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ICE! ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO.,
Taken great plMMlM in announcing tliat
thry lire now prepared to supply eve rj body
with lake ire of tlio cry best iuaUty, cither
al tlieir linuc or at the More. Orders
should b left at the oilier, No. 0 Olilo
NEW A DVJSllTISEMENTS
man ii h Fa i i:m i:.tn.
..... . i
MlTllKT of die comlilien of llie Cut- Natiuiia
Ja liana of Cairo, al Cairo. Inlhj slate of Illinois, al
the tU'tf of business, Juiia i, IsTI.
I.oan and iliscftnnts
t S. LcnUs t secure circula
tion U b bonds .in hand -
Oilier steels, bomli inert-
lur from mlceming ft4
serve agenls ..
Due from other national barks
IMc from atate banla and
Kealettate , m....
Current eai-enscs, an.l taas
f hecks and other faah Item
lulls of olher national lianas
iraclionl currency, (inclisjing
Legal tender tivtes
f I'Ml.ir." "
SH.'HS I t
l,M) 4 I
!,l JO 31
( .aptta! stock paid In .
Other undivided profits
National Hans, notes outstand
ing... Individual deposits
One to Hate uanss ana uanscts.
Stale of Illinois county of Alexander. 4.
I,W. ! llAl.LIIIAV. President! the Cily Na
tional Hank ol Cairo, do tilerntily tear thst Ihe
above statement It inie to Ihe lvit of tny kmifeledgi
W. V. II ALU DAY. I'reildeni
Hulcribed and sv.ornto before me lids ithdaycf
II. It. CANIir.K, Notary IVMIe.
I!. II. CONNINCillAM, 1
II. Is. UM.l.tli.w, I Jilrcctoii
v.. U. WILLIAMSON, J
RLTOItT of trie condlilon of Oie Flrt National
llanlc at Cairo. In the .Mate of Illinois, al Oc
ilote f Ui.intil. June 1W, lt. .
laai and ditcounu
U S. Hands to secure circulation
U. ti. tionds oil hand
Other stocVs, bonds and mort
Iue from rcdcemlrfi and re
Due from olher national banks...
Ileal estate furniture and fix
tures.. Current expenses, and taxes paid
Vremlums paid H
Checks and other cssh ltem
Bills of other National Hanks
ractlonlj. currency, includli'C
specie. Including gold treasury
M 3 Su
,.' i 7
Total I.MC.W 3,'i
l anital stock paid In jlno.tmn 00
other undivided fronts 11,7.17 1U
National Hank notes outstanding K7.7I4 I'll
Individual deposits MI.U7G 10
Demand certlticatet of deposit IJ
'limn certificates of deptit riC :i3
Due to olher national banks ;t,.'I.Vi t i
Due to state banks and bankers uvi "
State of Illinois, Alexander county, si
1. Charles Cuimlnzl.atn. cihler of the above
named Hank of Cairo, do solemnly s ear that the abosc
statement is true to the best of niy knowledge and be-
CIIAS. CUNN1W.IIAM. Cashier
r-ubscribed and sworn to I furc sue this Oh
day 01 July, 1971.
II. II. CAND!.-.:, Notary I'uUic.
I. M. 1IIII.1.11', I
HOIIT. W. Mil l.f.R, Directors.
II. L II ALL! DAY, I
OIIDINANC KXO. 71.
An ordinance to iiinend .mcIIoh 33 of ordi
nance No. 1,
He it ord.ilned by the cily council of the
city of Cairo 1
M:ctio. 1. TliatxTlloniU of ordlnaiu i'
No. 1 be amended by -trikltir out tlio viord
"live dayn" mid liovrttn In lieu thereof tin
word's "oiii mouth."
An ordltiiincc to repeal ordinance No.
and ordinance No. W. and providing lor
the appointment of n police contthlo to
act .t health ollieer aim Inspector of iii:itt
and vegetable, and delililng Mi (lulic-,
and the duties ot .bopkeepers etc.
l!e It ordilncd by 1I10 city council or the i i v
ot Cairo 1
Suction 1. That ordinance No. ?S ami
ordlnaoeu No. C'J bo and the nunc tire lierebv
MX, That a police ron-taWo lie up.
pointoilby tho ir.uor and eltv council in :ut
e health, nlllcvr and luoector of meati. uml
vexetublen, lit a aliry of eveiitv-llve dollar
per moutn, who hall hold hi olllce dining
tut-ncauie in nil- uiivur, proilileil, limy
rer, that hu may be removed by a majority
hi me aiucnnaii elect. The unties in kiIJ
ollieer hall bo to examine from time to
time, an place ami premlrcsiu the cily with
n icw to uncertain the existence of any
thing whleu may leail to Mi-knot or dNen.ej
umi, ii luiinu, u:iu romy ino owner or
owuara, oeciifimt or occupant o reniute
the Mine, ami take such measure lor the
abatement ami removal or fiery nill-anee,
pla:e ortbJiw.llVity lulu. Iiijurloiu to lliu
public health, as are ennslstent with Ihe or-
Uloirfiee. of t ie ilt. Ik hall unite inn
tllate complaint ot any and all per.om vlo
Jjilng any nt the ordinance or regiilaiioin or
UieHtyrepidlng thu public he,.lih, and
geiifrally do and porlonn all.lutle. that mt
be required or liiin by the board or h, ,ltl.
or ilty authorltlei in u latlon thereto.
