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Tnlt7ABl Or THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL n. n
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. 'ime-tshle ill gve rn arrlvsl An.l .If j.rl-
to f Mall train, uhiij -
Fir-reM, daily, except Snnday 3:3p.m.
AltnongVu rulr M. 1;"" train Is taken ofl
Id trains enl L" ' """"n" "
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11 R.
.Sr Loil, Lotxvat.K, Cincinnati, Ciu-
l.0, NEW VOBK, BOSTON,
POINT. EAST AND WEST.
p.i.eDrertM'.ns arrive at an.l le-avp Cairo as fol
Al,t mil'iam IiHttp.m.
,,fI, ... IIU.-lii.in lit 1.1 p.m.
1'oth train, eonncet Centralis with train on llic
Pani, l"ecatur, Hlortin iMlrti, Kl l'af, I. ?),
Jlendnta, KrTrl, "I it'll . !nlMiHe, and
all point. In ill nw-, Mi our.,
Minnesota, V iti an I
low. ni miIIi
Lines running Kl n.l UV..I for
Si. Lnnl. Hrfnjr.Vlf, Louisville,
Cincinnati, In Jvmjiolis, Columbus.
And at Chicapmith .Michiirsn Central, Michigan
Niiittiern, and Pi. burg, Kort Wayne
an.l Cincag.. ii.llruii In lor
lVlroit, ClfteU'., Ihi.iklrk.
AlUny, II.I.IOU, PhlUdrlphla,
Magra rails, line, llutNIo,
.V Tors, Pittsburg, llaltimorc,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For thronfh tickets ami Information, apply to
Illinois Central Railroad Depot.
W. P. JOHNSON,
Cenersl Pa'senger Agent, Clilcaeo,
J. JOHNSON, A(!nt, Cairo.
MOUND CITV AND OAIUO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Capt. "William II. Sandusky.
FOUR TRIPS KVERY DAY
CAIRO A. 1ST 3D 233. CITY
nT 01 ncniH .Tarrr.
At ' A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 r.M.
At 5 p.m.
Leavk Mi). City,
At B.30 A.M.
At 11.30 a.m.
At 1..30 l-.M.
At C.30 p.m.
"WILL LAND. WI1KN HAILED,
JI0X FACTOItY, HAWK'b LANI.lNd, KY.
MocTiiorrACUK, mahink ways,
ANII NAVY YAUtt.
CAIRO AND l'ADUCAII DAILY
.1P. The Wantlfnl and light-draugnt
TAJIKS PISK, JR.,
iKvn t.Mr Mu'ler,
LEAVES CAIRO DAILY,
AT S b'(LICK, I'.M. ;
LEAVES PADUOAH DAILY,
AT !( u'lUICK, A.V.
e'llavins fUptrior accommodution aim m
inn. pnniio patronage.
.el'Krti ular nltrn ion I paid to col eetion of
....... -r i-iwirei., ma inu uoai win iioi im ri'spon-
r vi,. i. i uiHfiaiiiH niiui coiiocieu.
"rATCII FP.KK, and t) a clay sure, no hum.
.M bug Address with stamti. I.ATTA A CO
1 utburg. l'a. JylHdA3ni
I AAA HOOK AGENTS WA.VlKl).-Hh;lieA
ljVJUlf, Commission js.ooo In premiums, club
..iiiumannnor uiscouni. run. circiilsrs
lie. Address 31. lniyrtln Uytn, K) l odar
i ui, sew lota. J)i3nrit
rpilF. regular annual term nftlns Law School
I willnpeaon Wednesda), )ctnl.cr 11th, ls7l.
J nil .-Jiir.e. lo terrnt .ix months, eich. fctu-
m lUimtled to tbe senior els., nn examination
I uw'ii'ation oo or U-fure October 7lli 17I.
Idire Mwi"'r ""iimi. For particulars
Aellnn Iean ori.n Faculty,
2-03 .V0HTH3rdSt.,ST.lOlS, MO.
imderslgned will pay FIFTY 1)UI.I.UH
J MUHH tor the return lu lil-n ot one Kit ol
ounlw't Touts, cr eliher of the tuoK stolen
t mi Hied A M.nu's I iiindry U-tween Sntutday
.g lai t C o'clock ami Moriilayinoriii.il!.
. ine toon were inaniinn'turi d by C. M
' , nd Lear their imprint, and were, marked
In initials"!.. U." H. (i. lll'ICK,
at Iteml .t ll.nn'. f.,...,..:.
, - II!-., July C. lr-71. JrH
IC. CKIIAM SALOON.
KE CHEA.M .SALOON,
COMMERCIAL A V EN UK,
M.e Nol.7i.ll, ,,,,,1 i:lK ,,
1' e Ci in,
'"""d a)l.eteln llieeli).
lAMlUKSOU PAHTIES SUIM'LIED
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
tx.ticiie.7t! of the public fa respectfully
KO. HO WASHISOTON AVENl.'E,
Has on hand
A PINE STOCK OP WATCH Us,
OLOCKS, JEWELltV, ETC.
