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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1872.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
t
WILLIAM IIARRELL,
8iicccswrloll.S. Harrrll.
DEALER IV
Furniture, bedding
A -V It
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
GOODS.
Tfcornton's Block loth street lict. Commer
cial and Washington Avenue.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
m9 Parian.
ItUtbefrrat Imsstfcold rrraedjr, p!faantto
tkt, yetpstoatfoTlha prevention and cure of
H int It It better than Bitten, Cordial,
::aeoaerBararrilU. Sold by Druggists
r. anrrt Bwt Had Plut Mh
KUd yet ttwroocb bo nausea or griping en
Inly vegetable great 1 trer remedy. Price 16
:ent. Sold by DrncilsU.
Mr. Wkltcomb) Hjtmp.
Tta great soothing remedy. Price on'.jr 25
dt. Glrea rot to the mother and health to
tbtchIM SoldbyDnurglsU.
Xarrliff Galde.
Interesting work, Enlarged Edition, New
SngraTlng, Two-hundred and Utr Pages.
PrleaM cents. Address Do. Both' Dtarrx-
utt, is North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Ma
ASTTsnueraent.
THE BULLETIN.
Paklletla eaee, Balleila BalMlaa
Waaklawtaa Aveaa.
General market quiot.
Bur your underwear of MoskoviU.
Circuit court will toon bo the feature of
tho day.
The present demand for oats in thii
markot exceeds tbo supply.
The now mill of Wood and Oreon, now
In process of construction, is being pushed
ahead with nil possiblo energy.
Gamble is making additions to bis
wfon manufactory, and tho box factory
is also engaged in tho same business.
To kmc is an activodomnnd for fresh eggs
and rain in Cairo. Both havo bcon as
scarco as ensh for thrco months past.
Walters, tho lumber man, has leased
tho lots on which 1). S. llarrol's furnituro
storn formorly stood, and will put up a
brick building to be used as a planing
mill.
C'JTfl TA CO A lrilrl Agent wanted !
OU 1U Alt d.neii or working eo
)r,Uhr aex, roungor old, make moie money
-1 wora I T u in ineir tptr moment nr an. ine
nine, inmn i nnvininc eie, j-aiucuinr irr
AddretsU. Minion A Co., Cortlaod, Maine.
septl5wly,
FOR SALE.
OX EASY TERMS I
A valuable farm within seven mile of
Metropiil. on the .Tonciboro llosd, conit
lncoflsrrc with ft I acre cleared nnd
itherliiiproDincnt., now owned and form-
trty ocrtipicu. uy .1. i . Jf entile.
TEBMs. One-fourth down balance In
one, two anil turee yean note secured lv
tnortoirc. with six per cent. interct.
N. B. The timber Is food and has never
Peen cuued and no timber will be permitted
o be cut or ummI. excent what i nei-e.-arv
:or the wear and tear oi the place, until after
me feconu payment iiis iecn made.
For iidormatlon applv to
.1. T. KENNIK
9-Mf Cairo. 111.
NOTICE.
ILLISOI:- UNTBALlJ. It. Co.. 1
Agent's orncE. i into, Sept. p. isT2. j
To persons whhing to attend the Fair
Association to ! held at DuQuoin, from
St-puinl-er ICtfa to 20th, we will sell ex
ertion tickets t DuQuoin and return, at
one fare and a t.rth for the round trip.
j It sale of ticket- will commence Sept.
Jth and discontinue after the departure
f' train on the morning of Sept. 20th.
'l:ckets will be good to return until Sept.
ut, iseloiire. To parties going with
tck or articles for exhibition, we will
.sue tickets on and after Sept. 13tb.
J a lit Johnson, A cent.
9-lOniCt.
When you visit Anna, don't neglect
to call at Rush & Uatnmoti'a restaurant.
Charloy Pflflcrllng is tho cook, nnd all
Cairo pcoplo know that ho is among the
masters of tho culinary art.
Burolaiw attempted to break into Ike
Waldcr's residence, Fifth street, Monday
night. Ono of the Indlei of tho house heard
the thieves, and woko Mr. Waldcr who let
loose his doc;s and frightened tho rascals
awav.
