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NOIS CENTRAL 11 K
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MO OUANOB OF OAKS
FROM CAIRO TO
uOVlS OR CHICAGO.
.Y ONKoilANGKOr OAKS
11M 0AIKO TO
Boston and all point. at.
M. Haul ao.l !' rolnt" "n"
a . a . ..1. ll.l .. if a 1 11
' Ihitumiia. PlOUI OUT.
t Drawing Koom Sleopini; Ca"
On all Night Trains.
t( Checked to all Important point..
k at. mnA l&fArtnatldn. arnlr 10 X. C. K.R
alro; on board me transit ilmit 1
ltimhna an J clalro. and al the Dnoelhs
lie i at offlcaa throughout the south.
' JOHNHON. Un'l Has. AK. un.eapo.
rain., G.n'l.tsup't. Chicago.
J. J0UNS0N Ag t, Cairo.
CHANHE OK TIME.
liter train on me jmnois emrai
time to-day. From and alter "'.III
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I, . StsU p. III.,
.lit- .v..nt Qiltiila. ll'r.T, II. til.
ARKANSAS AND TKXAS K. Ii.
id after Tuetday.July to. 1873, trains
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in raiimmi. mr erra iiriinr. jiiuia.
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p.m. wuii me unio ami .m-ijiiijii
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nai niihM. loun, r:ati.vllle, lieu.
m l .Nufiivllle ralla) Hue. lor .Mi.
'Iiiilaiui. f:an.vl . lli'inlHrMiti
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tten ran r and Ticket Air't
CAL WKiTHKH KKl'OUT.
OaIUO, Au.ni-t 4. leTu. lo.11 p.ni
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lling winmw -i umtt. mutliea.t.
nutnlier 01 tuiitu v,inil tiawUd, U-t
KliWIN Oahlanh. Dtiwrver.
At..K alM atotlt nnrtitr uttA i.;..v.
lourbn whiskey to lu luuutl ouh
illELBI niWl. VW, W Jla.hll ILILl I
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. m I'rnnrw.tiira
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fet&rtliix (roia S'Ute X (Jrctr
rucr in ijiAlil surik unit ici iv
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lent Hi.... . . . 111 a.u.
" . .... ., rip.m,
dons Mkvuiis, Agent.
ar boardcia at tbe European hotel.
of t'fi per month. vid-tl
I iloulile XCaiiarv. I..t nualltv ..(
dine letter, etc., etc. wj,ox) for
MfSQOtoOU) per thousand,
weather l approaeliiug th
a.... Allarkuill lle I Cd UD UUU
it in aiKvant atvie. lueirice cream
'Their mammoth soda jountalu baa
.a I .nalna nFfUr lllld TlAf ! 1 1 N I.
T . ... a .-l.lll. ..... tn inala.
IMKIUI hm inami-mi'ym iv u a
.n.i nniaiinrt ni tiielr'natrou.
TUre will cut much business tram
acted In tbe pollco court yesterday.
Green wood tlfty cents a load at tin."
boi faetory ".fM-Hw
The question of now trlnl fur Camp-
bell will to argunl in tlio circuit court
Hallcy't stork o( fruit cans I tint
largest in tie market, and lie ha loads of
can wax. ,.ii-iu,
.Mr Dick Edmondion of Clear Creek
precinct, it fs said, In a candidate for
county .I'lJgo at tho approaching lall
Iialley will oiler citra Inducement
for the next .10 days, bo as to tnulio room
for lila lar'o order of hoatlm; ttovos,
Lottor from I.. 11. Myors, received
by parties in thl. city, nay that bo has con
eluded to remain In Colorado, Ho I' at
Colorado Sprln,;. and propose-to locate I
Married at tbo Deluionlco hotel,
Sunday ovening, August 3, 1873, by Kev.
i'rod I.. Thornton, .Mr. Oeonjo II. Sill of
llloomitigtoa, llllnoi', to Mlia Aninndn
J. I'ulford of CAilada,
Jut rocolvod and for aalo titty bar
rcls puro cidor vinegar, at Mathus &
L'blV, til Ohio levoe. S.-lw
The tervicea of tbo chain gang nro
needed In divert mid sundry place.", In cut
ting the wteda that outrank nnv and
all things in tbo atreots of tbo city." ThW
remark is made at tbo suggestion of a lovee
1. Fitzgerald at his roonm, corner
Fourteenth strcut aud Commercial uvo
nue, otl'ori for tale Ouinnea' l'orter iV
llai' ales and puro Honne.uy brandy,
and Ibo genuine Ar.goiturn bitters, all
Urst-clais cliolor curei. Try them
Go to H alloy V for gooil ctovca nnd
good bargains, 105 Washington nvnnuo.
