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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN,' SATURDAY, AUGUST 10," 1872,
, .AMbPIre Co. will receive coaled propo-
WW tto motion frn new encme iioiic
..M itteof their present btilldlnp, for
mt tatsre work n! material, to finish nnd
fMtfitet the building according to plan and
mwMwtlon on exhibition now at the
Mm of lo Kith. Bids will be opened on
Mm IMblHM. Company rccrvcs the right to
reject mi iuu.
pmcnrUUr, f Committee.
WOOD HlTTItXHOUftK, j omnll,,rPt
ItKOULAR CAIRO. 1'ADUCAU EVANS-
Yll.l.fc OfcMI-n Kr.Kljl L. J.
Th Faat nd Elegant PaMtnitr Steamer
Jack On.ooiitn, Master.
En. Thomak, Clerk.
ry Leaves Cairo for Paducah and Evnns-
Tlue, every Thursday and Sunday ccnlng,
nt 0 o'clock, connecting at Evansvlllo with
the Louisvillo and Cincinnati packet?. For
freight or pwufte apply to
Jamk8Bioo Passenger Ag't
REGULAR CAIRO, PADUCAH EVAN 8
VILLE SK.MI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The flue Passenger Packet
e5TLoaves Cairo for Padneah and Evans-
board or to
cry Tueday nnd Friday evening nt 0
t or rrcignt or pawagc appiy
James Binns, Passenger Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVILLE
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINK PACKET.
Tlie line low pressure Pnciiger Packet
W.B. PENNINGTON.. Maslcr.
ISTLeavea Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening ut tl o'clock, for Paducah
and Evansvillc. ' For freight or passage ap
ply on hoard or to
JAMKdBlGOS, Passenger Ag't.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three tripa daily.
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At ll......... i.m.
At 4'30 ....p.m,
LKAYINd aOtMD CITT
At 8:30 Jl.Dl.
At 1:30 pm.
At c MM....M.....p.m.
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rrv r.i II .njt ' ivuia , lu uifvr.B lui f. wv.
Will land, whn hailed, at any cond iotermediaie
andinglorpiuMengrrsor freight, nnvltf.
0AI11O AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
PaklleatlAa Bflle, Balletla tinllitlnt;
Stanley Brown, Capt.
Least Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at t
swsa. For Irelghtor paaaage. apply on board or
jsawr jus biqos, Ag't,
Our Homo Advertisers.
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Oier M. J. MeOauIej's drug moi
oear corner Commercial avenue, and Elj
leenlh atreet. 3-31tf
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
T ESIDE.NCK No. 21 Thirteenth etreet, be.
XV tweea Waahington avenue and Walnut atreet.
utnoe li I Commercial avenue, up ulalra.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
DESIDKNOE-cornerNinth and Walnut sta,
XVOmi-e coiner Hlith atreet and Ohio levee.
Umce houra from 6 a,m. to la m.. and 8 p.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
O EVIDENCE Corner Nlnetienth street and
JLli Waahington avenue, near court house. Of'
nee over Arier'a Grocery more, Orflco Houra Irom
10a.m. to IX m. and Irom 2 to 4 p. m.
B. S. BRIG HAM, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Of
tlce 186 Commercial avenue. Itetldenco on
Tenth itrect three doors went of O.K. Woodward-
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (bxcoxd tloor) onto lktxk,
Bur and Sill Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELE
Aad prepare OonTeTaneen nf Klndr!
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
, OBEKLY CO.,
Bulletin Buildiiig, corner of 12th
street and Washington avenue,
I Cairo, Illlinos.
t All kinia of Ilindingand Ruling done at tbe
veryloweat pricea. llaving engaged tho aervi-
cea of Mr. lluela, who haa had many yeara
i experience In one of Lett Hlnderiea of Bt. Louia.
to eUDerintend tni. Aftiahliflhmn, w
fldestly promlae our patron wurk equal to tba'
of any Bindery In the weat.
B M: lie
Oun Lxysm Caibo, III.
oanaaa raonrrtv riutn
II . T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
ritUr'a aad Wumbcr'a material, Wood
paupa, i ob and angle valvea. atop
Duslnet on tho lovce rjulto lively
Bllllngily and Martin arc atralghtgo
Mr. Sam Hnlliduy'g now utoro ii be
ing fitted inside.
Thormomctor 04 In tho ahndo at :
p. m.; 103 In tho mn.
