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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1B72.
Our Home Advertisers.
WILLIAM K. HMlTH, M. D.
SIDKNCK No. SI Thlrtlh tMt, be
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
TJB8IDKNCK oornerNinlli and Walnut its,
JTLOnVe-comer 8lth street end Ohio levee.
Glfee hours from a a.m. to 1! m., and 9 p.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
nMDKMCK-Oorner NlneUeolh street and
If, Washington avenue, near court home. Of.
flea orer ArtiVa Grocery tstoir, OtHce Hours from
10k.ro. to IS m. end irom a io4 n, m.
R. 8. BRIonAM, M. P.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Of
fice 1S6 Commercial jtvenuc. Residence on
Tenth street three doors west of C.R. Wood
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eighth St., Bt. Com. Wash.,
Hai lust oncned n new and strlish cstnb
Uihment, fully up to the times, nnd Invites
oiu customers ana new, iaiue, cmiurcu aim
all, to lavor mm wun tnetr patronage.
t3TAll work done In the Latest Style.
AKD Mllll IK
JCiobth Strut, Between Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
Aajafalaa M'lnhoaie u liana y'm.
Reap the best or Deel, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Limb, Sausage, etc., nd are prepared to etrve
cltiMss In tho most acceptable manner.
PakllMtloa , BallMa BnlleUtMr
County court adjourned without day
IUmkmiier tho Koerner meeting noxt
Tin cistornt of the city are exhibiting
a disposition to dry up.
The Sunday Bulletin is tho best pa
per in Illii.ois to advertiso in.
Business in tho police court yesterday
was brisk. Drunks and disorderlies were
tho order of tho day.
The Liboral candidate for Secretary of
Stato will speak to tho voters of Cairo
Wednesday night next.
The Liberal candldnto for Lieutenant
Governor will address tho pcoplo of Cairo
on Wednesday night, next.
The Tumors, not to bo behind any
body, are going to build a new hall, nnd
are going to do It " right off."
Kicuovr lms opened a furnlturo store
In tho "Widow Halllday's now brick build
ing on Commercial avenuo.
AVakdnkr's Commercial avenuo build
ing Is being put up by Chrisman and
Stout, and is growing undor their bands
Messrs. Chccny &' Wilcox have pur
chasecd tbo grocery and provision store of
Valentine Resell, corner of 8th street and
"With an amiable cotemporary wo are
constrained to remark that whoever snys
this week has not been a hot weok is a liar
and a horso thief.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
BUTCBXB AND DEALER 1 ALL KlNDS OF
COftXXR NlNETKNTH AND POPLAIl ST?.,
Buys and slaughters only the best cattle,
logs ana weep, ai
awd for Iresh m
hon and shecD. and is nrenarcd to fill nil v de
mand for Iresh meats from one pound to ten
"Ve aro glad to learn that Mr. Sackber-
gcr, who has been suffering from sunstroko,
Is out of dangor. Ilia lifo was lor a time
despaired of, but ho has rallied, and will bo
nblo to attend to business in a few days.
At 16 minutes beloro 2 o'clock yester-
'day afternoon about twenty-flvo drops of
rain fell in this city. They mado our
people fool comfortable, and wore regard
ed as tho fororunncrs of a rnoro colpious
James A. Winston, a brother of Col.
Winston, of this city, is tho Liberal can
didate for Circuit Clerk of Sangamon
county. Ho is a popular, affable and
whole-souled gentleman nnd is suro of on
Jem SATES, Proprietor,
lot Oosasssreial Avenue, " CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Beat brand of Calif c MCIgariJuit receives
BILLIARD saloon furnished with the best
orubles ; and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and ctcars of the finest brands.
We are prepared to funili-h uniforms to
GRANT CLUBS AND
to any number ordered, for $1 43 a complete
outfit: Cap, Cape, Torch with Stick, and
Flag. Send order at once to
30 Market St., up stairs. CHICAGO, ILL,
BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.
