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CAIRO DAltt BtJLLETlN, SATURDAY, JtlLY 13, 1872.
TIME TABLE OF THE ILUHOIi CENTRAL . .
Oa Hr Bandar, M lh, UTl, th follow
X tiB-ubl will gown the mtIuI Mil depart'
r of paatinffer traiM c'ro 1
Cairo tad 81. Lout Bhott Lin.
Amvt........ .................... .3;t& p. in
ho thnfrf irrr from Ciro to fit. Lonlt. No
ciuBjr f'.i'M Irom Clro to Chicago. Elefint
lirarlag Booa aleeping can on night tram.
BMac ehMkfd to all important polnti.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trips daily
LIAT1K0 HOtUB C1TT
At lt90(tsftM.........p m
At fl if ...... ..p. ni
Far each way. SO cent I 10 ticket for 12 60.
Will land, when hailed, at an good Intermediate
andtnglorpaengeraor freight, nor itr.
CAIRO AND PADUOAH
The tplendtd atearaer
Wo arc authorized to announce WILLIAM
11ARTZELL, or Randolph county, a can
didate for CongrcM from the Eighteenth Dis
trict, subject to tho dcculon or the ucmo-
cratlo nominating Convention. 7-0td.
We arc authorized to announce COL. R.
R.TOWKESaa a candidate for Senator in
this Senatorial district.
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
IIARMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to innouncc II. W.
WEBB, ESQ., as a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We are eulhorited to announce HAMILTON
IRVIM a a candidate lor reelection to tho ufflce
of Sheriff of Aleiander cotintr.
Bik. Howard Capt.
Uui Cairo DAILY. rSunday excented). at
a.ro. For freight or paaaag apply on board or
Jn3tf J As HIG03, Ag't
K. a BRIGHAM, M. D,
0ME0PATIIIC rhyelclan and Surgeon. Of.
fi,. l.v .Viminerclal arenue. Keildence on
Vuth trt Ihree.door wet ofC R. Woodward.
DR. J. (J. SULLIVAN,
FFICE Orer M. J. McOaule)' drag atore,
netr corner Conmerciat arenue and Elsh-
t tenth street
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
TESIDENCK-No. 21 Thirteenth street, be
XV tween Washington atentie and Walnut street.
Office 1M Commercial srenue, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
T)KSIDENCE-cornerNinlh and Walnut at,
jAiOlhee corner Sixth street and Ohio leree.
Office hours from 6 a.m. to 12 m., and 9 p.m
II. WARDNER, M. D.
T) EMIDENCE Corner Nineteenth street and
JLV Washington avenue, near court houie. Of
net orer the poatotflce. Office hours 10 to 12
and 2lo 4 p.m. an!6tf.
DR. D. A. PARKER FOR GREELEY
Ebitob BcLtirm. Please announce mo sn in.
dependent candidate tor alegUlatorin the lower
House ol Iho General Assembly 01 tin State
As men in the dsjrs ot honest government had
to announce their irlnciplt or hobby, as well as
themselves, and appear bclore their constituents
and defend them before they could get office, t
bdleTO they aloulado so now, and will lay to
the rotors of Jackson, Union, and Alexander
counties, without awaiting the decision of any
man or party, I am for Horace Oreeley for Presi
dent, and II. Oratt Urown for Vice President and
endorse the Ciuclnnati platform. I am for a free
scrub raoe and against the primary system of
electing men to office. I am against the stock
law In thts county and for the repeal of the Ohio
liquor law. I am lor tho abolishment of the
grand Jury to Its lowest constitutional limits, and
the rerlsion of tho traverse Jury so that intelli
gent men shall not be disqualified to sit on It In
case of felony. I am for tree trade, equal
taxation, equal representation, and honest men
In office, even if 1 have to be defeated (o get
them there. D- A. rUaara. tf
Our Home Advertisers.
P. 5. Schuh
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Mt. Vssxos, III, April 11, 1672.
Ediitr Cairt Bulletin I
Una Bis Please to announce me as a candi
date for Clerk or the Supreme Court, Southern
Grand Ilivlsi in ol Illinois. The new constitution
provides that the Cle'ks ol the Supreme Court
shall hereafter be elected at tho November elec
tion, Instead of the June election as herelore.
