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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
CAIRO AND VISCENSK3 RAILROAD
Trains ow leave Cairo and Mound City as
Leave Cairo. Leave oun.r City.
" m. P;?1'
6:16 p.m. ,
Cius. O. Wood, (len'l Ticket As t.
ilMK TXBX.K Or THK ILLINOIS CENTRAL
,....2:40 a in
....3.4A p m
...,3:4.t a ni
Arrive KxprcM dally....
Nocnanci ot cr from Cairo to Louis.
No ehange of cam from Cairo to Chicago.
Sent Drawing ltootn sleeping caw on all
SgBt tralna. Datgago chccKedto ill lmpor-
'Caro 'ftSt. Louis Lines arrive and depart
wire dally except Sunday, p. m., at i:W-
,A1B0 AND VINOENNES RAILROAD
On and after Monday, February 0, 1873,
rains on the C. and V. railroad will run as
press. a ate Cairo 7:ba.m.
Mound City.. 8:10 "
' Eldorado ... UMp.m
" Norrls City.. 21 "
" Carml 3.-01 "
Ml. Carmel.. 4:M "
.-Tire Vjncennes... 6:40 "
..eavc Vlncennes... 7 aw a. m.
Mt,Canucl.. 8:22 "
" Carml tM "
Norrls City.. 10:32 "
' Eldorado. ...11:00 "
Mound City.. 4"3 p. in.
rrivo Cairo bM "
r:15 p. m. Ic,
r:40 " ar,
fntinaMlni. nl Vlllfpnnna With the UlUl-
Lnapollsand vlnccnncs.Ohlo and Mississippi,
and Kramrilie and Crawfordsvlllo railroad;
at ilt. Carruel with the Louisville and New
Albany air line ; 'at Carrui with the St. Louis
aad Southeastern ; at Norrls City the Spring
Held and Illinois Southeastern ; at Eldorado
with the Sbawnectown branch ol the St.
a....il.n..ii..i .1 ftM win. . v. ..
IOUIB anu evil M.vastvi II III U.liu .-.lit mu
Mobile and Ohio railroad transfer boat, and
teamen for Memphis, Red Ulver, Vicks
burg and New Orleans.
Chas. O. Wood, Gcn'l Ticket Ag't.
J.so. Lei, Jit., Sup't.
LOCAL YYE.UHKK HUl'OltT.
U. S. SlO. SRR.. ODSKKVXR'a OPFICR, 1
Cairo, May 16, 1S7U, 10:11 p.m.;
Thermometer 04 degrees.
Wind, northeast, velocity 4 miles per
Maximum temperature last 2i hours, at
4 p. m., 78 degrees.
Minimum temperature, lat 24 hours, at
5 a. m., o3 degrees.
Prevailing wind last 24 hours, northeast.
Total number of miles Wind travelled, last
M hours, 122.
David W. Harnett. Observer.
We are authorized to announce that
David J. Baker is a candldato for Judge ot
the Twenty-sixth Judicial circuit. Election
on Monday, June 2, 1S73. td
To rent a email house.
i E. HOUlnnu...
6-H-tl Cairo and Vincennei liallroad.
Saloon-keepers, and nil others, are hctfby
notiilcd to sell no mora liquor of any klnJ
to my husband, Jack Conner.', or they will
bo prosecuted to the full extcutof the liquor
law. Catharine Connf.rs.
Cairo, May 14, 1873. ."-1 r ct.
DOGS I DOUS!
Notice Is hereby given that on and after
June 1, all dogi aud sluts found ruuulng at
large, will be killed by mo or under my di
rection, unless the. required tax Is paid on
Ibo same. 1 tU1 receive, dog tux on and
after May la at tbo city eleiV's otttce.
6-lttd Wm- McIIalb, City Marshal.
Parasols and a laigc lot ol custom made
boots aud bhoet are sold cheap nt ilurgsr's,
Mrs. Anna Lang on KigumiircKi, .ivcen
Commercial aud Washington avenues, has
Just opened out a stock of new and fashion.
able millinery goods. Shu has one hundred
and tlflj diflerent styles of hats and bonnets,
beside a large assortment ot ribbons, How
era and notions ot all sorts, all ol which wll
b sold at the lowebt prices.
To any and all wuo desire a tine
genuine French calf,kid, Morroco or patent
leather pair of boots, gaiters or shoes of any
or all of the latest styles, William Ehlers, on
Twentieth street, la ready to furnhh them
at the inot reasonable rate, and guarantees
good stock.good fits and perfect satisfaction.
ICE CREAM SALOON.
As warm weather Is approaching the
lovers ot ico mala will be glad to learn that
Meara. SauptClarksouhuve lilted up and
refurnUhed, In tltgant style, their ice cream
parlors. Their laammoth soda lountalu has
also Leen put in running order, and nothing
Is.waaUng about the establishment to in&U
the pleasure and comlort of their "patrons
This popular hotel haa been reUtted and
improved, aud la now one of the most com
lortable stopping places in the ulty. The
travelling public and persons desiring
plaa.aH quarters by the wtck or month.wil
always flud them at the Commercial hotel
Bates of board have been reducted as f0.
lows: Day board, $4 60 per week; transit
. . wa.a.suio V.lnAL J. Jt, lift 1
AO Wb Officje, Cairo, May i", i"73.
