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ASOAI.ON l.ODUK, NO51.
Knlahta of I'ythlas, raeets ewy Krl
day night at tialr-patt seven, inOdd
iKlloWn' Hull. C. K. Ht.AC,
AI.KXAMIKIl I,()I)I)K, NU.tMi.
. JisJeiiemleut Order tif ,OUdfl-
tows meets every TliWMlur in
at half-past tetcn, In tlirlrjiallul
Commercial avenue, livtwreti Math anil Heventh
struts John II Ui'A" N.
AlftO KNIIAMI'Ml'.NT. I. O. O. .. tllf.ll
In tMiM-ell.-v' 11.11 nil th first anil llilnl
lueoday in every mouth. half-nail an en.
U K SLACK, C. I.
if. CAIBOl.OIKJK. XO, 2-J7,A.K. ft A. M.
Alold regular cominutilcatlont In Ma
tonic Hall, corner Commercial avenue
' iil Eighth ,ilnt, on the second ami
mirth Monday of euch inontli.
Kaniralon, I'lnilra, t'.tv,
'I lie good ptsienfc-rr steamer, llannock
City, can W chartered lor oxciirMont or
plculcs at relonable ralct. Apply to
U-Mm Wit.KKK &. N Kl l.ls.
A. lull attorlmcot o( Hy Nets, llorxc
Cover ami lllstiket, at well an a lull supply
(il all other goodi In ullr luio, at 10T Coin
uierclal avenue, next door to Theatre.
imid'Jw. L. 1. Akin A Co.
Oct the llesT
Dr. Held Arnold' t'oiigli Klller-the
great eradlcator lor all lung diseases a u
peilor remedy to all other medicine yet
discovered, In severe curt. It la a urc,
uuUk, and perfectly safe remedy lor
cotiylu, cold, sore throat, whooping cough
:roup,aud all dliea-e of the tluoat and
lunya. Iteiall price, 25 and f-3 cenU and el.
Any bottle that doci not give relief may lie
returned, and the money will lie. refunded.
Dr. Seth Arnold' Ularrhuua Italic m, Tilii'l
fx) cents. Kcinciuhur It Is warranted. Ar
nold's Ullloui Mulidfnku I'llls, opcratlni,'
without slckuett uuil pain. Compounded
by Dr. tieth Arnold's Medical Corporall to,
Woonsoekct, It. I. Sold by 1'oul U..Schilh,
drugglit, Cairo, III. M-s2.V!in.
Moll re .u ni ber.
Having; again e-tablWied "mjMf lu the
Lumbar butluttt, atUao Walt k Kut Mill,
1 am prepared to sell Juaaber ''of all kinds,
lath and shlcglet at wholesale and retail,
and to offer ex ra inducement! ut all tliue,
guaranteeing the lawr st possible prices.
10j-.VU-l. J. rJ. Mc(UllV.
Mill in tUm Flrld.
Mr. fbll II. flaup iUhei to aiiuouoce to
hla Irlendi andtbc- public Kentra'ly, that
bo hn lately nftcd up, lu bkcclleut Myle,
hb4ommodloui oad corafordble pirlon on
Waihlogtcn avenue, near KfUth street, for
tiie entertainment of thce of our cttlelit
and 11m; rl of mauLJai who luduto In
Ice crauni, toda water, canfecllouorle Ac.
and that b. It prepared to luittlth to cltl
ieo of Cairo, it home or at bit porlorx,
anything In tilt line. I'lnl. It wi ll known
to our citizens, and at bit roomi are very
plaanUy tit led up, and a he can alwa)
be found at hit pott, day or night, to look
aftar tba welfare of bit tiutomcrt, we lie
pV for bltm that cnitom which bit luter
prite mertu. iila Ice craam aud lemonade
are dellcloui, bin ioJa water It not equalled
by any In the city, Mid at far at confection
erlea axe concerned, It eannot tie denied
that bit atock la always the beit In the city.
lrt. lloBJiardoDeraber aervlcei at aalek
nun. She It expriucd In all klddi of
nuribiK. Public' paironaso.retpcctliUly k
llclted. Iave ordara on Cedar atreat, be
tween Tweuty-1 bird and TwentyI,'ourth
itreeti, In the Porter liouie, or l. O. Hjx
Plate l'ltfjl- Tobacco.
Kred Tclibtuan, at bit cigar aud otx:c)
tore on Eighth itreet, bat Juetrecehcd a
large and complete aitortmcnt of pipe, etc.
and a large stock of tba beat brand" ol nuo
ktUK.andcbqwlliic tobacco. K. T.'t atand
ard clfar alwa)f on band. OUe blin a cill,
Every Wrtaaa Veara,
pbyalologliu sty, the human body It eu
tlrely.thangciland renewed. Every mo'
ment.ol our lives, every part of our Imdles
It Wearing out and It being built up me w
of freili matter. This work la accomptlthcd
by the blood which ko, through every'
part. Butifthe blod become weak or
vllUted, and doei not perfonu tin work
propetly, the system U actually poloneJ
Uy the woru-out matter clogging tho IUl
orgaiii iuttead or leaving the body. r'or
dyspepsia, blhotianeit, kidney, aklu and
liver troubles, fevers, aud all ditea.ej ar!
lug from vitiated blood, 1H. Walkkk'h
Oalikormia Vinkoak Uittbih are a or
rrrlgii remedy. 5.Ud.tw4w.
tMfttan KHil Oratnn TlinlnK.
