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'.LOCAL TrC.VTlir.lt REPOHT. . .
V. tf. Sio. Sr.n.. Onsr.!.vr.n'fl orrici:. 1
Ua 10, 3I.iv ', 1S73. 10:11 p.m. I
Tberaomctcr 61 degrees.
Wlr-d west, velocity 10 miles per hour.
"Weather light rain.
Vixlmum temperature SI hours, at
4 p. m., 01 degree".
Jilnlmum temperature, lat hnr. "1
la. a., 02 degrees.
Prevailing wind hut 21 hours west.
Total number of mile? wind traveled, latt
3i hours, SS.
David W. Haknctt. Observer.
We nro authorized to anuoitneo that
David J. Baker is n candidate for ludgo ol
thtTwcnty-ilxth Judiclil circuit, Election
on Monday. June 2, Ji73. td
aioicovlcJ Isfclllii.-oiratcost. o-2 tl.
Fifty thousand envelopes )ut received at
the UCLlEll.N o ill co. tl
Envelopes furnished and prlntod nt the
Xcixetin- Omen at 1 to $5 per thousand
Mr. Samuel Dickson, formerly of TUB
BtJLLSTlN job-room. Is "Oiv connected wild
th Sprlngdcld Register' oWcc.
Bill Scott Uf purchased the lot on Com
mercUl menuo on which the llivl house
turned tor him, and contemplate building
Tho Burnett tteatn cooking vessel, llio
National American and Epicure broiler,
tbo Dudley spiral irate and door sprint', nt
liallcy's, ICS Washington avenue. MM Ini.
A n.tmberof young gentlemen ol the city,
bavlug formed a literary ns-oclatlon, meet
In the club room at Tin: i;t i.i.i:n: otllcc
every Friday evening.
Selling off at cut at MoscovicV.
The place to buy wall paper and window
hades lo. 2Scveuth street, opposite Win
ter'i block, where )ou can buy chcapor
than any place In the city. ll.Ani.i:. tl
F. M. Ward li nowpicpatcd to deliver the
belt of sawed and pllthouory wood to any
part of the city. Also all kin l-of wood ntitl
coj always on hand. .2.'i tf.
The mosquitoes, knats, Mes bus and
bumble bee-, arc coming, -o prepare your-1
self by covering your window with wire
cloth from UalloyS ; you can sleep without
bars, and dine without lllc. lm.
iloscovlcs, Washington avenue, near
Tenth street, Is scllluj oil' at ooji . r.'i if.
isew stock and now style of wall papa r
paints, oils, window glass, etc., etc., at 1!. 1.
.uci;' new store, asWngtou avontio and
Eleventh rtrcct. Call and see tho latest
styles In wall paper before purchasing eK-
Bird cagc, llo-vcr baskets, Mire cloth
riddles, sand screen", rakes, hoes, shovels,
pades, spading and hay fork-, itep nnil ox
leosAon ladders, vcoail pump rn n general
assortment ot tinware, Move's and bouso fur
uubln; goods, at Ihtlley's 1-21 lm.
Wc are the sole as.mt for tho salu of Mil,
son's pure cider vinegar, made on his lann
at Cobdon, Illinois, put up In convenient
alied package for family u-e. and etery
package warranted pure.
-U tf, Cori EV, 1'acr .V Co.,
No. W Ohio l.evee.
It yoa wautgood goods at cost, go to.Alos.
covlcs; Washington nvciiiie, near 7'enli
Yesterday Chlci ol I'ollcc Mellale arresi
te.l a youna man by tho name of Charles
Carpenter, on a ulurga ot t.irgory. It seem
tht Carpenter has been In tivo emvlo) or
lir. J"mas Morris of St. LouU. who Is now
sfpplns' at tho St. Charles hotel. Bui a day
ortwo slnco he had a quarrel wiih tho fore
man under wuom ho was working. Upon
settlement ho was given un ord r oa Mr.
Morris lor the amount duo him. Instead ol
presenting the order given him by tho fore
man, Carpenter forged another order and
for a larger amount, which he presented to
Mr. Mortis and received tho money. Ho
was taken beforo Judgo Uross lor a bearing.
auAln dclault of 5500 ball was turned over
to the keeping of Dick Fitzgerald.
OAIUO AND VI. N'C K.N.N 1:3 . KAILKOAD
Trains now leavo Cairo and Mound City as
Leave Cairo. Leave Mound Cllv
VI 10. 1:15 p.m.
6:15 p.m. fiiio "
Chas. 0. Wood, tien'l Ticket Ag't.
