CAIRO DAILY JlULLETIN, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1873
PaMtoaltoa ec, BatlDtira Bnlldlag
OA1HO AND VINCENSK9 nAtLIiOAI)
Train now Icavo Cairo and Mound City as
l.ttr ti m .
Leave Mound City.
1 US p.m.
Crus. 0. ffoon, tien'l Ticket Ag't.
TlitZ TABLE OF TIIK ILUHOU CI.NTKAL
i ait nnitt
Mill train. Jally
Arrtrc Kxprm dally ...
CARJO AND ST.
3;4." p m
. ,:tu a I"
iVhinire of car- from Cairo to Loin.
No"ch" " fin Clro to Chicago.
55n "Sawing """ tocpliiu car on all
3SK ns. Uaggage chMMd to all tnipor-
mdtioluts . . , . .
Cairo I-'iN wnf mw ami u. ,
rlt-o dally excri'i ouuo..;, i
JaIBU AN,VVN UAU.l'.OAl)
On and after Monday, February n. is;a,
rains on the C. and V. railroad "III run a
yave Cairo 7:t: a. in.
' Mound City.. i:li "
" Eldorado .. l:."p. m.
Cannl .... "
.Mr. Caroiel. 4:
tire ViDcenne . o:40
ruir. p. m. le.
' Carmt ..
Mound City.. 4i'K p. in.
is.rrtTei.airo .. o.v ..i
Connection at Vlnccnnes with the
inapolliand incennc-.Ohloaiid Mls-iuipld, i
tniJ tvanst li e ami v. raw loru-v c riuroa.is;
Ll Ml, b-tuil ., .wi.tn.t.ii. .iu.,
vl r.nn.i ..lo, tl... lni.l.lll. .....l v.....
lbany air line; at Carnil witli tlie j-t Loul i
tad southeastern: ut NorrisCltv the Srirlnir- .
3eld and UUuols soilthca-leni ; at Kldorado I
wuu tec suawnectonu urancu oi inc
Iul and jouthea-ttrn ; at Cairo with the
Mobile and Utiio railroad tran-fer boat, and I
teaucra for Mciuphl-, lted 1th tr. VicU
burg and New urlean-.
Cius. O. Wools Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
dso. Lr.E, .in., Mip't.
LOCAL WEATIIKU IlKl'OHT.
U. S. Sin. f.I'... iJif.Ki.vrn' Orricr,
C airo, May 14, ls7"., Hr.M p.m. (
Theraiometer ft'. drees.
Wind, northea-l, velocity o mile per
Weather, llsht rain.
Maximum temperature la-t 21 hour, at
p. m.,6, degrees.
Minimum temperature, last '.'I hours, at
a. m., 00 degrees.
Prevailing wind la-t 21 hours, o.t.
Total number or mile.- wind travelled, last
24 hours, 140.
Total rainfall In Inches, ,m.
Davih V. Haknkit. Observer.
We are authorized to announce that
David J. UaVer Is n candidate for Judge ot
me iwenty-lxth Judicial circuit. Klwctlon
Two boys to work in Tuk Hullkii.v press,
room for a few week. Annlv at tli uillcv,
V.. A. llfJi.virrT,
To rent a small hou-e. Addrc-s
C. K. llolll.N.sON.
MKf lalro and iucennc- Jtallroad.
A tltuatlon as cook, fint-cla, in hotel or
boirdlnK'bou-e, best of references git en
Apply at this olfice. M.
Those eUht tine
and eut of Thlrtyfourth and I'oplar street.,
Voownx. tho itnrH Int. Aiw, ,h
known the Boyd lot. AIm the tenement
hou., corner of Thirty-fourth and I'oplar.1
Ttnnt, half cath, balance In one year. In
quire ol George fi-nrit.
EalooB.Veepen, and all others, are hereby
notified to tell no more liquor of any kind
'to mj husband. Jack Conner, or tbey will
V prosecuted to the full extent of the liquor
Uw, Catu VJU.fE CO.V.VKK.
Caieo, May 14, H7J. H'lOt.
NOTICE TO sALOON.KEEI'EHS.
SaJooD-ketfrs, and all other., are hereby
JKitJfltd to tU boroore liquor to toy bits band,
l'timp Bauh. Any person HDiog Hqiior to
h'a after tilt tUte, will be prosecuted to
the fu3 extent of the li'uor law.
CiltO, Hay 1-71 Sajuii iUvr.u.
