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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IM SUM ill MiHa Roi
Sight KltM. tee fkortest Boat
HO OHA.NQK OF OARS
rtnu citRO to
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO. I
ON1.V OH CHANG ur wra
-W HIIRO TO
gJJSSS ttttsbors;. WMhlruttoB.
StJUBort, lilldlphl, Nw To'k.
'Boston ad All pom"
Bt. Paul and all points north.
f hit Is
also lh only direct rout, to
Rock Island, I (Mil.
nnhasnt. Bl.UI UIIT.
Elegant Drtwlnc Boom Sleeping Ca'
On all Wight Train.
af gajr Ohekd to all Important points.
Pot ttekat and information, apply to 1, 0, R.R
depot at alro; on board toe transit steamer be.
lvM Oolumbus and Oalro, and at the prlnclpa
railroad ticket oBcee throof hout the sooth.
W. P. JOHNSON, o'lPass. Ar'I, Ohleaio.
A. asirca-sii, Uen'l. Bap i. cnieago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
CJIANOB OF T1MK.
Passenirer trains on tho Illinois Central
chance time txlay. From and niter 2:10
b. m7to-dy trains will run ns follows :
JCxpreas, dally ,,..3:lfa. in.
Mall, except Suuday ... .4:00 p. m.
Express, dally except Sunday.. 2:10 p.m.
Mall, " ' " ..12:00 night.
On and after Sunday, May 25, an cxciir
slon train will be run each Sunday on the
Cairo and Vincennes railroad, between
Cairo and Mound City, as follows :
LeaTe Md City. Arrive at Cairo.
8 a.m. 8:2 a.m.
:30p.ra. 45 p.m.
LeaTe Cairo. Arrive at MM City.
9 a.m. 0:30 a.m.
Fare for the round trip, fifty cent.
Cuakucs 0. Wood, Gen'lTlcket Ag't.
CAIRO AND VINCENNES IlAtLROAD
Trains now leave Cairo and Mound City as
Leave Cairo. Leave MoMd City.
":15 a.m. 7:lta.m.
6.15 p.m. 6:40 "
Chab. O. Wood, Gen'l Ticket Ag't.
AIRO AND VLNOENNES RAILROAD ,
On and after Monday, February 3, 1873,
rains on the C. and V. railroad will run as
&.15 p. m. le.
h:40 ' ar.
5 a. m.
" Mound City
' Mt. Carmel,
Ex- Md. City
. cave Vincennes... 7:00 a. in.
Mu Carmel . 8i "
' Uarmt MM "
Mound City.. 4:33 p. m
Arrive Cairo 6.-0S
Connecting at Vincennes with the Indl
Lnapolls and Vluccnne.., Ohio and Mississippi,
and Kranarvllle and Crawfordaville railroads;
at Mt. Carmel with the Louisville and New
Albany airline; at Carnii with tho St. Louis
ad Southeastern ; atNorrlsClty the Spring
Arid and Illinois Southeastern ; ut Kldorado
with the Snawneetown branch of the 1 1
Louis and Southeastern : at Cairo with the
Mobile and Ohio railroad transfer boat, aim
steamers for Memphis, Red River, vlcks
burg and New Orleans.
CUA8. O. Wood, Gen'l Ticket Ag't.
J .so. Lick, JK., Sup't.
LOCAL HEATHER REVORT.
U. S. SlO. BW., OBBBkVEK'B Oriics,
Cairo, May 31, lsiil, lo-.ti p.m.
Thermometer C8 degrees.
Wind, northeast, velocity 4 mllt per
Maximum temperature last 21 hours, at
4 p. m., 80 degrees.
i4ntmmn temperature, last 24 hours, at
e . m., tt degrees.
Prevailing wind last 24 hours, northeast.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
M .hours, 200.
Edwin Garland. Observer,
PAINTING AND REPAIRING.
Carriages ol all description repaired and
painted at lowest possible prices by
A. T. Itussxix, 137 Commercial avenue.
A house, 8 rooms and closets, with one
lot and a hair, corner or Twcnty-tlrst and
Poplar streets, on easy terms. For further
Information, apply ou the preuil.es.
Fine white; single nnd double X amber;
single and double X Canary, best quality ot
msnltla, blue letter, etc., etc. oo.ooo for
sale, printed at (3 Ml to 0 M) per thousand,
t the Bulletin Opfick.
The cottage on lot 0, block 49, situated on
Tenth street. The house has been placed
In food repair, and will be let to a good
tenant. No water on the premises, Rent,
12 60 per month. Enquire or C. Lsmk.
To any and all who desire a Hue,
f enulne French cair,kld, Morroco or patent
leather pair of boots, gaiters or shoes of any
or all of tho latest styles, William Khlers, on
Twentieth street, Is ready to furulsh them
at the most reasonable rate, and guarantees
good stock,good 11 ts and perfect satisfaction.
FINE LAUNDRY WORK.
Mr. Lettle Coleman takes this method of
Informing the public that the Is now pre
pare 1 to do all kinds of fine laundry work, at
cheap rates. Fluting, crimping, etc.,' done
at a small advance perdozen on plain clothes.
Families nd Individuals will Hud It to their
advanugo to take their clothes to Mrs. Cole
man. Residence on Fourth street, south
aide, between Washington and Commercial
ThU popular hotel has been refitted and
proved, and is now one of tho most com
lorUble (topping places In the city. The
tomWac puMk and persons desiring
pleaaant quarter by th week or month.will
alwaya tad them at the Commercial hotel.
