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CAIRO UAALiX BULLETIN, SATUBUAI, JUJNJS 14, 1073
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R B
0 OftAKM OF CABS
A most CAIRO TO
BTiOUIS OR CHICAGO.
OMLY ONX CHANGE OF OARS
OM CAIRO TO
OtatAaaall, s-lltaapoll. Toledo,
Detroit, CUselaad, Ulster Falb
Mlh PitUhuin, Waahlaaton.
aVtMnort, Philadelphia, Htsr Toik,
ottofl aad til pQIBU tatt.
Ihvaaklt, JismtUU, Madison.
LaOrotM, Si. Peal tad ill polaia nortb.
Ibis It tlte the ctlj direct tult to
Daetaar, Bloomlntton, Bpnngfld,
Ftoria, ' Uulnoy, , Kanknk,
Burliaitoaj Rock Island, La Ball.
Msaideta, Diion, Freesort,
ffslsat. Dubuqot, feiom oily,
Oath tad til point northwest,
lacant Drawing Room Sleeping Ca
ImUl Cheeked to til Important points.
Fee ticket tad isformatioD, apply to 1. 0. K.H
ro; OB voaru IP irmoau iunir iir
hma Oolmnbai tad Cairo, and ! tne priaclix
iwmviwnioncii inroaiitoai intfvuini
WVF. JOHN). OHb'I rm. Ac'). Caleo.
A. kimm, os'l Map's. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OK TIMK.
Passenger trains on the Illinois Central
abanire time t-day. From ami alter 2:10
p. m. to-day trains will run at follows :
Kx press, dally .... 3:1ft a. tn,
Mall, except Sunday . . . .4:00 p. ni.
Kxpreas, dally except Sunday. 2:10 p. m.
Mall, " " " ..12:00 night.
On and attcr Sunday, May V, an excur
lion train will be run each Sunday on the
Cairo and VlncOnnoi lallroad, between
Cairo and Mound City, at follows :
Lear M'd City. Arrive at Cairo.
8 a.m. 8:2S a.m
4:30 p m. 4uV p.m.
I.etTt Cairo., Arrivo at M'd City.
0 a.m. v.no a.m.
p.m. &SJ0 p.m.
Fare for the round trip, fifty renu.
ClARUW O. Wood. Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
CAIRO. .ARKANSAS AND TEXAS n. It.
On and after Monday, June 0. 183, trains
win run uhit, except Sunday, uctween
reenfldd't" landlnt; and Slkestou, Scott
aouDty, Missouri, as 1olow:
Leave Qreentleld't 10:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Arrive " VM " 0:10 "
" Charleston 10:4') " UI0 "
" Mkcsloa 7.10 p.m. 0-C tf
CAIRO AND VISCOSES RAILROAD
Tralna now Isave Cairo and Mound City as
Leave Cairo. Leave Mound City.
7:iS a.ra. 7:10 a.m.
Hot. 1:45 p.m.
1:15 p.m. 6:40 "
Ca. O. Wool), Qen'l Ticket Ag't.
-AIJIO AND VINUENNES KAILXIOAD
On and after Monday, February 3, 1873,
t-alnsontht C. and V. railroad will run as
t:lt p. m. le.
6:40 " ar.
avt Cairo 8UK) a. m.
Mound City.. 8:10 "
Bjuorauo.... i:ro p. m.
Canal 3.-01 "
" Mt. Carmel.. f:40 "
Kx- Md. City
eavt YlBcennn,.. 7sX) a. m. .
ML Carmel.. SSJ '
" Carml :53 "
M NorritClty..l0dJ '
Eldorado ...119 "
Mound City.. 4:33 p. m. 7:00 a. m. lc.
arrive Cairo, BA " 7flf " ar.
Connecting at Vlnccnnes with tho lndl
Uapolitand vtnccnnes.Ohto and MtsoWslppi,
and EvansvlUe and Crawfordsllle railroads;
It Mt. Carmel with the Louisville and New
Albany air line ; at Carml with tbe St. Loul
Md Souibeaatera ; at NnrriaCUy the Spring,
fleld and liUools Southeastern ; at Kldorutin
with tbe Shawneetown branch ol the t.
Louis and Southeastern; at Cairo with the
Mobile and Olilo railroad transfer boat, a..u
tuamers for Memphis, Ueu Mlver, Ylcks
nrg and New Orleans.
Cu A8. o. Wood, Qen'l Ticket Ag'L
Jxo. Lu, jr., Snp'u
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. 8. Bio. Ber., UBSKkVKR's OrricK, 1
Cairo, dune. 13, laT3, 10-.11 p.m. )
Thermometer 71 degrees.
um, aouiaweix, velocity i muei per
Maximum Umperature Ult SI hours, at
p. in., tsa aegreei. -
Minimum temperature, lut hours, at
a. m., iu agrett.
Prevalllag wind but 04 hour, northeast
Total number ot milts wind travelltd, last
Wk uuuni, oi.
Balnfall last 14 hours. It Inches.
