Wrn t ftabverltirnt ml rwlr
MCiktir patsr' trtsjjtniitrlr to rfporl
tja iMtmk i nCw. tlthrr prrnan
mlljr r y rll t'urd.
PjMlaaMoa mmr, UnUfUm BalM!M
( Iter on furr
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IWlllMtke Hbortnt II ante
NO CHANGE OF CA 118
rr.o: CAtno to
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
' ONLY ONF. CHANOK OF CANS
OM OAIRO TO
alolnntll, i-tlatiapoll, Toledo,
itroit, Cleloil, Niagara Falli
BoflmJo, fitfitg, Wvhlr.aton.
Btvltlnor, Phlladolptila, New York.
Boi'cn Mid all point" eat.
MllwaukU, JtnMtMlq, MaiHmo,
LaCroaaa, 8t. Pul and all point" tsrtb.
Ihia I" alao Ih t.Mj dltri t r'Utoto
tvarator, niooratrigton, NrrmKM,
f-crla, CJuIdct, Ko'iknk,
BurtiBVa, V-ick UUn-t, I.t Kalle.
Masiiota, DlXbD, Fri"pot,
Jalaaa, Dubuque, eioui ultjr,
0aha atjii all point Lorthwut.
Bleant Drawing Room Stooping Ca
On all Night Train.
Checked ioa!l Important points.
For tlekota and information, apply lo I. C. ICt
doput t aim; on ooard tn triotu stmr be
twwu Oojuaibc aod Cairo, and at tne prloclp
railroa ticket o(9ei throughout th couth.
W. P.JOHN-tt.N on'l as. AR't, Chlcajo
A. MtrcaaiL, Oan'l Sup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
fastenicr train on the Illinois Central
chan.; time t why. From an. I ulter 2:10
p, to. to-day twins will rim m lollows :
.xprea, dally ,...r.:15 a. m.
Mll, except Sunday ... .4 p. ,.
,1?r', . 2:10 p.m.
Kail, dally except Sunday ..120 nlbl.
RAILROAD HME TABLE.
VAIKU. Atm.:xiA3 AND TEXAS K. tt.
On and after Monday, June 0, 1873, train
Will run dally, except Sunday, betwec
urcHnneiu s landing nnd slkeston, Scott
county, jiissou.i. us follows :
Leave Greenfield's 10:00 a.m. and 0:30 p.m
" Charleston 10:40 " C:10 "
" Mkcston 7.10 p.m, j-C tf
THE CAIRO AND VLVCENNES
SflORTEST F.OUTE FP.OM CAIRO
Cincinnati. Indhnapolls, Toledo.
Detroit, CJcvelaud, 'lara Falls,
A . . i iihuui, tvasu nKton,
'v. i .i iucjjiuim, .lew i oric,
Koiton and all i-ictcrn l'olut.
CHANGE OF Tl HE.
On and alter Tuesday, Julr 1, 1S73, trains
uoingnonn leaves Cairo at 4:00 a.m.
uvuuc juuui arrires at vairo at,,.. 3:10 p.m.
UOVND CITY ACCVUHODATIOU:
Lttyei Cairo at.... 11:30 a.m. and Cl p.m.
Arrives at Cairo at 8:00 a.m. and 1:20 p.m.
The express train north arrives at Vin-
ctnnfj at Ii:W p.m.. making direct connec
tion m it.su p.m , wun tne Indlar .polis and
Vlutcuars railroad tur ltullanapulj( tlie
grea; ra'jroa I centre, irom which point
truLs are departing nt all hour?, lor all
pmuisint e Lnueu aia cs ma Canada, At
12.51 p.m. wun the EvausvlllM and Craw
fordivllle railroad, for Terra Haute, Intll.
napolU, Cblctgo, Danville aud all points
north, via the t erra Haute Lvatisvllle ami
Cnlcogo railroad, and east la the Vandalia
Hoe, and Indianapolis and -t. Lotil railroad.
At 1:65 p m with the Ohio and MI-.-hMppl
railroad, for Cincinnati, t.ouiktille, and all
points eatt, ia Cincinnati.
FanenifeisKolncby this route are placed
in indianapolf., Cincinnati. Umlvllle. Sew
Vork. Uo.t li, l'hlladelphi"., llaltlmore,
wa-hinjton, and all ca.tern po nt, twe.e
coura in aflvanco nf any other route.
