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Politics for 1874,
HON. KDWA1U) Mcl'IIEUSON,
Clerk Jouae of Jirpresaitativca U. S.
Tills AccuniTxand Imi-autiai. volumes
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Addres GIHJ. HIS. liAWSON,
P. O. ux4U, Washington, D.O.
INTEY LUMEU YAHD.
COK. iSETEisTEENTH ST. AXD COM
Tho undersigned hating cstablifilicil n
new lumber yard in connection with their
sawmill, are prepared to furnlMi nil kinds of
building material, iuch us
l'INE, OVrHKSH, VOVLa.1I
And Ash Flooring, Siding. Celling, c.
Special attention is called to our steam
boat. U'aeon and Aprlriilturiil linnlpinpiit
Material, which will bo funiithed un hhort
nouce in large orunaii (juautitles,
A large stock of cheap lumber on hand at
ourmlli, which will bo sold at fS to ?lu per
thousand In carload lots. Also lath und
shingles furniWieU In any ijuantitv.
Cll.tS. liANCAHTKlt .t CO.
CalroJlb, August 1,1871. 8-2-Sm
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 7C Ohio Lctcc, CA1JJO, ILLS
C3TRpeclal attontion given to consign
menu and QUlnic orders. ll-'i U
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
3To. XX O Olilo Ziovoo
A! mam tntenaing to do business must nrst
prepare uuut;ii io mtut the requirements
or bis customers ; next ho must let uvcry
possible or probable customer know thut he
isio prepared. In a very small placo he
may tkll all tho people what be can do. In
a largo yihk" u inniu luuumil, poster Ot
circular, properly dittilbuted. will i,
clous, but WUOKVKK IS IN A I'LACB LAKOK'
XXOUUUTO SUl-l'OHr A NKWhl-AI-JCll WIU.
MMD THAT IT 18 TIIK CHltAI KSr MEDIUM
1UK0101I WniCHTO AUDKK8IT1IK rL'CLIC
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS?
Pnmrttiniltf In take from us n thousand bill
heads, good paper und-finely printed, for
Saw to -i iki.
Ono thousand statement printed at 'I'iik
UVLMCTtM olllce lor $3,b0 to 4 IK). ,-
lfftlr lsntl. ,
Oiip:ihmiitnil note ItcaiU Tirlii'f d'at-TUB
Hullktin olllco for ?l.00; twothwus and lor
nnolhniKfliul lmillidS card, lino Ilrlstol
board. prtotcdatTllR Hullktin oflico lor
from 2.r0 to el 00, according to tire.
F1UDAY, AUGUST 28, 1874.
HUPLA I .HUPdAWi JHUPLA!
look out roil 'rHi;imii.uNcii.
i V1 1
Tbo l'lantora' Houie being all together
tan small for Ibo blc lunch which It to
como off today, at ton o'clock, a. in.,
part of the lunch will bo cooked on tho
lovno, bntweon tho hours nf oljht tind ten
K1HU, SOHOWDKII, TUKTMSOUJ',
Jtr. Churl ei llottn, tor hfrlVIcJ. "Hlg
Chas.," has tbo management of tho affairs
with Mr. Kd ward lloulnor'a (In Duleb
llofnor,) clown as militant.
Kvarybody W Invited to pirtako of tho
big lunch. Como ono Como all.
U V.U, llKUVNKll.
Toiucco Bai.1. Tbo regular yeekly
inlo ol tobacco at the l'luntorn' warohouir,
will tako place to-day at tbo usual hours.
Klliott & llAVTiioiijf offer for salo
$30,000 worth of shoes at prices that
should command attontion.
Wanted. A good cook and alio n
nurioglrl. Apply to l)u. StiTir,ut
77-8-Jl-tf tio. zl, Thlrtoonth streot.'
One thouianu Uiunoto ipnrmott' j
llartman's, only twonty-llvo contt each
Ooi'ttT l'ltocKsiiiNiW. Tho proceoi-
Ings, after tho last session ut tho boald of
county commissioners, will bo found In
anotbor column. They tbo proceedings
aro short and swtot this timo.
Fon Hkkt. Tho undersigned bas tbron
first-class rosldoncnn, two. on Cross and
ono on Klovcnth slreot, for rent. Hxcel
lent clitorns, out-housoi, iind nil other
convonioiiccs. Just put Into lino ordor,
Knqulro of O. AV. McKkaio, 1. 1.
The dodiciitiou of tbo Jl. K. church at
Ullln will tako placo on Sunday, .Sep
tember 18lb, M 11 o'clock a. in.
