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IN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1872.
ORDINANCE NO. 111.
To amend onllnawnNo.fl. ofthcltevled
He It ordained by the Clly Council of the
City of Cairo. ' ....
Section I. That section 4 ol miM ordi
nance No. .1, lie stricken out, ami tlic follow
Inc lnrrtcil In licit thereof, j: Section.
"The Clly TrraMirershall be paid a nlnry id
the rate of ulno hundred dollar (! ) pir
Aiinmn, to lie pnlil in monthly Installment"."
Approved Scpleinlier 1.1th 1872.
.Ioiin M. Lanmikn. Mayor.
Attet: M. J. Howley, Clly Clerk.
ON KASY TERMS!
A' valuable fann ullhlti soicu mllc of
Mctrop.MI', on the .Toiienboro ltoad, conilt
Ine of 'JrtO acres with (M acres cleared and
other Improvement, now owned n ml form
crly ocriiplcil. by J. T. Ilennlc.
TKUMb. One-fourth down balance In
one, two and three year noic secured by
mortgage, with six per cent. Iiheiei.
N. H. The timber I? pood and has never
been culled and no timber will be permitted
to be etit or ued, except what Is 'neccsvtry
lor the wear and tear or the place, until niter
the second payment hts been made.
For Inlomintlon applv to
j. t. rennie
O-S-lf Cairo. 111.
CITY Cl.KRK'M OKriCK. I
Camo, ill., auoust an, 1872. ;
Public notice Ishcrcby given that a special
election win no iiem on
TUEIUY, TIIK2ITH DAY (IF er.P'T, A. I. 1872,
in the city of Cairo. In the elate of Illinois,
iur uic purpose 01 electing ri
to till the vacancy occasioned by the death
of Joseph II. Taylor.
Polls will bu opened at the HoiikIi ami
Heady engine houtc, lor the llr-l and -econd
wan!, and at (he Court Hotbe, for Hie
third and fourth wants.
Polls will open at 8 o'clock a.m., and will
close at (I o'clock p.m. Hy order nt the City
Council. il. J. IIowlky, City Clerk.
,ln for Cixriinv finoi.n. AdilrrM,
Chicsco, 1,'lnclDnatl, hi. Louis, New Orlcnn-,
N-w Ynrk. ilAvttr.
Castoiiia Ib a, scientific vegctablo pre
paration; h porfoct subtituto,for nnd more
cflectivo than Ca'tc.r Oil, und it ploitsnnt
to take. It cleanses the system in n most
remarkable manner; docs not distress or
gripe, hut operates when nil othor reme
dies have failed. It is cortnln to super
cede Pills, Castor Oil, Narcotic Syrups and
all othor Purgative and exciting medicines
Tho Cattoria contains neither Minerals,
Morphine nor Alcohol. Uy its cmolient
toothing effect, it assimilates tho food nnd
produces natural sleep, particularly adapt
ing it to crying nnd teething children.
It cures Stomach Ache, "Wind Colic, Con.
itipation, Flatulency, Croup, and kills
Worms. Mako your druggist send for it;
he will always keep it, as every family
must have it. It costs but thirty-tlvo eta.
a bottle. w-lw.
ICE1 ICE II ICE J 1 1
From Wednesday May 1st, tho ico
wagon will canvass tho cltv. to continue
during tho summor months. Nono but
pure northern lako Ico will bo delivered.
Husk, Loomis, & Co.
Caution. Every genumo box or Dr
McLean's Livor Pills bears tho signature
of Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., and
tholr prlvato U. S. stamp. "Tako no
other." Tho markot is full of imitations.
It is tho popular verdict that pooplu who
liavo been accustomed to tho uso of Hitters
and Cordials aro obliged, eventually, to re
tort to McLean's Livor Pills for pormancn
FLOWERS FLOWERS II
Selected strong (lowering Hyacinth
bulbs, well adopted for glasses or bedding
purposes at Jackel's Saloon, corner of 12th
street and Washington nvenuo. Bulbs to
bo put up now in glasses or pots, will
bloom at Christmas. Q-C-dlm.
WATEn-proof St. Louis Lager beer at
tho Thalia Saloon. Persons who drink
il defy storms and dampness, and novcr
have occasion to pay u doctor bill.
Ills., Cr.NTltAL IE. 1!.. Co. 1
Agt.nt'h Omen, Caiho, Sept. u, 1872. J
To persons wishing to attend tho Illi
nois State Fair to bo held al Ottawa from
September ICih to ".1st, wo will soil excur
sion tickets from Cairo to LtiPullo nnd re
turn at $12 85.
Salo of ticket will commenco Septem
bcr lfith and discontinue on tho departure
of tho train on tl.o morning of September
v.0tb. Tickets will bo good to return until
the 24th inclusive. To parties going with
stock or articles fur exhibition we will
itsue tickets on and after to-day.
