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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1872.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
J. N. 8 HUNK Master.
Leaves tliln evening for the nliovp and all
war points, without fall. For freighter p-
w apply n jrJ or " t,,c ofl,:,
FOR ONE DAY ONLY.
MUSEUM AND MEN AG Pill IE
Will exhibit In this city on
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER SECOND
Corner Ckdar Eleventh St.
Tills company lia been largely augmented
since their lat vl'lt to thl city, arc now giv
ing far better pcrfonnrnces tban before.
gJTwo performance at 2 ami 7 o'clock p.m,
Admittance, M cents : Children under 10
For further particular! sec Mtiall bills and
W. II. FI.ATT, Gen. Director.
L. Mykrh, Agent.
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TOOIVB A MORE UNIFORM AND PLEASANT
nBAT, TO VBE LK88 WOOD, ARK MORE
CAKKFULLY fitted, ark more
EASILY AND CUEAFLY MOUNTED,
ARE UNDER MORE PERFECT
CONTROL, HAVE A BTRONOER
better satisfaction, and sold for a
Les Price tban any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
in the market. Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
C. W. HENDERSON,
J For Sale (FOR SALE,
I For Ble 1 '
Fare from Liyxrfool,
Fare from Londonderry
Fare from Glasgow,
Fare from Qukenbtown
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: 48
duflord. Morris A C , i.nii,
Pafcllcstloa , BalletlB BalldlBK
Mrs. Swnndor lint tlio nowcsl styles of
braidi, chignons, puffs, etc. 9-24dtf
RKMKMnr.n tho Greeley and Brown
club mooting nt Iho tourt lionio, Wcdnos
Ladies, ask to seo Mrs. Swander' now
crinoline skirt and bustle combined.
Tin: flag stall' nt tho custom house,
which will be hoisted in n fow days, Is 130
feet in length.
Mothers, oxaminu Mrs. Swander'a un
derwent for Infants. You will bo de
The Shannon, Cnpt. Shunk, is at tho
wharf nnd will clear for Now Orleans this
Tub principal ninuieinent of many
river men these days is swapping knives.
Some of them nro exports.
II. Given Hagey has returnod to his
old calling, and is cmployod in tho oflico
of tho Cairo City Wharfboat.
The Exocutivo Coninilttco of tho Groc
loy and Brown club will meet this evon
ing at "Winter's Block for organization
Frank Bedakd Is dumnlng the Ohiont
llumletsburg opposlto Smithland. All
other river men nro darning it from Louis
vlllo to Cairo.
The Japanese aro wonderful. They at
tracted a full bouse last night, nnd de
lighted all. They will bo the attraction
again to-night, at the Atheneum.
To my friends who havo solicltod mo to
bo a candidate for the oflico of City Treas
urer, I would return my heartfelt thanks.
I regret that circumstances compel mo to
declino acquiescing in their request.
W. II. MonRi.
W. II. Morris roquests us to say that ho
is not a candidato for tho oflico of City
Treasurer, whilo ho is duly thankful to
Ills over-partial frinds, ho feels called to
say that all votos cast for him will bo
The contract for filling tho Gooso pond,
along tho Cairo and Mound City wagon
road, has been let to Mr. Georgo Lnttner,
of Cairo. Ho has tho tennis and other
means to put tho work through in short
Squirrels uro to bo found in Missouri
and Kentucky, within a few miles of the
city in unsually largo numbers, and tho
hunters aro happy. Two men killed 127
ono day last week, and didn't put in the
whole day either.
T. Thomas and Frank "Warren went
a fow miles along tho Unity
road last Sundav morning, and
returned in the evening with thirty-six
squirrels. This is conceded to be tho best
"letch " of tho season.
J. F. McCartney nnd Capt. Iko
Clements were passengers on tho Umpire
yesterday. Mac is courting. Mr.
Clements is smiling and pleasant, us
though ho anticipated an easy victory at
tho coining election. Hopo does wonders
for us nil.
