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On and anerBunday, .- . J 0
n lime-table will govern the arrlTal and depart
lit of pasainger trains t Cairo I
flrf-Mall train, dally iS'
Rtprcx. rtmljr-.. s.op.m
Jfnrs-Mall.daily. 3:.n,
Kirrni -- s-5 P-m
Cairo And Bt. Louis Short Line.
A rnve . -.- ...3:45 p.m.
llenari. ... ... "!
Nochsngeof vtt fromCairolo 8t. Louis. No
ehanre p'a.- Irom Cairo to Cilcngo. Megani
hrr'cg Roo'n sleeping can on night trains,
llsggage checked t II important points.
htkam rro.
Will mult three trips dully.
it T
At uW.......,jLm,
At 1:30 ..p m.
At 6 WM..p.tn
At 11 -a.m
At t-30. p.m
Faieewh Tjr. 3) cents! 10 tickets for $2 SO.
Will !od, whsn helled, at any pood Intermediate
andmglorpaengereor freight, nor ltf.
""'cXino and" paducah
The splendid steamer
Bex. Uowaiid Capt.
Leaes Olro DAILY, (Sunday excepted), t 4
.ra. Fnr freighter naasage apply on board or
j.nJlf JAS BIGGS, Ag't.
f OMEOFATHIC rtiyslcian and Surgeon.
IJ. 6 " 136 .'eramerclai arenue. Resilience on
If nth tirnt three.doots "tit of C R. Woodward.
Betted nrnniaals. addressed to the Commit!
on Ktreela will lw r elved by the City Clerk lie
III WEDNESDAY, ll.e Jrd proximo, lor furnish,
ina materials and doing the work of repairing the
rliletratka mi I crosswalks, and lowering the same
Ian fool their tiresenl craJe. on (he West
fide of Washington Avenue, between Slsl and
27th Mretls, and l-tern SOth and 3llh streets,
and on the W at ide o' Comnioicinl Atcune. Le
twen 0tli ant Sltti atret.
Hitnllarnroixi.au will alao lx rpccitril at the
aamp time anil place tnrdolngtheaame work, the
city to furnish the riiilit material.
Hj ord r ot iu.m .ii 1 1 i t.t. Bin r. r.t.
June 27, 1672. A 37td
fhce orer J. Mct,aoie'a druc store,
tresth trret.
3.31 tf
IJ ESlDn.NCK No. 21 Thirteenih atrett. be.
Xi t'eea Wa.hiDion aienueaad Walnut atretU
orace U Commercial atcnae, up ttalra.
RVytDENCE-eornerXintli and Walnut atf,
i-tie. corner Mxth atreet and Ohio leTee.
uft hour from 6 a.m. to 12 m., and 9 p.m.
KK-IDEXCB-Corner Nineteenth atreet and
Waibmgton arenne, near court houe. Of.
fa i om th' poto(ce. Office hour 10 to 12
tdlto4p.m. ianlStf.
Our Home Advertisers.
P. G. Schuh
I I "
Notice l hereby siren that the Conartneraliln
htretofort eiUtioc be ween Wm. KIchorT anJ
Ilrutner. in Ilia furmtur Mannrai.turin hnai.
nr. a, under the firm name of Erhofl llroa. it
thla day riltaolred bv mutual content. Wm. K -
clicfTpur-haalnt the wholo bnalcet. aatuminEalt
Ita liabilities and receiving 1! the afrnunta una
me ou nrm. wx, Eii'HOFF,
Cairo. Ilia., JuneSI, 1S72 C-iWlw
Saloon keepers and liquor dcaleri vrhoso
licenses oxpiro on the flrtt Jar of July are
horcby nollfled that n prompt renewal of
the enme will be required. All bondi
hould be filed with the City Clerk, by
next Monday evening, to nt to be pre
tented to the council on that evening for
approval, .otherwise delay may be dan
garout. M. J Howlkt,
City Clerk.
Cairo, June i!fl, 1872 4t
1CE1 ICE 11 ICE 1 1 !
From Wednesday May 1st, tho ice
wagon will canvass tho citv, to continue
during the summer months. None but
pure northern lake cc will be delivered.
IIuse, Loo Mi, & Co.
