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liov. -nr. Aiiaycr returned rriuay
evening, and will preach to-day nt tho
t m I i t.,
The Hov. Mr, Iliucr. Ilantlst minister,
will occupy tlio pulpit of Urn Methodist ,
church to-day, both morning nnd evening
Attention li culled to tho advertise
motit of tho Universal Life Insurance
company. Ill 0110 of the be.it companies
in the country.
Vincent Coan, father of Itcctor ('ami,
died nt Oneida Lake, N. Y., Wednesday
last, from tho ell'ects of tun stroke. Ho
died boforo Mr. Coan reached his bedside.
- f r. It. S. Yocum I announced tliU
morning as n ctiiidldaln for Circuit Clerkt
Mr. Yocum U n gentiemnn of irrcproacha
lib) character, nnd would make nil excel
About O-.ao Friday evening two
melancholy youthi, who looked as though
they didn't like the job, were around past
ing Hindi handbill', culling upon
(!raiittlcs to meet ut 1'hlllit' hall to form a
(Irani club. Wo should have nltonded to
report, but wore prevented from so doing
by unforseon clrcumstnnci-s. We obtniued
information, however, of the principal
fciilutus of tho occasion. We aru told as n
positive fact that Kesehld All fairly 1
J , , . n i, i ,i . r , '
and raging from anguish and the hopeless
ness of the stluation. He was heard four
blocks oil". Wo extremely regret not
present as it would havu
Sin, in n Irn.t
However, about 10
colored Ueschid Ali bummers nnd about
L'l white collar slave, which Includes
every white radical, ex:cpl oillco holders,
to be found In the city, forrnod a Hub. 1
Ueschid Ali tears his hair, and roots hit
yes In u frenzy of fright.
IMC NIC EXCl.'HSION.
There will bo a grand river excursion ,
on the Steamer Kckert, on Wednesday,
August Till, Klsen berg's band hn been
engaged, nnd a joyous day i anticipated,
A gent liremt pin, single stone, dia- 1
monil setting. The Under will bo liber
ally rewarded by returning the amo to
Ciiah. It. K i ..
Al Maet.inae, Michigan, on 1st instM
Freddie, infant son of Thomas W. and
Charlotto .1 llalliday.
Funeral services will lx held at Beech
firovo Cemetery, near .Mound City June
1 inn, when-friends are invited to assem
ble, on M.mday afternoon, Sth iti'i. at I
J o clock upon the arrienl .f the train j
from C hicago,
Thero will he sold at public nurlion at
tho naval station, Mound City. Ills., on
Tuesday, August ICth, al two p. m., tho .
following property on account
it of nxvv
department, bureau yards and docks:
1 Smithy i. r. Ilarge.
i lot oi iron.
1 Platform Scales and Weights.
-'00 feet ltubber Hose.
I Rlncksmilh't Forge. ,
l lot of v;t. ...
1 Letter l'ress.
Terms of sale, cash on delivery, and re-1
nioval of property within three days,
lly order of (oiiimaiidment,
KnNi'it T. Gii.i.ktt.
1'. A. Paymaster IT. S. N.
Squire Ilro-s in his Court of .Sigh-, d
ministcrcil heavy iloe to deserving ai
pllcanU from his extensive laboratory of
juiliee, yesterday morning, which were
gulped down with wry grim'iccs by tlm
A handsome quartette of astonished
youth, respectively named Edward Mc
Tride, Win. Monroe, Sam Dean, and .1.
II Hurgeis, were dexterously nabbed by
Mehner und llein, in a house of ill-fanm
of which wo forgot to ask the name, whero
they had been lodging the previous night
witii their fancy does, nnd were lined $3
each nnd costs, whlsh wu believe wa
forked over. They dopnrtcd wi'.li lighter
pocket books, If not with wiser heads.
The next patients for his honor's surgi
cal skill to opernte on, were a triplet of
.Yy7A du 'arc, who hang out In olio of
tho famous 11 prince of pleasuro ''(?) and
who wero arrested by the puissant und
useful H'ri ingly, for keeping an open
liuiuo for the ronvcnleneo of misguided
-youth ol the male persuasion. They were
requested in tho squlro'n usual persuasivo
moral lone of voice, to extract trom their
millinery tho sum of SO.fir, nnd cots
apiece, which to elleft they weru allowed
a short time; in'Jel'ault thereof they would
have to try sweat-'oov ciitlu lti days
each, juit for a cooler.
Another triplet, (of males, this tlmo)
named dames Harrison, dames Deegan
and Win, Andrews, undoubted vagrants,
who had lost themselves, and didn't know
what to do with their digits, wore respect
ively admonished to liaul out their llnan
clul res nircc.s to nn amount, which raised
the bristles of their mansard roof higher
than Arnold'A Grooloy hat. Hut, jrcto, ,
1.1 minutes to leave Cairo or 'JO days Jail.
As How thu word', tho victims Hew, nnd.
whllt the was still lingering on his
honor's lips, the fragmentary ends ofthreu
tattered garments wero seen straight
filing out somowhere irijout 18th stteet. ,
T. 1 GAMIU.K'S WAGON FACTOHY
This is another now manufacturing in- '
iliistry, which so far is prospering nnd in
creasing In favor nnd reputation, Mr.
