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-48CAI.O.V l.OIKJK, NO. .11,
Knlalits of Pyihlas, raceh evrry Vrl
Mf nlKbt at ImIMaoI Bottn, in Odd-
fellows' Hull. 0 K. SLACK,
wj. Al.i;.V-N!)KU I.OIMJK, NO. Ml.
el lniJrrcii(tenl Onlr of Odd-Kelv
"t" itlia(r-U!i, In I nclr ballon
Kfv iuhi. inwM I'tfrv i numini' nicrin
WM..MHVIUI mimic, in 11-11 ni-Mil nn'l fN'Wnill
treeti. John Ij Uom.jiak, , u. t
CAIItU KNAMI'MnNT, I 0. O. .iimI
In Odd-Fi-Udtva' Hull on the flrM und t Ii lr I
Inwlaj In cttry month, al hair-jmat mm.
c; K SLACK, U. !.
UAIIIO I.OII0I:. NO. 237.A . V. A A. M.
VV1 "."''"f'llnr cominuiilmtlon In Jin
sonic Mali, corner Commercial nw-nuc
' T. .!'"'. '-iKlitli til, on ihr second ami
mirth Monday ufiiicli moiilli.
BY OUR FRIEND AT THE CORNER.
IIkIm, 'iih CltitliliiK. Ac.
I. Wulder, at the corner orohlo Luvce
mid Sixth street, known to sonic ns "our
friend tit tho corner," has
".laughtercd"' high prices In lints, Cap',
and Clothing. He Is wiling at ynait bar
gains, a fact that make some dealers led
ni If they wcro shot or struck liy light
ning. Call on 111 1 1 1 , and price hi good',
for which he does not owe a nltk'le.
IIf.Nr..RK ni l.ul llprlti i
fe will take, at the St. Charles Hotel,
during Iho Mimmer months, Mdiybosr.krs,
at $22 per month, nnd M boarders with cool,
pleasant rooms on the upper Hoor, nt $30
per month. At this extremely low rate,
nunc hut promptly pa) log boiudets will ho
accepted. Jr.wf.iT Wilcox kCo.,
LOOK HERE I
Ilixr IliillH ori:iTy ItrHcrlpllon
I'TllL II. .SAL'I'V.
i:xi'iirliiMH, I'ieiilrs, i:ir.
The good pmfcnstr steamer, ltanuock
City, can be chartered lor cxciirnloui or
plt'iilo nt reasonable rates. Apply to
K-2-lm Walki'.KiV Nr.'.i.is.
'flit pleanant Hummer ttesort Is now opt n
lor vlnitors. TIjo Springs arc the tincst
Chalybeate water, and tre situated In a
boautlful beech crovc, near a romantic
stream with high rocky hank'. ThcHprlngs
are half-way bet at en Vienna jnd (iol
condi, and can he reached by hack from
cither ot thoc places. U. W. JIivim,
.lime 1STD. U-31-Sw.
at to the treatment of all iltxeasci, Iroin the
mlldett ailment to the dcsdllut epldouile.
but the fact that the California Vinegar
Hitter Is conquering maladies whlcli hsvc
dfld tho faculty, reLdcrs these profess
ional d'tTcrtnce of little conssU nee.
While Dypepla, (lout, Rheumatism, Uri
nary Complaints, Illillousnex, Nenoui
Disabilities, and all disorder not organic,
are obliterated by this iintcli!i- vegetable
tonic and alterative, wlu circs fur opin
ions r C-lS-d.Vw-lw.
lid Hip llcl.
Dr. Selli Arnold's Coush Kilter the
freat eradlcutar lor n'l IU2 iIUm u
perlor remedy to all other ine ilclnei yet
discovered, In socr cjm'. Ills a sure.
ijilleV, and perfectly tafo remedy tor
coughs, eold, orc tliruit, whooping coush
2roup, and all dl'easr of the throat nud
lungs. Retail rice, SO ami :0 centnandl.
Any bottle tint docs not give relief liny be
returned, and the money will be refunded.
Dr. i-t)i Arnold's DJarrluea IUUmii Ij and
fflccnti. Remember It Is warranted. Ar
nold's lill'Vmt Mandrake l'lfl, operating
without klckness and pain. Compounded
by Dr. Sctti Arnold's Medical Conoratl-n,
Woonocket, It. I. Sold by Paul (l.Schuh,
druggist, Cairo, III. 5V.2.1-3oi.
Jit lint! So; Iter.
landlords of hotels and boarding bouses
will And It to their advantago to call upon
.Mrs. Coleman, Laundros, No 12 Fourth
street, botweou Vnshlnglun and Commer
cial avenue". Hotel and boarding-house
washing, "j cents per doze t). I'oi piecework
prices are as follows: Slnglo shirt and col
lar, 10c; perdozeuSOcj socks 5cj two
tars, fie; two handkerchiefs, fic; TCbts
and all gcntleuicn'i wear, Nic.
dozen. Ladles' drcfcses, 25 to
tiklrtt 10 to 20c; drawors 10 to 10c;
pair hof e 0c; two collars 5 to 10c. For la
dles' plain Olothcs $1 00 per dozen; tor la
dies tine clothes, $1 23 per dozen; done
droinptly, and promjri.lv dellxere.l. Pa
Xnllrn of Itcimmtl.