R. Oo, i
u u er mia date the ticket office
will be Kpt open for the tale of tickets from
a-m. to 1J in., and from 1:30 p.m. to 6p.w..
d tm 7 to m p.m. The office will ai,0
UopeAdaOffllnuici before tho departure
Bids wUlberece-.ved at the office m
in to pbU id ,J ciflc b rr(k' wcorJ
in. office of ClariV. ' t0 b "ten at
U to U .ubject ti ' L'?i-'P'' " Wrk d"C
tor citizen, and a comm. - M coffl'
.I.. C0IIualttee tni.olnt.t h
r Cny touru-n. .
don. by U.rdasmel.i . work 10 be
U bid.. . W W n'hl "J"1
aua copy, 1 4T' r '"OKhiiD,
Motcovlc lMflllnKOirlcoitJ f.-2tl
Selllnfi off at cost at Moscovlfl'.
All kind if linen, lice, edging',
trimming ofevcry variety at llurgtr'.
The place to buy wall paper 20 per cent
cheaper than nny other place In tbo city Is
No. i, Seumth street. Try It. 11. ABL.
The Hurnett iteam cooking vessel, the
National American and Kplctire broilers,
the Dudley tplral Rato and door tprlng, at
llalley'a, 108 Washington avenue. 4-'J4 lm.
.lust received by lathua .t Uhl, Ot Ohio
levee, 10,000 pounds O. 3. bacon; 2,000
pounds bacon shoulders; H) tierces choke
leaf hrd; new potatoes; new bcct; new
turnips; woulons. J-lWl
llurger Is now offering for sale a splendid
assortment of dress silks, Japanese suiting
etc., etc., at the most reasonable ntcs.
The mosquitoes, knats, tiles, bugs and
bumble bees, are coming, so prepare your
self by covering your window with wire
cloth from llallcy's ; you can sleep without
bars, and dluo without flies. 4-21 lm
l'ure cider vinegar, double strong, war
ranted to preserve pickles, for aale by the
barrel, and at retail, at II. C. Tblclccke's
grocery store, Washington avenue, bctwtcn
Xrnt nu Eleventh Urccts. G-Htr
Urocetlcs generally, and vegetables of all
kinds, always fresh, at Parker A Axlcj's.
F. M. Ward Is now piepared to deliver the
best of miwcU and rpllthlckory wood to any
part of the city. Also all klndsor wood and
coal always on hand. Leave order at tils
olllce, corner Seventeenth street and Com
mercial avenue. 3-25 tf.
Moscovics, Washington avenue, near
Tenth street, Is selling off at cost, b-2 tf.
New stock and new styles of wall paper
paints, oil", window glass, etc., etc., at 11. F.
Meigs new store, Washington avenuo and
Eleventh street. Call and see the latest
styles In wall paper before purchasing else
A new and beautiful assortment of grcna-
dlncs.are now lor sale at Burger's. Call and
Hlrd cages, flower baskets, wire cloth
riddles, sand screens, rakes, hoes, shovels,
spades, spading and hay forks, step and ex
tension ladders, wood pumps and a general
assortment of tinware, stoves and house fur
nishing goods, at Halley's. 4-24 lm.
Wc are the solo agont for the sale of Mus
son's pure cider vinegar, made on hla farm
at Cobdon, Illinois, put up in convenient
sized packages for family use, and every
package warranted pure.
4-13 tf, Cofkky, Pack Jfc Co.,
No. 05 Ohio Levee.
If you want good goods at cost, go to Mos
covics; Washington avenue, near Tenth
Window screen wire, water-coolers, zero
refrigerators, toilet sets, bird cages and a
general stock of tin and Britanla ware, also
a good supply of the celebrated Charter
Oak cooking stoves at lowest figure No
100, Commercial avenue.
U. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
llurger has Just received and opened a
large stock ol damasks, napkins, towellngs,
etc., etc., all of which will be sold cheaper
-than they can be bought anywhere elc lu
Coffee A sugar, CJ pounds for one dollar,
at Parker & Axlcy's. &-17 3t.
Mr. J. M. Moskovics, tho cntcrprlilng
dealer In dry goods, Washington venue
between Ninth and Tenth streets, offer his
large and varied stock of goods at cot
price. His store Is full of the choicest of
dry goods of every variety and quality, and
the prices at which hols deposing el tticni
arc astonishingly low. fall upon him and
satisfy yourself. 5-7 tf.
The most beautiful percales, Jaconets and
other white dress goods over brouxht to
this market, can be bought tor exceedingly
low prices at Burger's.
A new hotel has been opened In the large
houso located on the corner ol Scventb
street and Washington avenue. It will he
v-nown as llrown'a hotel, and nrniirlntnriMl
uj -nr. nrown, wliose reputation as a hotel-
keeper is well-known In this city. The
house has btn thoroughly renovated aud
refurnished, and U In every way flrst-clas.
Tho tables are at all tunes furnished with
tho best the season affords, and the charges
liberal, being on'y ?l W) per day. Mr.
