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CAIRO DAIJjY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1872.
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UMTf Ml! trlB.i"y . 1:40 p.m.
Esprett, daily Its an
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hi. Louis. No
iilbmoV"i Uom Cairo to Chicago.
linwituj Rootn sleeping ctr. on mm "'"
IWMi cheeked to all import"' ""
"CAIRO AND mTJUNFCITY
Will make three trips daily.
At 8:30-... a.m.
At 1:.to........... p
At t..... p.m.
. ff.r.ieh way, cenlti to lltKeis ior u
ffSFtofi. 7 good
?Ji .JiJDuinienor freight. nortltf.
The splendid steamer
Ben. Howard Capt.
Leaes Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at 4
.at. For frelhtor passage apply on board or
Uailf JAjTBIOftt, Ag't.
Pill NICI ANSI.
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
FFICE Over M. J. McGaulej'a drug more,
Bear corner wmmercisi avenue anu E.igri
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
ESIDENCE No. 21 Thirteenlh street, be.
tweea wssningion aienueanu wainui atreel.
lUComnierciaiatenue, up ataira.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
OF-SIDKSCE-corner.Vinth and Walnut ata,
UiOffice corner Sixth street and Ohio levee.
Office hours from 6 a.m. to 12 m., and 0 p.m
II. WARDNKR, M. D.
SESIDENCK Corner MneUenth street and
Washington avenue, near court house. Of
oter the postoffice. Office houra 10 to 12
a. in. and 2 to 4 p.m. lanlClf.
Our Home Advertisers.
On the 15th ilar of last month, Datld Smith, a
man about Arc feet tlx Inches in heicht. .Mack
iisirand t ue ever, one or wn en la a isnur
fectlTe. clean shaven fhea last seer, aboil 20
tears old. kidnapped a female child three years
old, Irom near Blandvllle. Ilallard county. Ken.
lucky. The child Is small for Ita age and de l
cate In appearance, black eye, and heal thinly
entered with light hair, and answjra to the name,
of Dorenda Smith. The child always spoke of
hersell as " Dody " It It aupposed the Bmlth
Sicken" look the child l.to the Mate of Mia.
.niiri Ta any person who will recoter and take
her back to lifanJr'lle, and leate her In the
r Arct of Mr. John Nlckols, lawyer, the above re.
w.n7wll!bepid. ZACHARIAII RAY.
mandrill. June0. ,8'4-
FOURTH OF JULY!
ROUGH and READY
The uaderrisneil. Joint Committee of Arrange
ments ot the above named Fire Companies, beg
leate to Inform the peopio ommiio ana vicinity,
that I net hate made arraugemenla for CKI.K,.
nn .ti Tllf v I'rinVU intifuniv IU
uaaii.m, lilt. ..rt.iv..? iiiitiuiini i.i
than It has eter been celebrated In Southern II
llnols. For the purpose of making the ntfalr a
success and furnishing means oi entertainment
to all, they have spared neither time, labor nor
The celebration will icgln on the morning of
"THE FOURTH," WITn A OKANt)
With Apparatus through the principal
streets of the City.
The procession will he bended by the
CAIRO SILVER CORNKT HAND
and will be under the direction of
Mayoh Lanbden, ah Grand Marshal,
ol the day, assisted by Jas. 8. Hwatni, Assistant
.limei engineer or ine nro department.
Immediately after the Parade the Uoat will leave
FOR THE PIC-NIC GROUNDS,
in the Shady Grove of Kentucky opposite Twen
tieth street. Kvcrv provision will be made to
render the Pic-nio F1IW l'.CI.AS3 In every respect
ICE! ICE 1 1 ICE!!!
From Wodnesday May hi, tho Ice
wagon will canvaii the city, to contlnuo
during tho summer months. None but
puro northern .lake ce will bo dollvorod.
IIusk, Looms, & Co.
That tho choicest butter It at Louli Jor
genen'. Only 30 centi per pound. 24tf
Having refurnlihcd thl well known
and popular boarding home, on Sixth
atrcot, near tho post office, tho proprlo
trcii would Inform tho public that she
it prepared to accommodalo tho public
with flrat'cla bonrd and well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason
able terms. Amplo preparations have
been made to accommodate an unlimited
numbor of day boarders. Patronage so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Oaffney.
