, rrnr t (Mhcrlfcira ot r?!.
IMT t h r - recti arljr to repa-rl
Ik (itl tm th a cllber prnu
Mljr mr Its I'mIiiI ' rd.
r iMIWtl OtBte, HalUtlB BalMlM
R m aw tn llerott rr PHe
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R 1?
IN HUM Hkortiwt Rafale
tcaty thorleil Boole
HO CUANOB Of CAnS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CUICAGO.
ONLY ONE oflANGK OF OAKS
OM CAIRO TO
CiaclnnaU, ... Ilanapolla, Totado,
Detroit. C1TI1, Niagara ""'I'
BuBalo. I'lttabnta;, Washington.
Ualltmot, Philadelphia, N'w York.
Boston Mill ll point. at.
Mllvaukl, JatisTn, Madison,
LaCroos, at. Paul and ll point, north.
tbillt alto the onl; direct putrto
Docalat, Woomlngton, ajptingsld,
I'sorla, UulncT, kokuk,
BurlinflM, Rock islind, i Miif,
Maodoia, Diton, Frrtpott,
Ualana, Dabuqua, Hloui Oil J,
Omaha and all point, norths.!,
Elegant Drawing Itoom Steoping Ca"
On all Might Tralm.
Vaacafa Chfktd all Important fololt.
For tlckats ud informstioD, pplj to I. o. im
dtpot it uro; on board tn lnin.it steamor 1
m Oolumbut and Cairo, and at tni prinelp
rmllroa lllckat offlcaa throughout the south.
W. P. JOUN'ON. Ora'l 'a... Aa't, Chloaio.
A. Mirta.iL, Oen'l ttnp't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIME.
Passenger train on tho Illinois Central
chaugo time t -dy. From and alter J:10
p. in. to-day tnilm will run ns follows :
hxnrf.a, ilsllr ..... 1:1ft a. in.
Mall, azecpt Sunday . , . .4:00 p. in.
Express, dally except .Sunday. 2:10 p. in.
Mall, ' " ..12:00 night.
On and after Sunday, May 2.'i, an occur
ton train will lie run cacti Sunday mi the
Cairo and Vlnccnnes lallrond, between
Cairo aud Mound City, at billows :
Leave MM City. Arrive at Cairo
8 a.m. n-.-a a.m
4:30 p in & p.in
Leave Cairo. Arrivo at MM City
a.m. ;:.iu a.m.
6 p.m. IWIO p.m.
Fare for tbe round trip, liny cento.
CHlKr.ES O. Woon, Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
CAIItO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS R. It.
On and aller Monilu), June 0. 1973, train
win run uaiiy, except sunuay. between
Ore-mneld landing mid blkestoi), Scott
county, MImiou I. as lollowi :
Leave Greenfield's 10:00 a.m. and fi:30 p.m.
.Arrive y.-.iu n:w
" Charlcttou lt):l' " " C:10 "
" Mkeston 7.10 p.m. O-o" tf
CAIItO AND VI.NCct.NK3 II At LHOAD
Train, now leave Call and Mound City as
Leave Cairo. Leave Mound City.
7:43 u.ta. 7:10 a.m.
It to. 1:15 p.m.
6:1ft p.m. fl:io
Chas O. Wood, Gpu'1 Ticket Ag't.
.iAIRO AND VINcKNNES RAILROAD
On and atter Monday, February S, 1873,
ratna on tbe C. aud V. railroad will run as
Mb p. m. le.
&:0 " ar.
eave Cairo 8:30 u. m.
Mouud City.. :10 '
" Eldorado.... 1:31 p. in.
" NorrlClty.. 2:23 "
Carmi 3:01 "
" Mt. Carmel.. 4:40 "
Tlv Vinceuncs .. !i:4i "
. 7.-00 a. til.
. 8:22 "
. 0:5T "
" Mt. Caruiel.
" Noma City .
" Eldorado ..
" Mound City.. 4-.X1 p. ta. 7:00 a. m. le.
rrivc Cairo r:0S " 7:2T " ar.
CounecllDit at Vlncenncs with the ltull-
jiapollaand Vlnccnncs, Ohio anil MUsl-slpnl,
md Kvan.vllle aud Crawfordsillle railroads;
-.1 mi. warmei witn tno i.oulstllo ana .New
lbany air lino ; at Carml with the Si. Louis
md Southeastern ; at NnrrlsClty the Spring
leld and llltiiols Southeastern : at Eldoraibi
.1th tin Sbawnectown branch ot the t
Louis and Southeastern ; at Cairo with til
Mobile aud Umo railroad transfer boat, ui.il
steamer for Memphis, Hod Ulvcr, Vlcks-
burg and New Urluaux.
ClUB. O. Woud, Clcn'l Ticket Ag't,
Jno. Lek, Jk., Sup't.
LOCAL WCATIIKK REPORT.
U. S. Sin. Skx., unsikVKH'H orrici,
Ciiku, June 12, 173, 10:11 p.m.
Thermometer 7& dagreci.
Wind, nortbeast, velocity 4 miles per
Maximum temperature last 24 hours, at
4 p. m., 84 degrees.
Minimum temperature, last 24 hours, at
S a. tn., GO degrees.
Prevailing wind last 2 hours, northeast
Total number ot miles wind travclUd, last
34 hours, 64.
