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til fa I li nH1r, rllhrr rn
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Ileitis BallsMac .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IN IIIn th fffcoriees RoMte
NO CHANGE OF OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE Or CARS
OM CAIRO TO
OltlBBU, i-llanapoll. a- r it
Detroit, aettdaod, r F.lli
Hutlalo Putabuic. gwhlwtoB.
BelUaor, Philadelphia, : Votk,
Potion ud all point rat.
MHveaMe, JanMTltl. Matlstin,
LOt.. Bt. rul Mi l all point north.
Inn it CtoUi tlj di:'.;! rurteto
tfeottat, Bloraltton, tjpiinirald,
Iberia, uutnei, h1,kk
tUrlibftosv, Hock N'.ind, L Sa'.l.
MBdu, ItitoB, Krfftcrt,
OaJaca, tsabaqB, siont City,
Omsha kid all point, corthw.it.
Uecant Drawing Room Sleeping Ca"
On all Nlgtt Train.
Baurajr Chscked 10 all imporuat point'.
For tietau asd infonnatien, apply Ia I. C. R.n
d.Ml aire; ob board tn transit steamer
twrm Oblombai tad Cairo, and at tni prtnrip
rallma I tietrt offlca throo(tbout the cuth.
W. P. JOUJisAIJi. Orn'I ra.f . A1!, CSKacO.
A. Xtratii, Gen'l Sop't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag t, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIME.
Tawcnjer tnlns on the llllnoi Central
Aanse time tvdiy. From and alter 2.10
p. ra." to-day trtin will nin s. lollow-:
MS"Si)y except Sunday ..tonight.
SUNDAY EXCl KS10N5.
On and a'ter ?undv, Mav 2Ti, an excur
sion train will be run eich Sunday on the
Cairo and Vlncenne laltroad, between
Cairo and Mound City, as lollow :
lavc M'd Citr. Arrive nt Cairo.
S a.m. SflS a.m
430 p m luVip.m.
Lare Cairo. Arrircat MM Citv.
Dam. li.-.TO a.ra.
B p.m. fiSW p.m.
Fare for the round trip, flftr cent.
Charles O. Wool, (ien'l Ticket. s't.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS ANIl TEXA5 It. IS.
On and aller Monday, June P. 1ST3, train-
w.u run aalir, except sunaar. oeiweeu
It. eccept sunaar. between
Oreecfleld1 aniline and Sikrslon. scott
county, Missouri, as tollowi: '
Leave Grccnfleld's 10:00 a.m. and WW p.m. '
.irrltc " " " 5:10 "
' Charleston WM '' " ti:IO "
ftikeston T.10 p.m. tXJtf i
OA lltO AND YLVCti.tSKS RAILROAD
Trains now leave Cairo and Mound City as
Leave Cairo. J.carc .Mound City.
T:t3aju. 7:10a. m.
Ii m. 1:15 p.m.
Lilip.m. WM "
Cua. O. Wood, Gcn'l Ticket ,g-t.
A1R0 AND Y1NCENNES RAILROAD
On and after Monday, February n, 1S7.1,
ralnn on tba C. and V. railroad will run a.
r:l.'i p, ru. le.
O tO " ar.
.rfW a. rn.
1:80 p. ra
" Mt. Carmel..
Tie Vloccnne. ..
, 6:0 "
ir.avo Vincenne... 7:00 a. m.
' Ml. Carmcl . W.-"."2
" Carml .. ., M "
" Norn City.. 10 XI "
" Eldorado ...llrj
" Mound City.. 4:.'U p. m. 7:00 a. m. le.
6JTive Cairo irXn " 7:'i-i ar
Connecting at Vincenne with the lndll
taappit and nccnne.,Ohio and MisslMlppi, ,
And Evansvllle and Crawfords.ille rallroa.l.; '
'A. Mt. Canntl with the l.nol.iiii
Albany airline; at Cunul with the .SL Louis
id aoutbeastem ; atNorrisClty the spring
add and Illinois Southeastern ; at Eldorudo
vriUi the hhawncetown branch o! the 't
Iul. andbouthea'tern: at Cairo with Hie
Mobile and Ohio railroad trau.ler boat, him
steainei for Meuiphi, Red River, Vlck
bnrg and New Oriean..
Ciias. O. Wood, Ocn'l Ticket Ag't.
.ISO. Ll.x. .lit., Stlp't,
LOCAL WF.ATIIE RUF.POR1 .
S. Sio. Sru., un8r.i.vr.iiV Orr ick. l
Cairo, Juin: st, is73. lu-.ll p.m.
Thermometer W dc-res.
Wind, calm, velocity no miles per
Maximum temperature U-t -( hour., ot
Minimum temperature, last 5t hours, 7!
i revaumg wind lasi 21 hour.,soutliwi H.
..T' " "IsgMLV U-aielltil, l&.t
i aours, v. m
enoo fly i !0ltfi)iiEit mi; :
Oct one of Standlngcr. tly exlenulnators,
t IlEEIlW IRT, ( HI! II A 1(1.
