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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1872.
The Fast end F.lesiinl I'Mf nser Steamer
Jack oiummeii, Mnter.
Kit. Thomas, Clerk,
ar lavr Cairo for Paducah nnd Evnn
vlhV, rrty Thursday nnd Sunday evening,
nt n o'clock, connecting at Kvnnsvlllc w lib
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iily on board or to
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CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
PnbllMtloa OBlce, Bulletin MiiIIiIIiir
Will make three trips dally.
II1VISO MOIND C1TT
At 8::to ...ji.m,
At 1:30 ptn.
At n -p.m.
- v. ni . - In lllnla Tnr SI M
Will land, whan hailed. t nnr good Intermediate
andtngfor passengers or freight. novltf.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
Stanley Bnowx, Capt.
Leaes Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at 4
A.m. Kor IreUhlnr passu nppifon bourn or
j A3 mi
DR. .7. 0. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Over M. J. McOaulei's dm
l near corner Commercial avenue am
teenth street. -31tf
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
T1ESIDENCE No. 21 Thirteenth street, be
XV tweea Washington avenue and Walnut strett.
orace lij Commercial avenue, up siairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
TESIDENCE oornerN'mth and Walnut sts
jrjOfhce coiner Mxth street and Ohio levee.
urace noun irom a.m. 10 it m., nna p. in
II. WARDNER, M. D.
nEHIDENCR Corner Nineteenth street nnd
IV Washington avenue, near court house. Of
flee over Aner's Grocery Store, Oltlco Hours Irom
lua. m. to ni. anu irom z ion. in.
It. S. 1IHIGIIAM, M. I
Hoineonathle. Pliiclnniind Surccon. Of
fice l.'W Coiinnerclul iivenne. lteildcnco on
Tenth Mreet three doorowextofC.K. Wood
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
jobs ii. onr.Rivr & co,
Bulletin BuildiDK, corner of 12th
streot and Wasliington avonuo,
All klnda of Dlndlnsand Ruline done at tb
erjr lowest nrloe. Having engaged the rem
cei 01 nr. uuein, wno naa nau man
azperience in one of best Hlnderlea of
to aurierintend this establishment, we can con
fldenfly promise our patron work equal to tin'
or nnv mnuerv in ine west,
Onu Lkysi Cairo, III.
Good wood, half oak nnd poplar, $4,
Mr. Sol clr.cd Mr. Mercury, nnd aont
him up to 110' by ton o'clock, yestordny.
Nell's new building on Eighth street,
will bo occupied by Blum & Ansoin, of
Mound City, clothiers, In a fow dnys.
Tho best flour, and nt low prices ns
can bo found In tho city, nt T. W. Cnr
rlco's, 140 Washington avenue. 8-Odlw
Another fight occurred yesterday in
which a mnn got badly cut about tho
head. A warrnnt Is out for tho porpo
trator. It will bo obsorvod that The Bulle
tin contains dally a report ot tho instruc
tion given by Profor Kirk nt tho Nor
Wo notlco that a mnrblo worltor, of
Owonsboro, Ky., has sent nn agont down
horo to obtain ordors. Our cltir.ons should
encourage homo manufacturlos.
A Cairo girl, wo aro told, lay n wholo
day in bod, and criod when sho was told
that 4,tho other girl," In Saratoga, had flvo
new drosses sent t her weekly.
Tho old mnn who was sent to hospital
on AVcdncsday, named Turner, upon
whotc son .Vcllnlo held an lnijuct, tho
samo day, died yesterday aftornoon.
Why can't somo of tho "trass collar'
wenrors turn to and mako nrtiflclal mum
mies nnd Hindoo idols? They'll ho
wanted in November, nnd would snvo
A will ho seen by council report, tho
St. .Mary's park committco consist of
Messrs. Cunningham, Senso nnd Kurd.
Wo hope as litllo dolny ns possiblo will
occur in carrying out tho improvements.
Thoro will bo an nddrc dolivcrcd nt
1:30 sharp on Sunday evening tho 11th
instnnt, to skeptics, in 11 dels nnd non-
church goors, nt Winter's block Commer
cial avonuo. Subject "What, if Christi
anity bo truo7"
Young hidlos who desiro to ho in
structed in music, or nttend night school,
will do well by calling on Mrs. Fitzgornld,
nt tho Gibson houso cornor of Commercial
avenuo and Fourth streot. 8-0-d3t.
