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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
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mn am TjOTJIS I
MO 0H..KOI OF OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
-T A 1 I
AT LOUIS Cm UlUtAuu.'coricii Washington
gSST"' W" Sr.u.
Bjfasafc sr T0"t
rhM 1 also B,7 flree! male lo
' " ' Ottka-4tllpolaU aorthwetl.
Iltcaat IrrawVat Boon Sleeping Oars
to al.lMgnt Trains.
Fntrr Celttd o all laportent point.
lWslatMM4iilbrn.et.ee, apply to I. C, Rt
4st i i-altsst ko-rd ttia transit twn'
twee islam ana uairo, "'','-
j. JOHNSON, Af t, Cairo.
CHAHGB OK TIME,
rsuteager train on the Illinois Central
Stature time txlay. From and alter '.':10
. m. to-dar train will run a follows :
Kipratt. dally . ..1:15. in.
ikU, iXctpt Sundsy ... .4:00 p. tn.
Kxprttt, dally taccpt Sunday . 2:10 p. m.
ail, " " ,.U':iO ulght.
On d aHtr Sunday, May 'A n excur
sion train win be run each Sunday on the
Cairo and Vlneennes lallroad, between
Cairo ud Mound City, as follows :
iare MM Cltv. Arrive at Cairo.
8 a.m. 8:25 a.m. ,
Uate Cairo. Arrive at M-MCtty.
iTare for the round trip, fifty cents.
Cuamjm 0. Voor Oen'rriekot Ag't.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
UAIBOaSU VINCENNES BAILBOAD
T rM mow leave Cairo and Mound City as
fotwws: . ,
Mate Cairo. Leave Mound City.
J-.t6a.in. ItW a.m.
U nr. l:t&p.m.
6:IBD.m. .0 "
Cuas. O. Wood. Gen'l Ticket Ag't.
vAJHO AND VINCKNNES BAILBOAD
On and after Monday, Keliruan- 3, 18T3,
Talna on the C. and V. railroad will run as
Ex. Md. City
" Mound City,
, "il 3 a. m. 6:10 p. m, le.
, H:10 " 0:40 ' ar.
l:S! p. m.
" Mt. Cannel.. 4.40
.-tl Vioctnnei... 5:40 "
eave Vlneennes... "WO a. m,
HLCanncl.. 6:Xi '
'i Canal 8.65 "
Eldorado.... 11.-00 '
Mound City., t &3 p. m.
AvrrlveC-lro 0:08 "
00 . ni. le.
15 " ar.
Connecung at vincennei wun uie inui
inapolls and Vtncennes,Ohlo and Mississippi,
and KvamvJlie and Crawfordsvllle railroads;
it Mt. Canael with the Louisville aud New
Albany airline ; at CarmI with the St. Louis
aad Southeastern ; at NorrisClty the Spring
field and Illinois Southeastern ; at Eldorado
with the Shawneetown branch or the ft
Louis and Southeastern: at Cairo with the
Mobile aad Ohio railroad transfer boat, ana
Steamers for Memphis, lied Hlver, Vtcks
burg and New Orleans.
Cuas. O. "Wood, Gen'l Ticket Ag't.
jho. Lib, Jk., Sup'u
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. S. Sio. SiB.,OnsB-VBx'B OrriCB, I
Cawo, May W, 1873, 10:11 p.m. f
'fhsnnometer 71 degrees.
Wind, nortbeatt, velocity in mile per
afawtmnm temperature last 24 hours, at
4 p. to., 86 degrees.
Minimum temperature, last 34 hours, at
I a. tn., 64 degree.
Prevailing wind last 24 hours, northeait.
.Total number of miles wind travelled, last
Edwin Garland. Observer.
Dog on which the tax hat not been paid
twejbutone dayjmore to live. -,
We are authorized to announce that
David J. Baker is a candidate for judge ol
theTwenty-tlxth Judicial circuit. Election
on Monday, June 2, le3. td
A house, 6 rooms ami 6 closets, with one
lot and a half, comer of Twenty-tint and
I'opUr streets, en easy terms. For further
tnformatlen, apply on the premises.
Fin white j tingle and double X amber;
tingle and double X Canary, bett quality of
unlUa, blue Utter, etc., etc. 50,000 for
ale, printed at W W to 8 60 per thousand,
at the Uullbtim Omui.
To any and all who desire a fine,
genuine French calf,kld, Morroco or patent
leather pair of boots, gaiters or shoes of any
or all of Ute latest ttylet, William Kblert, on
'rwc-tleta etreet, is ready to furulsb them
at the most reasonable rate, and guarantees
good tock,good flu and perfect satloltctlon.
FINE LAUNDRY WORK.
Mr. Lettie Coleman take this method of
InfomlBg the public that she is now pre
pared to do all kinds of fine laundry work, at
cheap rates. Fluting, crimping, etc., done
at a small advene per dozen on plain clothes.
Faaulles and Individuals will And It to their
advantage to take their clothes to Mrs. Cole,
man. fcetidence on Fourth street, south
14, between Washington and Commercial
tSBOUld be adopted without delay. Clean
upl Whitewash!! Palntltt And when
you do paint, remember that the best It the
eJkMpc. The Averlll Chemical l'aml It
Ike bt lor any aM all uses to which paint
it applied. If you Q,lre beautJlul,dui.
able, matiseled surface, use the a. C. I'.
For (ale la convenient packages in purest
whit and all colon, mixed ready for the
fcruafc, by N. E. Way Co., geueral com.
i awrebanti and agent for the iron
company, Sixth street, between
CWHMrclal and Washington auniitt.