A FINE riASO TO HE UAFFI.EII AT mil-
ETTO ACAHF.MY rOR ONE DOLLAR A
A year ago the sisters commonccd to cir
culate prize tickets for this piano, hut
owing to slow sales, they have been
obliged to put off tho rafllo up to tho pres
ent. They hope soon to dispose or enough
tickots to Justify tbem in parting with tho
instrument. Tho rafllo will tako place
not later than the first of August. A now
and swect-toned plnaol Take a chance,
everybody, by all means.
BUTTER! BUTTER ! BUTTER!
Hcautiful golden butter, in small pack
ages, at 27 cents nt Louis Jorgcnsen's.
REFRESH ME NTS
of every description will bo on the grounds, and
iispenseo oynnaoie ami attentive enerera. run
arrangements win tie mane ior
D A N C I IT a- ,
nad for this purpose the Committee lutve engng
vu cisenoerK nceieuraieu ntaiKQ hand.
The Declaration of Independence
will he readbv Hon. J. II. Oberlr.and annrnnrl.
ate speeches will be delivered by eminent apeak-
rn, win uo inieriuaei ny select musin ny rno u
ter kernel nHna.
The day's entertainment will conclude with
A GRAND BALL
In the Evening at
"Washington Hall and Garden,
under the direct management of thebeit Terpsi-
uuuitrau utivui in wig rire if)"Hrimeni
Several Fire Comrmnles from abroad hate been
Invited, and will prnbab y be present.
In conclusion, and on behalf of the above
named Fire Companies, the Committee resnwt.
tully invite the people ol Cairo and surroun.ilng
country to particinite in the festivities, and thus
The Illinois Central Rail Road Comptny now
otter for sale the following described Iota In Firs
Addition to the City of Cairo, vis :
Lot 27 block 20. Lot 24 block 82,
" 18 " 20, " 27 " i,
0 " M, " 2H " 82,
I' U 82, " 31 " 82,
a 82, " 32 82.
orterms.ele. apply to JAMES JOHNSON,
T. H. E11U, proprietor, corner 7th street
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared to accotnmodato tho public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lower
rates than any other Qrst-class house in
tho city. Tho rooms are all well fur
nished, light and airy, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. Tho houso is located in the cen
ter of tho business part of tho
one square of tho post office.
PahllMtloa MM, BMlletla BalMta,
Tho canvassers for tho Cairo Citt Di
rectory completed their work sovoral
months ago, but we have been delayed In
tho publication of tbo work by many
causes. We have put into our establish
ment 8TIAU, and VERY EXTENSIVE NEW
presses a Cottrell & Babcock four
roller cyllndor press, a half.medlum Unl
versal, a Gordon and a Liberty, besides a
great variety of netc type.
Theso changes in tho olllco have occu
pied all ourtimo and attention for months,
but wo havo now leisure to dovoto to tho
Directory which is in the hands n the
This will bo mado one of Hie finest di
rectories over Issued In the "West will
me FRINTED in coloro, and In every way
bo a specimen of typography that wo
know we shall have reason to bo proud of.
The edition will be large, and will leavo
the binder's hands in about stx weeks.
Any ndvertlscr who desires to make
changes in his advertisements, may do so
through tho mail, or by sending instruc
lions to thts office.
We hopo tho public may avail them
selves of this opportunity to patronize u
Cairo entkri-kisk that rlchlv deserves
The rain yesterday was a fine one.
The County Court adjourned yester
"We are indebted to Rev. Mr. Coan for
New York papers of lalo date.
assist in making the affair agraid success
wnrmyoi mecver glorious. rotir'il.
TICKET! roa thr PIC NIC W
Children accompanied by their parents, free.
!. J. Howleir,
"Wk havo received a card of Invitation
to a crand barbecuo at Doal't Grove.
Charleston, Mo- on tho 24th instant.
The barbecue is a Joint celebration of the
Masons, odd Follows, Good Templars,
Sunday sohools and citizens of Charleston
and vicinity, and promises to be a grand
affair. Tho St. Louis and Iron Mountain
railroad It is cxpoctcd will furnish tickets
at reduced rates and a special train will
run from Greenfield's landing, opposlto
this city, on tho Cairo and Fulton road.
