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CAIKO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1872.
HA.RRT WALKER & CO., l'rop'n.
TUm boiiM U newly fitted up with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for all kind of
Pabllratlon OMrr, nnllttln nnlldlnK
The bright, pleasant woathor continues.
An unusually largo number of wed
ding! nro to occur shortly.
I'apsknokh travel southward is on tho
Increase as cold wonthor nppronches.
Ooon Kid Gloves in all shades for 75
cents at Ulum A Atnson's. y-27-d3t.
Velvkt and Silk Hibbons nro Chcapor
at Ulum A; Atnson's than nnywhoro olsc
in the city.
Ouk old irlend M. D. Ounter is tho
happy father of a bouncing boy. Cairo
boats tho world for babies.
Read tbo advertisement of Sir. Fred
Roso. Ills fits aro warrnnted jiorfect and
his cuts of tho latest styles.
Health Ofllcer Wooton thinks his sal
ary of $75 in city scrip is not n sufficient
compensation for tho labor performed.
A very lino assortment of Ladies Cloak
and Shawls just opened nt Ulum A' Am
son's Dry-Goods Houso on Eighth street
Go nnd exnmlno th'om. 0-'27-d3t.
mand, whilo ho handles tho engines and
obovs tho bolls us heretofore, only, that
thoro will probably not bo so many oi
The Republican mooting at tho wigwam
last night was n rathor tamo nlTalr. Tho
building was only about half full If tho
nudlcnco had beon closely toated. Thoro
was no music, no torches, no nothing but
a small bonilra to attract a crowd nnd tho
company, about equally divided botween
whlto and colored citlr.cns, took their seats
silently. Mr. Llncgar began to speak
about eight o'clock and continued for
probably an hour and a half. His spcoch
woi vory carefully prepared and no doubt
is intended as tho ablost effort which ho will
put forth during this campaign. Davo is
noted for his ability to dogdodilllcult points
tils sophistry &c, and ho exorcised ull his
powers last night. Tho points which ho
mado will claim our attention another
whoro goods aro cheaposl and best
wo cordially invito tho public.
to call and oxamlno our stock hoforo pur
Our establishment is located on tho cast
side, of Eighth street, botween Washington
nnd Commercial avenues.
JIlum St Ambon.
TltimsDAV, Sept. !!'), 187'J.
Thoro ha been moro uoiivity dlsplayod
in tho general market during the last few
days than for sotnn time post, Pries on
nearly all comodltl' lmvn been well cus
toli.ed whilo tho demand has Incrcaied,
and thn market been luUcr supplltil
Fnttn Rose, Merchant tailor, No. lot
Commorclnl uonuo. Roth Fronch nnd
Scotch Casjcmotos of all colors, Reavers,
nnd Rroad Cloths, constantly on hand,
Mid nil goods wnrrontcd. Dying in all Its
branches also curried on. o-27-il3w.
with the licit
are compounded in the most approved style
tdTComs and see for yourself. They keep
on hand a tine stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
are snre&d momini? and cveninrr at
o'clock, at which all arc Invited to par
Tun II. S. Tumor, which by tho way,
wo worotold never got aground, roosted u
short timo on Island 21 lately, but is olT
now and was all right at last accounts.
We nro pained to learn that Mr. Win.
Cook, of the linn of .1. E. Cook & Co., of
Columbus, Kentucky, died at 12 o'clock
night befuro last, after n short illness.
Slack and Wiley, nftor mature reflec
tion, have nrrived nt tho conclusion that
tho treasurer's olllco was of vory little
worth, and begin to fefil nlmost glad they
We notice that our flouring mills aro
vory busy these days, and although thoy
ar running night and day, full to keep up
with their ordors. Tho season is much
better than any boforo for years past.
The finest wood that comes to Cairo is
hauled from Kentucky and brought over
on tho ferryboat. Whilo tho dry weather
lasts our pcoplo should securo their win
ter's fuel. Mud and rnln will bo plenti
ful in a fow wooks.
