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AStJAl.OX I.OUUK, NO
Knlgbtd of I'ythlM, mKtnttrr Fri
day night ut balf-iinst seven, in Oilil
Fellow' flail. 0 K. 8i.ac.ic,
AI.KXANDKII I.OIHIK, NO. ?.
tfjaHMk Indejnlent Unlet of CMd-Kel-fjWt
lows. out'U every Hiursilay nlKlit
'IH at lulr-inut seven, In their hall n
Conmu rdul avenue, between nlxth ami .Sen-nth
tleetS. .totlM Jl. UOIHMAM, N. II,
fiAIUO KNCAMI'MENT, l.O. O. I'., Inlets
Jlu OillKflliiWrt' Kali nn (lie flrM uml Ihlnl
I niinlnj lii every month, at tialr-pasi
I K, u. 1
(iAlllO I.OIHIK. NO.in.A.K. A A. M.
-ffy& Hold regular roiniiiiinlralluni in Mil
conic Hall, rorntr Commercial amine
' 'nnd Klxlitli strut, on the second mid
"mirth Monday of inch inonUi.
ncllrlon-PIIJIR5IKRnl l.til Her
Clin I'rnlt Jnrw,
nt 75 cents per dozen ; nil the latest styles
In jelly glass,. Sealing wax In large ami
Maall quantities, nt Dan'l Hart man V,
corner .Sixth street.
PILSKNKK nt Louis llcrbcil'..
The ro-purthcr.lilp heretofore exMliitf
under the name ami stylo ol "Ohm. M.
llowc Ac Co.,'' I Hit day dissolved.
ClIAH. M. HoWK,
H. K. ItCMIII.K,
T, V. Wk.nsii.,
Natc hez, MIc.
Cairo, .f uly nt, lf7".
Having purchased the Interest ol S. K.
Humble ami T. V. Wcnflel In the late firm
of Clin. M. Howe A Co., the business of
said Arm will hcrcsllcr he conducted under
the nam ami itylo or "C. M. Howe A
llro.," wao wilt assume all lh liabilities ot
the late tlnn. Chas. M. Howk,
7.1-flt. Fka.sk Howk.
tSTKlTXISOKHa vMt delicioui lev
erage at JaeekeV.
Umiln C ingress Spring water in bot
tle, kept on Ice ami mIO lor 10 cents per
iat, 20 cents per bottle, and 92 per dozen,
at the following places" : l'hll. Saup's Con
fectlonery ; McCiaulcy's and S chub's Drug,
stores, and Louis Herbert's Restaurant.
The Saratoga Congress Spring Water l
put up ad fold In bottle- only, to Insure itn
original itrongtb.and tncdlcinal propettles.
I.oiila HerjM-rt hu PIUK.MIK.
Arlington Ice: Cream Saloon, T. H. Ki
ll, proprietor, at tin; Arlington House,
on Commercial avenue, between
Sixth and Seventh, is now open.
The most delicious Ice Cream always on
liand. Families supplied with any quan
tity, and at reasonable price. G-18-tf.
rBlg reduction In prices ol Feather
Dusters, at Schuh'a drug More.
A cottage on Thirteenth street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
C-13-tf. Apply to Dis. Sjhtu.
do and Res !ler.
landlord! ol hotel and boarding bou-cs
Will flndlt to their advantage to caU uikiii
Mrs. Coleman, Laundress, No 12 Fourth
street, betwetn Washington and Commer
cial avenue. Hotel and boardlng-hou-e
washing, 73 centa per dozen. Fot piecework
price are an follow : Single shirt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen 60c; socks fc; two col
Ian, Be; two handkerchief", 5c; vest 20c;
and all gentlemen's wear, Wc. per
dozen. Ladles dresses, 2 to Wc;
skirt 10 to 20c; drawen 10 to lac; two
pair hose be; two collars b to 10c. For la
dles' plain clothes il 00 per dozen; tor la
dles tine clothes, $1 2-'i per dozen; done
dromptly, and promptlv delivered, l'a
Ua In I.ohU Herbfrl'it for I'lI.Si:-
The entire outfit ot the (Jrand Central
Hotel, with a five years' lease, and on reas
onable terms. For particulars, apply to
77-O-itJ-tf. V.M. WaVTZaX.
l'beair Thun Ever Known Before,
Mason's Self-Sealing Fruit .larsnt $1 M
per dozen. Kxtru rubber for Maton's
Fruit .Inrs, at Daniel Hartman's, comer
Sixth street C-i-tf
A LauGK assortntcnt of Alpaca Coats
from $1 50 to $2 50, at IlartinanV, cor
ner Sixth nnd Commercial nventtc.
