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lug Iheir paper rccn'iirly to report
tts tci lo sl' itnlrr, either person
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WMlilBKlon A venae.
H-nalrnc in .Heron otrrr VDco.
lOa'HIlf the Miorteal Itunto
lllbtj HHes tlieSliortfat Uouto
NO CHANGE OF CABU
FROM CAIRO TO 1
ST. LOUIS Oil CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CAES
OM CAlllO TO
ClBCltilltl, 1.. Ilaoapolls, Tled,
Detroit, Cletelinid, hifr. Ki1i
HotMo, t'tl.t-lt, WwhtDKWU.
baltlmere, Philadelphia, Nt Ycuk.
Boston ALU All points !.
MIlratAia, JanrsTllIe, Hill, n,
LaCroite, bt. Paul and all paints north.
ibisls a'sotr.e cU) elite! trutcto
Dviior, Bloomlngton, HifiBU,
ForU, Oalnsj, KrokuV,
DurlicRtoa, Rock lalin.t, L fialle.
Maodoia, laxon, Prxpen,
(Jtltoa, Dubuque, wiout oity,
Omaha and all point northwest,
Klpijant Drawing Boom Sleeping Ca"
On nil aright Trains.
CheckeJ 10 il Important -olnl.
.For tlcaeta and information, ppl to I. C. K.H
dpot it lro; on aoard tn tramil stonnier I
twu Oolnmbu. and Cairo, anil at tni prinelp
rallroa I tlcSot oltci IhroufrDout III toulh.
W. P. JOH.V-O.V. O.n'l r. Ak'I, ChloatP.
A. Mlrcatu., flrn'i tjnp't. Uliloao.
J. .JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CU ANG E OK TIME.
Pacnccr trains on tlio Illinois Ouiral
change llmo t-day. Prom nml alter il-io
p. m. to-day tmltiH win run as I0II0W1 .
txpress, dally . ..l:fp.'m
Hull, except Sunday ... a-.lbu. m.
Express .. 2;40 p.ra
Mall, daily except siinuay ..moj p.m.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
OAIItO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS It. i.
On and alter Monday, June 9. 1573, train
iritl run dally, except Sunday, between
Urcntleld's hnding and Slkoeton. Scoti
county, MImouiI. a lollow :
Leave GrecnfleJd'i 10:00 a.m. and 5:S0 p.m.
Arrive " 9s. " " Mm
' Charleston 10:10 " " 0:10 "
' Mkeston T.io p.m. o-C if
THE CAIRO .VND VI.VCE.VXKS
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM OA I HO
Clevelaiid. 'iera Falls. I
lio non and all irtrra i'oluts,
CHANGE OF TIME.
On and alter Tuesday, July 1. 1S73, trains
will run as follows :
Going norlh leaves Cairoat 4:00 a.m.
uoid souU arrives at Cairo at. .. . 3:10 p.m.
MOUND CITY ACCOM MO D.tTlO.V.
Leaves Cairo at ... J1:."J a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Arrives at Cairo at ,s:W a.m. anil 1-23 p.ra.
The express train north arrive at Vln
cennvs at UriO p.m., nuking direct connec
tion at ::i p.m ,wltti the Indianapolis aim
Yluceuuea rullruad lar ludun ipnll, the
great railroai centre, Irom which point
vnilus are Uepartlnc; at all hour, tut all
points in t e Cnitcd Ma es ,im! Canada. At
12M p.m. with thB Eyiumiiiw and Craw
frnxau railroad, lor I'em, Uaute, Indl..
napolls, Chlcigo, Hamllle aud ull points
north, via the lerra Haute. ianvlllc mui
Chlcogo railroad, and eat h the Vaiidulln
line, and Indianapolis and St. LouU railroad.
At 1:55 p la with the Ohio and Mls.U.ippl
railroad, fur Cincinnati, i.ouUville, and all
pointa cut, via (.liiclmiatl.
l'a-.entert icoln,' ly this route aro placed
in lndtanapoh.,ancluuatl, I.oulsUllc. .Now
?.?rkA Uu,t " I'hlladfliihla, Ualtlmore,
w athlnitoD, aud ull caitt-rn po.nta, tweve
hours In adlanco of nnv other rnnli-
Kxprew train mal;e conn cllon at Eldo-!
rado with at. Louis aud :outheateru rail
way, tor it. Louis, .Mt. Vernon tilllnoli.).
sUawneetnwn, and all polnis between Eldo
rado and St Louis.