The well-known barber thop, corner
Kighth and Commercial, presided ovjr by
:ho popular nrtUt, (leorgo StclnhoiHC, has
removed ono door north on Commercial, In
'.ho f rami Central Hotel. Tho new shop Is
.argo and commodious, and those wishing
for anything artistic In tho way of fashion
able hair cutting, -niooth shavcy, etc., will
Jo well to calf at thu (irand Central Uarber
foe N ile.
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Suuttlo Sow
Ing Machine, hard fplumi) finlJli, valued at
J83. Will bo told at f 20 discount, on good
term, and ordered direct from the factory.
A No.'J AVIUn i-liuttlo Sewing Machine
valued at Will be sold at 915 discount
and ordorcd direct (rem tho laetory.
A f90 Remington Bowleg Machtne-HSO
oQ'for cash. Stiltablo for tailor or hoot and
At a bargain, and on good tonus, a Howe
Hewing MnClilne. May bo een at tho Com
pany's olllce, comer Ninth xticct end Com
mercial. FOR SAI.K.
"Plctusqtto America" IS nutn'jers
bound m 2 volumes, full gilt Morocco ;
A styls "12," "Clough, Warren & Co.'s"
Parlor Organ, right from the factory at De
troit. I.Ht price, SW. Will bo sold for
A nevy two-horso Oamblo wagon,
Forny oftheahOYO articles, apply at
tho DuttKHtf oflke. K. A. UunsKTT.
SUNDAY, JTNF. 27, 187...
Local Wrnther llcporl.
(2aiiio, III.., Junel-l, la"J.
Tuik. IIaii. I The. Wind.
7n m. iw.nio I 7.'r .
II :w.oi si 8,
2 p.m. i.i.'M , 7i' W.
THOMAS JONKS, Hergt. S. 9 U. S. A.
I.otilo llrrlierl lino IMI.NI'.SiMt.
Iiuluo lllrd has returned to his olllclal
duties In this cltv from Alton, lie re
ports the animal meeting of the tirand
i.oiiffu oi colored Alnon, ol which body
hi! Is It member, nt lint rltv list wek n
' - ......
very ph'iiant and satlslactoiy nftalr.
6a)rlll' reduction In inlcca of l'eather
DiistcN, at Schulj's drug ctoru.
A ri'ularcnniiuunicatlon of Cairo
l.oil'e, .No. 'J.I i, A. r. ami A. l.,
will ho held (to-morrow) .Monday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. VWltliiir broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
It. F. Ui.aki:, fjecn-tary.
'ill I.onN Her.
.Mr. John Jones, ticket axent for the
Illinois Central railroad, tells us that lie
lia (old in the neighborhood of one liun-
wlrcd and titty e.cnrloii tickets to par
ties at this ftatlon, who will takopleaiuru
tours to various places during the prcent
Hoiiton. throuizh Ilia columns of UU
natier avK : "Wi; had tho lileiLSlireof
feeing tho portrait of Oram! .Master !'.
Ilros. nt Cairo, on Tuc-dav. It was
pa-sented to him by tho Odd Fellow of
Chicago. It is a true portrait of
the Judtrc, and a painting of superior
jrThe ilnest article of Salad Oil nt
Mrh. Or. l)uunlng has gone to Cen
tral l;i to ieiid a few weeks with her
.Mr. F.. C. Ptce nnd family left Cairo
yesterday morning for Falrlleld, Illinois,
lor a short vhlt to friends nnd relatives in
tW KIT. I XV Ell
tragt at Ja'eUlU.
i wo( iMieiout ter-
Chief of Police Williams Informs u
that lie has commenced proceedings
against Hie owners of tenement houses
who rent stich houses to ro-l!tutes for
the purpo-e of plying their nefarious vo
cation, lie declares that he will make It
warm for all partljs who are guilty of an
act of this kind. lie notified several
parties ye-tcrday morning, who rent
house.' to lewd women, of Ids intention.
The Turner. arc hereby requested to
attend a special meeting Sunday evening,
tho 27tli Inst., at their hall, at 8 o'clock,
rharp, lor the purposes of making llnal
arrangements lor their picnic on the
Fourth of July, and al-o loropcning bids
for their new hall, liy order of the presi
dent. Joiix KuniLKit.
In I he t'lty.
