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THE CAIRO DAILY' BULLETIN, SUNDAY,. MAY 26, 1872.
.... .vat CIMTOAL ft- ft.
0, wad after Hu.day, J
araef fiiMiw train at Cairo l
MMrf-Mtll Irshs. dally - 4-.n?!';-Esnress.dsily.
. Kipres. - ,-00 P,m'
i' Cairo end HI. Loul Short Like.
Bepaw ......... 1-...
JfchBtofcrr from Cairo lo Bl. Louis. Io
entire e' I mm CAlro lo Chicago. Klfftnl
Drawls Ro sleeping ears on Bight trains.
Hum cheeked lo nil important points.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make thrM trip ilall.
ItaVlia CAtao I tBAVUa MOtNDCITT
At.?. a.H). I At i:30... .A.m
ilk 11... .. -.m. I At l:SO.............p m,
it. tOO-- p.m. At 6 .. p.m.
I '1ar each T. SO evnti t 10 ticket for II 60,
Will land, when hailed, at any good Intermediate
attdtnglor passengers or freight, norviir.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
Bex. Howard Capt.
Leaes Oilro DAILY, (Sundsy excepted), t 4
a.aa. For freight or pasisge apply on board or
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
0" FFICE Over M. J. Mcriattle)' drug more,
near corner Conrocrclal avenue and Kigh
I troth treet. a-Jltf
i WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
RES1DKNCB So. 21 Thirteenth atreet, be.
tweeo Washington avenue and Walnut street.
OMce UlCommerclalatenue, tip stair.
- 0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
TE91DKNCE-ornerNinth and Walnut He,
A0race corner Sixth atreet and Ohio teres.
Office hours from a. in. to l'i m., and u p.tn
II. WARDNER, M. D.
RESIDENCE Corner Nineteenth street and
Washington avenue, near court house. Of
See over the postofflce. Office hours 10 lo 12
a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m. IsnlClf.
On nnd after tills dny. May tfltli, i will
pay ft reward of twenty-five cents oacli,
for all dogs found running at large, on
which tho taxes havo not been paid, mid
dog to bo delivered to roo at the dog
pound, on tho corner or Ohio levco nnd
Tenth street, old city pump.
6-16'Jw Andrew Cain, City Marshal.
BUTTER! BUTTER! MITTER!
Beautiful golden butter, In urn ft 11 pack
age, nt 27 cent nt IjouIs Jorgcnsen's.
CAtno, III., May 15, 1872,
We, the undersigned barbers, in tho
city of Cairo heroby mutually agree and
pledge ourselves that ox and aftkh Sun-
day, Junk 2d, 1872, vr will keep our
Bariier .Shops closed on Sunday
DUK1NO TUK ENTIRE DAY, nnd will not
do any harboring builnen of whatever
kind or description on that day.
J.Uoo. Steinliouie. K. Stlchor.
Win. Schick', ltobcrt Dcdford,
D. Ltinipert, Cisrlcs Anderson
John llcdfonl, Jeff, llrown,
Kdward IJraxton, Dave Tvlor.
Wm. Curtis. " dim.
For all tho popular warm weather
bevoragci, go to tho ThMin saloon, corner
of 12th street and Washington avenue.
Try the ExcF.LMon. Thoio who In
dulge themselves In luxuries such as 9t.
Louts Lager Boor, Cocktallf, Oin sling,
rich Wines and Ico cold Lemonade!, nil
sweetened with finest piano music, should
call on Fred. Blankenborg.s. He Las the
coolest, quietest and Onast saloon In the
west. Bo has also a fine billiard table for
tho uso of his guests andjhls cigar cannot
be excelled. S-10dlm
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho sample room
has received tho appointment of agent for
tho sale of tho llammondsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wine Company's wines In thii city
If the bottlo with which wo havu been
fnvorcd is a samplo of tho quality of
thoo wines, then we aro propnred to say
that they aro amoi.g tho best we Imvo ever
tasted, lie has just received a large con
signment, which ho Is prepared to sell at
tho lowest figures, lie has also on hand n
large and complcto stock of the various
brands of Irish, Scotcli nnd American
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
Tiik best placo in town to buv vour
shoes is at Black's City Shoo Store, corne
Eighth street and Commercial avenue.
