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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1872.
JOHN IL OBERLY
Ft t DAT,
TERMS OF Tj2mtt htma Vr"
Three mor " '
Six won tU tore only the very ret cattle,
One ye, and it prepared to flit any de.
h bhI frum on pound to ten
j, JAKE WALTER,
AUD DIALER 1M
Snitk Stbmt, Between Washington
axd Commercial Avenues,
A4U ' U Mkmr and llatsajr'a.
&tp the best or Beet, Cork, Mutton Veal,
limb, ; Seueaa;, etc., -ndnre prepared to nm
cltitana In the most acrsptatile manner.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCAH ft EVANS
VILI.E SEMI-WEEKLY U. 8.
The Fast and Elegant Pasif n-er Steamer
.Tack grammek, .Master.
En. Thomas, Clerk.
J3T Leaves Calio forPndticah nml Evan,
vllle, every Thursday am! Sunday evening,
at 0 o'clock, connecting at Evansvlllo Willi
the Louisville and Cincinnati packet. For
freight or passage apply to
VILLE SEMMV EEKLY PACKET.
The fine Passenger Packet
Also, keep constantly on hand a moit cum
plete atock of
SCOTCH AMI) IRISH WHISKIES
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba W Ines
R SMYTH A CO. aell eiclusUely for cash, to
which fact they Invite the especial atten
tion feloa bargain buyers.
Bptetal attention given to Filling Order
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
WINES AND MtAUORaL
F. M. STOOKFLETH,
iccciisoa to roHLt a itocaiLniH
fcewUrytir and WBoleaale iieatler lu
Foretffa ataiit Oonieatle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ohio Levee,
TIEkeepaon hand constantly a full atock ol
la old Kentucky Bourbon, ltye and Mononca
aeli Whlakiea, French Braodio., Holland (!!o.
Afclne and California Wipes ln:iut
OT. C. SMITH,
noLtnLt and atniL uitnta.iN
I WINES AND LIQUORS-
JILcavea Cairo for Paducah and Evnns
rifle ovcrv Tuesday and Friday oenlng ittu
o'clock. For freight or parage apply on
board or to
.Iamks Hioos, Passenger Ag t.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVAXSVILLE
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The fine low pressure Passenger Packet
W. H. PENNINGTON . Master.
rJTLcavcK Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening ntO o'clock, for Paducah
and Evaimllle. For freight or passage nl-
lilv on board or to
r . ...... 1 )..... .. 1i.,ni,,.n A...
.J.Y.Mr.9 UIOUB, A ilffUllt'i 1 I.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trips dally.
HAUNU CAtaO I LSAVIkJ MOlNUCUr
a.m. At 8:30 ..... .a.m.
At 11 .....a.m. At 1:30 p m.
At 4-3" . p.m. At 6 ..p.m.
Fare each way, 30 centa i 10 ticket for 12 60.
Will land, whan hailed, atamrKOod Intermediate
anaingiorpaaeengeraor ireigm. nut m.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The aplendld ateamer
llKN. HOWARD Capt.
Lcaea Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at 1
a.m. For trouhlor paaeage appiron ooaruor
JA3 Biar.S, Ag't.
And proprietor of new and tpendld
NO. "5 OHIOLeVKK,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS,
Ktepi constantly on baud the choicest of
wines ana liquors, wnicu ue win cu ui uiu
very lowest ngures. v;au anu examine.
B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th etrcot
Commercial avonuo, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared to accommodato tho public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lower
rates than any other fiwt-class houso in
the city. Tho rooms aro all woll fur
nished, light and airy, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commcrclul
agents. Tho houso is located in tho con-
tor of tho business part of tho y within
ono squaro of tho post office. 4-9-tf
Hkli- or we VERifeii. This is what
ni.rlncted teeth would say if thoy could
rsmnnatrntu with their owners , ixoii mark
this, the teeth cannot perish or becomo
black or vo low u tho Ao:otfonc is uscu
B lakkeniiuro AitEAiil "Wineaand Ci
gars I oldest and choicest, nt tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposilo the Post OfHce
Fincit of Liquors, Froo Lunches and mu
sic every day. Tho great Liberal and
Dcrnocratic,Grecly & Brown drinko "Weis
Beer, is mado a specialty, and Frcdprides
himself upon keeping the freshest and
coolest In tho ctiy. Lomonades the cold
est, mixed drinks and music tho finest
For Sale tt Wholesale Retail
CORNER 32D-BTUEET AMD OHIO LEVEa
noTlUI p. UAWBI K
Henry H . Meyer. William Stoncr,
MEYER & STONER,
Home, tign and Steamboat
Decorating In Oil or Water Color : Kalzo
mining and Paper Haaglng; Graining and
Jlarblelng or every description; Gilding In
very ttvie, plain and oniamcntnl.