Sic. 3. As In-nectorof meats and r-tU
al.les II Miull Ijo his iluly In visit dalli all
atalla, fchoiis. Man.N, or pUce. nlihui the
eity at which are oll'ercd lor sale, iniat..
etllblc, poultry, H.li, fruit,, or o iter
articles ot ;iiet. ami it un of aald st:ill.
a liealthtul .onUltlon, he .hall 'mi't'if'tl,','.
owner, owners or occupant) of said Mal'i'
aaop, tandorplacc..to cleanse sal. I prcm'
liealujLanler by removing all Impurities
and otlcioUe matter; and ir the owner or
either of them shall not comply with sniil
notleuof the olHctr, he or they nball be liable
to a line ol not less than ten nor more than
OH) dollars for each and everv oireixe
.Sice. 4. It shall bo tht dut) or ull nw'ners
or oeeupants ol stall., shof, fctaud., or
places specified lu section 3 ot ihe or.
'"""'ci , vi-s ucu Stan. slion.
jtands and places open at all times to the
ttispectien ol Ihe inspector of meats und
vgetables; and upon coiulcllon of nojrlect
or rcrusal so to do, shall bo lineal nolle
than ten, nor more than lifty ilollar., loreuch
Ki.c ft. The health olllce r and Inspector
?, I'Ttl ,nJ wwtaWe's lieieln jir ovl. eU
.!r ". '.fin?; ,lll",rlz"d and cmpoVenO to
V,frr Y? t"'1' '"i',0" R,", authority eon
lerred by the ordinances of tho dtv iition
he po Ice constables, and to tike po.es lo
ol, and remove from th, , ty limlu l i
not lea. 1 , "" " "ld
Approved, July flth, 1871.
Attf.Mt J.'"N Wood, Mayor.
AttCUt. WlLLK, llAWKINn,
City Clei k.
"ItDINANX'i: NO.K). "
An Ordinance ijr,,K thadateof the com.
menceim ntol td- tlacal year
ClyoVciiro:C,J,,'aoC,?' .. f
bixnioN 1, TJut the .lai,, 0f ,ha
inenceinent of each llseal be un d . ?i
name U hereby llred at .May i?,r ue' uod
AmV4.d July Vtli, lh74.
JOII.N tVOOD, Mas-or
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Somebody to take from u n thousand trill
heads, good paper and finely printed, for
M.Ml to 4.00.
Ono thousand statement printed at Tin:
Hlil.t-r.TlN olllco for 3.W to 4 (HI.
One thousand note tic ado prln'ed at Tum
ltlit.l.avilN olllce for JI.W: two thousand lor
One thousand business card', line ltrM'J
board, piloted at Tiik IIUI.l.KUN ollle lor
from ji.'.fiO to fil (hi. an-onllng to sir"
ntlDAY, JUJ VIO, 1874.
Ono J''t tin fruit cam, SI par dion,
One quart glnii fruit jar, $1 per dozen,
Attlio New York itore. 30 7 'Ct
Kkmkmiikr thu Uiliornlnn l to-night,
SuitUTtUNU l r.w. A now thing In
jiilly glnues at llartman'a. 07-7-10-tf
A i.t. Ho duy boarder? in tho city ran
lid nccomniodated nt tlio Ht. Cliarloi
botel, with tlnt-cla's board at feconil clnrt
mt vJ 4. iy.tr
CntyuKT. Jin", roceived by V. IJ.
Kocknell tV Co., a full lino of croijuot,
ranging in prico from J2 to per rat.
1). Aiitxr & Co. nrejtot receiving tho
largest and belt asiurled duck of taddler,
bridles, Imrnoii, etc , over brought to tlii
Tin: Itiu, Tho HttttNiian flro coin
pany'i boll, at Locust (irnvo this evening
will bo woll attended; a good tlmo i an
ticipated. I). Aiitku & Co. aro jtut recolvlng tbo
largoit and boat aborted itock ofsaddlet
brldlcr, harness, etc., over brought to this
Tok ViUUB Tboltk. Wo underetand
the Vftuny II. l'rlca Ihoatrlcal troupo will
return to Cairo rorno tlinu I Is I fall, and
play a two or thrco weoki ungngonient.
Cottaiik volt Kknt. ISo. 32 Tilith
itrect. flood clttorn ; roomi all on tint
floor. Kent $20 por month.
&2.7. 1-Ct 0. IaAMK, Agont.
Amia I;. IlAi'i-r. Albii is happy for
tho fifth time. It it a girl apd weighs ten
pounds. Dr. Jilaw was in attendance and
Alba declares ho is tbo bolt hand in tho
Fon l'.E.s'T. llouiu on corner i:i.iventli
and Walnut streets. Largo and roomy,
good door yards and grounds. Apply on
tlio promises or Arlington house.
01-7-I-0: lltt.SKV Ul.LlS.
