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ILLINOIS CENTRAL it
M BUloa NbnrlMt lloulr
'jMffhtj JilUa tkeahorlnl Roulit
0 CHANGE OF OARS
rr.oit cairo to
ST. LOUIS OK CHICAGO.
' ONLY ONE CHANGE Of OA US
UM OAlKo 10
CKeeiaaaU, i llaaapolia, Toledo,
pttmlt, CleafUod, Maaara Falli
Buffalo, Hitipi.uig, Wvtilnatoo,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, So York,
Botloo aad all points ea-t,
Hllvaukle, Jaaille, Slalla.n.
CaCroaaa, St. Paul and ail poleti north.
ibisla alto the IM) olitet r'tirto
K-tck UU&l, La Ball,
Dabuaua. Mom Jitr.
outan aim ail pomta noriawen,
llettant Drawing Room Sleeping On"
On all Night Trains.
Mi4M Cbeckad 10 all Important poind.
PAr tiekaia an'il lbfnrmati.in ar.nl fa I. O. fLR
depot it airtr. on Board ina trxD.it ilmmtr b
twu Oo'.uinbca aod Cairo, an J at tnt firlnclp.
raJIroa t tlckal offlca throughout 10a aoutri.
. r.JOMItuN Ofn'l aat Ar'I, Chlcaio.
A. XltCHtU, 0o'l SUp't. CfllCi(0.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIME.
Faesenrer train on the Illinois Central
ejaange time t i-day. From an. I alter 2:10
p-au to-Uay tralu will run u follows :
Kipraa.. dally 8:15 a. m.
Mall, xcept Sunday . , . ,4 w p. m.
Bxprtai. . 2:10 p. ra.
Kali, dally except Sunday ..12:00 night.
. RAILROAD 1 1MB TABLE.
' CAIRO. AUK AN 3 A. 3 A'D TEXAS R. It.
ODandalierJlonday,June9. 1873, trains
Wall run dally, exvept Sunday, between
ure-tnueiu a landing una slkestou, Scotl
county, juatou 1. us tollowa :
Qreentiold'a 10:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
" Charleston 10:4') " 0:10
" Mkettou 7.10 p.m. (Mi tf
THE CAIHO AND VISCESSES
Cleveland, Nlatrrj Fall
iuii lut'iuuia. aetv ion:.
iw.ion aua an bi-tcni 1'oluta,
' CUASOE Of TIME.
Oo and alter fucadar, July 1, 1S73, trains
nui i uu aj iunun a ;
Going north leaves Calrout 4:00 a.m
Q0LU4 aoutli arrives at Cairo at 3:10 pan
mound city accommodation.
f Leavet Cairo at ...11:35 a.m. and 0.00 p.m.
j Going s'oiitb.
i Arrivei at Cairo at .S:(Wa.m. and 1:25 p.m.
T The express train nortli arrives at Vln.
ti cennc at U:i0 p.m.. maklue direct connec
r tlun at 1A3J p.m , witu the ItidijtiapolU an J
Yluceuuta rallruad lur ladtan.ipolU, the
f great rallroai centre, from wlilch point
nil limir itit nft
poluta In t c Uuited at e nnd Canada. At
xupotK cbicigo, uumiiie otitt ui'i point,
Burtii, via the Term llaute. Kian,vlllo und
Chlcogo railroad, and eu,t la tlio Vitndalla
, iluc, and Indianapolis und St. Louis rallro-nl
' At p m with the Ohio ind snl' .?i! !i
I railroad, for Cincinnati, i.ouillle, aud till
rv .i v.uciuiiuu.
iraaaenifeia iro 11 . iiv tlila rntitn
ur ..kin 1 ..11 . I
, houra in advance uf any other route.
Mnra. truin manes cuuu.ciloll at Kldo-
a.uu niiusi. iounnntl &oiitlioubtvrn 1 all
way, tor at. Uul., Mt. Veriwu (tlllni.l.),
Bbawneetown and all olm between Eldo
rado aiid bl Loillii,
At Soma 0 ty make close connection
.wwiiitf itkl, Hock laUnd, and ah puluta
. i 1 -Juuiucaaicru rail-
uapuu auii .a.hIIIe r.illw.ty dm... Inr Mt.
(iiBi.tU. k)), a.lilill (.Tciuictae ). und ull
paint on SI. U, K 11. aud N. rail vav ,
111 'KX't- i ' Vl 0 I- aa . I ..It t . ...
file UcVft ufflur. ..rn..r ;
Uou.ueret.l avenuiVums iVlnJC" "uu
Lit, uu't i n.. 11 u..r.
tr !,-... rJn " r Ticket Ag't
J. F . UCRSaiDK, Agent, C-dro.
tOt'AI. W EAT It Kit KKlMlliT
J.8. 6lO.SKK.,UBaKKVEK,8()Pl'ICE. 1
C'AIKO, Ju y 13. Ia78. Ill-II ,,'m i
U.r .1 vn.n. ' 1
urj .ru!Ur7J liurees.
, a.-.atv, VC.UUItV W tnll Tf
U hours, fcl
' . , MVM.S WO
sow number of miles wind travelled, I tit
I- tDWW GitiLAXD. Observer.
ks lor tbe Cslro, ArVantts and Texa
u. starting trout Wb te A- fir. i r'.
i nil hi;, ui miaiu aucci anu ijuiq levee.
