CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY-? MAY 22, 1873
PabllMtlom eiN, BallttlB Ralldlsic
RAILROAD TIMB TAHLE.
CAIRO AND VINCENNE3 RAILROAD
Trains now Icavo Cairo and Mound City at
Leave Cairo. Leave Mound City.
7:45 a.m. 7:10 a.m.
1'i m. 1:15 p.m.
6:15 p.m. 5:10 "
Ciias. O. Wood, Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
CHANGE OK I. C. H. It. TIME CAIID,
Through trains between
Louli will run aslollowsi
St. Louis c.prcs, depart..
St. Louis cipre, arrive ..
, . . ...2.2S a. in.
. . . .2:10 p. tn
.1:1,1 a. m.
1:23 p. in
Cairo and St,
11:30 p. in.
.AIRO AND VINCENNES HAILIIOAD
On anil after Monday, February S, 1873,
rains on the C. and V. railroad will run as
Ex. Md. City
." a. m. r:K p. m. le.
" Mound City.. 8:10 " b:10 " ar.
" Eldorado 1:3.1p.m.
" Norri-Clty.. 2:23 "
' Cannl.. .... . 3:01 "
" Mt. Carmel.. 4:40 "
-Tire Viuccnnes... 0:10 "
Kc- M.f. City
eavc VIncennes... ".-ooa. m.
Mt. Cannot . .:' "
CarmI .... 0-i "
Nnrris City.. 10:3.!
Eldorado ...11:X "
Mound City.. t-M p. m. 7:00 a. m. Ic.
arrive Cairo. 6:03 7;i nr.
Connecting at VIncennes with the Indl
inapolisuud vlnccnncs.Ohioand Mlllppl,
md Evunsvllle nndCrawfordsvlllc railroads;
tt Mt. Cannel with the LouliWIIa and Now
Vlbiny airline; at Cannl with tho St. Louis
wd Southeastern ; nt N'nrrls City tho Spring
le lil and Illinois Southeastern ; nt Eldorado
iTith the Shawnectown .brunch of the St.
Louis and southeastern: nt Cairo with the
Mobile and Oldo railroad transfer boat, and
steamers for Memphis, Hed lllver, Vtcks
burg and New Orleans.
On 8. O. Woon, Gcn'l Ticket Ag't.
Jso. Lek, Jit., Pup'u
LOCAL WEATHER ItEFOKT.
U. S. Sio. Sku., on.sKkVKit's Orricic, )
Cairo, May 21, Its'J, 10:11 p.m. j
Thermometer CO degrees.
Wind, south, velocity S mile per
Miilmum temperature lat 2t hours, at
4 p. in., 81 degrees.
Minimum temporature, last 24 hours, at
t a. m., OS degrees.
Prevailing wind last 21 hours, south.
Total number of miles wind travelled, laM
24 hours, 170.
Etiwi.v Oakland. Observer.
We aro authorized to announce that
David J. llaker is a candidate for Judge ot
tbe Twenty-sixth Judicial circuit. Election
on Monday, Juno 2, lb73. td
To tent a small bouse. Address
O. K, UoillNSOM.
Ml-tl Cairo and VIncennes KaMroiul.
Lost, a black dog with short tall, about
ve months old, large cats, hanging (16wn.
T he above reward will bo paid by leaifm,'
hiin at the bhcriir olticc.
Yestcrdjy evening, a breast-pin oIltalre.
Tho tinder will receive a rewurd of 20 by
leatiug he same at Tiik Hullktin oiilce.
May 20, 1S73. H. S. CltANE.
A bouse, 8 rooms and & closets, tn Uli one
lot and a half, corner of Tweuty-tlrsl and
Toplar streets, on easy terms, For further
information, apply on the premises.
Fine white; single and double X amber
Ingle and double XCauary, best quality of
maullta, blue letter, etc., etc. M),O0O for
ale, printed at $3 &0 to 0 &0 per thousand,
at the Hullktin Ot riCK.
