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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUKSDAY, AUGUS'i
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"Tlii.. matter V'ry pK.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
,M mum tilt fcorse KotHe
eighty MUM lirei Bottle
KO CBAJJGB OF 0AR3
FROM OiinO TO
IT. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OAlt.i
OM CAIRO If)
iMlnstU, irtlaaroiit. .
S'o FllUbUIH, WeanlM Ob.
altliaus, Ltlkdlpui, H tors.
ttiwauu, Jnutiiu, auju-t..
sctest. m Paul anJall points norO..
Ibis It J Ui onl; dlliol route l.i
(sr. Moomtn(,u,n, piilm,
orla. Uulacy, naoaua.
ttrtinaWa; RoefcWlatil, i!mt.
alea. Kuhuqua, siaiii uiij,
iletrsnl Drawing Room Sleeping '"
Ub all rognt Trains.
I Bat CfceckeJ to all Important (.olul..
tot tickets and information, artily to 1. 0, K.K
Iepot l alro; on board ttia tranut l.Jmr
im Oolumbut and Cairo, and at tn prlncip
UlmaJ tlckat offloas throughout tha tuuth.
W. r JOHNSON, WD iri.n i,u.Ki".
a. MlTCatLl, Oco'l. Hup't. Chicago,
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIME.
II 1'aMtcger train on the IlUnoU Central
Ijbenge time to-day. from ana aner .:iy
zn. 10-aay ixains n in ruu ; iiniu n ;
Ixprttt, dally . P-I'u-
l.ui, except aunuay " a. ui.
express, . P.m.,
I'.ali, dally except Sunday UM p. in.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE,
AIRO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS H. II.
On and alter Monday, Aug. 11, 1K3, trains
I1U run dally, except Sunday, between
Irtenflelu's landing and Riddle, .Mi-ntirl.
I follows :
site Greenfield' at .. C.O.'i p.m,
irlve at Dexter at . . . 10:10 a.m.
ntve at Riddles at. UsSO a.m.
rave Rlddlei at 1:20 p:m.
rrlve at Dexter at p.m.
L rrlve at Greenfield's at tM a.m.
Iteve Ureentlcld'a at ti:40 a.m
Irrive at Charleston at. . 10:30 a.m
avt Cbar citon at S-.3Q u.iu
Irrtve at urcenneid at vno a.m
UIE CAIBO AND VIXCENNKS
Tlio lioallb of Cairo was noror Iwltcr.
Tbcrowlll be a meatinu-of lliu flty
11 r. Henry "Winter U vry ill, Imt not
to ay dangcrouly to.
Circuit court will convenn nn tho flrtt
Monday in September.
Col. S. 8. Taylor left the city by the
afternoon train yesterday.
Oroon wood fifty conti a load at the
box factory. c30-3w
Mr. T. F. Bouton, editor of tho
Jonetboro 'Gazette,' wat In town yctUr-
Halley'i ttock of fruit cam is tha
largest in tho market, and he has loads of
can wax. 7-29-lm,
Query is there any ordinance
sgainst ball-playing on the aidewalki or
in the streets of the city ? Who knows''
AgODt wanted, in Alexander rounty,
for the "Weed tewing machine Apply to
A Mahan, St. Charles hotel S-12-Kt
l'at McLaughlin, for a long time In
the employ of Mr ,S AV alters, lumber
dealer, died in New (mean suveral
llhlloy w ill urTi-r ettra Inducements
for Uio tieil '.',0dtty,(u as to inuKu room j
fur his largo order of huatiti itov rr.
Tho coiii'vrt of )!i v. N l'.ick't :hurcb
Iatt iiit;hl was a mcftutt financially. Tbo
prix'ced' will be approiriatul to defray the
eiponscs of completing the church,
Wator hogsheads for hauling water,
holding two an 1 a Imlf barrels, ready
made and for tale at the cooper shop on
Fourth street ncr the Mississippi levee.
1). Artor has the lret and most
complete ttock of harness, saddles, bridles
and strap goods in the city which hu says
he will tell at bottom price for cash and
cash only. a-10-1 in
Contractors on the Mistiuippi Con-
tral o.vtension wore in the city yesterday
employing track layers for that road.
