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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, PRtDAY, jtiLY 12, 1872.
TIMETABLE Of THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
On and after Sunday, : 1671, th follow
Bt time-table will govern the arrival ud depart
ure of peasmirer tralna at Cairo I
X)uirf-Mll train, dally-......
Kxprees... ....... 3.45 p.m.
Cairo and St. Louis Short Llae.
Arrive... ..... ...3M5 p.m.
Depart 130 a.m.-
Nocheogeof crrr fromCairo to St. Louis. No
cbanjrt ofoara trom Cairo to ChlcaRO. Klcfant
lirtwtog Room sleeping cart on night trams.
HsucaRe checked to all important tw.lnl.
......... 11:00 a.m.
... 3:46 a.m.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trip daily.
, i a.m.
At 1:30 j. in
At 1:30 p ru
At 6 M......M...MMp.m.
v. n . I -1. . - n M
! PKCIl WHY . (Hi LBHH . IV I IUI
Will land, when hailed, at any good intermediate
andtnglor passengers or freight. nov ltf,
The splendid iteamer
Bex. Howard Capt.
I.eaeii Olro DAILY, (Sdnday excepted), at 4
a.ra. For Irelghtor psa.sge app lr oni board or
janStf J A3 BIGGS, Afi I.
K. & BRIGIIAM, M. D.,
HOMEOPATHIC Physician and Surgeon. Of
fice 13fi Commercial arentie. Residence on
Tenth Mreet thrce.doors we.t ofC II. Woodward.
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
AFFICE Over M. J. McGaulej's drug store,
j near corner commercial avenue ana r.ign
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
IESIDESCK Nn. 21 Thirteenth street, be.
i Iweea Washington avenue and Walnut street,
ufflce 120otnmerclal avenue, up talr,s.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
"OESIDESCE cornerNinth and Walnut eta,
XVOfhce corner sixth street and Ohio leree.
Office hours from 6 a.m. to 12 m and p.m
II. WARDNER, M. D.
I) EVIDENCE Corner Nineteenth street and
JlV Wahinjrton avenue, near court house.
r. ttover the postofnce.
Office hours 10 to 12
Our Home Advertisers.
P. G. Schuli
Wo nro authorized to minotmce WILLIAM
UARTZELL, of Randolph county, as n can
dldatc for Congress from the Eighteenth DU
Irlct, subject to the decision of the Demo
cratic nominating Convention. i-fltd.
AVc arc authorized to nnnounec COL. R.
R. TOWNES a a candidate for Senator In
this Senatorial district.
We arc authorized to announce JOHN Q.
II ARM AN at a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
W'c are authorized to lnnounce II. W.
AVEBB, ESO.., as a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We are suthorlied to announce HAMILTON
JRVlN as a candidate lonctlection to the ottico
of Shcritf of Alexnudcr countr.
Mr. Vnvos, Iil., April 11,1872.
Eilior Cain Bulletin!
Dear 8ia Please to announce me as a candi
date for Cleric of tlio Supreme Court, Bontliern
Grand Mvlsl m ol Illinois. Thenew constitution
provides that the Clctks ol tlio Hiipreme Court
shall hereafter be elected at the November elec
tion, instead of the June election as hcrelore.
The successor of the present incumbents are
to be elected this coming fall, but will not qualify
until the present terms expire in 1873.
It. A. V. W1LBANK9.
DR. D. A. PARKER FOR GREELEY
Eniroa ItiLLtris. Please announce me sn Ill
dependent candidate tor a legislator In tlio lower
House ol tho Genera! Assembly ol tin State
As men in the days ol honest government had
to announce their (.rinclplt s or hobby, as well as
thcmselyes, and appear belore their constituents
and defend them before they could get office, I
believe they sloulddo so now, and will ay to
the voters of Jackson, Union, and Alexander
counties, without awaiting the decision of any
man or parly, I am for Horace Oreeley for Presi
dent, ami II. Orntz lirown for Vice President and
endorse the Cincinnati platform. I am for a Iree
scrub race and against the primary system of
electing men to office. I am against the. stock
law In this county and for the repeal of the Ohio
liquor law. I am lor the abolishment of the
grand Jury to its lowest constitutional limits, and
tho revision of the trsverse Jury so that Intelli-
gent men shall not be disqualified to sit on it in
cases of felony. I am for Iree trade, fqual
taxation, equal representation, and honest men
In office, even if I hate to be defeated to get
them there. D- A. Paana. tf
Pnfclleaiioa ttfle. atallatia BtUlstiss,
continued mom first paoe.J
which resulted : Yobs, 662 ; nays, 70. At
tho closo of tho call, when Dolaware voted
no, thero wore loud hlttoi.
