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LOCALS OP THE WEEtf.
Are you going to Mm hall 7
OvEiicoATH wIll toon bo in demand. i
Drivk well aro hocomlng popular.
cisterns In .town aro getting
Taerk is' fcboul $31,000 of city icrip
out. fi '
Tim now custom houso In Hits city 1
The wcailfor is dollghlful, " barrin"
tho duit. "
"Vk nro anxiously nwaiting tho reign of
tho rain. .
Loth of fruit In town, especially water
melons. , M
Burolars infested tho city tho past
Grand opening at Blum ic Anson's lo-morrow.PK---
Wood it Giikk.n's now mill Is being
Kvkkviiodv should go to tho Tumor's
ball, to-morrow night.
The now map of Cairo can ho hccn nt
The Bulletin ofllco.
The Republican Wigwam lonltn llkn u
dilapidated old barn.
Monday, great opening day of Blum ii.
Amson Dry goods houso.
it em em n eh tho grand opening of tho
now dry goods storo to-morrow.
The city treasurer's salary has been
reduced from $100 to $"f a month.
Dan Munn is resphlh) for the
leal victory In Vermont. Oh I Dim '
BSik or eight
or ten Cairo couplet or t
fd matrimony shortly. !
Blum. i& Ammjn make a grand display
of dry goods on 8th street on Monday.
The Cairo Presbytery, now In session
in this city, includes fifty-six churches.
The Cairo Presbytery held its opening ' campaign woro handled by Col. Martin in
session In this city Thursday night last, j a forciblo manner, and that his arguments
TL'UNEK'HlaVscWs"Hall, come ' ll0mB VCry tlmc-WM, Provcd b'
evorvbodv, both great and small, to-mor- 0,0 frc'lent and hearty applause of tho
row night. " ',crowd-
A largo crowd i77xpecled at Schcel s T,,E I)u -lloin fftir wI" Pn on Mon
Hall to-morrow night to attend tho Tur-' lny next Bml continue five days. The
ner's ball, preparations aro complcto for tho accorn-
, ; ; . , I modation ol all exhibitors and visitors.
.,.iu. uu wrn.iuuj.L-iiiuguu; oi
Ulum Jc Amso.v at their new storo an 6th
Ra.vki.v, formerly of Cairo U to
superintend tho erection of tho new cut-,
torn houso at Chicago. j
The Paducah and Elizahelhlown rail-
road is to be extended to Cairo and length-
oned out to Louisville.
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The ladies are spec.ally mv.teJ to see
tho grand display of new goods to-mor-
row at Blum it Amson.
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Everybody Is invited o the grand open-1
nglnNetr, new building on Mb street
to-morrow, (Monday., Blum A Am,on.
The new choir of the German Catholiu
church, undo tho leadership of Mr.Schles
Inger, with Prof. Ktsentmrg at tho nrgmi,
will make their debut this ovenlng.
Captain Gladstone, a resident for
short time of this city, has fallen heir, by
tho death of an undo in New York
to $130,000 in cash and real estate.
We would again urge thoo in need of i
job printing to givo us a call, and exam-
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atMrPeCWni"lJ0L "T I
lately. Wo do work a, cheap and I
good as can bo dono any win re.
We aro glad to announce that Mr. Su-
sanka's little boy Is pronounced out of
danger, and is rapidly gotting well. The
little fellow boars hH Injuries manfully, 1
and .will soon bo lively as over.
Wf. woro surprised in our sanctum, on I
Friday evening, by tho benign counte-1
nanco of yur old friend Berry, of the Du '
Quoin 'Tribune.' Mr. Berry is attending
tho Synod of tho Cairo Prosbytory, which
is in session in this city. :
The C. & V. railroad aro throwing up '
embankments preparatory to tho building '
of tho machine shops of tho road. The '
shops aro located about a mllo above the ,
city, on tho lino of the U. o: V. road, and
work on thorn will soon bo commonced.
Mk. Mocklor's house, on Poplar be
tween Seventeenth nnd Eighteenth streets
is advertised for rpnt. It is ono of tho
best houses in town, In 11 good locality
and vory convenient. Wo advise any ono
wanting a good houso at rca?onablo rent to
go and ace it.
Mr. J. M. Moskovitz has just returned
from a trip to tho East, where ho has pur
chased an entirely now and full lino of fall
and wintor goods, of tho latost styles, in
cluding Boots, Shoes, Gents' furnishing
goods, Hats, Caps, &c, &c. Ho rospect-1
fully solicits his friends and customors to 1
givo him a call. O-lG-d&wlw. .