Mr. M. Kuliue dctlret u to say that he la
ready to receive orders for I'lano und Or
un tuning, and repairing muilcul lntru
inenU. Urdcrs may bu left at the corner ol
Thirteenth aud Walnut atreeU, or 1'. O.
Ilox 000, and will receive prompt attention,
Uu lint! Kcs HIer.
landlord ol hotels and boarding bnutea
will tlmllt to their sdvantsge to call upou
Mrs. CMcman, l.uundre-s, No 12 fourth
street, betweeu Waehlngton und Comnier
tlul avenues, Hotel and boardlug-bouao
wuhblug,75cenUperdo.en. I'oi ilcceYOtk
prices arc as follows : Single rhlrt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen tWc; soi kt &e; two col
lars, Le; two utndkercblclt, 6cj vesta 'JOcj
and all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per
dottcn. l.vlluk' tlrewos, 25 to ftOcj
skirts Id to -Ocj drawer 10 to 15c; two
ualr hoso 6c i two collars 5 to 10c. For la
diet' platu clothes f 1 1X1 per dozcuj lor la
dies line clothes, f l 'a per itozen; uone
dramptiy, and proinptlv dollvercd. 1'a
Nollra of Keiuovul.
The welbkoown barber shop, corner
Kighth aud Commercial, pretlded ovjr by
Jie popular artist, Ocorgo Steluhotue, has
removed one door north on Commercial, In
.be Orand Central Hotel. The ncwuhop Is
.arse and commodious, aud thoso Wishing
for anything artistic lu the way of fusjdqn
. v. I - I. -1 ...tl..- umktli aliuVfi. M. Will
avio naif cutuiiji, "vmi rum. v., .m.,
Jo well to call at the Utand Central Uarbur
tliop. - 7l3J3tf.
VranV If rk. ' of Hliu Union lUkefV.
Cotumerclalavioue, betweeu Eouilb' nd
SUtb itieetf , baa nopenci bit bakery, and
It noW prepared to deliver Broad aud Cakes
Of the bet quality, enywbero lu the city or
country, m men quantities as nis custom
raniaalr. Prices will be made en
tire ly with refemee to the present bird
tlmee ;t other wordtp cneaper toen iwf
oneapeit, Hnam yottroruers.
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Tlitlil.su A V,l JUNK 10, 1875.
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C'Aiao, III,, JnncS, 174.
VL. I WkATllll
IHOMAS JON'KH, Mmt. S. ., V. S. A.
' : TTT
Freeh CtrM Hulter,
1'or fiinillliN, lu ei)(ltt iwuiul paclaij.'e,
nt 23 tvht per po'iiild, for n)e hy K. M.
Slenrno, 78 Ohio lvtc.
Tlw,jtrcvt menders have iliiUlmt their
work nt far iu Kllitevutli street, on
sr for M Trip.
Mr. ('barley l)e Lay, who U rnnneeti,l
with tit eominllou home of Tarker,
Axleyct WIM, left tin rlty Tuesday
night for n IhiMuv.h trip tltroitli tie
Slnto of Arknnsat.
If tlM-rttlaii Fire Cotaipaiiy 4.
SjK'cIal meeting will Ins liiltl ut the en
gine Iioiik; tlilt evening, ut U o'clock.
All members of Ihc company nre refiuest
v to bo ireeit, a butlnot or Import
anee will bo tniniactcd.
1. O'i.oi'oiiu.v, .S.'cretary.
Mr. J. A. IJallcy, the .nlvniKMnguiit for
galley,' big .liow, yesti-nlay morning
inude urratigeiiH-riU with Mt. ) ilcox to
f nj)jily aecouunodatioim fur fifty mem
ber", both women and men, of that in-tl-tution,
onlho 20th Instant, when they
will exhibit In Hi., rlty.
Situation In a grocery store, feed ttnro
or aloou. Can loan the proprietor
$1,000 or $1,MX, If well aecuanl. Kn
iiniiv at ll Ohio I.eveo or at thW nllleo.
Two negro women named 1'Iee ntul
llarrU, living somewhere In the upitt-r
part of town, had n terrible tight about
eleven o'clock yesterday niornliig, which
einled In the former party having every
thread of her tire torn Irom her poison,
nuil getting several of her teeth knocked
PIl.tiKMrTit nt Luult llrrberl'a.
t'.m Route lorlllnold llomr.
A colortil man, aged tlxty-two years,
pniscd through this city yeatenlay on
foot, en route lor NaMivllle, Tennesse',
where he lived with hU matter Ix-fore the
rebellion. He 'tatet tlmt he lui leen
living lu Chicago since he was given his
fret-dom, but that he lias become tired of
the Xorth, aud wants to get back to his
old home, lie gave hit name as Caleb
SjKjcl:il convocation of Cairo Chapter
will be held at the Masonic, Hall this
(Thursday) evening, 10th Inst., for work
lu the 1'. it. mid M. Ex. it. Degree, 7)
oVIoek, slinrp Hythoonler of M. K.
II. I'. CMIansv.Sio.
Judge Ilirtl, on eoinplalut of n lady,
yesterday tnonilug sent word to a lady
on Ninth street that her "on, a boy
nbout twelvo years of age, hail been In
dulging lu the line sport of throwing
brickbats nt the head of a companion,
whom he came near ruining during the
open-air concert on Tuesday night, and
that If -he did not put u ilatuier
on. the hilarious youth's gumes he would
ii-e, iiiejuis that might not bo very sic-
eptubic to fclthor her or the sou.
