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fcAIRO DAILY btiLLETiii, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1872.
TIMETABLE Of THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
O, sad after Sunday, ? 1H. the follow
as lir-b!e will oim Ih arrival Mid depart
ure of pMMBKtr tralna at Clrol
Omrl-Mall IralB.dally SiSM?"
Kipresi.daily ...... ..-.....- '.wnp.m.
irrfri -Mall, dally..... ':5 e.w.
Express W' P-,n-
f)lro and Bt. Loula Short lit.
ArriTt . P-,n'
Depart. ...,....,. .....12:30 a.m.
Nochnnnofcrrr from Curo to St. Louis. No
thaaaa 6'ees Irom Cairo to Chicago. Klexint
ljrarl Roe in tlswpin ctr on night trains.
i checked to Ml important twinta.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
CITY. MTIONAfj RANK
AlCnto in tlin Slate of Illinois, at llw rime of
Will make threa trips dally.
HlVISt OlttO I tlATIH KOt KB CITT
At 7...... A.m. I At SsSO ........... .a. m,
At It..... -.....-a.m. I At 1:30 p in.
At 4-so........-....-p.m. I At e ..............p.m.
Fare each T. 30 cents: 10 tickets for PI OP.
Will lend, when helled, At any irood intermediate
afldinflorpasseDferaor freight, nor itr.
The iplendld steamer
lluslness, June loth,
Isti and Discounts
I', S Houds to secutc cir
1 . r. Ilondson hand .
Otlier Stocks, llotids and, j
Due from relet mlng and
reserve, urenta .lffll.eOT us
Due Irom other nat'l banks in, AM la
oilier uantt iuiu
bnkern.... ..,.. 23,371, o0- -
Banking house, 2A,OOT) 00
llllier .real eatatp ....... 15,170 IS
A 2112 2U
2)70 i Is
Chr-cka A oilier cash Items 2.M3 02
Hills of national hank '.i,M4 cu
Fractional ey. nnt nickel., :i,icil 4",
ipecle 7,047 37
Legal tender notes .. 20,000 00
J" AS- FISK,
Ben. Howard Cnpt.
Osier, TiAit.Y. rBundar excepted), at
.ro. For frelihtor Dai applron boardor
jan Stf JAiJ DIGfiS, Ag't.
E. 8. BKIOUAM, M. D.,
rTOMEOPATHfC Physician and Surseou
rl nem lsa Commercial arenue, Keiiiienee on
lentil atreet three.doore west of C II. vYoodwnrd.
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
AFFICE Over M. .1. MeOauley'a drtitf More,
yy pear comer i.w'iiiuib-iiu nvruue aiiu bin
WILLIAM R. SMITH. M. D.
BS1DENCE No. 21 Thirteenth atreet, be
i tireen WhinLton atenueand Walnut airui.
oUi Commercial arenue, up atalr.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
OE31DENCK lorner.Viiilli aud Walnut
fVORiee oorner sixth street aud Ohio levee.
Office hours from 0 a.m. to 12 m., and tf p.m
II. WAKDNEK, M. dT
UEIDGNCR Corner Mnettentli street mid
Washington arenue, near court hoiifo. Of
fice orar the postofllce. Office houri 10 to 12
a.m. aod 2 to 4 pm. lanlitr.
Our Home Advertisers.
' ! I.I AMfT.TTTK.
Capitn diner: paid In U
Kxchauge 7,79s f.0
Interest - 1'J.S1 1 Ik
I'rofltand losa 21,477
In. iridual deposits
Due to Slate banki ami
2.', 001 00
Srrr or IttisoK, )
Alexander County. '
I, Walter Hyslop, AUUnl Cnshler nf Ilic City
.VuiIoiirI U.ink or Cairn, do snlrinnl) swear (list
the ttlmr hi ileineut it true, to the best nl my
Subserllnsl inil svrorn (o before tile, t Ms lltl, tl.iy
or June, Ib72. W. 11. Mosm.
II. II. CUN.NINOIIAM.I
n. U. WIM-IA.MSON, S-Mrectors.
II. I,. HA 1,1,1 DAY. f
02T1 THE CONEITIOIT
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
OP CAIRO, ILLS.,
At the float? of business, Juno 10th, 1S72.
PnbllrauUm Met, BMllcUtt BalldlBK,
THE CAIRO DIRECTORY.