T. H. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th street
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., it
prepared to accommodate the public with
board by the day, week or month, at lower
rates than an other first-class house in
tho city. The rooms are all well fur
nished, light and airy, good sample rooms
for the accommodation of Commercial
agents. The house is located in the cen
ter of the business part of tho y within
one square of the post office. 4-9-tf
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
street, near the post office, tho proprie
tress would inform the public tbnt btio
is prepared to accommodate the public
with first-class board and well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on the most reason
able terms. Ample preparations have
been made to accommodate an unlimited
number of day boarders. Tatronago so
licited. Mrs. T. N Gaffney.
61 -Odj
No. 03 Ohio levee, is the place whoro
they keep the freshest fish and game, and
lie finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found in tho citv. Dinner only twenty-
tlvo cents. Open dav and night, at all
ours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
3-1 tf.
With Ita Kloonijr nttendnntn, low amir
Itk' drnreaialon, Involuntnry cmltwfoa,
own or ftemen, Hpermnlorrliu'n, Ion ot
power, dlsxy IivsmI, Iuhh ol memory,
HitU ttirrntenMl luiprtciico mill Imbe.
rllltM, iiiiu n oTerrltm cure In ismii.
ilirey'H llnutroallilr Siltic No
Teiity.elKbt. Coinpo.cl ot I nmrl ralua
b:e mild anu potent curntivc. tney triKt a
unde at the roots ot thAtuittil lom ill- t e "T
Um, arreat thedl.chargea, nn.l un,irl vlgnrrnd
rfiirrcy, lilo and Titalit) to Hientue inn. They
nave cured inouaunua ni ca.e, i-rice. v pei
paukageaol firebox?-, and a large t'i rial, which
Tery Important lu obstinate or old cases, or II
erainuir unx. soiu or an
by mail on receipt ot price.
'WS 'O
time xa iitioasrEY.
A fine alock of Wrbibea,' Clocks, Jewelry, and
Hpactaol, I'artleular utteutlon glvrn to all
klfdaof watch repairing. Tba publlo are aolici.
ltd to eall and rowiiarn prices ao'lcliargea. k0,
AOrsit for Karl immerman't ceebratUJ watel es.
Aaa tratcl lliey ai equal to any, and ex.
sV UM ltf none lu this tnarkat. Preaentatlon
M ,fMlM speclaltv from Mir d m
sold bv all drncjlsla. aaJ sect
it ot price. A j Jr-is Hil.-njlllrv.
Hw-clfio Homeopathic Mrdlclae Co., ''- BrJad
way, K. Y. P. CHUH.
augiadeowawiy AieJi, Uiira, Illinois
scription Drug Store is open
day and night. All prescrip
tions carefully and neatly fill
ed with dispatch. The largest
and finest selections of Toilet
Articles, Vases and sundry
Fancy Goods of all descrip
tions just received and sold by
polite and attentive clerks a!
tho lowest figures. Satisfy
yourself by a call. G-231m
$C2rSix and one-half lbs
Durant's A Coffeo Sugar for
Ono Dollar ; Seven lbs. Now
Orleans Sugar forOno Dollar
three and one-half libs. Prime
Kio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-live Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
tJtaC. Hanny wishes the
public to bo informed that ho
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that ho is de
termined to sell every article
at prices Lower than tho Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. Ho
will satisfy you. both as to qual
ty and cost.
Thostcamor Eckcrt will leavo the wbar
at Cairo precisely at tight o'clock, on
Thursday morning, tho Fou rth of July
touch nt Mound City sit nine, at Caledonia
half past ton, at Metropolis at 12, at tho
Lakes opposito Paduoah, at half past one;
after which lha will go to Paducah, where
she will stay until flrtt, returning to Cairo,
at half put eight o'clock In the evening.
The people of Paducah give a pic-nlc on
that day at the beautiful lakes jnst oppo
site their city, which will glvo all who
wish, a chanco to join tie Paducah people
In tholr plc-nlc, or enjoy a nlco stroll in
tho beautiful woods about the lakes, while
those who prefer It can havo thrco or four
hours to walk or drive throngh Paducah.