... - .
Jims Meyers, Ajeut.
bueiry in first class order is for salr.
at Basement of tbe Eiprrti Oflkf,
Lsvoa. Phil. h.. Huwarp,
. , REMOVAL.
mm. inirii niiunt m liunrm iipr
Ho, Itti to .Vo. 105. next door to tbe
WblU : lnale ai.d double X amber
ski double X Canary, best quality ot
blue letter, etc., etc. t0,000 for
d at tH 60 to S 60 oer thousand.
real estate consisting ot three
on Fifteenth atreet between
al ICaaart large iramo uuu.o ucmy
HOIiaa, au.eai i. - -""'i
ITEMS OF LOCAL NEWS.
Draymen complain of dull times.
Iluilnci! In all branches wns dull ye?
Tlio itrcot laborer! wero paid ofT yea
torday, Martin Lai entera l on lils duties as
Tha dry goods bulncs i. brisk at
John lUrton of Carbondulo, was In
the city yestnrday.
City Clirk Howloyand Mayor Wood
l.sued scrip to pay various claims, yester-
Capt. O. D llllamson, wa rogrot to
learn, ' cooflocd to the bouso with tick'
A. J. Carle, at tho livery itablo, in-
tin tbat copcrai water will rid n stable of
Capt. John O. "Wblto wants those
books wbleli somebody borrowed and so
far fnllo I to return.
Polico court was as d'y as a whittle
yesterdar. Tbero was not eren a "plain,
aunlghi drunk," to enliven the court.
All kinds of tun pictures at J, Scbleilng
ur's, Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues. 7-1 Otf.
Winter's art gallory, Sixth street, bo
iween watnmgton ana Commercial ave
nues, Is the placo to get yjur photo
Mr. Jacob Kllno is manufacturing
b-lck lb' bit new houtes on Twentieth
street. They are of n now pattern and
T V ....
u a. jiyor and family propose
spanaini? a portion or the summer at Col
oradu Springs, aituated almut anvnntr.
nve miles beyond Denver.
ins street laborers wore yoJtorday
engaged in building a crossing over tbo
Cairo and vlnccnnes railroad on Commer
clal nvenuo and Eighteenth street.
Tbe return game of baio-ball between
the I'.lvorslde of Mound Citv. and th
Egyptian clubs of this city, will bo played
in this city in about a week or two.
It should bo borno in mind that this
morning at 10 o'clock at tho Planters' To.
baceo warehouse a large and choice lot of
lubncco will be placed upoti the brake,
Photographs and other ptetures at J
fohJeilugor's, Eighth street, botwoen
ashlngton and Commercial avenues.
Good-ia cbampoo at J. CeorL'o Stein
1 . - . . "
nou.ea uaroor giiop. It cools a man's
temper and makos blm at peace with "all
the wurld and tho rest of inanilnd."
lliv. Mlnton, pastor of tho Prosbvto
rlin church at Mound City. Is u flrst-class
hsic-balllst. and did tho pitcbint: for tho
oversales in tho rocont eame plaved be
twecn that club and tho Egyptian- of this
i'orsalc a ianro amount of choice
fruit in tbo orchard, consisting of peaches,
peara applos and quinces, on Cairo and
Vincenitra Jt. It., lilnvnn ;!. (....
Cairo. Enquire of J. S. Iiawuiva.
d-a"-2w Crnaa ilrnnt.
Lost Sir Allen Ramsoy's "Pastoral
Poora' threo volumnes, and "Rod Hook
of Appiro," two volumnes Those books
wero borrowed from the undersigned and
A liberal reward will bo
paid to any porson who will return them
'o mo. John O. White.
0, 1JttDny wUhc tb PWIc to bo In-
framed that ho has on band a stock of
drrcnm i n.,,1 r ...!
in tbo boutliweU. and thnL lm U Hut nam
ined to soil everything at prices lower
than tho lowest. Call on blm to-duy and
examine goods and prices. Ho will satisfy
you both as to quali'y nnd cost.
The ruh at Winter's art gallory is as
t-rent as ever, and though Mr. Winter is
is "busy ai a bee," ha will find time to at
trnd tho wants of ail bo may disl-u
work in bit line. A look at hi? work i
til that is necessary to salirfy ovoryone
ihat hn turns out better pictures than was
ever turned out In Cairo befure.
Messrs. Elliott and Ilnythorn wish to
inform tholr friends and tho public gen-
rally that they uro not selling out at out
but at the very smallest trifle above cost,
nnd not less than ten per coi.t. lower than
ntiy of those who aro stilling out at cost.
Tnls Is u sort of a riddle, but tben it's Un
truth. Oo and see their immense stock ol
boots and shoes, examine their prices and
aatlafy yourself. 7-9-3t
Keep up with the times. Go to Win
ter l photograph eallurv and pet tout
vuuniurii-it preienttuont. it will Lie your
living image and yet be to handsomo that
. oo Qeiigmea. winter bat met
I wiin ud most marued lurrnaa .lnr. tV,.