This superb "hair dye is tho best In the
wona penecuy narmicss, rename aim in
stantaaeous. Nodl&anDalntiiient. The iren
uine W. A. Bachelor's Hair Dye produces
unmeaiaieiy a natural oiock or uro wn. uocs
not stain the skin but leaves the hair clean,
soft and beautiful. The only safe and per
fect hair dye. Sold by nil driiggUtH. Fac
tory, 16 Bond street, N. Y.
Mk. E. F. Davis is rapidly pushing
forward his buildings, now in courso of
erection. lie is anxious to furnish tho
Greeley club that will be organized a hall
for its meetings. Davis is enthusiastic for
Next "Wednesday night Gov. Kcarnor,
Gen. J. C. Black and Edward Rummol,
Esq., will address tho Greolvyitcs, Grant-
ites, Bourbons and tho wavering on tho
issues of the day. Notice of the placo
will bo given at tho earliest possiblo moment.
Our call for tho return of tbo calls for
a Greeley club has not boon responded to.
"Why, gentlemen, don't you walk up to
tho trough 7 "Why don't somo of you
stir? Come, now, or wo'll use a long polo,
and " stir you up" with it in rough style.
The weather is rather oppressive, and
will in all probability be shockingly hot
to-morrow, but, nevertheless, it is the
duty of our citizens, and in particular of
tlioso who do not read The Bulletin to
go to church to-morrow, and onduro tho
heat of tho day that thoy may escape tho
flro of horcaftor.
about loving the summor's luxury, tho pas
sionato warmth of sunshino bright. If, be
had ondurod tbo warmth of the past week
In Cairo, its red-hot hoat, with tho concom-
itanti of dust and sweat and mosquitoes
and flies and sweltering darkies with Grant
torches In tholr hands, ho would have sung
a different song. Ho would have folt tho
impulso of cursing, which would have
boon rostrained, if at all, by tho religious
sentiment which proximity to The Bul
letin never fails to engender. Hot 7
"Why that's no namo for it I It was red
hot heated as Intonsely as tho furnace
through which the throe holy
men walked; and it is, wo von
ure to assert, a doad suro fact
that wo could never have ondured it, if it
had not been for our correct walk nnd un
We can and will And books nf all kinds
at the lowest possible prices the cost of
the stock and labor. A blonk book for
which our merchants pay in tho stationary
stores, $1 26 a quiro, wo will bind to or
der for $1 00 n quiro; a book for wmcii
thoy pay SI 60 a quiro wo will bind to
order for $1 16; a book for which moy
pay $2 60 a quire wo will bind for $2 00;
and wo will guarantee the material and
workmanship to bo of tho best quality.
Let us, merchants of Cairo, bid on yonr
work horeaftor boforo you buy, or glvo
your ordors elsowhore, nnd we hnvo no
donbt wo will astonish you by our low fig
ures. If wo can obtain tho cost of our
bindery work wo will bo satisfied.
Tuk negro, Allen, who is suspected of
robbing tho treasury of the colored Grant
and Wilson club of this city, has boon
held to ball in tho sum $000 to answer at
tho next term of tho Circuit Court of this
city. Not having that muca money, Al
len has been committed to Jail. Not a
Radical comes forward to becomo his se
curity I If ho had robbed a Liboral -If
Allen had taken a club and battered out
tho brains of a Greeloy negro or a Greeley
white man the ready Major Munn and
the doubty Private Linognr, would havo
rushod to his de'fonse, while tbo nmiable
Col. Wood, nnd that class of God-fearing
Radicals, would havo crowded forward to
go on his bond 1 But ho didn't mob or rob
a Grooloy man ; ho is only suspected of
having robbed tho treasury of a Grant
club of 'lawless negroes, nnd ho must
tbereforo suffer imprisonment. Ue is a
mean nigger, given to Radical dirty work
a tool of Munn, an instrument of Pope, a
black bummer ; but his guiltiness of this
charge is at least questionable. It is true
he bandied tho money while it was in old
Gilchrist's keeping, but Gilchrist is a
careless old soul, nnd is not surrounded by
the most unsuspicious pcoplo in tho world.
