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UAIKO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1873
f CAIRO BULLETIN.
ilBeil SWltwetilirri. nut rerrl-..
'Itstj their pnper reitiilarly rrtxirt
tho ImI ! IM offlc, fUhrr ..ersioii-
tlly or by IVmIM Card.
l'uliilrnlfon tllllw, BiiJlKlln IlnfltHatr
Ilrwllnc mpillfrnn ntory pnge,
i TV T T-MTiTa fiffMTT! AT. 1?
' AJMJUAAI .
100 KMr tho Mhortrst Umc
Klgtity Miles ttio Hhoriost Ilou t
NO CHANGE OF OARH
PltOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CUANQK OF CA1W
OM 0A1KO TO
UinclanaU, L.tlaUKpnua, lolwK
Dxtrolt. C!vUnd, Mer Kali
Butlalo, i'ltlslaiift. Waihlnaloa.
Baltimore, I'mladslphls, New fork,
nAif.in -rf all hniHf Mil.
llRuUe. Janasvuiti, Mml!n,
KCroan., St. Pant and Ml points: norti .
ltus i t.Ku I hp otil dlixt iculc ii
"' Dollar, Hloomtiifltotj, tanagrald,
V.Ona, ililllWT, nnoKUK,
Uutlinittna, Hxk I stand, 1 Ball.
Mcndoi. 1'ix.ou, Kreiojl.
Uena, Uubuipi", Htanx Oltj,
Omaha and U) point. north..
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Oa"
On nil JMgot Trains.
IIR Checked to nil important point..
For ticket, sad lufbrmalinu, npply to I. 0. H.K
if d.potsl niroi on lm.nl tn trtaot ruwon be
, lwu Ootura'iu. snd Cairo, rind t ta prtnuip
railroad ticket o(Bc tbrntit-riout thuh.
W H OltNt'i.N. O.B'I 1-imm. AK't, Chioa.ro.
A. MlTCIIfLLi OfU'l. Sup't. UllMafO.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Oalro.
, i ham;.: ok timb.
l'atsacnscr trains on Uic Illinois Central
I i.hango tlino to-day. From and niter 2:40
l p id. to-day train1; Mill rnu as Jollows :
r.xpre, daily ....4jm..
Mall, except tmda y . . . ,8tU a. hi.
l'xprc.j, .. 2:40 p. in.,
Mai, duly except Sunday ..UsM p.m.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND Tr",X.8 V.. 11.
On and alter Turday,.1uly 10, 1878, ttitlii
ivill run Uidly, except Sunday, lutwum
Urccutiuld's lauding am! Iron Siding,
Mit'ourl, m follows :
Leave Greenfield's at 4.-00 Ji.tn
Arrive at (ircentiold's at M;AA it.iu.
Arrive lit Iron Siding nt 7tl6 Un.
l.emo In.li sldliiK at o:is a.m.
THB CAIRO AND VINCJSNNKS
CIovcI.'iimI, Slagn 'll,
I'iilliilfiplifa. Stv Vlirk.
Jl.i.;.)ii and all i:.iMoni I'oiutK,
C1IAN0K 01' TIM K.
On uud itller Tucwlay, July 1, ltr.il. truini.
will run an lollowk:
(Joins aortli leave Cairoat 4tO)a.M.
Ooiwj eolitii airive.i at Cairo at 3:11) p.m.
HoVSV CITY ACCOMMODATION.
I.tavet Cairo at ... 11:110 a.m. and C:00 p.m.
Arris cs nt Cairo at. .g-.oo u.ui. and liX p.tn.
Tho vsprusii train north urrlvM at Vln
.....I...... ... t.,...n ti....
ticui at Vl:iV3 p.Ul., wIlli thu liidianaliollii una
im-iMiiiOh railroad Tor ludiuimpoli the
ireat railroad utntrc, iroiii wiiicli pvlnt
Laln uro deiiartlu: nt all Jiniiif, lor all
loiuw In tuo Lul.tid Stales and Coadu. Al
-M). in. with tlio hian-ulk and Cr
1 ii.fcwlle railroad, for 'JVrra ilaun-, lndi
nai'Ollx. Cln.-Tvo. Danville mid ull ixiini.
north, la Urn 'ri-rr.i Unite. i;.uiillle mid j
cmcogo rniiroau, nnu east via mo ainliilfa
Iiiie.nud Indianapoluaml.M. LouUrallroitd.
M 1M p in, Mlli IIib Oblo nd 31MmijiiI
railroad, for Cincinnati, l.ouliMlle, and all
putnU east, via CltiriiiliHtl.
rasjciigcrs (,'oln? by tlds route arc placed
in Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Loulnvllle, New
ork, llotton, l'liiladelpliUi, HiiUluiorti,
S'afliinj;lou, and all eaetern poiut, lvule
hours in advuuee of any other route.
