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CAIRO BULLETIN.
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RAILROAD T1METAULK.
OAIHO AND VINCESNB3 RAILROAD
Trlm dow leave Cairo an J Mound City as
follow, t .. .
Leave Cairo. l.tave .Mminu v,ii.
a m. :10a,m.
lira. 1 nr. p.m.
Cius. 0. Wool), n'l Ticket Ag t.
.iu thu r or THE 1LL101 CENTHAL
RAILROAD.
OepMt-KxnreM. dally,... gP
Mall train, dally V"m'
Arrlte-Kxprci dally VtVlm
Mai 1.43 a 111
...in ivti KT. MIL'IS SHORT UN
,3;S p m
Arrive
llnttan . t . . .
:iu a in
No cbaiiif 01 r. ,i,fnliiir car on all
Mifit l alii". &R' checked to all tinpor
!,.ll.LK-,!I?,w. i l.me arrive Mid depart
wl e tlallj cre'- puuujj. i'. ""i
!aiku am
VINCENNES
RAILROAD
Tl.MK TA11LE.
On and after Monday, February S. 18T3,
rail! on the 0. and V. railroad vvftl run as
ollows:
UOI.U .NOll I II,
Ex.
Md.Clty
ace'd't'n.
pre.
.ave Cairo . .... 7:1a a. m.
Mound City.. 8:10
" Eldorado ... 1:3 p. ni.
Norri.Citr.. 2:23 '
Cirml ... ni '
" Mt. Carmel . 4M "
.livt Viucemies 6:4" "
OOlNO tUIUTII.
i;x-
prcs..
,eavc Vlnccnnes... 70 a. in.
" Mt. Carmel . M'-'-i "
Cannl . ... 0-V "
Norris City.. 10:32 '
Eldorado ...11:00 "
' Mound City.. 4::n p. m.
krrlve Cairo . . h:oi "
A:iri p. m. Ic.
6:10
or.
MJ. City
are'd't'n.
T:Oi) a. m. Ic.
7:25 " ar.
Connecting at Vlnccnnes with the lndl
vnapollsaud Vlncenncs.ohloand Mlfl-lpd,
ind Evanville aiidCrawfurdsvllle railroad?;
U Mt. Carmel vvitU the LouNviile ami Now
,ltuny airline; at Carmf vltli the jt. Louis
.ad :juiitlieatern ; at N"rrl City the Spritu:.
3eld and llllnol southeastern ; at Eldorado
with Ibi hhawneetown lirancli ot tho St.
Louis and s'ouiheatcrn: at Cairo with the
Mobile and Oido railroad transfer hoat. and
steamers for Memphis, Red River, VIcks
bunt and New Urlean.
CH ss. 0. Vooi, Gen'l Ticket Afj't.
Jxo. Lek, .lit., sup't.
LOCAL W EATII Lit KEt'OltT.
U. S. Sio. Sen., uhskkvek's Orricr,
Caiiio, May 17, lsT3, 10:11 p.m. J
Barometer 29:02.
Thermometer 03 degree.
Wind, northeast, velocity 12 mile per
hour.
Veatbcr, cloudy.
JJiXimum temperature last 21 hour, at .
i p. id., 75 degrees.
Minimum temperature, ht 24 hour, at
6 a. m., CiO degree.
1'revailing wind lat 21 hour-, eat.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
14 hours, 16J.
David W. Harnett. Observer.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
We sre authorized to annouueu that
David J. llaker Is a candidate lor Judge ot
IheTwcDty.slxth Judicl.il circuit. Election
on Monday, June 2, 1:73. td
WANTED.
Torcntamallhou-e. Addre
C. E. ItoiUNsOX.
6-U-tl Cairo and Vlncenne Uallroad.
NOTICE.
.Saloon-keepers, and ull other, arc hereby
uotltied to sell no more liquor of any kind
to my husband, Jack Conner-, or they will
be prosecuted to tho full extent of the liquor
law. Catharine lon.nkks.
Cairo, May 11, 1873. fi-15 Ot.
DOOS! DUIi.S!
.Notice Is hereby fciveli that on and after
June 1, ull dogs and sluts found running at
large, will be killed by me or under my di
rection, unless the required tax Is paid on
the same. I will receive dog lax ou and
allerJAiiy 1& uttUu cliy clerk's otUi e.
O-Uld Wm. McIIaj.k, City Marshal.
Parasol andalaige lot ot custom made
boots and shoes are sold cheap at llurgsr's.
NEW UOODfj.
Mrs. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, has
Just,openf d out a stock ot new and fashion
able lulllluery goods, slie has uno hundred
aud tiny dlllercnt stylesor hats and bonnets,
beside a large assortment ot ribbons, flow
ers and notions ot all sorts, all ot which Wll
bt sold al the low est prices.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
To any aud all who -desire a Uno,
genuine French calf.kld, Morroco or patent
Jeatiitsr pair of boots, gaiters or shoes of any
or all ol the latest styles, William Killers, ou
Twentieth street, is ready to furnish them
at the most reasonable rate, aud guarantees
good stock,good tllvanu perfect satisfaction.
ta-lHia
lCUCUUAJlSALOU.N.
As warm weather Is approaching tho
lovers ot tec creui will be glad to learn that
Messrs. feaup A: Uarkson have lilted up and
reruruished, in elegant stle, their Ice cream
paxiors. Their mammoth soda lountaln has
alsj been put In running order, and nothing
iiwsntlui' about the establishment to make
the pleasure aud comlort of their patrons
eoDplete ij&-tl
COMMKKCTAL HOTEL.