Myors rcquosts us to givo tho names
of tho owners of tho buildings in which
looso fomalcs hang out, ns it will nid him
in tho work of parent ion. His request
hall bo compiled with.
Wo expect thnt tho Arnb fire com
pany will commence tholr now building
within ten days. Mr. lluucnstiuc, archi
tect, Is our authority for tho statement.
It was cortninly supposed it would linvo
been commenced boforo now.
-If tho volvot furred christinnity(l) of
scctnrian soul provendor providors don't
wnko up to somo effective method of re
claiming tho lost nnd wandering, the
" wicked" Bullktix will havo to point
out tho way of regeneration ere
Thoro is nn old broken down poop o'
day shackle-bang concorn on North Pop
lar street, end of tho sidewalk, rented
from to a womnn for $1 per
month ; sho sublets a part of it to tho vic
tims of tho "Social evil" for $1.00 a
month. Myors I
A vory necessary picco ol work is to
bo undortakon for which wo highly com
mend tbo council, in tho filling up of
grndo of tho school liouso grounds on
Thirteenth street. .No moro necessary
picco of work in tho wholo city. Tho
contrnct is to bo completed by tho loth of
Wo call nttontlon to tho card of Dr,
It. S. Brigham, which appears to-dny in
another column. Dr. B. is tho only
Homeopathic Physician In Cairo nnd du
ring tho last throo years hns built up n
largo and lucratlvo practico his rcsi
denco is on Tenth, botwoon Walnut and
Cedar. Office on Commercial avonuo, No,
130, between Kighth nnd Ninth streets.
Tlio present weather indications wo
think nnd venture to prognosticate, point
to another spoil of excess! vo heal and dry
ncss, until tho lnttcr end of tho month, or
until tho accumulated bent of tho atmos
phoro Is compelled tho find vent in clcc
trio uiscnurgos, uui inoro was tin unex
pected and grateful shower yostcrdny uf-
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Commorcial-ave.,
In Southern Illinois, nor surpassed in any
other; this ought to bo borne In mind.
A llttlo reciprocal scratching would bo
entirely in order In this regard. It's a
poorrulo thnt won't work both wny.s
Wednesday night our attention was
directed to colostlal phenomena, It was
perfectly calm, but n great many "shoot
ing stars" shot athwart tho ccrculcan bluo J
among them was a small meteor, leaving
for a momont ft brilliant trail of light be
hind. It Is not often wo Indulge in sonti
mont; but ns constollation after constella
tion sunk beneath tho horizon, reflections
enmo thick nnd fast. What, if this other
subtlof thnn electric fluid porvadlng nil
space, bo tho ngont or medium communi
cation throughout tho universe, tho
slightest vibintlon of n finger, tho echo of
n whisper, tho Impression of a thought of
five, ton, twenty years ngo, nnd still on Its
travels through infinite space to tho
worlds of glory nnd tholr inhabitants, con
veying Impressionablo wnves? Hero, wo
lean over tho vorgo of tho Infinite, longing
to grasp Us mystorlos, lost in tho profund
ities of immensity.
A trilling " onplcasnntness " look
plnco this morning a little boforo noon, in
John Curran's saloon on Fourth streot be
twoon two colored women. Thoy com
menced quarrelling about something,
whnt, wo did not lenrn, until ono of them
named Martha Brown, went artistically to
work with n knlfo, the hlndo of which
measured eighth inches in length, nnd
cut nnd 'slashed her opponent, Patsy
l'obinson In n shocking manner. Be
tween tho hours of twclvo nnd ono, wo
saw tho half murdered womnn sitting on
tho sidewalk on Washington avenue, her
npron and dress drenched In blood from
her wounds, another colored woman
wasnttonding to hor staunching tho blood
nnd binding up tho gashes, which ap
peared to bo princlpnljy in tho hoad nnd
nrm tho latter, n tcrriblo gash from tho
right wrist nenrly to tho bond of thu arm,
nnd two ilngors of hor right hand nearly
cut of. A big crowd wns gathered around
thorn ; and llnnlly, sho wns aided to her
rcsidonco, somowhero in tho neighbor
hood of Fourteenth or Fifteenth street.
