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Thf.lt the only I'rofrislonal "11 mm nil
Btrin iuifr in i Southern Illinois, nn.l It I
nowrW"'1 prepared to furnMi muilc
in any numbers for
and Parties of all kinds.
Kit. VTimo, Lender, (I. C. Henri;, Scc'y
All communications hliotlld lo iuldrc.setl
to the Secretary, (joiucrvntory or Music,
Corner Twelfth itrcot and WnnhliiRton
avenue. 60 0-8-tf.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS &, CO-,
Take great plcnsur In announcing Hint
tUcy aro now prepared to pupjily ovcrj bod;
with lake Icoof tlio very hot nuallty, cltlip
nt tl.olr homes ornt tlic htorrs. OrdeM
should bo loft at (lie ollice, No. l!0 Olilo
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
Wholesale nml ltctall Dcalcts In
l'UHK LAKB IOK,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbus, Kentucky.
Cairo olllco at llnlen Si Wilson', corner
Twelfth street and Ohio levee.
We will run an Ice wairon throughout the
ratou, delivering pure Uki W-c In any P'U
H the city at the lowest market price, and
vuvdust, for shipment to any di-taiice.
a ft i-30-tf
ORDINANCE NO. 78.
An ontinsncetoroii-mictaiin reconstruct
certain Mdewalksln the city of Cairo.
lie It ordained by tho city council or the
city of Cairo , ...
SKC.1. That the following named Mdc
walk be ro-con-tnicteil of wood In the man
ner hereinafter expressed, viz: On the
honth Mdc or Fourth street between ash
lngton and Commercial avenue. ; on the weft
hide of Wellington acnue between Kniirth
nud Klftli street; on tho north ldo of Fifth
treet between Wa-hlimtoii and Commercial
nvf mif : on the oat hide of Washington
avenuo between Fifth and Sixth Street; on.
tho south Idc ot hevcntii urcct, conmicnc
ttiL. nt tha emi hide of Walnut street and c.f
tending cat tiity feet; on the uortli side or
Seventh street, commencing on tho wcht
side or Walnut street and extending wct to
the now walk fronting the property of .1. Y.
Turner; on the north Mile ol Eleventh srect
between Washington avenue and Walnut
Mrect; on tho osisIdc nt l'oiilar street trom
a point opposite the northerly hide or Divis
ion street to a point seventy-live (76) feet
north or the northerly sido of Twenty-llrt
htrect; on tho Miuth sido or Tweniy-llriit
htrect between l'oplarand Sycamore streets.
Si:e. s. Said walks man uc rr-cousirueicu
a ro'lows: They Hull ho six Icet wlilo on
top except on said avenues where they shall
bo seven feet wide; the bend or top cover
ing to be ot white oik board or plank two
('.!) inches thick and not more than eight
Inches wide, tho In-ldc lino to bo four leet
distant from the Iront line ofthu lot, except
on said avenues whore It "hall be live feet
distant; Mid boards or planks to he laid
crosswlo with the sldcwn'k nml ilriuly set
and well spiked on with at least six twenty
penny nau. in cacu noaru or pi nh, io inrco
Btrinireriornot less than threu inches tliisk
by six Inches wide, lltmly set on edge and
well spiked on to sills or cross ties not lest
than three Indies wide by six Indies thick,
placet! crosswise to said sidewalks at Inter
vals or six feet; these sidewalks at street
crossings to be extended Into the streets till
they meet tho cross walks. Where tho side
walks Bro olevated aboc tho natural erouml
tho toits of the trutllu vmrk hnU i,n lour
Inches mjunro and tho sills or cross ties sliall
be placed on ei?o nmijoineu or morticed
into the posts and well spiked on, and the
stringers shall be notched tlglitlv to said
win or cross tics, and in all eases mocks ot
wood not lees than ono loot long and threo
inches thick by six inches wide shall bo
placed under the ends or each sill or
cross tlo where the walk 1 laid on the na
tural ground and under the ends ol each
pot where tho walk Is clovated by trestle
work. If tho trestle work Is over three feet
high, tho same shall lis lirinly liraced and
the po-ts extended two and a half lect above
tho side walks to which u hand railing or
strip ol whitu oak plank ono Inch thkh by
four Indies wide shall bu securely nailed:
said stringers, sill. cross ties, posts and
ground blocks shall he of whitu or burr
oaks, red cedar, locust or mulberry,
Skc. 3, That tho following walks lie con
structed of hrlck, Aiz: On tho south sido of
Klghth street between Washington ami Com
mercial avenues; on the north sido or Eighth
street between Washington avenue nmi
Walnut street, and on the eat sido or Wash
lugton avenue between Eighth and Ninth
Skc. i. Shl brick sido walks on tho ero. s
streets shall be ten feet wlda and snld bride
sidewalk on Waihl iton nvenuu shall bu
twelve lect wide. Tuov shall ho constiuc'
cd or hard well burned brick, eoiupactlv and
properly laid in hcr.lng-bouo manner 'in n
ued or coarse sand not U tlmn fmir difi,,.-
thick, placed on u lrm and utUiOnw i
coal cinders or earth and shall bo so laid to
mo grade established by t.io provisions of
ordlnanco So Said walks shall bo laid
with aslope downward toward tho curb of
one tiuru or an men to tno foot; a curbing ol
sound white or burr oak plank three Inches
inick and at leu-t fourteen Inehex wide to
lie spiked on Willi thirty penny nails, to
sounu wniie or nurr oak stakes two and ono
nan leci long and three Inches squaro placed
on the outside of said curbing not moio than
utc icbi apsrr.
