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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY ATJGUS d, 1872.
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CMtmCH Or THE REDEEMER (Eplwo-
fierlfe prayers. Sabbath 10 a.m.
.trtitli prayers. tp.m.
Babbatii School, ..
MlV. K. COAN, Hector.
ST. PATRICK'S CHUnCH-Nlntlt 81. and
Washington Avenue. , . ,
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10 a.m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
Service every day, 8 a.m.
REV. P. J. O'llALLORAK, Priest.
k-OUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month at the Prayer room of the Pres
byterian Church.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, ,1 p.m. at
U Prayer room or the Presbyterian
church. ,, ,
C. Parsons, President.
AFRICAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Service. Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sabbath School, 1 p.m.
Clan mecta at 3 p.m.
SECOND FREE WILL BAPTIST Fif
teenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Servicea Sabbath, H and a p. ni.
Kkv. '. Hicks, Pastor.
FREE WILL BAPTIST HOME MISSION
SABBATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Strrcta.
Sabbath School. 0 a.m.
FIRST FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH
-Curry'a Barrack.
Service, Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. & 7) p. m.
Rnv. Wm. Kelley, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth SH.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a.m. and 7) p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 1) P-n. John A anBaxtcr
and Mary Stephens, Superintendent.
Rev. T. .1. Shores, Pastor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut, The
only Baptist church recognized by the As
sociation. Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and . p.m.
Rev. Jacob Bradley, Eider.
SECRET ORDERS.
THE MASONS.
CAIRO COMMANDERY, No. 13. Stntctl
Aaaembly at the Asylum Masonic Hall, tint
and third Saturdays in each month.
2A1RO COUNCIL. No. 24. Regular Convo
cation at Masonic Hall, the second Friday
In each month.
CAIRO CHAPTER So. 71. Regular Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ot even month,
CAIRO LODGE, No. 237 V.& A. M. Regu
lar Communications at Masonic Hall, the
aecond and fourth Mondays of each month.
THE ODD-FELLOWS.
ALEXANDER LODGE, 229 Meet in Odd
Fellows Hall, In Artcr'H building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
Governor John M. Palmer ;
Lieutenant-Governor John Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Edmund Hummel ;
Auditor of State C. E. Llppiucott :
State Treasurer E. N. Bates ;
Supt. Public Instruction Newton llatoman
CONGRESSMEN.
Senators Lyman Trumbull and John A.
Lorcn.
Seprcsentatlves for the Statc-at-Largc S.
L. Beveridge.
Representative Thirteenth District John
M. Crebs.
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Senators, First District T. A. K. Holcomb,
r Union, and S. K. Gibson, of Gallatin.
Representative, First District H. Watson
Webb.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
CIRCUIT COURT.
Judge D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney J. F. McCartney,
of Massac.
Sneriff-A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
COUNTY COURT.
Judge F. Bros.
Associates J, E. McCritc and S. Marchll
don. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Qossman.
MUNICIPAL "GOVERNMENT.
Mayor John 31. Lansxlcn.
Treasurer J. B. Tavlor,
Comptroller E. A. Burnett.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. H. Pope.
Police Magistrate F. Bross and B. Shan
Bessy. Chief of Police L. II. Myers.
select council.
Mayor John M. Lansden.
First Ward-P. G. Schuh.
Second Ward C. R. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood,
Fourth AVard S. Staata Taylor.
City-at-Largc W. P. Halllday and D.
Uurd.
BOARD Or ALDERMEN.
First Ward lames Reardeu, A. B. Saf
lord, Isaac Waldcr.
Second Ward R. II. Cunningham, E. Ru
der, Q. Stance!, Jamea Swayne.
Third Ward-Wm. Stratton, J. B. Plilllis,
Fourth Ward Jno. .11. Robinson, G. 11
Seaae, J. IL Metcalf.
FOR MOUND CITY. METROPOLIS. PA-
DICAII, niKHIKUnAM, UUHUii
EARTPORT, WATMILOO, TUS
CUMBIA ft FLORENCE, connect
ing at JOHNSONV1LLK with
KASHVILLK and NORTH
WESTERN R. R. for
point south.
STEAMER P. W. STRADER.
