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CAIRO BULLETIN.
PattliMtlMi Msc, BalUtla BalMlaw
Wasftftlatctoa Aat.
local;weathkh hepobt,
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Cairo, May 0, 1?;:, UUI p.m. J
Hroctr59:W.
Thermometer fl I degrcei.
'TWad northeast, velocity Indies per lionr.
Weather cloudy.
Maximum teniporaturo last 21 hours, at
4 p. ni., 74 degrees.
Minimum temperature, last 21 hours, at
4,n. ni., M degrees,
jPrcTAlHng wind lt 31 hour-, northeast
Total uutnbcr nf niic vtlud travelled, last
SUiotirs, (W.
IIhihV. ll.in.NK.rr. observer.
AN'NOI'NCKMRNT.
We aro authorized to aniinuncc that
Dtvl J J. HnJicr is a eandldato fur judge ol
theTTcnty-ttli .Tudicl it circuit. Klccllnu
od Monday, .tune l.iT.'l. til
Moscovlcs I? telling alt at rout, b-'l II.
Fifty thousand envelopes. Just received at
the UCLLXTIN offlec. It
Envelopes rumMicd ami printed nt the
tiL'LUcm UrriCK at 3 to U per thousand
3-29U
Tne Burnett Itcam cooklm; vrsstd. tlm
National American and Kploure liroflrr,
the Dudley spiral irate and door spring, at
llalley's, ICS Washington avenue, -)'- tin.
&lttog off at cost at Moscovlcs', .VJ T.
The place to buy wall paper and window
shades IsNo. '..Seventh street, opposite Win
ter'i block, where you can buy cheRper
than any place In the city. II. Aliu:. tl
K.M. Ward Is iinwpicparcd to deliver the
bcstof sawed and split hickory wood to any
part or the city. Also all kin lor wood ami
coal always on hand. Leave order at his
olllce, corner seventeenth street and Com.
uerctal avenue. :i-2.itf.
The mosquitoes kn.it-, Hlc, liUf-is and
bumble bees, are coining, o prepare your
self by covering your window with wiro
cloth from Halley's; you can sleep without
bar, and dine without ttle. -1-21 im.
Moscovlcs, Washington avenue, near
Tenth st-ect, Is sctlltig oil at co.t. .V2 If.
New stock and new styles of wallpaper
paint, oil", window glass, etc., etc., at II. P.
MclirV new tore, Washington avenue and
Kleventli street. Call and ec the latest
nyles In wall paper Indole purchasing else-
xvurc -t.ltMf
The member, of the "Local lloaid" ol thu
Chicago Llle Insurance company- will meet
at the olllco of John g. Harmon j at 7 o'clock
this (Tuesday) evening, .May 0. J7a.
Ji. P. WllKKI.KIi, I'lest.
W. .M. Wtu.l.v.vis, ,-scc'y.
lHrd cages, flower Iinkeu7vvlre cloth
riddles, hand screens, rakes, hoe., ,hnvcls,
-, . -i j .iiuj n.i iiirii-, -lell iilul OX-
tension ladders', wood pump-, .iml a funeral
assortment of tinware. .love, and house fur
nl.hlns good., nt Ilalley'.. 1-21 lm. j
Vc are the jolo agent for the. --it" "C vs...--ton'
pure elder vlm-jinr, unite on hit tarm
nt Cotillon, Illinois, put up Inconvenient
klcd package tor family u-c, it ti 1 1 every
package warranted pure.
tf. COt-TKY, l'ACK .V Co.,
No. Ohio Lev ce.
If you want good goods at ,:ot,go loMo'.
cov1ci; Washington avenue, near Tenth
street.
There Is ,
rare . nf llovvcrs of
the most valuable specie on evhlMtion and
forsale on I'hllllj.'s wharf boat, which our
people, wishing choice selections, would do
H'nll tn nvnil(... Tl.... I. .... ...
well to examine. 'I hey ale Irom tho hot
houses of Dr. Harris or NutbMlle, who, wo
understand, win continue to strip them to
tins city uuring tne teaou, tv tr.vy meet
with a demand. Tor the prc-cnl, (:iit:ill
,u)u, oi i-iiiiiqrs wiiariiio.it, will answer
any questions in regard to them.
i7ei
In this city, at 2J o'clock, a. m Menriay
morning, Charl.-s IL, Infant sou of llcriuaii
ami Elizabeth Schmetz-toirr.
lUemucral will take place to-day at K.
minutes before 3 o'clock, mends ol the
family are Invited to attend.
WANTED "
At the Southern hotel, a good cook, a woman
preferred. Apply at the house iniuiciliatelv
OKNAMENTAL.