The Cary Sisters, who are well known
to many ofour people, ns worthy mem
bers of the theatrical profession, having
fiiltlllcd numerous engagements In Cairo
during the war, are nt the St. Charles
hotel. Theso ladles have retired from
the stage, having lost their father, and
now lead n retired llfu on a beautiful
plantation near .Memphis, Tennc.-5ce.
f CrGenttlue Congress water in bottles
at Schnh's drug store. 25 cents per bot
tle. TIic Mliitu fair.
The Jonesboro Gazette says : ' Wc are
Informed by Hon. 1. Gillum, Pre-ideut of
tli2 State Agricultural Society, that there
will bo speeding of hor.-es on the lair
grounds during the State Fair at Ottawa
noxtfall. Wo are also pleased to learn that
Capt. Parker, of Cairo, will he marshal
ol the grounds, which U an announce
ment that everything will bd In order du
ring the fair."
Kj-vTOo to Jatehtl't and try his EIUiAX
fEll, i ildiijhtful bcrernge.
Tli Internal limiil
Tho Internatlolial circus, considering:
tho Inclement weather, was very well
patronized by tho pcoplo of Cairo and
surrounding country yesterday. The,
Miow throughout is n very good one, and
this exhibition ot animals, birds, etc., un
usually attractive. Tho circus U better
than tho'-e that uru usually Introduced,
being of a varied mid Interesting charac
ter throughout. The performance: of
the I.eu family were the most notnblo fea
tures, and are undoubtedly equal lo any
equestrianism offered in this country.
Un lo I.onN llrrlx'rl'M for I'lLHII-
(lliiwi I'riiit Jars,
at 73 cents per dozen ; nil the latest styles
in Jelly glass. Scaling wax In largo and
small quantities, nt Dau'l Ilartman's,
corner Sixth street.
Turker V Stiller.
Tho Jonesboro Ousctte, in speaking of
tho linn of Parker & .Miller, commission
merchants of tills city, comments ns fol
low upon the business ability of thoo
gentlemen : "Capt. 1). T. Parker Is well
known In this portion of Southern Illi
nois, and has an extensive acquaintance
throughout tho State, having long been
connected with tho Stuto Fair Associa
tion. Mr. Cunningham has long been
successfully engaged In business. Those
who wish to consign to Cairo, can have
no hesitation as to tho reliability and
business qualities of these gentlemen."
Services at the M, K. church to-day
ntlla. in. Sunday school concert nt 8
p. tn. Short sjieeches nnd music by the
choir nnd school will constitute the even
Here1 n t'hnnrt.
The Puducah UtruUl June 'Hi, wys:
"Hilly Augustus has a beautitul Mlver
base ball, which he proposes to give to
the winning club In the next game of
bae ball between the Idlcwlld'. and nny
other club. It the fdlcwlld'ft win the
game they get the ball, and If the visit
ing club wins they get It. Here Is n splen
did chnncc for the Cnlro boys to try their
snoj,') pun 0UU3AK uojSupisA Jatuoa
'uoor npiwjv MJaqMH 'f M"'I IV
. More I'eilrn.
Hotiton, of the Jonesboro Oazdtt, says
that the head of this institution H pre
paring to liy the American eagle, nnd
will not play thu great sell-out game
of pedro, sancho, etc., until after the glo
rious Fourth." This Is all very true, but
the way he plays the devil with the un
fortunate being who chances to Intrude
upon him, while he Is preparing to fly
that eagle, ought to be amusement
enough for him without nddliii; to that
sport the game of "sancho pedro."
A Xew Hall.
From .Mr. William Ruder, one of tho
leading spirits ol the Turner Society ol
this city, w e learn that I hat society pro
pose building, during the present sum
mer, n capacious hall. The building will
contain mm room, thirty feet wide by
lifty feet long, and will bo furnished with
nil the modern exercising implements
used hi establishments ol this kind, name
ly, dumbbells, parallel bars horizontal
bars, rings, trapce, ropes, sand bags,
spring boards, etc. Tho room will be
used by tlieTurners its a practicing place.
Last night at 1 1 o'clock, a tali German
dres-ed hi dark clothe", jumped Into the
river Iroin the stern of the Cairo city
wharf-boat, nud was drowned. Several
parties, hearing the plunge in the water,
ran to his nssl-tance; one man held an oar
to Mm, and another shoved out a ladder,
but ho would not accept the proflercd
help and after floating to the ferry dock
sank to rise no more. He had been heatd
to enquire for u boat going to St. J.ouU
eyem! times, and was thrice warned by
the watenman on the wharf-boat to keep
oil" the guard as his-actions were a little
susjicious, but owing to tho darkness a
close description could not be obtained.
A It II III J UK.
