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OiB CENTRAL B R
lljgll 11 I Tl M 1
avi rr ...
; -io nun or vakb
t wi - jnmM oajro to
T. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
, foNLY ONB CHANGK OF OARS
ON OAtRO TO
MmImmU, iwIU, TnlalO.
Butrett, al4, mira fslli
Sdtrslo, litUboiR, Wshlnlne.
Baltimore, trhllssUlphl, New Tnrk,
i Rastiaalatl 0IBlt.
slilwankt,,., JUMVffle,. W1'0
UOroH, Bt. rsalae.l all petal
,- .Itual. tfo th ntvlj dlrrrt rnelrtn
DHr, - Hloofnlngtoa, flpMngelil,
Poor!, .1U,I,CI . K"?."?.''
rWrl.ilrtno, 'Roe: IsUnd, La Hall.
Maaaot,, Duo, Froepert.
titlsa. f DutmVM, Mont City,
Xlagaal Drawing Room Sleoplng On'
jon ui night Trains.
il"ciiMliJ to all Inpertanl oll.
Tot tlekais ud la.'ormslKia, apply to !. C. R. ft
' (' Wr oa kurd in imomii iimft
la OslamkM aa4 uykfil at in priacljM
rallro I Ueg tB9P!6ai lh Hilh.
W. P. JOHKHOI. 0a'l Fas. Ab'i. Oik-atO.
X mitomu. a n'l.'Nun'i. tmieaa-o.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIME.
Passenger train on (do Illlnoli Central
chango tlrao txUy. From and alter 2:ln
1. ra.U-llay train will run a tnllows i
.Krt", dMv ,..,a:l.la.iii.
Kill, ceptSunday ....4KWp.ni.
Kx press, tfailr except Sunday.. 9:10 p.m.
pall, " ' " ..I3.1M nlfc'lil.
On and after Sunday, May itt, an cxciir.
lon train will lo run each Sunday on tlm
Cairo anl Vlnccnncs lallroad, between
Oalro and MolinJ I'll', ' follows t
Leave MM City. Arrive lit Cairo.
8 a.m. Hrttta.m.
4:30 p.m 'M p.m.
Leave Cairo. Arrive at MM City.
earn. . 0:30 a.m.
0 p.m. ol) liu.
rare for tho round trip, llfly conw.
Chaklm 0. W'oop, U.mi'1 Ticket Ak'i .
RAtLllOAU 'ilMK TAHLK.
CAIRO. AUKAKflAS ASl TKXAS K. It.
On and alter Moiiitn;, Juno 0. lHTIl, Iraim
will run ilallVi u.cc)t Mimlny, lictwoui
UroonlleM's UmlliiK nml Slkutton, 8cctt
county, MUtioud. as lullout !
l.nive UrtcntluM'it 10.00 n.in ami n:.t0 p.tn,
Arrive " 0-M " " r:10 '
Charleston I0M' " " i):10 "
" fclkcntuti T.ltl p.m. 0-0 tf
CAUtOAXI) VInUkNNIM lUU.UOAI)
Traliu now lte l ulio anil MouiulCIt)' ait
txt Cairo. I.'u Momtl City.
7:1.1 san 7:liiii.iii.
I'J ra. 1:15 p.in.
Ciu. U. U'oon, (h n'l Tickrt Ag't.
AUW) AND VIXCKNSKH ItAII.ItOAD
Ou tm) UHcr Monday, February 3, 187.7,
rains an the C. aiiil V. railroad will run M
Kx- Mil. City
avi UiW'o SiM a. hi, &:!.' p. in. le.
" Mound City.. fl:IO 0:40 ar.
" Kldorado..,, ls.ll p. ni.
" KorrinClly.. 2:-i3
- " Canul 3:01 "
" Ml. Carniel.. 4:40 "
TlveVincenncs... tell) "
Kx. Md. City
, press. acc'd'I'n.
jCiTe Vlnccnuc.. . 7aMl a. nv.
Mt Carniel . S.-Ji "
" Canul .. ,. H:5J "
' XorrisClty. 10:33
" Eldorado.... 11:011 '
Mound City.. 4::W p. m. 7:00 a. m. le.
&rrire Cairo rt:Oo 7:'i5 ar.
Cannoctlnc ut Vliicemics with the lnill
inspolls and Vinccnnes,uhlo and Mlssissipnl,
Uil Kvansville and Crawlbrdsvlllo rallrouds ;
-.t Mt. Carmel with the Loulsvillo and New
Alhmy airline; at Canul with tho St. Louis
jid Southeastern l atNorrlsClty tlio 8piing
tlsld and Illinois Southeastern ; at Kldorndo
'villi tlm Kliaurnatown branch ol tha It
mils UaiiL...I.Mi . - . . I ll'l . ll . V. A
Mobile and Ohio railroad transfer boat, aim
steamers' for Mewphui, Red lUver; V lcki-
Durg ana .ew urieaus.
Cn8. 0. Woon, Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
J.NO. LU, JR., Sup'L
1A1CAT. WEATHER REPORT.
U. 6. Sio. tlm, obmwkr'r OrvtcR, )
Cairo, June r, m, 10-.ll p.m. J
Barometer aO:M.,t i .
Thermometer "1 - degree.
Wind, soutliwast, velocity I tniln per
Weather, talr.V 1 ,
Maximum temperature lsl 24 hours, at
4 p. m.. 81 desreei. '
Minimum, temperature, last M'iiours, at
a. m., 03 degrees.
I'revaUlug wind latt 21 hours, south.
Total number of Biles wind travelled, last
M hours. 89.
Enwrs Oaui.anp, Obserycr.
C. V.-RAI1 JiOAD-CH ANOK OK TIME.
, On and aRer June 4, and until furthor.
aotlce, express tralu northeast will, leave
Cairo at tcso a.m. ciua, o, wood,
4M4t IWI Ticket Ag't
i'.FWe.wbltO ; llugle and double X amber
ajMsti attd UsMlble X Canary, best quality ol
tinnT-i hlue letter, etc., etc. o0,000 for
aakVpriBted atVW 60to(l 50 per (houisnd,
atttW k' , UULLKTIM UFKICK.
