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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JULY 30, L972.
MIL-LIR ft PARKER,
BIALER8 IN FLOUR, CORN
OtU, Hay, etc.,
AOIKTS m FAIRBANK S SCALES
Otte Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS ft CO.,
i to K. B. a ndnc A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
aaBa.. Liberal aeTaaeementa made S?
BJaB npoo OoMigatnenta. sftTT u
Are areaer id lo receive, ttor and forward
PraffkU to all an lata and bur and
all oa eoamleeioa,
aetata elUaded to promptly;
g. D. KATBVM.. s, a ,UHL
MATHUSS ft UHL,
HAT AND WESTERN PRODUCE
Mm. H MH l.KVKE.
8TRATTON ft BIRD,
(aeoeeeor toStrettoo, IladaonA Clark,)
67 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
CLOSE ft VINCENT,
3D0BJLIi3BHS TOST LIME
Cement, Plabtek Pakjb,
PLASTERER'S II A 1 11,
aaata Street aad Sate Utn
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE,
General Commiasion Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
W. M. WtlXIAMS, Jas. Kinsley,
Lata of Vkktkurg, Miaa. Lata oi Cin'li, J
W. M. WILLIAMS ft CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
rOEWABOINO AND COMMISSION
65, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN fi. PHLLIS ft SON,
iBuccaaaora to John B. Plilllu,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cob. TENTH-ST. akp OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
Aad Agent or
OMIO EIVEB AND KANAWBA
70 Ohio Lkvkx,
RKOUI.AK CAIRO. PADUCAH A EVANS-
VII.I.E HKM I-WKKKIjY U. S.
The Fan) and Klegaat Pitner Steamer
.Tack Orammkk, Mntcr.
Ei. Tiiomah, Clerk.
K7T" I.onlrs Cnlrn for 1'iultlrnli mill r.vntit.
vlHcTctcry Tlmrwlny und Kiinduv cveuinir.
atfl o'clock, connectlnc nt Kvativlllc with
the Louisville and Cllicliinall packet. For
freight or passage npply to
Jamkb IIuhm Passenger Ag't.
REOtII.AU CAlltO.PADUOAH .v. EVANS
VIL.LE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The fine Passenger Packet
l3fLcnvcs Cairo for Pnducali ami Evan
vlllc every TueMliiy ami Friday evening at G
u chick, ror ircigui or
board or to
parage apply on
James Uiuat. I'ossengcr Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVAN3V1L1.K
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The flue low pressure Passenger Packet
IKiri.euve Cairo evcrv Wcdncwlnv and
Saturday cwiilng at 0 o'clock, for Paduculi
and Evansvlllc. For freight or nausc ap
ply on board or to
.i.AMKSiuiiiis, i -avenger jg t.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trips dally.
IIATIXO CAlaO I LK4VINO MOt XD CITT
. i a.m. At 8:30 M.m.
At 11..... ....a.m. Al 1:30 p m.
At 4-30 -p.m, At 6 .... ........p.m.
Fare each way, 30 cenU ; lo tickets for 12 CO.
Will land, whtn hailed, at any pood tuterineiltiile
andinglor passengers or freight. nor ltf.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
Ben. Howard Capt.
Leaen Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at 4
a. no. For freighter paaaags applj on board or
anStf JAB BIGOS, Ag't.
C. Hauenbtine, Architect. This
gentleman baa established himself success
fully in his business in this city. Ho last
year raado the plans ttnd specification of
John Goeckel, Peter Nell's and II. My
ers' buildings on Ohio Levee, and Fred
Thoobold'i bundsomo rosidenco on corner
Sixth and Walnut streets; nnd this year
madotho plan of Peter Cuhl's, Dr. Ward-
nor's, John Kochlor's, Gilbert Drinkmoyer
and Smith's, and LeoJCleb's buildings, lie
also superintended tho erection of all these
buildings, and points to them for proof of
his ability to do good work in his lino. Ho
made the plana nnd specifications otu pub
lic school building in Metropolis, nnd of
many other buildings hero nnd elsewhere.