Munn is Eost on a mixed trip
pleasure nnd politics
3lay somebody or something fly away
with tins not weather.
Sheriff Irvln was bitten in tho fnco
by a dog tho other day. Tho wound Is
-Tho German School Society of Cairo.
at a lato meeting, elected Uornco Oreo
loy an honorary motnber.
Dr. Wnrdncr Is having brick lmulod
for his new storo on Commercial nucnuc,
south of Dr. Artor's storo.
Tho Democrats and Liberals of the
city' aro "down in tho mouth," In conso-
quenco of tho nows from North Carolina.
Clark, tho Illinois Contrnl railroad
man, reported assasinatcd, donios tho re
port and protests his ability to livo n century.
ino negro wene:: cutting scrapo
did not occur at John Curran's saloon, as
reported to us, but at a Mrs. Clavins on
Mr. Jack Hodges is a supporter of
Mr. Popo against Mr. Wobb for County
Attornoy. Tho nrrangemcnt was made a
few days ago.
Wo woro assured again yestorday
morning thnt tho hub factory would go
nto oporation Jwhon Mr.JMorgan roturn.
and ho is expected homo every day.
itemcmber the discourso on the sub
ject : "What if Christianity bo truo ?'' nt
Winter's block, Sunday ovoning, 4:I!0.
Christians not invited to hear.
The 'Sun,' wo aro told, had a compli
mentary notlco of Thi Sunday Bulle
tin, but our copy of that isuo did not
como to hand. Thanks, nevertheless.
In making up our Hour1 statistics, wo
overlooked, inadvortently, tvo prominent
dealers, viz.: Mr. JC. W. Grcon. nnd Mr.
D. Hurd. Wo shall givo thoir figures
Fred Whltcamp, tho newly appointed
policeman, will mako n iailhful and oflW
clcnt officer when ho has loarnod thoropos.
Ha Oils tho vacancy occasioned bv tho
rwlgnation of Quinn.
Mr. Mnxwell, formorly of Cairo, now
agent of the Wost Virginia Oil nnd Oil
Land Company, St. Louis, called on us
yesterday. Wo aro tinder obligations to
Mr. Maxwoll lor a can of Lubricating Oil,
ho bostarttclo of its kind in uso.
Tho Llboral Club is progressing
finely, but tho man who runs it has incon
tinently gono back on Tub Bulletin.
Ho won't allow us unhappy men that
wo aro to oven inform tho public of pro
posed meetings, but loaves us alono with
At tho meeting hold in 'Snuiro Bross'
ofllcoon Wednesday oveninc. tho 7th
nstnnt, Prof. L. Krugor was appointed
teacher of tho German school, Fourteenth
street. Wo conoratulate tho Professor on
his appointmont, and think ho will provo
an abloand successful instructor.
T. J. Craig. J. H. Atherton nnd ,T.
W. Davis, a committco of arrangomonU,
havo advertised a grand Grcoloy nnd
Brown barbocuo at tho Kichwood school
house, near Unity, on Suturduy, August
24. "Como yo to tho beautiful groves of
Richwood," is tho invitation of tho com
raitteo. Wo will try.
Wo return hearty thanks to Mr.
Adams, suporintendont of tho Kevntlnn
Mills for his generous and tinlookod for
present of a half barrel of tho bost Hour
from now wheat. Mr. Adams is a whole
soulod, kind-hearted Christian, and such
tokens as tho above help to smooth ovor
tho rough road of life.
A poor, misorablo looking object of
compassion, terribly afflicted with rheuma
tism, as ho said, was sitting in front of a
prominent snloon on tho lovoo yesterday
morning, seeking for help. Ho wus tumble
to uso his right hand. Ho hailed from
Vicksburg. Joo Arnold wus talking to
him, and, on Inquiry, Joo informed us he
was going to send him back ngain.
Cutting, shooting and'stabblnc aro to
coming qulto too common In this locality
Tho troublo is, tho desperadoes who tuko
life always escapo punishment. Tho nub
Ho aro losing sight of tho Harrison-Swo-
boda tragody, and wo havo not tho least
doubt Harrison will go unwhipped or just
ico bo turned out to nssasslnato eomo
Thursday, nbout ten o'clock, there
was tn tho nortwestorn sky a beautiful,
and for this tlmo of tho year an unusual
display of tho Aurora Borealls. Tho baso
was of a pure white color, graduating as it
shot up toward tho zonith In tapering,
spiko-like points, Into a rich scarlot. It
workvd around from tho northeast to tho
west and gradually faded nway.
