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Oftti, Hay, etc.,
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Uw, CAIRO, 1LLINOI8.
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(hmtwi to K. R. Beadrtcaa A Oo:)
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vlfiej every Thursday and Sunday evening,
tO o'clock, connecting at Evansvlllc with
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Saturday evening at (I o'clock, for Pailucah
and Evansvllle. For freight or Dassuire an-
ply on board or to
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Will make three trips daily.
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Fare each way, 30 cents; 10 tickets for 2 60.
Will land, whin hailed, at any good Intermediate
andiDglor passengers or freight. nor Hf.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
Ben. Howard Capt.
LcMS Cslro DAILY. (Sundav excentrdi. at 4
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JOHN B. PHLLIS k SON,
(uccewora to John B. Pblllis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cm. TENTH-ST. axd OHIO LEVB
rOEWABDINQ and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Ageau of
OBIO BITBB AND KAVAWKA
. "' 1
70 Ohio Levek,
0. Hauenbtink, Architect. This
gentleman has established himself success
fully in hit business in this city. He last
year made tbo plans and specifications ol
John Goeckel'i, Peter Neil's and H. My
ers' buildings on Ohio Lovco, and Fred
Theobold'i handiomo residence on corner
Sixth and Wulnut streets; and this year
made tbo plan of Peter Cubl's, Dr. Ward
ner'f, John Koehlor's, Gilbert Brinkmoyer
and Smith's, and LeoKlob'a buildings. Ho
alto superintended the erection of all these
buildings, and points to them for proof of
hit ability to do good work in bit lino. Ho
made the plant and specifications ota pub
lic school building in Metropolis, and of
many other buildings here and eltowbere.
He asks the attention of the public to his
works, and believes bo is entit'ed toliboral
BlankenuuhqaueadI Winotand Ci
gart t oldctt and choicest, at tbe EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite the Post Office
Finest of Liquors, Free Lunciios and mu
sic every day. Thu great Liberal and
Democrat lc,Greolyfc Brown driuke Wkis
Beer, it mado a specialty, and Fredpridet
himself upon keeping tbe freshest and
coolest in tbe ctly. 'Lemonades tbo cold
est, mixed drinks and music tbo 11 nest
Go there. 0-27tf
300 Doz. Custom llsdo Fruit Cant, at
A. Haliy't. 7-23-dlw.
PafclleatJoa eacc, ttlleUsi Building
special to the Cairo Bulletin.
Anna, Ills., July 30, G P. M.
Jesse "Waro was nominated for Senator
and Wm, A. Lemma and John H. Oberly
We aro gathering tbe flour statistics
of tho city at fast at possible
The cash receipts at tho Now York
store on Saturday last amounted to $700,
Thermometer indicated 97 in tho
shade, 10G in the sun yesterday noon.
Thore wero no tky-llghtt put in any
one s neaa yesterday.
Tho Dog star rayt in full bark, says
lilackberrics wero offering yettorday
at 70 cents per pail.
al 1 i . .
oiinuu trees aro grateiui now moro.
an absolute luxury.
A temporary foot bridgo is laid across
Cache river, and the railroad bridge is
" I'll put a Mansard roof on your up
per story " is tho latest expression of pugi
llstic feeling towards your antagonist.
Thore aro loose dimes awaitinc Bar.
num if he would only bring his big show
Pigs aro taking advantage of the nb
senco or tho imnlacablo Mvon In i.
northorn part of tho city.
we aro informed that on tho Cairo
and Vineonnes railroad box cart are run
ning with wheat and lumber from Gruy
Go to Wtn. Ehler's. on Twentieth
street, for your flno custom mado boots
and shoes. You can't do bettnr. T,
Prof. Alvord of Frooport, 111., is. wo
understand, to bo the superintendent of
the Cairo schools. Ho is fully capable, wo
undorstand.toundortuko the roiponsibiliiy.
What will becomo of tho radicul ring
If tho August comet knocks our nlnnctiirv
orb out ot its" proprioty. Wo mean the
Cairo radical ring 7
Tho ordinance for improving St. Jla-
ry's park has been passed and tho moiinv
has beon grantod for that purposoj but
whon is it to be commenced ?
Step Ladders of all sires at A.
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding bouse, on Sixth
street, near the pott office, the proprie
tress would inform tho.publio that abo
it prepared to accommodate tbo public
with first-class board and well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on the most reason
able terms. Ample preparations bavo
been made to accommodate an unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronago so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Gatfney.
