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CAIRO UAlLY BtLLETxN, SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1972.
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CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
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Far earn y, cental lo lUket for n K.
Will '!. balled, l BT f ooJ tntmn. diet
aadiacor pMMDKtmnr freight, dot lif.
Tb splendid teanr
Bin. Howard Capt.
0!ro DAILY, (Sendar excepted),
SW Sealant or NMtr. applj on boar d or
K. & BRIGHAM, jf.
SOMEOTATMCMivsican and Burgeon. Of.
Bee ISS iJommerciai avenue. Hesiuenceno
in street three.door west of C R. rtoodward.
DB. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Over M. J. McGaul)' druc atore,
DMrconn Cournerolal avenu aod Eih
taenia iret. 3-31 if
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
f E8IDBNCE No. 21 Thirteenth tret, be-
1 ted waanincion arena and walnut street.
UtBce Ul Commercial avenuf, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
SKS1DENCE corner.Nintb and Walnut at,
OSVe coiner sixth alreet aad Ohio levee.
5 hour from S a-ra. to lit in., and V p.m
II. WARDNER, M. D.
RESIDENCE Corner Mnetienth atreet and
vV-hinrtnn avenue, near conrt house. Of.
Boer Ar rr'Gro't78to-e, Offira Hours Irom
10.n.. I ) li m. and irom 2 to 4 . m.
Qur Home Advertisers.
P. G. Schuh
We arc anUiortxed to announce WILLIAM
IIAKTZELL, of Ilandolph cotinly, as a can
didate for CongrcK from the Eighteenth Dis
trict, subject to the decision or the ucnio
crattc nominating Convention. T-Ctd.
We arc authorized to announce COL. It-
It. TOWNEd as a candidate for Senator In
this Senatorial district.
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
BARMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to Innounce II. W.
WEBB, ESj., as a candidate for County At
torney, at the cntulng November election.
We ar ulh ris-d lo assounr HAMILTON
IRV'IN as a randida li r re-t Irctiot to tn kfflce
of Ubtriff of Alcxaudrr vouttr.
Ml. Vttxoa, lit., April 11, 1T2.
KiUrr Cain Bullitin :
Utk Bit Pieue to announce me as a candi
dal fur Clerk of the fcupr.tne Court, Southern
Orand LiTlsl .n ot lllinolr. Thenewconitllution
pmtidia that ihe Clerks ol the Supreme Court
shall hereafter be elected at the Noirmber eltc
tlou, Instead of the June election as I erelore.
The suci etsnr ol the preient incumbent are
to be elected this coming Ml. but 111 not qualify
uiitil th prestnt trrms expire In 1873.
R. A. D. WI1.DANK9.
DR. D. A. PARKER FOR GREELEY
Ecnoa fictUTta. riease announce me n in
dependent cndidkto tur alegl-lator In the lower
llouse oi the General Assembly ot tin 8Ute
As men in tho dsys ol honest Koterntreot had
to anncunce their i rinclpl, a or hobby, as well as
themselres, and appear before their constituents
and defend them before they could gel ffflce, 1
believe they sloulailo so now, and will .ay to
the Totera of Jackson, Union, and Alexander
counties, without awaiting the decinon of any
man or party, I am for Horace Greeley for Presi
dent, and II. Grata brown for Vice President and
eadorae the Cluclonati platform. 1 am for a tree
scrub race and against Ihe primary system of
electing men to office. I am against the stock
law In this county and foi Ihe repeal of th Onto
liquor law. 1 am tor the abolishment of the
grand Jury to Ha lowest constitutions! limits, and
the revision of the tnrerse jury so that Intelli
gent men shall tot t. disqualified lo sit on it In
cases or felony. I am for Ireo truue, equal
taxation, equal representation, and honest men
in office, even tf I have to be defeated to gst
them there. U- A. faaaia. tf
ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
BY members of the Society of Jesus, and
lncorjratcil by an act of the State
Lei,Hlature tn 1632, it has experienced unin
terrupted success, and continues to offer the
student every facility for acquiring a thor
ough CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL EDUCATION.
Every candidate for adml.-nlon not person
ally acquainted with some one of the Fac
ulty must produce proptr testimonials of
good moral character.
uuiietin are sent turee times a year to tne
parents or guardians of the students, to in
form them of the conduct, health and
improvement of their sons or wards. An
experienced pbysiciau dally visit the Insti
tution, and the greatest care and attention
are bestoweu on tne tics:.
