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CAIKO ASD YINCENNES RAILROAD
Trtltii now leavt Cairo and Mound City u
lavt Cairo. Lve Mound City.
75 a.m. :10a.m.
fcttp.m. s: "
Cxas. 0. VToon, GenT Ticket Ag't.
ttXI TABLX OF Till IU.1K0II CISIHAt.
tpart--i:rpr?. daily ..
Mall train, dally
ArrtT Expr dally . .
3.i p a
cakio it t. tor:.
Al i It p ,-. .......
. ,3;J p ta
v.tO a m
o eiaar ot car iron.
Cilro to Law.
v-I -v.t.r., -.n (mn L'lirO tO ChlCAM
Sf pint Urates Rood rirpiac caw on , U
lp! trams. BTf checked to all taper-
rT.tTj? it. Lent. Lines arrive and depart
rtrTdv eitrt Sundar, p.xn.. at S:K.
XIEJ AND V1SCENNE3 KAIU'.OAD
Oa and arter M?oday. February S, HT.
raits oa tie C. ksi V. railroad will run as
to. Md. City
Aivt Cin ... a. ta. Vlf.p.m.1.
Mound Uty.. mV8 " !:' " ar.
" Eidwrado ... l:8Sp.u.
orriaty.. iitS "
" Carml 1 '
M Mt. Carcwl.. 4:40
Tilt Viscenne .. i:U "
. r avt VJncenne s.
T.0 a. in.
. 4 A"i p. m. M a. in,
' Eldorado ..
" Mound City,
Connecting at Vlncennes with the
Lsapo'.ls and Vlncenne,Ohio and Mlsisslpil,
Lnu t.TCLSliiC 1DU i,ijnjun..iiHo.iuJv.u,l
LtMt CartneMvltJi the LoultYlUe and Sew
Alb&nr air line; at Canal with the St. Louis
aad souUieatern ; at -Vorria City the spring
3c!d and Illinois Southeastern ; at IMorado
will) the shawneetown branch of the Su
Louis and Southeastern: at Cairo with the
Mobile and Ohio railroad tran.-fcr boat, and
teamen for Memphis, Kd Uher, Vlcks
bare and New Orleans.
k Cius.O. AVooD.Gcn'l Ticket Ag't.
J.vo. Lur, du., Sup't.
LOCAL TYEATHER KEl'OItT.
U. S. Sia. Sen., OnsEKVun's Orrtcr, 1
Ojko, May 13, ls73, 10-.U p.m. J
Thermometer C2 degress.
Maximum temperature last 24 hour, at
t p. en., 14 degrees.
Minimum temperature, last 24 hours, at
10:11 p. m., 61 degrees.
Prevailing wind last 24 hours, south.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
31 hours, 209.
David W. IUiinett. Observer.
TTo are authorized to announco that
David J. Baker is a candidate for Judge of
tho Twenty-sixth Judicial circuit. Election
on Monday, Juno 2, 1673. td
At tbe SU Chatlen Uotul Immediately, one
To rent a small house. Address
C. E. ItonixsoN.
&-ll-tf Cairo and Viucennes IJailroad.
SOTICE TO SALOON-KEEPERS.
Saloon-keepers, and all others, are hereby
noiinea to tell no more liquor to my husband,
Phillip Uaugh. Any person selling liquor to
xi'in sucr tms date, will ho prosecuted to
tho full extent of the liquor Jaw.
Gaiko, May 9, 1873. Saiuh Bacoii.
Mrs. Anna Lang on Klghinttrect, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, has
Jubt opened out a stock of new and fashion.
uic iuiiuiici guuui. sue nas ono iiunureu
and tifty diilerent stylesof hats aud bonnets,
beside a large assortment ot ribbons, flow
ers and notions ot all sorts, ull ol which wil
be sold at the lowest prices.
.11. . E 1 1 1 ,. i - 1 . , . .. . .
ICE CREAM SALOON.
At warm weather Is upproaehing the
lovers ot ice cream will be glad to learn Hint
ncstri. saup suaritson nave uucu up aim
refurnished, tu elegant style, their Ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain has
also been put in running order, aud nothing
ltrantintf about the establishment to make
the pleasure and comlort of thelr;patrous
This popular hotel has been reItted and
Improved, and is now ono of tho mot com
tortable stopping places in the oily. The
travelling public aud persons desiring
piuasani quarters by the week or month.wll
always and them at tho Commercial hotel.
naiesoi oourdhac been reducted us fol
lows: Day board, $4 U) per week; transit,
M M per day; board and lodging, from so
to (7 per week. If
r-E OP SERVICEABLE AND 1'NSEK-
ICLABLE ORDNANCE STORE.