Wrtlculax atUrntloD (rlrt-n o
RK1'A11UNU FINE WATCHES.
rg-st stock of
GOJil) AND SILVER WATCHES
la tin f itv. -
1 tht Hrutiu ituildlng, is ..n..fJ1dfr,,'
Vind ol bUek books to the , U"S Ju. '
TUB u! Ul,h.
( J VW p.lll. i.W i.ill.
Wnr.'.' . .MS l'.m- "i110 T."1'
South, Wny I
" Tliroimh N. O.. '."
phUnn I Columl-'i" .p''
Ohio Khrr roulo, (fc-pt
Momlay) itup.tn. 0.00 p.m
Iran Mmmtmn It. II 2.0a.m. ll:P0 p.m.
ii. Uxft route, Tuw.iJy ,
ami Krl.My '"' I'.n..
riirt, Ooof Islnrj-i A "-Mi'n
IV, 111.. i Tli.irsilay A rrl
.lay I (Jem p.m.
M.jllill, lllan.lv.l.o n.i.l
l-otelacr, Ky ll:0iJa.m.
uincr. unt il.. 1
Ot'lictal Del Ttry 7:1 il, m.
("uinl il.H loll a.m.)
Money Orilrdppaitinrnt 6.W) a.tn. COO
UcKi.-te. " " " " 8:00 a.m. Mi p.m
Moni.y Or.lcr ami ltla'er deparlnicnta net
open on fiimlaya.
OAino fi.iMMAMr.nr, No, U. Hlntoil Aaarm' ly
nl the A)lum Maaoni) Kail, flrtaiuj tlurda.Hr.
urdnra Ineni h month.
Ca.iih Ohocil, No. 21, "egnlar Convocation at
ila.onic Ilall.the focoml Krhlay in each month.
C'Aiao CiuctrK, No. "1 tlrgular," Convocation
at Mixumo Hull, on tho third 1'ucailay of every
Oaih.i I).ut, No, 2.17 V. A-A. M Kegutar Com.
municntiona at Ma.onio Hall, the arcoml and
found .Momlnya ol each month.
Iklta Loimji, No. 608 V. A. M. Regular Com
munlcationa at Maaonlc Hall flrst and third
Tliumlnys In each month.
A. rxAsnra Iinur.. 2il. Meets In OJd Kellcw'a
Hall, In Arter'a illiillJIng, evary Thursday even.
Ing, ut Ko'clojk.
TAX PUltCII ASElt'S NOTICE,
To M. M Itnwllngai Vou nro herehy notlfieil,
Hint at n alo of rea elate mailo by the pherlll of
Alexander county, nt the door of court homo, In
tliutuwnol Cairo, Alexander county, llllnoia, on
on tho 27th day of June, A. II. IB7U, C. Winston
puicliaed tho following dcucrllied real estate,
.Huate in paid county, lor Urn ta.xe. Inicre4t and
co.ta due thereon, lor the ) ear A. I). 1870, to-wlt-Fractional
N. M eec. 1, T. 17 S, It. 1 V., naaeaneii
In I ho name of M. M. Hiwllni;., and that aald C.
V i ii - to ii lint nlgned nil hla right under said
purchnio to the undersigned, nod that tho time
allowed hv law lor the redeptlon ol aald real
ela(M wll) expire on the S!7th ilny of June. A. L.
Wi, WM. I', HALLIDAY,
Cairn, Juno 3d. 1871. lY'JOdlt
Tho firm of Elliott, Haylhorn A Co., ii dissolv
ed by mutual consent, Mr. Utla Hidden of C n
cinnati, retiring. The bu.liiraa w ill to continued
Uj Klllntt A Hnythorn. They nuitime all liabili
ties and collert all money due the llrui.
OSCAR. HA YTHOItN,
In consKiucnco of the above change, and to
mnke room (or a large slock ol fall good, we
mark nil Koods down 'n east lirU'es lor the
next thirty dr;. III.MOITA llAYl'HORN.
Cairo, hily ltf,187l.-JyllOdlwr
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
Tho Forty-Third Annual Session of tho
Will open on Monday Sept. 4th, '71
TIiIh is tho onlv Institution of I.earnidir inthn
weM, having lieen established In 1W, Thocourto
of KliHlicn nllers every fuclllly for aciulrlng n
wiorongii ciiishiuoi auo i.iiinmerciiu emulation.
