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MMITASL1 OF TIB ILUKOtl CBXTBAL B. .
Oa M titer undar, If a; 1Mb, ml, the folle
itsatubU UI forera tht arrlTal and depart
r of pMttMir tnlM at Calrot
Cr Mall traia. dally S.0a.m.
Kx proas, daily X-Wp.ni.
irrM-Mail, dally Ua.m.
Kxpr.. ....... . 3.U p-tn
Oalto ud 8t. Louli Short Line.
No chif of errr from Cairo lo St. LonU. !o
ha o?rn lrom Cairo to Chicago. Kleanl
ITMrta Room steeping can on atfht train.
tu-ae checked to til important twiou.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Wc are authorixed to announc VTILLIAX
HART7.EI.L. of Randolph cuaty. as car--dldate
for Cotuire from the Etftile-mh Vl
trict, subject to tht decision of tht Demo
cratic pomlrutlaf OnrtBtion. 7-ftA.
We aw authorixed to annoriTie COl- R,
R.TOWNES a a candidate fw Senator in
this Senatorial lirirt.
Wc art authorUcd to annonne JOHN O
1LIRMAN a a candidal- for Ctrcnlt Clerk of
Ale sandtr county, at the enwvlTie election In
CATttO DAILY BULLETIN WlteOAV, JULY 19, 1872.
From NVoafteTdivy May Iti, ihc Ice
dragon "wiR canvass flic city, to continue
dcrinp, Ihe summer month, None, but
pore northern lake, oe -will V delivered
Htui, lioovrs A Co.
lMWftnto'mWc, Ttntlrtt fcwtMtwsr.
Grcvxmta, low flown, for cash, t T
VT. Carrioo'i new store, No. 10 Washing
ton avenue, MtlW
Witt maka thro Ulpa dally.
Mima moixs cm
At 1:301 ,i P m.
At t p.m.
Will laud, whan hailed, at any rood tatetmedtate
kndisgior paaaeageraor ireignv. dot m.
Tht splendid steamer
FOR COUNTY ATTORNRY.
We are authorited to annonnoe H. XT.
WEBB. ESQ- a a candidate for Cotmty At
torney, at the engine Nocrrrter election.
We are authorired to annonnee rETER
SALT a a candidate for aeriC at tht enu
Inp Xo emVer election.
We arc authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IRVIN a a candidate for rc-cJcctioa
to the office of she tiff of Alevaudcr county.
Bbh. Howard Capt.
M A nRIOHAM. H. D
l It l:0PATHICPhJician and Burgeon, or-
I Sec 1S6 Commercial nue. Kildnc on
Tonth trei inr,aoor wri oi v nvuuu
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
,FFICB-0r M. J. McGaalej'i dm nort.
bw corner uonroereiiu ,cuu .ii
WILLIAM R. SMITH. M. D.
ESIDENCE No. 2t Thirteenth tret, be-
u commercial aTenur. up mim.
(J. W. DUNNING, M. D.
OMIDENCK cornerNinth and Walnut ila,
rVOftlce corner Sixth atreet and Ohio leroe.
Otic houra from 6 a.m. to 12 m., and 9 p.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
REHIDENCECorner NlneUenth atreet anl
Wahlnton arenue, near court liouae. Of.
llciiOTer Arler's Grocery Store, Office Hours from
10 a. in. to 12 m. and lrom 2 to 4 p. m.
Our Homo Advertisers.
P. Gr. Schllh
DR. D. A. PARKER FOR GREELEY
Etnn Bcttrtt. ntt aasjcreec lain,
dependent candid! tor li!vlcr In the lever
Hou ol the Geseral AiaNy ct tht S use
At men in the data ot hont coTtrcment had
to aencuoce their prinelpl or hobbr, a U ai
themtelrea, and appear belore their eoaibtaat
and defend them before they could get cece, I
bellerethejr ftoulddo ao now, aod will it? to
the rotera of Jackton, Union, and Atexan&r
countief , without availing the decinon of any
man or party, I am for uorace Greeley for Presi
dent, and II. Grata Urown for Vice President and
endorae the Cluclnnati platform. I am for a tree
crub raca and afalntt the primary tyttem of
electing men tooOce. I am agalmt the ttock
law in thti county and for the repeal of the Ohio
liquor law, I am tar the abolUhment of the
grand Jury to Ita loweat cont tltutional llmlti, and
the reTltton of the trarene Jury ao that Intelli
gent men shall not be diaqualifled to lit on It In
cue of felony. I am for free trade, tqaal
taxation, equal representation, and honest men
n .office, eren if I hare to be defeated lo gat
them there. D- A. Paaaia. tf
-V,t. Hum! Ni fftys -aV.-o Uv
Vwnr. vfH to foNh IkVUio, Momcl
-.ta?- vtV 1w, VR
C H AVKVbTi ATtPHtrrtT -Tl ' v ft ct ok tt ttrt VsH.-.
