CA1K0 DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1873
MMtta eflle, BaUt-tla Bnlldlni
WMktastoB A ten tie.
' LOCAL TVEATIIEU IlEroltT.
U. B. Sto. Sr.n., OnsRKvmt'fl Ofpick. 1
Caiko, April SO, 17.1, 10:11 p.m. J
Tnersometcr 0 decrees.
Wlrd southeast, . rtoclty 10 miles icr hour,
Weather heavy rnln.
Vixlmum temperature lat 24 hour., nt
10:11 p. m., CO degree.
Minimum temperature, last 24 hour?, nt
4 a. m., 49 dcgreri,
PrmlUng wind last 21 hours, southeast.
Toll number of mile wind travelled, last
M boon, 247.
Total rainfall In Indies. 1.27.
David TV. Il.viiNKTr. Observer.
We ira authorized to announce tli.it
David J. Biker ii a candidate for judge ol
theTtrentr-ilxth Judiel it circuit, Election
on Monday, June 2, 1S7.1. td
fifty thoutand cuvclopet just rccclvrdst
the UlILUtTIX office . tt
Envelopes furnished and printed nt the
Bcllbtui UrncK nt M to $i) per thousand
Bev. O. W. Hughey will deliver : roiimc
Of Ave lectures In the it. K. chureli nt Mound
City, commencing May JS.
Judyr dsou ol Villa Itlde, "III toon
Jr for tVcntcrn Sew York-, to spend
creral weeks among his old acquaintances
Itls rumored that certain parties lu this
city contemplate tlio building or an opera,
house. We believe It would bo a paving In.
An Important business tucclln of the
ladlee of the Kplscopal churcli will bo held
at tho rooms of Dr. Wnrdncr at 2 o'clock'
this (Thursday) attornoon. n
am uurnctt itoain cooking vessel, thn
Rational American and Kpleuro broilers,
the Dudley spiral -ate nud door spring, at
Mauey'K, 103 Wasblugton aveiiuo. 1-24 lui.
Tho place to buy wall paper and window
bade IsNo. SSevcntli street, opposite Win
uiock, whero you run buy cheaper
than anyplace In tho city. . An i.e. tt
M. Ward Is now pictured to deliver tlio
Deatoi sawed and split hickory wood to any
part of the city. Also all kln,hof wood and
eoal always on band. y.'jj jr.
Burglars bavo been at work In .Mound City
lor tho past week or ten days, Several
houses bavo been burglarized, and in niuio
inslaucas conslderablii booty obtained.
Lawrence Barrett in 'Jtoc Jalc" at the
Atbeucuui to-night. Jf
Tbc Mound CityMournal' ot tho 2fith, my,
the proposition to orgnulzu that city govern.
lacut under tho gcucrul Incorporation act
Will be submitted to n vole of tho people the
ui utui iijujiwj, f '
The xaos.juitoc, kn.Tu,7.!u( bug UU(
tkllml.lM l.nu ...... I
,u vuiiiui) so prcp.uu vur
itlf by covcrini; your window vilih wlr
oh tcoui llaUvjt'ii ; yuu can sleep without
uars, ana uuie vvillioilt Hies. .i m,
Barrett as "Elliott Gray," jn"Jtnscdali,
at tho Atbeucuui to-ulylit.
u isi aaiuru.iy aneruooti, tnu corner
atone of Grace (Episcopal; church, J'aducali,
trusJJad, 'i'bo ceremonies were listened to
by u laro coucouoo of people rcprerniinjr
very religious denomination.
Sew stock and now ntyle of wall paper
paluu. olbfVrludowglaM, vie, mc., at It.
new store, Winhliii'ton m cmio and
Eleventh street. Call and kco the latent
ttyUs In wall paper before jiurchaiin;; cIm'
Bird cages, flower butkuli, Wire cloth'
riddles, sand screens, rake, hoc, kliovelf,
spailee, spading aud buy forkx, Hep and ex.
tension ladders, woud pumps and a centra
isortnont of tinware. Moves ami Iioiimi fur
aUhlai! good; at Ilalley'it. 4-21 lui.
