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CAIRO DAILY HUlihlSTlN, FRIDAY, MAY 9, W73
PaMfMtloa MBc, Bnlletta nnlldln
LOCAL WEATHER KCPOIIT.
U. 8. Sio. SkrOhskmrr's Opricr.
Cairo, May 7, Is73, lo-.tl p.iu
Thermometer CI deprccs.
Weather light rain.
Maximum tcmpcrturr lat 21 hours, at
4 p. m., 09 decree.
Minimum temperature, last 24 hour, at
0 k. m., 10 degrees.
irTlllng wind last 21 hours, oiilhwet.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
24 hour, 1U.
ToUl rainfall In Inches, 0.41.
DAVID W. IIAH.NKTT. Observer.
Immediately, two experienced hoy-catchers.
Good wages paid. None lull experienced
handi need apply. Inquire at the clerk's
ottcc, of Wm. McIIai.i:,
ftU Chief of I'lillcc.
Moscovlct li cllin off at cost. fW! It.
Fifty thousand envelopes; Just received at
the UULLETlNofflce. tt
Envelopes furnished and jirlntcd at the
Bulletin OrriCB t W to W per thousand
3-29 tf .
Genuine Emmthalcr, Swiss cheese nt
Charlie Weber's, at tho Casino saloon, on
Eighth street. 5-s" (it.
Selling off at cost at Moscovici.'. C-2 f.
Henry Gilchrist, a young colored mm,
who llted In this city lor nuny years, died n
lew daya since, near Vtcksbuiy, on hoard a
iteamhoat bouud for New Orleans.
The Burnett steam cooking vcsel, tho
National American and Epicure broilers,
the Dudley spiral irate and door spring, nt
lUllcy's, 1(3 Washington avenue. 4-21 Iuj.
The place to buy wall p.ijur and window
hades is.So.'JSevcntli street, opposite Win
UrU block, where you can buy cheaper
than any place In the city. II. Ahlk. tl
The following are the olllcers of Lincoln
lodge, No. 5, colored ni.vons ot this city:
W. T. Scott, W. M.5 II. Millth, S. !.; Jc.hu
Bedford, J. W.; S. Bradley, Treasurer, and
H. U'iiryan, Secretary.
The mosquitoes, kn.it,, ulc, bus and
bumblo bees, are coming', so prepare your
elf by covering vonr ivlmlmf uin. "...I-..
cloth from llallcy's ; oil can sleep without
bin. and dine without lllc. 4-21 lm.
We call attention to the card ol Messrs.
Thorns & Bro., wholesale Krucets. These
icntkmen succeed Mr. II. M. llulen in the
irrocery business. nni win i... rn,,.i
ol the patronage ol all tvlioiuay give Mm u
The great Chicago .how, museum, meting,
ene and circus, nlli exhibit in this clly
Monday, the 19th liit, 'J'hc Chicago show
Is a uuuitnoth concern, and tho entertain-meat-given
by them h much superior to the
geueral run of travelling circuses.
F. M. Ward is now mcparcd to deliver the
bestol sawed and split hli kory wood to anv
part of tho city. AUo all km.ii.ol wood anil
uu uunu. Leave orders at bis
omce. corner s;.,,......i. ..,
metclal avenue. y.-jj jf
The grand lodge of the nutoulc order
(colored) will meet at Bellctillo on June is
A number of the members of Lincoln lodge,
-No, 6,ot this clly, contemplate atlendlinr,
aud uu effort will be made to have the next
meeting ol the grand lodge held In thl, city.
,ss A special communication ol Cairo
Vlodga So. 217 A. F. and A. M., will be
hew this (Friday) evening ut 7 o'clock,
work in E. a. degree. Veiling brothers
cordially iuvited to atuud.
Per order W. M. B. F. Blaki:, Pcc'y.
Moscovtcs, Washington avenue, near
ienu street, is selllux off at cost. 5-2 tf.
Now stock and new styles of wallpaper
painis. oils, window glass, etc.. etc . at II. F.
Melts' new store, Washington avonuo aud
Eleventh street. Call und see tho latest
atylcs In wall paper beroro purchasing else
where, j. ni.tr
Bird cages, tlowcr baskets, wlro cloth
riddles, taud screen, rakes, hoes, shovels,
pades, spading and hay forks, step und ex
tension ladders, wood pumps and n general
assortment of tinware, stoves and hoiiso fur.
niihintf goods, at llallcy'. 4-'U lin.