Saloon-keepers, and all others, aro hereby
notified to sell no more Honor of any kind
to my liunbaml, Jack Conner, or they will
1 be prosecuted to tho full extent of the liquor
! "W. CAT1IAIIINE LONNK1W
CAIltO, May li, 1S73. D-15 Ot
OrriCK Novkltv Iitox Stokk, 1
caiiio, Ills, May 20, la73. J
Notice Is hereby given that I will pay no
bills uulcs a written order has been g. veil
from this office. C. II. WoODWAIlD.
A lot ol valuable pspers: Discharge from tho
army nd a ph.lcianV certltlcute, also a
pocket book containing nvjueT. Tb Under
will be liberally rewarded by leaving the
"inewllhU. W. Webb.
CAIltO, Mar20,lS73. 6-21.31
BUSINESS HOUSE FOHHENT.
On Sixth street between Commercial and
Washington Avenues, suitable for a milliner,
dress-maker, tailor, turner, harnesmakcr
or grocer. Heut, 12 W per month, paya
ble in advance. Apply to
'-iO-at EF. Davis.
otlfled to sell no more liquor to my hus
band, Thomas Winters. Auy person sellinc
Inilnvln l.lm . r. .1.1. .. . .... B
- w mux mi uinti r air 1 1 r rn r 1 v
,u win Aticr nun uaie wi II bi. i.rn...
utcd to the full extent o tho liquor law.
CAUIO, May 17, 1673. o-18-2w
HOOM TO KENT.
Location Central, May 10.
X pltasant front room, turnlihed oruninr.
nlshed, suitable for eentleiuan .mi ir .
For lurther rurtlr-nlnr. .,1,1..,..
fr-wt Hl'LLBTlX Omt'C.
i iv,ivv f uticut Ullf.Il IflHt n ....I r. .
i.. t ,
JVUUV i, Hit UUKI tttlU I. UU fnltn,, I.... ...
llurua U'lll kl I.., I. .
r" j ..10 orunuermy dl-
tectlon, unless tho requited tax is n
ft-Htd Ww. McHale, city Marshal
To any nd all who deslr, , fln.
LliCI LIU11 Ul UUUIJ. li IILDI II I KlinfSU lit
r all of the latest styles, William Eblers, bn
WfBHltu luce,, ii imuy yo lumisn lliClo
U bow reasonable rate, and guaranUses
TIic new addition to Tint IIullkti.v office,
commenced a itiort tlmo since, has becu
complolcd, and It now ready to movo Into.
We shall move our newspspcr department
, into the new bulldlugto-dsy, and as It will
' tsVn thu rnllrp tnr In mnu and rcarrnnre
the otllcc, no piper will be Issued to-morrow
Selling off at cost at Moscov lc;.' ,V2 if.
j All kind! of linen., laces, edging, and
trimmings ofovcry variety at Hurler's.
ituart A ()hol.on offer great bargains hi
low priced grenadines. 5-21 2t.
i Tiio piaco to buy wall paper 20 per cent,
j cheaper than any other place In the city li
No. 2, Seventh street. Try It II. Aulr.
The Burnett steam cooking vessel, thn
National Aiuorlcan and Epicure broilers.
I llic """''J fPral "te and door spring, at
m tiue; , iio ttasmngton ovcnuc. Ml lin.
llurgcr Is now offering for sale a splendid
assortment of dress silks, Japanese suitings,
etc., etc., nt tho rojst rcasonablo rates.
Tho mosquitoes, knatu, flies, bugs and
bumble bees, arc coming, so prepare your
self by covering your window with wire
cloth from Ilallcy's ; you can sleep without
bars, and dine without flics. i-21 lm.
Pure elder vinegar, double strong, war
ranted to preserve pickles, for salu bv the
uarrcl, aim at retail, at II. C. TMclocke's
rocery nore, t asdinglon avenue, botw. en
A mil lino ol the celebrated standard
trimmings, Just received at Stuart .t Ohol-
son s. .1.
K. M. Ward Is now luoparcd to deliver tho
best of sawed and spilt hh'kory wood to any
part of the city. Abo all kin lnof wood and
coal nlwn; on hand. Leave orders at his
ottico, corn-r Sovcntccnth street and Com
inerclal avenue. 3.05 tf.
Moscovlcs, M'ashtngton avenue, near
Tenth street, Is selling off at cot. 5-2 tf.
New stock and now styles of wall nannr
paints, oils, window glass, etc., etc.. at 11. V.