The successor of the present incumbents are
lobe elected this coming fall, but will not qualify
until the preii nt terms expire in 1873.
R. A. D. WII.DANK8.
PaMlMtlM OaVew, BalMta BalMta,
Fixe black berries are telling at $1 00
W tried to obtain tho river report
twico yesterday afternoon, but failed tho
reporter being absent.
Thk thunder heats of yesterday after
noon exceeded our former quotations, but
Wo have hoard of no tun stroke.
Thk few remaining Grant men around
Cairo look extremely despondent, tlnee
tho adjournment of the Baltimore conven
tion. Mrs. Samuel Halliday't new brick
building, adjoining Dr. Arter't ttore, on
Commercial avonuo, hat the second story
rafters laid lor the flooring.
Business In town it looking up, and we
understand transactions on the levee
have been brisk during the past two days,
steamers arriving and departing with
Tut now ttore building for F. Cuhl,
Esq, on Lcveo ttreet, has a fine iron front
up the whole height of the building. The
uppor story window frames have hand
tome Norman arches.
Ik tho circuit court, tho cue of Joseph
K. Frick vt. Wm. Winter wot proceeding.
Tho Jury wero impannelled on Thursday,
and occupiod tho wholo day. Allen, Groen
and Gilbert for plaintiff, Linogar and
Wheeler for defendant.
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ESTAnt,ISIIED IN 1MB.
BY mcmberH of the Society of Jesus, and
Incorporated by an net of the State
Legislature In 18.12, It has experienced unin
terrupted succeM, and contlmtcH to offer the
utudent every facility for acquiring a thor-
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL EDUCATION.
Evcrv candidate for admission not person
ally acquainted with some one of the Fac
ulty must produce proper testimonials of
good moral character.
Bulletins arc sent three times a year to the
parents or guardians of the students, to in-
torm mem or ine conuuet, ncaiiu ana
improvement of their sons or wards. An
experienced physician dally visits the insti
tution, and the greatest care and attention
are bestowed on the sick.
Board and tuition, nerscsslou. ten months.
Tlie next session begins September ua.
Payments must be made quarterly, or
semi-annually, In advance. Catalogues con
taining Instructions to parents, nnu full par
ticulars, will bo sent free on application to
Rev. J. (1. Zealand, s. J..
1'rcsldenmt. Louis University, St. Louis,
THE DSTBW eiTSTIEQIM:.
GROCERIES RETAILED AT WII0LI8ALX
AT II. 0. THIELEOKE'S STORE.
No cases at Squire B rots' office to-day.
Drunks and vags. have either gone to
work or " lit out " to more congenial lo
calities. MnHalo famous light brigade
of Dlsconsolatcs are reduced to the insig
nificant number of three.
WASUINOTON AVrKUC, BETWEEN
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
CO lbs. dry Cuba Sugar for -JO
" ii ii .i . . .
CJ lbs. A coffeo Sugar, N. Y. Std.
4 " 1'riniB Itio Colleo for -
3 J Choico " ".
3 11 Old Government Java -
Teat and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally at cheap.
Goods now, and full weight given. Call
I; ' V CAIBO, ILLINOIS,
, - Aiaes'ockof W.tchs., Clocks, Jswelry,
h ftieeiaole Particular attention given to
' . ItMr'r - Th publlo are to
33?jt 'rSt Mi lud ooirpar pricta an j oharge.
r j-.v- aatsl M tWl limmsrniiM'a ct.hiaUlu wale
r'j'H. p w t B, marai. rret i.t
aitv freai oar dtttga, t . 4
ICE I ICE 1 1 ICE! 1 1
From Wednesday May 1st, tho ico
wagon will canvass the city, to continue
during tho summer months. None but
pure northern lake ce will bo delivered.
Huse, Loomis, & Co.
Dan. Hartman hat rcceivcdoco of tho
largest stocks of Fruit Jarcs ever before
brought to Cuiro, and is desirous of closing
it out without delay, lie therefore oflcn
Mason't Improved Porcelain tolf-tcalers,
quarts at $2.00 per dozen ; glnstwiro tops.
quarts, at 1.JS per dozen and half-gallons
at $2.00 per dozen. These are the cheapest
prices in tho market. tf.
