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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1873
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL RR
A it mica Ike Bhartm Koate
kftiVr wmm tkalaorteat Boaie
NU CtlANOB OF CABS
MOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOtIS OR CHICAGO
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OAKS
OM CAIRO TO
tflaelaaeU, ullanapolls, Toledo,
De-roll, Cleveland, Niagara Falli
Buffalo, HuubuiR, WublnitoD.
Baltimore, iPhlledelpble, Now Tork.
Boston and all point east.
MHtraakle, Janrertlle, Madison,
UCmn, Bt. Paul and all point nortti,
line Is also the only dlrett mute to
Deeeler, Hloomlnglon, aptinn'td,
Peoria, Qulncy, Keokuk,
-urlinttoa; Hock faUnd, I Halle,
Mandate, bison, Freeport,
alms, Dnbuque, hiooi Oltr,
Otsaha aid ell points northwest.
I1acanl Drawing Room Sleeping Cft"
On all Night Trains,
acaac Cheeked to all Important points.
. Far ttekett aad information, appl to I. O, H.R
depot at aire) oa toard to transit otomr be
twMQ OolBBto and Cairo, and at Me princih
satire I ticket oflltee throughout the aonth.
W. P. JOHNSON. Orn'i Put. Aft, Ctilce0.
A. Mitcaiu, 0n'l Bup'l. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIME.
Passenger trains on tho Illinois Central
change time tvday. From and alter '.Mo
p. auto-day train will run as lollops :
tall, except Sunday
Ixpress, daily except Sund.iv
, ...1:15 a. in.
.. 2:10 p.m.
On and after Sunday, May IS, an excur
sion train will be run each Sunday on the
Cairo' and Vinecnnos lallroad, between
Cairo and Mound City, as tollown :
Leave It'd City. Arrivo at Cairo.
? JJ". 8:26 a.m.
Leav.cialro. Arrive at M'd City.
-. 0:30 a.m.
opm. 6:30 p.m.
Fart for the round trip, tlfty cents.
Chajujm O. Wood, Gnl Ticket Ag't.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS It. It.
On and after Monday, June 0, lsTII, tralrm
will run dally, except .Sunday, between
ureenneia's lanainjc ami slktxton, Scott
couoiy, musouri. as follows :
Laave Grecnfleld'i 10.00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Arrive dm i,:lo "
" Charleston 10:0 " ti.-IO
" fclkestou 7.10 p.m. (H If
CAIRO AND VINCK.NNE3 RAl LKOAD
Trains now leave Caiio and Mound City a
Leave Cairo. ,Cavo Monad City.
.:45 a.m. 7:10 a.m.
! IMS p.m.
Cilia. O. Wood, Oen'I Ticket Ag't.
-AIRO AND VINONIX RAILROAD I
On and atter Monday, February 3, 1&73,
Tains on the C. and V. railroad will run a
Ex- Md. City
eave Cairo b::iOa. m. fi:l!i j. m. Ic.
" Mound City.. tf:io " t:in " ar.
" Eldorado. .. L.'ttp. m.
" NorrUCity.. s.-sa "
" CarmI a.ol
" Mt. CarmeL. 4:40 '
Tle Yineennes,., f:W "
leave Yinccnnen... 7.-00 a. m.
" Mt. Carmcl.. :J
" Carml ll:K "
" Eldorado.... W-.w
" Mound City., iitt p. m.
7:00 a. in. le.
Connectlni: ut liuonncH the 1tl.ii
ind Evansvllle and Cravford.lllo ralhoails;
it Mt. Cannel with the I.nuUiilln mni N'i'
Albany air line ; at Canni with the St. LnuU
aau souiue aneni ; ai orrlt Ully tlie spring
flald and llliuols UoutUeaeteru ; at Eldorado
witn the Hbawnectown branch of the ft.
Louts and Southeastern; nt Cairo with the
jioune anu udio rauroaii transfer bout, aim
steamers for Memphis, UuU Ulvcr, Vlck
burg and Neat Orlcam.
CitAS. O. Woou, Gcn'l Ticket Ag't.
Jno. Lex, jr., sup't.
, LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
V. S. Sio. San., onsKKVKH's OrrtCK, )
Cairo, June 8, 1U73, 10:11 p.m.)
Thermometer "i degrees.
Wind, southeast, velocltj I mile per
Maximum temperature last 21 huun, at
i p. in., S3 degrees.
Minimum temperature, laut 24 hours, at
i a. in., 72 degrees.
l'revaUlng wind last 21 hours, wutheast.
Total number of miles wind travelled, Ian
U hours, 123.
1:dwis Gahlanii. Obsener.
Mrs. U. I. ,llorn wishes to Inform her
patrons and the ladies ot the city generally,
tlat the has removed her dre-maklng
rooms, No. 1st to No. 10 next door to the
Atheneum, up stairs. S-lm
Fine white 5 single and double X amber
tingle and double X Canary, best quality of
laanilla, blue letter, etc., etc. to.Ow tut
sale, printed att3 50totl W per thoiikand,
the Rullktin OKI ICE.