Meigs' new store, Washington vcnuc and
hlcvcnth street. Cnll utid t.ce tho latest
styles iu wallpaper before purchasing else-
A new and beautiful assortment of grena
dines arc now for sale at Uurger's. Cnll and
HIrd cages, ilowor baskets, wlro cloth
riddles, sand screens, rakes, hoes, shovels,
spades, spading and hay rorki, step and ex-ten-Ion
ladders, wood pumps and n general
assortment or tinware, stoves and house fur
nUhlng goods, at Halley's. .'U im.
A special communication of Cairo
lodgo No. 237 A. F. and A. M.. wlll bo
held Uls (Thursday) evening at 7i o'clock,
work In F. C. degree. Visiting brothers
cordially invited to attend.
l'or order W. M. H.F.Hlakk, Scc'y.
The prettiest line of prints ol tho season
will be shown V-day at Stuart & Gholson.
We are the solo agent for the sale of Mils.
soil's pure cider vinegar, made on his farm
at Cobdon, Illinois, put up in convenient
sized packages for family use, and every
pucKago warraniuu pure.
4-13 tf. Coffey, Pack & Co,
No. 6,1 Ohio Levee.
Stuart ,fc GlioUon are offering bargains In
oieacncu coitous. 5.1 t
ll'lndoiv screen wire, watcr-coolers. im
n-irigeraiors, toilet eels, lilrU cages and 11
general Mock of tin mid llrltntila ware, also
a good supply of the celebrated Charter
Oak cooking stovos at lowest ligurus No
180, Commercial avenue.
C. V. IIkndkhso.v, Cairo, Illinois.
llurgcr has Jut received and opened :i
large stock ot damasks, napkins, towellngs,
etc., etc., all of which will be sold cheaper
man iney can ue bought anywhere else in
Mr. J. M. Muskoucs. tho enternrlslii'-
dealer in dry goodi, Washington vuiiua
between Ninth and Tenth streets, offers his
large and varied Hock of goods at cost
prices. Ills More Is full of tho choicest of
dry goods of every variety and quality, and
the prices at which he 1 disposing ol them
aro astonishingly low. Call upon him and
satisfy yourtelf. 5.7 tf,
Stuart A (iholson offer special bargains In
grenadines and herns!, in plain black and
satin snipes. ,jt
The most beautiful percales. lacnneU .mil
other white dress goods over brought to
uus nuruet, can no bought tor exceedingly
vi I'lites i iiurger s.
A new hotel has been opened In tho large
uuhvj lucatcu on tlio corner of
corner of Seventh
Washington avenue. It will i,
knowu as llrown's hotel, and nronrietored
by Mr. llrown, whoo reputation us a hotel-
s-eeper is well-known in this city. The
hoiiko has beon thoroughly renovated and
rcrurnl.hcd, and Is In every way ilrst-clas.
...u tames aro at all times furnished with
me oc.l tbe season affords, and tho charges
uuiia., ueing only ft tt) per day. Mr,
uruHii solicits anu deserves a share of tho
public patronage. &.t4l
Burger has a complete lino ol hoUrr or
nil I.Ih.I. I . t
,i ,im, aUU corsets, coiurs, cuns, etc., In
MA Hill ED.
On sui:day evening, by Itev, Father Hoff.
man, at the Gernun Catholic church, Mr.
- ii iiaptist Uoorlng to Mls Cathcrlna
The funeral services ol Annlo M.,
youngest child of E. A. Burnett,
will be held to-day (Thursday) at 4
o'clock p.m., at tho resldeneo of Mr.
Charles Lame, on Tenth street. The body
will be placed In the tomb with the re
mains of the mother. Tho Iriends of tho
family are Invited to bo present.
Mrs. Anna Lang on Eighth street. l.u.......
Commercial and Washington aveniiita Imu
ujicueu out a hock oi new and fashion
able millinery goods. She has one hundred
und fifty dltlercnt Myle.of hats and bonnets,
beside a largo a.sortmeiit of ribbons, flow
ers and notions ol all orts. nil of u i,i,.i, .n
he sold at tho lowest prices.
SPara-ols andalaigo lot ot custom nude
boots and shoes are sold cheap at Burger's.