gontloman hut nuYlishtd lilmsolf uwr . - t. iv. Tor Vvvirv-ok irrie the
folly in his VuslncM in tlii oily. Ho KM i V W MV ?or Ooniy
year mtide tht pluns finfi srociOcfi'Iotit A fwX We Ye. Hl
,lohn Gnv-VoV. Tolor NofTt unfl Tl ty- i-vva of f.s! vml yoiais
or Voliainp on Olile 7.tvc, tnfl Fro j v, jv VYx Jmvtw hi a AotoU
j Thoohom't li.n,lJOinc resilience on ( " jh
i SiUh and Wslntit street, hnfi tb yeir j itUi, waw. .We a in
maSttht flsn ! Toter CuA U v.c. tV choral
Tier s John TCoehlor'a, flheri 'Rrit.Vin'er . . Y tWcl ti,e vvtie? cJf
and Smith s uv& lttA' ltWlnf.-. Be !t1( kV vtJ t4 tVe l.vrt
alv ftTvciUonfioa tht crNtrlot- tfi UMt jK-vAi u ,-vve 4 the r.t ofllS
V-sttdir cv. arsi rvrtt to them for KJJuiv tw Vix vy rrulsc.
; Lis aXv to 0 poo v.rL t. V tit,. St 1 .v.t.t he)i Vrs V l
raa.it tht pJar,s ar-i sj-ooitoatjon a 7S ! -. IW;vrtx.'liSfirl rMUa.
, ucK-i.vJ rildtr.c la Xrto-yviK vnl fcc lt tW vvvtto to h
; many tfe; taiUtep 4 thvr At Twiay.
j He asVs tb-e atttaU.-c. ttf the ricto i v.. k.i . K-i-kt
. v. ... v., s Ote.vfccr fnowds ha had a Night
. ioa Kc to has. H frirsvf that the
S 1, o o o, o o o
GRAM) GIFT CONCERT
IN AID OF THE
UBLIC LIBRARY KENTUCKY
AT LUVISVILLE, KY.
Bv authority in the net of tho LeirUlattirn
incorporating' the Public Llbrarj- of Ken
tucky, the Trustees will give their
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT
In the great hall of the Public Library,
lllltMlnrr fn f .nlllfit'llh. ITv nn
Saturday, September 28, 1872.
100 OOO TICKETS OF ADHIHMIOX
will be iMued at 810 each; half tickets $5;
quarter tickets f J.60; 11 whole tickets for
v.w, fJ IUI , w lui ciiuv. lliilUJ (l.WVp
2S5 for 2,f)00 ; VVo for .'i.00i). No discount
on icss man teiuu worm or ticKets at a time.
$500,000 in Currency
will be given to the holders of tickets by dis
tribution by lot of ONE THOUSAND
uir js, as ioiiows:
LIST OF OUTS.
One Gkand Gut, Cash $100,000
U.SE UHANI) UllT, CABII 60,000
i -i,wo casn
1 20.000 "
4 Gilts of ii.000 each
15 " 1,000
20 " 'J00 "
21 " 600 "
23 " 700 "
35 000 "
5 " &00 "
W U0 "
C9 " WJ0 " .
100 " 200 " .. ..
012 ' 100 "
a toe atock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
iCUCies. I'anicuiar uurmiuii hmcu
lof watcn rcpainng. me jmuiic
id to call and compare prices and
W afeni lor nan .inuiieruiun a
watches. A a line vatcb they
jay, and excelled by none IB
iRIMnuuon waicucs a specialty
Total, 1,000 Glft, all Cah . yj0,000.
The Hon. Thos. E. Ilramlutte. late L'over.
nor of Kcutucky, ha consented to retirocnt
the Trustees in the inauui't-inent of lhl.
ond Grand Gift Concert, and he will pen-on.
vii) rev inn me uiuncy irumiiiu sale ol tick
et is deported with the Treaiurer. that tin-
drawing U fairly conducted, uud the gilts
juni) ananivu ami iiromimy paiu.
The drawing will take place In public, in
mi tiv ui me uuuieiice, unu uuuer Ule ml-
mediate sutien iiou and direction of the of-
tlcers and Trustees of the Public Llbrarj'
of Kentucky, and thn fnllrminir n.itnril fml.
iient and ifiainterctted citizens, who bavi-
coiuented to be preterit and tec that all b
tatriy none. :
lion. 31. it. Hardin, Judge Court Appeals,
Hon. .1. Proctor Knott, late 31. C. Lcb'n His
trict. Hon. H. W. Bruce, Judge Ninth Judicial
Gen. Ell II. 31urray, (J. S. 3!aihal, District
Hon. T. B. Cochran, Chan. Lou. Chan. Court.
