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TRAVELER'S UUlDJi
CAIRO'S HAILKOAD CONNECTIONS.
TAKK NOTICE.
T1MKTARLK OFTHE H.tlNOIS CENTRAL n. n,
Od and after Sunday, Msy Hth,171j (lie follow
ing '.Iroe-ublo will ROT.ern the Arrival nd dcpnrt
urocf liitrlhtClro! j
Dtmrt Mll train, dally ll:4Jp.m
Bspree, daily l Z-p.m.
KA Jnf-MIJ,dnlr . 3:00 a.n
. 'KiriTeM. daily, eiceplUiindar, 3:30 n.m,
Alifi3utl'f'ul,r hu ,oui, train la UVrn oil
Mil train out ol Cairo will haye through cara
' TZ IMi, wjil'h 'will Meet. 'throiiKh from
Tlui) i n by the trains on the DelleTllle road. 1)1
nvl d I close connection will lm made at I'll-
, loiu, and help b"o iianjje nf ram from
C'Imi W. LottU. Tle.tnila inng Cairo at
t':4l p lil. will hare through ilteping cr for ft.
I, .in. The titration of uhlprwra In tnprclnlljr
r.lhd In the fact thit a Fruit, Kxprom train will
UM idilrrt dally, filaturd) expected, and will
HMki' li r n from this city lo Chicago In twenty
ti h nr.. JA9. JOHNSON, .Rent.
""JUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
via
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
in
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Cm
CAOO, New Vouk, Boston, j
AMI Al l,
POINTS KAST AND "WEST.
Ptii;r trams arrive at and leave Cairo as fot
' . . kiwsi
MAIL. i T.Xrlr.M.
Aiit Utrtiiatfi .ItaOn.m
litfAHT... ......... 1113 n.m 2i43 i.m
Rlh train, connect at C&nlrelia. vtlth train on tne
Iroa
I'tnn, Vrlur, IllonmlnRtcn,. Kl Pno, l,n Bille,
Mrn.i ui, rTeeporj,nn-na, iniuuipir, aim
nil point In ilhnoi, Mm.ourl,
Minnesota, Wisconsin and
" loyra. An, I with
L,lua running Kl nail West lor
bl. Louis. feplfnKfieM. Lniiiarilff, '
Cincinnati. lniBnaiKf. Columbia.
AmlmtDirVjt'iillli Mldilj.ni Ontrnl, Michigan
Nuth itu. tul JMIlyi.'. fort '.Vajne
iin.rt.7iicro ruiunmun rur
Petrol!, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany, t Ij.nton, Philadelphia,
new Tora, riuauurg,
Washington
llftlllmorc,
AND ALL
POINTS EAST.
For through tickets and Information, apply In
Illinois CanfraJ ruilroad Depot.
w. p. jonamx,
Central Paaaencer Agent, Chicago.
J.JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo.
STEAMBOAT!.
MOUND CITY AND OAIliO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
(UrT. "William II. 5anhi;.skv.
Jil M1KC
fVPi 'ilHIPS EXKlt;X- lX
anic
whtr
It&
3IT"2"
Lka.vkCai.ro, hhr-
..vk Mn. Citv,
inKrr.iAT,
At 8.30 A. Mi
i A.M.
...1 KM.
5 P.M.
At 11.30 A.MH
At '-'.30 p.m,
At 0.30 p.m.
"WILL LAND. "WHEN HAILED,
AT Till
1I0X I-ACTOBV, HAWK'S LANIIINO, Klf.
MOUTH OP CACIIK, MAKINK WAYS,
AND NAW YAnil. I
CAIKO AND
) FADirCAJLJiVlLY
1'ACKET.""
IT" l. TbC ficAiitlful ai
m) llKllt-driUlRlH
JA.MKS FISK, JH.,
Ikun Mui'U.v Mnxter,
LEAVES OAIUO J)AILY,
at & o'n-'nrr;, r.v. I
LEAVES PADUCA1I DAILY,
AT 9 0ClM-K, A.M.
irlUvinit auperior accoinmodationa ilii; ro
ilrllH tiul.lir. iiAlrnnnirp.
aNTPariicitlar attention la paldloeoliootiJJii o!
invoice cluirges, hut the boat will not lie respon
sible for the tame until collected.
WINES AND UdOOni.
WM. n'SOnUTTEK, r.
IiUMrtr 'atatl "wiolOHleetilei
r1
iu
cr
WINESI.ClXltjft&,
. ii r
no t j
1 'AN'r.
TOBACGO i
. ... nl
, iA u I - 1 . -
- Agent for the lientirnnila pf
. . . ;! '
CllEAM ANJ) f?T0CK ALU,
ImporlrU Alrn r lllllcii'iit KIiiiIh.
75 Ohio Levee,
Il.ltl I'"" '''
tl . . , . . CAIUO, ll.l.lNDlt.
b. M'.ST.O'UlvFJi'KTJI,
VOt'cwin-niiLK a triirmiriu
Kn-tiryf ri'iauaalt.WliiiliUaii'- lleiiloi1 ii
Forvlipi mui ItouicHlli-
L I QyRS W 1 NES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Levkk,
CUBO. JM.OJS',1,!
Ll-BlklIIU ItUK'K,
1
R kMlia uu hand eonHikuttv a full blnrk of
iiifi neatucKj nuuruou. kti wi'aononirR.
Ill'lt nilivi". riru.:u ru
IUIiim ud CllornU Wlnca.
French nrumlW. HoU.n l (In
jaujuii
WHMITUKU.
B, 8. IIA1UIKLL,
DEALERIN- FURNITURE
HOUSE FUKNISIUNO GOODS,
BAR FIXTURES,
OLASSWAltE,
185 & 187 Commorcial Avcnuo
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
IBAMBKMIS.'