Euww Oihla.sd. Observer,
Mrt. H. I. Horn wlshe to Inform her
piirotis and tbe ladles ot th city generally
that the hat removed ber dress-making
rooms. No. 1H to No. 105, next door to tbe
Amentum, up stairs, &. lm
rue white injle aud double X amber
tlBflt and double X Canary, best quality ot
Manilla, blue letter, etc., etc. M.OQO for
ale, printed t3 WtoO M per thousand
tthi Bullktjn OrncB,
Tt) any and all who desire a fine
fenulne French calf.kid, Morreco or patent
Isather palrof booU, galurs or shoes of any
or all or the latest ttylei, William Khlers, oi
Twentieth street, It ready to fundsh them
t tht most reasonable rate, and guarauteci
food ttock,good flu ana perfect satisfaction
Mn. Anna Lang on Klgbthitreet, between
CtntwtrcUl and Wubiagton avenues, has
Jwt opened out a stock of sew and fashion
kbit mllllntry goods. 'Site bat one hundred
ud fifty different ttyleiof halt and bonnets,
fcetldt a large assortment ol ribbons, flow
re and notions ot ait sorts, all of which wll
kx told at the lowest prices.
FINE LAUNDRY WOHK.
MJ.'LetUe Colemiu uket this method ol
IsfomUg Uit public that the it now pre.
jatrt'i todoaUkiBdtofflne laundry work, at
kaprati. Flutlag, crimping, etc., dom
tA wall advaaeeperdoieu on plainclothes,
yaaUlM Met ttMdtMl wUI find it to their
4vaUtT k tMlr eloUe9 10 M"' Cole-
Mtln"T ; rum, touui
klltTII TrrTi' CoaetatreUl
The Ferry company't new boat, "Throe
State," gives perfect satisfaction. She bai
already proven hersell to be nortb all the
The Pulaski county circuit court Is still In
session. Judge Baker necmi determined to
clear the docket of all business beforo bo
' The Methodists are bating their liouio of
worship repaired. A new roof Is belli put
on ibo building, Mr. Chas. Lame is doing
The magnlHcent steamer Great Republic
put(n an appearance at the wharf In this
city yesterday, llcr arrival was announced
by the tiring of a cannon.
The railroad strip is not being "cleared
up" so last after all. Parties who frequent
Ihnt locality say there are yet a thotisaud
and one different stink there.
Loss on life ol Mr, Fret). Hose, (2,000, to
Mrs. Frcdcrlka Hose. Ulobo Mutuul Llle
Insurance company of New York.
J. O. Wiiitr, Oeu'l Ag't.
The entcrprUing merchant of Washington
avenue, Mr. Mucovlcs, will until the 'JUlli
Inst., dlsposo of hit large stock ol good-,
notion, etc., at cost. Call on blm It you
want bargains. C-l-tl
This morning at tbe l'lauter't tobacco
warehouse, there will be olfcrcd for rule
about -10 lib J, of tobacco, some of It of mi
pcrlor quality. A good attendance ofbuj-
eri is expected.
Mr. J. M. Moscovicsls closing nut bis en
tire htocV of goods at cost, lha good
miit bo nold, as Mr. .Muscovies expresses a
determination to havo bis shelves clear and
ready lor his siioceror on the 20th or June.
New stock and new styles ol wall paper
paints, oils, window glasit, etc., etc., at U.K.
Melgit' new store, Washington avunuo ami
Eleventh street. Call and see the latest
styles in wall paper beforo purchasing else.
where. 4-1 -
In an item referring to thi exclusion of
tho Union Sabbath school we said (he party
went to Caledonia, when wu should line
said (ir.md Chain. Parties who attnndeii
tho picnic arc loud in their pral-e ol tho
manner in which they were entertained ly
Mr. Porter and liU son ot tho latter place.
The festival recently given by tho colored
people of this city for the ticnstltof the wife
of the negro Thomas, shot by tbe lute Con
stable Wcldon, did not turn out well for her.
She says the managers ot the festival got it
up managed It, and pocketed all pro
cecds turning over to bcr only a' little over
lour dollars. Who were tbe "mauagerV'
The Cairo, Arkansas and Texas railroad
propose to run a special train on the -Uli ol
the present month, from GreeuuVtd's land
ing to Slkestou, Missouri, a distance of
twenty six 'mites, for tho accommodation ol
tho Moons' ol this city, wbn Intend giving
a picnic aud excursion on that day. The
fair for thy round trip will be $1 7f per per
son. Hacks lor the Cairo, Arkausa and Texas
railroad, starting trom White & (Jrecr's
store, corner ol tjlxth street and Ohio levee,
run as follows:
Leave at -m.
Arrive in city at 10 a.m.
0-3 tf John Mevkrs, Agent.
Mr. 3. M. Moskovics, tbe enterprising
ui In tlry uanild. ivhtni;t,tn uienun
between Ninth and Tenth streets, oilers bl
larice and varied stock of good at cost
prices. His store Is full of the choicest ol
dry' goods of every variety and quality, auJ
tbe-prlcct at which he is disposing of them
are astonishingly Tow. Call upon him and
satisfy yourself. 6-7 tf.
"How to kill a dog" is the title of an arti
cle In a New Orleans paper. We do wish
somebody would Inform the marshal how he
might kill our neighbors' dogs. They are the
barkingest dogs we bate ever seen. They
bark with great Industry night and day, and
are particularly expert at tho busincs from
lo 0 o'clock a.m. They have u Uvoritu
place to do teelr barking, and wc icgret to
ay tha that favorite place is dlrcclly uuder
our bed-room window.