Huv. Joito Grant, presiding oldor,
olllclatlng. All friends ut tbo church and
tho cnuso aro cordially invited to bo
l-'oii J!kkt. Tho now brick btulnoss
houso iatolv occuniod bv Cant. Ksllr. on
r i - - f
C'ommorcial nvonuo botiveon Tenth nnd
Klovonth atroott, Cairo. A lariro leaso
given li rooulrod. Knqmroof JI. AN'ation
n obb. corner JJlovonth stroot and Com
mercial avenue. 87-8-'JC-10t
The best stock of boats and shoes of
overy description at Elliott & linythorn'r,
101 Commercial avenue, Cunuingham'a
Hay lioAiiuiNii. Mrs. Stewart wlshos
te Inform the public that she has oponod
a boarding house for tbo accommodation
of day boarders, In tlio brick rusidonco on
tho corner of Twolllli and l'oplnr stroets.
Mrs. Htuwart u known to Cairo pooplo an
an old hand at tao business ol providing
acceptable faro for bnardors, aud with u
detorm'nation to koop up hor well-earned
reputation, solicits sbaro of public pat
OiQAu Stanh ion Hale. Wishing to
movo on tu a farm, I will coll my cigar
and tobacco stand, with all the stock,
furniture and fixtures conucctod with it,
on Eighth struot between ;Commorclal
avenuo and Ohio lovco at n bargain.
iuo uutiuoss is won oalaulttbcd with n
good run of custom, and tboro is no lot-
tor stand in ('aire. My only object In
soiling is to change my business from tho
city to tho country.
83-C-2t-Gt John O. EcKK.viiKRo,
Gentlemen should know that they
can buy boots and elioos warranted hotter
than home-made and much cheaper at
l.lllott it Haythcjn's, 101 Commercial
'lll. UXLMONIUO llUSTAURASr V.l 1
open on tbo first ot Boptombtr and will
be kept open thurealter day und uleht.
Harry Walkor lias made nil prepara
tions for the restaurant business aud will
be able to accommodato all his customors.
l reih oystors, gamo of all kind., nnd
everything in Its seasou that tho market
affords, will be served up.
Hoard on tli Europoan plan three
tickets for ono dollar.
llegular day board at the old rates
flrst-clais board at third-class rates.
uo.vk. Our entorprising dry goods
merchant, Mr. J. Uurgor, started vester
day on his way to JKow York and othrr
markets to lay in his supply of goods for
the fall and wlntor trado. Ho expects to
remain In the East 'about six weeks, In
ordor to watch tbo market and make bis
selections, buying at the most advantageous-
figures, In order to glv bis army of
steady, customers here, nil tlio advantages
that my bo connected with his own know
lodgo f tho businoss and bis ability to not
only bty at good bargains, but to rnako
such sjlocttont as aro most sultpd to the
wauts of tho pooplo who deal with him.
AlULi. Dat, Our business mon woto
alracit unanimous iu lho bollof that yes
Urday was ono of tho dullest days, in a
tuinoss point of view, exporlonced In
Cairo during this season. It Is fair to
presume, howovbr. thaUtho rnln, ."whio)i
previilled tho ' B'rfttor . pail -or, lho
day,' ha3 a dopreislnfj effect, in all
brnncbes of trado. Our merchants aro
bogltn ng to.look fornar.4 to hotter tnns
In tho near futuro. Tho orop li good, nnd
when It begins to move will maka trado
l'ousx Court. Tboro was very lilllo
tuslnnis tranaaclod In lho pnllco courts
yosterdny. Oau gentloman was before i bis
honor Judgo Hrois, cbargod with Using
offonslvo and nbUsIva langung. A
cbangoot vonuo was thknn to Juslion
llltd, UUl Itlill, IUO Biorosaiu jjouniiiuiii
galniiJ. n'dytbltig by taking 'lho change,
docs not appear very clearly. Thoro were
lliroo warrants R(alnit him, charging him
with using abuslvo nnd oll'enilvo langu
ago, on as many differont occasions. Ho
was adjudged yontly In och base, and the
egrogato Ones asiosiod him amouncd to
something ovor thirty-six dollan.
jkx has odnk " to Now York and
othoronHorn cities, to purchase tho largest
and llnoat stock of clothing and eonts' fur
nlidiing goods over brought Into tho Mis-
slialppl valloy. Ito will consumo from
four to six wcoks tlmo In making his bo
loctlons, and threatens to ocllpso anything
over dono In Cairo, In slr.o of stock, qual
Ity of goods, and thn bargains that ho will
labor to aecuro Tor Ills cuiiomurs, wnoso
name Is legion and ho will do it. Ho
novwr falls in anything ho undertakes.
So wo may look-out for nn immenso stock
of fall and winter goods, to bo sold at
cloio figures, and wo will wait to buy our
sovorul suits until 31arx returns. "Go
thou and do llkowtio."
next session of tho Uorman-Amorlcan
schoolj l'rot. Henry Appol, principal,1
and Jliss Clotilda 1'ocum, asssistant,
will opon' on next Tuesday, Hoptomber
1st. The school will bo cooduotad in tbo
i&tno msnnor as last session, l'rof. Ap
pol will havo charge of tbo German
brunch of tho school, and Miss Yocum
tbo Knglish department.
l'uplls will bo instructed In tlio follow
History ot tbo Unltol Statos ;
Katural Philosophy ; and Kcodlowork
togolber with all the othor branches usu
ally taught In our schools.