0. IIauknstink, Abcuitect. This
gentleman has established himself success
fully in his business in this city. lie last
year made tho plans and specifications ot
John Goeckol's, Polor Ned's and II. My
ers buildingt on Ohio Levee, and Fred
Thcobolu's.hundsome residence on cornor
Sixth and Walnut streets; and this year
made tho plan of Fetor Cuhl's.Dr. Ward
nor.t, John Koehlor's, Gllbort Bunkrayer
and Smith's, and Lu Klcb's buildings. Ho
also superintended the erection of all theso
buildings, nnd points to them for proof of
his ability to do good work In his lino. Ho
made tho plans and specifications ot a pub
lic tchool building in Metropolis, and of
many other buildings here nnd elsewhere
Ho asks tho attention of the public to his
works, and bolicvcs ho is entitled to liberal
It is a pity that the police, with all their
keoness, cannot get a hold on tho houses
of prostitution, ot all grades scattered
about tho city tome of them on the roost
public thoroughfare!. It would be a good
thing if they could bo banitbed for once,
nnd ayo, from within the corporation limits
Wx aro glad to loarn that the Cairo and
Si. Louis railroad it all graded iu Alex
ander county, and completed to the Mis
sissippi levee, ready for the reception cf
tho tics. Between now and September,
tho ties and rails will, it it confidently be-
liovod, tbe all laid. The contractors H.
11. Payton & Co., deterve great credit for
their energy, as also doet Staats S. Taylor
Kiq., president of the road, for bit indom
itable pretervance and attention. The
depot, it it laid, on good authority, will be
built, and the cart running in time to col
obrato old Horace't election to the presi
dency of tho United States.
A mysterious circumstance occurred the
other day, the partial detail! of which we
publish ai they were handed to ui. A
man by tho namo of Turk, living on the
Kentucky tide of the river, about 18 milet
from Cairo, carried off a little
girl named Mary Alice Bote, aged
about eight years, from her mother1! res I
dence' -on Poplar street, but the exact
location we did not ascertain. She was
not missed, our informant tlatot, until
yesterday. Tho motbor is in great distress,
and earnostly requosti assistance from any
person who may have it in their power to
help her In tho recovery of the child.
New books of the following titles have
been received at Rockwell & Co.'t, on
Commercial avenue: "Caper Sauce," by
Fanny Fern; "Got Thee Behind Mo
Satan," by Olive Logan: "A Soven
Montht Run Up and Down tho World,"
by Jamei Brook; "American Cookery
Book," by Jenny Juno; "Six of One and
Half a Dozen of the Other," by H. B
Stowe, E. E. Halo, and otheri. All the
abovo worki are worthy of perusal, and
are fresh, healthy and original. "Caper
Sauce is high spiced and louche! up
sharply. Olive Logan is fully up to the
mark, and this last work evinces proofs of
originality and ii replote with keen latire.
Mr. Brooks' work is a pleasant and In
structive ono, and gives us new idea! of
the countries ho rambled through. Mri.
Bcocher and her assistants maintain their
reputation. Jenny June's cookery book
is Invaiuablo, and should find a place in
tho cntaloguo of ovory housekcepor. All
tho lato papers, magazines, etc., etc., at
Rockwel & Co.'i. Commercial avenue.
BOARD OF ALDERMEN,
Caiso, lm., July , 1871.
Present Aldermen Fbllllt, Rearden,
Safford, Stratton and Swayne 6. Mo
On motion of Alderman Safford. ad
journed to meet at 7 o'clock on to-morrow
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
Council Chamber, 1
Cairo, Ills., July 10, 1872. J
Present Aldermen Phillls, Rearden,
Roblnton, Safford, Scaso, Standi, Swayne
and Walder 8.
An ordinance entitled "an ordinance to
determine and fix the amount of revenue
to be raited by taxation lor tho year A .
D. 1872, for city purposes." was read a
second time, and on motion of Aldorman
Seata, adopted by the following voto:
Ayns Phillls, Rearden, Roblnton, Soate,
Safford, Standi, Swayne and Walder 8.