Mn. Clark, proprietor of Clark's block
proposes to sink a drivo well in front of
his block, on Ohio Levee. Tho well will
bo a great convenience to tbo public, and
of great value to Mr. Clark's tenants.
Tho new jury law is tho subject of a
great deal ot persistent swearing among
the unfortunates who havo been drafted
into the jury service. To those who
would escape tho terrors of the jury box,
we would say "Join a firo company."
Our market report save choice butter is
in active demand. It is with us. Wo
have been demanding that kind of butter,
time out of mind in Cairo, and have nover
succeeded in getting any that came up
to our standard oxcept a solitary roll
from James Mulchahey.
Don Morrison will speak at
Jonesboro, Thursday after-
neon, the second day of the
Union county fair.
"W ATM-proof St. Louis Lager beer at
the Thalia Saloon. Persons who drink
it defy storm and dampness, and never
Lave occasion to pay a doctor bill.
V-S-dlm.
W. H. Ko:kwku. o; Co. have the
igescy for the sale of tickets to the Free
Gift Concert in aid of the Public Library
ot Kentucky.
Five hundred thousand dollars in cur
rency to be distributed i gifts of from
S100 to $100,000. See circulars,
septstf.
NOTICE.
Ii-i-s., Ckxthal . It., Co. 1
Agent's Ors-ICK. Caiho, Sept. !t, IpTJ. f
To persons wishing to attend the llli
riots btate r air to to held at Ottawa from
.September ICth to 21st, wo will sell excur
Hon tickets from Cairo to LaSallo arid re
turn at $12 85.
Sale of ticketi will commenco Soptorn-
lerluth and disutitinue on the departure
t the train on tl.o morning of September
0th. Tickets will bo good to return until
! ie 24th inclusive. To parties going with
f'ock or articles for exhibition we will
-ksue ticket on Mid after to-day.
Jamks Johnxox, At-ont.
9-10-dCt; b
NOTICE.
Having been nppointed street supervisor
I am now ready to collect street tax for
tho year 1872. For tho accommodation of
ii'l interested I will be at my office south
fiat corner ot 1 ushington nve. and 14 th
f trect, every evening between the hours of
7 and 8J o'clock. 2t.
II. C. Loru.v, Street Supervisor.
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
City ITatloBal Bank Buildlutr.
vcial attention paid toordera trotn ateaoi
boat nlKht ordar
Thk acceptance of the proposition of
the Illinois Central railroad company to
remove the tracks of the road from their
present location and lay them near the
brow of the levee, leaving a broad road
way between the tracks and the sidewalk,
provided the city will pay forballastingtbe
tracks say, 12,600 should be accepted
without bestitation. Ihe change will be
of incalculable benefit to Ohio Loveo to
the business of the citv. The Mavor
should call a meeting of the council to con
sider the proposition at once.
Messrs. Blum and Auou are receiv
ing large invoices of new goods direct from
tho Eastern markets daily. They are fil
ling the new store room on Eighth St. with
the largest and most complete assortment
of dry goods and clothing ever brought to
this market. They expect to be ready to
open their doors to the citizens of Cairo
on Monday the ICth, when all their old and
new friends are cordially invited to call on
them. Due notico of timo of opening will
bo given by posters, and bills distributed
in the city. 0-ll.d5t
A vkkv respectablo meeting, number
ing about a thousand citizen?, assembled
at the Liberal mooting grounds last night
to hoar Col. Martin, of Patlucah. Tho no
tico of tho meeting had bcon insufficient,
owing to a misunderstanding and the un
certainty of Col. Martin's prcsenco, but
tho largo crowd thut met was, under tho
circumstances, a high complimont to tho
Colonel's ability, who made a lino speech,
going over tho cntiro ground of tho issues
now boforo tho pcoplo, and eliciting loud
applauso. Tho Colonel is an oxcellcnt
spoakor, logical, forcible and eloquent.
Senator Trumbull will
speak at Du Quoin, Thursday,
second day of the Perry county
fair. Tho authorities of the
fair have promised that they
...in ?i i i . .
win permu nun 10 speaK in
the fair grounds.
The undersigned, late workmon with
J. P. Gamble, have opened a shop, corner
nf ICth street and Commercial avenue, for
the manufacture and repair of "Wagons,
Buggies, drays, etc., etc., and for the pur-'
; ose or doing a uk.vbiul wiiEKi.itiaiir
uusiness. They respectiully ask a share
of the public patronage.
