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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1872.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE BULLETIN.
for ladies m:s and chii.diu:n,
IlKiimi St., !It. i;om. A- AVasil,
Hiii Just opened n new nml HylWt r-tali-llilitncnt,
fully up to tins lime?, nml Itmtej
,11 cu'tomcr? nml new, ladles children ami
all, to faor him with their palron.ifre.
t3TAll uo'rfc done In Hie LateM Mjlo.
1'ntillcnUnn OlHrr, Bulletin JHalltllB
Snr.Rirr Irvln is Intlio country collcct
TiiKrctnnins of tho Into J. JJ. Taylor
will bo burled at Beech Grove, Mounds
Tun board of directors of the Cairo nnd
St. Louis rnllrord compnny incot In this
city till morning at 10 o'clock.
Jmlgo Crawford, Colonol Townos nnd
Mr. llotiton, of Jonesboro, wcro vllblo on
our streets -yostcrdny evening.
Vlnrtar flitter ore not a Tile Taney Drink,
made o" roor Hnm. Whiar. IToof s-plrlt anil
Rem Unnnn. doctored, fi'lffil. and awM-tencd
?ntfM Thk business of tho county court yes-
rnnesi ani nun. nu nro n iru um loruay wns unimportant, mo iron
from tho native riwt and lierM of California, free i ., , , , ....
wiiuvo! wcro uounu over 10 circuit couri
in tho sum of $300.
tarn ! Airnhnlic titlmnlant. Tlier arc (he Great
Blood runner and a ure-clrtwr ITjnciple.a rerfrct
llrnovator and Invlcorator of ihe SiMcm. carrilnu
oil all poloDOii mailer and retorinu the Mood
to a bealtbjr conJtlion. rurtchlnir It, re rrcMilnj; and
House for rent on Division strcot, he-
tween Twentieth nnd Twenty-first ttroct.
Apply to Mrs. Guflnoy, Central Home.
Tnr.nt: will bo n big flag raising at
Santa Te, on tho Greeley sldo of tho fence,
on Saturday, 31st Inst. Allen nnd Green
will oratoricnlly labor on that occasion.
ill'.. Ilradley's barbocuo wns tho attrac
tion in tho third ward vestcrdav. It was
enthusiastic. The colored people who at
tended it sweat and eat, which in a Grant
darkle is tho nemo of enjoyment
produced by Ueraiiicment of the lifetivc Orran?.
T lit air wt v.riu.r riiiKaiur n wril n
Tonic, potwu..: aK 'la- ('(x-nllar merit ct act
lntrata ponc-tiu; .n"-nt in rwin insr ConzMtlon or
Inflammation of the Liu-r and lceral Onjanj and
In Ihliaas I)loae.
For M-lii DiirnirK, Eruption". Tetter, Salt
Rheum. Hlotche. f-pi I iiuile. l"ulnie. llolI,
Cartiunclo, Hlnc-"prn f-naM-llead, Sore Kick,
Erysipelas I'cli ti-ur.. ii--olorailonsof thefekln,
Ilamors and IHfa nf the Skin, of whatever
nine cr naiure. are literaiiv dun up and carried
ost of the cruem la a short time by the use or thee
Bluer. One bottlf in uch cases will cornuic tli
mot incredulous of llirtr curative effects.
Clrantr (lie Vltlntnl lllmiil whenever yon
find lu lmpunucs burrtlns through ihe skin In
Pimples Eruptions r son-s ; cleans It when you
end it otntrui led and fturcUh in the veins; clean w
It when It Is fool : your fwilnir will icll you when.
Keep the blood pare, and tin- health of the system
Grnii rul Tlinimaiul proclaim VisroAl: Hit
Tins the mov. irocWfu' Invigorant that ever sus
tained the slnltn2 i-vfti-tiu
Pin. Tnpr.nnil ntlirr AVornn, lurVIn? In
the ijt'.em of w many Ui'-asanu. arocirectiully
destroyed nnd removed. ai a Ulftlnpulshcd
phif-lolosUl: There It M-areclyan Individual ou the
face of me earth whoc oomj i exempt from the
presence of warms. U H ml upon the healthy
clement" of the tody ihat wona exW, but upon
the Ulscied boni' rs . c 1 s.. . di ponu that breed
these Uvlni! monsters ol ii-H-ae. No sjnteru of
medicine, do tcnalfuitc, no authclmlulilcs. U1
tree the system from worms UVc the lilucra.
Merliniilml lilTntr. Persons encaged In
i-aiau ana iincraLv ucn u riumoern, Type
tetters, Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they udvauco
In life, are subject to r-ar&lisis of the liowels. To
troard acalnsl this. laVe a dote of Walkeh's Vi
eoR iimcBS twice a week.
