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Cairo daily bulletin, Sunday, july 28, 1872.
Advertisers.
.'MILLKR 4 PARKER,
WirgR Uf COMMISSION
m "
ass
fOSWABDIMG JiKRCHAKTB,
DKALKK8 IN FLOUR, CORN
Oat, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS rot FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAtltO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(SaoeMSori la K. h. Heodrlcas Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
A0
WHABF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
Liberal A4tMoBMU mad
pom OoaalgaiMBts.
An
tretw4 to rwaiT. lor ud
TriljnU lo tit poiata tad bur
Mil om coatmlaaion,
uahta aiUndad to twpllTi
ud forward
na
Z. S. SfATMDM.. K. 0 .VUL
MATHU88 ft UHL,
TOR"wjLIi,3DIIsra
AMB flUKIAIi
CommissionMerchants
DEALERS td
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
TO. M HI LEVEE.
8TRATTON ft BIRD,
(Successors to Btratlon, Hudson A Clark,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AMD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
67 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
CLOSE ft VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
AMD
Cement, Plaster Paris,
AMD
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
CwmM Elaata aUrcot mm eat 1yo
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE,""
FLOUR
aid
General Commission Merchant
m OHIO LEVKE,
W. M. WILLIAMS,
UtoofViekeaurK.Bfiae.
Jab. Kinsley,
Late ol Cin'ti, J
W. M. WILLIAMS ft CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
GENERAL AGENTS,
' FOEWAKDINQ AND COMMISSION
65, OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO,
7-4tr.
ILLS.
JOHN B. PHLLIS ft SON,
(Buceeifon to John II. Phlllis,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AD
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AMD
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cob. TENTH-8T. akd OHIO LEVE
oAimo, ILLS.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
, AID
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MEHt'H AMTM.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
OBIO RIVER AMD KAKAWUA
I ,V "
SALT. 002kXA.3STXBlS,
70 Ohio Lrvre,
Cairo, Illinois.
REGULAR CAIRO, PADUCAH & EVANS.
VILLE HEMI-wEEKI.Y U. S.
MAIL PACKET.
Th Fast And Elegant Faetrnter Steamer
IDLE-WILD-
Jack Grammeii, Master.
En. Thomas, clerk.
IT Leave Cairo for PntlucAh nnil Eviiik.
vliTe7 every Thursday and Sunday evciting,
nt G o'clock, connecting at Evansville with
the Louisville nnd Clnclnnntl packet. For
freight or paago apply to
vANEn uiuuH racsenger Ag t.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCAH & EVANS-
villi; semi-weekly packet.
The line Passenger Packet
ARKANSAS BELLE.
REN. HOWARD.
NKOLKY HUDD...
Mater.
Clerk.
ISfTLcaves Cairo for Paducah and Evans
vlllo cv
board or to
every Tuesday mid Friday cvenlntr nt (1
o'clock. For freight or pange apply on
James llir.ns, Passenger Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVILLK
SEMl-WEEKI.Y MAIL LINE PACKET.
The fine low pressure Passenger Packet
QUICKSTEP.
W. B. PENNINGTON
.Muster.
ff7Lcavcs Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for Paducah
and Evansvlllc. For freight or passage ap
ply on board or to
lAMKHiiitiUt), rasscngcr ig i.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
TEAM TUG,
CACHE
Will make three trips dally.
LEATIXO CAIEO I LHV1KU MOl ND C1TT
a.m. At 6:30 a.m.
At U - -a.m. 1 At 1:30 pm.
At 4-30 ...-p.m. Al o ....p.m.
Fare each way, 3) cents; 10 ticket- for (2 CO.
Will land, whin hailed, at nny good Intermediate
andinglor passenger or freight. nov ltf.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
MAIL BOAT.
The splendid utoamer
JAS. FISK,
Den. Howard Capt,
Leae C.ilro DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at I
a. m. for trelshtor paasage appiron noaraor
IAD UiUMf
an3tf
, Au't.
LOCAL NOTICES.