NEW GOOD-;. I
Mr, Am Luig ol Eighth ttrst, ltsi n-n
OotamertUS uid WkshlcgVjn aituu-,, in,
Jott opvi out rvxk of new txl fashkn-
able allliiery irxdt. fche has ote hundrod I
and arty diBereiit stylet of Uu at-l V,boW, I
betide a Urge ttortmect ol riibt-n. cw.
trt lid ootiootot all tortt, ali ol stbi.-h wu
t mi at the lowest prttet.
ANNOCNCEMEN I . j
To any it-i tU who de.ue t Uuc,
genulni, Frenrljcalf.Vid, Morro.o or patent I
ttfStl.ft hklr .r l... i . . .
. w wvm, Afsiier or -live or ati I
ot all of the latest stjles. WlUlatu KWer. on '
Twentieth street, It read) to funjl-h them
at the most reasonable rate, a&4 guarantee. '
ood ttocV,good lit and perfect -ttui.. ti,ju 1
ICE CKE.VM SALOON
Ai warm weather It ippru-djing the 1
loveni of Ice crem will be glul t earu tllt
Mettn. flaup .tClirrkton have filte.l up aiei
refurnithed, fn elegant stjle, their ice crs a.,.
parlon. Their mammoUi soda lounuin has
alto been put In runulug order, and noihlug
it wanting about the establishment to ratki
tb pleasure and comlort of Iholr; patrons
Thlt popular hotel has been i,.iitt(j
tlnr.,n,.. ...1 I.. . ,
-f'"'! " HOW OUC Ol UH llll,t C(,U
lortabW Hopping p.cfB lM fa M
iraveUing publlo and permit 0,1,1,,..
Peasant . nutrter. by the week or month, wu"
alway, And them at ,h. Commercial hotel,
....... u0ru USXB Uen rtjiu.,,,(,
NO I ICE". "
tr.r.l.NOIH C'KNThll II 11 .
AflraT'8 0rKic:,CAriw, J,iy1,jt- ' '
On and utter this dale the tk'ktt' 0'fli,JB
will be Kept open for the aale of ticket. ,,,
t .m. t 12 m., and frm l-;w p m, t0 ft ,
nd from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The oilke will w!
beopened80mluuli before the deprUjri.
ol th nljrht tralnt. Jambs JoirNaoj.,
.MOCOVtC: ll idling Off t COt. f-'-' II.
f-cllfng off it cot at Moscovlc'. f-2 ',f.
P.-l-- Hhikf- bite JUlt received a tiUC
ii... ..unpr. which they offer fur
title m low a the losvest. 0-10-lw
. iikii. f Hum, luces, edsinc. ll
trimming of every variety at Hurger'..
The tilace to buy wall papur 20 per cent
cheaper than any other placo In the city l
No. 2, Seventh street
Try It. II. AliLK.
Tho Hurnctt steam cooking vessel, thr
, National American aim fcpicure urouers,
I the Dudley spiral eato and Uoor sprint.', at
Halle', I'H Washington avenue, im.
.tut received by Math.m A I'hl.Ct Ohio
I i.. in noil noimd. C. S. bacon: S.UH)
i I'oitiiUi bacon shoulders W tierce cbolco
If Isfli nt'w potatoes new beef; new
turnips; vv onion.
Hurger Is now ottering for sale a splendid
assortment of dress llk, Japanese sultlnr,
etc., etc., at the unci reasonable rate.
I 'Die mosiiultoes. knat, Hie, bin: anil
mosiiultoes, kliatt, llli",
are comliir, o jiropare
sell bv cntrriiiff your liulow with wire
cloth from llallcy's j you can sleep without
bars, and dluu without ille. 4-'.'l lm.
I'ure cider v linear, iloublu tron?, war
ranted to preserve iilckles, tor -ale by the
barrel, and at retail, at It. I Tlilrlecke'
vnuer) store, ahlii(;toii avenue, between
jVni'Jiid J.'letviilli atrcoM; Mltf
I'ara-oN and a l.ili'f lor ol cUtom maila
imols and -boe are sold olicap at lluryji'.-.
t". M. Ward Is now picparcil ro deliver tlic
hel ol sawed and -plltlilukory wood to anv
patt of the city. Al-o all kill Uof wood and
, coal alw . on hand. Leave order at III
' ollii'e, corner Seventeenth -ireet and Com
t ineicial .ivcniie. y.-J." if.
MoscovU, Wasbiuston avenue, near
Teliib slreel, i ollliii' off at cnt. ."..J tl'.
I Xvw -tock and new ftjle ol wallpaper!
I lint,). .ill. u-lti.tnll. ..I... rtt.. ..( If L I
paints, nils, window !, etc., ctu., at It. K.