Dllloua, Itruilttl-lit. mid Iiiteriiilttent
Fever, which arc ho prevalent In the valleys of
oar trrcat nvcrs throcchoat the I nlied States,
espectally those of Uie Mississippi, Ohio. MKsonrl,
Illinois. Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas. lied,
Colorado. ISrazo. Rio Urande, IVarL Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Iteanoke, James, and many
others, with their vast iribmane. throuchont our
entire country darin; the hummer and Autnmn,
and remarkably to durlni; seasons of unusual heat
and drrnrw. are Invariably accompanied by eaten,
tjve derangements or the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a
pnrsitlve.ejertlnff a powerful InOucncc upon these
varlotu onraas ts eacUai:y necessary. Thre Is
ao catharucfor the purpose equal to lin. J. v'alc
ie" ViNcoot Crrrriu', as they will fpcdlly
remove the dark-colored viscid matter with which
the bowels are loaded, at the same time stimulating
the stcreUons of the liver, and cenerally restoflnir
the healthy functions of the dipestlt e organs.
Scrofula, or KIiik' II, White ftwelllttt.
Clcen. Kryspeias, swelled Seek. Goitre, Scroruloas
InSimmatlons, Indolent InSammatlooji, Mercurial
Aflections, Old Sire. Eruptions of the Skin. Sore
Fjts,eic-, etc In these as lu all other couotlt-j-tional
Piseascs. Waikeh's Vi.srosn Uim:rj have
ebown their great coram c powers in tho inou
otxtlnale and lntractab;e cart.
Dr. Walker' CallfnrliU Vlnrcar Hit
ter an on ad thee cases in a similar manner.
Uy purlJylns the Blocul they remove the eauw. and
by resollnp away the eCect-s of tho Inflammation
(the tubercular deposit") .Uic affected parts receive
health, and a permanent cure Is effected.
The irojitrtle of Dk. Walker's Tineoak
Bitters are Aperient. Diaphoretic, Carminative,
NuirlUous, Laxative, Oluretic, Kcdatlve. Counter
Irrtuuit, Sudorific. Alterative, and Antl-lUllou.
The Aperient and mild laxative properties
of Da. WALECh'a YiMiQAR HirTEiis are the best
aafe-euard In cases of eruptions aud rnallirnant
fevers. Their balsamic, l.eallnir, and soothlnn pro
peril ea protect the humors of tho fauce. Their
Sedative properties allay pain In the nervous sys
tern, stomach, and bowels, from Inflammation,
wind, colic cramps, etc
Tlitlr Coiinlrr-Iri limit Influriire ex
tends throuchont the system. Their Anti-HIHous
properties stimulato tho liver. In the secretion of
bile, and Its discharges throneli the biliary ilncts,
and are superior to all remedial agents, fur the ctirn
of unions fever, J'eyer and Ague, etc
Fortify the huily ii(,-alnl illenv by
purifying all Us nulds Willi iM:u.m llirrEus. No
epidemic can take hold of a system thus fore-armed.
Direction. Take of tho Hitters on polng to
lied at night from a half to one and one-half wine
glassful. Eul pood nourishing food, such na beef
steak, inuttou t-bop, veulsou, roat beef, and ege
tallies, and take out-door exercle. They uro
oomposed of purely vcgetahlo lugrcdleuts, uud
coDialu uo spirit.
it. ii. McDonald a. to.,
Drugirlsts and Gen. Agts.. san rranclwi, Oal., i
cor. of WaslUngtou and Charlton bts., N. V.
bOLU I1Y ALL IlKCGGlSTS &, DEALERS.
tfiat "picco" will iodio day handle a gray
... . . 4 hi. . I
grooso (uill witu lar moro ai-uuy una
to bettor purpoio than ho oer could
handle tho weights of tho grocer's scales,
and moro gracefully far than ho could ovor
tlo tea, coffee or sugar Into packages for
urchins with running nocs, who say1
" l'loaso, thoir, I want a stick of candy."
In this citv on Momlnv, tho 19lh init.,
after a few hours illncs, of congestion of
tho brain, dot. isainuridgu Taylor, agcu J.i
Funoral services will bo held on "Wednes
day, tho 21st Inst., at 10 o'clock, a.m. at
his Into residence, which his frionds aro
invited to attend.
Invigorating both mind and body. They are easy
nf ,imini.iratlnn.romit In their anion, certain
in their results, safe and reliable in all forms or
o I'rrsnn ran take tlirsr Illttrni accord
ing to direction, aud remain long unwell, pro Idcd
their bones arc not destroyed by mineral iolon
cr other mean, and tho Hal organs wasted beyond
the potnt of repair.
Diiiif pla or ltidlcellon. lleadvhe. Tain
In the shoulders. Coughs Tightness of the Chot.