Arrangements aro being mado to accom
modate ono thousand poople. Tho bill of
fare Is to bo an oxtra one. Tickets for
adults will bo fifty cents and for children
twonty.fi ve cents. Music will be furnished
by tho Charleston Cornet band and the
affair is to close with a grand dance In tho
"We jubliih In anothecolumn the clr
cular of Professor Bateman, state luporln
tondanl of public Instruction, in refcronco
to tho 60lh section of tho Now school law
which provides that no teacher shall bo
authorized to teach a common school who
Is not qualified to teach "tho elcmonU of
tho natural sciences, physiology and laws
of health." Prof. Bateman designates
botany, zoology and natural philosophy
or the natural sciences, henco all teachers
who oxpoctto recelvo certificates of their
qualifications as teachers undor tho now
law, and who aro not already acquainted
with these branches of education, will
havo to study tho elomcnls of the throe
abovo named Defences, in addition to those
of physiology and tho laws of health. Tho
law provides, we bcliove, that county su
perintondenU may, on the request of school
directors, grant certificates to teachers
who.'o qualifications otherwise moro than
compcniato for a lack of knowledge of
Illinois Ccntsii. R. U. Co. Aot'h Orrtcr, 1
Ciao, May 31st, 1S72. f
To persons wishing to attend the Na
tional Sacngcrfest, to bo held at St.
Louis, from Juno 12th to Juno ICth, 1872,
we will sell excursion tickets to St. Louis
and return, together with a ticket of ad.
mission to the Saengerfest, at eight dol
lars and twenty cents each, for tho round
trip. Tho sale of tickets will commence
Juno 10th and be discontinued June 14th.
Tickets good for the return trip until
Juno 18th, inclusive.
James Johnson, Agent.
Jos. Jf. Velrun.
H. T. Martin,
Rest in the Unltfcd Stales. Water Coolers, Toilet
setts, 1 X L Freezers, Hltt and bponue llaths,
v-ages, ura, Copper and Enamelled Ware. Hrlt.
ania anU planished Ware, Japanned Ware of
etery description, ami a a general assortment o'
Among others 1 keep the justly celebrated
J. J. Anderson & Co., gas fitters, CI
Ohio Levee, over Lonergan & Cunning
hams, feed store, do all kinds of steam anp
gus fitting cheaper than tho cheapest, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction in evory in
stance. Ifthoy do not plcoso thoy will
not chargo. Uivo them n trial. Thoy
know their business perfectly. Remember
the pluco, CI Ohio Levee. o31
Hon. John M. Ckehh receives our
thanks for Washington papers.
Judge Mearchulden says Greeley Is
all tho "go" in his part of the county.
The wind, though not high, was con
stant yesterday and kept things stirring,
in doors as woll as out.
The fit ruw berry s have nearly disap
peared from tho market stands. Tho sea
son has been very short, but not re
Good family flour is soiling In this city at
$11 00 a barrel. Bread in Cairo, is not
only tho staff of life, but it is gold-headed.
The elovated sidewalks in tho city are
being re-banistered, which is a very com
mendable act on tho part of the city officials.
To Ice Cream Eaters. Dan Carnes is
prepared to furnish the very best article
of ice cream in large or small quantities
on reasonable terms, at Louis Lasano's old
stand on Commercial avenuo between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. Al
so, attached to his ice cream saloon will be
found tho very choicest of wines, liquors
und cigars. Come ono and all and patron-
l7.ii Dun. C-31 1 in
It is useleis to mention their superior nusllties
as they speak lor themselves throughout the
I manufacture everything in Tin, Kheet Iron, and
Cornier wart, mil ill ttt vi.r. Iu.i i.i..ui i
hate no hesltatlnii in stating that I hsve a Urger
...... i-in,.!.-,.. nuruiii'iu m koo.ih men
tinneil. than ran tin fnnml in iliunim
Country dealer, will find It to their Interest to
call and examine before iitirchitslnirelaowlieri..
-ui.juik, iiumu KuiicriHg. ami an outsiite vtoik
promptly aiienueu to. 1). W. HENDERSON,
b -ii inu comiiifrcl.il menue Cairo. III.
HnHS ) J
'Six and one-hulf
pounds Durant's A CofVeo Su
gar for Ono Dollar; Eight
pounds New Orleans Sunar for
One Dollar: Four lbs. Prime
Rio Cfcffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound : Best Gun-
SowderTea, One Dollar arid
eventy.flve Cents per pound ;
ZounJf Hyon and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev-
Cairo, III., Muy 1C, 1872,
Wo, the undersigned barbers, in tho
city of Cairo hereby mutually agree ond
pledge ourselves that on and after Sun
day, June 2d, 1872, we will keep our
Isarrer Shops closed on Sunday
dukinu the entire day, and will not
do any harboring business of whatever
kinu or description on Unit day.