It Is tald tho Seidell. Irwlu theatrical
troupe will vl.it this city, during the prccnt
month, and remain one week, commencing
on the evening of the 10th lust. Tho troupe
li, as our people already, know, an excellent
one, and will bo sure to meet with a hearty
welcome upon tho occasion ot their return
to UiU rttv
We aro the olc aiaiu for ilm ..-it., i.r m...
ou s pure cider tlucirar. ...a,l i.u
t Cobdou, Illinois, imt ....
lxtd packagca for family u.c, una every
-w tf. Corrrv, I'aci: A- Co.,
.No. M Ohio i,eec,
II you want good goods at cot,co toJIoi'.
covlcsj Washington avenue, near Tenth
There Is a hotel in tho unner mn ,r n.
city, that can be rented on the mo.t libera)
Unas. The house did a good buslnc. dur
ing the winter, but the proprietor, Mr. W.
W. Wooten, wishing to retire from tho hotel
business, will lease it on very rea.onal.ln
l.nni t.- .. .. . ...
I BW UULU1K in T II I i lllirt fif tlin
try are more wldelv Lnown n...n ,i,
. ( llk( wuuu.
Mr. J. M. Itnil-rivioti itt t .
dealer In dry foods, nali!titou avenuo
between Ninth and Tenth fctreetn. offer liU
wrge ami varied btock of goo I at com,
' H ui UIC L'UUICL'AL n
, aumjuainy ,,u
mil i iir is illklinallus- .f -
are astonishingly low. fall upon him ,
T. . . "-'"" u o ciocK, a u 1 II.
. ---- r . -.. uuuj itice near tup cor.
. ie piioi aim
v , .tvurv, hiiicii came
BIT isnouk V li - . . 1
uiio i,r ill,. fittf.r itT
......... . uimcuny wo
lufuu. 1 1 R f ' im ,r .1 . .....
...... . . . inrues met
, 7 ' ux came 10
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- - - . .mv Kiuui.il
a mu!BU i.n.n nan in. .imiia -. . ....
vmuw xiu'd, uu
ck of tiiem. They paid their dues and
re aiiowea (0 depart.
ANNOUNCEMENT. POLICE MATTEIIS.
We are authorized to announce tlaat Thomas Ketley, Jolin Coif, Patrick Con
Dav Id. I. linker is a candidate for Judge ol ncrand John Gralinin. for getting them-
the Twenty-sixth Judicial circuit. L'l-ctloii j
on Monday, June 2, 1873,
A levee saloon-keeper and
rlllzcn lndutecit In n lioiit at iMtcillls ht
night, TtttnblcM, trays, ple-paii" and pica
were handed back and lourth bctwetii
Hum at a lively rate. Go In, gentlemen, all
such trans ictlon make hiulncsi lot- the
Bill llambtcton, a colored nun. well
known In this clly, wa yctcrday nrrested
by Chlel of l'ollco Mcllalo on a charge of
robbery. Ilamhltt 11 Induced a dsunken
white man to "take a walk" with litm, and
when the pair readied a point outldc tho
lecc,Jtit below I ho St. Charles hotel, Wil
liam proceeded to nilctc his white coin
p.iulnu of ulout all the Wearing apparel hu
had on. The boots and hat he ilcpo-ltcd
with a lex ce saloon keeper for safe keeping.
Ilambkton will hae :i licarlng beloru Hro..s
, number ol young men ol tliN clly 1i:ig
organlod a literary debating club, mid are
iiorf holding weekly meetings, at which cs.
iy, dlrcll-.folis, dcclam.itiiili, etc., arc had.
Hie object ol tho tioclatlon is for ini'iital
Improvement, and the yoiinggcntlemeii who
compose il certainly descne encourage.
mont In their efforts to found a literary n-
elcty among u. At it recout meeting of tlin
club, the following olllcers were elected for
the present tot 111:
President. N. W. Hacker;
Vice-president, C'has. Carpenter;
Secretary, Cl.a. W. W'allc i-;
Treasurer. I.'. W. ThlcllfeKe:
Crllle, I.. .s-lmekers.
The meetings of tho 1 lull are now being
held In the club-rooms at Tim But.t.Ki is.