Hcv. Mr. Stt, his brother, Mayor
Scott, .John P. McCartney, Esq., Jacob
Vo,t,Ksq., Capt. T. It. Thomas, and oth
er Metropolitans, have paid u the compli
ment ni' a visit. Glad to see them. Come
lu the evening or come lu the morning,
come when you'r looked tororcomc with
out wanting, and welcome. We put
this rhyme. Into till paragraph lor the
purpose of embracing Brother Jones,
of the Jountnt, in the Invitation ; and wo
put the rhyme Into the form of prose
that we may notolfynd the proMeal Mc
(ln to l.ouU llerlterCa for PIl.tSK
Tin! counHd lu the suit of Allien &
Co. vs. Mathuss & Uhl, c1om.iI the argu
ment about lour o'clock yesterday after
noon, hut the Jury, up to the hour of ml-
lournmcnt hail failed to return :i verdict.
The next case to tie callwl will he
that of the IVnplu vn. Hostctter and
Thomas charged with burglary and lar
ceny. ThU rase canto front Mas-an county
on a change, of venue. Several attorneys
and a largo iiiiiiiher of witnesses nro In
attendance from Metropolis, waiting lor
Olllcor Wooten yesterday Inforincil us
that it wax his Intention to close tip the
pest hnusiyis there were no patient now
In that Institution. The mayor told us
on Tuesday that he would send two cases
ol small pox to the pest house, yesterday,
but Olloer Vootei,who seems to be grand
niogiil when small pox Is around, says
that the casci lu question are both very
llghtoiics, anil being, us they lire, situa
ted In a remote, part of town, he appro
(lends no danger front them whutuvcr,
and will therefore allow them to remain
wlmre they are.
IUah. I Yin. I Wl.1I).
WMl "Sl" i, K
twtit i s.
liW.MI U' I
Vcsterdrty morning, about o'clock,
while the driver of Mr. John Sprout' Ice
wagon was storing away ice lu a cooler
at the rjautorn' house, on Obto Levee,
and while the driver of Ualley & Com
pany's, bill-posting wagon was taking his
team from the ferry boat, opposite the
Cairo, Arkansas it Texas railroad otUce,
the team lit the lec wagon bceamo fright
ened ut the plumes lit the head oi the clr
'ens tetini', nnd dashed np 'tlie levee at u
fearful pace. They ran tip to Eighth
III ' . .
street, across to tho JlllnoU Central rail
road track, down toward tho river ;
making n half circle, camo hack to the
track again, Just opposite Henry Saycr's
hide establishment, where tho wagon
truck a car standing on the track, broke
the (onguc Into three dlllcrent pieces,
broke the .coupling pole, and landed
the hind wheels, with the bed of the wa
gon, lu the middle of the road, ami left
the front wheels half-way down the
levee, between the track nnli the river.
One oi the howes was very badly In
jured, while the other was xomcwhat
scratched, but not aerlously hurt. t
IMIIriotiv-PIIJIKNKH-Hil l.onl Her
liisitraiiee Not lee Kalra.
All jicrsons having policies lu the Far
mer.', Merchants' Manufacturers' Insu
rance Co. of Hamilton, Ohio, are ear
nestly regucsted lo report them to me Im
mediately, at the Insurance olllee of C.
X. HugliM,No.C3 0hlo Levee.
.Ton.x St.tiT, Special Agent.
Cairo, III., June 0, IkTo. t'-'Jt
At the Hui.i.KTiN bindery IS numbers,
hound lu two volumes, full gilt tuor
roceo; cot $11 ; for sale at $10.
The Mitrphyabetro Olebritllon
The Murphysboro eoilu are making
extensive preparations for their Fourth
of July celebration, which promises,
from present appearances, to lie a big
affair, and they invite one aud nil to come
nnd honor the nation's birthday. The
committee of arrangements have sent
prcsdng Invitations lo the vurious Hit)
department of Southern Illinois to be
present ami take part In the grand flre-
meirs tournament, which will be made.
one of the principal feature, ol the ocea
'lon. They have also Invited the dlil'cr
ent grunge organisations to he with them
anil help to awell the Immense throng
that will, undoubtedly be there. Splen
did bands of mulc have been engaged for
the event, aud a grand stand, forty-eight
feet wide and ninety ftct long, will
be erected for the accommodation of the
vMtors. The Hon. Illchard J. Oglesby
and Mr. John II. Obcrly will deliver the
addresses. All lu all, the celebration will ,
be one of tho-e old-time affairs that never
fall to give satisfaction, nnd all who can
attend should do so by all means.
.raincs II. llowman, a gentleman who
arrived In this city recently, got on a lit
tle spree Tuesday, and after wrapping
hlnuclf around a large quantity ol the
worst kind of whisky, he, like most men
in it like tlx, got It into his head that he
was monarch of all he surveyed. He even
thought he owned things that he didn't
see, and among them was ltalley & Com
pany's show. He went about town flour
ishing his arms, and talking loud ami
long. He wanted to engage rooms for
thirty men mid women and as many
horses, at several of the hotels. Hut he
was rut short lu his travels, alter awhile,
by Olllccr Wooten, who took him to the
lock-up, where he remained until yester
day morning, when he was taken before
Judge Bird who lined him five dollars
und costs, and returned him to his quar
ters at the lock-up, where tie will remain
lor lour day, lie realizes now tliat ho
Is not' the owner ol a circus, nnd says be
wlilies tie find never iiranj of Un il n
Charles SIooid was arrested lor being
drunk, and fined live dollars aud costs,
He was sent to the lock-up tor three days
becsiiise he coidd not pay.