Tho place whoro you can buy your Dry
Goods, Clothing, Roots, Shoes, Hats, and
Caps, nt from 10 to 25 per cent, cheaper
than any whero clio in the city, is Rlum &
Ainson's now storo on Eighth street, first
building below Commercial uvenuo.
pate free of charge.
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Mr. James Rarclay has a list of names
which lie compiled after much thought
and somo llttlo inquiry and was completed
to tho 14th, somo timo ngo, but is still in
doubt as to which of tho two names should
mako tho 15th. Somn ono pleaso toll him
as ho has already commenced to chock
tho othors off.
Tack Winter desires us to say, that bc
ng hard up, he is desirous of meeting his
friends onu and all this evening at tho
Now Delmonico on tho Ohio levee nt half-
pastJO o'clock, when ho will rogalo each
one with n nice dish of oystorsoup, besides
sundry eatable, freo of cost, so turn out
and call upon Jack, ho will bo glad to seo
Messrs. Walker nnd Nellis, of tho dry
docks, nro repairing tho littlo tow boat
Rettle Gilbert, which has been purchased
by Cnpt. McKcnzio for 53,200, to bo usod
in tho improvement of tho Wabash river
When she comes off tho docks, sho will go
to St. Louis or Alton for threo dredgo or
mud boats, which she will tako to the Wa
3322 IP WJtt2&
The presldont of tho Young Men's
Christian Association is absent on nn ex
tended visit to tho eastern states, and until
his return tho organization will probably
remain passive. It is pretty diflnitoly
settled, however, that oiving to luck of
patronage in tho past, tho lecture com
mittee will not provide n course of lectures
for this fall and winter under nny circum
stances, und tho entertainments, if nny,
which will be offered tho public by tho
association will bo malnlv supplied bv
homo talent, or lectures, nnd concert
troupes from abroad supplied ly special
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TO GIVE A MOKE UMFOKM AND l'LEAHAXT
BKAT, TO USE LESS WOOD, AKK MOKK
CAREFULLY FITTED, AKE MOKE
EASILY AND CHKAl'LY MOUNTED,
AKE VNDEH MOKE I'EKFECT
COXTUOL, HAVE A 8TH0N0EK
better utisfactlon, and bold for a
ties l'nce than any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
in the market. Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. W. UENDE11SON,
Cairo, ........ Ills.
PARKER & MONTAGUE,
Proprietors of the
i.ALOON AND READING ROOMS
Corner 7th street and v,VTrn,g nT n(M,
Cosuuerclal Av. I TEE'S BLOCK.
jMTThf bsit brands of Cljars, choice
Ciiaklik Lancaster has returned from
a two weeks' visit to Louisvillo and tho
great exposition, which, ho fays is worthy
everything that has beon snid of It. Ho
had tho ploisuro of hearing tho speech of
tho Chnppnqun Philosopher, hut failed to
obtain an interview. Ho says that our
futuro President is n much better looking
man than his pictures rcprosent him to bo.
Charlie wanted to tell him what ho know
nhout Cnpt. Hambletou nnd Dr. Dunning,
but could not get u chance, as Cnpt. ReitFo
Dugnn had all his spare timo previously
Thkke nro but two cafes of small pox
In tho hospital nt present both nearly
well. As these pass out of tho hands
of tho nurses, tho disease will havo re
ceived another chock provided tho vlgi
loncooftho health olllcor is sufficient to
prevent its emmigration from tho pesti
lential cities of Kvansville, Memphis and
St. Louis. Wo aro told that durinir last
month lt0 cases of tho disease woro re
ported in tho latter city, but only hoar
that it exlsti! to somo extent in tho othors.
Tho timo of Mr. Woolen our present
health ofllcer oxpires on Tuesday noxt and
tho question of tho expediency of dlscon
tinuing tho olllco will devolve upon tho
mayor to settle.
OAi'T. Win. H. Sandusky, who has com
mnnded tho Cairo and Jlound City packet,
Cache, ovcrsinco sho was built and placed
In tho trade, piloting hor successfully
through all the dangorous roofs and wrecks
which until lately havo existed on tho
route, and managing her to tho satisfaction
of u great many people, through fair nnd
foul weather, every day, has at last let go
of the wheel for a short recreation nnd
visit to friends living eastward many miles.
