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' VukrASU or TBI Illinois cbiiui .
tJlSSSto StWi. th arrival ua dPrt-
f sier Walae at Cairo i
sa-Mall train. dily mobS'.
SSWkHSWfr fromC.ro t. Bt. Uy
IMM Mm Cairo to CS".
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t0A6 AND JfOUND CITY
Will tnikt three trips daily.
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At 6..........-.. p.mi
ORDINANCE NO. 24.
In retallontp irtoccr y'bontiay , . i
lie It Of dalheefby the City Corfaell bt the t Ity bt
Cairoi . . ....
8ICVI1 M.ai iiereauer kii """".ft"1" ,
III CUT OU "u" vi muhtii i iitmj; p.."-. -, 7 ,
nuWlo and approved by the City Council j
joint setlon convened, instead of by the Uty
Ccrk now provld-d by ordinance, i
A,ProT,.lJ..oel8.M?.2f LAN3UEN, Mayor, '
M. J. llow.11, ciiy tiers.
ORDINANCE NO. 25;
1 StaVR CUM
11 . .-m
a, ... P-rfl.
a. , in tlrketa for 12 60.
Will land. h.i! hailed, .t uny good lntermedlta
Yif or pMsepRers of freight nor ltf.
Ben. Howard 'Capt'.t 4
Olro DAILY, (Sunday eieepled), at I
For trelxhtor paaasg" anplv'An board or
lit rfiuIt:on oUfM fir Depaitmcnl.
Bt llordelnod by the Mf,Cuncll oClhc city of
Any o(Tler a commnnJol'i (Ira
nnn twnvat fiflre. wno tha". refu.a lo aAtaMh his
engine where directed by th Otilet afcaamaer or
hie Aitanr, nrto here water threwarrom the
noeeol hit company In accordance jtrlth the or
der of the Chief MBneer or hie Astlatant, shall
oesutltf nt n mtearmeanor, and, en convict.on,
hall be fined not! thin fire dollars nor mora
than twenty-fire ilollara for each and ereryoffenie.
Stc. 2. Any fire company of the rii ot Cairo
refusing toobiytheltgalordeiaol the ChierEn.
lLTnr hU Assistant, ehall forfeit all claim to
the qtiarterlr allowance now allowed the u
ernl camp mlea ly ordinance, and thai) bo prm
hililtcd from acting aa a tire company within the
limit uf t ie rlty ol Cairo. All qetetioni arising
nn.ler hu fpcllun eliall be decided by a majority
rote of I lie fire department.
era s. in eeveraj nr eotnpania wnilrai a
resbitll Mfnder ttJ control. uCth UtiitPftn
to etatlon the several coanbanlea, and direct where
and when the waUr shall bn thiown. and sener.
ally to excrolio tuerrllon of rach and nil the
companies preent nt a fire; but ail his orders
shall boKlTcn thmush Iheoitcera in eommand
of the roinnany. Any ctnnrjrjT Infrlnslnc this
i claiming - ursi water,': snail tie tiepriT.
rule and (
(IMTiuht to rh&ka.anuli e'afni. andlha chief
E6einer rhall determine' ail' qutatldn 'Mch
hill arise Under this rule, subject to an appeal
lo the Are department nt a Mated nifetliif. '
hcc i. -jne .errrai nro companies oi tne city
whllr returning from a Hrn (union the etrreta are
mnddvl. ehall not run their enalna and lio
cart con the sidewalks, or race with ench other.
and aiiauobaerfc mjciiuips nmy te prccnooj.
f. It elmll be the dutr o all peraeus in the
B. a BKIGUAM, M. l)n
ttomeoPATIIIC Physician and Bureeon. Of.
rl flee 1M .'emmorclftl arenite. Kesidence or
leutb street three doots west of 0 R. vVoodward.
by the i h ef Knulueerof Hie hrede) artment
f. It ahnll hi. lhn duty n all hirMana In
naiahborhooit of 'a fire ablnto. work, to.csilft la
maiiagicK auu wontina; in nra onginea, aim any
person whq shall relnae'or neglect ti aid nnd hi
ll.l In ll.. Al K. .KI.I , .h-!l fn.l.ll
anu pay to ine c.ty tiii) sum oi not iennnni
nouara nor inoro man one nunurou dollars ioi
each and every nfTenie.
