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UAIKO AMI ""::"
Trains now leo Calio ami jiotinu -uj a
Leave Cairo. Leave Mnmi. City.
VI m. l-.llip.m.
Ciiah O.VTonn, (Jn'l Ticket Ag't.
CHANGE OKI. C. It. II. riMEOAJ!!),
Prnrni . .
. Srifi a. m.
..!:li) p. m
Through trains between Cairo and M.
Louis will run as loltuwj :
St. Louis cxpre, depart 11:30 p. rn.
St. U)iil rxp cm, arrive p. m
URO AM) VI.VCKS:NE5KAILIlOAI)
,.uuu TIMt; i aiii.K.
On and after Monday, February 3, 1S7.1,
i-alii- ou the (. . anil V. railroad will run a
.... 7:l.'ia. in.
"uir, p. in. lo.
b;IO " ar.
" .Mound City
" Kldorado ..
" Carml .. .
" Mt. Cannol
Kx- Md. City
eavo Vlnecnne.. . Twin. in.
' Mt. Cannol m.v "
" Cannl . . I'" "
Snrrm lty. lo:-" "
i Kldorado . .ll:l "
.Mound City.. 4k'KI p. ni. 7:00 a. ni. lc.
Ajrhc Cairo .. .. nart " 7:2. " nr.
Councctlns at Vinccnnes with tlio Indl-t.cao1l-iinil
md Lvauvlllu and CrawfordWUc milroadi
IX Mt. Cariuel with the l.oUl-ill and Now
vlbany airline; at tarml with the. "St. Loui
tnd Soiltlicastcrn ; al .MrrfClty thu pri lir
le! 1 jnd Iillnol soilllioajtcni ; at Kldorado
villi t!ii "liauneclown branch ot thu M.
Uiul'-and --oulliea-ti rn; at Cairo with tlio
Mobile and O lo railroad tranIVr bu.it. and 1
ilcainer- for Mrmplu-, I!cd Itucr, Vlck
burg and New Urloaiiv
C"its, O. Wooii, Geu'l Ticket Ag't.
JXO. l.EK, illt., Sup't.
LOCAL VLril Hit UKl'Dltl .
U. S. StO. SKIt.. OIl.iF.KVr.K'S OFFICK, t
CaIko. Ma) i0, 1-373, 10:11 p.m. J
ThTjiomctcr CI decree".
Wind, northi.at, eloclty 4 mile por
Yft thcr, fair.
ilixlmiim icmpr4ture lat 21 hours at
i p. m , 7a degrees.
Miutmum temperature, last 21 hours, at
fc a. m., 04 decrees.
J'reallln' ivjnd l.it 21 hour, northeast.
Total number of miles wind travelled, l.ut
24 hours 104
Total rainfall In Inches .01.
l)tvii . H.iiinimt, Oh'fncr.
Wo arc authorized to announce that
Dasid J. ilakcr in a candidate lor Judge ol
tlie'iVcnty-alxtu dudici il circuit. I-Jection
on .Monday, June 2, ls73. td
Honey in the comb put up in one pound
tumblers at l'aikei .t A.lc)'.. 0-47 St.
To rent n small house. Address
U. E. ItoniNsO.v.
Hl-tl Cairo and Inceunes iiallioad.
A houc, 8 room and d closets with one
lot tti J a half, corner of Tweiity-tlrst and
1'oplar -trccts on cay terms. For limber
iutortiution, apply on the i reiniuj.
Fine white ; iule and double X amber '.
ilnle and d mblu X Canary, livl ipiallty ot
mini 11 1, bhH letter, etc., etc. tiO.U)) lor
ale, prlutod at ?3 IW to 0 pur thousand,
ttbo Uui.i.un.N orncL'.
The other vcnlng, on the corner of Nine
(eenth street and Commercial avenue, an
ereeJIeutoppjriuulty. A good reward will
be paid to tlm editor ol tuo 'sun' If he Will
tin d out the above.
A dig shyer, at fie corner of Ninth street
and Vauiujlii uvvnun. Mu-t lis a god
cut-uller, ami one generously deposed tow
ard thu nroner cultivation ol the art of
To eorrepond with an intcbigoiit )6ung
Jady In this eliy lut bu a good rhetorl
cUu, and trf tly coiitideiitlul. ilavu no ob
jection to one Jut from the country, pro
Tided U Is not too strongly inclined to the
inatrimouluHi.trn. Apply this utllcc.
NO I ICE.
Saloon-keepers, and all others, are hcrrby
nollll': t to cu no more tiipior of any kind
to my husband, Jack Conner-, or they will
bo prosecuted to the lull extcnlof the liquor
lw. CaTHAKINK COS.NKIth.
Cili'.o, May II, lS7tf. Ct.
OrntE Novki.ty Iito.v Stoiik,
CAIHO, Ills, .Ma) 20, lBi. J
Kotlce is hereby Klveu tliat 1 will pay no
bills uulc a writun order liu. been g s,cn
from tbl orllce. C. U. Woouwmu.
HUSINKSs IlOLsE i ult KENT.
On Sixth ureet between Commercial and
WashlUijtou Aveuucs, suitable lor a milliner,
dress-maker, tailor, tinner, harness-maker
or grocer, Rent, 6'i &i p-r mouth, paja
ble in advance, Arply to
b-Wtl E. F. IUvih.
6alon-Veeper and all otheri aro hereby
'nittUed to tell no more liquor to ui) litis
bAud, Thomas S inters. Any person selling
lquortohloi alter this date will bo piosc
cutcd to the lull extent ol the liquor law.
