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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
It KHa laa Msorta-a stoist
Jiy itffM Ik Slhart 1 !
JfO Otx-XGX OF CABS
ntOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OT OARS
OM CAIRO TO
OtnelaaeU, llsespollt. e
Detroit, UtIb4, r
BaJllniore, rMUdelpbla, hew Totk.
Bolton an4 all pciats fMt.
at llsreokle, Janetrtlle, at4lsn,
UeQrcese, Bl. real aad all polnta norto.
this li also the etly direct pint to
DeeaUr, BloomlngVoa, HpnnxelJ,
Peoria, QalBCT, Keokuk,
urliaftoa, Hock 1 aland, La Hall,
leadota, Diton, Freeport,
laleoa, pubaque, loas City,
lUtcant Drawing Boom Sleeping CV
On all Night Tralm.
Buni Cseckei to all Important point.
Pf iMkatt aad iniormanon, appi; to I. c. R.H
4ept airaj oa aoard to lno.it ilmr I
Swete Ooloeaboe and Cairo, and at tne prinoip
rallroai ttkl eStee tbrong&out the .ouili.
w. r. JOHNtO.V. Oen'l rui. A't, CnsfO.
A. MiTvaaiL, Oen'l 8up'i. Cfticea-o.
J, J0UH80S Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIME,
raearnrer trains on the Illinois Central
change time t wlsy. From ami alter 2:10
p. m. to-day tralm will run ai follows :
fcxpre, dally . . . ,S:l.i a. m.
Hall, except Sunday ...,4:00 p.m.
Express. 2:10 p. tn.
Mail, dally except Similar ..120 night.
On and alter Sunday, May 2S, an excur
sion train will be run each Sunday on the
Cairo and Vlncennea tallrovl, between
Cairo and Mound City, is tollowa :
Leave MM City. Arrive at Cairo.
o a.m. a.tn
1:30 p.m. t.M i.ra
Leavt Cairo. Arrive at MM City
t a.m. v:i a.m.
0 p.m. 1:30 p.m.
Fare for Uie round trip, fifty cent.
Cbaklu O. Wood, Oen'l Ticket Ag't
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS II. It.
On and alter Monday, June 9. 1873, train
win run uaiiy, except sunuay, betweeu
Greenfield' landing and Slkcaton, Scott
county, nmouii. as louowa
Leave QreenlieM'a 10.00 a.m. and 6:30 p.rn
" Charleston 10:10 " " 11:10
" Mkeaton 7.10 p.m. WJ tf
CAIRO AND VLVof.vNES RAILROAD
Tralm now ieare Cairo and Mound City ai
Leave Cairo. Leavo Mound City.
11 m, 1:15 p.m.
6:16 p.m. 0:10 "
Ciia. O. Wood, Oen'i Ticket Ag't.
vAIBO AND VlliCESSBS RAILROAD
On and after Monday, February 3, 1873,
rains on the C. and V. railroad will run a
cave Cairo 830 a.m.
' Mound City.. 6:10 "
" Eldorado. .. 1:35 p.m.
" NorrfC1ty.. 2:23 "
M Mt. Caroel.. 4:40 "
?riv Vtncennes .. a:4i) "
p. m. le.
IM " ar.
fare iscenoei... 7.-09 a.m.
" Mt. Camel.. HSi "
" CannI 9ii "
" Norniaty.,10J2 '
" Eldorado ..lli
" Mooad City.. i-Zl p. in. m,M a. m. le.
TriTe Cairo . 6lte " 7:11 ar.
Cocnectlnz at Vlncenne with the lndl
rtapolit and locenne.,Ublo and Mlakllppl,
isd EvaaaTille and Craw fordillle railroad.;
M Mt. Carml with the Louli-vllle and New
Albany air line; at Canal with the u Louis
leld and liiicoli southea.trn . at Eldoradn
arlta Iht saawneetown branch ol the 't
LouSi acd southautera i at latrowlth he
ttOit aad Otilo railroail Uin-'r boat, at..i
lUtoert for MemphU, Ktl River, Vlek
fcsrg and Sew Orieo.
Chm. O. Wood, Gen", Ticket Az't.
Lex, Ji., sup-'L
LOCAL tTEATHE RREPOUT.
C. . sin. Six., uMvm'4 Orricr,
Caixo, July ?, VH1 p.ta,
Thrsioaitr ii dezjeen.
" ac, tar.-j. velocity 6. auiei per
Mlnlmana traprVr, Urt 14 Bonn, 'A
PravalUni? wlmt Iiwu U houri, .wvthwt.
Total number at aatl -wimt tnveHd, Ut
14 ho'irx, i3W.
SHOO FLT DO.VT BODUER ME
G esa of aundin?!!! ij exfermliuttrs,
t BCCXWAJtT, OltTH CO.
Regular boarder at the European htl,
Harry Walker proprietor, receive board at
the rate of 20 per month. s-le-tf
Ona double wagon tor sale clup, a p.
ply to Huie Loo mis & Co., No. 01 Ohio
Mrs. U. I. Horn wiibe. to Inform her
patrons and tbe ladles ol tbe city generally,
that she has removed her dretviuaking
roomi, No. 134 to No. 105, next door to the
Atheneum, up stain. o-t-ltn
ttne white t single and double X amber
tingle and double X Canary, best quality of
mlUa. blue letter, etc, etc. 0,000 for
alt, priaud at 3 60 to 6 W per thousand,
at the Bulletin Omcic,
A cabinet organ, s good as new, and ol
rsvclass xoanuticture will be sold low and
ja easy terms by applying to
Mns. M. J. DKwrv,
Cor. Washington Ave. and Fourteenth at.
