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lLLlWUlbChiM'UAL K i.
IN HIIm tlte MbarlMt Hon to
mmtr MIim the ahortMt Boot
TO ST. LOUIS
KO OliANOE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
BT. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CABS
O.M CAIHU TO
hnoilo,' liti.iu WMnWn.
Eltliir. rhilssMFhlA. N '.
Boston ' " wi'M ,,
St. I'ul and all point nortb.
sl.o lb etl) illlUt V Blf to
KiKk Island, It Hollo.
In 100, Fwporl,
11.1h.11ue. Hioni ivitr.
Oroshk sDdall points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Boom Sleeping C"
On all Night Trains.
'MOfC Checksd to kit Important point".
For tictsti and information, apply to I. C, TUB
dit it iro; on board tne tronstt stcarnsr I
teu Oolomtjtjt and Cairo, and t to prlnctpi
nllro . ticket oino Hires:', at thsj (oath.
V. r.JOIIK-oN. rs.n'l ra h'I, Chleaio.
A. MtrcaBii., Of n't sap't. Chicago.
.1. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIMB.
Passenger train on the Jlllnol Central
chsiue tlroo t inlay. From ami niter 2:10
n tu. to-day trains will run u; lollows:
xnre. daily ...n:l a. m.
ifall, cxccptSundiy .. 4:00 p.m.
Exprcs, dally except Sunday. . 2:10 p. m.
Wall, " " " ..l'.'Mllfhl.
On and a'tcr SuiulHy, Mar 2.V, an
tioii train will be run each Sunday on the I
Cairo and Vlnccnne. Mllroad, between
Calm and Mound City, a lollows: I
Ume MM City.
4:.'t0 p m
Arrive, at Cairo.
Arriveat JIM City.
Fare for the round trip, tifty ccnu.
CniRUS O. Woot. (ien'l Ticket Ag't.
CAIRO AND VINCES.NE3 RAILROAD
Tralnt now leavo Calto and .Mound City n
lave Cairo. l.eavo Mound City.
7:15 a.m. 7:10a. m.
li m. l:tf. p.m.
6:15 p.m. 5:4ij '
CUas. O. Wood, (ifii'l Ticket As't.
-AIRO AND VINCENNES RAILROAD
On and after Monday, February 3, 1873,
raln on the C. and V. rallro.nl will run as
preen. cave Cairo 7:Ka.ni,
MU p. m. le.
Mound city.. b:lu
" Eldorado., ,. 1:35 p.m.
NorrWCUy.. Wi "
" Cannl 3M
" Alt. Carmel.. 4:40 "
.Tiw Viuceunei .. 6:4 1
M) u. 111.
' Noma City
" Kldorudo ..
" Mound City.,
iUSll p. m
:00 a. in. le,
vHi " nr.
CouuectliiK at Vinceiine with tho I ml 1
'.Capoliaatid Vlliceuiie,(Jhloulii Mlilppl,
tnu bvaiKViue auu crawiorciaville raiiroaUi.;
Lt Mt. Canned with Hie 1-ouli.vllle und New
AlLi-iny airline; at Caiiul with the .Si. Louln
uui soiltiicaicrii ; ui rricity tlie spring
3eld and Uliiiola souihcajtteru ; ut Eldorado
with tut Sliawuuutuwii bniucti ot the St.
LouU aud soutlieu.tt-rn; at Cairo with the
Mobile and Oi.lo ruilroud truii'ler boat, and
teaiuen for MuiuphU, Red Riter, Vlck
burg aud New Urlcuni.
Cii ks. u. Wtxju, Gcn'l Ticket Ag't.
J.no. Lkk, .lit., Sup'U
LOCAL ttEAVUKU UU'tHll.
U. tl. SIO. SKU.tUllaEk.VKIl'l orriCK,
CatKU, Maj -JT, ls7J, 10:11 p.m. J
Wlud, coatli, velocity 1 mile
Maximum lemperaturo Iat SI bourn,
4 p. m., 70 degree".
Minimum temperature, but 21 bourn,
6 a. m., 05 degrees.
Prevailing wlud lut 1 hours, aoutli.
Total number of miles wind travelled, lart
34 hour, W).
Total rainfall In Inches .19.
Edwin Gakland. Olixencr.
We are authorized to announce that
David J. Xlakerlaa candidate for Judge ol
the Twenty-lxtb Judicial circuit. Election
on Monday, June 2, 173. id
A Iiouh', 8 roomn and 6 cloccU, wait one
lot aud a hair, corner or TwcU)-tirt and
l'oplar Hreet., on eay tcruu. For lurthir
lnloiuiatlon, appl) on the ircml-e
KN VKLOl'E. "
line white; single aLd uouuju .t
little aud double X Canary, ben fjuality oi
maullla, blue letter, etc., etc. 60,000 for
sale, primed ut bj to l) W per thouiatid,
at lue llCLLKTIN OFJ ICK.