KvprcM train makes eoiiuci'tlou at IJIdo.
rulo witU pt. LouHand boutlieattcin rail
way, lor .St. J.WU5, Mt. Veiuon (llllnoi-),
Uawneetowu, and all liolnU lietwveu Uldo.
rado and St. I.ouU.
At NorriB Cty makoN eloK' I'onucetloti
rorprinifticld, Itoek Uland, and nil point
on Sprlnt-tield and Illinois Southeanteni r.ill
war and connections.. ,
At Carnil with St. Louie, UvaiiHUle, lli-ii-dereon
and Naslivillo railway hue, lor Mt.
Vernoti (Indiana), lvniiasllls, lUnderhon
(Kcntuckyi, Nai-livlllle fTennoOf), and all
jioint. ou'm. L,, K., 11, and railway uud
Jlairi3;,'o cheeked to all Important point.
EST ror tickets uud lnforiiiatlon apply at
the ticket otlli'e, corner Hevenlli .tioot and
Cninuicrcial avcmif, Cairo, IIUuoIh.
J so. Lv.n, Siip't. Oiias. O. 'oop,
Gen. Paii'r and Ticket Ag't
B. V. lur..VMDi, AkcdI, Cairo.
LOCAL AVrHTJIKIi KEI'OJtT.
U. S. 5510. Sltlt., OnHK.KVKR'll OVT1CK, 7
Caiuo, JuIj U5, ltvi. lii II p.m.;
'I'hunooioetf r 7i deijreM.
Wind, louth, velocity n iite jicr
Maxlmutn tempwaturt hut i4 hours, VI
Minimum temperature, lH U hour, TS
I'reTa'.llns; wind UK U rKmr-, woath.
Tolai uumher ol mile wind trvlld, lart
Kdwin (i AXLAKD. oiirvr.
BeitHcoUh hid, .tout jM.rti -, und tight
j cur old bourbon whlikay to b found only
tA tho Crystal saIooq, coruor ol Sixth iiret
hill Con.iaercial uvunus. ,
Stkaoaui St Lah,
Jliik lor thoCalro, Arkaanw and Texa
jaliroud. nartlnk' iioin wliite & Urer'
tore, corner ol Sixth street and Ohi lnyec,
Jave at a a.m.
' .. , '........ 4p.m,
ArrlvolneUy at I0.iu.
Joins Mhviww, Afe'onu
iteilar lioardom at the Ennpc.ui hoUd,
Harry N'u!ker proprU-tur, reoeiM' board at
the rale of (?20 per liioiilh. S-lo-tt
Kino white ; tlnlo and doubj ' umber
lnglo and double X Canary, )xl ipuality n
uaiilllu, bluo Icttor, etc., etc. :jm tor
ale, prltltel at i-l &J to li M jicr thou.aud,
111 tllC " HCIXKHN 0TH.K.
A Tflfartn wciithor U PironjifinK the
lovers ot Ion crrani M ill be glad to laru tltal
Mcsur. Saup VJlarkoii liavo IHWd up m
rcrurmniieu, 111 ciifgani iyiv, meir i, t , i , U
parloni, ''UeWhiiniiioU Mi.ia fourit.no tu.
nWobWHUmt (n'flnnln or I r, mtd i:otliii,
! iwiliU' Aboiit tho ei-t'ibli' 1 ii. nt to niM.
tWo plwtir7 iirttt iU)l9rt or i r;p..troni
!oij1H I -'I
Circuit court Jtvllf prebajily oontlnu
greater part of next week.
The Oroscnt Oily banded her ihafl,nnd
proceeded to St. Loula for repair.
Tho Sam Koberls brought out two
Imrges of oro, and pow back to 3t. Louis.
' 1V.1 stock ladiei halt at less than ore
third ttii-ir value, at liarttiiftn't. 7-10 If
The Mutmock Olty it making up it
lovl of lumber to tnka to ,St. Loul. She
nul tow one bargn.
AYntertnelnni aro becoming plenty in
tin? marktt, There Is oliolorn ,m every
one of them. . Keware1
All kindi of sun plcluro at J . ychietlng-
et's, Eighth stroat, bctwoti "Wuihlnyton
and UomtnorcmlavonuM. 7-10tf.
Kav. Dr. Mason of Clinton, Ken-
tucky, willpreaeh In tlieChrUtinn church,
Eighteenth street, ou Sundny tioxt.
The big Uistnarrk stopped only long
onough to coal, having nil thu freight the
wantml, principally for way points.
-Ulan fruit jars, porcelain lined, itlnw
toppod at lUrlinnn'.
