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CA1K0 DAILY BUI-LISTIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1873
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PROM CAIRO TO
UI8 OK CHICAGO
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Crf lttelltt Wv-hlOitt
: ..ioa aad all iu !.
iMMTlll, Mai. .
H. Paul tad til point mirti
it also ibr i tl) clKcl t'l in
ITT. MS OF LOCAL NEWS.
Rock lahad. U fll.
MB and all points noriJUt-.t.
t Drawing Room Sleeping (In
on all night Arams.
i Cbteked 4t all Ireporttat pim..
i amd lafonnitioo. eelr to I. C. K 1
airoi oa toard tn transit slmtmar r
taaabos aad Cairo, and attn nrincln
Ittekat oScsai throughout lb sooth.
'.JOHH-silt. oB'l -ass. A', Chletfr'
ill, u i traps, unicajro.
J. JOHNSON Ag't. Cairo.
CUANQE OF TIME.
er trains on the Illinois central
:1dm t-div. Krora ami alter 2:10
la trains will run ai tollowt :
i a. m.
.'pt8aiay ....4:00 p. m.
vt. . 2:10 p. m.
.telly axcept Sunday ..12:00 nltit
auad itr Sundav. HaV 13. an excur-
LtMa will be run each Sunday on tlic
Bad Vlncennet taliroad, between
Md Mound City, at tollowt :
M'd City. Arrive at Cairo.
Calrt. Arrive at M'd City.
i far tke round trip, My cent.
I O. Wood, Gcn'l Ticket Ag't
I BAlLKOAD 11MB TAHLE.
fcO. ARK KH i A3 AND TEXAS R. R.
J alter Mondat . June 9. 1ST3, train
dally, except autniay, ueiwren
d'a landing and diketton, Scoti
liy, Mlwou I. a follows :
ve Oreeoteld'a 10:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Charleston 10.') " 6:10 "
MKealoa 7.10 p.m. 64 if
IRO AND VISCruxSKS RAILROAD
i bow leave Calta and Mound City a
Cairo. Leave Mound City.
tM a.m. 7:10a.m.
x as. 1:10 p.m.
D.aa. 0:40 "
CBAt O. Wood, Ob'1 Ticket Kg't.
AND VINORSNES RAILROAD
lmi alter Monday, February 8, 1B7H,
d ui u. ana v. railroad win run aa
Bum) a. n.
1:35 u. m.
7.-00 a. m.
, lAo '
. tuci p. m.
b:lb p. m. le
7:00 a. m. tc.
75 " ar.
.ecUng at Vinuvnne with tne Indl-
and Vlncenne.OIilo and MMmI)1I,
itranavllle aud Crawrordavilte railroad-,
Camel wltu tne LouUvllle and New
air line ; at carmi wilb tne i. loui
lUieaatern: l rnn Utty tne sprint;-
I aad IlllnoU Souttteantern ; at Eldorad'
tiu MaMrnreiuwn urancn oi tne a
l ml BoutAeaaiern : at uairo wiiu
ra for Mempbla. Red River. Vtckr-
fand New orleani. ,
CHAs. U. wuuii, ucn i ucaei
, L.KK. JK.i BUp t.
LOCAL.tlEATHK R REPORT.
. fl. S10. 8BX., UMUTU'i urncK, I
Caibo, July i, loTS, 10:11 p.m. j
kemomeur 81 dej-reei.
tad, aoutb, Telocity 6 milei per
laxisua temperature but 14 boura, 8S
i temperature, lut 24 hour, C9
TalUaf wind laet U boura, soutbeaM
I aumbar f mlle wind travellad, but
Edwin Oakland. Obaerrer,
aranty.fi ve epikaraoa the Cairo, A r-
aai ATaxaa railroad. Wage 2 60
IUOOFLY! DON'T DODDER ME I
jatoaa of suqdlnjer'alljr exterminaturr.
USXMWABT, OkTII k Co.
rular board era at the European bote).
Iry Walker proprietor, receive board t
rata of f a) pr rn intn. o-ju-n
vpa M . I. Ultra wiauB Ul luiviua
Ivaa and lb ladlei ol the city generall)
'tti na removed ber dreaa-makln;
t. No. 14 to No. 105, next daor to Ihi
fgai, up ati'ra. lVc-lm
laM wbltet flogU at.d double X ambei
lie bb4 double X Canary, beet quality c.l
NUa, blue latter, etc., etc. aO.OOO lol
L prialad at J 60 to B 60 per tboutand.
m uuixKTtx urricc.
V rOM SALE.
t aablact orguo, ' good aa new, and ol
Btauulaclura will be told low and
mw y ppiytuc to
; WaaAlBftM At, aid fourteenth ht.
raal eataU c BtlatlDf ot tbree
U ttf M FlfUeBtb atrett between
Mt BieaT; iWH an7
I.,. kaeWtkrM mil ob each tr.
Mt, eAa. Kof lawyer purtlcBlan a
Twterday wat the Oral of the month
and err,vbody wi ''out colloctlng.''
Vanilla, Sira-?brry, imon and ur-1
nose Croam at Sup Jfc Olafkioh. Ct
Tiulldnr. In Iblt city are exporlonclo
cotuidt-rable annoyanco tor want of land.
Tha lupply It, tomehow, very tliort.
