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ILLINOIS CENTRAL H R
IN Mllmllie Miorlcal IIoiiIk
Klatslj MIIm IIik Shnrlral Hoiilf
NO CHANGE OF OAKS
KROM CAll'.O TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE 01" CA1W
OM CAIRO TO
Oliwslnnull, l.llanapollr, Toledo,
Detroit, CletelmJ, Nar Falls
HnCalo, I'lllvtoti Washington.
Haltlmore, 'Phllade.Ipt.la, Ne fork.
llostoo ami nil poiDt east.
Mtlwackle, Jatiwiflllii, Msdls-n,
l.aOresss, bt. Paul and all point nortli.
This if also the (T.lj illnct rnule to
I'Malur, IHocmintoo, Npritlil,
Peoria, QuIqct, Keokuk,
Burlington; Hock Lbiad, 1a Salle,
HVndota, Dixon, Kreepott,
tJalena, I)ut.qu, bloui Uitj,
Omt.a and all points; northwest.
Elegant Drawing Koom Sleeping Ca
HklKgt Cbrckrd loall Important point,
rot tickau ami information, apply to I. C. IUK
depot at alroj on board tni tranul steamer f
lma Columbus and Cairo, and at ton prlnclpa
railroad tickot offices throughout tfce south.
W. P. JOHNbON, an'i fas. Ag't, Chlco.
A. Mucbill, Gea'f. Bup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Agt, Cairo.
C 11ANUE OK TIME.
Fas-cmier trains on Uio Illinois Central
change time to-day. Krora and alter 2:4o
I m, to-day train will run as tallow .
Express, dally ...Miftrip.Jin.
Mall, except Sunday . . . .3:15 a. in.
Express, .. 2:40 p.m..
Mail, dally except Sunday. ..11:65 !'
KA1LR0AD TIME TABLE.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS R. It.
On and alter Monday, Aug. 11, 1S73, train
will run dally, except t-unday, betvM.cn
ureenuema- landing anu utinuc, 3ltioun
m follows :
r.oivr. i! si.
Leave Greenfield's at
Arrive at JJextcr at
Arrive at lilddle" nt . ...
Leave Kiddles at .
Arrive at Dexter at
Arrive at Greenfield's at
. 0:06 p.tn
10:10 n. in
. 1:20 n: in,
. 1:42 ii.in
rcsw a. in
Leave Greenfield's, at !l:40 a.m.
Arrive at Charleston at 10:30 ii.m
Leave Charleston at S:30 ii.in,
Arrive at Urcentleld's at U:20 n.in.
THE CAIRO ANU VIXCENXES
KJtO.M OA I KO
Cleveland, Niagra Kall,
Fhiladelnhia. New York-
uoston ana an r.asiern l'oints,
CHANGE OK TIME.
On and alter Tuesdav, July 1, l::i. tr.iln
will run a follow-;
Uoliu; north leave Cairo at -1:0) a.m.
Uolng touth arrives at Cairo at. . . . 8:40 p.m.
MOCND CITY ACCOMMODATION.
LeaTea Cairo at..,.llj a.m. and 0:() p.m,
Arrives at Cairo at..u-.w a.m. ami i;t'5 p.m
Thecxprens train north arrives at Mn
tlon at 12:30 p.m., with the Indianapolis and
. inttuuts raiiruau lur inuianapoiiii, me
great railroad centre, from which point
iraioK are uepartinL- ui an nouw, lor all
wiwts m the Lnited State and Canada. At
J'.oa p.m. with the Kvainvlla and craw
I'jiUMllle railroad, for Terra Haute. India
ua)oli, Chlcaro, Dauvillu and (ill point'
I, it. lin rlk....a 11...... L u..ltl.. f
..villi, . . .liu IlilUlV) 1.1 .III. J11C UUU
Chicoo railroad, and east via the Vandalia
line, and Indianapolis and St. I.ouls railroad.
At 1: p m with the Ohio and MI'.Isippl
railroad, for Cincinnati, Louisville, and all
points ea-t, via Cincinnati,
l'a'tcngeiv i,'oln by this route are placed
In Indianapolif, Cincinnati. Louisville, w
Vork, Jlostiti, I'hiladcliihia, Haltlmore,
Washington, and all c.itern poiuu, telve
hours in advance of any other route.
