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ILLINOIS CENTRAL U i
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" WO Ok A WOK OF OABS
PROM CAIRO TO
ST. L0UI8 OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONB CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIRO TO
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Bustle, "HtMpuiK. Wwblnalnr.
Mslllaior, Philadelphia, M Toik
Boston at. 4 ll poiat Mat.
tttlvaakU, JaaMtill. ?'4lMnA
LsvCrosM, 91. rul uil all point not!)..
kills alaa lha onl) otter t t tile to
iMvalar, MoomlDglOB, Hptinsald,
P-orla, (Jul nor, Keokuk,
Burlieurtoa, Rock Island, I Halle,
tendota, tuion, rreeport,
slant. Dubuque, -tutu -It J,
Oaaaha and all point northweet,
Kltcact Drawing Room Sleeping C&'
On all Night Train.
Baiim Checked 10 all Importaat points.
Poi tiekat M'1 information, apply to 1. C. R.
diant t alro; oa board tnt transit steamer l
tsseeu Co'.uwbos tail Cairo, and at tne rrlncii
rallro ticket ofSees throughout the oulh.
r. P.JOiiiN tKo'l ui tg't, CMcag
A. MiTvaaiL, Oen'l tup't. Chloaajo.
J. JOHNSON Ag't Cairo.
CHANGK OK TIMK.
Fasenger trtta oa the flllnola Central
ehanire tin t e-day. 'roui "er li!lu
in. to-day trains will rim as lollowt :
Mnw, latlr .. .,3:1ft a. ui.
Mall, except Sunday ,...4:00p.tu.
Kxpresas. . 2:10 p. ra,
MalV dally except Sundav . .12.-t.xJ night
On ami a'ter Sunday, May ilS, an exctir
Ion train will ho run each Sunday on tliu
Cairo anJ Vlm:ennca lallroad, between
Cairo anl Mound City, as follow :
Leave MM City. Arrive at Cairo.
ft a.m. :- m
4.W p ra 4.M p.m.
Leave Cairo. Arrive ai MM City.
U a ra. U-.'lO a.m.
t p.m. t30 p.m.
Kara for the round trip, fifty cenu.
CHAHLRe O. Wood, Gin'l Ticket Ag't
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS It. R
Uu and alter Monday. June 9 1873. train
wll run dally, etcept Sunday, between
Uretnaid Moiling anu siactton, scon
county, Mlsaou l. a touows :
Leave Orentield's 10:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m
Arrtv ' 9:50 " " 6:1" "
Charleston 10:40 " " 6:10 "
' lkeiton 7.10 p.m. OOtf
UlltO A.VI) VI.W.SKd It At LKOAJ)
Traint now Ictte Caiio and Mound City at
Leave Cairo. Leave .Mound City.
7:45 .m. 7:10a.m.
1 m. 1:45 p.m.
VIS p.m. S:4U "
CMii O. WOOD, G-c'l Ticket Ag't.
.AIKO A-XD VINCC.N.N'llS ItAlLUOAO
On and ater Monday, f'ebruarr S, 1S73,
ralsi on Uie C. and V. railroad wlU run aa
eave Cairo ,.
" Mound City.. 5:10 "
" ElJorado . . . UV p. a.
" NorriUty.. 23S3 "
tanai ... . 31 "
" Ml. Canael.. 4:40 "
.rive VicctD0 5:4' "
preM. cave VicctLLti, 7SXI a. a.
Mu Canael SSK "
" Cirml il "
" .Som.Cltj 102 "
" Eldorado IUH "
" Moua-J city.. 433 p. m.
ijrive euro . . bsjs "
f:l p. m. Ic.
6:W " ar.
:M k. m. it.
7S " ar.
Connectici at Vlnteone with the lndi
aapoliiaud itictnne,Utiio and Mii-lppi,
.Ed iaatUle & Crwfordvlll! rallroaila;
Ml. Larmtl wltb U.t Loulvilt and New
Vitus? air line ; at drtni with the M, Uiult
.a1 souttieatro; at S- rri City the sprint
It id aad lUlnuU ouUieatern ; at Kldorailn
ntb tat Shawnettown biaDiti ot the t.
1ju1i and joutbfi.tcrn : at Cairo witii k
Kobtit and Onto railroad transfer boat.
(ttuiitri for Mempbli, tied llher, VkL
bur and Ntw Urttraui.
Cuia. O. Woju, Gen'l Tlclet Ajr't.
Jro. Ltx, JK., SUjl't.
LOCAL EATIIK. RKF.rOKl .
t. OtO. SBK.,UHKkVKH't OTFICK, 1
Caiko, June 30, 173, 10;
.11 p.m. J
wind, routbent. velocity 4 mil! per
Mixtmuui temperature lat 74 hourt, el
tiitumum temperature, Utl V4 houn, fit
rTevalllnt wind lau U4 bour, Wekt.
Total numher ol milt wtnd travelled, last
14 huurt, UI
Euwist Oakland. Observer.