JuA.V.NA WIN I KHS
Caiko, May 17, 1673. MVSw
Notice is btreby given that on and after
Junel, all dogs and sluts lound ninning at
Jarge, will be killed b) inc or under in) di
rection, unless the required tax Is paid on
the same. I will receive do tax ou and
allcrMay 15 at the cliy clerk's ottii c.
6-Utd W1. McIIali:, city Maislul.
Mm. Anna Lung ou Klghth treet, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, has
Just opened out a utock-of new at, ) fashion.
blo millinery goods. She has one hundred
nd tiny dlllcrent slylcsof hats and bonnet,,
betlda a large assortment ol ribbons, flow.
r and notions ol all aorta, all o( which wb
fc Mist at Ui lovYCit pricii.
Sditn; off atco'tatMou'Osics'. 0- t
All kind of linen, laces, ciLAHs". al"'
trimming of every variety at lltir;cr'.
Stuart k (Ihotvui ulljr irrenl b.iririilu III
low priced grenadine.
Tho place to buy wall piper 20 per cent.
cheaper than any oilier plare In the city Is
Nr. ..l.,....r..,t. Try It II.AllI.E.
The Iturnctt steam cooUn vcel. the.
' Notional American and L'plctirc broiled,
, (lie Dudley spiral irate and door fprlnp, at
Halle)', lfts Washington acniic. 4-21 I in.
i llnrjcr Is now otlcnng lor sale a splendid
, assortment of dress slls.. .Iapanec Miitliijfs
1 etc , etc., at tlio in ist reaoiuble rate.
! 'I lie mni)liltoos, Knat, Ille. biu? and
( bumble bee, arc coining, so prcp.iic )Our
'ell by covering your window with wire
J cloth from Halley's; you can sleep without
bur, and dine wltli'ittl llic. 1 in.
l'ure i tiler linear, double .Mronf:, war
ranted to preserve pickle, for tie by the
barrel and at retail, at It. C- Tblclecke'
rocery lore, Washington avenue, betw en
Tent and L'leveiith treet. fi-lltf
A full lino ot the celebrated standard
trimmings Just received at Stuart ,V Uhol-
f.011. J-il St
F. M. Ward U now .i e pared to dollv cr the
bestol awed and sp'lthl -kury wood to any
part of the city. Alo all km i - r wood and
coal always on liand. Leave order, at his
oillco, corner Seventeenth 'ireel and Com
mcrcinl avenue. a-'JT, if.
.Mo-covr", WiiHlilnt'lon incline,
Tenth direct, l f.piii' oil' at cost, li
.Vow took and now etyloi ol wallpaper
paints oils window glas etc., etc , at li. 1
Iel' new otorc, Vahliiston aveuuo and
i:ii'euth htrcct. Call and -co the latcl
tyle in wall paper beloro purchalii; cl.
rthcre. l-l a.
A Hew and bountiful anrtinut of grenadine-
aro now lor alo at Hurler's. Cull and
Hird c:i'c, llo-vcr baskets, wire cloth
rlddlo., and crccns nkes hoe-, hnols
pades nuclln and hay fork, titup and ex
tension lac dcrs, wo nl iiumpt and n general
a-ortnicnt ol tinware, tuvos nml houc fur
nldilng good, at Italley's I .at lm.
We are the solo ag. nt for the Falo of .iu
oil's pure cider xlncgar, made on hi, larm
at Condon, llllu !, put up In cousunlenl
?lzcd packages for family ue. and ocry
package warranted pure.
4-13 tf. Coi rr.Y, I'acf. A Co.,
No. fo uhlo l.evcc.
Stuart .V (iliolon aro otVcririg
XX bleached cottons.
Window screen wire, water-cooler-, ?oro
rcfrigetators toilet sets, bird cages and a
general iueiv ui tin aim iirnania Ware, lo
u irood supply of the celebrated Charter
Oik cooking stove at lowot lluroi No
Its), Commercial avenue.
C. W. ItKNliltuso.v, Cairo, Illinois.
llurger lia ju-t received and opened u
large stocv. ol daniaks, napkins toMulitus
etc., etc., all of wlich will be o'd cheaper
than they can be bought tiny where cl in
Mr. J. )I. .Mokovic, tho cutrrpridng
dealer in dry good, Washington vj.i 1 1
bctwoi n Ninth and Tuutli street, oiler, bis
larKO and varied stock of good at e.o-t
prices. Ill store Is lull ol tlu choicest ol
dry goods ol every vatkty and quality, and
the prices at which lie is dlpoiug ol iliem
are aloiiihiugly low. Call upon lilm and
satisfy ) ourself. 6-7 tl.
The Que Vive Coterie will give another of
their social parties at the t. Clnrlcs hotel
Friday evening next. All liece.-sar) ur-
ruieinent have been mule, and n food
lime may be expected. All p-roiis loldliiff
imitations to tho scrto of parties to be
glicn by tlio Coterlo aro expected to be
precnt without furthei notice.
(Ul Vl vk Coti:iiie.
Stuart A C.liol-on otfer special bargain In
grenadines and hcruaul, In plain 14 iek and
satin stripe. fi-at at.
Tlio iiiot beuutirul percales, Jaconets and
other while dn goods ever brought to
thl iinrket, can be bought lor exceedingly
OW prices al llurgur's.