Hates of board havo been rtducted as fol
lows: Day board, 4 60 per wek; transit,
110 per day; board and lodging, from (.
to fj per week. tr
Selling off at cost, at Moscovlr. M ,r'
The weather yesterday rnn "''
Don't forget tho Casino
night at Schcel's hall.
All kinds of linens, lace., edgings, and
trimmings of every variety at Burger's.
At noon ytiterday tenjurymen had been
! . . . i .... tl.trLnn Hint.
i ouiaineu iu
Moscovlcs, Washington avenue, near
Tenth itrect, Is selling off at cott. &-2tf.
Parasols and s large lot of custom mado
boot and shoe arc sold cheap it Burger's.
I iwt nnii Lave been received at our
pct-offlce They arc going off Hie hot
Mocovlc is selling off at cost. f-i tl.
It you want good goods at cost, go to Moa.
covics; Washington avenue, near Tenth
Ilurgcr has a complete line ot hosiery o
all kinds, and corsets, collars, cuffs, etc., In
Swiss muslin., tarlctoris? French and Ham
burg embroideries at Burger's. Great bar
The Calno parade takes placo to-morrow,
and In the evening the society Indulges In a
ball at SrheeVi hall. Everybody ought to
go. A fine string band will be In attend
ance. The most beautiful percalei, Jaconet and
other white dress goods ever brought to
tills market, can bo bought lor exceedingly
owprl ccs at Burger's.
The picnic at St. Mary's park on Tuesday,
should not bo forgotten. The proceeds arc
to be applied for the benefit of nn ciluca.
tlonal Institution ol this city.
Ilurgcr has Just received a iull lino of
summer dress goods ofevcry description.
jthlch will be sold cheaper than the i liesp.
Tho (Jul Vive Coterie club aro golna to
indulge In moonlight excursions this hum
mer. The Initial excursion of the Ilrst ho-
ries will take place Fridny night, June C, on
Rurger has just received and opened a
large stock ot damasks, napkins, toweling,
etc., etc., all or which will be sold cheaper
than they can be bought anywhere elc in
Phil Howard's museum Is becoming very
Interesting. Ue has been offered d,000 for
it by Mr.Hs.rnum, but has declined to part
with It. lie cherishes It as he dors the ap
ple of hi eye.
A solemn silence reigned at Mound City
yesterday. There was on neither of the
-. ...... ...... .
sireeis oi iiic village any sign or Hie. Jlost
of the people were In Cairo, and those who
were at home were asleep.
The Little 'Gazette' saye : "Many of our
citizens are taking advantage ol tho visit of
the Belden Irwin combination to this city,
and are patronizing the combination liber-
ally." The Irwlns will bo In Cairo next
Yesterday, in tho county court, Judge
Dross presiding, the suit of Charles O.
Partlcr A Co. vs. Charles Miller, wai dis
posed of by Judgment lor plaintiff In the
sum of f3O0r No other business wa trans
acted. New stock and new styles ot wall paper
paints, oils, wludow glass, etc., etc., at li. F.
Meigs' new store, Washington avenue and
Eleventh street. Call and see tho latent
styles In wall paper before purchasing die-
Wc yesterday saw, (or tho llrst time In
our brief but brilliant life, a colored orllce
holder. Wc gazed upon .Police Magistrate
Bird In the performance of his duty. He
presides with dignity, and runs thcmuchlne
The mcmbcis ot the Cairo Cabslno are
hereby Dotltted to meet at the hall on Mon
day morning at 0 o'clock to take part in the
procession. W. T, Bkkkwaht,
The ghost made his appearance Frld.iv
night about 10 o'clock, near the residence ol
the chief of police In Winter's row, wear
ing his beaver up, with a countenance more
in sorrow than In anger, nnd wrapped In
The Sunday excursion tralu on the Cairo
and Vincennes railroad, between Cairo und
Mound City, la a great institution. Citizens
who wish to enjoy tho solitude of a country
village, can do so by lsitmv Mound City to.
day on this train.
Hon II. Watson Webb, T. W. llalllday,
Isaac Walder, and others leave to-day for
New Albany, Indiana, to receive, the new
ferryboat "Three States," which Is to take
the place of tho present ferryboat of the
Cairo City Ferry company.
Johnson's circus gave another or their
pleading and Interesting entertainment last
night. The performances from bcgimilng
tnendwere very good, and tho combina
tion will go away from Cairo, lea lug h good
impression nmong our citizen..
To-morrow Is Judicial election day. Wo
bopo our citizens may generally attend It,
and cast their votes for Judge Raker. He
has, It Is true,no opponent for thejudgeshlp,
but it would bo a Mattering compliment to
th judge,if he should without any contest
receive a large vote.
Pat Mallony and Pat Joyful wero Jnymily
drunk. They fell Into the hands of the
police and wero taken before his honor
Judgo Bird. They were lined each two dol
lars and the Inseparables, but not being able
to Und the amount of tines and eo.ts about
their clothes, thoy wero sent to the cal
aboose lor three days each.
I A vote was taken In Mound City yester
day ou the question of building a new ten
thousand dollar school-house, the s'te to be
selected by tho school directors. The vote
resulted as follows: For slto selected by
school directors, OJ vote; against site
selected by school directors, Ct votes. For
new school-bouse to cost f 10,000, H5 votes;
against new school-bouse to cost 1 10,000, 03
The picnic at St. MarUpark ou Tuesday
promise to be a very pleasant affair. Men
were engaged all day yesterday lu getting
the park, In readiue'ss for the occasion, and
there 1 nothing more to be done but for
those who contemplate attending, to go to
the park and enjoy themselves, A splendid
platform for dancing has been put down,
and those who wish, will have an oppor
tunity to "trip the light Jantastlc" to their
heart's content. The proceeds of the pic
nic will be expended in behalf ol one of the
educational Institutions of the city, and it is
hoped that the attendance will be large, so
that the amount collected will be of sub
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JUNE 1,
Gold sleeve button, Inlaid l,I'";k (l"
amel. The parly reluming It will lie suit
ablr rewarded by lcailn?lt M ' ""l-o.