.Mr. J. C. Illlcls, who for Uu past year mid
a halt lias had charge of Tin: Hl'I.I.KTiN
book bindery, h.u Hiroli ied that establish
-me iiinucry 01 1 111. ihu.li:tin com. ,
utitl will hereafter run It in his own
1 1 I.I. ... f.. .1.1.. ..I...
imm-i. i'iiiiub in- -iFjumii m uu, en f j mat nut very longago, wiirn men wore ar
Mr. Hue has built up for himself a leputu. I reled. their Dockets rilled, and when r.mn.l
tlon a a binder second to no other man In
the state, and wc LcIIkvo we are not stiotcli
lugtiie truth when we say lie has no su
perior anywhere In tliu west. Having
served nn apprenticeship ol tl years in
one of the best book binding establishments
In Germany, and h tvlng had nnny years' ex
perience nt the business In this country, he
must certainly have n good knowledge ol
Ida business. Those who can tell a good Job I
oriiliiuing when they see, will tctlly to his
ability ns it workman. Having' started out
lor himself, he will endeavor to maintain
Hie run of patronage the concern now has,
mid cndeaxir to bring to It all the new cus.
torn ho can. Ills prices will always be rea
sonableas low as the lowest and his woik
warranted to bo equal to that to be obtained
In any city in the country. He solicits a
share ot public patronage, and promises, in
return, fulf aluc for money n.iid him fur
The following Is a complete and correct
list of names of tho aldermen composing; the
several committee of the city council.
Hating been asked what member is chair,
man of tills, that and the other committee,
wo have concluded to publish ull of them:
undadtise any and all persons who may
have business with the council to cut out
this list mid jiasto It In their hat.
COMMITTKK O.V MtlEKTfl JINK biiaiviuk.
Jfchn II. Itobinson, chairman; M. J. .Me.
Gauley, Herman Mejcrs, I". Kor.nieyer and
' I'hillllis, chairman: Wood Rlttun.
house and F. KorMiievcr.
CLUMS AND I'UINTIXO.
Wood ltlttcnhouse, chairman; 0. F. Nellls
and W. 11. Morris.
01IHI.NA.NCES AM) MAKKI'.TS.
W. II. Morris, chairman; 11. lllxby and
John II. ltohlnson.
fOUCK, JAIL AMI 11111! IIIIIMltl.tlE.NT.
II. Meyeis, chairman, J. .M. i'MIIps and
IIOAI'.I) ok iir.Ai.iu.
Tho mayor, chairman; 0. F. Nellls. John
McKwcu, J. M. l'lilllps, M. J. McGaulc and
A rare and beautiful collection of (lowers
at tho Arlington house, now 011 exhibition
aud for sale cheap.
CA1KO AND VINOKNNHS KAIL1IOA1)
'i'ralns now leate ("alio and Mouiid Citvns
Leave Cairo. I.eato Mounil Cilv.
.;l.i u.iii. 7:lua.m.
12 111. 1:13 p.m.
ft:l3p.m, r : a 1 1
Ciiab. O. Woot, Geii'l Ticket Ag't.
In the casunl .Manlcy Cl.ukson s. Thomas
Clarksou, a divorce was granted to tlin com
plaiuaut for the causes stated in her bill,
which was that Thomas was too loud ot
auother, and deserted Mauley lor that other.
Now that they are ditorced, Thomas and
Mauley can marry acso.dlng to their desire.
Hanging baskets and nistle stands may bo
seen at the Arlington house fsr a tew days.
Mrs. Anna Lang on F.lghth.trcot, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, lias
lust opened out u stock of new uud fashion
able millinery goods. She has one hundred
and fifty dltlerent .tylesof hats and bonnets,
beside a large assortment ot ribbons, dow
ers aud notions ol till .oris, till o which wil
bo sold at the lowest prices.
lust received and lor sale, 60 boxes Mill)
oranges aud Iciimis. 1), Ut'lili So.v.
A warm weather Is approaching tho
lot ci 01 Ice cream l be glad to learn that
Mes,r. Smup A-UarUou hat a lltted up and
refurnished, in elegant stjle, their leo cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda lountalii lias
also been put In running order, uud nothing
is wauling about the establishment to make
tho pleasure aud comlort of their patrons
JIl.'ALiil l L FuTwiTli.S.
For a lew day Hiiro will be 011 exhibition
mid lorsale at the Aillngton house a sp!en.
did collection o( llottcrs ol'all kinds. Ladles
liitiled to call.
