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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1872.
HARRY WALKER A CO., I'rop'rs.
Till hou.e is newly tilted up Willi
Anil twn tine
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable Air all kind of
with the Most
are eoinpoumlcil In the most approved tylo.
ICoinc and see foryourself. They keep
on hand a line stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND
PakllrnlloH OMre. Hnllelln HnlliliUR
are spread morning uml ctcnlni; at nln
o'clock, at which all are invited to partlc
pate free of charge. S-l.'Idtf.l
And Dealer in
VEGETAMLES. FRUITS. EGGS, LAUD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
t3T All Good warranted freli, and sold
at the lowest price.
Corner 9th and St. ConuiierelnlAvc.
Happy relief to young men from the effect
01 error ana anuses in eanv inc. .Mannooi
restored. Imiiedlincuts to Marriage re
moved. New method of treutmeiit. New
and remarkahle remedies. Book and crleu
Iars sent free. In sealed olive nix,
Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No
i! South Ninth St.. Phlladolnhia. Pa. :m In
stitullon having a high reputation for honor.
auie conuuci anu proies.iomu skim.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCAH EVANS
VILLE .SEMI-WEEKLY U. S.
The Fait and Elegant Pr . ii( er Steamer
.Iack GUAMMEH, Master.
Ed. Thomap, Clerk.
flST Leaves Cairo for l'adiieah and Evan.
vlue, every Thursday and Sunday evening,
v w I uuui I.IIJ ufc AV ,111.1 tlllll
the Louisville and Cincinnati packets. For
freight or passage apply to
J AUKS 11
REGULAR CAIRO, PADUCAH & EVANS-
VILLE 8EJH-WKKKI.Y PACKET.
The line Passenger Packet
t3TLcaves Cairo for Paducali and Evans
vllle every Tuesday and Friday evening at II
o'clock. For freight or passage applv on
board or to
James llmoH, Pas-enger Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVILI.E
SEMI-WEEKLY MaII. LINK PACKET.
The tine low pressure Fa.seiiger Packet
W. B. PENNINGTON . . Master.
""Leaves Cairo every Wednesday ami
Saturday evening at tl o'clock, lor l'miiieui.
and Evansvlllc. For freight or pa-age up-
J.VMKhHmtiH, Pas-enger Ag't
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
TEA II TVU,
Anolhor wagon load of grape? nt
Judge Allen ha gono Into Mnsnc
county for n tliorl visit.
Chicken, young, fat nnd heavy, soli
for 'Jo els each, from wagons.
Tlio roof Is being put on the now
brick store of E. F. Davis, Sixth street.
Sheriff Irvin returned from Spring-
Held yesterday and report II. O. O. K.
Tomatoes, 80 cts., retailing nt some
stores fit 10 cts., nt others for 2ficts. r peck.
Largo quantitie of fruit, chickens,
vegetable, etc., arrive every day, nt low
Wo nro glad to ho nblo to imnounco
that tlio post houso Is closed, them being
Tlio Judges of tlio county court exam-
Ined tbo new wagon road from hero to
to Mound City, yesterday.
Tlio contractor litis not yet commenced
earth filling nt tlio school houso. Tlio Job
should bo done ns soon ns possible.
There will bo nnothcr address given
on Sabbath afternoon, nt Winter's block,
on Commercial avenue, nt 1:30 sharp.
Wood Elttcnhotio has shipped nnd
disposed of soventy-flvo car of oats dur
ing the past year, equivalent to .'0,000
Thermometer couldn't get nny higher
than 8S in tlio shade and 0.1 in the sun
yesterday, fjuito moderate to what il has
Tlio wnlk nrouml tho now post-olllcc
and custom houso square is to bo of asphalt,
to bo put down as oon in tlio weather be
comes cool enough to admit of its being
Alderman Wnldnr Is putting up n
fine brick ndtlilion to bis dwelling houso
on Fifth strcot, between Walnut street
and Washington nvoiuie, forty feet by
Colonel Hudson lias his substantial
brick building on Walnut street, corner
of Sixth, uj) nnd roofed. It is two stories
high, '.vith collar; dimonsicn, forty-nino
feet by twonty-four. Mr. John Major is
tho carpentor who is doing tho insido
Wo tiro informed by tho wardens of
tho Episcopal church that tho Rev. lv
Coan will return to his charge in tho bo-
ginning of September. In tlio meanwhile
Sabbath morning sorvicos will contlnuo to
bo conducted bv II. II. Candee, Eq., S.
An ambitious youth of tho city is
prospecting in a now fashion of hat. It is
of white color, and in shapo precisely that
of n lingo mushroom, capable of covering
nt least n hnlf bushel of benovolonce.
Tho wearer is tho "observed of nil ob
servers," nnd thondinircd of all admirer.