The canvauort for the Cairo Citt Di
RROTORY completed their work sevoml
months ago, but wn havn been delnycd in
the publication of the work by many
causes. We have put Into our establish
ment sTEAxr, and vkry kxpjckrivk nkw
prkrsks n Cottrell & Babcock four
roller cylinder press, a hnlf-meilium Uni
versal, a Gordon and a Liberty, besides u
great variety of new type.
These clinnges In the oUlce have occu
pied all ourtime and attention for months,
but we havo now leisure to dovote to the
Directory which f.i in the AanJi of the
This will be made oiip of the finest di
rectories over ImiPd lit the Wel wii.i.
nic trintkd in COLORS, and In every way
be a specimen of typography that we
know wc shall have reason to be proud of.
The edition will lelarye, and will leave
the binder'5 hands in about nix weeks.
Any advertiser who desires to nmku
changes in his advertisements, may do so
through the mall, or by sondlng instruc
tions to this oltlce.
We hope the publio may avail them
selves of this opportunity to patronl7e
Cairo KNTKitPniae that richly deserves
Loai nnd discounts
U. K. Ilencls to seeuie clri'ii
U. S. Itonds and securities
Other stocks, homls and
Puelrom ledeemlnK mid e.
Pueftoiii oilier nat'l luniks
" banks and bwkers.
urniture nnd flztures....t,
Current ; expenses
sh i)eins, including reve
irisf! iu uRiui iu com a i,si:,
tuirency ... a.inj m
II IUI I'D
Tho Domocrats of Alexamlor county
are requested to meet en tnae at tho
Court House, in tho city of Cairo, .Satur
day afternoon ut two o'clock p. m., for tho
purpose of appointing four delegates to
tho Domocratfc Stato Convention, at
Springflold, 2Cth Inst. Uy order of tho
Central Committe of Alexander county.
JOHN HOWLEY, Ch'n.
W. W. Thorkton, Soc y.
Exchange, interest, protltand loss..,
Bun to national banks
1 1 1 ,MW 21
HTATCOr ILLINOIS, 1
l.C. N. IIuulns casliler ol tin' First Nallcuul
Bnk of Cairo do lolemtilv svrearthatthe hive
statement is tine to the best of my belief.
C. N. IIUGHF.S, Cashier.
Hub'cribed mid sworn to before inn this Uth
lav of June, 187i. CHAb. CtlNMsGHAM.
Correct attest. Notary I'ublic.
IIODERI' W. MILI.Klt,-)
1). IIUKL). J-Direclors.
JOHN T. III'.NNIK. J
NOTICE OK DISSOLUTION.
Public notice is hereby u eu. that the 11 rm ol
Roberts t Finlar it this uav il'ssolveu lit mutual
cocjem, joim 11. r may tetiring iroiu ine oust
ne.s. Charles I). Koberts Hssiiinra nil the nab III
ties, and Is alotii- authotlzcU to receive moneys
uue sam urni. uiiaki,c u. uuiir.nm.
JOHN II. KIN LAY.
C0PAKTNKKS11I1. I have this ,nv usaoclnted
Willi me as equal partner, F.. R Koberts. 'I'ne
nnme and style ot the firm will be Huberts Ilroth-
ers. CHARLES V. ROUKKTS.
SirinKtield, Ills,, June f.tli, lb72. r.-l.'l3t
NEW LTVERY STABLE
DF.TWKEN WASU N AVKNUK AND WALNUT
Dr. It . F. Fields lufonns Iho public that he has
I, I V K 11 V S T A i I. K,
tin the northne.t mclo of Tenth atreet as named
above. , ,
Ills SfaUes will be furnished with none but Hi
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated ut all hours
of the dav and night with tale tesmson the LOW-
Dr. Fields asks a shse ol nubile uatronsre,
and will endemor to merit it by fair dcaliug and
sirici biienoou iu uusinetr.
A full half-down animated responsi
bilities aro now charged to tho caro of our
estimable fellow-townsman, Carl U
Thomas, The sixth one cam yesterday
evening In tho shape of n healthy, Kuitu
Ing little girl. Our congratulations are
extended, of course.