The Cairo Casino society will give a grand
ball and supper at John ScheelS Washing,
ton Hall, 011 Monday, Juno lt7J. In the
forenoon of that day the society will parade,
dliptuyliig for tliu llrst time a beaiitllul new
silk Hag, It li the object nl tliu committee
appointed to nuke tho piopcr arrangements
that till, ball shall bo 0110 of the grandest
ever fit en In the city. 6-7.lit
Ladles, call and see the hanging baskets
and rustic Hotter stands at tliu Arlington
hoiuo. They haveju.t urrlted from Nash
vllle, snd excel anything of tho kind ever
offered for sale In this cltv.
selves around the. outside of too milch blue
blazc. wcro vesterdnv before his honnu
Judge Itro-s. Fines ranging from 0110 to
three dollars were nscsed agalii't them.
Ono or two paid anil the iel went to the
I.'dward ltohlnson. for stealing eah to the
amount of about twodoll.ir Hum John lly
laiid, was sent to Jail under bond or $130.
lie will bo tiled at the iicst term of the
li II. Myers, rx-ehlefol police, was ar
rested night before l.it on 11 warrant charg
ing 1 1 1 tti with nssiiulilug r.ml striking mic
John Kelly, while he Kelly was a prisoner
In the hands ol Myers, Not loss than half a
do.'ii witnesses were suolli on dlher side,
and tliti uUdciirc lor and agilut was so
evenly balanced that It was illillciill In niinc
toany colielllsloli astotbc guilt or Innocence
of .Mr. Myers. However, wo liato been In-
1 formed by those In whom wo and the publle
haxo perleet eontldeiiec, that Mr. Myers did
strike Kelly, and without cause or provoca
tion; that Kelly was so drunk a to bo per
fectly helpless, and unable to gUe offense
enough to warrant .Myers in striking him.
On tho other hand wo hive burn told by
equally good authority that Myers did lint
,trlke Kelly, that ho only "pushed Kelly
hard enough to make him lay down"
011 the dray 011 which Myers was endeavoring
to take htm to jail. It Is clear to our mind
that some ouu Is mistaken; and wc arc In
clined to bt'llce Myers never arrested
ueiiy; mat mere never was siieii a man as
Kelly; and that Mjcr wn not there the
1 uruy was 1101 mere; .11111 mat 111c mll who
j were wllnes-es for niul against Mm, line
1 been hating strange dreams. But, whether
Mjers Is guilty of this olleiisc nr not, we
protest agalnt such conduct on thv part of
any ollleer, no matter who that olllcer may
be. No olllcer has the right, unless It Is In
extreme casp, to use violence In m iking ar-
rests. We know tliat the time ha been, and
to lie penniless, they were knocked over tho
head, or kicked from the sidewalk. We
say this sort ol thing has been, but, that It
will bo so under the new order of thing
wc do nut bellcxc. The olllcer who l gull.
ty of such conduct should bo dismissed
rrom the force, and branded as n man unlit
to hold any po-llbm nl trust and rrspoiisl.
THK 01)1) FKL1.0WS.
INSTITUTION OF OAlltO
Mi:.NT NO. 144.
INSTALLATION OF OFFICLRS, HTC.
on Wednesday evening last, May 7, IS73.
CAIItO KNCAMI'MKNT NO. Ill I. (). O. K,
For the llrst time met as an organization.
For more than a year past certain members
of tho order ol Odd Fellows in this clly,
havo labored faithfully and with lldellty, to
bring about this reult; and on tho night
whon the oljeet for which they have worked
so long and earnestly was accomplished,
they wcro tho haiiplet lot ol men In I lie
D. D. llollleld, Most i:ccllcllt Grand
High I'rlcst nf tho Urnml B
eampment, 1. O. O. F. ol Illinois,
ot Duijuoln, wds present ns Special
Deputy, und astrd by other brothers
instituted Cairo Liieampmcnt,No.lll. Alter
tho Installation ceremonies were over, the
encampment went into tho election of oili-
cers, und the following members were
elected for the ensuing terms :
JjIiii T. Kennle. Chief l'atilareli;
lllram lllxby, High 1'rlest;
S. II. Ward, senior Warden;
C. IE. Woodward, Scribe;
A. It. Safford, Junior Warden;
Win. Alba, Treasurer;
John II. Olierlv, dulde;
F. M. Slocklletb, sentinel.
In tho installation of the newly elected ol
llccii, D. 1). llollleld, Grand Secretary, one
of Hie most eminent members of thc'unler
in tho West, oltlcl.ited as grand high priest.
Tho inaiiiicr in whieli lio conducted tho In-
stallatlon ceremonies was all day yesterday
it subject or comment among tho-e who
were present and wltues-ed it, and every
one spoke of him In terms of praise.