J. RlCUAKllSOK.
uf. 13-tf. O. Q. Davhwov.
You can buv siv
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol-
Jar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
.a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-fivo Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ov
crything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
A very serious accident happonod yoS'
terday about 11 o'clock. Tho team of tho
browery had been hitched in tho brow-
ery yard, and the driver was about to
mount his seat, when tho horses becamo
frightened, and dashed forward at n furi
ous pace, f meen or twenty children
of tho Catholic school wero playing in tho
street opposito tho Stnytbo resldonce, and
the horses dashed among theso. A littlo
sou of Albert Susanku, sgod about six
years, was tho only one injured. Ho ran
toward the Smythecornor of Washington
avonuo and Ninth street, but was over
taken by tho toam when about ten foet
from tho corner of tho sidewalk. The
foot of the off hor.o struck and knocked
him down. Tho force of tho blow pushod
him forward about eight feet, dashing his
head against the edgo of the sidewalk In
such a manner as to lacerate his ear and
tear it nearly off. When wo saw tho littlo
sutlorer ho was under tho influence or
chloroform, and it had not boon ascer
tained whother ho had received any dan
gerous wounds. Drs. Evans and "Wadg
meyer, happened to be near at the time of
the accident and rendered tho sufferer all
the relief possible. It is a wonder tho boy
was not instantly killed.
If you want FineToasor Coffees, Splca
or canned Fruits, choice fresh Buttor, or
the very best Flour, go toT. W. Carrico'.
grocery storo on Washington avenue be
tween Eighth and Ninth streets.
8-8-Iw.
JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED
FOB FALL AND WINTER TRADE.
John Antrim begs loavo to Inform hii
numerous customors and tho trade gener
ally that ho has opened a vory superior
stock of forolgn and domesti) woolens '
adapted to tho merchant tailoring trado.
Thoro has boon a marked improvement
ovor former years both ns re
gnrds stylo and quality. Ho ha,
black and colorod cloths of such
manufacturers as Uilgors Bros., Irvan
Semonis, Peltzcr, Biolley, Forstman and
others. Also black doeskins by samo
mako. Vestlngs and volvett, plain and
fancy, nnd othor novelties. Suitings
comploto in every particular, including
English frieze, English andScoth mittons
kersoys and cheviots, beaver ovorcoatings
etc. Go and examino his stock. If you
want a real elegant suit got up on short
notico ho will guarantee a good fit
or no salo. Having omployod a good and
skillful man, Mr. A. T. Jones, to prosido
over tho tailoring department, bo is ona
ablcd to turn out work second to nono
in tho west or east, and at from ten to flf-
toon dollars cheaper on suits of tho samo
material purchased in St. Louis, Chicago,
or any other city. soptl 1-31,
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
KKQULAK MKET1NQ OF TUB CITY COUNCIL.
Council CiiAMnnt. l
Caiiio, III., Seitemdek Out, 1872.
Present Alderman Phillls, Rearden,
Robinson, Saflbrd, Souse, Standi, Stratton,
and Walder 8.
Alderman Rearden In tbo chair.
ordinances.
Tlo folio wing ordinances wero read tho
nrsi nme in tins ooard ana laia over lor a
second reading, viz: "an ordinance to
amend section 10 of ordinance No. 14, of
tho rovlsed ordinanco ; " " an ordinance
providing for an alteration of tho city
grado and an amendment of ordinance
No. 1 7 of the rovised ordinances;" "an
ordinance to amend ordinance No. 3 of
the revised ordinances; " and "an ordi
nance authorizing the construction of an
approach to Washington avenue on
Seventeenth street."
Alderman Buder appeared in his seat.
ROnBKTSON's ACCOUNT-.
The select council having refused to
concur in tho action of this board on the
12th ult., in regard to the account of
officer Robertson, on motion of Alderman
Safford tho account was referred back to
tbo committee on claims.
an ordinance.
An ordinanco entitled 11 an ordinance
providing for the construction of certain
sidewalks, and the reconstruction or re
renewal of other sidowalki therein
mentioned," was read tho first
time in this board. Aid. Robinson offered
an amendment to said ordinance which
was on motion of Aid. Safford, adopted.