Gamblu Informed us on Friday, that ho
had;turned out and sold about (.00 wngons I
during tho past yenr, besides wheelbar
rows, ote., all of which work lias beon dono
by hand. Ho employs eighteen hands nt
present; hut It must not bo supposed that
this amount of work by nny means repre
sents tho enpacity of his fuctory. Mr.
Gamble, who ii an ostimabla citizen, nnd
n judicious, cautious, buslnoss man us well,
has been fooling his way nlong in n safo
business, but possesses facilities for im-1
inensoly Incroaslng tho'saino, Tho com-1
Ing fall, hu Informed us ho will put his (
machinery in operation, which mnucs ov
made at lili factory, it well nnd substan
tially put together, nnd wo'pr edict fur Mr.
Gamble n successful nnd lucrative career.
AVo ennnot help again taking this op.
portunlty to obsorvo onto more, that every
dollar spent In tlio purchase of home men
ufiicturcd articles, It a dolfaVs" worth of
encouragement to Cairo tnechanlci; every
Mar so expended li, In most cases, n dol
lnr Itiveloc1 In floating cnpltAl, In wages
or in building houses, and In adding to
tho prosperity of tho city. Lot every
farmer in this vicinity who needs wagon,
I a corn sholler, etc., every drayman, every
individual who needs a buggy, lay to
himself, I'yVoll, here is a homo Industry;
I enn do ho bettor by sending away. I'll
purchase what 1 need." On tho levco
1 may bo seen from tlmo to time Immenso
iuantites of wagon wheels, wagon boxes,
felloes, hubs, spokes nnd so forth, awaiting
shipment down tho river, A portion of
this business might ns well be done in
Cairo as not, thereby drawing steady me-
j chanlc, ul good wages, to becomo perma
nent fltl.cns. And as one enterprise
draws another into successful operation,
' the new; soon becomes known abroad and
others, men of substantial mean and good
- 1! i . . .
uinuiiig, nru nmuceo l come
along, and turn in their capital
and enterprise to the mutual ad
vantage of themselves find tho city. It
has ever seemed to us it most unaccount
able thing that ii liver port, possessing such
"'qullo...blBcornincrt.!l and manufac
luring facilities that Cairo does, has not
long since been crowded with industries
of every kind. Instead of a homogeneous
population of 10,000 or 11,000 wo should
have row, If cuterprising men had put
their shoulder to building up manufac
tories, and capitalists of the city had put
forth their energies, a population of at
leats i!0,0O(). Notwithstanding, however,
when the present railroads in course of
construction nro completed, having their
termini in Cairo, iniiilo of four years from
the time of said completion, we shall
quadruple out present census.
W I LSON
(J HA NT
Wild STOLE THAT MONEY1
Did man (lilcliri't, tin hone't old soul,
who know- just not enough to be sutlicient
ly wise to support Oretdey, is tho treasurer
f ttm colored (Irani and Wilson club of
tliis city. A few days ago, he had $.'iS in
his strong boi, the money of the club.
The yellow fellow named .Mm Allen, col
lected, 1" t-tand carried it to Gilchrist's
home, and told the old man he wanted to
put it in the treasury. Tho good old Gil-cliri-t,
who resembles Greeley in honest
simplicity, told dim to take out the box
mid put the fifteen cents in. dim took out
MX HU, proceeded to count the
money. The box was put hack into its
place and .Utile vanished. When the
i good old Gilchrist nexl exnmined his
' treasury it was almost as bare a .Mother
Hubbard's cupboard, dim savs ho didn't
tike the cash, and honest old Gilchrist de-
.Marts fore. God he didn t. here is it
then 7 Who stole it? Allen wouldn't
to such a tiling, because his master voted
for James K. Polk nnd lie was brought
up in a Democratic family, and Gilchrist
i such an honest old soul. Hut the club's
money was gobbleu, and who is tho
guilty man Come buck, Pope, and un
lolil this mysli"'
-illlimars o' tin' Week.
hiishel on the
Arnold sports a Greeb-s
Judge liross is going into
tile at a
palgn in German.
Tho Democrats Hnd Libetals aro going
to get jointed again.
The sidewalks gutters around tho
ciiktum hoii-e nru huing bricked.
Hill Scott, nnd potatoe-bug gravy got
mixed at that Grunt-Wilson barbecue
The new choir of the German Catho
lic church is organized, and will sing to
day for the llr't time.
, Tlio tlne-t job printing ever done In
Southern Illinois t Tiik Bin. let in job
room, Dick-ou hit' plum centre every
Dog, hog and anti-stealing ordinance!
nro passed, but not enforced.
Crossings on Commercial avenuo
from 'Jtst to illth St. aro being tilled to
Some of tho houses of ill fame,
squelched more likely to be.
Tho Radicals nnd tho tumblebug Sun
are solicitous shout Tom Wilson.
T. W. Is O..K.
The Doha clul) hath closed its
t unsltory esistence.