For further particulars parents aro re
qusstod to inquire of
l'ur. Henry Ari-Ki., Principal.
August 28, 187-1. Ct
Vjckhonambmb. Mr. .lowott "Wilcox,
who has been In Vermont for tbo last two
weeks, will roturn about Tuesday next.
Major J, 11. Donnles and Judge D.
L. Hawkins of Capo Girardeau, rival can
didates for circuit judge of tho Capo Gir
ardeau, (Missouri) district, passod through
the o'ty yeiterday, on tfaoir way to Now
Madrid, on un electioneering tour.
Mr. J. O Jocylin of Chicago, was a
guest at tho Et. 'Jbarloa yciterday.
K. O. Francisco, agent for the Groat
l'an-bandlo route, was in tho city on
VVednosday and Thursday.
Among tho guests roglstored at tho
fit. Charlos hotel yestorday wore: ltobt
Hoblson, Cincinnati ; C A Waro, Atlanta,
Georgia ; John G b'untog, Kvansvlllo; G
W H Corliss, Metropolis ; B M. Burtun,
and AVill Smith, Bt Louis.
Mr, Vrauk I Ibko, tbo fat. Louis lum
ber morcbHiit has, boon in tbo city a day
Illinois Ukstiiai. H. 11. Co., "i
AoentbOkkick, Cairo, Aug.26,1874. j
To porsons wishing to attend tbo Camp
Mooting to ba held at Jonesboro from
August -Sth to August 31at, wo will soil
excursion tickets to Anna and roturn nt
ono and one-Ultu raro. aalu ot ticKou
will commouco on tho J'iSlh and discon
tinue on August 31st. Tickets good to
roturn until Septombor 1st, inclusive
St James Johnson,
Uiik Cauhk o-Tkmi'Eiiance finds one
ot its most insidious and daagoroufool
n lho ninny so-called "tonics " and " ap
potiztri." made of cboap whisky and re
fuse liquors, finished up to suit depraved
appotitett under tho name of modicino.
Oil. WALKKIl'a Calikoknia Vineqak
lilTTEUH aro uono of thuso. They aro not
a buverago, but aro a gonuiou medicine,
purely vegetable, preparod from Cali
fornia herbs by a regular physician. 1'or
all dlseasos of tho atomach, llvor, kidnoys
bladder, skin and blood, thoy aro au in
falllblo and unrivaled romedy.
15-d uml w-lw
KllLKUH TO ills I'ATBONH, AND THIS
Gehkkal 1'uhlic, Oukxtjnu, I very
tespecttully solicit u continuanco of tho
favors of my patrons and Invito the pat'
ronage of tho public, but I wish old
patrons and transient patrons to distinctly
understand that I work for monoy and
not because of a philanthropic desire to
shoo nnd boot my fellow men without
inonoy and without price, nnd that, thero
fore, if any old patron or now patron,
Ueslring shoes or boots, has not tho pocu
tilary ability to pay for tho work ordered
when done, be is requested 'to pass on to
soino oilier shoenmkor. I want no old
patrons or now patrons who will not pay
Tbono who are willing to pay will llnd it
to their interest to patronize me, because
1 koop on hand tho host of stock, do tbo
best of work, glvo tho best of fits and
work for tho lowest of prices,
8-9;3w , Kiilkks,
Twontloth Street, between Poplar and
"Wo s li I n g ton Avenue.
l'niVATK Hoahuino. Mrs. J. W. Car
mlchaol having taken the largo houso a
ibo corner of Sixth street and "Washing
ton avonue, Is propared to
furnish prlvnto boarding to u
limited numbor of elthor ladlos and gon
tlomen, or to gentlomen and their wives.
Tho houso is very pltsantly locatod and
convenient to the business part otthocily,
lho rooms aro large, airy and well
lightod. For furthor information inqulro
vt tho. house.
Jki,ly l,BEKK3,SomethIng now In
tho Jolly 1'ress Hue, at Henderson's, 190
Commercial avenuo. ti-S-8-lui
X 1) 111 L LI ANT . WKUUIN.O AJ
THK OlIUltOH OK TIIK ilfa
Mil. UUAS. Af. ilOWlf A'D M1SH
EUOKNtlS yfOOV KNTKll THE
VEl)DrU)8l'ATB. 1 '
DKVAIITUIIE OK THK HAl'l'Y
Mr. Cliss. M. Uowo, of tbo drm of 0.