A little son of AlborHusanKu, oged
about six ydars was soridtisly injured by
tho running away of tho browoy team on
Tuesday last. Tho horses dabbed among
tho children of tho Catholic school, who
woro playing in tho streot. Mr. Susanka's
boy was dashed by tho oft' horso against
tho sidewalk in such a mannor as to crush
his oar and nearly sovor it from tho head,
Tho child sufl'orod severely and was only
pronounced but 6f danger on Friday last.
The Illinois Contral railroad proposo'
to remove tho track of thoir road from
inside tho plank road and locato it near
tho brow of the levoo, loaving a road-way
for teams botween tho track nnd tho sido
walk, If tho city will conson't to pay for
tho ballasting the work will require, which
will cost about $2,600, Tho city should
accept the offer. Compared to the coit,
the benefit to Cairo wllL bo Incalculable
TiiKoponlng of the Delmonlo Baloon
yesterday morning by Messrs. Parker &
10 o'clock a gfafid'rroV'juncu was spread,
to wblohijeyeryodyi was Invited. To
thoso who wish to ipond n quiot hour nt a
social gimfeoficardi,' ("op those desirous of
gotting a glass ofjwedlquor, or fresh and
boon dreaming that ho drow tho big prize
in tho Louisville lottery. Soven hundred
thousand dollars In.promiutns for a horso
racel Whowl It makes one shako to
think of it. It should hnvo bec'n soven
hundred dollars. "Wo hopo this explana
tion will bo satisfactory to all.
Messrs. Button. A Co., of Watorford,
N. Y., wroto to M. J McOaulloy, undor
dato of ihe Uth Inst., that tho cngino for
Delta city fire company will bo shipped
on the 26th Inst. It will arrlvo about tho
1st proqlrno, whon our eitizons will bo in
vited to inspect tho handsomest, complctcst
and best flro engine in tho city.
A aiUND union barhkcuk undor tho
auspices of both parties will bo given on
tho20lh Instant (noxt Friday) at tho Hem
mick school house, in Gooso Island Pre
cinct. Joint discuissions will bo hold be
tween Hons. W. J. Allen and D. T. Lino
gar, and Hon. II. W. AVobb and 1.
H. Pope, Esq., besides other
able speakors, representing tho two great
political partios in this section. A good
liroo is anticipated, and overybody Is in
vited to bo prosent, as ample provisions
have bcon mado to accommodate all who
The Tenth Annual Anniversary of tho
Cairo Tumor Society will tako placo to
morrow afternoon and ovenlng, and prom
ises to bo a grand affair. Tho oxercle
will commence at 4 o'clock with a grand
fencing tournament, aflor which thero
will ho gymnastic and acrobatic enter
tainments. In tho ovoning, at 8
o'clock, Prof. Krugor, tho eloquent Ger
man orator, will deliver an address, after
1 which thcro will bo a crand display of
fireworks. Tho wholo will concludo with
a grand ball. Refreshments, both solid
and fluid, will bo provided In abundance,
and a good time generally is anticipated.
The Liberal meeting in this city on
last Thursday evening, addressed by Col.
Martin, of Paducah, numbered about
thousand of tho most intelligent and n
spected citizens pf the city. Col. Martin
commenced speaking shortly aftor eight
o'clock and continued until nearly ten, do
I livoring a speech which held tho uninter
rupted attention of tho audience from the'
beginning to the close. Tho issues of the
Thor j, .I,,...!.-, sllm,lr flP w.lnr
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both for man and beast. The premiums
otlured are tho most liberal ever presented
to exhibitors by any district fair in this
part of tho state. Thero will bo trotting
or pacing every day during tho fair. Tho
big races will occur on Thursday and Frl-
d-v' lhe Premiu,n ot wllicl1 wi amount
10 K7Pt'n should attend this
fair cn ma$t, as It is ono of our valued
Southcrn ,,, cntorprUeS.
Mk. Ira B. Miller of Villa Ridge, has
sold the present season, twenty thousand
d, 0'f U0
yloid of two acre, of land. The gross re-l
cci ffom t(0 trafflc $ Th(j
expenses lor hauling, boxing, expressage
etc., were 817, lprvinc thn not roroipti
; $1,00.1. Mr. Miller cultivated strawber
ries on tho same two ucros and counts up
, tho proceeds of tbcscasou at $250 an acre,
clear profit. A little figuring will show
i that Mr. Miller has cleared $1,500 o If tho
I two acres of land the past season, n fact
which from tno soil of Egypt to bo un-
equaled in fertility and richness.