Sec 6. The local improvements herein
provided lor shall he mado by spicial assess,
incuts and in accordance with the provisions
or sections 18 to 61, Inclusive or article I) o
'"ictol the gcuenil assembly of thu stato
or Illinois, approved April loth, 1872 and en
titled1 An act to brovlde for tho incorpora
tion of cities nnd Ullages;" und tho cost and
expenses of tho construction and reeon
Mrustlon of said sidewalks shall ho naid out
or funds ariilog from said special assess-
:c. 0. The owner oi unv lot trontlug on
of the sldtualks. iimvuinn r,,- it,..
uuiiuinguric-coniirjeuoii ol which Is mado
by the ordinance, mil bo allowed thirty
days alter the time . which thii ordlnanco
shall take elleet, in v dch to build or re-con-stiuct
said sidewalks ax the case may be, on.
posltehlslotandthoreby relievo the same
from aB.cs.ment; provided that the work
hail In all respects conform to the require
menu or this ordlnanco and be done to tho
satisfaction aud approval or the coinuiltto on
Skc. 7. Vpon the expiration of said thirty
days, the city clerk shall publish notice for
ten days In tho tiewtpaour liublUhili" Hie or.
dlnances orthe city, se'tloL- ronh&r !,
bids for fuinUblng fhomuieral or doiuv ii'
work, or both, for the construction and j t
construction or said side walk i dlreete.l to
m.S' If C0!V,dl ,"A burclved at hl otlke
up to the time or tbo meeting or the citv
council for tho opening or said bid., which
meeting shall no be surlier than tuehe no"
later than elguuen days iromtho date ol
said npUee, which notice nlall sil0 the ,"
or said meeting and describe the work to De
.loneby rerMrinstothe ordinance, l-1I
1U number and date, ot approval, inU t at
.aid ordinance, is subject to' examination ut
any nine at m orate, hald t,t,u sl.uU be
ttnened bv the clork in the nrnhn'i ,.r .v...
council aud the contract for doing the work
or rurnlshlnc tbo material or both, lor the
construction and re-coiistnictlonolsald side.
w ks shall lis awarded to the lowest respon-
t-. ii ""M,'ouiumeicniiy (ruarantco
to the atttsfactlon ol the city council the
furnishing of .aid materia' or the nnrm.
i "alJ wo' or ,'t',,l ll,uIcr "'o niper.
luti odence ;i tho committee on streets
within such time or Uines as mity be llxed bv
contract ol. aid city council shall then dec .
it expedient to do so. U said bid. arc not
a Itfactory to the city council they may
reject uny or all of them und may thin or
inrreaiier numorizo earn sidewalks to
i vuimrucieu aua ti couiliiicled liy
M r l . t . .I..... T. .. i . . I .. i . -
imvj villus oruoer.
Apmoved June lb, 1H7I.
ipiiN Wood, Jiryor.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Somebody to tike from us a thousand bill
bond, good ttniicr mid finely printed, for
Ono thousand statement printed at Tub
UUM.K1 .v oiilcc tor ifa.W.
One thousand note liontls printed nt Tits
ltui.i.Eii.v olllco for $1.00 : tuot'i'-ii Hid for
One tliotlsand btllncM card.., lino llrlstol
board, printed ntTitK Hin.i.KTiN olllco ior
from ?.r0 to 1.00, according to size.
TUESDAY, JUNK 10, 1874.
Oa, OliEKM.r.K was In town yoitorday.
Coolkst Velis boar In tho city at tbo
Mosquito wiro scroon cloth nt Halloy's
cheapor than tho cheapost. 60 1-17-lm
ClllCAdo has no othor hotel equal to
tho now Tromont, rocently opened.
WoD.s. VaTkb. T. K. Sullivan will
gWo you the belt glass of coda wntor to bo
tound in the city.
