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iniilltirl rwjr.snnmlnsr, Jlomlny m
KiNDUNC 600 " glass boxes " for sate
t 6 ccnU each. W. W. T1I0HNT0K.
1'on Sale how. t- tty kegs of dam
aged nails, on board etoamer Uckort, ot
tbo landing. All that.
Omsns. Louis Herbert has alwas on
hnd ft (mix supply of badiiio JSock ous
GliXET washing crystal makes wash.
Mrs. Wmtcomii s si aurv
it good for all diseases incident to tho pe
riod of tcotbing in children ond if sold
for 25 cenU a little. dawl
Moxkt rofunded if Gillet'a goods don't
New I'liowoiurii OAixxnY. We ne-
licc tlit Mr. J. J. Thorn hai fitted up
the roomi lately occupied by W. G.Worth
ington in Tcry good tlyle, and, as an artist,
it doing excellent work that should entitle
him to a fair share of patronage
Wm. Ehlcrs, at his shop on 20th street
i nill manufacturinc every variety of
boots and shoes from genuine French calf
(be uses no other Vmd) which he tells
r'evly made or made to order at price
that defy competition. jy2Ctf.
Tr.r Gillet'i double-strength extracts.
If you b&vfl thn Chilli and Fever use
Dr. Ilattinger's Fover Drops; ono bottlo
is sufficient for a thorough cure. No person
need have tho fever a second time when
the-e drops can bo obtained. daw lw
Br.Airrirui. biscuits follow Gillct's bak
ing powder. ng!3
Wr. would call tho attention of our
country friends who want to get good
pictures to call on J. J. Thomas, who baa
u very pleasant callcry on Commercial
avenuo for their accommodation, and is
roally tho best artist wehayo had in Cairo
or a long time, tf
Notice. From August 1st until further
notice, the faro per transit steamer Illinois
plying between Cairo and Columbus will
bo as follows : Ono way, Sl.OO; round trip,
$2.00. W. A. Lowtii,
nug-dlm ; Master.
100 cases Men's Kip Boots,
00 " " Calf "
60 " " . KIpBrogans,
50 " Youths', Bovs & Children'!
100 cases Lndios's Shoes,
2-' " Child's "
33 " Youths' and Boys' Brognns,
Forsnle, at wliolcsalo or rutail, for cash
onlv. at flvo per cent, below New York
Boston Shoo Store.
Elliot & Haythorn.
families uso Gillct's
Notice. Deomini; n knowledge of
cncmisiry necessary to tlio student or nil
s eicnecs and professions, as well as to thd
mechanic, 1 proposo to open a class of
chenmtr'y .'ol forty lessons, commencing
O" 'ho first Mondiy in Scptcmbor next.
For particulars inquire at my ofllce, 112
Commercial avenne, Cairo,
dtd A. Wadoymar.
Ask your grocor for'Olllot's snow wln'to
At Klchboil' Bros.,' J-'uclory.
Soil Furniture for Cash ;
Twenty per cent.
Lower tlmn any other Dealer in Cairo.
Is All -
Mado out of Seasonod Lumber,
and will bo
Insured for Sis Months.
A llaro Chauco
Notick to Smi'i'Krts. Until further
notice the transit steamer, Illinois, will c-
tund bur trips to Hickman' twice a week,
viz: Tuesday and Friday mornings, and
if tho amount or freight will J'uillfy her in
po doing, hc will mul;o thruii or four trips
per week. For the prewnt, freight will
bo received n the Transit Wlmrf Boat
only on Mondays and Thursdays.
jmrh Jiminmii.n, Agent.
C'Hiro, III., Aug. 16, 1871. dlw
The hotels uso Gillel's cxliacts and
tlttud iii Hie room
lately occupied by "V.
on Commercial avenuu, whuru ho U doing
u good business. Go und tee him mid
give him a trial. Hu it prepared to do all
kinds of work iu.tho photograph line, and
does it well.
Kemaulk and Safe. Dr. Henry
Boot and Plant Pills aro mild and please
nnt In their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Being en
tirely vegetable, they can bo taken wlth
, out regard to diet or business. They
arouse tho liver nod ocretlvo organs into
healthy actions-throwing gff dlscuso with
out exhausting or debilitating tho system
Try thorn ond you will bo satlsllod
PrlcoSS cents 6 box. Sold by druggists
and dealors in modicino ovcrywhoro
Prepare! by tho Grafton Modicino Co., St
Go to l'atker llluVu t, corner Com
mercial avenue and llthttreU, for Aurora
Notice. Parker & Blake huvo removed
to Bros' brick store, on Commcreiul ave
nue, second door from tho corner of 1 1th
street. They have added to their already
large itotk of paints, oils, window glass,
wall paper, hhades, lamps, varnishes, etc.,
nnd invite tho jiublio generally to call on
them In their new (juarlers. They mako
a speciality ot the ctlebrated Aurora oil.
which they will supply to their customers
in quantities from a huif pint to ten bar
rels, ot much less coit than coal oil, and
v r -rant it not to explode. augJCdlm
Thoro nro nu.eluoi. inmates of tho
Go to lVfc'i 'i'h8 ' . ivinuow
glnss. putty, v ,li -l'M
Tlic-o are j'. ' "P1".' 11
i0"1 n cuciri' 1
-I'.eo turtu soup luucU at tho Hotel
Garni this morning.