EmviN Oakland. Obsencr
Mrs. II. I. Horn wishes to Inform her
patrons and tbe tadics ol the city generally,
that she has remoed her drcsvmaklng
rooms, No. 114 to No. 105, next door to the
AthBnim, up stairs. O-S-lm
Fine white ; singlo and double S amln-r
tingle and double X Canary, bvst quality ot
maullla, blue letter, etc., etc. W,wo for
aale, printed at f3 &0 to (j W per tbuusand,
at the lli't.i.iiiN OrriCB,
Ta an; and all who desire a tine,
genuine French calf.kid, Morroco or patent
leather pair of boots, gaiters or shoes of uii
or all of the latest styles, Wllll un Filler-, on
Twentieth street, 1. ready to furnish them
at the most reasonable rate, and guarantees
good .lock, good fits anu perfect satisfaction.
Mrs. Anna Ltag on rMghthttreet, between
Commercial and Washington atcnucs, has
Just opem-d out a stock of new and fashion.
able millinery goods. She has one hundred
and nfty dinercnt styles of hats and bonnets,
betide a large assortment ol ribbons, flow
era and notion, ol all sorts, all ol which wll
be cold at the lowest prices.
FINK LAUNDRY WORK.
Mn. Lettle Coleman takes this method of
Informing tbe public that she is now pre.
pare to do all kinns of fine laundry work, at
cbeap rates. Fluting, crimping, etc, uoiit
at a email advance per (loren on pUIn clothes.
rantUeaeud Individuals wui tiud It to tluli-adraataa-e
to take tbelr elolhasto Mrs. Coir.
4U. ktattdMce oa Faurth ttmt, touth
tf da, kvtirm WaklBftM aa4 OoioatartUl
All klndi of llneni, lacci, edgings, and
trimming of evory variety at Burger'.
Sold again. The 'Sun U bright. Elyilan
ain't good, nut tin n that printer!
1'nrasols and a la gc lot ot custom made
boots and ahoca are pold cheap nt Durgor's.
S'lvo thousand ib breakfast bacon; 90,H)
li bacon ahouldcre; ft,00u Iba puiti .umi.jujt
received, and f jr sale low at Mathtui A Uu's.
The cntcrprlaliiK merchant of Washington
avenue, Mr. Mocovlcn, will until tho "OtH
Intt , dlipo.ie of Ills largo stock ol good',
notions, etc., at co.t. Call on him If yo"
waut bargain. (V)"
What doea the Memphis Appc mean
when It remark), in ambiguous pbrc, that
It ia understood that Mr Joo Ats'e ot Cairo,
has purchased a fragmentary lntcrot in the
rudder of tho Klla Hughca
Wc wlh to Martlo nobody, l.m Kvaiu
cut Mayor Wood's throat on Wednesday
lat cut it deliberately and proletflonally.
The operation ha had a good effec t. Mayor
Wood wai vlMMo on the atrcota yesterday,
Mr. .1. M. Moncole. ia cloning out his en
tire stock of good at cost. The hooiU
must be sold, at Mr. Moscovic expresses a
detenutnatlon to have his shelves clear and
ready tor his successor on the '."Oth of June
JL- A Special assembly of the Cairo couu
tctl. No. 24 It. and S. M.'Wlll be held at
the Masonic hall this (Friday) evening. June
13th. Ily order of. I. 1.(3. M.
F. KoHsMKYKit, Ilecordcr.
New stock ami new styles ol wallpaper
paints, oils, window glass, etc., etc., nt U. V.
Meigs' new store, Washington avenue and
Elccnth ttrcet. Call and sco the latest
styles In wall paper before purchasing c!c
wnerc. 4.1 .
Yesterday in lllrd's policu rotirt four
csh-s weru tried. Two plain drunk, Jail
thrrc da each; ono disorderly conduit,
live days in tho cal.ibooto, and ono I. oil
Smith, lor being an Inmate of :i house o'
lll-.auie, lined 10 and costs, constituted the
stun and suhManco or the day's proceed
"S". Hack1- for the Cairo, Arkansas and Texas
railroad, starting from White v Oiccr'n
store, corner ot Sixth street ami Ohio levee,
run as follows:
Leave at g n.ni.
, 4 p.m.
Arrive Inclty nt 10 a.m.
" ' Ap.in.
0-S tf John Mkvkks, Agent.
Hurxcr has a couipletc line ol hosiery o(
all k.iids, and corsets, collars, cutfs, etc., in
jir. xi. 3i. aioskovics, tho cuterprlslng
Mcnivi in in ) juuui, tvasuiimtoii uvenuu
lietwecii Ninth and Tenth streets, oilers his
lurgc and varied stock of goods at cost
prices. Ills store Is lull ol the choicest ol
dry goods ol every vailety and quality, an J
the prices at which he Is dNposIug ol them
are astonishingly low. Call upon him and
atisfy yourself. 6-7 tf.
Uy reference to the card to be found in
another column in this morning's Huu.rjTlN
It will be seen that ill. L. II. 3lyer pro
poses to sel olflils entire stock of household
"ml kitchen furniture, consisting of beds,
beddings, lurnlturu of every dlxcrlption, car
pet', etc. The st-ick will bo itUpo-ed at pri
vate sale, and a flrat-ctast chance lor bar
calns will bo olTcreit.