Approved junointh, ibtj.
JOHN M. I.AN3DEN. MKVor.
Attest! 11. J. Howlit, Oiy Clerk.
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Over M. J. Mcaaule)'e.drug store
netr corner Conmerclal vavtnu and Elgh
teeath street. . I S-ZUt
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
nESIDE.NCr-No. 21 Thirteenth street, bo
XV tvrceo Washington atenuaand Walnut street.
umce uiiamuiarciftiavenuii, up auirs.
C.W. DUNNING, JM. D.
nT.SIDKNCE-cornerNlnth and Walnut sta.
iVOnVe comer -ilxtli street and Ohio leveo.
utnee nonrs trom o a.tn. to ix in., ana v p.tn
H. WARDNER. M. D.
RESIDENCK Corner Mncttenth sireet and
Washington avenue, near court houae. Of.
Bee over the postofflce. Office hours 10 to is
a.in. tad stot p.m. lauHtf.
ORDINANCE NO. 2.
To amend ordinance No. 14 of the revised or
Be It ordained by (lie City Council of the ivty of
tiic. l. That section numljered lu (ten)
of ordinance numbered 14 (fourteen)
of Ith " Unit TevUlon ' of hnl hac 1 1
rpernied." or nnu ng a',"ine enu or ine aaia
ertlon Iho following, vl.: "And provided ali-o
t at on all streets wtiloh are one hundred le-et in
Idth the Inside line of the ton covering of IIih
vidennik, when It Is of wood, shall be pU-.Til five
feet distant from the front line of the lot: and on
all other streets, exicpt J.evee strett, the raid
t ncoverlni shall beplaced fourleetdistantfrom
said Iron linn of the hit .
Aparoted June 18th. 1S72.
JOHN M. LANSPCN. Major.
Atte.t, M J. Howlit, Cily Clt-rk.
REPORT OF tfHE CONDITION
Go Tp.the.ThalU. for the belt Welti
boer in town, 6-Jldtf
lintid at the
W.itss bc?r i-onilautl y on I
TbmWk lalootif i I ' '
A !rira!B''cH' of Magnolia and Em-
preis Ladlw' MlMtri at Klliott 4 Hay-
horn', Connerclal artMHM.
rW tn Wsa. Xhler'i. on Twentieth
treat, for your flna ettttom- nnde boots
and shoe. Ton can'ti do better. Try
IThk Girl want to know what the
Tartly EAve her to cook that he could no
cook. Anyway, precious,. lit tie the had
to cook. C8d3w.
Who can bksist the orrKR. The
Continental Life Imura'nce Company of
New York inua Life Policies for 91,000
on any ago between 16 and 24, for C cents
a day. W. F. Pitch eh,
Gen'). Agt. for Southern Ills.,
THE BULLETIN. ,
.Atx memlors,.of the. .Invincible club
and thote wishing ,to become member ,
aro requested to meet at the Philharmonic
hall' Wednsdny June the 'lDth, at 8
o'clock p.tn for the purpose of electing
officers Ac. By order of the commlttco.
Dan. Haktuan has received one of the
largest itoqks of Fruit Jnres ever before
brought to Cairo, and is desirous of closing
it out without dolny. IIo theroforo offers
Mason's Improved Porcelrun'solf-sealori,
quarts at $3.00 per dozen ; glnsswlro topi,
quarts, at $1.25 perdozen and half-gallons
ut $2.00 per dozen. These are the cheapost
prices iri the market. tf.
Heavy .Kino, glass Fruit Jars, (tin top)
quarts S1.2& and half gallons, $2 per doz.
Gonulno "Mason Improved," Fruit Jura,
(glass iop, self soalers,) quarts' $2, and half
gallons $3 per dozen. Beit "V. G. (Iron.
stone china) plates and' teas, CO cents por
set. Fino goblets, only 10 cents apieco.
Other goods in proportion, at
Parsons, Davis & Co.'n,
0-1 5-tf 6 and 7 Tenth street.