ICE CUEAM SALOON.
As warm weather la amiroarlilm. n,.
lovers ot ice cream will be eM t0 ie.ru tlltt.
Messrs. Saup A ciarkson have titled up and
refurnished, in elegant Mle, their Ice cream
psrlors. 1 heir mammoth soda im.nt.in i,..
also been put iu running order, and uothlng
- ..uiin awoui we esuwishment to make
wepieIUIt IDd comlort of tli,-ir n.,r.
eoH-. A.i ,
This popular hotel has been rcfltted and
Improved, and Is now one of tho most com
tortablo Mopping daces In tlio city. Tho
travelling publlo and persons desiring
pleasant quarter by tho week or uionth,wll
alwaya find them at. tho Commercial hotel.
Hates of board havo been redacted as fol
lows: Day board, $1 W) per week; transit,
II M per day; board and lodging, from ?ft
to I per week. tf
Now arrivals of laces, embroideries, col-
lcrctt-s, ribbons corset", fans, etc , this
week at Stuart A Oholson's. 6-21 2t
FINE LAUNDHY WOUK.
Mrs. Lcttlc Coleman takes till method of
Informing the public that she Is now pre-
pare I to do all kinds oftlnp laundry work, nt
cheap rate. Fluting, crimping, etc., done
at a small advance per dozen on plain clothes.
families and indhlduals will tlnd it to their
advantage to take their clothes to Mrs. Cole
man. Jtcsldenco on Fourth street, touth
side, between Washington and Commercial
iiurger has just received a lull lino of
summer dress goods of every description,
which will he sold cheaper tliau the cheap
est. 1'EltSONAL NOTES.
W. II. llrown of Pittsburg, tho coal king,
Islunchlng at tho St. Charles.
Hev. V. II. Wines of the state board ol pub
lie charities, Is Hopping at the St. Ch.irlc.
Tom. Sloo and lady, and Charles It Kyle
ana lady returned to the cltv vcstcrd.iv
morning. " "
Mr. II. 6. Hascall orLlttlo Hock, who has
been spending some weeks anion:? his
friends In this city, lea lor nomo vcsterd.iy .
If you want good goods at cost, go to Mot-
coWcsj Washington avenue, near Tenth
DISSOLUTION OF PAUTNEItSIIIP.
Caiuo, May 20, 1873.
Tho partnership heretofore cxistlns under
thonrmol Hardy ,t Grecnwold, is this day
nssoiveu ny mutual,eonent.
1). W. llAntY.
I. W. UUEI.NWOLI).
I would respectfully Inform myold friends
and customers, and everybody who wants
good work and good flt, at reasonable pri
ces, that I will continue m.umfacturlng
boots and shoes at my stand, on Commercial
avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streots,
k'-l lw J. W Ohkkxwou).
Swiss muslln, tarletons, French and Ham
burg embroideries at lluiger's. Great bar
gains. A. C. P.
The marvelous superiority of tho Avcrll1
Chemical Paint Is established beyond cavil.
Beside the numberless mlnir Jobs on which
it has been used, we refer with warrantable
pride to houses ol Messrs J. It, Phlllls, A
Macklc.A. M. Cundltl and Mrs. Stltes. Tlmo
can only convince our fellow citizens ol Its
chlclcst merit, durability. We speak that
which wo know, when we unhesitatingly af
firm that 0110 thorough painting with tho A.
C. P. will stay on, mid maintain Its brilliancy
twice as long as a similar coating of lead and
oil. For silo mixed, ready for use, In all
colors by N. E. Way it Co., general commis
sion merchants and agents tor tho Iron Hug-
gy company, sixth street, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues.
Editor Bulletin I wish to correct an
error which I saw in Tiik Hullktin of yes
terday morning. My namo is Mltchej
Schutes, and the name of the man who cut
me with an axe, Is Hob Mllburn. I did mar.
ry a daughter ut Charlie Williams, tho brick-
uiuson, about four months ago. My wife
and 1 havo never neperated. After getting
hurt I found niyseli too feoblo to go nomc,
and caiuo to Mrs. Sander' boarding house
on Sixth street, where my father-in-law and
nts wile Have a room. My wife and I. when
at home, live on Thirteenth street.