The following complimentary notice of
Cooper ct Halley's (treat luturnatlona
circus, which will exhibit hi this city on
June 20th, we clip from the Klchmoud
(Va.) dally Xexet:
No Institution on the road has ever
given, or can give, the immense amount
of satisfaction that tills excellent show
docs. The fact alone that It spreads three
acres of touts, six In number, Is evidence
sufllclcut of Its gigantic proportions ; but
when we remember that thesis immense
pavilions arc well tilled with moral and
Instructive amusement, thou some Idea
of Ihc graiiilness of Ibis all'.ilr can be
formed. Six tents will furnish Just six
times the amount of amusement we gen
erally get, besides uH'ordlng capacity
abundant lor all who wish to go, thus
obviating the terrible Jam and crush usu
ally occurring at such places.
To tell the wonders of the zoological,
ornithological aud curious collections,
would take more space than we can al
low. Tho well-paid and trusted agents
ol this great show have explored every
land where startling attractions can Ixi
found, aud seemed everything worth
purchasing, regardle-s of cost. Tim
Jungles ol India, the foi-ests of Africa,
the sand deserts ol Arabia, tho palace-
pens of Egypt, have given up their nat
ural treasures to make complete the ele
giiut menagerie, caravan and hippo
drome of this great show.
Tim double circus performance by a
renowned double troiipu of acrobats,
gymnasts, equestrians, voltlgeurs, pos
tures, aud clowns, at the same hour, in
separate tents, strikes us as Mug some
thing new and startling in the annals of
the arena. The separate orchestra, brass
band, and corps of perform ers are nil
IMaaoluMoii of l'Mt-liict-alilp,
Tho partnership heretofore exlstlug be
tween It. W. Miller and 1). T. Parker, un
dor tbe ".style of Miller A Parker, Is
this day dissolved by mutual agreement,
It, II. Cunningham Uavli.g purchased tho
Interest nl It, V. Miller. The business will
bu utrrioil o'i under the style of Parker A
CuaulugliHiii, All debts dun the lute firm
will be p:dd to Parker A- Cunningham, and
they wlil pay sit debts of tho late firm to
this dtte. U. W. UlLLKH.
1. T. Paiikkh,
Oaiko, lu.., June 5, is;&. 0 i lw
Itegular meeting Thursday evening lor
election of ollleers. A full attendance Is
desired . By pnler of tho lodge.
C-O-'it O.K. Slack, Sec'y.
J9X Itag stock envelops nt the Bui.
i.khn olllre, $3 35 per M. '
Mr.Jewctt Wilcox left for St. Louis
Capt. Fred Davis lull yetterday for a
E. Teillinoii, of St. Mini', was at the
St. Charles yesterday.
-W. I). Uaitm, or I'llln, was at the
Orand Central yesterday.
It. O. Lnttlng and family, were ut the
St. Chnrlcs yesterday.
II. II. I'o well, of Shawneetown, was
at the St. Charles yesterday.
Charles Johnson, of l.QiiWIauu, was
nt the Orand Central yesterday.
11. C. Black, of Cincinnati, was reg
istered at the St. Charles jterday.
A. Nelson, of Fulton, Kentucky, was
registered at the Planter yetcrday.
Thomas Carulhcrs, of Jackson, Ten
nessee, was at the St. Charles yeterday.
.John J'rcppel, of Memphis, Tennes
see, was registered at the Plaiilers yes
terday. Mrs. itandall.of lloaehvllle. Tennes
see, was registered at Hip Delmonlco yes
J. W. Thompson, of Canton, MMs
slppl, was registered nt the Delmuulco
Mr. Earl, or Xit'liville, Tennessee,
was registered at the Orand Central ye
yesterday. William Olascow, or Tlptouville,
Tennessee, was nu arrival at the Planters
Alexander King and lady, of Wav-
crly, Kentucky, were at the Deluionlco,
Dr. J. G. Brooks nnd wife, of Padit
cab, were registered ut the St. diaries
F. M. Ooodall, of Wenona, Illinois,
was registered at the Planters yeter
tlay. Mr. W. F. Pitcher lelt this morning,
for a brief vllt to lluckensaek, New
F. it. Davidson, of Holly Springs
Mississippi, was regMciTd at the Del
II. 11. Hay, of Charleston, was at the
Grand Central yesterday.
I. C. Johnson, of New York,
was ivglstered at the Planters yester
day. Mr. A. B. Kenton, u commission
merchant of Chicago, was quartered at
the St. Charles yesterday.
C. C. Bowen, a prominent citizen of
Detroit, Michigan, was registered nt the
St. Charles yeterday.
-OeorgeK. Willis, of Corinth, Mis-is-sippl,
was reifistered at the St. Charles
B.J. .UcClurennd.l. II. Lewis, bothof
Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, were stopping
at tiie St. Charles yetcnlay.
Capt. John O. Mann, division super
intendent or the Mississippi Contral Bail
road, was at the St. Charles yesterday.