He asks tho attention of tho public to his
works, and believes lie Is entitled tolibcrnl
A wuole rKoi'LK'a opinion. When n
nation of forty millions accepts and en
dorses as a Standard Kkstoiiativk tin
articlo that it bas had the fullest opportun
ities of testing during u period oftwelvo
yean, who can bo so absurdly incredulous
as to doubt the excellence of the prepam
tion ? Plantation Bitters has passed
through this ordeal and is now tho most
popular proprietary medicine on this con
tinent It would bo difficult to And an
adult of either sex between tho Atlantic
and tho Pacific, or between tho norlhoust
cornor of Mitino and tho Gulf of .Mexico,
who docs not know, cither from pergonal
experience or observation, that this re
nowned vegetable remedy is the purest
tonic and stomachic and tho finest alter
ative and regulating medicine at present
l..r... Ann n.nviinlli .if .1
euro for diseases generated by malaria,
and as a specific for dyspepsia, rheuma
tism, and all nervous nnd billions ntlVc
tions, it is admittod to bo fairly pronouccd
tho Favorite Household Tonic and
Altxrativk of tho Western Homlsplioro.
Ulankknuuhq ahead I Wines nnd Ci
gars I oldest and choicest, nt tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite tho Post Office
Finest of Liquors, Preo Lunches nnd mu
sic every day. Tho greut Liberal nnd
Deraocratic,Greo)y & Drown drinko Wkis
Rkkr, is in ado a specialty, and Fredprides
himself upon keeping the freshest nnd
coolest in the ctiy. Lemonades tho cold
est, mixed drinks and music tho finest
Go there. G-27tf
300 Doz. Custom Mado Fruit Cans, ut
A. Unity's. 7-23-dtw.
Stop Laddors of nil slzos at A. Unlly's
THE BULLETIN. ,
Having refurnished this woll known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
street, near tho post office, tho proprie
tress would inform tho publlo that the
is prepared to accommodate tho public
with first-class bourd and woll furnished,
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason
able terms. Ampto preparations have
been mado to accommodalo an unlimited
number of day bourdors. Patronage so
licited. Mkm. T. N. Gawnicv.
Frod Theobald haa opened a branch
barber shop, in Dlankcnburg's building
corner of Washington avenue and Four
teentb street, convenient to the post-office.
He ha furnished it in good style, and will
personally auperintend it. Those desir
ing an easy shave, or hair dressed, are ad
vised to call at Fred's now shop. It is
Mr. Theobald's intention to continuo his
down totfn shop as usual, and while ho Is
absent at tho poit-offlco barber thop, tho
Sixth street shop will be under the charga
ot Gua Hlme. 7-1 8if.
Pnblieallwst Office. BallttllM Hnlldisiar
Very few leama in town to-dny.
Grooley badges will aoon bo in order-
Utuinoss on tho Leveo rusty. 'Twill
bo brisk enough soon.
Peter Cuhl baa taken possession of bis
new building as coolly as if 'twits notlnng
Ycstorday aftornoon tho windows of
Heaven woro opened and n heavy thunder
storm abated tho hent somewhat.
Myers and Arnold have not been visi
ble for throo dnys. Arnold vanished ut
With tho old Indian, who bad born
unto him nothing but girls, wo cry Again
"Sheborgnn" she-boy -ngnln.
"When will that Greeley club bo or
ganized ? nnd wbcro can wo obtain head
quarters fur It 7
A Grceloy ratification meeting In this
city Is being worked up slowly, but when
it does come it will bo n rouser.
From Mr. Morgan wo nro clad to
learn that tho bub factory will soon bo
started. "Wo predict for it eminent suc
cess. Tho llttlo "Commercial," edited by
Mr. Louis Davl. n now Cairo weekly, docs
not come to t. Wo wish young Davis
lots of success.
Tho "Ga.otto" puffs Mr. Obcrly of
The Bulletin in a manner tbnt gratifies
us. Wo nro too modest to quote, nnd
simply return our thanks.
Tho delegates of this county to tho
Democratic Senatorial convention nt
Jonesboro to-day, wont up thin morning
on tho 2 o'clock train.
Mr. Mercury puton toplofticnl spirits
to tho height of 100 in tho simile; Sol
whipped him up t.11.1in tho sun, the
ambitious monster, tit 3 p. m.t Monday.
