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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R
itt wrt-i it t rhm
' Ha-kit tmm assart (
ti OBAVOK 0 OARS
HUH CAIRO TO
St." LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
OHLY-OMCHAlfOK OP CAJtS
OM CAIRO TO
$iatjtaaaU, ilsMp6Ut, Tolede,
5ser.lt, ttrrtlid, Niagara Pa Hi
Me. ntUbaiR. Wublaxtoa.
Set star, MUstfelpMa, N Tork,
wm wg wi points aaai.
at, Paul aa1 all aolal eortr..
kit I ek oal; alraet tnaia to
PMtUI, BlaomlafUe, apnwl.
Prosit, Qotaev, Keokuk,
BarisaVtaa, ok liiuad. La Bail.
XaMh, Dixon, rreerart,
ill. . , Doboqoe, Hioui Mf,
Omab tad all poiiU aorthat,
llenM Drawing Room Bleeping Ca"
On aHlNiht Train,
aajaga Cheeked to all lasportaat petals,
fat tstfcets end latorsnetwa, apply lo I. C. R.K
aal s 'aira; aa koattl I tit transit steamer be
tvaaaOatwabat aa Cairo, and eSloepnaclp
laUcaa I UeU4 oBaa Ihrouf heal the taalb.
r.JOuXnH. ea'l7aa. Aft. Ctleai.
A. ajircaau, Oaa'l Mp'i. Cfalaaco. .
J. JOHNSON Ag't. Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIME,
ratsenrer train oo the Illlnol Central
ehaage time t-day. From and alter 3:10
a. a. to-day trains will run a follows :
fcxpress, daily ....8:15 a. m.
Hall, except Sunday . ...,4,-Wp. lo.
Kxprtat, . 2:10 p. m.
Mail, daily except Sunday -..12:00 night.
On aad alter Sunday, May V, an excur
aten train will he run each Sunday on the
Cairo aad Vincennea lallroad, between
Cairo aad Mound City, ai tollowi :
Leave M'd City. Arrive at Cairo.
S e.ns, 8:15 a.m.
tJBp ai - a. .!.' p.m.
Lea Cairo. Arrive at M'd City.
te,m. . 0:30 a.ni.
p-aa. 0:30 p.m.
Fare foe th round trip, fifty centa.
1 CBAJUBf O. Wood, Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
ATKO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS It. It.
0 and alter Monday, June 9. 1873, tralut
will run dally, exeept Sunday, between
Jrrtenfleld' landing and Slkeiton, Scott
aunty, Mltaouii. a follow :
Leave Qreenitld' 10.00, a.m. and 3:30 p.ra.
Arrive ' 9:50 " ' &:le "
" Charleston 10:0 ' fclfl
bikevton 7.10 p.m. 64 It
CAIUO AND VINOK.NNE3 11AI LROAD
Train now leave Caita and Mound City at
7:46 a jm.
Leave Mound City.
Wood, Qen'l Ticket Ag'i.
,AIJtO AND V1NCENNE-S UA1LHOAD
On an alter Monday, February 0, 187a,
rains oa the C. and V. railroad will run as
arfGalro fJOa. to.
' Jlound City.. 8:10 "
" Carml 31 "
" t. Carmel.. 40 "
B:1A p. jo. If:
.V.iO " ar.
,sTS viscennei... T.twa. ni.
ML Carmel.. HtXl "
" Canal Wi "
M Nornt City. .10:3 "
" Mound City.. 4-3 p. ui. 70 a. n. le.
jriveCalro 68 " 7:25 " ar,
Connectrac at Vincennea with tbe Indl
laapoUa'and Vlncenncn, Ohio and Mississippi,
Lad Evansvllle and Crawfordsvllte railroads;
vt Mt. Carmel with tbe Louisville and New
lhany air line ; at Carml with the bl. Louis
usa Souuieaatern ; at anrrlaClty the Sprlnr.
Isld and Illinois Southeastern : at El
with the-SUawiiCf town branch of the
Mobile aad Ohio railroad transfer boat, aim
auapMta Xor Memphis, Hed Klver, VlcWo
liurg and New Orleans.
CUlt. O. Woon, Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
Jjea. Lxt. JR., Sup'u
um:ai. weathe rkeiomt.
u. n. alo. SJU., uatu.vaa'a Orxjcx, )
Caiho, June H, l7a, 10:11 p.m. )
ThenaomeUr 83 degrees.
Wtod, calm, velocity no ullee per
Maaltaum Uaptrature latt S4 hours, W
Mlateum Umperature, latt 24 hours, 74
frevaUlug wind last 84 hours, southwest
Total number of miles wind travailed, last
94 court, 'J.
