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i.n m n tr the trains on tl.o llellevlllc ros l. Dl
LT,I ei'ecoilnec.lnn ..II I m.He .I Pa-
and there "HI h. no change or oars om
I. c, jnu. The Irl3 leaving Ulro nl
V i. rn. w.it Me through sleeping cur form.
. ' m. .nation of shippers Is especially
. Vr I to ihef-t lhl a f riKI Expre-s train w ill
,,ve Cairo ihily, Saturday txpertrd, an.l will
,.l ih run from this c.iy to cmrsgo m ... .y.
JA9. JOHNSON, Agent.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM .SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. II.
r i-oi-K LoriM-iLLE, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, New Voiik, Boston,
POINTS KAKTA1M AVKST
rf tin train, drrire dt n.l IraieCsIro fol
,t :ii3iim i''1,",'
li-lli IrAln. conneet at Onlrnli ill' Tain on Ino
l'ana, Derstnr. Illnnminuirn, El l'o, Li Unlle,
nil poinis in inm.i-,
lDn"0M. ionnstn and
Iowa. An.l with
. Lines running Ft and Weft for
Si Lou Hprngfiolil, Louisville,
Cincinnati. Inbanapohs, Columbus.
And t Clilrago with Michigan Central, Michigan
hou.nern, n,i i-m-nurK, "ii "njnr
an.) Chicago K.illro,d lor
Detroit, Cleielsnd, Dunkirk.
Albany, lloiton, Phllmlolplila,
Magna Full', Erie, IliitUlo,
New York, Piltilxirg. linltltiiore,
AND AMi POINTS EAST.
For through tickets and Information, apply to
Illinois Ontrl Ilailroad Depot.
W. P. JOJINHO.V,
Cf nf nl Tft'denRfr Agent, CIiIck0'
J. JOIIXSOS. Agf nt. Cairo.
MOI'ND CITY AND CAIRO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
, Capt. William II. Sakhlvkv.
FOUK TRIPS EVERY DAY
CAIRO Ji-TSTID MD. CIO?
fOT r IK.11T11 f miiT.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 r.M.
t 5 r.M.
Lkave Mi. Citv,
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 a.m.
At 'J.30 p.m.
At C.30 p.m.
VI U. LAND. AVIIEN HAILED,
tactouv, iiawk'k lanhixii, ky.
KOUTU or CACHE, MAU1NK WAY.,
AND NAVY YAl(I).
CAIKO an-d NASHVILLE VACKETS
Tho lolloiflng packct lcap Cairo
in eh' daj 9 nnd nt llio hourd below.namrrl r
Everr 3Iontliy nt C p.m. ;
ETory Thursday nt U p.tn.;
Every Saturday nt C p.m.
For Frlsht or Pasnge apply on board, or to
UIGGS & MALLOKY,
lanifiltfl 7J OHIO I.EVCE.
CAIRO AND I'ADUCAII
- - ! . The Ueautlful nnd llsM-drangm.
JAMKS FISK, .lit.,
Pok.iv tMii.tn, -Mnter,
LEAVES CAIRO DAILY,
at I O'cl.orK, r.M. ;
LEAVES PADUCAll DAILY,
AT 0 o'clock, a.m.
"fl'llavtni! dnperior nceommoiUtion hii o
" h public palionaK.
mri'artlcular Rltinllon In pvd to eo wlion ol
it iiioi. iaru.rKd imh in' mim win imi iw ri'iii'
I hi for tlin same unlit iwllwti.il.
If. S. MUHHAY,
J AS AND STEAM 1?1TTER
HAS IlKMOVKD FROM FKIlllY IIOl'hK
UKICK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST
OITOSITK WIKTKU'8 IILUCK,
CAIIIO, II.L1.N JH
11 1: has Rreitly lmproed ln lock, nml lm
nuw on hand hII kimlf of
KII AIIK, KTC.
JiK HAS MARKED DOWN TRICES
o the lowrat living figurfu, an.l he Invited the
patronugoor tnv piii.uc.
THK PEOPLE'S .MEAT .MARKET
CHAN. GAYiai A CO.,
VF.P.I' connUiitly on hand the lst of tef,
Frtkh mhito lard 111 any uuantlly, corned
, rirUr )'rciiiipilyfio nnd aati.faction Karran.
lltitcher nml Drulrr In nil KI111U 1'rcsli
Coaxtt .SixtrtkTU ami I'uvus tiimrr.
Ql'VB and lHRliUri only the very Uit rattle,
O Iiiiji aud h ep, and U preparnl to (111 huy
d 11 ml fur frt.li nif.l. from one pound to u-u
I'uiuuind 1'iunda. !fc!Hitf
I O It NAI.I:
Th Illinois Central lull Iload Company now
onVrtur lo Ihe followlnif decrlWd Iota in l'irat
Addltlou to Ihe Cliy of Caiio, vu .
Ui V7 Uock 20. Lot 1 Uock K.