IHiilnrss, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, llad
Taste in the Mouth, llilloti Attack', l'alpitatlon or
the Heart, lniiammstiou of the Lungs. I"aln In the
region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
Jmptoms,arclhcoaprlncorllp P'la. Intheso
romplaluts it has uo iijuaI, hLd one bottle will
firove a better guarantee of lis merits than n
For Female t'oiiiplnltit. In joutic it old.
roamed or single, at tu-diwnct womanhood, or
the turn of life, thesn Tonic Bitters display o de
cided ao Influence that a marked improvement Is
raanuimtorynnd Chronic III,,,,. T,IE WUcno at Unity on Saturday,
matUm and Gout, ivnep-ia it Indigestion, Iiu- will be n big thine In tho Grce'ov nnd
lous. Ilemltlcnt nnd lntenulttent Keers. Diseases " ,"..
of the lilool. liver. Kidnejs and madder. Uiee urown line. Tho Hons. Geo. H Wall
Blttcis have been most s'loceMrai. rn uieaes nnd AVm .T Allnn nnd r ,i, ,
n, i,r iiimmI niood. whlrh I. reiifrallr nnu ' '" ' Alien, anil somo of tho sraal
ici- oi taiKcrs win do present on tlio
occasion to convince tho multitude that
they ought to o'chew tho evils of Grant
ism. Tin: heat of yesterday and Monday
was intciibo. The sun Warned down with
his most scorching rays, and umbrellnlcs
pedestrians suffered untold miseries
"Ob, for h lodgo in a garden of cucumbers!
Ob, for nn iceberg or two at control! AVo
faint wo faint we aro resolved to melt,
;nw ana resolve ourselflnto a duw
Tin: Arabs will indtilgo in tho luxury of
an anniversary ball, September d, nnd
sinco they havo determined to build a fine
engine house, wo nro euro every citizen
should buy n ticket, whether ho goes or
stays away, l'atrorlzo tho boys. They
ara energetic and merit tho countenanco
and encouragement of tho public.
Thk causo of tho lato J. 15. Taylor's
death was oxposuro to tho hot sun of
Monday morning. Uo bad been in tho
habit of carrying an umbrella in going to
ana from Ms office, but on Mondnv morn
ing tho hottest morning of tho season
lie went to hi father's houso throuirh tho
hot sun and up and down the avenues
and levco without an umbrella. Conges
tion of tho brain and death was tho result.
Mil. John IMIeloy returned homo last
Sunday, and left again for Sbawnectown
yesterday. Uo represents tho Greeley
fooling of Shawneetown as all that fancy
pictures it a right hearty movement in
tho direction of victory. Mr. Uoley says
ho ha3 no doubt that tho Llborals and" Kail
icals will stand fast by tho Itcv. T. J.
Shores if ho should be determined to speak
for Greeley in Sbawnectown, but ho does
not knew what the Grant negroes would
bo tempted to do.
'Squmr. Shannessy has listond to our
pleading tones assuring him that men be
ing roasonablo must get drunk wo hopo
this may not under mino our well-known
reputation for sobriety and deals as
gently with a drunken man as u careful
person deals with a new laid egg. There
fore it was that Chas. Clark, who was
drunk, (you hot!) was lined by his honor
only 1. "Why should a man suffer In his
purso because ho is the slavo of appetite
a sort of human hog ? AVhoro is tho cor
respondent who will answer in this quos-tlon?
ATTENTION, CITY OFFIOKK3 1
All membors of tho citv council and all
olUccrs of tho city, cithor electivo or ap
pointed, aro requested to meet at tho storo
of K. AV. Uudor this morning at 0J
o clock, to attend in a body tho funoral of
Joseph ilainbridgo Taylor, our lato City
Treasurer. Uy order of tho city council
M.J. Uowley, City Clerk.
ATTENTION, MEM1IEKS OP THE
U1SMAHK 11 UN I).
Tho members of tho llismnrk llund arc
hereby requested to moot at tho Uui.LK-
ti.v office, at 9 o'clock this a. m., to nttend
tho funeral of our late brother J. Ilain
bridgo Taylor. Uy order of
II. Myeks, l'rcsidont.
Jxo. "V. TarES!", Sccrotary.
ATTENTION, HOUGH AND HEADY
Tho mombors of tho Hough nnd Heady
Firo Company nro requested to attend tho
funeral of our lato brother, Joseph Bain
bridgo Taylor, this Wednesday)
morning at 9 o'clock, in full uniform.
John II. Oiierly, Pros
Cakl L. Thomas, Sec'yjiro tern.