A new and beautiful assortment of grcna
-linu- mi- now lor sale at titirgi-r a. Call and
The Methodists will celebrate tbe Fourth
by a river excursion, and the lllbsrnlaiis by
a grand picnic. We, therefore, curl up uud
hero und now, because of fear of tho wrath
of these Institutions, discontinue our advo
cacy of a general celebration of the day. Wc
owo much to the church and company.
I'liev both nrc striving to savo us from tire
tho one Irom fire in this lite, and tue other
from that which cometh after lite. May
hey both bo successful I
Swiss muslin , tarietons, French and Ham
burg embroideries at llurgcr's. Great bar
gains. The MMhodist trietids have chartered tho
elegant steamer Eckert, and proposo giving
unotlicr excursion up the umo nu-roii me
Fourth of July. These excursions have
been very pleasant and satisfactory, and as
the steamer has been newly painted and
otherwise bcatltltlcd and made more com
furtable, this may bo cxpouted to bn more
pleasant than the preceding ones, The ar
rangcmentM havo commenced In good tlum.
and nothing will bo omitted in making it the
occasion of tho season. Wo bespeak
Umo crowd. Further notice soon, U-12 td
Hurger hss Just received a lull Hue
summer dress goods of every description
which will be sold cheaper than tho chrnp
N'nt n siii-russ the 'Still' mull US a rat
eiLteher. the be.t etidelico ol which Is to be
loiiud In the fact that the old gopher or T'llK
Uulueti.v coiitinues to rorago on the city
cheiise cake, Tho city marshal would more
likely oiler us a bell rather than a lag u w
were lo aimlj to him. No. no ; thu 'sun'
uiun as a rat-catcher is nut a success, bun
Very good. Wc applaud tho Joko. Altc
duo deliberation wo lue come to the cou'
cluslou that the 'Suu' Is right. Instead ol
tag thu cltv marshal would oiler him bells
and a cap. A cap and hells would unerr
ingly indicate the kind of a man hu Is him
Hurger Is now oltc'rin; lor sale a s pic ml Id
assortment ol dress silks, Japanese suitings
etc., etc., at the in j-t reusonahlo rates.
This is to inform the people or Cairo that
Rev. C. I uerschuer, pastor of the German
Lutht-rn church ol h!s city, lias opened
school wherein both the German and Kus
ii-ii languages will bo tuiiglit. ir there arc
those an ong our American bom citizens
who wish to hate their children leurn to
read, write anil speak thu German language,
the) now hue an opportunity to grailiy
thatnlsh. ltcv. Du cr.c bin-r is u thorough
(icriiun and Englis scholar, ami will .n
imdlort to nukj tho school of which lio Is
principal a success.
Ily order ot thu IIoaiuj or DiKCCTOita,
The 'Sun' has been requested to nkk our
doctors their opinion of Ohio river water.
Did one ol the doctors mako the request so
he might hate an excuse for nulling Into
print Everybody who knows anything
knows that Ohio river water is unhealthy,
T.iat fact was demonstrated long ago. Wu
are lui-llued to believe that all kinds ol
water are unhealthy. Wclas bocr should Lu
substituted. Itinay be procured at Walker's,
lliattau's, AiiselinuiitV, Jicckrl's and Scbw. .
meyer's. Wo make this announcement for
the benefit ol those good people who lime
been so much addicted to thu use ol water
taey have not discovered where the belter
besvrsi way bo louud, Wela ueei
quenches tulrit, fattdiis od prevent cholera.
Mr. A. IllacV, at tho ctty sboo store, cor
ner of Eighth street and Commercial avenue,
has Just received a large stock ol new goo.li,
consisting ol ladles', gents', miates', and
children's ahees, which ho it oiferlng nt pri
ces lower Uau over. This stock ol shoes
was carefully selected, and is n. line an ns-
ouitmental goods of the kind as Was ever
brought to till. city. Mr. Hlack, the pro
prletorof the city shoe store, lias had many
yea's experience in the fhoo limine si, and
s thoroughly potted In all Its branches. Ho
never biljs any but the latest stj lis of goods,
and as a conn-'iuctico has built up a trade In
magnltudu second to none in this city. For
the latest styles of ladles', gents', misses'
id children's shoes go to A. Hlack, corner
of Eighth street and Commercial avenue.
Tho most beautiful percales, Jaconett and
other white 'dress goods ever brought to
nils market, can bo bought lor exceedingly
owpilnes at llurgor's.
Not tuocli I'lie Cairo MornlliL' (llorv inks
lis to denounce tho absentees Ircm the coun
cil meeting on Tuesday night. Can't do It.
It would bo very uti-wrong, on-coii-tlttitlunal
and a mauliestalloti of bitter iimrutttude.
H O don't :ilit tn "L'llill' a tile." ttlst vet-
not it tho court kuotvs herself. Sun.