A new hotel ha, been opened in tlio large
houe located on tlio corner ol eventb
street and ahliiglon avenue, it will be
known as llrown's hotel, and proprletored
by Mr llrown, whoe icputallon a a hotel
keeper Is vvc l-knovvn In this elty. The
liou'e has Ii. en thoroughly renovated and
refurnished, and is in every way Ilrsl-ela.s.
I he tables are at all times lurnMiod with
the bet tho oaon alford, and tlio charges
liberal, being only f I W por day. Mr.
Hrow u solicits and deserves a share ol tho
public patronage. f,.jt
Hurpur ha a complete llnool hoslory or
an kiiki. ami cot set, collars culls cii ., in
l.ot, a black dog with short tall, about
the months old, largo oats, hanging down.
Tlio above reward will bo paid by leaving
him at the shortlt'n oltlcc.
YostortU) evening, alireost.pln olltairc.
Thu lludar will io ilvu a ru ward of f.'ti by
leaving lie same at Tub Ill'i.i.i.iix , nice.
May 20, 1S73. It. S. Ciunk.
The funeral servicos ol Annie M. Iluriiftt
will be hold to-morrow (Thursday) at I
oMoek p.m., at thu residence of Mr.
Charles l.ame, on Tenth street. Tho body
will bo placed in the lomb with tho ic
mains of thu mother. The Irlonds of thu
lainily are invited to bo present.
A lot ol valuable paputi: Discharge from the
aimy and it ph)Uiaii' ccrtllicate, al-o a
pocket book containing moiiev. The Under
will he lincrally reivarddd by loavlng the
tamo with II. W. Webb
Ai.KX" iNDRit Thompson.
Caiuo. Ma so, Is7;i. & ai-st
ICE CUEA.M &AI.OUN.
A" warm weather is approaching tho
lovers ol ice cream will bo gild to leatn that
.Mesrs. Saup .V (.larkson have lilted up and
refurnished, In elegant t) Ic, their Ice cream
parlors. Their m imiuoth soda lounlulu ja,
also been put In running order, and nothing
is wauling about tlio establishment to maU
the plea. ui e and uouilort of their patrons
COMMEItCI L HOTEL.
This popular hotel has been ri. Ill ted nud
improved, and Is now one ol the most own
lorlablo stopping place III tho cily. i he
travelling public and person d siring
pleasant quarters by the week or month, vvil
always tlnd litem at the Coiiinicicial Iiotil.
Itatct ol board have been ltductiil as tub
e.ws: Day board, ii fyj per week; tranlt,
tl tyjpcrday; board and lodging from cS
W 7 per vvrnk. tf
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, MAY
Tuclay, May 20, 1373, at Uj o'-IOlk nl"
Ocrtrude I'utton, Infant dail.'litcr of J din
(I. and Mary Harmon, listed I yrar, 1 months
Funeral ocrlcci at the renicncr oi mo
pircnts at 10 o'clock thl morning. The
liincral train will leae Twcllth lrcct at
H yoil want goo.l goods at cost, go toMo-
covlcs; Wadilngton aciitlc, near Tenth
To any and all who de-lrc :i line,
genuine Frcnrh calf.kld, Mortoco or patent
leather pair of boot, guitar, or shoe ot an)
or aP of the latet tyles, William Klilcr. on
Twentieth Mreot, I ready to furiddi lliem
at the tno-t rcaxiiiablo rntc, and guarantee
good t'x:k.g'od Ills and perftict !atilactloii.
Svl iiin-lln , tirlelon-, I'ruuehand Ham
burg embroideries at IturyiT'. fircat bar
PI.VK LAL'.NDUY WOllK.
Mrs. Kettle Colemin lakes this method ol
iulormliig the public that ho is now pn
pare to do all klnos or lino laundry work, at
cheap rales I'liitlng, crimping, etc., done
at a m ill advance peritenon plain clothe
Families ami Individual will tlnd it to their
advantage to tuku their clothes lo Mrs. Cole
man. ltcldciif-o on Fourth 'trcet, south
Ide,licnvcen Wushlnglou and Connncrci.il
liurgcr lias lut received n lull lino ol
summer ilro goods of every description
Which will be ohl cheaper than the cheap
DIS-rOl.l TIO.V OF I' VUTNEIt-llll.
Cino, .May 2u, Ii7.'l.
Tho iiirtnerdilp heretofore cxMlngumb r
the ilnn ol II irdy .t (Irocnwold, Is thl day
dlfhed bv mutual con-cnt.
I. W. II.i:iv,
. .1. W. i:i:i..swoi.i.
I would re.pecifully Inform myold friend
and cutomrs nnd everybody who want
good work and good ,llt, at rcaoiiablo pri
ce, that I will continue, m tun l.icttirlnc
li iot and hoes at my tand, on C nn nerelal
venue, betweon Ninth and Tenth street.
6-21 lw .1. V. r,iti:i:.Nwot.l).
New arrival of lac, embroideries col
lerett , ribbons corct, fan, etc . this
week nt Stuart .fc (iholon's. 0-21 2t
A. 0. I'.
The marvelous superiority ol the Averil'
Chemical Faint Is cstntilMiod beyond envll.
)!eldu the immberle mill ir Joli ou which
Hh.is been ued, vvc roferwitli warrantabtt!
irldo to hoti-o ol Mesrs .1. II, l'hllll. A
Mickle.A M. Cundliraiul Mr. Mite. Time
can only convince our fellow clt 7eii ol Ii
c'iiclet inerlt, durability. We peak that
vvitlcli wo know, when wu iinheltatlngly ai
tlrm that one thorough painting with the A.
