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This Is the only Professional "Urassim
Blrina Band" In Southern Illinois, and It I
Sow ready and pirpared to furnish muilc
In any numbers for
and Parlies of all kinds.
KnWtTTto, Leader, O. .
All communications should bo addressed
inii fl ocrruiarj. wiww .m.w.j .
Corner Twcllta street
ICE! ICE! ICE!
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Somebody to take from us 11 tliournud lull
heads, good paper und llncly printed, (or
Una thousand statements printed at Tin:
Di'LLKTi.v oltlce for ?3.f0.
HU8E, LOOMIS & CO.,
Takes great pleasure In unnounclng that
Ono lhouand note heads, printed at Til s
lli'i.LKTi.N olllco for $1.00: tuothsusindlor
One thouiand btislnon cards, 11 no Ilristol
. . .,..,.t,..i u c i uousami iiuhiicm enruf, mm iirmm
tbey arc bow prepared to supply ever) body boarJ prlotclUt Tl. Iuli.Etin olllco lor
with lake Ice of the very licit quality, either ff0m jq to $1.00, according to size.
at their hoties or nt the More. Order's
ahould be left at the office, No. (10 Ohio
OKDINANOK NO. 7P.
Ah onnnancetocon'.tniitaiuT reconstruct
certain Mdewaiksln tho city of Cairo.
He It ordained by the city council of the
city of Cairo ...
Sue. 1. That the following named ddc
walki be reconstructed ofwood tn the man-
JX1IUH8DAY, JKJJS'K 19, 1871.
CootEST Wain beer In tho city nt tbo
Mosquito wiro screen cloth nt Halloy's
cheaper than tho choapest. 60 1-17-lm
Soda 'VVATin. T. E. Sullivan will
tier hereinafter cxpres-cd, vlx: On the .. u iD0 KlR(s of soda water to bo
wntb Mo of Fourth street between a.li- j' u ' ......
Inirton acil Commercial ntcnttcs: oninu iouhu m mt
Mde of Wellington avenue between J nurt ii
vim. rtrPt! on the north Mdo of Klfth Uohukction. Tho grand lodge of col
Hreet between Washington and Commercial . mstons wm meot to-morrow Instead
avenues; on mc -i ;o
avenue between Klfth nnd Mxtli Mre eti; on
the south lido ol neveiitu sireet, comment
in,, nt ii. n a.i ai.in ni wainm mreci ami cj
tending eauttUty icct; on the north tide of
Hevcmii aircei, ciiuhiciiciok
fide of Walnut !( extending wct to
the new walk fronting the property or J. l .
Turner; on the north side ol Eleventh
of to-day, at announced In The Dilli:
OO TO HTHATTVTt A: Hirif ft'r CtlOlCO
- -1. .1- . -1.1
mrars. colluos. svrups anu cuoicu uiu
peach blow potatoes, hll from Now York,
between Washington avenue and Walnut and just to hand. j-t.-icii
a Bolnt on loMtctho northerly cidc of I)h Is- To too a double-horned threu ton .Sum-
lonftreetto a point aeicnuiitc ni j kUlkn Khlnocoras, you muit como to Koi -
?&!iSoW in.on's great world', exposition, Cairo,
atrcet between I'oiilarandSyramoro Urccts. j 5 1871.
Hun. '. Said walk! flialt bo n-colistructed '
Mfollown: They aliall be MX feet wiue on
top cxcejiton saldavcnuea where they tliall
lie Mien reei wiue; iuu nrau ui iui
All tbo day boardorj In tho city can
bo accommodated Rt tho at. unarie
DxsTnoTEU. It Is aahl that thla year's
tobacco crop throughout western Ken
tucky wilt bo a coinploto failure. Tho
hot, dry wootber has doitroyod all tbo
young plants, and it it now too lato to
plant a fresh crop. Most of tho tobacco
Holds have. beon ploughed up and planted
To Chicago. Tho excursion to
Chicago to attend tbo cornor ctono cere
monies on tho 24th Inst, promises to bo a
grand affair. Tho fare from Cairo via tho
Vlnecnncs road will bo very low, and
tickets good for four days. This faot
of Itsolf will induco many to go toseo re
built Chicago, if for no other reason.
Jluoav ton Sale. St. Louis make;
light, comfortablo and oasy. lias novor
been run much. Is in perfect running
order, noilhor scratched nor fadod. Will
loll very cheap for cash or on time. Alio
light inglo harncM, sound a nd good
Apply at Ualliday Urothars' otllce, Ohio
luvce. W. G. KoimiNS.