To any and alt who deire n rlne,
'awnulne French calf.kld, Morroco or patent
leather pair of boots, gal ten or shots of any
or all of the latent styles, WiUlam Eliler., on
Twentieth street, 1 ready to furnish them
at the most reasonable raU, and guarantees
good stoet.good flu and perfect satisfaction.
: NEW GOODS.
Mrs. Anna Lang c Elghthttrect, between
Commercial and Washington avenut j, hat
Just opened out a stock of new and fashion,
able millinery goods". She ha one hundred
and flfty different styltsor hsU and bonnets,
esides Urg assortment ol ribbons, flow
trs sad Bottosa ol all sorts, all of which w
be sold at the lowsn prices.
FINE LAUNDRY WOUIC.
Mrs. Lett! Coleman takos this method of
iuformln the public that she is now pre.
are 1 to do all kifidi of Cue laundry work, at
keep rates. Fluting, cringing, etc., done
at a wall ad vanee per dozen on plain clothes.
Faaaillee and lndl1dual will find It to their
BdTBBBag U Uke their clothes to Mrs. Cole
BAB. Btsideees on Foartb street, south
sflAkstwaoa Washlogten and Ooarmerelsl
All kinds of llncn, laces, edging, and
trlniutlnit of every variety at Hurgcr's.
Mayor Wood In contlned to Ms bed tvIIIi a
throat disease. He Is very rick rumor saj.
Parasol and n Imgo lot ol custom made
boot nnd siiocs are sold cheap nt Hurgcr's.
Swiss mu-llii', tarietnri", French and Ham
burg embroideries at (forger's, Oreat bar
galni. ltrv. Mr, Thayer st Die cud of this month
will hie away to the cool bills of New Eng
land, he nnd hi whole family.
I llurgcr has a complete lino ol hosiery o
, all kind", and corset", collar", cuh", tic, In
Hcv. II, II, 'J'Jiajer lectures at the I'rei
hvtrrlan church on Friday cvcliliu;. Let
there be a full house.
Hurler I now oflcrliu: lor sale a snlundld
I assortment of dress Mlk, Japanese suitings,
J etc, etc., at the nust reasonable rales.
It Is said the lady who died on the (.tenn
er Grand Tower yesterday died of general
prostration and not of cholera.
A new nnd beautiful aiortincnt of ;reiu
illncg ore now for sale at HnrgerV, Call and
County court, ntSy; a ten days tes-lon, ad
journcd yestenlay. Connlderablo bn-ltir
was dlpoed ol during the term.
llurgcr hut Just received a lull lino ol
summer dress goods of every dccrlpllon,
unicii win ue oold cheaper than the cheap
est. The plastering of tho hall of the new en
lne house of the Arab Flro conipnur, i pro
greasing rapidly. The hall will 'soon he
The Cairo tVsino meet to-night.
This will be the regular semi-annual meet
ing, and all tho members are requested to
be In attendance.
Tho Taber Ilros tunc a line adjulcd leg
lllalorol which they hoal. It U Um lliipt
clock In Egypt, nnd m nood a time-keeper
as there It. In Illinois.
The mot beautiful percales. laeoncU and
other white dress goodt over brought to
mis market, can bo bought tor exceedingly
owpil ces at llurger's.
Don't eat rotten cabbugo, green coosubcr
rlcs.ctc., nnd be as ehecrlul ae the day i
long and the night Is short, and thus )ou
win warn oil tlie attack of cholera.
Co). Phi! Howard returned from St. Louis
yesterday mornlm;. His friend In that city
mistook iiim for the "ghost," about which
there ha? been so much said ol late.
llurgcr has Jut received mid onened
large Mock of damasks, napkin, towclinus.
etc., etc., all of which will bo sold cheaper
man wuy can ne oougnt anywhere clsu In
T.ibcrHros. are manulacturing splendid
Jewelry. A pair of sleeve buttons for Mrs.
11. anu a lava-set breast pin and ear rings
iir .Mr.-, si., just finished by the brother., are
unique and very beautirul.
The enterprising merchant or Washington
avenue, Mr. Moeovlc, will limit thp 2oth
Inst., dispose of Ms largo stock ut goods,
notions etc., at cost. Call on hi 111 If you
want bargains. -l-U
There was 110 meeting of the council last
ulcM. Only tour members of tho council
Aldermen lllxby.McGaul y.Mcvcrsand Hit
tenhou.c, woro pjescnt. Tho meeting ad
Journcd until Thursday evening.
II is said about town that Capt. Ilurd and
family are prepjring to remove to Denver.
Thla rumor may bo true, but it probably
grew out ut the raptaluV late visit to Colo
r.ulo. We hope it is iiufo'indcd.