After n long and pereovoring search, Mnr
tin nnd Whitcnmp succeeded in llnding
the savage Martha, nnd committed her to
the cnlabooso to nwnit her trial this mor
ning. Afternoon session in Squiro Shnn-
nossy's nrenn, two candidates for oxorclso
of his honor's adjudication wcro presented
Geo. Williams had tnrried too long at
thu social glass, nnd tho bee in his bonnet
stung him so bad .that ho indulged in
tricks thnt wcro vnin." Tho beo and tho
trkks woro valued nt SI. and costs. Nnrv
red had Goorgo, nnd to tho sweat box
was ho persuaded to go for n term of six
A bowildcrcd wanderer from Padu"
enh, Charles Cahill, went on n search for
n straight plain drunk, which cost .him
$0 50 in nil, which ho handed over with a
sigh nnd it cuss.
GREEN 4; GILBERT,
William U Gilbert,
Hilea F. Gilbert,
Vflpecia. attantien given to Admiralty and
07FICI OUI0 LKVXC, BOOMS 7 AND 8 OVKB
CITT HATIONAL HANK
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
daa Fitter's and I'lumber material. Wood
pumps, globe, and angle valvss, atop
cocks, olieck vaIrea,to.
suo Aoiir roa
Tlifia Bfatkaraj Psitcnt Ilrjr ilaaMelfr
A4 Marabous. Wells A Co' Automatic Watei
' iMtMter Hid Bupply Valve for steam boiler.
Chief Myers snys ho only wants tho
voicoof the pooplo expressed through Tins
Uui.LKTlN'a columns, nnd backing, nnd ho
will mako a clonm swcop of tho "social
evil." Tho work Is now going to bo dono
thoroughly. Whilst tho "goddess" Bul
lktin hns been urging on this matter for
wcoks, with sensible effect, too, tho lovoo
luminary mnn bus never said so much ns
It may not bo known to many of ouf
readers what n delicious vegetable tho egg
plant is when properly cooked. Wo givo
the receipt for tho nencllt of thoso who
have not tried it: Peel and slico modcr-
ntoly thick, mix up n batter of milk and
Hour, nnd dip tho slices ; then fry thorn
with a litllo butter over n slow Are. Try
it, nnd if you don't pronounco them deli
cious and hculthful, may wo bo fried bv
Sir. Smith, confectioner, in Budor's
now brick building, Washington avenue,
has ono of tho best nnd coolest Ico cream
saloons in tho city, elegantly lilted up, nnd
whore you can nleo partnko of tho choic
est bon-bons, cakes, pies, etc.,
baked by himself. Ho hns a lino now
oven in tko, rear, and everything is sent
pulously clean nnd tidy. In addition to
this ho has u splendid soda fountain, eyr
upi of ull descriptions, and his obliging,
all'ablo deportment, is all that can bu de
sirod by tho most fastidious. Tho estnb
llshmont Ii flrtt-clius 8.otfd
iiusiness men of Cuiro should recol
lect thnt Tiik Bulletin is tholr bent
friend, Irrespective of politics: not a day
passes but somo local statistics Important
to them nnd of Intorest to tho public at
inrgo, appears in Its columns. Somo of
these statistical items aro copied by city
papers in various parts of tho state. Pur-
haps, It never occurred to many, that tholr
business Interests aro thus enhancod, nnd
tho loast that thoy can do In return Is to
get thnlr job printing and advcrtlslm?
done at tho ofllce which grntluoualy inputs
them, Our job printing cannot hoemmlled
HOW IT WORKS.