Kotlre of Removal.
The well-known barber shop, comer
Eighth and Commercial, presided ovsr by
he popular artist, George 'Stclnhouse, has
removed ono door north on Commercial, In
.ho Grand Central Hotel. The new shop Is
large and commodious, and those wishing
for anything artistic In tho way of fashion
able hair cutting, smooth shaves, etc.. will
Jo well to call at the Grand Central li.irber
For Male or Rent.
Tho house nnd lot on the comer ot
Kljjhth and Walnut streets. For particu
lars npply to Mu. Cl'mmixqh.
tSTX Hag stock envelope nt the Hoi.
lbtin olllce, $3 25 per M.
The celebrated Sehliti MIL WA U
KBE BEER at JaecUVt.
Go to Hartman's fur Mmc A'avy Flan
uel Coats worth $0 selling for $2 50.
BY 0UB FBIEMD AT THE CORHEB.
llntN, Ciipn, ClothlHKi Ac.
1. Wnlder, at the corner of Ohio Levee
nnd Sixth street, known to onte as '.'our
friend nt tho corner," has
dlaughtered" high prices In Hats, Caps
and Clothing. No is selling nt great bar
gains, a fact that makes some dealers teel
as If thoy were shot or ktruck by light
nlng. Call on him, and price his goods
for which he docs not qwe n nlcklc.
We will take, at the Bt. Charles Hotel
during the simmer months, M day bo ardors
at V'i per month, and 60 boarders with cool
pleasant rooms on the upper floor, at 30
per month. At this extromcly low rate
none but promptly paying boarders will be
accepted. jkwbtt Wilcox Co. ,
aXX Woodstock envelopes nt tho
' . - al fin n'n. . .
flULUETlN OUIWj i vw I'vi ,
TL'KSIMY, JULV 13, 1875,
-i . - i
Loral Weather Report.
Cahio, III., July u, 1st:,.
'KU I Wxatiikii
2 p ni.
K.iltifull riir.siiniluy IiiiIifi) Monday o.tl
THOMAS JONKS, Scrgt. S. H., U. S. A.
ludgc Ilross coinincnccd a law KCftton
of the Alexander county court yesterdey
llaltlday llrothcn) have purchased the
Mnall elevator lately controlled by C. O.
I'nticr, nnd will convert in Into n cooler
The Mississippi Central niilroad pay
cir was here yesterday, and made the
icarts of their employes vlacl hy paying
them two months' wa'e.
Tliu Delta City Cornet Hand will en
liven thu ieople a;aln thin evening with
another of their excellent ocn nlr con
certs at market Hpinrc.
ltst Thursday cveninir, on Kighlli
trcet, between Huder's store and circus
Kroiinils, a lady's : small aincthy-t brc'it
pin. The Under will In- rewarded by
aviii.' at Hi'm.ktin olllce. 7-KI-tf.
One mouth from to-day, on the tbli-
teenthot August, Kill King, the negro
murilercr ot Charleston, Missouri, will
expiate Ids crime on tlie gallows for thu
murder of a negro named Sam (J raw.
Somewhere in Cairo, on yctcrday,
one hundred dollars in greenbacks, en
closed In an envelope. The Under will
be liberally rewarded by leavlngthe aino
at the Bct.LKTi.v olllce.
Mr. and Mr. Howe desire to return
their thanks to the Delta String Hand lor
the beautiful music they discoursed on
ast Thursday evening at the reldence
of Hev. Mr. Wallar.
There will lx: a regular meeting of the
F. O. T., this (Tueday) evening, .Inly
13, at S o.clock sharp. Thofc waiting fr
admUsion will pleae he on hand. .
C. Kami:, W. 1.
A negro man and his better half, named
iVbh Maliou, had a littlerow Sunday,
icar the corner of Tenth street and Com
mercial avenue. They pummelcd each
ither forsomejtlmc, and then kissed and
At n meetliiK .r U, htockholdern of
the Alexauder County Bank i.vt cven
lng,thc rcsignatlojrt of the President. Mr.