On Friday night, two men, named
Jack Thomas Martin and .Mike McCar-
they, got Into a rumpus at the Vlcks-
burg House. After a good deal of talk,
Jack Thomas, upon McCarthcy making
a motion to go Into the house, struck
him and knocked 1dm down. Otllccr
Wliltcamp called on .Michael yesterday
morning, and that personage, seeing the
policeman coming, started to run, but
tho protector of the city's equanimity
was too quick for him, and he was taken
Into custody anil carried licforc Judge
Ilird, who. after hearing tho evldeuoo hi
the ca-e, dldjiot sec lit to assess a Hue
upon him, and he was allowed to go free.
A Heavy I'liif.
A young man named Black, who was
arrested In this city a few days ago for
gambling, was taken before Justice Com
ings, who lined hhn one hundred dol
lar and costs. Rlack being forcibly
struck with the idea that the line was too
high, made an eflort to have It reduced,
but failed. Chief of Police William", ono
of tho parties to whom he conversed on
the subject, told him that he "wished
Comings had "Iveu him a thousand In
stead of a hundred." The accused re
tired, and paid his tine without further
ell'orts to have It made less.
The .Miirplijoliojo Celebration.
From the Southern Illinoisan we learn
The committee appointed by the
Egyptian Fire Company, of Mtirphys
boro, to make arrangements for the cele
bration In that city on the fith (Monday),
have about concluded their labors, and
have announced n programme which Is
very satisfactory to all concerned. The
following are tho ollicers of tho day :
President, Col. K. M. Miller, Randolph
county; Vice President, Ren. L. Wiley,
Makanda; Silas Adsir, Joseph H. Culley,
DeSoto, and J. llrctt, Grand Tower.
Marshal of the day, Col. It. It. Towne",
of Union; Assistant Marshals, llarrv
Mori., Carhoudalc; George I). Pugh, Du
Quoin; It. A. Reaslcy, DeSoto; Jjhn
llrothcrhood and D. T. Garrett, .Mtr
physboro. Orator of the day, lion. John 11.
Prof. J. II. Ilrownlec, Southern Illinois
Normal University, will read the Declara
tion of Independence.
The Delta City Cornet Rand, of Cairo,
has been engaged for tho occasion. Tho
Turners' Park has been selected as tho
place to hold tho celebration, This Park
Is shady and delightful, with seats sufll-
clent to accommodate thousands. There
will bo an abundanco to eat on tho
grounds, and barrels of lee-water setting
here and there all over tho Park. In fact,
everything will be dono up in grand
BgyX Rag stock envelopes at tho llui.
i.m is oillco, $:J 2.- per M.
fcgyXX Amber and Whlto rag stock
envelopes at tho Hui.tr.rix olltee, printed,
;i H) mid $4 00 per M.
At the Uui.i.ktin bindery IS numbers,
bound lu two volumes, full gilt mor
rocco; cost $1 1 ; for sulu at $40.
fiQrXX Wood stock envelopes nt tho
Uum.ktin odlee. ?J 00 per M.
For Nnlo or Stent,
Thu house nud lot on tho corner ot
Eighth and Wnliutt streets. For particu
lars apply to Mns. Cumminus.
All ellort Is being made by a munbet of
the lovers of the national game, to bring
together nine of the best players to bo
found In Cairo, for the purpose of going
to Murpliysboro and having n social
game wit It ono of the clubs oi that vil
lage. Cairo has the material 'o organize
n club that can defeat any similar organi
zation lu Southern Illinois, hut up to the
present tlnio every eflort to bring them
together for the purpose ot making n
crack club has failed, and tho con equencc
Is that the clubs that nave been gotten
up, have, for the want of practice and the
proper amount of Interest, been dclcntcd
In almost every game lu which they have
engaged. If a club Is organized to play
the Murpliysboro hall tossers, let them
spend every spare moment In the prac
tice ol the game, audit Is our belief that
they can demolish Mound City, Paducah,
or any other of the villages who talk so
loudly of their prowess ns base balllsts.
M. A. Kvans. of Grand Tower, "did"
tho Delmoulco yesterday.
John Dunning, of St. I.ouls, was at
tho Delmoulco yesterday.
Miss T. Walt, of Unity, was regis
tered nt the Grand Central ycstenlay.
D. S. Johnson, of Villa P.ldgc, was
at the Grand Central yesterday.
J. IIlow. of St. I.ouls, was at the
S. M. Kagan, of Cincinnati, waseg
istered at the St. Charles yesterday?
J. F. Coyle, of St. I.ouls, was at the
St. Charles ycstenlay.
Capt. James A. VIoll, of Paducah,
was at the St. Charles yesterday.
M. A. Davis, of Huston, was at the
St. Chai les yesterday.
John D. Kllllngsworth, of St. I.ouI,
was at the St. Charles yesterday.
J. Jt. Thomas, a prominent lawyer
of Metropolis, was nt the St. Charles
Thomas Morcinan, of Mhslsslppl,
was registered at the St. Charlci yester
day. F. M. Westerbrook, of Kvansville,
was registered at the St. Charles jeUer
day. Kly M. Kennedy, of Paris, Kentucky,
wns an arrival at the St. Charles yester
day. 1. C. Medley, of Friar's Lauding,
.Missouri, wits at the St. Charles yester
day. J. M. Stockinger and wife, of Phila
delphia, were quartered at the Planters'
Mrs. Stuart and family, of Rodney,
Mississippi, were registered at the St.
