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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1873
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in m w tau mti f -
Hj ky rtal Cartl.
VaMtaMlM MM) ItatlB Balldtag
i auMitac nltr cvvrjr pnK,
' ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11 K
M llMtsse NhorOat Konto
' aiklr IsnrHwt Hnisf
TO ST- LOXJIS
NO OUANOK OF OARS
FHOM OA I HO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE OUANOK OF OAKS
OM CAIKO TO
II i. Ilnalwitlri. Tnl'll.
Oo! 1'iUnbuiK. Wwfilnirton.
IIBlOrC, .ruliauaipnia, n
HOIIOD RUU nil vium
auatr, Janfsfllio. Ma.lls.n.
Ollt, m. rui uu nil ,'uiu.n ui
Ihn U alio tli only dltul riulc to
Dwtlar, BloomlnRlon, MtmngnM,
Toorta, Uulnoy, Konkuk,
Turlington, Hock Island, I .ft Hall".
.VaoJoia, Jhaon, Kreoport,
gtleu, DuUiqo. H10111 Cltjr,
Onnha and nil point northwest,
Kletrant Drawing lloom Slooplng Oft"
On all Night Train.
Baorag Checkmi 10 all Important points.
For tlokota and information, apply to I. 0. It. It
dtputat alro; on board f lie trsnsit Moanier !
twK Oolumbua and Cairo, and at tno prlncip
railroad ticket ofMoa throughout I lie south.
W. P. JOHNSON, Ocn'l fass. AK't, Clilo0.
A. MirCHiLL, Uen'l. Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIME.
l'iiMorjL'cr trains on tlio Illinois Central
change time to-day. From and after 2:10
'p.m. to-day trains will run as follows :
jixtite". y ...:or.ji.;m.
Hall, except Sunday ....Skin a. m.
Kxpresd, .. 'J-.tO p.m.,
Mall, dally except Sunday ..U-.'iS p.m.
CAIRO, ARKANSAS AND TKXAS H. II.
On and after Tuesday,.) illy 10, 1S7I!, train
will run dally, except Sunday, between
ureeuut-M m lanuing ami iron siuiiig
Missouri, ax follows:
Leave Orrentlclil'ti lit ... 4.-00 litiii
Arrive at Greenfleld'H at ':'' a.m.
Arrive nt Iron Siding at 7:15 i.m.
Leave Iron Siding at O-.lft a.m.
u.v. C1AIU0 AND VINCENNKS
SHORTEST ROUTE FJtOM CAIRO
Cincinnati, Imllanapoll, 'i'olcilu,
Detroit, CcvWnud, Slunr.t Fulh,
JSiiffalo, I'JIUbtirjr. Washington,
UaJtltuore, Philadelphia, New Vorl;.
llo-ton and all Kastcru Points.
CHANGE OF TIME.
On and alter Tuesday, July 1. lory, u,tnt
will run at follows :
Going north leaves Cairo nt 4:00 a.m.
Uolng south arrives at Cairo at.... 3:111 p.m.
UnltVli nrv Kiiinuiini.ifl.ir.il
"M"" via a a vwt lUHAiiurit
Leaves Cairo ut.
.uua u.tu. and U:ou ti.m.
Arrives at Cairo ut"ttAytt!iu. and lrJ3 p.m.
The express, tralu north arrive at Vln-
ceiiuoa at l'J:'J0 p.m., nikklnu direct c oiiucc
tiou ut 12:30 p.m., with tliu Indianapolis mid
. rincenncs ranroau tor lliuiauapoll, t Jiu
(jrcav rai.roau tt'llin-, iroin wiilrii iiiliil
traiua uro dcnarlini; nt all limn-, lor all
tioluU iu the United States and Canada. At
I'-.UI p.m. with the Kvuusvllltf and Craw.
I'jiUWIu railroad, lor Terra Haute, Imll i
najHilif, C'hicaKO, Danville and all points
north, via the Terra llautu, Kvaiistlllu uinl
Culcogo railroad, and east via the 'aiidalia
line, and ludianapulU andSL l.ouN railroad.
At l-M p 111. with the Olilo and .MI-N-ijijiI
railroad, fur Cluciuuati, i.ouistille, and all
points eat, via Ciurlinmll.
I'wutciigcw t'olnj? Iiy this route are placed
In Indianapolis, Cincinnati, l.ouisvillit, New
York, Uoston, Philadelphia, lLililmoro,
Wathlngton, aud all eastern points, twehe
hours In ndvancu of any oilier route.
