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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 1872.
" . - central .
iva) and depart-
Ma eat" . cIm la
.im. ef" iro;"r:, -aicaso. nni
i "" , ail important points.
4Ai'io AMD MOUND CITY
On thelMhdtr of last monlh. dm
msin about nve feet tlx (nchea fa h
hair and blue e ye a, on ot which 1 Smllh.j
frctlvf. clean .hiVfn VhM i- .eight, black
year eM, kidnapped fW. . U slightly !
old. from near IllandvlH "" abo-il 20
lucky. The child e .ale child three year
cto in appearance .... IlidUril county. Ken.
entered with If amall for Ita age and dell,
of Dorenda ' , black eye, aod heal thinly
heraell ' ht hair, and anwr to the name
apok' rtmllh. The child alway spoke of
f -a " Pody," It la atippoaed the Hmlth
no! took the child talo the Slate of Ml,
.uri. T any person who will recOTer and lake
her back to llfamlrillc, and leave her In the
chars of Mr. John Mckol, lawyer, the above re
wardwlllbepaid. ZACHARIAII BAY,
nundriile, June , 1871.
Will make three trip dally.
uirtae cnao I list
At T...-... a.ru. I At tiso
At ll... a.m. 1 At 1:30
At p.m. I At ...
Fare each way. So cental 10 tl
Will taad, when nailed, at any go
30 ...p m
SO cenUt 10 ticket for tJ rVO.
FOURTH OF JULY!
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The aplendld teamer
Bin. Howard Capt.
Oalro DAILY. fSundar ezcentedl. al
For freUbtor puin apply on board
aaStr JAa mans, Ag't.
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE-Orer M. J. McGaule)' dru
near comer Commercial areuue an,
WILLIAM R. SMITH. M. D.
ESIDENCE No. 21 Thirteenth atr.t
. mho Washington aienueanrf Wilnnt
nwn uoiiiuioruiBi ktcdup, up eiaira.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
Rfc3iue..-(,.-eorner.nintn and Walnut eta.
iy" iiicdi Bal unio leree
Gfflce boar from S a.m. to 12 m., and 9 p.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
ftESIDEiiCE-Corner Nlneuenth atreet and
JLv wo.ng.un iBuqe, near court houae. Or
i over the poatoffioe.
Office hours to to 12
a.m.aDdztot p.m. ianlstr.
Our Home Advertisers.
P. G. Schuh
ROUGH and READY
derrtgned, Joint Committee of Arrange
the above nami.fl Firm namntni.i. It
leave to lnlorm the people 01 Cairo and vicinity
that they hate made arrauenienla for CELK.
than It ha ever been celebrated In Rniiil..m ti
llnola. For the purpoae of maklnir th affair
aucceaa nnil riirniahintr m.... .
. , . - , r ' " . cuwi isiuillf III
toall. they haro eparcd neither time, lalior nor
The celebration will begin on the morning of
"THE FOURTH," WITH A GRAND
With Apparatus through the principal
streets of the City.
The proceaalon trill he headed by the
UAIHO SILVER CORNET BAND
and will be undr the direction of
Mayor Lansde.v, as Grand Marshal,
ol the day, aiaiated by Ja. 8. HwaTHr, AaalaUnt
uuifi r.ug.nrer 01 ine rire tiepartmeoi.
immediately after the Parade the Uoat wilt learo
FOR THE PIC-NIC GROUNDS,
nthe Phmly Ornrn of Kentucky oppoaite Tiren.
lelh dtreec. Kvetv nrovialon wlil Iw. m.fl. in
render the Pic-nic FIIHT-CLAS3 in every reapect
SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 1872.
G U ST A V E KLINOSOHR.
ICE! ICE 11 ICE ! 1 1
From Wednesday May lit, th ice
wagon will canvas J the city, to continue
during tho umrncr month. Nono but
puro northern lake co will bo dcllvorcd.
Husk, Loomis, fe Co.
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of every dcacripiton will be on the ground', and
dispensed by nfttble and attentive citerera. Full
arrangements will be made for
and for thla purpoae the Committee have cngag.
ed tUenberg'a celebrated Sraixo Bakp.