Valuable real estate consisting ot throe
Iota fronting on Fifteenth street between
'tayalnut as 1 Cedar; large Iramt home nearly
Mw, two ttotUi, three rooms on each floor,
anthill, etc For further psriiculsn en
' mfin at ta frtiiti, tUfJ CBs-rbia.
The funoral of Michael Duggtn will
will take placo from Ihe residence of bli
father at half.pait one o'clock to-day. The
train will lUrt Irom Eight Hft. De
ceased wu etghuen years "t ge. Frlendi
of tho family Invited to attend.
In Ihli city at lt.SOp.ra.,Tuei(lar,.Iuly
1, Charlei Francl", Infant ion of Henry (
T., and Catharino Miller, agcu a) montni,
of cholera Infantum. Funeral lervlcei
at tho reiidence of the parent!, Eighth
itreet between Commercial and Washing
ton avenue. Tho remains will be In
terred at Deech Orovt cemetery. Frlendi
of the family inrltod to attend.
ITEMS OF LOCAL NEWS.
VanllU, Strawberry, Lemon and Or
ange Cream at Saup ii Clarkioni, Ct
Tho council proceeding! crowd our
olumni again. All matter muit yield to
Ei.Alderman Carroll allures ui that
everything ii quiet If not lovely In the
Sberbcrtof Orange and Lemon will bo
bad on tbe 4th New candiei and cream
Ron Iloni at Saup !c Clarkioni. Ct
lo-morrow morning at the l'lantor'a
Remember that tho Kckerk goo out
at 8 o'clock on tbe morntng of the Fourth
lie on time 10 that tho boat may rtturn at
!glit In tho loe-
tobacco waro-bouie, Moiiri. Straugbn V
Iltnckla will put upon talc n largo quan
tity of excellent tobacco.
Mrs. Sarhh B. O'Shca nollflei ialoon.
kecpen that they muit not pail the flow-'
log bowl to John O'Shea, who 1 her bet
tor but generally Intoxicated half.
We laid yoitnrday, h one of thco
columni of unJeflled Engliib, "weieefrom
tho 'Sun' of yeiterday." Thli u, In tho
vordi of I'olonlui, "a vile phrafe amoit
Roman Candloi and Sky Rocketi
Camoron Torpodooi for the 4th of July
1 ire crackeri, 3 buncboi for lio eti or 10
cts per bunch. All other flro crackori
equally ai low at Saup & Clarknom. Ct
biluon.Vtepon aro hereby notlftod to
not give or lell my .u.t,.d, jhn O Shea
any intoxicating liquori. I will pro.ecuto
any and all who disregard this notice.
Cairo, Juno 30, 1373. Sarah I). O'Shea.
Tbe Cairo and Vincennei Fourth of
July excunlon train to IJreading'i Hol
low, will leavo the depot at Soventh itrett
at 8 o'clo:k a.m. To obtain reduced ratei
excuniooUla muit procure ticket! bolore
getting on tbe train.
J-urtalu n large amount of choice
fruit In tbe orchard, coniiitingof poacbe.
pearj applet and quincei, on Cairo and
incennei R. R., eleven mlloi from
Cairo. Enquire of J. S. Uawkivm.
C-a"-2w Cruii itreet.
J. R. Cunnlngbam'i hacki will leave
tbe corner of Sixth aireel and tbe leria
uvery boar on tbe Fourth of July, and cn
that eight alio, running to St. Mary's
park. Penoni going to tbe picnic will do
well to rldo with Mr. Cunningham at
twenty-five centi a ride. 7-2-3t.
A beautiful, ihady place bu been
cboicn on the banki of the Ohio river by
tbe manager! of the Eckcrt excunion,
where all can get off and enjoy tbem-
telvei, The Rev. Mr. Thornton has em
ployed men to clean tbo ground off for
croquet, and to fix lean and make every
thing comfortable. All aro invited to
take tbeir croquet leti along.
The alarm of fire laH night wai oc-
cailoned by the explotion of an Aurora
oil lamp in tho second itory of the honse
on Jomtn-rcUl avenue between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth itreeti, occupied
byA.Ctllaaia ialoon. Mn. Cella and
her children were in tbe room when the
lamp exploded. She lueceeded, by the
aid of a sheet, in imulhering out the fire,
bat recleved teverat t'.lghl iuu ul lum
is the operation. The damage dune by
the fire wai of little or no comtouence.