Exprcp. train maker connection at Eido.
rado with St. Louis and oulliea-trii rail
way, lor st. IauIs, .Mt. Vernon (Illinois,
Shawncetown, and all points between Eldo
rado and St. Louis.
At Norrtf C.ty makc clo.-e connection
for Sprimrneld, JlocW Uland, and all point
on Springfield and Illinois Southeastern rail
way and connections.
At Carml with St. Louis Evan-vlllu, Ilcn
deron and Nashville railway line, lor Mt.
Vernon Undlaua), Kvansvllle, Ilenderfon
(Ktutuclcy., Na-hvillle (Tcnnek-ee), and all
points on st. 1.., E., II. and N. railway ami
Basriyjpe checked to all Important point.
ISTt'or ticket- and Information applv at
Uie ticket oillce, corner Seventh tret't 'and
Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
.I:.o. Lee, Sup't. Ciias.. O. Wool,
.. tJen- r&"'r nntl Ticket Au't
U. i . BUUSSIDE, Agent, Calio.
LOCAL WEATHER IlEl'ORT.
U. S. SlO. SEll., OIISW.VEK'B OPFIcV., 1
Caiko, AiiiiistSU, Js-8, 10:11 p.m. I
Tbenuometer "3 degrees.
Mind, calm, velocity u mllei per
Maximum temperature lan 21 hours, 7
-."uuium wwperature, last 21 hours, Co
1'revaUlng wind i.st 21 i,,. ,-,.1.
ToUl number of miles traveled dnrinKlati
.1 uuun, u.j
Edwin Gahlanh. Observer.
Hacks, for the Cairo, Arkansas and Texa
rauroau, aurung irom While .V (ireer's
Horc, corner of Sixth street and Ohio levee
run an follows ;
ve at, b .m
Arrive lu tit vat
John Mp.vkhb, Agent
Itoguiar boardeiit at the European hotel
Harry Walker proprietor, receive board at
the rate 01 fjo per month. Wiutf
Kine white; tingle and double . amber
single and double XCmary, best quality ol
uiaullla, blue letter, ttc., ete. Wj.ooo for
alo, printed at & W to o :) j,er thousand,
I'artle wishing goti iol3 at aurtlon,
will please bring tho lame to ray auction
room, No. 105 Commercial uvcnuo, on or
boforo Thund&y evening of each week,
M 1 shall tell on Friday of each vu-ek in
stead of Baturday as heretofore,
Dan 11:1. 11 am man.
Tho only licensed Auctioneer in the city,
ln renderini; kettle and fix
ttufri and retiderlnt; home. 'I'lie
home and aiitiaratm tliiJ by llurnott .V
t'u, iHilllde the Mlssillippl leveo, II lot
Inijulru nl tills ollicu
Tlio Delia Social clilli roOniH, MlilaMe
for ollioi. tlrt Iloor. loutli ciilo of Tub
It vi mis building. Enquire at thii of
Taken up. at .Snmllonlmrg'i yAnleti, a
cow and calf, the former while.wilh bluoiih
ipnti. They we.ro taken up on weunei-
ilhV, AuL'iist 20. Tliu o?lmr can recovor
the fame by proving properly and paying
l'OH COUNTY TKEASUUKK.
Emtoh ok Tiik I1ci.i.kiis You will
plonic annouueo my name as tlio people'
candidate for county treaturer, at the en
tiling November election. Intending and
desiring to tervo tlio people, I liopo to be
elected by the people.
William -M vnnv.
On Mondy morning last, In the post-
ollipe, or on "Wnihlngton avenue, tv mom
orandum-book, oontulning r letter and
ono or tuo moncv-ordcrf, which fire of no
vuo except to tne. 1 wU pay a iuita-
Wo reward for return of book and contents
thl office. Oeokoe ItfRN'.