Bciieaw or Okdnanck, ;
Navy Department, April 2U, 1S73.
There will bo told at public auction to tho
Ifghest bidder, at 12 in., on Tuursday, May
Wth, 1S73, at tho naval station, Mound City,
lllnols, a quantity of cannon projectiles and
bUcilluneous articles of ordmmcr, in iwirt
. 1 20ndr l'lirrntt rill...
1 30 pdr Dahlgren rlillc.
IS&QTMir Dahlgren riflle.
I S3 32 pdr cannon.
, IS eight inch cannons.
'1 tlx inch mortar.
(A largo quantity, about HI ton, ol ten
r I! 1 1 j 1 111 mfi.n ImnV. . I ...
II a lui fil .linn lirnnt.
'JVrrnk' 'IV... ixr.r .......
. .v ,,v, .in, 111 irovcmincnt
...... ... .... . . . -
me the articles must he removed Irota the
ntlfin niiurm . n . .
atlon, othtrwLe they will revert to the
Il I. tn )... Hltlsw.tl.. . . .
imvm; uuuurnoou luat no
sranicB win uo L'lvi-n tis , . t
1 11-iitb iiuLi 1 iua Dam niui rmii.ii 1
italogue as rcgarus intir exsct condition
quality, but It Is bcllcud, however, Hut
.1 1 tr I f.. .. I, .
. -v iiu
... ...vi f. rt. !... 1.
1, ,&..-. - ' . . I " .IHII.U,
'ilie anovo is puuusneu oy orutr or tin
.. . I . . . n.lln.i 1 1i I, ... . , . . .1.
llllliailUHII, U . H.W..W... w . . . V tu I'V.CUUH ut:
noi.1 th. arttrlf'S nffnrd lor ssln blirmlil
dsn id A-aymaHer u.o. vy,
Motcovlcs is gelling off at cost. M tl,
Sllln5 off it coit at Moicovlct'. M !f.
Parker A DUke have Juit received a fine
line of wall paper, which they offer for
ills at low at the lowest. MO-lvv
The place to buy wall paper 50 per cent,
cheaper than any other place In the city i
No. 3, Seventh street. Try It. II. Adls.
The Burnett iteam cooking vessel, the
National American and Epicure broilers,
the Dudler intra! cate and door iprinc, at
Uatley'i, 16S Washington avenue. 4-24 lm.
Just received by Math as Chi, 04 Ohio
leee, 10,(00 pounds C. S. bacon; 8,000
pounds bacon shoulder;; M tierces choice
leaf lard: new potatoes; new beet: new
turnips; new onions. M4-Vt
The mosquitoes, kirns, files, bui; and
bumble bees, are coming, so prepare your,
self by covering your window with wire
doth from Halley's ; you can sleep without
bars, and dine without tiles. 4-24 lm.
I ciaer Tine par, uouoie strong, war-
ranted to preerve pickles, for sale by the
tvirrtl, anil at retail, at h. c. Ttiieiecke's
grocery store, Washington avenue, bctwsen
Tentjand Eleventh street. M4tf
. M. Ward is now ptcparcd to deliver the
best ot sawed and split hickory wood to any
part of the city. Also all kin Isof wood and
coal always on hand. Leave orders at his
office, corner seventeenth -trcet and (.om
tncrcial avenue. 3-25 tf.
MocoTi-, v ashlnclon avenue, near
Tenth street. 1 ftllis off t con. fl-S tr.
w stock and new styles of wall paper
paints, oils, window gla, etc., etc., at H. V.
Mcigt' new store, Washington avenue and
Seventh street. Call and see the latest
stjles luwallpajicr before purchasing else
cage4, flower baskets, wire clo th
riddles, sand screens, rakes, hoes, shovels,
.niJffs. Hiiilln and hav forks, sten and ex.
tension ladders, wood pumps nnd a general
aa.ortincnt of tinware, Move nnd houo fur-
nishlnj; goods, at llalley's. 4-21 lm.
We are tho solo agont for the ale of Mus.
ton'i pure elder vinegar, made on his lann
at Cobdon, Illinois, put tip in convenient
sized packages for family uc, and every
package warranted pure.