Jixpret. train makes connection at Eldo
ratio with 61. Loul and ouihiadern rail
way, lor St. Loul, Mt. Vtrann (Illlnoi).
ahawneetown. and i II polnis t.utctn Eldo
rado and St Louis.
At Norru C ty i akes cloe connection
wrspriugoeld, Hoct. Island, jnd all points
on Springfield and Illinois Soutbeauem rail
way and con ect!on.
At Cirmi with St. Louis Evatuvillc, Hen
derton and Na-hvllle railway line, lor ill.
JrD?n J nJlaI R KvunvllK llendcrion
(Kentuvkj ,, .Na.hllll- (Tenntfc i, and all
point on si. L., t.., II. aud N. railway and
Hijjwe checked to all Important point.
K3TC'5 'Ui1" an'' lnl'ormatton apply at
the ticket offlce, corner 5.cmh .treat and
Commercial acnuj, Cairo, IlllnoU.
Jo. Lrtsup't. cius O. S'oot,
n p i G"n- ,,a,''r "r"1 Ticket Ag't
B. F. Bcrshde, Agent, Cairo.
LOCAL HEATH Kit UF.I'OUT.
U. 8. tito. Skk unaKKVKH's opfick
CatKO, July 0 IB73, 10:11 p.
Barometer 50 A7.
Uow' Mnh':,t el)clt- 1
ftJiXlmua tempenturt Utt St hours m
Minimum temperature, last 2j hours, C5
l'ru.tli.. . . . .
V, , ,Da wsl 21 bours' BO'theast.
tt V7, ,. 01 nu" lwl travelled, la.t
J. EPWI! OaittANU. Observer.
a,'K, " Cal.o, ArWanta. kna'TTxa
..,,,v.u. .wtiug ,totu White i Grti!r.
v, jiim iirctt and Obto levee
rnn u a. fit lints' a, '
Leave at . .
Arrive In city at.
... 10 a.m.
JOHN MEYERS, Agent.
FOR SALE. BUGGY.
One buggy In first class order is for salt.
Call at Basement of tbo Express Office,
Ohio Levee. Puil. K. Uowahp;
Mrs. u. j, liorn wishes to Inform her
patrons and the ladles ol the city generally,
that ah has retned her dress-making
looms, N'o. J34 to No. 100, next door to the
Atteceum, up stairs. C-&. Im
fist vKtilte; tingle and double X amber
tfuajfta and double X Canary, best quality ol
tuUU, blue letter, etc., etc 50,000 for
al,riJttd at 3 50 too 50 per thousand,
it Uki . Bulletin On-ice.
VaJuabli real estate contiitlog ot three
feU iTOatlog on Fifteenth street between
Walnut an I Cedar ; large Iraut house nearly
Itw, two itories, thres rooms on each fioor,
MlbeuMi, etc. For further particulars eu.
mxln Bt lb f waists, Mki. C. SxnsiA.
ITEM1 OF LOCAL NEW
The MM'i'ppI river i' riting "'owly
n. St. LfulJ.
Tbo orowt of the ilaty Allc and
Crescent City bate cbunged boat",
Hon. D. W. Munn nturnod homo
yetcrdiy on a brief viflt to hl friend".
The Ohio river it coming up rapidly
which will help the cool flent nntr rominij
Tho Copitol City, for Vicklur;, and
Uec nd harea, for Now Orlcan", will
lcavo St. I.ouU to-day.
.Mr. Kd. II, Illntllir, udltor of thj l'tt
Uk! county 'lVtrlot', ii OAptnln of tlio
r.itnralde baso ball club.
All klndiof tun pictures Rt J. tjchleiing
or'", Klghth atroot, betweon AVnihington
nnd Commercial avenue?. 7-10tf.
Too Bello Mompbi" will lcavo .St.
Louis to-morrow, Kridny. Sho will arrive
bore Saturday nnd leave the (ttnc even
ing for Momphii.
S. Wallera' AVhitc Coilnr l'lnning
mills turn out Inrge quantities of all
kinds of dressed lumbor, and am doing n
good businoM genernlly.
The tiftwly Appointed policeman,
Henry T. Martlti, yesterdny tiled hit bond
as such officer. I'd tor Nuff and Christ.
Hnnny ato his bondtmoc.
Lady Lto, for Hod rlvorj Grand
Tior, for Memphis, nnd Ilonry Ames for
Now Orleans, left St. Louis ycltcrday, nnd
will nrrlvo at this port to-day.