Who knows but some other person in
whom Gilchrist had conQdenco "went for"
that money ? Allen may bo innocent,
mean as he is, and ho has helpless chil
dren dopendlng upon him for support.
They will suffer if ho is not released, and
Liberals (as thoy always do) will be com
pelled to tako out their pocket books and
help support tho innocent black urchins.
We therefore appeal to tho philanthropic
Radicals to como to Allen's rescuo. Bull
him, gentlemen I Pay him for what ho has
dono tor you heretofore. Do as much for
him now as you would do if ho had been
tho assaulter or tbo assassin of a Greeley
man. Bail him, and lift your ebenezeors
in his defense. Como, Pope, to the res
Hsppy relief to young men from the effects
of errors and abut.es In early life. Mnnhood
restored. Impediments to Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Book and crlcu
lars sent free, In scaled envelops.
Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No.
2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pu. an In
stitution having a high reputation for honor
able conduct and professional skill.
MOUND CITY ITEMS.
tho Navy Yard
BOOT AMD SHOE MTOHE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
103 Commercial Ave., n?ar Atboneum.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITEBS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Missei' and Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers -of all Kinds,
Which they sell at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
Tntey are alto prepare! to upply L
nlemeawilh ilie HEir OPUW WO
O urethat itir cotnu.tii,in. j,,
Benin toe Unltod States. Water Cooler.. Toili
s.tM.1 X L Frees,,.; ill. ud Blmh.
,;-Brtr"VC?t'r.?,'1 Koamellbd Ware. Br I
EiVHSH Ware, Japanaea wire "l
Among others 1 keep Uiejustly celebrated
It is asitess to mention their superior nualltle
M they speak lor themselves throughout the
fMg(itar everything JnTin, BW Iron, and
rWl.T Wore OUt Ot the rv mtrll. and
h. DO bei!tat!..n lu stating that I have a larger
art snore complete aaaortinenl of goods men
itM4 than can be found in the city.
Otsr dealer will find It to, their interest to
MM art UMSiet btforspurcbulogelMnhere,
JoSjMM. kMM gutleruut, and au out.id. work
mffSSffiMmMto. O. W. HENDERSON,
'"W 19 OosBsseraUl arenue, Cairo, 111.
Thirteenth Anniversary Ball of
Arab Firo Company No. 2,atScbeel's hall,
Monday night, September 2, 1872, should
bo liberally patronized by our citizens.
Tbo Arabs aro building an onglno houeo
and will need all tho funds thoy can com
mand. Messrs. Lohr, Dezoniaand Kluge
aro tho committee of arrangements.
The Greeloy burbecuo at Unity to-day
will, we have every reason to believe, bo a
successful affair. Quito a number of our
citizens will go out this morning. Per
sons unprovided with a toam can bo pro
vided with a seat in one of the express
wagons of Cunningham, tho express man,
by application at tho old post-office.
Thursday afternoon, the citizens of
Mound City and neighborhood enjoyed a
down-pouring showor a regular refresh
er, whilo we of Cairo looked from afar off
wishing for a drop or two to cool our
parched bodies. This fact proves too in
correctness of proverb that the rain falls
upon tbejustand unjust allko. That rain
fell on the unjust of Mound City, and left
the Just of Cairo out in the hoat
We aro pained to hear of tbo sudden
death of Mr. J. B. Taylor, City Treasurer
of Cairo. Ho died on Monday night,
after a short illness. Wo havo known
him from his boyhood and can bear wit
ness to bis many excellent qualities of
head and heart. Ho leaves an interesting
family, wbo aro well provldod for. "Wo
sympathize with his parents and his family
in their sudden beroavement. JPudueah
The Sunday Bulletin Is always as
full of good things as an egg of moat. The
liauo of to-morrow will contain an cni-
tomu of all the local news of the past week
including an account of the death and fu
neral services of the lata J. B.Taylor;
editorials on interesting topics ; a racy
letter rrora Jewett Wilcox; essays nnd
communications; a condensation of tho
telegraphic news of the weok ; un inter
esting story, poetry, and much interesting
Our colored neighbor, Fisher, who
dishes out ice cream for a living, will have
mat commodity, and cakes and beer, on the
barbecue grounds at Unity to-day. AVe
bope the liboral Liberals will patronize
him liberally. H0 '. ft "square" darkey;
does not fall U vdlh the black thugs who
continue to threaten Greeley men with vlo
lence. Fisher is an intelligent black man
and believes in the right of overy man to
do as bo pleases, and in the duty of all pa.