The work of laj ing the track w ill bo com.
mpneed Immediately and be pushed to a
Dr. W K Smith has removed his of-
tire to tin) second story of l.oui. Herbert's
now brick building on Eighth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, whero ho hat more comfortable and
commodious iiuartoit. M-10-tf
.loo Stevens, a colored U'amtter,drove
his team too close to tho ndge of the Ohio
leveu last eveulng. While driving be.
the transit wharfboat and tho ferry-1
lit team accidentally iot Into tbn '
Cleveland, Niagra Falls,
Philadelphia. New York.
Boston and all Eastern Points,
CHANGE OF TIME.
Ibn and alter Tuctday, .luly 1, 187:1, trulni
i run as louowt :
ililng northUavea Cairo at v.oo a.m.
t nng aouin unxti v cairn -j , u i v
iiOUNO orrr ACCOMMODATION.
arcs Cairo at. ...11:33 a.m. and fi.Oil ji.rn.
rivet at Cairo at.. 8:00 a.m. and 1:23 p.m.
rhe ezprtM train north arrives at Vln
antatl'i:20p.m.,iiialiliir direct connec
B at 12.-S0 p.m., wltli the Indianapolis and
ncennea railroad for Indlauapolis, tho
at railroad centre, from which point
ins art) departing ut all liourc, for all
Inti In the Lulled States and Canada. At
tit p.m. with the KvainrllU and Craw-
utyiue raiiroaa. lor Terra Haute, inuu-
yohl, Chicago, Danville and all points
fth, via the Terra Uuute, Kvautvlllu and
icogo raiiroaa, ana earn via me anuaiia
t, and Indlanatiolla and St. Louis railroad.
1,1:16 p m. with the Uhlo and Mississippi
Iroad, for Cincinnati, Loulsdlle, and all
nti aatt. via Cincinnati.
I HtMDjrert eolne br this route are Uaced
I itndlanapolli, Cincinnati, Louisville, 5iw
unington, anu an eastern points, meive
Uira In advance of anv other route.
- . . .1 . .
SXprtM irain matiea conueciiuu ai emu-
no wun 3b 1.0U19 anu souiueasieru ran
,f, tor St. Louis, Mt. ernon (lllinpls),
.wnatiown, anu an poiuie ueiwuen cjuo
""o and St. Louis.
Ct S orris Citr makes clofe connection
ISorlwrtleld. Hock Island, and all points
aBpTingneia anu Illinois aouueasicrn ran
,t carmi wun si. Louis, tvantvllle. lien
n ana xiatnvuie railway line, lor Ait.
n (ladlacal. Cvansvlle. Henderson
ntuckyj, Nashville (TenneMccj, and all
gu oa ai, u, b., u, tou .1, rant ay anu
I arsac checked to all important pointe.
ir"r tickets and Information appl) at
uaattomce. corner bevunlh street and
amtrclal avenue, Cairo, Illinois,
DO, 1.11, DUp l, L'lUB.U wooi,
Gen. Fais'r and Ticket Ag't
. F. BERNSlDK, Agent, Cairo.
11 LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
CAIBO, AUgUit 11, lri.3, 10:11 p.m
Iianaonieter S3 degrecc
'ina, calm, vclooltj u niilc urr
, 'father, cleat
,' aolinuin umpriui i.,t i i.diiri.
! inluium temperature, U.t 'i uuurs,
reralllnv wtndlaM Z hours, northwe.t,
yui number oi iiuic iraeieu unriniaiit
mr . .
KDWIN (jahi.anii. Observer
,'lMt Scotch ale, stout porter, and eight
r,r old bourbon whiskey to be found only
I', be Crystal saloon, corner of Sixth street
S ' nnn,n.BMltl BVAM.ttt
t Steaoala 4 Lank,
f'i'j m Proprietor!
Jacks lorthe.Catro, Arkantat and Toxa
oad, itartlng from White & Greer's
e, comer ol Blxtli Mreet and Uhlo levee,
Ive at .... . ,. 6 a.m.
lite in city at 10 a.m.