T. K. llarnes and George Shivers,
of Cincinnati, were at the St. Charles
D. L. Freeman and wife, ol Metrop
olis, were registered nt theJelmonlco
E. L. Rollins, of Canton, Mississippi,
lengthened his life by stopping at the
lames Co.iuon, of Madrid Haul,
Tennessee, was regl-tered nt the Del
Robert Murdock and family, ol St.
Jo.-cpli Parish, Louisiana, were quar
tered at thu St. Charles yesterday.
James A. Vanderwert and family,
ot St. Louis, who will niaku their home
In this city hereafter, are at the St
Lit of letters remaining uncalled for
In the Post Olllce atCalro. Illinois, Satur
day, June 20, 1S73.
Rentford Susan, Rarker Mollic,
Rrank Relle, Rrooks Howeud,
Ranchet Jennie, Clay I.ticlnda,
Clhio Eva, Carter Hannah,
Cummliigs Ellen, Carrel Mmullc,
Harris May, Hclly Relle,
James Julia, Tohucii Nancy,
Luttrell Julia A., .Mack Mury,
Neal Susan, Held Wylle A.,
Robinson .Mrs., Remmeck F. A.,
Storre Lou, Straltz Sarah,
Avery C. F.,
Elliott G. S.,
Nutter it. C,
Pierce F. II.,
Parker T. J.,
Reed G. 1!..
Auston Chas. E.,
Orlllln Geo. W.,
Overly J. W.,
Steele A. II.,
Sewards Geo. F.,
Spencer E. T.,
Scarlet W. S.,
Stoddard W. -M.,
Whlto J. E.,
Wheeler Wm. C
Persons calling for the abovo letters
will please say "Advertised."
Gr.o. W. McKu.ua, P. -M.
Arlington Ico Cream Saloon, T. 11. El
lis, proprietor, at tho Arlington House,
on Commercial avenue, between
Sixth ami Seventh, Is now open.
Thu most delicious Ico Cream always on
band. Families supplied with nny quan
tity, and tit reasonable prices. 0-18-tf.
'lienier Tliim liver Stimuli Ili'Torc.
Mason's Self-Sealing Fruit Jars at $1 CO
per dozen. Extra rubbers for Mason's
Fruit Jars, at Daniel Ilnrtinau's, corner
Sixth trect. 0-25-tl
A cottage on Thirteenth 6treet, between
Washington avenue nud Walnut street,
o-l :i tt. Apply to Du. Smith.
SgyGcnulue Congress Spring Water,
put up In bottles only, for sale tit Schnh's
drug storo nt S3 00 per dozen,
The Object ol Ilia Met hortlU Xxcnr
Klon. Ill soliciting tho patronage of the public
to the picnic excursion on tho Kckcrt on
Saturday, July 3rd, tho management deem
It proper to state that tho enterprise has
been tindertnk.il out ol necessity, for the
ptnpo'cof raising funds to meet nrrcar
ages In the salary ofour pastor, Rev. J, L.
Wallar, which havo occurred In one
qttence of tho cxpen-cs which the congre
gation Incurred while making tho ncccsary
repairs of tha pt year. The public havo
always responded generously to similar
calls upon their patronage, nud while being
grateful for pat favors, tho committee,
feeling tho importance ol tho matter, ur
gently Invite a largo attendance on the pres
ent occasion. Ihcprico charged for the
round trip to Paducah Is only about one
fourth packet faro, and taking t c crjoy
mcntand pleasure alforded into considera
tion, It Is safo'.to say every ono patronizing
the excursion will rccalro the full worth ol
tho money Invested.
1. W. lUttCLAY,
K. C. Pack,
H. A. TlIOM",
Special MeflliiK Thereof.
C.uito, Iu. June 25, 1875. f
Present Ills Honor, Mayor Winter,
and Aldermen Hnlliday, Lancaster, Nel-
lis, Parker, Patler, Rlttenliou'C, and
Tliu Mayor stated that the object of the
meeting was to hear the report of the
Finance and other Committees.
nr.r-OHT or Tin: riNAXCi: coMMirrni:.
The Finance Committee then made the
follow ing report, which, upon motion of
Alderman Wright, was concurred In nnd
appro cd :
Votir Finance Committee bcir leave lo
report on matters submitted to It ils fol
lows, viz :
1. That upon tho communication ol W.
J. ScarN, attorney of Cairo it St. Louis
railroad company, nddrcscd to his
Honor, thu umvorj wc recommend that
no action be taken.