Fred Theobald has opened a branch
barber shop, in Blankenburg's building
corner of Washington avenue and Four
teenth street, convenient to tho post-otilco.
He bat furnithed it in good style, and will
personally superintend it. Those desir
ing an easy thave, or hair dressed, are ad
vised to call at Fred's new shop. It is
Mr. Theobald's intention to continue hit
down town thop at usual, nnd while ho is
absent at tbo post-offlce barber abop, tbe
Sixth street thop will be under tbe charge
ot Gut Hime. 7-18tf.
A Texas judge lately decldod thst bad
cooking on the part of a wife wat good
reason for granting tbe husband a divorce.
Our advice to Texan ladles get a good
supply of Burnett's steam cooking vessels
Perambulating ice-creamlsts will nor-
ist in waking people from their noon
ijas with the horrid blow of those ex
cruciating tin horns. Chinese gongs ureno.
-The sidewalk on Twenty-ilrst street
between Poplar street and Commercial av
enue is in a very dangerous condition; as
is also tho northern portion of Poplar
-Wo are gratified to loam that ulonir
the lino of the Illinois Central railroad,
about Ceatrulia, etc., that oats and hay will
mm out tiriv nor cent bettnr thn m.
The 0. & V. R. R. company have se
cured the right of way for ontranco into
the city from tho Ills. C. R. !., and tho
track will bo laid on tho strip thus pm
chased between tho Ohio levee and Com
It is impossiblo to cook poorly in Bur
nett's Steam Cooking Vossol. It is worth
doublo tbe price nsked for it, for putting
up fruit. For sulo at A. Hnlley's, dealer
in stoves and tinware. C-'J01m
Tiik Ladies' Pkonukciamk.vto J
While protesting against all tho worthless
Dentrifices now In tho market, tbo Ladies
with ono consent, liavo udoptod the Sozo
dont as tho one thing needful to imuro
the integrity of tho teeth and a fragrant
The choloru is traveling wostward,
and it would not bo an unexpected cir
cumstanco woro it to visit our shores.
Indeed, it has been stated that ono case
has been detected in tho noluiiborhooil ol
Now York. To bo forewarned is to bo
foroarmod, and our citizens cannot bo too
careful in tho observance of sunitury
A chango has been mudo In tbo firm
of Smith Torranco & Co., boiler makers
and workers in Iron, etc., Mr. O'Brien
retiring and Mr. Patrick Malonoy taking
bis place. This firm aro well known nt
being clever mechanic! nnd squaro dealers,
and deservo tho increasing patronago they
aro receiving, 'ihelr placo of business I
on Levee street, betwoen Eloventh and
Mr. Patrick Clancy's boarding bouso
and saloon, on Levee street, near tho stono
depot, has beon renovated throughout,
and though nearly full, a few moro board
ers can find accommodation by I turned I uto
application. The taloon has been ncntly
painted a cool stone color, and tho counter
panolt have been painted and tbo edget
gilded. Tho bar Is amply provided, he
states, with ales, and tho purest liquors.
Tbe work was dono by Messrs. Stonor &
Meyers. 7-20 It.
George, tho barber, whoso main shop
is on Commercial avenue, between Eight
eenth and Nineteenth street, hat opened
branch barber shop on Washington
avenue, opposite tho court house. He It a
smooth shave, a good shampooer, a good
Joker, has a flno lot of teilot artioles, cloan
towels, cuts hair in the late.l ttyle, keeps
sharp razors and scissors, and a clear
conscience. Go and lean back in that
elegant barber chair und try him.
Fritz Sciikleb'b beer saloon, on Wash
ington avenuo, west side, between Ninth
and Tenth streets, has becomo a favorite
place of rosort. His Woiss beor is always
cool and fresh and quenches thirst with
magio quickness. The bar is alio stocked
with tho best brands of whisky and brandy
and bit line of wlnet is splondid. Fritz it
a courteous and clover host, and deserves
liberal patronage. Call on him. tf. j
Yettorday, whilst going over tho now
custom house, tho supervisor of customs
callod ut into hit office (tho old local)
and accused us of lying about tho Radical
convention held in tho court houso a short
tlmo since. Wo asserted tho report was
exactly correct. Ho said "wo accusod him
of talking to tho negroes" (his own words,
when ho' did not, nnd doubling his list
inroatoned us with oxtormlnatlon. Ac
knowledging that a mlslako mleht have
beon mado in his porsonal wire-working
with colored Grant mon, wo still nfflrmed,
which is true, that those with whom ho
wat politically connected did do fo, nnd
that overy word of tho report was truo In
every respect, and was not
attempted oven to bo contradicted
Wo demanded to get out, nnd boforo do
ing so, Informed tho supervisor that wo
should report Just what wo saw, and bc-
liovoJ to bo tbo truth, respecting nny
political meeting wo attended, and also in
formed him that this foolish Imitation of
intimidation and threats practiced by bis
master wouldn't scaro us in tho loust.