Hanging' baskets and rustle stand may le
seen at the Arlington house ftr .i few day.
KOU SALE.
Just received and lor sale, .'fl boxe Sii llj
orauges anilUumiis. 1). IIlup A iov
fs-361. " '
O.UKOANI) VtN'CKNNE-s UAIl.UOAIl
1 ralnt now lesve Calio and .Mound Cltv as
follovvi ;
Leave Cairo. .Pavc Mound Clly.
!i4-lu' 7:10 a.m. '
,,?..m' l.-IAp.m.
6:11 p.m. r:40 "
Clus.JXW'ooi., Oen'l Ticket Ag'l.
CUAMUEIt )K'co'jisii:ii i-
Notice Is hereby given that next Vnn.i
wornlng at 10 o'clock the sales, at auction
oi cuoice oi urawcrs in the tables of the
euaiuoer, win ne made at the room, ol the
ooaruoi iraue. Tlie member, are all n
luesieu w atienu. lly order ol the board.
"n r.. A. uit.KTT. ''e.-retar.v.
KLOWEJlX
A rare and beautiful collection of doners
i lue Arlington House, now on exhibition
uu lur naie cueaji,
NEwoooni.
XI.-. A . , ... ...
auiib i,us on cigutli sueet, l.ftvvecll
vvunutrciai anu wastilugton aycmies,!,,,
Just opened out a stock of new and fashion
"'J T''D" k'ood. She has one hiindrei
omereni styles of but, and bonnet
me urge assortment ol ribbon,
, flow
uu notions of all sorts, all m
be sold at the lowost prices.
yyideii wll
1'UJtEST WJUTL
And every variety of shade
or color. Diir
klllA. lll.MMtlr.,1 HI
economic. I. The Averill Chemical v2l
,., G:'r. , .s.""!auc l'l'HMtloii, re
v w.,, miuoer nor dryer. It l i i
nunc with a ,lr,i . f,.fl
Kloswy surface, does not run U, !
.aU-boM. WlUMtnib.cr.cknt, Tj'.
covom more with the same bodv ln,i . '
chaaper, more laitin, and better' In ,J.
respect tian any other paint. N. );. AVa1
CO.. MHftnl MSinl..! ... . . ' 1
i. i i iiiiu laeicnauts
ana
nuviawo agaow tor the A. O. 1
Sixth
swiween commercial and
Washing.
ion arajtuei. N. B. Be
cousttrfeltf are abrsd ! !
very
cautlout-
PKRSONAL NOCK-".
.ludgc linker It holding coutt at Mound
c"''
Mr..lohnUvlandvv.v to be "'
streets yesterday. r
Capl. Wm. H. llauiblolon and a number o
other -Mound Clt)ltc, were In C.vlro yc-lcr-
t'ay
Sl)r. II. Wnrdntrli In ht. I.ouIh attending
the meeting ol the American Medical amo
tion. SDr?. Sullivan and Kvani kit till- morning
lorlft. lijulu, to attend the American Medi
cal association.
We understand that Aldennan .John Hub
liuon of tho I'irth ward, l conllned t" the
house by slekncn.
Mr. len. Klsher, who liai been absent
I'roui the elly for ne.vcr.il weeks, returned
on Saturday ntght last,
I'lMt Asdstaut KngluecrJ. II. Harmony,
L'nllcd Statct Navy, hat been detached
from the station at tlih place, and oi?!crcd
to hold hlmcir In readiness to Join the lien
Iclaol the North l'acllic .Sijuadron, now at
.Sail rrauclsco, vc believe. Mound City
Journal.
Mr. .1. V. tlreg'Oii has removed to Cairo.
Wc are orr.v to looe so good a cltleti I
.Mr, (iregsun, and can only hope that wind
li our lost It to be hit gain, Suecc to him
in whatever branch of bulnet he may en'
gase. 'vMound City Journal.
LOCAL TOIMCS.
1'cncinent )ioue are In good demand.
Another nenr brick linlnei houe will
onn be I'ommeni'vil on Kijfhtli treet.
Conldcrahlc real estate in this city has
changed hand- within the past faw days.
Several of the llnet sleamers on the west
em waters were at the lanulngt In tint city
on Sunday.
Work on lller's brick building, on Com
mercial nvenue nearRlghtli i-trcet. N heliix
puucd along.
Hie work of lowering the tdevvalL- on
Walnut, between Klevcnth and Thirteenth
streets. wa commenced yesterday.
May "0. It decoration day. What do our
people propose to do about i It It not
about time ionic arrangements were being
made for the occasion ?
The 1'ulaskl county circuit court. Judge
1. .1. Ilakcr presiding, convened yesterday.
