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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JUNE 15, 1873
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HO CHANG OF OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
OM CAIRO TO
CtaetaaaU, 1-lian.poll., Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, Niagara Pilli
BaBelo, Pitutarx. WMblnRton,
BeltUBore, ;rhlldlphl, New Totk,
Bolton tad all point, east.
Mltwankle, Janeertlle, Madison,
LeCros., Bt. rul ud til poind north.
I hi. It also the only direct route to
Beeettr, Bloomtogton, Hpringeld,
Peoria, Uulncr, Keokuk,
BurliBftoai Rock Island, I Belle,
Beadota, Dixon, Freeport,
tltleae, Dubuque, Hioui Olty,
Oaths Udell point northwest.
llegant Drawing Room Sleeping Cut
until xugni xraini.
M Cheeked to tit Important point..
Vet tickets tad Inform. turn, end to I. O. R.R
depot tt Cairo; on botrd the trtn.it iteamer be
nraea uduubdu tad Cairo, tnd at Me prlnclps
railroad ticket offlees throughout the .outh.
W. P.JOHN0ON, eWlFa... Ag't, CiiieafO.
A. MiToaiu, Q.n'.Bup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIME.'
Fassemrer trtlni on the Illinois Central
ahange time to-day. From and alter 2:10
p.m. to-day trains will run at follows;
Express, daily ...,3:lBa. m.
Mall, except Sunday ,...4KKp. tu.
KxpreM, dally except Sunday.. 2:10 p.m.
Mall, " . 12:00 night.
On and after Sunday, May 25, an excur
sion train will be run each Sunday on the
Cairo and Vlncennei tallroad, between
Cairo and Mound City, at lollow :
Leave ll'd City. Arrive at Cairo.
8 a.m. 8:25 a.m.
:30 p.m. 4Mp.m,
Leave Calre. Arrive at M'd City.
PJB. 6:30 p.m.
Far for the round trip, fifty cent.
Ca-AftXM O. Wood, Gen'l Ticket Ag't.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS 11. It
On and after Monday, June 9, 1673, train
wiu run aaiiy, except aunuay, between
ejreenneicv landing and Slkeston, Scott
ceunty, Missouri, at follows :
Leave Greenfield's 10:00 a.m. and f:.l0 p.m.
' Charleston 10:40 " U:10 '
" Slkeston 7.10 p.m. U-0 If
VAIHO AND VINCENNES JIAI LHOAD
Train now leave Cairo and Mound City as
Lear Cairo. Leave Slonnd City.
':. 7:10 a.ra.
I1."- 1:45 p.m.
Cha. o. Wood, Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
jiSMO AND VINCENNES RAILROAD
On and after Monday, February 3, 1873,
i-alna on thC. and V. railroad wfll run as
tr.l& ji. ui. lo
8:30 a. ra.
0:40 " ar.
M Mt. Cannel.
, 2:23 "
, 3.01 "
press. Md. City
.-cbt vincennes... ,.tK)a. in,
" Mt-Carmel,. 8 SSI "
" Cannl 0:55 "
" Eldorado. ...11:00 "
L " Mound City.. 4:33 p. m. 7:00 a. m. Ic.
Arrive Ctlro 6:03 " 7:25 ' ur.
Connecting at Vlncenncs vrltb the Indl
uitpoll. and Vlncennes.Ohlo and Mississippi,
lad EvimrvUle and Crawfordsvlllo railroads ;
M Mt. Carmel with, the Louisville and New
Albany air line ; at Ctrml with the St. LouU
uuouuuituitiu ; ui .iomi wiy uio sprlnK
fleld and Illinois Southeastern ; at Eldorado
with the Shawneetown branch of the f-t.
LouU and Southeastern; at Cairo with Ik
Mobile and Ohio railroad transfer boat, and
teamen for Memphis, lied lther, Vlck
org inci .-ew uneana.
Cnaa. O. Wood, Gen'l Ticket Ag't
Jho. Lek, jr., Sup't.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
Caxmo, June 14, 1873, 10.11 p.m. J
Tbtnaomeur 74 itgnt.
Wtna, LOrthweit, velocity 2 rollei
lUzisDsu tta;raturelatt U hours,
P- atL, m ctpttt.
MlsSmua Umperfttore, but 24 hours, at
e a. to., 8 degrees.
JTi-vtUing wind Utt 14 hour. tiorthttH.
Tutid number of utile, wind traull.d, lut
U bourt, W.
iUlufall Its', u bourt. .10 luths.
Euwik 0iO.vD. Observer.
Mrt. JI. J. Horn wlshe. to lulorm her
patrons and the Udin ol the city gtLertUy,
that the has remoted her drt-umUng
rooiai, No. VA to No. 100, Ukt di.or to the
Athetteum, up etolrt. C-t-lm
run white; eibglt and double X aabtr
logic and doublt XCfcuur, bet qualit) ol
maAllla, blue letter, etc., etc. U),W) for
emit, printed atta Mtofc W jtr thouiaud,
at tL RciAmn On ic r.