Or ovchange for Cairo city property Tlie
grocory iloro at the corner of Sixth itrcut
and Washington avenue. The establish
ment is doing a good and paying business'
and will bo disposed of nt a bargain,
lleasons for wishing to sell out satisfacto
rily eiplalnod to any ouo wishing to pur-
chase. I'or further pnrtie ulnM inquire on
the premles. ?-20tf
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A raro chance is otTorod to somo man
with money to invest in good paying
property in the moit desirable part of the
citv. Two lots, t0 feet front on the ave
nue, houso 3 stories. Two large stores
can be titled up on the first floor, the up
per ttorlcs are well arranged lor offices or
dwellings. Kor further particulari en
quire of Jons Q. Hakma.v & Co..
fi-l-tf Real Estate Agents Cairo, ills
On and after August 1, I intend to do a
strictly cah business, except with those of
my cuitomets whosettlo promptly on tho
first of every month. All old accounts
and notoi in my hand? which are not
settled rrrytovn, I shall nd vorti.e and sell
at public vendue. I). Artkr.
Cairo, July 2C, 1S72. 7-27-lm
I will offer for sale at my sales-ronm.
105 Commercial avenue, on Friday.
August 22. at 9 o'clock a.m., a full as
sortment of household and kitchen furni
ture to cwnsist of bedsteads, bureaus, mat-resst-s,
2 good spring matresses, what-not",
cooking-stoves : also a small line of cloth
ing, coats, pants, hats, calicoes 1 new cot
ton uti', Ac, ol. 8Iq without rMrv,
t.''2 u Dan. Hartman
.mi:, .max J!(.)Lli;j:.
COMPETENT 1'IANO Tl'NEIS AND
Has located in the city Conlrm ts mado
for tuning pianos by tho year, or other
wise, to suit tho owner. Parties desiring
to purchase or oxchango pianos would do
well to call on Mr. .Max Roller before ne
gotiating Second hand pianos for sale or
ront. Orders may the left at Paul G.
Schuh a drug storo, Commercial avenue,
Cairo, Illinois. Mav Roi.i .r.
CHALLENGE KOI! THE EGYPT
1ANS. Caip.o, Illinois, August 21, 1S73
;'o the honorable seeretary ol the Egyptian
11. 11. ciuii 01 cairo, Illinois:
Dkak fcir. As secretary of the Nemo
base ball c'ub of Cairo, I havo beon di
rected by ourseverul members tochalieng
your club to meet and play a match game
of basu ball, on your ground', in the city
of Cairo, on Monday, August 25, 17 i, at
throe o'clock p.m. The game is t be
played with your flr.t nine.
Y'i'irs truly, II St. E Aiitik.
Secretary Nemo H. II. ('bib
I vvillolfer for alo on Tuesday, Au
gust 2g, at half past nine o clock a. in., the
enllro furnituro of Mrs. Fiihback'j. board
ing-house, corner Sixth street and "Wal
nut, at tho Dlolocl: houso, consisting of
bedsteads, '.bureaus, waihbtands,', matresses,
chairs, looking-glasses, carpets, stoves,
qucenswaro, tinware, knives and forks,
ono nearly now Ilrunsoli carpet, one splen
did largo cooking-itove, suitable for a ho
tel, and all the necessary articles for
first-cla.xc boarding-house, Sale 'positive
and wjtlumt ro'erve.
"-22td Dan IIap.tman, Auctioneer.
Cairo. Ills.. Julv 2C. 1873. f
Kor tho accommodation of thu citizens
of Cairo, the Mound City accommodation
trwn will on and after Monday, July 28,
stop as lollows . At Fourteenth street
Twentieth itreet, Twunty-llfth etreet,
ThJrty-fourtli street, and thu cro'iing of
mn Illinois Central railroad. No one
will be permitted on thu train without a
tlckiC. Kate Ulnecn Seventh street ta.
tion and Illinois Central railroad crossing
auu miermoaiaic points, live cents
Ticket good for twenty fares can be pur.
chwed at tho ticket office, corner of Si-v
enth atsreet, for one dollar. Passengers
will not be permitted to get oil' or on tlm
train at any points other than the above.
Ciiao. O. Wooi,
Gen 1. Pasienger and Ticket Act.