A. B. Vacearo, a prominent wholesale
liquor dealer of Memphis, Tennessee, was
registered at the St. Charles yesterday.
It. W. Clark, paymaster of the Cairo &
St. Louis Narrow Gauge Itallroad Com
pany, was an arrival at the St. Charles
Regular JfeetloaT Thereof.
COUNCIL C'llAMIirK, I
C.iino, III., June 8, 1870.
Present His Honor, Mayor Winter,
and Aldermen llalliday, Lancaster, Nel
lis, Parker, Patter, Itlttenhouse, Saup,
Thistlewood, Wright and Yocuni 10.
On motion the reading of the minutes
ol the previous nieelluir was dispensed
First lu order was the reading of the
ordinance which was laid over from pre
On motion of Alderman Halllday the
adoption ol the ordinance in sections was
On motion, sections 1, 2 and 3 ol said
ordinance were adopted as read.
Section -I was amended hy an amend
ment introduced by Alderman Halllday,
as follows :
I'lKiv'ulttt, That the provisions of tills
section may bu suseiiled at any time by
a resolution adopted by the city council
for any length of time.
Alderman Thistlewood offered the fol
lowing additional niuemlineutto said sec
tion J, which was npproed.
ProviJfd, That nothing contained lu
this section shall be construed to Inter
fere with the loading or unloading of
cars, at or In front of any mill, ware
house, or elevator building that has
been erected upon any of the streets,
avenues, allevs or highways of the city
previous to the passage uf tills ordinance.
Uy Alderman Saup :
"A violation of section 4 or 5, of this
ordinance, shall subject the ollendeT to u
flue of not leas than $23 nor more; than
S200 lor each and every oitcnse.
On motion of Alderman Lancaster the
entire ordinance, as amended, was then
adopted hy the following vote :
Ayes-Ilalliday, Lancaster, Ncllis,
Parker, Putler, ltiitcnhoue, Saup, This
tlewood and Yoctuu-K.
A communication from Hon. J. IL
Obcrly, relating Interests of the
city ui ul blscoiinecllou with tho Cairo ,fc
St. Louis railroad was presented and
Mr. Obcrly being present ho was to',
qiujstcd, upon motion of Alderman This
tlowood, to address the Council lu re
gard to llie matter. Mr. Obcrly then ad
dressed the Council lu regard to tho orig
inal contract for building the road, and
its present condition. At the close of his
remark, the .Finance Committee were
Instructed to give tho matter iluo consid
eration and report ut an early date.
lteport of A. Comings, P. M., for the
month of April was then read, and on
motion of Alderman Saup approved.
The Street Committee reported that
they luid examined the bids of the Cairo
llox and Basket company to furnish
lumber for sidewalks ut S17 M per M,
and Newton Hlw at $17 per M, and that
yiey deemed both bids abovo tho views
and recommended their rejection. On mo
tion of Alderman Halllday said report
was received nnd approved, and on mo
tion ol Alderman Wright flm clerk was
Instructed to advertise fur 10 days for
proposals to furnish the city with side
Tbe Committee on Claims to whom
were referred the follow lug bills, reported
the same back, recommending payment
thereof as follows:
Dr. Win. Wood, medicine, ntni
medical attendance to small-pox
patients $ CO 00
P. Coulan, 24 days work on
sidewalk 37 12
Stephen Bradley, hauling 11 loads,
juc per ioau,.i ;i ;m
I). .McCarthy, tending chain-gang
i'i dnvs i 10 00
Justice Cunningham, for hauling
una burying small pox cases... ki uu
Cairo City Gas company i 1115 00
Jtice, lumber lor pest nouse n im
F. Vincent, llmu for pest house 1 00
Barrlay Bros., tor virus 10 00
Ed. Powell, groceries, Ac. lor pest
house 1 112 28
M. J. McGaulcy, medicine for pest
house 0 G5
W. O. Cary, collln 2 00
N. A. Devore, repairs on pump.... 2 00
Arter & Stewart, broom for po
lice headquarters :0
II. Able, painting, etc., at pollen
headquarters 17 00
C. llatiuy. malting for same !i 07
S. E. ilauuoii, stationery 0 20
John Major, lumber. 17 'M
Cairo Buflothi Co., notlces.ete :i 00
D. McCarthy, dieting prisoners
1C0 days, Muy.at 50c. 81 00
it. II. Cunningham, rent ol coun
cil chamber, May 15 (10
Cairo Ittillclln, letter paper for
clerk's olllee :i 00
Lancaster A ltlce, IiiiiiIht for side-
walks M .'i.i :t:t
M. Cahlll, hauling dead carcasses 7 20
Thos. McCabc, same 1 no
A. Fra.er, repairs on pump cor
ner Eleventh nnd Coinmctclal.. 2 50
I'i McAllister, cleaning council
chamber for May .'I 50
Jas. Sheltou. for same G 75
D. J. Galligan, superlntcndaut of
streets, 3 ilnys, May 0 00
M. E. Powers, hauling 0 loads
lumber, 50o 1 20
Obcrly aud Davis, publishing
council proceedings, etc 35 00
John Clancy. 2 05
Wheeler Ai Co., coal i 2 00
Dr. O. O. Parker, lor 35 vaccina-
tious 17 00
Dr. Stalker, for 01 vaccinations,
00c 30 00
T. J. itoberts, 1 day's work $ 1 75
James Harrington, 2 day.' work
nt $1 75 per day 3 50
John Sullivan, 3 days' work at
$1 75 per day 0 25
John F. l)yer,'3Jl days' work at
$1 75 per day (1 13
Henderson Downing, 0 da vs' work
nl SI 75 per day .". 10 50
Oeo. Wilson, 10 day.' work, at
SI 75 tier day 17 00
nrysiacK. u uays work', at
S2 ncr dav 2i 00
E. Wheeler, 7 days' work at $2
H-r dav 15 00
Illchard Slack, 8 days' work nt 12
per dar 10 (),)
Dan Mullen, 01 days' work at
$1 00 per day..". 0 75
Charles Johnson, IS days' work
at SI 1C 2-3 per day 21 00
Mrs. Pat. Clavllu, 3 days' work
nt SI M!r day 3 50
Sallle Kay, 8 days' work ut -13c.
