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BSE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1872,
, allots- IMfc
otu Son are not interested In tho
wbwfboat about to be built by Linton,
Orr A Co.
Ahothm Railkoad. A meeting of
the projectors of the Cairo and Detroit
railroad was held in Indianapolis day or
two back. Tbo wbolo itock of the, coin-
t flftMit mlllloni of dollar, of
which four mlllloni arc already taken, and
It U expected the balanco will all bo taken
before the first of January.
C. Hankt, largest stock of mmlln.
Bor Shot. A small colored boy named
Keen Jackson, walking on the em
bankment of the Cairo and Vlncenncs
railroad, wai ihot In the ihouldcr Thurtday
evening by Charley Carbor, a colored man
Carbor clalmi that the hooting wai ac
cidental. The ball wai extracted by Dr
"Vardner. The boy will recover.
Phil SAcr, determined to be the flrit In
the Held with the holiday confectionery,
haijuit brought to tbli city the flceit lot
of French candiei and iweetmeati ever
opened In thii market, and will ibow hit
cuitotneri all the old favorites and many
new varieties. lie invites tho public to
call and inspect hit elegant collection of
mixed candiei, which may be teen in the
how case, and which cannot fall to pleaie
the palatei of all candy-loving people, lit
tle and big. Saup ii able to tell theie con
fections at the very loweit price, whole
ale and retail, and invitci the public to
call and fee tbem at once. 10-L'63t-C.
Hanny, largeit Hock of Blanket!.
Wuatistiik Bismark Bdkd? Itii
not an insurance company in the itrlcl
teste of the term, ai many suppose R to
be, but it it an anociation of men banded
together to afford to each other mutual re
lief in timet of iicknen. It it competed
of dlvitioni or lectiont, independent and
complete in Itself, and mutt support and
maintain lUelf. Tho Cairo aection hai
recently been organized and propoiea to
give evidence of its vitality by bringing it
to the public notico in the ibape of
grand ball at Scheol'i hall, Oct. 28,
hoping by thh method to extend iti bene
fit! and promote iU interests. It.
The Rev. Mr. Parr received a letter
yesterday evening from the Rev. W. J.
Grant, presiding elder of Cairo district, ap
pointing him to go at once and take charge
of the church at Mound City. The min
Uter appointed to that place by the late
conference, hat ilnce taken' a tranifer to
Colorado. Hence this change in Mr.
Farr'i appointment. We are lorry that
we are to lose hit labcrt, but are glad to
learn that the mission ii not to be aban-
Fcrsonai. Pods. L. O. Harris, Esq.,
wai in the city yesterdays
Judge Baker ii at Metropolli holding
Morris, the Ullin mill man, waainthe
Mr. and Mn. Edwin Fallli, returned
to this city yeiterday.
Mr. O. A. DeBaun of tho Ullin Lime
and Rock company, called on ui yeiterday.
Cormlck, famoui ai a railroad con
ductor, hai been off on a round of pleasure
Col. Joi.Farrell, formerly of Tama
roa, III now a resident of Jackson, Mist.,
where ho Ii largely engaged in merchan
dizing, is now in Cairo making large pur
chases of produce.
Emmet C. Winston, ion of our towns,
man, Col. Clayborn Winston, ii in tho city
on a visit to hii parents and friondi. Mr.
Winston ii ono of the chlof proprietors oi
the Oakland Milk company in San Fran
Mr. George II. Seaie, the eaterpriiing
and competent lato superintendent of the
cuitom-houio in thii city, hai been ap
pointed superintending architect of tbo
cuitom-bouso now in coune of construe
tion at St. Paul, Minnosota.
Polick Pickings. Edward Touhy wai
found on the street, drunk and disorderly,
in company with Sweeney, juil returned
to thii city from Joliot, and wai fined five
dollan and coiU. The city attorney
granted a lUy of execution, and Touhy
wai last teen on the railroad with hit face
turned toward Mound City.
Anthony Collins, offense the same ai
Winn'i, wai found out of pocket entirely
and lent to work on the streets for seven
John Winn, drunk, picked up by
Martin and Whitcamp, plead guilty to
plain drunk, and was fined two dollars and
costs. Sent to jail for six days.