Tho Alexander couuly ilrcull court ad
journed on Saturday evening, that being
Cm last day of the term as llxcd bv law.
l-evee Mi-eet Is In an almost liniissslblo con
dition. '1 be work of removing and relaying
thu Illinois Central nillruad tracks, have
ueces9arlly len the whole width of the road
way without planks,' and drays and teams
are compelled to get through the mud at
best they can. It Is to be hoped this state
ol things will not be iiermltled to exist
much longer.
There 1- much coniplaiut about the condi
tion of the street uros-lug on Commercial
avenue, and curses loud and deep are being
heaped upon the beads of Iheutticlal of the
Cairo and Vluceuiies railroad, because they
have not bad the croisings rclald. Wo be
lieve the Cairo and Vineeuuca railroad have
nothing to do with the matter, and that it I.t
the duty of the city council to remedy the
evil complained of. lie tblt at It may. one
thing Is retrain that the crossings should bo
put down, and that, too, at once.
THE INJUNCTION.
Uulow wo iiuiilWU Uc InUmcUou granted)
by Judge ll.ikcr against the lllluols Central
Kallrt a 1 company, restraining fiat company
Irom using the tracks on Ohio levee for the
puip'jsc or making up train, etc. The item
w hleb appeared in Sunday morning's IIum.k
tin rather mis-stated the real order of the
court; and many of our citizens are or the
opinion that the company can do pretty
much as they have been doing even beloro
this Injunction was granted. .Such Is not
In. i... ..- i..
lncnt ,v,j, .(r0V(.
' TJlu ftW ,ll0 ,,,, Cellra,
ltallroad company in Chancery It is
lnH.l....l I... -I... ' .1 1. .....
ui mci ht mi, coun iiiMi iiiu ucicnu-
ant, Its agents and emiloes, be enjoined
Hum nniH-iiiiin u.i a uii.iiiiuriii uw ,111111- uu
. .. .. I .....1
i making up train on
Levee street til the city ot Cairo, between
rourin street ami f ourteenth street. That
said defendant, its agents audctnplojcc, be
also enjoined and restrained from leaving
locomotives or car standing on its track at
the street crossings: between said Fourth and
Fourteenth street, but that thu track to
the whole width of the cross srerts shall be
loll at all times clear of standing cars. And,
It Is further ordered, that until furthir
order herein, tho defendant shall be per
mlttcd to leave standing curs on its tracks
on Levee street above Fourth street and be
low Fourteenth street to this extent to-vvit :
Car may be lult on the outer side of said
tracks next to the Ohio river, except at the
street erolslngs, while being actually loaded
and unloaded, aud provided that nut
more than six cars ran be left stand
ing at any one time In front of
any one block, and It Is further ordered that
defendant, its agents and employes, be en
joined from leaving any ears or trains stand
ing on said tracks on Levee street between
Fourth and Fourteenth streets, except as,
and to the'extcnt.and forthopurposesaloie
said, and that writ ofiujunetlon Issue.
FLOUAL 1IEAUTIES.
Ladles, call and tee the hanging baskets
aud rustic flower stands at the Arllugton
house. They have Just arrived .from Nash
ville, and excel anything tit the kind ever
offered for sale In this city.
ICE CKK.YM SALOON.
At warm weather is approaching the
lovers ot Ice cream will bo glad to learn that
Messrs Saup Clarkson have llttcd up aud
refurnished, lu elegant stvle, their Ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain has
also been put In running order, and nothlnir
is wanting about the establishment to make
the pleasure anil comfort of thelrjpatrou
complete 4.1.VU
CO.M.MEUCTAL HOTEL
'I III- popular hotel has been rclltted and
improved, ami is now one of the inot coin
fartable Mopping place in the city. The
travelling public and persons desiring
plea. ant quarters by the week or Ujonth.wlii
always Unit them at the Commercial hotel.
Kates of board have been reducted as fol
lows Day boairi, per week; transit,
Jl ."si per day; board and lodging, Iromjsj
lo 17 per week. tl
Nona:.
Notice l heieby given, that Ilia annual
meeting oi tile slockholdeis of the Cairo I
City Fetry company will be held at the com I
iaii)' olllce, corner. -sixth street and Ohio1
levee In this city, on Monday, May li next
at 10 o'clock a. in., for the niirnose of el..,.i. ,
Ing seven directors to serve the ensiiim
year, and lor general business. '
Tlioo. W. 1Iau.hu v, Sec'y.
t'AiitoJhV, April 17, 1S73. t.7dtd
NOTICE OK DIS.SOLU'I IO.Y
Thu UrmofSchmettorl'A:Co.,bakeis and
coulectloncrs.No.ai Klehtbstn.et.ii. ii.i. .u..
dissolved by mutual content, Mr. .-ichuicu.
torU retiring. The business will be com In.
lied at tho old stand bv Mr. Kudolnh II..I..
tJcker,who is atithoried to receive all inou.
vj- ".mi tue tate tit in, and will pay all their
iisiaimiug accounts.
