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Tlili l Ine on'f Professional ''II rass ail
Striae Hand" In Southern Illinois, and It I
no w ready and puparcd 1 furnl'b musk
in any numbers lor
and Parties of all kinds.
Kt. WtTTIO, Loader, (I. C. JloDKW, Sco'y
All rotnmuiilcation should bo nddrc.-flil
tothe Beeretary. Contort alpryoT Music,
Corner Twclltti street aud Uhlnston
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HU8E, LOOMIS &. CO.,
Tikci great plcasur In nnnotinclng that
thsy arc now prepared to supply everybody
with lake Ice or the cry licft quality, either
nt their house oral the More?. Order
should be loll at the olllcc, No. 00 Ohio
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
Wholcnalo ami ltctall Dealers In
PUKE LAKE IOK,
Cairo, lllinoii, and Col urn bun, Koutucky.
Cairo olllco at lltilcn & AVllsoh's, vomer
Twelfth street nnd Ohio levee.
Wo ivlll rim .1. 1 ? "'io"i uc
rason, dcllvatlng 1'ure iko lie I" ll,l 1"" 1
ft the city at the lowest inatket price, and
olll dlso luinlMi our friends ontudu the city
With Ice. hv tha cake or ear load, packed la
vw dust, ror shipment to Biiy iliMnnce.
ft r-"fl-t r
OUDINANOE NO. 7f.
An oniinancotoeontnietaiuT recou-iiiict
certain sidewalk In tlie elty ol Cairo.
lie It ordained by the city council of the
tity of tulro
Hec. 1. That Ihe following named side
walk lie re-constructed ofwood In tin' nine
tier hereinafter oxprck-cd, !.: On tho
mnih side or Fourth street between ah
Iwrtnii and Commercial nietiucs; oil the weft
ihlo of Wtshlnirton au'lillc between Fourth
and Fifth streets: on the north elite of Filth
treet between VViedilngton and Commercial
avenue; on tne ran nine oi aMiingion
avenue between Mini ami mxiii sirceis; on
tha south dido of rieventh street, commonc-
ini' at Hie I'akt lilt or Walnut street and c.v-
Undine cast llity leet; on the north eldo or
sevcniu street, coiiiiiieneiuK me rt,
MUe or walnut nil-eel ana oxienuing wcno
tl new walk rronttnc me property ot .1. i
Turner: on tho north hide ol Eleventh rect
betwgen Washington nvenuc and Walnut
Ktreet: on the oast side ot l'nnlnr street from
a point opposite the northerly Mite of I1 It-
ton Mrcct to a point pcvcnty-llv'u (7i) feet
north or tho northerly side of Twenty.it
street; on tho south side r Twciily-liret
street between l'onlarnndSvcamoro slreel.
Skc. t!. Said walks (-hall be re-constructed
ai follows: Thoy shall be six leet wide on
top except on tald avenue whero they shall
he seven feet wide; the head or top cover
ing to be ot white ink board or planks two
(2) Inches thick and not more than eight
Inches wldo, the lnld llnu lo be. lour leet
distant from the front lino of thu lot-, except
on aald inclines where it bo live feel
distant; said boards or plank to bo laid
erosswlKo with the sidewalk and (irmly set
and well spiked on with at leat six twenty
penny nails in each board or plank, to three
Btrlni,'cr.sornot less than tlireo Indies thick
by sir Inches wide, firmly set on edge and
well spiked on to sills or cross tie. not less
than thrco Inches wide by six Inches thick,
Placed croiiWloQ to atd slitiiwalks at Inlcr.
val or six rect; thoso sidewalk at street
crossings to be extended into the streets till
they meet the crosswalks. Whore the side
walk aro elevated above the natural lrrniiml
the posts or tho trestle work shall be tour
lucucs atjuare and tho tsllU or eros ties shall
bo placed on edgo audjolncd or morticed
Into the pom and well spiked on, aud the
ninngcm snail we noieiieil lllitiy to said
sills or cross ties, and in all eaes blocks ot
wood not ies man ono toot loni; and tlireo
inciici tlilck by six Inches wido sliall bo
piaccu unuor tlio end or each sill or
erostlo where tlie walk is laid on tho na
tural grotinu and under tho ends ol each
posiwiicro tlie walk is elevated by tresth
worK. Jt mo trestle work Is oor three leet
hlh, the sumo shall be linnly liraced and
thu Hosts extended two ami :i 1 1 1 rr,
the side walks to which a haad rallini; or
t.iiui-un juaiiK uuu incil llllcll ny
rour inches wide shall bo Hcetirely nalh'il;
Raid stringers, sills, cross ties, po-ts ami
ktouuu mocKs snail ie or white or burr
oak, red cedar, locutor mullierrv,
SKC.n. That the rollowlni; walks he con-
sxnictcu ot urick, viz: On the south side ol
tlSbth street between Washington and Coin,
mcrclal avenues; on tho north side of Kliihtli
treet between Washington avenue ami
Walnut street, and on tho eat Ide of Wa-h.