To any ud all who desire a Hue,
ftmsisve rWsteU'ealf,kld, Morroco or patent
liatksr avf basyts, gaiters or shoes of any
, a4Ure't'stjlei, WUItim Khlers, on
TasnMilliiiisiirli ready to furnlih then
rttsw RwatMasonable rate, and guarantees
, asd tioekjNod tU and percet saifctlon
. . cMAotmM
Mrs, Aiillsg wt Mklilh iWit; between
ItaastU a Varge SAMHisua 'tboni, flow-
t. . . .11. In i i i .If .S rf'u
ifKoasriauaary wwrjc, at
l4 Ut thetr
J Ihtt th? MMMnMHII
jUIUjaai hi . I,,,.
AllVlniH of llcetia, Ucci, edging, kiM
trimming of etcry tarloty at llurgcr'.
A full howM treetea tlie Hcldcn Irwlh
comblnatloHt nttflit, ami everyono who
waa; Uro;ift .well tlilcii Win " even
log'a'peformanco. ParakoU aliOaTaisoTut ol ctntom made
booti and alioct are iiol.l cheap nt llurgjr'a.
The elder dainiliioror Mr. Ji C. Ulluo
of tola city, wi yoterdny married to u
gentleman by tho nanu of UoUtnon, imijor
ol yinceniica. Tlio ceremony took place at
lltoretldciu'o of tlio brldc'i lutlicr.
Itcmrmber tbc Moonlllit Kxciinlou by
tlio "(Jul Vhe t'otcrlc" Friday oeiilii.
All for In ol rumor coticcrnln tlio rrdlcl
of tlio Jury (n the HuriUoii murder trial
vcro afloat in tills city ycitcrday, wlu-n In
full no Tcrdlct at all had been rendered In
the cam until a Into hour lat night.
Hunter hn a complete lino ol hoidcry id
all klndf, and coraeti, collam, eiul'it, dr., In
The rnlerpritlm; mcrelianl of 'iililn(,luii
avenue, Mr. Moeovlci, will until Ihu 'Jul li
lint,, dlnpoio of hi laryo atork ol goodr,
imilou-, etc.. at cot. Ciil on him if you
waul bargain. H-MI
Anew and licautifti avoriment nf gram
dlncn aro now Inrnle at lliirirer'p. Cull anil
The Delta City Comet llnt.il and l'mf,
Klaenberu' 8trtiii? lUud Will uecotupany Ihu
"ljul Vivo TCotcrle" Friday evening on
their cxrilndon Ml the Ohio ilrer. tunic
one, I'ome n, nnd Iihvii n good lime, fl-iVJt
liiiiKer U now olletiiijr for lo n rplnndld
avuorimcht of ilrewt ullkn, .litpanctp hiiIiiiil-,
etc., etc, at thn ni I'l rramuable ratrx.
Mr. .1. M. Mocovlv l.t rloMtifr out hi en
Urn luck, ol good nt eoat, Tho uomit
mint bo cold, aa Mr. .Moneovlc nxproxea n
detcnnlnalloii In liuvo liU rhelvoa eleur and
rend) Mr ht stirrr-ior on Iho'.'Olliol .lune.
New Mock mid new vtylo- ol wall piiprr i
pnlntn. oil, window j,'lasn, etc, etn,, at II, V. i
Mclga' mnv htiii'u, VnhliiKton nveuuo and
Klcvcnlli Mroct. Call utid ca tho IntuHl
xlyloi In wall paper ticfurn puiclui'lnK oNe
ir..tolm llrown, uuo inviiH nciiily nil the
laud" niul town Iota In und about thevlllagu
of Unity, In tliU county, propnm-n to have
that town recurve ed, rulald out, thn htrt'elu
widened und atralghteiio.l nml to Improtu
tho town generally.
Hwlf.t minlln , turlr!cn, Krenehnnd Hum
burn i nibroldi'rlen at llurger't, (Hunt hurt
The Hibernian Flro company, never be
hind tlio times, (particularly when (here I n
fire), resolved at n mooting lust night, to glui
a grand picnic, on the Fourth of July. Tho
1 lace of holding tlio picnic was not deter
mined on last night, hut due notice will bo
llorgcr litis Just received a lull line ol
summer dre goods of every description,
wlilcli will bo solil elioapcr tlj.iu tho cheap
est. Rev. c. Dimisehner, pastor of the (lerman
Lutheran cliarch of this city, proposes to
open a school wherein both tho English and
Herman ' language will bo taught. Rev.
Duerschncr Is a thorough scholar, nnd those
who trust their children may rest nssured
they will receive proper attention. See no
tice In another column.
II you want tho water lu your cisterns to
4 Avery's patent
At C. R. Woodward's.
Dr. Wood and Mr. Hudson have llicni in
use. I!-,1 (It
Mr. J. M. Moskovics, tho enterprising
dealer In dry goods, Washington 'tienuu
between Ninth and Tenth streets, oilers his
largo and varied stock ot goods nt cost
prices. His sterol full of tho choicest ol
dry goods of tvery variety nnd (piaHty, and
the prices at which ho Is disposing ol them
aro astonishingly low, Call upon him and
satisfy yourself. B-7 (I.
Madamu llrinkerhnil' in to appear at the
Atiiencumon juouuay and Tuesday evening
next, as announced in anothercolumntoour
readers. Thin marvelouslr talented snmr
stress will glvo a grand concert, She Is too
well known to need much recommendation,
and the mere Announcement of her appear.
anco will doubtless be siidklont to cause u
great demand for ticket. Wo reler our
renders to tha advertisement for particulars.
A tiglit occurred yesterday on board the
steamer Laura, then lying at the wharf in
this city, between the pilot of tha boat and
a Oypsy who had taken passage on the boat
The Oypsy rather got the best ol tho pilot,
,.1A H.Att,ill A ..linil.l hAI.M.I (Hill. 1.1... . ..
.v...... n.t nun, iup
II he could not meet with. better success.
Tin captain ol the boat stood It as long ai lie I
could and then put both pilot and Oypsy
Tlio members of the combination reourst
us to tnilnuate In these columns, that Mayer
iiiuucll wrote tlio paragraph lu which ho
was Pronounced a success as a handsome
man. To do so would bo to betrar tho
confidence Mr. Mayer has rcsnosed In n.
and would wroiur him. The two dollars hn
paid us for tho puff would, II wo shoud be
tray him by the proposed exposure, be
substantially lest to him. If it were known
that Mayer wrote tho notice and paid fur Its
publication, ll cflects would be rutroty do.