Te any and alT who dtcire a tii,t,
f tnulne French calf,kld, Morroco or patent
Jitlher pair of boot, gaiter or thou of any
or all of the latest tylet, William Ehltr., on
Twentieth street, 1. ready to furnish them
at the most reasonable rate, and guarantees
good stock,goodfltt and perfect satisfaction
Mr. Anna Lang on Eighth ttreet, between
CommtrcUl and Washington avenues, hat
j nsi opeuta gut a atock or new and fashion
able millinery kooO. She ha ope hundred
and fifty rturreat styles J"u and bonnets,
besfdtalarga awortment ot ribbons, flow
ar aad Botloni'ol all torts, all of which wll
old at UtalowllH prices.
FINE LAUJIDUY WoltK.
ajjrf.Lettla Coleman takes this method or
lafomlBK tbe public that the is now pre
puvitodoallklBdi of floe laundrj- work, at
kaayrataf. FluUng, crimping, etc., done
4 m mult sriraJiM per (lore n oavhio clothes.
rni1"- Md faseUvtduaJ will Ural It to tJjeir
UTMUf ! Uk their clothes to Mrs. Cole.
M rourut (trett, south
Faxon It coming
Tho work of vlcaulng tin tlic city goes
Tbe Sir Knight convlavo .June IC
Old John Robinson with his new grand
olrcui U coming to Cairo.
For a clean, smooth sbave, go to Out
Ilelm'f, Sixth stroot near Ohio Lovco.
Our colored Masons aro going to colo-
brato tho Fourth In patriotic mannor.
The new hall of tho Turniri will bo
opened by ft grand party to-morrow night.
Tho flnejit kind of cigars can be pro
cured at Barclay Brothers' Waihlngton
avenue drug storo.
The place.to buy wall paper 20 per tent.
cheaper than any other place In the city is
No. 2, Seventh street. Try it. 11. Anas,
Capt. W. L. Hfttnbloton is still inllew
Orleans, and will probably not return
home for two weeks yet.
Tho cholera hat not yet made its ap
pearance in this city. We beliovo it will
pass by us without stopping.
" Joe Rider," say the Mound City Jour
nal, " Is married to a young lady of Cairo,
and has abandoned railroading,"
Harrison hat not yet mado his escape
from the Jail at Mound City. J tut when
he intends to "light out" has not yet trans
Five tliotiund lbs breakfast bacon: 20,000
jus bacon shoulders; 0,000 lbs plain bami.Jutt
received, and for sale lowat Mathllts .t Ubl's.
The iwlns ofMouud City I.ounsbtiry
wcro twin calves. We thought It was the
other kind of twins and congratulated
Wo have enlarged our Job printing fa
cilities, and are prepared to do all the
printing required by all tho world and tbo
rest of mankind.
Tbo Cairo Turner, society will give a
patty for the opening of their new hall,
corner Tenth ttrcot and Ohio levee, Mon
day, June 10. Admission tlfty cents.
About to o clock last night ft negro
who lives in tho upper part of the city,
got into quarrel with his wife, and dealt
her a blow on the head with a club, inflict
ing serious, If not fatal injuries. The no
gro Jumped through a window and made
Cairo ha colored police magistrate,
and tnoy call him a "nigger." A war (of
words) now wages between the friends of
Justice Dross (our old friend) and the
gontleman from Africa, and victory aoema
to flicker over the banner of the "white
trash." St. Joe, (Mo.,) Commercial.
Hacks lor the Cairo, Arkansas and Texas
railroad, ttartlng from Whlto & Grccr'u
ttorc, corner ot Sixth street and Ohio levee,
run as follows:
tcave at k a.m.
Arrive In city at 10 a.m.
" 0 p.m.
C-8 tf John Mkyekh, Agent.
Mr. J. M. Motkovics, tho enterprising
dealer In dry goods, Washington avenue
between rmth and Tenth street, offer his
large and varied stock of goods at cost
prices. Ills store is full of the choicest of
dry goods of every variety and quality, and
the prices at w hich he is disposing ei them
are astonishingly low. Call upon him and
satisfy yourself. tf.
The Cairo and Fulton railroad betwoen
I'opltr Blufle and Cairo is all gradeJ,
ready for tho iron. Twolvo miles of iron
have been put down this sido of Charles
ton, and it is expected tho road will be
comploted by August. That done wo havo
direct communication with Cairo. Ar
kansas State Uazette.
On Iatt Monday morning the body of ft
women clothed in a night drets was found
floating near the Illinois shore at Fort
Maaiac, Tho Mttropollt 'Timet' thinks
It was tho body of tho unfortunate Mrs.
Harrow, who committed suicide by leap
ing from the steamer Tyrone into tho
river near I'aducah last week.