Religious services at tho Methodist,
Kpiscopnl and Christian churches this
Lover tif turtlo soup may enjoy tho
luxury nt tlio Hotel Garni, at ten o'clock
colored bird, sent by Judge Bros
to roost In tho jail, yesterday, flew away
from tho ofllcor.
1'ink McAllister will labor for tho city
ton dnvs. Ho playfullv batted ono Wil
liams on the probocis.
Lost, yesterday evening, a coral breast
pin. Tho finder will be suitably roraru
cd by leaving it at this office.
Go to lirkcr & Blue's for lamps,
lamp chimneys, paint brushes, etc.
Mr. Burger left the city for Now
York last night, to purchase a complete
stock of staplo and fancy d-y goods, for
tho fall and winter trado.
Four frail sisters Halt! Sparks, Liz-
fzlo Walbridge, Ella Boran and
Jones were fined ytorday for being in
mates af a houso of lll-famo.
Tho alarm of flro yesterday was oc
casioned by tho burning a a dwelling
houso in tho fourth wi.rd. Iniuranco $300.
All tho engines were promptly on the
ground, tho Hllcrnlf is getting fiist wa
ter. Goto Farkor & Blake's for wall pa
per, window shades, etc. oug2Cdlm
At tho Hotel Gart
at 10 o'clock.
Tho pollco force in now full, Messrs.
Mohncr und Billingsly having reported
for duty Inst night. Two of the forco
Mehncr and Sumner have, wo undor
stand, been designated by tho chief as tho
guardians of tho fourth "ard
Mr. Wm. Smyth is confined to his
bed by a sovorcly sprained foot. As soon
as he is ablo to bo about, a reply will bo
furnished to tho Gallatin Qaztiiis cxpla
nation of tho conduct of tho cn lotship cx
Wm. .lackson Is in tho city searching
for his brother Charloy, whoso mothor nnd
two sisters died in Cairo several years ago.
Charloy was thon fchout soven years old,
nnd was taken chargo of by somo ladies un
known to "William. Any information in
regard to Charley Will bo thankfully rc
ccivod at tho wha "ill.
Officers Ho'.n an I Shochan last
night arrested a n tov confidenco man
who had beat an ol i man out of f 10, whilo
on tho steamer C'lv of Chcste . between
( il ii nn.l O.Wi 1
gentleman to riek ; '
enterpiso called tb-
0 cht "
prisoner will ho 1
Ono of the pollco forco ia not pleased
with our sweoping assertion that tho po
Ilco chuckled over tho defuittof tbo recom
mendations of tho police investigating com
mittee of tho City Council, and took n
drink in ho-ior of thoir victory. Ho de
clares himself to ba not nn Inebriate, but
n puro temponiiico man who tourliiu not,
tastes not, handlos not. AVo hnvo made
opposite his name n long murk, signifying
that he Is a policeman among ten thou
sand, and altogether lovely.
The season of fevors and chills Is at
hand, und wo advise everybody to uso tlio
celebrated "Homu Bittkiis," tho greatest
known remedy for tlio prevention of
fever and ague, chllln nnd f vor, intermit
tent fuvors and nil tliu dUo es incident to
thUclitnatu and houhoii. It is recommend
ed by thu medical faculty ovory where ; as
i mild, pleasant and invigorating tonic.
Htratton A: Bird, concrnl aire-it, Cairoi
Even Llnegar iippliiinlo jo council
for recognizing tho claims of .r colored
fuliuw-cili.ens, nnd i'njie Any a Lu has no
objections. Surely, il" wor'd moves when
these men, with Wood, advance in tho
vnuto of human right to ihuiidraiieid pe
tition of Iho ilciiuie-iicy i'f ChIm. AVo sus
peetcd thai 'hey inigli hnld luu'l, but wo
were, we ate glad ." ", ml-' tl.rn. Ttiey
are nion 1 horo', nnd ve mnmged, after
a desporato fctruggle, to overcome their
antipathy to the " man and brother."
Wu hud a call last night from Mr. 1).
J. Snow, editor of tho J.llno'iH .ittfai,. pub
lished at Springfiuld, by Drill Cussctt &
Co. It is the intention of t' s llrm to
make the AtUm "an organ of u w tdicioi
not fatinticul tcmperancu law movemoiit
in this state j and 11U0 or tho industrial
olasto.'' Mr. Snow it now in Cuiro look
ing after the interests of this ontorpriso,
soliciting subscribers und advertising pat
ronage Wo commend him to tho friends
of temperanco in Cairo, and hope that
they will lend to him an 1 'silting hand.
The Southorn IlllnolH Methodist
Coiifurcnco will bo hold In this city, be
gluing Wednesday, September 27th and
continuing over Suuday, Between !)&0
(iid 400 delegates will bo in nttondanco.