C. llanny w'uhea Ibo public to bo in.
formed that ho has on hand a stock of
dry gooda and carpets aa extensive ua any
iu the Southwest, and that ho is determ
ined to bell everything ut prices lower
than tbo lowest. Call on him to-ditv and
examine goods and prices. Ho will satisfy
you both uk to quality and cost.
Dr. I.&vnrty, honioeoputbiit physl
clan, latu of Shawnoetowu, baa located iu
thla city, aud Intonds making lt his homo
Tbo douor comes to Cairo woll recom
mended, ana refers to tbe officers of tho
First National bank of Sliawneetown, to
whom bo is well known, having practiced
his profession among thorn for years. Ho
solicits a fair iharo of tho patronago of
lialloy baa ft lot of wood pumps and
tubing which bo offer-, extra low; call and
eethotn. 108 Washington avenue.
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Oolnit North. 1 "CB' ",r.l,10ta nly lour of them on
Cairo at....UA'i iutu. aul UAH) p.m. I band at present, .ludgo Uroia desires to
years of age ; ami three boys, agiid retper
lively two, four and tivo. Tho father ol
theo ohildreu has Jofl tho country, ami
tho mother, who U in dolicato benltb and
unublo to support them, is willing
to give nil claims to thorn
to those por?oiis who will agree
to tako propor care of them. For fur
ther information apply to Judge dross.
In thacircuitrourtyestorday Judge lia
kvr granted a new trial to Charles William"
the negro, who, it is alleged, robbed .Mr.
William Elliott of some ;V Chariot
Stuwart, convicted of larceny, was sen
tenced to one year at tlio ntuto reform
school, leaiiu Wilson, larceny, was ulso
grauted a new trial Wilson plead guilty
and was houlencod to tho county Jail for
thirty days, and to pay a lino of llfty dol
lars, anil tho co.ua of his trial. John For
rest, a big, one-eyed durkey,aud Elizabeth
Dowdy, a white woumu, Indicted for adul
tery, wore tried by the court. Judge lin
ker reserved his decision iu tho case until
A pigeon rtbooting match came oil' on
Saturdny afternoon, Inaugurated by a
lub of gentlemen iu Cairn. Tho ground
elected wiu north of Thirty-fourth street
near roplur. .Mr. .1. r. Holey was m-
loctod m Judge. "1 tin result was us nidi
Charles Thrupp, :i birds, nil down
.1 nines Clou mi, S birds, one tuiis,
l'atrlck Fitzgerald, IS birds, omulowti.
II. I.uttner, birds, nomi down.
N. Mun, 2 birds, one down.
Dr. Field, 2 birds, nono down.
II. (ios'tnnu, bird, one down.
Parties dcilnug to Join, should uttoud a
meeting or tho club at 1. Fitr.gearubt'a ut
So clock Wednesday uvenlng.
THE TYHOM- E.CUKSlON.
Tbe excursion which loft this city on
Sunday morning for Capo Girardeau was
not as large in point of number, as It was
expected to bo, but hoo who did go en-
joyi themselves to nil extent not soon to
be forgotten. The boat had on board
about one hundred persons, und left tho
wharf about 10 u'clock, arriving at tbo
t'tpn at y o clock lint night. Tho boat
whs (m deserted, and most ot the excur-
sionuu waresoou enlovliu; themselves in
the mai;iiiUcent Turner hall und garden
in me many way provided ut that place.
I bo reasou the occasion win such i
pleasant one is becausn tho Tyrone Is bet
tor oflicord than mutt Wtt, having n cob
one) as well as a captain. Col. ltigauud
Cupt. IIurmaQ are clever gentlemen to
run an excursion, as will be acknowledged
bo everyone who nrndo the trip with them
Many interesting incidents of tho tri
might be narrated hero, but lack of spuio
will not permit,
A competent school teacher, able to
teach the higher mathematics, and who
has had experience in teaching, may ac
curea situation lor six mouths at a rea
sonable .alary by applying to F. II. Jiyrno
or Wm l.odny ot Orei nllcld's limiting,
I'OI'.SALK o'lt KENT
llarb'ir ihop In eomplolo runuing order,
good stand kDd a good run of custom
Enquire at Tint I1ui.i.k.tis Oi kick
CAIRO DAILY .BULLETIN, TUESDAY, AUGUST C, 1873
THE Kit A OF MURDERS IN THIS
COUNTY NOT YET OVER.