Alter the installation ceremonies wore
over, at about S o'clock, tho new made
patriarchs and their visitors repaired to
Walker's restaurant, where they ptrtook of
a good supper, alter which they went back
to their tents, where they worked with ns
sinuous industry until half past 1
o clock a.m. 'I heir labors being ended
they sat down to a sumptuous ban
quel prepared uy ieiiner,allie cni'iient ea.
terer. Alter tho banquet, ut 2 o'clock, the
party, like tho Arab, of old, "folded their
tents and silently otole away," each one
going to Ills home, feeling that tho time uud
labor expended In bringing about the nrga
nUstloii ol Calm Kiieampmciit, No. Ill, had
not beenglven for nothing.
Among the visitors In attendance wan A.
s. Il irry, Grand Treasurer of the Grand IC11
lumpmciil of the State ol Illinois, of Alton,
who I, known to almost every Odd F How
throughout tho length uud breadth of the
state, uud respected aud esteemed by all of
1- rom the lower portion of tho state, I). D.
llollield, .Most Kvcelleiit Grand High I'rlcst
of tliu Grand Lm'ainpuicut ot llllnul.; and
Fast Grands Martin Smith, (i. 1). I'tigh and
James Solomon of Duljiioln, and Fast
Lhlel Fatriarch Henry Jacobs, and Patri
arch William plllerolDeholo, From Anna,
Fast Chief Patriarchs C. Klrkpatrick and
NOTICK OF DISSOLUTION.
eonlcetloncr.,No.ai Eighth strcet.ls this ,hv
dissolved by mutual consent, .Mr. Schintt.
storn rctning. 1110 business will be coiiiln.
lied at the old slnnd by Mr. liudolph lleb.
sarkcr.itho ! authorized to receive all 111011.
ey due the lato llrm, and will pay all their
C.tinii, May 1, lS7a. ;-nt.
And evert variety orshade or color. Dur.
able, beaiitllul, water-proof, cla-tlc ami
economical. The Aterlll Chemical Paint
Is prepared lor Inmidllato application, re
quiring 1111 oil. thinner nor dryer. It I. sold
by tho gallon in pakages to .till, from onu
to furty gallons it dries with ,( ,Urd, rich,
glossy surface, does not run fro 11 scann or
nail-holes. Will not rub, crack nor peel nil ;
covers more with tho s uuo body, and Is
cuuapcr, niuru i.isuu,, nun lienor 111 every
respect than any other p.tint. N. I.'. Way a
Co., general commission merchants, ami
wholesale- agents for tho A. 0. P., Sixth
street, between Commercial and Washing,
ton avenues, N, B. Bo very camion,
counterfeits are abroad ! !
NOTICK TO SALOON-KKEPEItS.
Saloon-keepers, and all others, are hereby
notlltcd to sell no 111 ire liquor to my husband,
Phillip llaiigli. Any person selling liquor to
li'lil niter this date, will bo prosecuted to
the full extent of the liquor law.
Oaiiio, Mays, IN7J. S til .til It.tuon.
This popular hotel has been relltted and
luiiroved, and Is now one of the must com
lortablo stopping places In the ulty. Tho
travelling public and persons dfsirliig
p'rusarit quarters by the week or month, w ill
always Hud them at the Commercial lintel.
Kates nf board havo been Ivdileted us fol
lows: Dav board, $1 W) per week; tianslt,
I fdl per diiy; board niul lodging, from $5
to c7 per week. tf
sali: of si:itvici:Aiii,i: and fnski:.
ICCAIILi: OltDNANCU bTOItLsj.
BtlllUAU (if OltliNANCi;. I
Navy Dcpartiuuiit, April -M, LS7.1. J
'I'liero w III liu sold at public unction to tho
highest bidder, utl'J to., on Tuur-cbiy, May
'iiltli, 1ST;!, at the naval station, Mound City,
Illinois, a quantity ol cannon projectiles unit
miscellaneous articles of ordnance, In p irt
ns follows, i. ;
Wl. 'It pdrParrott rliles,
SI SOpdr I'atTott lilies.
'MM pdr eiiiiuon.
4(1 eight Inch caiiuoiis.
1 six inch mortar.
A large quuiittt), about 111 tons, ol ten
Inch, eight Inch, V.i pdr, 11(1 pdr, uo pdr, II)
pdr, uud thirteen Inch mortar projectiles
and miscellaneous iiiiliiauco stoles, inclild
lug 11 lot of scrap bronze.