Twnty-fiTe ipiken oa the Cairo, Ar
kantaa A Thai railroad. Waici 'i 10
BBOO TL I DON'T UODUEK ME 1
Stt una of alandtnger'a fly exterminator!
at BaEKWAHT, OkTlt ft OO
Secular boarderi l the European hotel,
Barry Walker proprietor, receive board it
U rate of w per m'intn. iitt
Mrt. H. I. Horn wiibe to Inform he
atxoni and the ladle ol the city generally
that ah baa renoved her drtM-mtkint;
room. No. 134 to No. 105, next dor to th
AIMMUB, up etalra. 6-Mm
flna white; alnla ai'3 Qbuhle X amber
JoaU and double X Canary, bed rjuanii o
unlUa. blue letter, etc., etc. tO.OOO for
tale, prinud at 1 www thoutiJ,
A cabinet orgun, Kd knd of
ftral-claaa manulacturr will be oId low aad
oa cut urtnu by plltig to
Mhb. M. J. Dewxy,
Cor. Waauloifto0 Ave' "'ourteeDth dt.
Vklu-ole real eatate coniUtlng ol tbre
lau lroUB on Flfttentb trtet between
wllaut am iCdar; Urg lrme bouie nearly
aUTtwo ttorl, Uu roow on each floor,
tk-aaa. etc tot furthtr particular n-
ITEMS OF LOCAL NKWS.
W tkke It back, WooUn ii ood
Central TMt at Iirlttol A Stilwtir.
Capt. Hambloton will to at liome In a
Tlin city ncavonRor carU ro kopt
buiy removing th city offal.
The Haled monthly meeting of tbo
council will bo held to-night.
Vanilla, Strawberry, Lomoti and Or
ange Cream at Saup & Clarkton. ill
Dr. Schuh trot out bl cony of
good brer when Col. Totter coinci to
St. Mary' park will rtiound with
the merry-making of lb Delta on th
County court, for probata and crimi
nal buiineu, will commence on .Monday
next, July ".
Mr. Thayer It compelled to poitponn
Mi trip suit for a timu, on account of the
flckneii nf hii wife.
The Ohio river camo up five Inches
during tha twenty-four bouri ending at
ix o'clock lat evening
Tenemxnt bouici arc commercially
peaking In good demand but icarce.
(!airn must have mora tenement houivi.
Hherbriof Orange and I.imon will bo
had on the Ub New candid nt l cream
lion Hon at Saup & CUrkson.. Ct
Alderman Nellii ht diigulted him
teli by cutting off hli whUkuu. Y.-tter-
lav ho wai In tbil dlicuiita and a now
Theycbampitre at Mound City on tho
F urth of July. It Ii v-ry plraianl
muiemenl. It cxhlleratei but doc not
Tbo Hibernian! oxpecl to have a
Urge turn-out on the fourth. Tliny have
mad very comi.lute arrangemenli for a
A. J. Carl hai loit ona of bh moil
valuable bnnei. It oicaped from tho lia
ble a night or two ago and has not been
heard of tince.
Harrlion ha gone to Joliet. Ho
look hii departure on Friday lait. Four
teen year hen. he iqjV return tot Uil bit
frlundi in thli city.
Wm. Wlmer'i art gallery it crowded
ilally with people anxioui to ioo them
flvoi on paita board. Mr. Winter u
driving a good buaineii.
The Illinuli Central Railroad com
pany ii widonlng tbo levte and putting
down another track between Twentieth
and Tweniy-olghlh itroct!.
.Mr. Hueli, of tbo i-airo book-bindery
wad pruitraled on Sunday evening by
cholera morbui. Tbe attack wai levere,
but hell rapidly recovering,
The churchc of tbe city wer mod-
rutely well attended on Sunday lait. Tbe
day wai very warm and on tbii account
many people remained at borne.
Tho good looking manager of tbe
Derail, iirown A Cuatpany' bag buti-
net i, has returned fom a viilt to St. Louii-
Hm growl handomer every day.
Tho calabooie conta'm at tbe preisnt
time but one prisoner. He would proba
bly bav been itt fr befor thli, but be
ii known to be a bold and darlne thief.
Tbe Dalta Fir cmnptny will have a
grand lime at St. Mary'i park on tha
Fourth. The committee of arrangerneuli
are hard at work preparing for tb occa
ilon. Judge Bkr will wind up th bul
noil of tbe f ulaiki circuit court thli week.
A lot of old moii-cruited chancery caie
hai detained th court teveral weeks
nngr than waa anticipated.
W't understand tbat the tervicei at
Preibyterlan church, on Sabbath morning
were of a very interesting character. The
rite of Rapliim wai administered to five
pertoni, and five unltod wltb the church.
llom&n Candlei and Sky Rocketi
Cameron Torpedoei for the 4th of July
Fire crackeri, 8 bunches fur 'itt ct or 10
cts pr buncu. AH other Ure cracker
.qually ru tow at Saup Sc Clarksoni. Ct
Mr Gambia tbippad yealarday to Al-
loona. l'enniylvanla, a very beautiful de
livery wagon. Il was manufactured for a
brother of Mr. Gamble, and will, we bav
no doubt, throw into tbe ibaUe all wagni
cf the kind in Alloona.
For tale a large amount of choic
fruit in the orchard, coniiiting of peaches,
peari apples aud quinces, on Cairo and
incennet R R., eleven rnilei lrom
aim. Enquire of J. rj. U-WKtvn,
7-Vw Cross street,
Judice Broil contemplate! fitting up a
uit of now nQlcus In the rear rooms on
the tecond floor o( his building on thucor
ner of Eleventh street and Commercial
avenue. He will have one room In which
to hold police court, and another for hii
his private eUlee.
