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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAT, SEPTEMBER 21, 1878.
THE JArS ARE COMING.
Tho only legitimate company of artists
ever permitted to leave Japan. Direct from
the Tbcatro of the Ortind Tycoon. This
company will give two of their novel, won
derful nnd thrilling entertainment at tho
the Athcneum on Monday and Tuctday
evening, Sent. 33d nnd 24th. Admission,
dress circle, M rents. Reserved scuts, 76
cents, enn he soured at Hartman'H.
CIIATTLE MORTGAGE SALE
WllKItEAH, Chase 1'. Part-on, Joseph 8.
Davis nnd llubertu Fish partners, doing
business under the tlnn name of "Cairo
Stave nnd Barrel works'' did on the 29th dnv
of May 1871, execute nnd deliver to Jocph
McKenzlclwo promls-ory notes of that date,
one for the sum of tl.:i'ta XI navalik on the
1st day ol September, 1872, with Interest nt
10 tier cent, from Aucut 2nd. 1871 : nnd the
othcr'for 91,100 00 piyablo on September 1st
1873, wmi interest nt iu per cent, irom
August 2nd 1871; nnd whereas In order to
secure the nnvmrnt thereof, tho said rar
sons, Davis "Fish did, on the lltli i lay of
August 1871, execute, acknowledge nnu uc
llvor In tin, .al.l .Id.iTlli Mpliplizia I liclrcll.1t
tie mortgage upon the following described
goods ami chnttlc. and peronal properly
to wits The lease hold estate
and Interest of said Pnron, Davis
nnd FMi In and to the follow
ing described piece or parcel of ground to
wit : "A certain parcel of ground commenc
ing ten (10) feet westerly of the easterly line
of Levee, street, if extended, and thirteen
hundred nnd thirty (l,:t.W) feet north of the
south line ofThlrtv.fonrth street in the first
addition to the cltv of Criro. In the county
of Alexander. In tho state of Illinois, thenc?
north parallel with said Levee street If ex
tended, two hundred (200) reet, thence cast
at right angles to said Lcvcc street if ex
tended scventr (70) feet, thence south paral
lel with Levee street If extended two hun
dred (2001 feet nnd thence wot seventy (70)
feet to the place of beginning, being tho
same piece of ground upon which
the Cairo elevator building stands,
and situated in the city of
Cairo, count v of Alexander and state of Illi
nois, latclv occupied by said Parsons, Davis
and Fish for their stave nnd barrel works.
Also tho building standing upon said piece
or parcel of ground formerly known as the
Cairo Klevator, but lately ued for u stave
and barrel factory. AIo the boiler and en
gine in ald building, alo all slinflinr. belt
ing, pulley, etc., together with all and
singular the amiurtenances thereunto belong
ing or anywise appertaining; which said
mortgage " l dulv recorded In tho Re
cordcr's olllce of tho county of Alcx-
nder and state of Illinois in book
"A" of Chattie Mortgages, page 448 Ac.
And whereas It Is provided in said mortgage
that in case default be made In the payment of
the first of said notes or any part thereof the
whole amount of said notes secured by said
mortgage should become due ; and, whereas
default has been made In the payment of the
whole of said first note, and thereby by the
terms of said mortgage has become and now
Is due ; and whereas said Joseph McKcnzlc
did on 22nd day of July 1872, assign both of
said notes to John . Harmaii. SoB thtre
fou, public notice Is hereby given that by
reason of the premises I us such assignee have
taken possession of the said mortgaged prop
erty and will proceed to sell tho same at
public auction for cash to tho highest bidder
to-wlt : the aforesaid goods and chattels,
and personal property, nt tho building of the
"Cairo Stave and Barrel works," In the city
or Cairo, Illinois, on the .'Kith day of Septem
ber A. D., 1872, commencing nt 10 o'clock
a. m. of said day, to satisfy the conditions ol
said mortiracc. JOHN 0. 1IAHMAN.
Assignee of Joseph McKcnzlc.
lairo, sepiemocr mm. ion.
PaMlMUra (, aallettm BulMlaf
Tub barbecue at Oooso Island yeitor
day was largely attended. Mciirs. Green,
Pope and Oberly tnado spooches.