per day 3 I t
Mrs. Georgia Hall, 7 days' work
at SI per day 7 00
Mrs. Holly, I'i days' work at
$2 00 per dav 30 00
Tom Fields and wife, 10 days'
w ork at $1 per day 10 00
Pat. Clark, 18 days' work at$l 00
per day 27 00
Charles Burnett, whitewashing 3
houses 5 00
The Committee on Claims to whom were
referred the petition of the Hibernian
Fire company, asking that they be re
funded the sum of S10 80 for gas paid by
them, reported that they recommended
Mint in nf yaytmr thu ffin Ulila afoncH
company, the Council Increase the
quarterly allowance of each company to
$00 in place of $00, beginning nt the end
of the present quarter.
On motion of Alderman Lancaster,
said report was received and concur
The Finance Commlttlee to whom were
referred tbe petition of Sol. A. Silver,
Jas. Mallory and others, asking for a re
duction lu steamboat and hotel runners'
license, reported that they recommended
the prayer of the petitioners, be granted,
and that there he tio distinction In regard
to tho amount of license charged runners
or as to their duties.
On motion of Alderman Wright, said
report was approved and concurred In.
In the matter of the petition of F. M.
Stocklleth, John Gates, P. O. Schiih nnd
others, asking a reduction in liquor
license, the Finance Committee reported
that ut the present time It Is Inexpedient
to reduce the revenue of the city, and
would therefore recommend that no ac
tion be taken by the council looking to the
nil net ion asked for.
On motion of Alderman Ncllis said re
port was received anil approved.
The Ordinance Committee reported the
following ordinance and, on motion of
Alderman Halllday, the regular rule was
dispensed with, anil the ordinance order
ed to a second reading :
AS UliniS'ANC'K loniiicnil Section uumliainl
4 J nfOnllniLhee nilllitM.ltitl 7.
Be it onluiiinl by the city council of llircllyof
hKcriovl. That 8ectioii nuiulivml Si of Or.
illnuiice uuiubricd 7 bs umeiuleil so at to ivud,
When aincuiled, as follows, vl.l Licenses limy
be grontisl to steamboat, ruilroiul iiml hotel run
ner on the luiyment Into the city treutury of an
amount at the nile of lll'ly dollars fur one year;
I'l'ovlrifU, ' hat the employer of any luniiermuy
Ukcouttlic licence Hint iivovlileil uUo, Out the
Haute of such rtinnrr employed lie Insetted In the
Ili-eiiM., anil the funic be trutmlemhle from one
liiunrrto another, upon uppllcAtioti to therily
elviki uiul piovlilnl uirthrr, That all runners
hull Rive bond in the oiiui of 111 e hunilml dol
lars, romlitloncil for the UllhUil perform
ttiice or their duties at euch liinnert, and pro
vided thai In all ritsej. whrru the einplo)vr shall
have taken out the llcente, ntul such employer
hall employ ,two or laore runners, who shall
each bo on duty u rertalu iinmlier hi' hours Uur
inn the taenty-fotir hours, the uameol'auclt two
or more, runuers may lie Inserted In Midi llceiie
I'rovlilnl, That not moie th in one of euch run
ners ahull Use theauinc liceu.e Uurlug the snuiu
On motion of Alderman Halllday, said
ordtuaiico was approved and ndopted by
the following vote :
Ayes llalliday, Lancaster, Nelll,
Parker, Patler, Itlttenhouse, Saup, This
tlewood, Wright and Vnoiiiu 10.
Petition of Mr. John Kennedy, asking
the Council to grant her license frcu of
charge, was. on motion of Alderman Ncl
lis referred to the Committee on Finance.
Alderman Wright offered tho follow
ing resolution, which upon niolloii of
Alderman Hnlllday was approved.
Resokttl, That tho Finance Committee
bO requested to lay before the honorable
Hoard of County Commissioners, now In
session, the entire, expenditure of the
city In caring for.iuoull pox cases, (in
dudlugremoTal Ond fitting up the pest
hotttte) nnd imwmueh as all tbe eases
have been paupers, n'spectfully request,
their honorable body to reimburse the
city In such an amount as they In their
Judgment may deem right and Just.
Tho Street Committee reported that
they had examined tho bids of Chas.
Mehncr, Jas. Kennedy and I). J. Oalll-
gau, for furnishing material and build
ing brick sidewalks on Seventh and
Eighth streets and on Washington ave
nue, and that they recommended that the
contract be awarded to D. J. Oalllgan, he
being tho lowest bidder.
On motion of Alderman Wright, said
report was received and approved.