Tho official don't llko it to bo known ho
talks with colored folks. Jut llko tho
Radicals. When will colored inert coino
to their senses, and understand tlio fact
that thoy tiro being madu tools of by
Grant rings nnd officials?
Tftf Becausks. A hundred reason
might bo given why Lyon's Kalliairon
should bousod by overy intelligent human
being in proferenco to any other prepara
tion fur tho hair, but ton will iutllco.
Hero they aro: Becauso it nourishes tho
fibers, multiplies them and makes thorn
grow; becauio it provonts thorn from
withorlng and bleaching; becauso it ro
moves tho scurf and dandrutl' which chokes
them as tares choko tho goldun grain ; be
causo it keeps tho scalp cool and prevents
oruptlons; because it rendore tho hair as
lustrous as satin ; become it makes it nit.
ant and elastic; becauso it is a fragraii
and delightful dressing; because it does
not soil tho pillow, tho cap or tho hat ; be
causo It is without a rival in cheannct
and becauso no other urticlo sold for th
somo purposo, in this or any other cotin
try, possesses all, or even one-half, o
these invaluablo proportlce.
WHAT MIGHT BK DONE.
THE NEW CUSTOM HOUSE
isy mo politonoss of Mr. C. A
boofleld and Mr. Alderman Seuso. tlm
lattor or whom has the agency for furnish
ng the various departmentt.we aro enabled
to lay before our renders some intorestine
particulars respecting this noblo edifice of
winch Calroites ure so justly proud.
THE TOST OKKICK
department, first story ubovo thu basemen
has still h part of tho furniture to bo sun.
plied, which is being done, and of which
we hope to glvo an account whon corn
piuicu. t-roceeuiag to the second storv
from tho bailment, wo ontor tho room of tho
clerk of the U. S. court, Mr. C. A.Scofleld
Tho height of the post office department
occupying tlio wholo of the first floor, I
lb reot 0 InchCH, second story 15 feet
TIIK CLERK'S ROOM
s 27 feet by 40 fcot neatly furnished, with
tamo, tlio case, couch and do.k. Thu
ma us II A I.' 8 office
djoining, is 20 fcot C inches by 20 feet
similarly furnished, having two dejks,
counter, table, lounge and flio case. Tho
counters nro vory handsome, and nt the
same time very neat, the screen glass of tho
best description, and is In perfect harmo
ny with tho rest of tho outfit.
COLLECTOR OK CUSTOM'S OFFICE
has two desks, countor, table, lounge nnd
file case of the same stylo and pattern as
that of the othor offices, arranged in tho
samo tasteful manner, to which is nddod u
bookcase Tho gonoral office is 27 fcot 1
inch by 20 feet, and tho priyato office is
13 foet 2 inches, by 20 foot.
THE INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE
Is furnlsliod in tho samo way as tho (ire.
coding; tho dimensions of the general of
fice aro 27 feet 1 Inch, by 20 foot ; privato
office, 13 feet 3 Inches, by 20 feet.
U 20 fcot 8 inches, by 20 feet; privato of.
flco, 14 feut 1 inch, by 20 feet, and sup.
plied with a desk each, and nppur'.cnnnces
same as thoso of tho other office?. These
offices are ail occupied. Tlio furniture
of walnut, part of it boim; supplied from
Now York, and part mado under tho su
pervision of Mr. Seaio, who dowrves great
credit for his good tasto and judgment in
tho suitable arrangement lie has made, so
perfectly In kcoplng with tlionrcliltectural
style und ornamcntution of tin- interior of
THE UNITED STATES COURT ROOM
is in process of being furnished. This
beautiful room is 24 foet 6 inchos in height
and 40 feet G inches by 33 feet on the floor.