" U " SO.i " !tl " W
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4 m, ' ai ' ;
For Wrma.tK., apply to JAH1J1 JOHNSON,
Nortli, Tlirougn V:0i)n.iu. 2.00 p.m
" War 91 m p.m. 11 :) n.m
fiOlllil, Wr I2.IS p.lll..lliO')p.tr
" Throlish W.i JlPlil-
pliMninl Osliimmd ... J:;nipni, .l oon.in
Oliio iiirr reiito, M t
Moh Hy) A.nop.m, n.cop.m
Iron Monntnin II. II 5.10a.m. ll.oup.m
!(i. Itucr rolito, Tuodilni
unit FrlJnr O-.m i..m. 7:ip.m
Tlicl'Cd, lioo.c Inlaml ,t Sun 1 11
IV. UN , Tliiit'iN' A I'll-
,Liy ! IMOp.m. 7:fin.m
JlnjfliM, ll'Hn.lril.n n'lil
I.oicln 0, KJ- ll.tiOn.m. l.liOp.m
orrici: iiui i..
Oonornl Dolivry Ti.".0i in.
Mohry OnNr npnilmrnt HM n.m. CM)
!ifRitrr ' " " " n.im n.m. tM) p.m
Money Older and HcjUnr dciinrtmcuN not
opun 011 Sundays.
CahioIOihmamiiiit, No. 1.1. Slnlcd Asdi'inMy
nt llio Ad) turn Madonl) l'nll, first nnd third
tirdavd Inenoh month.
Caiiio Cot-.Ncii., No. Ul, llegnlnr Convocntion nt
MaioiiIc Ilntl.lhe decond t-rldny inench month.
t'lino Cnti'Trii, No. 71. Urgiilnr? Convocation
nl Jtadonlc Hull, on tlie third Tueily of every
Paiiio Iinor, No. 237 F. A A. M Iteirulnr Com.
minilcntion'nt Jladonlo llnll, tho econd nnd
fourth Mondays ol each month.
Dsi.ta I)iar, No. tM V. 1 A. M. Kegnlnr Com-
munlcalion nt Madonlc Hall flrst nnd third
Thursdays In each month.
Atr.xAMr.n Ionor, 221. Jleets la Odd Fellow's
lldll, In Arter's llnildltiK, every Thursday, even.
Inf, nt 8o'clok.
Pii1iIIs1hI cvry iiuiriilii, .tloiiiluy ox-
Mayor Lnnsdon is out of town.
Hon. S. S. Marshall Is in tho city.
Circuit court convenes Mondny.
Plums nice sixty cents per gnllon.
Oscnr Turner, of Ihllurd, wns in town
Scvcrnl new ordinnnccs nro imblislicd
in tills issue of The Bulletin'.
A woninn nntned Jones is lvinir ditn-
gerously ill in tlie city Jail.
Tho commencement cxcrciics of tho
Lorctto Acmlomy wcro hold yestordny af
ternoon. Do not forgot tho Basket Picnic, on
tho Kckcrt, Fourth of July. Tickets nro
D. I j., of tho .Viot lias been elected
chairmnn of tho board of directors of tho
Illinois press association.
Tho board of school directors voted
ono hundred dollars to defray tho funeral
expenses of tho Into Mr. English.
Tho draymen will form in procession
on election day Monday next nnd ride
in a body to tho pollf. A good idea.
The moonlight excursion "Wednesday
night, was, notwithstanding tho weather, a
success. Everybody on tho boat enjoyed
Mrs. Monsnrrat will rocoivo a few more
pupl'i for vocal nnd piano instruction. Or
der bift at II. A. Hiinnon's book Htoro will
rucuivu prompt attention.
Tlio splundid boqucts which decorated
tho tuUus at tho baptist fair last night
cairns from tho famcus gardens of Mrs,
AVortiiington, of Metropolis.
Tlio Germans of this city propose
holding 11 grand pcuco jubilee, at Wash
ington Hal), on llio, 1 Till of tho coming
month. Dctniis will uppmir horeafter.
Ordiuanco li t ought to bo amended
so us to iiinko tlio concurrence of tho mnv-
or with the city attorney necessary to a
lay ul" execution in tlio police couits.
The person who borrowed my electro
magnetic battory, will pleaso return it
without further delay, and obligo
jeUOd'.ll It. S. BiiioiiAM.
-Tlui election held last night for otn.
ccrs of Aloxandor l.odgo, 1. O. O. V., ro.
suited as follows : Cliarlin Slack, IS. u.;
.lolin II. Oborly, V.G.s V. M. Ktnek
flotli, Sijo'y.; O. M. Oiturloh, Treasurer.
.ludgu .Mulkey and Hon. II. W
Webb -will add their voices to thoso of
MeF&r. .M111111, Liuogitr and Wilton in
buhalfiif tho railroad interi-sls of Cairn,
on Saturday night next.
An iiUcn til wanted tutaku charge of
tlio rooms of tho llowu mwing mnchino
ngencj In this city. A I uly, recoinuiend
ed, Is prefi'm-d. Apply ut roonis over
Tlui keejier of a notud Cairo bagnio and
a rural young nuiu wcro " Kpllcod " last
night by onu of our inngislrates. "Ii our
civilization 11 failuro, niid h tho Cauciidlan
Cnpt. James Johnson will glvo twenty
dollars for tho conviction of tho scoundrel
who changnd tho railroad switch 011 tho
levee yeiterdav morning. Read his ndver
Mr. Hatiny was bit by a vicious dog
night befurti last. Tho wound inflicted was
sovoro, but not serious. .Mr. 11, has scouted
tho town for tho brute, to inflict on it sue!
chastisement as it diuurves, but tho search
so far, has boon fruitless.