Mcli.'s new -loir. Wa-hlinrt..n Pi.ti,,
tjiiiii nireet. tall aim see tlic latest
stjlca lit wall tuner beforo twiicba-lu el-c
where. 4. pi.
A new and beautiful ortment of grcna
dlitCfJare.now lor ale at lluivtr'-. I 'all and
The next tegular commuiili'atlnii o
QDelta lodLje No. .V,t a. K. anil A. M ,
will be held at Mii-oiiIc hall thi ( riiur-dav i
evening at si o'clock. Vi-lllng biothcr
eordlallv llitileil to attend. W. A. Slaw,
Illrd cage-, llo'-vcr ba-kets, wire cloth
riddle, sand screens, rake, hoc, -hotel-,
pailc, spading and hay fork, step nih! ex
tension ladders, wood pump and a general
aiMjrtinent of tinware, stove- and hoiie fur-
uUliiiiggood, at llalley'.
We are the solo ugont lor the sale of Mil-.
sou's, pure cider vinegar, made on hi farm
at Cobdon, Illinois, put tip in convenient
sized package. for family u-c, and everv
package warranted pure.
W lf. Cot i KV, 1'ack & Co.,
No. .V) Ohio l.evec.
It jott want good goods at cost, go toMos
cotics; Wurhington avenue, near Tenth
indow screen wire. w nter.-'ers, zero
reingcrators, tolTct set., bird cage and it
general stock of tin and llriunla ware, also
a itdoii stijiniy or the celebrated Charter
Oak cookin.' stoven at lowe-t llgures No
I'M, Commercial avenue.
C. W. llK.VDKitso.v, Cairo, IIUhoN.
Hurger has Jut received and oneneJ a
large stock ol damasks, najkfu. lottrJIngs,
etc., etc., all of which wili be -old cheaper
than rhey can be bought anywhere el-e In
Mr. ,1. M. Mo.kovics, tho entcrpri-lng
dealer In dry good, Washington venue
between Ninth and Tenth streets, offers, his
large and varied stock of eood at rost
1 nrlfs ltltvctstoala l t .
V Z 'd: 'f7' ' T. T ?, 01
1 Cry 001 of freT "riety and quality, and
the price at which he Is dlspo-lng uf them
are astonishingly low. Call upon him and
A new hotel hu been opened in the Urge
house located on the corner of Seventh
street and Washington avenue. It will be
known as Hrown's hotel, and proprlelored
by Mr llrown, wljos reputation as a hotd
kfper Is well-known In this city. The
hou has been thoroughly renovated and
refurnished, and ft In every way Iir-t-cW
The taWes are at all timet furnl.,,l ui.t.
the bt the tenon tffordt, and the charges
j hbenl, being only tl :o pr dty. Mr.
Brown solicits anl d-re- share of the
' public patrontge. vm,,
llorrer hit a complete Un of hosier;
afl klnlt, aad core!-, collar-. ua, el.-.',
It between Tub I'.fu.icTt.N oitie and
t- Chtiks ttotel, about noon estenljy
of buw, between twenu-lite tid
vhlrtj dolUrs. Ibe finder will ri-r.te,j
''. H t Ud-ofSrc,
v ' '
-Nol, m hereby sheu thit oi, n,j s)Ur
June 1, aN dotr. a-J ,IUU ,UM ,,..
're. will l : Lilkd by wt or under myj.
'ectlon. unkts the required ux 1, bi
-ioe. i will receite iloi' Ui on and
.Iter May 1.1 t ttje dry derk't offl.
"I t'l McIIaLK, Cily Mar-'Ml.
To-morrow, Friday laorning, till oVlo. ,
u jxxl work horit and a t,t of .loublr
lurn.s. ysill V ,u ,t auction at thUn en
table ol Mr. A. .1. Catte, nMr the corner ol
tenth stre. t and Washington avenue. T.
hor-- re goo-i work horv.. and milt...
d.iiibl ! sold at a barsrtin I In
... u .
Mr, lttie Coleman uke. this rnetho-l of
informing the public tlint the 1. no,. ,
fure I to do all kinds of line lauinlri ,. ...
ebi-uti rat... lin,i.. '. '
. 'f '""i'ii'k', ic., done
i a 'mail autanee perdoen 011 plalndolhi.
Families and liull v Mualt will rind It l0 t)R.)i'
advantage to lake their elolhe, lo Mi,. Co,..
man. Ht-sldem-e on Fourth trret, soUn,
slde.belw.-en Washington and ( onirrien-
Hid. will bo received at the oilier of
W. Thorrilou for grading and (otdlng the
drives and walks of St. Marj '. prk, accord,
lm. In iln. ul,t i.t.... j
... ... .,, ,,..gnu;a j out, 10 ne seen at
the ollice of Charles Thrupji. All work done '
10 tuhject to aonroval of the .,,,
for citliens, and a couiiiiltleo appointed hy
the mayor or city council. Ah 1,. 1...
done by the yard as measured by (.!. Thrupp.
si Tn "e tho right to reject
I'llll.. HOWAIU), '
Mty 13, I87d.