Tho chairman appealed to tho conven
tion to treat with respect tho vote of any
and every state. A delegato said the dis
turbances wore in tho galloriei.
Uoforo tho voto was announced, permis
sion was asked by tho chairman of the
Alabama delegation to make an explana
tion and chango its vote. Objection be
ing mado, the chairman ruled that while
Alabama had a right to change her voto,
sho could not explain. Subsequently,
unanimous consent being accorded, Gov
ernor Shorter, of Alabama, took two min
utes to explain that thero were in tho
pending resolutions somo statomonts
which somo of his delegation
could not indorse, without explanation.
Having said this, he changed Alabama's
voto from Vi oves and 8 noe., to 20 aays.
Tho following is tho vote on tho adop
tion of tho report of tho commltteo on
Stales. Yes. Nay.
Delewaro C C
Florida 0 5
Georgia 3 19
Mississippi 7 0
Missouri "28 S
Nevada -. 6
New Hampshire 10
NewJersof 0 V
Now York 70
North Carolina , 20
Pennsylvania 64 7
Rhode Island 6
South Curullna H
Virginia .22 2
West Virginia 8
Fbil Saup has gone East to purchase
goods for his confectionery.
Till general plo nic commltteo aro here
by notified to meet at tho usual time and
place, to settto up the plc-nic bnslness.
Groceries, low down, for cash, nt T.
W. Carrleo's now store, No. 140 Washing
ton avenue. 7-12 lwd
In consequence of the room occupied in
to-day's paper, by the details of the Na
tional Convention held at Baltimore, a
number of locals are crowded out.
KVrAllLI.MIEO IX 139.
"Qv members of the Society of Jesus, and
I imcorporaicq ny an act oi tnc state
Legislature in lS3i. it lias experienced unin
terrupted succcs-, and continues to offer the
htudcnt evcrj" facility for acquiring a thor
ough CLASSICAL AND COMMKHCIAI. EDUCATION.
Every candidate for uduiN-tou not person
allv acnualntcd with i-oinc one of the Fac
ulty mut produce proper testimonials of
good moral character.
Bulletin, arc cent three times a year to the
parents or guardians of the ttuduuts, to In
lorm them of the conOuct, health and
Improvement of their sons or wards. An
experienced nhvsiclan datlv visits the lnstl-
union, and the greatest care and attention
are bestowed on tnc McK.
Board and tuition, pcrtesnlon, ten months,
The next fees-Ion begins September Ud,
10 1 1.
l'aynienth must tie made quarterly, or
i-enil-unnu.iUy, in advance. Catalogues con
taining instructions in parents, unu iuu par
llcuiurs, win tie sciu iree on application lo
ltr.v. J. C. Zealand. S. J..
President St. Louis University. St. Louis,
THE HSrZEW SYSTEM.
OHOUniUKI KKTAILKU AT WHOLESALE
AT H. C. THIELECKE'S STORE.
WA8H1NQTON AVENUE, IIETWEES
AND ELEVENTII STREETS.
00 lb), dry Cuba Sugar for -
10 (' ii ii ii
OJ lbs. A cotleo Sutjar, N. Y. Std.
1 " Prime Rio Cotteo for - -3
" Choice " "
3 " Old Government Java -
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
rios equally us cheap.
Goods new, and full weight givon. Call
- LOCAL NOTICES.
ICEI ICE 1 1 ICEM I
From Wodncsday May 1st, tho leo
wagon will canvass tho city, to ccntlnuo
during tho summer months. Nono but
pure northern lake co will bo dclivored,
Husk, Loo mis, & Co.