I ho 'Sun' has said n lew words which
could not be construed Into a compliment to
the city government, but which were the
merest excuse for disparagement, and now
Is acting as if It bad done u heroic action,
Somebody lias been patting it on the back
aud telling it to go in. If the mayor Is dcrc
llct In duty why don't tho 'Sun' point out
his shortcomings f It does not do this, but
whines that he Is not a good olliccr an
hints more than it dare say. Why not mako
speclllc clmrgcs'nnd sustain them by proof f
He Is not a sacred crocodile, ox or bull. lie
can be handled without gloves and without
disastrous results. If lie Is not a good of-
liter the 'Suu' should attack him bravely
and not shoot nt him the arrows ot lnlnu'
Alderman Morris s.ilil yesterday ullcmooii
In tho council meeting that he did not tin
derstand liou-it wa, tint whllo City Clctk
Howie; uses pens worth scveuiy-llve centi a
box, Ctty Treasurer cuiuiiiigiiaui uses pens
worth two auda-halt and threo dollars a box
and while tho clcik uses pencils worth lllty
rents it dozen thu treasurer uses pencils
worth dollar and twenty-live cents adoziu
Aldcruiau lllttcnliouso then rose and said
he thought the treasurer used too many
pom anyhow. Then the discussion stop
pcd. If the treasurer is extravagant why
don't the council bring him up with a short
turn ? Why is the subject touched and the
dropped. Tho treasurer has probably ex
pcnd-d three or lour dollars lor pens mid
pencils in tho last eight month?, and it
right that this horrible leak should b
stopped. If tho conn, II don't stop the leaks at
tho spigot how can wn get along t Th
bung nolo can look to Itself. The spigot
the council's ntronghold. The pen and pen
cil question la nuw tho all important (jtiei-
lion. Down with extravagance In pens I
IN FORM ATI ON
The following circular was recently issued
by the board ol health of Evansvllle, Indi
ana, Mayor Wood ot this city, having writ-
tcu to the mtyor of Kvausvllle tor lutorma-
tton on health matters, that gentleman lu re
turn sent him this clrculur :
The board ot health havo Issued tho fol
lowing circular : Cleanliness and Vriitilatlou
are ol the utmost Inu.ortaui-o n hvultii
uioauic. accumulations oi animal or
vegetuble matters, llablo to decay, should
bu uvolded. CelUra and otlt-hoil-cs should
be ireniientlv and thoroughly vle.iied, und.
it need br. dlslntected. S here the wuter
ut cisterns emits a smell it should bo du
odoriziil. 1'rlvy vaults should budislnlected
ulllciently ottcu to tiretent nuy tutu
oilor. Drains, guttcis und alleys, where
slop is thrown, should be dlsinleetcd at least
three times a week wild common lime or
some of the prcparitions iiuuieu below.
Wal and fences Ike v to absorb molsttiro
should bu freely coated with lime whitewash.
Jisluleclanis common cnarcoai uneiy pow
lerod nnswers Well for cisterns. One ullart
tluown Intu a clstcinof ordinary size will
ileodnrizo it ior six wo ks. .uouiu tho
wu ir be very toul, pennangatiato ot potash
liotiKi uo useii. unc ounce iz. cenisj win
purity a hundreu-barrel cl-leru. Common
copperas (ti to 10 cetits per pound) Is onu of
lliu ciieapesv iii.iiiii-ciiiuui iur irivy vaults.
rwu pounds oi coiiperas to itircu
bullous of water, somo of which
should be tis--d dally, will purify
un ordinary privy lor threo weeks. Carbo-
Utu ol lime (2U ccniN per pounu) is perhaps
tho most uecldcti ami eiiicu'iii (iisinieeiatit,
hut lor odor use It Is obiectlouable because
or Us tarry smell. Ono pound will purliy a
privy for three weeks, r or household Use,
liromociuoraium conn per pimj is moil
il-sirahlu beeaiiso of Its limine no odor.
One pint added to iiltiu pints of water. It
ovaiuually sprinkled about or placed In
uni-n vcssi-is or notired on siioiil'ch sus-
pcuded In thn air. will thoroughly di-iufcet
any roum, cellar or ptUy from ono to turco
FntNlTUIIi: FOR SALE AND HOI SK
lill sell at prlvato sale at my residence on
Sixth street, nuar Washington nvemie, tin
following described article-, to-wit: Four
bedsteads, 8 mulresses, 1 child's bed und
iiutn-ss, I parlor set, 2 marble tup bureau',
2 marbla top washstands, 2 sets ol cauu
bottom chairs, t rocking chairs, 1 bonk ca-e
and books, 1 mirror (French plate) 7 leet by
2), It small tables, 1 mirble top centre table,
1 loungi', fi coal-oil lamps, 1 silver water
pitcher, salver and cups, 2 wardrobes,
feather pillows, 111 yards of HrilsscI carpet,
30 yards three-ply carpet, tl yards two-ply
carpet, 31 yards stair carpet, 21 yards ol lag
carpet, 2 lino table castors, 2 bed spring, 1
continental solf-recdiug heating stove with
tine pipe, and three other heating stoves, Is
window shudes, 1 extension table, 1 ico
chest, I huthlng.tuh, 4 wash-tubs, 2 newly
invented clothes ringers, 1 lino cooking
stove, tinware, dishes, 1 extension table, u
lot or oil-cloth door mats, I rosewood 7 oc
tave plituo, Tho urticles have only been
tbeil fur live months. The house that I oc
cupy will he for rent to a good tenant.
OH It 111. Mvkiih.
TO THE WEST.