Shfrbortof Orango and Lnmon will bo
had on tba 4lh New candiet and crfam
Bon Bunt at Saup ft Clarkson. Ct
The portrait of Tnnor painted by
Hoberti.ot tha firm of Ward & Uobortt,
!i fire. It Tanner to tbo dotting of an
I and the cr.mltii: of a t.
Rv. Rntt McOarcy of Indianapolis,
the engrailing clerk of the Indiana tm
at-, will lecture In this city to-morrow
night, on the "Giant Evil ol tho Ago."
Summert, of tbeUolumbui "Dupatch,"
cufiin to V.lro yeitorday to get wakened
Everybody ir. Culutnbui It or ought to bit
aileet). It li tbu drowtloit town In tbo
Ttcn will bo coneral moetlng of the
Unrinan School loclety at Hroia' otllce
to-nicht at 8 o'clock. All motnbera nro
ri queued to attend. F. Koksmhter
Kennedv with hit fcnng of helpers, l
recnntlrueting tbo ttdeWalka on Walnut
treet with all poitlble tpeod, Ht) finished
tbe walk between Eleventh nnd Tliir
taendi ttreutt yottorday.
- Roman Candlet and Sky Ilocketi
Oatneron Torpedoot for tho 4lb of July
Fire crackeri, 3 buncliet for 25 ctt or 10
ots pur bunch. All other tiro crackeri
equally ni low at Saup it Clarkfiont. Ct
Tho tnnny frlendt of .Mr. John It.
rhlllit will be glad to learn that fall tick
noli bnt tken a chanzo for tbe bettor,
Suould no unfureen accident occur, a few
I. yi of narelul nursing will bring him
around all right again.
Fur tale a largo amount of choice
fruit Jn the orchard, coliiitling of peachet,
peari jpple aud qulncot, on Cairo and
Vlnc-f iiti. II. R., eleven niUoa itom
Cairo. Enquire of J. S. HAWKINS,
C.7'iw Crott tlreot.
J. H. Cunnlngbam't hacka will leavo
tnucoruer ot Sixth ttreel and the leVto
every hour nn the Fourth of July, and tn
that night alto, running to St. Mary't
park. Fenoni going to tho picnic will do
well to rldo with .Mr. Cuoningbaii, at
twenty-five cent! arido. 72-3t.
Thote who havu inado donation! of
eatable to the table of thu Eckert excur
sion are requested to lake tbem to thu boat
m Thursday uvcnlm: bjtwuou four and
eight o'clock where ncommittoo will be
in waiting to receive Hiom. Thu boat
will be iing at tbe Qrcen line wbarf-
On Saturday lau a pair of bone?, tbu
property of ex-l'olicemnn Jui.it Sbceban
were found mired near tbo "point." One
of tbe animals was rescued but tbo other
one died buloru bu could b released.
Four colored ineii tlii'covercd the horses
and to them it due tho credit ot saving at
leant one of thu animali.
Col. Fallt tried to pay Dr. Dunning for
moving bit bouse front Mis.ourl to thu
ttalo. 11a mistook the doctor for Mr.
Sutunierwell, tbe contractor, aud after
wards laid the ratembleoco between the
two gentlemen Wat utosl striking, liotb
the doctor and bousotmvr aru hunting
Col. Falls, aud each Is carrying a shot
Mr. Owens, a farmer living near
Moicotr, Tennessee, culled upon tit yester
day, lie represent! tbu country as quitti
if not protpuruui. 1'he toil in that sec
tion u ricti, tiU (iruducet large crops, but
uore people are necoiittry to develop It.
I'ue farmers' movement tidal wavo hut
reached that part of tne country und is u
Tbo Free Benevolent Sons of Amer
ica propose to go on an excursion to Bread
ing t Springi on tbo 0. and V., railroad on
tint Fourth of July. Tbu undertigned
uoutmiitou of arrangemontt invite all per,
ont lriendly to thn order to join them in
tbe excunlon. Faro $1 ; children 60
centi. Wabukn Wikks,
Mr. Henry Elliott, of tbo Urm of Elli
ott & Uaytboru, bat concluded not
leave Cairo this ruiuiuer, even for a day
loo much builnon Tbe largest slock of
ooota and tboei ever brought to tbit city
nnd at complete a variety and at cboicu
collection at can be found In any market,
it to be diipoied of at prices that placo
them within the reach of all, and ho
determined to stay heru and ice it done
therefore, Instead of tending bit ftlendn
'greeting and good bye. be Invites them
ill to come and beujtno tbe hupify poises
ort of a neat-fitting pair of thoet and then
lepart with bit bleitlng. i-l-St
Silverberg Is perfecting arrangements
t'i manufacture hit "samplo envulopci,'
Icnigned to supercede tbe uiu of paper
nuivs for enclosing tatnplui of llour.grain
itc, lor traniportatlon by mail. The en
v lope will undoubtedly prove a tucce-s
it ii made of tbe tbe strongeit tna.nl! I
iiper, is iccurely fastened by roucilagf
md e'yletl and enn be manufactured
vry much lower prices per hundred
nuuaud than tbe bniix now In use, W
itrongly recommend ourbuilness men and
immlnlon merchants in Sliverberg's new
.ainplr envelopes," and are con (Idem
bat their patronage of home uianufudup
d hnmH onterprlso will work to their
Aim .1 all our people wll'f :o to ibe
ilibernian picnio on the Fourth, becuutt
nat company has tbe reputation ofglvlnt
tbo best of picnics. The managers prom
i that the coining picnic will evei
atrpast all their previous ones. Tin-;
h t niadu ell neicift'y anangem nts ti
in im comfort and pleasuro to the inuli
tide who will Bttend. Innocent amine,
meott of all kindi will be furnished ii
tult tbe taitet of all. No extra charg
will be made for aJmltilon to the dance oi
tbe tpaclo n Door. In addition to U
enberg't string band, the Delta Cornet
bnd will furnlib tnunc during tbe da.i
In tbe evening tbo company will givo a
ball atflcheel't ball. TbeKardrn alio vil
oa thoroibly llbtol with ui and fur
IiW with eatt. BelreibtntDU of all
Uct wiu be en kand.