Hon. E. D. Standlford. President Funncr
and Drovern' Bank.
Hon. John Barbee, Manager Royal Insur
ance Co.. Livcrnool.
Col. Phil. Lee, Com. Att'y Ninth Judicial
Dr. C. Graham, founder Graham Cabinet.
Col. JIIon P. Johnson, 3lauagcr Gait House.
Dr. T. 6. Bell, Prof. .Medical University.
Hon. S. G. Baxter, 3Iayor LouUtille.
lion. T. L. Ilunictt, City Attorney.
Henry Woll'ord, Treasurer Louisville.
i. w, israunin, rresiucnt Jianuracturers'
Phllllll .llllll'i'. fifllio I vnl.vlll,. Ilntn Cr,
James Bridgeford, President 2d National
Vv.0',1'.' w''lps. Prop'r Wlllard Hotel,
u (",:'10"",,0. President Traders' Bank.
11. Melor Newcomb, tirm or Newcomb,
lluchiinati A; Co.
..!t'w,,,'!:" "ennan Bank.
Ainlrew Graham, Tobacco and Cotton 3Ier-
. orlu Green. I.. - c si.
ol. Rose, Adam, Kxtiros Co.
a .. , 'M1.-"iiAMi.Krri:,
tarclrculars, giving full particulars, sent
i application. 7-Hld2ti.
DISTRICT CONOXtSMOyAL CV
The Liberal Reputlicaa tv
ISth Conjreifjlonal Diiirkt ar hVy
notified to meet tit n:i) at the CeurS
House, in the city of Cairo, July '-3d. at
p. for the purpose of cociinati&g a
candidate to ta voted for at the November
election, A. D. 1S72. Every Liberal Re
puolican present will be entitlel to a vote
N. L. WlCRWtRE,
Chairman Central Committee
of tho ISth congreiiional4 district.
Excillkxt Weiss beer at the Thalia.
IT IS A POLITICAL FACT
a religious fact a moral fact a scien
tific fact a fact indisputable, that P.
SAUP has on hand, nt his popular To
bacco and Cioar Store, tho best brands
of all kinds Tobacco and Cigars.
The two remaining stores in Buders
new brick block are being finished insldo
in a handsome mannor, and are already
let one of them for a clothing establish
ment and the other for a wholesale candy
establishment. These facts speak well
for Cairo enterprise, and is commendatory
of the proprietor's spirit and pluck. It is,
moreover an eiamplo worthy of imitation
by .every capitalist of our city.
P. Saut's popular Tobacco and Cigar
Storo is located on Commercial avenue,
between Sixth and Seventh streets, and
marked by tho unique sign of " the Girl of
Ills. Central It. B., Co. )
Agent's Office, July 10, 1872. J
I am now prepared to give rates and
sign bills of lading to points on the Miss.
7-1 "tf. James Johnson, Agent.
Lost or stolen On "Wednesday 11th
Inst., a Porcelain Picture, tied up in u
pasteboard box about four inches square.
The finder will confer a great favor, and
receive a suitable reward by leaving it at
this office; or tho thief, to whom the pic
ture is of no use, will not bo questioned if
he will return It to The Bulletin office.
If you wish to indulge in a delicious
cigar, patronize P. Saup, Commercial ave
nue. If you with good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
Dr. Wardner has removed his office
from the rooms over tho old post office
building, to rooms over Arter's store, on
Commercial avenue oppositoSchuh's drug
store, where ho may be found during tho
usual business hours, except when profes
sionally absent. His residence is on the
corner of Nineteenth street and Washing
ington avenue, near the court bouse.
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vessel saves
nearly half tho fuel and 15 per cent
weight which is lost in cooking tho old
way. Sold by A. Halley C201m
Fivo Hundred teams on tho Cuiro and
Vlncenncs B. B. at St 00 per day. Also,
600 men; wages S2 00 per day. Apply
to A. W. Miller, Contractor, Caledonia,
Pulaski county, Ills. 7-lCdlw.
THE NEW" SYSTEM.
GROCERIES HETAILED AT WHOLESALE
AT H. C. TIIIELECKE'S STORE.
