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OAlRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1872.
TIME TABLE OF TS ILLINOIS CIXTUt . .
Oa aad after aod.y, Ha? 14th, 1871, the follow
C time-) will gowra lha arrlTal and d'P""
Bra of paastijeer sraina a ro i
Bwf-Mil! trala, dally-
1 ' ...a
a, -Mail, dally
ire aad 8t. liouli Short Llae.
if efjr f rem Cairo lo 8t. Lonl". I?
kaaac ran from Cairo to Chicago. Kfegant
lirertasr. Mourn Wpmg eara on sight trains.
eoMIM SO ail important iuin.
CAIBO AND MOUND CITY
Will make thm tripe daily,
1X1 TIM CAiao
Far wt way. so rtcu ; iu ticaeu lor z oc.
Will )aad, baa hailed, at any good intermediate
sdiacicr pajaasri or frrif hu dot ltr.
TM apleadid steamer
Bex. Howard Capt.
Cairo PA1LT, (Senday excepted)
aw ftMi.Metr naaaara amir on boi
roa board or
B. & BRIGHAM, M, D,
SPATHIC PbTWciaa and 8urceon. Of.
r.r-m isa Commercial arenne. Keeidene e on
Ruth etret three;doors wrtt of C R. Woodward.
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
J sear corner Commercial arena and Elgn
twain street. s-3 ui
rrtCG Orer M. J. McGanlei'e drug note,
WILLIAM R. 8MITH, M. D.
aBBIDESCK No. II Thirteenth etreet. be
Itwo Washington arenae and Walnut street.
LM Commercial arenar, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING. M. D.
SBSIDKNCK cornerNlnth and Walnut tts.
Offlce corner Sixth street and Ohio leree.
c hoat from ( a.ra. to 11 m., and 8 p.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
n EVIDENCE Corner KineHenth street and
XV Washington arenue. near court house. Of
fice orer Arter'i Grocery Store, Office Hour from
10 a. m. to II m. and from 3 to 4 p. m.
Our Home Advertisers.
P. G. Schuh
Wc Arc authorized to announce M'll.I.lAM
HAUTZKI.L, of Randolph county, as n can
didate for Congress from t lie Eighteenth Dis
trict, subject 1o the decision of the Demo
cratic nominating Convention. 7-Ctd.
We arc authorized to announce COL. It.
R.TOWNKSa n candidate for Senator In
this Senatorial district.
We arc authorized to announce JOHN Q.
HARMAN a a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Wc arc authorized to announce II. W.
WEBB, ESQ., as a candidate for County At
torney, at the cnulng November election.
We are authorited to announce HAMILTON
1RVIN a a candidate tor re-election to the office
of Sheriff of Alexander countr.
Mr. Vxaoon, III., April 11, 19T2.
KJHri- Car Eutlrti :
Dui Sia rieare to announce me at a candi
date for Clerk of the Supreme Court, Southern
Grand Ptritljn ot Illinois Thenewtonttltutlon
prondM that the Clerk ol the Supreme Court
hall hereafter be elected at the Xorember elec
tion, initead of the June election u berefore.
The uceeor of the pretent incumbent are
to be elected thl coming rail, bat will not qualify
until the pretf nt term expire In 1ST J.
R. A. D. WILDANK9.
DR. D. A. PARKER FOR GREELEY
Eitroa Bcliiii. neaw announce me n in
dependent candidate tor alegttUtor In the kiwer
Houe ot the General Anembly ot thi State
Aa men in the dart ol honett gorernmeat had
to anncunce their J rincipies or hobbr, a well a
themelre, and appear before their constituents
and defend them before they could get office, I
belierethey etoulddo to now, and will lay to
the roteri of Jackon, Union, and Alexander
counties, without awaiting the decinon of any
man or party, I am for Horace Greeley for Presi
dent, and 11. Grate lirown for Vice President and
endorse the Ciucinnati platform. J am for a tree
scrub race and against tbe primary system of
electing men to office. I am against the nock
law in this county and for the repeal of the Ohio
liquor law, I am lor the abolishment of the
grand Jury to It lowest constitutional limits, and
tbe rerition of the trarerse Jury so that intelli
gent men shall not be disqualified to sit on it in
caaea of felony. I am for free trade, fqual
taxation, equal repreaentation, and honest men
In "office, even if I hare to be .defeated to get
them there. V' A. Panta. tf
KtTABLIMIIED IN 1(130
BY member of the Society of Jesus, and
Incorporated by an act of the State
Legislature in ISSi, it ha experienced unin
terrupted raicce'S and continues to oiler the
atudent every facility for acquiring a thor
ough CI.APSIC.M. AN1 COM.MKItCl.U. EDUCATION.