Pjv. Mr. Thomson will canvi -s tho city
this week make ar-angomcnts for enter
taining the conference. AVo hope ove-y
citizen will respond promptly to tho di
moid to bo mado upon his hospitality, and
endeavor lo mako 'io dolegates "feol at
-Lost night, officer Holmes fpottcd n
thief-gambler, and mformod him that his
room was better f. his comnanv that
ho should fold his . j i0 tho Arab, und
as silently stoal uwr. . Ho eaid lio would
tako the matter under advisement; but
when Chief Myers Infer.ncd him that
forty days In tlio city jal wi i'.vibi his
portion if ho wti 1 iii iho ci y ut wight
o'clock this morning he rlly tLwul X
nit curpet-uag, ocu, 111. j " bjw i v
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY,
Tho following wero tho arrivals at
tho St. Charles yesterday i S. Llvoy,
Now Madrid; It. L. Gruno, Louim'IIIo
C. AV. Mills nnd lady, Kentucky; . A.
ATallctte, St. LoMs j Mrs. Saulo, Pflducah ;
L. T. Moore, C itrallaj AV. A. ltyan nnd
wife, Now-York ; AV. H. DoLana, Klpon,
Michigan; Jn. H. Duke, Scoola, Miss.j
M.S. A. Iteod, Arkansas; Harlson ond
child, Arkansai; O. S, Manshall, Ken
tucky j Chfts. H. Blchardson, Little Rock;
J. L. Lowls, PltUburg; 8. K. Fields,
Louisville; II. S. Whcoler, Chicago i"0.
K. Proctor, Cinolnnatl; John M. Mullen,
Cincinnati; E. Estis, Du Quoin; D. J
Snow and son, SprlngQold; J. O. Syman,
Fort Smith, Arkansas.
AVo publish this morning nnothor
of tho very interesting loiters of " J. U. E.
T,M who has a duo appreciation of tho en
joyable AYo envy him. Away off there
In tho mountains of Vermont, fishing,
drinking, 'smoking, eating odiblos tho
thought wheroof makes our mouth water,
riding frit horses, running sway from
bears, visiting notablo placos, unscorched
by tho hot sun, not vexed by mosquitoes,
ho must bo one of the happiost of mortals.
AVo read nil his letters, os wo nro sure our
readers nlso do, with plc&suro, and hope
thoy may bo continued.
A number of ladles havo organized ft
charitablo association and proposo giving
a festival, on Tuesday evening next, In ono
oft 0 storo rooms of tho "AVid iw's Block,"
Ohio Lovoe, fir tho bonellt of the poor and
destltuto of tho city. Supper from C to 11
o'clock. 'Admission, 10 conts; supper SO
con'ls. An excellent string band will bo
in httondanco. All porsons wishing to
contribute will ho kind onough to rond in
ther contributions early on Tuesday
morning. Tho ofllcors of tho society aro
as follows: Mrs. B. F. Clark, Presideat;
Mrs. A. Boyle, A'eo President; Mrs. M.
McDonaldjSocu t Mrs. E. F. Davis,
Mrs. M. E. DoGoor, of Chicago, a
lecturor of merit, will address tho people
ot Cairo to-night, ot "Winter's Block, on
tho subject of " Tho Evils of Intompor-
anee from n ltellgious Standpoint." Tha
circular of tho Amorican Literary Bureau
says: " Mrs. M. E. DoGtor is nn English
lady of tho finost lltorary talents. Born
in tho lap of luxury, and brought up for
years In caso and woalth; then through
tho sad bnrcavomont of death loft a widow
aud'orphan, with four childron tosuppor
and educate, and nothing to fall back upon
savo her education and talonts. Sbo is ono
of tho nblcst advocates of equality, justifo,
tomporance, and tbo common brotborhood
of man. Uor voico is said to bo the clear
est and rlclu it of any living woman yot
heard beforo tho public, and her atylo and
delivery liko AVendoll Phillips'."
Tho other day nship carpontor was
committed to jail. A friend of his called
on tho jailor, nnd proposal to ". ink" tho
prisoner's chest of tools as security for tho
fine. McUnlo was agreeable, and a dray
soon landod tho choat at the ail, when
tho unfortunato but honost p isonor was
allowed to depart in peace. Auor ho had
takon his leave, Mcllalo told o ncg-- to
carry tho tools Into tho yard. Tho -gro
was uunblo to move tho chost, It wa so
heavy ; whorcupf Mae inhaled tho odor
of a largo mouse, c.ndbroko opon tho box,
Ho found, not what tho searchow for Don
Juan found undor tho bed, but scrap' of
old iron, stones, etc. Need wo say McHalo
allowed his angry passions to risof Ho
speedily wont in search of tho rascally de
ceiver und captured him on tbo wharf
boat, just at tho momont ho win about to
ship for unknown parts. Ho now pines in
solitudo and chains typically spooking.
Tho Carmi Courier, of tho 24th inst.,
says; "ruo Cairo and Vinconnes railroad
project under tho control of Gon. Burnsldo
lias proved a fuilure. Last Thursday
ovoning Judgo Martin recelvod u lottor
from Gen. Burnside, informing our county
court that unless tho order roqulrlng tho
indebtedness 111 this county to bo paid off
by tho first of November, in order, to se
cure tho county donation, was rescinucu,
nil work on tho road would bo stopped.