The Methodist Irlends have chartered the
elegant steamer Eckcrt, and propose giving
nother excursion up the Ohio river on thu
ourth of July. 1 lie so excursions have
been very pleasant and satisfactory, and ns
the steamer has been newly painted and
otherwise beautified and made moro com
fortable, this may bo expected to bo more
leasant than the preceding ones, l he ur-
ranccmenU have commenced In good time,
and nothing will be omitted In making it the
the tcaon. We bespeak a
Further notlco soon. 0-12 td.
This It to tntorra the people of Cairo that
Rev. C. l uerschner, pastor of the German
Luthern church ol ibis city, has opened
school wherein both tbe German and Eng.
Ilsb lammaites will be tauKbt. If there are
those au.ong our American born citueus
who wish to have their children learn to
read, write and speak tbe German language
they now have an opportunity to gratlly
that wlb. Uev. l)uerchner Is a tborougti
German and Englls , scholar, and will spare
no etlort to makj the school of which he l
principal a success.
ily order ol the UoaiiI) or Dtnr.cTolui.
Levi's sscred bull l dead. His life ended
yesterday morning It is thought by poison
About two years ago, Mr. Levi purchased
the pair, a bull and cow, paying $l!s3 for t
bull alone; and he has on mure than one oc
caslon been offered ii'0 for him. For some
time past the bull has been permitted to run
at Uri;e, aud yesterday mornlnir Mr. Lev
went out to see 11 bo was all right. 11
lound tho animal on tbe Millppi love
near the gasworks perfectly woll. In less
tuanhalfan hour altcrwud Mr. Levi wa
Inlorined that the bull was dvlni;. Ho wei
i umedlatety to where he bad but a short
t mv belore left the animal but the bull was
d ad before ho got there. Mr. Levi had the
t rin taken oft the carcass aud will have it
Mr. A. Ulack, tt tho city shoe store, cor
ner of Eighth street and Commercial avenue,
basjust received a largo stock olucw goods,
consisting ol ladles', gents', mists', and
children' thoes, which lie is oil'erlng ut pri
ces loiter than ever, Tills stock ol shoes
was carefully selected, and is as line an as
sirtment of goods of the kind as was ever
brought to this city. Mr. Ulack, the pro
prietor ol the city shoo store, has bad many
yea experience In the shoe business, and
is thoroughly posted in all lit branches. He
never buys uny but the latest stj let of kooiIs.
and as a consequence has built up a trade In
magnitude second to none lu this city. For
ihe latett styles of ladles', gents', misses'
and children' shots go to A, Black, corner
ol Eighth meet and CotamircttJ avenue.
Judge Mulkey carries a f300 gold wttch
Judge Oreon Is attending circuit court el
Joo Arnold and family haro gone to Den
Hon. (Joo. W. Wall of DuQuoln, ntrlvcd
In this city yesterday.
W, W. Thornton, P. (. Schuh.and others
who wore to witness tho Chicago Jubilee,
have returned home.
Dr Casey, II. F. Potter of tho Mound
City 'Journal,' John 11. Carter, and a num
ber of other Mound Cityttus were in town
Mr. Cat. Davidson who has been sick for
somo time past, left yesterday lor Denver.
Colorado Ho will remain there until his
health Is better.
Wo understand Mr. J. II. Sheldon, ticket
a?ent at this point lor the Illinois Central
r vllroad has sent in his resignation to take
etfect on the first ol July.
Charlie Mason ofthls city has received the
ticket aoncy ol the Cairo, Arkan-as and
Toxa railroad at Orcenllcld's landing. Mr
Mason will mako a good and faithful agent,
and his many Irlcuds In tbN city will be
gbdto hearol his appointment to thU po
Tho following persons were among the
guctsnttho St. Chailes yesterday: S. S
Mcwurt and wife, Urand Ita ild-, Michigan;
w . it. JicClury and II. I;. Hoy c, St. Luut
C. Wood", Sprinxtlcld, Illinois; II. M.
Moore, ltoston; John W. Olllway, Port Cal
lioune; T. 11. Elll, St. Louts;' W. Dlller.
I'hlladolplila; John Orm, Kate Onn. and 11
KUft.MTUitU FOR SALB AND IIOIISK
TO ltr.N J ,
I will sell at private salo at my residence on
Sixth street, near Washington atomic, the
following dc-enbed articles, to-wlt: Four
bedteads,8 m.-itrcsscc, 1 child's bed and
inatress, 1 parlor set, 2 marble op bureau-,
2 marble top washstands, 2 sets ol cane
bottom chairs, i rocking chulrs, 1 bnuk ca-e
and book, 1 mirror (French plate) 7 leet bv
-'J, 3 small tubles, 1 iinrble top centre table,
1 lounge, ft coal-oil lamps, 1 sliver Water
pitcher, salver and cup. 2 wardrobes, &
feather pillows, 111 yards of Hrilssels carpet,
w yards three-ply carpet, 41 yaris two-ply
earpet, 34 yards stair carpet, 21 yards ot rag
carpet, 2 tine tablo castors, 2 bed springs, i
continental selr-feedlng heating stove with
line pipe, and three other heating stoves, Is
window shades, 1 extension table, 1 ice
chest, 1 bathlng-tiib, 4 wah-tub, 2 newly
Invented clothes ringers, I tine cooking
stove, tluwarc, dishes, 1 extension table, :
lot of oil-cloth door mat', 1 ro-ownod 7 oc
tave piano, liie articles have oiilv been
Used for lite mouths. Tho house that 1 oc
cupy will be for rent to a good tenant.
