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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, (THURSDAY AUGUST 1, 1872.
FMMMYTMIAK icijriitli Street.
rrMektaff, 8W)lh at 10 .m. and l p.m.
Pnirrwr tin, Wednesday t 7 p. m.
8s.bo.th 8c hooTS P.m. .1. M. Lsnsdon, Stt-
pcrtBttndfnt. Kiev. H. Tiiaykh, l'nstor.
MKTIIODI8T.-Cor. Elfrhth nd Walnut Sts.
PrrachlB. Sslibstli t 10) a.m.. and . p. m.
I'njtT tar cICne. Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. 1.. W. Stlllwcll,
HurrlBtfndent. Kkv. V. L. TiioMrsox,
CHURCH OK TIIE REDEEM ElMEplsco-
lionilnr prayers. Sabbath 10) a.m.
ETenlrur. prayer, 7) p.m.
Sabbath School, 0 a.m.
Rkv. K. Coax, Hector.
ST. PATRICK'S CHUUCH-Mntli St. and
Public aerrlcc, Sabbath 8:10 and 10) a.m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 3 p.m.
Service tvey day, 8 a.m.
Bv. P. J. O'Hallohax, Priest.
VOtJNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSoCIA.
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month at the Prayer room or the Pres
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 74 p.m. nt
the Prayer room of the Presbyterian
C. Parsons, President.
AFRICAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Ccda..
Servlcca, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sabbath School. 1) p.m.
Clam meets at 3 p.m.
BECOND FREE WILL BAPTIST'-Fif-tecnth
Street., between Wnlmit and Cedar.
Services Sabbath, 1) and .1 p. m.
Rkv. N. Kicks, Pastor.
FREE WILL BAPTIST HOME MISSION
SABBATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
aad Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School, a.m.
FUST FREE WILL BAPTIST CHCKCH
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. .t 7) p. m.
Rkv. Wm. KKI.1.KV, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth Sts.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a.m. and 74 p.ui.
Prayer mectinp, Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 14 p.m. John A aullaxtcr
aud Mary Stephens, Superintendents.
JtKV. T. J. SHOKK8, l'astor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Baptist churc'.t recognized by the As
sociation. Sen ices, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Rkv. Jacob Bradley, Elder.
CAIRO "COMMANDERY, No. 13.-Statcd
Aaaembly at tho Asylum Masonic Hall, tint
and third Saturdays In each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No. 24. Regular Convo
cation at Masonic Hall, the second Friday
In each month.
CAffiO CHAPTER No. 71. -Regular Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol every month,
CAIRO LODGE, No. 237 F.Jfc A. M.-Regil-lar
Communications ut Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, 229-MecH in Odd
Fellows' Hall, In Arter's building, etcry
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor John M. Pulmer ;
Lieutenant-Governor John Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Edmund Hummel ;
Auditor of State O. E. Llpplneott :
8Ut Treasurer E. N. Bates ;
BupU Public Instruction Newton Bateman
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
Representatives for the Statc-at-Large S.
Representative Thirteenth District John
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Senators, First District T. A. E. Holcomb,
f Union, and S. K. Gibson, of Gallatin.
Representative, First District U. Watson
Judge D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney J. F. McCartney,
SherilT-A. II. Irvin.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge F. Bross.
Associates J. E. McCrite and S. Marchll
don. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Gossinan.
Mayor John M. Lansdcn.
Treasurer J. B. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cnlu.
Attorney P. II. Pone.
Police Magistrates F. Bros and B. Shan
nessy. Chief of Pollcc-L. II. Myers.
Mayor John M. Lansden.
First Ward-P. G. Schuh.
Second Ward C. R. Woodward.
Third Wajrd-Jao. Woo.l.
Fourth Ward S. Staatx Tavlor.
aty-at-Largc W. P. Halllday and I).
BOARD OK ALDERMEN.
First Ward James Rcardcn, A. B. Saf
lord, Isaac Waldcr.
Second Ward R. II. Cunningham, E. Ru
der, Q. Stanccl, James Swayne.
Third Ward Wm. Stratton, J. B. Phllll.
Fourth Ward Jno. .11. Robinson, G. 11.
Seaae, J. 1L Metcalf.
'Six and one-half lbs.
Durant's A Coffee Sugar for
One Dollar ; Seven lbs. New
Orleans Sugar forOne Dollar ;
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
3. Hanny wishes the
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 sell every article
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. He
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
It la impossible to cook poorly in Bur
nett's 8tam Cooking Vessel. It U worth
4obW XU price ukd for It, for putting
jp fruit. For ) at A. IUlley's, dealer
l Hove and tlowr. C-201m
FOR MOUND CITY. METROPOLIS. PA
DUCAII. BIRMINGHAM. CLIFTON,
EA8TPOHT. WATERLOO, TUS
CU3IIIIA FLORENCE, connect
ing at JOHNSONVILLEwltli
NASHVILLE and NORTH
WESTERN R. R.ror
STEAMER P. W. STRADER.