WASHINGTON AVENUE, ItETWEEN TENTH
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
50 lbs. DRV Cuba Sugar for - - $5 00
10 " " " ... i 00
0 lbs. A coffoo Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 11 Prime Bio Cotl'eo for - - 1 00
aj " Choice " " - - 1 00
8 " Old Government Java - - 1 00
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods now, and full weight gireu, Call
Tho Liberal Republicans of Union,
Jackson and Alexander counties, com
prising the 15th senatorial district, aro ro
questctd to meet in mass convention at
tho court house, in tho city of Cairo, July
23d, at 5 o'clock p. in,, for the purpose of
nominating a candidate for state senator
and candidates for tho legislature, to bo
voted for at tho November olecllon A. D.
1872. Every liberal republican present
will bo entitled to u vote
By order of district liberal republican
tf. John Antrim, Chairman.
NOTICE TO PAINTERS.
1 will, until 12 M. of Thursday tho 18th
Inst., receive bids front parties desiring to
contract for tho painting of my now busi
ness houso on Ohio lnvco. A full descrip
tion of tho work can bo had by calling on
ma at my storo on Ohio levec.
did. P. Cum..
f jtvxairatfcw t. ."er is this district by
irxTWN t tit Lirral-lxmvvrtic cxisvenllo&i, shall,
.er cf the , prettecs to the time of nsee'.ins, play the
"Ulv-kery. chieVory, dock.
The mouf ran up the cKvk. etc.."
to decide which shall present himself for
the nemlnitioa. The proposition may
not meet with the approbation it merits,
but, nevertheless, possesses the charm of
novelty. All three arc about even as to
The Grant negroes have organized a
political club and are now procuring uni
forms and torches. At the meetings of
this club the most incondiary speeches
have been made, and threats against tho
ife of any colored man who may see
proper to prefer tho old abolitionist, Gree
ley, to the stolid Grant, are freely in
dulged in. A short time ago, a negro
named Pete Conway, employed nt tho
Delmonico Hotel, harangued tho club, and
asserted that all Greeley negroes should
bo treated with violence and that the col
ored minister, Rev. 31 r. Shores, should be
run out of town. Other members of the
club participate in these lawless senti
ments, und we have heard them threaten
that they would not only take oif Shores'
Greeley hat but also his head. In such a
condition of tho negro mind it requires
tho greatest possiblo moral heroism to face
this spirit of mobbisui and advocate Gree
ley against Grant, and very few negroes
havo the courage. 31 r. Shores has thus
far stood up against tho pressure, but wo
doubt his ability to continue to do so. Ho
will bo crushed by tho lawlessness and ter
rorism of his own peoplo. They havo or
ganized ku-kluxism as dangerous as that
of the South, and the Grant white leaders
are encouraging them in their evil disposi
tion. Mr. Gladney has meekly attempted
to stem this tide of lawlessness, but he
will bo compelled to go down beforo
the mobbism of the Conwuvs.
The local politicians aro beginning to
buzz about the local offices to bo tilled
this fall, and tho Radicals, afraid to make
a direct assault upon tho offices by a nomi
nation of candidates for the offices to be
filled, propose to make a flank movement
under cover of the weak dodgo of inde
pendent candidates. Go in, boys. Wo
aro now only an interested spectator, and
wish to seo the forces marshalled for the
battle. Wo aro anxious, too, to remain
out of tho fight mighty anxious, and
probably we shall, 11 we don't got into it.
We havo had a good deal to do with put-
men Into office in this neck of woods, und
have tho honest satisfaction of knowing
that several of them are bully boys. It Is
therefore possible that wo shall select tho
bully boys deserving office and agreeing
with our politics and go for them; but
we do wish to be understood when we say
that wo aro decidedly of tho opinion that
The Bulletin will not submit horetftcr
to bo led around by tho noso by packed
caucusses or '-big Ingun rno" politicians.
In tho upheuvol of parlies tho breaking
down of old political barriers, we gained
complete emancipation from party chains,
and shall fight with a hold lanco for tho
success of Liberal principles (which aro
the only true-blue Democrutie principles)
and honest und competent men for public
station. Wo havo enacted a short civil
reform hill of our own, und the candidate
who fails to squaro his conduct by its pro
visions shall rcceivoour most unqualified
Mr. Kemp, Balmer & Wobor's piano
tuner of St. Louis la in our city, and will
remain with us a few days to do work of
that kind. Mr. K. Is u fine tuner, such a
ono wo do not have w:th us very often, and
those wishing to havo their pianos tuned
will do well to embrace this opportunity.
Ho is also n regular tuner lrom tho oldest
and ono ol tho most reliable musical
houses in tho West and will visit this
city from two to throe times a year. .Mr.
Curtico knows Mr. Kemp to be no " dead
beat, " but a tuner of the very first order.
Orders can be left at Mr, Curtico's music
rooms at tho corner of Washington avenue
and Fourteenth street, or at Rockwell &
Co's book store. 7-17 It.