When The Dcf.LtTiS' offlcr wont
into tba rlvar to bathe tha other evening
a'ter 8 o'olock, when It wat too dark to
tee anything oxcopt by gat light, tbe
pollcoiwoopcd dowu upon the "boys'' who
are now working to procura etch lilt
J9 CO tho amount of lino and coiti; but
now each tUy tho rlvor Is full of boyt Iroin
tbo b ib l'autorv to tbu ttonu depot, nnd
II It lovely and thn goo" bangs blgl
If La Huo would throw hit rlcht eyo over
thn levoo itt any tlmo from three p m. to
eUlil It would S"o an nrtny of nakod buy
ranging In ago from 0 to 10.
Nuxt week, It, H. Cunningham will
offor bis large ttock of dry goods, carpels,
clothing, bouts and shoes, and all suits of
notions for sale at :ost. lierji Is nn op
portunity for our citiK.ns to fftvest tlioir
tnnney to advantage. Cunningham is well
known to have lilt ttoro ttocked with
goods of a suporlor quality, all of which
will bu marked down to absolute coil.
Iliitisokeopuri who wish to buy linen,
towelling, sheeting, counterpanes, etc.
tbould patroniz-t Cunningham by nil
ni'dtit. Oil cloths nnd carpets wilt be told
as cheap as they can bo bought in Now
York city. Wo are confident tbero will bo
a big rush nt Cunningham's noxt week,
and advise everybody, thn Indies c'C
cially , to go early and , secure tho bef l bar
gains. The Crit match pamo of baso ball
played In Cairo this reason occurred yes
terday aftornonn between thn Egyptian
and .Modoo club. Tbo Egyptians were
the winner by eight runs, in ft Innings.
The following Is tbo score!
Ilowlci, p :
Kelly, s 3
Foley, I f
11 iwl.iv, r f 4
A Frost. 2nd b 3
h railltu of
and polico maghltates within
fifty mllei of Cairo.
Jim Orango for abusive langutgo was
fined 5 at.d tho trimming'. .Tim bad no
money, but as be li an old resident and
has always paid bis flnei-lie Is lined on
an averugo once a month bo whs given
tlinu to settle.
"THE LAST " ONE THE O-NESl
llEai' WIFE I EVER HAD."
Dezouia, c f.
Fr iit, c
SUth, 3d b
Brodcrich, let b
Stewart, "d b.
Mahoney, 1 f.
Dvore, c f....
Croftnii, r f....
Fol-y, 2d b
Connors, 1st b
Carney, s s...
C. A. Saui Umpire.
Jonx JIcEwm, Jr., gcororai
We too from tbo "Sun"' of ycntorday
that the llov. Mr. Thomson has gono up
tho Ohio river to chooso.and have cleniied
off toino nico shady placo where thee
whote go on tbo Eckert excursion can
have an oportunlty to net off stroll In the
woods, play croquet, talk love, twlng and
enjoy themselves generally. So you that
love tho gittue, gel your sols ready, take
tho wifo of your bosom, If you have ono, if
not tako m i no nice young lady, and Cairo
W full of them, and your children If you
have anv. if vou have not tako tome ono
..I.... f n-n -lint, 1,1 ', tn ii ttr-nt. '
eBQ I, lUi HU UI,U liwu.i. JjV. v ..
without some children In care, und go on
board tbo teamor determined to enjoy
yoursolf. .For v.i nre convinced tliHt tho
matiHgnrsol this excursion iirodotormlned
to make tho occaniou to pleasant that one
would bavo to havo a moro purvorted
taste than tbu editor of the Mound City
'Journal' to not feel it to bo an enjoyable
and happy affair. All aro invltod to take
their easy chairs, nntwllhiltnding plenty
snatt will bo furnished for all. "Wis aro
curtain that the 'Sun' man tuggostcd tlilt
easy chair matter, for he loves a good seal
next to his pipe, and he loves hi plpt as
There llvos in thli county not many
mile Irom Cniro n man who can boast ol
hiving planted five wives, and of having
taken to tils heart tho sixth ono Ho U
not over fifty years of age, and considers
Himself good lor at least tnreo moru after
he lus set out thu sixth, and as he says,
"the d nest bust wlfo bo over had."
A few days ago wo wero ItntoJuccd to
this lolly old muchly and i ft-married
man, und ho gHVo us a detailed account of
Hie guod and bad qualities of each ouu of
tie tlx women hu hud during Ills life
taken " for bettor or for worse,"
His first wito was" a good gal" nntl "t1
nrittv at a tiictur;" but thu "bad bad
health and did not stop long with him.'
