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ILLINOIS CENTRAL K U
MO) ' also ftfcartatrt HoaM
TO ST. LOUIS
MO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
OM UAIRU TO
Ctnel&aaii, i litDttsollt, Tole-to,
Detroit, Oleerlaod, Nlrra Pall
Buffalo, t'ltlfliUiK, Wvhlncton.
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New fork.
Batten and til points east.
MliwMkt, Jeneasllle, Madison.
LaOreeee, 81. Paul ud til point! north.
' ihiale alto the eel) dlrrtl t'tino
.Deettar, BloomlDftoa, Rpnnield,
P'ortt, tluiocj, Keokuk,
fcurhagtoa, Aock Island, La Utile.
Maadota, Ihxon, Freeport,
Deltas, Dubuque, flout oity,
Oaths tod til point northwest.
Decent Drawing Room Sleeping Ca
On all Night Tnini.
Btggafe Cheeked 10 til Import tot points.
Tot tlektlt tad infarmttinD, tpply to I. 0. H.h
depot .t tiro; on board ine transit steamer be
iwu Oolumbue end Ctlro, tnd tt tne prfoclp
rtllrot i ticket offloi throughout the touth.
W. P.JOtlN-dN. QVn'l Se;'l, ChlctiO.
A. Mrtcatu. Oeo'l Bup'l. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIME.
Passenger trains on the Illinois Central
change time twlay. From ami alter 2:10
' p. in, to-day trains will rim as follows :
kxnress. dally .,..fl:1Rn. m.
HalL except Sunday ... .4:00 1. in,
impress, dally except Sunday.. 2:10 p.m.
Mall, " " " ..12:(J night.
On and a'ter Sunday, May 25, an excur
tlon train will be run each Sunday on the
Cairo and Vlncennca lallroad, between
Cairo and Mound City, at follow :
Leave M'd City- Arrive at Cnlro.
8 a.m. 8:25 a.m
4:30 p m. M p.m.
Leave Cairo. Arrive at MM City.
0 am. 0:30 a.m.
0 p.m. liiM p.m.
Fare for the round trip, liny cent.
Charles O. Wool), Ocn'l Ticket Ag't.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS R. R.
On and alter Monda) , June 0. IST3, trains
will run dally, except Sunday, between
OreinUeld'a landing and Slkciton, Scott
eounty, Missouri, ai follows:
Leave Orecutield't 10:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Arrive " VM " " f:le
Charleston 10:40 " C:10 "
" Mkeston 7. 10 p.m. 0-0 tf
CAIRO AND VlNOo.sNES RAILROAD
Tratna now leave Calio and Mound City aa
Leave Cairo. Leave Mood City.
7:45 a.m. 7:10 a.m.
U m. 1:15 p.m.
(:15 p.m. 6:40 '
cuas. O. Wood. 0n'l Ticket Ag't.
..AIRO AND VtNitiNNES RAILROAD
On and alter Monday, February 3, 1873,
taint on the C. and V. railroad will run us
are Cairo 8:30 a. 111.
Mound City.. 8:10 "
" Eldorado .. 1:35 p. in,
" Carial 3:U1
u Mt. Carmel.. 4:0 "
Tlre Vinceunes .. 6:to
ear Vlncennes. . "M a. m.
" Mt. Carmel . S:22 '
" Carrol ... b.55 "'
" Norru City . .10:UJ "
' Eldorado ...11:UJ "
.VK.p. 111. Ic.
b-M " ar.
" Mound City.. 4:33 p. ra. 7:00 a. m. lc.
ajrtveuairo o.tw ita " ar.
Connecting at Vlncennea with the hull'
jupolls aud Vincetiue,Obloanil Mlssl-slppl,
ind Evansvllle and CrawConlsvlUe railroad).;
Ml. Cartnel wuu me Louisville aim Miw
Vlbanv air line: at Carml with the hi. Lou
nil Southeastern : at N'TrWCItv tho SurliiL'
leld and Illinois southeastern ; at Eldoral
with tbt Sbawueelowu branch ol tin- t
Loula and Soulhearteru; at Cairo with ha
Mobile and Ui.lo railroad transfer boat, u
teamen for Memphla, lied Uler, Ylck
burg and New Orleaiu.
Ciita. O. Wood, Ocn'l TlcVct Ag't.
Jno. Lks, JK., Sup't.
LtKML rVEtrilrlR HKl'OiCr.
U. S. Sio. Sbh., ubsrkvkh'h orrick,
Caiko, Juno 7, IsiJ, 10:11 p.m.
Thermometer 77 degrees.
wind, cairn, velocity o mile pi
Maximum temperature last 21 hours, at
4 p. m., 60 degrees,
Minimum temperature, last U hours, at
0 a. ic., ts degrees.
Prevailing wind last 24 hours, cait.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
U hours, Si.
Edwin Oakland. Observer.
Mrs. II, I. Hum wishes to Inform her
patrons aud the ladles ol the city generally,
that she hu remued her dress-making
rooms. No. Ut to No. 105, next door to the
Athe&eum, up stairs. im
Fine white; tingle and double X umber
eingte and double X Canary, licet quality ol
manllla, blQe letter, etc., etc. hO.OOo for
ale, print! at 3 b0 to G 50 per thousand,
at the Hulletin Orncc.
To any and all who desire a fine
genuine French calf.kld, Morroco or patent
leather pair of hoots, gaiters or shoes of any
or all of the latest style, William Khlers, on
Twentieth street, la ready to furnish them
at the most reasonable rate, and guarantee
good stock, good Ut and perfect sutlslactlon.
5-1 4-1 m
Mn. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial aad Washington avenues, has
Just opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery goods, She has one hundred
Md Orty different styleeof bats and bonnets,
Beside a large assortment of ribbons, flow
re and noUoru ol all sons, ull of which wll
bo sold at the lowest prices.
FINE LAUNDUV WORK.