A team of good horse belonging to
John Sbueban, gut out of hi (table, Sat
urday nigbt. lie mad diligent search lor
tbem ou Sunday and found ibum outlid
the Misilislppi Uvce, both mird in th
lougb near tbe Old fort. One of the
hone wai dead and th other nearly
Tb following were tb arrival and
departures at this port ynterday : Chx,
H'-dman, New Orleani; James O. I'arkar,
Memphis; City of Helena, Vlckiburg ,
J nines Howard, St. Louis. Departed :
Cbai Rodman, Louisville; Jam I) Par
ker, Cincinnati, and City of Helena, St
Attention li called to th card of M
I) Ounter, proprietor Idlewlld Corn
mills, corner nf Twenty-iecond ilreet and
Onb lev. The mill i now In full blast
and lurnlntt out the very bait quality of
meal. The choicest auem-dritd meal will
be sold in quantities to mil purcbaiari
Mr. Uuntir lollciti a share of public pat,
A cbago In tb running timt of
trains on the C'tiro and Vincnnt rail
road wont into affect at I'.' o'clock 141
nlL'bt. Pitiengar trn!n will hereafter
run ai follow : Leaving Cairo at i
o'clock a.m, and arriving at 3:40 p tn
Tbe Cairo and Mound City accommoda
tion train will make two trip daily,
leaving Cairo at 11:35 a.m., and. 6 o'clock
p.m , end rtlurniag arrive at Cairo at 8
o'clock a m1 tod :'it p.m. Tb train that
leave Cairo t 6 o'clock p.m., will not r
turo tt till tity tb vl j.
Tha l'aducab 'Ktntuckltn' lay th
officers of the Jame Flsk report tbat
cholera Ii provalllng In tbfi city, and tbat
five death occured on Saturday. Thli will
be new In thli city. Five death from
any cauie have not occur! J In Cairo for
ton years, and thoro li not a cmo ofchol-
ra in the city.
Mr. Jai, Konndy, who bas tho con
tract for reconstructing tbo balance of the
sidewalks on Walnutstreet, bettveon Eigh
teenth and Twentieth slrectf, says if
thoio porsoni who complain because of
the condition ol the itreot montlonud will
be patient for a iborl time longer tho
walk will be lowered. Ho ii coming to il
a fait ai posilblo.
Yutierday evening, when City .UHer
McCarthy went into the Jill to feed tne
prisoners, Rubon Rudlord, one of the
prlioneri, slipped past him and made bin
escape. "Tennessee Hill,'' a noted tblef,
contliied there, ttlio attempted to got out,
but wai caught by the jailor and returned
lo hit cell. Rudford is u darkey, nttd was
rrUed on Sunday night on a cbargo ol
The Mound City 'Journul informs iu
that Til r. UULLKIIN arrive! at that place
twenty-seven hour alter its distribution
In Cairo, and fourteen hours behind tbe
St. Louis papers. Tbe inlurmatloti sur
pritedus, Mid We immediately madusvatoli
lor Ibo culprit wliose negteul has occa
sioned this tardiness. 'It IK Ilt't.LtTl.s
mutt not lag behind. Hereafter ll
reach Mound City Itifore it is diilnbuteU
Mr. Davii of tbe 'Sun,' denlei that li
telegrapbed to tho 'Inlur-Ocean' tbat chol
era wat prevailing in tbii city, and Mr.
enl f the telegraph otSco tuitaini bim
In the denial, Trie suspicion that ho bad
done io grew out of tho tact that he is h
pecial correipondent of thai ppur, and
thu charge wai kenerally b-lleVed. We
know Mr. Davit would do nothing to iiu
puro tbe rity, the Interest of which we
believe be hai truly al heart.
Tho agnt of Culver, Page A- Uoynt
ws in the city yesterday, and called upon
hii frietidi. He advised Lynch to post up
in bit nQce the legal blanki printed ai
Tliu Rullxti.v office i specimens of tbe
cheapest blank printing tbat is donein the
state cf Illinois. He says his firm could
not make salt at our prices; and yet oar
friend Rouben, of tbe circuit clerk's office,
bocauseh lovoi tbe people, you know, af
fects tho Chicago blank grabbers and
Mr. Henry Elliott, of tbe firm of Ell!
ott A Uaytburn, hai concluded not to
leave Cairo this summer, even fur a day
too much butineti The largett itock ol
and as complete a variety and as choice
collection a; can be found In any market,
I to be disposed of at price that place
tbem within tbe reach cf all, and he is
determined to ttay her and tee it done,
therefore, Instead of lending hii friend,
'greeting and good byo. ho Invite tbem
all to como and bee tne the happy pottes-
ior of a n at-fitting pair of ihoei and tben
depart with his blessing. 7-l-3t
The Mound City JournaVt 'Ciro
journalim are barbarian; they make
iportof the Cnett "qualities of manhood.
For instant, Dr. Auitin, a worthy mem
ber of th dental profeiifon wbo had re
sided in Cairo aeveral year concluded he
could belter hi fortune by removing to
another locality, but tbe pain ofdeparturo
from hit old friendi wai very great with
bim. He evidently Is on of thole few
but choice spirit whose attachments are
very strong, and be expreued hit toxlingi
tn a published note to bit friends.