ThU popular hotel has been rilltt.d and
Improved, aud t uuw one ot Um tuo com
lorta'ile stopping places in the city, 'iht
trtvelllng public and nrsuns dislrinc-
p asut quarters b) the witk or month.wll
always Qntl them at tho Commercial hotel.
Ealesot board baie been rediieted as fol
lows: Par board, ?l M per week; tran-lt,
1 W perdu); board and lodging. fromKi
to 7 per week. tf
NOTICE
Illinois CENntAi, II. I!. Co.
AOtNT'fc OrFICK, CAIUO, Ma) 12, 173. j
On and alter this dato tho ticket olUcc
will be .ept open lor the sale of tickets from
6 a.m. to 12 in , and from U10 p m. to A p.m.,
and Irom 7 to bM p.m. The nlllcu will also
t opencdSO minutes beforo the departure
ol the night trains. J m .Ioiinhon,
t-12-dlw Agent.
(Buo copy.)
NOTICE.
Bids wlUbeiecelved at the ollice o W.
W. Tborntou tor grading and leveling the
Crlvos and walks ot St. Mar) 's park, accord-
to plans and specthca tuns, to be seen at
nice of Charles 'Hirupp. All work done
subject to approv a ol th committee
..,ens. and a committee appointed by
uayor"rclty council, All work to be
by tne yard as measured by C.TIirupp.
committee reserve the right to Tt-ject
old. W. W.Tii-mNtoN,
Phil. fiowKD,
JIy U. W7. PAT.FjTzos.hiLi),
lib oopy.
M !f.
All kind of linens, lacca. rdcing,
and
trluitnlmrs of every variety at Hurger'.
Tho place to buy wall paper 20 per cent,
cheaper thin any other place In the city Is
No. 2, Seventh street. Try It 11. AM.K.
The Burnett itcam cooking vessel, Hip
National American and Epicure broilers,
the Dudley spiral eat and door spring, at
Ualley's, 1US Washington avenue. 4-21 ltu.
Just received by Malhus & Uhl,W Ohio
lever, 10,000 pound 0. S. bacon; 2,000
pound? bacon shoulders; fa) tierces choice
leaf lard; new potatoes; new beets new
turnips vv onions &-14-01
Burger la now offering for salo a plontltd
assortment of drew silks, Japanese suiting,
etc., etc., at the nnst reasonable rates.
The funeral services of Charles C. Munti
will be held nt the Presbyterian church this
morning at 11 o'clock. The remains wilt be
taken on the 2:10 train to Chicago, and be
buried In Rose 1 1 1 1 1 cemetery.
The mosquitoes, knats, flies, bus and
bumble beea, are coming, so prepare your
sell by covering your window with wire
cloth from Hallvy's ; you can sleep vtlthout
bars, and dine without tile. 4-21 lm.
Hcv. II. II. Thayer will tlclUcra dlicourc
tills evening In the Presbyterian church
upon the following theme: "Tho Uljry of
tho Second Temple."
Pure elder vinegar, doublo strong, war
ranted to preserve pickles, for Mo by the
barrel) and at retail, at II. C. Thlelcckc'a
grocery store, Washington avenue, betwicn
Tent and Kleventli rtrcct. 6-Htf
Orocerici generally, and vegetable of all
kinds, always fresh, at Parker .V Axlcy's.
B-17 3t.
F. M. Ward is now picparcd to deliver the
bestol sawed and t pllt hickory wood to any
part of tho city. Also all kin laof wood and
coal always on hand. Leave orders at his
otlicc, corner Seventeenth, street and Com
mercial avenue. ;i-23 tf.
Mocovlc, Wahlngtou avenue,
Tenth street, is selling olf at cost. S
near
.2 tf.
New stock ami new styles of wall paper
paints, oils, window glass, etc., etc., at U. F.
Mclgn' new store, Washington avenue and
Eleventh street. Call and see tho latest
styles in wall paper before purchasing else
where. -4-10-
Thc Itev. Fred L. Thomson, pastor of the
Methodist church, will preach this morning
n "The use of Talent." This evening the
subject will be "The Leper LUalcd." Sab
bath school at 3 o'clock p.m.
A new and beautiful assortment of grena
dines arc now lor rale at Iturgcr's. Cull and
see them. .
ISIrd cages, llo-ver basket, wire cloth
riddles, sand screen, rakes, hoes, shovel,
'pades, spading and hay forks, step and ex
tension ladders, wood pumps and a general
assortment ot tinware, sloven and house fur
nishing good, at llaltey's.
4-21 lm.
We are the solo agent for tho sale of Mus
son's pure cider vinegar, made on his (arm
at Coodon, Illinois, put up in convenient
sized packages for family use, and every
package warranted pure.
4-13 tf, Coffey, Pace A Co.,
So. M Ohio Levee
II you want good goods at cost, go to Mos
covlcs; Washington avenue, near Tenth
treet.
Window screen wire, water-cooler., zero
refrigerators, toilet sets, bird cages and a
general stock of tin aud llrltanla ware, also
n irood supply of the celebrated Charter
Oak cookln,' stoves at lowest tlgure No
1W, Commercial avenue.
C. W. HENDEitbO.V, Cairo, Illinois.
0-15-dlm
llurgcr has- Just received and opened a
large -lock ot damasks, napkins, towellngs,
etc., etc., all of which will be sold cheaper
than they can be bought anywhere else in
town.
Coffee A sugar, CJ pouuds tor one dollar,
, at Parker & Axley's. 5-17 3t.
