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ILIjINOIS OENTltALi It It
100 Mil HtsnrlsMSi Hoiito
Blghly llethllliiirl'l Mint
TO ST. LOUIS
NO OliANOK OK OAKS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE OUANOK OF OAKS
OM CAIHO TO
Cincinnati, ..llannpolN. T$'''' y.ii,
Detroit. 0 eteliind, Majfara
MuSSo PiUebulR, WwhUuton.
M.llluire, Philadelphia. Nw lnrlt.
Ho. Ion noil all point "it.
Mllwtutle. Janesfllle, Malls.n,
llu I also thr c.nlj illiecl mute in
Ueealur, Mlootnlnnton, NiinHl.
IVorla. tluincj, Keokuk,
But miv-n, Sock Maud, I ".
Malena, lhibnque. flout Ultr.
Omaha and all points northwest.
Klogant" Drawing Koom Sleeping Ca"
On all Night Trains.
Wuk Cheeked loall Important point".
Tot ticket and information, apply to t. 0, IU
depot at alroi on board tne trnn.lt steamer be
Imi Columbus and Cairo, and at the prlnclp
rallroal ticket offices throughout the nouth.
W. P. JOHNSON. Oen'l raff-. An t. thloajo.
A. MircHiu, Oen'I.Hup't. Chicago.
.1. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
V'aascngcr train on tho Illinois Central
change time t")-a:iy. From and alter 4-10
i). in. to-day tr.iliii w 111 run a billow .
ltxpre", dally ..AM p.'.ui.
Mail, except Sunday . . . .H:K . in,
Express. . . p.m.,
Mall, dally except Miiw.iy . .11:0.1 p. 111
KAILKOAD T1MB TA11LK.
CAIUO. AHKA.V3AS AND TKXAS It. It.
On and alter Monday, dune !), IST.'I, train
will run dallv, except Sunday, between
OreontieldN landing and Sikcslou, Scott
county, Missouri, at follow :
Leave Grcenllcld'e 10.00 a.m. and fitfo p.m.
Arrive " M " " Mu
Charleston 10:10 " " U:10 '
" Sikcston 7.10 p.m. 0-H tf
TUB CAIRO AX!) Vl.VCE.VXHS
SnOUTRST V.OUTK FKOM OA 1 110
Cincinnati, lndl.mapoli-, Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, Nl.igra Kali",
HUffalo. Pitt-burg, Washington,
.Baltimore, l'lillidclphi.i, Sew Vork.
Ho. Ion and all Ka-it-ru Points,
On and alter Tile-day, July I, 16T.1, Ir.iliis
will run a follows :
Going north leaves Cairo at 4:00 a.m.
UolDg south arrives at Cairo at ... 11:1(1 p.m.
At 01' Ml CITY ACCOMMODATION.
Leases Cairo at.... 11:3.1 .1.111. and i!:00 p.tn.
Arrives at Cairo at .MAI a. ui, and 1:23 p.m.
The express train north arrives at VI11
cennea at 12:20 p.m., making direct comiec
tiou at 12:30 p.m. .with the Indianapolis and
Vinoennes railroad lor Indianapolis, the
great railroad centre, trum which point
trains are departing at all hours, lor all
Wilms In tbe united Stales and Cauada. At
ivlih the t'Liu-iiUy and C'nuv
1 dilillle railroad, for Terra Haute, India,
nai olii., Chicago, Danville and all points
north, ia tho 'terra Haute, Kvausvlllu uml
Chlcogo railroad, and eat n thu Vandalia
line, and IndlanapolU .iiidt. Louis railroad.
At 1-..V) p 111. uith the UIiId and MI-M.v-ipiil
railroad, fur Cincinnati, l.ouisillu, and all
points east, via Cincinnati.
Patenters goln hj tliii route are placed
In Imliauapolii,CIni'inuati, l.oultvlllc, New
York, llotin, l'hlladelplila, llaltlmoro,
Wathln'ton, and all ealern points, tule
hours In advance of auv other route.
Expre-s train makes connection at Kldo
radu with St. Louis anil .xouthearderu rail,
way, tor St. LoilU, Mt. Vernon (Illinois),
riuawneetown, and all polni- between l.lim
rado ind M. Louis.
At .S'orris Cay makes close connection
lor -priDoew, kock island, anu uu point'
on sprlnglleld and Illinois : southeastern rall
way and connections.
AtCarml with St. Louis i:ausvillc, lieu
dcrwn and Natuvllle railway line, lor Mt,
ernon (ludlaiiai. Kvanlllo. Henderson
(Kemuckyi, Nahllllu (Tennessee), and all
potntiou at. 1... K., 11. and N. railway and
lineup checked to all Important points.
S3TFor tickets and Information apply at
the ticket otllce, corner Soontli Ktreet and
lommercui aenuc. Ca 10. Illinois.
J NO. Lkk, Sup't, Ciias. O. Woon,
(ien. l'fti'r and Tickut Ag't
U. K. Ut!P..Ssli)K, Agent, Cairo.
LOCAL Vi:.VTiIKU KLI'OIM .
