CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1873
I8 CENTRAL R R
t rrMWk-ii tt t n a an
' ' NO CBANO.'i OF OARS
FROM O41R0 TO
Ti LOUIB OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CUANQK Of OARS
. OH CAIRO TO
MtaMU, IfllMMpotl, Totdo(
Mattel!. CtTlJd, Niagara Fsllt
Kitlo. FiUahUI (, Washington.
UdMN, Phlladalpkl, New Tork.
, Boston and a poiat east.
Wlwukl. itBMTlIU, M?"MI,.l.
LaCroM, St. rau tad all poind north.
this la elsothw olj aittrt.truif to
BaeaUr, Bloomlagton, Npnnirld,
Vserle, UatacT, Keokuk,
Burtin, Rook lald, I Balls,.
Maodote, IHtoa, Freevort,
HlMMk, DnbuqiM. Hioav city,
Osmb aad all pnlnU norlhww.i.
Blegaat Drawing Room Sleeping Co,"
vn mil rsigoi iraino,
MM Cheeked" to all ImpoKaal poll'"
For tlokat and laforaaatiAa, aplr o U O. R.H
J.JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo,
CHANGE OF TIME.
P asm agar tralaii on tlio llltiinli Caulral
change llrao t-dny. From ami niter 2:10
b.hu to-day train will run an follows : -
nprcM, dally . , , ,tl:U, a. m.
MalL except Sunday . . . .4KX P. in,
Express, dally except Sunday. 3:10 p. m.
Mall, " " " ..12:00 night.
On and after Sunday, May 3.1, an excur
sion train trill be run cacti Sunday on tho
Calra aad Vlnecnnca tallroad, between
Cairo aad Mound City, as tollow :
Leave MM City. Arrive at Cairn.
8 ss. 8:2.1 n.m
: p,ta. i-M i.m.
Leave Cairo. Arrive at MM City.
B a.m. (I:'J0 a.m.
t pja. :-M p.m.
Jar for the round trip, II fly ccnti.
Cbarlcjs O. Wood, Osn'l Ticket An't.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS U. It.
On and alter Monday, ,luno II. 187a, trnlni
will run dally, except Sunday, between
Qreqotleld' landing and Slkcston, Scott
Bounty, MUtouil. na follows ;
Leave Qreenllcld'a 10:00 a.m. and Ilt.lO p.m.
Arrlre :8o " mo
Charleiton 10:40 " :io
" blketton 7.10 p.m. o-O tf
CAIRO AND VINOHNNES RAILROAD
Tralna now leave Cairo and Mound City a
Leave Cairo. Leave Mouad City.
7:ta.m. 7:10 a.m.
1 aa. l:lft p.m.
1:15 p.m. fi.-40 "
Chab. O. Wood, Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
AIBO AND V1NOENNES RAILROAD
On anil after Monday. Feliruarv a. mia.
rain on the C. and V. railroad will run na
Kx. 3ld. city
-ear Cairo 8:30 a. 111. n.l&p. 111, lo,
" aiound city.. :I0 MO " nr.
NorrlaClty.. 2:23 "
Carml U:0t '
" Mt. Cunnel.. 4:10 11
.TtraVincannei... D:lo "
"JW a. m.
M ML Carmvl
" Carml .. .
Eldorado.... 11HW '
Mound City.. 41 p. m. 7.00 a. m. lo.
kwmveualro n:os ita " nr.
Connecting at Vincenne with tho Intll
tad Evanavlllo and Crawfonlavllle railroad.;
U Mt. Cannel with tho l.oulnslllo nnd Now
Albany air line ; at Carml with tho St. Louis
tad Soutbeaatern ; at NorrlaClty tho Spring.
flald and Illinois Southeaatern ; at EUrorailu
wlta the Sbawneetown branch of tho H.
Loula aad Soutbeaatern: at Cairo 1th Ilia
Mobile aad Oblo railroad transfer boat, nnd
Uaatera for Mempbla, Itcd River, Vlcka
yiig and New Orleans.
Chab. O. Wood, Orn'l Ticket Ag't.
Jno. Lee, jr., Sup'tt.
LOCAL rTEATMKR KKl'OKT.
U. 8. BIO. SBR., UESKkVER'S OrHCf, I
Cairo, June , IH7n, 10:11 p.m. )
ThersBOBieter 7 degrees.
.Wind, calm, velocity 0 mile per
Maximum temperature last 24 hour, at
p. SB., 88 degrees.
Minimum temperaturo, last 24 hours, at
a. m., U9 degree.
ITevaUlng wind hut 24 hours, noith.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
M hour, 60.
Edwin Oakland. Observer.
C. A V. RAILROAD CHAN OK OF TIME.
OnandafUr Juno; i, and unll further.
BOtlce, express train northeust will leave
Cairo at 8:30 a.m. chab. O. Wood,
Qcn'l Ticket Ag'l
Viae white t single and double X amber
alafte aed double d Canary, best quality of
manllU, blue letter, etc., etc. M.ooo for
ale, printed atfS OOtoO M per thousand,
ai IM UIJLLKTtM OirriCE.
Te. any aad all vho deslro n fine,
.feaalne FreBeb ealf.kld, Morroco or patent
leather pair of boot, gaiters or shoos of any
r all of the latest style, William Khlcrs, on
Twentieth street, la iwadv to ftirnlsli them
, at the moat reasonable rate, and guarantees
food (WeKoodGts and perfect satisfaction
Mrs. Aana Lsaf on Eighth street, between
CeeamereUlaad WaaWagton avenues, ha
able miuinery good." 'sbo ba one hundred
t tmi ftftf dif srtnt stylet of hats and bonnets,
PMOfftOMiit Ol ribhona. flntv.