Kspres train makes lonuvetion at Uldo.
rado with SU Louis and Southeastern rail
way, lor St. Louis, Ml. Vernon (Illinois),
Shawueelown, and all points lielween i:iilu-
rauo aim at. i.ouis.
At Norris City maLea elosu eoiiuectlon
ror Sprlujrneld, Hoek Island, and all points
on Hprlnt'tleldand Illinois Southea.tvni rail
way and connection..
At Canul with St. Louis, Kvaiisvlllc, Ui-u-deraou
and Nashville railway line, tor JU.
Vornon (Indiana), Kvuusvillo, lleudursou
(Kentucky), Naxhvllllo ('I'eiinesNee), and all
lSui.'Kjii,'e checked to nil luinortniit nnints.
jl ror tickets ami inioriuallon nppiy at
the ticket olllce, eoriu-r Seventh struct and
Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
Jko. Lee, Hup't. C'hah. O. Wooh,
Oeu. I'ais'r and 'i'icUnt Ag't
H. F. llUit.SMDK, Acnt, Cairo.
LOCAL WL'ATIIL'K KLI'OItT.
U. S. Sia. Skk., UiiHKhVxit'ri Opviur, (
Caimo, .)uly, Jb?a, lu.ll p.m.
Thermometer IT, di-Krees.
Wind, goutli, Velocity tl miles per
Maximum tcinpcratutc last -i hours, Hi
Mlnlmuin temperature, last L'l Ihiiiih, TO
l'revallltig wlml lat hours, south.
Total number ol miles wind travelled, last
U hours, Vli.
Best Scotch ul, itout porlur, and eiht
yer old bourbon whiikeytobo found only
tt tlio Crystal saloon, cornur of Sixth street
tnd Coinmorcial avenuo.
tiTKAOALA fc IiAMC,
ti-'J5 lui l'ropnetors.
k tiaeks lorthe.Calro, Arkansas ami Tcxa
,'alh-oad, starting Irom White ,V (ireer's
i tore, corner ol Sixth street und Ohio levee,
-tin as folluws:
euve at 8 n.m
" " f.p.iu.
iUiti John Mkykiim. Avfiit.
itettiUr hoarders at tlio liuropean hotel,
larry Walker proprietor, receive hoard at
uu raio oi ?3' per inomu. O-lO-tl
Fine w Lite ; single und double X umber
ingle und double X Canary, best ijualtty ol
nauilla. bluu letter, etc.. etu. U)M) lnr
is, prmu.-u m m .'i iu u . per inousaiiu,
t tliu llUU.KTIN (Jl'UCK.
As warm weather Is upproni-hlni: the
ITprP VI IWJ urwii FT, uu ,iHU w tvmu Ulttt
lesars. natip xwarnson nave mien up and
jtefuralshed, lu elegant style, their Ice cram
rlors. Their uiammoUi hiidiHntaln has
UotupUt in running ordrWl nothing
, i WMtitlK about the esUbllellfifiit to make
ltMUro and couilort of Ihelrpalroiis
-Full Hock UJlei hats at lo tbsnono
third tbelr valuo, at Hartman's. 7-1C If
All kinds of sun pictures nt .1. ScLlotlnu
or's, Eighth streot, between Waitilngton
and Ootntnerclal avenue". 7-10lf.
II. T. (lorould lull yesterday fur n
a thrco weeks trip tbroiiL'b tlio Kaelern
Halloa's stock ol fruit i nns Is tlio
largoJt in tbo market, and ho lias loads of
can wax. 7.2'J-lm.
(lines fruit Jars, porcolaiti lined, ;lnts
topped nt llartmnn's.
l'liotojjrnplu and other pictures nt J.
Mcblosingor's, Klghth stroet, botwoon
Washington nml Commercial nvonuod.
Halloy will otl'or extra Inilucomonts
for tbo noxt uUdays,so as to mnko room
for bis largo order of boating stoveJ.
All kinds of Jolly glassca nt Hart
man's. 7-1C tf.
Mrs. .1. F. Wllliiig, corresponding
socrotnry of tbo Woman's Foreign Mis
sionary society of tbo M. K. church, will
conduct forvlces nt tbo Methodist church
lu this city m Sunday noxt.
