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CAIRO BULLETIN.
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R 1
IN Mllea Ike Nartet Hontc
TO CHICAGO
ftUfclr Wllee ! n irsetl Hool
TO ST.LOTJI&
ISO CHANGE OF GARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. L0U16 OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
UM UAIKu TO
rMi.nii a. Iiannilla. Toledo.
Detrull. CUtelnttd, Mit Call
BufUlo. Iiuiuif(, wn onion
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York,
Boston and all t'oioti eaat.
LCro, 81. real and til point nottb.
hit ll OllO Iht 111) Oljtlt t'blt tO
Bloomlnxton,
Npnnield,
1 marla.
auinct,
,ck (eland,
Keokuk,
Bur
urlincfoa. Hick leland. L flle.
: - .
Meodote. Dixon. Free port,
OilNi, Iiitxj,ti, Mum -It,
OeaahaandallvoloU northwett.
Xletrant Drawing Boom Sleeping Ca
On all Night Trains.
Bafjrag Checked to all important point t.
Tor tiokete ud information, apply to 1. 0. K.I
deput I airot on board inetrantit steamer b
tweu Ootumbr and Cairo, and at tne prlnclp.
railro i tlukai office throughout the south.
W. P.JOHN-ii tn'I ar. AR't, Chlcaio.
A. MtrciiiL, Oen'l fup't. Chicago.
J. JOQNMON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANG H OF TIME.
Faesemrcr tram on the Illinois Central
cbsnife time t ttlay. from and alter 2:40
t ra. to-day trains will ruu as loliowa :
AKKIV,
XxpreM, dally , ...4:i)op. m,
JtJii, except Sunday ... d:lo a. w.
Kxpress. , .2:40 p.m.,
ilall, dally except Sunday p. ui.
kailroadt7mk table,
cairo. arkansas and texas r. it.
On and alter Monday, June P. 1873, traliie
will run dally, except sunduy. between
Ure-iiUdld's landing and Sikeetou, Scott
couuty, Alirtouil. o follows.
Leave OreentSeld'a 1000 a.m. and fi:30 p.m.
Arrive " 0M " " "
Charleston 10;t') " " C:10
flWesUm 7.10 p.m. G-fl tf
i
THE CAIRO AND V1NCENSKS
SHORTEST ROUl'K F 110 SI CA1HO
TO
Cincinnati, Inrtl innpolj, Toledo,
Ueirult, Cleveland, -NIuj,tj Fulls,
HuiJilo, i'llttbur, M'u9iltiKtou,
Boluuiure, l'lillidelplila, Sew York,
Bo, ton atid all Ki.lern 1'oluti,
CHANGE OF TIM E.
On and alter Tuesday, July 1, 1S73, trains
will ruu aslollotva:
Ojlng north leaves Calroat
Oo.Ui ouUl arrhes at Calioat..
, 4:00 a.m.
, yuu p.m.
MOCNII CUV ACCOMMOUATION.
(iolni; North.
Letves Cairo at .... 1 1 UCt a.m. and C:00 Ji.tu.
Golnj- South.
Arrives at Cairo at .::U0 u.ui. anil l:2."i p.m.
The expre train north arrives at Vln
ceuura at 12:a) p.m.. linking direct contiec
Hull it l.'tfjp.w , tl) llie iiidUnapolIa uuil
Vluceuuea rallrud lor luUian.ipulls, tho
great rullroa I centre, from which point
uuLt are departing at all hour.-, lor nil
voIuib In i t Culled .-ta ei Hint Canada. At
i.bp.ui nillj the Laiiitlllu iitul Craw-
Mlilr railroad, for 'lella IlitUte, Indt -nt,ip,
cIjIc fii, Danvillu and ull polntx
uurili, U tue terra llauto. KvaiHlllu anil
Ctilcugn rallroa I, ami east via the Vatidalia
Hue, iU'l ludiaiiapulla and St. l.ullU rullroad.
Atl:MiU) wltli Hie Olilo atid llsfl5Mppl
rallru.d, lur Cincinnati, .oulsllle, aud all
pulut. va.t, la Cincinnati.
l'aru.'tit koIii by tliln mute nrfl placed
in indUujp.ili., Cincinnati, l.uulrvillu. New
Yurk, llu-l ti, I'lilladelpltla, llaltltnore,
M'.hln,'tuti, aud all ea-lcrn po nt?, two Vu
hourp In' advance "I any other route,
Kxprr. train makes count ctlou at Kldo
nUo Mltu at. Luuis mid aotttheatterti tall
way, lor at. Luut, tit. Vernon (llliunln),
fcbiwui-etowo and all puluik Uutwveu KlUu
radu and at Luuls,
At NurriM t! tv nilfa rlntA pnnnprtinti
for prlix ield, Hock Irlatid, ami ult putuU
uti ipriun luatm llltuula aouiucaricru rail'
) and cult ei tluu-.