James Johnson, Agent,
Tho undersigned, Into workmon with
J. P. Gamblo, have oponcd a sho,, corner
of lCth street and Commercial avenue, for
tho manufacture and repair of Wagons,
Buggies, drays, etc., etc., and for tho pur
jo8 of doing n oknkkal wiikkuuoiit
business. They respectfully ask n share
or tho public patronage.
aug. 13-tf. O. 0. Davii)So.v
lou can ouy six
and ono-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
Jar; Seven lbs. JNTow Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar: Best
three and one-half libs. Priino
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
t WILEY & BIXBY'S.
PabllMtlon OMco, Rnllctln IinlKllHK
.Ioiin II. Oborly ts In Springfield.
No rain yet, nnd tho dust is increasing.
Tiik wator melon season Is nearly over.
Pkmiv Powers Is building on nddlllon
to the ronr of his livery stnblo.
Mn. 0. II. Woodward, our enterprising
Iron merchant on tho Levee, Is having his
storo nowly painted.
Tiik specimen copy of tho map of Cairo,
shortly to bo issued from Tiik ltui.t
is watmly ndmlrcd by nil who have oxnm
Col. S. Staats Tayloa left town !lor-
day for Now York, to nttend tho nnnual
meeting or tho Cairo City Property Com
pany. Ho will bo gono nbout n month.
Only two drunks were brought beforo
Justlco Sliuncssy yesterday a man and n
woman. Tho man was discharged on
promise of leaving town. Tho woman
was sent to tho paternnl enro of McHnlc.
Wk hnd a call yestorday Irom Mr. E.
K. Matiard, editor of tho ' Rural South
Land, ' a journal published in tho city of
iNow Orleans in tho Inlorcsts of Southern
agriculturists, as its namo implies. Mr.
Mannrd will remain in town somo days.
Tiik Ordinance reducing tho Treasur
er's, salary from 5100 to $7.1 por month
was approved by tho mayor yesterday, nnd
will thorofuro become n law after duo pub
lication. It will bo found in full in an
.Mn. Irn II. Millor.of Villa Rldire. has
sold tho present season, twenty thousand
pounds ol grnpos, tho yield of two acres
of Innd. Tho gross receipts from the
trnlllc woro $1,823, tho expenses of gnth
orlng, boxing, expressngo etc., were SSl'i
leaving tho net receipts 1,000. The snmo
two ncres were planted In strawberries.
which yielded n clear profit of $250 nn
acre. $l,(i00 clear profit olT two acres of
land in ono soaon is rather satisfactory
Council Chamber. 1
Caiho, Ills., Mcpt. II, 1872.
No quorum. Adjournod.
M. J. Howley, City Clork.
Council Chamber. )
Caiho, III,, .Sept. 12 , 1872.
Prosont IHj Honor Mayor Lansdon,
and Councilmeu Hnrd, Wood and Wood
On motion of Councilmnn Wood tho
roading of tho minutes with dispensed
Tho following bills having boon allowed
by tho board of aldermen was presented
for concurrent nc tion, via :
K. II. Cunningham, rent of coun
cil building for August 40 00
Win. Mcilalu, dieting prisoners
In August, 403 days 220 00
T. JJ. Farrin, lumber 00 43
Cant well, running garbage,
cart in August 80 00
P. Coulan, 20 day's labor on
streets in August 52 00
Thos. Fitzgerald, 0 days' labor on
streets in August 12 00
Win. Mcllalo, 21 days' work on
streets in August 18 00
John Gladuoy, hauling 117 loads
O. H. Seae, freight paid 011 fix
tures for fencing St. .Mary's
, l'rk M 00
T. W. llalliday, cash and lreight
paid 011 Mump lor cancellation. l HO
O. II. Seiibo, cash paid for wiro
nnd iron fixtures for fencing fur
St. Mary's Park 341 CO
Jos. Jlraiikel, ,i days' fencing St.
Thus. Fitzgerald, 0 days' fencing
St. .Mary's Park 12
iTiuiK iJemis, IM dajs' fencing St.
Mary's Purk". 0 00
llalliday ll.-oj., cedar posts for St.