Partlculurattentlnii paid to Glai- Gliding.
Orders wllclted for .Scenerj-, Frcwo uml
Banner Painting. Fancy Glan, Show Card,
Gild. Plain and ornamental.
Call at the huop and examine our work
Old Pictures renewed or copied. Satisfac
7 All work entrusted to our care will he
promptly attended to.
Shop In Tlioman's old stand under the
Perry House, corner Commercial ae. and
8Ui street. 7.111 tf.
300 Doz. Custom Made
Fruit Cans, at
Stop Ladders of all sizes at A.
LablieUIM oace, Hulletla Hntldlna;,
POLITICAL LOCAL NOTES.
The Grant and Wilson colored club
will parailo In a few day in full uniform.
-"When tho weather moderatoi Its in
tenso heat considerably wo must liavo a
rousing Grcoloy meeting in this city.
Tho Liboralsof Cairo have established
their headquarters in Winter's block.
They havo nn airy, commodious room, and
proposo to go in for Old Horace with n
Tho Radical politicians of Cairo wero
on a visit to Anna tho town of Anna
yesterday. Thoy woro anxious to havo
tho Radical convention at that placo run
smoothly, and took with them a good deal
If tho Democrats call a county nomi
nating convention will not the Liberals be
asked to participate? If they do partici
pate In the act of nominations, won't they
want a nominee on the ticket? If so,
which offlco will they dotermino to take?
Tho outcomo of tho Democratic and
Liberal conventions held in this city last
Tuesday discouraged our Democratic peo
ple somewhat, but that feeling has already
been dissipated, and the belief is becoming
prevalent that Wall will slido in.
Tho 'Gazette' favors no nomination
by tho Democrats of this county this Fall
wants a scrub raco between Harman,
Irvin and Webb, and whoovcr may bo
trotted out. A nomination by tho Demo
cracy would not weakon thaso candidates,
but if thoy wish a frco fight ao are in
clined to let thum have it. They are tho
Wo havo not boon informed whether
tho Elder has accopted tho challenge.
Hg is a fearless man in tho right, but Is so
thoroughly devoted to his church and tho
causo of His Heavenly Mastor, and llko
wise education, that he cannot give much
attention to politics; -hut next to his
church ho loves his country, and wo be
lieve that for tho nonce, ho will put on hi
patriotic armor and advance to battle
against tho mighty man of Grant and
crush him. Wo hope so.
Elder T. J. Shores has received tho
following challongo from another colored
ministor by tho namo of Rev. J. W. Oli
JULY l.V 187:!. Salem. Marlon Count v. III.
Mr. Shores My Dear Brother In the Lord af
ter my CoiiinllmentH and mostitrdcnt nffec
tiom I would obscrv to you that 1 am In
formed that you are Politically an advocate
lor Horace Greeley, and if such vou aro I
would be gni tilled to inctu you utimv place
uesignute out in uairo in joint IMS'
for 1 am teeth and toe nail foi
THE ANNA CONVENTION.
Tho Radical convention at Anna, hold
yesterday, nominated Mr. Iko Clcmmens
of Carbondalo, for Congress. Gov.
Doughorty, it is said, has determined to
bo an independent Radical candidate
Gen. Jones, tho Liboral candidate, was
present at tho convention.
Having refurnished this woll known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
streot, noar tho post office, the proprie
tress would inform tho public that nho
is prepared to accommodato tho public
with tlrst-class board and woll furnished,
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason
nblo terms. Amplo preparations have
beon made to accommodato an unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronage fo
licitod. Mrs. T. N. Gaffney.
