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THE OAlKO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBERS, 1872.
THE BULLETIN. '
FaMIatla ware, Mnllrtla R attar
Crowded. The aoutliern bo-
on the I. 0. K. ft hvo been e
po.leogers In Ibo last few dp
A Row or Tiijcm. f
loaded with produce
after another, landed
busy telling tb
dl.po.td of qv'
..lovon flat boat,
of all kinds, one
hero on Sunday last.
,L. The Hibernian aro
cir ball ticket!. McIIalo
ite n number of thoin jester-
ID, We aro Informed tbat two
store-rooms in tno now oiock on
Ellington avenue, nro routed for buii-
Pat Ur. Quito a number of citltens
are on the delinquent Hit for non-payment
of pcnonal taxes. A hint to tbc
wtia li lufficlent.
Tnx IIorsis Diskasf.. No mistake
about It. Tho epizootic In In Cairo. Sov
tral well authenticated case, wcro reported
yesterday in addition to thoso lint re
ported. A Mian Timr Yesterday morning
one of our millinery .tore. w entered
while tho proprietor was sweeping tho
sidewalk in front of her door, and twenty
dollars stolen from tho drawer.
Handsoxib. Arter Is decoratlnc the
front of bis butlnctt botne. Tho additions
improve its appcarenco ijreatly and when
finished It will bo among the handsomojt
if not Me handsomest building on Com
For Twentv-Fivs Years. Lawrenco
Bird, colo cd, tried at Charleston last
week for tho murder Iat Christmas of an
other negro In Mlsilsslppl county, Mo.,
was sentenced to the penitentiary at Jef
ferson City for twenty-fivo years.
Police Count. B. Shannessy presid
ing. John Sanders, drunk, lined $2 00
and costs; paid.
John Montgomery, drunk, was sent
on tho chain gang for six days.
Tni Finest Flao in Town. Tho Cai
ro Casino, tho latter part of last week, re
ceived their now flag from St. Louit. It
is six feet long, and four feet wide, made
of silk and manufactured cntiroly by
hand. It it edged by a handsomo 'ringo
and elegantly embroidered. In tho cen
tre, under tho devico of two hands clasped,
are the words ' Cairo Casino, organized
December Utb, 1807." Tho Hag cost in
the neighborhood of two hundred dollars.
Sentenced to the Penite.vtiaby.
The negro Williams who murdered Mul
len, a white man, over a year ago tit
Mound City, and who was sentenced some
tlx months ago to bo hung, had n new trial
at the last term of the Pulaski county cir
cuit court. Williams' last tcntonco is fif
teen years in the'penitentiary. Tho jury
was composed of ton white men and two
colored men. Ono of the colored jurors
was in favor of banking AVilliarn., but
finally agreed to tho above sentence.
To aid to the attractions of tho Thalia
saloon and restaurant, which it is to well
known serves oysters in tvory ttylef the
every morning at ten o'clock, and invite,
the public to come and partako thereof,
without money and without price. Fur
thermore, if you would indulgo in n glass
of lager, pure wine, hot punch, Tom ur.d
Jerry, or any of the popular cold weather
drinks, you can obtain it nowhere in
more palatable shape, than at tho "Thalia,1'
corner or Washington avenue, and
Twelfth ttreet. lL'-S-tf.
.Masonic At u regular conclave of
Cairo Comtnandery, K. T., No. 13, held
.Masonic ball, Uairo, Monday evening, 2d
Dec , A. D. 1872, A. O. 754, the following
omcen were elected, to serve for tho en
tulng Templar jer:
Sir E, Coan, Kminent Commander j
Mr John Antrim, Generalissimo;
SlrL. 11. Jorgcnien, Captain General;
SirH. Wardner, Prolate;
Sir A. W. O'Neal, Senior Warden ;
Sir U. F. Blake, Junior Wurden ;
Sir 0. Winston, Treasurer;
Sir James A.Phillis, Recorder ;
Sir Charles Wilion, Standard Bearer ;
SirO.T. Whitlock, Sword B.-arer ;
Sir E. S. Chester, ,arder.
Death or Mk. Mura.v. Many of our
citixons will remember William Moran, a
printer who worked for a long time in the
Cairo 'Times' office, and ufterwards in
the 'Democrat' and Bulletin Job offices.
We have learned, with doep sorrow, that
he died a few days g in St. Louis, ono of
tho victims of tho small-pox. The de
ceased leaves a wife, whom he married in
this city, to mourn his loss. William
Moran was ono of natures noblemen. He
was not brilliant. There was In his com
position little of the aggressive spirit
which meets tho obstacles of tho world
and overcomes them with a nourish f
trumpets. HB WM a quiet, Indu
bious, honest man, who loved
his neighbor as himself ; never hesitated to
We hi, "last loaf with n friend; used
Sv,W0 10 turny "rath; lived
loved by all who knew him, above re-
could be There I. not, we know, any
man or woman or child, who knew Wii
liara Moran well, who will not ,tlolm, llU
untimely death. If J the world
a Hiinin Aioran was. tueiio rion a....
would be recognized us prcsont, when all
. Boou would bo each man't aim.