"We have not seen the faco of tho bc
novolent P. H. Popo for n week or more.
We were getting used to him, and are al
ready hnnkoring to sco him again. Most
likely bo has gone somewhere.
A slight accident occurred yesterday
on tho sido track of the III. C. K. 11. nbovo
tho depot. A coal train backing with
rather too much force wrecked the end car,
and smashed the bumper. No other dam
ay o done. '
Wo notico that tho new Methodist
church (colored) has loon commenced, on
Eighteenth, between "Walnut and Cedar
Tho sill plates nro laid on tho brick sup
ports. Tho dimensions nro CO feet by 70
It is impossible to cook poorly in Bur
nett's Steam Cooking Vcssol. It is worth
doublo tho prico asked for it, for putting
up fruit. For salo ut A. Halloy's, dealer
in stoves nnd tinware 6-201 m
An emigration of a couplo of wagon
load of 'skeotcr seems to havo arrived in
Cairo, from tho Mississippi county swamps
of Missouri ; they nro of tho turkey buz
zard variety, with bills ono nnd a hull'
Tbos. Lockford, of this city, an em
ploye of tho Cairo und Vinccnnes railroad
company, working with tho pilo drivors
nbovo Mound, City wa killed July 25th
by tho rebounding of it snatch block,
cnusod by n chain brenking.
C. R. Woodward, Ksq., tho famous
iron morchaut, is pushing things ahead.
Tho insldo work in his new brick addition
Is being forwarded ns fast as hands can do
it. This gentleman will furniih us with
valuable statistics in a few days.
Complaints havo reached us from tho
fourth ward that subscribers don't get
their paper promptly. Wo shall "bo
obliged if subscribers will inform us of
any omissions of tho kind promptly, and
thoy shall bo ns promptly remedied.
Mr. Schultz is tho partner of llaucn
stine, and not Phuly, its wo stated on Sun
day. Schultz is tho civil enginoer of the
firm and is thorough in his business. As
a draftsman also he is accomplished, as tho
work upon tho mop of Cttlro, lately drawn
lor Air. Uberly, will abundantly testify.
Prof. Krucor will lecture. August
Cth, ut tho Gorman school house, on tho
"Future of the Aitierlcuii Schools." Tho
professor is an crudito gentleman, nnd
will, no doubt, handle his subject with
skill and eloquence. Wo bono ho mnv
havo tho pleasure of speaking to n largo
Rev. Mr. Coun, rector of tho KnUco
pal church, left yesterday on a visit to his
sick father, residing in Now York state.
All letters itddresscd to him should bo di
rected to Onolda Luko, Madison county,
Now York, und telegrams, caro of James
Keeder, ConnUoto, Now York. During
bisnbsenco II. II. Candeo, Esq., Sabbuth
School superintendent, will conduct
morning service. Wo wish tho roverend
gentleman a plouinnt journey nnd a enfo
Mr. Patrick Clancy's boarding house
nnd saloon, on Levee strcot, nenr tho stono
depot, has bien renovated throughout,
nnd though nearly full, n few more board
era enn find accommodation by immcdlato
application. The saloon has been neatly
painted a cool stone color, nnd the counter
panels have been painted nnd tho edges
gilded. Tho bar is amply provided, ho
states, with ales, und tho purest liquors.
Tho work wus done by Messrs. Stoner A'
John Ohio, sometime ago nn inmato
of the Jacksonville Insane Asylum, made
his cseupa from that institution by leaping
from a seconil-itory window to n trco,
from tho tree tp tho wall enclosuro ol tho
grounds, und then to tho road. Without
a cent of money ho succeeded In reaching
Cairo, and began to nlurm hi frionds by
his threats. In somo way, ascertaining
that ho was to bo arrested and sent back
to tho asylum, ho loft tho homo and wont
to St. Louis. On Saturday he returned,
when hia friends took cbnrgoofhiin und
placed him undor tho cure of John Cain
and Louit Nuisano, who loft with him
yesterday afternoon for Jacksonville.