Tho brothers of Alexander Lodgo 1. O
O. P., No. 122-1, aro requested to meet at
their hall this (Wednesday) morn
tag at 0 o'clock, to attend tho funeral of
their lato brother, Joseph Dainbridgo
Taylor, from his lato residence, at 10
o clock. A. CoMi.vns, Secretary
KEGULAH CAlltO. l'AlU'CAU .t EVANS-
villi; m-:.mi-wi-:khi.y u. s.
The. Fast and Elegint 1'a'irnf er Hleamer
Jack Giiammkii, Master.
J.'D. TllOMAb, Clerk.
EST Leave Cairo lor Puiliienli nnd Evans
ville, every Thursday and Sunday rvciiinj.',
at 0 o'clock, connecting ut KvniiMillu with
the Louisville and Cincinnati packets. For
freight or pas-apo apply to
Jajil-s IliiiGij Pas-cni'cr Ag't.
ItEGL'LAH CAll!O.PAi)'CAH .V EVANS
V1LLE SEMMVEEKIYV PACKE'J'.
The line Pnengcr Packet
iNlgu:y lluim .
tST'IM cs Cairo for Paducah and Evan
v fiFevcry '1 ues-lay and rrl.lay oveiiln t (1
o'clock, ror fn-kdit or n-,. .,.. ......u ....
l,nnl-.l ,,rtn ' u"
Jamks lliOGn,Patingfr As't.
UEGULAK CAIKO AND EVANSVII.LE
SEMI-WEKKI.V MaII. LINE PA UK in'.
The line low prcSMirc l'a-.eiigi-r Packet
W. JJ. PENNINGTON.. ia,tt.r
jSTLcaves Cairo ew-ry "SVtduewlay and
Saturday evening ut o o'. lock, for J'adueab
and Evan.vJlle. 1-or freight or iia.a"i. Un.
lily on board or to r
OAIBO AND MOUND CITY
Will mak three trips daily.
At 11......." -
iikuo storiD cur
At ;:o... a.m
At liJO ....p m
At .Hi, ...MMp.ra
Mu. 'NVni. Murphy is ono of those un
fortutinlo human beings who nro constant
ly getting out of ono difficulty into
anothur out of tho frying pan into tho
lire. Sometimo ago ho got drunk as
Uacchtis nstrldo his tun tho common Ilg
uro nnd got into tho calabooo, from
which he was releasod Monday nii'lit.
On Tuesday morning ho nppoartd beforo
'Squiro Shannessy on tho charge of being
uruiih again, an oiionso against sec. 75 of
Ordinanco COO, and was promptly iiuod
SI and costs. Tho gentlo hearted City At
torney stayed oxeeution on condition th.it.
he, tho unfortunate "William would leavo
tho city Instantly. Uo did.
The nows of tho death of tbo late J. 11
iaylor created a profound sensation
throughout tho city. Ho was woll-known
tp almost overy man, woman and child In
Cairo, nnd nono knew him but to entertain
toward him feelings jt friondship. Ho
wns a good-hearted, kind younir man. and
his remains will bo followed to tho gravo
oyn nost orirlcnds who will mount his
sudden and untimely death as a sore visit
ation of Providence, and minglo their re-
rets sorrowfully with the moro intense
misery of his bereaved wlfo and children,
futher, mother and only surviving sistor.
His famlliur form will bo seen no moro up
on our strcots, his rhcerful voice bo
beard ngaln not in lifo, and his many
very many good qualities of head and
heart bo lost forever to society and tho
world. Hut this It tho end of all men,
anu unto the decrees of Fate let us bow
A.v outrageoiib'.y impudent clork bad tho
" face " to write to The Bulletin that
he didn't like to work from 6" o'clock a.m.,
until 10 o'clock p.m., when it was a de
monstrable fact that all tho goods sold In
a grocery store between liulf-tmst 7 and
10 would not pay for the gas consumed,
and that ho would like, if hocould, to have
an agreement entered into be
tween tho grocors to closo nt
hult-past 7 o'clock. For this l10
nloui offense the clerk's employer dis
charged him 1 Tho employer ought to bo
somewhat ashamed of himself. Ho should
rather have encouraged tho boy to set
that lance of his again and rush at other
windmills; and he should not have over
looked tho fact, that the boy who wrote
Tho members of tho Hibernian Firo
Company are requested to moot at their
engine house at 9 o'clock a. m., in full unl
form, to attend tho funeral of tho lato
J. llninbridge Taylor. Hy order of
"WM. McIIalk, Pres.