For sale, a ticket good lor 1500 miles
travel Is.ucd "to bearer" and good either
way for nneormoro person", over the At
I (title and t'lti'lllu railroad (length 327 miles)
(rum Franklin, Mo. .through Holla, Lebanon,
Springfield, I'lerco City, Neosho and Senaca,
Mo,, to Vlnlta, Indian Territory, and good
over the Missouri l'ucltlo r.ilhoad (length a'to
tulles) irom St Louis through Franklin, Jcl
fcrson City, Tipton, Scdalla, Pleasant Hill,
Kansas City, Wyandotte and Leavenworth
to Atchison, Kansas, and over the branches)
ol these two roads, rrom Tipton to llooiu--vllle,
Mo., 25 miles, Irom Sedalla to Lcxltig.
ton, Mo,, Cj5 miles, nnd from Pleasant Hill to
Lawrence, Kansas, I'd miles. For further
particulars enquire nt this olllcc.
h. A. ltl'UNKTT,
MR. THAYKlt'e I.UOTUKK MUSIC.
Mrs Lalisden, assisted by some of the
best musical talent of the city, will sli,g be
fore and alter Mr. Thayer's lecture this
evening at the Presbyterian church.
The lecture will commenco at 8 o'clock.
Tloketi Wo to ho bad at the door.
BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1873
TI1K VOLIOEMEN INFOHMKD
Til Kilt iJALAIlYlGAN NOT
THE OITY PKINTINO QUESTION
XTKAVAOANT l'UHOIIASKS OF
PENCILS AND I'EN.S.
A ipecinl mectine; of tho city council
was held at tho council chamber jotter-
All tho inoniborj or tno council were
proont with Mayor Wood presiding.
morosr.i) sn:cui. amksimxnt.
Tho committed on strolls laid before tho
meeting a communication recommending
that it special aiso'sinont be mado ngtilnil
tho property fronting on Ohio levco to
ralso moans to ilofrny tho eipnuto ol
gravollitig that itreot.
Tho communication together with tho
rocoiumetidations of tho committee, were
referred to tho ordinance comtnittoe, will
instructions to draft an ordlnnnce In uc
cordnncu with tho rccommondntlon thorein
it can't nit Mil.
Tho commlltco on polico and Jail, to
whom was reforroJ tho petition of thu po
lice constables asking that tholr pay bo
nu Jo equal to $75 in money, reported that
in tlioir opinion tho council could do nnth
ing in tho matter.
Aldorman Murrlf, from tho cDriirnlttc
on printing, prcientod tho contract he
tween John H. Oborly, party ol tho llrht
part and tho city of Cairo, party of th
second part for tho city pruning forth
year endlnc Juno 5, 1 8 . . Tho contract
was signed by Mr. Oborly, all tho mum
bers ol tho printing commiitoe, and hav
ing received tlio signature of .Mayor Wood
was orderod to bo fllod in tho city olorU
noit:i or iiK.vi.Tit r.KroiiT.
The mayor, at chairman of thu board of
heulth, submitted u communication U
thu council, totting forth what tho board
had done nnd what It was doing. A synot
tis of tho report will appear in tho coun
cil proceedings to bo published in Tu
Uiri.LKTi.v to-morrow morning. At th
conclusion of tho reading of tho report th
mtyor stated his object In submitting th
1-nmmunicution to be because somo of th
pxpurs of tho city vvero endeavoring to
make it Hppuar that tho board of health
were "lotting tho city go to tho dogs."
Hu said this was not true; the olhcors
wuro and had been doing all tboy could to
have tho city thoroughly cloansod. They
bad been cmburrassud lu their work by
tho wot weather, No ioonor would they
got to work than down would cumo a
heavy rain, and then they would not bo
ablo to do anything for days. Tho fault
was not so much with tho city
officials as it was with the
weather clerk in lending too irtuili
rain. Not onlv th! " ,
city bad not money enough to employ u
wholo gang of m on to go about and clean
up. They hud done tho best tboy could
under tho circumstuncei, and that wnt all
that could bo oxpected of them.
BCHll' SOMKTIUNO MUST HE DONK.
Tho mayor iilso submitted ft com
munication sotting forth that cortnin
parties woro on tho stroota taking all thu
city scrip thoy can gel nt reduced raies.
that no city taxes bad boen collected Tor a
long time, nnd nono could bo collected bo.
fore April, 187 1 ; slid that the uxponso of
running the city until that time would ne
cessarily throw a largo utnminl of scrip on
tho market, and that unlets somo action
was tukon to prevent it, city orders would
go down to &fi or CO cents on tho dolUr.
Ho (uggctlod tho convurtion ol tho out
standing, ititeroU bearing scrip into
bonds, bearing tho same rato of interest,
and to run three, four und flvo years.
Tho communication was refnrred to thu
tlnancocommilteu for their consiJoretion
nil.W ALLOWED AMI HEKKnilKl).
A largo number of bills, woro presented
Tho bill of 10 from Dr. Evans lor pro-
festional sorvicos on n prisoner in tho city
jail wns reported back by the committee
on claims with tho recommendation that
It bo refurrod to tho city nltorney for his
opinion m to whether tho city was com-
polled to pay It. It sooins tho prisoner ro
colved his injurlot in a homo of ill-famu
bofore hu fell into tho hands ot tho police.
Tho bill of II. A. Ilannou for $10 DO
for puns, ink, paper, eto., for tho city treat
uror nnd comptroller was sent back, with
tho recommendstion that (7 SO bo allowed
in full of tho bill.
Aldurinan Morris said ho wished to call
attention tu thu dill'urenco In tho bills mado
by thu clerk and thnso mado by tho trout
urer. Thu clorlt used puns worth soton
ty-tivo cent! a box whilo tho treasurer had
to havo pens worth J 60 and 3
a box j tho clerk bought pencils worth
fifty cunts a dozen whllo tho treasurer's
costs ono dollar nnd tvvunly-llvo cents a
Tho clerk nroio aud corrected tho Al
derman. Ho said hu did not buy poncils
at tho oipenio of tho city.
