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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1871.
TKAmi'XS QUI PR
'A I HQ'S KA 1 LlToVn ITOXiVKOTlONS.
take NOTICE.
1 1MB TABLKOr THE ILtlNOIS CENTRAL It.Il,
II i ml anr Pandaj, May Mh, 1S71, (lie follow--re
ilnje-t"" ROn th arrival and depart
ure if pmnirr trains nt Cairo t
)f-J(ll train, dally- ll.Op.m
Eiprea, daily - MM1"'
XM.i-Mall.dally a.ain.ri.
EiprtM, dally, eirept Sunday 3-.mr.ni'
jl nough 0 I- regular HI. Loiiu I rain la taken oil
I Ci tialnn onl of Caim will hate through "
It -it. IuIi wlilch will l taken Ihmiifi from
fnq n by the lrln on lh llellovlllo road. Dl
in I eloie connection will I made at IU
quoin, and there will I" no change of car from
I ,i- to Hi. IxuHk. The trala leaving Cairo nt
1 4 p m. will lliroiifili ilK-plnst cor for Hi.
I, .u The atlentioii of shipper In especially
nllcl to the fol tht a Fruit Kxpre Irnln will
leave Cslio dally, Saturday "l-ectcd, nnd will
make I." nin from thi city to Chicago In twenty
lw0 1,. ,r.. JAL Jt'HNSON, ARcnt.
KKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
VIA
ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11. .
TO
Sr. Lons, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
;aio, New York, Boston,
AXt AIL
TOIN'TS EAST AND AVEST.
Passenger train arrive nt and leave Cairo nt fol
lowt
mail. rxrnM.
Altr. atniinm 3iHO p.m
HrrAHi 11U5 ii.iii Uil.1r.in
Until tralna connect lit Ccntralwwith train on tno
rot
Pan. Docitur, Illonmlngtcn, El l'ai, I.a Halle,
Men-tola, Krecjmrt, ilulona, t 'ul.uqtin, mid
nil points In Illinois, Miaioun,
Mlnnot.i, tViiconsin nnd
Iown. Anil with
I.lnea running Eat ami West for
Si. Louis. Hpsfngnclit, Louisville,
Cincinnati, Imyanapolie, Columbus.
Ami at Chicago with Michigan ("ential, Michigan
Southern, anil Pittsburg. Fori Wayne
find Chicago ltailroiids lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
Albany, Huston, Philadelphia,
.Nligr Knll, Erie, lluttalo.
New Turk, I'lttsbtirc llaltltnore,
Washington.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For through ticket and Information, apply to
Illinois Central llmllroid Depot.
W. I'. JOHNBON,
Ceneral Passenger Agent, Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo.
BTEAmBOATfl.
MOUND CITY AND OAIltO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Capt. "WfLtlAM II. Sakduhict,
will MAKE
FOUR TKIPS EVERY BAY
BETWEEN
CAIKO ME. CITY
Lkave Caiiio,
ro6r or xiaiiTii itiieet.
At T A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At S r.M.
Leave 31 . Citv,
WUAKriluAT,
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11. SO A.M.
At i!.30 v.M.
At C.30 p.m.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
AT THE
BOX FACTORY, HAWK'S LANDINO, KT.
MOUTH OF CACHE, MARINE WAYS,
AND NAVV VAitI).
CAIRO
AND PADUOA1I
PACKET.
DAILY
The beautiful nnd llght-drangm
Hleamcr,
JAMES FISK, JR.,
IhiksLT Siiri Ltv, Mooter,
LEAVES OAIIIO DAILY,
AT 5 o'ctoo, r.M. ,
LEAVES PADUCAH DAILY,
AT 9 O'CLOTK, A.M.
ff")ITii)K superior neeommodat ou- the so
lclts public patronaRe.
"Particular attention is paid to col ection of
invoice charges, hut the boat ill not ba rcfpon-
ILIc for the same until collcvtml.
OAS FITTEItN.
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS UEMOVKD rHOM PEItltV HOUSE
TO THE
BRICK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST.
OlTOMTE WINTEB'h 1II.0CK,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
I.I E has greatly Improved his stock, nnd lias
ii uow on nana ail Kinus ui
IIANIIELIEItHj
I'KNDKNTH,
IlltACKKTh,
II A LI. I.IOIITH,
SIIAHEH, ETC.
HE HAS MARKED VOW'S PRICES
To the lowest living figures, nnd ho Invites the
patronage 01 uiu pituiic.
.1UI.1.1NKHS.
M US. M. SWANDKH,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES'
PUUNISHINO GOODS,
Coiiiinrrclitl Aveiiue. tiilli l'.llloll
Hllll III!) tliorn H
CAIKO, It.I.JNOlK.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Mudn to order, or Ileady-Madc.
A full assortment of JlUsea' uml I.iullts'
1 1 nt und lloiincts of ttio latest styles
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
MRS.C. McGEE,
XIOHTII HTUEET, 11ETWEEN WAbHINUTON
AVI) COMMEUCIAL AVENUES,
Ho J nit receive 1 a fall unil tplen lid line of
NEW GOODS
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
SILK QlMl'S,
SILK OALOO.N
GUIPURE LACKS,
MvSS TRIMMINGS,
UtOCKhT RUTTOKS
BILK AND VELVET BUTTONS.