At Norrts c ty makes cloe connection
for SprlnKaeld, Itock I-land, and all olnts
on sprlnxueldand lllluol Southeastern rail
ray and con n tlon-.
At Carml w Uh st. Louis, E-ns Ulc, Hn-dermnandNa-hMlIe
nllway line, lor Mt.
err,on (lndlava, U m.vlllrt, Henderson
KeutUvky), NaiUMlll ( reiiuoMe ,, and all
point on st, L., t;,, U. and N. rallwav mm
ISavKit'e checked to all Important pomu.
t.ErfuriickeUan.lluforinatlm apply at
the ticket ok-, comer s. entli Ktreet and
.inrat;rcui avenu, Cairo, Il inoW.
,JSo. LtE.Sup'v, Cuas O. Wood,
11 t- ,. G -n. Pass rundTicki t Ait t
11. t . UcnxHDE, Agent, Cairo.
LOCAL WEATHER REI'IIRT.
t' S. tio. SEit.,uiiKUhvr.n's OKrici:, 1
CAiito, July 1 1, ife.78. lorn p.m. J
ipu.1 . .
'mi, nuuivaat, vcluvlty - miles
AVeather, clear and hot.
Maximum terai'craluro last 'il hour, 0
Minimum temperature, last St hours, 75 1
irevalllng wind list 24 bourn. Muthtaat.
j1 Dmber of miles wind travelled, Ut
i-uwia uahlasd. oiisen-r.
Best Scotch ale, ,lout ,,,, Bn, ni",
yar old boubon wM.Vey tob f.undonly
at the Crystal saW,eotBBrof Siaih iire.i
and Uommurcial avinue.
BTtAOALA St l.T
-"'- Int ProprwK,,,.
lli.Vl Inrll.u I .I... 4.1 . .
-" v v-iiv,,iih.ian aa lexa
ttore, corner ol sixth alreet and Ohio levee,
run at loiiown:
Leave at . . s a.m
Arrltoinclty at 10 a.m.
' 6 p.m.
C-Htf JoII.nMbyijii, Anent
Regular boarders at the European hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, rucolve board ut
the rale of 820 per month. Wo-tf
j jno wnuo 5 single atd double , amber
slnfle and double X Canary, herl quality ol
inauiila, blue letter, etc., etc. 60,000 lor
ale, printed nt t'i 50 to 0 60 pur thousand,
at the BULLMts Omcf.
As warm wcathur is approaching the
lovers ol ice cream will bo glad to learn that
Messrs. Saup & CJarkaon have titled up and
refurnished, In elegant style, tlitlr lee cream
parlors. Their mammoth Kida lountaln has
also been put in running order, ana nothing
il wanting about the csUblithment to make
the pleasure and comlort of their p&trous
ITEMS OK LOCAL NEWS.
There It vory Mil freight arriving at
this point Juu now.
Scott, Ulll, will roopen hii billiard
1U find restaurant on the l"lh lint.
Tlicro vm n meeting of tlio Rough
and Kendy Tire company last night.
Mr. ilnllenry How's new barbershop,
next door to Hnnnan'a book tore, will
bo open in a day or two.
All hlndi of tun pictures at.l.Schloslng
er'i, Eighth street, between "Washington
nnd Commercial avenues. 740tf.
1'ollce court Mras dull yesterday. Sev
eral cases of the usual of "plain drunks'
and a "disorderly' or two was about all
there was of it.
Photograph and other plctutca M .1.
Hchleslngcr't, Elfihtb street, botwoeu
Washington nnd Commercial avonu?.
Jaeckcl is a qay fellow. llcidi! keep
ing the best lager beer in the city, he el
the finest lunch contltltnt; of all the deli
cacies including "braint.
l'at Kclloy, while engaged in n row
in Charleston yesterday, had his skull
traciur u. no was totrougbt this city last
evening and was sent to the hospital.
