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CAIRO xJLTIjY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1872.
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I?Jlit"mr.Vw-th. arrival d.part-
f MMiMf traia at Cir
owe art bClooIs Short Llae.
ihsof errTfrem Cairo to 81. Louis. No
0AIB0 AND MOUND CITY
... ...--I.. .nnniinnWlt.L.UI
V C arc auuiuiifcuu iiiuiwuiivv
11ARTZELL, of Randolph county, as a cn-
dluato Tor congress iruui r-.s."-" .
i.i... ... illalnn of the Dcmf
nnmlnatlmr Convention. cOtU.
aaliatleia ce, Bulletin nmW'
uv nrc authorized to nnnouncc COIj.
R.TOWNESa a candidate for Senator
this Senatorial district.
' nrn nl1tlinrlll tfl ntinnlltlOP JOIl
HARMAN as n candidate for Circuit CleJ
Alexander county, at the ensuing cl'ctwv
Will mak thr trips dally.
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at a-ao P.m
FartMch way, cental W t
Will laod.whtnhalUd, at any m
aa4iaitorpMMiraor f reign.
uivna nor an C1TT
At S:30 a.ni
At 1:30 .........p m
At e..... p.m
l.k.ta fnt II 60.
lU DOT 111.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Tb splendid steamer
Bin. Howard Capt.
Tlatt.V ffltltlrlBV xeD(d) at
'fft Vaa.. iPPlr on boar d or
aa3tf JAB BIQQ3, Ag t
R. a BRIQHAM, M. D.,
if vmpiTIIin Phvslclan and Surgeon.
i I 'Ufa ISO Commercial atenue. Keildence on
lvnth street threetdoora west of 0 B. WoodwwJ
DR. J. 0- OULLIVAN,
-VpvtoB orcr H. J. ncuauiej-s aru
tf aar corner Commercial avenue an
WILLIAM R. SMITH. M. D.
omoe-U) "- ' v "
V. W. DUNNTNfJ nr n
RSfDBNCE corner.Vlnlh m.,
(mc-corner Sixth .1,.., 7."
c. hour-fro,, , mftolimr. and 0 66
10 a. m
H. WARDNRIl M n
aiDENCB-Oorner MneKent'h .'(,..
,Ar,n.f"nJiei.De"cour, hou.e. Of.
Our Homo Advertisers.
vnll pflltVPV ATTnlHEY.
We are authorircd to nnnotneo 7 "
"WEBB, ESQ., as a candidate fol Co
tomcy, at the ciiiuing ovcmo(r ei
SAUP n a candidate for Shcriu7ne cn,u
ing November election.
. ! . . i HA51II.
Wo arc autnonzeu xo "urc.clcctou
TOS1RVIN bh a candidate .rc c'ccl'ou
M Vrikl-ID. IT r '
Una 8ia-Pl.a.e to anno BflUthera
dale for Clerk of the 6uPr ewt;nsttutlon
Grand Dlrl. Ion ol Wlnotor 8 t
protride that the Clerk. NoT'(mbet (lec.
.hall hereatter be electey,ion M here(ore.
tlon.ln.teadof the Junnt )ncumbenl, 0
The KMiiorof '?, ,but will not qualify
to be elected thin romlrg Q lg73i
until the preitnt ''roV,)
Be A.'l). W1LDANKS.
DR. D. A.PAli FOR GREELEY
Pleaae announce me an In-
Ilouie ol the
'Itral Aiacmbly ot thi State
trm nl tirtnAat iinvfirnmont litt.il
to anncunce 7,rinclpl" or hobbT' " "
them,lre. ,PP;r bcJoro ,h'r "'"'uenl'
and dftnd fa b'rre thtJ coul J g,t oflico' 1
l.lia id.oxld do ao now, and will ay to
the roten Jcl"on Vnion, and Alexander
coutea 4"ut awaiting tne uecmon 01 any
mii or "--'
d''. ar'1' 0r8,l! Urown for Vice Prenldent and
fdora'he Clucinnati platform. Iamfrralree
irube and against tbo primary ayatem of
fjcll. men to otMce. I um agalnat the stock
hw IrXhts county and for the repeal of the Ohio
1I91W law. I am lor tho abolishment of the
gnnd Jury to Its lowest constitutional limit., and
tie rovlslm of tho traverse Jury so that lutein-
Knt met shall not be disqualified to sit on It In
cue relony. I am Tor tree traue, t.quai
taxriion, equal representation, and honest men
In.ofTce, even if I have to bo defeated to gat
tm there. V- A. Plana, tf
established in imd
By member of the Society of Jesus, and
Incorporated by an act of the. .State
Legislature in 1832, it has experienced unin
terrupted HuceeKs, and continues to offer tho
Htudcnt even facility for acquiring a thorough
CLASSICAL AND COMMEHCIAI. EDUCATION.
