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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY,, JUNE 22, 1872.
tlMt TABLE Of TBI ILLINOIS CEKT1UL K. IU
Oa and n.rondT, .' 14th, 1871, the follow
X urae-uable will gernn the arrlral and depart
ure of isaei.arlraltte at Cairo I
Depart-' Mull lriB. dally........-.....-.. JpOa.m.
Express, dsily...... 2:40 pm.
(rrfw-Mall.dally 8:46 a.m.
Expraat - .. S. p.m.
Cairo and Hi. Louis bbort Ll.
Arrive ................. 3:46 p.m.
IX pan. m 12.30 a.m.
fiochsngenf vn from Cairo io 81. Louis. No
chaar e'e.i irons Cairo to Chicago. Eleint
l.reg Hoon sleeping can on Bight trains.
)RC checked tn all important point.
CAIRO AND MOUND 01TY
Will maka thru trips dally.
At 7..... ..a.tn.
At 11.... .-a.nv
At 4-W ... p.m
At J-.30...... a.m
At 1:30 p m
At 6........ -p.ra
Far each way, So rental in tickets for 12 60.
Will land, whn nailed, at any pood intermediate
andiaglor passengers or freight, nor ltf.
a A spclsl communication tt Cairo Lo le
VVNii. A. K. 4c A. M.will be hildntsla.
Wonln Hall Mrnday, Juno S4ih,
ist. J 'tin'. Day,) at 7"'clolc a. in. snsrp.
All member! or the Iraternity who Intend
t part Ipsto in the excursion to tape (If
tardrnit nro requested lo epresnt.
Ie i order W. M.
U. Fk Puis, 8ec'y.
ORDINANCE NO. 24.
In relation to (ttccery linnds,
Kelt ordained by the Cdy Co in:ll ol the city of
BicTiis I. Tist horeatter nil bonds given to
the any ou lue if greet ry license shall be sub-iniit-.ii
to and amnored br the Cilv Counc 1 In
Iniut scs-ion eonsencd. instead of by tho City
0 rrk a nw pruvld. d by ordluuce.
Aiprorul June lSihUfi
" Go to tho Thalia for tho best Welti
beer In town. 5-2 ldtf
Weiss bcor constantly on hand at tho
Thalia saloon. 6-Jldlf
A splendid lot of Magnolia and Em
press Ladlos' Slippers nt Elliott & Hay.
horn's, Commercial arenue. tf.
JOHN M. LAN9DKN. Mator.
51 J. 11hw.it, City Clerk.
OAIUO AND PADUCAH
Tne tpleodid steamer
Ben. Howaud Capt,
Letts Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at 4
B.m. Fur Irelghtor pasg appli on board or
janStf JAS Bleir.J, Ag'l.
K. S. BRIGIIAM, M. D.,
tTOJinOPlTHIC i'hy'le an and Suraeon. Of.
XX lice 134 .Vimincrcinl avenue. Resilience nn
'lnih street three dooia west oIC R. Woodward.
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Orer M. J. McGaule's drug -tore,
I tenth street.
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
f ESIDEMJK No. 21 Thirleenih street, bo.
iV tweeu Washington avenue and Walnut street.
OrSco Ui Commercial arenue, up stairs.
U. W. DUNNING, AT. D.
OESIDENCE-corn-rNinth and Walnut at,
iVO.tb'e co ner MXth etrcnt and Ohio leroe,
ntliee hour- from n a.m. to 12 tn., nnd 0 p.m.
II. WARDNER, M. D.
RESIDENCE Corner MneKenth street and
Washington arenue, near court houe. Of.
bee orer the potoBlce. Office hours 10 to 12
r. in. tod 2 io 4 p.m. lanlotf.
Our Homo Advertisers.
P. G. Schuirj
'TIME X 3 MOIiTE-Jr.-w
' CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
A tocl of Watebi. Clocks, Jewelry, and
SrttvtawlM fturli'ular al'sntlon ltD to all
kln'ratrhreir'lic. the publ'care oli"i
14 s9llBdeoTprpr cuimch-rifi, rol.
ff Karl tlfnBiersflaii'a ralah-autu wa'oi
laafiasraun tlityar. tquO to any, and -I.
IM a NM,ISJW Uiarkat. fj.sant4tlBB
MaiakM tfWr tm aar '. c
ORDINANCE NO. 25;
For tho tennlat on ot tho Fire Depa-tmrnt.
He It ordained by the City Council of llio city ol
Stc. 1. Any officer in command of any Are
iO' pan)' at ntire, wnu slidl refuie tn FUitiou his
engine whme dlrtcte.l byiho Ci.lct EiiRlneer or
hl Aliani, ortolinta water throwi ir .m tho
nei hi- compnnt m acconlance with the or
der f the Chief Knln"or nr hla Asilsiant, rha!l
uv guilt nt h tnl'dt tiieannr, nn.l, tin ctinilct.on,
ahll be fln-il tol If., tlun Hue dnllars nor more
than ti'nt).flre dollars for each and everyoffen-e.