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It must bo borne In mind that tho Tur-
"or's give a grand entertainment, day and
ovcf)i 0 bMonJ ,ho ,Cth jn'st
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thoallair will be a success wo aro assured
u.v glancing over tho names of tho gcntle-
mori comprising tho diU'erent committees.
Tiny aro ns follows :
COMMITTEE OF AMRANOEMENT,
Wm. Budcr, W. Alba, W. Schick, C.
FLOOR AND RECEPTION COMMITTEE,
John Pruess, Wm. J. Kuchenheckor, J.
Burger, Harry Walker, Carl L. Thomas.
Paul G. Schuh, Chas. Mchnor, August
Marquard, Thos. Vorvors, F. Korsmoyer.
R. V. Belzuer, R. Hcbsackor.
Wm. Schick, E. Budor, Jacob Kloe, A.
Jaeckcl, John Koehlor, John Sackborger,
John Johnson, Henry Walbaum.
F, Gehrig, C. Feuchtor, J. Sackbcrgor
Henry Walbaum, Gus Under, Ch. Budor,
W. Schick, AV111. Budcr, Wm. Alba, R.
V. Belzuer, '
TEN PIN ALLEV
Adam Purruckor, Honry Dunker.
1 ' LOCAL PERSONALS.
Col. S. Staats Taylor left for Now
Yrk city Friday.;
Mr. E, H. Mannrd, editor of tho
'Rural South Land,' nn agricultural papor
of New Orleans, is now in tho city.
Wo seo tho names of H. II. Candoo
and wife among the arrivals atKuhn's ho
tol, Chicago, last woek.
Mr. C. R. Woodward is having his
storo nowly. painted.
Ellen Johnson (colored) spoiled Jailor
McIIalo's face a few days ago.
S. Walters intends to build a planiug
mill on the lots 011 which B. S, Uarrell's
fumfturo storo formerly stood,
, MUs Molllo Browu, for indulging In i too'
much bad whisky and boing disorderly,
was arrostod by Officer Martin and taken
buforo Justice Uroesj who sent her to tho
city Jail for ton days. Tho samo officer
alo nrrestod a young man, a
youthful aspirant for Alcoholic fame,
and took him boforo Justico Bross. The
prisoner was discharged with a repri
mand, OUIcor Billingsly took in' two yesterday
afternoon, tureo frail croaturos, Lucy
Hawkins, Sarah Howkins, and Mary J.
Moran, for" conductlngtTi'ms61ve8Inw' a
rathor disgraceful" 'maimer, and
using obscene and filthy language
They woro oach fined ?ld nnd'eosts, In de
fault Pf "which thoy woro sontito tho Mc
Halo paiaco of plenty for flftoon days-
dare its authors to the proof, or leave thorn
to suffer tho consequences.-
I would ask most respectfully of tho
editor of tho 'Hun,' whether I am tho
"Shores" mentioned in that article, at ho
speaks of n "7'. J.v and also of a "T. D."
Shores. If am tho ono spoken of, I horo
brand thoarttclo as an Infamous lie, from
first to last, and demand of tho editor a
full rotractlon of tho same, otherwiso I
shall deem It my duty to sock all tho sat
isfaction which tho law will allow mo.
T. J. Shores.
Tho Installation of ltov. II. II. Thayer
will take placo In tho.Prcsbytorlan church
of this city this morning.
Installation sermon by ltov. J. C. Bald
tidgo of Friendvillo.
Chargo to tho Pastor by ltov. E. F.
Fish of Du Quoin.
Charge to tho pcoplo by Bov. J. N. Can
dee, D. D. of ltlchview.
ltov. I). C, Swan 'lof Carml will
preach this morning at tho
M. E. Church, (corner Eighth and
Walnut streets, and Rev. K. F. Fish
Tho Sacrament of tho Lord's Supper
will bo colobrated In tho Presbytorian
Tho Moderator, Kev. S. Cook, will pro
s!d, assisted by Hevs. J. G. liuthcr and
1). O. Duran. Elders to distribute tho bread
J. Lathropand .1. Parkhlll j tho cup, C. S.
Conger and .1. W. Beck.
SA S. S. Concert will bo hold in tho
Presbyterian church, this afternoon at
Speakors for that occasion, .). X. Can
dee, D. D., E. F. Fish, Thomas .Smith, and
Tho regular meeting of tho company
takes place to-morrow evening at tho
Rough and Ready engine house. Mem
bers will please respond promptly at the
ringing of our bell, as important business
Is'on'hand. By order of tho president.
