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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1872.
Eipress.daily , "
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Cairo ann n. iul" .
'9 eh.nteofcrrr from Cairo to 8l- ''""j,' ,
eiM e'es; irom usiro to v,uims,".
irr)eg Koom sleeping cars on DfM trtn.
Riggst checked to all imporUnt points.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
NT RAM Tf.
Will make three trips daily,
At l:M ..... .a.in.
At ls30 p m.
At B - -.....-p.m.
. . . .. ...... r . . ni
rite each sy, n i " iiraem iui - v.
Will lud, wh.n hailed, at any good Intermediate
tniitilr pae nKers or frefaht. nor llf.
n'AUtO AND i'ADUCAH
The splendid steamer
l!r.K. Howard Capt.
Letts Cairo riAII.V, (Sunday excepted), at 4
. ra, For Irelnhtor paasaR applr onboard or
JAM alecs, Ag't.
1. S. HIXGIIAM, M. D.,
rOMEOPATHIC Physician ami Surgeon.
H Vice M Commercial avenue. Kcsliie nee on
Tenth street Ihree.doors west of C It. v oodward,
DR. J. U. SULLIVAN,
AFFICE Over M. J. McGaulcj'e drujj store,
7 our corner vmmerciai avmuo ami
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
IiESIDESCK No. 21 Thirteenth street, be.
JV tweeu Washington avenue and Walnut etrett,
Ufflce UlCotnmerclal avenue, up stnlrs.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
nESIDK.VCE-cornerNinth and Walnut sts
tVOthi-e coiner Mxlli street and Olilo Icree
Gftee hours from C a.m. to 1 J tn., and 9 p.m
H. WARDNKK, M. D.
RESIDENCE Corner Mnettcnth street nn.l
Washington arenue, near court house, Of.
tee over the postoffice. Otllce hour 10 lo 12
a.tn.snd2to4 p.m. jtnlMi".
Our ilome Advertisers.
P. G. SchulT
i i i
public notice l hereby Riven, that the linn ol
Robert Pints)' l this nay d'esolved lit mutual
corscnt, John If. K nlsy retiring from the bu.
ne.s. Charles I). Roberts n-innn all the lint.ill
tie!, ami l alone aiillioilreil to rec'lte motiMt
ilue ll firm. CIUKI.KS l. llOHKHTr".
JOHN Jl. KIM.AV.
COI'AHTNERSIMP. i he Dm dnr noclalnl
wllh ine Mual partner. K K Kohrln. Lie
nme and ..,Wo. 'SSl!1
snrlnalield. Iiln.. June ftlli, If72. C13:it
NEW LTVEllY STABLE
JIETtVEEN WASU'N AVF.NUK AND WALNUT.
Dr. )!. F. Fields Informs the public that he lm
i, i v k n r s t a n i. :,
en the noitliwPiit aide of Tenth !trce t a named
It ir Stahlex will be furnished with nono but the
AND CfOOI) VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at nil hour
of the day and night with sale tcsms on the LOW-
I)r Kicld nska a kIhip ol Miblic lialronnce.
and will endeavor to merit It by fair denhnx and
strict Mlcnlion to busines.
Debt "Wolii bcor at the Tlmllit. 62ldt
Go to tho Timlin for tho best Welti
bear in town. 5-2ldtf
Wkis beer constantly on hand at tho
Timlin saloon. 6-Jldtf
A SPI.ENDii) lot of Magnolia and Em
press Ladles' Sllppors at .Elliott & Hay.
horn's, Commercial avenue. tf.
Sl'NDAY, JUNE 10, 1872.
llENKFIZ Ft! Ell.
GU STAVE KLIXOSUll.lt.
AT SCllEEbV OAIIDES.
ICE! ICE 11 ICE!!!
From Wednesday May 1st, tho ico
wagon will canvass tho city, to continue
during tha summer months. None but
puro northern lnko co will bo delivered.
HUhE, Loom I?, & Co.