Regular boarders at the European hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, recede board at
the rate of i'iO per month. Wo-if
On Dlvhlou ttrect, between Twentieth '
and Twenty-llrit streets, a two-story hoiikc,
six room" and auiuuier kitchen Apply at
Central hotel, or to O. P. Lyon, next door
to premises. i;-iti ti
1, Horn wi.be to Inform htr
the ladles ol the city generally,
tat removed her dresa-makliiL-
& IS! to No. 105, next door lo the
in, up rulr. fi-lm
Fine white; tingle and double X amber
ingle and double X Canary, best tiallty ol
manllla, blue letter, etc., etc. bO.OOO for
kale, printed at (3 50 to 0 W per thousand,
at the ItL'Ll.KlIN Ornt'E.
A cabinet organ, wa good a new, and ol
Urtt-cla manufacture will be sold low und
on easy tenon by applying to
Mits. M. J, Dr.wttv,
Cor. Washington Au. and Foiutccmh .St.
Valuable real raut consisting of three
loU fronting on Fifteenth street between
Walnut and Cedar ; laiva lramo bou.o nearly
stew, two stories, three rooms on each floor,
outfcousei, etc. for turtbtr particulars tn.J
quire at tbe ynmwt, mm. e. bBBU
The cltj Jill thould lo demolished.
Judge Urean admirci the cottoa wood
tree, And uiot it At thader.
Mr. John II. Phlllit ! a llttlo under
Why don't tho Alexander county
farm in organl.o for tho conflict
Dcnnl. Foley won a whole horse last
night at radio. He threw forty-six.
' Judge linker will get through with
thnt torribly tedious Pjilatkl county court
A ipecial term of tho circuit court of
Alexander county will ho held in duly for
Dick Hurd, who wm reported a vic
tim of tho cholera, has recovorod from the
effect of the flt which gave rl to the re
port. ' Two un ttrokes yesterday are re
ported, a street laborer and an Itenorant
vagrant. Neither ha yet did. Jloth are
' in danger.
The 'Sun' has been attempting to
.manufacture aiholora panic, and If any
.body should bo taken with it, the disease
may property be described as a """;
Somewhere in the neighborhood of
twenty-five very small drop of water fell
in tho neighborhood of Tun lit i.lkti.v
! clh'ce at precliely half-part 1 1 o do- V a.m.
John (J Harman, Kq , is obtaining
'considerable law practice. Ho has had
I much experience in courts, and cos dish
' out the law with as much ability as roost
of the disciple of lllackstone
Th onlr ni.rn at which tho m&ions
. .. .
j cannot meet upon the levco is Ureadings
.Hollow There is not an inch of leco
' Sund in the hoIIo or the hill, around
, it; but then it is confounded romantic.
cwcMog for a meat
ana ec'iiuiue msuwkur nuu wnu 1311
tho difference between a tube ro.o and a
cabbage. Such a man i John llrown, of
Mr. 15. F. Parker, of Parker A- llNke,
w'.ih a carpet sarV of dim ens ions indi
cating three week' absence, took his de
pirtarc from Cairo in tho direction of
j Massachusetts Monday last. It i su-
pectcd ho will stop tu rest at Boston.
I Tho Illinois Central railroad com
' pany tvill commence the tale of excursion
j ticket for the Fourth of July, on Wed
nesday, July 3rd, and and discontinun tho
taleon tho evening of the 4th. Thev will
, , ...m , .....
Andrew Lohr drives tho bandsome-t
carriage in the city. Wo aro aceordinelv
, , , , . , .. .
jeaious, ana wncn cur ricn aunt Ule ana
lenves us n fortune wo will buv a hand-1
tomer one or perish in tho desperate at
Mr. Peter Cuhl, the popular flour mer
chant, ha roturned to tho city, from Hot
Springs. The ailments of which be corn
plalucd have all been removed by thoio
wonderful waters. Cuhl it happy to re
turn to hit friends and they to welcome
Mr. .1. T. Ronnie, who hat
fallen into the bad habit of Laing often
J absont from tho city, has returned from
j his last trip south. He look a llttlo tired;
j but no wonder. Tbe traveler can expect
no comfort in the journeys be takes in this
kind of weather. Going south ho it often in
I want of water at well as bread. Riddle.
' Tho proporty owners on Seventh
j street, betweon Washington avenuo and
' Wslnut street, havo been for scvcrM days
in a ferment. Fermentation wat occa
! sioned by the report that a bad character
' proposed to become tba purchaser of a
residence in that locality.
Marshal Mcllale a.serti, with grat
. , . , . .. , ...
emphasis, that Cairo it the cUanest city
In the Lnited fctates.andexpran his will-
ingaess and declare his ability to whip I
any man whodares to queilion tbe truth of
the assertion Ojr authority fcr this iUcn
Ii Shore or Sleeper, e bare , rotur. June -th, I shall ctll upir. li i-.h per
which. 1 was who reKl atov or njrtbof Tsilftb
All diseases are report.! i
A friend of ourt afliicte'l wilt the tith.
ache wat reported dos jierately ill -w.ib th
' "prevailing disease." Another who hal a
i curtain lecture for keeping late hours and
1 drinking welts Ixjer wa thought to have
all tbe appearance of a man in tU ooi-
I. . i ,j ....
lapse iiage o. ine rr-aiar . nc
1 -HT" U"a Sir "4t u' lU
kind words of Tin Dt-l.LtTix it favir of
tfail persecuted saint and ermnkct truat
man, IU. T. J. Hborss ; and R.v. L.