Mies Annlo Lnngloy, formorly of this
city, but now n residont of Jackson, Ton
nossoo, i In this cily visltinc bor friends.
aincolonvlnp; Catro.sbo bn9 graduated with
Ilstlnction at tho Academy nt Jackson.
Dan. liartman ofl'ors for sale bis lino
spring wnijon. It Is suitable for oltbcr
family uso or n delivery wagon, and can
bo bought nt a bargain. Any ono desir
ing n wagon of this kind should call upon
lilm and learn bis tonus. 7-lMf
Gents' half bo'e, C5 cents a do.-ien, nt
llartman's. 7-1 G tf
Wo bavoftcmntnunicallon inatoro for
to-mortow's Issuu of The IIum.ktin-
Its principal ingredionts nro "Yo local-,"
tbo city of Cairo with lis $220 worth of
steam engines;" "tho city of Cairo and Its
$28,000 worth of mules aud nsses;" and
tliu "Fifth street stink."
II alley bus a lot of wood pumps and
tubing which ho otlers extra low; call nml
seo thorn, Ii!S Washington nvunuo.
7.1! 9-1 in.
1'. Fitzgerald at bis rooms, corner
Fourtooiith otroot and Coinmorcial nvo
nuo, oilers for salo Guinness' 1'ortor it
iis ules nnd puro Hennes.y brandy,
and tho genulno A.-jgosturo bitters, all
nrst-elass cliolora cures. Try thorn
CJnik's thread flvo cents a spool at
ii unman e. 7.10
Mr. John 1'. Holey, b ivIok comnlotod
tbo work of loveolng .Shawnootown, has
roturned to Cairo to stay. Uo will rostimo
his old business of survoyinc und civil
onginecring, and may bo found nt alj
times, by thoso desiring bis sorvico, nt bis
old uiiarturs in tlio court-bouso.
Go to Halloy'n for good stovos and
good bargains, ICS Washington avenue-
llluko, 1ms purcbatod of Mr. 11. T. (5ur
oubl bis gas and steam Utling establish,
moot. Mr. Illako will i-ontinuu tliu
business at Its prosont location iu Dross'
building, corner of Kovontli slrcot and
Commercial nvonuo. Success to tho now
proprietor of tlio gas fixture.
C. Manny wishes tho public to bo In
formed that ho has on band a stock of
dry goods and carpets us extensive as any
in tlio bouthwest, nnd that hu is detenu-
inod lo sull overytbini; at nriees lower
than tho lowest. Call on hint to-day and
uxaniiiio goods and prices. Ho will satisfy
you ootu us to quality and cost.
Ur. l.avartv. homoeonatblst nhvsl.
chin, latu of aimwneetown, has located in
this oily, und intends muklng it his homo
luuiinutor comes to Cairo well rocom
muiidod, nml rofurs to tbo utlleurs of tbo
First National bank of Sh&wnoetown, to
whuni ho U well known, having practiced
bis profession niuong tbum for yenrs. lln
solicits a fair sbnro of tbo patronngo of
our citizens. 7-'J().tf
Full sized mosquito bars fifty cents a
pair, nt Hiirtman's. 7.115 tf.
Notice Is boroby given to all saloon
kocnora and liquor doalors of tbo cltv of
Cairo, that 1 will prosocuty to tbo fullest
oitont of tbo law, nnyono who mny sell or
i:Ivo my husband stilrlluous Ilouor. or nor-
mil him to drink tbo saino upon their
promises. Lucv A. Stiuuiiai..
Caiiw, Ills., July i!!l, 187U. 7-'J!i-!lt
UHUSUKI) TO DKATU
WM. THOMl'.SON, .lit-. OF SANTA
, F i: IC I'M F.0 1 N CT K ILL ICO II Y
11 Ii HOI5.SK FALLING
On Saturday afternoon last William
Thompson,-a young man ol about nineteen
years of age, ton ol Mr. William Thump
son, Sr., of Santa Feu precinct, met his
leatb lu n inoit singular manner. Young
iiiomp.oii, accompanied by twu other
young men went to Cypress Hill llnptlit
church, to attend ruligious services. Sor
vico over, Thompson with bis fnonds star
ttid to ri t un home. Thev wuro ridlntr on
hurtu back, ami when noar tbo residonco
of Mr. Androw Nnws, who livos near tho
Mississippi river, a short distance from
Cypress Hill church, Thompson's horsu
became frightened, and unmanageablo.