J. II. ray ..
EVLcavc Friday, August 2d, nt 10 a m,
For freight or passage apply on board or to
7-2tWt. Jamkm UtOGH. Agent.
REGULAR CAIRO, PADUCAH & EVANS-
VI1.I.K hKMI-WKKKIjY U. S.
Thx Past and Elegant Passenger Steamer
Jack Grammf.r, Master.
Ed. Thomas, clerk.
fcjT Leaves Cairo for l'ndiicitli and Ewui
vlfie, every Thursday and Sunday evening,
ait) otiock, connect inf. ni r.vunsuue witu
the Louisville and Cincinnati packets. For
freight or pasagc npply to
James Bioug Passenger Ag't.
REGULAR CAIHoTp-VDUCAH EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The tine Passenger Parkvt
JSTLeaves Cairo for Paducali and Evans
vlfio every Tuesday and Friday ccnlhg at 0
o'clock. For freight or passage apply on
board or to
James Hinds. Paenger Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVII.I.E
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The line low pressure Passenger Packet
tSTI.eoves Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening nt 0 o'clock, for Padtlculi
and Evnim illc. For freight or passage up
ply on board or to
J Ames Hkkih, Passenger Ag't.
OAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trips daily.
I IIAVINO NOIND tlTI
. i s.m. lAtS:au h.iii.
At 11 .s.m. I At l:i p m.
At V30 ...............p.m. At 0 ..p.m.
Fare each way, 'M cents ; 10 tickets for 12 W.
Will laud, whsn hailed, at nny ood intennrdiate
andiDKlorpMseDxnrsor frelKht. nor llf.
CATRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
Stanley Brow.v, Capt.
Lcaes Cairo DAILY. (Sundar excepted), at 4
a.m. For trelglitor passage applj on board or
300 Doe. Custom Mado Fruit Cans, ut
A. Hally's. 7-23-dlw.
Stop Ladders of all sizus at A. Hitlly's
A Texas judgo lately decided that lad
cooking on tho part of n wife win good
reuton for granting tlio husband u divorce.
Our advice to Texan ludics get n good
supply of Burnett' steam cooking vessel
The Ladies' 1'konum'iamento I
While protesting iiguinst all tho worthless
Dentriflces now in the markot, tho Ladles
with ono consent, havo udoptud the Sozo-
do.nt as tho ono thing needful to inturo
the integrity of tho teeth and a fragrant
-Wm. Khlers, nt his shop on Twentieth
street, opposite tho Court lloubo hotel, is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of ovury
stylo and variety, warranted to glvo per
fect satisfaction, lie keeps genuine, French
calf and gives his customors nil ho prom
If you haro tho tootu-nuho, if you
want an artificial sot of teeth, if you want
a gold fitting, if you want anything in
tho dontal lino, go to the splendid dental
rooms of Dr. "Williams in Noll's now
brick building on Sixth street, whero you
will bo satisfactorily suited teeumlum
Fiiitz Schklkk's beer saloon, on Well
ington uvenue, west side, between Ninth
and Tenth streets, Ims become n ftivorito
placo of resort. His Weiss beer is iilwayt
cool and fresh und quenches thirst with
magic quickness, The bur is ulso stocked
with tho best brunds of whisky und brandy
and his lino of wines is splendid. Fritz is
u courteous and clever host, und deserves
liberal patronage. Call on him. tf.
Buhnktt'.s steam cooking vessels uro
sold at tho following exceedingly low
For No. 7 stoves, $2 fi0 and $3 00.
For No. 8 stoves, .T 00 and $3 00.
They aro us handy to uso us an ordinary
itewor. They will suvo their cost every
few wcuks in tho saving of wood or coal,
besides tho great guin in tho quality of
food cooked In It.
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
Has opened n Harness Shop on Washington
Avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh
Streets for the ptirposo of MANU
FACTURING all kinds of
DOUBLE & SINGLE HARNESS
Ualteus, Umdlks, &c,
Which ho keeps on sate or will make to
order. His motto U : "Good Stock, good
work, and Justice to all men."