triotio citizens to buy his lee cream,
A yoxt who knows nothing about hot
weather warbles In TlntUy's Magazine
Goorgo Lounsbury rejoiceth a boy.
The snug boat, Abort, has commonccd
work on tho Black Hawk wreck.
The pile-driver at tbo Cache, bridge cap
sized in tho act of driving tbo' last pile.
No onu hurt, and it was soon righted
Tho Greeley nnd Brown club is making
a lively campaign. Mr. Wheeler deliv
ered tho last political lecturo, and pleased
overy one who heard him. Friday night
Mr. "Wall makes his first bow beforo tho
club, and will meet with an enthusiastic
Wodnesday night a bright light on the
river led some of our citizens to think that
a kerosene barrel bad been fired and set
afloat. But as It camo nearer it proved to
bo a Cairo sable tanner's club from Cairo.
It was accompanied by a brass band, led
by an active baso drummer. After a short
stay at tho wharfbo&t It passed on, bound
up tho river.
Mr. J. Brett, formerly of this city, is
sponding a few days with us. He is now n
successful merchant at Grand Tower and
says that city will poll a heavy majority
for Governor Koerner, Greeloy and
Brown. Mr. Fennor Aldrich has Just re
turned from Jollct and Chicago, where
ho has been visiting for somo months
Ho is well posted in politics and speaVs
most oncouragcingly of that section. Ho
statos that Long John Wonthworth
claims tho stato will give Koerner 20,000
majority and Greeloy 16,000. Ho be
lieves Long John has a correct view, and
wo say long may ho wave.
Tho factories uro all running in full
blast. The Wool worth Handlo Works
will put in a new engine this month,
which will delay them a week only. The
Mound City Hub and Spoko company Is
under tho direction of tho Korr Bros.
The Marino Ways company has tho
enorgetic end Jolly mariner Capt. Wm. L.t
Hambleton. Tbo Wheelbarrow factory
is owned and controled by tbo favorite
Liboral of Pulaski county, Mr. Edward
Sbippon, assisted by Mr. Amos Poasely.
Mr. Andy Dougherty manages a flrst-cluss
Barrel factory. Wo bolievo all tbo abovo
are successful and add prosperity to the
HO! FOB UNITY.
J. It. Cunningham will run twoexpross
?agons from Cairo to tho Unity Greeley
and Brown barbacuo, on Saturday morn
ing to-day. Turn out to tbo first Liberal
Itally in Alexander county.
Uouse for rent on Division street, bo
tween Twentieth and Twonty-flnt street
Apply to Mrs, Gaffney, Central House.
Go to the Thalia for the best "Weils
Veer in. town 6-Jldtf
RIVER NEWS. .
Steamer William Cowen, St. Louis.
" Jcnnio Howell, Now Orleans.
" Idllwild, Evansvlllo.
" Win. Jasper, Now Orloans.
" Cnmelia, Louisville.
" Julia, Louisville
" Illinois, Columbus.
" JimFlskjr., Paducah.
Stcamor "William Cowen, St. Louis.
" Jennie Howell, Loulsvillo.
" Idlewild, Evansvlllo.
" Wm. Jasper, St. Louis.
" Camella, Louisville.
" Julia, VI iksburg.
" Illinois, Columbus,
Jim Fisk Jr., Paducah.
BIO MUDDY COAL
Steamboats supplied at any ttnio, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tbo yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offorcd on favorable
tortus upon application.
H. V. Olyfuant,
D. A. Bokee, Gcn'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-16-ly.
boats leavino to-day.
