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ILLINOIS CENTRAL K R
IM Itrattie HhnHMt Route
EtaTfcS- Wllae Its ItiortMt HnaU
TO ST. LOUIS
HO CHANGE OF OAKS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO
ONLY OSB CHANGE OF CABS
OM IMffto TO
C1eotoa.ll, i. Ileeerolle, 9.
Bofreln, PutelWC. WvhlnloB.
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Totk.
Botlen tad M points east,
stll-toile, Jane.rtlle, Madison,
LaCro.se, St. rul and alt points north.
bit It el.n the ttilj ati.it rti.to
Do-elsr, Bloomlngton, Plprtnfrrld,
P oris, Sul7 . h"kHk'
Burliaglos, Roc Island, L Halle,
M-Ddota, Duon, Kreeport,
Salens. Dubuque, moui jtty,
Oratht and II point. northwest,
Elegant Drawing Room Bleeping Ca
On all Night Trains.
B Checked 10 all Important point..
Tot tickets ana information, apply to I. C, R-b
depot I atro; oo board tne trantu steamer be
teu Col nm lira and Cairo, and at tne prtnclD.
rallroa ticket ofllce throughout the toath.
W. P. JOHN -i iN DtD'l ui Afc't, Chicago
A. Ml rem ti.1., Oen'l nup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OK TIME.
rastenjer trmn on the Illinois Central
ehtnire time i -day. From anil alter 2:10
p tn. to-day trains "111 niu ns follows
Mail, except Sunday
Express, dally except Sunday
Mall, ' "
. . . .3:15 a. m
... 1:00 p. ui
. 2:10 p.m.
On and a'ter Sunday, May .', an excur
sion train will be rttti each Sunday on the
Cairo and Vlneentics tailroad, between
Cairo and Mound City, an follows ;
Ja'ave MM city. Arrive at Cairo.
8 a.m. 8:25 a.tu
4:.'J0 p m 4:.V p.m.
leave Cairo. Arrlv e at MM City,
(an. u-.: a.m.
6 p.m. bulo p.m.
Fare for the round trip, Arty cent.
Cuaklxs O. Wood. Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
UATUO AND VINCENNE5 RAILROAD
Tralni now Icaro Calto and Mound City at
Leave Cairo. Leave Mound City.
":45 a.m. 7:10 a.m.
1 m. 1:15 p.m.
6:15 p.m. tj-.tu
CUaa O. VTouti. O.n'l Ticket Ag't.
A1B0 AND VINcENNES RAILROAD
On and after Monday, February 3, 1673,
rain, on the C. and V. railroad will run as
Mound City.. 8:10 "
" Eldorado.... l:'.lSp.tn.
" Norrl-Clty.. 2:ii
" Cannl 3:01 "
" Mt. Carmcl.. 4:10 "
..Tire Viucunnes... 6.-40
eave Incenuea... t a. m.
Mt. Carmcl.. 8: "
" Cannl ... ttuVS
" ldorado ...11:03 "
" Mound City.. 4M p. in
arrive Cairo bAW "
b:K p. m. le.
6:10 " ar.
7:00 u. m. lc,
xn " ar.
Connecting at Vlncelincs with tho Itiill-
'napoll.aua Vlnceniie.,UfiloHUl Al Ji--i-f fjnif ,
mU Ktan-vllle uud Cratvfiird.vllle rallroa Jf;
it Mt. Ciruiul with tfie l.oulillu uud New
lllimy airline; at Cannl with the rii. LuuU
uid souibua.teru ; ut N nix City the Spring
leld and Illinois southeastern ; ut Kldorado
.vith tlit iliawneftown brauch ol the tit.
Loul. und soulbeattern: at Cairo with the
Mobile and U to railroad trunfer boat, and
steaiuer. tor Mi-uiiiliU, Hud Hiker, Vlckt
burg aud Si-W Urluull-.
wut. u. voiu, ucn i Ticket Ag't.
a I va In
I tibBlUlllltJUU V
tUt' At. WEVtlU.K Ittl'dltl.
U. a. SIO. SKH., UIMKhVKU'li DrylCK, I
Caimo, MaJ 20, 167a, 10:11 p.m. J
ThiTJiometer 73 degrees.
ina, calm, velocity o mile per
Miklmutn temperature last 21 hours, at
4 p. tn , 8) degree..
Minimum temperature, last 21 hours, at
6 a. is:.. Hi degruea.
l'realllug wlud last 21 hours, east.
Total number ol miles wind travelled, last
34 hour., 105.
Total ralnrull In Inches, .01.
.Edwin Gahlaad, Observer
A N N U U N CE M E.N T.