The ordinance as amended was thero laid
over for a second reading.
HILLS.
The following bills were reported back
by tho committee on claims with recom
mendation for payment, viz :
it. 11. Cunningham, rent of coun
cil building for August 40 00
Wm. McHale, dieting prisoners
in August, 4o3 days 220 60
T. B. Farrin, lumber 95 43
N. Cantwell, running garbage
cart in August 80 00
P. Conlan, 2C day'a labor on
streets in August 12 00
Thos. Fitzgerald, 6 days' labor on
streets in August 12 00
Wm. McHale, 24 days' work on
streets in August 4S 00
John Oladnoy, hauling 117 loads
lumber 68 CO
li. 11. bease, freight paid on fix
tures for fencing St. Mary's
Park J4 CO
T. W. Ualliday, cash and freight
paid on stamp for cancellation. U 36
b. H. Sease, cash paid for wire
and iron fixtures for fencing for
St. Mary's Park 341 65
Jos. JJrankel, ij days' foncing St.
Mary's Park 20
ihos. Fitzgorald, 6 days' fencinc
St. Mary's Park
Frank Bomis, 2 days' fencing St.
Wo.... U.l.
12 SO
6 00
163 CO
12 00
00
2 00
:i 00
75 00
00
33
75 00
00
00
76 00
00
60
Mary's Park
Halllday Bros., codur posts for St.
MaryTs Park fenco
John Oladnoy, hauling 1G loads
posts for St. Mary's Park
Chas. Harris, mowim: weeds in
St. Mary's Park 18
A. Cain, killing and ImDoundinc-
2 dogs in August
F. Vincent, 2 bbls lime and dray-
BKO
L. A. Burnott, Atnrust salarv ns
comptroller 50 00
A. Cain, August salarv as mar
shal
M.J. Uowloy, Auuust snlarv as
city clerk loo
dos. U. 'laylor, August salary as
treasurer, 19 days C3 33
L. H. Myors, August salarv ns
chief of polico 83
II. T.Martin, August salary as
poii co consiauio
J. C. Lnhuo, August salarv as do
lico constable 75
R. F. Billingsly, August salary oh
polico constable 76
C. Mchner, August salary ns uo-
lico constable 76 00
Phillip Helm, August salary as
polico ronstablo
Frjod. Whitkamp, August salary
as polico constable, 26 days C5
W. W. Wooton, August salary as
health officer, 15 days 37
T. W. Hallidav. August salarv as
Treasurer pro itm 8 days 20
Cairo tjity uas uo., gas consumed
in 84 stroet lamps in August...
L. II. Myors, chief of police, bal.
due on account of hogs impoun
ded in July and August,
A. McTiguo, hauling dead bogs...
Wm. Henry, Jr., hardware-
is. ananncksy, polico magtstrato
July and August salaries SO 00
ci. A. uevore, lowering sidewalks
on Washington Ave 104 66
rticK Williams, moats rurntsnea
pest bouse from Aug. 1st to Intu
P. Dowd, hauling 2 loads lime by
order of health officer
Moses Hill, attondance at pest
houso from August 1st to 16th
Arena Ramsey, attondanco at pest
liouo from Aug. 1st to 13th
W. W. Wooton, samo to Aug. 15
George Seholltnel, provisions,
wood, coal, rent of pest house,
etc
L. Jorgensen, groceries furnished
pest nouse to Aug. 15th
On motion or Aid. 8tralton the forego
ing bills were allowed by tho following
vote: Ayes Buder, Phillls, Rearden,
Robinson, Safford, Sease, Stand), Stratton
andWaldor-9. Nay 0.
The committee on claims reported back
the bill of St. Mary's Infirmary, amount
ing to $299.60, recommending its reference
to the mayor. Aid. Safford moved tba
07
291 00
27 00
1 00
1 60
3 85
1 00
32 10
21 37
45 00
18 90
14 74
tho bill be allowed, tho mayor having al
ready reported tho bill to bo correct.