All baggage left at tho Commercial
hotel, not Claimed beloro mo lent or .tuiy,
u-Ill lio k.1.1 at pulilIC RUCtltin.
7-lS-Ot Mr.s. M. J.
(food a chatnpoo at J. (loorge Stoln.
house's harbor shop. It cools a iiian'
temper and make, him at poaee with "all
tho world and tho rct of mankind."
A well wrllton account ol tin trip of
Messrs. lire's, Gotsman nnd Oberly, writ
ton by tbenisolvos, will appear in
ednesday n.ornlng'a lit. lletin. Ills
crowded out of thi issue by n prca of
- Mr. J. M. Moikovlcs has sold nut his
slock of dry goods lo Mers. Goldstino &
Kosen water, and will soon lenvo tho city
for his now homo in Arkansas. Wo re
prct to loose ro valuable n citizen, and
thorough business man as .Mr. Mokovic.
Steamboat now complain of dull
times not only at this point but nil along
tho river, from 1'lttsburg to Cairo, on the
Ohio nnd from St. Louis to Save Orleans
on tho Mississippi. Towboats aro making I
money enough to pay ordinary running'
- - , .,(! inau waii Liuu aro pre
paring Cot their match fame with the
Kiversiaos to do plnyod to-morrow aftor.
noon in this eitr. Tf
.. .. . . ' " u- " I
are Dig, ia?.y galutes wo hopo they i
win munsgo to "irltnwav" with ihn
On last Saturday oveniug a little boy,
son of .Mr. Dick Nebit, foil from n wagon
in front of McGauley'a drug store, und
broke his richt arm. Dr. Sullivan w
called and set the fractured limb. The j
little fellow is doing as woll as possible ;
under the circumstances. j
The attention of our readors is called
to the card of Dr. It. R. Brinhatn, which
appears in another column of The Bul
litik this morning. Tho doctor has toon
remarkably successful in bis practice, and
has won a great many friends for liooicc
opatby slnco ho came to Cairo.
C. Hanny wishes the public to bo in
formed that ho bus on hand a stock of
dry goodt and carpets as extensive m any
In the Southwest, nnd that he Is determ
ined to sell everything at prices lower
than tho lowest. Call on hira to-dny and
examine goods nnd prices. He will satisfy
yu both ns to quality and cost.
Wo have known people when going
from hero to Chicago and tho Eastern cit
ies to purchaso articles of jewelry, Wbtthes,
etc., and returning Cnd that thoy could
have them duplicated for less money and
very often of far better workmanship at
home. Wo wculd refer said parties to
Taber Brothers in this city in corrobora
tion of this statement. 7-1.'). It
-Mr. W.JI. Curry of this city claims
to have held ticket No. 10,550 which drew
5,000 In tho Louisville lotturv. From
tho Cincinnati 'Enquirer' of tho 10th inst.
wo Warn that n Mr. A. A. Lucas, a fcusl
nes man of Cincienuti, purchased of Mr
W. Fcott, another business mm of tho
same citj, a half Interest in ticket 10,510
and that said ticket dtow $5,000. The
question is who did hold the ticket '.'
Curry say bo ha orderod tho money
lo bo paid at the Fourth Xatlomil bank ol
Philadelphia. Wondnr where Lucas has
ordered It to be paid '
On last Thursday afternoon a young
man riding a Qno sorrel horso boarded tho
f"try boHt' Thrut, State-, and crosod tho
river to iiusouri. On tho roturn of the
boat a eentltimaii o.imo aboard aud mada
inquires as to whether a man answering
Uh jjfipuu cf tj10 y0Ung man with
the horse had been t-oen by tho
officers of tho boat. Whon Informed
that such 11 man had dressed
the riTer on the previous trip, ho lm-
meilatnly sought Sherill' lrvin nnu stated
to him that tha horso ridden by llaki r.
that bolug tho name of tho young man.