Mr. Lottie Coleman lakes this method of
lBfonaiBg tbo public that she is now pre.
are to do all ktnus of fine laundry work, at
cheap rates. rRlUng, crlmplug, etc, done
I email advaaee per doxen on plain clothes.
Vaaillles and Individuals will tltid It lo their
MTOBtage to tako their clothes to Mrs. Cole
agam. Residence on Fourth street, south
M,btwoa WMhiBfteB and Commercial
All klndi of llneni. laeei, cdgingi, nd
trimmlruji of every variety at Burger'.
Read In another column the advertliement
of Mr. Marx Roller, piano tuner and re
pairer. He remain! only a few dayi longer.
Burger haa complete lino ol hosiery o,
all kinds, and concts, collar, cliffs, etc., in
unl mlted variety.
Wo are being congratutatod Irom every
quarter on our etcape I rum the hands of the
g tost catchers, hut we don't Icel proud, It
U our misfortune to he lortunnto In nuuh
mitten. Wo can't help being.
llurgcr has Just rcccltcd nido.icncd a
large etoca ol damasks, napkin;, toweling),
etc., etc., all ol wh ch will be sold cheaper
than they can ho bought nnywhero cNc In
The enterprising merchant of Washington
avenue, Mr. Mocovlci, will until the 'JOth
Inst , dispose of hit large stuck ol goodr,
uotlcus, etc., at cot. Call on III in II you
want bargains. Ol-tl
Stuart A Guolion call attention to an ele
gant line ot sah ribiionln plain, gron grain,
and plaldi. Also a full Hue of rlbhnii In
all culora and widths, which they on" r at
uuuiitallr low prices. 0-S -t
New stock nnd new styles ol wall paper
paints, oil", window gluss, etc., etc., at II. 1'
Meigs' new store, Washington avenue and
Eleenth street. Call and see the latest
styles In wall paper before purchasing rl-e
Mticrc. 4-1 -
Probably the largest audience that lias
greeted the Selden Irwin troupe dining
llielr present engagement In thl city, whs
that of Inst night. The playing on nil hands
was excellent and elicited round nller round
Stim-t A- (Iholsuu cull attention to a Hue of
colored piques, in new and elegant ctfect.",
which lliey otter at prices below the cost ol
transportation. Our Mock of white livery
lirge and our prices cannot fall to please.
The business card of (1. M. Aldcn & Co.
appears in our columns this morning. We
are acquainted with both mcmbirs of the
llrm, and know them to be tlrst-clavs bu-l-ncss
men. We havo no doubt the firm will
obtain their sharo ol tlio flour and commo
There was a large number of farmers nnd
farmers' wagons to be seen on our etrceta
yesterday. In the vicinity of the grocery
stores about tho court-hotup, between three
and four o'clock In the afternoon, not less
than n dozen wagons were to be ncen at one
Andrew Cain has ecu appointed county
constable to servo out tho unexpired term
of the late Constable Oco. Y. Weldou, who
was stabbed to death by the negro Thomas.
Cain Is, and will be n good and faith ul olll
ccr. A better selection could not have bet a
llurgcr Is now ottering lor sale a pplcndld
assortment ot dress silks, Japanese Milting-,
etc., etc., at the m ist reasonable rates.
At about one o'clock last n.'ght a row oc
curred at tbo colored bull on tbo corner of
Tenth ttreet and Washington avenue. A
negro named Schut struck a colored
woman Who reiused to no home with htm.
After striking her, he ran, and was pursued
und raptured on Walnut -street, near
Ninth, and locked up.
To rent to a small family cottage on
Tenth street, between Washington and
Walnut, containing three rooms und hall.
Has been put In good repair, painted inside
and out. Door yard large nnd dry. Unit
tl'2 M) per month, in advance. References
required. Inquire at Tiik IIi'llktin ntllce.
tf. 1.'. A. IIUHNKIT.
Hacks lor the Cairo, Arkansas nnd Texas
railroad, starling from White & Greer's
tt ire, comer ot Sixth street and Ohio loec,
run as follows:
Leave nt S a.m.
" . 4 p.m.
Arrive In city at 10 a.m.
C-S tf John MitvEnt, Agent.
It you waut the water lu our cisterns to
Aver 'a pateut
At C. It. oodward's.
Dr. Wood and Mr, Hudson have them In
use. fi-5 Gt
llurgcr has Just rcccltcd a lull lino ul
summer dress goods ol every description,
which will be sold cheaper than tho cheap
est. Mr. J. M. Moakovics, the enterprising
dealer In dry goods, Washington avenue
between Ninth and Tenth streets, offers his
large and varied stock of goods at eo-t
prices. Ills store Is full of the choicest of
lry goods ol every variety and quality, and
the prices ut which he Is disposing of them
arc astonishingly low. Call upon him and
jlUfy yourself. t: tf.
e I be next regular communication of
pS Cairo Lodge No. 237 A. F. ami A. M.,
will be held to-morrow (Monday) evening, nt
71 o'clock, tliurp, Ihc members or lie. la
Lodge No. WS are particularly requested to
be present us business connected with the
celebration ol St. John's duy (June 21) will
be under consideration.
II. F. III. ARE, Secretary.
Members of Delta lodge No .Vs are
requested to attend the regular meet
ing of Cairo lodge No. 237, lor special busi
ness, Monday evening, JutieU
W. A. SLOO, Secretary.
A new and beautil'u assortment of grena
dines aro now lor mlc at llurgtr's. Call and
Sluart A Gholson will show this week nn
entirely new line of Fancy Goods nnd No
tions bought for the summer trade, eon-hu
lug ol coibruldurics, luces, ribbons, neck
ties, fane, parasols, perfumery, fancy soaps,
collars and collerrttes, kl.l gloves, trimmings.
