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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1972.
TIMETABLE Or TltC 1LLIN0W C INTRA L R. -Oa
and after r.ndy, May Mm. Wl, follow
K uira-iaUe will goitn lh errltal and depart
nr of passiagsr Ualna t-'lro '
yirf-Mll train, dally... . p.oo a.m.
Etpreaa.daily........ 8.10 pm.
jrrfrtMaldaily 3:& a.m.
Expres - r ni-
(lalro and 81. tali la Hkorl Liar.
Amre...... ........ 3:45 p.m.
DpertM........................4-"..12?id ft. m
hochangejofcfrr from Cairo to St. Louis. Mo
change o'eaa trom Cairo to Chicago. KWrant
i.rarteg Room sleeping can on night trams.
Usggag cheeked In ftll important Dolntf.
CAIRO AND MOUND OITY
Wilt make throe trip dully.
LtlTIa CillO 1 LlaVIXaMOlXDCITI
M...iM..ftfn I At 8:3U..M jLtn
At ll............-.m. I At liso p m,
At 4'30. ....-p.m. At p.m.
rare each war. 90 cental 10 tlcketa for 12 fiO.
Will land, whsn hailed, at any good Intermediate
andmgtor passengers or freight. nor ltr,
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
Tb tplendid steamer
BEN. IIOWARI) Capt.
Laaua Cilro DAILY. (Bandar eieentedl. ftt 4
v. m . For trelghtor paasage apply on board or
jftsstr j as moos, Ag t
It. a BRIGUAM, M. D.,
TTOMEOPATIIIC Pluslcan and Suraeon. Of.
II flee 13d itommerciai avenue. Resilience on
Tenth atreet three doote went of C R. Woodward.
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE 0er M. J. McQaulej'a drug store
near corner Conmercial arenuo ami Elgh
teenth afreet. 3-Sltf
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
fJESIDENCK No. 21 Thirteenth afreet, be.
liiaraa nasinngton aenueeni walnut street,
UIBee Uncommercial avenue, up ataira.
V. W. DUNNING, M. D.
DE3IDKNCE-corner.Vmth and Walnut ata,
IJiOnVe coiner nuth street and Ohio levee.
OfBce houra from 6 a.m. to 12 m., and 9 p.m
II. WARDNER, M. D.
RESIDENCK Corner Mnettenth afreet and
Washington avenue, near court house. Of.
a cover the postofllce. Office hours 10 to 12
Our Home Advertisers.
FOR CONGRESS, i
Wo rc authorized 1o announce WILLIAM
UARTZEI.L, of Randolph county, ni a can
didate for Oongren from the Eighteenth Dis
trict, Mihjoct to tlio dr-cMon or the Demo
erotic nominating Convention. 7-Cld.
We arc authorized to Announce COL. 11.
lt.TOWNESa o candidate for Senator In
thl Senatorial district.
Wo Are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
11ARMAN an a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the miming election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Wc are authorized to Innounce II. W.
WEBB, ESQ., as a candidate for County At
torney, nt the viibulng November election.
Pakllentlea Me, Bnlletla llaUaa;,
THE BALTIMORE CONVENTION.
The roport circulated about town yestor
day afternoon that Greeley and Brown had
boon nominated by acclamation at Balti
more. This is only In accordance with
genoral expectation. The convention
was called to order by August Belmont,
chairman of tho national Democratic cen
tral committee, Ex-Senator Doollttlo was
made permanent president. To-morrow
wo will publish the proceedings of tho
mcmoroblo convention, in full.
We are authorised to announce HAMILTON
IRV1N aAcandidn'tertwilectiontothe ulllce
of Sheriff of Alexander couutr.
Mr. Vtanon. III., April 11, 187.
EJiter Cairo Bulttlin I
Hiaa 8ia Please to announce me at n candl.
dale for Clerk of tho Fupreme Court, Southern
Grand IJivlsl in ot lilltioir. Thenewconaiumion
prondta that the C'ktk ol the Supreme Court
ahall liereaflcr be elected at the .Norember elec
tion, Instead of the June election as l erelore.