Who can resist thf. offer. Tho
Continental Lifo Insurahco Company of
Now York Issuo Lifo Policies for $1,000
on rfny ago betweon 15 and 24, for 0 cents
a day. W. F. I'itciikr,
Gen'l. Agt. for Southorn Ills.,
5-12 lm. Cairo.
J. J. Andkhho.v & Co., gas fitters, CI
Ohio Lovcp, over Lonorgan & Cunning-
hnms, feed store, do nil kinds of steam anp
gns fitting cheaper than tho cheapest, and
gunrantco perfect satisfaction in ovary in
stnnco. If they do not plcaso thoy will
not charge. Glvo them n trial. They
know their business perfectly. Remember
tho place," 01 Ohio Levee. 0-31
To Ick Ckkam Eateiis. Dan Carnes Is
prcparod to furnish tho very best article
of ico cream in largo or small quantities
on reasonable terms, at Louis Lasano'sold
stand on Commercial iivcnuo between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. Al
so, attached to his ico cream saloon will bo
found tho vory choicest of wines, liquors
and cigars. Como ono and all and patron
izoDnn. 6-31 lm
Fred. Ulakkkniieiui has engaged a
now pianist, an accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from tho old coun
try. Ho is a very flno porformor and
Fred's is a flno instrument; consequently,
the music of tho Excolsior, like Its liquors
and cigars, is not exccltcd in tho west
Go and liston to tho music and try sotno of
Fred's cool Wolss beer. fi-23 tf
PafcllMtlon oace, Bnlletla Bnildlav,
Tho canvassers for tho CAino Citt Di
rectobv completed tholr work sovoral
months ago, but wo hovo been delayed in
tho publication of tho work by many
causes. Wo hnvo put Into our establish
ment hteam, and very exit.nhivk new
pursues n Cottroll & Uabcock four
roller cylinder press, a half-medium Uni
versal, a Gordon and a Liborty, besides a
great varitiy of neto iypt.
Thoso changes in tho ofllco havo occu
pied all ourtimo and attention for months,
but wo havo now leisure to dovoto to tho
Directory which U in the hand of the
This will bo made one of tho tlnest di
rectories over issued in tho West will
u e printed in coi.OKH, and 'it every way
bo a specimen of typography that we
know wo shall havo reason to bo proud of.
The edition will be large, and will lcavo
the binder's hands In about six weeks.
Any advertiser who desires lo mako
changes in his advertisements, may do so
through tho mall, or by sending instruc
tions to this office.
Wo hope tho public may avail them
selves of this opportunity to putronlzo
Cairo enterprise that richlv desorves
Heavy Hino, glass Fruit Jars, (tin top) Bsmn aad Tullow i
i . c 1 nr. .1 t. .. 1 r . it . i I . . . . .
iiunns ,?i..u miu iiun Kuiiuns. 3t per uoz, Ueeiwm oi tiiow......
Gonuino "Mason Improved," Fruit Jar, Mann'sad Hyrnps,
(glass top, self senlori,) quarts $2, and half 800AK New Orleans prime to choice
gallons $3 per dozon. Host W. G. (iron
stono china) plates and teas, CO cents per
set. Flno goblets, only 10 cents apiece.
tJthor goods in proportion, at
1'arkonh, Davis & Co.'o,
G-lG-tf o nnd 7 Tenth street.
Tho Illinois Central Kail Rovl Company now
ollerfnr i-ale the lollowlng described lots in tun
Addition lo the City of Cairo, viz:
Lot 27 block 20. Lot 24 block Pi,
IS 20, " 27 ' A2,
' r, ' M, " t " 82,
' U 02, " 31 ' 8.',
3 ' 82, " 3J " 82.