Adjourned term of the Alxndr
oouniy prooaiu court win outiveno on
Monday inornhii; noxt, duly U8, at t)
At the prwent term of the circuit
court eight pruumore Imvo been sentenced
to the penltentlnry, for terms ranflnj;
from one to six yenrj.
Photographs and other picture at .1,
PttuIeBliigor'K, Eighth street, between
Washington uud Commercial avonuiH.
AH kind Jelly ghuse at llart
man's. -.Ifl lf,
Not Ies thnn thrco hundrod negrou
visited the eourt liouw yotnrday. .Mot
ol them are interested either diroctly or
indireotly In the Fir.t Mieaionary llaptist
Health otlleer Wooton and the polico
of the olty ooutlnue to make the rounds of
the city teeing that people dn'not relax
Ihmr olloru, liKjl.Ing to a healthy aariitury
condition of tho city.
This morning at the I'latitor's tobacco
ware.houso, Sleesru. Straughn Ai lllncklo,
proprietor, will bo placed upon tho brako
n aitra good lot of tobaeco. Sales to
ciunmeiioe nt.10 o'elock n in,
Dan. Jlartman orTere for sale hi flnu
spring wagon. 1 1 f etiitable for oither
family use ori dullvery wagon, and can
bo bought at a bargain. Anv one dmlr
ing a wason ol thin kind ehould call upon
lum and learn hb terms. 7-lfi.tf
.. : tl li i
inn iieiiiuu uunou nnu H jjooii up
stream trip, principally for Louinvlllo nnd
Ciiiolniintl, uud n hrgo paengor lilt in-
oluding an overplus of children. This is
tho second big earpo ol children from tho
lior. J;r,3Ionof Clnton, Kentucky,
will proach at tho (-'Iirlstitiu church, on
Eighteenth street, lielween Wiishltigtoii
and Walnut, in tUUoity, tliU ovoniiiK and
to-BHWtow litoruing and evening,., tlio
uaiml heuri. 7-U-Ut
V. Vltgtirald at hl rooms, corner
Fourleouth e'.reot and Commercif.1 ave
nue, otters for lalo (Jnlnnes' I'ortor A
lias' Rio and pure HeniieMy brandy,
and tho gooulne Angostitro bitters, nil
llrtt-i las cholera cures. Try them
--C Unnny wiohc the public to bo in
formed that he Iim on hand a stock of
dry goo.li) and carpetfi an oxteiuivo us any
in tlio Southwest, and that ,bo U detenu
inod to sell uvuryUiiny at prices lowor
than the lowost. Cull on Mm to-day uud
examlno good and price. He will atisfy
you both a to quality uml cot.
Full dined mosquito bar fifty oonts n
pair, at Harltaan'.. 7-lti tf.
Montaa den -3 ten ,'uli, 1S7H,
Kintritt, - 60 cenli.
- Hnrmon Black of this city, who vhi
admitted to tho bar in .liuiti lint, made his
fln-tsjieecli before a Jury on Thursday nf
temoon. Ho did not talk long, but long
enough to convince all who heard him,
that with u few yesrfc' practico nnd oloio
retention to hl jtrofissslon he will Ul:o a
leading place nuiong tbo crlminnl lawyera
of thl portion of tho state,
lr, Iaavarty, liomoeopatblst physl.
clan, late of Shawnoetown, has located In
this city, ami intends making it hU homo.
The doctor' come to Cairo well recom
meaded, Mid refer to tho otlicnrj of the
First Kational bank of Shawnoetown, to
whom he Is well known, having practiced
bis profession umong thorn for yoari. Ho
toliclU a fair rhara of the patronage of
la the proceeding of the circuit oonrt
at publUhod la Tux Bulletin of I'riday
morning It appear that for horse stealing
Wm. ilcClintock wm .enteneod to tlio
IMnltentUry for eighteen months. ThI
It a mistake. McClinUick was sentenced
for stealing a oow, and not n horm,
llotte stealing It a crlmo puiiUImUlu by
not lost than three years' imprisonment In
On Tuesday evening a man immod
Mullen panted a cmintorfelt fifty dollar
bill on a goiitlnmau of this eiiy. Blieriif
Irvlu waa made acquainted with the facts
in the cats, and with bi usual promptnott
In tueh cum, "wont for" and yeterdny
morning ueeloil in tracing hit man to
I'aducth, where ho had him arretted.
Mullen was returned to thu city and is
now safely hehlud the bar playing chock-
art with hit note.