Mol all aorta, all of which wll
1 lowest prices.
E LAirVDKY Wivtiir
Cetemaa ukei ithli method of
to isaw.NM is now pre.
afwauig-, etc, done
on plain clothe.
too Arnold Is at heme again.
All kind of linen, lacct. edging', nnd
Irlmmluga of every variety at Uurger'a.
deorge Douglierty of tlie Joncaboro 'Ad.
vcrtUcr' wailn tlio city yriterdny, on 1hii
nea connected with lilt paper.
llurger h n compUto line ol horlery of
nil klndf, and cornet , colLin, cillT, eto., In
Wo hear of a down-ton n innti who aaya
there arc "make and monkeya1' in his
liooti. He might bo nblo to Mnnd tlio
tnakci; but when tboy doublo up on Mm
and both conio nt once, look out.
The enterprising merchant of Wnthlngton
avenue, Mr. Mocovlca, will until the 20th
Init,, dlipocof Ma largo atook ol good?,
notion, etc., nt coil. Call nn him If you
wnnt bargain. f)-M(
Mr. 0. 1'. I.)on na taken tcrlouly III day
bclorc ycMrrday In the afternoon, mid tip
to ycnterdny morning una very Mck. How
ever, ha was much better lavtnlght, nnd wo
hope lo aoon hear or hla entire recovery.
llurger ha Jurt received nn.l opened n
largo alock ot dnmnkrnAikln, toncllngf,
etc., etc., all of which will bo aold cheaper
tlmn they can be boliglt nnywhero clo In
The contract for lowering tlio sidewalk
nndfenco around tlio eourt-houtc, having
been awarded Mr. Richard KiUgcrald, thnt
gentleman yeatcrday began tlio work, nnd
expect to have tlio Job dono In a few ilnyn
Mr. . T. M. Mo'covlcal cloning out Bla cn
tiro atock or good nt coat. Tlio gooda
mint I10 aoid, ai Mr. 3locovlca cxpromca n
delcrinlnattoii to havo hla nhclvca clear and
ready lor hi Micco.Mor on llio 50th of .lime.
Tho ChrlmUn Union .Sunday school vie-
nlo will come off In thogroro near America
atatlon, C. & V. railroad, Tuesday tho 10th
lint. A cordial Invllatlon extended to n
who wlih to lake n part. Train leaven nt
8:.T0a.m. Fare round trip, M cent.
Now atock nnd now atyle ol wall nnncr
palnta. oil, Window glnn, olc, etc., nt II. V.
Mclga now More, Washington avnnuo and
ICIovcnth atreet. Call and aco tho latent
alylea In wnll paper before purchasing clno-
wncro. 1.1 .
llurger la now offcrlm: lor aalo a anlcndld
awortment of dres allka, .Inpancao anllinga,
etc., etc., nt tho 111 at reasonable rates.
To rent to n email family cotlago on
Tenth street, between WftuhlniHnn nml
Walnut, containing three room nnd hull.
Uaa been put In good repair, painted limbic
ami out. Door yard large nnd dry. Itcnl
12 CiO per month, madinnce. ltcrcranrua
required. Inquire at The Hui.i.ktin oillce
f- E. A. Hl'MNKTT.
A new nnd benutifit akHorinieut of grcua
dlnea are now lor aalo nt llurgurN. Call nnd
II you wnnt tho water In your chterns to
At C. R. Woodwards.
Dr. Wood nnd Mr. Hudson have them in
llurgor hasjuat received a lull lino of
summer drcaa cood of every dcserltitlon.
which will bo aold cheaper than the cheap
Mr. .1, M. Moskovic, tho enterprising
urnicr hi ury gooua, waanington !avcnuo
between Mntli ami Tenth street, oners his
largo ami varied (took of goods at cost
prices, lllsstorol full of tho choicest ot
dry goods of every vailoty nnd quality, nnd
tho prices at which ho Is dlfpo)lii ol them
nro astonishingly low. Call upon him nnd
salhfy yourself. 8-71.
KwIm muslins, tarlctons, French and Ham
burg embroideries at Rurgcr's. (Ircat bart
Mellalo Vcatcrdav arrettml iliuvn.inWn
v egctablo dealer, for tills : that In the yard
in the rear ot tho house in which he does
)UUncs. he has deposited all aorta of do.
cayed VCL-ctahlc. chicken lirmls. rnlmlla.
feathers, etc., to such au extent that tho
aicncu wnicli arises from It has become an
annoyance to tho Wholonelirlilmrlionil rniiml
about. Ho was lined :l and costs, which bn
paid. Hctvcd him right.