Sniirii Tuiiiii.... . .... ....
.... u..u. ,tWy ,)C(!I1 6ngllt.d ,I1H
conflict fur his rights with Dr. Hot, Hubo
has, we are happy to learn, come olT with
flying colors. The;iW.tor Udl.con.olat,.
He i. out of pocket and out of spirit dt.
cidedly to. On Monday morning, at cock
crow, the meek aad gentle South entered
hit .addle and bridle shop or rather the
ahop he claimed as bis and obtained the
key by persuading the Jourr.eyrnan that
lie bad a right to It. In possession, South
looked calmly around, and, when Hulse't
xepretontallve came In, a few wordt were
uttered and Ilulta't repre.enta
ttr weot oat. On Monday night,
the content, of '-Hulse's taddlo
shop" disappeared from tho city in
tho possession of tho owner. South it
happy. Justice hat been done; and wo
beg leavo to ask tho compounder of tho
celebrated Hindoo lovo powdtr, bow ho It,
a ml whethor ho think, tho harness busi
ness Jprofltable. When South borrows
another hundred dollars nt tho rate of ono
hundred anil twenty-eight per cent, per
annum, mav wo bo thero to ace tho usurer
rccei vo punishment. Tho tpcctaclo Is con
Hrevitiks Wllov and Hlxby have
Just received n flno lot of lamp?, burners
and chimney.', and exceedingly cheap.
Call and uxamlne. 13-4-31.
County court Is grinding nwny.
Tho wether was pleasant yuslerday.
A child' fur capo, found on Saturday
evening last, can be had by tlio owner nt
Tho musical Elsenborg was niarrUd
last Sunday night to Mls Mary A.
Col. Ronton of tho Joncsboro 'Qa
zuttc,' was In tho city jeiteiday, and
cilhvl on Tiik Bulletin.
Col. Willis of Metropolis, dropped In
on us yesterday, In company with Co).
Pope and Col. Duvl, of tho 'Sun.'
Col. Munn left yesterday for ash
ington. Col. McIIale has live or tlx military
gentlemen under bis charge and mu,tor
them daily on the ttreet.
Col. Wood grows as n cundid:ito for
mayor. Ho would not refuse tbo crown.
Col. Green was one of tho attorneys
who prosecuted tho negro Williams to
conviction nt Mound City last week.
Tho cpizoot is making progress
n this city. Tho mules are now getting
it up their tnootf.
W in. Hogttalf, a gambler not of credit
and renown, sentencod by Judge Shan-
netsy, lies pining in the city jail.
Baugh hasn't got tho small-pox any
Our columns .how that the city coun
cil ha. been in session. Tho proceedings
of tbo moeting'on Monday night are im
A Marx it rcmodJling tbo front room
of the Southern hotel, and will exhibit in
it toon, n9 flno a stock of clothing as nun
bo found anywhere.
Stuart, of tho tlrm of Stuart & Gobi
ton, Is on hit way north to buy u complete
stock of holiday goods. Get ready to buy
when ho returns.
Col. James Johnson, agent of tho Ills.
Contra) R. it., and Col. A. A. Arlck left
town yesterday afternoon for Springtlold,
Uloomlngton and Clinton.
Col. H. Boflngor, agent of tho St.
Louis and New Orleans puckct coin jinny,
is in this city in tho interest of Hoflnger &
Pegratn of the Tcxat and Pacific railroad.
Thoro was singing at the conservatory
of music last night. The conservatory
is clo.'o to Tin: Buelgtin office, and wo
got our music, liko a 10 o clock lunch nt
Jaekcl's, Walker", Parker's or Gates', for
nothing, but wo don't get a drink thrown
John J. Cormlck laid hit nimblo fin
ger, close to the valise of n gentluman nt
tho depot, and tho valise immediately,
much to John's surprise, fastened itself to
thoso fingers. Finding himself in this
predicament and fearing tho consequences
John mado haste towards the cotton wood
thicket near the St. Charles. Ono of our
policemen with his good lynx, eye, espied
the disappearing carpet aack and pursued
it. As swift as tho antelope in his gait,
the policeman captured the sack and
brought it to town witli John clinging to
It. His bail, Qxed. by Judgo Ilrost, is
$200. Ho lingers In Jail.
REUULAR JOINT SESSION OF THE CITY
Council CiiAMnnn, 1
Cairo, ills., Dec. '2, lav:.