Tba captain's arduous duties havo Jin
paired bis health, and reit is necessary.
Captain Conway takes his place in com-
Oai-t. Luax, of tho Grand Tower, told us
confidentially last night that although
fleas wcro very plenty this season every
where, ho thinks La Crosso enjoys covcrnl
moro than is really hor share. Strangers
cannot ftay over night in tho placo, but
tho regular inhabitant seems to rest very
comfortably of n night by simply cooking
his bond in coal oil, coating his faco and
neck witli tar nnd slipping his body into
an oil cloth sack with a strong puckering
trine to draw it tight around his neck,
nnd by fastening ono ond to his balcony
or chimney, ho rolling off, hangs a target
for tho legs of tho street flens to shoot
their bodies nt until morning. As they
shako all out but a paltry thousand or two
before going into their night bag, their
dreams nro comparatively untroubled.
In tho morning, all in tho world they
hnvo to do is to hire somo ono to cut tho
tring. Thoro Is not n sight so
beautiful as to pass over La Crosso in n
balloon of a bright moonlight night and
look down upon tho sleepers and jumpers.
Hy a herculean wrench of tho imagination
you may picture tho sccno in tho balmy
south laud when tho hanging birds are
sleeping and tho babboon gambols play.
fully among tho cocoanuts.
The Jenkins Johnston murder caso is
at present occupying tho attention of tho
court. All tho evidence elictod is circum
stantial in character and relates princi
pally to tho nature of tho ground
i . -v r it... i i..
liuuui uiu iscuiiu ui iuu iriiguuy,
and tho whoro ubouts of Jenkins at
the time. Ono witness testifies that ho
saw Jenkins on tho morning of tho raur
der, between daylight and sun up with nr
guu on hia shoulder, going towards tho
pluco whero tho murder was committed,
nnd that he ulso saw Rookor similarly
armed going in the samo direction.
Ono of tho most important witnesses for
tho prosecution died not long since, and
unothor left tho Slate, which makes it
rathor uncertain how the case will termi
nato. Ono witness, tho negro woman
Amelia testified yesterday that on Sunday
evening beforo tho murder she saw Mr
Jonkins and remarked to him that Mrs
Johnston was ueau. Jenkins salu, "yes
sho died to-day " nnd, said ho, "I intend to
put Henry Johnston whero tho dogs wont
bito him " witness said, " Henry Johnston
don't you tuko what you can't give
Another negro woman testified that she
heard tho report of u gun in tho direction
of the irrurdor on tho morning in question.
Some timo ago, among tho many poor
occupant of the old Perry houso building
thoro wns n child about throe years old,
by tho numo of Lulu Williams, whom a
married woman in tho houso claimed to
havo a great lovo for, and when sho after
ward left fur Louisvillo, sho persuaded its
girl mother to let her tako it with her to
raise. Soon after leaving port
tho husband finding tho child
on board ordered his wifo to
givo it away to somo ono else or ho would
throw it into tho river. Sho consequently
guvo it to a woman who was going down
tho river, and who stopped for a timo nt
Columbus, Kentucky. Whilo thoro she
treated it very badly and finally kicked it
in tho region of tho abdomen so severely
as to causa tho child's skin to turn purple
over a space of four inches. This was
about a month ago. Somehow or other
tho littlo sufferer cumo back to
Cairo, and yesterday wo saw
it nt tho residenco of Mrs. Rccb,
who wns temporarily caring for it and its
destitute motlior, until tho propor author
ities could bo notified. Sinco receiving
tho injury, tho child has received very lit
tlo attention, though its suffering has been
mtensi', and it has wasted away to a per
fect skoloturi, and is tho nio.-t pitiable ob
ject wo over guzod upon. Wo did not
learn tho naino of tho femulo fiend who
inflicted tho brutal kick.
Steamer Nashvillo, Memphis.
" City or Helena, St, J.oiiis.
" Grand Towor, St Louis.