DtCLARATION OF I.VDEI'E.VDKNCK
will he readbr Hon. J. H. Oberly.and approprl
ate apeechea will be delivered by eminent Speak
er, will be interlude'! by aelect music by tho BIN
ver Cornet Hand.
The day's entertainment will conclude with
A GRAND BALL
in the Evening at
Washington Hall and Garden,
under the direct management of the beat Ternai
chorean talent In tne Fire Department.
Several Fire Companiea from aoroad hare been
Invited, and will probab y be preaent.
In conclusion, and on behalf of the above
named Fire Companiea, the Committee reapeet
ully intltelhe people ol Cairo and aurrouu-llng
country In participate in the festivities, and thus
aasiat in making the affair agraid aucceaa and
worthy of the ever glorious " Fourth."
TICKET! roa thi PICNIC, Wic.
Children accon.panle.it by their parent", free.
M, J. Howler,
Jos. 51. Velrun.
II. T. Martin,
The Illlnola Central Rail Road Compiny now
oflerforealethefollowlngdeacrlbed lota In Flr
Addition to the City of Cairo. Tit 1
Lot 27 block 20. Lot 24 block ,
J8 , " n " .
6 ti. " 28 " 82,
l C 2, " 31 " 82,
3 " m " 32 " 82. ,
orterma.eK. apply to JAMES JOHNSON,
Mil r Agen.
T. B. Elll, proprietor, corner 7th ttrect
and Commercial nvenue, Cairo, 111., it
Droparod to accommodato tho public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lower
rates than nny othor flm-ciass homo in
tho city. Tho rooms aro all well fur
nlshcd, light and airy, good safnplo rooms
for the accommodation of Commercial
Bi'onls. Tho houso is located in tho cen
ter of tho business part of tho
one squaro of tho post otlice.
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
street, nenr tho post office, tho proprie
tress would inform tho public that fcho
is prepared to accommodate tho public
with Unt-clau board and well furnished
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason
able terms. Ample preparations have
been made to accommodato an unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronage so
licited. " Mrs. T. N. Gaffnkv.
J. J. Andekbon & Co., gat fitters, 61
Ohio Lcveo, over Lonergan & Cunning
hams, feed store, do all kinds of steam anp
gas fitting cheaper than the cheapest, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction in every in
stance. Jftlioy do not pleaso tboy will
not charge Givo them a trial. They
know their business porfectly. Remember
tho place, C 1 Ohio Levoe. 631
rstMiettflra Mee, Balletlm Baliaiav,
Tho canvassers for the Cairo Citt Di
rectory completed their work sevoral
months ago, but we lmvo been delayed in
the publication of tho work by many
causes. We have put into our establish
ment steam, and very ixr-KNsirr. new
fr eases a Cottrell Babcock four
roller cylinder press, a half.medium Uni
versal, a Gordon and a Liberty, besides a
great varitiy of nexo type.
Thcso change in tho ofllco havo occu
pied all our time and attention for months,
but we havo now leisure to devote to tho
Directory which fa in the hands of the
This will be made one of the finest di
rectories ever issued in tho West will
he I'RInted in colors, and In every way
be a specimen of typography that wo
know wo shall havo reason to bo proud of.
The edition trill be large, and will lcavo
tho binder's hands in about six weeks.
Any advertiser who desires to make
changes in his advertisements, may do eo
through tho mall, or by sending instruc
lions to this office.
Wo hope the public may avail them
solves of this opportunity to patronizo a
Cairo enterprise that richly deserves
The Jackson 'Whig and Tribune' of a
late dato says, " tbe survey for the exten
sion of tho Mississippi Control railroad
from this city to Cairo, was completed on
Tuesday. Tho road will pass through Mi
lan, leavo Trenton about 11 miles to the
west, and Dresden about 10 miles to tho
cast, crossing tho Paducah road at tho
state lino, and tbonco to Cairo ; running,
after passing Clifton, Ky., parallel with,
and within about eight miles of tho Mo-
bilo ii Ohio road. Tho road Is located
from this city to Milan, and Captain
Maun with his corps will proceed to Mi
lan next week for tho "purpose of locating
the road from that point north. Wo
learn that tho contract for grading will be
let out on tho 1st of July, and that tho
work of construction will bo pushed with
Rabpherries are in market at twonty
Ave cents a box.