I Hleepr charge, that T. J. pays u stipi-
Ulei stipend fo
titit.l for cb vord we write in
T J . f.Tr.r. NtMl w ur tktt tLu rn..l
I.-.;...,;...., ,v.. Ul..n..l.. l.l
pierred our vital. ana that nc, tti,
seriously mi'litatirig .uicid ' W 'an
endure anything but Hlejr bsd rpir,.
Ion. We prefer the cholera to hit lUit
Rev. Logan bper atsurt u tbtt
our friend, Hon. J. P. Gambia Is sorely af.
tlirtod In ooniequenco of the course of
Tiik Bfi.i.r.Tl.v In tho pending Hhorm
imbroglio. Wo will gamble that Gamble
' not greatly disturbed on this account.
Ho is with ut, a good brother Daptlit, and
he know that all our effort in this mat
ter have been directed lo the er.d of In.
ducing peace to return to the colored I,
raol of our denomination iu tbi. sinful
Tho Cairo and Vlnccnncs railroad
company paid otf all It employes la.t
Friday and Saturday for tho months of
February, March and April, and has ar
ranged for regular monthly payment
hereafter. Tho company will alio lui.
mediately proceed to put it road bed In
llrtt-clast condition, preparing to do tho
heavy freight and patmngur business in
dicationt thow they will do thn coining
fall and winter.
Col. John Lee, Siiperintendentof thn
Cairo and Vincennet railrnai,"iijHkfned
for himself, during hit brief rciiJenco in
Cairo, a Uno reputation at n railroad man.
Ho has htd a thousand difficulties to over
come, and hat tuccooded. He will bring
hit road out ol tho woods in good older
and put it on a paying batitor theank will
prove to bo too formidable for any ono to
accomplish. Railroad men who under
tttand tbe butinedt thoroughly, tell ut that
r..i T I. .1... i.l... :. ,
i. oi, ii uu ui sou nuitiv mwroa'j men
In the country,
Dan Harlman's nigger bell-ringer i a I
groater tiuitanco limn the city Jail, and ,
ought to bo not only deodorized butdlt
Infoctml. Whisky would have tbo ;grcat
ct effect upon him. It ! a disinfectant
that would clean blm out In a short tlme.
The city Jail hat become an intolora
blentiiance a ilnlr hole of dlsoate. It
cant bo rondorod nesiuiy y an
the care that could b put
upon It. The best disinfectant that could
be applied to it would bo fire.
Without specifying a special reason
for the faith that is within u, we do not
heiitato to declare that the public welfare
.... lit.. I
oi i;airo requires me cuy w ; ,
discontinue tho mo of the present city ( ,.
jail building both a a prison and a res!.
dence. It is unlit for cituor.
Circuit Clerk Yocum, following a
bad procedent, ordred a lot of blanks from
Culver, Vage and I toy no, amounting to
several hundrod dollars. Tho fnglo-cyed
Judgo Itros siiw in the bill cxtortlonato
charge", and cut It down. 0., 1'. and II.
havo had thing their own way so long
thoy would not submit, and the result will
be, in all probability, a law suit.
Kunnio lias takt n a vow tuai lie win
do fatal violence to any man who may ad
vocate the destruction of tho pestilential
shade trees of the city. Ho walks from
shade to .hade, and is .studying tho words
and music of the boautiful song written
by our friend .Morris, of Satl'ord, Candee
and Morri nnd f tho city council- -especially
of tho li ttcr entitled: "Woodman,
spare that Tree:'
Spre. oh ' spare tho cotton, Wood.
Touch not a singlo leaf;
To cut it down would do no good
And plungo tho town in grief.
Tho alarm of liro yesterday morning
was occasioned by a conflagration in a
house belonging to tho Cushing estate, on
Twentieth street, between Ohio levee and
Commercial avenue It was suppressed
in its incipioncy. In other words, tbe fire I
was put out before it becamo a coiiflagra-'
lion. That is to y, tho flro wa only u
llttlo fire. A small amount of saw dust ,
was cotiumed, and that was all. If we
have, failed to mako ourselves clcnr in
referenco to this matter, inquiries upon '
obscuro point, mado by Utter, will
ceive prompt attention.
Dr Alter declares that tho city is I
maintaining a health-dostroying nuliance )
in tho city hog pound, and proposes, if the
city t servant do not deodnisn and disin
fect it forthwith, that he will amst the
city in the person of Mayor Wood and
tako it before Dross. Ho Is sure be can
make out hit cafe, and that Dross will line
it at least 'j and costs. He knows the
citv has no money to pay tbe fine, and
imn tn ..t it oninmlitcH tn thn citr tall, a
punishment greater than tho rack, tho 1
thumb .crew, death by fire or by hanging.