Mr. J. M. Moskovics, tho enterprising
dealer in dry good, Washington vutiuo
between Ninth aud Tenth streets, olTers Ills
iarce and varied stock of goods at cot
prices. Ills store Is full of the choicest of
dry goods of every variety and quality, and
tho prices at which he I disposing ol them
are astonishingly low. Call upon him aud
batlsly jourself. .V7 tf.
The most beautiful percales, Jaconets and
oiuer wiiite dress pood ever brought to
this market, can be bought lor evct edmly
low prices at llurger's.
A new hotel has been opened in the lurj
house located on the corner ol seventh
street and Washington avenue. It will be
known as Ilrnwn's hotel, and proprlctored
by Mr. llrown, whose reputation as a hotel
keeper Is well-known in this city. The
house has been thoroughly renovated and
refurnished, and la in every way tlrst-cla-s
Tho tables are at all times furnished with
the best the season affords, and the charges
liberal, being only f 1 SO per day. Mr,
Hrown solicits aud deserves a shaie of the
public patronage. Mitt
liurgcr nas a complotc Hue ol hosiery or
an Kind, and corsets, collars, cutis, He., In
uuhmlted variety.
SOMETHING NEW.
Honey In tho comb put up in ono pound
tumbler at Parker A Axley's. M7 3t.
"envelopes". "
Uno whltn; single and double X amber
single ami doublo X Canary, best quality of
niantiia, blue letter, etc., etc. WJ.Ois) for
ale, prlntul at i: W) tod ,V) per thousand
al the UuLi.KrN Office,
llurgcr hss Jiut iccelsed a lull line
summer drr, goods' of every description
w nu ii will be S'lld cheaper than the cheap
est.
Z A I TENiiON ftilt KN H, Hi's :
V A 'pichl conclave ol Cairo Com
inandcry, No. l.l, Knights Templar, will be
held this Saturday evening, May 17, at h
o'clock, lur the purpose ol completing ;ir
raugeiiieiits fur the Vienna excursion.
it Is Important that ymy Wr Knight
should be III atteudaueo.
James a. Pint, i, in, Itccorder.
Swiss muslin-, tarletoiis, French ami Ham
burg mbrolderies at llurger's. Ureal bar
gains. TUHACCO SALES.
At the Plauters' Tobacco waiehoUso on
Friday last, 38 hhdt were oircred and sold at
the following prices:
3 buds piebald .... )10 2,'iai7 60
13 " common shippers ... h !A ) M
10 " leal 0 MJ(, 8 00
There was a good attendance at the sale,
and the prica obtained were satisfactory to
all concerned,
Selling off at cost at Moscovlcs'.
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, MAY 18,
NOTICE.
SaUon.kcotwrn nnd all other aro hereby
notltled to sell no more liquor to my hus
band, Thomas Winters. Any person selling
liquor to him after thl date will be prose
cuted to the lull extent ol the liquor law.
Joanna Winters.
Cairo, May 17, 1573. f-18-2w
FINE LAlNDUV WOHK.
Mr. Lettlo Colemm lake this method of
Informing the public that she Is now pre
pare l todoall kinds of fine laundry woik, at
cheap rates. Fluting, crimping, etc., done
at a small advance pcrilozcn on plain clothes.
Families and individuals will find it to their
advantage to take their clothes to Mrs. Cole
man. ltesldenco on Fourth street, south
slile,betwcou Washington and Commercial
avenues 6-l.Vltn
POLICE COUKT.
In Judge llross' court yesterday, only two
or three unimportant cases were tried. The
disposition ot n few plain drunk and n light
or two, concluded tho labors of the court.
There were thtee or lour cases tried be
fore Judge lllrd. Two for being drunk and
disorderly, and ono man for bclnc disorder
ly without being drui k, were fined.
ItELIOIOUs SEItVICES TO-DAY.
PItKSnYTEIItA.V CHURCH.
At tho Presbyterian church tin forenoon
at 10J o'clock, the Kcv. II. U. Thayer will
deliver a funeral sermon on the death of
Mr. Charles C Munn. In the evening he
will deliver a discourse on "The (ilory ol
the Second Templo,"
r.rtscoi'At. citcncit.
The Itev. Mr. Loring has been detained nt
Dixon, tho scene of tho late brldo disaster,
and fs thcreforo unable to till his engage
ment to-day at tho church of tho Redeemer,
The uual morning urvlco will bo held at
10 o'clock.
. r.THoDIsT CHURCH.
rtev. Fred. L, Thomon, will preach at
the Mcthodit church this morning and even
ing. Hi subject In the morning will be :
"Tho L'so of Talent." aud in the evening :
"The Leper Healed."
Bishop Italic of Alton, will admlnlMer
conflrmatlon at St. Patrick's Catholic church
this altcrnoon, nt .'1 o'clock.
Services at tho Herman Lutheran church
to-day at the Usual hour.
A. C. P.
The marvelous superiority ol the Averlll
Chemical Paint Is established beyond cavil.
Helde the numberless tnltnr Jobs on which
it has been used, we refer with warrantable
pride to houses ol Messrs J. II. Phllll. A.
Mackle.A. M. Cundlll'aud Mrs. stite. Time
can only convince our fellow citizens ol It
chlelcst merit, durability. We speak that
which we know, when we unhesitatingly af
tirm that one thorough painting with tho A.
C. P. will stay on, and maintain Its brilliancy
tsvU'C as long as a similar coating of lead and
oil. For sale mixed, ready for ii'c, in all
colors by N. E. Way & Co., general commis
sion merchant and agents lor the Iron Hug
gy company, Sixth street, between Wash
ington aud Commercial avenues.
AUCTION !