Sic. 1! Any fire nimpany of the eit ot Ciro
frfU'lliK tonb y the igl orde oi the Chief En
slnerror hn Aistaut, shall forfeit nil ilalm to
the quarterly nlioxnnce now allowed ti.e e
ctal cumpnle by ord.tmnce. and shall be pro.
hililttd from actum " tlriuc mpany r.thin the
limits if t e fltrol CHIni. All qutstlcn wising
under his recti mi shall be. lecidt-d Ijj ft majority
role of iho fire rfeparuncnt.
src. 4. The snetnl nre cempanles wildest a
Are shall be under ihe. rnnlrnl nt tho Chlel en
kIix o nr his altiits i he hall hare authority
to station the eTeralcnmt.anlfj.aud direct "here
and when the wtrr hall b th.own, and iiener.
jilt to exer. lo fUperTlmn of 'acli and a.l the
v mpnle present nt a fl: e,- but ad Ills nrdcrs
rhnll begitrii thrutlith theoiiers in rotntntnd
of tho oiuiiati)'. Any cnnip nv Inf inglas; this
rule and claiming " first w.iter," shall te deprlv.
ed of the rljiht to makx suchc aim, and the ( hlef
KnguK'-r hliall detrtiaine all question, which
shdl arle tlndrr this rule, subject to annpicul
lo the lite department nt n atated meeting.
Src I. Tho .eTeial fire companies of the city
while returning from h tlte (unlea the streets arc
muid, shall not run their enitina nnd Imso
cnrt ron the sldewa k, or ra"ewlth each othe-,
sud shall oU-ene ftiei tulca amay bo prccribt'i
by the i h ef EnRiucerof the tire de) nrtment
6. It shall be the dutv o nil peraona In the
neighborhood ot nrlro able to work, lo r'lt in
miiMgir.K and wnrkuut the fire ngliie, and any
person who sh.ill reliuo 01 neglect to nld and n
alsllntho extltidUishmeiit ol n lire, sh.ll fnrleit
and pay to thee ty t lit- sum nl nut le- than tire
dullnra nor more ihau or.u humlrod dollars lot
ai"h and every nir.'tie.
Approed JunolMh, IsTJ.
JOI1N .M. I.ANiDKN, Msor.
Attest . M. .1. llimitr, fl ly ClerK,
Go to Wm. Ehler's, on Twonlloth
street, for your line cuatom mado boots
nnd shoes. You can't do' hotter. Try
Thk Girl want! to know what the
Lndy gave her to couk that alio could no
cook. Anyway, precious Httlo she had
to cook. f8d3w.
ORDINANCE NO. 2ti.
AN 0'ID NANCE
To amend ordinance .Vo. 14 of Iih ievis,.il ni.
lie it ordalnpd by Ihe City Council of the c iy of
MC. 1. That section numbered 10 (lent
of nrillnnucs numbered II (fourteen)
of the Ust revision of ordinaiicr It
atreuded. bv aildlliK nt Ihe end nf the mild
tectiou tne ruiiowinir, w : "And nrovldriiali-o
t at ou allitrrets which are eno hundred leet In
width the inside lino or the top covering of 111
Idewail;, when it la n' wnoil, simil Iw placed ftvo
tart dlsiatit Irom the front linn ntthclot; and on
nil other streets, ex:ept leeo street, the Bld
t p coverlnij ahsll be placed four leot dltlnnt from
said Iron' linn of the Int.
Approved J'ino ISih lt72.
JOHN M. l.ANaPEN, Jlajor.
Atte.t, M. J. llowtkY, City Clerk.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
At Cairo In the Hlata nf Illinois, nt the close of
linstocks, juno lu'li, 1H,.
Lens and Discounts (
I', rt Hoi ds to cuio cir-
U. Uuiid'un hind, .........
Oibcr t-to ks, 11ndl and
Du ftoin raioraiiig and
lesaivx nigent 1S3,47 02
Pue'rom other nat'i banks 40,488 1:1
" " other banks ar.d
banker 23 371 00
DinVlne housa S.vooo 00
Ulhcr .is.il tsiaie 15.17U 15
Current expanses Sjujsn
lasts p. Id 2,70 IS
Check ft rdhar cash Items 2.MI02
Hllla of natlunsl banks 9,641 to
Fiactlonal ct, an 4 nickels, S.iol 43
I'ncle 7,'47 37
Legal under nute. 30,000 oil
'-09,1 80 01
100 00 00
Capital Hock paid in -
fi r i ! u - fut.d
Circiilutl. n outsundiug
r xunai fre
front aim loss
2i 0D0 Oil
In ivldu.il denosits
Due to Hisir bmki
23 730 3
Stats or lmsou, 1
Alexander Ouiinty, i"'
I, Walter Hyalop, A isiitsni Cashier of the City
Nailoul Uank nf Cairn, d i aolnnnly swear that
the anova stm-niont It true, in'the bct nt my
'iuowh dji nnd beliet. WALTEK 1ITJ1.()1'.