Frkacuimo at the Christian Church
this ovcnlng and to-morrow forenoon and
evening, by Eld. B. B. Trimble at the
i The Cairo Silver Cornet Band hat been
engaged for the Japanese entertainments
on Monday and Tuesday evening next, at
Cocmterfit nlckols are in circulation
in Paducah and the 1 Kentuckian ' seems
to think they are manufactured in tho
city. Wo would not be surprised.
Cairo is prospering. Everybody is
busy, every house in the city is occupiod,
and moro are demanded. Building is on
the Incrcaso, and laborers and mechanics
Lost on Wednesday last a ladly's
whlto sack with purplo stripes up and
dqwn. The flndor wilt be liberally re
warded by leaving it at the Bulletin
Yesterday, Frank Swoboda, proprie
tor ol the Concordia House, called on
a man named Bobu to pay his board,
whereupon Bobu drew n revolvor and
fired two shots at Swoboda, neither of
which took effect. Bobu escaped.
Only one enso came up beforo his honor
Squlro Bross yesterday. Ono John "Wil
son, colored, made too freo uso of bis
tongue in abusing somebody, and paid $5
and costs for tho prlviloge. Officer Joe
Arnold mado tho arrest.
Thad P. Gibson, for many years clerk
of tbo steamer Talisman and other Nash
villo packets, has quit the river, and now
represents the firm of J. II. Anderson St
Co., liquor dealers of Cincinnati. lie is
in the city, and will remain for a few days
in tho interest of tho firm.
Paducau prison bars must be made of
frail material. Six prisonors escaped
from tbo lock-up in that city on Wed
nesday night last and had not boon found
nt last accounts. On o of them was In for
176 days and another for CO days.
Joseph . Roiiertb Doputy U. S. .Mar
shal, passed through tho city this afternoon
in charge of Frank M. Caldwell of Car-
bondalo, whom he arrested in that city
to-day on the charge of robbing the U. 5.
Mail, nt Waco Texas, while a clerk in the
poitofflco. Tho depredations are said to
bo extonslvo and the proof conclusive
Isn't it about tlmo that the Young
Men's Christian Association should wake
up and organlzo for their fall and winter
work? Now that the pleasant Autumn
days have como with exhilerating air
and delightful evenings, there
is but little oxcuso for lethargy in any
cause. Wako up, boys, and go to work.
The statement in tho Missouri 'Demo-
crat' of yesterday, that Mr. James Flem
ing was given charge of Ualliday Bros.'
wharfboat, is a grand mistake. Mr,
Fleming is ono of tho book-keepers in the
office of Balliday Bros, on Front street,
but the wharfboat is in charge of Mai
Ed. Ualliday, as horetoforo.
State of Illinois, Alexander county, m. Al
exandcr couulv circuit court.
Snarrow M. Nlckersou vs. Euunu l'rlcst and
Thomas V. l'rlcst, on bill to foreclose mort-
Subl'lc notice Is hereby irlven that in mir
nuance of a decretal order entered In the
above entitled cause. In said court, on the
eighth (8th) dav of July, A. D. 1872, 1, John
O. Ilarmnn, Master In Chancery of said
court, will on the third (3d) day of Sentem
ber. A. D. 1872. ut 2 o'clock p.m. of said day.
sell at public auction to tint highest bidder
lor casn (suo)cci to me equity oi redemp
tion; ni uiu irum iiuur ui uiu cum i uuhkc iu
inc city oi cairo, iu said couniv, inc ioiiow
inc described real estate to-wlt : Lot limn
bered twenty-live (25) nnd nine (0) feet from
north side oflot numbered twenty-six (20) iu
block numbered twenty-six (20) in
the city of Cairo, county of Alexander and
state of Illinois, as thu samo are known and
designated on the recorded map or plat of
said city of Cairo, together with nil and
singular tliu ts.imcnU and hereditaments
Calro.Aug. 12. 1872. Master In Chancery.
