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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1873
PakllaatlM , BsslUttB BtsildiBI
WMUWtM a .
RAILROAD TIMK TABLE.
C'AIKO AND V INCENSES UAtl.nOAD
Train bow leave Calto and Mound City as
lave Clro. I-1''0 Mound City.
7:45 a.m. J:!?"!"'
&aap.in. 6:W "
ClIAS. O. WOOD, G'n'l Ticket Ag't.
C1IAM1E OK TIME.
Passenger tratni on the Illinois Central
change Umc txUy. From and niter '.'-10
, ra. to-dsy trains will run as follows i
kxprts", dally except Sunday . . :00 p. m.
' wcpAHr. . .
Kxnres". dally except Sunday. .12:00 night,
Mall, " "
8:10 p. til.
On and after Monday, February .1, 18.3,
Mlm on tie C. and V. railroad will run as
,cvc Cairo ....... . ni.
Mound City.. 8:10 . "
" Eldorado .. 1 At p.m.
NorrisCity.. '!. "
Carml 3.-01 "
" Mt. Canncl.. 4:40 "
litre Vincennc... 6:10 "
,favc Vlnccnne"... 7.-oo. in.
ML Carmcl . 8:22 "
. Carml :.'" '
Norris City.. 10-M "
" Kldorado ...11:011
" Mound City.. 4SVI p. ra.
Arrive Cairo &-.0-3
r:ir p. m. le.
Connecting at Vlncenncs with the Indl
inapoUsand vinccnno'.OIiloand .Mississippi,
U)d Evansvillc and Cravvfordsvlllc railroads;
It Mt. Carnicl Willi the ,otilvilfo and New
Albany air Hoc; at Carml (villi the St. Louis
md Southeastern ; at Norris City the Spring
3eld and Illinois Southeastern ; at Eldorado
with tb Shawneetown branch ol the St.
Louis and southeastern ; at Cairo with the
Mobile and Uido railroad transfer boat, and
steamers for Memphis Red J. her, Yleks
burg and New Orleans.
Ciiasj. O. Wooti, Gcn'l Ticket Ag't.
J.no. Lee, Jit., Sup't.
LOCAL EATHEK HEl'OKT.
U. S. Sio. Sin., un.SEKVKR's Office,
Cairo, May 24, lsia, 10:11 p.m.
Thermometer 73 degrees.
inn, cairn, velocity 0 mile per
Maximum temperature lat 21 hours t
4 p. m., 85 degrees.
Minimum temperature, last 24 hours, at
6 a. m., 05 degrees,
l'rcralllng wind last 21 hours, cast.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
21 hours, 10.1.
Total rainfall in inches, .01.
Edwin Garland. Observer,
All members of the Hibernian Firo Com
pany are notified to meet at their engine
house this day at 12) o'clock, In full uniform,
to attend the (uncr.il of George W. Weldou,
late member ot Arab Fire company.
By oider of the company.
rl.Vlt M.J. How v.is- , Secretary.
ATTENTION, ItOUOll AND HEADY
You are hereby notfUcd to atsrniblc, in
lull uniform, at the engine house this 25th
day of May, to attend the f line ml of our
late brotdcr, George W. Weldou, at 11
By order ot tho comrany.
6-25-lt Jab. Gash, SecrcMry.
ATTENTION, AltAlis !
You are hereby notified to report at the
engine-house at 12 o'clock, in unllonn, to
attend the funeral ot our late brother Uco.
W. Weldon. Tlie processlou will leave the
euzine-tiouse at 12 o'clock fchuni. Mem
bers will please be punctual, Kimeral ten
vices at the Methodist church ut 1 o'clock,
A sjieclal train will leave the fool of Klghtb
street at 2J o'clock. By order of committee
6.25 It. Tlioc. J. Kkhtii, s'rc'y
Wo are authorized to announce; that
David J. Baker is a candidate for Judge ot
the Twenty-sixth Judicial circuit. Klectlon
on Monday, June 2, lb73. td
To rent a tmall house. Address
C. E. itOIUNaON.
MI-U Cairo and Incennes K.illroail.
By a Dingle, young man ; furnished sleep
ing room with or without board, In a prhate
family. Enquire at E. & W. Butler's for
4-2t M. Both.
A houie, b rooms ami 6 closets, with one
lot and a half, corner or Twenty-first and
I'oplar streets, on easy term. 1'or further
Information, apply on the premises.
Immediately, at the St. Charles hotel, a
white woman as chambermaid. Alo a
white man, wbo understands milking cows.
To one that understand hi business, good
wages will be paid. Ml at,
This U to certlly that I will pay no bill
created by my son, his mother or any of he r
children, without my order,
Cairo, May 23, 1S73. Uko. (i. smith,
fsalaon-kecpera and all others arc hcrcb)
jntlfled to sell no more Ihjuor to my hus
ti md, Thomas Winters. Any person sellli g
lquortohlm alter this date will be proc
cuted to the lull extent ot tho lliUor law.