Each family will have the privilege of
taking their batkot, while those who would
rather not be Incumbered will bo
furnished with refreshment at tho
lunch tables on the boat, at reason
able prices. There will bo a bountiful
supply of confectionarlea, frulu, ico cream,
lemonade, soda water &c. This will bo a
splendid chance for families who wish to
spend the "fourth" together. As the
Eckert was built for plc-nlc purposes, the
children can be turned loose on the boat to
enjoy themselves without danger.
This excursion will be given for the
benefit of tho Methodist church of Cairo.
Pare for round trip from Cairo, Mound
City and Callcdonia, $1 ; children 60c.
From Metropolis 50c; children JSc td
Tuesday Evening, June SSth, 1S72.
The first quarterly meeting of the Fire
Department was held this evening at 7
o'clock. Present Messrs. Wood, Taylor
Phillis, Walder, Swayne, Robinson, Ca'n,
McllMe, Becrwort, Esbach, Poor and
The report of the secretary upon the
number of fires which havo taken place
since last meeting and tho members of the
department present at sald.flres was read,
and on motion ordered to be placed upon
On motion the meeting adjourned.
John "Wood, Ch'n.
W. F. Pitcher, Sec'y.
CORD. The Lifo Association, of America on the
23d of August last, issued a policy for
$1,000 ontho lifo of the late Mrs. Carl L.
On Tuesday last she died,
On Friday she whs buried,
On Saturday proofs of loss were pre
On Monday these proofs wero submit-
to the company,
On Tuesday the loss was paid in full, as
will bo seen by Mr. Thomas, letter pub
lished herewith :
Cairo, lilt., June ZS, Wi.
E. P. UiaimoHiM,
Maxaoia Lira AisociaTiOM ;
Dear Sir : It.is with very great pleas
ure that I acknowledge the receipt at
our hands of the full amount for which
my wife was insured in tho Life Associa
tion of America.
As this money was not due until Sep
tember next I was very much surprised
this morning when you handed me the
check for the full amount of the policy.
Pleases return my warmest thanks to
your principal officers for this remarkably
prompt settlement.
Yours respectfully,
20 6t Carl L. Thomas.
Go to tho Thalia for tho best Weiss
beor in town. S-21dtf
Paklleatloa eaee, Bsslletlss BaOetlafr,
WssaklsstTtoss Avmss.
A friend of ours, from St. Louis, saya
that politically, tho people thero are un
divided ; all for Grcoloy and Brown.
The Cairo box and basket factory, are
shlppplng large quantities of tholr pro
ductions to the south.
Our thanks are duo Mr. Misonhtmer
of Dongola, for a tack of flour made from
now wheat
John W. Avery, who Is to be hung at
Patorson, New York, to-day, lived in this
city somo yeart ago.
There are mora stranger in Cairo nt
the present time, than for year past. A
large number have "come to stay."
TnE prominent men of our Citv will
commence returning home to-night, from
toe Bprinefleld Convention, whoro nearlv
all have been in attendance.
The rain last n In tit and this morninc
was producive of a cood result In allay
ing the dust which hat for tho past two
week rendered traveling on our street!
rather disagreeable.
Henry II. Myers is an aitist of some
genius, and wo find him dlsulayitc it in
character ot gold, on the aparatus of the
Roughs preparatory to their parade on
the Fourth of July.
Ir anyone know the particular of the
shooting scrape that occurred on Sixth St.,
Wednesday night, wo will be under obli
gations if they will impart the samo to us-
We do not know why peoplo aro so re
ticent abjut divulging news, the particu
lars of which the public are interested in
and the main facts are being discussed dai
ly on me streets.
What Chang-Wung, a Chinaman who
passed through Cairo the other day think
of it: "Chine-tine wi-te-ane, tsi-ince
whiskeo-wung tooe mucboe.'' '
Ir the health officer will inform us where
be may found or call at this offico wo will
point out to him several nuisances that
ought to be abated.
The Raffle of O. Boyle's watch will como
off on Saturday night at tho old Del
monico. Mr. Boyle desires to return his
thankt to these gentlemen, who havo
taken a part in the raffle as it will be of
great assistance to him in going to the Hot
Springs for his health.
By a circular beforo us, wo are advised
that G."W. Honey, State Treasurer of
Texas, has been removed fron his office
and our former fellow townsman P. Reilly
Esq., is temporarily ensconced in the office.