JL The nxt regular coniuuinlcatlon ot
7VUelta lodge .Vo Ms, A. K. and A. Jl.,
wiU be held at Masonic hall tbh (Thursday)
reniDg- at 7 oVlock Miarp. VMiing
brothei cordially lnlicd to nttend.
W. A. Si.oo, Scc'y.
UsUlday's new wharf boat, moored up in
th bend above Cairo, at the C. and V.
freight depot, gives the appuaranco or btitl
ness movlUK this way, up the Ohio, and Is an
Indication of the tlmo not far distant when
Mound City and Cairo will be one. -Mound
A lew teats left for the Lawrence ltarrttt
entertainment at the Atbciicum to.ithjrht.
Vfa are Uiowolc agent for tbo s.ilr or Mil.
on's pure elder vinegar, mado uu his ian
t Cobdon, lUlnols, put up In convenient
aUed packaKcs fur family mo, ud every
package warranted pure.
4-18 tr. COI KKY, l'.VtK A. Co.,
No. .13 Ohio Levee.
The Mound City 'Journal' of Hie 20th, con
tains me louowing:
Official notice has been received at tbu
njval station ol tbc continuation ol the sale
ii, "J0"10"! consequently tho station
will soon be ile.crtcd by 'all the sc.-cl, Iv l..g
,beeV."Vll,l(''ri,mali" to l.Hsei n.'but
probably the nation min)tJ broken up.
.Klt!., ffuc,l;al),,".'lleil that the (un
published In Tin: ltn.i.uri.v icti iday mor
ning, in rererenco to a toy wavlavlmr lil.
rather and threatening to murder lllui i,uu
day last week, was a cruel sell. II not. thin
Ana go back on our word
even for the 'Sun.'
Capt. W. L. Hambbiloii has gono In ,riug
home his daughter Ida from hour Jlng school"
her eyes bavin; becomo so serloicly allV-ti ii
uui, uo iu uanger ol losing her sight, it
- ss. c iiucn vue lean, tulertalned vv III not
8orea.izoa, nut that uood medical trcaliuent
may ue cure 01 Hie ryi-w MotlinI C itv
Tc-Ulghtat the Athewemn," "Kondalu.''
Vlll- V...I..L u l.. . . , .
w .V.V.C. nuu iijnii'iijii.nc a trip to
Europe or a summer cxuumlon to any point
lo this country, will flnd It to their iu-ncst
to address or call upon K. IL Tnlbptt, W. st
re manager for Cook, Hon jenliln-. w bo
vMOleJ.ed a branch of this great houso I,
tVu'KfBiugHmY building, j.all
'-Mt, Chicago, Ho is prepared t rurnlsh
tMwtt to all parts of the world nt kvvest ex.
uraloaraUs, and to arrange lor excursions
7Pltta the United States, on ,,,,1.
1 as cast m ecweu lu no ether w ay,
11) land is Improving rapidly.
Yesterday was a dark gloomy day,
Uuslncss In tha police court yoterday
Circuit court ivlll probably tidjouin on
Al. SuaiiVa liapntup several linmUomo
cottages uii'rwculy.iilnth street.
K.v.pollcem.ui llllllnly lias gone Into the
carpentering business. He Is n pood nic
There I not a case of small-pox in Cairo.
At lea't, If there l the health oillcer l not
aware of il.
Col. Taj lor 1- putting up n tuo-slory Iramo
dwelling lioilff on Wnlilngnn avenue aboo
County rotirt adjourned on Tuesday own
imr. Considerable bulnes was tratiai'ted
durln? the tclpn.
Attention Is called to tho card of Mayor
Wood, puhlMicd lu another column of this
There ts an ug'y bole In Iho sidewalk on
tho coiner or Seventeenth and I'nplar St.
It Is nlniost Impassible.
Work on Itlck4 (colored) ll.iptlst church
Is solng ahead as rapidly as pnilhle. It
will soon bo completed.
IHalcs of to'uaceo at the planter's uarc.
bou'con I'rld.ty mornln?. A l.ugc unritl
ly ol line tobacco will bo olfr rod.