Hoys had bottcr tako warning. It is
strongly suspected that tlio cry of "flro"
tho other night, which proved to bo a ftilso
alarm, was started by Homo mlschiovous
boys. If tho otTonse should bo repeated
nnd tho youngsters detected, it would bo a
serious Job for them.
Wo paid a visit to Mr. C. Close, under
tho National Rank, on I.cveo street, yestor
dav, and found him doing n llrsl rate up
stairs busiuoss. Ho lias n largo trado in
cement up tho road, and up and down the
river, receiving oxtcnslvo trdwr, oven
from beyond Du Quoin. His business
lino is wholesaling iu cement, lime, plaster
Paris, and plasterer's hair. A'u wish him
tho success his poreevernneo and industry
Mr. W. J. lturnett, Inventor of tho
cooking vessel, has closed his business
here, nnd is going to travel over tlio
United States to sell territory for pat
ont rights. Ho leave his family at Mat
toon, II!., whom his father and mother re
side Wo bespeak for this gentleman n
u-aritt reception, ns his invention is all
that ho claims for it. Tho many citizens
who havo purchased tho utensil nnd used
it tiro well pleased, and decbiro it to bo tho
best thing thov havo over uod of tho
Chief Myers informs us that yettor
day morning olllcera Mobncr and
llein, nrrctod n steamboat man bv tho
namo of Joo Suster for being drunk, and
because ho did not walk along fast enough
to suit them, bout him iu so shameful a man
ner that ho (Myors) hud to take him to tho
Slstors' hospital. Ho was soriottsly injur
od. Olllcnrs havo no right to uso their
bludgeons brutally, and tho conduct ol
Melmer and Helm in this matter should bo
investigated. If thoy havo been brutal,
hoy should bo reprimanded, and if thoy
persist in brutality thoy should bo dis
charged from tho forco.
On Thursday evening a squad of four
young men and n boy were arrested by
constable Martin for stealing iron from
the old gun-boat lying in tho bend. Tlio
four oldor ones socmcil to bo not over
hardened, and tho boy, who is said to bo a
thief of considerable dexterity, appeared
to bo an object of compassion, though tho
nppcaranco may havo been deceitful.
Judgo Bross being nthorwiso engttged)
they woro committed to tho calaboiibo for
tho night, nnd iu tho morning conveyed
to tho county Jail until Monday, to nwnit
tlio arrival of tho government ngont in
charge of govonmont property at this
point. Tho people wiio had tho boys ar
rested were in small business. This iron
nas been lying around loose for six or
soven years, and neurly everybody thought
stoned him. Tho least lino tho law allows
Is $10 and costs, nnd ho was committed for
fifteen days. Appealed,
rRtPAY AUO. 17.
Tho school opened yostordny morning
will) nil nttondanco of twenty-throe fomnlo
and four tr.alo teachers. The openingsub
Ject of Instruction was
1'ItOOREsstVK LKS80N8 IS LANOUAOE,
treated under tho following heads i
1. Construction of sentences, both oral
nnd written. Describing pictures.
2. Reproduction of the, substance of
fl, Reproduction of Incidents or stories
related by tho teacher.
4. Written presentation of truth's
fi. Writing description by nnswcrinj;
li. Writing letters.
7. Writing business lottors.
K Writing compositions.
tho I'rof. decanted upon tho lollowlng
1. Mechanism of respiratory organs.
Wall of bronchial lubes.
Movements of chest walls.
Action of different parts compared1
Low resplrntlon differs iu tho two
Residual, supplemental nnd tidal
plays tho part of
0. Stationary nlr
10. Composition of stationary nir.
11. Tho nervous system controls re
spirution. 12. Respiration nnd circulation com
pared. IN llOTAKY
tho subject or intloresccnso was continued,
tho Professor treating of tlio varieties of
clovor, birch, snowball, hyaclnthes, etc., to
illustrate his expositions.
Tho familiar nddrcss ol Professor Kirk
excites interest, nnd encourages tlio teach
ers to f'equontly ask questions, which tiro
promptly and satisfactorily answered,
tho instructor seemingly never appearing
to bo, at loss to solve any difficulty arising
out of tlio subject taught. This course
gives encouragement to development of
ideas, and tho perceptions nro thus sharp
ened to n thorough investigation of tlio
Will soil at our storo house, 04 Ohio
Levee, this a. in,, nt 10 o'clock, a large,
lot of Racoii, to tho highest bidder.
8-17 It. MatthussA- Uiii..
Will mike three trips daily.
UAViaa citao u.viso hoixd cut
, ....... ..a.m. At 6:30 ji.m.
At ll............-.ra. At 1:30 r m.
At 'J0 a wm- p.m. I At ti ,in.
Vara each war. 30 cenU; 10 tickets for 12 to.