John O'Brien, also drunk, said it was
the first offense of the kind for fifteen
years, and pledged himself, if let off, not to
renew his acquaintance with the "cray-
ther" for fifteen years to come. He was
sent to work on the streets for fire days
Charley Carbor, a colored sovereign,
was arraigned on a charge of shooting
within tho limits of the city, by which
pastime a colored boy, Eeene Jackson was
wounded in the shoulder. Carbor was
fined fifteen dollars and costs for bis law
breaking. He had no money and was
sent to work on the itreeti for nineteen
Bristly. Stated Items. Go to
church to-morrow and pray for the good
Tuk Bulletin office, alwayi up to
the time, is to be heated by steam.
Fire wood in abundance is now selling
on tho street at four dollars per cord.
he knew that fact, he said he rememberod
it because t the fall election in 1871 he
had to awear in'hli vote that Ii to lay
he knew he had been a reildent of the
State a year, because last fall he had not
been a resident of the Stato that length of
time, and in order to rote had to swear
that ho had been : but now, havlntt roallv
been in the Stato a year, he could not see
what necessity there wai for swearing
mat ne naa been.
We attended a very interesting noliti
cal meeting, on Thursday night, at Mori
gan a mil, two mllei eait of Dongola, in
union county. The audienco was as
sembled In tho largo itoro room of Mr.
Morgan and was first addressed by Mr.
wan, Liberal Democratic candidato for
congreis. We need not lay that Mr.
Wall's ipoecb, occupying about fifty
mlnulei in the delivory, was forcible and
eloquont. It was listened to with atten
tion, and loudly applauded. It covered,
very thoroughly, saliont issues of tho
canvsss, and did much good. Mr. Obcrly
followed Mr. Wall In a ipeech ot lomo
length, and wai lucceeded by a gentleman
from Union county, who mado the speech
of tbo evening. He particularly requested
ui to lay nothing about It, because he ii
averie to the practice of dabbling in tho
political pool. But, the, fact it, ho hap
pened in at the meeting; ho listened to
Wall j he paid attention to Obcrlyj he be
came enthused, and when the crowd cried
for Crawford how could ho resist? He
couian i ana ne didn't, and wo
are glad ho didn't, because he
gave us an entertainment long
to be remembered. In fact and In dwn
right truth, that speech was remarkable.
It was not a finished production, full of
rounded sentences, but it was full of mag.
netism and power. It was a thunder
storm of political oratory and if its floods
of earnest declamation did not sweep out
of the minds of all present all doubts as to
their duty in this canvass their duty on
election day wo are no judgo of tho
effects of a ipeech on a crowd. We have
been at Methodist revivals, and have seen
the myiterioui worki of tnvlng grace, but
we never taw a more hearty rovival than
that at Morgan' Mill on Thursday night
Men who came to the meeting indifferent
to the Liberal caute went away shouting
for Greely and Reform, and at least one
Radical, the only one at the meeting a
man who had been a bitter opposer to the
caute, was converted from tho error of his
political way and acknowledged tho truth.
We experienced the fact that it wai good
to be there; and, if it wero not that wo
had been requested to not say anything
aboat it, wo would pronounce tho Judge'
speech, in its peculiar way, tho best of the
campaign. Judge Lomma, in conclusion,
poke very effectively for about fifteen
minutes, when tho meeting broke up with
yelli for the cause.
various grade $5 25 to $9 60, and 250
do 5 75 to $9 25. Saloa by city mills
were 200 bbl whito wheat family. $9:
125doXXXX,$8 60; 150 XXX, $7 25;
100 XX, $6 25, and 50 X $0.
HAY Cholco, firm and In demand soil
ing readily at quotations. No lalo for
poor hay at any prico. Our roport of
sales compriso 20 cars : 8 cars common to
cholco timothy, $16 to $20; 3 cars primo
timothy, $18 ; 2 cars cholco do $20 ; C
cars cholco mixed, $17 CO, and 1 car com
mon mixed, $15, all delivered.
CORN Market unchanged : C cars
mixed sold, in sacks, dollvorcd, 47c.
OATS Supply about equal to tho de
mand, no surplus on tho market to-day,
and scllorshold firm at 30c. Tho demand is
confined to supplying tho o'rdor trado.
which is heavy from Momphls and othor
points below. Wo nolo sales of 1 car
sacked and dol at 30c ; 8 cars sacked and
del at 31c ; '2 cars, 5 cars and -1 cars in
bulk, on track 24c; 2 cars and 1 car cholco
mixed In sacks dol at 31c; and 2 cars and
8 cars in bulk on track at 25c.
CORN MEAL Tho demand is im
proving but shipments ns compared with
rccolpts, still loaves n largo surplus on tho
market. Prices continuo unchanged. 100
bbls kiln dried sold at $2 40 del; lOObbls
steam dried at $2 40 dol ; and 700 bbls
"Evening Star" City Mills, steam dried at
$2 602 CO.