An ordinance entitled "an ordinance
providing for tbo conttruction of new tide
and cross walks on portions of tho west
erly side of levee ttreet" was read a tec
ond time. Alderman Robinson moved to
adopt. Lost as follows : Ayes Roblnton
and Soate-2. Nays Phillls, Bourdon,
Safford, Standi, Swayne and Waldcr-0.
An ordinance entitled "an ordi
nance providing for fencing and
Improving St. Mary's park wat read a
tocond time, and, on mition of Alderman
Swayne, adopted by the following vote:
Ayet Phillls, Rearden, Robinson, Saf
ford, Seaso, Standi, Swayno and Walder
8. Nayt 0.
An ordinanco entitled "an ordinanco in
rotation to local improvements," was read
a second time, and, on motion of Alder
man Robinson, adopted as follows : Phil
lls, Rearden, Robinson, Safford, Sease,
Standi, Swayne and Waider 8. Nays 0-
An ordinance entitled "an ordinance
providing for tho appointment of a health
officer," was read a second time, and, on
motion of Alderman Seate, adopted by
tho following vote: Ayet Phillls, Rear
den, Safford, Sease Standi, Swayne and
Walder 8. Nayi-0.
Alderman Sease moved to recontidor
the voto of this board at its last meeting,
allowing the bill of J. P. Gamble for $500.
On motion of Alderman Safford, said
bill wat then referred lack to the commit
tee on claims, for further investigation to
report at the next regular Joint session of
the city council.
On motion of Alderman Safford. tho
M. J. Howlxt, City Crek.
Fritz Scmkleh'h boor saloon, on Wash
ington avenue, west tide, between Ninth
and Tenth streets, has become a favorite
placo of retort. His Weiss beer It alwayt
cool and fresh and quoncbet thirst with
magic quickness. The bar is also stocked
with the best brands of whisky and brandy
and his line of wines is splendid. Fritz it
a courteous and clever host, and deserves
liberal patronage. Call on him.
Excellent Weiss beer at the Thalia.
CELEDRATED sinoer and
PROFESSOR, PHILIP PIIIL-
" I do not think I over taw a finer toned
organ than this one, and if I could always
find at tweet a toned organ at this one,
(Simmons & Clougb) I should never
trouble myteif to carry ono with me."
from the Detroit Peninsular Herald.
"For both interior finish and exterior
appcaranco, and in tne completeness of all
their appoinmentt, these 'Combination
Organs are perfect beauties, while for
tbolr musical qualltios, both at regardt
quantity and quality of tone, and for va
riety of exprotslon, pleasantness of touch,
ease of operation, andnllthoquallficatlont
which contribute to the perfection of a
desirablo instrument of this kind, we have
full confidence that they aro unsurpassed
by any manufacture in tho coutry.
"Tboro is no manufacturing institution of
which Detroit can more Justly feel proud,
than oi this manufactory of beautiful and
useful instruments, for the Simmons &
Clough Organ Co.'t organs are now recog
nized tho country over, as among tho vory
best tho market affords."
IFiom the Uurlington Iowa Tribune,
"Messrs. Lang & VunMetor havo Just
received a number or now organs, and
among them two recommend themselves
particularly, by a new invention which
makes tbo tone more like that of a flute
wherefore they are particularly adapted to
accompany tho voice in singing. Theso
organs are supplied with " Scribner't pat
ent" qualifying tubet. Through thlt In
vention an organ having only two sets of
reedt, it a powerful at any otbtr which
bat tlx or tight sett of rttdt."
Corscii Ciuxtta, I
Cairo, His., July 10, U7J.
Pretent Hit Honor, Mayor Lansden,
and Coundlmen Schub, Taylor, Wood
and Woodward 6.
On motion of Councilman Schuh, the
reading of the Journal wat dispensed with.
An ordinance entitled, " an ordinance
providing tor the construction of certain
sidewalks and crottwalkt, " laid over from
last meeting, was read. Councilman
Taylor moved to amend said ordinance
by striking out the words" from tbo prop
erty bonefited thereby " in the last two
lines of tho ordinanco, and inserting in
lieu thereof tbo words, " by special taxa
tion from contiguous property." Amend
ment adopted. On motion of Councilman
Taylor, the ordinance at amended wat then
adopted by the following voto : Ayes
Schub, Taylor, Wood and Woodward-4.