Tel ins: Ten per cent. In government
linn's ou the conclusion of Hie sale, and (lie
remainder within ten days, dining which
time the articles must be reltuved Ironi the
station, otherwise they will revert to the
It Is to be distinctly understood that no
guarantee will bo given to purchasers of
urtleles ottered for sale and noted In the
catalogue as regards their exact condition
or quality, but It Is believed, however. Hint
ever thing offered for sale is ns represented.
William N. .Inn-Kits, Chieror lluremi.
The ub.ivi! Is published by order of the
commandant ot station, to whom persons de
siring lo becomo purchasers and wishing to
Inspect the articles offered lor sale should
apply. Fua.nclsT. Gii.lkit,
5-ll-d.v. w td Paymaster U. S. Navt .
GOOD" MICK 1JHK It
Corner ol Twelfth street and Washington
Mr. Jaeckel tvihcs to Inform his friend,
and all lovers of Bock Beer that he has just
received 11 consignment of that beverage
which he will open to-dav. Call around and
Piiick CuuntNT Ofkicb, 1
Thitrtduy ovtiinj., My 8, 1873. J
Wo hnvo no linprovouicut to nolo in tho
movement of grain and llour. Tho hitter
continues vory dull, orders como in slowly
and stacks continue to accumulate Oats
nro senrco and firm ; tho demand Is email
hut light receipts tend to keep up tho
prieo. Hay is not wanted ut tiny price.
Receipts of mixed corn fall short of tho
demand, und prices nro linn att'17ISs.
White is in fair supply r.nd commands
ISPJb. Freights aro easy and tonngo
tjyCorrospondunts should bear In
mind that our quotations roprcsout prices
for round lots from first hands, unless
ollicrwleo stilted, uud that in filling small!
orders higher prices must bo paid
FLOUIl Tho market continues dull
and lifeless, nothing ut all doing outddu
of the order trado
Sales 00 bbls XX f,
1U0 bbls $!l; COu
bbls in small lots
HAY No transactions, vorv littlo
comus In and thoro is nono wanted,
CO UN Tliu supply of luixed is Unit
Hod und demand good, uni prices firm at
quotations. liito is more plenty uud
euslur. Sales .1 cars inlxod, sacked
del iSQ lo.-; 2 :ars do 7
tvhlto 8I9. 'J cars do
1 car mixed In bulk on truck 39e; 1
whitu do do 40c.
OA fa Odurings uro very small nnd
aro taken readily to-day ut 3He. Sales of
II cara in tucks del USc; 1 car in small lets
brought lliio; 3 cars sold in sacki 3ic, and
- ears In bulk on trace sold ut 3 o.
WJ1K.VT Uecoipts uro small and thoro
H not enough soiling to establish quota
UOI.N JII.AL wo nolo a still fur
titer improvuniont In this branoh of the
market. Sollers to-day hold ehotco steam
dried meal at $2 .lo but nono sold ut that
price. Sales 1 cur load 1C 0. $J "j AD,
JOO bbls choice S. I), del $2 'il'i SO.
imai v ery uun; du sacku sold at
f l'J pur ton.
FKU 1 1 v ory littlo doing; 10 boxii
oranges sold ut 10 boxes lemons sold ft1
V per box
APPLKS Choico arc quoted to-day ut
SJ ru to i j,
POr.VTOKS-OllVringi t.nall and pri
I! UTTKK Market largely overstocked.
K-celptj uro in excess of tho duiiiiuid
bales, 20 ikgs choico L'.ic; and 10 nk-ir
I'lliltpii fn ll.rtlf n.l.,.." ...I. it .
. b. v..bv, ,uiu n nign III
KG! 3 .Market keeps fully stu.ilod
nn 1 tho demand is falling nil. pricoj ro
still hold at I'Jo. 'u notu su'ei of n
boxos fresh at 1'JJo.
CHICK KN'S It'.'coipts uro light but
'o in oxcojs of tho dein 'tml. .s; ibid lu.is.,
0 coops choice at $;! CO.'
PUOVISIONS Very qulot. Not
enough sellin,' to establish quotations
Price, may bo quoted same as last week.
HA Mb Are in fair domanj and firm
l lltilfic tl lb or sugar cured. Plain
country cured liljc.
iiAliHKollncd is in lluht stnnlv nnd
In denisnd. Tiorco, refilled, is now hold
at 7f" Sp- kiv nTftlOc.
UHKAKFAST BACON-Is in hotter
"Pply and tho demand Is only moJcrato,
Quoted at llj12c.
DUIK-D FUUIT. Very littlo doiiif;
Dried peaches aro quoted nt IQfic, and
dried Apples ut lie.