K rheolKild, George Wise,
4 ..' . Robert Munroo
,chbaclli 0. Alba,
ll.feciilck, Gust. Hcln,
J.Geo. Stolnhouse, F. Slichor,
Win. Schick, Robert Hcdford,
1). Lamport, Charles Anderson
John Bedford, JUU'. Brown,
Edward Braxton, Davo Tvlor.
Wm. Curtis. " ji,
Fred. Blankenueru has engaged a
new pianist, an accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from tho old coun
try. He is a very lino performer und
Fred's Is a lino instrument: conscoucntlv,
tho music of tho Excelsior, like its liquors
anU cigars, is not oxcolled In tho west
Go and listen to the music and try some of
r reu cool uUs bcor. S-23 tf
To cook kice without
Burnett's cooking vpiscl.
To iiuoiL hteak chop orcutlets presorv-
"B mi uio juice, weight and improving
the flavor. Broil In Burn:, s cooking
To cook veqktaiiles In less tlmo und
with less tiro than generally requtrod.
use nurnetts steam cookln
good for any und all purposes.
"W. J. BUKNETT,
Thornton's Block, Cairo, Ills.
Magnolia Ladles' Slippers at Elliott
Haythorn's, just received. tf.
Ick Cream has become tho Institution
of tho season, and Phil Saup's the most
popular in tho city. His saloon has bo
come, in fact, ico cream hcadqmirtors, and
It is not tho fushion to cat tho luxury any-
wlicro else. It U kept with scrupulous
caro, is neot and tidy, und tho prosonco of
no questionable characters is permitted in
it. .Mr, Satip has, also, nlwuys on hand
frosh cukes of nil kinds, candles, notions,
toys, ivc, and deserves a continuation and
an incrouso of tho popular favor in which
his ci-tiihlishmont is held. (V7dtf
Put Fltzg orald, of tho samplo room
hus recolvcd tho appointment of agent for
tho sule of tho Hummondsport, N. Y., Ur
batia Wino Company's wines in this city
If tho bottlo with which wo have been
favored Is a samplo of tho quality of
tlioso wines, then wo are prepared to say
that they aro among tho host wo havo evur
tasted. Ho has just received a largo con
signment, which ha is prepared to soli at
the lowest figures. Uo has also on hund a
largo mid coiupleto stock of tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch and Amorlcan
whiskies, and wines of every variety
nliidtf ' '
Try the ExcELs.ou.-Tho.o who In
dulgo themselves in luxuries such as St
Louis Lugor Boor, Cocktails, Gin sllriir.'
rich Wnes and Ico cold Lumonad... n
swootenod with finest piano music, should
call on Fred. Blaiikenhorg.g. Ho has the
coolest, quietest and finest saloon In the
west. Ho has also a fine billiard table for
tho use of his guostsjtnd.hls cigars cannot
be excelled. 5-10dlm
Weiss beer constantly on band at the
ThulU saloon. C-21dlf
Coopers Wanted. Four coopers, who
can make tight work, can find steady em
ployment, at good wuges, by applying at
J. Benj. Moorcroft's, Thebes, Alexander
county, Ills. C-8d3w.
There will be served at the St. Nicho
las saloon to-night u lunch free to all, the
crowning dish of which will bo Walker's
fumous genuine turtle soup.
The Girl wants to know what the
Lady gave her to couk that she could not
cook. Anyway, precious little she had
to cook. C-8d3w.
"Wm. Hicks, who lately deliberately
murdered his own brother in Union coun
ty, was arrested a few days ago at Littlo
Itock, and yesterday passed through
Cairo en route for the jail ut Jonesboro.
He will, as he should, hang. This habit
of killing should be checked by tho ap
plication ot hemp.
"We aro sorry to leurn that a serious
accident oocurrod to tho littlo sun of May
or Lanwlcn, on Thursday ufternoon. The
little fellow, aged abont three years, was
walking along tho insldo top cross-piece of
the fence ut Mr. Lansdun's residence
whon he fell and broke his hip bone. "Wo
hopo the recovery of the little Blondin
may be speedy and entire.