An ordinance entitled, " an ordinance
providing for tbo construction of cortain
sidewalks. " also laid over from last meet
ing was read. Councilman Taylor
moved to amend, by striking out all that
portion of section 8 of laid ordinance, be
tween tbo wordt " collected and " provid
ed, " and inserting in lieu thereof, the
wordt " by special taxation from the con
tiguous property at now provided for by
law. " Amendment adopted.
Conndlman Schuh also moved to
amend tho ordinance by tubstituting the
word " threo " for tho word " two "
before tho word " feet " In section 3 of tho
ordinance. Amendment adopted. On
motion of Councilman Taylor, the ordi
nance as amended was then adopted as
follows: Ayes Schuh, Taylor, Wood
and Woodward 4. Nayi 0.
The following bills having boon allowed
by tho board of aldermen, wore presented
Jos. Arnold, cash paid on accouut
ot small-pox casts i 00
L. U. Mycr, balance duo on ac-'
count of bogs impounded in
Juno io 90
Wm. McUaie, dlotlng prisoners
in June, 400 davs 200 00
A. Cain, Juno salary as city m
shal 76 00
Jos. B. Taylor. Juno salary a!
city treasurer 100 00
M. J. Uowloy, June salary ai
city clerk 100 00
L. U, Myers, June salary as chief
ol ponce 83 33
II. T. Martin, Juno salary as po
lice constable 70 00
R. F. Billingsly, Juno salary ai
police constable 75 00
C. Mobner, Juno salary as police
constable 75 00
Jab. Quinn, Juno salary as police
consiauie ia 00
Phillip Helm, Juno salary as po
lice constable 76 00
Jai C. Lahuo. Juno salary as po
lice constable 76 00
Jas. Summerwell, June salary as
boalth officer, 0 days 22 CO
E. A. Burnett, May salary as
comptroller 00 00
E. A. Burnett, June salary at
comptroller, 50 00
Tbot. McCabe, hauling drunken
man to jail 60
A. Cain, impounding and killing
84 dogt in June 84 00
John A. Koebler, 8 padlocks and
keys 1 60
E. 0, Ford, repairing dog pound.. 3 02
J no. U, Oberly, publishing coun
cil proceeding! in June and
other advertising 40 08
Hibernian firo company, 1 quar-'
ten allowance to July lit,,.. 60 00
itougn and Beady tiro company,
""H mi ...... .. ... .,.
N. Cant well, running garbago
.cart last 4 of June.. 63 83
B. Sbanncssy, P. M., May and
Juno salaries DO 00
Morris, Rood & Co.. 6,168 feet
lumber at i t M 92 84
Morris, Kood& Co., 640 feet lum
ber at $23 and 4,616 feet at $18
$ M 101 18
Morris, Rood & Co., 1,110 feet
lumber at $23 and 4.809 feet at
$18 104 17
N. A. Dovore, 21 dayi on side-walks
in Juno, 08 00
F. Bcmis, 26 days on sidowalks in
VUIIU. ....... I ...,............. a vv
Thos. Fitzgerald, 26 days on side
walks in Juno 60 00
M. Jenkins 22 days on sidowalks
in tiuno ot w
A. King, 22 days on sidewalks in
Juno 4G 00
Thos. Jones 22 davs oil sidewalks
in Juno 40
W. McHale, 24 days on sidowalks
in June 49
Peter Conlan, 24 days on side
walks In Juno 40
D. McCarthy, 24 days on side
walk In Juno. 10
Jno. Gladney hauling 118 loads
Jno. Gladney, hauling 8 car loads
C. Lame, Juno salary as Supt,
of sidowalks 76
Cairo City Gus Co., gas consumed
insircoi lamps in juiiu in uii
ol bill for S289 60 289 60
John Cabill, for filling on Syca
more street In run or bin tor
470 80 397 00
Marshall Bates, hauling a dead
cow in run of bin for fo.... z ou
Councilman Schuh moved to concur in
tho action of tbo board and allow said
bills. Carried as follows: Ayes Schuh,
Taylor, Wood and Woodward 4.