Cairo, May 17, 1&73. Ht-2w
BOOM TO KENT.
Location Cicnttul, May io.
A pleasant front room, lurnlshed or unfur
nished, suitable for gentleman and wife, or
two gentlemen. Hcfcrences exchanged,
J'or further particular address
MWt llULLKTIN OKMCK,
OB and iter Sunday, May r,, an excur
Iob trsdn will b ruu each Sunday on the
Cairo Md Vlneenues lallroad, between
Cairo ud Mound City, ai lollows ;
teav M'd City, Arrive ut Cairo.
8 a.sB. H:25 a.m.
Jawo Cairo. A rrive ut im city
tl B (B. W "
ft p.aa, P-m.
ftrc for Ua rcund trip, fifty cenu.
CaUBIJM 0. Weov, UeoTXIcket Ag't.
felling off at cost t Moscovlci. 2 tf.
All kinds of linen, laces, edging", and
trimming of every variety at Hurgcr'e.
An Interesting letter iromCapt. Hard It
published In this l.sue ol TiibBuli.MIJ.
The placclThuTwaTl piper 20 per cent,
cheaper than any other place In the city Is
No. 2, Seventh street. Try It 11. AM.E.
Hurgcr Ik now offering for sale a splendid
assortment of dress silks, Japanese suitings,
etc., etc., at the mjt rca'onahle rales.
Iure elder vlnegir, double strong, war
ranted to preserve pickles, forsalo by the
barrel, and at retail, at II. C Tblclccke's
grocery tore, Washington avenue, botWi en
Tent Eleventh street". 6-1 ttf
F. M. Ward Is nowpieparcd to deliver the
bestot wwed and spUthle kury wood to any
part of the city. Also all kin Isof wood and
coal alvva! on hand. Leave orders at 1.1"
olllce, corn.r Seventeenth sirect and Com
racrclal avenue. 3-23 tf.
M,,t,nlr.. Washington avenue, nenr
Tenth street, Is selling off at cost. &-2 tf.
New stock ami new styles of wall paper
nalnts. oil", window jjla", etc., etc., itt 11. F
Helcs' new store. Wellington avenue and
Ftrtrnth street. Call and seo the latest
stlcs In wallpaper before purchasing else
Wc arc the sole agunt for tbo sale of Mus
son's pure elder vinegar, made on Ids larm
at Cotillon. Illinois, nut tin in convenient
sized packages for family use, and every
package warraiito-,1 pure.
4-13 tf. COFI-KV, l'ACE .V. CO.,
No. to Ohio Levee.
Moscov Ici is selling oil at cost. fc2 tt.
Window screen wire, wotcr-conlers, ?cro
refrigerators, toilet set", bird cage and n
general stock of tin and Ilritaiila ware, also
n cood supjily of tho celebrated Charter
Oak cooking stoves at lowct llgurei So
Us), Commercial avenue.
C. W, Henhkhson, Cairo, Illinois.
.V 1 ,VU 1 in
Mr. J. M. Mo-kovic, the eiittrprl-lng
dealer in dry good", Washington voiiuj
between Nluth and Tenth streets, offers his
large and varied stock of goods nt cost
prices. Ills More Is full of the choicest ol
dry goods or every vaiicty and quality, and
the prices at which he I" disposing ol them
arc astonishingly low. Call upon him ami
satisfy yourself. &-7 tf.
Tho most beautiful percales, Jaconets and
other white dress goods ever brought to
this market, cim)u bought lor exceedingly
low prices at llurger'e.
A new hotel has been opened In the large
house located on tho corner oi Seventh
street and Washington avenue. It will be
known as II Town's hotel, and proprietored
by Mr. Brown, whose reputation as a hotel
keeper is well-known In this city. The
houso has beon thoroughly renovated and
refurnished, and U in every way first-class,
Tho tables art; at all times furnl-ucd with
the nest the season affords, and thu charge
liberal, being only $1 W) per day. Mr,
Urowu solicits and deserves a share of tho
public patronage. Mill
Eight lots located at the corner of i'oplar
and Thirty-fourth streets, were sold on
Thursday last at public auction. Although
the property sold Is a long way from me
present bushiest center of thu city, good
and satisfactory prices were obtained on
every lot. The four lots, containing lar
double house, was hammered down to Mr.
C. Jl. Wheeler at el,!)! one lot to W. 0.
ilusscl at 1250; and one lot to Kd, Shnnuessy
at 1140. Wo could not learn the name of
tuc purchaser of the other lot.