John MievKRg, Agent,
i(Ulu boarden at the European hotel.
ry Walker proprietor, receive bo-rd at
late of 120 per month. M(Mt
Int wblU : alnxla and double X amber
I la and double X Canary, best frailty of
Ula, blue latter, etc., etc. b0,nn for
Iprinted at 8 60 to U W per thouatnd,
a jicllktin urricK.
DalU Social club rooms, suitable
Int floor, south tide of Tux
Lbuildior. Enquire at this of.
loal hit team accidentally got into tho
river and wat drowned.
All persons are hereby notitled net
to harbor or Unit my wifa, Catharine .1.
Fisher, on my account, as J will pay no
bills or debts of hor contracting.
Cairo, Ills., August 11, 1873. H-l-Ct
1. Fitzgerald at hi rooms, corner
Fourteenth street and Commercial ave
nue, otfurs for tale Guinness' Porter &
llusa1 ales and nnrn llAnnnttv liranrlv
and the genuine Ar.gonture fitters, all '
first-das cholera cure Try them
7-17 tf '
.1,1.- t- .1 . - , - I
i lie uav uiuuraiuu train 10 lue sale ol
lots at Dexter, M(iur, which takes place
to-morrow, Wednesday, will leave Green
field's landing promptly at ninu o'clock
a.m. 1'ursons waning to attend tbo sale
must be at the landing promptly at that
hour, as tho train will start prxcNely at
tbo tlmo advertitod.
Co to Halley'i) for good stoves and
good bargain, ICS Washington avenue
C. Hattny wishes the public to bo in
formed that he has on hand a stock of
dry goods and carpets as extensive as any
in the HoutLwett, and that ho is determ
ined to toll everything at prices lower
than tho lowest. Call ou him to-day and
oxatnlnu goods and prices. He will satisfy
you both at to quality and cost.
It was rumorel on tho ttrcett last
evening, that a colored man who had
driven hit bortet into the river near the
ferry landing, had gone Into the water too
far, and that both horses, harness and all
but tbo driver had gone under and were
drowned. We could find a number oi
men who had heard of tho mishap but
ncno that had soon it.
- The picnic excursion on ihn T. K
Eckert on Friday next promisos to bo i
grand aifair The committee of arrange
monts a,re busily engaged in making all
noceitaty preparations tor the occasion,
and -wo are assured nothing will be left
undone that will conduce to the pleasure
and coiufort of thoxi that attend. From
present tiipoirani Uu attendance will
Dr. I.avnrty, bomouopathlst physl
clan, latu of Hhawnuelown, hat located In
this city and intends making it his homo
The doctor comes to Cairo well rocoin
mended, and refers to the otlicers of tho
First Nhtional bank of Shawnoctown, to
whom hu Is well known, having practiced
his profuuion among them for years. Ho
solicits a fair share of the patrooago of
our citizens. 7-'J0-tf
The proprietors of several of the !
negro dauce-housoa of the city are consid- '
erably agitated for fear the city council
will take ttept to close up their bouses
We are of the opinion that the whole
question is in the hands of the dance-hout-keopert
themselves. If they con.
duct them properly, and prohibit loud and
unusual noises, there would be no com
plaint against them
Halley hu a lot of wood pumps and
tubing which be offers extra low; call and
tee them, 108 Washington avonua,
The barber shop is on the corner of
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
where J. George Steinboute witb his gen
tlemanly attistants can be found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to toothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-clast shop, and you are
ture of receiving llrst-clats treatment.
Lidies' and children's hair cut or curled
after th'e roost approved style, 8-10-tf
A petition was being circulated last
"llibt ly several colored men, to raise
money to fee th attorneyi for Campbell,
ogo to the tuprerae court to try to get
hltn a new trial, and if they failed U.pro.
cure a new trial, to go to the governor for
a commutation to thopcnitontlary for life. ,
Although tho petition had been in circu-1
latlon aovoral hourt whon wo taw it, but a
few dollars woro subscribed. i
Tho funoral of Joseph l.ehmos on
Sunday last wat attended by a large num.
hor of people. Tbe Rough and Ready
Fire company of which the deceased wat
a member, and the Hibernian, Delta and
Arab Fire companies attended in a body,
The Delta City braat band escorted the
funeral cortege to the train at tbe font ol
Fourth street. A good many accom
panied the remalnt to tbe cemetery at
Villa Ridge where It was interred
From partiee who arrived in this city
from Jonesboro yesterday we learn that
work on this end or the Cairo and St
Louis railroad will be commenced in the
course of a week or ten daj Work at
the tunnel in Union county is going
ahead, and the engineer for this divition
tayn the work or laying the iron will be
begun in a vory short time, and comple
ted at soon at possible. This will be wel
come intelligence to the people or this
city who have waited long and patiently
for its completion.