This is about tho eubstanco of tho lottor to
dudgo Miutin. This, us well as ht&'con
duct generally in rolatlon to tlio road, con.
firms us in what wo liav csuspicionod bo
foro that ho bar not been nctlng in good
faith in building tlio road. Ho has miser
ably failed in his attempt to raiso monoy,
nnd everything else about It. Ho evident
ly d irod to'hnvo'tho matter tl I up In his
hands us ho hi - had It before. Ho ought
to bo called upon to resign, and to turn
tho enterprise oVcr to more competent and
AVithin tho last few dnvs n now indus
try has dovelopod ltsolf inoUr neighboring
town of Anuu. AVo. refer to tho process
of drying fruit by steam, called tho " Aldon
Process." AVitlidut any hubbub of ex
citement, some uprising citizens of
Anna havo proi. ed to tho erection of
buildings and tho placing of necessary
machinery, and aro alroady engagod in a
business that promises no small rosults.
.SI 11 co tho beginning of tho Work, twohun
drod bushels of fruit a day havo been used
11 The now process," says tho Jonesboro
Gazette, "consists, in removing tbo water
from all substances by ovaporalion (not
drying,) and tho articles treated by it aro
in two hours ready for marketing, and
aro so reduced in bulk and weight os to
bo economically transported to n distance,
and aro practically Imperishable." In
vlow of tbo immense quantities of fruit
which nocessnrily waste in the fruit r
gions during a pjoniiiui season, sucn 11
that now drawing to 0 closo, an establish
mentthat can prcscrvo such vast quantities
of fruit In su'ih u short space of time, is n
public benoflt. Anna appears to bo a good
point for tho locality of tho enterprise ond
in tho Intorest of Egypt and her nrmjr of
fruit raisors wo hopo the now process of
fruit drying will prqyo to bo rU i 1 origi
nators claim for it.
llogulnr meeting of C ro Lodgo,
No. 237, A. F. & A. M., Monday
ovoning, August 28, A. L., C87I, ot 7J
o'clock. AMsiting brothron oro con 'ly
liivltcl. AV. B. Kkrnby, Sot.
J ubt llKCKivEj -A largo lot of Baddloi
bridles, harness ond cellars, and for eale
low lo tho trado.
augSQtf Htiuuow & Bibd,
, ' COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.
ror Special Bualnes.l' "
Cockcil CiiAMptn Ciino. Itt.,
His Honor tho Mayor, prosldltig.
Prcsont Councllmon HalMay, Hurd,
Lansdon, Schuh, Taylor nnd AVooa 0.
Ab. jut Counctlman;Wd5a ard 1.
The choir ttatod tha objoct of the moot
log to bp for .the ptupoae of taklog aotlop
on the report 'of the Special Commltteo on
pas made at the meeting of the Board of
Aldermen hold on tho 7th Inst.
'Councilman Hurd moved to concur in
tho action of the Bi'afd of AldoVmoh "on
tho roport of the .Special commltteo ro
forrod to and that the Mayor, City Clerk
and City Comptroller bo instructed to exe
cute a contract In accordance with tho ro
comondatlon of said commltteo. Carrlod
by tho following vote : Ayes Halliday,
Hlird, Schuh, Taylor ond AVooJ 6.
Onnldllon of Councilman "Uurd ,:io
Council then adjourned. '
M. Howlbt, City Clerk.
1 Col'xciiCuiMiia. C4lro. III., 1
j -August 27, 1871.
Specltl Joint Sestlan of the 0 It7 Counc" called
by the Maror for tho pur")s ol mik. g p-
l'roseni Cpunollraon, Hflllday, Uurd,
Lansderij'ch'uhjayior anu Wood; ond
Aldermen iiudcr, Cunningham, Fitzger
ald, Motcalf, Seao, Slratton and AVintor
Absent Councilman 'Woodward'; ond
Aldermen Carroll, Klob, Koardon,3wayne
and AValder 6.
Councilman Taylor moved that tho regu
lar order of business be dispensed with.
Aldermen Kleb and Woldor appeared
in thoir Mate.
8TRMT C0UUITT4B BBFOBT.
Tho Street Commltteo reported in fa
vor of employing a larger forco of men for
sldewaUa and recommonded the appoint
ment of William Minor, Frank Cherry
and John lloacb, their compenuuon to be
the aamo as other laborers upon the streets
and tide walri.
Alderman Sease moved to receive tbe
roport and concur In the recommendation
therein contained. Carried.
Tho Mayor thereupon instructed the
morabors to prepare thoir ballots for the
Oh motion of Couneilman Wood it was
resolved that each namo bo takon up and
voted on separately.
Tbo Mayor submittod tho namo of Wro
Minor for tho position of laborer upon tho
sldowalks, and appointed Mossrs. Winter
and )uh tellers. v '
Trio ballots boing'sproad. resulted in tho
confirmation of Mr. Minor, by yeas, 12;'
The Mayor then nominitod Frank Cher
ry for tho samo position, which rcsultod in
tho nomination being confirmed by yoai,
12; nays, 2,
Tho Mayor also nominated John Ror h
for tho samo position, which rcsultc 1 a
Mr. Roach's confirmation, 'by"yca, 1 ;
On motion of Alderman Motcalf, the
commltteo on streets woro permitted to
rot ire for flvo minutos to allow 'hern timb
in ogrtti upon tho nomination of foroman
for anothor sidewalk gang;
Alderman Itearden appeared and took
Tbe slroot committoo having- returned,
reported that thoy had agreed upon re
commending Milton JonkinB as foroman,
and Alfred King and Henry Bryant as
laborors upon tho sidowolks, at tho same
compensation as paid to ttio foromnn and
laborors of tbo other sidowalk gang.