Dr. Lavarty, homoeopathist physl
eis,n, late of Shawnoetown, ha located In
this oity and intends making it his homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo well recom
mondud, and refers t.. the oflicers of the
First National hank of Shawneetown, to
whom he 11 well known, having practiced
his profession among them for years. He
solicit a fair iharo ft tho patronage of
our rltltens v.yn.tf
I'lvKJONAL IT EM it -
., Yoilrtrday aflernonn, tho remains nl
tho ''floater" referred loin The Jltn.i.f:
tin ol yoUorday morning not having
been burled, Coroner (busman, accompa
nied by Mr. J. K. Parks, Win. .1. 1'rll
lugsdorf and several other persons, took a
skiff and proceeded to tho Kentucky
shore. After contlderablo inann'iivring,
In wliich nearly every one engaged in th
undertaking became covured with mud,
tliey succeeded In gelling tlm body onto
dry land. Upon examination tho remains
wore found to bo thoso of a white iiiiiu or
boy. Tho hnnds and feet were very small
and in lifu the body could not huvo been
more than live feut high. Taking into ac
count the size, manner of dress, etc, we
are inclined to bollevo tho remains to be
those of a boy sixteen or seventeen years
of fige. ' He wore 11 plaited bosomed,
white hirl, with a bluo under
Milrt, grayish pants, rolled up at the
ankles, and bare footed. The left side of
the skull was crushed in, but how it was
done will of course forever remain a mys.
tery. The body was conveyed to the top
of tho river bank, whore it was buried in
as decent a manner as possible under the
The S'cw Orleans 'Times' of a lato
date says: "Mr, A. P. Perkins, for a long
time associated with Col. Tucker in con
nection with th0 business of the Illinois
Central railroad, has recently been up.
painted general agent of tho" Cairo and
Vincennes railroad, a now ro.id .it!rim.
direct lino of transit from Cairo muib
snorter than any other in existence, for all
point north of east from that city. This
new road could not havo a botler or more
etllcient representative than .Mr. Perkins.
Mr. P. will be found at No. 150 Common
street, and well provided with through
bill' of lading to Chicago, Cincinnati and
all points north and west, and as his
road runs in connection with our river
tonnage, these bills will be given by first
class steamers leaving daily, at rates to
New York not exceeding tho cost of ocean
transportation. Success to the now
Coder the head of new advertise
menu in Tim Hui.lktis of this morning
will bo found the card of Messrs. White
A; Co.. dealer in uroceries.provisions, etc.,
'orner Twentieth street and Washington
avenue, Jorgensen's old stand. Messrs.
White & Co., have without doubt a larger
and more complete stock of groceries
than can be found in any retail establish
ment of a like character in this city. The
clerks in the house are all affable, courte
ous gentleman with who.n it is a pleasure
to deal- My strict attention to !,.!..
and fair dealings they lmp0 to command a
iair snare 01 tlio public patroiing.
The following named persons were
registered at HmSt. Charles hotel vester
day: Alex.II. P.oye, city; Geo. M Handy,
Cincinnati; Chas. Thrisidy, Cinncinnati ,
n. F. lllance, New Organs; K. K. AVako
Held, Ilailarlcounty,;Kentuckv, A J.Ogi.
line, Paducah, Kentucky; II .11. Fox, St
'". Lavi'j .111-n, i!oi.u,l i,
inlet, Chicago; K. P. Jones, Cincinnati
A. J. Jtranch, steamer Sam Jlnl.Mri- u-m
Porter, t'liraffo.- i,. cay, steamer
Mr. Frank S. Huberts of the commis
sion linn of J. O. Mathowson. .m..,.i.
Georgia, called at Tiik Ul-li.ktiv ofliJ
yestordar. The house of J.
eon was established in the year lfi.15, and
is known all over Georgia a.s ono of the
most substantial nouses in Augusta.
Persons dosiring tho formation of a
military company In this city, should bear
in mind that a meeting for "that purpo-e
will he held at tho Hibornian engine
house this evening. I,0t there bo a full
house, and a good company organized.
A light occurred on the leveo last
evening between a prominent surveyor
and a woll-known section boss on tho ll
llnois Central, lioth gentlemen, wo un
derstand, came out of the "lussoll a little
worso for the wear.
It should be borne in mind that this
is tho regular sale day at the Planter s to
baco warohouse. A lari'e lot ..f or!.
lent tobacco will be placed upon the
breaks to-day. His honed a
of buyors will be present.
-Mrs, Hand, k "nice, milnt ,l,.r,i
lady," who lives on Poplar noar Thir-
.eunwi street was arrested last night by
olllcers Martin and Conant. Sim will
come before Judge Dross this nmrning.