"We observed a corps of engineers, sling
ing cbaint, lighting round and having
stakes placed in the ground In the vicinity
of the Ballard warehouse, yesterday; we
did not ask any questions; it may have
something to do with the Cairo and St.
Louis railroad.
Best Weiss boor at the Thalia. 6-21dt
Maonolia Ladies' Slipper at Elliott &
Haylhorn's, just received. . tf.
Excellent Weiss beer at the Thalia.
Weiss beer constantly on band at the
Thalia saloon. 5-Jldtf
Mr. Thistlewood, of tho firm ot This
tlcwood Sc Co., Ohio lovee, met with an
accident yesterday by which bo sprained
his ankle to such an extent, that bis usual
activo locomotion has been somewhat
interfered with. The accident though
painful is not serious, and wo hopo soon
to find him on 'change, place dela rat.
Could not our Hebrew friends bo in
duced to build a synagogue in this city?
We have no doubt they would meet with
encouragement from all of our cltizons;
and nearly all other denominations are
represented by substantial structures.
We received tho following " item"
through the mail yesterday, and givo it as
it :ame to us without comment: "The
noxt sensation in our city will bo the mar
riage ,of a bachelor of 47 to a charming
belle of 20 summers."
A splendid lot of Magnolia and Em
press Ladies' Slipper at Elliott & Hay
horn's, Commercial avenue. tf.
Go to Win. Ehlera. on Twentieth
street, for your flno custom made boots
and shoos. Ycu can't do better. Try
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vessel is war
ranted to cook quicker and better than
any vessel in use, for sale at A. Ilalley's
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vessel saves
nearly half tho fuel and 10 per cent
weight which is lost in cooking the old
way. Sold by A. Ualley C-201ra
Wo huvo a good supply of Burnett's
Steam Cooking Vessels Call and see
them. A. Halley
roR sale. two ueslrablo lots on
Commercial avenue, will bo sold cheap.
B. S. Harrell.
June 2Stb. dCt
Mr. Coffey, of tho firm of Coffey, Pace
& Co., will start south in a few days in tho
interest of his house. Let every houso in
Cairo send out a representative this fall ;
the more the merrier.
Our young friend Wm. P. Smyth ha
just returned to Cairo after an absence of
nearly a year, at St. Vincent's college,
Cape Girardeau, Mo., where ho has been
attending school. During tho pending
stato and national campaign, such men as
him might be heard from, with interest,
from the stump.
Billy Boffinoer is in our city secur
ing freight for the Bismark, We learn
from blm that a cargo of railroad iron is
now on the way from New Orleans, for
the Cairo and St. Louit railroad. This
lookt like business.
It is impotsiblo to cook poorly In Bur
nett's Steam Cooking Vessel. It is worth
doublo the price asked for it, for putting
up fruit. For sail nt A. Ilalley's, dealer
in stoves uud tinware. 6-20 lm
Dan. Ham-man has received or.o of the
largest stocks of Fruit Jarcs ever before
brought to Cairo, and is desirous of cloing
it out without delay. He therefore offers
Mason's Improved Porcelain self.sealors,
quarts at $3.00 per dozen ; glasswiro tops,
quarts, at ll.'.'B par dozen and half-gallon
ut $2.00 por dozen, These nro thocheapest
prices in the market. tf.
J. J. Anderson & Co., gas Utters, CI
Ohio Lcveo, over Lonergan & Cunning
hams, feed store, do all kinds of steam anp
gas fitting cheaper than the cheapest, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction In every in
stance. If they do not please they will
not charge. Glvo them a trial. They
know their business perfectly. Remember
tho pla co, 01 Ohio Leyce. 6-81
The Illinois Central Kail Hoa.l Company now
otlerfur sale the following deacrlbad loll inlFin
Addition to the City of Cairo, vis i
Lot !i7 block W. Lot 24 block 12,
" IS " a), " 27 12,
' & M, " IM " it,
8 M, ' 31 ' W,
" 3 Hi, 31 82.
orterms.eU. apply to JAMEU JOUNaON,
dll rri Agea'.
We made referenco a few days ago to
the Intention of a certain genlloman who
purposed to visit St. Louis that ho might
yield the ghest of celibacy; since then ho
has, (wo aro happy to say,) changed his
mind, and is now determined to select a
"better half from our midst.