Senator Wnro of .lonoini 'll.'Wflu 111 Ihn
city Wednesday and Thursday last. Warn
is uuo man in ten lliousand Honest, modest
anu auio, 111 the senate lie was not promi
nent because not nolsv. but he sneedllr won
tho respect and conlldenco nf his colleagues,
anu exercised mucli Inltucnco What ho
asked for ho trot, because ovei'vlimtv Lncu-
ho would ask for no'litnir for hlinscl f or cnn.
stltucuts ho did not have n right to receive.
venro a tuorougn Ware man-every Inch
J'arasol and u laigo lot of custom mado
boots mid shoes nro aold cheap atllurga'r's
Our citizen nro again remlndod of the
entertiitnmont to bo given at tho Athcncum
on Monday and Tuckday evening uoxt. by
Madame HrlnUcrhoff. The 'Homo Journal'
speaks or her as tollows: " Madame lltluk
crhoft gavo tho entlro scene 'Scdlzloso vocl
from 'Norma,' with 'Casta Divu' and tho
Cabalctta,' following with lino effect, the
music sulttux her grand voice well In, the
first part, and exhibiting Its facility In the
trill, rtacatto and chromatic runs In tho
second." Tickets will bo aold at Mr. Dan.
Hsrtman's miction store 011 Commercial ac
This Is to inform the peopto of Cnlm that
lev, C, Uuorschner, psttor of tho (Icrman
Luthcrn church ot ihla city, has opened a
scnoui wherein both tho Herman and Ens
Halt languages will bo taucht. If there nrn
those niiiong our Amorlcnn born cltUens
who wish to have their children learn to
read, write and speak tho German language,
I hey now havo nn opportunity to gratlly
that wish. Rev. Duerschncr Is a thorough
German nnd Engllsi scholar, and will spare
no effort to niako the school of which ho is
I principal a success.
My order ol the Hoard of DinRcroits.
The street lamps on the comers of several
street are nearly covered by tho foliage of
shade tree ; souo of tho lamp posts are
noarly rotted away j some of the lanterns
aro broken, leaving the llameTxpcaed to the
wind whicn frequently mow tnein out
Whose duty I it to have tie lanterns re
S laced by new ones, snd whose duty I it to
svo the branchos of trees cW off, no that
the limp; may answer tho p'jrpose for
wnicn wcy were Mieaaear-aiia, oy uio
way, there ought to be a aTi'.at each cor
ner of tho custom-blouse square. Several
are also needed on Ccmmcr'cial arenao be
iwaett Second and Slxtk streets, and be
Vweea Eleventh and ElhteBta streets. lVTo
wbetishailwe appeal to kave thssa ktisp
revliied, and who wlU taswer. our, que.
Tho Mount Carmcl 'Register' sayst "A
fat Cairo alderman was brought before tl.e
Cndl, on Friday, for disposing of hi wnrea
without taking out a license. Fined f 10 nnd
coat." Tho only very fat alderman la Mr
lllxhy, and wo know he has not been out ol
the city for many month. Mr. Morris la
also fat, Ltit ha deals in InMii anco policies,
and vole with Nclll. It could not there
fore have been Morris. Mr. Itoblnson I
also fat, but he tlealsln rents, and how could
ho liato exposed hi wares lo tho Mount
Carmolttcs, llccnso or no llcenof Mr. Mov
ers, tho tobacconltl, Is also lot, but ho novcr
was In Mount Carmcl, and never Intends to
be. Tho other nhlcrmcn nro only compara
tively fat; and In fnct nro very lean. We
therefore concludo that tho Mount Cannel
'Register' Is n liar If not, to borrow a phram
of IholamenleilOroelcy, "ahorse thief and
Another well-llllcd bouse greeted tho .Sei
dell Irwin troupe at tlio'Athcncum last
night, and wo bcliovo every ono went away
well plonsed with the manner In which the
performance Rip Van Winkle was put
upon tho hoards. Italnforth, as Rip Van
Winkle, was nllnnd moro than could reason
ably havo bcon expected (com so young a
man, We vcnluro tho assertion that
there arc very low persons In tho coun
try who nro his superiors In this play. In
deed, every ono of tho troupe wcro fully up
to their parts, and did nobly. To-night,
which wllUie lh last penonnaneo tho com
pany will give In thl city, has been set nsldo
as a bcnctll to tlm manager, Mr. Selden Ir
win. ''Ml la not gold that glitters," nnd the
celebrated comedy "Solon Bhmglo" will
constitute tho evening's entertainment. As
this I n heiiullt lo Mr, Irwin, who bns matin
host ol warm friend during the stay ol tho
company In this city, It is hoped nnd ex
pected that n crowded bouse will grcot
Ihem 011 Hit occasion.
Wine, the secretary of tlio slate hoard of
hnrltlcs, was In the city yesterday. He had
been nt Thvbrs looking at tho poor-house,
and while hern threw 11 ghiuco or two nt our
county on J city Jails. 11 there I 11 gtod
Judge of a had poor housa or prison house
In tho country, Wines is one. Ho bns stud
ied tho subject, has gnnu down to It bot
tom and touched all Its sides. It I thercroro
unnecessary to remark hern that Wines I
down on our poor house, and shockingly dis
tressed about our Jail. Ho could not refuse
to bo, even Ifho were nn Indifferent Judg ol
uium iiuiisui ami jaii. Jim now can wo Help
It? We hnvu'l got nny money lo build bet
ter bouses, nnd we have all tho poor, and nil
tho thieves nnd other rascal of Memphis, .St.
liul and 1'nducah to care for. If Wines
could maiingo to pick tip In his travels n
model innr luiuso and three or four iinob
Jcctlouablt JaIN, nnd send them to us, wa
would be very thankful, .ludo Dross might
reduce tho express charges on them a dollar
or two, In pursuance of u habit ho has fallen
Into, but he would tuko tho buildings, and
vote V Ines tbauks nnd three cheers,
A farewell benefit toMr.Seldon Irwin wil1
bo ulven to-night, and n lino bill presented
Wo hope a full hoiiso may greet Mr. Irwin,
Ho Is a gent Ionian nnd a good actor. During
Iris several visit to Cairo ho ha nudo many
personal friend and has become a farorlto
of nearly all our play-goers. Ills company Is
composed of lino material, and I In every
way worthy of public patronage, (live hlin
a full house.