Brown solicits and deserves a share of the
public patronage. riiU
Burger has a complete line ol holcry nr
nil 1,1...,- 1 . .. ... rf
an kiiius, iu corsets, collars, cutis, tt.., in
Honey in the comb put up lu one pound
tumblers at Parker & Axley's. H7 31.
Fine white ; slugle and double X amber
Ingle and double X Canary, best quality of
luwmia, diuo lencr, etc., etc. bO.uw for
sale, printed at W M to 0 60 per thousand
,ui Bulletin Office.
ourgcr nssjust received, a lull line of
dimmer dress goods of every description
iucu wmoo sow cheaper thau the cheap
ATTENTION SIR KNIfJHTS !
A special conclave of Cairo Com.
mandcry, No. 13, Knights Templar, will be
held this Saturday evening, May 17, at 8
o'clock, for the purposo ol completing ar-
laiigcinenis lor me Vienna excursion.
u is important that every Sir Knight
cuvium uu iu aiieuuanco.
Jamks a. PuiLLm, Recorder.
FINE LAUNDRY WORK.
--.a. .-emu vuicman lanes mis method of
uiu.mmg mo puuiic mat she is now pre
pare 1 to do all kinds of fine laundry work, at
imcs. riming, crimping, etc., douc
t a small advance per dozen on plain clothes.
amllles and Individuals will tlnd It to their
""""S' i we taeir cloibcsto Mrs, Cole
man. Residence on Fourth street, south
side, between Washington and Commercial
SABBATH SCHOOL CONVENTION.
Those Interested lu the Sunday School
"" 'c'iucneu to meet at the room st
tlm Vl.tinu lnnl. Pt..L.l..u .
.... .vu vuuiuuu associauon, over
iu 000.siore oi w. ji, Hockwcll Je Co.,
Uds (Friday) evening at hall-past seven
o clock p. ni., lor tho purpose of nominating
delegates to thebaic Sundav Kchonl n.
ventlon. soon to be hold in Springfield.
Brent. Alexander County 8. 8. Association,
fiW milillni. rl.l,,n. lf-..l i .. .
l,n-,. i . . ' uwi uu uam-
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MAY 17,
SALE OK FJIJU'MENT STORES.
There will be sM l publlo auction to the
highest bidder, at 10 a.m., on -luursuayi
May 2li, 1373, 1 mvoi siaiion, aioium
City, a ijuantlty of nnval cfiulpiuent Mores,
In part as lollows, vlr:
11 anchors S'.2iS pnutnK
7 chain cables,
1 set scales (counter).
M yard cotton canvas.
And a large quantity of miscellaneous arti
cles, such as: Wire and '.manllla rope, boat
awnings, rowlocks, double and slnglu block",
lamps, old Junk, etc., etc.
Terms. Ten per cent. In go eminent
funds on the conclusion ol the sale, and tlm
remainder within ten days, during which
time the articles must be removed from Hit'
station, otherwise they will revert to tho
By order of the commandant ol station.
I'HASCIS T. GIM.BTT,
M.Vtf Paymaster U. S. Navy
The most decant scarfs, ribbons and
ladles' neckties in the city arc at llurger',
Tliev can't bo bout for beauty, and are i-old
lor mere bong.
SALE OK SEIIV1CEAIII.E AND t'NSKll
VICEAULE ORDNANCE STORES.
llUUKAU OF ORDNANCK,
Navy Department, April 20, 1873.
There will bo sold at public auction to the
highest bidder, at12m., on Tuursday, May
29th, 1873, at the naval station, Mound City
Illinois, a quantity of cannon projectiles and
miscellaneous articles of ordnance, in part
as follows, viz :
fid 31 pdrrarrottrllles.
1 30 pdr Dahlgrcn rllllc.
8M ndr Dahlgrcn rllllos.
2S 32 pdr cannon.
40 eight inch cannons.
1 six Inch mortar.
A large quantity, about 411 tons oi ten
inch, eight Inch, 32 pdr, 30 pdr, 20 pdr, 10
pdr, and thirteen inch mortar projectiles
and miscellaneous orduanco stores, Inclitd
ing n lot of scrap bronze.
Terms: Ten per cent. In government
funds on the conclusion of the sale, and the
remainder within ten days, during which
time tho articles must bo removed Irom the
station, otherwise they will revert to the
It la to be distinctly understood that no
guarantee will bo given to purchasers of
articles offered for salo and noted in the
cataloguo as regards their exact condition
or quality, but It Is believed, however, that
everything otrcrcd for sale is as represented.
William N. Jkffkrs, Chief of llurcau.
The above is published by order of the
commandant of station, to whom persons de
siring to become purchasers and wishing to
inspect the articles offered for sale should
apply. Francis T. O illxtt,
S-O-d&wtd Paymaster U. S. Navy,
L. A. Patrtdgc, lor offensive and disorder
ly conduct, was sent to the calaboose lor the
space of live days.
Wm. Casey and John Lcary, were before
His Honor Judge I!ro, on a charge ol
fighting. Casey was discharged, but Lcary
went to the calaboose for live days.