U. s. sin, Sek., oiikklvkhM Ofkick,
Caiko, July ai. Ib7:I, 10:11 p.m. J
inu, i-alm, tlnciu 11 mile
hour. Weather, clear.
.uaxiuium luiiticruture l-t 'i liour. Ml
Minimum tetupcialutc, last 'it lioiirf, HI
l'revaUlng wind last 'Jl hours, noilh.
Total numlar of miles wind travelled, last
n uours, :.
K.dwi.s (1aki.m, Observer,
Heit Scotch ale, nout porter, mid uinht
year oiu uouruon wniKe t bo found onlv
at tht Cryit&l iKloon.cortmrof Slxtlntrei'i
and Commercial avenue.
Stkauala i: Lank,
62& lm Proprietors
Hacks lor theJCalro, Arkansas and Texa
railroad, startlns from White A (irecr's
tore, corner ol Sixth street and Ohio levre
run as follows:
'Leave at 8 a.m.
- 6 p.m.
HJj ti John Mkvkiis, AciiI.
Iteyular boarders at the Kurojieau hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, receive board at
the rate of iiO per month. .VlMf
Fine white; single and double X amber
ingle and double .V Canary, best ipiallty ol
mtnllla, blue letter, etc., etc. fiO.OOO for
ale, printed at $.1 M to U M jier thousand,
at the IIUM.KTIM OrricK.
A warm weather is approaching the
Jowl oi ice cream will he cUd to learn tiiat
Uemn. Saup ACIarkaon bac littnj up and
reftiraUbed, in elexaut style, tbelrke cream
parion. Tlielr mammoth aoda louuuin has
alo been put In runnluK order, and nothlni;
hiffABtlnx about tlie establishment to make
tbepUMure and uomlort of tlielrpatrom
There wero a groat many country
pooplo in town yostorday.
l'robato court, Judyo llrosi presiding,
was in session yesterday.
Circuit court, special session will con
veno this morning at nlnn o'clock.
Full stock ladles liatsat less than one
third their value, at Uarlman's. 7-10 tf
Mr. Henry Klliott and lady left on
tho Sunday afternoon train for a trip in
-Tho Sam Huberts, from St. Louis, ar
rived yesterday, and will return to-day
with a tow of salt.
All kinds of sun pictures at.l. Scliloslng
or 1. .Kiglith street, between Washington
ntid Commercial avenues. 7-lUtf.
Tho Grand Towor left yesterday for
St. Louis, lowing the hull of tin- now
steamer "Kannlu Tatum,
Tho best fresh meats in tbo city aro to
be found nt Kynaston's, corner Twentieth
street and Commercial avenuu. 7-lti-tf.
- Ulasa fruit Jars, porcelain lined, glass
topped nt Ilartmnn's.
7-1 1) If
Uapt. X. II. Thitlewood and family
aro away from tho city making a tour of
tho L'astern stntu, They will bo absent
l'hotogrnphs and other pictures at . I.
Schlesiiiger'a, Kighth street, between
Washington nml Commercial avonues.
Tho Conservatory ol .Mule has been
closed until September llrst, or therea
bouts. Mr. Curticu will bn aluctit from
tho city during that time.
Tho Fulls Pilot arrived from Mem-
phi Sunday, with two empty barges.
Sho has gom to UondoMoti and will re
turn to Memphis with a tow of coal.
If you want an extra good uteak or
toast of beef, mutton, veal or pork, go to
.las, Kynaston's, corner Twentieth street
and Commercial avenue. 7-lCtf
Tho John Uillrnoro arrived at this
port from St. Louis on Saturday. Sho
camoont light. Slid returned yctorday
with two barge of coal and one empty
All kinds of j.dly glns.r,. Ht Hnrt
nmn's. 7-lli tf.
Tho Nick Longworth will bring up
wio inacninory of thu T. II. Atliuo from
Hln ........ I. C it. 1,. ,
...w ...u.m, o, ,Y mm river, w hero t was
loft ly thu crow ofthn Kcknrl, alter being
I I-.U LTVII,
Iho towboat lleo is ronorted to Lo
..h.v-..u ,, 0I lU0 .muj.tjftrg nCHr
n rvpntl nil rn . . .
(.ran-l Tower. Tho Sam Hoborts spent on
hour yesterday in trying to pull her off.
but did not fucccod.
Jim. Kynaston's is tho nlaco'to buv
yuuriresn meat. TI10 nicest, frosbest beef,
vein, mutton and pork in tho city is to bo
found nt his shop, cornor Twentieth
street and Commercial nvenuo. 7-lC-tf.
I'artiei from Clear Creek precinct
stato that tho cholera lias near about dis
appeared from that locality, and that
noariy everybody who wont away during
its provaleneohus roturned. Hetwecn flf
teen und twonty deaths havo occurred.
