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CAIRO DLY BULLETJgKIPAY, AUftTOfl? 1, 1873
-Green wood ufly.conti a- load
box factory; - ' .
-AH kind! of sun pictures nt .!.Bcliloltig
r', Eighth street, between Washington
.ml lioinmoretalavonuot. 7-lOlf.
. i. it...
nf IIUIl cans li i
. -k i"ft
IUJIfODICENTKAt- it iv
t37b SO?. XiOXJIS
MO OHAHO OF CARH
UIU OllRU TO
I ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY OMR OHANQK OF OAKS
OM CAIRO TO . .
Cl.Telnnd. Niagara K1U
Beaton Mid ll point .
Mllwaakla. Janeatllle, . .. f'J,,,n.(
UOroee. Bl.l-aul and ell polnlt north.
fbtl U alt the only Ulttft route In
Datatar. BloomlnRton, WMipxelil,
SarS. Uutncy, KooWnW,
sTiitaa Dnbuquo, Hiom oily,
" Oaaaha and all points northwest.
Iterest Drawing Boom Hlooplng Uar
Ob all Wight Train.
BaWITt 7hokd 10 all Important pnlnl.
.... iHftiVMaltnn. antil tO I O. IUH
depot at aoroj on board Hie transit steamer l
IwMaOoltHBbu tnd Cairo, end at iheprlpelp
roadtlokat omeaa inroujonunn..
WTV. JOUKUON, (Kn'l rW Apr I, OhMnO.
ft. BUroaaik, Uan'l. Hup't. cnioago.
J. J011NB0N Ag't, Cairo.
BEING OUT. si.vi'Kim
H0UK3 THE .IUKY RETURN A
CHANGE OK TIME
V.uir trains nn the Illinois 1'olltral
chaiure tltne to-day. From and nll-f 2;4n
p.in. to-day trains will nm an loiiows
lLxpraaa. dally ....4:0r.p.:ni
Mall, except Bnnday . . . .J'.ln n. m
Kt.rM. .. 'i'.Ul P.1U
Mall, dally except Hunday ..llftfi p
CAIRO. ARKAN8AH AND TKXAH It. It.
On Mid ailer Tucsday.July ID, 187.1, trultiH
will run ilallr. exoept tiiiiilay, liutwoili
Ureontlold'a landluK ami Iron Hlilliitf,
MlMOiirl, an roiiowa :
Leavo Graonfleld'ii at.... ,
Arrlye at Iron HIilInK at.,..
Lcaje Uou Hiang at.....
TUR CAIllO AW) V1N0KNNK8
SHORT KST KOUTK KKOM OAlltO
Cleveland, Klagra KuIN,
Vlillnilolnlihi. Now York,
Uoiton and all Kailorn 1'oliitn,
OUANOK OF TIME.
On aud alter TtiriidAy, July 1, 1973, trains
will run ufellowi:
:i:iO p. in.
(iolng north leaves Cairo at
doing outu arrivoH at Cairo at . . .
MOUND U1TY AUC0MMOIIATI0N.
Lmca Cairo at....tl:M a.m. aud U.OO p.m.
Arrlreat Cairo si. .8:00 a.m. aud 1:U p.m.
TUo express train north arrives nt Vln
ceune at 12:20 p.m.. making illri'ct ciniioo
tlon at 12:30 p.m., with tlio ludlauapoliii and
ViimcnucK railroad for IndlanapolN, tlio
ureal railroad runlri. from which point
trains are departing at all hours, lor nil
largeit In tbo market, and ho ha. load, of
can wax. .
-l'hotographi and olhor picture at J
HchMlngor, Eighth atreet, Mwwn
Waihlngton and Cimmorclal aviinuo.
Hallov will oifor oxtra liiduciiinonU
fortbonoit l!0dyi,o M to tdako room
for hit largo ordar of heaUni: lovc
Ualloy hai a lot of wood pumps and
i..i.i,.. uiilh hn oll'ors oitra low: call and
koo thorn, 10 WfthliiBt wtoiiuo,
Mr.O.WInnton advorlliw an miction
aalo of valuable lvon lota to take placo
Wodnwday, Auguit 0. Thla In i p'""-
did opportunity to purcbaioft finn liiuineii
Uo, the botnn the city, ror partinimra
eo advurtliomontlii anomor romnm.
I'. KlUi'orald at his room, cornur
oiitinnnllt atrout and Commercial nvo
.,n. oir.iri lor aalo tlulnnom' rortor
llata' a e.4 and pure iionnoMj urmmj.
aud tho genuine Ar:gotiirn hillora, all
lU.f.rl.io ..linlnra enrol. Try tlinin
Oo to llalloy'a for go.! tovoit nnd
good bargain, 1GH Wmlilngloii aviinuo,
U. Ualiliy wlilioi tho public to bo In
rormvil that ho lias ou hand ft tioex
dry gooda and carpnti na oxtonaivo as any
In tho Nouthwost, and that ;no u uoturm
insd to anil overylhing at prloos lownr
Iban tho lowcit. Call on him to-day nn
oinmlno uooda and prlco. Ho will sntlMy
you both as to quality and con.