Thk rRtOK of new potatoes Is ainguiarly
irregular and unsettled. In one part of
the city thoy aro a drug at one dollar per
bushel. In another part of tho city not
two hundred yards distant they aro held
firmly at three dollars. Why this Is thus
is quite an Interesting inquiry among
D. 0. Hay", late internal revenue col
lector for this district, Is an out and out
Greeley man. Writing to a friend In this"
city, lie says the "whlte-washlng Now
York Custom Housj and French Arms
rc'porl" did the business, for him, and that
thenceforward he desires to bn considered
among thoso who are unalterably opposed
to the re-election of the Galena Tanner,
Jon. 15th, 1872.
LIBERAL MASS MEETING.
Tho liboral republicans of Aiexandur
county aro requested to meetat the Court
house, in Cairo, on Saturday nftcrnoon,
Juno 22nd inst., at throo o'clock, for tho
purpose of olectlng dolr-gatoa to thu Lib-
ral Stato convention that Is to convene in
the city of Springfield, on Wednesday the
2fJ inst. A full altendunco of Llbnrnl
Republicans is expected and desired, us
upon tho action of tho convention the fu
ture harmony of tho party to a consider
able extent is dependent. By ordor of the
central committee. . D. Autkk.
The Hon. G. W. Wall is In the city
topping at the St. Charles. He arrived
by the Illinois Central vesterduv evenlnir.
Dit. Saok's Oatakiiii Remkijy. $600
roward for an incurable cao. Sold by
Druggists at fiO cent. 58:1 G-18-d&wU
Mus. Eicuoef, wife of Charles Eiohotl',
died yestorday morning of varioloid. The
body will be buried at Villa Ridge to-day
We do not know what tho themometors
recorded, but we undertake to Hay that
yesterday wa tho hottest day of tho sea
son. . .
The Masonio Fraternity of Cairo pro
pose celobratlng St. John' Day by a
grand excursion to Cape Girardeau Mo.
on board the Sir. T. F. Eckert on Monday
24th Juno. Tho steamer will leave tho
wharf at 8 o'clock a. m sharp, stopping at
Gooso Tslapd to take on members of the
All parties going toko their lunch
baskets along. Music in attendance.
I'oliok Court, Eugono Sullivan was
lined yesterday by Judge Bross for drunk
enness, $2 and costs. Jail 7 days.
Daniel Beam, same offense, lined $5
etc. Jail 10 days.
John Zelnot, same, lined $2. Jail 7
Asa IloJije, dead drunk, lined $2. Jail
Wm. C. Cowan, drunk, fined t2. Jail
Charles Nelson otlenslve language, lined
$fi. Jail U days.
John Hawklnn, some, $5: Jail 1 day.
Tiik mention of tho name of John Q.
Harman, Esq., in connection with a nomi
nation for the olllcu of secretary of strite,
has called out expressions of approvals on
all sides. It Is tho opinion of Liberal Re
publicans as well as of Democrats that ho
is the very man for thu position. His
nomination would bo peculiarly accepta
ble to tho party In Egypt, and would bo
woll received throughout tho state gciier-
allv. In lower Egypt he would develop a
strength beyond that of his party.
yard, opposite St. Charles hotel.
A rcw evenings since u well-known
Fourth warder knocked at a "shebang1' on
tho corner of Poplar and Twenty-fourth
streets, his objoct being to ascertain the
nature and cause of an uproar in which
both men and women seemed to bo par
ticipating. His knock was' answered, but
the moment tho door was opened, a well
knit rufuati seized him by the throat, and
hurled him from the sldowalk, which at
that point is elevated at a dizzy aititudo.
Ths Fourth warders' shoulder was
dislocated by tho fall, but recovering
lih feot ho returned to the sceno of the at
tack to (lnd tho building deserted by every
one of its noisy occupants. As the
wounded individual was resolutely de
termined on a "terrible revengo" It is
well, perhaps, that he found no ono upon
whom to wreak it.
O, That I Wkre Beautiful! Is the
unspoken wish of thousand of women to
whom nature has doniod tho charm of a
pure, fresh transparent complexion. To
gratify Ihls wish Hagan's Magnolia Balm
Was Introduced. Tho cosmetics of the day
had been pronounced polinnou by the
most distinguished chemlts, and It was
bo found Unit their ultlmato effect was to
wither tho skin as well as to parallzo tho
xtornal norvos. The ladies hailed with
delight tho ndvont of n healthful, her bal
and floral preparation capablo of imparting
to their facos, necks and arms n porcelain
smoothness and a tingo liko that of tho
finest oriental pearl. Thoy soon discovered
that it was a "now thing tinder the sun,"
incomparable and tinnpproachablo.