The following entitled ordinances
wero read tbo first time and laid over for
second reading, viz: "An ordinance
providing for tho uppoiutmont of a health
officer;" "an ordinanco to determine and
fix the amount of revenue to bo ratted by
taxation for tho year A. D. 1872, for city
purposes j ' "an ordinance providing for
llio fencing nnd Improving of St. Mary's
park ;" and "an ordinanco In relation to
On motion of Councilman Taylor, ad
journed to meet at 9 a. m. to-morrow.
M. J. IIowlry, City Clerk.
Cairo, Ills., July 11, inn. j
Present His Honor, .Mayor Lnnsden,
nd Councilmen Taylor, Wood and Wood
An ordinanco entitled "an ordinance to
determino and fix the amount ofrovenuo
to be raised by taxation, for the year A,
D. 1872, for city purposes," wat read a
tecond time and, on motion of Councilman
Wood, adopted by the following vote :
ayes Taylor, Wood and Woodward 3.
An ordinanco entitled "an ordinance
providing for fencing and improving St.
Mary's Park" wat read a tecond tim, and,
on motion of Counilman Woodward,
adopted at followt : Ayes Taylor Wood
ward 3. Nay 0.
An ordinance entitled "an ordinanco
in relation to local improvements," was
read a second time, and on motion of
Councilman Taylor, adopted by tho fol
lowing vote: Ayes Taylor, Wood and
Woodward 3. Nay 0.
An ordinanco entitled "an ordinanco
providing for the appointment of a boalth
officer," wat read a second time and, on
motion of Councilman Wood, adopted by
tho following vote : Ayes Taylor, Wood
and Woodward 3. Nay 0.
On motion of Councilman Wood, ad
W. J. Howley, City Clerk.
DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION
The Liberal Republican! votenofthe
18 the Congressional District aro hero by
notified to meet en vwtte) at the Court
House in tho city of Cairo July 23d at
4 p.m. for tho purpose of nominating a
candidato to bo voted for at tho November
election, A. D. 1872. Every Liberal Re
publican present will be entitled to a voto
N. L. Wickwire.
Chairman Central Committee,
of tho 18 tho congressional district.
The Liberal Republicans of Union,
Jackson and Alexander counties, com
prising the 16th senatoral district, aro ro
questetd to meet in mass convention at
tbo court house, in tho city of Cairo, July
23d, at 6 o'clock p. m., for tho purpose of
nominating n candidato fur stuto senator
and candidates for tho legislature, to bo
voted for at tho November olection A. D.
1872. Kvury liberal republican present
will be I'litlllixl to a vote.
By order of district liberal republican
tf. John Antrim, Chairman.
Ir thero are any moro unpaid claim,
against tho Firemen's pic-nic committee
thoy should bo prcscntod without delay to
Albert Susanka for paymont, as tbo com
mittee deslro to settlo up in full. 12-2t,
Groceries, low down, for cash, at T.
W. Carrlco'i new store, No. 140 Washing
ton avenue. 7-12 lwd
BIG MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any tlmo, both
day and night, with cither lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at the yard at Grand Tower, Ills,
Special contracts offered on fuvorablo
lormt upon application,
H. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Bokkk, Gt-n'l. Supt.
Sale! Agont. 3-16-ly.
The Illinois Central Rail Road Company now
offer for sale the following described lot InlFirs'
Addition to the City ol Cairo, Tls i
Lot 27 block ao. Lot 24 block S2,
it ig o, " 27 " t'J,
6 S2, " 2S 82,
S S2, 81 82,
ii 3 82, " 31 S2.
orterms.ite. apply to JAME8 JOHNiON,
Wo havo a good supply of Burnett't
Steam Cooking Vsuelt Call and to
them. A. Hallet
i MARKET REPORT,
Thursday erenlng, July It, 1872.
There It no improvement to noto In re
gard to tho genera lmarkot, which contin'ues
extremely dull. Under tho influencoof
moro favorablo advicct Irom tho south,
Corn rallied a little, but thoro It no per
coptablo chango In prices; Sales havo
been a llttlo moro actlvo and tho
markets closed to-night Arm at quotations
Flour, Oatt and Hay contlntto vory dull.
Frolghtt aro steady and unchanged.