We are authorized to announce that
David J. Baker Is u candidate for judge of
the Twenty-sixth Judicial circuit. Election
on Mondi), June 2, lo73. id
A house, 8 room aud i closets. ith onn
vlr "!"' CrDer f TwV'tt Ul '
roplar ttreeu. on ea.v term.. For iiirih.r
,i , - "
""v.uj.uuu, "J'l-'J on tue t-riniLes,
SPECIAL NO MCE.
This li to certify that J win pay no bun
created by my son, bis mother or any ol her
children, wltbiiut my order.
Caiho, M.y 23, ib73. Geo. (J. Smith,
WAN 1 ED,
Immediately, tt the St. Charles hotel, a
white woman a. chambermaid. Also u
white man, who undrr.tand. milking cows.
To one that unacr.Uiid. his busluc... good
Wsgti Will be paid. &-21 3t.
galaon-kecpers and all others are hereby
iBOtlded to aell tio more liouor to mv hut.
bind, Thomas Winters. Any person scllii g
Iquortohim alter this date Hill be pruic
cuted to the lull extent ol the liquor law.
Cairo, May J7, 1873. M8-2w
To any and all who desire a line,
genuine French calf.kld, Morioco ur patent
leather pair of boots, gaiters or shoes of any
or all of tbe latest atylei, William Ehlcrs, on
Twentieth ureet, i, rCady to furnl.h them
at the most tmonatjlo rate, and guarantees
good stock.goodfiu aud perfect satisfaction.
FINE LAUMlllY WOKIC.
Mrs, Utile Colt man talcs tbl, method of
Informing tue'publli. that .be it now pre.
pare to do all klnus ol aDo lauudry work, at
.cneup raus. Fluting, criuplnj;, etc., done
t a small advance, per doztt, on plain clothes.
Families aiidlndlWduals wllittnd It to their
advantage totako their clothes u Mrs. Cole
'man. KMdenc on Fourth atreev,
aide, between Wahlngtou and Comiu..rcti
ParaeoU end a la ge lot ol custom made
UU J -oei we sold cheap at Burger's,
Tbo timely nd very proper suggestion
offered by Tub Bulletin to the city ait
tliorlllc In regard to cleanliness, and the
prevention of disease by removing ollentlvo
and unhealthy depo.lU are worthy of adop
tion. Butlt woud seem like labor 'n vain,
and wotso than vain If the tilth and carrion
arc to bo placed where tbo prevailing sum
mer breeze will blow all the prisonous ox
halation direct y back Into tho city. Out
sldo Ibo Mississippi levee Is the p a-e e
leeteu lor the deposit ol all uncleannes.s,
and lor the location ol slaughter houses.
i bo vjry plaeo ol all places bast calculated
lor disseminating obnoxious odors, and the
germ ol disease. Cannot a safer location
be found f SANITARIAN.
Cairo. May 22, 1873.
Mr. Thomas Wilson, who has beon nt
Sbawnrclown, looking at .Morgan and ad
miring l.ll k, la at home again.
Mr. ibQmaa Winter will bid for the work
ol copying the state laws, etc. We hope
l oin may aucceed. He can bnadlc his pen
beautllully ; and is a rattling copyist.
Geo E. Hawkins of Memphis Is tn the
city. He Is adelcgate to the l'rlntcr.' Inter
national jiiIoii, and la on hi way to attend
the meeting of that body, which meets In
loronto, Canada, In a few days.
Mr. Summers ol tho Columbus Dlpatch.'
and Mr. l'utlcr of the Mound City 'Journal,'
were In the city ye.tcrday. We vcro too
btt-y to commune with them. When next
they return we will meet them at Walker's
or 1'arker a and drown the neglect In a Mow
ing bowl ol pop.
Kcv. Mr, Thotmon was out of the city on
Sunday, ills pulpit was tilled by Itev. D. L.
Daiao! tho 'dun, who preached the luner-
ul sermon of the late Oeurge Weidon. The
setmon, those who heard It say, was an ablo
one, full ol thought, and in every way ap
propriate to the occasion.
Hun. l.aac Clements was In the city yes-
terdarday. Ho accompanied tho tit. louts
excur.lunlst on thler trip to Texas and New
Orlc ns, and was one of the party which ar-
rn cd In this city on eunday ulgut. He was
much pleased with the trip ; but reports al
fairs tn Louisiana In a very discouraging
Con Manley, an old-tlmo Calroite, has re'
turned to the city. It was said, Kimetltne
ago, tual uon uau gonu to ui long uouie,
but he is still full of life, and, having a clear
coni-cteuco, Is good lor ut least twcnty-Uv
years yet. Wo are glad to have Manley
back to the old town. Ho propose to go
Into the Iced store business so we are In
tormed. Uen. F. T. Sherman and lady, and Mr.
Joihua Marsh of Chicago, arrived In this
city on Saturday afternoon. In the evening
ueneralutidMrs. Sheiman went to Mound
City, where they were the guesta ol lion.