I union avenue between Klglith and Ninth
Skc. 4. Said brick side walki on tlm ,t,
streets shall bo ten rect wido and said brick
sidewalk on Washington avenue shall bo
twelve rect wide. They shall ho construct
ed or hard well burned brick, coroucvly nd
properly la d in lierrlnL'-bono manner In .-
bed of coar.io and not Jess than rour Inches
iuick, ixaccii on a linn anu substantial bod of
eoai ciuucra or cartliantl snail bo so laid t
the grade established by tho provisions of
orainanco -o sj. sjaid walks shall bu laid
with u slope downward toward tho curb of
ono mini ot an inch to the root; a curbing nt
sound whito or burr oak plank three Indies
thick aud at least fourteen Inches wldo to
be spiked on with thirty penny nalU, to
sound white or burr oak stakes two and ono
hair leet long and threo Inches square placed
on the outside of laid eurbiiufnut more than
live reet apart.
Src. 6. Tho local Improvements horein
provided for shall be made by special a-fce-luenU
and in accordance with Ihcprovlslous
or sections 18 to 81, Inclusive or article II of
tha act ol tho general assembly ot tho stato
or Illinois, approved April lutlt, 1872 and on
tilled "An act to brovide for the incorpora
tion of cities and Yllllages;" aud tho cost and
expenses or tho construction and recon
struction of said aldewalka shall bu paid out
or funds arising from said special ussut.
.Skc. C. The owner oi any lot Ironting on
any or tho sidewalks, provisions for tho
buililinKorre-constructloii of which Is made
by tho ordinance, thall bu allowed thirty
tlm ltr the tune at which toll nniiioui....
nhall take elleet, In which to build or re-con-atruet
said sidewalks an thu case may be, op.
poslte his lot aud thereby relluvo the same
Irom ati-csnmunt; provided that thu work
shall in all respects conform to tlie icnulru
inents or this ordinance aud be done to thu
satisfaction and upproul ot the eominltto on
hwi. ; 7. Upon tho expiration of said thirty
daya. the city clerk shall publish notice for
ten days In thu newspaper puhllthinK u,, nr.
dluaoees orthe city, seitfog forth that soiled
bids tor furnishing the material or doing the
work, or both, tor thu contructlon una re
construction orsahl sidewalks directed to
thu city council will bu received at his ollieo
uptoUiu time or tho meeting or the clt
eounellfor the opening or said bids, which
meeting shall uov be earlier than twelve nor
later than elRhUen day, from thu dsto ol
fcttitl npUe, which notice shall state the tlmu
of aalu lot ellnL' anil i1i rlK.. ).,. u....t. . .. . .
done by rel'srriinj to thu ordinance, glvlnir
Its number uotl tlntu ut ,,r,.v.i ..,V ,,
aaltl onllnanco is subject to exai'duutloii ut
any time at his olHei-. Hald 1,1,1. si.VAi iU.
Dpenetl by tlie elork In tho presence of thn
uounell ami tho contract for doing the work
or furnlshlm: tbe material or both, lor tl,.
construction and re .construction ora!d sldu-
waiiiB snail tjeawarneti to tho lowest respon
aiuio mailer, who shall sulllchntly guarantee
to the aatlsractlon ol' the elty council tho
iiirmtinng oi sam material or tho perforin,
auce ot said work or both under the super
luiwniinncjt nl llift , jtniiiiltt.w. .in l......
within ain h time or limes as may be llxed by
contract ot.altl city council shall then deem
it, ,.-(it;unjni to no so. ir sum bids ai not
" ny council un;y muy
ii u.i ,i uinu huii iimy men or
ftt.cfcauti-i auvuuriie sain sitiewaiKs ui be
vuiistrucveu uini rc-comuructca hv nul.
.(it iiui as inev may tiunk proper.
Approved June lltli.lH'
.ioiin wood, Mryur.
WILL K, llAWKINH,
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Sotncboilv to tike from its :i thousand hill
htnds, good paper and lluely pntitcJ, lor
Ono thousand statements printed nt 'I'm:
Hfl.LKTlN olllco lor if.'l.oO.
Ono thousand note head printed at Tiik
Huli.ktin olllco for $1.00: two thousand lor
Ono thousand 1iuIiicm card', lino Bristol
board, printed nt Tin: Htjt.i.i'.Ti.v olllco .lor
from to 1.00, nccordlhg to size.
FKIDAY, JUNK 10, 1874.
Ciuiicoal Furrmcoi at T.J. KkuthV.
Uoolkst AVelsa boer in tho city nt tho
JIojcjuito wiroscreott cloth at HnlloyV
chouper than tho choapost. CO 1-17-lin
Soda Watku. T. K. tiulllvnti will
givo you tho boit glass of toda walor to bo
tound in tho city.
All tho day bonrdura in tbo city cnti
tin arnnntlttrutivtud At l U 'V...ln
hotol, Willi llrst-class board at second clasa
ratei. VJ 4-10-tf
CltAbiOAi. in ntiy miiUntit to suit
purchusornt T. J. Kxkth'h. 87.ClP.tf
Tho largest aisorliucnt ot summer
hats nnd cans in tho city uiul for Icjs
money nt 1). liar tin anV. HH-O-rJ-tf
Ckiahs. For tbo best Clgitrs nnd To
bacco in tho city, go to T. K. uuIIIvmi's,
Commercial avonuo, nnnr Tontli street
Tlio best in tho city. Cl G-10-tf.