Tho steamer Glaigluw, In tlio Cairo
and Iiiuknmn trado, is doing a good bus!
ness at.d is growing in favor with our
business mon aud tho public generally.
rhotographs and other pictures at J
Ncnleiluger'i, Eighth street, bvtwoen
Unihington und Commcrcinl avenues.
Uusinesi on the river remains dull
However, nearly all boats landing at this
port receive more or less freight, but the
quantity being shipped i not to say 1m.
The towboat Mary Alice: Cnpt Daw
son cammanding, on her last trip took
into w Orltans 24,i43 pac'xngcs; 1.C00
brick; 151 wagons and 40,122 bushels ol
Capt. Jack Grammar, of Louisville,
has purchased of Capt. Gennett a two
thirds interest in tho Frank P. Gracj
paying at tho rato ot 21,000 for tb
.Mr. A. J. Carlo has found hit marc
"Iwtttie,' which strayed avrny irom hi
jiauiw sosie two weeks ago. She wat
tound in the country about fifteen miles
from the city.
To-morrow h regular salo d&v a the
i lanters '.tobacco warehouse, and it
should not be forgotten that on this day
a large quantity ol very lino tobaeno will
be placed upon tbo brakes.
Mr. P.. II. Cunningham s Morn it
crowded daily with ladles, iio Ii dis
posing or hit immense stock of goods at
cost and tho ladies rf tho city ara taking
uvantago of the offer to secure bargains.
Uood a charapoo at J. Georgo Stein-
houtu s barber shop. It cools a man's
temper and makes him at peace with "all
the world and the rest of mankind.'
The work of filling and repairing tho
levee between Twoltth and Fourteenth
treots Is boing pushed ahead with all pos
sible speed. Tho levno in th locality
mentioned Is beginning to show il;iis of
Thcro is about a dozen big, crosj and
dangerous dogs in this city that need
killing. 1 hey rush at every passer by
and it is a wonder that torm-body has not
treated somo of them t' a do-o of eold
lead before now.
A runaway occurred on Commercial
areuuo yesterday morning. A bono at
tached to a sulky went down tbo street
"like a streak of lightning." Tho driver
was thrown out and tho sulky broken Into
a hundred pieces,
Judgo Hross, K. A. Harriott, John II.
Oberly and a number of other Odd-Fol
lows of Ibis city, loavo for Golcondu this
ovening to attend tbo hntallntlon turvircs
of thelodgtt In that place TfhWi will voir
on Friday evoning.
-Ground has bcuu broken fur Mitt.
Burns' now house a, tho corner of Com
mercial avenuo and Fourth street. Tho
building is to bo it two-story brick with
basement, and will bo occupied by Burns
as a boarding houso.
Mr. W. II. Curry of this city is, if
last night's dispatches aro correct, a lucky
man. He Is tbo bolder of ticket number
10,560 in the LouUvillo lottery nnd ac
cording to tbo dispatches that ticket bus
drawn ouo of the 0,000 prizes.
Mr. Wnrren D'.innini' who loft this
1 city several months ago In very poor
lu tilth, ii in Denver now, and by loiters
received bv bis friends hero we lrnrncd
that his health is much Improved, and that
tie will soon bo a well man again
Forsale--a lariro amount of choice
fruit in the orchard, consisting of peaches,
pears apples and quinces, on Cairo aud
Vinconnt't 1'.. U eleven miles Irom
Cairo. Enquire of J. . IlAWkts.s,
C-'Z'-Zw Cross street.
Fitzgerald bus received at tbe
ample room corner 14th str. and Com
merctal avc. a fresh Invoice of Bait' ale,
Gincus porter and Uennesty Brandy.
Sure preventives of Cholera or any other
dueae. Every body uses them. e-2ti-tf
Tbe gallant Utile Cairo and Paducab
packet Jim Fi:k is like clock work.
be comes and goes as prompt
ly as tbo days como round ; and
ber officers and crew aro as osllging
and accommodating a act as over lived,
Long may she wave.
5 A sensational person reported to ut
that three hundred foet of tbo MinisslppI
rlvor bank, above the city, bad lately been
washed away. Tho report is not true.
Only about fifty feet of tho bank have
been washed away In the last year, and
we have a mile to spare.