Whitewashing li Hie order of the day now
In this city.
All klndt of linens, laces, edgings, and
trimming oleycry variety at Burger s.
Mowovlc.r Washington" avenue, near
Te nib street, is telling off at cost. .--ir.
n.,..t. .ml latce Int ol custom nude
lioote and shoes are sold cheap at Burger's
T I U. i. Iff
KtiTkeDdill cAme down irom mouuu
yesterday to Cairo, end returned this morn-
jlOWTc.-iiSofl at cost. Mil.
I " , wgl)t , gooJ, t co,t)R0 loMOf
1 . . '. I.
avenue, near Tenth
tlnrecr hss a complete line nf ho-lery o
all kinds, and corselo, collars, cuffs, etc l
Tom Wlnler did not gel the t.Mc ioplnR.
Another fellow underbid him. Conlnnnd
the other fellow.
Burger Is now offering for sale a splendid
assortment of dress silks, Japanese suitings,
etc., etc., at the most reasonable rates.
The Cairo lawyers are carrying things
with a hleh hand at Mound City. They
are making most of the noise In the circuit
SwIm mii.ln', tarcloni, French and Ho in
hunr embroideries at Burirer'n. (treat liar
The mom beautiful percales, Jaconets and
other white dress kooiIk etcr brought to
this market, can be bought for czccedlugly
owpil ccs at llurgcr's.
The circus last night was not patronized
by an large a crowd as tilled the tent ol the
Chicago combination circus, a week or '0
Burger has Just rccclvd llnc of
summer dress goods v( every description,
which will be sold cheaper than the cheap.
Yesterday ,,ot ,mt n,t?bt very
pleasant breeze blow through the trees und
ibe streets and down the river, and felt
A number of our musons feel a strong In.
cllnatlon to accept the Shawncctown 'Mer
cury's' Invitation and visit that town to "cu
the corner stone of the Blvcrslde laid.
A new and beautiful aortment nf grcna
dines are now for sale at Burger's, (.'all and
We received a call to-day from Mr. Kll
Lewis", business manager ot Madame Brink"
crbofTs concert troupe, who Is on his way
to Jackson, Tennessee, to arrange for a
scries of concerts at that place.
Mcllalc captured man yesterday who
tiad become drunk because he liked whis
key, and staggered because he. couldn't
help It. He was lined 3 and costs. He
was a Frenchman by the namo of Sullivan.
New stock and new styles of wall paper
paints, oils, window glass, etc., etc., at II. K.
Meigs' new store, Washington avenue aud
Eleventh street. Call and see the latest
styles In wall paper before purchasing else
where. 4-1 -
Another ghost not lit c)iot--was seen
on Ninth street Thursday night by a promi
nent tobacconist of this city. This ghost
was one of tho regular kind. It was dressed
in ghostly white, and did not walk but
V. M. Ward is nowpioparcd to deliver the
best of sawed and split hickory wood.Ui any
part of the city. Also all kin. Isof wood and
coal nlwar on hand. Leave orders at liU
office, cornsr Seventeenth street and Com
mercial avenue. :!-2. tf.
There Is no police business these days, tr
else our reporter has no eyes, no ears, no
Industry, no nothing, and we think likely
there is too much truth in this fact. It It
our intention by Ibis Item to reflect upon
the police business, and not upon our re
Col. Watkins of Mound City, was at the
decoration yesterday. He is hale and
hearty, and possessed ot as stiff a politic
backbone as ever. He ami we kissed and
made up. Ncllls, here is an example for
you. W ith It before your eyes, can you
longer remain out of our arms;
The 'Sun' it behind the times, slow old
coaeb that It is. It claims that an Inquest
cannot be held upon a murdered man be,
tore death. We should like very much to
have the 'Sun' produce the authority on this
point. If that paper goes on, it will be
presently asserting the ridiculous doctrine
that a pott mortem examination must also
be postponed until after tho life has left the
On Thursday night, at the corner nl Jef
ferton avenue and Soventb street, at about 1
o'clock, screaming washeard, and four shot"
were tired In rapid succession. The parties
then ran a short distance along the sidewalk
hen one or them erica out: "Mop you
sn ot a b h, or I'll shoot you," and tired
another shot. Both the parties then ran lu
the direction of Schoel't hall. We could
not ascertain who the psrfiet to this affray
were, or what was its cause. Who was the
sanguinary shooter, and who was the man
who ran away from the bullets r
Those who attended Johnsou's circus la
night say that it was, considering the clr
cumstances under which the performance
was given, an excellent entertainment. The
performers are good in all their undertake
ingt, and were loudly applauded by the
audience. Tho clown whatever hit name
may be It tip-top, and Ills witty sayings
are enough to keep one laughing all the
time. The conceit alter the circus perform
ance.lt said to have been cry good. There
will be another exhibition to-night, when
all those who contemplate unending may
expect to see a good performance. Owing
to the fact that Mr. Johnson lost a very-
large cunvait by a lire in Louisluua, aud liU
new one Irom New lork net having yet ar
rived, he Is unable to seat his audiences as
comfortably at he could desire, but better
arrangements will lie made to-day, and to
night let him have such an audience h hi
r ntertalumcut deserves.
Cairo, lilt , May W, the 1873, the in
the year of our Lord. This it to certify-
that Elder H. V. Lenard to S. Surloi the
turn of money in the regard of your
helping your tctool children with tbe:r
May party Support tbit. In all whom
it may concern, they will give the turn
of the amount and name. Send of the
Second Mltiionary Baptitt Church, Dt
con A. Robertson and T. Smith, Pastor
lu charge, S. D. Lenard; church between
Lel-ation Fond, I'opUr and Forty. Flril
Sf lllng off At coil t Motcovlcs.