Mary s Park fence 10'J 00
John Uladney, hauling 10 loads
posts for St. Mary's Park 12 00
Chus. Harris, mowing weeds in
St. Mary's Park 18 00
A. mm, killing and impounding
2 dogs in August
F. Vincent, 2 bbls limo and dray-
.. "K 3 00
fa. A. JJurnett, August salary as
comptroller 50 00
A. Com, August salary as mar
shal ," 75 00
M..I. Howley, August salary as
city clerk 100 00
Jos. it. Taylor, August salary as
treasurer, l'J days 03 33
L. II. .Myurs, August salary a
chief ol police 83 33
11. 1. .Martin, August salary as
police constable 70 00
J. V. Lahue, August salaryas po
lice constable 75 00
Jl. 1'. IJilliiigsly, August salary 113
police constable 70 00
C .Hohner, August salary as po
lice constable 70 00
Phillip Heim, August alary as
police constable "0 00
i'red. Whitknmp, Augut salary
as police constable, 20 days CO 00
. . oaten, August salaryas
health ofllcer, lfidays 37 00
l.W. llalliday, August salary as
Treasurer jiro tern., 8 days 20 07
Cairo City (ias Co., gas consumed
In 81 street lamps in August... 201 00
A. McTigue, hauling dead hogs... 1 00
Win. Henry, Jr., hardware 1 00
It. Shamir sy, police magistrato
July and August talarles 50 00
N. A. Dovore, loworing sidewalks
on ashlngton Ave 101 05
Mek Williams, meats furnished
pest houso from Aug. 1st to 15th 3 8
P. Dowd, hau'ing 2 loads lime by
order of health ollicer 1 00
Moses Hill, attondunc) nt post
houso from August lt to 15th 32 10
Arenn Itamsuy, attendance at pest
houo from Autr. 1st to 13ih 21 37
W. W. Wooton, sumo to Aug. 10 10 00
U.I. .11.. 1-1
uuuiyo I7WUUIIIIIUI, provision,
wood, coal, rent of jieit houo,
etc 18 HO
L. Jorgenten, groceries furnished
pest houso to Auk. 15th 11 74
John II. Oborly, publishing coun
cil proceedings in August, etc. 40 75
St. Mary's infirmary, keeping and
maintaining small pox patients
from Januarv to Auinist. 1872 200 00
John Cahill, for filling crossings
hi -an si. on Washington av.,
and at 20th, 30th, 32d and 33d
strocts, in full of bills for $242
3S 137 00
Augusta Schick, damages for In
juries causeu uy lulling through
a sidewalk, iu full of petition
for $300 100 00
Phillip McDonald, and of Judg
ment vs. tho city obtained at
January, 1872, term of circuit
court.,...,,, 050 00
Councllmnm Wood moved, to concur in
thonctlon of tho board of aldermen in al
lowing said bills. Carried as follows : Ayes.
Hurd, Wood and Woodwnrd 3.
Hills of Cairo City Gas Company
nmountlng to $42 85 for gas consumed at
tho different flro onglno hoitsos for six
months to Sept. 1st, woro on motion of
Councilmnn Wood allowed as follows:
Ayes Wood and Woodwnrd 2. Nay
Hill of L. II. Myers for S27 for bnlanco
duo on account of hogs Impounded in
July nnd August woe, on motion of Coun
cilmnn Wood, allowed as follows i Ayes
Hurd nnd Wood 2. Nay Woodwnrd
Tho following ordinances woro road for
tho first time nnd laid over for n socond
reading, viz: ''An ordlnanco providing
for tho construction of cortaln sidewalks,
nnd tho reconstruction or ronowal of
othor sidewalks therein moiitioncd." "An
ordlnnnco to nmend ordlnanco No. 3 of
tho rovlsed ordinances"; "nn ordlnanco
providing for an alteration of tho city
grado nnd an amendment of ordlnanco No.
17 of the rovlsed ordinances'1; nnd "an or
dlnnnco nuthorl.lng tho construction of
an npproach to Washington avenue on
An ordlnanco entitled "an ordlnanco to
amend section 10 of ordinonc No. 14 of
tho rovlsed ordinances," was on motion of
Councilman Wood laid upon tho tablo.
On motion of Councilman Wood, ad
journed to moot at 10 n. ni. to-morrow.
M. .1. Howlk Y, City Clerk.
' Council CiiAMnKit,
Caiho, III., Slit. 13th, 1872, 10 a. 111.
Present, His Honor Mayor Lansdon, and
Councilmeu Hurd, Wood and Woodward
An ordinance entltlod "an ordlnanco to
nmend ordinance No. 3 of tho llevlscd
ordinances,'' was read u second time and,
on motion of Councilmnn Wood, ndoptcd
by tho following voto : Ays Hurd
Wood nnd Woodward 3. Nay 0. '
An ordinance entltlod "an ordlnanco
authorizing tho construction of an ap.
proach to Washington nvenuo on 17th
street," was rend n second time. Council
mnn Wood moved to nmend by srlking
out tho words "pnld out of tho Ocnoral or
Improvement Fund" nnd Insert in lieu
thereof the words "collected by special as
sessment on tho contiguous properoy bene,
fitted by such filling." Amendment adop
On motion of Councilman Wood tho
ordinanco ns nmondod was adopted as
follows : Ayes Wood and Woodward 2,
Nay Hurd 1.