It l tallied about Ibo lovoo that n
crand oxcurilon will bo unulo to Capo Ui-
rardeau on Hunday. on tno ainamor iy
rono. Tho Tyrone la an admlraMo boat
for oxcurilon nuriwiwa. and undoubtedly
it Unto crowd of ploniro-nfkora will om-
liraco tho opportunity. Tboarratigemontf
will bo mniiagod by Mporlonced pornoui,
and all who go ran Imvo u iplondid tlmo
Dr. I,avnrty. liouioooimtliit phynl
rlan, lato of tihawnootown, lias located In
this city, nnd Intondi malting it his homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo woll rocom.
inondod. and lofors to tho ollicors of tho
First National bank of Mhawnoutowu, to
whom ho la woll known, having practiced
his profession among thorn for years, llo
solicits a fair sharo of tho patroniigo of
our oltlxons. 7-!i0-tf
Seulod propoinls will bo received by
V. Uross for tho construction of n small
dwelling homo for Mrs. Ooorgo Woldon.
Tho parties bidding must not go abovo
fail), as that Is tho amount of money .In
his hands to bo expended In building tho
homo. Ol courso tho contract will ho
awarded to tho party furnishing tho best
plant nnd speclUcatlons .for tho building.
There will bo a grand railroad oxenr-
tion to.llrcading's Hprlngs ovor tho C. nnd
V. It. . on Monday August nn, given
by the mombors or the A. M. U. Churoh,
fur tho boncilt of tho now church. Tho
VKUDIOT OK "UUU.TY OF AUJU-
lEll AI3 CJIAJtOKD IN THK IN
DICTMENT1," AND "THAT HK
flH Iil.UUVI'KIt DEATH IIY IIANO-
IIULI-KTIN HKl'OltTEIt VISITS
HE THANKS IMS ATTOHNKYS
AND WJHHKH UK II A II SHiWiii
TO FAY THEM.
IF HE MUST IIANU HE THINKS
H KUAN 'WAND IT,"
For tho first tlmo In tho history of Alox-
under county, a jury In u murder can b
rcturiiod a vordh t of gullly, ami sonteiicnii
tho murderer to bo handed. Tlio doom "d
William Clark Calnpboll U tcaldl, at
loint so far nsttiojury sworn to try hliu
ran soul It.
Yestordoy morning at tho nnoinbllng
of tho circuit nourl. tfin Jury uftor an
nbionco of nearly slxtoon hours,announcod
that thoy had ngrood and woro ready to
rendor thiilr vlrdlct. Tlio prlsonor,
Oniiipbell, waH brought Into court,
and took his tout by tho
side or liit attorney tlio tamo at ho has
done from tho commencement ol tho trial.
ludi'o llaker announced that tlio Jury
should bo brought In, nnd In n liilnuto af
ter, Ihoilour of tlio Jury-room was opened
and ono by ono tho Jurymon caino Inside
tho bar, and took their placet in thu Jury
box. When aikod If they woro ready to
render a verdict, each ono nodded hl
bead, nnd the foreman stepped forward
Cairo on the Grand Towef , deck hand.
The boat made Uo trip froa ,Oalro,to
Memphli and return. Arriving, t tbk
oorl. tho boat tnado fait at the im I
Central wharf boat. Ooeof thibBomof
the Orand Tower Went onto the wbarfbotT
tosoolfthero wa anyTrelght tube put
on, and Campbell nnd sovoral other ne
groct woro ordered to follow him, and If
.i i.t..i.i.fituK. Ths aVIor
reporlod that thoro was nothing to be '"flfl,
ed, and the doek hands all returned to tWW,,
boat. On his way back Camplioii met
Doyle, 'ami asked for hit pay staling
that M ha bad shipped from thlt port, and
his clothes woro all boro, bo wanted to
loavo tho boat. DoyloJIow Into n r
and swore ho had paid nil ho was going
pay, and said If Cjmpboll wanted his
monev ho would haro to stay on tho Voat
until tney goirm. ..uuip.
..ii d. hU iisrlnnr. "Stevo." and told IiIiIl
tboy would have to go to St. Louli, or tlfSy
would loso their pay. Campbell then
wont to the rear end of tho boat, and In a
llttlo while ihn dropped down to ono of
tho lower whaffboata. A harga loaded
wild rnnl I'niiin aliiiufslilo. and the duck
liandi woro otdorod to put the coal on
Urand Tower. Cninpbult picked up fU
shovel and started to go ou to tho bargo l
i,.,li, unload it. Ho was near tho middle
of tho boat, when ho mot tho captain
CAHfisi AiatfllX DEATU i a-
HOA'F. Schaeflor's Oertaan motllad
7c; Champaign (oap, 7Jc.
TAT.I.OW, lb 7e.
COFFEK Scarce and firm, Java salt-
From partlot who left Our ml ycitorday
afternoon and arrived In thlt city by the
Cairo and Vincetnrt train lastovnlng'
welnarn that nU'lil before lait cholera
okeoutlu Canal, nnd that up to tho
lino the train loft yesterday afternoon,
twenty case amfslx deaths had occurred.
Tliepooploof the town woro panic stricken
nod all who could got away wero leaving.
Coal was being burned In tho slrooti, and
tho houses bektsa dlslufected as fat as
postlblo. The physicians of tho town
Wore doing all In their power to relieve
Wo will say horu lint thoro it nothing
that ha so gront a tonduiey to bring on
cholera ns wot weather, ami ns wo Imvo
had considerable rain fiy; Iho past fnw
iluvn. nor iinoiiln rannidtflao too careful
with reipect to diet arm
flAkk OR KENT.