M. Howo & Oo , and Miss Eugonlo M.
Wood, daughter of Col. Cbas. O. Wood,
latoof tho Cairo and Vlncennos railroad,
woro yfcstorday united in marriage by thn
Kov. Ohas. A. Gilbert. Tho marrtago
coremony was porformcd In lho Episco
pal church, In tho prosonco of n very largo
and soloct gathering of tbo ollto of tho
city. Though tbo day was a dltagrnoablo
ono, nnd nl tho hour when tho coropnny
bogan toassomblo nt tho church, a brisk
rain was falling, nollher Mr
Howo. Mlia Wood. nor tholr
friends paid much attontion to It; prob
ablv bocauso tholr Ihonzh'.s woro too
much taken up with th", to thorn, Import
ancoof the occasion, and It may bo that
thoy woro looking beyond ha presont ,
Inlo tho.dlm futuro, eoulotnplallng the
now life upon which they woro about to
enter wit i all It pleasures nnd plans.
At ono o'clock, tho bridal parly
having arrived at tho church, loft tholr
carriages and entered building.
Tho following aro tbo nimos of - nil tho
parlies, and lhlr relation to4 tho cora-
1, nKIDK'AND OR00M1
Cbas. M. Howe, Miss Kugonle M. Wood.
. '-. AXrHDAHTS.
Mattle Williamson, Mr. Albert Howe,
list iL, Webb, Mr. Henry 11 Wood,
Molllo E. Webb, Mr. Frank Howe.
3, Master of Ceremonies Matthew V.
Mours. A. II Satl'ord, 11. II. Candou and
M. F. Gllbort.
.0 Music Mondolfobn's Wedding March
(i. OKKICIATI.Nd MINISTER,
ltuclor Charles A. Gilbert.
7 TO DIVE AWAY THE llRlDlf,
Hon. 11, Watson Wobb.
Promptly at tbo hour net tbo parties ap
proached, nnd marching up tbo aisles in
the ordor montlonod, tho beautiful servlco
of tbo Episcopal church was rosd, Mr
Wobb L'avo awar tbo bride, and in
a very briof space of time tho twain
woro united In indlssolulto bond.
All parties sustalced tbomsslrs admirably
during tho ccromony, and tbo happy
couplo woro warmly congratulated at Its
Immsdiatoly after tho ceremony, Mr.
and Mrs. Howo wero escorted to tho St.
Charlos betel, from which at
2:30 o'clock they took tho north bound
train for au oxtonded bridal
tour. " Thoy will bo nbsorit aboiiln month,
and during that tlmo will visit Chicago,
Montreal, Lakes Champaign and George,
NowYotk, l'blladfllphla, Hallimoro and
Hoforo the departuro of tho train, con
gratulatory tulegraina from Mossrs.
Itumblo, Wencol and Win. 11. Dicks,
Esq's, of Kutchoz, Mies,, were received.
THE WEI1PDINO TOILETTES.
As tho bridal party proceeded Immedi
ately from tbo church to tho railroad sta
tion, thu bride was drossed In traveling
costume, and hor attendants in corres
ponding atliro. The bridn, according to
a custom indulged in by mutt bridos,
looked handsome and happy. Her
dress was n potrl colored Iiish
poplin, elaborately and elegantly
trimmed orange (lowers In her hair
and at hor throat. Mlis Mollle Wobb,
first bridesmaid, woro stool colored pop
linhair also udornod with orange
flowors. Miss Kato Webb, second
bridesmaid, ditto. Miss Msttlo Wil
llamson, third bridosmald, atoet colorod
silk, pink and wbito (lowers in her hair.
Tho groomsmen, Mcstrs. Frank Howo,
Henry It, Wood and Albert Howo, wi re
tho customary "swallow tall" coats, white
uock-ties, ditto vests, ditto gloves.
Mr, Matthew P. Fulton, as mastor or
ceremonies, did his duty in an unexcep
tionable manner, und rocolved.tho. grato-.
till tbanks of all partiot, with tho wish
that ho may bo tbo most ''interested' ' at
tho next similar event.
Among many handsome gifts to tho
brldo woro nn ologant and costly family
bible from Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stoelo j a
praytr book from Miss Mollio Wobb; a
silver sall'boll from MIssMhttla William
ton; a traveling drinking cup, sllvor,
from Ur. M. P. Fulton; a silver card re
colvor from Mr. Wilklnion; silvor buttor
knife from Mr. Pink; two massive gold
lined silver napkin rings and boquet
holders comblnod, with inscriptions, Irom
Mr. Frank Howe; an oxquislto tbral trl
butu composed of tubo and
tea roses and mosees, was the
gift of tho MIiios Stoolo; a magnlllcont
bridal boquot, with a chased silvor holder,
bandkorcbiol, ring and chain attacbod,
from Mr. & Mrs. Wood Itlttonhouse.