Every candidate for adinMon not neron-
ally acquainted with some, one of the Fac
ulty must produce proper testimonials of
good moral character.
llullctlu- are Kent three timet a vearto the
parents or guardians of the students to in
form i.ietn oi mo conuuet, ncaitii una
improvement of their miiis or wards. An
experienced physician daily vlnlt.t the insti
tution, unit tue greater care anu uttentlon
are bctoved on the ick.
Hoard and tuition, tier-clon. ten month-.
Tho next hc'-Ion beglnt Seiittinber 2d.
rayment- must be made mmrtcrlv. or
semi-annually, In inh mice. Cataloguet con
taining instruction', to parent, una tun jiar-
tlcuiari, will We Kent free on application to
IlKV. .1. .KAI.A.MI, S. .1.,
l'rci-ldent St. Loul University, rit. Louis.
Pablleittloai OtMee, Bnltetlt Batldlaa:,
OUR MORNING MEAL.
PREPARED MY THE CHIEF COOK OF THE
Pried Done Hrown.l
Mr. George W. "Wright, formerly of
The Bulletin, ia In tho city, sojourning
hero for tlrao, dancing attendance upon
tbe circuit court.
Harry Walker and family loft tho
city on Sunday ovening for Crittenden
Springs. Harry borrowed a gun and pro
poses to return to Cairo omo time thii
week with a steamer loaded to tho gun.
wales with game. Hit expectation will un
doubtedly bo realized. Ho is a good shot
A abort time ago ho hit tho aide of a house
at fifty paces two comecutivo times, and
tho gun didn't scatter much cither.
Mr. Lafayette Casiott, of The Dulle.
tin, bavlnc; listened with profit to our In
structions, convoyed In comments on the
text: "It is not good for man to livo
alone," or words to that effect, took advan
tage of our late abienco from tho city, and
making a decent upon Springfield, there,
in a blissful state of mind, was wedded to
Miss Effio "Whiteside, ono of the loveliest
daughters of the capital city. Ncod wo
say, Mr. and Mr. C, bavs our heartiest
wishes for their prosperity in life for
thoir continued happiness? In fact, wc
hare been so intcnsly gratified by the
groom's good sense in leaving the desolate
paths of bachelorhood, that we aro almost
tempted to quote poetry but
by tho exercise of extraordinary
self denial wo wont.
And he with wiles,
And the with smiles,
Drew near the sacred spot ;
The parson blinked,
Ah ! slyly winked,
And tied the fatal knot.
A laugh 1 A cry!
A sob I A cry f
And then a fond embrace.
"Mv love !" "3Iv life !"
"Dear hubby!" "Wife!"
And sialics clothed either face.
THE NEW SYSTEM
OR0CE1UKS IlETAILEI) AT WHOLESALE
AT II. C. TIIIELECKE'S STORE
WASHINGTON AVENUE, BETWEEN TENTH
AND ELEVENTH BTKEETH.
60 lbt. duv Cuba Sugar for - - - $5 00
10 " " ... i 00
CJ lbs. A coffee Sugnr, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 " Primo Rio Coffee for - - 1 00
3 11 Choico " " - - 1 00
8 " Old Government Java - - 1 00
Toas and othor staplo and fancy GrocC'
rtua ciiuauy us encap.
Goods now, and full weight given. Call
A tue stock of 'Watelie, Clocka, Jewelry
Ml SprcUcU. Particular attention given
MttMktBdi of watch repairing. Thu public
N wMettod to call and compare price and
tttatMll. Sole agent for Kurt Zlmmerman'a
'WkminUlt watebca. Aa a ttne watch they
IHjisaM'M OL and excelled by none In
StllaWtii't FrainUtlou watcbea a apeclalty
ICE I ICE 1 1 IOEIM
From "Wednesday May 1st, tho Ico
wagon will canvass tho city, to cfl' tinuo
during tho summer months, None but
pure northern lake ce will bo dolivored.
Hube, Loomis, & Co.