Sale or Fink 1 crimes. On Satur
day next Mr. Kobcrti, tho nrtlst, will sell
at puMle auction his entlro soluctlon ol
oil paintings, consisting of lamlicapes, olc
Tho pictures to bo sold aro vory beautiful,
and roproioct somo of tbo moft pictur
oiquo sconory in tho country Tho pUcu
whore tbo salo will Uko plano will bo made
Step and JCxtension J.adJors, Sand
Scroons, Itlddles, Siovus, Shovels, Spados,
Forks, Hoc, lUkes, WatorClosot Urinals,
Kitchen and Com l'ool Sinks, Clothes
lUngers, Ulothes llorjos, Clothos I.lncsn
and, in fuel, u lull a.sortmont of kltchon
and llouso furnishini; goods at A. llal-
loy's, ICS Washington avonue, near Tenth
itroot. oo .17-lm.
Notice to Huimikr. Having started
Ingtobcot wnucoiK ooaniHor plains iu hotel, wilh flrst-class board at sccona ciass up our saw mm again, wo i
fflE&StfM rates'. W-4-lO.tf paro.1 to furnish all kinds of building
laW Feach blow potatoesjust received and for eanl, bou.ht
nnil well niilVml on with at leal six twenty
penny nails In each board or plank, iotbrre
stringers of not less than three Inchc thl:k
hy six Inches wide, firmly set on edge and
StattoN A: lllltt).
The largest assortment ot summer
li .nil-mi on to hilN or cross tics not leM h.t .ml cam In tbo citv nnd for lets
thanthrco Inches wide by six Inchci thick, .... t, iUrtmann. CS-C-l'-'-lf
pUccd crosswise to said Mdewalk at Inter- mouej at i). uariman .
Tals of six feet ; these sl'iewa " at bireei . . . cj and To.
crowings to oe cxtcnjcu into uic tirecn hh - .
they meet the crosswalks. Where the side-1 b&cco In tho city, go to T. h. hullivau s,
walMareoicvaieuauovouicnaiura groumi rmln , .vonue. near Tenth street.
the posts of the trestle work shall be lour
inches square and the sills or croi ties shall
oe piaeeu on cugc amijomeu or muruceu
Into the posts and well cplked on. and the
strlnccrs shall be notched tightly to Bald
sills or cros tics, and In all cai.es blocks ot
wood net lesitban one loot loDg aud three
Inches thick by sl.v inches wide shall be
Disced unuer mc onus oi eaen sin ur
cross tie where the walk is laid on the n
rural ground and under the ends ol each
post where the walk Is elevated by trestle
work, if the trestle work Is over tlirec feet
Tho best in the city.
thouUHnd font Of AfSOIlTED I.UM1IKK that
was colored by flpo water that wo will
ao'l at irom $7 to $10 por 1000 root.
Wall & Kkt.
Diichakoeu. Mr. Glovsna Albortinl
Mexican! Buchanan, or somotblng
like that, arrested a law days
ago on a charge of bigamy, was beloro
Judco liross yesterday for trial. Mr-
Sullivan. T. JJ. Sullivan, solo agont r.nion anpeared for tbo prisonor, and
for Fouquett's Colebratcd 1'crfumod Starch u -VBtson "Webb for tbo prosecution. On
of Gloss, tho bost artlclo of tho kind in tbe tfiaj ,t w&, Ebown that Huchanan's
uso. l'rlce 25 cents per box. tint wife hod Uft bis bod and board, and
romalnod away two yoars. during which
D. Auteu & Co. aro just receiving tbe lim9 nor husband ss ignorant of her
larcest and best asiortod stock of saddles whCrcabouis. Aftor hearing the evidence
?SlLS. &Ufo '&r bno". otc- 0V" troS" 10 discharged.
ItlRCUIT O Lilt
Tho lime of the circuit court yesterday
was taken up In tho trial of tho oaso of
Stratton & Bird vs. tbo Illinois Conlral
railroad company. Somo tlmo latt win
tor Mossrs S. &. II. had a car load of po
tatoes consigned to thorn, and it is claimed
that fhrough tho negllgonco of tho agents
of tho road tho car was allowed to stand
In the yard until tho potatoo woro all
froion, and thus rendered utterly worth-
lost, a. P. Wboolor appeared Mr the
plnihtflTs and Messrs. Oreon & Ojlbsrlfor
Iho dofondonts. Tho jury In tho caio had
not up to tho hour of adjournment of tho
court rendered their veadlct.
l'robnte court was in sossion yestorday,
and disposed of considerable businoss.
Tbo fact that circuit court is also In session
somewhat rotards tho action of tho county
court. An Italian namod Stopen IJuck
inanan was brought beforo tho court on a
chargo of bigamy. Hut owing to an ir-
regularity la tho nmrriago license or in
tho warrant on which ho was arrested, ho
roLICK t UHT.