Pubaeribed and sworn to hofore tne, th's 11th dsy
of June, U7i. W. 11. Moaats.
H. II. CUNNINnilAM.l
n. U WILLIAMSON, Director.
11. 1.. llAl.UDvY, J
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
OF CA1I10, ILLS.,
it the cluie of business, June lOlh, ls7'J.
Loans and discount.
V. S Ilends in tcu cciroa
U. S, jlonds nud securities
utlior loi'k', bonds mid
Uu- fro. it redi'i mine and re.
Liiufiom oilier lmt'1 bauks
" banks ami bankers.
I'uruituie ami llxtuiin
C irrcnl , expense
Cssli Demi, iLcluding rmr-
in band lu coin t 1.47.1 ('
Curruicy w,2o SI
0 160 w
i !!M,fM B7
Exchange, luierest, piontsud lors...
Circrlatlon outstandis -
line to national banks
HraTimr Iilioii, 1
Alexander Coitntj, I
I I!. N. Illlcn.u n.iliU, ..I iIia IN.. K.',. t
lUnl. nf n.iFA ,l.i .n1.f...U. 1 1. & . I. 1
statement It liuo lo Ihe beatot my lii llef,
i., iiuoiiLa, cashier.
Eubverlbed and swoin to brfure inn Oil, ir.il.
day of June, l7i. CHAS. CUN.M GIUw,
correct a teal, .oiary 1'uiilic.
KoUErti' W. MILLEIt.l
A ocs'kral meeting of tho Gorman
School Society will b held fit . BrosV
oflScej on Friday evening, Juno'Jlst, 1872,
nt 8 o'clock.
6-2021. F. Korsmevkr, Soc'y.
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vend !s war
ranted to cook quicker nnd better than
nny vessel In use, for sale nt A. lUlley's
Burnett's Slimui Cooking Vosiel saves
nearly half the fuel and 16 per cent
weight which l lost In cooking the old
waj. Sold by A. Hnllcy C-201m
It Is itnpolblo to cook poorly in Bur
nett' Steam Cooking Vessel. It is worth
double tho prico nsked for it, for putting
up fruit. For sail nt A. Ilalloy's, dealer
in stove? nnd tinware: C20lm
All members of the Invincible club
nnd those wishing to become members,
are requested to meet nt the Philharmonic
hull Wcdnisday Juno tho 19th, at S
o'clock p.m., for tho purpose of electing
officers &c. By order of the committee.
.Juno 15th, 1872. il.1t.
Dan. Haktjun lms received or.o of thn
largest stocks of Fruit J a res ever before
brought to Cairo, nnd is desirous of doting
it out without delay. Ho thereforo otl'ots
Allison's Improved Porcolnln self-seniors,
quarts nt S3.00 por dozon ; glnsswlro tops,
quarts, nt $1.'J5 per dozen nnd lmlf-gnllons
ntS2.00 pordozon. Tlicsonro thorhonpest
pricct In tho mnrkot. tf.
IIkavy Kino, glass Fruit Jars, (tin top)
quarts S1.26 nnd half gnllons, $2 por doz.
Ucnuinu "Jlnson Improved," Fruit durs,
(glnss top, solf sealers,) quarts $2, mid half
gnllons $3 per dozen. Bost "V. O. (Iron
stono china) plates nnd tens, CO cents per
set. Fine goblots, only 10 cents npieco.
Othor L-oola in proportion, at
Par"on, Davis ie Co.V,
C-in-tf C und 7 Tenth street.
i'ablleaitlna emce, HallsHIa Balldlsssy,
WaaniBtrlOB A venae.
The canvasser for the Cairo Citt Di-
rkctoiit completed tholr work tevoral
months ago, but we havo been dolnycd tn
the publication of tho work by many
cnuici. Wo have put Into our establish-
ment steau, nnd very xxpknbivi; new
rnEssEsn Cottrell & Bnbcock four
roller cyllndor press, a ,hiilf.mcdlum lrnl
venal, a Gordon nnd n Liberty, besides a
great variety of new type.
Thcso changes In tho office have occu
pied flit ourtimo and attention for months,
but we havo now leisure to devote to the
Directory which ij in the hanJt of the
This will bo made onn of tho HncU di
ectories over isnied In tho West will
nr. printed ik coLons, and in every way
be n specimen of typography that wo
know we shall havn reason to bo proud of.
The edition will be large, nnd will leave
tho binder's hand in about six week.'.
Any advertiser who desires to make
I changes In his advertisements, may do so
through tho mall, or by sending instruc
tions to this otlice.