That tho administration hus blundered
shamefully in tho Geneva matter no ono
pretends to deny. It is very honest in tho
frionds of Grant to acknowledge it, but
tueir canuor gots them no capital if they
turn immediately around und sacrifice
poor lish as an expiation. Tho rumor
comes that the administration's skirts aro
to bo cleaned by scraping him off. That
would be cruel. Tho poor old fellow it
not half to stupid a blunderer at the Lett
oi thoso that would bo left. A thorobgb
Bweop is ttio only cure. Courier Journal,
Police Court. Jerry Means, arretted
by J. C. Lahuc, wus lined by Squire Shan-
ncisy a and costs for drunkenness. Six
days in jail.
James Wallace, for same offense, was
lined $3 etc. Six days In Jail.
David McKelvcy, dead drunk, fined $2
Three gentlemen, whoso names wo do
not wish to publish In this connection,
wore arrcstod for Indulging in tho pugills
tlo art. Ono paid a ton dollar flno for
tho innocont amusement ond tho other
two $5 each. For shamo, boys.
Tho abovo woro arrested by Martin and
Louis Blatau'h saloon deserves tho
popularity into which it has urown. It
has boon vory handsomely fitted up, and
is so comfortable that It is a pleasure
whllo away a spare hour thoro, The bar
is supplied with all kinds of fine liquors
and wines, and with tho best of Frosh
Lager Beor, and "Weiss Beer tout in delic
loumots cannot bo excelled. A lunch,
free to patrons, is spread every day, and
an article of SwelUer Cheese, the best In
the market, Is always on band. Mr.
UlaUtau Invites tho tmlilln in Iilm a
call, on Eighth street, between Commer
cial avenue and Ohio Levee, opposite the
lu"9 uouse, in Rlzer'slbulldlng.
Stcamor Grand Tower, St. Louis.
11 Mohawk; N. Orleans.
" Kate Kinny, Louisville.
" Idlowild, Evansvllle.
" Hello Lee, Jacksonport.
Coal Hill. St. Louis.
" John Kyle, "
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
Steamer Grand Towor, Memphis.
" Mohawk, St. Louis.
" Kate Klnny, N. Orleans.
" Idlewild, Evansvllle.
" IBelloLee, laid up.
" Coal Hill, St.;Loul.
" John Kylo, N. Orleans.
" Jim Fisk Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
DIG UVPDT COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Bokke, Gen'l. Supt
Sales Agent 3-16-ly,
1I0ATB TO LEAVE.
BOATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tho flno and fast passenger steamer Poto
mac leaves for New Or leans and way land
ings this day at 6 p.m.
The excellent Belle Memphis is the regu
lar 'packet for Memphis, leaving at b
o'clock this evening without fall.
The good steamer Belle St. Louis Is the
tho regular packet for St. Louis to-day.
Tho nice passengor packet Rock Island
is tho regular packet leaving for Cincin
nati and all intermediate points on the
Tho splendid Arkansas Belle is tho boat
leaving for Evansvillo and intermediate
Tho gallant Jim Fisk, Jr. is tho 4 o'clock
packet for Paducuh.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Tho Ohio at this point was on a stand
yesterday, with a tendency to fall, which
it is probably doing this morning,
lleavy ruin ut Pittsburg which may rise
the Monongahela some. At Cincinnati
and Louisville, the rise in the Ohio con
tinues, with over 0 feet In the canal.
Tho Cumberland river is still falling,
with only 2 feet on narpcth Shoals. Tho
declino in tho Arkunsas river is steady,
with 20 feet in the channel. The Mis
sissippi is still fulling, with a fair channol
to this port.
IIUSINXhH AND WEATHER.
Business was comparatively good, con
sidering tho small number of arrivals and
departures. Considerable freight on hand
and tonnage wanted,
Tho weather was warm and showory.
Tho Kato Klnny had her guards in tho
water and had to refuse freight. She took
a few coops poultry from here.
Tho Idlowild arrived with a slim trip.
The Mohawk had a tow of barges for
The Coal Hill had a tow of iron ore for
the Ohio river.
Tho iJ,llo !;, "chokes a tree." She
arrival from White river, flying light,
and hat gone above the elevator and laid
up for the present. In tho meantime her
hold will U well salted, and the boat put
In tplended condition for next season.