To Ice Cream Eaters. Dan Curnes is
prepared to furnish the very best article
of ico cream in large or small quantities
on reasonable terms, at Louis Lasano's old
stand on Commercial avenue between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. Al
so, attached to his ico cream saloon will be
found tho very choicest of wines, liquors
and cigars. Come one and all and patron
ise Dan. 5-31 1m
A full lino of all kinds of vegetables
at Wily A Bixby's.
Wilt & Bixdy deliver goods to any
part of tho city free of charge.
x aro informed the post-office will
be moved to tho Custom house this week.
Fred. Blankkniiero has engaged
now pianist, an accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from tho old coun
try. Ho is a very fine performer and
Fred's is a fine instrument; consequently,
tho music of tho Excelsior, Hko its liquors
and cigars, is not excelled in the west.
Go and listen to the music and try some of
Fred's cool Weiss beer. 5-23 tf
Pest in tho United Hlale. Water Cooler, Toilet
artta, 1 X I, Freeacrs, Bits and Pporge llaths,
Cage, Drats Conper and Enamelled Ware, llrlt-
ania sou piannneu ware, japanned ware or
eTery description, nnd a a general aasortmeul 0'
Among omers 1 Keep the justly celebrated
Ice Cream has becomo tho institution
of the season, and Phil Saup's the most
popular in the city. His saloon has be
come, in fact, ice cream headquarters, and
it is not the fashion to cat the luxury any
where else. It is kept with scrupulous
care, it neat and tidy, and the prosence of
no questionable characters is pormitted in
it. Mr. Saup has, also, always on hand
fresh cakes of all kinds, candies, notions,
toys, &c, and deserves a continuation and
an increase of tho popular favor in which
his establishment is held. 5-"dtf
r 0 p
It la uaeleaa to mention thdr
countr ''"'k "r ,liem"elv" throughout tl(!
I manufacture everything In Tin, Shen Iron, and
Copper Uareout ol the very lt material, and
ne no nemiatiiin In stating that I have a lariier
: -", tun-in ui KOOii IIH'II
tioned. than can be found In the cltv.
Uiuntry dealer, will find It to their Intercut to
?nJ ""i1"106 before purchttingel(where.
'uujiug, nouse guttering, and all uutalde woik
,'iuiii,iwj nucimeil 10. li. v. 1IK.N IlKlimis
ivu Cominrrclal avenue Cairo, 111.
Oaiuo, III., Mty 16, 1872,
We, tho undemlgncd barbers, in tho
city of CHiro hereby mutually agruo nnd
pledge oursulvcs thut on and after Sun.
day, June 2d. 1872. we will kekp nun
iUiiuKit Shops closed on Sunday
"uiumj tub entire day, and will not
do nny barbering business of whatevor
Kina or ueicriptlon on that day.
Prop hi vtu.
poundi Durant's A Coffee Su
gar for One Dollar; Eight
pounds iew Urleans Sugar for
One Dollar: Four lbs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
, nan per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
ovnty.nve Centa per pound ;
JouMf Hyson and Oolong Tea,
On Dollar per pound, and ev-
Pat Fltzgorald, of tho samplo room
has received tbe appointment of agent for
tho talo of the Hummondsport, N. V., Ur-
bana Wine Company's wines in this city
If the bottlo with which we have been
favored is a sample of the quality of
these wines, then we aro prepared to say
that they aro among the best we have ever
tasted. Ho has iust received a laro con.
signment, which ho is propared to soli at
tho lowest figures. He has also on hand a
Urge and complete stock of tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of every variety
Try the KxoKLsioit.Thote whn in.
dulgo themselves In luxuries such hi St
Louis Lager Boer, Cocktails, Gin sling,,
rich Wines and ice cold Lemonades, all
sweetened withflnest piano music, should
can on reu. Hlunkenberg,. Ho has the
cooicst, quietest and linen saloon in the
west. 110 litis also a fine billiard tahi (v..
the uso of hi, guests andjhls cigars cannot
More rain fell early yesterday morning
and the skies threatened showers all day
The late rains have laid the dust and
placed the roads in a splendid condition
The rope-walking woman continues lo
attract crowds of curious spectators every
St. Mary's park contains twelve acres
of land, all of which the city will secure
for the small sum of $1,200. A bully
The Mound City 1 Patriot ' of Thurs.
day published the able address of Rev,
Mr. Thayer at the Mound City cemetery
on decoration day.