Slereury getting up stairs again yes
terday. Business on tho lovoo oponod well
Tho nsphalta und brick sidewalk cor
respondents of The Bulletin ain't posted
on the subject of their communications, or
elso they would not writo as thoy do.
3Icssrs. Smith and Brinkmoyor tiro
tho buildors nnd proprietors of tho brick
building adjoining Budcr's brick block.
Success to thorn ; thoy nro worthy, indus
Leo Clobo's lino new brick dwelling
houso on Sixth stroct, between Washing,
ton and Commercial avenues, is receiving
interior finish, and will shortly be occu
pied. The rcsidonco of 3lr. Smith, corner of
Washington avonuo and Ninth stroot, is
bolng renovuted und painted, It is
worthy of note that this building was
during tho war Gon. McClornaml's headquarters.
Wo notico that tho lurifo brick ilwull.
'ng houso of Mr. Gilbert, on tho corner of
Sixth and Washington avenue, is nearly
ready fr occupation. It Is elegantly flnr
ished insldo, and is receiving tho last
touches of paint. Some of his beautiful
furniture has arrived. Wo congratulate
Mr. G.on these tukonsof desorved success.
The Bulletin draws all our chiof
business men to advertiso and localize in
Its columns, They can't help It it pays.
Any who aro not yet pursuing this wise
course had better murk time.
Dr. McCaWt medicate! niackberry
Brwdy, at M. J. McGauley'r, near cor
ner cJf ISth lrvl and Commercial nvc
A vn a the mud dries up a little,
ar..i the wxvAlher settles, wo Intend to
wiaV svMve ettenslvo note about town,
fvr the benefit tf iwn-rostdonts nnd tho
Thleres attempted to break Into
HMpt's JewUy Ure and steal on Tues
day ntchl, but weto frightened off by tho
VvM Martin and Ilia pallnnl Hllllngsly,
iha ptcha and catno hack to head.
$wMer lh muddiwt officer the r.oon
vr Watvi upon.
Th (vunly court have sent Assessor
Martin. WV Ut tho peoplo to assoM prop
erly th tvurt claims ho tulwcd. Mr.
Martin is of the opinion that tho court
tainV (t knows more than It really does
John Saeehat. has opened a grocery
store at the corner of Ninth street and
Commercial Tenue, in Vancll'a old stand.
Vancll i now located In tho now building
of the Widow lUUlday, on Washington
avenue, between Eighth and Ninth street.
Another cheap bargain was ctleclcd
in a transfer of property yesterday. Jack
Winter sold his stove storo building, lot
3, block 25, for $1,500 cash, to Jno. Mc
Nulty. Wo think the purchaser has tho
thick end of the stick and will make good
use of it. Who s next
A cumber of idle, vagabondish, do
nothing colored men can be found at any
time, almost, on Fifth street, between
Washington and Commercial avenues.
The amiable 3lyers will, no doubt, pounce
on a number of them for street workors If
they don't get out. With tho above ex
ception, loafers are scarce. There is
plenty of work, at good wages, to bo ob
tained in every direction. Tbcro is no ex
cuse for Idlers ol any color.
On Friday evening last, whilst 3Ir.
Burnett, htdo merchant, was nbscnt one
minute in an insidu room, n watch und
chain valued at $50 was stolen from his
store. Owing to Mr. B.'s sudden cull to
St. Louis ho did nt make his loss known
beforo. We fear it is too lato for tho po
lico to work the case up.
In front of u poor, lowly shanty on
Poplar street, occupied by a colored fam
ily, wo observed n small sprig of flower
ing club moss, rooted in an uncouth box
about three inches square. Surely this
was worth noting, indicating as it did,
that away down in tho souls of these
poor peoplo n was lovo of nature,
dumbly striving for utterance in this hum
Between showers, nnd during business
lulls, some of tho lovee clorks may bo
seen with their " trowsereon inds ' elovu
led at an exact angles of forty-llvo nnd n
half degrees above their heads, puffing a
Cuban with tho majestic air copied from
Khan of Turtary, during their frequent
interviews with that notable.
Isn't the following beautiful gem by
Cclia Burleigh, worthy a setting in letters
of gold :
TO A CHILD.
If by any device or knowledge,
The rose-bud Its beauty could know,
It would tay n ro-c-bud 'forever.
Nor Into It fullness grow.
And If thou coultUt know thy Nwectur,
O little one perfect and f-weet.
Thou would't be a child forever,
Comuletcr whilst Incomplete.
Fred Theobald has opened a branch
barber shop, in Blankenburg's building
corner of Washington avenue ond Four
teenth street, convenient to the post-office.