Edwin Uarlamu. Observer.
aHtone of Staudlnger't fly exterminators,
at BaaawART, Ortii A Co,
Kegular boarders at the European hotel,
Harry walker proprietor, receive board at
Ue rate of $t0 per month. o-10-tf
Ol Division street, betweeu Twentieth
aad Twenty-Srtt street, a two-Hory house,
alx rooav and summer kitchen. Apply at
Cfttfra) hotel, or to U. P. Lyon, next door
to pnaaltrt. 6-10 ti
Mrs. U. t. Horn wishes to Inform her
natreaa and tbe ladles ol tbe city generally
that she hat removed her Ureat-maklng
rooms, Ne. 134 to Ho. 109, next deor to the
AUsneuia.up stairs. C-S-lm
rue white ;' atiigle aad double X amber
tingle and double JC Canary, beat quality ol
taaalUa, bine letter. eU.. etc bufiW for
tele, printed at f3 60 to 4 DO per thousand,
tt the BULUTlMOrriCB.
A cabinet organ, a good, a ur.w, and ol
ttrat-clat manulacture will be ao!d low and
ea easy terms by applylog to
MRB. M. J, PtWBY,
Cor. wathlnglou Ave. and Fouiteruth rft.
Valuable real estate comUtlng ol three
Iota Iroutlng oa FlfttenUi street between
Wesaavt aa i Cedar ; Urge Iratae bouse tearly
tiewrtwo ttorits, three rooats on each floor,
WMfcmtitv etc. For further ptrtlcnkrs so
if attJte yrtatlMf. Mate. C. Bbbbiah,
Central Tet. Be-ldry In use, C-22-6t
We haveat got the cholera tcere in
Cairo, and tbe city It ai healthy ai it aver
The place to buy wall paper 20 per cent,
cheaper than any other place In tbe city It
No. 2, Seventh street. Try It II. Aatx.
Cal. O. Davidson doea not propoie lo re
turn to Cairo. lie will take up b! abode
fer good in Denver.
Cat. D. Uurd hu gone to New York to
urchaae a atoek of gooda for hli new
tore ia Denver, ColoraJo.
iiiuineat ia police circle mm anything
butbriak roilerday There wu but "little'
did,, and that little" wai of "little" impor
A few portoniweat from thli city yes
terday to eelebraU St. John' day, in an
eicurtioa ore the Cairn and Fulton rail
road to Sikaaton, Uiaaourl.
The cholera icare excitement yeiterday
wai cot io high at the day before. The
only man ia the city likely to get tbe
cholera ia Davit of the 'dun.'
Devote, with hit eldewalk.buildert, will
flotah tbe new sidewalk on Fifteenth Ureal
between Washington avenue and Walnut
street In a day or two. It Is aa excellent
The Maioa't pic-nlc yesterday was at
tended bv pretty touch overybody that
could spare the time to go. Tboie who
wr there report the occasion a most joy
"A )hlng of beauty is a joj forever."
Oo to Winter's gallery and see and enjoy
for an hour the things of botuty there to
besoen. Then leare,your shadow and de
part in peace.
New tock and new style ol wall paper
palntt. oils, window glus, etc., etc , at U. V.
Meigs' new store, Wahlngton avenue and
Eleventh street. Call and see the latett
styles In wall paper before purchailug ulse
IUv. J. C. Ureeti, special agent of
Green City Colony, Colorado, Is iu this
city and will remain until Monday even
tng. lie offers special Inducements to ex
curslnnists. Call at Bristol and StilweU'i
"Seeing a notice In your paper," sayt a
correspondent, "of a little orphan girl who
wet tent to Cairo to a certain bad house,
by a Mr. W., will Und something to her
advantage and a friend by communicating
with Mr. H Pulaski.
The lights, curtain, etc., of Winter't
gallery aro to admirably arranged that
pictures may be taken equally we" on
tbe darkest and gloomiest day as on one
that is grand with "Suns that are brlghest
tad tkitt that are bluett."
Best Scotch ale, ttout porter, and eight
year old bourbon whiskey lo be found only
at the Crystal saloon, corner of Sixth street
and Commercial avenue.
C'Tj lm Proprletort.
DoAitntxa ad Leixjiso can be fur
nished to a tingle gentleman ; alto a lim
ited number can be accommodated wlih
day board. House, pleasantly located on
Tenth street between Washington and
Walnut. Mas. VASiixrxNTXR.
In another place in Tax liiat-r.Tiy of
this morniug we give place to a lengthy
article containing suggestions and remedies
for the cholera. The article taVet up
much of our space, but we belelve we
could not, at tblt time, give place to a any.
thing of more Importance to our ciltxftni.
The Cairo Bulletin favors the election
of a woman county superintendent of
schools. Leading newspapers of other
counties late me same position, ana we
have no doubt but that in many Instances
women will be selected. Why not? Who
it the coming woman in Gallatin'? Gal
Hacks lor tbe Cairo, Arkana aud Texa
rallrnad. starting troin White 1 Greer's
store, corner ol Sixth street and Ohio levee,
run si follows:
Leat at S a.m.