There was but one or two cases before
Judge Bird, a report of which wc tailed to
Mrs, F. E. Albright is now
friends in this city.
Mr. L. O. Harris and a nuraoor oi ouier
....j -.i.,. r.nnlo. " in town yertcrdav.
Ex-Policeman John Shcehan is bossing a
gang of men working on the extentlon of
the Mississippi Central railroad.
A dispatch Irom Capt. Kurd, received In
this city yesterday morning, says they ar
rived In Denver on Wednesday evening, all
safe and well.
Mr. Kerr, late of Mound Clfy, with a part
ner, has purchased the necessary machinery
Mid Marled an uxc-handlc manufactory at
Thebes, In this county. If the enterprise
proves a sucec", tho firm, of which Mr.
Kerr is the head, will think about removing
the concern to Cairo.
Bishop Baltcs of AUon, arrived In till'
city yesterday, and Is the guet of Father
O'llallorun. Continuation, probably the
most Impressive ceremony of the Catholic
ahurch, will bo administered by Bishop
llaltes, to-morrow, at it. Patrick's Catholic
church, corner Ninth street aud Washington
ITEMS IN BRIEF.
1'he leamof horses sold by A. J. Carle yes-
terday morning brought f 1 10. A son ot ex-
Policeman John Shcehan was the purchaser.
On Twentieth street, near Commercial
avenue, Is one of the worst mud holes In the
city. It would worry a good team of horses
to pull a loaded wagon through It.
Workmen are engagod in removing the
earth excavated on Ohio levee. In putting
down the new track of the Illinois Central
railroad. Tho earth Is to be used In repair
ing me streets.
Tho Turner picnic will certainly oomo off
on sunuay to-morrow. All tho arrange.
tncnis lor me occasion have been completed
ami ii ttic weather is pleasant a "big tlrno'
may be expected.
rul. .. i. . .
me ttu oi repairing the sidewalks on
Hainut, between Fourteenth and Elgh
teenth streets, Is being done as fast as possl,
bit. Tho entire work will doutless bo com
pictcd during the present week.
The members- of the :IIIbernlan fire coui'
pany take particular delight In ringing tholr
now aiarm bell. At tho meeting of tho com
pany, held in tho early part of the week, al
most every member of the company had to
uavo a pun ai uie bell-rope. Touch It light
The Odd Fellows aro again talking about
uuying mis anu ijuiming a hall.
..urresponaciii Objects to killing do's by
oiiuuiiiit. um OOICCI Oil IS lint ,n..,l Tlnl
it mo only way to get rid of tho curs.
AUBSKUIUS JOr PUb S llll-r fl,lv.rtUmnMtu
r.. - . i... ..!. " .
uiu my per iw words is tho part of
"..num. yin auveruscnient set In nonperell
typo and filling tho space ofim Inr-l, i., n,.
tomuins, wouiu cost tindvr our 1.1,1 (li.v
cents, The same advertisement set In pica
would make threo or four nmr.. ,,
$1 60 or 2. But If tho bid were tllty cents
per 100 words it would CO hi tin liinp.. I..
large than in tho small type. UixLy uscd to
be a printer, and ho is up to our muff
ThG'filltl'rtr'.iFa In II.- . . ... '. .
- ...w. w.uv iciion ounoprintlnir
comntltteolnhvorollubW, and speaks as
, " "l ?n ,h !0,!W lmvu oec conclusive of
TV t. h"" rcpoi't would be
what It was. Mr. Nellls, lor some reason
docs not admire..,, and he, untor u ,Zy
Is the controlling ,ld on 'the com" ft
Mr. Morris unjustly attributes to u, the L
hat ho was not appolntod comptroller w !
Burnett was, and, much to our i
allowed little III will to harbor under Z
vest ever since that time. Mr. Rlttenhous.
wo lear, did not give the mtttler
nvUg.tlon. But U-..U right, Wb ,Z
mad, We're atpeaCc with aUtho world
REMAINS OF CIIARLK3 C. MUNN.
The remains of Mr. Charles C Munu were
brought to this city yesterday afternoon by
fie steamer Illinois, and were conveyed to
the residence or linn. I). W. Munn until
Saturday next, when the funeral will take
place. Rev. II. inayer win proaea me
funeral ermon m me ir'ujieiiim uimrcu
at 10! o'clock a.m., to-morrow .
WANTS HIS HOY.
tie. W. B. Crlchlow of Metropolis, ar-
rlvcd In this city yesterday in search of his
son, a boy about llftecii years ot age, who
ran away from homo several days ago In
company with a young r.ical named Sim
Short. If all reports arc true Sim Short Is
a very bad boy, and it was thrnugh hl per-
suatlnn ti'- voting Crichlow started out.
Although mot uiiiiwnt search had been
nutc, me iiiiing youngsur had not. up to
a late hour l.it night, been found.