Tho 'Sun,' is angry agalu, and tells its
reader that The Bulletin, as usual, has
misrepresented it. Lord bless tho darling
little 'Sun's' soul, we t.idn't mean to say
anything harsh when wo ald tho editor of
thut sheet had been lmposcu upon wun rci-
erencc to tbo robbery, which It says oc
curred a few nights since on Walnut urnu,
between Kourth and Kllth fctrects. Now,
when we read'the Sun's Item staling that
a robbery had been committed on Walnut
dr7iti, knowing there was no such avenue
In the city, wo very naturally came to the
conclusion that the 'sun' had made a mis
take, und In our Item referring to the mat
ter, placed the occurrence on Washington
uenue,ncar I'llth street.
The Seidell Irwin combination, or, in
other word", Mr. Sclden Irwin's dramatic
company, will be In Cairo, Tuesday, June
3, and open a season of the nights. The
company's ataunt couriir, Marcus It. Majer,
Esij., the best looking courier, uvaunt or
o.herwise, In the business, Is now in the
city. We know Mayer to bo a man of his
word, and we sio not, therefore, be-lt.it') tu
s.iy, on hi" authority, that thu talent of the
combination Is tip-top. The new people of
the troupe that Is to say, ull of Ilio troupe
except Mr, and Mrs, Irwliiund Mi-s Itaker
have;hcld prominent position on the boards
of New Orleans and St. Loul", and there n
no need to add that tho old man und the
mitdame and the miss are actors of great
merit, and lavorltes with the play-goers ul
Notice is hereby given that on and after
lUIIU I, Ull li'K- ii.l .Int. rniuul nuinllii' '
Urge, will be killed b ma or under my ill
ruction, unless the required ,uv U paid on
the same. 1 will receive dog tax on and
aiterMay 15 at Iho city clerk's ollhe.
.Vlttd Wm. McIIale, City Martial.
NEW GOOD "j.
Mrs, Anna Lang on Klghthstrcct, between
Commercial und Wellington aienucs, bat
m-t opened out a stock of now und fashion
able millinery good". She has one hundred
and llfty ditlcreiit styles of hats und bonnets,
beside a largo assortment ol ribbons, flow
ers und notions ol all sorts, all ot which w ll
be told al the lowest prices.
iiurgvr lias a complelo line ol hosiery of
all kinds, and corsets, collars, eullt, etc., In
To any and ull who desire a lino,
genuine French calf,kld, Morioco or patent
leather pair of boots, gutter or shoe of any
or nil of tho latest styles, William Utile rr-, on
Twentieth street, is ready to furnish them
ut the most reasonable rate, and guarantees
good stock, good Ills and perfect satisfaction.
ICE CREAM SALOON.
As warm weather is approaching the
lovers ot Ico cream will be glad to learn that
Messrs. Saup A Clarkson have Utti d up and
refurnished, iu elegant style, their Ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain has
also been put in running order, und nothing
is wanting about the establishment to make
the pleasure and coiulort of their patron
Burger bu. Just received u lull lino of
summer circs good of every description,
which will be sold cheaper than the cheap-it.
Tl.l. tuintil.r l..,.l i... t. ,.,llled nlld
Improved, and Is now one of the mot com
lortablc stopping placts In the city, mo
travelling public and persons desiring
pleasant quarters by the week or mouth,wll
always find them at the Commercial hotel.
Rates of board have been rcductcd as fol
lows:"l)ay board, ?1 50 per week; transit,
l W) per day: board and lodging, irom ? a
to 17 per week. tf
K1SE LAl'NDKY WORK.
Mrs. Lettlo Coleman takes this method of
informing the public that the is now pre
pare i to do all kinds of flue laundry work, at
cheap rates. Fluting, crlinplng, etc., done
at a small advance pcrdozen on plainclothes.
Families and individuals will ttnd it to their
advantage to take their clothosto Mrs, Colo
man. Resilience on Fourth street, south
side, between Washington and Commercial
II you want good goods nt cost, go to Mot,
covlcs; Washington uveuue, near Tenth
A. C. 1'.
The marvelous superiority of the Averll
Chemical Paint is established beyond cavil,
Reside the numberless mlinr Jobs on which
it las been ticd, we refer with warrantable
prido to houses ol Messrs .J. II, Phlllls, A
Macklc.A. M. CtliidllTand Mrs. Stiles. Time
can only convince our fellow citizens ol Its
chlclcst merit, durability. Wu speak that
which we know, w ben we unhesitatingly of-
linn tliat one tliorotlgb palntlm with tho A
O. P. will stay on, and maintain iu brilliancy
twice as long as a similar coating of lead and
oil. For silo mixed, rcadf for lio, In ull
color." by N. E. Way A Co., general commis
sion merchants and agents for tho Iron Bug
gy company, Sixth street, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues.
Swiss imi'llii', tarlctons, French and Ham
burg embroideries ut llurger's. Great bar
SALE OF E'iL'I I'MKNT STORKS.
There will bo sold at public unction to the
highest bidder, at 10 n.m., on Thursday,
May 2!), 1S73, at tho naval station, Mound
City, a quantity of naval equipment "lores,
in part as lollows, vu:
11 anchors, Vflai pound-.
7 chain cables.