SAM: OF KlJt'M'.MENT .STOUKH.
There will be sold at public aiicllonto the
blKhet bidder, ut 10 a.m.. '' 'tlmrsday,
May Sill, 1S78, utthe nival station, Mound
City, a quantltyof navul eqiilpmcut lore
In part at follows, viz'
11 anchors li,2-v? pound.
1 set acnlca (counlor).
I " " (platlonn).
K4! yards cotton canva.
And a largo quantity of miscellaneous artl
cles, such a: Wire and Jnianllla rope, boat
aivniiiKs, rowlock, double and single block
lamp, old Junk, etc., etc.
icrnis. Ten per cent, in government
fund on the conclusion ol the sale, and the
remainder within ten days, diirliuc which
time the article mutt be removed fiom the
.station, otherwise they will revert tu tho
Jly order of tho commandant ol station.
Kiuncis T. Uim.ktt,
.Vl.Vrf r.iymater t'. S. Navy.
The mot elegant enrl, ribbon and
ladle' neckties In the city an-at llurv'or's.
I'hoy can't bo beat for beauty, and are -old
for a mere ong.
SAt.K OK SKItVICKAlll.K AND fNSIIK.
vici:aiii.k oiidnanck stokks.
ill'iikvu ov oiuinanck. i
Navy Department, April 20, 1?7.1. J
The i-u will b old at public auction to the
highest bidder, at 12 in., on Tuur-day, Mav
'.I'lli, 1&7!!, at the naval station, .Mound City,
Illlnol, a quantity of cannon projectiles anil
iiiNccllaueou article of ordnance. In part
a follows, vl. :
ii! 81 pdr l'arrott i lilc.
:'. 20 pdr l'arrott riile.
1 .19 pdr D.ihU:reti rlille.
o.'O 'ulr Dalit'ien iltllc-.
2". !!2 pdr cannon.
Ill eight Inch cannon.
1 -ix inch mortar.
A large (itantlt), about 111 ton, ol ten
Inch, rftflit Inch, .12 pdr, .'in pdr, 21.' pdr, 10
pdr, and thirteen Inch mortar projectile
and lui-cellalieou-oiilnatii'e -toil', includ
log a lul of scrap broiie.
i trill-: ten per cent. In government
(und on tho coiiclu-lon of (he ale, and the
remainder within ten days, during which
liinc the article iiiu-l be removed from t Is o
-taliiin, olhcnvi-.' lliet will ivveri In the
It I to be dl-tlncllt iinder-tood lh.it no
guarantee will be given to purchaser nf
article otlered for -ale and noted in the
catalogue a regard their evact cnndltiou
or quality, liut It I bi'lieted, however, that
evervthlug offered fur sale Is a rcpruentcd.
W II.UAM N. .U rKKIC, Chlel r llureati.
Tho above i piibli-lied by order of tlic
commandant ot station, to whom perou- de
siring lo become purcha-er and wishing to
tn-pccl the article offered lor sale -hould
apply. I'llANt'lsT. OlI.I.KTT,
rviUilAwld l'avina-ter 1". S. Nat,
Hon. D. W. Miinn relurncil to Hie city
Deacon .-cott will .-oon open a new saloon
In a new house to be put up on the site of
his old one, which wa burned -oinetlme
Mr. Robert, of th linn of Hubert. & Co..
perfect lilting slilrt manufacturer, at
Sprlnglleld, lllinol, Is at tho St. Charles:
ltcv. Mr. ltaker l in the city working tip
Vc hopo ho may succeed. A llaptl-t
church, and several oilier i hurche, are
Krenilt needed right now.
Mr. I). T. I'arkcr ol this dry, 1 the coin
mltreeof Alexander county of the Illinois
Stale farmers- as-ociatiou. The purpo-e of
these county committees is to secure the
organization In ewry town-hlti of each
county of at least one Karmer dub or
grange, and to keep up a correspondence
with the ecretary of the State as-ociatlon.
(i. M. Smith, Kewaunee. Henry county),
upon all matters pertaining to the common
The steamboat Shamrock still lavt at th
wharf In this city. What she will do or what
will be done with her wc can't tell.