Carried by tho following vole: Ayes
Budor, Phillls, Rearden, Robinson, Saf
ford, Seaso, Standi, Stratton ,and Walder
9. Nay 0.
Tho samo commiltco reported back tho
bill of Taylor & Parsons, trustees, for
lease of lots 88 and 84 in city block 48 and
taxes paid on same, recommending Its
roferenco to tho committeo on police and
jail. On motion of Aid. Seaso tho bill was
referred as recommended.
Bill of John Cahill for $242 36 for fill
ing crossings were reported back to tho
committeo recommending payment of
f 137 20 in full of tho bill. On motion of
Aid. Safford tho bill was nllowcd as rocom
mended by the following vote : Ayes
Budor, Phillls, Reardon, Robinson, Saf
ford, Seaso, Stand), Stratton nnd Walder
9. Nays 0.
Thocommittoon claims referred back tho
bills of tho Cairo City Gas Co, for $12 35
for gas usod at tho differont engine houses
six months to Sopt. 1st, refusing to recom
mend payment of same. Aid. Robin
son moved to allow. Carriod as follows
Ayes Robinson, Safford, Sease, Standi,
Stratton and Walder C. Nays Budor,
Phillls and Rearden 3.
Tbo claim of Pbllipp McDonald for
$550, being tho amount of a judgment hero-
toforo rendered against the city, was re
portod back with recommendation for
payment. On motion of Aid. Safford the
claim was allowed by the following voto
Ayes Budor, Rearden, Safford, Sease,
Phillls, Standi, Stratton, and Walder 8.
Nays Robinson 1.
Petition of Augusta Schick by her next
friend Wm. Schick, asking $300 damages
on account of injuries sustained by falling
through a sidewalk, was reported back by
the samo committeo recommending pay
ment of $100 in full of claim, the commit
teo having compromised the matter with
Mr. Schick by allowing tho latter amount.
On motion of Aid. Buder tho amount was
allowed as recommended by the following
vote: Aves Buder, Phillis, Reardon.
Robinson, Safford, Seaso, Standi, Stratton
and Walder 9. Nay 0.
Bill of D. L. Davis for $11 10, boing
subscription to 'Evening Sun,' was re
ported back by tho committeo stating
that they knew no authority for tho claim.
Aid. Buder moved to allow. Aid. Seaso
moved to amend by tabling tho bill.
Amendment carriod : Ayes Phillis
Rearden, Safford, Sease and Stratton 5.
Nays Buder, Robinson, Standi and
Walder 4.
On motion adjourned.
M. J. Howlet, City Clerk.
RIVER NEWS.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Belfast, St. Louis.
" Bismarck, New Orleans.
" Mollie Moore, New Orleans.
" Wm. Cowen, Bend.
" James E. Rankin, Louisville.
" Idlewild, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, Paducah.
DEPARTED.
Steamer Belfast, New Orleans.
" Bismarck, Paducah.
" Mollie Moore, St. Louis.
" Wm. Cowen, St. Louis.
" James E. Rankin, Louisville.
" Idlewild, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, Paducah.
BIO MUDDY COAL
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at the yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Bokee, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
BOATS LEAYINCJ TO-DAY.
The now and splendid City of Helena
will leave this evening at C 'o'clock for
Memphis Vlcksburg nnd all way landings.
Tho good stoamer Lo Claire is tho re
gular packot departing for Evansvillo and
all points on tho Ohio rivor this ovening
at C o'clock. The fine anchor lino stoamer
St. Joseph will leavo for St. Louis and all
way landings this ovening at 8 o'clock.
Tho pet packet Jim Fisk Jr is tho 4
o'clock p. m packet for Puducah and way
landings.
CONDITION or THK RIVERS.
Here the declino in tho Ohio during tho
past 24 hours was about 4 inches. Tho de
clino is steady, and beforo long, Bacon
rock will show itself. Thoro are 6 foet 4
inches water ovor it now, which makes it
dangerous for passing stoamcrs. The con
dillon ot the Ohio between here and
Louisvillo is vory low, even the lightest
draft boats can bring only light trips.
30 inches is tho depth of tho channel.