The 'Sun' ha robed itself in tho airs
of aBreat public .benefactor, and claimt j
that it ba induced the authorities to clean
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the iltv. It ha done no tuob thing.
Angered because it editor di 1 not
secure tlio position or city comptroller '
and it slipped up in itt effort to obtain the 1
city printing, It bat been venting itt rage j
upon Mayor Wood, A'gontlemaii who ,
don't like the mayor on general principles,
or rathor ono of that kind of gentlemen '
bat been patting it on tho back n
courcging it to koep on itt fierc path to
keep its war paint on. What good
all itt clamor hat resulted tn we cannot
see. Titr. Bulletin bat had tbe city
cleansed while tto 'San, blued on by iu
medical director, ka been larking in a
senseless tort of
manner, snapping occa-!
r u. ..1. ;. . . ,. . t.
iuiibii; iu ii..ii" .. mv.n .uvu
"carl up and quit. It should seek that
place ia this world where the w-ary cease
f - 0rn trotibline and the
"n ""'"""S 10
ricktS at rt.t
All person Indebted Vo me on a-.'cr.l
of subscription Ui Til t iJil'.r DcLLtTU
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f o'etV:V, p.;.., C7HikME i.' of Da.
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AluAtl itMii t '.t
I'lTU' 1. ft. ikUlA ml. vl UiHl xv
l'..u..i.. u.r. .-.,. v ..y,,U.
Tta Siwi vill b b.iivi tt YJJt
train will kiH tb itaUou at tJbJf-part V
Jlli'I (,'r.aTan. Hki t wit iAsi , i
Aorar itv t, titift, Jw, 'lh Xi.
We will i4nuiiu. Hit iI of viva.
I'm ticket for the Fwiitb of July, on
Welnetday, July 'i, and Mill discontinue
tbem on thi evening of tf.e Fwrtb
Ticket yiui lo ralurn entll the lib, in
clusive. Javm. .loiin.'s, Aytud.
Orji: doublo wagon lor sale i.lii.ap, ati.
nlv in 1 1 nan Lrioinii A (In .'in I.I Dim.
KXCI-'RHION TO DENVER.
1. (J. It. R. Co., Aor.N r a Orm.
CaIho, Junn V, IH7.I.
The Illinois Central railroad company
now olfur round trip ticket, Cairo lo Dun.
ver, Colorado, und return, nt a reduction
of thirty.six dollars and fifty cunt from
regular rate, Ticket 'good for ninety
day from date, und will remain on sale at
Cairo until September 10, 187U. Them
tickets aro told on lint same conditions as
the ncursion ticket" from tit. Lnul., being
a ttill greater reduction and taken in con
nection with Hi, Louis rates intke. the fare
butwoon Cairo and HtffLotci 1 60 inrlud
Ing omuibus and baggage tramfur from
Eat St. Louis to depotajaud from depot,
to F.att St. Loult and return. Come and
tea tbo tickets at tbe Illinois Central ticket
oilko and get information. Klgbty.tvro
dollars and fifty cents from Cairo to' Den.
vr and raturn. Jaiiii .Iohhixik,
HIA)()H-I,KTT1N(; AT A
THK I'UOlMMKTOltOK TI1K KSTAH
J.I.SHMKNT bKltlOllSLY IK
NOT FATALLY IV
JUKKD. i An oilier of tlioso terriblo stabbing af
! frays that Imvo occurred so fropunntly in
this city of lato, took placn at about 11
o'clock last night at n negro diinco-houso
: on tho comor of Fifth trcot and Com
inorcUl BVenuc kcpt tlJ. ncilt0 ,,..
Turner. Thore wan n dmiro at tho houso
last night -as there is overy night at
which ri largo concoursn of ncgrocajsetn
bled. At the time abovo s pec i lied a quar
rel sprang up bulwoon Jim Harris and an
other negro, and during the melee llarri
shot at his anttgonlst. Turner, tho pro
prietor of tho h i.iiio, hearing the report of
a pistol, rnn into tho hall and separating
tho rombatnnt,ordcrod Harris to lotve tho
house, lUrri went to tho door, Turner
i following close behind him. Harris
nnnnn,i ,i,a .inn, n,i T.,.nn, ...
to iqiu ii, iiarns aiiucaeu mm Willi
knife, and boforo Turner bad tlnio to re
sist, he had received four sevore stabs
ono In tho mticlo of tho right arm, two In
tho right side, and one in tho neck under
tho left ear In tho vicinity of tho jugular
vein. Turner wa taken t his hunie n
fow roil away, and Dr. Parker called to
dre hi wounds. Turnor tniy recover
but tho chance nto that he will not. Af
ter stubbing Harris, Turnor ran nway,
but returned in a short time, and in con
venation with fomo of hi friend said
there whs "ono or two others that he
would like to get oven with '' Harris sue
ceeded in eluding the ofiicer, and up to tho
time of going to press ho had not been ar
rested. cn v oFNcnr
Special meeting failed by the mayor
CotNCIt. Oil A Mil Kr.,
C.uuo, IIIs.,Junc i!5, !H7.'t.