Aldurinan Rittcnhouio said "tho treui
uror had mud moro pent sinco ho wsa
treattiror than ho (Aldurinan Hittonhouio)
did in flvo years. Tho troaiurur kupt n
store, and ."
Thu bill was allowed as rccommondod
by tho committc,
Tho contract for reconstructing tho
sidewalks us mentioned in tho advertise
ment which nppearud in Tut: Huli.ktik
of Wednesday morning wits awarded to
Mr. .las, Ketinudy, at forty cents per foot.
Tho bids for the brick sldowallc on Sev
enth street wero laid on tho table.
REM. ESTATE FOR SALE.
Two houses and threo lots on tho corner
of. Seventh and Walnut streets. The houses
are as good as new, bavluf beeu thoroughly
repaired this last spring. Wl I ba told at a
hargiin, Enqutro ou the premises, or at
124 Commercial avenue. 0U1-2W
SUitmor Quickstep, Kvanivlll
(leorgo 0 Wulll'e, Red river
Molllu Kbort, St Louis
Ulty of Vick.burg, Vickthuru
bum Roberts, Louisvillo
Orand Tower, St Louis
Allco nr(iwn,St Louis
Mary Houston, New Orient
Stoamor F.ddyvlllo, Nathvillo
uoinmonvvoniiu, ot t.outs
" (lulckstep, Kvansvlllo
" Arlington, Memphis
" Sam Urown, St Lulls
" Futuro Citv, "
Mollio Ebort, Piltilurg
" City of Vlcksburg. St Louis
" JIary Houtton, Lotilivillo
Tho Ohio is nbout at a itandnt this point
tho swell canted by recent rains having
T o Mississippi contlntios lo swell slow
ly at St. Louis, but is oxpcctcil to to fall
ing in a short time.
WKATIlKIl AS1 llCS IN KM.
Tho wonthor yesterday was vory pleat
ant. Tho day was not o warm at for
aovoral days provlojp, ami a cool brueu
provailcd throughout tho day.
Iltisinoss on thu landing was nbout ns It
hat bcon for some tlmo pntt. There was
Tho Arlington put oil' about 200 pack
a jes at this point. Sbo has only a tnodcr
ato trip for tho Mississippi. "While com
Ing over tho bar nt Rising Sun the Hanked
a slntta bargo of tho tow of the Robin
(ljinolishing her puntry-room, and
colved othor Injuries.
Tho Sam. Roberts brought her tow to
this city, nnd goes back after thu YV. II
Urown to help her up with hor tow until
they meet tho Knnavvah.
Tho Quickstep brought M bogheads of
t ihacco for tho C. and V. R. R. ; f,0 bar
relsol whiskey for Memphis; 30 bundles
of wagon stutr for Vicksburg; 8 tons of
undrigs and a fair trip ot people.
We understand thu Eddyvillo will talto
thu placo of tho .Ins, isk until tho tatter's
shttft is repaired. Tho Fisl; was not taken
lo Mound City as stated by Tuk Ilt'l.LK
tin of yustorday morning. Shu was taken
to Puducah by the Eddyvillo.
A subscription of (17,O0u has already
been inudn tu build n steamer to run in
connection with tbe steamer Eldvvlllu.
Tno boat Is tu bo longor and more beam
than tho Eddyvillo but of tho samu
drvuglit, and will cost about $r-',0e0. Sho
w.ll bo named Hollo of tho Cumberland,
and bo in charge of Capt. Tom Ryinnni
with I-'. Oraccy in tho ollice.
Urjwn & Jonus of Memphis nro com
pleting a contract with Walker A' Noll s
of this city for thu building of tho hull of
a now tug, probably for tho machinery of
Capt. J. R. M Johnson, aged forty
three, died in Memphis Sunday. Ho was
engaged for many j'oars on the river.
Capt. Sam Orr, late of tho Shamrock.
una purcnnieu uio walnut saw-mills,
situated on tho Illinois Central railroad,
in this city.
i'HlL. HO WARD,
Cltj OfisUoutvl Bank Bnllilln.
aavHpcial atlentiOD paid to orders Irom stsan
A HAD HOLE.
A business man while delivering a load of
merchandise, found to his regret that ho had
piloted his horse Into a holo on Poplar street
between Seventeenth und Eighteenth streets,
which altervvurils proved on examination to
contain no bottom. Should this come under
the notlcoor some of our city lathers, it is
hoped that they will repair it and place a
bottom In it so that thu public will bo pro
touted. Tho gentleman after extricating his
load placed . 'i notice ol no bottom" over
tho placo so as to inform those who would
havo occasion to come that way of tlio danger
that awaits them.
1 will otrer for sale on Thursday, Juno 12,
utDJ o'clock a.m., at tho residence of Cbas.
Hind on Seventh street, between Washing,
ton uveiiuu and Walnut street, his entire
household und kitchen lurniuure, consisting
ol marble top center tables, cushion chairs,
bureaus, bcdsiead", wardrobes, carpets,
extension tables, mattrasscs, pillows, mir
rors, cook stoves, In tact all his household
uud kitchen furniture will bo sold, in he
leaves the city. Sale positively without re
serve. 1). Hakt.man, Auctioneer.