Since the lato change of time ou the C.
A' V. R. R. the train from Cairo reaches
thit place io that The Ca i ko Dailt liui.
LKTIN it received hero aboet live hours In
advanco of any other daily paper pub
lished, and we nre pleased to hoar some of
our butinets men talking of making up a
club for it. It containi at late uewt at
any of thorn, arrives sooner than any
other, and is un lliinnin paper, besides.
We say, take it. (rlaline County Regis
ter 1 NOTICE.
Parties wishing goods told at auction,
will please bring the tamo to my auction
room, No. 103 Commercial avenue, on or
before Thursday evening of each week,
at I thall el I on Friday of each week in-
stead of Saturday at heretofore.
Daniel Hani man.
The only Rented auctioneer in tlmcitv.
CARD OF THANKS.
Lditoh IIl'I.i.kti.n 1 desire through
the columns of your paper to return my
sincere thanks to the Rough and Heady
Fire company, and to thoe momhert in
dividually who rendered me to much as
sistance in my late bereavement.
Cairo, Augutt II, 1?7.1.
FIENDISH ATTEMPT TO ASSAS
SINATE A COLORED MAN.
A tnokl fiendish attempt at assassination
wat made in thit city on last Sunday
morning. At about two o'clock two col
ored men went to the btuie of Bud An
derson, who lives on Fourth itreet near
Washington avenue, anil on entering the
bouse found Anderson in bed. Without
giving him the slightest warning the two
men pounced upon Anderson and Inflicted
upon hit porton a number of wound
which may prove fatal. It it mpposed one
ol tbe men wat armed with a brick and
the other a 1th a tnife, Chief of Police
McUale wat near at hand at the time the
assault was made upon Ander
son, and hearing the noise
was but a fevt minutes in reaching the
house, but the would.be atiastini had
already lied, goin in tbe .liiectlon of the
Mississippi river Mcllale gave chase and
succeeded In caUbing one negro, but It
turned out to bo the wrong man.and he wat
turned loose. Anderson's injuries are very
severe although not necessary fatal. For
some time Anderson hat been engineer ou
the tug Cache, and it known to be a iUlet,
iuotl'ensivn and Industrious man. Up to a
late hour Iatt night hit assailants had not
been captured. The name of one of the
men It .Mm Haynes, theother Is unknown.
AUT S.UKKICK C. A . II II , i
Caiko, Ills., duly 20, ls7 i. j
For the accommodation of the citizens
.if I Mir.i. tin .Mound Cltv arpomrWMtfttiiiti I "
train will on and after Monday, duly '.'s,
stop as follows At Fourteenth street
I Twentieth street, Twenty-fifth utreet,
Thirty-fourth street, and the crossing of
the Illinois uemrai railroad. .o one
will be permit tod on the train without n
ticket. Farx between Seventh street ta
tion and Illinois Central railroad crossing
and intermediate points, five cents.
Tickets good for twenty fares can bo pur
chased at tho ticket office, corner of ov
rath street, for one dollar. Passengers
will not be permitted to get oiT or on the
train at any points other than the ahow.
Cha. O. Wooii,
(!en I. Passenger and Tickot Agt.
HR1CK LAYERS WANTED.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
, Lot numbered ', in block numbered t,
1 fronting on Ohio levoe, with business ard
I dwelling, now kitchen, etc., all complete.
1 Abo tor tale or rent, the household and
, kitchen furniture, bar and bar fixtures, in
tlrtt-clt's condition. The bar and house
Four or live'good brick! ayrs wanted j is kept by Mrs. I'ulkeuslein, ,irr Habn,
8 1L' 'Jt
A pply to
FOR SALE OR RENT,
ilarber shop in complete running order,
good stand and a good run
The Huu.it i in Oitu-b.