VnlHloguvs i.ontiilning Instructions to tiarcntN
mullul particulars, will liu i-cnt on application to
lt.v k. ii. mtunti:i1kck, h. j.
i-resiueni, .. i.oui L'niverslty,
l'liltllslirtl t'tory miirnltii;, Momlny x
At liulf-pnst nno o'clock this morning
U.o grocery ttoro of Mr. l'nt Uurku, on
Vourth street, was discovered to bo on fire,
Tho ulrtrm wiia sounded, nnd nil tho ongincs
wcro promptly on the ground, tho Arnba
getting llrst water hy a second or two, th
Rouglia throwing niut siinultnncously
Tho Ilibcrnians ciiiuu cIumj nftor and did
Tho liouso and stock woro destroved
tho former vatucd nt f3,iw ami tho hitter
nt 1,000. Tim ainonnt of insuranco wo
could not Icnrn.
Mr. Ilurko and family nro absont from
tho city. Tho origin of thu llro is not
Alilurnmn Carroll is seriously ill,
I'aducah hus base bull on tho brain.
If you want n clean shuvo go to Al
'J'lio dny.s have ili-rt.-ittil eighteen
.Mr. (iivon Hagoy U conllncd to his
lied by illness.
Tho jury in the Diikn-McCliirocasa
falloci to agree.
Davidton's lino stock nf uoods will bo
told to-day t tin, highe.t bidder.
S.;lionemiiver sull Wulaa beor bv ilm
bottle, "nvery ono warranted to contain ti
Tho busu ball mutch to-dav will bo
oicitlng nodvtibt. Iliie ball always is
to a man up n tree.
If you wi.n'. n paltilo., tlullchtful
shave, go to Allm's Ills razors and work-
men nro tho best in tho city. tf
All kinds of funning iuiplumonts, snd-
dlee, harne?, bridle, i-tuves. nockot
knlvef, etc , at tho salo ot Duvidson'd goods
Chief Myers mustered Ins forco last
night and four otRcors reported for duty
Shcelmn, Sumner, Uobortson and
Tho 1'aducnh Kentuekian ayS tho
Dtlths nro confident of their ability to win
tho match game to bo played to-day, but
they aru not.
Romember tho salo of Davidson's
goods, undor an order of tho Cnl.
t)d States district court, to-day, at David-
lull e uld ((and.
Tho letter of our Kow England cor-
ret.pou.Sr.nt.i.L LT. E. T." was read with
great pleMutu by tHr Cl,r0 rt.mk.r
-Aide.., of ti,,. VuiuVl j.alr!ulivM ,
" :""n "urt'. "ut our well.
e..iun a.iimuiniy piacitted lilm.
Wo I,,.. 1...II I ..
vuhiiuiikvu ma umtor .r
to iiiorttti comuat. Ho ncrklsti i
crilftlilrw ii. l.i lU L.......W. I i
o -j " i 1 1. j i oiiu eimuraneo
has cemed to bo u virtue. "Hlood'' is now
nor batilu cry.
! W. H. Hobertaon, ono of tl.o new
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1871.
pollcoiiiuii, , high rocon.mondn-
tlons from gentlemen In Springfield, who
pronounco lilm n faithful nnd olllclent
pollco ollicor. Ho hin been chief of po
lice nnd city mnrslml of Sprlnglletd.
Yesterday wns tho plo.unntcst dny of
tho icnsonj and Inst night, in nslcoplng
nlghl, wns nil that n tired ninn could do-
-Tho return game between tho Trim-
bio bascbnllians of 1'aducn.b, and tho Del
tas of this city, will bo plnyed to-day on
tho ground ndjoinlng Tin: IJui.lktin
A rumor current in tho city nsierts
that Rev. Mr. Conn has resigned tho rector
ship of tho Church of tho Rodcomi r Wo
do not know that thorn is nny truth In tho
report, l'eoplo will talk.
Mr. Flshor, assignee, will sell tho ef
fects of AVm. Mi Davidson to-day, at the
store-room on tho Cornor of Elovonth
street nnd Commorcinl nVonue. Salo to
conic olT nt 0 o'clock.
A negro boy was captured yesterday
evening, by Chief Myers, In tho net of
fling rotten eggs nt pnssers-by. Egg-fling
ing is nn amusement that can no longer bo
tolorntcd. It must bo nlppod In tho bud.
Sco tho local advortisomcnt headed
"Assignee's Auction Sale.'1 All tho goods'
therein mentioned will bo sold to-day at
public outcry- Bargain seekers will take
notice. Salo to conlmcnco nt 9 o clock.
AVowcro mistaken. A negro killing
scrnpo did occur in Pulaski county lately.
Coroner not Sheriff Stoltz was tho
principal actor in it. Tho negro resisted
nrrcst nnd shot at Stoltr., who roturncd tho
firo with fatal effect.
Cnln nnd Shcchnn had throo unfor
tunnto women before Judgo Dross yester
day. Thoy" woro fined each 10. Slinking
off tho dust of their foot against the court,
they cussed as thoy withdrew from tho
presenco of his honor.