Wlll'lT. PUIlt IV.
x-very gcntioinan tnould look through our
toclc ot vrhllo shtris bolore purchailng
jjcmurcs UKcn. and a fit truorantcol. A
rail line ol underwear, uolry, (jloc, ties,
souart, cic., always itutooU.
Slt'AHT A: tiltOLHON,
Mr. Anna Lang on eighth street, between
Commercial and Wahlngtou avoniius, has
uit opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery goods. Sho has onu hundred
nd llfty dlUtreiit tkhOf hato and bonnets,
beside a large assortment ot ribbons, llow.
ert and notions ol all soru, all ol which wil
be sold at the !ovet prtc
ICClJRL.VjfSAl.UU S .
As warm weather is appioaehing the
loveM ot tee ricaui will giid to learn that
Mesira. Saup Aciarkson have tilled up and
rcfurnbhed, m elegant stjic, thciricc cream
parlors. Their m immoth soda luuntain has
a'so been put In running order, ami nothing
is wanting about the cstablUh-m ut to make
the pleasure and eomlort of tin lr 'patrons
.-otico j- hereby gnCn, that Ihs aimiiul
raceung ot the stockholders of Iho Cairo
vny rcrry company will l,.; h 1,1 at the coin
iwny'g office, corner sixth mot and Ohio
lutein tun city, on Monday, May r. next
at lOo'elordc a. m., for tho puipa-e 0f elect
in; seven directors to herte the ennunr
year, and lor general buiineSK.
'1U09. W. II.U.LIIMV, hec'y.
Giroo, IllsjirlM: J873, ,,,
NOTICL Ol DhmiTJON.
. The flrmorschraetmorit.t Co.,bakor and
onfeetionert,No.3l LigUll. atvvt.M this day
dissolved by mutual couum jir. Schmetz
storfl' retiring. The bu.lno.i. in )0 contln.
tied at the old Hand by Mr. Jlmtblpu Ik-b-Mckcr.wbo
Is authorized lo rrcc.w- &! ,on.
y duo the late firm, and will pay mi n.jr
CAino, iUy 1, 1973. 5-2 ct
i. i n. iireen It. Haunt is In IIk eit.
Mr. Ja. . Morrl nl I'lHn, I In town oil ,
Mr. James Hell of Cob ten. f sptndiug n
low days In the city.
Mrs. Alex. II. lrvln it pomllng n fW4
weeks with her friends at IJJue Island, nwr
(loo. Dougheriy. iditorof the Jout'ljoro
Advertl'cr,' Is In town n biHne eon.
ncctcd wlih his paper.
Vic regret to lenrn that Mr Sam. George,
so long a conductor on the Illinois Central
railroad, has lost his position on that rond.
Iho "nhys nnil whereforcs'Mvo know not.
."lr. 1'. Dlshon, llienrtlst, will remove his
sliu.lo to Cairo next Monday. Ho 1ms made
an eiij-nscniont with Mr, .1. I!, ltobcrt. the
jwrtrait, land'capo and Ircsco painter, ol
that city. Mr. Dithouls a young mm ol
iupcrlor talent lit tlil: direction, nud with
energy and Inututiy will become erlrlintid
as an rllst. Joiiesborn Garotte.
sixrur. sirri sr. .
Michael lllgglns was nrrrled b nlllrcr
A, Cain on n charge of lndoccnl rnnduct.
Illgiflns was provided with 111 e d.iy board
Id tho city jail.
.lohii Dunn jiald two dollarn and the In
sepernble" for employing the poor prii liege
of go u ins "tolomblj'' drunk, and lnhlna:
uround, a la I'lilurali.
Uuslncsv in Urois'.pollco court wa moio
than ordinarily lively yesterday, not le
than hilf n dozon offender aiiiii'l the
peaue and illauliy of tlie idly wei linfoie 1
tils honor lor trial. i
Joint Cook, :i yoiiiiximm sc.ircel.i "oul of
his tcen, was up on a clmivo of camiiiif
concealed wi'aixin'. A line of live dollirs '
and the "ufe'rccablci" wa booked a?ahm
him, In default of the payment of which he
wa allowed :le days In the calabooe.
John Ilrown ''tlmiilatcd" and becamo
anything but gentle In ln treatment townrd
those with homo ho eamo In contact. He
went Into a 1 ice aloou, and In n playful
manner, throw foier.il Iron siilttoons nt tho
head of the bir-tcndor. 'lite bardender e.
cajicd Injury, but a lino mirror Lchlnd tho
counter v:it broken all to lliuders. Mr.
John Urown paid over to Ihc court :i line ol
810 and the UMial fair In all about sit.