J. OKO. STEINH0U8E,
FASHIONABLE BARBER,
Cm. aUavat. mm CtBerclil-v.
tm IMiiip Haaora,; , , I V, t. i ' ',,
WCTcn ToweU nnd
' ' 'aWrSk'lllfull Wejjrmjrri,
aNTfdlM' lid chHdria'4 hair cut and'ihain
oed, llbwM tt shop or at their own tioincs.
aWTJaArtlt' hUk tad hair UyM 1h4fc
SjatTJW MSMar. Jlt)tln euaraaled.
THE MAIL?
AUUiVE. fl.nsr.
North, Throiiun -.. v.m.m. 2""p.m
" 'ny , 2 21 p.nl. Hi"1 1'.m
Bomb, Way, . W.W P-'' iW P-"1
" Through N, Atcm-
phlMr.'0.ililmtin
ai:itp.ii(, H.mp.in,
Olnn Rlrr route. ('
Mor1C!:.:.'W... li'Wp.nl. e.W)p.mi
lion Moiinlrn.'ll B .- tMn.M. IMop.m
l.. liter nj'il., 'Mrnliijr
an J KrWw.....i.w :'' p."'.
Tlilff Hon IflilDd K Snnin
f. UK. Tli'urJay A I'rl
lur......,'- Uh.U ' 1 C:(lp.m.
J:(Op.m
T:().m,
M.j rlt.f, Il'iko lril.o n nl
lolHliO, Kf II:lia.lll
4.no p.m.
nine iioih. ,
Ocnrrnl IVI.vtry, 7j30n.m.
"iiftiHjKHiqug.tn.)
MhnprdnlTdonrulinrnt 8.( ditiu 0.IO
ItrRlntr-r " " " " 8;(m n.m. 6.00 p.m.
Money Order iuiJ llojinirr ilopattiiipiitrt not
oprn on Snndnyn.
SECRETOHDEHS.
TltR MABOSS.
tiAiRo',rvMMADicuY, No. X StAlol Aucm'iljr
til Iho A.jlnm Mamoiii) Hnll, flrtt nnJ.tlnril Hni.
tlhlnm lrirnMi ituinlri. . '
"IjAiiioCocxcif, No. 21. Hogulnr Convoonllonnt
Mrwonle llnll.tlio fecoml l'rlilny Inencli niontli.
CAino Ciitl-rrn, No. 71. legillar; Convncallon
lit Mrwonlc Hull, on tlio llilnl Tucs.lpy of every
month.
Caiko Iino'r, No.Z)7 P. A A. M Ttogntar Com.
munlPAllons nt Slavonic llntl, llio tccond nnd
fourth Mondnyn of each month.
llr.LTA I)i.or, Vo.tta V. 4 A. M.-llcgtilnr Com
munications nt JlAonlo Hall flrat nnd third
Tlirdaynrln,ecti inqnlh.
TIIK ODD-PKt.I.OWS.
Air.xAMir.B Lnnnr, 221. Stpct In OJd F lltw'a
Hall, In Artcr'a lliilllln, every Thursday even.
Injr, nt 8o'clo.
l'iiiiricl rvcr.v moriiliiir. Jlonilny ox.
't'jnori.
CITY NEWS.
UltEVITIES.
A negro named r.co had his leg broke Natter place, .contributing dn no small da
during a scufllo In ."Ilssouri, on tho Fourth, lgrco
A boy named Heiieomp wn shot J P -
tlirougli tho hand by
I11.4 lirothor on f
Fourth. ' i-' ' '
m . n ' ' ' v.lO
Mr. Cliar'les! at)fl.j-p b
aj been om-
ployed to suryoy tho. joi'
,o of tlio proposed
Junction, raJlrjoa2k
ffqairo &'
tho delegation
- l, W- -'in, ncnueu
W ''UeU 1110 J'-OKOrl nl
" .... -r. l . ft..U.KHl. 'nnf
.cursion on tho Fourth.
Herman lloincko, when Inst heard I
ill
1.1 I
num. iu .v.... .'h1' t fJi
in tlio snddlory nnd hnrncss business,
iiis
brotlior, Charles L. Holncke, is in tho city,;
from SacrnnicnLp, Col., in search -of .him,
nnd will ho thnnknirror any iniortnationii'ior
. - . I i r 4. . li -
rchiling to him. Mr. C. L. lLlilV.?rPinK 1
"uTltcnry Dinklo's.
-Mr.DowneV Wcsk'us to slnlo that
.V,rn 1. nnlriith In tho renOrt'thnt llO was
i .-ii.Mii,.ri. Aiih0sUr.r.ostIoii
uw.uu ......... . " . ...
ol somo rauronu incnus iiumuuii;" i "." "
!... i:.. !, nollllnna
... -t., n, tninrot nf tlin I
s.gned, but was done in tho interest of tho
llllVl-llll'ui."u."B "tj I .
ll..n.l. .mil in rnmnvn aomu Wron2 no- I
tlons In tho.colorcd mind. - T .
Tlioironliles in l'nrtsiinvo at tasisuut
i : r ,. i. . a -i ii ' . . ....
sided, nnd AVm. Ehlcrs 1ms recotved n
laruo invoice of "Jodnfnnii "Jiorciar-,
French calf skins two or tho host brnnd
made, T.'hich ho is ready and willing to
innnnfocturollrito boOU and' shoes, for nny
..(
nd.j.11 nononi who nrd Wil ihg to pay tho!