Unquestionably the Magnolia Balm has
been the great toilet success of the present
century. C-18.deod& w-1 w
A FRW days since an Individual answer.
ing to tho name of Clias. Banco, who
boasts of bolng a husband and a prospec
tive father, arrived In this city aud ap
plied at Thk Bulletin office for work,
stating that ho was a practical printor,
(which ho proved to be). Wo gavo him
work, not that wo absolutely needed Ills
services, but more on account of his I m pe
cuniary situation. Ho worked very well
until Saturday night, when ho roceived
his wages, stating that ho must pay his
board bill. Instead, howovor, of remem
bering thoso who were kind enough to
tako him in and give him food and shelter
without surety that they would ever bo re
paid, ho went straightway to a saloon and
got drunk. On Sunday tho proprietress of
the houso ordored him to leave. He re
fused. A quarrel ensued, In which Benco
drew a knifo and started toward tho land
lady. Whereupon she raught up a chair
and sent him to grass. Yesterday morn
ing Bonce swore out u warrant againat his
hostess, anil had bur brought before Squire
Shaunessy. Of course, sha was acquilcd.
The complainant was arrested soon after
ward for drunkenness and is now, Justly
too, iu tho city Jail.
Now, the Idea has obtained among
printers that they should bo shielded from
public gaze by the newspapers, no matter
how well they merit the scorn and con
tempt of every honest and respectable In
dividual. Wo aro no respecter of per
sons, anil especially In this case. We
know nothing of the character of the
woman who he claims as Ids wife, nor do
wu wish to injure her iu tho least
degree. From tho fact that she is a
woman, shu lias our sympathy. We
could say something of her appearunce on
tho street this morning that would excite
pity nnd commissuration iu the soul of the
most burdened, but we forbear.
Henrt Loflin has, for a stipulated
sum, undertaken the delivery of mail
matter to parties living an inconvenient
distance from tho post-office.
Tiik latest subject of gossip is tho con
templated marriage of a prosperous down
town merchant. Tho affair Is to como off,
so said, on Sunday evening next..
Tax proprietor ol a down town soda
fountain sold four hundred and fifty-live
glasses of soda water yesterday boforo 12
o'clock in. His receipts for ice-oream, lem
onade, etc., up to tho same hour was $34.
"TIIMIHj is mowby.-si
A feck of Watcbka, Olocka. Jsuslrv
SaljSfWtUktkfjm qu.I to any,.na ex'
IW bf son, la this market, mentation
ratchas a SDWlally freia any dulga.
To cook ihce without burning.
Burnett's cooking vessel.
To biioil steak chop or cutlets preserv
Ing all tho Juice, weight and improving
tho flavor. Broil in Burn:, s cooking
To cook veoetaulks in less time and
with less (Ire than generally required.
Use Burnett's steam cooking vessel,
good for any und all purposes,
W. J. Burn err,
Thornton' Block, Cairo, Ills.
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, cornor 7th street
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared to acoommodato the publio with
board by tho day, week or month, at lowor
rates than any other flr.t-cks. houso iu
tho city. Tho roomi aro alt wull f,,r.
nlahed, light and airy, good sample, rooms
for the accommodation of Commercial
agents, Tho houso is located In thu cen
ter of tho business part of the y within
one squaro of '.lie post office. 4-9-tf
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
street, near the post office, tho proprio
tress would Inform tho publio tlmt fcbo
Is prepared 'to accommodate tho publio
with first-class board and well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on the moat reason
able terms. Ample preparations have
been made to accommodate an unlimited
number of day boarders, patronage so
licited. Mr. T. N. Gakfney.
Excellent W1si bor at the Thalia.
Found. On Sovonth street, between
Washington and Walnut, a gold sleeve
button, which the ownor can have by call
ing on J. I'. Anderson, gas titter, 01 Ohio
lovoc, and paying for this notice.
Col. W. R. MonRisoN, attorney of the
Cairo and St. Louis railroad company, was
In tho city yostorday, on railroad business.
The Colonel it not only a lawyer of ac
knowledged ability,but a first class bus
iness man exactly tho kind of man to
bring In contact with tho poople,
It is safu to predict that iu less than
twelve months the vacant lots about tho
now post offico will be covered by sub
stantial and showy business -structures.
The eagor inquiry for properly In that
vicinity indicates such a remit unmistakable.