One of two things is suro. Ordinance
breakers r.rn becoming morn numerous,
of tbo polico aro bucomlng moto vigilent
Hut wo aro disposed to boliavo it is tho
former, for wu uro awaro oi tho fact that
I li polico, tbnugh few In number, aro ns
elllciontand taitliful ks tlmy can be.
Ijou Smith find Mary Cooper were
arrested for being inmatos of a bouse of
lll fnino. Not bolng prepared for trill
their cm n was continuod
Goodrich Elliott, Geo. 1. Ilrown and
Joseph Andrews, for being drunk, woro
lined in small amounts, upon pay
mnnt of which thuy wern allowed to go
their devious ways, njoieing that they
oicapcd so rnslly.
Offi or Lnllufi in his rounds yos
torday uvcrheatJ Michael Harrington
using somo vory naughty language, which
if not checked In proper tlmo might have
provoked nuarrul. -Mr. Harrington was
t taken beforo Judgo Dross, who assessed n
lino of t.vo collars anu tno usual costs
Ilubon Hadford is a very bad co
o'red man, ns aro all mon, whothcr whlto or
black, who indulgo in tho amusing recro
ation of wifo whipping. It was Constable
Gladney lo caught Kubcn lUdford in
this ronrehensiblo businois. llueben was
taken before Judgo llross, and ncknowl
odglng the charge, v.as fined ten dollars
I'atiy llobinson and Maggio Uoston
aro colored girls woll known in police
circles. Tloy aro vary bad girls, and
KEl'OKT OF THE HEOKBTAKY OF
WHAT HAS IIEEN BONK FOll THE
HtTVifV.ltRiin nv fPiti.
a aj a A
Caiko, June 17tb. 1871.
EoiTon IIulletin. Last weolt soveral
of our bonovolont ladios becamo aware of
tho dcstltuto condition of somo of tho fami
lies who lost all they possessed of worldly
goods In tho disastrous llro which occurcd
in our city on Sunday, Juno 7th. Those
ladles, Mrs. Ooss, Mrs. l'opo and
GREAT CHEAP SALE!
WILL OFFER MONDAY, JUNE 8th,
810,000 worth of Now and Desirable Dress Goods, Notion.'
into Goods, Ilosory, Gloves, &c.,bouglit nt their own figure
during tho Great Forced Salo of Umiilin. 11n
Wo aro now able to Oiler tho DOOIiln nf Hnirn ...ml vioinil
Mrs. Thornton, Tlslted thlrtson "1C lllOst desirable Stock of goods ill tllC city lit Sltcll pvicCS I
families, and found ibem with Will illSliro to thnin n Kfiviiur rf
youus win uc sold lor o
nothing but tho suit of clothes they woro
Throe or four families bad managed to save
a fow articles uf furniture, but In n schoi
ched or shattered :ondltlon.
Ono family has six children to movldo
for j another four childron. Tho beads of
theso families havo no employment nnd
no proipeci oi any. uno young woman
was sick and carriod out of thu flro. Sbo
is a seamstress nnd lost what llltln h
hod. Sho Is now .n tbo Sisters' Hostilial
and nocds substantial sympathy.
It need only to bs Intlmatod to tho
clll.ens of Cairo that a brother or sitter
Is In distress, and tho pur so firings scorn
to loosen of ihemiolve. Cairo Is llrst to
the front In ths hour of need. Chicago
can testify to this. Ilut I digress.
1 ho ladies referred to above thought
bost to call a mcutlng of tho charitably
disposed ladins of tbo city, and In accord
unco with that call, rihrouuh Tux
llLLt.KTI.v,) about n ncoro met at tho res
idence of Mrr. S. V. Whooler, on Satur
day, and formod tbemsolvcs Into a sowing
society to make up clothing, otc. It was
received that cucb ono should aend in as
lyiiniiLr mc SDOcnil salu till ''omiii will 1
- . I O Ui 3lVt 1U1 V'llall
fm . W ' -v uwsvi ivy s v '( si
uoinc early and make your selections, as the stock must II
losed out within sixtv days.
Coolest Weln buor in tho city at tho
"fid in t
Having sold out my olllco and practice
to Dr. J. Jonrielle: of )uOu.ir. who
will tuko posiesMon of the olllco tho lath
ol Juno, I besenonk for Dr. Jcntii.ro a
liberal slmro of public natronam-. I
well acquainted with him and km
. .... ... r
to uo a ursl-clitsi uuutlsl, an 1 wtXIliI n
oheorfully rucoiumond blprTu nil of my
friends and patrons, X,, K. DoI'iilas.
All thi'Sii IndoHled to me at il nil ll.oso
having accoujit against me aro rnjuoili .l
to tall aniLettlo m I havo suld out und
intlnd vAnv away thu 13th of Juno.
(I. II. Douiil.AP.