'l'iie 'Sun s.ivh it wishes the ghoct would
Slav iiwav ''until wo have 1111 other amuse
meat la ihe clly. ThatV too thru. The
guosi known iiv would never get out, for the
cilltorof the 'Sun U always In town.
New .stock and new styles ol wall paper
p.tlnts. oils, window glass, etc., eto., at II. F.
Melgo" new store, Washington acnue and
Eleventh street, fall and ?eo tho latest
ljle in wallpaper before pureliaslng else
"here, . .
The proportion to havu I11 Cairo a grand
eelebrfttloaVof the Fourth of .luly meet
"lunut luturoi many anu wo UIapproba.
tlon or not a lew. To celebrate or not cele"
brate? Is the question, and personally wo
don't care how It Is answcied.
A colored man was found vesterdav
morning lying on the sidewalk of one nf our
principal streets In an almost dying con
union, ue was taken to the hospital. If
tho ease had occurred In .Memphis w e w 011'd
swear it was a clear case or cholera.
II you want the water in your cl'lcrn1- to
At C. It. Woodward's.
Dr. Wood and Mr. Hudon .have them In
'I ho Cairo Turner society take this
method of returning to the Thalia society
their most heartfelt thanks, for the genorous
donation of their entire library and htagr
appurtcnanees, which the latter In their
liberality wcic so kind to donate to our
society. c. Mkh.nkk, Cor. Sce'v.
The dilapidated condition of the public
scales on the site of the late market house is
anejesorc. II the scales aro not put Into
good condition utonce what Is to prevent
the cholera Irom swooping down upon us
like u tempest C Wc appeal to the 'Sun' to
support us In this cdort to compel the mavor
and council to pay proper attention to the
unitary cond'llnn of tho city f
Is It impossible for the city to luo tho
three worst places in tho road on I'oplar
street repaired Can't the chain-gang be
seut there for a day or two r Throughout
the length and breadth of the city there U
not another street In so bad a condition a
I'oplar. There Is not moro than one good
days worrk for three men, and why not let
the ehaln-gang give It a whirl.
Hacks for the Caiio, Arkansas and Texas
railroad, starting from White A- Greer's
store, corner of Sixth street and Ohio levee,
Leave at . . . n.1n.
' 4 p.m.
Arrive In city at 10 a.m.
" " Iip.in,
0-S tf John Mkvkrs, Accnt.
Mr. J, M. Moakovics, tho enterprising
deulor in dry goods, Watdilngtou auntie
between Ninth and Tenth strccU, offers his
largo nnd varied stock of goods at cost
prices. His store Is full of the choicest of
dry goods of etcry vailety and quality, and
the prices at which holt disposing of them
are astonishingly low d.ii tipou lilm and
satisfy joursclf. 6-7 tt,
There aro seven prisoners In tho city Jail
enjoying themselves very much. They are
very happy, and think of petitioning the
council for permission to remain In it for.
ever. One of the prisoners being of n poet
ical turn of mind. I constantly slnglug
aYiorrls' song 1
"II tlierolsan Eljsl ui on earth, II Is this
It Is this."
Attention Is directed to the advertise
ment of John . llarnmi & Co., tn be found
in another column of to-day's IIuu.ktin.
Messrs. Ilarnmn .t Co., aro agents for tho
sale of propel ly In cery part of the city,
and land In every quarter round about It.
Examine the list, and then call upon them
that Is if you desire to purchase or sell. Of
lice corner Sixth street ami Ohio lever,
over Ike Waldcr's store.
Tim art gallery of Mr. William Winter
will be opened Tor thn Inspection of the peo
ple to-day. It is a model gallery, and Its
proprietor Is on artist of rare talent. He
has tirst premium sllcr medals, awarded to
him by the Ohio Mechanical Institute, In
1870 and 1871, and a first premium mcd.il
from the Massachusetts Charitable Associa
tion, In 1 Wi, for the best portraits in wnter
colors and Ivory ralntlngs.
Owing to the Inclemency of the weather
there was n decidedly slim audience to hei r
Madame Rrliikcrhotf at the Atheneum last
night. It Is to bo regretted that this lady
has met with such Ill-success tn this city, as
It Is not niton wo are lavorcd with the
visits of artists of so tare merit. Madame
llrlnkerhotT Is one ol the really worthy per
formers of tho present day, ami deserves
better success than she met with In lhl
Devoir In'rapldly progressing with the
work of lowering the sidewalks on Walnut
street. Tho improvement Is marked. Why
tho walks wero put on stills In the Hist place
Is a wonder, and why they were not taken
down long ago Is a dlstlllod wonder. We
Miall not just now explain adlstlllvd wonder,
hut wejmako the pressing asscitlon without
I'eorof successiul contradiction, us tho 'Sun'
aid when It declared that It was Ignorant
ol all tilings, and in particular of sanitary
If Woolen could manage to be a little more
energetic, a little wiser, and a little brivcr,
and could exercise a little moro Judgment of
a better quality than he has displayed, we
would not object, and we aro suru no per
son in the city would report him to the
mayor. We know he does the best ho can,
but. Tho fact Is Summcrwcll was a brick
at the health officer business, and so was Jce
Arnold, and so was John Slicehau. Wooten
lacks experience wo presume, Ho came In
with the new order ol things and must have
time to season.