Arrive Incity at 10 a.m.
04 tf John Mbyrbu, Agent.
A new hotel hu been opened In tbe large
house located on tbe corner of Seventh
street and Washington avenue. It will be
known aa Urown's hotel, and pruprietored
by Mr. Brown, whose reputation as a hotel-
keeper Is well-known In this city. The
bouse bas bt-en thoroughly renovated and
refurnished, and It In every way first-class
The Utiles are at all times furnished with
the best the seaton affords, and the chafes
liberal, btlug only $1 60 per day. Mr
Itrown solicits and deserves a share ol the
public patronage. f-HU
This Is to intorm the people of Cairo that
Rev. C. I uerschner, pastor of the German
Lulbern church ot his city, has opened a
school wherein both the Gertnau aad Ens-
inn languages win ne uugnt. ir there are
those au.ong our American born citizens
who with to have their chltdreu learn to
read, write and speak the Getman language,
they now have au opportunity to gratify
that with. Rev. Duerachner Is a thorough
German and Englls scholar, and will spare
no effort to maka the school of which he Is
principal a success.
Ry order ot the Hoard or Dirrctoro.
Tht Muon't picnic at Tunnel Hill wat
a great tucceis. Everybody present
seemed to enjoy themselves In tbelr own
parifcular fashion roaming over the hills,
playing games, eating, drinking, and mak
ing merry generally, The train left Cairo
at ulno o'clock and stopped at all small
stations, taking on passengers lor Tunnel
The band did good service by way
of entertaining the large concourse of peo
pie assembled with very fine must
The rockt that form the hill
are truelr crand tbe fernand vines, the
moit, the crackt and crevices, with the
cool water trinrkling through the green
mould all show a beautiful variety in na
lure. The only thing that wat detrimen
iv l to pleasure was the extreme heat. The
train ltft at Ave o'clock.and after backing
up through tbe tunnel.toon ran down lo
the city, All wboptrtlclpated la the fettiv !-
llet of tbe day will long reweber Tuantl
Thi Rullxtik i f op o'on
Mr. M. B. Uarrall would All with much
dignity aud unquestionable ability, a seat
in our boord that Is ta be of county com
mltsloner. W are well acquainted with
Mr. Uarrell. Ilevlnc known blm forty
year need we saythat we fully corner
in the lloLLiTiK'a opinion, But. In the
event of onr candidacy, wouldn't the ne
croa "go for ui'-fGarstte.
We think the negroes would Lave too
much socse to vote against Uarrell , but If
they should conclude to do so, mlgbtu't
we elect blm anyhow? We are deter
mined to call Moe Judge Marralt before
we die, or give up tbe gboat ia tbo attempt
He bas been called Mote long enough.
Caio, Jum 51, 1S73.
Avery's Water Elevator and Purifier
is the best cistern pump in use, John
son's Patent Pump is tbe best portableone
ever presented to the public. It hu been
tried over five years, it it'etty of action,
complete in partt and simple In'eoostruc-
tloo, rendering it not only valuable in
event of fire, but enables tbe younger
members of a family to ute it in washing
indowt, sprinkling streets, garden plants,
etc. These pumps are for sale by
H. T. Oebol'ld,
C-23,Ct 1S2 Commercial avenue.
Tbe Mirgi county 'Telegraphpublished
at Pomeroy, Ohio, contains the following
concerning Capt. W. P. Ualliday of tblt
Two ax-editon of tbe Telecranh' were
in Pumeroy ittt week, visiting their
friends, to-wit: Mr. W P Halllday.whn
was a partner of ours in 18K.7, and Mr.
Alfred Thompson, who succeedod Mr.
Van (lorn in the publication of the paper.
Vr. Ualliday, fortunately for hloistlf.
soon abandoned tbe printing builnost and
took to steamboating, after which be set
tled down in the commission and producx
business at Cairo, Illinois, whore rumor
bas it, be hu grown wealtbv. We were
glad to percleve, however, that he still re
tains his old plainness of stylo and speech,
and hu nothing of tbe utual "stuck-up"
appearauca common to men of small cal
iber when they find themiolves in posses
sion of a little more of this world's goods
than their neighbors. He isn't to troub
led with dignity that a former acquaint
ance, bowever bumble bis position, can
not get close up and shako bands with
Owing to tba sickness of Mrs. McCar
thy, Harry McCarthy wat unable to meet
bit engagement here Monday night. Ue
will, Mr. Hustey thinks, positively be
KEAL ESTATE FOIt SALE.
Two houses and three lots on the corner
of yrenth and Walnut streets. The bonnes
are as good as new, having been thoroughly
repaired this lait eprlntf. WU be sold at a
bargain. Enquire on the preniltea, or at
125 Commercial avenue. 6-lK'wr
Sir. Anua Lang on Eighthslreet, between
Commercial aud Washington avenues, has
just opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery good. She has one hundred
and fifty different styles of bate and bonnets,
beside a Urge assortment ol ribbons, flow
ers and notions ol all torts, all of which nil
be told at tbe lowest prices.