Kred Hohovonlng, drunk and disorderly,
was fined two dollars and lbs trimmings,
lie was aent to tho city Jail for three day.
Una. Jackson, for tbo same ollonso, tho
only d I Moron co being that bo was n little
drunkor than Schorcnlng, was fined threo
dollars and costs, and tent to labor on tho
treots until tho flno and costs ore paid.
Michael Sherlock, for dlsorJorly and of
fensive conduct was arrested by chief of
pollco Mellalo. Ho was fined two dollars
and trlmmlngs,whlch bo rather unwilling
In tho county court yesterday, William
Martin, county treasurer, Hied his report,
showing that 11 debit ol JJO,)75 77, and cred
its to tho amount of j,77.' H.1. The balance
in bis hands ls14,299 92. The report was
approvod and ordered filed.
Jly order of tlio court the road districts
in this district wcro re-established as follows:
Township No 17, r 1 w, nnd fractional
township lit, r I w, were constituted road
district No. 1.
Township 1" , r 3 w, as district No. 8.
Township 10, r2w, nnd fractional town
ship in, r.1 w, a district No, t).
Township IB, r 2 w, and fractional town
ship 15, r 1 w, as district No. 4.
Township la, r il w, as district No. ft.
Township II, r 1 w, a district No. i.
Township 11, r 2 w, as district No. 7.
Township 11, raw, nnd fractional town
ship 1 1, r 1 w, as district No, 8.
Tho county clerk was directed to iinko nn
cstimatoof amount of road tnx duo to each
district as ro-cslablished.
Aim otuco of highway commissioner hav
ing been abolished , the sheriff of county was
directed to poy over all road tax collected
by him to the county treasurer: and the
highway commissioners required to inako a
report ol their action at such commMoors
lo th 3 county court by tho second
Monday In July next. The county irons
urcr wns to keep 11 separata account with
each rood district of tho amount of money
received and paid out by him.
The court appointed tho lollowlng named
persons supervisors of roads In tho districts
set oppcslto their respective names:
Road district No. I, Richard Kltzgcrald.
" " " 2, Victor Tru.scll.
" " ' 3, Elijah Dlckcrson.
" " " 4, Win, J. Wllford.
" " " 5, Thomas Urown.
" " 0, (loo. W. Short,
' " " 7,Mose Jlutson.
' 8. A. J. Hunch..
Tho ejerk was directed to notify them of
Adjourned until this morning.
MATTRASSE3 FOR EVERY1IODY.
Tho undersigned wishes to Inform tlio
Inhabitants of Cairo and vicinity, that be I
still engaged In tho manufacture of matrasses,
pillows, and bolster of every dlscrlptlon.
Springs on all kind of inattrasscs renovated
and rcllllcd. Upholstering and varnishing
done, also carpets laid and window shades
bung. Old sofas nnd chairs reseated, nnd
spring mattrassos repaired. Cushions for
church pew mado to order. Also I keep
constantly on hand mattrasses to tit all
sizes of bedstead or lounge. Order for
hotel and boarding house promptly filled
by caUIng at G. W. Whltlock ft Bon, comer
of Tenth street and Wasnlogton avenue.
Orderi for work left thero to bo done wlh
be promptly attended to. Also at ray shop
opposite the slaughter bouse on the Mis
sissippi levee, work done with neatness
end dispatoh. O, W. Hicks,
(H-6t Mlstlttlppl jevf, Cairo in.
PfiANTKnS' TOUAl'50 WAltR.
SALE OF TOHACCO YESTERDAY
OAIRO AH A TOIJACOO
Itii cortainly not a wild prophesy to
sny that tlio llrno '( como when Cairo
will bo ono of tho best tobacco market
In tho country. Thero tro roaions to sup
port sucli a conclusion that will Improis
thoniiolvos upon tho mind of tho Intolllgenl
parson who npproclntcs tbo location of
Cairo, with rospoct alike to the, great to
bacco regions of tbo South and South
west, tho tobacc-1 u nulacturlng cities of
HI. LouIj, Chlcsgo and Detroit, and the
great avonties of trado and travel bolween
tba South and tho Northeast and Atlnntlc
Tobacco can bo shlppod from Cairo for
St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit, Now York or
Iloiton at lower rata than thoso fixed
from 1'nducah, Clnrksvlllo, ErnnivlUo or
Tobacco buyers from tho titles of lb
Northwoit can attend sale in Cairo and
return homo within thirty-six hour.
Their ullondunco upon tbo salos of any
other market would Invotvoa loss of four
or flvo days, and. an outlay of money lo
Tobtcco from all the surrounding
country can bo collected In Cairn at a loss
co-t than would attend It carrlngn to any
No chargo It mado lor driyagaln C.ilro
and tobacco I haulod hro as cheaply as
at any point In tho United States.
Tho sato ycitordny comprised about
f0 hogsheads, mostly of low grades. Tho
attendnnco at tho sale was good, and every
hogshond ofl'crod was promptly taken at
good and satisfactory prices, l'rlcus
ranged from f J 05 to $10 DO. There wero
NEW l'HOTOOItAI'H GAM.IIIIY.