Mellale made the arre-t.
C.MIio, Mi I, 17;!.
Mi:, kwiuii-1 notice In your paper that
I denied that I had said miy tldnir about
Mr. Caldwell. I know Mr. Caldwell 1 looKnd
on as one uho hat done a great deal of ml.
chief In the churchos wh-rc he ha been.
I told Sleeper that Caldwell was wrong. 1
told those who woro there that they were
wrone. iKnow fclcoper; when I knew htm
he was a white man. lie ousht not to
trouble people. Sleeper nnd Caldwell are
the groat trouble In Cairo. Mr. Sleeper
should go with his own color and not handle
iny name anddeeelvo thoo who know better
r.utr.H 1'. simco .
C. A: ST. ).. II. I..
'I he &t. Loul THne, of the ,.,7llt lilt.,
says, "track-laying lias been golug on nt n
briU rato during tho pa't ceasou, on tho
Cairo and St. I.ouls railroad, notwithstand
ing the "-cwirlty ot tbo winter, and Ihc
workmen i.nt readied nnd made a connec
tion, l.i't night, with tho Chosierand Tama
10a railroad ei siting, sixty. live liiilnq from
M.u.Uy. lit.U.o lituntt.iu ortlm company, ,
wbenover Jlurpliysnoro is roiiclmil, wnicit
will be In about thirty d.i, to coinmcneo
laying the track Irom both end of the line,
so that the working parties will incjt at a j
point between .louevboro nnd Cilro nt an'
PAY Tin: phintiu:. .
I lie editor or a juiper published urn i
thousand mllos from this city, on tho itr-t
of the present month addressed the ollow.
iug "dun'' to a certain railroad i-onductor.
it la needleM lo say that "Ihoin two dollari"
were promptly paid.
,-May 1. 1873.
Mr. to Dr.. lo one oars sub-
You may cherlh the delusion that you
can get to heaven, nud not ray me rim two
lAUrt; but Ju-t trv It. To my certain
knowledge 120 railroad conductors arc at
this moment examining a thermometer that
stands at 1,001 abovo bloodhcat, lor acting
upon tho samo delusion. onr past prompt.
new, however, give1 ino hopes that vou will
act wisely whllo you may,
Hence, 1 urn yours, hopefully. - -
The habit of carrying concealed we-ipous
is chargeable with a very large pereetttum
of tho bloodshed and lo- of life, so common
everywhere, sluco the eiosn of our late war.
Vine young men, Just emerging Into the
statoof liimbood, eec in to think that thoir
dainty persons are In great danjer unless
they have a six-shooter ever near lor u-e,
ami buckled at their side. These blubber
bends add to the bloodshed by awkwardly
shooting themselves, or '01110 filend, ac
cidentally. 1.1 fe Ins been taken in a thou
sand instance, not because thcro wa- a ne
cessity lor such extreme measure-, but be
causii men happen to huie concealed
weapons about their person-. Men given to
in mlgnnce In lutoxlcatlug liquors, are the
last men In the world who should carry
knli us or anything that might be employed
as a deadly weapon; yet, anionic such men,
doadly weapon- nro most frequently found.
The very (act that they are thus presided
often makes them quarrelsome, nnd when
far advanced In Intoxication, they use their
weapon- iu porloet iccklcssness of the con-n-quem-cs
scarcely knowing. In truth, what
they do. When reason resumes its swat
they ii-j;rct their ilolence, but then it I too
late, it ts safe to say that two nut of o eiy
thrct shooting scrapes among drunken men,
are clmrgeable to tho fact that the weapons
weic at hand and ready for me. Yester
day morning, a young man or a boy, rather
was before .ludgo linns, charged with
ha'lng In his possession a revolver. That
be had any use for the revolver, no ono wil'
believe; and when at rested wa- In Hint Mate
of intoxication, when, without jutt provo
cation, men toe oiton mako ue of and hv
means of which they are too apt intake
CIIAMllt:it ol' CoilMl;i!CL.
Notice is hireby giveu thai nest Monday
morning at 10 o'clock tho sales, an auction
of cholci) of drawers iu the tables of the
chamber, will bo made at tho rooms ut the
board of trade. The membei are all re
quested to miend. Ily ordorof the board.
''K-H 12. A. lli'iiNcri, Secretary.
litis popular hotel has bten retlite.J and
imjiroseu, anu is now ono ot tin- moil com-
Jortabb mopping place s in the 1 ity. The
travelling public and person- desiring
pleasant quarters It) the wcok or month, will
always llndtheui at tho Commeii-lal hotel.