All the windows nro of Norman style,
and the florid capitals aro of full relief in
early Egyptian style, the lotus loaf bein g
tbo principal subject. Tho central
ventilator, of galvanized iron, roachos
through tho roof, and the ornamontal cen
tral piece of tho colling is ono of the most
artistlo decorations wo liavo over seen.
Tho whole chaste appearanco is extremely
pleasing, and gives an impression of dura
bility and coolnoss not surpassed in the
continont. Washington architects say it
is the handsomest court room in the
United States. Tho chandolior is superb,
having 30 gas burners. All tho rest of
tho chandeliers consist of six and eight
Tho building is woll supplied with water
throughout from a cistern in tho yard,
24 foot doop by 18 in the clear, capable
of holding 40,000 gallons.
Every landing is proporly supplied
with all needful washing apparatus, and
tbe wator it pumped up from thu base
ment by moans of a force pump. The
windows aro all furnithed with blinds.
The whole furnishing, excluiivo
of tho cbandolors, ircluding tho Post of
fice, Mr. Scase informs us, will coit about
$12,000. Taking all things into consider
ation, wo think this turn reasonable and
When ovorvthine is completed, crass
sown In the yard, and sliado trees ndorn
ing tbo squaro, and perhaps a hundsoma
fountain, it will be a favoritn resort of a
summer eveniuir a thini?of btautv and
a joy for ever.
Editor Daily Bulletin :
Sir: I intended to liavo had this loiter
ready for your Sunday Issue. Clrcutn
stances, howovor, pro von ted mo. I now
coino to tho very practical Isauo of what
might bo done for tho rescue of tho victims
of vice. Suffer mo to premise.
First, that Christianity has n contro
versy with tho world, and tho avil of tho
world, which must enduro until the end of
tho dispensation. It is antagonistic nnd
aggressive ; antagonistic to worldly selfish
ness, nggrctvo on its vices Bnd depravity.
Its weapons nro charity, hope, faith, and
patienco; it seeks to conquer
and exterminate sin and misory
and to savo tho virtuous. By just so much
ns It fails to accomplish this object, by
just so much it falls short of its destined
-Men judge of Christianity by itt fruits
individually ai.d collectively. A man
rimy inako a great noise, offer up loud and
long prnyuri, shout out wonderful expe
riences, etc; the world don t count it fruit.
This tcrriblo "social evll"-so called
enlls christian women especially to a Hold
of duty to which their exertions nro par
tictilarly needed. Virtuo is ono of tho
seven pillars upon which wisdom has
built her house her houso of social life,
ir ..... . !. .t t.t i . .
'v tiuwn wun iuiuou nanus
from n feeling of porsonal safety, nnd sno
the foundations of this great pillar sapped,
witnout raising tho war cry of christian
Ity, "To tho rescuo, " wo nro not only un
ciiristian, but recklessly culpable.
in great cities both on this and tho
fcuropoan 'continent the " midnight mis
t.... A.- J II . ... .
mi iur ianon women " nus been in ope.
ration lor some years, with moro or less
success. But, reformatory institutions
seem to be moro adapted to this country
man any other system, in populous con
tors. But Cairo Is not Chicago nor New
York. Tlio question is, therefore, '.vbat
other method presents itsolf tending to
ward successful moral purification?
Is tbero no precedent to go by ? I think
there is, and ono too which has been as
tonishingly overlooked ; ono which, mak
ing uuo allowances lor time, placo and
circumstance.", wo may do well to adopt in
Upon ono occasion, it will be recollected,
our i,ord was subjected to a tnosttrylng or-
ucai. a woman was brought beforo him,
caught in tlio act of adultery, for judg-
moni. uy the law or Moie, tbo adulte
ress was to bo stoned to death. Tho Idea
was to entrap tho great Teacher, that they
might nccusn him. Now, with Innato
modesty nnd delicacy, to conceal, it may
uo, nis Liusiies, Jesus stooped down, "and
with his finger wroto on tho ground as
though bo heard them not." Thoy contin
ued to press tho question, and wo nil know
tho rogult. Lifting himsolf up with man-,
ful dignity, tho just sentence went forth1
"Let him that is without sin among you
cast urn urn stono at her," Again abashed
no noopeu anu wrote. Kislng onco more,
ho found hltiuelf alono with tho woman,
unu with munito compassion asks, "Wo
man wnero arn tlioso tli nn uppikam?