Dan. Haktman has received ono of tho
large.it stocks of Fruit Jaros ever beforo
brought to Cairo, and is desirous of closing
it out without dolay. Ho therefore oilers
Mason's Improved Porcelain sclf-scalors,
quarts al $2.00 per dozen; glasswiro tops,
quarts, at $1.25 por dozen and hnlf-gallons
at $2.00 por dozon. These aro tho cheapest
prices In tho markot. tf.
0. IlAUENbTINK, ARCHITECT. This
gentleman has established hltnsolf success
fully in his business in this city. Ho last
year made the plans and specifications oi
John Goeckel's, Potor Noll's and H. My
ers' buildings on Ohio Leveo, and Fred
fhcobold's handsome residenco on corner
Htxth ttud Walnut streets; and this year
made the plan of Peter Cuhl's, Dr. Ward
ncr.i, John Koohlor's, Gilbert Runkmyor
and Smith's, and Lu Kleb's buildings. Ho
also superintended the erection of all theso
buildings, and points to them for proof of
his ability to do good work in his lino. Ho
rnudo the plans and specifications ot a pub
lie school building In Metropolis, and of
many other buildings here and oltuwhoro.
Ho asks tho attention of the public to his
works, and believes he istntil'ed to liberal
patronage. 7-3 lm
TIME T.a MOKEY.-M
A Bo stock of WaUhtt, Docks, Jewelry, and
DMoUcles. Particular attention given to
IdnM of watch repairing. The public are aoli
MM for Karl Elmroormso's ceUbrautd wstci:
As A aaUdi they arc aqusl to any, aod
'!T" o this Aiarkat. K,.s.ot
o)ty frouiaoy dsslju, t-i
Onvemor Hoffman, of New York, pre
sented a petition of 16,600 Germans of
tho city oi XI ew lorK, wnicu was reau uj
tho secrelay. it recotnmenas sae uoiui-
nation of Greeley ana urown, anu ex
presses a ballet that thoy 7ill receive the
hearty support of the Germans, regard
less of past party affiliation, as the best
nomination that can be made.
M r. Rav. of Indiana, offered a resolu
tion to proceed to vote by states for candi
dates lor president ana vice-prcsiueiit.
Mr. Cox. of New Y'ork. offered an
amendment, providing that on the calling
of each stale, its chairman shall say how
his delegation voted, una nis siaiemeni
alone shall be taken.
The amendment was accepted, and tho
resolution adopted viva voce.
Mr. hnowhoolc. ol Illinois, presemeu
tho name of Horace Greeley as tho demo
cratic candidate for president. i'nnu
TUK FIRST BALLOT.
As the first roll was called for the first
ballot on tho presidential nominations,
each voto for Greeley was received with
cheers. The full ballot resulted, Greeley
G8C; Jas. A. Bayard, 15; J.S.lilack, 21
Grojsbeck. 22. (Wild cheers and music:
" The Rattle Crv of Freedom " followed
as tho votes of the states was cast for
NEW YORK CLAIMINO THE HONORS
When Governor Hoffman rojo to cast
the voto of Now Y'ork her delegation was
greeted with threo cheers. Urder neing
restored, ilonman dispution -Missouri .
promise to glvo Greeley the largest
majority oi any state. uu now sum
majority would, ho said, be larger than
Missouri's total vote. He also expressed
his regrets that these had been any dlvis
Ion of tho votes.
Ho knew those who did not volo for
Horace Grcolev wore acting conscientious
1 v. but ho desired to appeal to them. New
Y'ork is a Democratic State. It had moro
than four hundred thousand Democrat!
votes, and theso wero ready to sacrifice
nersonal preference and prejudices on th
altar of tho country. Ho hopod their
brcthron would do tho same great act.