Ac, which they offer at the usually low ami
uniform range, ol prices which ha- given such
a decided character to their business
Swiss muslin , tarietoiit, French ami Ham
burg embroideries at Uurger's. Great ban
John Ferris, a big, thick-lipped, crooked.
legg d, one-eyed uugro, and Elizabeth Da
sin, a while woman as ugly at she Is mean,
were belore his honor Judge Dross yester
day on achargoof living In atato ol adu'.
tery. They were held to ball In tho sum ol
100 each lor their appearance at the nej t
termof the circuit court. In deluult o" the
required ball they were sent to the county
prison to await the action ol the grand Jury.
Parasols and a Ui g lot ol custom made
boots and iUosi ate sold cheap at Uurger's.
Out Uelra, Sixth ttreet near Ohio lovec,
hasjuit bad his barber ihop repaln ed, re
papered, and renovated generally. Ills shop
Is now one or the nicest, cleanest, and these
hot days tho coolest In the city. And, as for
the ehsves one gets there, they arc at smooth
as greats' aye, eeii smoother than
bald head. Shampooing, Out and all
hi help arc up to snuit In thl; and
as foi hair-cutting, why they will make ooc
bald-headed In the twluklo ol an eye, and
In tho must fashionable styles. OUs dues
not want tho tradn of everybody ; all he
asks la a liberal share of tbo patronage of
This Is to tnlorru the people of Cairo that
Rev. C. Oucriubncr, pastor of tho Herman
uutnern cuurcii ot tils city, lias opened a
school wherein both Hie German and En,
llsh languages will be taught. If there are
thosu an oug our American born citizens
who wish to have their children learn to
read, write and speak the German language
they now hae an opportunity to gratlly
that wish. Rev. Duerschuer is a thorough
(lermuii and Knglls scholar, and will spare
no effort to inakj tho school of which he is
principal n Miecess.
Ily order ol the ltoAnn Of Diiikctokh.
M yor Wood sometime ago nddrcscd r
letter to Mayor Johnson ot Memphis, inak
lug Inquiry In relation to the cholera taid lo
be prevailing In thai ilty. Mayor .lulin-on,
under date ol 4th Inst., sayit Wc liao
here, con-ldcrable sickness of a kind that
prevails inoro or lcscery year about tbl
lime, Induced principally. It is thought by
our best ptiyslcluiia, by n too free liso ot veg
etables, abundantly supplied now in oil
markets', und Incautiously used by many.
There Is a difference of opinion among our
physicians, home staling the nave hud
cholera caes, others maintaining that such
vuscs are hut of aggravated cholera morbus
type. Wu lmc, however, nothing llko an
The policemen have petitioned the coun
cil to make tho $75 order on thu treasury,
which eacu receives monthly, worth .Ti
cash. The policemen should have enlight
ened the council nnd till that most wor
sblplul body how to do what Is u-kod by
them to do. Scrip is, .say scwnty-tHe cents
on tho dollar aud going dowu. lo inaku u
1 order worth 100 cents cash, JI7J cents scrip
would huo to be added to it. Rut If the
price should go dowu lo IX) ami 00 cents on
the dollar Would the policemen huetliu
council continue in constant session watch
ing tne fluctuations ol scrip so that their ("i
orders might be mado by the addition ol the
necessary amount as good mcuslir The coun
cil should nut undertake any such loull-h
Sumuicrwell, the champion house mover
of America, has succeeded III bringing the
Full's house across tho Mississippi, mid
landed It safe aud sound on Cupt. Fall's lots,
Irontiugou Poplar iitreet.betwcenThlrtcenth
und Fourteenth streets. No doubt Summer
well is proud of the success with which his
efforts lu transferring this house from Miss
ouri to lllluola, ucrus the ' Father ol Wa
ters" has been crowned and well may he
be proud, tor If there Is another hmiso mover
in the country that would have uttempteu
the perilous undertaking, wu would like to
hear from him. The Ju'irncy was madti
without springing a joint or loosen tig it
n board, nnd the ht-tise ti ts ben anchored
on Us uew site as wholo and tJMit's the day
It was built. The honorabelejAffaBummer
wcll, and tho man who takes emyroin him
will have to do a ' bigger UeWlon water"
than has over before been heknij'of In this
neck ol woods.
At a late hour last night, tho particulars ol
the sad event told below wcro narrated to
us by a gentleman who wus a passenger on
the boat ut the time It toot, place. On
last Thursday evening, Jusf bl-foro the
steamer Tyrone, then lying at the whail lu
Nushllle, Tennessee, took her departure fur
this city, a gentleman by the name of llai
row, hN wife and u small child came nbourd
and took pusage lor Columbia, where the
parents ot tho wife reside. She wus In poor
health, and ufter the boat left Nashville be
came quite sick. Tho husband was
by her sldo constantly, paying- eyery a ten
tlon In 1i!h power to her want. Several
tluu a during the trip he mistrusted that It
an opportunity utforilcd hu- ""iwl'imp
overboard, and thcrefoie uo alar
precaution that she shouli ton psnlc' m'r
room nor be left alone. Thus matters went
on until the bout arrived ut l'adtlcah, uinl
while lying ut the wharf lu that city, she
asked her husband t'. gc. her u drink of cool
water. T ere being no water In the room
be started to go to the fore part of tho cublu
for It. Hut ho had no sooner paswd through
the door than, his wile sprung from bir
couch, and locking tho door through which
ho had Just passed, nnd before
he could run around the boat sho
uuue lier way through it tloor on
the opposite side, and when ho was within
a feet of her, leaped overboard and was
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harrow hid been married
but a lew years, and their child, u babe omy
tour months old, was their only otl.prlng
Mrs, Harrow had been In 111 health for a long
whllv, und her husband was taking her back
to her old homo In the hope that the scenes
und associations thero might prove bene
liclul to her.
Her remains wero recovered, and were
yesterday sent to Columbia, tho home ot her
parents, for Interment.
It ELI 0 IODS NO'lICES.