Pleasejiublish the above and oblige,
Caiuo, May 21, 1873.
Stuart A Gholson offer special induce.
incuts to buyers of Jap silks, in all deslrahlo
sijics oi stripes and brocades. Suitings
very cheap, f,.ui ,,,
AUCTION SALE OF HEAL ESTATE.
1 will offer at public sale on Frldav. Mnv
23, at the hour ol 2 o'clock n. in., on n,
premises, comer of Thirty-fourth ami I'm,.
i .... . ... .
ur directs, uio loiiowing described real
now i is, iy, ai, 22,oi an, .,, 1)lock
m, unu iois u, ,, a and U, block 31, all In tho
urst audition to tho city or Cairo.
There Is an excellent building on lots sl
seven and eight, block thlrty-four, which
iii rcauuy command titty dollars
This Is all first-class proporty, and will bo
sold for half cash m hand, thu balance to bo
p.dd In one year, securea by notes drawing
uuresi, aim mongago upon the property
s'liu. immeuiaio possestlon given. The
owner is a non-rcsldent and needs moncv
Title perfect. Tho salo will be positive and
without reserve. Remember tho time and
piacc. uas ilAHTMA.v, Auctioneer.
OsonOE FlSHKIt, Agent. &.21-31
MocoIcs is selling oil at cost, fl-2 tt.
. uiwj.in.iti, B 11)111,3,
IlL'ltKAU uy OltlNACK,
Navy Department, April -its, lsra.
..ik ib him ou soiu at puniic auction to tho
uignosi uiii-ier, at 12 111., on Tuur-dav. Mav
"111, 1U71 ... .!. . ........ .. ". '
.um, a. mu nuiiii niation, .llouiiil City
......ui,, a ,iu;uniij- 01 cannon projectiles nnd
miscellaneous artlclos of oidiiancc, In part
" lIIVI,l O, . 1 ,
1W31 pdrl'arrott rifles.
1 39 pdr Dahlgrcn rlfllo.
32 pdr cannon.
W cluht inch cannons.
1 six Inch mortar,
A largo quantity, about 111 tnn.
Inch, eight Inch, 32 pdr, 30 p.lr, 20 pdr, 10
aim uiiricen men mortar projectile
v. .iiixcciiaucouB orunauee tores, Indud
ins u 101 01 scrap bronze.
icrins: len per cent. In mrnnin...
lunds on the conclusion of tho salo, and the
remainder within ten dav. iinri 111 1A lllfll.
time tho articles mint bo removed Horn tho
ianu, omerwise they will reert to tho
It Is to be distinctly understood that no
guarantee will be g.ven ,u purchasers of
articles ottered for sale nnJ noU.a ,
catalogue as regards tliulr exact condition
or quality, but It is believed, however, that
everything offered for salo Is as represented.
:,''" '"rr.Ki, t'lilef of Bureau.
I he abovo Is publWicd by order of tho
conimsn.Unt ol station, to whom parsons do
siring to bocomo purchasers and wishing to
inspect tne srtlcles offered (or salo should
vll. .. KjiancisT. Gillxtt,
SALE OF EQUIPMENT 8TOHES.
Thcro will bo sold at public auction to the
hlghost bidder, at 10 a.m., on Thursday,
May 2fl, 1873, at the naval station, Mound
City, n quantity of naval equipment stores,
In part as follows, viz:
11 anchors, ),2s3 pounds.
7 chain cables.
1 set scales (counter).
4 " ' (platform).
M yards cotton canvas.
And a large quantity or mlccllaneous arti
cle", such as: Wltc and nianllla rope, boat
awnings, rowlock", double and single blocks,
lamps, old jiiiiK, etc., etc.
Terms. Ten per cent. In government
funds on the conchi'lon ol the sale, and tho
remainder within ten days, during which
time the articles tuut bo removed from tho
station, otherwise they will revert to the
Uy order of the commandant ol station.
I'llA.NCIS T. OILI.KTT,
,Vir.-tf Paymaster V, .. Navy.
ITEMS IN HHIEF.
Nothing doing on the levec.
Business lively In police courts.