I'ro.ent His Honor Mayor Wood and
Aldermen Dixbv, Korstneyor, McEwen,
McGauley, Meyers, Morris, Phillips, Hit-
lenliouse and Robinson 0.
The mayor ttated tho object of tho meet-
ing to bo for tho purpose ol cun.idering
tho report of tho pbytician of tbe city on
snnltury measure, which report wot pre
pared at a meeting of faid physicians jil't
previous tj this meeting.
Tho clerk read said report wherein it
was recommended that coui-tar be used to
disinfect tho low grounds covored with
stagnant water and tbo tewert, and that
wber practicable that filthy placet bo
covered with fresh earth ; alio that yardt
anil n.lfp v.nlli La illitnfnrtpil U'llli .111.
of SM tUo recom
, , , . , .,
mended that tho mayor nnd council np
, . '
, point a competent penon to inspect tho
meats and vegetables for rule in tbo mar-
Un motion of AMormnu Uixb said re-
port wai adopted.
Alderman Morris ortered tho follow ing
reoiution which wat adopted, viz:
Resolved, That a voto of thanks bo
ttndcred to tho physicians present for ac
cepting the invitation of the council to
meet with them and ,for their suggestions
and report madu in behalf of sanitary re
gulation. Alderman Meyers moved that tbe print
ins: committee bo instructed to have a
.ufiiciant numU-r of band bills print for .
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aittnounon, coniaining ine recouimenua-
u0n of the physicians Carried by tbe
following vote . Ayes Uiiby,Kormeyer
McKwen, -MtGauley, Meven, Morris,
I'hilllps, itittnb'm and K ,biniou !i.
Tbe folrfwing reo)'tion oHered bv '
A Wurman Duby was advptv; '. invtion
tf aMnrn.an JV;li.i'f;, ,.
Uit'iA by tba city y'JL',il of lb ;ity
. i.r I.Mirfa. Lliat tljM Iti.lul 1 Ltillii.ri.K.I
iiivjVr i Hti and trvtabtet t a pr
lu,jUlli ubU rpu, j, 3f tlA that
IL. o-3.fcan u,.tU, be Inslru. td to
" ' ,..a here-
Or. rMi'.lon "f tldru,an liuhy tb
wiw.il vi a '-.at a twemy riiooui.
. At tb tiinitWiu ol twunly inmvUt
tb (.ijjr.rH ivttuiibli atd th urdin
tnte ofjmiiit t;.mi,VA tba following
Midlnai.. "bl.b u ratd by tbe dark,
At. o'Ji'nc li p'jvWe for the an-
pofAJWJW.l n3 vt oaanii Uiii OutU ol an
i.ijvA'i of mttU and v.ituble of thn
fMj of '.'alo.
tit it oHainod by tb City Councilor thn
.uui. 'J'bat the mayor, by and
vwtb lie a.0vioi and consent ot the oily
t'XJtvil, shall appoint an lni.i:';tor ol
meat and etabl.., who tball recelvu
a ralary of 'mr month, and contlnun
f titivw. U;i autborliy herein i.onfnrred
utfjU hili iliirlng tho pleusunt of llm
Df 'J It shall be, and It hernby made
tbe duty of tin, Inspector nt meat and
e,'i:tal;ln to visit dully all lUlli, shops,
i ttand or placn within thn city, at which
I otlitrod for sale meat, vegetable, pool.
; try, II ill, fruit or other article of diet,
1 and, if any of laid ttall, thnPi, stands or
place are not clean nnd in a healthy con-
Jlllon, he shall notify tho owner, (iwniri
oicupantt or tain tlalli,
ilaiidi or idacns to
I '!' I"
lies e aald prnmiin instantnr, by re
moving all Impurities aud otfunsivu mat
ter, If thn owner, ownera or occupant
of tald aulli, ahop, stands or places, or
either of Ihrm, shall not comply with
aid notice harem mentioned, liu or
they shall be liable lo a Uno or not lest
than ten nor more than fifty dollars for
each and every such oll'eli"o,
Hkc, 3, it shall bo the duty of all own.
ert or ttallt, thops, standi or places iiieci
lied In sectitn 1 or this ordinance Jukatui
such ttallt, hups, tlanJt nnd placet' open
at all timet to the intpection or the In
spector of iiieatt and vegetables, and upon
oovlction nt neglect or refusal r to do
hall be fined not less than ten nor more
than fifty dollars lor each and overy of
lento. iSs.ii :i. Tbe inspector of meats and
vegetablei herein provided for is hereby
auiuirir.eii and empowered to oxwcll.o
I to oxwcifo
all the power. and
conlorrud hv tho urd
the citv udol the
stables, and to tako pnite.il
remove from tbo city llu.ltt, or to"otber.
wist aupose of, any aud all unsound or dls
eateJ uaats, vogetabUi, poultry, uorlfe
JUNE 25, 1873
fruit, flsh or other tinhealthful article, oi
dial ..ir-.i r.i.lfl Unnt or displayed at
" - -1 Vlllt W '"I - a I
nn. at.ii aUsul itr nlnnr tllrtCfl .