-the funeral of Henry Harris, Jr.,
will take placo from the foot of Eighth
street, this aftornoon at three o'clock.
The friends of tho family Ml) eordiallv in
vited to attend.
Prof. Alvord, who has been spending
a portion of his vacntlon in Chicago ami
the northorn part of tho state, returned to
Cairo on "Wednesday.
The market is fairly glutto, with
watermelons. Tho health olllcer cannot
be too careful in prohibiting the sale of
thoso that have bocomo stale and wilted
Mr. Chas. M. Howe returned from his'
Western and Eastern trip yesterday
morning, looking as well as u.uul.
Wo hear cf Just one more gentlomnn
w ho would like to serve tho people for tho
next four years as county clerk
Bird's police court was as dry as a
corked bottle yesterday. .Not u ease ws
tried during tho ontlro day. '
Mr. Win. H. Thomas is home again
much improved in health, ami right side
up lor thu fall trade.
Probate court Is still in session
The barber shop is on , the corner ol
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
whero.l. (ieorge Stl.inhouse with hisnoii
tlemenly assistant, U f,m1,, ((t
hour of Ui., day ,)r night, ready to sooth
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and he! ,iu, Um
poo. It is allrst-class shop, ,lrl j.ol) Mu
sum of receiving ilrst-elas, treatment
Ladles' and children's hair mt or curled
alter tho most approved stylos. -ir,.ti
P Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street and Commercial nvo
nue, oilers for sale Gmnnes' Porter A
I J ui. ales and pure Huniiessy brandy
UULLET1W, VRTDAY, AUGUST 22, 1873
-and -Uta.-gwiHtiie- Aitgosturn bitters, all
tlrsl-c.lau cholera mres Try them
Dr. V'. I! .Smith has removed bbj of
fiCo to the second story of Louis Herbert's
now brick building on Eighth street, be
tw'ceii Washington and Commetelal ave
nues, wliBre lio has more comfortable and
commodious qnartei. S-IO-tf
I). Artor lias ihe largct and most
complete slock of harno's, saddles, bridles
and strap goods In tho city which lie says
ho will sell at bottom prices for cash and
cash only. 8-10-1 111
Phil. It. Saup receives ripe, luscious
grapes overy morning, fresh from the
vlnoyard. Ilo offers them for sale at
wholesale, or retail, 102 Commercial
Hallcy lias a lot of wood pumps and
tubing which he oiler extra low; call and
see them, His Washington avonue
Halley will oiler ovlra inducements
for the next .10 days, so as to make room
for his largo order of heating stove.
Halloy's stock of fruit cans is tin
largest in tlio market, and he ha loads of
can wax. 7-29-lm.
Go to Halley's for god stov nnd
good bargain, 10 Washington avenue
Green wood fifty tents a load at the
box factory. 7-HO-Rw
PROCEEDINGS l.V THE PRORATE
' ItlMlNAl. SILK.
The people, etc., vs. Frank llrecknor
and Granderson Boyd; keeping disorderly
house. Information tiled, nolle prossequi
entered by tho puoplo's attorney as to
Frank llrecknor, ploa of guilty entered by
Granderson Boyd, and a line of $5 and
costs of prosecution. Judgment entered
for lino and costs, and in default of pay
ment said defendant to stand committed.
The people vs. Cyrille Marchildon; sell
ing liquor without license; capla ordered
to isiiio returnable at noxt trm of court.
Rail llxed nt i'.'OO.
The peoplo vs. Ilcnj-unlri Brown; soiling
liquor without license; capias ordered to
issue returnable at next term of court.
Bail llxed at ?100.
The people vs. George Yictor: selling
liquor without license; capias ordered to
issuu returnable at next turm of Court
Ball fixed at f 100.
Estate of Tapley White ; E. Smalling,
aminilrator ; application for salo of
personal estate. Prayer of petitioner
granted, and ordered that said adminis
trator proceed to -oil the personal prop
erty at public auction.
Estate of Miller Hensloy, deceased;
Martha J. IWid, administratrix ; petition
for letters. Said petition and bond ex
amined, approved and ordered recorded.
Alsoorderol that Win. Wood, Win. Mar
tin and Nicholas Smallonburg be ap
pointed appraisers to value and appraise
tho goods and chatties of said deceand,
and that a proper warraht issue.