Everv candidate for adrnilon not nomon.
ally acquainted with home one of the Fac
ulty must produce proper testimonials of
goou moral cliaracicr.
iiunctius arc bent three tunes a year to the.
parents or uunrdluns of the mutants, to In
form iiiein ox tue conduct, ueaitn anil
Improvement of their soil!- or wards. An
experienced physician dally vixlts the insti
tution, and the greatest cure ami attention
arc licMowed on the si:k.
Board and tultini, persehslon, ten month
The next ivsslon begins September i!d,
1872. . '
raymmiH iiium 00 mauo tiuartcriy. or
Bcnii-i-inuaiiy, in advance. Catalogues con-
tnllillIT instructions to linrvnla Mini dill inr.
.iii.tiD, ,,111 uu nun i iree on application to
I Rev. J. . Zkalaxd, S. .!.,
President St. Louis Unlvcrsltv. St. Louis,
-nnuos -f) 'J
A floe stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
d p cUacle Particular attcntlou given
UiB Kadi of watch repairing. The public
mn tollciUd to call and compare prices and
MHM. Bote agent for Karl Zimmerman's
lllilWUa watehea. Aa a one watch they
MW nut to any, and excelled by none in
kHkWkt- PMMnuUonwaUhe. a specialty
n ad aua naaisni rx
MARVIN'S ARE THE BEST:
ALUM AND DRY PLASTER
FIRE, BURGLAR & DAMP PROOF.
1" South Canal Street, Chleogo.
IOE I ICE 1 1 ICE 1 1 1
irom Wednesday May 1st, the ico
wagon will canvass the city, to continue
during the summer months. None but
puro northern lako co will bo delivered.
II use, Looms, & Co.
GitocKRiKs, low down, for cash, at T,
"W. Carrico'a now storo, No. 140 "Washing
ton avonue. 7-12 Iwd
0. Hauenbtinj;, Abciiitkct. This
gontleman has established himsolf success
fully In his business in this city. IIo last
year mado tho plans and spocitlcations ol
John Goeckel's, Peter Neil's and II. My
ers' buildings on Ohio Levee, nnd Fred
Theobold's handsomo residenco on corner
Sixth and "Walnut streets; and this year
made the plan of Fetor Cuhl's, Dr. "Ward-
ners, John Koohlor's, Gilbort Brinkmoyer
anubmlth's, and LooKlob's buildings. Ho
alio superintended the erection of all these
buildings, and points to them for proof of
bis ability to do good work in his lino. IIo
mado tho plans and specifications otu pub
lic school building In Metropolis, and of
many other buildings hero and eWowhoro.
lie asks the altontlon of tho public to his
works, und believes ho Is entitled to liberal
DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION
Tbo Liberal Republican voters of tho
16th Congressional Dlstrict are. horoby
notified to meet (en masse) at tbo Court
House, In tho city of Calro,JJuly 23d, at
4 p.m., for tbo purpose of nominating a
candidate to bo voted for at tbo Novembor
election, A. D. 1872. Every Liberal Re
puDlican present will be entitled to a vote
N. L. WlCKWIRK,
Chairman Central Comraitteo
of tbo 18th congressional, district,
ExccLLKNT Weiu beer at the Thalia.
STEMS ABOUT MISCELLANEOUS
Tho ralr ll r'ncin now overy day.
Flgj, iicib, nnd seasonablo fruit all
-6'. W. Carrico, lately of Mound City,
jn'as opened n grocery nnd provision store
in mis city.
Weather rainy street muddy
thermometer indicating 80 lowest for
sorao weeks, yesterday.
Somo of our doalora arc asking 10c.
for 5 tomatoes. Yesterday ovening they
woro soiling out of tho wagons for $2 00
Ono of our compositors mado "pears"
read "peas" are coming Into market, etc.,
in our local yesterday.
Several car loads of timber for tbo
0. & V. R. R. bridge over Cache, have
arrived this week. Mound City Journal.
Meyer & Stoner advertise tlioir abil
ity to excel all tbeir cotempcraries In tho
art of house, sign and steamboat painting.
Shop, in tho Perry House.
Tho man who has any music in his
soul will advertiso in Tux Bulletin, and
have bis job printing dono in Tue Bul
We challenge competition I Wo
will do better and cheaper job printing
than can bo dono in tho West. Wo mean
what wo say. Try us.
A gentleman, In search of tho respon
sible editor of theso local columns, was
yesterday brought to a realizing sense of
the danger such a pursuit involves.