" ' ' T. .1. Kekth, Sec'y.
LIBERALS, ATTENTION !
. Camo, September 1.1, 1672.
' Tho Liberals and Democrats will meet
at Winter's, building, Thursday night,
Sept. 19th, at 7:30 p.m., to form a Liberal
club, elect officers and make arrangements
for an advance upon' tho lino of our coun
try's enemies, and march to victory in No
vember. W. W. Tiioknto.v,
.1. H. OnEttt.Y.
GOVERNMENT SALE OF
Surveyor'!- Oilicc, Custom House,
OaIHO. 1LL., Sent. 11, l7i. J
Tho following articles of property, per
taining to tho Offico of Surveyor of Cus
toms, will be sold at public Auction, for
cash in hand, at tho Custom House, in
Cairo, on the 2Gth day of Septembor, at
tho hour of 'len o'clock, a.m., viz:
Two small offico desks,
" Two tables,
One heating stovo and pipo;
The safe can bo seen in tho ofllco of Dr.
IT. Wardner, lately occupied by the Sur
veyor of Customs.
9-12tf Georqe Fisuer, Survoyor.
W. B. Rockwell ic Co. havo the
sgency for the salo of tickets to tho Free
Gift Concert in aid of tho Public Library
' Fivo hundred thousand dollars in cur
rency to bo distributed in girts of from
$100 to 5100,000. Sco circular?.
If you want Fine Teas or Coffees, Spico
or canned Fruits, choice fresh Butter, or
tho very bdst Flour, go toT. W. Carrico's
grocery storo on Washington avenue be
tween Eighth and Ninth streets.
.Illinois Central R. R. Co,. 1
Ar.KNT'fe Office, Cairo, Sept. 0, 1H72. j
To persons wishing to attend tho Fair
Association to bo held at DuQuoin, from
Septembor lOth to 20th, wo will soli ex
cursion tickets to DuQuoin and return, at
ono faro and a fifth for the round trip.
Tho salo of tickotH will commenco Sept.
Uth and discontinue 'after the departure
of train on tho morning of Sopt. '20th.
Tickets will bo good to return until Sept.
21 st, inclusivo, To' parties going with
stuck or articles for exhibition, wo will
issuo tickets on and aftor Sept. 13th.
James Johnson, Agent.
ROSS' LIME, CEMENT AND COAL
On Commercial avenue, foot of Eiovouth
street, Mr, Ross still continues to deal ox
tonslvoly In lime, cement, plastor paris
plastoring hair, otc, also DuQuoin, Mar
ion and Soutorn Illinois coal at from
S20 00 to $30 00 per car load.
ICE I ICE II IOEIII
From Wodnosday May 1st, tho Ico
wagon will canvass the city, to continue
during the summor months. None but
pure northern lako ico will bo delivered.
Husk, Loomis, & Co.
Caution. Every genuino box of Dr
McLean's Liver Pills bears tho elgnuturo
of Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., and
thoir private U. 8. stamp. "Tako no
other.'' The market is full of imitations.
It is tho popular vordict that people who
havo been accustomed to the use of Bitters
and Cordials aro obligod, ovontually, to ro
sort to McLean's Liver Pilts for pennanon
FLOWERS FLOVERS 1 1
polected strong flo'wefihg Hyacinth
'bulbs, well adopted for glasses or bedding
purposes at Jacket's Saloon, cornor of 13th
stroot and Washington nvenuo. Bulbs to
bo(put up now in glasses or pots, will
bloom at Christmas. 9-0-dlui?
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,U.im Central Jh It., Co. 1 ,
Agent's Office, Cairo, Sept. 0, 1872. j
To persona wishing to attond tho Illi
nois Stato Fair, to bo hold at Ottawa from
Soptombor lQlh to 21st, wo will soli excur-
turn, at $12 sp.i
Salo of tlckots will commenco Septem
ber 15th and discontinue on the departure
of tho train o.tl.o, morning of Sojitonibor
.0th. Tickets wilbo good to return until
tho' iitth jncluslvp. To partfes going with
Steamer Wm. J. Lewis, St. Louis. '
Ulasgow. .Jackson port.
I. II. Johnson, Now Orleans.
S. II. Long, Mound City.
John Kyle, St. Louis.
City of Chestor, Memphis.
Bee. St. Louis.
'' Idlowild, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, Paducah.
Steamer Win. J. Lewis, Vicksburg.
" Glasgow. Loulsvillo.