Letters, in on.'er to ;o Into (he 2:30 n. in.
mall, must be dejiosltcd in tuo pot'Olliee I if-
foro fcleven o clock the night pre Ions.
i no worst muj-iioio in tlio city ts ou J'op
l.r, between SevcnteentU and Klghtecntb
streets. The mud and lmli it knee deep to
Dr. Unchain' liono on J.'lcrcnlli Mrcut,
south of Walnut, Is approaches comnletlon
mid will soon ) le.nly for the doctor lo
The keys of tbo city Jail were wslcrdny
transferred to tho iiowelly Jailer, Mr. Dan
McLanuy. .Mr.McUnleulllYnr.ua the In
We hear that another line ihtecolory
brick business house will soon bo put In
course of rrccllou on Commercial avenue,
Mr. Cnultcr, iMglnecr at (ialllghor's mill,
Is building a handsome brick rcsldenon on
Twenly-seu'lith street Mr. It. Stout has
tho contract for the brick work.
Mr. Scbultz ol this city, has been em
ployed by tho authorities at Mound City, to
get up a now map of lieaeh drove rcmetery,
located near J Mounds Junction.
'Police .MnKirato Bird will enter upon the
duties of his omVo to-day. Wo understand
ho has i anted 'sVpilrc Shanncsy' oilier,
where he will hold court for the present.
Tho mother of ouo ot tho young men fa
rested for swindling .Mr. Wbltlocknulorf.'lO,
nrrhrdin this city ou Monday, and gavo
ball for tho appearunco of her sou at thn
next term of tho circuit court.
It will bo well for owner of horses aud
raulex to keep them from running at largo
upon mo streets or tlio city, ns Iho police ol
fleers have been Instructed to take un all
such milmals so found. A word to the wise,
Chief of rollei; Mellale Is always on the
. He is never tlrod, und not onlv keeps
stlrln? himself but keeps nil thn rest of the
police foreo at It. A. Cain has been ap
pointed sargentof police, nn appointment
which ovJy)ne3-ilI agree N a good ono.
Mloalth Ottlccr Wooton tmi notlUMl a mnit-
bcrot varltrs ntiout towu that It Is about
tlmo lo "clean up,'' or they will bavo to
wane up to tho captain's mllce "l vy lor
tho roast, flog-pens under, and cow-stable.s
on toji of the sidewalks will not bo tolerated
any Iwngcr. libjlit, Woolen, go lor 'cm.
-Mr. Cha. Lancaster has a contract w2
lh liountz Steamboat lino of Sew Orleans,
to itiniMi them sovci-al thousand lect of
dumiagn. This lino liavo tnca RV).ry
point between Now Orleans mid St. .oub,
and llml that they can get their tlimtiairo
undo In Cairo cheaper than nt any oilier
point. -Mr. Lancaster has n largo force o
men ut work.
It is rathor a remarhablo fact thaltho inca-
rt, which have assailed ono or more mem
Xitu of at least onc-clghth ol the white poji
ulatlon of tho city, have scarcely deigned to
toui.li the colored population. Wo bavo
not, In truth, heard of more than bairn do-can-s
of that disease umong that dement ol
our people. AVo aro inrormed that tho mea
sles are rapidly disappearing Irom tho city.
Wuoten's hotel, better known ns ihc
"I't-housc," was closed ycslerdav lor tho
season, the last guest of tho house having
taken liU departure. Mr. Wootcu proposes
to wash up, clean up, and ho hopes to be
nblo to lock up tbo Institution for this season
OAII'.O ANU VI.NCKNNKS ltAIMtOAIi
Trains now leave Calm and .Mound Cltv as
Leave Cairo. I.cavo Mound City.
":ra.m. 7:10 a.m.
.ri:iri ji.in. fi:ln
ClM8. 0. Woou, tlen'l Ticket Ag't.
Kvcry gentlcinan should look thiougU our
stock of wblto shins bclore purchi-liig.
Measures taken, and a lit guaranteed. A
full line ol underwear, hosiery, gloves, lies,
colluts, etc, always In Mock.
'-I""- Klghth street.