This Is to inform tho people of Cairo that
ltov.,C. Uuertchner, pastor of tho (lerman
Luthcrn church ot this, city, has opened n
school wi.ereiu both the (lerman' ami Km'
II. 1. 1.. ....... - ...III L . I . ....
iimi luiiKimuc- win uu miiuni, lr mure Hie
those arcoug our American born citizens
who wlih to have their children Tearu to
-. ' . , " 1
uipy now iiavo an aiioriunify to gratliy
that wish. ituv. rJiiorscliuor Is a thorough
Qernian and FaiglUli scholar, and will mare
no cflort to uiakj thu school of which he is
priuclpal a success.
JJyotdcrof the UoARu or Dihioiokh.
lilies Rilnfoith of tho lrwiu comblnattoii,
is a younj: mtu of twenty-one yars, Ho is
- -i -. ..ll... ri r i . .. .. ' i. . ...in
a (iBiii.cuiHcuiaa., nv, uuu uu win toil -
tlnuetorlse. if he wlllcoutlnue to eschew
the flowliuf bowl he will not discontinue bis
r,w..H kt i, i. ,1,
T'"'7 -7 "
ainbsr nf Ilin r.ininunv. and Ihn nmml.
" " ' - - ' . , 0 I. . .7 - . -
sWtH geutleaim never tbuohod liquor In his
lite, vai baa avoided loekhwr at the wine
vkM it was red. and rnnllt Knt tall Honrlinn
ssMB lager, or braady rrom pop to aave bis
Us. 114 Me Ub ho beld a Msmtaeat ilaee
7 ii -.ii..-i-. . .."..i..; -ij.-
out SHMSjas) l.up eigacr, aaa
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, .TONE 0,
For the pint thrco monlhi Commercial
'enue. bchveen Trentlelh and 'Uilrly-
f ttrth itreetn, liaihccii liuiblo lor al y
tu I cierybody but the Cairo and Vlncenura
Jtallroad company'n tialiw. Thorn aro only
two puces between tho iireeii imimioiieu
that need repairing. 'Die one Is Jut abovo
rwenty.tlmt. or Dlvlnlon, ami I no oilier
placo Juit below Tldrtj-rmirlh treot. Jt
lu licen, and li et ImpoMllila to ps
either rf (Iicmi ptaccsot en imhorno-liack.and
people living In between the Mrceta aro now
compelled to drive three and four
block before they can find n road by n hleh
tney can rcacii the liilfliicm pottlon ni tha
clly. II there In uuy plan by which thl ntnto
of nlTnlr cull tiu remedied, tho council Mumld
al onco ailojit ll nnd neu Unit Commercial
atcuuo la put Into a condition that It van bo
travelled from one end to tint oilier.
Marnger Irwin, who ha" a great deal ol
the true player's lenergy In hl eompo-llluli
declare with ciniihaul, marking the deelar
atlon with tho Italic of a good round but
decidedly Innocent cu word," that Cain
miu uavn an opera-homo bclorc many
year go by, Ho U willing to go Into th
enterprise hlumelf, taking from J,000 to
$5,000 atnek, and he cxpreMon Mirprlio
when told Ihut tho bihlne men ol Cairo
will not do anything to forward mch an on
terprlte. And o nrn wo MirprUod. If the
peopluol Hi In city ought not ho nlinmed of
tliPinat-ivr beenno (hey have no eoiiil'nrtii
bin In fact no public hall nt nil -wo nhoutd
like to know why. We aro anxlonx to li:iv
Fome person npologlre lor them. An opeta
nnuc or large puiillii ball lu llil city l
ncecc-lly, and It would pay tho enterpililiw
men wlio would construct If. When ill
omebody who hn Inihiiince In Ihu i lly
liuvo in I lie matter.
Jlurger lias Ju.t received mid opened
large stock ot damasks, napkins, Imielliigs,
etc,, etc., all ol which will be sold chcnpei
than they can ho bought anywhere eUc lu
At Ihu resilience of the bride's lather
Thursday, Jum-n, IK7.'l, by lto. II. II. Thnyi r,
Hon. W. II. Hobliisoii, ux-Mnym ni Vlu
cennes, and ills Margnrat .1. Lu Hue, ol
Thu parlors ni Mr. La lino wern occupied
by a largo numlierol Invited guests. Altir
the compnny hud partaken ol the elegant und
bounteous repast prepared lor the occasion,
the happy bridal party look the cars for St.
Lulls. May long lire, propoilty'uiid happi
ness: ho their lot.
llrfnri' His Honor M iglstrato lllrd, yesti r
d iy, Henry lliyden, for being drunk mid
disorderly was sent to the culabuoso lot
W lllliun Dean, n gentleman who lias been
loallng uliout town lor tho past week or ten
days, wllthoiit uny uieuna ol vMblo nipport,
wasarrcsied by 8ergeutitCuinuu n churgool
vagrancy. It wu In evidence that Dean, in
company with oilmr suspicious looking
churanleii', could bu. loutid at nil hours ol tl.o
night perambulating die streets, Mr. Turks
or tlio "Little Kentucklan,'' swore that
Denn was n boarder at his house ( that he
wu a steainboatnmii, nnd wasn mail who id
wjys worked when he could get work to do.
Dean was dismissed.
Hcfore Judjio llross, John Dally nnd Jim
Ucan, were tried on a charge ofdrunkeness.
Thoy were taxed cafcli two dollars mid tho
"ogrceables," but being minus both the
line nnd "ogrceables," were sent to board
with Mr. Dan. McCarthy for three days.
County court has been lu so'lnn slnco
Monday, Judge llross and Associates March
ildon nnd McCrlte, nil being present.
There wns not much business trails irted
yesterday, tho greater portion ol tho Uny
iiaiing lieen spent lu consultation upon mat
ters of Importance to the county.
The bills of Ocorgo AN'. Weldon, John II.
Oossman, Charles Hplres, Richard Fitzger
ald, V. Mockler,. Jesso Johnson, William
llolden, James ttummcrwell and M. J, Duck-
Icy for services us ballltl's in tlio circuit court
during the January icnn last, having hereto
fore been taken up tn the circuit court ou
nn appeal from the county court, und Judg?
ment olituineil by them lu tnld circuit
court, were certlllcd buck In, and allowed
by county court.