If our authorities do not choose to iso-
lato tho cases ot small-pox In tho city, it is
certainly as littlo as thoy can do to indi
cate, by a placard, tho buildings or rooms
In which cases nro conflnod. Thoro is a
criminal negligence In this particular,
Dwelling Houbk for Rent. Tho
second story of the brick building on tho
comer of Washington avenue and loth
street, containing six well furnished
rooms, good cistern and necessary out
houses, is for ront on reaionablo terms.
Apply to Samuel M. Orr, Casey's coal
A friend of ours who travels with his
eyes wide open, hat Just returned from an
extended trip througli.the northwest andi
among othor things, he reports two lin
po' ant facts: Flrit, the crops promlso
a, unprecedented yield, Secondly:
Greeley and Brown are the favorltos of
the people, und especially popular In the
agricultural districts of Iowa, Wisconsin
and Minnesota. Sumner's great speech Is
in the hands of the poople and has created
a sensation that has not baeu surpassed
since the bombardment of jJutnpter.
2. " f 03 (3)04 a
dATS. i naotlvo ' and generally un
changed. Sales wore
1 car mixed In bulk...... R8o
2 " In sack .' 4o47c
1 " mixed,. , ,. 45c
HAY. Tho market Is quiet with light
demand. Sales were
1 car Prairie, del $16 00
2 11 Mixod, del 20 00(322 00
3 " Timothy " 23 00024 00
BUTTEit. The market continues as
last reported. Sale' were
22 buckets 10clGc
16 " choice 12jc16c
EGGS. The supply largely exceeds the
demand nnd prices have fallen 2c4c
slnco last weok. Solea were
10 small pkgs Fresh 10c12c
1C00 dozen - 8c10c
OHICKENH.-Dull and prices tend
downward. Sales wore
2 coops old
CO dozen "
MEAL. The market Is active and do
maud good. Sales were
400 bbh. steam dried, del $3 1
300 " 3 103 10
100 " In small lots, U 20
100 " Beccher's oalorlo on P. T.
PROVISIONS-Dull and Inactive,
Sales reported wore
0 bbls. Mess Pork, $12 60
POTATOES. 25 bbls. Now sold at
S2 00 a bushel.
SUNDRIES. 100 boxes Lemons $7 00
0 bbls. Onions, 4 60
2 003 00
II Idea t
Uteoa Vllt 7 10 7
Cured U tuV
tliren Ull lo-ls
Cuied " ' II lu 14
Dry Flint....., lfi
Sheep pelts a tlmhc
Kanawha per bbl,
2 K Dairy per ILL
Imperial 1 It) to I 4) I Uuuposder 1 0 to 1 M
Oofon bote I: I") to I ml Young Hva'li I 10 to 1 40
Jsra ...me to :ti Lagtiayra. ...24 to '-lu
Mo, prime to choice Vi to 27a
A special train of two or three passenger
cars, on the Cairo and Fulton road, will
leave Greenfield's Landing, opposite the
city, at 8 o'clock a. in., on Monday morn
ing, 24th inst., for tho grand Barbecue, at
Charleston, Mo. Faro for tho round trip
will bo only $1. Passengers will be
landed within twenty feet of tho lino of
procession in Charleston, and distant from
tho grovo but a quarter of u mile. Tho
barbecuo will come off, and the trains run,
rain or shine, as an amphitheater that will
shelter ut least a thousand people has
already been built. Masons, Odd Fellows
and citizens generally, are Invited to par
tlcipate in the celebration. Any further
information desired can be obtained by ad
dressing James B. Greenfield, Cairo, or
W. F. Martin, editor of tho 'Courier,1
Charleston, Mo., who will havo charge of
tho special trains. td
Information in regard to tho where
abouta of Archibald R. Taylor Is wanted
by his son, the undersigned. He was last
seen in St. Louis, on the ICtli of March
last. Ho Is 42 years of ace, 0 feet 8 Inches
iu height; sandy complexion; hazel eyes;
scar across tho bridge of his nose; painter
by trade. He was supposed to bo in
Cairo about the latter part of last March,
and since that time has not been heard of.
Any nows concerning him will be thank
fully received, by post or otherwise, at
Marble Hill, Missouri, by his son,
A. B. Taylor.
June 18, 1872. 3-1 81 w.