Two splendid drive Wflls ii'o now freo
i to man in beast m Cairo. Tho water
' pumped up is medicinal nnd refreshing,
i One Is 00 feet and tho other 70 feet in depth.
The Egyptian nnd Cairo City Mills
together, ship and ell in this neighbor
hood 100,000 barrels of Hour n yearj and
their wheat purchases amount to 000,000
bushels per annum. Let us hear from the
villages of Paducah and Evansville.
Myers has inado his uppearanco on
the street once more, lie lias not yet
1 mounted tho Greoloy stove-plpd insignia.
Slowly hut surely the Greeley and
Brown men nru working to o'gnnlr.o ollec-
tivo clubs In this city.
Greoloy badges aro in good ittfuuiiid.
Whlto pocket handkerchiefs worn
called for to the amount of two dozen in
ono storo, for tho chop-fallon mombors of
tho Grant AVllion ring, to wipe their tears
away. North Carolina handkerchief
thoy nro called.
A homo of lll-fame on Poplar street,
about Twenty-fourth street wants Mjer's
Pigs attention 1 dogs ditto!
At D.ui Hirtman's nuctlon rooms
yesterday morning, some damaged goods
wero sold at the following rates:
LI bales hay, nt $ per halo; 14 bales
hay at $1 15; 4'. sacks corn, fio cents per
sack; 0 half barrels Hour, 1 8fi por barrel;
8.) Ihi lard at Cij cents por lb; LIS lbs salt
meat at 3 cents pur Hi.
Mr, Sam Walters nnd family leave
town immediately for tho mountains o(
finln lo recuperate. A o wish
brought money sufiiclent to tho city
treasury to defray tho oxpenses of the
present much-needed repair. When
soma ono gets a broken leg, or picks him
self tip with n broken nsr.-k, and tho city
got a judgment against it for a few thous
and dollars', tho powers that bo will per
haps get down from their high Lorse.
The annual flour trade of tho city
foots-, "up 354,608 .barrels, a considerably
more than one-fourth of which Is ground
ut our homo mills.
A sad accident occurred at the Cache
river on Friday afternoon. Tho railroad
bridge suddenly fell and killed one man
named 1), Galloway of Toledo, Ohio, and
wounded live other, including K. Hodman,
Tlio Alexander county normal school
opens on the 0th instant nnd continues
four weeks. The cxcorcies will bo held
in tho Fourth ward school lions-, and will
be conducted by Prof. A. Kirk of Chicago,
an ablo nnd capnblo gentleman. Tho ex
ercises nro gratuitous and should he at
tended by all present and intending
A faithful description of tho dimen
sions and furnishing of the new custom
house was published in the issue of
Wednesday last. Mr.Sease is tho agent
of this business. It is well and neatly
done. Tho wholo will cost about $12,000.
There is a cistern on tho promises, 24 feet
deep, and 1H feet In the clear, capable of
holding 40,000 gallons.
Lamport, the popular barber, it now
at his post on Eighth street between
Washington mill Commercial avenues,
Thero Is not a better barber than Daniel
Lain pert in the city. His ra.ors are al
ways in line order, bis shop always neat,
his towels nlwayt fresh nnd clean, atd
himself alwaj attenllvu und polite.
Hair cutting, coloring and sharnpooning
done in the inot satisfactory manner.
Cull on him. 8-ldml
Popo and AVickwire are still cooling
oil' al Crittenden Springs.
Tbcsidewalklurnber thlevesstill steal,
and go at large.
Messrs. F. liross and A. Comings arc
the Alexander county members of the
Democratic-Liberal Senatorial Central
(irand pic-nie excursion to Paducah
on Wednesday next.
Jack "Winter has gone back on the Lib
erals. He is a confirmed drawback to any
party, as well as tj himself.
Hub-a-dub, rub-a-dub, beat the revil
lee for a Greeley club.
Mayor Lansden hut Uken a definite
stand for Greeley and Hrown. No back
Mr. A. Comings was chairman of the
Alexander county delegation in tho Jones
bo ro senatorial convention.
The Hibernian Firo company have a
new cNteru l- feet deep and 14 in the
clear, holding 'l'0 barrels.
Efforts aro being made to erect a Hap
tist church in Cairo.
A lull in business on the levee, likely
to last for a month or so, as it is usual this
time of the year in all cities. Cairo how
ever, compares favorably with any city of
The original building, out of which C.
H. Woodward. Esn,. will shortly move, Is
lobe fitted with a central railway and used I
as an iron house, and w be n operation
by the 1st of September.
-Tub IIui.i.utin ct ample nutlet) of
public improvements and business are
meeting with approbation from our best
The grape crop in the fruit region
above Cairo is immense.
The colored Grant and Wilson club
paraded on Friday. It was a poor blow.
Did't even stir the dust.
Heathen Chinco are invited to Cairo
to lake possession of puppjdom and slab
sided do;;dom, and feast on eanino stow,
dog soup, bark chow-chow, etc , for a
A splendid piano to be rallied for at
II. A. Gannon's store on the 14th Inst.,
ate p. in., belonging to tho Loretto Acad
emy. Tickets, $1 each.