J. II. RAY .., Master.
KT Leaves Frldav. Allirust 2d. at 10 a in.
r or irrigiu or passage pii) uunru ur iu
?.'Httt. Jiuva tlinnA. AfrenL
James Bioas, Agent
REGULAR CAIRO, PADUCAH ft EVANS-
Vll.I.K HKMI-WKKKLi U. .
MAIL PACKET.
The Ft nnil Elegant Passenger 'Steamer
IDLEWILD.
Jack Qrammer, Master.
Ed. Thomas, Clerk.
13" Leaves Cairo for Padtlcati and Evans-
vine, every inurMiay nnu nunuay evening,
ai u o'ciock. conneciiuir ai tvainviuc wii l
the Louisville and Cincinnati packets. For
freight or passage apply to
.iAmamuai asscngcr Jgi,
REGULAR CA1RO.PADUCAII ft EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The fine Passenger Packet
ARKANSAS BELLE.
BEN. HOWARD
NEQLEY ItUDD..
Master,
.Clerk.
tSTLcavcs Cairo for Paducnh and Evans.
vlfio every Tuesday and Friday evening at 0
o'clock, tot freight or passage apply on
board or to
James Biooh, Passenger Ag't,
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVILLE
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The fine low pressure Passenger Packet
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
NKW HARNESS SU01
thos. south,
Has opened a Harness Shop on Washington
Avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh
Strcuta for tho purpose of MANU
FACTURING all kinds of
DOUBLE & SINGLE HARNESS
Halters, Bridles, &c,
Which ho keeps on aalo or will inako to
order. Ilia motto Is : "Good Stock, good
work, and Justice to all men."
1 1 All kinds of repairing dono with neatness
and dispatch. Ulvo him a trial, you will
And ho don't propose to "Stand on a home
string." nugltf
THE BULLETIN.
OTIOKSTBP.
W. B. PENNINGTON... . Master.
tSTLcaves Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening at (I o'clock, for Paducah
and Evaimillc. For freight or pas-age ap
ply on board or to
JAMES Blfifis, Passenger Ag't.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
MTEAX TCU,
;oaohe
Will make three trips dally,
IKATIKQ CAISO I MtYISII Not XII CITT
R.m. At 8:30 a.m.
At 11 m. At 1:30 p tn.
At 4-30 p.m. At 6 .p.m.
Fare each ay, 30 rents ; in tickets for 12 60.
Will land, whan hailed, at any pood Intermediate
andioglor passeDgersor freight. dot lif.
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.
6-J4-U.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
MAIL BOAT.
Tho splendid steamer
CT.A.S. FISE,
Stanley Brown, Capt,
Leaes Cnlro DAILY, (Sunday
a.m. For Irolzhtor passage a
JSDJll IA
ccpled), at 4
It on board or
BlUGS, Ag'l.
fc1
!. Hanny wishes the
public to bo informed that he
hat on hand a Stock of Goods
a axtensivo as any in the
Southwest, and that he is de
termined to sell every article
at prices Lower than tho Low
est. Gall on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. He
will satisfy you both as to qual-
qoAyoTicEs.
tlCLadics, or gentlemen,
desiring a comfortable as well
as a custom made shoo or slip
per, should call at the City
Shoe Store.
Mr. Black is offering great
bargains in his line of goods,
which is complete, and that is
why ho is doing so good a trade
during the dull season, while
every body clso is complain
ing of dull times.
Augnst 2, 1872.
A Texas judge lately decided that bad
cooking on the part of a wlfo was good
reutnn for granting tho husband a divorce.
Our advico to ToxHn ladles get a good
supply of Burnett's steam cooking vessel
d-tf.
liLANKKMiuita ahead I Wines and Ci
gars I oldest and choicest, at tho KXCEL-
SIOH SALOON, opposite the Post Offlce-
Finoit of Liquors, Freo Lunches and tnu
do overy day. Tho great Liberal and
Democratlc,Grcely & Brown drinko Weib
Uekk, Is mado n tpeciulty, and Frcdptldes
himself upon keeping the freshest and
coolest In tho city. Lemonades tho cold
est, mixed drinks and music tho lliicbt
Go thero. C-27tf
IT IS A POLITICAL FACT
a roliulous fact a moral fact a scien
tific fact a fact Indisputable, that P.
SAUP has on hand, nt his popular To
iiAcco and Cioak Stoke, tho best brands
of all kinds Tobacco and Cigars.