C. IlAUENBTINE, ARCHITECT. Tills
gentleman has established himself saccess-
fully in his business in this city. He last
year mado tho plans and spocificationa oi
John Goeckcl'a, Potor Ncfl'a and H, My
ers' buildings on Ohio Lcveo, and Fred
Theobold's handsomo residonco on corner
Sixth and "Walnut streets; and this year
made the plan of Peter Cubl'a, Dr. "Wurd-
ner i, John Kooblor'a, Gilbert Brinkmoyer
and bmlth's, and LeoKleb'a buildings. Ho
also superintended the erection of all thoso
buildings, und points to them for proof of
his ability to do good work in his lino. He
mado tho plans and specifications ota pub
lic school building in Metropolis, and of
many other buildings hero and ohowhore.
He asks tbe ntlention of tho public to his
works, and bclloves ho is ontitkd to liberal
DIbTItlCT CONOKES8IONAL CONVENTION
Tho Liberal Republican votorsoftbo
18th Congressional Dlstrict aro hereby
notified to meet (en waste) at tho Court
House, in tho city of Cairo.JJuly 23d, at
4 p.m., for tho purpose of nominating a
candidato to bo votod for ut tho November
election, A. D. 1b72. Every Liberal Re
puollcnn present will bo untitled to a voto
N. L. "WlCKWIKK,
Chairman Central Committee
of the 18th congressional, district.
KxcifLLKNT Weiss loor at the Tbulla,
If your business is brisk, send a local
to The Bulletin, and every fresh pack
ago of goods you receive every consign
ment of good fruit will vanish in a twink
ling and leave you greonbacks in the lieu
thereof. Tho welfare of tho municipality
demands of you to patronizo The Bull
etin. On Commercial avenue, between
Twentieth and Twenty-first strccta, where
tho new box drain was put in, remains a
ridge of earth. Every timo it rains largo
pools of water are formed, in which pigs
and young urchins luxuriate Would it
not bo as well to have it carted away to
fill up in places whero tbe earth is washed
away or to have it thrown on tho center of
tho road bed ?
Moyor Lansdon is pursuing the small
pox with great energy, and will probably
succeed in driving it from the city. If
tho mayor had, in accordance with tho ad
vice of The Bulletin, pursued his pres
ent policy at tho outbreak of the disease;,
we are sure Its presence in our city at this
time would not afflict us: but it ia
a rule that oxporienco ia tho only school
in which public officers can learn "how to
do it," and the mayor ia not nn cxcoptlon
to this rulo.
Alderman Swayne,who is never happy
when bo can't riso in his placo and object
to The Bulletin, discovered some timo
ago that tho contract wo haves to do
tho city printing is not exactly what he
thought it was, and he ia now tearing his
auburn locks in disappointment and mild
despair. If ho can bo induced to com
mune with Councilman Wood and mlnglo
bis tears with tboso of Mayor Lansdon
ho may bo preserved to ua may livo to
fight in future daya thobattlo of munici
pai reform, it not we tear no la a gone
We don't remember u time whon, on
tho whole, tho city has beon so clear of
dogs, hogs gamblers, vags, and roughs
When nny of tho two logged gontry in tho
above cataloguo put in an appcaranco
from Memphis, Paducab, or "sich" like
villagos, to practice their little gamo, they
aro gobbled up with a celerity which ns
tonishes thorn, and aro mado to do duty on
tho strcots pro bono publico, nover moro to
roturn when thoir involuntary labors are
completed. Tho pollco aro making
thorough work in uccordanco with tho
mcasuro of thoir ability.
On Saturday ondSunday tho city Jail
was !iko a banquet ball dosortcd. Not an
untortunato's foot fall mado an ocho in its
stalely corridors. But on Monday morn
ing, Billing8ly and tho gontlo Martin ar
rested thirteen unfortunate black won,
whoso only offensos wus singing bawdy
songs on tho street, knocking around pro
miscuously, stealing etc. offenses not in
consistent with tho principles of Mr. Sum
ner's pet bill and tho lato doctrines of tho
groat philosophor who is now leading us
out of tho land of Radical corruption.