' IH 2t
Wc arc authorized to announce that
David J, Baker Is a candidate for Judge ot
ll,Tinntr..lvlll .Imlichll clrClllt. KlfOtlotl
,.,. .uno ., m;;.
PICNIC AT ST. MAUY'.H PA UK,
Tuesday, June 3, 187.1, (to be guu by a
number of ladles,) the proceeds to b ap
plied for the benefit of one of the cdncatlon
al Institutions of the city, A string band
will be In attendance. Tickets, twcutyllve
rents. 'o splrltuou Ibpiors will be allowed
upon the grounds. .Vji-tit
Illinois Crntiiai. IUiihoah, )
AOKNT'a OFHCX, May 31, 1873, I
Cure should be taken In purchasing tick.
cts to the Chicago Jubilee to see that the
ndmloslon tickets to tho (Hand Concerts
bear the autograph signatures ol the sales
agents, Carpenter A Sheldon, managers, and
tho same Is also stamped by the ticket
stamp of the railroad company selling them.
e-i-u JAMr.sJon.NHON, Agent.
CAIitO, ARKANSAS AND TKXAS HAIL
An accomodation train will run on Mon
day and Tuesday, June 2 and 3, between
UrcentleM'a landing and Charleston, as fol
lows: Leave Orconlleld's landing at 10:30
a.m., nn Monday, and, returning, arrive at
Ureentleld'H landing at 7 o'clock p.m. on
Almuinj-, ami t 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday.
Fare for round tilp, seventyilvc cents.
Ferry and backs will run In connection
with trains to and from Cairo. MI-'Ji
GRAND EXCURSION TO CHICAGO.
VIA TIIK CAIRO "AND "VINCKNNKS
II A I LRU AD.
On and after Tuesday, June 3, excursion
tickets to Chicago will be sold by this new
route for 913 tho round trip, Including a
ticket to P. S. Oilmore's (of the Boston
Jubilee fame) Orand Jubilee concerts, which
will be held June 6 and 0. Tickets good on
any train, and until the 10th of June to re
turn. Direct connections made and pacn
gcra put Into Chicago as soon as by any
other route. Woodruff's magnificent sleep
ing palaces from Vlncennes.
Cit ah. O. Wood,
Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Agent.
lliigham hat moved into
Dr. lliigham hat moved into lil-
Major Lee, general superintendent of the
Cairo and Vincennes railroad, Is in St.
Louis. He will return the latter part or the
Rev. John Gillliaui of Cciitr.ilia, h lu the
city. He will preach In the Methodic
Hon. D. W. Munn returned from Chicago
Mr. Bixby, who Is one or tho mot enter
prising and popular produce ilealern In the
city, will please accept our thanks lor a
liberal donation ol tine strawberries.
RELIGIOUS SKUV1CE3 TO-DAY.
Rev. John D. Glllham of Centra'ia, will
preach In the Methodist church both morn
ing and evening or to-day. Rev. Glllham Is
a leading member ot the Southern Illinois
conference ; nnd having preached here with
acceptability In other dayn,wlll doubtless bo
lieai il mIHi ploaMire tit a large audience nn
Services will bo conducted in the Prcby
terlan church to-eay, by the Rev. 11. It.
Thayer at tho usual hour-. At the inorulug
service his subject will be: "Thou art
Peter, and upon thlt Rock J will build My
Church. Was Peter that Rock" In the
evening his subject will be: "Tho Last
There will bo services at the Church of
the Redeemer to-day, at 10:30 a.m., and
TIIEDKKMAN LUrilElU.N CHURCH,
Thirteenth street, between Washington ac
nue and Walnut street, will bo open for re
llgtous services to-day. The pastor In
charge will preach morning and evening.
1I.I.H. Civ. It It l: i
AcVt.'s Office, Cairo, Juno 1, lb73. J
A rare opportunity Is afforded our citizens
for an excursion to Chicago at hair fare, to
sec how iiiarvelously the city has risen from
iwasncs, and attend the Gllmore jubilee,
which occurs ou Thuisday, June 0. Two
mugnlllcent concerts, attcmoonand cvcnln
in tnc great depot ol the Lake Shore nnd
Michigan Southern anil Chicago, Rotk Isl
and and Pacific railroad", wlib-h will accom
modate 40,000 people.
Responding to a movement of the citizen
or Chicago, tbo Illinois Central Railroad
company have placed the fare Irom Cairo
including a ticket to the concert, at 91;
M.l-l.-a ... .
rounu mp. junci win ne lor s.ilo on
June 4, good Tor midnight trains or morning
trains ol June .", only, and will bo good 'for a
return on any train leaving Chicago on
bciorc Sunday, June f, affording ample
time to too tho wonders of New Chicago,
unu Bii.uo in iiiejuiiiico programme.
Sun copy. MMt
SCIENTIFIC LECTURE EARTH
The undersigned respoctlully Infurmr the
citizens ol Cairo that In compliance with
tho earnest request of suffering humanltv.
and others, ho will on Sunday, June 1, at
.i p, in., irom trie spacious platform corner
ol Sixteenth and Walnut streets, deliver a
scientlllo and experimental lecture on the
subject ol earthquakes, their causes, manl-
restutlonii, prevention und ultimate extinc
tion. He will review the different hypoth
eses which have been promulgated by sclen
tiuc cuanaians, and uxpiodo them like soap
bubble when perforated by a pump handle.