WavTcii. At tho St. Charles hotol,
immodlatoly, two stout, lioaiuiv womon
to work In tho laundry. Liberal wages
will be paid nod steady employment
IlKSiKMiiKr. tho lllbornisn ball to-night,
ruoTooiiArits. Kor thj noxt sixty
days Wm. Winter will meuo Iho host
of photographs at $ I per d07.cn. ThU is
a rnro opjiortunlty for those desiring
work in this lino. 17 7-R 30t
Lcsr. Uu last Saturday, at tho park
or between Tenth and tho park, u gold,
with Jut cross, earring. Tho Under will
please leavo It at this otll;o and bo snlta
ably rowardod. 55-7-7-0t
llEisr.tv. X'liss lurgo tratuo building on
tbo comer of Twelfth aireut and Wash
ington avoiuu, bolonging to ilr. Kolitr,
is to bo raisod and k substantial brick
foandatiou putundor It. Jir. Jl.W. Beard
has thu contract oC raising tbo building.
This Chain Oano .tailor McCarthy,
with bis gang of Jail birds, Is doing good
work digging gutters and leveling up the
.treats in dilleront parts or tho cily. The
chain gang could not bo employed in
moro profitable busineis.
To-JUv. It should not bi forgotten,
that tlio reguUr weekly salo of tobacco at
the 1'lantors' warobouie, will take pluco
this morning. Thero will bo n large
luautlty of tho various grades oll'ered.
Kales to commence at nlno o'elocli.
Tuv. I'ltitKY IIousK. Thorns llros,,
owners of tho 1'erry House, aro expending
cousider.iblo money In repairing nud
placing it in good condition. A yet wo
are unable to utato for what purpose tbe
houiu will be used whtn tbo repairs aro
Kkhkiiiikh ttio Hibernian ball tu-iifghl.
ilUllNitli, l'raon who camo down Ittu
Illinois Central yesterday, say that an
oats field, not yet harrested, between
ivirnuntfale and Anna, caught tiro the
other day from u passing cuginu and the
oats wero entirely destroyed letoro tho
cm could be clucked.
Sw t'ohvxt. Caus. Tbo Illinois Cen.
tral railroad company have placed three
now postal cars on this branch of their road
inuynre entirely new, and constructed
on a new and Improved plan j und aro
much rooro convenient and In every way
oouer tnau 1110 old onos.
KAnrutii'AKU. a fow minutes boforo
four (clock ytjioruay ultornuon an
earthquake, tho severest shock folt hero
for many years, occurred. Tho motion
was from eit to west, but lasted for only
a few secon is. IS'o damago was done, but
a good manjr peoplo were badly soared.
UIKP.-Thuriday, July nth, 1874, of
coniumptlon, Chelsoy Wab, aged '-'I
years. Tho funeral will tako pUCo this
afwrnocn at 1 o'clock, from tho rosl
dence of tho do caosJ, Washington avenue
between Tbir tconth and Fourteenth
itrects. Friend, 0f t,u family invited to
DiKoenove. Within the lust fow dy
several teams, engaged in hauling sscd
from tho bar formed on this side of the
illssiiuppl river, a thou dwtance above
Ulrd'i 1'ojnt, Lavu been mired in tbe
rjuickiaoi and came very tear being lost. 1
Teamiteri, hauling tand from thl place,
(liould bo vory careful not to get too far
out on the bar.
Had Koacii. The "cordoroy" on thu
road leading from Cairo to Unity and
Gooio Island is In an. almost Impassl
bio condition, And unless repaired soon
will bo so far gono as to be beyond ro
pairs, and tiocessltate tho construction of a
now road. Tho county commissioners
honld look to this matter at their earliest
l)0(is. Nearly urory iiewspapor wo
pick up contains eomotblng on tho dog
question, and, without a slngie exception,
All awfvocato tho extermination of tbo
norlliloss things. Sovornl persons liavo
diod rocontly from the uflcti of hydro
phobia, which fact has brought about tho
agitation of Iho dig subjict. Cilro has a
few dogs left thai d!i) could sparo with
I'ahuajIUNTAhv. Aldarman llaltiday
offers n resolution in the city council, Al
dtrman Saup move! to adopt it, Alder
man Nellie soconds Alderman tiaup's mo
tion, and then the other aldermen may
disscus it. To get a matter boforo the
council, tbreoof tho ton members must lu
in ftvor of lis aloption anl say
so, According to parliamentary law tho
membor who presont a resolution is its
mover; but wu do things dillurently In
our council, our council is n law
and n wholo voltimo of ordiiinnccs unto
llr.ttcviuicr.tho Hibernian ball to-tilgbt.
TitotK iNir-iiNAL WttisTLr.i.--Alder-
man Halllday know, whon ho introilucml
hli nntl-itoamboat wblstlo blowing res.t
lutlon,tbut bo wai doing nn act for which
we and sovorAlolborclti7.:us wouldrlsoup
and call iiiui bleisod. Hut, by tho way
what has becomo of tho ordlnanco passed
a few years ago, prohibiting such blow
ing'? Was it re pealod ? No tnattor, a
now ordlnanco won't hurt oven if tho old
ono lias been forgolton. Tbo ordlnanco
cominlttco work fur nothing, und wo pub
lish nil ordinances fur Iho amno prlco ;
a now ordinance will thoreforo bo n vory
cheap aflalr. lloiidos, wo aro aim oil cer
tain that It will require two ordinances to
induco tho steamboats to not wbisllo at
our wharf. Steamboats aro vory pervorso
things, when they havo sto.im up. Thoy
have read tho declaration of Independence,
and thoy bnliovo blowing their whistles
is one of tho inulionablo rights mentioned
In that Instrument.