CAMO t)Al!iV J3ULLEl?rN, SATURDAY, MAY 31,
Ow of our city officials has borse
which li, In hli own language, a whistler
He it eniltlve loul, and would be an
gtred by the mention of hit name In thii
onnectlon. We already have the anger
of Nellit.the alderman, upon our hed, and
could not endure tho rage of another city
official in addition to It. But his hnrto li
We are not tuuoh of a judge of speeches.
t - am wn tVAIllft
bat Iko Clem
nnti made the best speech ofthoday at
Mound City yesterday. H was short, but
sweet and lad. We never heard lianc
before, and didn't know ho could spoak a
pleco half as well as ho can. We thought
he wasn't an orator; but he Is. Ho was
born one, or else turned inloonesoon af
ter he cam Into this breathing world.
All of tho aldermen oxcopt Nellis,
voted to give tho printing to ui, and wo
have ascortnlncd what Is tho matter with
them. Thi'T are all as stubborn ai mules
Nollls aint. Ho is the one man of tho jury
against whom the eleven ilubborn wretches
will stand out. And yet ho is not unrra
sonable. Ho it tuch a consclontiout man
Ho it too good for earth. Me ought lo be
transplanted. Go up, like old Klljah in
four-horse chariot oi Are.
Dr. Casey, one of tho jolllwt legislators
of Illinois, was president of tho day at
Mound City yetterday, and his Introduct
ory remarks were A No. I. He introduc
ed Rev. Mr. Thayer impressively, and
Hon. Isaac Clements with as much neat
ness as dispatch. Kuykcndall he called
the old " bee hunter of Egypt," and then
chuckled at the happy hit. Whllo Catoy
endures Mound City will endure, and
when he passes in his check that little
burg will curl up and quit sure.
The ghoit hat boon walking ngsin. On
Thursday night the r&tcal made his ap-
pcaranco on Walnut street dretted in
white drawers and a tlroman' hat, and
last night wai a black man. Hie grocery
koopers complain that tho g brat's appear
ance has Injured their business that they
now sell no goods after 8 o'clock. All tho
women, children and a number of tho men
of tho Fourth and Filth wards, aro kept
in mortal torror by this pocullar And con
stantly appearing apparition. Mr. Mc
Hale, pieato induco one of your policainoii
to shoot tho rascal, and mako him a roal
Tub picnicing teuion it at bund. Tho
Grit will bo given by the OJd Fellows in
a few days. They propose to ongago the
steamer Eckert,and with brass and string
bands, go down tho river or tip and
havo a pleasant time; but, with an exclu
tivenett not characteristic of such a liberal
order making for ilsolf for this purpose u
kind of close corporation tho membori
superintending the movemont havo con
cluded to confine tho picnic to tho broth
ers and their especially invited friends. It
therefore becomes the dutv ot any person
not au Odd Fellow, but who wltbut to
have n pleasant day on the rWor and in
lliu woods, to begin to vUctiunear with
brothers for invitations.
Wo hare boon told by a man who
knows, that there are one hundred thou.
laodjcows wned in Cairo. Each of these
oows, after broakfait and milking in the
morning, goes out of the city and gets
upon the trnck of tho Vlnconnct road be-
ween Cairo.and Mound City. Tho con
equence it, tho trains of that road are
compelled to crowd through cow from the
levee to Ooose pond. Tho engineers are
becoming tkillful at the business, They
have become to expert they
can run a train butweon
a cow and never hurt her. Yesterday the
engineer, who drew tho excursion train to
Mound City, accomplished thu feat jutt
beyond the round houte. He ran between
a brindla cow before she knew tho train
wai near, and Uft her standing on each
side of the track wrapped in deep medita
tion, as if attempting to get through her
head how the thing was done. At last she
came together again, and when last teen
wai looking after tho train in tllent Amaze,
JURY YET TWO DA tB AND
ONLY SEVEN JURORS.
Tho Harrison murder trial now under
way in tho rulaikl county circuit court
continues to draw itt "slow length Along"
with all tho ilowncti poinble. Tho cm e
hat now beon before the court tince
Wednesday tbree days, and nt the ad
journmont of the court last evening only
teven Jurort had been choten. At tho
rato which jurort have been choten to far,
it will be Monday noon boforo the full
twelve have been tolected.
Attorneys on both udoa oxnrclie groat
caution in examining Jurort, and it it only-
after tho carefulleit deliberation that
they are accepted,
It It not probablo evidence in tho rate
will bo heard before Monday,
I M I'TTrTANT NOTK'lv.
THU BOARD OF HEALTH LOOKING
A r rr.lt THE SANITARY CONDI
TION OF THE CITY.
ORDERS IN REFERENCE TO THE
POSITION OF OAKOAKSK-i
1. It Is hereby ordered, that when any
horse, mule, cow or hog shall die within the
limits of the city of Cairo, It shall hu the
duty or tho owiijjr or keeper of tuch unliuul'
to have its body removed forthwith u mile
beyond tho city limits, and burled In a hole
of sufllciriit depth, or disposed of for some
uselul purKse, or cast Into the river Into
deep watur, one-half u mile hcion the city
2. That no pet son shall, In part or wholly
till up uny lot or pared of ground within
the city limits, with street scraping,, mi.
nure, offal, or any foiil nr feculent nutter.