A neat cottage suitable for a family of
four or five pertont. Tbo house contains
five rooms, with good cistern and all nec
essary out-houiea attached. For further
information apply to T. O'Callahax.
Corner Filtocnth street and Commer
cial avenue. C'JWt.
The great ratSe ol my burse, saddle,
bridle, eti., will como off Wednesday ev
ening, June 26tb, 1873, at o clock, at
Kred. Bcbeler's saloon, Washington ave
nue, between Ninth and Tenth streets.
Free lunch. Johx Hxn.xr,
2t Owner of the horse.
PaVL HnxTZXLMXtii, The Artist.
GO TO WINThRS PHOTOGRAPH
UALLKRY FOR FiNE PIC
TURES. Tbe excitement over Winter's new pbc-
tozrapb eallery continues' at fever hoat.Mr,
Winter is thinking iieriouly of cnereastng
his already unequaled facilities for wot)i,ln
order to in.et tbe deroauds of bis business
A forty-negative-day, Mnce tils opening,
may be called a small days work.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned In the loundry
business under the firm, name of Hed A
Mann, Is tblt day dissolved by mutual
consent, lay the terms of tbo dissolution,
Joseph It. Reed Is to pay all the debts
gainst said firm, and is authorized to col-
lect and receipt for all claims and de
mands owing to tbo same.
Josxrii 1) Rrbii,
Caiko, iLts, June 21, 1873.
CAN'T BUDGE IT.
Samplot of the Avonll Chemical Paint
have bueu boiled, beattd, frozen and
pickled in alkalies and acids, and fumiga
ted with foul getet. It hu been boiled
and then Immediate! placed on ice to as
to freeze whatever water might have
boen absorbed ; it bas also been heated
and then plunged Into ice water, but with.
out any sign of cracking or soften lug,
No otter paint could stand these tests
Mold mixed in all colors ready for the
brush, by N. E. Way A Co., general com
mission merchants, Sixth street, between
Wuhlngton and Commercial avenues.
N. B. Use none but the genuine Aver-
HOT WEATHER IS COM
Refrigerators at from $18 to
$50. loo chests at $11, $13
Uf, $17 $J0, ct. IJoei COol-
era 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
ReF.IIWAUT, OllTH & Co'tf.,
130 Commercial Ave.
Central Yeut. Ten cents pr 1) eaktt.
1 Will kttp ene mootn -xMt
CKLKllRATION AT HOMR.
THE DKI.TA CITY FIM 1 COMPANY
l TUK LKAD'
Tbe Delta City Fire company are per-
feeling arrangement for antilng celebra
tion of tbe approaching national anm
vtrsarr, At r, i 'Ar Maut
Pakk will be supplied with vast awnings
and arbors, sut!i;1tnt to shield at least two
Ihoueaed people from tbe beat and sun
shine. Seats will be provided, refreshment
stands erected, and ample provision made
for the hundreds v. ho may deMre to join in
The Declaration of Independence will
be rea l, and two or more short an appro
priate addresses delivered.
Strings will be erected and various
means of amusement be provided for the
At night the park will be Illuminated
by one hundred torches and lanterns, and
thi amusements and exerciets of the day
will be prolonged, undertbe protection of
proper committees. No charge tor admit
tance to tbe ground, and everybody Is cor
dially invited lo attend. The Invitation
is. Come one, como all, without money
and without price!
ON THE RAMPAGE.
11KATS HER RIVAL
The Rev. Nels 3n Ricks, or Rix, is the
minister of one of the colored Raptisi
cburchet of this city, and has hereto
fore been untuspectod of unfalthiulnesi
to his " bed and board." He has been, it
is true, like Ueecber, pas'lvely in
discreet, given to the fondling folly and a
yieldertothe Innocent advances of feualt
One of Mr. Ricks' female trionds re
joices in the name of Lotta Vaughn. This
ia a gory pretty name, and itt owner it a
rather comely woman. On Sunday last,
Lolta's husband, like a ainfal man, wu
working at tbe river, and, his wife in her
loneliness, felt the need of religious con
solation. To obtain It, sbo sent an invita
tion to her pastor, Mr. Ricks, requesting
him to take dinner with him. Mr. flicks
accepted the invitation, and the fact be
coins known to his wifo, who armed herself
with a club and followed her liege lord
At tbe moment when tbe Rev. Ricks was
lo the enjoyment of the dainties placed
before him by the aflectionato Lotta, tbe
irate wife appeared at the feast and forth
with proceeded to uo her club to good
purpose on the head of her rivtl. Nelse
that it Ricks' given name ir.terferred
and put his wifo out of the door, and took
himself off with remarkable celenty,curs
ing hit luck in a religious manner.