All the fire companle'i were promptly on
the ground ready for irvic. ,
Mr. Henry Elliott, of the Arm of Elll- J
of. A: Uaytborn, has concluded not to
Cairo thit summer, even for a day '
100 much buiinen The larzeit stock of
boots and io4 ever brought to this city,'
and as compute a variety and ai choice s 1
collection ai cia te found in any market, I
is to be dUpoiad of at pricei that place
thea within the riih of all, and he is .
dUratcd to atay tars and sea it done, :
thMf.ire, lasted of sending his friends, I
grsetisg nd gry: bye, he JavitM thsm
t.i mmu.ii isu Hc.ni iiii nappy poises -
f.n of a naavlttisg pair of shoes and tho
dfrt wlta hU bwaaisj. 7-l-3t
It -tt VslieTd by as, the fiatteri'g
Wl by Hop.) tid, thf. b rll hsd run
u co-.rs ia Cairo, bit the tile wis a down
r ht f sIthovi, Tssr ars a few young
man of th city still dsvoted to ths horrible
imasct, and oa tbt iveltering days
iniulgaia it without any maalfettations
of shame. We fear their early training
was defective and wt look forward to tbe
falurs of tbs pliyers with gloomy mlsgiv
iogs. Someoflbsm will mrely go to tb-t
dogs become memVeri of congress, and,
poitibly there Is no evil we may not con.
fllontly propnecy of tl em actually con.
sent to serve their feltow-citlneni in the
city council I We havo employed !Uv.
Mr Sleeper to pray for tbo unfortunato
rasmberi of the "Egyptian" and "Modoc"
clubs, and hope by violent wreitling In
prayer to match them at brands from tbe
burning by Inducing tbcm to forego the
bat and ball.
"A friend of tbe family," writing for
tbeie truthful columni, madn ui remark
yeiterday that "no one ibtuld go to a pic
nic without lotno children In care." We
wish to repudiate ibis sentiment It does
great Injuslico to our reaped lor the truth
Our opinion it diametrically opposod to the
setitlment we have been made to express,
Children are "blessed dears," and all that
ort of thing. They are lovely, when
asleep, and are nico tbingi to have in the
li'iuie on particular occasions, but we be
Here we ihould not mill truth a balr'i
breadth if wt were to declare with grsal
empbasli that ''some children" In cart at a
picnlo Is mora tbaa tome troublt. But
tbara Is no aoconntlnv for tastes. Wi
hate met men who didn't Hkt !
and who did Ilk Fourth of July cele
bration, and we are coniequently prepared
to meet the man who conicUntlouily
believe! that "no one ihould go to a picnic
without lome children In charge.
C ELK DBA.
The Hlbernlani Intond to hnvo a picnic
in Kentucky and a grand ball at cheel'i
hall. The Deltai will occupy tit. Mary'a
park In the celubration tof that glorious
day. Tho Metbodisti proposa an excur
ion up tbe Ohio river. Somo may poiil
bty go "P th Cairo and Vincennoi rail
road on a shooting expedition one wo
Vnnv nf. tho honorablo loorotary of
the Cairo Chamber of Commerce and
"conneeteo," that't a now word, of the
Uullkti w ol'Jce, will go All theie sov
eral lolebralioni, are loud In their adver
tiiement! (except the ihooting expedition
but wo are inclined to think. notwitn
landing, that we are partlalHo the iboot
Ing oxpoditlon, that the Hibernian Fire
Company will "cap the climax 'for it Ii
propoied, Intlio beautiful grovel or Ken
tucky, that a feat will be performed, tbe
like of which the world has never teen ;
namely, John Clancy will climb a gteaied
pole, bead down ward, and defies tbe world
to produce another of lili like. Mcllalo
will officiate ai master of ceremoniei on
, that autplclom anl Interesting occaiion
VERY GOOD LETTER
"THE WORDS OF SOBERNESS AND J
Dtin Bus You
have allowed Elder
Sleeper to ipoak to you in The Bi'llztik,
i.mething in vindication of blmielf. per
haps vou will allow me tbe lame prlvi-
I have a fow plain itatemcnti I wiib to '
make, and when I havo mado them I do 1
. . . . ... 1
not want to coax anyoooy luuoueTeiuim.
That would be too t ard on my modesty.
I came down hero from Centralis, Ig
norant of tbeitatoof things here in our
church, with no tucb deslgni as have
been attributed to mo, in regard to supplant
Ing any minister or of seeking "a soft situ
I have a team of tnuki for hauling
work, by which ray family have
had a Ur;o part of their iup
port. And I would rather now be driv
ing my mulei myself and have all they
make, than to be giving half to tbedrivcr,
if 1 did caro molt for my own eaie I would
do 10. I accepted tbe call of thit aflHcted
Dock of the Lord 1 people, with reluctance
and by bard penuaiding. I do be
lieve from rny heart I with no ill to any
fellow mortal. If I can lead a people in
difficulty, and help any In getting thorn to
do right, and only right, I blow God for
tbe privilege, 1 praiio His grace for tho
power. 1 non dcU? rnyielf ready and
willing to reiign whenever a majority
dt-iire It. And even a respectable min
ority I could not despite but leilouily
consider all the reasons.
O, bow ibort and precious ii our life
here, and why should wo hinder each oth
er'! bapplneii at all? Tbe advice of John
to the soldiers would bo good about Culro:
'Dj violence to no man; neither accuse
any faliely." The golden rule is good for
aiiton, and all the rest of us - "As ye
would that men should do unto you,'' etc.
I'niloiopheri lay that to be bappy here
Is a pretty lure warraht of happiness
hereafter. And the best Christian creeds
will not contradict this much, I am sure.
I wish to practice and inculcate only
what is good, The friendship and aid ot
edlton aud publishers I shall ever desire 1
and never despise.
Ron crt Caldwell,
Pastor Bap. Church
P.ftgu'-ir meeting of tho city council.
Cairo, Ilia., July 1, 1573.