FLUSH AND TRIMMING VELVET,
tlxTo AND BONNET.,
PINE KID GLOVES,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S' SHOES,
Asd full and compute mock of
Millinery and Panuy Goods,
All el which the propones to uil at
TU tbt XArrrxer cash l'Bicrt.
TUB jfiWf'-
AHItlVK. CI.09I:
so "'"iMi.-nin-.p..
phi.an.l tWiimbW 2:9" p 1.1
Ohm Niter route, (cxScpt
Mon I.) 6'p.m
, 4. fp in,
, (i on p.m.
p.m.
7:1" p.m.
i.n Mountain It. H aaiii.in.
MIm. Itierroiile, Tuesday
and Friday n-" I""1'
Thebes, (ioci- Island Afnlita
IV, UN., Thursday X I- rl-
dfly i r.-.)p.tn
r:0in.m,
Mi)flild, lliandvil.e md
I.orela o, Ky U.ODa.m,
4-.00 p.m.
orrii r. nuiiis.
(5-r,rrnl Delivery Tiiwin.m.
(SiiihI.i)s 8 loOa.m.)
Money Old-r denntment f:() a.m
CM)
llegistcr " ' " " K:l)n.m. WKip.m.
Money Orilor and Hcglsier deparlmenti not
ojen on rfundiys.
SECllETJJHDEUS.
THE MASONS.
CuRi'.OuMMAMituT, Ko. m.-Slaled Asstmlily
at the Aylutn Masonu I'nll, tirsl anu iiuru oni
urdavs Ineaeh month.
OaihoCoi scii, No. SI, Hefitilar Convocalionnt
Masonic llall.tlm second Krldiiy In each month
CAtno CiiApTrn, No. 71. Regular; Conocntlon
at Masonic Hall, on the third Tuesday of every
inintli.
Caiko I)Mir. No.OT F. A A. M Uegnlar Com
miinlentions'nt Masonic Hall, the second nnd
fourth Mondays ol each month.
IlttTA Iiixir, No.tCS K. 4 A. M. Uegnlnr Com
munications nt JInsonle Hall Hrst nnd third
Thursdays in each monlh.
T1IK ODD-rKLLOWS.
Atr.XAMir.n I,onor., 2JI. Meets In Odd Fellcw's
Hll, In Artcr's IluilJInR, every Thursday, even.
InR, at 8 o'clock.
TBCB bulletin.
l'ulillslieil t-vcry mornlii";, Mimiliiy ei
ii'liKil. CITY NEWS.
A Grand railroad mass meet
ing will be held to-night in
front of Winter's block, and
will be addressed by the fol
lowing able gentlemen :
Hon. John 11. Mulkcy,
Hon. D. W. Munn,
). T. Linegar,
Hon. I. W.Webb,
Hon. Thos. Wilson.
Mechanics,
Laborers,
Merchants,
Draymen,
Capitalists,
Everybody in the city
should be present at the meet
ing, and testify their devotion
to the true interests of Cairo.
Turn out!
PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Wo shall commence to-morrow morning
the juililiention of the regular telegraphic
report of thcnsociatcd iress, nnd thus bo
unbilled to lay beforo our renders nil tho
telogrnphlc news nnd markets ten hours
in advance of tho St. LnuU papers. Tho
publication of this report will add to our
expenses $1D0 u month, u burden wo enn
not bear without additional patronage To
aid unit! making this nddiliunul outlay wo
are compelled to rniso tho subscription
price of The Bulletin, delivered byenr-
riers, to twenty-ftvo cents n week, or ten
dollars n yenr in ndvnnco. AVo belicvo
our mbFcribors, in cunsldorntion of tho
interest Into telegraphic news will add to
our columns, will consent to this inercuso
cheerfully.
iniEvrriES.
l'.allroad meeting to-night.
Tho baptist fair cleared about S-'loO
Fourteen members of thu council wov
present last night.
Trcusuror Taylor cancelled $3,130,0
during tho past month.
Everybody in tLo citychould bu pros
cut at thu railroad meeting to-nlgnt.
A lurirn audience was present at th
meeting of tho city council last nlgnt.
Judi-o Allen U nt home and will b
" . . . .... A ... t .1
present at tho rnilroail meuiing lo-nign
Thu cost of gns consumed i thostreo
lnintu from .luno 1st to duly 1st was $'J7!(,
Mr. William Stratton, who has mad
n Hying visit to hia old homo in Virgin!
returned to tho city Thursday morning
Hon. H. Watson Webb will ifddrc
the railroad meeting to-night, at Winter'
block.
Tho mayor has "gone back'' on th
rule of allowing salaries in joint meeting
of tho council.
Tho city council met in joint session
last night. No business of importance
whs transacted.
Lii.cgur wilt address tho railroad
meeting tonight. Ditto, Wilson. Ditto
Mulkov. Ditto, AVobb.