Huth no man condemned thoo? Sho said
no man, J-nrd i Neither do I condemn
thee," was tlio benign reply; "go and tin
no more." Docs human history afford
such a touching scene as this? Herein wo
Und tbo spirit of charity and tho princi
plo of action wo are called on to imitate.
Can it bo carried into practico?
Yes. Supposo throe, five or
seven prudent large-hearted ladles
woro to meet together for conference
Suppose that they wero to determine to
appoint ono or two of their number to
meet at somo stated time and place, suited
to tho object in view, and interview ono of
these girls nt a time, under the assurance
that it should not bo made u public matter,
out, now aro wo going to roach thorn, it
will bo usked ? Send privato circulars bv
proper messengers to cortaln places, or lot
public notice bo given that if any urn de
slrous of leaving their evil ways, they will
bo kindly rocolvcd, carefully guarded from
instills, tenderly cared for und protected,
and, upon contrition bo sont to somo snfo
On the 30th inn., -. 20 minutes past 0
o'clock, p, m., Mrs. Louisa Rockwood, In
tho 80th year of hor ago, at tho residence
of hor ton-ln-Iaw Dr. II. Wardnor.
The romalnt will bo takon to Waukcs
taw, Wisconsin, for interment.
Chicago and Wltconsln papers ploaio
Patrick Malony has purchased tho in
torett of John Obrlcn in tho boiler workt
of Smith Torranco & Co., of Cairo. The
business will be continued as heretofore,
undor the name of Smith Torranco & Co.i
at the old stand on Ohio lovoo.
July 81st, 3t.
Justico Bross beinir nbscnt from
city, Squire Shannessy portioned out tho
rations or justico yesterdoy morning.
John Kumsey touched, tasted und handled
too much scorpion broth, which Induced
him to cut up cantrips unbecoming a gen
tloman and a scholar. His honor with a
benevolent smlio thought in this Instaneo
a $1 greenback would atono for tho littlo
spree, provided tho trimmings woro added.
$0 20 in all. Execution ordored In do
fault of paymont; 7 days in tbo purga.
tivo establishment of Mac.
THE GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL.
Of tlio many modern trlumnht In sunnrb
hotol accommodations, thu above house.
on Broadway, Nuw York.
parably thy greutest. It lifts Its loftv
front of whito marble eight stories high,
oxclusivo of baieinont nnd sub-basement,
while towering above this immoiiso holght
aro three turrets and Man
sard roof. It i divided Into
eight hundred apartments a small world
within itself and the highest floor is
reached in less than a mlnutu by tho finest
rlcvalorn tho world. Thu Grand Cen
tral bus an air of freshness und purity
about it, with a richnou und beauty of
decoration, combined with a wealth of
luxury and taste calculated to pleaie tbo
eye and charm tho most fastidious taito.
Tho etdsine is excellont, tho servants woll
trained, and tho system and dlscipllno su
perb. The visitor is improved that no
conceivable somfort or convenience !
lacking. It is midway between what tho
"uothamites" call "up-towii"' and "down
town," and convenient to most of tho
churches and places of amusement. Mr.
II. L. Powers, tli ii proprietor, seems nat
urally qualified to superintend tho mam
moth establishment, and ministers to the
wants of hit numerous guests with a po
nicness and gentle courtesy that recalls
tho famous hotels and hostolrlcs of tbc
past, where we had all the comforts and
warmth of limine. Thu prices are only
irom .J to $1 porday, uccording to location
of room. Tho Grand Central now gathers
praise as it gathers its cuestt from ev
ery clime. n.
rroi. Krugor will lecture. August
urn, ut tuo German school house, on tho
"future of the American Schools." Tho
professor is an erudito gentleman, and
will, no doubt, handle his subject with
skill und eloquence. Wo hope he may
have tbo plcusuro of speaking to a large
uudlenco. Tho lecture will bo in English,
and we have no doubt that thoio who at
tend will bo woll repaid.
Burnett's steam cooking vouols aro
sold at the following cxcocdlnglv low
For No. 7 stovet, 2 r.O, and $3 00.
For No. 8 stoves, $3 00 and $3 60.
They nro at handy to use as an ordinary
itewer. They will save'their cost overv
few weeks in tbo saving of wood or coal.
besides tho great gain in tho quality of
food cooked in it.
!ll..m. Umrtt All.. It! n.l.
City of Holena, Vlckiburg.