An ordlnanco entitled "nn ordinanco
providing for an alteration of tho city
grado nnd on amendment of ordlnanco No,
17 ol tho Itoviscd Ordinances'' was road n
second time and, on motion of Councilman
Hurd, adopted as follows: Ayes Hurd,
Wood nnd Woodward 3. Nay 0.
An ordinanco entitled "an ordlnanco pro-
viuing lor tlio cwnstructlon or cortaln
sidowalks and tho reconstruction or ro
nowal of other sidewalks thoreln men
tioned, was read a second timo and, on
motion of Councilman Hurd, adopted by
tho following voto : Ayes Hurd, Wood
nnd Woodward 3. Noy 0.
On motion of Councilman Woodward
M. J Howley, City Clork.
DU QUOIN DISTIUOT FAIlt.
This fair will open on Monday next and
continuo five dnys. Tho preparations aro
complete for tho accommodation of oil ex
hibitors and visitors. Thoro is au abun
d.int supply of water, both for man and
beast. Tho premiums ofiured are tho most
liboral over presonted toexhibitors by any
district fair in this part of tho state. Thero
will bo trotting or pacing every day dur
ing tho fair. Tho big races will occur on
Thursday and Friday, tho premiums of
which will amount to $700,000. Egyp
tians should attend this fair on masso, as it
is ono of our valued Southern Illinois en
Mu. Henry Walschmidl wishes to In
form the public that ho will sell somo
choico veal this morning and ovoning nt
his moat market No. 33 Eighth street.
Tho calf fattcnod by Mr. Thomas Cain,
foroman of Ueed & Mann's foundry, was
purchased by Walschmidt mid he will
nccommodato oil customers who wish a fine
roast, chop or cutlet of voal. d It
LI11EUALS, "ATTENTION I
O.uho, September 13. 1872.
Tho Libornls and Democrats will meet
at Winter's building, Thursday night,
nepi. lorn, at 1:30 p.m., to form u Libernl
club, elect olllcors nnd mako arrangements
for an advance upon tho lino of our coun
try's enemies, and march to victory in No
vember. W. W. Tiiohnto.v,
John Howlk y,
J. II. OlIKKLY.
A dwolling houso on Poplar street bo
tweon NInotocnth nnd Twenttoth strcots.
Apply to P. Mocklkh.
GOVEKNMENT SA LE OF PltOP
EKTV. Surveyor's Oltlce, Custom House, )
Caiho, Ills., .Sept. 11, 1872. ;
Tho following nrtlcles of property, por
talning to tho Olllco of Surveyor of Cus
toms, will bo sold at public Auction, for
cash in hand, at tho Custom Houso, in
Cairo, on tho 20th day or September, nt
the hour of ton o'clock, a.m., viz:
Two small ofilco desks,
Ono heating stovo nnd, pipe,
Tho info can bu seen iu tho ofilco of Dr.
II. Ward ner, lately occupied by the Sur
veyor of Customs.
0-12tf Geouqk Fisjikk, Surveyor.
Tho Installation of Kov. II. B. Thayer
will take place In tho Prcsbytorinn church
of this city on Sabbath morning next.'
Installation sormon by llov. J. C. Ilald
iidgo of Frlondvillo.
Chargo to tho Pastor by Kov. E. F.
Fish of Du Quoin.
Chnrgo to the pooplo by llov. J. N. Can
dee, D. D. of Klchviow.
Kev. 1). C. Swan of Carml will
preach Sabbath morning next nt
tho M. E. Church, corner Eighth and
Wulnut strcots, and Kov. E. F. Fish in
Tho Sacrament of tho Lord's Supper
will bo colobrated in tho Presbyterian
church on Sabbath evening.
Tho Moderator, Kov. S. Cook, will pre
side, nssistcd by Kovs. J. O. lluthcr and
11. C. Durnn. Elders to distribute tho bread
J. Lathropnnd J. Pnrkhill ; tho cup, O. S.
Conger and J. W. Keck.
A S. S. Concert will bo held in tho
Prcsbytorinn church, on Sabbath after
noon at 3 o'clock.
Speakers for that occasion, J. N. Can
dee, D. D., E. F. Fish, Thomas Smith, nnd
E. L. Davis.
A Kill VEIL
Steamer Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" 11. C. Yaeger, St. Louis.
" Painter No. 2., CVeyvillo.
" J. L. Hyatt, Metropolis.
" Julia, Vicksburg.
" Hello St. Louis, Vicksburg.
" John Lumsdcn, Evntisvillu.
" Mollio Kngon, Louisville.
" S. II. Long, Missouri river.
" U.S. Turner, Now Orleans.
" Wm. Cowon, St. Louis.
" Idlowlld, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, Paducah.
Steamer Grand Towor, Memphis.
" II. O. Yueger, New Orleans.