Ask for tho Brolapki Shop-made, and
you aro warranted a good pair nt a low
price. Ho Is almost giving away Kustcrn
made boots and shoes, but ho can't war
rant them. 2t.
Go to tho Thalia for the best Weiss
beer in town. 5-21dtf
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IX EVERY FAMILY.
4 aOUE Or ITS ADVANTAOE9.
It rook, qulcklf and more thoroughly with le.s
tire than snjr other war.
Food cooked the old wajr les one-third of Its
tseight, vookr-l luthliiUsm vessel, It only losrs
one eighth. The savings in this vtaTwill soon
pj Its cost.
FOOD CANNOT HE BURNED.
It will BOIL,
tnote perkily than any utensil ussd for eltuvr
purpose now in use.
IT LS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
Meat stewed, bolted or1rolled In this rnsnaer
has abetter flavor, snd Is easier digested llinu
wlisa cooked In the old way,
NO TEAR OF DYBPKFSI A.
It mskes a first clsn Cook out efaponr our,
and ngood cook better than before.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
Ills the only utensil in ue thsl warranted
nottoBUKM RICE IN COOKISO.un.lerany cir
cumstance. Agents make more money selling
tbis vessel, than anv article iu use, tor every In
telligent houtrkeeper in the country wants one.
AKT OXX WIHUINO TO BUY BI0.IITS OR
TERRITORY FOR THE FATXNT
can call on or address
J-iJtfJtw Thornton's Block, lOth.t., Cairo, 111.
Wm. Ehlors.at hlsshopon Twentieth
street, opposite tho Court Ilouao hotel, is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of every
stylo and variety, warranted to give por
feet satisfaction. Ho keeps genuine French
calf nnd gives his customers nil ho prom-
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
trora Wednesday May 1st, tho Ico
wagon will canvass the city, to continue
during tho summer months. None but
pure northern lako ico will be delivered
Husk, Loo mis, & Co.
Illinois Central It. It. Company, l
Citso, Hay 21, 197.'.
Until further notice, a fruit express
train will bo run between Cairo and Chi
cago, leaving Cairo at 10 a.m., daily, ex
cept Saturday. Jauxh Johnson,
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7lh street
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared to accommodato tho public with
board by tho dny, week or month, at lower
rates than any other Orst-clnss house in
the city. The rooms are all well fur
nished, light and ulry, good sum pi u rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. The house is loctititl In the cen
ter of tho business part of tho y within
one square of the post olllce. 4-9-tf
M. Burns, proprietor of the Mechanics'
boarding house, comer Commercial and
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces
that he is now keeping a flrst-clnss hotel
and boarding house fur tho accommoda
tion of regular boarders or transient
guests. Ho has accommodations for
eighty to one hundred people ; his table is
well kept, his rooms light and airy, and
not a bed in the houso that has not cither
a set of springs or a feather bed. 6-1 m
Up with the times. Samuel Wal
ters, our energetic lumber merchant, has
gono on a visit to tho pineries of Michi
gan and Wisconsin. Theso arc, without
exception, tho greatest lumber regions in
the world. It is wonderful tho amount
of lumber that is cut and shipped from
there each year to every civilized part of
tho globe, and yt tho supply seems inex
hattstable. Walters proposes purchasing
during his trip, enough white
ptno lumber to supply the
whole southern country, which will
will be sold at a close figure. Ho has Just
received and unloaded at his yard one
hundred thousand feel of yellow Pine Moor
ing, which is bnly a commencement. Thi,
with every other description of hard and
soft lumber is for sulo at his' yard on Com
mercial avenue, Cor. Tenth street. It must
bo sold Immediately to mako room for now
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. UUCK, . . . President.