1 set scales (counter).
I " " (platform).
M yards- cotton canvas.
And a large iiuantlty of miscellaneous urtl
cles.'such as: Wlru and Manilla rope, boat
awnings, rowlocks, double ami single blocks,
iainii-,omjiiua, cm;., etc.
Terms. Ten tier cent. In ifoviTimient
funds on the conclusion ol the sale, and tho
remainder within ten days, during which
iiiiiu iuc unities ujii-fc uu riTiiucii irom lit
station, otherwise they will revert to the
By order of the commandant ol station.
FltANCIt, T. (IlI.LKTT,
5-l.Vtf Paymaster L'. S. Navy.
T 1 1 Eel IL' Ft CI I EST tD A Y.
Subject" of Mr. Thayer's sermons to-day :
In thu morning, "God's Piovideiice Viewed
In tho l.k'ht ol Recent Event" ;" In the
evening, " Pressing Toward the Mark."
The Rev. Mr. Curtis, of Bowling Green,
Ky., has arrlieil and will ofliclate ut
tho Church of tho Redeemer at hall-p.i.t 10
o'clock in thu forenoon and at seven and u
half o'clock In the evening.
As tho Rev. Mr. Thompson, pastor of tbo
M. E. church, has been culled to hold thu
quurtcrly meeting at Carbondale, wo un
authorized to announce that theio will be
no preaching at that church this morning or
evening. Sunday school us usual In the af
ternoon at 3 o'clock.
At this church, sen Ices will ho held at the
usual hour" morning ami evening.
"'ALE OF SERVICEABLE AND IWER-
VICEARLE ORDNANCE STORES.
BUHKAU OP OKDNANCK. I
Navy Department, April 20, 1S73.
There, wilt bu sold at public auction to tho
highest bidder, ut 12 in., on Tuursday, May
2!llh, 187.1, at the naval station, Mound City,
Illinois, a quantity of cannon projectiles and
miscellaneous article." of ordnance, In part
as follows, viz:
t131 pdtl'arrott rifles.
1 31 pdr Dahhrrcn rillle.
2sJ32 pdr cannon.
10 elxht Inch cannon".
1 six Inch mortar.
A largo quantity, about 411 tons, ol ten
Inch, eight Inch, 3i pdr, 30 pdr, 20 pdr, 10
pdr, ami thirteen Inch mortar projectiles
nutl miscellaneous ordnance, stores, Includ
Ing a lot of scrap brone.
Term": Ten per cent, in government
lumls on thu conclusion of tho sale, and the
remainder within ten days, during which
tlmu the articles mutbe removid Irani the
tatlon, otherwise they will revert to tho
It Is to be dl-tlnclly imderitood that no
guarantee will bo given to purchaser of
articles ottered for sale and noted In tho
ealnloguo as regards tin Ir exact condition
or quality, but It I" believed, however, thai
everything offered fur sale is a- represented.
Wll-MAM N. .iKKfKlcs. i hli f of ISuroau.
The above i" published by order of the
commandant ol stutiun, to whxm persons de
siring to become purchasers and wishing to
inspect the aitlcle otlercd lor salo thoulil
apply. I'UA-NCIS T. IIILI.EIT,
Wrd.Vwtd Paymaster I". S. Navy.
Parasols unduljige lot ol custom made
boots nnd shoos ate sold cheap at llurgjr's.
THE FILTHY CONDITION OF
STREETS OF THE tlTY.
A FEW FAtTS FOR THE CONSIDER.,.
TION OF THE MAYOR AMI
BOARD OF HEALTH.
SIlALL.I'F.Vni.ENCE RE PREVENTED
On more than one occasion during the past
two or three weeks Tin; Hl'i.lkji.n has
urged upon the proper olllcers of tho ci )
the great necessity lor u thorough cleaning
up of every portion ol the city before set
tied warm weather should be upon us. Su
far, however, no heed has bocn paid to the
warning volco ol Tiik Hki.i.khn of tin
near approach of that deuth-dealllig scourge,
the cholera. But no matter what the health
department may or ma) not do Iu tho pri m.
I.e.", The Ru.Lt.-tiN will keep " petf"iii" I
aa Ons'.rs I
away" u them, In the hope that they may
yet wuku up to the Importance or the mat
ter In hand, and endeavor to placu thu city
in the best taultury condition possible.
Wo might say that theru Is not a evm
street or alley In tho whole city, and that in
order to "clean up" It would bu ntec-sary
to commence nt the Junction of the two
river nud clean every street ami avenue
from thut point to the furthermost Hiuli ot
the city. But this Is not our purpo.e. w
only de-lre to call attoutlou to tome of the
irer places, believing antoiuteiy ,
necessary that they should' be
attended to at once.
WllKKE THK KIl.TII 18.