Our citizens are iustly proud of
the custom house. Tbe vast pile, us it
reaches completion, becomes the most con
spicuous ornament of tho city.
Wily & Bixuy 'have a full lino of
wooden nnd willow ware of a superior
quality, which thoy will sell for a smaller
margin than any other houso in tbo city.
Special meeting of the German School
Society at tho school house this afternoon
Juno 9th, at 4 o'clock sharp. For the pur
pose of engaging the teacher for tho next
school year. F. Jvorsmeyer, Sec y.
Fine Aivrs.for June, is the fourth issue
of this handsome periodical and is, in iu
ongravings and literary contents, fully
equal to tbo preceding numbers. Subscrib
ers may procure tho most elegant monthly
magazine now published by uddressing
Fino Arts publishing company, 34 Bond
street, New York.
City Comjtroller, Burnett, who Is
alio book-keeper for Tuk Bulletin, has
left tbo city for a littlo summer recreation
in tho neighborhood of Niles, Michigan,
and the place which generally knows him,
will know him no more for about two
weeks. Mr. Burnett's family will remain
north for sevoral months.
An industrious and sober colored man
of this city, who hasj lived quietly with
his wlfo slnco bis marriage, was accosted
by her a day or two ago, as she pasied by
his working place, with "good bye, ."
"Good bye said ho, supposing sho
wu going to pass an nour or so wim a
friend. But on going to his houso at night,
ho found all her clothing gone, und ho has
not heard of her since
t . Theobold,
J. Geo. Stolnhouse,
To cook rice without burning.
Burnett's cooking vessel.
To uitoiL steak chop or cutlets preserv
ing all tho Juice, weight and improving
the flavor. Broil in Burn.:', s cooking
To cook vegetables In- less tlmo and
with less fire than generally required,
Use Burnetts steam cooking vessel,
good for any and all purposes.
W. J. Burnett,
Thornton's Block, Cairo, Ills.
Maonolia Ladies' Slippers at Elliott dc
Haythorn's, just received. tf.
We have received card of invitation
to a grand barbocuo at Deal's Grove
Charleston, Mo., on the 21th inntunt'.
Tho burbecuo is, a Joint celebration of the
aiasons, Odd Follows, Good Temnlar.
Sunday schools and cltUons of Charleston
and vicinity, and promises to bo a grand
affair. The St. Louis and Iron Mmmi.t.
railroad it is oxpoctod will furnish tickots
at reduced rates and a special train will
run from Greenfield's landing, opposite
this city, on tho Cairo and Fulton road.
Arrangements aro being made to accotn
mouate one thousand people Tho bill of
titro Is to bo an oxtra one. Ticke.it fnr
adults will bo fifty cents and for children
twenty.uve cents. Music will be furnished
y tne Charleston Cornet band and th
affair it to close with u grand danco in the
M. Burns, proprietor of tho Mechanics'
Wrd ng,, Commercial and
Third street, Clro, IlllnoU, announce,
that he it now keeping a first-claM ? hotal
and boarding house tor tho accommoda
tioa of regular boarder or transient
guests. He hat accommodations " for
eighty io one hundred people: hit table I
well kept, his rooms light and airy, and
not a bed lr. the house that has not either
a set of springs or a feather bed. s-lm
Excellent Weiss beer at tbe Thalia.
