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raMMatloa , aallctfa Batldlas
CAIRO AND VINCENNE3 It Al I.ROAD
Train, now leave t-alto and Mound City as
LvtTe Cairo. Leavo Mouml City
7:46 .ni. 7slOn.ui.
6:15 p.m. fi:10 "
Cms. O. Wood, Uen'l Ticket Ag't.
,AUlO AM) VINCKN.NRS KA1LIIUAI
On and after Monday, February .), 17.1,
iralns on the C. and V. rHllro.nl tv III run
are Cairo TM.'i a. in
Mound City.. 8:10
Eldorado.... 1:35 p. in.
.NorrlsCffy.. 2 At "
Caral 3.-0I "
" 3tt. Canncl . 4M "
Tlvc Vtnccuncs. .. 0:iO "
rare Vim-tune.., 7:00 a. in.
" Jit. Carmcl . H:2i "
" Cannl DM "
' Noma City.. 10:3.1 '
' Eldorado ...11 AO "
Mound City.. 4:3.1 p. in.
Arrive Cairo f:od
Mi ti. id. It.
Connecting at nicotines, with tlm Hull
Uollsand Inecnnos.Ohloaiitl Mls-Islppl,
iml Evansvillc and Crawford-vIHe railroads;
Lt Mt. Cartnel With thu Louisville mid Niuv
Albany air line ; at Carml with the St. Louis
miu souincastcrn ; ut ZtnrrisClty the Sprit
uuiu anu iiunois nouincasicrn ; al t.Klorailo
Wim Uit Shawnoclown branch ol tin- M.
Loui. and isoutltcuttrrn: ut Cairo with tlm
.aiuuiie anu uiiio raiiroaii transfer lioal, ami
learners for Memphis, Jted Jllvcr, Yiekf
imrg anil .c urieau.
Chad. O. Wood, Ocu'I Ticket Ag't
.lso. I.KK, .III., f-llp't.
LOCAL WEATHER REI'ORT
U. 8. Sia. Sr.it., OnsKKX'En'fl opriCR,
Caiko, May 10,
10:11 p.m. i
Thennonietcr "1 degrees.
Wind, .west, velocity. I mile per
Maximum temperature last 21 hours, at
4 p. in., 80 degrees.
Minimum temperature, lat 21 hours, at
b a. m., tit degrees
rrcvalling wind last 2t hours, Vouth.
Total number or miles wind travelled, last
24 hours, S9.
David W. II.uinktt. Observer.
We are authorized to announce that
David J. ilakerisa eandldate fur judge ot
iheTwenty-slxth .Judicial circuit. Election
on Monday, Juno 2, 1S73. til
: - 60METIUNO .NEW.
lioney In thecomb put up lu one pound
tumblers at I'aikcr .t Axlej's. M7 St.
To rent a small house. Address
0. E. ltolllNSON.
Wl-ll Cairo and incennes ltdtlro.nl.
A house, 8 rooms and & closets, with one
lot and a liair, corner or Twtnty-llrst and
Poplar streets, on easy terms. For lurllier
information, apply on the premises,
Fine -wUUe', single and double X amber!
ingla and double X Canary, bvst quality of
manllla, blue letter, etc., etc. MJ.000 for
nl, priulcu t Co t t u oo ivi tuousauu,
t the Bulletin Ofkick.
Saloon-keepers, and all others, are hereby
'notified to sell no more liquor of auy kind
to my husband, .Jack Conner, or they will
be prosecuted to the full extent of the liquor
law. Oahiahi.sk to.v.vciw.
OaIBO, May 14, 1S7J. 0-15 Ut.
BUSINESS HOUSE FOIl KENT.
On Sixth street between Commercial aud
WMhlnglou Avenues, suitable (or a milliner,
drt-mtVcr, Ullor, lluner, harness-maker
or grocer. Kent, tl2 W per montU, vu'a
Wt In advance, Ajiply to
6-20-3t E. F. Davi.h,
alon-kcepcrs and all others arc hervbv
notified to tell no more liquor to my hus
bind, Thomas Winters. Any person selling
Iquor to him utter this date will bu prose
euted to Ihe lull extent ot the liquor law.
Camo, May 17, 1873. Ms-2w
Notice Is hereby given that on and after
June J, all dogs and sluts lound running at
large , will bo killed by me or uuder my di
rection, unless the required tax is paid on
the same. I will receive dotf tax on and
alterMay 1ft at the city clerk'e olll e.
ft-Kld Wm. McIIalk, City Marrhal.
Mr. Anna Lang ou Eighth street, between
Coimnerctttl aud Watblngton avenuo, has
Ju.l opem-.a out s stock or new and ra-hlon-ble
rolUlnery goods. Shu has one hundred
aud fifty dlUerenl stylesof hats and bouuet,.,
beside a large assortment ol ribbons, flow
crs and notions ol all sorts, all ol which wll
be sold at the lowest prlcer.
'i'o any and all who desire a Hue,
senuiue French ealf.kld, Morroco or patent
leather pair of boou, gaiters or shoes of any
or all of the latest styles. William Khlers, on
Twentieth street, is ready to furnish them
at the most reawinablc rate, and guarantees
good stock.good Uts and pvrlect satisfaction.
FINE LAUNDln WOUK.
Mr. Lettic Colemau takes this method of
Informing the public that she is now pre.
pare I to do all klndi of fine laundry work, at
cheap rates. Flutlnj, crimping, etc., done
at a small advance perdocn on plain clothe..