Wo aro glad to learn from Mr. E. W.
Green, himself, that ho is going to build a
now corn mill this corning fall. Wlion ho
does commenco it, it will bo pushed ahead
with vigor. Tho engine ha, already been
X , "uuul 10 " Prominent Cairo builder
lbats right. Let's clrculalo tho medium
at homo. The Bulletin is always forc.
most with local itoius, as well as foremost
In making known tho possibilities, fitclli.
tics, etc., of Cairo, nnd how its citizens are
inn is mo time when tho purple
grapes in uaccnannl profusion rcol to
earth, purplo and gushing; and tho chief
Geo. E. Olmstead, member of tho
Democratic-Llboral committoo of tho con-
grcsslonal district, from Popo county, was
In tho city Thursday, on his way to attond
tho mooting of tho committoo nt Anna
Mr. Olmstead, whon ho resided in Cairo,
was ono of tho most uncompromising
Jtauicnis, but ho followed Sumr.or, Trum
bull, Schurz, Greeley and tho othor great
mon of tho Republican party Into tho
Liberal ruovemont, and ho Is now rod-hot
in the cause.
Sqttiro Bross swayed tho whip of justlco
yesterday morning. Tho infantile "Joo."
introduced his friend with whom ho hold
a confldonllnl Intorviow tho evening pro
.fames B. Holland, for blowing off too
much gas of an obnoxious quality and for
tolling nnothor man thnt ho distrusted tho
accuracy of li Is recollections, synonym
for "you'ro another," etc. and sich, was
presented with his gas bill, which, being
unablo to liquldnto, ho was consigned to
tho hyglcno Institute of Dr. Mnc. for 10
In Sqttiro Bross' court yestordnv n.m
tho colored savage, Llzzio Norman, who
mulcted tho tcrrlblo gashes on tho person
of her victim, as recorded in The Bulle
tin of yesterday, had her trial. Sho was
hold in $200 ball to keep tho peace, and
in default thorcof returned to McIIale's
cngo of curlosltlos. Tho knlfo uod wo saw
in court. It was a largo butcher knife.
Oilier cases woro on, when wo left, for of
fensivo language, otc.
Cditoii Cairo Bulletin :
Once moro to tho broach ; onco moro
coMxf eiat; with crouching form and bated
breath move wo on to tho final attack.
Why don't tho city replenish her do-
plcted genoral fund by compollnc buck-
slers on wheeh to pny a Hconso for mer
chondlslng? Within tho last thirty days at
least nvo hundred of thoso sncculatinii
merchandising pcddlors have used tho
public streets to dlsposo of their wares
which thoy havo bought at othor places for
tho purposo of speculation, and now our
streets nnd sidowalks must go to ruin for
want of funds. If tho aforosald wheel
merchants woro required to pay ten dol
lars each, samo us resident peddlers pay,
It would havo procured for tho citv tho
sum of 5,000. This would havo paid tho
mayor, city clork, cltytomptrollor, nnd
for ono or two broken legs, nnd tho city
fathors would not seem to bo such disinter
ested parties to tho cltv's welfare.
no treats j and not
with the matter
vh.jt o, out thai tho manner,
iyio, tono of volco, and Ian
guago used should bo at the samo time
clear and simple. It Is to this end tbat
teachers are now belntr furnished with
gratuitous loctures, and judging from tho
eager attention which tho loctures aro ro
colved, they will provo lnvaluabloto thoso
In attendanco, who will hereafter be em
ployed in the publlo sohools of this countv
Of tho twent-two teachers present, only
tnroe were males. Wo don't think there
enn bo any complaint of woman's wrongs
in tnia Instrnco
A very strange occurronco tcok nlaco
Thursday about two o'clock in tho morn-
tig, which looks very much liko an at
tempt to rob tho City National Bank.
Wn ,.;, . t i
B,,u mo jmrncuiars ns inoy woro
given to in by an employeo of tho express
omco. "i saw them (two mon) standing
around for somo timo ; aftor a while heard
n uoor sum; looked around; got up off
my chair nt tho door of tho oxpross of-
jico; wont around towards tho bank door,
and beforo I got to tho door
two men enme out quickly. Thoy tlion
wont off. Aftor a whllo ono of them
catno back nnd said to mo, 1 Wo wore
fooling nround just now, nnd ono of tho
follows pushed mo against tho door of the
bank and it flew opon.' "
Wo toll tho tale as it was told to us
with tho rocommendntion to aitizens in
general, bo sure to lock your dcors at
night, lctt thoy fly open.