IlobciUon was nominated for police
man last night in tho council, but wns not
confirmed. Tlio votu Uood 8 against; G
r.
Tho council last night ordered n plunk
sidewalk or "run" to be built from tho
Hibernian engine house to Commercial
avenue.
In the Interval between .March 11 and
Junu 30, thu wclghmastor received $1 1 03
alter deducting IWu-cti per cent, weighmas
tcr's Ties.
Tho jull commltto, in their runorl to
the council hint night, compliment .lailer
aiciiuio highly for thu manner in which
he keeps thu jull.
Every friend of tho proposed rail-
roads should labor to carry thu railroad
ticket, ou Monday, by nt least eight bun-
urea majority In tlio city.
AVhat relation hogs bear to railroads
Is tv ptoUem dlftlcuU eolvo; but n few
wrong-headed men yestcrdny raised tho
cry of no railroad or no hog ordinance.
The porson -ho borrowed my uloctru
magnetic batter,) will please return It
without further delay, nnd oblige)
jc30J.'U R. S. HntniiAM.
U, .1. Cuiulill' petitioned tho council
Inst Light for permission to build n one
story liouso in tho roar of Hnnny's storo
on Eight street. Tho prayer wi i granted.
Tho women who raised such a dls-
turbnnco in n down-town bagnio, on
Wedncsdny night, woro beforo Shnugh-
nessy yesterday, Fined $5 nnd coni each.
Tho city marshal, Andrew Cain, col-
looted $14'J.50 dog tax, nnd had killed
twcnlv-four untaccd canines, when tho
anti-shoolintr resolution of tho council
nipped tho work of slaughter in tho butl
Geo. McNIght, n colored chap, wns nr
rostcd by Myers nnd Arnold yesterday,
for using nbuslvo lnnguugo to Mary
Brook. George wns permitted to cotitrib
uto flvo nnd trimmings toward defrnyii.g
tho expenses of the city.
Ro suro nnd itltciitl tho railroad
meeting, nt Winter's Rlocik, to-ni;lit.
Mr. Sense, for tho United Stales gov
eminent, petitioned tho council for per
mission to rcmovo tho sidewalk between
Fourtcentli r.nd Fifteonth streets, on tho
westerly sido of Poplar street, until tho
Ailing of custom houso squaro litis been'
completed.
Tho hog pound hns becomo offensive
to tho gentleman who lives noxtdoor to it
Tho matter wns up bofoto tho council last
night. Alderman Winter roso nnd saiu
tho pound wns not offensive, that it smoll
od swootor than tho council chamber, nnd
thnttbero wcro only two porkors in it
Tho council hnd iv very lively littio
discussion Inst nicht on tho petition of
Mike Mnhonoy and Thos. Naughton, for
four days worked by thorn In March, nnd
which tho council hnd refused to pay,
Whv not nav them 7 Tho proof that
they worked tho four days is conclusive
Tho old boys nro worthy of their hire.
Tho toublcs in Paris have nt last sub
sided, nnd Wm. Ehlcrs has received a
largo invoice of "Jotlat" and ".Mercinr
French cnlf skins two of tho best brands
innde. which ho is ready and willing to
manufacture) into boots und shoes, for nny
nnd all poisons who nro willing to pay tho
hiirhestcash prices. His shop Is on 20th
street, 'opposite tho oourt liouso hotel.
jolStf
Tho harbor shop of Gus Hirne, on Sov
cnth street, between Commercial nvcnuo
nnd Ohio levee, hns becomo n place of
popular resort, visited by nil persons who
know how to nppreciato ucloso nnd de
licious shnvo. Gus is master in his pro-
lesslon, nnd employs only tho most skill
ful of workmen. His razors nro always in
order, his towels faultlessly elenn and his
shop tho neatest nnd most comfortable in
tho city. Give Gus n call, and experience
his skillful manipulations of your beard
nnd you will know what tho plensurcs of
a flrst-clnss shnvc are.
-William Alba's barber shop is grow
ing in public fnv i every day. It is neatly
fitted up, and can boast of tho most skill
full workmen in tho city. Thu proprietor
us had many years' experience in his bus-
ess nnd is recognized ns ono of tho most
xport Bhavors in Southern Illinois, whilo
oung Alba is n master in his profession
itl.cns nnd strangers who wish a pain
less shave, n luxurious chnmpooing, or
their hnir cut in tho latest stylo should
pntronizo Alba. His shop is on AVnshing
ton nveinio uoxt door to Hnnnon's nows
epot.
Rc Hurc and attend tho railroad
iccting, at Winter's Block, to-night.
Hons. Tho perturbod spirit of tho
swino of tho city will not down. Lnst
night, in tho city council, Aldurnmn
Cunningham ollored tho following:
Wheukai, In municipal, as in statu
nnd national government, tho majority
should rule.