"WHEAT Firm at quotations. 1 car
Red sold at $1 35, and 1 car Spring at
BUTTER Cholco butter is in good
demand and light supply. Common
plenty and dull. 10 pkes cholco sold at
NEW ADERTISEMENTS. STOP AND KEAD!
J.G. Lynch's two year old colt took
doned, as Mr. Grant will appoint another the first premium at tho lato Charleston
man as soon as a suitable one can be found I rir
The promise of a house has been obtained'
and in the meantime the work will be
carried forward by local help.
Laxoe itock dress suits at O. Hanny's.
Mas. Anna La.no, Eighth street be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, has just received a large and varied
stockjof fall goods, and desires to call par
tlcular attention to her handsome assort
ment of ladies' and children's underwear.
something new in this market. Her
woolen drawers and leggins combined are
also something now and the most comtort
able thing for children in cold weather
ever deviled. Mrs, Lang also has a well
selected assortment of hats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all sorts, all
of which will be told as cheap ai can bo
round elsewhere tn this marital.
Nobody denies that if you would have
oysters by the plate, itewed, fried, roasted
raw or on the half-shell, by the dozen,
The county jail now containi aeven
prisoner, two awaiting trial for murder,
and -five for larceny.
Gcod Michigan and Iowa potatoei
bring iixty-five cent! per bushel by the
car load in this market.
Two negroes, at the early hour of
o'clock yesterday morning, were engaged
In a desperate hand to hand and wool to
wool encounter with each other. One
was young and the other wasn't beautiful
We have heretofore neglected to
state, and now make baste to supply the
omission, that the best looking man at the
great Liberal demonstration in this city
last Saturday night was a gentleman by
the name of Mr. Len Faxon. It has been
said he lives at a place on the Ohio river,
somewhere above Cairo, called Paducah
hut bo did not have the appearanco of
man of that kind
With nroDer encouragement we can
publish tho Associated Press dispatches
Shall we havo that encouragement ? Tak
can or barrel, there is only one place In the Ing them will increase our expensei about
city where you can cet tho freshest, juiciest $3,600 a year, moro than we can well al
and best. That place by common consent ford ; but if increaso or business would
is the Thalia Oyster saloon, at the corner I come and reward us for our enterprise, we
of Twelfth street and Waslneton avenuo. would "eo in." Who will give ui a new
and, while there, if you ihould chance to I advertisement if wo will tako tho dl
call for a glass of St. Louis lager ; a glass patchei? "Who that advertiiei with us now
of wine, native or foroien, or something will increase his patronage 7 lie who will
of ladies' fans at C.
"Wanted. Two thousand men at good
pay, and five hundred teams at $4 50 to
$5 per day, to go to Marshall, Texas, to
work on tho Texas and Pacific railroad
Board $3 50 to $1 50 per week. Teams
and men will bo transported to Vicksburg,
(from whero they can drivo to Freeport,)
as follows: Horses, $7; mules, $0; wag
ont, $7; men on deck, 3. For trantpor
tation and other information apply to
M. Burns, Agent,
Mechanics' boarding house,
Cor. Third St. Si Commercial Av.
GREELEY AND BROWN.
20 to 25c ; 12 pkgs fair to choico at 20 to
6 pkgs choice roll at 25c; 10 pkgs
ordinary to choice at 18 to 25c.
EGGS Vory scarce, market baro and
none coming in ; good demand at quota
tions. 1,000 doz told at 23c.
POULTRY Vory dull. 5 coops good
mixed chickens sold at $2 75, and 25 dor.
do at S2 50 to 3 50.
FRUIT Very little coining in. 50
bblt fair to choice Apples sold at $2 50 to
$3, and 12 bbls Oranges at $10 per bbl.
POTATOES Very dull. 3 cars north-
ern Peach Blows sold in bulk at 50c per
bushel del ; 1 car mixed in bulk nt 45c
delivered; 25 tacks on orders atCOcand
100 bblt at $2 per bbl.
PROVISIONS Scarco and firm. Si
boxes of Bacon, clenr tUes, sold nt UJc,
and 2,500 lbs sugar cured canvassed Hams
sold ut 17c.
BRAN Quiet. We nolo sales of 2
cars in sacks, del. at S1C17 per ton.
PLASTERING HAIR. 35c V bushel.
LIME. In lots at $1 25 to 1 50 V bbl.