Families and Individuals will tiud it to their
advantage to take their clothes to Mrs. Cole
,an. Residence on Fourth street, south
side, between Washington and Commercial
A. C. 1'.
The marvelous superiority of the Avcrill
Chemical i'alnt is establi.tud beyond cuvll.
Ueside the numberless uiw-jr Job. on which
Unas Uen used, we reror with warrantable
pride to bouses of Messrs. J. B, l'hllll., a
Mackle, A. M. Cunfiltraud Mr.. Stlto,, Time
can only convince our fellow citizens ol ii
chlefeit merit, inraUH-y. We speak tliut
Whjch we know, whtmc unhesitatingly af.
arm iui one morouga psinting with tho A.
O. P. will Uy cn, and maintain ltsbrllllanc
lrie M long w a slmllsr coating or lead and
oil. Fornale mixed, ready fsr use, In all
eolori by IN. E, Way 4 Co,, general commis
sion merchtnti and agents lor the Iron Hug
tf company, HUUi street, bttw? v,u.
Id(WB tod Coauaerdal arenuss.
Selling on at cot at Moscovlcs'. M if.
All kind of linen. lace, iitn
trimmings of every variety at Jlurger'.s.
The place to buy wall paper 20 per cent,
cheaper than any oilier place In the city Is
No. 2, Seventh street. Try It. II.Ani.k.
The Ituriit-u neatii cooking vessel, tlm
National American and Epicure broilers,
the Dudley spiral cc and door prlng, at
Jiallcy's, ICS Washington avenue. 4-21 lm.
.Iut received by Math-.iss A t'hl, CI Ohio
lose, 10,000 pounds O. S. bacon; 2,000
pounds bacon shoulders; U) tlcrccs choice
leaf lard; now potatoes new beet"; new
turnips; w onion. 5-1 1-Ut
Hurler l now ollcrlng for sale a splendid
assortment of "dress sllk, .Japanese Milting,
etc., etc., at tho mjst reasonable rate.
'I ho mosquitoes, knats, files, bints ami
bumble bees, aro coming, o prepare vour.
clf by covering your window with wire
cloth from llalley's ; you can sleep without
oar?, ana aine without llles. J-L'i lm.
I'urc elder vinegar, doublo stromr. war.
ranted to preserve pickles, lor alo by the
barrel, anil at retail, at II. C Thlelcoke's
rocery store, Washington avenue, bctwi en
T nt '"id I.levcnth streets. 6-lltf
firoceries generally, and vegetables of all
kinds, always fiesh, at l'arkei-.V A.ilcy'i.
1". M. Ward Is nowpiejiared to deliver the
beft ol sawed and split hickory wood to any
part of the city. Also all kliMnf wood and
coal always on hand. Leave orders at his
otllcc, corner Seventeenth street and Com
inerclal avenue. !.2."i tf.
.lioscowcs, nasmngion avenue, near
I cnth street, Is selling oil" at cost. 3-2 tf".
New stock and new styles ol" wall paper
paints. oll, window glass, etc., cti;., at II. F.
Meigs' new store, Washington avenuo and
Eleventh street. Cull and sco thu latest
styles in wall paper before purchasing vse
A new and beautiful assortment or grena
dines arc now lor sale ut Uurgi-r'.s. Call and
A regular convocation ol Cairo !!
Chapter, No. 71, will be held at
Masonic hall this (Tuesday) evening. May
20, at 7i o'clock. Visiting companions are.
cordially Invited. F KoiisMKYKit, Scc'y.
lllrd cage", Mower basket, wire cloth
riddles, sand screens, rakes, hoes, shovels,
spades, spading and hay rorks, step and ex
tension ladders, wood pumps and a gcueral
assortment of tinware, stove and house fur
nishing goods, ul UallcyV. 4-21 lm.
"We are the sole agont for thu salo of Mus
son's pure cider vinegar, made on hls iarm
at Cobdon, Illinois, put up lu convenient
sized packages for family Use, aud every
p.lckago warranted pure.
4-13 tf, Cokfkv, Pack .t Co.,
No. 05 Ohio Levee.
II you want good goods at cost, go toMos
colics; Washington avenue, near Tenth
Window screen wire, water-coolers, zero
refrigerators, toilet sets, bird cages aud a
general stock or tin aud ltritanla ware, also
u irood supply or the celebrated Charter
Oakeookln,' stoves at lowest tl,'ures No
1W, Commercial avenue.
0. W. Hkmii-.ksos, Cairo, Illlnol-.
Hurger lias Just received and opened iv
large stock ot damasks, uupklus, towcllngn,
etc., etc., all or Which will be sold chenner
iii..u iUv.. can be bought anywhere cl-e lu
Mr. J. M. Moskovics, tho enterprising
dealer in dry goods, Washington veti'M
between Ninth and Tenth streets, offers his
large and varied stack ot" goods nt cost
prices. Ills store is full of the choicest of
dry goods of every vailely and quality, and
the prlctB at which he Is disposing of them
are ostonlshlngly low, Call upon him and
satisfy yourscU. f-7 tf.
The most beautiful percales, Jaconets and
oilier white dress goods over brought to
mis market, can bo bought for exceedingly
low prices at Burger's.
A ucw hotel has been opened In the Urge
houso locked on the corner ol Seventh
street and Washington avenuo. It will be
known as lliown'i, hotel, and proprletored
by Mr. llrown, whose reputation as a hotel
keeper U welVknown In this city. Tho
houto ha-, been thoroughly renovated and
refurnished, and Is In every way first-cUss.