HEW LIVERY STABLE
JIETWXKN WABlTN AVXKUX AND WALKUT
J)r. I. K. Field" Inform tho public that he hat
n the Borlhwoat aide of Tenth street aa namtd
Ble Btablee will tie furnlahed with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
tad the public aay o accommodated at all lioura
.t th day and night with sale teams on the LOU .
J 1ST TERMS.
Df. Fleldi aaka a stiae oi pui.no patronage,
and will endearor to merit it by fair dealing aud
airici uieauoa to nusineaa.
Fred Theobald has oponod a brunch
harbor shop, in Illatikonburg's building
corner of Washington nvenue and Four
teenth street, convenient to tho post-ofllco.
Ho has furnished it in good style, and will
personally superintend it. Those dosir-
ing un easy shave, or hair dressed, ure ad
vised to call at Fred's now shop. It is
Mr. Theobald's intention to rontinuo his
down town shop as usual, and whilo ho is
absent at tho poktofflco barber shop, tho
bixth street shop will bo under tho clmrgo
ot Gus Ilimc. 7-lBtf.
Table and Pocket Cutlery at A. Hally's.
lUUDI WOOD 1 1 W UUU II
The underlined will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aataaip.il mmt Ckeaaer
)i4 aay wood dealer in Cairo, Leave orders
tm tke slates at the Postofflce aud at Rom,
4'Mlrard, on Commercial avenue, between
JwMB HQ iweinu airecia, Cairo,
sfiwatv measure and will cord the wood
Best Apple Pcalur, Corora and Slices at
A. Hally's. 7-23-dlw.
Caution. Every genuine box of Dr
McLean's Liver Pills learn tho eignaturo
of Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh. Pa, und
thoir prlvato U, 8. stamp. "Take no
other." Tho market is full of imitations.
It is the popular verdict that people who
have boon accustomod to the uso of Bitters
and Cordials are obliged, eventually, to re
tort to McLean's Liver Pills for permanent
i It is impotslblo to cook poorly in Bur
nett's Steam Cooking Vessel. It is worth
double the price asked for it, for putting
up fruit. For sale at A. Halley't, dealer
in stoves and tinware, C201m
Our pcoplo keep too cool to suffor
Wednesday night was a btaln roaster.
Mosquitoes out in full force.
Tho present tcmporaturo is two de
crees above tho heal of a healthy man's
blood. Sol ought to bo ashamed of "his
self." In tho shado yesterday tho thermome
ter marked 02, in tho sun 102, nt 10 a.m.
Tho mercury was thon rising In the tubo,
and it continued to ascond until we lost
sight of it.
"Corno down Sal,," Is the rofraln of
our favorite hymn ; but tho heat of tho
sun has induced us to cbango it into,
"Como down, Sol." Wo presume the
old boy will not heed us. Ho will prob
ably continuo to sond his scorching rays
to remind us that ho is still thore.
It is so hot that tho men who havo
been stealing tho city sidewalk lumbor and
selling it right undor tho noso of tho city
authorities without protest, havo gone out
of tho business temporarily; and tho peo
ple will make it decidedly hot for his
honor and the council if thoy don't stir
their lazy bones and stop this robbery.
This is the hottest weather of tho
year. Good Lord but it is o Tho sun
gets up early, puts on his fiercest rays and
glares down at the city until ho can't seo
even tho troes on the Mississippi shore
Lord but it is hot I Even tho Saratoga
wator boils as it goes down tho thirsty
throat, and iuo runs into tho rivor as soon
as it catches a glimpse of the sun. Such
wcathor was never soon coming around a
corner in Cairo or any other city. Lord
but it is hot. Phil. Howard is almost
discouraged. Ho hasn't been seen in the
city for weeks. Tho weather has driven
him off. Lord but it Is hot I Weiss boor
from Alaska, cold as ico knocked off
the north pole, is now all tho rago with
those in searcli of coolness and peace of
mind. Thoy drink in tho cold draught
with a look of inflnlto satisfaction in their
features, and indulgo in tho oxquisltu
pleasure of denouncing tho weather ns an
unprincipled wretch, fur Lord but it 1"
IN THE MARKET.
Tho Radical leaders of Cairo.
Splendid apples soiling for 75 cents a
bushel out of unlicensed wagons.