Hcincmber the salo of tobacco at the Plant
ers' warehou-c to-morrow,
vi no uas Harney Crane's breast pin
turn It mid got twenty dollars for
Joe Arnold yesterday disposed of all his
household lurniturc. Everything sold at
Mr. U. II. Wheeler will soon bo rca lyto
ruceiio urucrs lor nil klinis or wood anil
coal at Ills now yard, on Tenth street, be.
tween Commercial and Washington
Tho trustees of the Cairo Cltv I'mnnHv
company have contracted with Mr. James
Hynn for tho tilling and trradlnt- nr ni,i
levee botwecn Twelfth
streets. Hyan th nks It U nti .m
At 0 o'clock yestordnv mnmlm. t.i....
Bross adjourned county court until to-nmr.
nt 0 o'cloitk'o.ni. The criminal Inisl.
tics has ncarlv nil been ill
and the remainder ol the term will bo de
voted to probate bu-lncss.
Tho Knights Templar oflhHcltvgo on a
picnic oxcuislon to-day. Wo be'llcvo but
three persons outside of that order have
been Invited to attend-tho occasion being
Intent cd especially for Knights Templar and
their families. Where the picnic Is to bo
held, we were unable to learn.
The fence about the Falrbank scales on
Washington avenue at tin Intersection oi
Tenth. I, in such u dilapidated condition as
to havo become a perlcct eyesore to per
som residing or doing business In that lo
callty. We suggest that either repairs be
mado or tho present troublcsotno debris bo
removed at once.
Although our streets arc disfigured by
many uncouth structures and corresponding
surroundings, there arL mmn r,.,l ,(.,..
features which the pedestrian meets with on
his travels. Wo reler particularly to the
many pretty flower gardens which form the
setting to handsome cottages and other
dwellings. Now that tho roses arc In full
bloom, their beauty catches tho eye and
holds It .like a spell, ami awaken cheerful
thoughts. Wo only wish our citizens gencr
ally could be Induced to place more ot these
nurai attractions about their premises
urn,,, .ii,trou conllairrntlonn
which have marred tho remri.Tr X . Z. !
year, ought to scrvoa, a wamln, to tl Z
u itrsiu in piling up inllumable material
about their premises. Tho rear of the
stores on tho levee aro disgraced by
, --a ihu.o
: -cva.vwua uidvs o, om ooxes. barre U,
um, ,v.m a sparic to set them In a blaze
lilt is necessary for theso accumulations to
rns mere, wo snidest that thev Im ilnmi..
nssortnd, auj piled up iusueh a m.qn,,M .1...
If they do catch lire It will be an easier maf
. .or i.m engines to extinguish It, than
ik tiuunj uu now.
population about the cltv
eru genera v cm-airi-,! l, ,11.
cussing me recent hubbub In the First Mi
ktr.i..... It.....!. 1 .
.,,hi!.i cuurcn. Everywhere llttlo
knots were gathered, and the i .i..n .i
you so s" and "we's gwlno to stan' br, any.
how," and various other characteristic lit
terances were given vent to. Not unfre-
lueiiiiy u,a uebates waxed warm and
".iiij, anu came near ending in an incipl
liciiiioii 01 ine lato iracas.
scalers ill linse I tt 0 sillier ! .n l...
tlUcally manipulated by the dirty diclts oi
bamiii, jusi now, nnu which are
yclept marbles, must we opine, be driving .1
hrls,i trade In the article. It the countless
congregations of earnest debaters can be
any Indication that they bought their mar-
iiik UULI.CTIN, aro not much
given to boasting, but when we remark that
Cairo is tho home ol the champion house-
... ....... .,
... .... o. uio uimeu states, wo meau just
vyhat we say. If there aro tlio.e who doubt
. iruui 01 mi, assertion, wo would iik
them to reserve their Judgment until thej
uiu tuiiuwing, ami then say
..ucuiir ve aro ngntor wrong : Mr. James
oummerwcii or th's city. nrono.AK tn .
move tho large two-story framo house situ
v,iUlNo.,in6oiiriiiuo oftlu Mississippi
river, and known as the Fall nronertv.
toCalio, The modui cpcrarJi by which ho
-.pecis 10 accomplish the voyago across tho
river is by pontoon rafts. The house will
iiic 111 mis city wituin n few days, and
iii 00 tawen past Tub Bui.i.kti.v oihco at
auout noon on Monday next. It will bo lo
caicu on lots in tho upper part ol tho city,
ami nttou up for a residence.
ino usual number of cases of "nlaln
urunks" woro brought up In pohco court
josteraay. bovorul of tho arrestod par
ties, not Having tbo nocoiiary clrculatum
about their olothos wherowlth lo liquidate)
were sent 10 too calaboose.