O. I'. will tay on, and maintain It, brlliam y
tnire a long a a linli tr coating ol lead and
oil. For silo mixed, ready for u-e, in all
colors by N. E. Wa) .t Co., iienerui coinmls
lon merchant and agent lor the Iron Ilug
gy comptiiy. l.vth trcet, between W:ili
lugtoii and Coininerei.il avenue.
AI CTIO.n :
Two lioiics and lot at aticlion on Wed
nesday, May 21. l7;l. 'Two cottage and
lots on Tw tilth street, between Commercial
avenue ami 1'oplar stteets, opposltu the rul
iletico ol John ). Harmon, will bo sold at
auction. Term, two-tltli ds cah, til bal
ance ou ten uiuiilh time, sectiretl by note.
and ilu mortgage bearing ten per cent, in
teie-t The Ii0ucs are comparatively new,
and ill first-rate order. 1'nrtle wl-hliig lo
piinha-e would do well lo eoinx and ev
amine Ilium before day of ah
Al the tine time and place. 1 will ell, at
auction, ah of my hou-chold liirulttire, eon-sl-tlng
ol carpet, beilstead, 'bureau, bed
clothing, tabic, feather-beds Move, chairs,
picture, etc., ftc. Sale lo commence at 10
o'clock It. II). JOsKI'l! Alt.NOI.II.
Meyer ,fc Arnold, Attctloners.
C.vllto, May 17, 1,73. o-ls4t.
.Stuart .t tilioloii otler "pcclal iinluce.
liients to buyers of .lap silk, in all dclrable
styles of stripes and brocades. Milling
very cheap. Ml at
AUCTION SALE OF HEAL K.-TATE.
I will oiler at public alc on Friday, May
2.1, nt the hour ol 2 o'clock p. in., on the
preini-cs corner of Thirty-fourth and 1'op
lar treet. tho following described real es
Lots 17, is in, 20,21, 22, 21 and 2t, block
31, and lots G, 7, a and block .11. all In the
first addition to the city ol Cairo.
'There is an excellent building on lots lx.
seven and eight, block tlitriydour, which
will readily command liny dollars per
i'liU Is all iint-clas property, and will be
sold for half cash in hand, the balance to be
paid In one year, oetircd by notes drawing
lutcrost, and mortgage upon the property
sild. Immediate poselon given. Tho
owner It a non-resldiiitt and needs monej
'Title perfect 'I ho talc will bo positive and
without reserve. Ilempinber the time and
place. Ii.vn II .viir.M i.v. Auctioneer.
Ok.OUOK Kl-IIF.II, Agent. f)-ai-3t
l'ar.tols andalaige lot ol eintom matjo
boots and shoes arc sold cheap tit llurgar's
SALE OK SEItvlTilAHLE .v7n) fNSi:!.
HtlltK.VU of OltliNtXCK. I
Navy Dupariuieiit, April , la;3. f
There will Ijj sold at public auction to the
hlghe-t bidder, at 12 in , on Tuursday, )luy
I. ls"3, at tho naval station. Mound City,
Illlnol-, n quantity ol cannon projectilus and
misedllaneoiis articles of ordnance, In part
a billows, viz:
00 .11 pdt Farrott rlllo.
ai aupdr Farrott lilies
1 3')pdr DahUren iltllo.
Stviodr Ddilgren rilllcs.
2a i)2 pdr cannon.
10 clkiit Inch cannons.
1 six inch mortar.
A largo quaiitit), about til tons ol ten
Inch, citfht inch, 3 pdr, 3!) pdr, A pdr, if)
Iir. and thirteen Inch mortar projectiles
and inl.collaneotis ordnance stores, Imlud
lug a lot ol scrajf bronze.
Terms: 'Ton per cent. In government
nif on mo conclusion ol tho sale, and i,t.
remainder within ten day, during which
Hiiio the artlei s must bo removed Irom ib,.
station, otherwise they will revert to the
It Is to be di.un, tly understood that in.
guarantee will he S,V0, to pnMiit.crs ol
arilelcs ottered lor salo and noled In the
catalogue as regard, their oxaet condition
or qudily, out t i, believed, however, th tl
ev cry thing ollercd lor sale Is tt, represented
Wll.T.1 AM N. .iKFFI.ItS, Chlet or llurcau
Tho ubi.vo is publbhcilby order of the
commandant ol station, lo w lioni persons dc.
siring to become purchasers ami wishing (u
inspect the articles! oil. red lor sale should
apply. FlUNi lsT. (iiu kt r,
IMdAwtd I'aymaster I'. j. .Nal',
ZThe puttlcat line ol pilnt.oi ihe cuu
will be suown W-day at Stuart A: (,bol. t,
SALE OF EQIP'MF.NT STOUKS.
There will be Mhl at public auction to the
highest bidder, at 10 a.m., on Thurday,
Miy an, is;;), at the n ial station, Mound
City, aquantlt) of nauii caiiipmcnt wrc,
in part a lollow., i:
II anchors li.a: pounds.
7 chain cable.
1 set scale (eoiintcr .
4 " (plallorni).
S3 )anl cotton eaina.
And a largo ipi.intll)' of inl'collaneous arti
cle, such a: Wire and manllla rope, noai
awning, row lock, iloiiblo and tingle block,
lamps old Jiitik, etc., etc.