Cling-stone poaches, sound and of good
sizo, soiling at 40 cents.
Tomatoes, 80 cents por bushel.
Everything that's good, except The
Business on tho levoo, yesterday, re
ported rather light.
Poplar struct carries the horns nt
present. Threo lights on it this weok.
Colored porters on tho levoo tako their
iirsfaa out of doors, their faces covored
with The Bulletin.
Tho best Oroolny, Grtnt and Dolly
Varden Lagor and White Boor at tho
Thalia, opposite The Bulletin Printing
In yostorday's local item it should
have boon oven instead of "edifice'1 in
speaking of tho new confectionery in Bud
Henry Woods was fined for fussing
on Wednesday, but our roportor mado a
mistnko when ho said ho was sentenced to
A Cairoito who panoplies himself in a
leather sleeping suit, o' nights, and can
opies under a mosquito tont, says tho
buzzers hold a convention and elcclod
him as their boarding house till Novem
ber. Two clubs with acouplo of fellows at
ono end of oa:h, who don't llko their
names to bo seon In tho polico rcporl,
camo to the offlce'to "mash ourbones'the
old local's bones, Lord bloss them I They
didn't. Thoy won't.
At The Bulletin Job .olllce
can be soen n letter heading printed
for G. L. Pettinger, Contralla. An old
printer says of it that only by close exam
ination can it bo distinguished from en
graving. Franklin, Ohio, boasts or the cham
pion sparkist. Ho courted flvo yents, nnd
says during that tlmo ho trudged 13,203
miles. Calroltes do that business up in
short stops. Two months a rush to the
boat opposlto shore a sympathizing
squire and' tho Job is done, llnppy.go
lucky. The way it might bo dono in Cairo
occasionally was oxompllQed In the city
of Peoria in this stato n Miort tlmo ago;
a man's wlfo went for him ns she caught him
swilling and playing curds. Sho
"plod" tho cards, squabbled tho chair,
collared nitn, kicked him ont, and drew
a pistol and cleared the Hold.
Chief of polico Myers had an hour's
race yesterday morning. Ho charged
afoot on a fcnilnlnu pig nnd lior family of
seven. Bets wero about evon, when tho
gallant officer bagged the gruuter and thu
squoalors. But, blood, ulas I told. Tho
iro of tho colored ladles who owned tho
pigs, rose with tho mounting sun, roso as
tho squeals and und gruntors rose, und
in tho moment of his assured victory, tho
bold females mado u eoup de main on tho
gallant chief, snatched tho laurels from
his brow, and triumpuntly rescued the
Wo observe that Mr. Board's house
corner Ninth and Cedar, has a new,
brick busomont, nearly C feet in holght,
completed, tho frunio having been raised
to that holght and built under.
A strangor coming to (Cairo, nnd
walking through tho business streets of
Cairo, would naturally bo lod to inquire,
whoro is tho ruat of your city? Cairo be
ing built on u Hat situ, does not show
from tho lovco. But, if tho inquirer
would follow tho directions ho would bo
likely to rocoive, hu would follow iilong
Washington avenue, until hu catno to tho
group of splendid rosidonccs, owned by
tho Messrs. II all id ays, Morrison, etc., and
tho now residonco building lor Mr. Cun
ningham. Turning Hp Thirty-eight street
and going along In a north-west direction,
towards tho Mississippi levee, ho would
ceofino brick dwelling houses, surrounded
by llowor and vegetable gardens, fruit or
chards, etc., surpassing his most sanguine
expectations. Proceeding along und strik
ing Walnut street, about Fifteenth, ho
would seo noat now houses, occupied by
tho owners. Going south, on Walnut
streot ho would discover more signs of
wealth and prosperity. He would bo
obliged to como to tho conclusion that
tharo aro in Cairo, far-seeing, energetic
men, possessing pntlenco and moans, who
havo studied the situation thoroughly,
havo stuck to Cairo throughout hor dark
est days, but who uro now beginning to
reap tho roward of their wiso patience
No man, among them all, notwithstand
tno hoapsof abuse which havo been hurled
at his head, has done moro for tho city, or
beon a bettor, wiser, philanthropic, bravor
hearted friend of tho city and its people
than S. Staals Taylor, esq.