Oastohia Is it iclentifia vegetable prop
ration a perfect lubitituto for and moro
offoctivo than Castor Oil, and li ploasnnt
to take. It cleanses tho systom in a most
romarkable, mannor; does not distress or
gripe, but operates when all other reme
dies have failed. It is certain to super
cede Pills, Castor Oil, Narcotic Syrups and
all other Purgative and oxclting medicines
The Cattorla contains neither Minerals
Morphlnu nor Alcohol. By It cniollont
soothing ctlect, It uHiimilates tho food and
produce natural sleep, particularly adapt
ing it to crying and teething children
It cures Stomach Acho, Wind Colic, Con
stipation, Flatulency, Croup and kills
Worms. STako your druggist send for it ;
ho will alwaja koep it, a overy family
must lmvolt. It costsbut thirty 11 vo conti
, bottle 0-28wlt
Z v . a. J A
m r j mnu cuv.
a sV
. - f 1 V 1 - U nnn.1. In TI..M
mMim Mtaaaa Cooklna- Vessel. It is worth
imo tM price Mkd for it, for putting
Jfc&orMltat A.Hlley'i, dealer
ilai Umtn e-2oim
PubllealloB OMee. Haillctlss llnlldlnK
WnahliiKton Avennc.
FOB 8UEBIFF.
Wc arc authorized to aunouncc JOHN
McEWEN as a candldato for SheriOT, at the
ensuing November election.
Sweet potatoes retail at t0 cts. per
pock.
Judgo Broil Is going into the can
vass In German.
Grapes are coming dewn In prico;
tolling yesterday nt 12J cents per pound.
NciT s now brick storo on Eighth
street isbnvlng tho counters, etc., put in,
The pulverized dirt is becoming
blinding to the eyes of men and horse.
Tho Democrats and Llbornls of tho
city are over their late pout, nro cooing
again, and in a liltlo tinio will bo billing,
Tho darkies of tho Fourth ward had a
grand broakdown on Commercial avonuo
Thursday night, and woke. tho echoes.
Tho guttora outside the sido walk
around tho court house iquaro, arc being
bricked and proporly cemented.
Scotti harangue at tho colored church
barbecuo Thursday was political, and
proved William to know far less about
politics than bad whlskr.
If you would bo healthy, wealthy and
wise, indulgo in tho Liberal Catawba
Vincs, which can always bo had, cool and
iparkling, at tho Thalia snloon. If
Arnold supports a new Greoloy old
whi to hat of tho tallost proportion?. It is
almost two feet six Inches abovoliis man
sard roof, with a knowing slopo of 25 de
grees. II is quite time that tho Greolcv and
Brown clubs wero in operations. Let us
put our shoulder to tho wheel, and givo a
long pull, a strong pull, and a pull alto
gether. On Thursday ovenlng, about 10 p. ni.
a number of men, in a wagon on Commer
rial avenuo, were singing and roaring at
the top of. their sweet voices, serenading
(they called it) tho whole city as they
drove along,
A letter from L. Buttin & Son, to M.
J. McGauloy, Secretary Delta City Firo
Company, No. 0, undor dato July 27,
says: "We regret that wo shall not bo
ablo to ablp your engine until sometime
next month."
A case of marital infelicity, in which
an injured wife ruined a spittoon by
throwing it at and hitting tho head of
her husband's mistress, attracted a
good deal of attention yosterday. Tho
wife caught lior rival in hor huiband's
offlco.
Tho now choir of tho Gorman Cath
olic Church, will sing to-morrow morning
the first lime at tho church, corner of
Twenty-first and Walnut street. Somo of
tho best singing talent of tho city Is in this
choir.
Tho finest job of printing over dnno
in Southern Illinois ii tho letter head of
Safford, Morris & Candoc, printed at this
offico this week. Look at it and judgo for
youwolf. Our foroman of tho job depart
ment, Mr. Dickson, can knock tho bull's
eye in job printing overy timo.
Somo of tho tax-payers oro asking
"havo wo a mayor in namo only ?'' Thora
is a hog ordinanco, a dog ordinance, und
an anti-stealing ordln anco, all of which, so
far as public depredations aro concerned.
might bo as well circulated In Tartary or
Alaska.
Loafers, blacklegs, drunks and diior.
derlics havejfound it to be their Interest to
givo Cairo a very wido berth indocd.
Two or three of tho worst houses of ill
e. i i , i
iiiuio nuvo neon uroKen up. xnero aro
still some olhors which ought to bo
sijuolched.