N. It. caey. They returned to Chicago
yesterday. Mrs. Marsh, who has been on a
l-lt to the South arrived In tblt city on
sunday altcrnoon, mi Uie steamer Illinois,
aud with her hu.band took the tint train for
Members of the St. l.ouis congressional
convention to the number ot one hundred
j and forty-three arrived and departed
Ir m this city on Sunday night. They had
been on an excursion to Texas and New Or
lean, aud It appearances are any Indication,
lly 1..-- U-Jl VBW7 BttU - U
They arrived In this city on the ateamer
miaul., mounted a special train In waiting
tor them, aud In less than twenty niluutcs
wero on their way back to St. Louis.
Cupt. Win. l Halllday of Cairo and we
might .ay one of tbo first business men of
Illinois occupied tho po.Ition of clerk on
tint small eteambuat Ulgut!) er and similar
walercralts from the year 183! to 1W34 All
our buslnc.s men knew him Intimately dur
ing tli s period, and uulio in pronouncing
him a clever and obliging gentleman, llut
nhat a chaiuu nas taken placu In tho condi
tion ol the obliging cletk. To-day he Is,
without doubt, uuu ul the tlr.t business men
ol the Ml.aWstppl Valley, uud ills wealth
nuy be counted iiy tens, if not hundreds, ol
Ihuusauds. It! all. tin Gazette.
MUNICIPAL MAT IEU3.
There are three prisoners under the c:ro
ol Jailer McCarthy, who 1 working theni
gently .umewhere tn the city.
The .Ipe water ha. run out ol tho city. It
gut tired and could stay no longer. We
have reliable inform itlon which Jutllies lis
In promising our cltlz us that it will not re
turn until next .p'ing.
The city council will meet In solemn con
sultation next Tuesday evening. If not
sooner, and lull to It, hammer and t nigs,
about the city printing. Ncllts has come
over to our side, and in spirit we have lulded
htm In the arm of recon. Illation.
June 1 Is tho day of death lor all dogs run
ning at large in this city untagged. Near to
our pitientear, ut all hours of the night, are
two curs, the b .rklng of Which is loud' and
Incessatit. .May they bite the du.t first as
tur'.y as sixty seconds after 12 o'clock ou
that eventful day l
-n. ...i' .
I aig tiaaiug
They are waking up, the city authorities.
Yesterday Wooten arrested a drayman for
dumping a barrel of rotten potatoes on the
acant lots near the gas works. The cholera-
Ocfjlllg d,lvr of m draj. roach wm taken
belore Juuge Bross, and lined t'o and costs.
The goou work has been commenced. Keep
It up, gentle Wooten. Tiro not of well
Fred. Whltcamp has resigned lilt place on
the police force to drive an Ice wayon for
Yocum. He can keep cooler as an ice nag.
otil.t than at a policeman, We suggest
Martin a his successor. Martin has some
shortcomings, but take It lor all In all, he 1.
a tlm-ratc oltlccr. Under the tender cure
or Mc Hale and Cain be will prove to bo the
most alert man ou the force, or we ure r.o
l'ollce business it dull, or the pollo otll-
ccr. are lazv ui dou't say which. The ofll-
ceistay there Is nothing In sight, but we
are ol the opinion that If 'they would divide
themselves Into -i latgo number or officers,
and spread themselves over a greater por
tion or the city at tbo same time, all the
stitggeriug drunken men who offend the.
eye ou our streets, might be pressed Into
the street-cleaning loree ol tho city. Tken
wn might have an averago force of live or
tlx on the chain gang. So sober it Cairo.
If tho stmt lorce could be Induced tode.
vote a few days of its vuluablu timu to re
pairing Second, Fourth, Sixth and Eighth
streets from thu levee to Washington
avenue, It would bo entitled to a vote of
thanks from every citizen who drives a
team, The streets named are in a very
dIUpl 'ated condition, full of holes aud
rough as the rugged road of the Sons ot
Malta. Last year, by this time, all our
streets were In good condition, and clean.
The weather and a little slowness, has re
tarded the good work this acaaon, but It
ttiould be ueieytn no longer.
1 1 We have no deposition to onarr.t -im
I Uetith Officer WuoUu but w deilre to
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, MAY
(... .... ... .. . i .u.r.L.I IfVn
sugso" vnai ins OUT csndtl ociiei iu. .
wero to talk lets and work more his la
bora would be raoro beneflclsl to tbo city.
Hooomplslnathatone notification to clean
up Is not sufficient, and toil he Is compelled
to "keep pounding awsy'' In order to In
duce people to remove such matter at under
tho ordinances la doclared nuisances. Ho
should not "pound" quite so much, and
people who reluso or neglect to comply with
the provisions of the ordinances should be
made to understand that thf re Is a wav to
compel thrm to obey. Notify and glvo
them arca.onable time to remove their tilth,
and then II they neglect or refuse to do eo
give them a taste ol the law lth referenco
to the matter. Don't wasto to much wind,
Woottn, but make them cone to time.