PttMlMtla BMe, lletlai 1IHI,
THE CAIRO DIRECTORY.
The canvassers for the Cairo City Di
rectory completed their work several
months ago, but we have been delayed in
the publication of the work by many
cauies. We have put into our establish-
ment ateam, and very exi-ekhive new
presses a Cottrell & Babcock four
roller cylinder press, a hnlf-niediutn Uni
versal, a Gordon and-'a Liberty, beside a
great variety of new type.
These' chong'et In tho offico hovo occu
pied all ourtlmelnd attention for months,
but we. have now, leisure to tloyoto to tho
Directory which h in the hands of the
This will be made one of tho ilnost dl
octorie? over issued in the West will
he printjed in colors, and in every way
be a specimen Df typography that we
know wo shall havo reason to be proud of.
The edition will be large, and will leave
the binder's hands in about six weeks.
Any advertiser who desires to mnko
changes in hit advertisements, may do so
through tboumall, or by lending instruc
tions to this office
"We hope tho public may avail them
solvos of this opportunity to patronizo
.Cairo enterprise that richly deserves
E. P. BtTRLINOHAM, Esq., tilt ACtlte,
thorough-going, general agent of tho Ltfo
Association of America, has been opera
ting In Cairo 'during the patt few days.
Ma Is a tireless Individual in whatever po
sition you may place him.
. Bev. D.B'. TurnKY thinks liii candida
ture for Stato Superintendent premature,
and theroforo withdraws. For onco in
hi life, ovorybody agroe with the Kev.
' A general mooting of tho German
School Society will bo held at F. Brow'
office; on Friday ovonlng, June 21st, 1872,
at 8 o'clock.
0-2021. F. Korsuxyer, Scc'y.
The themometer yesterday, stood at
04s in tho shade, and 120 in the sun. In
tbo afternoon a cooling breeze iwept over
tho city, otherwise the heat would have
Morris. Rood A Co.'a taw mill, near Dwxllwo House ros Rmt. The
Ulltn, Is one of the loading esiallUhmenU ocondrtory.tf .tUbrlqk building on tho
Our Home Advertisers,. 0ITY NATIONAL BANK
At Cairo In the Blate of Illinois, nt the c!oe of
liusioess, June tu'ti,
II. S Bunds to SfCUro cir
U. ti. Bond, on h ind.
Oiher fc'tocU, Bunds and
Due from re-leiming nnd
rcieive aaents -lCJ.aT ni
Due trom other nat'l bank 40,488 l:t
" oilier oanu bdo
bankers 23,371 00
Other .real estaie..
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Hills of natiunsl bsnks -
i Fractional cy. anl nickels,
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i Legal Under nutea
f. 2W 20
M. Burns, proprietor of tbo Mechanics
boarding house, corner Commercial and
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces
th u t ho is now kooping a flrst-clttsi hotel
and boarding house for the accommoda
tion of regular boarders or transient
guests. Uo has accommodations for
eighty to ono hundred people ; his tablo is
well kept, bis room light and airy, ana
not a bed tn the bouse that has not either
a (nt of springs or a feather bed. 5-1 m
-Tho Arlincton Garden, a dollehtful
place of resort, is now ready for visitor.
Tents have been spread on tho green
award, a high, closo fence surrounds tbo
cardon, and ladies and gentlemen may
enjoy the finest of ice cream and the cool
est of lemonade, free irom me puoitc gaze.
T. B. Ellis, Prop'r.
Capital stock paid In
Hurplu fund;.).. 4
Ciruulatl- n outstanding
front ana loss
In ivldual deposits
Due to rjlste banks
Sran or ItliNon, 1
Alexander County. J
I, Walter Hyslop, Atsiitaut Cashier of the City
Natiouil Uanlc cf Cairo, do aolemnly swear that
the abov stitement It true, tn the best ol my
Xuowledaeandbeliet. WALTEK HTLOP.
Subvrlbed and sworn to before me, this 14th day
ot June, Ie74. W. II. Moaait.