The sewer at the comer or Filth street
and Washington avenue, Is played out. It
no longer nerves tho purpose for which It
was constructed. Since John Shcchan was
street commissioner It has not been cleaned.
It Is choked with mud, and docs not carry
off any water. The consequence Is all the
back yards and cellars In that neighborhood
are Hooded whenever there Is u rain, and
great Inconvenience is experienced by the
people thereabouts. One man could clean
out this sewer In one day. The attention of
the street committee Is asked to this mat
ter, and the sen Ice of Hut man prayed for.
This la to intorm the people of Cairo tha1
Rev. C. Duerschncr, pastor of tho Ucmuu
Luthcrn church ot Aids city, has opened u
seiiool wherein both tho Herman and En,
Hsu languages will bu taught. If thero aro
those among our American born citizens
w ho wish to have their children learn to
read, write and speak the German language,
they now have an opportunity to gratlly
that wish. Rev. Duersehner Is a thorough
German and English scholar, and will spare
no effort to mako the school of which ho Is
principal a success.
Ily order of the Ho.Gin or Dikectorsi. I
C C Hit !
Mike Rowley, the city clork, 1- a cross
grained young man If bo docs look as lus
cious as a peach. Wo know this to be so
II Mlko Howley were not n cross-grained
clerk, he would leave at Tnrc Hullkiin
office, as at the 'Sun,' notices of couucll
meetings. Mlku Rowley does not leave at
This Humetin ofllco notices of councl
meetings. Therefore Mike Howley is n
cross grained clerk. The logic, Is we take It,
good, but, 111 the face of all Mike's neglect of
u, wc pronounce him a right good sort ot a
fellow. Hut why don't he give us notice of
the meetings or the council r A meeting is
called frequently as suddenly as a thunder
shower comes up theso days, and we know
nothingof it until It Is over. This Is wrong.
Wo lose so much and so dues the public.
Hiislneis in Judge llross' police court
yesterday was only moderately brisk. Flvo
eves were tried, aud the tecs In each case
collected with the Usual regularity.
Joe. Ileasley ami America Hayes had a
tight. Joe Ileasley Is n white woman, and
America Hayes is a colored damsel of about
260 pounds acrdupols. Joe Ileasley called
America Hayes a "dd dirty so and so;"
America Hayes would not stand that, aud
called Joe Ileasley another. They bad a
light, and all got airested. live dollars and
costs, each paid the bin. They are all hap
Lou Smith, keeper ot a house of ill-fame,
was arrested and brought Into court. Her
law ycr being out of tow 11, tho case was eon
tinned lo 11 o'clock this morning,
A leec saloon-keeper, has a houe up
tow n, and has a tenant in it. Tho owner of
tho property Jon't get much rent out of his
tenant. Tho landlord yesterday after lining
his hide full of benzine, went after his ten
ant and found him. Ho demanded his rent
money, but the tenant aforesaid could not
liquidate, when Mr. Landlord proceeded to
"put h head on him." Landlord
paid llross f 0 CO. Rather an expensive way
of collecting rent,
Thomas Kelly, for a very plain drunk, w as
tixed two dollars and the "inseporables."
Thomas paid and started out for another
MATTRASSKa FOIl EVKRYHODY.
The undersigned wishes to Inform the
Inhabitants of Cairo and vicinity, that he Is
Unengaged In the manufacture of matrasses,
pillows, and bolster of every dlserlpilon.
springs 011 all kind of mattrasi.es renovated
and refilled. Upholstering and varnishing
done, also carpets, laid and window shades
hung, Old sofas and chairs reseated, and
spring muttrasses repaired. Cushions for
church pews made to order. Also I keep
constantly on baud mittrasscs to lit all
sUcs of bedsteads or lounges. Orders lor
hotels and boarding housos promptly tilled
by railing at G. W. Whltlock A Son, corner
of Tenth street and Washington avenue.
Order for work left there to bo done w
be promptly attondod to. Also at my shop
oplt the slaughter house ou tho Mis
sissippi levee. Work done with neatness
and dispatch. G, W, IllCKsj,
C-s-01' Mississippi lere, t'alio Ills,
MAYOK WOOD 1
WILL Yor CAST YOL'lt EYE TUtS
AD WILL THE COl'NCII, 111! ALM)
A few days ago a woman or what had
been a woman was put off a steamboat at
our wharf dead. Her body laid in the
coffin room id an undertaker for hours
covered with a bed sheet. It Is said the
cholera killed her.
Monday night a roustabout was put off
the steamer Fat lingers, and yesterday
morning was sent to the hospital by Dr.
Wardner. That roustabout was very sick.