MRS. ANN A LANG
On Eighth Street, between Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
Ii'receMng dlljr new invoices of
Ot every description, and at Ptictt toBcit thi
THE LATEST STYLES OF
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
HATS, RI II RONS,
LACES OF ALL KIND
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY YARD EN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with all the other articles kept
Fil .ClaMi Mllli"D- and Trimming
Store. To be sold at the verv lowest tlmm..
tBT Call and bee her. No trouble to bhow
The attendance at tho Sabbath schools
on Sunday last was smaller than usual,
although tho weather was line. The
moro tbo pooplo aro told their duty by a
faithful ministry and The Bulletin tho
less they seem inclined to attend to it.
Tho water carts are reaping a rich har
vest, in consequence of tho continued dry
weather. Their greatest efforts fail to
supply tho demand upon them now, and it
is increasing every day. A drenchinc
rain sufficient to fill our cisterns is about
the only pressing want wo feel at present.
Tho Umpire, tho Ugliest draught boat in
tho Evunsvillo trade, is complaining of
tbe depth of water on tho bars in the
lower Ohio, and Capt. Pennington says
sho has the advantage over all others
about threo inches in tho amount of wa
ter which sho requires, as hor officers do
not consume any.
Tub Teutonic Llfo Insurunco Co., and
Bismarkc Bund respectively aro char
tered institutions under control of tho
Stato of Illinois. Tho weekly payments
for a Llfo Policy ol $1,000, nl tho ngo of
thirty years, amounts to only 47 tents
Go to Carl L. Thomas and got a policy nt
The Japanese aro a wonderful sot
Thoir performances at tho Athonouin, last
night, excited universal astonishment
Should wo enter into details, only our es
tablished reputation for veracity would
onforco boliof. They givo their second
andjast exhibition to-night, and, as every
body intends to go, so fur as wo nro con
cerned " nufced."
Ce r. Henry's World' Toalc and
It Is tbe great household remedy, pleasant to
take, yet potent for tbe prevention and cure of
ill teaa. It Is better than Bitten, Cordial,
Kucha or Bamparilla. Sold by Druggists
Or. air's Boot susd Plant PUU.
Mild yt thorocjh do nausea or trlplng-en-tlrelyfuHbls
yrfrt liver remedy. Trice U
cents. Sold by Druggists.
Every Democrat and Liberal Republi
can of tho city should bear in mind Hint
the organisation of tho Greoloy nnd
Brown club will bo comploted, nt tho
court house, Wodncsdny ovonlng. A Con
stitution and By-Laws will bo reported
for adoption, nnd othor mnttors of Inter
est will be discussed and acted upon. Let
tho house bo flllod.
Dit. S. S. Condon, ono of tho most en
thusiastic nnd hnrd working Grcoleyitcs
of Egypt, is In tho city, nttondlng our
circuit court. Tho doctor, for awhile, was
Bourbonio in his proclivities, but tho
Louisvillo fiasco and Radical friendship
"fixed him." As wo havo rnld, ho is a
red-hot Grcoloyitc, and is giving moro
tlmoto tho can io than any other man in
Unfortunately, perhaps, for the ex
citement of tho thing, nil tho aspirants for
municipal honors in tbo presont contest,
aro tho most modest, retiring, meek, unas
suming men in tho city, nnd nouo of them
to our knowlcdgo, takes anything stronger
than Weiss beer, which is tho poorest
oloctloneoring bovcrngo manufactured.
But thoy nro all hard at work in n quiet
way, nnd wo will know this overling who
has been tho most industrious.
Mr. Loundor Axloy has finished his
contract on tho Cairo and Mound City
road, nnd has delivered tho work to the
proper authorities. That portion of the
work which belongs to the city extonds
from Thirty-fourth street to tho section
corner, three-fourths of a inllo. It is
plowed nnd harrowed twonty-flvo feet
wido nnd cut out eighty fcot. From that
point 31r. Axlcy's contract extonded threo
miles to Cacho river. This portion was
completed somctimo ago.