A heavy shoor of rain visited this toe
lion to-day, laying tho dust, cooling tho
air and doing good service gonerally.
Corrcspondonts should bear in mind
that our insldo figures represent tales
from first hands unless othcrwiso stated.
In tilling orders and for small lots, the
higher prices must bo pnld.
FLOUR. The order demand Is very
light, nnd this ttaplo is very dull. There
is uo spcctilativo demand, buyers hesltato
to mako largo purchases, fcarint; a further
decline, the tendoncy of tho market being
All tho sales wo havo to report are com
prised in 600 bbls of various grades, rang
ing in prico from $0 60 to $10 00, in fill
WHEAT. Tho prices to-day reported
by tho City Mills, are, on No. 1 Whlto,
$1 30; No. 2 White, $1 26; No. 1 Red.
$1 26; No. 2 Red, $1 20; Mediterranean
$1 16; Damp or tough wheat Is unsalea
HAY. Continues doll. Receipts nro
light but moro tlinn sufficient for tho de
mand, Tho sales comprise, 2 cars Timo-
hy Mixed, delivered, nt $18 00, and 2,
curs Choico Mixed, at $17 50 per ton, de
COKN. Thuru is a bettor feeling pro
vailing in this commodity; advices from
tho south pointing to an Increased demand
at an advance In prices.
WHITE COltN.-Prlccs r.ro firm nnd
unchanged. Stuck light but the market is
fully supplied. 1 car sold In bulk, on
truck, at 60 c; 2 cars Choice, In bulk, sold
on track at 61o; 2 cars, in bulk, on track(
brought 49S0c, nnd 3 curt sold to ar
riveon truck at 49c. Sales in sacks con
sist of 2 cars on southern orders at Clo ; 3
cars and 2 cars, delivered, nt COc.
MIXED COHN. Sacked nnd deliv
ercd, 1 car, & cars, and lu cars all sold at
50c JS bushel.
OAT3. Very dull. No domund. Re
ceipts light. Tho only sales wo havo to
report are, 1 car Mixed, in sacks, deliv
ered, nt 35c, and 1 car Mixed, in bulk, on
track, at 29c.
MEAL. Is in fair supply and fair de
mand. 180 bbls kiln dried delivered sold
ut$2 96; 100 bbls nnd 600 bbls steam
dried brought S3 0? delivered ; 600 bbls
steam dried ar.d 100 bbls kiln dried sold
nt $2 90 delivered.
BUTTER-LStrlctly Choice is scarce
and in active requett nt our highest quota
tions ordinary, dull nnd neglected. 7
Packages Choico Northern sold at 'JOcti, 6
buckets Medium sold for 12 ctt V pound.
EGGS. Aro plenty and dull. The
market is entirely too full slocked for the
hot weather. 600 and COO Dozen, shippers
count, sold at 10 cts, 400 dozen, in bad
order,fj to 7 cts and 000 dozen 7 to 10 CM.
POULTBY.-Oood Young Chickens
aro in active demand nnd scarce. Old aro
dull, no other kind of poultry In market.
4 Coops Cbolco Young Chickens brought
$2 76, nnd 3 Coops Good Young, S2 60.
PROVISIONS. Are active. Wo noto
an advance on nil kinds of smoked meals,
the stock on the market is light.
HAMS. 1200 !bi plain, country, sold
at 10c, packed and delivered.
BACON. 500 lbs clear ribbed sides,
packed nnd delivered, told at 73c.
LARD. 10 Packages, nnd 20 Packogcs
country lard, sold at 8J and 8c. i lb
FIIUITS. All varieties of northern
fruits aro coming in. Oranges and Lem
ons aro scarce, and high. Tho retail stores
appear to bo woll supplied with ripe
Peaches, Apples nnd Water-incllons. 1
Car Wator-mellons, tblppcd from Mem
phis, sold at $20 00 hundred. 31 boxes
Peachct, bushel each, sold at $1 25
box. Black berries aro telling at 3040c.
TOM ATOES.-60 Boxes sold at 76c.
POTATOES AND ONIONS.-Tbo
Local demand is supplied by wagons from
tho country. Tbero is no shipping call,
and wo can givo no established prices.
BRAN. No domund at any prico. No
LIME.-Sclls in lots at $1 25 bbl.