Old Luce says the devil Iisb a bill of sale
"our" us j and that he Luce, not the
dewi would feel hopclul of our future II
ne u t, L.UCC did riot fear our devotions
are cusy and corn-oily In flavor. Temper
ance men anucurmtantthus are we abused
and ky Luce I Where I. Harton, aud where
I. Joe Itobarur They must come to our
retcue. It wWJ not do to permit the whang.
ooooie or the 'Observer to devour us In this
The Methodist triends have chartered the
elegant steamer Eckert, and propose giving
another excur.Ion up the Ohio river on the
' 1 fcurtb of July. These excursions have
bttn very pleasant and satl.factory, and as
the U:attier ha. been
newly painted and
otherwise beautified and made more cow
lortablt, tit. may be expected to be more
pltataut thku the preceding ones. Tho ar
rangemtnu have commenced in good time.
aud nothing will be omitted in making it the
owaeion or the teason. We bespeak a
large crowd. Further notice won. 0-12 td.
The Harrishurg 'Chronicle' saysi
Arrangements aro being porfocted for
grata rourtn or July celebration and
picnic on tbe line of tho C. and V. rail-
rota, lo Johnson county. A location is
to to selected near the tunnel. Tbe
grouna vtillbe prepared by the railroad
"npny. Excursion trains will run from
iw.iion lor a celebration of thlt kind
Miter tuite-lcould not bo found. Visitors
will find much to Interest them in tbe
scenery iDtre presonted. Water of the
jiure.i cuaricier win be round In abund
anre flowing rrnm sprlncs In tho hill
sides. Every ellort will bo made to make
me uay piottant anu enjoyable.
Tbo followbe Is th vote cast In Alex
ander cvunty t the late election for Judge
of tbe circuit court:
South Cairo creclnct om
. . - -v-
The returm from Haxlawocd wero
thrown out, and in Clear Greek proclnct
no return have been received.
Of course Judge Baker received all tbe
The Sun ayi Len
THE FOOD OF CITIZENS TO
REGULATED 11Y THE
BOARD OF HEALTH TO THE
Tho city council Is at last about to moot
tho expectations of the public, and pais an
ordinanco of much importance.
Olhor city councils may havo "nonsonso"
with tho cholera, but, our city council pro
poses to " nip it in tho bud."
Tho bill for tho ordinanco to which wo
havo Jutt alluded wat reported from the
ordinanco commltloo at tho meotlng of tho
council hold on tbo 12th Inst., and it should
Immortallzo tho committoo.
The 'Sun' hat demnndod that cholora
should bo prohibited from entering tho
city, and tho council proposot to rospond
by their ordinanco. Tho council does not
provldo that a chain shall bo ottondud
aorost tho river bolow and abovo tho city
to provont tho approach of cholera Itifectod
boats or to blow audi boats out of tho
water. Its plan It much less complicated.
It propose to provent the; entrance of
cholera or any other contagloui.diioato
into the city, by authorizing tho mayor to
proclaim that residents of tho city shall
not cat such vegotablos, such fruits, such
fresh fish and such otbor articles of diet
as ho and his colleague-! of the board of
health may deem Injurious and likely to
cause tbo spread of such diseases I How
prohibiting a citizen from eating what he
pleases to 'eat will prevont the entranco
of cholora Into the city, we cannot com
prehend, but as wo have tho utmost faith
in tho wisdom of our council, wo rondily
admit that such a prohibition will frighten
the cholora and induco ittonotcomo
Tbo ordinance provides that if any per
son mall use that is, cook or eat anv
vegetables, fruits, fresh fish or other ar
ticles of diet deemed by the board of health
to bo injurious, and likely to cause tho
spread of contagious dlsoascs, after tho
mayor ha proclaimed against thoir use.
such citizen shall bo fined not less than
live nor more than fifty dollars for each
and every offense
If this ordinance Is adopted, It will bo
tho duty of Wooten and tbe pollco ofllcers
to "movo around" and ascertain what is
eaten in tho city. I f the mayor proclaims
agnlnst new potatoes tho olllcor must
count the number of potatoes Joo Smith
oats, and havo him lined at least $5 for
each potato. The first potato eaten
will bo an oflonio agalnit this wonderful
ordinance, and each potnto thereafter
swallowed will be anothor otl'enso.
Wo can understand how a person
who is licensed by tho city to sell vegeta
bles or ilsb or other food, may bo fined
for soiling what tbe council may author-i.-.o
its board of health to declare unhealthy
food, but we do not understand wbero tho
council got its authority to
give the mayor powor to proclaim
that a citizen may not buy or eat, under
certain penalties, whatever ho pleases to
buy and eat. If the mayor cast proclaim
that no rosident of Cairo shall eat now po
tatoes or cabbage, he may also prohibit
tho eating of meat or the drinking of water,
bcor or whiskoy I Tho person who wroto
the ordinanco is ovldently inoxperlcnced
In the business, and has blundoroJ.