II. SCIIMETZOmUH',
KUI.OI.lll lltuSACKICM,
'"" Ma) 1, Jh73. MtJt,
CAIRO DAILY
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MKKTINO
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LAST NK1HT.
COl'.NCIL
The clly council mot In rcguli r ieslon
last night' ecn members being In attend
ance. Alter the reading of the minute of the
prcv ions meeting had been dispensed witb,
and reports ol several of the city ofllccis
read and approved, the mayor called upon
the street committee for their report.
Alderman Meyers stated that chairman ol
tho committee being ali-clit, no written ic
port had been prepaicd, but that ho would
state lor the information ol the mainl
and council, that the committee had mate
arrangements to have the sewer pipes c.
lend through the levee on that portion
now being widened, so tli.it the Idling would
not obstruct the mouths of the same. Also,
mat me committee had made arrangements
tJ have the bad places on Sixth street le
pilrcd, and put in good eondltlsn.
A petition was received from Mr. Salile
Yi atrlck, through her counsel, 1), T. Line
gar, slating that by reason of Injuries re
"' m inning uu me muii sidewalk on
Walnut street, the must be n cripple for Hie
aim aKeu that the council pay to her the
turn ol ;r, In full of all cUlms agaln-t the
cltyforviehdaraages. AldermanMorlsstated
that he In company with other members of
the council had called upon Mr-. Warrick
aim was convinced that the council would
act wisely 11 it accepted the niter undo bv
her through her counsel.
On motion, tho amount asked lor was al
lowed by a unanimous vole.
A petition was received from propeilv
owners on Klghth street, aklng that the
council do not pass the ordinance leipilrlug
the construction of brick sidewalks on
Eighth street, between Washington avenue
and Walnut street. The Petition was n-
reirod to the committee on streets, with in
struction to report at the next inrctl,,,, ,.r
the city council.
A petition from Moe Ko-s, asking that
an appronchto Washington aventle be made
on Seventeenth street, wa a1o referred to
the street committee.
A petition from the tru-tecs of thu Kir-t
Missionary Baptist ehuah (Itev. Mr. Shore,
pastor) requesting that the city pav one hall
the expense or putting down ga pipe from
the corner ol Tenth and Walnut to the cor
ner ol Tenth and Cedar street, wa re.
celvcd, and on motion laid upon the table.
The petition of John Slicelian, aklng pay
lor abolil one half of the month of Nov cm",
bcr, 1871, during which time lie had been
suspended Irom the police force by the
mayor, and the council reluscd to sustain
the suspension, wa received, and on mo
Hon allowed by a unanimous vote.
A large number ol bills were presented,
read and referred to the committee on
claims.
The city comptroller wa authorized to
adverMso forbids for tlie cltv pilming for
the next year.
A resolution aulhoriiing the mavor to up.
point one special police constable for the
month ol May, whose duly It should be to
pirform the duty of health ..nicer, was
passed.
The uiayjr nominated W. W. Woolen for
Mlehotllcc. Tho appointment wn. ...noir.i..
I fill 11V. UV"."'
A resolution authorliii" the iiin,iiii..ii....
I or il street crossing at the corneror Eleventh
..... nuiinii sireeis, was presented and
I'd
icucii to tuo street committee
COMMUNICATION!).
A communication was received from .Mr.
li. H. Cunningham, asking that the rent lor
the council chamber and the cltv clerk's
olllcc be raised to fcM per month, instead ot
till) as now. The proposition was accepted,
and the proper authorities Instructed to en'
ter Into an agreement with Mr. Cunningham.
On motion adjourned.
SA:11,;,VICEAIILE AND CNSKU
VICEAULE ORDNANCE .STOKES.
UUHKAV OK OHDNANCK. I
Navy Department, April 20, lsT3.
i ,',.l'eru. !vl" bu M)1'' Bt l,u,,ll' "uetloii to the
highest bidder, at 12 in., on Tuursday, Mav
-9th, 181, at the naval station, Mound cltv,
Illinois, a quantity of cannon projectiles and
miscellaneous article of oidnaiice, In pait
as follows,
00 31 pdrl'arrott rlrlc.
31 20pdrl'arrottrillcs.
1 30 pdr Dahlgren rllllc.
8r.0drDah!gren rlrlles.
.'3 pur cannon.
iiS eight Inch cannons.