FitnuY, August 7.
Tho session, boing no w hold consocuti vely
with nn intermission of fifteen minutes at
12 o'clock, wo prcsont a briof synopsis of
tbosuhjocts treated, kindly furnished us
by Prof. Kirk, without tho usual distinction
of morning and aftornoon.
school management and oovkiinment.
Among tho requisitos in tho toachor for
good government is :
1. Solf Govornmont.
a. As to tho possession of ancor. or in.
diligence in petulance or exhibition of
b. As to levity of conduct or looseness
c. as to tho treatment of pupils that
aru niarKoa by somo peculiar trait of
character, or somo unfortunato physical
CAIRO IKON WORKS.
Messrs. Kcod & Mann, Ohio lovoe,
started thoir establishment in 18C2, (ten
years ago), with a capacity to work (16
hands. Thoso were high old times for
making money, when tho lovco was
crowded with transports and gun boats
uui although thoy do not employ so many
workmon at prosont, they aro doles: a flno.
steady trado. Thoy aro at prosont ongngod
TWO MILL KNMNE,
for partlos whose nnmos wo did not learn.
11 . . . '
uiiu iibvo also a great deal of other work
on hand. Durinc tho nast venr thov havo
built two tug boats for St. Louis, besides
sovornl river engines. Thoir
IllON and ukass foundries
aro In full blast, and their up and down
rivor business is very considerable. Their
Is furnished with a number of forges, sup
plied liko tho Vulcan Works with the pat
ent blower instead of tho old hollows
THE MACHINE SHOP
is furnished with tho newest and bost ma
chinery for nil descriptions of work, such
ns shaftings, pulleys and hangors, railroad
and bridge work, propeller whcols, sugar
mills, otc. They employ first-class me
chanics in all departments. Tho foreman
of tho machino shop is Mr. Thomas Keane,
who has been in thoir employ for tho lone
period of fifteen years, a fact that is com
mentary onough on both tho firm nnd Mr.
Tho foreman of tho foundry is L. G
Rulce, nnd John Fitzgernld of tho pat
In addition, Mr. J. B. Rcod of tho Arm.
keeps a largo wholcsalo and retail iron
and hardware store. Tho firm, by por
sevoranco, havo not only acquired a
croditablo nnmo for themselves and thoir
establishment, but havo also benefitted tho
city by tho employment of twenty good
nanus, nna in other ways. Somo years
during tho war, thoir gross receipts
amounted in a single year to $168,000, in
. i -i . . .. .
vuu luuuury mono I uunng me lust year
tnoir business rocoipts havo amountod, in
round numbers to $50,000. Who says
Cairo is not a good placo for any kind of
business l o pnuso for an answor.
Girls wishing to bo instructed in Mu
sic, or to attond a night school should call
on Miss Fitzgerald, at tho Gibson Houso,
on commercial avenuo, corner of 4th
street, Cairo. .3t.
A. Hnlley has received a largo assort
ment or stcol bolls suitablo for farmers.
ecnooi ceils, otc. 8-lOlt.
Steamer Catnolla, Louisville.
Honry Ames, N. Orleans.
W. II. Brown, 8t. Louis..
Arlington, St. Louis.
Clipper, St. Louis.
N. W. C.
Jim Fisk, jr., Paducah.
Hollo St. Louis, St. Louis.
Stcamor Camolla, Louisvillo.
" Idlowlld, Kvansvlllo.
" Umpire, Nashvlllo.
" Henry Ames, St. Louis.
" W. II. Brown.
" Arlington. Cincinnati.
" Cllpnor, Paducah.
" N. W.O.Coal mines.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, jr., Paducah.
" Bollo St. Louis, St. Louis.
1110 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any tlmo, both
day and night, with eithor lump orchost-
nut coal, In any quantity, nnd on usun
torms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorablo
terms upon application.
H, V. Ol.YPHANT,
D. A. Bokee, Gcn'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-16-ly.
1IOAT8 TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tho relinblo and favorite Belle Memphis
is tho regular anchor lino boat leaving for
Memphis and nil way landings this even
ing at G o'clock.
Tho flno packot Quickstep leaves to-day
at G o'clock p.m., for Evansvillo nnd all
points on tho Ohio river.