I 'The rain fell "llko fury" n Sunday.
Selling off at cost at Monrnlc.' 6-2 'f,
filter's and Herbert's buildings are rising
Mocovlc, Washlncton avenue, near
Tenth street, Is selling off t cot 6-2 tf
All kinds of linen., laces, edgings, and
trimmings of every variety ut Burger's.
II you want good goods at cost, go toMo
covlcs; Wushlngtoi avenue, near Tenth
Thunder and lightning and rain came
down upon us yest-rday afternoon at 5
o'c'ock, thick nnd fast.
Burger Is now offering for sale a splendid
sorttncnt nf dress silks, Japanese suitings,
eto., etc., at the tn ist reasonable rates.
A lartfc ntiuibor of jlound City negroes
were In the city Sunday, attending the cere,
monies of laying a church corner atunn.
The mall leaves now at 12 o'clock at r Iglit
on the Illinois Central, of all hours about
the meanest that could have been sctec ed.
Burger has just received a full Hue of
summer dress goods ol every description,
which will be .old cheaper than the cheap
The St. Louis Short Line express train
has been taken off. The rea.on Is not
given. There has probably been a row
A hoiM! thief and a liar says In ono nf
our country exchanges: "In Cairo all the
lawyers are Judges, hut none ol the Judgca
The mo.t beautiful percales, Jaconets ntid
other white dress goods ever brought to
this market, can be bought Mr exceeding
ow prices at Burger's.
Mr. Al Susankn. one of our mnit entnr
pr)slnr citizens, has Just built three cottages
on Twcnty-nliith street, and proposes to
build on his lots on the conur or Commer
cial avenue and Thirteenth rtreet.
If a new railing is not soon put along the
sidewalk In front of tho Thirteenth street
school-hotise, tho city will hav the necks of
a few docen children to pay for. It must
be ttxed, or there will bo damages to pay.
The Odd Fellows propose to buy lots nnd
build a hall, and as a preliminary step they
will soon glvo a picnic for the purpose ol
making a few dollars to aid them in accom
pli'hlng their plan. Everybody wants a
The murderer of Constable Weidon was
not buried on Sunday until after lit victim
waa burled. The negro friends of the
murderer declared thoy wero going to kcei
ground until Wcldon was
Bennto's smoke stack Is so high It almost
touches tho sky ltennlo made It high to
WU thf. hmiius rw l.Ufr ... au,
ott'aeyes. Elliott hnsapatrofhoot,of the size
Itcnnlc wears, which he proposes to presont
to Ilennle with a vote of thanks.
New stock and new stylos of wallpaper
paints, oils, window glass, etc., etc , at If. F.
Meigs' new store, Washington avenue and
Eleventh street. Call and see tho latest
styles In wall paper bofore purchasing else
tv hero. 4.1 .
F. M. Ward Is newmppared to deliver the
best ol sawed and split hi kury wood to any
part of tho city. Also all kin i.iif wood and
coal alvva; on hand. Leave orders at his
office, corn,r Seventeenth street und Com
mcrelal uvenue. M-2. tf.
A number ot rowdylled bays urc In the
habit ol congregating In front ol TlIK llUL
letin office alter dark, befiullng the tide-
walk with tobacco spit. Indulging In nol.y
talk and making nul-anccs ol tuemselvv.
Thu attention of the police Is called to
'1 0111 Parker has opened a hotel and saloon
at V1IU Uidge. Tom knows how to keep
bote .and he may authorize his right buud
to wager a nickel with his left, that wo will
allow the light bf our countenance to .bine
upon htm If we should ever get to Villa
Itldgo before we go there Is a cottln.
W ard, the wood nun, says Mound City I
dull. He was up mere yesterday unif
ought to know. His business there was to
mako arrangements to hlp a car load or
hickory stove wood to St. Louis. Ward has
purchased all tho wood ofthl Klrvl that will
be made by tho handle factory duilng the
nexi twelve mou hi, and proposes to sl it
in Cairo and neighboring clMes.
Obeily & Co, have been erecting an addi
tion to the Calto Bulletin building It 1.
for a news composing room, und Is a one-
story continuation ot the rear of the old
building, I he windows look out upon a
eeautllul expanse ot water that washes the
substantial foundation of th . building, and
the view is us tine as any upon the borders
of the noted lakes of Switzerland, Mound
City J .urnal,
A mare was stolen from a widow lady at
Point Pleasant, MUsotin, Ian week, 'lhu
widow, happening to be In Cairo yesterday,
saw her mare backed by a negro. Wo need
not say the lady wasstirprlsee aud delighted.