Canedy. nnd the Cashier, Mr. T. Lewis,
were read ylid accepted, and Mr. t.
Bros. wniiiiaiiImouly elected I're-i-
Another excursion party, we arc told.
has been made up and will take a trip to
Columbus next Kiturday on board the
tenner Idlewild. Quite a number of the
oung people of this city have signllled
their intention to go, nnd ti very pleasant
time U anticipated.
, boy named J. W. Taylor wa up lc-
fore Judge Hro.?s yesterday morning, in
the county court, for defacing property.
He was let oil with a line of live dollars,
which, we presume, was assessed against
him as a warning not to do so any more,
tho penalty for such n crime being very
Two negro boys aged about twelve
and fourteen, ellcctcd an entrance into
the warehouse of Parker & Cunningham,
near the elevator In tlio upper part of
town, .Sunday, by crawling through a
hole. They succeeded in securing u re
volver, belonging to Dyus Parker, which
win about nil. They were arrested and
the revolver returned.
I'lio store of Stratum & Bird, Ohio
Levee, wa broken Into on baturday
night by unknown parties. Tho thieves,
however, did not make a very prolllablo
raise, as the money drawers had been
cleaned of their contents by thu clerks
before retiring, and placed out of the
reach ot them. They seemed to want
money and nothing else, as nothing In
the shape of store goods was disturbed.
"Conslbteney, thou art a jewel." We
fail to sec where the quotation conies hi,
In tliis case. For mouths past, thu peo
pie of Cairo, or a majority of them, have
been dally heard walling over the scarcity
of money. But nevertheless, this did
not keep quite a number of these self
same growlers Irom putting into the
pocket ot Mr. O. O. Willard, tho Chicago
line art man, over one thousand dollars,
the amount taken in by him from the sale
The case brought against tho clerk of
tho steamer Belle Memphis, Mr. Oliver
Hewlt, under the civil rights bill, by
George Brlttou, a colored man In this
city, was brought up before United
States Commissioner Candee Saturday af
ternoon. Sir. Hewlt waived examina
tion, and gavu ball In the sum ot live
hundred dollars lor his nppearnnco nt the
next term of the United Stales District
Court for the Southern District of Illi
nois. Only AO CostlN.
Tho Xew City Directory will cost you
only TiO cents nt bobbins' Music , Bazar,
112 Commercial avenue. Kvery lainlly
should have one. 7-7-10t.
Haii. The. Wind. I
w.wi, 7fi Culm I
m.W.8 w Calm.
On Milmlny tllieinoon, tlircywlilti'iiictl,
employes of the Cairo ft Vlnrrime rail
road company, got Into n rumpus with n
couple of negroes near Thirty-fourth
.strceti The light) for awhile, Is mid to
have been very Interesting. Clubs, brick
bats nnd other Implements used hy war
riors of the strljMj engaged hi the row,
were brought Into play, and ucd with
out ceremony. One of thu white men
was struck on the head with
some sharp Instrument, cutting an ugly
gash In his ,calp, nnd spinning him
around everat times like a top. Olllecr
were sent for and part of the men arrest
ed. One of the party inadu his escape: by
hiking n skiff, furnished by n friend, nnd
rowing across the river. What the row
commenced about no one outside of those
Implicated in it can tell.
IVof. Alvord left yesterday for a visit
Mrs. William II. Morris I, sojourn
ing at Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
Mrs. Jewett Wilcox Is spending the
summer lit Mlddlelieuy, Vermont.
Mrs. Matt Fulton left Cairo yesterday
morning for Cincinnati, Ohio.
Mrs. .ludge Ilross Is vMting her sis
ter hi I'ckln, HtlnoN, who has been very
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Sallord are on
their way to California, where they will
remain lor n number of weeks.
Mrs. Al.SIoo and Miss BettiuKlllott
left Cairo yesterday for Hot Springs,
Arkansas, where they will teiuain several
Miss ICnto Webb, ol this city, and
Mis Anna Simons left yesterday morn
ing for the home of the latter young lady,
In Anna. Mis Webb will remain abcut
from Cairo for several weeks.