Chief of Police McIIalc yestcrdav morning
found a negro on Commercial avenue, near
Eighth struct, niftering with what tho lie
gro said was mtasels. However, upon In
vestigation It wis loiiml tnat It wan a cleat
cac of small-pox, aud that in an aggravated
form. After stowing tho darky away, at a
ife dls'ance from th sidewalk, Chief Me
Hale liiortncd Health Officer Woottcn ol
the mat er. Mr. Woottcn took the negro In
chargu tud hadhlm removed to the ho'-pltal
where lo now Is, The negro stated that he
had bctu put ou here day before yesterday
by a ml bound lor Clnclniutl, The tic
is evidently well trained, for although he
has been at work on the boat for sometime
he can't remember her nnino. As this In tli
only caw of mull-pox In tlio city, It will
linnllv jay to rc-open tho pcst-houc.
"1H.VT WOMAN OR BLOOD."
Yct(iday afternoon a gentleman wc
stipposihe is n gentleman, for he looks like
one arlvod in Cairo lu "farch ol his wife.
He halh from Metropolis or somewhere
near thei;, and states that hi wife, to whom
he had l;en married for a long time, had
lelthlsbtl and board, and "lit out with
another fllow." Before leaving home he
had acerklucd that the run away couple
had come town the river in n skill ; that ar
riving at tlis city, they hauled to and come
a-hore. Ater procuring a supply ol pro
visions, the again boarded their skill and
resumed their Journey down
tho rlvci The lat heard of
them they were camped on the river
bank near jrfolk. .Mr. Charles Hunt, .that
being tho nine of the husband of tho runa
way womai; declared that ho would "have
that womauor he would relieve Mr. II. F,
Clayton of I considerable ipiantlty of sur
plus blood,,cforo he got through withhtm."
Clayton Is lie name of tho man who ran
away with luut's wile. The la-t seen of
Mr. Hunt ic was on the steamer Illinois
bound tor (olumbus, where he expects to
intercept tie new decamping couple. We
regret that he parties dlu not meet In ttil
city, lor weare sure a tlrst-class homicide
would havebeen the rcult. What a nice
item it woud have made for us.
THE DOli LAW.
Our cityfathers are some pumpkins and
the dog lav is their crowing act of wis
dom. But the method of extermination
proposed (ihootingj might be a littlo dan
gerous to bpedj, somewhat expensive, aud
rather tedhui. Naught would bo heard on
our streets for months but tho soft note of
the pistol and the expiring yelp of the
victim, and the necessary consumption of
powder anl lead would bankrupt the city,
even if ths constabulary were suUicieutly
"tpert with llre-urmi to bring their dug
every pop, cold "pizen" would bo safest
nod choauuofc. 0 14 f -i,ji,l.uluii
would thin them out soma. Rut don't bo
rash constables. Don t kill moro than
live million tho tlm wcok. A larger
numbos might bo missed, the city bucomo
lonely and the mourners walk about tbo
streets. Don t kill enough to obstruct
navigation if they should bo thrown into
the river. But remove as many as yau
can safely and conveniently. And unto
the city authorities, functionaries, mar
shals and constables be honor and praise
witnout stint, ah nso ana sing tnu dog
ology! D. 0. Go.sjt.
Cairo, April 1 1, 1673.
THE BAPTIST OAUSE IN CAIRO.
The Baptist church of Cairo, (white) is
now engaged in tha enturprlso of building
a houso ui worship. Thi houio is to bo
built on Seventeenth street, one-half a
block north of Washington avenue and
midway between the custom-house and
court-house, on lots generously donated
for that purpoto by tho Cairo City Prop
erty company. Tho style of tho houio is
to be Gothic, and it is to be built alter tbu
admirable plan known as the Scott plan,
0. W. Snrew of Springfield, architect.
This plan combines beauty, comfort,
convenionco and economy, and furnishes
the largest seating capacity of any plun of
me HiJie oi wLirn tlio writer has any
auuwiougs. inero win be, ooiiues tho
audience room, a locturo room, pastor's
study, dressing room, with orchestra on
tho left of the pulpit, and gallery over
tho lecture room, to be constructed with
an adjustable partition, so that In case of
large audience) tho seating capacity of
the whole houte can bo mado available.
Tho foundation of tho houso is already
complete,boing a solid brick wall.in which
10,000 brick have beon laid. Tho build
Ing Is to be constructed or wood and Is bo
Ing constructed undor tho diroctlon of tho
following board of trustees: Hon. J. P
Gamblo, Hon. .1. 11. Oborly, J. II.
Metcalt, Hon. H. W. Wobb, .1. M. Phil
Hps, W. 11. Grovorand .1. XV. Smwrt
Tbo charade and builnoes integrity of
tuusu moil, insures wio success ot the en
terprise, and It ii confidently oxpoctod that
when the houso Is comploto so thai the
largo iiapint oieraent of tho city can be
drawn togotber, this will bo, in a fow
years.a-nong tne largest and most nourish
Ing churches of tho city. .1. O. JIakkr.
SI'El'IAL MKF.TINO OF THK C'lfT (.OUM U.
CALLED UT THE MAYOR.
Cot'NciL CiiAMnun, 1
Cairo, Ills,, May 15, 1873, 4:30 p.m.