1 I . . l I t I . .
mo time, but IIIIO a ilreet car or .n nmnl.
bus, his capacity Is unlimited and he will
always And an hour for Just one more.
ine special terra of the Aloxander
county circuit court which Is to commenco
cn tha fourth Tuesday of this month is fur
criminal and chancery business only. The
civil docket will not bo taken up till tho
next regular ttrm of the court, whirl. .,.
der the new law win he boldcn on the first
Monday In September next. One or two
important cases will come up at this see
clal lerrn the most important of which
l the trial r f a negro for tbe murder of tb
mato of tbo steamer Grand Tower In April
A letter from Mr. John Pooro, tho
carpenter, wno is now in Dcnvor, Colo
rado, was recolvod In this city yesterday
morning, xae uoct not teem to like Don
ver it ain't Just tho placo it is "cracked
up to be." Ho says carpenters, unablo-to
prorure work, are "waiting on tables and
vasblng ditbes" at tho hotels for Ibel
board. Pooro says be has bad two days
work since being there, and "don't know
ben he will get any more." Denver,
according to Poor a' s statement, Is "a first
class fraud," and be advises "mechanics to
stay away, as It it the biggest humbug on
Habits In longj'.loihes, bablat iu a a irl
clothes, babies who can stand and babies
who :an't, boy babies and girl babies, pret
ty habits and ugly bablea, babies with
blue eyes and batiet with brown eytt, ba
bies with curly hair and belli with
straight hftlr.aU cry to go to Wlntcr'i pho-
tograph gallery to get their pictures taken.
Winter Is a perfect msglcian in the art of
ituing babioi' and children's pictures, and
when ho calls to bis assistance a bottlo of
Mrs. Winslow'a soothloc kyrup,
i invincible and tho cro.fest.
tubborncst, roost unmanagoabto In
fant In tho world will ylold
liko a llttlo lamb and sit a still and at
millng ns a statuo of Cupid Itself. The
truth isWintor't gallery is tho babies' para
dise, and tho children find it mitinalit-
whlle and novor want to (jo homo,
And still they como. Wo mean the
paupera from all parti of the country,
Wo catch thorn from above and below
nd from ovory quarter round about
Cairo, and nlno out of every ten of tbem
are profciilonal beggars and dead beats
who travel from ono town to another beg
ging what they cat and wear, refusing
work when It is ntTorod thorn. Occasionally
one is found who wilt work n fow days, and
tbon get drunk on his earnings, and, at a
consequence, get tick, and then becxpocti
to bo taken care of at the expense of the
public. Vory properly most of tho pau
peri who make application to our author
ities fur admission to the hospital woro
sent adrift to "paddle their own canoe," or
Ink. No one whom Is believed worth)
Of al3lStoDCe IS Ulor turned away, tint on
the contrary, our authorities are willing
and do cbetrfully render all tbo assistance
in tbeir powor to all such porsons ; but
profciilonal tramps and beggars might as
well give Cairo tho "shake," for nono of
their kind need apply for aulitnnci for It
will surely be refused them.
CARRIES AWAY THE RIUUONS
FROM THE MASONIC WID
(MVS' AND ORPHANS
FAIR AT LoULS
V1LLE. At tho Masonic Widows' and Orphans'
fair, held In Louisville, Kentucky, on the
21th of June, Messrs. Halilday Jlro's. of
this city won tho prlzo for tho bost barrel
of flour donated to tho fair. This Is 5
victory of groat importance to .Messrs.
Ualliday Dro's., as nearly all tbo bost and
most colobrated brands of Hour known to
tho westorn markot woro arrayod against
them. Tho "Cleouatra" if manufactured
at their mills in this city, and is known to
tbo trado ovorywhere as having no supe
rior. HA KG A IX.
A FIXE IRUIT FARM FOJt SALE.
Situated on tho Cairo nnd Vinconnos
railroad, one-half ratio from tbo dopot at
Calodonfa station, containing one hundred
and flfty-flvo acres of the best fruit land
in Houtborn Illinois, ono hundred acres
under cultivation, the balance in Rood
timber and well watored by never failing
pnngs. -mere is a irontago on the Ohio
river of one-half mile with good landing
lor wood yard and general shipping busi
ness. Prospects for iron and coal good.
Parties wanting a good fcomo will do well
to look at tbo placo beforo purchasing
o!ewhoro. Torms oasy. Ennulro of
0-17 2w I). Ilcnn & So.v, Cairo, III.
SECURE THE SHADOW.
JIavo you visited Schleslngor's new pho
tjgraph gallery on Eighth street between
Commercial and Washington avenues J II
not, you should do so, aud givo tbo proprie
tor an opportunity to try his skill in taking
of you a perfect likeness and a splondld
plctuie. Mr. Bchlealngcr'a gallery Is titled
up In tbo host style, with the Intention ol
doing nothing but perfect work. The
ladles' drawing room la boautlfully fur
nished, and the operating room ba a sky
light iinuirpassciMiy any In tbo Went. Mr.
Hcblcalnger hopes lils many friends, who
have heretofore given to blm theli patron
a-e, will contlnuo their favors. To them
and tbo public .generally be extends an in-
itallon to viilt hn rooms, w bethor desiring
work done at prc-cnt or not, sattdtled that
the appearance ol lib gallory, tbo many
conveniences he has procured Indeed, all
the latest improvements in his art and the
kill of an operator nfreat merit, lately ol
uouuon, jir. rratiu l.ocko ateele, win com
inuiid their patronage when they ahull need
work to bo done. (MO-lm.
KYN ASTON TO THE FRONT.