" Eddyvlllo, Evnnsvlllo.
" J. N. Kollogg, Now Orloans.
" John Means, Jtctirement.
" Jim Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus,
" Camelin, Louisville.
11 Julia, Louisvillo.
Steamer Nashville, Evnnsvltlc.
" City of Hclenu, Vlcksburg.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
" Eddyvlllo, St. Louis.
" J. N. Kellogg, Kvansville.
" John Means, St. Louis.
" Jim. Flsk, dr., I'aducali.
" Illinois. Columbus.
" Camelia, Louisville.
" Julia, Vlckuburg.
UIU MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any timo, both
day nnd night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In nny quantity, nnd on usual
tonus, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
tonus upon application.
H. V. Olyi-hant,
D. A. Uokek, Gcn'l. Supt
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly
1IOATS LEA VINO TO-DAY.
Tho tlno and favoiito anchor lino boat
Hello Memphis will lenvo at C o'clock this
uvcnlng for Memphis and nil way points.
Tho fast City of Vicksburg Is tho regular
packet for St. Loais and wny point", lenv
ing tills morning nt 10 o'clock. Tho Jim
Kisk, Jr., Is tho mail boat for Paducah and
wny points, leaving at p.m. Tho regu
lar Kvansville packet will depart at li
o'clock p.m. The elegant passenger
packet Glonco will lenvo fcr New Orleans
and way points at noon to-day.
CONDITION Or THE HIV KIM.
Tho river is still rising slowly at this
point, however, tbo rise will bo of short
duration. Navigation botween hero and
Evnnsvlllo U n little easier sinco the small
riso in tho lowor Ohio. At Pittsbug tho
river is falling steidily, likewise at Cin
cinnati and Louisvillo.
Thcro is 3 feet over Portland bar,
Thoro is threo feat from hvatuvillo to
Nothing now to report from tho Missis
sippl river. It is still fulling and boats
havo considerable troublo reaching here.
1IUSINES9 AND WEATHEK.
llusincsson tho loveo yesterday was in
clined to bo dull. Receipts and reship-
ments wcro both light
Tho weather was splondid, bolng cool
and pleasant all day.
Tho City of-Helena arrived 1U hours
behind time, caused by laying up nt night
and getting nground nt Hamburg, where
sho wnsdotaiucd a long timo. Tho Paulino
Carroll had not been released from hor
position on tho ways when the Fiskpaed
Mound Citv. Tho snagboat Abort was
alongsido, but did not seem to be doing
anything. Tho John Means, which has
been laid up horo for somo time, loft yes
tcrday for St. Louis, to bring down sever
al bargo loads of iron ore, which, togetlio
with her tow here, sho will tnko up th
Ohio whon tho water will permit. Capt
Win, Sandusky of tho tug Cacho, goes off
on a short ploasuro trip. Tony Courtway
has churco of tho Cache. Tho littlo Low
Water is high and dry on Wabash island
Tho Eddyvillo brought in a medium load
Sho returned last ovoning. Tho Kellogt:
tows tho now Mississippi V. T. bargo 4
to St. Louis. Jim Arick makes a splen
did looking juryman as did Sol Silver.
James Lowery a coal dcalor of Pittsburg
is in trouble, boing charged with forgery,
STOP AND HEAD!
GOOD NEWS KOlt KVKUYIIOHV ! !
n.ACU WHKItE. YOU (-AX HI'Y AS
.mih;u Kim dm; doi.i.ak as you
can i:i,si:wiii:u run n.i: pui.-
I.Alt AND A (JUAKTKU.
Tho undorsigned would respectfully in
form tho public that thoy have fitted the!
now storo houso on Eighth streot with the
unest ana best assorted stock of
general morchandleo over beforo broimht
to this market, and In ordor
to securo a largo portion of tho patronago
of tho public, wo aro determined to soil
our goods at lowor flguros than aro offered
at any other ostablishmont in this city or
vicinity. Our stock is ontiroly now, nnd
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trndo of this locality, nnd consists
of dry goods, clothing, boots nnd shoos,
ladles, gents and children hats, nnd all
other articles to bo found in n first class
dry goods and clothing establishment.