In the afternoon, while he wat Indulg
ing in a sermon to a large congregation,
and extolling the beauties of chastity, hit
wife caught a glimpse of Lotta her rival
among the worshippers, and assaulted her
Nelse pretended to not observe the row
and preachod with creator vigor Ills wife
continued tbe assault on Lotta, and got
her to the door of the church, where she
was restrained by two men.
At this moment Mrs. Martha
Wright got into tbe battle as a reinforce
ment of the wronged wife, and, to use her
own language, kicked Lotta iu tbe bowels.
Uut Nelse preached on. He was both
deaf and blind. At last tbe conflict
was brought to a close by the hasty retreat
of Lotta, who sought safety In a neighbor
On Monday Mrs. Rickt and Mrt
Wright were brought before,Judge Urutt
on a charge of ansault and battery, and
were fined $Sand costs.
Ricka should imitate his great prototype
Oeecber, aud remain tttadfutly silent.
Tbe ladles of his congregation will re
main bU i-dfit friends, and the evil
o, inloa of tbe wo Id may be lived down.
SOME SUGGESTIONS FROM THE
AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH
PREVENTITIVES AND REMEDIES
The executive committee of tbe Amerl
can public neaiin association, composed
of some of tbe leading pbyticiant of the
United States, have Issued a circular con
taining bints and tuggestlons tor arresting
and preventing cholera. The portions
taktn by the association Mem to be sound
ones, and the tuggettioni are to general
in ibeir affection that we publish a portion
ofthetn in Tux Buluxtin. We advise
our readers to read ibstn, cut them out and
preserve them for future reference:
Tbe local conditions tual cnieny pro
mote the outbreaks and propagation uf
1. Neglected privies.
'J Pllin-sodden grounds.
3. Foul cellars and filthy or bud I
drained surroundings of buildings.
4. Foul and obstructed bouso-drains,
6. Decaying and putrescent materials
svhuihar animal or vegetable.
0. Unveutllaled, damp and uncletnted
dwellings and apartments.
i nose localizing causes ui rawnsiuram
be promptly and thoroughly removed be
fore a cue of the disease appears in the
town or district; and If any sources of pu
tresence or of excessive moisture remain,
even these should be controlled by the
proper dimming and disinfection.
t Thorough scavenging and surface drain
age, with iho application at the tamo time
of (itiick-llmo and coal-tar or crude
carbolic acid ; whlte-wuhlng with tresh
qulok-limo; tbe cleansing and thorough
drying and voniuasion
metits, chambers and clotets, and dally
care to cleanse, flush, vantl ate and purlly
the source of dollloment about all Inliab.
lted premises, will afford almost compete
protection If suitable care it taken of pur.
The security of personal health requires
pure drinking waier, iru su .ui sian
...I . 1 ..... ...... n rCt aliti lliu UUlVlltll tl K
tial food, temperance, ana me uceuoa rest
and bathing ol the uoay.
Tbe principles relating to disinfection
u a meant of destroying tht propagation
or Infeeiiout cause of eholere-.tbe "cholera
contaglum" are already uuderttooJ, and
may b to explained to any family
JUNK So, 1873
that th household maf Injuro its
own Immunity against the Introduction
ad tpevad ol the disrate. Fur popaur
n w append a brief statement of these
principle al tho en J of this circular; and
we rotpev-lfuily rccouiiiH'Ud that the state
ment ana the following schedule of rules
and methods In giveu to the press, and to
all principal of schools, stiporinlundantt
of places of public resort, railroad depots,
terries, hoten and public institutions ; and
to the masurs o( ships and steamboats,
aud conductor; of pat'enger train. all
over this ivnliurnl , boliuvlng, as wo do,
thai by tho lunoly applications of thorn
measures the prevalence of cholera may
lot privies, vatttr-clotets, drains and
sewers -Eight or ten pounJs of sulphate
of Iron (.Ajra dissolved In Ov or li
gallons uf water, with half a pint uf crudu
carbolic acid adileo tu the solution and
briskly silrred,,uiakes tho cheapest and
bosi disinfecting tin id for common use It
can be procured In every town and by
any family, and if tbe carbolic acid it not
al hand, tbe solution ot Copperas iuay.be
used without It.
To prevent' privies and water-closett
from becoming Infeeied or offensive Pour
a pint of this strong solution into every
Walor-uioset pan or privy-icat once or
t slice a day. '
To disinfect masses of filth, privy vaults,
sewert and drains gradually pour in this
sulutiou till It reacnet and Umntecla nil of
the foul maUriai.