Mr. James Kyna-iton, whoso reputation as
a butcher is par excellent with tbo people
ol this city, has opened a new meat
shop near tbo corner of Commercial avenue
and twentieth street, next door to Mr. Pat
Uuri's grocery store. It Isa well ilnown and
acknowledged fact that Mr. Kynaston, dur
ing bis long experience lu the meat bu.i
neai in this city, never offered to bla custom
ers anything but tbe choicest ot every Jtlnd
of meat. He is a good Judge of cattte, and
buys nothing but the youngest and .attest,
and as a consequence has the best of beef.
The same may be said of every kind of meat
soiu by him. uive blm atrial, and our word
lor It, you will always be ploated. n-is-tl
EXCURSION TO DeIjVER.
M. and St. L. Packet Compant, 1
Auc.NT'a OrfiCE, Cairo, July 1, 1S73.
The Memphis and St. Louis Packet
company now offer for sale round trip
tickets from Cairo to Denver and return
579, good for ulnoty days from date of
sale. Also regular tickets on salo for
Kansas City, Omaha, Topeka, Lawrence,
San Francisco and all principal points
west, and by river and rail to all points
south. For fimher Information call at
the company's olllco, No. 71 Ohio lovee,
under City National bank, Cairo, Illinois
James Mallory, Ticket Ag't.
Sol A. SiLVEn, Paenger Ag't.
du. Helm, Sixth strest, near Ohio Iovm
hat Jut lata out a contlderablo -jum ot
money In repainting, papering, aod tnWry
way repairing bts barber thop, and his. is
now one of the nicest, If not tbe ulcest Jen
torisl establishment in Cairo. Helm m
ploys none but first-clai workmen in bU
shop, and we venture to say tbo two young
men who now hold situations there, cannot
be excelled In their calling by any other
barber or barbers in the city. Try the in.
Regular boarders at the European hotel,
Barry Walker proprietor, receive board t
the rate of W psr mouth. MO-tf
BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JULY
FOR SALE OR' RENT.
A twotory hous? on Commercial are-
quo near tho corner of Nineteenth street.
Tbe home Is forty foot long by In'enty
two foot wldo. It contalni ten rooms and
kitchen, and a good clttorn and necessary
out-bouses are attached ta it. It is well
ventilated and woll adapted lor a biulnen
house ordwelllng. It l in a business part
of the city and has boen newly painted
and ronovatcd Insldo and out. Appiy to
River Shannon Uouso, Ohio lievoe,
Cairo, Illinois. T-o-im.
This popular hotel has been refitted and
mproved, and Is now one of the most com
lortablo stopping ptaccs in the city. Tbe
travelling publio and persons desiring
pleasant quarters by the week or month,wltl
always find them at the Commercial hotel.
Rates of board have been reductcd as fol
Iowa: Day board, ? I 60 per week; transit,
il M nor day: board and lodging, from Jt
to 7 per week. Mm M. J. Wiiitk,
FINE LAUNDRY WORK.
Mrs. Lottie Coleman takes this method
oi informing tho public that she Is now
prcparod to da all kinds oi Une laundrj
work at cboap rates. Fluting, crimping,
etc., dono at a small advanco per dozen
on plainclothes. Families and Individuals
will find it to their, advantage to tako their
clothes to Mrs. Coleman. Rntldence on
Fourth strool, south sldo, between Wash
Innten and Commercial avonuos. 7-0-lni
A GOOD lNVESlrMKNT
A rare chance Is offered to some man
with money to invest in good paying
property in the most desirable part of the
city. Two lots, to feet front on the ave
nue, house 3 stories. Two largo stores
cau bo Q'.ted up on tho llrsl floor, tho up.
per storici are woll arrangod for offices or
dwolllngs, For furtbor particulars on
quire or John u. uaiiman a t.o.,
tS-l-tf Real Estate Agents, Cairo, 111
As warm weather is approaching the
lovcw ot ice cream will bo glad to lenrn that
Messrs. Saup t Clarkson have tilted up and
rcfurnl'hcd, In elegant style, their Ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain h.is
aUo been put In running order, and nothing
tswantlnz about the establishment to make
the plcamro and comlort of their patrons
OOlco Cairo and St. Louis RR. Co.
Cairo, Ills, July 8, 1873.
Notice is hereby given tbat a moeting
of tbe directors of this company will be
beld at the Southorn Hotol la the city of
St. Louis, Mo., on Tuesday, the 16th Inst.,
at 10 o'clock a, m.
S. SrAATi Taylor. Prosldent.
Mrs, Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, has
just opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery goods. She has one hundred
and fifty dllicrent stylesof bats and bonnet,
beside a large assortment of ribbons, flow
ers and notions of all sorts, all of which wll
be sold at the lowest prices.
rOTico or maauiiUTiou.
The copartnership beratoforo existing
botweon the undersigned is this day dis
solved by mutual consont, and tho com
mission business discontinued.
J. M. fuiL'.irs.
A. A. Arici:.
Cairo, July 7, 187.1. 7-S3t.
A flno cotlago. Inquire of
A now hotel has beenjopencd ln;tbe; large
houo located on the corner of Soventh
stroct and Washington avenuo. It will be
known as Brown's hotel, and proprictored
by Mr. Erown, whoso reputation as a hotel
keeper Is well-known In this city. The
houo has been thoroughly renovated and
refurnished, and ts in every way flrst-clati,
Tho tables are at all times furnlbod with
tbo bct the season affords, and tho charge
liberal, being only ?1 60 per day. Mr.