Wo hopo tho public may avail them.
spIvps of this opportunity to patronlro
Cairo kstkupiusk that richly deervcs
M. Burns, proprietor of tho Mechanics
boarding house, corner Commercial nnd
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces
thut he is now kooplng a first-class hotel
nnd boarding house for tho accommoda
tion of regular boarders or transient
guests, lie has accommodations for
eighty to one hundred peoplo ; his tablo Is
well kept, his rooms light and airy, nnd
not a bed in tho house that hns not eithor
a sat of springs or a feather bed. 6-1 in
Tho Arlington Gardou, ndelichtful
place of resort, is now ready for visitors.
Tents have been spread on tho green
sward, a high, close fenca surrounds the
garden, and ladies and gentlemen may
eninv the finest of ico cream and the cool
est of lemonade, free from the public gaze.
T. B. Ellis, Prop'r.
Tho Democrats nf Alexander county
nro requested U meet m nutsv. nt the
Court House, in tho city of Cairo, .Sntur
duy afternoon at two o'clock, for tho
purposo of appointing four delegates to
thn Democratic Stain ('(invention, nt
Sprinirfiold, 20th Inst. By order of tho
Central Committ'i of Alexander county
.IOHN HOWLF.Y, Ch'n.
W. W. Thornton, Secy.
Jan. 15th, 1872. td.
LIBERAL MASS MEKTINli.
Tho liberal republicans of Alcxindo
county nro requested to meet nt tho Court
house, in Cairo, on Saturday afternoon
June 22nd inst., nt three o'clock, for the
purposo of electing dolegatcs to the Lib
ernl State convention that Is to convene, in
tho city of SpringQold, on Wedncsdny tho
20 Inst. A full attendanco of Libernl
Republicans is expected nnd dosircd, ns
upon tho action of tho convention tho I'u
turo harmony of tho party to n consider
able extent is dependent. By order of tho
central committee. D. Artek,
Rev. Mr. Grant will preach at tho
Methodist Church this evening at 8 o'clock
A slight shower of rain ycitordny nl
ternoon cooled the atmosphere n trifle.
S. Walters, the lumber merchnnt, has
ust returned from an extended tour
through Wisconsin and Michigan, where
ho purchased the largest stock of Yellow
and Whito Pino ever beforo brought to
Cairo, and large supplies of all kinds of
building matorial used in this market
Mr. Wultors mado bis purchases for cash
and can therefore, as he does, sell closer
than any dealer in St. Louis, Cincinnati
Louisville, or any where else on the riv
ers. His steamboat lumber is of every va
riety, and bit stock is very large, to which
fact tno attention
A stranger, v.iioso ii a mo we did not
learn, was sun-truck yesterday, but not
Phil Saui- will havo a soda fountain
and Ice cream on the Eckert at the Ma
sonic celebration on Monduy next. Evory
ono knows how Phil can manipulate the
ovo screams. 2t
Rev. Mr. Shores desires us to demand
the name of the "Colorod Voter" who so
scandalously abused him in tho 'Sun' of
yesterday. Ho suspocts that tho author
has a blacker heart than skin.
Coopers Wanted. Four coopers, who
can make tight work, can find steady em
ployment, nt good wuges, by applying at
J. Benj. Moorcroft's, Thebes, Aloxandor
county, Ills. C-8d3w.
THE LITTLE KKNTUOKIAN,
o. 63 Ohio lovco, is the place whoro
thcJ keep tho freshest flsh and game, and
tho finest wines, liquors nnd cigars, to bo
found in tho city. Dinner only twonty
Open day and night, nt nil
J. L. Park, Proprietor.
wngou will canvass tho city, to continuo
during tho summer months. Nona but
puro northorn lako co will be delivered.
llUHE, LoOMIfl, & Co
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, cornor 7th strcot
nnd Copimorcial avenue, Cairo, Ills.,
prepared to nccommodnto the public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lowor
rates than any other first-class houso in
the city. Tho rooms nro nil well fur
nlslipd, light itnd airy, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agent. Tho houso Is located In tho cen
tor of the business pari of tho
ono square of tho post office.
JOI1NT. ItUNNlE. J
W A N T A D , AGENTS!