Presont His honor, Mayor Wood,
and Aldormon Bixby, Korsmoyor, Mc
hwen, JlcGauloy, Morris, Phillips and
Tho major statod tho object of tho mout-
Ing to bo for tho purpose of appointing
commissioners to estimnto tho cost of the
construction, reconstruction, nnd ropalr
of sidewalks, and also to rocolvo reports of
Aldormsn Robinson movod that throo
men not mombors of tho city council be
appolntod as commissioners to mako such
Tho mayor nomlnatod as such commis
sioners, II. L. Klnnear, D. J. Galllgan and
0. W. Henricks.
On motion of Alderman Morris tho said
persons were confirmed by the following
vote: Ayo Blxby, Korsmoyor, Mc
Kwon, McOauloy, Morris, Phillips and
Robinson 7. Kay 0.
Hl'a-CIAL COMMITTEE RirORV.
Tho special oommltteo, to whom at the
ait meeting was referred tba propoul of
Stephen llradlej lor the remoyal of garb-
ago, roported ismo uacif, rccommonuing
On motlun of Alderman horsinynr tha
roport was received and the recommenda
tion concurred In.
OtitllNASCK COMU1T1 KK RE TOUT.
Tho ordlnanco comiiiltloo repottod tho
following ordinance, which was read by 1
the clerk, and laid over for tho second
An on nance to amcnii oniinanco ro, u.
Re it ordained by tho City Council of tho
City of Cairo: ...
Suction 1. That 'cctlon I of ordinance
No. 61, approved April IV, 167:1. b' amended
by Milking out lliu word "and on the
lortherlv side or Klgliteenm (lam) sirrri,
rom a line drawn parallel to tho westerly
Idcof Walnut street, and ten feet easterly
lorn It to the easterly line or Cedar Mrcet,
mil. also jv striking out tho words "on
north side of Fourth -ticet, from Vaning-
Inti .,1'r.ttlin In iCnlllllt utrf.t.'f
(Alderman Rlltonhouie appoarea anu
took bis seat.)
nitNTlNO COMMITTED- RE TOUT.
The printing committee, to whom wcro
rererred tho bids of tho Cairo Bulletin
Co. and of D. L. Davis, for tho city
printing, roportod that after examining
said Will, they were of tho opinion that
tho bid of D. L. Davis is tho lowor of the
two, and they recommended that a con
tract boonterod Into with said D. L. Davis
for tho publlslnngortho proceeding of tho
council and oil notices connoctod with
said meetings, and all other notlcos and
ordinances, at tho respective rates stated
In his proposal tho blddor to give such
bond as tho council may renulro. The
committeo further recommended that tho
job work bo left for tho action of tho city
council from tlmo to Unto, m occasion may
Alderman Korsmeyor moved that said
report bo received and concurred in that
tho proper ofllcors bo instructed to
oxocuto tho necessary contract with Mr
(Alderman Meyers appeared and took
Alderman Robinson movod as an amend
mont, that (aid report be referred to the
city comptroller with instructions to ad
vertiso for now bids. Tho amendment
was adopted by the following voto Ayes
Blxby, McEwen, McOauley, Meyers,
Phillips, and Robinson 0. Nays Kors
moyor, Morris and Rittonhouso 3.
Alderman Robinson moved that th
city clerk be authorized to have the coun
ell proceedings published and other adver
Using done at the sumo prices a charged
under the contract of last year. Carried
as follows: Ayes Bixby, Korsmoyor,
McEwen.McGauley, Moyors, Morrli.Phll
llps, Rittonhouio and Robinson 'J. Nay
Alderman Bixby offered tho following
Resolved, By tho city council of tho
city of Cairo that tho city controller bo
and ho hereby is instructed to obtain bids
for tho printing of ordinances and such
othor matter as is now paid for by the
squaro, at so much per hundred words, and
so much a month for tbo council proceed
ings. Alderman Meyers movod that laid reso
lution be adopted.
Alderman Rittonhouso moved to amend
by adopting the original advertisement.
Tho amendmont was lost as follows.
Ayes McGauley and Rittenhoute 2.
Nays Bixby, Korsmoycr, McEwen, Mey
ers, Morris, Phillips and Robinson 7.
Tho motion to adopt tho resolution was
carried by the following voto: Ayes
Bixby, Korsmeyor, McEwen, McGauley,
Meyers, Morris, Phillips and Robinson 8.
Nay Rlttenhouse 1.
On motion of Alderman Robinson the
M.J. Howlky, City Clerk.
Steamer Commonwealth, New Orleans
11 Illinois, Columbia
" Henry Probasco, .Memphis
11 W II Brown and tow, Si Louis
" J 11 Begloy, Pittsburg
" Diamond and low, passed up
" Richmond, New Orleans
" Mary Alice and tow, St Louis
" Jus risk, Jr, Paducah
11 Coal Uill and tow, St Louis
" Arkansas Hello, Kvansville
" (Quarantine City and b'ges, K 0
" Cornet and barges, St Louis
Stoamer Common wealth, St. Louis
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Henry Probasco, Cincinnati
" John Lurnsden, Nashville
" J 11 Bigluy, pasted down
" .Joe l''lumuiiDg, St. Louis
" Diamond, Ohio river
" Richmond, Loulsvillo
" Mary Alice, New Orleans
11 Jus risk. Jr.. Paducah
" Coal Uill and barges, Ohio river
" Arkansas Ilvlle, bvansville
" Future City and bargos.St. Loui
" Comet and baruos, Pittsburg.
rise iu tbo Ohio still continues
that river having risen about ono foot
since last report.