At Carinl nitu at. louIk, Evatisvllle, Utin'
der.un and Na-lillle mllway .lue. lor Ml
eru(D tlndlata). tvau.Ull, Ucudereon
ineutu.'k), uUllll ITVuiicbbu ), and ai
punt un au L , a., 11. and N'. railway aud
eutiutriioin.
lln -iia-'e cheeked to ull Important pointn
t-ar" ..r itik.MtM uti t tiitiiritintl.iti Mtntlv ut
the ticket ottlce, comer d vetitU etreet and
vumiDercl tl avenus, Cairo, ll.lnols.
J.nu. Lue, fuu't cuas. U. Wood,
On Pai'r and Tickot Ag'l
r. UCKSrlDE, Agent, Cairo.
Ult'Al. tEATIIKK KEI'OltT.
C.B. tila.SkK., UHNKKVKK'SUrrlCK, 1
Caiho, July 17, lo'y, 10:11 p.m. J
earometerW:9t.
rsometer &0 diKteep.
"tiid, loutneatt, velocity ? mlks per
cour.
Wtathtr. cloudr.
Mulmuo ttmpeutuie last !it hours, 92
uctsreu.
Mlntmua tirapemure, last 21 hours, 75
dsgreti. '
rrevallln? wind Ut St hour, southern.
ToUl number o! aU wind UMeUid, la.t
34 hours, HO.
Eawia OARLmTJ.Ob.erTcr.
Bt Beotch ale, stout porter, bod tight
year old bourbon wblikey tobti found unh
at the C'ystal lalooc, corner of Pulh ilreoi
and Commercial avenue.
blEAOALi. li l.ANt,
6-21 1m rropriuiors.
U&cki lor the Cairo, ArLamti and Texa
railroad, turtles Irom White A- Greer'.
it-ire. corner ol elxth t-treet and Ohio le ee
runaa tollowst
Leave at 8 a.m
4 p.m.
Aniveincitr at., 10 a.m.
" 6p.l
6- tf John Mkycuh, Agent.
CUEA1 IIUAItDING.
UcguUr hoardira at the Eurnpcuti botel,
lUrry Walker proprietor, receive board at
the rale ot iiO per month, M0-tf
tNVKLUl'ty.
Kine wbltet IiikI ai.d double X amber
single and double X Canary, be.t quality ol
loanJIla, blue Utter, etc., etc. bO.OuO fot
Je, printed at $3 frj to o so per thoutmd,
at the Hl'LLkTIN OKl-lCI!.
ICE CUEAM;8Ai.OU.N,
JU warm weather li approaching the
lover ot Ico cream will be glad to learn that
)f aaar. Saup A Clarkson have fitted up and
ftfurnlabed, in elegant it) If, their Ice creatn
Milan, Tbelr mammoth oda fountain liat
tag put in running order, and nothing
ItWMltar about U itabli.hment to mile
tt pleasure uad couiert of their 'p irons
BKKVITIE3.
The Colorado fiver li lubsldtng.
Vegetable of all klndi are plant;.
Base ball ll at a discount In thb
city.
Tobacco silei il tbo Planters" ware
house. Go.
Doctors report tho health of Cairo at
never being belter.
Fu'.l itock ladle liati at lets than one
tbird llielr vuluo, at Uartman'i. 7-10 tf
Tho Mississippi river Is falling at lb
rate of four Inchoi every twenty-unr
hours.
All klndi of tun picture! at J. Schilling
er't, Eighth itreet, betwen Wuibinion
nid Commercial avenues. ?-10tf.
The best Ireih meats in tho city are it
) found at Kynaiton'i, corner Twonlletl
itroel and Commercial avenuo. 7-10-tf,
Ulan fruit jars, porcolain lined, glass
lopped at Uartmau a.
7-IC tf
The Modoc ban ball club of Cain
will challenge the ttlvenldei. The Modocr
liellfve thoy can do better than the Etfyp
tiani
Thopoopleof MoUopolii are agglta
ting tbo sutject of a iteam ferry. M
Wm. McBantli at the hoad of the xnovu
monl.
Alt. Vernon, Indiana, a town ihort
dlitance from Evamrille, bsi bad to man
cases of cholera, that nearly all the poop I
haTo left the pluco.
l'hotograpbi and other plcturot at J
Scbleiluger's, Eighth street, bvtween
tVaihlngton and Commercial aronues.
7-lOtf.
A good suit of room to let, mltable
tor either offices or lleeplng rooms. En
quire f Elliot & Hatthukh.
7-lE-3t
iiutlneii in polico circlet lis anv-
thing but j;uod. The murals of our pro
pie are good, or the police are not too
diligent In arresting offenders.