She followed the mare and rider, and hoKd
them In Perry Povveis' stable. Lpoa Iwpiliy
she tearnid that the negeo clalineil that he
had purchased tho horse. The rights ol
property In the "critter" will bo tried to
day before Judge Bross.
The bumming congressmen paed through
this city Sunday night. They were sober
ing. One was moru than hair sober eforu
the train left tho depot of the Illinois Ccu.
tral, ar.d felt confident that ho would ho en
abled to becomo entirely sober, if he could
get through Carbondale without becoming
dead drunk" again. He thought a glance
at Luce's too sober luco would
counteract tho effect of Barton's pcrstiuslon
It tike Jut one more.
The Hibernians are good boys, and always
do thu right thing at the nglit timu In thu
right matter. On Sunday they ascertained
that only ono car had been procured to con.
ey the friends ul the late George Wclderi
to Villa ItUlgu. Instead or turning back,
they chartered two car for themselves,
filled them, and paid fare and collected ld
over expenses, which amount was handed
to tiro wMow yesterday by a committee of
the company appointed ror that purpose
Tltn Gorman is one of the busiest and ben
builders and draftsmen In Calru. Within a
few months he hat built three line cottages
lor Mr. Susanka, on Twenty-ninth street j
Mr Close's resilience on the corner ot Wat!
nut and Twentieth ttreott; a cottago for
Mr. Wilder near the corner ot Jefferson av.
enue and Filth street; and has three othtr
ioittet under headway, U not Ms hut, h
Is ono ol tho best workmen In this or nny
other city Wo chef tfully recommend him
to all desiring work In his line.
The First National bank of this city hat
rcctlvcd blank certificates ol stock In the
centennial exhibition, to bo held In tho city
of Philadelphia In 1870. Tho chares are
hold at eiO each, and the purchaser of one
sharo becomes a stockholder In the ccn en
nlal exhibition aoclatlon, and Is entitled
to one vote lor every share of stock pur
chased. Mr. Chat. Cunningham, cashier ot
tho First National bmk. has the matter In
hand, and nlll Impart to thoso doslrlng to
purchase stock all the Inlormatlon necessary.
Tho trl.il of ''Hilly llarrUor," for the nnir
der or Jocph -woboda. In u hottsu of lit
laino In this city a little over a year aifo,
will commence to-morrow morning in the
Pulaski county circuit court, Jttdgo D. J
llaker, presiding. The prlnclp e witncsc
onthe partoltho p'osccutlon have arrived,
und will kIvo testimony nt tho trial. Wi
learn thit two noted erlmln.il lawyers, MaJ
Hlackbuttl nnd C'nl. Jac son ot Cincinnati,
have been retained f.r tin defence. Con
slitcrablj lnterestlnthotrl.il Is manlfiMcil
by thu people ol tbl city, In whoso mind,
the commission ol the terrible deed Is yet
LAST TBI BUTE TO TH K M RMUHY
OF CONS l' A IILE GEO.
THE FI'NKBAL A iwiltttK uatj
Kit I NO.
In ac:ordanco with the notice given in
fue Bullkti.v of Sunday morning, the
luncml of Oeo. Vv Woldon took place at
1 o'clock of that day.
At about 11 o'clock on Sunday forenoon
the member of the
AKAll FIRE COMPANY,
Of which Weidon was one of tho oldest
members, began to iit'eniblo ut thuir en
gino.biiuso on Commercial avenue at tbo
foot of Suventh street. At about flftioti
minutes past l'J o'clock nenrly all of thu
mombors of the company wero present
nnd ready to fall into line at tbo com
mand of their lender. Tho company
formed In line and tho proce.tiun pro
ccodui to tbo cngino-house of the
ROUnil ANIi KKADY
1'iro company. Joined by tho Boughs,
tbu procession moved up Washington uv
unue to Twelfth street, down twelfth to
Poplar, up Poplar to Thirteenth j tbenco
down Thirteenth to tho plaeo of meeting
Whero thoy halted for a faw minutes. In
a very short timo tho procession, now
composed of tho Arab, Bough and Beady
and Hlbornisn Flru companies, took up the
lino of march and continued on down
Thirteenth itreot to Commercial avenue,
whore they were met by the members of the
DELTA Fir.C COMPANY,
Who hud been waiting some lime for
their arrival. As tho procession moved
along tho Deltas "fell In,'' and brought up
the reur. Thus, all tho tiro companies in
tho city having came together in ono pro-
tnorcial avenue to the rusidence of tb de
ceased near tho corner of Eleventh street.
AT THE J10USK.
Arrived at thu bouse, pall-bearers, two
from ouch company word detailed, and
alter n lapto of u fuw minutes time, tbo re
mains wero removed from tho houso and
placed In the hario.
