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LnHAI, WKATIIER REPORT.
Ointitvun'M oikici:, caiko. Ills-. I
September'., 10:11 i.iu., H73. I
li.iromolcr, .'Mi. In degrees.
'1 Ihm iiiuiiic t(Y, ".'I ilcitrees.
Willi! loulheast. Velocity 1 mllB I"
Imiir.
Weather cloudy.
, Maximum temperature lor liit 21 hours
8i degrees:
Minimum teiiipeiatuie lor the last 24 lioiu
70 donrec
PretallliiK wind lorla-t'.N bonis, north
tatt.
Total number of miles tmele.l by wind
during last 21 lioun, 100.
KliVt IN llAHI.AND,
Observer Sl:iul Senile. II. a. A
MTK.tMUOATM
"OAliui AND PADUGAll
MAIL HltlT.
I l.c plmJU I.KII1T
1T.A.S. FISK
Dick Kowi.ku, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) lit
I p,m ror llrlirM or pag apply u m.a
or in .Ia. Mai.uimy, Ai't.
ii
muni t:rm.
llVIiANl) SAIJ'HH,
AND DKALKKH IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
or KVKKV DEsCIHP'ION,
(,'omcr llHU rtrect and Commercial aVehll
next door to the llylaml nilonii.
ILlCtf. OA I UC), IMA
.jacob Walter,
BUTCHBB
AND DKAI.LH I.N
FRESH M EAT,
KKillTIl STUICXT, t K1 WKKK WaMIIWOTOI
andComukucul Avknuw,
Atljofuln Ul 'tpriU'iumn itul llHititjr'n
Kfp ihfl bmmt or Ht, Cork, Muttuu
LfcUib, Smi(C, to Litre prpftfi lo hirr
ettiiDk In th ml v:,iUbI wun-r.
JOHN SMITH,
(Hucesur tu .lames Kynaton,)
IlUlCllKH AND DXALKH IK ALL KlNDS OF
Fhimii Mr.Ain.
Cuknkk Ninkikniii and I'otlak Sts.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
lluya ami slaughters only die best cattle,
bogs mill sheep,' ami In prepared to till any
Jeuiaud fur fresh moat f ruin one mnii tu
len thousand pound.
.IAMKS K YN ASTON,
'JB 'U T O EE E 3r&
AMI IIK.VI.KK IN
ALL KINDS OK KRKSIl Mi: ATS
.Near ear. Tvrs-ssllrlls SSrrrl null ('inn
uicrrlnl Arrunr,
Ittiy hikI shughtcrp only tlio beat Cattle,
ilogs uml Sheep, ami l prepared to till or
lers fur Fresh Moat from one to tun thou,
sand pounds.
WARD k ROBERTS,
Dkalkim ix Window .Shahei",
Wall Pai-kh, 1'uiiic Wiiitk
Lead, Li.vbxkd Oil
ILLUMINAT1MG OIL,
SrniiTH TuiirK.NTi.vis, Gluk
Shellac, Alcohol, Etc., Ktc.
Watlilugton avonuo and Klovcntli stroot,
Cairo. iM.tsot
l. II. MATIIUBB.,
.0 UlU
MATUUSS ti UIIL
AM UJ'.SfKHAI.
C o u m i a s I oy M k u c Hants
UKALEIW i.N
Xiorrie, geain:
1AY AND WESTERN I'RODUOE
lllll'l l.'.VKK
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH BTKEET,
MaTWBK WABIl'N AVKNUK AMD WALNU1
Dr. H. K, rulitn Inform Inn imltlo llil lit ha
oinuil a
, i y k r r s r a ji l k
od tho nurtliwMI huIu of Tnlh Btrui-t nam
atiOTe.
lilt HKtlun will l fumlnhcj with nuno tint tti
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VKH10LES.
ivuil the public may bo iiccouiuioilutiMl ut ul
hoUMof tliu ilay ami night with ijIu tuatnt
on the lo-vost terniH.
Dr. Field avkxu liaru of public patronnL'o
anil will endeavor to uu-rlt It by fair dealing
mid dtrlct atU'ntlnn to IhikI
HOOK lllNDINM.:
VATHONIZK
HOME rDttJLJDtt
BULLETIN BINDERY,
Jorner TwolftU atreot and Washington Ave
j. c. h:uels.
(Late of St. Louis,)
I'KOritlBTOK
HOOK HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
in. ANK nooiiK of evorv description dono
with noatnona und illnpatcb, All kludu of
ruling dono at Bbort notice. Illblci, Music.
Migazlnca anil I'erlodlcala bound noat and
ai tno lowest possible rates.
iounty work, nuoh as ItecordJ, Dockets
Fee Books. Ulankt, etc., mado a ipeclallty
iloxoa, rocket Hooks, Knro lopes, etc
m la to order 11-21
THE BULLET
CA1KO LOCAL NEWS.