The body of Ed. Whsoler, colored, was
buried in tho Comotcry of tho Lotus, yes
terday, nbout thirty wagons nnd carriages
forming tho funeral procossion. Wheoler
was a membor of tho A. M. E. Church,
and of tho organization among negroes
known ns Sons of Liberty. From the lnt
tor tho widow of tho deceased
will rccoivo such aid ns will,
with proper Industry and frugality
on hor part, enable her to support nnd cd
ucato her children.
During a period of twenty-four days
John Knutb, who, although ho livos in tlu
secluded villago of Unity, is woll-known
n Cairo, wore tho weeds of widowerhood.
Being convinced at tho end of that time,
that it was n dismal nnd a deso
late thing for mnn to live nlone, ho visited
Cairo, invaded the culinary department of
an up-town boarding establishment, and
bore away the fair, fat nnd forty cook
therein, without n show of resistance from
any quartor. Somo folks moy think that
John "rushed " matters a little; but, since
ho is happy what need ho euro? Not a
The special election to fill tho vacancy
in the City Treasurer's offico, takes place
to-day. Polls will be opened ot all tho
voting places in tho city. The candidates
aro M. B. Wiley, C.K. Slack and Robert. A.
Cunningham all oxcollent young men,
fully competent we believe, to fill
tho oflico satisfactorily. We have
heard hints of a purpose
upon tho part of the African voter:, to
take advantage of the division in tho
whito vote to run in Bird, tho negro
speech-maker ; but we do not think that
any movemont of that kind Is seriously
contemplated. Everybody should go to
tho polls, however, negro or no negro.
Tho election is ono one of somo Impor
tance, and should receive due attention.
We saw two or throo market wagons
yosterday, from tho interior of Johnson
county a point about forty-flvo miles dis
tant. Johnson county is prolific In the
production of corn, potatoes and all kinds
of vegetables, and will, when placed in
convenient and cheap railroad connection
with Cairo, throw thousands of dollars
worth of that kind of produce upon our
market evciy teuton.
While the funeral porcosslon of Ed.
Wheeler was upprouehlng Washington
avenuo yesterday, a horse attached to n
buggy in which two colored women wore
seated became fractious, causing ono of
tho sahlo damsels to tumble out of tho
carringo. Sho fortunately lit squarely on
her head and thus oscaped injury, Tho
animal was soon paciflod and tho process
ion moved on.
Mr. WkJtoonab's Myrap.
Tbe great MOthlng remedy. Price on'.f 25
OtfM rest to us mother and bealui to
Sold by Druggists.
atorortlaf Work, Enlarged Edition, New
agnvlsfs. Two-boa dred sod sixty Paget,
MMtttaait. Address Dr. Bern' Durtx
aAsjv.M Ms SIsMb Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Died, at Villa Ridge on Friday tho 20th
Inst., of typhoid fovor, Georgo Brigham
father of Dr. R.S. Brigham of this city'
Had he livod till October, Mr. Brigham
would have been sixty-threo years of ago.
He was burled on Sunday uflornoon in
the cemetery at Villa Ridge, leaving an
afflicted family who have the sympathy
of a large circle of friends.
We take plcasuro in callinc tho atten
tion of tbe feminine portion of our read-
ors to Mrs. M. Swanders, advertisement of
her fall and winter stock. Mrs. Swander
has been engaged in hor present business
in Cairo for some years, and is well known
to tho public as a lady who has large ex
perience in tho millinery business. Sho
has repaired and re-arranged her store
room, putting in various improvements
and now has oao of tho inost attractive
millinery stores in tbo city. Her boxes,
sholvcs, etc., wero entirely emptied of
summer goods by hor customers but has
crowded them again with tho largest nnd
finest selection of goods in hor lino ever
brought into tho city. Mrs Swander se
lucts all her goods herself with special nt.
tention to tho wants of hor customers, nnd
hat expended thousands of dollars in tho
purchaso of hor present Btoclc. Her hats
and bonnets, are of tho latest New York
and Paris styles and aro varied in price to
suit tho moans of nil, Sho has gloves, la
ces, n very largo and elegant nssortmont
of trimming nnd sash ribbons, and ex
tremoly handsome selection of llowors,
and an endless variety of notions. Mrs.