A11 kinds of repairing done with neatness
and dispatch. Give him a trial, you will
iind he don't propose to "Stand on n home
Blankkmiiuhu aukadI Wines and Ci
gars I oldest und choicest, ut the EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite the Post Oillce
Fineit of Liquors, Freo Lunches and mu
sic every day. The great Liberal und
Democratlc.G roolyi: Urown drinke Wkis
IIkkr, is made h ipociulty, und Fredpridos
himself upon keeping tiia freshest und
coolest In tho ctiv. LomonadeJ tho cold
est, mixed drinks und music the finest
Go there. 0-27tf
IT 18 A POLITICAL FACT
a religious fact u iiiornl fact n scien
tific fact a fact Indisputuble, that P.
SAUP has on hand, at his popular To
jiacco and Ciqau Stoke, the best brands
of all kinds Tobacco and Cigars,
Publication OMre, lltilletia Ballrilntr
.ludgo Mulkcy is in .lonesboro.
Louis Herbert is in Evnneville.
Popo and Wlckwiro aro at Crittenden
Peaches selling in tho street yesterday
at 80c. per bushel.
Weather cloudy yeiterdny p. in.
Roys wcro swimming about Phillips'
whurfbont yesterday, In tho Ohio.
Grapes aro still retailing nt i!5 cents
Marshal Cain keeps perfectly cool
Police business has been whittled
down to tho thin point of nothing.
Poter Chul'a 1ms tho handsomest
"froutago" of nny business house on tho
loveo or in this city.
Mrs. Sam Halllday's brick store on
Commercial avenue, adjoining Dr. Artcr'si
has tho roof nearly on,
Tho sidewnlklumbcr robbers continue
to go ulotig unquestioned by tho city au
thorities. Messrs. F. Bross ntid A. Comings nro
tho Alexander members of the Democratic
Liberal Senatorial Central committee.
W'odnesduy next is the day of tho
grand social picnic to Puducah on the
Prof. Krugor will lecture, in the
English Lunguuge, nt tho German school
building, 7th iimt.
Peter Curl, blacksmith, is putting up
u small dwelling house on Wellington
avenue, corner of Elevnth street, adjoin
ing his blacksmith shop.
A grnnd pleasure excursion is on foot
to como off on tho 7th instant, on board
tho steamer Eckert to Pttducuh. Further
particulars will bo given.
Bumett'n Steam Cooking Vessel saves
nearly hulf tho fuel und 10 per cent
weight which is lost In cooking tho old
way. Sold by A. Halley C201m
Tho colored Methodist barbecue comes
off to-day. Wo expect there will bu u
largo crowd ut tho raising of the church
building, if tho weathor does not interfere.
Jones, it is said, will open his canvass
for Clemonts In Cairo, and Winter suys
ho will pay out $1,000 at least to get him
u good crowd.
The nomination of Mr. Wnre for Sen
ator is satisfactory to tho Liberals and
Democrats of Cairo. Thoy aro unani
mously in favor of his oloction.
Grcoloy campaign song books uro be
ing sold by u Grant man in town. Thero
is no call for Grunt campaign songs.
Only ono song needed for him hereabouts.
'JIurk from th) tombs u dolelul 6ound."
A rogulur communication of Delta
Lodge No. CC8, F. und A. M. will be held
in Musonio Hull, this Thursday evening
1st of August, A. 1). 1872, A. h. 1872.
Visiting biethrcn cordially invited to at
tend. James A. 1'iiii.lis.
Mr. Wintor Jack has gone back-
on his Liberal first love, und hoiv can the
other Liberals get on without him ? Het
ter than witli him. Ho is a decided draw
back to uny party lie acts with.
Somo two or three of tho Ico-crenmists
and confectionists on Commercial uvenue
near Eighteenth street have played out
and vacated. Effect of not advertising in
Tho railroads drag along that is to
say, they drug to us who nro so anxious to
huvo them completed, but thoy uro boing
crowded through us fast us mon, horses,
energy und money cun crowd theui.
That Grcoloy Club, when will it he
forthcoming? Sinco tho Wall conven
tion thero has been apathy in this city
und an iudhposition to do uny thing for
Greeley or nnybody clso. Can't wo get
over our pout, und begin to stir things?
Mayor Lansdon has definitely tukon
ids stund for Grceloy und Urown, und, al
though ho will not nittko himself conspic
uous in tho cunvuii, will continue to do all
ho cun in u quiet wny for tho cuuso of Lib
Mrs. Gardner bucks out and upol
oglzes to her abused husband. She has
asked the Lord mid Gurdnnr to forgive her,
sho suys, und believes the former has lis
tened to hor pruyer. Gardner should
profit by tho example.