,1'it loie Police Msjrl-truto V. Ilro.l
Annio Rountroe, a colored woman who
lives on Twentv.seconj .ireet, was brought
up for using "offensive, abusive and
ibroatouing language' to Mrs. Joe Mize.
Mrs, Rountroo and Mrs. Mizsbad a quar
rel, all about a little five year old boy, who
threw a clod of dirt into Mrs. Rountree't
window. Tho two women had high
words, and Mrs Rountree avowed her
ability to "overlastiugly stamp Mrs. Mize j
and her husband into the ground,' "clean
out Tweuty-tocend street" and do sundry
other desperate acts. Judge Urost as
sessed the lowest fine against Mrs. Roun
tree, but the costs and lino together
amounted to about t Mr. Rountree
hat givon notice that the next time hit
"wife It interfered witb he will have
blood " The fine and cottt wero paid
Mark Qulnn it, or was an employe on
tbo Mississippi Central. He came to
Cairo on Sunday morning, fell In with
some oi "tne boys, and as a consequence
KOtdruns" He had a tew dollars caih
when he got to town, but what hi be
came of it he could not tell, but "guessed
he had t wallowed it. lie fell Into the
lands ol Officer Afartiu and stayed Sun
day night. Ho was before hit honor yet
terday morning, and tent back to labor
on the itreets fur three'days
John Mackins, a negro boy, who has
tor tome time boeu in tlie umnlov of 11, h I
proprietors of tho old Delmouico saloon,
went for Mr. Tom Parker's tatcnel uu
Hun Jay morning, ttoaling 15. Mr. Par
ker tent tbe boy to hit room after tome
articles of clothing, and while in the room
he went through the satchel, He was be
fore Judge Rross yesterday morning, and
held to bail in the turn of $100, in default
of which ho wat font to tbe county jail to
await the action of the grand jury.
lilt NI HlASKOTlMrN I ( ' .
and ha a u'ooil run ol custom. 1 hi is a
fine opportunity for any person who
withes to invest in good property or en
gage in a lucrative business already estab
lished. For further information apply on
the premises. H-ft.Ht
A NEW FIRST-CLASS HAIUjkh
Miiiteiiry l'.oe A Co., nf Naw Orleans,
havn come to this city to stay, and Inn
fitted up a tint eln't barber-ihop on Com
mercial avenue in th rnm tn Hun.
non't book ttore, lately occupied by Stu
art .V Oholton as a dry goods store. The
workmen are nil first-class and are pre
pared to cut hair, shavo, nhampoo, etc., in
the very latest styles. All they ask is a
trial. They respectfully solicit a share of
public patronage. .Ml'IIksky It ok & Co,
M H.MAX KOLLKIt,
A i'OII I'KTENT PIANO TI'NKR
Has located in the city. Contrails uiitdtf
for tuning pianos by the year or other
wise, to suit the owner. Ordert left at the
jewelry store of E. j: W. Ruder will re
ceive prompt attention. 7-29-lm.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A tare chance is offered to some man
with money to invest In good paying
property in the most desirable part of the
city Two lots, 10 feet front on the ave
nue, house 3 stories Two larva stores
can be tltud up on the tlrsl tlcoi, the up
per stories are v. el I arranged for offices or
dwellings. For further particulars en
nulra oi JoilN O. llAKMAS A Co..
(', l.tf Real Estate Attntn, Cairo lilt
upply it small. We noU tales of MO bhlt '
varieut grades 3 60,S 75 , 300 bbls do
S9 i '200 bbls do fK,ri t'O 'J' '.bis do
68 75; lfiObbls do t" 00(3 3 75; 100
tb' XXX $7 is, 100 do XXX $7 and
uo cnoiee.ramtly $8 25.
11 AY None sclllnrr eirent In Miiall
order lots, and It 1. ImpoaiMe to ettebl.-h
ny correct round lot quotations.