Ho purged 11 good deal and vomited, Ho
acted like a man sick with n disease resemb
ling the cholera. Hut the doctor says It
wasn't cholera. Rut It was wc think.
Wo. might call attention to several other
cases ol this kind, but wo will not.
What we wish to effect by these para
graphs Is to try to persuade tho mayor to
prevent the Introduction nf cholera to this
city from the river. They can do this by
procuring the services of a man like Arnold
or Myers, Shechnn or f-ummcrvvcll to board
all boats that land and sec that 110 persons
sick with the cholera are thrown a-hore
here. H necessary tho council might estab
lish quarantine below the city and get sev
eral ol our doctor? to boss it.
Rev. Mr. Tbiyor,of tho l'rmbyterlan
church of this city, will doliver his cele
brated lecture on the "Triumphs of Mind, '
on Friday ovening of Mi week, at his
church, on Eighth street. Out of many
notices ol tho lecture wo select the follow-
The lucluru of II. R. Thayer, at the
I'rosbytorian church, on Friday nlglu
last, upon "Triumphs of Mind," whs cur-
miniy one 01 uie iwi 11 iiai teen our lur
luno to listen to for along lime, tho theme
was eloquently handled by tne gifted
poaltor, whose elaborations of the power,
lorco aud conquuits of mind of over mattei
charmed and highly interested ins intelll
gent audience. Central! Ddtnocrat.
On Monday evening, Rev. II. JJ. f bay
nr, of this city, delivered an able and in
structive lecture before the Kankakee Lit
rury Institute, entitled "The Triumphs
uf Mind." It was an erudite production,
ifoquent and highly cnlorlaintng Thi
tccturo discovered extensive reicarcb,
carelul and correct reading, tninutu obser
vation, aud large appreciation of the won
ders which tho mind of man has conceived
and accomplished since he caino upon the
Btago of existence, Tho rcverond lecturer
was attentively listened to, and closed
amidst tho well murilod applnuso ot the
entire audience Kankakee Uaz-jtte.
Rev. U. R. Thayer's lecture on "The
Triumphs of Mind," is really a solid, rich,
and brilliant composition, weaving to
gether pure and elevated poetic sentiment,
with rare and instructive facts in science,
literature, nnd the mechanical arts. In
deed, Mr. Thayor's lecture possesses many
attractive features ; one is that it not only
excites an interest in the opening para'
graphs, hut-glows and decpeus in interest
in its culmination and close. Kankakee
Rov. II. R. Thuyer's lecture on
"Triumphs of Mind, ' was superlatively
the best we ever had the pleasure ot bear
ing. During the lecture tha audienco
was held spell-bound from tho opening
sentence to thn closing remarks. As a
protound tbinknr and a writer on the
grand and sublime, bis production of "Tri
umphs of Mind," places him at oncn In
the very front ranks. Jotiosbnro Ga
VILLA I N O US A TT E M PT TO FOROH
A THIRTEEN YEAR OLD OIRL
INTO A HOUSE OF PROSTI
TUTION. It is not an unfrcqtiont occuronce that
by mere chance lunocont and unsuspect
ing girls aro savod from becoming inmates
ot tho vilest brothels, where they are com-
polled to lead lives of wickednoss and
It was an instnncc of this kind that a
littlo girl not above thirteen yoars of ace
at the furthest, was, on Monday afternoon
by making inquiry of a well-known lady
of this city, as to whoro certain parlies
lived, saved from falling into the net and
becoming a inmate of one tho lowest and
filthiest dens in Cairo.
The child, for sbo is nothing more, says
she has no parents, both her father and
mother having died in Pulaski county
when she was about six years old, and
slnco that time she bas lived and worked
in different parts of that county. About
four months ago she went
ta livo with tho family of a well-known
business man, whero she stayed
until tho latter part of last weok.
Although she had to work bard and was
kept busy pretty much all tho time, it docs
not nppoar that she was well paid for her
services, for she has but very littlo cloth
ing, and what ibo has is in rags.
Not long ago she tuedo
tho acquaintance of a man namod W g,
a neighbor of tho family with whom she
llvoil, and it camo very near being a sad
day for hor that she mado the acquaint
anco of this man W 1. YV 1, in
his deilro to accomplish her rum, told hor
of a certain house in this city where she
could go to and live as long as sbo wanted
to; that the landlady would provide bur
with uica clothing, and that she would not
have D do any hard work, and always
have plenty of money. This was all vory
nico in tho eyes of the unsuspecting
croature, and sbo concludod to come to
Cairo at unco. Shu arrived la town 011
Monday aftornoxi, and immediately
started to find tho bouve of a certain lowd
woman, who is known to everybody
lu thu city. Passing down Commercial
avenue, iho approached the lady above
referred lo, who was standing In tho door
way of ono of the stores near the corner of
Klghth street, aud inquired if tho lady
could toll her "whore a certain Miss
W e lived."
The lady questioned the girl, asking
what she wanted to eo thero for, etc.