CEMENT. At wholcsalo $2 00
2 25 r bbl.
V iitsAi. me prices to-uav, reporieu
by tho City Mills, are, No. 1 White,
$1 CO; No. 2 White. $1 55; Red by
sample, $1 30 to 1 50 ; Mediterranean,
il 20 to l bu. Uatnp ortougu wueat is
SACKS. Rctowed Gunnies 18j19j
Corn Burlaps, 2J Bus. Ea, 18 cts. Im
proved Gunnies, 2 Bushel, 21 cts. Oat
Burlaps, 5 liushei Td cts. Lotion seam
less bags, 35 to 38 cts each.
PROVISIONS. Sugar Cured llamt
canvassed, $ lb. 17 to 18c. Shoulders
Bacon bjc; Ulear Sides liacon, uujc;
Breakfast Bacon, 14015c.
LAUD Refined, in tierce 't? lb, 01 10c. :
In keg. "f lb, 11 to UJc.
TEAS Imperial, 7.X5.1 2.V, Gunpow
der, 75(3,1 25 : Oolong Black, 70&1 00 ;
Youmr Hvson. 81 00(54 40.
CHEESE. New lork Factor', new, V tt.
SYRUPS Choice -f gallon, G0c(i$l 00,
n ou-iiei. e- w; iimomy
ANOTHER PUBLIC DEMONSTRA
TION RESOLVED UPON.
of a stronger kind, your own good taste
will testify that Jaeckel keeps tho belt.
Then go to the Thalia, call for what you
want to eat or drink, and if you are not
more than satisfied, everybody will say
that you must cbargo your distatisfaction
to vour own depraved tasie. ii.
Mb. Black, of tho City Shoo Store,
hai returned to the city, having purchased
a vory large itock of fall and winter
boots and iboes, which be is now daily re
ceiving. Mr. Black hu selected bit goodi with
hit usual caro and taito, and guarantees
his friends and patrons who may call upon
him, a first-class article. Mr. B. bav-.
ing met with such good success in intro
ducing ladies', misses' and children'i cus
tom made ihoei of Brolaski make, has
mado arrangement with the above gon
tletnen tor a lino of their gentlemen'i
and youths' hand mado boots and shoes,
to which he ivites the attention of the
gentlemen of Cairo. 10-1 9-tf.
Playful Pastime or a Femten
tiart Bibd. Sweeney, who was sent to
the penitentiary about a year ago, for being
found concealed under the bed of Judge
Brosi, and who boasted of his cheerful pur
pose to dance, at tome future day, on his
Honor'i grave, returned to this city
from Joliet Thursday. Thursday nighti
be indulged in a row in which ho came
out second best and was arretted by Mar
tin and Whltcamp. Yesterday morirg ho
was taken before Judge Brow to answer
the charge of lighting and disorderly con
duct, and fined fivo dollars and costs.
Sweeney promUed to leave thecity at once
if the court wculd grant him the privi-
ece. which the court aio, ana oweoney,
pretumed U now on nu way to
and pasture new.
dulge tea dtlicioui
. Commercial are-
wing or amok-
should tell Burnett, and toll him to-day.
Political Pods. Judge Broai startled
the echoes of the 11 German Settlement "
of Union county last week with his de
nunciations of tho wickedness of Grant
Ism. The judge is developing into a first
class political talker. Ho carries his aud
ience by storm.
Bird, the black orator, has not yet.
lifted up his ebenoezer in this campaign.
Munn has quieted down. Ho Is not
doing much for his great leader and him-olf.
Llnogar laughs lightly lately, long
ingly looking at tho offlco into which he is
to be boosted If Grant is re-elected.
Tho Radicals have registered in this
city negroei who are registered in Pulaski
county. They intend to vote these black
dupet In both counties.
Out of the abundance of thegoodnen
of our heart we have measured to our
Radical friends in this city kindness of
the most remarkable kind.
Mr. Thomas B. Vallotto of St. Louis,
Mo., and Mits Fannie J. Atborton, of Al
exander county, Ills., were married at the
St. Charles hotel in this city at 11 o'clocK
Thursday morning, by the Rov.'II. H.
Richardson of Anna, Hit.
Politics in Cairo havo commenced to
rush along In a lively manner. Tho Rad
ical! are as lively, In asly way,aicrlcketi,
and tho Liberal! have their eyei upon cer
tain very questionable transactions In
which their Radical friends are engagod.