Trigh,st cash prices. II s shop s on 20th;
street, opposite tho oourt, li(lu60,hbtcl.
ioistr
William AHin'a bnrbor shop is grow
ine In public favor ovory day. It is neatly
fitted uw. and can boast ol mo most bkiii-
. . . - . i i .i.m
full workmen In tlio city. ino proprietor
has had many ycaw' pxparjanco in his bus-
lncfS unU 8 recognizuu lis i'u m ino must
expert shavers in Southern Illinois, while
young Alba Ms a master in Ills prolession
Citizens nnd strnngcrs who wish a pain
jlei. shiive, a luxurious,, elmnipooiiig, or
their lmlr cut in tlio latest stylo should
'patronize Alia. His shop is on Washing
ton avenue noxtdoorto UniinonV nows
depot;
Tim burlier sliop rir (lusv Ilime, onTSey
ciilli street, between Com'morclnl avcnuo
nnd Ohio levee, haa'beoonio n' pluco of
popular resort, visited by nil persons wiio
know how to, "ppreh)t0' , cluso nnd de
licious shave. ' (iu is u master in his pro-'
le.lon, and employ ,mly lho,liuo3t skill
ful of workmen. ' Ills razors arc always In
order, his towels faulllesilv glean nnd hi
shop tlio neatest utrd uio-t comfortal ,o in
tho citj'. (live Gun a cull, and exper jnco
bis skillful ininiiipiihitlt'iu'a 'of'lj'oiir 1 -ard
and 'you will' know whnt tlio pleauro of
i (lri-i'lMii jIiivq nia) '
Howi:'h SKwi.vd 'M'al'iun'k. Having,
leatcd tlio corner room of the Athcmeiim
building, Ubiill rwporjt i('hdn'biStdy);eop
hand a good assortment of tmichlnrs.
Purties desirous of gotting machines would
o well to cnll and sou' wlult1 ours1 'will do
before buying. Machines sold on monthly
Intlnllmcnts, and old ones taken at their
i-aliiQ In exchange. AlPmuclilncs war
ranted flvo years. Tp 111:011.1100,1110 sew-,
Uig ma'cliliti wui tffo 'study of T.liitrlfowo,
r:. twontv-Qvu year 111:0. llo uavo to
tho world tho llrst-e'wlnB,Wacfilno over
Invented. "Wo now olfer his last produc
tion. Cull and Wil us on Cbmmdrctnl nv
cnue, corn.
rtw.rootivor tliii Athuneuni VtJlJdj
I i'bfllW! Agent lor Coiiipuny.
lng.1
lcCO-lw.
ItHiiiiLK' aWA- H"aVk.D. Horiry
-ltool and l'lunt Pills aro mild nnd picnic
ant in their operation, yet thorough, pro'
ducltig no nausea orgipigjjolng on
tlrely vegetable, they" can bo taken with
out regard to diet or business. Thoy
arouie tho liver and tcCrciivb iirgans into
hculthy action, throwing oil' disoaso with-
outtexhausling or debilitating th'u systoni
Try thcni'-nnd you will bo satisfied
Prlco'25 cents a box. Sold by (Ir'uggLls
hr)al dcalcri'!'"ln medlcinu everywhere.
Prepared by tho Orttfton Mcdlclnb'Co.. St J
I I . II. . V 11
jjuuu, Jiu. .; my .ijin
For Sali:. Tliost9ro-hoii on tjiu cor
ner of Tenth nnd Walnut slYcoUj tun) nlto
tho stbfci'of grocurles lliretn, jtrjoU'ured
fr sujo together or' icporately. Also, a
,goti L"riggy and harness will bosojiiion
prlvtito tonus. Apply'for particulars on
tho premises.
; ju7tr
UEN.4'E01IOLri,
KiNJJLiNu. fiOO " glass boxes " for salo
,tt1 4 (rents each. ' W. "W.-Tiioknton,
!Jp21tL
THE FOURTH.
Itnw nmniTM nELItlilt
-ELKIIUATl) Itr WHB
TitKv wfT a1) what Timv rin A
M.KAMAUT TIMK ALL AKOVNH,
Cnlro. 6n (lio l'oiirlii, ngnln Inclitlscd
tlio vory jutitnnblo liolldny fcusloin It
lina 6f loyoM rmiloti into, nnu unijiiieu
lUolf. TJiIa jirocoss Icgnti unrly Jn tlio
mtirnllig. tym on " very inrgo sbalf, Willi
tlio
,t. T.. OilUnCII KXCUlOlONi
Tlio tcnmor T. P. Eckort, commanded
by Cnpt. Dugnrt) had boon clinrtoiod fur
tlio occntlon, to carry tlio cxciirtionliU to
ft point on tho Tcn,nooo river and return.
By 'eight o olock between flvo and U
hundred periont covered her dock, nnd
in n quarter of an hour nftcrward alio Ion
our wharf. This cargo of humanity, it it
conceded, was tho largctt In numbers and
lho,moit rcp6ctablo 'ln ciinrnctur, which
nny Ilka occasion In Onlro has culled
out for yonri. It wn mado up mostly of
married folks, with just n sufllclenl sprink
ling of youth to kcop tho old folks straight'
Tho ministry was there in'foreo, Resides
our own divine, tho. royorouds Coun,
Footo and Thompson, there, woro alto on
board cro l'adu,caU Ixvvl be.cn roached, tho
reverends Campboll of Villa IUdgo,
.Latbrop nnd Scott of Metropolis, nnd
Vnn Trons of Mound City. Tho ex
cursionists woro mado up of lnwyors and
bankers, tnorcbants nnd doctors, nnd ink.