The custom of carrying brass knucklos
is, wo regret to say, becoming widely dif
fused among that class of young men who
are denominated "fast." Our city author
ities should keep a watchful eyo over those
gents, and sco to it, that tho first detected
will suffer the full penalty of the law.
We understand that tho members of tho
military company which ha boon lately
organized, aro about to provide them
solves with a uniform. Wo havo seen
tho caps already, but would not feel justi
fied in expressing our opinion as they can
not bo contidcred a fair specimen of tho
Illh. Central R. It. Comp'y,
Aoknt's Office, Juno 28, 1872.
To persons wishing to attend tho na
tional democratic convention to bo held at
Baltimore, July Oth, 1872, we will toll ex
cursion tickots to Odin, Effingham, or
Mattoon and return, for ono and ono-half
faro for the round trip. Salo of tickots
will commence July 1st and discontinue
on departuro of the evening train on the
8th. Tickets will bo good to return until
i July 31tt, inclusive.
I 0.28-ot. James Johnson, Ag't.
Mr. Morgan, of Ann Arbor, Michi
gan, arrived In this city day boforo yestor
day, Mr. Morgan Is ono of tho persons
principally Interested In tho hub and spoko
factcry, and we nro pleased to learn that
the factory will bo placed In running
order and operations begun In a short
We wero ontortalncd vestcrdov bv n
novel kind of performance consisting of
benr-tumbllng, waltzing &c, Somo rem
nant of tho defunct Latin raco led n htigo
War around our streets, and put him
through vnrlnus motions such as tho
nbovo. Somo person struck a light" in
ono of tho gas lamps, and having culled
the attention of tho ownor ho mado his
animal climb tho lamp-post and extin
guish the light. He did it with facility.
Ho performed many other pleasing foats
worthy of notice, but tlmo presses us and
we must for-boar.
Jo. Courtway's description of the
preparations for the barbocuo which took
placo at Charleston, Missouri, on tho
24th Inst., was mathematically singular.
Tho "cako" of 12 oxen, 130 sheop, 1C pigs,
4 crates fish, 'J chickens and ducks, was to
bo placed In a hola in tho ground 400 feet
wide, two feet long and ono foot deep.
IIlakeniiuro aheap I Wines and Ci
gars 1 oldest and choicest, at tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposito the Post Office.
Finest of Liquors, Free Lunches nnd mu
sic every dry. Tho great Liberal and
Democratic, Grecly & Brown drink. Weis
Beer is made a specialty, and Fred prides
himself upon keeping the freshest and
coolest In tho ctly. Lemonades tho cold
est, mixed drinks and music tho finest.
Go there. C-27tf
AoaxT'a OrricE. 1. C. R. K. Co.,1
Catao, June YD, 1K72.
Wo will commenco tho dato of excur
tion tickcli fur tho 4th of July to points
on tho line of this road on the evening of
tho 3rd and discontinue on tho departure
of the evening train on tho 4th. Tickots
will bo good until July 5th inclusive.
Ono and one-fifth fare will bo charged for
the round trip. James Johnson, Ag't.
Last night between ten and cloven
o'clock, when honest, sober and
respectable pooplo wero elthor in
bed or preparing to retire, some
mlserablo drunken wretches drove
down Poplar stroot in a buggy whooping
and yelling In n manner that would
put to shame tho most uncouth savage. If
people must bo annoyed in this way the
offenders should be ferreted out and pun
ished to tho limit of tho law.
Catao, Ills., June 2tth, 1b7-
Em to a Caiso Oi'llitik :
Sir: I feel somewhat injured through
a small mistake which I saw In your pa
per of the 26th inst. James Ulllson did
call me a d d ion of a b h and I did
knock him down, but I am not -in Mis
souri or in McHalo'i temple, but I am fol
lowing my daily vocation and permitted
to board with my family, on the corner of
28th itreetand Commercial avenue.