Torin. Ten per cent, in goscrnmeni
fund on tae coiielulou ol tlio aie, nnu tlio
remainder within ten ilay. during which
lino the article liitit bo removed from the
titlon. olherwl-e they will rtvett to tlio
liy order of the commandant, oi uuiou,
Fiiancii T. (iii.i.Krr,
l'.iym.i'ter U. .S. Navy.
Tho trouble that ha so l&iur cxlstcil
among tho ineinbers of th j l'lrt. Missionary
Ilaptl t church feof red) of this city, Is at
this time a complicated iind ns far Ir mi be
ing amicably cttled us ever. During tho
day )eterday tho excitement amuiig tho
members of that church wa at lever heat,
an i tlm partlc ol either ldo Wero ready
a, id auvioii lor a tight, which they hud bu-
l.uo tho day wa over.
D may not bu out ol plate at thl time to
give to our readers au Insight into the
causes of the trouble that l now agitating
the tneuibersofth.it organization.
I'r more IIi.iii )i'.ir just there lias been
a growing (llsalfecKon among tho members
ol the church, and the number ol cxptiislou
from tho church has been great so great
t.iat il would seem that the blg-.'f.t part of
tlio congregation hail been expelled. It I
theo expclWd perou vv ho are now giving
Mr. shores and hi tleacor so mtteh trouble
anil annoyance. The) Hie excluded one
have banded together lor the purpose of
running Mr. shores out ol the
ciurch, and tlio town, If such
a thing ran bu done. The lock on the door
has been taken olf by these milccoiitcuts,
and a new lock put ou, lu the hope that by
ml means they might gain po-ulon of the
hoiisj. Failing to gain a point In this man
ner, they have turned Hielr tactic mid are
noA-rcorilng to uvery strategy lmairlnible
to harr.fs and torment thje who still ad
here to shore and hi chinch. Yesterday
morning a largo liiliutier of 'eeesii," as
suurc delights to cud lliein, repaired to the
church, and a soon a the door wore
opened went In and took -cuts In the rear of
the hotie. Here they unnamed until noon,
w.icii .Mr. shores dismissed his chool uud
wMiit tiouiu to dinner. The s.imu thing took
puicu in tlie altcritoou, and nothing wuitoy
Of uieiit'oii occurred until alter school liud
Oocu dilili-ed, an I il cull to closug tilt)
itoil-u lor tttc nig.it. 'Then
all were invited to leave
Hie hotie, which the rebel" relilcd to do.
Then .Mr. shores' deacons undertook to put
ill' tn out and it general uioek-down,
rough-aiid-tumb e, Wool-pulling, e.ve-oung-lug
tliit. In which men, women and chil
dren all had u hand, took place. Tho olli
ccrs ol tlio law Interfered, and put an end
to the light, and placed a number or thoc
wuo engaged in it under arrest. They vv ere
t iken belorc Judge lilrd ; butlooK u change
ot veliuu to liro.. Hcilig laic ill the eveli
toir. u lieurlti ol the euti wh ili.tei-ru.l nu
ll! Hits uttui't.ooii ut I o'clock, i bu trial
will i,u Intel-resting lor there will bo uliv
amount ol tall swearing done on cither side
Tho 'Oalaxy' lor Juno contains several
articles of sinking interest, of which tlio
tlrst in order il not in merit, is a spirited
sketch ol J.oou uuiiibalW,iho ardent rrench
K -publican, who is stiukeit of ns tho
youngest stutesiimn in Kumuo. Another
nrtlcio which has a peculiar interest in
view of tho satmiiiiiiirv tendency of tho
ago und tenderness ol Juries in murder
irml, is Dr. Count esssav on thu
nine of I.il'o; au nrliclo full of thought
nnu sou mi philosophy, but untortunuiuly
loo nosiruso to uo popuinr. 1 II- average
reader will bo better pleusud with .Mr
Iturroiigh's light and entertaining articlo
upon thu pleasure and benetlis of wnlking
out an amusement vcrv lew Americans
uro addicted to. Otio or two short and
v,-ry pleasant isles are clustered under
iho tub) of "Gascon .Stories.' 'I hoy be
long to that quill lit, sin. pie class of legend
which pasuil current for t;enerullons
uiiong tho French pea-urtrv, without
beini written. One of these w flnd very
like one of (iriuim's fairy TkIus. "The
.Sweetheart ot Monsieur llrtseux ' is a very
wen written lovo Miry, with, tho unsntis-
factory ending now jo tnii'-h in voiriii
with story writers. '-A F urlold Alibi'
is an ingunloui story, ah mini; tho trouble
i solf-ippoititnd detective ms.) got him
-oil into, w o commend it to tlio at
tention ot inquisitive biivbsiet.
An article, upon 'The Mnn with tho
Iron Mask," reviews tl.e imrnfnso array
i hooks una osyi writii-n upon this mb
j-ct within a century nr.d & half, and
pstiontly labors -o prov t-, at none of thorn
nr correct. Tho pootry f the number is
as- l'ooi! as muni. 'The mentific and llti r
sry departmonts aro fuM of interest, arid
eonjtltulo tho best features of the rniga
M VV TKItvt, 173.
County runt t, fur the transaction ol pro
into and criminal business, convened on
Monday morning at 9 o'clock.
Present His Honor, F. llrou, Judgo;
Alov. H. Irvln, slierlll, and Jacob li. Lynch,
'The people, etc., vs .lame Oloason.