Oan. llartmati oflura for sulo his fino
spring wagon. It is suitable for either
family uso or a dolivcry wngon, and can
bo bought at a bargain. Any ono Jdcsir-
ing a wagon of this kind should cull upon
him and learn his terms. 7-lfi-tf
1'. Fitzgerald nt his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street and Commercial nve
nuo, oilers for sulo Guinness' Porter A-
llass' ales and pure Ileiiucssy brandy,
and tho eonuino Ar.i?osturo bitters, all
llrst-e.lats cholera cures. Try them
C. lluuny wlhra tho public to bo in
formed that ho has on hand a stock of
dry goods and carpets as oxtensivo aa any
in tho SouthwuU, and that jhu is determ
ined to soil everything at prices lower
than tho lowest. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. Ho will satisfy
you both us to quality and cost.
A. J. Carlo's livery, sale, and board
ing stables aro among tho most popular in
stitutions of thu kind in tho citv. Iloreo
left lit his stable receive tlrst-classcaro and
aro fed on good sound gruin and hay. His
livery horse aro among tho bust in tho
city. Ho 1ms several that can lm dnvon
by ladles with perfect s-ufetv. Give him
a trial. '
Full sized mosquito Irir .11 fly cents a
pair, al llartmau s. 7-lli tf.
Mr. (i, Corbett lloden is prepared to
give instruction on tho pia'iu and
orgun, and in the cleuiontary princi
ples ol music, in thorough bafs and har
mony, either in private lossons or classes.
Mr.Hoden may bo found at ilannuu s book
store, on Commercial avenue, where all
information in regard t term, etc , will
bo furnished J-20-nt.
Mr. Junius K Winston, tho popular
Fourth ward butcher, has opened a now
meat shop at tho corner of Twentieth
street and Commercial avenue, whom he
is prepared to enrvo cintoiuur with tho
ben meats to ho found in thu market, llu
purchases all his own cuttle, and ni a con
sequence, knows ut what ho is oll''jrIng
to hi patron, whom lm always trys to
pleate, S.jo his card in another column of
this moruine, s lii i.i.r.ll.N.
Gents' half lioie, C, tents a dozen, at
Dr. Lavarty, homoeopathlst phy.
ctan. late ol Shaw neetown, lias located in
this city, and intends makini; it his homo.
Tho doctor come to Cairo well reconr
mended, and icl'ers to the olllcers of tho
first national naiik ot hhawneetown, to
whom ho is well known, having practiced
his profession among them for years, lie
solicits a fair share of Uin patronage of
our citizens. 7-'JO.tf
Tho excursion yesterday on the
steamer Tyrone, did not "pan out" as well
at was anticipated it would, Only about
two dozen persons went out on the loat
from this place. JIow many moro were
picked up along tho route, wo did not
learn, but it was expected there would bo
a good crowd from this city, iiowovor,
those that did go hail a good time, and en
joyed th.iuuelvei to the full worth of their
Several days ago, wu mentioned tho
fact that cholera had uiadu its appearance
at Mt, Vernon, and that several deaths
bad occurred, Yesterday wu Ifarncd
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JULY
that there was no signs of tho disease
abating, and lhat the town has been al
most depopulated. All the pooplo who
could cot away have left, and nearly all
plncea of business cloed. llosln, plno tar
and coal havo beon burned in tho streets,
and disinfectants placed in all tho houses.
Those peoplu who could not get away
from tho place, nro moving lo tho more
healthy portions of tho town. Ilia said
nearly ovory person in the town has
cholera symptoms, nml in lomo largo fam
llca only two members aro left. Why
tho cholera should broak out violently at
this place Is a mystery hard to solve, as the
city Is a clean one, and situated on 0110 of
the highest points between Evanavlllo and
Clark's thread llvo conts a spool nt
Ilartrnan's. 7-H! tf.
SPKOl A L TF.ltM OFTI1K ALr.XAN-
DKK COUNTY CI KOI IT COUUT
PKO0KKDI NGS OF TIlK PKOIIATK
AND POL I OK COUltTS YKSPKIl
DAY. CIIU t IT COURT.
A pe,:iiil turm of tho Alexander county
circuit court for tho transaction of crlm
inai and chancery buslnes will convene
tills morning at o'clock. Thoro aro aov
oral important criminal cases on tliodockct
which will lie tried at this tnrm. Tho
trial of Win. Cumpboll lor tho murdor of
Thomas Doyle, mate of tho steamer Grand
Tower, will probably bo dlspoed of.
Judge A lien has boon employed to assist
in the pro-ccution of thu case.
The following is a correct 111 of the
grand and petit jurors .
Wm II Whlltakcr,
John H Itrown,
II 1! Willis,
J ii Keod,
.1 P llarelay,
G A llurke,
W K Ltmo
Charles O Wood,
Gcorgo T Whltlock,
T W Carrico,
John M Whltlakor.
I'K I IT JI'IIOIU.
0 M Alden,
W U Anglin,
N 1) Clark,
S T Cox,
I) L Davis,
Win O Saunders,
James M Allen,
Wm C Davis,
Georgo W Irwin,
M li .Min ton,
W II Walker,
John M Whlttaker.