Rev. Fred L Thompson will preach nt
the-Methodist church this morning. Sub
Jct: "What tloil is to the Upright." The
sen Ices this evening will bo a bible readln,
subject: "Love." All ure Invited to brin
their bibles. Sabbath school nt 3 p.m.
The subjects of Mr. Thayer's discourse
to-day are ns follows : In the morning
Our Health." In the eeulng "Come
In the county couit yesterday, Mr, An
drew Cain was appointed county con, table
to serve out the unexpired term'ofTieo. V
The balance ol the day was consumed lu
the enrolling of names Irom which to selec
ugraud and petit Jury, lor the July term
uf tho Alexander county rohrt.
1 hu court has spent much tlrr.t to consul
uiioii witn relereiice to the nuances of tho
county, but whether they have arrived at
conclusion as to the best course lo pursuo
ins not yet iranspireu,
As warm weather Is approaching tho
lovers oi ico cream win no glad to loarn Km
Messrs. Saup A Clarksoo have fitted up and
refurnished, In elegant tt)0, their ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain has
alto been put In running order, aud nothing
is wanting about the establishment to make
the pleaauro aud comlort of their patrons
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY,
Uuslnoss In tho police courts wit anything
hut brisk yesterday There was only three
cases, and they did uot amount to anyiuing.
Sandy MurnhV. a Frenchman from ire
land, was up for being too drllilK towalK
without taking up less than two-thirds or ihc
sidewalk. He Was taxed tho Usual laro, iiuu
lit to the calaboose to board It out.
fuvlil (Henri and Oils. Scliulh had a tight.
Ousgot whipped, and togct cvcu,had(lleiin
arrested. Hut Oleiin was not going to he
heat In that way, sit he had Scliulh nrroslod,
und then they were both lined. Olefin paid
his tluu and was h ippy, hut fichiiiii nan no
money and w nt to work on the streets.
4 Ill H.I IlllliAtlH
Rolorc his honor .luugu uuu, .u..u..,
Hughes, for n plain drunk was n icu two
dollars and costs. An huliy pam nau a muc
man nnd went on his way rejoicing.
A member ol Hie SlUer Oil net uami ami n
member ol the Delia bund bad u quarrel yes
terday, which re.lilteii In tbo Delta bund
man getting a tlrsl-elus thumping, aud the
thuinpl.t utlneol lle ilollirsaud the "fix.
Ins." It Is ull right
A man who gUes his name as J. Saddler,
was caught jesterday morning about the
drawers uf flic Cairn und Vlncelilies railroad
ticket olllc in a manner to uroiiso tho eits.pl
clons of the ag-nt that he wus after some
thing that did not belong to him. He was
arrested, and ltross sent lilinup for seventy-
lite dollars worth. He went to Jail for lorty
SARATOOO AT OUR OWN DOOItS
i'RECISKLY isir FLOWS FROM
Tho water of tho Kicolsior spring, at
nratogn, is thought to bo unequalled by
that of any other tpring at thitt world-n-nowned
watering place, and its virtuo
so such as havo lecurod It tho high ei -eoniiems
of physicians and others who
havo used it, possessing at It docs in n
uminenl degree cathartic, diuretic, altera
tive and tonic qualities It U used with
groat euocots In tho trestmentof dyspep
sia, constipation of tho hovels, HfTucliont
oftbolivur and kidneys, (even, scrofula,
cutanoous dlseuses, etc.nnd it an excellent
rotnedy for tho licadacho.
As an aperient or cathartic, the water
should bo taken bolore breakfast, in quai -titles
varying from ono to four glasses, as
oxperlenco may dictate, and its action Is
increased by using modereato oxorclto af
As a diuretic, tonic nnd altoratlvo, tho
water may bo drank In small quantities
(shout a tumblcrfull nt a timul, tbroo or
four times during tho day.
A supply ot this water, fresh from the
spring at Saratoga, Is for talo by ftarclay
liros., at No. 71, Ohio levee, and nt thoh
new drug storo in Buder'a building. The
Utrclays obtain the water direct from the
spring in gas-tu;ht reservoirs lined with
pure black tin, und is forced from theii
reservoirs ut their counters without any
charge, procisuly as it flows from the
THE UK AN I) CuNCKRT.
i'hn following extract is Uku from
Ullca, Now York, paper. As Mitdamu 11.
will boin our city on thoOlhund lOthlntt,
t is published that our readers may km w
"Muldoui has it boon within our prov
ince to chronicle a g outer success among
tho varied musical entertainments wfaiih
wu have enjoyed, than that of tho gmud
concert given in Mechanics' hail last even
ing. The music lovers umuiig uur citir.oQr
liuvo bren UVured with iittlu or no im
parled musical talent, of lute months, uuu
tho splui.did reputation which pre
coded the appearance of the
reat artlsto Madame Hrinkorholl'
served to col!e:t onuot the largest und
must select audiences usieuiblod lu Ulicn
lor uiuiiy tt dav Referring to Inst even
ing's entertainment in general tnrms, we
must pronounce it a Haltering success- n
musical triumph nut to be gmnsaid. We
ve aiming our citizens many excellent
musical rritics, whoso ludgmuil and laslu
o nil that perluins to luusio is alike croil-
taulu to our community una the individu
als whose lino discrimination wo commend
ml ndmiro. Wo think (nnd without
egotism) that there aro few ei.ies west of
Now iurk, which can boast that
degree of musical superiority pus.
sed by Ulica. Wilhnut boing too
critical, uur musical connoisseurs are care-
ully diavriminuting ; thev never fail to
express thuir appreciation of and admira
tion lor musical merit. .No really deserv-
ng nrtislu hut uver failed to find favor
among us. In declaring tho huccest of
al ovenlrig s entertainment, of course we
but express the sutuf-icuoti of our musical
folk with singers gHnernlly, and Madame
u . iii mr .. . .