Tho croialngs on Commercial avenuo
betweon Twenty-flrst and Thirty-fourth
streets, aro being Oiled to grade with
earth, for tho passago of teams. In somo
placei tho slopo Ii rathor steep ; but
still a great improvement on tho brouk
neck steps. If they would only step the
stealings it would bo all right.
Perambulating Ice creamists, havo
added water moloni to their stock. If
they would got somo of tho useless lanky
dogs Unit arc vagabonding about, and har
ness them up, and so utilize them, wo could
almost pardon tho liorriblo tin-horn loot
ings, which oro driving nervous people to
tho odgo of lunacy.
Tlioro aro a fuw person sin Cairo trying
to do business without advertising in Tiik
Bulletin or any othor paper. Tiiey are
tho only ones who complain of not doing
enough to pay expenses. Tlioio who have,
in times past, persisted in this coursu
havo invariably found their businoss leav
ing them and had to shutdown.
Mr, und Mrs. Gardner, strangers in
Cairo, had a row lomctinioagonnd parted,
Mrs. Gardner rcponted and published hor
confession of marital wickedness. Now,
Gardner Is not Garner, tho gas-fitter who
works fur Gorould, and ho s anxious to
have hii friends and acquaintances, who
eom to havo mixed hm up in tho Gard
ner muss, to muko a particular nolo of this
important fact.
Tho Bndtcals havo become very solic
itous about Tom Wilson. Because he was
they are prodigal in their expressions of '
sympathy. 1711100 knows a hawk from a
hand saw, and he can't be caught by such
chaff as tho' 'Sun' hai thrown before him.
lie know how to run hit own machlno
and will do to, and tho devil couldn't (top
him ; and, what la moro, ho'd get a power
of votes.
Tho Dolta Social Club gave up the
ghost the other day, and Its ofiocts de
scended to iti debtors. Thu death of this
Institution is another proof of the (act that
Cairo is the best place to ttart anything
and tho worst place to keep 'em up. We
start out enthusiastically, but soon weary
of woll-dolng, and go to sleep by tho way
side. Tho speakers nt tho colored barbecuo
Thursday, were all colored men Messrs.
Gladnoy, city teamster j Samuel Moody,
of The Bcllitik, and Bill Scott, of
Muiiti's Bummers. Bill made nn nis of
himself by attacking Kev. Mr. Shores
rop ut n thin fur chastity while iio was in
tho army.
Good work enhances the credit of any
town or city. Tho spocimrni of printing
tho Job offlco are now turning out, have
novor boon equalled In this city, and It can
bo confidently asserted cannot bo surpassed
in this, or any other state. It Is, there
fore, of paramount importance in every
point of viow which can bo taken, that
merchants, and others doing n largo busi
noss and having extensive correspondence,
should como to Tn e Bulletin ofllio for
their Job work. Bill hcada, letter beads,
cards, circulars, etc., of fine workmanship
givo tho city a creditable name and con
vey a favorublo impression of tho good
tatto and mechanical skill pntroiiixod by
Cairo business toon.
It has been erroneously supposed by
somo that a portion of Cairo is underlaid
by quicksand. Tho idea is on tl rely with
out any foundation in fact. Tho well at
Mr. Thorn's store, corner of Eleventh
street and Commercial avenue, Is 00 feet
deep, and of course tho water comes from
a rush spring, not far off, strongly impreg
nated with Iron. Tho well recently bored
at the corner ot Nineteenth street by
Messrs. Patier & Co., to tho depth of 70
iuet, in like maunor, though not striking
rock, is of precisely tho same nature, the
water being, if anything, moro strongly
tinctured than that of tho othor. Tho
water though not good for cither washing
or cooking is an excellent tonic, sanitary
in many casos, and those who drink con
stantly of It derive benefit therefrom; it
is besides delightfully cool. Wo Jug It
for drinking.