tllngors nnd tradosmon, with llioir fnm-
ilirs, Tho fresh, bracing air of tlio Ohio,
had an enlivening effect nnd. toon woro olT
tho hurry nnd fn ulwnyi incdent to tho
preparation-making of such nflalra. Tho ex
cursionists settled fairly down for fcnioy.
tnent, sovcrnl national nlrs wora sun, ac
companied by Mr. Coa on, u cabinot or
gan, kindly furnUKcd, by Mr. Carton. On
tho way up soma- twenty or twonty-flvo
persons w.or.Q. taken on at Mound Oity,
about, twoaty at Caledonia, at from sixty
Uo.olghiy at Metropolis, tho ladles of tho
to 'n0 general good look of tho whole
rty. Paducah was reached and thero
Jlr. Faxon, of tho Kenluckian, boarded-
the .Kckcrt, and asked for tho bar. As
certaining that thero was a healthy ftb-
sencoof tho artlclo ho quitted tho bunt In
disgust, muttering something about his
Creator, churches nnd picnics generally.
TJio trip uptho Tennessee river was mado,
and durui&luo return, lion. JJ. w. Jiunn
ha'd hls saltsfnclion out of tho declaration
oMndepdndencc, whilo Mr. Oborly po-
. , . ... .
,.i.n,ii im II. nt tvn nfi Alirnf A '
tThomost
r
INTKItERTINO VKATUHK
of tho trip, however, was tho contest waged
. ..... C
mo ini iiosaesiiou ui n rvunjr wuumui
b,oquot presented to tho mnnngomcnt of
tho cxcutsion uy nr. .nooro.-oi jiciropo-
. Y n.....Kc...Ui.u.u, . . u.u
unucrsuinuuii; urn- i..u ,.i.....e. ....m.u
Permit it tcibo voted to tho most popular
i.,nrf l.U.nn tlir, liont. It vim cmi.ll.
- -
"ncu lliav u.u yuulj; huu,u u.h v a u-
uuenu nnu cnu wiiu mo wiiisnu Bignui ior
... .. . b
, , ....... i r
ton cents each, and a vblor to bo limited
B i
only bf his ''pllo." Tlio fair contcsants,
(mado so by their friends,) wero Misses
- - . . . ., .
Molllq AV.eub, Alico simonds and Matlio
Williamson. Tho last named young lady
received -101 votes and was awarded tho
boquct. IL-rcollzod 100.50. Tho excur
sionisis rciwuuii uuiu huvu, ..hi. uo.
, v Vntl(1 oxproS5od( individually,
lijl'g2cHrralsoforCapt.Dugan,.ndth,
itfrl gontlcmon who constituted thi
sionists reached hero at about half past
tho
ladles arid eontlcmon who constituted tho
mnnagemont. Notnn accident occurred
Tlio I'grb'ss receipts will sum up between
. ; 1 1 .11
six anu.aeven uunurcu uon irs.
I 1 TIIK IIIIlKlt.VIA.VS,
according to progrnmmc, pnradod tho
principal 'strcots of tho city in uniform,
hcadod by tho silver cornet bund. They
proiontcd an excellent nppearnncoa body
of men of which Cairo feels justly proud.
Tlio FlorAfJardon was reached about ten
o'clock, wherii,ovorything wi in readiness
to rccclyo them. A lino string band had
iicen ongnged, and those who folt dl
posod to danco woro' treated to tho best
music'. Tlio arrangements yoro comploto
and untler tho direction of President
Mcllalo and hloompclont commlttcomon,
qvorythlng pascj off moothly At night
thero wm a display of flro wcrks und a
cpnt'inuaneO'bf llld festivities of tho day.
IKvory way consldcrod, ,tho Hibernian's
cc-lobrntion was a grand 6iiccoss.
1 ' tiik notions
hfcld tholr picnic on tho Kentucky shore
opposite towii. Tho slcamcr Odd Fellow
had boon engaged to convoy persons to
and from tho grounds and mado it's first
trip at 8 n.m. Up to noon tho attend
nn'co was slim, but in tho afternoon largo
crowds wont ovor on each trip of tho
boat. Tlio grounds hud boon woll cleared
and carefully prepare for dancing,
v(lilo the best nrrangemonis woro visible
ontovory hand In tho refreshment lino.
D:uiciugr tvij kept VP r1!' '.almost' iduik
wtitill mo crowu reiurneu 10 vucir iiuiues,
well sntliflcd with tho cnlovtnontprovidod
forllhem by tho Houghs. It we, also, wo
aro pleased to stato u succott overy' way
Thtj Houghs nover giyo nny plc-nlcs which
nro'.not.
, ELSEWHERE MOUND CITV, I .
At Mound City tho wholo people turned
but ami had a grandtiuloii. , celebration
Speaking, feasting, toastlngi and lounging
in tbo groves woro tho order of tlio day.
Judgo Orecn, of this city, dolivorcd nn
nppropriato address, which wai woll re
ceived. AT YII.LA ltIDfJi .
there was also a celebration, in. which
ovcryboJy thero "nllnglod: A 'good tlmo
und good feeling provallod, superinduced
partly by tho presenco of our townsman,
S. P.i Wheolor, Esq., who did th mntn
tiilkljig on' tlio occasion.
AT llllUi's POINT
tlipxcblorcd people had their colebratlon.
Tlioy'.nll datiewl, and several cplorcd speak
ers addressed tho crowd, tho Iter. Shore,
rending tho declaration of independence
'which. Lincoln signed tho fifteenth
amendment.
And so ended tho day.