After tho chair had announced tho result
of tho ballot. Mr. Wallace, ofl'ennsylvn
nla. took tho nlatiorm and was received
with cheers. He said, in obedionco to the
decision of public politics, his Stato and
their delegation had cast part of their voto
ac anst tho ceniioruan, who, uy me use
and customs of the Democratic party,
now its nominee for the President. Th
would vield to this dccUion and accept
thn result which tho crcat hiifh court ot
- . . .
anneal of the party had decreed, in con
elusion, by tho instructions of his dologat
Ion, ho moved mitt mo nomination
mado unanimous, i w uu cneors.j
Ir thero are any more unpaid claim,
against tho Firemen's plc-nic commltteo
thoy should be prcsontod without delay to
Albert Susanka for payment, as the com
mittee desire to selllo up in full. 12-2t.
An apology is duo Mr. Wright, of tho
Vienna 1 Artery', nnothcr gentlemen hav
ing been mistaken for him. Our friend I
a Grant man ; but it will come nil right
next November, when thoro will bo none
but Greeley mon.
Til e only pollco Item yesterday, in Squire
Shanncsy's court was the casoof Emma
Floyd, (colored), who kicked up a tantrum
valued at $2, which, with tho cost of po.
lito attendance, amounted to $0 lo. Em
ma planked with tho air of a duchess.
Services were held at Winter's block
last night and night bofore, at which there
was a fair attendance Tho ladies sung
sweetly, prayers wero offered, followed by
preaching. Tho speakers on Wodncsday
night wero Mr. Wright, of Vienna, and
Mrs. .Campbell. Wo did not. learn tho
names of those who spoke last night, but
tho addrcssos woro fervent. What effect
was produced is hard to tell.
About threo o'clock yesterday after
noon, a sharp tbundorstorm broko over
the city. ;A terrific peal startled The
Bulletin hands out of proprioty, and il
was surmised immedtately,that some build
ing adjacent had been struck by the elec
tric fluid, whioh proved to bo the case.
Immediately opposite the west sidu of the
office and about 260 feet from it, on Wal
tint street, stands a high dwelling houso,
occupied by Mr. Garner and family. The
lightning struck the chimney and toro the
top off, and also toro off the weather-board
ing from tho gable, and portions of it all
tho way down tho same end of tbo house-
Mrs. Garner, who was sitting in tho front
part of the house sewing, was knocked
down by tho stroke, but we are glad to say(
received no further injury, iho rain was
welcome and the almosphero Is much
DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION
The Liberal Republicans votors of tho
18 theCongresslonal District aro hero by
notified to meet (en mat$t) at the Court
House in the city of Cairo July 23d at
4 p.m. for tho purpose of nominating a
candldato to bo voted for nt tlio November
election, A. I). 1872. Every Liberal Re
publican prctent will bo entitled to a voto
N. L. WlCKWlRE.
Chairman Central Committee,
of the 18 tho congressional district,
Tho Liberal Republicans of Union,
Jackson and Alexander cjuntlcs, com
prising the 15th scnatoral district, are re
qucstotd to meet in mass convention at
tho court house, in tho city of Cairo, July
23d, ut fi o'clock p. m., for the purpose of
nominating a candldato for stato senator
and candidates for tho legislature, to bu
voted for at the November election A. 1).
1872. Evory liberal republican present
will be entitled to a vote.
By order of district liberal republican
tf. John Antrim, Chairman.
Fred. Blamkinbkro has engaged a
new pianist, an accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from tho old coun
try. Ho Is a very flno porformcr and
Fred's Is a fine instrument; consequently,
tho music of tho Excolslor, Ilko its liquors
and cigars, Is not excelled In the west.
Go and listen to Uio music and try some of
Fred's cool Wolss boor. 6-23 tf
Have it Always at Hand. Accident
will happen in tho best regulated families,
and for this reason among many others,
tho Mustanu Liniment should find n
placo in tho cupboard of every housohold.
ti all the world there nothing cumpara-
blo to it as nn application for cuts, con
tusions, burns, spasms and scalds, and
when overy other preparation that med
ical ingenuity can suggest, has failed lo
afford relief in rheumatism, neuralgia,
sore throat, glandular swellings, tnu-ciilar
on tractions crninp!, tootliuche, .vc, this
antinllammatory and pain-destroying ngo
mmediately assuages tho sufferer's
agony and eventually accomplishes a radi
cal cure. Probably thoro Is not a connolsetir
n hone fiih or an niii.ttctir horotiiaii in
the hind who dm 3 ii'it know, cither from
personal observation r reports that tho
Mustang Liniment Is the supreme rem
edy for all external dUeuies and injuries of
the horse. 7-10dVwlveod.