Swander invites overy lady in Cairo to
call and oxBtnlno hor goods, which she
will take great plcasuro in showing at nil
Mr. Tom Allen President of tho Cairn
and Fulton railroad, was at Greenfield's
landing yosterday, in thn interest of the
road and says the levcolm; of tho track to
Charleston will ho commenced Immed
iately, and as soon as finished, trains will
For many months past tho managers
of the road, and the community in genera),
havo felt much concorn over tho Curt
that tbo Mississippi was leaving Green-
nem s biuo ot tlio rlvor for trood and all.
forming n largo sand bur just whoro tho
Fulton and Cairo roud touched tho river
making a landing Impossible and causing
mmeuso trouble. But these fears have all
vanished. The channel is again whero
It used to bo years ago, closo down the
Missouri shore, nnd is cutting so fust to
wards Greenfield's houso, thut If It con
tinues It will soon flow past tho old shoro,
now marked by tho slough near Green
field's dwelling. This chango In the rivor
is a grave mattor inasmuch as tho courso
it is taking washes in shoro at Capt. Full's
rciidonco, and glances otV nguln abruptly
to tho Illinois thoro. At Capt, Fall's
place it has cut away all of '.'00 yurds, und
moro than this distance Just above them
and unless there is somo hard tuUtanco
linH.. (tin Nnll in riltlt Ita finit.nunliln..n.
or o rise above should change Its course,
fears are snUrtained that Bird's point will
eventually become an Island, nnd Norfolk
We felt when we noticed tho unusually
slim attendances at tho dlft'oront churches
Sunday, that somo disturbance of tho
penco of tho city was certainly browing,
and tho pollco rocord of yesterday shows
our foars to havo had somo foundation.
Tho unfortunntos who depnrted from tho
path of roctltudo wore brought bofore
the bar of justice, presided ovor by
'Squiro Shanncssy, by olllcors Blllingsly
Martin, Mohnor, Helm nnd Whltecamp,
andworo as follows: James McCormio
and Mlko Conway slightly undor the in
fluoncoof liquor, wero find ono dollar and
costs, nnd in defautt of payment sont to
tho calabooso for 7 days. Pitt Murphy,
whisky straight, SI nnd costs. 0 day, In
tho lock up.
Mlko Quin for a plain drunk, took SI
worth of justlco for ensh and $1.00 worth
Tom Brown and Ed Sweeny, only
drunk, nothing moro, 0 days with McUalo
in default of $1 and costt.
Sam Lloyd, Weiss bocr, $1 with ribbons
Jnmcs Gilsou, offensive conduct, $9.C0
Puttos Uolstan and Moohan, for a little
misunderstanding among themselves.
Paid tho usual rates S9.Cn.
Sheridan's rldonoxt claimed tho squire's
attontion, and strange to say, ho thought
It a breach of tho peaco to tho cxlont of
Ho explained to Mr. Sheridan, that al
though the rido might havo been right
and proper years ngo, nt Winchester, nnd
tho net commcndablo in the rider, that
tl mo9 had. changed nnd peoplo thought
differently, nnd Cairo nover approved of
fast riding no how.
A DAMNABLE OUTRAGE.
Tho Grant negroes of Cairo nro de
termined that no Greeley and Brown man
of color shall livo in quiet nnd safety in
Cairo. Months ago threats were uttered
against tho Rev. Mr. Shores, for no other
reison than that ho had avowed his pur
poso to vote for lloraco Greoloy, whom ho
had known to bo a friend to tbo negro
raco when tho whole tido of public opin
ion sot strongly and irresistibly against
nim. Tho throats against Shores and
other Grocley mon, wero followed, on
Sunday night last, by an attempt to tako
the life Mr. J. T. Allen.
Mr. Allen was quietly passing down
Washington avenue, when ho wus accosted
by a crowd of negroes on tho opposite
sidewalk : "Wo want to know, Allen, if
you intend to voto lor that old traitor
Greoloy ?" "I intend, if I livo," replied Al
len, "to voto for Uoruce Greeley, as ovory
freeman has a perfect right to do."