Alderman Halllday offered the follow
ing resolution which upou motion of Al
derman Thistlewood was adopted :
Ilttohtd, That the Committee on Or
dinances ix instructed to ascertain anil
report to tho Council at Its next regular
meeting the cost, as near as can bo ascer
tained, of rcvielngand publlshlnglu book
form the ordinances of the city.
The hauling of slop and garbage was
awarded to Stephen Bradley, he being
the lowest bidder, ngrcelng lo remove
the same as follows :
During June, Julv nnd August.... $05 00
During September. 10 00
During October 21 00
City liquor bond of David Barry lu tho
sum of live hundred dollar, with John
Clancey and B. MoManits as securities,
was approved and ordered Illicit.
The olllclal bonds of special Police
Constables Jos. Law and John Johnson
hi the sum of one thousand dollars each,
weru iv.nl and approved.
On motion of Alderman Saup council
Wm. Fiiuscii Axlkv, City Clerk.
PILSENElt at Louis Herbert's.
Owners of drays, water carts, wagons
or other vehicles, subject to license, will
pleu-e call nt once on the city clerk nnd
procure numbers to correspond with fjiclr
license, and those not having license to
procure them Immediately.
0-4-Ct. W. M. Williams, C. M.
Go to Wilcox's for strawberries.
BY OUR FKIEND AT THE CORKER.
IIiiU, 4'np, ITollilatc. dc,
I, Wnlder, at the corner of Ohio Levee
and Sixth street, known to some as "our
friend at the corner," has
slaughtered" high pi lees hi Hats, Caps,
and Clothing. He is selling at great bar
gains, a fact that makes some dealers lcel
as If they were shot or struck by light
ning. Call on lilm, and price Ills goods,
for which be does not owe a nlckle.
New Vegetable, Ntatitl,
Frank Uuncbcr will this morning open a
new vegetable stand on Kighth street back
of Chris. Hanny's store, where fredi vege
tables and (lib will be sold to customers at
lower prices than any other placo In Cairo
lilt vegetables arc r Used la bis own gar
den, ho catches bis own fib, and can there
fore guarantee them fresh; and be can af
ford to undersell all competllotv Ulveblm
a call. 0-8-Ot.
All petaous within tbe corporate limits ot
tbo city ot Cawo are hereby requested mod
notified to cleanse their premises fnsldo of
rive days from this date. A failure on the
part nf any occupant or owner of any bouso
or lot to obey tblt notice, will be arrcttod
and fined under tlu ordinances of tho city.
Persons can deposit the rubbish In a pile on
the streets duilti? the term of this order
(belug live days,) wheu It will bo removed
by the city authorities.
Further, on and after tbe nth of June, all
persons are notlOad not to leave swill or
slops remaining upon their premUoj, but
deposit the samo every morning in a box,
keg or barrel tu trout of his or her bouse,
whence it will be removed every morning
(Sunday excepted) by the city garbage cart
Mayor City ot Cairo,
Caiko, June Mb, 1870. 0-0-Ot.
9S"XK Wooil stock envelopes at
Bi'i.uiTiN ouice. S3 00 per M.
A silver plated No. 0 Wllsou Shuttle Sew
ing Muchino, hard (piano) tlnlth, valued at
S5. Will be cold at 120 discount, on good
terms, and ordered direct from tbo factory,
A No. 1) Wllseu Shuttle Sewing Machine
valued at if 70. Will be sold at $10 discount
aud ordered direct frcm tbe factory.
A ! Itcmlngton Sewing Machine- :!0
o(l' for cash. Suitable for tailor or boot aud
At a bargain, nnd on good terms, a Howo
Sewing Machine. May be teen at the Com
pany's otltco, corner Ninth street and Com
mercial. FOIt SALE.
Plcturesquo America" IS numbers
hound in 2 volumes, full gilt Morocco ;
Ast)h"E," "dough, Warren A Co.V
i'uiior Organ, right from the factory at He
troit. I.lt price, i00. Will bo sold for
A new two-liorsa Gamble wagon.
For any of the above articles, npply at
tho KlILLKTINOtllce. K. A. ItUKNKTT.
The celebrated O. IC. Scaling Wax, for
sealing fruit cans In-st In use; also
Faver's Improved axle grease, ntul a largo
stock of Geo, F. Davidson & Co.' star
hams ; also Millet and Hungarian grass
seed on hand and for sale by
0-H-3L SruATTox Burn.
Obstacles to Marriarje.
Happy relief for young men frjin tbe ef
fects of error und abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
riage removed. Now method of treatment.
New and remarkable remedies. Books
and circulars sent free, In sealed envelopes.
Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, 4I
N, Ninth street, Philadelphia, -fa. an lustl
ttltlou btvlnf blub repuUtloa) for honor
al le eOBttuct and rofesslonal skill.
or Tkta hi Mtasl.
Dr. Jcnnelle, during tlie.pretent school
vacation, will pay particular attention to
lilting nnd treating children' teeth. Par
ents whose children may be suffering
with their teem, please bear this In mind.
We will take, at the Ut. Charles Hotel,
durlne; tbe summer months, &o day boarders,
at M par montb, andBO boarders with cool,
pleasant rooms on the upper floor, at 30
per montb. At this extremely low rate,
none but promptly paylaf boardert will be
accepted. Jtcwarr Wilcox k Co.,
A man to canvass for sale of Howo
sewing machines. Apply to I). F. Ben
nett, corner of Commercial avenue nnd
Ninth street. C-4-it.
dsn Bulla f Evarjr Becrlilloii
PHIL II. SAUP'S.