If you want an extra good steak or
roast of beef, mutton, veal or porb, go to
.las. ICynaston'i, corner Twentieth street
and Cum mcrcm! avenue. 7-lCtf.
All baggage left at tbo Commercia
hotel, not claimed belore tho 18th of Julyi
will bo sold at public auction.
UUi. M. ,.
"WUITK,
ine omcors of tbe Fisk, report tbe
cholera ai rapidly abating in Faducab.
vuoiera bt, rnpiuir abi
lb , phytici.D; th(fr, h
vn issued circu
lar pronouncing tbe disoase as no longer
epiaemic.
Lor. City orders Jfa C902. ill 30
ana MSI, no 13, both of the new series.
A reasonable rewnrd will be paid tbe
tinder by leaving tbom at this office.
7-10 St
Tho fourth quarterly mooting of this
charge of the .Methodist church, will be
gin on Saturday ovoning noxt, and con
tlouo ovor Sunday. Hav. AV. J. Grant
nd othor ministers will be present.
Jim. Kynaton'a is tbe place to buy
your frosh meat. 'Die nicest, freshen beet,
veal, mutton and pork In the city li to bo
found Ht bit shop, corner Twontioth
ilrext and Commercial nveuuu. 7-16-tf.
Genu' half bote, 05 cent, a dozen, at
Ilttrtmaii'i. 7-1(1 tf
Huv. Fred L. Thomson who Ii.hu just
returnod from a visit to Metropolis, and
Massac county, report' there has not boon
a caso of cholera in that city or county,
nnd that vory little lckne of any kind
prevails there.
The owner of tho rod cow tnirod in
the sand nrar the Mississippi river, oppo-
sito tho old pewder magazine, bad better,
if be has any further use lor bur, reliuve
bur at once, otherwise she may hand in
bir checks, and bonco to that land
from wtonco red cows arc ntivar known
to return.
r. Fiucerald t hli rooms, corner
Fourteenth struet and Commercial ave
nuo. off. rs for sale Guinness' Forter &
Uas' ales and pure llennessy brandy
rid tbe genuine Asgosture bitters, all
Uret-ulass cholera cures. Try them
7-17 tf
Clark's throad flvo ceutt a spool at
Uartnmn's. 7-10 tf,
C. Uanny wishes the public to bo in
formed that he has on hand a stock ot
try goods and carpels as extensive us at)
in tbe Souinwest, and that ho is aolerm-
mod to sell everything at prices lower
than tbe lowest. Call on blm to-day and
xamine goods and prices, lie will aalisty
you both as to quality and cost.
Cuunty cuurt adjourned on Wounosday
evening. Tbe assessment list ai returned
by Alienor Gorsman wasapproved,and all
appeals from It dismissed. A number of
null which were laid over from the last
egular term of the court were allowed.
The court will not meet again until tbe
time for holding thenext regular term.
From partlei wbo passed through
Union City, Tennessee, yesterday mori
tug, wo loarn that cholera prevails there
io an alarming extent. Several promt
ncnl citizens of tbe place have died of tbe
lisoaie within tbe past few days. Our
informant states that nearly everybody
hat could get awav haa left, and that the
town presents a doleful appoarance.
ruu sited mosquito bars flfiy cents a
pair, at liariman's. 7-10 tf.
The contract for removing Jiicon
'ock In Ohio river, opposite this city, nea
the junction of the Ohio and Mississippi
Itai been revoked, the contractors having
tailed to comply with tbol
igroetnent. Efforts, however, will K
'tiado this fall to remove it, If tbe ilairi
if water will permit. This Is the rock on
which tbo steamer John Kyln struck somo
eighteen months or two yeara ago,
circuit coun, special mrm, win con
rene on Tuesday noxt. The chancery and
criminal dockets will bo taken up and dis
posed of. Tbo trial of tbe negro wbo
killed tbo mate of tbo steamboat Grand
Tower, while laying at tbe wharf In this
city sotm two months ago, will be Uken
up. The civil docket will not b opuood
until tbo next regular term of court,
wblcb will boon tho flnl Monday In &sp.
tetnber next.
Yesterday tiiornlng at about 11
o'clook, a young man named William
Chest, a brakemaa on the Cairo, Arkan
sas and Texas railroad, was drowned in
GromQeld bayou, near lbs landing, Chen
b id come to tbe river on the nori lng
train, and during tbe Interval Utwieo, tbe
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JULY
tlmo of arrival and deparluro of tbo train,
went Into the bayou to bathe, with the re-
ult a abov stated. Ills mother resides
it Charleston and was dependent nn him
for support.
-All kinds of jolly glai;os t Hart-
man's. 716 tf.