B, 11. CUNNINflUAM.T
O. D. WILLIAMSON, Vthrectora.
11. L. UAl.LllMY. j
The Democrats of Alexander county
aro requested to moot en masse nt the
Court House, in tho city of Cairo, Satur
day afternoon ul two o'clock p. m., for tho
ptirposo of appointing four delegates to
the Democratic Stato Convention, at
Springfield, 20th inst. By order of tho
Central Conirnitte nf Alexander county.
JOHIf UOWIiEY, Ch'n.
W. "W. Tjiornton, Sec'y.
Jan. 16th, 1872. td,
Work on the custom house tquaro is
progressing finely. Tho walk aro being
stoked on t Stones for macadamizing pur
poses are being broken, and tho pavement
will toon be completed. The picket fence
has alio rocelved tho finishing coat oi
The great Sacngerfest 1 over, and from
all accounts, everybody connected with it
aro by uo meant 'sorry that It is ended.
However, it was a well executed and en
joyable affair. The total receipt wore
something over $05,000. The next Sacn
gerfest is to be hold in Cleveland, Ohio, in
Dr. Field's livery stable on Tenth
start commandod n large patronago from
tho street, and is becoming moro and moro
popular every day. His creditable turn
out and low prices can't fail to win him
patron from all parts of tho city.
The utrutigtti of the calaboose gang
was greatly increased, yesterday, no less
than a half dozen hearty fellow having
been added to it bocauso of inordinate in
dulgenco tn "oxhiloratlng cundurHngo,"
In other words, they got roaring drunk,
couldn't pay their flnps, and wero committed.
of Pulaski county. Loet are drawn to
.the mill from point four, or five mlUt dis
tant, by a luro-enough locomotive, the
company havng constructed, at their own
oxpento, eight or ton miles of railroad.
The mill cut from 12,000 to 16,000 feot of
hard lumber every twenty-four hour, and
It kept In constant operation. Morrlt the
managing member of tbo firm It Jamet
S. Morris, lato of tbo firm of Morrlt
and Thornton, of Cairo.
The ordinance committee should, with
out any further delay, report un ordinance
authorizing the appointment of a health
offlcor, and defining hit duties. The re
port of the board of health, suggesting the
appointment of tuch an officer
was adopted several weoks ago, but the or
I dinanco committee teem to have disre
garded the lueitettloii ultoirclher. Tbu
necessity for the appointment of tuch offl
cer It urgent. So policeman will without
extra compensation, astuniotho discharge
of extra dutiet, nnd, unless a health officer
is nppointed the present manifest neglect
of sanitary matters will continue. That
thi cannot lafely be done ia too apparent
to need urging. Give ut, then, tho health
cornor of Wathlnjtoti avenue and 18th vj.
street, containing tlx well furnlthed
room, good cittern and necessary out
home, it for rent on reasonable term.
Apply tp Samuel' JaVOrr,' Oajev'i coal
lit . I . - "
ynru, opposite i, unarios Hotel,
AVe liMr it stated that a wealthy Cin.
clnnati gentleman bus in contemplation
tho establishment of nn extensive dry
goods jobbing house, in tho vicinity of the
now custom house. Uo will bo warmly
welcomed, and hit venture, no doubt, will
bo successful from the first.
S. Walters, tho lumber merchant, bat
utt returned from an extended tour
through "Wisconsin and Michigan, where
ho purchased the largest tock of Yellow
and "White Pino ever before brought to
Cairo, and large supplies of all kinds of
building material used in this market
Mr. Walter made hit purchases for cash
and can thereforeuas he does, sell closer
than any dealer in St. Xouls, Cincinnati
Louisville, or any whero else on the riv
er. His steamboat lumber is of every va
riety, and hit stock is very .large, to which
fact the attention of steamboat men i
called. f-3 ltf.
OF THE COSTDITIOIT
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CAIRO, ILLS.,
At the close of buslnesi,' June .lOthi 1672.
i - ' . i LJi -
Loans and dlacounta
U. S. liends In trcu .circu
lation V, S. Hoods nud securities
on hand m......m.m.i..-
Other Mocks, bonds nud
I(U-lrom redeeming nud re
Due fiom oilier nat'l bauka
" banks and tinkers.
nun tare and Iflxtiticc.