Mr. .1. .k'ehlcslngcr, tho celebrated photop
rnpher of this city, has removed from hi
old stand to hi splendid hew gallery 011
Eighth street, north side, between Comracr
clal and Wellington avenue. This now gal
lery far surpassc anything of the kind that
has heretofore been seen In Cairo. It Is
lilted up In the best si) lo, with tho Intention
of doing nothing but perfect work. Tho
lidlca' drawing room labcniitllully furnished,
and tho operating room has a skylight, un
surpassed by any lu the West.
Mr. Siiileslngcr hope 1 1 many friends, who
hao heretofore given to him their patron
ugc, will contlnua th-lr favors. To them
and tho public generally ho extends nn In
vltatlon to visit his rooms, whether desiring
work dnno'nt present or not, satisfied that
tlio appearance of his gallery, tho many con
vcnlcncca ho has procured Indeed, all the
latest Improvements In his art and tho skill
of nn operator of great merit, lately of Lon
don, Mr. Frank Locke Steele, will command
their patronage when they shall need work
to be done. (i-1-lw
Tills popular hotel has been refitted and
mproved, and Is now one of tbo most com
lortablo stopping places lit the city. Tho
travelling publla and persons desiring
pleasant quartvra by tho week or month,wlll
always llnd them at the Commercial hotel.
Rates of board havo been rcducted as fol
lows: Day board, tl 60 per wookj transit,
1 no per day; hoard and lodging, from fft
to (J7 per week. tf
10,000 DOLLAS WORTH.
John Antrim, tho chief among Cairo cloth
ing men, has Just received an Invoice of
hats to tho amount of ten thousand dollars.
All nf tho latest, newest and "nohblctt"
styles straw, felt, beaver, etc., etc., to
which ho Invites tho attention of all who
woarhats. Ills stock of ready mado cloth
ing Is not excelled outstdoof New York city.
It I worth a day's travel to sco his goods.
ICE CREAM SALOON.
As warm weather Is approaching the
lovers ot Icq cream will bo glad to learn that
Messrs. Saup tfcClarkson havo tltted up und
refurnished, In elegant stylo, their Ice cream
parlors. Their iniimmotli soda fountnln has
also boon put lu running order, nnd nothing
i wanting about the establishment to make
tho plcasuro nnd comfort of their patron
On Saturday morning nt ten o'clock, at the
livery stable of II. F. Fields, on Tenth street
between Washington avenue and Walnut
st roc t, a lot ol horses nml mules, second-hand
buggies and carriages. Sale positive. Per
sons wanting n good baignln should not fall
to attend. 11. F. Firi.ns.
A cabinet orguu, as good as now, and of
tlrst-clas manufacture will be aold low nnd
on easy terms by applying to
JIrs. M. .1. Dewev,
Cor. Washington Ave. and Fourteenth Ht.
Ily :i young .man of considerable expe
rience both In dry good and grocery busi
ness. For further particulars enqulru at
CundlfT grocery store, Eighth street.
A house, 8 rooms and 5 closets, with one
lot and n half, comer of Twenty-first and
l'oplar streets, on easy terms. For further
Information, apply on tho premises.
The most beautiful pccales, Jaconet nnd
other white dress good ever brought to
tula market, can bo bought lor exceedingly
nwprl ces at llurgor's.
Stcsmor Longworth, Cincinnati
" Groirer. St. Louis
Richmond. New Orleant
Kattie lllcler, Arkanss I Ivor
1' W Strader. St. Louis
Arkansas Belle, Kvaniville
Capitol City, St. Louis
Hover and tow, Oblo river.
Steamer Kettle Higler. Clnulooat
" Capitol City, yiektburg
" Grand Tower, Ifempbi
" Julia, St. Louis
" Longwortb, New Orleans
" Idlewlld, Kvansvllle
" Oakland, Pittsburg
" Richmond, IvBville
Tha OMo river haa fallen about slits In
Inchet lnce six o'clook Thursday aver.,
log. snd Is still rocedlag at about tlio
The UlislMippl il rlilPg st t. Irfuli,
having cAme up six Inches In tbo twsntjr.
four hours ending last night.
Rutin! on tho landing It becoming a
little more brlek than for two or three
weoks pan. UoHiver. business 1 by no
meons what might be tormcd good.
The renort that ih Andv Johnton hsd
exploded her boilers, betwoen St. Louis
and Alton, ia not true.
TbtQreat Kopubllc will leaveSt. Loul
for Now Orleans to-morrow mornlngi
Tho stcamur nichmond left yesterday
for Louisville. She had a good pattonger
list, and considerable freight.
m 1 ,lnier Lnuisvilla toui ner turn n
OInolnnall AVodnctday, to load for Now ,
Orleeni to theOhaa. liftman for$00. !
Steamboat man lnimtln In carrT ex-
curtlon partloi Ihia n.mmit are referred
to lecMon 48 of the steamboat laws, which
prescribe that parsons shall prrcure a per
mit from the local inspectors. Falluro to
comply with the law will tubjoct the of
fender to a penalty of $10 for each pncn
per above tbo number allowed who shall
ba errrled bv tha hn.
neariV all boats arriving frnnl NnW
Orleans bring nood loads of rastooBers,
moit of theto pooplo aro coins to tho
northern lakes to anum) this anmtnar.