The Mississippi, owing to the back wa
ter, Is kept pretty full at this pluco. Tho
river is about stationary at St. Louis.
Although the weather yesterday was
all that could bo desired, business on tho
levoo was no better than tho day boforo
and ovory one knows It was dull enough
on that day.
During tho day tho numbor of arrivals
and departures was vory fair, and al
though considerable freight was handled
it was not by any moans what might be
called a brisk day.
The James Howard left Now Orleans
on tho evening of tho 15th, for Cairo,
Memphis and St. Louis.
The regular Cincinnati and New Or
leans packet Ashland, Capt. W. II. Kylo
comuutnding, loft tbo latter place for Cin
cinnati last evening at 6 o'clock.
Hiram Hill, of this city tho subtorra-
noan diver, has contraoiou wiwi u. a.
Barmour, of Jell'ersonvllle, lor a wrecking
boat of tho following dimensions:
Lenitth. 100 feet; breadth of beam, 24 reet;
mid 3 feet bold in tbo cloar, with three
kelsons. This boat is doslgned for a
. a I . . . ...1 ml
crano and wrecking boat, io i -
Louisvlllo and all othor places when ne-
Tho following concerning the proposod
raA between the Rob. B. Lee and the
Natchez, is given In the St. Louis 'Times'
of yesterday s
A pool of f 36,000 Ii reported In couri
of fornutlon hi Sliiaott and AJami, al
Now Orlsans, with wh'.ch to back the Leo
In a fast trln to St. Lou'n. Tho Natchez
oipects to make tjulck tun whether tho
Leo start! nr not. .She will havo an even
thiiutand boxes of lump coal aboard when
sua statu, and will lane an aumuouai
thousand boxes at Natchez. Arkansas
City, Memphis and Cairo. The mate of
the boat not lone ago requested Cap-
tain Leathers to allow hltn to remove tho
large snuare tons of her chitnnevs. which
catch a great deal of wind and retard tho
spoed of the boat moro or less, but Cap
tain Leathers uecuncu, ma uesiro being to
l ave tho wbolo boat mako tho run without
any dismantling. It is thought that tho
race win occur about tho last ol tins
month, when tho Natchez, will bo through
witn ner season s business.
Cnntidn Dun (J. Klnnev. of Nashville.
was a furtunato visitor at tlm Jlcmpins
races. H won $75,000 or SHt.OOO. so
Madame Rumor says,
Phil, how aud,
Vitf .tntlniml Biilik HnlMlsiST.
JspMial attention paid lo oMsrs Irom m.uk
N E W Al) V EilTISBM EN TS.
Will be rcrelted at 77 Ohio levee, until May
:i, 12 m lor "city printlm-." . Bids to state
how much tier mouth for council proceed
ing, and all notice- relating to same. How
much tier lis) words lor prlntlm: ordinance
and such other matter a- Is now paid lor by
1 lie eoiinel reserves llie rluht to reject any
ami an dick. r. u. t ai.i.ih,
ri-17 31. City Comptroller.
An ordinance to amend oniinanco No, M.
relating to the t-oii-trin tlon, re-coiistriictlon
and rctialr or sidewalk.
lie Itoruaineii ny Uu- uiy tolllicil 01 Ilic
(,'lty ol Cairo:
r-KCTION 1. Hint ordinance Xo. ,il, ap
nroveil Anrll 10. lsT:i. he Hiiiemlud liV -trlk-
liur out the words "on norlhslde ot KIkIiIIi
street, Irom Wahliii;toii aMlnm to Walnut
street," III section wir (1) ol said ordilianci'
AlU'roii'tl aiay i.i. imt;i.
.Ioii.v Wood, Mayor.
.ue-i: m, ,i. now l.t.v, lll vieiK.
r.. 1 7 1 1 .
oudi.sa.nci-; -SO. w.
An ordinance to amend section 10 of or-
illnance No. I.
lie it ordained In the City Council ol the
City of Cairo.
Suction 1. That -crtloti lUol ordinance
No. 4 be amended b) tti ikini; out all or said
section alter the word "nuK'incc," and sub
tunning me louowin- tiieretor, ix: "Ann
It hall In) the duty or the city martial and
police con-table of the city to kill all such
dogs or flut", (luring such hours of tho day
as maybe dvi-lKiiated i.y the mayor."
Approveu jiay is,j. ooii.n non.
Attest: M. J. UOWLKV, City Clerk.
ORDINANjUK NO. r.7.
An ordinance to amend section 1 or Or
dinance 1, relating to the time or holdlnc
Hip regular i-tated meetings or the city
He It ordained by the Citv Council of the
C tv or Ca ros
That section 1 ol Ordinance 1 be amended
jy striking out the word Monday, and in-
sertltiK ln-teaii mo woru i ueuy.
Aliprovcu jiay ij, iBiiJ. .iuh.n noon,
Attest: ji. j. howlky, ner,.