Itates of ooard have been reducted as fob
lows: Day i.oard, fl M per weok; transit,
fl Wperdaj board und lodging, from Si-
'9 67 per ween
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MAY
Corner ol Twrlfth Urcet ami Wn'liiugtoii !
.Mr. .bcckel wl'hes to inform lit- frlen
and all lovers or Hock Beer llt.it he ha jut
received n roii'lgnment of that beverage,
which he will open to-day. Call nround and
" roit .s.viiL
lut received and for sole, BO boxes slclly
oranjes nnd loini,n. I. tlfliD .t "ov.
1 will sell at my miction room, lomer of
Sixth ami Commercial, on Saturday May 3d
at nine o'clock a. m: lViur largo leu cicain
Ireo.'cr-.Jti't right for a largo lee cream a
loon, Also n full line of hnuxdiold nnd
kitchen furniture, coit'MIng of sof.i, parlor
clialr, safe-, bcihlead', nviltrese, lu.irble
topccntie tables, i-nnklnt; stove's, heating
I toc., and abo 100 bales ol hay and n lm ot
other goods, too numeious to mention, which
1 w ill be sold, ff.iln positive without leerve.
ibSI I' isitif, Il.tliT.w.t.v, Auctioneer.
The s.,lei-ol tobacco atjthn l'l.inler' To
baet o warehouse ycterdny morning was at
tended by many ol our homo bii)cr and a
good board ot buyers from othct markets.
Twenly-lwo hhd. were offered, and old at
the following Uglier-:
2 hhd piebald fll O1I.92O (M
11" mcdliiui tog.)odshli))ers 7 yiOin (id
i) " lugs 7 ISOflO ." !ij
There was but few rejections. Taken all
In nil. yesterday's salos weic 'allsiactory,
both consignee and buyer belm: p'.encJ
with tho piteei ntitidned.
The uiiprccodcntcd silcces and the upe
rlorlly ol tho Avcrlll Chemical Paint has nl
ready brought numerous worthless Imita
tions in tho itnrkct, under tho names ol
mixed," prepared lor immediate ue,''
'liquid," nnil "chemical paints," and thl
company cautions tho public, (both dealer
and con. timer), not to ronlmuid them with
our maniifaeture. It Is a well known fart
that when the Avcrlll Chemical Paint was
llrst put upon the market. It was the only
palntnt tho kind that ectlld be found. Its
1 merits were so great, howeier, that twelve
I months had scarcely elaped before counterfeit-
began lo appear, until now they are
numbered by "cores. Thefts o plain as nrc
I these, are fully provided for In tho I'liitcd
i States patent law-, and when tho -ults begun
by the Avcrlll Chemical Paint enmpany-and
now in jirocc-s hall have been decided, wo
shall hold all manufacturer and purchasers
ot liquid paints. In violation ol our patent
to a strict account. Sold mixed In all colors
ready for tho brush by N. 12. Way A- Co.,
Sixth t-trect, between Washtnston and Com
i v umi v t . -
C.vuio, April Rfi, Is":).
Ily irliic nt authority granted t mo by
fcctijns30, SI nnd 82 of ordillnnco No. -I, t,
John Wood, mayor of tho city of Cairo, do
hereby notify nil person who may keep or
mniritnin nny vault, hog.pcn, manure heaj)
or sink liolo, or any other nuisance upon
the premises owned or kept by them, or, of
. "innt.vlm; of anv straw, manure, hay,
vegetables, garbage, rubbish, or otlnl of
any kind, upon tho streots of tho city, con
trury lo tho provisions of tho nbovo named
section of said ordinance, that tho police
and health ofllcor of tho city nro hereby
instructed to prevent nnd abate nil such
nuisances ; nnu wuerover ucn nuisances
aro found to exist thoy will immediately
notify tho inhabitants or owners ot said
premises to hnvo them speedily removed,
nnd upon their failure to do so, thoy will
subject theiTUOives to tho penalties pre
scribod for tho violation. This Is u mat
ter of the utnost importance to all out-
citizens, nnd I hope thoy will
have their promUo cleaned up, so
that tho health of the citizons will
not bo endangered by tbo speedy approach
of warm wcathor.