HIS OWN KROTHEI! mi:
For everal daya paat a rumor bas boon
alloat in tbi city that ntiotber dreadful
imirdor bad been committed lotuowbero in I
mo upper part or tin) county, ma vinin ,
many penonliad board that a dreadful
crime bad been perpetrated, nonool tliom
could toll wlioro, whon or under wlutt t'lr
cumstalicea. YoHterday wo met n flnlleman direct
from tbo acono nf tbo fearful
trafjedy, and from him wero onabled
:oftain tbo followlnK partlcuh.n of
"'"'"''i'", k" nl w' "rouu-1
ful homicide, over committed iu tbl. j
Ibo nuirderod man'a namo' wa Don
llrec!o, and tbe murderer Daisy llroeeu,
bW brother. For a long liino these
brotbora have llvud in tbW county, and
from what wo can learn, have always
been considered Jinpo-ious char,
acters by thoso who know thorn beat.
It ll known that thoy Imvo during tbelr
rcsldoucc in tliU county co.nuiitled
,0VL'r1 nil'domeanors that of right would
have sent them both to the penitentiary.
Thoy woro nwaro of this fuel, und know
Ing that a grand Jury would soon bo In
action, and in nil probability their mis
deeds brought to tno attention of that
body, they sold oil' all they could of their
stock, etc., und a few days
beforo tbo convening of tbe present
torm ol tbo circuit court, left tbo county.
They took with them two or tbreo horses,
nnd it Is aald that Don, tbo murdered
man, at tho time they left, bad on hi person
between seventy aud olio hundred dollars
Aftor leaving tbe county, nothing was
beard of tliom until last Thursday even
ing, when they wero tlrst aeen passing
llriloy's store, about two and ft half miles
tliis aldo of tbo Union county lino. When
tlrst hceu they wero walking along the
roud, Don being about sixty vurda iu
advance of his brother Daisy. If any
one saw Ibum after thev fussed
ltriley'a tho lact has not yot been made
known, for the next beard of them is at
Union's mill. At tho mill they stopped
to got a drink of water. Don Itreeto
cftiiio up to the well and drank and thou j
passed on. Ily the Hum Daisy ,,t taken
a drink his brother was again
nonio llfty or sixty yards in advance.
Itiiforo they got out ol' light of tho mill
Duisy was seen to pick up a club, which bo
carried on his ahouldor. Thoy were rioit
aeon passing the residence of Mr. Samuel
Smalllng, when thoy were walking aide
by side. So far as is known this was tbe
lust seen nf tu 1, i-.uttiur. Mid xli
next beard ol Daisy is at tbo resilience ol
bl father-in-law, .Mr. John Walker, in
Oonit Islurii! ti-,ii-ffwf i-li.i.n I.!. ,
...... . , .,, , ,,mj
wife was lie camo to the homo ut mIumiI
olovon o clock at tilcht; and. if I
wo are correctly informed, after tulking to ,
his wife for a short time, took a quilt und ,
went into a corn field where bo ilopt all
night. Tho ne.vt morning (Friday) bo
returned to tbo bouse, and In a conversa
tion with his wiTe remarkod that if she
"hoard of a death tho mutt not go back
on bim. ' IteUiru leaving Walker's bouse
bo shaved oil his moustache, and taking
Ins hat oil his head, throw
it into ,
the tiro rciiiarkinL', "I'll burn
you up, d -ii you, for you
may be tbe means of giving mo wuy."
Hn then left Walkers, and that night
went to the residence of .Mr Wiley ('Inter,
where ho stayed until Saturday morning.
On Saturday morning ho got up, oat bis
break fast, and when about to Jcuvn tho
bouse, rald he would bo buck on .Monday
evening, meaning lust night.
Daisy HreoKu's conduct whllo at Mr
Walker house, led Mr. Walkr to bo-
liove nil was not right, and that
there must bu foul nlav iomo-
wliuro. Hut nothing further of the
whereabouts of Don llrooso was learned
until Friday afternoon, and then it was
brought to light in a very strange
In the uflurtitioii of thu day mentioned
(Friday) u on of .Mr, Samuel Holmes,
while riding uluiig tbo upper end of Sandy
Kidgu in I nity precinct, und within a
hundred nml lllty yards or so of Wbltta-
ker'a school house, bis bono became
frightened and it was with dilllculty that
young Holmes could urge him forwurd.
rpon looking for tho cutiso of tbu fright
of his horse the young man huw in thu
roud a few yards ahead of him
evidences of a tussel having rocetitly
tukea place. I'pou u closer examination
bo found tho trull of whoro some heavy
object had been dragged from the road,
Following thu trull, about twenty or
twenty-live yards from tbo road In an old
tree top bu found the dead body of a man.
Young Holmes gave the alarm und It was
not long until quito a number of
persons living iu the neighborhood
were on tho ground and tho body wus rec
ognized as the Udy of Don Urocsu.