Ueiita' half hte, fi conU a down, at
Hartmau's, T-10 tf
la the trial of Harris fortiahblng 0 fi
ll o Turner, which catoe up In the circuit
rourt yesterday, W. II. Mull.oy nnd Har
mon Kttu-k wereapjiointwl to'derad Her
rit. 'Vhu trial oceupied nearly half tho
day, and thee young attomie left no
ttoiio unturni'd in bxhalt if the client.
At the tin.n co urt . ', -jin
ii"t rr.ti.riM Uvn ' i
V ' I ' i i 1 i r
t . 1 1
I tli i'.ry
't f h. ;
Yesterday afternoon, In the circuit
court, during tho trial of Harris for (tab
bing Turn or, wo counted at ono time one
hundred and oightoon big, strong, healthy
negroes; and twenty white mon, tnostof
whom wore cither directly or Indirectly
connected with" tho court, Had anyone
iloslrwl to hlro thefo ncgroos at good
waget, not hall of them would deprive
tlieiiifolvcs of Inuring tho case In which
not inoro than ten of them wero In any
Clark's thread live- cents n spool at
Hurtmnn't. 7-10 tf.
Health Officer Woolen bat discovered
n "miiro'e nest", or, In othor words, u chol-orn-lircndiiig
"sink bolo'' In a back yard on
riuli strust. Tho proprietor of this
dreadfully bad sinolllug place has been
loud in his denunciation Of tho mayor and
city government generally becauso thoy
have not been moro rigid in enforcing the
health ordinance; of thocitv. It was sup
pofed that he, of all men In tbo city,
would not bo caught napping, liut how
uncertain is iimti's word. It is liko
clock out of repair not to bo dependod
upon. Wo aro inlornied that if that lnk
hole is not dliinfected within n certain
number of hours, tho nlorosaid Fifth
street gentleman will bn rnquotted to
walk up to tho captain's ollico and ettlo,
The houso and lot No. 10, In Mod,
tlluated oc Elovonth street, south tide, bo
tweon Walnut and Codar streets. Tho
said homo and lot will bo sold cheap for
cash. J'or all nartitulaM, ennulro of Mr.
Antony.Smith, who may bo found at the
residence ol William M. Canaen.
Caiuo, Ills., July2fi, I87H. d lw
A BUAUKOK THIKVHS.
AT' KM IT TO 15 URN
For thu (nut month tho city jail hat
contained u pair of thu worst uncitk
thieves known to tho poliro of tbi city
"luiineiteo mil" and "rriinl: Diblilo aro
tholr name. Thoy Imvo been u sourco of
much troublo and aiiuoyanco U tbo
Mllcu of this nnd other ritii
along tho river from St. Louis to Now Or
loans. On Wednesday last "Hill" con
iuuui a term ol twonty-ciglit days im
pritonmout in the calaboose, and his part
ner. Frank, had tome ten days longor to
sorve. liill was released, but i;uvotln) no-
lice tu understand that he would not Ioavu
town until Frank's term was up, when
thuy would go together, 'ino matter was
brought to thu attention of tho attorney,
who, in ordor to relieve tho city of this
brAco of thievos, issued u ftay of execu
tion in Frank' case, conditioned that they
both lea vo town by lliroo o'clock yester
day morning. SergaontCuin oponod tho
Ijuildiwra to b'runl:, ituUim to hilll tho
oonaillont on whioh ho was released.
Thoy woro tbo only pruoueru in the
jail at tho time, all thu others bolug out in
churgu of tho jailor, who was working
them on the ttraott. Shortly nflor thoy
had left, u littlo ten-year-old ton of tho
jiilor't want into tho Jail, when bo discov
ered that a ijunullty ol clothing had been
piled up in a corner of ono of the cells,
and a common clay pipe with tho bowl full
of matched placed undor them. Whether
tho matches vcro ignited before tho pris
ouirt loft thu jail or afterwards
is not known, , but they woro
burning and had communicated to
theolothos. The flro had gained but lit
tle headway ond it wa the work t u
moment to extinguish it,
Atn Into hour in the night Hill and
Frank woro found loitoriiic about tlio
corner of l mirth street and Commercial
avenue and were ro-arrostod and relurnod
to the jail which but k few hours before
they had endeavored to give up aa food
for the flame.
Tlio matter will lie brought to the al
lien of tho grand jury, whkn is now in
In session. It h to bo hoped indictments
will be found agaiuit both partle, and
that thoy nuiy buyout to Joliet, and thus
reliuvo this community of their pres
ence for a while at least.
I'KOCKIiDINCS OK THE 01 lit T
Court rc-assembled at 3) o'clock and
the criminal docket was resumed.