SaUon-Vcepcrs and all othcri arc herabv
lntlticd to sell no more liquor to my luiv
biud, Thomas Winter. Any pcreon relllug
IquurUiblm alter this date Hill be proec
eatud to lb lull extent ol the li'juor Mv.
Cairo, May 17, 1873. 6.1b--.'(v
NOTICE I'U aALUUN.KKEl'lIlts-.
Saloon.kccpers, aud ail other-, are hereby
cotliied to tell no more Ibjuor to my inu.
b tad, Geo. G. s'mltb. Any person selling
l nor to him after this date, will be plott
ed. d to Oiufull extent oftbe liquor law.
Mrh. Gt,o. o. Smith.
CiiRO, aiaysn, 187 fniTnli
To any and all who dnire a line,
eenuino Frcnah calf.kld, Morroco or pateni
leather pair ol boots, gaiters or shoes of any
oral of the latest stylet. William Kblem, on
Twentieth meet, L ready to Jurtil.lt them
at tho mo.t reasonable rate, and guarantee.
. good .lockootf ilu anj perlect Mllslactlon.
Mri.LeUieColuuauukekthl, method of
iBforutltiK the public Ul,t ,Ut Uln
part J J0 u kluu W Hue laundry work, m
cheap rtUl. Fluting, .rfwplog. tlc Oou,
t atnall dMUc.perdoi.,, 0Q pUlll elotUe..
families md Individuals wli.uJ lt l0 tMf
Uvauuge to Uke Uelr clothes v, ijr,( ,.0e
Ban. Ktsldeuce on Fourth stru,t toUl,
Ide, between Washington and Cou,.,.)
Mr. L. O. Harris or Mound CHy, was I"
May .r Wood wturoid to the dtr night
belore last, lie spent the day ye.terd.iy In
Inifftl.itln' tuuiilclp.1l affairs.
Charlie K)le ha rented the cottte on
Seventh street, Ulely occupied by Col. Jas.
a. Kearden, and propose to go to home,
keeptug at onie.
Judges Allen, Mulkcy and St 1. Wheeler,
and U. r.Llnearaud Johu Ml Lansdrn 01
tuts ity, were in attendance on court at
Mouud City ycticrday.
.Mr. John L. Fruit, lor a Ion? time an em
ploye 01 the 'Cairo Democrat' company, hill
late of tho South, has returned to this city,
lie Is In very poor health.
Cnnt. I), littrd atu latiilly yesterday re-
turned iroiu their trip to Denver Tho trip
there and back was a pleasaut one, and thus
were much plccd with the Western cuun
tiy. lion. K Hoc, United States marshal tor
the southern district of Illinois ' '" tl,B
city. Ills daughter, a handsome yiling
lady, l with htiu. They are guests of P.
II. i'oiie, Esq,
belling otf at cost at Motcovlc.' .V2 If.
Orccn peas are selling In tht market at
Go4"u cents a peck.
Read the assessor' notice, aud govern
TUo public schooli will clooo for the rcfju
lurmmuier tacatlou on Friday next.
All Mud or JlnviK, lacvo, oilirinrr., and
trluiuilngn of cery variety at Hurgcr'n.
jiustuiiCT, ) aouinirion avenue, noar
1 eutli rtrcet, In (elllng olf at cost. 6-2 tf.
Scott anew Ijulldlii!-, to be put tin on the
kite next to "Wiimor Caolle," will be com-
uiviKcd lu a day or two.
II ) ou want fjood goods at cost, no to Mo
coUo; Washington mcnue, near Tinib
llttrgcr I. now olfcrlng for haIe a .ulendld
aortinciit of ilr,.k iil-. i, i.i
, . , Irtl"' ''aP MiltlnSv
tlt" ''ltf, at tuu m-"-t reasonable rate-.
I Strawberries hair m-ul., tiitt- n,,,.nn...,,,..
In this market. They urc selling at lllty
cents a box. Cherries at fourty-ilve eents a
box are ulo to be had.
l'rcacbiug at the Cbrlitlan church IhU
evening at 74 o'clock, by Llder John LI ml
say. (State Evangelist). Subject : "Christian,
lty True." Seati Iroo.
Thu most beautiful percale, jaconet and
other white dress goods ever brought to
this market, can bo bought lor exceedingly
ov prlcos nt Hurgcr'n.