Mr. A Comings, ono of tho really
curnctt Liberals of Cuiro, was chairman of
tbo Atoxaodor delegation in tho .lones
boro Benutoria) Convention, Comings
has no sympathy with thu scullawuges who
sought tho Liberal organization to becomo
cnndldutc for olllco,
Tho Hiborniun (Ire company havo
nearly completed their new cistern in
front of their engine houso. Wo meekly
suggested to Me. that It would hold ten
gallons. Wo aro ullvoto record Unit wo
camo within ii50 barrels of the marl:. It
is 18 feet deep und 1 feet in tho clear.
Tho defendants of old dog Tray, und
a lot more, huvo a litllo "onplcusuutlets"
frequently ubout town. Why uln't they
koptup? These aro mud dog duy, ami
whon somo oro is bitten, then tho dugs
will bo kept up by being shot down.
Wo mado our friend, Scotllold, of tho
custom houso work, clork of tho United
States court yesterday. Wo advanced
him too rapidly, Tho mlslnko must bu
attributed to our curs not to tho length
of llicm, but n h libit they huvo fallen Into
latoly of not hearing when thoy nro
At the meeting of tho liaptist society
hold nt tho residenco of J. W. Stnwnrt,
Esq., comer of Eighteenth and Walnut
streets, on Monday evening last, it whs
resolved to represent tho church by lottor
and delegates at tho meeting of tho Clear
creek association, which meets with tho
Limestone church near Cobden, on tho
10th Inst., nt 10 o'clock a.m. Tho at
tendance nt this meeting Indicated n deep
Interest in tho building of u lluptlst houso
of worship In C.ilro, mid wns adjourned to
moot at tho sumo place, on Thursday even
ing, at 8 o'clock, at which time It Is ex
pected that arrangements will bo perfected
to tako tho initiatory steps toward tbo
erection of n house. All pnrtie Intereittd
in this movement nro requested to attend
tho adjournal incentliig.
Hev. J. C. linker, General Missionary
of the Illinois llnptist As'ociutioii, has
boon in tho city for sevural days, und H
now endeavoring to create an Interrtt In
religious matters among tho MnpiUts of
Cairo who aro neither numerous nor zealous
such an IntercU in things spiritual, etc.,
hh will result In the. structnro of n church
building. We hope. Mr. Baker may be
successful in his mission. If ho should bo
Ho will deserve a great dcul of credit for
energy nnd perseverance. Ho will merit
a houso not made with hands ns tho reward
of his labors.
Ilusincss on tho Levee, quiet. Wo
would remark jtiHt hero, that Cairo, like
other cities, is subject to n lull in business,
about this limn of tho year, whlcli invaria
bly continues for n month or six weeks.
On tho whole, howover, it is a matter of
congratulation, that tho general briskness
of trado will average favorably with Unit
of uny preceding year, and still more so,
with any rlv:r port nbovo or bolow. Tho
stupid 'Sun' endeavors to make capital nut
of the faithful lepor. of buiincs here, but
this attempt only draws down ridicule
upon bis obtuso head. The Hi'i.lkti.v
has always been foremost to advocate, iui
provcmetits, nlwnys tho lint to speak of
our mercantile establishments, and pre
sents moro facts respecting Cairo and her
business, in ono week, than tho tumble
bug luminary has done during Its patent,
useless existence. There, now.
C. R. Woodward's now brick addition
will bo finished in ubout two weeks, and
will bo occupied by Mr. Woodwurd for
the sale of buggy, wagon, und hardware
material of all kinds. To gtvo some idea
of tho business Mr. W. is doing, nnd tho
largo amount of room his trade require',
wo may mention that tho dimensions of tho
now storo aro 12" feet by 25 feet. Uase.
mcnt Is 11 feet in height; first story, 13
feet, second story, VI leet. Tho building
ho now occupies is to bo fitted up for an
exclusive iron house, with u small railway
and track in tho center, so that in unload
ing from tho cars or loading on thorn
tho truck will movo from or to tho rail
road track with its load, on a level tailwuy
to or from nny part of tho storo. Mr.
Woodward is tho most oxtensivo iron
dealer in Southern Illinois, and thero uro
but few if nny in the west doing n more
extensive business in tho iron lino. Tho
counters, shelves, etc., will bo removed,
nnd no obstructions from front to rear bo
in tho way. All will bo completed, it is
expected, by tho first of September.
CAIRO FLOUR TRADE.