Cairo bas any amount of rodonlr, and
at certain seasons they becomo cxtrcmoly
bold nnd troublesome. Here Is on Infalli
ble romcdy for n wbolesnlo trap. Orcuso
ft fourteen foot board nnd fill it full of fish
hooks ; set it up nt nn nnglo of forly-llvo
degrees nnd put an old checio nt tho top.
A fellow who tried tho experiment caught
thirty In ono night. They went up nnd
slid down and got hooked. Whnr'a yor
Moro bricks, tlmocr, mortar, in wild
arrny on Sixth stroct. E. F. Davis, Usq.,
flour and commission merchant, has com
menced building his now store, und Is
pulling down tho rooms formerly occupied
by Mr. Carey, undertaker. Tho wnfo
houio will bo of two stories nnd basement ;
80 foot frontago and 00 feet depth. Ho
expects to havo It finished in two weeks
from now. Who say Cairo has not enter
prising men. Tho looms over tho first
story of tho building ho now occupies nro
to havo nn nrched roof, and be. fitted up in
n public bnll for concerts, foUlval, etc.
Tho now warehouse Is for tho communion
This is what tho represeiitatlvn girl of
Cairo cays ''in quotations," about kissing.
Sho says she knows whereof she spcukt'
nnd gives further notico that this is leap
If you want n kiss, take it,
There i a Jolly proverb this,
That n man Ih halt' In heaven
When he ha a xvoman'H kl-:
But there's a danger in ilelaving,
Ami the Mveetiiei may fori-ako It,
So I tell you, balil1il Iciwr,
If you want a klit: Why take It.
Never let another fellow
..Steal it march on you In thl.
Never let u huiL'hlntr maiden
See you t-poitlng for it kl.
There a royal way to kls-In,
Ami the Jolly one who take It
Have a motto that in winning:
II you want n ki-: Why, take It.
Any fool may face a woman,
Anybody wear it crown ;
But it man mut win it woman
If he'd h:ie her for hi- own,
Would you have the golden apple,
You mutt Und the tree and shake it ;
If the thing N worth the having,
And vou want it kin: Whv, take It.
Tho dispensation of justico was ugaln
exercised ycstorday by Squlro Shotines sy,
with becoming gravity nnd coolness.
A brutal looking specimen of tho col
ored persuasion, accused with obscene
hlitthcrskiting, nnd exhibiting pugilistic
proclivities under tho influence of benzine,
wu requested to subscribe $3 to tho city
treasury and pay tho costs ; execution
ordered, und in default of paytm-nt 13
A. L. Mosby, nltor sampling nt somo
by-way misery mill, proceeded to display
himself us n piece of statuary somowheru
on Commercial avenue. Tho Indignant
.Marshal Cain swooped down upon his
manly form, und his honor was of the de
cided opinion that $5 was tho least ho
could assess on the virtuous showman, und
tho littlo perquisites woro also added.
Goo. Terroy for samo offense, was keel
limited by the iinplucnblo. foe, and from
his honor's lips proceeded tho gontlo re
quest for n V. and garnishing. Security
Sum Humphries Wis nrrostod by tho
bashful .Martin, morely for doubling his
nubs, und with his arms imitating hori
zontally tho motions of n trombone player.
His exertions steamed up lu forty liorso
power, by turpontlno and benzinu mixed,
woro valued ut S3 und tho squeezing. II o
realized the fact, ttnd forked over nil but
a tritlo secured.
Two precious birds of promise, ar
rayed in linon that hud never seen soap,
opened their sweots of promise ut tho mild
persuasion of ono of our stars to tho mild
er gaze of tbo squire. They gave their
names us John Kelley and Win, Martin,
who wore cutight on tho wharfbont, after
enjoying a swim, in u nudti state. And
'oh, iniiit Meatus Martini,'' which tLo
vulgar intorpret "my eyonnd Betty Martin,
didn't thoy look blunk ut thu call for $5
gruenbucks nnd cupor sauce. Their re
sources being us bare us their bucks when
caught, they hud to take board at M clinic's
custlu eight days each.