Johnson's circtu Is roortratilzine a ranbl
ly at po.iblc, and will soon bo ready lor
the road. Tho management propose to jjlve
tlielrUrst exhibition of the season in this
A lot ol lioys, Mtek, white and everv other
color, amused themselves ll-hlng at the Toot
of Tcntti street yesterday aRernoon. One
Utile darkle fished nut a "whopplnc blc bill-
A rumor on the streets Sundav that a
dcpcratc riot wa in progress In New Or
leans, and tuat twenty-Uve or thirty persons
nau ueen killed, created considerable ex
cltcuicnt. ai A special meeting ol Alexander
Vchapter, No. 127, order ol tho Eastern
Star, will bo held this (Wednesday) eVei.
ing at Musonlo hill. All members are re
quested to attend. Ily order of the W. M.
lu UiU city U being repaired, aud the bul
uess of the 0(11,-0 will lio conducted In the
room lormerly occipled by John M. I.an
dcu, until tho work ol preparation nai been
On Irblay next Mown. Straugh .t llfn
kle of the I'lunter's tobacco warehouse, will
"Her for sale a largo lot of the dnest lobaccn
ever placed upon the breaks In this city.
The sale will communed at the uual hour,
10 o'clock a. in.
Tne mouth of he sewer under the side-
wa'k at the corner of Eighth street Is en
tirely too small, und will not carry oil the
water that falls during a wry or
dinary rain storm A very few hours work
would he sutllclcnt to remedy the matter.
r. M. Ward Is new 1.1. pared to deliver the
best ol sawed and split hl.-kury wood to any
part of the city. Also nil kin i.nf wood and
col alwa; on hand. Leave orders at his
olllce, corn.r .Seventeenth street und Com
mercial avenue. U-25 tf.
A negro woman, a witness in tho caie of
Miami, tried belorc Judge Rros yeder
day afternoon, made her appearance lu
court with her head "done up" in a sliect.or
methliigor that sort. Tne biggest bttsUil
baket In the city would not hold her head.
New stock and new styles ol wallpaper
palnf. oils, window glas, etc., etc , at 11. K.
Meigs' new store, Wathlugtiiu nvcnuii and
Eleventh street. Call aud sec thu latest
stjles lu wall paper before purchasing cUe
I oouis' day for the dog of tills city Is
near at hand. Next Saturday Is the last day
ol grace, arid dog lound running at large
without the proper tax-tag attachhd to their
collar After that date, will bo "inmdercd In
cold blood." Take notice and govern your
OnTu sday, June 3, at St. Mary's park,
a picnic will be given for the benellt of one
ol tl 0 educational Institutions of the city.
A number or ladles have the mall-"-"'
he t)lcnl In
hand, and of the succcm ol thu ailalr we
have no doubt. Ticket will be sold at
tu enty.th e ceutt each.
A subscription paper for the latnlly of the
late Georte Weldon was being circulated
yesterday, and will bo circulated again to
day. The paper Is in the hands ol Sheriff
In in, who will probably call upon tome ol
our prominent citizens to-day lor all Irotn
them. The object is a worthy one, and the
money subscribed will bo put to good use.
On l'oplar street, between Seieiilrenth
and Eighteenth streets, are two mud holjs
that are now in an linpassablo condition lor
loaded wagon. Wo call atteutlon to theie
places because we believe they should be re
paired at oncu. They are, beyond doubt,
the worst places In the city, and put
p oplcln that v ciulty to great Im-omcn-leuce
in being compelled to go round an en
urc block In order to get to their places of
A young man well-known among live busi
ness men, yesterday paid a darklo twenty,
flro cents to take a wheelbarrow and go
round to Dun llurtmau'a after an "ele
phant'" trunk." II irtuiau gave the negro a
barrel filled with broken glass, rags, straw,
etc .which the daklo took back to the levee
man. tin the way back somtbody told tie
d rklo that he win being "made a fool" ol,
and that he should take the barrel to the
man who paid hlra to go alter It, and leave
It with blui. The darkle did so; and now
the young nun has not only the trunk, but a
whole fleptiant on bis hands, aud don't
know what to do with It. j
Every udy complains of the fllUiy cand . '
tlon or the Illinois Central railroad strip In,
the rear 01 the letee btiildlngi. It t. a shame I
ami a disgrace to the city that tne grouad ,
leferred tothuuld be allowed to rematu in
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, MAY
th condition that lt li. Sane citizens
claim tlfat is the duty of the railroad com
pany to sec that tbo endless variety of fllth
that hat accumulated there It re
moved 1 while others arejust as firm In tho
belief that ttioio who placed It there should
r move It. No matter whether it Is the
duty of the company or those who put It
there, the dirt ought to be removed, and the
city authorities should ire to It at ouco that
It It removed. If it Is the duty ol the rail
r ad company, force tbcm to lake It away,
and It It Is the duty of those who put lt
there, make tbera remove It. Either way
wilt suit the people.
illeforc F. ro, 1. M.