A cat flth tald to have weighed ICO
pounds was caught in tho Ohio, opposite
the city Thursday, by sorno fishermen
This is the !arget flth within our recol
lection ever caught around here.
Jack Anderson It now ono of the pilots
on tho transfer Illinois.
Tho C. li. Church has gonu to Evans
villo to load.
The John Kylo passed down without
landing, and appeared to havo a good load'
Sho had a numbor of soldiers on board,
City NntlOBiti Bank Building.
Special attention paid to orders Irom steam
oats night or dav.
THE LITTLE KENTUUKIAN,
No. 68 Ohio levoo, Is the place whoror
moy aeopipeiresnestnsh and game, and
the finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found in the city. Dinner only twenty
Ave cents. Open day and night, at all
hours. J, E. Park, Proprietor.
Thursday Evening, June (, 112.
Tbo market during tho week has lacked
tho activity which hat characterized it for
some time past. Flour li dull and prices
easier. Corn is more nulet and weaker
than last repdrtod. Oats also ate dull and
weak. Hay Is quiet and transactions
All kinds of country produce are plen
ty and sales aro slow.
The weather has been pleasant, but to
night Indicates rain.
The rates of freight to Memphis have
been changed. A reduction of 6c. per
bbl. on Flour, Potatoos and Apples, $2,00
per ton on Hay, and an advanco of 20c.
per bbl. on Pork and 10c. per bbl. on
FLOUR. Is dull and prices rule
easier than last quoted. Sales reported
470 bbls. Various Grados....$7 00$11 00
100 " XXX dol 8 00
CORN. The market Is not quito so ac-
tlvo and rather weaker at quotations
10 cars White, in sacks, del C5c
! " Mixed " i ,C0c
0 " " 69c
6 " White, in bulk on track 65c
OATS.-Gencrally dull and quiet with
downward tendency. Sales reported
2 cars, del
2 " on orders del
2 cars In sacks, del, on orders.,..
2 " in bulk, on track
7 " Southern III, bulk on
HAY. Tho demand continues light
and transactions limited. Wo quoto sales
of tne week as follows
2 cars Prairie, del $17 00
2 Mixed " 22 00
!i ' Timothy " 20 00(3,24 00
BUTTER. The market is flat. We
quoto sales of choice grades at 15c17c,
whllo thoro Is no tale at all for poor qual
ities. Sales woro
.15 palls Choice 20c
EGGS. Plenty and dull, prices rub
ing as last quoted. Sales were
100 dozen 12
CHICKENS. Tho market is well sup
plied and dull. Sales wcro
C2 dozen, Old $.1 Mfyi 00
20 " oung 1 60
MEAL. The demand continues good
ami the market is flrrn at former quota
lions. Sales were
M0 bbls. City Steam Dried... 10(u,3 20
ao " " "del. 3 10Q 15
7C " from store n 20(,1 25
PROVISIONS. Very dull. No sales
"Who cam resist the oyr. Th
Continental Life Insurance Company of
Vw TV.t rt.. vs. it.,.. -
New York issue Life Policies for S1.000
on any ago betweon 15 and 24, for 6 centi
day. W. F. Pitcher,
Gen'l. Agt. for Southern Ills.,
Go to Wm. Ehler's, on Twentieth
streot, for your flno custom made boots
and shoes. You can't do better. Try
Wm. Ehlefi.at hlsshopon Twentieth
street, opposlto the Court House hotel, is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of every
stylo and variety, warranted to glvo por-
fect satisfaction. He koeps gonulno Froncli
calf and gives his cuttomors all he prom-
Excellent Weiss beer at the Thalia.
Tho Arlington Garden, a dollehtful
placo of resort, is now ready for visitors,
Tents havo bocn spread on tbo green
sward, a high, closo fonco surrounds tho
garden, and ladies and gentlomen may
onjoy tho finest of Ico cream and tho cool
est of lemonade, freo from tho public gaze.