In our comments on tho quotnswuro
business of this city, wo purposely omitted
nny mention of nnaihcr brnnch of
trado intimately connected therewith
Wo mean that of glassware. Now it Is it
notorious fact, that all the Ingredients ne
cessary for the manufacture of glassware
havo been provided by nuturo within easy
reach. St. Louis in tho west, und La Sullu
north of us urn the nourest points where
glass is manufactured. It is quite true
that it takes money to mako monoy. Tho
encouragements and liberal inducements
which hnvo been held out by the Cairo
City Property TrusteoSjOfTurun preceduntcd
advantages to persons having capital to
embark in this business. Brick for build
ing, flro clay, eund, lime, fuel, etc., nro, one
might almost say, within it stone's throw of
the city. The trado south Is linmenso; tho
river is tho highwuy of commerce, and
winter and summer thoru would bo equal
demand for all kinds ol glassware that
could bo manufactured. AVhon tho ad
vantages presented for this and other man
ufactures of equal importance uro so evi
dent, wo nro positively amazed nt tho want
of perception shown. It Is something won
derfulpunt coiiiprohciulon thut tho op
portunity, so inviting, is not seized on by
it dozen competitors. Can it bo that men
urn so blinded by preconceived prejudices
of what they don't know, but only imagine
about Cairo, that they thus hold oil', us
though they wero nirnld of being trapped,
Wo tiro going to keop up this strain, if it
takes a Ilfo tlmo to do it, until an ap
preciation of tho immenso advantages
Cairo presents us an cxtenslvo manufactur
ing nnd commercial emporium nro pructic
ICK! 1CKII ICKI1I
From W'cdnesday May 1st, tho Ico
wagon will cunvuss tho city, to continue
during tho summer months. None but
pure northern lake co will bo delivered.
HUhK, Loomib, & Co.
Best Applo Pcalor, Corors and Slice ut
A. Hally's. 7-23-dlw.
FLOUR BUSINESS OF CAIRO.
To-day wo lay before our rendors ft
partial account of tho flour business of
this city. When all tbo statistics in till
business hovu been gathered up, wo shall
present tho summary In full. On this oc
casion wo give only tho particular fur
nished us by Mr. Gallglier, of tho Cairo
City Mills, and .Mr. Adnms, of the Kgyp
tion Mills, which nro ns lollows:
Mr. Gallglier informed us that hi ship
ments lor tho la t year down the river to
different points In Alabama, Louisiana,
and Mississippi, mid lu dill'erelit points on
the Mobile and .Mississippi Central Rail
road amount in round numbers, to 40,000
bnrrels. During tho (nine tlmo his wheat
purchases have amounted to 300,000
bushels, nnd his locul trado to 10,000 bar
rels of flour. So much for ono of our
Cairo mills. This amount of business was
done, notwithstanding tho stoppage for
some time, caused by tho accident which
happened last Spring.
Mr. G. has live run of stono driven by a
splenuid now engine, two now boiler, 21
reel in length, and 3 feet, 10 incites in
diameter. There are four flues; thocylln
der is 1 1 J inches diaiitotcr,und tho piston 1ms
d feet stroko. Every thing is In apple pie
order mid working up to its full capucity-
thk kovptia.v mills
which wo next called ut, wo wero Informed
by .Mr. Adam, tho superintendent, wero
doing fully thu samo amount of exporting;
ho stated their shipments to bo not less
than 40,000 barrels of Hour, nil
of prime brands, to points in
Mississippi, Louisiana, und Tennes
see. Their wheat purchases are about
200,000 bushels, nnd loi'ul trado about
10,000 barrels. Both mills poises about
tho sumo working capacity and In the
busy time ol tho year havo to work extru
time. Wo noticed this mill it short time
since, und it must bo observed thut the
above figures uro tho showin;; for ono
year, including the stoppage whilst the
new top story was being added nnd other
improvements in the machinery made.
When wo conm to get the rest of tho
llour statistics, mid mid them all up, it
will, perhaps, cause several exclamations
of surprise In adjacent towns nnd cities.
Woaro just now in earnest, and proposo
giving figures that won't lie.
After tho proceeding was in type, hav
ing to call on E. F. Davis, esq., be Informed
us Hint his flour business amounted to ut
letst fi,000 bnrrels exported during tho
past year, and 6,000 barrels In tho local
homo trndo. This we uro requested to ndd
is only ono branch of his business. Wo
shall get to nil of tho rest In duo season.