The aucceaanr of tho present incumbenta are
to be elected this coming fall, but will not quulify
until the pretint terms expire in 1873.
It. A. 0. W1I.DANK9.
DR. D. A. l'AKKER FOR GREELEY
Eotroa Di'iLtTiK. Please ann3iir.ee ine an in.
dependent candldt.tc lor alegllator In tho lower
House ol llio Oencrnl Assembly ot tin HUte
As men in the days ol honest government had
to anncunce their (rinclpl.s or hobbr, as well as
themselves, and appear beloro their constituents
and defend them before they could get office, I
telleiethey aloulado so now, and will isy to
tho Totera of Jncksun, Union, and AlexanJcr
counties, without awaiting tho decision of Any
msn or parly, I am for Horace Oreeley for Presi
dent, and II. Orali Drown lor Vice President and
endorse the Cincinnati platform. I am for a free
scrub race and agulnst tbe primary system of
electing men to olllco. I am against the slock
law in thta county and foi tho repeal of the Onlo
liquor law. I am Jr.r the abolishment of the
grand Jury to Its lowest constitutional limits, and
the revision of the traverro Jury so that intelli
gent men shall not le disqualified to sit on it In
ensea of felony. I am for Iree trade, equal
taxation, equal representation, aud honest men
in office, even If I hate to be defeated to gat
them there. I)- A. I'isara. tf
WIIOlLStLI AMI HrriL PIIDCI IN
IW1ME8 ASP LIQUORS-
Peaciixs, of a small size, said to be ripe
liavo mada their appearance at tho iruit
Water melons from below are being
shipped north in considerable quantitiej
and are for sale In every grocery. Be
careful In using thorn.
Wk aro desired to state that there will
bo street preaching this evening by Rev.
D. B. Turney at Winter's block, to com
mence precisely at 7 p. in.
'SquniE Bross boing provented, by other
duties, from atteuding at the polico office
at his usual after dinner hour, from one to
two o'clock, wo wero unable to procure
the police report.
Last night tho Rov. Air. Fans and Rev.
Mr. "Wright preached on the corner of
Eighth street and commercial avenue.
To-night, tho Rov. E. B. Turnoy will
preach at tho samo place.
The old post-ofilco looks like tho "ghost
of a memory." If it is not soon occupied,
we muy tako the opportunity to "cast
up" n few reflections on its past glories,
and Its present forlorn appearance.
Circuit court was engaged all day in
trying the case of Wrn, II. Chllds vs. A.
N. Checnoy; attachment, and was still on
trial during the afternoon session. Alton
& Wheolor for plaintiffs ; Green and Gil
bert for defendants.
And proprietor of new and epcndld
No. 7r Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS
Kecim constantly on luiiul the choicest of 1
v me anai.iquora, which tie win hcu at tnc
very lowest ngures. iaii ami examine.
OIIOCEHIKK RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
AT U. 0. TIIIELEOKE'S STORE.
WARUIXOTON AVENUE, 1IETWEEK TENTII
AND ELEVENTH H1HEETH.
60 lbs. dry Cuba Sugar for - - - $& 00
10 " " " " ... l 00
CJ lbs. A coffun Sunnr, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
1 " Trlino Rio ColTco for - - 1 00
3J Choice " " - - 1 00
3 " Old Government Java - - t 00
Tea's and other stuplc nnd fancy Grocc-
rie equally as cheap.
Goods now, und full weight given. Call
Mr. Wright, editor of tho Vienna 'Art
cry,' called upon us yesterday, but we did
not have an opportunity of conversing
with him. Ho it in attendance on tbe
Sabbath school convention, and ho had jnst
time to assure us that Greeley and Brown,
are the popular cbolco in hit county, and
that Grantitm it dead and buried.
Thi attendance at the M. B. Sabbath
School convention on yesterday morning
was very thin, indeed, thero being only
about thirty pertont present. Wo wore
given to understand that about twenty
delegates have arrived. In tbe aftornoon
however, the interest seemed somewhat
to havo increased, but not to that extent
which tho occasion seemed to warrant.