Very respectfully, .Ion:.- Woon,
St1 amer llrnnd Tower, St Louis
Common nilih, St Loulj
Henry Probasco, .Memphis
Uobert -Mltchm), New Oilcans
Warner, St Louis
.M 12 Poo, ltod river
Jim Piik, .lr, Paducah
' liee, .New Orleans
J N Kellogg, St Louii
Cmltol City, St Louis
Arkansas iiolle, Kvnnsville
' llismarck, New Orleans
Steamer Grand Tower. Memphis
" Alas!:a, St. Louis
' Henry Probasco, Cincinnati
Mary Davage, St. Louis
" ltobert Mitchell, ICyutisvlKe
AJax, Now Orleans
Nashville, Arkansas liver
M 12 Poo, St. Louis
Ileo, St. Louis
' Jim Fisk, Jr., Padueah
,. .1 N Kellogg, New Orleans
' Shannon, Cincinnati
Canitol City, VleUsburg
Arkansas Jlollo, Kvnusvllb'
" llismarck, St. Louis
Jiichinond, New Orl ntis.
toNpirio.v or Tin: kivkiis.
'J'hofall contlpuoi steady nnd regular
iu tho Ohio nt this point. Tim Missis
sippi is swelling at a lair rato with quar
ter less twain iu tho channel to St. Louis.
Special dispatches to The IIi'M.etik re
port tho condition of the rher at various
iiifhi.vtjtsh and wi'.ai urn.
Thoro wcro 11 fair number of arrivals
yostorday and businos was very good.
Tho wcathor rvds cloudy nud, rather one)
toward night with n still' wind blowing
TboJIIcliert was down in the Kentucky
lend nil day yestordny, pumping out a
Urgo loaded with lumber which took ijto
and n naif feet wnter night boforo last
Tho Commonwealth addod 38 car
trucks and consldorablo "dtmr freight, nud
atdiuk last ovenlug. she had nonrly all
sho wanted and v.'n- to Wn lurln? tho
night. . ,
Tho MainuiothAj.il pas-I d.nwi with
n largo tow of Pittsburg coal.
Tho ileo had llvo Urgei in tow. Sho
discharged over '-'ion pink age Imported
picklos in bond for ':t. Louis. Sho also
loft barge 23, 101M with railroad Iron.
Tho .1. M. lCH-g I't'l tl'rM ,mrR'
heavily loa.led. nnd ndib-d bar-e .. luuy
Tho Warner I .1 iolMtK.s re, nnd
did not lnnd litre
Tho -Mary Davag mlurncd to St.
Louis with n tow of Ciko.
Tho Bismarck emiw in nt dink with n
WrpaMongcr lirk, and no tori' freight
for St. Lonii.
Tho Alaska nil tho hv from PitUburg
discharged nbout 150 tons for rushlpinent,
and had n cood trip for Nt. i.ouls.
Tho Capitol City came- out with n ir.od
lond and mbicd but littln herd.
The I'.lcbmond left early yutlurday
u-ltb n fir load. Sho took nil sho could
Nearly all lliu up.slrcain boats nro ti -w
lirimiln-' up vory light trips. Thco that
passed up yesterday did not bavo enough
among them nil to load n small boat.
With vory low rales f.,r down-stream and
nothing to bring up 11 Inriro number or
thorn will bo compelled to go to tho bank
STEAM 110 AT
CIO NhIIoiiiiI III. His lltitlillnif.
M."!'""! tnnll'n pM taorJun ttoin iifsnt
Usl tiUlil nnlr
Pint v. Ccnnr.sr OrrinK.
Cairo, Monday May 1, 1873. 1
Tho general market cvhibit only n
moderate degreo of animation.
fhoro is a better demand for com meal
and somo salo3 hnvo been inado lo dealers
nt an advance over prices. Llttlo or
nothing Is doing in bay. Klour is very
dull with scarcely nny movement. Corn
In moderate supply nnd fair request nt
previous prices. All meats are quiet, hut
very linn, Rnd slocks on hnrtd nro small.
There was considerable inquiry for oats
with scant offerings to-day. Urati Is very
dull nt ?!5. nono soiling. Tho market is
fully supplied with butter and egj'.s nud
prices at e weaker. Poultry of nil kinds i
jfiyCorrespondents should bear in
mind that our quotations ropresont prices
for rouud lots from llrst hnnds, unloss
othorwiso stated, nnd thut in filling small
ordors higher pricos must bo pnidJ '
nci'OM or rut: maukkt vor this n.w.
l-'LOUK The market is very dull nnd
sales aro confined to 100 bblschoieo XXX
$8 70, 80 bbls various grad So to
0 f0 and 00 bbls do $1 75 to R.
11I1AN No demand, sales romprlso
1 car In sacks f 13.
HAY Low grades entirely unsaleable
very littlo demand lor choice. Wo
lmvo no traductions to note.