A whole people's opinion. When a
nation of forty millions accept and on
dorsos as a Standard Restorative an
article that it bai had the fullctt opportun
ities of letting during a period oftwelvo
yean, who can be io absurdly incredulous
ai to doubt the oxcollonco of the prepara
tion 7 Plantation Bitter has passed
through this ordeal and is now the most
popular proprietary modiclno on this con
tinent It would bo difficult to find an
adult of oither sex between tho Atlantic
and the Pacific, or between tho northeast
corner of Mnino and tho Gulf of .Mexico,
who does not know, either from personal
ezperienco or observation, that this re
nownod veuotable remedy ia tho purest
tonic and stomachic and tho llnest nltor
ativo and regulating medicino at present
before the world. As n preventive of. nud
euro for disoases generated by inaiarin,
ana as a speciuo lor uyspensia, rneuma
tisni. and all norvous nnd billions affec
tions, it is admitted to bo fairly pronouccd
the Favorite Household Tonic and
Alterative of tho Western Hemisphere,
' i27endlw
Dlaxkeniiuko aiieadI Wines and Ci
gars I oldest and choicest, ut tho EXCEL.
SIOR SALOON, opposite the Post Office-
Finest of Liquors, Free Lunchos and inu
sic every day. Tho great Liberal and
Domocratic,GroeVy & lirown drinko Wkis
Beer, it mado a spo?ialty, and Fredprides
himself upon keeping the frosbett and
coolest in tho ctiy. Lemonades tho cold
est, mixed drinks and musio the finest
Go thoro. 0-27tf
300 Doz. Custom Mado Fruit Cans, at
A. Hally'a. 7-23-dlw.
Step Ladders of all sizes at A. Unity's
7-23-dlw.
CENTRAL HOUSE.
Having rofurnished this well known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
street, near tho post office, tho proprie
tress would inform tho public that faho
if prepared to accommodato tho public
with first-class board and well furnishod,
well vontiiatod rooms on tho most reason
able terms. Amplo preparations havo
bcon mado to accommodato an unlimitod
number of day boardors. Patronage so
llcited. Mrs. T. N. Oakknev.
ol-adj
Frod Theobald has openod a branch
barber shop, in Blankenburg's building
corner of Washington avonue und Four
teenth street, convenient to the post-office,
lie has furnished it in good stylo, and will
personally superintend it. Thoso desir
ing an easy shave, or hoir dressed, aro ad-
vHcd to call at Fred's now shop. It is
Mr. Theobald's intention to continue his
down town shop as usual, und while ho is
awent at tho po.t-offlco barber hop, tho
Sixth street shop will bo undor tho ehargo
ot Gus Hiine. 7-18tf.
Table and Pocket Cutlery tit A. Hally's.
7-c3-dlw.
Best Apple Pcaler, Corers and Slices tit
A. Hally's. 7-'J3.dlw.
Caution. Every genuine box of l)r
McLean's Liver Pills Dears tho ktgnniujo
of Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., and
their prlvato U. 8. stamp. "Take no
other." Tho market is full of imitations.
It is the popular verdict that people who
have been accustomed to tho use of Bittors
and Cordials are obliged, eventually, to re
sortto McLean's Liver Pills fur permanent
"" MOwGm.
It ii impossible to cook poorly in Htir.
Belt' SHara Cooking Vessel. It is worth
doubt the price asked for it, for putting
up fruit. For sale at A. Halley's, dealer
in stores and lluwaro. C-'.Oliu
THE BULLETIN.
Pnb!lctlea tMlec, Btilletia BaUdlng'
WMklns-ion Arcane.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Water melons in Immenso quantities.
Mr. Grooloy reports crops up country
good.
musk melons hnvo mado their ap
pearance
Tho rains of Friday oveniug wcro
very uratoful.
Tho great sins of tho nation nro
smothored by tho rustloof greenbacks.
Splendid Concord grapes in market,
75 cents per box of threo pounds weight.
Thermomctor indicated 88 in the
shade; 07 in tho tun, at noon yesterday.
Business, we are credibly informed, on
tho levee, yesterday, was somnambulcnt.
Wo aro informed by n person who has
been living in tho tobacco region of Ken
tucky that tho tobacco crop promises a
fine yield. Corn is also reported as being
very flno.
If you want your houso moved or re
paired, go to J. W.Johnson, No. 11, Sixth
Street, betweon Commercial nnd Wash
ington avonues. Ordors loft with S. W.
Currico promptly attondod to. 7-2 "ml
Mr. Gossman this morning is an
nounced as n candldato for re-election to
tho offlco of Coroner. Mr. Go.isman was
mado n flrst-rato officer and wo hopo ho
mny bo re-olccted. Wo believe, too, that
ho will bo.