In tho afternoon and evening, tho at
tendance was slightly Increased, sufficient
to mako up a pleasant, conversational
party. We understand, howovcr, that tho
printed programmo wai crrrled out. But
tho energy and teal generally attendant
upon tuch occasions was not vlsiblo to tho
We are apt to concludo that religious
excitement don't go up with tho mercury
in this latitude. Persons may think much,
reflect seriously, and render devout hom
age silently, and yet not feel Inclined to
participate publicly in acts nf religious
worship, just at this season. It might
havo boen better had our fellow christians
awaited a cooler if not u raoro convenient
season for their convention. It might,
too, have boen more successful had they
sought to unito their oxcrtions in this be
half with other churches and so havo ren
dered the convention a suro and marked
success, Isolation is not advisable in such
mattort, and tho broad platform of charity,
that most oxcellont of all christian virtues,
is wldo enough and broad enough to rim
brace tho wholo family of christian work
ers. On anothor occasion it were well to
bear in mind that " Union ie strength,"
The threatened rain has not yet do
tceuded, at anticipated. Heat continues
to run the mercury up so fast, that tbe
fastest runner in Cairo bat run up out of
sight to catch it ; up to date he has not
been heard from. Notwithstanding,
howover, tho breeze, occasioned by tbo
rivor drafts tempers tho rays of old Sol.
Mercury stood at 00s at 0 a. ni. in the
shade and 100 at noon in shade.
10EI ICE 1 1 TceTiT
From Wednesday May 1st, the ico
wagon will canvass tho city, to continuo
during tho summer months. Nono but
pure northern lake ce will bo delivered.
HuK, Loo mir, & Co.
llLANKENUURd AHEAD I Wines and Ci
gars 1 oldest and choicest, at tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite the Post Office.
Finest of Liquors, Free Lunches and mu
sic every duy. Tho great Liberal and
Dornocrat!c,Grutly & Brown drinko Weis
Beer, is mado a specialty, nnd Fredptidot
himself upon keeping tbe freshest and
coolest in tho cliy. Lemonades the cold
est, mixed drinks and music tho finest.
Go there. C27tf
'quips f) &
Dak. IIartman has received one of tbo
largest stocks of Fruit Jares over bofore
brought to Cairo, and is desirous of closing
it out without delay. lie therefore offers
Mason's Improved Porcelain self-sealers,
quarts at $2.00 per dozen; glasswire tops,
quarts, at $I.-J5 per dozen and half-gallons
at $2.00 por dozen. These are the cheapest
prices in tbo market. tf.
O. IlAUENeTINK, ARCHITECT. Thil
gentleman has established himself success
fully in bis business in this city. Ho last
year mudo tho plans and specifications ot
John Goeckol's, I'olur Nell's and II. My-
ors' buildings on Ohio Levee, und Fred
Theobold's handsome resldenno on cornor
Sixth und Walnut streets j and this year
made tbo plan of Peter Cubl's, Dr. Wurd
ner.s, John Koeblor't, Gilbert Butikmyor
and Smith's, and Lu Klub's buildings. Ho
alio superintended the erection of all theso
buildings, und poluts to them for proof of
his ability to do good work In his line. Ho
mado the plans and specifications ota pub
lio school building In Metropolis, and of
many other buildings here and elsowboro.
Ho asks the attention of tho public to his
works, and bclloves ho Is entitled to liberal
txx:ej ia rtto"tsrE'y . -
A an aloe of WsWhes. Clocks, Jawalry.afld
claeles Particular attention glrrn to ail
kl it of watch lepa rlnt. Th public are aoh
tail to call and 'orpara prices an i charges. H
aaetit 'or Karl Etromeimai.'a ttlehratdu wsiq l
AltlH wau tl.y are tqu.l to any. and
o this mtikti. irasabt
iuT KKaaanr uaaigu.
Fjiitz Sculler's leer saloon, on Wash
ington avenue, west side, betwoen Ninth
und Tenth streets, has become a favorite
pluco of resort. His Weiss beer is always
cool and fresh and quenches thirst with
magic quickness. The bar is also stocked
with tbe best brands of whisky and brandy
and his lino of nines Is splendid, FriU Is
it courteous and clever host, and deserves
liberal patronage. Call on him.