The large and fine Bismarck, will leave
for Now Orleans this evening at 0 o'clock.
Tho fast and elegant steamer, City of
llolonn, Is tho anchor lino doparturo to
day at 0 p.m., for Memphis and nil way
Tho Colorado is tho packet for St. Louis,
and leaves at. 6 o'clock this evening.
Tho fino La Clnirc, is the regular Evans
villo packet leaving at G p.m.
The regular packet Jim Fisk, Jr.,
leaves nt 4 o'clock this ovenlnc for
Paducah and all way points.
The tug Cache, is tho packet for Mound
City, leaving thrco times every week day.
condition or thk mvers.
Tho Ohio was stationary at this point
yesterday with a tendency to Jail. Tho
Ohio botweon here and Loulsvillo Is In a
very bad condition. On French Island
thero is less than three feet water over
tho bars and still falling. Tho muddy Mis
sitslppi continues on a steady decline, and
tho anchor lino boats roporl only seven
feet in tho channel.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Busincis along tho landing was very
good yesterday, and all tho packets came
in with good cargoes.
Tho sun camo down ns sultry as ever,
and everybody prcsplred freely.
Charles W. Mills, part owner and clerk
of tbo Louisville nnd Cairo packet Mollio
Rag on, died very suddenly at the residence
of his mother in Paducah on last "Wcdnes
day night. When tho boat left hero last
Tuesday, ho was feeling a littlo unwell, and
when tho boat reached Paducah, he stop
pod off, and went home, but continued to
grow worse, until bo died. He was in his
23rd year, and was a promising young
man. His remains were taken to Smith-
land for interment.
The Camelia was aground a fow times
and reported French Island as being tho
worst place on tho river. She brought
out a good rcshipping trip.
Jos. Beverly, clerk of the Jim Fisk, is
sick, and has stopped off for a fow trips
The Jcnnio Howell went up tho Ohio
light trip. That is tbo woy bvats havo to
go now, if thoy wish to reach Loulsvillo
Thii Fisk brought in n splondid passen
gcr trip and among them wo noticed sov
cral lmndssmo young ladles, who wcro nc
compamed by the ugliest man ever seen
Painters commenced work on tho C. B,
Church yesterday morning. She will be
painted all over with tho oxception of tho
insldo of hor cabin.
The Julia camo in on good time, and
found considerable frieght forjjclow.
Tho Tom Jasper passed up with a fair
freight list, the principal item was 2000
bars r ilroad iron.
Tho transit steamer Illinois litis rented a
cellar on tho levco near hor landing and,
will hereafter, buy hor stores at wholesale,
keep them in tbo cellar and uso them
as sho needs them. Tho idea is n good
last review, than for tho snmo length of
tlmo in soveral weeks. "Wo nolo ssles oi
cars common mixed del at $1B 00; 6
cars cholco Timothy at $20 00 dolj 1 car
good mixed dol. at $18 00; 2 cars cholco
Timothy at $10 60J0 00 dol ; 1 car
cholco mixed nl $18 00; 12 cars cholco
Timothy del. at $10 0020 00; 2 cars
ordinary mixed nt $16 00 del; 0 cars
cholco mixed del, at $18 GO: 4 cars cnoico
Timothy at "20 00 del, nnd 2 cars cholco
mixed dol. at $18 60.
CORN. Thoro Is n good stock of all
kinds In tbo market and no domand cx
copt for Wbito to supply tbo mills In tho
city. There is no foreign demand at nil-
Pricos romaln Bbout tho same.
WHITE CORN. Sales woro 1 car in
sacks dol. at 65c; 1 car in sacks nt
67c, dol. and t cars and 3 cars in bulk on
trnrk nt 47c.
MIXED CORN. W o noto a solo ol one
car in sacks del. at 48c
OATS. Vory plenty and very dull.
prices are lower and oasy no domand at
nny price to-day. Wo noto sales or
Car Cholco Northern In sacks on ordors nt
32 cts ; 2 Cars choice on ordnrs nt 31 cts
in sacks; 1 Car cholco in sacks del at 3U
cts ; 2 Cars In sacks dol at 29 cts, nnd 8
Cars In sacks del at 2!)30 cts.