'Squire Ilargis ol I'nity precinct, was
notllled aud un Inquett held, ami the
abovo facts as reluted to us brought out.
From 'i hittuker'h school house to
Walker n, where Dtl-y stayed on Thurh
day night after tbo killing, it about llvo
miles ; aud this accounts for bit arriving
thero so late at night.
Itistuidthat Daisy Hree.o hail Ut a
long time harbored III feeling for his
brother Hon, and once told his wife that
he Intended to kill him. It isfiirtbersald
that, feeling that they wero constantly iu
dunger of being arrcittd, Daisy proponed
to .Don that thoy get together all tho
property they could; then go to Mr.
Ureou'ee aud buy a horso, giving tJUr
note with Al r. Johu Wulkor,t Daiij llreesc't
father-iu-law,j as security, They wore
then to leavo the country and let Mr
Wulkerpay for tbehoro. Don refused -to
do this, giving as a mason that Wulkor
had always been a (.wd friend to them
and h9lp.d them out of trouble un wore
J tliati one occasion. Don alo told Walknr
of Dalsj'j proposition, Mid tbu' tlm
i trouble betweuti tliom bigau.
i Air. O. Uraonleu and .Mr. Walker iain
to Oalro oti SuinUy afternoon, and In-
formed .SlierliJ' Irvln or tlio murder. Mr.
J Irvln, nccouipanloil by Oreonltu and
I Wnlkor, ininuollatoly darted iu purnilt
of IMIy Hreoso. 'p to a lain Imur lul
i nlylit Mhttrill' Irvln 1m l not retiunrdi
nni na no won! bad beun ru"
coivod from bitn, it ii not
known if bo bai aiiccouded in capturlli
bis tnmo, Wo vonturo tbu asertlun bow-
ovor, tbat if Dmay llreusn iiiccood' In
at.BI,iflK .sburiU Irvln bo will do tuoro
.ban many miartor criminals ba u fulled
Don llrooso tbo murdered man, It tbo
'aine man who was twlco arrested on war
rants sworn out by Air. Nick William-, the
butcbur at tbo corner of Twentieth and
t'ontur itrmit4. fur itnalfmp a tk..
property of a neKro who Uvea aoiuo eight
mllea In tbu country, and brlni;lnL' it to
Clllry BIld .,,,, lt to WIHi.w. lint at
both trials he proved an utllbl. There Is,
however, no doubt that be was guilty, but
It Is supposed .Mr. Williams made a mis
tako as to the day on which bo purchased
A good spun of mutes, wugon nnd bar
noi. Also ten acres of corn. Euipiir'er of
Corner Fourteonth atrcotaud Washington
uvenue, ut lllatikonburg'a saloon.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-l'AKTN KK-
Iho purtnerslnp beretoforo existing
between Cotl'oy, Hrown kV Harrison and
E. 0. Pace A- Co,, under tbo atvie and
linn of Cotl'oy, l'aco dr Co., has been this
day dissolved by mutual consent, Cotl'ey,
Urown A: Harrison retiring, ami E. O.
Pace A; Co. nicceediug, who will continue
tho hustnosn under tbu firm name of E.
O. Pace .V Co.
COKKCV, llKOWN A HAKKIfON,
E. C. Pack A Co.
Keferring to tbo above dissolution, wo
tskn pleasure in recommending tbo firm of
E. C Paco sV On, to our former frlonds
Cor'KEV, llKOWV A 1 1 A KIUMON.
August I, 187:1. ri-3.:it
Aiit'h.Om ick C. .V V. It, H.,
Caiiio, ills., July -M, 1H7:i. )
Fur tho accommodation of tbo citUeUs
of ('aim, tho .Mound City accommodation
train will on and after Monday, July 'Jri,
stop as follows. At Fourteenth trnct
Twentieth street, Twanty.llfth etreot,
Thirty-fourth xtroet, and tho crossing of
tho Illinois Central railroad. No one
will be permitted on the train without a
ticket. Faro between Seventh street sta.
tiou and Illinois Central railroad crossing
and Intermediate points, llvo cents.
Tickets good for twenty fares can be pur-ctiasi-d
ut tlio tlcUot ollleo, euriuir i.r -luv
eutb street, for one dollar. Passengers
will not bo permitted to got oil or on the
train at any point olbor than tho above,
(Jen'l. Passongor and Ticket Agt.
