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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
CAIRO AND VIjIcEN!E3 UULROAD
Train bow leavo Calto and Mound City
Leave, Cairo. Leave Motiad City
Ci!i. O. Woon, 0n'l Ticket Act.
rlM( TAML or TMK ILLIAOl CKMKAL
OARW AND T. LOUIS SllOKT LINK.
v.. ..i, ii.ttn nl rr tram CM TO
So clmijr ol can. from Cairo to Clilciiit"
Jirijl trains. IWipyti checked to ill
' Cairo . St. Louis Lines arrive und depart
-rl t dally ex.ept Sunday, p. m., at 2sW.
AND V INCENSES
On and after Monday, February 3, 1873,
rsin on the C. and V. railroad will run as
m Cairo ":! ni.
Mound City.. 8:IU "
Mb )). to. le.
C:U " ar.
KlJorailo ... iiw p.
Norri.Clty.. 2: "
" Mt. Carmel.. 4:40 "
llt Viueeunes... o:0 "
are Vlncenn... "uuu. tn,
Ml. Curuicl.. Wl "
Carml VM "
' Eldorado ...11:03 "
Mound City.. v.! p. m,
Ajrlve Cairo b:US "
n...iiiiln Vlnrniinpa with the lndl.
'biapoHsuud v"lncenuc,Ohloand Mississippi,
tn.l Evuiuvllle uud Craw fordsvllle railroad,;
Alb.iiy air line ; at Carml with the St. Louis spade , spading and hay forks, step and ex
tad Southeastern; utSrrlsClty the Spring- lunslon ladders, wood pumps and a general
ield aud Illinois Southeastern ; at Eldorado
vl.l. fl.A Oi.u'iinulftu'ii lirunrlt ol llltf HI.
Zxiula and Uuiitlii'iiKti'rni i Cairo with thq
VoUH and Oi.u .aiiroad transfer liost. mi
awaiuvra fur Meuilihis. Ited Kll cr, lck-
SUrir and Nc' Orleans.
Ciu- O. Woon, Oen'l Ticket Ag't
J.vo. lkk, Jit,, Sup't.
LOCAL IVE.VTHHU HEl'OUT.
U. S. Sio. Skr.. OnsrKVER's Oktjck. )
Caiku, May 12, 1b73, 10:11 p.m. J
Themoroctcr 73 degress.
WlnJ aouthivest, veloslty 12 miles per
Vjxlmum temperature last 21 hours, at
I p. m., 88 degrees.
Minimum temperature, last 24 hours, at
t a. m., W degrees.
l'revalllnp wind last 24 hours, west.
loul number of miles wind travelled, last
ti hours, 1U7.
David vr. nAR.varrT. Obsener.
To rent a small house. Address
C. E, UOHtNSOM.
NOTICE TO SALOON'-KEEPEUS.
Saloon-keepers, and all others, are heroby
nodded to sell no more liquor to my husband,
Phillip llaugh. Any person selling llijuor to
bm alter tUU dale, will be nrosveuted to
the full extent of tlic liquor law.
Caiiio, May 8, 1673, SaH.UI IUuntl.
Mrs. Anna Lang ou Eighth street, between
Commercial aud Washington avenues, has
Just opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery goods. She has one hundred
and tUly dlUureul atylesof nuu and bonnets,
beldalrge assortment ot ribbons, flow
ers and notions ot all norts, ull ol which wll
b sold at the IowhsI prices.
ICE CltEAM SALOON.
As warm weather Is ui-i-.iiichlng the
love s ot Ice cream will bo gUd to learn ii,t
Mers. Saup A 'Jlarkou lm o tilted up and
rerurnlihed, In eleguut t)le, their Ice cream
parlurs. Their lu.miiuulh soda fountain ban
alsj been put In running order, uud nothing
is wautlui: about the establishment to nuke
the pleasure aud uoinlort of their pattous
J A si. NO HALL.