" inere It a full supply of all
kinds to meet.the demand, whloh he lab
len off since last report. Prices are low er,
closing totlay 620 for white sacked and
delivered, and 4G0 for mlied,
Sales embrace 200 tacks miied, Irom
tore, 48c; 2 can mixed, in bulk, on track,
37c, fi cars white, in tacks, delivered, t2c;
C cart white sold early, tacked and deliv
ered, 6CCand 0 cart while. In bulk os
OATS-Very dull, pUnty in the mar
ket, demand irnell and prices are weak
and declining Salts since last review
Were 1 car in bulk, bD tr6l;. n.w rraD,
28c , 3 cart old crop, taoked and delivered,
34c1, and 4 cait tacked and dolivsred, Sic
CORN M K Air -The market is our
stocked and dull. Prices are deoliulng
Tbe market closed to day at '.' 40 for
choice steam dried without buyers. We
note sales it 300 bbls Uan. dried, del, j
U 40 , 200 bbls ttcatu driJ, .old aarly', I
del, .J CO, and I car load and Ul bbls
Souger's, steam dried, on pritale Hunt I
BRAN Very quitt, and none tailing
Quotations are $11 oOf-Tjll!.
BUTTER (inlet. "Gilt-edged In
small packages would bring '-lie. but time
I it plenty of medium and choice In tha
market. Salet were 41 pkgs choice VIV;'
buckets common to choice l'2(Z'i0c: .') i
pkgs country 15c 5 pkgs choice "0j..l3v-,
and 13 small pkg, a lbs uach, sold at '.'.'
EGGS Very dull j only frrsh rai't-iptt .
cau be dipned of, and loc it an oiiltule
figure to day. Sale- weru lOo rli.eii at
CH ICE ENS Quiet, dull and plenty.
Tho local trade i supplied from country
wagons, and there, is no outside demand.
We note sales of to dozsn choic hens, t'! ,
3 30-, .'15 dozen, and two coops of iprlny
chickens C, i- to U ":.
FRUIT None coming in except ap- t
plesj of thete 50 I bus boxc ioId O. 2"c
10 Mill cboico sold (h t- 50 per bbl.
PROVISION'S The market is bate
and prices firm, good order demand,
but transactions were small, owing to the
lack of supplies. We note sales of 'JO.o'mi '
lbs clear sides bacon at previoit quota
tions, and '1 tierces or lard at 7.1c.
WHEAT Nov much demand. Three
TEAS. Imperial, 7il
dor, 75(77)1 23; Oolong black. -,r,(Sf
Young Hyson, $11 40.
CHEESE. Good demand ; New York
factory V lb lCl(S;17c.
SYRF PS The demand i fair for
choice at (iOcfSifl '( gal, and Nw Or
leans at 7S80c.
PLAbTERING II A 1 R 33c V bushel
I.I M F.. In lots $1 23 to 1 50 V bbl.
("KMRNT, At w-.mi.-fii.. T:iaj ao l
COAT. OIL 22c.
GUNNIES. Ke-ewed hutbelt 1 St
!i busfaeU 20c.
BURLAPS. 2j bushels corn, 9J or.
irJc; do 1(1 o. I lie; 4 hushols Oat- 20c; 3
bushels 21c; 4 bushels 22c.
BEESWAX. "H lb :i0o.
SOA P. SchaetTer't German mottled
7jcj Champaign soap, 7Jc.
TALLOW, f lb 7c.
COFFEE Scarce and firm, Java soli
ng at KUQic, i.aguayra 24(j)r.c, mo
prime to choice 21(ji'J3o.
II A MS Sugar cured canvate.t are quo
ted at lifiUCc plain country cured
choice are quoted at I2c.
LARD Refined it quoted in tierce, at
etc and in kegt at 910c.