" J. II. Johnson, St. Louis.
" Eddyvllle, Evansvlllo.
S. H. Long, Bird's bend.
" John Kylo, New Orleans.
" City of Chestor, St. Louis.
" Idlowild, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, Paducah.
1)10 MUDDY COAL.
Stoamboats suppllod at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
torms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts oflorod on favorablo
terms upon application.
H. V. Oltphant,
D. A. Bokkk, Gcn'l. Supt.
Sales Agent, 3-lC-ly.
boats leaving to-day.
Tho flno steamor Julia is the rogular
Vicksburg packot, leaving: for Vicksburg
and all way points this evening at G o'clock.
Tho Jennie Howell leaves this evonlng
for Now Orloans and all way landings.
Tho anchor line packet for Momphls and
all way landings is theelegant St. Joseph,
loaving at .0 p.m., to-day. Tho Grand
Tower is tho fast packet for St. Louis and
all way landings this evening at C o'clock.
Tho fine-low water packet John Lumsdca
Is tho 'regular Evansvlllo boat, leaving
hero this evening at 0 o'clock.
condition of the rivers.
Tho decline in the Ohio river at this
placo is steady, at tho rate of 3 inches
every 24 hours. Tho total (all for tho
week was 20 inches. The river at Pitts
burg is on a stand, with 31 inches in tho
channel. Thcro aro favorablo prospects
for a small rlso up there. At Cincinnati
tho river has rlson a few inches with 4
feet in tho channel to Louisville. Cum
berland river has J5 inches on Harpeth
Shoals and falling. Tho decline in tho
Mississippi continues, and thero is six feet
scant in tho channel.
nuftiicESB aits 'weather.
'Levee matters were good yestorday and
the past week was si busy ono.
The sky was 'clear as a bell yesterday.
Captain Rusk decided to take tho U. S.
Turner to St. Lon.ii, and load for New
Orleans. She left for that port early yes
Tho William J. Lewis camo in after
dark with a good load. She will run in
placo of tho Belle St. Louis, whilo tho lat
ter is laid up repairing. Capt. Klake
commands the Lewis.
The J. II. Johnson, from Now Orleans,
did not have much of a trip, and laid hero
but a short time.
The Eddyville came down in placo of
tho Arkansas Belle, and had a fair trip.
The snag puller, S. H. Long, has begun
operations in Bird's bend, and she will
soon havo it clear of snags. Sbo went to
I work early yesterday morning.
I The Cowen returned to St. Louis with
I three light barges of coal.
Tho salary of hull Inspector, Gould, at
St. Louis, is 53,000 per year.
Pilot Wm. Phillips is in the city. Ho
attended the grand peace jubilee and says
it was a big thing. Engineer Warner
leaves to-morrow for New York with his
patented car coupler.
Georgo Fulton, chief engineer of tho
Bco, is grandson to tho illustrious Robort
Fulton, inventor of steamboats.
Tho John Kylo with a barco in tow ar-
I rived during tho forenoon. Sho sounded
Greenfield's and camo over all right. Sho
filled out her load hero.
Tho City of Chester added 800 bags of
wheat and other freight. She arrived on
good tirao considering how far behind
time sbo was when going down.
Tho Boo will get two froighted bargos at
Capt. Ray, of tho Bon Accord, was in
tho city on route for his home In Mound
City. His boat is laid up at St Louis.
Tho Glasgow camo up from Whlto river
light and went to Louisville.
Tho Florenco Leo will run ns nn ludo
pendont Cairo and Evansvlllo packot dur
ing low water.
Lill Perry is second clerk of tho Wm.
Tho Hyatt is still in the samo placo
with tho hull of tho Jno. B. Maudo. Tho
Hyatt succeeded in gotting off but the
hull is aground and resists her most stren
uous efforts to pull it off.' .
PHIL. HOWARD '
oaJSpeclal attention paid to orders irom steam
boats nlKht or dar V
Tho undorsigned, late workmon with
J. P. Gamblo, havo opened a shop, corner
of 10th stroot and Commercial avonuo, for
tho manufacture and repair of Wagons,
Buggies, drays, etc., etc., and for the pur
poso of doing a general WHEK'.RiaiiT
dusiness. Thoy rospectiully ask a sharo
of tho public patronage.
aug. 13-tf. O. O. Davidson.