was bis property, Baker having stolon tho
horse a lw days previous. Sheriff lrvin
went to Charleston, whore ho captured
Bailor and recovered tho horse Ho
brought both to this city, lodging Bakor
In Jail and turned tho horns over to tho
An excursion to Padmuh on the
steamer Tyrone will bo given on Mondav,
July II, lt.,?a. ThesUamer will leave the
wharf In this city nt 8 o'cloek a.inaiid re
turn at 7 o'clock p.m. Everything will t
so arranged as to give ladies and children
every comfort possible. Each family will
be provldd with a state room, so that in
case mothers w!ih to '-stow their children
away" whero they can sleep without be-
int; diiturbod, they can do so with per
fect salety. No liquor of any kind will
bs allowed to be sold oil the boat. An ex
cellent band of muslo has been engaged
and will be In attendance. Fair for the
rouni tnp 2. A general Invitation Is
extended to all who wish to tnjoy them
solves for or.e day, the management prom
ising to do everything in their powor to
make the occaibr. one lcnc to br retaom
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIxN, TlESDAY, JULY
Mr. A1J. Hatlord rettirned lo Cairo
Mr. Chas.M. Howo left for St. Louis
Et-iiboriir Myers will leave for tlio
"far west" In a day or two.
Associate Justices Marchildou and
McCrite oro in tho city, in nttondanco ou
the spcclul torm of tho county court.
Mr. II. Levi goes to St.'Louls to-day
where ho expects n party or Irlends from
La Crone, Wisconsin and DuBuquo,
Capt. D, Hurd and family wilt ttort
lor Denver in about ono month from this
time. Cairo cannot woll allortl to looso
many such cillzons ns Capt. Hmd.
Mr. David Black, Into of tho firm of
Lev! A Co., but now a resident of Denver,
Colorado, is in tho city visiting hi friends,
Mr. Mack speaks in glowing terms ol
Dsnver and Colorado.
Mr. .T. .1. lllrd, our -colored Judge,'
at n recent meeting of tho board of
trustees of tho Illinois Industrial tinl
vcrsitv located at Ch
to servo incmbor of the board for Ma
1 "o -uotropoiis 'limes' rontons tho
The colored citizens of Metronoll and
adjolnlii); country projioie to hold n celo
brHtlon in or near this city on tho 8th of
Atigut, 1373. They huvo Invitod nnd or-
poct tho followinc apoakor lo bo in nt
tendance: J. .1. Dlrd and William Scott
ilonry Willet or Mound City, in Addition
to home speakers.
i:XCUltSION TO DENVEK.
, and St. L. I'ackkt Compasv, i
T'sOmcE, Cairo, July 1, 187,1.
Tho Memphis and St. Louis Packet
company now offer for salo round trip
tickets from Cairo to Denver and return,
S70, good for ninoty days from dalo of
salo. Also rfgular tlckots on snlo for
Kansas City, Omaha, Topoka, Lawrence,
Sun Francisco and all principil points
west, and by river and rull to nil points
"outh. For further Information call at
tho company's olllcc, No. 71 Ohio lovee,
under City National bank, Cairo, Illinois.
Jamks Mallorv, Ticket Ag't.
Hoi.. A. Sim en, IVsongor Ag't.
KYNASTO.V TO THE 1'ltO.NT.
Mr. .lames KynaMon, Iiom) reputation a,
a butchor is par excellent with the people
ol this city, h.T. opened a new meat
shop near the corner ol" Commercial avenuo
and twentieth Mrcet, next door to Mr. Pat
UuriN grocery store, it is a well inown and
i .,.. . ...
"""""""'Kcu mci tuai jir. ikynaston, uur
In? hit lone experience in tho meat bu.l
ncss in this city, never offered to hi custom
ers anything but the choice?! of every ;ind
or meat. He is a good judge of cattfo, and
buys nothing but tho youngest and .attest,
and as .1 consequence has the best of beef.
The same may be said of every kind of meat
60)d by him. Give him a trial, aud our word
lor it, you will always be ploased. C-lS-tl
NEW GOODS, ATTRACTIVE
Stuart Jc GhoUon will show on Monday
morning an entirely new lino of fancy
goods and notions, bought by Mr. Stuart
at a time of the year when prices aro to
tho buyer's wishes. They aro therefore
ablo to offer oxtrnordinary inducements to
cash purchasers. They desire to closo out
their cntlro stock of summer goods, and
will offer extraordinary Inducements for
tho nest thirty days. Thoy aro deter
mined to make business lively If an at
tractive stock nt astonishly low prices will
accomplish it. 7-13-21
A NEW riRST.CLASS BARBER
SHOP. Mollonry Row i: Co., of New Orleans,
have come lo this city lo stay, and have
fitted up a first class barber-shop on Com
mercial avenuo in the room next to Han-1
non's book store, lately occupied by Stu.
art it Gholson as a dry goods store. The
workmen aro nil first-class ni.d aro pre
pared to cut hair, shave, shampoo, etc., in
the very latest stylos. All thoy ask is a
trial. They rospoctfully solicit a share of
public patronago. Mi Henhy Row & Co,
FoTt SALE OrTrENT.