A fitting accompaniment to this boauti
lul gift was tho following poem nddrosod
to tho newly-weldod pair by Mrs. Wood
TO Jilt, AMI MllH. C, M, IIOWX,
In sparkllug drops tbo rain comes down,
A shining vail, to ilotho this day
Iu Initial robcb-a glittering crown,
Made of tho summer's sllv'ry spray.
With unseen sweets tho llowcrs thrill
Tbo pul.es oflliuorysTararr
Iu leaf-crowtu'd wpmU tho wild birds trill,
Mldsuplcyittn and4 m'oso.s rare;
Thy wedding day, oh 1 friend of-inlm'-
A gatowsy op'nlngnew nnd' bright,
Into a life wheroHwefthbpi.' slime, '
Oh! fair youug wife, may all thy years,
No vain regrets, no blighting! Know ;
No sorrows dim thine eyes with teal-.
No cold winds chill lovo's warmth und
Young husband, may tho future yield
"Joys sweeter thau o'er known bcforc.-(p
May life spread out, a golden Held, a
WlieFo liary'cst" hall onrli h fhytoro. f
May tbts glad daynn emblenrbo
ui niiuro miss now but iicguu,
When sweet' content and peace diM K'o
TW() fend licit ts that Indeod ale oac.
The host goods at the lowest prlcen li
tbo motto of Elliott & Haythorn. They
will selV tho lowest.1
III ; s
statroi" Illinois; v 1 , t
f-Alexaiidor County, J",1; " '
If "S-t. ' S i
'Meeting of tho Board of County Oom
mlisloners nt tbo court houso in thn
city of Cairo in said county and stato on
tho lath day of July, 1874.
Presont Hon. George Fisher and
Thomas Wilson, commissioners.
Absent Jamos L, Sanders, commisi
loner and chairman of tho board.
Jacob G. Lynub, County Clerk; Hon.
Thos. Wilson, choion chairman.
On motion the following named porsons
wero selocted as grand Jurors for tho Sep
tombor torm, next, of tho Aloxnndcr
jounty circuit court, vlzt
North Calm. James Ilurk, Chas. Gal
ighor, Wm. H. Morris, Thomas Ent, '.
P. Holly, Wlliaui Stratton.
South Cairo. H. D. Avert. W. L. Urls
tol, It. J. Oundlir, K. J. Davis, llunrv
Klilott, Henry II. Rills.
Clear Crook. Aluxandor J. Abernothy,
H. H. Frazier. ' 4
Uailewood.'-.lamoa W. Durham,' ,n,
Dog Tooth N. Hansacker. - -Thebes.
J. N. Oatos, Enos JCorr. ,
Unity. Oeorgo McCrlto, W. Wagonor.
Santa Ko. Alox. Twento. .
Gooso Island. J.8. llrow.i.
On this day comes John P. Holy, county
surveyor and prosonts a survoy ami plat
of lands in township seventeen (17) south,
in range one (I), west of the third 1. M.,
In accordance with an order of this board
beroloiorn mpde, and Ibo board having ex
amined said survey and plat, and being
fully advisod of and concerning tho same,
It Is ordered that the said plat and survoy
bo approved. It la further ordored that
tho clerk place tho said lands upon tho
aiio-sor's book for 1H71, In tbo samo dc
scrlpttvo order as tho same are upon said
survey and plat. And it is further ir
dorcd that tbe said survey and pint be
tiled by the circuit clerk in his olllce, for
record, and that tho clerk of this board
hand them to said clfrk for that purpose
TUESDAY MOR.N'IMI, JULY 14TH, 1 S7 t.
The borrd met at 11 o'clock a. in. Pres
ent Heme officers at on yesterday.
It is crdorod that John P. Uealy bo al
lowed tho sum of two hundred dollars in
full for iirvoylng shd pV.tlng tho lands
in township 17 S., 11. 1 W., und that an
order bo drawn on tho county Iroasurer in
his favor accordingly.
The board having undvr consideration
tho aisessmont of property for 1371, nl
journod from day to djr until t'rlday tbo
21th day of July A. V. 1871.
TBI DAY, JULY 24TH 1874
Whereas tbe Hoard is of opinion that
many orrorr, Irregularitits and inequal
ities exist in tho asressod value of real
estate in tho city of Cairo, and iu town
ship sovenloon (17) south, and In rsngo
ono (1) west, of the third P.M., fot tho
.yaar A. I). 1871, und whereas tbo Hoard
has fully nnd thoroughly considered said
assessment, and caused duo notice to bo
sorved on . I partios owing or represent
ing real estate, of the Intention 'of said
Hoard to raise tholr roipoctlvoa'Bessmonts
to. the amounts in said notices spscillod,
and whereas no good aud sufficient cause,
bas boon shown why tlwsald assortments
should not be raised as aforesaid, it Is
thoroforo jgdorcd that tho t'lessod value
of lots in tue city or Cairo, and additions
thereto, and of lsnds in township (17,)
suolh in rango one (1) west, cf tho 3d P. M.
bo raised according to the valuo set out In
tho corrected total column of thu rsscssor's
book tir.said year, said column being
headed. "Tolal valuo as correotcd
by County Heard," and it is
further ordorod that tbo assessed valuo o!
lots and lands in said placos above men
tioncd, bo rodnced accordingvto tho valuo
set out on said column headed, "Total
valuq as corrected by County Baard" as
aforesaid. That the total assessed valuo
f proprty for 1871, bo raissd to tho sum
SATURDAY, ACOUST 1T, 1871.