C. KNOBELSDORFF, - - - Becretary.
-Ctus. Reitj!, Henry Wkuer,
A. Jt JIESING, A. -MISCH,
Cuas. Wknthe, Chas. Vebqha,
Francis Lai-knee, Chas. Dakou.no,
C. HiEbcu, Wsi. Reinhakdt,
The best organised and securest company in
the northwest. The only company which K"r.
antee. a rah surrender value.
CARL L. TIIOJIAS, Gen. Ao t,
.2Mly far Cairo asid vicinity.
That the choicest butter is nt Louis Jor-
getuen's. Only 30 cents per pound. 'Hit
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
street, near tho post ofllec, tho proprle
tress would inform the public that bho
is prepared to accommodate tho public
with Urst-class board nnd well furnished
woll ventilated rooms on tho most reason
able terms. Anipla preparations have
been made to accommodate tin unlimited
number of dny boarders. Patronage so
licited. Mr.s. T. X. Gavj nky
"s" -NOTICE. ADMINISTRATOR'S
Under and by virtue ol an order snd decree ol
theClrcu.t Court ol Alevand.r county H
made on the petition of the undemlgne.1. i'lmiu.
istrstor cum lutauuito nnntzo of the mute of
JaoobCauUe. deceased, for leave to !! the real
wi-vvn.cii, mo At ru term. A ii
im,ol said court, I shall, 1 ,..
ON MONDAY THE lit DAT Ol' JU'.Y, AD 1872
between the hours ol 10 o'clock a, in. nnd a
o'clock p. in., of mli ly, wll at iiiii.lio lain, at
thecouil house tlpor In the c'.tv of Cairo, Alex,
aider county, Illinois, the following described
in. r.iaio, lu-wii i
Hlxly-oeveii and 40-100 (07 40.100) acres oft tin
west stile oltne west hall olthenorth-ueM iiuaiter
ol section one(l), township fourteen (II). i.uuih
range two (2) west ul the third (3) iriucii.le me-
nuiao, timaiea in aiexauuer county, illlnola.
Twenty and M-10U (200-I0u acres otl the east ilde
Bottles Full or Beauty. Ladies, if
you would have beauty bv tho bottlo-full,
all you hnvo to do is to purchnso Hagan's
Magnolia Balm. That peerless bcnutlflor
of tho complexion not only heightens
natural charms, but renders oven tho
plainest countenance exceedingly uttrac-
Uvca It recalls to tho pallid cheek tho
rosy lingo of health, removes pimples
blotcho. roughness, sallowness and other
blemishes, and Imparls to tho skin a most'
delicate fairness and softness. It smooths
tho furrows causod 'by timo or care, and
gives face, neck and arms tho plump and
engaging nppcaranco of youthful beauty
All tins is accomplished by tho most
natural menns, viz.: by gently nnd
naturally stimulating tho circulation in
the capillary blood vessoli, bcsUes bo
ing tho most effectual aid to beauty known
to modern science. C-'J'Jdeod&wlw
Best Weiss beer at the Thalia. 5-21dtf
Public-allots ORJre, Bnlletita Hsstldlssa;,
Juhok Bnost has been holding- prolmto
Rememiiek to attend tho Turner picnic
on the Kentucky shore to-dny.
StiEUii r InviN is n Greeley nnd Brown
Dcmoernt, red hot for tho light this fall.
Miriam's communication on hogs It
wull-inlentloncd, no doubt, but ralhorobr.
The 'New Era,' of Carbondale, U nf-
tcrour Greeley friends, Messrs.' Linogar
Rev. C. W. Bonner, of Ashley, will
preach nt the .Methodist church to-day,
morning nnd evening. -
At?, pcoplo of n dovout turn of mind
should attend tho Turner picnic to-dny on
tho Kentucky shore.
The Turner will boon tho Kentucky
shore to-day, In tho bend nbovo tho city
In full view of both Cairo nnd Mound
The ferry boat to .carry citizens to thu
picnic to-day will l-avo Cairo nt tbi foot
of Fourth street, nt and 11 o'clock a. in ,
and 1:30, 4 and 0 p. m.