Tbo Mississippi will soon be 'as low as
tho Ohio. It is stoadily declining, and
only 6 feet scant can be found with the
stick. The water below hero is getting
a littlo tbin, but no boats have had any
trouble alter leaving here.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER,
Not much doing on tho loveo during tho
forenoon, but towards evoning the pack
ets coming in mado things look up a lit
tlo. .Tho local packets brought in fair
trips
Tho weather was clear and the nir was
vory ploasant.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Tho Bismarck lias 3100 bars iron for the
Paducah and Moinphis railroad which she
delivers at Paducah. Sho did not know
whother to go to Paducah or reship hero ;
among her passongers woro about 30 pupils
for tho Capo Girardeau school, whom sho
transferred to tho Tyrone. The Belfast
camo out and did not wet a spar, she start
edout drawing CJ feet but bad to got
bargoand lighten to C feet; sho rubbed
bard several times. Tho Rankin with a
barge arrived bringing a fair trip, she was
aground 41 hours and had to doublo trip
it over Henderson bar where sho had 3
feet scant. Huso, Loo mis & Co are loading
two barges with ico for Memphis. The
William Cowon took two barges of coal
to St. Louis. Towing coal in tho present
bad condition the river is in, is a difficult
ob. Capt. Cash Thomas of the J. K
Rankin wears a Greeley hat.
IT IS A POLITICAL FACT
religious fact a moral fact a scien
tific fact a fact IndlsnuUhln. that P.
8AUP has on band,-, at his popular To
bacco and Oioar Storjj, the best brand
of all kinds Tobacco and Cigars.
MARKETJtEPORT.
MONMAY EVKNINO SEPTEMBER 0, 1872
The general market Is quiet In noarly
all its branches. Tbo Oats market shows
signs of Improving; the prosont demand
excoodi tho supply; rocelpts nro light and
prices aro firm with an upward tendency
Corn Is flat no demand at nil. Thore Is a
littlo bolter feeling in Flour. Tho domand
for cholco Hay has fallen off and prices aro
weakor only a cholco "Gilt Edge" could
command $20 00 to-day, and anything
bolow n prime mixed Is unsaleable
Eggs aro scarco and high; fresh found
ready salo to-day at 18c. Cholco Butter
Is in actlvo demand.
Tho stage of water honco to Now Or
leans is reported less than seven feet, and
no prospects of a rise. In conscquonco of
this, steamboat men nro asking higher
figures and thoro Is a prospect of an early
advanco ovor present rates of freight.
(Correspondents should bear in
mind that our quotations rcprcsont prices
for round lots from first hands, unless
otherwiso statod, and that in filling small
ordors higher prices must bo pald.
FLOUR. Market shows a littlo bettor
feeling In tho higbor grades. No cbnngo
in prices, Sales in tho genoral market
wero 100 bbls various grades at $5 OOto
7 25; 170 bbls Cholco Family at $7 60
8 00; 126 bbls Various Grades, $5 SOto
8 75, nnd 225 bbls do on orders, at $4 60
to9 00; 100 bbls XXX on track at $7 00
100 bbls XX delivered, at $G 25. Sales
to-day by Cairo City Mills woro 76 bbls
Wblto Wheal Family, 8 60; 100 bbls
XXXX do, S8 00; 100 bbls XXX, $0 00.
HAY. Cholco is moro plenty and pri
ces aro easier. Low grades nro unsalea
ble. 4 cars Choice Timothy, sold at
$20 00; 1 car do on ordors, at $20 00;
3 cars do at $19 00; 2 cars Prlmo Timo
thy at $18 00, and 1 car Prlmo Mixed, at
$17 00, all dolivcrcd.
CORN. Plenty of all kinds in tho mar
ket and no demand worth noting. Prices
aro held about tho samo as last week.
WHITE CORN. Sales consist of 1 car
in sacks, on ordors, at S2c ; 2 cars in
bulk, on track, at 4lc, and ISO sacks, del,
at 61c.
MIXED CORN. Wo nolo sales of 1
car in sacks, dol, at 44c; 1 car in sacks, on
ordors, nt 45c, and 2 cars in bulk, on
track, at 30c.
OATS. Receipts aro light, a bettor
feeling prevails in the market owing to
the recent advance in prices at How Or
leans. Should tho present light receipts
continue, prices must advanco here. Wo
nolo sales of I Car sacked and del at 29
cts; 550 sacks dol at 29 cU; 2 Cars in
bulk on track at 21 cts, and 2 Cars and 1
Car in sacks del at 30 cts.