..'.ll'.M..'.,H.M.. I..SI.I.M.I.,..,, ,,M,i
'I'iik Oreat Ilumoriit
Datilol .Moiris,
will appeiir at tho
Athotietim,
Tliuriday, tSujitomlur 11.
Look out lor programme!.
Nu vxlm cLnrt'ij for tcmrved eeati.
To bu had at llartrunli I
Tut lait of Juoti't "Un tliu Wuig" lot-
ten tor Is. J app?ar on our ttooud pago
to-uay.
luu ituainur lUrirv Aui! it bard
aijlouiid ut Lluud No 20. Shu it out of
lUi uhatibel
I mill cull my untlru itock of wall pa
per at Cost- altir to-day. Tuo ot tbu
bktt papur liarigxri in tbu city at tbu itufi.
i ry inu. ,u. -i Seventh HrBt
II Aui.e.
Wl. II. Dkk.due, a uiti2n of Montreal
Can adit, who look paiB; n tlio llelleul
.lhruvt oft at Hbreveporl lor bli home,
Uluil (liottly alter and waa Lurried at the
foot of (Otilicil llend two and a half mile!
billow llludiio'i Inndln;.
On lait .Sunday ovuninu tbu plloti of
tlio I'.mma ('. hlllott nlacod a bouv on
Uacon iWPIt, At tbu Mvur it uuitlllL'
down to uitrumely low water it wai fourud
that utile. u marked toiuu boat uilfbt
ttrlk.j tbu ruck and serioui damagu b the
remit.
TllKhlh rbool did not open ye. tor-
la)- becauio of tbe tlcknesi of l'rof. Al-
vord, who It ronllnod to bit room by
juluiy. 'I'liy ivhool will, bovvuvvr, not
withstanding tint iIckneM of tho profenor,
lio operiHil Ktid organized this morning by
Minci Stockini; and Frcneli.
(ieoniiK Laitnkk'.i Lim ii. At Geo.
l.attner'i Kicebilor talooti, corner
of WaiMni-tori avenuu und Koiir-
tith ctreet, li tbu place to et
line lunch. KvorUbitiL? in tervud
up in iooi ttyle, and Geuro biunelf pre-
tion to el) tdat all am waited uj'on.
J Ml"
I'.kMovkd Miti A. and M. Colby
have romuved their dreii-making estab-
ll.hmont from Iludert block to .Seventh
rtrcet noar Commercial avenuo, bero
they will coutlnuo tbu biiiinesi, and rei-
pt-ctfully ak of tho ladies of Cairo a con
tinuani'u of their hitherto liberal patron
a) 'J-li.G; '
A hficui. train will luavu tbu C. A: V.
IS. K. depot thi afiornoon at 1.30 o'clock
for Mound City and return at 5, tbut giv.
iiiH our citlzeni who deiim to witneu
tbu game of lute ball between the Hiver-
i'l-M i.nd Nemo clubi tlmo to do so, and
jet back to Cairo not later than C o'clock.
Faro for round trip JO tutili.
TllK riei,'ro who wat arrested for etittintr
notber ncro on tbe leveo with u razor
.Saturday night wbi diicbarired by
'olicfl Maottratu lllrd. There it tome-
thitiK rotten In this Iri rnurk.
wjunded (iHro, who received icvrre
uuv 1119 Rrcatiant to the
ollicurt, but afterwardi concluded that he
might bo mistaken, and to tcitilied.
Ki.uiorr ii Havtrok.v inform the pub
lic that they will clo out their lummer
itock of ladle.' and gentlemen's and boyt'
and girl' booU and thoef, icJhiu the nrt
tin du -t at coHT. Tint it no", an advor
tiiirij; dodgu to obtain trade, in all may ai
certain by calling and priclm; goods. The
itock must bu closod out, and people may
now obtain the bust bargains they bare
ever had in boot) and iboos.
At a regular meeting ol tho Hibernian
Fire company, held las', night, tho follow
ing olliceri wore elected : l'reiidenl,
Win. Mollalu; Vice I'resident, 1'.
O'Laugblin; Heeretnry, O. 1'. Lyon;
Trcaurer, A. .Smanka ; Forornan of En
gine, l'hil. II. Howard; Afsittant, Smith
Tjrroncej Foreman of Hoio, T. M.
Livetl; Assirtiint, J. M. Hogan ; Hoard
of I)i eotors, Tho?. Keano, il. .1. How-
loy nud .lohn Clancy.
All tho public schools of thU city, ex
cept tbe high school and thu negro school,
wore opened yintunlny. Tho attendancu
was large. This seislon has Icon com-
menccd under very favorablu nuiplces,
Toachors of grout exporienco have been
ongagod, and l'rof. Alvord, with greater
powers than he has had heretofore, opens
the campaign n our oducational general
Ltlmo, dolcrminHd to make the schools
better than they havo over been before,
and ujual to any in tbu state.
On Sunday overling last wliilo Mr.