Tiieiik will be lots of lun, and plenty of
amusement at tho Turner picnic to-day.
There will bo singing, turning, firing
band music, dancing, etc. "Go one, go all.
Oun FittEND llAitiiELL ot the 'Gazette'
made n slight mistake last week when ho
suggested Hambleton for senator from
this district, nnd wo are anxious to see how
ho will explain it to-morrow. Ho owes ti
'ono'1 for being mum.
The Bulletin job printing is iiettek
and cheaper limn that of any olllco In
tho htnte of Illinois. "Wo mean what wo
Come and tco us 1
. The STRAwnERRY Festival of tho la
dies of tho Methodist church, on Friday
night, was in every particular n great suc
cess, AVo wore not prcsont, it fact which
wo regret; but other religious duties
called us (o hnolhor field t,f duty and do
prh'ed us of the pleastiro of taking sovor'nl
.saucers of cream andborrles in tho pecuni
ary Interest of "tho cause." Tho attend
nnco was, wo aro informed by relinblo nil
'thorily, Inrgo and cnlhulintlc; nnd a greai
number of tlio berries provided for tho oc
casion woro consumed and nil wcro paid
Extraordinary Phenomenon. Cin
cinnati, St. Louis nnd Milwaukee Bock
Hi-er drawn from tho same keg nt tho
Timlin saloon opposite The Bulletin
ollicu. Milk punches cobblers nnd mint
juleps skillfully compounded according te
tho most generally approved formula.
THE LITTLE KENTUCKIAN,
No. 53 Ohio lovo, Is the place where
they keep tho freshest Uh nnd game, and
the Hnest wines, liquors and cigars, to liu
found in tho city. Dinner only twenty
Uvo conts. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. E. Park. Proprietor.
Excellent Weiis beer nt the Thalia.
Ice Cream has become tho Institution
of the season, nnd I'h'tl Saup's tho mot
popular in the city. His saloon has be-
como, In fact, ice cream headquarters, and
ii is nut mu iiisnion to eat tneiuxurv nnv-
where else. It U kept with scrupulous
care, is neat and tidy, and the presence of
no questionable character is permitted in
it. Mr. Saup has, ulso, always on hand
fresh cakes of all kinds; candle', notions,
toys, I&C, and deserves it continuation and
nn increase of the popular favor in which
his establishment Is held. .1.7.1 tf
of the east half ol the north eastqualter of section
two 121. toernahlii n,uriM,i flit. ....till. .k,ii
'J-."' v iiiru ij principle ineriuian, situ
at4 la Alexander cutiuty, Illinois, and the south
east quarter of the south east quarter of sec.
(ion ininy-nveiuj, township thirteen 111, south
range two 2 west of Hie third (31 principle me.
fldian, coniainlng forty 40J acre., situated In
Union county. Illinois,
. The payments to be made as follows, vis t
ooe.third cash in hand, the balance In six months
from the date of sain, secured by note and sale
mortgage oa tho premises sold.
. . . , M03EM HUTUON,
Adntlnlalrator rum lulamtato mmeto of Hie estste
of Jacob Cauble, deceased.
May lth, Un.
wrsso Gilbert, Alt'ys. 1 DdCw
H. HOTIPT, '
f c..fW llfn iTrTT
s-w mm A
mw i'uuiiu kra aonci
ssnaa'a celebratdj i.
rafw MU) u aav. and .I
hSMa ssarkel. Fre.eutatka
To cook rick witliout burning.
Burnett's cooking vossel.
To linoiL steak chop or cutlets preserv
ing all tho Julco, weight and improving
the flavor. Broil in Burnett's cookinc
To cook veoetaiileh in lesj tlmo and
with lets lire than generally required.
Use Burnett's stenm cooking vcisel,
good for any and ull purposes.
W. J, Burnett,
Thornton's Block, Cairo, III,.
Try Welch's London
Eitr, corner Commercial
Nineteenth street, for Fruit, Spongo nd
iiuii uaacs, i-ie, xarts and Blanc
Mange, Jollies, &c, buppcr parties and
picnics supplied nt thi lowest prices.