Blankenuu'rq ahead I Winosand Cj
gars I oldest and choicost, at tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposlto tho Post Offico
Finest of Liquors, Freo Lunchos and mu
sic ovory day. Tho groat Liberal and
DoraooratlclGreoly'& Brown drfnko-i-WKiB
Beer, is mado a spocialty, and Fredpridos
himself upon keoping the freshest and
coolest in tho ctiy. Lemonades tho cold
est, mixed jlrinlcs and music the finest
Gothore. ' 0-27tf
A dwelling houso on Poplar street bo
twoon Soventeonth and Eighteenth Sts.
Apply to' : P. MorJKiKR.
Supervisor's Office lternaTRcv., "1
Ciistoiu.Uo,U6o,Cah,lllj,rei)t.ll, 1872. J
Tho following ar'tlotas' of 'broDortv ner
talnlng to the offico of suporv Uor of in
ternal' rovenuowlll be ol at pub'jlo auo-
Tbo Cairo Turnen will hold their 10th
anniversary on Monday September 10th,
at John Scheol's garden and hall. No
pains will be spared to mako the enter
tainment a grand affair. Tho celebration
will conclude with a largo ball.
Particulars and programmes will bo
furnished In duo tlmo. Tho c'ommitteo of
arrangements is a very selected one, and
know how to manage such things.
Puri Wines and Liquors not a head
aohe or a fight in a thousand gallons of
It at the Thalia Saloon, corner Twelfth
street and Washington avenue.
Agent's Office I. C. R. R. Co,
Cairo, Aug. 29, 1872.
Ilorcaftor all bills of lading for prop
erty shipped on tho transit steamer Illi
nois will be signed at tho stono depot of
fico. Jas. Johnson, Agt.
Wm. Elchhoff has purchased tho inter
est of bis brothers in tho abovo establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furnlturo manufacturing business with
great success. He has a full stock of oxtra
soasoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant every articlo ho manufactures. Ho
has also a full stock of Hedtteads, Chairs.
Tables, Buroaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on band, and his prices
defy competition. Sales room at tho fac
P. Saup's popular Tobacco and Cigar
Storo is locatod on Commercial avenuo,
between Sixth and Seventh streets, and
marked by tho unique sign of "tho Girl of
Ills. Central It. R. Co., )
Agent's Office, Cairo, Sept. &, 1U72, j
To persons wishing to attend tho Un
ion Fair to be held at Jonosboro from
September 11 to September 13th, wo will
soil excursion tickets to Anna and return
at ono dollar and ninety coots ($1.90). 1
Salo of tickets will commenco on tho 10th
and discontinue on the 13th. Tickets good
until Soptombor 14th inclusivo.
9-6-d6t. James Joiinson, Agent.
Ir you wish to indulgo in a delicious
cigar, patronize P. Saup, Commercial ave
nuo If you wish good chowing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Tbo best, most reliablo and cheapest
Pianos and Organs In tho market and on
terms to suit tho purchaser. Old instru
mcnts taken in part paymont for now
Those wishing to purchase instruments
had bettor buy of an agent who is ac
quainted with the construction of instru
ments and ono that can bo rcliod on.
Every instrument warranted for five years.
N. P. Curtice, Agent.
Go to the Thalia for the best Weiss
beer in town 6-21dtf
Four Am 1 uy rooms on tho second floor.
Inquire at the corner of Fourteenth street
and Washington avenue. tf.
House for rent on Division stroot, bo
twoen Twentieth and Twenty-first street
Apply to Mrs. Gaffnoy, Central House.
Mrs. McGee has clearod her sholves of
summer goods to mako room for tho largo
and handsomo stock of Fall goods which
sho will be now daily receiving through
tbo Fall season. Her well known good
taste and success in pleasing her many
customers is a guaranteo that only the
latest fashions and bost quality of millinery
and fancy goods will bo found at her es
tablishment. Ladies aro cordially invited
to call and oxamino her bonnets, hats,
ribbons, shoes, gloves, flowers, trimmings
fall sorts, etc., etc. 9-7 -tf.
Louis Blatau'h saloon deserves tho
popularity in to which it has grown. It has
bocn very handsomoly fitted up, and is so
comfortable that it is a pleasuro to whilo
away a spare hour there. The "bar is
supplied with all kinds of fine liquor and
wines, and with tho best of Fresh Lagor
Boer, and Weiss Beer that in deliciousonss
cannot bo, oxcolled. A lunch, free to
patrons, is spread ovary day, and an articlo
of SweiUer Cheese, the best in the markot,
Is always on hand. Mr. Blautau invites
the publio to giro him a call, on Eighth
street, between Commercial avenue and
Ohio Levee, opposlto the Ferry House, in
Riser's building. 7.2. dtf
Office of Superintendent of Custom House, )
Cairo, Ills., Sept. litis, 1872. J
Tho undorslgned will soil at public auc
tion on Thursday, tbo 26th day of Septem
ber, at 10 o'clock. a. m on the premises of
tho custom houso at Cairo, Illinois, gov
ernment proporty as follows, viz :
Small lot ash and walnut flooring and
Shovels and hoes.