T. B. Ellis, Prop'r.
M. Burns, nronrictnr of tho Mechanics'
boarding house, corner Commercial and
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces
that ho is now keeping a Urst-clast hotel
and boarding houso for tho accommoda
tion of regulur boarders or trantiont
guests. He has accommodations for
eighty to one hundred peopio ; his tablo is
woll kept, his rooms light and airy, and V
not a bed in tho houso that has not either
a set of springs or a feather bed. 6-1 ra
Green A lb .7 to 7
ITll.A.I ., ......
flreen Calf ijlTb.lJUaU
cure. " " 14 to
Dry Flint..... ICc
Drv 8alt...... Viyi
Sheep pells e 25ceiic
Kanawha per bbl....2 25 1 Dairy per bbl....J
Imperial .....1 loto 1 40 1 Gunpoarder 1 00 to 1 40
Uolonc biacklUU to 1 SO I Toung Uva'n 1 1U to 1 40
Jara....... Vc to 32 I Laroavra. 24 to 27c
Rio, prime to choice utc. 27c
LaKD In tierces per lb..
In kegs " ...M
i to 9c
II AMH Sugar cured" canvassed. .uy.Mlii
" Country ' . "lutofi
Hnoulders baton " ........... eit
r.li&r.l.lu. II .. z
ualont and Pataletam.
Onions, per bbl 3 2i Potatoes, cho per bbl 3 ?i
ew tork Ltctory new , 14 tc. 1ft
Common House, per dot.,
Choice to Eitra '
11 to .&
It to IV:
14 to I'-i
70 to ton
;i...xs to y
,..-...3 00 to 3 7t
i OU 10 4 60
Beeswai natal Tallow i
Utetwax .. 301 Tallow.
cars tst Hjrrajpa,
SUGAR New Orleans prime to choice
Cntlee A... - ...
Crushed and Powdered-....
Ounnies,..lKf to 19: I Hurlaps
V IUC. , I Wit
i wine rial Hcoa I
M'l'et !!."!!! ...2 75 to 3 U)
Hungariai a TJtoJ 00
Timothy, per bushel 3 Oj
HKASDY llennessy per gal best 7 41
Signette " ,... 2 C4
WKNEI'ort 2fVto3 0t
hherry m 2 24 to 3 20
Catawl g t0
WHISKY Kectifled 81 to 1 t
Bourbon 3 oi
Rye j 7J
. Wheat new 1 en
nigh win...... :..z:zz::zz: l
l 'uttM I
To New York per bbl
To Boston lr bbl
r'rom Cairo to.
Flour, per bbi.
nay, per iuo ...
Corn, Per cwt.
OaU. barcwl ..
Potatota, per bl
ADDlet. ner bbl
Fork, per bbl
Whisky, ser bbl
2 IS) G OU'
From Cairo to
Coal Oil per r
Tobacco it r h
Cotton per bl
Best "Wel ss beor at tho Thalia. 6-21dt
Go to the Thalia for the best "Weiss
beer in town. s-21dtf
The Bulletin job printing is better
and cheaper than that of any office in
tho state of Illinois, "We mean what we
say. Co mo and too us I
City Comptroller's Office,
Cairo, Ills., June 3, 1872.
In accordance with a resolution of the
City Council, proposals will bo received
at tbo City Clerk's office until Friday
noon, June 7, for running garbage cart in
accordance with thecity ordinance relating
theroto. Said (proposals to be at so much
per month in city scrip.
E. A. Burnett,
0-4-4t ' Comptroller.
S. Walters, tho lumber merchant, has
tut returned from art extended tour
through Wisconsin and Michigan, wbero
ho purchased tho largest stock of Yellow
and "White Pine ever before brought to
Cairo, and largo supplies of all kinds of
building material used in this market
Mr. Walters mado his purchasos for cash
and can therefore, as be does, sell closer
than any dealer In St. Louis, Cincinnati
ioulsvillc, or any whoro else on tho riv
ers. His steamboat lumber Is of every va
riety, and his stock is very large, to which
fact ttio attontion of steamboat men Is
6gC. Hnnny wishes the
public to be informed that lie
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in tho
Southwest, and that he is de
termined to sell every article
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. Ho
will satisfy you both as to quaiy.
ty and cost.
li EAD "QUARTERS,
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.
130 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
! Dealers In
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
"W IBB OLOTH
for Window bcraent,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS,
&c, Ac, Ac.
CRADLES, &o., &c.
Also manufacturers of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Copper Ware.
Sole Agents far the oerated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric's Moveable Point Steel Plow
Gray' Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
SCANTLIN 4 COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS.
RICHARDS PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a sure cure for SBoklng ehlmnls 1.