Wo call especial ottentlon to our largo
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department Is comploto in
all iUdetalls. Our stock of flannels, blank
ets, jcams and ciusamcres is tho largest in
tho city, and wo aro enabled to odor spoc
ial inducements to purchasers.
In Gentlomons' Clothing, Roots nnd
Shoos, Hati, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo aro fully prepared to meet all de
mands at prices dofying competition, As
it is to the interest of every ono to buy
City National Iiuuk Iliillilliiar.
&.Hpecial attention an! to order Iroin rlrnm
boutB nlnht oriluv
Wm. Eichhoir has purchased tho Inter
est of his brothers in tho above establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furnituro manufacturing business with
great success. Ho has n full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant every article ho manufactures. Ho
has also a full stock of lkd&lcada, Chairs.
Tables, Iluroaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on hand, und his prices
defy competition. Sales room nt tho fac
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CAIRO CITY
I am prepared to negotiate tho abovu
amount on Cairo city property in sums of
from $500 to $50,000, on flvo years time,
interest 10 por cent, and commissions
reasonable. Also $500,000 to loan for
terms of flvo yoars on improvud farms in
Southern Illinois nnd Missouri. For
further particulars addross mo nt Carbon
dalo Illinois. William H. Ro,b,
'qo pi'0S''ht low stago ef wator, which Is
koly to continue until coW wcatnor sei
i, is vory much in favor of t.alro. iot.-
ogo Is plenty nnd rates of ft eight aro firm
ntrl uiiclmngod. Tho donmnd for Hay
has fallen oil"; receipts hnvo been liberal
for tin- last two dnys and prices aro n shado
owcr on choice, which is tho only kind
wanted ; tbo mnrkot is glutted with com
mon nnd no demand for it nt all. Tho
long continuod drouth is at an ond j heavy
rains hnvo fnllon sinco our Inst issuo, nnd
times look brighter. Thero Is, howovor,
no signs of a riso of tho river.
Correspondents should benr in
mind that our quotations' represent pricos
for round lots from first hnnds, unless
otherwise stnted, nnd that in filling small
orders hiihor prices must bo pald.jpf
1' LOTJll Tho market is urm wivu n
fair stock to meet tho present demand.
Cholco grades aro ilmi at an advnnco of
ii5o on tho bbl. Low grades aro neglected.
Our merchants feel very much encouraged
by tho present outlook. In a fow weeks
cotton will commonco moving, nnd tho
Hour trndo will thon set In. A very largo
fall business is anticipated. Tho low stugo
of water is altogether in favor of this
market, and it is very doubtful whether
our flour merchunts will bo able to meet
tho heavy demand unless their stocks nro
largely Increased dulng tho next month or
two. Sales reported to-day nro 098 bbls
vnrious grndes, $5 CO to S 00 j !!00 bbls
do. $4 050 00 i 300 bbls do, on orders,
$0 OOgO i!5,nnd 100 bblsX winter, $5 60.
Salos by city mills to-day wero 200 bbls
white wheat fapiily, 8 75 ; 125 bbls
XXXX do, $8 00; 150 bbls XXX do,
$7 00. and 100 bbls XX, $0 00.
HAY. Dull ; under tho Inllucnco of
heavy receipts pricos havo weakened.
Common hay is not wonted nt nil nnd
choice closed to-day nt n decline of u dol
lar on tho ton. Our reports of sales
consist of 1 car "Gilt Kdgo" 10
50; 2 cars prime timothy 18 00 j 1 enr
choice timothy 10 00 ; 1 car Red top 10 00
and 20 cars timothy, primo to choice
18 00 to 20 00, nil delivered.