Fritz Schkler'h beer saloon, on Wash
Ington avenue, west side, between Ninth
and Tenth streets, has become a favorite
placo of resort. Hit Weiss beer is always
cool and fresh and quenches thirst with
magic quickness. Tho bar Is also stocked
with tho best brands of whisky and brandy
and his line of wines is splendid. Fritz is
a courteous and clever host, and deserves
liberal patronage. Call on him.
Excellent Weiss beer at the Thalia.
Tho Arlington Gardoti, n delightful
place of resort, is now ready for visitors.
Tents have been spread on tho green
ward, a high, closo fence surrounds tho
garden, and ladies and gentlemen may
enloy the finest of Icq cream and the cool
est of lemonado, free from the public gazo.
T. B. Ellis, Prop'r.
Tho " Uatllo Cry of Frcodom "
iiL'ain nlavcd bv tho band, and was fol
lowed bv "Hail to the Chlof." When
tho muslo ended, a scene was lowcrod at
the end of tho stage, presenting a view of
tho While uouso. (iremenoous ap.
Ordor bointr restored, tho motion of M
Wallace that tho nomination bo made
unanimous, was put and carried tun Id on
thuslastlc choorinc ono or two dlssonts
Tho roll of states was thon called fo
the nomination of a vice-president, which
resulted on tho first ballot lu 713 votes for
Brown, 0, for Stovenson, of Kontuoky,
and 13 blanks.
Tho nomination for vlco-prosidcnt, on
motion ot Mr. Chalmers, of Mississippi,
was alio unanimous.
Mr. Buck, of Wisconsin, thon moved a
resolution appointing a committee of ono
from each state, to bo namod by tho re
spective delegations, lu apprise tho candi
dates of their nominations.
Mr. Payne, of Ohio, moved to amend
by adding the president of tho conven
tion, which was agreed to.
HONORING NEW YORK AND MISSOURI.
On motion of jut. iieaion, oi unio. a
resolution was adopted, that on adloun
a . i r. , A . . i ,i ...i. u ...... i
ment, tuo cunvcuuuii wuum. snu iuuhv,
escort the New York and Missouri dsls-
gates to tboir quarters.
At 1:80 the convention adjourned.
CAIRO FURNITURE ANU MATTRESS
It is a matter of pride and satisfaction
to nil interested in the growth of the city,
that this extensive establishment, so prom
inent an object amongst our city's im
provements, has, for some short time past,
resumed operations with renewed vigor,
under the propriertorship of Mr. William
Elcbhoff, our enterprising fellow-townsman.
" Encourage humo manufactures' is the
text from which " The Bulletin" has
held forth many energetic appeals, which
have been attended with good effect ; and
now, once more it calls upon Calroltes to
act to tho fullest extent upon this injunc
tlon ; not only on them, but Jikewlso upon
neighboring towns and our country com
ins, as well as upon Southern dcalors, to
examine tho work done and the price at
which it ii done at this fine factory, beforo
In order to make as widely known as
possible, tho character and capacity of the
Cairo Furniture and Mattress factor-, we
visited tho establishment yesterday, and
now propose to lay some of tho particulars
so obtained before our numerous readers
In the first place, then, let it be under
stood, that Mr. Wrn. Eichhoff, sole proprl
etor, is n first-class artisan, employing In
tho various branches of nis business none
but skilled mechanics, scarcely second to
himself; the work turned out by them af
fords ample proof of this statotnent.