Whereupon tbe journalists aforemen
tioned made every manner of sport of the
teader-hoarlod' doctor. The fact i, thoto
Cairo newtpaper men teem incapable of
appreciating anything not ttbioluudy bar-
Tbe Wetterri Union Telegraph com
pany have reduced thuir tariff rales to thu
following figures :
ti io .
a oo .
l oo .
1 CO ,
. 1 5"
,. 1 00
,. 1 On
New Orleani .
St L iuii
.. 75 I
.. 1 Ou '
. oo !
.. 10 I
It will be seen by tbii table tbat tho re
duction is about 40 per cent. Thu com
pany have always contended that ts bust,
nets increased ralei would be reduced,
and aro making good their promise
Tnure can be no doubt, however, that by
mis rwiucuou uie uuiinuss ol tho com
pany will be largely increased.
Tb 'Uatette' of yesterday lays:
Wu would not lor all the ' grab " pock
eted by tbe Fur y-lbird congress, Intimate
that our town cuiemporaries are not dis-
pjitu tu retiuvr unto i;t iar tne things that
unto La; ar belong. U is true, neverlbe.
le-s, that alter the I)lia City iro com
pany witb characteristic promptness, bad
extinguished the Gushing house
lire, and thus prevented a moil
uitnttroui conflagration, Tax Hl'Lliii.n
' damned lb sompanyjwi'.b faint prie,'
and tbe 'Sun' laid nut a word. Now there
aretbote (and their nam is nel'h'r unit
or tn)wtu insist that had the Hiber
nian or tbe Rough id Readies done a
much, tbo 'Sun' and Uulleti.v, both,
would have made th air vucl with their
priie. We, however are not of that num.
br. We bellev that bad The Bullktik
and Sun' known, at we know,
ibst the prompt and well directed
efforts of the Deltas rricued at leait
t30,0d0 worth of property trom the
flam' ', they would governed by no
other impulie than a desire to bestow
commendation wherever it i earned
have extendad to the compiny a full
measure of pralie They are just men
-Davll and Oorlv both of them ; and
railing to tnind.is they must and do, that
the Delist hav renderid a "tucceitful
conflagration in tb Fourth ward
an Impossibility, the) would be untrue tn
lheraitvei hould they knowingly pis
any opportunity to commend the company
when commenda"on bad been earned.
W now declare tbat tho Deltas were
titled to all pralie for their sflorti at lb
flroabov referred lo; but we did not
know anything about tbat fire, sad io
went It blind. In fact we did not think
of tb DlUt at all; thy art now aud wo
null t u4 to uUtsi.
BULLETIN, TUaEUAi, .Jum x, .
CELEBRATION AT HOME.
TUK DKLTA CITY FIRtt COMPANY
IN THK lift a ail
Tho Doha Cltv Fir company are per
fecting arrangements for aOttlng celebra
tlon of the approaching national nmiivor-
sary, Arr, in the city.
hT MAhV 8 PAItK
Will bo supplied with vast awnings ana
arbor, sufficient to shield at leait two
tboutand people from tho neat na sun
Seat will be provided, refreshment
stand erected, and ample provision tnado
f the hui dredi who may deslr to Join
Th D-c'lratlon of Indepondsnco will
be rnd, and two or more (hurt and ap
propriate addresses delivered.
String will be erected and various
moans of amusoruunt to b provided for
tbe little one.
At night the park will be Illuminated
by one bundrid torches find lanterns, and
tho amusements and exercuti of the day
will be prolonged, under tho protection ol
proper committees. No charge for ad
iiilltanco to tho ground, and everybody is
cordially Invited to attend Tho invila
tion If, come one, come all, without mcney
ind without price I
A FINK FHUIT FARM FOR SALE,
Situated on tbe Cairo nnd Yincennes
railroad, one-half mile from tbe depot nt
alednnla itation, containing one hundred
and fifty-(Wo acres of the best fruit land
in Southern Illinois, one hundred acres
under cultivation, tbe balance in koih!
limber and well watered by never falling
prlngs There it a frontage on the Ohio
river of one-balf mile with good landing
for wood yard and general shipping buti
nets. Prospect for iron and coal good.
Parties wanting a good home will do well
to look at tho place before purchasing
olsewhere. Term eaiy. Enquire of
C-272w D. Hi'hd ii So.v, Cairo, III.
SECL'RE THE SHADOW.
Hive you visited Schleslnirer'g new pho
t igraph gallery on Eighth itreet between
Commercial and Waihintfton avenue-? II
not, you should do an, and give the proprie
tor an opportunity to try h.i skill in t iking
of you a perfect likeness and a splendid
plctuie. Sir. schleilnger'i gallery li fltttd
up In the best ityle, with the Intention ol
doing nothing but perfect work. The
l.idle' drawing room Is oeautlfully fur-
nl.htd.andthe oncratlnK room has a ikv
. bt un,urpi,Sed by any In the IVesU Mr.