Olllcer Wootcu.ot the health department,
Is waking lip. lie djn t propose tu talk
tiy more, but hereafter when he .iyshe
wants a thing done, ho propo-cs to have It'
so. Ho means biiilness from this time
forward. Having cotnc to this conclusion
at about noon yesterday, ho straight way
walked himself off down to Ninth street,
and Invited .Mr. William Ocarlii to go with
htm to sec Jttdgo Ilroi. For year past
Gcatin has kept two or three drays and a
wagon or two out ou the street In front of
his residence, giving that portion of the
thoroughhre much more the appearance of
11 barn yard than a ttreet. His honor a
susscd a tine of three dollars and costs
against Gcario, und warned him not to olc
atruct tho streets auy more. It I needless
to say that thu wagons and drays were forth
One Mary A. Collins was before thejudge
Tor assaulting and strkliif tho proprlclnss or
a Sixth street hoarding house. The case
was dismissed, .Nobody Uncd.
In the afternoon the case or Charles Wil
liams not tho brick-mason Charlie, but an
other darkle accuol of robbing William
SI. Elliott of iO', while stopping at the
Ijoumj of l'arson Anderson, near the town of
Santa IV, on the night of Tuesday l.i-t.
From the evidence brought out on the trl.11
It appears that Elliott had been to Com-
riiercc. 3Io., and when about to start home
he met the negro Williams. Williams told
Elliott that he had been discharged from the
stuatner Grand Tower, and was trying tn
;et back to Cairo. Elliott had three oxen.
and allowed Williams to ride onu m
the steers. They eamo' as far
on the way to Cairo ai the residence of Far-
on Anderson, whore they put up for the
night. Elliott and Williams slept In the
same room-EIMott In tho bed und Williams
on the solt side or the floor. Elliott put his
pants containing the money, Cf, under his
head, Some time during tho night tho dar
kle got up, and with the dexterity of an
experienced sneak thlel removed tho pints
Irom under Elliott' head, stole the money.
and "vamoosed the ranch." In tho morn
ing when Elliott rose, lie found his breeches
In the middle of tho lljor with pockets
turned Inside out. He Inrormed the Inmates
ol the hou-e of tho theft,
and started In nursiilt nt
Williams. Arriving in this city, ho at once
placed a description of the daiky In the
hands of Constable Arnold, who went in
search or the thler. On Saturday he lound
hi man and took him In charge. After
hearing the evidence In the cusc. Jude.1
Uros held Wlblams to ball in the sum ol
500 to appear at the July terra or the
circuit court lor trial. Kalllne to obtain
ball, ho wa turned over to tho tender
mercy ol Dick FUzirerald,
A lew cases of "plain drunk" were tried
belore Illnl, which wound up the lulnc8
ol the day.
Tho placo to buy wall paper 20 per cent,
cbcape' than any other place In Hie city Is
No. Seventh street. Try It II. Ani.K.
SENSATION IN THE
About half-patt 10 last night a allot
wat lirod on l'oplar street, aud a general
stampedo of citizens took place. A gbust
story bat been going the rounds in that
neighborhood during tho pan low weeks,
ud everybody thought that tho buro of I
tho tale wai ut last captured. Everybody
ran out, nnJ in the confusion one chased
the other, the former or head ponon cry.
ing out murder. A negro woman about
two hundred and forty-four pounds nett,
raited her window and thrust her head
out to behold tho scene. Tho window
lloppod, and thu scroatned until the sweat
Uowed prolutuly round. Such was tho
excitement that she wasallowod to "tweat
and grunt undor this weary load, until
tbe aid of tho gentle Foley released her
from a rathor erabarrasting position.
When tbe rocovorod hersolf autllclentl
tho embraced her benefactor, and almost
smothered him with kUtei. Foley said
Ob' Hut it win red hot!
Thu 'Aldiuo' for June shows what the
landtcape paintort of America can do,
when they have a mind to work, in black
and white. They paint pictures which
aro seen lot a tbort time in their studioi,
and then are teen no more, except by their
purchaitrs ; boltig, in fact, as much re.
moved from tho actual world of art! nt if
they did not oxitt. It it ,inerwlsu with
tliom when they arc drawn on wood, uul
seen by tho thousand of rea lors ol tho
country, who constltuto 11 powerful art
coustituonoy, and in a certain jeiifo rpp.
rntent posterity. 31 r. Kruseinau Van
Elton's oil picluros aro well known to
oonnoii-oun of art; his "View Near
Cranby, Conn.,'' in tho Juno 'Aldine,'
mr.kci Mi u'ont known throughout
tbu United States. It it a dcllclou, draw-ing-at
picturesque ut Nature hermit,
when tbo tries to bo-full of light
and life nnd beauty "a tone without
words.'' Mr. It. W. Hubbard't "Di.tant
View of Mount Mnfluld ' is ono of tho
mutt delightful latidcapet wo havoover
teen, h pctusses all Urn characteristics
of hit old paintings, their grace, temlor- 1
noil and tubt!o beauty, and 10 thoroughly
that we havo no with to havo It translated
into color. These two drawing, re the
gemsof the number, at regard, landscape,.
Among tin flgure-pieces to bo noticed and
'otnmet.dud aro "The Signal," ftor Hell
wig, and "The Sitters," a Roman into
nor, titer cooinant Mr. I'dor Moral,
con r buu, two charming animal picture.