Tho trial of Chan. Wilson, (colored,)
for ttabblng Mr. William Elliott, was
continued, Messrs. Liuegar & l.tuitdon
appearing fur tho defense, and County
Attorney Tope for tho prosecution. Sev
eral witnesses for thu defonso vuio exam
ined, after which counsel in tho case in
dulged iu brief addresses to tho jury. At
the conclusion of tho argument of thu
counsel thu onto was given to tho jury,
who after a brief alMenco roturned a ver
dict of guilty, uud Bxed thu term of lm
prUonoiunt at five years In tho ponitun
tiary. William Hurke, ton of tbo late Dr.
Iturke of this city, charged with breaking
into and stealing from the hmuo ol 1'rob
Isenberg, a iuautii.y of clothing, ami
loruritl musical iu.truineiitt, win brought
Into court, plead guilty, nnd sentenced to
tho ponitontiary for two years.
James Harris, for committing nil assault
to commit murder, win put upon trial.
Trial by jury. W. II, Mulkoy und Hur
mon Ilbick, appointed by tho court to da
lend tho prisoner j County Attorney 1'opo
for the prosecution. Wltnewot heaid and
nrf;,imenti by oouiutM; caso givon to the
jury nt ! J o'clock, p.m. The Jury in this
eats were still out when court adjourned,
Divorce were granted in the followiny
Louis MolUreu vs. iiutana MolUvon.
William R. Ogden v. Ivttlier A. Oi;.
K jb 1 1 Wc bb v Mary V II. Webb
C irt r. , rned unlil Uj o clock tins
" n ii ,', ivl.iu tl u ii' iiul do kut mil
MODOCS VS. RIVERSIDES.
Tho game of ba.se ball played yesterday
at Mound City between the Riversides ol
that place, and tho Modocs of Cairo,
terminated In a victory for the Riversides,
making twenty-six more runs than our
Cairo boys. Charles A. Saup was chosen
load as umpire, which at first ho refused
to do, but thero being no onu olse thore
who could, or would act, and tho River
side. Instating, ho finally cotisonlod to
act. .Everybody was in n good humor,
and tho ganio wont off ploatatitlv, and
satisfactorily to utl parties' concorned
Ili'low we givo tho score:
WiUon, 1 f...(
Hiaglns, r I J
O'Donnell, lt b
-Mtn ton, p 2
Caitidy, lid b 'J
Lortor, s '
Hintlitl', 2.1 b 0
Sullivan, cf -1
Hampton, r f it
V Slack, ad b !
Hogun, lit 1 i
McTlguo, p 'i
Carncv, Hd b ,
Stewart, 1 f
Total .' i7 27
Chas. A. Saupof Cairo, Umpires I. H.
Carter, and II. Vincont, Seoror.
I will soli my residence property on Sev
enth street, between Washington avenue
:md Walnut otrcct, comprMiig six lot, run-
nlug through from Ixth to Seventh Mrvct,
with Uuo'dwellliig-liouc. caril.ise house,
stable, well, fruit trees, grapery, cle., etc.
all in priuiu condition.'
Also the line biisllie stand. No. 7i Ohio
Al-u IK) acres excellent fruit or farming
laud, on the Ohio river, adjoining the town
ol Calodonla. I'uh-ki county, half mile
I'roUia slatluii on the C. and V. railroad.
One hundred acres under cultivation.
Abo a line lot, ."1 atres. with a gooil farm
house Ihcl con. Mluate.l III ilia Hlilue, a
bealllllill plaee, well slocked with eliolei
Aim two lids at lliccuriii'i nl Third street
and the le ec.
Alo three good drav, and throe cts ol
drav liamo.s: u two-ior-e waeon, nearly
new, with iloublu hanicss.
I'ricei and teniH roa-ouable.
I'Aimi, July lf7il. 1. IlLitK,
KXCL'RSION TO DKNVER.
M. ami St. L. I'ackkt Company, i
Aok.st'm Urncis, Cairo, July 1, IB78.
Tlio .Mompliii und St. Luiiia I'nckot
company now oll'or for rale round trip
tickets from Cairo to Denver and return
$?7i), good for ninoty days from du'.o of
sale. Also regular tickets on talo for
Kansas City, Omaha, Topoka, Lnwrcnco,
San Fraucirco and ull principal points
wojt, mid by rivor and ruil to all poinu
south, for rilbur liituriivo ct at
tho company's ollico, Ho, 71 Ohio luvoo,
under City National bank, Cairo, Illinois.
Iamim MALLonr, Ticket Aj't.
Sor.. A. Silvki:, l'aictigor Ag't.
notice 6f "heImTval.