Cairo, Juno 14, 1873,
Mu, Editor Wo do not wish to com-
plain, but would like to ask you who Is
responsible for the condition of Commer
cial avenue from Eighteenth to Tbirty-
lourtn tireoti. Hoiteam can haul a load
along the avenue on the part named. How
long are the citizen who reside on tbe
street to be treated thts.way ? Why do not
tne city council attend to this matter and
have tbe road removed ? I it not a nui
sance in all respects? Whoever Is to
blarnu had bettor attend to this matter at
once or there will be trouble and tho city
will bo compelled to pay for Its neglect,and
that soon. Tho rood in the ilrst place has
no right on the avenue, and evon if such
right had been given tho railroad hat long
lot t that right by making the road an ob
struction and a nulsanco to the peoplo.
Lot tho mayor act at once.
Remarks, Our correspondent should
not forgot that tho Cairo and Vincennes
Railroad company has jutt commenced op
erations, and is struggling under many
ombarrassmonts. Give It a little time and
it will put the avenue into flrst-rato condi
tion. "A Subscriber" says tbo company
should never havo beon permitted to use
tbe avenue, This may bo true, but at tbe
time tho prlvilcgo was granted this Is
sue was mado by tbu'eompany : "Down
Commercial or no road." Everybody
aid; grant tbo privilege) lot tbe com
pany run tbo truck through our bousos if
it wlshos to anything for a railroad.
Now, lot us have a little patience; but lot
the company bo as diligent as possible in
performing its part of the contract into
which it entered whott it accepted tho per
mission given to it by tbe city to run it
cars down Commercial avenuo.
ANOTHER REFORM NEEDED.
I wondor what young ladies can bo
thinking of when they are practicing that
which is more destructive to health and
longovity, in fashionable circles, than
oitber tobacco chewing or liquor drinking,
tight lacing. It Is a groat mystery to mo
that ladles lace at all. A majority of
them who do, are members of Christian
churchos, and are instructed wookly from
the pulpit that tho word of
God aro porfect j do they thon moan
to wilfully insult tbe wisdom of
their Croator bv attemotlnir to Imnnia
upon them ? Now tbe quootlon is a noser
to those who bolontr tn Mm f ',,,.,
Ohrlit, but as a faithful nhvsloWIst .m
In duty bound to ask It. The fact is, it is
a mistaken notion that wasp waists are
pretty. They look perfoctly horrible I
I would rather soo a woman's wsl.t .. i.i-
round as a bushel basket, than to . it
contracted to a tlzo a trifle larger than tbo
Now Mr. Editor, my firstobtect In writ.
ing this, my first article for the press, is to
ti.ru yuung ituiet ui luoir uaugur.
I will venture to say that the vounr
men of Cairo aro under many obligations
to 'Immortelle' tot advice. Jceiici.
"A NEW WAY SO PAY OLD DEBTS."
A roaring old farce rejoicing in tho
above named lltlo hat held it place upon
tho blitrlonlo stage for many year. A
howling now farco entitled "a now way to
settle old stinks," hat recently made its
ftppearAhcoupon our metropolitan boards.
Tho dramatic perionwcontlit or n hoslfer,
a 1. M. and ft highly Inceniod victim. Tho
plot Is tlmplo vory, and melo-dramatlc j
muchly. H.O. Sifer inlormt H. I. Vic
tim that tho lattor it tho proprietor of " a
very anciont and llihliko smell " and that
people who Indulge in such luxuries are
expoctod to contribute lo tho metropolitan
fundi, and alw requests U. Inconsod
Victim to accompany him to tho
oillco of l M , whore iho will be accu
rately Informed of tho proclo turn which
is deomod perfectly Just end proper for
him to donate. They proceod, and rrivo,
and aro Informed, as por programme.
Whereupon, H. I. Victim forkt over
tbreo dollars with tbo variation and goes
on his way rejoicing. AndVlll tho ttench
arises, "it imella to heavon" it tmollt
to earth. It i mulls like that other place
not to bo mentlonod to ears polite unless
"to point a moral or adorn a sormon." And
it ceaseth not day nor night. Moral
Thoy that provide not scavengers, vault
fines, and disinfectants thall bo d d.
ST. JOHN'S DAY PICNIC.
TUESDAY, JUNE U4, 1878.
Thoro will be given undor the auspices
of tho Masonic fraternity, St. John's day,
A HAS X XT l-ll'.NIC,
At tho romantic grounds nenr Tunnel
Hill on tbe Cairo and Vlncennei railroad.
Matons, their friends and families are
courteously invited to participate, but no
porson will be pormitted to attend unless
he has first procured a ticket from
a Mason. A spoclal train will leave
Soventh stroet, slopping at Twelfth, Four
teenth, Eightcentb, Twentieth and Thirty-fourth
streets, at 8 o'clock a.m. Train
will roturn, leaving Tunnoll Hill at 0 p.
m. The Delta Silver Cornet band hat
boen engaged, A baggage car in charge
of competent ttowardt will convey bas
kets. All articles should bo properly
marked with narao In full. Fair for tho
round trip, one. dellar. Tickets can bo
had on application to tho underslgnod
members of committoo, viz:
Rev. Fred, L. Thomson will preach to
day in the Methodist church at the usual
hours 10 J a.m. and 8 p. m. In lharaorn
ing tho subject of the sermon will be "The
Advantage of tbe Gospel," and in tbe
evening "Christian Wonhlp." Sabbath
chool at 3 o'clock.
ciiurcu or THE REDEEMER.