The Mound City 'Journal,' of tho
13th instant, says: " Capt. Rea came
down yesterday from tbo mouth of Green
river with a raft of 2 acres of poplar logs
for tho Cairo box factory."
W. J. Caroy, undertaker, of this city
has bought tho old post oflico building,
and Is fitting it up for his business.
Price paid, wo understand to hnvo been
Olmsted, formily of Cairo, has had
tho bad tasto to sottlo in Golcondn. Who
but Georgo could llvo in Golconda after
tasting the sweets of this lovely city of tho
(depressed) plain 1
Bailey Harrell threatens, In his
house-selling advertisement, tolcave Cairo
soon, but ho won't. Mr. Harrell, out of
Cairo, would be as uncomfortablo as a
flsh out of water.
A lady, on our editorial page, takes
up ber sharp steel pen and appeals to tho
public in behalf of the "fallon sisters,"
upon whom tho police will persist in lay
ing their gobbling hands.
Thero nro but two or three business
places in tho wholo city for rent, nnd
theso will bo occupied in a few days. Thoy
aro vacant only in consequence, of the
former occupants removing to more spa
cious promises in now buildings,
B. S. Harroll advertises his residenco
for sale. Ho has sold his two Commer
cial avenuo lots for $1,100 cash, John Mc-
Nulty being the purchaser. Theso lots
are cheap at tho price, and quite as good
a bargain may be obtain in thopurchoso of
The Hnrrlsburg 'Chroniclo' says:
"Mr. W. A. Peck informs us that tho
first engino for tho Cairo & Vinconnes R,
R. is on tho lino between Car mi and Gray
ville, and in honor of tho president of tho
company, it is called " Gen. Burnsido." '
Tho popular livery stable, of which
Dr. Field, is tho proprietor, is a fixed fact
already. It has obtained a run of the
best patronage of tho city. Tho horsos
and turn-outs aro kopt in good condition
the prices aro low, and tho proprietor's
motto is that of tho young man mentioned
by Longfellow, (tho poot, not the horse)
I. .tanzs, drags its slow longth along.
,'fho cue will not bo civen to tho Jury to
Police Sensational. Yesterday was
a dull day in Squiro Dross1 oflico. Tho
vigilant Myers only succeeded In gallynlp
ping ono unfortunate, vng. for rambling
about tho streets without any vlsiblo
moans of support, according to sec. GO ord,
4, of tho city statutes. This individual re
joiced in tbo rather uncommon namo of
James Zaco. His honor put a cold sweat
on Jccms, whan ho blandly requested from
blm $60 and costs, or 54 days in tho Mc
Halo unfurnished nppartmcnts. But,
added his honor, as ho observed tho torror
of tho poor wrotch, "I will glvo you ono
hour to Icavo tho city." no gathored up
his sbakoo, started on tho doublo quick,
and was out of sight In less timo than n
Thomas cat could lick his car.
Countt Court. Socond day (first
term), his honor, Judgo Bross, presiding
In tho matter of tho ostato of Simon
Harvcll, John Durham, administrator, ap
peared, mado a final roport, and filed re
ceipt of guardian of minor heirs. Ad
In tho matter of the estate of Mnrgarot
Ann Jones, deceased, Itachaol Phlpps,
oxecutrix; bond approved, nnd ordered
that letters testamontary bo Issued,
Flint Evans & Co., vs. Frank Swoboda,
administrator of tho estate of Joseph Swo
boda, deceased. Said parties claimed $101.
89, claim acknowledged; ordered paid;
lth class. Pin, to pay costs.
Ferdinand P. Victor, deceased, Geo.
Victor, administrator. Proof admitted,
ro:orded, and ordered that all claims
against said cstato may be probated du
ring tho prosont torm.
Barclay Hros., vs. same estate, clulm
$23.70; allowed, 7th cluss. C. AVinston
vs. samo estate $47.85; allowed, 7th class.
Dr. H. Wardnorvs. samo, $25.00 ; judg
ment ontorcd fith class. Mary Grover vs.
same, debt assumpsit, $200 not adjudica
ted whilst wo woro present.
In tho matter of tho cstato of John P.
Gibson, doccasod. Proof rendered by
Geo. Fisher, attornoy, of tho dontli of
Fsnny Gibson, ono of tholiulrs for whom
tho sum of $10,01 had boon deposited in
county treasury, ordorod to bo paid from
said treasury for tho benoflt of living heirs
on deceased heir's account. Receipt
In the mutter of Mlchaol Lazono, de
ceased. Proof of notice oxamlned, ap
proved, and ordorod recorded. Further
ordorod that all claims may bo probatod
during this torm.
F. K. Albright, vs. abovo cstato. Pi ft",
not appearing, administratrix, mudo ob
Jectlonto PltTs claim, which was dismissed
at PltTs cost.