orterm,el. apply Jo JAMEM JOIINSOV,
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th street
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared to accommodato tho public with
board by the day, week or month, at lower
rates than any other first-class houso In
tho city. Tho rooms aro nil well fur-
Ice Cream has becomo tha institution
of tha season, and Phil Saup's tho most
popular in tho city. His saloon lias be
come, in fact, ice cream hcadquartors, and
it is not tho fashion to cat tho luxury any
whero else. It is k'ept with scrupulous
care, iv neat and tidy, and tho presence of
no questionable characters is permitted in
it. Mr. Soup has. also, always on liar.d
fresh cakes of all kinds, candies, notions,
toys, &c, nnd deserves u continuation nnd
an increase of tho popular favor in which
his establishment is hold. C-7dtf
80 lo M
70 to 8"i
Crushed and Powdered
Gunnies 1ft: to Wr. I llurlans 2-1KC
iwino h I i wn v jicinp..9 lo
iwidd riax w
Dan. Uartman has received ono of the
larcest stocks of Fruit .lnr over hnTurn
brought to Cairo, and is desirous of closing iiiingarian.'.'.'!!!!
it out without dcloy. Ho thercforo oilers T"110"'. I' ,'-''
Mason's Improved Porcelain sclf-sealors, w ibi una i.iqnomi
quarts at $2.00 por dozen, half-gallons, at RRANDY-Hennessy per gal best
Mnn . . . . yignetlo " "
uukcii -, gmscwnro tops, quarts, ai
l.o por dozon nnd half-gallons tit $2.25
per dozon. Thoso aro tho cheapest prices
ii tlio market.
,.2 71 to 3 oo
,2 71 to 3 on
Dan. Hartman's now auction rooms,
at the corner of Commercial avonuo and
Eighth street, aro just "tho thing" for
Hartman's business. Tho building U tho
Rcllly store building, which has been
transformed by its now proprietor Into u
large, well-lighted house. Tho stock now
In it is vory extensive, comprising queens-
waro, glassware, cutlery, sllvcrwaro and a Compres-ed.
variety of other goods, at wholesale and
rotail, sold at prices ns cheap as any this
sldo of New York. Hartmiin, in fact,
guarntcos to duplicate any bill mndo out
side of Now York, and ho means businoss
when ho says so.
Cisret tier case
Knlea or rrrlKBt.
Uncompressed - 1 11..
Special DUpatch to the Bulletin.
Cariiondale, Juno 14, 1872.
Tho convention to-day Instructed fo
Col. R. R. Towr.es for Stato Sonator ovor
llolcomb, W. A. Lemma for rcprcscnta
tlve,and for congross, threo vote for Hurt
zol and four for Wall.
J. W. McDonalp.
Caft. Hamilton, our colored friend, rom Cairo to- !
although a (.rant Radical, at present en
during,lncarceratlon inthej.city jull for
tho venal olfenso of hitting a brother col- Flour, per bbi
orcd man and breaking his jaw bone, dc- ", r cwl
ilrm in In nt,,r, l,U t.ini.i rplnnilu lli.it flats. Ir CWI ...
J - ,.,,,. ,,. ...
on tho 20th inslnnt, he will be permitted Apple., per bbl p
to breath the free air of heaven or thuuir
of free heaven, and will then oiler his scr
vices to tbom as an experienced white
washer. Ho was an expert before he fell
into misfortune, and has been steadily en
gaged for somotimo in mnking the prion
houso white with lime
To New Tori: per bbl II W
To ltoston per bbl .. 1 70
Ft i. m Cairo to
Tho Tyrone went to Paducah with a col-
Over six million bushels of coal havo
II to lt I left Pittsburg on the present rise, and a
great deal moro Is getting ready to como
Clly Nnllannl Hunk nnllillnir.
L,Hpeclal attention paid to orders Iromslcam
oats night or dav.
The Girl wants to' know what tho
Lady gavo her to cook that sho could n
cook. Anyway, precious little.sho had
to cook. fj.8il3w.
UCSrSix nnd one-half
pounds Durunt's A ColYcp Su
gar for Ono Dollar; Eight
pounds New Orleans Sugar for
One Dollar ; Four lbs. Prime
Rio Coll'ee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
no"i"w a na l)er l)0,uu' 5 c9t Grun
.'.'.r.:: 1 powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-iivc Cents per pound ;
Young Jlvson nnd Uolong lea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at Wl LEY & BIXBY'S.
a Witoa on
2 25 lo.'l n
ti to I "I
. 3M .V. Coal Oil per t
,.,2 !.! fulncco 1 1 r h
. 'ill nollr.n t.r l.l
IAi 2"; l.uinlor i.er.M
. Our Jlome Advertisements
Resch is enlarging his vegetable store
The St. Charles hotel In its now coat of
paint, looks " flrst-rote."