" Painter No. 2, Casevville.
" Julia, St. Louis.
" Hollo St. Louis, St. Louis.
" John Lumsdcn, Evaiisville.
11 Mollio Kagon, Louisvillo.
" S. II. Long, Mound City.
II. S. Turner.
" Win. Cowen, St. Louis.
" J. L. Hyatt, St. Louis.
" Idlewild, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, Paducah.
1110 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day nnd night, with cither lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tbo yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on fuvorablo
tonus upon application.
H. V. Olyi'Hant,
D. A. Dokek, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
hoatu to lkavu to-day.
Tho favorito nnchor lino packet Hollo
Memphis Is tho regular packet, leaving for
Momphis nnd nil way points this ovoning
nt 0 o'clock.
Tho lino Capitol City is tho boat for St.
Louis und way landings, leaving at 7 oclock
Tho Lo Clairo will lenvo for Evansvlllo
nndHill points on tho Ohio river.
Tho Jim Fisk leaves this evening at 4 J
o'clock for Paducah und nil way points.
CONDITION of tub bivkks.
Tho fall in tho Ohio during tho past 21
hours was thrco Inches. IMwccn hero
and Evansvillo tho channel is very low.
Tho packets report only 28 inches at Hen
derson bar. At Cottonwood thero is 3
feot. French Island is tho worst place in
tho river, whoro thoro is not over 20 in
ches, with tho rivor in such n condition
what aro tho boats going to do ? Nothing
hos happened to improvo tho condition of
tho Mississippi rivor. It is still on the
dcclino. Ulrds bend is chuck full of
snags, and tho current is very swift.
Eight feot water bolow hero.
HUSINESS AND WEATIIKH.
Kusincss has improved sinco tho first of
tho week. Yesterday was n busy ono nt
tho steamboat landing, nnd considerable
freight was received nnd shipped. Tho
weather was clear and cool. Kain is badly
noeded in this section of tho country.
Tho H. C. Yaeyer was nground a fow
hours ot Hamburg. Sho brought out n
fair load, nnd filled out hero with all sho
could carry on tho wator.
Tho J. S. Hyatt ca'mo down from Me
tropolis with tho hull of tho John 11.
Maudo in tow. Sho laid horo several hours
nnd left early yesterdav morning. Sho
only got to Greenfields ferry landing,
whon tho hull became unmanageable and
soon both of them woro hard aground,
wherotboy wcro still at dark.
Tho John Lumsden was aground at
Henderson (1 hours. Sho arrived with a
fair load. Sho reported thu Lo Ciairo as
having turned back from Paducah. Tho
rivor is so low that it is impossible fur
them to arrive on timo.
Tho Mollio Kagon from Louisville
brought in a fair load of reshlpplng
freight. Sho reported tho rivor in a ter
riblo plight. Tho snug boat Long camo
In Irom Missouri rivor, where 6ho had been
pulling snags. Sho will go to work pull
ing snags at Bird's herd. Tho Abert has
beon working on tho Black Hawk nearly
thrco weeks and from what wo can leant
has done but littlo good. Tho Wm. Cowen
brought down from St. Louis 11 tow of
barges. Tho II. S. Tumor camo up with a
light trip. Ho will probably lay his boat
up at this point.
Tho Hollo St. Louis nnd Julia were
both light, and had but fow pnoplo.
Tho Tyrone loft for Capo Girardeau
with 400 bbls. of salt to fill ordor.
Tho Painter brought In a tow of coal,
and lelt lor tho mines with a lot of empty
Captain Kooso Dugan rotumod to this
city yesterday, and was warmly wolnom.
cd by his host of friends. Ho look in
several watering places, while ho was
Clly Nntlosinl Busik UtillUluir.
M.Heclal attention paid to orders Irom steam
tost nlvlit oriUv
LIKE "QUAKKH's CJUNS"
Artificial teeth aro of littlo uso and ensily
detected. Take caro of tho real ones. All
you need is fragrant Sozodont; uso it dal
ly and your teeth will bo tho last of nature's
gifts to fail you. soptB-dJsw-lw
THUnSDAY EVRNINO, Sept. 12, 1872,
Tho general market continues about ns
last rcportod. Thoro is a botlor fooling in
best grades of Flour, nnd nn advance In
Wheat nnd Oats. Corn Mcnl is dull nnd
Choico Butter nnd Eggs nro senrco nnd
iu active demnnd.