2. That upon the communication of
Hon. John II. Oberly, we are nwaro of
no action having been taken by any per
sons, upon which wo can judge whether
or not, the Interest of thu city, in the
stock of the Cairo & St. Louis railroad,
company, will be nllectcd or Injured;
we are however, of the opinion that Mr.
Oherly's fears arc not groundless as to
what may be done afl'ectlngtho city's In
terest in that company ; we therefore rec
ommend that this committee be fully au
thorized and empowered to take such ac
tion, nt any time, as they may deem ex
pedient to protect tho Intcicsts of the
city lu said company, ami to that end
may employ counsel.
Thus. W. Hai.liiay, Chairman.
Ciias. O. Patiimi,
C.vnto, Juno 25, 1875.
The Finance Committee also reported
upon the petition of Mrs. John Kennedy,
as follows :
Your Finance Coniinltteo respectfully
report on the within petition, that they
are advised that the Council can not
legally relieve any individual from the
payment of llceu-e as fixed by ordinance.
On motion of Alderman Nellls said re
port was concurred lu and approved.
The Ordinance Committee reported the
following ordinance, nmiI recommended
Its passage :
AN' OHDI.VAN'CK to oniund Sections numbered
io (leu), II (Hi:en) ami 11 (twrhc) uf Uldl-
lianri. iiiltnljrlril T (ftetptO.
lie it ornalMd by the city council uf the city uf
sm-llnn 1. That SiTltnrn nnmlxrttl 10 (ten). 11
(clewn) und S (tuelru) ir Ordinance nunilx'rrd
i (Keren), oe anituueu o ni to riiui as luuuwi
section 10 It thall not be lawful for any per
son or iiertiins truum me ciij-oi luiroio Keep
or Uie in uny saloon, restaurant, rutins lion.e,
hotel or other place of public retort, n billiard
utile, pool luine, luipitcnu or pigeon uoie
tiitile, or any other table or In pleineut kept
or used for ii almllnr purpose or pill alley or
nnoiuijr irmiTy, wuiiom nni uaviug .oouiineu
?ectioAll, llefore license shall Ik-granted to
any iippiicnni lor keeping uriisiug n nuiiani,
pool, bagatelle or pigeonhole lalile.or Hn ullev,
or oliootiii pillery lie vlinll pay lo the lily treas
urer the rollorlnir films jkt iiiiiiitm, lz For h
nullum or pool lnlileorllier Ulilei kept or unl
fomlmllar pun"Je, twrnty-tlic dollar; for a
luinitelleor iiIki-oii hole table, or oilier tnblt-s
kept orneii;forn similar purpose, ten ctoll.'irsi
fiirntiln r.llev or ihnntlni? irullerr. tu-intv.llte
dollursi nnd the applirunt shnll be reipilrcsl to
ppecuy iue uousen tvnere ucu iniiitirii, pool,
ouuieiieorpiFoiiiioie nines, or oiner lauien
kept ami used tor u similar purpose, pin alley or
nlinotlng irallery Is het up or kept.
Section I'l. Ane iiernn fiillln?
faille? lo take out n
license lor a ullllaru talile, pool laule, baici
or pbrlon hole table, or other tables or linple
menu kept or used furn tlnitlnr purpose, nlii
alley or hootlnr Bllery, shall for cncli uml
cerydaylie shall kecpont'o mich
looi, iwKiiiciie or pigeon noie lanie, or otlirr tn
ilea or Implement, kept nriued Jor a similar
iiinioae, pin alley or shooting gallery, without
I'lvlne license therefor, forlelt und iuv to the
city u sum not less thnii lle dollars nor inoic
than titty dollars.
ldermatt Tldstlewood appearctl nud
took Ids scat.
A motion of Alderman Wright to dis
pense with the regular rules and place
the ordinance upon Its second reading
was lost by the following vote :
Ayes Halliday, Lancaster, Nellls,
Parker, Ititteiihousc, and Wrlght-d.
Nays Patier and Thlstlewood 2.
Tho bonds of Sol. A. Silver nud Jas.
Mallory, Steamboat runners, lu tho sum
of live hundred dollars each, were pre
sented and read, and, on motion of Al
derman Wright, approved.
Tho State and city liquor bonds of C.
II. I.awTenco were preeuted nud read,
and, on motion ot Alderman Wright, re
ferred hack for further security.
Proposals of Newton 1'leo and .1. S.
McGaheay, for furnishing lumber for
sidewalks each hid being for $(il per M.
feet were, on motion ot Alderman
Wright, rtierrctl to the Conunlttio on
Alderman Wright olVered the following
resolution and moved Its adoption, but
receiving no second to Ids motion, no ac
tion was taken upon the resolution :
Hetoli tii, That tho Slaughter Houses as
now maintained around the .Mississippi
Levee ho and are hereby declared u pub
lic nuisance, and that the proper authori
ties ho Instructed to take such step as
will ensure their speedy removal.