And, AVheueah, it Is claimed that n
mnlority of tho voters of tho city of Cairo
1 ..11 !! ....l.Il.lt!
arU UI1USUU m uiumnuvu uu, ,11 uill Ul 11 ll
liogs from running ai largo, una providing
lor impounding mum,
Jicsolred, ilinl, ll , majority ot tlio
voters of thu city, by petition or other
wise, shall ask for the repeal of said ordi
nance, tho council will obey tho will of
its constituents thus expressed, and lose
no timuin complying with it.
Alderman W inter moved to lay Hie res
olution on tho table. Four for and ten
against.
Thu motion to adopt was then carried,
Alderman Winter being the only member
voting in thu negative.
Howe's Skwino Machine. Having
leased the corner room of tho Athenteum
building, I shall expect to bo ub'o to keep
on hand a good assortment of machines.
Parties desirous of getting machines would
do well to call and ecu what ours will do
beforu buying. Machines sold on monthly
installments, and old ones taken nt their
valuu in exchange. All machines war
ranted flvo years. To produce tho sow
ing machinu was the study of Ellas Howe,
jr., twcnty-llvo years ago. Ho gavu to
tlio world tho first sewing machine over
invented. Wo now oiler Ills last produc
tion. Call and see us on Commercial av
onii", corner room of thu Atlienieum build
ing. J, C. Ha vis, Agent for Company,
juiiO-lw.
Died. June :10th, Alexander, infant
son of Arthur and Mary AVadgymiir, aged
H months. Funeral at 2 o'clock p.m., to
day, from Center street, between AVash-ington-avonuoand
AVnlnut-street. No spe
cial invitations.
A'esterday evening, Mrs. AVm. Mc
C'ormlck, aged 40 years, after a short ill
ness. Tho deceased will bo buried at A'illn
Rld'go to-morrow (Sunday,) A special
train will lenvo tho depot at 2 o'clock.
Funeral services at tlio Catholic church,
ut 1 o'clock. Friends of thu family are
respectfully invited to attend.
Shoes Wauiunted, Mr. Black of ths
City Shoo Store, agent for ttio mloof our
geiillomoiis', lui es' and misses' nhoes, is
authorized by in to warrant nil of our
thoos bearing tho stamp of tho City Sliou
more, und lo replacu with now uiiob nil
hoes of our brand sold by him that utuy
rip. UltOLAHKl & Co.,
Jy-l-tf Shoo Manufacturers, St. Louis.
Resure nnd jttcntl tho Railroad
mooting, at Winter's Rlook, to-night.
THE IIIlJBItNIANS.
Tin: r.vi:ittii.outouM rot itTit ouanh no
NIOATTHi: ?LOItA iiahmkn.
The Hibernian liro company, second to
no company in tho city In olllclcnoy, havo
resolved to cclobrnlo tho coming Fourth
by a picnic ot Flora Garden, ant nppcnl to
tlio clll.ens for tliut pntronngo to which
their labors for tho public good lias entitled
Ihcm. They havo procured tho services,
of tlio silver cornet band, and will open
tho festivities by marching, bonded by tho
hand, through tho principal street of tho
citv. Arriving nt tho garden tho declara
tion of Independence will bo read by
M. R. Hnrrell and on oration delivored by
a gentleman wlioe name will hereafter be
announced. Tables will lo prepared for
the hungry, mild drinks furnished to those
who are dry, and an opportunity to dance
given to those who alfect that amusement.
No Improper characters will bo admitted
and tlio best of order will bo preserved.
Those who attend this picnic will enjoy n
plensantday and bo in nodnngcr by oltlitr
field or flood. Tickets, CO cents.
Tho commlltco of arrangements Is com
posed tho followinc uentlcmon: AVllliam
McHnlo, J nines Kennedy, Jnmcs H.Eng
lUh nnd John llognn.
Tho following committees will supcrin
tend tho celebration :
On Arrangements Jnmcs Kennedy,
James II. English nnd John M. Hogan..
On liar Patrick Burke, cashier; Pat.
O'Lnughlin, Michael Bambrick nnd Tlios.
Dnrmcdy.
On Refreshments 3 'tunes Kcnncdy,cash"
icr; Jnmcs Granoy nnd Timothy Sulli
vnn. On Ten-Pin Alley James 0'Donncl
cashier; Tliomns Lcnry and John Miller.
On Shooting Gallery Edwnrd Morris
soy, cashier ; and L. B. Garner.
Gate Keepers AV. R. AVhito, cashier
and Richard Fitzgerald.
Floor Manager Thomas Lovetl, M.J.
Mnrnell aud David Fitzgerald.
Marshals James Kennedy nnd John
O'Donncl.
Flay JJearers Thomas Foley nnd
Thomas Leary.
Caud ritoil Mii.SoiiUH.-It has boon cur
rently reportod in tho city Hint I tun oppos
ed lo tho proposition to suoscribo bonds to
tho Cairo nnd A'inccnnes railroad com
pnny nnd placo thorn in eseroxo to bo de
livered when n train of cars shall havo
passed over said road from Cairo to A'in
ccnnes. aims report is incorrcci. a win
opposed to tho issuonce of tho bonds of tho
county under former propositions becauso
I believed thoso propositions to bo indof-
inito in their terms, unsatisfactory nnd in
consistent with tho welfare of tho county.