iVH operations on sidowalks and cross
ings, except such as aro absolutely ncces
snry for tho safety of pedestrians, nro to bo
stopped, ns there Is no money in tho troas
ury belonging to tho general fund. This
U not nt nil surprising, considering tho
stealings that havo been dono nnd of which
not a word was said by tho city fathers nt
tho Inst meeting. Just as wo predicted,
furthermore, Miss Augusta Schick seeks
damages to tho amount of threo hundred
dollars for n broken leg by falling through
tho eidowalk. Then, again, look nt tho
small-pox business. Had prompt mens
tiros boon taken at tho outbreak of tho dis-
onse, claims of six porsons at $3 'per dny
for watching small-pox houses, amounting
to 213 would havo been saved. Surely,
wo havo nn economical municipal govern
ment. Stealings, bad management, and
damages during tho presont year may
safely ho sot down nt between $700 nnd
WALT KUS A: CO., LUMBKlt MKR
on Commercial avonuo inform us that
their local and shipping trado during tiio
past year, havo umountod to ono million
nnd it half feet of lumbor, nt prices rang
ing from ?'20 to SGO por thousand foot, nl-
so about 000,000 feet of lathing nnd tho
sumo of shingles, and that thoy now havo
on hand in tho yard, nonrly 500,000 feet of
lumbor ofjall kinds, bostdos shingles and
laths. Inking tho averago price per M
at $30, which is $5 bolow avorago retail
price, tho gross rccoipts for lumbor woul
amount to $-15,000. Tho half million of
fclilngles nt tho medium Ilguro of ?t,00 por
M. gives $2,000 and tho samo quantity of
lathing at tho nvorago, oven of $4 per M
which is under rotail prico gives n gross
receipt of S'J.000 also. Total gross rocuipts
for tho year, SIH.OOO.OO I This Is certainly
a pretty good exhibit for ono linn, wo
shall go on until wo get nil tho returns
thnt our merchants and dealors fcol dis
posed to render us. Wo trust that our
exertions In this lino will bo rcutombcred
THE PLEASURE EXCURSION OF (
To W. H. Morris, Esq.,- who was a
participator in tho excursion, wo aro in
debted for tho following particulars','
About ono hundred and fifty persons woro
on the T. F. Eckort, under tho command
of Capt. Kolley, and loft the wharf at
Cairo about 0 a.m. Thoy arrived nt
Paducah about 3 p.m. Prof. Elsonborg's
string band furnishod tho music
for tho dancers, which wns
rondorod in good stylo to tho
satlsfnctlon of nil ; tho Cairo Silver Cornet
Band also accompanied tho party, en
livening tho occasion with tholr delight
ful strains of harmony. On nrrivlng at
Paducah, many of tho company engaged
carriages and went about tho town on it
tour of discover)', but nothing remarks
bio rewarded their diligent search In that
ancient village. Besides dancing thcro
woro othor soclnl games to di
versify the ploncuros of tho
trip. Among thoso conspicuous on
bonrd woro Messrs. Woodwnrd, Hum
bloton, W. A. Rodman. As for tho In
dies thoy nppearcd to bo delighted with
tho trip, nnd woro always ready to join In
a trip "on tho light fantnstlo too." About
7 p. m. tho boat stnrtcd on tho return
nnd nrrlved nt Cairo about 12, with all on
board safe, sound nnd happy, thoroughly
convinced that the excursion had boon nn
cnjoynblo all'alrof tho highest character.
Tho hours of attendance havo bcon
changed at tho Normal school. A contin
ued sessosion is now to bo hold from 0
a.m., to 2:15 p.m., with n recess of fifteen
minutes at noon. This bolng the enso wo
woro unable to presont n synopsis of tho
Instructions yesterday. Thoro wcro twenty-two
teachers presont, and tho subjocts
treated in tho morning session wcro :
General Instructions, Zoology, nnd Nat
In tho aftornoon: Botany and Physi
A FKW I'EItTINF.NT INOl'llill A.NII I'O.M-
MK.NTK Iir MARTHA.
Kditok Bui.lktix : I have kont silence
for Kiniu time na-t In tho hone that the ladles
of Cairo would lend a favorable ear to my
appeals In behalf ol tho-u unfortunates who
have forsaken tho nathi of virtue. In pas
lug. I may remark, that you can hcarcvly
plck up n public paper hut wt read in It "an
other unfortunate takes her life ;"' ami the-o
poor creatures are oltcntlmct from the well
to do rank of society, varylngfrom the age-
d 17 uiiwnnK the heart sicken over
the-e and like recitals anil vet we. the In-
llt-s ol Cairo, well aware that res it ni: in
Cairo are girls of looo character, not as yet
irreciaimatiie, were mu n migcr ueiii out to
bck on them hack to the highwav of virtue.
otnu at least would gratelully accent the
As for the uncalled nmert Input re
marks of the editor of the evening 'Sun,'
about Martha's "scribbling," he, a conduc
tor ofn journal, a professor or Christianity,
a man who boasts of reform and moralltv,
has never, to my knowledge, as much ii
lllled a linger or written a line In defense of
cither, or put in a plea forthe inl-cralile and
deluded, lie seeks, tjosldc-, to IdentllV me
with other cnrrcMiondents of Tiik IIii'i.i.h-
tin, and hits the mark with about the same
accuracy as me man wno nil-took lib neigh
bor's horso for a butlalo, and shot it.