The tables aro at all times furnished with
the bent the teasou aliords, und the charges
liberal, being only el &o per day. Mr.
llruwn solicits aud desiirvcs a sliaie ol tho
public jiatronage. 6-lltf
linrgor has a complete line ol hosieM of
all kinds, and corset', collar-, cufK ete.. in
ICE CltKAMA LOON.
As waim weather U approaching the
lovers ot icu cream will be gluil to loam that
Mes.rs. Saup .tClarkson havu titled up and
returnthet, lu elegant style, their Ice cream
parlors. Their ui immoth soda fountain ha.
also been put In running order, aud nothing
is wauling about the establishment to make
the pleasure and comtort of their .patrons
This popular hotel has been n lltled and
Improved, and Is now one of the most com
lortablo stopping places In the uliy. Tho
travelling public and persons ikflring
plrasant quarters by the week ormonth.vWI
always find them at tho Commculal hotel.
Hate, of board have been rcilucted a fol.
lou.: Day board, (I AO per week; tianslt,
il M per day; board anil lodging, fiom 5&
to 7 per week. tl
Hurger hoi Just icculved a full line of
summer dress goods of every description,
which will lie ,i)ld cheaper than the ehcan.
Two homes and lots at auction on Wed
nesday, May si, J87.1, t,vo c,,,,, ulj
lots on Twelfth street, between Commercial
avenue aim Poplar streets, opposite the resi
dence of John (. Harmon, will be sold m
auction. Tirm, two-thlrds iash, th, bal
ancn on ten months time, secured by note,
and sale mortgage bearing ten per cent, in
teiet. The houses ar comparatively new,
and In first-rate order. Partlis wishing to
purchase would do well to cotiw and ex
amine them boforc day of sale.
At the sime time and place, 1 will sell, at
auction, ill of my household furniture, con
sisting ol carpets, bedstfads, 'jurenm, hed
clothing, tables, feather-beds, stoves, chairs,
pictures, etc., tc. Sale to commence ut io
o'clock a, m. Joski-ii Aknoi.d.
Meyers Arnold, Atictloners,
Caiho, My 17, 173. M6 It.
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, MAY
CHANGE OF I f It, It. TIME CAM),
The time In the tunning ot tho passenger
trains on the Illinois Central railroad, went
Into effect Sunday at 2:10. Hereafter trains
Ou that road will arrive and depart as tol
Throui(li tialns between
Louis will run a lollows :
ft. Louis express, depart .
St. l.ouls expciH, arrive. .
.2:23 a. in.
.2:10 p. m
I'arasoli andal.itge lot ol custom nuule
boots and hoes are sold cheap nt Hurler's.
tWTOUTUNATi: NEOI.ECT OK DI' IY.
Mr. .lames Johnson, the gcntlemanly-you
bet-agent of tho Illinois Central Kallro.ul
company In this dty, sent in, on Saturday
last, n new time schedule, and requested us
to notice tho changes and Inform the public.
We ueglectcd to do so, and the concntcn:e
was that, on Hund.iy, Mr. William ,lanic, a
colored gentleman, mUscd tho train, lie
was going up tho road to Join hlraseir In
wedlock to Miss Dinah Johnson, and ho was
ol course greatly disappointed. Ilelsgolng
to commence suit against the company ror
unjust discrimination, although be was ad
vfscd by n celebrated lawyer or this cltv, to
go alter them for libel. He will al.o sue Tiik
llfi.M:Tix lor assault and batteiy, with In
tent to commit burglary, because ol tho
neglect on the pari ol this paper to make
publication ol tho change that had been
made In the time ol the departure of train
SALE OF EOUIl'MENT STOIlK?.
There will be sold nt public auction to lb,,
iiignesi Diclilcr, nt 10 a.m., on Thursday,
.May 2D, 187a, at tho naval station. .Mound
City, a quantity of naval equipment stores.
in part as IOIIOW-,
1 1 anchors., pounds,
7 chain cables.
1 sot fcales (counter).
4 ' " (platform).
Sii yards cotton canvas.
And a large quantity of miscellaneous arti
cles, such us: Wire and 'uianllla rone, boat
awnings, rowlock.", double aud slnglo blocks,
IatnpR,oId Jilok, etc., etc.
Ienns. Ten per cent. In government
funds on the conclusion ot the sale, anil the
remainder within ten day, during which
lime tno articles must be removed from the
station, otherwise tuoy will icverl to the
Ily order or the commandant of station.
Fhanus T. Gii.i.ktt,
WMf l'ayiuastcr U. S. Navy.
SwImuuslliH, tarletnns, Frenchand Ham
burg embroideries at iturgcr's. 4 lr-nt bar
In this city Monday morning, May 19, at 0
o'clock, Annie Margarctta, daughter ol E.
A. lllirnett, and graud-daughtcr or Charles
nml Hannah Lame, aged 1 year and d
Dcarllltln Kcttfu was a sufferer six weeks,
with whooping-cough anil measles our Ut
tie rosu-bud bloomed but a day, anil has
Joined her mother above.
When wc eoe precious blosom,
That we tended with such care,
Ilndely taken from our bosom,
How our aching hearts despair!
Hound Its little gravo xvo linger,
Till llio setting sun is low;
Feellntf nil our hopes have perlslieil.
With thu tloWer wc uhurt.hi-ii .
We shall sleep but not forever.
in mo louo nml silent gravo :
Blessed be tho Lord that tuketh.
Ulcs;cd bo Iho Lord that gan-.
lu the bright, eternal city
Death can never, never come !