Ilia contract for low cling C feneo
and sidewalk around tlio court.
bouse, was awarded to Richard
rltrgcrald for the sum of $119 23,
The county treasurer was directed to for
ward to Now York, nirtlclcnt suinor money
to pay the Interest on tho out-stnmllng rail
roid bonds of this county.
Court niljourned until 0 o'clock this morn-
RIP VAN WINKLK.
To.nighttbo benefit of Mr. Harry Usln-
forth takes place, and tho play Is Rip Vim
Winkle. As air. Ilatnforth has personated
tho character of Rip in this city before, to
the entire natlifaction of crowded houses
I 1. t ... ... I
ii i. ncei cis to comment nnon hi. m , 1 l
noiow wogivoa synopsis or the scenery!
ACT 1 tSuKNR I, The villnL'oof F-l
ling Waters tho revelers In their cup;
tho money lender and tluinJurod wile :
ii'ps snot? ureicnen ueciarea vongeauco;
Von Beekman's letter; tho piot to
got Rip U sign; Kip cannot read
or write j tho limn ol 15 on easy
terms! the game-bag thu defense: thu lit.
tie folks boliothcd and jilaus for tho fit
tore; liip smells a mouiu: "Ien nr ;
I II think about it :" tlm bov tlmt Weill
to school; Iho villainy exposed ; tlio valsu
on tho groen terminating with nu unpleas
&UI.NK a - 'Alio plotters al work.
fee kmc 3 Tho interior of Rm p.iii.-n.
tlm storm and tho ghost story; u patient
woman uiidortryingcireumslaiiees; Kin's
gaine-bsgand wbathodidnt ilnmt. i?i
driven from hnmo; Tableaux,
AUl it joknk 1 The foot of ihc
mountain ; 'fmissed him again;" Rip moots
" .. oicepy hollow; Hcndriek
nuuson and his pbantonr orow; all iho
", f Jf and dumb; no gals in tho
fiilllllv- Inn ho, I fo. .1 1. I. i
. i ' :"' "u...y Kis lasts
good vrl"osj tho enchanted liquor; Rip
drinks, which causes nlm to sleep.
avji ut-scBNR I Waking up; the
S0KNK2 A room In rinrrlokl. I,...,.,.
tha mother and daughter; Derrick; the
. vii ae ',p8i urowning of Hend
rick Veddur; tho girl mint marry my
oephow j tho nephew again ; the plot to
got them irurrled,
8rr 3 Rip's return; oerybody is
fllBfi It 1ST, It .... ... V. 1 . s . .
1 j . ' "w" evu j lee
PI? J? , e' n"body k"wwi
mm-., v. mi own uomd : id
" T" L.'w,,!i"n are
bra we so
P"7. r.-- '"i you an aione
nnn. Kin . nn . 1.1. wl. . ...
in tue woria ; come borne with mo, il not
I r.. ma .k.n l " ' u" nut
I ,u. IMV JWU .11.11 ,VU I'll mV.
Hckki 4 Heenleuersecuted tv
Hcrnk 6 Derrick's house: fathsr .a
I dsURhten TOV OWD child don't knoai m.
lM. you Rro my lather; Derrick again; he
for.c . Mrlgei , Uendr ck Vedder
isoeaa; intHS tnotner ue, vuiainy exposed
'7 .HffWi I d vlllalfi kickad out; wrong lighted.
id-gst "HertV jor lMHb aBd joar famtl,',,
' 'ladRiaTyaUUva(4Miga8d ptospsr'
OUII.Ty.ANH HIS I'tfSISIlMr.ST FOUR
TKKN 'VBAII!" i?i niA if.
riitc PttlsoNI'.lt NOT HlSFOflKH T(..
Did'. VfUi.ribivnrternoon.aaei being out nearly
hventy-four hour, tho Jury in tno iiarrimti
tinnier trial returneu a tnutim k , "
fixed tho punWiraentofllirriMtnat lourtecn
wait In Hie t.ite tirlAOII.
Thl" verdict wa uncxiecivii i" i ivi
. ...I l..l
two-thlrdiol thoowhowero ramiuar wun
the clrotimluneonf lh murder or .iocph
AunbnJj. It 'was generally believed the
prisoner would leccllen cli licancr er-
llct than lourtevn years,
H.iril.on.ltlsi'.ild.tHko'lho matter very
coolly, and ! notdlnpoi-ed to llnd fault With
the verdict of tho Jury.
TO KANSAS AM) C0I.0IIAU0
,i..ri.... ii.n minincr season ol 1MW, the
Mlsniur i I'aellle railroad will sell cscurnloli
I'l.i..,. II-..IH hi. I.oiiN I 'i Denver and return.
at very low rate ol lare, and a rarn oppor
(unity 'is thereby nlleredlorlovrra of nature
tovlcWllli biMlllle 01 woioraiu, nuii ciuoj
..' . i.'.i i .....i.,.rv nml 1ie.iltb-lim.il ni'
climate ol the parks' of tho Pocky Monn-
,.'..,.. ulili lu lirnud and lerllle lil.llll".
i. .iir....n' ui Urn unite, mid together Willi
all Iho other Western States und Territories,
l reached by the Missouri I'aellle rallrouu
n.i.l II. ..nil Ait.'l Intl.
The Texas connection nf thU
mail now completed, and
fr-engers am 'ImViei. J .1' "iG $ n.l-rnt.
roiiln Horn HI. I.ouls to Texas, eltlier over I
il... MI...1111I. Kansas , Texas 11. It., via
,i,.ii ... ,..,.r ll,,. Ailnnllu .t I'Ucltlo II. K
1 In Vlnlla. For mans, tlmn tables, Informs.
linn ns to rates, mutes. Ac, wo reler our
...n.i..m 111 s. II. 'riiiiiiiiison. Eastern l'nsseli-
uer Auenl. Columbus. Ohio, or K. A. Ford,
(Icneral Passenger Agent, St Louis, Mlssoli
rl. uucstliiliH win lie iiroiii ni) miu cncci
fully answered I
CHEAP "AHMS IN SOUTH-WEST SHl
The Atlantic k Pacllli! Itallroad Company
Hirers LaXMHSl acre or laml 111 uenirai ui
j ,.,.I.,,...L. S1l.,...l ul S!1 ,11 At 111.
i. Illlll-.l'v .'lr"lf,ll, M. ..'... I"'
ar. mi kHimi vcurs' time, with tteo trail-
I nrtatlou Iroin St. Louis to all purchasers.