Present His Honor, Muyor Lansden,
and Cunningham, Halliday, Hurd, Met-
talf, Phlllis, Bobinton, Tuylor, Wood and
On motion of Councilmun Wood tho
rending of tho journal was dispensed
Tho following reports wore prosented,
and on motion of Councilman Wood were
received and ordered filed, viz: Of F,
Uroes, P. M., for October; of It, F. Bil
lingily, police constable, for October and
November; of Polico Constable. Whit
camp, Lulluc, Mchncr and Helm, tor No-
vemoer; of Y m. Mcllnle, Jailer, for No-
vember; and of Polico Constable Mehner
on tho condition of tho street lamps in
Alderman Walder appeared In his
STREET COMMITTEE KEI'ORl.
Tho street committco to whom, on the
Utb ult,, wat rclerrid a remonstrance
against tho building of a sidewalk on tho
south side of Thirteenth street, between
Commercial und Washington uvonuee, re
ported buck tho same recommending that
it bo laid on the table. On motion of
Councilman Hurd the report w-. received
and tho recommendation concurred in.
The street committee submitted u report
sotting forth that tho preparation of the
everal documents and papers connected
with the proceedings in court und other
wise, to be instituted for the enforcement of
special assessments for street improve
incuts, will involvo a greater degreo of
labor thun should be, or can bo ri-aionably
expected from the present city officers.
nicy, tiierelore, recommended that ud
dltlonul professional assistance bo tecured
at such compensation as tlio street com
mittee might think proper. Councilman
uumuay moved to receive tho report, und
concur in the roeommendution of the com
mlttco. Lost by tho following voto:
Ayes-Halliday, Metcalf, Taylor and
Wulder 4. Nays Cunningham, Hurd,
Phlllis, Jloblnaon, Wood and W'oodard
ORDINANCE COMMITTEE RKl'OJtT.
The ordinance committee submitted the
following ordinances, which wore read
and ,)V(ir for a Wco(1 rcftlli vsj
An firdlllkrina In -1.1 .1.. . ...
t,..,.. ,7i; ti ",u .nn" r ire coir.
'i. ' . " " "ru '-'"Hi
Jr." " "ro ""itHiH-liouse.
V lb Ulliailll U 111 I he. flu. it
cUvorilalr...' "v '"""ClI or tile
lion of their (Ire cnglnc-housc, the mayor
and city clerk are hereby authorized to
draw an order on the city treasurer lor the
mi m or one thousand dollars ($1,000) In fa
vor of .aid Aran Kiro company, to bo deliv
ered to Mid company upon the execution by
them of a bond and mortgage to said city on
tho Mid engine house premises to secure to
kiiltl city the re-puymcnt to it by unld Arab
Klro company ol'tfie amount of nald order In
three year. Irom tho date thereof, tho .aid
order to bo so delivered to said Arab Fire
company upon the nxecutlou and nrrango-
meni oi sum uuini aim montage to tlie satl
(action or the commltto on IIikuico.
An Ordinance to amend Section ;l of Ordl
liaueo No. 14.
Be It ordained bytho city council of the city
bectlon l. That said section 3 or said ordi
nance No. II, bo amended by nddlng nt the
cnij or s-ild eetioll thu word, "or out of the
gelieiul Hind, or such other fund applicable
thereto, us said city council may direct."
Coimcllinin Taylor presented n petition
of upwards of two liundrod legal voter, of
tho city of Cairo, praying the council
to submit to a voto of tho elector, oi .aid
city, tho question us to whether .aid city
shall Loco tno Incorporated under tho act
entitled "an act to provido for tho incor
poration of citle. and villugos," approved
April 10, 1872.
In connection with tho petition Coun
cilman Taylor offered the following reso
lution, which were, on motion of council
man Wood, adopted, viz i
ltesolved, That tbo question u. to
whether the city of Cairo shall become in
corporated under tho act entitled "un act
to provido for the incorporation of cities
and villages" approved April 10, 1872,
und in force July 1, 1H72, be submitted to
a vote of tho elector, in .aid city.
ltesolved, That at the tamo election at
which the question shall be submitted a.
to whether the city of Cilro .ball become
incorporated under tho law referred to in
tho preceding resolution, there bo alto
submitted for adoption or rejection tbo
quostidn of "minority representation" in
Hie city council of said city a. provided
for by section C, article 4, of .aid act en
titled "an act to provido fur tbo incorpora
tion of cities nnd vlllagos."
ltesolved, Tbat the election to bo hold
for the purposes of tho preceding resolu
tion, ahull be held on Tuesday tbo 7lh
day of January next, nnd that lor tho pur
xho of tald election tho city .ball bo di
vided into two election districts, one of
which shall comprlto nil tho territory
south nnd east of tho center lino of
Twelfth street extended to the Ohio nnd
Mississippi rivers, and tho other all of the
territory north and west of that line, and
and that the lilaco nt which t'.'O votes shall
bo taken in the district south and east of
the center linn of Twelfth street oxtended
as abovo shall bo the engine-houso of tho
Uough and Ready Firo company, No. 3,
and the place at which tho vole, .ball bo
taken in the district north and west of .aid
lino shall bo tho court-house, and tbat the
mayor bo and ho is hcroby instructed to
givo tlio proper r.otico of such election by
publishing tlio sainn in tho Cairo Daily
hullktin, Cairo Dally sun ' nnd Ualro
ltesolved, That tbo mayor bo and he it
hereby renuested tonominnto for confirm
ation by hit council throo person, to act
nt judges of election nt each voting place
during said election.