Tbo bor.se from somn cause, of which
neither of the young men who acenmna.
nird Thompson can account, loll heavily,
and iu falling, throw young Thompson
under him, crushing tbo life out of tho
young man almost Instantly.
The remains of young Thompson were
convoyed to the n-Hidonce of bis parents,
teverul milos from where Die accident oc
curred, Tho luiieral took placo yesterday after
noon, the remains bulng followed to their
last resting place by a largo circlo of sor
rowing relations aud friends,
William Thompson is said to bavo been
n young man ol steady habits, ami Indus
trious ; aud iu bis death, tliu community
in which be lived, has sustained the luts
of 01.0 of Its be.it citizens.
CAMPUKLL ON TRIAL
OPENING OF THK OA.MIMIELI.
DOYLE MUKDKK TRIAL.
ALL DAY YESTERDAY SPENT IN
TRYING TOGK'f A J URY.
PROCEEDINGS IN THE I'KOllATK
AND POLICE COURTS YES
I n tho circuit court yestorday tho caso of
William Campbell. Indicted for tbo mur-
der of Putrick Doyle, ruato or tbo Grand
Tower, wbllo sbo lay at tho wharf in this
city, on tlm night of April L'o lnt, was
Tho pnonor being without money or
frlonds on whom to rely for aealstnnco.
.luilgo John II. Mulkoyand D.T. Linegnr
Were appointed by tbo court to conduct
Judge W.J. Allon, 11. Watson Webb"
and County Attorney Popo upponr for tho
Shortly after tho oponlng of court the
work of selecting a Jury was coiiiinuticed.
lly eleven o clock tbo regular panel was
exhausted and nlno jurors obtnlnod. An
ordor for a new panel was mado and court
adjourned until 2 p. in.
At ii o'clock court ro-ns.onibled. when
tho names of twonty-four additional Jurors
wuro prusentod. lly :i o'clock this patio
was ohnutod ami tho thren additional
jurors obtained. Hut unfortunately
shortly alter tho adjournment of
court at noon, William l.awronco, the
llrst juror sworn, was taken sick, and by
il.o'clock, bad. become so bad that bo was
excused (from serving on tho jury; and
thou the court was compelled to make an
oraor tor twenty-lour additional jurors,
after which court adjourned until 8J
o'clock this evening.
An hdlourned term oi tbo Alexander
county probato court, dudgo F. Uross,
presiding, assembled In the county court
room at .i o'clock yesterday morning.
Tho following is a record or tho pro
coodlngs oT tho court yesterday.
Luvy und Gogol, vs. Harry Walker,
assumpsit, $:!00. Judgmont ngainst de
fendant for $241 60, and costs. Applica
tion by Harmon H. lllaek, plaintiil's at
torney, lor execution, which was grunted.
Hoppock' and Groenwood, vs. II. 0.
Tbielecko; assumpsit, 500. Judgmont
ugainst In favor of plalnilfl' for $407 87,
and costs. Uu application of S. 1'. Whce
'2. I'lnlntlll's attorney, execution was
in tho mutter of tho iTUanliansbin of
Surlnn Rommok, deconstd. N. Hun-
Bnckor, guardian. Schedulo oi proporty
bolonging to said ward wusnnnroved and
(iuardinnshlp of Martha Manuv, Green
Maasuy, guardian, lloport not approved.
meat ot certain claims. Sald"i.iirdu.,
also required to bring faid word into
couri neioro corialn claims can bo allowed,
Kstato or Napoleon S. iilodgott, de
ceased, N. Huneucker, administrator. lo
lition for nilo of real estate iircseiited:
and it appearing that Johanna Cahill and
111. Cnhill are minors, nnd having 110
guardian, etc., It was ordered that P. H.
Popo bo appointed guurdliiri for said
F.itutu of Taploy White, deceased, E.
Siualling, administrator. Administer'
bond upproved und letters of admin
istration ordored to Issue.
Adjourned to nine o'clock this morning.