Two house and lots at auction on Wed
nesday, May 21, ls7J. Two cottage nnd
lots on Twelfth street, between Commercial
avenue ana Poplar street, opposite the resi
dence of John Harmon, will be old at
auction. Terms, two-third ca-h, tb bal
ance on ten mouths time, secured by note,
and sale mortgage bearing ten per cent. In
terest. The houses are comparatively new,
and in tlrst-ratc order. Parties wishing to
purchase would do well to come and ex
amine them before day of salr.
At the same time and place, 1 will sell, at
auction, all of my liou-chold furniture, con
sisting ol carpet, bedstead, bureau, bed
clothing, table., feather-bed, stove, chair.,
pictures, etc., otc. Sale to commence at 10
o'clock a. in. JoriKi'ii Arnold.
Meyer ,t Arnold, Auctioneis.
Cairo, May 17, 1373. Me It.
SALE OK EO.UM'MENT STOUKS.
Theru will be sold at public auction to lhc
highest bidder, at 10 a.m., on Thursday,
May 29, 1873, at the naval station, .Mound
City, a quantity of naval equipment store,
In part as tollow, viz:
11 anchors, l,2j pouud,.
7 chain cablet,
t liawscrs.
1 set scales (counter).
4 " " (platform).
fc8 yards cotton canva.
And a large quantity of miscellaneous arti
cles, such as: Wire aud maullla rope, boat
awnings, rowlocks, double aud single blocks.
lamps, old Junk, etc., etc.
Ierms. Ten per cent, in unvernment
funds on the conclusion ol the sale, and tho
remainder within ten day, during which
timo the articles must be removed from the
station, otherwise Ihcy will revert to the
government.
Uy order of the commandant ol station.
pRANCH T. (i IM.KTT,
M.Vtf Paymaster f. S. Navy.
SALE OF SEItVIUE.vTm.E AND rN-i:u-VICEAilLE
OllDNANCE STOKE-;.'
HURKAU OK ORIlN SCK, I
Navy Department, April 20, 187.1. (
Theru will be sold at public auction to the
highest bidder, at 12 m., on Tuurday. May
20lh, 1873, at the naval station, Mound City,
Illinois, a quantity of cannon projectile and
miscellaneous articles of ordtiaiii'c, In part
as follows, viz :
00 31 pdrParmtt rltles.
31 20pdr Parrott rlnV.
1 30 pdr Dahlgrcn rilllc.
hW'idr Dahlgren rilllts.
28 32 pdr cannon.
40 eight Inch cannon.
1 six Inch mortar.
A largo quantity, about lit Inn, ol ten
Inch, eight Inch, 32 pdr, .10 pdr, 2 pdr, 10
pdr, and thirteen Inch mortar projectiles
and miscellaneous ordinnco stores, indud
Ing a lot of scrap bronze.
Terms: Ten per cent. In government
lunds on the conclusion ol the sale, and the
reiualudor within ten days, during winch
tlmo the articles must bo removed Irom the
station, otherwise, they will rcwrt to the
government.
It Is to be distinctly understood that no
gimrauteo will bo given to piinlia-crs n
articles oilered for salo anil noted In the
catalogue as regards thilr cvact condition
or quality, but It is hcllmcd. however, that
ever) thing oilered for sale is as repn-ented.
William N. Jlffkks, ( hicl of liureau.
Tho ubnwi Is published by order or the
commandant of station, to whom person, de
siring to becomo purchaser and wishing to
in-pect the article oilered lor sale should
"ii'1)'' FKANCIhT. OlI.I.KlT,
.'i-d.V-w id Payina-ter I). S. Na!y.
PEKsO.NAL.
James H. Smith, Esq,, has located In tii
city, hO Ohio lc!cc, a un attorney at law ana
rjal estate and Insurance agent. See hi
card In anothor column In Tup. Hullki in.
Col. Townes nl Jonesboro, and Hon, Win.
Mr. liar of Denton, were in the city ) ester
day, Our Inability to spare tho time neces
sary to Initiate these gentlemen into the
mysteries of Cairo has caused u much regret
"Obcrly Is Jubilant over the advent of
Weiss beer In Cairo. Wo expect to hear
soon ol another midnight wheelbarrow ex
cursion." Thus aro we,thc most temperate
man In Cairo, abused by the Mound City
'Journal.'
Mr. itoseiiwater of the Arm ot Ooldstlue
X l!oeuwatcr, has returned from tho tast
where lie purchased a Hue a slock of goods
as can be found anywhere In tills part or tho
slate, The goods are now arriving, nnd
rjady for sale.
.Mr. Joseph Arnold will sell his lots, houses
and hou'chold nnd kitchen furuituro on
Wcdnc-dav- next, at 10 o'clock, a.m., on tho
premises, on Twelfth street. Tho salo I
certain Arnold Intend to buy a big stock
ol goods and go iuto business In earnest,
He Is an energetic, driving man, and makes
thing' go when he gets at them.
ALL AltUUT TOWN.
llemcmbcr the Turner picnic. . '
The Turner picnic will como off to-day
without fail.
Tho roads will be In good condition for
driving to-day.
Judge llro-s will hold county couit, com.
nicnclng to-morrow.
'Hie Illlnol Central gravel train continues
to bring gravel for balatlng the track on
Levee street.
A new wood and coal yard Is to be estab
ll-hcd on Tenth street, between Commercial
and Washington avenues.
Dr. llrlgh.un's new residence ou Eleventh
and Cedar streets Is almnt ready for occtt
nation. It Is a tine house.