unuseruiiu especially. Aim auuienoo was
pleased, entertained, gratified. Prof
Dantorth may coniriitn ato h msolf upon
the unmlstukuble favor which lie has
acquired ns a musical cateror.
ilnilumo urlnuerhoU ja a vocalist
if truly wonderful powers. Her music
throughout whs of the most exacting
characlor, hut at no time did she Nil to
mpross us with her ability to dn utt ce
to tbo most dltllcult theme. Tint Scena
ot Airla,' from the opnru Der Frenchul:
is perhaps tho choicest vocal cumpogi-
tion in Webor's choicu repertoire. This
succi ssful interpretation uiven it by Mad
nnm II. is no matter oi wonuor to us, now
that wo understand the range, culture and
capacity of her voice, In tho recita
tive, Msdumo llnnkorhotl may bn said to
bo without an equal on tl.rn continent,
whllo the tusto nnd ox irolon whleh
chnrncteriziu her rending throughout 1
admirable In tho oxtremo. Sho wss en
thuslaslically and meritoriously nncrnd.
sinclnc in tesponsB a bontitliui llltm bal
lad. ontltled "MHL'trln'e Secret." Hardly
inferior In the dilllcult naturn nf its corn-
nnsltion was tho song " My Pretty llirl.'
.Hero, too, tbo whs recalled, acknowledg
'nir th compliment by n charming hallm
exqiilsltnly retidnred. Th concert Inst
evonlhg was a brilliant succet rt musical
tr umnh not t be denied. Maaam iirinK
orhofl' iikt surely b tatifld at thn reinli
: ... - t it. i a..
ol ner ll'Sl nppnaranco in uuis. maun
slro to hear hnr Hjaln it unHnimout."
HOT WEATHER I COM
1NG KEEP COOL.
Refrigerators at from $18 to
$50. Ice cheats at $11, Sl.'J,
$15, $17, $20, etc. Beer cool
ers at Cincinnati retail prices,
water coolers, ico cream freez
ors. wiro cloth for window
screens, bath and foot tubs
charcoal furnaces, charcoal by
tho bushel, barrel, etc., nt
Bberwart, Outh &Co'a
130 Commercial Ave,
JUNE 8,' 1873
RAIDS UrONTHK POOR Pli.VClI
Mil. THOMSON FIRST,
RKV. THAYER NKXT.
Tho burglars who Infest our city aro Ap
parently desperately ''bard up." They
Uavu either exhausted the rich Held of the
hotels and saloons, or havo become fright
ened by the vigilance of tha keepers ol
these Institutions. This Is evident from
tbo fact that, of lato, tho rascnls have boon
making raids upon our resident ministers.
An old burglar who wus not In a fearful
stritlght would not think of breaking Into
preachers' houso. Wo would us fouri ex-
pect him to attompt to steal something
vtluablo from the- rosldencoof nn editor of
a Cairo dally.
Hut, In solemn oarnostne, wo ilcclnro
that tboro aro such tblovos In tho city,
l.nst week, on Monday night wu lelUve,
thief broko Into Rev. Mr. Thomson's
houso and rummaged itbout very industri
ously, but did nut obtain inoro than a few
cents. Of course Mr. Thomson was not
pleated at the visitation, and tins since
then boon vory careful of his bolts nnd
lcitorJay morning beforo light, tbo
sumo thief no doubt, csvo Rov. Mr
Thayer's rosidonce a call. About 3 o'clock
Mrs. Thayer was awakened by the noise
of somo person movlnir In
her bod room. Sho snw a
nun standing nt the door of tho clothes
preet, and thought he was Mr.Thuyer,
who bad been occupying an adjoining room.
In this belief she asked s "Is that you, Mr'
Thayer?" The burglar, finding bo was
llecoverod, replied: "Vol,'' in a disguised
voice Mrs. Thayer Instantly compre
hended tho situation, the ratted her voice
and screamed. Tha burglar ran to nnd
down thu stairs, and Mr. Thayor, aroused
from n sound nnp, went ufter him at a
doublo quick. All ho aw of tho rascal
was a glimpse of tho heel of onoof his feet
as it followed its owner out of the door.
The robber had got In .t the window, and
then prepared tbo door for a hasty exit,
beforo ho descended the stairs.
Wo are glad to say tho parson lost noth
ing. His pocket book, In which thoro was
a sum of monoy to mention which would
rnnko all tho preachors in Illinois out ol
Chicago, look toward! Cairo with longing
oyes, escaped tho clutchos of tho rascal
who was f curdling for it; nnd,ns n come
quenco tho parson Is happy.
o would suggest to tho city council
that this hind of burglary ought to bo
oroblbitcd by ordldance; and, until it is
pronlbited by ordinance, tho mayor should
assume tbo responsibility of prohibiting tt
himself. Wo think we have n right to ex
pect this much of him. If he does not
f ho allows thn matter to go on in tbl
way we cannot hope to csjupo tho cholern.
It will surely visit u, and then tho mayor
will regret his neglust of duty. AVe
nover were In any city, tho rnavor of
which permitted burglars to enter preach- 1
ers' bouses for tbo purposo of plying tboir I
trade, that was not called upon to lament !
tio presenco of tho cholera. Our roadors I
may bo surprised at this assertion, but wo
assure them that there is nn Inllmatu con
nection between cholera und burglar-robbing
preachers. Lot the niavor bewaro
READ! READ ! I j
Wkkuna, Mich, Feb. PJ, 1871.