A Iwo-itorr house on Oommarclal ava-
oue near the corn A of Nineteenth streot
Tho. house I fort v not lomr bv twentv.
rfWo feetVidu. It Contains ton' rooms and Ing t 803i!cj I-aguayra
micnenr ana a i-opa cuisrn and neroary p""o - -v---.
out-bouses are attached tn it, It U woll
vontllAlod and well aduitod for a Imilnen
house or dwnlllng, It Is in a butlneis' part
of tho city nuil has boon nowly painted
and rouovnted Insldo and out. Apply to
HI VJTr Shannon llou'o. Ohio Lovoo,
Cairo, Illinois. 7-8.ini.
.Mollinry Hoo Ac Co., or Now Orleans,
have como to thl city to stay, and havo
nttcdupa llrstrlasj barber-shop on Com
mercial aventio In tho room noxtto Han
lion's book tloro, lately occupied by Stu
art & Oholion ns a dry coods storo, Tlio
worlii'noii are all llrit-elas anil aro pro-
pared to cut Imlr, sliavo, shampoo, etc., In
tlio very latest styles. All they aik is n
trial. Thoy toipoi'tfullv solicit a sliaro of
publio palrotiago. MollSNiir Rob it Co,
A (IOOd'Tn V ESTM it NT,
HAMS Sugar cured canvaioi ore (Uo-
tod at 14G0lCc. Plain country cured
choice alo ipiOted at l!2Je
jARD-RoflndlsiUOtodln tierces at
fljo nnd In kegs at 910a. ,
URKAKFAST BACON 12c.
SUGAR. Coffoo A quoted at l:td
MQMJo for crushed, powilsirrd and gran
ulated. IIROOMS. Dull; common lions.) seN
at $1 f0 to li fU; choice and extra olinicn
$33 75j steamboat 1 bO0& UO.
FREIGHT Cotton, compressed te
Now York, H5c: to llof tl. Un
couipreneeil, to New York Mj to Hot
RATHHTo Now Orleans and vickt
burg i, Folatnos, npplos, olo, :ll)c;
pound" Trolglits ICa owl; hay 1
per ton; witiskoy $1 10 per bbl.
TO M EAI I'HIS Flour, etc 2Co per bbl
pouud freights 12ja per cwt; hay per
ton; whi'key itUo per bbl; pork Clio pur
volntalutuol tilled states ami cauaua. At . , AP iif unvnnti.
I'Pir.n n iu in tn n b-t'fiiiui'iiiu nitii iriiw. i I r at I ii win iuiitu uu .....
toidtvi'lle' railroad, for Term Haute. India-1. ,.,.. n.l (LnumorclnUavenuo at 81
napolis, Chicago, Uanyllle and niipoiniH w , ....... ,.:
contt. All ro
railroad, for Cincinnati, Louisville, aud all 1 8-1. lit. Minister in Lbargo.
P0.1.0" !A1KS.W: -Tho handsomett algn in tho city is mo
UaWiaa vmiiviKVb iittnu sm s" !'-
uortb, via tho Term Ilauto, Kvausvlllo and I o'clock a.m.
Culoogo railroad, and cast via tho Vandalla I ji from Mound City M co
line, and Indianapolis audHt, Louis railroad. I w i
At l:fi8 p.m. with the Ohio aud Mississippi 1 Invited.
rauroau, lor uincinuaii, liuuiiviuv, wm u ai..ii, aiiui
DoinU east, via Cincinnati. .1 .,,,, i..i.-,0,i .n In
Faswrurera going hy this route aro piaccu I -...-- o
lnlndlauavoirs,Otuolnnatl, Louisville, New 1 ono put up by Messrs. Ward is Robtirts at
York, Boiton, Fhllttdelptila, llaltlinore, I .. Mum)U( Rlul at, rul, Fackot com-
WaanraElon, anu ou iiviiuw., vwunu i . .,i...,i
hnnri itfadvance of any othor route. I nanv'a ticket ofllco undor tho city national
xP'?ln ..c0!)n.l,!i,..Kl!!u" hank In this city. Tho painting is beyond
way, tor HU Louliy Mt. Vernon UMnol"), question superior to any other pleco or
HUawneetown, antl all points hetwecu Kldo-1 wotU of ftUko ci,MSI.lor in this oily, and
r !l!irHa Citv" makes clone connection I coual to nny to bo found In Chicago or St.
-lor8preld,Hortj Wand. I'"'.".1 1 UottU. It is good for tho oyes to look
w. n.s ronneetlona,
At SJftnBl Wild) Ilk uuilin,
deraofl and Naabvllle railway line, tor Ml
Vernon (ladlaaa), KvansvJlle, itenderroi
(Kentuoky), Maabvlllle l.TeuneKsoe), and al
poutU ea tU, L., sc., U. ami
ii.mim rhrrkfi l 1" " linportaut poiuts,
jinfr.UokeUandinronuatlou apply at
tbetteket ettee, corner Hoveuth street and
CeaMMraai avenue, v,airu, iiiiuuij.
Jan th. Hun't. Cuah. O. Wood,
Gen. Fass'r and Ticket Ag't
B; r. WMfsIDB, Agent, Cairo,
f JMlftT. WRATUER REFORT.
f ft'.'fttri.'1ill.l OBSKhVElOH OiririOK, I
-.SCaiko, duly 31, 1h7ii, 10:11 p.m. J
Tkewaiomcter 7s degrees.
Wld, aoutti, velocity n miles per
MaTiBiim 'torancrature last 'il hours, HU
Minimum temporature, last 24 hours, 71
Prevailing wind last Vt hoitrx, coiilli.
Total number of mllos wlud travelled, last
j k Kdwim Qmilanh, Observer.
Bt Scotch ale, atout porter, and eight
yafti.old bourben whiskey to bo found only
attke Crystal saloon, cornor of Sixth street
and Commercial avonuo.