Wm. Ehlers, at hisstiopon Twontleth
street, opposite tho Court Hoo hotel, is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of every
stvlo and vuriotv. warranted to L'lvo por-
nished, light and airy, good sample rooms fcct9atisfuction. Ho Koeps g0nuino French
lor uio accommoaouon o. v.ommuro.a. cn,f ftnd ivcg ,)l8 CU9tomor8 H ho prom-
. fi i
agents. i.no nouso is locaicu in nut cen
ter of tho business part of tho
ono squaro of tho post office.
Mayor Lansden, who has boon ub.ent
at St. Louis, returned home yesterday.
Grand Post Office Opening Lunch on
Saturday evening at niankenhurg's
Owing to tho irregular attendance of
pupils in consequence of sickness, the pre
carious condition of health in tho city,
and tho death of one of tho pupils at the
Having refurnished this well known institution during the past month, the Lo-
and popular boarding house, on Sixth rctto Academy will, at tho close of this
street, near tho post office, the propria- term, mako its annual exhibition compara-
tress would Inform tho public that hho tively private
is prepared to accommodato tho public Tho accustomed number of invitations
with first-class board ond well furnished, will not bo accorded, but tho parents and
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason- guardians of the pupils aro beroby respect
able terms. Amplo preparations havo fully invited to attend on Thursday, 27th
been mado to accommodato nn unlimited Inst., at 2 o'clock, P. M. G-14-2t
number of day boarders. Patronage o-
Hanny It ornamenting tho Commercial
avenue- and Eighth street front of his
building with a now waning.
Hendricks Is pushing tho work on
Cuhl's now building, and Christman is
putting up for Woodward tho strongest
and best built house in Cairo.
Dr. Evans will remove hit office from
the leveo to Ruder's building, corner of
Eighth street and Washington avenue,
Mrs. T. N. Oaffney.
Cairo, III., May 15, 1872.
We, tho undersigned barbers, In tho
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho samplo room
has received tho appointment of agent for
tho sale of tho Uammondsport, N. Y., Ur-
bana Wlno Company's wines in this city
If the bottle with which we hnvo been
favored is a samplo of tho quality of
citv of Cairo hereby mutually aereo and cso winos, then wo aro prepared to say
" l.i . .1 I 1
pledge ourselves that on anh after Sun- oy aro among mo oesi we navo ovor
day, June 2d, 1872, we will keep our tn6tc1- Uo has i"8t received a largo con-
Hariier Shops closed on Sunday signmoni, wmcn no is prepared to son ai
during Tnr. entire day, and will not tho lowest figures. Ho has also on hand a
do any barbering business of whatever largo and completo stock of tho various
brands of Irish, bcotcli ana American
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
Maunolia Ladies' Slippers at Elliott &
Haythorn's, just received. tf.
M. RuRNh, proprietor of tho Mechanics'
boarding house, comor Commercial and
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces
that he is now keoping a tlrst-class hotel
and boarding houso for tho accommoda
tioa of regular boarders or transiont
uucsts. Uu has uccommodutions for
eighty to one hundred poople; his tablo it
well kept, his rooms light and airy, and
not n bed in tho house that has not cither
a set of springs or a feather bed. 5-1 m
-Tho Arlington Garden, it delightful
piaco of resort, is now ready tor visitors
Tents havo been spread on tho green
sward, u high) closo fenco surrounds the
garden, and ladies and gentlomon may
enjoy tho finest of leu cream and tho cool
est or lomonauo, treo Iroin tlio public guzo
T. II. Ellir, Prop'r.
Excellent Weiss boor at tho Thalia.
kind or description on that day.