CORN. Very dull, no demand at all
oven for tho local trade. Wo note sale
of 100 sacks mixed in burlaps del 45 cts;
7 Cars mixed in bulk on track 38 cts, and
0 Cars White in sucks del at 53 cts;
OATS. Aro coming in lrcely. Tho
market continues llrm and prices have
advanced ono cent on tho bushel. There
is a good demand at higher prieoj in the
Now Orleans market which creates a lively
shipping demand hero. Our report of
sales consist of C Cars and 0 Cars in bulk
on truck at 27 cts j 1 Cars and 1 1 Cars in
sacks del at 33 cts; 2 Cars und 5 Cars in
sacks, on orders, at 31 cts, and 1 Car in
sacks del at 32 cts.
CORN MEAL. Vory dull no demand
at all. 150 bbls told on ordors at $2 40
HRAN. Moro active, and prices nro
looking up. 2 cars sold, in sacks do!, nt
$15 00. and 1 car in sacks del at $14 60.
POTATOES & ONIONS. Thero is
somo demand for both of theso articles.
Very few in tho market.
CARRAGE. COO heads sold nt 11c r
FRUIT. Thcro is somo enquiry for
choice apples very fow coming in. 100
bbls, ordinary, sold at $2 25$2 50. 200
boxes Grapes sold at 25c.
H UTTER. Choice vory scorco and in
demand. Common, plentynnd unsaleable.
30 Packages, fair, sold at 20c ; 12 do choico
EGGS. In good supply, nnd market
easier. 30 Packages sold at 20022c.
PROVISIONS. Active Very scarce,
nnd firm. 0,000 tin Clear Sides Jlacon
fold at 11 jc; 2,000 lbs Sugar Cured Can
vassed Hams at 17Ac.
CHICKENS Plenty and dulL 50
dozen Old sold nt$3 60; 40 dozon Young,
good, $2 00to2 50. ,
PLASTERING HAIR. 3.1c "f! bunhol.
LIME. In lots nt 1 25 to 1 50 V bbl.
CEMENT. At whole'alo $2 00
2 25 'rl bbl.
YYiiHAT. i nn prices to-uay, rcporteu
bv tho City Mills, nro, No. 1 White,
$1 65; No. 2 White. $1 50; No. 1 Hod,
$1 45; No. 2 Red, $1 40; Mediterranean,
$1 25. Damp or tough wheal u uueulea-bio.
SACKS. 'Renewed Gunnies 18J19J
Corn Burlaps, 2 Hurt. Ka, 18 cts. Im
proved Gunnies, 2 llushel, 21 cts. Oats
Rurlnps, 5 Rushel 23 cts. Cotton seam
less bin.'. 35 to 38 cts each.
PROV1SIHNS. Sugar Cured Hams
canvassed, lb. 17 to 18c. Shoulders
liacon BJe ; Clear Sides llncon, 12(Ti,12c;
Rreakfast Ifacon, 1 l(JI)lGo.
LARD-Reflned. In tierces?! , 10Jllc;
III kegs, ? lh, lHI2Je.
TEAS Impurial, "."ifiil 25 ; (iimpow
der, 75(til 25; Oolong " lliack, 751 00;
Young H.VMin, $1 OOoil 10.
01 IKK.SK. New York Factory, new, "31b
Hi 10 KMC
An unfurnished raom and board for a
goiitlomnn nnd wife, ono child undor two
yoars of ago. Address with forms.
Ilox 743 Cairo Ills. " "
Office Caiuo Citv Fkkiiv Co,
NotlcoU horebv given that a meeting
of thn stockholders of this company will
bo bold aTTTio company's olllco, comer o
Cth nnd Loveo street, In this city, on Tues
day, October 8th, 1872.
S. Staats Taylor, President.
Cairo, Ills., Sopt. 2lst, 1872.
Ladies, nsk to seo -Mrs. Swatider's new
crinollno skirt and bustle combined.