HtFAOALA & Lanx,
6-25 lm Proprietors;
tfaeka for UtelCalro, Arkansas and Toxa
railroad, sUrting from V''lto Greet'
tore, corner ot Sixth street ami Ohio lever,
run as follows: .
Leave at..... 8a.m.
,i 1M ip.tu,
Arrive in el tv at 10 a.m.
' " j.. ...... ,..,....M... 6p.l
0'tf -oiiti.MJtvKKS, Agent,
rf Ategtilar.boarders at the European hotel,
ManTiWaJker proprietor, receive board at
.'Tiu i.utA or an njir mfinui. iv.nk.Ti
,vww . .w. rw" . ' - -
n v Skuvs-xi.'j,
wldttt ategleaed douhle X amlier
euw xutwary, ooi quality oi
M ieiur, eK., ft w,ouo for
'M ft 18 to .M ier-thousand,
.1 i I i z
upon so handsomo a pleco of work as the
onorerorrod to, and wo advise nil woo go
that way to stop and take n look at It.
Thu Cairo, Arkansas ami loxas ttaii
road company will soil at public vonduo
at tho town of Doxtor, in mouuaru
county, Missouri, on AYodnuiday, Angus
13; 1873, two hundred town lots, uoiior
It tlx mllos south of ltloomlleld, tlio present
oounty scat, at tho point whoro the old
travcllel road leading to huiikiiu counvy
orouos tho Cairo, Arkantas and Toias
railroad. It is forty-four mllos west if
Cairo and twouly-throo east of Foplar
in, .n ninr U aaid to bo ono of tho
ft 1 1 1 1 t " -
Unost and most promltiiiR towns In South
Hrni.il ro.ononlnis of tho Ollvo Stroot
hotel. Kt. Louis. Mo. Wo notleo by St
Louis papors that this housohas beeuthor-
ouglily remodoieu aim ieiuim.....
iiirnuifhout. and now contains all modern
t.n.,r.wiiinls. This hotel Is ono of the
nldest and best known house In tho West
Its npw proprietors, Messrs. Diirr.Thatcher
& Co., aro gentlomen of long experience
la tho hotel business, it it w
iineind hn tho American ami European
in. American plan, $1 CO por ua)
" r ..,,1
European plan, l per uay iur ru..... -itfiv
unnli fnr nioall. 7-'Jllt
Two A No. I hog-catchors can got om
llnvinnllt llV calllnir. on mo at onco
Nono but ox portt need apply.
8-1-nt AVu. MoUai., City Marshal
NOTICE TO UOU OAVN EES.
Nolico Is horoby given toowners of hog
that on and after the Cth day of Auguit,
1873, 1 will rlddly onforco tho ordlnanco
In regard to hogs running at inrgo.
8-l-Bt W"M, MoHai., City Marshal.
A neat cottage, located on Foplar boi
tween 'Twonlloth and Division streets.
The. house contains foufjrooras and kitch
en, with good clstorn and, out housos corn
plate, HICJtAW. Cotnk.
On and after AuguiHL Intend to tlo a
ftrlotly cash buslness, except with those' ef
my eetotnoii who settle promptly on tho
trtt; ot eyery month.. All old ftccouots
and' notH In wy hands which ftre not
settled very soon, I shall advertise and sell
at nittitln vandua. D. AmTIK.
(Oaim. Jul J, 36,1872. " ,Jf14
and handed tlio verdict together with
othor pnpors, tojanoincer oftho court who
patted thorn to tho clerk. Circuit Clerk
Yocum thou read tho verdict, as follows:
Wo tho Jury, llnd tho defendant guilty
or murdnr, ns charged in tlio indlrtinont;
aud wo do further llnd that ho should sur
fer death by hanging,
When thoclork bad concluded reading
tho verdict, tho Jury was polled, and at
each member was asked whother thoy wero
Fttllsflod with tholr verdict, thoy answorod
distinctly, that they wero.
Whon the vordlct was read Campbell
did not show tho least sign of emotion,
and soeinod no mora excited than at any
othor tlmo during his trial. If bo fully
roalUed tho dreadful doom which tho jury
put upon him, ho had tho ncrvo to conco.il
It from those about him.
Uampbell was then returned to hit coll.
Two hours afterwards a reporter of tlio
Uui.l.criK visited CumphpH's coll to hear
what ho might havo to say for himtalf.
Arrived nt tho roll door, wo found him
lying ou his bunk, with his feet resting on
tho Moor, nnd bis loft arm thrown up over
his face. Jailor Fitzgerald callod, nnd In
formod Ciimpboll that a roportnr of tlio
IIui.i.ktin wished to havo a talk with him,
whon ho got up from his bod, aud camo to
Durlug tho conversation which onsuod
our reporter loarnod tho following concorn;
Ing Campbell' views .ol ins trial, pros
pects, pain life, etc.:
When inked if ho was ealltllod Willi ins
trial, ho replied that "ho gneised
ho would havo to bd satltlled." Ho said
that ho had no wllnosses, but no ono was
to blame for that; that on steamboats,
dock hands seldom know anything nbont
their lollow workmen further than their
llrst names, ns "Dick," "Harry, ' "Tom,"
etc. Thoro worn sovoral wltuessos ttiat
ho would HUo to have bad, but ho only
know tholr first names, and they had loft
thn Grand Towtir and it would be useless
to hunt for them.