Climate, sou, limner, uiiuerui wcuiiii, m-inn
.linrchus and law abiding society Invllc
.inliri-iiiit Irom all nolut to this land of fruit-
tnd llowers. For particulars address A.
I'n.ik. I. mil Commissioner. St. Louis. Mo.
ORANI) EX0UR81ON TO OHIOAOO
VIA TUP. OMKO AND
On and after Tuesday, June 3, excursion
tickets to Chicago will be eold by this new
rmtto for ?13 tho round trip, Including
ticket to P. 8, (lllmore's (of the Ilo'ton
Jubilee fame) orand Jubilee concerts, which
will bo held Jiinun anil u. tickuin goon ou
any train, and uotll tho 10th of Juno to re
turn. Direct connections mailo and puvscu-
ers put Into Chicago ns soon as by any
oilier route. Woodruff magnificent sleep
ing palaces trom.Ylnci'iilies.
Chas. o. Wood,
(leu'l Pnssscngcr nnd Ticket Agent,
SPECIAL NOTICE TO OIHCAOO EX
Hv rcfoicuco tu tho time cards of the
dlll'cient lines to Chicago, persons can sat
Isly themselves that by tho Cairo nnd Vln
cennes railroad nnd connections, they will
arrive th'ero one hour und twenty-seven
minutes In advance or any other route. The
Cairo und. Vlnccnnes railroad line reaches
Chicago nt 0:30 a.m., aud other routes at
7:57 a.m. Excursionists by the Cairo aud
Vlnconncs road can remain In Chicago until
tho evening ot the 10th, while by the other
routes they must leuvn there "ou or before
tho 8th." Notn tho difference.
u-4-3t Ciias. O. Wool),
Ocn'l Tlckot Agent.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A rare chnnco is offered to somo man
with money to Invest In good paying
property In the most dcsirablo part of the
city. Two lots, 50 foot front on tho ave
nue, houso 3 stories". Two largo stores
csu bo fitted up on Iho first floor, thn up
per stories are well arranged for oillcos or
dwellings. Fur further particulars en
ciuirn of John 2. Hahman & Co.,
tl-l-tf Real Estato Agonts, Cairo, 111.
EXCl'ltSlON TICKETS TO COLORADO.
Health nnd. pleasure-seekers nro going to
licautllul Colorado during the summer sea
son, nnd will bo glad to know that the Mis
souri Pad lie Itallroad company is selling
tickets from St. Louis to Denver, Colorado,
and return, at grpntly reduced rate. Call
upon or address E. A. Ford, gcnornl pas
soiigcr ngentof tho Missouri Pacific railroad,
at St. Louis, Mo mid ho will cheerfully tell
you all about It. (M-2t
This popular hotel has been rcllltcd and
mproved, and Is now mio ol the most com
fortahlo Hopping places In the city. The
travelling publlo nnd person desiring
pleasant ipiariers uy uu wee or iiiuiiiiitiii
always find them at the Commercial hotel.
Kate of board havo been reuueteu as ioi-
lows: Day hoard, 4 M per week; transit,
$1 fiO por day; boaru nun lougmg, irom n
to 7 per week. R
10,000 HOLLAS WOltTIl.
John Antrim, the chlcl among Cairo cloth.
ing mon, has Just received an Invoice of
hats to the amount of ton thousand dollars.
Ml of( the latest, ncwost and "nobbiest"
ttviMstraw. felt, beaver, etc., etc., to
which ho Invites tho attention or all who
wear hat. Ills stock ot ready mado cloth
ing Is not excelled outside ol Now orHcliy.
It la worth a day's travel to see uis goons.
A colony, it now being formed ln'thls city
6o go to that dcllghtlul land. Railroad fare
la much reduced, and groat advantages are
otherwise gained Ly Joining this colony.
For futher particular apply at once to uris
U1 & Stllwe.ll, who are duly authorized local
agents for the colony. Great inducements
nro given for recruits during this month.
igE CltEAM SALOON.
As warm weather is approaching the
lovers ol Ice cream will be glad to learn that
Messrs. Saup Clarkson have fitted up ami
refurnished, In. elegant style, their ico cream
parlors.. Their mammoth soda loUBtaln has
also been put In running order, ana noiuiug
is wanting about the establishment to RHkp
th pleasure aud comlort of their patrons
On Saturday morning at tea o'clock, at the
livery stable'ol B. V. Fields, or Tenth street
between WablJsgton,' vu and 'Walnut
street, a lot el horses and rnulet, second-hand
buggies and carriages. Sale positive Per
oui wsnttng i good bargaio should not (all
to stts nd, B. r. rtRLM,
A cabinet orjrnn, a good as new, an of
tlrit-ctuaii manulacture will be o!d low and
on oy tcrnm by flrplyl"
SIM. M. .1. PKWKV,
Cor. Washington Ae. and Fotirteeiilh K
Hv n vmm.f m.in of coiiklderflblc oxpe-
rlc'itee both In dry goml and njroceiv bu4-
iicm. For further partleulirs cmpure
Ciimllff'a grocery More, Kljlilll Mlcct.
Full 8 ALU.
A home. 8 room and & closets, with otio
lot and n half, corner of Twenty-lint and
ropiar ttreoU. on cay terms, ror lurnu r
Information, apply on tho vreiulo.
Tho moH beoutlful percales, Jaconets nnd
other white dress poods ever brought to
llila market, can bo bought lor exceedingly
ow pi lec at lltirgor.
MAUKKT JtKl'OH I'.
fHICK ClUllllKNT OfKICK, 1
Thuisday evi'ning, .lima 6, IH7I.
The markitcimtlnucsdull nml Itmctlve.
Tho order trado at present Is very light,
owing In part to tho fact that prices are I
bailor sustained and rulo higher Uiim I
t'ioo of most competing markets, but
tn ire to t!i fact Hint inonoy is scarce, and
nines hard nil ovor tho country. Dull as
our market ... wu flnd by com,,.r.on wl.h
other places that wo bnvn inoro cauin for
rejoicing than complaint; corn maul balng
tho only com.nody that bus weakened
unco our last report. The woatbor is
vry hot. Tho heavy showers of to-day
0'ilv coolod the air while they lasted
Freights aro unrhsngnd.