Col. Townei ancTMr.Oberiy will ad
dress the peoplo of Olearcreek noxt Satur
day at 12 o'clock. Mr. Oberly will ipeak
at City ball, Mound City, next Tueiday
night. Last night he addressed a meeting
at Humback's school house, five miles
north of Cobden, and to-night will speak
at Hess' school-house, four milei east of
A negro applied to be registered in
thii city, and when aiked how he knew ke
had been In the State a year, replied that
be knew the fact became be bad come to
Cairo in March, 1871. "When aiked how
A large number of Liberal voters met
at the Greeley club room last night, to
discuss tho propriety ofa holding another
Dr. Arter was callod to tho chair, and
M. B. narrell appointed secretary.
Dr. Taber, treasurer of the Greeley and
Brown club, reported that he had received
from all sources, the turn of $401, and had
expended, on account of tho recent dem
onstration, tbo sum ot uo, leaving a
balanco in the treasury of $31 85.
Mr. McHalo moved, and the motion
was carried unanimously, that tho citizens
of Cairo provide for a Greeley and Brown
demonstration, to come off at a timo to be
Thoi. "Wilson, Mayor Lansden, O. Win
ston and M. B. llarrell wero appointed as
a committee to secure speakers.
On motion of W.W.Thornton tho com-
mlttees appointed to manago tho recont
meeting wero continuod in oflico.
Thereupon the meeting adjourned to
convene at the call of the committoo on
Dn. Arter, Chairman.
M. B. Harrell, Socretary.
nEKDs. .Mulct r. nu-nei. e
$3 MQfl 70. Red Top i)l 75 to 2 00. Clover
COr rKK .Java, iwfimuc. ; l.ajruayra, "iJ
(3,23$. Ulo, Prime to Choice, 21 to 23c.
BROOMS. Common Hou-e V dozen, 81
M ; Choice to Extra, 83 00&3 75 J S. B. 84 50
Dt-r.." a-v p io we.
SOAP. Schaeffer's German mottled;
Tjc; Champaign boap, 7Jc.
TALLUW. f ID iC.
SUGAR New Orleans. Prime to Choice
tb liaise; Coffee A. 13 to 131 ! Cnixhed
Powdered nnbtiramilateU Su?ar 15 to 15J.
niKium. curium, comprci-eu, to
New Yohk. tic. : to Boston 81 00. Un
compressed, to New York, 81 14; to Bos
FltKIGU TO JIKJiriHS. Jloill, ilOc ,
Hay, 85 00 : Corn "p cwt., KJc. ; Oat, 17c.
l'otatocM, pblI., 30c; Apples, SOc; I'ork,
35. ; Whiskey. 00c. ; Lumber, a 51. $7 00;
Heavy freight T? ewt.,17ic.
TO NEW ORLEANS. Floury bbl, 50c;
Potatoes, M)c. ; Apple, 50c ; ;i'ork. 75c.
Whiskey, 81 00 ; Uav "p. ton, 87 00 ; Corn ?
wt 25c. ; Outs, 2jc ; Tobacco 'p hhd.
?5 00 ; Cotton p. bale, 81 50 ; Lumber "y
10 00. Heavy freight, tl cwt. 25c.
AUCTION SALE OF CAIRO LOTS.
There will be sold, at public auction, on
tbo premises, corner of Cedar and Eigh
teenth stroots, on Monday, October 28th,
at 2 o'clock,
eighteen desikaiile nuiLDi.vo lots.
To porsons desiring cheap hornet in the
contra portion of tho city this is tho best
opportunity yot offored to get proporty at
their own prico ; it is only about three
squares from the-custom house. Title per
Stoamor Nick Long worth, Mound City.
" Pink Varblo. MemDhls.
" Wm. J. Low It, Vicksburg.
" Mary E. Forsyth, Mound City.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk Jr., Psducah.
Stoamor Pink Varble, St. Louis.
" Wm. J. Lowis, St. Louis.
" Illinois Columbus.
' Jim Fisk Jr., Paducah.
1110 MUDDY COAL.
atoamboati suppllod at any timo, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorablo
H. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Bokke, Gen'l Stipt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly
I10ATS LEAVINO TO-DAY.
Tho lino steamer Nick Longworth Is
tho boatloaving for New Orleans and all
way landings this evening at 0 o clock
Tho beautiful Hello Memphis is tho regu
lar Anchor lino packot, leaving this even
ing at 0 o'clock for Momphls and all way
points. Tho elogant City of Vicksburg is
tho packet of tho Anchor lino leaving for
St. Louis and way points this evening at
6 o'clock. Tho Jim Fisk Jr., leaves thl
evening at 4J o'clock, with tho mail for
Paducah and all way points. Tho regu
lar pacKot for hvantvillo and all way
points leaves at 6 o'clock this evening.
condition or the rivers.