New light will be shed upon a subject which
has puzzled savans lor centuries. A uniijue
invention for extracting the explosive itia.
Itles of the gas, by which earthquakes are
caused will be exhibited, so simple and
natural In its operation, that a child could
easily manage it, and prevent "a wreck of
matter and a crash or worlds." Tho under
signed with prldo devoid ol vanity further
states that tho authorities havo with com
lucndablo scientlllo ardor and their accus
tomed energy, urbanity and liberality placed
at his disposal ror purpose of Illustration,
the sidewalk on Walnut street I,-. ........
cum inn cigmvenm, that remarkable
structure being almost an exact lac simile
of that terrible scene of devastlou oecas
loncd by the awliilly destructive cartlimuKe
which occurred In tho Lone l'lnc region
California, of which horrible catastrophe
the lecturcrer was an eye witness. 'nle
street commissioners are invited to set
on the platform.
PROK. Cantklla, Hi q li c.
Formerly of Tiiulty church, New ywl
I 11. , .
The scientific lecture on earthquakes
advertised In this Isitio of TttK Bulletin
Is not Intended to contribute to the cauio
of Infidelity. The lecturer, It Is true, has
many Ideas In common with Denton, and
other pooplo of that kind, but his only
purpose is to protect all clti.eni in their
dRlly walks at well a conversation and
make their patln smooth ana pleasant.
The Cairo and Vinconnes railroad cars,
loAvlner tho Ration at Winter's block at
l'iVclookJm. for Mound City, are used by
ttio business men, who livo In tho uppor
part of tho city, as street can, nnd they
don't pay anything lor me prmiege. ir
thocompauy were to cuiurnw uus i.rancu
of their bui.neis they might, by charging
live cents for a short or long rmo witdin
. . . . 1 1.. 4 ... 1 I
months to pay ror me uckcis, anu may t.o
Sheriff Irvln has taken a ureat Interest
in tho Wcldon family fund and has 6ono
to much trouble to circulate the paper
asking for subscriptions. Woldon was P'ng mo reouiu of me vu nvos auoii
ono of tho iherifTi baliffs, and a very referred to, that we are happy became wo
faithful officer. Mr. Irvln has collected
nearly $500. Tho Rough and Ready, Hi
bernian and Arab Firo companioi'Will also
circulates subscription papors arnon their
own members, and It is believed enough
will then havo been obtalnod to purchase
lots and build a cottage for tho widow and
ehlldren. We suggest thnt Judgo Dross I
bs rcquuslud to mnko tho purcua'o nnd
that tha prnporty bo deeded to the ehll
e can attention to tho advertisemen
or a scientific lecture on earthquakes, to
bo delivered this evonlng at:i p. in.. Ht the
cornor of Slxteonth and Walnut streets.
ibe casual reader will be inclined to
think that the writer Is insano; or, if lis
should not come to that conclusion, will
bo suro ho is a fool. All such gentlemen
will ascertain their mistako whon wo as
sure them the advertisement is unadulter
ated sarcasm and is Intended to rap tho
city authorities pn their official knuckles
because they havo allowed the sidewalk on
Walnut street, between Tenth and
Eighteenth streets, to gut into a deplora
From tho Rock Curd, 111., 'Ga.ato, wo
clip tbo following: "The concert. given
sat Hrnurn'a hall nn Th it rul a . Its f .1 ...
at Brown's hall on Thursday by Madamo
Clara Urinkcrholl deserves to rank among
the memorable concerts of tho season. At
So'clock Madame Brlnkerhotf cntored and
was greeted with applause. Madame
Clara Brlnkerhotl' is certainly a tnagnirj
cent soprano singer; her voice, through
ceaseless training and polish, llnds Its host
oxpressiori in classical music. The fact,
however, of most people complaining they
cannot understand and intelligently ap
predate classical music bus caused Mad-
amo Brlnkorhott' to adopt a plan of giving
bofore each song its motives in a fow
words. Her voice is highly polished, rich
brilliant, clear and very powerful and full
of sentiment and tbo effect wa quite strik
ing. The concert throughout was a grand
Poi.ick OrricKii Wooti.n had several
butchers arraigned beforo Squire Bird
yestordny on tho charge of maintaining
nuisances around their butcher shops
Wooten testified that ho had notified
Fred. Koohler's brother that tho yard'of
that gontleman must be cleansed ; that
if this warning had been taken the work
of cleaning up had not been very success
ful. Koohlcr asked tho witness it he had
not seen three men cleaning tho placo.
Wooten replied tbut ho had not Officer
LaUue testluod that be had seen entrails
of animals in tho roar of tho house, in
which was maggots. Offensivo odors
prevailed all around thero. Mcllale tes
tified that he went out to the slaughter
houses under direction of tbo mayor last
Thursday. Found all tho slaughter-
house yards in a bad condition, full of de-
caving matter. Tho yards are in a terrl
ble condition. Tho pollco magistrate in
consideration of tho fact that Koehler was
using duo diligence to abate tho nuisance,
said ho would impose- tho lowest flno of
$3. Koohlor gave notice of hi iutenllon
AVKRILL CHEMICAL PAINT
Pref. J. R. Turner of Jacksonville, 111.,
says : "i nave watched It now for about
two years with interest and care, nnd I
nnvor found a singlo spot whoro it either
peeled or chalked off as other paints do.
It is quite as good for insido finish, as it
leaves a coat that shines and washes lik
glass. Thoro msy bo better paints than
mis, nut I am not acquainted with thorn
and all who try it will flnd It n great sav-
Ing over tho old order of things." Evory
body buys it of N. E, Way A: Co., general
commission merchants and agents for tho
Iron Buggy company, Sixth street.