The Gorman school houso on Tsnth
street has been nicely painted and refitted
und presents nn inviting nppeaianco, in
sido and outside. Thero will bo a pleas
ant opening in Septembor.
Mr. Thos. Nolan's dwolling, corner of
Eighteenth and Poplar, has been raised,
and nicely painted. It looks spruce.
Tho dwelling houso on Tenth street
betweon Commercial and Washington
avenues, owned by Mr. W. W. Thornton
and occupied by Mr. Henderson, is being
raised and moved forward. Mr. Thorn
ton is always pushing ahead. Ho is on
of Cairo's stand-byes,
Emeline Walford was brought beforo
Squire Shannossy yostorday, by a change
of vonuo. This cyprian, who, wo learn,
from responsible authority, has been keep
ing a houso of ill-fama for throo years in
tills city, was discharged.
Wo aro now turning out ut The Bulle
tin offico tho finest printing over dono in
Southern Illinois, and ns flno as can bo
dono In Illinois, or any other Stato. In
proof of this assertion wo usk attention to
tho beautiful illuminated business card wo
havo Just printed for Mr. Paul O. Sohuh
tho ontorprlsing druggist of Commercial
Stuart & Gholson havo Just received a
large consignment of these Goods which
thoy aro soiling at prices much undor
Stuart a Gholson uro ottering n largo
lino of Cotton Hosiery nt nearly half
Skirt, Bosom and Bread Boards, ut A
Hally's. 7-2 3-dlw.
CLEARING SALE OF SUMMER
Stuart & Gholson uro now offering all
thoir Summer Dress Goods at prices to
close. Thoso Goods must bo closed out In
tho next 30 days to mako room for Full
Slock. Now is tho limo for bargains.
P. Saup's popular Tobacco nnd Cigar
Store U located on Commercial avonuo,
between Sixth and Sovcnth strcols, and
marked by the unique sign of "tho Girl of
Steamer Shannon, Cincinnati.
" Rlsmark. New Orleans.
" 8. Thayer. Mound City.
" Pauline Carroll, i-t. Louts
" R. A. Babliagc, Pittsburg.
" Iron Mountain. St. Loitls.
" Illinois. Columbus.
" Grand Tower. St. Louis.
a West Wind, Pitducuh.
" ldletvlld, Evunsville.
" Arlington, St. Louis.
" Bollo St Louis, Vicksburg.
Steamer Bismarck, St. Louis.
S. Thayer, Arkansas River.
" R. A. Balilmge, St. Louis.
11 Iron Mountain, Louisville.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
" West Wind, Paducah.
" Idlowlld, Eavnsvlllo.
" Arlington, Cincinnati.
" Hollo St. Louis, St. Louis.
IltO MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats suppliod ot any time, both
day and night, with cither lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, ut tho yard ut Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorablo
terms upon i.ppllcation.
II. V. Olvfhant,
D. A. Bokee, Oen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-16-ly.
iioats leaving to-uat.
Tho flno passenger boat Paulino Carroll
will complete hor load hero nnd leave for
.Now Orloans this evening nt G o clock.
Tho olegant packet City of Vicksburg
leaves for Memphis, Vicksburg and all
way landings at 0 o'clock this evening.
Thu good boat Arkansas Hello is tho boat
leaving for Kvntisvlllo and all points on
the Ohio river this evening nt 0 p. in. The
fast City of Chester leaves at 8 p. in. for
St. Louis and ull way luudings. Thu
swift West Wind is the dally 4 p. m. bout
for Paducah and inlormediato points.
CONDITION OF HIE UIVEItf.
Tho Ohio continue! swelling steadily at
this point. Tho rife during the past 24
hours was 10 Inches. Thu upper and
lower Ohio continues rising, and tfioro is
nino feet in tho channel to Louisville,
Cumberland river is slowly rising. Ar
kansas river is steadily declining. Whito
river is rising fast. At St. Louis tho riso
in the Mississippi continues. Tho Illinois
rivor is rising fast. Tho upper Missouri
is reported rising rapidly.
JIUBINEtiS AND WEATIIF.lt.
On tho lovco thero was a largo amount
of freight handled yesterday, und business
was very good. During tho weok so far,
business line been splendid. Thu weulhur
was clear and very hot during the day
The Shannon with a barge brought out
600 tons of freight, rcshippod hero and
will go to St. Louis for a lead of oi.