In hlsiMii good tlmo he'll call us
From our rest to home, sweet home.
The vui ive Cotcriu arc to have u party
at the St. Charles hotel Friday evening
next, which promises to bo a grand alJalr,
Hy leaving Cairo on the 11. .10 p. in. trail-,
passengers got Into East St. Louis at o'clock
In the morning, and into St. Louis at break-la-t
time. This is a good arrangement.
The reputed case of sm.tll-pox sent to the
oilier- nospuai turns out to Lc a case of
measles-only that and nothing more.
There is not a caso of small-pox lu the city.
Most ol the churches of the dty were well
attended day before yesterday. The funeral
sermon on tho death or Chas. C. Munn. de
llverul lu thu Presbyterian church by liov.
H. II. Vlnyer, attracted a large audience to
A gentlounn came Into our office vester
day with a cowhide In his good rlght'hand,
but he -lid not u-e It. At tlr-t we suspoeted
that he Mas ono or the Cairo Modoc, who
aro arlug it us from their little lava beds:
but ho was not.
Tho Shores Imbroglio has sub-bled. Tho
many bad mon who wru soeklng to drive
Mr.Shorcsfroin the woik t Wu,., j1B W;li
called many years ago, have itirt,, ,P.
teat. Thus Is it always. Goodn, .im x r.
tile always triumph, in the end. o,..,.
nes and molrtue.
Collec A sugar, OJ pounds fm
at Parker A A.xloy't.
SALE OF 8ERVICIVAI1LE AND rs'srit.
' 1 0 E A It I. E 0 1 1 DN A N C E sT o 1 1 lis .
Navy Department, April 20, le-73.
Thero will be sold at publle auction to thu
higluM bidder, at 12 m., on Tuursday, May
2Uth, 187,1, at thu natul station. Mound City,
Illinois, a quantity of eannoii projectiles and
miscellaneous articles of ordnance. In part
a follows, viz :
GO 31 pdrl'arrott rlilcs.
3li0pdr Parrott rifles.
1 89 pdr Dahlgrcn rlllle.
2 32 pdr cannon.
10 clyht Inch cannons.
1 ix Inch mortar.
A largo quantlt, about 111 tons, of ten
inch, eight Inch, 3J pdr, .10 pdr, 20 pdr, lo
pdr, aud thirteen Inch mortar projectiles
ami miscellaneous ordnance stores, Inilud
lug a lot of scrap bronze.
ienns: fen per cent. In government
lunds on Ihe conclusion of the sale, and Ihe
remainder within ten days, during Utch
tliuu the articles must be removed from the
n.u.w uiuimi-u iiiuj wm reiert to tho
it Is to be dlptlnctiy understood that no
gusnmtce will bo ,,,, t0 pur.haser. of
articles offered for salo and noted In the
catalogue as regards their exact conditio,,
or quality, hut it l believed, however, tl, ,
ever) thing offered for salo I, as represented
William N. .Ikitki.h, chief of ftunau. '
II." above Is publl.hedby o.-.tcr of thu
commandant ol station, to whom persons ,0.
Irlng to become purchasers and wlHhing tu
inspect the articles offered tor tale should
apply. FkancihT. Gin.itrr,
fJ-d.twtd Paymaster l .Vm--,
Moscoics issclliugoU at voi v-j tf
II A UVE I' UK TUB -SICKLE TON St VTIIE
avvi.Msr.ii i.s .iue..A.siuti( to.
DEAD Foil A Itl.'CAT,"
TIIIloW PHV.-K TO THE DOGs.
We li-irn fiom the Commerce (Mo.) D!
patch,' and other sources, that alannltu. r,
lalliy pieialls In different portions ol this
county contiguous to tin. .M.ss-liitil river
At (iooo lland and Santa Fe n number of
deaths hive riccurroil (lining the past week,
and In tlio vicinity of foiiunerce, on tho
Mississippi shore, the ravages of the disease
I. al-o alarming. The ' Dispatch ay
Some the or six persons wo could name,
have, during thu past two or three weeks,
gone to.lieil lu perfect health and woko up
dead lu the morning. One was tho caso of
a child whnvtokcupiiiul nured well during
the night and horriiled Its paiouls by being
itcad in the inorniii.'; another was a woman
who went to bud well, and In her death
struggle succeeded In arousing her husband
Just in lime lo see the lat gasp of life and
three or lour ea-es ut or near Goose Island,
or men who retired to bod alter thnlr
usual .lav", work and woro stark dead
before the hour for commencing another
ilajs work had come around. The cause ol
death in these eases must remain n mvsterv,
as no sjmptoms hac been witnessed except
thoc In articulo mortis.
As the prevailing epidemic, meningitis, Is
proWigltselltobe a p ithuloglcal pliatitas
niagorla.uml eludes Itself with the rapldltv
and with all the ilellcato s.lades and tints of
the kaleldoscops, lu lis symptoms ; and as 11
seems to luvc liken up und forged nearly
all llio common mucuses of the country
iiuh it. neuralgia, iiiuiiiuaiisiii, iiniiiinioiil.i,
iiiiiirpernlfrvpr, tetanus, etc., Into tluuiiler
bolln, poisoned l,y Its own peculiar venom,
we are illsp oeil lo la v these sudren deaths
at its door. As this disease Is under tho c
polnagc or medical men wo are compelled to
cry mail-dog at Its rear.