wlthl 10 Joe y' 'of C..;o, and any person ,
resisting the, iid inspectorln tliedischarge
f this dutv. shall, upon conviction, ho
il I . . . a.. n.. .IaIIavsi nif
lined not lo. than twotity-fivo dollars, nor
more than ono hundred dollar lor eacu ,
and every otTenw. .. '
- .oi,on o. .led and receipt for all claimt and
m section ono .
wordt ",nvan....flvft dollars." Aldorman
"Ixby movod to suspend tho rules for tho
purpota of putting the ordinanco upon It"
Tho clerk thereupon rend said ordinance
Aldorman Morris morod to rn'coiisidcr
tho voto to fill U,o blank with tbe wordt
"ieventy.fl,0 ,i0i.M Carried.
On motion of Aldermim Kortmover taid
blank wm fl,i .t,,, ,vl. n,,t,B hun-.
mllon of Alderman MtOauloy
taiu ordinanen a. .mnmU . iIh.m
adopted by the following vote : Ayes
Illxby, Kortmoyer, McK wen, McOauley,
Morrl, Phillip.., ItlttcnhotKo and Uobin
ton 8. NayO.
n motion of alderman McGauluv. ad
journed. M. .1. Howt.r.v,
He tdry in uso. C-22-01
The plaeo to loiy wall paper 2l per cent .
cheaper than any other place in the city I
V.i nt..litli kln.nl 'IV- I II 1 ... 1.
Now stneV anil new ttvle "I wall Jiape
paint. oll, window" gin", etc., rti: , .nil, !
klvln. .il ll'.ll limn.
tle oi wallpaper
M vis's' now store, WVIilnirton aientlo and ,
l-i. ........ i. ....... i'..ii i i.. i....'
. V . . ii J V'4 , ,
style- in wall paper before purch.i.lng cl-i-
,,,.,., . . .,
Lev. .1 U drcen, special agent ol
Green Cilv (Jolonv, Colorado, is in this
:, , .ii J ii i,i.
city nnd will remain i ntll Monday even -
ing. Ho otlert special inducements to ei-
cursinnilt. Call at Dristol and Stllwcll's.
,", , , ,
liest Scotch nle, stout porter, nnd eight
vear old bourbon whiskey to be found onlv
' ., .
at tho Crystal taloon, corner ofSixtb street
and OmraorciHl avenuo.
,. . .
.VirtuALA & I. an t,
O '.'j lm Proprietors,
ii..,,..,,,. ..... r,,,.,.. i, r,
IIOAl.IiINO ANti I.oboiNn can bo f11'
nisbed to u singlo gentleman ; also a Km-
iUd number can bo accommodated with
day board. House, pleasantly located on
Tenth street between Wa.hini?tor. and
Walnut. Mk. VlNUKVUNTAB.
Hack, (or the Cairo, Arkama and Texa
railroad, starting Irom White .V (ireer1
itorc, corner ol Mxth .treet and Ohio levee,
Lcaic at S a.m.
" 4 p.m.
Arrive In city at in a.m.
i? tf John Mkvkiis Agent.
i...i i.. v.....,i i.,,i,. i.,
. HEX IWinilH urivnam.. ....... -, v
houo located on the corner ol Seventh
street and Wa.hincton avenue. It will be
known a llrown'a hotel, and prnprlctorcd
by Mr. Drown, who-o reputation a- a hotel-
I keeper I w ell-known in this city. Flic
hou'c ha been thoroughly renovated aud
refurnl.bed, and I In every way iirst-cla..
Tho table are at all time, fiirni-hed with
the be-t the eaon afford, ami the charges
liberal, being only H M per day. Mr.
llrown solicits and descnci a share nf the
public patronage. MM
This I to intorm the people of Cairo that
Rev. C. btier-chner, pastor of the German
l.uthern church ot this city, ha opened a
achool wherein both Hie German and Eng.
Il-h langua''fcs tvill be taught. If there are
"'"e a,u"1 our American oor.i cui.. ns
on i -u ii nasi; niir i:iiiiiicii .'am iu
read, write and .peak the (ierman language,
they now haie an opportunity to xratlly
thatwl.il. Dev. Ducrtchner is a thorough
(ierman and KuglUij scholar, and will .pare
no eflort to maka the chool of which ho l
principal a .uecen.
,.. . . . i .. . ... . i. ..
i.'AIKO, June 21, 'r"',',.
Asryt Water Elevator and Purifier
is the beat cirleru pump in u u. Jolifi
ton - J'ateut Pump ii the Ujt ortableun
; :z nnT 10 1,40 Jb,i"-11 iu sr
tnud over a vo years, it ) tasy of artion
j ,ua in parU and timple In tonttro. .