Last Call. I will commeuce the pub
lication of the delinquent list of stato nnd
county nnd city taxos the 2fitb, Inst. After
that date costs will be charged.
Alex. H. Ikvin,
dtd. Sbcrin" and Collector.
.Mrs. McGee, on Eighth street, has re
ceivod n largo invotco of very fine trim
med goods consisting ef lints of nil stylo,
bonnets, fine leghorns, etc., etc., which
sho is selling at tho very lowent figure,
(just enough to cover tho cost). Thov nru
being disposed of very rapidly; thoso who
desire a barguln In these goods should call J
at nor millinery store without delay.
Tho Arlington Garden, n delightful
placo of resort, is now ready for visitors.
Tents have been spread on tho green
sward, a high, closo fence surrounds tho
garden, and ladies and gentlemen may
enjoy tho finest of leu cream and tho cool
est of lemonade, free from the public gazo.
T. B. Ellis, Prop'r.
Go lo "Wm. Killer's, on Twentieth
street, for your fine custom mado boots
and shoes, You can't do better. Try
Swan & Co.,
Oroide and Milton Compound
Cutlery, Plated Ware, Fnncy Goods, ftc
83 OLIo Lev,
4-'.'3Im, Cairo. Illinois
11 Six and one-half
pounds Durant's A Cott'co Su
gar for Ono Dollar; Eight
pounds Now Orleans Sugar for
Ono Dollar; Pour lbs. Primo
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Rest Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollarper pound, and ov
orything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
Clerk Lynch takes Greeley down
with compln-.'ency, but ho would rather
and where is the democrat would not 7
ho would rathor light n flat-footed bat
tle with tho Rails If ho was sura wo could
Daniel Hooan, of Mound City, i
enndidato lor Sheriff of Pulaski county.
Dan, is u rather icnsittvc young man
riven to pouts and Grant, but is popular
with both Rads and Libs. Ho will make
a lively "run" If nnminnted. The Demo
crats and Liberals should Induce tho Kadi
cals to nominate some other man.
(Commnnlr-ntrill ' '
Hons! ltotH I Hons! Oh, dear mo I
what shall..,! do, .thu. nasty tiogs have
ruined my, garden nhd destroyed my
beautiful flowers I Oh dear! oh dear I my
husband has hunted tho streets for Myers,
nnd called Myers, till ho Is honrso ; ho
says mid can't find him. Y'ou, Mr. Editor
havu donu woll en dogs and they tiro
scarce in codscquencu; but, oh, tho hbgsl
why don't they give tho hogs fiO cts. a head
for every ono pounded 7 Thero they nre,
sometimes in droves, right under' tlio
magisterial and paternal loses of thirdly
father. Do kocp at 'cm, llko a good man,
till they aro ion est intendo, except in tho
butcher's shops. Saturday is u good day
for hogs, and they would bo de!ightedto
got 50 cli. of pocket money.
Yours sufierlngly, Ma'u'ia'm.
A Mule, tho properly of Drayman J)u
gan, deliberately committed sulcldo tho
other day. Thu owner had. been in tho
habit of driving tho miilo on to the wharf
boat ot Phillips ii Co., mid did so on tho
day of tho tragedy several times. In tho
nftcrnooii while ho was loading his drny
tho mule started forward and deliberately
walked off tho boat into tho river taking
tho dray with him. Need wo say tho un
fortunate quadruped met a watery grave?
The Incentive thu mule had to this deed
of self-detructton is not known, but tlioso
most intimatuly acquainted with blm be-
llevo that unrequited love drove him to
lentil. Hi; nntl been observed to wear n
dejected look for several days before ho
plunged beneath tho turbid waters of tho
Caiid of Thanks. The trustees of the
German School Association, tako-pleasuro
in returning their thanks to thu ladles who
took nn active part in mnnagingthu school
picnic, heldatScheel's Garden on the 13th
inst., for their untiring zeal in making
this picnic a pleasant affair, and n success
in every particular. Also to thu public
for their liberal patronage.