Hilt 1 would like lust here lo hum re. are
the police taking the most cllleaeious meth
ods to suppress houses of ill-fame The ques
tion conies with double forcu Just now, as it
appears from what I can gather that they
arc very bu-lly engaged In" hauling tho In
mates of these houses up before the magis
As I havo before remarked, there appears
something not altogether as clear as it ought
to be. Are the police engaged in making a
hank of thlsdlrty liuinesr Aro thoy, o long
as they get their fees, contented to let the
tines slide, to the injury of thu public linan-cps-
Or. are they collected or the penalties
enforced in default: These are only inimrles,
Women, too, however degraded, have
rights as well as the most virtuous. The
heavv hand of ust ec Is at unon tho err hi"
glii, but where are the guilty, tempting par
amours!' How is It they always, or nearly al
ways escape tho scourge of justice i Once In
a while we find tho name of r-oine stranger
caught In the toll-, us a sort ol scape goat a
make believe of vigilance and Impartiality.
How conies it that the opnortunltv Is af
forded for the escape of the youth", from
whoso abundant resources such places as
Windsor Castle, and llio Fifth street notori
ous bagnio are kept llpV That is a question
that tho consciences of those who mako the
seizures must answer. Is there any black
mailing any Im-h money in these cases?
In my opinion, if tlie police are In earnest,
not only should the proprietor of tho build
ings who rent them for lewd purposes be
punished, ;iiut the male habitues, who are
let off or manage in somo way. liko snakes,
to hide In the grass, nt the expense of these
girls, be made tho victims of it righteous
onslaught. And 1 will now jut clo-e thpso
remarks by observing, that as long as vile
literature and vice flourish In our midt
without any practical rebuke on the part of
cmirciiPh ami religious societies then
long wo shall have to bear tho responsibility
and reproach, and stand self-convicted anil
seir-condeinned. We practically Insult the
spirit of the religion we profess to believe
In and inculcate, by the defiant interroga
tory, "Am 1 my brother's keeper)1"
Stcamor James Howard, Now Orleans.
Katio 1'. Kounlz, Bt ..Louis.
P. W. Strador, Tonn. river.
Charley Brown, St. Kouis.
R. C. Gray, Cincinnati.
R. A. Babbngc, St. Louis.
Tom Jasper, St. Louis.
Jim Fisk, jr., Paducah.
Goo. O. Wolll', St. Louis.
Steamer James Howard, St. Louis.
" Katio P. KounU, Red river.
" P. W. Strador, St. Louis.
" Quickstop, Evansvlllo.
" Oliarloy llrown, Lotiisvlllo.
" R. C. Gray, Memphis.
" R. A. Dnbbago, Cincinnati.
" Tom Jaspor, Now Orleans.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, jr., Paducah.
" Goo. O. Wolff, Red river.
" Julia, SI. Louis,
1110 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with cither lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
tortus, nt thu yard nt Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on fnvorablo
terms upon application.
H. V. Olypiiant,
' I). A. Bokek, Gcn'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
IIOATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tho olognnt stonmor Hollo St. Louis is
tho regular Anchor Lino boat, leaving nt
0 o'clock tlili ovcnlng, for Memphis, Vicks
burg nnd all way points. Tho lino pnsson
gcr pnekot Arlington, leaves at threo p.m.
for all points on tho Ohio rivor. Tho
splendid and swift City of Chester is tho
Anchor Lino boat, leaving at 8 o'clock
this evening, for St. Louis nnd nil wny
points. Tho comfortnblo passongcr boat
Arkansas Bollo, leaves at 0 o'clock p.m.
for Evansvlllo nnd all wny landings. Tho
neat Jim Fisk is tho daily packet, leaving
at 4 j p.m., for Paducah and way landings.
CONDITION OF THE 1IIVEHS.
Horo tho river is declining nt tho rnto
of ten inches n day. The steady decline In
the Ohio Is getting tho channel reduced to
a low stngo and light draft boats will soon
begin' running ngnln. Cumberland and
Tennessee rivers aro steadily falling. Tho
dcclino in tho Mississippi continues nnd
soon tho channel will bo troublesome.
IIUSINESS AND WEATAKlt.