9. That all persous keeping slaughter
houses, stables or dairies, or other places in
which animals are kept, for either pleasure
or protit, or for any purpose whatvu-r. slull
keep the tame clean and vsholesouiu i,y ulu
removal of all manure and other on"ciike
waller at least ancc a week,
By order of the board ol health ol the
l Cairo, May 29, WJ. 3
oUO-Ot, Jdii.n' Wood, ciuiriuin
DECORATION OF GRAVES IN THE
NATIONAL OEMETKItv AT
THREE TO FIVE THOUSAND I EO-
l'LE ON THE GROUND.
SPEECHES nY DR. CASEY, REV,
II. B. THAYER, HON. IHAAU
CLEMENTS, A.J. KCYKEN
DALL, AND J. F. MC
CARTNEY. "Til K B I.U E AND THE ORA Y.'
THE BLL'E AND THE GRAY.
By the Mow of the Inland river,
Whence the fleets of Iron have fled.
Where the blades of the grave grass ipi'vcr,
Aticcp arc me ranks oi uic ucau :
I'ndcr I lie sod and the dew,
Waiting the Judgment day
Under tho one, the BIiir
Under the other, tho Ory.
These In tin robing of glory,
Those in the gloom of defeat,
All with the Ivtitle.blood gory.
In the dii-Kol eternity meet:
Under the ed and the dew,
Waiting the Judgment day
Under the laurel, the Blue ;
Under the willow, the Gray.
From the sllonoe ol sorrowful hotli s
The desolate mourners go,
Lovingly laifrn with flowers,
Alike lor me menu unci tnc ioc :
t'nilcr the sod and the (low.
Waiting tho Judgement dav
Under tho roes, the llluc ;
Under the lilies, thu Gray.
So with an cipial splendor,
The morning siiu-rays lull,
With a taucli impartially tender,
On the blossoms blooming for all :
unucr mo sou unit me new,
Wnlllntr llirt luiltmimit .Int.
Walling thi judgment dav-
Broldcringwltii gold, tho Blue;
iroiucring wun goiu, tno llluc;
Mellowing with gold, the Gray.
So when the summer calleth,
uii luresi ami uem or grain
With an eipu.il murmur fullclli
The cooling drip of the rain -Under
the sod and the dew,
Waiting tho Judgment day
Wet with the rain, tho Ulue ;
Wet with the rain, the Gray
Sadly, but not with tipbraldlnir.
The generous deed was done :
In the storm of the years Unit are lading,
No braver battle was won ;
Under the sod and the dew,
Waiting tht-Juilgment day
Under the btosixiiim, thu lllne ;
Under the garlands, the Grnv.
PKUOItATIOM DA Y.
Yetterday wai Decoration day, and at
tuch wat observed by thoutaiidt of people
in Southern Illinois and adjoinlng-statet,
who Hsicmbled at the different cemeteries
whoro tho remains of any considerable
number of toldlert hava been buried.
They camo together in accordance with
tho long established cuttom to strow (low
ers upon the graves of those brave men
who in tbo lato civil war gave up their
livet in defence of their country.
AT MOtl.SII ciTr.
Tho dccroatlon of the gravot in the
National cemetery at Mound City wat
probably tho most imposing of an v sim
ilar torvice performde in thlt portion of
tbe.country. Not lets than
TIIHCK THOUSA.S1I l-KUI-I.K
N f prntAiit. Thoy camu from far and
near and from every direction, by rail
and by rlvor, in wagons and in carriagei,
j . . .
ana hoi a row camu on root; ana every
one who could brought with thorn a
batket of flowers to be uted in
DECORATING TUB ORAVIH.
At about twelvo o'clock the great crowd
entered the cemetery, and the work of
strewing flowort, of which tbero wat an
abundance, was commenced. Though
tnere wat nothing in the programmoo sug
gesting in what manner the decorating
oi tuegravei tnouiu oe uone ovory one
being premitted to dispose of their
llowen whon, where and in tuch
uiki.uui wiov uosireu. noi &
grave wat rallied, each and evorv
one rocelving a fair ahare offthe beautiful
lower so plentifully supplied for tho oc
casion. We say "not a grave was mined.'
No, not one I Not even the graves of the
few confederate soldiers, who are
buried there were missed. Their
graves too received an equal
snaro oi sue norai onerings, and we
bollevo there was not a federal soldier
present who did not applaud the action of
thoie who placed their flowort on the
graves of those dead mon, even if they
were once our onermes.
After tho torvlce of ttrewing Howerj
w,s over, tbo crowd repaired to
tuk steakib's stamp.
Which was erected in the grove opposite
About i o'clock, on motion of Hon, Geo.
HO.N. N. It. CA6BT,
Wat choten chairman or tho meeting
Tbo Doctor ctme forward and said:
He was pleased to be called to preside
uTor iu iiro mcuug on tucn an occa
tion. It hat boen laid tho d.d am far.
gotten, but this large concourte of people,
gathered together to do honor to the pa
triotic deid, proves tho contrary. It
would be pleatanl to ut to reflect
that, wbon laid In our graves, our
frlendt would gather annually t lay upon
them tho green twin end the bloornini
rc-e, at emblomatio of the reibneis of
our memory in their hearts. May
llie Join oi oiay, men, never m pasteu by
in forietfulnss: may wo annually eather
at the Mound City National cemetery to
decorate with Uower ana evorgreont tbo
graves of our dead soldiort. liut not
withing to detain the pooplo longer, ho
suggested tho nomination ot vice pres
idents and secretaries.