Al CTIiiN sAI.KOI' Al.l Alll.i: J.KVKK
I will -di on Wcdneiiilay the titli da) ol
August, 137:1, at Id a.m., at public auc
tion to Die highest bidder, the follovvlus de.
scribed propel ty, to-wlt :
l.otn numbered n'venteen (17) and clgh.
teen (IS), In hlock numbered one (1), In the
I'll V III" l ' illvi Mil,,,.!.. I. ..I.. i
.., ifuuig ii. I .lid luinri
( K0urt, nr,.(.t :,mi olilo levee.
This propeity is beyond doubt one o the
lluet liti-iliK-h- .-lies in the city
The purchaser nl lot No. 17 Will have the
uu ami licnt'lil tl" the north vv.ill ol the
hou-e situated un lot 10, - nue bloeU, worth
at least 41,(KJ.
Teims, SI.WMJ cub on each lot. balunco iu
oiiB year with 8 per cent. Interest, .secured
by deed of trust on propeity.
C Wi.vilON, Airciit.
IHMEI, IIauimsn, Auctliiiieer n-l dtd
TO OOU FKIENDS AND l'ATKONS.
Retiring from tbe commission and for
warding busiuoKS, in this city, to-day, wo
have arranged with Messrs. Cotl'ey, Ha t-rii-ori
A Co,, a 11 rm of long experience,
good business habits and capacity, of
trlct Integrity aud ampin capital, to uc
ceed us iu this business.
Wo tukn pleasure in recummeiiding tbo
llriutoour corruspondentrt und neigliboni,
and bespeak for them, n coutlmiauco of
tho gemirous patronago and courteous
treatment so long extended to us.
1). II u IU. A Sox.
Caiiio, lilt., August I, 1873. 8-.1-!lt
A NEW I'IKST.CLVS BARKER
SHOP. Alcllcnry KotuVs Co., of Now Orleans,
have come to this city to Btay, aud have
fitted up a tlrst class barber-shop on Com
mercial avenue in the room next to Han
non's book store, lately occupied by Stu
art A: Oholson as a dry goods store. Tbe
workmen aro nil 11 rat-class and aro pro
pared to cut balr, ahave, ahampoo, etc., iu
the very latest stylos. All they ask It a
trial. They respectfully solicit ft iharo of
public patronage. McIIkxky Koe A Co,
KOR SALE OK KENT.
A two.vtory housu on Commercial nvc
nuo near the corner of Nineteenth stroet.
Tho bouse Ii forty feet long by twenty
two feet wide. It contains ten rooms mid
kitchen, and a good cistern and necssary
out-bouses aro attached tj it. D is well
veutilntod and well adapted (or a business
home or dwelling. It it in a business part
of tho city and hat been newly painted
aud renovated insido und out. Apply to
Kiver Shannon House, Ohio Lovee,
Cairo, Illinois. 7-B-lm,
Two A No. 1 hog-catcbora can get em
ployment by calling on me at once.
None but export need apply,
x-l-st Wm. .McIIai.k, City Mnnlml
A Quo, now cottage, comploto in all its
respects, situated on Fifteenth atroot op.
poslto the post-oilicu. For particular en
quire of Wbito A Co., corner Twentieth
ttraet and Waihlngton venuu. M.'l-tlt
M H. .MAX KoLliKIt,
A COMl'KTKNT 1MANO TU.NKIl
lias located In the city. Contrails made
for tuning pianos by tho year or other
wise, to suit tho owner. ( Iruers lult at tho
Jewelry stoto f F.. & W. Ilndor will re
celvo prompt attention. 7.29.1m.
A ( i (H )lTl N V EST M it N 'I'.
A rare cbunco Is offered to niiiiin man
with money to Invest in Kood navlni'
proporty In tho moat desirable part of tbo
Ity. iwn lota, f.O feet front on tho uvo-
nuo, houso .'I atorlct. Two lnra.it itores
can bo tltted up on tbo llrst Uoor, tho up
per ttor!e are well arranged for ollices or
awollings. l or furtbor particular! en-
ipilre ot John (. IIaiiMan Si Co.,
li-l-tf Heal Estate Agonts, Cairo, Ills
On and after Auiiiist 1. I Intend to do a
strictly cash business, except with those of
my cilttomels whoiottlo promptly on the
llrst or nvery month. All old accounts
and notes In my bands which aro not
settled very oon, I shall advertise and sell
at public vendue. D, A u r Kit.
UAiito, .liny 'ju, lb 1 1!, 7-V!7-m
A neat cottage, located on I'oplar be
tween Twentieth and Divitlou streets.
Tbo bouse contains four rooms nnd kitch
en, with good cistern and out housei com
plete. Mtl'IIAEf. COYKK.
.SOTICE TO HOO OWNERS.
Notice I. hereby given toownert of bogs
that on and after tho Hth day of August,
1873, 1 will rigidly enforce tho ordinance
iu regard to bogs running at largo
S-l-r.t V)l, .McIIai.k, City Marshal.