WOOD A- IUTTK.V1IOUSE
successors to Avers & Co., on Loveo
street near tho stono depot, kindly fur
nished figures from their books of their
s juthern flour trade. Tho number of bar
rels shipped to different points in Arkansas,
Tonnesfco, Alabama, Missouri and Illi
nois during tho Inst year amounts to 12,4i!5
barrels. Theso figures do not includn u
considerable local trade of purchuso und
LONKHUAN A CUNNINGHAM
have beon in business only four months,
during which timo their shipments havo
been 2,r,00 barrels, independent of mill
purchases of COO burrols. Theso amounts
multiplied by three, would give 7,o00 bur
rols of river trado, nnd 1,000 barrels of
mill purchases from tho local mills.
excluslvo flour merchant, gives from bis
books tho following figures: His ship
ments for tho year nro 38,811 barrels of
flour to points in Mississippi, Arkansas,
Alabama, Georgia und on Mississippi river
C. M. HOWK A CO.
givo us their flour trade sinco thoy com
moncod business in Dec. 1, 1871, to July
30,1,872, u period of eight months, 1,307
barrels. This does not Include other oper
ations, whlcji wo shall ondeuvor to collect
on another opportunity,
ALUCN A QKEEK.
Tho totnl river trndo in flour for ono
year foots up 30,672 barrels. Thoy also
do u largo business in menl, etc.
Tho cxtunslvo trudo of this firm is wull
known. Owing to tho timo it would til.o
to examine thclrbookslt was impossible to
obtain tho exact figures. Wo aro author
ized, howover, to stato that nt n rough est!
mnto their shipinouts nlono of flour cunnot
bo loss than 55,000 barrels. This is tu bo
considered n very modest estimate.
MATTHKWS .1- 11111.
For tho Inst year huvo sold 30,000 barrels
of flour in tho southern market, nnd on
commission hnyo forwnrded 7,000 barrels
moro, Tlieco figures nro Inside the mark
and mny bo relied on,
rniLi.ii'.s a co.
Wo visited their large wharf bout, which
by thi byo is full of freight; tho upper
deck being fairly packed with furniture,
from end to end, und the, lowor deck full
of assorted freight. They gave us their
figures from tho book for tho lust year,
burrols forwnrded on commlsssou.
I'ATIKH X CO.,
New York Storo uleo do u considerable
stroko In tho flour business, nmounltng to
1,200 barrols for tho past year, a good deal
of which Is local. Add to this 800 barrels
from tho storo of Swobodn llros.,und thero
is still n lurgo local trado supplied to bak
ers, private families and relnll doalers not
reckoned In. We havo boon at cspoclnl
pains to gather up statistics of tho flour
business of tho city, nnd present thorn ns
correctly ns posslblo to our readers. Wo
nro qulto sure that tho figures nro not ex
ngorntcd. Indeed, If ntiything. thoy nro
underrated, ns wo did not obtain tho local
sales from soma of the wholesale dealers
for fear of repetition, and havo given only
to supply tho deficiency, tho sales of two
of our family stores, viz : Messrs. Patler
& Co., nnd Hwohodu llros., so that n mar
gin still remains for homo consumption of
at least from 7,000 to 10,000 barrels. Wo
think wo can a (lord to lot that go, and
then tho nggregato will astonish thoo
wh(. don't think Cairn much of a place
Routon In nomination, but that gentleman
declined to allow his namo to bo used.
.1. II. Obcrly, of Alexnndor county, nnd
W. A Lommn, of Jackson, wore then nom
inated for roprcscntntlvcs.
Mr. Wilson, of Alexnndor moved that
Mrssrs. Ohorly and Lommn bo nominated
by acclamation. Carried.
Thn rnndidatcs wcro Introduced to tho
convention and inudo brief nddrcsses.
Mr. Oborly moved that n Centrnl Com
mittee for tho district bo appointed, tho
commlttoo to bo comprised of two mem
bers from each county to be designated by
tho soveral delegations, nnd ono mcmbor
at Inrgo to bo named by tho chair. Car
ried. Tho committee wns then appointed
(tho names of the members wo could not
obtain) nnd tho convention adjourned
THE SENATORIAL CONVENTION
NOMINATION OF JESSE WARE
AND OF W. A. LEMMA AND JOHN
11. OHKltLY FOR REPRE
SENTATIVES Iniesponso to the call of tho D.'tuo
crallc Central Committee of tho Filtieth
Senatorial District, tho Democratic con
vention of tho district, to nominate a can
dldiito for the Senate und two candidates
for Representative, mot nt .lonesboro, on
Tuesday, 30th proximo,
Tho convention wns called to order by
Mr. J. II. Mayhem, chairman of tho Sena
torial Central Committee, when
On motion A. J. Ninitiio was appointed
temporary chuirtnin, ntid John II. Oberly
On motion tho following committee wns
appointed on credentials:
Judge F. Uross, Alexander;
J. IJ. Mayhem, Jueksoii ;
Win. S. Hanners, Union.