Averill Chemical Paint Co Gen
tlemen : Your paint had been on m
bulldluir but a week or two when a largo
tiro occurred on tho opposite hide of thu
stroot, destroying a number of buildings
a heat intense encugli to molt lend pipes
fiom u soda fountnin minding within ten
feel of my building cracking in ton
thousand pieces evory pano of glass in tny
sido walls, and yut never sotting flro to
tho clapboards; which after tho fire I had
but to scrape, and two coats of paint re
stored it as good as now. Your point
saved my building, and through its fire
proof qualities, wo woro ablo to prevent
tho spread ot a confUgratim whieb, hud
my buildings ignited, would havodestroyrd
the cnliro business portion of our town
Any number of uur citizens will sign this
certiflcnto If you dcMro, Truly yours,
H. II. VN HKKLCII,
Stato senator, 'J7th Dili., Mich.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus
' .lames Fisk, Puducah
' Mary Davnge, Cincinnati
' City of Ches'tur, .Memphis
" Mmpson Horner, NuW OrloanB
" AV II Hrown, Nashvlllo
" Tyrone, Nashvlllo
" Alico Hrown, Now Orloans
" Hullo of Shrivoport, Shriveport
Falls Pilot, Memphis
' Pnil Shoridali, St. Louis-
" Ilea, St Louis
" Hullii of .Memphis, St. Louis
" fjulcketup, Evuiisvillo.
Steamer Arkansas Belle, Kvansvillo
" (Quickstep, Kvansvillo
" Otpitol City, Vlcksburg
Simpson Horner. Pittsburg
Smoky City, Pittsburg
City of Chester, St Louis
" .Vary Davig", St Louis
Alico Brown, St. Louis
W. 11 Hrown, St Louis
I Hello Shroveport, r-t. I.oul
" Illinois, Columbus
" Falls Pllrt, illnot
" Tyrone, Nashville
Phil Sheridan, Cincinnati
" IIi'o and btrgns, Now Orlonns
II Hollo Memphis Memphis
Tbo "West Wind is being repaired by
Walker and Nollis of this city, and will bo
completed this week.
Thi ferryboat Tliroo Statos wai oxpocted
from Now Albany.
WalW and N'ollU aro building 0 coal
flats lor tbo St. Uurnurd coal company, of
Tyrone brought 12tiogboads tobacco for
New Orleans, and 18 tons Iron for St.
1 he Quickstep brourjht 100 barrols of
flour, 130 tanks bran, 100 sacks oati, 60
barrels whiskey and 10 ton sundries, a
verj good paiidDgiir trip.
Tho Tiill. flhoridtn hai 300 lon for
Tho W. II. Brown look two largoi of
is.lt and two ompty barges, and tho Alico
Urown took C barges of coal.to St. Louis.
The Falls Pilot, Simpson Horner and
Smoky City liavo ompty coal bnrges In
Tho Ditvago took V,0 tons, to ashvltto,
shipped 20 tons horo, ned list a good trip
OA her two barges for St. Louis.
NEW PHOTOGItAPH OALLKRY.
Mr J. fclilcslngcr, tho celebrated photog
rapher of this city, has removed from his
old Hand fo his splendid new gallery on.
Eighth street, north side, between Coinmei"
clal and Washington avenue. This new gal
lery far surpasses tiny thing or tho kind that
has heretofore been seen lu Cairo. It i
tltti'd up In the best style, with tho Intention
of doing untiling but perfect work. Tho
I illes'ilraulng room Islicautlllllly furnished,
nnd tho operating room has a si. light tin
surpassed by any lu tho West.
Mr. Schlelngcr hopes i Isinniiy fllelids, who
have heretofore given to him their patron
age, will ronllnuu 111 Ir favors, 'p,, them
mid tho public genernlly he extends nil in
sitatloti to visit his rooms, whether desiring
wolk done ut present or not, satisfied that
the appearance of his gallery, thu many con
vi nleiices he has procured Indeed, nil the
latest ltiiprovcin"iits In his art nnd the skill
ol an operator or great merit, Ittely or Lou
don, Me. Frank l.oekc Steele, will command
their patronage when they shall need work
to be ilonu. fi-'Hw
-MATTRASSES FOR EVKRYIIODY.
Thu undersigned wishes to .Inform Ihc
inhabitants of Calm und vicinity, that Im Is
still engaged In the manilf.icttireofinutras.es.
pillows, mid bolsters of every discrlmloii
Spring on all kin. i c,r innttrasscs renovated
mm refilled. Upholstering und varnishing
none, sl.o carpels laid and window shades
bung. Old sofas nml chair resealcd, und
spring mattnisscs upalrcd. Cushion for
church pews made to order. ANo I keep
constantly on hand inittraie lu lit nil
sizes ol bedstead or lounge. Orders lor
hotels nnd hoarding houses promptly titled
by cnlllng ut O. W. Whltlock A Son, corner
of ronth street nnd Washington avenue
oniert lor work left there to bo done vvll
ne prompuy nuoiiiicu to. lo nt my 'hop
opposite tho slaughter house on the Ml
slsslppi levec. Work done With nentiie
und dispatch. G. W. IIICKS,
ft-t J)t Mliippl levee. O ilro III-.
I his popular hotel lias been refitted Mid
iiiprovcd, and Is now one ol the most mi
lortable stopping places lu the city. The
travelling publlu nnd person desiring
pleasant quarter by the Week or inonlh.wlll
always Und them nt tbo Commercial hotel.
Hates ol board havo been rcducted as fol.
lows; Dav board, cfl fa) per week; transit
Jl W per day; board mid lodging, from J5
to ft per week. tf
A cabinet organ, ns good a- new, und
tlrst-class matmlacturo will be 'old low aud
on easy terms by apply lug to
Mum. M. J. Dbvvkv,
Cor. Washington Ave. und Fouileenth St
A house, S rooms und tt closcl, with o
lot and n hair, corner or Ttvcuty-tlrst and
poplar streets, on eay terms. FurTuitlit
Information, npply nn the premise.
SHOO FLY ! DON'T IIODDER ME
Get one of St.mdlngcr's Ily exterminators
t llKEKWAItT, OhTIl fc CO.
Tho most beautiful percale-, Jaconets nnd
other vvhlto dies good ever brought
ilus market, can be bought lor exceedingly
ow ,n ccs at Uurger's.