MUST" HE Pa7d.
Accounts due to Mathus A: Tbl must be
paid on or beforo tbo loth Inst., or thej
will bo placed In the bunds of an otticor
fur collection. Wo mean this.
a-:t-lw .Matiiv. a- IJiii.,
Five largo rooms, stiltablu for ortlce or
sleeping rooms. Enquire of Elliott A'
PiucK Cuiiur.NT OrrtcK,
Alondny Evening, August I, lb7:i. )
After sovoral very heavy rain storms
the weatbur iias clxarcd up cool and agree
ablo for either business or pleasure Hus
inois is generally dull with tho exception
of llour. There it very little shipping do
iiitiud for grain or ha. Tho advent of
the new crop of oats has Hooded tho mar
ket and brought down the prices
Corn, while especially, i.s weak
and uncertain. White slocks
are large aud increasing. Tbe river is de
dining, but there it plenty of water to all
points and ratot of freight arc Urm.
TIIK MA UK KT.
Ctir Correspondent! should boar in mind
that theso quotations aro for round lots
from llrst bauds. For broken and small
lots, and in tilling orders, an advance of
1 to .'lc it chargod over these prices.jfc.';
FI.OI'K Firm und .scarce. The bet
tor grades are iu active request. Tbe
market is nearly bare of all grudc-,
Salea embrace -JUO bblg various grades
$1 JoH 25; '.'oO bbls various grudea ou
orders ir, f.Ofu'j ;,; cnr loads various
grades $.r (10(8 1,0; lDO hbl various grades
$ii!l; 100 bids X.. V, und 'ion bbls
various grades 5(1(5,8 75.
HAY Very quiet, receipts aro light
and tho demand email. Sales wero 1 car
choice timothy, del, SIS; CO bnles do, de),
fit's and 1 cur common mixed sold ut il I,
CORN There ii a full stock on tho
market, and prices aro weak and nu.
steady. There it but little shipping du
marid aud tho mills aro all full. Sales
comprise 0 curs white in sucks, del, Wc
3 cars mixed do, 47c; 6 curs wbito do, 5'.'.
!i3!; i! car. white in bulk, on track, if,.
(cijlfc; I cur choice mixed in iliindeej, deb
48c; -I curs white In bulk, on truck, I'.'c;
'.' cars white iu suck., del, o"c : and - cars
mnud do 47c.
OATS Receipts are liberal, and demand
light. Wo note ule I car new crop iu
sacks delivered t.'c, and 1 cur. iu ucku de.
livured a 7c.
UKAN fillet nnd dull. No ilemuud.
(Jilotutlon aro 1 l(7jIl!e( tacked and deliv
ered, CORN MEAL This market is over
ttocked, Thu demand it very light for
tho supply, nnd prices aro weak und decli
ning, several hundred bbls sold to-day us
low m 52 oO per bbl. Wo note
transactions urn as follows: 4U() bbls (team
dried told early S'J 7S; fiOO bbls St, Charles
mllla steam dried, in order lots 2 OOfji
2 70, and 700 bbls stepiii dried sold u1
HUTTER -Stocks aro largo and tho
market Is lull. Prlcet rangu from h',a for
ordinary marketable butter to 2Uc lor
choice, Salet wore 'JO packgos fair to
cholcu lrXiiJ.'Oc; 16 pkgs ordinary toclirue
160'JOc, and 1,000 Hit choice 20c.
EU(JS Thure Is ft bolter feeling in tho
market to-day and fresh rocmpts iu small
packages and good order command 1'JAu.
Halei were I pkgt fresh at luc ; frijo dozen
fresh iu good rouditiou. in small casos,
CHICK KNS Plenty and tbe market
dragt. Sale- wore I coops young and old
23 ; 1 coop young 12 t!6 ; 5 coops do
$'ai '.'5; Cold j: 2r.fV)n Ou, and 20 doeu
young and old 2 f,()(u)3 f.O,
KKUIT Nothing doing, and we tiro
unablo to give quotatioru.
1'KOYISlO.NS -Tbo market for
smoked meats i Urm and active; Mipply
llinltod. Sales wero 10,000 I In clear nidus
packed nnd delivered lOJc; fi.000 lbs plain
hams packed and dullvered l:io and 8,000
Kit tilioiiblcrt iiicked nnd delivered He.
TEAS. Imperial, 7&1 'J5; Ounpow
dor, 7D(,1 Oolong black, 7fifl
Young Ilyiun, $11 40.
CHK1..K..-Oood douiand ; Now York
factory f , lCJl7c.