A sample buggy it now on exhibition at
MO UN LIGHT
'() TEltlE" STILL ON THE "Oi l
A grand luoonllght excursion will li
given by tho "'Jul Vive Coterie" on board
the T. F. Ecktrt, Friday, Juno 0. The
Eckcrt will lento Phillips' wharlboat
promptly at 7:30 p.ui,, anil proceed up the
Ohio river, touching at Mound City and
Caledonia. Returning will arrivoat Cairo
at 1 a.m. A string und brass band III be In
attendance, and uuislu and dancing vv III be
the order of the programme.
The Kckert has recently boen repaired
and repalntod, and is admirably adapted lor
excursions, Cajit. R, W. Dugan, her eter
ant commander iu charge, and the members
ot the club to conduct tho festivities or the
evening, are assurances of a splendid time
to all. Those holding invitations ot the
Coterie are expected to attend without fur
Tickets for th? excursion, one dollar each,
can bo had from the members of the chili.
.las. II. PhllHs,
Tlios. R. Sloo,
Sam!. S. Foster,
II. Frank Blake,
James B. Massey,
t'has. R. Kyle,
(.'has. M. Howe.
Duke II. Carter.
II. Glvcu Ilagey
A'new and beautiful assortment of grena
dines are now for sale ut Uurgei'., Call and
I'ROKANK MKN OURSK TIIK HI I'D.
ITS RKLIOIOUS 11 AMI tev-
DAVIS DEALS WITH
IT. WH AT DO KM
"Hhoo.fly " and "il tho mosquitoes''
havo become- tho too frequent expressions
of Drofimninnn nf Ihii citV. ThoV should
not Ul0 ,uch ,nRUige. Lot's wife was
tUrr.td Inin . ,,tlUr f salt became she
aa ,.llrnll. A !.. end Sanhlra fell
dcnJ b . ., . ,,,,,
hlmjolflho othor day becauso ho ran Uo
f . ,. tha . . . , , ,t t 0l0
.1., Wnllin ,. ,r,,i . ,lVerrcach it.
innocent neighbor, and so forth. How
t . . . . . Ul9
tnn.nnltnAi l,ini ilmv mv not be
punished by a special visitation of provl
lnco? They should take warning
Tly should not forget, while contetn.
ro ''d ovor have boon virtuous; Ah! yes
but "would wo wore boy njaln ' '
And, by the way, why should a moi
i qulto be abused f It it an innocent bird.
We have on the two different ocoailons
-ofour visiting achurch In Cairo recognised
Its preionco In tho sanctuary, and have
hoard its melodious voice blending in fal
.oiio li r j- will, tha werhllnj. -r
choir. Tho mosquito may visit saloons
and other bad places, but we don't know
that It does. Wo don't ro to such places
nd can't sav. Wo only know that th
mosoulto Is a church-going bird, and
should not thoroforo be d d.
Thoro aro phlloophers who think as we
do on this subject. Dnvls, of the 'Sun is
one of them. A fow days ago wo observed
a mosquito, evidently just arrived from
I'aducah, largo as a sprint; chicken and
ravenous as a man who uvea a weuK
at a private boardlog-hou.e in Mem
phis. It winged its swift lllgli
towards Mr. Davis, sineioi: a long metre
hvinnns It How. Kinallv we saw it fold
its wings and alight upon his cheek. I
forthwith proceoded, without even asking
a blessing, to dovour that amiable gentle
man. Did ht swoar1' He did not even
think an oath. He raisod his right hand
c&U(.hl hl! tormentor skillfully by ono of
I " .....
Its lcc. and, carrying It to tho window,
threw it Into the air, saying, In his palhet
Ic wav: ''Go. momuitu; there il room
enough In the world for both tbee and me.
We instantly wept, and swore
w would novor aeain kill one of
tboso peculiar torments or humanity
Tho good example of our good neighbor
has. In fact, almost revolutionized ou
xrnnl nitttire. and from thvlll'litt of blood
our mind has been led to peaceful thetnei
We have discontinued the uso of flesh
Wo do not any longer eat beef, or pork.
nr tub., or chlckon. w o maintain our
selves on vegetable., and sometimes tho
kindness of Davis leads us to believe that
it may oven be cruel to mutilate a potato.
a turnip, a radish, a Ut u pray, tho
subioct has erosn too ble for u. What
docs Nollls say ''
Mrs. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, has
Just opened out a stock of new and fashlou
able millinery goods. She has one hundrc
and fitly different stylcsof hats and bonnets,
be-ldu a large ashortment ot ribbon., How
crtntid notions ot all sorts, nil of which wll
be sold at tho lowest prices.
ICE CREAM SALOON.
A. warm weather Is approaching the
lovers ot Ice cream will be glad to learn that
Mcs-r. Saup A Clarkson have lltted up and
refurnished, In elegant style, their Ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain has
also been put In running order, nnd nothing
in wiiiitliiir about the establishment to mak
the pleasure aud comtort of their patrons
saloon-keepers, and all others, ale hereby
uotltled to sell no more liquor to my husband
George G. Smith. Any perron felling
liquor to him alter this date, will be prose1
cuted to the lull extent ol the liquor law.
Mrh. gko. g. smith.