AGJfALATI VE AGAIN IIKAHI)
THAT ' ENGINE' WELL STOCKED
Cairo, III., August 20,ls7.i.
Eniion Bulletin I see bv Wcdns-
day's Issuo that tho "sulcidlst" still lives
and has one kick left. Poor fellow ' He
again struggles to thu surface, but whistles
a now tune. Ho tells us that ho did not
advance any theory on the question of su
icide' What of that thrce-lci'L'od anal.
y ' that lamo excuso for founding a
demonstration ' If wa remomber richtlv
you broke the leg ol the poor horse. You
took that as a kind of promises and no
doubt Haltered yourself with this leg-ill-mate
medium. Hut we are jmt from col
lege. A hugo engine surcharge.! with
au Inexhaustible supply of high phra-es
and about to prostrate the public with a
general iquirf Dontboraih! Cork down
that anger for a moment. Just pump us
and see;huw we work. We'll hardly suit
you on suicide, but try us on something
elie. Don't talk about our alma rnater.
Wo are not prepared for that. Momory
would quickly awaken recolloe.tions that
might shift the channel of our thoughts
and thus let you out unmanned. Why
disturb tlio gontlo patronymic that
graces ui ' Wo didn t make it 11 point to
get your natno, your history, or the loca
tion of your alma mater. Wo saw you in
your article. We camu to the conclusion
that you were of very small calibre so
small that after a violent ellort you might
go oil' once.
You say we were not to tho point '
What point '' Wo tried to 11 ml the point
in you article but cuuldn't do it. Wo of
fered our aid in bringing it to tho point,
but thu bluntnos of the author makes us
now givu it up. We laid down a propo
sition but you couldn't suo it.
We ropcat it "If you or
any other "prodigy ' can prove
that there Is an intelligent principle of
action in the brute soul, a principle that
acts per so or that can contemplate its own
:ts," then wo will submit to every
theory that has been maintained fiom
Pythagoras down to the present day.
Hut my friend you are not
the ti rat man that got wound up amid the
intricacies of science just from Impulse.
011 should havo allowed that tempost
which thrust you upon thu publiv: to sub
side. With less of the Ideal about your no
tions as to the notoriety of society
.-evolutioiu.oM you might produce u more
seniiblo article. Many efforts havo been
nude to reorgatii.e society in the last de
cade, and all havo endod in failure. Wo
doubt not but sumo among tlio number
liavo learned a lesson from tho fallacy uiiil
to all you with the rest do we dedi
cate the one hundred and thirty ninth lino
or Horace's epiiliu to tho Plsor, Partur j
itit montel, nascetur ridlculus nun I
The mountains aro in libur
and a diminutive mouse is brought forth
Y m say we are bombastic ' Please tul
' wnat it means, and a year has paiscj
l OHIO I.EVEE, SECOND DOOR ABOVE FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
ItKMKMB. ! OH, RK.UE.VW2K !
AIUUVIIATPEOPLH ARM LOO KIN"
It is our determiiiiitioii to kecj) (lie Iniest stock of lino eloUiiii". "cuts' funiisliiii"
ijoo.ls and liats over brought, to Cairo, direct from our resident partner and buver in New
lork. An advantage no house in Southern Illinois can hoast of. Remember, ""oods
well bouirht are half sold:' Wo have another great advantage buyin" in ,ir'or ?ua.
titus than any house in Cairo having two stores in this part" of the countrv. "
The above advantages, together with the determination to sell more goods anil "he
bettor bargains than any houe in Cairo. Low expenses and close attention to businos,
wo hope, will merit the patronage of those who wish to procure an outfit well made, and'
out in the latest style at figures that will satisfy the purses of both rich and poor.
As fast as the latest styles shall appear in New York eity, we shall introduce thorn
to our Cairo patrons, direct from our senior partner residing' in that citv. Another fea
ture which wo shall introduce into our business:
OITE PEICE THE HONEST PRICE.
"Down with High
All wo ak of you, reader, is an examination of our stock, to convince vou that what
lave road i as "true a (iospH." One price. Polite attention to all.
I. FAK.NT.AKKIJ, Aew York. I
SOL. FAILXUAKKIL Cairo. J
over our head since we havo had tin.
fortune to bo among the number of those
who sipped at tho fountain of knowledge
in a classic institution, don't use it against
usts an argument, that we are an "im
ptu'iu- young collegian,''
Pkice Our.itENT Ofkiok, l
Thursday Evening, August 21, lb73.