Tho Bismarck had 2,G00 bursof iron and
some other freight, mid a t'uir passenger
list. Ed. Hawks, hor clerk, went to St.
Louis by road. Ihu snag bout S. Thayer,
cuiiiu down from -Mound City, and lifter
coaling' sho left for a six months cruise
up Arkansas river, after that timo sho
will then go into Onacbitu rivea. Tho
Pauline Carroll came out nearly light
and will fill out hero with all sho cun car
ry. Tho Babbago had a lot of cement for
St. Louis. Tho Irion Mountain had a
tow of ore for the Ohio river.
Capt. Werrick, tho energetic agent of
tho ;Miss. Valley Transportation Co., is
having tho barge Estelle, loaded to loave
in thu first tow for New Orleans.
Casey coal yard, which has boen sup
plying the Miss. V.T. Co. towboats with
coal, und all tho barges and shanty boats
will be taken to tho Tradowatcr mines.
Mr. James Mason, an old Cairoito and a
young man of high standing and ability,
has been appointed passenger agent of the
I. C. R. R.
Thu Tyrone, under tho supervision of
Captain Tom Harmon is having a fresh
coat of paint put on tho entiro boat and
having other repairs given her, and will
be ready for business in ubout two weeks.
Tho Eckort raised the lumber barge
sunk at Belmont, last Friday night by the
Crescent City, in 2J hours' time. Tho
damage to tho .barge can be easily re
paired. 'ibe Babbago took two barges of cement
to Columbus, and returns and takes the
other barge to St. Louis.
C'lljr Kntluunl Unnk IluUdliiK.
jL.Speclal attention paid to order lrom Mean,
boata nleht or day
IT IS A POLITICAL FACT
a religious fact a moral fact a scien
tific fact a" fact Indlsputoblo, that P.
SAUP has on hand, at his popular To
jiacco and Ckiar Store, tho best brands
of ull kinds Tobacco and Cigars,
Go to Wm. Ehlor's, on Twentieth
street, for your flno custom made boots
and shoes. You can't do bettor. Try
Tho Patent Ilinig Fruit Can at Hally's
Best and Cheapest wooden Pump in
tho Market, at A. Hally's. 7-22-dlw.
O. Hauknutink, Architect. This
gcntlomau has established himself success
fully in his business in this city. Ho last
your mudo tho pi hub and specifications of
John Goeckol's, Potor Noll's und U. My
ers' buildings on Ohio Lovco, and Fred
Theobold'3 handsomo residonco on corner
Sixth und Walnut strcots; und this year
mado tho plan of Poter Cuhl's, Dr. Ward
nor's, John Koehlor's, Gilbert Briukmoyor
and Smith's, and Leo Kiel s buildings. Ho
also superintended tho erection of all theso
buildings, and points to thorn for proof of
hls'ubility to do good work in his lino. Ho
mudo tho plans and specifications ot a pub
lic school building In Metropolis, and of
many othor buildings hero and olsowhoro.
Ho asks tho attention of tho public to his
works, and boliovcs ho Is entitled to liboral
If you wish to indulge in a dolioiou
cigar, patronlzo T, Saup, Commercial avo
nuo. If you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
W.I J. Carv. undertaker, has romoved
to tho old T. O. building on Commercial
ICE I ICE 1 1 ICE! 1 1
From Wednesday May 1st, tbe Ico
wagon will canvoss tho city, to continuo
durlni? tho summor months. None but
puro northorn lako co will bo dolfvorod.
Huse, Loomis, & Co.
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vcsiol Is war
rnntod to cook quicker and bettor than
any vossol In uso, for sain nt A. Uulloy's
Fluting Scissors. Irons und Machines, a
A. Hally's. 7-23-dlw.
Tho Amorlcan Epicuro and Natlona
Brollors, at A. Hally's. 7-23-dlw.
Dan. Hartman hits received or.o of th
largost stocks of Fruit Jurs over beforo
brought to Cairo, and is desirous of closing
it out without delay. Hu therefore offers
Mason's Improved Porcelain self-scalors,
quarts at 2.00 per dozen; glnsswiro tops,
quarts, at $1.25 per dozen and half-gallons
ut 52.00 perdozori, These aru theeheapest
prices in tho market. tr.