Ctif'CorrejpiiiideiitB should bear In mind
thut our quotations represent pricos for
round lots from first hands, unless other
wlo stated, nud thit in Ailing small orders
lighur prices must bo paid fgf
FLO I It Dullnud unchutiged. Stocks
are lurgu wun no uumana except in a
small way and In Jobbing lots. Sales cm
braco 80 bids $S 26; CO bids $8 CoQO 60
l -J5 bids various grades 16 to $8, and 'SI
bills very low gradoi $3 75.
MAY There Is no domand for tlio aril
olo now on tho market. A littlo strictly
choice Timothy, not to exceed 'JO or 30
U.tis, Is consumed by the order trade.
There Is no sulo for mixed al any price.
Daily receipts lmva boon largo and tho
stock on truck and tn storo Is estimated at
nearly or nuito nino hundred tons. VI
havo no sales to report.
CORN Tlinro was somo enquiry on
Clisngo to-day for whltocorn, with no of-
fering. A few cars would soli for mill
Ing purpoies at ,42c in bulk nn track
Mlxod corn is inoro plenty, demand
light, and prices aro unchanged. Hales:
8 cars mlxod in sacks dot 48c; 1 car yel
low in sacks dol 48q 3 car white in bulk
on track sold at 4'J4'JJc, 2 cars do sacked
and del brought 60c.
OATH Tbo markot Is fully suppliod
and dull at 38c. Transactions are light
und comprise 3 cars sold in sacks del at
CORN MAEL The market Is fully
supplied. Raoeirti are liberal. Thn de
mand bu fallen -oft' and prices are weakor;
$2 10 for choico steam dried, was tho nut
sido quotation on change to-day. Sales
wero 60 bbls, H, I), delivered SJi.45; and
HRAN Very dull, not enough sollintr
to establish quotations,
"WHEAT Thoro Is no receipts aid
vory littlo domand.
MUTTER Full stock on tbo market
Prices aro unchanged, and demand small
Sales 10 packages choico northern I0o,and
20 package, do 15 to 20c.
EGOS Unchanged. Dealers wero ask
inc 12c to-day. Plenty in the markot to
meet all domands. Sales 20 pkgs 10 to 12c
CUI0KEN8 Supply only moderate
and domand fair, tialos 10 doz bans
3 603 70, and 10 doz mixed $33 26-
APPLES Thero Is a fair demand for
strictly choico at $CC SO per bbl. "Wo
nnto sales of 40 bbls choico at f nf and 2&
bbls as in quality $35.
STRAW BERRIES Scarce for tha
soason and wanted, Nono in tho market'
ed sugar-cured hams aro scarce and firm
llacou shoulders aro quotod a( 6u und Him
Cloar sides are plonty and quoted at 10c
by tbo cask.
HAMS Sugar cured ennvuttsed are
scarco and quotod at MlCo.
Plain ecu u try cured choice are quoted at
LARD Rotlnod is quotod In Hereof at
8jo and in kegs at tluc.
BREAKFAST BACON-Quotod at
DKIED FRUIT. Voryltttlo doing.
Drlod peaches are quoted at 6(3)60. and
dried apples at Co. ---
SUGAR, Active and selling at 13c for
coffee A ; 14(3)14 Jo fur crushed, powdered
TEAS. Imperial, 71 26; Gunpow
der, 7B1 25 ; Oolong black, 760$1
Young Uyson, 11 40.
CHEESE. Good demand ; New York
factory $ lb lGJ17o.
BY RU PS The demand is fair for
choico at G0i$l V gal, and New Or.
leans at 7580c.
PLAbTEHING IIAIR-360 V bushel.
LIME. lu lots $ 1 26 to 1 60 s bbl.
OKMENT. At wholesale 22 60 V
GUNNIES.-Ro-sewodJl biubols 18c;
3 bushols 20c.
IIURLAPS. 21 bushels corn, 91 ot
15Jq do 10 os loo; 4 bushel Oat 2flo; 6
bushel 2lq 6 bushel 32e.
H EES WAX.- n 30o.
SOAP. Schatffer' German mottled
7jq Champaign soap, Tic.
TALLOW. M lb fe.
COFFEE Source and firm, Java sH
Ins at 80fa32c: Lacuavra 34A36c; XT
prima to oholoa 3426e, -SROOMSDuU
at SI M ; cholea and tr ikiiNN
3 76 i ateamboat (4 60rj (JO.
FRKIGHT Cotton, compressed l
New York, 86c; to.iBsMtisR, 1.
coRipraased, to Nw Jfefjifll. M W
lOR ll" i u Wfc i.
v IAtI-To K.wOrUw
t T 1
i pound frtlghU 16o cwl;
Mrtooi whlikwtl Mnarbbl.
pound fralghUUJ mi cwtj hay $ Pr
too; whlikoy tOo par bblj pork 60c pr
SUamer, Wild Duck, New Orleani
11 .lohn Kyle, Nw OrUanl
" .tulla, Vlcktburr
11 ldlawlld, KTanivlll.
" Grand Towsr, St. Louis
" ljulckttep, Kranivlllo
" .lamei H. Illgby, St. Louli
" Oakland. Naw Orleans
lohn B. Maude, Now Orleans.
Sltamer Rddyvllte, Nashville
nty of vieksburg, vicksburc
Dick Fulton. I'ltUburc
Sam llrnwn, at Louts
Wild Duck, Pittsburs;
.lolin Kylo, HI. Louis
rlvor has fallen thirtuon
during tlio past tvrenty-four hours. Tho
weather was cloudy during a greater part
of tho day and exceedingly close and ul
try. Heavy rain storms passed 10 me
llorth and south of th. city and a dranch
lug shower lull hero during the afloruoon
.. , , , , , , ,
rim J'.hn II. Maud put offalarwo lot of I
potatoes atid sundorle for tho Ohio rlvor,
, , , . a. , , ,i i .
and left lor St Louis llght.,s
Heforo ilio arrivod ll wai ropottod that I
the John Kylo had somo cholera on board,
but If thero were any cases we failed to
una them on her arrival, she bad a
good trip of people, and each individual
seemed to bo ready and anxiously waiting
for his "hash."
Tho Mollio Elol t addoJ a Urge lot of
pig Iron hero.
O'ho Sam Brown took two barges of coa1
lo St. Luuts.