Tho mayor nominated a. judge, of said
election, for the north election district,
John II. Robinson, )t. Fitzgerald and 0.
F. Nellie, and for tho south election dis
trict, Jos. McKonzIe, Peter Saup and A.
Eschbacb. Said nomination, were con
firmed by tho following voto: Ayes
Cunningham, Halliday, Hurd, Metcalf,
Phillit, Taylor, Walder, Wood and Wood
ward 0. Nnv Robinson 1.
Tho following bills were presented, and
on motion of Councilman Taylor referred
to the committee on claims, viz:
Cairo Box and Basket Co., lumber lor
pei nouc ; ia
ltarvl.iv Ilroi., vaccine virus 4 00
A llully, hardware fcr pest house,
jail, etc 28 35
Nicholas Keith, burying four small
pox cases yj 00
Dr 11 Wardner, professional services
on account of smull-pox patients. . GO 00
Nick illlams, incut, etc., lor pest
house fur November U 40
V UUer, 12 pr. blanket, and .1 cot.
for pest house 47 25
M J MeOaiiley, drugs aud prescrip
tiont for pest houe 10 50
Jos Smith, beds und oeddlng 10 05
li .Mc.Muuus, bedding lor pest house. . 10 40
F M Warren it Bro.,' stove aud hard
ware lor pest house 24 20
Jumes ltoss, 2J tons coal for pc.t
houc 11 25
UrC (j Parker, vaccinating 51 per
sons 12 75
Dr J U Sullivan, vaccinating 100 per
sons 25 00
Geo schelimel, rent of pest house, pro
i isious furnished, etc 39 75
L Jorgcn-en, groceries for pest bouse 3'J 1)0
sutl'onl, Morris it Cuiidee, Insurance
or coruol John. Sack jercrin build
in;; near pest house 2 50
W W Wooton, superintendence of
pct houau 30 days in November... 90 00
Henry Diekei'on, labor at pest house
in November 40 10
Juckson Gum, labor at pest house
Nov. 10 days 25 11
Sandy White, labor ut pest bouse
Nov. 8J days 13 35
John Uladney, hauling 40 loads of
lumber 20 00
1' Conlun, 25 days work in Nov 50 25
Thos, Fitzgeruid, 20 days work In
Nov 50 25
Win. McHale, 25 days work In Nov. 50 00
It II Cunningham, rent of Council
Chamber in Nov 40 00
John II Obcrly, publishing proceed
in;?) In Nov.. and other advertising 01 28
Win .McHale, jailer, dieting prisoners
lu Nov., 4.MJ days 228 00
Patrick Cahid, hauling drunken man
to jail to
Cairo City Gas company, gus con
sumed In 87 street lamps in N11V. ... 301 60
Cairo City Gus company, gas con
sumed ut II, and H und 11 engine
houses, city jail mid council cham
ber, threu 1110s to Dec. 1 31 30
.John MeNulty, going to court-house
for desk 50
Caino Box und BasKet company lum
ber ut ill) 108 52
Morrl-, Hood A: Co. ,6,000 feet of lutn
berut 111 110 00
Parsons, Davis A Co., qucciiswarc lor
)est house.. . . ;j &0
Newll tc Karrlu, lumber ut )J2 109 38
M Cahlll. hauling drunken man to jail 50
Wm I. llumhletou, re 1 hi Irs 011 Cache
rler liridgo (per contract with
special committee) part payment.,. 250 00
L A Burnett, Nov, salary at
comptroller 60 00
A Cain, Nov. salary us marshall 7ft 00
M .1 llowley. Nuv. salary as clerk.... 100 00
It A ( iinnlngliam Nov. salary us
tieasiircr 100 00
L II .Myers, Nov. salary us chief of
police 83 33
C .Mehner, P Helm, 11 P Martin. It
F Ulllliigsly, Fred Wliltcaiiip and
.1 C l.allue, police constables, Nov.
sulary'i each 75 00
F llross, P, .M., one month salary to
Dec. li 25 00
Tim following resolution, introduced
by Councilman Tuylor was, on motion of
Councilman Hurd, adopted by the fol
lowing voto : uytli Cunningham, Hurd
Robinson, Metcalf, Taylor, Walder an
WooJard, 7; nay, Halliday, Philll.
and Wood, 3.