Present His Honor Mayor Wood and
Aldermea Bixby, Korimeyer, McKwen,
McGauley, Meyen, Morrii, Pnillipi and
On motion of Aldcrmtn Bixby tho
reading of the mlnuus wsre dispensed
Tb offlcial rsports of tbe following
, name-i oiuceri were pretenttu anu, on
motion of Alderman Meyen received and
ordered field, viz ; of Daniel McCarthy,
city Jailer, for June , of police constables
! t-,n- Conint, Mebner and Lallue: of
Wtn Mciiale, city tt'thal; of F. Broil,
police magistrate, for May , of J. J. Bird,
P01"3 magistrate, for June; and of R
1 11 Cunningham, city treasurer, for Juno,
osdisa.c cojiuitte: bltort.
I Tb,) ordinance committee lubmltted the
following ordinance, vhlcb was read by
the clerk, viz:
An ordinance to determine snd tlx the
amount or revenue to be iil.ed by taxa
tion for the )tsr A. l., 1873, lor city tmr
poc. He It ordained by the City Council ol tbe
city ol Cairo:
Ssxtiox 1. That there thill be ralied b
taxation for city purjose, lor Ihe year A.
I).. 1873, the following .urns, lo.wlt :
1. To pay the prim Ipsl and interest on
bonds due atid over due, Itmed toraundry
purpuiet, the sum ot ll,V.'z a, the same to
no Into aud constitute the grueral Inttrc.t
1 11 nd.
2. To pay the Interest on bonds ol the
city, not yet due, tsaued tor drainage pur
poaea, etc., tbo sutnol fO.Til 34, tlio tame to
Ko Into aud constitute the special Interest
3. Tu pay the Interest on the bonds of the
ilty tsaued to rox, Howard and Co., ibe
Him ur 3,840 00, the same to no Into aud
eunitltuaethe Fox, Howard aud Co. fund.
4. To pay the interest on the ondsor the
rity Iwiiuit to the Cairo and Vlncennea Halt,
road company, tne sum 0f 47,0nn 110, the
same to go Into and con.tltutu the Cairo and
6. To pay ttia Interest on the bonds of the
city Usued to the Cairo andKt. I.oula Railroad
company tbe aunt or $7,1111 ou, the atne ui
Intond conatllute the Cairo aud ht. Louis
0, To pay the salaries ol the varloua cltv of.
fleers, the sum of il000 00, the auie to ko
into and co slltuto the salary lund.
7. To defray tbe cost and aipcnses ol
muling improver" ' - "-''aonilde.
walks the aura of : 0,010 U, w uat to go ttito
and conilltutt toe.u.. muu.
0. so dofray tht coit and txptniei of
uaatog imprtreneatt aau ripaus tn
BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1873
Mreets, tbe sum ol 11.000 00, uie tame to go
Into ana cons iiute tue sure. .uu.
9. To defray tho cost nn "fjniei 01 iur
nUjInggas to the public itreet lamps, the
lumof W.8--9 32, tbe wmo to go Into and
constitute the gasruun.
of Health, the mm ol w-h"m!
go lute and constitute the Hoard of Health
runu .. . . , ... u ...
11. To uelray tne exi'c""" "
ptrtraent, the sum ol ei.OOO, the me to go
Into and constitute the lire department
U?2.' To defrsy the expenc4 of the council
chamber, tho stun of 1700 00. the name Jo go
into ana constitute 1. c uuui...
13. To delray the expenses ol prlntine;,
binding and adtcrilslne, the sum of tlto 00,
Ihe lame to go luto stid contitutc the print-
"fl''fo'defray cpcnes ol election., the
lum of tlW Wt the same to go Into and
constitute the election lund.
10. To defray the contingent and
.m.n.f.ni the cttv not otherwise pro-
tlucdfo'.theumol fl 000. the same to o
into and constitute the general fund.
u...i.n i Thm.nor md clerk ofsaldcitv
of Cairo halt, on or be lore the second Tu
dsv In Seplerabcr. A. U. 1873, certify to the
county clerk ol Alexander county, .that tke
city ol alro require! the um ot .9.03 n
... k rti.t (it utiilnn for cltv numoscs.
Kortifin n. 'hie countv collector of the
1.1 n.T.n.Vr rountv la herebv ordered to
receive city orders or scrip In payment of
city taxe, to tne cxicnioi lour-icuiu vi iu
amounts uuc irom an pertuin ur lmjuic tur
Section 4. It shall be the duty of the city
treasurer, wheneter the county collector
01 uld Alexander county shall pay over to
him city taxe In tnonoy or city orden or
crip, to apportion the money between the
tlve several nrsl nanieu itinus ior tne pay
ment of Interest In
kovnril imountH to
proportion to tne saiu
no rai'ctt lortoatiiur
im. p. and to dlvldo the order or crip and
money (when the laid five several fund, aro
.allKueui uemeenine ten leterai whiuuib.
. ..I ... fluff n
i j .aal,rr to keep all ol xsiu
funds orsumsof money sepsrnie a...t pjrt.
and to apply them exclusively to the said
pcvcrat purpocj for which they urc to be
raised, as herein specified.
Alderman Meyers moved to amond
aid ordinance by substituting tbe amount
m.soO " for "1,000'' in the eleventh lub-
division of section 1. Carried as follows :
Ayci Bixby. Korimeyr, McKwen, Mc
Oauley, Meyen. Jlorrli, Phillips and Bit
tanbouie 6. Nay 0.