Excellent Weiss beer at tho Thalia.
It may be interesting to the Sabbath
school workers to know, from tbe statisti
cal reports of the Illinois State Sabbath
School Association, just issued, the number
of Sabbath .chooh In tho state, aro S, 431 :
number of schools organized during tbe
past year, 449 J mombnrs of schools, 380,
11a; teachers and officers, 50,002. In
creato of teachers and scholars over last re
Kverytuino In Cairo keeps cool except
the weathor. Tho ladles look cool, ele
gant and graceful, as they promcnadoj tho
men tako it coolly, and Imbibe cool drinkt.
Politics ar e cool and, indeed, thoro is no
other status for them, for politics have all
flopped over to tbe Greeloy tide, and
Grant enthusiasts don't number a baker't
dozen outsido of tbo colored ranks, and
numbers of these are wilted down, and
deys' a gwino 'long wld Parson Shores,
From a privato letter to a friend in this
city, dated Charleston, Mo., Wednesday,
0, a.m., we were sorry to learn that Mr
Whitocomb, so long joint proprietor of
tho Charleston 'Courier,' is nomoro. The
letter says: "Ho commenced sinking
about supper time last evening, and imme
diately becarao unconscious. All night
tho death strueglo showed itself plainly."
Since then ho has breathed his last.
His remains aro to bo interred at St. Louis,
according to his expressed desire.
Cases of small pox aro now being re
moved to the post-house, which is a very
proper unci judicious arrangement of tho
Board of Health. A colored man of tho
namo of Young, living on Tenth ttrect,
was hauled to that establishment yester
day morning. Medical raoh request us to
suy that all extra nents trom persons at
tacked by this pestilenco should bo in
stuntly removed and buried, as, if neglected
to be dono, strange as it may seem, tbo
germs of the disease are carried in the air,
and thus spread in an otborwlso unac
countable manner. Tho same applies to
typhoid, and other epldomic dircasoa.
Wo bellovo that Health officer Bummer
well is faithfully discharging his duty to
tho public, and bo descrvos tho good will
ef tho wholo community.
Evert day it indicative of a "good time
coming" for Cairo. Amongst other wel
come signs may bo noted tb fact that the
Kentucky and Tennessee railroad it an
aisured fact. Tbo contractors for the
portion opposite tho city have commenced
operations; and they havo adver
tised for all the choppers they can get at
fair wages. Tho Messrs. Harklessaro up
right men, as well as energetic, and will
push on their part of the work in good
Wo also notice that axo men aro wanted
on tho otbor side of Charleston, Mo., on
tho Cairo, Texas and Arkansas railroad.
Theso signs all go to give encouragement
to business men of tho right stamp to
corao among us, at como they must by the
very force of clrcumstanstancei, to help
build up, and participate in tbe growing
prosperity of Cairo.
THE ST- CHARLES.
On Tuesday evening, tho 0th instant,
we paid a visit to tho St. Charles ho
tel, and by the Invitation of tho polite
proprietor, F. D. Rcxford, Esq, Inspected
this desorvedly popular establishment
fiom collar to tho upper stories. Tbe out
side of tbe building, we need scarcely say,
has been much improved; for tho staring
red brick has been substituted with a soft
deep stone color paint, front, rear and
sides, which greatly enhances tho appoar
anco of this fine building. Insido, tho
office and reading rooms, and billiard
ball have boon entirely rennovated, and
presents to tbo tired traveler a promise of
comfort, cleanliness und rest, and anticipa
tion of otbor good things in prospective
The spacious and cool dining room has,
in liko manner, boon freshly painted and
fitted up in excellent taito; new Venetian
blinds, doublo folding, havo just boon
hung on the insido of all tbo windows.
It ts scarcely necessary to say mat mo
cuislno is of first-class quality, both in re
gard to tbe nuturo and variety of tho
viands served up, and tho exquisito man
ner in which they are cooked. The
waiters at the table know their
business, which is saying a good
deal, performing tbeir duties attentively,
yet without that prevalent obtrusivenets
to annoying to tensitivo guests.