. Walters' "White Collar Planing Mill" Is
doing a good bu-lnes. Drcs-ed lumber I
being tunmd out by ten- of thou'and- of
Tbetlann of tire at an early hour la-t
night, w occasioned by the explosion of a
limp in The Hi'r.LKTrM ollice. The rlrc wa-
extlngiil-hed before any damage wa. done.
I'erson who have been notified ty the
hlth officer to remove "nul-tnce," and
Uiled to comply with surlj notlllcatlon, hud
belter look out. They mu-t obey or -utter
Uiuntv court, for probate and criminal
bu.inet, will content- on Monday nexr.
There are alfjut hall a iloen prisoners In
the county jail waiting trial. The business
of the probate side of the court will -oon be
A Commercial avenue silooi, keer.fr wa.
je.terday pulled bj Health orHeer Wooten
for "maintaining a riiil.jQre," 71,, time ol
Judge liros-' i-ourt btlng otwupied 111 the
hearing ol auother raw, Hie trial .-,, i.t if
I until this ruorriing.
I We call attention to the lo al notice, in
1 tun lue. of Mr. Hurger'. spring stock ol
,-ois. lie is one or me most ciiterptl.lng
Uiercliantt iu the ' ill, -nd alwayt s. ll, llJj
gvxls it low price., believing that qni.-k
ies ami low prom-, pay lctter 111 the long
run. Till, j.olh-y has eriahl.-d Mr. Hurg.-r to
incrcate nit -lock from time to time, a. oc.
ca-lon required, until he now keep, on jar
one of fhe largesl and best dry good ..,.-k
k. pt in the city, lie merits Ihf patronage
or ih' people.
! lb-fore K. Ilro-, I', m.i
H.i.ines. wa. Hotter) bri-k iu ihe police
i-ourt. je.tcrdny. Not mole rhau half a
iloen i:ac, were fried during the dat
Michael Collins got wound ar-und the out
lde ol loo miidi benliie, and us a ion,,..
qllclice became top-heavy. 1 was Liken
before liros., who sent hlmto the dtv i;ul in
sober oil. Thoina-, Christopher and M ir
tain were up on a .miliar charge, and were
fiirnl-hed board and lodging wiih the cm
jsucr inr uir u ilav each,
I Hal. hlinmoii, v'vaseaughl.'vvilh a pair of
, , , j.o-u-sion, ami vvns
. taken beloru Itro-. lo . what would be
) 'io mm. lie Was charged f.,".
I uie privilege 01 carrying such infernal
The alarm ol lire night befoie la-t wa- nc.
casloned by the explosion of 11 lump in a
house on SeveliteenlU street. The l.nm.
sV''"!,'i7!.,,Ji ,hu"U" "u"'' -aid
-"... ....i iimiiii, aiiu men Ihe
drunken man gat 0 her a llrsl-clas. w liljijitnv
He was before Illrd yesterday morning arm
Uxed ilo uiid the cost for his .port.
A stear stealing ca-e was Irled beforn III.
Il'iuor .fudge Hros, yesterday. The parties
whoV uU inanby the name of Huse,
wno lives somewhere near Gooso Island, Iu
!' county, aa ir, N. i1(m,, ,h, ,m ,
rr. ll eemi that ome' two week ago a
Iiimii boi'ght Irom a -Iranger it .leer, for
which ho paid J2.V A d iy or two after pur
chailng the steer, word caiuo to .Mr, Wil.
Hani that the beef had been toleu from a
man named Jerry Mcli limy, and he at once
went lo work to find the mall from whom
he hail purchased the bullock. Tim where
abouts of till man lluo waucerlalneil,ainl
a w in rant for hi arrest sworn out. Deputy
hherlir Cain, accompanied by Williams,
weut to the country, and m.ido the arrest.
Four wltnees wore that ltu.-u Was tho
man who sold the steer to William-, and two
other. te-tllicd just a positively that lue
wa not In the ell) at the time the steer win
sold. Hile wa discharged.
The mot beautiful percale-, Jaconets and
oilier tvhllo tire- g'"d- eter brought to
till in irket, can be bought tor t'Xceeillngly
low price at Hurler'.
MAN Ilf ilSltl llt.V MANOI.KD
Ktl.l.KD II V TIIKCAItS.