Judgo llross presiding.
Ustulu of Michael McHudmond, do-
ceased. Isaac Walder, administrator, up.
peared and asked to be discharged on ac.
count of there being no real or personal
property, or outstanding debt of any kind
due said estate in this stato. Koport ap
proved, und administrator discharged.
Kstato of Albert V. Choonoy, deceased.
Mrs.Melinda Clicuney, administratrix, peti
tion lor letters. Said Molinda Chuunoy
tllcd her petition and bond for letters of
administration, which wuru approved and
ordored that letters of administration bu
In tho mutter of iho guardianship of
Pliillipena Drown, Isaac Walder, guur
dian. Final report, lteport duly exam
ined, approved, ordered recorded, and
guardian discharged from further liubili
Ktato cf Albert N. Ohoenoy, decoatod.
Appointment of uppruisors. Ordored that
T. W. Carrlco, Joseph Crowley, und John
Proctor be appointed to value tho goods
and chatties oi said Albert N. Checney,
flloforo F. Uross, Policu Magittralu.)
Hut. Jacob Urudloy was buforo Judge
llross yestorday morning on a chargo of
assaulting John Joneu member of his
1 Bradley's church. Jones hits two wives,
nnd Hradley has on various occasions en
deavored to convince Jones that it was
not good for man to have more than one
wife, and that it wa Jonus' duty to "let
ono of them women slido. ' Jones bus
glvon no heed to llrudloy's advice, but
continued to Uoep two wives. On Friday
or Saturday evening lut, llradley again
talked to Jones about the wickedness of his
ways and advised him to "get rid of ono of
them women sooner than possible.' Hut
Jones was inexorable, and used insulting
languugu to llradley. Although this all
took plnco in church, llradley could not
tolerate such lahguago a Jones hail
ued, and hi 1 llradley') gaol right
arm went up, and when it
camo down Jones' wholo carcass came
down with it. Jonca gathered himself up
at best lie could nml mtdo tracks lor the
abode of one of hi wivc.i. Itradley fol
lowed hint, and when ho camo to tho
houso wherein Jones had taken refuge, ho
knocked at the door, but no ono came lo
upon it, and by some accident Ilrailley can
not'.HCCount for he foil agilntt the door and
it went open. Then llradloy went in and
Jones full something hitting him on tho
head until he full to the lloor. Then
liradley's feet began to move and with
every modon Jono got h thump in tho
ribs. Then llradley "lot up" and wont
away. Jones procured it warrant I'or
llradley arreU, and yesterday morning,
before Judge llross, Jones told his story,
when llradley was authorized to pay ovor
to the court tho sum of eighteon dollars,
all on account of his having allowed hit
arms and legs to run about in the man
ner In which they had roamed.
In thu afternoon .lone sworo out
Htiothor warrant against llradloy. The
trial cumo oil' beforo Pollco Magistrate
llird, who hold llradley to bail in the sum
of f 00 dollars to keep tho puaco. Ho ob
Ilefore J J. llird, Policu Magistrate
Isaac Wilton, u colored man, who has
for the past two or three years buuu em-
ployed at tho commiiiioii Imuio of Mr. P.
Cuhl, was arrested yesterday morning by
SherllV Irvln on a chargo of having
entered tho store of M late employer and
stolon two barrels oi lloiir which ho dls-
posed of toother partie and pocketed tho
money. Tho circumstance of tho thefl
aro about thoso: Wilson was dis
charged by Mr. Cuhl on Saturday night,
and directed to leavo tho key of tho storo
at a particular placo where tho book
keeper cotitd 11 nil It. Wilson kept tho
hoy, ntid yestorday morning beforo any of
thu business houses In tho neighborhood
were opened, unlocked tho storo and took
away two barrols of Hour, ono of which
ho sold to a colortd mnn named Wright,
who keeps a saloon on Commercial avenuo
noar Fourth street, and tho uther to Mr.
Smith, grocor, at tho cornor of Thirteenth
and Poplar streets. Ho was taken beforo
Pollco Magiitratu llird, who hound him
over in tho sum of :?'200 to appear at the
next term of tho circuit court to stand
Patrick lloylo camo to town lato Sat'
urday evening, and meeting somo old
time friend took just two drinks. It took
just two drinks to maku Pat. rip-atuving
drunk, lie was arrested und locked up
Yesterday morning Police Magistrate
Bird sent him to labor on the streets for
John Dolan has been in town several
day and during his stay has been beforo
tho pollco court in many timos for drunk
untie, llu wa beloro Judge nro on
Saturday evening and a lino of f. and
tho "Inseparables wore charged up to 1 1.
account. 1 esterdny morning ho was be
foro P. -M. llird on a similar chari;o. He
will also labor on thostrcot for lire day
TIll'I norc.ll AND It MA DYS.