Board and tuition, persesslon. ten months.
1 no next session begins September 2d,
l'aytnenti must be made quarterly, or
semi-annually, in advance. Catalogues con
taining ln-tructlons to parents, and lull par
ticulars, will be sent free on application to
itrv. J. If. .LAL-IND, ft. J.,
President 5L Louis University, it. Louis.
I THE OSTEW SYcTEM.
OKOCEBIES BETAILED AT WUOLlSALK
AT H. C. THIELECKE'S STORE.
WAini.s'OTON AVS-NUK, BETWEEN' TENTH
AND ELEVENTH ai BEETS.
50 lbs. dry Cuba Sufar for - - - $5 00
10 - 1 uU
tlj lbs. A coffee Sucar, N. Y. Std. 1 00
i " Prime Rio Coffee for - - I 00
3J " ChuUe ' " - - 1 00
3 " Old G-ivernment Java - 1 00
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods new, and full weight given. Call
ICEl 1CEII 1CEI1I
From Wednesday May lit, the ico
wagon will canvass tho city, to crntlnue
during tho summer months. None but
pure northern lako co will bo delivered.
llvit, Loo mis, & Co,
0. IIauenstine, Architect. -This
gentleman has established himself success
fully in his business in this city. Ho last
year made ttio plans ana specifications ot
John Goeckel's, Peter NefTs and II. My
ers' buildings on Ohio Levee, and Fred
Tbeobold'i handsome residence on corner
Sixth and Walnut streets; and this year
made the plan of Peter CubPi, Dr, "Ward-
ner.s, John Koehler, Gilbert Iiunkmyor
and rimltb'i, and Lu Kleb's buildings. Ho
hiio superintended the erection of all these
buildings, nd points to them for proof of
bis ability to do good work in bis lino. He
made the plans and specifications ota pub
lic school bulldlug In Metropolis, and of
uihiij oiner omiuings here and elsewhere.
He asks the attention of the public to his
works, and believes he It entitled to liberal
patron. e. 7-31 m
Pssklleatlass (. Bnlletisi BsUlrtlai,
Good npo peaches are lolling In town
at $1.25 per box.
A Bton wind prcvulltd all day yester
day, tempering the fierce rays ot the sun.
The Sir. Tyrone w s sold by tho U.S.
Marshall on Wednesday for tho sum oD
We notice the old post ulSco building
corner of Sixth street, is being prepared
Winters' block Is receiving a new coat
oi paint In honor, no doubt, of tbo Philos
opher's uuafilmoui nomination.
House building, bouse raisl: g. painting
and ornamentation, still continue to be the
indices of Cairo's prosperity, and promise
of rapid advancement.
Th scale of Frick vi. Winter, is still
on trial, plaintiff not yet being through
ith his evidence. Tho case will not,
probably be disposed of before Tuesday
of next week.
Tnx spire of St. Joseph's church, now
completed, sets off Its admirable architec
tural proportions to perfection. It would
bo bard to find a moro tasteful speci's men
of church architecture in tho wbolo west.
The small pox Is dying out fait. The
health of the city is generally good : and
that of Grooley citixens, which includes
nearly nil white, and a portion of tho col
ored residents, is pnrticuUrly hearty.
It is passing strange wbnt fascination
Cairo possesses for business men who un
dertake to leave. They are restless
whilst absent, and succumb to the inevi
table. Witness the case of our friend Dr.
The Cairo fruit box and basket factory
employing a large number o( bands is do
ing are immense business. They are
obliged to work oxlra hours, and then tbo
supply falls short of the demand. Cairo
The work of lowering tbo sidewalks on
Commercial avenue, between 21st and 38th
streets, is being well and rapidly done.
The gas pipes aro being bedded in the
roadside Ml will be completed during tho
ensuing week, to the great confort of pe
destrians who have to travel in that locality.
Mound Citt, according to the 'Jour
nal,' boasts of a bog owned by a roan
named Rug that catches and eats all the
dogs that comes in his way. Wo recom
mend tho owner to keep tbo valuable
beast till next spring, and send it to
Cairo, as it will prove a capital institu
tion, and put money in its owner's pocket
For tho present there will be no even
ing service at the church of tho Redeem
er, (Episcopal.) Tbo Rev. Mr. Conn
has a largo deanery to occupy his time
and attention. He is a fnithful and earn
est clergyman, of inestimable worth, and
bis discourses, always commanding cluse
attention, are replete with souud, practical
The 'Sun' is greatly exercited about the
course likely to be adopted by tbo liberal
republican and democratic congressional
and senatorial conventions, to bo held in
this city on the 2 id in't. Poor fellow, we
recommend our neighbor ov;r the way,
to 'pent of Grantism, commit political
hori kari, and fall into .tbo aims of the
liberals, which are ever teady to embrace
the 'troo!y loll" penitents.