Wm. Ehlcrs.at hlsshopon Twentieth
street, opposlto the Court House hotel, is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of every
stylo nnd variety, warranted to give per
fect satisfaction. He keeps genuine French
calf and gives tils customers nil ho prom
Buruott's Steam Cooking) Vessel saves
nearly half the fuel and 15 per cent
weight which U lot in rooking thu old
way. Sold by A. llalloi -201m
Wm. KlCllot'K lias purchased the c.'tiib
llshincnt of Kielioir Brothers, In Cairo,
und now piopoes to prosecute tho furni
ture manufacturing business with now
vigor, and pledges himself to sell furniture
if every description cheaper than over bo
fore. Try him. 0-25tf
(Kmiii llic eilrliritlH Musical I'roferoor, l'hillip
" I do not lliink I ever saw a finer toned
organ than this one, und If I could ulways
find as sweet a toned organ as this one,
(Simmons A: Clough) 1 should never
trouble myself to carry ono with mo."
From tli Detroit Peninsular lleratd.1
"For both interior finish nnd oxtorior
appenrunce, nnd in tno completeness of all
their appoiumcnts, these ' Combination
Organs' uro perfect beauties, whilo for
their musical qualities, both as regards
quantity and quality of tone, and for va
riety of oxprosslon, pleasantness of touch,
oasoof operation, and ull the qualifications
which contribute to tho perfection of a
dcsirublo instrument of tills kind, we havo
full confidence thnt thoy aro unsurpassed
by any manufacture in the coutry.
"Tlioro is no manufacturing institution of
which Detroit can more justly I eel proud,
than of this mniiufriutory of beautiful and
useful Instruments, for tho .Simmons &
Clough Organ Co.'s organs nro now recog
nized tho country over, as ninoi g tho very
best tbo market affords."
ll'rom the lliirl.ng on Io.i tnojiie.
"Messrs. Lang & VnnMetcr have just
received a number of now organs, nnd
among them two recommend themselves
particularly, by a new invention which
makes tho tone moro like that of a flute
wherefore thoy are particularly adapted to
accompany tho volco In singing. Theso
organs uro supplied with "Scribnor's pat
ent" qualifying tubes. Through this in
vention an organ having only two sets of
reeds, is as powerful as any other which
has six or eight sets of reeds." 7-13-lw.
Weiss beer constantly on hand at tho
Thalia saloon 5-21dlf
Tho woll-known Dudloy Gate und
Door Springs, at A. Hally's. 7-23-dlw.
Tho removal of Messrs. Stnjtli & Brink
mover, morchant tailors und clothiers, to
thoir now brick building adjoining Bu
der's block, on Washington nvenue, marks
the now era of progress in Cairo. ' They
aro now prepared to accomodate their old
customers and ns many new ones as please
to come, with tho best goods tho market
can supply, mado up in the latest styles.
Work warranted. Cutting, etc., dono to
order. Good fits and ontiro satisfaction
guaranteed. They now have tbo bo stre
plenlshcd, fullest, and most fashionublo
slock in tho cify, and are determined to
desorvo increased patronage by their at
tention and punctuality. Cull and see
their elegant establishment. 7-191w
Dr. McCabe's medicated Blackberry
Brandy, at M. '.J. McGauloy's, near cor
ner of 18th street and Commercial ave
Tho largest and best ussormcnt of Cook
ing gtove8 in the market, at nnlly's.
Go to tho Thalia for Hie best Weln
boer In town. 6-Jldtf
a .iiai ..,. m.tutnw Whnn a
-ti..n nr r.iviw tl1tl..fw Annnnta nnd en-
lin.iun w. " j .....- .
dorses as a Standard Restorativf. an
articlo mat tt dm nau tno iuiicsi opportun
ities of testing during a period of twelve
years, who can bo so absurdly Incredulous
ns to doubt tho excellence or the prepara
tion ? Plantation Bittkrh has passed
through tills orueai nnu la iiuw iu iuuii
. i - ii-, trtAUMnn nn Ihta .un
popular prupiiuwj "-;-" - - -
tincnt It would bo difficult to And an
adult of either sex between too Aiiamic
i .i... u...in r,r LnivMin lh northeast
corner of Maine and tbe Gulf of Jlexlco.