Cairo, May 2(5, 1873. M7-ft
A new hotel has been opened in the large
house located on the corner of Seventh
street and Washington avenue. It will be
known us Brown's hotel, and proprielored
by Mr. Brown, whose reputation as a hotel
koepcr it well-known In this city. The
house lias been thoroughly renovated and
refurnished, and Is In every way tlrstc!ass
The tables are at all times furnished with
the best the season affords, and the charges
liberal, being only .ei W) per day. Mr
Brown solicits and dceres a share of the
public patronage. o-illt
Mr. J. M. Mokovics, the enterprising
dealer In dry goods, Washington veniio
between Ninth uud Tenth streets, offers his
large and varied stock of goods at cost
prices. Ills store Is full of the choicest o
dry goods of every vailety and quality, and
the prices at which he Is disposing ol them
aic aitonlshlngly low. Call upon him and
sttisf yourself. 6.7 if
Window screen wire, water-coolers, zero
refrigerators, toilet sets, bird cages and
geuirul stock of tin mid BrltauU ware, also
a KJ)d supply ol the celebrated Charter
Oak cooking, stoics at lowest llgure No
100, Commercial avenue.
C. W. IIk.Mikiimis, Cairo, Illinois
We arc the sole ugont for tho sale or Mus-
sou's pure elder vinegar, made on his farm
at C'oliiloii, Illinois, put up in convenient
sized packages for family tie, and every
package warranted pure.
1-13 tf, cori-EY, Pace A Co,,
No, :7 Ohio Luven.
F, M. Ward Is now piepared to deliver the
best of sawed and split hickory wood to any
part or the city. Also all kludsofwood and
coal alwar on hand. Leave orders at his
office, corner Seventeenth street and Com
mercial avenue. 3-2jti.
The placelto buy wall paper 20 per cent.
cheaper than any other placo In the city Is
No. 2, Seveuth street. Try It. u. aw..
Burger Is now offering for wle a splendid
isiortmcnt or dress silks, Japanese suitings,
etc., etc., at the most reasonable rates.
All icrsons having buildings, femes cr
lumbetupon the strip of landTtiiown as tht:
niiiiuis imrni ruuroncrs iuo leol snip, siui
atcd between Ohio levee and Cmiunurelnl
avenue, Cairo, llllnol. ns also all pcrnis
rrom such like trespaHes and nuisances up
on said Und or tluv nnd I'ni h of them will
be proecuteil to the full cntent of tho law.
Tub Ii.i inoih Cpntiiai. it. It. Co.
IIV (I fee II .V (lllbert lit Att'Vn.
i uno, iii, siay r.), iMTit. rii-it
Notice is lie rob v given that tbu i.ollic
irei! have, icch not lieu 10 arruni any per
in iiikiii whosi' orcmle a nuisance in any
uatie may ut; louuii wiiiium in.v n.iriniiK
tun person io remove uie saiiu;.
Tlii i.'II.iti la ilni-ini-il tiei ev.arr becaitM'
of the reported near aiiproaeh of tho cholera
and other lleaMi. John Wood. Major.
t AMto.May '11, i7:i,
1MPO RIANT NOTICE.
1. It Is berebv ordered, that when any
horse, mule, row or hog shall (Ho within the
m tsofthee tv of Cairo. It shall lie the
duty 01 uie owner or keeper 01 men alliums
to have Its body removed forthwith a mile
tievond the o.llv limit., aud burled In a hole
of sufficient depth, or diioscd of lor some
lisetui purpose, or casi into uie river 11110
deep water, one-half a mile below the city
111:11 110 person snail, in pan or uinnit
till up any lot or parrel of ground within
... .... . , .. ,. . .. 1. ..11..
100 ciiy minis, witu street fcraiMiig., iu;i
mire, offal, or nnv loiilnr fuculciit matter.
I. l'h-it all nersons kt'clilliL' slaughter
riouse., staliles or dairies, or other places in
which animals are Kent, for either Heasure
or prollt, or for any purpose whatever, shall
Keep me same clean anu wnoiesouie ny me.
removal of all manure and oilier offensive
matter at least anrc a week.
By order or the board or health of the i ll)
of Cairo, May 211. 1873.
,ju;t. .Iiiii.v Wood. Chslrmaii.
NOTICE TO CONTRACIOUS.
ANNA. III.. JIIIV II. 1.H7J. 1
Sealed iropo,ds s III be received until I
o'clock p. m., on tin.' 17th day of July next,
lor inn erection aim completion lanovo I lie
ua.fiiiciil slum 01 111c center liuililliigoi uie
lif.'ino asvlum, located at
uty.lllluoU. scperate bids
lor tin; brick-work, and the
Anna, Union con
will be received f
price per lorn laid in the wall stated. A bond
of two thousand dollars must accomii.inr
each hi I, conditioned that If the contrai 1 is
awarded, the bidder will promptly enter iu
to contract for the work m let. The ion
tractor will be rcquhetl to gtvebond lu i'o I
hie the amount or contract price, to tie ,ii
prnved by the governor for a full 1 1 .1 1 1 com
pliance ol the term, ol the contract. I'l.iiis
and specifications will be on exhibition at
the office ot the commtsloners lu Anna, on
and alter the llrst day of July next, whom
blank proposal, can no nan. Hie romim-
loners n-erve uie rigni to reject any ami
all hlih. R. li. MUlKIKis, 1
Hiram Walker, Coins,
.'l.'i lot. Jr. Bisiiiw, )
Notice Is hereby given that sealed pro
posal will be received at my office, at the
courthoiiso In the city ol Cairo, for lower
ing the fence mound the rourt-liou-e so
that the pre-enl b.ie board ol said lelicc
will be even with the Mdewiilk, and to sii
ply all inUsitig picket., Iiirnlsh mils and
nail them on and all other timbers ticcesary
to putting said fence In good condition.