Since the above was written. Wi, Ipnl-ti
that there were two more victims to the In
Arcomtianvini: the same Infnrinillni, u
thu following letter:
Dn. H. P. Lynch v.ir .v.v into ,.
disease In the Uclnlty of McPheetcr's mill
which we attribute to something the pa
tients have eaten. Dr. Lawrencii and mv
seir, by Investigating the matter, ascertained
Dial all thu patients had been rutin'' the
same meat, which they bought at a cuiiutrv
store I u thu neighborhood.
nave you a mieio-copo or sufficient mag
nifying power to delect the trichina spiralis.
If you have. ou will confer a great favor
by sctullm; It to llio or bv InlormiiiL- m nl
the fact, and I will bring some ol tho meat
over. Vours, Ac., .1. W. JtKNnto.
THE IIEST SHOW TRAVELLING.
The ' Great Chicago Show" has come
ami gone, and we aro bound, In Jutlco to
the management of that concern, to -ay that
It Is, bevond all doubt, the be-t entertain
ment of the kind that has exhibited in this
city for years. All the appointments or the
entertainment aro complete in tho broade-t
tvh'O ut that term. Thero was no delay be
tween thu different performances every
thing being so-rranged us to have thu Uir-
ferent features ol tho show follow each oth
er In quick succession. The stokes family,
with tlielr trained horses, form not the least
or the good parts ot the show : and the riding
of the trained dog Is something, to -ay the
least, uewand novel; but the most prominent
feature or tho circus performance Is the
bare-back riding of Mr. Jtobiiison, who is
acknowledged to be the most expert bare
back rider in the world. He uccomplishaj (
many ot the most dlUJcult feats with so
much ease, as to relieve the audience of till
thai fear usual on such occasions, where,
II lUurl'lurttioul.t be thrown to the ground
ud maimed and manglud, It would not lit
all surprise the uudleuce. Mr. Robinson
justly deserves the renown ho has won for
hlm-ell throughout the world, for ill. su
perior achievements jM lure-back riding.
1'akon all In ull, we are free to say, wo be
lleo the "Great Chicago .show" to be the
best travelling exhibition now In the I'nited
Juc cream Is ripe.
Soda water Is fizzing.
Sweating time haseomo.
Illg crop empty store boxes.
Hlg "how In town yesterd iv.
Door-step parties will soon bo In order.
Cairo has gone back on ba-o ball. Good.
Pack your furs iu:d woolen goods In cam
phor. Farmers are beginning to '-look lor a hlreil
The siason to r.irli is nut been a good one
Itock-bcer will sjqii have 'gon where
tho woodblnu twlneth."
Tim IlULLETl.v now has a larger circula
tion In this city than any other dally paper
publl-hed In Cairo.
ISenJ. O. Jones, editor of the Metropolis
'Journal,' Is a catidtoati lor county clerk ol
The circus proce-ion yestenlay ilc
lighted the boys and jrirls ami darkles. It
was a great success.
A man employed in the ice houc neat- the
t. Charles hotel, ilMut cholera moibus
Mr, and Mrs. Chas. i(. Kj,le am, Mr a)U
Mrs Tom Sloo will return to Calto to-day by
the steamer l'at. Roger,-.
Thulioiis Mid goats hate been driven from
Hie streets by the fierce .isPaultol Mcllale's
celebrated city hog :atchcrs.
The .Massac County Agricultural Assocla
tiou imist have proved a failure. The fair
grounds were offcu d for sale at miction on
tho 10th Inst.
ji you expect io mako Cairo a big oily,
don't hold your acant lot nt pi Ices so high
that people will W compelled to seek other
points where they can locate advantage,
An exchsngo hats the South is not the
only place that raises cotton that many
ladies lu Southern Illinois raise several
pounds etery tlmo thoy take a long breath.
Howli that lor high
Thi'MU.UlppI alloy Unlvursullst Con
ventlm will moot at (iolconda on Friday,
thol'll Inst., and continue In toslon over
Mundiy. The friends and members or the
L'nlvrs.illt Church are Invited to attend.
Eury day orthc week a number of small
biys it ho ought to be at school may bo seen
trap.iig tho streets. Whether thuy aro sent
lo surool and do not go, or -whether they
play truant, or "long taw," as tho boys have
it orgj a fishing, ln,o)l courso, u question.
'I he folluwlng Is a urlatim copy or on or
der retontly received b) u hardware house
In Poducali. Tho names only aro suppress
ed i " llallard County, Kentucky. May 1.-
'Mesrs. , Paducah Send mo by m
'dilter u jialrnl trace-chains and two Ion-'door-hinges,
.lane had a baby last night- !
alo two padlocks. Yours, etc., . "
I'iii question Is, who is the daddy of (tie
The .Memphis 'Appeal' says i "Fronunanj '
e irrcspoiidents wo receive Instructions t,. 1
aiuLiul our river report as furnished by tje
'Uuul olllcer so that we can tell how mu, H
tus tit er at Cairo lacks being at blgh-tvater '
uurk, iy oflSI'7. Now we are told how I
ar It li above low-tt.ter nnrk, inlormatlon
th.-tt avails thoc nothing who have cattle, lii
the swamps- and would rc-cuc them from pns.
slblocomltigoicrllows. We submit tlle'eac
tot lie signal bureau."
The cholera Is making ad havoe In New
Orleans, and Its presence may be anticipated
at an early day In this ell). Our city au
thorities should bo warnod by this ract, and
at once put the city In order for the coining
ol the dleasp. ILivani, alarmed by tho
violence ol the dlca'0 In the Crefent City,
lm established quarantine and allows no
Vcels Irom there to approach the clly, un
til they have laid lirtcen days off that port.