Allen, Mulkey A heeler, complainants'
At n Invlrorator, Liver Corrector
anil Blood Renovator Is superior to ill tht
Hilt", Elixir, Cordial and Barsa
parlllaa Is at, it li so adapUd to tho wholo
Um tbt oTtry orftn sail function In tho tody !
broofht nndor ItitihlUrttlnflnflutwo. It tf'M
toae aad atreasth to tbo digestive ap
p nrataa, eUapeU languor and debility,
iu vitro rates tbo Liver, reroute the
Kidaeya and Bowel, rtmoTii tU tt of
xcom or OTorUutloa of any kind sad ivot vi
tality aad t-lCBBOM to the blood.
Its CBntivtpoworialUrandcomfiloUlr roorssa
lit tho ontlrt bum of Bolls and ortn tho solids ot
tbo Lutein ijittm, tbtrtby prsrtntlni tnd caring
Ojapeptle and Consumptive rasp.
torn; re ver aad Asrac, BUloa DUeasv
ea. Fever of aU klada, Hervoa Iiebll
My, AfToctloaa of the Htommrb aad
oweU, et. At mild nd dtllfbtfal IdtI(o
rut for it lint ftnulM, it Us do tnporior.
By Its uso mi lifo and rigor It lnu to both bod
od atlad, stadlnf (low of Titilitjr through iry
part, which U parsaaaeat aad laattas;.
Ill tbo moil offtnsl romody for tbo rtllof ol
boaaa' saatring vr dltcortrtd, aad as (ImmaI to
tb last a old ryo or So wfa.
x WE CHALLENGE x
X WORLD X
To prodoc a mor dtllclons aodlcia to Ukt, yotso
Ill for' tho prtrtntloB and euro of dUotsat at
s. wmrt otu'8 tans mos mm
ariM as BottU for to.
, 9H9n Itsyta Oraltoa Modlclao Co., ST. LP Pit,
iM T BraftftiU and aotltn l tMiltUoi
Tiik channol of tbo capricious Missis
sippi mado a sudden change at Powers
Island two days ago, and five steamers
tho Continental, Tyrone, Legal 'fonder,
Mary Alico and Crescent City all ran
aground togothor In attempting to make
tho crossing by tho old marks. The
honor of finding tho new channel down
tho Missouri shore, In which thero is
feet water, belongs to tho pilots of tba
City of Alton. All of the unfortunate
steamers victims of misplaced con 11
denco were off the bar by last even
The following are tbo names of the cit
izens who joined the Greeley and Brown
club on Thursday night :
h D Thorns,
II A Thorns,
Y W Barclay,
V. F. Pitcher,
J M Miller,
John II Gostman,
John II Robinson,
John Vi' Harrison,
John W btraubal,
A G Holdon,
J C Hucls,
John W Cornell,
V W Wallace,
Geo W Welder,
W U Rose,
J H Swain,
Lem H Hill,
Geo A Chrlstman,
Jas A Kooken,
John H Oberly,
D W Curtis,
H T Miller,
Phil H Saup.
Chas A SchoQeld,
Carl L Thomas,
J T Davison,
Abraham Parker, (colored.)
Godfrey Q Leake,
H A Hannon,
G W Wbltlock,
L J Burns,
J L Renlcb,
J T Rennie,
Jas T Allen,
M D Gunter,
W H Speller,
J M Phillips,
Thomas D Hnlmei,
F M Stock fleth,
Charles D Arter,
G P Miller,
W D Phillips,
Z P Holley,
W H Morris,
O P Lyon,
L B Garner,
G W Hendricks,
G T Whitlock,
0 M Howe,
O B Hudson,
M W Parker,
F W Axley,
Wm. O Bizon,
W J Chancy,
John C Talbot,
P W. Barclay,
B F Meigs,
W A Rper,
P O Loughlin,
Robt F Ross,
Chas S Ball,
J A Jones,
Thomas J Parker,
B 0 Tabor,
S M Taber,
John J Stelzer,
G W Farnswortb,
R A Cunninham,
David H, Johnson,
M B Barrel!,
J B Sbelden,
J Q Uarman,
A G Holden,
W J Burke,
H. Watson Webb,
At Caledonia, Ills., on Thursday, Sopt.