C-W It L. H. Mveks.
A SPLKNDID COUN TUY RHsIDBNCK
SANTA KB ON TUB MISSIS-
Sll'PI R1YBR. -
A first-class cottage houc, with seven
large loom-, good barn, outhouses, cistern
etc., and about three acres of ground with
new bearing of apple, pear, cherry nnd
peach trees of the choicest varieties. Grapes
in abundance. Tul property In all ils'siir
roundlngs is, for a country residence, thu
most desirable in Alexander comity. The
I roperty is situated on an elevation of over
100 fitt and overlooking the Mississippi
river, and in a proverbial healthy country.
Will be sold very tow, If soon. For partic
ulars enquire ol
John y. Ha km an ,t Co..
Real Eitate llrokers.
Or T, L. Pleasants, on thu premises.
TO THE WEsT.
For sale, a ticket good for 1M0 miles
tratel Issued "to bearer" and good either
way for ono or more persons, over the At
lantic and Pacific railroad (length U27 miles)
from Franklin, Mo., through Roila, Lebanon,
Springfield, Pierce City, Neosho and Senaca,
Mo., to Mima, Indian Territory, and good
over the Missouri Pacific rallioad (length 330
miles) Irom St Louis through Franklin, Jcl
fersonCity, Titon, Scdalia, Pleaiant Hill,
Kansas city, Wyandottoand Leavenworth
to Atchison, Kansas, and over tht brancbet
ol these two roads, from Tipton to Boon,-
llle, Mo., 25 miles, from Sedaltato Lexing
ton, Mo., 65 miles, and from Pleasant Hill to
Lityrcnce, Kansas, 01 miles. For further
particulars enquire at this office.
K. A. IIL'IINBTT.
This popular hotel has been refitted and
mproved, aud Is now one ot tbrmost eoni
tortable stopping places In the city. The
travelling public and perons dcslritik'
pleasant quarters by the week or month, will
ilway llnd them at tho Commercial hotel.
Hates ot board have been reducted as fol
lows: Day board, t4 M per week; transit,
il 50 per day; board and lodging, from ib
to i' per week. tf
ORE HUNDRED MEN WANTED.
One hundred men wanted lo work on the
Mississippi Central railroad, seven miles
soutewest of Dresden, Tenuessee, and
twelve colored men for teamsters, by Shee
ban Toler, contractors. Good wuge
given and free transportation lurnlshed.
Apply to M. Uun.vs,
Proprietor Mechanics boarding house,
Cairo Illinois. 0-12-tf
ICE CREAM SALOON.
As warm weather Is approaching the
lovers ot ice cream will be glad to learn that
Messrs. Saup ACIurksou have fitted up aim
refurnished, in elegant style, their Ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain ha
also been put In running order, and nothing
is wantiiur about the establishment to make
the pleasure and comlort of their patron
complete , 4-ir-tt
Valuable real estate consisting ol three
lots Irontlng on Fifteenth street between
Walnut an i Cedar; large frame house nearlt
new, two stories, three rooms on each floor,
nuthouses, etc. For further particulars en
quire at the prcmlsot, Mns. C. Seiibun
nOT WEATHER IS COM-
1NG KEEP COOL.
Refrigerators at from $18 to
So0. jco chests at 11, Si,,
Slo, 17, S0, etc. Beer cool
ers at Cincinnati retail price
water coolers, ico cream freez
ers, wire cloth for window
screons, bath and foot tubs.
charcoal furnaces, charcoal bv
tho bushel, barrel, etc., at
Beeiiwart, Orth & Co's.,
136 Commercial Ave.
BOARD OF HEALTH.
MESSAGE FROM THR MAYOR
OONCRNIN( THK ACTION
OF THK HOARD.
TIIKY ARK HARD ATWORK, AND
JJOINU THK llESf TUEY
, OAN UNDER'! HK OiH
CUMSTANORa. At tbe meeting of tha council held on
Thursday afternoon, the mayor read tbe
following meisago concerning the doings
of tho board of health : '
Gentleman of tho City Council :
At chairman of your board of health I
deem it highly pronur that you should be
maue acquainieu wuu wuas oas uoeu uuuv,
and wbr.l we aro at presont trying to do
to clean up our city. One week alter lb
organir.ttiun of tbe present administra
tion, 1 as mayor istuoa my procla
mation cslltni: upon all cliuont to clean up
their premises. On tbe '11 lU of May I Is
sued another order, nuiuying an
citizens that tho police of the city were
ituthorlzed to make arrests wherever
nuUancvt were found, without further
warning. On tbo2'Jth I Issued a circular
notifying all parties wbota all dead car
ens us, rubbish, etc., should be deposited,
and In fact 1 may say it has been one con
linual trv to clean up tha city for the last
six weeks, and I may say, with a good
deal of luccetl. A great many arrests
havo been made, and a ureal many moro
could be mmle if tho ordinances
wero such as could cover all
the catet. 1 cannot too strongly
urge tha amendment of sections 80, 81 nnd
82 of ordinance No. -1. They ought to be
uiado moro binding ami thoroujn and
made so thut a notification from the board
of health to parties maintaining nuisances
would bo all the evidenco requlrod to
make a caso for tho city. I beg loavo fur
thur to sialo that nil boats arriving hern
tor the last two works have bee'n boardoi
by the chief of police or by ono of his
incers, anu strict ei animation mad
anu snouiu any person be found Hex
on any boats arriving hero the ofllrors
re ordiTeil to call n physician who de
c let u na her it it a caso to order tho
b nt into quarantine or not. This am
braces all ut tho rules in sections I, 2 an 1
.', ordinince No C; and it will bo ss)
that the 1 o rd of braltb has fully enrm- up
1 1 too oruina'icei oi in" c ly in tm par
Ucutur. 'Die mayor has ro power to
tabllsh a quarantine other tbnn stated
tbove, and has no poaer lo employ men
or boards on any given point. Ho i
merely an eiecuti'vo officer, and it such
does the best he can undor tbe ordinances
of tho city. Should the council deem ih
presont powert sumcient, tboy need not
change them; but if, on the other band
tboy think the time bat come to have
some mature deliberations on tha sick
ness now prevailine in Memphis. I honp
they will lose no timo In doing so, and do
it in a quiet, expeditious, and In as tcien
title a manner at possible.