UKNtflNK 1'drslan insect powder, Is tho
flowers of (ground) of l'yrothruru Car-
ncum,a plant growing at u high elevation
upon tbo Cauc.isKa mountains and pos
sosslng in n singular dejroc, tbo quality
of first stuptfylng und then killing insects
and vermin of evory kind, while at tbo
iiinio time it is harmless to man and anl
mals. A teaspoonlul of tho powder
Wnd upon live coals or n hot iron will
oxpol every icusqulto from o houso
without producing any unploasant mlor.
Heretofore it has only been sold In small
bottles and nt extravagant prices, liar
clay Uro's havo recoived a pot of tbo gen
ulno nowdor. which thoy sell by tho
ounco at n roducod prlco. Call at oitbor
of their drug storci and got an ounco and
try It. 7-?-2w.
Kesolutions or Kim'kct. At a moot
ing of Alexander Lodge, No. 221, I. O.
0, F., hold on Thursday ovcnlng, July
'Jd, tho following prcamblo and resolu
tions woro adopted :
Wiikukac, Our brother, Anthony Eich-
bach, has been removed from tho tellow-
ship ol this lodgo uy ueatn ; tuoreloro,
ltetolveu, That, In Ino untlmsly tleiilu
of Brother Kschbacb, struck down with
out warning by tho hand of an assassin,
wo recotrni.e an impressive illustration of
tbo xatnlnc that in thu midst of llfo wo
aro In death that thn living of to-day
become tho tloaa ot to-morrow.
Ktsolvod, That in our lamented
brother's death, this lodgo has lost a con
sistent member In waono character was
reflected tbo elevating principles of our
beloved order ; society u good man, and
his family n kind husband and considorato
Iteso'.vod, That wo deeply sympathize
with tho disconsolate widow and son of
our lamented brotbor, in their great sor
row, and will do all that wo aro instructed
to do by tho tonets of Odd-Knllowship to
make smooth boforo them tho path of life.
ltesolrcd, That a pago of the records of
this lodgo bo dndlcited and mnda sacred
to the memory of our luto brother, An
lUioh'd, Thai a copy of those resolu
tions bo sont to tbo family of tbo doccad,
and that thoy bo published in tho papers
of tho 'ilty.
Uavt. It always docs so; It can't help
doing so. That is to say, the city council
wlllilwayt fuss about gas, and wasto a
great deal of tho urticln boforo it makes n
contract with tbo gas company. During
tho past Vhtoi, inouvbt gas has been au im
portant question with our nlaormen, u
question in which the gentlemen from tho
First ward bavo token much Interest,
and In which Aldorman .Matbuu has
been unablu to dctormlno wbetbor ho saw
mora of Halllday than Taylor, or moro of
neither than of tbe otbor. l'oor, gcntlo
and innocent (Jorould, who counts fair
but wboio arubmctlo is cursed by a host
of gat consumers, has been making bids
of every kind, but to no purpoio. Tho
council cannot sen tho gas in his lumpi,
an expression we uio under prtssuro and
protost. And now comes Alderman Hal-
HJuy propoiing to receive proposals
from tbo gas ompauy to fur
nish gai ouo or two years,
and so forth. Wo havo keen told that tbo
company has ollorol to lurnlsh gas ut
figures luwvr than thoto paid by any city
around us, AVhy, then, docs tho council
hesitate? Docs it want tho company to
work for nothing 1 We cannot under
stand why tbu committen of tho council
having this matter iu band and tbe gas
company ofllcors oannot meet and In half
an hour either agree upon a prico for gas
or agreo to disagree. Why there should
be such an eternal clamor about bo small
a matter is surprising. Wo appeal to
Aldermen Walder and Saup to apply
their giant Intellects to tbo gas question,
and settio it at once.
At Hai.tman s All kinds of glms
fruit Jars cheap for cash at HartnunV
l'EnsojfAL. .1. M. lloaly, assistant en-
glnocr of tho Illinois Crntta'rnilrond,
was nt tho at. Charlct hotol ycstoMay, '
Mr. 0. W. Hcquemborg and brldo
havo arrived In thu city.
(ion. 0. It ltaum was In nttondanco
at circuit court yoatcrday.
John W. Carter and n ptrty of ladios
from .Mound City, visited Cairo yestei
day. I). A. White, of Clo'olnnd,' Ohio, a
reprosontatlvo of a prominent tobneco
linn of that city, Is m town watching his
chancos to purchio tolmrro. Hu Is stop
ping nt the Planters' hoior.