P. Saup's popular Tobncco und Cigar
Storo is located on Commercial uventie,
between Sixth nnd Seventh streets, nnd
marked by tho uniquo sign of "the Girl of
I will fell my brick cottngo nnd two
lots, on corner of Sixtlt and Walnut street,
suitable for nny family, having seven
finely finished rooms bcsldo tho basement;
gus throughout; two cisterns, mid out
houses nil complete; fino shrubbery, fruit
Knquiro nt my shop on Sixtli street, or
ft', my residence as nbovo
July 28. tf. Fred. Theoiiolii.
IT IS A POLITICAL FACT
n religious fact u moral fact n scien
tific fact a fact indisputable, thot P.
SAL'P ha on bund, at Ins popular To
iiacco and Cioau Stoiie, the best brands
of all kinds Tobacco and Cigars.
Those who like to sco business rust
h7, should step into A. llulley's
tin storo und look nt them manufacturing
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vessels keeps
them all busy to supply thu demand.
W. G. Cury, undertaker, bus removed
to tho old P. O, building on Commercial
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vessel Is war
ranted lu cook quicker mid better thun
any vessel in use, for sale at A. llulley's
Fluting Scissors. Irons und Machines, it
A. Hully's. 7-23-dlw.
Tho American Epicure and Nutionn
Broilers, nt A. Hully's. 7-23-dlw.
Best Weis boor ut th-j Thalia. 6-21td
Go to the Timlin for tho Lest Weiss
beer In town. -21dtf
Go to Win. Ehlcr's, on Twentieth
street, for your flue custom made boots
and shoes. You can't do better. Try
Skirt, Bosom und Bread Boards, nt A
The lurgest mid best ussoriiient of Cook
ing stoves in the market, at Hully's.
Ills, ceniiial It. It., Co.)
Anr.NT's ornci:, July hi, iht-j.;
I inn now prepared to glvo rutes und
sign bills of biding to points on tho Miss.
7-17tf. James JmiNbON, Agent.
Help on we peiiiisII. This Is what
neglected teeth would sny if thoy could
rtuiionstrutu with their owners ; and mark
this, llio teeth cannot perish or becomo
black or yellow if tho Sozodont is used
Tho Patont Hi nig Fruit Can nt Hally'
Best and Cheapest wooden Pump in
tho Market, nt A. Hully's. 7-22-dlw.
Tublo nnd Pocket Cutlery ut A. Hully'f.
Fritz Soiieler's bcor snloon, on Wash
ington iivenuti, west sldo, between Ninth
and Tenth streets, has becomo a favorito
placo of report. His AVoiss beer is alwnys
cool and fresh nnd quenches thirst with
muglc quickness, The bur i also stocked
with tho best brund of whisky und brandy
nnd his line of wines is splendid. Fritz is
a courteous und clovor host, nnd deserves
liberal patronugo. Call on him. tf.
Burnett's atnam cooking vessels aro
sold nt tbo following exceedingly low
For No. 7 atovo, ?2 SO and 1 3 00.
For No. 8 stoves, $3 00 nnd $3 60.
Thoy nro na handy to use ns nn ordinary
steamer. Thoy will snvo their cost every
fow week In tho snvlng of wood or coal,
besides tho great gnln In tho quality of.
rood cooked In It.
J. J. Anderson As Co., gas fitters, 01
Ohio Loveo, ovor Lonorgmi & Cunning
hams, feed storo, do nil kinds of steam nnp
gns fitting cheaper thnn tho cbeapost, nnd
gunrnntco porfoctiutlsfnctlon In ovory In
stance. If thoy do not plcaso thoy will
not charge. Glvo thorn a trial. Thoy
know tholrbuslnesporfcctly. Remember
the placo CI, Ohio Lnveo. C- 31
1IIU MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at nny time, both
tiny nnd night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In nny quantity, nnd on usunl
terms, nt tho ynrd nt Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
term upon application.
H. V. Olyphant,
I). A. Dokek, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
Steamer Idlnwlld, Kvunsvillo.
" Hello St. Louis, St. Loulu.
" Grund Tower, Memphis.
" Hero, Greenfield.