-An excursion to Paducah on tfai
teamer Tyrone will bo given on Monday
luly 21, 1878. The steamer will leavothe
wharf In this city at 8 o'clouk a.m..and re
turn at 7 o'clock p.m. Everything will be
o arranged as to give ladles nnd chlldret
very comfort posiibla. llach family will
e provided with a itato room, so that ll
o muthors w'fh to "stow their chlldret
-way" whore they can sleop without be
inq disttirbod, they can do so with per
ect satety. No liquor of any kind wil
allowed to bo told en the bnat. An ex-
ellent band of muslo has been engagnn
md will bo In attendance. Fair for tli
oun trip $2. A general Invitation I
atended to all who wish to enjoy them
olves for oco day, tbe management prun
sing to do everything in their power ti
nk tbe occasion ono long to be remuni'
ered. 7-l31ld.
PERSONAL NOTK3.
J. Mnllory was in St. Louts yoitor
lay.
Mr. Thomas Moore, has boon appoint'
ed postmaster at Metropolis.
Mr. Charles B. Hurd has left for bit
now home In Denver, Colorado.
Mr. 0. .Scbulti of Grand Tower, ar.
rived in tbe city yesterday evoning.
J. M. Elfor, a prominent citizen ol
Uloomlngton, Illinult, is registered at tlu
St. Charles hotel.
Will Murphy, deputy United States
rovenuo collector for tlili district, was in
(be city yesterday.
Cnpt. I). Ilurd is not in Montana, tbe
report ot the St. Louis 'Times' to tbo con
trary notwithstanding!
Kev. Fred. L. Tbompson and family.
who havo been on a short visit to Matiao
county, returned yesterday.
Captain K. C. Welriclr, of tho Miss
V. T. Co., Is spending a short furlough in
St. Louis, lie will return on Sunday,
Kov. J. 0. Groen, wbo ipent several
weoks in this city enlisting recruits for
Colorado, ii now in Maisao county, and
has stirred up quits a Colorado fever
among tbe pnople there.
Mr. AVm. 11. Thorn!, commiwion
merchant, aftor a season of ard work-,
has takon n vacation nnd bis family nnd Is
rusticating in tho country. If closn at
tention to business entitles a man to a hol
iday, Thomas has earned a long ono.
Guests at tbe St. Charloa botel yester
day wero II d Brown, Mt. Vernon, Illi
nois j W II Erwin, Evansvilloj W E
Finch, Chicago; C J Jonos, Contralia j
F O Dowel, Cincinnati; J D Kelley, ti.
Louis; CStono, Kentucky: M C Bryson
St. Louis; John E Curd, 'Murray, Ken
tucky; M Hammond, St. Louis; 11 Arm-
strong, St. Louis; J McCutlough, Alma,
Illinois; II Perry and wife, Arkansas;
Harry Pnttorson, Arkansas; O J Hub-
bord, Miss M B Uubbord, Princetown, Il
linois, F M Robertson, Kankakon, X I li
nois; John Conors, Paducab, Kentucky;
J O Tbomp4on, O II Evertt, Djxtor Jlty,
Missouri; James A Vmi, Settor's Minns,
Illinois; A M McDjnald' Cauada; J Mc-
Gollvay, Point I'leasunt, Missouri ; Frank
loung, JatTerion City, Missouri; John
Purrul, Chicago; B L Webb, Loulsvillo,
Kentucky; N ROIcott, Marshal, Texs
D Louis, Paducah; G G McDuu", Cm-
cinnatt.
Mr. William Wintor, the celebrated
artl.t of this city, has discovered n process
iiy wblcb plcures may be taken as rap
idly by moonlight as by sunlight, and
with all the effouts of light and shade. A
tew nlgnts ago, in an auspicious moment,
no got m most beautiful moonlight picture
it Mr. Phil. Howard. Ills as natural as
life; and the only objection tbe ULpreju-
diced critic can urge against it is that It
adds too much to the airy or rather spirit
ual gracefulness of that gentleman's bend-
some leaturos. To-night Judge Bros will
it for bit picture, and Mr. Winter has no
doubt but bo will be able to make tbe
moonbeams capture and tlx upon paper
every feature of the judge's highly Intel
lectual countenance. It Is tbe purpose of
Winter to use this Invention to takn pic
tures of moonlight excursions on ibe river,
moonlight walks of lovers, and so-fortb.
It will bo perfected in a few weeks, and
n tbe meantime bo will continue to take
nun photographs In tho highest style of
tbe art, at bis splendid new gallery on
Sixth ttreet botween Washington and
Commercial avenues.
OAIRO AND VINOENNES RAIR
ROAD.
Mn. Editor The Cairo and Vincennei
railroad, now completed and running be
tween these two cities, it one whose merits
nnd advantages ought to bu brought be
fore the travelling public with a promi
nence that in importance warrants.