Proceeding up ttairt, wo we-e shown
tbe family silting rooms, and weio sur
prised to find them elegantly furnished
with handsome furniture of modern style,
including finely toned pianos, and like tbe
sleeping rooms, next visited, spacious,
and what is of groat importance, tbor
oughly ventilated. Each bed if fitted
with a mosquito bar ; foot-baths aro to be
found, also, in each room, and nothing
seems wanting to invite to "tired nature's
tweet restorer balmy sleep." It is also
note-worthy that every hull Is furnished
with a good clock, Ico tank, and
one of Babcock's fire extinguishers,
ready charged for Instuntanoous
use (things not to be found in every hotel
by any means.)
Proceeding to tho kitchen, cellar, and
store-rooms, wo found in tho culinary de
partment, a double cookicg range,- of ca
pacity sufficient to supply tho utmoU de
mands that can be mado upon it, also u
fine bakery adjoining the kitchen; the
storerooms were fully up to tho murk, und
tbo capacious refrigerator is a small store.
room in itself. Tho wholo is scrupulously
clean, everything In its place;
neatness gave a touch of beauty
to tbo gastronouio preparations for our
host's numerous guests, and unmlstaka.
bio sigut of woman's presence and super
vision, an assurance that Indigestion
is not a ghostly visitant of that ilk, wait
ing to pounco.upon the digostive organs of
tho hungry traveller.
Mr. J. U. Clark is the head clerk, and
is amply qualified for tho station he holds)
and tho sumo may lu said of Ills assistant,
Mr. S. Levtcovitch, tho second clerk.
The proverbial hotel clerk is not fwuvc,
and generally feels too big by a few feet
but these gentlemen aro precisely the
reverie, and tho guest Immediately feels
at ease, on tho first salutation. The bur
room is furnished with such liquors as
might be expected in such an establish
ment. Tho barbor shop Is neatly fitted up and
fine cold and hot baths uwait, at a mo
ment's notice tho dust covered weary
Wo have not in tbo least exaggerated
in tbo above statements, and wo may add
that in Mr. Rexford will bo found an
obliging and polito landlord, who keeps in
every respect a first-class establishment,
and who, from bis high character, as woll
as from tho great exponse and pains he
has incurred to rendor tbo St. Charles
second to nono, thoroughly deservos the
patronugo of tho traveling public, and
Cairo may well bo proud of tho St,
DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION
The Liberal Republicans voters of tho
18 tbo Congressional District aro hero by
notified to meet en matte) at the Court
Uouso in tho city of Cairo July 23d at
4 p.m. for tho purpose 6f tiotntnnting a
candidate to bo voted fi-r ill tho Novombor
election, A. D. 1872. Every Liberal Re
publican prcicnt will bo entitled to a voto
Chairman Central Committee,
of tho 18 tho congressional district.
Tho Liberal Republicans of Union,
Jackson and Alexander cjuntlcs, com
prising tho 16th scnutornl district, aro re
quested to meet in mass convention at
tho court house, in tho city of Cairo, July
23d, at & o'clock p. in,, for tho purpoto of
nominating a candidate for stato senator
and candidates for the legislature, to be
voted for at the Nnvotnbcr election A. D.
1872. Every liborol republican present
will be entitled to a vote.
By ordor of district liberal republican
John Antrim, Chairman.
ST, LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
By moinberi of the society of Jesus,
and incorporated by an act of thostate legis
lature in 1832. It bus experienced unin
terrupted success, and continues to offer
tbe student ovcry facility for acquiring a
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL EDUCATION.
Every candidate not personally ac
quainted with tome member of tbo fac
ulty, must produce preper testimonials of
good moral character.
Bulletins aro sent three limes u year to
tbe parents or guardians of tho students,
to Inform them of thu conduct, tuultli mid
improvement of their sous or wards. An
experienced physician daily visits tho in
stitution, nnd thn grcn'.rrt cam and utttn
tion ur.i bru..: on thu -ick.
Board and tuition, per session, ten
The next session begins on SoptemberSd,
Payments mutt bo mado quarterly, or
semi-annually, in advance. Catalogues
containing instructions to parent', und
full particulars, will bo sent free on appli
Rev. J. G. Zealand, S. J.,
President St. Louis University, St.