' , ,uuAnu it not oolv vahi.bh, in
loemUir. of a family (o use it in waihlng
windows, sprinkling strieU, garden plant
'1 beto pumps aro fortale by
II. T. (JkkoIiMi,
o-lf.j.iit k'i (.'ommeiclul avenue
HEAL EVI'A I E Full MALE,
'J wo hoiieea and Ihrcn lot on Ihu corner
of heii.'hth and Walnut all int.. The hoii.es
Jin ato'id a new, hating been thoroughly
rrpalfe.il tin la.t splilig, Wl I In: wild at a
baraln. Eniiiiie on thn plvml-i H, or fit
Cotnmrril.il incline, li-ll-'.'w
Mrs, Anna Lang on Eighth. trout, between
Commercial and Wellington avenues, has
just opened out a .lock of new ami fa.hlon-
able millinery good., .She ha ono hundred
and Hfty dlirereiit styles of hat and bonnet",
be.hle a I irge assortment ol ribbon, How. I
or. and notions ol all sort', nil ol which will
bu sold ut thn lowct prices, I
GO TO WINTER'S PHOTOGRAPH
GALLERY FOR FjNK PIC
TURES. Thaiiieitement over Wlntur't now pho
tograph gallery continues nt fuvor boat. Mr
Winter is thinking seriously or encroatltig
hit already unequaled facilitle for work, in
order to meet tho demand of hit butlno
A forty-negativo-day, slnco his opening,
may bu called a small days work,
CAN'T DUDOF. IT.
Samples of tho Avorlll Chemical Paint
havo been boiled, heated, frozen and
pickled in alkallet and acldt, and ftimiga -
ted with foul uaset. It has boon boiled
and tbon immediatoly placed on ice to at
lo froer.o whatever water nugm uave
buen abtorbed; it has alto boon heatod
and then plunged into Ico water, but with
out any sign of cranking or softening
No other paint could stand thoto tests
Sold mixed in all colors roady for the
bruth, by N...K. Way A Co., genornl con .
mission Tu'ercbants, Sixth ttreot, bctwiien
Washington anofOommerclal aTonuoi.
N. 11. Uso none 'but tbe gehulie Aver
Central Teast. Ten cents per 12 rakes,
Will keep one month,
NOllOK UF DiSSOH.'TlO.N.
The imrtiierslilp horotolore eiisting bo-
b uilnoii iinder the firm,
Mann, it this day ditto
a it., at
twoon tho utulorslgnod In the foundry
name of Ked V
dissolved liv mutual
contont. Ily tho term of tho dissolution,
,IlJleph 1eC( u q th(j (J(jl(t
ngaintt said firm, and I authori.ed lo col-
11Rnd wi , .
iloSKI'lt II. I'.KKII,
C'aiius 1 1 i.h , June 21, is'.i.
HOT WKATI1HR JS COM
INO K Eli r COOL.
R(M'ri.i?cralors at from $18 to
$.r0. It-o cliorit-s at $11, Sl.',
Si 7. C'tf. VtOOV COol
ei'd at Cincinnati retail pricvn
WllQV coolers, ICO cream VC7.-
pi'ji, wire cloth for window
screens, Itath ami foot tub,
cl.'arcoal furiiaccr5, charcoal y
the bushel, barrel, etc., at
IsKKKWAUT, OllTII iS: Co's.,
Wiikiikan, One 'I'liouia J. fcliore.
:i1iiiIiil' (ii In nihtnr. anil .Iii.aIiIi I .imitl,ll
' rlaluilhir ti lie pa.tor, and .locph Cimplifll,
" l"1'"" '" ' "illllj I lllllilUH lir"eil, ,111-1 Jill
s,,.,,!.,.,.,. i.,.,r All.im. .i.,... iiint.
i iaiiinni; 10 n irnirr or t lrt )ll"liin.
nry ll.iptWt cliiirch nf Cairo, lllliml., and their
confederate., h.ive. through furco anil framl.
taken .'M lii.Uf".V..'.i.i.i ol tin-chl.reli til.
Mrc ,e,m)tng to .,,1,1 rhtircli, at the corner
of Cedar mid Tenth -trri t-. In mM cit o(
Cairo, ami theivht hase nri'iciiteii ami tin
i iirewiit the member ol .aid church from
I1ttitssr meeting for the piirio-iioruor.hli
or hil-lne- in tin- .aid church edifice ; anil
WllKliKiH, It I apprehended that the el-
, rrt , .!,. Uy t ncn.licr, ol -ahl church on
i the l'Jtli day of Marih, 1S7.1, to lin-orporatu
' -anio uu, icr mo general incorporat on
lf ll,,t". Wa liieircctiial for that
purpoM', by rea.on ol ome cl the formalllle.
' of the law on that subject not Inning been
' compiled with; and .