F. KoRSMKYKit, Sec'y.
There was quito a pleasant dancing
party nt tho St. Charles held on Friday
night. The Terp?ichorean young men
were tho managers, and they are reputed
to kt'.ow nil about gelling up and conduct
ing n dance in the most appropriate stylo
or the tcc-twirlnra nrt. When next tin y
dunce may we bo there to see.
Mr. John Smith denies that he ever
said In an interview that ho would sup.
port Greeloy and Brown. Mr. Smith will,
however, abide by tho action of thu Bal
timore Convention. Cuurirr-Journal.
Mr John Smith hns assured us that tho
C.-J. misrepresent hi position. He hat
never wavered in his determination to
upport Gen. Grant.
The iiBi-oitT that ono of our bachelor"
dry goods merchant hnd privately en
tered into matrimony is authoritatively
denied. Tho evidences to sustain the
Irtilh of tho report nro very strong but
not conclusive. Our pledge to thu mer
chant that wo would not mako thona evi
dence public restrains us from doing so.
1HE 'faHAWNEEtOWN GAZETTE' give
iis credit for a Greeloy song. . aro
rather musical on the Greeley question,
uui, unvu not jcv rim to rnvmcs. We aro
however rapidly approaching that itugn of
ureclAyism, and hope wo may bo able to
survive and get through it to the con vales-
cencu of prose,
Dil St'HAiiKRHoitN, ono of the most
eloquont Germans in lliu West, lectured
In Philharmonic hall Thursday night on
"The Gospel nnd the Devil, or tho Fight
in Heaven," and on Friday night on
"Greeloy and Grant, or the Fight in
America." The Doctor, in his clovor
uniquo wny, proved conclusively that tho
Gospel and Greeley wcro ontltlcd to res
pect, and that thu Devil and Grant wero
Dn. Williams, tho dontist, successor lo
Dr. Austin, is becoming very popular with
tho public, and his business ns a conse
quence is growing every day. Ho has
rented rooms in Nell's now building on
Eighth atreet, and as soon us they have
been finished, will fit them up In splendid
stylo. In tho tnoantimo, Dr. Williams
may bo found by persons dc.iring teeth
extracted or other dentist's work done, at
Austin's old stand, nbovo Elliott ii Hay
thorn' shoo storo, Commercial uvonuo.
If wo woru not sure Greeloy would bent
Grant, wo should prepare to die, and dy
Farewell, dear friends, we cannot slsyi
The home we peek is lar away;
Where Oree ley's not we vsuuot lie
This land is not the land lor wc.
Our hupf , our heart, are now on high ;
There all our joys and treasures lie.
Where (Iran; don't rule's the plice In he;
I), that's I he land, the land for wv.
The Municipal Pot (hat steamed so
vigorously for a whllo has cooled off again.
Tho breeze wo invoked Induced tho city
omcers w ao their duty, nnd wo are glad
lo say wo havo now much less causo for
complaint than wo hnd a few weeks ago.
Mayor Lnnsdon has been around, and
has glvon personal attention to tho work
Ings of the police force, The consequence
Is, thero is visible among the membors
more activity, and the ordinances havo
been lately more carefully enforcsd,
Notice is hereby given that Mary El
Ion, my wife, has left my bed and board
without provocation, nnd that I will pay
no debts sho may contract. She took with
her, in her unprovoked desertion, thrco
children, aged respectively twelve, eight
and four years. The children will bo wel
comed .buck to,their home, I do not wih
to mako public tho shortcomings of this
woman; but, knowing her deposition to
color her narrative of pretended wrongs
by stories of my blame, I would rcfir for
proof of my character to Walker & Xelli
nnd .Mr. French, of tho dry docks ; Frank
Fair, Mound City ; Vanderbilt A Cnruoj,
Cairo; A. Cutting, Metropolis; and the
inhabitant generally of South St. J.otii.
Cniro, Ills., Mny 21, 1872.