Aftor having boon ronoatmHv wnrrmt
to clean up hi. promise., a saloon-keeper J
uoing business in tho vicinity
vicinity of Four-
teonth streot and "Washington avonuo. was
gouuieu by uincor Wooton and taken bo-
fore Bross. Ho was fined flvo dollars and
costs, An appoal to tbo circuit court was
Poor uncle Jako Bradley bus beon in
trouble again. Jacob is a peace-loving and
goou cuizon; 110 does nil In bis power to
keep his colorod brethoren in tho straight
path, but Joseph Dixon, a "colorod boy,'
who stands six-foot two in his stockinet
was engaged in the moloo at Shores'
hurch day boforo yosterdoy and a war-
ant was sworn out for bis arrest. An
Ulcer whs sont for Dixon, but whon ho
saw th olllcor coming, bo ran away.
Bradley 8av tho o 01 cor coining and
Dixon Imving. Jacob know what It all
moant, and was not going to
e tie law cheated of t
Jlt Ju, Accordingly b went for
Dixon and commanded blm to Hand un
til tb officer arrired. Dixon declined to
do Jacob'i bidding, abd told him to. 1 boo
Jacob becamo "riled," and advised Di'xon
to stand or ho, tbe gentle Jacob, might bo
totnptod to ihoot the top ol hit, (Dixon'i)
boadoff. for this threat Jacob was ar
reited and carried beioro Bird, but that
functionary could not soo wborcln Jacob
bad violated tbo law, and dlicbargod him
Jacob is happy; and says: "Them folks
havo cnnfutnbloated his contentions, and
dos, I'ipccts is do last timo 1 is gwln to bo
Tho trial of the parties arrested for be
ing Implicated in tho fight on Tuesday af
ternoon at Brother Shoro'g church, having
boon tot for 4 o'clock yostorday afternoon,
a hearing of tho mattor was commenced
promptly at tho stated tlmo. At 12
o'clock 1m night the c.iso bad not como
to n cloio, a number of witnesses woro vet
to testify at that hour.
It was a livoly trial, and lbo'swcnrlng"
dono by tho witnesses wni about as "tall'
as it could poiiibly be mado. We do not
know what the decision of tho court was,
but from our own knowlodgo of this par
ticular fight, wo venturoto lay that Mr.
Sboroi nnd J'hls doacons" 'were dls
chnrgcil. HIVKK NEWS.
Jjollo Motnphls, Memphis
...r ""K""t t-incinnati
Smoky City and b'gs, Louisvlllo
Ph nior No. 'J and tow, mines
i.'m"".?.".? low' 0hl rl"r
)'. M. Mills, passed up
" John Lumsden. Nashville
' ? Vaegar, Now Orlens
.. Homo- and tow, Ohio rive r
Jas Fisk Jr., Paducah
" Colorado. St. Louis
P.obott Mitcboll, Now Orkans
" Mary E. Forsythe, Mound Citv
Stcamor Chas Bodnmnn, Cincinnati
" City of Chestur, Memphis
" Bello Memphis, St. Louis
" Arkansas Belle, Evansvillo
" Pat Hogurs, Memphis
" Illinois, Columbus
" Smoky City and tow, N Orlcan
" Painter No 2, .Memphis
" Albion and tows, St Louis
" J W Mills, Ohio rivor
" John Lumsden, Nushvillo
" II 0 Yearger, St Louis
S Horner, and tow, psiicd down
F P Gracey, Nashville
" (ilnsgow, Hickman
" Jas Fisk jr., Paducah
" Ctdorado, Vicksburg
" Quickstep, Evansvillo
" Hobcrt Mitchell, Evansvillo
Iho Ohio continues to roccdo nt tbo
II I lit ,
rato of nbout ono foot per dav. Tho Mis.
sissippi ii also falling with a good stago
of water above this point. All the other
rivers aro in about the samo condition ti
at the date of our last report.