Miss Oattle Woodward left her home
In this city ye'terday morning for Hock
port, New Vork, where the w ill spend
several months with lriends and rela
tions. Mr. 1'. A. Taylor, County Supeiln
teudeut of School, nccompanled by Mls
Kmlllne Strntton, took n trip to several of
the school districts in the neighborhood
of Unity, on Friday last, on olllcial bti-l-
Mrs. Louis Jorgcnsen, accompanied
by her two children, left yesterday per
steamer Ste. Genevieve for Burlington,
Iowa, where she will siend the remain
der of the heated term witli her numer
ous friend and relations.
Justice Comings Is up to hi eyes In
bulnes. I.inegar and Gilbert poured
eloquence into hi cars yesterday in n
cise between Thcobold nnd Major.
The street laborers have been dis
charged. All of the streets have been
put Into a condition satisfactory to tin;
street committee; hut much work re
mains to bo done.
Information of lnterc-t to tax-payers
may lie found by a careful perusal of the
Citv Comntroller's report, published in
bllU I'VHI m. Ul uiv wit. vwmiv.ii hvhi
cr column. .
'1 he. State ttgiitcr boasts that green
com has appeared In timt market. We
have bad It here nearly three weeks, and
water melons are us ulentlful as lleas In a
The growing corn outside the Mis
sissippi levee Is in danger ot being
Hooded. The river Is rising rapidly, and
another foot will bring it over tbi hank
and Hood nil the corntlelds.
Kvcrybody says Mott Is a fraud, and
yet Mott Is one of the mo-t distinguished
medium? in America. There are those
who stick by Mott as some unreasoning
people ot Cairo stick by Mr. llollls.
The Gazette denounces Mott as an
"unhesitating cheat and u bungling swin
dler," and Mrs. S. J. Si. says that '-his
bc.it friends are disgusted with him, for
helm4, n.uredly, proven himself a fraud,
a fool and a coward."'
The Beautiful Iiain hn been very in
dustrious In Cairo for several days past.
A llood of It ha- fallen. Yesterday morn
ing the clouds cleared nwny. the .un
came out nnd n drying up process com
menced upon the streets.
The horrible cotton wood shade trees
that do not adorn our streets, have the
same elTect upon a friend of ours as n red
llauucl lias upon a bull. When he looks
at them, he paws the eartli with his
hoofs, bellows and shakes his head from
side to ?Ido ns It anxious to gore sonic-
John II. Uossmau, who has been oft
at the South somewhere is back again
lie went ns quietly and quickly as one of
Motl's atmnriliotis disattiiears lrom tho
hole in the cabinet. Ho was alter some
bad body that Sheriff Irvln believes
ought not to run nt large. At icat we
think he was.
The prevalence of cholera at Padu-
call does not alarm our people. '1 hey
are proot against a panic ; but at Anna,
where tho -people hayo been in mortal
terror of small-pox, the cry ot "Cholera
at Paducah" is making timid the brave
and alarming tho fearful. But is the
cholera at Paducah?
The Memphis Avalanche says that
"Dame Luna shines In that city lieyoud
the mid hour of the night before she goes
to rest. It entered Its llrst quarter yes
terday." Very nice, but a little mixed
Damn Luna also shines hi Cairo beyond
thu mid hour of the night before It goes
to rest, nnd she Is nlo In her tlrst quar
tcr here and It will continue so until she
It. was the locomotive "John II.
Obcrly" that ran oil' tho track on the
Narrow Gauge the other day. This is
the second time this locomotive has
played this trick, but It has received very
little Injury. In order to keep It on the
track, the namo will bo changed, or the
Mound City Journal will bo procured to
read It nut of tho Democratic party.
The Council proceedings occupy
much of our space this morning. The
Fathers are very long winded. They
can cover more space In a paper with less
business than any body of men we ever
saw. Thoy do It probably because prlnt-
iiihwiwuiuij. tin jt. mvi.
Innla en nn it till a nonn ll ii mnnn tsv
JMt IIOU V HIIJ SSIVIItWVt U till' WUIIMVIt MJ
thlfl. ami ilo not Uh It to bo tnken
ffilrcilifi tippii Him rtiigiiu i.h,ir, n n
whole, Wo tlmily tatc It a nu )mw
The Hnlghts of l'ylhlas ulll be ilnl
formed this Full and ohow their helmet?,
on the streets, They will ltali upon the
eyes of our people some day suddenly.
This organization has in Its membership
some of the most sofdlerly of otir citi
zen ; us for Instance, City Treasurer
Blake, Mr. Matt. Fulton, Grain Inspec
tor Halght, Judge F. Bro., Mr. J. II.