Smith's ice cream saloon, soda foun
tain, confectionary, in Buder's new block,
Washington avenue. Is in full blast.
George, the barber, whosoj main shop
is on Commercial avenue, between Eight
eenth and Nineteenth street, has opened
a branch barber shop on Washington
avenuo, opposito the court house. Ho is a
smooth shave, a good shampooer, a good
joker, has a flnolot of toilet articles, clean
towels, cuts hair in the latest stylo, keeps
sharp razors und scissors, and a clear
conscience. Go and lean hack in that
elegant barber chair and try hlm.
Peter Culil has taken possession of his
John Ohio, a citi.on of Cairo, was
arrested for insanity, nnd taken to Jack
sonville last Monday.
E. F. DavU has commenced building
n brick store on Sixth street, between
Itev, Mr. Coan, roctor of tho Episcn-
t .-.i i. i . r .TV . . .1 .. .. ...nl.. T..1.
pal sjuurcil, leu lucsunj illuming, uuij j
30th, on h viit to his sick father, In New
Fisher, tho supervisor was wrathy
Tuesday last with the local for his truth
ful report of the Radical convention, his i
talking to "negroes" excepted. :
Box oars aro running as far as Gray- '
ville on the C & V. R. R.
Prof. Alvord, of Freeport, III., Is to bo i
the superintendent of tho Cairo ichools.
St. Mary's park is in iatu yno, al
though the money has long since been ap
propriated fur its improvement.
Patrick Malonoy i tho incoming
partner of tho firm of Smith, Torrunco &
Co., boiler makers, ote. Mr. O'Brien re-
Tho Cairo Hub Factory Is soon to bo
The now Methodist church (colored) j
is going up. . "
Cairo has the champion mosquito ,
bill ono and a half inches long.
... . . .. . . i.tn.i .
Thos. liOCWOM, oi uairo, was kuicu i
tho '25th,July whllo working on tho Cairo
& Vincennns railway.
O. lt. Woodward, tho famous Iron
morchnnt will have bis building ready for
occupation In about ten davi.
Complaints roach us from subscribers
orcaslonally; thoy don't Ret tholr papers.
Please notify at tho ofilno promptly.
captured end returned to his old quarters,
by two of the stars.
Olisswaro manufactory Is badly
needed In Cairo, and was strenuously ad
vocated In The Daily Bulletin of Tues
Fred Theobald hai opened a branch I
barber shop, In BUnkenburg's building .
corner of Washington avenuo anu Four- ,
tecnth street, convenient to the post-oOIce,
Ho. has furnished It In good style, and will
personally superintend It. Those desir
ing an easy shave, or hair dressed, aro ad
vised to call at Fred's new shop. It Is
Mr. Theobald's Intention to continue his
down tovn shop as usual, and while he Is
absent at tho post-offlco barber shop, the
Sixth street shop will be under tho charge
ol Gus Hlme. M8tf.
Prof. Krugor will lecture, August
0th, at the German school house, on the
"Future of tho American Schools." The
professor is an ertidlto gentleman, and
will, no doubt, handle his subject with
skill and eloquence. We hope he may
have the pleasure of speaking to a large
audience. The lecturo will be In English
and wo havo no doubt that those who at
tend will be well repaid.
Wm. Eh lor s, at his shop on Twentieth
street, opposite the Court House hotel, is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of overy
style and variety, warranted to give por-
feet satisfaction. He keeps genuine French I
calf nnd gives his customers all ho prom-
If you would !o healthy, wealthy and
wise, indulge In the Liberal Catawba
Wines, which can always bo had, cool and
sparkling, at tho Thalia saloon. tf
THE FUR TRADE.
II. LKYV A CO. TAY TUB HIOUB3T
Below will be found the corrected list
. ,..., , . I
of prices paid by H. Levy & Co., for
hides, furs, feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and all kinds of country produce
t.js,n ,!., stn th.ir .
line, and it'ls a well known (act that they .
always pay the highest prices to bo ob- '
tained In this market, They are now
$2 00a 2 25
0 00 a 7 00
BAVer, per pound
uidb, fir pound:
Iteef Hides, Dry Salt
" 11 Green Salt
27i a 37JI
18 a 'JO
SO a 66
60 a 70
Tallow, par pound
23 a zo I
The above price list Is subjected to cor
rection. HOW TO GO WEST.
This is an enquiry which every one
should have truthfully answered before be
starts on this journey, and a little care
taken in examination of Routes will in
many cases save much trouble, time and
The "I. B. & W. Route," running from
Indianapolis through Blooraington to Bur
llnlnn h .rhlod . snUndid limitation I
r , j .
In the last two years as tho leadine passen-
ircr route to the west. At Burlington it
connects with the great Burlington Route
ru"' u,re" """B-
to Nebraska and Kansas, with close
connections to California and the Terri-
lories; and passengers starting from Cairo
on their way westward, cannot do better
than to take the I. B. & W.and Burlington
This Lino has published a pamphlet
called "How to go West ," which contains
much valuable information; alargocorrec
man of the Great West, which can bo
, - , , ' , .c.
ouiaincu iree oi cuargo oy auurcisiug sue
General Passenger Agent B. ic M. R. R
rlin ;tn In wa
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding bouso, on Sixth
street, near tho post office, the proprie
tress would inform the public that tho
is prepared to accommodate tho public
with first-class board and well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on the most reason
able terms. Ample preparations havo
been made to accommodate an unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronage so
licited. " Mbs. T. N. OArr.VKY.