Mr. 0. W. Smith, special agent for tho
Howk Machine Comi-anv. is now
much ready made clothing as could be stopping at tho St. Charles hotel. Tho
Trai. It Intnimcnt, lor obtaining Tnul
TiiiH' from the fun or Htai. !
spared, also nnw material, and of which
abundan:o arrived, and was distributed
to those who needed it. .Mrs. J. O, Har
raou and Mrs. W. 1). Gilbert woro ap
pointed as a commlttoa to solicit coutribu
Uefiuoekatoii?, etc. Mr. C. W. Hon
the aide walk to which a hand rallins or cltv.
inp oi nunc oaK luaiiK uuc men iuicii i'j I . . . . , .,,, -t-.i. I ....
four inches wide oball be securely italkMl: I Tue largest and best-tolected stock d9ri9n lb0 bardwaro morchant, desires to
am smncers, mus crou ties, posn aou of FURN1TUHE for eaio at wnDiosaio c.,i llin KtlonlIon 0f the tiublic to his cs
M?uu ..v.. r ,( . ...... v v. ...... , .. . i,vitiY V.IOIIIIOFF. No. . ,.v . .!.n hi.
lauilBUllluut, nuu IIIUO ua,i.,ai.J v ....
and retail by HEN BY ElOHHOFF, No.
rhattho following walks be con- 115 Commercial avenue.opposito Soventh . , rofrlcerators and fruit cans,
r brick, viz: On the wiuth side ot I .lreei 71 G-17-3ra I . , . b. . , ,
eetbctwcenWashlDgtonandOom- tho formor ho has a number ol the I
be of white or burr
oaks, red ccdsr, locut or mulberry,
sec. 3, That
atructcd of brie
Ehrhlh htrect hotHrim WasliinL'tnn
mcrciai avenues; on mc norm Mae oi tigiiin the iloNiTon. ror tne jtonnor, and most convenient, ouhor lor largo or
Xr.ZriSFZt, ,e" VV best coal Cook Stove ever mado or tho ,miU fsmile.. over otfered in Cairo. He
Ington avenue' between Eighth and Ninth I Kuhlon, the champion wood Cook of tho ls prepared to furnished fruit cans gotton
West, go to A. Halloy's, 108 Washington up jn any pattern and in any quantity on
Skc. 4. Said brick Me walks on the cro-.i
s-trecta shall be ten feet wide and (-aid brkL
Mdcwalk on Washington avenue i-hall be
twelve feet wide. They shall bo construct-
ail of liaril i 1 .-!--. - --''. anu
,.iviVny (aid in herring-bone manner in n
uea ot coarao tanu not ic- man lour incne
thick, placed on a n'rin and substanlblbed of
coal cinders or earth and shall bo so laid to
the grade established by the provision of
ordisancs No ."1. Said walks hhall be laid
with aslope downward toward the curb of
one third of an Inch to the foot; a curbing ol
hound white or burr oak plank three inchc
thick and at least lourteeit inehee wide to
be spiked on with thirty penny nalN, to
aound white or burr oak stakes two and one
half ltet long apd tlireclncl.es fquaro placed
on the outside of said curblugnot more than
live feat apart.
Sec. 6. Tho local Improvements herein
provided lor shall be made by special asu.i
rnents and in accordance with (lie provisions
of sections IS to 51, inclutie of article 'J ol
the act ot the general assembly ol the state
of Illinois, approved April lOtti, 1ST J and en
titled "An act to brovlde for the Incorpora
tion of cltiei and villiages;" and Uie coil and
expenses of the construction and recon
struction of said sidewalks shall be paid out
of funds arialng Irom tid special assessments.
SEC. G. The owner oi nj lav Iruming on
any of the tldswalks, provision for the
building or rc-constrjction ot which U made
by the ordinance, shall bo allowed thirty
uays alter me lime at wiucn mil oruinancc
anaii take cnect, in wnicu to tiuiui or re-con-atruct
said ride walks as the case may be, op
posite hii lot and thereby relieve tho tame
irom asset-ment; provided that the work
fthatl In all respects conform to the require
ments of this ordinance and be done to tho
satisfaction and approral of the committc on
Sec. 7. Upon the expiration of said thirty
days, the city clerk shall publish notice for
ten daya in the newspaper publishing the or
dinances of the city, neitiog forth that stilcd
bids for furnishing the material or doing tbo
work, or both, lor tho construction anu re
construction of said sidewalks directed to
the city council will be received it hU olllco
tip to the time of the mectinjr of the cltv
council for the opening of said bids, which
mtetlng shall not be earlier than t elvc nor
later thin eighteen days from the date ot
aald notice, whlth notice shall Hate the time
of Mid meeting and describe the work to ho
done by referring to tho ordinance, giving
Its number and date ot approval, and that
sabi ordinance Is subject to examination at
any time at bis oltlce. Bald bids shall bo
pined by th dork In the presence of the
council and the contract for doing the work
or furnishing tbe material or both, for the
con.tnictlon and reconstruction of said hide
walks shall b awarded to the lowest respon
sible bidder, who shall suttlclcnlly guarantee
to the stlsfctlon or the city council the
furnishing of aald material or the perform
ance ol wild work or both under the super
intendence ot the committee on street
Within such time or Uiik, a, niay bo tlxed by
contract ol aald city council shaft then Jci-m
It expedient to do so. Ifoaldbld, aro not
satisfactory to the city council they may
reject any or all of them and may then or
thereafter authorize said sldewalkn to bo
constructed and re-conttnicted by such
axenu at. they may think proper.