Gossinan.'.l'ol. II. Houpf, Major Charles
Slack, Capts. John Holmes nnd K. A
Burnett, Lieutenants Smith, Hnwkhn,
.Morgan, Blackwood, et nl,
We learn from the Adtertiw, pub
lished at Dnrant, Mississippi, that we
nave n jtoct among u. In the Issuo of
the Adcertlnr, !)th lnt., Is published n
poem, "From Shore to Shore," dated nt
Cairo, July 1, 1875, and written hy W.
W. Hoskhis. We thought, at llret, that
the printer had made a mistake, nnd that
our sprightly and poetical young friend,
Will Hawkins had fallen Into rhymes;
but wc found that the Bullktin olllce
owns the singer. The poem Is very mer
itorious Indeed. If we were not so des
perately short of nonpareil type wc
would reproduce It In our column.
A negro tnllltla company ts to be or
ganized hi Mound City, nnd It is under
stood the Cnptalnny will bo ollcred to
Capt. Potter, of the Journal. A better
selection could not be made. Publishing a
paper for those who demand abuse ot the
colored man, Capt. Totter supplies the
market; but ids natural disposition leads
lilui to colored ullltlatlon, and he will
no doubt feel honored, if the colored
men of Mound City will iermlt him to
command their military company. When
he becomes Captain, so that he may be
distinguished from the rank and tile of his
command, he will wear a blue ribbon in
the top button hole of his coat.
Jim Burke, the gallant express mes
senger on the Vnndalla route, who lately
successfully detended the company's
treasure against train robbers, is a cousin
of our iellow-towniii,ui, Patrick Burke,
nnd was lor a long time In his employ
in this city. Tho robbers attacked tho
train nt Long I 'oint, a water tank. Two
got on the locomotive, and ordered the
engineer to pull out. lie relnsedand was
shot dead. The robbers then detached
the express car from the train, and ran
out with it two mlle. They then at
tempted to enter the express car, but
Burke had barricaded the doors, and
bade them defiance. They shot into the
car many shots, but Burke kept them at
bay until assistance arrived and drove the
robbers oil. Bravo.
THE BAILR0AD ORDINANCE.
Orilliinuif, So. 101.
An OmnxANcn to regulate the con
struction and ue of railroad tracks
within the corporate limits of the city.
Be it ordained by the citv council of
the city or Cairo:
minx' poetess, is the
rattciiinted to earn oil" "Xotbl
! I. as . 7, "
- ty and I Are Out." without . 'uc-
t.y bave now iiounecd mioii Miss
"After the Ball," a poem which
!" ino-iiiatittc Monthly some
i . i. ,..,7. " ."'10 M'jmi.ir.
lloosler. The South Bend (lini.j
;'i7.:: tr."'-. . f
an uin sM-umt-u i
ULlk HIV lililll U!) .1 IllllllUllg,
rry Iicrselt, in a letter to the ut-
compictely ilenioll-.'ies the would-
fche says :
first four verses I wrote oil unite
as a little picture. These verses
nn Irleml, nu eminent literary
dug if lie thought them worth
He returned answer at once
liked llicin exceedingly, but sug-
lat t should ntui more verses.
tlie picture Into u longer poem,
King ii vivid dream ot the fair
I have part ot this letter now
g to this elaboration. 1 linmedi-
light at the idea aiiu worked it
friend s letter of coiiL'ratulatlon
pmpletlon contains also some spe-
'cuccs. .vim aiioiuer eiinou.- iaec
d with till; poem is that Mr.
Sumner, Charles Sumucias
who introduced tho poem
iii-eiipt to the editors ol
tntic, wrote to me after its aceept-
u. ai .nr. i.ongiciiow a sugges-
had ventured to alter one word.
,k word makes another of the eu-
omplete links in the chain of
tion. They are. so to sneak, tlie
irks of the poem. I will show
Sumner s letter, and also that to
have previously referred ns sui:-
thu dream, when I come down
'eiry's friends will coneratulate
rii her success in retnlulmr her
Ittle poem safe from tho greedy
Mill HUOMUl unci.
The lloatl to Health.
(jo thu stomach, bowels and blood
nho acrid, corrupt and ollensivo
unions which prouue. fuiictlonnl
nicnt, and you remove the caii'o
diseases which nmiet the human
uid thus save largo doctor' hill.