If Havana Is so careful, why should not
Cairo lake warnin;. and proilt by that elt
While Iho Health oilleer. Mr. Wooton, Is
doing everything In his power to force tho-e
persons in the city ttbo hue dlrly picinl-cs
lo clean up, wu cannot help InslMlng upon
the strictest enforcement ol tho ordlnancei
relating to sanitary affairs. The tun's near
approach to Urn jh.ua will soon assist in
converting much off he filth of certain local,
lllcs Into deadly miasma, which will be car
ried Into parts ol the city, where there Ins
been a partial effort to bo clean. The health
of a town is duo lamely to cleanliness The
Rlblo says "li It next to godliness." Who
eayi wo don't read the lilble ?
Tiik friends ol Mr. E. A. llurnott sinpa.
th.o with him in the bereavement he stif
Icrs by tho loss of his iun;rt child, an lu
tirestlng little girl ol twenty-two months or
age a bereavement nude doubly sad com
ing o soon altet the death of the little one's
mother. Marguratta llurnctt died yester
day mornlugor whooping cough, with which
disease she has i,Cen a 111 ic tod ror some
week. ,si0 bad nc-nrcoly rrcoveicd Irom
Iho measles, and lo the combination or ills,
cases her frail lire succumbed.
Tho funoral sorvlcos of .Mr. Charles C.
Munn at tho Presbyterian church Sunday
morning were attumtud by n tromendoui
concoursoof our citizens. Kvorv Inch of
room was occupied nnd many failed to find
oats. Thu sormon was preached by Riv.
H. U. Thityoriind wa publisho.l yesterdiv
on tho flnt pgo of tho 'Sun.' It was de
livered in an elegant and iinprosslvo man
ner, during which tho speaker had
the marked attention of tho au
diunce. The snutle was beautifully ren
dered by tho cbolr, and was moit uxcollant.
Tho entlru lorvicos woro mournful and
tjuching boyond oxprosslon. Tho hoarts
of those present wentout In great sympa
thy for tho stricken young wife, and lm
grier burdened father who lint lost Iho
pnJo of hit baart,hlj only son. and for tho
agod grandfather, who, while him
self ncsrlng tho ortals of tho
great horenfter, commits ono af
tor another of thoio who are dearest to
him to thechecrloss tomb, in hopoof im
mortality and eternal blessedness In
fact, the sympathies of our rltizo'is aro
heartily given to all tho relatives, while
each who know "Charlie," us all were
wont to cill him, silently mourns tho loss
of a good friend, a kind-hearted, generous
youth, a devoid Christian, and a model
All J o'clock p. m., n largo procession
moved from tho church to the I C. 15. R.
depot, where tho remains wero placed on
train to be transported to Chicago, whore
they wiH bo interred in Rse Hill ccmo
tory. Good, truo, noblo heart, farewell May
the flowen bloom above his last resting
placo, and his memory bo green with thoo
thatlovoJ him until tho last trump shall
wako tbo sleoping ctskot to immortality
It K 1. 10 IOCS.
The ceremonrilat the JCatholic church
on Sunday were of moro ihan ordinary In
tereet. Tbo most impressive, perhaps,
was that of solomn hltrh mass whirl, ,.
celebrated al 10 o clock. Tho Rnr
Father Talloy from Cape Girardeau act
ing ns High Prion or chiof cole
brant; Tho tinging on theocctsion was
furnished by tbo best talent of tho citr,
and tve would bo unjust in our notico did
wo not refor to the excollent singing of the
reverend gentleman from tho Cape.
Possessed of ft splendid voice
the speeial gift of naturo, mellowed by
tho rotlncd teachers of cultivation and
practice, and presenting unusual attrac
tions of person and manners, ho i9 a genu
ine typo of a noble Irish nricst and nvnf i
way worthy of occupying a high station
in tho community to which ho belongs.
At a proper time, ft cessation of ceromo.
nies took placo, when he preached an able
discourse on tho Immortality of tho soul.
Ho is a good preacher ; nnd adding to tho
elegance oi composition clearness of
diction, propriety of inflection
ami an me graces of gosturo and delivery
does not fail to create a lasting Impres-
cn uu wiuimuus ui ma uearors.
In tho uvcnlng confirmation was ad
miniitered by the lih-p to a host of
cLiimren neatly attired for the occasion
And at i Jo clock be d'illvered a good Ice.
turo on tho necessity of praying for the
dead " that thoy may bo loosed from their
sins. uisiiop iiaites it known.tbrougbout
thu state as onoof thu best theologians in the
cnurcn.anu wo could not but adtniro dur
ing the coursoof his lecturo that facility
oi oiprcFsion so peculiar to every speaker
thoroughly acquidntod with his subjoct
N e would bo glad to hear him again. At
m conclusion tho benediction of tho
blossnd lucrament took plHco and thus
ended tho solemnity ot tho day's services
ItAPTIST CAUSE IN
Ought ttolo hayo a liantlst church in
t-airof I reply, tea. Lut net lltuin the
principlo auyeited by tbu good editor of
I'ltl, II. , (I L", ... ...I ... .1
UK..I.M1.., wm., me way, wo re-
"i i i i R"u KC'wous
's. HIlO Will, nffi
' churches aro a good thing upon tho prui
ciple. l ist, liku homeopathy, if thoy u0 no
kuuu I,,) win uonu Imrui," Lut rather
.rum mu inn UMl ttmt thcro ro ,
linrii.na , ,, ,I.a nl... .