Sullivan. T. K. Sullivim, ?olo agent
for Fowpjelt's Colobrntcd I'orfutned .Starch
of Glo, tho bust iirticlo of tlio kind in
U!o. l'rfco 25 cents nor box.
1), AitTKH As Co. nro just receiving tho
largest nnd bent assorted stock of t-adillu.
bridles, liarnots, otc, ovor brouglit to this
Just rscolvod and for salu by AIntlius
ti Uhl 20,000 pounds cloar sidoj, 10,000
pounds hams, 10,000 pounds shouldors,
20 boxis lomons. 8'J-CJU-lt
Stkebt Killing A numbor of tntttns
aro iWl omployod in imuiing inn kiiu
filling. ho low placoa on Walnut stront
nenr lix'e church.
Crmr AVoon. Oood lutntnor sttvo
wood :an bo had at tho box and basjut
ractoy for taking it nway. This is cor
tain!; choap onough. Oi! C-lC.:tt
Tfr. largost nnd best-solected Blocl:
of HUKN1TURK for fixlo at wholo.-nlo
Mdrotnllby 1IKNUY EIUHUOPF, No
J1C, Commorcinl ovcnuo,opposlto Snvonth
etreet. cl O-17-Jui
Tun Monitor. For tho -Monitor, tho
bctt conl Cook Stovo ovor rniido or tho
Faihion, the chnmpion wood Cook of tho
Woit, go to A. Halloy'e, 108 Washington
avetue, nenr xontn etroet.
D. Artkr ic Co. nro just receiving tho
largott and boet assorted stock of saddles!
bridlci, harness, otc, ovor brought to this
Sow.TtiiNO Nkw. IJucks Crystal
Drillitnt with glass oven doors. No oc
casioato hnvo burnt broad. Call und sou
it at T. J. Ki:tii'h. 87-0-1'J-tf
AVanti-.I). At tho St. Ohnrlcs hotol
immediately, a smart, nctivo mnn who enn
milk cow and mnko himself generally
aioful. No intomporatu man noud apply
Masons, A largo number of promi
nont colored masons arrived in thu city
yesterday afternoon to attend tho sossion
of tha grand lodge, which commences It
session here to-duy.
Lkathek, Too. Tho 'Sun' is mistnko
In regard to tho mayor's proclamation
with rogard to muzzling dogs. Tho may
or doos not say that loathor muzzles will
not do. Either loathor or wire will do,
so tho dog is muzzlod.
The Ukht. AVm. ljudwig, harnos3
makor, corner of K'ght strexit and Com
mercial ovonuo, has tho best supply of
liarnoss, saddles, bridloi, otc, in Southern
Illinois, und sells thorn as choap as tho
Kon Stovku, Tlnwttro,toiiotwnro, stoam
cooking vossols, brollors, bird enges, Inn
ems, gata springs, gato hinges, table und
pocket cutlory, fluting irons. Also for
rooting, gutters and spouting, go to A.
Halloy'e, 108 Washington avonuo, near
Tenth street 50 4-17-ltu.
Still On:. Tho uruak in tho sower
at tho cornor of Fiftli street and Com
mercial nvonuo is still opon, nud resi
dents in that neighborhood complain that
t Is a sorious detriment to thorn in getting
to und from their promises with tonms or
Coolubt AVola- beer in tho citv nt tho
Thalia. Oil 0-l''.lw.
llK.At.Tjt anu l'uiiK sVatkk. l'orsons
wanting cisterns rupulrod or new ones
built can bo accommodate! in n uatlefnc.
tory iiiaiinor by calling on the tuitlor-
signed on Cross etroot, or by nddresslng
box "), P. O., or by leaving word nt oily
clerk's olllco J. S. Hawkins.
Mr. AValls.ii 111 Wo regret to
ltarn of tho serious lllnot of lUv. Mr.
AValUr, who was taken tick very suddon.
ly at a WW. hour night boforo last. AVo
were unablo to loarn thu naturo of his ill.
no i. Ho was no bottur Ut cvoiilng.
MlLLINKUY' llOODS AT CjST.Mr
Drlggs, Commorcial nvonuo, corner Toutlt
stroet, wishes to Inform tho Indies of Cairo
and vicinity that for thu next !10 day she
will sell hor summer mlllinory hi cott
l'loasu call and oxaminu hor goods, II
you wish eomtlhing lluo at a low prico.
Coolkkt AVeiss beer in tho city nt tho
I'A'balia. W 0-1'J.lw.
Nbw Ukktist. Dr. J. ,1. Jonnotle,
Dr. G. K. Douglas' sucooisor, has tnkon
hargo of his olllco on Eighth etroot and
is projiarod to wait upon all who may ro-
qtiiro bis eoivlcci, Tho toothloit ho will
tooth, and those who havo tooth ho will
mako toothlcif, if doslrod. Olvo him a
To OltlCAUO. Tho Illinois Oontral will
coll oxcurelon tickets to those, wishing to
attend tho corner ttono corouioniue nt Chi
cago on tho 1 1th Inst, for $11. 10. Tickots
will bo good on nil pasiongor trains from
tho 231 to tbo 28th. This will onablo nil
who doslro to villi Chicago to do so for a
K.NiottTd ok Pythias, Notice. Tho
mombori of Aicnlon Lodgo No, 61, K, of
I'., will moot In council in thoir "Caitlo
ltn.11" tl,is Prldny ovoning at 8 o'clock
sharp. Olllcorn utid motnbors nro ro-
piostod to bo prompt in thoir attendance.