Jirp to Uio par month, erery where, male and
le'nsl, in Introduce the the latest unproved,
u2Un 'U1'."' nd.pei'ect SHUTTLB SEWING
... (m.'m.u .i .it.iiTiil" ,.tr
woild lo compaic v lib it Price only 1U oa, and
fully warranted fgr rtva years, muking tne
Elailio Lock M toh. kllko i.n both ai.it... The
anie as all tho hl.h priced shuttle
machines. Alan. the celebrated and
I"'"' COMMON PENE FAMILY HEWING MA
CHINE. PricocnlyilS 00, and fully warranted
i"r nra year. '1 he.e machines will .tlioh, him,
fall, tuet, quill, rord, bind, braid and embroldar
l a mo.i suiwrlor manner. And ar warranted
to do sli work that can tt done on any hlgh.pricad
ir.tcn ns lu th world Fr cin'nlsia and erin
1 1JWi B.: u WKOOP a CO , 2054 Hid t anue.
orf, O, U4x,t72lLlladlphla, ft. o-W, Smw
Having refurnished this woll known
and popular boarding houso, on Sixth
street, near tho post office, tho proprie
tress would inform tho public that she
is prepared to accommodate the public
with first-class board nnd well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason
able terms. Ample preparations have
beou made to accommodato an unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronage so
liclted. Mrs. T. N. Gatfney.
Excellent Weiss beer at tho Thalia.
If some benevolent individual would
send to Rochester, N. Y., for a fow pair
of thoso useful little birds, the English
sparrows, and let them looso about the
city, to devour tho flics, mosquito, nnd
similar "varmint," wo promise to immor-
tallzo his namo In Tne Bulletin, and
cpltaphize his memory in glorious verse,
should wo survive the benefactor.
The undersigned went into tho Sunday
anti-shaving arrangement in good faith.
hoping to havo Sunday ns n day of rest
but ns nenrly nil tho barbers who cntorcd
into it havo hrokon tho compact wo aro
compelled to open, our shops to-morrow
for tho accommodation of customers. "Y?
do this with regrot nnd in foll-defonso.
Police Court. In Squiro Shnmicsy's
court yostordny, John Nathan was lined SI
nnd so forth, for getting " happy1' over n
fow drops nf rye soup.
Androw Bee, whilo endeavoring to cx-
trnct honey from corn juice, becamoslight
ly deranged nml was assessed $1, Com
mitted to Jail 0 days.
John Foley for playing fisticutfn duello,
fined SI. His dietary "flxlns" and daily
health exercises aro vigilantly ntlendoJ
to and prescribed by Mc, for the next 20
Chris. Lawrence, fisticuffing slightly, to
tho amount of $1.
Beit Walts bw at the Thalia. U21dt
A sad nnd fatal accident occurred yes
terdny in Itho Fourth ward. Two chil
dren, u boy nnd girl, namod respectively
John nnd Josephine Coopor, who lived
ndiacent to Williams' saw mill, on tho
Ohio lovco wero drowned in tho Ohio
rlvor. Thoy had boon sont to the rlvor by
tholr mother fur water, nnd, it is supposed
that one, whilst stooping on n log to dip
wator, full Into tho rlvor, nnd that tho
other in endeavoring to rescue its little
companion, also mot tho same fate; and
that no one being noar enough to hoar their
crios, they woro both drowned. Tho little
boy was aged 10 years and tho girl It
was a torrlblo, heart-rending shock to tho
poor parent. Acting Coroner MoHalo,
hold an Inquoit on the bodies yesterdayi
and a verdict was rendered "Camo to
tblr death by falling Into the river. Their
Interment takes place to-day, we belters
at Villa Bldgt.
Locals aro scarce, and wo havo let on
mlganatlon float Into tho future of what
Cairo may bo In tho year 1800. A tolon-
did railroad. bridge across tho Ohio, and a
passenger bridge underneath, somowhoro
in tho neighborhood of tho stono donot.
Tho Ohio levoo extended to Cacho rlvor
nnd adorned for the greater part of tho
way with u doublo row of shado trocs-
A row of princely warehouses nnd whole
solo houses from tho poiat to tho Ills. C.
R. R. bend, with cotton, nsrlculturnl In
strument mid othor factories and industrial
establishments beyond. Ou tho Kentucky
horc, protected by n similar levee, you
co South Cairo, of which wo will not now
particular' speak. On tho hither side, ex.
tending from tho Ohio to tho Mississippi
levoe In ono direction, nnd wo daro not
say how fur on the other, you seo n mighty
city spread out, tho great center of n rail
road aystem; thoro nro tho dwellings of
merchnnt princes, yonder magnificent ar
chitectural institutions dovoted to reli
gion, arts, nud literature,; thoro nro tho
peoplo's parks (fragrnntjwlth the incense of
flower and ucetitod shrubs. All this
grandeur nnd elcguiicc Is built upon land
filled up '.to grade. Amongst the most
conspicuous buildings is tho new Bulle
tin building, with its six cylinder resi
Issuing Its thousnrids daily, whilst Its casy-
chnired editor, complacently smiles over
tho recollections of tho ,hard fought, but
successful Greeley presidential campaign
of 1872. Thoso who livo to sco tho outgo-
ing of tho present century mny find tho
foregoing more than n fancy sketch. A e
could innko n bigger spretid, but refrain.
Thursday Evening, June 20, 1S7-.