"Then," replied his assailants, "by G U
you shan't livo to do it," and following
tho words came a brickbut, thrown with
groat force at Allon's head. This missile
wos followed by two others, and had either
of them accomplished the end intended,
Allen would have been brained upon tbe
spot. Seeing his danger he sought a
place of safoty, and thus no doubt, saved
Wo can add but littlo to the infamy of
this outrago by comments. Tho facts as
stated should arouse every honest man to
a lively sense of tho danger upon which
wo aro drifting, nnd to tho contemplation
of means by which without the shedding
of blood, wo can avert them.
Backcnstoso's Cosmopolitan Circus and
Menagerie will again visit our city on
Wednosday, Oct. 2nd, and givo two grand
exhibitions. This company, sinco thoir
visit to us last spring, have made a Very
successful tour through tho entire state,
and large portions of Wisconsin and Mis
souri. They havo made an entire chango
of performers, and are now giving u better
show than ever before1 They havo lately
secured the services of Miss Lora Lynn,
who, as a Equilibrist and Trapezist, stands
unrivalled in this country or Europe.
They havo also added largely to their Me
nagerie and Museum. Our oxchangcj,
from all sections, speak in tbo highest
terms of this grand unequalled show.
TO THE COLORED VOTERS OF CAIRO.
The day Is fast approachine: when wo.
as a freo peoplo, for tho first time in our
livos, will havo tho privilege of voting for
President of tho Unitod States. Let us
voto for our life long friend, the man that
has devoted his time and money in our be
half, and tho man who advocated tho
causo ot freedom whon It was dangorous
to do so. LIko truo men, lot us form our
selves into u Greeley and Brown club,
(colored). All thoso wishing to loin said
club, will plcaso leave their names at The
ijulleti.v office. Colored men, conio
forward and help elect Honest lloraco
Grouloy. J. T. Allen.
$3.00 PER DAY
saved by going to John Tancr's to nur-
chaso saddles nnd harnoss, at his saddle
store on Washington avenuo. All kinds
of repairing done on saddles and harness,
and carriage painting and trimming on
short notice, in good stylo by good me
chanics. Call and cxamino my stock, and
prices at No. 1 in Cairo.
0-24dlm John Taner.
Office Cairo City Febry Co,
Notice is Imroby given that a mooting
of tho stockholders of this company will
be hold at tho company's offico, coiner o
Gth and Loveo street, in this city, on Tues
day, Octobor 8th, 1872.
S. Staath Taylor, Prcsidont.
Cairo, Ills., Sept. 21st, 1872.
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CAIRO CITY
1 am propared to negotiato the nbovo
amount on Cairo city property in sums of
from $500 to $50,000, on livo years time,
Interest 10 por cent, and commissions
reasonable. Also $500,000 to loan for
terms of fivo yoars on Improved farms in
Southern Illinois and Missouri. For
further particulars address me al Carbon
dale Illinois. William H. Ross,
d&w tl. Loan Brokar.
Mrs. McGer has cleared hor shelves of
summer goods lo mnko room for the large
and handsomo stock of Fall goods which
sho will be now dally receiving through
tho Fall soason. Hor well known good
tatto nnd success In phasing hor many
customers is n guarnntco that only tho
latest fashions and bast quality of millinery
nnd fancy goods will bo found nt her es
tablishment. Ladles aro cordially Invitod
lo call and examine her bonnets, hats,
ribbons, shoes, gloves, flowers, trimmings
fall sorts, otc, otc. 0-7 -tf.
GOVERNMENT SALB OF PROP
ERTY. Surveyor's Oltlci'. Custom House, )
Cairo, Ills., Sept. ll, 1972.