Yesterday aftornoon't train on the
Illinois Central railroad was detained
sometime at tho curvo abovo the city, by
a tretgbt train, which bad ran off tho
track Jutt previous to tho arrival ofthn
passenger train. Tbe passenger train on
tbe Cairo and Vincennts road switched
on to the Central track aud brought tbe
Central's patitogers lata tho city
CAIRO DAIL DULLKTLN, THURSDAY,- JULY 1U, L87;i
The following wsro u iorg tlio arrU
vals nt Ibo St. Charlfl' hotel ycMotdnV
Jas. Oordan, and Jlott. M. D'U, Sparlr, ,
Illinois; J. M. Jlealov, C bstnpsign, 1111
nolsj J, "V. Thomas, Fotl'month, Ohio; I
Ssmuel Soutbnrd, St. Louis; A.II.r.inb,!
St. Lou!" ; John It. Titvlor, city.
At n late hour night lofnro lat a lot
; of no;rt) bM-s c ongreatod at tho corner
I of Fourteenth and Ced.ir streets nnd con
i ducted tlieinselvc in inch a manner m to
illiturli the wholo tioi;hlorliood, Tlio
young ratcals should ovnry ono Imvo btefi j
rroitnl nnd lockod up in tho calaboose.
Wr, aatd vMtr.t tt..t ..-.t....
stood auit was to bo brought by tho llll-
nois Central Kail road cotniunv against
pattlos occupying portions or tbo railroad
strip.'' Wo know now that suit has been
brought against several parties who wo
fear wilt find that tho road is terribly in
earnest about the matter nnd intend mak
ing thorn v.vMi. the "trip M "all haz
ards." M'jtrs. Elliott and thorn wih to
inform their friends and tho public gen- J
orally that thoy nro not selling out nt cost
but at tho very smallest triflo abovo cost,
and not lc than teu per cent, lower than
any of those who nro selling out nt cost
This is i. sort of a riddle, but then it's thu
truth, Go and sco their immenso stock ol
boots and shoes, exitmino their pricos and
gnil.IV yur.nlf, 7-8.3t
Several times within tho pa-t row
lays we havo seen countrymen on tho
strcots in dlueront portions of tho city
off-ring for sal from their wagons
wgotablo of various kinds, and in almot
ovnry InHance, tfhere we have taken tho
trouble to look at thtrn, It was found that
the "truck" offered for sale was, to say the
least, not fresh, und in one or two Itutnn-
:es, utterly unCt for use. As tho ordl-
nanco of tho city prohibits the sale of
withered or stale garden "truck" at thu
vegotablo stands in tho city, ould it not
bo its well to prohibit their salo by coun
trymen fiom their ivagoni unripe. Decayed
or wilted vegetables are all the, same no
uiattor wnero thoy come from.
Stockfleih, who sells more liquor than
any other half dozen firms In Southern
Illinois, has Just recolved a large invoice
of the celebrated George Sayer & Co's. t
cogniac, and James Uccnessy brandies,!
both of which are warranted puro Im-
ported. Good Judges of liquor say that!
these aro among the best and purest '
brandies in the market. The goods are for
.ale in the orignal packages, and will be
so shipped. Parties in search of A No. 1
liquors will do well to call upon Mr. 1
Stockfieth, as he Is prepared to off.ir In-'
ducements with which no bouse In this
section of the country can compete. As
puro brandy is an excellent thing to lave I
in the houso just at this particular time, I
wo adviio overjrono to go to Stccflcth's
and procuro & bottle of either one or the
other of tbo liquors mentioned.
1HU BASK BALL MATCH.
Tho game of baso ball played at Mound
City yesterday, between tbo Egyptian
club of tins city, and tho UtYorsida of
Mound City, was an entirely one-sidi-d
affair, as will be "eon by tho score putt
llibd below. Tho Jypliani aro loud
in their praio of tho rnannor in whtrdi
they worn recelvod and entortnlned by
this Mound City boy. Tho Egyptians
wero provided a splor.dil dinnor, by
Mrs. VanNostrand, and otherwise hand
somely "cared for.'' At .'! o'clock tbo
clubs mot on tho field in front of Dr.
Casey's rcsidonco, and .Air. Chns. A. Saup
of this city, choson umpire The captains
of tho two clubs tossed tint nicklo, whlrh
ont tho Riversides to tbe fiold. Tho fol
lowing i the "core
J Rouse, r f
W M O Donald, Id r ,
F A Eldrod, c
J M Cas'idy, p
J 11 Blntliff, '.'d b
NV It Mlnton, o f
W M Wilson, 1 f
F H Cartir, s
F O'Sulliv.in, 3d b....