Campbell says his attorneys, .ludgo
Mulky end D.T. Llnegnr, did ovory thing
In their powor, and under tho clrcum-
tanres, much more for him than ho had a
rU-lit to oxpool. His regret is that ho has
no money to pay them lur lliclr services ;
iiml says his frlonds aro poor or ho would
havo thorn pay his lawyors lor hint.
He had little to say as to hit proipocts
,i... umtph. who wanted to know
,u.f ..." i ...
ho had "had n fuss with tho
old man," (moaning Doyle) aud said that
ho (Doylo) had llrst driven "Slovo" -Campbell's
partnor, oil" tbo boat. Camp
bell started lorward, but had gono but a
fuw steps when ho mot Doyle, who wanted
to knuw "whoro bo was going with that
shovel.'' Somo words putted between
them, when Doylo demanded thn shovel.
Campbell (ays ho knew Doylo well
enough to know that if h'
gnvo up tho thovol lioyio
would strike him with It. Campbell low
ered tho shovul to Unit tho blade roitod on
tho floor, but was vory carorul to keep
hold of tlio handle. Doylo also placed Olio
hand on tlio handlinif tho shovel, and nt
tho sumo tlmo dropped tho olhor band
down by bis sldo as If to draw a pistol.
Campbell saw hit movo and lot go of II,
but beforo ho could eicapj Doylo rancd li
and doult him a blow ou tho head with It.
Campbell left the boat nnd did not return
to it again until tho night .ir tho killing
This Is tho negro's vorslon of tho quarrel,
hut whothor it is tho truo ono or not will
probably never be knowti.
Ridding Campbell good day, our ro
porlor turned to leavo, but at tlio noxt
coll ongaged in convocation with west
lake, unnthor prisoner. In a fow minutes
ttntutilioll struck tin nnd for somo tlmo
, . . . ,
hummed n familiar brake-ilowu.
I w 111 tfeTI my rosbli'iico property on Sev
enth flreet, between Washlnglon nvemic
and Walnut (licet, uomprlsltig six lot, wu.
iiIiik llirniiith from rilxlh In Suutith klieels,
ultli Hue ilvcllliig-Uoiio, cnrniigo jhiii'c,
stable, well, fruit tiers, grapery, etc., etc.
all In prlhia eonillllon.
Also Iho llno liiiliicsrlaiil. No. "', Ohio
AIko IftlncrcH excellent ft nit or funning
biuil, on the Ohio liver, adjoining the town
ol Cnlciilolil.i, 1'ul.iskl county, hull' mile
rniina i-lutlon on tlio C. aud V. rallioad.
Oiiohiiinlii'd acres undcl culllvullou.
Abo a lino lot, .'Il aerei, with a good farm
limiro Iheleon, situated in Villa Ridge, li
boailtllul ptai'C. Well clm-kcd with choice
Aio two lots at thocoruovo! Third Btroftl
and thn leiee.
AKo thrre good drays, and three lets ol
dray harness; a two-iomo wagon, nearly
new, with double harness.
riU'Crviind teiins reiisonalile.
!Aiuo,.lnty 111, 1S7X D. Hi'i'.
EXCURSION TO DENVER.
M. A.vnSr. L. I'ackbt Company, 1
AuKNT'sOmt'K, Cairo, duly l,lH"ii. f
rho .Memphis and St. Louis Fnoket
. . -i ..
company now tiller lor sum nninu irip
tickets from Cairo to Donver nipl roturn
$79, good for ninety iliys from date of
sale. Alo regular tlcketB on salo for
ICantas City, Omaha, Topeka, Lawrence,
San FrancUco and nil principal pomia
west, and by rlvor nnd rail to all points
south. For further Information call at
tho company's oUi'eo. No. 71 Ohio levoo,
AI'tTION SALE OF VAI.I AIII.E I.HVEIl
I will sell mi Wednesday Hie nth day nl
August, 1M71I, at III n.m., at pulille. aile
Hon to the hlclieid blddfi-, tho lullon lug de
scribed pinperly, to-wlt :
I .nl iiiunlieri'il teveiileeli mill elxll
Ic ii (18), In bloek numbered one tl), In lh
elty of Cairo, Illinois, being on thu i tiriiet'
or Vein lb stii eliilid Ohio levee.
ri'l.l.. !.. l....,.t..l .l,.iil, ... w. .il Hi..
. . , , , I lltl. IIIUIILII. 11 IIUIUMll ,nll.,u ...w
or further particulars en-1 m,,t pUinc.s sites In the elty
InllN il, ItAllMAN ,V Co, I 'j'liK pllli'habi'l'ol lot No. 17 will hate the
U'n and bcnelil. ol tin; iiiiiiu wau oi in
house sllmiliAl on lot HI, same block, woilh
nl leat?l,lHM. ... , ,
Terms, jl.nWI cash on r:ieh lot, b.ilauce In
one year with per tent. Interest, seemed
by deed ol trust on property,
O. Winhion, Agent.
DtMCI. IIaiitman, Auelloiicer. 8-1 did
A raro chntico Is offered to somo man
with money to Invest In good paying
properly In tho most deslrablo putt or thu
elty. Two lots, fit) Teot rront on tho, avo
nuo, hoiixi .'I storlos. Two largo stores
can bo lllled up ou thn llrst Hour, .tho up
per stories aro woll arranged for olllei or
il. I tr Ileal Estato Agents, Cairo, Ills
FititiK Oiiimr.KT Orrwx, l
Tlmrsdny Evening. July 31, 1S7:i. J
Sovoral dayi of cool woalhor, nrcompa
lilod with'.frequent refreshing showers havo
beeiuiur attendants slnco our last issue.