Dr. Casey's remarks were received with
applaute; and when quiet wat restored
the following gentlemen were chooicn to
Judge A. M. Brown, Villa Ridge . Adam
Maton, America, l'ulaskl county It.
FraganzA, Mound City; Captain A. U
Austin, Mound City; E. Depew, Villa
Ridge; Capt D. Hurd, Cairo; Col. J H.
Wood, Cairo, and Edward Shillin, Muund
F. M. Carton, U. F. Totter and l)f W. II.
Hathaway were cboton secretaries,
Rev. H. B. Thayer, pattor of the Flrtt
I'reibylurien churcboftblt city was then
called upon and responded t follow, :
One year ago to-day, on this ,put, a
stranger to all, he delivered a prepared
address. He bad bad no execution of
addressing the people gathered here now,
and was about to rtturn home, whu tie
president called upon metoopvu tin iervl
est wllh a few remaiki, nhich would,
under the clrcumttancer. be dltconnected
It I often asserted that corporation!
are ungrateful. This may be true, but at
a rovernntent, our people are not ungrate
tnl. The exhibition mado to-day provt
bevond dnnKt ih.i n sDoreciate and ex-
ercite true gratitude of heart. Time, the
great healer, hat come round, but ttill we
astemble on tho 30lh of May, to pay
office ot respect, of luv and of rev
erence to thote who fell lighting
the battlei of our country. How
ever gay we may fool when we patt be
neath the arch of flowers, woven by fr'j
nandi, Into the nulet city of the dee'.
the long llneof head-tton" ' "
the story of privation and de"ni rec',nB
of tolemnliv n.,. tie heart, lots
w no political oocatl"b nut a grand na.
Uona! remombrnce of the sol
diers who died in the tetvlce
of their country. Ho bad
never brwt more affected than by the cer
emoaia a vear eo tho band playing a
dirge tbo oravers for tho blossincs of
God on our country and people the poo-
pie strewing nowers on the graves oi our
aeaa toiaiers and heroes bad all dcopiv
impressed him and ha was a-lad to be per
mitted to seo and take Dart onco more in
the ceremonlet. He would repeat that
if corporations aro ungrateful
our nation and our peopie
are not. All over the country people are
engaged to-day a we aro. At the presi
dent of tbe meeting baa tald, tne day
mutt not be allowed to link into lorgoliui
nen. The vouna men and women pret
enl must perpetuate thete ceremonlet.
Ho would lay at he had tald a year ego,
that as victors we can afford to be gener
ous, and ha wat glad to see and to know
that the graves or the rew courvtieiaU
dead who reposed In this ipl
were not passed by, but thaiel
tbe floral tributes laid upon
the graves of our own dead heroes. This
was noble and eenerout. He hoped God
would bless this nation. Let us bo loyal
and honor forever the graves of those who
laid down their lives to psrpotuate thn
greatness and glory or tne country,
The remarks of the reverend gentleman
were Iwudly applauded by the atiomblod
Hon, Isaac Clements, our member ot
congress, was then called upon, and on
taking the ttaud responded as followt
Ho wat rejoiced to teo to large a num
her present. Like Mr. Thayer, he hai no
idea of talking bad only coma to meet
with lnend! cud attitt In the uecoraiion
eeremonies. To-dav, all over the
country, people are ealhered to-
nether fur a like purpose wun
ourselves. Where granite rises In ttately
pilet in simple village churchyards In
lonely bamlett, are men and women con
zreitalod for the patriotic purpose, and to
day the nation it bright with a raiubow of
nowert where gentle nuet biooin lor our
cberiihed dead. Ho was glad that il is so,
and as a soldier ot his country, be could
afford to be eenerout on this oc
casion. Ho wat clad to know
that the United State had gathered thu
bones or soldiers known to bo confederate
dead and Dlaced them tide by tide
with those of our inldieri who fell fighting
the battles of the Union.
But why do we meet on here annually
on thu 30th of Mav to lav our floral offer
ings on tbe resting places oi our aeaa
soldiers'' We can do nothing for thm
now, they are beyond our reach to benefit.
" On Fame's eternal camping ground
Their silent tent, arc spread."
What lesson du we learn what bone
Dts de we derive from these beautilul
curumonlesV We see groat cumbers
crowding to take part In them tbe young
thu uiMiiin tend tbe old all actuated bv
lovo of our country and reverence ot tno
heroes who died fur her. In this lore and
tbit reverence lie tbo perpetuity ol our
government, in tne olden lime, ine
people, dreaming of an ideal government,
ceased to be watchful, to be vigilant, and
lost their liber lie through their own fault.
Let us see to it that we do not thus per
mit ourtelves to be led astray. If we are
truo to ourielvet, success will crown our
experiment, and all nations pay tribute to
us. Thanking the audience for their
kind attention, he would give way to otb
Major Kujkendall was then introduced
and was followed by captain McCarty, bi t
owing to tbe fact that tbe Major spoke in
low tone and the Captain spoke very rap
idly, our reporter could not, being in a
crowd of people noisy tnd restless, catch
the words of the speakers. The commit
tee had failed to provide for our, or any
other reporter, any place where notes
could bo taken. There wai no table and
no chain. We had to do tb bett we
THANKS TO CAIKT.
At the conclusion of Capt. McCarty
remark! Mr. Mertz advanced to the front
of the platfornvand laid vory truthfully,
too that they were indebted to Dr. Ca
toy for tbe pastage, through tho genial
aisombly, of tho act appropriate
ing $25,000 to build a monu
mont in the cemetery, and moved a vote
of tbankt. The quottion being put was
carried unanimously by a loud and hearty
" Aye. '
UABXT AFTER UORK.