Messrs. R. Sinytho i!c Co., intend ru
moving their utitiru stock of goods from
their old stand, ou tlio Oblo ltVec, ) tbo
ono occupied by them at tho cornor of
Niaetoeiilh and Commercial avenue, hav.
ing met with a success in their new store
far beyond their most sanguino expecta
tions, thoy havo concludod.to consolidate
for tho prisent at least, their business
In the mcautimo their store houso on tho
loveo will bo given a thorough ovorhaul-
1.... nlun.l it, lin,.nl .,mui. Tl,..l.
i 111 au i,nvvu ... ,ui.bk. .ujim,.. ...no.v-
1 mi! tbo tiublio for past tuvortthov robiiuct-
fully solicit a continuanco of the same.
KYNASTON TO THE FRONT.
Mr. James Kynaston, whose reputation as
a butcher is par excullcnt with the people
ot this city, has opened n new meat
shop near tho corner of Commercial avenue
uud Twentieth street, np.vt dour to .Mr. I 'at
llurf 's gtoeery stoic. It is u well Xuown and
aelliowlcdscd fact that Mr. Kynaslon, dur
ing bin long experience Iu tlio meat Im.sl
ness In this city, never offered to liU custom
ers anything but the choicest ol erryllnd
of meat. He is a good judge of entile, and
buy.s nothing but the youngest and (attest,
and as a consequence has the best of beef.
The satuu may bo said of every kind of meat
sold by hint. Oho him atrial, and our word
lor it, joit will always be pleaded, (i-l'dl
MoIIenry RooVj Co., of Now Orleans,
have come to this city to stay, and have
lilted up a first class barber-shop on Com
mercial avenue in tho room next to Han
nun's book store, lately occupied by Stu
art A- (lllolson i.t a dry goods store. The
worknion aro all ilrjl-clais and are pro
pared to cut hair, shave, shampoo, etft, iu
tho very latest styles. All thoy ask Is a
trial. Thoy respectfully solicit a tharo of
public patronage MoIIknky Uok & Co,
FOR SALE OR RUNT.
A two-stury houso on Commercial avo
nuo near tho curnur of Nineteenth stroot.
The houso io forty foul long by twenty
two foot wido. It contains ten rooms and
kitchen, and a good cistern und necessary
out-houses aro attached t j it. It is well
ventilated and well adapted (or a busine?
lioutuordwulling. ' It is in a business part
of the city and lias been newly painted
and renovated insido and out. Apply to
Rivor Shannon House, Ohio Lovco,
Cairo, Illinois. 7-8-1 in.
Mi, Amu Lang on Eighth streut, between
Commercial and Washington nveiiueti, has
Just opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery good. She has one hundred
and lirt) diileienlitylesof hats and bonnets,
beldo a Urge aswoilment ol ribbon, How
ers mid notions ol nil hoU", nil ol which wil
be ld at thu lowest prices.
A iiMiLllu-ngcd woman can got constant
w rk iu washing, ironing and house,
eieamng by applying to H. l' IJurnslde,
aeiit Cairo and Vincenne railroad
(iittui, w iri1ln prefHrrol " '."tt
A. GOOD INVESTMENT.
A rare chsnce Is offered to some mtn
with money to Invest in good paying
property in the most desirtblo part of the
city. Two lots, 60 feet front on the avo-
nue, houso 3 aturles. Two largo stores
cau be flttod up on the first floor, tho up
per stories are woll arranged for dikes or
uwcinng.. For furthor particular! en
quire Of .tnliv O II HUM AS ii Co..
M-tf Real Estate Agents, Cairo, Ills
1'iiiCK UuiutEKr Office,
I hursdny Evening, July 21, U'7'i.
Tho woathur, which has been plcftf ntit
for somo days, has again turned extremely
wnrm. Uitr streets nro drv and dusty and
though rain tooint to full all around us, ve
get none horo. Tho market Is generally
uncliangod,busincssnnd tiuolations remain
Ing nearly as last reportod. The produce
market is woll supplied and -ate good
BuCor respondents should bear in mind
that those quotations nro for round lots
from first hands. For broken and small
lots, and in filling ordors, an ndvanro of
I to "c ii charged over those prices. txif
FLOUR Is In tolurably gosd demand
pricoi unchanged. Salci ombraeo 050 bbls
various grades 2r. noi 60-, low gradu
ou bids S;-ioU; lutiiiiiis supcrCne-l: dioicu
XXX 100 bbls SS; good family'-'OObbls't
J5; "Fancy' S00 bbls $0(Tjt AO.
HAY Tho market Is baro of good hay
and there Is none arriving', thu demand is
goHl and '.t would sell readily ; low grade
are in light request. Wo note a salu of 1
car common at Sl'J.
CORN Continues in Mr upply bul
limited demand. Prices ato lluctuatinir,
choice white lucked tending upward, fabs
coinpriso : White, 2 cars (to urrlvo), 4 'jt
1 cars do 'lCl7c j 1! cars do in bulk, 1
luc ; 1 car do, on orders, in sacks, Uo, 1 car
do. del. AOc; 1 cur mixed, dol. lOe. 2 cars
do In sacks 4S.