Councllmon Schuh moved to roceivo
tho report and ooncur in tho recommen
dation of tho commltteo. Carried.
vTho Mayor thon 'nominated MlHon 'Jcn-
kins for tho position of foreman upon tho
sidowolks, Messrs. Wintor and Schuh
again acting ns lellors.
The bt lots being spread, resulted ia
the nomination being confirm by yeas,
15 nays, 0.
Tho Mayor thon nominatod Alfred King
for the position of laborer upon tno side
walks.' Tbo nomination was confirm I by
Yeas 1 5. N ay 1 .
.Cuuncilmau Halliday movi 1 thut, inss
much as more votes had beon cast on tho
election of King than thore woro uioinbers
prcbout, tbo Council prococd to voto again
on his name. AVithdrawn. i
Tho Muyor then nominated Henry Bry
ant for tho samo position. Tbo nomination
was conlii.ncd ns follows: Yeas 15.
Alderman Carrol) appeared in his s'oat.
Alderman AVinter moved that tho Coun
cil again ballot on tho homo of Alfred
King 10 votes having beon cast on his
olectlon when but members .wore pres
ent. Tho Chair ruled the motion out of
-Aldornun AVinter appealed from the.
decision of tho Chair,
The quostion then being, " Shall tho de
cision of the Chair be sustained T" lho
voto stood as follows: Ayes Budor,
Cunningham, Halliday, Uurd, Metcalf,
Itearden, Schuh, Sease, Slratton, Taylor
und -Walder 11. Nays Carroll, Fit,
gorald, IKleb, Winter and Wood 6. And
tho decision of tho Choir was declared to
OV rOLICB 1NVB3TIOATINO COM
Tho .aid Committee appointed oa tho
1th Inst, to examine into tbo workings of
the polico forco, reported in favor of abol
ishing iho ordlnanco allowing police of
llcoriffqos, ond substitute thoroforo" a pro
vision increasing thoir salaries. They
also recommended that the sum of $1,000
bo placed at tho disposal of tho Mayor as 0
special fund to to usod by him in his dis
cretion,) in tlio Dctoctivo Pollco sorvico.
Tho Commltteo nlso roportcd in favor of.
romitting cortaln fines of tho runnors of
tho St. Charles and other hotels ossoss I
againit thorn ond other runners for n ;
having numbers on thoir bodges. T)i
Committee submittod tbe following reso
lutions for tbe consideration of tho Coun
Uetilved. That tha offices of all tho Po
! Ilea Constables of tbo city shall 1 1 vaac4
AUGUST 27, 1871.
on. and after tho 16th day of Jeptombor
Resolved, That tho fines Imposed upon
tho runner of tho St. Charles Hotol and
other runnors for not having a number In
serted In their badge as required by ordU
nanco, bo nnd tho same aro hereby several
Resolved, It Is horcby recommonded that
the City Council pass tho ordinance laid
upon the table by tbo So1' Council on
last, providing for tho appointment
of a Flro Warden, and that the said ordi
nance be amended by fixing the compen
sation of said warden at the rata of $13.83
a month, and that tasj City. Marskal be ap
pointed said warden upon es4IMefi that
be relinquishes all claim to-ftet of any de
scription for services rendered as said City
"Alderman Wintor moved to receive tbe
report and adopt the resolutions. Lost by
tho following voto 1 Ayes Buder, Cun
ningham, Schub, Btratton, Taylor, Walder
and Winter 7. Nays Carroll, Fltrgor
ald, Halliday, Uurd, Kleb, Motcalf, Rear
don,'Sease and Wood 9.
SPECIAL COMUITTBB BIPOBT OK THI "HOO
Tho spocial committee, to whom wero
roferod tho sevoral petitions, praying the
repeal of ordinance No. 118, roportod in
favor of repealing said ordlnanco, and ro-
commonded that tho ordinance committoe
bo instructed to draft an ordlnanco to pro
hibit tho running at largo of boars within
the city limits. They further recommend
ed that the owners of hogs be compelled to
mark thoir bogs with "a distinct and cer
tain mark", and that tho mark
and hogs bo regWterod with
tbo city clerk; and that oil hogs found
running at largo without boing first mark
ed nnd thon registered as nforosaid, shall
bo taken up rid sold for tho benefit of tho
Councilman Hurd moved to receive oad
Aldorman Metcalf moved to amend try
adding, "and that tbe rocommondatloBf
f tho committoo be concurred la."
Aldorman Winter oalled for tha ayes
and nays, and the amendment was declared
adopted by tho following vote :
Ayes Carroll, Cunningham, Fitsger
aid, Kleb, Motcalf, Uaardeo, Slratton,
Wibter and Wood 9.
Nays Budor, Holiday, Hurd, Schuh,
Sease, Taylor and Walder 7.
HBVIUOX Of Ot-IXAVCM.
Tho coraraKtee heretofore appointed oa
tbo revision of tho city ordinances, pre
sented a complete copy of said ordinances
Councilman Halliday moved that the
ordinances, as reported, bo read.
Councilman- Wood moved, as an amend
ment, that when tbe Council adjourn, it
adjourn to to-morrow, (Saturday) at 2
p. m, for tho purpose of hearing tho, road
ing of said ordinances. Amendment car
Alderman Rearden moved that the first
part'of safd ordinances be road.