Schleilnser hopes lib many friend, who
hae heretolore given to blm theli patron
age, will continue their favor. To tbem
and the public generally he extends an in
vitation to visit his rooms, whether desiring
work done at present or not, satisfied that
tbe appearance ol hii gallery, the many
convemencei he ba procured inoeed, all
the latest Improvements tn hla art and the
kill of an operator nftfreat merit, lately ot
London, Mr. Frank Locke Steele, will com
mand their patronage when they shall need
work to be done. C-l(rlm.
EXCURSION TO DENVER,
I. 0. tt. R. Co., Aokst's Orxicr, 1
Cairo, June 26, 1873.
The Illinois Central railroad company
now offer round trip ticket, Cairo to Den
ver, Colorado, and return, at a reduction
of thirty-six dollar and fifty conti from
regular rates. Tickets good for ninety
days trom date, unu will remain on salo at
Cairo until September 10, 1873. These
IckeUare told on the samo conditions as
the excursion tickets from St. Louis, being
a ttill greater reduction and taken in con
nection with St. Louis rates make tbe fare
between Cairo and St Louli 7 60 includ
ing omntbtit and baggre transfer from
' Kin St Uiuis to depot! and trom depot
to Ksit St. Louis and return. Como and
I se the tickets al the Illinois Central ticket
, office and ct information. Eighty-to
i dollars and tlfty cents from Cairn to Den
' ver and return. Jauxk Joiimso.v,
EXCURSION IO DENVER.
M. a.vij St. L. Packet Company, 1
Aoevt" Ofpicx, Cairo, July 1, 1873
Tbe Memphis and St. Louii Packet
company now offer for i!e round trip
tieketi from Cairo to Donver and return,
J79, good for ninoty dsiyt lrora date ol
ale. Alto regular ticket on lale for
Ktnias City, Omaha, Topeka, Lawrence,
Sn Francisco and all principal points
writ, and by rivr and rail to all point
louth. For further information call at
tho company' utlice, No. 71 Ohio levee,
under City National bank, Cairo, Illinois.
James M ai.i.ohy, Tickot Ag't.
Soi, A Silver, Patenger Ag't.
KYNASTON TO THE FRONT.
Mr. James Kynastou, whose reputation as
a butcher is par excellent with the people
nl thu city, bas opened a new meat
shop near the corner of Commercial avenue
and twentieth street, next door to Mr. l'at
Hurl's grocery store. Il Is a well tnotvn and
adnowledared fact that Mr. Kynaston, dur
ing bit lotiK experience In the meat bu I
nets In this city, never offered to hi- custom-
cm anything but the choicest ot every 11 nd
of meat. He is a good Judge of cattle, tnd
btiyi nothing but the youngest and attest,
and as a consequence his the best of beef.
Tbe same may be said of every kind of meat
sold by him. tiive him atrial, and our word
lor It, you will always be pleased. O-18-tl
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
A sway-back, iorrl maro, about 16
htnd high, witb a heavy fore-top, about 0
year old, thod all around, bad a swelling
on tb fniidoot a hind lg cauied by a
kick, formerly owned by Dr. Ann, of
Hnzltwood, and later by Dr Run fro w of
Qoos Island. Sbe itraycd or wai ilolen
on tb nigbt of tb 2olh init front tbo
livery liable of the lubtcriber In Cairo.
A libiral reward will bo given for ber re
turn, or intormation tbat may lead to bor
Caiko, Illinois, June 30, 1873. 7-1-31
A GOOD IN VESTMENT.
A rare chance Ii offered to tome man
with money to Invest in good paying
property in tbe roost desirable part of the
city. Two lots, 60 feet front on tbe ave
nue, bouie 3 itoriei. Two large (tore
cu b fitted up oa the first floor, tb up
pr itoriei ar well arranged for offlcea or
dwelling!, For furthtr particular n
qulr of Jobst Q. HaWA tk Co.,
-4-lf Rat) MU Agnt, Cilr, UU
I will offer for lata on Wolneady,
July 3, 1873, at 3 o'c'ock p.m., on tho
premise, tho following valuable property
lluitted on the corner of Boventb and
Walnut ttreots: Thre lot and two
houses, a garden supplied with a variety
of fine fruit, grapot, peaches, raspberries,
etc., to- The houses are In good repair,
two good cisterns, out-houses, etc. Lots
20, 17 and 28 In block 61. Sale posllivn
and without roserve.
6-20-31 Dak IIartm.v.v, Aucllonoor.
(lit. Helm. Sixth street, near Ohio lctec,
ha Jiut laid out a considerable sum ol
money In repainting, papering, and In every
way repairing hi barber shop, and his I
now one of the nicest, If not the nlccit ton
ori.il establishment In Cairn. Helm em
ploy none but tirst-clAM vtoikmcn In bl
shop, and we venture to siy the two younit
men who now hold situations there, ctnnot
be excelled In their calling by any other
barber or barbers In the city. Try tbem.
COMMKRC1 VL HOTEL
Thtsppular hotel has been rcllttcd and
tuprovcil, and la now one ol the most com
lortable stopping place In the city. The
travelling public and person dexlrlng
pleasant quarter by the week or month, will
ulvvay find them at the Commercial hotel.
Rates ot board have been rcducted as fol
lows: Dsv board, 4 Uj per week; tranlt,
II fiOperday; board ami todglnx, from fi
tot per week. Mrs M. J. Whitk,
Notice is hereby given that my wife,
Mary, having left my bed and board with
out toy content, and without good cauio,
I will pay no bills contracted by her.