In this as in other cilie, may bo seen
a number of boys of different ages loafing
around street corners, nciiuirinc; street
phrases of doubtful moi'alily, and in some
instances using language of an obscene
charactor when ladios aro in tho act of
passing. This is especially tho enso on
Sabbath evenings, and wo havo seen con
duct of young persons coming from cliurcl
indecorous In the highest degree, on the
street. Now in Ottumwa, Towa, they
havo a peculiar Institution, and onco in a
whllo it is rocorded in tho local papers,
so many boys "magisterially spanked"
yesterday, not in an absolutely literal
sonso. Wo recommended tho idea as a
good ono, and a few doses of leather strap,
administered with discretion, would bring
theso youngsters, who let their immoral
ities fly loose on tho corners, tearfully to
timo. It would put their mammas in re
membrance of their duty, and, in somo
instances, save tho wear and tear of slimier
stuff.
JOHN KOEIILER'S NEW STORE
Tho now brick building of Mr. John A.
Koehlcr, gunsmi h, on Commercial ave
nue botween Ninth and Tenth streets, Is
being fitted up Inside and will be ready
for occupation, ho informs us, in about
two weeks. The dimensions of tho build
ing are 25 feet by 62 foot; height, 12 feet
G inches in tho clear. The upper part of
tho building will be occupied as a dwel
ling. Mr. Koehler is an industrious, wor
thy citizen and an oxcollcnt mechanic.
Ten years of steady, frugal industry in
Cairo has enabled him to reap a rich re
ward. This is another instanco of what
tho right kind of men can do in this city
by stickativeness and porsovoranco.
SHORES ON SCOTT.
AN EIGHTEEN FOUNDER. FROM THE
HEVEltNED GENTLEMAN'S CO-LUMIHAD.
THE SALOON KEEPER RADICAL LEAD
ER CRUSHED UNDER A MOUNTAIN
OK JUST WRATH.
THE WOOL
TORN OFF
SHEEP.
A BLACK
CAIKO, AUOU8T 2, 1872.
Mn. Editok Caiko Bulletin.
DEAnSin: Ono Bill Scott undertook
to niako a speech yesterday at the barbe
cuo for tho benefit of tho Methodist church,
and on account of hit abusivo tonguo was
hissed nt by hunt st pooplc. Ills haranguo
Was deceptive und a string of falsehoods
This Scott Is a fiend In human shapo to
abuse a tr.nn who never did him wrong
worso than Bnalam who hail a duvil in his
bowels, or u Judas, who sold his Lord for
thirty pieces of silver and hung himself
Tliis Scott hits for a long timo tried to
carry u bucket of water on each shoulder.
It has been with hint in politics "Good
Lord, Good Dovil." I need not refer to
his dark deeds in Cincinnati and St. Louis,
His moral character is known hero, 1
vould ask Baalam how much Balac gives
him for cursing Israel. I would not trust
such n man at tho Lord's luppcr; ho
would steal tho meal and run away with
tho tablo cloth. Ho appears to bo llko
Saul of Tursus, who, whllo ho was perse
cuting tho Christians did not know ho was
fighting against God ; and Scott, in his
proscnt course, Is either villainous for
gain or In ignorance is sinning against
light. Ho will find that ho will fall.
Light is stronger than darkness, and tho
good cauio will triumph in spito of nil tho
corrupt and ignorant Scotts In the coun
try. T. J. Shores.
A Pkook. Nothing is bolter proof of
tho excel cuch of an article than tno lo-
Lquent Imitations of it.
Tlieae coumerieiies nro mo uiue..i
tributo which worthlessncis pays to merit
The sterling worth and popularity of the
Charter Oak Stovo is uttcstcd by this
ndard. J27d&wl
300 Dor. Custom Made Fruit Cans, at badly treated by tbo delegates to the
A, Belly's. T-23-dlw. J Democratic Congressional Convention,
CAIRO FRUIT BOX AND BASKET
FACTORY.
This well known and thriving establish
ment was removed from Cobden to this
city in the month of February, 1871, and
went Into operation in the beginning of
May of tho same year ; the first shipmont
of fruit boxes, etc., being mado on tho 29th
of that month. Thn machinery is drivon
by two engines of about thirty horse
power each. Of courso the business of tho
firm is much grcator now limn during tho
winter months, though a good businoss is
dono tho year round. Tho chief machin
ory for tho cnrlom work of converting
logs into fruit boxes, baskots, etc., consists
of ono circular saw for sawing boards; at
tached is tho usual friction whcol for
drawing up tho logs on tho railway from
tho rivor ; a box machine for cutting latlio
for tho strawberry and grapo boxes ; n
plaining machlno, matching machine, two
cut off saws, and throo edging saws. Thero
is alio a drying kiln capablo of drying
3,000 feet of lumber por day.