Jas Kiilley, o (
Frott, t V.
F Slack, 2d t .!
J Bowls, 1st b t
U Devore, o 6
i) j Foioy, i r ;. I
T Crolton, r f !1
M Shenban, 34 b :
UNeff, H I
P.ivenldos over Egyptians .M
Ciias. A. Sact, Umpire.
D H. OiiiTi-.B,
C. II. STITISS,
HA BO A IN.
A FINE FRUIT FARM FOR SALE.
Situated on tbo Cairo and Vincennes
railroad, one-half mile from the doput nt
Caledonia station, containing one hundred
and fifty.five acres of tho best frull land
in Southern Illinois, one hundred acres
under cultivation, the balanco in good
timber and well watered by never failing
springs There is a frontatto on the Ohio
river of one-half mile with good landing
for wooJ yard and general shipping busl
ness. Prospects for iron and coal good.
Battles wanting a good homo will do well
to look at the place before purchasing
.terms easy. Enquire of
D. Hu ho i Son, Cairo, 111
I.ACURSION TO DENVER.
M. ami St. L. pAcr.iT Companv, i
Aol-m aOmce, Cairo, July 1,Hj73.
The Memphis and St. Louis Packet
company now offer for salo round trip
tickets from Cairo to Donvcr and return
79, good for ninety days from date ol
salo. Alo regular tickets on sale fur
Kansas city, utuauu, Topeaa, Lawrence
flan Francisco and all principal points
xct, and by rlvur and rail to p0lJU
aoutti. ror nuiuor tniormation cMl at
II, fa ,iirtr.nv'i filllPtl ft 71 III... .
under City National bank, Cairo, UnnoIl'
James Mallout, Ticket AK i
Sol A. Silver, Passenger Ag t
aF.oriir. nir hiahow.
Have yon visited .chlclnger's new pho
tograph gallery on F-.shth street betwrtn
Corameralal and Washington avenue? It
not, you should do n, and give the proprie
tor an opportunity to try hi" skill In taking
of you a perfect likeness and a fplemlld
ptctuie. Mr. SehlHnger's ?ollery Is fitted
uplntliu best style, with III" intention ol
doing nothing but perfect work. Tho
Indlu' drawing room l bcautirully fur
nl'licd, aud lite operating room hat a sky
llt?hl titiaiirnissctl by any In the WeM. Mr.
Scldeslngcr Lojiih hi' many ftU'i)l, who
"erctoiotc .nen to mm men yww
W. Will continue WlCir mors, .u tiiem
nnd the publlc.:gencrai:y bo extendi an In
vitation to vl.lt his rooms whether desiring
work done at present or not, HaiWied tb.it
the appe.trjiicc ol bis gallery, the many
convenience." ho has procured-llidi;ed, all
Hih latest Improvement In his art and the
skill of an operator of (;reat merit, lately ol
London, Mr. Frank I.ockc Steele, will com
mand their p.ttronnge hen they Miall need
work to be done. 0-tO-lm,
K VN.wroS TO TUlTPltOXT.
Mr. James Kynatton, whose reputation
a butcher Is pur excellent with the people
ol this city, has opened a new meat
shop near the corner of Commercial acnuc
und twentieth street, ne.vt door to Mr. l'at
Burl' grocery store. It la well inown and
acinowlcdgcd fact that Mr. Kynatton, dur
ing bis long experience itt the meat bul
ncM In this city, nccr offered to his custom
era anything but the choicest ol otery Xlnd
of meat. Ho Is a good Judge of c.ittl", and
buys nothing hut tlio younqest and attest,
and as a coii"cqucnco has the best of href.
The same may be said of every kind of meat
sold by him. (live him atrial, and our word
lor It, you will always be pleased, 0-1MI
FOR SALE UK rSENT.
A two-story houso on Commercial avi
nuo near tho cornor of Nineteenth street.
The bouse is forty feet long by twenty
two feet wide. It contains ten rooms and
kitchen, and a good cistern and necessary
out-bouses are attached tilt. It Is well
ventilated and well adapted for a buslnei1
houie or dwelling. It Is in a business part
of tbo city and has been newly painted
and renovated inside and out. Apply to
River Shannon House, Ohio Levee,
Cairo. Illinois. 7-g-lm.