Aud on permanent organization tho fol
Thus, Wilson, Alcxni.der;
Hugh Crawford, Jackson,
Jas. McLuiu, Union.
On motion convention udjourned for
Tho convention was called to order by
Mr. Nlmtiio, temporary chairman, when
tho committee on credentials reported ns
A. Comings, Clius. Spires,
F. Uro-s, John H.Mulkey,
Thos. AVilson, Wm. Mcllnle,
A. 11. Irvin, Wm. Mulkey,
Albert Susankn, Jno. H. Oberly,
J. A. Werner,
A. O. Davis,
J. R. Filger,
U. C.Cu I lev.
A. IJ. Davis.
W. S. Day,
J. S. Ury,
J. W oodsidnr,
I). AV. C. Lance,
-u. . ilarwood,
F. A. Yon,
J H. Mavl.cm,
II. A. Gibbin,
J. C. Nimmo,
S. S. Condon,
J. P. Mcl.iiln,
N. C. Pender,
O. P. Hill,
T. F. Ronton,
W. C. Rich,
W. S. Hannors.
Tho committee on permanent orgunizn.
tlon reported :
Judgo F. Ilross, of Alexander, President.
Frank Yost, of Jnokson, Secretary.
Judgo Ilross was conducted to the
choir by A. H. Irvin and J. U. Maylmm.
Mr. Nimmo moved that tho convention
proceed to nominate n candidate for
Mr. Nimmo placed in nomination Col
li. R. Towncj, of Union.
Tho Secretary culled the roll with the
Alexander, 13 votes for ToWnosj
Jackson, 1 1 votes for Townes ;
Union, 18 vote for Townes.
Pending tho announcement of tho result
of tho bullot, Col. Townes appeared und
M it. Chairman : Finding by intercourse
with the delegates to this convention, that
thero is some doubt of my eliiribililv to a
seut in tho senate, 1 desire, in tho Interest
oi my pariy unu tlie peoplo or tins district,
und with thanks toti,o peoplo und the del
egatus to this convention for tho honor
tnoy havo dune mo by this ununimous
nomination, to withdruw mv namo from
before tho convention. rApnlause.l
Mr. Oberly moved that in compliance
with tho wishes of Col. Townes tho vote
by which ho was nominated bo reconsid
ered. Carried, when the name of Col.
Townes was formally withdrawn nam tho
Mr. Nimmo nominated Jesso Wnro for
senator. o other nomination being
mado, tho secretary called tho roll with
the following result:
Alexander, 11 votes for Wuro;
Jackson, H votes for Ware;
Union, 18 votes for Wure.
The chulr appointed Messrs. Crawford
of Union, .1. II. Mulkoy, of Alexnndor,
nnd J. R. Mnyliam, of Jucksou, to inform
Mr. nro of his nomination.
A motion to take a recess of ten min
utes whs enrried by a ununimous voto.
Whon the convention had been called
to order, Mr. Crawford, from the commit-,
tea to wilt upon Mr. Wuro, reported Unit
tho committee hud performed its duty, und
had tho pleasure to report thut Mr. Wnro
hud uccoptrd tbo iiomlnntlon for Senator.
Tills announcement was received with
Mr. Wilson, of Aloxnnder, moved that
whorcis Union county hud received tho
nominee for Senntor, Juckson county
should huvo ono of tho nominees for tho
lower houso, nnd Alowider county tho
Roforo tho question hud been stntod,
Mr. Wilson withdrew tho resolution, when
Mr. Hunsakor, for whom Union county
had Instructed hur dolegutes to voto, roo
and declined in Justice to Jackson nnd
Union, to bo n candidate for represent,!-
A Union county delegate then put Mr,
.Sometime ugo 1 published a card in
which I rollecled upon tho conduct of my
husband, Absalom E. Gardner. 1 now
wish, in a maiinir ns public us iny offense
against him, to mnku nt least partial re
paration, by saying Hint I nlono was
to blame, that 1 regret my conduct the
result of a distracted mind, and hope, for
the sake of my children and for my own
peuco of mind, to bu taken hack to the
homo I deserted by in nowise ever dis
honored. MAIIV E. GAUHNKIt.
Patrick Mulony hut purchased tho In
terest of John Obrien in tho boiler works
of Smith Torrance tV Co., of Cairo. The
business will be continued ns heretofore
under the tiamuW Smith Torrutico & Co.i
nt the old stand on Ohio levee.
July Slat, 3t.
Messrs. Meyers sV Stoner, painters, in
the Perry House, Commercial nvenuo
huvo hoisted u new crack sign, several of
tho letters being tin foiled. It is it very
line specimen of what they c.itido, and bus
n full length figure, u cornucopia, and n
number of other devices in various colors,
wull executed. 8-1-ltd.