BREAKFAST BACON- 12c
SUGAR Coffee A quoted at 13c,
H14Jc for crushed, powdered an.l yru-
$30,000 WORTH OP GOODS
ON AND A FT UK
I will sell ihv entire xtnch of
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
As I am dtt.iu.iLeJ to clcn but my pietsnt bn-ilit as tu.m aipssibl
N. H. TO AVOID ALL MISTAKES II KIMIA I'TKl! TH1 ! fiTOI.'K
Wf 1.1. HF. HOI.P STHICTI.V FOR CASH
K. II. CUNiN IN(JH AM.
Julj i, IS75
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
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told at iter, i i(7,-
'I'hr .uit Ch:illr l v ell .tlul widely kimwli ai the levlin;: 'id
LAHCEST HOTEL IX SOITHKRX ILLINOIS
And In all the appointments of a tlr-t-' l-a hou-e ha. no . ompetiM ,u i aiin, uil no li,r
llor 111 the "tate ollt'lde ol Cllicsuo. .... . . , i ,
The Saint Cburlrl built in the most 10II1I and .iilljnlul iiumicrol bnvw and Iruu. i
tourMorics in heitjht. exclmive r batMiirnt and atlie, ha- a ironUL'e ol 110 feet on tb
I Ohio river, 123 lei-t on Second treel and a w In;.' lor culinary purK).c ; I- In thorough repali
and will comfortably accommodate 200 gue-l-. I- now lining a line paling bu-ln. wblcb
will be largely Inert aicd duriiii; the preset year b) the new rallro.m. now being built inti
1 Cairo, anif wlione depot- will be in clo.e proximity to the hou-e.
I'artie wl-hinc to encase In the hotel bltslue-. lime now mi excellent opportunity to
purcha-e tbe entire properly, i.r one-third Inieie-t iib manairement or the liiilness. In-
' eluding liirnlture nml I villi, on u iv rciiible term., at Ion liiires, and eay pat.
I liienl-. Ad'lr--.
Care of Ticknor .V C, T. I.Ol'Ii
I Or a. w. men kan.
44 Perdiitntiret. nrlrali-,
THE VTHOTA EXPOSITION.
If t Jiro, in the lead, ami ill,
,n i.rlors Mi entile .loci ol
order to tnuke room lor In- uiunrnie ito. L ol lull i'i.uJi
E.XCPRSION AND PYRTECIIN
FRIDAY. Al'Gl'ST Ifi. !-.!
A good tpan of mulet, wagon and bar
lie-. Alto tun acres of corn. Enquirer of
Corner Fourteenth ttroetand Wa-hiugtoii
avenue, at Blankenbtirg't saloon.
On and after August 1, I Intend to do a
strictly cash buslneis, except with those of
ray customott whntettle promptly on the
first of every month All old accounts
ami notes In my hands which are not
settled vrnj soon, I (ball advertise and sell
at public veuduo, D. Ahtkk.
Vuiio. July 20, 1872. 7-27-1 m
BROOMS -Dull, d,mmcu h.uio seli
at fl CO to 2 CO; choice and extra cedee
J33 76; steamboat i 60S 00.
FREIGHT Cotton, coxreressed u
Hew York, 65c; to Bor SI. Un
comprtssud, to Nn York il, tn Bos
RATES To Nft Orl&4 and Vkkt
burg' Potatoes, applet, ate, 20c;
pound freight 16rt CWt, ha) $
per ton, wnisk.y il 40 per bbl
TO MEM I'll 13 Flour, etc per bbl
pound freights Vii per cnt; hay i4 pit
ton; whikey 80o per bbl; pork COo per
SUMMER (JOODS AT COST
. 'juiWt In part or
tie Villi tso sell -li otner oo.ls in proportion
QREATT V .R'EJDUC.
KtTilc respect'ully solicit au examination ot bistto
c.l. LT tound in tbe :lt)
k felln assured tL.t i.ol Lttt.i
COPPER A a
I', R O M ( C H 1.0 i A L U SI
The undersigned managers beg leave to
inform the citizens of Cairo that en the
1Mb of August they intend giving a pil
ule excursion, on the
St KA VI Kit T. 1. SXKKH1,
Up the Tennessee river to Norton lllutl t.
A moonlight excursion in the evening, to
gether with a grand pyrotechnical ethibl
liixl on the river. Both the Cairo Silver
Cornet band, and Prof. Cornell's string
hand, are engaged for the occauion, Am
ple arrangement, made lor refreshments
on the boat, and wo pledge ourjolvei ev
erything; that can be done shall be done Tor
the accommodation ot the excursionists,
Boat Iomvb. promptly at 7 am. Fare,
gents ?l fiO, ladies SO oontt, children 23
centt. Kor further particulars . ,m4)
N L Wickwlre, Marsh Warren
HowaPl, J A Philllt.