-Tho nymphs, pecupying tlio ntahon
de joir, on tho corner of Fifth street and
Commercial avenue, wore engaged, about
midnight, night before lust, In oyo-goug
Inir and hair-nullint;, and awoko tho
neighborhood with their hideous shrieks.
Impounded hogs wore rescued from
their prison, yestarday, by their owner,
and escorted to a piaco of tnfo keeping.
Tho roving impulses of tlio swlno seem to
have been suppressed, in a great measure,
since, Meyers nnd Cain's raid on them
It smacks precisely of tho tactics of
antl-rallroud mun, to go among tho color-
ou people una circulato the story that by
ruling tor iiierallronils they vote to tux
themselves kn dollars every tlx moiuhs--thus
presuming tlittt colored nconlu know
as little of the real value of railroads us
Ex-Aldcrman Kennedy is tho owner
of u dog of raro judgment. Ho knows u
good thing when ho sees it, and for tho
pail two or thruo weeks has devoured Tin:
I Bulletin us quickly almost as tho carrier-
boy had thrown It over tho fence. An
animal exhibiting so much sngnclty should
bj caged nt oneo lio Is altogether loo val
uable to bavo " lying nrouiui looso.
Tho " Widows' Bloqk," on Ohio lovee
near the comer of Sixth street, Is rapidly
approaching completion. Tlio ugliest gup
on tho levee is thus closed up, and If our
friend Myers could only bo Induced to
complete tho block by tearing down his
woodon structuro nnd erecting a brick In
stond, tho nppenranco of the loveo there
abouts would bo greatly Improved.
Jack Hodges' blatant hostility to both
tho railroads is a tribute to Intelligence
nnd a vindication of llio notion of tho peo
plo of Cairo in rejecting ills claims for tlio
hist ofllco lie nspircd to. Ho Is ono of n
class of men who nro sullering in thcij'
last expiring official kicks, and who vent
their spleen upon ovory thing nnd every
body good, bad nnd indifferent.
"Will tlio street committee coticentrnto
theirjvision and then cast n glance at tho.
corner of Sixth street and Wnshlngton
nvenuo. In tho sidowalk there, Is a hole
quite largo onotigh to contnin tho persons
of tho entire committee. It is dangerous
indeed, nnd should bo repaired before it
obstructs passago on tho sidowalk alto
That structure, situated on tho cornor
of Twenty-fourth nnd Poplar streets, eu
phoniously named "IloIo-ln-tho-Wnll",
wns closed by chief Myers, "Wednesday
last, nided by n quantity less than a keg of
nail nnd a largo ha miner. Tho occupants,
illt their luggage, wcro gently carried
out nnd ns gently laid down upon tho
Tho toublcs in Paris have nt last sub
sided, nnd IVm, Ehlcrs has recoived a
lnrgo involco of "Jodnt" nnd "Mcrclar"
French calf skins two of tho best brands
made, which ho is ready nnd willing to
mnnufneturo into boots nnd shoes, for any
nnd nil persons who aro willing to pny tho
highest cash prices. Ills shop ia on 20th
strcot,'opposito tho oourt houso hotel.
Mr. Gnmblo somctimo since, ndver
tised for ten bnptists, to workinhis wagon
manufactory in this city. Ho received re
sponses from flftcon, nil of whom will set
tle hero with thoir families. Fivo of tho
number will engngo in tho manufacture
of furniture, using steam power furnished
by Mr. Gamblo. in doing this, Mr. G.
has accomplished three good results, viz:
Securing for Cairo tho services of fifteen
good mechanics, for the baptist church a
largo addition in membership, nnd for tlio
good work of futuro salvation, tho nctivo
efforts of nil men, women nnd children.
Tho barber shop of Gus Hime, on Sov
cnth ptrcct, between Commercial avenuo
nnd Ohio lovee, lina become a place of
popular resort, visited by all persons who
know how to appreciate v close and de
licious shave. Gus is a master in his pro
tession, and employs only tho most skill
ful of workmen. His razors aro always in
ordor, his towels faultlessly clean and his
shop tho neatest and most comfortablo in
tho city. Glvo Gus a call, and experience
his skillful manipulations of your board
and you will know what tlio pleasures of
a flrst-clnss shavo arc.
"Wo mado diligent inquiry ns to tho
nnmo of tho individual who was roportcd
to havo fallen oil tho transfer wharfboat,
"Wednesday night, but could not ascortain
it. Wo unw many who saw n man "that
saw another man that saw a man that saw
him go overboard," but our efforts failed
to ilnd tho "overboard" authority, nnd wo
now believe it was a weak invention of our
enemies to induce on our part, in mid-day,
under a scorching sun, a walk down by
tho riyor bank, which is anything but
pleasant oven in tho lovllcst weather.