As vv.'iliu wciitlinr Is uuiiroaelilliL' Ik
lovurM ol Ice cream will be glad to learn thai
Messrs. Saup & Cl.irkson have lilted up and
refurnished, lu elegant style, their lee rriMin
parlors. Their m.iiiimoth soila touiitaln has
also been put In running ordor, aud notldng
HWiinilng about iho establishment m miko
1110 pieiisunj and eomlort of their patrons
Tlie Uiipiecedi'iiled success and tho Mini'
rlorlt) ol the Averlll Chemical l'alnl lias al
ready brought iini.icrous worthless Imltn
nuns 111 1110 uniKci, unuer ine n.iines ol
mixed," jireparrd for Immediate u-c
imiihi, anil "cnemlcal palnls," and tbls
coinjiaiiv l alitlous Iho pilbllr, ibnlh dmili i-
and i-oiLuiner), not lo couloiiud them with
our maiiuurturo. 11 is a well known fact
that when the Averlll Chemical faint was
urn. pm upon tho maikel, il M (ho only
1 ....in.. inn 1,1011 111:11 tcuiii no loiiiid. It
merits wtro so great, however, that twelve
months uad scarcely -lap.ed before counter,
f,ttw l.n.,1, tf ..tt,,... tl
..w-u.i iu ....i.t-ai, iiiiiii IIOW IIII.V nr..
iiuinbcred by scores. Thcfls so plain I'mnre
incse, aro iiiuy pntviuei: lor In Iho I'lilled
States patent laws, aud when tho nilisbegun
wy wie Avenu ciicnueai i'alnt comnanv-niid
now lu process shall have been decided, un
shall bold all mantifaelurers and miri-hnmv
cl liquid paints, In violation ut our pnlcnts
to a strict account. Sold mixed lu ull coJots!
ready for the biusb by N. K. Way A. Co.
Sixth street, between Washlmrloii uu.i (,'.'
Tim following concerning the death of
WIlllo Farmer of Tnniaroa, ferry county,n
lad about twehc years of ai0, was related lo
us ycslcnlay. Some llvo or six weeks ago
tlio little fellow left his bonis, and went no
one knew where, but It was supposed that
he bad taken It Into hll head to run nwny.
Several day ago, however, while n party of
men were removing a pile ol lumber, when
they rcarlud the ground, were no llttlo
surpilcd and horrified to mid tlio dead
body of Iho missing WIlllo farmer. L'pon
Investigation it was ascertained that on the
day that Willie lell his home, tlu lumber
idle, which had been racked up lu good
onler, had fallen down. Of course tlio llttlo
lellow iiiusl have been plavlng about It
when It lell, and was bulled under It.
TUAVIIM.INO l'Al fKIIS.
.uariy every nay firings to the inavor s
and county Judge's, ollluo destitute ineii nnd
women, wha having reached Cairo, havn no
money torontlnuo their Journey. 01 tho
largo number Hun seeking help, wo have
not seen ono.that was not certain that boor
sho cnu'.d better her condition If they could
only reach such and such n plare. Whore
ho or sho has an undo, aiinl, brother or sis
ter. All of theso people are on the Irani)),
spending three limes ns much money as II
would cost to keep lliem in ono lixed plare ;
vet the charity of the woild Is very close
and cold unless It keeps them moving. The
kind of iliarlty llvcslxths of theso people
nerd I employment. II they will uotwoik
Voluntarily aud earn allvcllhood,thcy should
hcdrlveuto IL That's our opinion In Iho
.Mrs. Amri l.uugon Klghthvtrccl, brtvvrru
Commercial nnd U'nshliigton nvenuc, has
Just opened nut a slock of new and fashion
able millinery piods, Sho has one himdied
and lllly dlirereut stylesof hats and bonnet',
beside a largo assortment of ribbons. Dow
ers and notions ol all sorts, nil of w lileh wll
bo sold at Iho lowest prices.
Nollco Is hereby given, that iha annual
meclllig td tho stockholders of thn Cairo
City Ki-rry company will be held at tho coin
pany'H oUicc, comer Sixth street and Ohio
levee In this city, on Monday, May ft next
at 10 o'clock a. in., for the purpose of elect
ing seven directors to setvo tho ensuing
year, and lor general business,
TllOis. W. H.W.l.lt.A V, Sec'y.
r.viuo. Ills., April 17, 1873. 1-17 did
GOOD HOCK HKK It
Corner ol Twelfth street and Washltirton
Mr. Jacckcl wishes lo inform his frleu
and all lovers of Doclc Iiccr that he has just
received a consignment of that beverage,
which be will open to-day. Call around and
Cuno, April 111), 1B73.