Ho has furnished it in good style, and will
personally superintend It. Those desir
ing nn easy shave, or hair dressed, are ad
vised to call at Fred's new shop. It Is
Mr. Theobald's intention to continue his
down to.vn shop us usual, and while ho is
absent at the post-ofllco harbor shop, tho
Sixth street shop will bo under tho chartjo
ol Gus Himc. 7-18tf.
A correspondent of The Bulletin,
a few days ago, proposed that nsphaltlc
pavement or brick should bo substituted,
wherever practicable, for tho present fust
wearing out planking used for our side
walks. Wo think the suggestion well
worth consideration : ono that might be
brought up for cons.derntlon beforo tho
council. Tho first step, should the idea of
asphalt bo favorably considered, ought to
be, tho ascertaining from rollablo sources
of tho cost, durability, etc., of tho asphalt,
which could bo easily dono by applying to
tho corporation of almost nny northern
city. If brick should bo determined on ns
a substitute, tho cost, durability, etc., can
bo ascertained on tho spot. In using tho
latter wo should be encouraging homo in
dustry, which is n matter of totno con
sideration, at any rate.
31 U NIC I PA jTm ATT E RS.
Stop that leak in the cily treasury I
-Mr. Summerwell, the very efficient
health officer, has resigned, being unable
to tolerato tho ovorobarlng conduct of cer
tain officers of tho city. We regret to loso
Summerwell. He know his duty, and
knowing dared to do It.
Tho efforts of tho authorities to anni
hilate tho small-pox woro for a tiir.o elec
tive, but thoy havo been discontinued.
Wo aro informed that u man who hnd the
smnll-pox laid Tuesday all day on tho deck
of n barge lying at tho tow of Phillip's
whnrf boat. Our Informant saw him at
0 o'clock in tho evening, nnd was told that
ho had boon whero ho was nil dny without
food or attention of any kind. If this
is the way tho authorities go ubout small
pox annihilation tliolr oflbrts will bo
worso than useloss.
A correspondent favors us with tho fol
CAlltn, Ills,, July 17, lb72.
Editor Cairo Bulletin:
out ol twenty-eight wugom, laden with
produce, that liavn visited our city slneo
Monday Ian, twenty-omt of tho owners tic
knowledgn having bought their merchandlt-o
from parties outside of Cairo, on t-pcculiitloii,
not one of whom had u liceii-e to sell, lly
what rulo of Justice, pray, nro our merchant
required to nay licence for what they buy
und selly W hlli- hoirs. dot's, sots and prosti
tutes receive the attention of our city gov
ernment unit executive, l in das. ot oiieuil
cis aro sadly neglected. Inquirer,
Wo don't know anything about this
matter. If "Enquirer" would enquire at
tho Mayor's offico ho might obtain tho In
formation ho is soeking.
Tho amlablo Hllllngsly and the gen
tlo Martin woro on tho official war ptth
Tuesday night, aud actually nrrosted for
tho high-toned crlmo of drunkenness tho
Hon. John Corchoran, lato of Europe, re
ported to bo of royal blood. Thoy also
went for nnd captured n pilot named
Tony Demperwolf, who has stocrcd his
bark of Ufa on to the sand-bar of vagrancy.
Air. Robert Hewitt was nlso taken In
chargo for vagrancy, nnd "boosed." The
Hon. John was lined $2 and costs, nnd
paid; tho much-abused Tony mulcted on
tho sum of $5 nnd costs, nnd given two
days to get out of town. Robert was fined
15, and allowed until Saturday to pay, at
which time, probably, tho light of his
countenanco will bo Illuminating some
Tho evening session of yesterday, at
Squiro Bross' Hall of Terrors, (wo shall bo
careful to bo present at those afternoon re
unions hereafter) was cheered by tho
presenco of tho ubiquitous 3tycrs escorted
by two damsels pursuing unlawful voca
tions. His honor could do no less than
requesting them to fork over the usual X
and tho Inevltablo trimmings. Wo learn
front 3Iyers that the costs woro paid, and
tho fines, also, on execution.
Yesterday forenoon tho number of
wrong doers boforo his honor cm bo ex
pressed by 0. Therefore wo can only sayi
tako nothing from nothing and nothing
remains. Tho fnct is, that undeslrablo
non-residents of lazy nnd vicious proclivi
ties aro beginning to dread Culro as they
July term part of second and third
days, continued from last report, Judgo
In the matter of tho ctatn of John P.
Gliio, Insane. Petition for appointment
o( conservators; said petition examined,
approved und ordered to be recorded,
Herman .Meyers nnd iouis Nassnno woro
appointed conservators and required to file
it bond of twelve thousand dollars for tho
faithful performance of their duties.