A HKOULAii convocation of Cairo chap
(Tuosday) evening at 8 o'clock.
O. Hanky, Sco'y. i
CincuiT Couiit. The circuit court is
still grinding away on the "Qroon Lino"
cases. The end of these cases will prob
ably bo roached in n day or two.
Oo to Strattok & Uiv.D for choico
sugars, coQeos, syrupi and choico old
poach blow potatoes, all from Now York,
and just to hand. 70.0-lC.2t
Row in a UuoTiiF.i,. A lively row
tsok placo at Wlmor'e brothol on Sun
day night. Two of tho inmates wero bo
foro his honor Judgo Brocs yostorday
msrniog und wore heavily llnod.
All tho day boardort in tho city can
ba accommodated nt tho St. Charles
hotel, with first-class board at second class
ratos. 79 4-10-tf
A CAii loa of choice Now York
l'ei ih blow potatoes just received und for
TO-C-lO-lIt Statton & Utnu.
Piton.UK Couiit. Tho Juno torm of
tho Aloxandor County probato court com
mencod yestorday morning. Thero is
considerable business to bo transuded at
Tbo largest assortment ot summer
hats and caps in tho city and for leas
mouoy at IT. Uartman'e. 08-0-12-tf
Cigars. For tho boit Cigars and To
bacco in tbo city, go to T. E. Sullivan's,
Commercial avenuo, noar Tonth etreot
Tho belt in tho city. Gl-0-i0-tf.
Sullivan. T. E. Sullivan, solo agent
for Fouquctt's Colobratcd Perfumed Staroh
of Gloss, tho bost artlclo of tbo kind i
use. l'rtco 25 cents per box.
r. A speoia! communication of Cairo
sjfLodgo No. 37, A. K. and A. M. will
ArXbolmld this (Tuciday) evening, nt
8 o'clock. Per ordor "W. M.
II. F. IIi.akk, Secretary.
Coolest "Voiss boor in tho city at tho
Thalia. 03 0-12-lw.
Tiik largest nnd bost-solcctod stock
of FURNITURE for salo at wholoinlo
and rotall by IIENHY EIOIIUOFF, No.
11C, Commercial avonuo,opposite Sovonth
street. 71 S-17-3m
Cukt FitouKKDi.Nas. Tho proceedings
of tho Into term of tbo county commis
sioner's court will bo found on the second
page of this morning's Bulletin, nnd
this must bo our excuso for tho lack of
other matter in this issuo of tho paper
Titr. Momtou. sror tno Monitor, tho
best coal Cook Stovo ovor mado or the
Fashion, the champion wood Cook of tbo
wost, go to A. Halloy's, 108 "Washington
avenuo, near Tonth stroot.
Just rocoivod, 100 boxes offlnotollot
soap, bought nt bankrupt auction salo in
Chicago, which will be otl'orod for Halo at
loss than common rosin soap nt I). Hart
Tue Uebt. Win. Ludwlg, harness
makor, corner of E'ght stroot aqd Com
mercial oveuuo, has tho bosl supply of
hiirnose, saddles, bridles, etc., in Southern
Illinois, and foil them as choap as tbe
Tbe Olouiouis Rain Tho rain which
prevailed yestorday nnd tho day before
has dono at least ii hundred tbouiand
dollars worth of good to tbo growing corn
crop of tbo county. Tho cotn is yet in a
good condition and with good weather an
abundant crop may bo expected.
Foil SroVKS, Tinwnro,loilolwaro, stonra
cooking vessels, broilers, bird cages, lan
urns, gate springH, gato hlngos, tablo and
P'ckot cutlery, fluting Irons. Alio for
rootlnir, cutters nnd spoutinc go to A.
Halloy's. 10a Washington avenue, noar
Tonth street. 60 l-n-lm.
Uealtii and l'uiiB V. ATKii. l'ersons
wanting citterns repaired or now ones
built can bo accommodate! in a satisfac
tory manner by calling on the under
stood on Cross itrcot, or by uddreising
box 070, V. O., or by leaving word nt city
clerk's olllco. J. a. Hawkins.
Wuy Mils Anna, where did you get
that nico half At Mm. llulti' Mil
linory storo, corner of Washington av
enuo nnd Eleventh stroot. Sho has tho
latest fashions, and the nicest aud cboup-
est hats that over camo to Cairo.
At JIh. Oiljieiit'h. The gatheriug nt
the residence of Rev. Obas. A. Gilbert
Uit evening tu celebrate tbo tenth ann!
ven&ry of their wedding, was, notwith
standing tho loolomenoy of the weather,
vtry largo, und the evening was mosi
ploaiantly and profitably whllod away.