Will land, whn hailed, at an good Intermediate
andiBglor paaieoceraor frelgiit,
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
'lb splendid etearoer
StAJtUT Buowif, Capt.
P'Y . IBundijr etcepltd
IB. Pet IrcUMor HateapnlTonti
it bad no owner.
Died At the residence of John Sack
bergor, an Saturday, August 10, o'clock
p. in., John Aiilesmcnt, aged 6t years.
Tho remains will bo buried at St. .hum's
college, Hamilton county, Illinois.
At Justice Snannessy's court, hold yes
tcrday morning, a colored man named
George Richardson, was brought up on a
charge ol violation of section 0, ordinance
1, tho charge being cruelty to nnlmals.
It appear by tho man's statement that ho
was hording sheep back of town outsldo of
Mississippi lovco for a butcher, and Mr.
A. J. Carlo's young sou, who gave his ovi
denco, was nfter a cow, accompanied by a
llltlodog. Tho dog ran for tho sheep and
the man boat tho dog pretty badly and
Col'.Nf'll. ClIAMllKII, I
CAiiit). III... Aug. i:i, J
Tho cliKil'mnu not being prscnt, Alder
man Safford was called to the chair.
Present Aldermen Ruder, Safford,
Seaso and Strntton I.
A quorum not being present, on motion
of Alderman Strntton tho board adjourned
to meet at 7 o'clock to-morrow evening.
M. .1. HowLKV, City Clerk.
AK.IOL'KN'KIJ IlKOUI.Alt MKKTINO 0V T1IK
IIOAHII Ol' ALDEKMKS.
Cot'NCII. ClI.VMIH'.lt. I
CAllto, 111-., Aug. 14, J
l'rcsont Aldermen Cunningham, Met-
calf, l'hilli, Rearden, Robinou, .ease,
Strntton and W alder 8.
An ordinanco entitled "an ordinance
pioviding for the building of u sower on
Sixth street" was read a second time, and
on motion of Alderman Cunningham,
adopted : Ayes Cunningham, l'hillis,
Mntcnlf, Iteardeti, Robinson, Strntton,
Seaso and Wtildor 8.
Alderman Safford appeared in his scat.
Alderman Wnldor moved to reconsider
tho vote rejecting, at tlio last meeting, an
ordinance entitled "an ordinance provid
ing for the construction of certain side
Alderman Safford moved to amend said
ordinance by adding tho following:
Sue. 4. That wherever uracticablo
brick sidewalks shall bu constructed in
front of any lots heroinlmforo mentioned,
should tho street committee think expedient.
On motion of Alderman Seaso the ordi
nance us amended was then adoptod:
Ayes Cunningham, Metealf, Reurden,
Robinson, Seaso, Strntton, Safford, Wal
der 8. Nay Phillis 1.
On motion of Aldermnn Cunningham,
M. .1. Howley, City Clerk.
IIK.dlll.All MEETING Ol' Til K SELECT COUN
CIL. ("DDXt'll, ClIA.MllElt. )
C'Alltll, ll.l.s., Al.'li. II IS"-'. J
Present His Honor Mayor Landdon
and Councilincn Schuh, Taylor and
On motion of Councilman Wood tho
rending of tlio journal was dispensed with,
An ordinanco entitled "an ordinanco
providing tor tlio construction of certain
sidewalks'' amended and adopted by tho
board of aldermen was taken up and read.
Councilman Wood moved to coneur in
tho amendment and adopt the ordinanco
Carried ns follows: Ayes Schuh, Taylor
nnd Wood il. Nays 0.
An ordinanco entitled "an ordinance
providing for lliu building of a sower on
Sixth street,'' was rend tho lirst time,
and, on motion of Councilman Wood,
The following bills having been allowed
by tho board of alderman were presented
for concurrence :
C. Lntne, 2 days as supt. of side,
walks in July r, 75
R. II. Cunnlnghiiiii, rent of coun
cil building for July 10 00
M.J. llowloy, cash paid for ico
for clerk's olllco and council
chamber to .Lily 01st
Win. Henry, 0 scythes and snaths
nnd a scythe stones
Arab Firo Company, 2nd qrs. al
lowance to July 1st, 1872
A. Cain, marshal, impounding
and killing 40 dogs in July
N. Cuiitwoll, running garbago
cart in July,,,,.,, ,,,,,,.,,
Pctor Wnldur, hauling drunken
man to jnll
P. O. Schuh, drugs by henlth ofll
cor H. T. Gorould, loworlng gits
lamps at high sldowalk'r and
furnishing pipo &e
Jns. Oash, 43 kcirs nnlls
Jits. Oash, 21 kegs nails 1U0 15
James Median, hauling drunken
man to Jail 00
T. Sullivan, hauling I! drunkon
moti to jnll v 1 00
H . A. Haiinon, stationary 11 15
John Olndiiov. haullne-101 wnirnti
loads nnd 2 car loads of lumber
Chas. Potors, repairing scythes
Daniel McCarthy, 1 J days work
on streets In July
1'. Con Ian, 20 day's work on
streets iu July
N. A. Dovoro, G day's work on
sidowitlks in July
Thos. Fitzgornld, 5dnys work on
streets in July
Frank llemls, 5 day's woik on
streets in July
Frank Drum, 10J days work
with carton streets
Win. McHalo. 26 dav's work oil
streets iu July r0 00
unus. relets, repairing tools ' 00
a. uaiii, ju.y salary as marshal...