James H. Molcalf vs. Goo, Victor, ad
ministrator of Ferdinand P. Victor, claim
$28.36; allowed, 5th class and ordorod to
Circuit Court. The case of Fisk vs.
Winter, liko the final Alexandrian lino of
POLITICAL PEPPER PODS.
WHAT OUR MUNICIPAL STATESMEN AND
LOCAL GREAT MEN ARE BAYING,
THINKING AND DOING.
Mr. Petor Saup announces this morn
ing his determination to bo n candidato
for 3horlff of this county in tho pending
canvass. Mr. Saup Is an nctlve nnd en
terprising citizen, and Is probably the
most formidable candidato that could bo
put into the Held against Mr. Irvin. If
ho should bo oloctcd (which contingency
Is not n probability by any means), he
would no doubt, mako a competent and
Tho' Sun' vory properly objects to
'J. B. B.," or any other correspondent of
tho ' Gazutto ' or any othor papor, " blast
1 ing alitor. H. B. Thayer, because in n
1 letter to tho 'Sun ' a fow days since, ho
' intimated that Greoloy republicans were
scarce in tho northern part of tho state."
If " J. B. B." know ltov. U. II. T. as inti
mately as wo know him as tho 1 Sun '
knoivs him "J. B. B. " would shrink
from tho intimations he has flung at Ruv.
H. B. T. The fact is, Rev. II. B. T. likos
bis joke, and knows ns much about n good
joko as ho knows littlo about politics, and
bis lettor to tho 'Sun' was intended as
ono of his best jokes. That "J. B. B."
did not drop in this fact is "J. B. B.'s"
fault. Tho joko of tho loiter Is palpable.
It lies on the surfaco; und if "J. B. B."
will read it again carefully, ho will no
doubt, see this fact with his naked eye.
Why, any porson who read Rov. II. B. T's.
letter attentively must, if ho can "take in"
and appreciate, tho quiet, satirical
humor flowing through it, como to tho
conclusion that tho honrt of II. B. T. is
wrapped up in tho honoit old hat of the
phllosophor of Chappaqua. Rov. II
B. T. is, in short ono of tho honest Rcpub
In the last number of tho 'Gazette
we found tho following :
Tho Cairo 'Democrat.1 while under tho
control of John H. Oberly, Esq., cause
lessly denounced tho Rev. 1. J. Shores, as
an "ignorous and dangorsomo man." On
moro than ono occasion, too, nnd at times
when Mr. Shores was consistently pursu
ing tho even tenor of his Christian way,
Mr. Oborly "papered him" ns an "oleagin
ous blatbcrskito" and "rectangular section
afa solid hypothonuse." During all this
timo, wo maintained an editorial connec
tion with the 'Domocrat;' but that Mr.
Oborly's uncalled for and persistent de
nunciation of Mr. Shores met stinging re
proofs at our hands, and for a time seri
ously marred tho friendly relations between
Mr. Oberly and ourself, wo aro nblo to
provo by donn l'. i agln, Jioxley .nag
unicuttlo. Captain Samuol B. Ilumbloton
and Culpepper Uutpuree.all of whom main
taincd businoss connections with tho
democrat, und heard us mors than onco
nay, fifty tlmos beseech Mr. Oberly
to "lot Mr. Shoros nlono ;" and especially
not to avail himself of our sido of tbo
paper to vohiclo his vituperation to the
public eyo. But what did Mr. Oborly do ?
II 0 tauntingly told us to omigrnto to "tbo
domain 01 the triuentiaiied boss 01 tuo
sulphurous regions" and then straight
wav nourcd out othor vials of wrath tinnn
tho devoted hoad of his uncomplaining
victim I Theso oft-repeated porsonal as
saults finding voice on tbo bide of tho pa
por of which we wero tho ostensible editor,
Mr. Shores naturally enough charged them
to our account; nnd ilr. Uborly having
fulled to "lift tho veil," tho Revorond
gentleman remains under tho samo er
roneous impression to this day clasping
an uuoriyucporcupinoio ms broau bosom,
in fond dallianco as n friend, while ho
repulses in anger and in scorn, tho
Hurrellothlc lamb, "whoso fleece is white
as snow." 'Tisn't right I
Tho author of tho abovo is a man by
tho name of M. B. Harrell. Wo know
tho author personally. During tho tenth
of a century, "or thereabouts," and until a
moment since, ho wag our most intimate
porsonal friend ; but all that is ended now,
and ho may expoct, when next ho crosses
our path, to bo required to defend his life
from tho vindictive assault wo intond to
mako upon him. While that gentleman
was associated with us in tho 'Democrat'
we hold ourself up beforo his gazo as a
model of truthfulness, and endeavored, in
every possible way, to win him from tho
habit of tolling whoppors, into which ho
had fallon by association witli Lon Faxon
and himsolf. Wo struggled with him ; but
all In vain. On every possiblo occasion ho
would attack, In an outragoous manner, ns
ho still continues to do, tbo Rov. Mr.