Meatt. Tho branch meat shop of Jmncs
ICynaston, located on Commercial avenue,
noxt door'to tho grocery store of .lames
Carroll, Is now in full blast, nnd this pop.
ulnr'butchtjr is supplying nil thq rollnul
meat onlo'rs of that portion of the Fourth
Ward 'with splendid nicu't. if you have
not tried him give him a pall. tf
BOARD'OF ALDERMENt
lRu'nMnectlng6f the llonrdof AWermrn.l
. Council Chaniber,l
i ... (. Oj.lro, ltir, Jut3 1871,
Ahiprman JtenrJr.n ln tlm ohnlr..
l'resunt AJdorman Jlutlor, Fitzgerald,
JWMdfch, filrnrtdn. fiwnvnn Waldcr ntld
Wntor7.
AU6ht--Aii(6fJiioH Oarroll, Cunnii
Ham, ItloK Mcicalf.nnd SeAmLr,.
On motion, of Aldorirmn Vii..oinld. tho
muuing oi iuo journal was dispensed with,
in '
ii .... .
AN okniKAVf
Abtllfornn brilinanco ntinAi
(An
ordinnnco to amend ()rllnn n jo
wlilcli was Inlet ovpj M th rcruliir
meellnu of.tk Lgard, was takon up and
4a. Ai icrnun uudor moved tb table.
;.irrieu its loiiuwa:- nyof.j iludor, Pitr.--criild,
IteiirdutiHtrnttort and AVIntor 0.
Niiyr, Swnytifr Miiil,Valdor 2.
On motion of AUcrmna iKtratton. tho
riading of tho reports of officers wa dli-
penj.ed with.
PKTITION.
ldcrmnn "Winter prcscntod the noti-
tlon of Iloiuming & Coopor, proprietors
of a monngorin nnd circus, praying that
tho license for their exhibiting in Cairo
may bo fixed at not exceeding llfly dol
lars a day. Alderman "Winter moted
to grant. Carried.
HILLS.
Tho bill of Thomas Mrvhan amounting
?2'J.29 for hauling lumber, having been
allowed by tho Select Council, was pre
sented for concurrent nction. Alderman
Fitzgerald moved lo allow. Carried as fol
lows s Ayoi lludcr, Fitzgerald, Hear
den, Swayno nnd Wintor G. Nays
Stratton nnd "Waldor 2.
Tho following bills having been referred
to tho Committee on Claims woro reported
back by sold commlttco with tho recom
mendation that thoy bo allowed
J Lehmoa, hauling drunken man to lnll.,.8
N A Ivore,2tdays workoncieewnlta, at
is 00
T Kitagcrald, 24 dayi work 011 sldovralLi
72 00
m ax .. ..
Frank Hernia, 21 days work on tidewalka
at 12 00 ' 1.
48 00
48 00
GO
303 00
71 33
JohnMcNtilty, hauling drunken man Iq
WmMCIIMe. dlctlnir nrlaonera for Juno...
.1 . ujcrnui r com i
Hunttou A Ilrd, fornall,lurnlhed cl.y...
inomna riiinrram. wtiance uu mm lor
laiirtosworK in nay ..
0 It Woadward, nalla furolabed oity
John It Obarlr A Co., pubtlahlng council
proceedinga lor June, etc
H Walter, f. r lumber furnished city
& 00
19 110
M 60
31 tl
1 aim tii v I.B4 inmnmv. frn. Mnii man i.
street lamna for Juno....-..-...- - 279 00 I
" - j r j x . w .... u. j ...
rowers a Miner, sharpening toola rot city
eta - - 8 CO
Taylor A I'araona, two quarters' leaaa of
lots una 34, iiiovk ib, uue junezu so 00
Thomas Median, hauling lumber for city 60 00
ki jiianoncy. ior worn on aireeia z uaya
at $2 on,...-. 61 00
Thonma Nanghton, lor work on street 2t
uaya Ki x w M w
Wm M1! tie, In charge of oaln-gang 23
uaya ai uu... ua iw
O Lynch, for 1 monlha rent of homo...- ti 00
Alderman "Winter moved to nllow snld
hills. Carried by tho following vote:
Ayes Dudor, Fitzgerald, llcardon, Strat
ton, Swayne, Wnldcr nnd "Wintcr-7. Nny
0.
Tho Commlttco on Claims to whom alto
tho following salary bills wero referred re
ported tho samo back recommending pay-
mont thereof.
F Dross, PM, salary for thrto months tn
Juno D.1B71 - I7S 00
llSlmneiay, I' M, salary for June- 2.1 00
K A oilmen, salary aa lompitonor lor Juno ti uu
F M Sumner. ar.lary as l'olico Conatablo for
June 71 00
J M Velrur, nalrry aa l'olico CoaaUble fop
juno ,j uu
John Shechan, salary aa l'olico Constable for
iuna - - a uw
A Cain, .alary as Mnrahal for Juno SO 00
LH Myers, ualary aa Chloi of Police -for
- JUbo. r.: S3 S3
Joaenh II Tavlor. aularv iu Treasurer ft.r
June ; ..'. ".- 100 00
M. J llowlcy, aalarna City Clerk for June,..10O UO
Alderman Budor moved to nllow. Car,
rlcd as follows :
Ayes lludcr, Fitzgerald, llcardon,
Stratton, Hwaync, Waldor and "Winter 7.
Nays 0.
Tho samo commlttco to whom was re
ferred tho judgment of S. P. "Wheeler for
$102. 01 reported tho samo back, rccom-
monding payment of tho amount without
interest.
Aldormun "Wintor moved to allow as re
commended. Carried as follows :
Ayes Budor, Fitzgerald, Itcardcn,
Stratton, Swayne, Waldor and "Winter 7.
Nays 0.
Bl'ECIAI. COMMITTEE UErOItT ON GA8 1IILL8
Tho Special Commlttco horotoforo up
pointed to examine corlain bills of tho Cai
ro city gas company reported in favor of
allowing tho gus company but $3.00 a
month for each stroetMamp.