Tholriiarkot has not changed in any es
pecial foaturo sinco our last roport .'White
corn it still dull and drooping; pricct
mado n rapid decline; opening on .Mon
day fio, and closing to-day ut r.lc, sack
ed and dollverod. Tlio prlcos on inlxod
and yellow corn havo boon well sustained,
but havo n downward tendency to-day-Tho
now crop of oat I coming iu and is
calculated to still further depress tho mar-
kut. Hay, cotillnuos quiet and dull. A
fow cars hato been disposed of nt low pri
ons. Corn meal It quiet and dull. Fro.
visions aro scarro aud firm.
FLOUR Receipts fall short of tho de
mand fur medium umlcholi'o grades. Tho
market is haro and orders nro accumu
lating. Transactions nro llmitod, for
W, II. !iiimi,
1 1 . 1 1 . t i"Jtt
No.l'uli: aa.l 11.11 (li.in
OAlllO HECOMING A LEADING
GRAIN MARKET FOR THE
want uf suimlloa. Low urades aro no-
ntider City National batik, Cairo, Illinois. I ..loeteJ. .Silot embrace f',00 bbl various
Jamki Mali-orv, llckot Ag l. , . C() a-0 bbl, jo St to 18; I
Sol.. A. havrn, I'awungor Ag i. ... c . eu . ,,nn ... . 4l
7-t-ll. I IUV UV'in UU , " " - wv. -v -
to f 8 "fi.
HAY Dull. Fricos low and domnml
small. Sales wero 1 car prlmo mixed, del
del $1'J 10
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Mnra. 11. Hmvtho iz Co.. intend ro-
movlng their ontlro stock of goods from
Tlio following paragraph Is clipped from
ih i'liliitiilmi. flnornla. 'iiiin' of. 1 Illy J. I:
IIKAVV CIRAIN' MARKET.
r'ulr.,. Illinois, is fast hccomlni; tho
Kroat market for grain dealers in this sec
tion, car loaiit coming iiirotig"
rlilitn nod Solum with such groat dls-
natoh nnd ronularltv Is onoaf.oat reason
for this. Szk
Tho Mobile and OhtrT,raMWad glvos
thronch bills of lading from this city, and
all grain shipped from Cairo for the Geor
gia market ovor this route, goes through
from Columbus, Kentucky, without Droit
Ing bulk, nnd iu much shorter tlmo than
bv any other route.
Within tho last fow years our grei n
trade with tho south, and particularly with
Georgia, has douhlod Itself many times,
The principal reason for this is that grain
can bo shipped from Cairo at lower rates
ol' transportation, and that It will roacli
Its destination In a much shortor length
of time than from any other market within
two hundred miles of it.
moymg tue.r enure . - , mxoJ
tholr old stand, on tlio Ohio loveo, to tho I v
ono occuplod by thoiii at tho cornor of 1 10 '
NlneteontU and CommorolHl iivonUo, liav. I OOUN 'Hits branoli of tho
ing mot with n success Its tholr now storo
far boyond their most snngulno expecta
tions, thoy havo concluded to consolidate
for tbo present at lonst, their business
Iu tho mcantimo thnlr storo houso on tho
lovoo will bo glvon a thorough overhaul
ing and placod in porfoct repair. Thank
ing tho public for past lavors tlioy ruipcet-
fully solicit a continuance of tho same.
KVN ASTON TO THE FRONT.
Mr. James Kynaston, whose reputation a-
u liuicuor is par exceneuv n nu nm ..-.f.u-ol
this elty, has opened a new meat
shop noar tho corner of Comuicrclul avenue
aud Twentieth street, next door to iir. rat
Hurl's grocery ktorc. It Isa well Inown and
aclnowtedgcd .fact that Mr. Kynaston, dur-
Ing hl long experience In tho meat mini-
ncss iu this city, never onereu io urn ciisium
ers anything but the choicest of every llnd
of meat. Ho is a good Judge of eatllo, and
buys nothing but tho youngest and lattot,
and as n consequence him the best of beef.
Tlio same may bo said or every Kind or meat
sold by Mm. Give him atrial, and our word
lor it, you will alwaya ho pleased, u-is-ii
cnlMINAI. HOCK ET.
Thopooplo vs. Frank iliiskuor nnd Gruu-
derton lloyd. Indictment for keeplng dlf.
orderly home. On motion of Status Attor
ney l'opo capias was ordered to Isiun
against thorn, returnable on tho llrst day
of the next tnrm of court. Kail Hied at
Tho people vs. Jackson Jones vnd Fran-
Taken up by Ezra King ol Cloar Crook
proeinct, on tho 10th day o Juno, 1H7.1,
and postml bofore Jamoa L. Sunjiors, J.
F.,ou tho I'.Oth day of Juno, 1873, n sorrel
mare' nine or ton years old, sixteen baud"
high, nnd having weak oyos. Alio at tbo
saino tlmo nnd placo, a mouse-colored
maro mule, inano sheared, about olghtoon
monlliB old. Appraised, togothor, nt
tinues dull nnd unsettled. Frlces havo
declined on whlto So sinco Monday, clos
ing to-day nt ftic in'sacks and 424!!o in
bulk on track, Frlces on mixed havo boon
woll sustained but show signs of weaken
ing to-day, tlio demand having fallen oil'.
Thoro is a good order trade for white corn
for mlddlo Tonncso which will probably
provont pricoi going nny lower.