Gus. Hcim, Sixth street, near Ohio lcee,
has just laid out a considerable sum ol
money in repainting, papering, and In every
way repairing bis barber shop, and bis Is
now one of the nicest. If not the nicest ton
serial establishment tn Cairo, iieltn em
ploys none but first-class workmen In his
shop, and we venture to say the two young
men wbo now hold situations there, ctnnot
be excelled In their calling by any other
birber or barbers in the city. Try them.
This popular hotel has been refitted aud
mproved, and ia now one of the most com
tortable stopping places in tbe city. The
j travelling public and persons deslrin,
j pleasant quarters by the week or month, will
i always hnd them at tho Commercial hotel
j Rates of board have been rcducted as fol
I lows: Day board, $1 TO per week; transit,
: 21 00 per day; board and lodging, from ?.
to il per wrt'k. Mu M. .1. Witm:,
I tl l'roprictrr-.
FINE LAUNDRY WORK.
Mrs. Lottie Coleman takes this method
ol Informing tho public that "bo is now
prepared to do all kinds of fine laundry
work at cheap rat. Fluting, crimping,
etc., done at a small adrsnco per dozen
on plain clothe". Families and inditiduals
will find it lo their advantage to tako their
clothes to Mrs, Colornan. Ro'itlencQ on
Fourth street, south side, botween Wash
ington and Commercial avenues. 7-C-ltn
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A rare ohanro ii offered to somo man
with money to invest in good paying
property in th most dielrablo part of tho
city. Two lots, ;o foot front on the ac
nuc, h"U 3 storle". Two largo atorti
can bo fitted up on thu first tloor, the up
per storlt-' aro woll af ranged for olH ) .
dwellings. For further particulars en
quiro ot John fj. IIaum in A' CV.,
i-l-tf R.'al Estato Agentu, Cairo. Ills
I cFcItKAMJ-ALOUN .
A warm weather is approaching the
lovers ot lec cream will be glad to learn tint
Mct-r-. .Setup A Cl.'ii'Witi havo fitted up and
ret'urni-hed, in elegant style, their icu cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain ha
also been put in running order, and nothing
la wuntlm; about the establishment to make
the plcasuro and comtort of their patron
Oflico Cairo and St. Louis RR. Co, 1
Cairo, Ills, July 8, 1S73
Notice is hereby given that a meeting
of tho directors of tbls company will bt
hold at tho Southern Hotel In the city ol
M. Louis, Mo., on Tuesday, tbe 15th Inst.,
ut 10 o'clock a. rn.
S. riTAAT.s Taylor, I'rosidont.
Mrs. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington nvenucs, has
lust openi'd out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery good. She has one hundred
and tiny ditlerent styletof hats and bonnet,
beside a large assortment ol ribbons, flow
ers and notions ot all sorts, till ol which wil
be old at the lowest prices.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Tbo copartnership heretofore existing
between the undersigned is tbls day dl.
solvod by mutual consent, and tbo com
mission business discontinued.
J M. PniLLtPs.
A. a, Abick.
Cairo, July 7, 1873. 7-S-3t,
Regular boarders at the Europeau hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, receive board at
tbe rato of 820 per monttt. o-to-n
A fino cottage,
A new hotel has beenlopened Inltbe; large
house located on the corner of Seventh
street and Washington avenue. It will be
known as Brown'a hotel, and proprletored
t.v tr rtrnwn. whoso ronutatton as a hotel.
keeper Is well-known In this city. Tho
Uou,0 jja8 Ueon thoroughly renovated and
rirurulsbed, and Is In every way uni-cuss,
Ihc 'tables are at all times furnl.bod wlih
the best the season afforda, and the charges
nteial, being only 91 W per day. Mr.
brown solicit nd deserves a abare of tb,
While patronage. 6-1
Host Scotch ale, stout portor, aud olgbt
year old bourbon tvhiikay lo be found only
at the Crvtal saiooo, corner of 'ithtrt
and CommerrV a eriiie.
,nnw. t A La.,
0.JJ3 Im JVopn"' i.