Ho also arrested threo white men, and
this was preciaely right. Whlto mon
should bo taught that lawa aro in forco
and must bo obeyed. About this timo
Chief Myers wont down on four negroes
and a whilo boy for gambling, and brought
tho four negroes into tho prosoncu of
Judge Shannossy. Tho consoquenco of
all thiB activity is, that tho volcos of
twenty-ono prisoners, singing tho pathetic
song of " Got out of tho wildorncss, " now
make tho jail and all its vicinity muslcul,
and Mcllalo happy,
On tho 1st of July the no.w liquor law,
tho provisions of which uro woll known to
every saloon keepor in tho city, went into
operation. Only 13 applications havoboun
mado to tho city authorities for bonds, 11
of which bavo been granted. Tho names
of thoso applicants have been publlsbod
in tho council proceedings, in tho columns
of The Bulletin. Plenty of timo 1ms
been given to tho vendors of liquor for
compliance with tho statue, and It Is unfair
for thoao who havo compiled with tho re
quirements of tho law, that a very large
number of aaloona are still running in deli
oneo of tho law.
County Couivr. This court oponed yes
torday, (first torm,) his honor JudgoBroas
In caso of tho pcoplo vs. James D. Has
kill, James D. While, and Scott Caw,
chargod with riot, tho latter only appeared,
and from tho ovldoncc, or want of sufflclont
evldcnco was adjttdgod not guilty, and dis
charged. Ono of tho other defendants,
Whlto, had "lit out," and was non ot inven
tus, A capias was ordered
to bo directed to tho 8 ho riff
ol Pulaski county for the arrest of James
D. Ilasklll, ho not appearing, returnable
at tho next term of court.
In tho matter of tho eelato of John W.
Hardin, R. A. Edmundson, administrator,
proof of notico duly exotnined, and ordered
that all claims against said cstato may bo
probated during this term. Geo. Fisher,
attorney, judgment rendered against said
cstato in tho claims of $24 25 of tho 7th
class, $30 25 of 1st class, and in favor of
Wm. M. Finnoy, of S22 of 5th class, to bo
paid in duo course of timo in tbo adminis
tration of said estate. Claims against
the same estate wero still bolng disposed
of during tho aftornoon of yesterday.
Messrs. Popo, Fisher and Webb were in
Circuit Court. In this court yesterday
the case of Frick vs. Winter w s contin
ued all day. It will probably go to tho
Police Court. Judge Shaunncssy held
tbo scales yesterday.
The day was remarkablo ; in fact, was a
red hot day and continued to heat until
noon. It seemed as if nil Africa had
For a long time a band of dissoluto
and desperate negroes, led by a few bad
white men, havo been loafing about tho city
fighting and robbing. Whero they came
from or where they went to no ono could
tell. They would appear and
disappear mysteriously. On Sunday
officers Billingsly and Martin got on
their track and succeeded in bagging
thirteen colored and threo whlto vags.
Their names wm Ji J uches, Win-
Hughes, John Darroll, Tom Ferry, Rich
ard Burton, Sam Butler, Frank Winter,
Geo. Robinson, Judson Burton, Tom Bur
ton, John Koyland, John Henry, Wm.
Johnson, Frank Brown, Henry Washing
ton and John Alexander. They wero
tried on tbo charge of violating sec. CC of
ordinance 4, to the effect that "any person
ablo to work, etc., who shall bo found
guilty of strolling about any alloy or
common, or any public or prtvato place
witbin the city, etc., shall be deemed a
vagrant and fined not less than ilvo nor
mora than fifty dollars." They wero fined
each $3 and costs and in default of pay
ment were sentenced to tho admiring and
judicious McHalo lor 10 days each.
-After tho abovo cases bad been dis
posed of another lot of smaller dimen
sions was introduced to his honor by tho
polite, modest (almost bashful) und atten
tive 3Iycrs. Their names are, Thomas
Canda, W. Jackson, O. Green and Wm.
Waid. Offense, gambling. They wore
arrested yesterday morning, and being
'cleaned out" they had no money to pay
tho fines and costs, and wero consequently
recruited into McHalc's brigado of street
WATER FOR THE WHOLE TABLE.
Steamer Idlowlld. Evansvlllo.
William Cowon, St. Louis,
Grand Tower, Memphis.
West Wind, Paducab.
Steamor Idlewild, Evansvillo.
William Cowon, Ohio river.
Urand Tower, St. Louis.
West Wind, Paducab.
Ilia MUDDY COAL.
Business on tho lovco is calm.
l'cas aro coming into this market on
Wo aro informed that Jack Alden
has purchased tbe Golconda 'Herald.'
Weather yesterday, cloudy, pleasant,
breezy, rainy and dlsagrecablo mixed,
like Munn's politics and Pope's morals.
If your business is dull, get a local in
The Daily Bulletin, and it will give it
a fresh start.