Tho elegant and fast City of Holona is
tho anchor lino boat to leave for St. Louis
and way landings this ovoning at six
Jim Fisk Is tho packet leaving for Pa-
duculi and way landings this ovoning nt
4 o clock.
CONDITION or THE RIVEKS.
The Ohio at this point continues to do-
cllno steadily. Tho condition of tho Ohio
abovo horo is getting worso every day.
Cumberland and Tonncssoo rivers both
falling. On Harpcth Shoals there is less
than two foot. Tho dccllno in tho Ar
knnsas river continues. No change In tho
condition of tho Mississippi.
IIUSINE8S AND WEATHER.
Business was a liltlo dull on tho lovoe
yestorday. Thnro is considerable frolght
on hand ready to go forward. Tho sun
camo down boiling hot all day.
Tho Camolla brought down a fnlr lood
of assorted frclcht for Southern norts
hho returned to Louisvillo this morning
1 lie) Idlowild arrived with 2S0 tons re-
shipping freight, and a fair list of people
Tho Umpire, from Nashville, brought a
Tho Honry Ames passed up, for St
Louis, with a slim trip.
Tho Arlington had a fair load for tho
Tho Clipper passod up for Paducah
The Bello St. Louis had a fair load, and
received considerable here.
tho family o
ALSO ASIIT fOB
Bawtfcen Falosst Kry jsta MeUr
Koll!fA'r,ll,.,Co'! Aatomatlo WaUi
raaaltepply Valve for steaa trailers.
I, BLOCK. OOMMIBCIAL-AVMU
Cairo dopot for tho bost in tho market I;
at Ilixby ic "Wiloy's grocery storo. Mr.
Emmcrt, of Villa Ridge, has made that
store hie, headquurlers, and has alwavs
there a large quantity of tho moH luscious
grapes ever put Into human month ; ntid,
what is more, ho is determined to sell
them cheaper than the cheapest. "Wo
have sawplod them, and we advise all our
readers to " go and do likewise."
iiirus was discussed, and distinction
urawn nnd similarities noticed botweon
Mammals and Birds. Birds nra
Oviparous Arortihrates, warm-blooded with
double circulation, and covered with
feathers, hnving tho skull unitod with
spinnl column Jby ono condyle instead of
two as in Mammals. Red corpuscoles are
nucleated, and respiratory orguns am com
posed of n pair of lungs connected with
air tubes and air sacs In different parts of
t no nouy.
i.v...., . I....... ...
i mo iiiuua luriuiimiing with no morn
than two finger ending In claws and
imiumeu inio wings. ,'sKeioion compact
nnu ngnt becnuso tho bones nro filled
with air, thus fitting them for an aerial
Bonk consisting of two mandibles par
tially sheathed In horn, tho margins of
which nro sorrated or furnishod with
trnnsvorso plates, digestive organs and
NATURAL l'lllLOhOI'II Y.
Inertia, divisibllity,atoiiisan(f moleculos,
porosity, density, rarity, compressibility
expansibility nnd gravitation woro treatod
11 hut Justice to tay
Prof. Kirk keeps up tho attention
f those privileged teachers who
have the wisdom to attend unllaggingly.
Ho appears lo bo entirely master 0f the
subject ho treat, of, and It would be mpo,.
siblo to estimate tho results of these
courses of instruction too highly.
Wo havo long been of thu opinion u,ftt
whenever possiblo, instructions In schools
even In tho primary, should bo Imparted
ur.d Illustrated by familiar lectures. But
In otdor to accomplish this deslrablo
method, how nccossary is it that the
toacher should bo thoroughly acquainted
Wo respectfully inform tho citizens
of Cairo and vicinity that wo shall open
on or about tho 1st of September, 1872, In
Ncffs new brick building on Eighth
street, with an entire new and elegant
siock oi dry goods, clothing, otc.
o-ioti.-tt. Blum & Amson.
Prof. L. Krugor is proparod to give
prlvato lessons In olcmentary as well as in
ino Highest branches of education In tho
English, German, French nnd ancient
languages, at tho rosldonces of thoso desir
ing Instruction, from Monday the 12th
Inst. Inquire at Judgo Bross' office
Ilium s Amson will open about tho
1st oi boptomber with a new stock of
clothing, dry goods, boots and shoes, etc.,
wnicn win bo soloctod by Mr. Blum in
tho Eastern markots, during this month
His largo experience in the business and
ncquaintanco with tho wants of tho people,
will onablo him to mako his stock full and
completely suited to all classes and ages.