The Cairo Casino society will git e a grand
ball and supper at John Sehcel's Washing
ton Hall, ou Monday, June 2, 1673. Iu the
forenoon ol that day the society will parade,
displaying for the t!rt time a bcuutllhl new
silk flag. It Is the object ol the committee
appointed ti.miko the proper arrangements
that this ball shall be ono of the grainiest
ver given In the city. 6-7-0t
This popular hulel has been united and
lmproeii, snd Is now one of the most comi
loruble stopping places in the city. The
travelling public and persons desiring
p isatit quarters by the week or month.wll
always mid them at tho Commercial hotel.
Rates of board have been reducted as fol
low.: Dsv board, f 4 &0 per week; traii.lt,
tl W iordy; board and lodging, from ib
Vj V per week. tf
'vhm-auV'.'''' AND I'NSEIl
VICLAULE OUDN A.NCE sTOUKS.
.Navy Department, April vs. 1S73, J
There will bo sold at public auction to the
highest bidder, nt 12 m., on Tuur.day, May
20i h, 1673, at the haul station. Mound City,
Illinois, a quantity ol cannon projectiles and
inlkctllancous articles of ordnance, In part
a followe, U:
0031 pdr Parrott rifles.
3120pdr Parrott rifles.
1 3)pdrlahlgren rlfllo.
28 3! pdr cannon.
40 elithtlucb cannons.
1 six Inch mortar.
A large muntltj, about 411 tuns, ol ten
iooo, ci,,-ui men, pur, 30 pdr, 20 pdr, 10
pdr. and thirteen Inch mortar projectiles
and miscellaneous ordnance stores, Inciud
lug a lot or scrap bronze.
'1Vn pcr cent' ,n koverntnent
JUOf s on the conclusion of Iho salu, u j lLC
time the articles must be removed Irom the
tatlon, otherwise the,- wil revm t0 iu
JlT? uod that no
(Uftnaua IU b. g.ten to pr,.Uuc of
article, offered for sale 1BrJ ln
caulojpie as regard, their ti,c, condition
orqualtty, but it is believed, boat er that
very thluf offered for sale l. u Hpre JDtid
WlLUiM H, JirrKKB, Chief of Uesu
TUab'tVi Is published by order the
ommandant of aUllon, to whom persons jt.
lrlog to become purchasers and wlsUlog u,
lnaptol the anlclss offered lor sale should
PP'y. FjtricT. Qillbtf,
eVOdAwtd Paymuur V. H, Navy.
Wo arc authorlicd lo announce- that
David J. linker 1j a candidate for Judge ol
IheTvventy-slxtb JmLci.il circuit. Election
on Monday, June a, 1373. J
Mocovlcs is clllOi; oil at coat. .V2 tl.
Fifty thousand envelopes Just received at
tlic JJULLKUN olUcc. 11
Envelopes furnished and printed at tlio
Huixeti.v OrriCK at $3 to 0 per thousand
Selling off at cost at Moscov Ics'. V2 If.
The place, to buy wall paper 20 per cent.
cheaper than any other place in thu city In
.No. 2, bcvctitb Mrest. Try It II. AM.E.
Tho llnrnelt ttcuin cooking' vessel, thn
National American and Epicure broiler,
the Dudley spiral srato and door spring, ut
llalley't, 1U3 Washington avenue. i-'U liu,
Hie mosquitoes, knots, files, buRs and
bumble bees, are coining, so prepare your
self by covcilng your window with wire
cloth from Hullcy's ; you can sleep without
ban. and dine vvltlwut tiles. 4-21 lm.
Pure elder vinegar, double strong, war
ranted to presctve pickles, lor sulu by the
barrel, and at retail, at II. C. Tlilelccke'a
grocery store, Washington avenue, betwvcu
IVntJaud Eleventh Greets. MUf
t M. Ward Is uow'iiifprcd to deliver the
best ol aawed and split hickory wood to any
part of the city. Also all kliMmif wood and
coal alwaya on hand. Leave orders at bis
ojllcc, corner Seventeenth street and Com
mercial u enue. l-2o tr.
Moscovlc, 'WashluKton avenue, near
Tenth street, is telling off at cost. 0-2 tf.