Visiting knight nro cordially invited to
meet with us. John II. Oiikuly,
68-1','lf-lt Chancollor (ommuhdor.
llUQOY mil r)ALK. Ml. liotiis make:
light, comfortnblo and ensy. Hits tmver
boon run niiieli. I In perfect running
order, neither scratched nor faded. Will
oil very cheap for cash or on tlmo. Alto
light single harness, sound it nd good
pply at llal'.iday lirothers' olllco, Ohio
leveo. AV. CI. IColiliINS.
UALBor 1'I.Nii P ciuiiK.s. On Hattir-
day next -Mr. Itoborts, thu artist, will sell
nt public auction his entire soloctloti ut
oil paintings, consisting of Inndscipes, otc.
Tlio pictures to ho sold urn very buautifitl,
and represent sonio of tho most pictur
uiipio Econory in tho country. Tlio jdnco
whero tho snlo will tnlto plnco will bo miulo
Sl'Kr nnd Kxtensluu l.nddors, Hand
.Screens, Kiddles, .Slovos, .Sliovols, Spnilus,
Forks, llocs, Knkes, AVator Closet Urinals,
Kiteben nnd Ceris l'oul Sinks, Clothes
lingers, Cluthes J lories, Clothe l.incsn
nnd, in fact, it lull assortment of kitchen
nnd House iurnishlng goods nt A. Hal
ley's, 108 Washington uvonue, near Tenth
street. no 11 Mm.
Tiik C, A. anp T. It. K. AVork on
tho llird'a point uxlqnsioii of thu Cairo,'
(rkaiiHas and Texas rullrotd i.s going
Hlung ni rapidly ns circumstHiices) will
parmlt. AVu undorstnud that when tho
extension is completed nnd pntsongers nro
transferred from tlio Point to the (Ireon
I.ino wlmtfboat, tho haik now oinployrd
to tako passengers from tho depot to tlio
forry landing, will bo retained for tho
purpjjo of convoying passenger by tliis
road to nny part of tho city.
iiiK onrner stiup is on t:,o corner ot
Eighth street nnd Commercial nvunuo
where J. door go Htienhouso with his gen
tlemnnly assistants can bo found ut nny
hour ol tho duy or night, rondv to soot'no
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper nnd head with r good sham
poo. It is it iiret'Clasa shop, nnd yon nro
sure of rccoiving first-class treatment.
hadics' nnd children's hnlr cut or curlod
nftor tho most npprovod stvies. 8-lC-tf
Douolas Sdcckssok Dr. J. J. Jon
nolle, Dr. Douglas, suo:essor in tho dental
business has arrived in the city nnd tnkon
possession of bis olllco. Dr. Jonnello comes
to Cairo highly recommended for proil
cioncy in his profession, ns woll ns for be
ing it thorough gontlomcn. Tho doctor
solieitos it sbaro of patrunago, at3uring nil
who call upon him that ho will always
strive to do his work to the satisfaction of
Notu'K to UuiLPEii!. Having stnrtod
up our saw mill again, wo aro now pro
pared to furnish nil kind of building
tuntorial nt lower pricce, delivered, than
It can bo bought from country mills,
Wo hnvo nlso on hand two hundred
thousnnd foot of asjoiitp.d Li MitKit that
was colored by sipo water that wo will
noil ut from $7 to $10 por 1000 loot.
"Wall A- K.vr.
NOTIKYINO TlIKM. Chiof of 1'ollCO
McUnloyostorday notified tlio owners nnd
agent of n numbor of houses in tho lowor
part of tho city occuplod by women of
bad roputatlon, that unless thoy (tho bad
women) wero cotnpollod to "move" within
a rcasonnblo tlmo, thoy (tbo owners or
agouti of tho property) would bo proiocut
od ns provided in tho ordinunco published
in yesterday morning' IIullkti.n. This is
u inovo in tho right direction, nnd if tho
ordinanco is strictly enforced it will rid
tho city of lowd woinon quicker than nuy
other course that could lo adopted.
AYilli amson County. From u gentle
man from Williamson County, who ar
rived In tho city yesterday, wo learn thnt
tbo Hussoll-llullinor murderers aro boliov-
od to hnvo fled tho ;uuntry, und that tho
people living in tho noighborhocd
whero so much tliooting nnd killing pre
vailed n shor. tlmo ngo, no longer feel
afraid of being waylaid aud shot when
thoy hnvo occasion to go from home.
It Is to bo hoped that thu dispnrndoon
than whom it worse lot of mon novor liv
ed, Lnvo loft tho country nover to roturn.