Councilman Wood moved, as an amend
ment, that the roading or tho ordinances
bo dispensod with until to-morrow aftor
noon at two o'clock. Amendment carried.
Alderman Canninghrm mov I to ad
-Alderman Winter presented a potitlon
of Henry Harris, representing that he sold
out bis saloon in the early part of this
month, leaving about five months for
which his liconso will not bn used, and
praying the' Council to rofun him such a
portion of thoamountho paid for his license
as five months aro a part of ono year
about forty dollars. " k.
Aldorman Carroll moved to grant the
prayor of tho petioner. -Councilman
Wood moved, as an amend
ment, that the petition bo laid upon the
table. Tho amendment was lost as fol
Ayes Halliday, Hurd, Motcalf, Sease,
Slratton and Wood 0.
Nays Buder, Carroll, Cunningham,
Fitzgerald, Rearden, Schuh, Taylor) Wal
der and Wintor 9.
Alderman Carroll withdrew his motion
Alderman Winter moved to rofer tho
petition to tbo Board of Aldcrmon. Car
ried by tho following voto ;
Ayde Buder,' Carroll, Cunningham,
Fitzgerald, Halliday, Uurd, Metcalf, Roar
don, Schuh, Sease, 'Stratton, Taylor, Wal
der ond Wintor 14.
Nay Wood 1.
Tbo Mayor nominated Robert Billings
ly Jfortbo position of night policeman, and
appointed Messrs. Schuh and AVintor tail
ors. Thd nomination was confirmed ai
follows: Yeas 12 ; Nays 3.
Tho Mayor Also nominated Chas, Moh
ner for tho samo position, The ballots bo
ing spread resulted in Mr, Mehnor's con
firmation by Yoas 11 j Nay---3,
Tho following resolution was submjted'
by the finance, committee :
Be ii Buolifd. y if CJy ponntil of tht
Ctfy of Cain, Sttat tha City Treasurer ba
ond hells hereby instructed, and required
to pay ana aiscnargo, out or tne moneys
of tbe city now in his hands, or which may
hereafter oorao into his bands, the interest
now duo and to become due,' on bonds of
tho city already due and' which, nsay ba
come due and payable during tbe year A.
Di 1871, at tho same rate a called for In tbe
bond until som arrangement is made
by the city with toe holders, of said bonds
for tho taking up or payment of the same.
It shall be tbo duty of said City Treas
urer, when he makes any payment of in
tarost as above provided for, to take from
the legal owner or holder of tho bond or
bends, his agont or attorney, a receipt for
said interest, describing as near as may .be
tho bond or bonds oa which the' interest is
Said, and designating, the Mmf pi times
uring I which said Iutorost, so paid, has
accrued upon said bond or bonds: And it
shall bo tho further duty of tho sold City
Treasuror, at tho timo any such payment
of intorbst.is made, to have tbe payment
thoroof 1 endorsed upon eaid bond or bonds.
Aldorman Cunningham moved to adopi'
nnd rofur to tho Board of Aldormon. Car?
ried ns follows :
Ayes Budor, Carroll, Cunr Ingham,
Fittgorald, Halliday, Hurd, Motcalf,
Roarderi, Schuh, Soaso, Stratton, Taylor,
Wolder, AVintor and Wood-15.
Aldorman Budor introduced' tho follow
ing resolution which, on motion of Alder
man Fitzgerald, was adopted, wist
Kif9lfdt Ttutitb police fo- b horaby
Instructed to extinguish tho lights at tho
onglno housea at day-break.
Councilman Taylor moved that tho
fines of F. D, Roxford ond of tho runners
ot thoDelmbntco, Southorn ond Commor
lol Hotels, for not having nutnbors on
thoir bodgoi, bo remitted.
Tied as follows i
Ayos-Budor, ltxgerald, Halliday,
Hurd Metcalf, Seo, Walder and
Wood 8. , T
Nays Carrol, OanniagbasB. Restrdan
Sohuh, Stratton, Taylor a WinterT; '
On motion of Couhcllmsy Halltiayne
Council thereupon adjourned.
M., J. HowtliT, City Clork.
To-Motttow. We desire to callatten
tlonOnoemorototho picnic of tho dot
man Luthoran school, which will lake
placo to-morrow at tho Flora garden. Xho
llitlo folks will assemble at tha icbOol
bulldlng.on Thirteenth street at 10 o'clock,
and will march thenco to tbo garden.
Amusomon'i will, bo proper I for the
children on tho grounds, and rtfroshmeats
in abundance will be furnished. All who
wish a day of healthful, innocent enjoy
ment, should purcbaso a ticket for tbe
German Lutheran school picnic.
PniLtirDAUou is master of his trade,
and warrants all of bis work to bo of tho
vtry but materia) and manufacture; guar
antees a completo fit ond enliro satisfac
tion, is not confined, to onytparticular stylo,
but makes every variety of boots and shoos
from the heaviest cowhldo to tbo finest
French calf and morocco. Ho also keeps
a largo stock on hand, of Alt ovrn manufae
lurt. and any ono desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap should coll on
im at bis shop on Eighth St., south side,
near cornor of Ohio lev 00, Cairo. dtf
BoAutc bouses uso Gillct's. agl3
Shrive' celebrated U o'clock lunch
oyesters at Jorgensen s. tf
Everybody goes to Jorgenaea's family
gorcery for tho Ualford Leicbestershlrd
Kvery dollar you pay a New-York
life Insurance company is permanently
withdrawn from circulation in this state.