Two or three salamander icecream (so
culled) peddlers, armed with tin horns
with which tbey send forth a noise fiend
ish enough to frighten any army
mule into fits, are .sweating through
the streets of the lty with covered
band carts, selling the mixture. How
much of ico or how little of cream, or other
condiments is served up in the hash it
would puzzle the analytical powers of a
iheg to determine. Faugh.
The editor of tho 'Sun, says in
his luminary that "The Bulletin" is bard
on our Method! lends, referring to a
local notice of the late Sabbath School con
vention. With bis usual obtusoness bo
cannot perceive the difference between re
gret and condemnation. We regretted
the opportunity was not made general,
and do so still, and that tho attendance was
rot larger. The little fling so eagerly
burled, will make no capital. 'Tun't woitli
A tee stock ol M'aii l . . nrti .Tu-,.lrv
, Jvi'i f f eiseies. s'artuulsr atttnfirn given
. V BJB, ,u " tinmeiiuin's
A 'MMB(a1 W'tCBei. As a one watch they
.. wmZ ... tBd excelled t,v r,m,. li
' . fBriMgr ttmto washes a specialty
DIKTHICT CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION
The Liberal Republicans voters of tbo
16 the Congressional District are here by
notified to meet (cn w$t) at tbe Court
Home in the city of Cairo July 23d at
4 p.m. for tbe purpose of nominating a
candidate to bo voted for at tbo November
election, A. 1). 1B72. Evory Liberal Re
publican prcient will bu entitled to a vote
N. L. Wickwire.
. Chairman Central Committee,
of tbe 18 tbe congressional district,
Excellent Wei.s beer at the Thalia.
Dr. Wardner, has removed his office
from the rooms over tbo old post office
building, to the spacious apartments ovor
Arters brick building on Commercial
avenue, lately occupied by the custom
homo. Dr. Wardner has attained a pro
fessional eminence both as a physician and
surgeon that has procured for him a very
ago practice, and an unblemished repu
tation. His now and spacious office rooms
are very cicely furnished, for tho recep
tion of patients. His offico hours are from
10 a. m., to 12 m., and from 2 to 4 p. in.
Residence, corner of Nineteenth street
and Washington avenue, near tbe court
house. 7-13 It.
said, a yield almost unprecedented. An
pies, pears, and grapes, especially promise,
an Immense crop. Peaches will yield a
heavy crop. Farmers and frull growors
ure generally lglnnlng to reap a rich ro
ward, and overflowing coffers. It ii, then,
time tn remember tho goodness of the
Great Father to whom all nro Indebted for
fruitful seasons as well as for ovury
other mercy, and not only bo thankful but
ginerous in contributing of our abundant
means to genulnulybenevolont(inititutlons,
and to the alloviallon of tho necessities cf
the widow and orphan.
Citizens should remember that the
ordinance relating to tho running of a
garbage cart, requires ' that all slops and
gal bage shall be placed in boxes or bar
rels on tbe street " convenient tor hand
ling. Complaint has been made to The
RULLCIIN that is I'.lauso of the
ordinnnce is much neglected to tho detri
ment of cleanliness if not of health. Gales
are locked In many instancei, rendering
access to the yards in which tho barrels
are placed maccesible until a late hour In
the morning, rendering It imposiible for
tbe driver of tho garbnuo cart to get
around to perform his duties, it Is to be
hoped that for tho futuro this ncgltct will
bo rectified, and that the barrels etc.,
containing tho garbage will bo placed
"convenient lo the street, " as required
by tbe ordinance. Tho law is one which
should meet with ready complinnco by
every one, as a saintary necessity."