New stock and now styles of wall paper
paints, oils, window glass, etc., etc., at IS. K.
Meigs' new store, Washington avenue and
Eleventh street. Call uud fee the latest
styles In wall paper before purchasing else
Illrd caifcs. Ilo-vcr tia'keU, wire cloth
aortmcnt of tinware, stoves aud house fur
nishing glod, at Ilalley's. 4-21 lm.
Wo arc the solo i-"'i le of Mils'
son's pure cider luegar, made on bl (.,
at Condon, Ulln ils, put up in convenient
sized packlfecs for family ue, and every
p.ickage warranted pure.
4-13 tr. Coffey, Pack A Co.,
No. b'j Ohio Levee.
II you want good goods at cost, go toMos
colcsj Washington avenue, near Tenth
Mr. J. M. Moskovtcs, tho enterprising
doaler in dry goodn, Washington nvcnuo
between Ninth and Tenth strcota, offer his
large and varied stock of goods at cost
prices. His store is lull of the choicest of
dry goods of every variety and quality, and
the prices at which he is disposing of them
aro astonishingly low. Call upon him and
satisfy yourself, 6-7 tf.
A new hotel has been opened In the largo
house located on the comer ot Seventh
street am Washington avenuo. '-
by Mr. Ilrown, whose reputation as a hotel
kucr la u-all.Vnnn'll In this city. The
house has been thoroughly renovated una
refurnished, and Is In every way tlr.it-clasi.
The tables are at all times furnished with
thu best the season affords, and the chaws
liberal, being only 91 M per day. Mr.
Brown solicits aud deserves a share of tho
public putronagc. MJtf
The Corlls tobacco factory h what Is the
Tbcro was a ripple of txcltemcnt In town
last week about public echuol matters, but
all is lot ely again.
The lUery stablo of Fields Is open to tho
woild. All who wLb, und can pay, may
ride by application lolU proprietor.
J. It. Cuutiliighain ol Cunningham's ex
press, got badly hurt yesterday morning
while trying to drive on Greenfield' lorry
boat. A dUorec suit now pending In tho circuit
courlof this county, promise, rich and racy
dotelapmunts. Tho wile says he's unfaith
ful, and he says she's another.
If the rond from Col Taylor's rc.ldeucc
to the levee were repaired, no teamster
would enter a protest. It Is rough, uud ter
ribly tr)lug on carriages and wagons.
Seteral mosquilos have made their ap
pearance in the Second ward. One of the
newcomers presented Ins bill to lilxby, who
repudiated It, much to the uiOMpulto's dis
gust. Welti beer Is again In the market, an
item oi news which will bring tho smllo to
the face of many it Christian, und Joy to the
heart ol the greatest slnuer. It abides at
Arnold and Meyers have gone Into the
auctioneer and commission merchant busi
ness. These are bv.tllng and driving men,
und will not let the graw grow under their
Icel In their new bUaluess.
Tho weather yes'erdiy was of the dell
clousvarlety. Iu the svcnlng there was a
little too much wind, bit, we have no doubt,
that we shall, by perlstcit effort, soon have
the old thing perfectly regulated.
A regiment ot Mound City people wa In
tow n yesterday. They mustered In platoous
on every street. Gen. Potter wus observed
to flank several placet where something
good to eat Is dispensed ut reasonable
The Itough and Itcadyslnitallcd thcli new
offlccr. last night, Ilrois becoming president
snd Oberly retiring. The latter gentleman
1 a failure as a fireman. This aseitlon can
be made good by tho testimony ol Meyers
The city police aro becoming tcry ef
flclcnt. There will be no more sleeping un
der awnings, visiting saloons or loafing on
corners. Not while Mcllale runs things, or
else we aro not acquainted with Mae, which
the same wv are.