State nr Illinois, Alexander countv.
In th'i circuit court ol Alexandt-r county.
Ulianes uauguer vs. J. auarpe Jicuonaid.
In chancery. Hill lo foreclore mortgage.
Said defendant Is hereby notified tnat the
aboie entitled suit Is pending In said court,
ami tne lime una place oi me return nr sum
mons In the ca Is the next term or said
court, to be holden at the city of Cairo, in
said county, on tho first Monday in July, A.
D.. 1S73. RtUHK.N S. VOCUM.
Clerk ol ald Court.
(ireen A Gilbert, Solictors for Cumiilajnant.
The splendid stcamrr
Dick Fowlib, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY. (Sunday oxecntod) al
4 p.m For freight npaseage apply on hoal tr
10 .JAN. JIALLOIir, Ag I.
And Dealer In
VKUKTAH1.KS, FRUITS, KflOS, LARD
rutaii uu i i an, r. IU.
fj3T All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
mo lowest prices.
Corner Oth St. andCommorclalAvo.
II. A. Thorns L, I), Thorns
TIIOMS Jfc HItOTJiEIt.
Succesosrs to II, M, Ilulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AND DKALKKH I.f
Ntaplo nod I'nury Vrocariea,
Foreign ami Domestic
131 Commercial Avenue,
JOHNSON A- HlLLINaSLY;
CARPENTERS & JOINERS
wan I ii a Mt
Nlreet nud CoinotereUI
Are tirfitinrnil tn tin all i.ik.i. .
tii.ir ii 7..."" ' "" ' worK in
,.v , iiiBi.i-is. workman.llkfl atvln
and at as reasonable rate, i-?L8'
city. All orders attenUcd to Dromntlv A
- - - .
h W U.I I'. MM, Proprietor,
HARD AND OUI' 1 LiUMU tIv
LATH, SU1NOLES, OKDAtt POSTlJ
DOORS, 3A8H, BLINDS
FurnlsliMl oo abort! Dolir.
Commercial avenue, between Tenth am
YELLOW PINE FLOORING
I'or laic at low llgtiien. ANo,
FENCING OR SHEET INC
Sold very cheap by
6.0 2w. C.Mito Box anii Baskkt C.
U.j F. JJ K V A N T ,
Near Twei.ty-'txth Street,
Onto Lkvkk, CAIRO, ILL
All kinds ol Lumber. Oak, Poplar, f
pn-s, alnut, etc., ilelivereu in any pa
of the city free or charge.
tSTPatronaiic solicited, and atllactli
guaranteed. H-'i'i tf.
WILLIAM .1. A I LEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAVJ
OIIlccocr First National bank.
SAMUEL P. WHKELEH,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT L.W
Office over First National bank. S-IKt
John II. Mulkey. Willara C.
MULKEY & SON.
ATTORNEYS AT LAN
Olllce, rear rooms ocr Haiinotr boo!
NO. 121 COM M KRCIAL .Wimt,
lletwcen seventh aud Klghth .street-
GHEEN & UILBEKT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willlaoi It. (ireen.
William II Gilbert,
SHTHpecia. attention glTen te A4rnlialtr aai
orrici oiiio Lint, koowb 7 and 8 or
OITT NATIONAL HAWK.
HVLAND A SAUEIt,
AND DCALSRS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DE-iCRIPi'ION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenil
next door to tho Hybrid saloon.
11-10 if. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND riF.AI.KH IN
Kiohtii Strikt, Rktwiin Washington
and Commercial Atindsr,
Adjoining HI'lenboaee and llnuiij'n
f .l!pch t""i ?' Bm'' Votk- Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sausaiie, etc., nd are prepared lo idrie
oltitens In the roost aocepuble manner.
(Suecewior to James Kynaston,)
llUTCUKR AND DkaLKB IX ALL KINDS OF
C'OIlNEIt NlNKTKNTn AND POPLAR ST8..
llllVS and slaughter nnlv thn Imit rntii.
llOirs and sheen, anil U nrennroH In All --
demand for fresh moats from one pound to
tb-u luuunBim 1UUIIUS.
DR. I). 0. TABER,
Will resume the urarti ni hiy
with especial reference tn tlm r,infri.
treatment ol diseases in all tho now and im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of female rnmnlnlnta -,i
will bo in attendance. '
UtUce, Via Commercial avenue, up stairs.
II. WARDNER, M. D.
Office and Residence 111 Commercial avc
nue, (next door to the Atheiieumi
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
ESIDBNOE-No. SI Thirteenth .trMt he.
tweea WashiDKton. avenue and w.i-.'?'.'-.6!'
oeIW commercial avenue, un .iTi..
0. W. I)UNNIimrM7D
BSIPNOB-flornerNlnlh and W.ln...
Offl-fO'!r BUIs street 2nd nt U.L ,'
ioe no""-"1"" a.m. to g m.. and i
- f "
PR. G. E. DOUGLAS
5?iLTOJ?y ot nureN,;!"'
,.. uo fairness extrmMio.. "i "Aiue
Denta Room, nr tT:rtloh 9f teeth, .t
to Dr. A. 31. Au.Un, aihff "A ucceisor