Goorgo Groagson uml bis mother wcro re
turning from a visit to Mound City, wbon
a short dlstanco below tho residenco of
Mr. Thos. Hnlllday, tbu horse became un
managablo and run away. Aftor running
a short distance, tho buggy was capsized
and both Mr. and Mrs. Groagion thrown
violently to tho ground. Mrs. Groagson
was 60vuroly cut about tlio face, but ro
colvod no other sorlous injuries, Hor son
escaped unhurt. Tho buggy was com
plotoly demolished, tho top being left in
ono place, tho body in anotlior and tho
running guar somuwbore else, Tho horse
and buggy belonged to tho livery ostab-
lishmont of Mr. Perry Powors.
Tub Dontoti fevor It already beginning
to rugo iti tho city. In anticipation oftho
coming of that great lecturer the doubtors
und thu believers are on the tip too of ox
poctatloD. Wo alonn aro calm. Luckily
it has occurroil to us that as groat men us
Donton lived and died boforo ho was born,
and that if ho ii tho man destined to sot the
rivor on lira wo aro not to blame, and ilo
not cato. Wo can stand it if bo enn, und
If he can't thorn aro others who can. But,
to bo candid, Donton has a ready tongue
a woll as a good many orainu in hit head,
ana wo approciato him. Wo liko to listen
to him, and intond to ; and wit shall, we
know, approolato tho blows ho will striku
at tho many ovlls of tho day, oven
if wo don't gulp down his crude, und al
most ridiculous notions about spirit! anil
tho spirit world.
THE CAIRO DAILY UULLIiTlN, TUHSDAY,
I Tut sermon of Kav. Mr Tbavernf tl.
Presbyterian church, delivered Sunday
night, on tbu subject ol "lbo Unknown
God," although It was not a review of
Mr. Ingcrsol's oration on "Tbo Gixls,"
was, In ono serin-, a reply to It. Mr.
Ingersol, as wu understand him, says
tboro is no God, that matter existed from
eternity and that llfu Ii nothing but thu
roiultof h system of development without
an authur and which It tbe result of uotb
ing. Mr Thayer undertook to show that
tbu evidences ol the exiiteocu of God
evidence existing outside of Hevelation -
are numurout and In tbu mind of any
ruaiotiablu person, concluiive. We did
not bear tbe lermun, but several periutii
Who did, have told ui that it Wus eloqilolit
and learned, that thu luperitructuru of
"lbe Gods' oration wai knocked down
by thu reverend "Heman's logic, und
that tbu intldelt who wuru present weru
luaJu tu leel that tbuy aru walking on
very uncertain grojiid.
OfK much'travtlod corresponding Hon.
J. Wilcox, I'oniierly of Cairo but now a
'itUijfi of the world, hat acquired a mill-
ttry title by his valor in the late Modoc
wir. That bu could handle thu pen, and
write a racy lettur In execrable cblroura-
p"iy, was n well-known fact to many of
his friends and to thousands af tbo road-
Of TllK II 01. 1. RUN ltlio had nevnr
va.ed upon hit handtomu featuros, but
that be could bandlo tbu sword wat never
known to mortal until he enlisted In tbo
Modo: war, and with his own band cap
tured Capt. .lack. Dr. Dunning always
sId hu had been cut out for a soldier, but
I . II. Itrclay and J. Johnson laughed at
tbu declaration, and wbenevor they laugh
at anvtbiriL' that Mulshes It. And vt
luettcamo out of that war a colon! as
may be iemi by the following paragraph,
which wo copy by the St. Louis 'Times -'
"Colonel .luett Wilcox (".Lu-o-tt". the
spicy corrupondent of The Caiko Hi i.lk
ti.n," says tho 'Times,' "roturnod to this
city u fuw days ago from an extonuod visit
eau. Tho colonel was formerly a popular
steamboat clerk, but of lato years has been
known as owner and proprietor of thu St.
Charles Hotel, Cairo III. For thu past
two seasons ho has luaied bis hotel, but is
now talking of running it again himself.'
AuoLNt Swoiiojia, in " card'' pub
lished In tbo 'Sun' yesterday ovening prc
nouncos an eulogy in his dog, now lying
Tory dead at tbu bottom of the Mlislssippl
river, tent to hit death by Marshal Mc
Halo. Tho dog was a genuine "St. Her-
nard , " was imported to this land of talk
Ing freemen and barking dogs at a cost
cf$S3j would carry ice and messages :
twice saved a housu from burnlni- and
;avo thu llrst alarm when Pitcher's house
almost went up in smoko two ycart ago';
would find loit money; was a servant in
the house of .Swoboda and was always
faithful. Well, who said tbo Swoboda
dog did not merit all tho praiso ho has
rcsoived from his maitor' Ho was. no
doubt, a faithful dog, and wa do not
blamu Swoboda for wuepiui: at his tomb
or duiirlng to punish his slayer ; but, the
lucition in which wo aru interoitcd it
thi. i '- ...
nitv m.
it to order, lu
dc"j running
servants 10 win unmuzzleU
-j.uii me i.rerts in cortaln months, and, If
it has, can tho officer performing tho duty
bo compelled to pay damages to tbo owner
of a dog killed by liim ? " Swoboda't dog
valuabln as ho is said to have been, was
not proof against hydrophobia, and
thoru U no rcnton why he, endangering
human life by runningat large unmuzzled
in what has been deiignatcd tbo hydro
phobia season, should not bu killed. Ho
sides this, tbcro is reason to beliovo that
tho Swoboda dog was tho terror of bis
neighborhood in his life, and that in his
dsalh hu is not mnch lamcntod by tbo
public.