Said ordinance wai further amended by
lubititutlng the amount "$79,431 it' for
"f78,9Jl 62'' in coction 'J of taid ordi
nance. riSASCE coJtittTTr.E itcronT.
Tho finance comnmtoo submitted tholr
report for June, showing that they bad
canceled and destroyed scrip tn tbt
amount of 5Ct 00.
On motion of Alderman McGauley
laid report was received and ordered filed.
A petition of numeroui tax-payers wis
wai presented asking that tbe council
cause tbe Eleventh street pump to be re
paired. Alderman Rittsnbouso moved to refer
to the street committee with instructions
to have laid pump rvpain-d If the coil will
not exceed $10.
Alderman Korimeyer moved to amend
by referring to the itreet commitUe with
out instructions. Carried as follows:
Ayes Bixby, Korimeyer, McKwen, Mc
Gauley, Meyers, Morrii and Phillips 7.
Nay Rittenhoust I.
Petition of Mrs. Falkkenstlne, formerly
Mn. Hahn, wai preiented, representing
that on January lit, 1873, the paid into
the city treasury (loo for liquor llcenia
tor on. ynar, but being unabU to file proper
1 ondi, ibe could not get license; rhe there
fore aiki the council to refund her $10 ef
laid amount paid.
Alderman Morrii moved that tbe peti
tion be granted, and that the clerk t II
tructed to draw an order on tbe treasury
in favor of tbe petitioner, for tbe amount
tf 510. Carried ai followi: Ayei Bixby
Korimeyer, McEwen, McGauley, Meyers,
Morrii, Phillips and Rittenbouse, 8, nayi 0.
REPORT Of JAIL COIIJ11TTXK.
The commute un Jail reported that
they have provided the jailer with lime
and brushes, and that be is doing the bvit
be can to keep tbo jail in good order. The
committao recommend that the city
comptroller bo instructed to purchase a
n,jW eh',a PumP for.tbe -'-" ,a tl'4 !'
vard ai tho old one 11 uut of repair. On
motion of Alderman Rittenbouiie said re
port wai received and the recommendation
The following billi were preiented and,
on motion of Alderman Morris, referred
to tho committee on claims; viz:
Wall Ent, lumber 17 48
R A Cunningham, collecting
$145 -10, sidewalk tax at ".'J per
cent a 63
Cairo Bulletin company, print
i"K CI W
John Gladney, hauling garbage
In June 81 32
Wm McUale, impounding and
keeping bogs jq 00
Dr C U Evans, night visit to
patient on boat 5 00
J R Cunningham, removing
nuisances - 2 00
Patrick Walder, removing nui
sances 2 00
Barclay Broi, dlilntectanti and
white-wash brushes for Jail 8 00
Chat Tbrupp, making asienment
map No 3 for sidewalk coramis
ioner 10 0o
jno i-t tiarman, 0 day 1 services
ai commissioner In attesting
sidewalk tax under ordinance
No 40 and postage paid on no
tices 20 CO
John 11 Gosimsn, & day'i services
as commissioner in assessing
sidewalk tax under ordinance
No 45 00
Tboi Winter, day'i lervlcei ni
commissioner in assessing
sidewalk tax under ordinance
No 40 25 00
D McCarthy, dieting prisoners
'2(j9 dayi in June l&l CO
Arab Fire company, 1 quarter's
allowance to July 1 CO 00
Rough and Ready Firo company,
1 quarter'! allowance to July 1. 50 00
Hibernian Fire company, 1 quar
ter's allowance to July 1 CO 00
Delta City Flra company, I quar
ter'! allowance to July 1 CO 00
Obai Hardy, distributing 3,000
board of health dodgers 4 40
W B Rockwell & Co., envelope!
for trtainrer 1 46
F Vincent, lima for Jail 3 80
F Vincent, lime 80
city scrip and rash fi rhose sold
to Rough and Ready Fira com
pany, March 0, 1873,., 2C 17
N Cantwell, bailing 35 loadi of
garbage in May 17 CO
N Cantwell, hauling 8 loadl gar
bage in June 2 25
001 Johnson, disinfecting 2
bouses on Third Itreet 8 00
R H Cunningham, rent of coon
ell bull lint Juns. 60 00
Warren Wlmmi. 171 days work
on iireeu 38 II
Coil flm jjj 4,- tjwk t
"Httiiia tsttMM sinitlMIII 3 i"
OhM Baokburgar, 8) daji wotk
Jot Lebmes, luji days work on
Denit Haley, hauling on streets
Thus JTiugerald, 22 days work
Stophen Bradley, hauling and
scraping i,n street!.....