I'litcit OuKRr.NT On icir, )
Monday Evening, Augutt 11, 1H7 )
Tho weather for the last few days Las
been the hottest of the season, making it
almost impossible to attend to tbe demands
of business, which fortunately, or unfortu
nately, are not very prottlng.
A geueral ttagnstion scums to have
overcome all branchet of tr.dt
Receipts are moderate, but the demand
is small, and stocks of all klndt, except
flour, are accumulating,
Corn it plenty and weaker, quotations
are one cont lower than prlcet of Iatt
week. Oats are in good supply and very
few telling. Corn meal it weak snd do
cliniiig. Flour and provlsioni hold firm
wlthstockt too small for tho wants of the
tatf(JurreipondeuU should bear in mind
that thtte quotatloni trs for round lott
' from first hands. For broken anu smaii
it, '( lots, and in filling orders, an advance of
, 1 to 1e li tlitrged over these prices ,aIs
Jack Winter, II F Blake, W U Scbutter,
Petsir Ssup, lUnry Goitman, J T Ren.
Fl.Ol ll-Transsctloni are limited lor
want of supplies The demand isjfor
medium and Ugh grades of which the
DEXT IE 3& ,
."TODDAP.W COUNTY, MO
On Die line ol I he
. . N1 T RAILROAD.
ltenlaa Male t,
Town Lots at Auction.
Thl new lowii I i-ltnMeil upon au ele
vated iimt bettlltillll -ectloii ol laud, granleit
to the rnllroad company by llio I'liltrd
It la -lx miles HOiith ot lllAoinlield, the
iiretent county seat, at the point where the
C A It li O li A T E OF LI M E ,
P E 11 A I A N O A N A T E O F P O T ASH,
(JA H U 0 L I (' A C I J) P O W I) E K
C If L O 1 I I) E O V L I .M E
P O W I) 15 It E 1) (' H A K C O A L
old traveled loml leading to Dunklin count
croPSthe Cairo, Arkuihas and Ti-xa rul
It is 41 miles wen ol Cairo, ami -2.1 mile 1
can ol Poplar llliirT. It promise in be I In
line it town in Soutbea-t Mli-ourl.
Onlnj,' to the ileiiiaiiil rnr lot-, we have
itecldeil to oiler 200 at public alicllou on
WEDNESDAY, At'liUST III, 187:t.
lloud lor warranty deeds Will he git en.
Tcriiiii o! -.ilc: Tupiity dollar on bldlu
I. i... i... i : i iu-i
On ci" " " . our-ioiiu ,1.111111 j i, ion,
balance lu one snd two years, with i
Special iree exciitMon iraln Irnm C'alro,
ntoppiui; at all alMloiifc during Ihu day ol
ile, loaimir Cairo at li o'clock, a.m., unit
'rclilenl i A, anit 'I'. Rallrn.nl company.
FOR SALE A.O? LOW l7?ICT2a
COIIN'EK WASHINGTON A V E.N UK AND EKillTII HTfiEKT.
3STO. 7-i OHIO LL-VEJ3
NEW YORK S'l'Oiti:,
WIIOLEHAl.i: AND RETAIL.
Lyoun Itlodnett, defendant, is notlhed
that on July 21, 18711, Mury M. Blodgett,
complsinant, filed her bill In chancery, j,A(iasT vxainr stock in tuk u'j
In tbe Ai,.fni,l,.e eniintv circuit court, stale
ol' llllnnii, for divorce, and that sid suit Is
now ifiuilng In Id court. That thcreupou
a KUliiinniii was isucd out of the clerk' i
otlli-c nt cald court against you, returnable
on Hip Iniirlli Tnniiltiv In July. 1M73. toa
term ill ..aid com t, then lobe 'liolden at the
conn !ioue In Cairo, In said county and .
-t.it.- Hated July aisti '!
rbi'vkn s. Yof;ui, Clerk,
aum.l IV Whf rler. , , , ,
CAIRO CITY COAL
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GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE.
twrsser sf lueiMutb elreet aisU t'tiiis
U. O. PATIKK
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PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
'Xsl de to twimers at any Uouf.r