Tboro waa nothing worthy of notu
transpired in either of tbo polio courts
yesterday. A lew cases ut tho ordinary
run weio tried, but nothing elso took
STRANG K DISEASE A MONO
For some timu past a strango uinlady
bus been allecting tbo caltlo in this city
and 111 portions or tbo county; but wo bo
Hove tbo malady, or wlmtovor It may bo
callod, provalls to a greater oxlunt in the
city than it docs in any other portion of
Wu have board ol' numorous Instances
whoro cows bavo entirely lost tliolr sight,
but aftor remaining; in this condition for
in some instances, a wook, in other oasos
ton or twelve days, and still iu other casos
two wo'iks and longor, they recovor their
sight, and their eyes become to all appear
ances as well as they uver were. So fur us
wo have been able to ascertain,
no ono really knows what it
is that is thus utlecting the
cattlot but It Is gonorally
believed that the blindness Is caused by n
poisonous weed, which at this sea
son of the year is to bo found in great
abundoncu in tho grass aud weeds in the
vacant lots and commons about the city.
This weed is said to resemble tho ordinary
thistle very much. It Is supposed that
wbllo picking for grass the face of the
cow is brought in contact witli It, and
from its ell'oct tboy aru temporarily
Wo have baerd of no eas wburo the
blindness bhs been peniianc.il. Common
salt is the usual antidote fertile cure of the
oyes of the cows thus all'ccted, lu some
Instances a handful of dry fait has boeu
thrown Into tho eyes, while iu others a
strong solution of salt ami wuturhai been
made und the eyes wahcd with it. lu
both cutcs the remedy has proven a sure
.Mil. .MAX IIOLI.KK,
A COMPETENT PIANO TUNEIl
AND KEFA1 KEIt,
Has located in tho city. CoiitMi-ts luudu
for tuning pianos by tliu year or other
wise, to nut tliu owner. Orders li ft at the
Jewelry store of E. & W lludnr Mill re
ceive prompt attention 7-2-lm
ONLY TWENY-F1VE CAR LOADS.
, a '
Twenty-five car lends of Italian marble
wororecelvod by the Illinois Central rail
road at this point yestorday. This Im
menso shipment is consigned to William
Dowdnll, Cincinnati, and Is now being
transferred to Hat cat cars, to bo shipped
over tbo Ohio nml Mississippi road to Its
destination. Some or the slabs wolgh n
much as nlno thousand pounds.
1 will cell in) rcsldcnco propel ty on Sev
enth street, between Wn-hlngton uvomio
and Walnut street, ceinprl-lng.-lx lots, run
nlng through from Sixth to Seventh Mrccls,
with lino dwelling-house, carrl.ige hou-c,
stable, well, Irult trees, gr.ipciy, elc,, etc.
nil In prime condition.
Also the line bu-lucss stand. No. "7 Ohio
Also i,V! acres excellent Irult or farming
land, on the Ohio river, adjoining the town
ot Caledonia. l'uliisLi county, hair mile
from a stntieu on tliu C. and V. rallrond.
One hundred acres under cultivation,
Also a line lot, IIJ acres, with a good I'.itm
house thereon, situated iu Villa Itidge, a
bcautllul place-, well slocked with cholro
Also two lots at tbeeornerol Third tivcl
and the lcu-c.
Also tliree good drays, and three uts of
dray harness; a two- lor.'C wago-i, nearly
new, with double harness,
1'iices and tetms reasumiblc.
fillio, July ll, lb7;i. D. IlL'UK.
Aot's.Okkick 0. V. U. 15 , 1
Caiiio, Ills., July 20, 1H7J.
For tbo accommodation of the citizens
of Cairo, tbo Mound City accommodation
train will on nnd after Monday, July i!8,
stop as follows At Fourteenth street
Twentieth street, Twetily-llftb atreet,'
Thirty-fourth street, ami tho crofting of
tho Illinois Central railroad. No one
will bo permitted on the train without a
ticket. Faro botwotm Seventh street sta
tion ami Illinois Central railroad eroding
nnd intermediate point', llvo cents.
Tickets good for twenty fnres ciin be pur
chased at the ticket olllce, corner ot "-'ev-until
street, for ono dollar. Passengers
will not bo permitted to get oil' or on tho
train at any points other than the above.
On as O. Wooi,
Gen 1. Passenger nnil Ticket Agt.
EXCURSION TO DENVER.
M. anii St. L. I'ackkt Companv, 1
Aoent's Omen, Cairo, July 1, 187ii.
The .Memphis and St. Louis Packet
company now oiler lor salo round trip
tickets from Cniro to Denver and return
S7f, good for ninety days from dale of
sale. Also regular tickets 011 sale for
Kansas City, Omaha, Topokn, Lawrence,
San Fraiici'co and all principal points
west, and by river and rail to all points
south. For fuither information cull at
tho company's olllco, No. 71 Ohio levee,
under Citv Natioiml ImnW 'ir ,,!T."'"