Tho market for nearly ull articles is
quiet and unchanged. Corn, O.its nnd
Hay nrn about equally dull, supply and
demand both being light. Tho markets
above and below us nro quiet upd Inac
tive. The weather is very warm. Rain is
anxiously looked for, but at this writing
thero nrc no signs of oven a shower.
FLOUR. Dull nnd unchanged. Do
mand very light. Snlus were
200 bbls various grades S7 00(2,1 1 00
100 " Spring Super C 76
BRAN. We quoto
76 sucks, on orders S20 00
CORN. Receipts nro light and demand
has fallen off to a very tioliccablu extent.
9 cars, "White In sacks, del tile
r. " Mixed 66c
8 " " in sacks del 61c
9 " Whltn, in hulk, on track 63c
1000 hugs Mixed 52c
OATS. Continuo dull und (inactive.
Demand vory light nnd supply small.
206 sacks, on creers -lie Hie
200 " 16c
1 car In sacks dol 46c
2 " in bulk, on track 37c
II AY. -Tho market is qulo'. and prices
cay. Sale were
3 cars $23 00
C " Timothy 22 0C23 00
3. " Mixed 22 0023 00
1 " Red Top 10 00
2 " Pralrio 16 00
BUTTER. Choice Sweet Buttor is
scarce. Small lots would sell at an ad
vance. Common and inferior very dull.
16 pkgs Fresh 16c
10 " Commmon 4c(,.7c
EGGS. Tho supply is fair and prices
easy and unsettled. Sales wero
100 dozen 8c10c
CHICKENS. Old are vory dull.
Largo spring chickens are In fair demand
4 coops Old S2 60:: 50
MEAL. Activo and In good demand
600 bbls Steam Dried, del (3 10
150 " Kiln " del 3 1003 15
100 ' Beecher's Caloric 3 10
300 " City Steam Dried 3 103 16
160 ' on orders from store. 3 10
PROVISIONS. Very littla doing.
Wo noto sales of
1000 lbs Clear Sides Bacon 7$c
MO " Shoulders 6Jc
POTATOES. New aro in fuir request
at unchanged rates. Sales wore
60 bbls New CO
SUNDRIES. 30 boxes Lemons, SO 00
7 00. '
To New YorU per bbt ..!! 0
To lloslon per bid 1 70
rem Cairo lo.
r lour, per bb, . 35
nay, per Ion ,i2 oo.o no
lltiril. lu.- nwl I III mil
Oals. perewt!" 16 ssoj
I'OlaKlia.yprM 21 3V
Apples, per I.W 2M 36
I'ork, per bbl ... 30 fo
wnisi:y, nerltll co 7&;
From Cairo lo
Coal Oil per i
i vcucco 1 1 r II
Cotton per 1,1
Lumber Ii one
Greea V) lb " to 7K I Dry 1'iil.l ICo
l ured " 9 tobH I Drv Silt 12J
Oreen Caif V Ib..l2aid bheeppella e S5vlc
Cured " " lltolljjl
llnnwlm per hbl 2 25 Duiry per bbl a 25
l eu a i
Iliibcrial 1 lOlo 1 4J I Cunno.v.ler 1 no ml Ml
Oiiliinicbiucklisitn 1 30 Young llvs'n 1 lotn 1 to
Java Ule to. '13 Lh(;nayio. 25 to 27c
Uto, prltnt! to choice 25 lo 27c
1.AP.J--In tierces per lb .'i in be
in iteitin 'y.
HAMP Pugnr cured '
" Cniinlrv 1
rinoiihliiH lisinn "
Clmr lil.. 11
- ft io ty,
llucon 7li tn sku
Onliui'i mill 1'oIuh.
Onions, pur hbl .- 6 ' l'ot nt,i lin , 1 1 II'
New Vol 1; faclary new II to 15
Common Home, ner ibu .Vi
Choice to Extra " II (J to 3 75
H, 11, 6 (io tn 6 60
IIe?nvux nml Tiilloivt
llcnswax O I Tallow.....
NiiKiir nuil Sy rnpa,
bllfiAR New Orleans prime to choice 11 lu u
f....1au A I'll.. .....
fo.t.un.. m ,.jIU,V
Crilahed nud 1'nwilered - llU io 13c!
(irdiiulnleil 1H in Ifllr.n
HYUUl'S Choice b0toit5
New Orleiuiu 7u to tun
Ciunnii'1. ....,! J lo V.'liul Iltirlopa.
i wiqb finx to
Millet 2 Vt lo 3 00
lliiucarian .2 75 loll do
Timothy, per bushel 3 60
Wine nml Llquorm
nilANDY Hennessy per cal beat 7 00
iignotte " " 2 io
WINE l'nrt 2 K0tn3 00
Hherry .' t!5ios to
Cnta'sba - 10
Caret ner ease 0 00
WHISKY ItectillodM 8S lo 1 60
Jlourhon a o i
eat new 1 tu
,.2S IO .'too
Steamer Wild Cut, St. Louis.