Mr. J. JL Moscovlcsis closing out lilt in
tire stock ot good at cost. Tho good
must bo sold, n Mr. Jlo-covlc expresses
determination to have his shelves clear nnd
ready lor his successor on the 2uth of June
1W ADVEK TISEMENTS.
0. M. A LI) ICS' .V CO.
FLOUR AND COMMISSION
MIS II C A. UTS;
No. 135 Ohio Levek,
W. MaHX JiOIil.Hlt,
iPi.A.nsro TTJ 3sT E XL
R K PAIR K 11 ,
Will only 1 cmain In this city one week
longer, und rcspectlully requests that order
mr tuning, etc., niigni no it'll ut K. .t V
lluder's store. tl.g 01
REMOVAL OF GAUIIAGE
i hc city garbage gaiiieirr win call at all
tuu noiui ami principal iioaid'ii houses 011
Wcdiie.dayHnnd .saturdavs, will make the
round- of tho city touth ol Twelfth street
on .Mouiiayn uuu iiiiirsiiavs, ami north ol
1 vveiiu sneet mi iie-ua s aini friilays
0-3 ut John Glah.nkv, city Hauler,
Sealed proposals will lie rceeived ut thn
..III- ...lli' Ollh-H lllllir I .....I....I .. 111 ",0
Thursdny. the 12th day ul June, A. l' is::!
fnf llirills lIllL' till' m.ilnri.,1- ... .1...:.'
work, or both, lor Hie
eulistriii'iliiii ... .1...
lollowlng described sidevvnlks or either ol
on the southwardly sldo ol seventh street
... -.im, iiuuui mu nutivvulK now
existing on the westerly side of Wnshlmrlon
nveuile, to tho eiisierly lino ol the thluvvalk
now existing on thu easterly sldu of Walnut
street, and on tho northwardly sldo ol said
s.vent 1 stro t, irom thu westerly line u,u
sidewalk now exuding 011 the westerly side
... ..iniiUiuii iisciuie, to a j,, nt oiiu
llUlldled feet eastwuiillv fiom tlieeattir r
line 01 thusldewak now e"l.. "S on tft
eustwurily side of Walnut street. b
Said proiiosal, shall he duecteil to the
city council, und win ho opeued at n inee"
lug of Hie council at the time ubovo namrd.
J PJ'Potals shall b made In itceordutcu
ul ,V'.i I'fuvl'lona, leqllirelllelllH jmd
I ! Mtf i1' V ordinance ko. w, approved
nnJ J.rtl V U" 'J.73' Wl,,Cl1 Ortll IIUIIM IS
tlon uTany i'mSf "'" 10 'V"1'
The city council reserves tho right U re
ject any or ull bid. m. J. Hovvxksa
CAino, Ills., May 30, 1373. CU,0Sfll
JOHN ti. HAUMAN A CO-REAL E.
TATE AGES IS ,
Offer for sale ul low inures and easy terms
the following real estate !
o 1 All elegant cottage, corner iweirtit
and Locust streets, U'i' anilM, b 1, third ad,
Lots above grade, 6 lots in li 4, in What Is
know tt as tlu Ridge mock;' ' those lots run
through urn block irom ruieemu to nix.
tut.- nt li .streets, and the best residence prop.
iientli .ilrei ts, ami the best resilience ti
rty lu the city adjoining property hl
erty in tne elly ailjolliing property nigwy
Improved. . , ,
Mi 2-Lofs.T nml 1, b 45, city, Washingfon
avenue, between Thirteenth and Fourtui mil
trecis, west sine, uoou two-story ouuuing
n cacti lot.
No!! Also, vacant lot 5 and 0, adjolnlig
thu above Lot II, li 23, city,
on Sixth street, south side,
between Commercial ami Washington ave-
lies, will be sold In tracts to suit purchaser.
cry low and on easy tcinis.
No 4 Lots 7 and 8. brtH. rorner nf Four-
(eeiith aud Poplar streets, front on Poplar
leui, VYUSi Fiuu, uiipusitt' Jiusl-oniCO OI0CK.
No A Splendid business biillilinv.
Irnce In second torv. II rooms, ball nml
front and rear stairway, water on lioth floors,
numour uuu cuiiuiiioii; titiiaieii on norm,
west corner ol Commercial avenuo anil
Iwellth street. A great bargain If sold
j (i Lots 7 and 8. u 40. 1st ad. small
Uoiise umlstablonn lots, high ground, cot
....r l'..,,l.r ...,l '-.r..ni.....l.7..l.
Price fl.iO, one-hull cash.
No 7 Lot and new cottaco In No 1 order.
hall, three rooms and kitchen, on Twenty
llrst street. Two splendid lots lu court-
iiouso nioi'K on ropiur street corner.
no 0 two vers, uesiruoio ousiucs iiuusos
1 id two hits, on .'sixth street between Com.
in. rclal ami M-hlngtoii avenues, wilt be
-old at terms to pay purchaser rsntal of 25
per cent i.n luvcsuueiit.
No !l-Mx lota In b 2'J, Ist nil. High
ground. 9 Juooueh on easy payments.
' 4 .ll-ll'UUJIIUSUU IUIUI Ull IUO
IsWppI In Missouri, 8 miles below Cairo.
275 acre-, n large portion under cultivation,
llisl-cius uwei lug house, barns and out
building. Will be sold very low or ex
changed lor Improved Cairo property. A
great bargain can be had by applying soon.
till- pruperij i sTuituy tue examination Ol
nv Person who desires to emraire In lartii.
log, as It celfalnly Is one or the most fertile
ami productive tracts of land In the coun
try. No II A splendid two-storv residence on
north cast corner of Walnut and Ninth
street, with two lots vcrv desirable nron-
No 12 Lots IS and 1!, b 70-south side Ol
I'wenly-ilrst street, otmoslti- ( .OllVPtlt
lllock" Verv desirable lor rnsiilanrn uur.
o J.i A well improved farm of 210 acres:
IK) aciesunderciiltlvatlon : houses and barn,
good orchard, bearing tree; running water
through lai 111 above overflow. One uuarter
mile Irom statiuti and depot ot Cairo fc r-l.
liiils ralltund. Will be sold on easy terms
lor ?I2J per ncre.