Take lor instance Nlneleenth street, and
what do we Und, From one nnd to the
other the streetls lined with old boot,shoes,
tin cans, and rubbish of every imaginable
description, with here and there the carcass
of a dead cat or chicken to glvo tone to the
generally bad condition of the street.
Then let us come little nearer uown
town, nud what do we co at the
CORNER OK KKIIITKKNTIl KTRIET AND
There cxl-ts beyond all question tho
wort "slop hole" In this city. Every con
celvablo dlerlptlon ol rubbish has been
deposited here, and together with the de
tectablo pond of slimy water that stands
thcro the ye.tr through, gives
vent a smell uiot unc
tuous In Hi ilavor for the olfactory nerves of
From Seventeenth to DlvUlon, I" In about
the saino condition as Nineteenth street.
Is not the rlcancst thoroughfare In the city.
II a few of Hie old shoes, boot", cans and
battered dMipans that line It were removed
out of sight, It would prce,it a much Im
In tact, take nit that portion of tho city ly
Ing between Eighteenth and Division
nud Vi a-Mngton Avenue and tho levee,
and It presents n most lilthy and unhealthy
In the lower portion of tin city maiiy of
the sirect arc on n par illh thoe "up
town " already mentioned.
Though probably not so bad as many of the
other streets In tho city, is dirty enough.
several very bad mud holes etUt on Tenth
between Walnut and Cedar, but beyond
this the street I not in as bad u condition n
It might be.
Is tilth all over. There l not n clean spot
the size of n half bushel to be found the ei."
tire length nnd breadthol the street. Wood
and coal pile, ashe, brush heap", oyster
can", broken vv.tgoii", dead cats,
chickens, anything every thing that
Is repulsive to tho eye and unpleasant
to thu smell in.iy be found ou Ninth street.
Ninth needs scrubbing.
From Cedar to Lovce street is one batch ol
rubbish old cans, worn-out boots uud shoe
heaps of brush, old paper, etc. Eighth
street clean would be onu of the handtom
est streets In the city; but Eighth street
dirty Is an eye-sore to every citizen who has
a spark ol cleanliness about him.
Is In no better condition generally than the
other stiucts probably no dirtier than some,
ami not hall as clean us others. And o It
Is with all Iho cro?" streets nil the wav down
a" far us Second.
WALNUT &TIIEET 1'P.OVt TENTH TO THE
Is wo believe onu ol thu lllthlett, If not tho
lllthlest street in Cairo. There Is nothing
In the way of downright tilth that cannot be
found on Walnut. Walnut like Ninth, re
quires scrubbing badly. There Is
Strip ol ground in tho city to which w o w ish
to cull attention of the board of health, and
' II imw. done lor - i.
I thu Illinois: Central railroad strip from
lenmto rourlli streets. On this strip of
ground may bu found any nnd everything
that, under the ordinance's of thu city might
bo declared nuisances. It would bo an cm'-
less task to attempt to enumerate the differ
ent kindsuud qualities of the nlth that mav bu
found on this strip. Not 'only should there
be a general ridding out ot tills balch of
ground ou account of thu bad odor und un
healthy stench that arises from It, but be
cause In its present condition It Is the best
place for u lire In the city, and sooner or
later some of tho buildings that line cither
side of It must be given up us food for the
This Is all wo have to say on this subject
ut present. 1'he statements as to the con
dltlon ol tho city sanitarily speaking-are
correct, and prove that Immediate attention
lo tho reeking evil in Uiir streets is abso
lutely deman I ed. Cholera has made Its an.
pearanco In New Orleans and Memphis, and
It Is the duty of the mayor, the board ol
ami, aim mo pouco 10 investigate every
nook nnd corner ol the city, and cnlorc'e
cli anllncss on every hand.
!JtRurgcr lias lu-t received im.I ni,ifi
largo stock ol damu-ks, nipklns, toweling",
etc., etc., all of which will be sold cheaper
thinthoy can bo bought anywhere t-l-e In
IIOT-HEDS OF L1SKASK.
evils which should re hkm-
HOW TO EFFECT A CFIIE.
It is l.ot our desiro to quarrel with tho
butcher", nor do no Intend t do so. but a
duo regard for tho suinlary condition of
our city compels us to say a few wurd
about iho klnughter pent, and tho tunny
III. A 11 1. SO KVIl.S)
Which uro manifest. , in their control.