" Idlowild, Kviinsvlllc.
" Tom Jnspor, New Orient)!.
" M. J. Wicks, St. Louis.
" Jnmcs Howard, New Orlcuns.
' Goo. W. Cheek, Madiion. '
" Klin Hughes, iHashvillo.
" Raven, St. Louis.
' Illinois, Co'.umbua.
" John Kyle, JS'ew Orleans,
" Jim, Fisk, Jr., PadtiCHh.
" Joe Fleming, St. Louli.
.Steamer Wild Cat, Pittsburg.
" Tom Jasper, Evansvlllc.
" M. J. Wicks, Nuw Orleans.
James Howard, Evainville.
Geo. W. Cheek. .Memphis.
" Klin Hughes, Nashville.
" Raven, ftt. Louis.
" John Kyle, St. Louis.
" Jim. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, ty'oiumbus.
1IIO M'.'DJlV COAL.
..Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with cither lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, nt tho yurd at Grand Tower, Ills.
.Special contracts olleretl ou favorable
terms upon application.
II. V. Ol.VPHANT,
D. A. IIokee, Ger.'l. Supt.
Snles Agent. 3-16-ly.
IIOATM TO LEAVE 10-DAY.
Capt. Hicks has deferred the dnpnrtiiru
of his fine steamer until to-day nnd she
positively loivcs for New Orleans and all
way points nl 12 in,
Tho regular nud rdiahlo packet idle
Memphis leaves nt Ilvo p. in. for Memphis
nnd all way point. Tho Arkansas Hello
is tho.boat departing nt un curly hour this
evening lor Kvansville.
Tho good packet Rock Island leavi-s a
two p. m. for Cincinnati nnd nil way
points on the Ohio rivor. Tho .lulia leave
at five p. m. for St Louis nnd all way
landings. The Jim. Fisk leaves at 4 p. in.
for l'liducah and all way landings.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
The fall in tho Ohio at this point dur
ing the past 21 hours was f.mr inches.
The Monongnhdn continues to decline.
At Cincinnati and Louisviilo the Ohio
continues to dcqlinc. Cumberland river is
still on tho decline, with 25 inches ou
Hp.rpotli shoals. Tho Arkansas river con
tinues fulling I'm st. Tho Mississippi con
tinues on a steady decline. All the rivers
are gonerally fulling.
iiu.siness nnd weather.
Business was very good at tho landing.
The weather was clear cloudy and rain
ing at Intcrittls.
Tho Tom Jasper has threo thousand
burs railroad Iron for Evansvillo nnd uftc
she has it dis;hnrded she will load lor
New Orleans. r
Thn M. J. Weoks had a full cargo nnd
did not rccoivo anything hero.
Tho James Howard nrrived from New
Orleans five dnvs out with over 7100 bnr
largo railroad iron for Evansvillo. Sh
Und a largo number of passengers of which
about 75 got oft' lipro nnd v.ynt north by
rail. The Howard will not remain up the
Ohio but a fow days for foar of being
The Goorgo W. Choek arrived from
Madison looking as bright ns a new pin
Sho filled out here with nil she could carry
The EUu Hughes arrived from Nnhville
with a small trip and laid hero but a few
Tho Wild Cat had a tow of iron or
Tho City of Cairo is loading nt Evans
vlllo for New Orleans. Tho Idlowild
arrived at an curly hour from Evnntville
bringing only a small umount of freight
:ity National UunU HiiIIiIIhi;.
m-peelal attention paid to orders from luun
boats iilulit oriv
ISSOMHMt ttsast 1
To Ice Cream Eaters. Dan Carnes is
prepatod to furnish tho vory best article
of Ico cream in largo or .small quantities
on reasonable tonus, at Louis Lugano' old
stand on Commercial nvnmio between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streots. A I