Tho ovonlng luminary thinks "that
tho correcpomlence of The Huliktin is
written by ono and tho samo person."
Poor fellow; ho can't see through n mile
stone Ho thinks, however the corres
pondence " evinces great versatility of
talent." That's an opinion as is an
opinion. Hem 1
Wo havo soon children, somo
of thorn school girls belonging to Mr.
Balllrcy's school opposite The Bulletin
printing house, playing in tho sun with
out anything on their heads. Parents
should not allow thorn to bo thus exposed.
It is very dangerous.
On Twenty-first street, immediately
opposito tho Lorctto Academy premises,
Mr. Grooloy, formerly ono of tho partners
of tho New York storo firm, is putting up
a now cottaga for himself. Mr. Greeley
has bcon sometimo Absent from tho city.
This is another instance of an appreciative
old citizen returning to Cairo to stay for
good. Mr. G. informs us ho is going into
tho general store business, nnd will
build immediately.
Tho Mocking Bird Bund is peculiar.
It is composed of four boys, as follows, tho
oldest of whom is not over thirteen years;
Clmrlio Parker, bones; Eugene Ellis,
mouth organ; John Keith, triangle and
Willio Scott, whistle. Tho band serenad
ed The Bulletin lately and astonishod
ut by its proficiency. It makos splendid
music, and Willie Scott as n whistler is
really wondorful. Ho boats Phil. How
ard's "hell almost blind.
Campaign anecdotes being now in
order, wo give the following, vouching for
its accuracy, having beon present
when tho circumstanco rolatod occurred :
During tho campaign of 1800, in Marion,
a lawyor, hotter vorscd in law than iu
theology, in declaiming against tho con
duct of u Williamson delegate, thus wound
up : "If ho was my brother who had noted
towards us as ho has dono, I would say to
him as tho Lord said to the woman of Sa
maria, get thoo behind mo Satan.'' Tho
roars that followed may bo imagined!
Tho oration was squelched amid u general
stampede
It is with sincere regret wo havo to
anuounco a serious accidont which occur
red on Friday night, to a worthy and in
dustrious mechanic, Mr. Fry, to whom wo
alluded a short tlmo since as building a
houso for himself on Twenty-first street.
While ongaged, qultohtte that evening, iu
putting up tho raftors of Mr. Grcoley's
now cottage, in somo way or other ho
slipped nnd foil from tho height of
eighteen or twenty feet to tho ground,
dislocating botli of the right wrist bonus,
and sustaining sovoro and painful bruises
on tho right arm nnd other parts of tho
body. Wo saw him yesterday morning,
at which tlmo ho was sufl'oritig much pain.
Dr. Dunning is attending tho sull'eriiig
limn. It will bo somo time beforo ho will
be ublo to rosuino worlc.
It is with much satisfaction wo learn
that tho Arab Firo company is about to
erect n now ongino houso on tho slto of
tho present building on Commercial ave
nue. Tho plans were drafted by our city
architects, Messrs. Hauonstino and Pluily,
and woro shown to us by thoso gentlemen,
Tho building is to consist of two stories;
dimensions, twonty-ilvo feet frontage, by
sixty feet depth ; first story, fourteon feet
heigh in tho clear, and second story fifteen
feot, with a Norman cupulo twohty feot
helgli. Tho work is, wo understand, to be
commenced immediately. Tho above
named gcntlomon also presented us with
a beautiful photoKrarh desiun of Dr
Brlgham's new liuusn to be built on tho
corner of Eleventh and Codar strools. It
is a vory neat Gothic cottago, and speaks
well for tho architictural taste of Messrs.
Huuenstino und Pbulv.
Tho bookkeeper lato in tho employ of
Chits. O. Paticr t: Co., Now York storo,
cornor of Nineteenth street and Commer
cial nvonuo, by nnino C. II. I). Vakee,
whom wo noticed a fow days ago us u de
faulter to tho nmount of $2,000 hns beon
very leniently dealt with, in considera
tion of his boing a minor, nnd other cir
cumstances. Tho matter was compro
mised by relatives, and tho loss
of his employers will not exceed
$200. Tho young man lias gono
to Chicago, and it is to bo hoped this nar
row cscupo will be a lesson to him for tho
rest of hiB life. It is oaslor to mako hard
ened criminals than lo reclaim thorn, nnd
wo think tho firm deserve groat pralso iu
this case, for not pushing thing to extrem
Ity. Young Vnkoe carao to them with
tho highest recommendations.