M. J. How ley", Sec'y.
Major Wood, of tho O. & V. road, in
forms us that work along the lino is pro
Iron is being laid down from Mound
City north. Tho llrst spike was driven
tho other day by Mr. X. W.Casey. At
inconncs tbo iron is being laid down
south; and nt Carmi and Eldorado north
Two trains run now daily between
Carmi and Hochester, a passenger and
construction train, tho distance being
Four hundred and soventy-flvo feet of
tho tunnel were llnished on Saturday
night, leaving four hundred nnd twenty
11 vo foot to bo finished. A largo forco is
at work on tho tunnel, day and night, nnd
it is believed it will bo completed, so that
trains mny pass through by tho loth of
This is tho great obstaclo now in tho
way of tho contractors, but they know how
to brush such impediments out of the way
by a plentiful uso of muscle and monoy.
It is belioved that the wholo lino will bo
flnishod, so that trains may pass fron Cairo
to Vincennes by tho 1st of Novomhor, and
it is a cortainty that tho road will bo com
pleted not lator than tho middlo of Do-combor.
Steamer John Kyle, St. Louis,
" uity oi tjumcy, flow Urloans.
11 Dcxtor, Ht. Louis.
" Grand Lako. Now Orleans.
" Julia, Vicksburg.
" Motlio Hngon, Louisville.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
" Mary Alico, Now Orleans.
" City of Chostor, St, Louis.
Stcnmer John Kyle, Now Orleans.
" City of C;ulney, St. Louis.
" Doxter, New Orleans.
" Grand Lake, Louisville.
" Julia. St. Louis.
11 Molllo Hagon, Louisville.
11 Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
" Oily of Chcitor, Momphls.
" Mary Alico, St. Louis.
1110 MUDDY COAL
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with cither lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable-
terms upon application.
H, V. Olypiiakt,
D. A. Hokee, Gcn'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
1IOATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tho lino passenger steamer Illsmarck
leaves for Memphis, Vicksburg and Now
Orleans this evening at 10 o'clock. Tito
Hello Memphis backs out at 0 o'clock this
evoning for Memphis, Vicksburg nnd all
way landings. Tho good steamer Lu
Clair is the regular Evansville packet
leaving for Evansvillo and all way points
on tho Ohio river this ovening at 0 o'clock.
Captain llrown backs out his pet packet
Jim. Flsk, Jr. this evening for Paducah
and all way points. Tho passenger tug
Cncho makes three daily trips to Mound
CONDITION 01' THE RIVERS.
Tho littio rise in tho Ohio, nt this point,
continues nt a very slow rate. At Cincin
nati tho Ohio is rising slowly. Tho -Mis-
sissippi is rising with 7J feet to St. Louis.
Cumberland river is again rising at Pitts
burg. Tho Monongahela i receding
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Considerate business was dono at both
landings yesterday. Tonnage was plenty
nnd freights wero in demand. Tho clear
and hot weather continues. No rain yet
Tho steamer J. U. Johnson, was at
tacked at this port for dobt on last Mon
day morning but was released yesterday
and left immediately for St. Louis.
The big steamers John Kylo and Dex-
tor filled out their trips and left last even
ing with all they wanted. Capt. John T,
McCord.lato clork of tho Hichmond, com
mands the Dexter.
Tho Henry Ames took a full barge
Tho chimneys of tho Tyrono wero
placed in position yesterday and will not
be likely to fall again.
Tho Mollio Hagon brought out a good
reshipping trip; part of it went on
Tho Grand Lako had three emptv
barges in tow. She will probably not be
ablo to go any highor than Evansvillo on
accouut of tbo low wator.
The Dexter took 200 tons of coal at this
place. That is business.
Tho Mary Alico brought up a large tow
of empty barges.
Tbo City of Chester camo In on timo
bringing a fair load, and .made additions
Wo bohold the handsorao "phiz" of our
old friend Bon Huntor, on the streets yes
Tho Julia camo up from below light,
Sho received a big lot of St. Louis freight
Tho Mary Alico goos up tho Mississippi
river until alio meets tho Atlantic, takes
hor tow and roturns to Now Orleans, after
tilling out hero.
FIVE BOLLAKS JiUWAJiD.
On hit Saturday Evening, a Gold Sleeve
Huttnn. Supposed to havo been dropped In
Harry AValkor'n llilllard Saloon. A reward
of Five Dollar will lio paid (be Under on
returning ihe same to the Bulletin Office.
HOSS' LIME, CEMENT AND COAL
On Commercial avonuo, foot of Elovonth
strcot, Mr. Boss still continues to deal ex
tonslvoly in limo, cement, plaster parls.
plastoring liuir, otc, nlso DnQuoin. Mar
ion nnd Soutorn Illinois coal at from
20 00 to $30 00 per car load.
Tho ordinanco In regard to horses nnd
mules running at largo In tho city limits,
and persons soiling goods on Sunday, will
oo vigorously enforced from and after this
date. Cairo, HI., August 18th 1872.
L. II. Myers,
Chief of Police.