Til Kill SF PPKK AND
HA LI. LAST
One of the pluasautcst occurrences of tho
so isoii was tho festival and ball of tho
Hough nnd Heady Fire company, in tho
hall of their engino-housu last nlirlit. Thu
occasion was strictly a company allnir,
thcro being 110 one prenent who is not an
activo member of tho company.
1 hu hall wa opened at about nine
o'clock, when tho members with tin ir
families begun to nrrivo, and by ttn
o'clock tho houso was well tilled.
The table wero spread in the lower
pait of tho buildini;, und v.hon wo say
they fairly groaned undortho wolght of
1 tho good things with which they wero
covered, we foil to do them justice.
I At half past olevon supper was sorvei3,
I and that overyono did Justice to tho oc
cusion no ono will deny.
I Supper over thoso who " trip tho light
1 fantastic" went buck to tho hall, and nt
I l'J o'clock dancing wus commonced and
kept up until it lato hour this morning.
During tho evening several short
speeches wore made, which wero well ro-
coived and loudly upplaused.
Taken all in all, thu Hough and
lluadvs uro untitled to tho horns
for the plea-autest and most enjoy
able of all occasions of a liko character
that havo takon placojln this city for many
a day. Tho Delta City band furnished tho
music for tho occasion, und did excellently
well considering the short time they )uve
been organized as a band,
1 will sell my rc-iilcnce property on ev
outli street, between Washington avenue
and Walnut street, comprl-lng six lots, run
ning through from Sixth to Seventh streets,
with line dwelling-house, carriage house,
stable, well, Irult trees, grapery, ele., etc.
all in prime condition.
Also thu line luulnes- stand, No. 77 Ohio
Al-o Ks'l teres excellent fruit or farming
land, on the Ohio liver, adjoining the town
ot Caledonia. Pulaski county, half mile
from a station on the O. and V. railroad.
One hundred acres under cultivation.
Aln u line lot, .'IJ acres, with a good farm
house thereon, situated in Villa Kidge, a
beautiful place, well stocked with choice
Also two lots at the cornei' ol Thild street
and tbo levee.
AIo three good drays, and three set- of
dray harness; u two-hor-e wagon, nearly
new, with double liaruc-s.
Price nnd teiiu- reasonable.
( '.mho, Jul) in, IST.'I. D. Ilnti.
KXCUHS10N TO DKNVKK.
M. and St. L. Packet Company, i
Aoknt'h Omen, Cairo, July 1, 187,'i.
Tho Memphis and St. Louis Packet
company now oiler for sain round trip
tickets from Cairo to Donver and return
S7'.i, good for ninety days from date of
sale. Also regular tickets on talu for
Kansas City, Omuhu, Topoka, Lawronco,
San Francisco and all principal points
west, nnd by river and rail to till poinln
south. For futther information cull ut
the company' olllco, No. 71 Ohio luvee,
under City National bank, Cairo, Illinois.
Jamks Mai.i.ouy, Ticket Ag t.
Soi . A. S11 VK.it, PaM'iigor Ag't.
NOTIOF. OF KKMOVAL.
Messrs, U. Smytlio .V Co., intond ro
moving their untlrn stock of goods from
their old stand, on the Ohio leveo, to the
ono occupied bv them at tho cornor of
Ninitiunlh and Commercial avenue, hav
ing met with a success In their new store
far boyond their most sanguine oxpocta
lions, they have concluded to consolidate
for tho present at least, their buinef
In thu meantime their storo houso on tho
leveo will bo given a thorough overhaul
ing and placodin purfoct ropalr. Thank
ing tbo public fur past luvors thoy ro'poct
fully solicit a coutimiance of the sauiu.
A. NKW FIKST-CLASS Ii A It UK It
SHOP. Mo Henry II00& Co., of New Orloam,
havo come to this city lo stay, und have
lilted up a first class barber-shop on Com
mercial avenuo in tho room next to Han
non's book store, lately occupied by Stu
art A- Gholson as dry goods store. The
workmen aro nil first-class and aro pre
pared to cut hivlr, shave, shampoo, etc., in
tho very latest styles. All they ask is i
tr ml. They respectfully solicit h share of
public patronage. Mi'IUnhv Kor & Co,
If v acimn TO TIlK FHONT.
Mr. .Tnfop K vnaaton. whose reputation a
u butcher I par excellent ulth the people
ol this citv. ha opened a new meat
shop near the corner or Commercial aenitc
and Twentieth street, next door I" Mr. Pat
Hurl's grocery store. Itlawell n ami
acluowledifcd fact that Mr. Kyn.i'ton, dur
ing lila long exporlcticc in the meat uusi
nesi in tills elty, never offered to htscutoni.
en anything hut the choicest ol every Und
of meat. He is 11 good Judge of catlle, and
buya nothing but the joitngestand lattest,
and as 11 cotiseuuenco ha the best of beef.
inc same may bu cald of etery kind or meal
sola by lilm. Olvchlm atrial, and our word
lor it, you will nlwavs be tileaed. fi-KS-tl
FOKSALK OK Hl.'T.