Approved June lltb, 1H74.
... . Jons Wood, Mryor.
Attest: WIllK, lUwKiHH,
company wnut a llrst class agont in Cairo,
and -Mr. Smith is prcparod to otlor npecia!
inducements to ono of tho right kind. The
machine Is woll known horo as well s In
other section of country wboro sewing
tions frojt tho mercbanti. Tho meeting machines are in uso, and In kact, as woll j
.1 J ( . I . . ... .. t..:
as oy ropuiauon, is too very uoii I
and most talablo machinu manulac- l
tureil. Any parson desiring an agency i
will please call on Mr. Smith, at tho St.
Oharles hotel, for a trw days -10 U.&-U
then adjourned to moot on Monday after
noon to sew.
Monday and Tuesday afternoons about a
dozen ladios mot at Mrs. Wheoler's and a
busy time wo bad. Two sewing machines
woro constantly at work, and Miss Hattie
heolor and Miss Kmma lllley sowod so
raplCly and mado su6h music that I as-
suro you, sir, gossipplng was at a dis
count. Ten pairs of shsets weromade and
distributed; besides pillow-slips, shirts,
underwear, etc. Mrs. Harmon and Mrs.
Fou Bent An
75 CM Ct
Gilbert collected SCO. Mrs. Dr. Wardner
spond their ovonings in dram shops and Und Mrs. Miles Gilbert were tolocted as
loitering a. out tho strcots. It was on this a, purchasing committee Madams
avenue, near Tonth
1 -uG 7-m
ii. Aivter & Co. are just receiving tho
largest and bost assorted stock of saddles,
bridles, harness, etc., ever brought to this
The Best. Win. Ludwlg, harness
makor, cornor of K'gbt street and Com
mercial evenue, has tbo best supply of
harness, saddles, bridles, etc., in Southern
Illinois, and sells them as cheap as the
Correction. The new scales being
put on the Illinois Central track opposite
tho St. Charles aro tbe property of II all 1
day Bros., and not the Illinois Central
Bailroad Company, as stated in The Bul
letin yestorday morning.
Yocuw. Circuit Clark Yocum is kept
as busy ai a bee tbsse court times, but
nevertheless, be discharges tbe duty of bis be a stop put to it;
otllce with ability, and gWss the greatest
satisfaction to all hobave business with
blm. As circuit clork, Mr. Yocum is a
Yon Stoves, Tlnwaro,loiletware, steam
cooking vessels, broilers, bird cages, Ian
erns, gato springe, gate hinges, tablo and
pocket cutlery, fluting Irons. Also for
rooDng, gutters and spouting, go to A.
Halloy's, 168 Washington avenue, near
Tenth ilreet. CC 4-17-lm.
1 tho shortest notice. iiDhssa large sup
ply of the most approved make on hand,
which he will disptso of on the most rea
sonable terms. Uo invites an examina
tion of bis stock.
Street Loafers, If there is one habit
in which young men 'are apt to indulge
that is more reprabenslblo than anotho,
It is tho habit of mating on street cornori,
and Indulging in loud and boisterous con
versation. There is a lot of young men
in Cairo that bavo fallen into this habit,
and night after night congregate at tbe
corner of Twelfth street and Wathington
avenue, in front of The Bulletin offico,
blocking up tho sidewalk, and by their
loud talk and unseemlng conduct mako it
vory unpleasant for residents of that
neighborhood. Will tho police oflicors tako
notice ol this fact, and see if thoro cannot
Brown. Health Officer Brown is dis
charging tbe duties of his position in a
most satisfactory manner, though he
makes a very littlo noise about it. Tbe
:ity Is being placed in excellent sanitary
condition, a fact that all our citlzons will
be glad to learn.
Coolest We'in beer in tho city at tho
Health and run is v atkk. l'ersons
wauling cisterns ropairod or now ones
built can bo accommodatol in a satisfac
tory manner by calling on tbo under
signed on Cross street, or by addressing
box 070, r. O., or by leaving word at city
clork's ofli-o J. S. Hawkinh.