Mr. L. G. Harris lias been olocted
president of the consolidated Urcoloy
clubs of Mound City. A better officer
could not hnvn beon soh cted. Mr. Har
ris was a soldier und served with dis
tinction. In politics ho has always beon
a Democrat, but ono of tho advanced
school. Ho, probably, although oven
his best Mound City friends may not bo f slppl, Alabama and Arkansas. Their
awaro of tbo fact, exerts grcator influonco
on tho Democratic party of the West nnd
South than any other man In Egypt. Ho
is always going, nlways talking, always
writing, nnd is personally acquainted with
most of tho Democratic editors in tho Mis
sissippi vnlloy. Ho was ono of tho first
Democrats to throw up his hat for Urcoloy
and Brown, and is now boiling over with
enthusiasm. Ho will contrlbttto his sliaro
towards making the Grcoloy Club of
Mound City boom,
Our correspondent desired to compli
ment tho "scarred veterans' of Mound
City, and tho printer mado him speak of
tho "scared veterans." This reminds us
that our friend Mr. L. G. Harris onco mot
with a similar cxpcricnco in attempting
lo complimont a soldier frlond iu Wiscon
sin. Uo wroto: "Tho battle scarred
"lioro," nnd was shockod to rend, " tho
battlo scared hero." Harris is not easily
discouraged, nnd ho returned to tho charge.
He wroto n communication correcting tho
orror nnd animadverting upon tho blundor-
ing typo. Tho letter was published, nud
imagino his nstonishmcnl to rend tills sen-
tonco In his communication :" " The prin
ter has mado mo do great injustice to my
gallant friend. He is n bruvo man, and
tho printor makes mo call hlmn'battlu
scared hero I ' My languago wus bottle
scarred I" Whon wo suy, that IlarrU'
frlond wus somowhat given to tho (lowing
bowl, it will bo teen that his attempted
correction of tho printer's blunder did not
mend tho mutter.
TWO ARRESTS UYS1IEU1 F F 1UVINV
About n year nud u half ngo n negro
rascal named James Jackson, living about
a mile nnd a half from Villa Ridge, who
cohabited with n negro woman, becamo
enraged when she cast him olf and would
havo nothing moro to do with him. In
rcvciigo therefor, tho savngo bruto cut ofi
tho oars of her infant child nnd escaped
beforo ho could bo caught. Last Tuesday
tho bold villain enmu back, nnd word be
ing sent to Shoriff Irvin, ho stood not on
tho order of his going, but wont for him,
nnd Arresting tho unhung wolf sent him to
Pulnski county jail, whero ho is now
safely housed to tako his turn nt tho next
torm of tho criminal court.
About ten days ago information wns
sent to Sheriff Irvin of a negro named
Lawronco Bird, who murdered n mnn by
tho numu of Richard O'Barwon, oi. tho
farm of Joseph Clark, in Missouri, und
was floating around tho Miecry mills in
Centrnlin. Tho sheritl wns off in n gifi'y,
bagged tho murderer and returned hero
with him on Friday. Sheriff Swank, of
Mississippi county, Mo., catr.n after him
and took him over to Charleston, .Mo., to
bo hold for trial. Slienll Irvin deserves
great credit for his promptness and skill
in nnbbing the above named desperate ruf
fians. POLICE OFFICE.
After n calm comes n storm. At tho af
ternoon session tbo nrenn ofjustlco over
which 'Squlro Shanncssv preside", was
filled with spectators to wiluoss the mas
torly manner in which his honor applied
tho scourgo of terror to wrong-doers.