4-13 tf. Cokfev, Pack & Co.,
No. r5 Ohio Lovce.
It you want good goods at cost, go toMos
covics; Washington avenue, near Tenth
Mr. J. M. Mokovics, tho cntcri'rlting
dealer In dry goodi, Washington venue
between Ninth and Tenth streets, offers his
large and varied stock of goods at cost
prices. Ills store Is full of the choicest of
dry goods of every variety and quality, and
the prices at which hois disposing el them
nro ustonlshlngly low. Call upon him and
satisfy yourself. 5-7 tf.
A new hotel has been opened in the large
house located on the comer of Seventh
street and Washington avenue. It will bo
known as Brown's hotel, and proprlctored
by Mr. Brown, whoso reputation as a hotel
keeper Is well-known In this city. The
houso has been thoroughly renovated and
refurnished, nnd is in every way first-class,
Tho tables arc at all times furnished with
tho best tho season affords, and the clinr"
...., umig oiny ci iw per day. Mr.
urown solicits and deserves u share of tho
public patronage. f-l4tt
A situation as cook, lirst-class, in hotel or
ooaruine-nouse, best or references given
Apply at this olllcc. M.
Ileal estate. Those elf ht flue lots south
and east of Tnfriy-fourtb and Poplar streets,
known as the Boyd lots. Also the tenement
bouse, corner of Thirty-fourth and Poplar.
Trrmi, halt cash, balance In ono year. In
quire ot GEORQ FisilKH. (it
To any and all who desiro a fine.
genuine French calf.kld, Morroco or patent
leather pair of boot, gaiters or shoes ot any
or all of the latest styles, William Elders, on
Twentieth street, is ready to furnish them
at the most reasonable rate, and guarantees
good stoek,good Ills and.pcrlect atlsf actio u.
Illinois Ckntiial r. it. Co,
AaENT'riOrriCK,CAliio,May 12, 173.
On and alter this date the ticket office
will bo kept open for tho sale of tickets from
0 a.m. to 12 in., and from 1:30 p.m. to ft p.m.,
und from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tho otllco will also
be opencd.TO minutes before the departure
01 tno night trains James Joii.Nbox,
PERFECT FITTJNfl, KINK WIIlTE
Biuari it unoisoii,;iiiaimiacturcrs' agents
lor Quaker uty lino wuile shirts. Measures
taken und a fit guaranteed. Our shirts are
cut by tho best shirt cutters in tho United
SUtes. Tho best workmen aro employed,
iiiiu liir irry ucw inaicrial lisuil,
Ocutlemen, wo can give you a moro per
i..H...iii.tiii 11 inmi-i wiiuu ,ui iur ics
money than any travelling salesmen can fur
iut.Ii. Our line of gents' furnishing goods
win nc rounu complete. &-u ot.
Bld will be received at the olllcc ol W.
W. Thornton for grading nnd leveling tho
drles and walks ol St. Mar' park, accord
Ing to plans and speculations, to bu seen at
the olllcc or Charles Tlirupp. All work done
is to be subject to approval of tho committee
lor citizens, and a committee appointed by
the mayor or city council. All work to bo
done by tlie yard as measured by C. Thrupp.
The cummlttee reeru tho right to reject
aUWd8- W. W.Thoknion.
May 13. 1S73. Pat. Fiizokiiali..
Mil. BL'Li.En-AiraeIler writing from
Jerusalem sa s ; The aii.tutcncss dlsnlavi'
in rebuilding the sidewalks In this city, i,
tremendous and fierce to behold. Surh V.
t'antlc stunldltv as was iimtiirii,i i.. ..
t-r. ... inn.
rnoon, tho longest
?ua MAhv w,alk tbo clt
lay a large body of water, 1
wis the direct route to three
, unucr wnicli
and over wlil,.i,
tko cliurrhna ......1.1
not have emanated from a single brain, it
must have re 'ill I red I lie combined i.rtnrt0 ..1
evcrulnumti-kulls,ll not more. The cuttlni;
uohu 01 a nne row 01 sliaue trees, which en.
croached, In some instances, ul least three
fourths ol an Inch uoon din bimii niinti...i ...
pedestrians was an act of vandali.m vvorlJiv
pf a Modoc or Dljrger Indian, it Is to bo
uoppu mai inose who authorized tho de
structlon will hp banished to the desert ol
Sahara, where they can enjoy unmitigated
sunshine lor the remnant U their natural
.lays, alter which their proclivities would
Wd them to emigrate to that other place d o
v ua or shade, a..a 1 plentifully supplied with
art L,ui neat. Who would 'live 'in Jer isa.