A two-story boiuo on Comninrclal ave
nuo near tho cornor of Ninolconth stroot.
The houso Is forty foot long by twenty
two feet widu. It contains ton rooms ard
kltchon, and a good cistern and necessary
out-houses aro attached to It. It is woll
voutllaUd and well adapted for a business
houso onlwnlling. It is in a business part
of tho city and has been newly painted
ami renovated inside and out. Apply to
Joii.v Huu.iia v,
River Shannon Houso, Ohio Loveo,
Cairo, Illinois. 7-P-lm.
SCOTT'S NEW BILLIARD HALL
On Thursday, July 17, W. T. Scolt will
open his now building ou Commercial av
cnue. A splendid free iuuch will be
spread at 10 o'clock In tho foronoon, nnd
11 grand ball will lm git on at night, to
which all his old fr.'onds and customers
nio respectfully Invitod. Ho has purchased
a largo stock of liso wines and liquors,
and Invites his friends to call around and
sarnplo tht'in. 7.13 at
lim. Ilcim, Sixth urcet. near Ohm re
naa juu 1:1111 out 1 coiHiloi-abW) him ol
money lu repainting, papering, and In every
way repairing m mor shop, am) hU b
now niio of tho nlscal, if not the nicest ton.
orlal establishment In Cairo. Helm cm
piojs none nut lirst-cjass workmen In hU
shop, and wi U'nturo to say the two ymmg
men who now hold aiiuatlons there, c'imiot
ou exceueu 111 their calling by any other
imner or barbers In the ( it y. Try them.
Ofllce Cairo and St. Louis 111',, Co, 1
Cairo, Ills, July 8, 1673.
Notice is horeby givun that a moetln.
of the directors of this company will ho
uuiu ui vub ijouioern Hotel In the city 0
St. Louis, Mo., on Tuesday, the loth Inst,
at 10 o'clock a. m.
S. Maats lAYLOii, l'reUnt.
A good piano. Enquire' of Herman
Scbmetzstorir, Washington avenu, be.
wetn Tenth and Eleventh streets.
Tukcn up by llic subscriber, on or
about tho 11 rat day of Juno, an old dun
co! white streak nlong bor back, ear
marks, crop with sill aact undor bit in
each oar, Tho owner, by calling- on mo
at tho cornor house on county road, and
out.lde now North Cairo, paying charges
and proving proporty can bavo tho cow
and calf, Jli.-.suoE hDWAWiia.
This popular hotel lm been iclltted and I
inproved and is now ono of tho mo com I
loitablo siopplnjr pl.ices In the city. '1'hc
travelling public and person, desiring
pkMaut qiiaticrs by the week or month,wlll
.tlw.iys Dud them at the Cointncrcl.il hotel.
i!Moof board have been rcduetcd at fob
lows: Day bo.ird, 91 ft) per week; tr.inslt,
1 M per day; board anil lodging, from $A
to $7 per week. Mil M.J.Wiiitk,
a gooI) iN":IisirMl;NT.
A raro rhance Is offered to somo man
with money lo invest in good paying
property In the most desirablo part of tho
city. Two lots, 60 feot front on tho avo-1
nue. liouto .1 stories. Two larco stores
can bo lilted up on tho first floor, tlio up-
per stories aro well arranged lor omces or
dwellings. For further particulars on-
nniro of Jp.itv . Hahmas it Co.,
' i.i.ii i:ial Kiuu i Aiwnn. !!.... in.
ill-'. Anna Lnugon Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, li.n
ust opened out a Mock of new and fa-hlon-.iblo
millinery good', sho has one hundrid
and liny dlllciciit Mj Ic.-of lrits and bomict-, '
hc'ldc a largo akortnient ol ribbon, llow- j
or? nnd notion ol all sort, nil of which wll
bo wild at the lowc-t price.