OATS Are lightly ennui red for
Prices rnnue from 'M fa 1 0c; 1 car iu bull
having told for 32c, und 1 car sacked and
delivered for 3S)c.
COKN MEAL is in fair supply and
demand at previom prices. Wo note rale
of I cur at T 1,10(1 bbls at U "V
1IHA N-Inactive ; ' quotations rang"
from SI 1 A0f3,$12 01'.
ItUTTER Choice is in request and
brines 202i:'; very littlo on hind, and a
good supply of inferior and low qualities.
Wo quolu ton tubs good 22c; twenty buck
REUS Plenty in tho market and sale
slow. Wo quotu sales at 10e.
OHIOKi-iNS Dealers pay $3 AO per
doxen lor old and ?J A0'J for young
Thu supply and demand are nboiit equal.
Salet ombraeo 4 coops of old chickens,
?J JO; 2 coops, young, $3.
FRU11' Applet are plenty and the
market is good at $2 60 per bb!.
PROVISIONS Are in actlvo demand,
and llrm ut quututiout. Supply light.
little woru, ,o v. ulunr t,Mi, pn.,u.t
uud delivered, 10c j :i,00i lbs shoulders.
"''.; 2.00'i biiiii, SLMc.
POTATO L'i Tbu'mnrkot it over-t-Kik-cd,
and very dull'
TOMATOES 100 boxes sold at 2-fV
.riOc. per box.
TEAS. Imperial, 761 (iunpow
dur, 76l 25 ; Oolong black, 70ff 1
Young Hyson, J11 40.
CHEESE.-Uood demand ; Now York
factory r lb lCJ17c.
BY It ITS Tho denmnd is fair for
choice at (ioifl ;-. gal, ami New Or
leans at 75(Jauo.
PLASTER 1N'(1 HAIR 30c "fMmihol.
LIME.-In lotsjl 20 to 1 CO 7? bbl.
CEMENT. At wholP.alo 7Qfi 50 V
COAL OIL. St!c.
OUNNTF.S.-Ro-owod 21 bti'.helt 18c
UCl'.LAPS. 'JJ bn.hols com, 5 07.
ISAc; do 10 07. Hie: 4 bushel O.tts itr: C
bushels tile; 0 bushels 2'Jc.
11 EES WAX. c 10 30o.
SOA P. Schaeil'or's Oermari mottled
7Jc; Champaign soap, 7jc.
"TALLOW, V lb 7c.
COFFEE Scarco nnd Urm, Java toll
ing at 30(3yl2c: Laguayra H01!; Rio
prime to choice 21(7ij25i!.
II A.MS Sugar cured canvased tiro quo
ted at 14($lCc. Plain country cured
choice are quoted at l'Jlc.
LARD Rollnod is quoted in tiorces at
8lcand in kegt at 010o.
"llREAKFAST RACON 12c.
SUOAR. Coffoo A quoted nt 13o
14MJc for crushed, pewdored and gran
ulatoJ. JJKOOMS. Dull j common houso sell
at $1 GO to !0j choice and extra choice
$303 70; stoamboat $1 C05 00.
FREK1HT Cotton, cop-preesod tc
Now York, 8.1c; to ilos H. Ull
compreseod, to Now York iljto IIoj
KATES To Now Orlesii and Vioks
burg: I'otatoo, apples, otc, "Oej
pound freights lOo cwt; hay !JC
pur ton; wuitkey M 10 pur bbl.
TO M EMIMI IS Flour, etc 20c per bbl
pound freights 12Ae per cwt; bay $1 per
ton; whiskey HOc per bbl; pork COe pur
I V i S I T
KM" tlil.l.Mli:i IS s,'.MI
l! niiinliers of tin' -nclctv ol
,leu.. and ineoipolated by an ael of the
stale liri.l.ituie In 1ST.', It has expel ieliced
iinliileirupted success, uud continues to ol
fei llie student eiery lacllity lor aeijiliriiy
C.'iissleiil nnil Coiiiliierelnl K.liiei-.lloii.
Ibilletins are sent three times a year to
tlie parents or guardians of the students, to
iiiioiiu them ot the conduct, health uud
impiineiiienl of their sons or wauls. An
expiuieneed physician dally vlslln Hie In
million, mid the gieatest cam and alien
lion aro bestowed on the srek,
Hoard and tuition, per scsklun, ten
months, , ,
The next session begins on tiepteiuber 1,
( iitalogues cniiiiilnliif.' instructions to par
cuts, and lull I'alllculais, will bu sent nee
ou application Iu , .