Wtb, by Rev. E. Olmstcad, Horace A.
Hannon, of this city, to Sallie K. Wood, of
A festival for a good camo will bo hold
In Leavenworth's Hall, Dongola, Ills., on
Friday, September 27th, at 7J o'clock p.m.,
tho proceeds to bo appropriated to paying
tho Indebtedness of tho Cumberland Pres
byterians' part of tho Union church of
Dongola. Tho exorcises will consist in
vocal and Instrumental music, social con
versation, accompanied with refreshments
at a small price, and followed by a good
supper. Any donation will bo thankfully
recoived. All aro respectfully invltod.
Admission, twonty-flvo conts ; Children,
ten cents. Supper, twenty-flvo conts.
COMMITTKK OK ARRANGEMENTS.
Wm. McCallen, J. Murray, 0. Leaven
worth, A. Little, W. Meiionhoimor, 0.
Lingle, F. Lombard.
Miss Alice Peeler, Miss Georgio Wil
liams, Miss Annie Simpson, Miss Jodie
Melsenbeimer, Miss Amanda McLain,
Miss Julia Knowlen, Miss Rutherford,
Mrs. J. R. Peeler, Mrs. Green Miller,
Mrs. J. B. McCallen, Mrs. L. Lombard,
Mitt Ellen Peeler, Miss Amanda Brady.
William Greon Miller. It
Steamer Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" Mary Alice, St. Louis,
" Nashville, Tell City.
" John Lumsden, Evansvillo.
" Tyrone, Cape Girardeau.
" Cityof Qulncy, New Orleans.
" James Rankin, Louisvillo.
" James Flik, Paducah.
" Idlewlld, Columbus.
" Colorado, St. Louis.
Steamor Grand Tower, Memphis.
" Mary Alice, Now Orleans.
11 John Lumsden, Evansvillo.
" Tyrone, Cape Girardeau.
" City of Quincy, St. Louis.
" Jamos Fisk, Paducah.
" Idlewlld, Columbus.
" City of Alton, New Orleans.
" Colorado, Vicksburg.
" James Rankin, Louisvillo.
BIO MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any ttmo, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at the yard at Grand Tower, lilt
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olypuant,
D. A. Bokee, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent, 3-15-ly.
BOATS TO LEAVK TO-DAY.
The elegant packet Bollo Memphis Is
the regular anchor line departure for
Memphis and all way points this evening
at (5 o'clock. The fine steamer William
J.Lewis will leave at 8 p.m., to-day for
St, Louis and all way points. Tho favor
ite paiieReajav steamer junarlcs Uodmann
will leave W-day for "New Orleans and
way points. The Eddyville is the packet
for Evansvillo and all points on tho
Ohio river, loaving horo at 7 o'clock this
evening. The regular boat for Paducah is
tho Jim Fisk and will leave at 4 p.m.
CONDITIO or THE RIVERS.
Tbo Ohio is slowly and steadily falling
at this point. It Is still falling at Fitsburg,
with 30 inches in tho channel. Boats
from tbo upper Ohio rivor report 26 inches
in the channel. French Island is the
worst place in the river. Thero 26 inches
there, and is scattored all ovor tho rivor
Cumberland river is still on tho dcclino
with 15 inches on Ilarpcth Shoals.
Tho Mississippi continues on the dechno
and every inch that it falls is badly missed.
Tho latest reports from Power's Island,
gives tho depth of the channel as being 5
feet, the channol changed down on to tho
foot of the bar. Bolow hero may be found
7 foet. No boats in troublo below here
that wo could heard of.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
The wharfboats wero crowded with
steamers the entire day. It looked like
old limes. The packets brought fine trips
and tho boats leaving bad good cargoes.
The weather was cool and cloudy with
indications of rain.
Steam was raised on tho transit steamer
Illinois, Thursday, preparatory to her tak
ing hor place in ber trade, when it was
discovered that whoro tho now sheets
bad been put in hor bollors thoy leaked
very badly, noccssarlly delaying hor till
thoy could bo fixed. Boiler makors ar
rived from Centralla yesterday, and it Is
probable that she will get out to-day.