1 six- inch mortar.
A large quantity, about 111 tons, ol ten
inch, eight Inch, 32 pdr, 30 pdr, 20 pdr, 10
pdr, and thirteen Inch mortar projectiles
and miscellaneous ordnance store, Includl
Ing u lot of scrap broiue.
Terms: Ten per cent. In government
funds on the conclusion of the tale, ami the
remainder within ten days, during which
time thu articles must be, removed irom the
station, otherwise they will revert to the
government.
It Is to be distinctly understood that no
guarantee will be given to purchaser of
articles oflered for sale and noted In tho
catalogue at regards their exact condition
or quality, but It is believed, however, that
everything offered for sale is as represented
ii i.iA.n J KrrKlts, Chief of llui eail.
The above it published by order of the
commandant of station, to whom per-on ,c
siring to become purchasers and vv I.hlng to
Inspect tho articles otlered for sah, should
"PI'1)'' FllA.SCIST. (ill.I.E'ir,
.Vti-iUvvlil Paymaster l. S. Navv.
II E.M 'Tl IT i, FLOW Kits.
For a lew days there will be on exhibition
unit lnt kit.. ,,l.. ..!!...-. .
- "'s i .iiiuigioii nouse a p'en.
did collection of llowers of all kind.. Ladle
invited lo call.
(iOOD HOCK HKK l
AT TltK
THALIA SALOON,
avenue!''0' ' 'mU hUVVt uul U'a8l,l"""'
Mr. .laeeke wishes to Inform ,, friend,
and all lovers or lUiek Iteerthat ho Ins jM
received a consignment or that bcver.i-e
which he will open to-day. Call around am
PHIL. IIOWAKD,
STEAMBOAT RUTCHKlt !
Wtw Mml Mitssk Huliuiui-.
ssvHj.)i4iiu,BiioBpaiJiiJirJniiLm,i,u
utiiBKiioutr
13ULmTJLNt TUESDAY, MAY 0,
MAHKHT HHPOHT.
I'hick CunuB.vr Omen, i
Caiho, Monday Evo., May 6, 1S7J. (
(IBNKIUI. HBMARK8.
Tho market exhibits little or norbanj-o
to-dav. UuiInosJ in n" its branches rep-
resontlng grain and country producolt re
markably quiet for this season. I'lour hat
boon a lilllu more animated lull busmen
Is conllned to tho order trade. Corn and
oats aro llfin hit Uio movement In each is
on n vervAlinlted scale. In ipltu of Uio
dullness prevailing and the fact that our
report shows n marked dcereaso in tlin ag
gregate ol aaieJ, In common with other
markets, wo feel justified In saying,
at wu review tho business or thu
last six month', that tho day Is near at
hand when Cairo will bu 0110 of tho lead
ing Hour and grain inaikcts of tlio west,
Situated as sho is In thu midst ol ono of
tho finest grain growing countries In tho
world, nt tho lunction of two mighty riv
ers, with railroads completed nnd new
j .
ones under way, reselling out In all direc
Hons north, east, south and west, pre
senting unequalcd facilities for cheap and
Q'llck transportation, lier permanent
advantages as u market must be acknowl
edited, and aro sure to place her In tho
front raiilt at n distributing point. Our
brief space prevents us enlarging on tills
suMact as wo should llis'o
to. and as Its nino.'taneo ilccerveJ
Krohlhts are llrm by river i to Now Or
'JO an ! 10 and to Memphis 15 and
15). Tho M. and O. road bat reduced
their freight tarill", Cairo to Meridian to
ISje on grain nnd ti()3 on Hour,
ruv: markki-.
jatgrCorrospondeuts should bear in
mind that our quotations repreiorit prices
for round lots from first hands', unles
otherwise stated, and that in tilling turn!)
orders higher prices mu-t bo paid.j(eJ
l'LOrn Very quiet. Low grades alo
especially dull. Tho stock In tho market
is large, with llttl demand except In sup
plying tho wants of the order trade. Sales
embrace 100 bids 7 60; 100 bids $0 to
$'.l 55; 2d., bids $0 JO to $7 r.0; UOII bbls
on onion ?0 to 110, and 100 bbls do io 7.',
to 510.
11 AY No demand at a. I, plenty In the
market, cars choice mixed sold at $10
18 del, and 3 ears prime to choice
timothy $l7(i)1ti del.
COHN None on track to-day. There
is a fair demand for tho ordor trade, but
small receipts would supply the market,
Prices aro llrm at previous quotations,
closing to-day, saclioJ, at 47 13c for
tnijod; 48fil!iii for whito in car load
lot'; small lots on orders command '.'3e
more. Sales embrace - cars wliito 4S
I'.);; i! carj mixed 47tis.': 2 ears white
4'.lc; Hears wliito on track in bulk !:!',l0c;
2 ears mixed do SiI'Jc.