' - ' " i-uy wuo are liaptist in
su iiimoni una who cannot bo rouched bv
l)Lhr ,ln ,...1 v. ... . . V
..ouuiin, .sow WU OUgUl It
have a hoiifuol" worship.and a llve.earnost
sjuriiuai, persovoiing liaptist churoh to
. nioii, in. io work them up. Whon
in llio second place there are many Chris
tuiris m the city who are llapti.ts and who
. ' Homo in other churches
uuimlr.g loose, thoy aro liko lost sheep
w.thout a shepherdWlth it houso or wor
"ip in which to gather them, and set
"win io tturk for Jesus, they would exert
in mtl'ienco upon tbo moral and religious
sentiment of tbo city which would be
iiesitniiil, and socondlng tho ofl'orli ot
meir t-hribtlan brethren of other dijnrm
inations, and would do soinfcthlno-. nt lnst.
toward the future growth ai.d prosperity
of tho city, which must alwayi depend
upon its moral and religious condition. In
tho third plaou, a rgo per cent., of tbo
incoming population of Cairo will bo liap
tist, If there is a houso of worship hero,
and an enterprising Uaptist church living
in it offering a homo to all Jioptlsts who will
eUle here. It li fair to suppos that
large share of the Incoming population of
Cairo will be from the slates of Mlisourl,
IContucky nd Illlnola. In th state of
Illlnoii, wo have nearly 900 churches
with n membership of about 70.000. In
tho into of Missouri wo number over
00,000, and In tho itatoof Kentucky about
As with oilier denominations, so with
ohm. Among tho most Intelligent, untnr
prlilng and wealthy, ne llnil many seek
ing tho town and cities for buMne's, edu
cational and rollglous privileges, Mid with
tho largo number of member of lloptlft
churches In thoio thrco states, many of
whom I happen td know, are sooklng such
privileges, II is not dllllcult to soo how
strong a magnet lo draw thoin hlthorward
ft flourishing Unpllst church would bo.
Xor Is it dllllcult to cu tha wisdom of tho
presont efTort of tho church to build a
homo of wonhlp, or their fororait in plan
ning for a house at onco attractive, con
venient find an ornnmcnt to tha cltv.
.1. C. m'r.T.it,
I'll 1 1 . HOWARD,
S'J KAMliOAT HUTCH EK
til j Notional Bniik llnllilliiv.
M.Hitqini titeatinn nnl mot. ln Inun
bnsls nltftil nriUt
Per day. Agents wanted! All classes nt
working people, of elthtr sex, oung or old,
m ike more money at work for Us in their
sn.tro moments, or nil thu-timr, than nt any
thing ide. Particular free. Address
O. 5-7I.N80.V .V Co., Portland Maine.
h l'i: t.'lll IATS.
UAtHO ANJJ iAUtlUAH
MAIL IIO AT.
rtic siUnJiil stssmri
Dick Fowlkii, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) lit
i p.in Fur freight upas.tge apply on boat vr
.1 As, .MAI.LDllV, -g I.
is A M W 1LSON,
d I 1 LI I IS
Ohio Lrvxii Caio, III
P R 0 J' OlS A L S
FOIl I'OI'YI.Vn TIIK LAWS AND
JOl'HNALS OF TIIK 26TII
On or before the 2sth day of .May, l;i,
and until IV o'clock m. ol yM day, scaled
propo-sls will l,o received bv the ermmls.
loners ot public printing fo'r copying the
law, journals and joint resolutions or the
1 wenty-elgbtli general assembly or the
stale or Illinois, and tor such additional
cutiylni; as mav be ordered l,v vii.i
arscmbly. ' "
tfuch proposals mush be In triplicate, one
copy to be dcpo-ltcd with tho secretary of
state, one with ihe auditor of publle ac
counts and one with the state treasurer,
and accompanied by a bond, for the fallhlul
performance or the contract, In the penal
sum or f.'i.OOO, signed by two sureties. Said
bond must be satisfactory to said commis
sioners, and bo approved bv the governor,
nnd tiled lu his olllce until the award is
Kach proposal mii't be accompanied by at
.1. .v. . iiuc- ui mu nnuu.ttniiiigoi mo per-
run iimhii g me proposals legal cap paper
'I'he governor and the commissioners ol
public printing-reserve to tbem-eltes the
will iu reject any ami an mus. Hie proposals
will be oiiened at three o'e ock p. m Wed
he.day, .May sy. lbT.'J, In the olllce ol the
. , ' . inn contract then and there
.iiin;ii unless an II1U4 are rejected,
Hko. il. ll.tm.ow, Scc'y ot State.
C. L. Lii-i'iNciii-r, Auditor P. A.
h. HUT, State Treasurer.
r-ll iliw. Commissioners Public Prlnlln
RETAIL GROC E R
And Dealer lo
VKOKTA IILKS. Fl;iT.S. K(!(IS, LA HI)
FHESU liVTVy.il, KTU.
KT All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
tho lowest prices.
Corner Oth St. aadCommerclalAvc.
" A- Tl",m' I.. I. 'I horns
TIIOMS A BnOTIIEIt,
Succc-sosrs to H. M. llulen.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HROKKRS
Mttl "ua I n ii i-i firvieerleN,
Foreign and Domestic
u X'0.'fc3 Ji JSTD N"U"TS
I.K Commercial Avenue,
CAIHO. - . ILLINOIS.
NOTICK TO CONTItAUlOItS.