Our three children, Mary. William an J
MntiUa, I de.ir to put in the car of try
good lanilly or familiei, who will take
creof tbnm. J. sen! Fcnkukihir.
CaUj, Illinois, June 30, 1873. 7-l-3t
ICE CREAM UAI.OON.
As wsrm weather Is approaching the
lovers ot ice cream will be glad to learn tlmt
Metrr. Saup CUrW.ou have tilted up anu
relurulsted, in elegant t)le, their ice creim
parlors. Their mammoth soda lounuln tu
also been put in running order, aud nothing
tnWAntio about the establishment to make
the pleasure and comlort of their patron-
Saloon-keepers are hereby notlfieJ to
not give my hutband, Timothy Hoihen,
any intoxicating llquon-alcoholic or
malt. I will pruiecuteany and all laioon
keepri whodltregard Ibis notice.
Wixitked Hi ii en.
Caiao, 111., June 26, 1873 0-17 lw
We bave in itore and for sale somo of
Aia Wor.tsr & Co'i. juttly celebrated
ugarcured bami and breakfail bacon, a
tine a ever wai offered in tbii market
We a io keep teveral other good brands
of meat. Ualudat Bros
Mrs. Anna I.ang on Eighth treet, between
Commercial and Waihlngton avenues, ha
lust optttwil out a itock of new and fashion
able mlllnery good. She has one hundred
and fifty different styles of bat and bonnet,
beside a large assortment ot ribbons, flow
ers ami .lotions ot all sort, all of which wll
be eoid tt tho lowest prices.
WANTED TO 00 TO DENVER, COL
OIUDO. A g.rl to cook, waib, iron and do gen
eral houie work, In a small family, good
wiget will be paid, none but tb best need
apply lo Mrs. I) Uurd,
7-1-7V Sevsnth Street.
A German man, as porter In a commis
sion bum or store or as ostler or any
other kind of work. Good recommenda
tion. Apply at this oflVe. C.'.28.3t.
One double wagon lor sale cheap, ap
ply to Quio Loomii & Co., No. Ct Obi
ILLIMOIN CeNTRsL ItAtLR IAI1C0., 1
Ar.ESTtiUrncE, Cairo, June, 'J 5 1873.
Wo will commenco tne sale of excur
sion tickets for the Fourth of July, on
Wodnoidiy, July 3, and will discontinue
them on the evening of tbe Fourth.
Tiikets good to return until the 6th, in
clusive. Jame JoHHhoy, Agent.
A nev hotel hat bcen.opened In'thc large
bouse nested on the corner ol Seventh
street tnd Washington avenue. It will he
known aa Brown'a hotel, and proprictorud
by Mr Brown, whose reputation us a hotel,
keeper is well-known In this city. The
house tits been thoroughly renovated and
refurrtsbed, and is in every way first-class,
Tbe lables are at all time furnished with
the brst tbe season afford-, and the charger
liberal, being only f 1 50 per day. Mr.
Mrown solicits and deserve a share ot thu
public patronage. 6-lltl
This ts to inform the people of Cairo that
Itcv. C. ucraebner, pastor of the German
l.uthern church ol his city, has opened a
school wherein both the German aad Eng
lish language will be taught, tr there are
those au.ong our American born citizens
who wish to bavo their children learn io
read, write and speak tbo German language,
the) now bave an opportunity to gratily
that wish. Rev. I'uerchner I a thorough
German and Engli scholar, and will spare
no edort to maka the school of which he Is
principal a success.
By order n the Hoard ok Dirkctorh.
Hacks lor the Cairo, Arkanta nd Texa
railroad, starting lrom White ft Greer'
"t ire, corner ot Sixth street and Ohio levee,
Leave at 8 a.m.
" 4 p.m.
Arrive In city at lOu.m
" t p.m
0-8 tf John MsviRO, Agem.
Notice it bervby givta tbat I will piy
no billi for goads told to any of iha eiu
ployei of The Caiho Bulletin, either
or Ihemielvoi tr tor the uie of tbe office
unleie tbe same ire furnished on an order
igned by Mr. Burnett or mvlf.
IMO-ly Joint H. OaiRLT.
Tb place to buy wli pper W pr crtt
cfctiperthao any other place Id toe olty 1
No, J, Bmnta stmt. Try It. n.AL.
, Pittost Current Orricr.,
Monday Evening, June 30, 1873.
Vo have no chances to notetn the son-
eral condition of tbe market. Mixed
corn I very dull and theru is no move
ment in flour except lo iudoIv a mmll
ordor trade and to meet tbo demand fur
local or home contutnptlon, Corn ml
Is quiet and in good lupply. $2 60 for
choice brands I quoted an outside figure
to-day. The tnarkol for whlto corn has
bsun fluctuating In th past week, telling
ai low a 4Vc and hlh as die doling to
day at 60c dellvtred. Oais and liay
are Hat no duuiund al all lor either.
Choice butler Ii in request 20c. The
demand for eggs it Inlling nil and the
tnarkol is weakening' lUo is an outside
dgure to-day. Raspberries are coming
in freely and find ready tale at 3f7;4 per
urate. We notice a lew cherries and cur
rent lu tho markul but wure tinublu to
Ijel quotktluni. Ripe apple! alu in lb
market In thu bandi of retail dealers. Non
offered at wholetalo of which wu linvu any
report. Tbe river Ii falling, and will soon
bo at low water mark, placing Cairo virtu
ally al.thohead of nuvlgution. Rut
steady nnd unchanged.