"William Alba s barber shop is grow
ing in public favor every day. It is neatly
lilted up, and can boast of tho most skill
full workmen in tho city. Tho proprieto
hashad manv years' experlonco In his bus
iness nnd Is recognized as one ot tlio most
uxport shavers In Southern Illinois, wlulo
young Alba Is a master In Ills prolcssion
Citizens and strangors who wish a pain.
lets shave, a luxurious champooing, or
their hulr cut in tho latest stylo should
patronize Alba. Ills shop is on "Washing'
ton avonuu next dour to Hannon's news
Tin: ilui.i.Ki'i.v, on Sunday morning
next, u'ill contain tho full report cf tho as.
i-ociatcil press. It Is now over two years
since press dispatches wcro published in
Cairo, and tlio length of their publication
nt present will dopend entirely upon tlio
liberality of tho business community. Tho
dNpatches will embrace full market re
ports, which fact alono will savo merchants
much time, trouble and monoy. "With tho
dispatches Tin: Hl'l.Lt'.TiK expects to tako
flrtt.rank among tliodallios of the state, and
will bu tho best general newspaper pub
lished in any city in the United States not
larger tbAn Cairo.
Our beaux and holies as well us oth
er of a muru sober ago, but of no less
elastic limb aro profoundly agitated over
thu approaching "assembly" to bo given
to-night, under tho auspices of the officers
of the iiiival station, at Mound Citv. Cairo
will bo roll represented thcro in beauty,
in intelligence and In dross. Tho tug Cacho
will loavoat a quarter before eight o'clock
to convoy tho Cairo delegation thithor.
Our young monsieur Mantilinls nro "puf
feckly" delighted over tho anticipated en
joyment, white tho dear little Flora
.Mcl limsuys nro in tctasles of bliss tlio
chnrmlng "creatawsl" as Fwcdcrwlck
Adolphus, would einlaiin.
Llko Shukwpcaro's " flap-mouthed
mourner, black and grim," tho antl-rall-
road fossils of thu rural districts of tho
county, aro flung into paroxysms of terror
nt tho bnro thought of tho success of tho
aflirmntivo propositions in the railroad
election 011 .Monday next. A Dorroboola-
ghu, mysteriously lauded in tho amidst of
band of healhonti would create no moro
consternation than would 11 rny of progross
or n flash of enterprise shot atliwurt tlio
darkness of thatjrural mind which rostsse-
curu and content in log cabins and ini-
piiasublu roads; tho same mind wnich vluws
a steamboat as a bitno innovation upen
Noah's Ark, or clean, wull-Ilttlng gurmonU
us a fraud upon tho primitive simplicity
which distinguished our common'uuccttor
Adam in hU nppurcl.
DAILY BtlliffilN, 'IDAY', 'jtfiltJ 30, 1871.
Tho haptcst fair last night wns attend-
cu oy a inrgo company pfvltzfns. By
tho klndncss-frf 'thhWpMnto'of'Tallrond
ngcru.., nr. Jan.es .Johnson, nst,mal tra 11
wjs run 1,1 ai.d'frorn ' tlio fair for Ihe ac
Linwiiouimon 01 tlio IHIbllc. Tho largo
rooms in Uiolaccond stUry ibf thnMutb'iind
spoku factory building wcro lasofully doc-
oraieu oj-ift J.uociJiUVIng) tftf0
fair, and tho tables wore burdened with
uoquei;, uiikcs anu nil tho tooth
edibles N.o7 ,thd fcason.
w,(gon, duimteitVIO M. A
w,(s sold u.nniiabyi
i-iinups laf"'- a. oarrci or
hncd by.MvGalij4h Ittynehl
cakes, "donated byljtatlrtilirtfii Id
twb by tho'jiimes Flak, Jr.,""onja (
Illinois, tinu-"iurfiytiiiLB AKlllO Aleil
brduglit hiimlsouift pfliesil v-4-It
Is evident thutLord Ullin's
and tho young man accompanying her
1 a very Mhrliiy ttyhi'yr It Ih'.thoirpie-'
ted voy ago across tlio ferry, although
havo novur luiiltlielr yidcncctjOi'8up-
port it; but if it was near as lively ns tho
Int trip o'er our ferry, mado on tho ovon
Ing of tlio day of tlio tobacco fair, then wo
can sco why thoy nevor desired to return
to tell about It, ns 101110 malicious bachelor
critics nssert. Tho Ballard county boys
on tho vojngo AVcdnoidny night mado
things "sing',' ns thoy cull it. From n small
scrimmage, started Just ns tho bont backed
out, it grow into immonso proportions nnd
nvolvcd in n frco light ovorybody on tho
boat. Tlio soil of Dullard county, however
when touched by tho belligerents, soothed
their nngry pnsslons nnd brought penco
and mutual forgiveness.
Ellen Johnson, n lady of color a
cousin, wo believe, of Senator Rovols of
Mississippi has been pursuing n quiet
lifo in our city for eovcral months past.