TllK Hot. Mr. Shores, under tho drip
pings of whose altar, we and several oth
er white Haptists sat on list Sunday
night, cannot tolerate newspaper pulling.
A pull' angers him ; but wo bopo ho does
not become Indignant when an editor, In
tho interest of thu cause, referring to him
wrltai words of praiso which aro also
words of lobcrnoss and truth. Wo be
liovo he will permit us to fay Unit his sor
mon on Sunday night was a romarksble
sortnon. Thu text, "If tho footmen worry
you, how can you stand befom tho horse
men," or wordt to tho same ell'ect, permit
ted tho ministor to tako a wido range, and
ho availed hlmsuif of the opportunity
.Mr. Sall'ord, in whose comfortable pew wo
bad a pleasant teal, Capt. Morris, and
Cols. Harmau and Phillips, as well as lbo
ladles present, woro all dolightoil; and
Mr. W., who has boon somewhat touched
with skepticism, was almost persuaded to
bo a Christian, lint to return to tho
horsotnon, or rather to the sermon. Mr.
Shoros does not woar a postensious
coat, or nabob boots, but
can handlo a pattage of the
scriptures without gloves, ami neither
Sleeper nor tho Devil, who are, to far as
we know, ouo and tho same person, eta
prevail against him. Linogar is of
this opinion. Wo aro awaro of tho fact
that Judgo Mulkoy is not; and although
wo aro a studont of his and draw from the
light of his countonanos our knowledge
or tho law, wo bog loave to not agroe with
him. Howovor this It foreign to our tub
ject. To roturn to tbo sermon, wo would
again repeat our doclaration that it was a
remarkable eormon. Mr. Shores has much
of tho originality ol Huv. Henry Ward
lioecbor, but hat not all tho polish of that
divine. Ho had not Henry's opportuni
ties, Mr. Shores was onco n slave, and
all ho knows ho taught himsolf and more
too. Wo know ho has trials. Ho is the
good applo treo of tbo orchard under
which Ho tho clubt which havo boon Hung
into its branches, but he is not a reed
Bhakon by tho wind, Ho undoubtedly
can and will ovorcouie both footmen and
horsemen,
At an Informal mooting of tho board of
education of tho Cairo public schools bold
nt tho ofllco of the board, Septombor (I,
I8"t!t tho following named members woro
prosent : J. 1L Phillis, K. Korsemoyor
and K. C. Paco j Goorgo Fisher and W.
P, Halliday bolng absent from tho city,
Tho board was called to order by .1. It.
Phillip, Kiq., who stated tho object of tho
meeting wat to give u.pressluii, in a bo
Utting manner, ol the foolhgs wu entertain
at tbu loss by lbo removal of our estoomed
associate and president, Capt. Daniel
Hurd.
Thu following preambbi and resolution!
weru then adopted :
W HKHKA3, Circiimitanci's of sulllcient
inUrujt havo arisen as to induce tliu re.
moval of our asiociatu and president, D.
Hurd, Irum this city und troiu n apheru of
active usefullness, to Duiiv-j , Colorado,
and
W'dkiika", We, as mumper ol tild
boarJ, recognizing bis pusl and pteiulit
uiuiiiioeit ns ii lueuiujr oi ii... Lounl and
to toinu uxluut thu loss likely to bu sus
tained by bis retiring theretrjin. Tbure
toru bu It
I'.e'olVed, Tbtt Wu re.-oglii j in Capt
Hurd a sinceru Inelid to tbu causu ol uilu.
cation a ud a faithful workur therein, und
that tbu present high decree ot eirel-
lento alluliied by uur Dublin seh-els. m
duu mainly to bis persistent etl'orl. lim
ing long ago t.itulleJ hlmsell that .ilneu.
tloti wus thu only means of eluiiin,g und
rellnlng society," ho tint, bunt bis t-ntiru en
ergies in that direction and by Ins gentle
manly, cnrisiiun manner lias "ptoVid bis
faith by bis works' and utidutred bmn.ilf
to tho friends of tbu causu.