Cairo, May 13,16:0.
i: U, tBIlA.N.
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, MAY.
Capt. W. L. Hambleton wis visible on I he
Paymaster Olllct of the V. S. navy yard
at Mound City, was In town yesterday.
Mrs. Louis Herbert left on Sunday last for
Europe. She will visit the world's exposi
tion at Vienna.
Master Will Ihir.l accompanied hit
parents and brother Charles on their trip to
Mr. Chat. R. Kle and lady will attend the
wedding ol Mr. Tom sloo aud Miss Lou Dv
You, at .Madison, Indiana, to-morrow.
The report thst Major Burnslde had been
removed from his position on the C. and V.
road it not correct, lie retains his old
Mr. J as. Johnson It a succct In disposing
of hones at good round prices. He recent
ly sold a.splendid bujgy horse to Stockileth
Sl. Silver, agent lor the Memphis and St.
Louis Packet company, is always on the
lookout for business, lie is au ixcellent
mau for the position he holds.
Our old friend Phil Ilisey will leave in a
usyortvvoror the Hot Springs. Arkansas.
He ha lcit his store at Orcentield's In good
band, and vvlll be absent several week.
Tom Sloo, Tom of the post-office. ha gone
away off to Madison, Indiana, altera wife.
The knot will be tied to-morrow. Alter the
ceremony Tom and hi wife will v it Cin
cinnati, and then return to this city.
a ne utgui Hev. r. J. ltoltes, bishop of
Alton, will viit this city next Sabbath, nnd
will preach in the morning, aud admlui-tcr
tne rite of condrmallonat 3 p.m. of the .nme
uay. ilunop Boltc is a minister of much
The Misses Oalllghcr, who have for ome
time past been Hting their uncle, Mr. Chas.
Oalllgher, left yetcrday by the sleamcr
Oreat Republic for St. Louk They will
spend a few days In that city, and then re
turn to their homo at .ancsvlllc, Ohio.
The report of the serious lllne of Mr.
diaries M111111 wa received in this city
yesterday, and created much feeling among
his friends. It was said that ho was Mlfl'er
Ing from an attack of the cerubro-splnal
meningitis, and hi recovery despaired of.
We hope the report of hU illnc . may prove
to have been exaggerated.
There mut bo a discontinuance of one
thing or a death among the photographers
ol this state will ensue. Rev. D. B. Turncy
gave to Mr. Thomas ol this city, tho cxelu
slvc right to sell his photograph", but other
artists, hearing of the fame of Mr. Turney,
aro making money out of that gentleman's
face. This must bo stopped.
Tho law card oi Judge Mulkcy .t Son is
published in anothor column of The Bulle
tin this morning. The Judge stands at the
head of the bar In Southern Illinois, and is a
ripe legal scholar entirely devoted to his
profession. His son is n young man of great
promise In tho profession. The firm N a
strong one, aud already commands n line
W. II. P. McCllntock, Is tho name of the
man who stolo Mr. P. Burk's cow.
Tho Illinois Central Is dally bringing
gravel wherewith to balast their new track
on Ohio levee.
Toe Great Chicago show which Is to ex
hlblt In this city on the 10th Inst., is one of
the best exhibitions of tho kind travelling.
The report that tho Seldon Irwin tlieatri-
llOU'D IU ,llt ,1,1a ,uj tmiiin a
week or two Is Incorrect. Thotloupo will.
however, give Cairo a call sometime during
me summer. Tliey will bo In Little Bock
tne present week.
Although the lire alarm bell last night
rang loud and long enonjjli to cause one to
believe the whole city was being consumod,
we were unable to Juarn that there was anv
lire, if any one can inform us on the suli.
Joct we will bo pleased to have them call
and sec us.
It should be borne in mlud that the Tur-
net picnic will come off on Sunday next
rain or shine. The place selected for hold-
ing tho picnic is on the Vlncennes railroad,
iitur jiuuuu uuy, in a uanusome and pleas
ant grove. During the day three trains will
run between Cairo ana tho picnic grounds,
giving all who wish to au opportunity to
The city council, at tho meeting held on
Monday night, by an amendment to tho dog
ordinance, gave power to tho city marshal
and police constables, to shoot, instead oi
impounding dogs. The first is tho day fixed
to commence the work of slaving the worth.
less canines, with which thl city is atlllcted
to the number of about thrco thousand
more than we have room for. The shootim;
vvlll probably be done early In the morning.