Thcro is a magnolia trco In full bloom
in Cnptaln Sandusky's front yard. Tho
tree, heretofore, has bloomed in May, but
this year delayed the business until this
dato; which, tho captain says nnd wc
ngroo with him is rather pcculinr.
"Wm. Mulkoy, son of Judgo Mulkey,
has been admitted to tho bar. Tho exam
ining commlttco was composed of tho fol
lowing gentlemen : Judges Baker, Allen,
Mulkey, "Wheeler and Lincgar. Tho ex
nminntion wns thorough and tho candidate
ennio off with "flying colors."
"Wc liavo to thank .Mr. J. R. Johnson
of Villa H'ulgo, for a box of peaches, re
ceived nt the IIullktjn office last evening.
Thoy uro among tho finest wo have seen
this season, tho large, yellow ones in ono
half tho box contrasting beautifully with
tho crimson-cheeked variety in tho othor.
Phil Howard, tho bird of Paradiso,
has nccuptcd an invitation to visit Colum
bus, Kentucky, with his remarkable band.
Ho has established himself in opposition
to tho silver cornet bnnd, nnd will no
doubt crowd thoso musical men out of the
market. His band is old music Itself,
moro or less.
Chns. H. Evans, "Washington avenue
between Eighth and Ninth streets, has on
hand n eplondid stock of family grocer
rics of all kinds, which ho is selling nt the
lowest prices. Ho is determined to bo
not undersold, and challenges compari
son of tho quality of his goods with any
liouso in tho city.
Coroner Gomiimd viowed '' thoso
bones " yesterday, nnd camo to tho con
clusion that ho could do nothing. His in
vcsligations led him to tho belief that tho
remains nro thoso of it soldier, who had
bccu intended for dissection by ono of tho
doctors who occupied tho building boforo
it was rontcd by Myors.
Till) Arnbs linil tiulr aliinin onainootlt
Inst nigh, testing it. Khcutnn has re
paired it thoroughly, taking out nil tho
old Hues and putting in new once Tho ma
chine now works like n churm, nnd is
spoiling for it conflagration nt which its
ability to throw nn ocean of water for on
indefinite period may be demonstrated to
tho world nnd tho rest of mankind.
Tho Pulaski county court woro in tho
city yestorday in oonsultution with Judgo
Bros in rcforonco to tho proposed bridgo
auross tho C.icho at Unity. Aftor consid
erable) discussion n plan was adopted, nnd
now, wo undorstand, tho work will bo
proccodjd with immudintoly. The bridgo
will bo it fine-looking nnd very substnutial
Tho comniittoo of tho Turner society
hnvo determined to canvass tho city for
subscriptions to their proposed now hall.
Thoy intend to supply tho city with a
plendid hall, nnd every person who can
should aid tha enterprise Cairo should
nnd must hnvo n public hall. That she
has not ti lino ono now is n roprouch to her
a reflection upon tho enterprise of her
Tho German Catholics of tho city
have secured tho lots opposite tho now
public school building, on tho cornor of
Cross and Walnut strcctf, nnd proposo to
Immediately proceed to build a church,
tho cost of which will bo botwoen $12,000
and $15,000. .Four gcntlomon hnvo sub
scribed 1,000, nnd tho commlttco in charge
of thu enterprise) have no doubt of their
ability to rniso all tho funds necessary.
Thu wife ot thu Into Dr. Ilurko was, wo
nro informed, it most duvoted wife, faithful
in nil respects to her husband, supporting
and sustaining him in his weak nnd way
ward courso through life. There was no
s.tcrlQco sho could make for his comfort
that bIio did not make. Hor womanly
devotion unsolfiah to tho point of truo
horoitm has lifted hor abovo censure,
und given to hor tho right to demand ad
miration. Tho Uaptist Boclcty of this city held u
meeting, last night, nt tho rcsldoi.co of J.
W. Stewart, and elected tho following ofll
curs: Deacons, Messrs. Gamble, Metcalf)
and Wm. Martini Trustees, Messrs. Webb,
Oberly, Gamble, Gunter, nnd Karnes;
Clerk und Treasurer, J. "W. Stowart. Tho
fiil'dwlng dulcgatos to tho Clearcrcok asso
ciation, In August, wuru also elected, viz:
Meiisr. Gumble, Gunter and Webb ; Al-
turnattis, Messrs. Oberly und Glovor.
Mr. Uoge, tho cuncoueur who cant-
inumlcid tho artillery on thu duy of tho
pence cnlcbnitioD, noticed n rising storm
In tho afternoon nnd redoubled his ox
orllons with Jlils gun, succeeding by his
well directed efforts In driving tho storm
nwny. Thus tho oolehrntlon enjoyed a
pleasant nnd rainless night. Public occnt
ioi,s mny sccuro fltio weather by calling
out Hogo nnd his park of nrtlllory-a fuel
t j bo remembered.