COllN Firm nnd in fair demand re
ceipts light prices remain ns previously
quoted. Sales in sacks delivered were 1
car mixed and 1 car yellow 47c; 1 car nnd
11 cars white ISs; 2 cars mixed -17c; 1 car
mixed in burlaps -17c ; 2 cars do -17c. Sales
in bull; woro 2 cars white on track 3'Jc,
1 car mixed do 38c.
OATS Pricos aro firm nnd unchanged.
.Market uctlve and supply limited. Salos
by sample woro 8 cars mixed 37c sacked
and delivered cars do 37c, nnd 3 cars in
bulk on track Clc.
COP.N MEAL Wo noto n slight im
provemont in moal and an advance iu
prices. Siles embracj COO bbls S2 20 and
200bblsS! 15'.! 20, all s team dried.
WHEAT Very quiet. Sales were
1 car good ntnhcr SI CO and 70 sucks poor
red 51 30.
MHTEIl Market fully supplied and
dull. Sales 23 pkgs choice roll !!Ou nnd
10 pkgs solid packed 26U0c.
EGOS Aro In better supply htid prices
ces nro easier. Sales 5,000 dozen 12J.e.
CHICKENS Vary littlo demand.
Prices rarigo from ?2 70 to f I, according to
POTATOES The stock is reduced and
pricoi nro firm nt .'rS per bbl for pencil
, APPLES Unchanged. Prices range
. as In quality, $3 to St fin.
I PROVISIONS Firm, but very quiet.
It is difficult to give correct quotations,
j Tho bulk of receipts are forwarded to
, Southern mnrkets. Wo quote prices un
UACON ljulot, but very ilrm, with a
small stock on baud, hhouiucr.t aro
quoted at 8c, rlear rib sides nt lOJe, (dear
sides nt lOtc.
HAMS Aro in fair demand nnd Ilrm
nt M15c V lb lor sugar cured. Plain
country cured l;Je.
LAltD P.cflncd is in light supply ui.d
in domnnd. Tierce, rcllncd, is now hold
at 7J8c; keg 05? 10c.
IlilEAKFAST UACON 1 in bettor
supply nnd tho demand Is only moderate.
(Juoted nt llj12c.
Dili El) F11UI T. Very littlo doing
Dried peaches aro quoted nt fe?.Co, nnd
dried apples nt 0c.
SHO AIL Active and soiling !t!Jo for
coll'eo A ; 1 !UJc for crushod, powdered
nnd granulated. .
TEAS. Imperial, 751 l!0j (iunpow.
dor, 751 25 ; Oolong black, "OfTefl ;
Young Hyson, sjll -10.
OHEESE.Oood demand ; New York
factory V lb 10Jqi)l7c.
SYHUPS Tho demand is fair for
choice at 00c?l fl gal and New Orleans
PLASTEMNO HAIU.-30o V hushol.
1,1 ME.-In lots ?1 210 to 1 00 i bbl.
CEMENT. At wholesale 22 50 'i?
OUNNIES.-ne-?oweJ 2 J lushcU tHcj
u busliols 220c.
HLMILAPS, '.J bushols curn, V) n
Kijc; do 10 or. lOcj -I bmhol Out" W; r
bushols 'Jlc; C bushels 22c.
I1EK3WAX. V H 30e.
SOAP. Sehaetler's Oerman innltl!
7Jej Champaign soap, .
TALLOW, V lh 7c.
COPFEK .lava lellmg ntVQfiie
Lsgunyrn 21025c; l'.l. prlmo to
BltOOMS. Dull; cinmon beuso ell
at $1 fiO: cboico nnd oitra hU-o
1 To J stoainbott $4 COtSO 00.
riir.UnlT Cotton, eompresstd, l
Now York, 85o; to Boston, $1. I'n-
compresiod, to New York, ?1 1 1: t" lb"
BATHS To New Orients ntid nks-
burg: Potatoes, upple,, etc, lOo; pork
1; pound froighti 20' per ewt; liny
$7 CO por ton; whiskey $1 10 per bbl.
TO .M KM Pit IS rinur, etc Wo per I Id.
pound freights Ko per ewt; bay t! 00 per
ton whiskey Silo per bbl; pork UOo pw
on. 0. n. uorniiAS.
A einirtniit -upply nl )Ui'e Nllroils t Ivide j
(las, lor the ialul-s extraction of leeth. til
tho Dental lioomsof lr. I'oiil-Ii-, iiccesnr
to Dr. A. M. Austin, Klghlli slrcei. .'.-Ill 1
Will be sold at alietloll this da (I'lblavi
at 1U o'clock a.m., at the icxhh-uco ol ills.
ventres. l itslilintton acnile. between
Sevintcenth and iTlgliteonth street., a
I'Altl.di: AND KITCMUN
Cat pet', etc., ft", liood
Will be iceelved at 77 Ohio leee. unlll
JlnylO. foi tho remoial ol otlal rutin the
city as piovldcd In ordinance I, section W,
city ordinances. I ho council reserves the
right to reject nnv and all bids, should they
deem It to the licit Interests ot the city to 1I0
so. I;, li. P.u.us, Cltv Comptrollef
C.uito, Ills., April 30, ISTll. r-l-Ot
m j .t.lllo A-is.