Alderman Nellls otlered the following
resolution, which was adopted by the
following vote :
Ayes Hnlliday, Lancaster, Nellls,
Parker, Patler, Itlttcnhotise, and Wright
Nnys T 1 1 Is 1 1 own od 1 .
liesohed, That the chairman ot tho
Street Committee Is hereby iiuthorl.ed
nud Instructed to visit thu gravel pits mid
itsccrtuln (at the expenso ot the city) what
good gravel can ho procured for, and re
port at the next meeting,
Alderman Halliday oflcrpd the follow
ing resolution, which was adopted by
tho lollowlug vote :
Ayes-Unllldny, Lancaster, Nellls,
NO HUMBUG- 9
The Original (kp Stars
142 Commeroial Avt.
SELLING OFF AT COST!
Tho Entire Stock of Ladles' and Gent's Furnishing Goods, Em
broideries and Parasols, will be Sold at Cost. Must be sold
within the next sixty days. Now
This is no Advertising Dodge.
rarker, I'aticr. Hltteiihoiise, Thistle
wood and Wright S.
litsohfil. That tho Cltv Attorncv he
Instructed to prepare nud submit to tills
Council, for approval and adoption, at
Its next rcguhr meeting, n petition to the
Honorable Circuit Court lor the South
ern District of Illinois, setting forth In
full tho condition of tho Cairo & Vlncen
nes railroad track, on Obtumcrcial ave
nue, nud wherein the maintaining ot said
track In such n condition Is n violation of
the grant of right of way to said railroad
company by the clty.ns well also its n
violation of the general ordinances reg
ulating the taxation and ttsu of railroad
tracks w ithin the city limits; nnd that the
track, hi its present condition, deprives
the city of the ue ot a portion of one
id Its Diinelnal trcets. and nniv-
iiiir said Honorable Court to Instruct
its servants, thu receivers ol said railroad
to proceed at onco to put said track hi the
condition required ami contemplated oy
On motion of Alderman Wright, coun
Wm. Fiikncii Axi.nr, City Clerk.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Faducah.
' City Chester, .Memphis.
" J. U. Parker, .Memphis.
" City Helena, Vlcksburg.
Tow -boat Thos. W. Means, St. I.otil.
" John .Means, fronton.
11 .Vail City, Wheeling.
Steamer Jim Flsk, radttcali.'
41 City Chester, St. I.ouls.
" J. D. Parker. Cincinnati.
" City Helena, St. I.ouls.
Tow-boat Thos. W. Means, Ironton.
" John Means, St. T.ottls.
" Nail City, St. Louis.
' Chas. Ilrown, St. I.ouls.
Arkansas llelle, KvansvUlu; 11. C
Tacjrer, Capttol City, Future City and
barges, St. Louts; Thos. Shlrloek, Cons,
Millar, Cincinnati ;Ifobt. .Mitchel, Orand
IttVKIt A.M WK.VTHKIl.
The river lat evening .vas 27 feet on
the irnii":e, bavin" risen 0 :w Inches du
ring tlie past 21 hours. A heavy
rain fell here yesterday, and
vcrv heavy storms passed both
north and south of the city. Day
before ycstenlay a heavy wind and rain
storm passed over Charleston nnd llel
mout, in Missouri, and felled timber nud
corn badly. A freshet Is reported In
Green river, doing considerable damage
along that stream. About 4000 bushels
of coal was lostatSpottsvIllo on Thurs
day. Tho rivers are swelling nt St
Louis, Pittsburg and from Kvansvllle
out, but falling at Cincinnati, Louisville
The Thomas W. Menus had three
barges of Iron ore lor the Ohio.
Tho John Means had two barges of
nails, Iron, salt, cement Ac., for St. Louis.
Tim City of Chester brmnjht 100 bales
cotton for tho Kasf, bits potatoes and
ipples for Chicago.
Captain Jas. A. Vlall, general agent
ol the St. llernnrd coal company nt Pa-
liicah, was lu the city yesterday nnd re
turned home on the Fisk.
The James I). Parker had n good
trip of freight anil people all for tho
Ohio, having added considerable freight
and a number of passengers here. Tito
Parker worked 18 hours on the
Hello of Shrcveport and suc
ceeded lit getting her itiloat after re
moving about .100 tons of freight. Capt.
Wise, of the Parker, says that Capt. Ilea,
of the llelle Shrcveport, deserves n medal
from tho Underwriters for the excellent
manner in which ho managed to protect
their Interests while his boat was lu the
greate-t peril. She wns drawing 0 feet
and rati out on a gravel bar, on
which there was but four feet of water
whilo at her stem there was 10 feet, and
she was badly listed. In this position,
she, of course, took water freely, but
Capt. Hen and Ids men worked so faith
fully that (hero was but (I Inches water
In the hold at tiny one time.
Tho Cincinnati Commercial eitys : Col.