Bsxf-fJorrcipondenti ihould bear in
imuil that our quotations repreienl pnci i
or round lull from first bands, unless oth
erwise stated, and that In tilling siimll or
dun higher prices must be paid teJ
FLOUR Very dull and price lower;
Choice XXX quoted at IS. Slocks are
urge and theru ii no demand to carry off
Hie surplus. Sales embrace 300 bbls van
mil Kfadei on orders fl 50 to i!i and 260
bbls do $5 to i 'J5.
HA Y Flat. Tbero is no demand at all
for any thing except a strictly choice ar
ticle ot which there is none in tbo market
We noto one car of prime timothy deliv
CORN White corn is in small
supply and fair domand for the
order trade. Choice white find
a ruadv market at good prirei. .Ml led is
lull, no demand at all. bite corn
cloiei to-day at 60c. Saloi embrace 4
curl wbite In sacki dol 60V; 4 can do
60c; 20 can do lacked and del told early
at 51c; 'J carl do 50c, and " cart do in
sackt on track sold at 4?c.
OATS Markot dull at fie
' ply ii small and there It n
ec. The sup-
o demand, I
can sold in sacks del at MQJli.- 3 cars
choice sold early, brought 2Sc.
BRAN Quoted uominally atll'J; none
CORN MEAL -Stocks are fair and
the market is easy. Choice brands com
mand $2 5. Sales were 450 bbli steam
dried $2 ,10. ,
PROVISIONS Very quiet, dull and
lower. Transactions are confined to small
jobbing lots and (ales are not large
nougb to establish quotations. Clear
ildei aro quoted at Ojc. shoulders 7c and
hams l'.'ic Wo note later of i caski ba
con, country, SJc; 1,0(K) fbt iboulders '.
CJc; 1,000 lbs hams, country, 10c
LARD Dull. Kettle rendered, in '
tlrce, ii quoted at 8Je; in kegs l'Jr3)H)c 1
B l.'TTE R Choice in fair demand nid ,
narce. Ordinary and common butter i
plenty and dull. Sales comprito 10 tubs
choico 20c; 'M imall pickagei of fresh
Country, (8 Ibi to packige) lold at 2'.'c;
16 pacliagei choice '20c; 15 packages do
l.'.c , and 3,j packages old Hock, sola at 4
I2c. EGGS The demand is falling off, ai d
prices aro declining. Stlei wero 800
dozen at l'-'J; 40 i doren, told early, et
14c and 100 dozen at l.'c.
CHICKENS-Very few come in and
the market it fir. Sale wero 10 coops
mall young ones $ 60; 10 coops od
hens 6 3 75,
I1KRR1ES Are about tbe only kind ol
fruit that comes in, A few ripe applos are
offered In the bandi of retail dealers.
Tber ii alto a few current! and cherrie.
offered to-day. 36 cases raspberries sold at
(3 to $4 26 and 8 bucket! cherries, (old at
00c per bucket.
HAMS Suar cured caavated are
quoted at 14lCc. Plain counirycured
choice are qut-d at 12c.
LARD Refined it quoted in tircei at
8c and in kegs al !J(i)10c.
BREAKFAST RACON Quoted at
SUGAR. Coffee A quotod at 13c;
H14Jc tor crushed, powdered and gran
ulated. TEAS. Imperial, 76(3)1 i!5; Ounpow
der, 751 25 ; Oolong black, 76(l
Young Hyion, flfajl 40.
CHEESE, Good demand ; Now York
lactory V tb l6J(o)l"c.
YRUP.-The demand I fair foi
choice at Col? t V g, ud New Or
eans at 75 (u 8oc.
I'LA TERING HAIR 35o V buibel
LIME. In lota 1 'J6 to 1 60 V hbl.
CEMENT, Al wholesale $i(ai 50 V
GUNNIES. Re-aowodJi bushels 18c
a bushels UUc
BURLAPS.-'J) bushel corn, oi
I5u; do 10 or 10c; 4 busbuls Oats 20v; i
busbuli 21c; 6 bushels i'.'c.
BEESWAX. V lb 30c.
SOAP. Scbaeffor'i German mottle.
7jc; Champaign soap, 7jc.
TALLOW, V lb 7c.
COFFEE Scarce and firm, Java sell.
ing at auraJoJo; Laguayra 24fa)j5ci Rio
prime to choico 24(a)'J6c.
BROOMS. Dull ; common home soli
,t ft 60 to '1 50, choice, nri extra choice
(!(a 76; leaiiibOti ii 606 0.
FUEIGUT Cotton, comores..t
New York, 86c; to BU
comproited, to New York
KATES To New Orle.ns
hurgi Potatoes, apples, etc,
...a l . .
per (iuuuu ireiDM too cwt'
per ton; Woiikuy $1 4u 1Hjr bbi '
pound freight I3j, p., owt. h $
(oo; wh.tk.y l0s p,r bkl; pork f
HOT WEATHER IS COM-1NG-KEEPC00L.