Unsolved, Tbut bv bis ruiiiuval the
couriu of educullon in Cairn lou-
of ill most faithful friends and warmest
aavocales, and while wu tltid worJi bn.
tlrely inadeiiiatu to oxpress thu regret wu
feel at his removal ; yet, wulru't, that in
bis fur-uwuy homuliu will bu atlu lo con-
inuuiu ms ripe oxpericnuu lo tbu chuso so
near ms noart, ami realizn thu benefits for
i l.o r f...h.rllv, lu.r.i. ,
Kesolvod. That hu carries Willi bliii tin-
btst wishes of the board for thu futuro
happiness and prosperity of himiulf and
family, and an hi ranee of thu warm
regard entertained for him bv bi asoc!a-
lei, and in distant future nhon heads now
dark shall havo becomo slivered with age
tho recollections of theso pleasant associa
tions mall no as creon spits on tho nairo
of memory.
Unsolved, That (. ant. 1 urd bn furn.
Ished with a copy of the aiove, tli.it they
be spread in full upon thorecordi o( tlm
Secretary, and a copy furn Oied thu city
papers lor putiiiCHllon.
J. II 1 iiil.l.i-,
F K'ir.-MKYKIl,
K. C. Pk-k.
Caiiid, Ills., Sept. rt, 187X
WANTED.
A good eollcitor for an jntirelv now
business, witli a small capital. Apply to
G. W. Stellinius, office dalh I'.ui.i.kti.v.
!l-fi-3t'
I'lc.vTcr
Tbo Christian Union Suniliv school of
Cairo will havo ft picnic at Xow Grand
Chain station, Saturday the Uth Inst. A
special invitation li given to ill tho Sun
day schools of the city, nlso Mound City,
Caledonia and Grand Chuln, and all
friends of tho Sunday sciiool cause. A
special train will luavu corner jf Seventh
street and Commercial avonuu si t) o'clock
o.m , and slop at Fourteenth, Twentieth
and Twenty-eighth Hreets. Laeveryono
bring their baskets full enough of good
things to divide with bis neighbor. Coma
all and lot us have a good time. Fare for
tho round trip, gents $1, ladles Jatul chil
dren over 10 years old 60 cents, children
under 10 yenrs 'Jfl cents.
G. M Alden,
H. .I. Ctimlitl,
E. Ullill.
i 'nrt,ni.lon rf ..Mnmimanli
Sun cony. y-o-ta.
LETTER FROM ANNA.
An.na, Ills., September 8, lb'Ii.
Eiiitok Caiiso ill'l.l.KTl.v Six miles
west of .lonesbcro at thu grading of tho
Mississippi bottom, cholora has bean
making some ravages. Fivo dentin oc
curred in onu family. However, tbo dis
oase has not yet attacked any olhur local
ity. Mr. John McElhenoy of doiiesboro,
died of tho diseaso lust night. This was
a Jijiorodu c isu contracted in tho bot
toms. Mark Hunch, a very worthy man of
about 35 yonrt of ago, was killed at thu
asylum on Saturday last, by thu caving
in of the idu of a sower, in which hu was
at work at the time. Life wm extinct bo
fore his exhumation.
The circuit court to-day, at Jonesboro
was suspended, on account of thu indispo
sition of Judgo Tanner, but tho business
will bo resumed on to-morrow.
Thu county fair begin! on next Wed
nesday, and tbo citizens of Jonesboro aro
in expectation of a large turn out, and a
bitter fair than has over boon held tbcro.
Suvoral of our poopli aro ruralizing to
avoid tho acquaintance of thu grand jury.
Olilo.v.
CLOUD.
AKKIVAIj OK TUB t'HIsK
HKATKD OA1LS.M AN.
FIFTY-FIVE DAYS IN MAKING
THE TRIP FROM PHILADEL
PHIA TO CAIRO dO DAYS
TO GO FKOM OA1RO TO
N'fclW ORLEANS.
Mr. Joseph C. Cloud, thu culubratvil
oarsman, of whom thu eastern poople
havu had so much to say of lite, arrived lit
Cairo at about two o'clock- yusterday af
torunon. Cloud loft Philadelphia en thu loth of
July last on a wager of J5,000 that ho
could travel from Philadelphia to Now
Orleans in Mftdays, during which timo hu
Is not to cat a mon! or tloup it night In a
hotel or homo of uny description. Ho
may sleep undur a thed whoro all foi r
sides urn open j and hu is not prohibited
from eating Mich food us may bu itblu to
cook on thu bank of thu river, or carry
with him. Ho has now been out Irum
Philadelphia 66 days, ami has traveled on
an uvuragu of 60 miles per dny, or l!,6-l7
miles from Philadelphia to Cairo,
Ry tliu route traversed by Uluud from
Philadelphia to New Orleans will bo
3,027 miles. From this point to Now Gr
imm ha has 1,080 miles to travel, end
ninuty days to do it in.