CORN MEAL. Very dull prices un
sottlod. A largo stock is accumulating on
tho general markot and no present do
mand. "Wo noto sales of 1 Car Kiln
Dried, dol at $2 80, and 200 bbls " Evon-
Int? Star." Cltv Mills, steam dried at
BUTTER. Strictly cholco is scarce
and in demand at quotations. Common
plontv and unsaleable. 5 Packages cholco
sold at 18fi20cts.
EGGS. Nono In tho market. Strictly
fresh in small pucknges would sell readily
at oulsido quotations. Ten boxes fresh,
shipper's count, sold ot 12JlBo.
CHICKENS. Plenty and dull. Ten
coops Cholco Young sold nt $2 60, nnd 6
coops Small Young brought $1 60 per
POTATOES. 16 bbls sold at $1
FRUIT. Plenty of nil kinds. Grapes
aro selling from first hands nt I050c fl
PLASTERING HAIR. 30c bushel
LIME. In lots nt $1 26 "fl bbl
CEMENT. At wholcsalo $2 00
3t2 25 rt bbl.
WHEAT. Tho prices to-day, reported
by tho City .Mills, arc. io. l unite
$1 40; No. 2 White. $1 30; No. 1 Red
SI 30; No. 2 Red, SI 25; Moditorranean
$1 20. Damp or tough wheat is unsalea
SACKS. Rcsowcd Gunnies 1819J
Corn IJurlnps, 2 JJus. i.a, 18 cts. Ira
proved Gunnies, 2 Bushel, 21 cts. Oats
Burlap', 6 Bushel 23 cts. Cotton seam
less bnus, 36 to 38 cts each.
HAMS. Suirar Cured, canvasicd, V lb.
17 to 18c. Shoulders Bacon Bu: Clear
Sides Bacon. 10c: Breakfast Bacon. 12k
CHEESE. New York Factory, new, "f! lb
11 to IDC.
BROOMS. Common House dozen, $1
) ; Choice to jixtra, ea uoow i ; a. it. i
BEESWAX. lb 30c.
SOAP. Schaeffcr's German mottled
"Jc i Champaign soap, "Jc.
TALLOW, "0 tb 7c.
SUGAlt New Orleans, Prime to Choice
r3 lbll12c ; Coffee A. l'.'J to 13c. : Crushed
and Powdered, 14 to 16c. ; Granulated, 14) to
SYRUPS Choice V gallon, 86c81 00
New Orleans. 70G&0c.
SEEDS. Millet bu.hel, 32 00; Timothy
TEAS Imperial, 75123; Otinpow
der, 73GU 25; Oolong H.uck, 751 00
loung liyson, i w(it,i 40.
COFFEE Java, 2S30c. ; Laguayro.
Bio. Prime to Choice i!24 to 23c.
FREI GUT TO MEMl'IHS.-Flour. 25c
Hay, v4s60; Corn'rJ cwt., 16c; Oats, 15c.
Potatoes "rl bbl., 25c. ; Apples, 25c ; Pork
35. ; Whiskey GOc. ; Lumber, 13 31. S7 00,
Heavy freight ?J cwt.. 15c.
IN TWENTY YEARS,
TUB SALK OK
City NntlOBnl Bank Bolldluir.
aaa.Heclal attention paid to orders lrom steam
boats nlulit ordar
TO NEW ORLEANS. Flour bbl. 35c;
Potatoes, 35c; Apples, 35c; Pork, Co.;
Whiskey. 75c. ; Hay 'j ton, 80 00 ; Co;x
cwt.. 20c. : OuK 20c. ; Tobacco rX hhd.
Our Homo Advertisers.
nAS INCREASED 800 PER CENT.
SOLD lOtT 1871.
250,000 Are in Daily Usi'
DOING MORE WORK,
DOING IT BETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT CHEAPER,
DOING IT CLEANER,
DOING IT EASIER
And with greater ciUi-laellun mid ltlg of
labor than tiny Stove In uh.