A new hotel has becnVipcncil Intlic, l.irgc '
lioii'O located on tlio corner ol hcvcntli
street and Washington avenue. It will be
known as l!rovu' hotel, and proprlctored
by Mr. llrown, wlioe reputation a u hotel
keeper H well-known in this city. The
liouo has been thoroughly renovated and
rcfurnldied, and Is In every way first-cl.t's.
Tho tables nra at all times furnMicd with
tho bett tho sca-on affords, and the charges
liberal, being only ?1 60 per day. Mr.
llrown solicits and de-ero- t haru of the
pilliUc patronage. .Villi
Scmmeu Attention to the
(vade. Jlaviii" :i larcrc selcc-
tioil Of liaildsOlUC White goods
.linnn Tni icf t An vnlnii.
ciennis, plain striped and fig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped and figured ; Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured ; Marseilles in great vari
eties and patterns ; Nansooks
patterns; linen lawns, white!
and figured ; Tercalos in hand
some figures and designs; cm
broidereis in large assort
ments : wliito
largo assortments ;
ings in all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsome patterns ;
havo in store a very complete,
largo and seasonable assort
ment of dry goods very cheap.
P. S. Please call, no trou
ble to show noods. G-2S tf
Prick Gvar.ENT Office,
Monday Evening, July 14, 1873,
Business continues dull and unchanged
In Its goneral feature, with very little
rnovemont in anything except white corn
and steam dried meal; both of theso ar
ticles are active, and tcarco with prices
urm ana Advancing. Transactions in ,
white corn is limited for want of supplios. j
There seems to be plenty of(
com in tho country, but tho
light receipts, and consegicnt scarcity 1
nnd high prices, aro owing to tho fact that
firmer aro in tho mldet of thior 1
hay and grain harvest, aad havo
neither time nor tho inclination to mako
any movement toward marketitg their
corn until this ij over. Tho demand to
day for both meal aud wbito coin was so
tar oxcoss of tho supply that buyers wcro
willing to mako a still further advance
than the prices reprosoutod in our quota
tions. Choice butter is also in demand
Fruits of all kinds find ready salo at
Bacou is becoming acarco and prices aro
stiff as quoted.
Eggs aro more plentiful and soiling nt
12 shipper's count. 1
Tlio prosont woathorls tho warmest and
dry est of tho season.
if Correspondents should bear in mind
that thoso quotations aro for round lots
from first hands. For broken and small I
lots, and In filling orders, an advance of
I to !lc is charged ovor theso prlces.i3
FLOUR Julet and unchanged. Salos
embraco 100 bbls XXX SO 50; 170 libit
r.rlnui L'rades S5 B0(i0! 200 bbls do
$ 6009; 800 bbl. do $I(T,8 60; 100 bbls
choice XXX $7; 200 bbls various grades
$58 7fi,and 100 bbls do SS(m8 J,.
HAY No ilomund at all nono Bull-
CORN-Whlto corn la very scarce and
firm, mlxod plenty and easy. Wo noto
salos of 10 cars wblto In bulk on track 4 1-
15c; 2 cars mlxod, sacked and del 17c,
aud I care white, sacked and del o.'c.
OATS Receipts small, supply light, do- j
round vory small. Sales wore I car mixed
lu sacks, delivered 38c, and 3 enrs do 37c
CORN MEAL A olive, firm and ad
vancing. Tho supply was entirely ex-1
bausted to-day und buyers woro offering
fuuey prices. Sales were 300 bbls S. I).,
delivered H 7fi ; 1 car and 100 bbls do
1 ild early, S2 70. 1
BUTTER Choice butter is in demand
and scarce, common is plenty and dull, '
' tfilt Edged" would sell In small package!,
"1 to 25c. Salts wero 10 pkgs strictly
cl-.lco222Sc! lOpkgigocdtocbotcv is
to 20c j '.'0 pkg chioce. SO.- 10 pkg ordin
BUAN-iiuict and dull) I cur sold, In
sacks do), at $11 CU pur ton,
EUGS Tho market is well supplied,
and easy j frcib receipts command i2Jc.