Sho lias, in that time, becomo very pro
ficient In music, particularly in vocal mu
sic; and, it has been prophisicd, that she
might become a musician of moro tlinn or
dinary ability. But her lovo of vocal mu
sic resulted in her downfall. She could
not restrain herself; nnd when her rival,
Jane Jones, provoked her, sho began to
curse her nlcng tho wholo gamut. Tenor,
baritone, bass, soprano, contralto nnd mez
zo-soprano oaths flew from her tonguo liko
sparks from n blacksmith's anvil. Sho
went it with a hearty good will, and com
pelled tho applauso of every person who
heard her. Meyers licnrd her gentlo
voice, nnd cruelly nrrcsted her ; nnd then
Bross fined her $5 and costs. "What will
Hovels do 7
Our friend Alba has just had piuccd
in his noat barber shop, a screen, upon
which is a representation of n modern har
bor, life-size, plying his vocation. "Wo
gazed on it for somctimo in doubt, as to
tlio stylo and manner of tho painting. At
first wo loaned to thu opinion from n closo
study of Murk Twain's art criticism, that
tho work was after Rembrandt, but
viewing it still further, and recalling
to mind 11 lecture on wax
figures by the lamcnlo A.
"Ward, wo camo to tho conclusion thnt it
was moro after that is to say a longer
way after tho subllmo Ideals of Mr.
Michael Angclo. However, wo nro not
nt all settled in this opinion ; nnd if nny
ono can convince us on good authority
Buskin, lor instance thnt it is not nfter
tho mnnncr long or short of cither tho
abovo named artists, wo shall gracefully
succumb. But thoro Is ono thing wo will
maintain; nnd that is, if tlio loft arm of
the standing tiguro in the painting is based
uiion sound knowledgo of anatomy then
nro thu arms wo havo met with in lifo moro
nondescript, and tho socnor they aro re
modeled tho better.
It seems to bo the disposition of many
towns in Southorn Illinois to glvo tho
omperanco "turn" to tho coming Fourth
of July. To this, ovory good man, not
ing tho alarming spread of intemperance,
will utter a hearty amen. " For, of all tho
evils which can beset a frcopcjple, this Is,"
In tho langungo of tho eloquent Gough,
"tho greatest." Tho motives which in
spired theso roformcrs to tako advantage
of tho national holiday for tlio furtherance
of their cause, aro mado oininontly prnc-
tical by their selection of orators. Cairo
has been called on to contribute four
speakers and ono "frightful oxnmplo."
-Mr. Phil. Howard, who can snatch n torn-
peratico speech bald-headed and lay
Gough's apostrophe to water in tho coldest
6hade, lias been urged to go to Carbon
dalo; 'while Pat, Fitzgorald, " from hi
known intimacy with Gorritt Smith, tho
Rav. Dr. Blanchard and Airs. Myra Brnd-
woll, has been invited by Brothor Moody,
of Chicago, to address tho young men s
christian association on tho subject. Jim
Biggs would go to Centralia nnd blow his
trumpol of reform, but Cairo cannot dis
pense with his services on tho glorious
Fourth. As it was decided that tho best
man should linvo tho "frightful example,"
Mr. James Clonau has taken without dis
pute, "Bill Leo," whom ho will exhibit at
Paducr.li and uso as an illustration to tho
besotted donizons of thnt whisky-afllictcd
bug, of what guzzling can do for human-
Howe'h Skwi.vci Machine. Having
leased tlio cornor room of the Atlicnteura
building, I shall expect to bo ublo to kcop
on hand 11 good assortment of machines.
Parties desirous of gottiug machines would
do well to call und sco what ours will do
boforo buying. 31acliir.es sold on monthly
installmonts, and old ones taken it their
valiio in oxchnngc. All machines war
ranted fivo years. To produce tho sew
ing machino was tho study of Klins Howe.
jr., twonty-llvo yours ago. Ho gavo to
the world tho first sowing machino ever
invented. "Wo now oiler his last produc
tion. Call nnd sco us on Commercial nv-
onuc, comer room of tho Athomeum build
ing. J . C. Hayh, Agent for Company.
TWI'NTV DOLLAUS ItEW.Uil). I Will
pay a Toward of twenty dollars for in
formation that will lead to tho nrrcst nnd
conviction of tho porson or persons who
changed tho switch this morning on Ohio
loveo, In front of Olnrk's block, thereby
throwing 11 train otf tlio track.
James Joiinbon, Agent.
Cairo. Juno 20, 1871. j30-3t.
Fok Sale. A gcol open buggy. Ap
ply to James Joukbqn, Stono Depot.