Buckets, Iron and. wooden,
Largo lot of scaffolding plank.
Iron beams and scrap iron.
Nails and other hardware
1 mortico'mauhlne, nearly now.
platform scales. . .
Screens and Sieves.
3 iron trucks,
6 work bncliasv c
1 boll and flxturos.
1 grindstone with fixtures.
S stoves. ' '
1 letter press and stand.'
Chairs and other articles too numerous
Terms of sale, cash. All goods must bo
removed within throe days Irom sale.
,G. H. Seasi, Superintendent.
tit 11 ID A rUAllAAUAAl fnu
'frcty ftct.jBdlipuUblti, ttyt P.
rPhaa onihand, a4-hls WUlar'To-
jucoo a'CioaV8tom, the beat brands
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THE SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN
new and i.aroe factory erected its
size, capacity, locations, etc.
From the Detroit 'Trlhunc.'l
Messrs. Simmons. Clouch & Co.. manu
facturers of rood organs, etc., having mot
wun a remarxaDio success in Dullness, on
account of tho excellonco of their wares,
found thoir quarters tho block occupied
by thorn on Mlama avonuo, near tho
cornor of Gratiot ontirolv too small.
Consequently thoy havo ontored into ar
rangements to increaso tho capacity of
their works, and in doing so oxpect to bo
tuny nolo to supply all tho demands that
may bo made upon thorn. Their business
nas grown to immenso proportions,and.not
withstanding their onteprislng disposition
and qualities, they havo been unablo, dur-
iB me pai year especially, to koep pace
with their orders. This stato of affairs is
eratlfylng allko to tho city and to the
On tho 1st ot January a now partner
ship was formed, which is to last thrco
years, and It will bo known as tho Sim
mons & Clongh Organ Company. F. J.
Simmons, Jamos E. Clough and Joseph A.
Warron aro to bo tho general partners and
Josso H. Farwell Is admitted as a special
partnor, the latter contributing $30,000 to
tho capital stock of tho concern. Ar
rangements havo also been perfected
whoroby tho capital stock can bo increased
at any tlmo, and tho mombers of tho firm
am fully able to carry tbem out.
Nor is this all. Tho company havo pur
chased a large lot on tho north-cast cornor
of Congress and Sixth streots, upon which
thoy havo erected a manufactory of larco
capacity, and ono that In completeness of
aetaii, uuraDiniy ana in oxtortor nnisii is
a decidod ornatnont to that part of tho
city, n o aro unatjio to givo a minute
description of tho structure. It has a
frontage of 120 feet on Sixth street by CO
feet on Congress street, and besides a high
basemont is four stories in hcieht. Tho
lot has a frontngo on Sixth street of 120
loot, and on Congress street of 138 foot.
Thus it will bo seen that there will bo abund
an co of room. Separate from tho main
building thero is nn engino-room, dry-
Kilns, etc., and in tho courso of timo an
addition will bo mado to tho former so as
to give It an "L" shapo.
The factory is supplied with a 40 horso
powor engine, and now machinery
throughout, and is ono of tho larees
buildings used for manufacturing pur
poses In this city. Tho cost of tho butld
lag is estimated at about $100,000. Tho
new building will accommodato all their
employes, nnd besides being commodious
will bo boated by steam. It was com
pleted and ready for occupancy on the 1st
of May, 1672.
xne company manuiacturo 40 diuercnt
styles of Instruments, which soli for from
$50 to $500 each, and the creat domand
for them is the bost proof. of thoir quality.
Their "cabinet styles" have bocomo creat,
lavoritcs wnorovcr thoy havo been intro
duced, especially since- tho introduction
into them of the stops, the Vox Ctleste and
tho Louis patent Vox Humana. To their
grand combination organs, thoy aro ap
plying a wonderful Invention which is
known as Scribner's patent "qualifying
tubes," which impart to the organ a smooth,
flute-like quality of tono and Tncroaso tho
power and brilliancy of tho music. Tho
now company is composed of cnorgotic
business mon, nnd thoy undoubtedly havo
a gooa luiure oororo mem. y-Jll.
HOW TO GO WEST.