.1 A Men M i.i.uut, Tloknl Ag't.
Sol.. A. Sii.vkh, l'asmngor Ag't.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Messrs. R. Umytho A: Co., intend ro
moving tbelr entire stock of goods from
thoir old stand, on the Ohio levee, to tbo
one occupied by them nt tliu corner id
Nineteenth and Commercial avenue, hav.
ing mot with a success in their now store
far beyond their most eatigulno expecta
tions, they have concluded to consolidate
for tlio present nt least, their business
In the meautlmn their store housu on the
levee will be given n thorough overhaul
ing and placed 111 perfect repair. Thank
ing tlm public for past lavorjlbey respect
fully solicit a continuance of the same
K YNASTOS TO Till: FRONT.
Mr. James Kyim-dou, whose reputation us
a butcher is pur oxeulleut Willi the people
ol tills city, has opened a new meat
shop near the coiner of Commercial avenue
and Twentieth street, next door to Mr. Put
HurTii grocery store. It Unwell inown and
lu-Inowlcilged fact that .Mr. Kynaston, dur
ing his long cxpxilciicc lu the meat bilil
liesH In this city, never ottered to bis custom.
cis an) thing but the choicest ol every Hud
of meat, lie Is a good Judge of cattle, and
buys nothing hut the youngest and lattcst,
and as a consequence has the best of beef
The .".line may be said of every kind ot meat
sold by him. (live lilm atrial, and our word
lor It, you will always be plcacd, (i-lB-tl
A NEW FIRST-CLASS MARKER.
Mollenry Roe A: Co., of Now Orleans,
bavo como to this city to stay, and bavo
tilted up a II ret class bnrbcr-shop on Com
mercial avenue in tho room noxt to Han
non's book storo, lately occupied by Stu
art A- GboUon na a dry goods storo. Tbo
workmon are all llrst-class nml aro pre
pared to cut hair, shave, shampoo, etc., in
tlio very latest styles. All tnoy nsu is a
trial. They respectfully solicit a share of
public patronage, .MciiUMtY nor. cc uo,
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A two-story house on Commercial live
nuo near tho corner of Nineteenth street.
The house Is forty feet long by twenty
two feet wide. It contains ten rooms and
kitchen, und a good cistern nnd ueenssnry
out-houses aro attached tj it, It is well
ventilated and well adapted for a business
house or dwelling. It is in a business part
ol' the city and has been newly painted
and reuovatod lueldo and out. Apply to
River Shannon Houso, Ohio Lovco,
Cairo, Illinois. 7-8-lm.
A GOOD IN V EST MK NT.
A raro chance Is olio rod to some man
witli money to Invest in good paying
property in, the must desirable part of the
city. Two lots, to feet front on tho avo-
11110, house .1 storlos. Two largo stores
can be II '.tod up on tlio llrst lloor, tho up
per stories are well arranged for olllcoa or
Iwellini's. For fuither particulars en
quire of John (, II aiiman Co ,
u-i-tt Real Kilalo Agents, uairo, ui
On and alter A'ugutt 1, 1 Intond to do a
strictly cash business, except with thoao of
my cuttouieia whoscttlo promptly on the
llrst of ijfury month, All old accounts
und nolui In my bauds which nre not
settled vtnj mun, 1 shall advertise and sell
at public vendue. D, Autkii.
Caiko. July '.'ii, 187'.'. 7-'J7-lni
. -KW GOODS.
Mis. Ainu Lang on Eighth street, bflwceu
i',u,,ii,r..ini 1 c.i,iiuiiin .'iuinip. has
Just opened" out a stock of new and lasblon-
able millinery goods, .-hu has one btinurcu
and fifty dltlerent styles of lists and bonnet",
beside a large assortment ol ribbons, Hew
ers and notions of all sorts, all of which wll
bo sold ut the lowest prices.
. , FntoRiJuimENTOrni'K, 1
Monday Evening, July 2, lS7:i.
Tho rain of yostordnv was fiillieleiitly
heavy to lay tho dust, and rondors butl
noss out doors and in much pleasantor
than for sovoral wookg past. Tho mar-
Hot is vory nulot, .and drooping in all its
branches; with tbo oxcoptlon of Hour. This
staplo is buoyant with a strong upward
tendency In prices on medium and choice,
Receipts nre light and tho market Is bare
of the higher grades. Low grades are
plenty and not wantod, liny is unsalea
ble nt any price. Corn Is dull and droop
ing, with stocks more than euf
Uuhlit to moot all demands.