Shores. And what was worse still, ho
would glory in his shamo. IIo
would mako an assault on Mr.
Shores and then complacontly smilo
at his own skill in blackening tho
roputation of such an ostlmnblo citizen.
But now, what do wo behold 1 This sumo
Harroll deliberately charges that all tho
abuso that ho heaped upon our friend
camo from our pen! Ho actually doclarcs
that It was Oberly, who, with presump
tuous acldibillty, and in tbo light of tho
amp of oleaginous oxporloncc, which
filckorod In tho fitful breozos of doubt,
liko a reed sliaken in tho wind that It
was wo who woro responsible for Harroll's
own indlscernablo and incomprehensible
aye, almost rudo yoa, evon boisterous,
wanderings from that which only tho puro
of heart liko ourself, could comprohond
and admiro in tho strong
Herculean mind of tho highly
intellectual colored man who presided
then and prosldos now (In a new building)
over tho destinies of tho First Colorod
Missionary Uaptlst church of Cairo. This
being tho fuel, wo desire to be understood
as not wishing to continue to fasten Har
roll to our soul as with hooks of stool.
Wo thirst for rovonge, and denounce him
now ns tho samo who, unbeknown to us,
is another, who dares not, with tho cour
ogo ofn man, tnko It up or knock it off
our pugillistic shoulder.
CAIRO & VINOENNES RAIL ROAD.
On Monday afternoon last, wo paid a
visit to tho ofilco of tho Cairo & Vinoennos
railroad company, nnd wero courteously
furnished by tho worthy Suporintondent,
Chas. O. Wood, Esq., with somo lntorest
cstlng particulars, which wo sorvo up to
our renders, respecting tho work on the
Work is progressing very favorably.
Tho bridgo over Cacho rlvor Is being put
up by Mr. Hamilton, contractor, of Toledo,
Ohio, a gontloman who Is well known as nn
eminent, practical mechanic. 12,000 tons
of iron rails, aro now nt Mound City;
also, a largo amount of fish bars, spikes,
etc., nnd track laying from Mound City,
north, will commenco nbout tho 1st of
August. Local freight and passenger do
pots will bo built somawhero in tho vicin
ity of 20th stroot. Tho cnglno house, ma
chino shops, etc., will be located just out
sldo tho III. Central railroad track, on tho
river, nbovo the Cairo elevator. Piles for
bridges havo been put in at nearly all
crossings of creeks, etc., betwoon Cairo
and Caledonia, throe pile drivers being nt
work on that section of tho road.
Work on tho tunnel is advancing much
better than was expected, being pushed
forward day and night, by two gangs of
laborers. Up to Friday morning last,
Mr. Douglass, tbo energetic contractor,
had penetrated the bed on tho north ond
tho distance of 140 feet, nnd 110 feet on
tho south end. From present prospocts,
thorcforc, it may bo confidently expected,
without tho shadow of 11 doubt that tho
cars will bo running by tho 1st day of
November Just in timo to celebrate tbo
Philosopher' presidential advent. Cairo
will enjoy a feast of good things nil in a
lump, about Novembor, you know.
IT IS A POLITICAL FACT
n religious fact a moral fact n scien
tific fact a fact indlsputablo, that P.
SAUP lias on hand, nt his popular To
iiAcco and Cioau Store, tho best brands
of all kinds Tobacco nnd Cigars.
Tho two remaining stores in Budcrs
now brick block nro being finished insido
in a handsomo manner, nnd aro already
let onu of them for a clothing establish
ment and tbo other for u wbolctala candy
establishment. Theso facts speak well
for Cairo enterprise, nnd is commendatory
of tho proprietor's spirit nnd pluck. It is,
moreover nn example worthy of imitation
by.cvery capitalist of our city.
P. Salt's popular Tobacco and Cigar
Storo Is located on Commercial avenue,
between Sixth and Seventh streets, and
marked by the uniquo sign of " the Girl of
Ills. Centhal R. It., Co. )
agent's office, July 10, l72. j
I am now propnred to give rates and
sign bills of lading to points on. the Miss.
7-17tf. James Johnson, Agent.
Lost or stolen On Wednesday 11th
inst., a Porcelain Picture, tied up in n
pasteboard box about four inches square.