Hinoro of our citizens would visit tho
public schools, more Interest would be taken
by tho scholars and teachers : and, It teach,
ersand scholars would take a Utile nmr In
terest In tho schools, a greatci nimiltr oi
citizens would vl.lt them,
Nothing wus done on 'Change )eti rd ty,
except ordering a water-cooler and I.
toons, A motion to amend by suhst ut g
a barrel nf yvMiSmv fnrtlta uu,nr.n..t... . .,
lost by an overwhelming tote, a re.ult
which will probably gltc mortal offense to
Ileal estate. Those elzht fine lots south
nd east of Thlrty-fourthand Poplar streets,
anown as tne tsoyu lots. Also the tenemant
house, corner of Tblrty.fourth and Poplar.
'"i hall cash, balance in one year, In.
qulrsof OlOJlMFlSlUH. t)t
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, MAY 13,
The Church ol the ltcdcctncf Is still in
search of a rector.
Tho timo of religious picnics draws near.
Which onigrcgatloii will Inaugurate the
The Oaptlst church will go on aftcrawblle,
Itcv. Mr. linker, who commenced the move
ment, will bo In the city lit a lew days.
The sermon ol Itcv. 11, II, Thayer In tho
morning of Sunday last, is said to have bean
a very line production. 11c Is growing iu
the tffcctluiis ol his congregailou,
A dllllculty in ono of our churches ono
ol tho biggest ones resulted In tho with
drawal therefrom, sometime ago, ol onu ol
Its shining light.. Ho became, dl'gil'tcd
with the conductor another shining light.
Itcv. Mr. Shores' congregation is becom
ing more powcrlul every day, mid It should
be proud of its pastor. Ho has pluck, and
true Christian courage. Having established
Im Zlon after much labor, thu nefarious
enemies of religion desire to drlvo littn
siway. hut ho sticks.
The lulldels of this city long for the blood
o Turuey. It Is proposed by them to cap
ture that gentletn.in when he n xt appears
In this city, and sklu him alive. He l n ter
ror to them. Having vanquished their fuw
irltc, Dcntou the m;in who tells oer the
o"d talc ol the doubters ihcy greatly fear
that he will be guilty of tome other inUehlel
that will redound to the glory of the true
D. Jlurd, Esq., and lady, and Charles
Ilurd, left the city yestcrd.iy morning for
'.. D.Mathuis, vice president ol the chain,
bcr of commerce, Is absent from the city, at
Hot Springs, Arkansas
He nil mi Meyers, the popular tobacconist,
complains that business Is not as brUk as It
should be, but he Is doing a driving business,
Mr. Patterson, formerly ol Sptlngtleld,
this state, h"s removed to this city, and Is
Kiting astratn master and superintendent of
telegraph on the O. and V. road.
Miss Jcnuto Wilson and sister, daughters
of Hon. Thos. Wilson, of this city, are In
SliHwncetowii, lsltlng Irlcndsand relation".
So says tho 'Gazette' of that place.
Morgan says ho l.vcn tillable to ileeltlu
whether Judge Green or Judgo Mtllkey was
u. uvk tonkin taivycr In attend.mco ut the
late term ol tho (iallutln county circuit
Mcsrs. Allen, Grecu and Llnegar hato
been swimming In the legal waters of the
Massac county circuit court. In that puddle
they are tho the biggest kind or UMict
Harris ol Mound City, was In town ycKer-
day. Heelings to the old party with a re-
msrkable devotion a devotion which hides
from his eye the fact that on Its tenet is
written tho word : "Ichabod."
Deputy Sheriff Mpycrs was conspicuously
at church on Sunday. This Is the good
work of Tint JUi'LLKTiN, the great religious
organ, vvo havo driven Myers Into his de
votions into church-greater labor than
the impounders ever had In getting h
stubborn porker Into the public pound
The fact is, tho deputy Intends to stand for
the slrrlvcalty at the end ol Mr. Irvln's
term, and having the other element ot the
community secure he u now ctiltlvailtiK, un
ucr ui ...irii.. .u. ..u-i.... . i.
Wo shall, we have no doubt, nuke a sheriff
ol Myers yet.