Tbo hoit and boileis entertalnod tbe com
pany in tholr usual boipllablo raannor,
The Fatrlarcba will most
at tho ball, this evening, at
o'clock afiarii. Tho ltoyal 1'urple
Dogroo will ba conferred, and the regular
eomi-annual election of officers will tale
placo. All membors of tbo Royal l'ur
plo aro roqueUcd to attecd. lly order of
tho 0. 1. J6 O-HMt
lluaav ion Sale. St. Louis make;
light, comfortable and oasy. lias never
boon run much. Is In porfoot running
order, noltbor scratched nor fadod. Will
soil very cheap for cash or on tlmo. Alio
light slnglo harness, sound and good
Vpp1y at llal'.iday llrotbors' olllco, Ohio
lovoo. W. O. RomitNs
Tiik FtuaTit It has boon suggoetod,
and tho suggcitlon is a gnodonr, that on
tho Fourth of July all the II ro companies
of tho city J din In a genoral proccuion,
after which each company rollro to tho
placo islocted for colobrating the day.
Tho Idea is an excollcnt ono and the Qro
dnpnrtment would "show oil'' to much
hotter advantage than it the campanlcs
wero to parudo tbestrocte loporfttely,
Oiianor ok Timk. A change of timo
will tako placo in tho timo of arrival and
doparturo ol trains on tho Illinois Central
railroad at 12 o'clock ln-t l
. nrnve, oxprosf, daily oxcopt
rday, nt 2:05 p. m J mail, daily oxcept
Sunday, at 1:30 n. m. Trains dopart,
mall, dally, except Sunday, nt 12:15 a.m.;
ox press, daily, except Sunday, '2:30 p. tn.
A LAKOR lot of choico sugars, syrupi,
coll'eus, etc., juit rocoivod and for snlo by
70 ClC2t Stratton & Ulliu.
H-jKi' and hxtonsiou jaddori, Sand
Scroons, Riddles, Sieves, Shovels, Spades,
Forks, Hoes, Rakoi, "Wator Closot Urinals,
Kitchon and Coss Tool Slnki, Clothes
Ringori, Clothos llorios, Clothes Linesn
nnd, in fact, a lull assortment of kitchen
and liouio furnishing goods at A. Hal
loy's, 1C8 Washington nvonuo, near Tenth
street. oo '1-17-lm.
Coolest Wolis beer In tho city at tho
Thalia. 03 0-12-lw.
Tub barber suop is uu .no corner ot
Eighth street and Commercial nvonuo
wbero J. G cor go Stionhouio with bis gon-
tlomanly assistants can bo found nt any
hour of tho day or night, roadv to soothu
your feollngs with a smooth shave, or cool
your toroper nnd head with n good sham
poo. It is n Cret-clais shop, nnd you nro
sure of rocolving first-class treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after tho most approved stvles. 8-16-tf
"Wotss boor in tho city at tho
Card. Texas Uiiand Prize Conckiit.
Tho Hon. .Hi. T. D. "Wilson, mayor of
Houston, nnd the city eouncil, endorsos
the enterprise as follows :
Houston, Texas, April 20, 1874
"Wo, the undersigned, rogard tho Real
Eitato Distribution, which .J. E. Foster
proposes to mako on the 20th of July
next, in this city, as calculated to promote
improvements, and placing within tho
reach of many, who otherwise would bo
unablo, n chanco to secure n homo fer
thorn and thoir families, and having from
our long acquaintance with him, every
conlidonce in his integrity, wo fool justi
fied In saying, that wo bnHove he will
carry out his distribution honestly and
fairly, nccorrding to bis advortised plan.
James T. D. "Wllion, Fred Stanloy, 1'.
"W. Holtman, D. P. McDonough, R. U.