Tho finder will confor n great favor, and
rocoivo a suitable reward by leaving it nt
this oflico; or tbo tbiof, to whom tho pic
ture Is of no uso, will not be questioned if
ho will return it to Tub Bulletin otfico,
Ir you wish to indulgo in n delicious
cigar, patronize P. Saup, Commercial uve
nuo. If you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipos, tobacco pouche?, etu.,
go to P. Suup's popular Tobacco and
Dr. Waiidner has removed his oflico
from tho rooms over tho old post oflico
building, to rooms over Artor s storo. on
Commercial avenuo oppoaltoSchub's drug
storo, whero ho may bo found during tbo
usual business hours, except when profes
sionally absent. His residenco is on tho
corner of Mnctcenth 6trcct and Washing
ington avenue, near tbo court house.
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vessel saves
nearly liulf tho fuol and 16 por cent
weight which is lost in cooking tho old
way. bold by A. Unlloy C-201m
Fivo Hundred teams on tho Cairo nnd
Vincennos R. R. at St 00 por day. Also.
600 men; wages 2 00 por day. Apply
to A. W. Miller, Contractor, Caledonia,
Pulaski county, Ills. 7-15dlw.
The Liberal Republicans of Union,
Jackson- and Aloxundor counties, com
prising tho 15th senatorial district, nro ro
qucstotd to meet in mass convention nt
tho court house, in tho city of Cairo, July
23d, at 5 o'clock p. m., for tho purpose of
nominating a candidato for stato senator
and candidates for tbo legislature, to bo
voted for nt tho Novembor olectlon A. D.
1872. Every liberal republican present
will bo entitled to n vote.
By ordor of district liberal republican
tf. John Antrim, Chairman.
NOTICE TO PAINTERS.
1 will, until 12 M. of Thursday tho 18th
inst,, roccivo bids from parties desiring to
contract for tho painting of my new busi- J
ncss house on Ohio lnvco. A full descrip
tion of tho work enn bo had by calling on
mo nt my storo on Ohio levco.
dtd. P. Cuhl.
SYMPTOMS OF LIVER COM
PLAINT AND OF SOME OF THE
DISEASES PRODUCED BY IT.
A sallow or yollotr color of skin, or
j olio wish brown spots on faco nnd other
parts of body j dullness and drowsiness
with frcquont hendacho; dliszlnoss, blttor
or bad tasto In mouth, drynoss of throat,
and intornnl heat; palpitation, in many
cases a dry teasing cough, witiisoro throat,
unsteady appotite, a raising of food, nnd n
choking sensation In throat; distress,
hcnvlnoss, or bloated or full feeling nbout
stomach nnd sides, pain in sides, back or
breast, and about shouldors , colic, pain
and sorcnoss through bowels, with heat;
constipation, alternating with frcquont at
tacks of dinrrlivn ; piles, flatulonce, nor vous
uoss, coldness of cxtromllios ; rush of blood
to head, with symptoms of apoplexy,
numbness of limbs, especially at night;
cold chills nltornntlng with hot flashes,
kidney and urinary difficulties; fcmnlo
weakness and irregularities, with dullness)
low spirits, unsociability and gloomy fore
bodings. Only n fow of tho abovo
symptoms nro likely to bo presont In any
caso nt one time. All who uso Dr.
Pierco's Goldon Medical Discovery for
Llvor Complaint and its complications aro
loud In its praiso. Sold by all druggists
Mr. Komp, Balmer 61 Weber's piano
tunor of St. Louis is in our city, and will
remain with us n fuw days to do work of
that kind. Mr. K. Is n flno tuner, such a
ono wo do not hnvo w:th us vory ofton, and
thoso wishing to havo tholr pianos tuned
will do well to embrnco tills opportunity.
IIo Is ulso u regular tuner from tho oldest
and ono ol the most reliablo musical
houses in tho West and will visit this
city from two to threo times n year. Mr.
Curtice knows .M r. Kemp to bo no " dead
beat, " but n tuner of tho vory first order.
Ordors can bo left at .Mr. Ourtlco's music
rooms nt tho cornurof Washington avenuo
und Fourteenth street, or nt Rockwell A:
Co's book storo. 7-17U.
THE LITTLE KENTUOKIA.V,
No. 63 Ohio levee, is the place where
thoy keep tho freshest fish and game, and
tho finest wine, liquors nnd cigars, to bo
found in tho city. Dinucr only twenty
Uvo conts. Open day and night, ut nil
hours. J. K. Park, Proprietor.
Wm. Eblcrs, ut his shop on Twentieth
street, opposite tho Court Houso hotel, Is
manufacturing boots nnd shoo, of ovory
stylo und variety, warrantod to glvo per
fect satisfaction. He keeps genuine French
cnlf and gives his customers all ho prom
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho sample room
has received tbo appointment of agent for
the sale of tho Hammondsport, N. Y., Ur
bunn Wino Company's wines In this city.