Ve-lerd:i morning at about 2 o'clock,
another of those sliticniiig accldeli s bv
which human Hie I olleii taken, happened
on the (iliio levee in Ihl elly. A man
named .loseph Sullivan, a resident ol Flora,
In this state, wa killed while ultcmpliiig to
cro- ihu Illinois Lenlral rallio.ul Hack in
front of Miller .V I'.uker' store. A man b
the uamo of Ileal arrived In Ihl city a ilav
or livo-lnre bi iiiL'liig with him sumo forty
coop of chicken-, width he intended -hip-ping
South. Ileal lell Millnan In chargo of
the chicken, lo walch them over night, the
j coop being placed on top or a barge which
'lay at the lower end ol ll.il.iilav' whail-
boat. Milllvan Ic 1 1 the barge and went up
on the levee. It I- -:iid he wa- In I'ark'
aloon gettlug a dllnk. mid that at inbuilt 2
a. in, came nut ol the -.iIhiiii on lUv leu-e.
and 'tarted to eio- the track The locomo
live wa backing down luury, and
he thought he roiild crn-s the track
tvlthiuil danger. Ill-I'imt slipped, howt trr,
and In lell, Hie wheel- pi lug over III- leg
and an arm. It wa moving o luwl, that
it wa tnppei iu-taiitl, aliim-t right nu the
man. He wa- taken up mid earrii'd to the
Arab ciuiii'-liou-f, where he died about n
a. III. lie wa- pi'rlecll) ruil-cioll-, and ile
clareil bcroru hi- deatli lh.it the uligiliit I'
could tinl be blamed. It was nil hi- own
fault, lie leave-, we hear, a wife and tin "
children In KIo.m. 'I'M- will e terrible
news to them "' oiignt to l,r a warning lo
ever) body. HI Irielid- hate been tele
graphed lo know what to do witli ihe blv.
All Inquest wa laid, and :terdlcl rendcicii
in accordance with the facts abote -l.iii d.
We understand a di-palch wa received late
Cicriiay evening fuin -iilllvan . wife, -lat-Ing
that Phe would arrive here this niutnlug.
Hurger lu- Jutt received, a lull line ol
summer die goods of every dc-cription,
which will be -old cheaper than the cheap-
.Steamer Illinois, t'oltimbui
" Gen. Anderson and b'gs, Canton
" Hello Memphis, .Memphlt
" John Gilmore, pasted down
" Lallelle, St. l.ouit
" ksnxiUy Oivy, Nuw Orleans
Ooal City mid tow, Ohio river
.ias. risk, Jr., l'aducah
" Capitol City, til. Louis
" Glasgow, Illi L-.n.n
" .Mary Miller, Arkansas rivor
b'loamor Illinois, Columbus
" Gun.Andurton and b'gj, Oblnu
none .viempnii, fct. J.01111
" John Uilmore, .N'ew Orleanj
" Smoky City, Ohio river
'! V'tV''ty H"d t0W Pa'-'ed down
"' risK,.ir., i-utlucan
" Capitol Citv, Vlck.burg
" Glatgow, Ilickrnan
r " Mary Miller, Louitville
The Ohio is "cutting h twell." havlnt-
rima at the ralo of kij inch an hour for
mo tw.nty.four houri ending at 0 o'clock
1 111 nigni. vv nether sha will kc(.n nn ri.
ing until the banks dltippear.tUe- weather
clerk waj not, at last account, ublo totav,
HnU-fira, I. 1. l.r,ll,.,..l . U t. , '
..v., .. uuiuj.uu sua is just out "on
lark," and will toon tobur down arid be
comi hertelf again.
Th Mi-ilsiippi ii almost at a stand still
and will probably bo fulling by to-rnor
row morning. However, tbo rise fn the
Ohio will keep up a go j stage of water
toe i.urnoeriarid river is still riling and
big water ii expected out of that stream
on the levee yeiterUr war unusually
uun. inue?t tne dav w.s without doubt
the dulle't of the aeaior,. ,in fell at in-
tervalt throughout tb day, and went 1
long way to retard the progress of the lit,
thi butinets that transpired.
nearly km tno hoaU gWtf, ,iuwn t(je
.viuiiiiippl went out with light tripi.
Tho Hullo .Memphis took from thii port
S'.fi I.I.I. f... 11 ....I. . . . '
iu, w.noiia. one imd a Mini
The Capitol City, for Vickiburg, loft at
j o clock p.m. Mm took on 60 urn hero
Her ifiengur list was also very .lim.
Tim prospaetivH race to como oil' soon
between tho celebrated ituaiiiurt Jlohurt
K. Lee and City ..l Natchez, is n tubject
of coritidurablu i .mmuiit umong river
men; and it it dull. ult"to tell on which
bout tho bulk of favor in hollowed. How.
over, there are prominent river men who
are of the opinion, and aro lyjlling to back
their judgment with money, that
if thu raco comci oil' the Hob.
ert h. Leu will gnin carry away the
prize. Why, we can l tell, but certain it
is that tho I,eu leaving out of tho quel-
lion all thit raco business it u great fav
orite among all c,!iu r nursoin who
"follow thu rivor. And hi for her owner
and captain- Cannon- if anything was to
happen to hit "darling, ' "pet," his "Hobby
Leu," it would drive him out of his wits,
for. he It as much nttached to Iiih bout ai
Ins ii to his own life.
ukatii nr vius, o. J. niiAMMKit.