Anew crossing over the railroad track has
been put down on Ohio levee, at thu Sixth
street c.iosslng. ThcIlllnoisCenlr.it did it
lb ere are two saloon in Cairo that pat
ronlxe thu printer, and pay c.iIi on prcsen-t-itlou
or bill at the end of every month-
only two.
The second track of the Illinois Central
railroad will bu finished In u duy or two
Tho work Is being puhed lorward with all
possible speed.
To-morrow, the Huh Inst., I the dav for
the great Chicago show to exhibit in thi
city. Tho show is ald to be ono ol the be
now travelling.
The most elegant scarf, ribbon and
ladles' neckties in the city are at llurger's
They can't be beat for beauty, and aro sold
for a mere song.
A little boy fell olf the high -Idewalk omo
where In the upper part of the city ycter
day, and wa serloii-ly Injured. We could
nnllearn hi name.
I ho po-tal ear on the Incoming train yes
terdayon the Illinois Central railroad wn
draped in mourning, In re-pect to the mem
ory nt .Mr. Charles 0. Munn.
Smith Torrcnee t Co., have completed
their new boiler-shop ou Ohio levee, near
Twelfth street, and are now ready to r e
celve order for w, rk in their lino.
The effort to build a ll.iptlst church in thi
city l receiving due attention from a num
bcr or persons, who are members of that
denomination. We hope they may succeed
Health Olllcer Wootten has his ban J- mil,
persuading people to clean up. lie has
taken several parties before .Judge llross
others will be served likewise, trthey do nut
ob"V order.
The attendance at the tobacco sale at
Ilinklu A- Slratighu's on Friday, was ttio
lirgcst or the season. Thirty-eight hogs
heads or "the weed" were offered and sold
at atilactory prlcs.
In our ramble about tho city yesterday
we noticed a number or new house being
commenced In different part ol tho ell.
In the upp r part ol the city new lots aro be
ing fenced in in many place.
Several TVnth street property owners com
plain bitterly of tho condition of that slr.-it
between Cedar and Washington avenue, in
several place great holes exist, and it is rot
an unfrcqucnt occurrence to see drays and
loaded wagon stalled In them. A few
wagon load of earth would remedy the
maiter.
A number ot gentlemen oT thl ritv pm
pntc to a tend the State Sabbath School con
vention, to be held at Springfield the latter
part nt this month. A meeting to appoint
ten delegates was held at the room or tl o
V tuns Men's Christian association on Fri
day evening, but what action was .taken we
have not been able to ascertain.
Trains to the Turner picnic to-day will
run a follows: The lirst train will leave
Winter's block, corner ol Seventh streit
ami Commercial avenue, at i) o'clock, a.m.;
the second train, at 1 p.m., and the thud
tra'n at 2:30 p.m. The las train will return
to Cairo at 7 o'clock in the evening. Tho
picnic will be held in the woods near Mound
City, (lood music wid be In attendance,
aud a good time may be anticipated.
Moscovlcs is selling oil al cot, 5-2 tl.
THATOrilEll MAN.
To Tins Bulletin is it true, as
claimed byTitic Hcllkiin, that thu inur
der oi Swoboda was witnessed by n man
who has never been upun n witno,s stand
lest his fair liamu shim d receive n stain V
If so. Mr. llULLKTis,nd you know it,
out with his name', if be assumes respecta
bility falsely, throw ut his faUo col
or; thuro is nmre wiys than ono
of having him brought to tho
witness stand, by all means let blm be
brought upon thu witness stand.
The discrimination of male nnd female
inmates of houses of prostitution and mur
dr is all wrong. Why J,, thu polic
"pull" tho fMiimli'S nnd n-a the mnlus? I
it because tho law makes a distinction
between inmate, classing thorn Into two
elates, tho femalo being subtoct to arrest
nnd fine, and thn uivlm privileged to vio
latu tho saino laws without fear of moles
tatlon? If so, 1 havo failed to so read it
Or, is it becauso somo tnon tiro
bravo onougli to striko ('-pul ') n woman
but too cowardly to arrost or "pull" a
man? Mr. Hullkti.v wo kind o' liko
your stylo of gclng tor tho disreputables,
and hopo you will uo your iniluenco to
broak down dlstinetions that all violators
of law may bo subjnei to tho ssmo penal
tics for liko offunee. Qur.nioT.
Wo don't know thu namo ot" tho man.
Wo woro informed by a pollcoumn that
another mnii, bosldo Ilboutan, was prosent,
and could bo produced if nu:osary.
Cnncoinlng tbo other mattors referred
to by our corro'pondent wo haven't much
to s.y. If wo understand thu law, tho po
lico rannct ontor any houso without a
warrant, and wo don't know how they can
u-et at tho nnn who visit tho disreputable
Ijou'cs, Hut thun wo havo givun that
subject very little thought. "Wo aro too
virtuous to think about such mattors for
any groat length of tlmo. When
ro bocmni) sinful wo shall devoto all
ourlntellect to tbo subject and nil our timo
.NKlUllWmiliiOI) NEWS.
J. Y. Cloinson of Caledonia, picked tho
first strawberries of tho season last Sun
day. Louis Wllntot,or "French Louie," has
so near recovered from Injuries received
in trying to mount a moving train on the
Illinois Central railroad, that bo is able to
bo sbvul ga(u
1873
Tho Mound City 'JoutnaV ys: Mr.
MoIIalo, chief of police In Cslro, raakoi r.
very effective olllclal. Tho roguos have
to be wary now. Some of V. M. Kelly's
boarders left suddenly tho olbor day
without sottllng, but Mcllalo ovorliauled
thorn In Cairo, and mado them satisfy Mr.