Whekkam, movements aro on foot in
various part of the South to construct
railroads from various points, there to
connect with other, terminating here
coming from the North, aud it Is under
stood that a convention of delegates from
varieu. point, interested lu ;tbe eou.truv-
lion of somo of theso road., will be held at
Pari., Tennessee, on December 10, instant,
Resolved That a commlttoo to bo cotnro
ed of such members of the city council,
and of such citizen, a. he may doom expe
dient, be appolntod by tbo Mayor, whoso
duly it .hall bo to repre.ont tho city of
Cairo in tlio convention, 10 00 neiu on
Docember istli instant, at raru, 'lennes
too, to confer thero with dolcgatc. from
othor section. Interested in tho construc
tion of railroad, to this point, and gencr
hIIv to adopt such measure, then, nnd
heretftor, at will conduco to the encour
agement of thu construction 01 tiiu aamo.
Resolved, That tho rcasonablu expenses
of such dclci:atet appointed at above, as
attond said convention, bo paid out of the
Councilman Hurd moved that the num
bor of delegates lu attend said con ven tlou
bo fixed at three. Curried.
Tho following resolution was introduced
by Councilman Taylor and, on motion,
adopted, viz ;
Whereas, The extensive business
transacted upon tho tracks of the Illinois
Central railroad company on tho Ohio
leveo between fourth and f ourteenth
ttrcett render, it Impracticable to make n
chango in tho location of thoso trackt this
fall.therofore bo It
Resolved, That this council hereby
agrees to and acquiesce, in a doln w of tha
proposed change or tno railroad track, on
tho Ohio levco between Fourth and
Fourteenth street, by the Illinois Central
railroad company until the earliest pactic
able porlod iu tho on.uing spring, upon
the terms previously agreed upon.
Councilman Wood offered the following
resolution, which wa. on motion of Coun
cilman Taylor adopted, viz:
Resolved, That tho mayor bo und is
hereby authorized to appoint a committeo
of this council to act in conjunction with
a committco of citizen, to adopt such
measure, a. they may deem expedient to
commemorate in a tuitablo manner tbo
completion of tho Cairo and Viaconnet
Alderman Cunningham moved that five
mombers of the council bo appointed on
laid committee. Carried. Tho chair ap
pointed a. tall committeo Councllmen
Taylor, Hurd und Halliday, and Alder
men Cunningl.sm and Robinson.
Alderman Ibbinson ottered tho follow
ing resolution which was, on motion of
Alderman Molcalf, udoptod, viz :
Whereas, Thero are in the possession
of the circuitclerk of Alexander county,
received by him with tho records of the
court of common pleat of tho city of
Cairo, a considerable number of jury cer
tificates of said court, which nro signed
and ready for delivery, but which have
novor been called for, and from thu great
lapse of time sluco they were prepared it
is probable nevsr will bo called for, there
fore, Resolved, Tbat tho flnsnco committee
bo and tboy herjby are instructed to bavo
the tald ccrtlflca es destroyed bv burninc.
duplicate lists tel e mado of the same, to
do aisposea 01 at now proviuod ror by
ordinance iu othercase. of burning of evi
dence, of city indebtedness.
REPORT UPON HOUllI AND READY FIRE
The board of director, of the firo de
partment reported Dack the petition of tho
Rough and Ready Firo company, for a
now.uction for thor little onglne, rocom
mending that the prayer of tho petitioners
be granted. The toard submitted tho fol
lowing resolution for adoption, viz:
ltesolved, That the committee on the
firo department bs and they nre hereby
instructed and authorized to purchato a
suitable row suction hose for use by tho
Rough and Ready Firo company, No. 3,
on their .mall fire engine.
Alderman Robinson moved to recoivc
the report and adopt the resolution. Car
ried by the following vote: Ayes Cun
ningham, Halliday, Hurd, Metcalf, Phillii,
Robinson, Taylor, Walder, Wood und
Woodward 10. Nay 0.
Monday Evkni.no, Dec. 2, 1672.
Wo note an active murkct in Oats, Uuy
nnd Flour. Core i. extremly dull, scarce
ly any demand at all. Tho highest offer
to-day on mixed In sack. wa. 42c. Wbitu
commands a littio better figure although
dealer, make r.o difference in price be
tween white and mixed in thu New Or
leans market and tbat market to a great
oxtont govern, this. It l only an unus
ally lurgo order and milling demand tbat
makes sometime, great difference in
thu price, of the two grade, in this market.
Report, from New Orleans .how that
business i. somewhat retarded by the
cplzuotio among tho horse, of draymen
making it difficult to move produce.
The epidemic ha mado it. appearance
here but a. yet has had no effect on busi
ness, being confined to car
riago hortet and thoso belonging to
livery .tables. Tonago it very scarce
The riven nro lower than they have been
before tbit season and freight, are stiff ut
quotations with u strong tendency to go
higher. Boats are compelled to run light
during the present stage of water, ncurly
all that have left during tho last fow days
have run aground, und tho river to St.
Louis is full of boats waiting for u "rise''
lo float them down.
Tiie weather hat changed again, nnd to
day it it warm and pleasant but very un
favorable for dressed poultry of which the
market is glutted.