I have tli honor to enclose a circular
sent me yesterdty from Evantvillo, In
diana, and rocommend that it bo printed
in all thn pipers nf the city, and the rlti
iz n be nventlv requested to tupnlv them
pve with a copy. whn printed, of the
said city paper. JOHN wood, Mayor,
Tbe following it tbe circular referred to
by tho mayor :
The board of health have Issued the fol
lowing circular: Cleanliness and ventilation
are ot the utmost importance as health
measures. Accumulations of animal or
vegetable matters, liable to decay, should
bo avoided. Cellar and out-bolises should
be Ireiiucntly and thoroughly clo.ncd, and,
ir need be, disinfected. Wbcre tho water
ot cisterns emits a smell it should bo de
odorized. Privy vault should be disinfected
fufflulcntly olten to prevent any foul
odor. Drains, gutter and alley, where
slop Is thrown, should be UMulected at least
three time n week with common lime or
some of the preparations named below.
Walls and fences 11 plv In absorb moisture
shoiild be freely coated with lime whitewash.
Disinfectant common charcoal finely pow
dered answers well for cisterns. One quart
thrown Into a cistern or ordinary size will
deodorize it lor six we t. Should the
wa't r be very foul, permanganate ol potash
should be used. One ounce fill cents! will
purily a buudrcu-barrel cMeru. Common
copperas (0 to lo cents per pound) is one of
the cheapest disinfectant lor privy vault,
nu iiuunus oi conuerai to turee
rallon of water, some of which
hould be llseil dallv. will imrlrv
in ordinary nrivv for three woo s. L'arlio-
late ot lime (20 cents per pound) Is perhaps
the most decided and efficient disinfectant,
but lor odor u-u It Is objectionable because
of Ita tarry smell. One pound will purity a
privy tor tnroe week, r or household use,
liromochloralum (50 cent per pint) i most
desirable because of Its bating no odor.
One pint added to nine pint of water. II
occasionally sprinkled about or placed tn
open ve-sci or poured on sponge tut
pendedln the air, will thoroughly disinfect
iiny room, cellar or privy from ono to turee
REST BUSINESS LOTS IN CAIRO.
One and two, block the, corner ot Tenth
and Liveo ttrectt, to long enquired alter.
ve now offer tor sale on eay term. Thl
properly, as is well known by residents of
Cairo, Is for business purposs, the very best
tu the city . For toms, etc., enquire ol
John (j. llAittux & Co.,
0-13-tf. Real Estate Broker, etc.
REAL ESTATE FOR HALE.
Two houses and thrco lots on the corner
or Seventh and Walnut streets. The houses
are as good as new, having been thoroughly
repaired this last spring. Wl I be told at a
bargain. Enquire on the premUei, or at
125 Commercial avenue. 6-U2w
A cabinet organ, a good as new, and of
first'claiis manuiaclure will be told low und
on easy terms by applying to
MUH. M. J. Diwiy.
Cor. Washington Ave. and Fourteenth St.
Saloon-keepers and all others are hereby
notified to sell no more liquor of any kind,
intoxicating or otherwise, to my husband
T. Collins, or they will be prosecuted to
tho lull extent ot the liquor law.
'i-10-ot. Makv Ann Collins.
An unfurnished room with board,
pleasantly located, on Tenth. No. 40
betwi en Walnut and Washington streets.
References requited. A few day boarderi
can be accommodated also C-13-flt
A houeo, 8 rooms aud 6 closed, with one
lot and a half, corner of Twonty-flnt and
Poplar streets, on easy terms. For further
Information, apply on the premises.
Ily a llrst-clasa cook, hotel or boarding house,
ply at this office, or at Mrt. Sullivan's
imurdln i house on Ttveuty-flUh street.
Kegular boarders at the European hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, receive board at
tho rate of f 20 per month. o-io-ti
SIlOO FLY I DON'T BODDEB ME I
Get one of Standlnger's fly eitermlnstors,
t Brrrwakt, Osth A Co.
FRtci OURMRT OrrtcR,
Thursday Ere, Junt II, 1873.