You can buy .u j
and one-half lb:-?. DurantV
A ColTeo Sugar for One Dol
lar; Sovon Ihi. iVw Orlcnns
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Host
three and one-half Uhs. Prime
Rio CotTco, Ono Dollar ; Heat
Imperial Tea. One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Dost Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents nor pound :
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev-:
erything proportionately cheap I
at Nikam Bf.vnv. '
Summer- Attention to the
trado. Having a largo selec
tion of handsome white goods
very cheap, Batiste do valen-
ciennis, plain striped and fig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped and figured ; Victoria
awns, plain striped and fig
ured; Marseilles in great vari.
eties and patterns ; Nansooks
patterns ; linen lawns, white
and figured ; Percales in hand
some figures and designs; em-
broidereis in large assort
ments ; white trimmings in
large assortments ; linen suit
ings in all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsome patterns ;
have iu store a very complete,
large and seasonable assort
inent of dry goods very cheap.
T. S. Please call, no trou
ble to show goods. G-23 tf
ORDINANCE NO. CI.
An ordinance providing for the annual as
nroprlitloni lor the ttjctl vcar. ending
April 10, U71, and raising revenue for the
Bolt ordained by the City Council of tb
City ol Cairo :
Section 1. Ths,tior the purpose ol de,
Iraylni? tne ncccsary expenses
ot too corporation for the fiscal
year, cndlnic Apnl 10, 1S74, and piylng ct-r
tain iiaiiiiuies aireauy incurred, tne follow
InK turns be, and they are hereby appropri
atod lor the following ptirpote, and tho
whole amount to lie raised by taxation lor
city pitrpotpt thall tut fiiO.Gsl 70 :
1. The tmn nt lt,!i2-J 38 is hereby appro
priated tn pay the principal and Ititeit-tt on
bond due and nwrduc, ittued lor .sundry
tt. Tho tiitn of t'J,722 :A i.i hereby appro
prUtcd to pay tin- tnti rc-t on the Will of
the city not yet tine, li-ued lor drainagu
3. 'I'hc i.tiiii of n,IO i hereby .ipnrnprl
ated to pay tho Inton-t on the bond ol the
out- i.ucil to rox. liowani anil L'n
I. Tho sum of ?7,WW Is herebv iippropri
ed to ivivtlic liitoron on tln l.nu.f, m ti,
city iueti to tlio Cairo and Vincoiiiiea Rail-
0. The -urn or 7,f.l Is hetibr appropri
atetl to pay the Interot on tho bonds ot the
city f-ticd to tho Cairo and St. Lottli Rail,
rt. Tne sum of SI2.S00 It herebv appioprl-ati-d
to pay the -alatlei of the arious clt
7. The Mimol t3,fi00 is ber.-by apiuopri.ited
to defray thovu-tnnd expense ot nnklu"
iinprovomcnt" arid rcpalri on "Idewalk.
e. The f-urti of 7,0(1 1 hereby appropri
ated to defray tho cot snd c.vpcne of mak
ing repairs on street-, ;3,lX)oi ald amount
hereby appropri;il it being to pay the llll
nois Central Railroad compiny that amount
hating been heretofore agreed upon for an
improvement in l.ovcc atieut.
V. ThcfiUui ol 3,7O0 Is hereby appropri
ated to defray the cost and uAptnes of fur
nishing gas to the public street lamp.
10. TheMimof 2,0i0 It hereby appropri
ated to tlefray thu e.xpenc- of the lij.ird of
Health Including fabric of the henlih of
fleer and Inspector ofnieat mid veetab'e-.
11. The sum ot I'l.Ws'l lshureb) appropri
ated to defray tho c.xpeii-t of the lite de
partment. li!, The "tun of f 700 Is herolv appropri
ated to dclray tint expentes of the council
chamber and clerkV oUice.
13. Tho sum of 87&0 ! herebv aiipropri
atod to dofray tho oxpenso of printing,
binding and advertising.
II. 'I lie mm ol ilOOls hereby appropn
ated to def ny tho expends of city elections.
10. Tho sumot 81,-00 Is hereby appropri
ated tor expends ot city jail and dletlug
10. The aum of I,r-00 is hereby appropri-
hiuii im iiraiu;iu iurpose
17. Tho ol sum J.iK'O la hereby
ated or a contingent tund.
-EC '1. Tho mayor and clerk of raid
Ity of Cairo shall, on or before the fecund
Tuesday In September, lb73, certify to the
county clerk of Alexander county that the
city oi Cairo requires tho sum ot iWMKM 70
lobe raited h taxation lor city purpoc.
Sec. 3 The county collector ol aid
Alexander cotlntv I herebv authorised to
receive city order or script in payment oi
city taxes, to tho extent ol l-a ot the
amounts due from all peinoti or bodies cor
I oi ate.