Uy virtue of authority granted ti mo by
sections 39, 81 and 82 of ordinanco No. 1,
1, John Wood, mayor tho city of Cairo, do
hereby notify all persons who may hoop or
maintain any vault, hog-pen, manure heap
or sink hole, or any other nuisance upon
tho prcmlsoi owned or kept by them, or of
tho emptying of iiny struvv, uinnuro, hay,
vcBciun.', garlmgo" rubbish, or oflal of
nny kind, upon thoalreotsofilmv.il.,. con
trary to tho provisions of tho above named
sections of said ordinance, that tho police
nnd health oulcor of tho city nro hereby
Itstructed to prevent nnd abate all such
nuisances; nnd whorover such nuisances
aro found to oxiu they will Immediately
notify tho Inhabitants or owners of said
premises to Imvo them spcodllv removed,
and upon tbolr failure t do so, thoy will
subject themselves lo tho penalties pr
scribed for tho violation. This Is n mat
tor of tho ut.uost Importance) to nil our
citizens, nnd 1 hopo thoy will
bavo thoir premises cleared up, so
that tlio health of tha citizens will
not bo cudangerod by tbo speedy approach
of wnrm weather.
Very respectfully, Joliv "Wonn,
Thn season for mad dogs is approaching,
und tho following, ruloi for recognizing
hydrophobia in dogs may not nt this
timo bo out of plnco. Wo copy the rules
from tho fuducuh 'Koutuekian,' which
lays thoy nro rondonsod from eminent
I'reucb authority, and our renders would
do well to study them:
1. 'I hero n agitation and ruUlestnes.',
and tho doj; tnrnes himself continually In
bis kennel. If ho boat liberty, be goes
and comes, and seems to bo seokini? soino-
thing vshen bo remains motionless, as If
wailing; then starts, bites the air, as if bo
would catch n lb,, and dashes himself
Howling ami barking against tho wa
lbovoicn ot his master dissipates theso
hallucinations; tho dog oboys, but slowly,
wiiu iiusimtiun, hi, a w iiu rogroi,
if. Ho doe not try to bitoj ho is (entle,
nvou nll'ectlonate, and lio eats nnd drinks,
but gnaws tho litter, tbo end of tho cur.
tains, tho padding of tho cushions, tho
co von nn 111 1110 nous, tlio carpets, elo.
:i. lty tho movomeut of hit pw.s ubout
tbo sid'js of bis open mouth, onu might
think by was trying to 1V00 lit s throat ofn
1. Ills volco umiorgoorf such a change
that It is impossible r.ot to bn struck by it.
C.Tlio doa- begins to light with otlior
dogs; this ie n decidedly characteristic sign
if tbo dog bo generally peaceful.
Tbu tlirco symtonu last mentioned imli
cntonn nilvnnced tiorlod of iliscaso, and
that tho dog may becomo dangoroiu til
any iiiomont, It Immedlato mcniures nro
not takun. It It best to chain blm 11.1 nt
oneo, or better still, to kill him.
Anna, Ills., April 2t, lb73.
Km ion Itui.i.KTiN rtomo dtsiardly.
ycl orporionced, burglar, got an entranco
Into tbnt sloro of i!r, T. 31. forrino on
last night, by means of boring, with an
augur, througu tho lioor from tbo cellar,
and took such goods as his fancy prompted
him. No ciuo to his identity. Air. fer-
rlno imns to have lost but little, as the
thief could Und no money, Onto,
Kiinon lirjt.LKTix I w'n'j to Inform
such of your readers ns may bo palling
strangers, or who may not know T. J,
.Shores nnd liU well-ttudled plans of mis
chief, that tbo card In last Sunday's paper,
with tlio name of "Slineo" to It, nas shown
to aimco In my homo noxt day. Ho said
that tho lirst sontenco only, (that pottaln
Ing to lils having no ;nowlcdi;o of Elder
Caldwell", was till that bo had said, and
thatwat drawn out ofhlin In conversation;
tint nil tlm b.latico ho had not said, and
that ho had not writton ft word of It, nor
had ho authorial any such publishing
with his namo. This ho said in tbo pres
pneo of myself and wife, nnd tbmo oilier
pnrnn. Commont ii unnecessary.