Rev. S. D. Stearni it in tbo city and
will olllclate at the Church of the Re
deemer to-day at 10 a. ra., with holy com
munion. Ho will also conduct sorvlces at
a quarter Loforo 8 o'clock in tbo evening.
Rev. II. R. Thayor will conductservicet
in tbo I'resbytorian church to-day, at the
regular hours of holding service.
At the Gorman Luthoran church, Rev.
C. Deurscbnor will conduct sorvices both
morning and ovoning.
A SPLENDID COUNTRY RESIDENCE
SANTA KE ON THE MISSIS
A lirst-class cottage house, with i-even
large rooms, good barn, outhouses, cistern
etc., and ubout three acres of ground with
new bearing of apple, pear, cherry and
peach trccH or the choicest varieties. Grapes
In abiindunco. This property in all Its Mir
roundingsls, for a country residence, the
most desirable In Alexuuder county. The
property Is situated on an elevation of over
100 feet aud overlooking the Mississippi
river, und In a proverbial healthy country.
Will be Bold very low, ir soou. For partic
ulars enquire ot
John q. Rahman .t Co.,
"cal Lstate Itrokers
Or T. L. Pleasants, on the premises,
Jim Orang, one of the meanest nigger
in tne world, wa boforo Judge Ilross yes
terday on a charge of using threatening
and abusive languago. He was taxed flvo
dollars and the trimmings,
Several other parlies woro before tbo
court on charges of minor Importance
They woro fined as the oll'enso In'each case
1 here wore sevoral case beforo Bird,
from whoso court tbo city Jail received
two or throe now rocruit.
jAr ATTENTION SIR KNIGHTS.
r A etatod conclave of Cairo com
mandery No. 13 Knights Templar, will bo
held at the asylum, on Monday evening,
10th June, A. D. 1873, A. 0. 7S5.
Sir Knight will appoar in fallguo dreis
Msitlng Sir Knights are courteously
Invitod to attond.
James A. FniLMa, Recorder.
BEST BUSINESS LOTS IN CAIRO.
One and two, block live, corner ot Tenth
and Leveo streets, so long enquired after
we now oiler for sale on caBy terms. This
properly, as Is well known by robldcnta of
uairo, is for business purposes, tbo very best
in me city, r or terms, etc, enquire of
John q. Rahman & Co,,
0-13-tf. Ileal Estato Brokers, etc.
We call especial attention to tho country
residence at Santa Fo, advertised forsale by
John Q. Hanmn .t Co, Thl 1 the roost
desirable property in Alexander county, and
is offered at a great bargain. Any person
wishing a country residence should not allow
this opportunity Ito purchase one pass un
improved. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Two houses and three lot on tbe corner
of Seventh and Walnut ttreet. The bouse
are at good as new, having been thoroughly
repaired this last spring. WIU be told at a
oargwn. Enquire on tbe premlte, or at
li CoiomtrcUl eveauc, u-2w
THEY RAISE THE DEVIL WHER.
EVER THEY GO.
Tho Rov. Logan Sleepor is a whlto man
Hi skin I whit. But ho dovote most of
his time to tho colored population, and ia
in tbe habit of eating their food and en
joying tbe luxury of their bods. Leagued
with Rov. Mr. Caldwell, who wantod to
get into a toft situation, Sleeper ad
vanced upon tho Rov. Mr. Shore, and was
repulsed, And now we learn that this
mo Influence I raiting tho dovil among
tho colored Baptists of Metropolis, in
which city Caldwoll and Huston have
beon operating and endeavoring to oust
Rov. Chas. Wm. Moore out of
his church. Thl effect has
alto boon unuccotsful. Mooro
tticks. Huston way be a cross botween
angel and cherub, but tbe record of Mount
Orange church glto Information that a col.
orod minister by the namo of Huston was
chargod with such little crime as actual
adultery, repeatod efforts at (eduction,
lewdnoi of teaching and.'of conduct, lord
ing it ovor God' heritage end creating
tchlitn. Rev. Mr. Mooro object to ach
ft man gottlng Into hit shoes, and not
without causo. It Is suspocted that Rev
.Mr. Sleepor, tbe whlto mischief raiser, is
at the bottom of tho attack on Moore, at
no was of the attack on Shore. Wo are
or tho opinion that tho time 1 near at
hand when Rev. Mr. Sloepor should fold
hi liltle tent and go hence.
i.a dies' list,
Blcdson, N K Barry, Rosa
Davis, Lou S
Maboney, H L
Piper, M A
Stophon, Mollio L
Sullivan, L P
Elliott, Sarah A
Kelsey, Annie B
McKay, F B
Cooper, S L
Edwards, J R
Boyd, Capt Wm
Buchanau A Hinter
Duncan, Trigg John
Ooff, Goo A
Grunup, 0 E Prof
Hamilton, A J
Hester, B H
Johnson, J W
O' Bryan, RH
Patter, Fergus F
Richardson, A J
Reardy, D W
Tomllnson, W H
Wood, B. Dr.