But tho last proportion meets my hearty
npprovnl, nnd shall rcceivo iny vote, ns 1
belicvo it should rcceivo tho votes of nil
citizens who nro nnxious to secure tho
prosperity of tlio county and city.
V: U. beituil.
The American Sunhayj-chool Union.
-In closing tho -17th year of its labors,
this society reports 1,185 now Sunday
schools organized and 67,410 neglected
children brought undor bible instruction ;
besides this 3,003 other schools, many of
them very needy, havo boon nided. In
thoso schools wero 212,786 child -on. Soir.3
of this work hns been dono in this portion
of our stnto. Fifty now schools wcro or
ganized by this society last year in John
son, Union, Randolph and Monroe coun
ties, and a missionary Is still lnborlng in
tho counties cast of tho Illinois Central
and south ot tho Ohio nnd Mississippi rail
road.
D. L. Moody, of Chicago, who hns hnd
such n wido experience in tho Sundny
school work of tho west, snys of this so
ciety :
"From long personal acquaintance with
tho Sunday ecliool work of tho west, nnd
especially in Illinois, i can say trumtuiiy,
that no agency hns done so much to plant
Sundny schools in our destituto nnd ne
glected places ns tlio American Sunday
school union.
"If I could speak to overy church, Sun
day school, christian, nnd philanthropist
in the land, I would plead witli them to
givo this society u largo placo in their con
tributions, for I believe thoro is no work
lor Lhrisl that yields n quicker, larger, or
richer return for tho money oxpended."
Floateu Fou.ni. Coronor Gossman
held nn inquest yestorday on tho body of
an unknown man, found in tho rlvor just
below Halliilay's warehouse. Ho was, ap
parently, about thirty years old, flvo feet,
six incites in h!iht, woro a trouteo nnd
moustache and long black hnir ; hnd on
white linen coat, whito thirt nnd bluo
patnloons, in tho pockets of which wero
two tickets, bearing tho printed words,
"ono chance,'' uud numbered respectively
20t) nnd 27l. Resides thoso wcro a ma
sonic collar button, and other articles of
plated jewelry, nnd n smnll quantity of
leaf tobacco. It is bolioted that ho was ,
citizen of Bnllard county, and was in at
tendance at tlio recent tobacco fair.
Fon Exchange, An invoico of hats
and caps and other merchandise for a
small houso nnd lot in Cairo. For desira
ble) property will pay some cash differ
ence. Call nt No. 140 Commercial nvcnuo.
Elliott, Havthoiin & Co.
Duluth and itETUKN via Chicago nnd
return via Dunleith, or via Dunloith nnd
ruturn via Chicago, $17.25. Good for 30
days jylt3
Notice. Hereafter nnd during tlio re
mainder of tho hot soison tho moat shops
of Cairo, will not, ns heretofore, bo opened
for thu salu of cut meats on Saturday even
ing, but will open as usual on Sunday
morning nnd hold regular markets until
0 o'clock a.m. jo30-3t.
Econom v. By using Mrs. AVhltcomb's
Syrtiu for children, many n doctor's bill
can bo snved, nnd much sull'ering averted.
Rend tho advertisement in another col
umn. jo27d&wlw.
One Hu.NDitEi) and Fifty Thousand
Tlio nrray of Charter Oak Stoves now
in activo worvlco in tlio kitchens of tho
eolith nnd west Is over ono hundred and
fifty thousand strong, nnd doing tho work
or thrlco that number of stovat of other
kinds. oU'ld&wL
Ro Hiiro and attend tho Rnilroad
meeting, nt Wintor's Rlock, to-night.
ltOUdll AND HEADY FI HE COMPANY,
t
THE lMlOPOSKIl roUItVH OK JULY PICNIC
THE PLACE THE mOOItAMMB NAMES
OK THE COMMITTEEMEN, ETC.
Tho Rough nnd RenJy flro company oro
mnklng oxtcnslvo arrangements to colc
brato tho Fourth of July In an appropri
ate manner. Tlioy havo determined to
havo a grand picnic on tho Kcntuoky
shoro oppos'lo Gnligher's mil), nnd to in
vito tho publio to parttcipato in tho fcstlv-
itiss. Thoro will not be much oratorical
patriotism Indulged In, hut thoro will bo
nny qunntity of fun nnd hilarity. All tho
edibles of tho sonion will bo procured, so
that tlio hungry niny cat; thoso who nro
dry will bo supplied with tlio wherewithal
to quench their thirst, nnd n string band
will supply music for thoso who nro In
clined to trip tho light fnntnstic toe. Tlio
ncnt littio steamer, Odd Follow, hns bocn
hired to convoy citizens to mid from tlio
picnic grounds and will commenco run
ning nt 8 o'clock a.m., nnd mnko a trip
every hour during tho day. Tho boat will
bo handsomely decorated, nnd tho boiler
deck bo covered with canvass for tho ac
commodation and comfort of ladies and
childron.
Tickets CO cents.
Aftor tho pic-nlc, commencing at 0
o'clock p.m., thoro will bo a grand ball in
dulged in nt School's hall, nnd n mngnifl
cont display of flro works bo mndo.