The girl then gavo the lady hor history
and told hor why eho wanted to go to Miss
W 0, and of everything that W
had promised she should liavo if she
would go there. Mrs. told hor of the
character of the place to which she was
going, and advised the child to go homo
"1th her and remain there until she
could find something also for
her to do. Wasa told of
she Uarscler f the place (0 which lbs
hadbeon sentlheglrl seemed iurprlied,rr.d
expressed a willingness to do anything
rathor than to go there. She Is now at tho
heuieof tho kind laJy who first met hor,
nd will remain thoro until Mir can find
The houso to which the unmircctlng
girl had been directed, is near tho corner
of Eighth stroet and Commercial avcmio,
and la prosided over by a well-known
prostitute of this city.
yVhatovur may bo the diameter of this
man Vf 1, wo bellovo tho community
would be hotter off without than with him.
He must be an unprincipled villain, and
should bo shunned by all honest men.
Sleamer Lucy Rertram. Cincinnati
" Colorado, Vieksburg
" Rover, St. Louis
Ron Accord. St. Louis
" City of Chester, St. Louil
Steamer Lucy Hertram, St. Louis
" Colorado, St. Louis
" Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah,
condition or TUB IllVXIU.
Tho Ohio i. still falling at this point,
having rocidod five Inches sinco last re
port. It will probably come to a stand
within the noxt twonty-lour hours. Hut
it will not remain so fur any length ol
time as tho swell occasioned by tho recent
beavo rrins will soon passot)', and then we
rna expect lower water in earnest.
Thepilislislppl is rising at bt. Louis at
the nilo of nine inches per day. Consldor
ablu drift cootluuei to float by St. Louis,
indicating that tbo rite in tho streams
tributary to thu upper Mlsiisilppl are
rising, ,s fact which gives promise of a
good stage of water in that river tn some
time to co mo.
IICStSK" A.M) WKATIIKU.
Thoro was another heavy thunder storm
passed over this city yesterday,
l'.ilri began to fall at about one o'clock, ai.d
continued to comu down until after seven
in thu evoning.
Ruslness of every discretion was very
dull yoitcrday. Thero was nbsolutol)
nothing done in the way of shipments ot
Tnu number of arrivals and dpartures
were smaller yesterday than on any pre
vious day for sometime pait.
In tho United States district court, at
New Orleans, on Friday lait, judgment
or 59,000 was obtained agalusl Mr.
Sarah U. Shlrly, R. T. Fuller and Mrs. A
It. Silby, late owners of tbo stonmer Sa
nine, in favor of tbo steamer Richmond,
Capt. L. Holt will assume comuund of
the 1. V. Strader upon her arrival at St.
Louis, whoro she is expected on Fridav
Walkor A: No! Is of this city, are build
Ing six coal barges for the St. Ilernard
Coal company al Memphis
Tho steamers Louisville and Sherlock
have laid up at Cincinnati for want 01
lily araUosial Bank Bnlldlna-.
asvUpeeial attention paid lo orders from sisan
boats nUht or dar
READ I READ II
VVexoha, Mich., Feb. 11!, 1671
Avkkill Chemical Paint Co. (ion
tlomen : Your paint had boon on my I
buildintr but a week or two whon a largo
fire occurred on tho opposite hide of tho 1
street, destroying a number of buildings
a heat intenso oncugh to melt lead pipes
from a soda fountain rtandlng within ten
foet of my building cracking in ten
thousand pieces every pane of glass in my
side walls, and yet never setting fire to
the clapboards j which after the Are I had
but to scrape, and two coats of paint re
stored it as good as new. Your psint
saved my building, and through Its fire
proof qualities, wo wero able to prevent
the spread ot a conflagration which, had
my buildings ignited.would havedestroyed
the ontire business portion of our town
Any numbor of our citizens wilt sign this
certificate If you desire. Truly yours,
H. H. Wheeler,
State sonator, 27th Dlst., Mich.
I will offer for sale on Thursday, June 12,
at 01 o'clock a.m., at the residence of Cfaas.
Hurd on Seventh street, between Washing,
ton avenue and Walnut street, his cutiro
household and kitchen lurnlnurc, consisting
ot marble top center tables, cushion chairs,
bureaus, bedsteads, wardrobes, carpets,
extension tables, raattrasses, pillows, mir
rors, cook stoves, In fact all his household
and kitchen furniture will bo sold, as ho
leaves tho city. Sale, positively without re
serve. D. lUitrMAN, Auctioneer.
This popular hotol has beon rellttcd and
mprovod, and Is now one ol the most com
lortahle slopping places in tho city. Tho
travelling public and persons desiring
pleasant quarters by the week or month.will
always lind them at tho Commercial hotel.
Rates or board have been reductod as fol
lows: Day board, I 50 per week; transit,
Jl WJ per day; board and lodging, from f ft
to 7 per week, tf
ICE CREAM SALOON.