In tho matter of tho estate of John Hal
Icr, deceased, John Ssckbergcr, adminis
trator. Iist will and tettcmcnt produced
nnd testified to. Proof heard, approved
and ordered that s nmojbo recorded. Let
ters testamentary were issuod to said
Sackbcrger without bonds, by particular
William 3lilford, in tho matter of the
guardianship of Frances 31. Atherton;
Hcieki.th 31. and Rebecca Atherton, minor
heirs of John O. Atherton, deceased.
Guardian's report duly examined, ap
proved and recorded.
In tho matter of tho guardianship of
Perry Lcrijy Darwin, Richmond Grant
Darwin, and Franklin L. Darwin, minor
heirs of Lconidas A. Darwin, deceased,
George Fisher, guardian. Report duly
oxamincd, npproved nnd ordered recorded.
In the matter of tho estate of A. Wil
liams, deceased, George Fisher, adminis
trator. Report, etc., snme as foregoing.
In tho matter of tho estate of Charles
Routs, deceased, George Fisher, adminis
trator. Report, satuo as preceding.
In tho matter of illchael ilalone, de
ceased, Herman Ulowi, administrator.
Ordered that Jacob Wulder he cited to
show causo why he has not made final set
tlement with said administrator, and paid
over the amount of money due said es
tate. Returnable on the third dny of
Tho case of Prick vs. Winter was still
meandering through the Hold of justice at
a Huggish paco.
Wo couldn't but holp admiring tho
amusements which diversified tho monoto
nous proceedings. Tho jury looked weary,
and ono of them was perusing the columns
of n newspaper with earnest avidity. Wo
wonder some of the Jurymen nro not
crazed by legal quiddities. Tho ferocious
clork of tho court was trying tho qualities
of a huge jelly cake, (wo ofl'ered to assist
him, but he didn't nccopt,) washing down
the same with huge goblets of lco water.
Beside him reposed unlimited quantities
of cigars, Culm's, so ho said, (wo don't
smoke.) Tho jolly Linegarmndo nn unsuc
cessful raid. Ho took our ndvlco not lo
break tho sixth commandment, but to go
to Saup's, and generously expend lOcts for
n puro Havannn, Tho case may t;o to tho
jury soino time this week, but things are
" mighty onsatain." Tho waggish sido of
human nature wo understood ; but tho
pleadings woro too abstruso for our com
prehension, nnd wo retired in good ordor
In a stuto of perfect sanity, nnd f.iticty.
NEW DRUG-ESTABLISHMENT OF
In past times Cairo has had the namo
of being slow, backward, etc., but our city
Is making hn&to rapidly, not only to equal,
but to oxcoll, many of her sister cities in
nil departments of business. When tho
business men oC Cairo undcrtuko to start
now establishments, they do it like wholo
soulcd, ontorprislng men. Witness tho
NEW DRUO store
Of Barclay Bros., in Budor's now brick
building, on Washington avenue. This
populnr firm do tin immonso business at
their old stand on Lovoo street, nro well
nnd favorably known throughout South
ern Illinois, as well ns in tho adjacent
towns of .Missouri nnd Kentucky, nnd liavo
an extenslvo Southern trade. In their
SPLENDID NEW ESTAIILISIIMENT,
As remarkable for compact olegancu us for
the neatness ol its appointments, nono but
tho purest drugs, chomicnls nnd medicines
of tried, genuine worth nro to bo obtainod,
Tho ehow cuses uro filled with a flno as
BEAUTIFUL TOILET ARTICLES,
For ladles nnd gontlemon, which can no
whoro bo excelled, and nro oxuctly what
thoy aro represented to bo; and purclms
ors may bo euro of getting value recolved
for their outlay.
Aro carefully put up by oxporionccd
olorks at nil hours of tho dny and night.
Now n superb
KEYSTONE SODA APPARATUS
Adorns tho mnrblo-top countor, from
which tho purest fruit syrups aro dispensed
In cold, sparkling soda-water, or, ai you
will, In Saratoga, Blue Lick, or In the fa
mous Dulclrnol water, the latter bolng a
delightful and Invigorating summer boT-
erago. Tho fountains aro charged on the
promises with ono of tho finest generating
machines In tbo country.
THE MAdtO FOUNTAIN,
Prismatic mortars, with Its revolving
lights, togothor with tho boautlful orna
ments In the show windows, will well re
pay n visit to this model establishment.
Another very ngrccablo arrangemont of
this handsome store is tho wlro screen
doors and windows, which effectually re
llovo visitors and patrons from tho torrl
bio nulsanco of flies, etc.