Kemcniber tho placo NcfTs new brick
building on Eighth streot, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues.
Proposals will bo rccoivod by oithor of
tho undersigned, until Monday August
mn, lor six hundred cubic yards of
"earth filling " (moro or loss) at public
school building, corner of Thirteenth and
City National Bank Bnlldlua;.
MHpeclal attention paid to orders Irorn Mejm
boats night or day
Thursday Eveninc. AtieiiMS. 187'.
Tho genoral market during tho week
lias been dovoid of special changes. Bus
iness bas been quiet Grain of all kinds
is in abundant supply and prices aro weak
Transactions in Oats are confined to tho
ordor trade, tho margin boing too small
Tho weather for two or threo davs has
been excessively hot, but n heavy showor
oi rum ion mis aitornoou, laying tho dust
anu rendonng tho tomperaturo much
moro agreeable lor business.
Freights aro unchanged.
warcorrcsponuonts should boar In
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from first hands, unless
othsrwiso stated, and that in filling small
oraors nigner prices must bo paid.t
FLOUR. Market vory quiet and un.
changed, a few orders continuo to como in.
ino stock on hand is light, but the do-
Wo noto sales of CI bbls. choico New
XXX on track at '$7 00; 39 bbls. choico
flow Super at 4 76; 100 bbls. old,
mnous grnues on ordors at S3 OOffiS 00 1
dn 1,1,1. xt.... . . '
.... huh. various rrm na nl
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5 G08 50, Sulos to-day bv OitvMilh
Galena sold oarly on ordors at 36c37cl
CORN MEAL.-Ouiotand nlllllodull
good supply on tho mnrkot ; our reports
consist of 17f. bbls K. D. del at SJ 00;
300 bbls S. D. nt $2 00 dol ; 200 bbls
uochors Caloric on p. t. nnd 30 bbls
" Jtvomng Star " City Mills steam drlod
at $3 00
BRAN, Vory quiet and dull, 20 tun
sold nt Hi 00 in bulk.
BUTTER. No snlo for anything below
strictly choico, 15 Pkgs choico sold at 10
18 cts, 10 Pkgs Choico Northorn sold nt
10 cts, 10 do do sold at 18 cts.
EGGS. Slow and dull, tho old stock
cannot bo worked off, strictly fresh nrrl
vals aro worth lo cts by tho package, 11
ooxos sold nt TfJlOcts.
CHICKENS.-Plenly nnd dull, mar
kct ovor stocked. 0 Coons Younc brought
rue m n . . - o
i ovw.j ou, 2 do Old Huns $3 25
KUIT. Mnrkot supplied by country
wagons. Ho sales lo report.
PROVISIONS.-Aro scarce, and mar
Rot holds firm for nil kinds of smoked
1000 lbs. choico country Hams, sold at
lie; 4000 lbs choico clear sides Bacon,
country cured, sold ntOc. : 1000 lbs. choico
shouldors brought 7c; 2000 lbi. shouldors,
GJc.,nnd 1000 lbs. canvassed Hums, country
cured, sold at 12c.
PLASTERING HAIR.-Is sellinir at
LIME. Sells in -lots nt SI 25 "fi bbl
CEMENT. Soils nt wholesale at 2 00
(2)2 SO f! bbl.
WHEAT Tho prices to-dllV. rennrtml
' l".Vu' "', Jfo. 1 Whllo
51 o'jjio. . White, $ 30: No. 1 Rod.
O nrv . xr 4it ,.. ... .... '
oo, io. uea, 5,1 .j; .Mediterranean,
$1 20. Daliil) or touuh wheat Is una.ilnn.
SACKS. It( sewed Gunnies 18l9i
Corn Burlaps, 2J Hup. Ku, 18 cts. 1m
proved Gunnies, 2i Binbol, 21 cts. Oat
Burlaps, 5 Bushel 23 cts. Cotton seam
less bags, 35 to 38 cts each.
POTATOES Ac ONIOVN.'Vnll,lnn
doing, nnd no quotations can bo given.
I r.. Imperial, T.VTlI 2ft: (iutmnw.
dcr, 7ftl i!ft ; Oolong Work, 7ftl 00
Young llyeon, 1 oo&l 40.
OUr r EL .lava. iMfTUMie. : LiiL'tinvm. aft
Itlo, Prime to Choice, 'JiJ to 25c.