THE SABBATH SCHOOL DISTRICT
The Sabbath School District Convention
met at Cairo, III.. July loth, at 8 o'clock,
a.m. Rov. Mr. Brownlco, of Villa Ridge,
conducted tho devotional exercises. Eld.
W.J. Grunt acted as temporary chair
man. On motion, C. V. Evert was elected
temporary secretary. Tho committee on
organization reported for permanent offi
ces. W. J. GRANT, Preildent.
A. Wright, Vice-President.
D. B. Turney, Secretary.
The roport was adopted, and tho per
sons thus suggested were duly elected.
The committee alio recomeuded tho fol
lowing standing committees: On Busi
ness Thomson, Brownlec, Mrs. Klnc.iid.
On Resolutions Brooks, Dennis, Camp
bell. On Music W. F. McKee, Mist
Tiny Bruner, Mrs. Thomson, 'Mist Mat
tlo Williamson. Carried. Reports be
ing in order, by motion tbe workers were
called for by charges. Mound City M. E.
S. S. banner icbool for conversions, Brook
lyn M.E, S. S. for memorizing verses.
Literary Mrs. F. G do Fontaine, has
written a book for mothers and children,
that promises to beuomo one of the most I
popular oducatlonal works of the day. It
is appropriately entitled "Wisdom Teeth
von Littlx People," and embodiet in
tho form of question and answer, just that
kind of Information with which littlo folks
should be supplied. It is not an easy mat
ter to present loarning in tugarcoated do
tes, but the authoress hat most happily
ovcrcomo this difficulty by preparing her
volume In a thape to attractivo that, like
Oliver Twist, tbo children will call for
"More I" Parents and primary echool
toachert will do woll to give tbo book an
examination. Published bo E. J. Hale Si
Son, New York, and sold at the bookstores
of W. B. Rockwell fc Co and H. A. Ban-non,
Steamer U. S Turner, Cincinnati.
' City ol Chester, St. Louis.
" Quickstep, Kvuiisvillu.
" O. B. Church, New Orleans.
" Hello Memphis, Memphis.
" City ot Cairo, Louisville.
" Lawrence, Cincinnati.
" Arlington, St. Louis.
" City ol Hulenu, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" West Wind, Puducab.
" H. C. Wilson, New Orleans.
" 11. Long, Mound City.
Steamer II. S. Turner, New Orleans.
" City of Chester, Memphis.
" Quickstep, Kvanaville.
" U. B. Church, Laid up.
Buliu Memphis, Si. Louis,
" City of Cuiro.
" Lawrence, Memphis.
" Arlington, Cincinnati.
' City of Helena, Vicasburg,
" Illinois, CoIiimioiis
" We.t Wind, Paducah.
' 11. O. Wilson, Now Albany.
" S. 11. Long.
Ilttl .MUDDY COAL.
Su'iimboMi supplied nt tiny time, both
day and niiit, ivith cither jump or chest
nut coal, in un quantity, and on usual
terms, at tbo yard ut Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contract! offered on fuvorublo
terms upon implication.
II. V. Olyphant,
D, A, Bokee, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15'-ly,
JlJOATS to leave to-day.
Tho elegant and fast City of Cairo is
tho boat leaving for Memphis, Vickaburg
and Now Orleans this evening on tbo
arrival of tho train Tho fino
packot Grand Tower is tho anchor
lino boat leaving at 6 p. in for Memphis
and all usual landings. Tho fast running
packet Idlewild leaves ut 8 p.m for Evans
ville and all points on tho Ohio river.
Tho West Wind (in pluco of tho Fisk)
is tho 4 p.m boat for Paducah.
Tho superior City of Vicktburg is tho re
gular packet for St. Louis and will leave
tbit evening at C o'clock.
CONDITION Or RIVERS.
During tho past 24 hours tho declino in
the Ohio, at thit point, was 0 inches.
There is about 12 feet on Bacon rock,
Tbo condition of the Ohio above hero re
mains tho same as last reported. At Cin
cinnati thoro is 71 feet in tho channel.