There Is not, probably, it factory this sido
of Now York, capable of turning out a
larger quantity of work of such superb
finish, than the one under consideration
In tho largest and beet supplied ware
rooms of St. Louis and Chicago can bo
found no epocimens of more elegant furni
turc, and at prices which defy competition
In tho .artlclo of bedsteads, for Instance,
you can purchaso a well mado, nicely fin
ished one, for tho small snin of $3; th.
noxt grado are $3 75 ; wo woro shown oth
ers ranging from $26 to 36 ; tho latte
being French bedsteads, of black walnut
solid pannelled, with top scroll, and of so
high a polish that a city hello could per
form her toilette tnorcat. There was ono
of old English style, mado to order for Mr
Lofflln, unlquo but vory handsome. Bu
rcaus, quarter, half, and whollymarblotops,
of modoru style, somo of 'them of Mr. E's
design, delight tho eyo, chairs from tho
substantial kitchen chair, to tho tasteful
boudoir and drawing room chair tables,
toilet stands, wash-stands, clothos-prcssos,
safos, in tact everything suited to the
needs and demands of tho small house
holder, as well as all that tbo millionaire
of fastidious tastos can possibly requlro
sro hets obtainable. Only two days ago,
Mr. E. roceivod a largo ordor from tho
South. Last wintor ho shlppod six thous
and bedsteads down river, and still theygo,
Tho factory is supplied with tho tatost
improvod machlncrp. Tho prosent insuffi
cient steam powor, is to bo soon roplaccd
byabouutifulcnglno of fifty horso power.
Mr. E. is well known to bo an upright
prompt, bnsiness man, and pays personal
attontlon to each departmont of his oxton
We noticed, a largo nu rubor of mattross-
es; this orancn oi tno business is to bo ex
tended on a largo scale.
We cannot bettor concludo this well de
served notice, than by rocommonding In-
lending purchasers of furniture, whelhor
rosiuenis oi nouinorn iiunoins or oi river
ports, to come and soo for themselves ; and
then, instead of sending off to St. Louis,
Chicago, or Canada for furniture an un
economical act of folly they will leave
their greenbacks at this first-class indus
trial institution, and let them circulato at
home. If retail dealers were to do the
same thing their patronago woud be large
The Bulletin job printing Is better
and cheaper than that of nny office in
tho stato of Illinois. We mean what wo
say. Como and sco us I
Best Weiss beer nt the Timlin. 6-21td
TO HOUSE BUILDERS.
Tho building of a two-story framo build-
ng In Dongola, Union county, Illinois,
will bo let lo tho lowest bidder on Satur
day, July 1.1, 1872, botwocn tho hours o
two and four o'clock. All bids must bo
soiled, and security will bo required on
tho day of letting tho contract, for tho
faithful nnd prompt performance of said
work. Plans and specifications can bo
seen nt tho station homo In Dongola. For
further particulars call on or address J
1). Benton, clerk of tho hoard.
H. HANNES, President,
J. I). Benton, Clerk.
Dongola, Juno 28, 1872.
Heavy Ring, glass Fruit Jnrs, (tin top)
quarts $1.25 nnd half gallons, $2 per doz.
Gunulno "Mason Improved," Fruit Jars,
(glass top, self scalers,) quarts $2, Hnd half
gallons 3 pur dozen. Best W. G. (Iron-
tono china) plates and teas, GO cents per
set. I-mo goblets, only 10 cents npicco.
Other goods in proportion, nt
I'ar-wjnh, Davis A: Co.'s,
lS-tf f. and 7 T.-iith street.
-Wm. Ehlcrs, at his shop on Twentieth
street, opposite tho Court House hotel, is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of overy
style and variety, warranted to give por-
fect satisfaction. He keeps genuine i rench
calf and gives his customers nil he promi
J. J. Anderson & Co., gas fitters, CI
Ohio Love;, over Lonorgan & Cuouiug
hams, feed store, do all kinds of steam anp
gas fitting cheaper than tbo cheapest, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction in every in
stance. If they do not please they will
not charge. Glvo them a trial. Thoy
know their business perfectly. Remember
he placo CI, Ohio Levee. 0-31
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho satnplu room
has received the appointment of agenl for
the sale of tho nammondsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wino Company's wines in this city.
If tho bottle with which w have been
favored is u sample of tbo quality of these
wines, then wo aro prepared to say that
thoy are among the best we have ever
tasted, no has just received a large con
signment, which he is prepared to sell at
tho lowest figures. He has also on hand a
large and complete stock of tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wine of overy variety.