E. A. Jtitrnelt, July salary as
J. U. Taylor, July salary as treas
M. J. Howley, July salary us'
L. H. -Myers, July salary as
chief ol police
II. T. Martin, R. F. Ilillingsly, C
Mchnor, Phillip Helm nnd Jas.
C. Latino police constables
July salary each
Jas, (nln, lit days in July as
Jas. Suinmerwcl), 11 days in July
as health officer.
A. Swobodn, ico....
Dies. Mcvhan, hauling I dnvs
with cart 14 00
Dr. H. Wardnor, vnccinnting 21
persons l'J 00
Jerry Murphy, 7 days cutting
weeds 011 streets
Pat. Lane, 4 days cutting weed
John Murphy, 11! days cutting
weeds on streets! .'.
N. A. Dovore, lowering and re
pairing sidewalk on Wash. ttv..
Louis Jorgenson, provisions for
small pox patients
W. W. Thornton, lumber for pest
K. McMunus, clothing and dry
goods for pest house -I CO
los. ii. Jtetiteii, hauling patient.
to pest hou-o
Henry Gwynn, rent of room for
small-pox patients, 2 weeks
Wm. Henry, hardware for pest
Mrs. ICate Hamilton 7 comforts
for pest house
Fuller & Co., groceries iVc, for
Wall fi Ent, wood for s mnll-pox
Wall V Ent, lumber for pest
V. RUer, '6 cots for pest house
M. J. McUatiloy, medicines for
F. W. N itrren, ttovo, ice, for pest
Jos. Smith bedding for pest
Jas. Ross, limo and coal for small
Geo. Odiim, water hauled to pest
Henry Kriiton, whito washing
rooms vacated by stnnll-po
Nick . Williams, meat furnished
W. W. Wootcn, 23 days attend-
ing and guarding small-pox
Jos. Arnold, guarding "mall-pox
bouses 0 days
Henry Runner, f days guarding
Z. 1. Holly, 15 days guarding
Henry Slack, 10 days guurdlng
J.T. AVard, 17 days guarding
Geo. James, 7 dus guurdlng
Mo-es Hill, attendance at pest
Arena Ramsey, attendance at
Geo .Schelimel, rent of pest house
10 days in July and for hauling
patients to pest house, etc
Cairo llox and llasket. Co , 38,ilG I
ft lumber at $ 10 and 2,470 ft at
Wm, Nowoll, o,7H8 ft. lumber at
Wall A- Kni, 4,158 ft. lumber lit
Wall A- Ent, lumber at $10
Morris, Rood A Co., 5,743 ft. lum
ber at SI 8
John Cahlll, for tilling Sycamore
street, 2'J'J yd'., at C5cts. in
full of bill for 205 05
John Cahlll, for tilling Washing
ton avenue, 200 yds., at 05ets.
in full of bill for 223 00
John Cahill, for tilling Commer
cial uvenue, 181 yds., at 70cts.
in full of bill for $500 10...
Cairo City Gas Co., gas used iu
strcot lamps in July in full
of bill for $280 201 0,1
M. Jenkins, building and repair
ing sidewalks and crossings
in full of bill for $522
Win. Mcllulo, dieting prisoners
iu July in full of bill for
John II. Oborly, publishing cou
ncil broceedings in July, A-c,
Councilman Wood, moved to concur in
tlio action of tlio board ol nldoimon and
nllow tho foregoing bills. Carried by tlio
following voto: Ayes Scliuh, Taylor
nndocd 3. Nay 0.'
Councilman Taylor, moved to not con
cur iu tho action of tlio bond of aldermen
in rcgnrd to Robertson's accounts as that
broad took no cognizunco of the costs re
ported duo from said otlU'o. Carried,
On motion of Councilman Schuh, ml
M. J. Howt.Ev, City Clerk.
Stenmor City of Vicksburj, Vlcksburg.
" Grand Tower, St.' Louis.
" H. C. Yacger, St. Louis.
" Idlowlld, Kvnnsvllle.
" Camclia, Louisville.
" J. II. Johnson, Now Orleans.
11 lice, Now Orleans,
" Painter No. 2, Shotwell's.