This popular hotel has been relittcd and
mpro ved, and Is now one ol tho most com
tmtablu stopping places In tho city. Tho
travelling public and persons desiring
pleasant quarters by tho week or month, will
always Hud them ut lliu Commercial hotel.
Rates of board havo been redtictcd as fol
lows: Day board, $1 50 per week; transit,
tl do pur day; board ami lodging, from 5
to f7 per week. tf
As waim weather is approaching tho
lovers ol Ico cream will be glad to leuru that
Messrs. Saiip A- Clarkson have tilted up and
refurnished, lu elegant style, their leu cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain bus
also been put ill running order, uud nothing
is vvahtiic about tho establishment to make
thu pleasttio ami eomturt of their patrons
Olli: UL'NDRKD MEN WANTED.
One hundred men wanted to work on the
Mississippi Central railroad, seven miles
soiituwest ol Dresden, Tennessee, and
twelve colored men for teamsters, by Slice
h in 'Toler, contractors, flood wages
given and lieu transportation furnished.
Apply to M. Huhns,
Proprietor Mechanics boarding house,
Cairo Illinois. (M2-tl
Vuluablo real estate consisting ol threo
hits fronting on Fifteenth' street betwocu
Wulmitati i Cedar; largu Iramo house ncaily
new, two itoilet, threo roomi on each floor,
outhouses, etc. For further particular! en
quire at die premlici, Mkb, C. SBHBfAJf.
I1KST RU9INE33 LOTS IN CAIRO.
One and two, block live, corner ol Tonth
and Ltvea strcots, so long enquired after
we now oner forsalo on oasv terms, I bis
properly, as Is well known by residents of
Cairo, It for business purposes, the very best
n me cit) . hor tcin, etc., enquire ol
John (J. Harma.n Co,,
0-12-tr. Real Estate Hrokers, rtr.
A cabinet organ, ns good m new, and of
ilrst-cluss manufacture will ho sold low mid
on ra'y terms by applying to
Mum. M. .f. Dewkv.
Cor. Wellington Ave. und Fourteenth St.
Salonn-I.ccpcrs mid all others uro hereby
notified to sell no more liquor of nuy kind,
Intoxicating or otherwise, to my husband
J. T. Collins, or they will be prosecuted to
the lull extent nl the liquor law.
20.10-nt. M amy Ann Cou.ini.
An tiiiliiruished loom with board,
pleasantly located, on Tenth, No. 10
between Walnut and Washington streets.
Itcfcrencus required. A few day bonnier
can he accommodated also (Mil-til
A house, 8 rooms and f closets, with one
lot nnd a half, corner of Twenty-first and
Poplar streets, on easy terms. For further
Information, apply on tho premises.
WANT'KD SITUATION, 1
Ily a rltst-class cook, holelorboardlng house. I
Ap"ly nt this olllcc, or at Mrs. Sullivan's !
boanllint house on Twcnty.flHh strc,t. .
Regular boarders at the European hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, receive board at
the rate of 20 per month. .V10-tf
PIIOO F L y! "TON ' TlT( ) TD E R ME!
Oct one of Stntidliigcr's y exterminators,
at Hkkiiw vur, OitTit Co.
HOT WEATHER" IS COM-1
ING KEEP COOL. 1
Refrigerators nt from $18 to ,
$50. Ice. chests at $11, $13,
Slo, Si 7, $20, etc. Beer cool
er.s at Cincinnati retail prices
water coolers, ice cream freez
ers, wire cloth for window
screens, bath ami foot tubs,
charcoal furnaces, charcoal by
the bushel, barrel, etc., at
Bkkrwart, Orth tfeCo's.,
13G Commercial Ave.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given to all persons inter
ested that tlio city council ol tho i-lty ot
Cairo, Illinois, having ordered that side
walk bu reconstructed and reuuwed on the
following named streets, to-vslt: On tbe
north side of Nineteenth street from Com
mercial u venue tu Poplar stneet; on the
. .. A. ,(UIU ISIVIHtOII
street to Tnenty-tllth street; on
tho north side ol Twentieth street
trom Ohio levee to Walnut street;
on tho south side of Twentieth a reel from
Ohio leveoto Washington avenue, liave ap
plied to tho county court ot Alexander
county, state ol Illinois, lor an us-essineiit
ol the cost of said Improvements according
to benefits, and un assessment thereof hav
ing been made ami returned to said court,
the tlnal hearing thereof will bo had at tho
July term ol said court, commencing on the
21st day ol July, A. D ln(3. All persons
desiring may then and there appear nnJ
make their delensu
John q. Hakman, i
John If. Gosswan, I Coinruis.Iou
Thomas Wintkk, I
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
SPECIAL WAItRAN T NO. 1 .