Wo note sales of 3 cars white,
In sacks, del o2c; 1 car
do.filc; 10 cars whlto do, d:)c; 8 -cars do,
told early, CCc; 6 cars mixed do, 47c; 0 cars
whlto in bulk, on track, 4'Je; '-! cars white
In bulk, on track, told early, 4-tc; i! cars
mixod, lo), 40c, aud 1 car mixed, tllghtly
damaged, dol, -I lo, in Backs.
OATS No u etna nil; rocoipts of thn
now crop has named a slight dcclino in
prices. AYo noto a salo of 1 car old crop,
in sacks, dol, .IPC.
CORN MEAL l'lonty, dull aud do
olInhiL'. A fair artielo of stoim drloil
meal was oirorlng to-day at $2 i5 without
buyers. Salo4 woro 40U libit choice steam
dried, del, $2 76.
11RAN Dull and Inactive; 100 sacks
brought fl'J per ton, and 1 car load sold
In sacks dol round lot at $11 per ton,
IIIJTTEE Tho market Is overstocked,
ChoKo fresh country llnds h modorately
fair market at quotations, but Is toon dam
aged by tlio hot wenlher. Sales embrace
30 pkS choice at 'Mi, and 40 pkga do 18
20c. EGOS- No sulo nicopt for frosh re-
nod these go oil slow. Dealers
KIRK, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
X 2sT a'vr BAurc :e:.
Asnnts f5,r,l'J,ti'l s
NOUTll AMKHU1A, l'A
Assnto J.TS5,Wo nu
Assets - H,M 4.310 73
Assets m m... ..I1.7S1.US ss
Assets .J5I6.67S li
Asset - IIM.il 4
AMKKICAN OKNTKAL, MO.,
Assets - MS),(
Asiets iso.ooo.ooo OJ
TKAVI'.I.KIW, I1AHTKOUO, I.IVV. AMI
Aisnts tl.tHJ,U) 0
1U1I. WAT l-AtsUKMIKIUI ASMIKANOK
Asssls f ieo.omi 04
Asrats lV),si el
53 AFFORD, MOUltia & UANDKK,
71 Olilo Levi,
TKUTONIA Ii I F K INSUUANOE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
OKNT'i..OKyti!i:, 17'J WahiiiiuitohSt.
This (lerman l.llu lus'.irsnco Coropnuy
guarantees not only Paid-up 1'ollcles but
also a Value Iu Cash on llio Non-l'urWtuto
JOHN A. HUOK, - - - Frotldont
U. KNOIIELSDOKF, - - - Hocrotary
JOUN W. I'RUKdS,
Aitont for Cairo and Mi liilty
els .Innes. lndiclmiint for adultnrv aud
ror a now hearing, o suppose ho has iornIeallon.tOu motion of States Attorney eighty-llvo dollars, tho roport ol which eolpis
. . . it.. i- .. i. i - i , ... i 1 1 ,
boon potion io lay umo uu nua puini.
llo is nart cularly sovore ou Chlof
p..i:a Mi-llivlii. who ho tftvs sworn
u,.i ...niiitt kirn. Hosavs it Isnroltr i. markot. Hovorai nunorou .107.011 uuvo ueen
. - hiiihii Til MAI. 1 N.K i 'K M. .. ... .1... 1. .1..... P..
" -- I tnrown away 111 mu mk mu uuji-. n u
Notlcols horoby given to all saloon- t ,M f ll( Bt jo0 nnd Coo Jo.en
uu itio pronaio sidooi.iuo court uoiu- koeporsnnd liquor itoalors ot 1110 civy 01 1 g , .q
c,lnt- Fopo capias was ordorcl to Issue against taking up nnd posting Is ou lllo in my or- wait too long beforo shipping and a largo
f of said defendants, returnable on tho llrst llco. JACoii G. LvNim, por cent, or them aro damaged
"t dav or tho noxt term or court. Hall lliod 7.:il-:it Oounty Clerk. by tho hot weather before thoy roach this
tni! was done ox'cept reading tho minutes Cairo, that I will prosecute to tho fullest I .Mimr f.vtj()l.ut. co dozen youiu:
'of tho colored' poop1oI Cairo have oftho proceedings of thoprevious, or Juno extent or tho law, anyonu who may soli or chlcUl4 8uM Kt $i lo l, and 30 dozen
1 o to oo him. If ho ha. nn c f... fil" jw" ZZ'r M ht0"hi MA'
dancoln Cairo ho does not know it f 0llfl JJ'"'f"' t nine o'clock this mil Mm to drink tho tamo upon tholr puuITTnBra H n lmlorato demand
.... r..n ........ I, H'lliu... 111..1. mornlni'. urillilllOS. LUCV A. STItAUIlAI,. ...,, ,i,ti, 1. ,i, ,.u. fruit rn.
hard to havo lo bo hangod, hut ir II Is
his doom ho could stand It. Ho does not
bolung to any rellglout organisation, or
society of any kind, nud couiplnint that
lln snvs his full namo is iiiiam Ulark
Campbell ', ho wat born in Louisiana, but
when two years old, bo with his parents,
was sold to a man nnuied Hindoo, and
romoved to lloono county, Missouri,
About four years boforo the war broltoout
Campbell' fatbor ran away from his mas
tar and succeeding in reaching Canada,
slnco which tlmo nothing had been heard
from him. About tbo tlmo tho llrst call
was made for colored troopt, tho Ninth
Iowa cavalry passed through lloonocouaty
and Campbell loft his home and
engagod as a cook lor somo oi tho olllcers
of.tlmt regiment, and continuod with them
to tho closo of tho war. After tho war bo
became aroustaliout, and followod tlio Mis
souri rlvor. Last winter he came down
the Mississippi, and was engaged llrst on
odo boat and thou ou another up to tho
tlmo bo shipped on tho Grand Tower and
had tho dlulculty with Doyle. Hit mother,
sovoral brothers and two slitors llvo In
Omaha, Nebraska, but ho has not heard
from any of them for two years. None
of hi rolatlyes are aware that
he I In Jail huro, but he wants some ono to
write and tell them all about It.