Mr. Casoy returned thanks In spile of
the etl'orts of the Cairo brass band, which,
knowing that it makes good music, would
play, and kept tooting away at some dlt
tance from the (land all tbe time tbe Doc
tor wat talklnir. But ha returned tbankt
very handsomely, and tald be wat not tat
isflod with tht appropriation. Ho wanted
more. Ho wanted the general govern
raent to alto appropriate a turn of money to
the propoted monument, and he therefore
moved that the Meeting requett lion, liaao
Clements to uie hit bett endeavor to ob
tain tuch an appropriation. The quetllen
wat carried unanimously.
Then the meeting broke up, and eM
ail very tired moved off', on horseback
some, lu bugglet some, in wagons some,
ami a big crowd on loot, towards Mound
In four coaches, all crowded, got home
about tlx o'clock.
HY THE MAYOR.
Notice Is hereby given that the police
force have been notified to arrest any per
son upon whose premises a nuisance In eny
shape may he found without Urst warning
such person to remove the me.
This action I deemod ncccttary because
of the reported near approach of the cholera
and other d sease. Jon w uoi.,
( Aiito.May 27, 1873.
ICE CREAM SALOON,
i. A.tiir Is approaching the
lovers oi Ice cream will be glad 'learn that
Messrs. Saup ClarktoB "J "m
refurnlthed in elegMt """
parlors. Their mammoth oda (ounUln h.
alto been put in running f
Uie pleasure and cuiuleri or wf uu'
TRESPASSERS 1 1 NUM ANCES '
All persons having buildings, fence! nr
lumber upon the strip of land known as the
Illinois Ceriral railroad's 100 feet strip, situ
ated between Ohio levee and Commercial
ave"ie, Cairo, Illinois, as alto all persons
rfho have thrown or placed, or caused to be
thrown or placed upon tald (trip of land,
any rubbish, tin can, oyster shells, slops,
manure, garbage or other material what-
ever, are hereby notified to remove
same forthwith and within ten days from
this date, and to forever hereafter desltt
from inch like tretpasset and nuisances up
on said land or thov and each of them will
be prosecuted to the full enlent of the law.
Tub Illinois Ceniiial u. it. Co.
By Green A Gilbert Its Att'yt.
Cairo, Ills, May 29, 187a. 6-at-Tl
.11! It I
Ii.t e, CtN. H, It. Co.,
Au'r.'aOrricB, Cairo, Juno t, 1873,
A rare opportunity Is afforded our citizens
for an excursion to Chicago at hair lore, to
see how marvelotisly the city has risen from
Its ushes, and attend me uiimore jiiimicc,
which occurs on Thursday, June J, Two
magnificent concerts, alternoonand evening,
In the irreat denot ol the Lake Shore and
Michigan Southern and Chicago, Bosk ii-
and and l'aclllc railroads, which will accom
modate 40,000 people.
Responding to a movement ot the citizens
or Chicago, tbe Illinois c'uirl Kallroail
company have placed tbe rare from Cairo,
Including a ticket to the concert, at fix
round trip. Tickets will bo tor sale on
June 4, good foi mldulgbl trains or morning
trains ol June ft only, and will be good for a
return on any train leaving Chicago on or
before .Sunday, June 8, affording ample
time to see the Wondert of New Chicago,
and chare In the Jubilee programme.
Jamb Joiirhon, Agent.
Sun copy. S-yi-tt
I will sell a large assortment ot tine parlor,
bedroom und kitchen .furniture, on Satur
day, Slay 21, at hair-past nine o'clock, at my
old sales room, 105 Commercial avenue.
Also a large assortment ol chromos, and
linen goods consisting ot marsalllea, linen
duck and drlllim: patterns of the stock of
F. A. Roe.
I Invite the attendance of ladles, as I have
made special arrangements lor their com
fort: evervthlni: to be sold Inside. I wlllaell
on the outside before sale, 70 bbl. seed po
tatoe, and 100 bates of hay.
MO 21 D. II aktman, Auctioneer.
MADAME CLARA BKINKKERHOFF
I, a lyric artiste whose career has been a
brilliant on. She displayed a phenomenal
voice or extraordinary compass and which
Is capable of any modulation. She thrilled
the audience with her openlug xing, "Ah
Farse Lul," giving it perfect reeling, ad
mirable facility and everyi variety ol read
ing (rem the pathetic to tbe Jubilant ex
piesshe or the interchanging thought or the
subject. In person she has a queenly pres
ence, suiir and faclnatlng ease wh'lo singing.
-riloboken. N. Y., leader. Ml-ll
A nue assortment of Imported glass shades,
both otal and round, Just received by
Paron, Davis Co. Also pond Illy
shades, most and churille, all at lowest
prices. Our stock ul Krcut.l, Cklu, ta and
dinner sets is large, and bought before tne
Ut 1ivj- Jvmhm, Tbl i,(S nlkel
cutlery,plated spoons, forks, pie, cake and
butter knives, and especially casters In
great variety and t bottom figures. Call
aud examine. 5-24-31
CAIRO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS RAIL-
An accomodation train will run on Mon
day and Tuesday, June I and 3, between
Grecnllild't landing and Charleston, a fol
lows: Leave Greenfield's landing at 10:30
a.m., on Monday, and, returning, arrive at
Greenfield's landing at 7 o'clock p.m. on
Monday, and at 10:30 a.m. on Tuetday.
Fare lor round trip, seventy-tire cents.