F. Thcobold, Georgo Wise,
W. Alba, Robert Muuroo
A. Eachbach, C. Alba,
! (1 Roinning, R. Lellel,
II. Schick, liust. llcin,
J. Geo. Stcinhouse, F. Sticher,
Win. Schick, ltouert lledloru,
I). Lamport, (Jharlcs Anucruun
John Rcdford, Jefl'. Rrown,
Edward Rrnxton, Duvo Tylor.
Wm. Curtis. dim.
To cook rick without burning.
Rurnott's cooking vessel.
To intoiL steak chop or cutlets prescrv
ingiill tho juice, weight and improving
i tho flavor. Rroll in Rurnsi'. s cooking
To cook veoktahlks in less tlmu und
with less llro than generally required.
Use llurnutt's steam cooking vessel,
good for any and all purposes.
W . J. HUKNKTT,
Thornton's Rlock, Cairo, Ills.
S. Walters, tho lumbar merchant, has
U6t returned from nn cxtonded tour
i through Wisconsin and Michigan, whero
he purchased tho largest stock of Yellow
and Whito Pino over bofuro brought to
Cairo, and largo supplies of nil kinds of
building mutorial used in this market
Mr. Waltors made his purchases for cash
und can therefore, as hu does, sail closor
than any dealer In St. Louis, Cincinnati
i Imisville, or any whero elso on tho riv
'AJ 1'ItlN TERH'
: ti a
uopymg mils. y
C. Hanny wishes the
ers. His steamboat lumber is of every ya- publiC to bo informed that he
rlty, and his stock is very largo, to which
fact tho attention of steamboat mon is
called. 0-3 Hf.
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in uio
The Hi omen of Paducah havo accepted
tho invitation ot the Cairo 11 rumen to par
ticipate in tho Fourth of July colouration
n tills city. Thoy will bring their ma
chines with them.
The big sewer on Nineteenth street has
been completed, und wo hopo McIIalo
may now be allowed to dovoto tho intel
lect and muscle of tho chain-gang lo tho
intellectual work of cutting dog fennel.
For Rent Ono ot tho Dcbasu coltages.
It has been repaired und put in splendid
order. Just tho house for n family resi
dence Apply to LOUIS II EltllERT.
McIIale yesterday discharged from tho
city jail one of tho Perry Houso women on
suspicion of having tho small-pox, but tho
meascls were to blamo.
Steamer Idlewlld, Kvonsvillc.
" Wildcat, St. Louis.
" Gen, Anderson, Metropolis.
" John F. Tolle, St. Lotik
" New Ren Accord, St. Loui..
" Ajax, N. Orleans.
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
', Illinois. Columbus.
" Westwind, Tenn. river.
Paulino Carroll, St. Lout.
" Julia, St. Louis.
" Wm Cowi'ii. St. Ixmi.
Steamer Idlcwild, Evunsville.
" Wildcat, Louisville.
" Gen. Anderson, St. Louis.
" John F. Tolle, N. Orleans.
" New Ren Accord, St. Loul.
" Ajax, Pittsburg.
' Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Westwind, Gome Island.
" Paulino Carroll, N. Orleans.
" Julia, N. Orleans.
1110 UVIlJlV COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
Tho market has not shown much activ- day an,i night, with cither lump or chest-
ity during tho week. Tho demand and nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
supply of Grain have been about equal, terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills.
Hay is quiet. The weather has been very Special contracts offered on favorable
warm. This afternoon the skies clouded torms upon application.
, - -
Three men in buckram attneked Mr.
Manion, tlio well-known keeper of a saloon
on Commercial avenue, a very valuablo
citizen, and Mr. Manion retaliated in kind.
Wliilo tho fuss was in progress, Constablo
John Cain appeared on tho battlo field
and Manion, in his peculiarly gentle
manner, struck Jiim with a largo club, In
flicting upon the officer un almost broken
arm. Mr. Manir.n, when he appeared be
fore Judge Rross, was lined $" and costs
for fighting, und $25 and costs for resist
ing an officer. Ha rel'usd to pay, and is
now lodging in tho city jail with the three
men with whom ho undertook the wager
of battle. As a consequence, Mr. M. cusses
Thursday Krening, June 11, 172.
and to-night a steady rain it falling.