SYR1 PS Tho demand is fair for
choice at MeiSl
leaui at 6300.
"(' gal, aud Ntw Or.
J'1, bTKIUNO HAIK-25Q i bushel
Mx.r,..n ' 'M i uo n bbi.
CKM KNT, At wboleiAle SifaA' Su n
('OA L OIL.-Wc.
OUNNlES.-Ki-sewed 2J huth-li 18c
:i busbols '20c.
HDKLAPS.-'JJ bn.bolt corn, yj i
ir.Jcj do 10 or. 10c; 4 busbolt Oats line; fi
biishelt 'allrj (J busbelt Jl'o
HKESWAX.-V lb HOo.
SOA P. Schuell'er't OerniMi mottled
7Jc; Champaign soap, "Jc.
TALLOW, V lb 7e.
COFFEE Scarce aud arm, Java sell
Ing at ;iu:i2c; Lagilayra :4(,0Vrn Rio
priiim tn choice 'J IfaJuf.
MA MS Sugar cured canvaied are quo.
t'jd at ll(.i)ICo. Plain country cured
choice aro quoted at lUjc
LARD Re lined it quoted iu tinrces at
Hjutind III kegs at y10i!.
U R E A K F A S T I r A C O N - 1 '.' c.
SUOAR. Colloe A quoted at l.t.
llQMJc for crushed, powdered and k,ran.
HKOO.MS. Dull ; common house eel)
at $1 fiU to '2 M; choice and extra choice
$.t(W:i 7G; steamboitt 14 M(,c,r, (iu.
FKE1011T Cotton, cou'uressed U
Now York, Mr: to IW U. On
compressed, to .New York 1 1; to Hos
KATES To New Orleans and VltVa
burg! Potatoes, apples, etc, :0V;
pound freights loo uwt; hay fC
pur ton; whiskey $1 40 per bid.
TO M EM I'll IS-Flour, etc 2.V per bbl
pound freights 1 2 j n per i'wt; bay it per
ton; whiskey mOj per bbl; pork tltv per
W. II. .Morris,
II, II I .MIC
Nn. Huh. sd.I II. H ilniii
KIRK, HULL, OAKOO, LI V E S I'OOK
x jr b tj" a. ir c :hi.
A'lHA, IIAB I KOItli,
A-jft - ...fi.m.b v
UUIU AMKKI0A. HA,,
As-Pts Ilju.lni en
Alrrl- 'J,M 4,110 72
Aaort - -..ll,7el,lls He
IMTRHMATIONAI., N. T.,
t-M ,..., l,5VI,Si-
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Aorta Us I
AMHRI0AN UKNTKI., MO.,
CONNECTICUT JiUTUAI.. I.IFK.
Asstd .nlssytsi lai
TIUVKI.KIW, IIAKTKOKO, MrK AND
A'snta l,ri,ru 0
lUH.WAt HAHrtKNOKK-S A.-MUKANOK
Aasala eil,iinl is)
I ItlDKfKKIDiKT, IIOaTOK,
SAKKOKD. MOHRIS & CANDKK,
71 Ohio Ijim,
TK II TON I A 1. 1 F K INSUUANUK
OF OHIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
OKNr'L.Orvi(!K, 17'J WashinotoxSt.
This German Life Insurance Comtianv
gtiarautet!- not only Puld-up Policies hut
also a Value in Cash on the Non-forfeltuie
JOHN A. HU0K, - - . President
O. Kls'OliELSDOItF, - . . H-crotary
JOHN V. PltlJEHy,
Aj.'enl lor Cairo and vicinity.
.SECTION NO. 47.
A'Koeiatlon for prnmntliig Life Insurance
ami Sick Keller by weekly dues and intllual
co-operation In objects ol publle betietlt.
The Idle Insurance Policies will be lulled
by the Teutonic Lite lii-uiunuo Company.
II . MEYERS, I're-ldent.
JOHN W. PKUESS, Ao't.
F1IIE AND MA11I1N10
NIAOAUA, M. Y.,
(IKHUANIA, N. V.,
A-ai-la l.lxi-.Ttl 76
UAKOVKH, N. V.,
kM Tin Mt u
kki'Uiii.ic, rf. y,,
As-htii 71l.w. I.I
liiiiill'riiitnx the IJiidorwrltera Aaaiiuf,
YON K Kite, M. V.,
Axiiti 87H inl
ri UKMicN'a ruNii, , r.,
BKCUIltTV, N. V. MAKINK,
Htoiet, Dw6dxp, Kumlturx, Unlit unJ Urr
Kot., luauriN at ratua as ramratilr as 3iinJ, pt r
luauvnl aeciiritr will watraut.