Tho swlniah herd are in full force In
tho fourth ward, wallowing in rnud pud
dles or othorwiso rooting for their raatu
tinal meal, with a vim worthy of a Grant
olnco-holdcr, contrary to tho city ordi
nances. The ownera of tho porclno rootors
had bettor see to it beforo thoy aro gobbled
up by tho Indomitable, long-sufforing and
facetious chief of police.
Tho committee of tbo lato firemen's
picnic, desire to roturn thanks to tho fol
lowing persona for favors shown: the
young ladloa who volunteorcd their
sorvlcca for tho liberty wagon, Mrs. Eblo,
Gon. J. B. Jones, H. W. Webb, Jack
Wintor, Hon. J. M. Lansden, J. S. Swayno,
M. B. Harroll, Col. Bogo, A. Lohr, Capt.
Brown of steamer Jim Fisk, Daniel Bean
and also tho Mechanic's Firo Company, of
Paducah, for tho honor of their visit.
Tho following Is tho financial state
ment of tho the flroraon's picnic handed
to us for publication : Total rocoipts
1,335 80 j expended, $1,310 18. ; not
profits, S10 07, which dlvldod amongst
tho respective companies amounted to
$0 50. Rather a poor showing, this.
Thoro wero sovoral drawbacks which un
expectedly occurring prevontod tho suc
cosa financially which tho members of tho
companlea and projoctora dosorved and
anticipated, but which at this timo it would
effect no good object to enumerate. Bet
tor luck noxt timo.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with olthor lump orchost
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts offered on favorablo
terms upon application.
II. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Bokek, Gen'l.Supt.
Sales Agont. 3-15-ly.
1I0ATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tho lino and fast City of Chester is tho
anchor lino packet leaving at 5 p. in for
Memphis and nil way landings.
Tho olegant llcllo Memphis is tho boat
leaving for St. Louis and way points this
evening at 8 o'clock.
Tho steamer West Wind is tho dally
Paducah packot and leaves the wharf ut
4 o'clock p. m and makes all tbo way
Tho low pressuro (Julckstep leaves for
Evansvillo and nil usual landings this
ovening at 7 p.m o'clock; passengers tick
eted to any point on tho Ohio river.
Tbe great steamer Glencos leaves this
morning for Memphis, Vicksburg, und
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Tho steady dcclino in tho Ohio river
continues, nnd the cbannol to Evansvillo
is down to 4 J feet. Seven feet Is reported
on tho chain. Tho river falling otcadily
at Cincinnati and Louisville. In tho
canal there Is only 4 feet water.
The Cumberland and Tennessee rivets
aro on a steady decline On Harpcth
Shoals, thcro are -1 inches.
Tho Mississippi is falling with 8 feet lo
St. Louis. Below hero thcro is plenty of
water for ull boats.
HUSIXESd AND WEATHER.
There was tho usual quietness on the
lovco that is generally observed during
Monday. Freights are ttill scarco and
several largo boats havo been laid tirfon
account of dull times. Tho weather was
cloudy with dashes of rain. A cool
breeze made tho air agreeable.
Tho tow boat Wm. Cowcu mado tbe run
from St. Louis to Cairo in nino hours on
her last down trip.
Tho llodmann arrived from Now Or
leans Sunday afternoon and has laid up.
Sho rcshipped her possongcrs and freight
on the Idlewild.
Tho tow boat Raven has laid up and will
wait for a rtso in the Ohio river.
Tho Burksvillo brought 13 tons of bar
iron and CO of pig iron for St. Louis. Sho
bad 31 hhds. of tobacco for Paducab, and
reports that all tbo tobacco in Cumberland
river has been brought out. Tho Nick
Cusuy brought a tow of tradowater coal.
The Richmond is coming up on one.
wheel, having. broken a shaft. Tho Cow-
en left for tho Ohio river with a tow of
barges. Tho Idlewild brought down a
lair trip, and left with a cabin full of peo
ple. The Englno voted to Capt. Fowler
by one of tho Evansvillo churches, ua be
ing tbo moat popular captain in tbo
Evansvillo and Cairo lino, has been
placed in tho cabin of tho Idlewild. Tho
Louisville is reported aground at sotne
point between horo and Evansvillo.
City Kutloiinl Dank Bnlldlnt;.
A.Special attention paid to orders Irom steam
regular Convocation of Cairo
A. Chapter, No. 71, will bo held
Masonic Hall this Tuesday eve
ning, July ICth, 1872, nt 8 o'clock, visit
ing companions aro cordially invited.