Wo have nothing saw to notice In tha
goneral market. The presont dullness In
all branches of tbe Brain, flour, nroducn
and general commission business bat not
teen lu equal tinea Cairo could be called a
"White corn, and choice meal are
Arm, but overythlog else il weak and de
clining. Heavy rains hare falcon tlnco our last
inue and farmert throughout the country
are generally backward with their work
In consequence of tho very wet season
which bids fair to continue.
Tho weather it very hot, except during
prevalence ofttormt and showers.
Freights are scarce, and rates unchang
ed. Merchant aro forwarding large con
signments of hay, in order to clear the
storeaga roomt, there being no tale for
any kind In this market.
f9Coriopondentt should bear In
mind that our quotationi repretont prices
for round lots from first hands, unless oth
erwise ttated, and that In filling small or
ders higher prlcci must be paiu.gc
FLOUR The market It flat. Stocks
ate largo and Increasing and prices aro
quoted lowej, with a docidod downward
tendency on all grades Transactions aro
limited to smalt Jobbing lot, and embraia
CObbls XXX $7 CO; 60 bbls XXX winter
$7 75; amfnuo bbls various grades $5 to
HAY Tho bottom hat fallen out of the
hay market; roceipts are largo with no de
mand. Choice Timothy was offnrlni: to
day a $16. We bavo no sales to roport.
CORN All kinds are scarce and want
el, white especially so. Owing to the
scarcity of receipt", prices havo stiffened
nd tend upward, quoted firm 46 for mix
ml and 50 for white in car-load lota Sales
2 ears mixed del 18o and 8 cars white do
WHEAT Very little demand. 3 cart
medium red told at $1 35 per bus.
OATS-Very dull and plenty. No de
mand at all. No buyers in the mtrket.
Choice in tackt are bold nominally at 3 Sc.
Wa heard of no salva.
OILS MEAL Receipts have txtn
pretty satisfactorily disposed of at $2 36
to 2 10, and there it a better feeling In the
market. Choice brands were held at $2 40
to-day, lower grades S2 35. Sales wero
200 bbls S. D. del $2 40.
BRAN Plenty, dull and unchanged.
Salos 1 carload at f 12 00.
BUTTER Unchanged. Stocks large
and demand small. Sales made wore
fresh at 20c and medium to cbolco store
packed 15 to 18c.
EGGS No doniand excopt for fresh ro-
coptt, these tell at 10c per dozen, tbipper's
CHICKENS The demand it fair for
choice hone and tbe market it only mod
erately supplied, Prices range as previ
ously quoted, $3 00 to 3 50 fur choice mix
edand $3 26 to 3 76 lor .choice hens.
FRUIT All kinds or small frultt, ber
ries, ate, are wanted. Ho recoiptt anJ
no tales reported.
POTATOES The teaton for old pota
toes) it past, there it only a (mall local de
mand for teed at previout quotationi.
PROVISIONS Unchanged, market
fully supplied. Sales wore (00 lbs plain
hamton orders 13c; 2000 lbt shoulders on
ordors 7 Jo; 600 lbt cleart tide on ordcrt
10, and 600 lbt canvassed hams 13c.
HAMS Sugar cured canvased are
quoted at 14lCc. Plain ceuntry cured
choice are quoted at Pic.
LARD Roflned it quoted in tierces at
8Jc and in kegs at 0010c.
BREAKFAST BACON Quoted at
DRIED FRUIT. Vorylittlo doing
Dried peaches are quoted at tftGc, and
dried apples at 6c.
SUGAR.-Selllng at 13c for coffee A ;
14HJc for crushed, powdered and gran
ulated. TEAS. Imperial, 761 26; Gunpow
der, 751 25; Oolong black, 76$1
Young Hyson, $101 40.
CHEESE.-Good demand ; New York
factory V lb 16j17c
KYRUPS-Tho demand It fair for
choice at 60rf 1 gal, and Naw Or
loam at 7A08Oc.
VLA TERING HAIR-35C V bushel,
LIME. In lots SI 25 to 1 60 V bbl.
CEMENT. At wholesale l(Sa 50 V
GUNNIES.- Re-sewed U bushels lie;
8 busholt 20c.
BURLAPS. 21 busholt corn, 9 ot
lSJc; do 10 oz 16c; 4 bushels Oats 20c; 6
bushels 21c; 6 bushels 22o.
SOAP. Scbaeffor's German mottled
7Jc; Champaign soap, TJc.
TALLOW, V lb 7e.
COFFEE Scarco and firm, Java sell,
ing at 81032c; Laguayra 24025c, Rio
prime to choice 24026c.
BROOMS. Dull; common house sol)
at $1 60; choice and extra choice 3
3 76 ; steamboat $4 6006 00.
FREIGHT Cotton, compressed U
New York, 85c; to Boston, II. Un
compressed, to New York, SI 14; to Bos
RATES To New Orletfit and Vlckt
burg: Potatoes, apples, ate, 80q pori
1; pound freight! 15o owt bay S8
per ton; wuitkuy 1 40 par bbl.