The second ono wus not so pretty as tho
first wifo. They lived together Tor two
years when sbu took the "monies nnd
thuv struck in ami took bar off."
Tho third wifa wus "mil much account
anyhow ; ' s ho was dovillsb and " wanted
to light all tho tlmo." Sha lived four
years and followed her predecossora over
tbu river Jordan.
Wife No. 1 was "all tl "M," but slio was
always lick. Sao lived nine yars, vhin !
sliu loo went tbu way of all tbo reit,
Then camo wifo No. fl. Sho was a
(I .-l. r..t an, nf .i ttirntun " t.it, it,.. ..1,1
man und her "could not get along well.'
Shu wanted everything btrown way, and
bo wns not always willing that sbo should
bo humored. They lived logothor for sev
eral years nnd then parted, but they wero
not divorced. After being separated
six months they "niado up'' und
lived together asln. In tour
moulbt frum that time, she dld nnd was
"buried with tho reit.'
The old man toino six months op.o bo
came acquainted and "foil Ir. love" with
a l'ulatki county womtn, and in six
months from tho time they Urn met, thoy
were madu flesh of ono flesh and bono of
one bonu. They aro now living together,
and to all nppearances doing about us
well as'marrlud people generally do. The
ol3 man says sho Is a good woman, In
fact, she ir. according to bis iny so, " tbe
d nest best wife ho ovor bad." They are
b ith bale and hourly and bid f.tir to last n
Railroad company having fallod to com-
p y with tho ordinance giving said com
pany tho right of war down Commercial
avenue, that the ordlnanco committee bo
authorized to draft an ordinance repeal
ing tho same.
Aldorman'Mi rris moved to lay tbo reso
lution on the table. Ayes, Ilixby, Mor
ris, Phillips and Hlttenhouio 4. Nays
Uorsmoyer, McEwon McOniiloy nnd Moy-
Mayor Wood having tho culling voto
voted In tho negttlvo.
Tdo resolution w. tadoplod,
Obni. Lancnstor, Mnnh Warren, and
Henry Sargont, wero appointed as special
police for M. Mary s park on Friday next
A l.l... lli-t... .. ..
iviuurmuii uixoy ciiereu mo lollowlng
rotolullon, which was adopted; Alder-m-n
Mt,rrls and Mo K won voting against
WimncAa, As It Is proposed to build a
nurrow-cauce railroad from Cairo. 1111-
n "Is, to Furls, IContticky. thnnco to .limit
vlll, AlnbatiiH, and thenco to Ship island,
uii iii" cuii oi .iieiico, nmi ,
,,.. ,n. .
nr.iiKA-, inero win oo noidcn a con
vention lor tho purpnso of ciscusslnrr th
subject and to enrtuirointn thanxnnillvnn
of routes, dtc, at Htintsvllle, Alabama, on
July 7, 187.1, thoreforo be it
Resolved, That tho best Intoreits of
Cairo will bo subsorved bv Ulni? renre
onled In said convention, arid that tin
mayor be authorized to appoint a commit'
toe of three tn attend said convention ut
an expense not to oxcoed $lo0.
Tho miyor appointed 1). T. Llticgar,
Judgo Urois and John II. Oberly said
."number of saloon-keeper presented
their bonds for license?, which tvoro ssiver
ally approved nd license ordered to Issue.
j A FINE FHl- IT 1
INTEUESTFNG 31KETLVG LAST
70,131 G; REf IRED TO RUN THE
Cil'Y DUK.NCt Tllft
GOING FOR Till: CAIRO AND
V i N C E N NES R A 1 1. ItO A I).
APPOINTMENT OP DELEGATES
TO Til E H ITNTSV I LLE RAIL
T. LIN EG A It, JUDGE IJHOSS
AND JOHN H. OIJKItLY
Hltuatod on tho Cairo and Vincenncs
railroad, one-half tnllu from tho dopot nt
Caledonia station, containing ono biuidrwl
and llfty-llvo ncres of the best fruit land
in Southern Illinois, ono hundred acres
under cultivation, tho bulaneo In good
timber nnd well witterod by never falling
springs. There Is a frontao on the Ohio
rivor of ono-balf mllo with good landing
for wood yard and general shipping busl-
ness. Prospects for iron and coal irood
Parties wanting agAd homo will do well
to look at tbo pltce bofru purchasing
oliewhoro. Terms easy. Enquiro of
0-27 l!w 1). II rut) & So.v. Cairo, 111.
SECURE THE SHADOW.
Have you Htcl Schlo'lngcr's new pho.
t tgrapli gallery on Klghth street between
Commercial and Washington nvontlcii?
not, you should do rn, and give the proprlc
tor an opportunity to try lnenkllllu tiklng
or jou a perlect ilkone's and a plendld
pictuio. .Mr. Schlo.lnger'i gallery It fitted
up In the best style, with tho intention ot
doing nothing but perfect work. The
ladles' drawing room l beautifully fur
nished, and the operating room ha a sky
light unsurpassed by any In tho West. .Air.
dchlcslngcr hopes hi many friend, who
have heretolnre irlven to lilm their patron
nj;r, Will continue their Inwir T tbem
and tho public generally no exte.la an Ii.
lintlott to Ml lita rooin. whether declring
work ilonu at pro.ciil or not, .itltlctl that
tho nppear.inco ol UU allery. tho mini)
contenlencca he Ins procured IihicimI, all
t holalet liiiproseiiH'nts in hU art and the
kill or uu operator of t-reat merit, lately ot
London, Mr. Frank Locke fjteeli.. will com
miiiid their patronagu when they -hall need
Work to be done. C-lOlm.