Dan'l McCarthy, 17 day's work
John 3 Id os. U cav work on
M E Powers, hauling on urceti
John Oladnay, hauling un itreeU
PnUr (Jonlan, 24jdy'i stork on
Honry Wlidom, day's work
Jas Kennedy, reconstructing "3 ft
naewaix on. east ildoof wal
nut street, botwoen Twelfth
and Thirteenth itreeti, at 40
cents k foot
, ."J 20
Jas. Kennedy, rccomirucllnn 20
it. iiaewkin on eait aide of wal
nut itreet, let. Ihh and 12th
itreeti S 00
Jas Kennedy, reconstructing M)
it. ildawalk on weit ildeof W al
nut street, batwoan 11th and
I2tb itreeU 20 0
Ju. Kennody, reconstructing 14
ft. sidewalk on west side of
Walnut itreet betwncn 4th and
uth streets 21 CO
Ja. Kennedy, reconstructing luO
tt. sidewalk on north side of 6th
itrent. hctwoan Wixhlntrton av.
and Walnut street M 00
Jas. Kennedy, reconstructing 415
'('walk nn smith sldn of Mh
trust htwnen Avaihlnffton
avo.and Walnut itroots 174 00
To te Concluded in To-morrow'i Bulle
A FINE FRUIT FARM FOR SALE.
Situated on the Cairo and Vincenncs
railroad, ont-balf mile from tht depot at
Caledonia station, containing one hundred
and fifty. fivo acres of tbe best fruit land
in Southern Illinois, one hundred acrei
under cultivation, the balance in good
timber and well watered by never falling
springs. There is a frontage on the Ohio
rivorof one-half milt with good landing
for wood yard and goneral ihipping buil
nets. Prospects for iron and coal good
Parties wanting a good homo will do well
to look at the place before purchasing
oliiwbero. Termi eaiy. Enquire of
rt-272w I). Hurd & So.f, Cairn, 111.
.SECURE THE SHADOW.
Have you visited Schleslnger'i new pho
tjgraph gallery on Eighth street between
Commercial and Washington avenues?
not, you ihould do so, nd gls e the proprie
tor an opportunity to try hli skill iu taking
of you a perfect likeness and a splendid
plctute. Mr. .Schleiinger's gallnry Is tilted
up In the best style, with tbe Intention ol
doing nothing but perfect work. The
ladles' drawing room it beautifully fur
nished, and the operating room has a sky
light unsurpased by any In the West. Mr,
Schleslnger hopes bis many friends, who
have heretofore given to blm thelt patron
ace, will continue their favors, Tt them
and the public. generally be extends au 1 11-
vllatton to visit hts room, whether dealrln?
work done at present or not, aitUdeil that
the appearance ot his gallery, the many
conveniences he ha procured Indeed, all
the latest Improvements in his art and tbe
skill of an operator of great merit, lately ot
London, Mr. Frank Locke Steele, will com
mand their patronage when they ahall need
work to be done. C-lC-lm.
EXCURSION TO DENVER.
M. and St. L. Packkt Company, 1
Aor.NT'a Orrtcc, Cairo, July 1, 1873.
The Memphis and St. Louii Packet
company now offer for sale round trip
ticket! from Cairo to Denver and return,
S7P, good for ninety dayi from date of
ale. Also regular ticket! on lalo for
Kaniai City, Omaha, Topeka, Lawrence,
San Francisco and all principal points
weit, and by river and rail to all points
south. For further information call at
the company' office, No. 71 Ohio levee,
under City National bank, Cairo, Illlnoli.
Jauis Mallort, Tickot Ag't.
Bol A. Silvxr, Passenger Ag't.
K Y.N ASTON TO THE FRONT.
Mr. James Kynaiton, whose reputation (
a butcher is par excellent with the people
ol this city, has opened a new meat
ibop near the corner of Comruerclal'avcnue
and twentieth street, next door to Mr. Pat
UurPi grocery store. It Is a well inown and
achtowledged fact that Mr. KynaMon, dur
ing bis long exprience In the meat buI
nets in this city, never offered to hla custom
ers anything but the choicest ot every .Ind
of meat. He Is a good Judge of cattle, and
buys nothing but the youngeit and attest,
and at a consequence has the best of beef.
The same may be cald of every kind of meat
wld by him. Give him a trial, and our word
lor it, jou will alwayi be pleaed. 6-lS-tf
TEN DULLARD REWARD.
A iway-back, lorrel mare, about 15
bandi high, with a heavy fore-top, about 0
yean old, ihod all around, had a swelling
ou tbe Inside ot a bind leg caused by a
kick, formerly owned by Dr. Ann. of
Hazlewood, and later by Dr. Ronfrow of
Goose Island. She strayed or wai itolen
on tht nlgbt of the 20tb init. from tbe
livery stable of tht lubicriber in Csiro.
A llbsral reward will be given for her re
turn, or inlormation that may load to her
"eeovtry. A.J. Carle.
Caiko, Illlnoli, Junt 30, 1873. 7-l-3t
Excunion train July 4, 187.1, Ur
Brisdlng'i Hollow and Knight Templar't
B.trlngt, on tbo Cairo and Vincennes rail
road, will leave the station, corner orSev.
enth street and Commercial avenue, at 8
a. ra. Returning will arrive at 7:30 p. to.
Kxcurilonlit muit procure ticket! to tn
title them to reduced rata.
Cuah. O Wood, Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
HOT WEATHER IS COM
Refrigerators at from $18 to
SW. ico chosts at 811, $13,
81 o, $17, $20, etc. Beor oool
ors at Cincinnati retail prices
water coolers, ico cream freez.
wire cloth for window
screens, bath and foot tubs,
charcoal furnaces, charcoal by
the bushel, barrel, oto., at
BCERWART, ORTH ttCo'l.,
136 Commercial Ave.
CHAMBIB OF OOMitERCE-AT-t
Motica ii hereby laa that ther will
ba a matting of lha Board of Trad at
their room at 10 o'clock a. m . Krldar.