Littkll'b Li vino Auk. Numbers 1401
and 1402 of The Livinu Aqk for the
weeks ending June 8th and Juno 16th,
contain tho following noteworthy articles ;
Trado with China, ' Quarterly Review ;'
French Language, 'Blackwood's Maga
zlnoj' A Giant Planet, 'Cornhlll Maga
zine;' Tho New Slave Trade, 'Pall Mall
Gazette;' An American Minor Poet,
'Spectator;' Tho 'Canadian Guarantee,
'Economist;' Weakness of Cfpsarism,
'Spectator'; The English Sonnet, 'Cornhlll
Magazino;' Thomas Carlylo, 'Quarterly
Review;' A Month atSeaford in 1825, witli
George Canning and Hockham Frere,
'Macmillan's Magazine;' General Chanzy
and M. Oambetta 'Saturday Review ;' Tho
Swiss Plebiscite, Spectator;' Tho Latest
Phaio of tho Ultramontane Struggle iu
Germany, 'Economist;' installments of
"The Mald-ofSker," "Off the Skelllgs"
by Jean Ingolow, " Tho Strango Ad
ventuioof a Phuton," by William Black,
besides poetry .and miscellany, Tho
subscription price of this C4 page weekly
magazine Is $B a year, or for $10 any ono
of.tho American $4 periodicals is sent
with The Living Age for a year. Littell
& Gay, Boston, Publlshe'ra,
Maunolia. Ladies' Slippers at Elliott &
Uaylhorn's, Just received. tf.
Beit Weiss beer at th Thalia. 6-2ldt
PROTEST AGAINST WAYrt THAT ARE
DARK AND TEIfKH THAT ARE VAIN",
Editor Cairo Bulletin: I wih to
givo your colored readers (whose name is
or ought to bo legion), a short sketch of
the trick that was played on the Paducah
picnic party last Thursday.
Tho steamer Tyroao was to have left
the Cairo landing at D o'clock on Thurs
day night; bntsho did not leave until 3
o'clock Friday morning. Tickets were
sold to us at $1 each tho round trip, and
$1 00 extia for stato rooms : Total $2 00.
Did we go to Paducah? Well, I guess
not. John Gladney was too sharp for that.
lie and the officers of tho boat had every
thing their own way, When wo got
about ono mile abovo Metropolis tho boat
landed on the pretense that the cylinder
was out of order. The engineer gets that
all right, aud then tho "doctor" got out
of ordor. That was ulso repaired. It was
then about 11 o'clock, a. m., and before the
firemen could get steam up the "supply
pipe'' got wrong, to, of course, tlmt had to
be mended, and that took about four or
Still wo never abandoned tho idea that
wo were to go to Paducah; but we fell
short of Paducah, I guo, about nino
miles. After wo had started down the
river, Mr. Gladney, Mr. Jenkins and the
Captain went "and whacked up," and
wanted to know if the majority wanted to
go to Paducah os back to Cairo ; und, at
that time, the boat was landing at Me
tropolts on her way home.
So now I would like tu hear from the
committee, and havo them stato to the
public how much the captain gave them
to keep their mouths shut on "that
thing'' for you know it was a swindling
trick, and, If you, as a committee, don't
givo the peoplo sutisfuctlon, they will all
think Just liko I do, that you are con
corred lu it ; for you know that the boat
was not out of order ut all I Yes ; and
tho public would liko to hear from Mr.
McGuire, tho engineer. So, como out,
Tom, and tell us whore yon learned to
mend steam plpos, etc, and'to make your
solf so generally useful, in the dark, with
out any tools or other needful applluncesl
So now I leavo you. Good-byo boys, und
when you havo Knottier Paducah picnic
don't forget to call on
. Monday Kxning, June 17, 1872.
Tho weather has been clear and sottled
for some days. The market opened mod
erately activo to-day. Tho demand for
Corn U favorable and prices rule as quoted
In our last reports. Oats aro dull and un
changed, and Hay Inclined to bo slow.
Country Product) is very dull and prices
Tho demand for Fruit is moderate,
Raspberries, are now lie principal kind in
FLOUR. Quotations aro unchanged
and transactions a littlo more extended.
Our report of sales Include 4
10!) bbls. ilol $5 70
COO " various grade 0 501 1 00
100 " Choice XXX, on
track t 8 00
CORN. The demand fs somewhat im
proved and tho market moderately active.