5 1 -9d t.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
The best, most roliable and cheapest
Pianos and Organs in the market and on
terms to suit the purchaser. Old instru
ments Uken in part payment lor new
, Those wishing to purchase instruments
had better buy of an agent who is ac
quainted with the construction of instru
ments and ono that can bo relied on.
Every instrument warranted for five years.
N. P. Cuivriss, Agent.
1 will sell my brick cottage and two
lots, on corner of Sixth and Walnut streets,
suitable for any family, having seven
finely finished rooms beside tho basement;
gas throughout; two cisterns, and out
houses all complete; fine shrubbery, fruit
i K'"lulro l m' ,n0P on 'xl" ,treet or
at mv residence as above
July 28. tf. Frkd. Tiikoiioi.p.
ICE! ICE 1 1 ICE I II
From Wednesday May 1st, the Ice j
wagon will canvass the city, to continuo i
during the summer months. None hut j
puro northern lake ce will be Uollvored.
Husk, Loo mis, & Co.
H.I.H. Crnthai. It. It., Co. ) I
AOKNT'H OmCK, JL'tY 10, 1872. J ,
I am now prepared to give rates and
sign bills of lading to points on the Miss.
7-17tf. Jamm Johnson, Agent.
IT IS A POLITICAL FACT
a religious fact a moral fact a solen
tlflo fact a fact Indisputable, that P.
BAUPbas on hand, at his popular To
iiacco and Cioar Stokb, tho best brands
of all kinds Tobacco and Cigars.
Fritz Soiiklkr's beer saloon, on Wash-
; ngton avenue, west side, between Ninth
nnd Tenth streets, has become a favorite
placo of resort. His Weiss beer Is alwuys
cool and fresh nnd quenches thirst with
magic quickness. The bar Is also stocked
with tho best brands of whisky nnd brand;
and bis line of wines Is splendid. Fritz Is
a courteous and clover host, nnd deserves
Ti.N llECAtaiw. A hundred reason
might bo gtoen why Lyon' Kathalron
should be used by overy Intelligent human
being In preference to any other preparu
lion for the hair, but ten will sufflce.
i litre they are: ilecauio It nourishes the
fibers, multiplies them and makes them
grow; because it prevents them from
wintering una un-acning; uccause u re
moves thoscurf and dandruffwhlch chokes
them as tares choke the golden grain ; be
causo it keeps the scalp cool and prevents
eruptions; been use it renders the hair as ,
lustrous as satin ; hecnusc It makes It pli
ant nnd elastic; because It is n fragrant
and delightful dressing; becauso it does
not soil tho pillow, the cap or the hat ; be- '
cause It is without a rival in cheapnes
and becauso no other artlclo sold for the
same purpose, in this or any other conn- .
try, possesses nil, or even one-half, of
these Invaluable properties.
Cahtoria Is it scietttlllc vegetable prep
aratton; a perfect substitute for and moro
offoctivo tlian Castor Oil, and Is pleasant
to take. It cleanses tho system in u most
remarkable, manner; 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 nnd exciting mcdicinos
t),o Castoria contains neither Minerals
Morphine nor Alcohol. By Its emolient
soothing effect, it assimilates tho food and
produces natural sleep, particularly adapt
Ing it to crying and toothing children
It cures Stomach Acho, Wind Colic, Con
stipation, Flatulency, Croup and kills '
Worms. Make your druggist send for It ;
ho will always keep it, as evory family i
must havo It. It costsbut thirty five cents. 1
a bottle " G-28W-U
Louis Blatau's saloon deserves tho
popularity into which It has grown. It has
v.rvi,.n,i.m.i. si,,... a t. .
been very handsomely fitted up, and Is so i
comfortable that It It a pleasure to while I
"way a spare hour there. The bar is
,uPP,ied YUlJ H Vn of Rne li(luor "nJ
wines, and with tho best ofr re.h Lager
Boer, and Weiss Beer that in dellriouscnss 1
cannot bo excelled. A lunch, free to ro.vnrnoN- ok tiik hi vkr.
patrons, is spread overy day, and an article T,le ohl ri ver nt tbi I,olnl ' declining
of Sweitzer Choese, the best inthemarkot, I ful- At I'Htsburg tho Monogahola is
Is nlways on hand. Mr. Hlautau invites fallinS- At Cincinnati nnd Louisvillo tho
tho public to give him a call, on Eighth 1 Ohiocontlnucs on a ttendy decline. Cum
street, betwojn Commercial avenue and ' kerland rivcr is still falling. 'I ho fall in
Ohio Levee, opposite tho Pcrrv House, in ' lhc Mississippi continue", nnd but a short
Rir.er's building. 7-2. d tf
Blame kniiuro aiikadI Winesnnd Ci '
gars 1 oldest and choicest, at the EXCEL- 1
SIOR SALOON, opposito the Post Office-
Finest of Liquors, Free Lunches and mu- I
sic every aay. -j.no great J-ioerui ana i
Deraocratic,Greely & Brown drlnke Wkis
Bkkr, is made a specialty, and Fredprldes i
uiu.e. upon keeping me ircsnesi anu
coolest in the ctiy. Lemonades tho cold-
est, mixed drinks and music the finest
Go there. G-27tf
, glass Fruit Jars, Uin top)
d half gallons. $2 per doz.