If the bottlo with which wo have been
favored is n sample of tbo quality of theso
winos, then wo nro prepared to say that
thoy nre among tho best wo havo over
tasted. Ho bus just received a largo con
signment, which ho is prepared to sell ut
tho lowest figures. Ho has also n l. w a
largo and complete stock ol tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
J. J. Anderson .S: Co, gas fitters, CI
Ohio Leven, ovor Lonergan & Cunning
bams, feed store, do all kinds of steam nnp
gas fitting cheupor than tho cheapest, nnd
guuranteo porfoct tatUfaction in every in
stance If thoy do not please thoy will
not charge Givo them u trial. They
know their business perfectly. Remember
tho plnco 01, Ohio Levee. 6-31
Weiss beer constantly on hand nt tho
Thalia saloon. 0-21dtf
Blankknuurq ahead I Wines nnd Ci
gars I oldest and choicost, at tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite tho Post Oflico.
Finest of Liquors, Free Lunchos nnd mu
sic ovory duy. Tho groat Liberal and
Domocrntlc,Grooly & Brown drlnko Wkis
Beer, Is mado a specialty, nnd Frodpridos
himsolf upon keeping tho freshest nnd
coolest in tho ctly. Lemonades the cold
est, mixed drinks and muslo tho finest
Go there. C-27tf
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th streot
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared to accommodate tho public with
board by tho day, week or month, nt lowor
rates, than any othor first-class houso in
tho city. Tim rooms nro all well fur
nished, light and uiry, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. The houso is located In tho cen
ter of tho business pari of tho y within
ono square of tho post office. 4-9-tf
Having refurnished tills well known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
streot, near tho post office, the proprie
tress would inform tho public that she
is prepared to aecornmodato tho public
with first-class board nnd well furnished,
well ventihttod rooms on tho most reason
ablo terms. Amplo preparations havo
boon mado to accommodate nn unlimited
number of day bourdors. Patronago so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Gaffnev.
Heavy Ring, glass Fruit Jars, (tin top)
quarts $1.25 nnd half gallons, $2 por doz.
Genuino "Mason Improved," Fruit Jars,
(gluss top, self sealers,! quarts $2. und half
gallons $3 per dozen. Host W. G. (iron-
stono china) plates nnd teas, CO cents per
sot. line goblets, only 10 cents apiece.
Othor goods in proportion, ut
Parsons, Davis & Co.V.
C-15-t,f 6 nnd 7 Tenth street.
Go to "Wm. Ehler's. on Twentieth
street, for your flno custom mndo boots
and shoes. You can't do bettor. Try
Burnett's Steam Cooklni Vessol Is wur-
rnntcd to cook nuickor and better than
any vossol In use, for salo at A. Halloy's
Best Wolss beer nt the Timlin. 6-21td
IjegC. Hanny wishes tho
public to bo informed that ho
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as oxtonsivo as any in tne
Southwest, and that ho is de
termined to soli ovory article
at prices Lowor than tho Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. Ho
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
Monday Evening, July 10, 1872.
Tho gonoral market is unchanged, and
vory dull. Advices from bolow givo de
clining markets nnd littlo demand. Pro
visions nro advancing and firm.
Freights nro steady and unchanged.
Tho wenthor Is ihowory and cooler.
Tho following quotations represent sales
from first hands, on lovoo, unless other
wise stated. In smnll lots and in filling
orders tho higher prices must bo paid.
FLOUR. Heavy and dull. Tho or
dor shows n slight Improvement, but thero
Is no shipping domnnd. Prices aro weak
and tho tendency Is downward. 200 bbls.
in small lots, on ordors, brought $0 00 to
10 00, according to grado; 60 bbls. Clioico
Family sold at $9 SO, 300 bbls. various
grades, on orders, $0 2G9 60, and 200
bbls. various grades brought $0 000 26
WHEAT Tho prices to-day reported
by tho City Mills, arc, on No. 1 White,
$1 30; No. 2 White, $1 25; No. 1 Red,
SI 25; No. 2 Red, $1 20; Mediterranean,
$1 16. Damp or tough wheat is unsalea
ble. HAY. Very dull. Receipts light, but
in excess of demand. 1 car Clioico
Mixed sold nt $17 00, on orders; 1 car
Clioico Mixed, delivered, brought $18 00
1 car Clioico Timothy, sold at $20 00, dc
liveroJ, and 1 car Mixed, delivered,
brought $10 00.
CORN. Is dull and unchanged.
Advices from Now Orleans show a docilno
of two conts on tbo busbol and a quiet
markot. Thero is no shipping demand
WHITE CORN. 3 cars sold in sacks
on ordors at Co els, 3 cars In bulk on track
sold at 49 cl, 7 cars In bulk at 50 ct, and
( car In bulk at 48$c&l9 cts.