Yestorday the river at this placo com
mencod rising slowly. At . Pittsburg
thcro Is'a good propcct of quito a riso In
tho river. Tho Ohio from Cincinnati
down to this port is rising slowly, and
thero may bo sufficient water como down
to raako a decent channel between here
and Evansvillc. No change in tho con
dition of tho Mittitsipnl river. Thero Is
but fivo and a half foet In the channel
Tho current through Bird's bend runs llko
a mill-tall, and sternwheol boats have to
push llko good fellows in order to round
the bend. Between hero and Memphis
tho river is falling with six feet scant
in the channel.
IIUSINE.'S AND WEATHER.
Business on tho loveo was good not
withstanding our port list was rather
small. Tho weather was cloudy and dark
with Indications of rain.
The Steamboat Captains' association of
New Orleans has been revived and thoy
will hold a general convention at this place
on Tuesday, November 12th. Captains
W. J. Kountz, John C. Sinnattf and Frank
Hicks havo been appointed a committeo
to visit St. Louis, Evansville, Louisville,
Cincinnati and Pittsburg for tha purpose
of having the association at those cities re
organize and send delegates to the conven
Tbo Nick Longworth came down from
Mound City night before last and com
menced loading for Now Orleans so that
thoy will get away to-night.
Tho Pink Varblo passed up for St.
Louis and will go on tho docks. It will
be remembered that a thort timo ago while
loaded tho ran upon tho wreck of tho
Platte Valley five miles below Memphis
The Mary E. Forsyth will not load here
as it was fir.t reported, but will go to St
Louis for a load. Sho leaves for that
place this morning.
Tho W. J. Lewis from Vicksburg, carno
Hying light and refused a large lot of
sacks of salt for St. Louis.
State ol Illinois, Alexander county, ks. Al
exander county circuit conn, snm
ue! Staats Taylor and Edwin Parsom,
trustcci of the Cairo city properly vs. Eliz
abeth Cotcllo nnd P. Cotcllo, her litis-
iiatiu. jiiii to ciuorce vendors iicn.
Public notice Is hereby given that In pur
suance of a decrco entered In tho above
entitled catiso in said court at tho July term,
A. 1). 1872, 1, .1 nil n j. Jlnriiinii. master 111
c iniiccrv oi Mia court, win on tno l ut i (lav
of November, A.I). 1H72, at 2 o'clock p. in. of
said tiny, sen ai puimc auction to tnc High
est bidder for cash, at tho front door of tho
court-house in the city of Cairo, III said
county, tho following described real estate,
to-wlt : Lot numbered tlilrtv-nlno Cl! In
block numbered ttvcntv-oii'j (211 In t he first
addltloiito tho city of Cairo, In the county of
Alexander aim siaio oi Illinois, as mo same
Is designated on the recorded map or plat of
said nri addition to tnc rltv ol Cairo, to
gether with all and sliigular'tho tenements
ami Hereditaments thereunto belonging. A
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY!
A place where you can buy as much for
as you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
Tho undonlgncd would respectfully In
form tho public that thoy havo fitted their
now storo house on Eighth itrcet with tho
finest and host assorted stock of
proper deed will lie executed to tho pur- general morchandlso over beforo brought
eliaser on the day ol sale. . , ,
Cairo, Oct. 28th, 1872,
JOHN O. ItAKMAN,
Master In Chancery.
THE NEW YORK
SAFE, SURE AND STEADFAST.
A JOUHN'AL FOB ALL Tit HE lU'.I'UBLI-
CANS. FOB ALL TKUE LUlKltALS,
AND ALL TUCK DE.MOCBAT-J.
The New York Evening Pot, edited by
William Ctilleii Bryant and Parke Godwin,
a-'IMod bv the strongest talent that can be
engaged, lias for more than half a century
ma lila lied Hie same tir lie It es ol t reedoln
and Progress, through ull changes of parties
it statins tor i.nuai uigiiis: lor uic wisiit
tuition of Power: for the security of the glo
rlntis resii is of Kmancltiation ami l.llfran
chieineiit won by tho war; and lor all
It Is oppoed to Inltlstlce and spoliation
dlsgul-cil under the name of protection;
and to all -orrupt party combinations which
sacnucu principle to meru success.