Hrown hollcll-. and deserves a thnre of the
public patronage. .VI 111
Rest Scotch ale, stout porter, and olght
year old bourbon whiskey to be found only
at tbe Cry MM saloon, cornor of Sixth street
and Commercial avonuo.
SrEAOAi.A 6i Lank,
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Duranft
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orlean&
Sugar for One Dollar: Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
imperial Tea, une Dollar and
a half per pound ; Joeat Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
i oung Hyson and uolong Tea
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at 11IRAM UIXRY.
Summer Attention to tho
trado. Having a large selec
tion of handsome white goods
vory cheap, Bati3tedo valen-
ciennis, plain striped and fig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped and figured : Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured ; Marseilles in great vari
eties and patterns ; Nansooks
patterns ; linen lawns, white
and figured ; Percales in hand
somo figures and designs; em
broidoreis in largo assort
ments ; white trimmings in
lavgo assortments ; linen suit
ings in all shades ; linon dam
Rflks, handsome pattorns ;
have in store a vory completo,
largo and seasonable assort
ment of dry goods very cheap.
Please call, no trou-
w to imow goodrj, 6-28 tf
nzotrrAn mkeiisu or ihe I1V tofKCtL.
Protont Hit Honor Mayor V.'.wd and
Aldormen Bixby, Korsmoyor, MoKwon,
McGauloy, Meyers, Morris, .eiin, n
tenboute and Robinton ?.
On motion of Alderman Meyers tho
reading of the nilnutoi wa dispensed
Tho committee on claims repcrto'd back
tho following bills recommending paj
montof tamo, viz :
John 11 Oberly prlntlntr "1 00
i ui jiuuaio, impouiidini! ana
... aj, . - .
kooplnu htma 10 00
Dr 0 U Kvhus. nlirht vltit to
patient on boat 00
It Cunningham, removing
nulsanct-s '.. i 00
Patrick Walder. rainovlnii nui
sauces 2 00
lliirciay ilroi, dlslntuctanta and
while-wasb brushes for tall 6 00
Lhas Tbrupp, making katussmetit
map i o.i lor sidewalk commit-
sloners in nn
Jno 1 Harman. o dav's services
as commissioner in assassin
sidewalk tax under ordinance
No -to und ttostace paid on no
tices ,.... ic, CO
John 11 Gotman,0 day's services
at commissionor In ajsotsltig
sidewalk tax under ordinance
No 45 oo
Tbos Winter, 6 day's services at
commlstlonor in assessing
sidewalk tax under ordinance
No '10 , 'J5 00
D McCarthy, dieting prisonors
1!09 dayt in June 101 0
Arab Firo company, I quarter'!
allowanco to July 1 CO 00
Rough and Heady Firo rouipanv,
1 quarter's allowance to Julv 1. ol On
Hibernian FIto company. 1 quar.
tor's allowanco to July 1 CO 00
Delta City Firo company, 1 quar
ter's allowanco to July 1 CO 00
Chas Hardy, distributing 2.000
board of health dodders I 40
W R Rockwell A- Co., onolnpcs
for treasurer 1 li
F Vincent, limo for tall 2 Su
N Cantwoll. haullcc 3f loads of
Karbazoin May 17 10
N Cantwoll, hauline 8 loads car.
bace in Juno - 26
R U Cunningham, ronl of coun
cil building Juno &o 00
Warren Wimms, 171 days work
on streets 36 61
Chas People: 161 davs work on
strotitt 3 13
Chas Sackburccr, PJ days work
on stroots l' CO
Jos Lohmei, 10' days work on
stroets 'Si C3
Dents llaloy, hauling on streets
7 davs 31 50
Tbos ril7Korald, 22 days work
on stroets DO 0
Stepbon llraJloy. hauling and
scrapinc tin streets !'l 63
Dan'l McCarthy, 17 day's work
on streets "i 00
John Sides. 1 1 day s work on
stroets " SI
M E Powers, hauline on streets
16dav CO 00
John Gladnov, hauling on stroets
Si davs 37 13
Putor Conlan. 2 Is day's work on
Henry Wisdom, 101 day's work
on street C2
.las Konnody, roconstructlng 78 ft
sidewalk on aatt side of Wal
nut street, between Twelfth
and Thirteenth streets, at 40
cents a foot
Jas. Kennedy, reconstructing 20
i.fl. sidewalk on east sldo of Wal
nut ttreot, but. 11th and 12th
Jas- Kennedy, roconstructlng &0
ft. sidewalk on wost tideof Wal
nut street, botween 11th and
12th streets -0
Jas, Kennedy, reconstructing M
ft. tidownik on wett sldo of
Walnut street botwoen 1th and
6th streott -1
Jas. Konnody, reconstructing l'0
it. tldowalk on north side of 6th
atreet, botwoon Washington av.
and Walnut street
Jas. Kennedy, reconstructing 410
ft. sidewalk on south sldo of Cth
ttreot between Washington
avo. and Walnut ttreots
On motion of Alderman Meyers said bill"
were allowed by the following vote . Ayes
lllxby, Koremcycr, McRwcn. MeOaulcy,
Mover.. Morris. NcllU. i!lttcnhou;e aud
Itobiu'on l. Nay 0.