A FINE PIANO TO HK RAFFLED AT LOIt-
ETTO ACADEMY FOR ONE DOLLAR A
A year ago tho sisters commenced to cir
dilute prize tickots for this piano, but
owing to slow snlesj they have been
obliged to put off tho rafilo up to tho. pre.
cnt. They hope, soon to dispose of enough
ticket to justify them in parting with tho
instrument. A new and sweet-toned
piano! Take a chance, everybody, by nil
HOARD OF ALDERMEN.
v Council I'l'itinber. I
:to, May 21, 17. j
Present Aldermen Metcalf, Phillis,
Rearilen, Robinson, Standi, Stratton and
On motion of Alderman Stratton the
reading of the journal wa dispensed with
Tiie committee on claims reported back
with recommendation for payment, bills
of Taylor & Parsons, trustee", amounting
to $700 for one barge load of rock, 220 cu.
yds., delivered ut Tenth street sewer, tho
bill being certified by the dralnuge com-miltei-.
On motion of Aldermun Stratton
tho bill was allowed by the following vote:
Ayes Metcalf, Piilllis, Reardon, Robin
son, Standi, Stratton and Wnldor 7.
The city comptroller to whom wero re
ferred tho following bill for explanation
ns to tho price of .lumber, reported that
tho lumbor purchased for $10 por M was
of nil lengths, sizes and thicknesses, while
the lumber charged for in theso bill wa
cut to order and under contract :
Morris, Rood & Co., 4500 ft. lum
ber fjy $19 porM 87 'i
Wall it Knt, 95C0 ft. lumber
porM 181 77
C. K. Woodward, nails, hard
wara and sidewalk lumber
$1'J per M 271 24
On motion of Aid. Uobinson said bills
woro nllowod by tho following voto
Ayes Moteulf, Phillis, Reunion, Robin
son, Standi, Stratton nnd Wnldor 7
An ordinunco entitled "nn ordinanco
providing for tho construction of certain
sidewalks and crosswalks" wus read for
tho second time and on motion of Aid.
Kobinsen adopted as follows : Ayes
Metcalf, Phillis, Roarden, Robinson, Stan
di, Stratton nnd Waldcr 7. Xuys 0.
(Aid. Stnso appeared In his scat,)
An ordinunco entitled "an ordinanco
fur tho reguhitionof tho fire department"
win read it second timo nnd on motion of
Aid. Wnldor ndoptcd by tho following
vole: Ayes Metcalf, Phillis, Roarden,
Scnio, Stanml, Stratton and Wuldcr 7.
Nays Robinson 1, ,
An ordinanco entitled "an ordinanco
providing for tho construction of certain
sidewalks" was rendu second timo.
A petition was also read from several
property holders oh tho north side of
Sixth street between Washington avonuo
nnd Walnut strebt, remonstrating against
the construction of u sidewalk on that
sldo of said street and praying the exten
sion of thu sower on that street.
Aid. Robinson moved to adopt the or
Aid. Seasa moved to amend bv
.striking out that portion of the ordinance
which pertains to tho building of n sldo-walk-on
tho north -s'ldo of Sixth street.
Thoortllnnnco was then ndoptcd by tho
following voto! Ayes Metcalf, Roarden,
Robinson, Home, Standi, Stratton nnd
On motion of Ahlqrtnnn Sense tho peti
tion nnd romonatrnnco nbovo referred lo,
wns received nnd ordered filed.
On motion of Alderman Scnso tho board
then adjourned, M. J. Howley,
Steamer Quickstep, Kvnnsvllle.
" N. W. 0 , Citfnyvllle.
" Arlington, Ciudnnnil.
" Cilv ol Chester, Memphis.
" .1. .Si, Kelloug, St. Louis.
" Allegheny Hello, St. Loul.
" Rock Island, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus. -
" II. M, Shrove, Red river.
" Jim Flak, Jr., Puducnh.
" . John Kllgour, Cincinnati.
" 31. K. Poo, St. Louis.
Steamer (Julckst'p, Kvunsville.
" N. W. 0 , CiHcvvllle.
" Arlington, St. Louis.