SltOAK.Activo and si lling PJJc for
(niico A ; 110t.Jc tor crushed, powJored
und gntnuliitod. .
TKAS. linporittl, 7f.01 t!"; Uunpow.
dcr, 7f3fVrl 25 ; Oolong black, 7o(.J I ;
Young Hyson, $1(3)1 to.
(MIKKSK. (Jo id demand ; Now York
factory lb lCjfj717c.
SYHUPd Tint demniid is fair for
chiucii -tt tHKSi sp j,,,) Hlll jfnW Orlem,.
PLAhTKUINO HA!K.-:5oe V buthel
Lf M K In lots $1 IT, to 1 f.O V hbl.
. OKMKN'T.-Al wholesale 50 V
OtJNN'IKS.-H.s-niweJ 2J bushels 18c;
1 bushels 'JOc.
BUltliVPS. i!J bniliiils corn, !" 07.
15Je; do 10 or. 10c; 4 lui-liels Outs 'JOe; fi
bushels UU", C bushels '.".'c.
IlKKSWAX. V tbSOc.
SOAP. Sehurirur's Oerinitn mottlod
7je; Chiimpalgu soup, "Jn.
TALLOW, V lb 7c.
COKFEK .luvn sidling ntSCft'.'v;
Laguiiyrn 2lfS)2rc; Bio, primu to
choico 2 li.ic.
BHOO.MS. Dull; common liouso sell
at SI fiO j choice nnd extra choice $.1(3)
3 7rt ; stennibiiit $4 fi()(JJr 00.
FltHKiIlT Cotton, einuiirrssnd, W
Now York, H.lc; t BosUm, Un.
compressed, to Now York, SI 1 1; to Ibis-
KATKS To New Orleans nnd Vleks
burg: Pntatoos, apples, etc, 10c; pfrl
1; pmnl freights 20 j par uwt; Iimj
$7 60 per ton; wniskey $1 40 per hbl.
TO MEMPHIS Flour, ctcHOc perl U,
pound frrights IC'i per ctvt; hay C 00 per
ton whiskey 8O0 per bblj pork 00c jir
N KW ADVEKTlSKMliNTS.
l'OPLAK. WALNUT, ASH
YELLOW PINE FLOORING
For sulo at low figures. AIo,
FENCIKG OR SHEETING
Sold very cheap by
o-!i 'Jw. Oaiho Box
AMI ItAHKKT Co.
TiCS C. 11 nnny wishes the
public to be informed that lie
has on hand a Stock of Dry
Goods and Carpets as exten
sive as any in the Southwest,
and that he is determined to
sell every article at prices
lower than tho lowest. Call
on him to-day and examine
goods and prices. JIc will
satisfy yon both as to quality
(liven by tho
OAIKO T U It X E It SOCIETY
m:ak miii .mi city.
Sfniiav, May 11, 187:5.
Tho Cairo and Vlneemies railroad lias
been couriered for the occasion.
Trains will leave Winter's block, corner
.seventh street aim: commercial avenue us
First train at I) o'clock a. in
Second " ut 1 " p. in
mini " in -j:;;!) p ut
The last train will return to Cairo at '
o'clock In the evening.
ihe entertainment ilurinjr the day will bo
And flames oi all kinds.
A ceueral imitation .
extended to the
FIFTY CENTS FOIt KOL'.S'I) TItll.
Cooil titu-lc will lie in attendance, and wi
assure a kooiI time.
COMMlTTEi: OF AUltANdl.'MIINTS;
Louis Herbert. 0. Under. W.AIba
W. BUDEH, Presl.lent.
HARRY WALKER I'ropr. 1
V . W ".tj 1 I
rvy - - - tr. -
,D R U G
d wm AiNT!un ieuBl
II o I LS3
I 1 CTS2a
I ' . IMMHI3UHr3.
f 1 b
G K B,
NKW MILLINKUY GOODS
LATKHT frni.NO AND St'MMilK STYtK"
Heniass s lull l.i." of
BOWITETS Ac HATS
ITrtmini"! nnd untrimmr'i,
KliCNCH KhOWKIlf. ItIHbUiS, THIMMIMI
of Ml klads. I.kci-s, etc., 'o.