Charge, cutting timber. Defendant up
p aroil, but no wltness-s being present a
nollo prossvntil vv.is entered by thu county
attorney, and tlclendant was dlscliirgiiil,
'Tlio ionple, etc., . William T. ncott.
Oh irge, kojplng g lining hoti-o Continued
tn next term of court, ami Jury trial dc
inandod. The people, otc. vs. Churle Suds, Charge,
i.illltto do bodily Injury. .No service, uud
nollo pro s qui entered by the county attor
ney. The people, etc., v.. William Uolls.
Charge, asault to do bodih injury! .Moilon
toquadt Indiutniant overrule I; oy arguinoiit
thu eao was continued un I sot lor trial at
t ie next l rm of court. J
Iho pco,ilc, etc., vs. FatrlcU Mulony.
Lareciiyi plea, guilty, und lined c2.'i and
coit, of trl ilj .ibo urdered to bu conlincd In
tlleciurity Jail fur ten dajs; also to stand
ouinmiltcd until the nun undco.t.aro paid.
ihe people, etc., vs. Calvin Vundcvcru
and (Jcorge Jones. I.arccit). Jones In
court, plea, not guilty; nollo prosequi en
tered by county attorney, mid delciidaut
I lie people, etc., v. William llorrrow.
Lu'env ; plea guilty i lined tii and costs
"I trul, ten days In county Jail, and to stand
1 unlimited until the lino and costs -ru paid.
lie .eople,.otc, v Kd. Itubliiaoii, Lar,
'" l ' a guilt) , lined ii: o- i tost ol
ir" inly Jail ten days, and to stand com
miuej jUII h,u Uuo and rosts are paid.
people, etc, v. t)me Thotririior)
Larceny ; pica giulty ; fined i25an I cots o
trial, and county Jill ten diy; i")io Hand
committed until the lino and cost arc paid.
The people, etc , s Daniel Harry. Hccog-
nizince to keep the peace s delcnd.int In
court! tlio Moccii Inz vvitne., litiiccca
Wllklns not apte iritisS Hie cae "a dls-
mied at her cost.
Tlio people, etc., 'ohn IVtrle. Ilccog-
iilz.meo to keep lite peace, t-util, defend mt
appeared In court: also Elizabeth l'clric,
tho pro'cctitlng wltiics she not tlelrlrg
to prosecute tho cae further, the same wa
dlml-sctl at cot of ilefulidalit.
'Tho pcoiile. etc. vs .lames Harris,
convlctedof latcctiy. "aid Harm In court,
nnd It appearing that sild ilclcndaiit h i no
properly, ami Is entirely unable to pay Hie
nno and eots ol prosecution, lie was there.
fore ordered discharged fiom the rub".
Timothy llucklcy v. ,l.uiie Huiley. In
attachment. Continued for proof ol am
struct loti scrvlco.
IIMoscovlcs Hjclhiigoli at cost.
Hot as fury yesterday
llilliies ol all kinds Is lieloWpar.
County clerk Lynch rides the tinet
In the city.
Three dollars olfercd lor the return
dog. see notice.
Hlpo water has made Its m Merlons
ponraucc In the lowlands nt tho city.
A large gas main Is being put down along
tiMiingtou avenue, above Eleventh street,
Meascls and whooping cough In fatal al
liancu are killing many children this cu-on
d iliileloti ilay wa yesterday. Tho
woathrr was a beailllnil as Lydla i'honi
Ja ckcl ha a flock i f melodious birds. Ho
I a mail ol taste, taking tiulnlte delight in
birds and Mowers
see notice of auction sale ol real estate In
another column. 'The property Is desirable,
and will doubtless sell at low llgtircs
n. i.niiie oners rewarii to tho Under
of his lircaM-pln. Loavo tho pin at 'Till
llli.l.KTi.v olllcc, and get iho monev.
In the absence of the mayor, who Is thr-
acllnginiyor? We would MiggeM.Mr. Nell!
a a propT man. He lias all the quallllcn
Hon iieccary to run the city lor a day or
i ho war i of lowering the sidewalk poe
bravely on. Jim Kennedy is pti-hlng his
portion of the contract, lie is now working
on I'oplar, between Twelith and Division
i o-iiiorrow i .ccninn nay, and the oc.
caMon will be celebrated in tho Herman
Lutheran church by prajcr meeting at 10
o'clock a.m., and preaehlng at 7 J o'clock lu
The C;ul Vive Cotcr'e rue making arrange
mem lor n grand Meamboat exmr-loii
on the Fourth of July. 'hoe who know
the Coterie know that what they undertake
is sure to be n sueco-s.
Deputy -lieritT Cain viMted Oonc Mand
to summon a vvitne. on Friday lat. At the
house to vvhieh his errinl called him a
young man had died au honr before hi ar
rival, atitl the mother hud been taken lck.
On Monday the father arrived lu the elty
and informed Cain that the ino'her huddled
thu same night. .Many -neb deaths are re
ported from that part of the c tinty.
Mr. Ilcrmiu sehmutzMori! ha purcha-ed
the grocery store on WuMiington avenue, oc
tween Tenth un l Eleventh street, hereto-
i'uru mi'Mml ...! oeuoiilcl !, Mi. ,
lltleiieku. .Mr. Schmetz-torlV will nlniiv
keei on inud a full supply of the chnlccM
grocerie, and ell them at prices a low a
tholoivcM. Mve hlni a call, free his card
in auoiiier column.