AVilllamson County will not rcgrut their
6ui)di:n Duatii. Mrs. Anna Martin,
an old colored lady died vory suddenly
at tho rosidonco of hor son, Henry Iloyil,
who lives on Tonth street, yostorday af
ternoon, Kho had been sick for some
timo, but for two wool; past had boon
steadily improving nnd wns thought to bo
nlmost well. At about throo o'clock yes
terday nftornoon sho asked her little
grand-sou to gut hor plpu for her. Tlie
littlo fellow did as requuited and return
ing In u fuw ininuto found tho old lady
alttlng In her chair In nn inaousiblo con
dition, llocullod to Mrs. Iloyd, but bo
foro sho got to tho old Judy sho bad
broathod her last, She U sunnosed to
havo died of heart dlseaso.
UiroUTANT Previous to tho adjourn
mnt of tho council last uvoning, Aldor
man Morris road it communication from
Messrs. Milburn HroV, of Memphis, Ten
neisoo, nddrussed to lUUIJay lire's., of
Ibis city, regarding tho establishment of
a wB')h manufactory in Cairo, nud wish-
Ine to know what Cairo would do In tho
way of furnishing grounds.elc. Tho lubjocl
wan referred to tho committoo on mnnu
facturies. This i a matlor of grant Im
portance lo Cairo, and It Is to bo hopeJ
that ovory olrort will bo mado lo induco
Messrs, llilburn Ilro's, to localo hero.
Thoy nro man of largo moans and would
ongago lnrgoly in tho business proposod.
Prompt action ihoubl bo tnlton In this
matter nnd every inducoment possible to
induco thoir location here oxtendod.
D. Aktks A: Co. nrojust receiving tho
largest nnd best Miurtod stock of saddles,
bridles, haraoss, etc , ovor brouglit to this
Houbks or Ili.-Famk. That n city
locatod ns Cairo Is -into which Is thrown
men of every clnt; nnd calling, can bo
oflcctually rid of prostitutes nnd houses
of ill-fame is nbsurd, and no man of or.
dinnry intolligonco will for a moniont
contend that euch a thing can bo done)
llut tlioro is n way of controling houses
of this charactor and of kooping tho in
ma'.os within proper restrictions. Tills
cannot bo dono by urresting thorn every
woek or month nnd subjecting them to
heavy lines, but by forcing thotn to ro
tiro from tho principal thoroughfares ol
tho city, nnd tako up thoir nbodo in miiio
moro occluded qoartor, whero their dis
graceful nnd illicit; proceeding will not
l. i.i.nt-i i .1.. t,nn n( , jin(t ciixon,
ovory uour in tho day. Thn courio
marked out by tho mayor nnd now bolng
carried l.ito uU'oct by tho lolico olll ors--
thnt ef onforeini; tho ordmanco ngainal
renting ot lemlng houses to woinou of
disroputab'o chnrnclur, wil. do much to
ncoornplitl ttii-t end.
City Council. A sptcisl meeting of
tho oily council was hold last night to
tako ni'.ioa on thu annual appropriation
ordinate. Tho surornl items In thu bill
were iHi.on up and notod on sop irately
u-iil tl.o ordinance was la, J over unt 1
tho next regular meitln;. AI
dormati Thlstlowood wants the
polieo uiitirmod, nnd Introduced n resolu
tion to tint cliVct. Tho resolution was
y 1 jst by a wto of four to live. A proposi
tion w.u lecoivod from tho (lontlo (lor-
ould, proioslog to cnlor Into contract
wilVi tlio oty to furnis'i gas for tho slroot
lnmps ti, public buildings for n period
of ton year, fufollowi: For street
lumps, fiSOpor month tho year round,
tho gn comjiany to light and
nxtlngutshtlio gas nnd lo koep tho lumps
In repair nnd to supply tho public build
ings with gas nt $.1,00 por thousand foot.
As tho e -incil ennuot mnko n contract for
a longer porio-l thnu two years, tho
propositi n was laid on tho table.
DtttJns For tho host puro drug goto
P. K. Huiivnn's, Commcrciitl nvonuo near
Tenth F.reet. l'orsoriptioiu carefully
preparer! ut nil hours dny nnd night.
Twclviyards grenndino for $1 nnd
many otlur goods at similar prices to bo
bud nt Datiol Hnrtmnti's. GB-G-liMt
A laiioi lotof choico sugars, syrufB
collbos, etc., just rocoivod and for salo by
70-0-lC-'2t Stkatton & Uini.
To onabh all wishing to nttend tho
laying ot tho coraor stono of tho new cus
lorn houso ind post oliico at Chicago,
Juno liHli, to do n at rcducod ratos,
wo will soil oxcursita tickets to Chicago
nnd roturn for 111 0. AVill isBiio tickotB
for all paiiongor tiains loaving Cairo
on tho '.'.id. Tickots good to roturn until
tho :18th. Jamxs Johnson, Agent.
FU UN ITU KB VT AUCTION.