MEETING LAST NIGHT A LITTLE OF
KVlJttY J lltN'O AND NOP MUCH
The city council met In regular session
last night, with the following members pres.
enf. IJIxby, Meyers. McGaulcv. MeEwen.
Morris, Phillips, Koroineyer. ltlttenliotise
aud II btnson.
On motion tho reading of the minute-, of
tho previous meeting was dispensed with.
COMMIT! Ki: UKFOItrtl.
A report from tho street committee, re
commending that tho sidewalk on Fourth
street be repaired, was received. The com
mittee, stated that, although it had been or
dered by tho old council that a new tide
walk should bu built on Fourth street, the
present street committee were of the belle f
that bv a little repairing tho old sidewalk
could be made to urswcr--ror a Ion:; time
all thu vurj.n.cn of a new one. The report
of the committee was adopted.
A petition from residents of Eighteenth
street, west of Walnut, n.kin-the council
that the ordinance requiring a sidewalk to
be built on that street be not adopted, wus
received, and the request of the petitioners
A petition from Mr. Moses Foss, asking
the council to comtruct an approach on
Seventeenth street to Washington avenue,
was leeched anil laid upon the table,
KIOIITIt STItKET 11HICK MIDKWALK QUK
A petition from property owners ou
Eighth street, requesting the council to nut
adopt the ordinance requiring them lo put
down brick sidewalks, wus receive I at the
la.t meeting of the council and referred to
the streot committee,
Thu committee reported on the petition,
and recommended that tho request of the
petitioners be granted.
Mayor Wood called Alderman I'.oblnson
to the chair, and took the floor In opposition
to tho report of the committee, He said
that Eighth street was oue or the few streets
In the city whete a brick walk could be put
down; he did not care whether tho walk
was put down Just right now or noi; when
the present walk was worn out w ould bu time
enough, but when a now one was put down
he hoped It would be brick. There was ono
man on that street who now occupies four
leet oftho walk, and ir a sidewalk ten feet
wide wus to bo put down, I'owit would have
to come his quo porch. That was why that
Individual petitioned the council not to
adopt the ordinance
Alderman Korsmeyer said he did not
think u new sidewalk on Eighth street nect s.
ury tho old onu would Un n long time yet.
Alderman .Meyer said that the committee
had examined tho sidewalk on Elghlhstreet,
and found it In very bad condition.
There was a lot ol trees
on the street anil the stumps
would have tn be removed, which would
cost a good deal, especially as the city would
have to bear two-thirds ot the expeu.e of
piittliig.down a brick sidewalk, The com.
mlttco camo to tho conclusion that It would
be cheapest to repair the old walk.
Alderman Ililtcnhoiue said he hobbled
over that sidewalk about six times a dy,
an I thought it would last a while yet any.
how. if the ordinance could bo adopted,
and its provisions delayed bclug enforced
lor a while, It would all do.
Aldennn lilxby moved that the repon b
the committee be adopted,
Aide nil so Korsmeyer seconded the mo.
AUIc'man Morris askod tint the. clerk
read tin report again.
Tho ilerk read the report.
Alderman ItlxbV B.lltl tllU tidOWIlk On
Eighth street was much better than many
other sidewalks In the city, and wai good
for considerable wear ami
It, and breaking their legs or their thins,
for which the city would "
henvv d.mi r.'es.
o,!rm,n lt,blnon said that Le would
ii.t. tnr ii, benetlt of Aldcrtn in Ulxby that
all the damazos the city had over paid wit,
t . persons who had billetl tlirotijj" "mo
walk", tint he never hoard of any one f.t..
Iln r thrnll-1' tl hlirll .lili'Wlllk.
Alderman UM.y -aid If that was true, he
trnnl.l reivimmrnd that all the sidewalks be
a'loved up sky-hUh, ami MMr lr fl,vh "
thing could bo done.
Alderman Ulxb.v's motion was put and
Aldormin Setlls moved that the report ol
tho committee he laid on the tame. l.ai
The committee on claim reported back u
large number of bills reiommendlng pay
nicnt, which were idlowcs by the council.