Country Produce It dull, there being no
activity in anything,
FLOUR. The market continues quiet,
but quotutiont uro steady and unchanged
Sales reported are
60 bbls XXX SB 50
II. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Rokke, Ger.'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
IIOATS LEA VI NO TO-DAY.
Tho people's favorite steamer, Relle
Memphis is tho packet leaving at 0 this
evening for Memphis and all way points.
450 " Various Grades.... 5 50Cuill 50 Thu flno passenger boat Mary Houston
CORN. It quiet and in light demand, leaves for New Orleans and Intermediate
Tho market is moderately Well supplied, landings this day at 10 n. m. Tho now
Sales were packet Henry Probasco leaves nt 3 p.m.
8 cars, in bulk, on track 10c47c for Louisville, Cincinnati, nnd all points
JUbT Altai ved, another lot of
Wayne's patent self-vcntllatlng Refrig
erittors and Ice Chests. Wo aro selling
lie Chests at tho following Cincinnati Southwest, and that lie is de-
H W, I3 W, 10 00, S17
A 6a .lock of W.tcijt,, Clocks, Jewtlrr. and
fipoj'''" , l'"H'i,l, attention giVen ii ill
kinds of watcb repair.!.. Tim pubTv ,0ic '
to call and eo... p.r. pr cm ,'n i ch.e." .
rgent furKsrl Zlmtnerinsei's lelelmwa waiel es
Aaneatcli they are 'iul to any, aod .'
tiled by none lo this msrkt, i M,ul0n
m aicbts a sjieclallr fromatiy det'gt, o.j
prices, viz :
-0, etc. Hefrlnerators at lrom f'O 00 to
4.j tX), and i,efl uf clty fefurcco g,ven
w wonvenietico of use and economy of
r ,; fam"- have una.
"Wl. UKEKWAHT, OKTU & CO.
termined to sell every article
at prices Lower than tho Low-
est. Call on him to-day and
No. 63 Ohio levee, It ,1, ,' ...
thoy keep the freshest iUh and game, and OXUmillO goods and prices. He
..ho ttnest wines, liquor, hnd C,LT. ' . b 1
To tho Grond Free Lunch
Rlakkkniieho will celebrate tho open
ing of tho post office in its now quarters
this ovening by a Grand Froo Lunch,
at which ho will serve Turtlo Soup and all
tho odiblcs of tho season.
Haytiiorn says tho shoo business is
better this year than last. His firm has
sold ovor a third moro goods since thu first
of '72 than thoy did in tlio same time last
The Washington avonuo drug store of
tho Rarclar Rrothora will bu a thing of
beauty oiled walnut counters and shelves,
marble-topped counters, shiny silver and
"gobblors" of cut glass bottles, will make
it u stunner In its way.
Coopers Wanted. Four coopers, wh
can mako tight work, can llnd steady em
ployment, at good wages, by upplying ot
J. Rcnj. Moorcroft's, Thebes, Alexunder
county, Ills. C-8d3w.
will colebrato tho opening of tho post
office In tho custom houso
Grand Frex Lunch.
f In ., t... Tl --0--I-
, " : ' ,,r on will ttv vou both as to mini.
J J 1
live cents. Open day and njB)lt( ftt B'u
uours. j. i-akk, rroprletor.
Ity and coat.
Joseph Smith is fitting up Schuttur's
building for a first-class saloon. Ho 1
having a new floor laid, and the walls pa
pored in line style. It is Smith's Inten
tion to oclipto all rivals. His billiard ta
bles will be tho host and his liquors unri
valled."' The workmen on some of the new
buildings in process of erection in tho
city struck for higher waget yotterday.