If you wish to indulge in a delicious
cigar, patronize P.Saup, Comioorclal ave
nue If you wish good chewing or smok
lug tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc.
go to P. Saup's popula- Tobacco und
On Julv 30lh Patrick Fitzgerald by
fulling on his doorstep broke two of bis.
ribs. Having n few days boioro pur
chased an accident ticket for flvo days at
the railroad ticket olllco ho has just ro
coived forty-flvo dollars ns Indomnity
for threo weeks, disabililitv. General
1 accident tickets insuring against death to
tho amount of $3000 or 15 dollars pe
, week indemnity in case of disability from
l any kind of accident aro for sulo at tho
! Illinois Central Railroad ticket, ofllco at
twenty-flvo cents for twenty-four hours
Rooms either furnished or utifumishe
on Seventh street near tho Rlelock house
Enquire nt the Rlelock houso.
rJHA.IjSIt TJST LIMB
Cement, Plastek Pahih,
PliASTEllKll'S II A I It,
NO. 71 OHIO I.KVKK, UNDKH CITV NATION
of building nil u
II sell to deal-
i-m mill .nnti-iii'tni-H III lots of 60 barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo. August 13. 1872,
Illinois Ck.ntual R. R. Co. "1
Aot's Office, Caiko, bept. 20, '72.
To ponons wishing to attend tho Unio
Fair, to bo held at Centralia from Scptem
ber 30, to October 5, we will soil excur
sioti tickets to Centralia and return, at ono
faro and n fifth, for tho round trip.
Salo of tickets will commonco Scptem
ber 30, nnd bo discontinued nftor thn de
pnrture of tbo train on tho morning o
October o. Tickets good to return tinti
October 7, inclusive. Tickets will bo is
sued to parties goinc with stock or articles
for exhibition on and after beptember 2
James Johnson, Ag't.
Our Homo Advertisers.
COMMIHMION AND 'OBWADIHO.
-TTl.r Hie liliniOHO
Wholesale trade In Cairo, I will sell to
STKATTON & MUD,
(Hiicceenora toHtratlou, lOnlfonA CLrk,)
ffl Ohio Loveo. Cuiro, Illinois
MUiLKK fi l'AHKKR,
DEALERS IN FLOUK,
uais, iiav, etc., -i
AGENTS rou PAIR HANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
General Commission Merolinnt
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. y. WILLIAM, JAh. KlNSLEV,
Lat-of Vlck'liurii, 3li. l.Mo ul Cui'll, J
W. M. WILLIAMS ii CO.,
.SrKCIALKAII.KOAD, .SiEAMHOAT AND
rOHWAKDINII AND COMMI6KION
55, OHIO LEVEE,
Mus. Swandor has tho nowesl styles o
braids, chignons, pulls, otc. 0-24dtf
Accommodations for a gentleman nnd
ludy and a fow day boarders niny bo hud
by inquiring nt The Hulletin. Refer
onces givon and required. sept27tf
MEN 1 MEN 1 1 MEN ill
Wantod, '4,000 mon to work on tho Mis
sissippi Central R. It., botween Jackson
und Milan, Tonu, High wnues and
prompt puy, Station and section work
to lot at from 16 to 22 cents por yard.
Apply to M. Hums, Mochanlcs' Hoard
lug Houso, Cairo, or G. II. Tcnny & Co
Contractors, Jnckeon, Tonn. Mr. Rurns
has amnio stablo accommodation for
Horses, having built a now barn expressly
lor a boarding stable.
ICE1 ICE II ICE I II
From Wednesday May lit, thn ico
wagon will canvass tho city, to continue
during tho summer months. Nono but
puro northorn lako ice will bo dolivored.
Husk, Loo mis, & Co.
Ulankeniiuiio ahead I Wines nnd Ci
gars I oldest and choicest, at tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite tho Post Offlce
Finct of Liquors, Freo Lunches and mu
sic every duy. Tho great Liberal and
Domocratic,Greely & Rrown drinko Weih
Reek, Is mado a specialty, and Fredprides
himself upon keeping tho freshest and
coolest in tho ctiy. Lemonades tho cold
est, mixed drinks and music tho II nest
SYRUPS Choice V irullon. (iSctfiSI 00.
New Orleans. 70(?i80e.
SEEDS. Millet "rl luuliol, 2 00 ; Timothy
4 00. ltcd Top 1 76 to 2 00.
COFFEE .lava, 2ti&iUu. ; Lugunyra, 2
Rio, J'rlmo to Choice, 221 to 25e.