Tha laws of New-York compel the compa
nies to keep all their funds invastod within
the limits of that state, or within fifty
miles of New-York city. Tho Llfo Associa
tion invests its money where it is taken.
Go to Jergenscn's for importod Dun
dee orange marmalade, the celebrated
London crystal vinogar, in quarts, and
choice Genoese figs. tf
Tbo .Chicago Boer Saloon, Wra.
'Schick, proprietor, Nos. 2G and 28 Eighth
street, is a favorite place of resort with all
lovers of Weiss' Beer, Liquors of every
description, and all kinds of foreign and
home Wines. No ordinary liquors are
dispensed at tbo bar of tbe saloon only
tho vory best, and guosts find in attend
ance polito and accomodating waitors. A
freo lunch is spread ovory day at 10
o'clock sum. auol'tf.
Thoio rroocti Cboulca, In jif,..
popular with connolseur aro sold by Jor
Tha mosTpopuTar shoo shop in town
is on 20th stroet opposite the court1 houso
botelf wbero Wm. Ehlors, manufactures
boots and shoes for his customers, warrant
ed to be of tho best French calf, -kip or
morocco, and which, ho guanrataes to givo
entire satisfaction. Call on him and you
will know how it is yoursolf. jy2Ctf
Mr. Rosenwator, of tho well-known
dry goods house of Goldstein & .Rosen wa
tor, is now in New-York purchasing a full
stock for the fall trado. AVith them the
campaign has already openod, and in.
voices of new foil goods of overy descrip
tion oro boing recelvod dally, Tho firm is
wido-awako and deserving of succoss, and
are now, we are glad to say, doing an im
monse buslnt'is In their lino. Aug21-Ct.
Jbrgonsen has a great run . .r Copt.
White's oriontal pickles. tf
Cbas. II. Kvans, Washington-avonue,
between Eighth and Ninth stroctshas on
hand a splondldllock of'famlly groceries
of all kinds, which ho is selling at tbe
lowest prices. He is determined not to bo
uhdorsold, and challenges comparison of
tho quality of his goods with any houso in
thotity.4 Htslshclf goods are of overyrvi
rioty, fresh and seasonable, and anything
and everything the market affords can be
purchased at his storo at tho lowest rate
Givo hlrn a call. tf
At Jorgensen's may be found the pop
ular French assorted pickles'. ' tf
William Albo's barber si op is grow
ing in public favor overy day. It is neat
ly fitted up, and can boast of the most
skillful workmen in tbq city. The. pro
prletor has had many years experienco in
his business and is reeogalced Mono of the
most oxport shavers in Southern Illinois,
while young Alba is 0 master in his pro
fession, Citizens and strangers 'who wish
a painless shave, a luxurious shampooing,
or their hair cut in tbo latest' stylo should
patronico Alba. His shop is on Commer
cial avonuo next door to Hannon's news
depot. I ' dtf
Smith ft Brlnkmoyer, at tho corner of
Commercial avenuo and Eighth street, aro
agents for the salo of tbo new Wilson Sew
ing Machines, to which they wish to call
the especial attention oUVe publiV. ! It is
the cheapest machine in the market, sell
ing $29 cheaper than any of its rivals
and is, in every respect, equal to tbo bost
All kinds of sowing heavy and light
can bo dono on it in tho vory best stylo,
and it is no't liable to got out of ordor. It
is emphatically tho poor man's machine
being within tho reach of tho podrost fami
ly in tho country. Mossrs.S. & B, Invito
tbo publio to coll and examine it.
City Katlosua Bsut BtUMiBff.
Steamer Glasgow, Now Orleans,
" John Lumsdon. Evnnavlllo,
" Tom Jasper, Now Orleniif,
' Blsmark, Now Orloans,
" ti. L i uaii, ot. aiouis,
" Kddyville. Louisville,
" James Flsk, jr., Paduoab,
" Illinois, Columbus,
" Belle Memphis, St. Louis,
City of Chestor, Memphis.
DXPABTID.! ( , .'. ,
SMamer Glasgow, St. Louis,.
John Lumsden, Evansvlllo.
1 " Tom Jasper, Bt. Louis,
" Blsmark, St. Louis,
I' R.P. Walt, Vicksburg,
" Kddyvlllo, Louisville,
" James Flsk, Jr- Paducab,
" Illinois, Columbus,
" Belle Momphis, Memphis,
" J. N. Kollogg, St. Louis,
" City of Chester, St. Louis,
BOATS tBAVINO TO-PAT.
Steamer Olencoe, Now Orleans,
11 Mollle Moore, New Orleans,
" City of Cairo, Vicksburg, .
' " Orand Tower St. Louis,"
" Molllo Rogers. Evansvlllo,
" St. Joseph, Memphis.
fPUm al is -4 tit J -1 S
here. Tbe iCiuIiiippi U rislo iloitlr
Hi Txs.I' ... la Jll s.a a:T- .
viip vtsi s will u7Vt VUBt IITVr TO
lUUo.Mit It not oxpoctod to ft mount t
sansSMti m.1 tn-AV-klM MI L If . e
atui auu uiuunuir mil sj ibiiihv ubi
is still falling, with 8 feet 10 inches in th
- 1 1 At f - 1 I A ( til
Tbo upper MUiUuIppi it MllDg.fut.