1klt road ono bundrod and tlfty -seven
ml os In length, runs, a greule portion
of it, through a Que, productive
region of counntry that Is fait deval
uing its rich agricultural resources,
somo portions of land contiguous to this
railroad, Is not excelled in point of fer
tility any where. In point of finish and
completeness, tbo Ctiro and Vinccnnes
road is flrst-clms. Tbo road-bed is splend
id aud the track is smooth and finely hal
lasted. No road in the state has any bettor
rolling stock thin thk la a word
this new and popular public thoroughfare
's in construction aud complitoneis,
ll is with pliasuru that I boar witness
to tbo courtesy ntlability and kindness of
the ollicors and men connected with this
road. They are all aiiontive and obliging
to patsongers and caretul of all property
entrusted to their care.
From tbe central office atCalro,tbrough
to Vlncenties, 1 have not seen a single dis
obliging or overbearing official.
At Cairo, everything is done tbut can
be to make passengers comfortable by
agreeable surroundings.
The roal, rolling stock, officers sod wen
are certainly a success. .
Wltbiucb men as Gen. Buroilde, Giq,
Wlnilow, Me). Lee, Col. Wood and Ut,
ttili rond I A
Burnildo at the
can but bt euccasifu!
liiid
An Item of great
a H.mol gr.a " , ,
tmDortanca to too
uikjv. luuiu wi . I
By thonow time table, pa-tongur leave
Cairo at 1 o'clock in the morning, make
cloia connection at Vlticcnnos, and reach
Cincinnati at 8.15 tho ramo ovtiing
ImraeaUtoly taUo tho
Cincinnati express, pass wave-
MVUW t'H.W-D -
tand at 7:10 tho noxt morning, Uuffain
IslOlntho aftornoon, and ronch Albany
at l:ti tho eamu nl;:tit.
Wo Ult Cairo at 1 o'clock Tuotday
morning, and wai in Aibtvny AVodnesdaj
tubl at 1:40.
I know of no way that passengers Irom
Cairo, and the country South can reach
tne Est any sooner than by tbis route
I bavo never mado tbe journoy in less
time, even from p'lnli farther cast than
Cairo. PMengM can go by Indinnapo
In if tbov choji'?. and make the tamo
time.
Travelers going'Eattfrom Cairo and tbe
Joulh bavo in tbe Cairo and Vlncenne
riad a short, direct, commodious and
oleaiant ruuto.
All the official! along the I
road are gontlomanty In their attentions
ind kind in their intorcourao with passen
gers. The fare to all tho principal cities
f tbe east li aa low as by any other line
ad tbe time less. The 0. and V. road is
ihe one to tttko when going cast.
Yours. H. Ii, TrtATr.H.
POLICE COURT.
Robort Kornthal for using offensenslvo
languge, wm arrefted by LaHuo. He
wai veiterdvT morning taken before
Judge llron for trial. Ho was aisessed
41 and tbo "inseparables," for which ho
gave lecunty.
Delia Constant, the colored girl who did
tho pilfering frera the residence of Mr.
John Ilylattd, bad a hearing yosterday
morning, and was held to ball In the sum
of $100 for bor appearanco at tbe next
toimof tho circuit court. In default of
bail she was turned ovor to tho tender
oaro of Dick Fitzgerald,
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
u...... it M,vil,n A- I'.o.. instead ot re
tnovinii tholr -'n3 stock of goodt from
their nJJ stand, on the Ohio live., to tbo
one occupied oy mem ai inu corner tii
... . . . i
Nineteenth and Commorcial avonue, bav.
log met with tuccess In their new store
far beyond thoir most sanguine expocta.
lions, tboy havo concludod to consolidate
for tho present at least, their buclneit.
In tho moantimo their storn houee on tho
levoo will bo given a thorough overhaul
ing and placed in perfect repair. Thank
ing tho public for pant tavort thoy rerpoct-
fully tollclt a continuance of tbe same
7-lStf
ESTRAY NOTICE.
TaUeti up by the utidesignod in lay-
lortvlllo, on Wednesday July 10th, a yel
low and white cow, crumpled born, heart-
shaped, and wbito in forohead. Hi
calf. Tho owner can havo tho cow and
caif by proving property and paying ox-
pontoi. S. I), Lfo.MM.
July 17, IP73.
NOTICE.
Omi. Caiiio and 3t. Louis R. R Co.
Caiko, Ills., July 17, 1B73.
A mooting of tbe directors of this com
pany will be bold on Wednesday, the 23d
instant, at 10 o'clock a m., at tbo office of
Messrs. U. R. Peyton & Co., No. 304 North
Fifth itreet, in the city of St. Louis, Mis
souri. S. StaaTo Taylor, Treaidont.
NOTICE.
Widow Allen will hold a ball on Satur
day evening tho 19th, at tbo corner of
Nineteenth and Poplar. Sbo is' a deserv
ing woman and we hope all will take a
ticket only Cty cents. 7-l8-3t.