TO MEMPHIS-Flour, etc 26c nor bbl;
pound freighti 12)e per cwt; hay 14 par
ton; whiskey 80o per bbl; pork I0o par
F. M. Ward Is new im-pared to deliver the
best of sawed and split lib kory wood to any
part of the city. Also all kin lof wood and
cotlulwa; on hand. Leave orders at bit
olllce, corn.r Seventeenth street and Com
mercial avenuo. 8-25 tf,
Five thousand lbs breakfast bacon; 30,000
lbs bacon shoulders; 5,000 lbs plain hams.just
received, and for tale low at Mathutt A Unl'l.
The place to buy wallpaper JO per cant,
cheaper than aay other plae la the city U
o.i)MTsatmL Try It, H
Steamer Idlewlld, Evantvlii
11 Rnti .1 V t
Mary Alloa, St LouU
Grafton, St Louis
Ilenry probasco. Memphis
Chas Rodman, Cincinnati
Frank Frost, Memphis
Colorado, St Louis
Arkansat Belle, Evaiisvilla
Steamer Colorado, Vlcktburg
,. HhV ,,oJn'. New Orloant
' Idlewlld, Kvansvllla
' Mary Alice, New Orleans
" Grafton, south
" Grand Tower, Memphis
" Richmond, New Orleans
" Robert E Len, Nw Orleans
'' Probasco, Cincinnati
' Ham Roberts, Loulivilo
" Frank Frost, Ohio river
Tho Ohio is stationary at this point, and
will be falling in a vory short timo.
Tbo Mississippi is falling at St. Louis,
having declined throe Inches In tho twenty-four
hourt ending at 0 o'clock p.m.
Thu rid ay.
nCHIMK!!.S AXI) WRATH En.
The weather yosterday wtt not so vory
warm as for several days back. In the
evening a thunder storm jtjroie, and rain
fell at Intorvals tbe grcator part of thu
Business on the landing was very little
bettor than it was the day beloro,,but II
was by no meant lfcely.
There waa about tho isms number of
arrivals nnd departures during tho day.
The Groat Republic came In with a
good trip of freight and passenger for the
South. While on her way to tbii city,
near St. Marys, sho itruok a rock, caus
ing a tllght leak But slight damage wh
dune, however, as thu leak was checked
before any of ber freight was much wet
Capt. Pnilo Young commanded tho R
publlo to this city. Capt. Thorwogiili
camoby rail, and arrived in this city juti
a few minutes after tbo Republic. He
will resume command ol her for tbe
balance of tbo trip.
The cblel of polico of Memphis not I fie
steamboats that they aro liablo to a flno ot
460 for keeping or entortalnlng passengers
for more than C hours beforo departure,
and throe hours in daylight after arriving
unless a hotol liconse it procured.
Tho Belle of Texas, Legal Tondcr, G
W. Cheek, Anna, Pat Cleburne, Rbod
and tug Mignonette, aro laid up at Mom'
phis tbe two latter repairing,
Tha new wrecking steamer R. W. Du
gan bas gone to Rising Sun to remove the
old dock in the chute, after which she will
pull to pieces the wreck of thS MvCulloch
It it laid the J as. Howard it coming up
the river with the "biggest trip of tbo sea
son" at the advanced rate of twenty cents
psrewt., and a cabin full of passengers
Wm. Arnold, Uonry Asbton and many
others, members of the crew of tho ill
fated Mary E. Forsythe, arrived in tbls
city on board of tbe steamer Pauline Car
roll. They reiterate tbe account already
published concerning tbe sinking of the
Forsytbe. Capt. Hambloton and one or
two othen are still behind and will arrivo
iu a day or two.
Cttj HaUaauU Bank Bnlldlna.
asvBpMla attention paid to orlsrs trom ti
CAIRO AND PADUCAU
Tht iplaailld sUsattr
Dick Fowlxb, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY. (Sunday excepted) at
4 p.m For freight opaasage apply on boai or
to Jas. Mallohy, Ag't.
CAIRO CITY COAL
la orepertl to supply ousw asr iitt tti
PITTSBURG AAD ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at HalUday Bros, office, 7
OHIO LRVKR. or at the Coal Yard below the
St. cnariet uotel, win receive promm am n
tlon. The 1a "Montauk" will bring cot
Imtrilrte ui uaniere at .iny hour.
Om LsWRR HAIFO. It.t
MR. MAX HOLLER,
Will only rerasln In this city one week
laoier, and rsipsctlully request! that orders
lortUBlng, au., ought bslelt at E. A W.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby ghcu to all pcr-ons Intor
ested I hat tho clt) council ol tlio city Uf
Cairo, Illinois, having oi ill red that side
walk be reconstructed ami renewed on tho
lollowlng named street", lo-wlt: tin tho
north ldo of Nineteenth street from Com
uielclal utentiu tn Poplar .street; on the
west aide 0i t'opiar street irum pulsion
street to Twenty-liltli street; on
the north side ol Twentieth street
from Ohio leteo to Walnut street;
on tho south sldu or Tnenlleili reel from
Ohio leteeto Washington ateliuo, have ap
plied to the eotinly court of Alexander
county, stato ol lilliiot., ior an aCsnueiit
ol the eost of sold lii)prov10ll C(u,r,lng
to benefits, and an asjc-siuent tbeieuf hav
ing been made, ard relumed to -nia court,
the final bearing thcreol will bu had at tho
.illy term ol salu court, commencing on tho
21st day ol July, A. I All persons
desiring ihhv then and thero appear and
make their deleusu
.JOHN O. llAHMAN, )
John If. Oos.ihan, I Commissioners.