On motion of Adorman "Wintor tho ro
port was received apd' ordered filed.
Tho following bills wore, on motion of
Alderman Wintor, nllowod at tho rato of
$3.00 a month (or each lamp.
Cairo City Rat Company tor gut consum
ed in COstreet Imnpa lor March 8270 00
Cairo City Uaa Company for gaa' consum
ed in ci street lumps lor April,-........- 271 &o
CiiroCitv Gas Company for iras contum
nl In CO atroet lamna lot Mar..- 270 00
Cairo City (ins Company forgaa'consnmod
iiojaireei lumpa ior Jiiao uu
Tho voto on Aldormau Winter's motion
was as follows :
Ayes Dudor; Fitzgerald, Stratton)
Swayno, Waldor nnd Wintor 07
Nays Hcarden 1.
Tho bill of Powers & Millor. amounting
to 513 35 for strengthening tho .city jail"
was roportod back by tho Committoo on
claims, recommending its roferenco to tho
Commlttco on Police und Jail. Alderman
Wintor moved to refer as recommended.
Carried.
Tho Commlttco on Claims also reported
back the bill of tho Arab Flro Company
for'iho quurtor ending Juno 30, 1871, and
rjcmmondcd Its reforenco to tho Flnanco
Cotjimltteo. On motion of Alderman
Fitsgornld tho 'rccommondaU&n' "of tho
Cotomittoo wm concurred in.
Tho sovoral bills of Morris Hood & Co.
nmauntinir to Sal2. for lumbar at S'iOnar
-M!, wero reported back by tho Commlttco
on (Haims rocommondtng thoir payment
at tho rato of $10 per M. Alderman
Fitzgerald moved to allow as rocom
mended.' Carried an folio w :
1 Ayos Budor, Fitxgorald, Hwoyno arid
Wintor-4.
Nnys ltoardon, Stratton and Waldor
-3. ' "
Tho bills of, 8. Waltors for $31.03 for
1
umber wero roportcd back by tho same
Cbniinlttoo with like recommendation.
Aldermnn-WIntcr moved that tho re
commendation of tho Commlttco bo con
curred In. Carried as follow:
Ayes lluder, "ll'itigorald, Swayne and
AVlntcr 4.
, Nnys HcardenfSlrntton nnd Waldor
-:i. .rth a.-
. Tho' bills of tho Cairo City Gas Com
puny amounting to $94.05 for gas conr
sinned nt'lnWovornl flro engine houses
and Council Chamber to Juno 1, 1871.
mro on motion)' of 'Alderman PJtjjgorftld
rofcrrcd lo tho City Marshal to oxamlno nt
to tholr corroctnoas..(
AN bnDIlfAML'jJ.
Upon Its first rending And laid ovor; un
der tho rule, uhtll tho noxt mcotlng of tho
Hoard, an ordinnnco entitled "An ordi
nnnco In roforonco to tho Pollco Porco."
ADJOURNMENT.
On motion of Alderman Budcr tho
Hoard adjourned to moot again on Thurs
day ovunlng noxt, nt 7) o'cloet.
M. J. Howl id. City Clerk.
ATTEMPTED MURHERT
con nnrcK DANor.nounLT, if not fatally
STATinKI) PnOBABLK KKCAl'K QV TIIK
MUKOKHKU.
Between tho hours of two and thrco
o'clock, yesterday moiling, throo Italian,
named respectively, Dominic Giovanni
nnd Johannes , and Baptitto Bothottone,
sunoosod to bo drunk, attacked tho saloon
of Pat. Clancy, on Ohio lovoc, brcuklng In
tho windows, nnd transom lights. Mr.
Con Bryco, an inmate of Clancy's, nnd nn
cmployo of tho Contral railroad company,
was awakened by tho disturbance, and
nVmlng hlmsolf, wont down stairs to ascer
tain Its cause. Beaching tho ptvemcnt,
in night dress, ho asked tho business of
tho maratrdori, and was answorcd by hav
ing n largo dirk knlfo plunged into his
back, almost undor tho right shoulder
blndc. His pistol dropped from his grasp,
nnd ho fell instantly on tho ground. Tho
assassins tied,, but tho brolhe.rs Bethestona
woro captured by tho watchman of tho
railroad nnd lodged In (all. Giovanni.
who it is bclloved inflicted the stab, es
caped, and up to tho hour of going to
press had not been heard from. Ho was
tho ownor of tho saloon Just abovo Sack
borger'i, on tho levee, and bears tho repu
tation of a desperado. Bryco is vory dan
gerously if not fatally woundod. Ho is
an old citlzon of Cairo, and is esteemed
an honest, hard-working man. One of the
Italian brolhors, now in the county Jail,
bad Just arrived in Cairo from Italy, on
the morning of tho Fourth, and cannot
speak a wrk of English. His brotlior is
tho owner of a fruit stand just adjoining
Korsmoyor's, on Sixth street.
CIRCUIT COURT.
GRAND AND TRAYERSC JORORI4 CRIMINAL
DOCKET CAHKOr nOYLEvs. KXLLY.
The Aloxandor county circuit court
convened in regular session yesterday
morning at ten o'clock, pursuant to ad
journment of Monday. David J. Baker.
judgo : John Q. Barman, clork ; A. H. Ir
vin, sheriff. Tho stato t attorney being
absent, P. E. Albright was by tho couit
appointed lUto's attorney pro tein. Tho
morning .session was consumed in empan
noling nnd charging the juries. Henry
"W. Halllday, Esq., was swoia as foreman
of tho grand jury, and Geo. Hill, Erq., so
locted as tho bailiff of that body, which is
composed oftbcfollowing persons:
a RAND JURY.