Charley MoDonaid, Pittsbug.
Aid, Whlto River.
James Flsk Jr.. Paducah.
City of Chester, St. Loult.
11 unpper, raoucan.
11 Arkansas Belle, Evamvllle.
Steamer Mary Alice, St. Louis.
' Shamrock, Cincinnati.
" City of Helens, St. Louis.
" Ghat. McDonald, Baton Rouge.
" Aid, St. Loult.
" James Fitk Jr. , Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" City of Chester, Memphis.
11 Cllorjer. St. Loult.
tho " Arkansas Belle. Evantvillo.
1IOATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tho Julia Is tbe regular anchor line
boat leaving for Memphis and Vlckiburg
at G o'clock this evening. 'The nne boat
Henry Probatco, loaves at noon forCincin
nati and all points on the Ohio river. The
fast Quickstep is the mall boat bound
for Evansvlllo and way landings, thlt
evening at 0 o'clock. Tho neat and fleet
Jim Fitk Jr., is th a regular Paducah
packet, leaving hern nt 4 o'clock p. m.
Tho flno steamer, P. W. Strader, leaves
Friday nio.-uiiig furull point on tho Ten-
neico rivur, dipt. .1 II. Ray commands
The.). II. .loliiHoti leaves at 4 p. m. for
CONIHrlON llF Til K RIVKRX.
Tho OIiIj is on the duclinu aitlti at this
port. Thu full during tho ut twenty
four hours wat two inches. Tho Ohio It
on a general declino. Cumberland river
is still rising, with 6 feet on Uarpeth
shoals. The Mississippi is falling quite
1IU8INESS AND WEATHER.
Business wat a little dull on the leveo
yesterday. Tho weather wat red hot all
day. Old Sol will burst the thermometer
if he don't look pretty quick out.
The wrecker Aid, paiiod up having on
board the machinery of tbo North Mis
souri and Cambridge.
Hiram Hill, the submatlno diver, re
covered all the iron pertion of the Padu
cah and Elixabeth railroad bridge, and ar
rived homo yesterday. He had to work
in eighteen feet water.
Tho powerful stern wheel ttctmer, M
J. Wiles, a duplicate of tbe C. B. Church
had beon purchased by tbe M. V. T. Co
Her machinery wilt he put in the new tow
boat, " Future City," now being built by
that company, and her hull will be con
verted into a barge.
Captain O. P, Shiokle and family left
yeslorday afternoon for Minnesota.
The tow-boat Clipper hat been char
tered to tow the hull or tho Belle ofShreve
port to St. Louis. Sho left Greenfield's
with it yesterday.
Tbe M. V. T. Co.'t bargf o.Sl will go
on the docks to-day. Captain Frank Bed
ard formerly of this city had a titter, a
Mrs. Evans, burned to death at Ottawa,
Canada, by the recent great fire.
rctugc, or home, where they
may bavo a chniico of renew
ing their lives and returning to u vir
tuous courso Should it bo objuotod to,
that no circular or publlo notico reach
tbeiii, doputiso some elderly man of known
reputution to visit tlio abodes of ruin, and
nuiko known tbo offor, und tbo reception
thoy will bo likely to roceivc, und leavo
tho result in tbo hands of God. Let this
bo dono in tho namo of tho Savior who
enmo tosuvo that which was lost, und your
work in tlio Lord will not bo in vain.
Who will move in it?
Cairo, July 28, 1872.
IIIO MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest-
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at the yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
torms upon application.
II. V. Olyi-hant,
A. Bokee, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
RAPID RECKONING, system of the fa.
mom "Lightning Calculator," whose exhi
bition seem almo.t miraculous. Any otic
can learn. Uccful to all, book enlarged,
only s cents. JESSE HANKY CO..
Ill Nassau St., N. V.
I'AIKTPII'U Uivnr r . .
Ileal guide to bouse and sign painting, grain.
Ing, varnishing, polishing, kalsomlning, pa
per hang lug, lettering, staining, girding,
glazing, silvering, glass staining, analysis of
colors, harmony contrast, Ac M) cts.
JKSSK JIANEY CO..
UU Nassauc St.. N. Y.
R. S. BRIGHAM, M. D.,
Ilomeonathlu I'bvsli-I nn nml Unrf.Ann Of.
lice 130 Commercial avenue. Kesldcnce on
lenth street three lr(irtvatnrr if uv.i.