Youn Respectfully,
Tur. thunderstorm, night before last,
was about the severest that has visited us
for a long time. Remote peals of thunder
wero beard early in the night, followed
by vivid flashes of lightening that re
reeled the darkest cornor of our room,
and made u feel as tbougn we were
transported into the realm of ethereal
brightness. A the night advanced rain
commenced to fall, the thunder resounded
throughout tho stillness with n terrific
crash and the stroaks of lightening as they
pierced tho universal darkness sent a
thrill of horror through us. Wo wero
inclined to retlro to some church, there to
bewail our insignificance. Wo recovered
ourselves however, nnd determined to do
penanco at tho earliest opportunity. Tho
rain fell all through the latter part of tho
night and ceased about ten o'clock next
day. So far ns wo havo learned, tbero
was no damage dono in the vicinity of
Mr. and Mrs. Gkorue Ku.is reside on
19th street. Tho aforesaid Mr. and Mrs.
Ellis are what are familiarly called Amer
ican citizens of African descent; in other
words their skins aro a shado darker than
tho blackest thunder cloud thut ever dark
ened the horizon. From demonstrations
mado yesterday about noon, it appears
that the conjugal stato of the abovo men
tioned couple is not of tho peculiar kind so
inspiringly portrayed by poets nnd ro
mance writers, but showed conclusively
that thoy view lifo and nil its relations
from n purely practical stand point. On
this occasion thoy allowod their iro to raise
to such a pitch ns to entirely ignoro tho
plighted vows of duys gono by, ond went
for each other in a truly puglistic style.
After a few gallons of prospiration had
poured from their ebony faces and several
pounds of wool had been flung to the
breeze, Mrs. E. gatherod an ax and drovo
the partner ot hor sorrows from tho field
of carnago, leaving her the proud victor
and possessor of all the spoils.
l From the Paducah Kentuckian.
We spent last Sunday in Cairo, and wo
confess that wo enjoyed oursotf greatly.
Wo met numbors of friends of Aufd
Lang Syno who received ut cordially
end treated ut with the greatest courtesy
and attention. But thisis a characteristic of
the Culroltes ; they aro u generous, whole,
souled people, and lack no qualities that
constitute gentlornon. and wo shall grate
fully remember their kindness to us.
In our porambulatiout wo wore struck
with tho many substantial improvements
that wero In progress in overy portion of
tho city, ana tho livoly business appear
unco it is assuming. During tho war,
Cairo sprang up in rapid mushroom
stylo, and at the closo nf tho war, and tho
reaction took place, tho people fult that
they bad boon but little benefitted by it.
The prosent growth of the placo promisos
to bo healthy and strong, howevor, and
upon the completion of tho many rail
roads which are in couno of construction
to that city, a moro rapid growth of the
place and increase in business and popula
tion may bo lookod for. If indefatigable
energy, Indomitable perseverance, and tho
largest liberality will build a city, tho Gal
roitos are bound to have It, and that
Wo visited the Bulletin office, nnd
found It one of the largest, finest and
most comploto nnd compact offices In the
western country. Oberly ha a six
cylinder, a Universal, Gordon, nnd a
Llborty press, nil propollod by a beauti
fully furnished and highly Improved
steam ongino. Attached to tho establish
ment is an oxtensivo book bindery. Tho
Bulletin Is a crcdltabto paper, is on a
firm footing, nnd owes its present pros
perity to tho unflagging efforts of Mr.
John Oberly.
Wo mot that Impcrturbnblo wag and
good nalurcd old cuss, Moso Harroll. nnd
had n hearty 'nugh nnd an entertaining
old tlmo with him. Moso is publishing
the best weekly pnpor In Illinois, and wo
nro truly glad to know thut ho Is on tho
high road to prosperity and famo. Wo
visited tho now customhouse and posl-of-flco.
This is an elegant building, and In
point of beuuly and ennvonicneo of finish
it cannot bo surpassed. Tho Calroltes nro
justly proud of It.
Stcamor Juttn, St. Louis.
" Hello Vernon, Cincinnati.
" James Gllmore, St. Louis. I
" Bismcrck, Now Orleans.
" Bco, Now Orleans,
" Mnry Houston, Now Orleans.
" Indiana "
" Louisville, Cinclnnntl.
" General Anderson, St. Louis.
" Colorado, Vl:ksburg.
" Hawkeyo, Cincinnati.
" Dick Fulton, Pittsburg.
" Jim. Fisk, Jr., Paducuh.
" Illinois. Columbus.
" Raven, St. Louis.
Steamer J ulin, Vieksburg.
" Bella Vornon, Memphis.