On motion tho following bills wore al
lowed and orders to bo paid out of tbe
treasnry on orders drawn, viz:
John P. Hely, for survoying, otc.l 0 00
Thos. Wilson, commissioner, per
dlom .(j oo
Goo. Fisher, commissioner, por
dlom in 00
Jacob O, Lynch, commissioner por
dlom 75 00
Whereupon court adjourned until court
All tbo day boardort! in tho city can
bo accommodated at tho St. Charles
botol, with first-class board at second class
rates. 70 4-lQ-tf
Somethino New. Hucks Crystal
Urllllant with glass ovon doors. No oc
casion to havo burnt broad. Call and see
It at T. J. Kertu'h. 87-C19.tr
Hit. Williams, centist may bo found
in his Olllco sit auy timo; oxtracts tooth at
all hours day or night, Olllco nt 140
Commercial avenue, botwoen 8th and 9th
strcot. 45-8-1. 1m
Tub Uebt. Tho goneral verdict is
that T. K. Sullivan's soda water is the best
n tbo oily. Try It, No. 102 Commer
cial nvonuo, bolwoon Ninth and Tenth
CanhI CanxI Canh I Quarts, one dol
lar por dozen ; half gallons, onu fifty
pr dozen ; made of best material and
grooved seams; at Henderson's, 190 Com
mercial avonuo. . fiU.8-8.Un
Hnnorer coijecgc, nnoor, inilinrn
KXTtell begins Septumbor 0th, 1871.
Tn'o full courses, classical uinl scientific;"
wiih prepalory department, A'ull faculty.
Tuition free. Hoarding as low us elsowhero,
For lnionnaUon er catalogups apply to Hev
Q.C. lLEClfMAN, D. D. President.
V .COMMERCIAL-. (
C.WR1, Il.LlNOlH, 1
lonilny Evening, Aug. 27, lb7l j
This section was vlsllol to-day by a
steady soaking rjn that commenced In
tho nlgbt, nnd lasted nearly nil dayi It
was tho Crst rain of any conscquonco that
wo, In Cairo, havo said for months, and
was hilled nr, "find scrd" by, wo foci
saleln faylig, tvorybidy Including tho
water-carriers whoso hsrvos'. ondi with
Wo havo no cbungo to nolo In tbo li nr-
kel his woek. Tho old slock nf eggs has
been sold or thrown away and, tbnro are
nono of any kind, gotil or bad In mnrkot
Obu- ititliir Ij In iluinnml nml scatce,
medium t r 20c butter It plenty nnd slow
Coin nnd oats uro quiet but llrm, nnd
tho samo may bo said of Hour nnd incitl.
llalos nro It'ady and unchanged.
fxlfOar friends slmuld lnr In mind
that the prices hero glvmi nro usually for
siletirom first hands In round lot. In
filling orders aud ir brokmi lots It Is
necessary to charge nn advance Ovor tbeio
Thero U no change In tho condition of
tho market. 1'rlcn rule lower than has
bien known for yotrs, I'lm demand Is
small, nt presont, but doalers aro bopntul
that a lively Ml trado will soon sot In
W.i nolo sales of 300 bbls various grades
Si to 7 00; 300 bt.ls vaiious graucs,
3 CO lo 6 f.Q; 100 bbls 1's.noj, 0 20; 100
bblschoico XXX, fi 10; 300 lbl various
gmdus, -I to C 9; 130 blls arh.U4 gradis,
1 CO to 7 00.
Tho demand Is good for choice timothy
A nricot raniting from 17 00 to 10 00,
and from 1 1 00 to 10 00. P.scoipts nro light
and the surply offering Is email. Sales
delivered woro 'i cars strictly cholco tim
othy, 10 00 ; 2 car chol'.o timothy, 17 CO j
2 cars choico mixed, 10 00 ; 2 cars mixed,
Prices hold firm and unchaneed, but tie
demand Is very small for r.ny kind. Very
1 1 til o ciimos iu so thero is no danger of an
accumulation of stocks. Miles delivered
Wiifo 100 sicks mixed In burlaps, 7Jc; 1
cir white in sacks, 81c; (.cars mixed in
ratks, 7Sc; 2 cars chulce mixed in htavy
svjks, 77c, 1 car mixed In tacks, 72a.