" Illinois, Columbus,
" Jim Fisk, Paducah.
Steamer City of Vlcksburg, St. Loui.
" Grand Tower, .Memphis,
" H, O. Yiteger, New Orleans.
" Idlewild, Kvntisvillo.
" Camella, Louisville.
" .1. II. .lolison.
" Fainter No, 2, Sholwell's.
" llurksville, Capo Giaradrau.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Hero, Columbus.
IIKI MUDDY COAL
Steamboats supplied at nny time, both
day nnd night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In nny quantity, nnd 011 usual
terms, at tho ynrd at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on fuvorablo
terms upon application.
H. V. Ol.YI'IIANT,
D. A. Hokee, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
IIOAT.S LKAVINO TO-DAY.
Tho lino passenger packet, J. It. John
son, Capt. Do Haven, loaves this evening
for Memphis, Vlcksburg, Now Orleans
and nil way landings. She is commanded
by careful nnd experienced olllccr...
The elegant Hollo Memphis, leaves herd
this uvenlngat 0 o'clock, for Memphis and
all way landings.
Tho good steamer (ulekstep, is the
packet leaving at 0 o'clock this evening
for Kvnnsvllle, and nil way points on the
Hello St. Louis is tlio regular packet
leaving this ovening ut 0 o'clock, for St.
Tho Jim, Jr., Is tlio packet leaving for
Paducali, and all way points this evening
at 4 o'clock.
Tho lino lug Cnche, Makes thrco trips
dally to Mound City. She Is commanded
by Capt. Wm. H. Sandusky who is a
veteran in tho profession.
condition or the itivEit.
Here tho Ohio I still on tho decline
Above hero tho Ohio continues very bad,
nud is still falling. Tho fall in the Mis
sissippi continues. Bird's Rend, and
( rccn field's are still tho worst pluces in
the river. At Cincinnati tho Ohio hns
risen several incites. At Pittsburg the
river is slowly rising.
IIL'SI.VEsi AND WEATHER.
Rusiness was fair at both landings dur
ing tho tiny. Thero is not mucli freight
on hand at present. Tho weather contin
ue clear nntl hot.
The J. II. Johnson arrived from New
Orleans early yesterday morning. Sho
will load hero and got all sho can carry.
Captain DoIIavcn I woll pleased with his
Tho Yaogor was polled oil' Greenfield
by tho tow boat W. H. Rrown ; sho did not
tako any freight for sho had nil sho could
carry on tho water.
Tho Pauline Carroll was aground below
Uird's slough yesterday afternoon and ns
wo closed our report sho was still sticking.
She will probably bo into port this morn
ing. PHIL. HOWARD,
City Niilloiiul Iliiuk IliillilliiK.
M8ecinl Attention pnld to orders Iroin steam
boats nitlit ordur
1 lioroby forbid all persons from selling
any thing to mv wife on mv credit. 1
will pay no such dobts, I will furnish my
family Willi all necessaries mvsolf.
e-15-lot. William Kendall.
P. Saiu-'s popular Tobacco and Cigar
Storo is located on Commercial avonue,
botween Sixth nnd Seventh ttroets, nnd
marked by tho unique sign of "tho Girl of
Ilium A' Allison will open about tho
1st of September with n now r.tock of
clothing, dry goods, boots and shoes, etc.,
which will bo selected by Mr. Ilium in
the Eastern markets, during this month
His largo experience in the business and
acquaintnnco with tho wants of the people,
will enable him to make his stock full and
completely suited to nil cIhsscs nnd ngc.
Remember the placo Nell's new brick
building on Eighth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenue.
Wolss lleor ot the Ulysses S. Grant
brnnd, Christianizing in its character, is
kept for Milo at tho Thalia .aloon only, tf
Tho undersigned, late workmen with
J. P. Gamble, havo opened a shop, corner
of 10th street and Commercial avenue, for
tho manufacture and repair of Wagons,
Ilnggies, drays, etc., etc., and for tbo pur
poSO Of doing It tIENEIIAL WHEE'.ltlOIII'
nusiNE.s. Tlioy respectlully usk a share
of tbo public patronage.
mig. lil-tf. O. C. Davidson.
Olllce of Cairo A St. Louis It. R. Co.. 1
OAIIIO, III., Aug. 15, 1872. j
A meeting of tlio diroctors of this com.
pany will bo held on Wednesday, tho 21st
Inst., at 10 o'clock a. in,, at tho olllco of
tho company in this city.
S. Staats Tavloii, President,
STUART & CMOLS0N
Will oll'or during the month
of August tlioir entire line of
Dry Goods nt greatly reduced
prices, to make room for the
Fall Stock. Now is tho time
to secure good Lmnrnins. We
fire offering our stock of Sum:
mer Goods at find below Cost.
We mean business. An early
call is solicited.