CORN MEAL. Tho genoral markot is
dull and declining. Large quantities are
held by dealers, for which there is no de
mand. We noto sales of 100 bbls steam
dried del at $2 40 ; 200 bbls do at $2 35,
and 150 bbls " Evening Star, " City Mills
steam dried at $2 CO to $2 76.
BRAN. Plenty and dull. Wo coto
sales of 3 Cars in sacks del at S1414 60.
WHEAT. Prices aro weak and de
clining.
BUTTER. There is a good demand
for choico butter at out side quotations.
Very littlo strictly choice finds its way to
Ibis market. We noto sales of 10 Pack
ages nt 20 to 23 cts, and 10 Tub at 23 to
25 cts.
EGGS. Continue very scarce. Strictly
choice in small packages would bring 20c
to-dav. Wo note sales of 10 pakgs. ship
pers count at 1C to 18c.
CHICKENS. Market easy. 20 dozen
old Hens sold nt $350 to S4 00, nnd 30
dozen young brought $2 60 to $3 00.
FRUIT. Choice peaches are scurce,
notio coming in; good demand for thorn.
POTATOES. 50 bbls. Russet sold
nt $2 00 to $2 25.
CABBAGES. 3,000 heads sold at
S7 50 $ hundred.
LIME. 300 bbls. sold at $1 10.
PROVISIONS.-Scarco and firm.
1,000 lbs. Sugar Cured Hams sold at lOjc-
M rs. J.H. Oberly,
Mrs. J. T. Rennle,
Mrs.W. A. Bristol,
Mrs. F. L. Thompson,
Mrs. B. F. Fiolds,
Mrs. F. Axloy,
Mrs. Miles Parkor,
Mrs. W. W. Thornton,
Mrs. A. Comings,
Mrs. E. A. Burnett,
Mrs. M. Smallenborg,
Mrs. G. M. Aldcn,
Mrs. Henry Elliott,
Mrs. Kilbourn,
Mrs. O. P. Parsons.
Tho ttbovo list compriso a few of tho
ladies who havo tested and are using
Burnett's Steam Cookino Vessel, and
speak in terms of highest praise of it.
They and othors using it, say thoy would
not do without it for many times its cost.
For salo by A. Hallky on Washington
Avonuo. 8-20dlw
Louis Blatau's saloon deserves the
popularity in to which it has grown. It has
been very handsomely fitted up, and is so
comfortablo that it is a pleasure to whilo
away a spare hour there. The bar is
supplied with all kinds of fine liquor and
winos, and with tho best of Fresh Lager
Boer, and Weiss Beer that In doliclousenss
cannot bo oxcolled. A lunch, froo to
patrons, is spread evory day, and an articlo
of S weitzer Cheese, tho best in tho markot,
is always on hand. Mr. Blautau Invites
tho public to give him a call, on Eighth
street, between Commercial avonuo and
Ohio Lovoo, opposito tho Porry Houso, In
Rizer's building. 7-2. d tf
NEW EXCITEMENT AT TnE EX
CELSIOR. F. Blankcnburg wishes to announco to
his frionds and patrons that bo has suc-
coodod in ongaging Prof. Wllbrocht of
St. Louis, a flno pianist, who will amuse
tho lovers of music with a selection of
charming piocos on tho piano. Every
body is invited to tho Excelsior, cornor
of 14th streot and Washington avenue.
e-zo-tr.
ROSS' LIME, CEMENT AND COAL
DEPOT.
On Commercial avonue, foot of Eleventh
street, Mr. Koss still continues to deal ex-
onsivoly In lliuo, cement, plaster paris
plastering hair, otc, also DuQuoin, Mar-
tion and Soutern Illinois coal at from
$20 00 to $30 00 per car load,
o-iv-im-a.
laBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBKV
BEERWART. 0RTH & CO.
180 Commercial Avenue, Caiho, III.
Dealers In
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
WARE,
GRATES. MANTELS
PUMPS, PLOWS,
BBPEIQEBATOBS
ICE CHESTS.
WATER COOLERS.
GOOCH'S FREEZERS,
BIRD CAGES,
WIRE OLOTH
for Window bcreeos,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
Ac, Ac, Ac.
FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
HOES, RAKES,
SHOVELS, FORKS,
SCYTHES, SNATHS,
CRADLES, Ac, &c.
Alto maaufacturera of
GUTTERING AND
Tin,
ROOFING,
War
Sheet iron & Copper
t-olo AKnla for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uhic's Moveable Point Steel Flow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
SCANTLIN A COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
AND
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
TOP,
HOW TO
ikzeeip w.a.:r,:m:
NEXT WINTER,
(IET THE
E V E N I X G
HEATING STOVES,
thk
GREATEST WONDER!
OK
THE -La-IE!
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TO qive a more uniform and pleasant
HEAT, TO USE LEhS WOOD, ARE MORE
CAREFULLY FITTED, ARE MORE
EACILY AND CHEAPLY MOUNTED,
ARE UNDER MORE PERFECT
CONTROL, HAVE A HTRONOER
DRAFT,
AND
Give better satisfaction, ami sold for a
J.ekt Price thun anv
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
in the market. Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
NT. LOVINMO.,
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
I. IKK
Our Home AdvertUew.
COHMHMiejV ANB rBWABBINS.
C. W. HENDERSON,
Cairo, -8-20d&w4w
Ills.
WUOD I WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
The underalgned will furnlah
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An Cheap, it not Cheaper
hud any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave 'order
on the blutes at the Pontolllce and at Ross
coat yard, on Uommerclnl avenue, between
'1 cnth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. 1
give good measure ond will cord tho wood
up if desired.
uusflO-tr DENNIS HALEY.
INMAN LINE
Liverpool New. York and Philadelphia '
Steamship Company,
inoia coxTaacT with usiiiid itatis aid sbitiih
OOTEaXMIXTS
For Carrying the Maili.
FOIl passa"ge tickets
ob riauiia mroamuox
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aqt.
18 Broadway, New. York, or to
II. II o u p t ,
Waahlngton Atomic Cairn.
noia. si
Of
JOSEPH SMITH,
In Bndcr'B New Brick Building, corner
Eighth aud AVashlngton Avenuo,
BAKER & CONFECTIONER
AND DEALKK IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
Ice Cream and Soda Fountain.
1 desire to inform my patrons and the pub
lic at large, that I um at all times prepared to
furnish everything In the above line on the
shortest notice, including Wedding and
Queen cakes, etc. Also supper parties fur
nished to order promptly and perfect satis
faction warranted
For quality and prices I defy comeptltlon.
Try me once and you will come again. .
MldAvrtf.
O. GLOBE,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANT
a NO
Cement, Plaster Parid,
1KB
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
NO. 71 OHIO LEVEE, UNDER CITY NATION
AL BANK.
j3TFor tho purposo of building up a
wholesale trade In Cairo. I will sell to deal
ers and contractors in lots or 50 barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
freight,
Cairo, August 13, 1872.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Huccexors toBtratlOD, IIudtonA Clark,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
hi Ohio Loveo. Cairo, Illinois
MILLER &, PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AB
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
A HI)
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fOR FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTENHOU8E,
FLOUR
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. 31. WII.LIAMH, .1A8. KINSLEY,
Lain of Vickaburjr, Mini. Lat ol Cln'II.J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILKOAD, STEAMBOAT AND
GENERAL AGENTS,
VOUWAItDINO AND COMMISSION
MBECHANT8;
65, OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
T-itr.
?
JOHN li, PHLLIS & SON,
(Succestors to John is. I'lilllii,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AWO
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AI
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
CAIRO, ILLS.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,",
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
OHIO RIVER AND KANAWHA
SALT COMPAK"IE3.
70 Ohio Levee,
Cairo, Illinois'.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccessors to E. li. Hendrici Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AMD
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
Liberal Adrancemonts made 2rf
upon Consignment. Cf
Are prepared to rcceiTe, itore and forward
freights to all points and buy and
sell on commission,
EBusiness attended to promptly;
Z. D. UATHUB8.. X. O .UHL
MATHUSS & UHL,
AHO GEHEKAL
COMMIB SIONMeROHjLNTS
DEALERS itf
liOTTIft, O-EAIK:
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
XO. M OH. UTIE

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