It should bo understood that this is not
a trial of speod, but, on tho
contrary, a question of endurance,
Cloud is confident that bo
could makotbo ruiilromCiilrotiiNuvt Oi
loans with easo In twenty-live days, but
doos not dcslro to roach tho end of bis
journoy until near tho last duy. If ho
were to reach New Orloans fifty day alioad
SF.PTEM 1M2K 9, 1873.
of tune hu would be compelled to slop in
tho open air on tbe wharf
or some other place, and lays bo feari the
"moiqulloo!, darkles, wlmrl rats and other
vermin might maku It unpleasant for
him." Ilo prefers thu excitement and
changes of scenery of the Journoy to lay
ing about Now Orleans for any length of
time.
Cloud says tho report that two shoti
Wrfro tired at him while coming down the
ll.li abovu Louisville, It untrue.
Uu bat no lear or bis ability to tnnke
tbo run nd stand all lbo hardships inci
dent tberlo. Uu will luaVu Cairo this
ui) iiing on his way down tbu tlvur
- - - .
COMMERCIAL
Pmce OuKKtNT OmcK,
Mot.day Evening, Sept. I, ls73 j
UKNEHlt. KKMAIlKs.
Wo liotn a better feeling throughout tbo
general market although there is but little
improvement lu the demand and transac
tions aru small.
In tlour thu low and medium grades aru
in good supply und light demand at un
changed price?. Choice grades uru scarce
and firm at an advance of '.'j cents on tbu
bbl. Oils continues seurcu and firm at an
udvuiicu. Cum meal is in fair demand
at better prices. Corn Is unchanged. Hay
dull and lower.
Thu wenther is cool und favorable for
uiisirirsi.
teJ-Corrcspondents should bear in mind
that thesu quotations are for round lots
f:om first hands. For brokon and small I
I.... I .,11. ... . .
lots, and In tilling orders, an advance of
I to.'Ic is chirgud over thoiu prico'Ui?!
IIKNKH.W. IlKMAItKH.
Flour Cliuicn grades aru wuntcd
and prices uru firm ut an advance.
low and medium grades aro
in good supply and quiet. Sales umbracod
000 bbls various graJus, on orders, at t'lrjo
11 ; 200 bbls do, $. 60(2,9 ; 200 bbls do, $6
76; 100 bbls cbolco XXX, $7 76;
100 bbls supor JI ; 100 bbls XX winter,
$0 '-'6; 200 bbls XXX winter, $1 DO;
100 XXX winter, to arrivo, t7 : 300 bbls
various grades 148 'J5 ; 100 bbls various
grades, t&fB 75.
HAY -Very dull. Tho market is very
woll suppliul unit iIriiiiiUiI small. Sales
woro 1 car choice timothy, J-18 del ; 'J
cars choice mixed, del, $17, and I car
prlmu mixsd, del, $10.
CORN Firm and unchanged, Thu
supply and demand aru ab.illt equal.
White is quoted at 6'5e to-dny. Saks em
brneo I! c-irs mixed in burlaps del, 51c;
:! cars white in tacks del, u'.'c; 1 car mixed
whito and yellow sold in sacks del fi'.'c; 1
cors whito sacked and del, &li6:ic; ( cars
whito In bulk on track 13c, and 1 cr low
gradu yellow in bulk on track, sold at lie.
OATS Receipts aro light anddomunil
good, prices aro tlrm with an upward '.uii
dency. Sales weru madu to-Jav at 3'Jc.
Transactions uru limited by light supplys.
Sales wuro 2 cars sacked inn
delivered
37(a)3Jc; 4 cars do, sold early, at 38c;
1 car do 3'Jc; I car do 3Si'ntul 1 car while
do sold at 40c.
CORN MKAL-BOU bbls S;. D. sold at
city eleum dried In small lots sold at
il G&y'J 00 ; 100 bbls S. 1). 2 60 rml
HIS bbls do $2 60.
1IRAN (juiel, 260 sack sold on order
utt2 60 and 1 cur load sold in enck del
ivered at f 13 pur ton.
HUTTER Tbcro is a good stock of
medium grades on thu market. Thu de
mand for all kinds aro moderate. Tho
weather is cooler and vo may look for an
improvement in thu market. Wunoto
sales of 10 tubs cboicu 2226o ; I!0 pkgs
good to cboicij 'JOQ'JSc i 10 pkgs do '.'oQ.
JOc and 16 buckuts choico 22 .
EGGS If Iho presont cool weathor
contlnuo tboro will bo an advance In prlcci
Thoru is very few in tbo market and fresh
receipts to-day would sell at lie, 100
dozen lold sincu our last rovicw at 1 2 13c
und I cases ut 1 1016c.
CHICKENS Recejits uru light ami
ilomonii moduriito. SOdoxcn large, young
sold nt S3 ami 20 dozen choico 6oId t
f3 60.
FRUIT All kinds uxcept irrapos aro
liUll. Inn nnlv unlilA wu hfivn tu ri,rw,t(
- ' c
are 100 boxes apples at '.'0(7j)2Sc.