Tho lack of discipline in tljmo whise
duty It is to keep tho premises
about tbo homes clem, appears to bo thu
luiin futturo for cmiiplunt. Theru is un
apparent neglect to "oiply with tho sim
plest sanitnry suggestion, und if this ne
glect bu not checked at once, wo aro in
sured that tha results will bo full thu com
ing summer season in
Our reporter pud n visit to
tho slaughter houses yesterday, and
though ho pur-ned his irivOtlguttntu
under many dlllicultms, chief of whnh
was contact with the sk kening odor of
tho locnlity.stlll his di .vuriei wuro stilll-
'iotit to suggest to him thu propriety uf
rupuriing ilium in vuu i. jpe Hint oy so uo-
ing, thoeo who aio iu cluirgo of tbuso
places might be pursuaded torumctV'soine
of thu oxlsting evils. W.) found
thut most of tho houses worn
surrounded with tho putrid remains
of slaughtered HtiiumU. At ovory step
swarms ot flies arose in tbo air, und thu
stench which came up from tho ollal was
liorriblo. Not only woro thuro
ROTTINO HOOKiS ANI HEADS,
Hut also many dnpo.its of uiitrnlls
Thosu woro scattered promiscuously
about, In nl limit evory direction. There
was no exception at any of thoso hoiiiei ,
In rospoct to tho carnloss distribution ..f
"ilil. All wore uliko and tha
uino luck of discipline whs observable.
'I'lniro is probably not ono of our citl
fiis who has not at times detected tho ol.
ff'uvs) odors which tho southerly winds
"r"ig from tho region of tha flaueht'r
ho'iiei And especially Is this tho case In
u'niner when tho rofuso mutter it enrj.
ttsntly docaylng, and tho duijustlntj tlllu
tliim flnJi no counteraction through at
mospheric agoncy, ai is tho case In the
cold days of winter.
Tha question present Itself, Ikorofofc.aJ
to tho best meatu of abating this
DANGEROUS Nl tHANCK.
Wo do not think It a hard lliattor to lie-
compllsh, and If those in charge will heed
our suggestions wo think it can bo tiont.
irt of all, somoono ought to bo ap
pointed at oach of tho sliughtcr-houso
whoso duty It shall bo, aftor tho day's
work Is done, to soo that all tho refuio
matter Is irathnrml nn and buried, hot
thrown about to foster and breed
Second, a thnrntirrh plentKim- of t.e,
floors by flooding and sweeping down
should take placo before Iho houses aro
Othor SUCfffltinns mlitlit bi tnnilp. but
If tho foregoing nro put into practice it
will go far towards alliirlntlnir thn nresent
disgusting features which attach tliom-
soives to tbo slaughter houses.
OUT IiNl)ENVBll city.
INTER EST ING
BEAUTIFUL CITY AT THE
BASK OF THE ROOKY .MOUN
A.LT1IY CLIMATE GOOD
Dk.vvii, Ool., -May 1ft, 1873.
Tim Tin r.
"Wo arrived safely this a.m , kt 8 o'clock.
All stood tho trip well, and aro not at nil
Tbo trip from Kaniss City win pleasant.
Wo left that placo Tuesday evening nt
tu o ciock in n elegant sleeping car
On iiwnkoulng next morning wo found
ourselves at Junction City, Knnins.
THK COUNTRY 1IKRK
1 1 rolling lirnrie, Bnd very rich, rc"0tn
bling Illinois Iu tally tunes. Tho day
opened lovely. Wo sat all morning with
windows up. Abaut noon a rain (term
Cuiiib up. About tho time wo reached thu
plains tho wetber grew suddVnly cold
und wo wuru compelled Hi havo lire",
which wo found very comfortable. Tho
balanco of thu day provod cold, windy nnd
A II 11 K A 11 Y RIIlK,
In a tllstancof about four hundred
miles next east of Deuvur wo had n tno't
doiolato ridu over n VHst dreary and nl
molt desoluto plain, not a furrow plowed
not a tree, bush nor scarcely a living thing
to bo seen, except a poor but or two, am:
a man or two at tho far anirt stations
Wo cumo at least a month too earlv to sec
1.IIK ON THE PLAINS.
egetation has just begun to start
A month bunco tbo grail will support cut
tie, buffalo, etc. The most curlou sight to
us nil was a village or prairie nogs.
There aro excellent
Along tho routo. Wo tound all officers
und train men very polito and uucotnmti
DENVER IT") I'KOPLK, ITU,
On our arrival hero, and niter enjoying
a splendid breaklusl at tho Ainericui,
hoirtu, wo started ou a tour of inspection
1 hardly know bow todoicribo this city
the pooplu burn pluco thu population ul
to. wo, two third" ol which htvo come
huru since 1870. Tho lta is onu of tho
tilonilM tor a c tv thai I lmvn uv
suuii. iho city is built on un elevate
rolling pluin, on tho lett bank of the south
lorK ol l'latte river, a small, rapid inoun
tuili stream with plenty of clear, cold
water in it tnq year round. It has re
quired no gruding whatever to muko tho
treets, except throwing a littlo from thu
gutter into tno comer, 't he material is
sand and gravol, nud alone makes n inlen
did streot. They aro all 3 fust wide with
i waive loot iiuewuiks, unu an cross at
right angles. Along most of the gutters
a stream of puro, cold water runs, brought
in irom iuu river sovurui nines it Dove by
tho city authorities, for the purpose of ir
rigation, oti. It is water ino.tly from
molting mountain snow This is
A l'ABT TO UNO CITY
Putting on all tho airs of older ones.