' ltl. ,1. (I. ZKAI.AN1', h.'l ,
I'lesideiit.St, Louis I iiii'i'sll, SI Louis,
MH'oiirl :.2dA wlin
llf Cairo. In the lead, and ,n m.li i to make
liowillei- Is i-1 ntiic stock of
SUMMER GOODS AT COST
Hi sloel. consist
lie will also -ell .i.l otiu r irooits ill proportion
G.RKATI.Y Iili3aOUC I3J.U fc'l-il CVOJU:
ITSrile te-pe' t'iilK ol t in xaiiiiii.iiion ol t- im k, l. iiiii'- u-.ureil thtt non ii
call be found tit the U) .
$30,000 worth' of goods
: o 3Cr 30 .a.. -sr
I will m'11 my
AT ACTUAL COST
As 1 am d.'tern .io' I to . loso "lit my pr-i; i' business .- toon aspossible
N. I!.- TO AVOID ALL MIST.KI' II KIMOAITKK. THIS -TOCK
WILL UK SOl.h STKHT1. I oU
July r,, l.-:.;
(JO 1 1' K K A s;,
V, li 0
U A li 15 0 L A T K 0 K
J' K It M A . C! A
i nissf man i ii i ssihi
U A R 1J 0 L. I r A V, 1)
Oil h 0 It I ) 10 OF LI
P O W 0
WOIA SALE AT XiO"W PRICSS
n :bl ug-gi s t s .
t'OHKU WASHINGTON AYKKI'H AND UinilTH STKlSliT
The Saint l.iui'e Is well ind widely kunwn;as the ICHding and
LAKGKST HOTEL IN S0UTJ1I3RN ILLINOIS
And in all the appolntinout. of a llr-t-cl.iss l.iiu-e, has no eompetior in Cairo, and no -.npe
lior in Ihe statu outside of Cliieii'.o.
i'ho Milnt Chailcsls built in the most solid mid substantial manner of brick and lion, n
four stories in hulKlit, cncIusKo of basement and utile, hm it 1 1 unlace ol 110 feet on the
Ohio rler. I'-'' leet on Second ntrcet .unlit wing lor eiillunry purniKes; is In thorouglirepiir
and will coinforlably aceonimodiile 2lhl guest. Is now doing a linn paying buluuss, whii li
will be largely Increased dicing the piesetjear by tho new rilliomls now being built uiio
Cairo, and whom depots w 111 be In close proximity to thu house.
Pintles wishing to engage In thu hotel business havo now tin excellent npiioiiuinij to
purchase the until'" pi'iipiirt). or ouvthliil Interest wild m.iiiageineiil of the busines., ip
eluding liirnlliuc ami gnud will. onory rt"isnif.iblo terms, at low liguics, and c.ts p.u
Or a. w. conn, an,
41 Pel'didoHtleet, .New Orlelilis.
I D I j li W I L D MI tl I jS
I Coiner ol Tweply-s'
( uud Ohio l.e,
lid street (
M. I). HUNTER,
ciiuii'K stk-m me t cohn Mm.1
Ill luti to Milt llit Hint'
room lor lm mm,! n
001 I ! Is.
Ill part ol
fill in" slni'K
I!. II. CUNN INO II A.M.
.M 0 C JI LO It A L I -M
L I -1 12
N A T 10 OF 1' 0 '1' A S II,
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SAX - ES
b i, i. iii
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crpJw.lqr.I.,x, wiloo ,
(Sreef Tii knor .V Co., "sT. LOU
A IJOOK FOI? THE MILLION
A Vtivnlofoiinsclor to tlio.Mnrrlea
or lljvis sbont to lUn), on tu l'liyloluti'al iuv.
t.ri.sanil rdivlutlou.uriUeSotusUjatcm, U(,
latest dltcotorlo Iu produclm: ted pluteutlu ull
prluit, erowrvlngtliscompl.xlnu, Ac
v 'llli (.auP'Jmslinswork of, two Lr- lred and
lily i.ges,wlllniuiu.roujogrurlee,n,coill,.. ,
.sluatl. lurormstloii tor lbM ; wlio s.r tuwM o.
loutomplsls inarrisk'sl ."II It Is a took Hut uutL
to La uud.rlock ani Uj ud not laid iar.lil
alout'tln lioma.1 . , .
3.1.1 1 au mi. (fr ?, '?7 Castt. iji,t.
rr Hirort .ppljU. I. '"10s llli tea, ?; ,:.
Ss,l,liaialW,lisltsnsUl.Ml. w bvatXlaraLIa iio".
.0 tt. 4U.SMI latuim.J lj tl il, . roZ llf iVsTJIi
-mo( tjta!i ""' J: ,J'Jl.n
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