After uvery thing was In readiness tho
procuision again proceeded down Com
mercial avenue, to Eighth street, ihenco
down Eighth stroet to
TltK MKTIIuUlsT CHURCH,
Whero tho funurul services weru to occur.
The remains wjro romoved from tho bean 0
and conveyed into the church und placed
on thu platform in front of the pulpit. It
took somo timo for ull thoso who enter. d
tho church to got seated, and after tl.o
lapsoof considerable time quiet was re
stored, Onco all wis still,
URV li L DAVIS
Tiok tho pulpit nd dulivercd the funorul
oration. Those who heard tho sermon nil
siyitwas an e.xcollent discourse, full of
tho milk of human sympathy und illus
trated tho lifu and character of thu deceased
in iv very truthful manner,
AKTEK 1HK 6ERMOK
The remains wero ngsln plscod in tbo
h carso, and thu procession, formed in tho
samo order as bforo entering the church,
moved down Eighth ttr'.ot to tho levee,
wlmro a spocial train was waiting to con
voy them to the cemetery
AT VILLI IlllitJC.
At the grnvo tho ceremonies wero very
short, at tho conclusion of which thu
funeral party rolurned to tho cars, and
wero soon back to tho city.
Tho place to buy wall paper 20 per cent,
cheapf than any other place in the city Is
No. 2, Seventh street. Try It 11. Ahi.e.
SALE OF (-EUVIlEAUI.E AND UNSElt
VICKABLE OBD.N ANUB STOKES.
llUHKAO IIP UUIIN.VNCK. I
Navy Department, April ;0, 1673. j
There will bo sold at public auction to the
highest bidder, at 12 tn , on Tutirsday, May
20th, 173, at the naval station, Mound City,
Illinois, 11 quantity ol cannon projectiles and
miscellaneous articles of ordnance, In part
as lollows, viz:
DO 31 pdi Parrott rltUs.
;tt 2opdr Parrott iltlfs.
1 i pdr llahhfren tifle.
860 "Ur Dihlgreu rlllle-,
28 32 pdr cannon,
40 eight Inch cannons.
1 six inch mortar.
A largo quantity, aliout 111 ton", ol ten
Inch, eight Inch, 3J pdr, 30 pdr, 20 pdr, 10
pdr, and thirteen Inch mnrtar projectiles
and miscellaneous ordnancu stores, includ
lug a lot of scrap bronze, y
Terms: Tun pur cent. In government
lunds on the conclusion of tho sale, and tho
remainder within ten days, during which
time the articles mttstbu removed Iroin tho
station, otherwise they will revert to tho
It Is to bo distinctly understood that 110
guarantee will bu given to purchasers of
articles offered for salu and noted In tho
citaloguo as regards their exact condition
or quality, but It Is believed, however, that
everything offered for sale Is as represented.
William N. .Ip.kfkhw, Chief or Bureau. 1
Thu ubovo Is published by order or the :
commandant ol station, to whom persons de
siring to becomo purchasers and wishing to
inspect the articles otiereu ior saiu eiiuuiu
apply, FRANCIBT. GtLLKTr,
MW&wtd Paymaster U. B. Navy,
Moscovlca w ,rll,n 011 ' co"f' ft'2 "
SALE OF EQUIPMENT STOHES.
There will be sold at public auotlonto the
highest blddor, at 10 a.m., on Thursday,
May 20, 1873, at the naval station, Mound
City, a quantity of nival equipment stores,
In partes lollows, viz:
11 anchors, 0.2S3 pound'.
7 chain cables.
1 set scales (counter),
" " (platlorm),
oo yard, cotton canvas.
And a large quantity ufml'cellantotis arti
cles, such as: Wire and nmnllli rope, bunt
iwnlncs, rowlock", double and single blocks,
amp'.oldju k, etc., etc.
ierm. Ton per cent. In government
'Hudson t 0 conclusion ol tho sale, and the
remainder within ten day. during wbleh
lino the articles must bo removed fioin the
station, otherwise they will revert to the
Hy order of tho commnndant ol station.
, FltANCIS T. OH.I.RTT,
6-15-tf Paymaster U. S. avy.
Should bo adopted without delay. Clean
up! Whitewash II Paint!!! And when
von do paint, remem'ier that tho best It the
cheapest. The Avcrlll Chemical Paint Is
the best for any and all tic. to which paint
I'Mppled. H y u tlcslro a beiiutllul.dlir
able, cnamckd sur'arc. tt.o the A. C P.
ror "ale In onveiilcnt packages In purest
white and nil colors, mixed ready for the
brush, by Jv, K. Wuy Co., general com
mission merchants and agents fur the Iron
Buggy company, Sixth street, between
Commercial und Washington avenue..
ICE CREAM SALOON.