Prof. Krugor will lecture, August
Hh, ut the German chool house, on tho
"Futuro of the American Schools." Tho
professor i an erudite gentleman, nnd
will, no doubt, hnndlu his subject with
skill arid eloquence.. Wo hopo ho may
have tho pleasure of speuking to u largo
audience. The lecture will be in English,
und wo huvo no doubt that those who at
tend will be well repaid.
J J. Andki'.con it Co., gas fitters, 01
Ohio I.nveo, over Loucrgun & Cunning
hums, feed store, do all kinds of steam an
gas fitting cheaper than tho cheapest, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction in evury in
stHiicu. If they do not pleuso they will
not charge. Givo them a trial. Thoy
know their business perfectly. Remember
the placo CI, Ohio Lo vco. o-31
Tho Patent Hinig Fruit C.in ut Hally's
7-23-d 1 xv.
Rest and Cheapest wooden Pump in
tho .Murkct, at A. Hally's. 7-2L'-dlw.
ma Muiinit coal.
ISUIIIIIUUniS BUI'IIIIUU IIV HUT
dav and nloht. with plther mint) orcli
nut coal, In any ouantllv. and on
lorms, at tho yard at Grand Tower,
apodal contracts offered on favoraui.
terms upon application.
H. y, OlItpiiaht,
I). A. Uokkk, Ocn'l.Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-16-ly.
filly Nisilntsitl Ram is Rtitiillusr.
A.pcuiHi ieiiiiin pai i looniom l mm ieim
twits umlit or tlar
ftSrCorrespondonts should bear in
mind that our quotations ropreseut prices
for round lots from first hands, unless oth-
crwiso stated, und that in filling small ord
ers higher prices must po paid.,
TEA3-Impcrl.il, $1 lOtfJUO; Ounpow
der,$l 00t M; Oolong B.uck, 91 00Q1 30;
ioung uyson, i ool 40.
COFFEE .lava, .'iOQ-lic. ; Laguayra, 5;
Rio, Prime to Choice, S'JJ tu 25c.
LARD-Uclliicil, In Herein Tp tti, 10 o lojc. ;
In keg-, V II topic.
11A.M.'.-mi l';i r fined, i'uuued, tt.
14 to ICc. Shoulder Macon TJ In HJi;; Clear
Side Uni on, !l In !(; IlreakfKt II. icon. II)
CHEESE. New Yolk Tai lor), new, "J! It,
1.1 to 14c.
mmriM.: .,,.,,..,.,. it ., .i... .. '
00 ; l.liolcoto i;xtra,?i ooX'U T.; .. It. r-l
IIEESWAX, r It 30c.
SO A IV- Schaclfer's German mcilkd, ppd
TJe; CIkiiiii.iIii roup, 7e.
TALLOW, V 7c.
SUGAR New Orlenti-, Prime to Choice
-fJ ItilKai'Jo; Coffee A. lito 13c; Crushed
and Powdered, 1IJ to lie. ; Granulated, 14) to
sYIII'PS-Cholce "ft gallon, H.V(atl 00;
New Oilcans, 70rtjH)e.
SEEDS.-Mlllet V bu.hel. 'J 00:
FREIGHT. CO'PfON, Compressed, to
Nr.w YoitK, 8.V. ; to Uoston 81 oo. Vu',
eoiiiircsi.eii. to .new Ioiik, 1 14; to Ron
FREIGHT TO .MEM I'll IS.-Flour .-'V
Hay, $4 00; Corn 1? cwt., 15c. ; OaU, l.V. ;
Potatoes "ribbl., 'iSe. : Annleii. ;. t'orl.
I.T.. ; WhUkey 0c. ; Lumber, t M. t)7 0".
ueavy irelglil f cwt.,ir.
TO NEW OItI.EANS.-Flourbbl.:soc,
Potatoes, ),..; Apples, W)o. ; Pork, 60c;
Whiskey. 7.V. ; Hay ton, in 00 ; Com V
cut., KJc.jOat-, 17)c. ; Tobacco hhd.
4 00; Cotton V bale, $1 .V); Lumber V M
to 00. Heavy freight, ! cwt. 17)c.
Table and Pocket Cutlery at A. Hally's.
Steamer Smoky City, Pittsburg.
" Tom Recs, Sulpl ur Springs.
" Hello Memphis, Memphis.
" Lawrence, Cincinnati.
" Henry Probusco, St. Louis.
' Julia, St. Louis.
" Jim Fink, Paducuh.
" Illinois, Columbus.