quarts $1.25 and half g
Genuine "Mason Improved," Fruit Jars,
(glass top, self sealers,) quarts 2, and half
gallons $3 per dozen. Best W. G. (Iron
stone china) plates and teas, CO cents per
set. Fine goblots, only 10 cotiti apiece.
v"our t'"" ,u Pporou,
t.l j. i -r . .
Parsons, Davis & Co. s,
5 and 7 Tenth street
box of Dr
McLean's Liver Pills bear the signature
0f Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., and
, lhelr prlvftte U S, sUmp, ..Tni.0 no
other." Tho market is full of imitations,
lt u the ,)opu,r verdicl Uml peoplo who
I bave bee accuitonle(i t0 tho , of rm.ors
and Cordials arc obliged, eventually, to to
sort to McLean's Livor Pills for permancn
J. J. Anderson Co., gas
I Ohio Lovon, ovor Lonergan &
hftm'' g'ore' do kinds of steam an
gas fitting cheaper than tho cheapest, and
I guarantee perfoct satisfaction in every in
stance. If they do not please thoy will
not charge Givo them a trial. Thoy
know their business perfectly. Remember
tho placo 01, Ohio Leveo. 5-31
Dan. IIahtman has received one of tho
largest stocks of Fruit Jars ever before 1
brought to Cairo, and Is desirous of closing
it out without delay. Ho thcrcforo otters
Mason's Improved Porcelain solf-sealers.
I quarts at $2.00 per dozon; glasswlre tops,
' quarts, at $1.'2S per dozen, and half-gallons
1 at $2.00 por dozen. These aro the cheapest
prices in tho market. tf.
Wm. Eichofk hns purchased tho estab
lishment of EichotT Brothers, in Cairo,
and now proposes to prosecute tho furni
turo manufacturing business with now
vigor, and pledges himself to sell furniture
of every description cheaper than ovor be
fore. Try him. O-'Mtf
Tiik La hum' Pkonunciambnto !
While protesting against nil tho worthless
Denlrlfices now In tho markot, the Ladles
with ono consent, have adopted tho Sozo
D0NT as tho ono thing needful to Inmro
tho integrity of the teeth und a fragrant
Ik you wish to indulge in a dellclou
cigar, patronize P.Saup, Commercial ave
nue. If you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipos, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popula" Tobncco nnd
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vessel Is war
ranted to cook quicker and better than
any vessel in use, for salo at A. Hnlley's
We havo a good supply of. Burnott's
Steam Cooking Vcssols Call and see
them. A. Hai.lkv
Tho largost and best assormonl of Cook
ing RtDvcs In thu market, at Rally's.
Tho American Eplcureaud
Broilers, at A. Hally's. 7
Go to the Thalia for tho test Weiss
beer in town. 5-21dtf
Skirt, Bosom and Dread Bonrds, nt A
linn A inn In ltnt fivnrj sitwl mips fit i
A. Hally's. ' 7-23-dlw.
Fluting Scissors. Irons and -Machines, a
A. uA 7-23.diw.
Table and Pocket Cutlery at A. nuiiy s.
The Palont Hlnlg Fruit Can at Hally's
7-23-dlw . .
Dost and Cheapost wooden IHmip In
the Market, A,Mlly'i.
Stoamer A. J. Baker, Pittsburg.
" Charley Brown, "
" Arkansas Bollo, Evaiisvllle.
" H. M. Hhreve, Shrevoport.
H. O. Yaeger, N. Orleans.
" City of Chester. Memphis.
" .1. S. McDonald, Pittsburg.
" Iron Mountain, Louisville.
" Glcncop, N. Orleans,
" Rover, Cairo.
" W.H. Brown, Louisville.
" Fearless, St. Louis. ,
" Illinois, Columbus. '
" .Mm Fisk, Paducah.
Steamer A.. I. Haker, Baton Rougo.
" Charly Brown, Memphis.
" Arkansas Belle, Evansvilln,
" H. M, Shrove, St. Louis.
" H. C.Yacgor,
" City of Chester, '
" .l.S. McDonald, N. Orleans.
" Nashville, Cincinnati.
" Iron Mountain, St. Louis,
" Glencoe, St. Louis.
" Rover, St. Louis.
" W. H. Brown, St. Louis.
" Fearless, St. Louis,
11 Illinois, Columns.
" Jim Fisk, Paducah.
IIIO ML'MiV f'OAI..
Steamboats supplied nt any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In nny quantity, nnd on usual
terms, nt tho yard nt Grand Tower, Ills
Spocial contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Of.VI'IIAXT,
D. A. Hokek, Gtn'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. .1-1. "-lr.
IIOATS TO LKAVK TO-PAY.