Weiss beer constantly on hand at tho
Thalia saloon. S-2ldtf
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th strcot
and Commercial avenuo, Cairo, Ills.,
prepared to accommodate the public with
board by the day, week or month, nt lower
rules, th tin any other first-class houso in
the city. Tho rooms aro all well fur
nished, light and airy, good samplo room
for tho accommodation of Commorciul
agents. Tho houso is located in tho ecu
terof tho business part of tho y within
ono squaro of tho post office. 4-9-tf
Having refurnished this woll known
and popular ho'trdiug houe, on Sixth
street, near thi poit office, tin! proprlo
tre. would inform tho public that sho
is prrp.irod t.i acconitnodatu thu public
with llrt-ela hoard and well furnished
well ventilated rooms on tint tmi't reason
able lermt. Ample preparations havo
boon mado to iieeumniiidato nn unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronago so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Gaffnby.
Blankeniiurg ahead I Wines and CI
gars I oldest and choicest, at tbo EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite tho Post Office
Finest of Liquors, Frco Lunches and mu
sic overy day. Tho groat Liberal and
Domocratic,GrecVy & Brown drlnko Weis
Beer, is mado a specialty, nnd Fredpridcs
himself upon keeping the freshest and
coolest in tlio ctly. Lomonadcs tho cold
est, mixed drinks nnd music tho finest
Go thoro. 0-27tf
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vcsl saves
nearly half thu fuel nnd l" per cent
uuight which is loit in cooking iho old
wa. Sold by A. Hnlluy 0-201 m
Wo havo a irood supply of Burnett's
Steam Cooking esutH Cull and see
them. A. Hai.i.ey
Clljr XnllonM llsnk ItulIilliiK.
a.'-peclal attention paid to orders Irotn Meati
boats nlht or day
Go to Wm. Ehler's, on Twentieth
street, for your flno custom mado boots
and shoes. You can't do betlor. Try
PAUL Gk SOHUH'S Pre
soription Drug Store is open
day and night. All prescrip
tions carefully and neatly fill
ed with dispatch. The largest
and finest selections of Toilet
Articles, Vases and sundry
Fancy Goods of all descrip
tions just received and sold by
polite and nttentivo clerks at
tho lowest figures. Satisfy
yourself by a call. G-231m
W. M. Williams, Jas. Kinsley,
Ijite of VlcUsburp, Miss. Lata ot Uin'tl, '
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Sl'KI.'l.M. RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
nUlWAniMNO AM) COMMI8HION
65, OHIO LEVEE,
I1KNRV II. MKVKR,
PRACTICAL.SION & DECORATIVE
1 A I N T K R .
(tltAlNINd and MAHULlMi of every descr iptluu
In every style, Hain, IlurnUhed and Ornamental-
Particular attention paid to
GLASS GILDING, ETC, ETC.
Ordsrs solicited for Bcrnery In OIL or WAT Ml
COLOKH, Krescnsnd llanusr I'aintlnK. and)
work warrants-l satisfactory.
GLASS SHOWCARKSof all descriptions, fJildfd,
Plain and Ornamental, v
All work trusted to my care will be promptly
attended to. Piles moderate, t'srticular at
l.nllon lo trade work. Bhop In the 1'eny hou
in Thomas's old stand, corner Wnimerclsl are
nu and Eighth sl Cairo, III. 7-llf.
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vessel U war
ranted to cook quicker and better than
any vessel In use, for sale at A. II alley's
Tuo-K wishing to have their pianos
tuned by n competent tuner will leave
their orders ns lib Mr. N P. Curtico, corner
of AVashlngton nyc.iuo and Fourteenth
street, (who intends to send for Balmer
and Weber's tuner, St. Louis), or at Rock
well fc Co's., book store. 7-G-Ct.
It is impossible to cook poorly in Bur
nett's Steam Cooking Vessel. It is worth
double the price asked for it, for putting
up fruit. For sail at A. Halley's, dealer
in stoves and tinware. C-'JOlm
Caution. Every genuine box of Dr.
McLean's Liver Pills Vicars tho signature
of Fleming Bros, Pittsburgh, Pa., and
their private U. S. stamp. "Take no
other." Tho market is full of imitations.