Tho Nashville, from Toll City, brought
in a fair load of furnituro, mostly for
Memphis. She was aground five days on
The Tyrono was aground only three
hours at Power's Island. Sho was de
tained all Thursday night by fog, and
did not arrive until yesterday morning.
The little tow boat Hero had just got off
Cottonwood bar as tho Nashville came by
there. The John Lumsden brought hor
load out on lighters as far us Pnducah
where she tranifered It to herself. Sho ar
rived early yesterday morning with a
goodly numboroipeoplo and a good load
Al. Croxall, recently clerk of the Nash
ville, is now clerk of tho U. S, Turner.
Alex. Stewart, formarly clerk of the
Turnor, is conflnod to his room by sick
ness. The Shannon has bad to abandon hor
trip to New Orleans and has laid up.
Her barge ct last accounts was still hard
aground on Ilendorson bar.
Bruce Hunter is second clerk on tho
Tbo Glasgow did not leave as reported
but will try and pick up a trip for Mom
phis. The City of Alton mot with engage
ments that kept her here until yesterday
evening, when she cleared out with all the
freight the wanted on herself and barges,
and about tovonty cabin passengers.
The Henry Ames had nearly ono hun
dred cabin passengers when she loft port
last Wednesday evening.
The Mary Alice left part of ber tow at
Powers' Island and returned for it yester
day morning. Sho addod ono barge horo.
Alox Hart Is now duly installed clcrK
of tho ttoamor Tyrone.
Thoro seems to bo a coufuslon of
names for tho old gunboat that laid
tip In tho bond. We havo It from renaoio
authority that it was tho Chlllocotho and
to that namo wo will stick.
Thursday nlcht about nino o'clock,
while tho City of Qulncy was lying at Ed
ward's landing taking on wood, hor car
pontor, Henry Ullch, wont Into hor whool
to mit on a now arm when ho slipped nna
foil Into tho rivor. Tho yawl was In
stantly sent out, but ho sank beforo It
could roach him. Ho lenvos a family who
rosldo In St. Louis. Ills body was not re
covered. What sad news this will bo lor
tho dearly loved ones at homo.
Tho grcator portion of tho frolght
brought out bv tho Tvrono wont forwnrd
on tho City of Alton. Tho City of Alton
camo out from St. Louis towing a bargo in
24 hours that is splendid tlmo with tho
rivor in such a bad condition, .book out
for railroad time whlch.tho Illinois will
make in a short time.
City Ifatloaal Bank Bulldlus;.
tguSpecial attention paid to orders Irom slcsni
boats night or dT
W. B. Rockkwell & Co. agents fortho
sale of Concert Tickets for tho Public Li
brary of Kontucky, will discontinue tho
sales this woek. Tho drawing will posi
tively take placo on the 25th Inst., and all
returns must bo made in tlmo. tf.
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CAIRO CITY
I am prepared to negotiate tho itbovo
amount on Cairo city property in sums of
from $500 to $50,000, on flvo years time,
intorcst 10 per cent, and commissions
reasonable Also $500,000 to loan for
terms of flvo years on Improved farms in
Southern Illinois and Missouri. For
further particulars address mo al Carbon-
dale Illinois. William II. Ro.sx,
d&w tf. Loan Broker.
ICE I ICE II ICE II I
From Wodnesday May 1st, tho Ico
wagon will canvass tho city, to continue
during tho summor months. Nono but
pure northorn lako Ico will bo dolivorod.
Hube, Loot is, & Co.
FLOWERS FLOWERS 1 1
Selected strong floworing Hyacinth
bulbs, well adopted for glasses or bedding
purposes at Jacket's Saloon, corner of 12th
street and Washington uvenuo. Bulbs to
be put up now in glasses or pots, will
bloom at Christmas. !)-G-dlm.
Five York Milk Cows for enlo. Ap
ply to Lewis Driestmann, Commercial
avenuo between Fourth and Sixth street.