Webb. S S
Hall Jc Bro
Kettler, J S
Oaploy, M li
Sallman, D J
Wright, A 0
Weaver, C II
Wilkinson, J O
Williams, Oliver B
Wllklns, W F
Young, W It
Steamer Pauline Carroll, New Orleant
" City of Chetter, Mempblt
" John Kyis., St. Louit
" Lucy Bertram, St. Lnuit
" John F. Tolle, New Orleans
" Tyrone, Nathvillo
" Belloof Memphis, St. Louit
Steamer Groat Republic, Now Orleant
" Pauline Carrol, St. Louit
uity of Choster, St. Louis
" Smoky City, Now Orleans
" Luby Bertram, Cincinnati
" John F.Tollo, St. Louis
mver itatlonary. Weather clear and
i HE rilVEK.
The Mitsiiiippi it about stationary at
lhe Uhio is falling but not rapidly,
me uppor Ohio I reportod to bo at i
doad ttand with a poor ttage of watter.
WEATHER AND IIUSINESS.
Yesterday was another hot day.
Businett was a llttlo better, but notb
Ing to brag on.
Tho Chas. Bodman greunded on Gin
cinnati bar below Shawneotown Thurs
day, and it about ono hundred yards too
low down. She tried tu pull herself off
Capt. Jamet Dugan, brolbor to Capt. R.
W. Dugan, and alto a ttoamboat man,
arrivod to-day to take charge of the Eck
ert during bit brother, abtence.
Tho Frank Forreit arrived from Mem-
P. I'm yi.befro,?,,,.,.ord,7' tQ 1,9 repairod
at thlt cltv bv Wa kr .1. r
Tho Well Wind cams nffft,. ....
tnril.v mnrnlnn -
The Tyrone brought out tlx hogihead
tobacco for the South; and ovonty hog.
5dLfo,r,t,h,Ctiro nd Vincennc road.
I he Cairo and VincAn nfiR rnaH it? 1 11
soon put in operation ttoam truckt to con
Jy. ;g" from the wharfboat to tbe
Diver Hiram inn .-,.!.. .1 i..
the Great Renuhll i.rt v..
Orleant at nine o'clock Friday evening.
Tbo leak was quitotmall.
The John Kyle had a good trip for
Isbw Orleans. Nh ,.A nnii.u i....
litis port except a barge of fuel.
1 his popular hotel ha been rclittcd and
mproved, and i now one of the most mm
fortable ttopplng placet in the city. Tho
travelling publla and nmnn dr.trintr
Pleasant quarter by the week or montb.wlll
always And them at tbe Commercial hotel.
Rates Of board have been milnetfld frtl.
lows: Day board, 4 80 per week; transit,
160 per day; board and lodKlwr. froraW
If7pr wetk. tf I
HOT WEATHER IS COM
ING KEEP COOL,
Refrigerators nt from $18 to
Icq chests at $11, $13,
$10, $17, $20, etc. Uccr cool
ers at Cincinnati retail prices
water coolers, ice cream freez
ers, wire cloth for window
screens, bath and foot tubs,
charcoal furnaces, charcoal by
tho bushel, barrel, etc., at
130 Commercial Avt;.
TO THE WEST.
Fornale, a ticket good lor KKW miles
travel Issued "to bearer" and good either
way for ono or more pcrion, over tho At
lantlc and Paclilc railroad (length 327mlle)
from Franklin, Mo., through Rolla, Lebanon,
Springfield, Pierce City, Neosho andSenaca,
Mo., to Vlnlta, Indian Territory, mid good
over tho Mls-ourl Paclilc railroad (longth Win
utile iron tit Louis through Franklin, Jel-
ieroncity, Tipton, Sedalla, Pleasant Hill,
Kansas City, Wyandotte and Leavenworth
to Atchison, Kansas, and over lite branches
ol tbcic two roads, from Tipton to Boone
vllle, Mo., 25 miles, from Sedalla to Lexing
ton, Mo., 05 miles, and rrom Pleasant Hill to
Lawrence, Kansas, CI miles. For rurthcr
particulars enquire at this olllcc.
E. A. IIuitxr.Ti.
OIIE HUNDRED MEN WANTED.
One hundred men wanted lo work on tbe
.MinMstippi Central railroad, sevbtt miles
Dresden T..,inn..,.n .,,.1
twelve colored men for teamsters, by Shee-
ban ; loler, contractors. Good wages
given and heo transposition lurnlshod.