It will support Grant and Wilson boeausu
It believes that tmdcr them the government
will be more stable, and the chance- for
progress ami relonn more pertain, than un-
tier any a at co oi I nco iniiaiui c elements,
The 'Evening Post l equal to any other
a a newspaper, ami Is complete in It- Polit
ical, its i.uerary, its scientiue, its Agricul
tural, and its Commercial Department-.
TEltMS OF SniSCBIPTION.
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Thoe subscribing now for one year will
receive the paper until .lantiary 1, 1871.
Or we will semi the following periodicals
to subscribers, In connection with the Eve
ning Po-t, at the prices named:
Evening Post. Kve'gPost.
to tins market. and In nnlr
to sccuro a largo portion of tho patronago
of tbo public,
WE AKE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUK GOODS AT LOWER,
ANY OTHER EST A II.
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock is entiroly now, and
hought oxpretsly for tho coming fall and
wlntor trado of this locality, and consist!
of Ladies, Gents and Children'i
BOOTS & SHOES,
HAT3 &: CAPS.
And all other articles to bo found In a
first class dry goods and clothing ettabllih-mont.
We call especial attention to our large
assortment of drcts goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department is complete in
all its details. Our stock of
is the largest In tho city, and wo arc en
abled to offer special Inducements to pur
chascri. In Gontlemctis' Clothing, Boots and
Shoe, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo are fully prepared to meet alt de
mands at prices defying competition. As
it is to the interest of every ono to buy
whero goods are cheapest and best
wo cordially invlly tbo public
to call and examine our stock before pur
Our establishment is located on tho east
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues.
Blum & Amson.
City Xntlona! Bank BislliUnir.
M.Hpecial attention pal J to orders trorn Me-.ro
boats nkht onlay
Harper ii.i.ar . ..
Harper'-. .Magazine .
Our Young Folks
Scribner'- Monthly . .
Old and New. . . .
The Agriculturist . . .
Hearth ami Home .
l.lttell's Living Age
W ood's llou-cli'd Magazl
ne 2 fx)
The Christian Intelligencer,
wuu ciiromo ; ,o : 20
To each subscriber to the Evening Post
and Christian Intelligencer will be sent the
I beuutlltil Chromo, "The Gleaners."
TRY IT I TRY IT I
For twenty-live cents we will send the
Weekly Evening Post for two months or for
tlfty cent- wo will send the Semi-Weekly
Mening J'ost lor llie same time.
Specimen Numbers Sent Free.
Address WM. C "iiuYANT & CO.,
Houso nnd two lots in block llfty lots
Iso. 35 and 30 situated on Eighth bo-
tween AVashington and Walnut. For
further particulars as to terms apply on
promises or address P. O. box 054.
Fink assortment of table damask, nt C.
stock of black silks at C.
TnuitsDAY EVENING, Oct., 21, 1872.
Business is generally actlvo and our
commission merchants and wholesale dry
goods and grocery dealers aro kopt very
busy filling orders. Rates of freight are
stiff at tho advance noted In our last issue.
Tho flour market is weak, and transac
tions in that itaplo aro rathor limited.
Prices are lower, although wheat is Arm
at high figures.
Oats have boon scarce for n few days
past but aro now moro plonty and firm at
30c from first hands.
Tho hay market continues unchanged,
cholco soiling at $18 to $20, while
common is a dead wolgbt on the hands of
the dealer who is so unfortunato as to ro
celvo contlgnments, and cannot bo workod
off at any prico.
Bomarks upon other commodities will
be found under their appropriate head
ings. MFGorrospondontt should boar in
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from Cm hands, unless
otherwise stated, and that in filling small
orders higher prices must be pald.n
FLOUR Dull, very little demand
ouUidsof the jobbing trade. The decline
of latt ten days is nearly fifty cents on the
bbl. Wa not sale in the general mar
ket of 860 bbU : 100 good XXX, $7; 600
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to fill all
orders on tho shortest notico.
Gold breastpin with fringed pendants, lie guarantees both the Work
Finder win bo rowarded by returning to and material ; his patterns are
ot tlio latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop 111 the city. Confident
A woman to cook and
$15 por month. Apply
iron. "Wages, 0f the excellence of his work,
at TlIK BtL- l.n invitm, fllft nfvrmnrrn M'
KENTUCKY STATU LOTTKKY.
Legalized by nn act of the Legislature.
The mot liberal Lottery ever drawn. Only
7,110 tickets: ami !l,00 prize.
To be drawn Nov. 80, 1ST2, In Covington, Ky.