Among tho arrival- at tho Planters'
Homo yesterday woro M S'nugbter, Mem
phis; 5 N Woll, Cincinnati; W Miller,
Memphis; V A Atborton, Halo Point,
Tennessee; II Franklin, St Louli; Henry
Wilson, Vermont; Alox .iuhnton, Louis
ville. Timk.4 H.WK Outturn'. Timo has
worked n wonderful chatigo within tho
last few yof.. StoRmboitlng don't pay
now as It once did. Thrro was a timo,
and that not many yoarsngo, when pilots
could demand tbrim, four and tlvo hun
drod dollars nmintli for Hi el r serlccs;
and, if the pilot was a '.toa'y man" and
"Know the rivor" woll it wa seldom ho
was refu'ei! what hu uikod. In those days
steamb.iats woro thogroat carriers botwoen
tho west, norlhwpit and n portion of the
east and tho smith, nud most of tho tralllc
betwoan thu lertions namod was carried
on over tho Missliilppl and Ohio river.
Then stoambraU could demand and cot
living rn'es for tbo transportation of
freight. Thero wero no railroads to step
In and say : ' Wo will carry your frolght
for less than any steamboat can carry It."
Flut it Is now up hill work to make steam
boating a prclltallo business. Through
lines of railroads havo boon built, and the
ureal bulk ot tho freight that onco sought
tho toutliern market by wav of tlio rivers
now Untie rcvly and rapid transit bv
rail. Steamboat ran no longer regulate
tholr own rates, but in nlmost overy In-
stanco aro si tho tnorcy of tho shipper
nnd compelled to tako what thoy can get,
ills now not nn uncommon occurrence
to bear of pound freights being carried
from St. Louis to Now Orloaru for ton
and twolvo cents par hundrol, and (lour
meal, etc., at tr;enty-flvo ccntt a barrel,
Steamboats don't mako near as much
money at thoy used to, nnd tho captain
who receivod his J25D and i.100 por month
now takes $100, onJ is glad to got that;
and tin pilot, who fowyoors nijo would
havo turnoi up hit noso at lo;i than three
hundred, now works just as hard and Just
as faithtully for fro-n 175 to $100.
fcrllKNCK h Jjkv Wkkd Ton; In tbo
atmosphere experienced hero during tho
summer months, tho lethargy produced
by the heat tukes nway tbo dcslro for
wholsomo food, and frequont perspirations
roduco bodily enorgy, partfciilnrly thoao
lulloring from tho clfocts of dubilitatitiL'
dlsoases. In order t keep n natural
hoalthtul activity ot Uio iju ,, nu
resort to artiilcinl means. For this pur
pose Schonck'e Sea Weed Tonic is very
oUectual. A fow doles will create an ap
petlto and give fresh vior to tho onerva
ted body. For dyspept.n, it is invaluable.
Many eminent physlc'uus bavo doubtod
wbothor dyspepsia can bo permanently
cured by drugs which aro genorally em
ployed for that purpoic. Tho Sea Weed
Tonic In its iihturo ii totnlly different
from such druga. It contains no corro
elvo minerals or acids; in fact tt assists
tho regular operations of nature, and sup
plies her duUencioa. The tonic in its na
ture so much resembles tbo gastric Julco
that it is nlmost Idontical with that fluid.
Tho gailric julco is :lio natural solvont
which, In a healthy cndllion of tho body,
causes tho food to bedlgcited; nnd whan
this Julco is not exirotud in sutllciont
quantities, indigcitioi, with nil its .lis
trasslug symptoms, followt. Tho Sea
Wncd Tonic perforn.' thn duty of the gas
trin julco when th- latter is deficient,
Schonck'a Sea Wcoi. Tonic, aald by nil
druggists. S3 7-1-lm eod
ASSIGN i.h i NOTICK.
All porsons having cluims against II.
A. Hannon tiro hereby notified to present
tho samo to ino iminciSatcly, as nil nllalrs
of tho concern mut hi settled by tbo 10th
Inst. Jl. 1'. Ill.AKB,
l'J-7-t!-td Assinio of H. A. Hannon.
(!. C. Ilodcn, Diroi or of Consorvato-y
of .Music, and Tench, r of Vocal, Organ
and Piano Music, instruction given in
nil stringed nnd winj lnttrumenti. Jilo
menlary principle-, thorough bas, bar.
mony and conn to point. Unprecndbntod
Inlucomonts oll'.;ed. Tboao wishing to
tecuro his servi-oi will plunso apply at
tho Consorvatry of Jluslc cornor of
Twelfth slroot and Washington iivonuo.
Pianos tuned aid repaired.
UKOt'KCUvS AT AUCTION.
1 will sol, commencing on TuesJoy
morning, Jtly 7th, nt H o'clock n. m., nnd
continuo frjm day to day until tho cntiro
slock of grocorlos, otc , aro disposed of,
at tho st. ro of Henry Hasonjager, on
Klghtu strnot, between Commercial nnd
Wailiisgt,n avenuoi. Tho stock consists
of :oilu, ugar, iplccs, woodwaro of all
description', sholf oods, tl ir, meal, etc.
Also tL" countors nnd shelving, sculo',
and in Uct everything that Is kept or
used in a iirtt-cla-i family yrocory store.
Salo w.th ,ut reserve.