The Marv Alio ltl tnKt. T.iult for
Now Orleans to-mnrrnw mornlnir.
The Grafton Stone company have old
to tbo Grand TOwor Biir Muddy Coal
company the model barge Belli Farrlng
ton for $5,000 cash. The barge wat built
last year and i 160 feel Ions and 30 feet
Hiram Hill, tho diver It at Onlconda
looking after the wreck of a steamer lying
in tne river near tnit plnco.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
a raro cbnnco 1 onercd lo aomo intn
with money to Invest In good paying
proporty In tho most deilrablo part of tho
city. Two lots, BO foot front on the ave
nue, homo 3 stories. Two large itores
can be fitted up on tho first floor, the up
per itoritt are woll arrangod for ofllce or
dwolling. For further particulars en
quirt of Joiik Q. IIarman A Co ,
ti-l-tf Real Ettato Agents, Cairo, Ills.
PHIL. HOWARD, -
Mir aUonal h.aaliaiBf,
aaa.i'peeial allanlioa paid tnordara Irom titan
boat ilihl ordav
TM'tt tiliiUTH OMI.T.
MONDAY AND I UE J)AY, JUNE 9 & lo
TUB D1vri.V(lt!lSEI VOCAI.IlT
Has the honor to nnnounro
TWO UNIQUE VOCAL RECITALS
Consisting of selections from classical, ope
ratic, oratori, bravura and ballad music.
All or which will be sung, pre
faced by a spoken prelude, by
These concerts inwhlehMadame
llrlnkcrhoff ba been winning new
laurels on her trip this season, aro an
cntiroly now thing, and the Invention or the
IV.iR OANTATIUOE HERSELF
Dresn Clrclo 7.1
Reserved Seats Ill)
l'rivato Hoxes i.. o 00
J3TCoinploto chango each night. Ticket
may be had at D. Hartmnn's store.
Doors opon 1 past"7 n'clock. Concert to
commence nt 8 o'clock, sharp.
E. LEWIS, iiuslnes Managor
GHANJ) FAIR AND FESTIVAL
HALL AND GARDEN
Ily tho ladles of the
ST. JOSEPH GERMAN CATHOLIC
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1873.
Everybody is Invited and expected to be
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Offlco over First National bank. 3-10-3ra
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OfUcc over First National bank. 3-IMni
GREEN & GILBERT,
OOUNSBLOHS AT LAW.
William H.Orasn, 1
William B Gilbert, V
assr-BpKMa. atUatioa glvaa to idmlialtr aad
0FFIOB OHIO LBYBB, BOOMS 7 AJTD I OTBB
OITT BATIOBAL HAWK
JAMES II. SMITH,
Real Estate Agent.
Will buy and sell all kind of real estate,
pay taxes, rent houses, make collections and
MONEY TO LOAN.
20,000 In sum of 500 to 2.000 on im
proved real estate security in Cairo.
, Stores, manufacturing establishments,
dwellings and furniture. Hulls aud cargoes
insured at reasonable ratosln first-class com
panies, Orrici : No. 80 Onto Lbvii.
fi-18 tf. OAIRO, ILLS.
JOHNSON k BILLINGSLY,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS
Tweuth Etvaes Berweasj
An nrcnarad in An all kinds mt WOTk tB
heir li no In first-da, workmaa-1 .t.Zl
end at m reasonable retee as aay -r
citv. au o roars auaaaea as
bare of the pubUo tHtroasgsi
Corner Twelfth street snd Washington Ave
J. C. HUELS,
(Late of SL Louis,)
BOOK HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
lll.AMv 'tnflKS of everv descrlntloii done
with neatness nnd dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at short notice, lllbles, Music.
Mtuazlncaand l'erlodlcals bound neat and
ai tlm Inu'ntt tmaslhle rates.
;ounty work, such as Record, Docket
Fis Hooks. Illank, etc., mado a rpeclallty
Moxes, Pocket Rookt, Enve lopes, eto
a vie to order 11-24 U
aTjTroe. m. d7
Itnvln? nerrauiieiitlv located ill Calro.tendcr
his profcsslonablo services to tho Inhabitant
ot tbo city anu vicinuy.
liostdeiico and offlco (for the nrescnt) cor
ner Walnut and Twenty-first streets, where
he may bo consulted nt nil hour. li-5-Cm.
R. 8. IJRIGHAM, M. 1).,
Homeopathic l'lirstclaii and Hiirceon. Of.
Ilco 1W Commercial avenue. Reslilenco cor
tier ol Llcvcntli and Cednr street. U-R-tf.
DR. I). C. TABER,
Will resumo tho practice ot bis profession
with especial reference to the electrica
treatment ot diseases In all tne new and lm
nroved methods of aDnllcatlon.
In all case of female complaint a ady
win no in attenaance.
Office, 128 Commercial avenue, up stair
II. WARDNER, M. D.
Office and Residence 111 Commercial avc
nuc, (next door to tho Athcncum).
WILLIAM R. U911TH, M. D.