K. beforo proceeding further."
Tbo following items ruo from the
Mound City 'Journal' of ycitorday
Tho municipal olection hold last
Wednesday resulted as follows! For or
ganization under general law, 131;
against II. For minority representation
i:, against 121.. The result of tho election
causes tho present city ollicinls to bold
ovor until Anrll next, it doing r.wav with
th usual Juno election. Comparatively
llttlo inturost was felt In the election,
which fact accounts for tho small voto
polled.
Tho Went Ituvorond P. .1. Ilalto.
Kotnan (Jathnlio lUhnn of thn d oeoio nf
jiuon, was in tho city Thursday nnd ad
,. ... . .. : .. . r .
iiiiniiorea inu mo ot continuation to
about twnntv norsoni at Ml. Marv's
enurcn. fathers U llnllernn nnd Hon
nmn of Cairo. Ilnllach of Anna, and
O'Connor of this city, woro in attendance,.
Father Ilallnch conducted vninurs In tho
ovonln nnd proicbod nn nblo dUcourso
on tno character of Mary, thn mothor or
lotus, showinir whv Catholics shoul I nnd
do venerate and adoro her. Tho bishop
will conduct service and administer
tho rito of confirmation In Cairo to mir
row, Sundoy.
LETTER LIS l".
I.ADIKi Ltsr.
Avery, Mary Ilradshaw, Mary
Itonnelt, .Murr Ann Oh se, Mra h II
(Joluman, Jirs H K Ciskey, Sarah J
Cowen, Iluttio
Columan, Chennlo
Duuglass, Harriot
Frazior, Mrs
UixxlriiHn, Miss
haiuine, Annie
(lllkle, Ang.dlno
(Jardnor, Ed. A
Urny, hll.a
Oarvoy, Sarah V
Howard.Mrs Nancy lUrrlngton, Ellllo
Howell, Mr C It Harris, Livey
.Linos, Elvira Koefer, Lowis
Kiornan, Mary Ann KeugT, Jennie
Lloyd, Jlary Ann Lawrha, Tonna
l.awinn, Uharlnlto .Mirdont, Mary
Munson, Molllo
McGittlon, Molliu
Mnngrlon, Mary
Muller, Calhnrino
Mnddocks, Mary
Perry, Fanny
Robinson, Patsy
Schucts, Fanny
Stanbory, Carrie
Simmon', Sarah
Smith, liertha
Wearer, M S
Welch, Cathorlne
Welch, Katie
Owens, Ilnttlo
Phillips, Emma
Smith, Harriet
Smith, Lydia
Shearer, M A
Smith, Laurn
Turnor, Mariha
Walsh, Maczle
Watkins, Widow
AVllliams, Catherino
(ikntlemi.n's list.
llaln, E
Hull, .las
liurgns, Harris
llrown, Frank C
llnrlow, Alev J
Corcoran, P 11
Cox, John
Curli, John
Crawford, J S
Engle, Crier
Kdihs, A 6
Evans, Cbas II
Elder, Wm
hlkens, Louis
Fiy, M
Kuzgerald, Peter
FIjtcher, Wm
Green, Jaiuos
U rrett, (Jreenup
Urueu, Jame E
Glass, M
llumllton, Capt W
Jameiton, C
Johnson, Wm C
Manning, Joseph
Mel ntyre, John
.Martin, Joo
Mills, George
M irris A; Oobblo,
Usmnnt, C W
IVrker, John
Keed. S IJ
Keed, Curtis
Hi bur, James
Short, rrnnk
Sveenny John
Smith, Stephen
Smiloy, Wm
Thompson, W II
I'ownscnd, Thomas
Tr'co, Thomas
Wle, E O
!V i,eiiiHr.j Dan'l 2
lliaul-jy, Geo
llnrlow, A lei .1
Churcbnl, Marshall
C'baac, milliard 4
Curreii, John
Corcoran, John
Cody, Dennis
Djwiis, Wm
Hi more, Charley
Eburtulo, Geo
Eaton, Wm
Fur. e, Ijrry
Fuzpur.ck, Patrick
hariOA, Wm
Gray, I mac
Green cv Moore
Graham, Joiepb
Gmhitui, J
Hnrbnugh,
Harkey Wm
Johnson, Wm
Leo, James
Muluix, J W
Mnrltn, JauiesS
McAUiter, Hugh P
Morse, K A
Mnttkes, Alfred
Phillips, E a
Plummer, Asa
Roberts, T f
lUid. Cal
Stafford, Alsworth
Smi h. J L
South, Thns
Siorio, W E
Smith. W B
'lVnison, Wm O
Trimble, Jmoph
Vollman, Nicit
AVaber, George H
White. John
v ashington, Leo
Wb'toman, W 0
Voung, "Wm AV a
HIV Ell NEWS.
ABIIIVALS.
Steamer Tyrono, Nashvlllo
" City of Che. lor, Memphis
" Illinois, Columbus
" 5in Roberts aid tow, St. Louis
" Ajrx, New Orleans
" Ruth, Camden
' James l-'lsk, Jr , Pnducah
1 Lookout and t w, bolow
Falls Pilot, Ohio rivor
' Quickstep Kvnnsvlllfl
" Ilelle Memphis, St. Louis
IllU'ARTlMlKt.
.Stc.s.inr 'I'yrono, Nashvill
" City of Ch'-stor, St. Louis
" Illinois, Columbus
" Sam Itolmrts nn I tow, Ohio rivir
' llisinarck, New Orleans
AJ-ix, Ohio rivor
" Rutti, St. Louis
" .las. Flsk, Jr., Paducah
Lookout and tow, Ohio river
" Fulls Pilot, ptsiud down
" Quioltstep, Evansvtllo
" Hello MomphU, Momphis
COMDITION of THE ItlVKItl.