Business on tho landing vcitorday was
anythiug but brisk. The weather was ex
tremely warm, which had its effect on all
branches of trade.
The number of arrivals and departures
...... . t t.... ., .
. uue.w.UI ' bowover,
Z 'T" " ..ght " thl Polni-
Alio Mary K. Forsvth. f'nltn
W. L. Uambleton commanding, ar
rived at this port from Mound City
at about 8 o'clock last night. Sbo has a
cargo of government stores lor I'cnsacola.
tiho will depart to-day.
Tho Idlewlld is tho regular Culro and
Evansvillo packot for this ovening. Kho
will leave at 5 o'clock.
Tho Emma C. Elliott will leave this
evening for Memphis, Vicksburi; and
way points at 6 o'clock.
Tho Jumes Fisk, Jr.. will leave at tbo
usual hour this evening far Paducah.
Si'JSAMBOAT BUTC HER
Vlty StitluDal Bank Bnlldlnf.
SVSpeelsl attsntlOB paid too Men Irom .lau,
ooais olKbt or dT
NOTICE TO CO.NTRAC10RS.
Commissioners' Oitick, I
Anna, Ills.. May II. 1873. j
healed nronosals will bo ri.ri.kmi itntn 1
o'clock p. m., on tho 17th day of July next,
lor tho erection and completion (above tho
oa-emeiu Moryi or mo center bulldingol tho
Southern Illinois Insano asjlum, located nt
Anna, Union count V. Illinois. .Senemln hi, Id
will be received lor the brick. work.
price per 1000 laid In the wall stated. A bond
of two thousand dollars must accompany
each bl I, conditioned that If tho contract Is
awarded, the bidder will promptly enter in
to contract for the work so let. Tho con
tractor will be required to give bond In dou
ble tho amount ot contract price, to bo ap
proved by the governor for a lalihlul com
pllanco ol tho terms ol tho contract. Plans
and ppeeltlcatlons will be on exhibition nt
tbc otllcool tlm commissioners In Anna, on
ami alter tho llrst day of July next, where
blank proposals ran bu hud. The cotiimls.
sinners reserve the right to reject any and
.! uiui, li. ... OTUKUKSS. 1
HlltAM Walkeii. K'oius.
n-15 lot. Jessk Bishop, J
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Zrs ol , Jl "'m".ls-
Jaws, Journals and olnt feso u loVA of
Inlnt .,.l,..l..'..l W ,1.7.
T,w iiV...i..i, 1. '""' V
.1.1. S ti Bneni nsseniuiy or tho
state ol Illinois, ami for such additional
ftMenib'fy8 m"y bC orJcr,:1 hi fc'encral
?"c,1' I'foposaU mush bo in triplicate, one
copy to lie denn. in.l ulil, :n,.r...... r
, " nn me auditor 01 public ac
counts uml nun ,,1,1. .1... .,,..'........
r.r; : ' '""C" "J u "0I," or the raltlittll
EWte f "'o contract, In tho penal
f, 1 l.'V!00' ''B"ed by two surotles. Sald
JILz .mut 'atlsfactory to said commis-
nti.l Hi li s. T ''"IK' J l hWlCMIIK.
made ' hl 01"co unt tUi "ward
riutirt, iirill no firkits-ni'A.I l..s Isa
i. .c. IT10P0',1 ms-t bo accompanied by nt
in?. . U'i,nae.1 01 ,1C liaiid-wrltingol the per
m miking tli proposals-legal cap paper
"ken as the measure.
I lie L'nvpnmi. n,,.l .1-..- .
nnl.n 1 .V t,,u toiliimBniuiiBi ui
i'"iij jiiinuiig reserve to themselves tlio
riMit to reject any and all bids. The proposals
will he opened at three o'cock p. in., Wed-
ncsday, May 'JS. 187.1. In tlw, nfflrn nl tho
goernor, and tho contract then and there
awarded unless all bids ure rejected.
i.eo. 11. IIaulow, See'y ol SUto.
c. E. LirriNcoTT, Auditor P. A.
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