M All. IIOH .
I til) rpl'U'lU tetisi r
Leave- Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) ut
4 p.m 1'nr freight opn-sjge apply 011 Itoat m
to .li'. Mai.loiiv, Ag't.
XfEVEll KNOWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AG(TE POWDERS.
ton 1 use Pt;n.MA.Ni:Ni ct'in: or
CHILLS AM) FEVIIH, DUMIt All UT
OK ANY FOKM OF I NTI2HM IT
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
There arc no diseases yo debilitating In
their eU'ccts upon the constitution r the
above, nnd none more UlllcuU to euro bv
the usual modo of praetlec, Tho Kever anu
Akuc Powders will clloct a cure in cases ol
tho longest fctaudln:; as well as proic a pre
vcntlve iu the forming ktaes ot the dl-oascd
Helm; purely M-Ketable, they net with cer
ta.nty on tho dlsensc, totally cradlcallni; It
Irom tlic hytem, and prctent a return nt
any future period.
AVhy waste your mono) and health In try
liiK every medicine you hear or, when
i'hompnn Fever and A (.11c Powder- lmc
never lulled to cure tho CI11IN In any case.
REASON'S WHY THEY ONLY SHOULD
Their reputation Is e-labii-lieit. Thou
sands or testimonials bale been received,
show iii)r that these powders have performed
miracles In curing eases ot lorn; Handing,
many of them considered hopcle-s.
There Is no li-k in taking them. They
contain nothing Injurious and, therefore,
nono ot tho lln-erliis diseases soorten lite
result of tho many nostrums of tho day.
Physician recommend them n superior to
quinine or nny oilier known remedy, lor
they leave the m'mciii in a healthy Hate, and
the patient bevond tho probability of a ic-lajt-o.
H12WAHI2 OF 1 Oir.NTi:itl'i:iT-s. Tho
irenuluo nro put tip In square tin hoxc, with
THOMPSON'S FKV12H AND A(il'12 POW
D12HS stamped on tho lid, and tho signature
ol TnoMi'no.N A: CliAwrnun on tho wrapper.
No others can possibly be gonuluti.
U II H lT .M A T I f
Till! OhKAT r.XTi:i;Af. KKMIWiy roit
it II E I' M A T I ,S M , N E V It A I.
ti I A, SPH A I N'S, ETC.,
O VOD y 0 li M .1 A' O li 11 1: A .S'J
This liniment has earned for itself n repu
tation unequalled In the hl-tory of external
application-. j3rTlioii-ands who now sul
for from rheumatism, neuraUla, etc., Wi.ild
Unit Iminedlalo relief from all pain by Using
this certain remedy. It Is equally cllcetual
in cut-, burin, scalds, stiffness of the neck,
sore throat, swellings Inllamatlou-, iron
bite-, pains in tho slue, or back, bites ol spl
lers or stings of Insects
one ruhblns will in all cu-es gho imrnedl
ate relief, and 11 few applications complete
On account of Its powerful penetrating
properties It Is beyond doubt tho surest rem.
edy for tho most troublo-onio diseases lo
which bor-es and cattle are liable. It eur"
scratches old and frc-h cuts or sores, chafes
produced by the collar or Haddles, Injuries
caused by mill or splints entering tho He?
or hoofs. bruLes sprains, sw eeney, spaU
thrush, and all diseases which dotro tho
lioorsorbonosof tim leet.
JQTl nil directions aecompauj e
tle. The abovo nro pieparod out)" n)
And sold bv storekeepers gen?"".1
nut ttiHennntrr J.osiu-l-if
' " 1 " " " ' .
1) K U G G
PR U CjvJS
3 mr: km: g
y iKa VARHISIItS,
1 v r.
I ' -Still I
7ji COLORS. '
' "-H r ' """ "irn 1
-ssiiiimsiiv ni'.m ll.TS
Z. It UATIIUS9.. ' vm
MATIIUSS it UHJj,
C O M M I a a 1 ov M 1: U C HANTS
I AY AND WKSTliU.N 1MIODUUK ,
WOOD 1UTTKNHOU.'"'' k IMfO.