1 will -ill on Moulny morning, Juno
2'Jnd nt nd 1J o'l.ock nt tho residence
of Mrs. Vnndovor.cr on Ninth street,
botwoon AVislungtci nvunuo und AV'ilnut
stroot, bitditeade, wrdrobos, washstunds,
center tnhl.e, ono pi-lor Hot, chairs, tables,
carpets, mirrors, on extension tnhii, n
full dining joom tot, dishos, glasswnro,
cooking stevn, k.ichon tiirnlturo und
mnny othorirticlos nod in kooping houso,
Evory Saturday tad Monday niglit3 nt
my sales room, dry oods, notions, boot
and shoos. At prlvuo salo ono sodu foun
houmll. Iykks, Aucttonoor.
Dit. SciiENcivS P i.momio SYfiur, Ska
AVkko Tonic, anu iIanihiakk Pill.
Thoao modiolnci' ban undoub'tedly por
formod moro ciroaf Consumption than
any other romoJy kiown to tlio Amori
can public. Tioy wo compoundod of
vogetablo ingrolionts, ind contain noth
ing which can bo lnjurous to tho liumnn
constitution. Othor rom.dios udvortisod
ns euros for Consumption, probably con
tain opium, which is a sonowhat dangor
ous drug In all cases, nnd i.' taken freely
by consumpbvo pationts, h must do groat
injury; for its tendency is -.o con 11 no tho
morbid m&ttur in tho system, which, of
coursu, must mako cure impossible,
Uchonck i Pulmonic Syrup is wurruntod
not to coutuir u particle of opium: It Is
composed of powerful but hnrmlosa horbs,
which nut on thu lungs, llvtr, stomach,
und blood, ud thus corroct nil morbid
aocrotious, atu oxpol all tbo discasod tnul
tor from tho tody. Thcso nro tho only
ineaiia by vhich consumption can bo
curod, uiul aschcnck'B Pulmonic Syrup,
Son Weod Ttiic, and Mundmlto Pills nro
tho only moncinos whicli oporato in this
way, itis ob')us thoy nro tho only gon
uino euro fir l'lilinonnry Consumption.
Kacl,i bottlo ii this Invuluablo incdieltio is
ncconipnnied by full directions. Dr.
Sehouck is piifossionnlly nt his principal
olllco, corno rfUtU nnd Arch stroota
Philadelphia, every Monday, whore nil
luttora for adveo must bo addrcisod.
Coolkst ANaltja boor in tho city nt tho
'f bulla. 03-0.12-1 w.
IOK JKKAM PAKWJU.
T, 11. Elli. nt tho Arlington houso,
lioroby untiouicui thnt lio ban opunod an
icocronui pnr.jr ut tho Arlington bouse
for tho noconiiiodatlon of tho public.
Fnmilio supplied All orders promptly
nttindoJ to. 7l-M7.lt
, Cairo, Illinois;, i
Ihursdny evening, Juno 18, 1871,
Tho woathor slnco tbo honvy rnln of
Inst Monday nnd Tuosdav. ban
decided Improvomont. Tho tomporaturo
hna not boon high durlnc tho dav llmr,
and tho nights hnvo boon vory cool nnd
Wo aro unnblo to noto nnv chanrro for
tho better In tho goncral condition of tho
"our, grain and produco trndn. In rei
tho market has lr nnythlng bonn Improv
ing backward moro and moro ovorv dav.
and is now nbout us dull us It can cot.
niiiiocom is down, closing to-dny nt 75
Gi 70", sacked nnd delivered nnd no
movement. Flour is heavy and stagnated;
corn moalis olletlng at il 40 without buy
ors; hay is doad nothing nt nil doing;
oats Is vory qtilot. not much In market,
ana littlo domand, but prices hold firm at
63 Clc, sacked nnd dulivered In car
Tho river contlnuos to fall but thoro is
is Kood stage of walor to points bqlow, and
rales remain firm nnd unchanged:
Cay- Our Irlonds should boar in mind
that tho prlco hero given nro usually for
S'iIim rrom tir't linn, Is in round lot. In
lllling ordurd and f.tr hrokon ht It is
ncco's.iry to churgo an ndviiuit) over
tlieso figures. -QSa
Hoavy nnd dull. Tho little that Is
moving i for thu local nnd ruWH trndo
nnd for filling small .ir.lnr from tlm
a uith. Stock of nil kinds aro large. Wo
notu sulus of 300 bbl various grades ! CO
to 7 15; 'JOD bbls do 0 CO to 8 75 ;
300 bbl do C 00 to H CO: 100 bid.
lo 1 Co to b 00. Sale by city
ml Is to-day woro 'J00 bbls whito wheat
family ut 8 CO; l'JO bbls XX XX rcJ,
00; 75 bbls XXX reel, 7 00.
Tho markoi is overstocked nnd very
dull. There is no demand at all lor ativ
kind excopt ns it Is wanted for the small
local trade. Wo not.) sale of 1 car
choico, 17 CO ; 1 car choice, timothy on or
ders, 20 00.
Plenty nud vory quiet. AVhlto is sot
ornl cents lowor, closing to-day 7t(5i70c,
nnd mixed Ctu)T0c, sucked nnd delivered
Tho demnnd Is vory small nnd generally
connnoil to tho wants of tha ordttr trado
Snlo woro 300 sacks mixed, dulirerod,
70c; I car whito mixed in bulk, on track,
C7c; 1 tar whito In sicks, ilellvurcd, 78c;
f cars choico whito in bulk on track, life.