ROUGH AND tt-EAPY FJRK COMPANY,
THE rtlOrOSKD FOIfllTH OK JULY PICNIC
THE PLACE THE 1'JlOOnAMME NAMES
I0F THE COMMITTEEMEN, ETC.
iTJto Bough mnT Ready flr,o tympany nrpi
making cxtcnsivo arrangements to cole
briilo the Fourth of July in 'nn appropri
nils manner. They Jmvoi. dtluTmlncd to
have a grand picnic on the Kontuoky
shbro opposite GallghoriS .mill, nnd to in
vllo tho public to participate in tho foUlv
Hits. (Tlrp,iHrivtb;1fli!h ttniftkll
patriotism indulged in, but thoro will bo
edibles of tho sonson will bo procured, ro
Unit tho hnngry.QAyyfeftVi''loiie'who nro
dry will bo supplied with tho whorowitlinl
4 hMrVi'VH'.oMi.tbiTTtf,!' grille band
hlrbditd .cotivoVolHiiens. "nhd fromltho
l .Ti'.l-l'i ' ",!ll, i,,!,t ' l(i 1
picinc grejiuur nun, twin-, .eocimenco run
'MWiyrtusie. Mf rioSC W Kb" flfg' hr
urury-uwu hiiiih, anuuiiji i-ntrwni-TnTiTTUlllum' arranged for offices
bo handsomely deQwvUQdi.niiitrtho boiler
deck bo covorod with canvass for tho ac
commodation nnd comfort of ladles nnd
Tickets 60 cents.
After tho pic-n!c, commencing nt 0
o'clock p.m., thoro will bo n grand bnll in
dulged in at School's hall, and n magnifi
cent display of lira works bo mado.
Tickets to tho ball, for gentleman nnd
Indies, CO cents.
Tho colcbrntion will bo conductod under
tho direction ot tho following committees:
Oi Arrangtmenit Joseph Mendel, A.
Marx, F. 'Whitcamp, F. Strautz, nnd II.
On loaf-Sam. "Walters, Peter Ehs,
Christ. Orth, M. Sllvorborg, Jos. M. Vir
run Joseph B. Taylor, J. H. Mctcnlf, "W.
0;i .Bar James Swnyno nnd Herman
Moyor, cashiers ; Josoph Mendel, Robert
Bribnch, F. Swoboda, R. Zimmormnn, F.
AVittcnmp, Fred. Strautz.
Ice Cream SlandA. Marx nnd H, nix-
by, cashiers ; R. Hobsacker, Nilcs Swaync,
F. Docker, II. Hasenjnegej, F. Axley.
Moor Managers John Koohlcr and
THE EVEK-OLOItlOUH FOUUTII-(lltANI) PIC
NIC AT THE FLOHA OAIlDEN.
Tho Hibernian fire company, second to
no company in tho city in efficiency, havo
resolved to eclobrato tho coming Fourth
by n picnic nt Flora Garden, nnd nppcal to
tho cilizens for that patronago to which
their labors for tho public good has entitled
them. Thoy havo procured tho services
of tho silver cornet band, nnd will open
tho festivities by marching, headed by tho
band, through the principal streets of tho
city. Arriving at tho garden tho declara
tion of independence will bo read bv
M. B. Harrell nnd nn oration delivered by
n gentleman whoso name will hereafter bo
announced. Tables will lo prepared for
the hungry, mild drinks furnished to those
who aro dry, nnd nn opportunity to danco
given to those who affect that nmuscmcnt.
No improper characters will bo admitted
and tho best of order will bo preserved.
Thoso who attend this picnic will enjoy a
pleasant day and bo in no danger by cither
field or flood. Tickets, 50 cents. ,
The committco of arrangements is com
posed tho following gentlemen: "William
McIIalo, James Kennedy, James H. Eng
lish nnd John Hognn.
Notice. Hercaftor nnd during tho re
mainder of tho hot sasison tbo meat short
of Cairo, will not, as heretofore, be oponed
for tho sale of cut meats on Saturday even
ing, but will open as usual on Sunday
morning and hold regular markets until
9 o'clock a.m. jo30-3t.
St. Nicholah. Day boardors can se
curo good accommodations at tlie St. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) at $4 per
week. Tho house is at tho comer of Ohio
loveo und Eighth street, 11 central location,
and is propriotorcd by Hany Walker,
who is ailvo to tho wants of his patrons
Parties desiring boarding nnd lodging can
learn terms on inquiry' at tlio office.
Meat. Tho brunch meat shop of James
Kynaston, located on Commercial avenue,
next door to tlio grocery store of James
Carroll, is now in full blust, and this pop
ular butcher is supplying all tho rollned
meat oators of that portion of tho Fourth
"Ward with splendid meat. If you hnvo
not tried him givo him a call. tf
Fuuit Foil Sale. Tho undersigned of
fers for enlo, in tho orchard, in Pulaski
county, nino miles from Cairo, n largo
amount of choice fruit, consisting of
peaches, pears, apples, quinces etc. This
fruit can bo bought nt n great bargain, if
applied for soon. Enquiro of
I. S. Hawkinj,
jun2ld2w U.S. Custom Houso,CaIro.
One Hundked anu Fifty Tiiouhand
Tho nrray of Charter Oak Stoves now
in nctivo Horvico in tlio kitchens of tho
south and west is over ono hundred and
fifty thousand strong, and doing tho work
of thrico that numbor of stoves of other
Fou Sale. Tho storo-houso on tho cor
ner of Tonth and AVnlnut streets, nnd also
tho stock of groceries therein, nro offered
for salo together or scparntcly. Also, a
good buggy nnd harness will bo sold on
privato terms. Apply for particulars on
tho promises. BEN. F. ECHOLS.