so, attached to Ills ico cream saloon will bo
found tho very choicest of wines, liquors
nnd cigars. Como ono and ull and natron
l.o Dun. 6.3i:im
T. I, .
riir.ii. iM.ACiivr..-iii.au una ungagCU It
now piatilst, an accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from thn old conn-
try. Ho Is a very lino norformor and
Frod'a 1 u fine instrument j consequently,
the music of tho Excelsior, liku Its liquors
ami cigars, is not excelled lu thu west
Go and lUtun to tho music und try some of
Fred e c'ool Weiss boor. 6-23 tf
Win. I'lilors, at lilssliopon Twentieth
street, oppovild tho Court Hotisu hotol, is
manufacturing boots ami shoes, of ovory
stylo and variety, warranted to givo por-
fectsatisfaction. Ho koops gonuino Frouuh
calf nnd gives his customers nil ho prom
The Cairo Silver Cornet Band dcslro
to stato that they are not yd engaged by
nny parties for the coming Fourth of July,
nnd that proposals for their sorvlccs nro In
onlor. Watson McKee,
J, J. Anderson & Co., gas flttorf, 01
Ohio Lovco, ovur Loiiorgan & Cunning
hums, feed store, do all kinds of stoain imp
gas fitting choapor than tho chenpost, und
guarantee porfoct satisfaction in ovory In
stance. If thoy donot plenso thoy will
not churgo. Givu thorn a trial. Thoy
know tholr business perfectly. Remember
tho place, 01 Ohio Lvee, 681
Wo hnvo a good supply of Burnett's
Steam Cooking Vessels. Call nnd sco
them. A, IlAt.t.RY
I'nl Fitzgerald, of tho snmplo room
hns received tho nppolnlment of agont for
tho sale of tho Hiunmondsport, N. Yi, Ur
bann Wlno Conipnny's wlnos in this city
If the bottlo with which wo havo been
favored Is n snmplo of tho quality of
thoso wine, then wo aro prepared to say
that thoy nro among tho best wc havo ever
tasted. Ho hns Just received n largo con
signment, which ho Is prepared to sell nt
tho lowest figures. Ho has also on hand a
largo nnd completo stock of tho various
brnnds of Irish, Scotch nnd American
whiskies, nnd wines of ovory variety.
O, That I Were BautifulI Is tho
unspoken with of thousands of women to
whom naluro has dented the charm of a
puro, fresh transparent complexion. To
gratify this wish Hagun's Magnolia Balm
was Introduced. Tho cosmetics of tho day
had been pronounced poisonous by tho
most distinguished chcmbt, and It was
alio found that tholr ultimate effect was to
wither tho skin as well us to paralizo tbo
external nerves. Tho ladles balled with
delight the ndvent of n healthful, her bal
und floral preparation capable of imparting
to their fncei, necks nud arms u porcolaln
smoothness and n, tingo like that of tho
finest orinntnl pearl. They soon discovered
that It wa n "now tiling under tho sun,"
incomparable nnd unapproachable
Unquestionably tho Magnolia Balm has
been tho great toilet success of the present
century. (MB-dcod& w-1 w
Dwelling Homo: por Rent. Tho
second story of thn brick building ou tho
cornor of Washington avenue and 18th
street, containing six well furnished
rooms, good cistern and ticccisnry cut
houses, is for rent on rcaonablo terms.
Apply to .Samuel M. Orr, Cusny's coal
yard, opposite St. Charles hotel.
For Rent One ol thu Dobasa cottages.
It bus been repaired and put in splendid
order. Just tho houso for a family rcn
deni n. Apply to Louis Herdert.
Juht Arrived, another lot of
Wayne's patent sulf-vcntllatlng Refrlg
orators and Ico Chests. Wo urn selling
Ico Cliosta nt tho following Cincinnati
pric. viz- $11 00, $13 00, $16 00, $17
20, etc. Refrigerators nt Irotn 120 00 O
315 00, and best of city reference given
as to convenience of um and economy of
Ice. Every family should hnvo ono.
5-:il.30.l. Beerwart, Ortii & Co,
h i: Cream has become the Institution
of tho season, and l'hll Satlp's the most
popular In tho city. His snloon has bo
come, in fact, ico cream headquarters, and
it is not tho fashion to cat the luxury any
where else. It It kept with scrupulous
care, is neat and tidy, and the presence of
no questionable characters it permitted in
it. Mr. Suup has, also, always on hnt.d
fresh cakos of all kinds, candies, notions,
toys, &c , and deserves a continuation and
an Increase of tho popular favor In which
his establishment Is held. 67dtf
Information in regard to the whf;
about of Archibald R. Taylor Is wanted
by his eon, the undersigned. Ho was last
seen in St. Louis, on tho lCth of March,
last. Ho Is 42 years of age, 6 feet 8 inches
in height; tiudy complexion i hazel eyis,
senr across the brldgo of his nose, piintcr
by trade. Ho was supposed to bo in
Cairo about tho latter part of last March
and slnco that time has not been heard of
Any nows concorning him will be thank
fully received, by post or otherwise, at
Marblo Hill. M.ouri, by his son,
A. B. Taylor.
June 18. 1872. S-181w
tlCSC Hanny wishes the
public to bo informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensivo as any in tho
Southwest, and that ho is de
termined to sell every article
at prices Lowor than tho Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. Ho
will .satisfy you both as to qual-
ty and cost.
Six and one-half
pounds Durant's A Cottco Su-
r . rnn. Tlollni. . iVll.t
qui iui uiiu uii u i , iiin
pounds New Orleans Sugar for
Ono Dollar ; Four lbs. Prime
Rio Codec, Ono Dollar; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half por pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents por pound ;
i oung Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at' WILEY & BIXBY'S.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
Ho. 70 Olilo Levee, CAIHU, IXLINOIN
fneoltl attention tTa to coDtlgumtEts oa