Tickets to tlio ball, for gentleman and
Indies, CO cents.
Tlio colcbratlon will bo conducted ucdor
tho direction ot tho following committees:
On Arrangements J oscph Mendel, A.
Marx, F. AVhltcamp, F. Strautz, nnd II.
Moycr.
On Jloat Sam. AValtcrs, Peter Ehs,
Christ. Ortb, M. Silvorberg, Jos. M. Vir
run Joseph B. Taylor, J. II. Mctcalf, W.
Schmidt.
On liar James Swayno and norman
Mcyor, cashiers ; Joseph Mcndol, Robert
Bribnch, F. Swoboda, R. Zimmorman, V.
AVittcamp, Fred. Strautz.
lee Criam Stand A. Marx nnd H. Bix
by, cashiers ; R. Hobsackcr, Niles Swnync,
F. Decker, H. Hnscnjaegcj, F. Axloy.
Floor Managers John Koohlcr and
Hnrry Schuh.
St. Paul and iikturn via Chicago, re
turn via Dunlcitb, $32.50. Good for 30
days. jylt3
Fouiith of July Excursion. To any
point on tho Illinois Central Railroad
for one and one-fourth faro for round trip.
Good for July 4th and for return, includ
ing July 5th. 3t
GOOD NEWS FOR THE LADIES.
Mrs. J. Cummings desires to inform the
ladies that she is about to disposo of her
spring nnd summer stock of goods nt cost.
Her stock comprises n very lino selection
of hats, bonnets, flowers, ribbons, etc, all
of which wcro chosen with great cure. All
tho ladies who want reasonable, tasteful
nnd cheap goods should not fall to patron-
izo Mrs. Cummings, as sho intends to put
nil her goods nt tho very lowest cash
price, In order to disposo of them as qnlck-
ly as possible. Great bargains can ho
made for tho next few days.
FOR KENT.
The liouso hcrctoforo occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgorald, on Ohio Levco between
Fourth nnd Sixth streets. This bouse, if
not tho best business house is certainly
oneof tho best stands in Cairo. It fronts
tho principal steamboat lnnding and is
near the Illinois Central railroad depot.
Also the second floor of tho same building
suitably arrangod for offices. Apply noxt
door nt Robert Smyth fc Co's. wholesale
grocery store. tf
Rc sure and attend the railroad
meeting, at Wihtcr'8 Rlock, to-night.
Great Excitement. Tho city has
been agitntcd during tho past week on tho
subject of tlio excellent St. Louis Boer,
AVeiss Beer, Rhino AVine, und splendid
cignrs for snlo nt Chnrloy Schonemeycr's
saloon. His AVeiss Beer is becoming n
popular drink his Rhino AVino Is tho
best in tho city, his St. Louis Beer
nlwnys ico cool. Tho Egyptian Saloon is
located at tho corner of Tenth street and
AVnshington nvcnuo, whero nil lovers of
good things to drink should cull.
All powders nnd outwnrd applications
close up tho pores of tho skin, rendering it
harsh, coarso nnd flabby, and In a short
timo destroy tho complexion. If you
would have a fresh, healthy and youthful
appearance, purge tho sys torn thoroughly:
usoIIeluuold's Grape Pills nnd Uelm
iiold'sSarsaparilla which beautifies tho
complexion. Bowaro of thoso cheap pat
ent pills, carelessly prepared by inoxpe
rionced porsons vended in wooden boxes
most of which contain cithor calomel, mor
cury or other dolotorious drugs.
Twenty Dollars Reward, I will
pay n roward of twenty dollars for in
formation that will load to the ajrest and
conviction of tho person or persons who
changed tho switch this morning on Ohio
levoo, in front of Clark's block, thereby
throwing a train oft" the track.
James Johnson, Agent.
Cairo, Juno 29, 1871, jc30-3t.
For Sale. Tho store-houio on the cor
ner of Tenth nnd AValnut strcots, and also
tho stock of grocorlcs thorcin, aro offered
for salo together or sopnratoly. Also, a
good bHggy and harness will bo sold on
privato terms. Apply for particulars on
tho promises. BEN. F. ECHOLS.
ju7tf
CANS I CANS 1 1 CANS! 1 1
Fivo hundred dozen No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS AT THE NEW-YORK STORK, lit $1.00
por dozen. Largest wholesalo nnd retail
stock in tho city.
Giseely & Partee.
Come to Stay, Robert Roid hns per
manently cstnbllshed a conl ynrd nt Cot
tonwood Point, Mo,, for tho purposo of
supplying steamboats with coal. Tows at
nil tlmos, day or night.
jc8tf C. 8. Hutchinson, Agent.
For Sale. a gcol optra buggy. Ap
ply to James Johnson, Stono Dopot.
Jq28-1w.
Ro suro nnd attend the Railroad
Hicoting, at Winter's Rlack, to-night.
Licenses! Notice. PnrtTcs whoso li
censes oxnlro on i.n n-.t ,i.,.. ,.e 1..U- nrn
hereby notified to renew tlio snmo Imme
diately. No notice other than this will
uo given lo partloi Interested.