As warm weather Is approaching tho
lovera ot ice cream will be glad to Inarn that
Messrs. Saup A Clarkson have fitted up and
refurnished, in elegaut style, their ice cream
parlors, Their mammoth soda fountain has
also beon put In runiilng order, and nothing
uvvantliu; about the establishment to make
the pleasuro and comfort of tholr patrons
Valuable real estate consisting of three
lots fronting on Fiftoeuth street between
Walnut an 1 Ceilar; large frame house ncaily
new, two stories, thrco rooms yu each floor,
outhouses, etc. For further particulars en
quire at the promises, 3Ikh. C. Skiiwan.
A cabinet organ, ns good as new, and of
tint-class manufacture will bo sold low and
ou easy terms by applying to
r. . v. . Jl88' M. J. DEWEY,
Cor, Waabuigton Ave, and Fourteeuth bt.
Saloon-keepers and all others arc hereby
notllled to sell no more liquor of any kind,
Intoxicating or otherwise, to my husband
J. T. Collins, or they will bo prosecuted to
the full extent ol the liquor law.
2-10-nt' Mahv AnnCoi.lin.
REAL ESTATE FoTiTaLE.
Two housed and three lots on the corner
ofScventh and Walnut streets. The houses
are as good as now, having been thoroughly
repaired this last spring. VI I be sold at a
bargain. Enquire on the premises, or at
125 Commercial avenue. 0-1 1-2 w
A ineeilng of the Cairo Casino will be
b id this evening at 8J o'clock sharp, lor
election of otllecrs, A full attendance l de
sired, II, SCIIMKT7.s)TOI(rT.
0.11.11 Cor. nce'V.
A houe, 8 rooms and ft closet", with one
lot aud a half, corner of Twenty-tlrst and
I'oplar stn-ets, on easy terms. For further
Information, apply ou the premises.
Ilcgu1.tr boarders at the European hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, receive board at
the rate of A-jt) per month, Mo-tf
SHOO FLY !DON'T RODDER ME !
Get one of Standlngcr' Ily exterminators,
at llKKitw vitr, Omit A Co.
Mr. J. M, Moscovlcs Is closing out his en
tire stock of goods at cost. Tho goods
must be sold, as .Mr. Mosenvici expresses a
determination to have his shelves clear and
ready lor his successor ou tho 20th of June.
hereas bv eertnln ninrii' i..,. ,loil.
nionly called "salu iwiitgiigo," bearing date
the .Mil d.iv of J.tmi'irv. A. I). i7l ,liiv r.
curded In book "I" un page bft, lu the re-
comers omce 01 Aieiimier county, state 0
Illinois, on the day ami year Hfoiesald. Al
bert Wright did convey to the timlerslKiied
the follow Ina described leal estate, situated
In thu county nt Alexander ami state ol
Illinois, vi.: iiiu nest Halt of tlie uurth
east quarter ol section four (4). townshlu
1 seventeen 11 soiiiu range, two j), west 01
. the third principal mctld an. vnou this nx-
res condition, however, that In case three
ceitaln promissory notes lor tho sum ol two
nunureu uoii.trs cacii, executed by said Al
hert Wright to tbo iindcrshineil, aud bear
in even unto witn said sale mortgage, uue
ami pa) anie respectively .11 one, two and
ttireo v ears alter date wltli interest at the
rate of ten per rent, iser annum from theii
respective dales until puld, should they nol
be paid according to the tenor and ellecl
thcreor, aud should default be made lu the
payment o I either of said notes when due.
men me remaining notes should at once
become uue and payabl", and tho under,
signed lllluht liroceed aud sell the said res
estate as by ald morlL'ai;e deed provided.
and execute to the purchaser or purchasers
titereoi, ueeus ior tne conveyance in ree ol
thi premises sold. and.
i Whereas, default having been made In
1110 payment 01 the llr-t ot said notes, and
uiu tsiiuie 01 sum nines uaving thereby ue
. come due and payable, n iw.
Therefore, notice Is hereby given, that by
virtue ol thu term, and conditions ol said
-.ale mortgage. 1 will, on Thursday the 12th
nay 01 .nine, A. 11. IS73. at lie court-house
door In tho clly ol Cairo, Illluol', at the
hour nf '2 nYliieL 11. in. ,,f ..,1,1 liv nrnw.a,t
' 10 stl1 lo 'ho highest bidder for cash the
real estate and prestnl-es herein before de
scribed to satisfy said debt, interest, costs
and charges of said trust, and will execute
md deliver to the purchaser a dcedor deeds
therefore. Louim JoHiiic.vsiK.v,
Cvllto, Ills., May 30, ls73. Mortgagee.