Tiio dock on tho mantlo una clicklng-
Tlie s'.ninents kept gliding away ;
llnvv omlnoba sounded Its ticking
Tolho-ewho had so much to any.
Thehiurof departure enmo tripping;
Torillnnul h the Jota they aro sipping,
And binMitlic l.ngnagoofeyes.
Tiio ucond.jtmv fewer nnd ahotler
'I hat hastened the terrible shock,
When up sprang the blue-eyed yonrg daughter,
"bet's chest time, by stopping the clock."
At last when tl.sconvcrse grew languid.
And wo had vory htile to say,
As I gathered my cherished old beaver
Intending to go right away,
The girl on my formen-t Iwr glance.,
Entranced, ns she ha 1 been all night,
And said, i a smile decked heftr leaturet
Witli beauty nsjoyom isbrilil,
Theto's something I'so oflthouglit oUsking,
, And you must tl e secret disclose
Kin smiles oti would longer bo basking,
Hay I whero tin you purchase your clothes I
In accents then, low, soft and tender,
To mv aide I quickly called her,
And raid to her, stooping to kiss her,
1 got my fine rig from WA1.DER
Which Is tho only place where these admlratian,
courting, satisfaction-giving garments can be
bought at such low prices. Youcg men take no
tice, nnd buy yourclnthlngof Isaac Walder, Cor
ner Ohio Leveennd Eighth Street. dlt
Bpecial Joint fleasion of tho City Couucll, called
IT I no itiajvrt
Covxcil CflAMsia, CAino, III., 1
July 18, U71. J
Tho Mayor being absont, on motion of
Councilman Ilallidny, Councilman Hurd
was elected President.
Tho roll was called with the following
members proscnt: CAuncilmcn Halliday,
Hurd, Schuh and Taylor; und Aldermen
Buder, Cunningham, Fitzgerald, Klcb,
Metcalf, Rcardcn, Swayno and Walder
Absent Cotincilmcn JLansdon, "Wood
and "Woodward; nnd Aldermon Carroll,
Scasc, Stratton nnd "Winter 7.
Counciltnon Taylor moved to dispense
with tho reading of tho, journal and to
proceed with such business us may be pre
Tho Chair presented tho resignation of
J. M. Volrun,! night policeman, whloh, on
motion of CounJilman Taylor, was accept
Alderman Stratton nppcarod in his teat.
Tho Chair announced to the Council
that tho Mayor had sent in tho names of
John Holmes and "Wm. II. Robertson for
tho position of night policemen to 1111 va.
canclcs. Tho Chair appointed Aldermen
Buder and Fitzgerald tellers, and instruct
ed tho Council to vole first upon tho nnrao
of John Holmes. Tho votu being tnken re
sulted in tho confirmation cf Mr. Holmes
by Ynys 10, Nays 3.
Tho namo of "Wm. U. Robertson wus
then presented. The ballots being spread
tho nomination was found to bo confirmed
ns follows: Yeas 10, Nays 3.
Alderman Cunningham Introduced and
moved thu udoptlon of tho following reso
llcsohcd bv the Citv Council of the City
of Cairo in joint Session assembled, That
tho Hoard of Health be empowered nnd
instructed to employ a toam and a suffi
cient number of laborers, not excoeding
tlvo men, to clean up tho streets ana opon
lots of tho city, abating such places ns in
their judgment may bo most offensive to
food health nnd cleanliness; and that
thev bo further empowered nnd instructed
to employ h team and laborors to haul off
all wasto vegetables matter ana stops
that may accumulate upon tho streets und
Councilman Taylor moved as a substi
tute, that n committee of throo bo ap
pointed to investigate concerning the
cleanliness of the city und report to tho
Bonrd of Aldermon at tliolr next meeting.
Carried. Tho Chair appointed as such
committee, Messrs. Taylor, Stratton and
Alderman llcardcn offered tho follow-
ng resolution und moved tho adoption of
tho sumo. Carried:
Jiesolretl by the City Oiuneil of the city
Cairo in Joint session assembled. That
tho committee on Firo Department bo au
thorized and otnnoworod to examioo tho
public cisterns of tho city on Commercial
avenue, and report their condition and of-
leciivencss ; unu mat inoy oo lurinor au
thorized and empowered to have tho cis
tern ut tho crossing of Fourteenth streot
pumped out in order to onablo tho con
tractor for repuiring tho same cistern to
complete his work thereon.
uy Councilman xayior :
Jlesolved. That tho Governor bo re
quested to appoint Wm. P. Halliday us a
Director of thu Cairo & St. liouls llallroatt
Company to fill ono of tho oxlsting vacan
cies in tho Hoard of that company.
On motion of Alderman Fitzgoruld the
resolution wus adopted.
Aldermnn Klob moved to adjourn.