Monday Evening, August 10, 1872,
Tho general dullness prevailing in tho
markets nil ovor tho country nt tho pres
ent tlmo, continues unbrokon bore, nnd
wo can odor no encourngomcnt to ship
pers. Grain continues In groat ahund
nnco considering tho demand. He
ports from Now Orleans nnd Memphis
civo dull markets, with Oats nnd Corn de
clining in prices. Flour alono seems to
hold its own ; this staplo Is hold firmly and
prices aro looking up.
Tho Hay market is good for choice
grades, but common Is unsaleable ; wo do
not adviso correspondents to ship any
thing lower than good Timothy or choice
Country produce is in fair domand.
The weather has boen Tory hot ; to-day
has boon ono of tho hottest of tho sea
son. Correspondents should bear in
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from first hands, tinloss
othorwise stated, and that in filling small
ordors higher prices must bo paid.-TSa
FLOUR. Market firm, and prices on
medium and best grades havo nn upward
tendency; very little doing in brands bo-
ow a cood XX. Wo note sales In tho
genoral mnrket of 300 bbls now XXX on
track at $7 25; 200 bbls good super on
track at i 76 ; 60 bbls Fino on track at
$1 00; 100 bbls In lots nt $0 C0(u $8
76; 305 bbls various grades at 5-5 00(2,8
76; and 160 bbls various grades, on order
at $5 00$'J 00. Sales to-day by City
Mills were 60 bbls "Whlto "Wheat Family
at f8 AO; 150 bbls XXXX nt S8 00;
75 bbls XXX at S7
60; and 100 bbls low XXX at $7 00.
HAY. Choice Timothy finds ready
salo on arrival at quotations. Hates of
freights to Moinphis havo been increased
00 cents on tho ton sinco last week, wo
note sales of 1 nd 3 cars, strictly choice
Timothy delivered at $20 00; 1 car choice
Mixed delivered at $18 00, 1 car Timothy
del $10 00 and 1 car gilt-edgod Timothy at
$21 00 del.
COHN. The markot is well supplied
and dull; prices rulo lower. Thcro Is no
demand for mixed, aud sales of whito aro
to satisfy tho local and order demand.
"Wo hoard of good whlto being offered
to-day at 4&46 in bulk on track and no
WHITE COHN. 1 Car sold in sacks
dol at 65 cts, 2 cars in bulk on track
fsold early) at 48 cts, 2 cars do at 47
cts, and 2 cars on orders sold at 67(2,68 its,
OATS. Dull. Tho supply is iargly in
sxeess of tho demand, very fow selling
Prices rule about tho samo as last repor
ted. 1 Car in sacks delivered, Southern
Ills., sold at SO cts, 1 car and 3 cars do in
bulk on track at 24 cts, and 200 sacks del
brought 31 cts.
COHN MEAL. Very quiet with un
changed prices. We note sales of 100
bbls Kiln Dried, del. at (2 86; 4 cars
Steam Dried, del. at $2 80; 150 bbls
Steam Dried, on orders at $2 90(?3 00;
100 bbls.,'in lots, on orders, at $3 00; 200
bbls., City Mills, Steam Dried, " Eyening
Star," at 2 903 00.
PROVISIONS. Scarce and un
changed, no sales to report.
BUTTER. Strictly choice is in activo
demand at quotations. Tho market is
slocked with n common nrticlo that is un
saleable. 10 pkgs choico sold nt
EGGS. Fresh aro scarco and sell
readily at 12 Jo. Sales wore 12 pkgs frash
at 12 Jc, and 4 pkgs of tho old stock at
FRUIT. Plenty nnd dull; not enough
selling to establish quotations.
CHICKENS.-Quiot. Young are
worth $1 602 f0, and old liens sell at
Our Home Advertisers.
COMHtRMIOIK AND rOBWAHIUNO.
Cement, Plaster Paris,
NO. 1 1 (IHIO I.llVKK. t'.NIIl'.It f'lTV NATION'.
tSTVov ' the Dlirnon' or liiillilliur nn
wholesale trade in Cairo, I will fell to deal,
era and contractors III lots of AO barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo, August l.'l, 1872.
Our Homo Advertisers.
IN TWENTY YEAJIS,
THE BALE Or
MILLER & PAUKElt,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ron FAIRUANK'S SCALES
Ohio l.uveo, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(BuccFison to K. H. llenilrlcits A Co,)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Adtanccmonta m'lo
upon Consignment. tStJI
Arx prepared to receive, atom anil lorwa.nl
freight to all point Rod mj ami
ell on coromlaaign,
tWIliulne allendet to prnmptlri
Z. 1). MATIIUHW.. K. C.UIIL
MATIIUSS & UHL,
C O M M I S S I ON M F. R C HANTS
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
SO. M OHIO I.EVEK.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Huccessors loStratloo, lluiltonA Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee. Cairo, Illinois
General Commission Merchan
183 OHIO LEVEE,
HAS INCREASED 800 PER CENT.