A two-story houso on Cotmnorcial ave
nuo near tho cornor of Nineteenth street.
Tho houso U forty feet long by twenty
two feet wido. It contains tun rooms at d
kitchen, and a good cistorn and herniary
out-houses aro attached tj it. It is well
ventilated and. well aduplod for a huslnet
house ordwolllng. It is in a buslnoss part
of tho city and has been newly paintid
and ronovatod insldo and out. Apply to
Kiver .Shannon Houu. Ohio Luveo.
On Thursday, July 17, W. T. Scott will
open his now building 011 Cominurclal av
enue A splendid free lunch will bo
spread at 10 o'clock In tho foronoon, and
a grand ball will bo given ut night, to
which all his old friend and customer.
aro respectfully Invited, llu hat purchased
a largo stock of line wines und liquors,
and Invites hi friends to cull around and
sample thorn. 7-L1 lit
A GOOD INVKSTMKNT.
A raru cbnncu I ollercd to some man
with money to invest In good paying
property in tho most desirable part of the
city. Two lots, 60 feet front on tho ave
nue, houso H stories. Two largo stores
can bo fitted up on tho first lloor, thu up-
por storie am woll arranged for ollice or
dwellings. For further particulars en
iiuiro ot John y. iiai-.vian v Co.,
li-l-tf Heal K-tnti) Agents, Cairo, 111
Om r. Caii-.o and 3t. Louis K. It. Co.
Cairo, Ills., July 17, lbT:i.
A mooting of tho director of this com
punt win no uoKi on v cunoiuoy, tuo -ju
instant, nt 10 o'clock a m., at thu ollico of
Mossrs. H. It. Puyson .V. Co., No. 301 North
Fiftli stroot, in the city of St. Louis, .Mis
souri. . mwats) i Avr.ou, rrement,
FOll llK NT.
I will runt mv houto on Ninth strcot.
between Walnut and Cedar, with furni
turo or otherwise Tho houso contains
llvo good rooms, good closots, n gocd
cistern, and has comfortable vnrd room
a good wood-house, washroom, etc.
Applv at Illinoi Central ticket ollb-o.
Mrs, Anna Lang on Kighthstrcet, between
Comincrei.il and Wu-lilngton avenues, has
iust opened out a stock of new and fa-hion
ut)to lnUUtmry U00.I-. sli lm- ono tjllotltut
and llfty ditleietil stylesof hats and bonnet
beside a large assortment ol ribbons, ilow.
or ami notions ol all sorts, all ol which wll
bo sold at Hie lowest price-.
A collugo on Fifteenth street, between
Washington avenuo und Walnut streets
For terms, inquire of Whltu A- Co., cor
nur Washington avenuu und Twentieth
KOK A I,IC.
A tine lot for 11 residence : Lot 1 1, block
18, llrst addition. IVico SHOO cash. Ap
ply to Al.V.x. II. lltvi.v
A lino cottage. Inquire of
7-''0..".t Gkoi-.ok Fimibi:
MA UK 1ST HISI'OKT.
- PllK'K ClTllHENT Ol I ICK, I
Monday Kvoning, July 'Jt, IbTJ.
Tho market, in most of its branches, i
looking up a little and tho prospoct la moro
oncouraging. Iteceipts of wltito corn have
been more liberal, and thodumand having
falion oil' some to-day, there was an easier
feeling in thu market, with holder on
thu lookout and anxious to sell ut fibc.
Tho demand for mixed corn shows an im
provement, and prices have advanced,
closing at I He to-duy. Ou'.s nro ulto n
shade belter in price, but tho dumand is so
small that a few car load received
on one day would overstock the market.
Corn meal is quiut and easy ut S3
per bhl. A shipment of an Inferior qual
itv wa; ollured to-day at i v'O with no
buyerj. Thu market is ovorstockod
with eggi and common butter.
The demand for II ur continues to im
prove without uuy advancu in price.
Stocks aro light hut amplo for the trade.
The weather since our last issue hat
been cool and pleasant for thu B.miun, but
uncomfortably dry and duty
5-S-Corrospondcnts should hoar in mind
Dial these quotations aro for round lots
from first hands. For broken and small
lots, and in tilling orders, an advance of
1 to 3c is charged over those prices t.f
FLOU It -There is fair demand for small
lots, but Sfimu difficulty would bo experi
enced in do tring largo quuntiteo, stocks
aru runnitig low, but am still fully up to
tho trade, tales ombru.o 'J00 bbls va
rious grades at 54 00(33 75; !!00 bbls do
JuOtj1? 25 and 300 bbls on ordor ut ?fl 7f
HAY Thoro i notio coming In and
very little wanted. Wo have no sales to
CO UN Murkot quiet and ousy to-day
for all kinds. White corn was n little
ha'y to-day at 68c. Mixed was firm at
tOc sacked and delivered. miles out
brace 8 cars white In sacks del CSo; 2 cars
do in hulk on track 4Hc and C car mixod
tacked und delivered 4'Jc.