The demand is small and market quiet
Transactions nto llmltel but prlcol hold
firm anl unchanged. Wo nota iilou of
cars In sicks delivered, 18c; 1 enr in bulk
on track, -I3c; 2 cars In sacks ilelivor8d(
49c; 1 car In sacks delivorod, Oe; 1 car
white in sacks dallveroJ, 50c.
Holders aro firm nt 3 46.3 SO, and nrn
unwilling to make concession, cons.t
quontly salus aru light and slow. Wu
note sales (if 2 u.irs IC 11 dolivorwi, 3 15;
300 bbls K I) doliverod, 3 SO; 1 ear S I)
dolivoreo, 3 60.
(Juiet and dull, nliboutchiiiignin pries,
Quoted IS 09 in car load lots but mo;',
sulos nro in small lots f.'om store.
1 car soil in bulk, 70c.
'J cars Mediterranean told it; Ojj in
Thero Is u largo lot ol common butter
offering that will no', bring more than
'J0c, but choice northern is searco nnd in
demand at "6 to 2"c. Wo mtto salo of
300 lln common to choico northern, 20 to
l5c; liUO lbs choice northern, UGc; 3W lbs
choico northern, 27c; 0 pkgs medium, 20
23; .100 lbs common northorn, 20o; 200
Un choico Sjuth-jrn Illinois, 2Jc
Thuro is nono coming In and nouu iu
market. Tbo demand It umall nnd only
choico fresh Jggs nro wauled. Sales woro
203 dozen sold at c; 8 package, i?CiiOo.
Tbo poultry market displays n fair do
gree of activity and receipts aro nil taken
on arrival. Prices continue unchanged.
Sales woro -1 coops young, 'i'i 25 ; 2
coops old, 3 00 ; 40 dozen young nrd old,
2 to 3 00.
Thero is vory Httlo doing in fruit this
wook, nnd thnt Httlo Is confined to peaches
and grapos, choico peaches llnd roudy talu
at COa por box. Sales woro 12 boxes
peaches, 3Co; 10 boxes poaches, 40o; 12
baies pescbes, SOc; DO boxes peaches, 40
20c; CO boxes grapes. 4 to Cc.
Thore is uono In market, nnd ordo't for
smoked moat, und moss pork aro difficult
to fill. Wo noto sales of 0 caks closr
sides, 1IJ15; 2 casks shoulder, 110111;
1000 His canvassed K C haniM, 1718; O0U
lbs rolliioi lard in bbls, 10J
Htham Attn Gah Fittiku. N'owliitid
& liennlo havd onleroil into a co-partnership,
and havo oponod a shop on Comraer
cial nvonuo, next door to Perry Power's
livory stable. They nro now Rudy to do
all kinds of S'.oam iu.il Gas Fitting,
Hrivo-Woll AVork and Plumbing. Spcclul
attention paid to repairing pumps. Thoy
solicit n sliuro of public patronugo, and
guarantoo tholr work to bo wt'.l dono.
The oartjor mop is on ,no rornor ot
Eighth stroot and Commercial nvonuo
whoro J. Goorgo Htionhouso with his gen
tlemanly assistants can bo found nt nny
hour of tbo dnv or night, ready to sootho
your foullngs with a smooth slmvo, or coo
your tomper and houd with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, nnd you aro
sum of rucolving first-elms trontmont
Ladles' aud children's hnir cut or curled
ftirtlio most npprovedstv 8-10-t
Wasiunoion Hakkry. Mr. Joseph
Kunekor has taken clmrgo of this well
known establishment, nnd will, un and
alter to-day, bo nblo to supply tho
publlo Jwith choico broad, including
Hoston, Drown and Grnbnm bread, besides
cakes und confcctionitrles ,of overy do
scription. Hoing an nxperienced anil
skilful baker, Mr. ltonokor will not fail to
satisfy all who p.ifronizo him. 140
Washington nvonuo. :j8-7-2-lm
For Sale. V00 aozon ono quart Irult
cans at $1 per dozon ; half gallon cans nt
$1 CO por dozon, all of good tin with
grooved scams, manufactured nnd for silo
by A. llalloy, 108 Wnthlngton nvcnuo,
near Tnnlh slrnot. 82-7-17-lm
Wheiras, on tlio 27lliday of ,1anuary,1874,
llith Illy und Harah Illy, his wire, did ex
ecute and on the SMli day of January, 1874,
diil iicknowletlgonnil deliver to tho under
signed, tholr cerlaln mntrgngo deed, and did
therthv bargain, aril, roieum and i-iincy
to ibo'iindcrslgncil tlio following tlest rlbod
lot td ground In tho City of .Jalro, futility
of Alox'aiider ami stall- of llllrols, In-vtlt,
lot iinmbeied twenty-nine (2!'), In block
iiiiiiiliertHl forty-lour (44), together wills nil
the prli lieges and npptirtciiaiu.es to tbo
fame belonging or ppeitalnlii', and did
llieicliy releaku and hUh all iluht und
iiinlirn.nl bv irttiu of the honit-
li-nl i ki'inlillou laws id hip Milium it mots
n .cTiii'i. tbii imviiirtit ot to note, each
for tho sum or ellity-ono dollars, b arlng
ovcmlali' with ssld inortirng' nnd oarli pay
ablo to lho tinier of Zachailah 1), .Mitthuss
in thirty days nml nine months alter iiic,it
pcetlvi ly with ten Per cent. Interest.