, Wiikhkas It I-belleied thaf a majority
of the member-or .aid church arc In a or
' ot nCrporatlin: the .nnc: and
Wiikiik l, 1 he ii-c ol the church edifice
beloiurlu to the African Methodi-t Eplvo-
,al t.(lUro, of Cairo, ha. been kindly tun.
ulercdtothe inembcra of the ; Irst Miwlnn
ary Dapti.t vhiirch for the piirjiou: of taklni;
, .u'eli tcp a-may be nc-e.-ary Tor so Ineor-
! jKiratlng aaid Fir-t MI-lonary Itiptl.l
,o all the member, of .aid last-meiitloncil
church, that, on salliruay, the ?Stli lll-t.. at
i ! o ciock p. m , or a. oon incrraiter a.
tho- dc.lrln to attend .hall hale couiened
' at the church cdineu of the .abl Alric.au
I Mcthodl-t r.pl.copal church or Calm .tu.
ate on Fourteenth, brlw cell Walnut and
Cedar treet, In -aid city or Cairo, county
ol leandcr, and state of Illinois, there
will be an election held by the membur. ol
the 'aid Flrt Mlaalutfiry Iluitll church of
Cairo. lor the election)! live mi.tec. ol .aid
hi.t lueuthiiie.l church, to hold their .aid of
fice anil trust for the term of one year Iroin
the date of Mich election.
ltoli T. Cai.Iiwt.i.i.. I'.i.lor.
Itivhard la) lor.
ii ii i...i
II . w t
Itonii r Wade,
Mary Jane Fulford,
l'heboo Ann Harper,
! R It shclton.
jiti. Taylor, '
I Robert Lee.'
' r'.' "f'"'"
A mile Usher,
And other., memlerol the Flr.t MI.!onarv
ll.iptl-t church of Cairo, lllluol-.
CilKD, 111.,, June "J.'i, 1T.1,
FnUjTil OK JubY.
PARADE AN1)' PICNIC
Hibernian Fire Company
NO. I Ol' 'IIU. I M.St
Cordially Invite the pilblli' generally to join
mum in ceieiiratiug unit glorious nay. a
Kninil lliiiii Is expected and all ner.us'ury
arranKementa, looking in tho comlnrt and
elijoj mi lit ol the purtlcipunt-, have been
perleetrd. Thu crfebrntioii of the ilav will
commeiiee with a
Heaib'd by the
DELTA CUV COUNET HANI)
I In which the whole liro department ha'
' licen invited to participate. Alter the n.
i rade those desirous ol attending the picnic.
...1.1..1. ...tn i... 1...1.1 t.. .i... 3 1 ,V,"M
f won ii i. in uu III ei in uiu
j GHOVKS OF KKN'IMICKV
j OpposIKi thn city, will llml tho new. power
III Mill IJIilIJI)tJl It'lIIIUIll
At the lauding prepared totakcthem across
I'arenlttfean lake their children mill r..i
iBi itjaauaiQ in doing so, as the high cattle
ft !JtLH! HBW lnKo', " "Imply
"'ffcwi, accident to happen. The
I'ont ftpHpre-aud reliable.
1 ynrty feet in width by fifty In length will bo
laid on the ground, "no aasvdu.t," so that
.. I --"'K io iriji mo "iigm ranta.tlc"
can do eo to their hearts content.
...in."1, rrl'"",1i-"rK'H celebrated string band
will lurnl.li tho music for tho occasion.
.Necessary rerie.hnient- will bo on the
ground In abundance. Coiuo everybody
"'") '""Joy the holiday In ood old picnic
sijle. 1 1nula) 'sfesilWilc will end with a
SOIIKHL'S HALL AND GAHDE.V
Kfff'f r"mi11 rli on boat Wets
Children with parents free.
Admission to ball, gentlemen, each, . .60 cU
T. M. I.OVBTT, I I
fiKnHv BTouT, coininui'.
W, II, si one ii, J j
Our Homo Adrortisors.
O.MMIPHIOM J JJTt.
fT"M.' "lilil?N & CO.,
!' 1 ,0 1 R A N I) ( 'OM M ISSION
No, I3.i Ohio I.i.vkk, - CAIRO, ILLS
i-; i to
JOHN B. i'HIil.IS k SON,
Hu:.'.a"rs toJoliii II, I'litiht.)
DKALKHS IS HAY, COHN, OATF;
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cok. IKN1H-ST. ami OHIO LK K
OA I HO, ILLS.
I. II. II ATIIUBS.. 1 C L'llt.
C 0 M M I 8 8 I ON M,B R C HANTS
iAY AND WKSTF.RN PHODUCE
MiLLKR k PARKKH,
dkal?:rs in flour, corn
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roa FAIRBANK'S SOA LKS
Ohio Uvee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
COFFKY, PACK k CO.,
r O I W A K O I X II
a n r
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
C. CLOSK, '
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in ,
f.111' r.ltwr l1, i.ti'u If.,., Vt.. 1
.o Still I.ctc.
UB iu .eu in car loan loi ai iiviniu.ic y
Hirers- jincns, auiung ireigiu. 4-2-lt
J. M. PHlfJilPSiCO.,
Forwarding and Commission
l.lbtral Adfaucaracbl mad
Art pmrarad to raeaiva, atora and lorward
freia-tit to all point and buy and
all on commlatloa,
Srflu.lnns. aileada.! to promptlr;
HALL IDA Y BROTHERS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MBHO II AMTR,
DEALERS IN FJOUR;
and Axai of
omo nivaa aud kaawha
70 Ohio Lkvhb,