Tho following nrtlclct of property, por
tainlng to tho Oflico of Surveyor of Cus
toms, will ho sold nt public Auction, for
cash in hand, nt tho Custom Houso, In
Cniro, on tho 2Clh day of Scplembor, nt
tbo hour of ten o'clock, a.m., viz :
Two smnll oflico desks,
Ono heating stovo nnd plpo,
Tho safo can bo seen In tho oflico of Dr.
II. Wnrdnor, latoly occupied by tho Sur
voyor of Customs.
ll-12tf Gf.oroe Fisher, Survoyor.
If you want FlnoTcasor Coffcos, Spieo
or canned Fruits, choice fresh Butter, or
tho very host Flour, go toT. W. Carrlco's
grocery storo on Washington avenue bo
tweon Eighth nnd Ninth streets.
If you wish to imiulgo In a delicious
cigar, patronizo P.Saup, Commercial ave
nuo If you wish good chowing or smok
ing tobacco, plpos, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco nnd
Otilcc of Superintendent of Custom House,
Cairo. 111., Sept. nth, 1S72.J
Tho undersigned will soli nt public auc
tion on Thursday, tho 2Cth day of Septem
ber, nt 10 o'clock n. m., on tho premises of
the custom houso at Cairo, Illinois, gov
ernment property as follows, viz :
Small lot nsh and walnut flooring and
Shovels and hoes.
Buckets, iron and wooden.
Largo lot of scaffolding plank.
. Iron beams and scrap iron.
Nni1 and other hardware.
1 mortice machine, nearly new.
1 platform scales.
Screens and Sieves.
3 iron trucks.
5 work bonches.
1 bell and fixtures.
1 grindstone with fixtures.
1 letter press nnd stand.
Chairs nnd other articles too numerous
Terms of sale, cash. All goods must bo
removed within threo days from saIo.
G. II. Seask, Superintendent.
GOVERNMENT SALE OK PROP
ERTY. Supenl-or's Office Internal Itev., 1
CtiKtom-HoUof, Cairo, 111.,. -opt. 11, ls72. J
Tho following articles of property per
taining to the office of supervisor of in
ternal revenue, will bo sold at public auc
tion, for cash in hand, at tbo Cuetnin House
in Cairo, Ills., on tho 20th day of Septem
ber 1872, at the hour of ten o'clock a.m.
Two (2) Desks, nearly new;
Six (0) Walnut Chairs, Cane Seated ;
Two (2) Walnut Chairs, Cano Seated,
I). W. Munn, Supervisor Int. Rev.
Tho undersigned, late workmen with
J. P. Garnblo, have opened a sho,), corner
of lCth street und Commercial avenue, for
tho mnnufucluro and repair of Wagons,
Buggies, druys, etc., etc., and for tho pur
pose of doing a oeneral whee'.rioht
nusiNESs. They respectiully ask a share
of the public patronage
aug. 13-tf. C. C. Davidson.
EICHHOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
Wm. Eichhofi' bus purchased the inter
est of his brothers in tbo above establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furnlturo manufacturing businoes with
great success. Ho has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, nnd can war
runt every article ho manufactures. Ho
has also a full stock of Jiedalcatla, Chairs.
TableB, Bureaus, Dosks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on hand, and his prices
defy competition. Sales room nt tho fac
NEW EXCITEMENT AT THE EX
CELSIOR. F, Blnnkenburg wishes to announco to
bis friends and patrons that ho has suc
ceeded in engaging Prof. Wilbrocht of
St. Louis, n lino pianist, who will amuse
tbo lovers of music with a selection of
charming pieces on tho piano. Every
body is invited to the Excelsior, comor
of 14th street and Washington avenuo.