EXCURSION TO DENVER.
M and St. L Packet Company, i
AQEMT'a orrica, Cairo, July 1,1U78.
Tbe Memphis and St. Louis Facket
company now offer for tale round trip
tickets from Cairo to Denver and return
$79, good for ninety days from date of
tale. Also regular ticketi on tale for
Kansas City, Omaha, Topeka, Lawrence,
San Francisco and all principal points
west, and by river and rail to all polnit
south. For further Information call at
the company's office, No. 71 Ohio levee,
under Citv National bank, Cairo, Illinois.
Jauks Mallory, Tickot Ag'l.
Sol. A. Silver, Passenger Ag't.
7-1-tf.
KYNASTON TO THE FRONT.
Mr. James Kynaston, whose reputation as
a butcher Is par excellent with the people
ol this city, has opened a new meat
etiop near the corner of Commercial avenue
and twentieth street, next door to Mr. Pat
Burl's grocery store. It Is a well luown and
aclnowledged fact that Mr. Kynaston, dur
ing hli loug experience lu tbe meat burl
n ess lu this city, never offered to his custom
ers anything but the choicest of every Jtlnd
of meat. He Is a good Judge of cattle, and
buys nothing hut the youngest and attest,
and as a cousequenco has the best of beef.
The aanio may be eald of every kind of meat
sold by him. (live him atrial, and our word
lor it, you will always be ploaBcd. IMS-tf
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A two. story bouse on Commercial ave
nuo near tbo cornor of Nineteenth stroot,
The house is forty foet long by twenty
two fcot wldo. It contains ton rooms and
kltcbon, and a good cistorn and necessary
out-bouses ara attached to It, It is woll
ventilated and well adapted for a business
bouse or dwelling. It is inabusincts part
of tho city and hat been newly painted
anil ronovatod inside and out. Apply to
John Hcuakty,
River Shannon House, Ohio Lovee,
Cairo, Illlnoit. 7-8-lm,
SCOTT'S NEW BILLIARD BALI,
NOW READY.
On Thursday, July 17, W. T. Scott will
opon bis now building on Commercial av.
enus. A splendid fro lunch will bt
spread at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon, end
a grind ball will bo given at night, to
whlob all his old friends and euitooori
sru respectfully invited. lie has purcbssod
a large stock of fine wines and liquors,
snd Invites his frloudi to call around and
staple them, 7-IC Ct
IB, 1878
NEW PlKST-CLASfl BARID.U'
t!k: aiior.
.MoIlcnr-Bo A' Ca, "f Orlwiii,
bkTO COlbthls cit? to Stat, tt)l hTSJ
Ul. ... t .....nTnrf hv Hill.
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OT.U.J b-
workmon ara all Brst-clus at.d art pre
pared to out hair, thavo, sbamroot lc t
lbs Try latest stylos. All they ask Is a
trial. They respectfully tollclt a sbarc, of
public patronage. Mcllr.NEt note co,
7-16-lt
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A rare chance Is offered to tomo man
ilth money to Invest In xood paying
property In the most desirable part of tho
city. Two lots, 60 feet front on the avo-
nuo, house 3 stories. Two large itores
cau be fit tod up on tho first floor, tho up
per stories are well arrangod for olllcoi or
dwelling!. For further particulars en
quire Of .10 UN l. 11AKMAN a uo.,
rtoal Kslalo Agonis, uairo, ins
THE HAilUKlt.
Clin. Helm, Sixth streot, near Ohio levee
has lust laid out a conitderablo sum ol
m iticy In repainting, papering, and In every
way repairing hli barber shop, and bli Is
now one of tbe nicest, If not the nicest ton
serial V3kauiisuui-uk IU W, C.CtlU ,
mnv, none but Ant-class workmen lu bin
--.1.1 ILL. . I ,,UM a.,,.
shop, and wo venture to say the two young HAMS Jlugar cured canvased are quo
men wbo now hold situations there, cinnot . ted at 14lCc. Plain country cured
be excelled In their calling by any other I ohni. at iuoted at llijc.
barber or barbers In tho city. Trythrm. , i.ARD-Reflntd Is Quoted In tierces at
6-17-tf
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NEWOOOU.S.
Mr. Anna Lang on Eighth street, betwecu
Commercial and Washington avonues, has.
ust opened out a stock or new and fashion
able millinery goods. She has one hundred
and fifty different styles of hats and bonnet,
beilde a large aaiortmeut of ribbons, flow
ers and notions of all sorte, all of which wil
be sold at tho lowest prlcen.