I. All!) Hellncd, lnllerccHri lh, lp t 0e. .
In kejfH. -ritr,, 11 to 12c.
HAMS. Sugar Cured, eanvawed, J lb,
lft to 17c. Shoulders Bacon 7J to 81c; Clear
.Sides Bacon, 0 lo lOc; Breakfast Huron, in
CIlEKSi:. New York Factory, new, rl tt
14 to ir.c.
IlItOOMS. Common !loue 1 dozen, $1
ftO ; Choice lo Extra. oor- 7ft ; S. . j I fto
HKKMVAA, lt .'iOe.
SOAP. Schaell'er't (ieniiiin
1 -n.l.u , f! 11) iC.
SUGAR New Orleans, Prime to Choke
1 tt.ll12c ; Collee A. 12 to i:ie. ; Cni.hod
and Powdered, I4J l I.V. Gramilatcd, 14J to
SVBUP.S Choice -p gallon, bftcQjil (a);
New Orlean, "OjNic.
SEEDS. .Millet htiahel, 82 00 ;
FREIGHT COTTON, Coinproe.ed, lo
New York, Kic j to Boston i?i oo. Un
comprc-cd, to Xkiv York, 81 14 ; to Bos
FREIGHT TO MEMPJHS.-Flottr. 'm
uaj, rtoo; corn f cwt., 15c. ; Oats, l.V
i minor fj ni, 2.,,.. ; Apples 'Jftc. : l'ork
i". . i,.,., . . . . ' '
. iiniMicy uue: L.uiii her. mr M ft? nn
ueavy irtight "rt cwt., lftc.
UO NEW 0LEANS.-HourV bid.. 10c
roiatoes, aoc. ; Apples. ;Wc. : Pork, rife
i niKcy, ,oc. ; liny "H ton, 80 00: Cviei
cHi., i.jc.juats 1 1 le ; Tobacco "p hhi.
w ; cotton -f! bale, 81 N) ; Ltiinber V M
w. jieavy ircisiit, v cwt. 17c,
Our Homo Advertisers.
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JtKTAJL AND rillCSCItlPTIOX
Cor. H'aabliiBloa A v. nml Klulitb Hi.,
Mr. Smith, confectioner, in Budcr
new brick building, Washington nvenue,
has ono of the best and coolest ico erimm
saloons in tho city, elegantly fitted up, and
where you can also partake of tho choic
est bon-bons, cakes, pics, etc,
1..1...1 1... , .
nimseii. 110 hub a hno now
oven 111 the rear, and everything is scru
jiuiuuiiy cioan nnu tidy, in addition to
this ho has n splendid soda fountain, syr
ups of nil descriptions, nnd his oblls-lnt?
auaoio deportment, is all thnt can bod
sired by tho most fastidious.
lishment is flrst-cluts
alnut strcots. Tho work will bo clvon
to the lowest responsible biddor, nnd to bo c"prio 200 1.1,'. Whito Wlieat Family nt
1 -l.,l , . 1 ! .. - - . . . . CD ,1!. ,,n I 1
Luiiijiiuiuii oh or ooioro me loth day of ,ui ouu ouis. white wliout XXXX
D. Hurd, )
M. B.Hurroll, School Directors.
.1. B. Phillls. J
100 boxes Star Candlos;
100 Caddies Virginia Tobacco;
100 boxes Shaoffor's Model Soap ;
25 hhds. Now Orloans Sugar ;
25 bags Peaborry Coffoo;
20 bags Costa Rio Coffeo ;
GO sacks Choice Rio ;
60 sacks Prlmo Rio ;
20 boxes Factory Choose ;
just rocoived and for sale at low prices at
it Sthatton 4 Bird'n.
un -Monday noxt tho sheriff will soli
tiolinquont lots nnd Innds for tho tnxos
unpaid on tho samo, for tho year 1871.
at $8 25; 100 bbls. Whito Wheat XXXX
at7 75; 150 bbls. Whito Wheat XXX
at 7 50.
HAY. Markont bare. There Is
good demnnd for choico Timothv. tn (.
Isfy tho ordor trado, and nono arriving; a
few enrs would find rendv sulu nt nnrnnt.
siuo quotations. Sales reported nro, 4
can cnoice Timothy dol. nt $20 00 and 1
carol choico mixed dol, at $17 00,
CORNThoro is still a good ordor do-
mand for Whito at iowor prices. Recoipts
.or niBi iew uays havo boon llboral. Tho
marKot is well supplied and prices are
weak. Tho supply of Mixed is lartro and
no demand. Whito closed to-day at 5Ce
""1 ".iuu uiiu uonvereu.