O.v July 30th Patrick Fitzgerald by
falling on his doorstep broke two of his
ribs. Having n few days beforo pur
chased an accident ticket for flvo days al
tho railroad ticket ofQco ho has just re
coived forty-flvo dollars as indomnlty
for three weoks, disability. Goneral
accident tickets Insuring against death to
tbo amount of $3000 or 15 dollars per
week Indemnity in caso of disability from
any kind of accidont nro for enlo at tho
Illinois Central Railroad ticket, office at
twenty-flvo cents for twenty-four hours
A Delightful Surpiuhe. Ladies
whoso faces aro clouded by superficial dis
cnlorations, and who havo resolved to try
Haoak's Maonolia Balm us a remedy,
have no idea of tho wulcomo surprise thuy
will rcceivo from their mirrors after n few
applications of that healthful purifier of
tho complexion. If at all excitable, they
will scream with rapturo on beholding tho
chango ; whether tho blemish it is desired
to removo bosullownuss, blotches, pimples,
freckles, roughness, or un unnatural pallor,
It is bound to disappear under tho tonic
operation of this wonderful agent. To say
that tho blemish disappears, does not, how
ovor, convoy any idea of the ell'oct produc
ed by this eclobrated bcautiflor. Tho un
sightly tingo, whothcr diffused uvor tho
wholo countenanco or In spots, or patches,
is replaced by a uniform, pearly bloom, to
which no description can do justice.
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Bids will bo recoived up to 2 p.m., the
20th Inst., by tho Commissioners of High
ways for Townships 17. S. R 1 W.
3d P. M., at their office in tho Court
houso, for filling nnd grading tho Cairo
and Mound City road at tho point known
as tho Oooso pond, at so much por cubic
yard. Also for constructing a box culvert
in said fill ; work must bo commenced im
mediately and bo prosecuted to completion
without delay, under tho direction of said
Commissioners. For all nccesiary infor
mation and plans of work you aro direc
ted to call on their chairman at tho Court
Tho Commissioners rcservo tho right to
roject any or all bids.
Chas. A. Scofield,
Pure Wines and Liquors not a head
ache or a fight ina thousand gallons of
It at the Thalia Saloon, cornor Twelfth
street and Washington avonuo.
WATEK-proof St. Louis Lagor boer at
tho Thalia Saloon, Persons who drink
it defy storms and dampness, and never
have occasion to pay a doctor bill,
Louis Blatau'h saloon dosorvus tho
popularity in to which it has grown. It has
boon very handsomoly fitted up, and is so
comfortable that It is a ploasuro to while
away a spare hour thore. Tho bar is
supplied with all kinds of flno liquor and
wines, and with tho best of Fresh Lagor
Boer, and Weiss Beer that in doliclousonss
cannot bo oxcollod. A lunch, freo to
patrons, is spread every day, and an articlo
of Swcltzer Choeso, the best in tho market,
fs'always on hand, Mr. Blautau Invitos
the publio to give him a call, on Eighth
street, between Commercial avenuo and
Ohio Levee, opposite the Ferry House, in
Rlxer't building. 7-2. d tf
Thursday Evenino, Sept. 10, 1872,
Tho goneral market li moro actlvo than
It has been for a number of weoks. Tho
demand for ovorylhlng oxcopt Corn Is
good nnd prices aro woll sustained.
Frolghts aro firm and unchanged.
FLOUR. Cholco grades aro firm.
Prices havo advanced In sympathy with
Cholco Wheat. No surplus Cholco Flonr
In tho markot. Inferior and low grades
neglected. Sales woro In tho genoral
market 850 bbls various gradoi $5 BO
Snlcs of City Mills 60 bbls
X $5 76 i CO bbls
XX 0 00 j 150 bbls XXX 7 00 ; 125 bbls
XXXX 8 00; 100 bbls White Wheat
Family 8 50.
COKN.-No salos roportcd. Thore Is
considerable in tho market, but there Is no
demand, and no prices can bo quoted.
OATS. Are a shade hlghor than
quoted last week. Tho markot closed to
day nt 27 cts In bulk. Tho ndvnnco In
prices Is caused by deficiency of receipts.
Sales woro !J cars In bulk, on track, 27c;
8 cars In bulk, on track, 25c27cj 0 cars
in sucks del !2c33c.