...!.. 1L. t-ll 1 .
a jusi4vcj waa iuu asssj iu. -maa uiuuBrii
Weather warm and cloudy.
A AIU UII1EUW. Ulll UBIUIII TULA HI-lllKI
UBU UUI llklin II 111 I 1JL. nn ff.1 1
. .1 t. .. a Ifsst. r 1. m 1 . . at
rnsirrrnn snvars 1 ns 1 n r iv w n rim siw inn
U. . wharfboat.
Tbo John Lumidt n arrived behind tim
wllh k flr trtn. flha Ta! rniin1 l
hours) at Cache Island.
Tbe K F. Walt did act arrive usti
yestordav morning. The river is to
thet'sbohad to lay by at night She
in place of tha Bella Bt. Louie.
The James Flsk, Jr., arrived oa
arlth a. mr trtn or rnlvht uA nasafiian
about 165 tons freight. SaedMnoti
oaher trip out, but bad to lighten over
Fronoh Island. , ,
Tha Arvonaut sol on IM toot
VJu.iui mwi "-
anri llnhlnaK. UIQ Wm am W
Chain to srt her barge ot, whleh
Tho And vlJohnson left here two sum a
mt t .Lf-4 al. aMtl1 sflttsr mwA n f.
.t-1 .1 U T n..I. 1ft vnlniitaa sthsrl nf hnp
xior ftinio iruiii nuw vitcu v w -mum
f. Anvm lAi flAllfC m.m 43 tn!nli.
of tbo river.
Tbo Steamer Violn Bcllo is bleb and
.. t... .4 n.Atnf..ni. VnV.a.
-&. u-itfi 30U0 riusneis 01 wneai in ne
Tkn Kt. T, nn in Kenubllcnn. of tho 'JCth.
say: ina dim r isn uicw uui a juiu ui uor
fil .lnurn lo rnnnir. whle'' AainA
below Memphis, ond 7 to this port, saw
noiumg agrouuu aim unnw uj uu
. 1 , .1 ! ) A n
18 hours out.
and Faducah and never has been below
Columbus, Kyn since she was built, and
tbe tima consumed in makl sg,a.trifl Is
about 10 hours. In the laogoage et'tfcc
immerial Capt. JUnTKhudi, Mr. JUporist
"try aeain or go down foot."
Tbe tug' Cache towed the Tom Bees
down from Mound City where sbo has
boon undergoing repairs.
Tbe IL 8. Turner is loading for New
Orleans and will depart to-day.
The Bella Memphis arrived on time
with a fair trip of freight and people. 'She
reported tbo Gilmoro aground at Goose
Island, and tho Molllo aground at Green.
Tho J.M. Kellogg turned all her loaded
barges over to tho Boo and took a tow of
empty bargee back to St. Louis.
xne city or cnester bad a ligbt up
stream trip. i c
BY TEL GBAFH. ' "
Cikcikhati, Aug. 80. River rose 17
inches ; S foot 4 inches in channol.- - . r
Nxw Orleans, Aug, 20. Departed
'Mxwrnis, Aug. 20. Stormy this even
ing ; river stationary. Arrived, Ptlsstf,
Arkansas river Departed Krolly La,
barge nnd Grand Tower, St. Louis : Allen,
Whltq river. "
St. Louis, Aug. 16, Arrived, Hunts
villo, Peoria; City of Cairo, Vicksburg;
Northwcstorn, Kookuck ; Harry Johnson,
Quincy; City Alton; New Orleans : Co
lumbia, White rivor. Departed, Mary
Alice and Rubicon, Now Orloans ; Alice,
Kansas City; Harry Johnson aad.tst.
Johns.' Kookuk; Lady Leo, Bed river:
Minnie White, Arkansas fiver. St. Paul
river rising slowly. .
. I lO 111 ..ia
GERMAN LUTHERAN BOHOOt
The members of tbe Osrmaa Lutli en
propose to kit a pteoie , . x ,
' t? Jim
i .. i
VOl 1H UINIFIT Ot TBI aCHOOt, '
" i '
nor SJasraetA, v ,
On Monday, August 28m,, 1871.
Tickets, TtoentyflM unit. ,
The QrJ;n will bo put ia tha best order.poss.
bU, uxii refresbmeots of all kiods will be tup.
plied lu sbuadanco, Speeches, instrumental and
Tocal Music, Jollity and run will be the order, ot
,fl7, $ ArrangtrntnltVrm. Beerwart, Vteil
Wlntorburn. II. C. Thellecke.
The undersigned, proprietors of tho DiuTfx'd '
WttiLT IIuuitim, hTB JustreelTe4an sort
mentoi the latest Btvles of Job Prlntlag typet,
noil have now oiwof the most complete loboSfeee
o tho South sod West. Tin nailer ttianualTca,
that lliciy possess facilities for turoiDK out
promptlr, in t he beitr stile ot tlx Art. all work .,
entrusted to 'them, Ironrthe" smallett cord or'
"PPL1,0' ,b8 mammoth potter, and at prices
which Uare with our business men no gftoj ex.