Tho Wild Duck bad two barges of iron
nro In tow.
The Oakland has a tow of empty coal
bargo and laid bora yesterday cleaning
The Evunsvillo packets bring slim trips
Captain Davo Campbell and Frod. Sil-
vortliurn huve pure!) a led a now bull now
lying at Mound City for $3,000, which
they will havo towed to St. Louis and fit
ted out for a towboat, to have fourtoen
Inch cylindors, five feet stroke The hull
of the new steamer John A. Scuddor will
bo hauled out on tho dock in a day or two.
The following wo llnd io the St. Louis
'Timos' of yesterday morning:
Captain Wm. Hambloton telegraphs
that tho steamer Mary E. Forsylbo, with
a cargo of 000 ton of ordinance ttore
irom juotinu uny to tho t'onasco a Wavy
varH wm wrack-mi fsiinnnsnd In . mi.iii
y ?. . i wrec7;e,a (uPP0el l" qull)
from .Mound City to tbo Ponascola Navy
off Chandcline island Tuesday afternoon.
soul ana cargo total loss, urow all tare.
Tho Forsytha was valued at $18,000 and
Insurod in Pittsburg and Cincinnati offices
for $ 12,000, but this Insurance only ex
tended as far a New Orleans ; at the lat
ter place sho took out extra Insurance on
hull and freight, which covered her to
Pnnsacola, but for what amount Is not
known. Sho was built at Pittsburg in
December, 1842, at a cost of $66,000, for
E i. DIx, A. Peircc, D. Cartor and Dan,
Able. Sho was 264 feet long, 40 fcot be am
and 7 feet hold, 4 bailors 28 feat long, C
inches diameter, 2 cylinder 8 fcot strong,
26 Inches diameter.
Clly HsttioauU Kamai BaUMlBf
asavBpaeial attentloa psutf to orders Irom steam
boat nlnhi or d?
ORDINANCE NO. 68.
An ordinance to amend ordiuanco No. 61.
He it ordained by the City Council ol the
City ot Cairo :
suction 1, That section 1 of ordlnanco
Ni. 61, approved April 10, 1873, be amended
by striking out the word "and on the north
erly side of (18th) Eighteenth street Irom a
ituu urawn parallel to tno westerly Blue or
tp-ni, ...,i . f. ...r ,..,. i,
to the easterly line of Cedar street.'' and ul-
so by striking out tho words "on north side
of Fourth street from Washington avenue to
n uinui street."
Approved Juno 5th, 1873.
John Wood, Mayor.
Attest: M. J. Howlky, City Clerk.
( li AJ D 'CU JN (J JflK T
X XXXllAXS ,Jsm JXJXv X
. . . -w , .
TWO NIUUTM OSLT,
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, JUNE 9 &1q
Till DISTINQUtaKD VOCAL1VT
Has the honor to announce
TWO DNIQUE VOOALltPiOITALS
Consisting of selections from classical, ope
ratlc, orutori, bravura and ballad music.
All of which will be sung, pre.
faced by a spoken prelude, by
Thcso ooneerts in which Madame
Brlnkerhoir ha been winning new
laurels on her trip this soason, are an
entirely new thing, and the Invention of tho
FAIIt OANTATMUE HERSELF
Dress Circle 75
lleaerved Seats. 1 00
Private Boxes.... ,. 6 00
Incomplete change each night. Ticket
mi. bo bad at D. Uartman's storo.
Doors open t past 7 o'clock. Concert to
commence at a o ciock. suurp.
K. LICWlS, Business Managor
GHAND FAIR AND FESTIVAL
HALL AND GARDEN
Uy the ladles of tho
ST, J03EPH GERMAN CATHOLIC
WEDNESDAY, .TUNE II, 1873.
Everybody Is Invited aud expected to be
REMOVAL OF OARBAQB.
na elty garbage gatsMrer will call at all
tha hotel and prfnclpal boarding bouM oa
WdnsidTs Md tatwday. wul sake tha
fffi12!ff;.lSt's.,ont5 Twelfth tSt
r 6 Homo Advertisements.
All hersuna Imvliiff building!!, fences nr
lumber umin tho strip of land known as the
Illinois Central railroad's 100 lect st' .p, uu.
atcd between Ohio loveo anu commercial
avenue, Cairo, Illinois, as aiso an persons
who have thrown or placed, or caused to bu
thrown or placed upon said strip of land,
any rubbish, tin cans, oyster shells, slops,
manure, garbago or other material what
ever, aro hereby notltlcd to remove tho
same forthwith and within ten days from
this date, and to forever Hereafter uenm
from mch like trespass? and nuisances up
on said land or the v and each of Uicui Will
bo prosecuted to the full cntent of the law.
HIS ILLINOIS CKNTnAL It. It. UO.
lly Green Gilbert Its Att?ys.
CaIIIO, Ills, May !!!), 1873. 6-31-71
1. It Is hereby ordered, that when any
horse, mule, cow or hog shall die within the
limits or the city ol Cairo, It shall be the
duty ot (bo owner or keeper of such animals
to nave us oouy removeu lorinwitn a tnllu
ue j onii mo my nmiix, anu nuricu in a nolo
or sufficient depth, or dlioicd of lor sotuu
uticlul puriiose, or cast Into tho river into
deep water, one-hall a mile below the clly
'1. That no person shall. In cart or wholly
till up any lot or parcel of ground within
ttie city limit. With street scrapings, ma
nure, onai, or any mui or lecuient matter.
l.n.,.m.. ..I.l..n .. - . , I l .V. -.1 . ' . 1..
a. mm mi persons Keeping sisukmm'
nuii..:., muni-, ut untile, wi umcr ui.rc.iu
wlilch atiinalsarc kcot. for either tilcusuro
or prottt, or for any piuiiosp whatever, shall
I keep the same clean and uholesomo by th
Iremovolofall manure and other oflonsivei
matter at least ance a week.
ol Cairo. May TJ. 1873.