Why Miss Anna, whore did you gei
that nico hat? At Mrs. HultE Mil
Hnory storo, cornor of Washington av-
enuo and Klevonth street. Shu has the
latest fashions, and tbe nicest and cheap-
est bats that over camo to Cairo.
Okoanizeu. On Sunday last, after tho
Sunday school convention at Tbebei con
cluded its'work, Messrs. Gamble and Beod
drove over to Hugblin's school house,
where, by appointment, thoy wcro U
assist in tho organization of a now Sun
day echool, About one hundred people
had assembled at tbo school houso, all
anxious for tho organization of tho tchool.
Aftor tho preliminaries wero gone through
with, an election for ollicers was held and
resulted in the cboito of tho following gen
tlemen t Superintendent, Mr. Georgo
McCrite; Libarian, Mr. D. D. C. Hargii;
I. B. Hargis, secretory; and M. Smalling,
treasuror. Tho school starts out with a
membership of upwards of fifty scholars,
and oicollently otlicsred.
The chief of polico has orders
to inforca tbo ordinance In rela
tion to tbe renting or Icailng
Jchs Q, IUrmjo; i
J. O. HARMAN & CO.
CONVEY AN CKttS,'
And ljud A Bents ol the Illinois Central and
uuningiou aua Missouri u. ji. o.
North Uor.8ixt.il aud Ohio Lowe,
MlLLINEUY OOODB AT COST. Mrs
Brlggs, Commercial avenue, corner Tenth
street, wishes to inform the ladles of Cairo
and vicinity that for tho noxt 30 days she
will sell her summer inllllnory at eosf
Please call and examine her goods, If
you wish something lino at a low price1
Tbe Twemttninth old John Bob
inson's mammoth circus and monagorie
will bo her on tht 29th Inst., on which
oocaslon wo may expect to sou Cairo liter
ally Jammed full of people. Kxcarsion
parties ar being made up and special
trains will be run on all tht roads leadin
to tho city.
Uoulest "NY oils buer in tho city at the
Thalia. 113-0.12.1 w.
houson to lewd women, and will
to-day servo tbe proper notlcos on owners
ot bouses occupied by women of that cliur-
actor, of tbolr intention. Tbe otllcors Und
authority for thU movo in the following
under the head of "Nulaanco," scfilons 'Si'J
and 231, of the rovised ordinances:
Hection 333, r-acn anu every muse ol
lll-famo, bavidy houso, assignation bouse,
or other bouse oi placu within thu limits
of tbo city ol Cairo, Kept or muliitainud
for the practice oi lormcauon, or illicit.
commerce or tnat character, in ueroby
declared to bo a Dublin nuisance, ana as
such shall be subject to all tho laws tn
acted or In torco lor tno anatomoni, re
moval or suppression ot tha same.
Sec. 234. It shall ba and is heroby de
dared to bo unlawful for tho owner ol any
house, nluco or tenement wunin said city
limits, or for bis agent or attorney, to let
or lease tha samo lor tno purposes men
tloned in tbo preceding suction, or to
knowingly xutler any ono who may bo in
possession thuroof, undor any leaso or
agreement witn mm, so to use, occupy or
possets, tho same; and overy suoh owner,
agont or attorney, who shall knowingly
lease or lot any pramlses within tho limits
of this city for such purpose, or who shall
knowingly sudor or permit tho use or oc
cupancy thereof, for the same, shall forfeit
and pay double tha valuo ol tho ronts of
sucn houso or lonemonl lor thu tlmo It
shall be so occupied, used or poisoned, to
bo recovered by an action of debt before
any court having Jurisdiction. of the samo,
tbo one-half to thu Informer, tbe othnr
half of tho penalty to bo paid to the city
charge that Sargent Cain arrested them
and Judge Dross fined thorn ten dollars
and costs tach.
A Logro man named Mosos King,
and bis wke wore indulging in a family
fight when constable McNutly stopped in
upon tbem aid placed thorn both undor
arrest. Mrs King refused to accompany
tho oliicer atd ho was compelled to call
for assistance to tako her to jail. Cross
flcod tbom five dollars and costs such for
disturbing tho peace, nnd Mrs. King fif
teen dollars and costs for resisting tn
Kato Kr.ox, proprietress of tho no
torious laglno on Fifth street, known as
tho "Flat Top, was beforo
his honor for cruel treatment
of a. child while Kit in her care,
Somo tirno ago Klla Moron, a prostitute,
being about to leave tbo city, placed tbe
child in Mrs. Knox'i hands, to bo taken
care of until her (I.. la Boron's) roturn.