K YJs AiTON TO Tnn FRONT.
Mr, Jmo. y nalon, whose rcpntttlon as
butcher Is Xr e.tccllorit with the pooplo
ol thM city, lima ntiened a new meat
shop near the cVncrof Commercial avcn?te
and I Wcntlctli rfi. nt .lnor to Mr. Pat
Mirz. a grocery fclrC, n Isawcllinown and
Yrou can buv six
and ono-lmlf lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Sovon lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar: Host
acknowledged f.tlmt Mr. Kyn.vton, Our-, thrCO ail(l 0110-lialf libs. PrimO
Ing hl long rxpA'cneo In tho meat bil l-! ttL, PnlVnrs (inn Dnllnr. Ttnof
ne In this city, ntlroflerod to his cistotn-' "l . U" U4a' 1J3i'
en anything inn tiiCdcc.t of every iimi 1 unporinl lea, Ono Dollar and
of meal. He lng,, Judge of entile, and a half per DOUnd ', Best GllH-
tlllftk llafllitlfW I. It All a I -a.. .
" jouttgcsianii nticsi, . nowtlQr TGn flltft Tlnllnr nttil
and nsnconvcntlcncXlm. thpt.o.tnr hei f. l",VVUUI All ,JU0 LJOliar ailtl
Vhcsamo may bo alilYf every kind of meat
sold by hint, (live hlnU trial, and our word
(or It, jolt n III always V tleail. 0-ls-tt
I will offer for salol on WrxlnosJav.
July 2, iR7;i,at .1 o'c'ok p.m., on the
premises, thu following vlublo property
situated on tho corner ff Seventh and
Walnut streott: Tbrc lots and two
houi;, n garden supplied Wth n variety
of lino fruit, grapes, peaches, ra'pberrlr.s,
etc., Wo- Thn lioux.i nro inctod repair,
Seventy-five Cents por pound :
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately choap
at Hiram Hixijy.
Sl'.M.mkr Attention to tho
trade. Having a large selec
tion of hnndriomc white goods
very cheap, Untitle do vnlon-
i j .
twnvood cistern-, out-housti.ic. Lots ! C1C11I11S, )III1U Sinpctl ailfl llg-
20, 27 and 28 In blo-k .11.
and without reserve.
fl-2'.'-H Das IIaiitjias, Am.tlontcr.
" i HE IIARHKR,
Oih. Holm, sixth street, near Olio levee,
baa ju-L hid out a considerable -uin ol
motley In rcpultitliig, papering, audihetery
way repairing bis barber shop, and hi- It
now one of thu iileet. If not the nicest ton
sorl.il establishment In Cairo. Hello, em
ploys none but llrt-ehfi workmen Ia hlr
shop, nnd wn M-ntitro to ty the two younir
men who now hold Mutations there, enmiot
ho excelled In their callint; by any otliet
barber or barbel' In the eity. 'I'rj them.
A fiO'H) INVESTMENT.
A rare chnneu Is offurml lo some man
with Money to invest in koo-J piiyitig
property in the most dftirnblu part of the
city. Two lets, Ml feat funt on tbe ave-
At a meeting of thu city council last
night tha following aldermen wero pres
ent: lllxby, K.irttnnycr, McF.wcn. Mc-
well at n MthodUl proacher doei yellow., Gauley, Meyers, Morrii, Phillips and lilt-
leiried chiekuui. After the bout has landed i tonhouie.
at tbo grounds that may bechosnn,tie will
go to Puducab and lie thoro three or four
hours. It there should be any dnngur of
cholera at Poducah, of which thoru it but
little Hpprehcnsion, the boat will go up
tbe river a piece instoad of lying at the
wharf. Returning to tho grounds about
foor o'clock. At four precisely sbo will
start back for Cairo wbioh place tho will
ruacb by el c lit or eight and a half o'clock
iu tbu evening.
Before F. Bross, F. M.
There woro only four ordinance) viola
tort before His Honor Judge IlrobS yes
terdaytwo on charges of disorderly
conduct, one on a charge of vagrancy,
nnd ono for abusive languagu,
Flrston thu llstcomos Bud Snudleynnd
Alfred Pastor, who, for tho sake of amuse
ment, went to one of tbo high-toned
bawdy-buutct in the lower
' . . . I To printlnc, otu
wouiu uoi snow mem auumiunco into p0 ))f e,ectioni
tier room, iue uruu lUTurai uaus lurougu
Reports of P. Bross and J. J. Bird, po
lice tuistrttto. and of thu nieinlmrs of
the polico force were received und placid
on 11 lo.
Tbo ordinance committco reported an
ordinance with retorence to the amount
of revonuo to bo raised by taxation forth"
year 1873. The committee rup .rt tho fol
lowing sums necessary to pay Interest on
bonds outstanding, to defur current es
ponsos, etc, for tbo yoar 187S, ns fol
To pay bonds ovor-duo, and in
terest on samo $11,02 S8
io pay interest on bonds l.stled
for drainage ,
To Fox, Howard & Co., interest
To Cairo and Viucenues rail
road bonds ,
To Cairo and St. Louis railroad
To salaries city olticert
To improvements and ropnlr.s
ou sidewalks ,
To cat for street lamps.
lo board ot health exponses.