On yesterday afternoon wo visited tho
now dontistry of Dr. W. P. Williams,
(successor to Dr. A. M. Austin,) In NetTs
new brick building on Eighth strcot, re
moved from Dr. Austin's old stand on
Commercial avenue. Dr. Williams
has already acquired an excellent repu
tation as a skilled and succcsiful dentist,
as well as for a gonial and gentlommily
character of high standing, and has given
entire satisfaction to all who liiivo hith
erto required his services. Ho desires to
return thanks for the patronage which
has thus enab'od him to koep up with the
public demand, and which ii allko crcdl
tablo to his enterprise and professional
ability, as to tho appreciation of them by
bis U'llow-townsmen. Dr. Williams now
occupies an elegant suite of apartments
on the second story of the afore mentioned
fine building. The reception and opera
ting rooms are well and neatly furnished,
whilst the laboratory possesses nil the ap
pliances that modern science can furnish
in the dental lino He is fully
prepared, thereforo to perform all dental
operations at bis uiuul reasonable rales.
Dr, A. M. Austin will return to Cairo on
the 1st of September to remain. That
gentleman is to become tho partner of
Dr. Williams in tbe practice of his
Some of our democratic iriends in Cairo
declare that Greelor is not a democrat.
What is he, then ? 'Ciiro Ev'.ning Sun.
Our enlightened netghb.ir still contin
ue to knock his head on the Cincinnati
platform, without being ablo to ascertain
its principles, and that tho nomination of
the philosopher means patriotiim. To il
lustrate the 'Sun's' position a "little anec
dote" will be apropos. During the latb
war, whilst a squad of recruits were being
drilled at the camp grounds ncr Spring
fluid, in slow inarch, quick inarch, heating
time, double, etc., one of the members on
tbo left of Ibe squad not hearing or heed.
less of tho word of the sergoant, "double,"
continued to beat time until his comrades
were far away, when bo discovered that he
whs alone. When the 'Sun' wakes up
from his Rip Vin Winkle sleep in Novem
ber next, and discovers the white bat dis
appearing within the portals of the whito
house whilst be is standing still, inquir
ing iu a sort of maz", "What is he then ?'
Ho will wish he had accepted The Bul
letin's offer to help him out of tho slough
of despond. It will then take him and
all tbo Grunlites and fossilized Bourbons
the balance of the term of their natural
lives to catch up to the times.
More evidences of prosperity are to be
seen every day in tho city. The Egyptian
flour mills are undergoing a thorough
overhauling. A now story of 1 leet
height is being added to Ibis structure,
and is In course of rapid completion. The
superintendent, Mr. Robert Adams in
formed us, thai tho mill ii to be fitted
with now chest bolts, and now cleaning
machinery. When started aguln with its
capacity of Ave run of stone, turning out
100 bbls of floor per diem, of the finest
grades frtm the choicest qualities of
wheat. It will bo unsurpassed by any
flouring mill In the west. Mr. Adums, Is a
millur of thorough oxpttrienco, and his
qualifications for the responsible position
lie occupies are of the highest order.
From all that van bo gathered from
local journals, and other lources, we learn
with thankful hearts tbal the harvest, so
far, hss been bountiful. Corn promise!
in moit localities of Southern Illinois, it la
Police Matters. The 12th Inst,, af
ter the morning session was adjourned
'Squire Brnss had his office adorned by ihe
presence of two candidates for calaboose
bonor, and a number of tarnished doves
Harvey Williamson, drunk and indulg
ing in gross Billingsgato; beaded the list.
fined (2, and costs; total $6.05. For
good reasons and penitential confession
was given time for payment.
Juno Godwin, for using abu.
slve and ofionsivo language endangering
tbe pcaco was mulcted in the sum of 5
and trimmings ; total $10 80. Could not
fork over, and was put under the putrun
Izing care of Mcllalo for 10 days on a
lovo feast of bread and water.
Too following cyprians, escorted by
Martin, Myers and Arnold, who hold a
flush hand, nftor a successful nnd un
expected raid on tho dtmi monde houses of
occupation in tho city, woro presented to
his Honor: Nancy Mock, Eliza Bar
nett, Matty Smith, Bertha Caatull,
Amanda Tittleton, Jennie Allen, Mlnnio
Recvs, Molly Brooks, Molly Mooro, Fanny
Wall, Molly Miller, Hattio Loo and An
nio Thompson, 14 all told. Justico Bross
served them t'p with the samo scntenco,
viz: $10 and costs, amounting to $10
apiece. All paid costs, and gave security
for tine. The wbolo of the above, except
two, wero arretted by Martin and Myers,
and tho otlior two by Arnold, It Is to be
hoped that no cessation to this cleaning
out will be allowed until the city is en
tirely clear of prostitutes und prostitution.