K8IDKNGK No. II TnirtMalh ilmt, ba
it, iro waaningion avaan aaa wojbui iri.
jnioe ijouomiiiarciai STanaa, np staira.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
aKSIDKNOK-cornarNlnth and Walnut at,
OBica eoinar btxtk atreat aad Ohio 1T
uaie noura ironi s a.m. io ia m ana p.m
DR. G. E. DOUGLAS,
A constant suddIv ol euro Nitrous Oxide
Gas, for the painless extraction of teeth, at
tho Dental Rooms or Dr. Douglas, successor
to nr. a. m. Austin, Kigntn street. o-iti
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF
CIIILLH AND FEVER. DUMB AGUE
OR ANY CORN Or INTERMIT
l'UE ORE Ai EST DISCOVERY OF THE
There are no disease so debilitating In their
cnectttipon mo constitution a tne auovc
and nono more difficult to cure by the usual
modo of practice. Tbo Fever and Actio l'ow
der will effect a cure In case ot tbo longest
standing a well as prove a preventative in
tho forming stage ot the diseased. Being
purely vegetable, tboy act with certainty on
tho disease, totally eradicating it from tho
system, and prevent a return at any future
Whv waste vour money and health In try.
Ing overy modiclne you bear of, when
Thompson's Fever and Aguo powders have
ncTcr laiicu to cure me until in any case.
REASONS WHY THEY ONLY SHOULD
Their reputation iscstabllsbed. Thousand
of testimonial have been received, showing
tnaituese powuers navo pcnornicu raimcie
n curing case of long standing, many of
them considered hopeless.
There is no risk In taking them. They
contain nothing Injurious, nnd, therefore,
none ol tho lingering diseases to often tho
result ot tho many nostrum ot the day
I'hvslclans recommend them as superior to
quinine or nny other known remedy, for
tney leave tlie system in a ncaiiny.siaie, anu
wo paucnt oeyonu ine prouauimy oi a re'
1IEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. Tho
fonuiue aro put up In square tin boxes.with
UOMPSON'S FEVER AND AGUE l'OW
DER8 stamped on tbo lid, nnd the slgnnturo
oi l iioMrsoN cc ubaw ford on tuo wrapper.
rono oiner can possibly no genuine,
TDK O.KBAT XXTXRNAL BXMXPT FOB
RHEUMATISM, N RURAL
GIA, SPRAINS, ETC.,
qood ron max or measi
This liniment has earnod for Itself a repu
tation unequalled In tho history of external
annlicatlons. lew Tbouaanita who now inf.
fer Irom rheumatism, neuralgia, etc., would
find Immediate relief from all pain by using
this certain remedy. It la equally effectual
in cuts, burns, scalds, stiffness of the neek,
sore throat, swellings, Indentation, Irost
bites, pslns In tb)- side, or back, bites ol spi
ders or sting of Insect.
One rubbing will, In ell case, glvo imme-'
dlato relief, and alow applications a com
On account of it powerful penetrating
properties it I beyond doubt the eurest rem
edy for tbo most trohleaome diseases to
whieh none and cattlo are liable. It cures
acratcbes, old and froh cut orsorcs. chafe
produced by tbo collars or saddles, iujurie
caused br nails or splints cnterinc the flesh
or hoof, bruise, sprains, twecney. spavin
inrusn, ana an uiasaaoa nuitu uesiroy TOO
hoots or bone ol the feet.
gjE-Full dtiectlont accompany eachjjot
tlo. The abovo are prepared onlv hv
141 Markot Street, Philadelphia,
And sold by itorekecper generally through-
PARKER ft BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINT8
rstttft Baesatste, UaMiia.
windovt a-Xj jk.es a.
44 the celebrated lUoauaatlai
REMOVAL OF GARBAGE.
Tlid rttv irnrliairn fratlmrer Will Call at nil
the hotels and principal hoard'ng house on
weunetuays anu Saturdays, win " urn
round of the cttr south of Tweinh street
on Monday and Thursday, and nortA ot
Tweitn Itreet on juesuay anu r
St .lonN GLADrfEY, WJ usiiier.
TRESPASSERS It NUISANCES I '!
All nersona havina- tiulldlnaa. fence or
lumber Uion tba strip of landkuown as the
Illinois Central railroad's 100 icet atrip, situ-
aicu ueiweni smu iotco ana commercial
avenue, Cairo, Illinois, as also all persons
who havo thrown or placed, or caused to bo
thrown or placed upon said strip of land,
any runuisu, im cans, oyster tucit. (lops,
manure, garhsgo. or other material what
ever, aro heteby .notified to rcmovo tbo
same forthwith and within ten daya from
this date, and to. forever hereafter desist
from such like trespaste and nuisances up
on nam unu or wov anu eacn oi ttiom will
bo prosecuted to tlio full entcnt of the law.
i HE H.UXOI8 VENTRAL K. II. CO.
Ily (ireen A Gilbert it Att'ya.
Caiho, Ills, May '29, 1873. B-31-71
NOTICE TO CONTBAOl'ORS.
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, )
ANNA, Ills.. May 14, 1S73. )
Scaled nroposals will be rccclveil until t
o'clock p. ui., on the 17th day of July next,
lor tne erection ana completion (above tho
basement story of the center bulldlngof the
Southern Illinois Insano asylum, loeateil at
Anna.iUnlon county, Illinois. ' Scperate bids
will be received for the brick-work, and tho
price per 1000 laid in the wall stated. A bond
or two thousand dollar must accompany
each bid, conditioned that if the contract .s
awarucu, tue uiuuer win promptly enter It,,
to contract for the work ao Ictr The con
tractor will be required to give bond In dou
ble tho amount ot contract price, to be ap
proved by the governor for a faithful com
pliance of tho term of the contract. Plan
and specifications will bo on exhibition nt
tho otneo ot the commissioner la Anna, on
nnd after the first day of July next, whero
blank proposals can bo had. The commis
sioner reserve tho right to reject any and
all bids. .It. 11. Sturgess. 1
1HRAM Walker, V Com.