Ferry and backs will run in connection
wllh trains to and from Cairo. 5-01-3t
This popular hotel has been refitted and
mproved, and Is now one of the most com
(Srtable stopping 'places iu the city. Tbe
travelling public and persons desiring
pleasant quarters by the week or month, will
always find them at tbe Commercial hotel.
Rates of board have been rcducted as fol
lows: Day board, 94 'M Per week; transit,
$1 .V) per day; board and lodging, from 93
to 97 per week. tf
Given to widow Weldon and orphans, by
J. T. Johnson's Garden Bute circus and
performing animals. Hhow on Friday and
Saturday night, May 30 and 31. Doors open
at 7 o'clock. Tickets for sale at tht hook
stores and on the grouuds at the tent.
Mrs. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, ha
just opened out a stock or now and fashion.
able millinery goods. She has one hundred
and fifty different stylesof hats and bonnets,
beside a large assortment oi ribbons, Bon.
era and uotious ol all sorts, all of which wll
lis wilit at the lowest prices.
DOGS I DOGS!
Notice Is hereby given that on and after
June 1, all dogs and sluts found running at
large, will be killed by me or under my di
rection, unless the required tax la paid on
the same. I will reaelve dog tax on aud
after May 18 at tbe city clerk's offic.
5-lStd Wm. Mi-Hams, City Marshal,
PICNIC AT ST. MARY'S PARK,
iuesuay, wuue o, iou, io ue given UT u
number ot ladles,) the proceed to he to
plied for the benefit of one of tht edacttlou
a! institution of the city. A strlnir band
will be in attendance. Tickets, twentv-sive
cent. No spirituous liquors will be allowed
upon the srounds. s.w.,.1
Notice Is hereby givn that all blank sched-
uies for assessing personal property must
ue reiurneu on or colore the 31st day or
May, at 111 county clerk' office In the court-
house, or lu me through the pott-office.
John II. Gomman, Assessor.
llie twinge oil lol. block 40. situated an
Tenth sIiuhL Th hnn s.y i.... i
In good repair, and will he let to a good
- - mw una u i k . ' , i
leiiani. .x) water ou the premises. Rnt.
am in . .i ... . '
...... ,7 .
" j'cr iuouiii. Kiiquire or c. Lamb
PAINTING AND REPAlltlNO.
carriages or an description repaired and
psinteu at lowest postlble price by
A. T. RcttBU., 137 Commercial avenue.
Tbt placeTo buy wsTlO p.r e.t. I
ch tptr than ur otb.r pUet la taa tllf f
No. 9. 8VBU strt 'rrw tt u i-WJI. I
A Mt hotl has beta opened (a tits tag
bouN located on the corner ol Beveiitoi
street and Washington avenue. II vna U
known a Brown' hotel, and proprltoiil
by Mr. Brown, whoe reputation aaabottW
keeper Is well-known lo this city, lit
house hat been thoroughly renovated uX
refurnished, and Is In every way tJriVclst.
The tables are at all timet' furnished with
the bett the season affords, and the caargef
liberal, being only f I W per day. Mr.
Brown solicit and deserves a share or tae
public patronage. W4tf ,
Mr. J. M. Moskovict, tbe enterprit of
dealer In dry goods, Washington veaurf
between Ninth and Tenth ttreeU, offer 'let
large and varied dock ofgotdt) at eot
prices. Ills store It Aill of the cholcett H
dry goods of every variety and quality, a Ml
the prices at which be 1 dletiilf at tv a
are astonishingly taw. Coll upb Mat aitd
satisfy yourself. 7U.
Window screen wire, water-coolers, t. rt)
refrigerator, toilet eeta, bird cage anil
general ttock of tin aad Brit-ai ware, i tea
a irood supply or the celebrated Charter
Oak cooking stoves at lowest figure No
100, Commercial avenue.
O. W. IIbkoksmok, Cairo, IltiaoK
We are the sole agent for the tale of ltta
son's pure cldtr vinegar, atada on hi tuna
at Cohdon, Illinois, put up he eoavtaittU
sized packages for family uat, aad tvtff
package warranted pure.
4-Utf. CorrBY, ratm Co.,
Ne.ao Ohio Lev,
Notice Is hereby Hvn that sealed nra.
nosalswill be received at mv ofle. at tka
court-house In the city ot Cairo, far lower
ing me icnce arouau me coun-noute 00
that the present base board ol tald fcaeo
will be even with the sidewalk, and to sup
ply all misusing picket, furnish Ball Mt
uall them on and all other timber BtcttsVf
to putting said Itnct In good condltletj.
The manner or lowering said fence I V) be
by cutting the present poita off at taej
ground tnd drawing out that portion t Mm
post remaining in the ground, Md tktat
lower tbe post Into the ground at tht farm
place. Said lence mutt ne tiraigm Md or
a uniform height. Alto to lower the il
walk next to tbt renet ltvel wits tat rtgio
lar sidewalk. The hlda for doing, tal4 worst
will be opened at 10 o'clock a.m., nt Tbort
day next, and tht contract awarded by save
county court thould cither ot Ut hldt
The court reserves the rlibt to relect MB
antl all bids. Jacob U. Ltnci,
Cairo, May M, 1871.