'TheUull-Calf.-abarn.y.r,! ttudy. ami
a "Group of Sheep," wbich are better
than any thai Verboeckboyn ever paint,
ed, or ever will paint, for Mr. Moran tins I
caught, what VerUiBckboven generally 1
mlttes the feeling, tbe instinct of tb I
animal world. From Mr. W. .vj, (jNr)
have "A Stampede of Wild
Horiot," which it a ttrlking and most
Tlgurout composition. Then there it ' In
tbe Park," i-The Old Mill" of Koulor, nd
"View In Old Amiterdam," after Her-
mnn, who bat no tuperlor a a marine
architectural painter. The literature of
this number It remarkable for hi excel
lenco. There aro two ttorict of Now Eng
land life, either of which would bo tbe III
orary fosture of the tnuntb In any other
mag.zino. Thoflnt, "Turning tho Wale,"
by Frances Lee, It a ca I ol study of Van
kco diameter aM conversation ; the
tocond, "Younij Martin and old Martin,
by Klizsbeth otoddarJ, It thli and more
for to Miss Loo't general knowlodgo of
Yutikco life sho adds n lingular powr . f
annlyib, wbich imparts to hor ttory t 0
of (merest gnnttlno pas'ton. in
" Ross Ilonbeur and her 1 Iger,"
by Evan Ooderlcb, and "A
Visit to Malamo Thiers,' by Georije
Sand, wo aro plea-nntly Introdu
cud to thou two famoui Kror.cbj
women. -Mr. C. V. Mianly dli
COtirsCt about "J.Ol .uunv, mm tnu
editor irotslps In bit sparkling woy about
the Illustration', and passes till critical
verdict upon muic, art und literature,
Tbe poetry Is at good m over, Mlts Kate
I'utrnan 0300! being represented by ti
pathetic dlrgo,"At tho Last;" Mr. W. AV
llalloy by "The First and Fulroit,'' ono
of his fl'iwor-ftinclos J ihn Sydney by "A
Ohllanl Song ;" Hunty Richards by two
sparkling verset on "June," nnd S. Lang
by "Tho Stampede," a spirited dialect
poom, npropoi to Mr. Ciiry's llimtratiun.
Subscription prico $5, including C'hromo
"Villago Relle and "Crossing tho Moor.'
.1 nines Sutton A' Co., publishers', 08 Maiden
Liino, Now York.
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SALE OF SERVICKAIII.B AND IWSER.
VICEAULi: ORDNANCE STORES.
I IIUHKlU OK OltliNANCK. I
Navy Department, April 20, Is7.1. J
Thcru will lie sold at public miction to the
highest bidder, atl'i 111., on Tutir-day, May
'.fith, ls7;i, at the naval station. Mound City,
Illinois, a quantity ol cannon projectiles and
miscellaneous articles or ordnance. In part
us lollows, i. :
l 20pdr l'.trrntt rlu.
1 111 pilr DuliUrcn lillle.
8 5i) dr Dablgrcn rltllf.
28 .TJ pdr cannon.
41 eiifhl inch cannons.
1 six Inch mortar.
A largo quantlt, about III tons, ol ten
inch, eight, Inch, HJ pdr, SO pdr, 20 pdr, 10
pdr, nnd thirteen Inh mortar projectiles
and miscellaneous ordnancu stores, Incluil
lug a lot of scrap bronze.
Terms: Ten per cent. In government
fum's on the conclusion of (lie sale, and the
remainder within ten days, during which
time the articles mils' be removed Irom the
station, otherwise they will revert to the
It Is to be distinctly understood that no
guarantee will bo given to pur baser ol
articles offered for sale and noted In the
catalogue as regards their exact condition
orqitdlity, tint It Is believed, however, that
every thing offered for sale is as represented.
William N. Jeffers, Chlel or Itureau.
Tho above Is published by order or the
commandant ol station, to whom persons de
siring to become purchasers und wi siting to
inspect the article off. red lor sale should
apply. FiuncisT. (ilt.l.KTr,
Hl.tu td Pa) master U. 3. Navj .
S.M.r. or !... r sTOKHs
Thfre will be sii m public aucilnnto tbe
highest bidder, ut 10 a.m., 011 Thursday
Miy 2!, 137.1, at the naval station. Mound
City, a quantity ol naval equipment Mori".
in part as lollows, viz:
1 1 anchors, K.'iSrf pounds.
7 chain cables.
1 set seales (counter).
I " " (l.illonnj.
W yard- cotton cauwi-i.
.Mid a large quantity of miscellaneous artl
cles. such a-: Wire and lii.iiiilli rope, bo it
uwiiingx, t ow lock-, double und single blocks,
lumps, uiu jh h, eic., eic.
1 crius. tun per cent. In government
luml-on t u-coiiellllon ol the sa c. und the
remainder within ten iluy
time tlie articles mii-I bo removed liom tin;
station. otberwUe they will revert to the
llv order of the commandant ol station.