Tho woathor is dry and too cool for tho
BQrOorrospondonts should bonr In mind
that our quotations represent prices for
round lots from first hands, unless other
wiso stated, nnd that In filling small
ordors higher prices must bo pald.'tda
FLO UK. Thoro Is n bettor feeling In
choico grados, nnd although thero iins
boon no ndvnnco, prices nro firmer. Tho
stock In tho market is light, very littlo nr
rlvlng. There is nn upward tendency in
Choico Whoat nnd tho probabilities nro
that Choico Family Flour wilt ndvnnco in
sympathy with it. Sales in tho gonoral
markot for tho last threo days consUt of
100 bbls various grades on orders nt SO 00
to 8 o0; 160 bbls do, $0 S0to8 70; 100
bbls XX Wintor,-$0 25; 100 bbls Winter
Super, SO 00, nnd 1 car XXX Family at
$0 20. Sales reported to-day by Cairo
City Mills wero 100 bbls White Wheat
Family, nt $8 00; 100 bbls XXX Family,
$8 00; 100 bbls XXX, S" 00, and 00 bbls
XX, $0 00.
HAY. Thoro Is 11 littlo bottor feeling
in Choico Mixed arid Timothy Hay, and
more lively demand. Low grades aro
dull and lifeless. Wo noto sales of 2 cars
Timothy on ordersntS'!) 00; lcnrs Prime
Timothy, del, 17 0018 00; 1 car do, at
$19 00, del; 3 enrs Choico Timothy, nt
$19 0020 00; 1 cur Choico Timothy
nt $20 00; 1 enr Mixed, at $17 00,
del; 1 car Common Mixed, al $11 00, del;
2 cars Prima Mixed, del, at $17 00, and 1
car Choico Mixed, del, at $18 00.
COKN. No demand worth noting.
Prices on Whito aro n slmdo lowor to-day.
Sales of Corn sinco last review consist of 1
Cav mixed In sacks del at 40 cts ; 1 Car do
nt II cts; and 1 Car Whito In bulk on
track at 40 cts.
OATS. Kcceipts aro light, tho demand
has improved and prices aro a shade higher.
Wo noto sales this week of 0 Cars mixed
Southern Ills., in sacks del at 30 cts ; 3
Chts do in bulk on track nt 24 cts; 1 Car
do in sacks on orders at 31 cts ; 3 Cars do
in bulk on track nt 24 cts ; 1 Car do in
sacks del at 30 ctf, und 100 sacks del from
store at 31 cts.
COKN MEAL. Flat-no demand,
market over stocked. Sales in tho general
market wcro mado to-duy nt n declino of
10 cts on tho bbl over last week. 1 Car
steam dried dol sold at $2,20 del, 100 bbls
" Evening Star, " City Mills, steam dried,
BKAN.-l Car in sacks del sold at
$1 1 00 and 2 Cars do at $14 00.
BUTTEK. Thero is an active demnnd
for choice, fresh Butter nnd nono in tho
market. AVo noto sales of lOpkgs. choice
nt 23c, and 0 pkgs. " Gilt Edge," at 25c,
EGGS. Market bare. All that come
in aro taken on arrival. Wo noto sales o
12 pkgs. at 1820c, and 5 pkgs. at
CHICKENS. Thoro is n good demand
for choico young chickens at good prices
Very fow como In. Wo noto sales of 30
doz. old hens at $4 00 and 30 do, choico
young chickons at $3 00 to $3 50.
PKOVISIONS. Smoked meats aro
scarce and firm
1,000 lbs. cloar sides sold at lOJcfyllc
and 1,000 lbs. Shoulders at 8Jc.
FKU1T. 00 bbls. apples Bold nt $1 70
to $2 00.
POTATOES. 100 bbls. sold at $2 25,
ONIONS. 110 bbls. sold at $2 25.
PLASTEKING HAIK. 35c 'fl bushel
LI .ME. In lots at $1 25 to 1 00 fl bbl
CEMENT. At wholesalo $2 00
2 20 'ri bbl.
HEAT. Tho prices to-day, reported
by tho City Mills, are, No. 1 White,
$1 45; No. 2 White, $1 40; No. 1 Ked,
SI 40: No. 2 Red. SI 80: Mediterranean.
$1 20. Damp or tough wheat is unsalea-
SACKS. Resowed Gunnies 18J19J
Corn Burlaps, 2J Uus. Ea, 18 cts. Im
proved Gunnies, 2J Bushel. 21 cts. Oats
Burlaps, 6 Bushel 23 cts. Cotton seam
less lings, 35 to 38 cts each
PROVISIONS. Sugar Cured Hams
canvassed, "f lb. 17 to 18o. Shoulders
liaconBjo; Clear Sides Hacon, 12I2Jc
Breakfast Bacon, 1410c.
POTATOES. 2 002 25 per Bl.
ONIONS. 2 60 to 3 70 por Bl.
LAltD Iteiincdilntlerccs'jj! lb, l0Jllc. ;
.11 IliQa, (9 1", 1 iu l.C.
FUKIOIIT COTTON. Compressed, to
coinpreostMi, to Skw York, 81 H: toJlos
TEAK Iinnnrfnl rrV i i "!.......