... uiuvi vi in., uwuiu ui iivii,u ui mr VIVJT
.'N. Sf ... Wl ,U?'I
&-30-(jI. John Wood, Chairman.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
COMMieotoRRRa' OmcK, 1
Ill- U... .u I
Scaled nronosuls will bo received until
o'clock i). m.. on tbo 17th day of July ncxti
lor tbo erection and completion (above tha
bu-ciiioiit story) of the center bulldingol tbo
.Southern Illinois tnsano asylum, located nt
Anna, Union county, Illinois, e'epcrate bldsi
will be received tor .tho brick-work, and tho
prlco pcr'lOOOlaid In the wnllstatod. A bond
of two thousand dollar n:ust uccompany
cuch bid, conditioned that If the contract la
awarded, the bidder will promptly cuter In
to contract for the work so let. Tho con
tractor will be required to give bond In dou
ble the amount ol contract price, to be ap
proved by tho governor for a faithful com
pliance of the terms ot the contract.' .Plana
anu specincations win do on exumiuon at
tho ottlco ol the commissioner In Anna, on
und after tho first day of July next, where
blank proposal can be had. The commis
sioners reserve the right to reject any and,
all bids. R. It STUROR88, )
Hi ram Walkkb, tConuu
A-in lot. Jkshk IIiauop.
Scaled proposals wilt bo received at the
city clerk's office until 4 o'clock p.m. of
Thursday, the 12th day ol June, A. D 1873,
for furnishing the materials or doing the
work, or both, lor tho construction ot thn
following described sidewalks or either oC
On the southwardly side of Soventh street
Irom the westerly line of the sidewalk now
avcnue.totho easterly line of tho sidewalk
now oxlstlngon the easterly aide ot Walnut
existing on tno westerly siuo oi Washington
street, and on the northwardly side of ssld
Seventh street, from the westerly line ol the
smewaiK now existing on ine westerly uu
of Washington avenuo, to a pjlnt ono
hundred foet eastward ly from the easterly
line ot the sidewalk now existing ou Via
castwardly side of Walnut street.
Said proposals shall be directed to th)
city council, and will be opened at a meets
Ing of tho council at the time above named;
All proposals shall be mado tn accordance
with the nroTlslons. renulrenients and
specifications of ordinance No. 63, approved
April 10. A. D., 1873, which orUinance 14
now on tile in my office, subject to examlna.
lion at any time.
Tbo eltv cniinell ms-rms this rlcht I a rA
Joct any or nil bids. SI. J. IIowlrv,
Cairo, Ills., May.30, 1873. 6-31-10t
' 11 1 1 1 -ii. mmt. 4
Whereas by certain mortgage deed, com
monly called "sale moruraire." bearlnir data
the oin usy or January, a. u. ibtz, duly re
corueu in hook " on page so, in the ru
corder'i onlca of Alexander county, state of
Illinois, on the day and year aforesaid, Al
bert Wright did convey to tho undersigned
the following described real estate, situated
In the county ot Alexander ahd state ot
Illinois, viz i Tho west bait of tho north
east quarter of section our .(4), township
seventeen (17), south range two (2), west ol!
me tniru principal mcrmian, upon- tnts'ex.
nrcss condition, however, that tu case, three)
buuuiiivu, uunuvci.uiHl ill vuv lli
n promissory Rote for thst sua of two
ed dollar each, execwta.1 by aaid-Al-Vrlgbttothe
Ing even date with said aal nan lM. dtsa
and payable respecUvetV lniM, Wo .and
three year alter date" wKh tRtarett at -tha
rate of ten per cent. pra& Wat -from thew
respective data until ptfd.anonld they noi
uw ymu wwnitii(f iwriav.icnorj) mum iflic
sDouia aeimm no wade la; tbm
P."1?1 J eMB.r ot a,.d 7a?
then the ren)aluln notes ehould at MtM
kusujinaBi ur Riiiu auin waarsn n , - libb
become due and Mvatle.aad tha. i
signed mlghtfroceed aasl aU;a)H Md
esuto as by! said aaortstaa desd. nrsii
and execute to th PWeaVasci1 nr bnrasiaisi
thereof, (deeds for Ue toRfnyaRce , Isfisja C
the urerBtft told. and.V :tt K. , t i ' - ,jr
Wliereaa, 'deraiiU kavlRf been Made In.
tlio payneat of ttte t vef aald notes, anil
the wbota ot said note having thereby be
roereiore, nonce uereoj Riven, luti 0
virtue ol the tenni and couaitlons of (tid
vii luc ui uic iCi uja
Mle moriB8e. 1 wl. on Thursday the 12tb.
I jgy o juue,A.D.1873,atthe court-housa
door tn tho city ol Cairo, Illinois, at thn
hour of 2 o'clock n. m. ol said dav. nroeand
to sell to tho highest bidder for cash tho
real estate and presmises herein before de
scribed to satisfy said debt, Interest, ccits
mthI ehanrftsof siitil trust, and will .avAjinisi
?nd.d,0li:er 10 th Purc.uj??.cllOTdy,,
Cairo, Ills., May 30, 1873.
Sealed proposals will b received at the
city clerk's office until 4 o'clock p ut., of
Thursday, the 12th day or Juuc, A. 1)., 1878,.
for furnishing tho materials, or doing tbo
work, or both, for the construction o tbo
following described sldewalkr. or elther of
them, viz: On the northerly aide ol 18th
(Fifteenth) street, from the sidewalk now
existing on the wceteily side of Washington
avenue to the sidewalk now existing an the
easterly sido of Walnut street, anu on tlio
nortborly tide ot 18th' (hlghteenth) street,
from a line drawn parallel to the Westerly
side of Walnut street, and 10 (ten) feat east
erly from it to the easterly line of Cedar
street. , ,
Sealed nronosal will also be received u
above, for furnishing the materials, or doing
tho work, or both, for the reconstrncUoR or
renewal ot the following described aide,
walks, or any one or more of then, viz:
On the easier) side of Walnut street, front
Fourth street to Twentieth street t on tne
westerly tide of Walnut tretfrov Fourth
stieet to a point ttfiy feet north ol Seventh
street, and from Tenth street ,to ItrUenth
street; on the north tide of Fourth strest,
from Washington avenuo to
Walnut street; on both tide
or Fifth street from Washington avenue to
Walnut street; on the north ade of Twelfth
street from Walnut atreet to a point 1J6 feet
castwardly from Cedar street I on the south,
erly side ol Twenty-? venth rtrnt, and'on
same tide of Twenty-eighth tryet from
Commercial avenue toMr .tree! : on the
wuthildeorntteenth tre ftom Walnut
to Cedar street, and on i the west tide of
Washington avenue 'r0,"J,, ,f wf h'T-seveath