Ml lot "
Sealed proposals will be received at th
city clerk s office until 4 o'clock p lu., ol
Thursday, tho 12th day of June. A. D 173,
for luri'lshlii the material-, or doing the
work, or both, lor the construction ol the
following described sidewalks, or either o'
them, vb; On the northerly side ot 15th
(Fifteenth! Mreet, from the sidewalk now
existing on the westerly side ot Washington
avenue to the sidewalk now existing on the
easterly side of Walnut street, and on tin
northerly side of L-th Olghteenth) street,
Irom a line drawn parallel to tho westerly
side of Walnut street, and 10 (ten) feet east
erly from It to the casterlv lino of Ced.11
Sealed proposals will al.o be rceclved as
above fr furnishing tho materials, or doing
I the vork. or both, for the reconstrue-lon or
renewal ot tho following described side
walks, or any ono or moru of them, viz:
On the easier!) side of Walnut street, Horn
t-'ourlh street to Twentieth street ; on the
westerly side of Walnut street n 0111 Fourth
street to a point nfiy loet nor tie ol Seventh
.treet, and Irom Tenth street to Fllteeuth
street ; on the north side of Fourth strcrt,
fiom Washington avenue to
Walnnt street; on botU sides
or Filth s'reet from Washington avenue to
Walnut street: on the nortu side of 'I'wi.liii,
street from Walnut street to a point lsft leet
street irum ts aiuui street 10 a point
eastwardly from Cedar street ; on tin
erlysldo ol Twenty-seventh street,
same side or Twentv-elghlh stret
t. and 011
lif lit ll triMl f mm
commercial avenue to I'oplar street; on ibo
south side of Fifteenth street from Waluut
to Cedar streets, and on the west side ol
Washington avenue Irom Twenty-seventh
street to West Twenty-eighth street.
Said proposals shall' be directed to the clly
council, and will be opened at a meeting ol
tho council ut the time above named.
All proposals shall be made In accordance
with the provisions, rcqulremen b ami sped
tlcatlons of ordinance No. M. unproved
April 10, A. D. 1S73. which ordinance Is now
on tile In my office, subject to e tainluallon
at any time.
The city council reserves the right to re.
Joel any or all bids. M, J. Howley.
. Uaiko, Ills,, May 30, 1S73, City Clci J.
Scaled proposals will bo received at the
city clerk's office until I o'clock p.m. ol
Thursday, tho 12lh day of June, A. )., 1873,
for furnishing the materials or doing the
uiu, .,i until, iur trio construction 01 tho
following described sidewalks or cither of
On the southwardly side ol Seventh street
Irom the westerly line or the sidewalk now
existing on tho westerly side of Washington
avenue, to the easterly lino of the sidewalk
now existing on the easterly feldo of Walnut
street, and ou tho northwardly side, of said
Seventh street, Loin tho westerly line ol the
sidewalk now exl-tlng ou tho westerly side
or Washington avenue, to a p dnt one
hundred feet eastwardly from tho easterly
lino of tho sidewalk now existing on tho
eastwardly sldo of Waluut street.
Said proposals shall be directed to the
city council, and will bo opened at a incut
logor the council at tho time above named.
All nronasals s,':all be n .0 In accni'll.inr a
wild 1110 provi-ons, f iiireni'iils u il
spi. 'tlcatlons of ordinance) No. .VI, approv
April 111, A. D 1&73, which ordinance i ,
now on me 111 my ojuee, subject to CXamllla
tlon at any time.
Tho city council reserves the right to re
Jsct any or all bids. M . J. Hoi! lr v, fC
CAIllo, Ills., May30, 1S73. Citwi.lot
HOT WEATHER IS COM.
INU KEEP COOL.
Rofrigerators at from 18 (o
$50. Ico chests at 11, $13,
$15, $17, $20, eti-. Ueer cool
ors at Cincinnati retail prices
water coolers, ico cream freez
ers, wiro cloth for window
screens, bath and foot tubs,
charcoal furnacos, charcoal by
tho bushel, barrel, etc., at
I3EERWART, ORTH & Co'g.,
130 Commercial A.vi.
AMI Nt MKRTSI
GltAND FA1U AND FKaTIVAL
HALL AND GARDEN
Hy the tidies of the
ST. JOSEPH HERMAN CATHOLIC
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 18;;i.
Everybody Is Invited and expected to be
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splsaJld ateasaer
Dice Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday exrcptud) st
li.m rnr irciKiu opassage apply on boat cr
Jas. MaLLOHV, Ag't.
1'AKKKK & BLAKE,
raltr, Banalac, Uaaolins),
Sod Ibe celebrated illunitnatlot
WOSB LtllLDIN", COH
ilTB ST. A 110 at
MR. MAX ROLLER,
Will only remain In this elty ono weik
longer, and respvcttully requests that orders
for tuning, etc., might be left at E. & W.
Uuder's store. 6-S 0l"
J M. PHILIPS & CO.
Sutteiso.i io E U llenirtiVt fc Co
forwarding and Commission
WHARF -IJOAT PROPRIETORS.
OpJS, literal Advancements mide sCSselY
V3 upjnConiijnmcnli 5
Arc prcpaied to received, store and for srJ
rri'khu to all points and Ley ani
tell on coinmlssIoD
Hti-lness attended to promtly
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