John Cain ushered into his honor's pres
ence n couplo of unwilling guests, in tho
porsons or William Davis and Michael
Rimmons, who, it appears, after getting
outside of too much tcorpion soup, mis
took "tho other man " for a hosing past,
and with dexterity and energy, doubled
their digits, and uave u freo exhibition of
their scientific powors to n largo nnd ad
miring out-of-door Audience, ntlbruing
somo lively cvidonces that they "did
know something " of oyo bunging and
ncnu pummeiing. uomer ot Sixth street
and Commercial nvonuo, wns tho seat of
war. Being unlicensed professionals, his
honor thought tho moral breach could
not bo healed for n less sum than $7.00
and costs each, amounting to $12.15
n pioco. An execution was ordored, or, on
tho alternative of non-pnymont, 11 davs
in the public safe
Beforo these cases had fairly reached
conclusion, tho Cain brothers wero called
upon to tell what "they know about" u
foot race A joker iiamcr Elijah Jubbee,
who had been evidently testing too many
samples of tho essence of Jimjambs, under
took up equine race ugainst timo on Pop
lar street, whooping like ono of Mr. Lo's
Comanche's. Ho turned up Ninth
street nnd along tho vacant lots, until
cither exhausted, or seeing It wus useless
to compoto with tho fleet footed stnrs, ho
camo to timo. Boin run uu to "lustlco's
uwful front," ho wlltod. Tho 'Squire
informed him that that race was
worth $3 00 any way, und tho
trimmings being put in us u rider, camo to
$0.25 odd. Willi perfect good nature
tho vanquished horo evinced u plensura
blo indifference to tho cost of the "littlo
joko", nnd'with a cheerful pluck extremely
edifying to behold, ho forked ovor like u
whole-souloJ fellow, Indulging In somo jo
cund remarks ns ho did so, hook hands
witli tho gquiro and his counsel, und de
parted, with "wealth to sj'ond nnd power
to rnnge," rejoicing.
ATTENTION ARABS.
Thoro will bo nn adjourned rogulur
mcoting of tho company on to-morrow
evening ut 7 o'cIoon. Every membdr is
requested to attend, us business of Impor
tance is to bo transacted, By order of
company. T. J. Kkhtii, Socrotary.
PARSONS A CO'S QUEENSWARK
ESTABLISHMENT.
As u of sort Itiltiativo step iu the statistic
al information which wo propose to furnish
in order to givo strangers nnd others some
Idea of tho extent ol'tlio biisiiicn donoin
Cairo, wo called on Messrs. Parsons A Co.
wholesale and retail dealors in crockory,
glass ware, cutlery and toys, for somo
information respecting tho amount of
buslnoss thoy wore transacting in their
lino.
-Mr. Parsons infnrmod us ttint their
gross rccoipts for tho yoar ending this
month amounted in round numbers to
SEVENTY THOUSAND DOLLAISS.
not Inclusive of city custom.
Tills firm ship to dlil'ereat points In tho
following slides : Illinois, Ohio, Indiana,
Missouri, Kentucky, Tonnessoo, Missis-
shipments consist of quconsware, glass
ware, cutlery, fancy goods nnd toys. It
Is only between flvo and six years slnco
these gcntlomon took hold of tho buslnoss
n this city; nnd slnco tho first year's on
orations their buslnoss has more titm doub
led. Those nro facts which cannot bo con
tradicted. Thoy havo attained this sue
coss by judicious management and squaro
doallng, and their custom is still on the In
crease Can any business houio In tho
samo line, In nny city double
tho slzo of Cairo, presents it similar ex
hibit? Is r.ol such n showing stronger
than n thousand theoretical arguments of
tho commorcinl Importance of Cairo, ns n
contorofcommorce,oftho facility nffordod
by open navigation tho year around. Wu
proiumo when wo gnthor up other f lets of
a llko nature, nnd thoy becomo known,
thoy will nsionish hundreds of capitalists
who havo given tho go-by to Cairo, to lo
cale in places whoro they nro doing, proh
ably, not half tbo business thoy would havo
dono In this city.
Further, does not tho exhibit intimnto a
wnnt does it not striko every thinking
man that nnothor industry would
find n profitable encouragement hero?
Does it not Indicate thnt n crockery wnro
manufactory is badly nocdod horo. Tho
material for porcelain wnro is nil around
us. Within u fow miles Kuollne, whlto
clay, und nil tho accessories nro ut
hand. Tho sales would bo immediate
and immenso, and tho profits would bo
commensurate therewith. Next week wo
shall endeavor to press this nnd other
kindred mat tors, nnd show how continu
ously und strenuously The Bulletin
has over exerted Its influenco to mako
the capabilities of Cairo known abroad,
nnd has stuck, through thick and thin,
through evil report nnd through good
report, pertinaciously to tho ndvocacv of
tho bust interests of Cairo nnd her people
P. S.vur's popular Tobucco nnd Cignr
Storo Is located on Commercial nvenue,
between Sixth nnd Sovonth Btrcets, nud
marked by tho unique sign of "tho Girl of
tho Period."