EXCURSION TO DENVER.
1. C. It. R. Co., Aok.nt'h Of-KICK, 1
Caiuu, Juno 2.1, Is73.
Tbo Illinois Central railroad company
now offer round trip tickets, Cairo to Den
ver, Colorado, nd return, ct a reduction
of thirty-six dollars nnd fifty cents from
regular rates. Tickets good for ninetv
duyi trom dule, unu will remain ou sale at
Cairo until .September 10, 1873, Theso
tickets aro lold on the tame conditions as
tbe cxcur-lon tickets from St. Louis, being
b til 1 greater reduction and taken in con
nection wiih Si. Louis rates i.ihU the Turn
between Cairo and St Louis 7 GO incltid
iiig omnibus and haggngo transfer from
hast ht. Louis to depots and from depot
to East St. Louis and return. Ciimn ami
see tho tickoU at tho Illinois Cetitrnl ticket
office and eet information. Eigh(v-two
dollars nnd fifty cents from Cairo to' Don.
vcr and roturn. Jame Joiinmon,
EXCURSION TODKN VER.
.M. and St. L. Fackkt Compa.vt, )
Aciknt'n Orcit-B, Cairo, July 1, Ib73.
Tbo Memphis apd St. Louis Packet
company, now offer for snlo round trip
tickets from Cairo to Denver and re turn
S70, good for ninety days from dato of
laio. Also regular tickets on sale for
10,ouU 00 j Kansas City, Omaha, Topcka, Lawrence,
0 010 n':3'n ',ri4ncifC0 ni1 lt principal points
end of the I Td expanses of tiro department.
tho "clrls" ""-ponies council chamber.
the dour ul ber. Hit honor, tho couit,
thought the boyt bud bad at IcKitfive dol
lars worth of fun, apd accordingly ttxed
them in that sum, plus four dollars ut.U
lily cants as coil of proceedings. Put
tor was not out of thu tneshet yet, for m,
sooner hud he paid the first line than Mc
Hale arrested lum ou a churgo of
fighting Ho was found guilty and a fine
of i 10 and the "u.uut trimmings,' booked
to his accouut. All the lines wuru paid,
and Mums. Snudley and Poilur wen,
their way poorer, and, II l lo bu hoped,
Then came Sleopar, Rov. Logan, svIk.
ai arrested by Otlicur Hunry Martin oi,
a warrant sworn out by Porter Aut.ui.,
ouu of the duaujiis ut Rv. Snore, cliurti ,
charging thu said Sleeper with vagrancy
with loilerlug about tbu city, viltb having
no visible muaus of .uppiri, tic. a
number of wlinmsei were culled on ellbei
side of tbe emu. The proprieiui of the
St. Cliarlei hotel, who kuowt Sluujier fur
Sleeper once gave lUo nloruld bulul pio
prlelor intlruclluni to cancel all cliurgv.
giinit hi in for board, aud sel the same
- n io the account of tho Lord.
wero other wiltiotiei,
prove that Slecepur was a v.igrani
Sleeper was uiicharged. lie will proba
bly conveoe mioiher council of ministers
like himself nd decapitate all lU
hotel proprletois, boarding-house ketftn,
to coriiingeui ana other ex
penses not otherwise pro
vldod tor 1,000
Tntnl ?:;t,!Jl C2
The ordinandi .was passed to a, first
raiding and laid over.
A number of petitions woro received
Tho committee on polico and jail re
ported that tho city Jailer, under tholr
citmstaiici s, was doing everything In his
power, to keep tbu juil in good repair und
ciean; that be had boon furnMicd with
'line tnd bruibes and hadivon tho retu
rn's a thorough cleaning. Tho committco
recommend that a new ptfnpbu piircbaicd
f. r the u bu of the ci.tern in Uiu Juil yard
The report wat concurred In, and commit,
tee authorized to purchase said pump.
A largo number ul bills were reported
aid referred to the committee on claims.
Tho salaries of oily uttlours were allowed
wit out referuoce, such action under'tbe
now charter not being necessary. The
clerk was Instructed to issue orders on tho
city treasurer for tbo amount of tuch offi
A resolution rlvlnr tho rininrletnri of
Then. , iha N
bu not enough , tn , funcn
aroonii Ihn utimn tn frnnl nf
their stor at tbo :ornor of Ninoteonth
'treet and Commercial avenue, was re
t rred to the commltt on streets.
Alderman Meyers offered rwolutlon
mcUIbi that the Cairo and Vlncanaei
S.C39 b' I MlUJli an" oy rlvor nnd ruil to all points
t!,000 00 outh. For further information cull at
mo coinpany t oiiico, 'o. 71 Ohio lovce,
under City National bunk, Cairo, Illinois.
James Mam.oiiy, Tlckot Ag't.
Soi. A. Silver, Pa-senger Ag't.
ST IU Y E DOR STOLEN.
A sway-back, forrol tiuiro. about 15
bands high, with a heavy fore-top, about 0
years old, shod all around, had a swalllng
ou tbe Insldoot a hind leg causod by a
kick, formerly owned by Dr. Ann. of
Hazlowood, and later by Dr. ltenfrow of
Gooio Islutid. Sbo strayed or was stolen
on the night of tho 20th inst. from tho
livery stnblu of tho subscriber in Cairo.