MIXED CORN. 2 cars and 3 cars
sold In sacks, delivered at CO cts, 2 car in
bulk on track brought 41 cts, and A car
nd 1 car sold In sack delivered at$0 cts.
OATS. Very dull. Receipt nro light
but there is very littlo demand, and tho
market I fully tupplled, our reports
of sales, aro comprised in 4 cars, of mixed,
2 of which sold In sacks, at 35 cts, 1 in
sacks at 30 cts, delivered, and 1 car In
bulk on track brought 29 cl.
CORN MEAL. Tho market is easy,
with h fair stock on hand. Prices are un
changed. 200 bbls " Evening Star " City
31111s, Steam Dried brought $3 00 deliv
ered, 100 bbls steam dried sold at $2 90
dolivored, 150 bbls steam dried on orders,
brought $t 10, 300 bbls steam dried de
livered sold at $3 00, 100 bbls Klin dried,
of nn Inferior quality brought $2 CO, 200
bbls Kiln driwl, good, sold nt $2 85, and
200 bbls Kechers Caloric sold on privato
HUTTKR.-Strlctly choico is In activo
demand at quotations. Common Is dull,
and unsaleable. Sales reported sinco last
rcvlow consist of 10 Packages Cboico
Northern at 19c. C Packairos Extra "cllt
edgo" broucht 23c. 12 Packages and 8
packages, and 200 lbs, cholco Northern
old nt 20c.
EGGS. Dull at 10c. for fresh. Tho
stock is damaged by the hot weather. A
largo number havo been dimosed of In tbn
last tew days, by being emptied into tho
river. .No snics to noto.
CHICKENS. Wo noto a dull, an-ijn-activo
makct for old chickens of all kir.Ai.
Spring chickens, good ones, aro In activo
uemnnd, and scarce at $2 50 to 3 00 fi
FRUIT. Is quite plenty for tho sea
son No Oranges or Lemons in tho mar
ket, prices rulo previously quoted.
PROVISIONS.-Aro activo, firm and
advancing, tho supply it light. No
country cured in the market. Tho Job
bing prices may bo found by referring to
our quotations under this hoad.
SACKS. Rcsowcd Gunnies 18J10i,
Corn Burlaps, 2 Bus. Ea, 18e. Improv
ed Gunnies, 2 Hushol, 21c. Oats Bur
laps, 5 Bushel 23c. Cotton seamless bags,
35 to 38c. each.
POTATOES AND ONIONS.-Tho
Local demand I supplied by wagons from
tho country. There is no shipping call,
and wo can give no established pricos.
BRAN. No demand. No sales re
ported. LIME. Sells in lots nt $1 25 bbl.
CEMENT. Largo quantities are han
dled hero at $2 00 $ bbl.
PLASTERING HAIR.-Is selling at
wholo sale at 35c. "J bushel.
On yostorday afternoon we visited tbo
now dentistry of Dr. W. P. Williams,
(successor to Dr. A. M. Austin,) in NotTs
now brick building on Eighth street, re
moved from Dr. Austin's old stand on
Commercial avenuo. Dr. Williams has
already acquired an excellent roputatlfcr;
as n Bkilled nnd successful dentist, ns woll
ns for a genial nnd trcntlomnnlv chnractor
of high standing, nnd has irlvon entiro
sntlsfaetlon to all who havo hithorto re
quired his services. IIo desires to roturn
thanks for tho patronatro which has thus
enabled him to keep up with tho public
demand, and which is nliko orcditablo to
his enterprise and professional ability ns
to tho appreciation of them by his fellow
townsmon. Dr. Williams now occupies
nn elegant euito of apartments on tho
second story of tho afore mentioned flno
building. Tho rccoiption nnd operating
rooms nro woll and neatly furnished,
whilst tho laboratory possesses all tbo ap
pliances thnt modern science can furnish
In tho dontal lino. IIo Is fully prepared
thoroforo to porform all dontnl oporntions
at his usual rcusonnblo rotes. Dr. A. M,
Austin will return to Cairo on tho 1st of
Septombor to remain. Thnt gentleman Is
to becomo tho partner of Dr. Williams In
the practice of his profession. 7-lOdtf
For Sale, My residenco on 8th stroot.
Tho house contains soven largo rooms, and
Is In evory rcspoct In complalo repair.
Will bo sold at a bargain, ns I expoct to
lonvo Cairo soon.
7-10 Ot. B. S. Harrell.
(Sun plenso copy Ot.)
City NAtlonnl Itank Bnlldlstir.
as-Hpeclal attention paid to order from atean
boats night ordar