FOR SALE.
I will sell my brick cottago and two
lots, on corner of Sixth nnd Wulnutstreots,
suitable for any family, having soven
finely finished rooms besido tho basement;
gas throughout; two cisterns, und out
houses nil complete; flno shrubbery, fruit
etc.,
Enquire at my shop on Sixtli street, or
nt my residence ns above
July 28. tf. Fred. Thkoiiold.
IT IS A POLmCALFAOT
a religious fact n moral fuct n scien
tific fuct a fuct Indisputable, that P.
SAUPhas on hand, ut his popular To
iiacco and Cioak Stoke, tho best brands
of nil kinds Tobacco and Cigars.
Thoso who like to see business rmi
xng, should step into A. Halley's
tin store nnd look nt them manufacturing
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vessels keeps
them nil busy to supply tho demand.
W. J. Cary, undertaker, has removed
to tho old P. O. building on Commercial
avenue. 7-21-dlw.
ICE I ICKII ICE! 1 1
From Wednesday May 1st, tho ico
wagon will canvass tho city, to continuo
during tho summer months. None but
puro northern lake co will bo delivered.
Huse, Loomis, A Co.
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vessel Is war
ranted to cook quicker and bettor than
any vessel in use, for sale at A. Halley's
ti-juim
Fluting Scissors. Irons und Machines, u
A. Hally's. 7-23-dlw.
Tho American Epicure nnd Nntiona
Broilers, ut A. Hnlly's. 7-23-dlw.
Best Woiss beor nt thu Thalia. 0-21td
Go to tho Thalia for tho Lest Weiss
beer in town. 5-2ldtf
Go to Win, EiilerV, on Twentieth
street, for your lino custom mudo boots
und shoes. You can't do hotter. Try
them.
Skirt, Bosom and Bread Boards, at A
Hnlly'
-23-dlw.
Tho largest und best nssormcnl of Cook
ing stoves in tho market, ut Hally's.
7-23-dlw.
NOTIOh.
III. Central it. It., Co. )
AaiiM'H oitici:, July 10, J 87-J. j
I urn now prepared to givo rates and
sign bills of iuding to points on tho Miss.
Central Rutlroud.
7-17tf. James Johnson, Agent.
Help ok we J'kiu&u. This Is whut
neglected teeth would suy if thoy could
romonstrato witli their owners ; and murk
this, tho teeth cannot perish or becomo
black or yellow if thu Xozodont is used
dully. j27dAwlw
Tho Patent 111 nig Fruit Cun ut Daily's
7-23-dlw.
Bust and Choupest wooden Pump in
tho Market, at A. Hally's. 7-22-dlw.
O. Hauknbtine, Architect. This
goiitlomtui has established himself success
fully iu his business in this city. Ho last
year mado tho plans uml specifications of
John Gocckel's, Peter Nell's und 11, My
ers' buildings on Ohio Levee, nnd Fred
Thegbold'3 handsome residence on corner
Sixth and "Walnut streets; nud this year
made tho plan of Peter Culil's, Dr. Ward
ner's, John Koehler's, Gilbert Brinkmoyer
and Smith's, und LcuKleb's buildings. Ho
also superintended the erection of all tlicto
buildings, unci points to them for proof of
his ability to do good work in ids lino. Ho
mado thu plans mid specifications ot n pub
lic school building iu .Metropolis, nnd of
many other buildings here and ulsowhore
Ho asks tho attention of tho public to his
works, und believes ho Is entitled to liberal
patronu",o. 7-31m
lr you wish to indtilgo in a doliclou
clgnr, patronize P.Saup, Commercial Ave
nue if you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobucco, pipes, tobacco pouches, otc,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
Cigar storo.
RIVERNEWS
PORT LIST.
ARRIVED.
Stoatnor Gon. Andorson, St. Louis.
" Honry Probasco, Cincinnati.
" Uoro, Metropolis.
" Warner, St. J.ouls.
" John Moans, Cincinnati.
" Michigan, Cincinnati.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" West Wind, Paducah.
" Hollo Memphis, St. Louis.
" Rover, Ohio River.
" it. A. Bubbage, Columbus.