It was proven on tho trial that Mrs
Knox was in the hal.t of brutally mal
treating the child, a several occasions
whipping it until tU little thing's skin
was black and blue Judgo Dross took
tha child away I-otn bor and sont
It to tho hc.ptal, anil in addition assessed
a fino of 125 and cans against tho inhu
Tho steamer Cbai Dodmann was at tho
landing ysstcrday, aid sometime during
tho afternoon Fostor Wright and Blisha
Collins and Ed. Wll. ams, stokers on tho
boat, got into a quarrtl in which Williams
was worsted. Wllllas sworo out a war
rant for Collins and "Wright, who on lean
Ing this fact took tao of tht boat's
yawls and wett across tho
rivortoovado arrost. Tho warrant was
placed inShorlfT Irvics hands, and Ham
determined to bring tao fugitives back,
and ho did it, not, however, without an ox
citing chaeo after tbtm Ho procured a
skiff, and accompanied iy two fishermen,
slartad aflor thorn. Tue fleoing mun
worked hard, but after coming to a point
in tno aiifl'itsippi rivor oiinosito Hirers
point, wero overlmulcd by Uo sheriff and
bis party and brought back to the city.
They were taken boforo Judgo Dross,
when thoy oiimrcd tbo plea f gulty to
tbo cbargo of hting, They wero oach
lined ilvo doilsrs and costs, which thoy
paid and wore uncharged.
Gois, Thornton, and Wardnor, as dlstrlb.
uting committee. A secretary was
solcctod, with h requoit to have
tbo proceodincn published, and
stato what wcro tbe contributions and ex
pendl'.ures in this causo. Our peoplo
wero such cheerful and liberal givors, it
would bs impossible to partloularize. Wo
can only say in tbe words of our Savior,
"That as yo fad tho naked and did it unto
the least of (bose, yo did it unto me,"
Collected ...ICO 00
Ono ploct of sheeting 4 CO
Tun pairs of pillows 9 00
Ticking, shotting, etc 7 15
Dlsbos, spoons, knives,
forks, etc 12 30
Two stovch and pi no 1C 00
Miis. K. 0. Ford, Sec'y.
Coolest Wii beer in the city nt the
Thalia. C3 C-12-lw.
A liroe lo(of choico sugars, syrups
coffoes, otc, just rccolvod and for salo by
79-C-1C-21 Stbatton & Bird,
I'UBNITI KK AT AUCTION,
I will sell or Monday inornlnir, June
2'ind at 8 and 1) o'clock at tho residonce
of Mrs. Vandiyonter on Ninth street.
betweon Wasbi!3ton Tonuo and Walnut
stroet, bodstsadi wardrobes, wasbstands,
coutor tables, cm parlor not, chairs, tables,
carpots, mtrrori ono extension table, a
full dining root ,ot, dishes, glasswaro,
cooking stove, kitchen turnituro and
many othor arti-im used in keeping house.
Louimi. Mtbrsi, Auctiouoor.
Thk uaroor mop K oll bno. corner ot
Kightb stroet and Commercial avenuo
whoro J. Goorgi Stionhouto with bis gen.
tlomanly asslstiats can bo found at any
hour of thodayor night, ready to sootho
your fenllogs with a smooth shave, or cool
your tomper and bead with a good Bham
poo. It is a firit-class shop, and you aro
sure of recoivmg first-class troatmont.
Ladios' and chlllron'B hair cut or curlod
after tho most approved Btvlcs, 8-16-tf
D. Arteii & Co. aro Just receiving tbe
largest und bost tseortud stock of saddles,
bridles, harnoss, ttc, ovor brought to this
Dr. Schenck'h 1'ui.iioxic Hyrlt, Sea
Weed Tonic, and Mandrake I'ill.
Those medicines have undoubtedly per
formed more cures of Consumption than
any othor romcdy known to tho Amon-
can public. Thoy are compounaoa oi
vegetable ingredients, and contain noth
ing which can bo injurious to tbo human
constitution. Other romedies advertised
ns euros for Consumption, probably con
tain opium, which is a somewhat danger
ous drug in all cases, und if taken froely
by consumptive pationts, it must do groat
injury; for its tondoncy is to conlino the
morbid raaltor in the system, which, of
courso, must rnako a euro Impossible.
Schonck's Pulmonic Syrup is warranted
not to contain a particlo of opium: It is
compoiod of powerful but harmless herbs,
whioh act on tho lungs, liver, stomach,
and blood, and thus correct all morbid
secretions, and expel all tbe diseased mat
tor from tho body. Theso aro thu only
means by which consumption can he
cured, and as Schonck's Pulmonic Syrup,
Soa Weed Tonic, and Mandrake Pills aro
tho only medicines which oporato in this
way, it Is obvious thoy are tho only gen
uine euro for Pulmonary Coasumption
Bach bottle of this Invaluablo modicino Is
accomnanied by full diroctionB. Dr.