One Capital Prize of $25,000
1 Prize of .jr.,000 III Prizes of. .$2,'i0
1 Prlo or..... !!,1MJ 110 Prizes of. . . m
'J Prizes of 1,000 420 Prizes of . . iio
2 Prizes ol .. Wj() 2,010 Prizes or. . . U
3,0M Prize, amounting to . 501,200
'Jlckets, 12. Halves 0. Quartern, $.1.
Our Lotteries nre chartered by the htatc,
nun -ii.niii ui uiu nine iiiiineii, iinuer IIIO Ml
pervMou of nworn commissioner.
The drawing will bo published In the
New York, Chicago, nnd Louisville paper.
Wo will draw a imllar m-Iiciiio the fat-t
Saturday or every month during the year
1872 and 1S7II. '
Remit at our ri-k by Po.t-ollice .Money Or
der. Registered Letter, limit or Ex-prcs.
JSTs-end rr a circular.
Address SMITH, SIMMONS .V CO.,
Box o27 Covington, Ky.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADl'C'AH ft EVANS
VILLE SKMl-WEKKLY U. S.
Th Kt ami Klennt I'ufttiifer Ht-mner
Jack Guammkk, Master.
Eli. Thomam, Clerk.
t3T Leaves Cairo for Paducah and Evans
ville, every Thursday aud Sunday evening,
at(S o'clock, connecting at Evansville with
the Louisville and Cincinnati packets. For
i re i l' nt. or parage aiiioy to
Jamks 11 1 (if is PatM-nger Ag'f.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCAH & EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The tine Passenger Packet
Nkolkv Ruiui .
JSTLeave Cairo for Paducah and Evans-
board or to
I liesdav and Friday eveniiiL' at U
For freight or nassairo aiiiiU- on
.Lotus) IlKiOH. I'us-cnger Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVILLE
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The line low pressuro. Passenger Packet
B. PENNINGTON .....Mast
EITLcavcH Cairo every Wednesday anil
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for Paducah
and Evansvillc. For freight or passage ap
ply on board or to
iIAmem llldtis, Passenger Ag'l.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid ntcaroer
Two Tailors, ono coat makor and ono
pants makor. Only tho best workmen
need apply. Jacoii Leii.ni.no.
21 3t No. IC, Ohio Loveo.
Call and seo tho largo etock ot
goods nt O, Hanny's.
Received daily by oxpross at Winter's
grocory in Winter's block, tho following
goods kopt In ico : Fresh whito
ilsh, salmon, bass and perch;
fresh oysters, diroct from Baltimore, by
the can nt COc to familios, warranted
good; alto Now York sound's, by tho
quart; clams and frosh lobsters; squirrels,
ducks and othor game ; colory and fresh
Ohio butter, always on hand; also all
kinds of vegetables nnd fancy grocories,
sliced ham, Ac, besides a variety of other
articles, including oranges and lemons, all
of which will bt told at a fair living profit.
lie invites the natronarjro of
mar iou can ouy six
and ono-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Sovon lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar: I3ost
three and ono-half libs. Prime
Rio Cofl'co, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half por pound ; Best Gun
powdor Tea, Oho Dollar and
Sevonty-fivo Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Toa,
Ono Dollar por pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
It. S. BR1GHAM, M. D
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Of
l ee liUi Commercial avenue. Residence on
I i-iith street, tlueu doors west of 0. R.
WcMi's Practical Guide to Business Is tho
best selling Book in the market. It is a
book for all concerned in making or saving
money. Liberal commissions paid, mid 10
given away to Agents proving successful,
Address at once for terms and territory.
No. 0 East Third St., Davenport, Iowa.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to ui i!y cmurDf i villi the
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at llaillday Bros, office, 70
oiuo levee, or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion, The Tua ''Montauk" will bring coal
alongside u steamers at any hour.
Dick Fowlek, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
p.m. i- or ireigut or passage appiy on noaru
Or 10 J As. .11ALLOHV, Jg I.
OAlltt. AND MOUND OITY
Will make three trips daily.
At 11 a.m
At 4:30 li.m.
Faro each way, 30
I.KAV'O MOUND CITY
At H:30 u.m.
At i::so p.m.
At II p.m.
cents; 10 tickets lor
2 Ui. Will land, when hailed, at any good
Intermediate, lauuiug lor passengers oi
l'AKKElt A BLAKE,
DIAL): II IN
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Patty. Baaslste. UstaoUae,
And the celebrated illumlaatiog
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