OATS The demand is small and sup.
ply light. Prices aro a shade higher
'.'cm sold early in ack dol 38c and -
trs told to-day al .19c sacked and del.
COKN MKAL-An catior feeling was
developed in this market to-duy. although
choice brands are still held Hrm 1' 3'
h'alet embrace four cars of choice steam-
dried and 1100 bbla do i 00 and
100 bbls steam dried, $-2 on.
I1KAN Nominal No transaction!
quoted, $ll($tl CO in car load lots.
HUTTKIl-Somo activity is dlspluyed
In tho market for choice northern butter,
and sales aro ready at from 202:ic; com
mon is plenty and dull; sales embrace 1.'
tubs of good.'JOc; I pkgs ordinary, 10c;
10 pks common to good, I2!520c; ai d
li! tubs strictly cholco, 22(2,2Jc.
KOOS -Market overstocked nnd dull'
No sulu for anything but fresh rocolpts;
wo note sales of 1,000 dozen at I He.
CHK K KNS-Qulot, very Utile doing.
Thirty do.on young chicken sold accord
ing tu si and condition at $2 to i'i.
A I'PLKS Theto aru about the only
fruit in tho mardiit nt present. There is
some dcinuiid for choicu rlpo apples nt
f 2 (0(ii 2 per bhl and nohu oll'erilig.
PlljVISIONS-l'ucliMiiged. Wu nolo
sale of 7,000 lb clear side packed and
lelivorcJ, l'Je, uml J,000 lbs plain hams.
packed and dulivcred, P.'Jc.
TKAS. Imperial, 7501 '.'i; Gunpow
der, 7f.(.yi 25 j Oolong black, 7"(ji)f I
Young Hyson, f I1 10.
CUKF.SK. (iood demand ; New York
factory V lb I01l7c.
SYltri'S-Thn demand i- fair for
cliolco at OOtti! V gal, and Now Or
leans at 76f2,30c.
PLAITKKJNG 1IA I U 3G V buthul.
LI M II. In lots l "5 to 1 00 V bhl.
CKMKNT. At wholesale 2(2,2 SO V
COAL OI L.-'J'Jc.
GUNNlKS.-Ke-sewed 2J btl.hels 13l
!J bushols 'JOc
HC tl.Al'S. '.'4 unsbuls corn, nj oz
I5jc- do 10 07. Hie; 4 bushel! Oat -'Or;
bushels 21c; 0 bushels 2'.'c.
HKKSWAX.-t' lb 30c.
SOA P. Schaeller's Germsn uttdtlod
7jc; Champaign soap, 7Jc.
TALLOW, V lb 7c.
CO FFKK Scarce and firm, Juva sell
trig at HOQii'Jci xtguiyra in.ijuxr, r.10
prime to choice 2K2A!0c.
II A .MS Sugar cured ennvasud aro quo
ted at llfW'loc Plain country cured
choice aio quoted at I'Jju.
LAUD Kellnod is quoted in tierces at
djcnnd in kegs at OQIOo.
HKKA K FAST HACON--12o.
SCO Alt. Coll'eo A quoted at 13c
1 11 1 Jc I'or i rushed, powdered and grnn-
KltOOMS. Dull; common house toS
at fl RO to '' 50; choice and oxtra choice
fSfo,!) 75; stCBiiibont ft C05 00.
Fit KI (J HT Cotton, cotr tires ted tc
Now York, bic; to Ilof il. Un
compressed, to New York 1 1; to lios
KATKS To Now Orleans nnd Vicks
burg: Potatoes, apples, etc, 30c; porl
per pound freight 10c cwt; hay 6
pur ton; wniskey $1 40 per bbl.
TO M KM I'll IS Flour, etc 20c per bbl
pouud freight I2j per cwt; hay $1 per
loir, wbukey BOc per bbl; pork COo per
NEW Aj) V ERTJISEM EiN T S.
cu rNt-T: 1 iy"n"ot fc k.
Lyman Itlodgett, defemliiit. 1 notllled
tlial on July 21, Is 7.1, Mary M. Hlodgett
comnlalnaiit, tiled lier bill In chancery
in the Alexander county circuit court, state
of Illinois, for divorce, and that -al.l suit is
now pending in said court. That thereupon
a summons was liien out ol thu clerk's
ollice ol said court agaiii't vou, returnable
on the fourth I ucsilay luJulv, 1.-47J, to a
term ol said court, then lobe holdeii at tin
coiirt-bou-u In Cairo, in said count) and
slate. iMicit .iuiv uist, is,.i.
ItKLiitN ,s. Votu.vi,('lcik.
samuel I'. Wheeler,
Tbeli: will be sold, at public auction, to
Ihe hlghusi niiiiier, ai one o clock p.m., on
WKUNKMHV, .Itll.V 1S7-'J,
At the naval station, Mound City, fill
nuls, a qiianlity of
IT It.SITl hi:,
Coiislstlng.iii part, of Carpets, Itiileaus, Ta
Lues, quails, v asiistanus, etc., etc.