This Is an enquiry which ovory ono
should havo truthfully answorod before bo1
starts on bis journey, and a littlo caro
takon in examination of Routes will in
many cases savo much troublo, timo and
' The "I. B. & W. Route," running from
Indianapolis through Bloomington to Bur
lington, has achioved a splendid reputation
in tho last two yoars as the leading passon
gor routo to the west. At Burlington it
connects with the great Burlington Routo
which runs direct through Southorn Iowa
to Nobraska and Kansas, with closo
connections to California and the Terri
tories; and passengers starting from Cairo
on their way westward, cannot do better
than to take tho I. B. & W. and Burlington
Tho Lino has publlshod a pamphlet cal
led "How to go West," which contains
much valuable information ; a largo cor
rect map of tho Great West, which can bo
obtained freo of chargo by addrossing tho
Genornl Passenger Agent B. & M. R. R.
Burlington, Iowa. 7-12,dii:w3in.
Eichonburg's cigar and tobacco stand
is growing in popularity overy day. It is
locatod on Eighth stroot between Wash
ington avenuo and Ohio lovee. Tho Em
peror William, in all his majesty, stands at
the door inviting tho public to sample tho
excellent chewing and smoking tobacco,
and splendid cigars within. Eichonburg
is determined to succeed, and if merit in
the goods can securo him success bo will
not bo disappointed. Go and soo him.
HE III TRULY A STUMP SPEAKER.
Who, whon talking, oxhibits a mouthful
of stumps. If yon would kcop your dent
al fixtures in porfect talking order, use tho
fragrant Sozodont dally j tho reclpo is
simplobut sure. 9-15-lw-d&w
A Delioutful Surprise. Ladies
whoso faces aro clouded by superficial dis
coloration8, and who havo rosolvcd to try
Haoan's Maonolia Balm as a romedy,
havo no Idea of tho welcoino surprise thoy
will rccoivo from tboir mirrors aftor a few
applications of that healthful purifier of
tho comploxion. If at all excitable, thoy
will scream with rapture on beholding tho
chango ; whether tho blemish it is desired
to romovo bosallowness, blotches, pimples,
freckles, roughness, or nn unnatural pallor,
It is bound to disappear undor tho tonic
operation of this wonderful agont. To say
that tho blemish disappears, does not, how
ovor, convoy any idea of tho offoot produc
ed by this colobrated beautiflor. Tho un
sightly tingo, whothor diffused ovor tho
wholo countonance or in spots, or patches,
Is replaced by 11 uniform, pearly bloom, to
which no description can do Justice.
An Advantaoe. A great advantago
possessed by tbo Evening Star Stovo Is
that, owing to its capacity and draft, you
can burn almost any Kind of wood, and, 011
account of its substance and retention of
heat, you can run t with greon wood after
It Is heated, by having a small amount of
kindling matorial. Thoso having to pro
pare fuel for ordinary small stoves will ap
preciate this advantago. 0-15-d&w-lt
You can buy six
ana onehalf lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar,; Seven lbs. Now Orloans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
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 Centa per pound ;
Yqung Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
Our Home Adyortiiorfi.
cemuMituv Aim roawAMine.
Ciuknt, Plaster Pabjs,
NO. 71 OHIO LF.VEK, UNDRK CITY RATION
jtj-ror 1110 purposo or building up n
wholesale trade In Cairo, I will sell to deal
ers ahd contractors In lots of BO barrel ami
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo. AUtfUSt 13. 1873.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors to Stratlon, Hudson Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
MILLER & PARKER,
FOH WARDING MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. 31. Williams, Jas. Kinsley,
LtoorVlckburg, Mim. Late ot Cln'II.J
W. 31. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
FORWAttmNO AND COMMISSION
05, OHIO LEVEE,
CAIItO, ..... ILLS.
JOHN B. PHLLIS& SON,
(Succemors to John B. Phlllu,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. ahd OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
l B II O II AH TR.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
Anil Areata of
SIIIO RIVER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levek,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Buccestori to E. B. Hsndrtcts k Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
ra ;.ibrl AdTsncsmsnis mad
VssK" upon CoaiignmenU. iKI
Are prepared to reeeire, store and forward
height! to all point and bur and
sell on commission,
riltilnei attended to promptly:
Z. D. IIATUUBS., S. O .UHL
MATHUSS & UHL,
AN IS VUMMMMU
iAY AND WESTERN 'PRODUCE
, kV ELiCTIO NOTICE.
M"il t CAOst. fuL JiNHrWMr