At Louisville tbero it but 4 Kot in tbo
channel. Cumberland river is still reced
ing, with less than 2 feet on tbo thouls.
Arkansas river It falling again, with 7
feetcbannel. At St. Louit, tbe Mlisisilppi
continues declining, and there it less than
nine foci in the channel.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
There was considerable business dono
on tho landings yesterday. Freights nro
still scarce and in demand,
Tho weathor wat vory hot, and duit It
in abundance in tho slroots; a good rain
The rtcatnor Tyrouo was told yesterday
by tho U. S. murthul and was bid in by
Cnpl. Thadens Davis of Nashville for thu
sum of six thousand and twetity-fivo dol
lars. There was it good attendance at tho
talc, but tho bidding was not brisk. Capt
Davis will pluco hr in her old trade, be
tween hero nnd Nashville, leaving horo on
her former day.
The Mary E. Forsyth will not bo ready
for business before two wcoks, and will
then run from here to Now Orleans.
Tho City of Cairo brought out a fair
toad, and tvanU tibout 300 ton4, which sho
will got by tlih nvenlng.
Tho C. B. Chrun brought up hut a
few tons of freight which she reiliippcd
on tho Arlington and ha sought tho bank
where sho wilt remain until butlnoss gets
better. Purl of her crow left for their
Tbo U.S. Turner wont down with a
summer trip nnd did not add any thing
hero. When freights become so scarce that
a boat of her slzo can not obtain a lond it
certainly looks liko "Fly timu" hud urrlv
cd. The Lawrencu added Do tons corn and
lefl for Memphis with a fair trip,
Tho Nick Longtvorth Is waiting for thn
bull of tho old liberate to como oil" tho
ways when alio will hu taken nut and all
tho needed repairs given hor.
Tho Arlington had i good trip of Iron
or,) and miscellaneous freight, and a "fulr
complement of passengrn.
Tho II. Clay Wilson brojglit up u tow
of empty Imrgc.
The steamer Iv-itio has boon saved from
tho cruel clutche of tin; marshal, und
will coniinent'o running in hor old trado
STE A M BOAT BUTCJ1 E II ,
Vlty National Hank niilltlliiar.
.Hpeclal attention pAld toorderi from Menu
tints nluht ordar
PAUL G. SCBUH'S Pre
scrintion Druiz Btoro is open
day and night. All prescnp-
tions carefully and neatly fill
ed with dispatch. The largest
and finest selections of. Toilet
Articles, Vaaes and sundry
Fancy Goods of all descrip
tions just received and sold by
polite and attentivo clerks at
tho lowest figures. Satisfy
yourself by a call. 6-231m
Go to Wm. Ehler'ti, on Twentieth
street, for your fino cuitom mado boots
and shops. You can't do better. Try
Burnetl's Steam Cooking Vesiel '.s war
ranted to cook quicker and bettor than
any vessel in use, for rale nt A. Hullev's
Those wishing to have their pianos
tiintd by a competent tuner will leave
their orders with Mr. N P. Curlitu, corner
of Washington avc.iuo and Fourteenth
stroet, (who Intends to tend for Bulmcr
and Weber's tuner, St. Louis), or at Rock
well & Co's., boo'k store. 7-6 6t.
It Is impotiiblo to cook poorly in Bur
nett's Steam Cooking Vessel. It is worth
doublo thu prico asked for it, for putting
up fruit. For sail at A. Hallcy'i, dealer
in stoves and tinware. C-201m
Caution. Every genuine Imx ot Dr.
McLean's Liver Pills hears tho aignature
of Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., and
their private U. S. stamp. "Tako no
other." The market Is full of imitations.
It is tbo popular verdict that people who
have been accustomed to tbe use of Bitters
and Cordials are obllgod. eventually, to re
sort to McLean's Liver Pills for permanent
Castoria Is u scientific vegetable prep
aration; a perfect substitute for and more
effective than Castor Oil, and is pleasant
to take. It cleanses the system in a most
remarkable, manner; doei notdistres or
gripe, but operates wben all other reme
dies havo failed. It Is certain to super
cede Pills, Castor Oil, Narcotic Syrups nnd
all other Purgativo and exciting medicines.