The manner of lowering said fence l to be
by cutting the present posts oil at the
ground ami drawln-; out that portion of the
post remaining in the ground, aud then
lower the posts Into the ground at the same
place. Said fence must he straight and ol
a unllotm height. Al-o to lower the tide
walk next to the reiice level with the regu
lar Sidewalk. The bids lor doing s.ild work
will be opened at 10 o'clock a.m., ol Thlir
day next, and the contract awarded by the
county court hotild either or the bids be
The court reserve, the rlhl to rrjrrt any
anil all bids. .1 u'uli G. Lynch,
Cairo, Msy 30, 173.
Scaled proposals will be received at thu
city clerk's office until 4 o'clock u m .ol
Thursday, the 12th day or June, A. D 1871,
ror furnishing the material., or doing the
work, or both, for the construction ol the
rollowlng described sidewalks, or cither ol
them, viz: On the no-therly side ol 15th
iFlrtecnth) street, rrom the sidewalk now
cxltlng on the westerly side ot Washington
avenue lothe sidewalk now existing ou the
easterly side or Walnut street, and on the
noi.herly side ot lxth (Eighteenth) street,
rrom u line drawn parallel to the westerly
side of Walnut street, and 10 (tell) feet east
erly from It to the easterly line of Cedar
Scaled proposals will uUo be received ns
above, for iuinUhlng the materials, or doing
uie urn, or now, lor tnc reconstruction 01
renewal ot tho following described side
walks, or any one or more of them. l
On the easterly side of Walnut street, Irom
rum in sulci iu inemieiu street; on tne
westerly side or Walnut street rrom Fourth
street to a point Hl,y feet north ol Seventh
street, and Irom Tenth street to Filtceiith
.street; on nic nortli side of Fourth street
I'om vv asmngioii aveiiuo
VValnnt street; on both side
of Filth .street from Wm.lilnt.tmi
Walnut street; on the norm side ofTwelftl.
sircoi irom ainui street to a point ISA roe
eastwarilly from Cedar street ; on the soutl
i'iij muoui 1 m-mrsecniri sirect, und oil
same sum oi 1 weniy-iugniti street Irom
Commercial avenue to Poolar street .n id..
south side of Fifteenth street from Walnut
to ucuarstreeis, anu on inn west side n
Washington avenue Irom Tweiitysevenlh
street to West Twenty-eighth street.
Said uroDosals shall be illreeteiltn Dm lit-
conncll, and will be opened at a meeting ol
the council at the time above named.
All proposals shall be made In accordanro
wiui me proision, requirements and spec!
tlcatloiis of ordinance No. M. amirm,.,
April III. A. D. 1&73. which orillnanri. in m.iv
on llle in my office, subject lo examination
at any time,
..1.... .. .. . . . .
on my council reserves tne right to re
jrri any or an tun. J!, ,1, IIOWI.KV
Cairo, III.., May 30, 1373, Cits Clerk
.,-) 1 - int.
W hereas by ccita'n mortgage deed, com
iiwniy caucii --saie moi';age," bearing date
iiil- .nn u.iy in .January, A. i, IB7-J, duly re
corded In book 'F" on page N, In thii re
corder s office ol Alexander co.iiiti-. uni,.
Illinois, on the day and year aforesaid. At
nert vv right did convey to tho undersigned
n.v iv.t.,,,,11 Mufti iijcu iuiu mum, sitiialet
In the county of Alexander and state o
Illinois, vU : q'ho west half ol' the north
east duarter ot section four Mi. i,,iv.i.i.
seventeen (17), south range two (2), west ol
tho third principal meridian, upon thls 'ev
nrcss condition, however, that lu caso three
hi""" M1U1III5HU, iiuii-.s iur i ue sum of two
. i . ... ""y-iiKiieu, ami hear
Ing even date with said ao mortgage, dim
and payable respectively lu one, twii " ,
three years after date with InterM at .
rato often per cent, per annum from tl c V
rpsiiipplfvn diitPit tint II .(, -i i . u,(- I
be paid according , ,W tV, or , lllec
thereof, and should default he iiuule In the
payment o 1 either of said notes vvlui "l e
hen the remaining note, should at S
. rtu,Buui mi iav rrt
ni'i-iiiiin nun mm muMi u ... u
Ins ImLXtBr .1 "".."4 ."'"der
coiiio due ond payable, n ,w,
ercbyglyon, that by
, 'iiiil ailll rilllll Mnsiu ...-
door In the cv i r.iVS1 "o. c?"-l'oiie
Iiournr2 o'clo l n,0' ". Mt 1,10
to sell o the 1 i-Ls "m if,1'1 9ny' Procoed
V-AIHO, I s,, My Jin. iHVt ulTS
fi-ai lot ' w,lB7J, Mortajet.
uo nave thrown or placed, or caused to in: " ,ir ',,. riv tide of W
thrown or placed upon said strip of land, ''w, ', V fJ I, S
any rubbl.fi, tin cans, oyster shell.. Mops . 1 ' ',n," Y,riv HnS ol ti .
manure, garbage or other inateilal What! Svei u li s reel, fro i tli J''"'' '
ever, arc hereby notliled to remove ll.o '"tKu ,,V 11 iV, . n I. ' o
WllltntltU I a a'...
" int'i liciiiiiir iifii iiic in..ii
asit) iisa iiit-si 1 rii iiici lis.
Sealed proposals will be recelrei t .
city clerk's ofllce until 4 o'clock i.t
Thursday, the l'ith day ot June, A. fjrti
for lllrllMllllg Hie maieiwii ur uoinil M
work, or both, lor me eonsiruciiou,
following denirltieil ldewalk. or el.T
thctii, vl.. ,. . , .. -Z7
On the soutlmurcii) iue oi cveiuii
Irom the westerly llin- of the sldcwsH s4
exlitlng on the. wusteiiy Moe oi jv asmn
Hue of the sidewalk now existing en
eastward! side of Walnut sirecl.