F. KousiiEVKit, Sec'y.
Flvo Hundred teams on tbo Culro nnd
Vincennes R. R. at S4 00 por day. Also,
500 men; wages $2 00 per day. Apply
to A. W. Millor, Contractor, Caledonia,
Pulaski county, Ills. 7-15dlw.
'What shall we add now t He ia dead."
A brother of Mr. W. T. Burnott, hldo
merchant, of this city, was killed nt St.
Louis Saturday morning. Tho particulars
of tho accident wo havo not learned. Mr.
Burnott and family aro now nbsent pay
ing tho lasttributo of rcspoct to tho unfor
tunato man's romalns.
On tbo 12th instant, in this city,
Mr. Nelson Vandovontor dopnrtod this
llfo, In tho C3d yoar of his ago. Tho fu
nornl took place ut hulf-past 12 o'clock,
For Sale. My residonco on 8th stroet,
Tho house contains sovon largo rooms, and
Is in overy respect in complolo repair.
Will bo sold at a bargain, ae I expect to
lonvo Cairo soon.
7-10 (it, B. S. Haukel'..
(Sun plcaso copy Ot.)
Married. On Sunday last, tho 14th
intt., by Louis Jorgenseu, Esq., Mr.
Donnia Breeze to Miss. Ella Burross,
Tho Liberal Republicans of Union,
Jackson nnd Aloxnnder counties, com
prising tbo 15th senatorial district, aro re
quested to meet in muss convention nt
tho court houso, iu tho city of Cairo, July
23d, at 6 o'clock p. m., for tho purpose of
nominating n candidnto for stnto senator
and candidates for the legislature, to bo
voted for nt tho November election A. 1).
1872. Every liberal republican present
will bo entitled to n vote.
By order of district liberal republican
John Antrim, Chairman.
NOTICE TO PAINTERS.
1 will, until 12 31. of Thursdny tho 18th
Inst., rccoivo bids from parties desiring to
contract for tho painting of my now busi
ness houso on Ohio lovco. A full descrip
tion of tho work can be had by calling on
mo at my storoon Ohio lcveo.
dtd. P. Cuhl.
Groceries, low down, for cash, at' T.
W. Carrlco'a now storo, No. 140 Washing
ton avenue. 7-12 lwd
the little kintuokian,
No. 53 Ohio loveo, ia the plate whoro
thoy keep tho freshest fish and gamo, and
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found In tho city. Dinner only twonty
fivo conta. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
Have it Always at Hand. Accident
will happen in tho best regulated families,
and for this reason among many others,
tho Mustang Liniment should find a
placo in tho cupboard of cvory housohold.
Iu all tho world thcro Is nothing compara
ble to it ns nn application for cuts, con
tusions, burns, spasms and scalds, and
when overy other preparation that med
ical ingenuity can suggest, has fulled to
afford relief in rheumatism, neuralgia,
soro throat, glandular swellings, muscular
contractions, cramps, toothache, &e., this
antlnflnmmatory nnd pnln-dostroying ago
immediately assuages tho sufferor's
agony and eventually accomplishes a radi
cal cure. Probably thoro Is not a connoiscur
In horse flesh or nn nmatcur horseman in
tho land who does not know, cither from
porsonal observation or reports that the
Musta.no Liniment Is tho supreme rem
ly for ull external diseases und injuries of
the horse. 7-l0dA:wlwcod.
Wm. Ehlers.at his shop on Twentieth
street, opposlto tho Court Houso hotel, is
manufacturing boots nnd shoos, of overy
stylo and variety, warranted to glvo per
fect satisfaction. He koeps genuine French
calf and gives his customers ull ho prom
Pat Fit7.gerai.ii, of tho anmplo room
has received tho appointment of agent for
the salo of tho llummondsport, N. Y., Ur
bann Wino Company's wines In this city.