Summer Attention tn 1 ho
trade. Having a largo selec
tion of linndsome white goods
iMitf nlinnn "Rnficifn An nlfti-
ciennis, plain stripeci anu ng-,
nrwl lv1r. Swiaq'o. nlfiill
striped and Jigurcd ; ictona
laWHS, plain Striped 1111(1 iiff
i ArarsGiHcs ;n ,.eat va,.;
; 2
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cues aim jmuuuia, itiitir-uuns
patterns 5 HnCll lawns, white
a.twtA .Vnvonnin linrtrl
some figures and designs; em-'
broidoreis in large assort-:
ments ; white trimmings in
large assortments ; linen suit
ings in all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsome patterns :
have in store a very complete,
largo arid seasonable assort
ment of dry goods very cheap.
J. liANNY.
P. S. Please call, no trou
bio to show goods. tf
MAl'KET REPORT.
Puick Orntir.NT Orncx,
Thur-dev Evening, July '7, 1878 f
OKNKP.AL HEMAHKS.
Tbo market for white corn continues
very animated and prlcos are firm and ad
vancing, but in all probability bavo now
reached their limit, Receipts are light
and the market is kept bare by tbe de
mand for milling purposes. Mixed corn
is plenty and slow salo. Tbero Is a better
telling in the flour market and the In
creased demand has reduced tbe stocks
considerably in the last few davs. Corn
meal continues active and firm, at an ad
vance of lG'20c over last weeks quota
tions. Receipts are light and tbe market
It bare.
jt7Cor respondents should hour in mind
fial thus quotations are for round lots
from first bands. For broken and small
lite, and in filling orders, an advance of
I to 3c is charged over these prices Jfl
FLOUR The market nhows a belter
fieling, although tbore is no advanco lu
prices. The demand has improved, an
slocks are running low. Sales reported
embrace 600 bbls various grades, $58;
100 bbls choice family, $8 25; 800 bblt
XXX 0 7507, and 300 bbls various
grades, Jl8 20.
HAY Wo note a sale of 1 car prime
bay at f 14, dollvered. There la nothing
at all doing bere.
CORN Tbe demand tor white corn
continues very active, both for shipment
and to supply tbe local willing demand.
Receipts are short and transactions
are limited for want of supplies. Mixed
corn Is quiet and unchanged. Sales em
brace 10 cari white in bulk on track 47o;
'I cars do ISc; 3 cars 'sold early, s oked
aud del 6Gc, and 2 ears sold to-day, sacked
and del at 58c, aad 1 car utliod, sackud
and del sold at 47c.
OATS Tho demand is small and sup
ply limited. Wo nolo a sale of I car,
racked and del at 3Sc.
CORN MEAL Stocks are light and
prlcos Arm, Tha demand contlnuot ac
tive. Salos embrace 300 bbli stoam dried
del $3; 3 cart do do $3, and 2C.0 bbls (In
3.
1)R AN Quiet and dull, there being uo
dumend and none tolling. Quoted 11
II 50, sacked nnd dolivorod.
BUTTER Unchansod. Common It
plenty and dull, choico fresh flnde roady !
title nt outside quotation!. We uote sales f
of40pkgt itriclly choice t 2Bo; COO lbi
common to choice lo2tV, and 1,W lbi
choice 18020c. I
EGGS-PIeaty and dull ; prices tend
dnnnward. Sales. 30 )kgt fresh receipt!
it 12c; 500 do tlo 12c, and 600 dos do 10
CUICKENa-Old oiiicneiis aro
1..11
..1.. vt, .n Milrknnt nsa a ittr
ie, tuun w-..
market, at 2 to $3 according tolz na
condition. Hale wer 60 doeen young 9.
to $3 ; 60 doion old 18 50(3,8 71 ; P1
young at $'2 50, and 2 coops old 3 50.
FRUIT Very little coming. TM
mnW ll onflnod to appt d bUek-
bkl. We note saie's.ofjo boxes i buih
on. or apple, at 80 to 60cjptjr bbi.
Hl0VI3I0N3-Tb market conttnun
arm ana uncuaogea. Sales were
4,000 lbs clear sides, packed and dul 10c
ili Piiouidsrs, packed and del 8c,
and 2,000 Ibt plain bums 12jc.
TEAS. Imperial, 761 26; Gunpow
der, 731 21 j Oolong black, 70fl
Young Hyson, fll 40.
CHEESE. Good detnaud ; Now York
factory $ lb 16) 17c.
bYRUl'H Tbo domatut Is fair for
choico at C0c$l ? gal, and New Or
leans at 7M33UC.
PLA TEIUNO HAIR Mo V bushel.
LlME.ln loti 1 X to 1 60 e bbi.
CEMENT. At wholesale 2'2 50
bbi.
COAL OIL.-22C
GUNNIKS.-ltn-fPwtxl 2J buMieh 18c
B busLolt Oc.
BIMILAP3. 2 busboli rorn, ot
' tfiti- Jo 10 ox 10c: 4 bushli Oat" 510 6
busheli 21cj 0 bushels 21c.