CEMENT, Largo quantities nro han
dled hero at $2 00 "S bbl.
PLASTERING HAIR. It tolling nt
whole sale ut 35c. 'S busliul.
HIDES Green tt77ic ; Cured, OGjJje
Green Calf j3 lb 12$lUc. ; Cured Calf, H
14 Jc. ; Dry Flint, 10c. ; Dry Salt, 121c. ; Sheep
pelts each, 25340c.
SALT. Caimwha bbl- if 2 23 ; Dairy
bbl. 93 23.
TEAS Imperial, $1 10(5140; Gunpotv
dcr, ?1 001 60 ; Oolong b.uek, ?1 001 30;
Young Hyson, $1 00(a,l 40.
COFFEE Java, 3032c. ; Lngusyra, 23
27c. ; Ulo, Prime to Choice, C327c.
LAUD IteUned, in tierces 1 lb, 010c. ;
In kegs, t5 lb, 10101c
HAMS. Sugar Cured, cnnvus-ied, $i lb,
121.11c. Country, 8J10c. ; Shoulders Ba
con, 5J0c. ; Clear Sides Bavon, 7J(58c.
CHEESE. Now York Factor)', new, "i b
BROOMS. Common House ) dozen, 92
60 ; Choice to Extru, 93 003 76 ; S. 11. H 50
BEESWAX, t lb 30c.
TALLOW, W lb 7c.
SUGAR New Orleans, Prlmo to Choice
S3 tb ll12c ; Coffee A. 1313,c. ; Crushed
and Powdered, 1313)c; Granulated, 16
C 1JIUX 0 SjUVlKV gUIIUII, OOLIfA Wj
New Orleans, 7080c.
BAGGING. Gunnies, 18101c. ; Bur
SEEDS.-Mlllct bushel, $3 50 Hunga
rlan, 93 60 ; Timothy 93 60,
BRANDY. llennessy $ gallon, best, 92
6093 00; Slgnette,92 GO.
WINE.-Fort, gal. 92 503 00; Sherry,
92 23Q3 00 ; Cutowbn, 92 60 ; Claret '(i case,
WHISKEY Rectified, per gnl. 85c91 60;
Bourbon, 93 00; Rye, 2 75; Wheat now
91 50 ; High Wines, 91 00.
FREIGHT. COTTON, Compressed, to
New York, 83c. ; to Boston 91 00. Uu
compressed, to New York, 91 14 ; to Bos
FLOUR. To Nkw York, V bbl., 1 00
o Boston, l 70.
PAUL G. SOHUH'S Pre
scription Drug Store is open
day and night. All prescrip- t
tions carefully and neatly fill
ed with dispatch. The largest
and finest selections of Toilet
Articles, Vases and sundry
Fancy Goods of all descrip
tions just received and sold by
polite and attentive clerks at
tho lowest figures Satisfy
yourself by a call. 6231m
W. M. Williams, Jas. Kinsley,
I.nU of Vlclobura-, Mim, Lata ol Oln't), I
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
FOIIWAKD1NO AND COMMISSION
65, OHIO LEVEE,
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V A I N T ' E K .
GRAINING and MARBLING of every deicr ifllcn
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Particular illr mion li 19 l
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Ord'ra follcllM for Hcnrry In OtL or WATLlt
C0LUR24, Fretcoind l!anur Fainting, and
wnrk warrmltd ahtfactory.
OLASS SUUW CAKDS nf all ttaorlptlona, Glide d,
Plain ai.d Ornamental.
Allworktruji.fi to mi car will be promptly
attrn'ied to, P,ic- rpoderate. Prtli'Ular at
ttntlonto irado wi.tk. Hhop In tha Pan lioue
In Tin mat's ntd aland, corner Ccmmtrclal are
nun ami Kljctitb at., Cairo, 111. 7-1 tf.
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130 Commercial Avknok, Cairo, III.
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WATER COOLERS. '
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SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
&c, &c dec.
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Tin, Siikit iron & Copmr Ware
tolo Axente for the celebrated
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Gray's Patent Coal Oil Oaks,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
FCANTLIH & COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS.
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Warranted a aur care lot amolclng uhlmnlCi
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