There was not tho least intention to
cast any reflection on the policu force in
the item which appeared on tho 12th.
There wero no caics on tho morning of
that day,and wo supposed the business for
the day Wms over. Chief of pulico Myers
and his assiitants deserve praise for
their indefatigable performance of their,
duties, und hope our citizens will give them
every encouragument in their laudable
endeavors to clear out the "social evil.'1
Wo were not aware until Ihe next morn
ing of the numerous arrests that bad been
made, or they would have been repotted.
No eases befora Squire 3haunue.y on
Editor Daily Bulletin:
Sir: I observe In a lata Isstio of your
papor, that tho bills for work on our side
walks, labor aloro, amount to the large
sum of $016 60, add to this the cost of
lumber and nails, and it amounts to such a
figure as to tick lo us poor sinners undor
tbo ribs to nn extent that
U Bonding us into financial hystcrlcsi
nnd this too, is still more apparent,
when wo consider tho number of miles of
sidewalks, required in this city, and that
thoro is nt u month in the year in which
repairs ure not made. Hits It ever occur
red lo the mnyor or council that a moro
durable system might bo adopted gener
ally, mid that in soino few localities, at
least, mom durablo tnateriil might bo
used? As respects the latter, I might
mention tho western side of Leveo street.
Now, notwithstanding it is proposod to ro
new that wido sidewalk by means of a
special astesiraent on tbo property hol
ders in that location, which does not
effect tho spocial public fund, for street
purposes, I would rospectfully suggest
the inquiry, whether brick, flag
stone, or asphalttc pavement, would
not be Utter in tho long run, in every
respect. As a matter of economy and ap
pcaranco I think either of tho latter would
provo to bo so. In Rochester, N. Y , and
other largo northern cities, tbo axphaltic
pavement hus been used very successfully,
notwithstanding tbo extremes of cold,
heavy frosts, nnd snows to which it Is sub
jected. Tho experiment, at all events
might bo worth trying.
Thcro are, also, other portions of tho
city sidewalks which might be replaced
by tho samo materials, where thcro Is no
danger of wash. I might mention a part
of Commercial avenuu, n portion of Ninth
street, Tenth street, nnd soino other much
traveled streets, not immediately present
to tho mind's eye. Certainly, either
brick or asphalt would be worth trying ;
and onco fairly tried upon u small scale,
if satisfactory, it could be extended to tho
utmost limits circumttnnces would allow.
In this, as well as in other respects, it is
high timo Cairo wus. treading in tbo foot
steps of ber sister cities, and is a matter
worthy of serious consideration both in
respect of economy, appearance und dura
Whero wooden sidewalks aro still an
absolute necessity owing tu their eleva
tion, danger of wash from graded streets,
etc , I shall have a tuggettion to make
In another number of your paper, which I
think would bu of inestimable service if
adopted. For the president I urn re
I the undersigned being In brid,o und
building busneis for 20 years, must give
Mr. C. Uaucnstein, Architect, the credit
of drawing correct and perfect plans. I
havo worked out some of tli9m, and find it
correct and accurate, in draft and figures.
So every mechanic, if he is one, can work
by his plans. He but his opposition, but
I think he Is able, In fact, to gel tho bet
ter half of iL M. T. Uolman.
The Liberal Republicans of Union,
.luckson and Alexander c untiet, com
prising Ibo 15th senatoral di.trict, are re
questetd lo meet in mass convention at
the court house, in the city of Cairo, July
'.3d, at 5 o'clock p. m , for ibe purpose of
nominating a candidate for statu senator
und candidates for the legislature, tu be
voted for at the November election A. D.
1872. Every liberal republican present
will bo entttlei to u vote.
By order of district liberal republican
tf. John Antrim, Chairman.
Steamer City of Chester, Memphis.
' Henry Ames, N. Orleans.
" Henry Pruba.cu, St. Louis.
" Haven, St. Louis.
" City oi liuiney, St. Louts.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" West Wind, Paducah.
" Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
Steamer City of Chester, St. Louis.
" Henry Ames, St. Louis.
" Henry l'robmco, Cincinnati.
" City of Quincy, N. Orloani.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" West Wind, Paducah.
" Belle Memphis, Mumphls.