Tho great demand for labor in Cairo now
hat created lively competlon among em
ployers, and high waget are tho rulo. This
fact tpoakt volumt for the city. That
town in which labor mutt beg for employ
ment it In a bad way, but tho city in
which labor can act, with independence It
prospering and will do to bet upon.
6 " White, in bulk, on track.. 61c
23 " Mixod, in sacks, del 57c(t,6'Jc
9G8 sacks Mixed, del 00c
11 cars White, in sacks, del CJcC5c
7CC sucks, del R5c
OATS We nolo littlo or no change in
tills market sinco our Monday's review.
Tho demand is light and supply sufficient.
3 cars Southern III., In sacks, del... 3'J45c
3 " in bulk iJ'Jc
" " del... 45c
" in sacks 4547e
HAY Does not show much activity,
the demand und supply both being light.
Our roport of sales include
4 cars mixed $20 0022 00
8 " choico 22 O0Q25 00
1 " " Timothy 25 00
HUTTER Dull and inactive. Thero
is no inquirv for unv sort. Sales were
15 buckets choico 12t15u
10 " , 12jc
EGGS. Prices ar low und unsettled.
Plonty in tho market witli scureoly any
demand. Sules were
1200 dozen !0llc
10 boxes 10(3 1 lo
CHICKENS-Dull and In light de
tnand, but prices are well sustained. Sales
5 coops old y.l 5001 00
20 dozen " 3 60
MEAL I. fairly active with a good
demand. Wo noto sale of
300 bbls S3 10
400 " Steum dried, del 3 l03 15
100 " " " on orders 3 153 '.
200 Reechur's Caloric, on P T.
rnuv inactive. o sales
POTATOES. 500 bushels old sold at
Dry Mint ICa
Drv Halt 12
.iiirvp (irui. ... tjuutuu
Cured " u lnu.;
Cured " " II to 14
Kanawha per bbl 2 23 Dairy per lib),
Imperial 1 loto I 40 1 Gunpowder I oo to 1 60
Oofonauiackluoto 1 3o Young Hvs'n 1 10 to I 4U
Jar ..:;( c to 32 Lagnayra 25 to 27a
Rio, prime, to choice ii to 27c
LA R 11 In tleiccs per lb 8 toOc
lu kettle " i
IIAHH BuKr cured" canvassed
" Country "
Hnoulilera bscon "
Clfarsdie. " Ilacoii
IX to So
Onioo,pr bLI '.5 Polaloe.,cho per bbl 3 25
New York tuwy new
It room i
Common Home, tier dot
Choice to Jitra " ...
14 to 15
3 0U to 3 74
6 00 10 0 60
on the Ohio river. The Arkanias Hello is
tho boat for Evans ville leaving at C p. m.
Tho Jim Fisk, Jr. leaves for Paducah daily
at 1 p. in. The. Wt'H Wind leaves ot fi
p. m. for Nashville and all points on o
Cumberland river. Thu Indiuiia leaven
to-day for New Orleans.
condition of the river.
Hero tlio Ohio continues rising at a good
rate. Tho Tunnessco is rising at a fair
rato with tt sever, foot channel. Tha river
ut Pittsburg is fulling with fi feet in the
channel. At Cincinnati und Louisville
tho Ohio is fulling. In thu canal there Is
6.J feet water. Cumberland river is full
ing with three feet on Hitrpeth shoals
Arkansas river is declining with 17 feet
in tlio channel. Tho Mississippi is still
rising with a trood channel out. Tho Juno
rise is coming, and St. Louis fears inunda
llUSINESs AND WEATAER.
At tho landings business was vory good
during tho day. Freights nro still plenty
and rates fair.
Tho weather was warm and cloud1, with
indication of more rain.
Tho (Quickstep left Evansvillu Tuesday
morning at three and a half o'clock, mado
thirty landings ii.nl luid one nnd
a half hours nt Paducah and arrived hero
Wednesday morning, making tlio run and
doing all tier business In twenty-ono hours
Dibtuuca is two hundred miles.