The Castoria contains neither Minerals,
Morphlno nor Alcohol. By Its emoliunt,
soothing effect, it assimilates tho food und
produce! natural sleep, particularly adapt
ing it to crying and teething children.
It cures Stomach Ache, Wind Colic, Con
stipation, Flatulency, Croup und kills
Worms. Muko your drugglit lend for it;
ho will always keep it, us every family
must have It. It costsbut thirty II vo cents
a bottle. 0-28wl.
Louis Blatau'h nuloon deserves tho
popularity in to which It has grown. It lias
been very handsomely fitted up, nnd is so
comfortablo that it is a pleasuro to while
away a spare hour llieru, Tho bar is
supplied with all kinds of fino liquor nnd
wines, and with tho best of Fresh Lugor
Beer, und Weiss Bear that In dolinlousuius
cannot be excelled. A lunch, frco to
patrons, is spread everyday, and tin tirticlo
of Swoitzor Cheese, tho best In tho market,
is always on hand. Mr. Blautatt invites
tho public to give him a call, on Eighth
street, botwojn Commercial uvanuo und
Ohio Lovco, opposite tho Perry House, in
7-2. d tf;
Wm. Eichopp has puchusod tho estab
lishment of Kichoff Brothers, in Cairo,
and now proposes to prosocuto tbo furni
turo manufacturing business with now
vigor, und pledges hlmsolf to soli furniture
of every description, cheaper than ovor be
fore. Try him. 0-25tf
Go to tho Thalia for tho b.t Welst
boor In town. 6-2ldtf
the little kentuokian,
No. 63 Ohio levee, It the place whoro
tbey keep tbe freshest fish and gamo, and
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found In tho city. Dinner only twonty
fivo cents. Open day and night, ut nil
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
Agents wanted in ereiy City, Town and Cnun
ty, tor the (Jorham Linen, Hook and Card
barker. No risk. Oua tnaraa Icr a whol itr
iy. Address A. U, KlUiUBi.lsO.N, Mi Wat
twin -ltri, -J.il n i i, -n todl ni
W. M. Williams, Ja. Kinsley,
l.ate of Vleksburg, Mim. Late ol Cln'll, '
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Sl'ECIALItAlMlOAl), STEAMBOAT AND
ronWAHDI.NO AND COMMISSION
OS, OHIO LEVEE,
HKNltY II. METER,
PRACTICALfclGN A DECORATIVE
V A I N T E R .
OIlAlNINfJ and MAltllMNO of eiery decrip Hon
In erery style, Plain, burnished and Ornamental.
Particular attention i-al llo
OLASJ OILD1NO, ETC, ETC.
Orders solicited for Hcnryln OIL or WlTEft
i;uia;i, rrasconi'i nani-r rainimg, anu,
work wairntd .atisfaetory.
GLASS 8 110 IV -AKUS nf all description., Glided,
Plain and Ornamental,
All work trus'. rt to tn cere will t promptly
atten-fod to Pnea moderate. P itlcular at
ttntlonto rr.flo wmk. hhoi. In tne Peri hou 1
In 'Hi tnss'a old stand, corner inmutrclal ate
line and Eighth St., Cairo, III. 7-ltf.
BEERWART, 0RTH & CO.
18'T Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TIN WA KE, HOLLOW
W A T V, It COOLERS,
fcr Window &cren,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
Ac, Ac, ic.
CRADLES, Ac, &c.
Also manulwtiirera of .
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & CorrER Ware
tola Agents for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Unic's Moveahle Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
PCANTLIN Jt COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS.
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a siir'cure lor stroking chlmnICa
t.'has. fchot'umc)er. vVsn. bchivk
CIIAS. SIIOENMEYER & CO.
Alt ordeis promptly attended to.
NORTHWEST CORNER OP WASHINGTON AY
KNUE AND TENTH T,
P. O. Prawer 129.1. lanOtf,
rPL JlfJ SJStU iwM MINVISI
For Sale at Wholesale C RU
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