SOLD I 3ST 1871.
250,000 Are in Daily Usb
DOING MORE WORK,
DOINO IT HETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT CHEAPER,
DOING IT CLEANER,
DOING IT EASIER
And with greater atlfitrtlon and saving of
lahor than any Stove In list1.
fOI.II JIV KXCKL810R MANU'ro. COMPANY,
Wholeule Dealer in all klul of TINNKItV
HTOCIC i aail hjr all live Utote Dealers, like
O. W. HENDERSON,
i-j-j nmmtrciii Aifnuf
. . ILLS.
' vHH!iTt '
VT. 31. Williams, Jas. Kinslky,
Ute of VickburK, Mm. Late ol Cin'tl.J
W. M. AVILLIAMS & CO.,
SPKOIAL RAILROAD, StEAMHOAT AND
KonwAnniNo and commission
C.'., OHIO LEVEE,
City Nntlounl Bank Bullttlnir.
aaJjpeclal attention paid to orders Irom steam
boat nmiit oriUr
Ills, ckntiial II. It. Co. )
A(ft' olllic, Cairo Aug. 1U, 1&72.
lo persons wishing to attend the
National Democratic convention, to bo
held at Louisville Ky., Tuosday Sept. 3d
we will sell excursion tickets to Odin and
return at one uud one fifth faro, for the
round trip. Sale of tickets will commence
August -'8tli, mid discontinue on depar
ture of evening train on September 2d and
will bo food to return until September
James Johnson, Agent.
Goorge, tho barber, whoso shop
is on Commercial avenue, between Eight
centh and Nineteenth strcots. Ho is a
smooth shavo, a good shampooer, a good
joker, has a lino lot of toilet artlcios, clean
towels, cuts hair In tho lutes, stylo, keeps
sharp razors and scissors, and a clear
conscience. Oo and loau back in that
elegant barber chair and try him.
If you would be healthywoallhy and
wise, indulgo In tho Liberal Catawba
Wines, which can always bo had, cool and
sparkling, at the Thalia saloon, tf
MESSRS. OOLDSTINE & HOSENWA
TEH'S DRV GOODS ESTABLISHMENT.
On visiting tho abovo establishment, on
Commercial avenue, hetweon Eighth and
Ninth strcots, wo found the firm busily
ongagod in sotting in ordor thoirnow add!
tion 25 fcot by 25 which makes a lino
addition to their successful business,
They nro gotting ready now to show what
thoy can do m tho way of dry goods at
low prices, against tho early autumn
Thoy aro receiving Now Stocks ovorv
day, consisting in part of dress goods of
tho latest patterns, ready niado clothine
hats, caps, domestics, otc. Thoy havo pur-
cuaseu ana continue to purchase in tho
eastern market, of first hands for cash, and
are, consequently, prepared to soil at tho
lowest possible pneo for tho samo.
Quick sales and small profits, and goods
unsurpassed in quality aDd texture. They
desire to take this opportunity to return
public thanks to Mr. C. Hanny for pormis-
sion so kindly grautcd to make uso of and
pass through thoir roar premises.
NEW EXCITEMENT AT THE EX
F. Illankciiberg wishes to announco to
his frionds and patrons that ho has suc
ceeded in engaging Prof. Wilhracht or
St. Louis, ii lino pianist, who will amuso
tho lovors of music with a selection of
charming pieces on tho piano. Every
body it- invited to tho Excelsior, corner
of 14th streot and Washington avenuo.
Caution. Every gonuino box of Dr
McLean's Livor Pills boars tbo signature
of Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., and
their privato U. S. stamp. "Tako no
other." Tho market is full of imitations.
H is tho popular vordict that pooplo who
havo boon accustomod to tho uso of Bitters
and Cordials aro obliged, oventually, to ro
sortto MoLean's Liver Pills for nermanon
PLASTERING HAIR. 35c J bushel.
LIME. In lots at $1 25 "ft hbl.
CEMENT. At wholesale $2 00
2 25 bhl.
WHEAT. Tho prices to-day, reported
by tho City Mills, are, No. 1 Whito
$1 40; No. 2 Whito, $1 30; No. 1 Red,
SI 30 j No. 2 Red, $1 25; Mediterranean,
$1 20. Damp or tough wheat Is unsalea
ble. SACKS. Rcsowcd Gunnies 1810J
Corn Burlaps, 2J Bus. Ea, 18 cts. Im
proved Gunnies, 2 J Bushel, 21 cts. Oats
Burlaps, 5 Bushol 23 cts. Cotton seam
less bai;s, 35 to 38 cts each.