DEPARTED.
Stoamor Gon. Anderson, Metropolis.
" Henry Probasco, St. Louis.
" Horo, St. Louis.
" Wurnor, Cincinnati.
" John Means, St. Louis;
" Illinois. Columbus.
" West Wind, Paducah.
" Hollo Memphis, Memphis.
" R. A. Babbogc, SL.Lculs.
mo muddy coal.
Steamboats suppllod nt nny tlmo, both
day nnd night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In nny quantity, nnd on usual
terms, nt tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorablo
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Bokek, Gen'l.Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-10-ly.
110ATS l.E.WINO TO-DAY.
Tho lino passeriL-or packet Belle St.
Louis leaves for .Memphis, VicUsburg and
ull way-landings this evening at 0 o'clock.
Tho lino iron uteamer John T. Mooro
leave to d.iy for Sinewn.irt nnd nil lnnd-
ings on Red river. Tho Utah is tho boat
leaving ut C o'clock tlil muming for Littlo
lock ami mi points on Arkansas rlvor.
Tl.o fast Grand Tower Is the regular
packet Tor St. Louis leaving this ovoning
ut 0 o'clock. Tho elegant ldlowlld is tho
fast puckct for Evansvlllo and ull points
on the Ohio river leaving at C o'clock this
evening.
CONDITION OP THE RIVERS.
Tho Ohio rlvor continues swelling from
Evansvlllo to this port. Tho rise was not
ns great yesterday as tho day before. Tho
fall in tho upper Ohio continues. Tho
Cumberland river is rising steadily, with
throo feet on thu shoals. Tho rlio In thu
Mississippi has commenced again nt n
slow rate. The ro is plenty of water from
hero to Jsow Orleans.
UUSI.VESS AND WEATHER.
There was n fuir nmount of business
dono nt tho landings yesterday. There is
quito n lot of frciglit ready for shipment.
Tho past week wns ono of business und
big amount of freight was handled.
Tho weather was very hot, with prospects
of u shower during tho afternoon.
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.
The towboat Hero has been hired
to tow tho hull of tho Hello of Shrcvcport
from Metropolis to St. Louis. She went
up after it night beforo Inst.
Thu Anderson took her bargo to Me
tropolis to bo loaded with lumber for St.
Louis. Tho W. H. Brown departed for
Louisvillo witli u tow. Tho Warner had
a tow of iron ore for the Ohio river.
Tho Henry Probasco discharged a largo
lot ot miscellaneous freight, arid had a
good packet trip for St. Louis.
There aro recks nnd obstructions enough
between tho moulh of tho Ohio river and
Mound City t keep ono of the snag boats
busy for six months.
Tho bargo Estolle, leaves to-day in tho
tow of the Bee Capt. Shinkle, of tho
Bodmann, arrived from Cincinnati yes
terday. Our old friend Capt. J. N. Throop, was
in tho city yesterday.
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
Vitr Nntlonnl Itank IIiiIIiIIuk.
M.Hpecial attention paid to orders Irom Meatn
boats nliiht or day
Burnett's stcum cooking vessels aro
sold ut tho following exceedingly low
prices:
For No. 7 stoves, $2 r.O und $3 00.
For No. 8 stoves, S3 00 and $3 &0.
Thoy uro as handy to use as an ordinary
steamer. They will save their cost every
fow weeks in tho saving of wood or coul,
besides tho great gain in tho quality of
rood cooked in it.
J. J. Anderson A Co., gas fitters, 01
Ohio Loveo, ovor Lonorgan A Cunning
hams, feed storo, do all kinds of steam imp
gas lilting ohoapor than tho cheapest, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction in every in
stance If thoy do not please thoy will
not charge Givo them n trial. Thoy
know their business porfectly. Remember
tho place CI, Ohio Loveo. 6-31
Fritz Scheler's beer saloon, on Wash
ington avenue, west side, between Ninth
und Tenth streets, has becomo u favorite
place of resort. His Weiss hcor is ulwaya
cool und fresh und quenches thirst with
magic quickness. Tho bar is also stocked
with tho best brands of whisky and brandy
and ids lino of wines is splendid. Fritz is
a courteous und clever host, und deserves
lihernl putronage. Cull on him. tr.