Tho Colorado leaves this evening ut 0
o'clock, for Memphis, Vickburg ami all
Tho snfo nnd elegant packet, Illinois, is
the boat leaving nt 0 this evening for
Evansville, nnd all points on the Ohio
Tho superior nnd fast Grnnd Tower is
uio noai tor si. uouis nnu way points tins
ovenlng, nt 8 o'clock.
Tho fine steamer Nashville, leaves at S
o'clock this morning for Cincinnati.
timo will intorveno before the sandbars
and wrecks will stick their heads nbovo
IIUMNESS ANP WK.VTIIKIt.
Business on tho levco was very sood
Tho weather continues clenr
misckllankou s itkmh.
Tho ijharloy Brown had twontv-llve
barges of coal for Brown & Jones nt Mem.
p.,;,. Tile H. C. Yaeger had a fair load
of railroad iron for St. Louis. The Nash-
villo l,r,w,l,i n irr. .. ,.i,:i..
I frel8ht nnd return to Cincinnati this
I morning. The Iron Mountain left for St.
. T ..!. C I O . m.
j J.UIM3 whii inui uiirges oi coae. sue
Foarless came down after tho balance of
ThoH. M.Shrovo from Shrevoport had
i a fair number of people, but very little
Tho Cairo nnd Mound City tug, Cache,
broke a cylinder yesterday, and the Mon-
tauk mado several trips for her.
Several large towboats with immense
tows ol Pittsburg coal passed down yes
terday, Tho Illinois passed tho City of Chester
under full head way yesterday morning
so wo were informed by passengers who
came up on both boats.
Bargo No. 23 is loaded, und will leave
, in tow of the Mary Alice to-day.
Charles Dezcng, clmMiier on Phillips'
wharfhoat, resigned u few days ago, and
left fur his homo in Missouri.
Captain Phillips won a now lint on the
North Curolinn election.
PHIL. HOWARD ,
City JTittlounl Batik Iliillilluir.
aya-Speclal attention paiJ toonlers Irons simii
boats nitflit or Uav
.SATUItlUY EVKXISd, AllgUtt 0, 1S7-J.
Our report for tho week Includes sales
for six days.
FLOUR. ! 00 bbls. various grades
sold at f 5 to i9.00; 100 bbls. AVie XXX
S7.25 ; 500 bbls. White Wheat, famll $8.75
400 bbls. XXXX $.00; !!00 bbls. XXX
$7.00; 200 bbls. XX $0.25 ; 100 X $H.0O.
HAY. Market bare, 5 ears choice tim
othy sold at $20 00; 2 cars clioico tlmt
thy mixed $18 00.
1 WHITE CORN. 1 1 cars wero sold In
sacks dol, at fiOffOlc. IS cars sold In
1 bulk on thu track a. H)cGlc.
MIXED CORN. 7 cars sold in sncko
del. at 4'Jc5lo; 5 cars told in bulk on
the track at 40c.
OATS. U cars mixed sold nt 37o in
sacks dol. !! cars (ialeiiu sold nt "9u del.
CORN MEAL. 14 cars S. D. sold at
$2 90(g - "5 del.; 1 cars K. 1). at $2 7C ;
200 bbls. Beclier's Caloriu on p t.j 400 bbU
" Evening Star ' City Mills, S. D. 2 00.
BUTTER. 10 pkgs. fold at lticfiiJ'.'c,
CHICKENS. 50 dozen old, sold at 3
to $:l i!5 ; 00 dozen spring Chickens sold
I nt $1 50 to $2 50 according to size.
PROVISIONS. 2,000 lbs. bacon shoul
I dors sold at 0 to7 ; 2,n00 lbs. Clear sides
sold at 9cIOc; 2,000 lbs. Clear Ribbed
sides sold nt 8c(2,8Jo; 5no lbs. sugar cured
canvassed Hams nt 15c17(; fiOO lbs
Hrcakfast Bacon at U.Jcl2o s 1,000
lhs, plain Hams nt 10c(n,12c.
TJ51' Six and one-halt' lbs.
1 Duvant's A Cofteo Sugnv for
Ono Dollar ; Seven lbs. Now
j Orleans Sugar forOne Dollar ;
; three and one-half libs. Prime
, Rio Cofteo, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imporial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun-
powdoi Toil, OllO Dollar lllld
Seventy-flvo Cents per pound ;
. Y Hvson and Oolons Toa,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ov
ory thing proportionately cheap
at WILEY &BIXBY'S.r
O. Hrtnuy wishes tho
public to bo informed that he
has on hand n Stock of Qooda
ns extensive as any in th
.Southwest, nnd that ho is de
termined to soli every article
at prices Lower than, tho Low
est. Call on him to-day nnd
examine gooda and prices. Ho
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
HLadic8, or gentlemen,
desiring a comfortable as well
as a custom made shoe or slip
per, should rail nt tho Oitv
Mr. Mack is nflering rent '
bargains in his line of troods. D0T
which is complete, and that is
why he is doing so good a trade
during tho dull season, while
every body else is complain
ing of dull time?.