Mr. Morris, from th orJln ince committee
offered an amendment to the ordl ance re-
cardlnirthc Impounding of dogs, so ehatiu
lt.if lb rod ti.mce as to givo uic
cliv mtrshal aid police con,
stables the right to Mioit dogs Indead of lm
noundlnir them. Tho amendment a
inns ron oitv riitNTtNO
nidi for the city printing for the ensuing
year wero submitted by The IlULtEif.N and
The bltl of The IHjm.rtis was ns follows:
For publishing proceedings oi tho ilty coun
cil, SI per month', for nil advertisements, or
dinances etc., 6) cents pel square, ond Job
work at usual rates,
The bid oftho 'Sun' w.r, for publishing
tho council proceedings, J00peryc.tr; ud
vertlscmenti, 15 cents per square, aud Job
work at usual rutes.
Thcbldsvvero referred to the committee
on printing to report at rto next mctht or
Alexander Allen, through his attorney,
sent to the council a communication stating
that II thu council would not appeal the
rase recently tried In the cir
cuit court. bv which he was
awarded $.00 damages fot injuries sustained
in falling through tb sidewalk n ''wen
tlcth stroot, tic would ayB not to bring
suit against tho city Tor Injuries received In
falling through the sidewalk on Eighth
Steven Uradlcy propped to the council to
run scavenger carts (luting the summer, fur
pay at the rate or iW) t ) car.
At the St. Charles ho:cl lmiiiedlatel), one
Ii.i.inoih Centhal li. K. Co.
AilENT'sOrriUK.CAlHo, May 12, l-;3.
On und utter this date the ticket office
will be Kept open ror the sale of tickets from
9 a.m. to 12 ix, und from l:3i)p in. to f'P.tn.,
and from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The olllcc wl.l also
be openod30 minutes before tho depirturu
ol the night trains. .I.v.mki Jounmon,
t9ui copy A
PEltFECT FITTING, FINE WHITE
Stuart A Gholsou'mauufacturcrs' agents
for Quaker City tine white shirts. Mcn.uics
taken and a nt guaranteed. Our sh'rts are
cut by the best shirt cutters iu the United
StatcH. The best workmen aro employed,
and the very best material u(f.
Gentlemen, wo can give you a more per
fect llttlng, und u better made shirt lo; less
money thin any travelling salesmen cai fur
nish. Our line of gents' furnlshliiL' roods
will be found complete. ria Ot.
THE FUIUNI'UIIB F AC POKY AND
Win, Eichoir, proprietor of the furni
ture factory und salesrooms, corner Wash
ington uvenuo und Seventeenth street, has
always on hand a, complete slock of all
kinds of furniture, which ho is oimblod to
to sell on better terms than uny other
dealer in the city. Ho Invito public hi
tention to this fact, und solicits a cull from
all desiring to purchase furnituro.
Mr. ElchoQ' proposes on tho 'J 1st Inst,,
or nbuut that date, to add to his business
another department tho manufactures of
Ciuo-scut chairs. Hull now negotiating
with und has already secured tho survlcei
of sumo of the best of workmen In tins
lino, and will also givo to this depirtment
his own attention uud rare. Pur.uui hav
ing cano chairs, out of which the seals
have boen worn, can have them recalled
now, by sending in their orders t tho fac
tory on Washington avenue. Old cane
cat chairs can be made Just ns good as
now at a trivial co.t. o-ll-if.
EVOLUTION SMASHED. ' ,
Tho llev. Turney Is oxultuDt at tho fail
ure ol Dr. Thompson to fish up from the
bottom of tho soa tadpolean proof of Dar
winism. Uud Thompson (with a P) an
alyzud tho Averill Chemical Paint, he
would havo found " conll'inatlon strong
as holy" that no tadpole wiggles Its tsil
therein, and It was an entirely now cna
tlon of man's iuventivo genius, ni much
superior to any othor paint is nmn is ex
ulted Hbovo tho inferior animals, Ofttils
scientific truth Iho citlr.ciB ut Cairo uro
rapidly becoming couvilceJ. For sale,
mixed rondy for uio in purest white and
all colors, by N K? Way& Co., gonorul
commission merchants, ntid agents for Ibu
Iron Iluggy Co., Sixth stroet, butweon
Commorcinl and Washington avonuo. tf,
Cll Nntlonisl Ilnnk BullillPir.