II F Halllday, Fm'n "Wm J Milford
P P Itichardson Jas H Upsohurder
John Dorton
Prcnch Jones
Elija Dickorson
James Kynn
John Hodges
S P Bennett
P Corcoran
liar man Ablo
Jnmos Ellis
Patrick Hifard
"Wm Lonegaft
Thos "Wilson
"W W M McPhctora
OWSawlns
F A Short
TRAVERSE JURY.
B F Mcltarcn
James Thomas
Samuol McGco
Jeiforson Millor
David Herbert
F M Ward
H S Hagoy
Prod Pulton
Wm In man
Rufut Bowlot
John Irhy
Monroe Stono
Wcsloy Stewart
Thomas Douglass
Samuol Troiol
Wm Downs
Prod Whlteamp
Wm James
M J Buckley
Joseph Bross
Timothy Koakley
John Hardin
Arthur Boylo
Tho criminal
docket was informally
called and all cases not ready for trial dis
posed of.
In tho afternoon tho caso of tho people,
etc., rs. Pat. Kolly, charged with assault
ing Arthur Boylo with intont to murder
was tried beforo a jury. Copt, Mc
Cartney, having arrived, appeared
fortbe pcoplo; Green and Albright for
tho defendant. Verdict of not guilt)'.
Tho caso of tho pcoplo vs. Goo. Shanks,
charged with assault to murder, by shoot
ing at a negro, on' board steamer Illinois,
was taken up alid most of the ovidenco
hoard. Tho caso will bo argued this n.m.
by McCartnoy for tho pcoplo, nnd, by
Muutvnnd Albright for tho defendant.
The trial of John McElvoy, for the mur-
dor of John M. Prico'hns boon set down
for next Friday. Court call thjs morn
ing nt 8:30 o'clock.
Thanks. Tho ladies of tho Baptist
church greatofully thank Uioso who so
gonerousiy gavo and helped nt tnoir late
festival, especially Messrs. Oborly and
Johnson. .By Order or Committee.
Great Excitement. Tho city has
been agitated during tho past week on tho
subject of tho oxcollent St. Louis Beer,
Weiss Boer, Rhino Wino, and splendid
cigars for snlo nt Charley Schohamoycr's
saloon. His Weiss Boor is becoming a
popular drink his Rhino Wino is tho,
best In' tlio city, his St. Louts Beer
always Ico cool. Tho Egyptian Saloon is
located nt tho cornor of Tenth street and
Washington avenuo, whoro all lovers of
good things lo drink should call.
Shoes Warranted. Mr. Black of tho
City Shoo Storo, ngont for tho salo of our
genlomciis', ladles' nnd misses' shoes, it
authorlzod by us to warrant all of our
shoes bearing tho stantp of tho City Shoo
Storo, nnd to replaco with now ones all
shoes of our brand sold by him that may
rip. , Brolaski & Co.,
. JyO-tf Shoo Manufacturers, St. Louis,
ion Exchange. An invoieo of hats
and caps and othor morchundiso for a
smal houso nnd lot in Cairo. For doslrn
bio property will pay tomo cash differ
once. Call at No. 140 Commercial avenue
Elliott, Haythorn & Co.
Kxftv Cool. itotrlgorators, ico chests
water coolers, I X L ico cream froosors
bath tubs, japanned cloth fdr window
scroons, etc., etc., at
BEER WART, ORT1I & CO.'S,
myl8tf 130 Cdra. Ave
St. Paul and return via Chicago, re
turn via Dunlolth, $32.00. Good for 80
days. 1 - Jylt
SALE
tV HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN VURNITURIi.
I will oflbr for talo, on Friday,
July 7, nt 10 o'clock a. m, nt thorotldonco
of Malhow Clarke, on corner of Twolflh
and Poplar strcots. n larco assortment of
parlor, bedroom and kllchcf furniture,
consisting of sofas, obnlr, mirrors, carpots,
Dcuttcadt. mattrostot. nil owt. bureau,
knives and fork, cooking stove, etc. Also,
one flno milch cow and calf will bo told.
Salo poslllvo and without reserve.
D. Hartman, Auctlonoor.
Caution I Druggists are lometlmot
careless, and In purchasing their stock get
hold of an imitation of Dr. Sago's Catarrh
Remedy, or a counterfeit article, and Inno
cently toll it for the genuine. Novcr buy
a package without seeing that tho namo
printod upon it is Dr. Sago's Catarrh Krm
ndy, and not Dr. Sago's Catarrh Cure, Now
Catarrh Curo, Catarrh Reliever, or tomo
other similar sounding narao. Also that it
tins printed both upon the wrapper and
also upon tho U. S-irovnfnmnnt il.mn
which is upon It, tho words : It. V. Plerco
M. D., Buffalo, N, Y. In this way you
will bo suro to got tho genuine. 671.
jyuuivwn.
St. Nicholas. Day boardors can sc-
curo good accommodations at tho St. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) nt $4 per
wqok. Tho houso Is at tho corner of Ohio
lovea and Eighth street, n central location.
and is proprlctorod bv Hartv Walker.
a r '
who Is alivo to tho wants of bis patrons.
Parties desiring boardtng nnd lodging can
learn terms on Inquiry at tho ofJlco.
mayjuti
Come to Stay. Kobort Hold has per-
msnently established n conl yard at Cot
tonwood Point, Mo- for tho purpoio of
supplying steamboats with coal. Tows at
all times, day or night.
jeStf C.S. Hutchinson, Agent.