The committee on claims reported back
the bill of John Gladney, amnuutlng to
tOO PO, recommending payment of Raid
amount, lcs il 25. On motion of Alder
man Korxtneyur satd bill wa-i allowed
recommended by tho following vote : Aye
Mlxby, Kor.meyor, McEwen, McOauley,
Meyers, Morris, Nelilt, Rlttcnhouso and
Hoblnson 9. Nay 0.
The committee on claims reported back
the bill oi O. it. Woodward, amounting to
25 17 for difference botween city scrip and
cash, for hose sold to Rough and Ready h ire
company, recommending payment of 918 89
in full of bill. Aldcnnau Korsmeycr moved
to allow as recommended. Carried as fol
lows: Ayes lllxby, Korsmoyer, McEwen
McOauley, Meyers, Morris, Nclllt, Kitten
house and Roblnton !, Nay 0
Hill of Jos. Johnson amounting to S3 lor
disinfecting two bouses on Third street, was
reported back by time commlttco recon
mondlng payment ol $5 in lull of bill. Al
dermau Meyers moved to allow as rccom
mended. Carried by the following vote
Ayes lllxby, Korsraoyer, McEwen, Me
Oauloy, Meyers, Morris. Ncllls, Rlttcubouse
and Hoblnson 9. Nay 0,
Hill of Dr. C. H. Evans amounting 10, for
services for prisoner at city Jail lu April,
was reported back by tho committee on
claims recommeudlug payment of same
Alderman Bixby moved to allow. Carried
by tho following vote : Ayes lllxby, Kors
mcycr, McEwen, McOauloy.Meycrs, Morris,
Ncllis, lllitenhoii"e and Robinson 9. Nay
Hill of K, A. Cunningham amounting to
S3 03, for collecting sidewalk tax, was re
ported back by the same committee recom
mending that the samo be not allowed.
On motion of Alderman McEwen 'the re.
commendation was coucurrod In.
Alderman Morris moved to recommit to
tho claims committee. Carried: Ayes
lllxby, Mcycm, Morris. Rlttoiibouso aud
Robtnson-3. Nays Korsmeyor, McEwen,
McOauley aud .Nellls-1.
BTIlEKr COMMITTEE JIErORTS.
The street committee reported back tbe
petition ot property ownoie on Twentieth
street, between Commercial avenuo and
Ohio levee, praying the council to amend
Ordinance No. 15, to as not to apply to tbe
reconstruction of the sidewalk on either
side of Twentieth street, between Commer
cial avenue and Ohio levee. Said commit
tee recommended that tbe petition be
granted, and tbat the ordinance committee
be instructed to draft as ordinance to so
amend said ordinance No. 16,
On motion of Aldersjun Morris said re
port was received Jtd concurred Is.
Said .coaaUt Hxfdback the foil-
owing resolution rf commending its adop
tion, Tlx i
Resolved By city council tbat permis
sion U granted to C. O. Patler ft Co. of tho
now xotkttore.comer of nineteenth ttrcct
and Commercial avenue, to maintain a pro
wet on or railing around thelt pump-.
Alderman Ncllls moved to adotit. Alder
man Morris moved to amend by having said
railing arranged uudor tho direction of tlio
stroct committee. Amendment adoDtod.
Petition ol tax-payort to havn Eleventh
street pump repaired was reported back by
mc stroct commlttco recommending tbat tbe
superintendent of street be Instructed to
have said pump repaired. On motion of
Alderman Korsmcyer said report was con
(Alderm-in Pbllllpx appeared took UU
An ordinance en.illed " an ordinance pro.
idlng lor tho annual appropriation for tbo
tl-cal yearcnditig April Ki, 1871 and ral'lu'
rcventio for the ani " was read a oeonu
time by the clerk. Aldcrmm Morrl moved
to amend by In-crtlnt the followlnir at thu
end ol section 1 ol said ordinance : " 1
I he atim of 2,000 ts hereby appropriated
for a contingent Hind." Amendment
Alderman l!obtnon .its? moved to amond
Mtd ordinance by substituting tbe word
twelve" lor "ten" In at-rllon t of satd ordl
Alderman Morris moed to further amend
aid ordinance by substituting '' for"4-l0'
In section 3 ol ald ordinance. Carried.
On motion ot Alderman Mryer ssld ordl
nsnco a amended Was adopted, by the fo-
lowing otc: Ayes lilxby,.Korsmc)c, Mc
Lwcii, MeUaiiley, Meyers, Morrt, Ncllls
J'hllllp., RHtenboiio and HoMnon 10,
Petition of Mrs. Fallcn'tlnc, formerly
Ilabn, wa pre-cntcd, asking tho council to
ibuc to her liubtnd liquor llccnac for tho
remainder ot the year, for the amount re
rulttfd to lirr at the ht regular meeting.
On motion of Alderman Ncllls said pelt
tlon was tabled.
Petition ol O. W. McKeaig nnd otht
property owners lu city block 22, was pre
ented, praying the council to alter the Urc
limits so as not to Include that block.