Prices rule at previously quoted. Sales
SB cars Mixed in bulk on track, 40c4Cc
25 " White " " 63 65c
a " Mixed 00 &7o
1 " " In saoki 00 o
7 " White 03 CG c
I.AIll) -In tieiees .er lb,.
" iu Heine "
,.'J to Kc
HAMH-Hugar rured " canvassed. l2'lol.H
' Countrv lOtolf
Hnoulders baron " . a to CJJ
vis er sine naeun jv iu vy'.
Onions , i i 1 1 ' . I ' 1 1 li it, i , el. ii i.i r bbl
New York factory iiear,..... 14 tu li
Common House, lr Uut. .... 2 M
Choice lo Kuia i UJ to 3
II. 00 lo & Cd
llsx-awux itutl Tallow t
Keeswat o I Tallow ..
Hnnnra atad Nyraipa,
aUOAK NcwjOileaus prune toehoice
Corle'e A ...........
Crushed aud Powdered.
New Orleans ......
11 to 12.;
la iu isy.
7u tu HJe
(funnies ....1S tu 1V!
Twine Flax CUc
Twite lUlup.' to !,'
Timothy, per bushel.,
. ....V 7 to 3 00
2 7Mo.-S 00
Wlsiea and f-lqstorai
HIIA.S'DY llennessy per gal heat,
ttignett " " .
Caret per case
.... 2 .VI lo 3 t)
2 Z't to a 1 0
.... aft lo 1 M
Katcat r arelflal.
To New To
Compressed -f 89 ..... II IX
Uncompressed 1 14 . ..... 1 1
To Nw Tori: per bbl....
To lloston lr bbl
H i v.
r'rom CaUu to.
Flour, per bbi.
Hay, per ton ...
Corn, per et
Oats, per ewt ...
Apples, per bbl
Pork, nor bbl .
2 00 0 IM
.From Cairo lo
Coal Oil per I'
Cotton per U
Lumber per M
points, continues. A rise Is expecUd to
day. At Pittsburg the Monongahela Is
till falllntr. At Cincinnati and Louis- .
vllle the river is rising slowly, six feet ?
of water In th channel. Cumberland
rtVor continues falling, with thrco and a
ball foot on llarpeth shoals. Thlrtoon
feel in tho Arkansas river and falllne.
Tho decline In tbo Mississippi river con
tinues at a steady rate. Tbarels a falr
channel out front St. Louts, and all rivers
above there are in good boating stage.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Business was fair on the landings du
ring tho day. Thoro is plenty of freight
The weathor continues dry and very
Capt. Hicks has concluded to load his
Belle Lee. She raised steam and sjfent to
Paducah yesterday, whom sbo will re
ceive soveral hundred hhd of tobacco, and
return hore to finish her cargo.
Tho Dictator went to Mound CItv and
took in tow the now hull belonging to
Capt. La Bargo. She tows It to St. Louis.
The Nick Longworth had a fine trip of
freight and people. She bad a barge of
coal in tow for fuel.
Tho Exporter, from tho Arkansas river,
had scarcely any freight.
Capt. Schultz takes his new purchase,
tho City of Cairo, to Louisville fur a load,
and hereafter she will run regularly be
tween Louisville and New Orleans.
The Charles Bodmann passed up with a
fair trip of freight and passengers.
The tow boat Alps passed down with a
huge tow of Ice, which she will distribute
along the river.
The Eckert was engaged in pumping
out Traadways stavo boat yesterday.
Among tho departures yesterday, was
tho Glencoo, with u cargo of at least
eighteen hundred tons of freight and a
nnmber of passengers.
Tho James Howard is coming up with
700 bars of railroad Iron for Evausvllle.
Tho N. W. O: arrived from the coal
mines with a tow of coal.
From Wednesday May 1st, tho Ice
wagon will canvass the city, to continue
during the summer months. None but
pure northern lake co will be delivered.
Husx, Looms, A- Co.
THE LITTLE KENTUCKIAN,
No. 03 Ohio levee, it the place whore
they keep the freshest fish and game, and
thu finest wines, liquors and cigars, to be
found in the city. Dinner only twenty
flvo cent. Open day and night, at all
hours. J, E. Park, Proprietor.
Just Arrived, another lot of
Wayne's patent self-ventilating Refrig
erators and Ice Chests. We are selling
Ice Chests at the following Cincinnati
prices, viz: $11 00, $13 00, $10 00, $17
20, otc. Refrigerators at from $20 00 to
$40 00, and best of city reference given
as to convenience of use and economy of
ice. Every family should have one.