Annlvto m. iiMHVM
i iij'iu km .'irruniiics ooaruiiig Itoili-C, i
.11,. . . I
t niro iiiiimii'. u-rj-U
ICE CREAM SALOON
As warm weather
lovers ol Ice cream will be glad to learn that
Messrs. Saiip .fcClarkson have fitted tip aud
refurnished, In elegant style, their Ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain has
also been put In running order, aud nothing
is.wantlnj: about the establishment to make
the pleasure and comfort of their patrons
Valuable real estate consisting ol three
lots fronting on Fifteenth street between
Walnut and Cedar; large frame houe nearly
new, two stories, three rooms on each floor,
oulhoues, etc. For further particulars en
quire at the preinl.es, Mrs. c. Skruian.
A cabinet organ, os good as new, and ol
tir-l-class manufacture will be sold low and
on easy tenns by applying lo
Mrs. M. .1. Dewev,
Cor. Washington Ave. mid Fourteenth St.
Saloon-keepers and all others arc herebv
notitlcd te sell no more liquor or any kind,
Intoxicating or otherwise, to my husband
T. Collins, or they will be prosecuted to
the lull extent ol the liquor law.
SSMO-nt. maiiv Ann coli.ink,
Au unlurnished room with board,
pleasantly located, on Tenth, No. lu
between Walnut and Washington streets.
Reftrenccs required. A rew day boarders
cau be accommodated also. O-Kt-Dt
A house, 8 rooms and 6 closets, with one
lot and a hair, corner or Twenty-lint and
Poplar streets, on easy terms. For further
information, apply on the premise.".
By a tlrst-class cook, hotel or boarding bouse.
Apnly at this olllce, or at Mrs. Sullivan's
boarding house on Twenty-fifth street.
CHEAP HOARDING. .
Regular boarders at the Etiroicau hotel, '
Harrj' Walker proprietor, receive board at '
the rate or J20 per mouth. f-10-tf
SHOO FLY I DON'T RODDER ME!
Get one or Standlnger's fly exterminatory
at Ueekw.vi'.t, Orth A Co.
Mr. A. Black, at tho city shoe rtore, cor
ner of Eighth street and Commercial avenue,
hasjust received a largo stock ol new goods,
consisting oi ladies', gents', misses', and
children's shoes, which ho hollering at pri
ces lower than ever. This stock ol shoe
was carefully .selected, mid is as line an as
ortment or goods ortbo kind as was ever
brought to thl city. Mr. Black, the pro
prietor or the city shoe store, has had many
yea's experience In the shoe business, and
Is thoroughly posted In all Its branches. Ho
never buys any but the latest styles of goods,
and as a comcquenco has built up a trade In
magnitude second lo none In this city. For
tho latest styles or ladles', gents', misses'
and children's shoes go to A. Illack, corner
ol Eighth streel and Commercial avenue. i
This is to mlorm thu people or Cairo tlitil
Rev. C. Duerschncr, pastor or the German ,
Ltithern church ol this city, has opened 11
school wherein both the German and Eng
lish languages will bo taught. If there are
those among our American boin citizens
who wish to have their children learn to !
read, write and speak tho Gorman language,
they now havo an opportunity to gratify
that wish. Rev. Duerschncr Is a thorough
German and English scholar, and will spare
no effort to maka tho school or which he is
principal a sttrecs.
By order orthn Hoard or Directors.
F. M. Ward Is nowpioparcd to deliver thr
best of sawed aud splithickory wood to anv
part or ttte city. Aisoau Kiinisor wood and
coal alwar on hand. Leave orders at his
office, cornJr Seventeenth street und Com
mcrclal avenue. 3.23 tf.
New stock and new ttvles ol wall nanir
paints, oils, window glass, etc., ete.,atB.F.
Meigs' new More, Washington avenuo and'
Eleventh treet. Cull ;nnl sco tho latc.t
tylcs in wall paper beloic imrcliaslni; el-e.
where. 4.1 .
Mr.J. M. Moscovlcsls closing out his en.
tire stock of goods at cost. The goods
must be sold, as Mr. Moscovlcs expresses a
determination to have his shelves clear ...,1
ready lor his successor 011 the 20th of June.
The enterprising merchant or Washington
avenue, Mr. Mocovics, will until tho 20th
Intt., dlpote or hit largo stock ol goods
notions, etc., at cost. Call on hlia ir you
I special asmmmi:ntnotioi.,
1 Notice Is herebv clvt-li to all liertom lni.r.
cMcd that the city council ol tint city (l
Cairo, IHItiol., havlnz onlcm! that side
walks be rccoii-trtii'tcil und renewed on the
follow Iiil' nntiii'il street-, ln-wlt: On the
north side ir Nineteenth Mreet from Com
luerdal avenue to l'opl.ir Mricet; on the
west rUIo ol Poplar street Irotu Dlvlilon
street to Ttvenly.linli strmt; on
Iho north sldu ol Twentieth street
Irom Ohio V(,0 l0 Walnut street (
"1 ."ic" fouth side 0r Twentieth street rrom
Uhli) lovco to Washington avenue, have ap
plied to tho county court ol Alexander
county, stnto ol IlirnoU, lor an aseiiu'Ut
ol Ihti cot of said Improvements according
o beiicllls, mid an asmeut thereof Imv
ng been ln.n In and returned t .nldcouit,
the final hearing tlicrcol will b,, had it the
July teim ol hhIiI court, commencing on the
21st .lay ol July, A. D I7.l. All persons
v.? ""y.1"1" n'"1 'fe appear auJ
niako their dclciuc.