(ijueial Commiciuiii Mereliants
Lit OHIO LEVI'.K.
y. ns. McG 1:1;
On r.Ulitli Mrrn, t.tiwfoCominr?islni Wkih
nulon Atrnurs Is .tniir rscelTloi
NKW MLI,TKi;UY (JOODS
I.TKr M-ni.NG AND UtMKK.TVt.r.s
llo-I U- n lull lirtfl of
DOM'ITBTG is HATS
ITrimtned nnJ nctrmimeti.l '
KIir..NCil KLOWKIW. ltIUHO.N.1, THIMMI.Nn-s
nfhll Mait, bn'-ss, etc., I to.
ilrs Medeo !is also n luro smortmfal n
Ftacj Articles, stteh s
.NECK Tl.M, CI.I.AUH, UNHKliMl.CKVKfl, I
Kt'l'l-.HASlira, KAN.-S.I 1
Ab 1 nil cihor nrti-l;j tittislljr lo:tnl in a
I'lHST-CLASS .MILLINEHY STOHI2
.Mr-. Mcdee. in addition to her Mock of ! IESSTTJIE;2A.ILS,1',.
I'aney and Millinery (iorni-, lias a lino and '
Complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom 1 (Open Day and Night.)
made Ladle-' and MIJsct' Minos and Children-'
Hunt, Hlaek nnd in Colors. Tin-so .1. I-,. PAHKS, 1'roprietor
areneknowleilKcd to be the llncst and best
ocr In the imirktit, and this is tho only 1 onm i.riec, bet, nil and fith streets,
houiu Iho city tli.it iilakosthem a specially. I
: . r-i OA I HO, ILLS.
11 Jl T i o o l ri.
'7;. KALE AND WINTER '7ft
C. H AN NY.
LA II (IE STUCK.
! S T H 1 P 1'. S,
KEMTUCUV JKANf, fXTllA,
I riLAOIt ALPACAS
LAIUIK STOUiv W (LMUMTIXG '
CI L Ol.of lis,
vviiiiiiiii nun, i.,,
j OtLT flAJtns,
INOTTINIUIAM LACK j:
ills i:i:tir Moek
V'EHY LOW FIG U EES.
CORMUR Bm ST. AMD COUUEUCUL-AV.,
sep.1,1 4'0lro' n,,ai".
I S T S ,
74 Ohio Xjvit
lletnil ami . Prosciiptio
'.. . t'oriii r W.i
and Klghtb t-ltei t.
Ol 1 bulitol- 11 1 id rabbit iLill
for nk lungs.
At IIAHCLAV HKOa
1 111.01: VII.
1 oit soiti: TilitoAi
I'll p&leil and -old
l!v It A KOLA Y Ul'.Ob
f TTI.i: .MKDR'LNKi
nd Dl-lltteel.ilit- lor tslil"
t IIAHCLAV IIROH
And -ritlter-al Sttndsnt,
At ha ho lay hkos
HOME TBA'DE !
,J (J. L j ft y f
Laic of St. I.0I1I-.
1 K II A II It A A LAN 1 I1IIIIK
Corner THelllh -treet and 1 ommeielsl Ave
IILANK HOOKS of every de-criptlon done
with neatness and di-pateh. All kinds ot
ruling done at short notice, lllbles, Music,
.Magazines and Periodicals bound rteut atnl
at the low est possible rates.
County work, such a- Kecords, ;Docket
Fee Hooks, Illanks, etc.. made a fpeelallty
llox.es. Pocket Hooks, Knve lopes, etc
made lo orile.r 11.21 tt
MILLIARD SALOON AND 114 H
HOOM. JIIIIN UATKH, lrotrlfllu..
U-e r.rntjisroul Aituua, CAIKO, ll.UUIs
ltsst Ijku.1 of CiUfc Cli(ru rrcolsvJ,
IIILI.IAItl) saloon furnl-hed with the best
oftables ; unit bar supplied with wines, liquors
and clears of thencst brand-.
MEALS ATA LL IIOl'IS
i A lino new Dliilni; Hall wltb ovcry eon
yenlenco has been added to this populai
, Itctaurant, and the piem will llnu evert
reipilsiie lor thelraecomodatlon.
THE HILL OF FAKE
eonslstji nr e. ry "iib-tantlal and dellec u
' THE IB.A.IR,
CHOICEST UQIJORS.WTNES & U1UA RS
JST.MIxed drinks prepared with care.
S A I WILSON,
II I I L I I IN
u n o v k b i a 9 .
p it o V I S 1 o H s T c.
Kioutu st,, Ht. Com, &