Rjpnrts from nil qmrtors agroothat the
Ohio Is recudlng its ontlro length. At
this point that stream is about stationary
aid will probably bo falling to-day .
The Mississippi Is falling from Sioux City
aad St. Paul to Cairo. Al St. Louis the
duolino is slow. Red river is roportod re
ceding from Shrovoport to its moutb, with
a soven foot stago of water on tho wor'1
bars. Howovor the decluio will bo of
short duration, as a sum) I ii roportod
abovo tho raft, which will let out sovoral
boats caught in the raft with cargoes by
tho recent decline The Arkansas river
is reported rising, and biats havo no
troublo in going through to Fort Smith,
lib'sim:-..
Although tho weithor yesterday was al
that could be dosire I, the loveo lookod dull
and vol I of bpslnoss activity. Indeed
tiiere wjj very littio business transacted.
Several of thu boats that landed took on
small nusntitles of froight, but most of
them went away Hying light.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Tho now WTOik.ng boat built at Cincin
nati fur the UnJorwrltors, hns been
named R, W. Dugnn, in compliment ot
to the superintendent of thu wrecking
company. Steam was raised on lior for
thu first time last Wednesday.
Tho St. Louis Republican lays tho
Shamrock, was laying at tho wharf in
this cUy Is to bo sold,
The Oil City has contracted to wreck
tho Pink Varble.
Tno Belle Loo has laid up at New Or-
leans for repairs.
Tho St. Louis 'Republican' says tha lira
on tbo Cowan originated In tho broecbing
irom tho toot taking flro on tha Inside and
breaking out at the starboard elbmnoy.
tapt. Alf Cutting of the Metropolis
btnt yards, was In St. Louis yesterday and
ecurcd contracts for the construction of
several now boats.
PHIL. UOWAKD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER
"lty Mstllniml Unnk UitlMIn.
((.Hpsctal altrtition pai,1 tonr.tnra from irau
Mists nwlilnrda
NKW ADVEIU'ISKMENTS.
?: TO 820
l'cr d.iy. Agent waiiled! All clasc ot
workliiv' tieiitile. uf cithir se.v. .louiu or .M,
make moio money at work fur us In their
sp.iro moment", or all the time, th.iii at any
thing else, r.irtn in ii iree. Aiiure
1. Ait.N'no.N .V- Co., l'orll.iiul Maine
t'-23w-ly
JA.MKS U. .SMITH,
r
A
TTOE1TBY Tv-T U-A-W
miK iNsuK.t.N'i:
-.!.M
Rfal Estati: Aof.nt.,
Will buy and sell all kind of real etate
pay taxes, rent houses, make collections nnd
negotiate loin-.
MONEY TO LOAN.
?20,0ou in sum of i,v) to anrro on
lm
proved real ctate security linwo.
Store, mimifiicturlug i-tahtlshuient
dwclllllL'sand llirultlire. Mullsalid c.-iriroe
Insured at reasonable rates In llr-t-cl:s, com
panic-.
OiTKK Ko. SO Onto Lkvkk.
fi-19tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
SEALED PROPOSALS
Will be received at 77 Ohio Icvco. Until May
2.1, 12 m., lor "city printing." Hid. tostste
how much ter month lor council proceed
lng, and all notices rebtlni; to sime. How
much per uJ word or nr nt tur ordinance
and such other matter a Is now pnld lor bv
the souare.
Thi! council recrves the riuht to reject any
aim an Dim. j. ii. t ai.i.Is),
M" 3t. City ( ompiroiier,
StTllASIU StA'IS.
OA liio" A ND i'ADUCAH
MAIL HO AT.
I he sriltn.liJ stsinr
Dick Fowlkr, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
4 p.m For freight opaage apply on boat oi
to Ja. Mai.louv, Ag't.
tf
BOAT SSTtSKKH.
8 A M W 1 L S U N ,
S I III I I I
"1.
BOAT STObES
OKOCKH'iS.
PROVISIONS
Ho. 110
K T C.
Onto Lav a
Caipo, III
PROPOSAL S
FOH COPYING THE LAWS AND
JOURNALS OF THE 28TH
GENERAL ASaEMHLY
OF 1LLINIOS.
On or before the 2dth day of May, lb71,
and until I:' o'clock in. ot said day, sealed
proposals w 111 bo received by the commis
sioners ol public printing for copying the
laws, Journals and Joint resolutions ol' the
Twenty-eighth general a-sembly of the
slaiu oY Illlnol, and lor such additional
copying as may be ordered by said general
assembly.
Such proposal mtih ho In triplicate, one
copy to be deposited with the secretary ol
tale, ono with the auditor of public ac
count and one with thu stato treasurer,
and accompanied by a bond, for tho faithlul
performance of thu contract, In the peiiul
sum of .. sfxs, signed by two sureties Said
bond must be satisfactory to said commis
sioners, and 1)0 approved by thu governor,
aud tiled in his ullicu until tho award Is
made.
Each proposal must be accompanied by at
least ten Hue ot the hiiud.wrltingot the per
son making thu pioposals legal cap paper
taken as the measure.
The governor and the commissioners ol
public printing reserve to themselves the
right to ruject any ami all bid. The proposal
will be opened at threo o'o ock p in., Wed
ncsday, May 28, lt!7.'l, In the ollicu ol the
governor, and the contract then and thele
awarded unlcs all bid aro rejected.
Gko. II. IlAHLOW, Sec'y ol State.