Thu Andy lliiuin will run us a regular
packet betweon Cincinnati and Memphis
this season. Shu Is a now bout, und is
named for Andy Rauiii an old Alleghany
river raftman. Sho draws two fret
forward, and threa feet aft, and will curry
about 850 tons. Her cylinders aro 22 in
ches 7 feet stroke, and works it fourteen
foot bucket, and it is thought sho Is going
to bo fast. Her cabin Is nicely furnished
Capt. Vinton commands with George
Alloko in tho ofllco.
Tho Ajax hud it big tow of empty, coal
bargos. Tho Illinois makes a daily trip to
Hickman carrying corn sacks, Iho loiio
passed down with a i;ood trip
Capt. Charles Schultz, reconlly of tho
Mary Houston, has purchased tho steamur
City of Cairo, so report says.
Charles Mlllor. clork of tlio Mary Hons
ton. bus been promotod to Captain, and
will hereafter havo command of that flno
Tho West Wind arrived from Tennes
seo river, flying light, und went to Gooso
Island for corn, shingles, &c., fur N ush
Tho Charloy McDonald succeeded in
gottlng her llvo bargos off Henderson bar
and arrived lioro ull right.
Tho Paulino Carroll arrived with u fair
cargo on board und will All out her load
II H A I) QUAUTKUS.
BEERWART, 0RTII & CO.
JSC, Commercial Avenue, Cairo, Jj.i
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
WATER COO L E R S .
W I IR, IE CLOTS
fcr Window isreen.,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
&c, Vc, Ac.
CRADLES, iVc, Ac.
Al.o manulacturers of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Copper are
f'oie Ai;cnt for the celebrated
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Uric's Movkaiilk Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
M.'ANTLIN A COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS.
RICHARDS PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a sure cure or smoking clumnles
(Successor to I'. Haiip.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
102 Commercial Avenue.
W A N T A D , AG E NTS!
8100t2M per month, everywhere, male ami
female, to Introduce the tho latest iniriroted,
mSsTs'imp e and, pe.Vct BIIUTT1.K sfewiNC.
MAClllNli ever luvnteil Wo chullentn the.
world to compete lib It J'ncei only (Is 00, nnd
fully warranted fur rive years, mnkinjj tne
Kla.lio Lock Hllteli, alike on both sides. The
tamo as nil Iho liluh priced shuttle
muchlnes. Also. ilia eeltl.rnled and
l.lest COMMON SnNSE FAMILY HEWING MA
CHINE. I'rico only 4)15 W, nnd fully warrantod
lnrrtve years. 1 hen: mschlnes will .tllch, hem,
fell, tuck, o,ullt. cord, bind, braid and embroider
in n most superior manner And are warranted
to do all work that can be dunenn any hliih' priced
mochni) in the wnrld. For circulars sod 'erms
address H. WYNKOOP4 CO., 2044 llidge avenue,
or I'. O. Uox,272: Philadelphia, I'h. o.23,3mw
With lu Kloosar atlentlniitN, low niiir
ltat l(ireaNlon,lnvolusitary omlaMfou.
liikM of neunen, pcrnlorrtiuBii, loaa oi
power, aisiiy Brad. "e"ory,
niid itirnatt'iifxl Imnrlciiro mill Itnbe.
cllita. and is loverelstu euro In num.
ithrev's) llomeopalhlo Niiriillc No
Ttreiity.elKBt. Compo.od ol tr.e most valua
b'e mild and potent uirittlrus tnoy strisu a
onrte at the roots ot themilUi loan up I o sys
tein, arrest the dl.charges, nnd uiiiurl vigorsnd
unorty, Uio and vitalit) to t'leeiiliie insn. They
hare cured thousands of en, es, Price, $5 pel
pi;kge.or fireboxes and a largo 12 rial, which
Is very important lu obstinate or old cases, or It
parsing!' b)x. sold by all driiKjIsts, aaj sent
by maiion ieuipt ol price, AJjrsn Humphrey,
Hpecltta Homeopathic Uediclae 33.. 6 Broad
way, K. Y. r P, OilVH.
auglMcowawly Ai'al, Cairo, IlUneli