A liberal rowurd will bo given for her re
turn, or Ititormation that may lead to hor
recovery. A. .1. Caulk,
CaJho. Illinois, June 30, 1673. 7-1 -3t
't Notice Is hereby given that my wife,
Mary, buving left my bod and board with
"Mtioy consent, and without good cau-o,
ijll pay no bills ocniracted by hor.
1 Our three children,. Mary. William and
Matilda, I destro to put in tho euro of any
good family or families, who will take
careof them, J. sui-ii Funkhkihkk.
Caiiu, Illinois, June 30, 187J. 7-1-Ut
ICE CREAM SAI.UUN.
As warm weathor Is approaching tbo
Inters ot leo cream will bo glad to leurn that
Mewr.. Saup. tciarksou havu fitted up and
I'cluriiLhcd, iu elegant stj le, their Ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain has
also been put in running order, aud uothlng
uwantlruiuboutthe eitubllsbracnt to make
tbe pleasure And comtort of their patrons
u red styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped and figured ; Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured ; Marseilles in great vari.
eties and pattorns ; ' Kansooka
patterns : linen lawns, white
and figured . Percales in hand
some figures and designs; oin
broidoreis in largo assort
ments ; white trimmiug3 in
large a-sortmetits ; linen suit
ing's jn all shades ; linen dam
n?k. handsnmc ' patterns ;
' have in storo a very complete,
large and seasonable assort-
nue. hoiiu .1 itorle.t. Two lHr" tores
can b.i ll'.ted up on tbo first floor, the up- Hieilt Of tllT gOdds VP1W ollCap.
por storie.t are woll nrrangi-d for ollleot or , C. H ANNY.
dwellings. For further particulars cn-j P. S. VlcaPO call, lid trOU-
I J. isjiiri; i:iill, mi liuti
nJzZXnu 1 We to show goods. 0-2S t f
' CO.MMEItCI VI. IIUI j;i. I
'I'M. popular hotel his been refitted and '
inproM'd, ami i now one of the mutt com 1
lortabla topplntf plares In the city. The ,
travelling iul)lle nnd porotis de'lrlng
plca-iint rpirter by the week or month, will !
always ti net them at the Commercial hotel.
Kate-ot board Into been rcdueted a- fol
lows: Dav board, $1 .'0 per week; trati't,
41 oOperday; board and loiliriinr. from t.'i
to 7 per week. Mm M. .1. WruiK,
Industrial Exposition !
THE LEADING IN DUST RIAL
IPJXll OF AMBEICA
Saloon-hc-pors aro hereby notified to
not (live mv husband. Timothv Hushun.
any intoxicating linunri-alcoholio or I ,l 'W ,)' t,0,'fr.1i , ,(1iH"'u received from
Allt'llht J !'.n V vlitl.llr.ra klm.ll.l n a
The fr.urib cNblbltlon wl.'I ontn Wednes.
lay, September. I, and continue until Satur-
inult. I will prosocuto any and all saloon
keepers who disregard this notice. v.
Cairo, 111., June 20, mx '0-27 lw
.Mr, AnnaJtngon Eighth treet, between
Commercial and Wa.hlngurn .ivenucn, ha
iut opened out a stock of new and fa-hion-able
mlllliii ry ood'. She has one hiiitdrcil
and ritty illrrcrtnt -tyloof hate and bonnet",
bclic a lirsn aswrttr.cnt oriiiibon", How
cr aim not'iiti" ol all ort, till ol whi'h wil
he old at tho lowo't price. '
WANTED To G O TO I)EN" E R, COL
ORADO, A girl to cook, wash, iron ntid do gen
eral house work, in r. small family, pood
waucs will bu paid, none but the Imsl need
apply to Mb, i). II cud,
7-l-7f Seventh Street.
Immediate opii'leallo'n lor kpice.
- . . . .......
PO.tr Tlllllll rriwit ef In conditiso of tac
I uni National ll.nk of fairs, HUasas, at U.c clo
oi butlncs June la, t -T t.
I. un' and diiraunM $'(9)i (2
Omilnrit J.-Jl m
U. S. Ilond. to utr Urculatitn loo,i.j OJ
u. wmw, ai,u KcurttHts mi
(Jili.r .lock-, tnj. Mod Mutt-
DINING-ROOM GIRL WANTED.
A good dining-room girl wanted Im
uiodhitoly. Good wages paid. Apply nt
thoollicisof Tun Bt'Lf.r.Ttf.
Ono d'Uiblo wagon lor sale cheap, ap
ply to Huso Loom Is A: Co., No. 01 Ohio
Levee. . Ct-
Illinois Ck.ntrh. Rmlk-iadCo,,
Aok.n r- Or kick, Cairo, June, 2J 167"..
Wo will commence the .-ilo of excur
tloti tickets for the Fourth of July, on
Wednedy, July 3, and will discontinue
them on thu evening of tbe Fourth..
Tickets god to roturn until thu 5th, in
clusive. J AM KB Jolt MHOS, Agorit.
A new hotel has beennpened Inthc; larire
hotifu loeatcil on thu corner ol fccventh
street and Washington avenue. It will bo
known ns Brown's hotel, and proprletored
by Mr Brown, whoso reputation as a hotel
keeper is well-known in this city. The
hull!) has been thoroughly renovated and
rerurnUhcd, and Is in etery way tlmt-clai-s.