" City of Chester.
" .1. N. Kellogg, Now Orleans.
" Allegheny Hello. Pittsburg.
" I Ik-Is Iilutid. Cincinnati.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" H. M. Shrove, St. Louts.
" Jim Fisk, Jr, Padiicah.
' John Kllgour, Now Orleans.
" Tyrone, Nuhvill
" M. K. Foe, Red river,
inn MUi;iv ima i..
Steamboats supplied at rttiy time, both
day nnd night, with either lump or chest
nut coat, In tiny quantity, unci on usual
terms, at the yard at Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contract o Mm red on favorably
term upon application.
11. V. Olyi'Hant,
I). A. Bokke, Ger.'l. Supt.
Sale Agent. 3-15-ly.
110 ATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY,
jThc tine passenger steamer Henry AmCs
is the boat leuving for all southern ports
Tho Colorado leave punctually at 5 p.
m., for Vickaburg and way landings.
Tho Grand .Tower i thu regular packet
leaving for St. Loul this evening.
The splondid steamer Idlewild willlenva
for Kvnnsvllle this evening. Pnucngers
can procure tickets for any point on tho
Ohio river by npplying nt tho offlco.
Tho Nile is tho boat departing for Lit
tle Rock and all points on thu Arkansas
The John Lunibden leaves fur ashv!lle
Tho Ohio river nt this point is again de
clining slowly. Thero Is no change to note
of tho Ohio ubovo hero, tho liso .continues
nnd the channel is easy. Cumberland
river has over thrco fuel on Hurpeth
Shoals. Tennessee continues very low
and still falling. Arkansas river contin
ues on u rapid dedino. Tho Mississippi
is slowly falling with a good channel to
St. Louis. Below hero there is plenty of
IIUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Business was good. on the loveo nndi-on-
sidernblu freight waf handled.
The weather was cgol and cloudy with
n shifting wind.
Mr. Irwin Dugnn a brother of Capt. R.
AV. Dugnn, has been appolntisl llrst dark
oflho wrecking steamer, T. F. Kckert
He arrived hero Friday from Memphis,,
where hohn been employed In tho ca
pacity' of Ulegraph opdrnlor.
Thu A rltrttrtitn l,-.t .. f.. I - 1 1 .. I. Ut
- .. ..Ml. .Ill, ,11 UI .J.l
liuls. tone came over the falls, drawing
The Pink Yurble conirnf-iicHl loading
for Memphis yesterday, and will leavu
Tlio Tyrone raised steam and started for
Nashville last night, and if thu water per
mits, sho will return with a load. The
John Lumtden U off tho docks, and will
leavo for Niislivlllo to-dny.
An exchange says, '-the new boat Sam
Guty will havo capacity for 00,000 barrel
of flour." That uniount of flour is equal
toG,000ton, and wo urn of the opinion that
sho will hardly carry that many tons.
Joo McCullough and George Clnrk, the
"boy" who did that pretty piece of pilot
Ing on tho BabliHge, wero "dead heads" on
tho Rock Island, bound for Cincinnati.
Mr. Hy Warner ha recovered from hi
recent spell of sickness, and Is nt work
Tho Rock Island, hnd u good trip of
iroignt ami people lor tho Ohio river.
iho John Kllgour came down with
a full cargo and a lair number of people
Tho Jim Fisk broke a wrist on Friday
u lew mile uolow Paducah, nnd wu
obliged to loso ono trip.
t'Jtjr NuIIouhI Dauk liiilldluic.
5A.Speclal attention paid lo orders Irom stcsin
oats niKhtor day.
Our , Homo t Advrtiaemonts .
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Timlin, saloon, B-21dtf
FitED.. Blankenheuo ha engaged n
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who recently urrlved from tho old coun
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Fred's is n lino instrument; consequently,
tho music of tho Kxculsior, llko Its liquors
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Go and listen to tho music and try some of
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The Illinois Central Hail Road Compsny now
ofterfnr salo the following described lots in Kirs
Addition to the City of Cairo, vlrt
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