I rvniievtiiiii oat or the ciusau-nf Ua.
aharrof tbir pHlronafio.
Lyman Klodifctt, del'cnd.iut. Is untitled
that ou July 21, In7.'i, Mary si. Illodgell,
complainant, tiled her bill in chuncc n ,
in the Alexander county circuit court, stale
of Illinois, lor divorce, and Ihut said null is
now pending In mid court. That tlieieupou
u summons was l-ucd out of the clerk's
olllcu of r-uid court aualnt von, rctuiuable
ou the fourth Tuesday In ,1111V, l!7;j, i;l
term ol said com I, then to be 'holdcii al the
couit-hoii'.e In Cairo, In Kild county ami
.state, ii.iieu .iiuy jisi, i -t:s.
... .JtK.,,,1K's " v,"0M,lclk.
,S.iniucl P. heeler,
0AIKO AND l'ADUWAH
The t-u.fn ateaoiPi
Dick Fowlkh, Oantaln
!,0V.!.rlrt?4ii'h.'':,v' rilduy excepted) ut
I p.tu l-or rrelttlit opuisaije apply ou bout or
iab, MAi.mHr, Ajt't.
Our Homo AUvertiaera.
BKJIIS, UKOW.V A (.'0.,
Auent.m Home Ootto.v Mills
NO. ;o Ohio Levee, Cairo, ID.
NEW UVERV STAULE
IIITWIfM WABU'N AVKNUK AN1I WAI.MU1
Or. II. K. H.Ma Ir.fuiii,. tue puWIo that h. ha
Ii I V K K Y S T A H Ii 'hi
on tlio ucttl..t alJn of '1 aulh -lri-l as Ii.tu
Ilia Mr.tl.a will ha fuinlatia-t Mlh uuun l.iit Ui
AND OOOD VEHICLES,
and the public may bp accommodated at al
hours ol thu Uuy and night with sale tuauis
ou the loAest telle-.
Dr. Fields u-ksa abare of public patroniu
and will endeavor to merit It by fall deallus
and strict attention to luisi
WAU1) A- KOHKHT.S,
Dkai.khi i.i Wmmw Shams,
Wai.i. Pah it n, Pur Wiiitk
l.KAl), Lt.SCKtll On
SHIKITS TUIIHKNTINIC, (It UK
Siivi.lac, Au'ouol., En;., Eic.
Waitillic toll avruilu und Eleventh idlest,
CaIKO, ... ll.t.lNot
I'AKKKK A HI.AKK,
WALL TAPER. J'AIN'ie,
fatlr. Manalar, (laaiillav,
Anil tbn c-lulirla. ulumlnatln
DB0sri'l.nit,UIM COB ilTU ST. It COM
Oijho . Illinois
Oaiko I'o.x and I.ski:t Co.
LU3IHER OF ALL KINDS
IIAHIt AMI SOI I. (
Keep coiHt.iuUy on hand
Fl.nullI.Vil AND SlIiIMi, Al.l J.ATII.
Mll.t AM. VAC.Il COKNKK TIIIIITV-KOUKTH
T'.K:T ANII OHIO LICVKK.
CAIRO, . ILLINOIS. 7-:UJtt
r". M. -tranlr. A. I lei linger
l". W. STKANTZ A CO.,
ROOT :umI SHOE .MAKERS
ElUHT SniKET AV J. CoMXICRI'IAI. A V KN VK
All kinds of boots aud r-hnes made to or
del ou sboit notice, anil Iu the latest and
mo-t I i-hlonablo stvlfs. f .ailli-s boots, hon
nnd ialtcia u -pci'lallt). . n-iMi
KiotiTii Mt., Bt. Com. a Wash.,
You can buy six
and ono-half lba. Duraut'a
A Cotfoo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Sovon lba. Now Orloana
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Beat
three and ono-half libs. 1'rinio
Rio CoiToo, Ono Dollar ; Host
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Rest Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Sevonty-flve Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson und Oolong Toa,
Ono Dollar por pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at Hi ham Bixuv.
Su.m.mi.1! Attention to the
trade, liming a largo . selec
tion of handsome white goods
very cheap, Ratistedo valen
cieiinis, plain striped and fig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped and figured ; Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured ; Marseilles in great vari.
etiesand patterns; Nansoolcs
patterns; linen lawns, white
and figured ; Vercales iu hand
some figures find designs; em
broidereis in largo assort
ments ; white trimmings in
largo assortments ; linen suit
ings in all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsome 'patterns ;
havo in storo a very complete,
largo and seasonable assort-
ment of dry goods vory cheap.
p. s. Please call, no trou-
, , . , i.. (IVQ te
oie to siitiyv vuiis. n