TO TIIK fUHLlO.
KniTou Hi M.ETiy-0f tho capability
ofT. . I. .Shores to bo bold nnd daring In
strategies of sin, sufficiently nppoars m
tlio certificate of Brother Hopkins In tho
pspor of to-dsy. It is neodlnis to notlco
tho other two rnrds In Tin: IIl'li.ictin,
having thn nnmo of ''(.'ambuH" nnd Mon-
nlns ' to them, only wo wish to dlsabuio
tho minds of strangers. They nro equally
allko slnndcrous, and may be also alike
pnrfidlons. Tho timo has not come for
thote men alio to walk up and deny their
authorship of thoio llttlo pieces of oxecrn
ble ami a li r. tji o fill defamation,
V hopa that V. J. 8. will fall or ono
ol'Jecl, howovcr; that of provoking Kldor
Cnldnoll lo stoop down to much as
to notlco his various slanders with all tho
artful contriving with liieh they nro put
beforo tho public.
That iho wickedness of this unicru-
pulom man Shoies must censo U certain,
That bo will enmo down from tho usurped
citadel of power and cense to frovent tho
rbjlit way of tho Lord, and deprive tho
church of her rightful property nnd priv
ileses is only a question of time, a mat
ter which tbo Great Supremo sIihII con
trol, who ;ulde tho popular mind, and
tbu contciotices ol tho administrators of
this community, to whom wo bnvu ap
pealed for dollveranco from J oppression
long endured, but now becomo lntolrt''..
KhWAHD VAtau., ;Docor,
KtciiAr.D Taylob, Church Clork.
Steamer Arlington, Cincinnati
" Hello Memphis, Memphlt
" Sam Drown, Hi. Louis
" John Oilmoro. St, Louis
" Ironsides, Ohio river
" Louisville, Cincinnati
John Lumsdon, N'ashvilln
Gen. Anderson, St. Loul
" Kannwha, bt. Louis
" Illinois, Colii'iitus
Jim Fisk Jr, Paducab
" Quickstep, Kvansvlllo
Kmma Elliott, St. Louis.
Htofimor Arlington, Memphis
11 Lullo Mompbis, tit. Loul
" Ironsides, St. Louis
" Louisville, New Orleans
" Oen. Andertnn, St. Lul-
Knnawhn, Ohio river
" Jim Kislt jr. fuducah
" Illinois, Columbus
" Quickstep Evansvillo
" Lmma Elliott, Vicksburg.
CONlllTlO.sf OP THE RIVLT.j.
During tho past 21 hours tho Ohio fell
ono foot. The rain of yesterday will bavo
n tendoncy to cheek tho fall somewhat.
Th 11 Mississippi was about on a stand,
rind undecided what to do noxt.
Special dispatches to Tm: Oui.LETlN re
port the condition of the rivors at various
llt'SISKiB AND WRATH Kit.
Yesterday thuro was vory little bualnnss 1
dono at tho landings, on account of the
steady rain that fell during tho day.
Tbu bargoilary Lowry, recently sunk
oy tho tjomct on thi chain of rocks h
short dlstanco nbovo hero, in tho Missis
sippi rivor, is now entirely covered with
wntor, and n rise ot a few feet will make
it n dangorous obstruction.
The Arlington hod a fair trip and added
bore '-'300 boxes window glass for Mem
phis. Tbo Elliott for Vicksburg had
nearly a full load and did not want vory
Tho (Ion. Andorson went up to Mound
City and got a tow for St. Louis.
Thomas Doyle, tbu mate who was mur
dered, had llvo thousand dollars insurance
011 his life in tho (Hobo of St. Louis.
Tho Louisvlllo ba'J n good trip nnd did
not stay horo long.
Tho Quickstep brought down a light
trip nnd returned likewise
Tho IJoo will bring up n bargo of rail
road iron for tho Cairo fml St. Louis rail
road, which will bo unloaded hero.
Tho Misaissippi Vnlloy Transportation
company's now bargo No, It, building nt
East St. Louis, will bu launched to-day.