OATS Very llrm at 37c. Tho demand,
however, is small, and only lor thu order
trado. Salos .'! cars mixed, sacked nnd
del. U7c; i! ears in lot', .T;.(7t; 2 cars,
lra:k, :11c.
WHEAT No tece'nil and no sales-
may bo quoted unchanged.
COKN MEAL l'ricos show a slight
upward tendency. Tho order trado con
tinues good, but there is still a largo sur
plus on thu markets. .Sties comprise 100
bbls, S 1) del, 2 21(1 LiO.
POTATOES I'oach blows aro becom
ing scarce aud prices lend upward; sales
CO bbls from More $2 50, nnd 20 bbls
sweet potatoes S 10.
nUTTER-Markot glutted, very dull,
no demand at all, tho choicest is hard lo
sell at 25c. '.',000 pounds choice sold at
2225c.
TOKACCO Tho tobacso market may
be said io be fairly established and activo
auction sales aro uiado twice it wool
Kales on 'Change, to-day were 1 hhd $1
and 1 hhd $25.
V K(J ET A li I, E.S We noten few curlv
vegetables on tho market and roady sales
:t bbls now potatoes ot $S; 2 bbls now tur
nips 'J.',; 7 bbls green peas at $'J per
bushel; 8 boxes string beaiih at $2 15, and
A bushels carrots S'J.
KOOS Market eaiy and well supplied
Sales 2,000 dozen 12c.
PKOVISIONS-Unehaiiged.
UACON Quiet, Lut very llrm, with
smaii niocs; on iianu, shoulders aro
quoted at 8c, clear rib sides ut lOJc, clear
sides at lOJc.
HAMS Aro In fair donmnj and firm
at M10c r lb for sugar cured. Tlain
country cured 18c.
J,A1) Hollncd is in light supply and
in demand. Tierce, reflnod, i now held
ut 7J(o,8c; keg nlOe.
11KHAKFAST IIAUON-Is in better
supply and tho demand Is only moderate.
Quoted at llj12c.
DRIED FRl'IT. Very little dolnK
Dried peaches aro quoted at 6lic, and
dried applet at fie.
SUGAR. Activo and selling I'Jlc for
cotl'eo A j UUJo for erushod, powdered
and granulated.
TEAS. Imperial, 751 25 i Unnpow
der, 751 25 ; OolonK black, 75r;iyfl ;
Young Uyson, $ I1 -lo.
CHEESE. Good demand j Now York
factory V lb 1 CI 17c.
SYKUPS-The demand is fair for
ehoico at fi0c?l "J? gal and Now Orleans
at 7580c.
PLASTERING II A I K. Don V bushel.
LIME. In lots $1 'J,', to 1 60 V bbl.
CEMENT, At wholesale ?2'J 50 V
bbl.
COAL OIL.-'J5(a'J7o.
GUNNIES.-Ro-sewed 2J busbols 18c;
S bushel 'JOc,
HUKLAPS.-'Ji bushels i-orn, !U ois
IDJc; do 10 mi. 10c; K bushels Oats -'Oc; 5
bushels 21c; ti buiboll 2'Jc.
ItEESWAX.-lii lb 30o.
SOAP. Schaefl'er's German mottled
71c; Champaign soap, 7-lc.
TALLOW, V lb 7c.
C01TKK .lav solliue al!)067ia2c: I
Laguayr. SlJSc; Rio, primo to
I ctiolco 2125c.
, lillOOMS. Dull; common house i0
1st 50; choice wid oxtra choice 3
T.i j steamboat $4 fi00 00.
fltKIQHT Cotton, eompretstul, to
:w Vorlf a6o. tl) BollODi tli Uu.
1873
comprossed, to Now Terk, $ 1 Hi to Hoi-
ton $1.
RATES To Now Orlei nt and Vlcki-
burgt Potatoes, applos, ole, 40c; pork
l! pound frolithtt 20s per cwt; hay
$7 60 por ton; whiskey $1 40porbbl.
TO MEMPHIS Hour, olu 30c ponw;
pound freight! lo por cwt; hay C 00 per
ton whiskey 80c per bid; pork 60c per
bbl.
HIXLlNKltr.