It is the popular verdict that people who
have been accustomed to tho use of Bitten
and Cordials nre obliged, eventually, lo re
sort to McLean's Liver Pills for permanent
MO MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any tlmo, both
day and night, with cither lump or chest
nut coal, In nny quantity, and on usual
terms, at thu yard at Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts offered on favorablo
terras upon application.
H. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Bokee, Gcn'l. Supt.
Sales Agentt 3-lB-ly.
The Illinois Central Hail Hoad Company i now
orler for sale tho following deecrlbed lota lolFirs.,
Addition to the City of Cairo, via i
Lot 37 block 20. Lot M block ,
i IS 20. " ST " SI,
. t " SI " S3,
orterm.,.le" apply to J AMEH JOHNSON,
Castoiu a Is a scientific vegetable prep
aration ; a porfect substitute for and more
cffectlvo than Castor Oil, and is ploasatit
to take. It cleanses the system in a moU
remarkable, manner; dooj not distress or
gripo, but operates when all other reme
dies have failed. It is certain to super
cede Pills, Castor Oil, Narcotic Syrups and
all other Purgative and exciting medicines,
Tho Castorla contains neither Minerals,
Morphine nor Alcohol. By Its c-molicnt,
soothing effect, It assimilates tho food and
produces natural sleep, particularly adapt
ing it to crying and teething children.
It cures Stomach Ache, Wind Colic, Con
stipation, Flatulency, Croup and kills
Worms. Make your druggist send for It;
ho will always keep it, as evory family
must havo It. It costsbut thirty -fl vo cents
a bottlo. 0-28 w-lt
Louis Blatau's suloon deserves tho
popularity in to which it has grown. It has
boon vory haudsomuly fitted up, and is so
comfortable that It is a pleasure to while
away a spare hour there. Tho bnr is
supplied with all kinds of flno liquor and
wines, nnd with tho best of Fresh Lagor
Beer, and Wolss Bcor that lu dolirlousonss
cannot bo oxcollod. A lunch, frco lo
patrons, is spread every day, and an nrtlclo
of Swoltzer Choose, the host in tho markot,
is always on hand. Mr. Blatitnu invites
tho public to glvo him a call, on Eighth
street, botwoan Commercial avenuo and
Ohio Loveo, opposite tho Perry Houso, in
7-2. d tf;
Wm, Eiciiorr has puchascd tho estab
lishment of Eichoff Brothers, -in Cairo,
and now proposes to prosecute tho furni
ture manufacturing business with now
vigor, and pledges himself to sell furnlturo
of every description, chcapor than uvor be
fore. Try him. 0-26lf
Go to tho Thalia for tho b
boer in town.
the little kentuckian,
No. 63 Ohio lovoo, is the place whoro
thoy koep tho freshest fish and gatno, and
tho finest wines, liquors nnd cigars, to bo
found in tho city. Dinnor only twonty
five conts. Open day nnd night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
Agents wanted In every City, Town and Conn
ty, for tha Oorham Linen, Book and Card
Marker. No risk. One marka lor a whole lam
ly. Address A. M. RlCilARPHON, W Was
ieinsiruet, Chicago. v,.wodlii.
BEERWAHT, ORTH & CO.
i:M Commercial Avenue, Catro, III.
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
W A T K It COO L ERS.
lor Window Screens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
Ac, &c, etc.
SHOVELS, FORKS, .
CRADLES, Jcc, Ac.
AUo manufacturers of
Sheet iron & Copper
tole Axtnts for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uitic's Moveaiilk Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
bt'ANTLIN A COOK's
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS.
Warranted n surecure lor smoking hlmn!0i
L'has. Hhoontncycr. Wi. Bchlck
(JIIAS. SIIOENMEYER & CO.
17 TT T T T T TT P IS RfifiM S.
All ordeis nomtly attended to.
NORTHWEST CORNER OK WABHINQTON AV
ENUE AND TENTH bT.,
O. Drawer 129.1.
For Sale at Wholesale a Rutail
CORNER 32D-STRKKT AND OHIO LKVEfc
novlltl P. OAHBUB