Tho contcmplatod race betwoon tho
rival steamow Natchez and ltobt. K. Leo
tbo present season from Now Orleans ;o
Cairo or St. Louis, Is now tlio only matter
of interest iu rivor circles, nnd Is creating
contldorablu Interest nutsido of tbo steam?
boat fraternity, extending oast, and, in
fact, wo may say without fear of contra
diction, all over the country, as both
steamers havu a vvorld-wido famo fo'.-
ipeod. Tho latest concerning tbu pro- 1
posed raco is that the owners of thiso '
stuainoM nro willing to back almost their
last dollar on thn raco, nnd if it over
comes oil' llui interest will bo
double the intensity of for-'
mar timo steamboat racing. Tbo 1
rivor editor of iho Now Orleans 'fieav- I
uno' has interviewed Cant. Leathers, and I
was authorized by him to state that the
iNatcnozis reauy to ninko tho run irum
New Orleans to Cairo or to St. Louis for
6 10.000 a sldo ngalnst any steamboat on
tbo Mississippi river. In reference to tho
lotter loft at Vicksburir. liurporting to bo
a challenge from tho Hubt. E. Leo for
$20,000 h side, Capt. Lcathora says that
Mr. Ed. Carro I of Vicksburg banded a
lotter on the Natchez nt that place, sltt
Ing that It had been written by Mr. Mos
sop, clerk of tho ltobt. E. Leo, but that
thoro was no signature attached. m
Louis Republican, UOth,
Vltj Nsstlossal asik Hatldlur,
Special attsatioapata tocrJstsiipm iistta
toits Bight or dar
Will be rccelvod at 77 Ohio levee, tinlll
May 10, foi tho removal of offal from tho
city t provided In ordtnauco 4, section na,
city ordinances. l'h council reserves tb
right to reject any and all bid', should they
deem It to the best Interests ol the city to Uq
so. E, II. Fai.lis. City Comptroller.
Cairo, Ills., April 3U, 1873. 6-l.Gt
A T'll 14 x u r M I
TIIUHSDAY NIGHT, MAY
America's (.Ireatest of Actors.
La v hence B ak kett
In the Powerful flay ol
by bis own (heat (.'iiuiimiiy
11 out 1110
VAIflKTlES TllEATltK. New
LAWRKNOK HA ItRICT'l'
AD.MISSIO.V 7.'i CENT.-'.
Itescvvod seals al ltartmau's, One Hollar.
The sale ol rrnervcd scats coinmeucil
6 a t iio " A NI)" "i'A bijL'A 1 1
SIAII. HO A I.
I hH .f.h, atraltirr
Dick Kow 1,1:11, .Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (.-Sunday excepted) M
I p. 111 for irelifbt npasnaije apply on boat r
to Jas. .Mai.loiiv, Ag't,
JOHN 4JATJCH, ProprlKivi.
lie Unmuiorcial Atkuuc, CAliK), J 1,1,1 NUf
Ileal brand of Callfe tsCixstslu tKflt.J,
DILLIA11D saloon fumlnhed wills the bew
oftables : and bar supplied with w lues, Uijtioii
and citiars or tbennst brinds.
(Optn Day and Night.)
J. E. PAItKS, Proprieioi.
ttlilil l.nrrr, liet, Sill nlidjliti iik.i-,
ME A Li ATALL HO Hits .
A llui! new Dlnlnt; Hall with nvery con
venience has been added lo this popular
Itestaurant, and the guests will ilnd every
requisite lor thelrarcomodatlon.
tub 1111,1, Of FAKE
couslsts of every substantial and delicacy ol
;u supplied with Iho
CHOICEST LIQUOKS.WINES &C1GAKS
SSTMIxed drinks prepared with care.
HEAI. ENTA1C AUF.NUl.
U. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL E3TATE AGENTS
H (kcond tloor) onto lkvkk,
Uuy and Sill Kkal Kstatk,
FUKNIHU AUSTltAOTS OK TITLK
Ani iiov-ssre ConTerncj ofKli tt!
John (. Ilarmaii.
JOHN Q. HARM AN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
.01II1 L'r. ul'tfib HI. uuil Ohio I. ,.,..
Abstracls of Tltlo. (
t'1,Siil!57' Keal Kstate bomfil and cold,
jaT'l axes Paid, etc.
v A FEW ArrtlCATIOXS JIAKI.' A
Pure Blooming Complexion.