From a dispatch received hero yesterday
morning by tho firm of I). Kurd A .Sun,
ve learn of the death of thn wife of Capl,
G J. (Iriimmor, president of thu Memphis
nl Kvaitsvillo pacliet company. Mn.
'irnmmer hat boon tick for tometimo, nj
hur death wat not unlookod for. Mhu wat
daughter of tho Into Capt. II. T. Doitur,
Capt. Oraminer'a prodecettor us
pre.iJont of tho packetj company.
Sho wm no exompUry woman In every
toipoct, and lit death will Li mourn
ed by a largo circle of ffiunjY The fitner
' will tako placo to-day, at Kvans
villo. Within the past three yuan Capl.
Uratnrnar has harried two brothers', two
children, his father-in-law, and now hit
Tho St. Louis 'Koptibllcnn' ays, Capl,
All' Cutting of tho .Metropolis boat-yarda
arrived in that city yustorJay and will re
main a few days.
Hlchard England, for a niimhor of year
connoctod with th-v river, died in Now
Orleans last Saturday, aged oil years.
Swiss mu, tuileloli, Fieiu'lialid Ham
burg embrolilerle. at Hurger's. Great bargain.
City STatlona! Dunk RulldlntT.
M.Hpectal attontion paid to orders Irom ttam
NO PICK TO CoNTHAOl'OHS.
( ovivrrroNi-.Ki' oi i k 1:, )
ANNA, III-.. illlV 14, i;.i. 1
e.-iled proHial will be received until 1
o'clock p. m., on the ITth day nf .Inly next,
lor the erection and completion 1 above the
basement storyi or Ihe rt-iitcrbulldliignf the
Southern llliuol liivitiii avlum, located ut
Anna, I'liloticounlv, lllinol. Seper.-ilo bid
will bo received lor Ihe brick-vvork, and the
price per lil laid ill Ihe Wall Mated. A bond
of two ihou-.iiid dollar u.u-t accompanv
each hi I, conditioned that II the contract I
awarded, the bidder will promptlv enter in
to contract for the work so let. 'The eon
tl.ictor will be required to give bond ill dou
ble the amount ol contract price, to be up.
proved bv the governor for a lalthful com
pllanet'ol the term ol the contract. Plain,
and speclilcatiou- will be on exhibition at
tlic ollice ol the commissioners iu Anna, on
and alter the llr-t dav or July next, wluie
blank piopo-.il can be had. 'lhr coiiiiul
loner re-i i-v, ihe rich! to reject any and
all bid-. H 11 irni.t:., i
lluiwi U'.u.kki:. roin-.
.".I.'i int. .Ir:r. Ill.-llm-, )
(ilvctl b) the
C A I it O T 1' Ii X E ll S O C 1 K T Y
.M:lt .-tlltl'.VIt 4'ITV.
Sivimv. M.v !. 7..
The Cairo and Vlncennc railroad has
iieen cliartercd for rhu occa-ioti.
Train will leave Winter'- block, corner
Seventh Micet and Commercial avenue a
follow.: First train at 0 o'clock n.in
.-econd " at 1 " p.m.
Third " M'liU)" pin
The hi-t train will rctiiin to Cairo :it T
o'clock In the evening'.
I he cnterlaiiiioent during the ilav will be
And Gameoi all kind-.
A L'em-ral invitation 1
extended to the
FIFTY CENTS Full HOt'NI) THII'.
Good rrili.fr will be fn attendance, and we
COMMITTEE OF AIIHANGE.MENTS:
Loul. Herbert. C. Huder. W.AIba.
W. H l.'UEH, I'rcsiJent.
P It O P O S A L S
I" OH COPYING TIIK LAWS AND
JOl'RNALS OF TIIK 2STII
On or before ihe '-iii ii.e
and until IV o'clock m. ol -aid ilav. .eai'mi
t'i-an isi i oo rcceiveil l.v ,.,i..