Thcro wns n fair amount of freight
handled yesterday, nnd business wns very
During the forenoon yesterday It was
oppressively hot, but after dinner there
wcro soveral dashes of rain, which
cooled tho atmosphere lo n pleasant degree.
The James Howard on her arrival nt
St. Louis, will lay up for short timo to bo
repainted and havo her engines
lined. No repairs will bo mndo to her
hull as it is in splendid condition. Du
ring tho timo tho Howard hns been run
ning, which is 18 months, she has mndo 21
trips to Now Orleans, and only ono of them
has proved profitless, and that was caused
by getting a ground. Tho P. W. Strndcr
from tho Tennessee rivor had a good trip
and added 50 tons pig iron, and a lot oi
wheat for St. Louis. She is tho largest
boat thnt has beon up Tonncssco river
since the government fleet, it created a
great deal of excitement among tha natives.
Tho Kountz had only a medium trip for
Red river. Sho laid horo somctimo taking
freight for points on tho Mississippi.
Tho Gcorgo O. Wolff, tho now purchaso
of tho Carter Red river line, is a boat well
suited for tho trado. Sho has a neat
cabin, runs well nnd will carry n good
Tho crow of tho steamer II. M. Shrovo
nro on hor.
Tho Chnrley Brown nnd Babbngo had
tews of iron oro for tho Ohio river.
Hnrry Smith, n well known pilot, de
parted from tho pnths of celibacy nnd was
cntonntcd in tbo holy links of matrimony
to .Miss Josophino Malion, of St. Louis, at
tho Delmonico hotol in this city August
Tho Quickstep nrrlved early yes
terday morning with a fair trip of fruiglit
Tho excursion on tho Eckort AVednes
day was a highly cnioyablo affair. Noth
ing occurred to mar tho pleasures of tho
day nnd everything went merry as a mnr
Capt. Gus. Fowler, ol Kv.uisville, was in
Of consumption, at hor re6idonco on
Ninth streot, botwoon Wulnut nnd Cedar
streets, at half-past twolvo o'clock, Thurs
day morning, Martini A. Cundill", wlfo of
Mr. R, J. Cuudlir, of this city, nged 42
years. Tho funcrnl will tako placo to
day nt 12:30. Friends of tho family aro
respectfully invited to nttend tho funornl.
Tho trnln will lenvo Eighth streot at 2 p
m., shurp for Villa Ridgo, and frlonds
will bo taken freo. Funoral services at
thi M. E, Church. Mrs. OundilTwns a
member of tho Christian church ; sho wns
sick nbuutonu yenr, nnd borohor affliction
with patlonco and fortitude Sho died In
full oxorelio of faith and hope, and Isdcop ft
....ucueu Uf u inrgo circle or relatives and
Justice Shanncssy had a slim nttendanco
of ono, yestorday morning. Tho victim
was named Gcorgo (somebody.) Ho
was ovldontly not a hardened case, nnd
had been ovortnkon by too much of the
"Joyful." Ho had a ticket for Chicago,
and was leniently dismissed by his honor
Proposals will bo receivod by either of
tho undersigned, until Monday August
12th, for six hundred cubic yards of
"earth filling " (moro or less) nt public
school building, cornor of Thirtoonth and
Walnut stroots. Tho work will bo glvon
to tho lowest responsiblo bidder, and to bo
completed on or boforo tho 15th dny of
D. Hurd, 1
M. B.Hnrroll, School Directors.
J. B. Phillis, J
ATTENTION, MEMBERS OF
Thoro will bo a mooting of the mombors
of tho lllsmacck Bund to-night, at half
pnst 8 o'clock, at Philharmolc hall. All
thoso that would liko to become members
of tho said Bismarck Bund, aro roquestod
H. Mykus, Prcsldont.
John W. Pbuess, Socrctary.
Somo of tho most beautiful sots of
jewelry nro now being manufacturing by
Messrs. Tabors Bros., conslsltlng of
Amethyst, Coral, Stone'Cameo, Topaz,
Oarnel and f7oW, which will bo offered to
tho admlrors of such work in a fow days.
If any of our roadors doubt tholr hoing
made in Cairo, or havo nny dosiro to soo
such work dono, just let them step into
128, Commercial Avenue,' and see tho busy
ilngors bending and shaping tho lovely
forms into ornaments that would honor
tho gnycit dressed ladios of Broadway.