A .. I .1 t OTil
iiiiiiiini in-. ...i ...in
. , i
I'lilt .Mill Nil (TIT. METltOPOI.IS, PA- I am.u
IMVAII. IHUMINOIIA.M. cLirroy,
IIASTPOUT. WATERLOO, TPS
unrat .hiii.nson yiu.k ultli
N.V-II VII.I.K mill NORTH.
WESTERN It. It. for
STIIAMKIt I'. W. STItADEIt.
1. II. It AY Master. '
J3erLeat"s Friday, Aiigu-t '-'d, ut 10 am.
For freight or parage apply on board or to
"Mt. .Ia.mk.s llifion. Agent.
m:(il'I..it ( AlltO. PADItCAH EVANS
VILLI: riEMI-WEEKLV 1'. .
Tin I'asl nnil Elegant l'ncnrr Jlfim'r
lACK (iltA.M.MKIt, Matter.
Li. TUO.MA-, t 'lerk.
JTjT Leave Cairo for Paducah and Ktnii
silli', ewry Tlmrday ami Sunday cmuiIiil'.
at II o'clock, connecting . nt Kv:inllle ulili
the I.iui.lllc and Cincinnati packet-., For
IVelvlit or paaire npiily to
,Iami: llp'iiii Pnttigir Ag't.
HLOI'LAIt CAIRd, PAIUVAII EVAXs-,
VII.I.K. SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The line P.icngcr Packet
ARKANSAS BELLE. '
EjTLeaM-s Cairo for Paducah and Evans
lllc! ccry Tuesday ami Friday eeiilii! at 0
o'clock. For freight or pasige applv on
board or to
James Binds l'aent;er Ag't.
ItEOCLAIt CAIRO AND EVANSVILLE
SEMI-WKKKI.Y MaIL LINE PACKET.
The line low pre-Mirc Paw-nirer Packet
W, 11. PENNINGTON... . Mutter.,
3Y"Lcact Cairo ecry Wcdnetday and I
Saturday cwnlni; nt i! o'clock, lor Padm"
and Evaiitille. For freight or paa.tv "l1"
plv on board or to ,
JA.MKs Ulcus l'attcnger Ag t.
CAIUO AND MOUND CITV
Will make three trips daily.
St It -x.iri.
At i-'M p.m.
LrsviNO MOt SO CUT
At S::tu ji.iii.
At l:nn p m.
At fi p.m.
I' . . ....). WBW 0.1 ........ li, 11. but I 'it t' MV
Will Und, h hsn hailed, at nnv Hood intf nnciliate
sretinglor penKPror frs-isrht. nnv llf.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The spltnJhl steamer
Stanley Disown, Capt.
Leaes Ciilro DAILY, (Sunday exceptfd), at
a.m. Kur Irolahtor ia4v applj on boarilor
InnHlf J- HK(H.
NKAV HARNESS SHOP,
i i i i 1 1 v-m n eirTTrnTT
L -C3.0. s)W V
1 1 it - opened a Unmet .shop mi Wa-lilntou i
Avenue, between Tenth and Llewntli
SireetH fur the nurno-e of MAM
FAOVRINO all Kindt of
DOl'HI.K sV SIXCiLK HARXKSS (
llALTKIfs, Dlttlll.K-, Jke.,
Which he keep on tale or will lii.sKe to
order. 111. motto it :-(iood stock, good
work, and ill-tlcc to all men."
All kindt ul rci!ilrliiir done nllli liealne-t
ami di-patcli. ile hlm a trial, .miii will
It lit I lie don't prono-c to ".Stand on a home
.irliitf." align f
WAGON MANUFAOTOHY. I
For Salo nt Wholesale c Retail
COUNKtt il'iD.STUEET AND OHIO I.EVEl
inUltl l. AWltl.K
Henry II .Meyer. William Moiicr.
EXCELS I OK !
JIKVKH & STOXKB,
lloue,!5lan and Slrsmlio.it
IP I IN" T EJ JEif S .
Dcconillns In Oil or Water Colos;- j Kalo.
mining and Paper lla.i iv; ra nliii? and
Marblehm- of every dccrlpilon; Isildiu In
e cry t. le, pl.iln and oiuainental.
Particiilarattcnlloii paid to dlun (iildlliK,
Oidert tollellcd for .scenery, Fresco and
Banner Palutlu. Fancy (ilat,fliov Cards,
(illil, Plain and ornamental.
Call at t lie I shop und examine our work
Old Picture- renewed or copied, fjatlsfac
J3TAH work entruteil to our care will bo
promptly attended to,
Shot) In TIioiuuh'h old stund under the
Perry Uotnse, corner Conuuervlal ave. and
Wll treet. 7-10 tf.
.SJSggJTT .. I SL. -X Jl T
1UU1 WOOD 1 1 WVOJU JI
Tka natlatMaaat! j AsraUst
HARD AND DRY WOOD
I Tin, S
Fancy Ar j
, Slid Mllll
41l't in C
s iIia onl
Kir. I Clal
Am Chmp, U Ml '"P" jfjf