" John Kyle, Sl Louis.
" Bee, M. Louis.
" Fearless, Pittsburg.
' J umes Fisk, Pudticuh.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jus, Wiitscn, Cincinnati.
Steamer Itllcwlld, Kvunsvillo.
" Belle St Lous, Vleksburg.
" Grund Tower, St. Louis.
" Hero, l.itid nji.
" John Kyle. New Orleans.
" Bee, New Orleans.
" FcHrles, St. Louis.
" .lumen Fisk, Paduculi.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jas. Watson, St. Louis.
IIOATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tho City of Chester is tho anchor lino
picket, leaving for Memphis, nnd nil usuul
landings this day ut 0 o'clock p.m.
The fast Belle Memphis leaves nt 8 p.m.
for St. Louis und wny points.
Tho good steamor Arkansas Belle is tho
regular packet, leaving this day ut C
o'clock p.m for Kvunsvillo and ull points
on tho Ohio river.
Tho elegant packet .Tunics Fisk, jr., Is tho
packet, leaving for Pudticuh to day nt 4
CONDITION OP THE RIVERS.
Tho Ohio is still rising nt this point, but
at a slow rate. ut Pittsburg tho Al
legheny is rising with 4 feet 8 inches in
tho channel. Tho Ohio is stationary at
Cincinnati, with 1CJ leet In tho channel.
At Louisville the Ohio is still swelling
Cumberland and Tcnnesseo rivers aro
rising slowly. Tho Mississippi is fulling
1IUMNESS A Nil WEATHER.
The week opened beautifully for a busy
ono. Thuro woro somo heavy freight
transactions dono at the landing yesteiduy.
Tho weather continue oppressively hot
The Hero fout.d the current so strong in
tho Mississippi river that she could not
tow the hull of the Hello Shrevepott nny
further than Greenfield, where she left it
and returned homo. It will probably go
up in tow of tho Mary Alice to-duy.
Tho John Kyle had nil the freight sho
wuhtcd. The Belle St. Louis hud a big
trip nnd udded considerable freight hero
The Bee got out of tho channel ut Green
field Sunday night, und grounded her tow
for u few hours. Sho brought out two
barges and took ono In tow hero.
The Kylo broke some purt of her ma
chinery mid hud to stop hero for rcpuirs.
Sho was detained only a short time. Tho
Jlrn Watson goes to St. Louis for a load
of ore. Tho West Wind goes tin tbo docks
nt Pudticuh for repulrs. The P. W. Stru
dor has been bought by Peter Conrad und
will enter tho St. Louis and Tcnnesseo
Tho Feurless left ono of hor bnrges hero
contnlnlng 80 tons southern freight.
Tho Jim Fisk put in un uppeurnnco
yesterday afternoon looking its bright us u
new dollitr. Sho has been repaired
and repainted from stem to stern,
and is now the nicest packet thut comes
into this port, and desorves to bo woll pat
ronized. Her ownors hnvo went to con
siderable expense repairing hor for tho
trade nnd wo hope they will bo rewarded.
Tho C. B. Church would like it lend nt 25
cents per hundred.
City National Ilnnk Ilnlltllusi.
aHeclal attention pulil to orders trom steau,
boat nlKht or day
Willi ll ffloonijr nttemlHlllH, low Hinr
Ks' UrpreNNloii, Involuntary i-mlkMlun,
lOHHor HfiiM-u, Mi'ruialorrtiii'a, loan ol
vower, dlasy IshkI, lua ol memory,
ami llirs-iitt-iieO liiiiul'iir- anil iiubo.
clllty, liuila Niivcrelun nut- In stum.
jilirt-y'N iluiiii'nnlhlt! m(I.ic Su
Tweiily.clKlll. Cciiiipo.mi c , , ut si vnltiM.
tile mild Mini putent uirHlive- tuny strike
at thn ront the ot 111 ill I mm up t m-.
lem, arrest the dl.charges, mid priori vignmnd
fiierny, illonnd vilallt) to t i-entlie tnan. Tliev
luvn cured tliuiixnnilx iif m p. Price, b iiei
pRubtKHsol tlvelioxo nnd u lure U rial, which
i very liniiorlutit in obstinate or old j.uies, or II
ptrshiKlr box, Held ly all driiKisH, iaj sen
hy mail on n-oelpt ul prlo. Aitm Humphrey
ripecltlQ llutiieopathiu Meu.elue Co., Mi Uro
y.N. V. p. . BJHUH a
auh'l&denwatvlr AiJJt , due, Illiuv
And Dealer la
E3T All Good' warranted fresh, and i-oln
it the lowest prices.