Wo now sales of 2,100 . dozen, shipper's
count, 12Jc. .
OHIOKENS Markot quiet and well
uppliedj aalcs were'mado 43 CC3 16
for old, and $23 for youns, according to
' "iRovSKirm and unchanged.
, . , ,, , i ci.
aro light and demand Bood. Sale
,,nco la,t rl'oft embrace 6000 lbs clear
sldos packed and del 10c: and 2000 lbs do
do lOJc ; 6000 lbs bacoa shouldor packed
and del 8c r Mid 2 caks clear sldn on or
HAMS Sucar cured ranvated arc iiuo-
tod nt M(5)le. I'lalu country cured
choice aro quoted at 12jc.
LAUD Kcllned is quoted in tierce at
SJcnnd in kegs At 0IOc.
SUOAlt. CofToo A qtiotod at Uu
14(2)l4Jc for crushed, powdered and gran
ulated. TEAS. Imporlal, 761 V Gunpow-
dor, 7501 20; Oolong Muck,
Young Hyson, f 11 40.
CHEESE. Good demand j New York
f.ct,,rv v lii lr.imtTp
ac"lrJ r 10 lOJllt.
, SYUIM'S Tim .leiuanJ is fair for
.choice at 00cSSl P cal. and New Or-
' leans nt 7680c.
I'LAbTEltlNG HAllt 35c t bushol
LIME. In lotsfl 25 to 1 60 "r bbl.
CEMENT. At wIioIcshIi. S22 60 V
COAL OIL. 22c.
GUNNIES. Ke-scwpd 2J bushels lee
: busbols 20c.
UUKLAl'S. 2J bushels corn, 0J 02
16Jq do 10 07. 10c; 4 bushola )at 20c; 6
bushels 21q G bushels 22c.
li EES WAX. lb 30c.
SOA1'. Schaefl'or's Gorni&n mottled
7Jc; Champjsign soap, 7Jc. ,
TALLOW, 'fl Ui 7c.
COFFEE Scarce and Arm, Juva soil
ing at G032c; Laguayra 10260; Hio
primo to choice 2l25c.
UEOOMS. Dull; common house sell
at f 1 SO to 2 50; choice and extra choice
$3,1 75; atcamboat U 5000 00.
FREIGHT Cotton, eomorosiod tc
Now York, 85c; to I'.of tl. Un-
( comproJo.l, to Now York tA; to iio.
RATES To Now Orlosnn and Vlcks
burg: PoWtooe, applos, etc, UOc; porl
por pound freights 15c cwt; hay
per ton; wniskey $1 40 por bbl.
TO MEMPHIS Flour, etc 25o por bbl
pound freights 12J per cwt; hay l por
ton; whiskey 8O0 per bbl; pork G0o per
11. S. BRIG II AM, M. I).,
Houiiipatlilc phyBl:tan and snrgeon. Of
fice lad Commercial avenue. KeMdeiicc
corner of Eleventh aud Cedir Mrccte.
AND DXAMns IN
! CHOICE FRESH MEATS
' OK EVERY DESCRIPTION,
, Comer 10th Mreet and Commercial av enu
I next door to the Uyland saloon.
I 11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND Dr.tl.F.U IN
EmiiTn Stbzkt, Betwhkn WAnixoTO
AiJJoliilDir Hl'tenhonae bo1 llniinr'i
Uen thn t.e-t or Ileet. Pork. Mutton Y al.
LMnli, Sauvase, etc., "Dil ars irpar'l to ft in
j cltuena in tha m'j aceenatile manner.
(Successor to Jamca lCynaton.)
BuTiinp.H aMd Dkalku it; all KiNim or
Coh.neh Ni.vrritNTn ant Poflau Stu.,
lluyrt and Maughten only the best catllu,
bogs aud sheep, and is prepared to till any
demand for froshmoata from one pound to
ton thousand pounds.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio I.cvee, bet, lib and nth Mrcot,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
A lino now Dining Hall with every con
venience haH been added to tbla popular
Restaurant, and tho guest) will 11 ml every
rcqublto for tholrnccoinodatlon,
! j'o " try suiisianiiai anil ucucacy u.
i suppllod with Ihn
CHOICEST L1QU0KS.WINES & CIGARS
j jmi.,! lMnU prepared with carp,
d a t l a a 1
l'UOVllilOKS' It T C.