The tables arc at all time furni-hed with
the best the son-on afford, and tho charges
llbetal, being only 1 .') per day. Mr.
Hrow n solicits and dcerves a haro ol the
public patronage. feint
TliU Is to tnliirni tho people of Cairo that
Itcv. O. i uerehner, pastor of the tlcrman
Liitliern chut'iili ol 'lil city, has opened a
ehui)l wherein both tho (ierman and Eng.
IMi languages will bo taught. If there are
thohu among our American bom citizens
whowih to havo their children leurn in
lead, write and spcuk the (ierman language,
the) now havo uu opportunity to gratlij
thulwMi. Rev. Duei'schiicr U n thorough
Germaii mid Englis cliolar, and will i-paro
no effort to inako the chool of which ho is
principal a niece.
Ry order nt iho JlotitK or Diiumoits.
ll-tj I in
Ilaek, lorthe Cairo, AiUatis.iH and Tc.xa
rallroml. starting trout While ,V Greer's
store, corner ol Sixth ltcet and Ohio lutee,
run ax follows;
Leave at s .m.
" 4 p.m.
Arrlioluclty at 10 a.m.
" 6 p.m..
CStf John .Mkvki.s, Agent.
HOT TOATHMll LS COM
ING KEEP COOL'.
Rofrigorators at from $18 to
50. Ice chests at $11,
Slo, SI 7, 80, ete. Dcor cool
ors at Cincinnati retail prices
water coolers, iuo cream freez
ers, wiro cloth for window
screens, bath and foot tubs,
charcoal furnaces, charcoal by
tho bushel, barrel, etc., at
Bebbwart, OltTH &Co's
136 Commercial Ave.
Due from aikrr ml nal buaki...
Itiitfrom hankt tui b.nUn .
Kurnimre and Cxlma
Oath il-oit, mctu'lst rtvan w
t -O. on hnct in trrrty......
" ' cm
rp t.it it . '...
Rxchai,K. iMcrett, rrsfit and lot,,..
Clri ulaiian ovtitandirv; -
... 13.1 I
... 'l,i) no
... US, TOO Oi
Stttc of I'l.iKili, AIi.inlcr county, t
I, Chati' O'rnniBtriani, catrAr tf the First Jf
tlonal Hant of Cairo, ilu ulmnly .vicar tl at the abate
tuitemcut it true to Uio Lett of y tnowledc aud be-
'.'HAS. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier.
hubrr:iKiS and ivtom to before roe ibis Thlr
lieiliilay cfjuoe. Is;.!
II. II. CANOEK, Nottrr Public. -
ItOItT. W. MIM.F.R,")
J M l'llll.l.liy, 'L
W. H. MUKUIS, f
pEPORT of the eonitnion of the Cltr National
J V "anu ol Cairo, at Cairo, la llit ute of Illinois at
clotc of tutioeis June IS, 1S7.I.
tyiflnt and dlicouutt Hl 239 78
Overdrafts. ' 'e70 M
U bonds to secure tlrcuU1 . '
Other stock.; bond. -and iiQrt-Ptt '.',
Due froui redeeming and
tcrve ngentt......... .tl 03,973' IT d.-
u,- from otl.er national banls;j;17 73'
lius noia. state tanks and'
fJlherrcil estate ,...,
'I am fih .
riKclt and otl.er catli it(-n.
Hill, of a.llonil b.inli
I'racilonl currency, InMu'lin;;
.pe. le, cum
21,213 t)S 133.MI f
I Mi) XI
S l'.-l tl
U, 131 00
, , , i.iAi!ii.nii:s.
r.tpitat st-V paid In
Smpltt. fund .,
r.lihng tl R f-,, f,f
lr.trrctt...... -.ii r, M
I'rufit ami l 20,114 U )
.s.ilonl 1anl cliculatlon out-
IndltiJtuI dtKtiu 5211,210 4S
siuand certificates of detioslt... '.'O.iCJa W
I). it to ii illon.il lmi,
U. c to tt.le Li.nU and bankets.
41,13 'i en
State of Illinnl,, co-intycf Alexander, is.
I. W p HAI.LIOAV president of tne City Na
tional Hank ol i iro, do n,lcraiily swear th.t tha
alve .taicmcui it true to the W of my knowledge
V V. II.U.UIUY President.
iilcriL,l and snornlo before me this 8uthdayof
II II. CANDKE, Notary Public.
II II CUNNINGHAM,"
11 I. 1IAI.I.IUAV,
CniMtNAi. INVALiDb. Life and heRli are
God' gill, and It la a sin to Imperil tbem by
neglect. We eun. If we choose, promptly
rtlluo tho disorders ol tho stotmtcb. bow
els, lis cr and nervct, which lead to i bronlo
ily.pepsl.i, tlysentory dlarrlnea, liver com
pfalnt und paralyls, by having recourse to
Turrant'si KfforyccontSiltr Apoi leut
It has been a proven lact for thirty yonris,
that this wholeHomo and agreeable ultcratlve
will ultvays prevent the inlnor al meuta o
tho body from ctilmlnatliw lu dungorouj
malad o If administered at tue:tmip..r uo,
Moel tbu lira' aymptonw with i tliia vstlmabhi
remedy. 8oll-iifilect In." csoi Ii
crime Bold by -ft-"