On motion ot Alderman Meyers said petl
tlon ws re f.-rrcd lo ttie ommlttce on lire
The m-iyor stated that bo had dhclur:
I'ojicc constame r ranx iicrats lo.-arnnken
cs, and nominated Henry T. Martin to nil
the vacancy. Mr. Martlu was confirmed I
the followlnir vote : Aye lllxby, McEwe
MeUsuley,Moyers, Morris, Nellls, Phillip
ltlttr;ibouc anil Hoblnson 9. Nay KorS'
Slate ami city bonds ot the following
named persona, tor liquor ltcrn-e, were pre
ented, and, on motion, approved, viz: 01
Louis Herbert, John (latts, John II) land
and James Carroll.
Alderman Morris moved to talUo t n bill
for an ordinance, entitled "an ordinance to
determine and Ax tho amount ol rovenue to
be raised by taxation for the year A, I)
1373, for rl.y purposes." Carried.
On motion of Alderman Phillips ad-Jount-d.
M. J. Howley, City Cb-rk.
Price Owkuekt Orricr,
Thursday Kvonlng, July 10, 1873.
Uustueti continues dull and Inactive.
Receipt of grain and produce ' ave fallen
off very pcrcoptlbly sinco tbo new freight
tariff went into effect. Wo do not know
that tho changa of ratos hat nnything to
do with tho present light receipts, but
thurohat cortalnly boon a falling off of all
kinds of consignments since the first of
Corn tncal It short nnd demur! active.
Pricct advanced ten ccnt on tbe
barrel to-day. White corn it very
tcarce and In tlomand. Mixed
Is plenty and dull. Tbcro is no demand
at all for oats or hay. All other Iranchet
of tho market contlnuo dull aci un
changed. JCorropondonts should bear in mind
that these quotations aro for round lott
from first handt. For broken and small
lots, and in filling ordors, an ndaiico of
1 to 3c it charged over theso prices jtaf
FLOUR Unchanged, thoro It very lit
tle demand for any kind. Tho rtportt of
damage to tho new wheat crop may have
a tetidoncrto strengthen tho market, but
prices will not be higher, at loast fur some
time to como. Sales wero 800 bbls variou
grades tGS 50 and 100 bblt do ft 60
HAY Very dull. No talo at all I
this market. Tbo only transactions wo
have to report are C cart choico mixed do.
liverod $16 and ono car $1 1.
CORN Thore is nn activo demand for
good white corn to-day and nbaro market.
Receipts for a day or two have been very
light. There is no demand at all for
mixod corn. Sates embraced 1 car mixed
in sacks, delivered, I Co and 6 car white
in sacks, delivered, 60c.
OATS There are very few in the market
and no shipping domand at ail. Only
small amount is required to sup
ply tbe order trado. They aro
quoted nominally at 30c tanked and deliv
ercd In car load lott.
CORN MEAL Firm and in activo
demand at nn advanco. Supply very
light. Salet were '.'50 bbls S D sold early
at $2 60 and 1 car S D del $2 00.
URAN Dull at flll2. None fell
BUTTER Choice is tcarce and In de
mend. Binciiy cuoico would tell at
hlgbor figures than our quotations, Com
mon i plenty and hard to toll at any
price. Salet embrace 17 pa:kge choice
at 20o; 3 palli do 21c; 6 pkgs ordinary
1416c, and 6 pails good to cholco 18
EGGS Freth eggt are , scatc and
wanted, iiecoipia iignt; tales wero 600
dozen in patent cases 13o and 8 package
bippen couui ixc,
OUIOK.JKH& the domand for choice
young chicken Is good and none in tho
market. Receipts are roadlly dltposed of at
8 50 for young and 13 r.o for old bem.
We note sale of 20 dozen choice young at
f 2 60.
FRUIT None comlnir in excm . fu-
Lawton blackberries, of which wo have no
rFOViMtws-Tbe market it firmer,
owing to an mcrm iq the de
Sand and )k of iiiPDlta.
TH itoek of imokid rout In all U pria.
ilpat maraet i very much reduced and
price aro advancing. Salo einoe our last
report were 1,000 lb clear side i, 9c f.,000
lbi clear sldos, packed and dellt-ered.ilo,.;
6,000 ibssiiouidert, pacKoa pna delivered,
8c, end 2,000 lbs plain ham, -picked 'n,
dollvercd, 1210. " ' .
DRKAKFAST RACON 9iqc. ,
BUOAR. Coffoi A quotpd"it ihs
lU'o for crushed, powdered act! gran
TKA8. ImpeHai; UQVibi (Junpow
dor, 751 26 1 Oolong black, 7Cl
Youh Hyaoa, $!1 40. w .
OBBEsl, Qood domand ; Kcw.Ycrk
factory V lb ieai7o.
bYKUPfl-Tho demand ft'Talr for
cholco at C0c)51 "P cai. and Mew Or.
loan at 7o80c. . - "-J
PLA TERINO II AIR OfJojt BUshcL
1.1 MK. In lot fl iB to 1 AO j bid.
CEMENT. At wholesale f3(J2 CO at
OUNNIEH.-R-sWrl 2j buth'cll l!c
2 bushols '20q.
HURLAPfi-'Jl bushols corn. 94
15Jc; do 10 02 ICc; 4 bushols Oats 20c; 6
bushels 21c; fl bushel 2.'o. ' "'
SOA P. ScbaoOer't Oerman mnttlod
71c; Champaign sotp, 7Jc
TALLOW, V lb 7c.