Mr. MeOsn h slua Urgs Mortmsnt '
Ksncy Aillclss, mirh
An t nil other srlicUn uiuslly louni In t
FIP.ST-CLASS MILLINKUY STOUK
.Mrs, McOcc, In addition to her utoeli nl
Fancy and Millinery Hoods, has u tlu and
C implcte a-orliin.'tit of Cincinnati Custom
made Ladies' and Mi-ics bhoes and Chll
dreiis' Itoots, Black and in Color-. These
areaeknowludirod to he the tluest and best i
ever in the market, and this Is the only
hou-e the cltv that makes them a specialty
Corner Twelfth street aud Commercial Ave
J. C. II U EL S
(Late of St. Louis,)
HOOK BINDER AND BLANK
BLANK BOOKS of every de.ci intlnu done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds ol
ruling done at short notice. Bibles, Muic,
Maaxlues and Periodicals bound neat and
at tho lowest possible rates.
County wink, Midi as Iteeords, Dockets
Fee Hooks, lll.inkii, (;,.,, niado a ipeeiality
Boxes, Pocket Books, Klivo lojies, etc
made lo onitr ll-ii t
S A M W ILSON,
p u o v I a i o n a u c.
t 'I I A -SI 1IO AI M.
'c Xino" and" i' ADUUA i j"
The splendid stesinor
Dick FowLKtt, t'ptaln
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) ai
i p.m ForfrelKht (ip.iss.eiiipy(l, ,,, :
to .Us. Maixouv, A't
WIUj. IIOWAUD, "
vttr Mmioum uisnk naiidtnK.
AND BETA I L
G 1 S T S
Itutail a lid l'n'fcilitiii
mid KIkIiIIi street.
Ol eliumols mnl inlilill
lor Weak Iiiiiijj.
At IIAIICI.AY It 111 IS.
FOU SOItl: TllltOAT,
Prepared ami sold
Itv IIAKCI.AY BltO.s
Ami Hislnrei'tauts lorMubles
At IIAIICI.AY BBOS.
"YOI NO AMEUICA,
And "Unltersal StuuilanL'
At BAUCLa'y BEOS.
i KL DOUAbO
B' LI.fAHD PALOOK AND I1AB-
JOH.1 U4TM, l'ri,rlri....
10 Cnmmrrcisl Assnni., CAIKO, ll.l.l.NUIrt
ltt iirsnJ of Csllfri nClusrslii rwltl,
HILLIAIH) saloon rurnlshed with the l.e-l
of tableK : and bar supplied with wines, liiiiors
and clears of theue-t bran l.
(Open Day and Nk-lit.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio I.evoe, bet, 1th and flth streets,
OA 1 110, ILLS.
MEALS AT ALL 1IOIIK.
A line new Dining Hall wth every con
yenience li i- hcen added to this iiomilar
llestaurant, and tho uets will tin i evury
requisite lor thelruccomodation.
THE BILL OF FABE
con.l.ts of ever)' substantial and delicacy ol
the easou, '
Is suniillcd with the
CHOICEST LIQUOHSiWINKS & CIGARS
t3TMIxcd drinks prepared with care.
IIYLAXD k SAUKH,
AND DEALKUH IN
choice ritEsii meats
OF EVEItY DE-jUUIPTION,
Coiner 10th street ami Comnicrcl.il aveni
next door to the Hjlaml mIouu.
AM) HK.tl.Klt IN
ICioitni Stbkkt, Hktwkkn W'AsninaTOjt
AND COMMKHUJAL AVKNUKK,
AilJiillitiU itl 'fniilKiii.n i..t
cum. iii ii , , ?,i"i"it1 " "
(Sticcesor to James Kyuastun,)
liUTCHKK AND DKALKll IN ALL KlNDB
COIINKU Nl.VKTKNTII AND I'OPLAH STB,,
Ilnys np. slaitL'liters only the best emtio,
ho's inn. sheep, ami is prepared to till ully
; i I
'. iii.iini inr iicmi uieais uu' "" i'uuuu i.)
ten tliiuiMimi iKiimiia.
he received at 77 l'lo levee, until 12
ni., May mill. 1B7.1, ff '.'i-i ,yJ',rl,"l,l!l,f f,,
the jearendliiif M.t;V,,j .1 151,1,1 ll,,ls 'o
statu prleos lor iitslf-l'r tho proceciiB,
f .i..: ..ii '..ml all notices re nil,,., v..
notices and adtrl' semen ts. A bo, rates lor
Job work rt-J'retl" 1 millfll reserve.
I e rl "h to i fW' y.!"l H bids, ,01, J
they deemV'? lS"
to do so. i' aViI'Ui'c" Conijitrolier.
u no so, ""Si t7.1