- "-l-'it L. II. JtYKhs, Aucllonoer.
Scoring to wind up our partnership
business, va r.ro.'solling luinbor at reduced
rates j iuousand less than market
prlcos. Hiring ' largo itocr" of logs on
hand, we iro prepared to fill nil bills nt
bhortnotito, yf0 uxo uing eldewalk
lumber aij oalt, at $13 per thousand, cash,
delivered and poplar, at corresponding
-Mr. JUtiabey being no lorrgqs In our
employ lyarrt 'authorized to tako or
ders, col! Mollis or recolpt for tho Urm.
b2-7.lj.iw ' A'am, ii F.nt.
Tuiihibii bathing towols, bathing
gloves, spongos, extra llay rum, toilet
powders, retallod at wholesale prices at
Uarclay llros. .7.'J.'Jw
TllUHHHAY kvknino, July 0, 1871. j
Tho wiathor tho jjrst part or this week
was the hottest of tho soason, but yes
torday afternoon a slight shower visited
us, making adooldod iuipnivomont In the
lomporaturo. To-day has beoh cloudy
and cool all day, and to-night thoro Is
ovory Indication of n heavy storm from
Cairo was visited by nn earthquako of
considerable forco at -I p. m. to-day, but
aside from frightening a few norvous pei
plo, no damago was dono.
Tl.o market In somo of its branches
shows n lietiei doling tiiun "t tho oponlug
01 tlio WCOlt. HOlll Wr.ltu Mnd tnlfuil ivirn
Is firmer, and In moro actlro demsriJ.
Corn meal Is Drm and active :l M and
nono In markot. Oats am dull and quiet,
vory fuw In mtrkot and very little
inquiry Poultry and egi?s nro very dull.
JSutter is scarco end receipts nro readily
Stj Our friends should bear lu mind
that tho prices hero given nru usually for
ittlc from llrst liands in round loll. In
lllling orders and for broken lots it It
necessary to chargo au advance over
these figures. 'ti
Tbo market is hoavy and dull and
stocki aru largo for tbo demand. Prices
aro unchanged and weak. Salos woro 200
bblii various grades, 5 00 to 8 00; S00
bbls various, grades, -1 00 to 7 00; 200
bblt various grade, I 60 to 7 00 : 22ii
bbls various grade), X 00 to 8 SO.
J'hero ii no hay ollerlng. A fow cart of
choice would find roady sale, as thero it
c 'nsidtrabli' inquiry for It to-day. Wo
note tales of SO bales good mixed, 17 00
1 car mixed dolivorod, 10 00; 1 car mixed
dolivoroJ, 13 00.
Tho feeling In corn of nil kinds Is firm
and tho tendency m prlcos is to advance,
Iho order trado has shown
considerablo improvement in tbo
last fow days. Sales woro 1 car
white In bulk on track, 70s ; '-' cart white
In dundect delivered, 70; 100 sacks mixed
delivered, 72c; 1G cars mixed in sacks do
Jlverod, 72c; 1 car whlto in sacks dollv
crod on orders, "A; 0 cars mixed in tackt
dolivcrod, 72o; 6 cars white in sacks do
HveroJ, 73c; 1 car whitojln second hand
sucks dolivcrod, 73c; car while In sacks
delivered, 75c; 2 cars mixed in ticks de
Tlio supply In markut is vory small,
but is lull v equal to thu demand. Prices
hold firm but thoro is nothing doing. Tho
now crop will begin moving soon and tho
puces will go down. Wo nolo sales of
!! cars northern in tacks delivered; 68.
Tho market It bare and demand active
Thero was tnno in llrst hands to-day
l.ocoipn would Und ready talo at 3 SO
Wm i.nln s.l
II 11 .t X
(Quotations aro nominally' 1S017 00
ckcd and dollvered, but thero is nono in
inarkot and wo hv no sales to report
Choicobuttor is vory scarce and wanted
Kcceipt ot all kinds havo fallen short ot
the demand antt thu market is bare. Wo
nolo sales of 1000 lbs good northern
'-'022c; COO Ibi cholco Southern Illinnir
23c; 7 pkgs good Southern Illinois, '20c
t pkgj medium, 15c.
Plenty r.nd dull. Tho weather has
been to excesslvoly hot that although ogga
may bo shipped in good order thoy a:
rivo hero in a damaged condition, and
dealers aro glad to tell them at almost any
prico aamed. Wo note salos of 300 dozi n
10c; 100 dozen, bo; 600 dozen, bn ; 10
boxes, shippers' connt, 83.
Thoro is no demand fur cbickoni or
other poultry except for tbo local and re
tail tradoaud this is supplied by country
wrguiis. Transactions bavo run light and
consist of 2 coop old hone, 3 09; 3 coops
young chickens, 'J SO,
Not enough selling to establish quota
tions. Country wagons nro doing most of
tho local business, and there is no shipping
Tho demand for smoked meat nnd lard
continue good und prices hold firm.
Transaction nro llmltod by lack of sup
plies. Wo nolo talcs 1000 lbs clear tides,
lie; CC'O lbs clear tldoa, lljc.