SOLD 1IY KXCKL810II MANU'l'O. COMI'ANV
Wholetale Dealer, in tall kind, of TINNKKS'
biuuki aou ny aiinreBtore Dra'pr., like
U. W. HENDERSON,
193 Commercial Avenue,
CAIIIO, . ILLS.
Our Home Advertisers.
:ohmmhion Ann forwabdino.
DEALBE I3ST XjXMBI
Cement, Plaster Paris,
PLASTER K It'S II A 1 11,
NO. 71 OHIO I.KVEK, UNHUH CITY NATION
13TI il- thp ptirposo of building up u
MholeMilu trade lu C'ulro, I will sell to deal
cm nnd contractors In lots of 80 barrels and
upward, ut manufacturing prices, adding
Cuiro, August i;i, 18,2.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Onts, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roit FAIRllANK'S SCALES
Ohio I.euo, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS Si CO.,
(Huceesion to E. II. llcndrlcxe A Co,)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Ailraucemetiia made tfSSy
ujiou Ciiotlxomcnta. JZWJ
BEERWART, 0RTH & CO.
130 Cummkkcial Avenue, Caiho, III.
STOVES, TINWARE, HOLLOW
"W I IR, IE CLOT H
for Window Screen.,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
Ac, &c, Ac.
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, i
SCYTHES, S NAT IIS,
CRADLES, Jsc, &c.
ho manufacturer nf
Are prepared to receite, toro and forward
freights lo all jxilnu and buy and
Ml ou comml.niuD,
yllnlnn ailenrlmf to urnmptlv:
7.. D. MATHUSS.. E. C .UUL
MATHUSS k UHL,
Commissi on Merc hants
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
Ml. at OHIO LEVEL'.
Tiii'itMDAY EVE.Ni.va, Aug. 22, 1872.
Thero is no improvement to noto in tho
general market. Grain is dull and lower
Thero is very little demand for AVhito
Corn, and none at all for Mixed or Yel
low. Oats would not sell to-day at any
price; good Southern Illinois Mixed were
offered this morning nt 28 Jo, sacked nnd
delivered, nnd found no buyer. Flour is
quiet and weak, no demand for any grade.
Strictly cholco Buttor and fresh Eggs
uro In demand ; none In tho market.
Our reports of this weok aro very light.
Owing to tbo hot weather vory littlo busi
ness was attempted. Our merchants are
feoling hopeful that tho bentod term is
nearly past, when It is bolioved trade will
revive No rain of any conscquonco has
fallen in this section for six weeks, and tho
heat and dust is almost unendurable; tho
thermometer to-day reached ono hundrod
degrees in tho shade.
6y0orrospondonts should hear in
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from first bands, unless
othorwise staged, and that in filling smull
ordors higher prices must Lo paid.Tjig
FLOUR. Plenty In tho market and no
domand; pricos weak. Our reports of sales
are comprised in 300 bbls Various
grades nt $1 75$8 60, nnd 300 bbls
Various grades on orders $0 00$ 8 SO.
Sales to-day, by City Mills, wero 160
bbls AVhito AVhoat Family nt $8 50, 1C0
bbls Rod AVhoat Family at S7 00$7 75
and 100 bbls XXX at $7 00.
HAY'. Cholco Hay is in good demand
and scarce. All that arrives finds ready
sales at quotations, Common Hay is
plenty and dull. Thoro is seldom, if over,
any market boro for anytbiug bolow a
good Timothy or good Mixed. Thero has
titan btavUr transactions in hay sine our
&1 00 ; Cotton 'fi bale, 81 50 ; Lumber M
Siu uu. ueavy ircigiu, p cm. -ve
Mrs. J. H. Oberly,
Mrs. J. T. Rennle,
Mrs.AV. A. Bristol,
Mrs. F. L. Thompson,
Mrs. B. F. Fields,
Mrs. F. Axly,
Mrs. Mile Parkor,
Mrs. W. AV. Thornton
Mrs. A. Comings,
Mrs. E. A. Burnett,
Mrs, M. Smallenberg,
Mrs. G. M. Alden,
Mrs. Henry Elliott,
Mrs. C. P. Parsons.