Hl'EUIAI. COMMITTKK UKl'ORT ON OAff.
The special commlttco appointed on tho
1 1th ult. to receive bids for lighting tho
city with gas for tho ensuing your, re
ported that thoy had received thu follow
Of Thomas "Wilson to light tho city
with "Tully's Patent Gaslight" nt tho
rate of $3 por mouth for each lump, for
ono year, or 2.50 per month for each
lump for two yours. Contractor to keep
thu lamps in good ordor during tho term
of his contract. Payment to bo mado
monthly in cash or its equivalent in scrip.
Of J. T. Thomas to light tho city nt tho
rato of 3 por month for each lump, con
tructor to keep lanterns In good order,
provided, tho city romodel tho lanterns to
accomodate his stylo of lantern.
Of Cairo City Gas Company nt 3.C0
per post pur month, tho contract to run
for llvo years; and $3.50 por thousand
cubic foot for city buildings
nnd engine- houses, tho contract to run fir
five years, tho company to keep tho lamps
and posts In good ordor, and to light the
lamps and extinguish tho lights. Payment
tobo made monthlp In cash or scrip boar
ing intarest at tho rato of 10 por cent.
Said committee recommended that tho
Mayor, City Clork und City Comptroller
bo Instructed to contract with tho Gas
1 Company for gas, on tho terms proposed lu
I their bid, providing In tho contract thatiW'Jf
tho burners in tho Btroot lamps shall burn
not less than four foot of gas per hour nnd
glvo light cqtinl to thoso now In use, nnd
that after twolvo months olthcr party to
tho contract may nnnul nnd mako void tho
snmo by giving not less than sixty day.'
notlco, In writing, ol their .Intontlon to do
On motion of Councilman Schuh tho re
port was received nnd ordctcd filed.
HF.l'OKT OF THE COMMITTEE ON POLICE AND
Said committee to whom wns referred
tho petition of John McCampboll, praying
the remitsiun of a certain fine, reported the
snmo luicK, recommending that the pruyor
of tho petitioner bo granted.
Aldormun Klob moved to tnblo. Lost
Aldorman Fitzgerald movod to refer back
to tho Cotnmittoo on Pollco und Jail to ex
amine further concerning tho case. Car
Councilman Halliday moved to
concur In tho recommondutioti
of tho report of tho spec
ial commlttco on gas, hcrebeforo referred
to, and that tho mayor, clerk and comp
troller bo instructed to mako tho contract
Councilman Taylor movod to amend by
referring tho report to the Board of Alder
men with tho recommendation that the
pro position of the company bo accepted
and that tho officers aboved mentioned be
instructed to mako a contract accordingly.
Amendment accopted and carried.
Councilman Taylor presented a notice
from G. Vir. McKcaig stating that at the
salo of lands and lots for city taxes, for
1870, bo becatno the purchaser of lot 20 in
city block 25, for tho taxes on which the
city is liable, and moved to refer said no
tice to tho Finance CommltUe Id report at
tho next mooting of tho board of alder
On motion of Councilman Schuh tho
M. J. Howlit, City Clerk.
cf. A regular communication, of DolU
SALodgo No. CC8 F. and A. Masons
will bo held at tho masonic hall, Cairo.
III., this (Thursday) evening at. 8 o'clock.
Work in tho M. M. degree. VUltlne;
brethren invited to attend.
J. B. Sheldon, Socrotary P.T.
Wanted Agents, at Mound City, Me
tropoilsand in this city for Ellas Howe's
sewing machine. For terms and particu
lars, call on or adrew J. C. Hays,
Traveling Agt, Atheneum building, Cairo
Mound City Journal and Metropolis
Times please copy ono time and send bill
to above address. 2t
Key. C. A. Brooke, pastor of the M. K.
church, lays: "Barr's Pectoral Elixir is a
public benofaction." jy27wcow.
A singlo trial will convince tho mot
skeptical of tho officancy of HELM
HOLDS GRAPE PILLS in sick or nerv
ous headache, jaundico, indigestion, con
stipation, dyespepsta, bllliouincss, liver
complaints, general debility, etc. No nau
sea, no griping pnins, but mild, pleasant
und snfo in operation. Children tako them
with Impunity. They aro tho best and
most reliable. I1ELM110LDS EX
TRACT SARSAPARILLA crcatd new,
fresh and healthy blood, beautifies the
complexion, and imparts a youthful ap
penrnnco, dispelling pimples, blotches,
moth patches and all eruptions of tho
No remedy ior the lungs and throat is so
popular as Barr's Pectoral Elixir.