O.itl nre quiet but llrm nt 'Mo sacked and
dullverud. The stock of butter Is ncccum-
ulnting und the market is easy. Eggs urn
a drug. Chickens are scarce, there was
none in tlio market to-day. Provisions
aro active anil llrm.
rii k M.iiikr.r.
Ctay-Correspondents should bear In mind
that theo quotations are for round lot!
from llrst bands, For broken and small
lots, and in filling orJers, an ndvauco of
1 to 'U' Is charged over these prices tiT
FliOL' 15 Active nnd scarce, witli an
upward tendency lu tho medium and
higher graJei with stocks oxhauti-d and
market bare, Low grades aro plenty nnd
dull; sales were 100 bids various grndia
id 50($!i- 1,10 do S5b 7.1; Cuu do S Ifes
KiObbis XXX i7 25; 'JOO bids choice
family IS oOanJ 4HU hbls various grades
11 A Y None selling, nnd no quotations
can be given.
CORN Dull and drooping. Mixed
corn Is in fair demand and moderate sop'
ply, but white Uery dull, good supply'
with little or no demand. Tliu market
elosed to-day Ii.- for mixed mid GSc for
white, sacked und del. Sales embrace 8
car whlto, sacked and del flue; !l curs
mixed, do -lCc; It car do l.rc; 4 cars white
do flfic; rl curs do in bulk on track, Mc,
and, car yellow.sacked nml del sold at -I7c(
OATS Scarce, demand very light.
Sales were !! cars, s icked and del Stic. .
CORN M EA L : Market weal: nnd the
tendency is to lower prices. Tho stock on
baud U limited, but the demand ii small.
Hales embrace i-'oo hbls, S D del, $2 HO i
iicar lovds do ii SO, and 100 bblr do
MRAN- quiet nnd dull. We not" a
salo or 1 car ut SU and i ll 00.
Ill' ITER Plonty and quiet. Prices
range from lfl to 21c, according tuquility
ti't,ii slei of f, tubs strirllv cbolco 22c;
S tubs "Gilt Kdgu" 'J3o; f.d'pkgi cbolco
20e; l&pkgsdo 'JOWJlo, ami :!U pails do
EGGS Market over stocked und dull.
10c is ttui outsnle llguro lor fresh receipts.
Sales 1 ,000 do, shipper's count 10c.
CHICKENS -Nona iu tho market
Choice young chickens aro wanted ut
$12 00 to ii. Old chickens bring j" ' i r'0
according to quality.
FRUIT Very little (if any kind com
lug in. A fuw boxes of pears dd i'l to
$1 :I0 pur box, of one-half bushel each.
PROVISIONS Tho market is active
and llrm. Stocks of ull kind, uro very
light, Sales embrace 10,000 Uu clear sides
atdOcj .'l.OOJ Ibi bacon shoulder. SJCm
and :i,000 Ibi plain hums 12l::o.
TEAS, Imperial, 701 iffl; Gunpow
der, 7001 20; Oolong black, 7fll
Voung Hjson, f 101 40.
CHEESE. Good demand -, New York
fai lory V- lb 101(Vfa7c.
SYRUPS The demand it fnir lor
choice at i!O(0Jl gal, and Now Or
leans at 7O0SOc.
PLASTERING HAIR H5o bushel
LI M I-:. Iu lots $1 i!.', to 1 CU V bid.
CEMENT. At wholesale tt) V
COAL OIL. i!LV,
UUNNIES.-Ru.0wcd 2 l.tudiela lt?(
!5 hushula 'J0c.
IIURI.APS. iij buihels corn, ! w
lOjc; do 10 oz 10c; 4 buebeU Oats iluc; I
bushels iile; 0 bushels 22c.
SOA P. Scbneller s German mettled
7Jc; Clinmpaign soup, 7Jc
"TALLOW, V lb 7c.
COFFEE Scarco and firm, Java sell
ing at !!O032e; Lagu-vyra 2l(,.)i0c; Ri,
prime to choice 210'JOc.
11 A. MM Sugar cured canvased are que
tod at 14010c. Plain country cured
choice aro quotod at I ii le
LARD Rctluod is quoted in tiorces nt
d Jo and In kegs at 0010c.