PROVISIONS-Nono in markot. 1
POTATOES and ONIONS Nothing ;
doing. i
Tiik Harvkst ok Ukatil It would
oom tho imual causes of infant mortality
aro not sufficient. Tbu Innocent ones aru
not pormitted an uvon battlu with tho
king of terror. At this hot and sultry
feason, the restless child, buttling with thu
ouumlus of his I ilo that llu in wait ut every
cornur has, in addition, to oncountur an
other deadly foo Mrs. Winslows or
somo other poisonous syrup, ailministurud
by thu hands of mmu heartless imri-e, silly
motbur, or imbecile futlior. A host of
lives miijlit bu saved each year by giving
Dr, .McCabo'a Medicated llranily, which
eHeetinilly uurut iufantilo complaints
without any deleterious results, 8-20-'Jw
U KAl.THKUI.NKSh, A ill.tliigillslieil phy
sician says: " After n careful ox
nmlnatloii of Dr. l'ricoa Cream
linking Powilur, I am autlsllod it
is a wholesomu and vuluablo proparalion,
with which bread and other articles may
bu prepared euitablu to u weakened anil
disordurcd digestion. I biivn introduced
it among my patients, and havo yet to
learn of tho ttrst Instance where u ctiuva
leicent patient could not indulge warm
biscuits mado with It, und feel the better
fur it. .Sour milk and sahirutu will nut,
I hope, bo longer mud lo poiscn thu atom
null nml corrupt the blood.' Dr. Pricu's I
Special Flavoring Extracts, ui well is
his Crsiim linking Powder, has gained
their popularity and uxtamdvu talu from i
their perfect ptirily nd unvarying qual
ity. l)-2-lw. 1
MlLLKR k l'ARKHR, j
GENERAL COMMISSION I
FOIWARUING MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, otc,
AGENTS ou FAIRBANKS HOALKrl
Ohio Levee, CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
iSTEW ADVERT ISK.V
liiii
THC ONLY RCLIAULE 01 FT liIdTfitBtl
TtON IN TUt OOONTItYl
SIOO.OOO oo
IN VALUABLE GIFTS I
To be distributed lu
t. . :d . a i x-7 ir. a
'-'tld Selill-Alillll:il
GIFT ENTERPRISE
To be drawn
MONDAY. UlTOIlKIt I!, lit?;!.
ONE GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE
$10,000 I2ST Q-OXjID!
Onk Phi.c Sfj.OOO IN SlLVKIll
rive Pnzet J 1,000 2 f
1 Five 'riM 500 t G RKKNP.ACKS
! Tc" PrlM ,10 "
Two Family Carriages and Matched Horses
U'l.lt Cll...,. .....I -.1.
with ftlUer.moiinteil II.htii-, worth
fM' eacli.
Two IlorscH. Ilugglcs, etc., worth JWD
each.
Two tluc-toneil Ito-ewootI Piano", worth 450')
eacli.
Tell Kamlly Sewing Machine', worth $100
each.
1,MK) Gold ami Silver l.cter llut.tlug
W'utchei, (lu all,) Worth from 2i) to fSiM)
each.
Gold .;iialns, Silver-ware, .lewolry, etc.,
etc.
Whole number Girts lll.lX'O. Tickets llmlteil
torsi.lKK),
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS
To whom Liberal Premiums will be paid.
Single Tickpta Sir Tlckcta (lo; Twelve
TlckctH 20; Twenty-live Tickets s)IO.
I Clrciifaraconlainlnt; a full list of it1i-, a ilf
eriptlonof lht niannr cl ilralnn, anil otlirr
Infermatioo In rafitrrno to thr dlxlrlbttilon. n ill
I be rnt lo anj onr or lTHi tlirn. All Irlte".
most bo adJrfissrd to I.. 1, MINI", Iloi.SS,
i Olnnlnnall, O.
I Main Office. I'll W. Fifth SI
INNI'llAHC'r.
w. 11. .Moms,
.NnUrj I'uMir,
11. II. Linile i
An. full. nmJ II. M. (leni
IWSTJBB.
F1RK, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOOK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
LK3TJE AiN-CS.
.lil.SA.HAkTFOIlli.
vl 6,M,'-H
NORTH AMEHICA, fA.,
Arcou ....3,73,l (I
HAKTKOKD, CONS.,
sasets ;,MI,51e 7
I'HlE.NIX, IIAHTKOIll),
i ktn njsl.us si
INTEHNATIONAIi, N. T.,
51,151,11
rin.NAM.UAUTroiu),
I7U.WS
CLEVELAND, CLEVEl.AM).
' -.i,Ta
HOME.cOLusmrs,
tl53,7v
i.tilits..,
AKrOta..
I Ai.iaiM..
Aaaol
' AsHOtd...,
AllEUICAN OKNTHAL, Ml).,
II"
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIKE.