HAY. Cholco is in good demand. No
Inquiry for low grades. Sales wero 1 cars
Mixed, $10 0017 CO; 1 car Prime
Mixed, $18 00; 0 cars l'rltno Timothy,
$18 0019 00; 1 car Cholco Timothy,
$10 00; 1 car Gilt Edge, $20 00, all delivered.
BUTTER. Good Butter is In dotnand
and vory scarce. Extra choico would sell
on arrival at 26c by the package. Sales
woro 17 pkgs, 20c(S22c25c.
EGGS. The supply is very limited,
All receipts iiro luken at outside quota'
lions. Sales 2 boxes 20c ; 3 tubs 20c ; 300
CHICKENS. Scnrco nnd in good do
mntid. Sales wero 1 coop young $3 00;
10 doz. old $3 COff.l 00.
CORN MEAL. Unchanged since last
report, Not much demand. Sales wero
'.00 bbls .'team Dried, 2 352 40; 100
bbls Evening Star City Mills, Steam
PROVISIONS. Scarce and high
Thuro is littlo in tho market uxcopt that
in tbo hands of retail dealers. Sales wero
1000 lbs Hams, CJ(17c.
PLASTERING HAIR. 35c V bushel
LIME. In lots at 1 25 to 1 60 V bbl
CEMENT. At wholesale $2 00
2 26 bbl.
WHEAT. Tho prices to-day, reported
by tho City Mills, are, No. 1 White,
$1 65; No. 2 White, fl 60; No. 1 Red,
$1 46; No. 2 Red, $1 40; Mediterranean,
(1 25. Damp or tough wheat is unsalea
ble. SACKS. Resewed Gunnies 18J01OJ
Corn Ilurlnps, 2 litis. Ea, 18 cts. Im
proved Gunnies, 2 Bushel, 21 cts. Oats
Burlap, 6 Bushel 23 cts. Cotton seam
less bags, 35 to 38 cts each.
PROVISIONS Sugar Cured Hams
canvassed, 'fl lb. 17 to 18c. Shoulders
lluconSJc; Cloar Sides Bacon, 1212c;
Hreakfust Ha'enn, 14lCc.
LARD Itctincd, In tierces rt lb, 102 lie. ;
111 IM'Jj!., I", HJllIl-JU.
TEAS Imperial, 75(ci,l S3: (iui
ler, 75ffi4 'ii; Oolonj; B.ack, 75(5
niunc livMjn. ci own 40.
ClIEKsK. New York Factory, new, r ft
14 to 1,'ic.
SYRUPS Choice . gallon, bocl 00,
New Orleans TOftsic.
SEEDS. .Millet t bushel, SI 00 ; Tlmothv
?3 U). Red Top $1 75 to '1 00.
COKKEB Java, USfiiJJUc. ; LaL'uavra, 2
Rio. Prime to Choice, 22 to 25c.
HltOOJIS. Common House V. dozen, $1
50 ; Choke to Extra, S3 75 ; S. B. SI 50
SOAP. Schacller's German mettled;
7)c; Champaign soap, 71c.
TALLOW. 'ft t 7c.
SUGAR New Orleans Prime to Cholre
r Ui 117.12c; Coffee A. HI to IH) ; Crifhcd
Powdered uiihCruiiuUtcil ugar 15 to 15J.
FREIGHT. COTTON, Compressed, to
Nkw Yokk, n)c. ; to llo.To.N fl Un
comprC"ied, to NkV YoltK, 1 II; to Bos
TON, if I.
FREIGHT TO .MEMPIUS.-yioui, 25c.
Hay, 91 50; Corn "rt owt., 15c; Oats 15c.
Potatoc, -ribbl., 2..C. ; Apples. 25c; Pork
il5. ; Win-key Wc ; Luinb"!- ii j, 00.
Heavy lreij;lit . cm t., 15c.
i u m-.vv uki.i;a.s. r lour -fi bbl. htjc ;
Our Home Advertisers.
i-otawos-iije. ; apples, ;iijc. ; rorK, wc:
Whiskey, 75c; Hay fl ton, S 00 ; Coa V
cut., 20c; OatK. 20c; Tobacco V bhd.