CANS I CANS 1 1 CANS!! I
Fivo hundred dozen No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS AT THE NEW-YORK STOKF, nt $1.00
per dozen. Largest whulcsulo nnd retail
stock in tlio city.
GltEKLY & PAItTEE.
ComktoStay. Robert Rcid lins per
manently established a coal yard nt Cot
tonwood Point, Mo., for tho purpose of
supplying steamboats with coal. Tows nt
all times, day or night.
jeStf 0. S. Hutch inhon, Agent.
Licenses I Notice. Parties whoso li
censes explro on tho first day of July nro
horoby notified to Tonow tho samo imme
diately. No notlco othor than this will
bo given to parttov Interested.
11. J. IlowLET, Olty Clerk.
GOOD NEWS FOR THE LADIES.
Mrs. J. Oumnilngs desires to Inform tho
ladles that sho is nbout to dlsposo of hor
spring nnd summer stock of goods at cost.
Her stock comprises a very fine selection
of' hut, bonnets, flowers, ribbons, etc., all
Of'whlcll WcrO ellliann ictll. ...... . All
- - T ...... 1 Ull,, UJU V. .11.
thp ladlos who w(int rci.snnabrc, tasteful
u y. MiJHii iroouiauoillll lint r.iil 1..
1 .11. i. 'i 1 . . . .
i3ffi-rIWMMliligjijlissliu Intends to put
JNiivguoftl'int thfl very lowest eush
co. In ordor ludisposuof Ihcin as nnlck-
Miblo. Great ImrL'ain can bo
J.f M tlM,trpMuy days.
Uiiiouiu.hoUiforo occupied bv Put.
LiFHfcgcriUdJ'Vil Ohio Loveo between
irth und Sixth streets. This home. If
Wflikf'T ,fr"..l"n-ss houso Is certainly
of tho,biMlitands in Cairo. It fronts
principal steamboat landing and is
rtho Illinois Central railroad depot.
11 tojJhtflJoor of llio same building
r at Robort' Smyth & Co's. wholesale
grocery "storo: tf
City Maiisiial'h Notice. Notlco is
horoby given thnt on nnd nfter this dnto
tho ordinances providing for tho impound
ing 01 hogs, horses, mules nnd other ani
mals found running nt largo contrary lo
tho provisions of said ordinances, will bo
rigorously enforced, tho necessary pounds
for tho purposo having been erected. Pur
tics interested will tako notlco nnd govern
themselves nccordingly. A. Cain,
Juno 27, 1871. 271'2 City Mnrshul.
Gp.eat Excitement. Tho city has
been ngitalcd during tho past week on tlio
subject of tho oxccllnl St. Louis Boer,
"Weiss Beer, Rhino Wino, and splendid
cigars for salo at Charley Schoiiemeyer's
saloon. His Weiss Beer is becoming n
popular drink his Rhino "Wino is the
best in tho city, his St. Louis Beer
always ico cool. Tho Egyptian Saloon is
located at tho corner of Tenth street and
"Wnshincton avenuo. where all lovers of
good things to drink should call.
Ir you desire a mild, pleasant, safe nnd
agrecnblo cathartic, which will causo
neither nausea or griping pains, uso na
ture's remedy, Helmiiolij'h Gkafe Pills.
Thoy aro puroly vcgetablo ; their compo
nent parts being catnwba, grapo Juice nnd
fluid extract rhubarb. Should you desiro
a brilliant complexion, youthful appear
ance, new life, new (rcsh blood and rc-
nowed vigor, 1110 II elm hold's Exthact
Keliable and Safe. Dr. Henry's
Root and Plant Pills aro mild and pleaso
ant in their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Being en
tirely vegetable, they can bo taken with
out regard tJ- diet or business. Thoy
nrouso tho liver and secretive organs into
healthy action, throwing otr discaso with
out exhausting or debilitating tlie system
Try them and you will bu satisfied
Prlco'JS cents a box. Sold by druggists
nnd dculors in medicine everywhere.
Prepared by the Grufton Medicine Co., St
Liouis, jio. myyjm
Economy. By using Mrs. Whitcomb's
Syruo for children, mnny n doctor's bill
can bo saved, and much suffering averted.
Read tlio ndvertlsomcnt in another col
Aveiit the Evil. If mothers would
glvo Mrs. "Whitcomb's Syrup to their chil
dren when sick, mortality would bo less
among them. It only costs 25 cents.
Makriaue Guide. Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Price
GO cents. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis,
Mo. .Sea Advertisement.
Read tho advertisement in anotner col
umn of the enterprise in aid of it public
library at Omaha. Being legal and con
ducted legally nnd opjnly is a si)ro guar
antee of fuirncHS. jo27d&wlw.
Kindling. GOO " glass boxes " for sale
nt 6 cents each. "W. "W. Thounton.
ORXIXAXOE NO. 117.