-Correspondents should bear in
mind that cur quotation, represent prices
for round lot. from first hands, unless
otherwise stated, and that in filling small
orders higher price, must bo pald.jjsj
FLOUR. The murkot is firm, and tbo
demand for choice grade, i. increasing.
There i. a flno prospect for a large nnd
steady business in tho best brands. Price,
remain a. previously quoted. Wo note
tales of 200 barrels XX Winter at $0 00;
iuu oarreis aaa winter at 97 lb; a car.
various grade, from $5 00 to $9 70; 1200
barrels do $5 60 to $D 50; 300 barrel,
choice buker. flour (to arrive) del. $0 00,
and 200 barrel, from $5 00 to $0 75.
WHKAT. 1 car ordinary red, sold
$1 35, und 1 car rod, light, told (gl 25.
HAY. Choico is firm and scarce, pri
ces aro uuehanged. Common i. plenty
and dull. There I. an active demand for
choice Timothy at quotation.. Sale,
comprise licar. Timothy, del. 1818 GO;
2 curt mixed, ;del. 16lG 00; 10 car.
mixed nnd Timothy, round lot, $17 00 del.
3 cur. Timothy del. $18 00; 3 cart prima
hay, $17 00; 2 cart mixed, $1G10 00, 1
car gilt id go del, $21 00; 2 cur. choico
Timothy $171'J00; 3 car. do, fl8,20 00
COItN.Thl. market i. very dull and
carrely any demand at all. 1 car white,
in bulk on track brought 87c; 7 car. of
white in tack., on order., .old 48e,del.;
8 car. wklto in tacks dol, 40c; 2 car. do,
In bulk, 37c, and 1 car mixed in bulk 35c.
OATS. Tho demand i. nclive, and the
market holds very firm at quotations; re
ceipt, nre fair, holder, woro asking an ad
vance uvfr 32 cent, to-day, but buyers
wero unwilling to mnkn It. Sales com
print 2 cars mixed, In sack, dol nt 32c, 1
enr In bulk, 011 track, 20c; 11 cur. In inckt
del. 32c; 3 earn in bulk on track 20c; I
car. nnd 8 car. in tacks del, nt 32.; 3 cars
in sucks dol, nt 32 Jc, and 2 car. in bulk
on truck iCc
CORN MKAL 1. rather scree nnd In
active demand, Sales ilnro list report
cousin of 2 cars kiln dried on orders
52 02 CO; 100 bbl. ttcatn dried del
2 10; 200 bbl. do 2 45; 100 bbls "Even
ingStnr" City Mills .team dried 2 GO.
JJRKSSKD HOOS-Plonty In tho mar
ket und very dull, 6c is tho outside figure
to-day. Wo note snlc. of 30SJ5.
BUTTElt-Thc market Is wulWupplled.
Choice i. in good demand at quotations.
Sales were 1G0 lbs choico roll 2fc; 3 pkgs
solid packed 27c; G pkgs common IG
to 20c. nnd 10 pkgs choico roll 25c.
EGOS Plenty and weak, tho stock lms
accumulated and tho demand i. not so
good. 1G0O dozen .old at 30c jler dozen.
POULTRY Tho market I. glutted
with nil kind, and no demand. Tho
weather is warm and unfavorable for
dressed poultry, Largo quanlltle. nre in
the market tbat dealer, will experience
tome diflculty in dlspoiing of.
GAME Very llttic, game comes in ex
cept deer. Praria chickens nnd Quail,
would find ready talu at previous quota
tions. PitOVISIONS.-There is none hero
and no market can bo reported.
APPLES-Choice find ready sale at
3 604 00 In round lots.
PLASTERING HAIR.-35c V bushel.
LIME. In lot. $1 25 to 1 60 bbl.
CEMENT. At wholesale $2 00
2 25 V bbl.
ONIONS-Per bbl $2 GO.
POTATOES-Per bbl $2 ()02 GO.
WHEAT. Tho price, to-dny, reported
by the City Mills, nre No. 1 While,
SI 7G; No. 2 White, $1 Cu; Rod by
sample, $1 GO to 1 CO ; Mediterranean
$1 30 to 1 GO. Damp or tough wheat is
SACKS. Rcsowed Gunnies 18j&l9j
Corn Burlaps, 2 But. En, 18 ctt. Im
proved Gunnies, 1 Bushel, 21 cts. OaU
Burlaps, 6 Bushel 23 cts. Cotton seam
less bags, 35 to 38 cts each.
PROVISIONS. Sugar Cured Hams
plain V lb. 10 to 17c. Shoulders
Bacon 8J0; Clear Sides llacon, 1212jc;
Brcakfust Bacon, 1314c.
LARD Prime leaf lard. lu
tierces V lb, Ota 10c. ; Iu
kens th, 10 to 104c.
TEAS Imperial, 75ffll 25;
der, 7Wai 23; Oolong H.aek,
mi ne iivson. ei uxo.1 40.