Aa warm uiiHtlixr la itirahlnu tbu
lovers ot Ice cream will be glad to learn that
Messrs. Satip tC-clarkson have fitted up nnd
refurnished, In elegant style, their Ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain has
aUu been put In running order, and nothing
l wantlm: nbottt the establishment to make
the pleasure and comtort of their patrons
Mr. Annt Lang on Eighth "tree!, between
Commercial and Washington avenue", has
U"t opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery goods. Shn hat one hundred
and fifty dltleretit styles of huts and bonnet",
bf sde n large asortment ol ribbons, Mow
er" and notions ot all sort", nil ol which wil
be sold at the lowest prices.
Till" popular hotel has been retitted and
Improved, and Is now one of the most com
lurlahle stopping places in tho city. The
travelling public and person" desiring
pleasant quarter, by the week or month, vvll
always Uud them at thu Commercial hotel, ,
Rates ol board have lieen rcitucleu as 101.
low.: Day buard, 81 60 per week: transit,
il 60 per day; board and lodging, from e'
to e7 per week. tf
NOTICE TO SALOON-KEEPERS.
Saloon-keepers, and all others, are hereby
notified to sell no more liquor to my hus
band, 0u3. O. Smltli. Any peruu selling
liquor to him after this date, will be pro-e-
ctited to the full extent of the liquor law.
M118, Gko. G. Sunn,
C.s lt:0, May 20, 1671. 6-27-Ht
Notice 1 hereby given that oil and after
Juno 1, all dogs and sluts found running at
large, will be killed by me or tinder my di
rection, unless the required tax Is paid 011
the same. 1 will receive dog tax on and
after Mny li at thu city clerk's nuke.
6-Utd Wm. McHai.k, City Mai'tnl.
1'inu white; single und double A amber;
single and double X Canary, best quality ol
manill.i, bluo letter, etc., etc. ,Vi,t for
sale, printed at 3 60 to 0 60 per thousand,
at tho Bulletin Oppice.
A new hotel has been opened In tho large
houso located on thu corner ol Seventh
street and Washington avenue. It will be
known us llrowu's hotel, and proprietored
by Mr. Brown, whose reputation as a hotel
keeper Is well-known In this city. The
housu has bM'ti thoroughly renovated and
rctttrnishcd, and Is in every way lirst-class.
Thu tables nre at all tunes furnl-hcd with
the bc.l the season afford-, uud thu charges
liberal, being only il 50 per day. Mr.
Brown solicits and deserves a share ol the
public patronage. 6-1 Itl
Mr. .1, M. Mo'kovics, thu enterprising
dealer in dry goods, Washington Veuuo
between Ninth and Tenth streets, offers his
largo and varied stock of goods at cost
prices. Ills store Is lull of the choicest ol
dry goods ot evcry.vatlety and quality, and
the prices ut which ho Is dl-po-lng of them
are astonishingly low. Call upon him mid
satisfy your.elf. 6-7 tf.
Window screen wire, water-coolers, zero
refrigerators, toilet sets, tdrd cages and a
general stock ot tin aud Britanla ware, Iso
a good supply ol tho celebrated Charter
O-k cooking stoves at lowest figures No
100, Commercial avenue.
C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
Wo are the sole ag, nt ror thu salo or Mtts
son's pure cider vinegar, made on lit 1 farm
at Condon, llllti U, put up in convenient
sized packages ror ramlly use, and every
package warranted pure,
1-13 tr, Coppeyv Pace & Co.,
No. 65 Ohio Levee.
Burger has Jit-t leeched atiJ opened a
large stock ot damasks, napkins, tovvcllngs,
etc., etc., all or wtrch will be sold cheaper
than they can bo bought anywhere else In
A new and beuutlful assortment or grena
dines are now lor salo nt Burger's. Call and
Burger has u complete line ot hosiery or
all k mis, nnd corsets, collar-, cull's, etc., In
mil lulled variety.
Swiss muslin-, tarletnns, French and Hani
burg embroideries at Burger's. Great bur
llATCIIELORS" HAIR DYE.
This s-tieprb hair dye Is the best In the
worldperfectly harmless, reliable and In
stantaneous. No disappointment. The
genuine. A Batchelor's imlr dye producing
Immediately iv nittiral black or brown
Doo not .tain tho skin, but leaves the hair
clean, soft and beautiful. Tho only sale and
perfect lulr dvo. Sold bv all druggists.
Factory , in Bond street, N. Y. 6-27-2.K
City BttUoMtl a-ifcliUei
Mjspeotal attsntios paid to ordert from
botit sight order
SHIRTS TO SiPE 01-A.Xj jyLJ-ASTJ-RS.
' ROBERTS &c CO.,
SPRING l'I ELD, ILLINOIS.
(Succctiors to Roberts & Finley.
SHIRT TAILORS, HATTERS, AMD GENTLEMEN'S FL'KN ISHKKS.