M US. MoUKH,
-In KtKMh turret, UieonCoinmr:llsu,l Ws.t
UKlon Aniis, I, iUIIv rscslsmi
NEW Ml 1,1,1 NHHY (JOODS
or tas
I.ATK8T SHIltNd AN1I H'MMKII fTTl.Ks
Heshlss lull bns nf
-HOISrJSsrjETS &c ha-tb
I I rihiiimil aud iibtriinmviii)
KhKNUil KI.OWEIIH, HllillUNd, TKIMMtMl
of nil kinds, I.arvs, etc., etc.
Sirs. Mc(l Iim also a lrn aoortmeal
KsneJ Attlclrs,sucb s
N'KUK n.'-l, U'M.LAtts). UNIiRhHLKKVl-A,
KL'Ft''H,HA81IW, KANfi,.
Anil all other articles muslly IoudJ In s
KlUST-CLASS M1LLINEHY 8TOKK
-,,IS. JHATI I, III U.IUIIIUll l.
Fancy nnd Millinery flood, ha
C implcte assortment of Clnelni
In addition
to her Ktoi k ol
:i a tine and
mulcte assortment of Cincinnati Custom
made Lndles' and Mlses' .Shoes and Chil
dren' Knots, lllack and in Colors. These
ari-aeknnvvleilgeil to be the tllict and best
ever In the market, and this It the only
hou-e the cltv that make them a speclalt)
U H T UOOIII,
'72. FALL AND WINTKK '7S
CHAN NY.
LA HUE ST0I!K.
IlllUWn Mil K KTl N (In,
I'KINTS,
TICKIWOa.
I! li K C K ti,
t S T R I P E 3,
KENTUCKY JXANS, rXTHA
CAS9IM KltS,
ill, ACK ALPACAS
LUSTERS,
GROS'.RAIN 8ILK8,
lOSI.I.MN.
liA'tOK HTOUKOF OAllr-y.TING
OIL O LOTH S,
WlATTt.WO,
tVliidotf niiKdse,
UILT UANIll,
jui iirsiuiA.M i,At;r.
UU r.atlre Nioek
ST
VERY LOW KIOURBS.
COHNKHHTU it. and oouuxhculsav.,
Cnlro, llllBala.
tsMlIf
IIOAT N-raKKH.
S A M W IliSON,
Ulltll IK
BOAT 3TOEE3
OKOCCB'8,
PROVISIONS K T C.
No. IIO
Out Lavas
Caio, III
URO!KHItM
JOHN SIIKK1IAN,
RETAIL GROCER
Ami Drsler la
VKUKTAHLKS,
HLKS, KRUITS. KOOS, LARD i
KRK.S11 11UTTKR, KTC.
U3T All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
Corner Utn
23 tf.
St. audCotnmeruialAve.
HTK liVT4.
OAYilo'ANb'FAbuOA
MAII, BOAT,
Tli splonJM tramsr
J-A.S. FISK,
Dick Powlku, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday oxccntodl at
l p. m for rrelKht (ipassat'e apply on boat or
to
tf "
1I. JlJI.I.IlltV Al,'l
liurciiKHst.
IIVU.NU)l:.SAlt7rrH,
AND 1IKAI.KIIH IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK KVKRY DK.SCIIIPTIO.N,
Corner KHIi street and Commercial avenii
next door to tho liylaud saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
DAN1KL LAMPKRT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
v'iohth Mr, iit.Com. X VVii
sAlllO, LL1NOIS,
BARCLAY
WIIOLIMAI.U
DRUGGISTS,
:rro.
PR XJGS
I HI 1 us;H'-M S i
CHEMICALS.
IfffsM
BRUSHESJI
Iaiurro,
UKMCTICS
i-sinibiis
TOILCT
stucnt.sL
'VtttlGlB' B 'COLORS.
SXAS
lri"i IliO Aiuenean Tiiil.ltn
vvr.ii
yet i.;;e-l 1 1 ."lu i .ti-,', . ,n ,,,t
liaiju-'lrUvnatyMthe nan... 4i',
cxtiMil Wound.s.CuU.UuTM.MIH,,
iitXUt. I. . . .111.. .iil.t 1. .. I....V
and
a .lUTll!
)AI.)(.N,
KL DORADO
H' I.LI ARJ) SALOON AND UAIJ
ROOM. JOHK UATJX, l'r,.,.rlnii...
lot Onmriif rcul Asnan,
CAIItO, II.I.ISDle
Best hrsoii of Csllfo 4UUrlu reouiv ,J,
IllLLIAJtD saloon fornl.l toil uilli f h. I itdt
0fUblL'MUH! !nir?iianIItid Willi win
and clears of theneft brands.
th e" "
LITTLE KENTUCKf AN
SALOON
ANI
(Open Day and Night.)
.. M. PARKS, I'roj.rictor,
Ohio Levee, but, -llti and.uth iifef.,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKALS ATA I.I, IIODRs.