" James Gllmore, Louisville.
" Bi sinuruk, 1'h Jiiculi,
" Bco, St. Louis.
" Mary Houston, Louisville.
" Indiana, Evnii'svillo.
" Louisville, New Orleans.
" (Jon. Anderson, Florence.
" Colorado, Louisville.
" Hnwkcye. St. Louis.
" Dick Fulton, Now Orleans.
" Jim. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois. ( V.mnhus.
" Raven, Cincinnati.
Steamboats supplied ut ony time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Gratid Tower, Ills.
Special contracts offered on favorable
.terms upon application.
H. V. Olypiiant,
D. A. lioKKK, Ger.'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-16-ly.
no ATS to leave.
The splendid steamer James Howard
completes her cargo, and leaves this even
ing at tlvo o clock for Memphis, Vieks
burg und New Orleans. The fine passen
ger boat Henry Ames, takes her departuro
this morning for New Orleans and all
southern points. Tho flno nnd fast packet
City of Helena backs out at flvo o'clock
this ovening for Memphis and Vieksburg,
The John T. Moore leaves at 10 a.m., for
Red river. Tho Jim Fisk remember,
loaves at 4 p.m., lor Pnducah and way
Tho steady decline in tho Ohio rivor at
this point continues. Tho river at Pitts
burg is rising with eight feet In the chan
nel. Alleghany river is rising and coal
men aro getting their tows ready. Tho
Ohio at Louisville nnd Cincinnati is still
falling. Cumberland river remains tho
samo. Tennc'soo holds its own. Red
river is still rising. Arkansas river Is
still falling. The decline in tho Missis
sippi goes steadily on. Seven feet in the
channel to Evansville.
Business wus fair on tho levco yesterday
and ovorythlng looked lifo like. Tho'
weathor was cloudy with indications of
Tho,.Bello Vornon was n ground, 12
hours nt Caledonia. Sho discharged con
siderable town freight nnd received large
ly for Memphis.
The James Gilmoro brought out a tow
of empty coal barges from St. Louis and
left for Loulsviile.
Tho Bee passed up for St. Louis with a
largo tow of barge.
Tho Mary Houston had a largo mumber
of lady passonger. Sho left New Orleans
C hour behind the Indiana passed her
under way and arrived hero thrco hours
Thu Louisvlllo passed down with a fair
trip. Sho did not add anything horo.
The Gen. Anderson pasted up for Ten
ncssee river towing u barge.
Tho Dick Fulton had a big tow of Pitts
burg coal for southern points.
Tho Jim Fisk leaves Paducah, now, at
7J o'clock a.m. and arrived hero in tlmo to
connect with tho afternoon train loaving
nt 2j o'clock.
The Kato Kinny has luid up at Louis-
ville. Cnpt. Elliott's now steamer Bella of
Whito is nearly completed, her chlmnoys
have beon placed in position.
Most of tho crow of tho Tom Jasper
havo gone to St. Louis for a few days.
Her turn comes noxt.
Hilly Bollinger of St. Louis was lu town
yestorduy on u business trip. Billy sports
u flno Greeley's hat.
t'lty NnllouHl Bnuk IIiiIIUIuk.
aaJ3pccial attention paid to orders Irom steam
boats night or day
Truth and Poetuy. Milton puts into
tho mouth or Idicifor, in "Parudise Lost,'
thoso mcmoruble words- "To bu wouk is
miserable." Never was n truer sentence
written than this supposed to ho wrung
from tho arch-fiend In his impotenco and
agony. Every victim of nervous debility
or of that depressing languor which is ono
of tho accompaniments of dyspepsia und
biliousness, can testify to tho misery
of mind und body which thoy Involve
Tho motivo power of tho system is par
tially paralyzed; the mind is haunted by
anxiety and fear ; and tho sufferer Is as In
capable of applying himself onorgetlcally
to any kind of business ns if lie wero under
tho benumbing influenco of catulopsy,
This torrlblo mental and physical condi
tion need not, however, bo endured"' for
forty-oight hours by any human being.
a'lantation jiitterh is an absolute
spoclflo for all the torments which a de
ranged stomach, a disordered liver, and
shattered nerves, superinduce.
Tho Arlington Oardoti, a delightful
place of resort, li now readv for visitor.