THOMAS Wl.N1 Kit, I
Dated June 11, IM.il. ClS-St
SPECIAL AabKdSMKNT NOTICE.
SPECIAL WARRAN V NO. 1.
Public notice is hereby irlven that llm
county coilrl.nl Alexander futility, bus ren-
lr jiwKiiiriii ior -i special assessment up
on propel ty belli filed by the lollcittlng I in
provenieiit: T he new sidetsulk on the west
Ideo! Commercial ut cuuc, between .-ocoiid
ami I bird slruxti; the new sideitulk on tho
south sldu ol Tenth street, trom Walnut
trectto .Ullersori atiiiue; tlu new side
Walk on thu miuth sldu nl I'lilrteelilh street,
from Comiiierel.il avenue to Wa-hliiatou at-enu.-;
the nuw sidewalk on tlie noith .lde
ol Sixth i-treet, between Wn.hlngtori ute
ntiu ut dJetterson avenue: the new slilettnlk
oh the east sldu ol WHshliiKtou utenue, in
Iriuit ot lots IS. IU, 20 and 21, in block 21, In
the city ol Call'); the new sidewalk on
the north side ol Twelllh street in rront of
block ne, In the Tlilid tuidltloii to the city
ot Cairo; the new sidewalk on tho north
luo ol i,ro-s street, Irnin Wa-hlnglun aVi -mie
to Walnut strict ; thn new Miii-niiik on
he east side oi lli.llirook avenue, from U c-t
rwelity-thlnl to We-t I'tventj -Inurtli -trti't.;
lie new rldetvulk on ti c south side of est
rweiity-tourth stieet limn llulbiook aveliuu
to Purk aveliuu; thn leeon.tiiHlcd side
walk on the south sole ol Ditls.
Ion street Irom Pupbtr sircet tn
Wellington avenue; th reconstructed side
walk on tlic north lde ot Cent- r street Horn
t ushlligton at'ellou to WhImiiI stiret;the
recon-trilutcd sidewalk on the en t side of
P-iilar street Irom Eighteenth street to 1)1
tt.loii tree' ; the rcoonstrtl' ted sidewalk on
the west side ut Poplar street Irom Klgh
Irentli to Hit Islon streets; the reeun-lru ted
idewalk on the sdulli side ol Nineteenth
-treet Irom Poplar treet tu Commercial ate
line: the reeon.lruit-il -Iduwalk on thu
north side of Twenty-fifth street from
Wa-hlngton avenue to Walnui street ;
the reeon. trui tt dildew. Ik, urth sou b sldo
of Twenty-llllh trrut irm Walnut
street to llulbrouk avenue; thu tecontruc
ted sidewalk on the south side ol Thirty
lourlli reel Irom Commercial avenue to
Washington avenue, u4 will more Hilly ap
peal Irom the certified copy ol the judgment
on tile in the olllce ol the clerk of the il' of
' ulro, that a warrant lor the collection of
such a-si'ssmeiit Is In the hands of the un
dersigned All persons Intern-icd are hereby notified
lo call and pay the amount- usses-ed at the
collector' iirtici) No. 01 Ohio Lcvt-o within
thirty day irom tne date hereof.
Dated thlsllih day ol June, A. D., 1H73.
Riiiikht A. Cu.nmoiiam, Collector.
H. A. Thorns L. D. Thorns
T1IOMS & IIKOTHEK,
Succrsosrtto It. M. Hulcn.
COMMISSION MKItCHANIS, BltOKEIiS
AWD DCALXR8 IJ
Htaple nnd Fnney Hrcrln,
Foreign and Domestio
131 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO. . . ILLINOIS
II iJRJIAN SCUM ETZSTO R FF,
(Successor to II. Thlelecke.)
Ileal, r lis All Kl.ia
nETWKKX TRHTU AND KI.ENKNTH BTRKKTS
Having purchased tho grocery citabllatj
inent ol II. Thlelecke. I shall alway keep
on hand a full and fresh supply of all the
best k'oods In my linn, to bu found In the
market. Ily trlct ottomifln f0 buslne,
a'ld lair dcullng, 1 hupe not only to rialn
all thu custom the place has enjoyed In the
past, but to add to tho list many new pa
ir ins. Asking a fair Miure of publlu patron
ago, Rispcctfutly, llp.it.vtAM onf!HT0nrr
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
' CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Office over First .National bank. 3-IMm
John II. Mulkey. Willara C. Mulkey.
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Olllce, rear rooms over Hanuon's b"?
NO. 121 COMMERCIAL AVKVUR,
Between Seventh and Klghth streets.
(IRK EM & GlLiihilvi,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
'llllwu II. Greeu, 1
Willi.ni I) Ollrrt. CAIRO, ILI.tNOIU.
Miles F.Ollkert, J
adrBpeaia. tttsntion glftu to Admlraltr tad
orrtoi onto lrvbc, boomb T ard 8 otri
OITT NATIOVAL ttARK.
JAMES II. SMITH,
Real Estate Aoknt.
. si i.tnil nf rnal itttft
. VWWn Si.OflO nn In.
20,000 in sum ,,. Z-
proved real estate security In Cairo.
mridt reaMMhle rates lu first-class com-
Paulei- . an n. t
6-11 tf. ' CAIRO, ILLS.