NERVOUS DEIUIj LTY,
Willi IU Klooioy llttcntlniilN, low niiii-.
I Ik' ilriircNHlon, luvormiliiry omission,
lOHSorHPiiicn, Hiriiiiitorrlinn, loss ol
uowrr, itly Ii.h.I, Inn ol iiit'imiry,
mill tlirrntciMil luiiol'ii' unit linlie.
t'lllly, llmlis HOvert-lKn cure in Hum.
ulirt'y'n llniiit-oimtlilti - tile Jo
Tweiily-elKlit. Composed ol u;o must vnlun .
Uv 111II1I "lid potent CurutU.n tuey Unfce
at the roots the ol mitlu uinn m l 0 )
tern, arrest Ihwiiltchiirgps, nnd pirorl vlgorsnd
energy, III" nnd iinlltj to tlieentnc mnn. Tnrv
linn cured thousands of ca rs. Price. $5 per
package! ol live boxes nnd nlnrgo f- vial, which
is very Iniparlnnt 111 ohstin.ite or old cases, or
nsr sIiikU on. sold ly all druggist', .1.1 J sent
iiy mail on teL'elpt ol price. A.lirtui lliiniplire
Hpecltlo Homeopathic Medicine Co., !- Kro
way.N. V. P. a hCHUII,
uuulSduwowl Aeal , Cairo, jlllnoi
MARKET REPORT. j
'J'lllJItHPAY EVENlNCt, Allgll! 15,1872,
Tho mnrkct continues very qtitct nnd
dull in nil branches of trado, Willi vory
llttlo demand for anything in tho way
of grain. Tho btl grades of Flour show
n slight improvement nnd prices hnvo mi
upward tendency, although no ttdvatico
has yet been Hindu ; low grades nro uii'alc
able. Owing to tho depressed condition of
tho southern market, speculators in
grnln havo left tho Hold the prices hero
leaving no margin for shippers.
Receipts havo fallon oil", but tho accu
mulations ol tho List few days havo over
stocked tho market with Oats and Corn.
Tho wcathor is cooler, nnd more favor
able for business.
Freights nro firm at present rates,
ZisiyOorrcspondmits should bear in
mind thnt our quotations represent prices
for round lots from first hands, unless
otherwise stated, nnd that in lllling small
orders higher prices mutt bo pald.-VjSn
If I.OV K. Market well supplied. Rest
grades tiro tnoro buoyant, and prices nro
linn. Low grades are plenty, dull and
neglected, Wc nolo sales of 400 bids,
Various grades nt $0 OOf.'.y 50; 250 bids
Vnrious grade $5 00fi H 00; 100 bbls
Various grade on orders at $1 I0f,0 ((()
Sales by City Mills to-day were I Go bbl
White Wheat Family at in 50; 200 bbls
AA'nt$7 7.1; 1.10 bbls XXX lit 7 00;
50 bbls X nt $0 25 ; ,10 bid X nt $0 00.
II AY. Choice is in demand, nnd very
scarce, good Hay would command from
$18 0U to 21 00 according to quality.
Wo nolo sales of 1 enr choice Timothy del
at $20 00; 2 cars choice Timothy del at
$21 00, and 1 car Timothy, (blenched) nt
$10 00 del.
CORN. Receipts lmve fallen oil', but
tho market is fully supplied uml dull for
all kind at quotations. No shipping de
mand. A few orders aiu comlug in for
White. Mot of the sales reported are for
homo consumption. White Corn closed
to-day nt 17(ii,41o in bulk, on truck. Wo
havo no sales of Mixed to report.
WHITE CORN'.-Salcs weto 4 cars in
bulk on track, at 18c; 1 car in sack', del,
at 57c, and 100 sacks, del, at 57c."
OATS. Dull nnd unchanged. Receipts
to-duy woro light, but tho market is over
stocked nnd nt a stand stilt. It is thought
that prices havo found their level and
will not go lower. Wo nolo
sales of 0 Cars mixed Southorn 111., In
bulk on truck at 24ct0i)2.1 cts, 1 Cur
choice mixed in sacks del at 31 ct, 2
Cars do do del at 30 cts ; and 100 sacks
mixed at 31 ct.
CORN MEAL. Market, moderately
well tipplled and demand fair nt lowir
price. 300 bbls steam dried del sold at
$2 85, 100 bbls do, on orders, nt $3 00
and 250 bbls " Evening Star " City .Mills
steam dried nt jfci 00f' 3 00.
It RAN. Plenty and dull, 1 Car. in
second hand sacks, del, sold ut $1 1 0't nnd
1 Cor in sacks brought $1.1 00.
I! UTTER. No demand for anything
except strictly choice. Tho market is
overstocked with an inferior quality that
cannot bo worked oil'. All the sales
made are lor tho local trade. .1 Tubs
choice northern sold nt 22 cts ; 5 Pkge, do
brought 18r. 20 ct.