Tents have boon spread on tho green
swaru, a nigh, closo fenco surrounds too
garden, nnd ladles and gentlomon may
nfilnv thn finest nf Iaa m-A itm mini.
osi of lemonade, free from tho public gaze.
T. B, Ellis, Prop'r.
One or two respectable young men or
boys can hear of n comfortablo place to
board, wherothoro aro no other boarders,
by inquiring for H. at The Bulletin of
fico. Terms reasonable. 28-6t
I) we i.i.i no House for Rent. T,i
second story of the brick building on tho
corner of Washington avenue and 18th
street, containing six well furnished
rooms, good cistern and necessary out
houses, I for rent on roasonablo terms.
Apply to Samuel M. Orr, Casey's coal
yard, opposite St. Charles hotel.
Wm. Ehlors.nt his shop on Twentieth
street, opposito the Court House hotel, is
manufacturing boott and shoes, of every
stylo and variety, warranted to gtvo per
fect satisfaction. Ho keeps genuine French
calf nnd gives his customer all ho prom
set. tf
Heavy Ring, glass Fruit Jars, (tin top)
quarts $1.25 nnd half gallons, $2 per doz.
Genuine "Mason Improved," Fruit Jars,
(glass top, self scaler,) quarts $2, and half
gallons $3 per dozon. Best W. G. (Iron
stone china) plates and teas, 00 cents per
set. Flno goblots, only 10 cent apiece.
Other goods in proportion, at
Parsonk, Davis Se Co.'s,
C-10-tf 5 and 7 Tenth street.
Just Arrived, another lot ot
Wayno's patent self-ventilating Refrig
erators and Ico Chests. Wo nro selling
Ice Chests at thn following Cincinnati
prices, viz: $11 00, $13 00, $16 00, $17
20, etc. Refrigerators at from $20 00 to
$46 00, and best of city reference given
as to convenience of uso and econosay of
ico. Every family should have one.
6-31-30d. Beerwart, Orth Co.
Ice Cream has becomo the institution
of tho season, nnd Phil Saup's tho most
popular in tho city, ills saloon ha be
come, in fact, lee cream headquartori, and
It Is not tho fashion to cat tho luxury any
where else. It is kept with scrupulous
enre, is neat and tidy, and tho presenco of
no questionable characters is permitted in
it. Mr. Saup has, also, always on hand
fresh cukes of all kinds, candies, notions,
toys, iVc, and deserves a continuation and
an increnso of tho popular favor in which
his establishment is held. 6-7dtf
Fred. Blanke.viiero has engaged a
new pianist, an accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from the old coun
try. Ho Is a very lino performer and
Fred's is a flno instrument; consequently,
tho music of tho Excolslor, like Its liquor
and cigars, is not excelled In the west.
Go and listen to tho music and try some of
Prod's cool Weiss beer. 6-23 tf
Wm. Eichoff has puchased tho estab
lishment of Eichoff Brothers, in Cairo,
and now proposes to prosccuto the furnl
turo manufacturing business with new
vigor, and pledges himself to sell furniture
if every description, cheaper than ever be
fore. Try blm. 0-261
The Bulletin job printing is detter
and cheater than that of any office in
tho state of Illinois. Wo mean what wo
say. Come and see us I
William II. Green, i
William B Gilbert, V CAIIIO, ILLIffOW.
Miles F. Gilbert, J
THpecia. attention given to Admiralty and
teambuat business.
William J. Allen, )
Samuel I'.WIieeler.J
aHrl'articular attention paid to river and ad
miralty business,
OFFICE Over First National Bank, Ohio Levee.
(Successor to P. Baup.)
l'2 Commeiclal Avenue,
1) r. H. K, Fields Informs the public that he hat'
opened a
L I V K H Y H T A li L E,
on tho northwest into of Tenth street as nsatxi
II lu Btnblea will be furnished with none but the
and tho public may be accommodated at all hours
nf the day nnd niuiit with sale teams on (he LOW
I'r, ridels nska a shun ot public patronage,
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing ana
strict Miention to buainesa.
r. Di HEXI'OBB, .... Preprletor
Cor. Ohio Lkvke & Second St. "Jk
Baggage cenreyed to and from the Depot free
ol charge. .deevtf

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