Roi'rigevators tit from $18 to
50 Ice chests at $11, 13,
SLo, $17, $20, etc. Ucor cool
ers at Cincinnati retail prices
water coolers, ice cream freez
ers, wire cloth for window
screens, hath and foot ttihs,
charcoal furnaces, charcoal by
the bushel, barrel, etc., at
Hekhwart, Ohtii &Co's.,
130 Commercial Ave.
Summer Attention to the
trade. Having a largo selec
tion of handsome white goods
very cheap, Datistc do valen-
ciennis, plain striped and fig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped and figured ; Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured; Marseilles iu great vari.
etica and patterns ; iNartsooks
patterns ; linen lawns, white
and figured : Percales in hand
some figures nnd do-igns; cm
broidereis in large assort
ments ; white trimmings in
large assortments ; linen suit
ings in all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsome patterns ;
have in store a very complete,
large and seasonable assort
ment of drvtroods very cheap.
J. S. 'lease call, no trou
ble to show goods. 0-28 tf
FO iTV-TIHItU report cf ih condition of th-.-irst
National Hank of Cairo, Illinois, al the close
muioeai Junt 1J. 173
I.isns and discounts
u S IViodi to secure circulates
IT fe. bonds and securities en
htnd . M
Other ttocks, tgtids and mort'
uc Intn redeeming aad re
Iu from other national LanVt ...
lue from tanVs and Lnten
I'umitarc sad futures.-
tsh itemi, mcludlr; revenue
'laieipald M. ..
14 1 72
Cath oi hasri in Currt ncy
" " crtn
...... 1si,0) (O
.. .. tinMi lJ
nterevt, profit and lou
Clrcsilatlf'n outstanding .
Stite of Illinois, Aleiander county, is
I, (?har ri i unnnlnghaoi, csshlcr of the I irtt Ns
tional Hank of Cairo, do solemnly tsar U,-uhc atKise
statement li true to the best cf y knowledge anu be
lief CIIAS. lUNNtNCIIAM, Cashier.
'Ucrllj'd and uta to before me thli Thir
tieth day of June, IsTI
II. II ANI)i:i:,.V tiry I'alhc.
.erf-ti .sues i ,
HOIIT. V. MILI.KK,)
J t riiu.i.ii"9 Directors
vv . II JIUKIilS,
pF.I'UKT of the cond.tion of S- City National
I lltanV nt ' airo, at I'airo in the state of Illinois at
dote of busmen June IS. STJ.
I. am ami diswunts W,a5 ;c
Overdrafts t70 CI
U S bonCi to tecuie circufa
lion . Ki,(0 CO
U b. bonds on hand IS.IW W
Other stoctt, toads and ort-
Cages m... 4,Vt II
lue lrom rruccuiing ana IC-
ue frora other national bants
ue fium state bants and
HaliVing houa ...................
21.313 91 13331 M
Other real estate bjmn 00
Cuir. nl eiwnses......... 4 31
T a xcs paid....... fi lao ii
hecks and oUier cash items.. 4,ju 37
liills of nations banks C, 131 00
Fractional currency, (Including
nietels) ..,.. ....J1. 4,M 2S
.'pecle, coin... . c.ltl VI
Uga tender notes 23,000 10
, , , LUKIL1T1E3.
C.piul stock paid In
Kichangc ft (fit M
Irieresu ........ w ISO 34
I'rofitand loss. ,., jj.ln w
National bank circulation out
Individual deposits 3-26-tn is
emsnd certificates of deposit... -'i.Y'J fO 333,204 al
Due to national bants..... ... 4.S9 S3
Dae to state banks and bankers. 9,41 i 00
StA! r,t ttllnnl. ,nnlMI..,.J.. ..
aei iti i
I, IV f HAI.I.IDAV president ol the City Na
tional Hank ol I'elro, do solemnly swear th t the
above statement is true to the best of my knowledge
W I'. HALL! DA V President,
"ubscribed and snoni lo before me this 3"th day cf
June, 17.1, '
.. 'I H. CA.NDEE, Noury Public,
R If CUNMNnilAM
f. ii ss ILUIAJISU.N
It, t I1A1.L11JAY
chim val i.sVALius-Llloandho 1th are
God s KtltN. niul It in a lu to Imperii thcin by
neglect. W e can. If we choo.e, promptly
n 'lleje the dUordera ot the stoma, h, bow.
;K llv er and nervea, which lead to ckonlo
ay pep,a, nynentery tilarrhaa, liver cum
p.'aint and paralysis, by having recourse to
Tarruiit''. KlTfnT.cintS'ltz r Aperient
It has been a proven tact for thirty yearn,
that this wholesome and agreeable alteratlvo
will iilwjya prevent the minor ailments nl
the bo ly imin culmlniitliig In tLuurermin
mala' cn, Ifaduilnisteied ut th' Jpn p-r tin t.
Meet tiiu llr' .ymptoms with this cetl'ruliiu
rrlll 'ilv Sell.iie'dei't lo i,iii,li n.r, I. u
crime. Sold by afidrmru'lsti.
f Corner of Twenty-'ecoud street)
I and Ohio Levee.
M. D. GUNTER.
t'HUICE STEAM-DUIKD CORN MEAL ,
Id lot to iult the trtdc. ,
Brordroill',- . 7l la '