EGGS. .Market bare. The weather
is cooler and the demand has improved.
Fresh eggs would bring 12c15c to-day.
No sales to report.
CHICKENS. Scarce, but quiet. 5
coops Young chickens sold at $2 00' 50;
1 coop old hens brought $3 25.
PROVISION'S. Firm and unchanged,
none iu tlio market outside of tho Job
FRL'IT. Plenty nnd dull ; not enough
selling to establish quotations.
PLASTERING II A II!. Is selling at
35c r' bushel.
LIME. Sells in lot- nt $ 1 25 "fl bid.
CEMENT. Sells nt wholesnlo at $2 00
(2 2.1 'fl bbl.
llhA 1. I ho prices to-dnv, reported
by the City Mill, nre, No. 1 White
$1 40; No. 2 While, $1 30; No. 1 Red,
1 30; No. 2 Red, $1 2.1; Mediterranean,
$1 20. Damp or tough wheat l unsalea
SACKS. Reewea Gunnies 181(2,101
Corn Ilurlaps 2J Has. En. 18 cts. Im-
proved Gunnies, 2 llushel, 21 cts. Oats
Ilurlaps, 5 llushel 23 cts. Cotton seam
less bugs, 35 to 38 cts ench.
POTATOES A- ONIONS. Nothing
doing, and no quotations can be given.
TEAS Imperial, 7,yrU25; (iunpow
der, 75(n,l 25; Oolong Ib.ick, 75e1,l (10;
Young Ily.on, ooojl 40.
COFFEi; Jau, 2.03:iOc. ; J.aguajra, 25;
Rio, Prime to Choice, S2J to 25c.
LARD Refined, In tierce, c! Its, l( (, 101,.,
In keg-, V lb, 11 to 12c. '
1IA.M. sugar (.'tired, eaiivas-ed, "r! lb,
17 to Ifc. Shoulder IlaeouKjc; Clear
Side, llacon, 10c; Ilreakfast Ikicon, I2je.
CIIEIi:. New York Factory, new, lb
14 10 Lie.
IIUOO.MS. Common llou-e "fl doen, $1
on ; ( holee to Extra, irS t'OGif 75 ; . R. sjt 50
('I. I (HI.
REIWAX.-fi lb. We.
SOAP. .-eliacll'cr'. (ieiinan iw.Ulcd,
.je; thampalgn osip, 7Je.
TALLOW, -fi lb 7c.
rUbllOUJe; Col ce, A. 12 to 13c. : Crtflicd
mid Powdered, 1 IJ lo l,V. ; Granulated, lit to
SYltl.'l'S-t.lioIco ri gall,,), KhI 00
New Oilcan., 7li(.iMle.
SEEUS.-.MIllctV. bushel, $2 00; Tlniothv
FREIGHT. COTTON, Coinpres.ed, to
M: tlltli, Kie. 5 to Ro-'IM.V sl IK), Uu
conipre..ed, lo New Yolih, l II; to Ron
Our Homo Advertisers.
FREIGHT TO MEMI'llls-Flour, su.:
lay, M 011; Corii'fi ewl ir. . (,.' lrit. '.
Folaloe. V bbl 25c. ; A .plesV 2.V. ;' Pm lV
.1.1. ; lil.key (le. ; l.timlier, "H M. f 7 W.
Heavy freight -rl ewl 15c. 1
TO NEW OltLEANS.-riour fi 1,1,1. ;t.-,0 .
Ill-key. ,. ic. ; Hay V ton, $0 11O; Coji
cl., Stic; (Int., ioe. ; Tohaeco 'ft l.hdT.
(Kl; Cotton -t bale, yl 50; Lumber 'rl .M,
f 10 00. iienvy neigni, fl ewi. 'Me,
JlOiito lifto i.er inontli, uveryuliere, maleniid
feinidi-, to Inlrodneo tho tbo liitet ununited
most simii.o nnd peiVi:t SHUTTLE SKHINfi
.MAC HINK eter iavented. We cl'slb-ni ,1(
voild to compete III. It Price only fit, ox , ,,1
lully ttsm.nt.-d for the years, tnkln ine
Klnstiu Lock (Mitel,, alike on both sides. The
same 11. nil i)l0 )dB. prt.r, BhM,,;
liuiclilneH. AUo. tbo eeltbrnted nnd
u.est COMMON HENHH r'AMIl.Y HBWIKO MA
C1IIISU l'ricoon y13 ikj, nnd folly warranted
or ate jenrs. Ilue machines ttltl tllch, hem,
ell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid nnd embroider
lo a most miiierfor manner, And nre warranted
to do nil work that cuntiodouoon nny high .priced
machine in the world. For circulars- end terms
address H, IVYNKOOP4 CO..20H Midge enue,
1'. O, llox, I'lillndelphii, I'n. 0-23, flmw
JIXD lltil.tn IN
EitniTii Sthekt, Retwkkn Washinoton
Adjoliilnit Hl'lonhotme nud Ilanity'.