On July aoth Patrick Fitzgerald by
falling on his doorstop broke two of his
ribs. Having a few days before pur
chased an accident ticket for flvo days at
thn railroad ticket oflico ho has just ro
colvod forty-llvo dollars us indemnity
for threo weeks, disability. Gonoral
accident tickets insuring against death to
tho amount of $3000 or 15 dollars por
week indemnity in caso of disability from
any kind of accident aro for aula at tho
Illinois Central Railroad ticket, oflico nt
twonty-flvo cents for twenty-four hours
Blankeniiuro ahead I Winosand CI
gnrs I oldest and choicest, at tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposlto tho Post Office
Finest of Liquors, Freo Lunches and mu
sic overy day. Tho .groat Liberal and
Dmocratlc,Grooly & Brown drinke Weib
Beer, it mado a specialty, and Frodprldes
himself upon keeping the froshost and
coolest in tbe ctiy. Lemonades tbo cold
est, mixed drinks and music tbe finest
Go tbsre. ti-27tf
IOEI ICE 1 1 ICEIII
From Wodncsday May 1st, tho Ice
wagon will canvass tho city, to contlnuo
during tho summor months. Nono but
puro northorn lako ico will bo dolivoiod.
Husk, Loomis, &.Co.
FLOWERS FLONVERS 1 1
Selected strong fioworing Hynclnth
bulbs, woll ndopled for glasses or bedding
purposes at Jnckol's Saloon, cornor of 12th
street nnd Washington avonuo. Bulbs to
bo put up now in glnsscs or pots, will
bloom nt christmns. 00-dlm.
Fivo York Milk Cows for sale. Ap
ply to Lewis Drlestmatin, Commercial
nvonuo between Fourth nnd Sixth street.
0-1 8- If
Pure Wines nnd Liquors not u bond
ncho or a light in n thousand gallons of
Itat the Thalia Saloon, corner Twelfth
street and Washington nvonuo.
WATF.R-proof St. Louis Luger bcor nt
tho Thalia Saloon. Persons who drink
ll defy storms nnd dnmpness, and nover
nve occaslouto piy n doctor bill.
ABOUT CAB1NET ORGANS.
II may not bo generally understood,
oven by thoso tolerably well versed in
musical arts, that thu vast ditl'ereuco in
quality of tone developed in tho different
makes of Cabinet Organs, is owing In n
great measure, to the ditlurent modes of
bending tho tongue of thu reed, a slight
variation in tbo style of bend makingquilu
u pcrcfplibludillurctice in thu quality of
toon produced, us well us in the (peaking
capacity of the reed.
So difficult und pecullat in this depart
ment of work us to render it necessary for
a person to havo n natural gift or tuct in
bundling thu delicate lucl used, and even
then it sometimes requires years of prac
tice to enable ono to become proficient in
Thero nro only two or three of tho lead
ing muknr in thitcounlry who understand
the application of what is called tho now
und improved bend in thu reed, und
among them thu houso of Simmons &
Clough Organ Co., of Detroit, .Mich., have
made their instruments deservedly popu
lar, and aro laking thu lead in way of tbo
moro desirable improvements, having so
cur"d tbo vulunblu "Scrlbner Patent,"
an application of tubes to reeds, which
materially incrcusu tbo voluino of tone,
nnd at tbo siuno timo destroy tho wirey,
motallc sound of tho reed. This firm also
mako uso of tho celebrated " Vox Hu
mana, " or ' Fun tremolo. "und also tbo
famous " Vox Celeste " stop, tbo uso of
wnicn nas created sucli an cutery among
older manufacturers, who find it impossi
ble, with their stylo of bend and voicing
to moko a good job of it.
It is comparatively but a brief period
since this firm began to make instruments
upon a large scale, nnd oiler them lo tho
public nt large through dealers, tho homo
demand having taken their entire produc
tion heretofore, but wo aro informed thut
the experience of this houso dales back to
the year 1850, nnd ll is these years of care
ful study and experiment which combine
to mane iii"ir urgun,ln many resK!cts,u
perior to those of other makers.
Tho musical editor ol tho Superior
(Wis.) 'Times' makes mention of them us
follows : "Wo aro impressed with all we
rcau anu Know ol tlio 'Mmmons & (Jlough
Organ.' Contrary to tbo practice of
many other establishments, this firm have
urst madu a reputation for their noble in
struments, and then advertised them. It
is a mystery to us outsiders what they nro
advertising for, as the demand for these
Organs now exceeds tho supply. The
great demand for them, In fact, has com
pelled tho company to put up a new man
ufactory at u cost ot nearly $100,000.