Jc2Jd:It J-"0WKity Clerk.
Read tho ndvortlsoment In nnotnor col
umn of tho enterprise in ni,l ,.f i,ii.
library at Omaha. Being legal nnd con
ductod legally and opjnly Is a suro gunr
anteo of fairness. Iu27d&wiw
KlNI)LIN(i.-500 "class boxes " fnr.ln
at 6 cents each. AV. AV. Tiioiinrnv
jo21tf.
COMMERCIAL
Tilt Hour Kmiino, June ti, U7j,
No changes worthy of nolo havo occurr
ed since our last report.
Tho market generally for all kinds of
produce is good. Tlio weather, which has
been unusually warm, turned cool to-day,
for thu season.
FLOUR. Tlio market is wenk nnd de
clining. Orders como in slowly. Sales
wcro
CSOhhls, A'nrlous Grades 5 OOP) B 00
Sales from City Mills
75 " XXXX. 7 60
150 " XXX 7 00
60 " XX o 25
60 " X .. o 00
CORN. Mixed is dull nt 62c. Whito
still brings ns high ns 6Cc, hut sales nro
not ns brisk ut Hint price ns they hnve
been, hulos woro
4 enn, In sacks, delivered CtcfjijOSc
10 " in bulk, on trac' 6Cc
2. " 65c5Cc
OA lb. Hio iiinrket is tiiiclinngod.
Sales wcro
3 cars, in sacks r,ra
i " " del 6oo
HAL Tram. telle s nro limited and
prices not quotably ennged. We noto n
sale of
1 car, Timothy, del s 00
BUTTER. Tho markot is good for
Cliolco, and prices havo advanced about
2c sinco our last review. Sales wcro
6 pkgs, Medium vm-
33 " Choice Northern 20cfa22c
20pall " " 20cA22c
iUGb. Aro not so nlcnty. Thcro is
nn activo damund for I riuli-nn ...i. r..-
stalo. Sales wcro
CCO dor i2ic
300 " pac' din oats He
MEAL. ho COtnejd la rtrmd. nnil
prices tho same as p-eriously quoted.
Sales wcro
200 bbli, Steam Dried, del...- 3 00
loo " fancy blcnm JJrji 1
from storo 3 10
150 " Ci y Steam Dried.... 3 16 3 25
POULTRY. Old Chickons, in straight
lots of Hens, will sell readily at outside
quotations. Nodomand for small young
chickens. Sales were
60 dor. Spring Chickens 2 00 2 60
20 " Old 4 25 4 50
POTATOES The market f un
changed. " Sales were
62 bbls, ow, largo bhls 4 00 4 75
FRUIT. Applos aro;dull ut2.00 t' bid.
low prices may bo looked for. Sales woro
19 third lull l.r,ri. A nnlm "Cr.r''.r
42 " " " Peaches 60cf7Tl.00
SlINDKIKS VI UiU. ' (Ini.in.
S2.602.75; 200 bbls. Cement, ?2.60; 150
ouis; i.imo,i.Bo; i,uou utuinte Hags, lie;
i.oyoi. i.uorn iitiriops, ice.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
II. M. IIULEN',
GROCER and CONFECTION
MEECA.NT,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
lUrEiEicES Merchant of Cairo,
Jyi
ORNINANCIi NO. 117.
An Ordinance to regulate, tho dullei of Ike Chief
oi j-once anu rouce uomuuie;.
lie it ordalnod by thu City Council of the City of
iiuru
Srrriox 1. That thn Chief of Police shall act n
dar policeman, nnd sha'l have general t-livrx"" ol
wie j-oiicu lorcHoi inn city, iexcep.ini; me i-,iy
Marshal,! and, undor the general direction of Iho
aiayor, anaii fiipcrinicmi ana contrui tho opera
tions ol the Teral police conit.iblea whilo on
duty. iuu other police constables n iw uiuhor
I2CU by ordinanro shall do duty as nlht watch-
men,
Hec. 2. All ordinances or parts of ordinance
in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.
JOHN M. LA.NSDI'.N, Mayor.
Approved, Junorjlh, ls'l.
Attest! M.J. Houu.r.C'il) Cl'k.
ORDINA.N'CK NO. 115.
An ordlnanco to nnu-nd nettion W't of "nn ordi
nance to adopt tho ordinance of the t-ily of
Cairo cm rovi.ed and codified "
Belt ordained h the City Council of tlio City of
Cairo 1 .
Suction I, That aoction No. 21 of "an ordi
nance to adopt tho ordinance of tlio City of
Cairo as revised und codified" bn amended by
adding after tho word "provision" in md sec
tion the words "ornnr m pure, unwholesome
mlulternteilor diluted milk."
Approved Junu 22d, Is7l.
JOHN M. LANSDE.V. .Mayor.
Attest, M. J. Howi.iv, City Clerk. jeaudlut
ORDINANCE NO. 110.