IsJ-KX Amber and White nig stock
envelopes nt tho Bulletin otUcv, printed,
S3 00 and $4 00 fer M.
I.oula Herbert ha PIIJIKNKM.
Steamer Jim Fltk, Paducah.
" Belle. Memphis, Memphis.
" Cons. Millar, Cincinnati.
" City of Augusta, Memphis.
" Julia. Vicksburg.
Tow-boat J. W. Garrett & barges, St. L.
Steamer Jim Flk, Paducah.
' Hcllc Memphis, St. Louis.
' Cons. Millar, Memphis.
' City of Augusta, St. Louis.
1 Julia, Vleksburg.
Tow-boat J. W. Garrett, Louisville.
Jim Flsk, Paducah; Cherokee,
Thompson Dean, Haven and barges,
Ohio ; City of Vleksburg, South; Great
Itcpuhllc, Grand Tower, St. Louis.
IIIVKIt AND WEATHER.
The river last cvenlng.wos 21 feet 1 -1-5
tidies on tho gauge, having risen 12
Inches during the previous 21 hours.
Weather clear and mild.
The Cons. Millar had about 300 tons
The City ot Augusta has gone to St.
Louis for repairs.
The Cons. Millar received a big cargo
u the lower Ohio tor Memphis.
Capt. David Heluer, ol the steamer
Hickory, was In the city yesterday.
The poet John J. Piatt and lady, ol
Cincinnati, are passengers on the Con.
Millar to Memphis anil return.
The Jim Flsk wits detained at Padu
cah, waiting for the Arkansas Belle, and
arrived at 0 o'clock last evening.
Capt. Dugau has announced tho
Eckert as u St. Louis, picnic institution
for the Summer season. That will be
Mr. T. L. Conatit, of the Evansvllie
Courier, who has been visiting relatives
In tills city, departed hy the Narrow
ftaiMre for St. r.oiils yesterday.
The Slurlock and C. B. Church have
gone to the bank at St. Louis to ntialt
events. 'The Shlrloek wants to go Into
the combination, but It is not clear yet
whether she will succeed or not.
From the New Orleans Times we
learn with regret of Uie death of Capt.
Thomas N. Jacobs, of Shreveport, Lu.,
which occurred nt Moscow, Polk county,
Texas, on the 30th of last month. Cap
tain Jacobs was a steamboat clerk well
known on the rivers.
Will DlrAUTMKlIT, ItlVKR KKPOHI', J
STATIONS. LOW WATXH. ""
ft. IN. rr. IN.
Pittsburg... T" xl s
Cincinnati 10 4 x ft
Loulavllls .. S lu l
at. Louis an Q - '-'
Corrected Dally byK. M. Stearns, commission
Secretary ol' the Cairo iiourd ot
Flour, according; to grate.. i COST 00
Com. inlxeil. aaeJunl ia77u
Corn, white, sacked - 'Vitaou
wais, uiixeu - wuc
Ilran, per ton tltl Ul
Meal, steam Urled-.. 3 SO
llutter, choice Northern dttuo
Nutter, choice Southern 111 30aiUu
Kkks, per iloien........ 1-Ku
Chickeut. iieritoaen... fa 3 7.1
Turkeys, . per doitn 'J 00
IA'ouuoes, per uarrei tv- w
Onlsns, uer barrel - W
SlrawberrltH per rrmlu ti Ul
Wil.l. he rerelveil at my orllce until Tiiesilay,
June '.Mil, I "13, lur aU the lumber the
city may require iturina; the pretent lltcal year.
I.umlierto be good white or burr oak, Ires froni
)ap or bait knots, and to be of aarli dimensions
not cxreeUluK St feet lu lenxth aud to be deliv
ered In such iuautltica and at such limes as the
committee on streets may direct.
't ho city rv.il Yei the rhcht to rejest any and
allbldt. WM MtENCII AXI.KV.
Cairo, JuueV, 1S73.
AM. ilnul caroattes rtmoTed from the cliy.
mutt tw tlirowu In the Mtttlastppi rlicr at
the rock pile, between Twanty-ninhth ami 1 hlrlf
fourth streets, in acconlauce with Ordinance Mo.
6, bectinn a. W. HKUWN, llsultli OtBw.
Meeting of the Stockholders
Cairo St St. XiOufaKailrosvd Oompaay.
PUIIJl! notie Is hereby glvtn tliat tlirra Will
be hrhl a meeting of tho stockholders of tut
Cairo A HI. bouts Kailtoad Company, at the
station houte of said coniiany, In the city ot
Ka.it &t. 1-ouU, In Hit county of St. Clair ami
State of llliuols, on
Muudny Ike tltlllt iiyar Juue, A. .
at the hour of eleven o'clock a. to,, for I lis pur
iHwaofthaaanil there tlectiiurby said slock
holileis seven directors for said coinpauy lor the
enauluK year, aad then ami tlier trausaetiiiK
such other biulnbss aprUhilnT to aalil ooiu
pany as shall com Uiow said meeting, . .
A full attnwlanosof all Um itockliolders la
said company Is raiutttUd and miirh deslrwl
J. W. BAVIN,
StockboUUrsO. St, L.H. H. Co
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