"loners ol public printing for copying the
laws, Journal and joint resolution of the
lvvcnty.eli.-hth general assembly of the
siaie oi Illinois, and for such additional
einb'lyV '" ur"':t"'1 ,J-V '1,,J 't-"cr-l
aucn propo-au rnusb bo in irii,ui.
copy to he dei.o.ltc.l with tho lecrerarv of
-late, one with the auditor of public' ac
counts and one with the t.n.. V,.,.,.
ind accompanied hv- a bond, for h... V.i i
i'm'lf07'a.n;Lc'r1lm! con'ract. In tho penal
Slim of S.i.fjOO. L'lied l.v Iti'n .(i... V..i .
bond mu-t be satl-factory to said commls
sioncrs and be approved by ihe governor,
and tiled in his oill. e until thd -ivvard h
Lath proposal mii.t d,. i,vii,,i.i i... ...
least ten lines oi the hand wrlimgol the per--on
making Hie proposals-WKM cap paper
.n. , in,- jiii; i-uie.
I HO COVCn Or ailll t ie enintlllk.lnnr.r. l
public printing reserve to thetn.elvcs the
riL'hCloreiectaiiv and all h,U. Tin. i,rnn.-.i.
will he oiiened at three o'clock p iu., Wed
ncsday, May la;;;, in ihe mil,... ,.i il...
governor, and the contract then and then;
awarded unless nil bid. are relceled.
Gun. II. Haitl.ow, See'v ol Stale.
C. V.. Ln-i iNcor r, Auditor 1'. A.
L. Hur, .-tate Treasurer.
11 Viw, Coiiiiiii,,ii,ner.s I'ublli I'rluting.
ii.OLi) ii .aiyi-:iis.
Coinini.ssio n M orch n n I
oiiiee (for flic
present i ll l,r Wiilde'
Ant prepared to -ell .ill Mud
mu-t Inn or on coiiiiin,.on.
II. MAI II UBS..
x. n . mi I.
MATHUSS k UUL,
Commissi ok Mkrc hants
IAY AND WKSTJiRN PRODUOK
JOHN Ji. PIILLIS & SON,
iHuccm.ort to John 11, I'hillit,)
DKALKRS IN II AY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &e.i
Con. TENTH-8T. akh OHIO LKVE
THE GREAT CHICAGO SHOW ! !
AMERICA'S EXPOSITION OK WOiNDEKS,
TIIK .MKXAOr.lIIK DKI'AUT.MKNT ltcplolo with vvomlroua ..eciincti.4
A MlTaKI'iM of uiiiiiiiili! ami inaiiiiintc riDttiro.
TIIK CII.CI'S DI'.I'AK T.M UNT i lieynn.l all loiil,t tlic l.ct cvcrwilnocill
bcin eniupoH'il cntirclv nf Arciiio Culebritu.
Thu Champion Hare-bach Hlder nl Ihe World
And hi talented -on-
cL.vitr.xi-i: ami i:i;(ii:xK iiom.v stiv
'I he r.eiiutltul and Aecoinplih' il
In addition lo the utieliiiled eonre- ( :r.
H-I-, the onlv mlni.ihlie drill- in lln worM
cnil.r.i. iiix :Vt beautiful ehildieii.
SKIRTS TO SPECIAL MEASURE.
ROBERTS &c CO.,
iSucce'tori to Hoberts Finley.)
SIHUT TAILORS, HATTEHS, AMI) GENTLEMEN'S FUHNI5IIEK3.
hlrt made to order in the most artl-tlc manner of the hot fabric known, and warranted
KXTUA DntAULE AND PKRFKCT IN FIT.
All mea-ure pre-erved, and parties de-lrlng can duplicate their order at any time
.SATISFACTION GI'AR.VTKBI) mi
MONEY CIIICKIIFULLY UKFIWDHD
.i V,irtVsi.v;!I,'u,;'r-,tiVoi,ii ,ror "!" "-p f-. m .-.ppiicninn.
nirt, sinjiped CO. I), to anv part ol the Cnloii. ' KOHEHT-i A CO.
DRU6GJS T S ,
IS; 01 ii
and Champion Circus
OF THE All!
above features our tneclall-
tie that cvin only bo
wltnp!od In tho Great Chicago .Show,
and will bo Introduced at each enter
tainment In additnn to tho Museum,
.Menagerie anil Circus.
AVI LL E.XHIHIT AT CAIKO
Monday, May ID, IS7'3.
Doort open at 2 and 7 o clock ,
ONE TICKET, - 60 CTS
Admit lo nil tho-hnYTI.
74: OHIO LLVEE
and Eighth struct.
chatnnls rind rabbit skin
for Weak lungs.
At HARCLAV HH08.
KOH POIIE THHOAT,
l'rcpared mid sold
Hv HA KOLA V URos
And Disinfectants forStables
at hauclay niios.
HONEY. HEE "
And "Universal Standard.'
At BARCLAY BROS.
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