Wk havo received tbo programmo of
tho St. Louis National Saongerfest to bo
held in St. Louis from Wednesday tho
12th till Saturday the 10th inclusive
Tho Saongerfest will open on Wednesday
by a grand recoptlon concert. Nino
hundred and ninoty-nino singers will
take part in this opening concert, and ono
hundred and sixty three musicians. On
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, tbe samo
number ol musicians and flfteun hundred
singers will participate, on which days
Mrs. Dexter tho celebrated soprano, will
The people of tho city will be glad to
learn that Alderman Seases' resolution
dlrocting an Inquiry Into tho oxpedioncy
of endorsing St. Mary's park has been
adopted by the council, and that the ordi
nance committee has been directed to
draft an ordinance providing for the ex
penditure of $1,000 for a fence about the
park, and $200 for putting it into proper
condition. Two hundred are not enough
to Improve the grounds properly, but
mat amount Is far better than nothing,
and so, with thanks to tho council for small
favors, wo can wait until the good time
coming hat come, when the park will be
made ,at tqe public expense, a thing ol
heauty and tt Joy forever. St. Mary's
park will hersafur U one of the peculiar
Institutions of Cairo
'The wether Sido of Now York, or
tho Vice, Crime and Poverty of the Great
Metropolis," is a work of intense interest
Just Issued by tho Now York publishers,
Sheldon & Co. Tbo book it what its title
Imports a succession of truthful picturo
of tho lowest strata of tho population of
tho L'rcat cltv. Tho author It
Edward Crapsev, a Now York Journal
1st of assured reputation, whoso professiom
has brought him face to face
with manv of tho tconos
ho so nbly and truthfully describes. Not
withstanding its subject, there is nothing
in this book offcnslvo to purity and refine
ment; it may bo read by any one with
profit as a sad but real portraiture ol tho
misery and degradation (and thoir causes
of a largo part of tho inhabitants of tho
trroat Mctronolis. ror salo by . B
Rockwell & Co.
A New Society Novel. "Tho Reign
ing Hello," Mrs. Ann S. Stevens' now so
clcty novel, is in press, and will bo pub
lished in a few days by T. B. Peterson
Brothers, Philadelphia, Pa. It is said
bo tho best book that this popular author
ess has over written. "Tho Reigning
Hylic" will be Issued in a largo duodecimo
volume, uniform with Mrs. Stevens' sov
cnteen other works, and will bo for salo at
all thu bookstores at tho low price of $1
in cloth, or $1 GO in paper cover;
copies will be sent by mail, to any placo
post-paid, by the publishers, on receipt of
tho price of tbe work in a letter to loom
Wo understand that T. B. Peterson
Brothers, Philadelphia, Pa., thu publishers
of the popular poem of "Ilnautlful Snow,
have secured tho services of the distln
guished American artist, Mr. Edward
Henry, of New York, to illustrate this fin
poem for tbem ; and they have in press, to
be shortly published, a new illustrated
edition of It. We are sure that the well
known reputation of Mr. Henry will insure
to the public something abovo in merit
what is usually seen in so-called illustrated
books. The new novels Just published by
this well known house, "Who Shall Bo
Victor," the sequel to "Tbe Cancelled
Will," by Miss E. A. Dupuy," My Hero,'
a charming love story by a new English
writer, "The Fatal Marriages," by Henry
Cockton, dec, are especially good and are
having large sales, and should be read by
Regular Joint Session of. the City Council.
CocxctL Cutatia, 1
Cairo, III., June 7, 1872. f
A new color is called "Vende."
The Dolly Varden costumes are falling
into bad repute.
Fashionable young gentlemen have very
generally adopted tho high standing Eng
lish collar this season.
Tho black lace scarfs most fashionable
this season aro of plain net without dots,
made very long and finished on the edgo
with Spanish blondo lace.
The pointed veils of black Spanish laco
aro very fashionable, and aro generally be
coming, which is, of course, the very best
reason for their being la mode.
Swiss muslin bats for children uro made
on a stitl irnme. Tho prettiest navo a
succession of fluted ruflles, with tho center
finished by an Alsaclan bow of tbe muslin
edged with Valenciennes.
Suits of plain colored lawns, usually
trimmed with tome harmonizing shade of
tho same goods, will be worn for the street.
Also linen polonniscs trimmed with black
velvet, guipuro to match tbo color of tho
linen, or linon fringo, aro much in favor
for evory-day wear. Thcso appear tho
best when worn over black silk skirts, al
though skirts of tho same material us the
polonaiso arc often seen.