M& lot. Jesse Bishop. I
Scaled proposal will bo received at the
city clerk's ofllce until 4 o'clock p.m. ot
Thursday, tho 12th day oi June, A. D., 1873,
for furnishing the material or doing the
work, or both, for tho construction of the
following described sidewalk or either of
On the southwardly side of Seventh street
from tho westerly lino or the sidewalk now
existing on tho westerly aide of Washington
avenue, to tho easterly line ot the sidewalk
now existing on the easterly side of Walnut
street, nnd on the northwardly side oi raid
Seventh street, from tho westerly line ol the
sidewalk now existing on the wosterlyeido
of Washington avenue, to a point' one
hundred feet eastwardly from the eaaterly
line ot tho sidewalk now existing" en the
eastwardly aide of Walnut itrcct.
Said proposals shall be directed to the
city council, and will bo opened at a meet
ing of the council at the time above named.
All proposal shall be made In accordance
with the provisions, requirements and
specification nf ordinance No. 53, approved
April lo, A. D., 1873, which ordinance 1
now on file In my ofllce, aubject to examina
tion at any time.
Tho city council reserves the right to re
Jcft any or all bids. M. J. Uowley,
Cairo, Ills., May 30, 1873. &-31-10t
date V rn.
corded In book '-K" on nasta fin. In Uia r.
corder ofllce of Alexander county, atato ot
Illinois, on the day and year aforesaid, Al
bert Wright did convey to the undersigned
the following described real eitato, situated
in the county ot Alexander and etate ot
Illinois, viz : Tha west half of the north
east quarter of section four (4), township
seventeen (17), south range two (2), wast ot
the third principal meridian, upon this ex
press condition, however, that lu case three
certain promissory Bote for the aum or two
hundred dollars each, executed by (aid Al
bert Wright to tlie undersigned, and bear
ing oven date with said sale mortgage, due
and payable respectively In one, two and
three year alter dato with Interest at the
rate of ten per cent, per annum from their
rcspectivo dates until paid, should they not
bo paid according to the teaor and effect
thereof, and should default be made In the
payment o I either of said notes when due.
mcu mi re iv tuning note aaouia at once
become duo and payable, and the' under-
thereof, deed for the convey la fee of
tbepremlae cold, and, '-i
Whereas, default kavlag be raasfe" in
the psymcnt of the first or said aetee, and
the whole of eald note having thereby be
come due aad pavable. row,
Therefore, notice 1 hereby given, that hv
virtue ol the .term aad condition of said
sale mortgage, 1 will, o; Thursday the 12th
day ol June, A. D. 1878, at the eourt-hauie
door In the city ol Cairo, RUaels, at thc
hour of 2 o'clock p. m. ! aatd dy7proceed
to sell to the highest bidder foY.cuk the
real estate and presailMs Iwreta before de
scribed to satisfy eald debt, Inteteet, costs
and charges of said trait, sad WW eieetito
and deliver to the purchaser a deed or deeds
lucreioro. iouis 40
Cairo, Ms., May 90, 1879.
Sealed proposal will be received at the
city cltrk' office until 4 o'clock p.m., of
Thursday, the 12th day of Juno, A. D., 1879,
for furnishing tlie material, or doing tbo
work, or both, for the construction of the
following described lidewalk. or either ol
them, viz: On the northerly aide ol 1Mb
(Fifteenth) street, from the sidewalk now
existing on Die westerly side ol Washington
avenue to the sidewalk now existing on tho
easterly aide of Walnut itreet, and on the
northerly side ot 18th (Eighteenth) itreet,
from a lino drawn parallel to the westerly
Ide of Walnut itreet, and 10 (ten) feet east
erly from It to the easterly lino of Cedar
.Healed proposal will alio be received as
above, for furnishing tho snaUrial, or dola?
the work, or both, for the reconstruction or
renewal ol the following described side
walks, or any one or more or them, vis:
Onthecasterl) sldo or Walnut street, from
Fourth street to Twentieth street: on tno
wetterly side or Walnut streot from Fourth
street to a point flflyreet north ol Seventh
street, and Irom Tenth (treet to Fifteenth
street ; on the north side or Fourth street,
from Washington avenue to
Walnnt itreet) on both aides
or Fifth street Irom WsshlBgton avenue to
Walnut streot: on the aorta elde or Twelfth
street from Walnut itreet to a ponrt ISA feet
outwardly from Cedar (treet ; on the eouth
erly ride of Twenty-seventh itreet? and on
same side of Twenty-eighth itreet from
Commercial avenue to ropier itreet j on tbo
loutb tide of Fifteenth itreet 'from Walnut
to Cedar street, and on the wett lido or
Washington avenue from Twenty-seventh
itreet to West Twenty-eighth street.
Said proposals shall be directed ta the city
council, and will bo opened at a meeting ot
the council at the time above named,
All proposals shall be made in accordance
with the provision, requirement and speci
fication or ordlnanco No. ol, approved
Anril 19. A. D. 1878. which orduuacala now
on file in ay ofBce, aubjeot to examination
at anv tlm.
. The city council reserves the right to re.
Jeet any or all bids. M. J, Uowley.
r . . t a mar aba jiia mi -
uaixu, jut., aay v, joiw. sjut uenc,
BM SUM IT T. Cfaat, yTim,
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