Sealed troposats will be received at thf
city clerk's offlc until 4 o'clock
, ., 187,
Thursday, the 12th day ol Jun, A.
for furnishing tbe materials or dolac ttM
nerii, or ooui, lor me construction oi su
following described sidewalks or elta.tr of
On the southwardly side ot Seventh airejf
from tbe westerly line or tbe sidewalk now
existing on tbe westerly side or Waahlngtot)
avenue, to me eatxtny line or ine uaewau;
now exlstlniron the easterly tide of Walnut
ttreet, and on the northwardly side of tabs
stvtnth ttreet, from ine westerly line oi tat
sidewalk now existing on the westerly side)
of Washington avenue, to a point OM
hundred feet eastwardly from lb easterly
line of the sidewalk now existing en tat)
eastwardly side or Walnut street.
Said proposal shall be directed to lltt
city countll, and will be opened at a meet
ing or the council tt the time above naiMiL
All proposals shall be made In accorditBM
with the provisions, requirement' and
ipeisrncatiuot urviuiMM So, it. appruvta
April 1!. A. D., 1871, wbiuh otdlnan, la
new on file lu my office, subject te exuikM
Hon at any time.
Tbe city rounell reserves tbe right 14 It
Ject any or all bids. M.J.Mowur,
Cairo, 111., May 30, 1873. 6-I1-1K
Seald proposals will be received at Ut
city clerk? office until 4 o'clock p.ta of
Thursday, tbe 12th day or June, A. I Y7t,
for furnishing the materials, or debit tb
work, or both, for the construction of Uit
following described sidewalks, or tlthur
them, viz : On tbe northerly tic tt 1Mb
(Fifteenth) street, from tbe ildiwalk Dttt
existing on the westerly side ot Waihicgtott
avenue to the sidewalk now existing an tkt
easterly side or Walnut street, and on tkt
northerly aid ol 18th (Eighteenth) street,
from a line drawn parallel to the westerly
tide or Walnut street, and 10 (ten) feet ea&
erly from It to the easterly line of t'tdat
Sealed proposals will alto bt received M
above, for lurtilsblng the mat rials, or iseuag
tbe work, or both, for the raconatruetioB ot
renewal ot tbe loUowheg dewribtd Hda
walk, or any on or mere of tktaa, via:
On the eaaterl) side of Walnut ttreet. from
Fourth street to TwtatleU etreet ; on taa
westerly side of Walnut street from Fourth
ttreet to a point IHf feet -a-rta of Set Mi
street, and from Tenth ttreet to IlltetMU
street ; on the north atdt of Fourth, itntL
from' Washington avrsut ti
Walnnt ttreet; on beta !
of Filth street from Wtthingtoa tveaue to
Walnut ttreet; on the north aid of Twelfth
street from Walnut street to a Mint lib fetl
eastwardly from Cedar street t on the sobab
erly side oi Twenty-seventh atrttt, ana am
same side or Twenty-eighths etreet trtfla
Commercial avenue to Poplar street tot la
south side of Fifteenth etreet front WatruH
to Cedar streets, and on tbe west ilo H
Washington avenue from Twinty-MviMto
street to West Twenty-eighth street.
Said proposals shall be directed to taa jftp
council, and will be opened at a BMtMua 4
the council at the time above Bamaf,
All proposals sha! be made n aoewlatM.
with the provisions, requlment tnd sBteb
flcatlons of ordlnanca No. 01, arortrtd
April 1, A. D. 1873, which ordlntacals aty?
on lile In my office, subject to exaUiaitja
utany tlmt. '
Tbe cltv con Bel I rsisms th HW j,
jecj wr ur an oius. JS. J, tlOWUtT.
, . , , , , , T ' - V V -
May go, 1973. rfty Cleft,
MORTGAGE') Sail. ' "
whereas by certaia atrtgagt dttd. eot
monly called "tele mortgage?' kariV UZ
the Bth day of January," JeTyR?
corded In book F" oh peg . fi thu re
corder's ofBca of Alxadr Cotutty, ttattaf
Illinois, on the day m4 eat afeatatfd, Ai.
bert Wright did convtr to the udeitJotttt)
tbe following described real asUU. a4tut.A
In tht county of Alexander aad ttattaf
illlnoU.vIx: The watt half af la aorta.
east quarter of taction four (4), township
seventeen (17). south ream two (I). wat
the third principal Meridian, upoa tali .
nress condition, aowtvtr. that locate tkrta
certain promissory notes far the Mat of twr
hundred dollar aoh. niitit kv u il
bert Wright to taa uadtrtlotd, Md Uao
Ing even date with tald tela atttlgegB, dua
SSL "W. . and
thrtt rear after date with later! at tha
rate of ten iter cent, ner annum Bum btv
respective date until paid, BMOld taty. ao
be paid according tt tht tenor Md tftot
thereof, and should default be md hi tfc-
paymentot tltbar of tald not when da,
then tbe re a? ailing note theukl at oaoa
become dua Md ptrabl. Md taa unJu
signed might proceed and sell taa tela reel
estate a by aaMaartgaga dttd prvviutd.
and execute to the purchaser or purchiMsj
tbertof, dtdforjSt coaTtyMoa liuiS
tb prTMold,-Md, -" M
wU,.., dsfoult hart.. s
I .k. nmnt of tie first aVJTs
Whtrtts-, usiiohi I BtTliff MV BMda In
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cuius u K'i
TOtrei " " oertDTllrtB. that f
a.i; istHM' j jStsssssni.v i
vlrtut or S7, ana coBditttai of sola
day ol Junt, . w. W7, at tat eoBrfcaor
door in J"", ?"f " vtiro, 1111 sola, at thi
auiu w uifrntjii MAAm. m. r-.-vtw
asa To 8&msri!sp& ftr. dt.
S, "id tmt mJ". !Sf
IWlvW't., Ms; to, mr gSSSSm.