Judge Bross' court was well attended
yesterday. Tho " fair but fallen " woro
out en mussu, most of whom havo taken a
change of residence for a short timo.
Lucy Hawkins, whoso virtue is rather
questionable, Judging from the name thu
lioiisu bears where sho resides, was fined
$10 and costs. Miss Lucy didn't havo
tho stamps, und was sent up for 17 days.
Laura Hawkins, inmate of houso of ill
fume, lined $10 and costs. Jail 1C days.
Huttlo Miller, Inmate of houso of ill
fame, 10 and costs. Jail 15 days.
Mollio Seymoro, ininato of house of ill
fumo, $10 and costs. Jail 1G days.
Mary Lamen, Ininato of house of 111
fame, $10 and costs. Jail 1G days.
Mugglo Sweeney, Inmato of house of 111
famo, $10. Jail IS days.
Grace Windsor, for drunkenness, was
fined $2 and costs. Forked over.
Minnie Reeves, drunkenness, fined $2
and costs. Paid.
Wesley F. Edmonson, drunkenness,
fined $5 und costs. Jail 10 days.
James Orange, drunk and disorderly,
fined $6. Jail 10 days.
Tho Arlington Garden, n delightful
place of retort, is now ready for visitors.
Tents have been spread on tho green
sward, a high, close fence surrounds the
garden, and ladies and gentlomen may
enjoy tho finest of ice cream and tbe cool
est of lemonade, free from tho public gaze.
T. B. Ellis, Prop'r.
An Englishman, a thorough bookkeeper
and accountant wishes to obtain employ
ment in making up books, accounts &c.
Hat flrtt-class recommendations from last
situations. Terms moderate. Address J,
R. Pettet at this office.
Cairo, June 6th, 1872. C-73t.
Present Budcr, Cunningham, Hurd,
Phillis, Robinson, Scbuh, Scaso, Standi,
Stratton, Taylor and Wood 11.
Tbo Mayor being abtont, on motion,
Councilman Taylor was called to tho
On motion of Alderman Cunningham,
tho reading of tho Journal was dispensed
Tho following 'ordinances were road a
second timo: "An ordinance in relation
to grocory bonds;" and, "An ordinanco
to amend ordinanco No. 14, of tho Revis
cd Ordinances.'1 A motion by Council
man Wood to tablo tho latter ordinanco
Aldermen Wnlder nnd Saflbrd appeared
in thoir scats.
SPECIAL COMMITTEE REPORT.
Tho special commttteo appointed nt the
last meeting of this body to nscortain and
report tho;cott of foncingSt. Mary's park,
reported through Alderman Scaso, chair
man, thut for tho sum of one thousand
dollars said park can be enclosed with a
good, substantial fence of thu following
materials, viz. : red cedar posts, with cy
press bac-board eighteen inches wide, and
from top of bato board to tho top of the
posts, five strands of galvanized iron wiro
proporly spaced nnd secured to tho posts
The committee recommended tho adoption
of the following reolutlon,vlz.:
Resolreil, that the committee on ordi
nances bo, und hereby tiro instructed to
draft and report an ordinance at the noxt
regular Joint meeting or tho Council, au
thurlzimr the expenditure of twelve htin
dred dollars for fencing and otherwise im-
urovitiL' mi id park, so that the samo may
bo secured to the uso nnd control of the
pllv. Tho foncu lo be constructed In ic-
cordanco with tho foregoing report, and
tho work to bo dono under the direction
of a special committee of three, to be ap
pointed by the Mayor; the said committee
to havo tho work of fencinc, etc., done by
contract, or purchase the materials and
havo the work dono by tho dav with com
petent men, as In their Judgment may seem
Councilman Schuh moved to receive the
report and adopt the resolution. Carried
COMMUNICATION FROM ARAII FIRE CO.
A communication from tho board of di
rectors of the Arab firo company, asking
the Council to employ an engineer to take
charge of their steamer, was presented
and, on motion of Councilman Wood, re
ferred to the board of directors of the lire
Councilman Hurd, from the special com
mittee to exumino into the matter of spe
cial assessments, asked for further time to
report, which wa, on motion of Alderman
The city leomptroller referred back his
report made at the last meeting of tbo
Council, with n statornent that he bad re
ceived no other propositon or bid than
Mr. Cantwell's, for running a garbage
cart during tbo summer.