I m. J . "Si"' WUIMPMYt
Voung JJ.oii, $1 001 40.
COFh'ttP f-.vfi ou.m,. . t ...
Kin. I'rfllit tit P .n r, '! . '
minims ,,,,,,,... 11 ., A.
M ; Choice to Extra, $3 00,E 70 ; S. 11, $1 50
IW'I'.'ll' . -,, ..
im.i..-5h .., p in ;iue.
-i POA.' Schautl'cr'a German mettled
'i'ttUiiVAi,.iN,JSv,.0rlcan,, 1,,ini t0 C1'ic
lfie ""-, mini;,; uranium u,hj
iS'"'!"''''0 i!pi'IS.-yio..l, S)o
lla), V45(l; Colli'p cwt., 15c.; Oats, K.e.
Ii?l.Utu.J'.V ,,W" -SuV Apples,' 25c.;' Pork
' . hlnkey liOc ; Lumber ll M. 87 00
;;vy .Irelj-ht "rl ewt.,15c. ' 9
-KV UK1.KAKS. Flour -fl bbl. 37ie
JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED
FOR FALL AND WINTER TRADE.
John Antrim begs lenvo to Inform his
numerous customers and tho trado gonor
nlly that ho lias oponcd a very superior
stock ol foreign nnd domostl: woolens
ndnplcd to tho merchant tailoring trndo
Thero has boon a marked Improvement
ovor formor years both ns re
gnrds stylo nnd quality. Ho has
blnck and colored cloths of such
manufacturers ns Hilgors Bros., Irvnn,
Scmunls, Peltzcr, Kiolloy, Forstmnn nnd
others. Also blnck doeskins by snmo
mako. Vesting nnd velvet", plain and
fancy, nnd other novelties. Suitings
cornpleto In overy particular, including
English frieze, English nnd Scuth mlltensi
korsoys nnd cheviots, beaver overcoatings,
etc. Go and exnmino his stock. If you
wnr.t n real elegant suit got up on short
notlco ho will guarantee it good lit
or no into. Having employed n good nnd
skillful man, Mr. A. T. Jones, to preside
over tho tailoring department, ho Is ona
nblcd to turw out work second to nono
in tho west or cast, and nt from ton to fif
teen dollars chcapor on suits of tho snmo
material purchased in St. Louis, Chicago,
or ituy other city. septll3t.
GRAND FREE LUNCH.
Paiikkk & Montague havo purchased tho
old Delmonlco, nnd will celobrnto tho pur
chase with n grand frco lunch on Saturduy
(to-morrow) night. All tho dcllcaclrs of
the season will bo served In tho highest
stylo of tho culinary art. Everybody is
cordially invited. d2t.
Blank eniiuikj aiieahI Wines and Ci
gars I oldest nnd choicest, ut tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite tho Post Offlce
Fitiest of Liquors, Frco Lunches and mu
sic overy day. Tho great Liberal arid
I)emocratle,Grecly &i llrown drinke Weis
Bkkk, is mado it specialty, and Fredprides
himself upon keeping the freshest ond
coolest in tho clly. Lemunadcs tho cold
est, mixed drinks hnd music the finest
Go there. C-27tf
W. B. Ro kwk.li. it Co. havo tho
lgoncy for Iho salo of tickets to tho Frco
Gift Concert In aid of tho Public Library
Fivo hundred thousand dollars In cur
rency to bo distributed In gifts of from
$100 to SIOO.OOO! Seo circulars.
Ik you want Fine Teas or Cotfecs, Spico
or canned Fruits, choico fresh Butter, or
tho very best Flour, go toT. W. Carrico's
grocery store on Washington nvenuo be
tween Eighth nnd Ninth streets.
Yj hlsKoyf 7fe, ; Hay ton. if (i 00 ; Con
tt.i i 20c; Ont, 20c; Tobacco ' hlul.
?3 "0 ; cotton '0 bale, 81 50 ; Lumber 'c! M
.10 0o. llcu'T Irelfht, rjl cwt. 20.
GOVERNMENT SALE OF PROP
SupervUor'h Olllco Internal Rev.. 1
Custom-House, Cairo, 111., Sept. 11, 1872, J
Tho following articles of property por
tainlng to tho olllco of supervisor of in
ternal ro venue, will bo sold ut public uue-
tion,for cash In hand,at tho Custom Houso
in Cairo, Ills., on tho 20th day of Septem
ber 1872, nt tho hour of ton o'clock a.m.