User, John D. TJibor, John Mahor, Rob
ert JJ'iras, N. P. Turner, M. Harring
ton. Capital Prize $0,000 Gold. Ten Resi
dences in Houston : Population '20,000,
and tho rallread contro of tho state, and
nearly ICO tracts of land In different por
tions of tho itato. Valuo of ptl7.es, 140,-
000 ; 73,000 tickets, at $'2 each. Address
J. E. Fostek, Manager,
T. AV. House, Treasurer.
Tiik Police Force. tiocauio an occa
sional robbory or burglary occurs in
the city, certain partlos are inslined to
grumble now, but who n few yoars since,
whon the Clipporlan thloves ocoupied
ovory neok and corner in tno city
and ran things protty much in their own
way, would not open tholr innooent
ineuths. Now when a robbory is com
mitted thoso chronic grumblers
bold up thoir hands in horror
and cry: "Terrible I What nro tho
ptllco doing? "Why don't they squelch
all tbo tbievosl" Evon tbe blindest of
these dissatisfied and unreasonable men
muitieo that tho polico officers on duty
n very small lorco nro doing all that
they can to suppross thievery. "Within
tbe last few years a great reformation has
been made in the efficiency of tho polico
forcoof Cairo, and we bcliovo it but jus
tice to Mayor Wood and to the members
of the proient polico force
to lay that during tbo last year
the city has had as good and as officiont
a forco as over boforo. Only five officers
aro, on duty at night, and that it isponiblo
for this small force to guard overy nook
and cornor in tho city against thieves and
bnrglars wo do not bollovo. The city has
boon divided into two diitriota, all below
and south of Twolftb street comprising
one, and all that part of tho city north of
Twelfth street the socond. OOlcors Sbeo-
kan nnd Martin patrol the lint, and
officers "Wooton and Moehner tho second.
It Is not to bo oxpoetod that these tour
can properly patroll all tbe territory as
signed to them, and if robberies nro com
mitted this fact should be taken into con
sideration. But lays tbe grumbler, "why
don't the city council authorize the mayor
to appoint more polloo?" and In answor
to this the council says : "Mr. grumbler
why dou't you point out how tho city can
ralio money wherewith to employ more
Fou Rbnt An
. Cairo, Illinois, i
Monday evening, Juno 16, 1871 j
The dull loiVon for bmlncss seems to
bo fairly Inaugurated nil ovor tho coun
try, nnd Cairo Is no oxception to tho gen
eral (Ulo, Nearlv or quite nil loading
articles nro roportod dull, with orders
falling oir and stocks accumulating. Cats
took an upward turn tho latter part
of last wock. owing to n
Incroaiein tho demand couplod with light.
recoipti, but to-day tho markot is quiot
Ith litllo movemont, but firm as to
ptlcos, 63 01a.
Flour Is heavy nnd dull; tho movomont
is small nnd prlcoi nro shaded nt loait -Co
HCorn moal is 'plenty and very dull!
nothing nt nil doing, exeep,
in n small jobbing wy. Tho corn
markot Is quiot and easy with small
sales und light receipts.
Tho long looked for rain has rcushod
til at last. It commenced raining last
night nml it has continued at inter
vals all day.
CtaJT Our lriends should bear in mind
that tho prlcos hero glvoti nro usually for
salo from llrst bunds In round lots. In
tilling ordori nnd far hrokon lots It is
nocossary to chirgo an advance ovor
theio figures, "(tja
Thlt tablo ! a..lt ml Inwor. t!5e at
least, on the bbl. nil around. Trnnsa.
tions are small and nro generally confined
to lllling orders for tho southern trade.
Shies wero 400 bbl various grndo. $o, to
8; 300 bbls various grade, $4 to 7 '25
160 bbls varbus grade, $0 25 to H ; 100
bbll various grade, $ft 50 to 7; '230 bbls
various grado, f 'j to 8 60. Salos by city
mills to-dsy wero 200 bbls whito wheat
family 8 60: 1C0 bbls Rod XXXX 8 01
100 bbls XXX 7 10,
Tho demand is almost nothing nud tho
stock on hanJ,although not Urge, Is in ex
cess of tho requirements of business. S.ile(
wero 1 car common nnxod delivered
14 60; 3 cars choice mixed delivered, 18c,
1 car choice mixed dolivored, 12; 30 bales:
mixed dolivored, 18 '15 balos choico mixed
delivered, 18 CO.
Receipts or corn have been light for tbo
past tow dayi, but tho domand Is corroa
pondinglysm.il and tho supply ii hilly up
to tho wanti of the unrkot. Prices hold
tlrm. Saloi wore 1 r whito in bulk on
track, 70c; lOOiacks mixed deliverod, 70c;
1 car mixod in hoavj sacks dolivored, 70c;
0 cars mixod in sacki duliverod, CSc; I cars
whito in sacki deliverod, 70c; 2 cars mixed
in sacks delivered, 70c; 1 car whito iri
sacks delivered, 80c; 6 cars mixod in suck
The market is firm but tho domand nnd
supply nre l'ght. Pricos lumped n cent
or two nt tbe close of the last weok and
aro Uriner to-day it 63ttc, with very
little doing. Salei wero 1 car choico
northern in incki delivered, 61 ; 6 cars
mixod, Hacked and delivered 03 ; -1 cars in
sacks delivorod, 0315I ; 2 cars In bnlk on
Plenty nud dull. Hirers wore out of
tho market to-day ontrely, and itocks
are laago and nccumulning. Snlos wero
11 bbls 3 D del 3 60 ; 10 bbls choico S.