FltA.NCIi T. (ill.t.KIT,
WS-tf Fayma-ter U. S. Navy.
SAN 1TARY M i:asVr'.S
Slintild bu adopted wltlioiit delay. Clean
tipl Whitewash 1! Paint!!! And when
you do paint, rememtier that the best is the
cheapest. The Averlll Chemical J'aint Is
the best lor any and all u-es to which paint
Is applied. If you de-Ire a beautllul, dur
able, enameled surface, Use tho A. C. P.
For sale in convenient packages In purct
white und all colors, mixed ready fur the
brush, byN. K. AVuy .t Co., general com.
mis-Ion merchants and agent lor tbe Iron
Buggy company, sixth street, between
Commercial und Wiiihltyton avenues.
A tine assortment of Imported glass shade,
both oval and lound, Just received by
Parsons, Davis 3c Co. Also pond 111)
shades, moss and chunlle, alt ut lowest
prices. Our stock ol French, China, tea and
dinner sets is large, and bought bcloru the
late heavy advance. Table und pockit
culleiy,pl.ited spoons, larks, pie, cake und
butter knives, and e-pccially casters in
great variety mid nt bottom il,'tire-. Cull
and examine. ,Vjs. t
As warm weather is approaching the
iovcrn ot Ice cream will be glad to learn that
Messrs. Saup X ClurVson have titled up aud
refurnished, In elegant style, their ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda louiitalu ha
uled been put in nun ing order, and nothing
is wanting ubout the establishment to make
the pleasure ami contort of their .patron
Mrs. Anna L-mgor Klglith street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, bus
lust opened out a "lock of new and fashion-
able millinery goods, Hie. has one bundled
ami tidy dinYrent styleof hat and bonnets,
beside u largo assortment nt ribbons, How-
its and notions ol all sort-, nil ol which vvil
be sold at the lowest prb es.
This popular hotel has been reiltted and
Improved, und is now nnu ol the most n in
lorlable stnppltu places in the ultV. 'I he
travelling public und person desiring
pleasant quarter by the week or month, wll
ulways Hud lliein at the Commercial i.otel.
Rates (d board have been adilcted a. In I.
lows: Day board, I Wiper week; transit,
01 Wiper day; board uil lodging, Irom .',
to i' per week. H
Notice Is hereby glvn that 011 and after
'lune 1, all (logs and )" luumi miming t
'arKe. will be kllb i b. me or under 111) ..
"ectlon. unless the required lax l paid 011
tlie same. I will receive dog tax on anu
alter.May 15 t the city clerk' olll. e.
Mftd Wm. McllALK, City .Marshal,
BY THE MAYOR.
Notice lt hereby given that tho police
forco have been n jtllU'd to arrest any icr
ton upon whoso premises a nuisance In any
ihape may be found without Dnt warning
ucli person to remove the same.
This action li deemed necessary because
of the reported near approach of tho cholera
and other diseases. Jolts Wool). Mayor.
Cairo, May 27, 187.1. f--"
PICNIC AT S t' M It Y'3 PARK,
Tuesd iy. Juno :i, 187.1. (to bo given by
number ol ladles.) the proceeds to be ap
plied for the benefit or one of tb education
al Institutions or the city A string band
wl I be In attendance. Ticket', twcnty.llve
cetitt. No spirituous liquors wilt be all'iwed
upon the grounds. 6-2Sdd
Cairo. Ills.. May 24. 1873.
This Is to ccrtl y that Jacob llr.idl y li h
made bis neknowleilgeincnt to the Second
llaptlst church ol ibis city ol his enor, and
we freely forgive him.
Simon Maiiciiki.. Pastor.
Josrpii IlF.1.1., Clerk.
Notice Is hereby ulvcn that all blank sched
ulcs for assessing personal property must
be returned on or belore the .list day of
May, at the county clerk's office In the court
house, or to me through the post-olllce.
John II. (1osmam, Assessor.
A new hotel has been opened In the larg
lioii'u located on thu corner ol Seventh
street and Washington avenue. It will be
known us Brown' hotel, and proprletored
by Mr. Drown, ivhoo reputation us a hotel
keeper Is well-known In this city. The
house has been thoroughly renovated and
refurnished, nnd is in every way llret-class
'the tables are at all times furnl-lied with
thu best the season afford, and the charj
liberal, being only $1 M per day. Mr,
lirown solicits and de-crves a harc ol the
public patronage. .VI at
Mr. J. M. Mo"kovics, tbo entcrprl-lng
dealer In dry goods, Washington veiiue
between Ninth and Tenth streets, offer Ills
large und varied stock of goods ut co-t
prices. Ills store Is full ol the choicest ot
dry goods ot every vailety and quality, and
the prices at which ho Is disposing ot them
arc astonishingly low. Call upon him and
satlsry yourself. 5-7 tf.