Wo will closo by observing that the
31esrs. Barclay eminently deservo tho
patronngo they aro receiving, and which
has enabled them, with tho public spirit
for which thoy ato so proverbial to thus
practically evince their confidence in the
progressive nnd cultured advancement of
The lost strike was on Tuesday even
ing ono of qulto Urgo dimensions. Tho
clerk of tho woathcr, gnvo Mr. Mercury
n scvoro blow, which shortoned his dimen
sions somo 8 or 10; whllsthls accomplice,
.Mr. Jupltor Pluvlus, kicked up thunder
ing row uboutit, and let down a watory
tompest accompanied by a genornl blow
ing up, which would havo stirred tho cqui
nimity of Pickwick himself.
Burnett's steam cooking vessels aro
sold at the following exceedingly low
For No. 7 stoves, $2 50 and $3 00. -For
No. S stoves, $3 00 and S3 60.
Thoy uro us handy to use as an ordinary
steamer. They will savo their cost evory
few weeks In tho saving of wood or coal,
besides tho great gain In tho quality of
food cooked in It.
A A regular communication of
-aADolta Lodge No. 508 F. & A. 31.
rwill be hold in 3Iason(c Hall this
Thursday evening, July 18th, A. D. 1872,
Vord In F. O. degree. Visiting breth
ren cordially invited to attend.
Jas. A. Phillis, Sec'y.
Steamer Potomac, Now Orleans.
" Collier, St. Louis.
" Quickstep, Evansvillo.
" Hollo .Memphis, 31omph!s.
" Iron 3lountaln.
" Richmond, Now Orleans.
" lllinol, Columbus.
" Belle St. Louis, St. Louis.
Steamer Potomac, Cincinnati.
" Collier, Pittsburg.
" Quickstep, Evansvillo.
" Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
" Iron Mountain, St. Louis.
" Painter, Shotwoll.
" Richmond, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Bello St. Louis, Vlcksburg.
1110 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with cither lump or chest
nut coul, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at the yard at Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts ofl'ered on favorable
terms upon implication.
II. V. Olyfhant,""
D. A. Bokee, Gcn'l.Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Tho lato rains havo started tho Ohio, at
this point, to swelling slowly, but as It is a
local rise, it will not last long, or amount
to much. The .Monongahela river Is rising
steadily. At Cincinnati and Louisville
the Ohio is again rising slowly, with 4 feet
in the Louisvillo canal. Cumberland
river is still rising, with over 3 feet on
Uarpeth shoals. Tho Mississippi is rising
at a slow rato at St. Louis. There is about
8 feet in the channel.
IIOATS TO LEAVE TO-DAT.
The good passenger steamer Glencoc
leaves for Now Orleans and way this
evening on arrival of curs. Thosuporlor
Grand Tower Is tho Anchor lino packet
leaving for Memphis und ull way lauding)
this day at C p. in. Tho new City of Hel
ena Is tho boat leaving (or St. Louis this
morning at 0 o'clock. The favorito
packet Idlowild leaves n', 8 p. m. for Ev
ansvillo nnd all points on tho Ohio river.
Tho good stoamor West Wind is the Padu
cah packet, leaving daily ut 4 p. m.
HUSINE-JH AND WEATHER.
Business wuj tolerably fair yesterday ,
considering tho general dullness through
out tho country. There is considerable
amount of freight on hand, ready for ship
ping. Dashes of rain fell at intervals during
tho day, making the nir agreeable. '
Tho Potomac was crowded with passon
gers, and had somo freight. Among her
passengers was tho Lonu Star base ball
club of New Orleans.
Tho small stoamor Low Wator Is notf
In tho hands of tho U. S. marshal, and
will bo sold in about ton days. Tho
claims against her amount to over six
hundred dollars. Tho Richmond on ono
leg arrived and discharged n few peoplo,
nnd u little freight, and had a fair load for
St. Louis. A cuso of small pox was dis
covered Tuesday on n bargo lying nt tho
head of Phillips whurfbont, und was ro
moved to tho post houso.
Tho following boats nro now laid up at
this port : Charles Bodmann, Hero, Iko
Hamtnitt, Ravon, Robert 3Iitcholl, II. T.
Eckert, O, I). Church, John Lumtdon and
Tyrono. Tho tug 3Iontnuk had to escort
tho Richmond out of tho harbor. Tho
Bollo St. Louis hud a splendid trip and
miiclo additions here. Hiram Hill, tho
diver, returned from Louisvillo on account
of bolng sick. Tho Qulckstop brought
out a fair trip of freight and passongors.
Tho Iron Mountnln returned to St
Louis with n tow of coal and coke.
City National Bttuk Batldiiir.
Special attention paid to orders lrom steam
boats nlitht or day