CO F F E E Scarce and firm, Java tell-
Ing at SO.",?; Laguayra 2l0JSc; Rio
primo to cholco 2ifJ;6c.
HEOOMS. Dull; common house soil
at 1 50 to 2 50; choice and exua choice
33 70; steamboat 4 COfO 00.
FREIGHT Cotton, cvir Drced u
Now York, 85c; to Bof l. TJn. )
coniprcird, to Nw York i4; to Be' !
RATES To New Orloins and Ticks
burg Potatoes applet, etc, SOc; pors
por pound frolghu 16c cwt; hay i
por ton; wnlskey $1 40 per bbl
TO MIMPH1S Flour, etc loo per bbl
pound ftelghu Ua-ft tmVi hay $4' par
ton; whitkey 80o per bbl; pork 0c per
Joba Q. Uarasn. CbM.TaWupp j
JOIIN tJ HARMAN CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
N'ortb Car. ill 0tU Bl. Mai kta Lmk
Offor for sale at low figures and easy terms
tbe following real acute : -
No 1 An elegant cottage, corner Twelfth
and Locust streets, Is 27 aud:, b 1, tldrd ad.
Lots above grade. & lots In b 4, In what ta
known as tlu "Rldgc mock;" those Iota Tun
through tbe block from r'lfleonth to Six.
toenth streets, and the best residence prop
erty In tbe city adjolnlrig property highly
No 2-Lot 3 and 4. b 15, city, Washington
avenue, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth
atrccta. wett tide. .Oood two-story budding
on each lot.
No 3 Abo, vacant lots S ana C, adjoUdoT
tho above. Lot " 14, b 93, V .dty,
on Sixth .street, outii ,alde,
between Commercial and Washington
nues, will be told 14 tracts to suit pur duster,
very low and oneajry terms. '
Not Lots 7 aud ft, b3. corner of rxir
tccnth and hoplar streeta, front on Poplar
street, wet tide, opposite poat-offlcd block.
No li Splendid business bulldltur, resi
dence In second story, 0 rooms, ball .and
front and rear stairway, water on both floors,
In number one condition; situated on north
west corner of Commercial avenue and
Twelfth street. A great bargain If sold
No 6-I.ots 1, 7 and 9, h 22, city, on
Commercial avenue, beween Fourth and
Fifth streets, Lota 20 and 21, b 23, city, on
WaidilUKton avenuo, botWoeu Filth and
Sixth streets. Terms easy, price low.
No 7 Lot 14, In b is, on Nineteenth
street, betwecu Commercial aveuue and
Poplar street a great bargain. Lot 23, b 65,
1st ad., on Washington avenue".
No fc Two ver) desirable bustnes house
and two lots, on Sixth street between Com
mercial and Washington avenues, will be
sold at terms to pay purchaser rental of 20
per cent cn investment.
No 9-SJx lota In b 29, Jst ad. High
ground. t200each on easy payment.
No 10-Lots 1 and'.', In bi north corner nl
Tenth and Levee streets. Rest bilslnca loca
tion In the city terms casv. Lot 21, 22 and
23 In h 19, 1st ad,, south corner ol Twentieth
and Poplar streets. Alao thro lots in court
house block, fronting on Poplar street.
No 11 A (piendid two-etory residence on
north east corner of Walnut and Mnth
streets, with two lot"r-vcry desirable prop,
No 12 Lots IS and 19, b 79 south side of
Twenty-first street, opposite "Convent
Block ''very desirable for residence pur
No 13 A well Improved farm of 210 acres
00 acres under cultivation j houses abd barn
good orehard, bearing trees ; running water
through farm above overflow. One quarter
mile from station and dcDot ot Cairn Jt t.t
Louis railroad. Wilt bo sold on easy terms
lor 8121 per acre.
ami a.M "
Noll Ten ot the choicest lota, in block
67, 1st addition, abovo trade, bcautintl real
dence location, will be sold at a great bar
gain. We call particular attention to this
property as it will be so.d very lotr.
A TINE CI1AKCK r0K INVESTMENT.
In addition to the foregoing we offer for
sale, or lease, a large number of vacant lots,
n different parts of the city, embracing No
1 bualness and residence property.'
In unimproved lands, we -have for sale
over2&.i00 acres In Alexander and Pulaski
counties, at pricct rangiog from 2 to 916
per acre, and are propaicu to 'offer induce
ment to purchasers that cannot be equalled
In Colorado, Texas or any other place or br
"any other man," A large amount ol landtof
the yery best quality, in Alexander and Pu
laakl counties, belonging to the HllnoUCen
tral Railroad company, for the sale of which
wo aro the Bgents. will be told very low and
on such easy terms that a ncraon nl InHii.t.
ous habits, u Ith a very fmall sum of ready
money, can in a fow years become the
owner of a productive larro. We have
Plats and descriptions of all land offered
for salo and will take nlR.uiirai in ihnarix.
purchaser the property. Title to all lands
sold by us guaranteed, and shown from the
Patentee When rtmilred h adatraxia An.
ply to, JOHN Q. HARMAN ft CO.. '
cor. sixth and Levco sts., CairoIlls.
June 7, 1873.
O. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTION KKHB, - -74
(aiei.'imi) noon) ohki Luvaa,
Bur and 8i,L Rial Khtati,
FURNIHU ABSTRACTS OF TITLB
lad rieptre Ooevttyeaees of Kle4
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