Mr. Uavls of the 'Sun' is quoting the char
ter to prove that the "The Bulletin" can
not do the printing for the city, because the
chief or pollco owns some slock In it. Th
company Is tho bidder, and ir its bid Is the
lowest, it should have tho printing. Th
cmei can men look out for himself, iltitthe
objection Is frivolous; and, before Davi
makes tne objection 110 should be sun- that
ho knows who tho stockholders ol The
Tho gentleman by t lit- naineor Davis, who
cdlti tho 'Sun,' declares that the ordinances
will measure up In a year 1,0m) squares, and
amount at the bid of 'The Bulletin to
f.Vl. Thl Is ridiculous. One thousand
squares till fifty columns or The Bulletin
Last year the number or squares of orrtl
nances published In The Bulletin was
ifU. 1 ills year wo think 100 squares vv
cover all. Davis Is cither au us hlmseir or
believes tho aldermen aro.
The Installation coreinonlcs of the Roil"!
and Ready File company were verv In
tcrcstlng. A frco lunch was spread, and the
Delta Cornet band discoursed t'Mcllcnt
music, i no hoys enjoyed themselves 1iul-i.Iv
About half.past 10 o'clock the company vvu
called to order by President Bross, d
uayor wood uuing called for, mado a shoit
uui appropriate speech. Then Mr. Obeilv
was called out.aud President Bross fol
lowed, after whose speech thc!mcollii' ml.
journod In tho best of humor.
At the recent sale of tobacco at thn pinm.
ers' Tobacco warshousc. Messrs. StraiiL-im .
lilncklo, proprietors, was ono ol Hi- ir,.ni,
sales that ever took nlaiui in i...
Forty-four hogsheads vvero placed upon tin'
breaks and sold at the following prices
.1 iiuu.. goon 10 meuium ship-
? 00(311 00
ow Ilaf nl 7 71 8 W
" "i ri n.i 7 mi
There vvero only five roiectim.
of au inferior qualiiy. The next sale will
tako place on next Friday morning.
A Warnimi. When tho Cyclopean
furnaces raging bonoath Vctuvivus am
about to hurl forth u molton soa of fire
thu oarth trornblos and Uio inhabitants
fleo for tafety j Jikowlto when disease Is
announced by tho avant courier, pitm, vv0
should provide at onco the great Antl.
dole, Dr. McCabo's Tonic Cordial and
Syttem Kanovator, and guard woll the
citadel ot life. CH-w-l'-w,
The prospects for a good wheal crop about
Murphysboro aro encouraging.
A OrayvlUc damsel horsc-wnippcu a cm
icn of that place on Wednesday last.
Mrs. Mary Coouies, residing three miles
south of Jonosboro, died on the 4th Instant.
As soon as the culinary department 01 me
Insane asylum at Anua It completed, the
building will be ready for patients.
Mr. Ocorgc S. stale) s nourtug iuiii u me
Llttlo Wabash river at Carml.wa destroyed
by tire on the 3d lust. Tho loss Is estimated
at twenty thousand dollars, and no lnsu.
Wc find the foil ing in the Murphysboro
TO THE ITBLtC.
You are hereby notlllcd that my wife,
Elvira Logan, bavin sepiT.itfd Irom tne,
that I will not be responsible lor any cou.
tracts she miy mike, nor will 1 pay for
goods that she miy pur.-luse.
May 7, liT:). Thus M. 1.00 vx.
We learn that daylight will shine
through the tunnel of the Cairo and St.
Louis railroid, in this county, about the
'JOth Inst. Messrs. Tyrrel A Tully, tho
Contractors, are working night nnd day.
Tho C. A V. compani?,aro proparing
to put in a tide track for the accomoda
tion of tho Woolworth Handle Works.
This it at It should bo, as they aro using
ono and two cars on that road per day.
Mound City Patriot.
Clly Xnllonal Unok nnllriliif.