.-.i, ujhh . jjaics consist, nf r.
cars m sacks, dolivorcd, 58o ; 4 cars in
"ma, on track, (sold early) at 50c ; 5
Wm. Ehlers, at hlsshopon Twentieth
street, opposlto the Court Houso hoto), is
mnnutacturing boots and shoes, of ovcrv
siyio anu variety, warranted to givo pur
fectsatlsfaction. He keeps gonuino French
calf nnd gives his customers nil ho prom
1 win sou my brick cottaco and two
101s, on cornor of Sixth nnd Walnutstroets.
suitnblo lor any family. h avillf. nni'nn
finely finished rooms besido tho basement:
gns throughout; two cistorns, und out
houses nil complete; flno shrubbery, fruit
Enquire nt my shop on Sixth street, or
nt my rosidonco ns abovo
July 28. tf. Fred. Tn K01101.D.
George, tliu burbor, whoso main shop
is on Coinmorciiil avenuo, between Kitilit-
conth and Nineleeritli street, has opened
a branch harbor shop on Washington
avenue, opposlto tho court house Ho is n
smooth slmve, a good shnmpooor, n ijood
joker, 1ms n flno lot of toilet articles, clean
iuuis, cms unir 111 tno latest stylo, keeps
iiurp razors and scissors, nnd n clear
conscience Go nnd loan back in that
elegant barber chair and try him.
CAIRO CITY COAL
f prepared to eunulv rn.in,.,o, ,.111. .i...
' 'n. . "11 ,111) UBBI
ti. i. 1 .... .... .... acKs, del. at C6c : 3 pnra In l.t.ll.
a...u.u wu imto iiov vuv nam saiu taxes I. ,. ,' . . ' . " """1 nimmniMm ..
havo not much tlmo to spare. 8-10.21 ' Ur?"e,U 4Bc' 4 do 18c"e, and mTWUKti AJND ILLINOIS
wiuvio, 111 BUCKS, Cl tiOC. . , .
Somo of the most beautiful sola nf -MIXED CORN. 4 cars In nnb. '0ALJ.
owolry aro now being manufacturing by 80,u ut cCl '
sr. m 1 iiiuii 1.F.1 ir. fir nr inn rna viiki iwiinu !.,
OA1S. Tho now croji is arriving froeiv. Is,1, Cliarlos Hotel, will receive prompt uttcn
arket fullv .nnii,i Z1''" ''Iostauk" will brinir conl
iiarntt nnd Gold, which will be offered to No (loinnml nf. nil inJir
tho admirers of such work In a fow day, foring 32o for choico old Mixed. Tho
If any Of OUr roadnrx llnnlif linl mnrl'nl ,.!.. .1 ..!..... ... ....
nn,1.l.. .t t . . " s " " iuu ,n on
... ,,U( ur nave any ucsire to seo track, with a prospoct of still further do.
OUlll WOrif llnrtll Init 1 tU -a f . I -ear .
,vijm ' aiop inio cijiio. wo nolo Bales of 3 phm i
forma inin b '.'"'"'J . " " tH ooutnern mi-
the Kave J ."! hn" ' 4 Ctt bulk, on
vru, as zic; z cars in sack s, on ordersi
' Bttye,t drecd ladies of Broadway.
1 at 34c, and 1 car and 800 sacks, choico
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
nctweea Washington avenue and Poplar street
Where we will keep
C! O M P L K T 'I' O f ' K
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
KICK-ROOM AND NUIISKRr APPLIANCES, 1c,
Pure .SPARKLING SODA WATER
CsEXULXE PHUIT SYRUPS
Can not be excelled . We nlo draw the
Ii L UK LICK W A T EES,
A No. ft ('linOo lot nT Ctir. n( vtt-i mml.
Ity, M1U ut reasonable prleeK. Our
M II recclvo especial attention and care,
being nt all hours In charge of competent
and careful parties Prescription' carefully
roinpoundcil ut nil hotir day or night,
NONE BUT THE PUREST AND BUST
NTOVKN. TINWAKK, ETC,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers Toila
nara, uoai uoaa, nrsbnovels, Air Oatts.
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
rRooflnz. Gutlonnir. anil
work dona at ahortest nolle.
all klnda of)o
(Huccessor to P. Baup )-
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
103 Commercial Arenas,