For the cnamber-vettelt used by the
sick, and for tbe dlslofaciiou of ground
upon which any excremenul mailer bas
een cast away, for dislntecling masses or
surtaces of imtresconl materials, nd for
d.alna, sewer and Uitchua, the 'dead oil"
of coal tar, or coal tar itself; coal tar may
be urel at a U unletting paint upon the
walls O Collars, sialics alld upon uralut.
Ouicklimo is useful as an abiorbonl and
dryur upon such walls and In damp places
aad whitewashing with it should Du prac
tised in common tenomentt, factories,
basements, closets and garrets.
To disinfect tho clothing defiled In any
manner by etcremuntal outliers from tho
sick, throw alt such articles luimediittly
into bollingwaler and continue the bulling
half an hour ; or plaoi I bum in a solution
covured, made as follows: Ono pound of
sulphate ot zinc, tlx or vUht gallons of
walt-r, to wticn aaa lu or inreo
ouncet ol pure strung carbolic acia.
Keep the soiled articles saturated until
they can be boiled. If the acid ll not at
band uio the zinc water alone.
Aparlraunts, bddin upholstery that
bare been usud by ll tt sick with cholera
and diarrhea, should be fumtgalad by the
burning ef several pounds ol brimstone
(sulphur) upon a dufended iron pan, with
the place tightly closed lor several hours,
under u physician's directions.
Tho principles and dutlet to be taught
are, 1. That thorough cleanliness, duroot
tic and civic, and an abundant tupply of
pure water aro essential means of pruvent-
ing cbolura in any household when a case
'i. Tiiat i;enoral scavenging, cleansing
and disinfection should be attended to in
auy city or town before cholera makes itt
appoarance ; and that whenever it does ap
pear, that bouse and the exposed promises
should be constantly dlslnfocted.
3. That in the words of the chief medi
cal officer of Great Britain, "It appears lo
be characteristic of cholera, not only of
the diseue in its developed and alarming
form, but equally of Iho slightest diarrhea
which the epidemic can produce, that all
matter which tbe patient discharges from
his stomach and bowels are Infective; that
the patient's power of Infoctlon from
other persons is repnsinltd almost or
quite exclusively by those discharge;
Ibat they are comparatively non-iulectWe
at tbe moment they are discharged, but
afterwards, whn undergoing decomposi
tion, acquire thoir maximum Infective
power, and that if tbey be call away
without previous disinfection, tbey Impart
their own Infective quality to the excre-
mental matters with which tbey mingle in
filth sodden earth, or indeposltorlcs and
conduits cf tilth, and the effluvia which
those oxcremcntal matters evolve; that tf
the infective material, by leakage or soak
age from drains or ceeapoolt. or otherwise
gels accost, even in the smallest quantity,
directly or through porous soil, to wells or
other sources of drinking water, It can el-
feet, in tbe most dangerous manner, very
largo volumnos of water; that the Infec
tivo influence of the choleraic discharges
attaches to whatever holding, clothing
and like things have boen imbued with
them, and renders thoto things, If not dls
infected, capable of spretding the dis
ease." 4 Cleanslncand curltr. skillful disin
flation, temperate habltt and wholesome
diet with puru water an fresh air are the
trusted and sura meant oi neann ana
scrutiny in all plaees for all clusat of po-
le when exposed lo me causes ol cuo era.
"he watchword against this destructive
enemy should he, remove the local causes
that favor the proposition of cholera, and
wherever It appears, let lit rermt be
quickly stamped out by powerful disinfect
ants and instant cleansing.
Furnitue, p'ano and flowers at auctiou
I will sell at my residence on Sixth street
next door to Leo Kleb't bakery, this alter
noun at 3 o'clock, the following described
articles: One piano, seven octave, James
W Vnse, maker, 1 settee, I easy chair, 44
yards Brussels carpet, nearly new, 24
yards rag carpet, rocking chairs, a lot of
oil clothes, 1 fine bureau, wash stand
wardrobe and center table (marble lop), 1
chamber set beadttead, matrets and
springs, 2 marble lop bureaus, a lot of
books, one large French pUle mirror,
Wheeler and Wilson sewing machine,
heating ttoves, 1 continental self-feeding
heating stove, plpo and xink, watb tubs
lumber, a tine selection of flowers and a
lot ofdlsbes and tin ware, Re on hand
this afternoon al 3 o'clock,
H. L II. MrckN.
A HOOK row THE MILLION
A PflfBlaranaulita k a .
talari dlscevsrle lo Brodae u and eraraoucf caT
.!J' "',.Jr,lBr work eriwo hi trad end
'.VJ". WlwlUl I"" uireTlBje.end coktalM
V80"'" '' eoa kssn taarrlado..
lufi iS"lKk "' n4 9 ltli earslsstlj
.tMluaarsascfnsstaasUMV (ki SUtOaa.
asm' VUftn. x.'n fi ai.k mLK I L .