July 4, at which it Is hoped all members
of tht board will ba prasont. Notice Ii
no given to all penoni holding claims
against the Board of Trade to preterit
them by o'clock a. m., Friday.
. I). Mathus, Vice I'roildent.
Gui, Helm, Sixth street, near Ohio levee,
hi! Just laid out a comlderablc sum ol
money In repainting, papering, and In usery
.way repairing bis barber shop, and bli Is
now one of the nicest. IT not the nicest ton
sorlAl establishment In Cairo. Helm em
ploys none but Hrit-cliM noikroen In his
shop, and we vculurc to say tbe two young
men who now hold situations there, ctnnot
he excelled In their calling by any other
barber or barbers In the city. Try thtm.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A raro chance Is offered to lome man
with monny to invest in good paying
property in tbe most desirable part of the
cltv. Two loll, 50 feet front on tht ave
nue, bouse 3 stories. Two large itorci
can bt fitted up on the first floor, the up
per ilories art welt arranged for ofuco-i or
dwelling!. For further particular! en-
t- InllU f It.UUiV .V t!.!..
1 . . .m .. . V. . . b ..... I..I.. 111.
r,.1-u Ileal r.ttaie AGeiif, t", .
PURE WATER ON TIMh
Tho managers of the excursion tip tbe
Ohio on tbt Fourtb, have arranged to
have an ample supply of pura cittern
water on tht boat for the accomraoJatlon
uftbo'o who prefer It to river wati-r.
They alto aisure in that the boat will re
turn to tho c'ty on time not later than
.30 p. tn. so that all may bo at home
and lotlled down by usual bivl tlm.
Notice Is hereby given thai uiy wifr,
Mary, bavlnc lf' SJ nd board with
out my conient, and without good cauie,
I will pay no bills contracted by her.
Our throe clilllren, Mary. William and
Matilda, I dcslrt to put in the cart of any
good family or families, who will take
careofthem. JriFit Fcskuxiser.
Cairo, Illlnoli, June 30, U73. 7-131
This p-.ir,,L" hotel his been refitted and
mproved, and It now one of the moat com
o ruble stopping placei In the city. The
tras piling public and persons deairing
pleasant quarters by the week or month, will
always find them at the Commercial hotel.
Rates ot board have been reducted as fol
Inwe: Day board, 4 W pr week; transit,
II u0 per day; board snd lodging, fromfo
to 7 per week. JIr.s M. J. WtiiTSt,
ICE CREAM SALOON.
As warm neather is approaching the
lovers ot Ice cream will be glad to learn that
Mcwirs. Saup A Clarkton bare fitted up and
refurnished, in elegant style, their Ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda lountaln has
also been put In runulng order, and nothing
la wanting about the establishment to make
the pleasure and comtort of thrlr patrons
Saloon-keepers are hereby notified to
not give my husband, Timothy Husben,
any intoxicating liquors alcoholic or
malt. I will prosecute any and all saloon
keepors who disregard tbii notlct.
Cairo, 111., Juno 20, 1873. "C:7 Iw
31r. Anna Lang on Elghthitreet, between
Commercial and Washington atenuei, has
Just opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery goods. She has one hundred
and fifty different atylesof hab and bonnets,
betide a Urge assortment ol ribbons, flow
en and notions ot all sOrta, all of which wll
be Mid at the lowest prices.
WANTED TO GO TO DENVER, COL
ORADO. A girl to cook, watb, iron and do gen
eral house work, in a small family, good
wages will be paid, none but the bu med
apply to Mrh. i) Hubd,
7.17t- Seventh Street.
DINING-ROOM GIRL WANTED.
A good dining-room girl wanted im
mediately. Good wage paid. Apply at
tbeofiiceof The Bulletin.
Illinois Centril Railroad Co., i
Aointn OrrtCK, Cairo, Junt, 20 1873.
We will commence tbe salo of oxcur
lion tickets for the Fourtb of July, on
Wedneiday, July 3, and will dlicontinue
tbem on tbo evening of tbo Fourtb,
Tickots good to return until the 5tb, in
cluiivo. James, Johnson, Agont.
Hacks for the Cairo, Arkansas snd Texa
railroad, itartlng from White Jfc Oreer'e
atore, corner ol .Sixth street and Ohio levee,
run as follow:
Leave al S a.m.
' 4 p.m.
Arrive in city at 10 a.m.
C-S II' John Mryxk-, Agent,
A new hotel has bcen.opened Inthe, large
house located on the corner of borenth
street und Washington avenue. It will be
known as Brown'a hotel, (and proprletored
by Mr. iirown, wuoso reputation as a hotel
keeper is well-known In this ctly. The
house bas been thoroughly renovated and
refurnished, and U iu every way flrst-olas,
Ihe tables are at all times furnished with
tbe best tbe icaton afford, and the charge
liberal, being oniy ft w per day. Mr.
Brown solicits and deserves a share of the
public patronage. Z-UU
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Not? Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio CntToo, Ono Dollar; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Serenty-flve Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and yl
twytning proiwrtionately cheap
Thit Is to intorm the ptp le tf Cairo tie
Rev. C. liuerschner, ptstor of the German
Lutnern church ol ibis city, hat opened a
school wherein both the German and Enj.
llsh languages will bo taught. If thert are
thoso among our American uorn citizens
who wish to havo their children learn to
read, write and tqicak the German laugusge,
they now have an opportunity to grainy
that wish. Bov. Ducrichncr Is a thorough
German and Engl Is scholar, and will spare
no effort to mak the school or which he Is
principal a success.