Keep the liest or Heel, I'ork, Mutton Veal.
Lnmb, Smungo, etc., nd aro prepared 10 sme
cltirens In tbo most iter iiptahln insnnor.
Hurt tiEit and Dealeu in all KlNDH Of
CiillNEIt NlNE'l ENTII AND l'OPl.AU STH
Rlljs nnd .laughters only the bet cattle,
hois ami sheep, and Is prepared to till any de
mand for Iri'-h meat liom one pound to ten
tlmll'iilid 1 11 n 1 111 1 1. ilec2lltf.
IVoaro prepared to ruriiMi uulforuiH in
GRANT CLUBS AND
to any tuiiiiber oidered, for ?1 l.'ni complete
'iiltlll; flip, t'npe, Torch with Mick, and
Flag. Send order at once to
HAND A M ETX.KE,
00 .Market M.. 1 1 1 .tali-.. CHICAGO, ILL.
Y.K1M It KFll I(j J-:il ATUHSr
lle.t ill tbo CnlM-d Hlsle. Water Coolers, Toilet
spu, 1 a 1. rreeier, pus aim ppw ge lisin-,
Cniirs. llrai-. Coiiikt and Konmi lled W nre ltrlt
nnl'i AM, I l.lnnl.li.v.1 U'n. ln.n.,.l U-- ...
tT.t-rj ,i,'-.-riiuijn, niei h n Ktuerni n-soriineru ni
Ainonxolliers I kee), tliejusllr celebrated
It nel' to mention their superior fpislit.e
m tbey sjnk inr tliemselten llinnigliiiiit llm
1 UKiniitHCtiirnefrrjIhlnir In Tin, Fbesi Iron, and
Cop.' Wnrn out ol the Ti-ry Lest material, and
hx 110 besltati.m In sIiiIIhk UihI I bate a I truer
and morn complste ns.ortment ol K""J" men"
Honed ibnn can lw found In tbeclty,
Countr dealer will find It to their Interest!
tall an'! examine I fore purchaslnc elsewhere.
Juhhiiitf, boute KUttering, and all outside work
promptly attended lo. (' W. IIKMlKUXI.N,
fill !'. (Vimiiii rclal neau Cairo. III.
(Successor lo I', Haup.)
WHOLHSALE !c HKTAII.
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
1W Commeiclal Arenue,
XKW YORK STOKi:,
WIIOLKSALJ-: AND IIKTAIL.
LA HO EST VAItlETY STOCK IS THE CI"
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of .liirleeiilh alrrel mill Com-
THE NEW SYSTEM.
(IROUEltlE KETAII.ED AT WHOLESALE
rait'Es Koit cash.
AT H. C. THIELKCKE'S STORE.
WASHINGTON AVENUE, 1IKTWEEN TENTH
AND ELEVENTH HIEET.
50 lbs. DliY Cuba Sugar for - - - 55 00
0 " " " " ... I CO
AH lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
f " Prime Rio Coffee for - - 1 00
i!J " Choice " ' - - 1 00
il" " Old Government Java - - 100
Teas und other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods new, and full weight given. Cnl
.1 OH HI' 1 1 SMITH,
In Ruder'. New lliick Untitling, corner ot
Eighth nud Wii.hlngtnu Avenue,
BAKER & CONFECTIONER
ANIi liKAI.KIt IN
1 1 ik 1 :n ; vii iwiHivn' i-Diti'iv
. ...... t'i'.'ll.i l n UK
Ice CttEAM and Soda Fountain.
I dc In- to inform my patron. and Hie pub
lic at large, that I am tit nil lime, prepared to
lllllii.h eter) thing Iu the above Hue 011 the
shortest notice, Including Wedding and
Oileon cake., etc. Abo .upper pailii'S fur
lil-hed lo order prnmptlv and perfect satl
For quality mid price. I defy conicptltlon.
I ry 1110 once and )oii will come again.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply customer with tho lies
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS ten at Ilnlllday Rros. olllce, 70
1111111 i.i:vr,i:. or nt tho nud Yard below the
St. Chiiiie. Hotel, will receive- prompt ntteli
Hon. Tim Ted ".Montauk" will bring coal
alonHde ( steamers ut unv hour.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN OATKM, Proprietor.
100 Commercial Ayenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
itcst brand of Cslifc lClKsrsJust reoeltvJ,
HUXIARD suloon furnished with tho best
ol'tables ; nud bar supplied with wines, liquor
and cigars of the finest brands.