John o. Harman, )
' ww. 1!."'",MN f Ct.inmlsslone
III IMAM Wl.MKIt,
Dated June II, is;.'). iM'2-m
ciii. t i rci i.v..,, v ,., 7.
M ,'UAI' AbSr.M EM' NOTICE
-I'lXI AL WARRANT No, I
Public notice Is hereby given that the
county court ol Alexander county, has ren
dered Judgment lor a .pedal assessment up
on property bcnclltcd by the lollowlng Im
provement : The new sidewalk on the west
"I'le "! Commercial avenue, between Second
und llilrd streets; the new sidewalk on the
(outh side or Tenth street, Itom Walnut
street to Jellerson iivenun: the new side
walk on the south side or Thirteenth street,
from Commercial avenue to Washington av
enue ; the now ldcvvalk on tho north side
I Bl mwi, between Wiishllit'lon avc
j on ,h eaVt'c 'of ,uK,rreX? ,.
I Iroiil or lots 18, Hi, 20 and 21, In Mock 24, In
'! f,,,c c"? "I Cairo ; the new Mdewalk on
:V. "L"' ..."ll!lM.'r?elln front ol
.nt ijim in piui: u, i neillll nircoi in Iroht III
block one, in the Third uddltlon to the city
ol Cairo: the new sidewalk on the north
side or Cross street, from Washington ave
nue to Walnut street ; tho nnw kl.l.iu ..iu
' uiie, in lue
r u sircei, irom VYasmng
micio vvaintit street; the now sidewalk on
J the east side ol Holbiook avenue, from West
twenty-third to West Twenty-fourth streets:
me iivn siuunniK on me south side or West
I wenly-lourth street liom llolbrook avenue
lo I'urk avenue i the reconstructed side
walk on the south side of Dlvls.
Ion street from Poplar street to
ushliigton avenue ; the reconstructed side
walk on the north tide of Center street rrom
Washington avenue to Walnut street : the
reconstructed sidewalk on the east side or
Poplar street Irom Eighteenth street to 1)1
vision street; the reconstructed sidewalk on
the west side of Poplar street Irom Klgh.
teenth to Division streets; the reconstructed
sidewalk on the south side ol Nineteenth
street rrom Poplar .treet to Commercial avc
ntir: the recon-tructed sidewalk on the
north side or Twenty-fifth street from
Washington avenuo to Walnut street;
the recontnirted sidewalk on the south side
oi iwenty-nitn street rrom Walnut
street to llolbrook avenue; the reconstruc
ted sidewalk on the south side ol Thirty
fourth street Irom Commercial avenue to
Washington avenue, as will more fully ap
peal ft-om the certified copy ofthe judgment
on flic In the oiliee ol the clerk or the city ot
Cairo, that a warrant lor the collection or
such assessment Is In the bands or the un
dersigned All persons Interested are hereby notified
lo call anil pay the amounts us.e.icd at thr
ci'llectnr's olllce No. 1)1 Ohio Levee within
thirty day. Irom the date hereof.
Dated this 11th davolJunc, A. D., 1873.
IEoiieut A. CUNNiNdiiAM, Collector.
1I7 aotlostal Bank BaUdlng.
tm.1p.cltl att.&lioa paU loonier. Iromittam
boat, nleht or da.
OA IHO AND PA DUt? AH
The .pleaJiil .Lamer
Dick Fowlie, Captain
j Leave Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
, 4 p.m For freight opassage apply on ooat or
, lo -' Jai. Maixobt, Ag't.
CAIRO CITY COAL
It prpsrl to supply ou.iocnsr lm t.l
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDKRS left at Halllday Urn, office, 7
OHIO I.KVKB. or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tho Trjo "Montauk" will bring coa
alongside to Hteamers at any hour.
j BOAT 8TOBB8 J
provisions: t o.
.Mil. MAX liOLLEIt,
T TJ 1ST B 11
REPAIR F, R ,
Will onlr riMtinin In this cltv one week
longer, ami ri'-iPctliilly requests that orders'
lor tuning, etc., might bolelt at
JOHNSON & HILlilNOSLV,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS
Nliop OB T.H ,r!' "WfS-B
I'oplnr Mreel M,, v "uierrl
Aro prepared to do all kinds of work In
heir lliio lit W .r.K,"!f"-ilke .")'.
and at as reaaonable rate as auy firm lu Lhe
c y. All order attended to promptly. A
hire of the public patronage f, respectfully