By order of the Board or Dibkctom.
Summer Attention to tho
trade. Having a largo selec
tion of handsome white goods
very cheap, Batiste de valen
cicnnin, plain striped and fig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
ptriped and figured ; Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured ; Marseilles in great vari
eties and patterns ; NansookB
patterns ; linen lawns, white
and figured ; Percales in hand
some figures and designs; em
broidercis in largo assort
moms : white triminmcs in
i . . . .
large assortments : linen suit-
ings in all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsome patterns ;
have in stiore a very complete,
large and seasonable assort
ment of dry goods very cheap.
' P. S. Please call, no trou
i ble to show goods. 6-28 tf
MUX MTATB AtlMCl.
John Q. Harrain. Cha. Thrnpp
JOHN Q. RAHMAN A CO .,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
.fortti Cesr. sl tllks Bt. mm kla
Offer tor salr at low figures and etsy terms
the following real ettate :
No 1 An elegant cottage, corner Twelfth
and Locust streets, I 27 and 28, b 1, third ad,
Ixita above grade. 0 loll In b 4, la wbet it
known at th "Rldgc mock:' tbovi lots run
through the block from fifteenth ?o hlx
teentb streets, and the best residence prop
erty In the city adjoining piojxirty highly
No 2 lxts3 and 4. b 44. city, Washington
avenue, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth
street, we?t side. Good two-lory building
on each lot.
No 3 AIo, vacant loti o and 6. adjoining
the above. Lot 11, b 23, city,
on Sixth street, south stde,
between Commercial and Washington ave
nue!, will be old in tracts to suit purchaser,
very tow and on easy terms.
No 4 Lots 7 and S, ba8. corner of Four
teenth and Poplar streets, front on Poplar
atreet, neat side, oppoalte poet-office block.
:u if ypteuilJU buriucM bull.llBjf, real.
deuce In second rtory, 0 rooms, ball and
front and rear stairway, wateron both floors,
In number one condition; situated on north
west comer ot Commercial avenue and
Twelfth ttrcet. A griat bargain If sold
No 6-Lots 4, 7 and 9, b S3, city, on
Commercial avenue, beween Fourth asd
Filth streeta, Lots 20 and 21, b 23. cliy, on
Washington avenue, between Filth and
Sixth streets. Terms easy, price low.
No 7 Lot 14, in b 18, on Nineteenth
street, between Commercial avenue and
Poplar street a great bargain. Lot2!, b M,
1st kI., on Washington avenue.
No 8 Two very desirable buslncs housei
and two lots, on sixth street between Com
mercial and Washington avenues, will be
sold at terms to pay purchaser rental of 25
per cent cn investment.
No O-Slx lot in b 20, 1st ad. High
ground. 0J00 each on easy payment.
No 10 Lota 1 and 2, In b S north corner of
Tenth awl Levee street!. Beit bullae loca
tion In the city terms easy. Lota 21. 22 and
23 tnb 10, 1st ad., south corner o Twentieth
and Poplar streets. Alsothr-r o' lu' court
house block, fronting on Poplai Utf L.
No 11 A spiendlcT two-story . lUtaee on
north east ctruer of Walnut and Ninth
atreets, with two lob -very desirable prop
erty. Un 12 Lots 19 and 19, b 79 south side ol
Twenty-first atreet, opposite "Convent
Block ''very desirable lor residence pur
No 13 A well Improved firm of 240 acre
ff) acres under cultivation; bouses and barn
good orchard, bearing treet; msmlog water
through Carat above overflow. One quarter
mile from station and depot ol Cairo a St.
Louis railroad. Will ba told on easy terns
lor 0134 per acre. "
No it Tenol tbo choicest lobs, la block
67, 1st addition, above grade, beautllul rest
dence location, will ba oldata great bar
gain. We call particular attention to this
property as It will be eoid very low.
a kink ciiamck Tor i.nviotmrist.
Iu addition to the foregoing we offer for
sale, or lease, a larxe number of vacant lots,
In different puts ol the city, embracing No
1 business and residence property,
lu unimproved land!, we have for talc
over 20,1 03 acres In Alexander and Pulaski
counties, at prices ranging from $i to 915
per act e, and are prepared to offer induce;
menta to purcnaicm that cannot be equalled
in Colorado, Texas or any other place or by
"any other man." A large amount ol lands of
the very beat quality. In Alexander and Pu
laM counties, belonging to the Illinois Cen
tral Rallmad company, lor the sale of which
wc arc the agents, will be sold very low aud
on such easy terms that a person of Industri
ous habits, with a very tuiall sum or ready
money, can in a few yean become the
owner or a productive larm. Wo havo
plats and description! of all lands offered
for sale and will take pleasure In showing
purchasers the property. Titles to all lands
old by us guaranteed, and shown from the
patentee when required by abatracit, Ap
ply to JOHN li. UABMAN A CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee its,, Cairo, Ills.
June 7, 1873.
C. WINSTON 4 CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (aiCOHD FLOOB) OstIO LITIS,
Bct amo Sill Rial Kitatb,
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