. 1110 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at uny time, both
day and night, with cither lump or chest
nut coal, in uny quantify, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills,
Special contracts offered on fuvorublo
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyi'MAnt,
D. A. Bokee, Gen'l.Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
1I0ATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tho fine piougor steamer Glencoe
leaves for Now Orleans this evening at 5
The fast, and elegant City of Vicksburg
is tho regular packet leaving for Memphis,
Vicksburg, and all lundings, this evening
at 5 o'clock,
Tho fust running boat, Grand Towor, is
tho packet that will leave for St. Louis,
and all way landings at o p. m.
The favoritu ldlewlld, leaves at 8 p. m.
for Evansville, and all poinW on tho Ohio
Tbe Emillo La liar go is tho packet lor
all points on Red River, und leuves this
duy at 0 p. in,
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Tho Ohio river at this point is slowly
declining. At Cincinnati and Louisville
tho Ohio Is rising. There is about 4 feet
iu the cunal at Luuisvillu.
Cumberland liver is falling with only
2 feet on Harpelh Shoals. Thu Arkunsas
river continues on its steady decline.
Tbo Mississippi is riling slowly at St.
Louis, which U cutucd by a bwull in tbo
Eight and a half feet reported in tho
chunnel; good, water from here south.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Yesterday there was a fair amount ol
business transacted on the levee. Frelgbu
are still scarce and In demand.
Tho weather whs co d and delightful
A pleasant breeze prevailed during tbo
Tho Robert Mitchell brought out about
300 tons which shoreslilpped, and will lay
up until business gets belter, wblloatlbe
bunk alio will bo palmed and other wire
Thu Dick Fulton is having her boiler
patched. Tho Henry Probnsco had a fair
load of Iron ore and a few people, she laid
hero but a short timo.
Thu City of O, t Inry passed down with
out landing nnd looked like she was well
fixed for freight. Utio had a fuel barges In
Capt. Goorgo Uart'of PJuc!i was rob
bed of his pocket book containing fifty
dollars while coming down in a I. G. It. R.
Cupt. Wtrrick has secured ths 800 tons
freight that tho Mitchell brought out nnd
Is loading one of tho Mill V. T. Co barges
to leuvc in tho tow of the Mary Alice.
Tho Colorado bad on board a lot of In
dians, who aro bound lor Llltlo Rock.
whero they will play their celebrated
game of " La Cross."
Tho bull of tho old steamer Baltic, left
hero a few days hgo by tbo Joo Fleming,
got hard aground, and after repeated ef
forts, it was pulled off by tho tug Mou-
A anil boat contalng several passengers,
was run under by tho high wind yester
day, mid one of them, Charles Pink, was
washed overboard, but tescucd bv the
others. They nil received jc ducking.
hngineer Humblcton who was overcome
by tliu heal a few days ago, is, wo aro
glad to sny, recovering and will soon be
Thu wreck of tbo Black Hawk lying In
tbo chaunel between horo nnd Mound
City, is said to be tho worst obstruction in
the lower Ohio, and tho snag bout J. J.
Abert assigned tho duty of removing it
during tho coming low water season.
If the proposals for tbo removal of tho
Bacon rock, should bo higher than the
available fund will allow, Cel. Wm. E.
Merill will try to get authority to havo it
removed by days labor. Should he full in
both muthods, ho will have it buoyed.
City AnlloDKl Uassk Building.
special attention paid to orders from Henri
uuata outfit ordav
Weiss bcur constantly on bund ul the
Thalia saloon. 5-2ldlf
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, cornor 7th street
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared to accommodate tbe public with
board by the day, week or month, at lower
rates than any other first-class bouso in
tbe city. Tbe rooms aro all well fur
nished, light and niry, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
Mgenu. Thu houtu is located in thu con
terot the butlness part of tbe y within
one squaro ot the st office. 4-9-tf
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
street, near the post office, the proprie
tress would inform thu public that thu
is pn p.trud to accommodate the public
with lirl-class bourd and well furuithed,
veil ventilated rooms on the most ruusoii
uble term. Ample preparations buvu
been made to accommodate an unlimited
number of duy boarders. Patronage so
licited. Mas. T. N. Oaifney.
TO HOUSE BUlLbERS.