Public, notlcu Is hereby given that the
county court ot Alexander county, has ren
dered Judgment torn special assessment up
on property benetlted bv the lollouInL- lio.
proveineiit : The new sidewalk on the west
smeoi wuiiiuieriiai acnue, oeiwecn second
and Third streets; the new sidewalk on thu
south suio or lentil street, trom Walnut
street to Julferson avenuu; ths new side,
walk oo thu south side of Thirteenth street,
from Commercial avenue to Washington av
enue; tho now sldcwulk on the north side
ol Sixth street, between Washington ave
nue ai:dJettcrsoiiavi-mtu: thu new sidewalk
on the cast sldu of Washington avenue. In
front of lot IS. 10, 20 and 21, In block 24, in
tho city ot Cairo; tho new sidewalk on
the north side of Twelfth street In front of
block me, In tho Third audition to tho city
ol Cairo; the new sidewalk ou tho north
slue of Cross stieet, from Washington av
nuu to Waluut street ; thu new sidewalk ou
the cast side ol llolbrook avenue, from West
Twenty-third to WcstTwenty-fourthatreots;
the new sidewalk ou the south sldu of West
Tvventy-lourlh streot fiuiti llolbrook avenue
to l'urk avenue; the reconstructed side
walk on thu south side ol Divis
ion street Irom Poplar street to
Washington avenue; thu reconstructed side
walk on the north side of Center street from
Washington avenue to Walnut street ; the
reconstructed "Uiewalk on thu east side of
I'upl.ir street from Eighteenth street lu III
vision street ; the rccntistrui-iud sidewalk on
tho vvcBt sldu ot Poplar street Irom Eigh
teenth to Division streets; tho recoii-lna ted
sidewalk on thu south side ol Nineteenth
street Irom Poplar -treet to Commercial ave
nue ; tbe reconstructed sidewalk on tho
north side ur Twenty-linn street rrom
Washington avenuo to Walnut street ;
thu reconstructed sldcwulk on the south side
of Twenty-tilth street from Walnut
street to llolbrook avenue; thu reconstruc
ted sidewalk on thu south sido ul Thirty
fourth street from Commercial avenue to
Washington avenuu, as will more Hilly ap
peal from the certllleil copy of thu Judgment
on tlio In the ollleo ot tho clerk of tlio cltv of
i airo, that a warrant for thu collection or
such assessment is initio nanus or thu un
dersigned All pursons interested aro hereby notified
fo calf and pay the amounts usses-ed at lliu
crllector's oltlco No. Ul Ohio Levee within
thirty days irom tho date hereof,
Dated thlsUih Uny ol June, A. D 1S70,
KnnKitT A. Cunningham, Collector.
"OAIHO AND PADUGAII
Tii spleadi sUsmsr
Dick Fowlbii, Captnln
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
4 p.ra For freight opaasage apply on boat or
to Jas. Mauoky, Ag'L
WILMAM .1. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
j 0AIRO, ILLINOIS.
Ofllpiovcr FlrstNatlonal bank.
HAMWKL I'. WHEKLEK,
ATTOItlKV & C0UNSRI.OR AT LAW
OlHco ovel Flist National hank.
John II. Millk.y.
Willam C. Mtilkcy.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
nfllce, icar rooms over llaitnoti'tt book
NO. PJI COMUtllCIAt. AVXVUK,
Ib-tw eon Seventh nnd Eighth streets,
UHEEN ii OILJIKHT,
COUN8KLORS AT LAW,
I William ll.dreea, 1
William 11 Ollhert. V
Milss F.mitsrt, J
awspaota. attention (Isaa to admiralty aad
orFica onto LMvae, noons T ajtd 8oym
OITT VATIOVAt. IIAHK.
JAMES II. SMITJ1,
Attoekthy .A.T Lav"
Real Estati: Agent.
Will buy aud sell all kinds of real estate,
pay taxes, lent houses, make collections and
MONEY TO LOAN.
120,000 In sums nl 1500 to $2,000 on Im
proved real estate security lu Cairo.
Stores, manufacturing establishments,
dwellings and furniture. Hulls and cargoes
Insured atieasonable rates In first-class com
panies. Orrttr. No. SO Onto Ltvir.
0-18 tf. CAIRO. ILLS.
8 AM WILSON,
Mil. MAX ROLL EK,
Is E P A I R K R ,
Will only n-maln In this city one week
longer, and.respcctlully request, that ordeis
tor tuning, etc., might bolelt at E. A W.
lludcr'n store. 0-8 01"
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' auoscnpiion last lull, wucn log Amine a-
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demonstrated, have exerted themselves to
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work; and tho plans for Die coming year,
as unfolded by the mouth ly Issue, will a
tonlslt and delight ejen the rood tangulno
friends ol the Aldinc.
The Aldlno will reproduce example ol
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view to thu highest artistic success, and
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or copies of any kind.
Tho quarterly tinted plate for 1873, will
reproduce four of John S. Davis' inimitable
child-sketches, appropriate In the four ca
sous, These plates, appearing in the issue
fin January, April, July, and October,
would bo alono worth tho price of a year'
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Every subscriber to thn Atdlne, who pv
In advance for tho year 1873, will receive,
without additional cbargo, a pair of beautl
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English painter. The pictures, entitle'
"The Milage Hello," and "Crossing the
Moor,'- aro 14x20 Inches--are printed trom
2.1 dlUereut plates, requiring 2b impressions
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ehroiiios nre sold lor fR) per pair, In the art
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ductors to keep the Aldlne out of the reach
ul competition In every department, tbe
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thu sample furnished tho agent,
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The distribution of pictures of this grade
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Art und, considering the unprecedented
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thu marvel fall little short of a mlriaclo
even to those best acquainted with the
achlevimuiiu of Inventive genlu and lm
prove.1 mechanical appliance. (For Uliis
tratlons or those chromos, see November Is
sue of the Aldlne.) omuvi
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