who does not know, cither irorn personal
experienco or observation, that this re
nowned vegetable remedy Is the purest
tonic and stomachic ana tho finest altor
alivo and regulating medlclno at prosont
before tho world. As a preventive ui. uu
euro for disease generated by malaria,
aud as a speclllo for dyspepsia, rheuma
tism, nnd ail nervous and bllllous affec
tions, It is admitted to do lainy pronouceu
the Favorite Household Tonic and
Alterative of the Western Hemisphere.
Ills. Cextkal It. R Co. )
Aokxt's Office, July hi, 1872. j
1 am now prepared to glvo rates and
sign bilU of lading to points on tho Miss.
7-17tf. James Johnson, Agent.
lluitNETT'h steam cooking vossols aro
sold ut tho following exceedingly low
For No, 7 stoves, $2 no and $3 00.
For No. 8 stoves, S3 00 and S3 50.
Thoy uro us handy to uso as an ordlnur
steamer, j.noy win savo inoir cost ovorj
fow weeks in the saving of wood or cos).
besides tho great gain in tho quality cf
food cooked In it. I
J. J. ANDEithON & Co., gas flttore,oi
Ohio Loveo, over Lonorgan & Cunning
hams, feed storo, do all kinds of steam inp
gas lltting choaper than tho choupostJtnd
guarnnteo porfoct satisfaction in ovorj in
stance. If thoy do not plenso thoy ffill
not charge Glvo thorn n trial. Hioy
know thoir business porfoetly. Rcmonbcr
tho placo 01, Ohio Loveo. 6-11
Fritz Sciikler's bcor saloon, on Well
ington avonuo, west side, botwecn Nnth
nnd Tonth stroets, has become a favcito
placo of resort. His AVelss beer is nlvays
cool and fresh and quenches thirst jlth
tnngio quickness. Tho bar is also stored
with tho best brands of whisky and brndy
nnd bis line of wines is splondid. Frtz is
a courtoous and clovor host, and desirves
liboral patronage Call on him. tf.
i$lSC. Hanny wishes tho
public to be informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that he is de
termined to aell every articlo
at jifitrs Lower than the Low
est. Call ni hiin lo-day and
exainiiK' goods and priced. Ho
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
t OK NAI.K
The Illinol Central Had Itoad Company now
oiler for sale the folloitliiKdetcriLfld tola In.Fira
Aililltlonlo inn cur or Cairo, mi
Lot 27 hlock l. Lot 24 block 2,
" in ' 20, " "
" 6 " hi, " 2H " nt,
c :, " si w,
" 3 " M, " 3t ' tl.
orl-rms,et. apply to JAMEH JOHNSON.
Sit I Aceu.
COHHIKll5f AND fOUWAHIIINU.
DEAL HHS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIEBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Lettf, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huco-mom to K. 1). Hmdricc. A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
lgifSSfc Mitral Adrancrmrnte made
upon ConnlKomente. tSJW
Are prepared to receive, ttore and'lorward
freight to all point and hujr and
sell on commission,
ayilillnm ailended to rmmptlr.
Z. I). MATH UBS.. K. O .Ulil.
-MATHUSS &, UHL,
Commissi on M e r c h ants
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
X. 04 OHIO I.EVEK.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Huccesiors toStratlon, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
CLOSE & VINCENT '
DEALERS I2ST lill-IH
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner KlsrtUti Street nnd Ohio Levee
General Commission Morchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. M. Williams, ,Us. Kinsley,
Late of Vlckaburj,', MlKi. Late o( Cln'tl, J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPKCIALRAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
fOHWAHDINU AND COMMISSION
05, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN II. WILLIS & SON,
(Successors to John II, Willlu,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c.,
Cor. TENTH-ST and OHIO LEVE
A viotim nf early Indlaoretlnn, coining nervous
debility, premature decay, etc., haTing triad In
vain every advertised remedy, has discovered
liuple means of self-cure, which ha will send
fiee to his follow auflerers, J, II, lleeVaa, No. Tl
Naaau street, New. York, rtlv