7 Corner Uth mid St. Commercial Ave.
FOIl MOUND CITY. METUOPOLIS. PA
imCAIt, UIUMINGIIAM, CMFTON,
KAHTPOIIT, WATEULOO, TUS- ,
(JIJMIIIA KI.OItKNCK, connect
ing at JOIINHONVILLE with
NAHIIVIM.E and NORTH
STEAMER P. W. STRADER.
.1. H. HAY Maatcr.
Uri.envcs Friday, August 2d, at 10 a m.
For freight or paxsngonpply onboard or to
7-203t. Jamkh ltioos, Agcut.
Our Homo Advertisers.
I1irierl lUreb SI, lMt.
CITY NATIONAL DANK, CAlltO
. h. HAKKUKI), l1rpdDt
V TAYI.UK, Vl' e-I'ri.nleiill
H MYM.Ol', rVereturr and Trmmirer.
I'. M. Hn.Lt.
K. D .-.! KIIITII.
U. II ClAMVJIUX,
II. I . 111LL1DAT,
J. l. PUIILIM.
Isepoalia ol nny Amount Received frota
Tea Oils L'inrls.
1NTKKE8T paid on deposit at the rite of six
percent, per annum, MmcIi Ut and Heptem
ber 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is .d.e! tmme.
d ately lotto principal of the deposit, thereby
glTlnx litem compound Interest
MAHRIKD WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
O THAT NO OXI IMS CAN DAW IT.
Open eyery business day from a.m. to 1 p.m.,
and HatttMay eenin lur BAV1.NO DKP03I To
oniy, irom o in i o ciocic.
W. IIT8LOP. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HA I.LI DAY, President:
HKNKT I.. HALLIDAY, WPrMldat t
A. H.SAFFOKD, Cashier;
WALTER HYHLOP, Assistant Cashier.
Htaati Tatlo, Kokit H. Ccni4a.
lUaar L. llAitiMT, W. P. Haiiidat,
Uto. D Williamson, Htifiiin Biao
A. H. Barroan.
Esebaafc-e, Cola aad Called a tale
Honda Monichl aad Maid.
KPOSITH recelTM, and a central Uokln
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
IIANtr.I, HUIID, "resident i
KOBKUT. M'l. ,41 .j,.reddut
O. N. HLflHKH. Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCIIANGK, coin, hank note and United
.States securities bought and sold.
Itilrre-.! Allore1 on Tltwe lepwai.
imiohn, isAHis, mrci
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13j TENTH STREET,
Doora, Naali, Blind. aTMlWnxav
Eave Outtcn, (wood) Wladowaad Vatir
rratnes. Flooring Lata,
KuluKlea, OUaed Nana, CI Used Mde
Ugata, ttlased Traaaoaw,
Hawti Wclghta, Naab rallies aad Cards
Bllad raatealaipj, Buoaaa;
fell, KooflBK Otnaut, IMaaterlng
Paner, Carpet Veil, Walt
LeiMl, Llaaed Oil, American Wladew
Ula, Kaallab aadrreaea
Plate CUaaa, fatty, ti'ssler Poiata
Newer 11 pea Patent Cblsnneys
AGENTS for Rock Rivet Paper Company'
Hheathiny Felt and Quart Cemont
ti. W John's Improved Rooting always on
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOHN II. OMBBI.Y CO.,
Bulletin Building, corner of 12th
street and Washington avenue,
All kinds of Binding and Ruling done at the
Tory lowest urlcea. Having engaged tho aervi
ces of Br. Hue!, vho na had many year
experience In one of beat hinder! of IB. Louia.
lo superintend tula establishment, we can con
fidently promlt our patron worst equal te lav'
of any Binder? lo ibe west.