'J l..Pnlr VtgfUbto. and iu (
'riUon Is seen
Kn ' ' HW. " " " J W
raCB. II doMSSH
Ut th flushed
. ., i , ...
Stf SSLS? "nalttiUr poU. l)riTMil
EEL'JtM&i'- "J Snnfurn. aud br its gcnUe but
iwwerfttl UiButiicti maatlti Uis fiulsd cttsck witb
TOTJTHm B100M AHD BXAUT7,
WHOLES ALE; AND lltTAIL
1 isssms mz
j.iiu wj a cmjiy asy
COJI.SIISJMOX .! KtlCIIA.N TH.
i. n. MATiiues..
It. C .Dili
C 0 M M I 8 S I 0 M E II (J HANTS
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
WOOD HITrENIIUH.'t'-. ii
Odiioiul ('iiinmissiori Morolmuls
181 OHIO LKVKK,
ST. JSTICHOLAS 1
1 M t f tJ tSy , M ,(
HAURY AVALKKI'. I'rop r
WALL PAPER. PAivrpQ 1
futirt nnaluti, lluoll,if,
n.l (he. cslchMlsd illimun,
HU03S' LCILDIN COB UtH 8T. 0O
? "s v . 1 Y J M " '"-Ji-i unless tho Liniment I, nVwrt
-fttt.-M t wv x , ,Ld ,u.,.nd nmlisl, Il nnro nnd i:et thf porSaa
iaj just.y uvn f tylvi U.o j. macca fur all MUXICAV MUSTA Vfl
.-AIV mil I, UUULI.l,UIA. IIU.HS. nVrMIitm. 1 l. nil Tl f.i 1
Bprilua, ilrul-''. .
Ixxut. Vo : .in..-
6s' ""s fe
Oaibo .... ,
74 OHIO LliiVJEDi
ml I'iifhtb street.
i hamois and rabbit
for Weak lunits.
yon mohi: initoAi j
fit-pared aud sold
lit IIAP.CLAV UKOi,
IIOIISK AND I
AiidDislnreetuuU lor iiilU
At IIARCLAY MHOS
" VOI NO A.MKKICA
Ai 1 "I'nlversal Standard.
A r IIAKOLAY UflOS. ,
I . ... ,
otyio, size of bottle. 6c. " .
I HS. MeQEE,
On KiKtiihhtril, t-tusen Commsiala! and Hub
dkIoq AssDua, Is cUllr rsctlrUi
NEW MILLINERY. IJ00D3
LATKKT l KI.VQ AND SUMMKB 1TTLS1
Hfsi.tts s lull lion ct
ITntnioKj huJ nntrimwbd,
Kltr-.NOil KI.OWKKH, KIUHONi, TRJMMOS
of all klodi, I, ten, etc., ntc.
Mrs, Mcfliw li.a o Inrjco ortnmnt o
NECK T1.S. , OLLAIISI. UNtlKltHLlCKVI-i'.
Ill Kr, HA81I1-3, KANS, '
And all other arlirlos uiualljr lonnd la
FIKHT-OLASS MILLINKHY STOItK
1 1,1.,-. . . .
Kanny nud .Millinery Goods, has a line at"i
t OinlllctO llssordnfllt nt IM,lnnll .....""
.' nil ill iiuiiiiinn in iti.p ia.i. ...
made Ladies.' and
I inado Ladles,' and 31b.es' shoes and (Jhll
! V ' " 1 i ,,l?('k al"1 VoVm. These
I ari-ackuuvvledifed to bo tbo fluent and best
'v t', inaikct, and this Is tbo only
i bo"n the oily that makos them a specialty
lin ns' ltoots, Hlack ami 111 Colors.
J- 0. II U ELS,
l.uli- of SI. Louis,
ROOK UlNUKIt ANI) BLANK ROOK
SXIS))B li ft 1
Corner Twclfili street and Commercial Ave
It LANK HOOKS of every description done
Willi neatness aud dispatch. Al klndiiS
nillnR dono nt short notice. Bibles, Music
MaBailnca and 1'erlodlcals bound neat iDd
at the lowest possible rates. ""vanu
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