1 car whito in saeks, dulivered, 70c; COO
sacks mlxud, dulivorod, 09('(ii70c.
Although tho demand is very small
rucoipts havo been oqually ns light,
consequently tho market hold firm nnd
unchanged, with a limited supply oiler
ing. Wo noto sales of 'J cur mixed in
sacks 53c; 3 uars mixed in sack did C'Jc;
'J cars inixstl in sacks del Clc: 4 car.s
mixed In bulk on trnok 17 Q ISc.
CO UN MEAD.
A'ury dull and markot overstocked.
Oflerlngs of choice to-day nt 3 40 found
no buyor. Snlos woro 100 bbls S. 1).
3 50; 100 bbls S. 1). on orders 3 05; 100
bbls S. D. 3 50; 100 bbls K. I). 3 10.
No domand nnd Inrge supply In market.
aotod nominally, 15 00 in now sacks do
Kocilpts nro light nnd tho stock on
hand is protty well worked oil'. Tbo
weather for past fow days has boon cool
and morn fnvorablo for this branch ol thu
markot. Salos wero -00 lie choice UQlc;
700 I'm choico 10c; COO lbs strictly choico
18c; 500 Ibi common to choico lCQlS
300 lbj common to choico 1C to 18c;
10 pkg choico lSlCc.
Scnrco nnd in domand. Hucolpta nro
all taken r". nrrivul nt quotations. Salos
woro 1 ,'200 dozen 12 Jc; 8 boxos, shipper's
count, l'-'c; 0 boxes shipper's count, 1-jc;
11 casei, shipper's count, llijo.
Kecolpts nro light nnd domand fair.
Thoro was nono in markot to-day and
choico old hens and large young chick
uns havo boon n shndo better ns may bo
seen by our reports. Salos woro 25 dozon
lions, 3 003 25; 10 dozon small young
1! 00'.! 25j 10 dozon largo young, 2 CO
3 00; 3 coops young chickens, 2 CC; 'J
coops old bona, 3 00: 10 coop young. 2 2S
to 2 76.
Tho Strawborry season is ovor and, iu
thoir plnco, wo now havo currents nnd
rnspborrios. Small fruit of all kinds aro
wanted nnd ilnd ready salo on nrrivnl.
AVu noto sale of 35 cratos cherrios 2 CO
3 00; 25 oratos raspborries -1 CO ; 20 crates
curronta 2 603 00; C boxoa orungos
10 00tl 00; 10 boxoa lemon 13 00;
15 cratos strawberrios 3 00 ; 20 crates
cherries 2 50; 11 crates raspberries 4 00;
10 crates black rsspborrioa 4 C05 00 ; G
cratos red rnspborrios C 00 to 'J 00; 18
crates goosoborrios 1 762 00.
Tho market is qulot but prices aro Urm
for nil kind of smoked moat and bird.
Salos woro 0 cask sugar curod canvassed
hams 13c; 2 cask shoulders 7Jcj 3 casks
sugar cured canvitseod hams 13c; C,000 lbs
clear sides 10J; 2,000 lbj Bliouldors
7o 1,000 lb plain hams 12o.
Tho vogetablo soason has not yot opened
with us, tho stoclc of old having bcou
used up nnd tho now crop la not yot roady
for mnrkot. Tho only thing wo notleo in
this llnu is tlie sale of 200 pounds nud A
boxes pio plant ut 4o por pound.
O. O. lloden, Diroetor of Conservatory
of Music, nnd Teacher of A'ocnl, Organ
and l'inno MubIp. Instruction given in
nil stringed nnd wind instruments. Mo
mentary principles, thorough bass, liar
mony nnd countor point. Uiiprecudontod
Inducoinonta oll'ured. Thosu wishing to
secure his sorvlcea will ploaso apply at
the Conservatory or Musio eornnr of
Twelfth stroot nnd Washington nvenuo.
Pianos tunod and ropalrod.
GREAT CHEAP SALE!
STUART & (tHOLSOB
WILL OFFER MONDAY, JUNE 8th, 1
$1909. w.orlh of iSTcw and JJosirnblo Dress Goods. Not ioni
into itooda, Ilosory, Gloves, &c.,botiglit attlieirown ll.truil''
during the Great jYorccd Side of Ianilin, Davey & Co.,
We are now able lo oiler the
llieinost desirable stock of goods in the city ut such prices'1
will insure (o them u saving of 2f per cent.
'A ,,u "I''i" . -
Lome early and mnko your
losed out within sixty davs.
I IIIV1ltr ll. - I l
Coolkst Weiss beer In tho citv nt tho
Thalia. ita n.i'.tw.
SOD I) OUT.
Having sold out my ollieo nnd nracllco
to Dr. J. Jonnolle; of DuQuoin, who
will tnko pojscnion of tho olllco thu 12th
ot Juno. I bc p,Mk for Dr. Jennollo n
llbtiral hnro of piil lic patronage. I am
wellitcqtiaintet with him nnd fciu.w Id-
lobe iiilrit-elaiti.lnntltt, anl would Hurt
ohcorfully reeommend him I., ml or my
(rlumlsnml (Mtnuii. (. K. IIooi,ai.