Window screen wire, water-coolers, zero
refrigerators, toilet set', bird cages and a
general slock of tin and Ilritanla ware, also
a cood supply ol tho celebrated Charter
Oak cookln,- stoves at lowe't llgurcs No
lbO, Commercial avenue.
0. W. Hkndkhi-on, Cairo, Illinois.
We aro tbe sole agent for the sale of Mus
son's pure cider vinegar, made on his lann
at Cobdou, Illinois, put up in convenient
sized packages for family use, nnd every
package warranted pure.
4-1.1 tf. Cot'KF.v, Pace A- Co.,
No. 55 Ohio Lcvcc.
Burger has Jut received and opened a
large stock ol damasks, napkins, toweling,
etc., etc., all ot wh cb will bo sold cheaper
than they can be bought anywhere else In
A new and beautiful assortment of grcna-
dine- are now lor sale at llurger's. Call and
Hurgcr has a complete line ol hosiery Of
all k lids, and corsets, collars, cuffs, etc., in
uul mlted variety.
Swiss muslin , tarletons, French and Ham
liurg embroideries at llurger's. Great bar
Hurgcr has jut received a lull line
summer dress goods of every description
which will lie sold cheaper than the cheap
J'ar.isols and a laiire lot of custom made
boots und shoe are sold cheap at Hurgcr',
Moscovlcs is selling oil at cost, 6-2 1 1,
Stiamer Artnadilla, Arkantui river
" Illinois, Columbus
" Lookout nnd tow, Ohio river
" I'aintor No 2 and tow, Mempbli
Js Fiskjr., I'aducab
" Arlington, Cincinnati
" 3IcstengHr and barget, Pittsbur"
" Sntu Drown, Pittsburg 0
" Chat U Cburcb, Cincinnati
" John Means, Ironton
" City or Cheitur, St Louis
Stonmor Arrnadilla, Cincinnati
" 1 1 1 i no l, Columbus
" Lookout and tow, pased down
" Painter No 2, Mines
.las Fisk jr, Paducali
- " Arlington, .Mempbii
" Messenger and barges, Hi Louis
Sam Brown, Ohio river
" Chat B Church, Now Orleans
John Mnnns, St Louis
City orCnoster, Mcmphit
A slight rain Ml jutt belore 12 o'clock,
aside from which tho dav was cool and
Huslnc-s on thu landing yestr-rday was.
littlo bolter than the. day prnviou,
though by no means to sav brik.
Tho Mississippi is still rising at St,
L'juU, thu total rise from Sunday morn
ing to Tuesday nt 11 p. in. was about
eighteen inches, with the river still twell-
lng. All the upper rivers nnd somo tf
thuir tributaries aro rising. Heavy rain
It in tho North country on Sunday and
Monday, and a still larger swull may bu
anticipated. The St. Lom 'Domocrnt
cf yesterday (ays the opinion that tbo
rivur will rite five or tix foot beforo t
wull ceases is guining ground. Tho rains
have been general throighotit the North
Tho Ike Hatnmitt has gone up Wabash
river aRcr a raft of logs.
The Julia al- lift for Vicksburg at
about thu tamo hour and will arrivo bore
t mio timo to-day,
Tlie wrecking biat T. F. Eukort hat just
co nn off thu Mound City ways, and 1 now
rtaly for service
1 ho Grand Tower, Captain G. W. Leu,.
nn, will rntumo hor trlpt between
p os Htid St. Louis to-day.
Tbo Thompiou Dean remains at thu
whsrf in St. Louis. Her timo fur leav
ing there was not known yosturday.
Tho silk banner contosted for by the
r uiimori Natchci?, Leo, Pargotpl, etc., wat
won by tlie Parisol lino of Yazoo boati.
Tb.ofu.ia Silver wat yettorday loading
it St Lou s with railroad iron for tne
Red river, and will leave with diipatcbei.
A largo plciuru hat been painted at
Vicksburg, showing thu Natchez and Leo
icing, and the former far ahead of her
The Paulino Carroll left St. L iult yes
terday atternoon at 8 o'clock, with freight
and paitengort for New Orleans. Sho will
arrivo herosomo time to-day.
ine Mt. Luuli Democrat' ivi It Is
very probabio that Captain! Sbeblo and
Uiiuy have given to Alf. Cutting, of Me.
tropollt, tbe contract to build their Ji.oo.i
ton iloarner to run In the Nhw Orleans
nnd St. Louis trade.
PHIL. 110 AUD,
Illy National Hank nnlldlnt-.
n.sps:tal attention paid to ordsr from rtssro
totts nlKtii or !
.Sr.Tl l OF ILLINOIS 1ST:;.
L'nllorni In stylo and arrangement with
Gro-s' siatuti's ol Illinois, 1 vol , law sheep,
sent to any address on receipt or price,
READY JUNE 1.