Steamer Smoky City, Nuw Orleans.
" Tom Recs, Cincinnati.
" Hello Memphis, St. Louis.
' Lawrence, Memphis.
" Henry Probasco, Cincinnati.
" Julia, Vicksburg.
" Jim Fisk, Paducali.
" Illinois, Columbus.
1IOATS TO LKAVK TO-DAY.
The elugunt passenger boat J. Harry
Johnson leaves nt -I p.m. to-day, for Mem
phis, Vicksbiirg, nnd Now Orleans. Tho
fust Grand Tower is tho anchor line packet
leaving for Memphis, and all way land
ings this evening at C o'clock. The favor
itu packet Idlowild is tho regular packet
leaving at 0 o'clock this evening, for
Kvansvlllo und all points on tbo Ohio
river. Tho splendid little packet Jim
Fuk, is tho regular packet for Puducah
nnd nil way landings, leaving nt -IJ o'clock
p.m. Tho P. W. Strador for Tenncssco
rivor, louving Friday ut 10 a.m.
CONDITION OK THE IlIVEKS.
Tho declino in tho river at this liort for
the past twenty-four hours win two inches
At Pittsburg tho Monongiiheln is fulling
Tho Mississippi is falling fust. Thero is
now every prospect for another stago
of low wuler in nil the rivers.
11UHINESS AND WEATI1KU.
Tlieru win not a great deal of business
done at tho landings yesterday.
Tho weather wus u little cooler than the
Tho Smoky City passed down with a
vury largo tow of Pittsburg coal. The
Tom Recs hud u tow of Iron oro far Cin
cinnati. Tho inimitablu George Clark is
ono of her pilots. Tho Henry Probasco
hud a fair packet load for tho Ohio river
Tho old John H. Groesback the lust of
tho short Bide wheel bouts built for tho old
caiiul will booh bo dismantled nt Cincin
nati. The Julia found very llttlo frolght
hero and loft with a moderulo trip. Tho
Lawronco wus well loaded for Memphis.
Tito Missouri 1 Republican' says "Cap
tain llurliu Informs us thut ho is now ne
gotiating for two moro steamers, to run in
connection with tho Uurry Johnson ; run
ning in connection with tho Iron Moun
tain, Illinois Central und Pacific rail
roads." Tho project Is a good ono nod
throe good bouts can do well in Jtlio Cairo
und Now Orleans trade.
Capt. DuvltJ Ilinor was a passenger op
the Julia. Ho went to Mound City anil
iroin more no will go lo Cincinnati.
Sam Corbis, a woll known steamboat
male, wns stubbed and probably mortally
wounded in a bar room last Thursday In
St. Louis. Lust winter ho" was mato of the
Miss. V, T. barges here.
Our Home Advertisers.
JAMES KYS ASTON,
llulrhrr Mini Drnlerln nil klsida Fl-cats
Coktta Nisiiiiatii ai 1'uruaSisisTi,
HUT" dJ lUlit-r only ll, ttjt fstcstlttv
nog uri'l thrrp, abii I tirrtured to All ml dri,
........ M..I. nuw uuff xiuoa 1(1 icq
ARB IHHII II
Eighth Stkeet, Retween Wamiiinoton
and Commercial Avenuek,
Adjoining Hl'lpiihoitan ttliil II uny 'a.
Keep llio bl or Heel, Cork, Mutton
I.tinu, Ssu.Kf, etc., -ml am rf parcl lo .ro
ciIii-ds In Ihe most accepubln rnsnuer.
V. A I II . ILLINOIS. -
Also, krsp consiitnlljf on hnn'l most cum
plct. SttM.'k f
80CTCII AND IKIMI WHISKIES
-( 1 X H.
Fort, Muderid, Sherry and Catawba ines
RJMVTII A CO. b ,.eliinreljf for ctsh,U)
, which fact tliey invilfi Hie eHfimM sUen
hod ! close Imrijaia Imyvrit,
Special attention given to Filling Ordert.
U. M. IIULEN, l
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Denier in Foreign Fruits & Nut's,
No. 13-i Commorcial-avo.,
WINKM AXI I.IClUUUSi.
F. M . STOOKFLETII,
UTOt.SOS to route UTOCirtlTB '
ICectlfyrr nnd U'linlmnle Healer lit
t'orelKii ana llouientlo
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ohio Levee,
HJ.vV.'i"""1 nntul constantly a full stock ol
Ol.l Kentuokv llourbon, Itve ud Mononi(.
it-la Wlil.klcs. French llrsn.lles, llolUutl (Jin.
tthlne and Olllorna Wines UnSOtl
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE ANI) RETAIL.
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