A line new Dlnln.. 1 1 1 1 u.iii, ..
veiileiice ha e'n added to this popular
Restaurant, and' th su win n,,,i J, ......
reqiiMii! lorthelraccomodatloii. '
TIIHIIII.I.oKFAIli: j
constK of every nilitanllal and delicacy ol I
the season,
TEL" IE -JBJLBl
isnipplicd Willi the
CHOICEST LHilIIIKS,WINFS&L'l(iA US
trST.Mixed drinks prepared with care,
11-10 tt.
HA1
CAIRO CITY CO A r,
Is pri-parail to
supiilr O'H-c mf
oiinlltv n(
'i'i in
PITTSBURG AM) ILLINOIS
o. iiVvkk or at th, rU otli " I
S Charle ok-l h M r e. i ar'' hvUnr '"-' '
tlon. The Tco ..'jf ontauk uin0!1'1,'1 ,l,,c"- I
W.!... -a,
:::::--- I
OIIDKRS lelt at llullhl .v n
J1U.. H. DOL(JLAS,
33-H32STTIST.
A COIIlllllll klllllllt- n I ....
tlas, fni-the p, ,V'.' '".y iroiisOvldo
tlu-pctal ittJr'iSJ:' i""1' ni
(tCt'lll
w ui . ,M, ah,, iM,.i.n. '-"'vvi Bsur
(BARCLAaYJ
ROTHERS,
11-2fi-tf.
t'isill'ft r,.t
BROTHERS,
AND lli:TAIL
7l- oi-iio Liu-vjijnr
Jtotail ami rn-H'rtiliu
Comer M'.isblngloii
and Eighth stleet.
CHEST rilOTKn'OUsS,
Of
ihaiiiol- nnd iu,,lt
for weak lungs.
skin
At IIARCLAY IIROS,
( III.OUATK
LOZENGES
i
TOR sold.' TIIIIOA I'.
Prepared and il.t
II v IIAItCLAY LiROS
HOKSK AM)
I A I I I . K M K I III 'I V I.
And Dlsiiifcetaiils lor .Stable
At 1IARCLAY IIROS
FINK CICJARS,
IION'IIV IICK.'i
" YOI'.NU AMKRtCA,
A til! 1 nlt-s.r.nl lwt.itt.
m s.-.H Ol.llill J 1 1,
At IIAROLAY HROrf.
ji - r . SB
. ....... .. "" ii ni rmirc-
Mi vrY. tv
vT. V " 'V,,. -"l-f1-..M.JJir.NT
I at Mu.. r.0,, n,,,i ii m n .. . ..
r.l-1.. .1.. .. , ... . ' --, . .I-UIO
'HAGAX'S
Magnolia BaJm
A 1TW AI'I'LICATION'S MARK A
Pure Blooming Complexion.
. u . ,y ' WuM'- oJ Itt orsrstloD U soon
sad Wt tt CLce. ft iloes my WJU ttia riutaed
Sf?,"11" '"O remove. sit l.io.'.S'' IjJfiT
rrtcklrs, sml Huuburn!
.0V7crfut Influence ui.uUe. L tsulo4 e&tl wit.
i..l i.t Is.. ....I.. 1
YOUTHFUL BLOOM AND BEAUTY,
Jili'ark i'Uo- .New Vork. '
Hepo:,
hook ni.Muxu.
PATRON IZK
HOME TBADE !
0. II U ELS
Late of St, ,ou.
HOOK HINDKR AM) f,ANK
MAN UPACTlf ItKR,
HOOK
HUfiLEThX IJ1NDERY,
' '"trior Twelfth street and Commcn-lal Ave
ItLANIC MOOICSof every il, i,,,,.., ...
Willi inclines mid dispatch. All ti 'V'""
" 1 o m at shmt n..lce " II .,M V
MaKal..es and PerlodlcalH boun ,1 , eat ami
at ,lm u,Wvft '" ' ra,,',V
jJwoA.sueh as Records, jfc ,
lloxcs. Pocket Hunks, j:Vu i,',"' ""
rullitvr ilouiwit short notice. lUMes. m,,",'!'
made to pnler
tf
H 2
SKAI.KD PROPOSALS
1 Will ho received nt 77 Ohio 1' .
' i t - JO I'"' '' reiuovulol I oil,, ,? ""III
. 'i! provided in ordinal. cZj, ,7"
JienllnauW' 'I ha council c""
Ht to reject any and all bids o,er?
i'i' r. i tn tint ii,.:i i,." '. ..UIU! hou hi hu
1
.... .ll'!,mWU
OAlIWi
Ills.. Amll.-io '1--. ' '"'"Ptroller.
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