.1. M. .Mocovic is determined to cloe out
ins eiiuro lock ol good, next month. He
has In his store, Wa-hlngtoti avenue, be
neuii.siiuiianii lenih -trcel, a large and
varied assortment of dry good, which he I,
clllng at prices lower than can be obtained
at any other place in tho city. Mu 1, .p,r.
mined to clo-e out next moiith.and hi goods
HUM be sold, no mutter how low the nrle.
T.c picnic of tho Knight Templars to bo
held to-morrow, Thiirstay, l intended c...
peclally for Knight Templars and their !...!.
lies, with the exception ol the grand olllcers
ol the Odtl Fellows redding in this dty. A
pcclal train will leave tho foot of Seventh
street at Illlccn minute-, before clghto'clock
III hoped tho-c who Intend to go to the
picnic will bo at tho nl.ieo ol .trtl,,..
promptly at the time above stated, so thai
tin re may be no occasion lor.lel .e
A LMO.-T A Ml'J'.DKK.
On Monday afternoon between four and
fivo o'clock, two colored men, ono named
.Mitch Hurst, and tho other name un-
known, got into a quarrel in John (Jur
ran'a house on Fourth street Fr, m high
words they camo to blows, when the un
known negro soizod an axe with which
he dealt Hurst a terrible blow on tho
huad, pealing away tho scalp and fractur
ing tho skull. Dr. l'urkor was summoned
to attend tho woun Jed man, and gavo it as
Ills opinion tbnt Hurst's Injuries wore of a
very serious nature, and that the
chances for rccovorv wero aciinst him.
Hurst was married about two months ago
to a step-duughter of Charlio Williams ,
but fir causus best known to themselves
Hurst and his wifoiiavo not livod together
for several weeks past. At last accounts
Hurst was in a precarious condition, his
recovery being despaired of, Tho man
who did tho "chopping" had not up to a
latn hour list night been arreMd. How-
over, tho otneers aro on tho lookout for
him, and it will bo a hard matter for him
Jluslnessin .'iidgn llird's court jesterday
was as dull its tho hut end of an axo.
During tho entire day his honor sat in
waiting, but nary u rniscreunt put In an
In Judge Hross' court, however, mat
ters were moro lively. During tho morn
ing four or live "plain drunk" casea wore
tried and the 'pour devils," al Judgo
.Slmnnossy would say, dealt with accord-
ing to tlioir do, oris,
Lato in tho day, after tho light at Itev.
.Shores' church, tho court room prosnntcd
a decidedly businoss-liko appearance,
Hot T. J. Shores, all the doiconi of his
church, and at least half dozen of th-t
members friundly to Shores, wero before
Ins honor on a chnrgo of riotous and dls.
Ily agreement ths trial of the case waa
set for four o'clock this afternoon, when
some lively swearing on bith 'Ides of this
rnosi dtigrtcuful atl'alr may bo ex
pected. And now comos Ihnry Wisdom
' , s. ...i, i..t. . acalnst
una im uio wnu vuoi matin, w.w.,
Stephens John Jennings, James Dlanko,
UenJ. Nelson, Joseph Dixon, Enoch Km
ecll and Duncan Wlntton, dcaconi; Nur
clsso llustoll, Jnno Ompboll and Kliza
Jonnlngi. and tho abovo named nernon
JU nt tho city of Cairo, yestorday the 'JOih
day of May, in tlio year of our Lord
eighteen hundred and soventy-threo, un
lawfully nnd riotously asicmblo io(tlior
ta disturb tho peace; and boirn; so assembled
In and upon thosuM plalntiils Itobt. Cald
well, Archlo Uiblnson, Anthony Hopkins
and Alfred Wado, nnd pray that a stalo
watrant bo l(uod naint snld defendants
tho prayer of all which was" granted by
And r.ow comes Anna .Martin, as black
wench as ever trod shoo leather, nnd
prays that a warrant bo issued ngalnt Jo
seph Stolen, charejlni tho said Joseph
willi assaulting the person of the afore
sild Anna with Intent tntlo bodily injury.
Tho warrant was Issued and tho said Jo
seph arrested. All tho above cases will
bo "lumped and tried at ono nnd tho
tiino lime, this nflnrmmfi al I o'clock.
iij Niuiiiniii UHuk ii n I lit 1 1 ar.
tvurecil sltsi tmn raid lg orders Irom iteai
boat nhlhl or ds?
Ifl'RMA X SCUM I :V.7( ) III I".
"'lb ecsor to It, i'hb lecke
IXuter In All lilmt's
F AM I L V G HOCK IU ES
WASH I NO TOS AVKN L" K,
HiaiWKKN 1 estll V Mi Kl.r.SKNTII mri er
Having nun ba' d the gn-ery et.ibl'i
llleiil ol II. iitlelei ke. I Miuil alvvav keep
on baud a full and Ire-It iiplv ol nil the
best goods ill my line. In be lo'itit I in the
lirirket. Ily -trie! atti titlon to biilnes,
and lair de.iliui;, I hope n .t oii'y to retain
all the eiflom the plaee his iiyi')od in the
pat, but lo add to the li-t m.inv new pa
tron. Akilig .1 fair share of public patron
ae, dt'pcrtfuiiy, Hci'.vtvN riiMr.r.ioRrr.
h'l i .s .si us.. s i s.
' OA UIO AN D l liliCAil
IU- H'lsnli 1 temr
Dick Fowbicn, Captain
I.cavc Cairo DAILY, (und.iy excepted) al
I p. in For freight op.tuge awv on boat ir
to " J.t. .MaluJiiv, Ag't.