The constitution and all the laws or the
23th Generil Assembly. Extensively an
notated witli reference to acts and sections
repealed. Twice rarelttlly compared with
tbe enrolled law, and fully Indexed. 1 be
lieved to be accurate, systematic and con
venient. W.M, C. GROss,
Compiler and Publisher, Sptlngtleld, HI.
TIlRi:K WARMM.S-A slok stomach
an lebiiuf In ad -and considerable general
debility arc tlire warnings which it I mad
ness u disregard. Dangerous dl-ea-es may
be expected lo follow 1 1 1 e 111 If not arrested
without delay. Tone tho relaxed stomach,
calm the excited brain, invigorate the ner
vous sy.tcin, and regulate tlie bowels with
TAB RAX PS SL'LTZKK APERIENT
If voiijwlsb; to escape the evils which the
pretnonlto, y symptom. Indlcat, How many
eon-umlng lever., violent billions attack,
nervous paroxysm, and other terrible ail
ment mii-lit he prevented II this asrectble
anu Incomparable saline tonic and alterative
were always taken In time! sold bv all
druggist. 6-20 eodivv-2w
S A M W I L sS 0 N ,
BOAT ST01429 J-
S." TO 820
Per day. Agents wanted! All classes ol
working people, of eitbir sex, )oungor Id,
make more money at work for lis In their
spare moment-, or all tbe tune, than ut a.iy
tblugelse. l'urii.-ula, tree. A dress
G. stinbon .v. Co., Portland Maine.
SHIRTS TO SPECIAL MEASURE.
ROBERTS &c CO.,
SWUNG I-'IBLD, ILLINOIS,
(Succesiort lo Robcrti A- Finley.
SHIRT TAILORS, HATTERS, AMD GENTLEMEN'S FURN ISHERS.
Shirts made to order In tho mo.t arctic manner of the best fabrics known, and warranted
EXTKA DURABLE AND PERFECT IN FIT.
All measure prr served, and parties dclilng can duplicate their orders at any time.
SATISFACTION GUA HNTEEI) ok
.MONEY CUEEKFULLV REFUNDED.
Blanks and Instructions mr
suiris snipped CO. D. to anv
C HEMIC At
IIYLAND k SAUEU,
AND liKAl.KRS 1M
CHOICE FRESH MEATS.
OF EVERY DE1CRIPTION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial aVeuu
next door to the H) land saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO. 1 L US.
AND LlF.ALEIt IN
FRESH, ME AT,
EtoitTii Stuket, Between WAaiitNOToa
AND COMMKhCIAL AVXNUIS,
Adilnlnc Kl trtthonae ttd llntsny'it
hi-sp in linst or tiff I, Fork, Motion Vsal.
I, lint, Ssii,r, stc, od are prsparsxl lo ssrs
eltiscns In lh moat aof plat,ln mannsr.
(Successor lo James Kynstou,)
JiuTciiKii and Dealer in all Kinds or
I Corner Ninktrnth ank 1'oriait Ht8.,
' Iluy and slaughters only the best eatllc,
hogs ant, sheep, aud Is prepared to till any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten thousand pounds
1 1 1 V St I ( ' I A S H ,
1)11. H. U. TAHEIl,
Will resume the practice ol his profession
with especial reference to the electrica
treatment 01 uiea"c in all the new and un
proved methods ol application.
lu all ca-cs or lemalu complaint a ady
will be lu attendance.
Ofllce, 124 Commercial avenue, up ttalrt.
II. WAKDNElt, M. D.
Office and Residence 111 Commercial avc
nue, lucxt door to the Atheiieum).
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. D.
KF.SIflE.NCE No. :t Ttnrtnih ttrsst, b
twsau Washinifton atsoueaad Walnut ttrsst.
Jrtic t: Oomtiicrvlsl iiidii, up tuirt.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RKIIiENri:-rorDsr.Vlnth and Walnut at.
intro comr ntitr ilrssl and Ohio lata.
jSlrit hour. fron. a.m. to 13 m . and p.m
Dli. G. E. DOUGLAS,
A constant supply ol pure Nitrous Oxlda
(la, for tbe palii't ss extraction of teeth, at
the Dental Room of Dr Douglas, successor
to Dr. A. M. All-tin, Llgbth .trcet. 5-ltl
St All, BOAT.
Tr.s tplscdld stsamsr
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leave Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
1 p.m For freight opas.xge apply on boat or
to J-. MaLUiKV, Ag'L
sell m-asiirctnentrorvvardcd on application,
my part ol tbe Union. ROUERTS A CO.
74 OECIO L0iV12
Retail and I'rcHfnptio
and Eighth street.
Of chamois and rabbit skin
Tor weak lungs.
At HARCLAY BROS,
FOR SORE THROAT,
Prepared and sold
Bv HARCLAY UROJ,
And Disinfectant for Stable
At HARCLAY BROS.
And "Universal S.andanl..
At BARCLAY BR0S,