0-31-30d. Beerwart, Ortb A Co.
Ice Cream has become tho institution
of tho season, and Phil Saup's the most
popular in the city. His saloon has be
come, in fact, ice cream beadquarler7!)d
it is not the fashion to eat the luxury any
where else. It la kept with scrupulous
care, is neat and tidy, and the presence of
no questionable characters Is permitted in
it. Mr. Saup has, also, always on hand
fresh cakes of all kinds, candies, notions,
toys, ice, and deserves a continuation and
an increaso of the popular favor in which
his establishment Is held. 0-7dtf
Steamer Nick JLongworth, Cincinnati
" W. II. Brown, St. Louis.
" Exporter, Little Rock.
" City of Cairo, St. Louis.
" Chas. Bodmann, N. Orleans.
" N. W, Caseyvllle.
" Jim Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Alps, St. Louis.
Steamer Nick Longworth, N. Orleans.
" Belle Leo, Paducah.
" Exporter, St. Louis.
!' City of Cairo, Louisville.
" Chas. Bodmann, Cincinnati.
" N. W. O. Casevvlllo.
" Jim Flsk Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Alps, N. Orleans.
" Glenioe, N. Orleans.
1110 MUDDY 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 .ottered on favorable
terms upon application.
II. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Hokee, Gen'l. Supt.
. Sales Agent. 3-10-ly.
boats to leave.
The Belle Leo leaves for New Orleans
this evening at 0 o'clock. The good pack
et Colorado Is tbo regular boat, departing
fur Memphis, Vicksburg aad all way
points this evening at & o'clock. The fine
passenger stoamor Davonpnrt is tho boat
leaving at 10 a.m., for Cin:innatl and all
points bn tho Ohio river. Tho Bolle St.
Louis is tho boat leaving for St. Louis and
all points along tho river. The great
Arkansas Bolle Is the regular Evansvllle
boat leaving to-day at 0 p.m. The Jim
Flsk leaves for Paducah at 4 p.m.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
The slow decline in the Ohio, at this
J.J. Anderson A- Co., gas fitters, CI
Ohio Levee, over Lonergan ii Cunning
hams, feed store, do all kinds of steam anp
gas fitting cheaper than tbo cheapest, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction in every in
stance. If they do not please thoy will
not charge. Give them a trial. Tbey
know their businoss perfectly. Remember
tho place, 01 Ohio Levee. 0-31
To Ice Cream Eaters. Dan Car net is
preparod to furnish tho very best article
of ice cream in large or small quantities
on reasonable terms, at Louis Lasano'sold
stand on Commercial avenuo between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. Al
so, attached to his ice cream saloon will be
found the very choicest of wines, liquors
and cigars. Come ono and all and patron
ize Dun. 0-31 lni
Fred. Blankenuerci has engaged a
new pianist, an accomplished musician,,
who recently arrived from the old coun
try. He is a very fine performer and
Fred's is a lino Instrument; consequently,
tho music of tho Excolsiur, like Its liquors
and cigars, is not excelled In the west.
Go and listen to thu music and try some of
Fred's cool Weiss beer. 0-23 tf
Wm. Ehlers, at Ills shop on Twentieth
street, opposite the Court House hotel, is
manufacturing boots and shoos, of every
stylo and variety, warranted to gtve per
fect satisfaction. He keeps genuine French
calf and gives his customers all he prom
Owino to the irregular attendance of
pupils in consequence of sickness, the pre
carious conditiou of hoalth in the city,
and tho death of one of tho pupils at the
institution during the past month, tho Lo
relto Academy will, at the close of this
term, make its annual exhibition compara
The accustomed number of Invitations
will not be accorded, but tho parents and
guardians of the pupils aro heroby respect
fully Invited to attend on Thursday, 27th
Inst., at 2 o'clock, P. M. 0-14-2t
Pat Fitzgerald, of the sample room
has recoived tho appointment of-agent for
the salo of the Uammondsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wine Company's wines In this city
If the bottle with which we have been
favqred is a sample of the qualify nf
theso wines, then wo aro prepared to say
that tbey are among the best we havo ever
tasted. He has Just received a large con-x
slgnruont, which he is prepared to sell at
the lowest figures, Ho has also on band a
large and complete stock of the' various
brands of Irish, Bootcb and American
whiskies, and wines of every variety,