POTATOES A: ONIONS. Nothing
uoing, nnu no quotations can lio given.
TEAS Imperial, 750,1 US; (iunpow
Young Hyson, 61 00($1 -10.
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John I). Chilli,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
COFFEE .lava. '-WSJMn. Ln"itnvr:i. 2.V
juu, j iiiuo (o uuoice, .. to hoc.
ler, 75ft1 '-; Oolonir Black, 75(5,1 00;
LARD Ucllnod, in tierces to. 1( o 101c. ;
In keg, "rl " 11 to 12c.
HAMS. Sugar Cured, canvacd, V lb,
17 to 18c. Shoulders Bacon Sic; Clear
Miles llacon, 10c; Breakfast Bacon, 12ji
CHEESE. Nun York Factory, new, 3 lb
14 to 15c.
BROOMS. Common House "J3 dozen, ?1
50 ; Choice lo Extra, t3 00&3 75 ; S. B. t-4 50
BEES WAX, fUb. 10c.
SOAP. Schacller'n German mottled,
7Je; Champaign i-oap, 7Jc.
TALLOW, V lb 7c.
SUGAR New Orleans Prirao to Choico
Tltbll&12o; CoIleoA. l'Jj to 1.1c. ; Cnn-heil
ami Powdered, 14J tol5e.; Granulated, It j to
SYRUPS Choice gallon, 85cQ?l 00
New Orleans "OSJc.
SEEDS. Millet "H lnisliel. di on : Tlmiitliv
fJl 50. '
FREIGHT. m'Pmv. ryitnm-nkkM in
Nkw York, 65c.; to Bosion SI 00. Un
compressed, to .m:w YORK, 81 14; tOJIOS
ION, f 1.
FREI GHT TO MEMPHIS. Flour, 25c.
Hay, vl-50; Corn r3 cwt., 15c; Oats, 15c;
VI 1,1.1 OV- . ....lo 'OH,. .' '
V "uj, . kiii'im, , j wi rv
35. ; Whiskey DOc. ; Lumber, 31. $7 00.
neavy ireigut f,s cwi.,irc
Whlkkev. 75c. ! Hav
cwt.. lion. OiitH. ale. : Tobacco W hhd-
U 00 ; Cotton ii bale, $1 50 ; Lumber M,
$10 00. Heavy freight, cwt. 20c.
i NEW ORLEANS. Flour 'f hbl. 35c,
:oe., 35c,; Apples, 35c; Pork, No.;
key, 75c. ; Hay "fcl ton, (I 00 ; Coji
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
Stanley Brown, Capt.
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted),
at 4 a.m. For freight or passage apply pa
board or. JanStt
FORWABDINC and COMMISSION
M Kit VII A NTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
Aud Agent of
OHIO RIVKK AND KAMAWIIA
70 Ohio Levee,
BEERWART, 0RTH & CO.
130 COMUERCUL AVENUI, CAIRO, ILL.
STOVES, TIN "WARE, HOLLOW ,
"W I IRj IB OLOTH
for Window hcreeni,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADBf.ila
Ac, Ac &c.
CRADLES, &c, &c.
Alio manufacturer of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Copper Ware
bole Agents for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric'h Moveable Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
fCANTLIN & COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted b. mirw euro lor mnlclng chlmnU
On Eighth Btreet, heKreen Commercial and W.li
nuton Avenue, I dally recelvlnc
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST SriUNO AND HUMMKR STYLEf. "
llesidc a lull line of
jBoasnsnErae & hats
(Trimmed and untrimmed,
FRENCH FLOWEltS. BIBBUN3, TRIMMINGS
of all kind, Laces, etc.. etc.
Mrs. McGea ha also a large assortment o
Fancy Article, audi a
NECK TIM. COLLARS. UNDER3LEEVE3,
BUFFS, HASHES, KANB.J
And all other articles uiuallr found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. Mcfine, In addition to her stock of Fanojr
and Millinery Onoda, ha a line and complete
aorlment ol Cincinnati Custom Mad Ladies
and Mliseo' Bhoe and Chlldrens' HooU, Blaclc
and in Color. These are acknowledged w be
the (Incut and best shoe in the market, and this
the only place in tho city that make them a
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Stroot, hotwoon Washington
and Commercial Avonues,
Is recelvlug dally now Invoices of
Of every description, and at Pains to Beit th
THK LATEST STYLES OP
8PRINO AND SUMMER GOODS,
HATS, RIB RON 8,
LACES OP ALL KIND
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLSETC.
Together with all tne other art ojei kept In
rirsvuiaii nunnery ana Trimming pigre. jo
oe sold at the very lowost flaur.
SMPCiH ftnd u kar. No tronhl la aha