?! 00; Cotton V bale, fl 50; Lumber V. M.
$10 00. Hea-y l'rclht, rt c t. 20c
ABOUT CABINET ORGANS.
It may not bu generally understood,
even by thoso tolerably well versed iu
musical arts, that the vast diU'erenco in
quulily of tono developed in the different
makes of Cabinet Organs, is owing in n
great measure, to the different modoa of
bending tho tongue of tho reed, n slight
variation in the stylo of bend making quite
a perceptible difference in tho quality of
tone produced, as well as in tho speaking
capacity of the reed.
So difficult and peculiar in this depart
ment of work as to render it necessary for
a person to havo 11 natural gift or tact in
handling tho delicate tools used, and even
then it somotimes rcquiros years of prac
tico to cnablo one to become proficient in
Thero aro only two or thrco of tho lead
ing makors in thiscountry who understand
tho application of what is called tho now
and unproved bend in tho reed,, and
uuiong them the houso of Simmons &
Clough Organ Co,, of Detroit, Mich., havo
mado their instruments deservedly popu
lar, and aro taking tho lead in way of tho
moro desirable Improvements, having so
eurd tho valuable "Scribnor Patent,"
un application of tubes to reeds, which
materially increaso tho volume of tone,
and at tho samo timo destroy tho wirey,
motaliu sound of tho reed. This firm also
tnalto uso of the celebrated " Vox Hu
tnnna, " or ' Fun tremolo, " und also tho
famous " Vox Celeste " stop, tho uso of
whiehjiaj created Buch an cutery among
older manufacturers, wbo find il impossi
ble, with their stylo of bend und voicing
to inolio a good job of it.
It is comparatively but a brief period
sftico this firm bgan to niiiko instruments
upon n largo scale, and oiler them to tho
publio at largo through dealers, tho homo
demand having taken their entlro produc
tion heretofore, but wo aro informed that
tho oxporionco of this house dates back to
the year I860, nnd It is theso years of care
ful study and oxpjrlment which cotnbino
to make their Organs,ln many rcspccts,8U
perior to thoso of othor makers,
Tho musical editor ot tho Suporior
(Wis.) 'Times' makes mention of thorn as
follows: "Wo aro impressed with all we
road and know of tho 'Simmons & Clough
Organ.' Contrary to tho practico of
many other establishments, this firm havo
first made n reputation for their noblo In
struments, und then advertised them, It
is a mystery to us outsiders what thoy aro
advertising for, ns tho demand for theso
Organs now exceeds tho supply. Tho
groat demand for them, in fact, has com
pelled tho company to put up a now man
ufactory at n cost 01 nearly $100,000.
Thore aro only three Instruments of the
cabinet organ class in America that wo
should feol salaried in purchnslng, nnd
of tho threo wo far prefer tho instrument
made by Simmons & Clough. It can
ronder all styles of music, from the
thunders of church organ diapason to the
strains of a fine military band, or the ex
quill to tromor of fairy bells." 0-18-lf.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
O. HAN NY.
KENTUCKY JCANI, FXTRA,
LAHUK STOCK OF OAIlPSTING
Ula Entire Ntock
VERY LOW FIGURES.;
CORNKH 8tH ST. AND COMUIRCIAL-AT.,
HAItRY WALKER Je CO., Prop'rs.
This home l newly fitted up wltutwo
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for all kinds of
The tsdooti Is stocked with the Best
are compounded In the most approved style
BSTCcme and sec for yourself. They keep
on hand Hue stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CnEESE AND HOL
are spread morning and evening at nln
o'clock, at which all ate Invited to partle
pate free of chaw. K-l.'iii t
I1WUT A.l HllOt: HTOllK.
HARDY & GREEN WOLD.
105 Commercial Avo., noar Atheneum.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which thoy sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOIIN OATEN. Proprietor.
106 Onmmrretal Avsnua, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Best brand of Callfo UCIgrsu rsoeltvJ,
BILLIARD aaloon furnished wilk the best
of tables ; and bar supplied with wluei, liquors
find cigars of theue si brauds.