A I INK CIIANCK I OK IN VEITMrNT.
In addition lo the foretroliiL- wu offer fur
ale, or leusf, a large number of vacant lols,
In dlllerent parts ol the city, embracing No
1 iiu-iness auu icsiurnce property.
Ill unimproved lands, we have for sale
over '.'.'1,0 W ai res lu Alexander and Pulaski
ouulles, nt prices ranging from ti to S15
ieracre, and aie prepurcu to offer induce
ment to purchasers Hint cannot be equalled
in Colorado, Texas or any other place or bv
any other man, A large amount ul lands o'f
tho very best quality, In Alexander and Pu
laski counties, belonging to thu Illinois Cen
tral ltal:r- ad eompuny, lor thn sale of which
we ure the agent, will be sold very low and
on such e.isj terms that a person ul Industri
ous habits, with a very small sum of ready
money, can lu a lew years become the
owner of u productive farm. We have
plat and dcscrlptioiis of ad lands offered
lor sale mnl will lake pleasure In showing
purchasers the property. Titles to all lands
-old by us guaranteed, and shown Irom the
patentee when rcnu.red byatlirac.s. Ap
plv to JOHN li. HARMON CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee ste., Cairo, III,,
June 7, lt3.
Whereas by certulu mortgage deed, coin,
mouly called "salu mortgage," bearing datu
the Mb day of January, A. D. Ib72, duly re
cunleil In boult Ktf va page HS, In th ra-
order's orllce of Alexauder county, state of
Illinois, on thu day and year aforesaid, Al
bert Wright did convey to the undersigned
the follow lug described real estate, situated
In the county of Alexauder and state ot
Illinois, viz: Tbo west half or the north
east quarter ot sectiou four (4). township
seventeen (17), south range two (2), west of
the third principal meridian, mum this ex
press condition, however, that in case three
certain promissory notes lor the sum ol two
hundred dollars each, executed by said Al
bert Wright to thu understated, and bear
ing even ditto with said sale mortgage, uuo
and payable respectively In one, two and
three ) ears alter date with Interest at the
rate of ten per cent, per annum from their
respective date until paid, should they not
be paid according to the tenor and etlecl
thereof, and should default bo made In tho
payinunt o 1 either of said notes wbcu due,
then the remaining notes should at once
become due aud payabl , aud the under
signed might proceed and sell the said real
estate as by said mortgage deed provided,
and execute to the purchaser or purchaser
thereof, deeds for the conveyance in fee of
the premises Mild, and,
Whereas, default having been made In
the payment of the first ot said notes, nml
tho wholo of aald notes having thereby be
come due and payable, n iw,
Therefore, notice Is hereby given, that bv
virtue of tho firms und conditions ot said
sale mortgage, 1 will, on Thursday the 12th
day ol June, A. D. 1673, at ibe court-house
door in thu city of Cairo, Illinois, at the
hour of 2 o'clock p. ra. ot said day. proceed
o sell to tbo highest bidder for cash tho
real cstaie and presmlses herein before de
scribed to satisfy said debt, Interest, costa
und charges of said trust, and will execute
md deliver to the purchaser a deed or deed
therefore. Lou lb Jok'ik.nhxm,
Cairo, 111., May SO, 1873. Mortgagee.
Scaloil proposals will bo received at the
eliv clerk's ofllco until 4 o'clock n m., of
Thurstluy. the 12th day or June. A. I)., luTS,
fur lurrisblng the materials, or doing tho
work, or both, for the construction ol the
following described sidewalks, or either of
them, viz: On tho northerly side ol 15th
(Fifteenth) Mred, from the sidewalk now
existing on tho westerly side ol Washington
avenue to the sidewalk now existing on thu
easterly side of Walnut street, and on the
northerly side ot ititn (Mgktcenth) street,
Irom a Hue drawn parallel to the westerly
side of Walnut street, and 10 (ten) feet east
erly from It to tho easterly line of Cedar
Sealed proposals will also bo received as
above, fur furnishing the materials, er doing
tho work, or both, for tho rcconstruc Ion or
renewal ol the following described side
walks, or nny one or inoro of them, viz:
On the easieil) side of Walnut street, Irom
Fourth street to Twentieth streot; on tun
westerly sldo of Walnut ttieot from Fourth
street to a point Dfiy feet north ol Seventh
street, mid from Tenth street to Fifteenth
street ; on the north side of Fourth ttrert,
fiom Washington avenue to
Wulnnt street; on both sides
of Filth street from Washington avenue to
Walnut street; on the nortii side of Twelfth
street from Walnut street to a point 125 feet
castwurdly from Cedar street ; on the south
erly tide ol Tvveiity-Roventh street, nnd -on
samo side of Twcnty-elghlh street Irom
Commercial avenuo to Poplar street; on ilin
south side of Fifteenth street from Walnut
to Cedur streets, nnd on tho west sldo of
Washington avenuo from Twenty-sevonth
street to West Twenty-eighth street.
Sahl tirnnosala shall be directed to tho citv
council, and will be opened at meeting of
tne council at ine time huu.u uaim-u.
All pi onosa's shall be made lu accordance
with tho provisions, rcqulrenicni a and sped-
tlciitlon of onMiinnce iso. ru, approved
t.,riiiii a 11. 1H7 . which ordnance Is noti
on lllo In my oillce, subject to examination
"'iTi'oVi'DnnnclI reserves tho rleht to ro.
Joet nnv or all bid. M. J. ifoWLKV.
UAIK'i. 111., 1 vuy iicia.
City MaUossaU Baak etildiac.
--Bpeoitl attention pan to