Anna, Ills,, May H, lHTH.
.Sea cil nronosals will hi, r..n..iw..i .,.', .
o'clock p. in,, ou the 17th duy of July nevt
or the erection and completion labote the
basement story) of tho center bulldliig t,o
.southern lllnols Insane iistlum, lociitcd at
A.V.. r.-T.Xv.V'i.. v.. . . '. ' ';."." uu tin.
.wi luuoiuiii 111 me nu isiaicii. A il()ii,l
of two thousand dollars n-,ist accompany I
-"raVl'mrll!,:;.!!1 ,W,T VM.' "
im s, L.iu.miuiii ii iiuiL ii iiin I'mf r.
raetor will be required to give bond In il, ,
b e the amount oi cnnir.-w i r,....
nroted bv the L-oternnr fnr . V...'i ,,,H
,,iini.. "i ui" ienns oi mo contract. I'l uVs
unit Kiiec III, .Mi nn. niiii ' .".!'.. i i ilis
n ..: 'mm coin.
the oil ce of the i-oiiiiu ,, inner. , 1
ati'l alter tho first ,.iy of ,n,W wK, T,
blank proposal, can lie had. ' r . L.
. "v UN OX II 1 1 il 1 1,,,.
nn i i,i . ' "' "''"
sinner, reserve tho rltrhl'l,,' rr.l , .A'" Ul"
all bids. H 1 1 so. "V
liistM Walkku, c,
ni't.S IAl, . (ITU us.
OliSTACUS TO MARRIAGE
Haniiv re ef mi.,..,, ''""lauij
fects uf errors ".'rom ." ef-
restpre.l. ri.inc.llm : W .
lllllsp. in .,).. i, .
riage removed. .New metho ,
is. H,,nl. . .,.!
Addrchs, llovvr, Assoc inn, v 1 P
Ninth street, I'h hXid i. i 'iNo- 2, "'"l
t on havlni. ,', )Ti . ... . ' '." 1 .-!! nslltu.
VFINUI AMIS UHUUHH.
11. SMYTH & CO.,
V A I HO. I I. L. I N O I
Also, Sf(i comUntlf on tisml a mutl oura
,ltl stock uf
JCOK1II AMD IRISH WIII8KIH
-0 I KB , -
Fort, Mndnrin, Sherry und Cftlnwbh"Vln"s
; II. f-lnllh A Co, ate nl-o ogrnts lot Fi in
cer. .McKay ACo.V Pittsburg ale, of which
large stock Is kejit foiisfantly on hind at
Office over ; First .S'atlonsl bank. ,1-1 Mm
SAM tKfi I'. WIIKULEli,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Olll.-e oter First National lunk.
.lobn II. Mulkcy.
Wlllam C. Mulkey.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
rear rooms over lianuon's book
NO. 121 COMMtllCIAL AVKSUf,
Itctwccn Seventh ami Klghth streets
GKEKN &. OILUKHT,
COUN'aELOKS AT LAW,
Wilhun II (lillssrl,
mi in r . otiurt,
-Spools. KtUnliOD Risen l AJmlrsltr tnt
orrioK onto lkvec, boomb 7 xxu H ovki
CITT KATIOVAL HANK.
JA.MKS U. SMITH,
Ft UK ISSUHAXfi:
Real Estate Auent.
Will buy ami s- all kinds of real estate.
pay taxes, rent hou-es, nuke collections and
MO.VKY TO LOAN.
?20.(KK III sums of i:m m irrA nn ,m.
proved real estate security In Cairo.
Stores, manuracturiug establishments,
dwell nirsaod Turn inr.. II.,ii...,.i ..
... .... . ......nni.u lljtWC
Insured at reasonable rates lu first-class com
No. M Ohio Levek
OA 1110, ILLS.
HYLAND & SAWEU,
A.VI) SCALCIta LN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
(IF KVKKY UKHCHIPTio.v,
Corner lnth street and Comraorclil avv 1 1
next door to the Hylaud saloou.
"ICtf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DI'.ALKIt IS
BTJTO m El Ti,
KmiiTH Strekt, Hitwici, Washinoto.-s
AND COMMKKOIAL AtE.NUKU,
A.IJolBlDlf Bl leithonae mnd H.iin,',
rill.... la ihS m5; uCTa.
lftUccesor to .fames K'vni.t,,,, .
HUTUIIKR A.VI, DEALEn IK ALL KlND Or
C'OUNKlt NlNKTENTII AM) I'orLAIt ST8
OAIHO, ILLINOIS; "
mi. 1). C. TABER,
wit 'lS., V mfcMon
JV'-w commercial avenue, up stain.
II. WAHDNEK, M. D.
of ice .-u.,1 i;,..i,i ,,.
nn , V " "l commercial ave-
i!ili-!"t At door to the Athcmmm. '"c
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
D KHIIiE.VCK-carDi'rNlnlh and Walnut st.
i "ferr00''1" '' "."! n.f Ohio I...'
JtSce hours from a
m. lol2n,.,HD,i ,.,n
DR. G. E. DOL'GLAS,
constant supply of pure NUrous Ovi.i,.
Ini- Mu, imlnless ex niclfnn .,r .. . ..V'UO
the Dental liooms or ijr. Iougl.i,, success
toDr A. M. Austin. Lb.'hlh siren. "UTr(
Will he received at "7 Ohio lvCe. nmll ,
1. 12 in . lor "My I""lntiig. li , ;
Inirs. and al isoHcess relating to sum!. ,Se"'