Sec. 4. It shall bo tho duty of the cltv
treamrer, whenever the county collector ol
am Alexander county snail pay terio film
city taxes. In money or city orders, to annor
lion the money between tho llvo several firm
namctt litntis or appropriations, for the pay
mcnt of Interest in proportion to tho said
ccral amounts hereby appropriated for
that purpose, aud to dlvldu the orders or
scrip ami money, when the said five several
tiinosarcsaiMicd, between the twelve) sev
eral last tinmen tund. Approved July l).
toio. .IOHN WOOD,
Attest : M. J. HoWLKY, City Clerk.
URKKN & OILUEKT,
William II. (irr-Q
William It Ollber
OA I KO, ILMN'OIB
.11 1 in r. UIINext,
rB,r,uia. attantion glsn
to idoiltaltr sort
oyioM oniotKVM,Booi 7 xvti 8 ovn
CITT BATJOHAL BAK.
John II. Mttlkcy. WlUam C. Mulkey.
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Ofiice, rear rooms ovor Uannou'a book
'B ,n. .
BO. COUUSRCIA1. at"""'!
IItwn Seventh and SbjbUi tteU.
$30,000 WOUTH OF GOODS
I will soil my
AT ACTUAL COST
, I nir. In u, i mi J lo ! nt my prcoi' t hu m-i. .j
N. II. TO AVOID ALL MISTAKKS II liliK A I'TKI
wii.i. n: sold HTiucTi.N von cash.
C O P P E U A S
li It O
CAHHOIj A T E OF
PER M A X G
CHLORIDE OF LIME
X) XJ GJ OUSTS.
JOKXE15 WASHINGTON AVENUE AND EIGH1II STREET
iro. 7-?. ohio
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
minjSJ! !!. !?rrirn
'Ihe .'.in' Char't-' U vsr and wMi j Uu '.n . tl,. I. ,auil
LAKfiEST HOTEL IX SOITMEI.X ILLINOIS
Aud in all the :ipptiititiii.:ii. of j fir-t-. l.i.s hou-e, In, no cmip, 11 In Ouro, and no ji,
rlnr In the tate titittlde of ('IiIimlo. r
The saint Cliarle-1 built In the mo.t vdld and -tib-lantUI uniuin- 0f bri, k and iron i.
four atorioa In belcht. cvcliflic of basement and attic. ha a trnntaL-n n itn f,.m n it,,,
Oh o ri wr, tii feet 011 .Second atreet and a wing for culinary purposes ; Is In tliorninthrrpali
and will conilorubly accoumiod.itc tloouut sl.. I- now lining a line paving brines., which
will lie largely Inoria-ed during the tirt-et year the utw lailroud- notv beltiL built Into
Cairn, and wlioe deixiu will be In clo. ptoxluiltv to the hou-e.
Paplct wishlnir to engajre In the hotel business" hive now un fxcellent opportunity to
mircha-e the entire property, or one-llilrd Intcre-l with management of the lni.ne. In
eluding furniture and good will, on very reasonable terms, at low figure-, and easr tnr
mcnt. Adore: '
OrG. W. COCUHAN,
41 PcrdldoStreet, New Oilcan
. mm m
Utw been Uf
.U.lfn, Ii, Jiu.
OAIRO AND I'VOUPAH
AIL Kb AY,
lit plj4 tteaiser
Dii'E Fowlkh, Captain
B ' - -AyT 7 -W-T" ' s ' iS.- I , I) ! f JnM.4aHCi'-f I -Tt '
ft r.Uft.i i. ..i ... ,
: . "U'"-1"-".1" i-t..ctiou, and sent
K&K?,':r' yfixroAW MUST
Hnraln. llml..".""; 1 L,7 ,,,nf . " l" all Dntstsim
Leaves clro DAILY, (flundayoxcepted) at
JP.ta I-or treigbt ofuuftmfy on W or
A FT 1115
entire stock of
M O C 11 L O U A LU 11
L I M K ,
A y ATE O F P O T A S II,
('in of TL knor A (V,, T LOFItf
im m i m
VvRhOllf. iliU l int
fundi d ur.l, i thu i..u!u.it i J '
e.l. tu ...... ...V "i'1'
JOHN B. I'HLLkS fi HON,
(fiiiccor to John It. Plillln,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &o,,
Co. TXHTH-I3T. AHB 0Hl0 LVi
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