Thero is very little fruit coining to'
market and that littlo U moro than is
wanted. In fact thoro It nothing doing
In fruit at nil outsido of oranges and lem
ons, except in tbu blackberries that aro
brought in buckets and sold in tbo
ttreet by poddlora,
PllAlTH AI. Watcumakkii Mr. J. J.
Stol.er, a practical and thoroughly com-
potent watchmaker, hat cstab'iihod him
eolf in businoss nt his residence, No. 12
Cross strcot, whero bo will tako in all
work tendered him. Mr. Stclzcr being
under no cxpcnso, can afford to
work from 60 to 100 por cent choaper
than any other watchmaking establish-
inout in tho city. All work warranted
togivo satisfaction. Orders for work can
bo loft at tho bindery In Tin: Bulletin
building. Mr. Stolzor also kcopt on hand
a full supply of all kinds of flowers, ana
will tnku plcasiiro in filling orders
loft with him. 30-7-1-lm
Tin: extravagant prices demandod for
foatlior dtiltom hnvo doprlvod tho house
keepers of modorata meant of their use
Ilarclny llros., by purchasing In large
quantities from first hands, aro now on
nblud to reduce tbu prlcos so at to I ring
them within tho roach ol all. They ulso
koep ovory vnrlety of window, wall and
floor brushes, with long handles, which
they retail at wholcsalo'prlcoi. -7-2-2w
Tub largest and .bost-selocted stock
of FUKNITfJUK for ealo at wholesale
nnd retail by HKNKV KIOHHOFF, No.
116, Commercial tivunuo.oppoilte Hovontn
........ tl f.-lT-Lr.
, -S-U-A , I.
The following were the arrivals, and tie-
luniiroa lor nie -i noun riidiiijr nt 0
o'clock lat evening.
Sloamor Atlantic and tow, Now Orleam
" Cborokee, Cincinnati
" Flsk, PuJucah
' Ironsides, St Louli
" Cl.arllo Plero, St Louis
" John Co Hin, St Louli
" Stu tlmeviovo, St Louis
" Monongalula, St Louis
" Futuro City, Bt Louli
Steamer Atlantic nnd tow, St. Lulls
" Cberokco, Cincinnati
" Klsk, Pftdusiih
" Ironsides and tow, Ol 1 1 river
" Charlie Pierco, Ohio rltor
" Ironsldot No. 2, Ohio river
" -'"O Cortan, Ohio river
'' Monora-ahla, Ohio river
" Hto (l(h.vloo, Vleksburir,
" Future City, Now Orleans.
Tbo conJitloti of tho rlvert Is not ma
terially changed, tho wtter In both Lnlng
vory low, thougli thtm is a fair ttago be-
twoon Cairo at.d St. Louis,
Tho weather yesterday was pleasant.
compared with that of a few days pro
Vitus. Thorn was a pleasant breeze pro.
vailod lII day, and light clouds obscured
tho sky. At the closo of our report thoro
was Indications of rain.
lluslnxsi was dull, as usual, boats gener
ally gotling but littlo lrolgbt.
Mlscr.LLANKoU!". It is reported that
tho T. K. F.ckcrt has takon thn contract
to rotuovo llacon reck at the junction of
tho rivers, and will commenco the work
in a few days,
Cuaiiuoai. furnaces at T.J. Ki:ii-hV.
Oiakcoal in any Jqualntlty to suit
purchaser at T. .1. Kkiitii's. S7-C-1 '-tf
Somktiiinu Nkw. Ilucks Crystal
Ilrllllant with glass oven doort. No oc
casion to havo Lurnt bread. Call and sco
Hat T. J. Kkiitii's. tiT-O-lO-lf
Tim IIkbt. Win. Ludwig, harness
maker, cornor of K'ght street and Com
mercial ovenuu, has thu belt supply of
harness, saddles, hridlej, etc., in .Southern
Illinois, and tlls them ai cheap as tho
MlLLINKitr doom at Cost. Mrs
Uriggs, Commercial avenue, corner lenth
street, wishes to inform the ladies or Criro
and vicinity that for tho next 30 days she
will tell tier summer millinery nt ewl
Pleaso call and examine her goodls, if
you wish something fino at a low price.
Dn. Jcnnkllk pays special attention to
tbo irregularities of children's tectb, and
to all oporalion for thu preservation of
tho natural teeth in both old and young.
Tho best references given from any part
of Soutborn Illinois. All work warranto.!
mutncioi j . Olllco on Kiyhtli alrpi-l, over
Stuart .V tsbolion'a. S 1-7-7-31
J1IR tmruer euop iW,7r,u corner ol
Eighth ttreet and Commercial avenue
where J. tioorgo Stlonhouso with his gen
tloraanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, roadv to soothe
your feelings with a smooth sbavo, or cool
your tomper and head with a good tharu
poo. It is a flrit-clast shop, and you aro
sure of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
ftortho most approved stvles. 8-15-tf
It is a fact well established that must
of tho alo am porter sold as genuine
Scotrn alo ami London porter is entirely
unfit for medical uio, being bar imita
tions. Barclay Bro s, tbo drur ;ists, re
cognising tho Importance of ha fine the
genuine goods, have procured dlroct an
invoico of McK wen's alo and liyass
porter, which can bo had for medical pur
poses, at their stores on Ohio loveo and
Washington avonuo, at moderate pricos.