Said proHals shall be directed to (lie
city coutiell, and will be opened at a meet-
ingoi me minimal uie nine nuove nanieii.
All proposal, shall be made In accordance
with the provision., requirements and
specifications of ordinance No, fs'l, approved
Apru in, At n., in,.!, which ordinance is
now on tile In my utile, subject to examina
tion at any lime.
Thu eltv council reserves thi Heht to re.
Joctany oral! bid.. M .1. Howls v.
C ity Clerk
'.who, Ills., MayJUl, 187.1. 6-3.l0t
A T II f X E 0 M
Five night, only, commencing
TTRSDAY KVKNLVO. JUNK :i
Adliil..ou as usual.
eal" '. .... 7ft rents.
MONDAY EVKNING, JUNK 2. 187:'..
V A I It 0 CASI N 0.
tin Monday evening next, Juue 2,
p.-,,., i.i. .., tulip,-!-, iinurr me auspices
of the Cairo Casino, will ho held i si;i.
..,n.i i,ii i . . ;
oi ine tvairo casino, will be held at ScheeU'
Washington Hall, corner Ninth and Cedar
streets. Kxery arrangement looking to the
comfort and enjoyment of those who wlh
10 aucnu uas iteen made, and neither pains
nor expen-e will be spared to make the oc
casion one ot tbe.most pleasant or Ibe season.
The 1 all will he opened with tnu.lc bv
tho Delta City brass band.
A general imitation Is extended D, all to
Improper characters need
not apply lm
admission, lor they will not be admitted
ticket, win lie sold at
couple, H) order of
trie door at 11 pet
VV. I. HKKHWART,
Committee of Arrangements.
II Y LAND Si SAUKK,
ANU IiKiLKH IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner loth street and Commercial avenu
next door to the llyland saloou.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
ANU DKALKR IN
Eiohtu Stkiit, Brrwuit Wajhinoto
AND CoilSfXRCIAL A VtNUKB,
Adjolsilssv BI'tasshosiM staid Hauni't
kiyp ih tssi or Br, Pork, Muttoa V.al,
eltisDS In th most svoe.pubU mioBsr.
(Sucrewor to James Kynstton,)
Bdtcuih AND DlAU UT Alt Kiwds or
" ' r ""t4,
tOKNBK NlNmBTTH AND POTCAJt ST...
SHir.4 u--tew only tha best eattle,
,heP.at- Prepared to 111 any
for Pe,hn-t from one pound to
ton thousand pound.
PROSPECTUS FOR 1873H1XTH YE.Ut
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, tulvaraaliv
admltted lo be the flandsmirt Period. '
leal in the orld. A Represenu.
live and Champion orAmer
Sut Tor Halm lu Book or Mess Slore..
v . ., A,lT,I)K1,AU'1,J-K-N'''
Notw.thsUndlngtho increase In the nrite
nf subscription last fall, when the Aldlno a,
su.ne.1 Itspresent noble proportioned rei
resentatlye character, life cVjitioo will mo J
than double the past year; provinir that ii,
America,, publlS appelate a sfucer. el
fort lu the cause ofArt, Thu mibUahei.
anxious to justify the ready coiulfeiicluul
demonstrated, have errt..,i n..-:.i. ...
.... ' . - w . v u siivujiriirii in
Irleudsol ThT, vf,rrr" " ",u "anguine
the 'he'ril!0! Wl" "Pnx-Ufifl examples ol
tho best foreign musters, selected with .
JrVLl? th0 Wistlo success' and
greatest general Interest; avoldlne : suh a.
flni.t " a, inn, inimitable
sons t 'U;,,''.1,pro,,rmto 0,0 ur sek"
for jsnuarv1 O.a,0?nn'f "? ,ne lMUe
woo d r3.nilll?A..l!.J"J.,?br,
subscription. "7raul a TWt
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, Every subscrllior to the Aldlne sSiin ,..
AH oil chroio7. after J '.TlW S .S' .
Moon" aro 14x20 inc'hea -are prim mlVom
J.. different plates, requiring 25impreis,Ions
and tint U iicrfect oa!-h picture, i'heuuno
chroinos aro sold tor dem
storcH. ah It Istl ie-dot?rSlniu no iSco",,
uctors to keep tho Aldlne out or tie rea"h
ol compel It ou In everir il.rt.l.. 7 "
hromos will be found ahead oj unv tbit
ail bo ottered bv other iierlmll.i. fo.."1
subscriber will recelvo ocertlilcate. 'over thi
slgnuturo of the publishers, Kuartnt1,1 m.
that tho chromos tfellvored Lff bo eStml to
sainnles rurnlsbeil ii,,,
tne money jyiii tie
Tim l atrllilllloll or niclllreu .i."""S"i
free to tho subscriber to a fly, ,dXr5"
erirVh'" ?-W?Wr o
hoanncss oftho price for fhiiTi.ii"f''
.!, marvel falls little short
oven to those best ocqualnteJ I with ? W'
..i.i.,..n.niinf Inventu;. .. '.u With tha
.neeh.nleal a t ni u.,S.n,U Dd lm-
Eat ons of those chrouio.. 7e kJ.? "!
' ee November la.
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I. ...... no ,.. il... nutirlv line (it the side
ii i iirinnut i .im.r
v-i. m uutt-iuu una imnnVo tli
work; and th plls ,,r ,lle Sob yea"
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