Mellecttial and reliable remedy
DUrpose is found III Dr. Pierce's
Bj Purgative Pellets. Xo cheap
paper uoxes, nut Kept Ircsh and
livers, those Indulging in case
sure, anil moo of scdentarv
can prevent Bolls, Carbuncles,
led Skin, Eruptions, Pimples,
itlon, Piles, Drowsiness. Blll-
jfand other conditions Induced
habits, by taking trom four to
ft Pierce's Purgative Pellets onco
or, Deuel' sun. one or two each
I'hcy are sold by dealers hi med-
Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
e and all kinds of fresh
ruit and Vogetablos.
Street, Carro, 111.
f r lor .Stftimliontu inomplly lllliil nt
i!iluy or nlKht. i-u.ti
p i a ti
gi-gnTTTssB ABO OO
n f niru
iY 14. 1875.
lough 8l Warren
j (Lato SIMMONS & CLOUtl
-AN 1 1-
-Wm. KlIKNCII A XI
Caiiio, li.i,., Monday Kvkmno, l
July 12, ISTo.
The lift few days have Ken exception
al for heavy and continued rain. Tlie
heaviest rains of tlie season have fallen,
Hooding tlie country, turning small riv
ulets Into rushing torrents, overflowing
cornllelds, nnd, hi nil probability, doing
incalculable damage in Southern lllinoi,
to one of the llnest crops of wheat ever
harvested. It Is predicted that a large
part ol the Hour for the coming year will
lie damaged by the wheat having sprout
ed liefore threshing, and becoming
musty and mouldy through tlie damp
A heavy rise is coming down the .Mis
sissippi, and Its tributaries are all swollen
by the heavy rains. Thu Ohio Is rising
and the highest water of the season Is an
ticipated. The market displays but little change
since our last Issue. FlotirIsovcrtocked,
heavy and dragging. Hay Is plenty nnd
very quiet nt $1020 for choice. Some
improvement Is noted in corn and not
enough of any kind of good, sound Xo.
2 comes In to supply the demand. Oats
are quiet, few in store, none coming in,
and small demand. Meal is quiet and
. easy with a dlltorcnce of l. cents on quo
tations between country and city meal.
Other branches of the market are noted
k9Our friends should bear In mind
that the prices here given are usually for
sales from Jlrst hands in round lots. In
Whig orders and for broken lots it is nce-
eary to cliargo no advance over tfioo
j are large
J Prices an
Heavy, dull, and unchanged. Stocks
e and the demand very small.
arc unchanged but weak and un
settled. We note sales ot
orders, $ I "ogfi 50; 200 barrels on or
ders, 1 r,DQja 75 ; 200 barrels, 5 l&O ; .VW
barrels City, $3 W7 00 ; 200 barrels
XXX Spring, $1 70.
Plenty and very quiet. Nothing doing
except in tilling orders for small lots.
Choice timothy is held nt $10(2,20 but
.-ells very slow. Sales were 1 car choice
timothy delivered, $20:; 1 car choice
mixed delivered, $19.
We note an Improvement in the com
market, with only a limited supply in
store. Receipts fall below tho wants of
tho market. All sound corn that comes
in llnds ready sale. Soft and rejected is
bard to place nnd is not wanted. Sale
were 1 car rejected white mixed in bulk
on track 71c; 2 cars No. 2 white mixed In
bulk on track 70c , 3 cars mixed In sacks
delivered 70c ; 1 car white In sacks deliv
ered 81u; Gears white hi bulk on track
70c: 1 cars white mixed sold on orders tit
Tlie supply olterlng is very small, and
receipts are almost nothing, but the de
mand Is equally light. Prices rule steady
and unchanged. Wo note sales of 2 cars
mixed in sacks delivered C2o ; 1 car white
in sacks delivered ;C0e; 2 ears mixed in
sacks delivered 0102c.
The market Is quiet and easy.aud quo
tations are lower all round. Tho ileiiinml
Is very limited for everything but choice
ti 1 ..,tl.. .nlna tF 11VI litrrela
i Clly mem. iiv:ni;iur.iiv.ii'i w
country steam dried delivered, $3 50 ; 300
barrels city steam dried iieiivereu, .i u;
200 barreli country .team dried deliver
ed, $3 55 ; 100 barrels country steam
dried delivered, $3 (10.
Nothing doing outside a limited order
trade. Quotations to-day were $15 from
first handslii round lots niid$lC17 from
the city mills in small orders.
Keccipts ore not large but stocks are
.nu ilamaL'ed by the hot weather, and
only fresh receipts llud ready sale. Wo
note sales of 100 pounds choice Southern
Illinois 15c: COO pounds cliolco Northern
oil,, . 200 tiouuds choice Southern Illinois
15c : 200 pounds choice Southern Illinois
' . . . rt .1 lilt I ,
17c; 3 packages cnoice aouuicru iniiicm
18c; 7 tubs eholce 1720e.
IU-celpts have Iteen more plentiful
and the market Is easier. Tho stock on
hand Is inoro or less Injured by tlio ueat
nml retail tlcalert will take only fresh
receipts. I'rloes are weak to-day nt 12Jc
u iih a downward tendency. Sales were
for sAls J
AT AUCTION !
t AN ELIGIBLY SITUATED BRICK
And the two lots upon whloh It Is situated
t hai n ell IliiUliM llrlek
..I. ft . ..
ami pmiHiii ai roimnoilnl
'il, Mock l'.i, iiHin tilcl
.jw.il in mini Mine Will liei it ! i estlio tT-ili... ...
HelyorartlcU, of...... use, am. lot ofl- .,1
Tnt'sKwrSstt Wh""'"y -W--t hMM .Una..
Cairo, Juue 3V, Is.,, KI.VAl.DU HIANCKI.
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
The Original Cheap Store
142 Commercial Ave.
SELLING 0PF AT COST!
The Entire Stock of Ladies' and Qerjt'sFurnishing Goods, Em
broideries and Parasols, will sfeSbld at Cost. Must be sold
within the next sixty daytr iVow is the time to obtain bargains.
This is no Advertising Dodge. Bring your money and get
') dozen nt VJlQlUe ; 200 dozen 12le ;
KKI dozen 121c; 100 dozen 121.:.
There Is a steady demand for both
young nnd old that absorbs all receipts.
Prices are steady and unchanged. We
note sales of 7 coop old liens $11 75 ;
10 dozen young $2(2 25 : 2 coops young
$2 .10; 2 coops young $2 00; I coops
old hens$:i 00; 8 dozens voiiug chfcArns
Choice Ire.-h berries Hud an active mar
ket. Keccipts are nil taken at fair prices.
e note sales ol 2.) crates black ra-q-borrie.
$ 10 crates I.awton blackber
ries, ?5; 15 boxes lemons, SS 00; 10
crates red raspberries, $4 505 00
crates black raspberries, $1 50 ; 10 erate
Wlscon-Iu strawberries according to con
dition, $:i(JT0 ; 15 third bushel boxes, np
The market rules steady nnd linn on
hams and dear sides. We note sales of
3000 pounds plain hams, 12c; 1000 pounds
FhoulderSj'.Oc; 1000 pounds clear sides
Corrected Daily by K. M Stcnms, commission
nicrt'luiit, uventary of tliu Cairo liounl ol
Klour, according to RnuUT.
Corn, mixed, Nickel
Com, Mrhlu.', tMicktil
i toar oo
llrun, i.T ton
Mull, eUuni Mrlcil
liulUT, cnoice ortiHTii
Y.P ft, icr ilozru...........
Cliickeim, lx:r 'loicn....
Turkeys, nvrilotcn ,
l'otatoc'a, jT barrtl
Onl'jns, iper bum)
ClierrU'H ir cnite
Stniu livrrits iier crate .
i i so
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
" Arkansas Uelle, Kvansvlllc.
II. S. Turner, Cincinnati.
Ste. Genevieve, VIcksburg.
City of Helena, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, Mempliis.
" .Tiio. D. Parker, Memphis.
Tow-boat Clias. Brown, Louisville.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
" Arkansas IKilc, KvunsvlUc.
" Kddyvlllc, Nashville.
" II. S. Turner, Cincinnati.
' Ste. Gcncieve, St. Louis.
Julia, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" City of Helena, VIcksburg.
" James I). Parker, Cincinnati.
Tow-boat Alps, St. Louis.
Charles Drown, Louisville.
,hu Paducah ; City of Chester,
John A. Seudder, St. Louis; Mlnncola,
iuvi:ii and wi:atiiku.
The river was 3 1 feet 2 2-5 Inches on
the gauge ln turning, having ri"cu
l-i Inches during the previous -Jo nours.
The Cumberland river roo 5 teet 10
nehesat Xashvillu yesterday, andn rapid
rise Is reported at Paducah. The Ohio
is rising from Louisville out, but
Is stationary nt. (iutinuatt and falling
at Pittsburg. At St. Louis yesterday
vcnlug the river had come to a stnnd
at 2S feet 11 Inches oil the gauge, the
hlghet point reached since 1SC2, Thu
heavy rains of thu past few days were
pretty general and we must look for more
Tlie broad cornllelds In the bottoms
Just back of this city will be almost en
tirely ruined by tlio present overuow.
Tho com Is heavy and tall,
and has an xcellent, healthy color.
The planters'were looking forward to a
large yield, but uow they see notlihir
but loss. A rise of twclvo Inches umru
will Inundate the whole bottom along no
the highest bitter, on
Mississippi, from tlie point to the upper
end of the city.
Wah Dkimhtmkxt, ltivEx liiiour, I
. -lulyli, K7i. 1
fcTATlONS. LOW WATEIt. CHANOW.
rr. tit n ih.
Cairo 31 -i T
I'ltlfliurj,' a 17
Clnciniiutl 14 It o n
Ijiuisvllle ,i x :i
N'nilirllli' II xn 1
t. lAtula .... V8 11 O 0
Try those Flora del Fumar Cigar, No.
lid Uoiiunc.'cial avenue.
CoWr-KltTIIWAIT & 1'ItILLtf.S.
1,000 yards grenadines in nil color-,
worth 00 cents n nrd, which I will sell
for 10 cents n yard. I), Hahtmax.
ON WITH THE DANCE.
Tlie Delta City String Hand will give a
grand ball and dance at Schcel's Hall on
Tuesday evening, July 13th. They are
determined to make It "The Dance of the
Season," and will spare no pains to make
it enjoyable to all. The price of admin
tion has been placed nt the low price of
50 cents. 7-10-.'lt.
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS ot
nil llt'juviftlall' "'" COIIIlHuiu Uy.
Eortmcnt over brought to Cairo at cost
for tlie next ten days. Drawers, Under
skirts, white nnd colored Shirts, Half
llo-c in pric e I defy competition.
At the LMct Prlrra.
Comn,CMkcU and Metallic Cases, in
Wilcox's block, at tho lowest price.
of Kino Cut and Smoking Tobacco at
C'OWPERTHWAIT A 1'UlM.irs',
III.Sil.r.K nlLonln llcrborC.
Hftft Bull of Kvery Desvrlpllnii
PHIL II. SAUP'S.
A large assortment of ladles' suits,
latest style, which I will sell cheap.
t D. IfAllTMi.V;
A full line of Pipes and Smoking Articles
at COUTBKTUWAIT & ritlT.LII S.
At the Dullistin bindery IS numbers,
bound in two volumes, full gilt mor
rocco; cost $44 ; for sale at $-10.
figfXX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes at the Bui.lkti.n olllce, prlnU.il,
$3 50 nnd $4 00 per M.
I.lnen nnd Nlrnw Hat.
Largo assortment of boys' and
incus' linen and straw hats nt one-half
thu original cost. Now is Uin m' u
buy liawohi t inrtiiian's, corner Sixth
and Commercial avenue.
6-Tho llnest nrtlcle of Salad Oil at
Thrco largo and very desirable family
room', twilling oil the Ohio, at" tlie t.
Charles Hotel, can bo bad, with board, at
very reasonable rates during the. Summer
months. AtmudHiicuof pure air and per
fctt ventilation. 7-10-tf.
.Hew 'lnr Htorr.
Iuii3rtud and domestic Clears, wbolejuh
and retail, next door to Taber llro.
Atlenlluii, alMite BNlliNta.
Dalls and hats at cost tho largest n
sortment ever brought to Cairo, which I
will sell for the next thirty days nt cost.
ti&-Drlleiotiii VULMHAVUER at Jutel-
IInM nsMl Flaw era.
200 ..ulies' Hats, latent stylt, all
ready trlinined; also a large asiortnrnt of
Arthlelal Flowers for trimming huts,
w hich 1 will sell at oue-hall tM.
York nml nro desirable pKem M
styles. . D.IJrlN.