HKOOMS. Common llotn-o "j! dozen, 1
Ml; Choice to Extra, $3 00QJ 75; S. II. $160
HEESWAX, f) It. ;il)c.
SOAP. S.ehaellcr'H German mettled;
7c; Champaign Miap, "Je.
i .ii.i.ow, r! id (e.
SUGAR New Orleans Prime to Choice
r! Ih ll?;i2o; Coffee A. 13 to 13 ; Cruheil
l'owdereil anliGr.nuilated Siigar 15 to 151.
FREIGHT. COTTON, Comprceil," to
Ni:V Yoitlf, 85e. ; to UonoN fcl (X). Un
comprised, to New Yoke. $1 14; to Hon
FRE1G1I,., TO -ME.MPIllH.-1'loui, 2 c
Hay, !? 50 Coinfl cwt., 15c; Oats, 15c.
Potatoes ?) bbl., 25c. ; Apples, 25e. ; P
35. ; Win-, ey (We. ; I.umir 11 M. s?7
Heavy iremni p owi., inc.
TO NEW ORLEANS. Flour V! bbl, 371o ;
Potatoes 371c- ! Apples il'Je. ; Fork, 50c. !
AVhlkey, 75e. ; Hay ( ton, ifll 00 ; Corn "A
owl., 20c. ; Oats 20c. ; Tobaeco "H hhd.
61 00 ; Cotton "fi halo, $1 x) ; Lumber "rt M.
$10 W. Heavy freight, cwt. 20e.
WATEii-proof St. Louis Lager beer ut
tho Thulia Saloon. Perrons who drink
it defy storms and dampno's, and never
have occasion to pay a doctor bill.
0--d lin. "
Mother, examine Mrs. Swunder's un
derwear for infants. You will bo de
If you want Fine Teas or Coffees, Spico
or canned Fruits, choico frosh Ituttor, or
tho vory best Flour, go toT. W. CHrrlco's
grocery storo on Washington avenue be
tween Eighth und Ninth rtrects.
AFGTIOX SALE TO-DAY.
All tho fixtures and stock
of Joe Smith's ice cream saloon
and bakerv will be sold on the
premises, corner of Eighth
streot find Washington ave
nue at 10 o'clock.
JOHN 11. WILLIS & SON,
(hucccn.orn lu John II. Chilli.,)
DKALKKS IN IIAV, COItN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
CAIItO, ILLS. -v-
$3.00 PER DAY
saved by going to John Tuner's
to purchase saddles and har
ness, at his saddle store on
"Washington avenue. All
kinds of repairing done on
saddles find harness, and car
rirge painting and trimming
on short notice, in good style
by good mechanics. Call und
examine my stock, and prices
at No.l in Cairo.
u.siaim John Taner.
FORWARDINO and COMMISSION
31 : II V II A N TH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
Anl Axt-nlH or
MHO lllVKH AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Leveb,
Louis Blatteau, whom ovorybody
knows, nnd who is tho friend of ovory
body, is now fully installed In his now
ijuarters, on Eighth street, botwoon Com
mercial nnd Washington nvonuos. Ho of
fers to tho public thn host St. Louis boor
tho choicest brands of wine and tho purest
liquors to bo found In tho city, nnd hopes
that those, civil treatment nnd n cordial
recoptlon, will insure to him a gonorous
sliaro of public patronage. Co mo and
soo Louis iti his now horns. Ho has a wol
corns for ovorybody, and for you, reador
a cordial one. tf.
tjCjYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Duranfs
A Coil'eo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Sovon lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
threo and one-half libs. Primo
Rio Coileo, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half por pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson ancf Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar por pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(HucceiHort to K. 11. Ucmlnoiis A Co,)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Ailvanrvnienle mado NrfV
ujioit Oopslninuta. amV
Are prepared to recoivo, storo and forward
freights lo all points and tmy and
cell on comml'sion,
-IIUHlnesa allondod to promptly;
MATIIUBS.. " vuu
MATI1USS & UHL,
iAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
JN0. M HO UBVSK.