Wm. Eh Li us has tho best brands, tf
French calf, moroccos, kid, buckskin and
patent leathers, all of which bo will man
ufacture into tbo latest style of boots and
shoes to suit the tasto of any and all his
patrons, jno21tf
CANS I CANS 11 CANS 1 11
Flvo hundred dozen No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS AT THE NEW-YORK 8T0RT, at $1.00
per dozen. Largest wholcsalo and retail
stock In tho citv. .
Greely Si Patieh.
Por Salk-A gooJ open buggy. Ap
p.y to James Jounron, Stono Depot.
Je2e-lw.
HANKS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or (1AIBO.
DANIEL 1IUR1), President;
KOBKRT W. MILLER, Vice -President;
C. N. UUOIIGM, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
ITtXCIIANOE, roin, hank nnUia nnd United
12i UUtea securities bought and sold.
Inlcsreat Allawcel ost Tlsue DfltMila.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
B-A.3ST3C.
C'liartard Xarelt 31, ISO.
orrtrt i.m
L
CITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIKO.
orriciM:
A. II. S1FFORP, President;
H. 8. TAYI.OU, Vice-President !
W. IIYHI.0P, HeciDtarr and Treasurer.
V. W. IIaiclat,
F. M. HTucKrircTII,
K. H. CINJ.INUHAH,
CllAS, nALIOHIK,
1'AI L O. BCIIUI,
W. P. IlAltlVAT,
J, U. Piiillii,
UopiMllN at nny AtnoDitt Rtvtl ved from
4 Ttt tents Vpwartln.
JNTEKEST paid on deposits nt the taol six
percent, per annum, March 1st and Heptem
r 1st. Intereat not withdrawn la added imme
diately to the principal of tho deposits, thereby
giving (hem compound Interest,
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY
OTUAT MO QXC IUI CAN DSAW IT.
Open every. buaineja day from 0 a.ii. to 3 p.m.,
aad Saturday evening lor HAVINd IJKI'OSITa
only, from S in 8 o'clock.
auSOtf W. IIYSLOP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAIRO IM.INOIN.
CAPITAL
i .
'tjiop.ooo
I I
ii.tr
orrmaai
W. P. II ALU DAY, President ;
A. D.8AFF0IID, Cashier;
WALTER HYSLOP, AasisUot Cashier,
Biaarroast
Staats TATtoa, Postal H. Cinnitoiiak,
8C0Tt WBITI, W. P. llALUDAV,
Qao. D. Williamson, BrtrnrN Bud,
A. H. HArroan,
Exchange. Colts, aud liUted utatea
Bottd Uoiicht aud Hale).
DEP09IT8 recelred, and
busluess done.
a general banking
BUTCHERS.
THH PEOPLE'S MEAT JJABKK
C'HASV. OAYKK at -'
PsorauToaa.
RKEP constantly On rians the Uat f.'b?eL
rSrk.mutlon.vsal, lamb. ts. puddtag.
eto. Freah whlta lard In any quaatlly, oraw
'TffiwSfr astliUcUoawarran-
vwaansitsiurf luuwAiiin.'
CLOSE & VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSJO
MERCHANTS.
AND
TYOT A T.'UI i t-. .
-" li 1. fVL
5kmknt, Plahtkii Paris,
AX1J
11 T A r. m .
s j.j A n t ri 11 P. It N It a r ir
Carster Rlahttt Mrert aad s.i.
CAIRO, ILL.
URTEtt CUIIL
ain.t-sira
HT r TT T - m- '
v. w aii .i ii i. I . ii ix nt '
- ' AI
AND
MIIiLEHS' AGENT.
No. 80 Ohio Lovce,
CAIRO, ILLINOIH.
Orders solicited ami promptly filled.
Jyldlf
II. .M. IIULEN,
VJIVUUI'JIV AND UUJ tKUVH)
ivrBKajv.asra',
No. 134 Commorcial-avc,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MILLER & PAItKEH,
GENERAL COMMISSION
axn -
'forwarding merchants,
AND
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, eto.
68 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
JOHN B. PJIILLIS,
(Hucccssor to Parker 4 I'hlllls,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AMD
FORWARDI NO M KUCHA NT,
AND
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTU-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, I I.I.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Succesaura to K. V. Llandrick k Co.
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS
AND
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS,
aurto, 1LI
aAjI.ilieral Adfantra made upons2.ay
BaZ Consignments. SV
Are prepared lo recelre, store and forward
frclxhu to all points and buy and
ell on commission. '
tvsrnuilnen attended lo promptly.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE.
(Huccesaor ol Ayer A Co.)
FLOUR
AND
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, Illinois.
REAL ENTATK AOE9T,
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AND
AUCTIONERS,
71 (second FLOOR) OHIO LEVEE,
CAIKO, ILLS.,
Ruv and Sell Real Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
And prepare Conveyances of Kinds.
I'AINTEIl.
CARL L. THOMAS,
Is prepared to do all kinds of plain and orna
, , mental
' PAINTING,
KALSOMINING, PAPER HANGING
' BION WRITING, ETC.,
At figures which defy all competlon, and In the
1 highest style it the painter's art.
SHOP IN THE PERRY HOUSE, .
CORNER OF COMMERCIAL AVENUE AND
XIOIITH STREET.
COAI. AND WOOD.
p7M7"wAiVii
WOOD AND COAL
MEROIIANJT.
aiM
FM. WARD is prepared (o deliver the beat1
, Fire Wood and Btono Coal
IN ANY PART OV TnK CITY,
And in any quantity desired, on short notice
COAL DELIVERED at $1.50 vm ton
OFFICE Over Uoerwart, Orth a Co.'s sVov,.
two doors above the corner of Kigali) utreet and
Comwtrelal aieuue. decu
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