If tho bottlo with which wu hnvo been
favored is a sample of tho quality of these
wines, then wo uro prepared to say that
thoy are nmong tbo best wo buvo over
tasted. Ho bus just received a largo con
signment, which he is prepared to cell at
tho lowest figures. He ha nlto jn l.und a
largo and complcto stock ol tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
J. J. Anderson & Co., gas fitters, 01
Ohio Love', over Lonergan & Cunning
hams, feed store, do all kinds of steam anp
gas fitting cheaper than tho cheapest, and
guarantee perfoct satisfaction in overy in
stance. If they do not please they will
not charge Givo them u trial. They
know their business perfectly. Remember
the placo CI, Ohio Levco. 5-31
Weis.h beor constantly on hand nt thu
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, cornor 7th street
and Commercial avenuo, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared lo accommodato tho public with
board by tho day, week or month, nt lower
rates, than any other first-class houso in
tho city. Tho rooms aro all woll fur
nished, light nnd airy, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. Tho houso is located in tbo cen
ter of tho business part of tho y within
ono square of thu post office 4-9-tf
CENTRAL UOU SE.
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding houso, on Sixth
street, near tho post office, the proprie
tress would inform the public that she
is prepared to accommodato tbo public
with first-class board and well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason
abloLtorms. Ample, preparations havo
been mudo to accommodato an unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronage so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Gaffney.
Blankeniiuro ahead I Wines and Cl
gnrs I oldest nnd choicest, at tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposlto tho Post Office.
Finest of Liquors, Froo Lunches nnd mu
sic overy day. Tho groat Llboral nnd
Domocratlc,G roily & Brown drlnko Weib
Beer, is mado a spcciulty, nnd Frcdprides
himself upon kcopl.ig tho freshest nnd
coolest in tho ctiy. Lemonades tho cold
est, mixed drinks nnd music tho finest
Go thoro. 0-2711'
Ik thero aro any moro unpaid claim,
agninBt tho Firemen's pic-nic commlttoo
thoy should bo preacnted without delay to
Albert Susnnku for payment, as tho com-
mltteo dosiro to aettlo up in full, 12-2t.
TO HOUSE BUILDERS.
Tho building of a two-itory framo build
ing in Dongola, Union county, Illlnola,
will bo let to tho lowest bidder on Satur
day, July 13, 1872, botweon tho hours o
two nnd four o'clock. All bids must bo
sealed, and security will bo required on
tho day of letting tho contract, for tho
faithful und prompt performance of said
work. Plans nnd specifications can be
seen nt the station houso in Dongola. For
further particulars call on or nddress J
D. Benton, clerk of tho board.
II. HANNES, President,
J. D. Benton, Clerk.
Dongoln, Juno 28, 1872.
Heavy Kino, glass Fruit Jars, (tin top)
quarts $1.25 and half gallons, $2 per doz.
Gonuino "Mason Improved," Fruit Jurs,
(glass top, self seulori,) quarts 2, nnd hulf
gallons $3 per dozon. Best W. G. (iron
atono clilnii) plates and teas, CO cents per
sot. Fino goblets, only 10 cents npicco.
Other tjooda In proportion, ut
Par-onh, Davih Si Co.'s,
0-15-tf 6 and 7 Tenth street.
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vessel saves
nearly hulf tho fuol and 16 por cent
weight which is lost in cooking tho old
way. Sold by A. Hnlloy C-201m
Go to Wm. Ehlor's, on Twentieth
street, for your lino custom inndo boots
nnd shoos. You can't do bettor. Try
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vcssol is war
ranted to cook quicker and bettor than
any vessel in uso, for salo at A, Ilulloy's
Best Woiss boor ut tho Timlin. &-21td
tjKScC. Hanny wishes tho
public to bo informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as oxtonsivo as any in the
Southwest, and that ho is de
termined t3 sell overy article
at pricos Lower than tho Lowr
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and pricos. He
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
HARRY WALKER & CO., PROPR'S
THIS HOUSE 18 NEWLY FITTED UP WITH
"JENNY LIND" TABELS,
SUITABLE FOR ALL KINDS OF
THE HA LOON IS STOCKED WITH
THE BEST BRANDS
ARE COMPOUNDED IN THE
MOST APPROVED STYLE
INCOME AND SEE FOR YOUR
SELF. They keep on hand a fino stock of
COLD WEIS BEER,
AND HOLLAND HERRING
Are spread morning and etening
.A.T lTI3SrE O'CLOCK,
At which all are invited to partakv
FREE OF CHARGE.
BEERWART, 0RTH:& CO.
130 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
PUMPS, PLOWS, - J
for Window Screens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
&c, &c, &c.
CRADLES, &c, &c.
Also manufacturers of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Copper Ware
Hole Agents for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Ukio'b Moveaule Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
fciCANTLIN & COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a aura .cure lor smoking tulmatOi