At tho present timo 76 mon aro om
ployed, forty working in tho day timo
and thirty-flvo at night. Tho nature of
tho businoss is such that thu superinten
dent was unablo tn furnish full statistics
of shipmonts, but wero informed by him
that tho shipments for tho month
amounted to $10,000; shipmonts chiefly
being to points on the I. 0. It. R. und tho
Mississippi river. Their southern trado is
rapidly uisumiiig vast proportions, and
tho increaio of demand slnco their removal
from Cobdon has bcon very considerable.
Bosidos fruit bnxc and basket, thoy mako
tobacco, cigar, cracker boxns, etc.; also
mirror and picture back veneering.
Tho establishment has n code of regula
tions which aro strictly enforced, among
which Is tho forbidding of smoking and tho
using of profano nnd vulgar language.
Tho establishment is a credit to tho city
and is becoming famed from lake to ocean'.
Tho American Epicure and Nationa
Broilers, at A. Ually's. 7-23-dlw.
BIVER NEWS.
ARRIVED.
Steamer J. II. Bigley, Pittsburg.
" J. II. Johnson, St. Louis.
11 Ella Hughes, Nashville.
Painter No, 2, Coal Mines.
" John A. Wood, Pittsburg.
" Messenger, Pittsburg.
" Grand Lake, New Orleans,
City of Helena, St. Louis.
" Dictator, St. Louis.
" James Pisk, Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" P. W. Strader. St. Louis.
" Lady Lee, St. Louis.
DEPARTED.
Steamer J. II. Bigloy, New Orleans.
" J. H. Johnson, New Orleans.
" Ella Hughes, Nashville.
" Palntor, Coat Mines.
" John A. Wood, Now Orleans.
" Messenger, St. Louis.
" Grand Luke, New Orleans.
" City or Helena, Vlcksburg.
" Dictator, Memphis.
' James Fiik, Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" P. W. Strader, Tennesseo river.
" Lady Lee, Shreveport.
1110 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats suppliod at any timo, 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
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyi-hant,
D. A. Bokee, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
BOATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tho regular anchor line packet leaving
for Memphis and all mall landings, this
evening at Gjo'clock, is the fast Belle Mem
phis. Tho low pressure Quickstep, is the
boat leaving at C o'clock this evening, for
Evansville and all points on tho Ohio
river. Tho City of Vicksburg is the
anchor lino boat for St. Louis, and way
points, this evening at C o'clock. Tho
fast Jim FiskJr. is the 4 o'clock p. m.
packet, for Puducah and way landing!.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Hero tho rivor is falling again. Tho
Ohio river is falling all tho way down.
Tho pilots ol the Messenger report 10 feet
water in the channel from Louisville
Cumberland and Tennesseo tivers are re
ceding steadily. Arkansas river is slowly
falling with 0 foot In tho cbanuel. The
Mississippi is falling fast at St. Louis.
Plonty of water below here.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Considerable activity was displayed in
the transaction of business on tho levee.
Thero is considerable freight on band
ready for shipment.
The weather was clear and plcaiant.
MISCELLANEOUS MATTER.
The J. U. Johnson had a big freight
and passengor trip, and could only take a
fuw tons hore. Capt. Dr. Davon says that
ho will have thrco good boats in tho Cairo
and Now Orleans trado inside of sixty
days. Ho is well pleased with tho en
couragement he has met with so far.
Tho Wood, Bigley and Grand Lake
bad large tows of Pittsburg coal for tho
South.
A runaway couplo trom Kontucky wore
unltod in tho holy bonds of matrimony,
on board the fairy boat "Cairo" Thursday
afternoon, whllo tho boat laid nt Bird's
Point Mo.
Tho Strader had a barge in tow but
scarcoly nny freight for Tonenssce river.
The City of Helena had a fair trip and
received freeloy hero.
The Messenger laid here several hours
putting off froight and had a good trip
for St. Louis.
The Lady Leo bad nearly nil the freight
sho could "tote" to the Red river country,
Tho raft boat James Milburn when
about two miles abovo McGregor, Iowa
exploded bcr boilors with foarful effect'
There wero twenty-flvo persons on board'
and only ton were saved. Tho causo of
the disaster is supposed to bo scarcity of
water in tho boiler.