An ordinance to inner I ordinance No. S'J.
lie In ordained hy Iho Li y Council of Iho city of
Cairo-
BictiokI, That ordinance No.29, ijipiovcd Apri
Bill, 1(07, b'land tho aame la heruby amended
hy nddlnu tfter Iho words "or any newer, trough,
or other thing lined for the drainnue nl ulnpxor
water," In the eleventh and t'velflh lines Irom
the top of lection 1 of raid ordinance, tho words,
"or any soap factory, any place, building, ores
"tmbliKhinent used for th nteuimnK or rendering
i'of laid, tallow, fat, olhil or dead Kiilnmls or any
"eitabliahment used for the steaming or render
"Ingof any other substances, which in being to
"rendercdahall cause the rusineaa lliereof tu bo
"ctfensivo to the publio or any portlou thereof or
Injurious to tin) public nealtli.
Approved Juno 'OA, 1871.
JOllN M. LANSDEN, 3Iayor.
Attest, M.J IIowlit, City Clerk. Jeau.1101
HIGH EDUCATION.
IIELLMUTII COLLEGE.
Hoard and Tuilion, per annum..
220 oo
IIELLMUTII LADIES' COLLEGE
lKAi-ai-iuTr.il nv n, it. ii. i-uince aktuvb.
Hoard nnd Tuitien, per annum --fl 00
'resident-Trio Very It. V. I. Ilellmulli, P- I'.,
liean oi i.uiuu.
For oarllcular., apply to Major EvanB, London,
QAimla West.
sVOK SJA1.K
NOTICE.
Addition to the' a.y of Cu.r3rvl ' ,
Lot 27 block !. w "0,c"
IS " "2". el
.1 i ll u' " 2) "
e 82, " 31 " f-'i
23 Si, " U2 " U2.
For terms, tt., apply to JAHE3 JOHNSON,
Jessdtf AEnit
NTKAMIIOAT KXl'lIKSION
BASKET PICNI C.
JULY I, 1871,
mn the nr.NcriT
OF TUB METHODIST CHURCH
THE STR. T. F. EOKERT
win Uu, hart at 7 o'tlock. a.m.. on an ex
cursion up the OhIo, touching at
MOUND CITV,
CALEDONIA,
METROPOLIS AND
I'ADL'CAH
Ticket, which numt Imi iironuied beforn ironic
on boanl, can hn had nt the hook nnd dniK n'.orcx
TIME taiile:
LcivolMrual 71 a.n,
M01'?'1 ' s a.m.
" Ciileilonlaiit h n.m.
" Metropolla at lo)? n.m.
.. I''l;ieah at itlj .,,
IleturnliK to '.iilro nl an early hour 111 tho evening
lair for tlm round trip from tro, lis Irnm
Mound ( sty. ! !li from Caledonia, Hi from Metro
pullB.SI. t hlldreii f'om Hto H yearohl, Micts.
Noehlldrcn allowed to uiiIcm nccompanied
hy pTrentaorKUardlans. jeisdtd
IIUOKN.
1 s s 3
o o ? 3
Of 'J j F
r 1 : h o
. . J v: Ui 5 m C 5
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W) . S e
t ) o o 1 r es
t O fi S o 3 . P
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WWW M
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h a
BARCLAY BROS.,
on id i.r.vr.i:,
Cuto, Uu.
DBTJGG-ISTS
SARATOGA Si'RINOS
II 11 LL SLAIT
AT IIARCLAVS' DRl'O STORE.
Ksn Sii-nv, Daily.
.MOUKIXO RIRD FOOD
all niAL-r ron tic vninoir Taovrtr.
At Barclays'.
II
E L M II 0 L D
S
GRAPE f catawiia I orape ) PILLS
1 C..TAWIIA t. ORAPE
GRAPE (.CATAWIIA ) i (.ORAI'E ) PILLS
AMD ALL or
IIELMOOI.D'N MEDICINEN
FRESH FROM TIRST HANDS,
Always in stock In large anpply, and for sale by
Hitrclnjr llros.
PEE9H BXiTJEl lilCIC
JUST RECEIVED
AU
I'or Mule Hy tlio Class, Hot lie orOalloii
AT BARCLAYS'.
QTExtra Fine Cologne;
CGenuine Imported Extracts;
SSTHair, Tooth and Nail Brusues;
CoyiNDiA Ruiiuer Nursery Goods;
AT
BAECLAY BEOS.
PURE AVHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Dent grades In large flock and va
riety, very cheap i
aho:
Full Line of Colors,
IiBY AMI IN OIL',
I'.ilnt llrushes, Linseed Oil,
Whitewash llrushos, Turpentine,
Varnishes, Etc. etc.,
AIL KIM'S AMI tTANDAIIU (It'ALITIU
At Barclays'.
NTOVE.N, TIXWAHK, CTt',
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringors, Toilet
Ware, Conl Hods, Fire Shovels, Air dates.
MANtr ACTt'asA or
TIN, ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
IRON AVARE.
No. 1G0 Wasliington-avonuo,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
awrtoonng, Guttenng. and nil kinds of lot,
work done at shoilctt notice. IcUdif

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