Cl K.SKItA I. IlKMAIlKh.
We h".vo no now feature to notii in the
general market as yet, iilthough some
branches of trado are beginning to show-
signs of activity, and a general rovlval is
loon expected to tike place. Tnoro is a
bettor feeling in tho meal market, and a
shade better prices are obtained, owing to
roceipts falling short of the demand.
Receipts of Hour aro moro liberal, and
the market is easier. Prices continue lair
The demand I'or outs to-dpy
was active, with no stocks on the market.
Butter and eggs aro scarce and in de
mand. Chickens are a drug in the mar
ket. ti-Zi-CorrespondciiW should bear in mind
that these quotations aru for round lots
from first hands, I'or broken ami small
lots, and in tilling orders, au advance of
1 to:iC it charged over these prices.off
FLOP It This, staple continues tlrm
and unchanged in price Receipts i.re
more liberal and tho market is easier with
continued active demand. Sales cm-
brace 10U bbls various grades jOfWjh 7.0;
300 bbls do 25; 100 bbls do $7
w'.i 200 bbls do G0(ji)!i, 100 bbls do
10 2i(u,tt; 1 ear low super .:) 75; 100
bbls choice winter $7 05; to bbls do
i 90; 100 bbls XXX winter to arrive J7,
100 bbls damaged II our sold at :l ; and 100
bbls family, at the mill, sold at $7 50.
II AY fillet. A fuw enrs of choico
hay would llnd a market at fair prices.
Threo cars choice mixed hay sold at
CORN Continues unchanged. lie
' "ipts are about equal to shipments, and
the market is kept pretty ovonly balanced.
ulo9 weru 0 curs white, tucked und de
livered, 52c; Gears white in bulk, on track
lie, 1 car white mixed in sacks, del, 62c,
and 5 cars mixed, sacked and del, Bold at
O KTS We noto uti improvement In
tins branch or tho markot. Thu demand
ia- increased and scarcity of receipts has
p it the price one cent higher to-day. !1
' sr. new crop sold in sacks del at :i6c; 2
ars old l!0e, sackud and del; and 2 car
i.evv sold early at 31c.
-MEAL Receipts havo beeon light for
'Hit few days, and tho market is a shade
otter. The demand continues about tho
"aiiiu and prices havo advanced. Sales
were 100 bbls steam dried dul ?2 00, and
loo bbls and 1 car load steam dried del
HK AN 0.uiet. Very little doing
One car sold sacked and del at $12 pur
Prices and give the Public Value Received."
Public Value Received
. Fatmbafce 4 Son.
I WHEAT-tJ il 't On car red told at
BL'TTER Choico bult'-r is in active
demand at quotations. Receipts ate en
tirely inadequate to meet the wants of thu ,
trade. Wo noto sales of 5 tubs and 20
Packages choice nt 2o28c, 32 pkgs choice
2oc; 10 pkg, good 22c, and 2 bucket
..i.t. .... . ...
uiioico soiu at -&c. '
EGOS-Receipts are light, nnd thu
market bare. Fre.h eggs find u ready,
market at 1213c. We note .ales 20 j
CHICKENS-Verv dull. The Ural '
trade is supplied by .'ountry wagon,, and
lealers experience considerable dilllcullv
in disposing of roceipts. Sales were 20
doon choice, full grown vaung chickiws
at j2 LOQi-.i.
FRUl'l' Nothing doing in a wholesale
way. Twenty-llve hi), boxes penehes
sold at .JOc.
PROVISIONS We have no tr.trisac
lions to report. I'hcro is n steady de
mand for smoked meat of all kinds, but
none in tho market.
TEAS Imperial, 7.k(o,5.1 25; Gun
powder, 7 5c0j,Jl 25; Oolong black, "Scto
il, oung Hyson, jlfitl -to.
Oil EfcSE Good demand; New York
factory, V lb, 10jfWjl7c.
SYKl.'P.S Thu J..iMHn,i f..i. f.
choico nt 0Oc(l pi jjstl, Mld .ovs urlei.ru
PLASTERING HAIK-Me-p billhel.