P. Saw's popular Tobacco and Cigar
Store Is located on Commercial avenuo,
between bixth and Seventh streets, und
marked by tho uniquo sign of "tbo Girl of
Central It. ll.. Co. )
Agent's Office, .Iuly 10, 187J.J
I urn npw prepared to givo rates and
sign bills of lading to points on the Miss.
7-17tf. James Johnson, Agont.
I will sell my brick cottage and two
lots, on cornor of Sixth and Walnut ttrocti,
suitablo for nny family, having soven
flnoly finished rooms besido tho basement;
gas throughout; two cistorns, and out
houses all complete; flno shrubbery, fruit
Enquire at my shop on Sixth street, or
at my rosidenco us above
July 28. tf. Fred. Theoiiold,
the sale or
ICE I ICE 1 1 ICEIII
From 'Wednesday May 1st, tho Ice
wagon will canvass tho city, to continuo
during tho summer months. Nono but
pure northorn lako co will bo doliverod.
Huse, Loomis, & Co.
IT IS A POLITICAL FACT
a religious fact a moral fact a scien
tific fact a fact indisputable, that P.
SAUP has on hand, at his popular To.
dacco and Oioar otore, tlio best brands
of all kinds Tobacco and Cigars.
W. G. Cary, undertaker, has romoved
to tho old P. O. building on Commercial
Best Applo Pealor, Coren and Slicet at
. Haliy't. 7.23.dlw.
Tho Talent Hinig Fruit Can at Hally's
Tho largest and best ussormenl of Cook
ing gtoves in tho markot, at Haliy't.
Best and Cheapest wooden Pump in
tho Market, at A. Hally's. 7-22-d lw.
Tablo and Pocket Cutlery at A. Haliy't.
J, J, Anderson & Co., gas fitters, 01
Ohio Lovoo, over Lonorgan & Cunning-
bams, foed store, do all kinds of steam anp
gas fitting cheaper than tho cheapest, and
guarantee porfoct satisfaction in ovory In-
stance. If thoy do not plenso thoy will
not churgo. Givo thorn a trial. Thoy
now their business perfectly. Remombor
the placo 01, Ohio Levee. 6-81
Wm. Killers, at hissliopon Twentieth
street, opposito tho Court Houso hotel, it
manufacturing boott and shoes, of evory
style and variety, warranted to glvo per
focttatisfaction. He keeps genuine French
calf and gives hit customors all he prom
Ik you Iiuyo tho tooth-acho, if you
want an artificial set of tcoth, if you want
a goiu nuing, it you want anything in
tho dontul lino, go to the splondid dental
rooms of Dr, Williams in Nefft new
brick building on Sixth street, where you
will be satisfactorily suited teeundum
HAS INCREASED 800 PER CENT.
SOLD X 3ST 1871
250,000 Are in Daily Use.
doing more work,
doing it better,
doing it quicker,
doing it cheaper,
doing it cleaner,
doing it easier
And with greater satisfaction and saving of
labor than any Stove in use.
SOLD BY EXCELSIOR MANU'FO. COUFAHT,
Wholesale Dealers in all kinds or TINNERS'
STUCK t and by all live Btov Dealers, like
C W. HENDERSON,
With It gloomjr Msitlasa, low mis
Its' dfjireawloM, iBvolaatary eaals)fB.
loaa mi msssm. umtrwm atorrheo. lsaa ml
power, dlaajr kraut, loaa or sssaaaorjrt
nnd tkrooteaosl laBBOtotteo sal lastk.
tillltr. SIbmI ts Mvorourai cor Its Sanaa
utirox's Ho nat eat hie Hprrlile Ma
TweatT-olcfct. Composed nl tr.e most valua.
b!f mllil cud poUnt uuratirea. Iney atria
at the roots tho ot mitUi, lone tin tia its
tam. arrpit tho dlacharee. anil im:iarl visorand
energy, III and Tllalllj to I'lHenttic man. Tney
liavo cureu inauaa iui oi oaupa, trio, bo per
naokaKMOf flu boxes and a large I'i vial, whlo
la very Important in obetmtt or old cases, or
Er tingle box. , told by all druKjItt. aad.s
t mall on reoe Dt ol nrlea. Aiiraia Hiimahr'7
Bpeelno Uomeopatbtu Medlclo Oo., S3 Bro
augtraewiviT Maui, uaire, iiuboh.