.Hpeeisl sttsntloa paid to orders Irom slesn
rl nlhl or (
ARNOLD & 31 Y KHS.
Commission Moreha tits
Oflce (for the present, at lie Walter's
Oiiio LcToe, Oirno, Ills,
Are prepared to sell ll kinds ol property
at auction r ou cotnmlsilm, r,.m am,
13t3 C. Ilniiny wishes the
public to bo informed that he
hns on hand a Stock of Dry
Goods and Carpels ns exten
sive ns any in the Southwest,
and that he is determined to
sell every article t- Pni'e
lower than the lowest. Call
on him to-day and examine
goods and prices. He will
satisfy you both as to quality
(liven by the
O A 1 H O TUBSEH S O O 1 F.T Y
Xll.in Mil I'M) CITY.
Sr.vnAY, May 18, 1S7H.
The Cairo and Vlueciities railroad 1ms
been charteled for the occasion.
Trains will leave Winter'" block, corner
Seventh street ntid Commercial uvenuo us
follows: . , , ,
Plrst train nt J o "o H-i
Second " 1,1 1 " I1-"1'
Third " ,. nt-" I,mi
The last tram win return iu .uiro ui
o'clock III the evening,
llieentertainineiitdiirluethcduy will be
And (iamesoi all Vlmls.
A general Invitation is extended lo the
IMl'TY CKNTS KOIt IIOfNl) TltlP.
OOME OlSTE !
(iood mii'le will be ill attendance, and vvi
assure a good time.
COMMITTEE OK AltltA.NtiE.MENTS:
Louis Herbert. C. Under. W. Alba
W. I1UDEP., PresiJent.
DUTCH Kit St.
IIYLAN1) & SAUfilt,
AMU DKAI.BKH IN
choice riiEsn meats
OK KVEKY DHSCItlPTION,
Corner lOth trect and Commercial aVenu
next dour to the Ilyland saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIKU. IhlS.
AND IlKALKR IN
KlQHTII Streit, IIktwken Wabuinoto.s
AND COUMEHCIAL AVKNUKS,
djilnlsi Bl tsnhnass stnil llnnr's
krp the bfn or lleol. fork, Mution VI
l.smb, Shuk, Vo nit am prpard lo utir
pltiin In lh mt v.puliU mnnr,
(Successor to James Kynuston,)
liurciiKK anii Dkalkh in all Kinds o
COKNKH XjfflfcXTV AK.j;o.LAH 8TB.,
Iluys and slaughters only tho best cattle,
hogs ant. sheep, and Is prepared to till any
iMiuund for fresh meats from one pound to
ten thousand nminds.
FOR COPYING TIIK LAWS AND
JUUKNALS OF THE 28T1I
On or before the Wth day of Mar, 1&T3.
and until 11 o'clock in. ot said day, sealed
propvsuh will bu received bv the i c minis
Icusjrs ot public printing for copying iho
lus, Journals und Joint resolution of the
'IVVChlV-ch:hth L-em-rnl n.imhlr nf thn
sta'u of Illinois, and for such additional
copying us may ho ordered by said general
Such uronosals mush be In trlnllcale. onn
copy to he deposited with thu secretary i f
siuiu, urn; nun me uuuiiur in puuiie ai
counts und ono with thu state treasurer,
aim iccoiiipatneii uy a uoiiit, tor the luilliiui
performance of the contract, In the penal
stun of J.VUOO, signed by two sureties. Snld
bond must bo wtlfu"tury to said commis
sioners, mil be approval hv the governor,
und tiled In his oltlee until the uvvurd is
Keh trnpi""! must be accompanied by ut
lcat ten lines ot the hand-writing ot the per
sou muk'n thu proposals legal cup puller
taken ui the memiic.