Win. K. Merrill tells Cnpt. Ford the
obstructions at Haccoon, Straight llllllu,
(ireeiio bottom, quick's run ami iirusn
creek will bo removed next year by JV;
dredge boat fleet. This was naked, fr
petition by leading captains "l0,s 0,1
-Shrevenovt 'I'mics, Juno 10.-I"tw
bint on tlmlove.-ysterday It was about
as hot as the ""'nt "
'lVvns attvet ""'l ''cymbal headed iwo
i,lo wliA Lntiiw lutholr feet Jumped about
Ike a Pl' tall on a hot gridiron. It was
oo hot tor work but that made very
llttlu dltlerence, as there was no work to
do. The boys sort of got the weather
-St. LouWlepubl!can2(J: Cupt. Con
rad is euthuslastlo on tho Paducah xrravol
question. Ho now has two bouts nnd
several barges employed In tratwporuug
the gmvcUo tlUspoit' Tn OwnsU
OF BUS NE
is the time to obtain bargains.
Bring your money and gtt
late of the Paragon and Exporter tow
finally coiiscntvtl. "Harkiswas wHllii,"
nnd tne hero nnd Cosiblanca of tho New
Orleans conflagration ha Joined bands to
a Miss Jennie Flnley of Pittsburg. May
they live long nnd prosper.
Kvansvllle Courier, Juno 33rd. :
Captains Charley Woodbury and Alex.
V. F.lllott, of Cincinnati, havo purchased
nt Nashvillo tho ruinous Arch 1. Green
for the White river trade. She Is now en
route for Cincinnati for repairs, and to
have n larger cabin built The Spotts
villo wns on hand as usual yesterday on
her Green river runs Tho Barnard
and tow of two model barges, loaded
with miscellaneous freight at St.
Louis passed down nt 8:30 n. m
New Orleans Times, Juno 34th :
Tho City of Oulncy, Cant. .1. West
Jacobs, Clerks J. It. and W, 11. Pcnlston,
arrived in yesterday with 8.045 packages
of Western produce. She also discharged
a ucavy way list. uo is receiving on mo
upper levee to leave on Saturday the 26th
nt a p. m., for Memphis, Cnlro, St. Louis
ana m. I'aul. .She lias good nccommoaa
tions and her olllcers arc polite and atten
tive gentlemen Charles Morgnn. of
New Orleans. Is building a 2,ouo ton iron
stonnicr tor the ew ork and Texas
trade, and she will bo
named the Albert Stein
The Robert Mitchell, for Cincinnati last
evening, had about 400 tons freight, prin
cipally cotton lies nnu cotton scea on.
.fso had 40 cabin and oO deck passen-
Will tlxrAKTXEJfT. KlVKB lUrouT,
STATIONS. LOW WATER. " "
IT, W. FT. lf.
I'lttuburK 2 iT 3
Cincinnati 13 2 1
l-oulavllle 7 0 1
St. Louts . 23 10 1
Chrnper Tfean Tin.
Just reserved by the New York Store,
Vi gross of assorted Glass Fruit Jars, which
we nhall oiler at 00 cents per dozen. This
makes glass Jars lower than tin cans. Lib
eral discount to tho trade.
Charles O. Patixr & Co.
-7Vie celebrated Schlils MILWAU
KEE BEER at JaecHeVs.
For Male Cheap.
Tho cntlro outllt of tho Grand Central
Hotel, with a tiro years' lease, and on reas
onable terms. For particulars, apply to
77-0-22.tr. Wm. Wktzkl.
PILSENEU at Louis Herbert's.
Obstacles to Marriage.
nappy relief for young men from the ef.
focts of errors and abuses in early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
riage removed. New method ot treatment.
New and remarkable remedies. Books
and circulars sent free, tn sealed envelopes.
Address, HOWAltD ASSOCIATION, 419
J. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Fa. an insti
tution having a high reputation for honor
atle conduct nnd professional skill.
fader Uieamplces of
Asulcn Lodge Snigtti of fyliu,
Monday, July 5th.
The Magnificent Excursion Steamer
It.W. Dcciak . MaiUr.
w III tako out a irruml picnic party onthe&th
of.ltllv. Which Will be SO irranimt u tm lorinln.
nte In Moonlight Excursion. The excunlon
Is plitnnnl rxprrsily for the young Beopteof
the city, and Rood nmslo and everything neeu-
10 maxf tne occasion eiuoyaoie will De pro
HO! FOB THE WOODS!
Grand Picnic .
UTDUtX OB H 1575.
T. P. ECKERT,
For the Benefit of the
BIST Ui WL
The Kxcuralonwlll extend to 'V,u.chvj?l5
btautmdplcntogmund will he lectri f.bo J
cilwlonlt. where thow who dealree ;romp jolt
wood, mar enjoy thenwelTe until Um nMstra
of Uio boat . 1M puuuo are mnmuj