Ami wlicroa, mid inorlgJgo provides that
In cam of default In lho palueiil of cither
nf slid not or any part thereof, tho whole
stun so secured shall nt;tho option ol Mm
undci'rlguiil liccomo utie iiuti payaoio
and the said morlgaged premise))
may be sold lu tbe mnltlior, and upon (jlMinj
liotir c ns In slid mnrigiiKO specillcd, nlitl
wliuiea", tieiaiill una iiecu maut' lor inoro
Ihim tin days, In the p.ijmcut of a poillou
of said sum so secured, now llierelorc, by
Irtuu or the power in r.aw
morlirngc contained, I will nu
the 7tb Iay r .Septtmber, JK74, at tbo
hour of 2 ircloil., p.m., at tlio iront unor oi
ihn'rniirt hntisc.lii said Citv of Cairo, lojnlv
Of AloxaniliTiiinl state of Illinois, iHi.r for
alo at nn i lo enilui. to the IilirlitslJddiK r
fur cash, lot liiimln rcd twenty-nine (20) in
Moik numberrd ruity.four (II ,
hcrotoforo di orllicd, und will
cxi'ciito and deliver to the pup
cba'er a deed therefore. Jltted August 2ltli,
1871. .At'HARIAIl I). .MATlllhM,
b'alniii l P. Wheeler, Mortgagee.
Att'y for Mortgsgcc.
It. W. MI I.I.Kit, Proldont, C
.1. M. l'llll, I, II', Vice Prisltlent,
CHAS. CU.VMMillAM, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PllOMPTLV MADE
K."CHANK,enln,lHinknitc t Id I nlte 1
.Slates securities bought and old.
Ink1 rest nllmwil on time (k-polt.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. I'. 1IALI.IDAV. President;
HUSKY L. IIAI.I.IDAV, Vice Presides.
A. II. sAFI'llitli, Cu-hler;
WAl.TKIl HYdi.Ol', Arsl.tant Cashier.
STAATSTAYIiII, It. II. rt'.VNINIillAM
fl. I.. IfAI.I.IItAV, W. P. Il.tl.l.ll.AV.
(1. D. WILLIAMSON, .SllIMU.N lllllli,
A. II. riAl-rOUD.
ExchiiiiKP, Coin nml rnllctr. SlnlcH
llonds lluughl und .Sold.
DEPOSITS rocivtil;nnd a general banking
HNTKItlMlLSK KAVINUS HANK
CIIAUTEHEI) .MAUCH ill, ISIS!).
CITY NATIONAL 1IAN K, OAlllO
A. II. SAVKOIII), I'nsldcnt ;
. S. TAVI.Olt, Vlci-l'rvsidunt
II. H YSI.OP, becretary and Tieasurrr.
P. M. IlAllCLAY, CHAS.GALir.llKI!,
r. M. Stockklktii, Paul (1. .scm 11,
It. 11. Cl'.NNI.Ndll.tM, 11. L. IlAI.LIDAY,
.1. .M. PillLLll :!.
INTIJllliST jiald on doposlts at tbo rafo
of six per cunt, jier annum, .March IsUaiid
September 1st, Interest not withdrawn Is
lidded Immediately to tho principal of tho
deposits, thereby giving them compound
MARRIED WOUtK AND miLIIIlEN MAY
DKI-OSIT MONEY AND NO ONE ELBE
CAN DRAW IT.
Open every business day from ll u. 111, to :i
p. m,, and Sntir.'tlay evenings lor ravings de
posits on!, irom i) to 8 o'clock.
W. HVSl.OP, Treasurer.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OP ALL KINDS, HARP A.N1J BOFT,"
Keep constantly on bund
Mill and Yard,
Connor 34th Stroot
nml Ohio Lovco.
WALL & ENT,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH,
POPLAlt.OAK, UYPllUH, ASH, GUM
AND COTTONWOOD, H UK
FA OED LUMUEll.
GUESSED PINE, ASH AND POP.
LAll PLOOIUNG. OEILNG AND
I3roillco at saw mill on corner of 'J'ivmi
ly. second btrcct and Ohio Lcvoo,