Jffln Tfi attucixs a wmmtut,
TZ.n?.'?"? HUl sMarlMS O.0KU u,snlsM
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linst, tanata Sub'
4 Ckaseavai. Lola. Vr,
it new vatariti ai tee StAMBAtB aUKINU I'OW
KB. and tha aaat artlel moated far niaihlrr lUtt,
ssketotesse aad fsUrlois aWCllTIt, Bim.Pt,
aaav, ukidbl east Oiaer vaaais, sac
IttalartUlMs, east airanrt4y ft talaJj
lev 1H MIL irikiT Pais HIK TOT aH m
ir TIK e)LOl
votauw to an i rirr r w bo'
It 1 r...l... . .... MO WAKTK
or FOOD tatiUKB wiTtt it. BaM evenwbare
ys3OCIR8, iBrr-ClAXtSUcM aa4 ttOMU.
WCUT aROTXXXi MaaBAoturere,
ORDINANCE ,0. 00.
At ordinance to provide for Iho ap-
, . ...... v... i.u iu aeunt tbe duties ol an ,
utpector ur meats and vegetables of the I
lily of Cairo.
Bo it ordained by the City Council of tbo i
Llty of Cairo.
nr- noN i. That the mayor, bv and
with the advice itnd consent of the city
council, shall appoint an Inspector ol
moats and vegetables, who shall receive
salary uf uiiu hundrud dollars per month,
and continue to ixorciso the authority
heroin conf.irred upon him during the
pleasure of tho mavor.
Sxc. '.' ll shall' be, and is hereby made
the duty or tbe inspector ot meats and
vogeubles to visit dally all stalls, shops,
Hands or placet within tho city, at which
isofftrud lor aalo meals, vegetables, poul
try, (lib, fruits or other articles of diet;
and, if any of said stalls, simps, ttandt or
places are not clean and In a healthy con
dition, he shall notify tho owner, owunrt
or occupantt of laid stalls,
shops, stands or placet to
clea-ae said premises instantor, by re
moving all Impurities and offensive mat
tor. Ir the owner, owners or occupant!
of said stalls, shops, stands or places, or
liber of them, shall not comply with
said notice harem mentioned, he or
they shall be liable lo a line of not lets
than ten nor more than fifty dollars for
each and nvery such offense.
Sxc. 3. ll shall be the duty of all own
ers of stalls, shops, stands or places speci
fied In secllcn 1 of this ordinance to keep
such stalls, shops, stanJs and placet open
al all time to the inspection of the in
spector of meats and vegetables, and upon
coviction of neglect or refusal sj to do
shall be lined not less than ten nor mere
than fifty dollars for each and ovory of
Sxc. 3. The inspector of mealt and
vegetabtet hernln provided for it hereby
authorized and empowered to exercise
all the powers and authority
conferred by the ordinance o'f
the city upon tbe police con
stables j and lo take possession ol and
remove from the city limits, or lo other
wise dispose of, any and all unsound or dis
eased meats, vegetables, poultry, unripe
fruits, Bin or other unhealtbful articles of
diet, offerod for tale, kept or displayed at
any stall, shop, stand or other place
within tho city of Cairo, and any person
resisting tho said inspector In the discharge
nl this duly, shall, upon conviction, be
fined not lost than twentv-fivo dollars, nor
more than onu hundred dollars for each
and ,overy ofiense. Approved Juno J3,
John Woon, Mayor.
Attest! M.J. Howi.tr, City Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. 6'J.
Aa. ordinance In reference to the preser
vation of tbe public lioaltn.
He it ordained by the City Council of tbe
city r Cairo :
Hxchon 1. That, whenever. It shall be
come necesiary In the opinion ol the mayor
aud board ot health of the city ol Cairo, for
the health or the city, and to prevent the
entrance or upreau oi contagious diseases,
the mayor may tvme bi proclamation sup
pressing the etle of Mich vegetables,
inilts. iin-ouiH llh anj;other articles of diet.
a ahall be deemed by them Injurious, and
likely to cause the sprlad ol such dlssesj.es,
aud upon such proclamation being issued
and published, it thai) be unlawlul for anv
one to 1. 11 or ,'L'lve away! ny such arti
cles ai are Interdicted by his proclamation,
and anyone selling or giving away
Mich articles alter the Issuing and publica
tion, and during the continuance of such
proclamation, shall bo liable to a tine of not
(eta than the nor more than fllty dollars for
eacn ana eiery ouense.
bkc.3. o pemon susu tnrow into any
highway, thoroUKhlare or other public
place, any animal or irgetable substance
whatever, nor shall thev threw Into anr
highway, tbornuchtarc, vacant lot, railroad
strip, or any other place within the city ol
Cairo, offal or slops ot any kind, and any
one guilty of a violation of this section of
thl ordinance shall e liable to a fine or not
less tan five nor more than fifty dollars tor
Skction 3. It shall not be lawful for any
owner or occupant of any lot or piece of
ground to keep, have or maintain any sink
hole, cittern or other excavation, without
havln; the wrao securely covered, nor uner
any decaying meat or offal oi any iind.