S. D. del 3 00; 176 bbls cioico K. D. dot
Plenty nnd dull, coiing to-day at
10 OOiackodand delivecd nnd hard to
sell at that. Transaction wore conQned
to 1 car in satks on ordoi, 10 00; 1 car in
sacks deliverod, 16 00; . car in socond
hand sacks delivored, 1-1 00.
Tho hot weather is lot good for tho
hutlor marnwt, Tho stckunlesa dlipoiod
of at once is foon injurd and is bard to
work off. Choico, in mall packages, is
quutod at IB, and In ,lirgo quantities at
16; COO pounds sold a. 15&18; 2 tubs
choico norlhorn, 17 ; 10 pounds good to
choice, 16018 ; 600 ponds choico south
orn Illinos, 16 ; 400 poinds choico north
Roceipls Und roady eJo at quotations.
Prlcos are un:hnngod ail firmer, but tho
demand nnd supply Is stall. Sales wero
300 dozen, shipper's com. l'Jlc; 300 do?.
en 11 l'2c; 100 dozet lUc; 15 boxos
Thero is considerable ctmiry for choico
young cbickocs and vory aw coming in.
Saloi of old are slow at 2 7C(i)2 00. "Wo
nolo sales of 10 dozen yowg chlokons at
2 CO; 25 dozen old mixod aid lions, 2 CO
3 00: 21 coops old bons, 2
Tbo market la Arm and uncba-.go, trans
actions are limltod by lack if supplo.
Sales wero 6000 lbs dear sides 11c, 3 casks
clear sldos 11c.
OUEESK "Weitorn Dairy 171fiU8c:
Now York factory 18J10c.
LIME 1 00-flbbl.
CEMENT O0Q2 60 f) bbl.
COAL OIL-l&SlOc V gal.
GUNNIES Renewed 1!J bushols 18c;
3 bushels 20c.
SYRUrS Ohol:o G0cl 00 por gnl.;
Now Orloans 75(j)6Jc.
PLASTERING HAIR 35o por
HURLAPS 3 buihols corn, 0 oz
l&ic: do 10 oz tec l oushols oats, 20c;
5 bushels 21o; buihols -!2c.
UKESWAX Bib 80o.
SOAP Scbaeile.'-s Gorman mottled,
7Jc. Palm No. 1, ijo. German 7c.
TALLOW N' R 05Je.
SUGAR CruBhtd me: A. 103Ho;
oxtra O, IOJOIOc.
COFFEE Jftve 3738c; prime 28.
29c; choice 20c.
FREIGHT Coiton, compressed to
Now Vork. 85c; tolloston. $1. Unccoin-
preiied to Wew Yerk, $1 11: to Uoston
To Now Orleani and Vlcksburg, pota
toes, apples, etc., ot;., 30c; pound freight
iDocwiihay o per ton. fork ioo per
bbl: tobacco $4; cotton SI. To Memphis,
flour, etc, 25o per bbl; pound freight l'21o
cwt; hay 1 per ton,
Hall. This evoning tho frionds
of Mrs. Oahlll will glvo n grand ball fur
her boucllt at the Court Houso hotel. It
will bo rotnomborcd that oho waa one of
thoso who lost heavily nt tho llro las'.
Sunday, nnd this fact Is lufllclont to cnll
out n vory largo mooting at her bonollt.
Tho cntortnlnmont promises to bo vory
ploamnt, ns tho fjontlcmon In chargoof It
novor mako fnllurcs. All nro Invited
Tickets $1 00. (!9 0.71-2t.
CooLEbT Wells boor In tho city nt llio
Duuo. For tho best puro drugs go lo
P. E. Hulllvnn's, Commercial nvcnuo noar
Tenth ttroct. Porscrlptlons carefully
propnred at nil hours dny nnd night.
Notice io Jluii.nniin. Mnvlng started
up our saw mill ngnin, we nro now pre
pared to rurnleh all kinds of building
material ut lower prlcon, dolivored, than
It can bo bought from country mills,
Wo havo also mi hand two hundred
thousand foot of amoutxd I.umiirii thnt
was colored by slpo wntor that wo will
sell nt Irom $7 to $10 per 1000 rest.
Coolest W'm beer in Hie cl'y lit tho
J halm. U U-l'2-lW.
Hit. Suhknuk'm 1'ui.mokic Smiir, Sua
Wkkk Tonic, and Mandrakk i'ill.