Schonck In provisionally at his principal
olllco. corner Sixth and Arch strcots
Philadelphia, ovory Monday, whero all
lottors for mlvlco must bo addrtssod,
Coolest Wolss boor m tho city at tho
0. 0. Bodon, Director of Conservatory
of MubIc, and Teacher of Vocal, Organ
nnd Piano Music, Instruction given in
all stringed and wind instruments, Klo
mentary principlos, thorough bass, har
mony and counter point. Unprecodentod
inducements olforod, Thoso wishing to
securo his services will ploaso apply at
tho Conservatory of Music cornor of
Twolfth stroot nnd Washington avonuo.
Pianos tuned and repalrod.
Druoh. For tho best pure drugs go to
P, K. Sullivan's, Commercial avenuo noar
Tonth street. Inscriptions carefully
propared at ull hours day and "'K1
A CHEAT SAOBIFIOE.
Twolvo yards grenadino for $1 and
many other goods at similar prlcea to bo
bad at Daniel Hartman's. OH-S-l'.'-tt
Card. Tex a Grand Prize Conc krt.
Tbo Hon.. tat. T. D. Wilson, mayor of
Houston, and tho city council, ondorsos
tbe untorprlso as follows :
Houston, Texas, April 2D, 1871.
Wo, the undersigned, regard tho Bcal
Kstato Distribution, which J. K. Tostor
proposes to rnako on the 'JOth of July
next, in this city, at calculated to promoto
improvements, and placing within thu
reach of many, who olberwiso would bo
unable, a chance to secure a homo for
them and thoir families, and having from
our long acquaintance with him, ovory
confidence in his integrity, wo Icol justi
fied in saying, that wo boUove he will
carry out bis distribution honestly and
fairly, accorrding to his advertised plan.
James T. D. Wilson, Prod Stanley, !
W. Hoitman, B. b McDonougb, B. B.
Baer, John D. Usher, John Mahor, Bob-
ort B'irni, N. P. Turnor, M. Harring
Capital I'rtzo 10,000 Gold. Ton Bet!
dences in Houston : Population 20,000,
and tho railraad centro of tho stato, and
nearly ICO tracts of land in dilferent por
tions of tbo state. Valuo of pii7.es, 110,
000 ; 73,000 tickols, at i'l each. Address
J. E. Foster, Manager,
T. W. House, Treasuror.
And metalic cases at Wilcox's block at
much less than usual prices -15-C-C-tf
Ten pounds of brown sugar for tl ;
8 pounds best coffoo sugar at $1, 1 pounds
of choico buttor at $1; baking powdor d5c
por lb ; Imperial tea at $1 ; 3 lbs coffoo
Jl.at Wilcox's Block. 107 2-1-lm.
IOK CBKAM PABLOB.
T. B. Ellis, at tho Arlington houso,
horeby annouueos that ho has opened an
Ice cream parlor at tho Arlington houso
for tho accommodation of tho public
Families supplied. All orders promptly
attendod to. 71-5-17-tf
IMS AT STssiti:n
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 711 Ohio Levee, CAIKO, ILLS
SSTSpcclal attontlou given to conxlgn.
nit'iitN mid tilling urilorw. ll-'i tl
Groceries, Provisions, Etc,,
3NTo. HO Oliio Tjovoo
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents,
71 Ohio Lkvek, (Second Floor,)
Ituy and Ki ll UKAI. KSTATII, Pay TASKS,
Kurnlnlieb Attract nt '1 itle.
Marine Cliromctcr, for Keeping the C orrci t
And all kinds or Watchwork done al
timi: kkit nv
A Kit' I Stock ol
WATCH IIS, CLOCKS, JEH'KLKUY,
SPECTACLES, TOOLS AMI
ISTolo Aeotit for tbo Celebrated Karl
No. ISO, WiHMXOTOX AvitNir,
70 0-1 4-1 m.
I take pleasure in calling
the attention of tho public to
my fesh and full stock of
new and elegant Furnituro, at
my Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and "Washington Ave
nue. My stock embraces
JJcdsteads, Wadrobcs, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, J3ng
gios, Matrasses and, in a word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my lino.
This being tho only manu
factory of Furnituro in this
city, 1 propose offering bettor
goods at lower prices, and
havo mado a large redjction
in the prises of all my goods.
Oil) fti.d cxamino my stock
aiuI securo an outfit of choice
Furnituro. To the wholesale
trado I oiler special induco
monts. Note the plaeo
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholof-nlo niid ltotnil Dealer in Fur
nituro and JUutriiKses.
NEW YOllK STOxilfi,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
IAUQHST YAaUBTT STOCK IV Till 0ITT
OOOD3 SOLD VBKY ULOUB.
flktrssar of Hlsaetoausb atraat stsaa Oosu
taartfsU A vea a
OAIBO, ILLINOIS. i
C, O, PAVIstP