Alderman Sease moved that the comp
troller be Instructed to contract with Mr.
Cantwell for running a garbago cart until
September 1st, at his proposition of eighty
dollars a month.
Carried as follows : Ayes Budcr, Cun
ningham, Hurd, Phillis, Robinson, Ssfford,
Scbuh, Sease, Standi, Stratton, Taylor,
Walder and Wood 13. Nays 0.
On motion of Councilman Hurd, ad
journed. M. J. Howley,
Steamor Colorado, St. Louis.
" " Eddyville, Nashville.
" Littlo Condor, Memphis.
" City of Chester, "
" Quickstep, Kvansvllle.
" Florence, Islrnd No. 1.
" Arlington, Cincinnati.
" Wild Cat, St. Louis.
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Indiana. N. Orleans.
Rock Island, St. Louis.
" Belle Memphis, "
Steamor Colorado, Vicktburg.
" Eddyville, Nathvillo.
" City of Chester, St. Louis.
" Quickstep, Evansvllle,
" Arlington, St. Louis.
" Florence, "
" Wild Cat, Cincinnati.
" Jim Fisk Jr., Paducah.
' Illinois, Columbus.
" Indiana, Evansvilie.
" Rock Island, Cincinnati.
" ,Bollo Memphis, Memphis.
1110 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any timo, both
day and night, with clthor lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills,
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyphant,
D. A. IIokee, Gcn'l. Supt.
Sales Agont. 3-lG-ly.
iioats to leave to-day.
Tho elegant passengor boat, Potomac
leaves for Now Orleans and way points,
The fine and fast packet City of Vlcks
burg, is tbo Anchor lino boat leaving tor
Momphis and Vlcksburg this ovonlng at
Tho dashing Grand Tower is tho tegu
lar St. Louis packet, leaving at 8 p.m. to
day. Tho Utah will be In to day, bound for
Littlo Rock and all points on tho Arkan
sas river and leaves at 10 a.m.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Tbo Ohio at this point rose 6 inches
yesterday. The Monongahela at Pitts
burg is rising slowly, caused by tho late
rains In that section. At Cincinnati, the
Ohio is rising fait with 10 feet in tbo
channel. Tho canal at Louisville con
tinues 7 feet walor, and tho river rising.
Tho condition of the Cumberland river
reraaint the same, with 2 foot on Harpeth
Shoals. The wabash is riling fast. Tho
decline in the Arkansas continues. Red
river is slowly rising.
1IUBINESS AND WEATHER.
Business was fair on tho levee, and
plenty of freight on hand. Tho weather
was warm and cloudy, and light dashes
of rain at intervals.
The Indiana has 460 tons, railroad Iron
for Evansvllle. She will load there for
Tbe Jim Fisk goes up Cumberland
river as far as Eddyville to-day for a load
of wboat for Paducah.
Tho f Arlington, passed around for St.
Louis with a good packet trip. Sho dis
charged qulto a Jot of sundries for tho
Tho Eddyville had a fair trip from
Nathvillo and returned yesterday.
Tho Littlo Condor brought up a tow of
empty barges from Memphis.
Tho Colorado had a fair load and made
additions hero. The Florence had abargo
of hogs for St. Louis. Tho Quickstep had
but little freight, and returned with a fair
number of passengors.
Tho Indiana had a largo number of dock
and cabin passengers.
The Rock Island hod a good trip and a
number of people.
City National Bank atltUsss;.
MJ3peclal attention paid to orders Irom ttetm
oils nUlit or dav.
C. Hanny wishes the
public to be informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in me
Southwest, and that he is de
termined to sell every article
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. He
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
BEERWART, 0RTH'& CO.
130 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
' Dealer In
STOVES, TINWARE, HOLLOW
W IRE CLOTH
for Window bcreen,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS,
Ac, dec, ic.
CRADLES, &c, &c.
Also manufacturer of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Copper Ware.
Sole Agents for tbe celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric's Moveaule Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
HCANTLIN A COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS.
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a sura cur or (molting chlmnlt.