Tbo abovo list compriso a few of tho
ladies who havo tested and aro using
Buknett'b Steam Cookino A'esskl, nnd
speak In terms of highest praise of it.
They nnd others using it, say thoy would
not do without it for many times its cost.
For sale by A. Hallky on Commercial
Tho Cairo Tnruers will hold their 10th
anniversary on Monday September 17th,
at John Scheel's garden nnd hall. No
pains will bo spared to mako tho ontor
tuinment a grand affair. Tho celebration
will conclude with a largo ball.
Particulars nnd programmes will bo
furnished In duo tlmo. Tho r.ommlttoo of
arrangements U a vory selected one, nnd
know how to manage such things.
REGULAR CAIHO, PADUCAH & EVANS
V1LLE SEMI-WEEKLY U. S.
The Fast and Elegant Paste niter Steumer .
Jack Ohammeii, Master.
Ed. Thomas, Clerk.
EST Leaves Cairo for Paducah nnd Evans-
vine, overy inurstiiiy unu aunuay cvcnitig,
ii 'i..i.ri. .... .......1.,,. ... ...i.T:
tho Louhvlfle and Cincinnati packets. For
irelglit or ptwsago apply to
Jamkb llioos Passenger Ag't.
Sheet iron ic Coitkk
tolo Agent for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Ubic'b Moveable Point Steel Plow
Ghay's Patent Coal Oil Canb,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
PCANTLIN A COOK'S
E VAPOR ATORd AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted n nr eiirn lor mnkln2 vhimnlH
REGULAB CAIRO. PAD" UCAI1 & EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The line Passenger Packet
BEN'. HOWARD Master
Nkoley Rudd Clerk
Leaves Cairo for Paducah anil Evuns-
vlllu every Tuesday and Friday evening
o'clock. For freight or passage apply
Jakes Biaat , Fasssngsr Ag't.
board or to
)n KIkIiUi Street, between Coinmor;al and Wash
nton Avenue, fa daily rocelvini;
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST BrniNd AND SUMMER STYLE?.
lICHKien a lull tine of
I Trimmed and untrlmmed,
FltKNCll FLOWRUS. HIB110NB, THIMMIN03
of all klod. Locos, eta., eta.
Mr. Mcdee ban also a large assortment o
Faucy Articles, such as
NECK Tl.a. COLLARS. UNDERSLEEVE9,
HUKKti, BASH KS, FANS,
And all olherarttclca usually found in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. Mcfloe, In addition to her tock of Fancy
nnd Millinery Hnn,l, hai n ttnn nnd complex ni'
sortmeut ot Cincinnati Custom Mii'le Ludlen
and Minn?' tjhoca and Children' boot", UUck
and In Colors. These are acknowledged to he
the finest nnd best siloed tn the marliel, ar.d this
the only place In tho city that mako, them a
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Streot, botwoen Washington
and Commercial Avenuos,
Is recelrfni: dully new invoices of
Of every description, and at I'aicts to Sen tiii
THE LATEST STYLES OF
SPRINO AND SUMMER GOODS,
LACES OF ALL KIND
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOIXY A'ARUEN PARASOLS, ETC.
ogethor with all the other artolee kept In a
rat Class Millinery and Trimmings Btore. To
old atthe vsry lowost figure,
coal' tad hi her. Mo trouble to shew
STRATTON & BIRD,
f Mil an .-.a trsMlVBtlnn ftinUnn.h rtrt
57 Ohio Lovtio, Cairo, Illinois
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. M. Williams, Jas. Kinsley?
I.ale of Vickiburg, Mini. Late of Cln'tl.J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
FOItYVARMNU AND COMMISSION
5S, OHIO LEA' EE,
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John 11. Hilllti,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cob. TENTI1-ST. and OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
HE It t) HANTS.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
OHIO IllVEU AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee