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IRO BULLETIN.
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MCAL WEATHER REPOBT.
I. StO. 8 BR., OlMHVXR'S OFNCK.
.Cairo, March 0, 1873, 10:11 p.m.
NMIMM.-37 decreet.
M degree.
outb, velocity 17 miles per
Mfcer, cloudy.
tun temperature last 24 hour, at
r, 01 degrees.
um temperature, last SI hour, nt
itiH degrees.
alltsfr, wind last 21 hour?, south.
1 Bamber of mllot wind travelled, last
249.
David W. Harnett, Obsvrvor.
? J. Bunrcr has taken his departure for
jYork, where he will solect his new
of spring Koods.
S election In raducalt for mayor and
H municipal officers went Dcmocmtlc,
iigli tbe colored troops fought nobly.
Ii .TAll1 l'nttnr Of tllla fUv tins linnn
d to St. Louis by tbo serious lllncm of
jviic, who nns occn on n vwt to that
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1873
ti
it mayor and city clerk wcro buy all
yesterday sclcctlns persons to net as
Ma nml r ArL-l it II. nnn,.l.l..
U"W --... (.., .J U.lilllJ IUIIII1-
1 election.
H :
r.n. Carter, formerly proprietor ot the
If .. . ... .1.1- ...... . - . I I
j i.wit-u ill nun Cll, in-U'l mruugii
) yesterday with liN wife, on their way
'prlngdeld.
i .
he dlflcrctit flro companies the Caln-
,cty and Turner will all turn out nt half
1 twelvo o'clock to-day, to nttend tho
Sral ot AVIlllam Shlck.
obaco sales will take place to-day at tho
nl hour at Strauhn it Ulnkle's tobacco
chouo. A larzo lot offlnc tobacco l on
brakes and a lively time Is anticipated.
(MO is the reward offered for the recovery
no bony or Mr. Wilson. One of tho Hi
asnppea dowu ystcrday morning, mak.
urn sum tmrty instead of three hundred,
on Sale. My cntlro stock of crroccrii.
& dies, harness and (arming Implements, at
Iuicsaio or rciail. p. AHTEB.
J-8-lm.
L'iir Bullktin of yesterday morning In-
mca me uairo publle that tho Injunction
dnst the Cairo ond Vlncennes railroad
a laid beforo Jud,'e Brom, when It should
,-o said Judge Baker.
iVe are glad to Inform our readers that tho
w bllllncorp iratlng the Cairo and Tcrnics
I River railroad has passed both houses of
t Kentucky legislature and will receive
signature of thegovcrnor without doubt
Jriie Illinois Central Hill road company ro
te 10 sen scconu-ciaM tickets at this place"
8b Liouts or Chicago to any except no-
es. Here Is a 'discrimination In freights''
ircely Juit to the untortunatc mau or
imau who is poor and white at tho same
no.
Mr Fred. Kose, merchant tailor, desires
Inform the public that he his received a
l and complete stock ol ca9lmorca. Prnn. ii
.U English cloths coatlius, vesting, etc.,
r spring an t summer wear. Good tits and
., worK guaranteed. Shop, So. liM Com-
crclal Avenue. 2-28-1 w
'The order or the court In answer to the
Itltlon of tho cltlrem of Cairo prayliig to
(strain tho .Cairo and Vlncennes Railroad
mpany Irom leaving cars standing oil the
UUk Oil ('omuieri'lill naimn nt,. it-Ill ..
1th cncral approbation. The street will
wbo open or all tho purposes ol general
vci. anu win do otistiucted but Utile more
(an before the track was laid down II the
es were now placed on a level with the ur-
ice of the street, tho umlghtly appearance
tlie track would be removed, and we be
3 e our people undthe Culro nud Vincen
ts road could dwell together In peace.
An ambitious young colored man ot East
Louh, employed as teainiterVor.Mr. Chas.
,oward of that place, drove his team, cou
pling of a lino span ol grays uud u good
,'agon, on the steamer Colorado, Intending
3 go to Friar's Point Tne owner of the
ray dleovered where they were before the
inhltious younjj mm had reached his dotl
Htion A telegram Irom Mr Howard to
f hlef Myers of this place, sent tho latter gen
leraan InquistoUhc grays and their would
ic owner. Taklug the train. Mem lieu.lncl
lie Colorado off at Memphis, and secured
lom iue uorses anu the ambitious young
nan. The grays weieeent to Uielr owner
It St. IxtuU, and Clnrlcs Was.iington Suun
lers will muto tid more ambitious projects
for some years to come.
I.
FOIl BENT.
Tho brick store, (23x100)111 Commercial
nvcmic. Apply to Dr. Wardncr. il-O-lm
KKW GOODS.
Mr. Ji Burger, who Ii never behind the
times. Is now In Now York (electing a new
stork or goods. This will be one ol the tar
gest, 'dnest and cheapest assortments brought
to Culro this season.
LAST CALL.
'Dcstralnt will positively lio made upon
Personal property lor tho taxes' duo upou
both roal unci personal estate nftrr March
in. Thl means business,
dtd Alex. 11. InviN, Collector.
WANTED.
Tivcnly-dve coopers to work on flour nud
salt barrels. Good wages and steady Vtorlc
the year round. Apply immediately to
A. J. DouniiKUTY,
Proprietor St ivo and Barrel Factory,
S-C-Gt Mound City. Illinois.
DANCING.
The next and last term of C. Hardy's dan
cii g class for giutlcinen will commence on
next .Monday. March Kth.at 80'cloikp. in.,
at Philharmonic hall. All those wishing to
attend must be on hatid 011 s'jIiI evening
promptly. 3 l-5td
WANTED.
Boarding bosses, men and teams wanted
on tho MMsMppI Central railroad. Apply
on tho work, seven miles northeast of Co
lumbus, Ketucky, and nt Dresden, Tennes
see. Siikiun & Loler, Contractors.
3-1 2w
$50 ItEWAKD.
I will give fifty tlollars reward for any In
formation that will lead to the detection and
conviction ol tho person or persons who
bayoneted my heller. Tho bayoneting was
dono last Saturday evening or night.
3-1-dlw Gko. Yocuji.
FOIt BEN r.
Fourllsht. alrv and cummn.llniu hticinxn
Kfllccs. Enquire at P. Cuhl's new building,
No. 80 Ohio Uvce. 2-2Stt
FOU SALE.
I offer for sale my entire livery stable
hores, buggies and harness cheap lorcabh,
Kale will be closed by the 20th Inst.
WStr. MILE8 W. PAIlKKlt.
FOB SALE.
Jiift received and for sale by Stratton &
Ulrd. So Milt, of onions, 150 bbU. ol sc(d po
vavocs; r,any iwse, uoodrleh. Pink-eye
jariy uusset and uuckcyo,
NOTICE.
The members of the Turner society are
it.4ULiru 10 uieei ai jonn Jioclilcr's gun
uop to-uay n luir-past twelve o'clock sharji
to attend the funeral ol Wm Shlck.
wanted!
Board in a private family for man and wile
and two children. Enquire at Bulletin
office, or address S. O. care ol Bulletin
office, 3-7-tf
ATTENTION, HOUGHS.
You are hereby Instructed to appear at
your englnc-houso to-day, the 7th Inst., at
12 o'clock sharp, In lull uuirorm, to attend
tho funeral of WlllUta Shlck.
11 ax 11 v Scnpir, Secretary.
JfOTICE.
The members of the Cairo Casino aro re
quested to meet at their hull at 12) o'clock
1 hari. to-day, to attend the funeral of their
I late brother, Wm. ftliltk.
H V, Belznek, Seo'y.
I ATTENTION. HIUEUNIANS
, You are hereby notified to meet at the en-
Ktue-house this day at 12 o'clock, in full uni
form, to attend tho funeral ot Wm. Shlck,
late member of tbe Arab Fife company.
By order of the company.
M. J. HowLtY, Seey.
ATTENTION, AHAUS I
You. are hereby requested to meet at .t'e
engiot'-boiue at 12J o'clock precise, dressed
In uniform, to attend tbo funeral of our lute
brother. Wlilian Shlck. The can will leave
CHAM II Kit OF COMMEItCE.
Pctsous desirous of becoming members of
the Chamber of Commerce, can leave their
application with G. D. Williamson, presi
dent. A general compliance with tho above
Is particularly rcqumted. An adjourned
meeting Is "to be held ot the office of G. D.
Williamson, Monday, 10 a. in., March 10, en
suing, when action on membership will bo
taken. J. B. UuU'llltKY's,i'cc'y.
Cairo, March "1 1S73. 3-7-3t
HOTEL ABBIVALS.
ST. CHARLES.
II Cumuilngs, J L Anderson, Cincinnati;
J II Qtttcy. Bioomlngton, Ills; II Calling,
Chicago; U D Miller, St Louis; C J Van Pelt,
10 It B: J Lal.inircttc, Bushncll; II G Leon
ard, Chicago; .las bhllcpcr, J Uamerslcy, M
Y; John Cnln. Ky; S O Lowis, FBorcn, Villa
Ridge; A J Lyttlc, Mayfkld, Ky; M TLcc,
Ky; S H Eraser, Iowa; S B Clemens, Ky;F
B Coleman, Ky; Jas.MllIs, St Louis,
Till COUKTS.
U. 8. DISTRICT COURT.
The United States district court conclud
ed its labors yesterday oveulng and ad
journed to meet In October.
in iue case or tne united states vs. William
and Itobcrt Dempscy, forreslstlm; tbe United
States deputy marshal, the Jury could not
agrco aud were discharged. Eight wcro for
conviction aud lour for acquittal.
In tho case or the Unltud States vs. Louis
Kagsby, the jury returned a verdict or guilty.
Judgo Allen, nttorney for Bagsby, appealed
to tho court, asking that tho sentence, be
mailo as light as p isslble. Judgo Treat re
marked that inasmuch as there was no pat
tieular malice proven, ho should give tbe de
fendant tho benedt of the lowest penalty,
which was thirty days lu tho county Jail.
Mr 3.igby Is a citizen of Pulaski countyi
aud will In all probability serve his time in
tho Pulaski -ountyjatl.
ALEXANDER COUNTV COURT.
This -eo-jn, y.stcrday mornlmr. finished
tho tedious work of examining and allowins
claims and bills against the county.
'the application and bond of John Plicate
of Waboo, opposite Cape Girardeau, was
examined and approved and n license to re-
tall liquors was grunted him.
Tho court yesterday reduced the liquor
license from fiOQ to 9100.
Jc.-sf Jiiuksou tiled 11 suplemcntal report as
road supervisor or road district No. i), which
was approved.
TOLICE COURT.
Juduo Bross presiding.
Business In this court yesterday was dull,
but three cases comiug up. Charly Muck,
Charly Wiugate uud John Black, a trio of
rambling bummers, were arrested ai.d Intro
duced to His Honor. 01 course It was for
ge ting drunk. The result of their spree was
an ussissmeut ol 91 a 1 each. Tjoy hae
concluded to servo tbo city and tuke exer
cise lu the cluiu-guu for seven days.
TI1E 0A1UO AND VLNCENNES
KAIJjKOAD.
THE PEOPLE VS. THE KAILROAD.
TI1K PEOPLE VICTORIOUS NO
CABS ON CO.YlMEUUlAL AVE
NUE UEKKAFTKU.
w vi " ""iri I iour orators runner represent mat
T. J. Kxhtb, Secy, J itid city wu lnoorport4 upder kit tot
The following is tho bill prosontoJ to
Judgo Baker day beforo yesterday at
cbambors, D. T. Llnogar tor tho people,
and Gon. Itaum for the railroad, ihe
bill is self-explanatory:
State of Illinois, Aloxandor county is.
In Ui(5 circuit court, April term A. D.
1873. To tbo Honorable David J. Ua'.er
Judi:o of tbu 10th ludiclul circuit, and
ul judgo of tho Aluxunder circuit court
in cuaneery sitting, humbly cuiuplalnlng
your orators. Tbo pooplo of the statu of
Illinois, would respuctl'ullv reoreient unto
your honor that the city of Cairo, In tbo
county of Alexder and statu of Illinois, is
a reguiariy lata out ana piauod city, un
der tbo laws of this slate, Into lots, blocks,
streets, avenues and allovs; that tbe
lots and blocks aro numbered, and the
stroots, avenues, and alloys are numbered
and named. That said city waro laid
out und nUtted by tbo trustees of tho
Cairo City Properly company tho ownors
in fee of tho lands upon which said city of
Cairo Is located mine year lB03,nd duly
recorded in tho recorder's office of said
county of Alexander. That since tho lav
ing out of said city of Cairo, the follow
ing additions uavo Deem msae 10 laid city
by said trusteos to-wlt. The first, second,
third, fourth and fifth additions, hnve
been duly rocorded in the recorder's office
of said Alexander county, a copy of
which rocorded plat and auditions tnore
to i tiled herewith.
Your orators would further represent
that Commercial avon'uo In said city it one
of the icgularly laid out and platted
streets of said city, and that laid Commer
cial nvenuo commences at a point In said
city near Plrst street and rum parallel
with Levee strel and the Ohio river to a
pilot at or near Forty-second street j that
iali Commercial avenue is one hundred
fret wid i, all of which will more fully p
per bv reference to exhibit "A,"
1 our orators runner represent that
. t ... 2 . . . . . .
01 tno icgisiaturo or mil sttto, entitled '-an
act to reduce the charter of the city of
vmru anu tn aevorai acts amondator
thereof into ono. and rovlse tho tame.1
Approved Fobruary 18, 18(17, and tho
suvo'el nets nmondatory thereof, which
BCiS nro all duclnrid tn in nulilln M nml
to bo taken judicial notice of by tho honor
able court. That tindor said chartor, and
amendments thereto, tho city council of
tno city 01 Cairo passed tho following or
Bo It ordained by the City Council of the
Section 1. That tho right ol way over
and along Commercial avenue and 8t.
Charles street, and across Levee street, in
said city, shall be, and hereby Is, granted to
tbo Cairo and Vlncennes Kallrosifconipaiiy ;
and that tho said railroad company shall havo
the right und privilege to lay down and ope
rate u tlnglo or double line of rails (and 110
more) over and along said Cotnuiureial ave
nue mm 01, aminos street. Olid ueros Leveo
ttrcct, to any point at which the depot of
sum coniiiiiiv may no located ami esian
Ii bed; 1'rotfdcd, however, that such rights
mid rnvlleges shall bo, nml heruby are,
grantedoidy upon the condition und under
standing tint, whero said uveuiies uud
trecls are not already filled to gr.'dc, ostali
llshed by Mid city for Its streets and ave
nues, the rails or said roadstmll bo laid upon
an einuaiikincul to be of a height to corres
pond with said grade, aud that IT, at any
lime, said grade should bo altered, tlio
height or said embankment sb ill bu altered
by said company to correxiiond therewith;
that easy approaches to said embankment
uud crossing over It, shall be
toiiMrue.cd by said company at every
cross street Intersected by said embank
ment ; thai the tracks und rails of said road
In said avenuo und streets shall be so ar
ranged and 1 roteeied by said company, by
plaiik, stuuo or other solid material', as 10 nt
lord 11 ale and easy tmsugu forteumsnnd
vi'hli'li'K iivi'r tlieiu, wheruersald tracks are
aeees.ible aud can bo so eroded; that rails
shall bo laid us near the 1 enter ol tliu utcuuo
or streets us practicable, aud II a double lino
or rails Is laid down that tbo tracks shall bo
laid ns close together us the brsliiess of tho
road will penult; uud that such regulations
may bo Imposed (and enforced by ujiproprl
ute pcniltles) by the elty council ol said city
upon suid railroad company ind others, us to
the uo ol said truck in said mentiu and
streets, as will restrict tho ppecil of cars
thereon to a safe und rca-ouablo rate, will
nrovent the storairo of cars unci maintenance
ol other permanent obtiuctions upon said
iracKH, uiiu win gererauy protect tne public
in tho safe-uiid comenlent uso ot said live-
liuu and stieets, such regt.lutloli, hoMcver,
not to bu Mich as would bu Inconsistent with
tlio rights herelnbcloru grunted to said rail
road company.
Approved, April 10, 1S09.
Aud your orators would further
represent that sluco tho passnga of
tho afurosuid ordlnuuco by tho
slid city of Cairo, tho said Cairo
and Vincennes Knilroad company,
a body curporulo and politic under tho
laws 01 tne slate, on or about ttiu liutli day
of January 1873, constructed railroad
tracks, switchos and turnouts, upon said
Commercial avonue from Forty-second
sireut to lecond street, and that said mil
road tracks, etc., aro laid in plain and pal
pable violation of tbo ordinance uforosald,
in this that said track, switches and turn
outs from Twentieth street to Second
street, on Commercial avenuo nro con
structed by laying tho t'es upon tho natu
ral surfaco of said street an 1 placing tho
rans tuoreon, urmging tno top 01 raid
tracks and switches to 11 n elevation of
about one foot above tho surfaco grade of
Commercial avenuo between said Twen
tieth and Second streets and so in errupts
tho proper and public uso of said streot
that it cannot bo crossed wilh tennis ut
any point between Twentieth and Second
streets, except ut tho intersections of the
cross streets wbero only a temporary
crossing is' placed not at all udequate to
the public uso, and that said strct is ren
dered very inconvenient and dangorous
for footmun und horseman by roason of
tbo manner of constructing said railroad
track as sot forth und that said railroad
is not using said tracks, in
accordancee with tho provisions of said
ordinance us a inoro right of tvoy to and
from their depot, and switches as contem
plated by tho city council of tbo city of
Culro in tbo passsago of said ordinance,
but on tho contrary, and in deliauco of tho
public right upon said ttroot, tho railroad
company buve taken possession ot said
street, uud aro using it as a phico for load
ing and unloading cars, and for making
up trains and switching cars and standing
cars Iboron after tliey havo been un
loaded; that long trains of cars aro left
landing upou said streot for days at u
tirau oeioro tney are moved, and us soon
us standlni; curs are moved and sent out
others are brought In, so that the street is
kept constantly crowded with curs, and
ttSpecluily is this so upon that put I of Com
mercial avunuu uuiweun f ourteenth und
Fourth streets, which embraces tho mmt
compactly built, thickly skilled nnd busi
ness portion ot suld sireut, und whoru tliu
Hid avenue is most needed uud used bv
tho public, nnd tliu officers uud ugetits of
said co'npany claim that they haven right
to so uio and occupy said street, and
threaten to continue 10 so uso it in thu fu
ture, in utter disregard of tho public
right theroon. 9
TU'itsincoinopussagooi tno ordinance
to-wit, on or about tho i7th of Felrunfy,
lt)7a, Hits city council 01 ualro passed tho
following ordinance amondatory of tbo
ordinance above referred to. which ordi
nance Is In substancn as follows, to-wit
Un it ordained bv tho citv council or tbo
cliy of Cairo:
Stcrio.N 1. That tho laylnir of tho i-uld
rails ol said railroad company upon ties of
or.ilnary tlilekues (say u luetics) to lie placed
upon tlio suriaco 01 tno ground as now ex
isting below Twentieth street, (except ut
street Intersections, whero thu tics shall bo
lowered us to reuuee iue level 01 uiu rails
there to tho tirade of the same between said
Intersections,) shall bu deemed aud consid
ered tiy this council ns it vlr.ual compliance
witli the condition of said ordinance, 0 fur
as the laying of tho rails of said company be
low Twentieth slice t Is concerned, pro fjed,
tuat plank ol u suilauio tuieuiiess nud not
less lliuu ten Indies wide ijliall lie laid and
.maintained on Ihe lies on thooutiddc ofeneh
track, and that tbu spaco between tlio rails
uud between tho tracks und extending at
least six leel neyonu 1110 rails towards tho
side wams sunn nu uueuup so as toiuily cover
up tliu tics, wiiu villa itiugu or similar lin
wuhcd gravel, said ties aud track to bo so
laid and maintained, aud said gravel to bo so
placed uud kepi as, In thu opinion or tho
committee 011 streets lor the Hum being,
will afford a safe aud easy crossing over salii
tracKs uuu permit 1110 use uy me public,
without uureusoiiablo Intcrriimiou. ot evurv
portion ol tho street on which said track or
tracks is or are laid.
Your orators would furthor represent
that at tbo timo of pasting tho ordinance
first aforesaid it was tho Intention of tho
Cairo and Vincenne Builroad company
to establish its depots and yards at u
point bolow tho platted part ol ssld city
of Cairo, and beyond tho terminus of Com
raorclul avenuo in tho southerly part of
aid city, and tbo right grunted by tlio
ordinance Hist uforeiuid was only thu
right of transit over and upon said street
to and from said dopots and yards; and
your orators 'further aver that alter tho
passago of theordlnmco Qrstaforesuld and
belore tho laying of tho tracks boforu
mentioned the said Cairo and Vincennes
Railroad company, abandoned the idea of
locating tuoir dopots and yards at tbo
point below the city as contemplated ut
tbo timo of tbo passago of the ordlnaco
aforeislJ, and laid off their depots and
yards, at a point abovo the platted portion
of laid city, and at a point between Twen
tieth and Twenty-second streets, on Com
mercial avenuo, to-wit: Upon block 16
In the first addition to tho city or Cairo;
and gave out that said, railroad would
come no further down said nvonue than
said Twentieth street; and caused depot
grounds to be laid out and material hauled
thereon upon laid block 1C. And your
orators charge that the acts and conduct
of the said Cairo and Vlncennes Railroad
company in laying down uld track la tbe
manner nforoieid,li in violation of both tho
aiorosaia urainuiicus, nnd not in conipu
nncu with tbo loner and spirit of eithur.
Aud your orators lunuor clinrgo that
tuo passsgo, ut tlio ord nunco last uioro
sa d, unit tho laying down of laid tracks,
upou suld Commercial avenue, below
Twentieth streut, Is a violation of soctlon
90, of article 6. of chapter 'JO, of tho
statute of thu statu ut Illinois, entitled
"Cities and Village," in this Hint there
was no petition 01 tlio owners 01 too muu
and Ibis, representing uioro than ono halt
of tho frontage 011 suid Commercial evu-
nuo, presented to or received uy ma sum
city council, beforo tbu patsugu of tbo or
dinance last uloresnid. Thai on tho 7th
day uf January, Iti'ii. tho inhabitants and
citizens of tliu oiiy ol Cairo, voted upon
thu question of, "lor und iigalnst city or
gnnizail. 11 under thu general law;" nnd 11
majority was largely 101 organization un
der thu general luws. And tbu law i.foro-
Kid ivtis lii lull forcu In suld city, buloro
thu pussiigo uf said ordinance, lu tlio lay
ing ol trmks 011 suld nvenuo below awuu
tieih street.
And your orators further represent ond
charge ilntl thu trucks, switches und turn
outs, und tlio slsiiding curs thereon, uuu
milking up of trains, and switching on
said nvoiiue, us ubovu set forth, uro do-
scribed us great liimlerniiccs, uunoyuticcs
nud nululices to thu usu and enjoyment uf
t'n suid avenuo by lliu people of tho slutn
of Illinois. And your orators furthur
oil urge that switching und making up ol
trains 111101 suid nveuuu is dangerous to
lliu, limb und propurty.Htid an Irrepitirahlo
injury lu the public right upon said sticct
l lieruls no sucli remedy at law us win
prolyl thu public right Hgnlnst thu
usurpations r.nd encroachments of said
Cairo and Vincuniies ruilroud upon said
Commercial nveniic.
Wherefore in consideration of the foro-
going, your orators would respectfully usk
llial lliu Ualro und vincennes iiniironu
company bu mado parly defendant to this
bin id complaint, und Hint tliey uu re
quired to muko full und complete unswvrs
thereto.
Tnnt n writ of injunction bo awarded
nguinst suld Cairo nnd Vincennes Knilroad
company, lis genis, employes and iittor
nnyr, prohibiting thorn from tho further
usu ol Commercial iivcniin fot tho loading
und unloading of curr; from standing cars
thereon, nnd Irom making up trains upon
said nvonue, and from using said tracks
in any wuy and for any otbor purpose
than for tho transit of carsund trains over
snid trucks to und from their depots nnd
grounds, und from switching cars or trains
on said nvenue, unJ from making any ue
of said track upon said avenuo Unit will
impair thu public right nnd the tio there
of, or in uny way hinder tbo public In
tbo proper enjoyment of said street or
nvenue; and that upon a full und final
hearinc of ssld complaint, Yotw Honor,
will order nnd decree said railroad tracks
n nuisance, nnd order thosnmn abated nnd
removed; and tho snid Cnlro nnd Vln
connos lUllrond company bo perpetually
enjoined from any further tun of said av
enue, and that tho tnld Cairo and Vin
cennes Railroad company, bo required
within a reasonable time to romovo ull
tracks, switches nnd turnouts
thereupon, and placa said
suld Commercial nvenue, in us good order
und repair, us it was beforo it
was taken possession in tho manner u fore
said, by thu said Cnlro uud Vlncennes
Knilroad company, und thut you grunt to
your urutorsw such otbor and lurtLer ro
ne! as your honor ebull seem meet and
juit; and your orators will us in duty
bound ever proy &o. P. II. Popu stutes
attorney for Alexander county. Thu fol
lowing is lliu order ot lliu court uwaruing
tho injunction.
At chambers in tho city uf Cairo, Illi
nois, March Gib, 1873. Uupon examina
tion of lb within bill it is ordered that a
writ of injunction issue enjoining and
prohibiting the Culro and Vincenner Hail
road cotiipuri,.its agents, employes, and
attorneys from tho luilhur usu of Com
mercial avenuo in the city of Cairo Illi
nois, for loading and unloading
curs, from curd standing upon
said avenue, from mulling up suid trains on
said avenue, from Switching Cars or trains
upon said- nvenuo, and from using tho
railroad trucks on suidurenuu in uny wny
and fur uny purpose other than lor the
transit of enrs or Indus over said trucks,
except us follows, to-wit: Thu said railroad
company, shall until further order, herein
have tbu privilege of using llielr tracks
south of, nnd below Sixth street, for mak
ing up trains and -witching, and of using
trucxs below l'lllli street, (except nt
street crofsings) for storing and louding
and unloading curs mid 01 using llielr
trucks between Seventh und Kigblh streets
(nil street nosMngs being left free) for
standing pusfcngor trains and for such
reasonable length of timo as may bu nec
essary, on thu urrivnl nnd depnrturo of
such trains. David J Bakku,
Judgo of tbe Nineteenth Judicial Circuit.
MARKET REPORT.
Piucb Current Ornce,
Cairo, Thursday, March C, 1873.
OKNEIl.U. KEMAHK8.
Tli 8 markot exhibits no now features,
builnois remaining generally in tho same
condition that lias existed for snmo weeks
pat. Scarcity of tonnugo is still tho com-
plaint among shippers, and no material
improvement in ibis respect is noted. Thu
weather for to-day and yesterday hns
been very ploasant, with moro promise of
spring than any that bus preceded it for
fur some weeks.
HALES AND QUOTATIONS.
F LOU It Tho murkot continues dull
and quiet, with a full supply nnd limited
demand. Salot reported nro 2,327 Ibis
various grailos, $0 CO 10 GO.
HKAN Quiet. Wo quoto 200 bags nt
$IC.
CORN Tho markot U unchanged
with whito very scarcn nnd general de
mand good. Sutes ombrnco 7 curs mixed,
4"l8e; 8 carl white In sacks, C051c; CO
sacks whito on orders, 01c; 10 cars mixed
in sacks, del, 47c; 0 cars mlxod in sacks on
order, 48c; 1,2'Jbugs white, Sue; 4 cars
mixed in bulk, 38c.
OATS Demand light and transactions
limited. Sales comprise 8 cars in sacks
3J37c, 1,200 bags on orders, 37c; 4 cars
on orders 3839c; 130 bags mixed 38c;
U0 bags white, 40c; 3 cart mixed in lacks
3537c
HAY Tho stock of hay in tho market
Is large, and salo slow. Thoso reported
embrace 4 cars $16019; 0 can timothy
$1720; 2 cars pralrio $15; 3 cars prime
timothy, $2122; 1 car oholco mlxod $18.
BUTTER Tho lupply In tho market
it light and demand good. Cbolco
oils readily nt20'22c. Saloi were 600
lbs.. 2022c; 20 pkgs choice packod, 2Cc.
EOQ3 Aro quiet with not much de
mand; pi Icos range ai previously quoted
18c being tho outsido figure. Sales wore
1C00 dozen, 18c; 10 boxes 10c; 2 pkgs,
10(U8c.
I'OULTRY-Q'ilot and unchanged.
Wo report sa'ot of ICdnzen drened chick
em $3 603 75; 10 dozon. live, $3 60
$3 76,
MEAL The Market is actlvo and a
good dmtnd exliti. Bales reported are
1050 bbll kiln dried, $2 B0$2 CS; 100
bbli steam dried, del, $2 60; 300 bbll ''St.
Charlos" tl 00; 400 bbli itoam drlod,
$2 CO; 100 bbli bad cooporngo, $2 45.
l'OTATOKS-Thli market is Inactive.
Wo note salci of 1C0 bbli from itoro $2 26
2 00; 100 bushels from storo 7680c
PIlOVISIONd 50 bbls of muss pork
$10.
KATEO-To Now Orlosns and Vlcks
Durgi roiatoes, applos, etc, 70c; pork
$1 10; pound frelgbti 87Jo per owt; bay
ac porowt; wuiskwy II 60 Dnr bbl.
TO MEM PUiS-Flour, oto 40o per I bl;
pound freights UOa per cwt; hay S'lo per
cwi; wiusKoy boo per bbl; pork OOo per
bbl.
LIME Is soiling In lotsutSl 2671 60
per bbl.
wsjiuT-In lots sells at $26u2 60
por uui.
COAL OIL Demand fair at 2P30c
it A .Ma Hogar cured plain, is iclllmr
in lots at l2lfiI3o.
HACON Clear sides 810c. Ircak-
fatl bacon 1 11 2c.
IIKKSWAX-Qulct at 30c.
hOAP Uormtrn mottled 7Jc. Cham
paign TJu.
1 TALLOW Qulot and soiling at 7c.
SUGAR. Actlvo and selling I2jc for
coffee A ; l-IQUJo for crushed, powdered
anu granuinteu.
TKAS. Imperial, 75TU 23: Ounnnw
der, 75l 25; Oolong black, 7C$1
nunis Hyson, ?1I 40.
CIIKESE.-Good doinaed; Now Vork
factory lb 10J17c.
SYRUPS. Tho domand is fair for
choico nt Ge$l gul and Now Or
leans nt CR07OC.
COFFKE Scarce. Java selling nt
3032c; Lagunyra 2I20c, Rio, prlmo
to choico 21025c.
BROOMS. Dull; common Iiouio soli
at $1 00; choico nnd extra choice S3ImI
70 ; stosinboal $4 0000 00.
FR RIO HT Cotton, compressed, to
Now York, 85c; to lloston, $1. Un
compressed, to Now York, $1 11; to Bos
ton, $1.
MILL. HOW AUD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER
Clljr National Bonk Building-.
isi.Cpoeisl uttentioo paid taurdnrs Irom Meati
h.tM nluhl nrHfc
MILMNEltr.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swandcr, intending -to remove
to Kentucky, desires to dispose of her large
und elegant stock of
MILLIUBBY
immediately. In order to laclllltate the sale
of her goods, Mrs. Jackson has determined
to offer the
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invites the ladles of Cairo and vlc'-ity
to call on her If they deslro good barv.ins.
Mr. Jackson's
GOODS AltE ALL NEW
The mostof them having been selected from
tne late Ian styles, ticnce tlio laUlcs have
rare opportunity to purchase nuw and lh
tollable lllillincrv nt cost nrlco. The stnn
coniiits of hats ribbons, flowers, boiler
ladlei underwear, etc.. etc. ll-3Utl
BARCLAY BBOTHEBS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRUGGISTS,
74 OHIO XjIkiV-EiF
Retail aud Prescription
Corner ' Wnshlngton avo,
anil Eighth street.
CHEMICALS.
CHEST PJtOTECTOHS,
Of euamol, and robblt skin,
for Weak lungs. '
At BARCLAY BROS.
CHLOItATK
LO Z O-E 3
FOR SORK THROAT,
I'rejiarcd and sold
Br BARCLAY BROS
HOUSE ANU
CATTLE MEDICINES
And DUInfectaiiU for Stable."
At BARCLAY BROS.
FINE CIGARS,
IIONF.Y HKE".
. "YOUN6 AMERICA,
And "Universal Btandanl."
r At BARCLAY BROS.
11-20-tr.
NTKAMHOATH.
OA IRO AND PADUCAII
MAU. BOAT.
Tn spltodld stesmsr
Dick Fowlm, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY. (Sundavcxccntodl at
3p.m For freight nnaiJitfo apply on boat or
to Jas. MaLLuiiv, Air't.i
urtltCKKIIlM.
MRS. MoGEE,
On KlKhth Rtref t, between Commerclsl sod Wuh
ngioo Aienuo., is ui!T rtcnliln
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LA.TKST FALL AND WINTKB BTYLXB
lleman a lull lino of
BOnsnSTETB &c HAT3
I Trimmed ami untrimmed,
KltCNOU KLOWKIW. KIHIii INe, TKIMStlNOS
of all klndf, Liwes, etc., ete,
Ksnc'r-A.'tfcr.i'uth'.:0 lW -'"" 0
NECK Tl.'.1, OIUM, UNDEhSLEEVIW
KLKKH, HAHIIhifl, KANH,
Aai Ml oihersrticles uiuslljt lounrl In 1
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McfJec, in addition to her rttock ol
ancy and Millinery Ooods. has a tlnanno and
I' mnleto assortment or Cincinnati Custom
!!l'.,..l'ii11? ?,nd Shoes nnd Chll-
tlreiiK HootH, llliiek and in Colors. Theso
nruacknowledC(l to bu the finest and best
ever lu tho market, and this is the only
tho elty thatmakos them a specialty
llII.LIAKItH.
BILLIARDS,
TTll. III l
fsT, NICHOLAS j
DlLLLlARD HALL
nARRY -WALKER Prop'r.
Thli houso 1 uuwly flttod up with two
excellent
BILLIARD TABLES
And two tine
JENNY LIND TABLES
CHEAP OKOOERIES
THE WEW SYSTEM.
OR0CKBIK8 mCTAlLED AT WDOLMALI
PRICI9 FOB CASU.
AT H. C. TUIELEOKE'S STORE
WAHIIIKOTOX AYKHUK, TtrTWXrW TXMTI1
AMD CLSVBNTn B71UCTS.
5C 'bs. diit Cuba Sucar for - - - 55 0
9 .i ii ii ii ... i oO
lbs. A coffeo Sueur. N. Y. Std. - 1 00
1 " Prltno Rio Coffeo for - - 1 0(
H " Choico ' . - 1 0(
3 Old O.ivernraent Java - - 1 OC
Toas ond othor stanlo and fancv Oroco-
rles equally as cheap.
uooas now and rull wolght glvon. Call
and try.
II E Nit V II AS EN J AGE R,
E.ETAIL GEOOER
And Dealer In
VFOKTA BLES. FKUITS, EGOS,
LARD, KRESII BUTTER, LIVE
AND DltES-ED P UL1RY,
FRESH SALTED Atl)
SMOKED FISH, ETC.
All Goods Waubasted Fresh,
And sold at tho lowest prices forcasb.
CayEirjlith streot, betwuon Commercial
and Wushingtun avenues.
JOHN SUEEHAN,
RETAIL GROCER
And Dealer la
VEGETABLES. FRUITS. EOGS, LARD
FllESUllUITEit.ETC.
JST All Ooods warranted fresh, and sold
the lowest prices.
Corner 0th St. andCommorclalAve.
7-41 tf.
UUTtlHKIM.
HYLAND & SAUER,
BUTOHBES
AND DKALKI18 IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY.DESCRIPTON,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenuo
next door to tho Hylund saloon.
11-1C tf. CAIRO. ILLS.
The saloon
WINES,
Is stocked
Brandt of
with tho ties
LIQUORS,
and CIGARS
MIXED IDKIliTKS
are compounded In the most approved ityle
tarcome and m for youneKjEI
JAKE WALTER,
BUTOHHR
AP BtAUa IM
FRESH MEAT,
fiianin Stbikt, Bxtwbkn Wabhikotoh
AMD OOUUXBOIAL AvlNUEB,
AitJotnlsiB Hl'tenbnaae mad Manny's
ftrop Ihe best or Boel, Pork, Mutiou Veal.
Lsrnb, Saunsne, eto nil are prepared to mye
eiliieos Id Ilia most tot eptshle maoaer.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
BUTOBBB AHl) DKALKR IK ALL KlMDI OT
Fnuu Mbatb.
COBNXU NDntTIMTTI AND POPLAR SM.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Buys and slaughters only the best cattle
hogs and sheep, and la prepared to nil an)
demand for fresh meata from one pound to
ten thousand pound.
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TOYS, NOTIONS,
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FANCY GOODS
MISS M. J. OARSOW
. ii .ammam a itAtt fefnlp nf Trtvi.
poslc" Chlldren'i Dhhei, Toy Wwona, Doff
iimraiei. Hobby Horses, Fine Sllvor-platoa
Ware on Nickel silver, f luo iuuie-knlvcs,
Knapkln Ulngs. China Vases, an. a ttood se
lection of choap Jewolry. Also' lino
Call IIOUS, 1'iciuni" uuu inuio i iaiiHi, aim
mauy other articles too numerous to men
: - inviiul m Hill Ma tun...
merclal avenue, between Mlatb and Tenth
iirecis, 1'ivuu,

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