MlBpogiiI attention paid toorter Irom itssn
boats nleht or das
WE CAN OFFER
10 a man vvnose acquirements are unexcep
tionable, and whose tlmi' can bo wholly
given to a pleasant and remunerative em-
liioymeiu, nn excellent chance, aitl we
hereby solicit correspondence with those
only of good social standing. Addrc-s
IILACKAI.I.KK A- IIKM'ItOl'T,
Lakeside Building, Chicago, lilt.
John H. Mulkcy.
Willam C. Mulkcy
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Olllcc, rear rooms over Hamuli'- book-
no. 121 commercial avesue,
Between .Seventh aud Eighth street.
The splendid stsmtr
Uiau. 1'owlik, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
4 p.m For freight opasago apply on boat or
BU B. O. TAB EH,
Will resume tho practice ol his profession
with csneclal reference to the electrlca
treatment ol dinoases in all thn new nrwl lm.
proved methods of application.
In all caes or female complaints a ady
will bo In attendance.
umce, 1J8 commercial avenue, up stairs.
U. WAKDNER, M. D.
Olllce and Besldence 111 Com innr.ifnl fit...
nue, (next door to the Athcncum).
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
MK9IDENCE Nn. 21 'n.M.,1. t.
LV tweeu HKuhlnKtOD avenue and Wlnutstrt.
UiUce Hi Comiiierclsl avenun, tip stulra.
O. W. DUNNINO, M. D.
RKSiuE.MiK cornerMnth and Walnut sts,
Otbce corner filxtk Htreet ami flhln
uuioe noun irom a .m. to m., and p.m
DR. G. E. DOUGLAS,
A constant Sllimlv of mire. Nllrnut n,
(la. r the paluleM extraction of teetli. at
t li A I lmtt ti I It i wn.iu I m Is.... ..I '
to Dr. A. M. Austin, Klghth street. Mil
WHITE UOLLAil PLAN ING MU,i
N. WAI.TIIKN, Proiirlc tur,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLES, OKDAK POiT.S
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Kuralshed on shortest notice.
Uotiitnorciul avoniio, botweon Tenth and
I'OI'LAIt. WAL.NTT, ASH
YELLOW PINE FLOORING
For sale at low llgiiie. ,-a,
X2sr c n Xj cj ijz b 23 ir.
FENCING OR SHEETING
.'"old very cheap by
A t) 2w. Caiuo Box anh U.vskkt Co.
B.j F. B It V A N T ,
-Near Twenty-sixth Street,
uio Uvkk, CAIKO, ILLS
All klll.lt i,l I nmlinr. Out.- Inn!nr. r.v.
press. Walnut, etc., delivered In any part
of the clt) free of charge.
MiValr.onaS elicited, und satMaction
C. Ilnnny wishes the
public to bo informed that he
has 011 hand a Stock of Dry
Goods and Carpets as exten
sive as any in the Southwest,
and that he is determined to
sell every article at price
lower than the lowest. Call
on him to-dav and examine
iroods and prices. He will
satisfy you both as to quality
Olvcn by the
O A I It O T i: 11 N E It SOlJl K T
MM 11 .IIOI'M) CITY.
Si-nd.w. M.w 1, is::;.
The Calm nnd Vlm-cmics railroad ha
been chartered for tho occa-lon.
Traln will leave Winter's block, corner
Seventh treet and Cumnierelal avenue a
Klr.-t train at b o'clock a.m
."econd " at I " p.m.
Third at Sinn " p.m.
'I'lip last train will return to Cairn at 7
o'clock In thu evening.
1 he entertainment ilurini; the ilav will be
' GYMNASTIC FEATS.
And (iumewit all kinds.
A general Imitation l eMendud In the
FIFTY CENTS Kolt ItOl XI) TltlP.
(iuod muic will be In attendance, and wi,
assure a good time.
COMMITTEE OK ARRANGEMENTS:
Louis Herbert. C. Under. W. Alba.
AV. IlL'DEli, fresiJent.
FOll COPYING THE LAWS AND
JOUIIXALS 01' TIIK 28TII
On or before the 2-Sth day or May, 1S71,
and until 12 o'clock in. ot said day, sealed
proposals will bo received by the commis
sioners of public printing for copying the
laws, Journal nnd Joint resolutions or the
Twentv.uiulith L'eneml itHwut. .lv or
stato or Illinois and lor such additional
copylmr ns may be ordered by said general
Such t)ronoal mush bo in tilnticate. one
copy to h clcfiolteU with tho secretary or
.-...it uu im: uuuuur oi puonc ac
counts and ono with thu stato treasurer,
and accompanied by a hond, for tho ralthlul
perforrnnnco ol' thu contract, in tho penal
sum or $5,XK, signed by two sureties. Said
bond must bo satl-factory to said coininl
sloners, and bo apnrovedby the governor,
and tiled in his olllcc until thd awurd is
Each proposal mti't be accompanied by at
least ten lines ol the hand-writing ol tho per
son making thv proposals legal cap paper
taken a- the mcasuie.