"' I30.IXK',
TKAVKI.KKU', IIAKTKOItD, UVK AND
ACCIDENT,
Assatt Jl.SlHUmO U
KAIL'A'AT I'AliSEN'UERd AhbtlitANOE
CO., 11AIITKORD,
AKets....T."T. n...6W,noo oa
INUKfKNDKSIT, 110STOH,
'"' - IM0.8M 00
SAFFOHD, MOliTtlS & C'ANDEK,
71 Olilit I. rim.
TKIJTOaNIA L I F K IN3UKANUH
OF OHIOAGO, ILLINOIS.
CiSNT'L.OyiCK, 171! WasIiinotovSt.
AOTIVA, S650.000.
This German Llfo lnsiirunco Comnanv
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies I ut
a m a aluo In Culi on thu N'ou-forfelt re
pian
I t.llTV A ISfTirr
. uuoa.
I 0. KNOHELSDORF, -
Preskont
Becrutary
JOHN W. PIUIESS,
Asent for Cairo and lcltil:y.
JilSMAlfK HUM).
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting' Life Insurance
anil Sick Hrller by weekly dues und mutual
co-opuratlou lu objects ol public benefit.
The Life Insurance Policies will hi- bulled
by thu Teutoni.i Lire luntiraiicu Company.
II. MEYERS, Provident.
JOHN W. PRUESS, Ao't.
r.irt'nlrouuil Vlelull;
FIRE AND MARINE
msr stt:r,.a ttce
IIIWHANIKM.
NIAIIAHA, H. V.,
Ai-seln ft, tao.ale
OKUNIAN1A, K. r.,
AsscU l.eflS.Hl 7S
1IANOVHU, X, Y.,
AsseU Till rOi li
UEI'UIILIC, N. V.,
Assets TH.VJ5 OH
ConiiirisInK the Uuderwriturs' AAfnay,
YONKKtts, H. r.,
Akels 87b 1CI
AL1IANY CITV,
ismit - 4M,m
tiukmkn'b fund, h, r.,
Ants mm.
BKOUHITV, N. Y. UAIHNR,
tsuola l,13..(tH
Hloisii, Dwolllnx', Kurntturo, Hulls and Osr
KOei, Inaiirmt at ralM as fatnratilu as sound, psr
nmient ucurltv will wsrraiiL
tharrof thair liatronaite,
l lPuiiiiijr ana or Ull) Cllliunsoi a.
i 1. III1IIIIKN,
IIOAT NTOUM.
HAM WILSON,
miiin i
UUOOBHtXe
P U O V I H I O II B iTO.
n, i in
Ohio Lkvhh
Caiuo, III
FOR WARDING andUOMa
M K si 11 If A m fit,
DEALERS IN FIOUR
Sail Atfeul- wf
lllllll lltVRH AND KANAWHA
a a f..'i.' c.jo w h a xr i-bia.
70 Ohio Lkvkx,
CaIHO iLLIMOIt.
ni.s::i,i.AMKoun.
HirsYis,Hu6wN & co.7
BAG MANUFACTURERS
A ok. s'ts IIomic Cotton Mills
NO. N) Ohio Loves, Cairo. Ills.
l-.'l-2ui.
I'AKKKK k HLAKK,
Dlattat
WALL PAPER. PAINT8,
I'titlr, ltualnr, (inaolluo,
WIHTJOV7- 3-IiASa.
WINDOW HIIADK,
A o,t tti i:alliralv,l lllillliluatln
AURORA OIL.
imOHH'Ltm.lUN'' COP ilTUHT. 4 00M
MEHOI' .V.,
OaIHO - - ILLIIIOII.
COKKKY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Sucechpors to D. Hurd V Son.)
FOBWATADIITQ
AND Conniiission Merchants,
Ff.OIIU.UKAl.V AMI II AT.
No 03 Ohio Lovco, CAIRO, ILIA.
J. M. PniLLIPS,
Forwarding and Commisaion
MEROIIANT,
AID
WUARF-HOAT PKOPRIKTOK.
prepired lo for.v ir i .ill kin Is of fr eight!
to ull points.
VStlliislnpss attrn'ioj to promptly;
W.M. II. WALKKR & CO.,
(Late Walker A Harry,)
GENERAL COMMISSION il ENCHANTS
KOK Sit.K OK
ColfNTIlV, AVksteii.v and Nohtuirn
JPIROjO TJCE
Nos. IS and 47 North Water Street,
MOHILE, ALA.
KiTSpeci.il attentlun given to consnfii.
mentis. ; S-lo tf
U. CLOSE,
(iKNKIML COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer Id
LlMk, ClMKNT, l'LAaTKIt, Haih, JCtc.
! Ohio l.rt.
ITT" I will sell In car load lota at tuanulae
tillers' prices, adding freight. 4-'MI
K. M. STO(MvKLETII,
lniiorter,
Hccllllcf slid Wholesale Dealer In
roiii:iu. ami ittiMtKriv
LIQUORS AND WINES
NO. 02" OHIO I.EVKK,
9.5 If CAIH", ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTBNHJUH1'' k HRO
FLOUR
Goncral Commission Meroham.
183 OHIO LBVIB

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