All lh-so Indiittwl to toe ur.d nil tl.oto
having account ngnirist ino urn rtquesteil
to cull nnd seltlo us 1 havo sold out M.d
Intend going nway tho 12th of June.
3!l-C.Ct O. K. Di.fOI.Af.
Cooi.K!t AVobs beer in thu city nt the
A ( i E NT V A NT El).
Mr. 0. W. Smith, special ngont lor tho
llowu Macii.nk Company, is new
stopping nt tho St. Charle hotel. 'J ho
company wnntn fl r At class agent in Calr.x
it i,d .Mr. Smith i prepared to oiler ripcclnl
inducamonts to ono of tho right hind. 'I ho
machlno is woll known hero k well as in
other sections of country where sowing
machine aro In ipe, nnd In taut, m well
as by roputatioti, is thu very best
nnd most snlablo mnrbiini inaniibtr
tnreil. Any puron Jesiriug an ngorny
will please call on Mr. Mmith, at tho Si
Clinrle hutl, fur it fw day -10 -O C-tf
Fou I!m All uu-tdlunt b uie.
Knquiro of Cino. ViMlhli
CaIII). Tf X.rt Ol'.ANU lUIK CONCII.I
Tho Hon. .las. T. I). Wilson, mayor if
Houston, nud thn city routinl, endurie
tht enterprise ns follows :
Holston, TAxah, April 2P, 1871
Wo, tho undersigned, regard tho Ileal
Kslato Distribution, which K. To'tor
proposes to mako on the 20th of July
nuxt, in this city, us calculated to promtto
improvement, nnd placing within the
reach of mnny, who otherwise would bo
unable, a chance to securo it homo for
them and thoir families, und having from
our long acquaintance with him, ovory
cnnlidenco In his integrity, wo lool Justi
Mad In saying, that wo bfdlovo ho will
carry out bis distribution honestly und
fairly, accorrding to his ndrertit'ad plan.
Jamos T. I). AVilson, Fred Stanley, Y
W. Heltman, ii. K. McDotiough, It. II.
Ilaer, John D. Usher, John Muhur, Hob
ort Il'irns, N. P. Turner, M. Harrlng
Capital I'rizo 35,000 (iold. Ten liesi
donees In Houston: Population 20,000,
and tho rnilrnnd centre of tho slate, nnd
nearly 150 tracts of land In diilnrent por
tions of tho stato. Valuo of piizos, 110,
000 ; 73,000 ticket, at $'- each. Address
J. E. FohTKIi, Manager,
T. AV. Housi:, Tronsurur.
COFFI NS, OA SE KTS,
And motalio cases nt AVilcox's block at
much loss thnn usual prices tS-O-C-tf
Tkn pound of brown sugar for $1 ;
8 poundr) host collno sugar at 91, 4 pounds
of choico butter nt II; baking powdor 45c
por lb; Imperial toa nt $1 ; 3 lbs coll'eo
$l,ut Wilcox's lllock. 107 2.-lm.
(Queues -or to o. K, Doughi'i
Ori'ii'K Eight street, over .Stuart .10 ho!
oiindr ijoodi store. tt.'Mi-l'J.t r
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Doalcr lu
No. 70 Ohio I.ovcc, CAIKO, 1I.I.H
JCirHpceial attention given to conMgn.
oieiitH and tilling order. U-2 tl
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
INTo. XXO OUio Ijovoo
1-1 .A. X 1 DBBSSE 3.
ilb'.b Street, butweeii tVaklilngtou and
i)conlo of Cairo and vit-ini
in goons will ho sold lor eas4l
selections, as thu .stock must )
it ... . . .
t Ii lr i.irul, fi r o ' inln '
Tiiik from thu uii tr ! ii
l i ii
M in. Ciriiii't r, f .r 1' i r to (or.iit
And al) kinds of Watcbwoik done at
umi: ki:iT nv
A KiHI. Slock ( f
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JV.W ELLItV.
Sl'ECI'ACLIlS, TOOLS AMI
GTSnle A'-'fnt for the ( clcbratcd Kail
No. Io0, WAhlllNdlO.N A KM K
T. J. KERTH,
BEERWART, ORTH & CO ,
Hollow Waro &c
.Manufacturer and Joblici of
TI.,SIII:i:T IKO.Vniul COPPEKWAKE
I'liinp., Itird Cages lee Croain Fleezeri"
Walor Cooler.. WlieClolh for Wlib
dow !ci'feiivl.ipaiicd Ware,
Cluttering und Job Work
xMADK A SI'KCIAhlTV.
Agent for tho
Garry Iron Roofing Co.,
Tlie best Iron llooling In the Market.
Oideis from Abroad will Itecelve Prompt
All worl. done wltli Dispatch and Wiiiinn.
ted to give .Satisfaction.
NEW YOltK aTOitlO,
VIlOIiKSALJ'; AND HKTAIL,
LAIlOKaT YAhlBTY HOOK IM TUM CITV
Dornrrof NliuiKMiiith ntraitiiU nt
. O. JfATUCH
"mm ' yff jS5bss1s