Tlioso mcdbiint'S lmvo undoubtedly per
formed mure euros of Consumption than
nii must reineuy Known io llio yimer.
can public. Thev urn cotnnonndnl of
vogetablo ingredients, and contain notb
ng which can bo Injurious to tho human
constitution. Othnr romedlos ndvortUxnl
ni cures for Consumption, probably con
tain opium, which is a somewhat danger
oui drug in nil cases, and If taken freely
by consumptive patients, it must do groat
Injury for its tendency is to confine tho
inortjid matter in tho system, which, of
course, mutt make n euro impossible
Nchenck's Pulmonic Syrup is warranted
not to contain n prticlo of opium: It is
composed of powerful but harmless herbs,
which not on tho lungs, liver, Homach
and blood, und thus correct nil morbid
sccrotlons, and expot all tbo diseosud mat
tor from tho body. Thoso nro tho only
means by which consumption can bo
cured, nn.l us Schcnok's Pulmonic Syrup,
Sen AVeod Tonic, and Mandrake Pills are
tho only medicines which oporntn in thi
way, it ii obvious thoy r.re the only gen
uino euro for Pulmonary Consumption
Each bottle of thi invaluable medicine I
accompanied by full directions. l)r
Schcnck Is pr jiossionaliy at bin prinripn
otuce, corner Sixth and Arch streets
Philadelphia, every Monday, wliero all
letters for ndvlco muit bo addressed.
And metalic caics at "Wilcox's block
much lets than usual prices 46.0-0-tf
A ORE AT S A C lTlFTc B.
Twolvo yards gronndine for $1 nnd
many othor goods at similar prices to bo
had ut Daniel Hnrtmnn's. OH-O-l'2-tt
Tk.v pound of brown migar for $1 ;
8 pounds best colloo sugar at $1, -I pounds
of choico butter nt $1; baking powder '15c
per lb; Imperial ten nt $1 ; .1 lbs coffee
Sl.at Wilcox'i lllock. 107 '2.1-lm.
ICE CREAM PARLOR.
T. It. Lllls, nt tbo Arlington homo,
hereby announces Unit lie has opened an
Ico croam parlor nt tho Arlington homo
for tho accommodation of the pub'ic.
! amnios supplied. All orders promptly
uttended to. 71-5-17-tf
O. C. Iiodan, Director of Conscrvatorj
of Muiic, and Tench or of Vocnl, Organ
nnd PInno Music. Instruction given in
nil stringed and wind instruments. Klc
mcntnry principles, thorough bass, har
mony nud counter point. Unprecedented
inducements oil'crod. Thoso wishing to
securo his scrvicos will plonio apply at
tho Conservatory of Music cornor of
Twelfth stroot nnd Washington nvonuo.
1'ionoB tuned and ropalrcd.
Having sold out my olllco and practlco
to Dr. J. Jonnollo; of Dul'uom, who
will tnko possession of tho olllco tho l'Jtn
ot Juno, I bosopoak for Dr. Jonnollo n
libernl share of public patronage I urn
woll ncqunintod with him nnd know hlsi
to bo a ilrst-cUss dontlst, and would most
choorfully rocommond him to nil of my
frionds and patrons. G. E. Douglas,
All those indobteil to mo and nil tlioso
having accounts against mo nro requested
to cull nnd sottlo as I hava sold out and
intend going awny tbo 12th of Juno.
3'J C-LOt O.K. Douolab.
AO EN 1MV ANTED.
Mr. G. W, Smith, special agont ior t'jo
Howe Machine Company, i now
stopping at tho St. Charles hotol. Tho
company want a first class agont In Cairo,
and Mr. Smith is proparod to oil'or special
inducements to ono of tho right kind. Tho
machlno is woll known hero as woll us in
othor sections of Country whoro sowing
machines aro in uio, and in VAur, as woll
as by roputation, is tho very belt
nnd most ealablo machine manufac
tured. Any poreon desiring an ngoney
will pleaso call on Mr. Smith, at the St.
Charles hotol, for a fow days. 40 0.6-tf
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 7(1 Ohio I.vfc, CAIRO, ILLS
jtgr.Spcclal attention glvon to consign.
mentH and lllllni: ordcra. XUi tt
Groceries, Provisions, Etc,
2XTo. XXO Olilo liowoo
aHEAT CHEAP SALS!
WILL OFFER MONDAY, JUNE 8t&,
ijlO.OOO worth of 2Tow niul I'Josirnblo Drnss fJoods. Notions. I
Whito Cioods, Ilusory, Gloves, &c.,boug1il uttlicirown flguros
iluring the (hvat Forced Snlo of lluniliii, Privey & Co., of
Wo mv now able to oll'ev the
be most desirable stock of goods
lIM mi i.. I
in iiiami; iu lih; in n snviiiif ni
. . , O
Urn-nig tbo special salo all
Lome early and make your
losed out within sixty days.