A pup hound, tho ownor can And him
out by paying tho Insortlon feoi at this
City .'n!l'.!!Jil Ulilili BllllillllK.
asJ3peclAl atiuutiun paid to orders Irom stenm
oats night or day
Wm. Ehlors, at hlsshopon Twentieth
street, opposito tho Court Houeo hotol, is
manufacturing boots nnd shoes, of ovory
stylo and vnricty, warrnnted to givo per
fect satisfaction. He keops gonuino Fronch
calf nnd glvos his customors nil ho prom-
I will Foil my brick cottngo nnd two
lots, on cornor of Sixth nnd Wnlnut streets,
suitnblo for nny family, having seven
ilnoly flnlshod rooms besido thobnsomont;
gas throughout', two clstorns, nnd out
houses nil complete; lino shrubbery, fruit
Enquiro at my shop on Sixth street, or
at my rcsidonco ns abovo
July 28. tf. FiiED, Tiikoiiold.
Georgo, tho barber, whoso main shop
is on Commercial avenuo, between Eight
eenth and Nineteenth stroot, has oponcd
a branch bnrbor shop on Washington
nvcnuo, opposito tho court houso. Ho is a
smooth shavo, a good shampooer, a good
jokor, has a flno lot of toilet articles, clean
towols, cuts hair in tho latost stylo, keops
sharp razors and scissors, and a clear
conscience. Go and loan back in thnt
elegant bnrbor chair and try him,
A victim of early Indiscretion, rnuslug nervous
debility, premature decay, etc, having tried In
vain every advertised remedy, lias discovered
simple means of seir-cure, which ho will send
fiee to his fellow sutterers, J, II, Hep es, No', 70
reel, New York, v
Our Homo Advcrtisora.
Our Homo Advortinors.
COHHIMMION AND FOBWABDINU.
KF.TAIL AND I'MiSCMMPTIOX
Cor, WHtilns;tiii Av. iiuil Kllchlli Ml.,
:f tr Xj ii -sr opbked.
Where we will keep
A C O M I L K T E S T 0 C K
FANCY AND TOII.KT AKTK'I.US
SICK-HOOM AND Nl'IWKKY AI'I'LI ANCKH, it;
I C B COLD:
Our Pure SPARKLING M)DA WATER
fiEXUrXE FliL'IT RYRUI'S
Can not be excelled We al-o draw the
B h V K h I C K V A T K ! S .
Al-o, n choice lot of Cigars, ol extra qual
ity, sold at reasonable price-. Our
PRUSCMtl FT I OX D EFAJ1T.M EXT
Will receive pspeelnl attention and care,
being at ull hours In charge nl' competent
and careful iiartle.. Prescriptions earelully
compounded at all hours day or night.
NONE I HIT THE PUREST AND REST
HTOVfJS), TINWAKi:, KT',
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, liny, etc.,
AGENTS Fon FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Leyce, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers Tulle
Ware, Coal Hods, KirtHliovels, Aft dates,
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avonuo,
arKooflnR, Guttering, nnd all kinds ofo
work done at shortest notice. lebtdtf
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Huccesiors to R. II. UendrlCiis A Co,)
Forwarding and Commission
VrS Liberal Advancements made c2J
jjaB upon Consignments. sSff
Are preparrd to receive, store and lorwanl
frcUlits to all olnts and buy and
sell nn commission,
Jfsrllnslness ailended to promptly;
. PHIL SAUP,
(Successor to P. Baup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
102 Commercial Avenue,
.. D. MATIIUSS.. K. C.UIII,
MATHUSS & UHL,
Commissi on k n c h ants
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NO. US OHIO i.kvki:.
ST.UATTON St itIHI),
(Hnore.Oi-s loHtrslton, llud.on.V Clark,)
57 Ohio Lcvco, Cairo, Illinois
CLOSE & VINCENT,
DEALEES I3ST XiI2wIE'
Cement, Plastek Pakis,
1' L A S T E K E R'S II A I It,
Corner r.lftitli htrfH-t nail Ohle I.vp
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. M. Williams, .Ias. Kinsley,
IMn of VirksbuiK. Miss. I.sle ot Cln'tl, J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
PECIAL RAILROAD, StEA.MROAT AND
fOItWAHDINn AND COMMISSION .
65, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN U. FIILL1S & SON,
(S-uccejfors to John II. I'lillb.,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
GENER AL AGENTS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MRU (1 II A NTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
OHIO lUVEIl AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,