Ohio Litis Qxivo, lti
$30,000 "WORTH OP GOODS
OX AND AFTER
l will sell my on tiro slock of
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
As t Hin determined lo close out my prosuut buMness u soon as possible.
N. H TO AVOID ALL MISTAKKS HKKHAFTEll. THIS STOCK
WILL UKSOhP STRICT!, V I'OJJ CASH.
.Iiilv 6, 1S73.
C U P V i: 11 A S
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C A 11 1J O L A T .12 O F h
J' I' Jl 1 A iN Cr A
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C Jl L O It I D E O F L 1
POWDERED C II A it C O A L .
IPO JR. S-A-TiOS .A.T IjOVT- PHICER
CORN Ml WASHINGTON AVHNTK A.VI) KICHTH STilKET.
2STO. OHIO LliVEE
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
iii iiffl MgMl.fAMj' UM
TnV Saint Charles u well and widely kno'.ynVi't the leading aud
LARGEST HOTEL Ef SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
And In ull the appointments of a ilrt-ol:.s hoiikc, has no compctior In Cairo, and 30 stipe
rlor In the tate outi-lde of'Chicai;o.
Tho Saint Charles is built In tho most solid and substantial manner of brick aid iron, Is
foiirhtorici in height, c.rliitlo of basement and attic, has a (rentage of 110 fct .on the
Ohio river, 125 feet on Second street and a wing lor culinary purposes; is In thorough repair
and will coinlortably accommodate 200 iruesU.
win no largely incrtaseu iltinug tlio preset year ny tne now ral
Cairo, aud whoso depots will bo In closo proximity to thu houc
will bo largely increased during tho preset
11 wuow uepois win 00 111 Close proximity to tuu uoue.
i-anies wisuim; 10 culmkc in inn iioici 11
purchase the entire property, ar one-third
eluding furniture nnd L'ood will, on ry
Or G. V. L'OCIIRAX,
11 PerdldoStrcct, New Orleans
la pti'ptnl to puptilr n'KimiHi tin t'l
PITTSBURG AND 1LLIN0I?
OO A T 1.
ORDERS Icll at Ualllday Bros. oUluo, e
omo lkvek. or at tho Coal Yard below the
Bt. Charles Hotel, will iccelve prompt atten
tion. The Tro "Montauk" will bring 001I
kirKtlde to steamers at any hout.r
?.Vr 11 Im-in I"- ,tV"s ,l0vep fu,"l,;l "n1"' t'-to Liniment "as
yetfdled tog.voperieoteatb.ctiou.ttnd scnled. Bo nuro nitd t leSSS
tt.l?dWlBi,; C; Mi? Vlvnn MEXICAN .WSTANG LMlENT?'
SnlSa. Brn ' t8'"nn'1' veUing,. Sold by all Druggists and Comry Store,
3tt '.?u,u. n? tor U? u,u,i t23o.,50o. and fl.OOpcr Bolt,; Vutiw
Xcatt. Nnfiiudyslwiildbaatlngloilay gtvlp, elzo of lajttlf. W f 1
M O CJILOUALU M
I M K
X A T E OF V O T ASH.
P 0 W D E R
Is now doing a line paying buslnni, wnicu
year by the new rail roam now belli; built into
iusinei.il haru now an excellent opprtunlty to
interest with management nfthe luslness, In-
filson:iDin w'rm.-, nt joh uguroi am easy ny
faro of TIeknor & C, ST. LOUIS,
BOOK FOB THK WW.tlOH
A Private CMstlr UMmrrta
or thos about to Man7. on tb rhxlo(lcat nrs
ttrln ami raralaUoDiorthiMxnaljjta,, wtlt fh.
laUit dlicoterln lo produclu aad DTHtiB. cff,
Thfifiaaf 'vtstlat CMrs4 and
six! pafM.wIth oumjrenj aatraTlaiaod oanUlaa
coouaplata marrlsPJ s a hi tus oiw5
to ba uadsr leek s4 k7 091 14 car.laii.
abool to hovM, (
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