The building of a two-ttory frame build
ing in Dungola, Union county, Illinois,
will bo lei lo the lowest bidder on Satur
day, July 13, 1872, between tbe hours o
two and four o'clock. All bids mutt be
sealed, and security will bo required on
the day of letting tho contract, for the
faithful and prompt performance of said
work. Plans and specifications can be
seen at tbe nation house in Dongola. For
further particulars call on or address J
D. Benton, clerk of the board.
H. UANNES, Prosidont,
J. D. Benton, Clerk.
Dongola, Juno 28, 1872.
Heavy Ring, glass Fruit Jars, (tin top)
quarts $1.25 and half gallons, $2 per doz.
Genuine "Mason Improved," Fruit Jar,
(glass top, self sealers,) quarts $2, and half
gallons $3 per dozen. Best W. G. (Iron
stono china) plates and teas, CO cents per
set. Fino goblets, only 10 cents apiece.
Otlior yoods in proportion, at
Parsons, Davis & Co.'b,
C-15-tf 5 and 7 Tenth streot.
Burnott's Steam Cooking Vessel saves
nearly half tho fuel und 10 per cent
weight which is lost In cooking tho old
way. Sold by A. Halloy 0-20 lm
Go to Wm. Khlor'H, on Twentieth
streot, for your fino custom made boots
and shoes. You can't do hotter. Try
Burnett's Stoum Cooking Vessel Is war
ranted to cook quicker and bettor tbun
any vessel in uio, for tule at A. Hulley's
Best Weiss hour at th-) Thalia. 5-2 ltd
H6gC. Hanny wishos the
public to bo informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that he is do
tormincd to sell every article
at prices Lower than tho Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examino goods and prices. He
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
Hayi it Always at Hand. -Accident
will happen In tho best regulatod families,
and lor this reason amon many other,
the Mustano Linimknt should find a
place In tho cupboard of every household.
In all tbo world there Is nothing compara
ble to it as an application for cuts, con
tusions, burns, spasms and scalds, and
when every other preparation that med
ical Ingenuity can suggest, has failed to
afford relief In rheumatism, neuralgia,
sura throat, glandular swellings, muscular
contractions, cramps, toothache, Aa, this
Hntinflammatory and paln-dsstroying ago
immediately assuages tho sufferer's
agony and eventually accomplishes a radi
cal cure. Probably thero Is not a connolieur
In horse flesh or an amateur horsoman In
thu land who does not know, cither from
personal observation or reports that tho
Mustano Linimem Is the tuprtme rem
tdy for all external diseases and Injuries of
tbe horse. 7-lOdAwlweod.
The Arlington Garden, a delightful
place of resort, is now ready for visitors.
Tents have been spread on tho gresa
sward, a high, closo funco surrounds tbo
garden, and ladies and gentlemen may
enjoy tbo finest of ico cream and the cool
est of lemonade, free from the public gaze.
T. B. Ellis, Prop'r.
Wm. Ehlers, at his shop on Twentieth
stroet, oppoiilo the Court House hotel, is
manufacturing boots and shoos, of evory
stylo and variety, warranted to givo per
fect satisfaction. He keeps genuine French
calf and gives his customers all ho prom
J. J. Anderson & Co., gas fitters, 61
Ohio Levcn, over Lonurgan 4 Cunning
hams, feed store, do all kinds of stoam anp
gas fitting cheaper than the cheapest, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction In every in
stance. Iflhoy do not please tbey will
not charge Givo them a trial. They
know their business perfectly. Kcmomber
iho place 01, Ohio Levee. 6-81
Pat Fitzoerald, of the sample room
has received the appointment of agent for
the salo of the Uammondsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wino Company's wines in this city.
If the bottle with which wo have been
favored is a sample of tbe quality of these
wines, then wo aro prepared to say that
they are among tho bct we havo over
tasted. He has just received a large con
signment, which be is prepared to sell at
tbo lowest figures. Ho has h!,i. ,.. nd a
large and complclo stock ol tLo v.n us
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whUkics, and wines of every variety.
HARRY WALKER & CO., PROPR'S
THIS HOUSE IH NEWLY FITTED Ur WltU
'JENNY LIND" TABELS,
SUITABLE FOR ALL KINDS OF
THE SALOON IS STOCKED WITH
THE BEST BRANDS
ARE COMPOUNDED IN THE
MOST APPROVED STYLE
S9-COME AND SEE FOR YOUR
SELF. Tbey keep on hand a fine stock of
COLD WEIS BEER,
AND HOLLAND HERRING
Are spread morning and evening
At which all are Invited to partake
FREE OF CHARGE.