There aro only threo instruments of tho
cubiret organ class in America that wo
should feel satisfied in purchasing, nnd
of tho threo wo far prefer the instrument
mado oy Simmons & (Jlough. It can
ronder all styles of music, from the
thunders of church organ diapason to the
strains oi a lino military bntid, or th ex
quisite tremor of fairy bells. ' 'J-18-tf.
HOW TO GO WEST.
This is an enquiry which every ono
should havo truthfully answered boforo ho
starts on his journey, and a littlo care
taken in examination of Routes will in
many cases savo much trouble, timo and
Tbe "I. II. 6i W. Route,'' running from
Indianapolis through llloomlngton to Bur
lington, has achieved a splendid reputation
in the last two vears as the lcuditiir passen
ger routo to thu west. At Burlington it
connects witn tlio great Hurllngton Kouto
which runs direct through Southern Iowa
to Nebraska and Kansas, with closo
connections to California and tho Terri
tories; and passengers starting from Cairo
on thoir way westward, cannot do bettor
than to take tho I. B, & W.and Burlington
Tho Lino has published n pamphlet cal
led "How to go West," which contains
much valuable information ; a large cor
rect map of tho Great West, which cun bo
obtninea freo of charge by nddressinir tho
Genornl Pussongor Agent B. A M. R. R.
Burlington, Iowa. 7-12,ditw3m.
TEETH IN RUINH
Aro u suro drawback on personal nnncur'
anoonnd porsonnl comfort. Theerfore.kccp
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m-m in kuuu rufinir bun mat esiHUIIBUOU
nntldoto for all the disouses that assail
them, fragrant Sozodont.
THE JAPS A HE COMIXtl.
Tho only legitimate compunv of urtlsts
ever permitted to leave Japan. Direct from
the Theatre of tbo Grand Tycoon. This
coinimiiv will L'lvn two of thoir novel, won
derful and thrilling cntertulnmenfi at the
the Atheneum on Monday and Tuesday
evenings, Sept. ii.'ld and tilth. AdmUdon,
dress circle, B0 cents. Reserved scuts, 75
cents, cull lie soured nt iiurunau .
?UUD I WOOD 1 I WUUDII
The undersigned will rurnlih
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Clhrap, II not CBraper
bud uny wood dealer in Cairo. Leave order
on tho slates nt the Postoffiee nnd at Ross
coal yard, on Commerciul avenue, between
Tenth und twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. 1
give good mcustiro and will cord tbe wood
up If desired.
auslO-tf DENNIS HALEY.
DOOM. ajASll, BTCi
Our Homo Advortiaoru.
(JOMMINMIOIf AND rORWABDIMO.
Cement, Plaster Paris,
PIjASTEHKR'S II A III,
NO. 71 OHIO I.F.VF.E, UNDER CITY NATION
JOT For tho purpose of building up n
wliolenlu trade In Cairo. I will sell to deal
era nnd contractors in lots of N) barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo. August l.'l, 1872.
STKATTON & BIRD,
(Huccessort toHtrttlon, Hudson Clerk,)
57 Ohio Lovoo. Cairo, Illinois
iMlLLEK Si PAHKEIl,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc., i
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio I.evee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. M. WILLIAMS, .1 AH. KINSLEY,
I.Htn of Vickttitirn, Mini. I.ntr ol Cln'tl, J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
FOIIWAIIDINO AND COMMI8HION
55, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN II. PI1LLIS & SON,
(HucceMon to John II. t'hllln.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
M KU VII A MTU.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agenti of
MHO RIVER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
((successors to E. D. Iiendrici 4 Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Libera! AdTMicemcnls made SStM
Sr'H upon Consignments. Et
Are prepared to receive, ttora and forward
freiKlita to all points unit bur and
sell on commission,
aviliislness ai (ended to promptly;
Z. D. MATHUS8,. X. O .Vflh
MATHUSS & UHL,
COMMIS SIONM E R C HANTS
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
MO. M UTSB.