?.') TO ''l
For day. Agent wanted! All elac- ol
woiking people, of etthir e.v, voting or. Id,
make mo re money ut work for it lu their
spare uio mi-lit, or all the tune, than at mi)
tiling ele. I'anl, ulai tree. A ilri-s
i. sTI.NMj.N ,V CO., 1'ortlaliU .Maine.
SHIRTS TO SPECIAL MEASURE.
ROBERTS Sz CO.,
SI'IUXi; FIELD, ILLINOIS.
t-Succossurj to Kolerts & Kinley.
SHIKT TAIL0H3, HATTEKS, AMI) GENTLEM KN'3 FUHN ISHKIty,
hlrts made to order In the most artl-tic manner of the best fabrics known, and warrantod
EXTRA DURABLE AND PERFECT IN FIT.
All measure, preserved, and parties deslilir,' can duplicate their order at any time
SATISFACTION G L'A RNT EE I) on
MONEY ClIEERFI'LLV REFUNDED.
Illanks and InMriicllnns for sell measurement forwarded on application.
hlrts (hipped C. U. D. to any part ol the Union. ItUlliCltTS A CO.
WHUl.KSAI.i; AND ItKi AIL
D It U G G I S T S ,
lulU VCLAiS lilL' lJ
;-rs-s. r.,iMCTMmraMiM,HWjj,:l,,. i.zi
COMPArTt mB' S
rinl nee 'u
FOR C0PY1K0 THU LAWS AND
JOURNAL Of TUB 2STH
On or before the teth day Jf My, 1871,
and until 1 o'clock in. ot said day, sealed
proposal will bo received b the ctinmls
sloiiers ol imbllc printing lor copying the
hi, Journal ami Joint resolutions or the
Twcnty.cl&hlh general ascinbly of the
sta ii of Illinois, nnd lor such addltlona
copying a may be ordered by said general
Such proposals mtldi bo In triplicate, one
ropv to be depolted Willi tho secretary or
state, one with the auditor of public ac
coiims nnd one with the Mate trcaurer.
ami iccnmpunled by a bond, lor tho faith ul
pcrformaiieo of the contract, lu tho penal
! sum of rri,ix), signed by two sureties, .'aid
bond mtiM bo satl'lactory to said cnmtnls
I stoiii'r. nml bn ntitinivcif bv Ibo L'OVcriior.
and tiled lu his oillco until tlu award Is
E.ieh proposal tntit lin accnmpaiited by at
least ti n line ol the hand-writing ot the per
oii makliiL' th Iiionosuls legal cap paper
i taken as the incuMiiu.
I 'The governor and tho eomnil'lnncr ol
public printing icervo to themelvc the
right to reject n. y and all bid, i he propoal
will be opened at three o'c ock p in., Weil-
I iiesdu), May 'J.s IsTll, In the oillco ol the
I governor, and ihe eontraet then and there
awarded tinle all bid arc rejected.
, iikii. II. Haiii.iiw, sec'v ol Stale.
C. E. LiiTiNOiTr, Auditor 1. A.
I E. Ht'r, Miito Treasurer.
o-lldiw. Commissioners I'ubllc l'rliillng
NOTICE TO CO.NTUACIOKs.
i om.miiom:ii!s' Oitici:, i
ANN v, Ills. May II, l"3, (
Si.iled propoil will be received until 1
o'elock p. m . on the 1 "th day of July next,
lor the erection and completion (above the
baeiiieiit -ton i of the center blllldlngol tlio
Southern llllitol In-ane a)lum, located at
Anna, t iilon eounly, Illlnol. scperato bids
will be received lor the brick-work, and the
prb e per llssi laid In the wall Mated. A bond
of two thousand dollar n list aecompauv
each Id conditioned that If the contrnct Is
iiwarilitl, the bidder will promptly enter In
to ffiiuruul for the work so let. iho con
traeior will be reiiuired to give bond In dou
ble the amount ol contract price, lo be ap
proved t,y the governor for a ULIiful com
pliance ol the terms ol tho contract, liutu
mid spceltlcatlon will bp on exhibition at
the HtHcr ol the eominlloner In tuna, on
and alter the llr.t tlayol July next, whero
bt ink proposal em be had. Tin comnil
loners rt iv the right to reject any and
all bids. it II .'rrm.K-s
HliiAtt Wai.kkh, Corns,
.Vl.Mot. OKs'sB Hl-IKil', J
E TAIL GROCER
And I)!er In
VKOKTAHLK'. FHUITS. KOOS,
FltEs'H I1UTTKH, KTC.
JjT Ail Goods warranted freh,
the lowaa-t price.
II. A. 'Thorn L. D. itnmi
TIIOMS ,v BROTHER,
"ucccsosr to II. )I. Hulcn.
, COMMISSION MKKCIIAN1S, IlilOKEHS
AMI HKAI.r.hS l.v
Slnple ii 'ul 1'iinrv liroeerles,
Foreign and Domestic
1.11 Commercial Avenue,
CAIKO, - . ILLINOIS.
7L OHIO LLVEI
Retail and I'rctcridio
and I.'lghth street.
Of chamois and rabbit skin
for Weak lungs.
At IIAItCLAY UltOS.
FOIt SOUK THltOAT,
Prepared and sold
v hai.clav unos
And Disinfectants lor Stable
At UARULAY BHOS.
And "Universal Standard.'
AT BARCLAY JJqs.
T, J. (Shores pastor, and