Tkumh or Sam:: Cash on day of s:le
und liniiiciliatu removal of good rcUlred
Itv order of Commandant.
I-'IIANCIS T GII.I.KTT,
7-22-21 Paymaster, L'. S.
J A M ICS KYNASTON,
AND OKA I. Kit IN
ALL KIMJS OF KJUSSIl .MIS ATS
Nre.1- cor. T cnllclli Nlri-cl nml Com
Huys and si inghter only the best Cattle
nog aim siieep. ami Is preiiaren to nil or
der.sfor l-ieh Meals from one to ten thou
sand pounds. 7-2211
)D.f TItSfilO.N A.vnrilHWiUDIMIl
I. I), MATUCBa,.
1 O UIIL
MATH USS Hi UIIL
Com missionM euc iiants
I AY ANU WliSTlSO I'UODUUIS
JOHN U. PHLLIS k SON,
lHuecor to John Ii. Chillis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, (JOHN, OATS,
Flour, Moul, Brim, &c,
Ojii. TENTIl-S'J . ami OHIO LI VH
oAimi, 11, in.
(UlN'DltAI, COMMISSION MERCHANT
And ilealer In
I'lMK, CtMKHT, l'LABTEIt, lUlK, ETC.
JVO Ohio l.t-TCt),
f iTI will k.di 1,. ... i.,,.. 1 ...
1 til m. -' . I . in. 111 01 ac
luiei. pilees, addlut Height, 4.'M
SAMUKh 1'. WHISELISK,
ATTORNEY tS: COUNSELOK AT LAW
OA l UO, ILLINOIS.
Olllcc over First National lunV.
Olllcenvcr Flr-t National bank.
UltlSKN A OILHKItT,
muto, 11. i inoim.
William II (lllbrrl.
Mil)- I'. Illlbart,
mt)Ii-.i. altvntiou glTvn lb Adnilialtr and
ninlsiat Ltiitim s,
OFVIOK OHIO LKVKK, HOOUC 7 AKtl fl OVF.H
I1ITT NATIONAL II A V K.
John II. Mulkey.
Wlll.iin C. Mulkey.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Olllcc, rear rooms over llaiiuon's book
NO. I 'J I COMMKKCIAl. AVKXir,
llctwcen .Seventh and Llghlh street,
M HS. MoOKK,
On KlKbthtux t. Ilwfn Commercial and VV'.'
ntitoii Ate lil". is naui rBuniint
NKW .MlLJilN'ISKY GOODS
LATKHT ai'HINO AND StiMMKH BTVI K.
Ilrsidts a lull tins of
ITrimiii'd and unlrimrneJ.I
KhK.NCII KI.OWKK8. HIUHONi, TKISIUIMIH
of ail kind., lcas, flc., etc.
Mrs. Modes has also a lare as.ortuisnt o
Kancy Article., etich as
NKIJK TI.-1, O'l.HKH, UNDKnilhtEVK!,
HUrra. BAfillJi, rA.B.i
And all other irttclea u.ually found In a
FIKST-CLASS MILLINKKY 8TOKK
Mrs. McGcc. In addition to her rttock of
Knncv nml Mllllnerv Goods, has a line and
Complete a'sortment of Cincinnati Custom
made Ladles' and Misses' Shoes, and Chil
dren' Hoots, lllack and 111 Colors. These
arcacKnowieugeu to ne me uncsi anu nc-i
ever In thu market, and this Is the only
house the citv that liuKt-s ineni a specially
NEW LIVEltY STABLE
IIETWJtKSf WAHII'r AVKNUK AMI) WALNU1
Dr. H. P. rtelda Inform, tne ,HLIIo that be ha
LIVE It )' .V T A H I. E
on tho riorlhue.t biiIa of Tenlh slroel as nam
Ills .t'aMes will he furnished nith none hut th
AND OOOD VKHIOLKS.
and the public may be accommodated at al
hours of the day and night with bale teams
on tho lo'vest term.
Dr. Fields ask a share of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit it by fair dealing
and strict attention to bus)
CA Mi I'KTKHS,
Cor r.lovriitli itinl I'opl tr SI..
Iiifnims the public that he hasengagcu tho
service of a Flist-el.ts, Wagon makerand
also a I'lr-t-chts Horse shoer and I ready
to inamit'actiire and epairall kind or work
in this trade with np.tlr und dispatch,
Sr.M.M Kit Attention to the
ti'iido. Having ii large selec
tion of handsome white sootls
very cheap, Hat isle do valen
cieniiis, plain striped and fig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped and figured ; Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured ; Marseilles in groat vari
eties and patterns; Nansooks
patterns; linen lawns, white
and figured ; Percales in hand
somo figures and designs; em
broiderois in large assort,
meats ; whito trimmings in
largo assortments ; linen suit
ings in all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsome patterns ;
have in storo a very completo,
largo and seasonable assort
ment of dry goods very cheap.
T. S. Pleaso call, no trou
blo to show goods. G.28 tf