11EESWAX.-Vlb30c.
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HOAI. Schaeffer's Gormn moltled
7jc; Champaign soap, 7Jc
TALLOW, "f lb 7c.
COFFEE Scarce and Arm, Java tell.
log at C0Wc; Laguayra 24(3)2&r, Rio
. ..t .lrtr.
Prlm t0 cMco "S2'
Bo and In kegs at 910c.
BREAKFAST BACON 12c.
SUGAR. Coffee A quoted at 13c
1414Je for cruhed, powdorrJ and gran
ulated. 41P.OOMS. - Dull, common home sell
at t 00 to 2 10, choico and extra rboice
$38 7fi; steamboat t WD 00.
FREIGHT Cotton, cocoroseed t:
New York, 8So; to Hof
comprciifvl, to Nw Yotk
ton $1.
RATES To New Or!on
burg: Potatoes, appls, otc,
(1.
llltO
Un.
(let-
and Tick i
30c, pork
hay i
per ton; waisuoy 11 loporbw.
TO MEMPHIS Hour, etc !5c per tbl
riAMitJ 9mtni I a nn Aurt lib 41 rut
j,,,,. wJmij0y poo ror bbi; pork coe por
bbi.
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ATTOHNEY COUNSELOR AT lS
CAIRO. ILl.l.NOIrf. i
Oflico over Hrst National bank. WMn j
WILLIAM .!. AI.T.KN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Ofllceover KIrrt National batik. S-lO-Sm
GRBKN & GILBKRT,
ATTORNEYS
an
COUNSELORS
AT LAW,
Willlao H.Oreea,
William B mibert,
Milee F.ftilktrt,
OA I HO, ILM.NOIrt.
9Dota. attention aiten le Admlrallr aad
tnboet bnslnete,
i t ioi onto lite, aoows 7 ahd 8 ovn
orrr batiowal iiavk.
John II. Mulkey.
MULKEY
Wlllatn C. Mulkey.
Si SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Office, rear rooms over Hannon's boot
store,
HO. 121 COMMStlCIAL AYSWUK,
Between Seventh and Eighth streets,
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On Elfiilk Btreel, between Commercial and Wash
mitm Aveunos. Is dailr reoeltlni
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
or Tni
latubt srRiKn ao luaa stylbs.
tHiMtt a full tics of
BOWITBTB e HATS
ITrimmed and nt mmniea,!
KhlMIll FLOWKIW. RIBbOXS, THIMatlNOb
of all kinds, I,-.i, eto,, to..
' .NE(iB T'' UMggMi
MVItS
ind ill ether arttelit usually found in
F1RBT.OLAS3 MILLINXRY STORE
airs. McOee. In addition to her stock of
I sncy snd MllUnery Goods, hat a An and
ompiete assortment or Cincinnati Custoos
mide Udie,' Md MiMi' Shoes I Chff
.e?,L"00,Bfka1.u Color. Tkm
sreacksowledfed to be the finest and beet
STSr in tii maelrAt nrf ttita It, .w. AmI
tft'-i the citv that uaks thsm specialty
Our Home Advertiiorf.
HALL1DAY BROTHERS
GENERAL AGENTS
tfOnWARDINQ amp COMMISSION
aKHOHAHIS,
DEALERS IIS FI OUR ;
lad iaat of
OHIC MTSa AD SAKtAVtA
SALT COMPANTB0.
7d Ohio Lkvuk,
UAtao. Ui.ioi.
bl UjLEK k PARKBR,
GENERAL COMMISSION
ITORW A RD1NG M KRC1U NTH,
.at-
DKALKHB IN FLOUR, CORN
OatB, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS f ok FAIRBANKS SUA LES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
COFFEY. PACE & CO.,
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a y it
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
iiKAl.trtf IN
HAY,
CORN.
OATS,
MEAL,
FLOUIt AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
OAIRO, ILLINOIS.
3-12tf
t.TAHLI!ir.D l3S.
J. 0. MATHEWSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Agent for
HA7AKD and DcroitT Powdkb Co.,
AUGUSTA i GA.
r-?..1m
S. D. Ay inc.
E. J. AY1B
AYERS 4 CO.,
FLOUR
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MEH0HANT3
No. 78 Outo Lstbb, Cairo, Ills.
l-7tf, ' '
PE T E tt UUUlt,
KxclDilvc
FLOOR MERCHANT
AND
No, ao OHI0 LRTBK,
3-'J0 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILIsIPS,
Forwarding and Commisiion
MERCHANT,
WHAKF-BOAT FBOPBIBTOa
prop trc I to
forward H kinds of freight
to all points.
avBatloMs tindit to Broapu;
WOOD BITTBNHOU.n ft BRO
FLOUR
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Gaeil OonmlNloo Urkaat.
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