CHEESE. New York Factor)', new, ft
ftYUUl's Choice gallon, C3cil 00
New Orleans, 70fo80c.
SEEDS. Millet 1 bushel, ti 00; Tlmothj
3 60(ii3 75. Red Top 1 75 to 2 00. Closer
COFFEE .Java, 28fa30e. : Laguayra, 23
23j. Ilio, Prime to Choice, 22J to 2.11c.
ltltOOMs. Common House r4 dozen, $ 1
60; Choice to Extra, 3 (jorUJ 75 ; S. It. $4 60
lir.Mll f ID BUC.
SOAP. Schacacr't German mottled;
4c; Champaign soap, 7ic.
TALLOW, V lo 7c.
SUU Alt Coffee A. l.Hc : to 14c : Cnnhe.l
Powdered and Granulated Sugar 15 to 15lc.
FREIGHT. COTTON, Compressed, to
iifitn, ouc. , 10 ihjsiun CI 00. Ull
compressed, to New York. SI 14 : to Hom
Heavy frelciii Ys cwt..204c,
TO NEW ORLEANS. Flour V bbl, C0c ;
Potatoes fiOc ; Apples, OOe.: Pork, We.;
Whisky, 91 00;Haytl ton, $7 60; Corn i
cwt., 30c; Oats, 30c; Tobacco vs hhd.
95 00 ; Cotton rS bale, $1 60; Lumber t
M. 10 00. Hcay freight, S cwt. cue.
HEIGHT TO MEMPHIS.-yioui, 35c;
, 95 00 Com V cwt., 20c. ; OaU, 20c.
itutoes, LfI., 33c; A;-:es. 35?. ; Pork,
. : Wlri.Lti.isjc. : I.uiiiL'i-1 W M. 7 isi-
Steamer City of Chester, Memphis
" Joo Fleming, Mound city
" Minneolu, New Orlean.
" Crescent City, Now Orleans
" Nashville, Cincinnati
" Illinois, Columbus
Steamer Joo Fleming, St. Lul,
" Minncola, Cincinnati
" E II Durf. e, New Orlean,
" Mary McDonald, St. Louis
" F P Gracry, Cape Girardeau
nio MUDDY COAL.
Steamboat, supplied at any time, both
dny and night, with either lump or chest
nut ccal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at the yard at grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyphant,
D. A Bokee, Gen'l Supt.
Sale. Agent. 3-15-ly.
boats leavino to-day.
Tho fino passenger steamer P, W. Stra
der will leave this morning at ten o'clock
for New Orlean. aud all way landing.
Tho good steamer Nashvillo will leavo
this morning nt ten o'clock for Memphis
and nil way landings, Thu ologant und
fist City of Che.ter is the Anchor line
packet leaving this evening for Memphis
nnd nil way landing. Tho nico Jim Fisk,
Jr., is the regular packet leaving for
Paducuh and nil way landings this day at
condition or the river.
Hero the fall In tho Ohio continues nt a
stoudy rate. Thoro is only four lect re
ported over tho worst bars in tho Ohio riv
er. Tho Mississippi remain, in tho same
deplorablo condition, und no boat, are
able to como down. Devil', island I. a
devil of a bad place and Is giving boat,
plenty of trouble, thore is probably no
inoio than threo feel of water in thu chuii
nel. Below hero Point Pleasant bar holds
tbo .way over steamboats, thero Is only
five and one-half feet of water tbors, and
tbo Glencoo bound down, and Andy Johr.
son coming up, are reported .till aground
thero. The Jame. Howard i. over the
bar and gono on down tho river.
nUMNEM AND WEATHER.
Business on tho levee continue, fair, and
freight continue, plenty. Rate, to Now
Orleans nru 00 conts on Uour, und 31) cent,
por hundred on pound freight.
Tho weather continue, mild and pleasant.
The Minneola luid here yesterday and
gleaned gut her boilers, She had a barge
In tow and had a fair trip for tho Ohio
Tho Joe Fleming started back to Dev
il'. Island and will try again to get her log
barge, over the bar.
Tho Durfee left for New Orleans at
noon ycslordny with a fair trip.
Tho Mary McDonald started for St.
Luiils yesterday morning and will likely
And tomethlng to do nt Dovil't island,
where there aro several boats bard
Tho Ohio river Is giving boats trouble
us woll ns Hip .M..jppi. The Nuhville
with ft lnrh. In t .w nnlvi.d alter scvi ral
days buttle- tiib 1I1.1 sand hurt, and n
poriist the Mury Divano und Urge, laid
up uV'o Cni'j vllle, on account of the
water being ton slmllow to let her over the
bar. Tin Aluku is ut Trcadwater bur
undls nimble tocoino over, and bus luld
up until she tun lighten over the bar. The
Dictator and barg:t have also' had to lay
by for u 1U0 in the river.
The It. C. Gray with her bolllor. bu'nt
it lnid up at Mt. Vernon.
Thu Nashville rcsblps her Now Orleans
freight arid fills out for Memphis.