UREA KFA ST MACON 1 2c.
Sl'GAIt. Coll'eo A quoted at 13e
1101 1 Jo for crushed, powdered and gran
MROOMS Dull; common liouso pell
at $1 fiO tnl! 50; choice and extra choice
$:t3 715; steamboat 1 1 5000 00.
FREIGHT Cotton, eoicnrcssMd tr
New York, 80c; to Ilur $1. Un-
coinprusseil, to New York 1 1; to Mo
EATl-S-To New Orleans nnd Vicks
burg: Potatoes, apples, etc, !!flo;
pound freights lflo owt; hay
per ton, wniskuy $1 10 por bbl.
TO .MEMPHIS Flour, eto 25e perl Id
pound froights 12Jk por cwt; hay tl por
ton; whiko) 80o per bbl; pork HOo jior
,Mlisii ltlodL'ett. defendant. Is nntllled
thai uu July 21. 1H7M, Mary -M. Illodgett,
eompl i nant, tiled her bill ill chancel ) ,
in I be Alexander county circuit cuiirl, htute
of lliiiiuts, foi-dlvoii-e, and that said suit is
now pending In said court. That thereupon
a summons wis Issued mil of the clelk'S
ollicu ol said court against von, returnable
oil Hie lotirtll Tuesday In Julv, 1H7H, to il
leiiiiof salil i-oiii I, Ibeii tube lioldeli at the
eoutt bouse In Cairo, In s ild county ami
late. I).itcd JlllyJtst, ih;:i.
RKUHKN H, lOL'I'M,! ICIb.
.iiiiutl p. Wheeler.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
ffi"W 'A III rMlM
" yr" " ftK3&& '"
'I he Saint Cbniles Is well and wldel) known as the leading and
LAHGIiST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
And In all the appointments ol u HiM-clus hou'c, has no rompet.or In (.'alio, and no -up.
rlor lu the state out-hlc ol Chlcaeo.
The Saint Chailesls built iu the most solid ami siib.f.iiitlnl maimer ol bilek aud Iron, Is
lour stories lu liclu'bt. exclusive if b:ieliielit and attic, lias a lioiilai-c of 111) leet on the
Ohio rher, 'i: feet on Second street and a wing lor elillniry purpo-r ; Kin tlioroiiKh lepor
ami will coiiilortabl) accyuiuiiodate 'Jot) guests. Is now doing a line pa) In?' business, which
will be l.irgcly iticii aed dining the pniset )enr by the new rullro.ms now being built lulu
Cairo, ami whose depot will be in eloe piovludty to the house.
Parties wMiiln: lo eng mc In the hotel liusiucs have now an excellent opportunity lo
PIU'cIlim! the entire propeity. oroue-thiril liileie-t with m iii:i;:ement of (be liinlucs, In
eluding liiriiititre and (ood will, on very rensMieible terms, at low inures, ami easy p.iy
Care or Ti. knor ,V Co., ST. 1.0 1 Is
Or i;. W. COl'll KAN.
41 Pcrdldo street. New urban.
I if ('.mo, In the lead, and in oi l, I to ill ike room lot lo- inilni II r -to. I. of I ill . I
howotb r- hi entile stock ol
SUM M 1211 (JOO US AT COST
III- to, k . utis i -I - III part of
ti I.F.N A DINKS, LA WW'S,
OltCJ AND1ES, I'ICQUHS,
SUITINUS. K'I'O., RIC
lie w ill alo ell all ntlit r goods In proportion a
a -R.ia.fVX'T.Y -.lUTjuascij priicES:
nyile ri-i,otpiill)- -olli it uii eximm itlon ol hi stock, leellug a- -ured that none bcttci
can hu found In tlio -it) .
$30,000 WORTH OP GOODS
ON AND A FT Kit
I will noil my cut in- stork ol'
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
A 1 am detcimincd to . loso out my pro'ont bii'inc a ..ii hspossiblu
N. II.-TO AVOID ALL MLSTAKI-S 1 1 K I! KA K'I'KK, THIS STOCK
WILL HI' HOLD STHKTIiV KUK CASH.
July 0, 17J
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Nluplo nml I'lincy 'r"c'r.M,
l-'oielgn aud llomesllu
Kit i 'ommeri'lal Avenue,
CAIRO, - - ILLINOIS,