('. E. Liitincoi r, Auditor P. A.
E. ItDTZ, Stato Treasurer.
Ml d2w. Commissioners Public Printing.
GRAND PICNIC
Ulvcu by the
C A I R 0 TURNER SOCIETY
M, Vlt nill'.VII CITY.
Sl-.miav, May IS, I87:i.
The Cairn and Vlneeniie railroad has
been chartered for thn occasion.
Train will leavo Winter's block, corner
Seventh street and Commercial aenuu as
follows:
First train at 0 o'clock a,m
M'conu at i p.m,
mini at " p m,
Tho last train will return to Cairo at 7
o'clock In the eienlng.
I ho entertainment during the d.iv will be
in
DANCING,
H ACK.RU NN ING.
GYMNASTIC FK
And (i iimcs iii all kinds,
ATS.
A Kencral Imitation I csicinled
public.
to the
FIFTV CENTS FOR IIOl'ND TRIP.
OOMB OZSTB!
COME ALL I
aeSliro V'tVa'.'i.0 In tcnaance. and wo
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS:
Louts Herbert. C. Ruder. w. Alba.
W. RUDER, rfolient.
Houie Advertisements.
lilinBKM.
WIIITE UULLAK I'LAKINU MILL
N. WAI.TLUH, Froprl-lor,
l.tlLISIB
HARD amd SOFr LUMBER
AM
LATH, HIUNOLES, CEDAR P03TS
doohs, sash, blinds,
orders solicited.
Stkamuoat Lumber,
FurnlsliKd cn shnrtosl notlcs.
Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
I'.luvonih strnots
CAIEO; IiIIiX3STOIS.
lis
l'OI'LAlt. WALNUT, ASH
AMI-
YELLOW PINE FLOORING
For sale at low figure. Also,
IiTCH Ij CJ UC BEE
Suitable for
FENCING OR SHEETING
old v cry cheap by
fi-l -w. Caiiio Uox xnu Haikkt Co.
H.. F. II It Y A N T ,
S'opr.'rSor
WA.LISrXJT MIJliLS
Ncir Twei ty-ixtli Street,
Onto LrvcK, CAIRO, ILLS
All kinds of Lumber. Oak, Poplar, Cy
pre, Walnut, etc., delivered In any part
of the city free of charge.
tuT Patronage solicited, and sitlslsctlon
guaranteed. 3-2MI.
i.vvvi:rm,
WILLIAM .1. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Ollice over First National bsnk. 3-10-3m
-SAMUEL I. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOI9.
Ollice over Ilrt National bank. 3-IMm
John II. Mulkey. Willam C. Mulkey.
MULKEY fc SON,
ATTOHNEYS AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Ollice, rear rooms over Hannon's book
store,
.NO. 121 COMUEUCIAL AVEVL'I,
HetHeen Seventh and Eighth streets.
Ml tf.
GREEN k GILBERT,
ATTORN EYb
iD
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
VVilllntn II. (rsn.
'At, J CAIKO, ILI.INOW.
William II Hilh.rt,
Uilrs r. Uilknrt,
t-.Smi. atlaation gt'CD te Admiralty aad
tsmbost buslci'ss.
orrtCK omo lkvsc, hoomh 7 a he 4 ovxa
fllTT WATIOKAL HAWK.
lUITCll r.HJ.
11 Y LAND & SAUEH,
BUTOHERS
AND DKAI.KH8 IM
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Corner 10th street and Commerclvl aveu l
next door to the Ilylamt saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
1 AKE WALTER,
AND HEALEIt IN
BTJTOHBB
P HE SH MEAT,
Kiotmi Stiiekt, Hktwekm WAaiiiNOTO
andComsixhuial Avknubk,
4lolnlnc Bl Iriahmsats nod IIhii ix'
hr-p the t-st or llial, I'ork, Muuoo Veal.
Lsmlj, SKUtsup, fte nd r pre prsl to r
oltnens Id tbo most wccjiUbU insonor.
JOHN SMITH,
(successor to James K)iiaston,)
RcrcUEit A.vii Dealek is all Kiwrm or
Fhksii Meats.
COHNEH NlNKTKNTII ANI POTLAlt ST8.,
CAIRU, ILLINOIS.
Iluys and slaughters: only tho best cattle,
hogs aii(. sheep, and la prepared to till any
demand for fresh meats Irom one pound to
ton thnund pounds.
SII VNICI A.S.
DR. U. U. TAHEK,
Will r-,m.n . .
"v "i" I'muiicc in no, proieasion
With l.wlir,.. I f. 1 r..f.,ri.,,.n ( .1... .
...... ...t.i.-iiu , biiu viri;irica
treatmrnt ot ilii-eascs In all tho new and im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of .emalo coiuplainU a ady
will bo In attendance.
Ollice, 12S Conimorclal avenue, up stalrti.
II. WAKDNER, M. D.
Oilleu and Residence 111 Commercial nve.
nue, (imxt pour to the Athelieum).
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
RK8II)B.NUB-Nn, SI Tliirtimih strsst, tit.
twoo WaslnnKioD anBUBn. Walnut straet.
Jltlce-IliUoiiinifriUlaTeous, up tr(i
(J. W. DUNNING, M. D
Uffloe hours from a.m. to ig m., and 8 p.m
G. E. DOUGLAS,
A constant auppiy of pure N troui OrfH
Gas fnr in Pln'eM extraction of leVth , d.?
ti.i ti.DUl Rooms of Dr. Dousrlaa .i,5; u
lXt AuaUn, IhtU5,Il,j,,l,cctJ

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