Oun Railkoad Interest. Tho present
encouraging evidences of railroad pros
perity should Induco overy citizen of Cairo
to patronizo Fred. Theobold, who has ro
turncd to tho city and taken charge of his
popular tonsorlal palace, on Sixth street,
between Ohio levoo and Commercial av
enue. Frod. is a master in his business,
with u reputation thnt extends far and
wide. Ho employs only tho most skillful
workmen. His razors nro sharp, his tow
els fresh and sweet, and his barber-shop us
cloan and bright as a now pin. Gi vo Fred
a call, all for tbe snko of nuld lang sync.
In croup Barr's Pectoral Elixir works
as if by magic. jy20weow.
Wki8 Beer. Charley Schonemoyor,
at tho Egyptian saloon, is in constant re
ceipt of a full supply of tho purest and
frosbest Weiss Beer a bevornge fit for a
lord ; exhlllariting without intoxicating,
cool and delicious just tho drink to fight
tho dog-days with. Besides Weiss Boar,
which ho makes a specialty, ho has also
on hand nn oxcollent stock of wines, li
quors and cigars. Call on him.
Success ban attended tho uso of Barr's
Poctoral Elixir for sixteen years.
St. N icholah. Day boardors can sc
curo good accommodations at tho St. Nich
olas (formerly tbe St. James) at $4 per
week. Tho house is at tho corner .of Ohio
luvco and Eighth streot, n central location,
nnd is pronrietored by Hariv Walkor,
who is nllvo to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding and lodging can
learn terms on inquiry at tho office
Ahk your druggist for Barr's Pectoral
Elixir and euro your cold. jj20woow.
For Sale. The building now occupied
by Herman Meyer, on tho lovce, is offered
for salo on vory roasonablo toims, as ho
proposes to erect a now building on tho
site of tho old ono ut onco. jy!4-2t.
CANS I CANS 1 1 CANS! 1 1
Fivo hundrod dozon No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS AT THE NEW-YORK 8T0IIF, at $1.00
per dozon. Largest wholesale and retail
stock in tho city.
Greeley & Patier.
Keep Cool. Kefrigorators, ico chest s
wator coolers, IXL ico cream froeaors
bath tubs, japanned cloth for window
screens, etc., otc, nt
REKRWART, ORTII & CO.'S,
myl8tf JSOCom. Avo.
Kini.linii. 500 "class boxos " for salo
at 6 conts each. W. W. 'Xhornton.
BOOKH, pamphlets, brlels, catalogues, news
papers, tax list", and every variety of exten-
aivo printing coniracteu for, anil promyny anu
Hlcatnor Emma Floyd, Cincinnati,
" Illinois, Columbus.
John Lumiden, Evnnsvlllo.
Ada Hollman, Loulsvillo.
Inrblo City, Memphis.
ii". ThV' lr" ruicah.
" Tobo Hurt, Hickman.
" nello St. Louis, St. Louis.
Slonmcr Emma Floyd, Memphis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
jonn Xiumsucn, Kvansvllle.
Adu Helltnnn, Louisville,
Murblo City, St. Louis.
Nutchnz, St. Louli.
Jus. Fisk,Jr., Paducah.
t Tpbn Hurt, Hlckmnn.
Hollo. St. Louis, Vlckiburg.
Tho Ohio is still falling nt this point
bat Is rising nl Cln. Tho Mississippi Is
falling nt St. Louis with 8 feet qut to
Tho Emma Floyd rcshlps 300 tons of
freight for tho South and has about
300 tons for Memphis. She brought
out two barges which sho used as lighters.
She touched tho bottom sevoral times but
did not ground.
John Lumsden has for Cairo two boxes
of eggs, for St. Louis 231 bundles of
wagon stuff, 15 bandies of handles, 41
barrels of whisky, und ISO tons of freight
for Now Orleans and way points,
Ada Hullmnn brought out nbout 100
tons of freight which sho rcshlps on tho
Tho Indiana is loading for New Orleans
and will get a good trip.
Tho Natchez has for I. C. R. R. 3 hhds
Watermelons, 10 bales most, 2 packages
two 'packages sundries. Sho had to
lay up C hours nl. Hale's 'Point during a
bard storm but reports no serious dnmago
Fisk has for R. J. Cundlfl', 10 boxes of
peaches, lor New Orleans, 89 hhds to
bacco, 10 bbls whisky.
Hello St. Louis', has a good trip nnd
adds sevoral tons here, tho reports the
City of Chester hard aground at Green
leafs und tho Marblo City working at
Cincinnati, July 10. River rison nine
inches ; nbout stationery now.
Arrived Arlington, Pittsburg,
Departed Palestine, Louisville.
Thoro wus a heavy wind storm at 11:30
this morning. Dullness active for lowrr
ViCKsnuKO, July 10. Warm and cloar;
Departed -Mohawk and .barges; nine
Memphis, July 10. Weather clear and
pleasant; river falling.