Tho Oracoy finished repairing her
plunm-r nnd lit out for Capo Girardeau or
somu other point up tho Misslitlppl river.
She I, such 11 gad about that It Is difficult
to keep potted In her movement..
Tho P.idticah packet, Jim Fl.k, Jr. ran
through herself while coming down last
Monday. The wrist of one of her engines
broke, bursting tho cylinder head and oth
erwise damaging tho engine, but form-riat-ly
injuring no one.
Tlw City of Alton has discharged her
railroad iron, and It will bo shipped to St.
Louis by thu Cairo und St. Louis sbcrt
The lulluwing boats were in trouble at
Devil - Islund when lust heard from : The
Exporter ia hard aground, away from the
channel mid out of fuel. The J.N. Kel
logg and Urges nnd Babbage nnd barges
have luid upubnve thu bar, unable to come
over. The Hullo of Piko Is there hard
ugrniuid. The Flcmning and barges are
below the bar trying to get over. The
Utah had got over the bar and should
Im vi arrived yesterday.
OAIKO AND l'ADUC'AII
1 be flniil J luiDri
Dick Fowlek, Captain
I.h'lv (lrn 1 1 A I I.V Niitnl.,.-v..i.i..lt ...
4 p.m. lor freight or paaEe upply 011 bo.iri.
or to Jas. MalloIiy, Ag't.
jau 3tf '
( starter! .narrlt Ml, I he v.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. SAFFORD, President;
S. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
U. HYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer
P. M. hiaciAT, Chu. OtiioHta,
K. 11. dwiiHin, flVL o. Bcuva,
K. II. CtJisisuani, II. P, JUtLiun,
J. M. HHiiLin.
Deposit nt any Amount Roots ved I rum
Tea t'enu Upward.
iNTKKlWT pM on ilt-posits 1 the ril of six
percent, prr ncuum, March lnU rtti'li.ui
Lr 1st. lolrre.t out withdrawn U MldfJ nuin.
iiutelv lo If principal of the .lioilU, thtielu
K'vInK thi'in coinnjiiuJ luu-ri-iit.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CUILDBEN MAT
O THAT HO )I 1111 fix tu IT.
Opn evrj bualLei dny irom V .ui. lo S p.m.,
and aturdy Troin lor MA VINO DKI'ObriV
oqI), from tut o'clock.
uoi W. HV3I.OI. TrewurM.
THE CITY NATIONAL
,1 A 1 1! , ILLINOIS
CAPITAL, - tlOO.OOO
W. P. !U!,urUY. I'r,ldent(
UE.NItr U. HALLIDAY, Vic.Prldni
A. ll.MACKOUO, Ck-hltr;
WALTS K IIYril.OI', AtaUUtit Conhler.
Hriitu Tavlc-a. Kutttr H. CiM!jk
lUxm L. lUiLisir, W. 1'. HiLunr,
fltO. U. WlLLUHtON, .STIHIltH 11UV
A, B. Hirroitu.
Kxruauttr, Coin and I7ullvl ntnirx
llunda Moil till 1 itud hold.
EPOSJTH r:elvd, aad a enral Unklnv
inilST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL UUHD, VrraMeuli
HUI1KKT iIILjCI. ,'ii4.irllat
C N. HbOIlKS. Casnler.
COLLEOTIONH PROMPTLY MitDE.
EXCIIANOK, coin, tank notos and UniloC
HtRlen Mscnrltloa bought and told.
Inlm-nl Allowrd 4111 Ttinn lepoHllH.
WIN KM AMU lauUlfttt..
It. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE OROOKR8, j
',",t . M ,,
(IAIUO, I Lli I N O I H,
Also, keep constantly on hand moit eoln
pltla ttook at
KOOTOH AHll IRISU WHI1K1KI
Port, Maderla, Sherry and OaUwU "W tne
RatlYTH 4 CO. TTazelu.lvely (or cath.lo
. wbivh fact thar Invite lb tpeeUI Ua
1100 ul elote bargain burw.. ,
PHIL U. SAUP. U
IT ..I.Q I "ST IS
Tliu lot.. 1 1 ....
uv - v m, sJiKUS BUU luiui ftui cguiUll
BUSTS, DOLLS, &c.
Also a tine a,Mrtrnent Pe.rou mtrble
Buttn, Statues, etc. The following are Mm.
01 me principle w oou loyt :
Gallofino Hnnur lloHbts,
Rockino Ilonnr lioh.K.,
FANcr Exi'KEb. Waoons,
Girlh' Doll Cakhiaom,
A lur,. ibIppI nn nf AlbSlCal lnSlTU- V
nicnif, mun n 1
mni' IFl AT rvTCJ 1
PIANOS, 4c. j
of every kind for the Children. Alio,
WAX & RUBBER DOLLS,
And a million other article, too nuunr
ou. to mention.
CALL AND SEE.
102 COMMERCIAL AVENUE!