LIME In lots :l 25 to 1 60 "t bid. j
CEMENT. At wholosalu $22 60 -pi
Cn 4 I ,
Oil I. UI li -j-.'c.
(it'NNIES l:.i..iiiv,.J 91 l.i.alml. i
3 bushels 20c. '
itniM m oi i . i i , ..i
lUKI.Al fs-JJ bushels of corn, UJ w.
i.jju, iiu ijw, iuc; i husliels oat 20c;
MIIIMWia a t, w OlinilUIH
HUES WAX tHhailo. I
SOAP Shaoll'er's Germun mottlod 7'.c;
Champaign soap, 7Ac,
TALLOW -t) i, 7c.
COFFEE Hcarcii and llrm, .lava sell
ing nt U0!2c; Laguayra 2l(.i)2&r, Rio
primo to choice 21fii)2oc,
BROO.M.SDull; common house soil
at $1 50 to 2 60; choico and intra choice
f.l(7,: 76; Btiiamboat $1 60fT)6 00.
FREIGHT Cotton, eou.tiresst.d t
Now York, 85c; to Button il. tin
comprossod, to New York 1 1 1; to Bos
RATES To Now Orlenns and Vicks
burg: Potatoes, apples, etc,
pound freight 26c ewt; hay
..... ... ....:.i 11 1,. ....
jnu lira, nuirsoj pi '10 pur OOI
to m km im iu v, . . "'"I"'! a inn ami iiiisii supply ol nl the licsi
111. '""ri te 3,'' I't bbl, , iroo.ls in in) line, to In. round In the mi.iket
pouml freights I6u per nwt; hay 6 per I )' "'rift attention to business, and lair deal
ton; whiskey BOo per bbl; pork tlOc ner 1 1 hope not only In retain all Hit custom
bbl. 1 I the place has unloved lu the past, bill to add
NT i: A. MHO. VIS
OA I HO AND PADUCJAIJ
MAIl, lint i,
I'lie ieadlit sttsnicr
Diok Fowlku, Captain
Leavoa Cairo DAILY, (Siltiduy oxiepted) at
J I1'1" ''r Itelglit opassagc apply on boat or
d". Mallouv, Ag't.
10 II NT) T-A -DAYS.
N K W A 1) VKHTISEJ1 KN TS.
WIIITK & CO.,
-"uceeseors to I.. .lurgen-en.
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I ,V A VX'V' AX" ' A-N'CY O ItOCER II S
UAI, CA I d,
HOOTS, SHOES, A
And in Country Produce of all kind
,.,,, ,f VK
WTA supply ol choice hullci liomnorli.
el II d.ilrlts e'lllstii'itly on lllillil.
Wir.'8 AMI I.IUOtlKtJ.
j WHOL1.3ALE GROCEP.'
Oil III L K V K K
ii a i ii is , s 1. 1, i n o i h.
Also, lif'l1 ciinslstiiljr ut, ,a, , ,M,,,i
I'lutu stock uf
HOuTllll AMI) IU1MII WltlHKIKH
I ort, ..Iinltiria., Sherry and Ontuwbu"Wln
o u.. ,,, , ,. , . ,
II. Smith ,t (.il, are also agents loi Sinii.
eer. .McICay A( o.V Pilisbtiiii alc.ot vviilcli
large atoeU Is kept constantly on hand at
.IIVII'II,.IU 11 1 ti.
II HUMAN .SCUM KTZSTOKKF,
(Sui ccssoi- to II. Thlclecke.)
DeitUr In All Ulnila
ilKTVVI'.lIN TKNTIl AND KI.KVKNTII hTKKKlB
Having imri liaspd tlm grneerv rstabllsh
im nt nl II. I'M,. In.. I ., i -h ill i.iiv,.... i. ...
on hand a lull and li csh supply ol nil the tx -t
lo the llt many "new patrons. Asking a
...it niiiiii; oi IMIUIIO i:m linage,
Respectfully, IIkiimaN ftCII.MKIZ.VloltrK.
II, A. Tliouis I., D. Thouis
TIIO-MS k I5HOTIIK1I,
Suci'esosl'K lo II, JI.lllllcli,
Nliiile ititit l'tilicy l.'roi'rlm,
Foreign and Douicstle
134 Coinuierelal Avenue,