or an) tiling else to remain in or
upon tbelr premses ro as to become
offensive or lliely to become Injurious to the
liealtu oitne cuy, anu every owner or any
livery or other stable within this city sbal
Aeep nis name anu Biauic yaru clean, and
anv sink hle, uncovered elstern or other ex
cavation, accumulation or manure, unclean
atable or offal or any klinl or anything else
offensive or llkcl) to be injurious to the
Ileal in oitne el'y, is neroy declared a nui
sance aud any person violating any ol the
provitlou ot bis ordinam e shall forfeit and
pay to the city ot Cairo not leeatban live nor
ruore than fllty dollars for each and every
day he shall Jeep, h.tve or maintain a it
such nuisance, and In case such ni'lsance Is
not abated by fie owner, agent or occupant
or the property, then the city marshal It
hereby required to abite the tame as soon
as it shall come to hi Knowledge, wi rrver
it may exist within tbe city limits and tbe
cost and charges in abating the same shall be
collected as a special tax Irora tbe property
whereupon the nuisance txlited.
Approved June 33rd, 16.3.
Johx Wood, Mayor.
Attest : M J. Uowlbt, City Clerk.
'tattAtSisI, tlAMtfstfttt,svat f0St
HARRY WALKER I'rop r
- -'ii 1 . a
Comer Twelfth streot and Washlngtou Av e
J. C. HUELS,
(Late of St. Lout-,)
BOOK HINDER AND BLANK nOOK
Jl"WH. !,O0K? of every descrlplloii done
.lll,, ,Z,.Ul,"'.ml J,I'fl"- All kinds ol
ruling done at abort not ce Rlblcs, Mutio,
Migaxliiei and l'eriodlcalt bound neat atv
at '.be lowest poatlble rates. M
Fi t Books, Ulanke, etc., made a ipeclallty
Fouktii op July.
PAftADE AND WijSlO
Hibernian Fire Company
NO. tr CAIKO, ILL
Cordially Invites tbe p.tbllc generally to join
them 111 celebrating that glorious day. A
grand time It expected and all necessary
arrangements, looking lo the comrort tnd
enjoyment of the participants, have bten
perfected. The celebration of th day will
commence wltb a
Headed by the
DELTA CITY COKNIT BAND
In which the whole lira department baa
beeu Invited to participate. Alter the pa
rade those desirous or attending the picnic,
which will br held In the
GltOYKS OF KKNTUCKY
Opposite the city, will find the new, power
ful and commodious ferryboat
At the landing prepared to take then acrote.
Parent can take their children aad reel
perfectly sale In dolug so, aa Ue high cattle
guarda ol tbe new terry makes It slaply
Imp Mtllile tor an accident to happen. The
boat Is new, sate and reliable.
A FINE DANCING TLOOR
Forty leet In width Yj fifty la length will be
laid op tbe ground, "no sawdust," tt) that
thorn declrtng to trip tbe "light fantastic"
can do uo to their heart content ,
I'rof. Klsenbcrg't celebrated aestog band
B ill lurnhh Uie music for the occasion.
Necessary refreshment will be 'on the
grounds in abundance. Come everybody
anu enjov tbe nouoay in gnna old aicaic
il)lr. The day's festivities will end with a
SCIIKF.L'3 HALL AND GARDEN
I'are, round trip on boat (0 clt
Children with parents free.
Admi'ion to ball, gentlemen, each. ,bQcU
T. M. Lovbtt, )
Hbnkv 970CT. yComulttet.
C-20 Kl W. II HTO.NBB, j
w. H. korni, U.
MntsvyPnblle. He. tsk. aad U. . Ccto
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVK STOCK
Assau . 4,M,t4 t
NORTH AMBR10A, PA..
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INTERNATIONAL, M. T.,
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AMERICAN. OKMMAL, MBW. . .
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THAVBLSUB', HABTPOR4), UPB AND
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RAIL WAT PAHSENOBRB A88UBAM0B1
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ti eki it .
FIRE AND MARINE
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OBaUfAVtA, V, T.,
HAKOVBB, B. T,
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Ooo prldag lh UaderwriUie' Aaeaey,
TOBEBB, V. T,
riBBMBN'e rotTD, a.
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tssttal. - - - ..t,4M.ltt
Uloru, D1IIbi, rural! ere, Hull aad 0v
iocs, lasured at rataaaa (avorableae tetiad, ptr
maaanl corltr will warrant.
I reaMolfully ask of lb olllMsaet Oa
Narof Ihsirfalroaaje; "
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CAIRO CKTT COAL
It prear.d "Jj,"" ,''
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OKDKBS lefl 1 at UalUiUi Bro. oalea.
loagwd te ttr at taftjSrf"
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