The governor and tho commIi.'Ioiicrs ol
public printing icscrvo to tbeinelves tho
rightjto reject tiny and all bid. The proposal1
will bo opcneil at three o'clock p in., Wed
nesday, May its, 1873, In the otllcu ot the
governor, and tho contract then and there
awarded utile" all bld are rejected.
fU:o. II, Hahlovv, Scc'v ol State.
C. E. LlPI'lNCOTT, Auditor 1. A.
K. Uutz, Statu Treasurer.
5-11 d'Jw. Commls-loncrs Public Printing.
ARNOLD & MYERS,
Co nun i s s i o ii ZI e r c h a n t s
Olllce (for the piv-enl) . at lie Walile''
Are prepared lo sell all kind ol proper))-
milium in nn i-i'mmift-iuil. iHliJ mil.
Z. I). MATIIUBB.. X. O.UUI.
MATOUSS 4 UIJL,
Commissi on Me hc hants
iAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
JOHN JJ. I'HLLIS i SON,
iHuccMiors to Jolm K, Phlllu,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
Coh. TENTH. 8T. ikd OHIO LEVP.
8 A M WILSON,
D 1 l I 1 M
I' HOVI8IONS K T O.
THE QUE AT CHICAGO SHOW ! !
AMERICA'S EXPOSITION OF WONDERS,
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THE .MENAtiEIME DEPARTMENT Itrpl.-U- wiili vvoii.Irmm ww in
A MPSEI'M nr ntiiiiiale uii.l iiiaiflniatiSSiatiiie.' "
THE CMRCI'S DEPARTMENT i Wyuinl nil .l.ml.ltl..! lmt evsi vvittui il
bciiif; composed cntiioly of Ari'iiii' (Vlclnitc.
The Cliaiiiplon It.lic.bai k lildrr ol the Wi.iM
And hi- taleiiteil -on-
CI.ARENi'E A.l EI,'(ii:.VK ItOltl.VSOV
Tin; lli alltlllll and Aecoinpll-lied
In addition In the iliieipialed eonvrox or ar
tl"l, this only miniature elrcu In the world
embracing ,:o beaiitirul ehildicn.
SHIRTS TO SPECIAL MEASUBB.
ROBERTS & CO.,
(Successors to Roberts A Elnloy.)
SHIRT TAILORS, HATTERS, AMI) GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHERS.
Shirt made to order In the most artMlo manner or tho beet fabrics known, and warranted
EXTRA DURABLE AND PERFECT IN FIT.
All meas-urc preserved, and parties des,nK can duplicate their orders at any time.
SATISFACTION CillARNTEED oh
MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED
SWrSinl".!1?" i'i'T .r"r 'C" "ea"'n'nt forwarded on application.
hhlrts hlpjied O.O. I to any partot the L'ninii. ' lioiJKUTS.V CO.
- --TMnM- ' 1 1 i i t TT
and Champion Circus
a ' ' vfe '3.5
PL YIHG SHIP
OK THE AIK.
The nbovo features our apcclali
that can only l
witnoMod in tho Oreat Chicago Show,
and will bo introduced at each enter
tainment in additon to tho Museum,
Monagorio and Circus.
WILL E.VIIIIIITAT CAIRO
Monday, May Hi, 187:..
Doort open at 2 and 7 o'clock .
ONE TICKET, . f,0 CTS.
Admits to all tho (hows.
74 OHIO LV-Ji
Retail and Pref-crijitio
. Jsm Corner V"i
'flklllll.rf r,i, . .
and Eighth uticet.
Of chamol, and rabbit nkln
mr weak luiifs.
At BARCLAY BROS.
EOlt .SORE THROAT,
Prepared and sold
Hv IIAROLA Y liROS
And Ditlnfectaiit lorfitablo
At RAKOLAY IIRO.S.
,tnd "Universal Standard.'
At BARCLAY BRog,