I'UIILIC IIU 1 1. DINGS. WATER WORKS, KTL,
I hoy havo a number of lino churches:
a ?7u,(iUo public school house, and sovurai
smaller ones; good hotels, Holly water
works, eight or ten bunks. Ul'teen liverv
Etubles, n ibeatro, lino bouluvurd drives,
suvernl flouring mills, wuter and tloam,
a. largo silver smelting lurnace, Unu
wholcstlo grocorics. somu wholesale and
somo uxtru lino fttull dry good stores,
fancy goods nnd jew.ilry stores, and two
largo jewelry muuufiicturiiig establish
ments. -Most of tho
IIUILDINO- ARE Ol' 11RICK,
And many of tbo business a' well a'
dwelling houses nro quito handsome. Tho
lots aro large and most of th6
dwellings havo plenty of room
nruund them. All yard hnvo
water plugs and hose " with which
tho people sprinkle their gardens and
streets, and wash their houses. Not a few
of tbo yards hnvo fountains playing in
them. Thochargo for all these privilege
is pi uO per year, and for houiohuld pur
pose alone i I Co. 1 think, from what 1
hnvo seen to-day, that tho city is bettor
supplied with cool water than any I ever
saw. Tho chnrgo for gas is $5 00 pur J.bOU
feet, far superior to Cairo gns for which
we pay ft .10. AH theio things, with tho
wide, regular streets and unpiralloled
climate, certainly thus far 1ms given 'ho
pluco a very
tl A 11 M I (j A V V K A II A .vr E
1'.' tl.o entire party How lung ti is Im
pr?iun may connnuo I do not know
Perhaps it bus moru attractions to us on ,
ueeoiint of thu dreary tide we hail y ester-i
day over tno plains. Jo-day tho Ilrst
faiuilUr fucowe met was that ot A. Sweeny
weii-known to all Cairo people. Ilu has
been very kind and u'.t :ntivu to us
tlir (iighout the day. Ho i now ungagud
n tbo insuniticu bunus here, ulso is
J M Howes, formerly of Cairo.
Wo liuvo Just returned from a drive
through tho boulevards and city genoral'y.
1 hnvo novnr men any pluco wheru thu
it y und surroundings otlercd tueh olegiint
drives; liner Inrfcs and carriages uro nt
to be seen anywhere.
Wo closed thu day walking it round
the city going into stores, pricing good I
oi an descriptions.
I'KICKs Or tilSAIN, ETC.
I'hoica white wheal flour is soiling here
at Sillier barrel, rutuil; potntoos fl 20 1
per tiusimi; prairie hay -0 por tori ; outs
tn tacks, brought from luinsiu, 05o per
uusliol, apples $a porbwrrelj cabbage too
per head egg 30o per dozen und spring
chickens N.Jo each, l'lonty of lino coal
him, nt from til to $8 por ton. Wo And
it'tiil ire es of dry goods nro not much if
ny higher than they aro in Cairo. Near
tin hotel are two Chlneto wash-houses
kept by "Wing Leo" und "Sam Hing"
who do all kinds of washing at $1 &0 per
Wo havo imised tho day going ahout
tiio city, culling at stores, nskliig questions
oi evefvbody wu met and potting all tho
nfortiitt'tloii wj possibly could, l'h I"?"
pie hero uro thorough, actlvo and wide
awaku-mostof tiiern..re Now ing nu
ers . a good uiuny nro from Ohio, liuno"
and l'ojniylvanli, very few Souiherneti
uom. i unu m convoriatlon to-tlav with
a orominont bankor; bo sayi that "for the
past flvoyeari ho has boon going slow anil
has advised ovorybody olto to do tho samo
thing, looking constantly for a drellDo in
property and ilowor progress, but ho
now surrondari and Joins tho progressives,
and gsyi now that ho has no doubt hut
THE CITY WILL 00 AHEATi
With ft steady, strong growth, till It reach
es i'j(i,TO3 inhnbitunts. Ho thinks tho
milling resources of this Ticlnily nro Inex
haustible Ho also lays tho agricultural
resources nra equally groat, but hardly a
cotnmuncoinerit has bom made In develop-
I .-.1 .1.1. . ,
'ts suuiii. nun suit, mi country is pro
vided w ith every thine; by Providence
needed by man. Almost nil persons 1
have talked to upon tho itibjuct coincide
III tho ubovu.
TIIKHTOCK IIUSINKS 18 NEXT
III importance to mining now, and It
growing rapidly. To-day I visited ono of i
tliu tll. ntid l..(ir,l 1 1m srir luf n, V,., nn '
old neU'hbor of mine from Ohio. Mu has
a splendid brick mill, not very large, mak
ing choice flour winch sells here at $11.
lie sunt some o' it to Hostun where it
brought Ill" made of natlvo wheat
which bents any thing wu have In tho status.
l will tiring n samplo homo with tnu.