Oastoria a substitute for Custer Oil
a family physio which is pleasant to tako
and does not distress or gripe, but is suro
to opcrato when ull other remedies havo
fulled. It is n purely vegotablo prepara
tion, containing neither Minorals, Mor
phino nor Alcohol, tho rosult of fifteen
yonrs experimenting ly Doctor Samuol
Pitcher. It is porfectly harmless and far
moro effective than rills, Narcotic Sy
rups or Castor Oil. By soothing tho
system it produces nntural sloop, und is
particularly adapted to crying or toothing
childien. It kills Worms, euros Stomach
Ache, Constipation, Flatulency nnd De
rangement ot tho Liver. No family can
ufl'nrd to bo without tills article. It costs
but !)0 cents ask your druggist to got it
for you, nnd he will ulwuvs kcop it.
J27w4t
NERVOUS D141UL1TY,
Willi IIn Kluoiny nttriMliiiilN, lotr nii
IIh' doprrkNloii, Involuntary nmlMNloi).
Ioni of HFineii, Hieriunlurrliti-a, loan of
Vower. litany lit-iul, Ion ot memory,
iissil llirontoiHMl Impotence mid liubV.
illlly, lluilit Noverelicii euro In liuin.
nlirey'M Upiuvopallilc Npccllle No
i fc't!ii ! Coin,o nltte most vnltiH.
t e mild and potent Ourntlvwt. they ulriko
it the roou the ot m.ttt.i, iono up t o gvi
torn, arreatthnd "Cliargei, flmt-itu;.ir( vhrorand
energy, Illy rmd vitality totlieentno man. Tlioy
havo cured thousand, of c;oh. pr Ce, IS pei
packsgMtif li ve boxes and a Inrire U via!, which
id very Inijiortunt in (ibatmate or old eaaei, or 11
iieriinulebox. sold hy all driifulaln. aaJ ten
by mall on receipt of prlco. AdJr" n Humphrey
HpeeiHo Homeopathic Medlclae Co., Wt Rroa
ay,I. Y. p, o. HJHUH
aiitftdsowawlv Aiat, Cairo, lllmo .
Our Homo Advertisers.
MTOVKM, TINWAHE, ETC,
ATI! ALLEY,
DEALER IN STOVES,
SHUaaH
Tin and nollow Ware. ciolhei Wrma-era Toils
Wars, Coal Modi, VlrsBhovsli, Air OaU.
MARcrAcrvata or
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
IRON WARE.
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Wltoofln. OutterinK, and all klads oflo
ork dona at ahorteat nolle. fabldtf
ARB UNDOU1ITEDLY THE
CHEAPEST TO BUY I
BEST TO US E.I
EASIEST TO SELL
And never fail to
GIVK ENTIRE SATISFACTION
IN ANY AND'ALL LOCALITIES.
58,168
SOLD IN PAST THREE YEARS I
V.ietf tore offered it a proof that the
1S DOING MORE WORK,
DOING IT BETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT AT LESS EXPENSE
than any other Cooking Hto?a made.
SOLD BY EXCELSIOR MANU'fO. COMPANY,
ST. liOTJTS,
Wholesale Dealer in all kind of TINNERS'
STUCK; and ty all lire Hlote Dealers, like
0. W. HENDERSON,
in Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO ILLS.
e-MOdAl.
BBTaTaV faYaYaY
HEAD QUARTERS.
BEBRWABT, 0RTH & CO.
130 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
I Dealers in
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
WARE,
GRATES, MANTELS
pumps, plows,
:e feigebatoes
ICE CHESTS
WATER COOLERS.
GOOCH'S FREEZERS,
BIRD CAGES,
"W X IR 33 CLOTH
for Window Screens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDER
&c, &c, &c.
farming Implements,
HOES, RAKES,
SHOVELS, FORKS,
SCYTHES, SNATHS,
CRADLES, &c, &o.
Mo manufacturers of
GUTTERING AND ROOKING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Copper Ware
Sole Agents far the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric's Moveable Point Steel Flow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
BCANTLIN A COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
AND
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
TOP,
Warranted a stir curs lor smoking eblmnla
JOHN S1IEEHAN,
RETAIL GROCER
And Dealer In
VEOETARLE8, FRUITS, EOOS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC. p
J3" All Ooods warranted fresh, and sola
st tho lowest prices.
Corner 0th aad St. Commercial Ave,
7-U3 tf.

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