No. (0 Oliio l.ovee,
B. F. PARKER, "
(Sucexwor to I'arkcr - I!!akc,)
PAINTS & OILS
nit us i ins,
WINDOW SUA DBS
An. I the celi lM ateil lllumliiatlng
llross' Ibiildlng, lltli .St. A; Comercial Av,
rT jc?n es
Boot & Slioe
Commercial Avenue, ,
Itctwct-e Truth and Eli'Viliilh Street-,
prcpand to till ordcrc wPhoiil ilclay.
lie ban a line utork oflmrttul leathcrou
haiiil,Jut ivcellril from iirrk, nud lia-
put noun uiepiici'ii io ive lowct noun.
C. H. WHEELER,
WOOD AND GOAL
orru i: and yap.i,
10th St. bet. Washington & Commercial Ave.
A largo Htipply ol I'ltUburg and Hlg
iiiiouy eosi eunrtaniiy on ii.mil. stoic
wood hawed to order. Urdvrn for ccal oi
wood hhoiild be loft nt tbo oiheo on 'l'cnth
tureet. I enn", cah on delivery.
K. MAXWKLL & 10.,
Manuracturers and Dealers In
MACHINE &UURNTG OILS
Also Ageutn for tho
No. 710, North Malno Street,'
UueciisMiirc, (Jliuiit, (I'msMvare, Hock
onliiiiii nnd Vidloiv Wuri), Ktuiiotrurc,
Clilim Oi iiiiiiieiitHniid Toy.i, 1'iincy
Coeds rliik'ihvuro, Tablo nml
I'ocket (.'iilhTy, Laiiip, Limp
i.oohiiit; UIIII.H's. iU.
In tact cu'iT lilml or uooiU belonxtiur to a
QUEENS W AXI E
l'or tho next sixty tlays I will oflir the
nboio goniU at and below coil,forcah only.
'l in; goons must lie toiiito cloe tho concern.
Clee buvei'B aro ci-peclally Invited, clthor to
ci.mo and hce for themselves or heiid their
orders, lu elliiercisi' I guarantee natiMraetiou
.1. T. UIOM.IH.
Assignee o l'aion, D.iiu ,v co.
Catao, 111., April Hi, 1871.
For Hulu ul WliolcHalo uml Hotuil.
((iiiNint :!'! kthi'.i'.t anii oino uivr.E,
j. i'. (lAMina:.
neonlo of Cairo and vicinitv
in tbe city fit sueb prices ib
wn nor iniif
goods will be sold for easb.
selections, as tbo stock must bo
iN Ji V A 1) RTISEMENTS
Trail it lii'trnincnt, for obtaining Triii
T me from the un or Stat.
Marine Chronicler, for Keeping the Correct
And all kinds of Watchworlc done at
TIMK KK1T HY
A Kit I Slock of
WATCH IIS, CLOCKS, JKWKLKKV,
Sl'IX'TACLKS, i TOOLS AMI
luTnole Ak'ent for the Celebrated Karl
No. l.V), Wsiii.snToS At KNt'K,
IS ALL ITS BRANCHES,
DR. DAVID PARKINSON,
Having located In Cairo, snllclt the jiat
tpnase ol lho-e dci-lrlnjc Dental Work".
Having been out twenty year siiceisfuliy
niSOKcil In the ntudynnd practice iii'Dentli.
try. In all In various branche, he feels Insti
lled in -.aylng that mil satisfaction will be
All Worn M A11H4.TKI Hut UTnctory
Uerciflice-, DIplomaK and Tchtlmonlali
freely exhibltjd when deMred. Dr. i'ark-iii-on
l prepared to maio
(JOLI) AX SILVKU l'LATK,
i:.(!LLSH AXI) AMKKICAX 1'LA
TIXA, AM) CIILLULOID MASK
to mount artilldal teeth on : makltiL' n
hiihhtltiile when Nature lulls. K.VTHa
IN(i and 1'LI;(,'(1IN( tlono In u worku
liku manner, o.lcn hllnr the (i cth for llio.
ChaiKcs rcahoiitile, Kxtractliig M cent,
Silver lllllngs cent.
Oilllco leom in W. (I. Crrv'n Ilniiaino-.
xth htreetand Commercial avenue
orr-ntrauce on Sixth street.
fth li-IU.w ii.
NEW Ytic oa:oW
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. .
LABOUVT VAUIETT STOCK IV Tan C1TT
GOODS BOLD VBKY OLOBB.
Corner of Nlnrlnonth Hlr nnd Cob
11. O. 1'ATlKlf
CARRIAGE & WAGON
Sixth SliciitnmlComiiiiii'i'liU Avi'iiut',
ami general ivpnlrlny.
IO I101I8K SlIOINO
II. WAIIDNKK, M. .
JI. ,1. STALKKH, M.P.
Olllco and residence 111 Coniinrcial Ava
next door to the Alhcneiim. et-iini
fll , ' i j i