Wamiinoton Hakkky. Mr. Joseph
itonekor has takon cbvgo of this woll
known establishment, and wil', on and
alter to-day, be ablo to supply tho
public with cbolco bread, including
lioston, lirown and Orabam bread, bcitlcs
cikes and confectionarios of ovory de
scription, llcfng an experienced . nnd
skilful bakor, Mr. Honcker will not fail to
satisfy all wbo patronize him, 140
Washington avcuuo. 3S-7-2-liii
8tah: nv Illinois, i .
i.ili'.i i ir . a.i i r.ii, ,
In the Circuit Court or Alexander count),
Afpteiuoer term, .. ii. is, i.
Lamps Manufncturlni.' Cniupany, Klijali
V. Morgan. Datlil 11. .Morgan. Clin-e I'.
Partons, Wilfred Karnes, Juines I). Dean, S.
Staats 'J a) lor and Kdwln Parsons, Trilsti es
ortlio ( nlro Cily Propcily Company, I'runk
liu L. Parker, James r.lll-. Ha tie C. Karnes,
Manning Majtleld and YIIIum It, llroun,
(tiriu or M. Mayllcld and Co.) on-l William
Petition for Mechanic's Men.
Alllihoitof the iinii-ri'slUeiicoof Klijali W.
Morgan, James II. Dean, l.'dwln Parsons,
I'rankliii I.. Parker, James Kills, Mniiiiiii'
Maylield uml William storer, nbote nauivd
defeiitlants, having been llleil lu olllce of tbo
clerk ol' said court, notice Is Iheiefor hereby
given to you the sulil Klijali W. Morgan,
James II. Dean, l.'dwln Parsons, Franklin L.
Parker, James Kills, Planning Mayllcld ami
William Storer, that tho complainant Hied
his petition lor :i mechanic's lieu In
said cotiit on tbo third day ol June, A. 1).
Ib74, and that thereupon u summons l.s.ncil
out at said court returnable on tbu llrst .Mon
day lu thu month of September next us Is
Now, unless you shall personally ho and
appoar beforu said court on tlio llrl day of
the next (September) term theieol to bo
liolden In tlio city ot Cairo In said county on
tho llrst .Monday in September next, nnd
plead, answer, or demur to the petition or
complainant, the samo aud the matters and
things therein charged and sfated will ho
taken in confessed and a decree entered
asalnst you according to tlio prayer of said
petitioner. ' C1VM,
(iLOitm: Fimimi, I Clerk.
S. P. WlIl'.KLHK, I
Cairo, llllno's, Juno litis, J8i4.
DR. AV. liLAUW
luiiurs llloek (tip stair) corner fcth Stro
nnd 'Washlugton Avonuo.
90-31-tf. OA1KO, ILLINOIS.
BFAL, KKTArat ACtKMUT.
'ohn Q, Hitman."
J. Q. HARMAN &, CO.
BBAL ESTA TB
Ami Land Agents of Ihe Illinois Central and
lliiilltiglon und .Mls-oiirl It, It. Cos.
North Cor. Sixth nnd Ohio Levee,
C. WINSTON &. CO,
Kcitl Estate Agents,
71 Ohio Lkvkk, (Second Floor,)
II. iy mi. I Ki ll IIIJAI. I1STATIJ, Pnv'I AM
l-'ilriil.lies Allrscls of Title.
KIM 1 I I A M l
R. SMYTH &. CO.
No. I!0 Ohio l.cvcc,
CAIKO, I I.I.I N( IH
(Successor to Parker .t lilukt'
PAINTS & OILS
VAILS LSI IKH,
H UI 'SI IKS,
WINDOW SUA I) I.. S!
And the celebrated illuminating
llroia' lluildlng, llthM.A Oomercmi Av
(.'A I HO. I U.S.
CARRIAGE & WAGON
Sixth .Sln-et and Cominciclnl .tii iiiif,
i,..i.itt..tlon giten to Hdiikx 'ii.sI.no
and general riialnng. in-'- "
TIIH CAIRO CITY
CO-M I'A NY
Are prepared to supply customer,
with the nest
I.EAVH OllllHltS Al
Gfllallnlay llro.'s oil). -. S.. .
rtTllalllda) llio. s WIiarH...,
JUTf'Al Lirypllaii Mill- or
r.iT'At the nial dump, fot ot '
Speeiil Inducsiasnis ti Lirz, Coa:na,.,
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Lcvce, over iMatliun I lil h.
Je3yiVoiip but jjrsl-cttiM (nnpitinr
SnU'orrt, Alorris & Cniidcc,"
7a Ohio Lcvcc, City National Hank
Jiuildiiij,', Oaiuo, Ills.
Tho oldest c.stals'iahod Agency lu Southern
Illinois reiieseiilliig over
Cures all kinds ol pains. Kor nalu by
Solo agents (of Alexander, Pulalil, I m,,,,
Mil Massac coiliitiet. ill-ii-ll-'.'in
(8ilcccs-or to O. K, Doiiglasi