Shirts tnado to order iti the ino.tt artistic manner
KXT11A DUKABLE AND I'EIli'KCT IN FIT.
All measures pn served, and parties deMiIng can duplicate their orders nt any time.
SATISFACTION GUAHXTKEI) oit
MONEY ClIHEltFULLY REFUNDED.
Blanks and InMrucllons ror ell mi n.urrmrtit forwarded on Application.
Shirts shipped CO. D. to any part ol the Union, ROBERTS & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
2TO. 7L OHIO Xj3Vj3B"
j J f. vs. ? sT t . - "r
-j wmm imt,mummm nun
isttt sriaet t
It.n U ll
OILCT IWsiATcniAdHflG O
IRIICIB 'jgfiQ COLORS. 'Ka ljl,
feIU'-V Ht""?.0! I'u1,1Ill W'tW" U?1""". 'ISo money 'o
1 1 J " y- 5 1,as "owfliunuYl unless t'io Liaent la as roi-i
Tet. ed to rnvf ner.cct aatlifactjui. nnd Ur.n. 1 n . j . rorre-
has justly been styl, 1 thu nanacea f jr nil
cxtc.-nal Wounds, Cuts, Burns, SwcIIIulu.
Bpralna, Bruises, &c, Sio., fo'r Ifan and
litit 17o family should bo a ilnIo day
JIYLAND & SAUKR,
AND DEALERS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th jtreet and Commercial ivontt
ne;;t door to tho Hyland saloon.
IMC tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND PUM.K.K IN
Eiohtii Stkket, Bktweek W'abhinoto.s
AND COUMEI1UIAL AVENUKH,
AdJolnlnK Rt'lenliouae nml II mi Mr 'a
Keep ine nest or iim, rota, Slutton Wsi
Lamb, Sausage, etc., .nil are pr.pars.l to st-m
einaens in inu mu.i arcniivamn rnaonar.
" JOHN SMITH,"
(Successor to .lames Kyn.mton.)
BUTCHKB AND DXALKll IK ALL KtNDS tn
COKNEIt NlNKIKNTH AND PorLAIl Sis..
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. '
llnva anH alalir.tit. vu ....V. i. . .
""j " -, svit tuu cattio.
hogs Bnr. sheep, and Is prepared to till any
demand for fresh meats from one noun 1 to
ton thousand pntinds. 1
?5 TO 520
All ches ol
Per day. Agents wanted!
wnrkihi nAnttln rui.. -
make more money at work for us In thilr
spare moments, or all tho titnc, than at aov
thing else. Particulate Iree. Aodreks y
'vii wts 1 uiitrin 1 11 n inn
or tho best fabric known, and warranted
Corner Washington Ave.
and Eight's ttieet.
Of rhamols and rabbi: skin
for weak lungs.
At BARCLAY BROS.
( II LOR ATE
FOR SORE THROAT,
Prepared nnd sold
II Y BARCLAY BROS
And DIsiufccLMita for Stable;
At BARCLAY BROS,
II )SKY BEE."
" YOL'NG AMERICA,
An I "I'nlversal Standard.'
At BARCLAY BROS.
3n: ca 7 irrsTAXo linime:;t?
toOldUV nil lJri!rfv.T nwl P.v Ct I
at Soo., COo. and 1 1.00 per Bottle, 17otit
DR. B. C. TAKER,
Will resume the practice ot his profession
Aith especial reference to the elcctrlca
(reatment ot diseases In all the new und Im
proved methods ot application.
In alt cases of .uuiulu complaints a ady
ill be lu attendance. '
Office, LM Commercial avenue, up stairs.
H. WAUDNEIl, M. D
Office mid Residence Ul Commercial ave
nile, (imxt door to tbo Athunetlni).
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M.T).
OESfllENCK-Nn. Jl Tliirieonth ttre.l, tw
ly t"'o V HstiiuKion avenue ami Walnut street,
iraee 11 oomriiercUlaTequs, up ttalrs.
(Tw. DUNNING, M. D. '
RRSIIiENCJ'-eornerNinth and Walnut sta,
lmee-cuine silxtl street aud Ohio leree.
jiiio hour. from fl a.m. tn U m , anrt a p,m
I)!!. O. E. DOUCLAS,
A cdiistntit supply ol pure Nitrous Oxide
(la., p.r the p ilmcss extraction of teeth, at
the Dental Rooms of Dr. Douglas, successor
' Dr. A. M. Austin, Eighth street. 6-ltt
CJA I H O A N D 1 A D U oi A H
MA II. IIO AT.
The aienii .lenmsr
Dick Fowlxb, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY. (Sunday exconfed) at
J0p,n Korfre.gbt-'j; or
KjflHTH ST., Bt. Com. & Wash.,