Tho governor und the commissioners ol
public punting reserve to themselves tl.c
rltf ht.to reject iii.y mid all bids. The proposals
will he orened at three o'o oek p. in., Wed
nesday, May as, IbV.i, In the olllco ol the
governor, and the contract then and there
uvv ai ded unless all bids are rejected.
'ko. II. IIaiii.ow, Seo'y of ritatc.
I . I'. l.li'l'INCOTT, Auditor 1'. A.
I. Hut, Statu Treasurer.
Ml d:'v. ConmiUsloners Publlo Printing.
Willho received at 77 Ohio levee, Until 12
m., :iy pjth, 1B7.1, for thn city printing for
Hi., v. .,.., II.,,. l ,, 1 1-1 tl,l l.u tn
st.itu prices for publishing the proceedings
"( the council, und all notices relating lo
saiiiu j how much per srjuurc for all oilier
notices and advert'scmeuts. Also, rates lor
Job wirk required. The council reserve
the rikt to inject any, und all bids, should
they dis.ni It to the best Interests of tho city
to do so, k. II. KaM.i8.Citr Coniptroller.
CAIIto, Mayfl, J$73. 6-7 St.
Ewnni 8t., Hi. Com. W"
THE GREAT CHICAGO SHOW 1 1
'AMERICA'S EXPOSITION OF WOSDERS,
Museum, Menagerie mid Champion Circus
hi? . -. if
w 3 r . If I I 11 II II It ..'.III it lr
TIIK M EN AG Kill E D Kl'A l'TM KNT Uejctc whli out!rou Fpccitnoin
A MUaKl'.M of nnimato ntul inniiiinnto tnturo.
THE ClllCUS DEPAHT.MKNT is bcyoud nil doubt thu le-t v-r wltneaa-d,
being composed entirely of A tunic Cctebritec
The Champion Ilarc-bai Itlder ol the Woild.
And bis talented sons
c.Alti:N(s'i: AND EUdKNK ItOIM.NS ON
The Heiitltiltil and Accomplished
Iu ailditliin to Hit-lineipmlcd congress of nr.
lists, the only miniature I'ln-tis In tin' world
embracing .10 beautiful children.
SHIRTS TO SPECIAL MBASTJBB.
ROBERTS So CO.,
SPUING FIELD. ILLINOIS,
(.Successors to Hubert A" Kinlcy )
SIIIHT TAILOnS, IIATTEIW, AMD OENTEEMEN S FURNISHERS.
Shirts made to order in the most artistic manner of tho best fabric known, and warranted
" i EXTHA JUISAHLE AND PERFECT IN FIT.
All motsures preserred, and parties desiring can duplicate their orders at any tlim:
SATISFACTION GUAIINTEED on
MONEY ClIEKHFl'LLY UKFUNDKD
Plunks an I instructions for sell iii.'nsiirenient rnrvvarded on application.
fchiu. Bimpcd C.u. D. to any part ol the Union. ItOllKRTS A TO .
MWMW-k&i., 1c,llil nntl Prescriplio
fFm Corner Washington ,v0,
'llv'v 'i"-1? j lt I iWWtJLdi.... nd Eighth stiui't,
irr,1 1, mi
I ? iWml
jssmmm mm -
OK THE Allt
The hbovc features our speciuli
ties thkl can only ).u
witnessed in tho Gnat Chicago Show,
and will be introduced ut each enter
tainment in nddltnn to thn Museum,
Menagerie ntul Circus.
WILL KXIIIIIIT AT OA1HO
Monday. May 10, KSTU.
Doors open at 2 nt.d 7 a clu:k
ONE TICKET, - 60 CTS
Admits to all the shows.
7L OHIO LLVEP
Of chamois und rabbit sKIn
fur weak lungs,
At 11AKCLAY JJEOS.
KOR SORE THROAT,
Prepared uud sold
II v 1IARCLAV UHOS
And Disinfectants for Stables
At HAROLAY UKos.
; And "Universal Standard,'
r At BARCLAY DUQB,