An Ordinance to reulnte Iho duties of Ike Clilif
01 rouconnu roucv tonsiauici,
Bolt ordained by the City Council of tho City of
Bictioh 1. That tho Chief of Police thai! not ox
dar policeman, nnd nlia'1 havo Kcnernl clnrn ol
Ihe Police lorcn of tno city, (excepting the City
Marshal,) and, nadir tho general oirevllon of Ihe
Mayor, dtiall superintend nnu control tlio onnra
tlonsol the suvernl pollen coimtaMcs wlnln on
duty. The other police constables n w Author
ized by ordinance thall do duty as night watch
men. Kac. 2. All ordinances or parts of ordinances
iDconiuci noicwiiii nro ncreoy ropeaien
JOHN SI. l:
Annrovcd. Juno2'Jth. 1871.
Allest; M. J. U0wl.1v, CI I) Cl'k
OltMNAiVCE NO. 11D.
An ordlnanco to amend soctlon 2SQ of "an ordi
nance to ndopt tho ordinance, of tho city of
Cairo fcs revived and codified "
Unit ordained by Ihe City Council or llio City of
Baeiio I. That section No, 23 1 of "an ordi
nance lo ndopt tho ordinance of tho City of
Cairo as revised and codified" ho amended by
adding after tho wont "provision" In said sec
tion the words "ornnr impure, unwholesome,
adulterated or diluted milk,''
Approved June 2id, 1H7I.
JOHN M. LANSDEN. Mayor.
Attest. M. J. HowLsr, City Clerk. jeaodldi
ORDINANCE NO. 110.
An ordlnanco to amend ordinance No. 29.
lie In ordained by tho City Council of llio city of
Bsctiok 1. That ordlnanco No. 20, approved Apr!
6th, lsC7, be and the samo is hereby amended
by addlnjtiftorlho words "or nny newer, trough,
or other thing used for tho drnlnaue nl slops or
water." in the eleventh and twelfth lines Iroia
the top of section 1 of said ordinance, tho words,
"or any soap factory, anyplace, building or os
"tablishment used for Iho steaming or rendering
'of lard, tallow, fat, ofral or dead animals or any
"oatablishment used for the stoamlng or render
ing of any other substances, which in being 1.0
"rendered shall cause tho business thereof to bo
"cttensivo to the public or nny portion thereof or
Injurious to tho public health.
Approved Juno 2id, 187!.
JOHN M. LANSDEN, Mayor.
Attest, M.J, HnwiKV, CilyClork. Je.'lodlOt
Hoard and Tuition, per annum
HELLMUTH LADIES' UOLLEOE
' iNAUovnATcn r ii.b.ii. mixer: abtiicb.
Hoard and Tuitun, per annum t. 1 00
rrssldent-Tho Very U. V. I. llcllmutli, D. P.,
Veau of Huron.
For particulars, apply to Major ETni London,
QAnad West, 1 "
JULY I, 1871,
1 on the rr..Ni;rir
OF THE MKTUODI.3T CHUltUII
" THE STR. T. F. EOKERT
Will Wave the liar! at 7 o'tluak. .m, on 00 ox.
eiirslou up .ho 01, In, touching at
Tlekeld, wliieh must I hi procured lieforp goiiig
on board, imh bu ha I at Hie bnok nnd drug stored.
Le ivo (! Ironl
" .Mound U11 y at
. 7tJ a. in
. H n.m.
polls, (I. Children from H lo II yenra old, Meld.
No children allowed to go unless accompanied
by pircntsorgiiardlans. Jeisdtd'
l I ILL CLT
AT IIAIlCI.AYb' DIIUO HTOI'.E,
Fnu SiTrLT, Diiiv.
MOUKIXt: HUM) FOOD
all uctuv rou t'.r. MITIIOII IKOVtLf
i: L M II OLD' g
ORA PE ( CATAWIIA ) f OKAPE ) PILLS
i CATAWIIA lA (1IIAPE
GRAPE catawua ) i (.oiiAPE ) PILLS
AND ALL Or
ii 1: 1. .n 11 1. 11 'h Ji 1: n 1 :i r.H
1T.KHII FIIOM FIP.ST HAND.,
Always In stock In large Hipply, and for sale by
II nro I n ' IlrN.
J L'ST Tt E C E I V E D
I'or Salt' by lln- (Hush, Ilollln or U11II011
JtaSr-ExTitA Fine Cologne;
BS50enuine Impohteo Extracts ;
CQyilAiit, Tooth and Nail DitusiiEs;
Bay India Ruiideii Nuiiseky Goods;
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
llest grades In largo stock snd va
riety, very cheap:
Full Line of Coloiis,
unv avii iv oil: '
l'ulnt Ilrushes, Linseed Oil,
Whitewash Ilrushes, Turpentine,
Vnrnlslios, Etc, etc.,
ALL KIMIS AMI .TAMJ.UIII QCAL1TIFS
NTOVl'.S, XINWAlli:, KTC,
A. II ALLEY,
DEALER IN STOVES,
a. 1 II SlBIEj
Till and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers, Toilet
Ware, Coal Hods, Fire bhoyels, Air Uatcs.
TIN, ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
' IRON "WAKE.
No. 1G0 Wasliington-avcnuo,
HPRooflng, anttermRf and nil kinds ofjoli
work deaoul tUQitCSt avlisc. IvtUlf
M .MiMroitnlln at
' Piidtieah nt nl -,','
i " .. . o evening
lair for Iho rniind (rip from Cairo, lis Irom
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