Two (2) Desks, nearly now;
Six (0) Walnut Chairs, Cano Seated ;
Two (2) IWalnut Chairs, Cano Seated,
D. W. MujfN, Supervisor Int. Rev.
Ilmxoii- Crxnt.w. It. It. Co,. )
AnE.vr'h omci:, Ciiim, Sept. n, i;2. (
To persons wiehing to attend thu Fair
Assoclation'to bu held at UuQuoln, from
September Ifllh to 20th, wo will sell ex
cursion tickets to DuQuolu and return, at
one fare ond a fifth for tho round trip.
'I ho salo of tickets will commence Sept.
15th and discontinue after the departure
ol train on tho morning of Sept. 20th.
Tickets will be good to return until Sept.
21st, inclusive. To parties going with
stick or articles for exhibition, wo will
Issuo tickets on and after Sept. 13th.
James Johnson, Agent.
ROSS' LIME, CEMENT AND COAL
On Commercial avenue, foot of Eleventh
street, Mr. Ross still continues to deal ex
tensively in lime, cement, plaster paris
plastering hair, etc., nlso DuQuoin, .Mar
ion and Soutern Illinois coal at from
S20 00 to $30 00 per car load.
Our Home Advertisers.
COMHIMMIOir AND rORWABMNO.
BL DO HA DO
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
JOHN UATKH, rirl-lr.
100 Cmnmtrcul Aveaue, CA1KO, II.I.lNOIrt
Kent lirund of CalllY U Cigar u recuhvJ,
UII.MAKD saloon furnished with the best
ol'tahlcrtjand hnrMippllcil with wlncM.ljipiors
aim ciL'iirx oi mo nno-i nrair J".
NU DEtllll N
Eighth Stiiebt, Between Wahhinoto.s
and commekcial avenukh,
Adjoining Hl'tiMilioiinc unit llanny'a.
Keep the let or lleol. I'ork, Million Veal.
I.tmh. Siiunaiw. etc.. -nil arn tirnnrpil in . r
cltiiPnn In die inot aotoplaliln iimnnnr.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
Butcher and Dealer, in all Kinds of
COUNKK NlNETKNTH ANI 1'OM.AU ST8.,
lliivs and hlau'htcrn nnlvllin K..vt f tin
hogs and sheep, and is prep.ired to till anyde
maud for Iresh meats irom one pound lo ten
uniu-ium Mill iiii. ,i
NEW FHJINITUHK STOlili.
has opi-iii'd a New Furniture Store on
I 'il, 11,11. ll'lltll ...'I. ...I. ... I. . 1. .1
'I'"" intimu, iihimiu neveiiiu
ctreel, and respectfully call attention
ol the citizens of Cairo ami cur
rounding country to his
LARGE AND COMPLKTi: ASSORTMENT
or r uu.m ruKi;.
All new, and warranted of tho
THE VERY BEST MANUFACTURE
All lwitll III .l-li.n
and quality of goods.
tSTCall on him beforo yon mako your
ptllchaics. h-25 dim.
n -it n i ii
j . ujjuorj, i
I5BA.Ii3K 1 1ST 1,11113
Cement, Plabtkr Pakis,
PLASTKBBll'S II A I It,
NO. 71 OHIO I.EVKH, UNIIKIl ftry NATION
JSTFor tho punon of building up a
wholcxalo trade In Cairo. 1 will sell to deal
ers nnd contractors In lots of M barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo, August 13, 1872.
STKATTON & BUID,
(Huccmois toStmtloD, Hudson A Clark,)
f7 Ohio Lovoc. Cairo, Illinois
MILLEIt &, 1'AltKEIl,
DEALERS IN FLOUlt, COKN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS rou FAIRBANK'S SCALES1,
Ohio Levee. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Morchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. 31. Williams, jab. Kinsley,
Ijttn of Vickiburg, Slim. l.Hn ol C'in'tl, J
W. M. WILLIAMS k CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, StEAMIIOAT AND
FOHWAHDINO AND COMMISSION
65, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN 13. PHLLIS &, SON,
(Successors to John II. Willlu.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Coit. TENTH -ST. and OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
31 K UC II A NTS.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And AkcbI' of
IHIO ntVEK AND KANAWnA
70 Ohio Levee,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Buccemori to I'.. II. Urailricss A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
riSik Liberal Advance meals rnJe
M7ft uiioa CuiialKniuenti. tO&J
Are prepsrrd to receive, tore sail lorwsrd
IruiulitB to all poiata and buy sad
sell on commiu.ion,
TyDiiBlnfM Aitpniloil to rirnmptlrj
BUSINESS THAT WILL PAY
fl'Olil 81 to if 8 ner dav.r .'111 lift tmrkllitil nti'tnx
own homes, and in strictly honorable. .Send
lor samples that will enable you to uo to
work at once. Address
.1. LATHAM m..
8-lUt. 202 AVuiUhiKtou St., Boston, Mass.
Z. I). MATIIUHS.. K. O .UUI.
MATIIUSS & UHL,
Commissi on Merc hants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NO. M OHIO