Rents of houses anil stores hero aro about
33 p"r cent nbove Calm price",
l no great rarity oi
Is vcrv senslldy relld by nil newcom
ers, by both respiration and hearing ono
can uero more tuntejiy. ihu brntli does
not eern to go deep enough in the lungs ;
however, thrso toniatiulis uro not of lone
duration only n fow days. Tho ulr is
iure, crisp aim bracing, arid l have no
doubt at all but it ono tbo mot I health1
ful localities in this country. Thcro is
but ono opinion on this sube t so far at I
can Lam, and it l becoming
celebrated on that account. Quite
a number of per-ons nrrlvod
with us seeking health from Ohio, Ill
inois, lVtin'yivatila and other states, und
thy relat'd n great number of instances !
of persons coming hero fur gone with dis- '
ease who woro entirely n stored nono
wuro maJe worse, but nearly ull bo camn ',
were cured. Old residents hero sav there I
are absolutely no diieH.es here, ft is es- I
pecislly bcneliclal to persons nlllicted with
anything like throat or lung dl"onsi, and
is also excellent for rheumatic, billions ami
ORANIlKUR 01' THE MOUNTAINS. I
Hut of nil tho ittlractions of this sin
gular locality, nothing to me ! o grandly
beautiful (I had almo't said awfully beau-
tiful, as tho stupentlous old Rocky .Moun
tains. For tnoro than forty years I have '
doilred to look upon this grand work of I
the Creator. It seems to nm that no on I
can con'implato thnm in all their grand
eur and sublimity without being iinprtod '
with hitrher nnd bollor appreciation of the I
power und goodness of our Creator und
Preserver. I am certain it Is so with me. ,
From a'most any part of the eitv we havo '
a full view of them for a ilistnnco of ut i
lc;st TO miles southward, and perhaps ul- '
most the samo dittanco north. Sovnnty- !
flvo miles to the south tho snow cupped ;
summit of !
riKrs PEAK L I
Is plainly seen in uny reasonably cleat
weather, immodintcly west of the city it is '
some 15 or 'JO miles to tho be. althniRb '
ono would not suppose It wero more than
four or five miles-dlstnnros aroso declv-
Inr- In lo,.Lt .,1 l,l,. , .1...
Will proposed that wo walk down to it.
When Swoeiiy Inlorinedhiinof thudliUnco
he seemed somewhat astonished. Often
during tbndav tho hii' nlnn hare
nen obscured by clouds that assumed
n thousand di lie rent hues and colors. 1
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(Succeiiors to Roberts A Finley.
SHIRT TAILORS, HATTERS, AMI) (5 ENTLEMEN'S,FU UN IS1IEK3.
Shirt made to order in the mo,t artistic manner of the best fabilc" known, and warranted
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m,r,i n, S'-d ' 1 fc" i- .t- , -M7:
WILLIAM .1. AUiKN,
ATTORNEY AT IAW
Olllccovcr Flrst.Natlonal bank. a-lO-Siu
SAsMUKIi I'. WIIHKIiKIl,
ATTOHNBV & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Olllee over First .National bank. 3-IMm
.Inhu II. Mulkcy . Wlllum C. Mulkcy.
Ml'LKHY !c SON,
ATTOltXEYS AT LAW
Olllee, rear rooms over Ilannou's book
NO. 1-1 COM MEHCIAL AVKtlU,
lletvveen Seventh anl Eighth street",
f. II tf.
UKKEN & GlhliKHT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willlsm II. (irsrn.
Wdtisin li (tilt-frl
cr,Mia. siuntit,n Klfco lo AJmlrsltr ao,l
OirrlCX OHIO LKVES, ROOMS) T AND H OVHB
CITT KATIONAL IIAHK.
"."lAMKS H. SMITH,
A TTOE1TEY JT LaV
I I HE ISSL'KAM E
" Real Estai i: Agent.
Will buy and ell all kinds of real etatc.
pay taxes, rent hou-e", make collection" ami
negotiate lo ins,
MONEY TO LOAN.
?2o,noil In sum of i.Vsl to 2.fsl on Im
proved reul c-tatu security In Cairo.
Mores, manufacturing establishment",
dwelling" ami rumlturti. Hulls and cargoes
Insured ut reasonable rate In Ilrst-cla.s com
panies. Oi ricK No. bO Ohio Levek.
5-16 tf. CAIRO. ILLS.
3 A M W 1 LSON,
H O V I S I 0 N S K T C.
,t CO .
G 1 S T S ,
74 OI-IIO LliVBl
Ilolail und I'roscrijilio
and Eighth stieet.
Of clianiols and rabbit skin
for weak lungs.
At IIAROLAY HROS.
FOR SORE THROAT,
Prepared antl sold
Hv IIAROLAY J1IIOS
And Disinfectants for Stables
At IJAROLAV JJil03.
And "Universal Standard.'
At BARCLAY BI.OS.