Tho Great Republic will bo lengthened
18 feet which will increase her carrying
capacity about 700 tons. Tbo work will
bo dono by tho Carondelot Marino ways
and will bo done in 00 days at a cost of
twenty thousand dollars.
Ir you htt'o the tooth-aoho, if you
want tin artificial set of tooth, if you want
a gold fitting, if you want anything in
tho dontal lino, go to the splondld dental
rooms of Dr. Williams in Noffs new
brick building on Sixth street, where you
will bo satisfactorily suited tteundum
arttm. 7-20dtf.
NORTH CAROLINA DEM
OCRATIC. THE OLD STATE EATS
CROW AND LIKES IT.
THE INTEREST IN VfARUINOTON.
Washinoton, D. C, Aug. 1. All tbe
newscentres hero havo boon thronged dur
ing tho entlru hveninv tn pnMln ilm ,a.
suit in North Cirollna. No stato election
within memory has causod in this city so
much interest, and groat dissatisfaction is
expreed at tho meagm dispatches re
ceived. From louries thus far heard from,
thero seems to bo little doubt of a conser
vative victory. This judgment Is reached
by comparing the present vote, so far as
heard from, with that of 1870, and by con
siderlng tho largo gains on the part of the
conservatives In the doubtful districts.
Kvon tho Radicals do not appear to
doubt that six of tho eight congressmen
will bo for thn flrnnlnv tlt.bai .nil thm
tho legislature will bo largely In favor of
mo uumrnir. in nuqillon 10 mis, all
sources JuRroo that the Liberal candidate
is elected by a largo majority.
Many heavy bets havo boon made that
Merrlman, the Democratic candidate for
covcirnor. Is plpniil Iiv in ilw.n..n ma
jority, and although many wagers have
uou.i uiii-n-u mat mo uemocraia wouia
carry tbo stato, no takors have been found
and the Grant peoplo aro loth to bet oven
on majorities. Although the wires have
been interrupted and trust worthy roturns
aro meagre, on account of the storm which
prevented communication, the general
sentiment on all sides is largely in favor
cf the Liberal ticket.
Washinoton, Aug. 2, 2:30 a. m. A dis
patch received hero to-night from Senator
Ransom, N. C, addressed to the editor of
tho Patriot, says the state of N. C. had
gone largely democratic.
Another dispatch says that Leach has
defeated Settle In thn fifth district. .
Special dUpatrh to the Republican.
New York, Aug. 1 At 6 p. m, the
following, the first echo from North Caro
lina, was recoived at tho liberal headquar
ters by U. S, Senator Ransom :
Raleioh, N. O, 4 p. m. The stato ha
surely gone for Greeley. Meriman and
the liberal ticket is elected, and it is oniv a
question of majority.
New Yore, Au?. 1 A special to the
'Tribune' from Wilmington, N. O, signed
Wm. H. Bernard, chairman conservative
executive committee, says that the indica
tions all point to the election of Merriraan
by a decisive majority.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Tho best, most reliable and cheapest
Pianos and Organs in tho market and on
terms to suit tho purchaser. Old instru
ments taken in part payment for new
ones.
Thoso wishing to purchase instruments
had better buy of an agent who is ac
quainted with tho construction of instru
ments and ono that can bo relied on.
Every Instrument warranted for five years.
N. P. Curtis, Agent.
NOTICE.
Patrick Malony has purchased tho in
terest of John Obrlon in the boiler works
of Smith ..Torranco & Co., of Cairo. Tho
business will be continuod as heretofore!
undor tho name of Smith Torranco & Co.
at tho old stand on Ohio Ievoo.
July 81st, 3t.
J. J. Anderson & Co., gas fitters, 6
Ohio Loveo, ovor Lonergan & Cunning
hams, feed store, do all kinds of steam an
gas fitting cheaper than tho cheapest, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction in evory iu
stance. If they do not pleaso thoy will
not charge Givo them a trial. Tbey
know their business perfectly. Remember
tho placo 61, Ohio Loveo. 6-31
Burnett's steam cooking vessels are
sola at tho following exceedingly low
prices:
For No. 7 stoves, $2 00 and $3 00.
For No. 8 stoves, ?3 00 and $3 50.
They nro as bandy to use as an ordinary
stewcr. Thoy will savo thoir coit every
few weeks in tho saving of wood or coal,
besides tho great gain in tho quality of
food cooked in it.