Dcpartod City of Cairo and Lady Lor,
Pittuburo, July 10. Raining. Mon
noagahcla 30 inches nnd falling. No ar
rivals or departures,
Louisville, July IS. lliver riijcn 6
inches nnd still rising. Thero is 27 inches
ovor the chute and 4 feet 3 Inches in the
canal. Heavy rain this nornlng,clcnr and
pleasant this p.m. Business very dull.
Arrived Champion, St. Louis.
Departed Champion, Cincinnati ; Ed-
dyvllle, Cairo. Ctmolca leaves for Cairo
I.I FK I.SUltAICK.
A new and novel system of Llfo Insurance let
centlv introduced by the
MISSOURI MUTUAL LIFE
Of HT. J.OVVi.
Ily this system, Lite Insurance M furnls.ied at
as little cost as by the usual plans, anil tho pol
icy holler receives an annual intercut ot aeten
pur cent, upon all tho money paid by him to the
Company; Ills annual premiums thus earnsiig
himaa much as a government bond.
The plan lias boen thoroughly criticised and
fully Indorsed by the most eminent actuarlt
and skillful mathematicians in the laud) Indeei,
it has not yet Ixcn the subject of unlavoraUe
mention in any respectable quarter.
Office of the Cmpany,
NORTHWEST CORNER FOURTH AND OLIVE,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ARTHUR B. BAltRETT, President.
Benj. Williams, Secretary.
Ranks high In tne list' ol sound, thrifty Westerr
Lit i Companies.
1 1 has ample cnpltal-lS,O00.
I ; has assets mure than enough to cover il l:t
liabilities In adjltloj to the capital.
It has one hundred thousand dollars dapnsileo
with theUbiteof Misaoun as a perpetual iiu Ir
ani -e to Its policv holders.
Uhascomplled fully with tho new lawaol the
Stuto, which are quite aa exacting and more rigid,
ly enforced than those of Kastern mutes.
It Invests Its' funds In the West, among Hie
people from whom they are received.
Its management is vigorous, skillful and pru
dent. Its annual incomo from tho interest alone
air ady more than sufficient to pay its losses.
It Issues policies upon tho ordinary life and en
dowment plans, at the namo rale ns other first
The policy holders receive all tho protlU In an
The stock holders can receive ouly ten per
cent, of Interest on their capital, by tho term. iJ
Tho annual divldenda to policy holders ate al
ready greater than many eld Eastern Conipaulos
have ever been able to pay.
The State of Illinois paid last year about lour
million dollars for Llfo Insurance.
Why send so much money out of tho State
away to New York an 1 New England for un article
that may be produced Just as choap'y (or inoro ac
I homo I
WOOD 4 LOW,
apr2Guawtf Aientt at Cairo.
The Illinois Central Rail Road Comptny now
offer for salo the following described lota la First
Addition to the City of Cairo, vis t
Lot 27 block 20. Lot 21 block f2,
" IS " 20, " 27 " 82,
' S " 2, " 28 " H'J,
i 0 ' 82, " 31 ' Hi,
tl m ii (! II 31 . gi.
For terms, etc., apply to JAMESJOHN30N,
,.if " ' AL-antt
McCOMBS, KELLER & BRYNES,
Bccucssors to Adolphus Neler A Co.,
JUrORTERS AND J0IIRERS IN
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Nos. 100 and 103 N. Maln-st.,
bt. ii o Tj i b, :m:o.
CO.MMISSION AND romvAUMJfu
W.WrMtoti"" T. Hi').
STRATTON Si HI HI),
(Successors t) Stratton, Hudson A Claik.)
57 Ohio Lovuu, Cairo, Illinois.
lyAgents of American Powder Co., i"n.
foelurers agent, for cotton yarn. I'"
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Cement, Flakter Pari,
Corner Eighth Nlrect and Ohio Lve
No. 80 Ohio Lovce,
Orders solicited and promptly filled.
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Conimorciul-avo.,
MILLER & PARKER,
fxENTCT? AT, rmfAfTRRTfYY
. FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, liny, etc.
58 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
JOHN R. PIIILLIS,
(Successor to Pnrker & Phillis.)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTII-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to E. 11. Handricks A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
vywLlberal Advances made upoDSSaiV
F2 Consignments. .St
Are prepared to receive, storo and forward
freights to all points and buy and
sell on commission.
Vlltislneas attended In promptly.
(Successor ot A) era A Co.)
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
WINKM A FIB X.MICOIU.
WM. II. S0HUTTER,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer 1st
TOBACCO fie CIGAE9.
Agent for the best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Alea or Different Klad.
75 Ohio Levee,
tl CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
F. M. STOUKFLETH,
cccssson poiilx a rrocansru
Hwllfycr anil Wuolcanle Dealer ss
t'orrlK" aud Domcwllc
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Lkvek,
BrsiNaritiu lliocx, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
K keens on hand constantly a full stock ot
Old Kentucky Bourbon. Kve and Mononea.
hela Whiskies. French Drandlcs, Holland Clio.