As to the came of the bad blood" ex.
Isting between Campbell end Doyle, wo
havo received Campbell' version ot it,
it was in tho latter part of March or ear-
y in April that Campbell shipped from I
Aut'h.Okfick C. : V,
July 1W, 173.
CAino, Ills., July 20, 187.1,
For tho accommodation of tho cltlzenj
of Cairo, tho Mound City accommodation
train will on and nflor Monday, July "8,
ston as follows: At f ouriooniu street
Twentieth stroot, Twenty-iiitn mroot,
Tho hou-onnd lot No. 10, in block 71t
situated on Elovonth street, south side, bo.
twoon Walnut and Codar atrcols. Tho
said homo and lot will bo sold olioap for
cash. For all particulars, enquire m
u.niih. who tnav bo found nt the
Thlrty-fourth stroot, and tho crossing of rQjUum,1) of William M. Cannon
tho Illinois Central railroad, no ono
will bo permitted ou tho train without a
ticket. Faro betweon Sovonth street tta
tlou und Illinois Central railroad crossing
and intermediate points, Are cents.
Tickots irood for twenty fare can bo pur-
chatod nt the ticket office, corner ot tiov
onth stroot, for one dollar. Fassengors
will not bo pormllled to get off or on.tho
train at any point other than the abovo,
Gen'l. Fauenger and Tlckot Agt.
Notice I hereby given to ialoon-kop:
or and liquor dealer generally of the
citv ot Cairo, that IVU1 prosecute, to the
lulleet extent of the Uquor law, anyone
who tev teU or Rite my-huaband tplrltu-
pmliqW, or Bemll, Wm, to; drink the
ma naea tnnr timuwva-
' ' Kl.tA Snnia,
OAin-), UU, July 30, 1.873. 7-30-3t
Caiiio, Ills., July 85, 1873. d-lw
HOARDING HOUSE FOR RENT.
Tho largo brick houto known as the
lllolock houto, corner oi
Walnut, I for rent and the furniture
for salo. Tuero aro um...ii
n,t .lurlnir the fall and winter ior-
. . .tr... ...ir hoarders, ror
tv.nvn ana uuy
. . .1.. nml,nl.
particulars apply on 1 -
COM FETE NT MAWg
HM.IocaUd.ln the city. ContrcU nxle
rorinng piano. jy tlio 1-0h"
3m to atdt the.owner. Order left at the
MWe prompt attention, 7-29-mi.
for nunlos which is the only fruit ro
eeivod at preiont. 00 boxo choice eating
apples sold 30 to 40a and 25 bbU choice
cookini! apples sold l f)02 CO.
VEGKTARLES Very llttlo doing.
Thirty boxes of tomatoes sold at -o por
PROVISIONS Stocks nro vory small
and prices nro firm. Sales embrace (1,000
lbs clear sldos packod nud del 10c; 8,000
lbs plain hams packod and del 12J13c,
and 4,000 lbs bacon shoulders packed anil
TEAS. Imperial, 751 S!5; Gunpow
dor, 75(3)1 23 ; Oolong black, 75$ 1
Young Uyson, $l(all do.
CHEESE. Good demand Now York
factory V lb 10Jl7c,
UYRUFS The demand Is fair for
cholco at C0c$l "i gal, and Ne)r
loans at 7680o.
FLAbTERING IIAIR-3So V btithol
LIME. In lots $1 'J6 to 1 60 V bbl.
CEMENT, At wholesale f22 60 V
GUNNIES.-K-towed2j buibnls 18o
3 bushels 20c.
HI1RLAFS. 2. butbela corn. Vk ox
IBJc; do 10 OS lOo; 4 buthelt Oats 5itoj
biithol '2lq C bushel Vie.
AKiiociatloii forpromotini'Llfo lusuianre
aud 8lek Relief by weekly dues and mutual
co-operatiou In object nt publio beuctlt.
Tho I.llo Insurance 1'olieles will be issuod
by the Tctltoula Life insurance company.
II. M EY EES, Frcsldent,
JOHN W. FRUKS3, Ao't.
FIRE AND MARINE
KIAOAIlA, N, V.,
(1HKMANIA. N. Y.,
Arssls . I.M8.71I 16
IIAnOVBR, N, T.,
72S HAS 01 '
ucrum.io, H T,,
Asst 1H.M.1 Ou
OomrrlslDK tbc Undsmilen' Asouor,
YONXBHfl, N, T.,
Atssts , S7
Assets m. tU.IM j
riHiuxN'a vdhi, n. ,
Htoms, UirolllnKS, Kurnlluro, Hullt aud Usr
ftoen, lusure.1 at rates as (avoratlsaa tunit, 'r
uisuiint sMurltr will warrant, .
1 lespuottully ask of the oltlisosol o.
.harrof"lh..r patrols. (?j(ul)ulK)(i
WARD & ItOUKltTS,
DHAtBRS 114 WlMOOW SHADIII,
Wau. Fapkr, Funa Wiiitk
LA1), LlHHIKP Oil.
SriwTa lhjRpiNTiHB, Qtvt
HUBtLAC, Auoouol,'Ktc, Ktu.