The Ladies' I'ronunciamento !
Whllo protesting against all the worthless
Dentrifices now in the markot, tbo Ladies
with ono consent, havo adopted the Bozo
dont as tbo ono thing ncodful to imuro
tho integrity of the Iceth and a fragrant
broath. July31d&wlw
Burnott's Steam Cooking Vessel saves
nearly half tho fuol and 16 per cent
weight which is lost in cooking the old
way. Sold by A. Halloy C201m
Tablo and Pocket Cutlory at A. Ually's,
7-e3-dlw.
The Palont Hinig Fruit Can at Hally's
7-23-d lw.
Best and Cheapest wooden Pump In
the Markot, at A. Ually's. 7-22-dlw.
St op Laddors of all sizos at A. Hully
7-23-dlw.
Our Homo Advertisers.
BUTCIIKIM.
JAMES KYNASTON,
Butcher and Dealer Id all fctsMU Freak
Meal,
COMNIS NlHITISKTB 1XD PofUB StSSSTS,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
.oY.!5Bl,Uu8htI, onl'ha vry test cattle,
fiSSVtv,! f.hy' ""! "L spared to All soy d."
thousand pennds. dseWW.
Our Home Advertisers.
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER, v
CUT sal
MJ9pelal ettantioa aM te orders Iresa ste
boats nltjit or dav .
iTtvH. maw,
ItM,
A. II ALLEY,
DEALER IN STOlW,
!
Tib and Hollow Wis. Clothe WrMMM Toil
Ware, Ooal Hods, ln Motets, STOlsi.
BuawAwinasa e
TIN ZINC, COPPKR AVD Ml Ml
IRON WAU
No. 166 WashingtonarMue,
CAIRO, ILLWOIS.
asrRooHnK OuttrriaK, aad all klad efle
w"tk lont shnitrsl nuilc Ubldtf
HEAD QUARTERS.
BEERWART, 0RTH k CO.
180 COMMKBCIAL AVIKDE, CaJBO, ILL.
Dceltrs In
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
WARE,
GKATES, MANTELS
PUMPS, PLOWS,
Ti EIF'rRIGrrEie.A. TORS
ICE CHESTS.
WATER COOLERS.
GOOCH'S FREEZERS,
BIRD CAGES,
W I IR, E OLOTH
for Wiadow bcrssas,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
HOES, RAKES,
SHOVELS, FORKS,
SCYTHES, SNATHS, I
CRADLES, Ac, &
Alio manulactorar of
GUTTERING AND ROOPIKO,
Tm, Bum ibon & Corrxa Wau
Bole Agents for the cUrte4
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric'b Movkaul Point 8tl Plow
G bat's Patint Coal OilCaho,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
scaktlin a coox'a
EV APOKATOIW AND CORN MILLS
AHD
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY "
TOP,
Wrrnted iuiw ear Ur' smoking hlsaals
tOAL.
CAIRO. CITY COAL
Is prepared to supil cusiomtr with the best -quality
of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAT,.
nR,nJW?J''1' Halllday Bros oc,T0OHIO
Kf LEVRK. or at the Coal Tard Mow the Mt
cniri, Hold, will native prompt aUaatioa. -THE
TUQ MONTAllK'?wlllVieokUloajl-
lo tfmr at n hnnr
WACtUTg.
WAGON MANUFACTORY.
For Sale at Wholesale o Retail
CORNER 32D-STRKXT AND OHIO LI VIA
Cairo, Illinois.
Bovlltl F. 3AUB
FAIHTKBtB.
Henry II. Meyer. WUllawHtoaer.
EX.CELSI OR !
MEYER & S TONER,
Home, Sign and Steamboat
Decorating In Oil or Water Colon : Kalte
mining' and Paper Hanging; Gralnltur and
Marblelng of overy description ; GUtUaf In
every stylo, plain and ornamental.
Partlcularattentlnn paid to Olasa QUHng.
Orders solicited for Scenery, Fresco ajid
Banner Painting. Fancy Glass, Snow Cards,
Gild. Plain and ornamental.
CallatUie Sbop and examine our work.
Old Pictures renewed or copied. Satisfac
tion Guaranteed.
B3T All work entrusted to our ear will be '
promptly atteuded to.
Shop in Thomas's old stand under the
Perry House, corner Commercial ave. and
8th street. 7-18 tf,
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