Cash Items, including iev
tjn in riuim iu coiu p vi
Currency 20,280 b
si, eon oo
U 150 WJ
1 2,6S5 C7
Coopers Wanted. Four coopers, who
can mane tignt worK, can una tteeuy era
ployment, at good wages, by applying at
J. Benj. Moorcroft'a, Thebes, Alexander
county, Ills. C8d3w.
LIBERAL MASS MEETING.
Tho liberal republicans of Alexnnder
county aro requested to meet at tho Court
house, in Cairo, on Saturday afternoon,
Juno 22nd inst., at throe o'clock, for the
purposo of electing delegate to the Lib
eral State convention that is to convene in
the city of Springfield, on Wednesday the
20 inst. A full attendance of Liberal
Republicans I expected and desired, at
upon the action of the convention the fu
ture harmony of the party to a contlder-
able extent I dependent. By order of the
central committee. D. Arter.
We publish an interesting letter from
Chicago on our tecond pago to-day.
Smallenburo ha shipped 3,300 dozen
cabbage thi prlmr, instead of 2.800
dozen, at ttated by ut Tuesday.
Burnett't Steam Cooking Vessel is war
ranted to cook quicker nnd better than
any retel in use, for sale at A. Holley't
The oldest inhabitant, who is prone to
deny that anything present enn equal
something in tho past, readily agreod that
yesterday was tho hottest and most op
pressive day within tho range of recollec
tion. The mercury roso entirely beyood
tho limit of natural vision.
THE LITTLE KENTTJCKIAN,
No. 63 Oh'lo levee' it' the place where
they keep the freshest fish and game, and
the finest wines, liquors and cigart, to bo
found in tho city. Dinnor only twenty
five cents. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
HAOTICAL WATCHMAKER, ,
A tto eteest of Watob!, docks,, Jewelry, and
teeae. wvraf,.a'won riven lo all
aas at aaiBB rsssuini. in. vau eut aAiii.
M MMaM ran
ter ce an i charges. rbl.
a aseajji araayayjai aelVaVMaWimMI KVtWeJtTHUU WtLTftt at a.
4lsrwB tOfrans sa, w any, ana ex
. .hlj.pf.bA, P.. f
Capital mock 8100,000 00
j-i.nuKe, miere.i, prontanu iea... 1,111 it
Oircelanon ouistandloK Ti. TO
I)u 10 national banks . 67 75
Indlvldusl deosits Ut,(rJ0 21
RratLor li.Mkois,') ,
A5, Haat' "ashler ol th t'irat National
Il,nk of Cairo do solemnly wi, th., th? ",, '
tanment is Iruo 10 the bt or my Mlaf
C. N. HUUflES, Cashier.
Sllberlbcd and sworn to before me ihl l.ih
lay of Ju-ie, l7i. C1IAS. ClINM OIIam
Correct a test. Notary Public
b. IIDRD. , " Mrectors.
JOHN T. ItENNIK. j
NEW LIVERY STABLE,
IJETWEEN WASH'N AVENUE AND WALNUT
D r, II. K. Fields lufunns the public Ibtt be ha
l i v j: it y s r a it 'l a',-
en the uortliwc.t ride of Tenth siren hi tinned
SleBtablea will t famished with none but the
' l AND GOOD TKUICLES.
snd tb publlo pity l a''cojatapUtd at all liourj
f the dav and Bigot with sale le.m, on thel.OW-
Pt Field !: aitLaaval puUio patrousgr,
snd .lUandssvortonttnt Uliy fair dealing tu4
May 1st, tho ice
wagon will canvass the city, to continue
during the summer months. None but
puro northern lake co will bo delivered.
Huhe, Loomis, ii Co.
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th stroot
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared to accouimodato tho publio with
board by the day, weok or month, at lower
rates than any othor flrst-clas houto in
the city. The rooms aro all well fur
nished, light and airy, good sample rooms
for the accommodation of Commercial
agents. The house is located tn tho cen
ter of the business part of tho y within
ono squaro of tho post office. 4-9-tf
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding houso, on Sixth
street, nen,r tho post office, tho proprie
tress would inform tho public that hho
I prepared to accommodato the public
with firat-claas board and well furnished,
well ventilated room on tho most reason
able terms. Amnio preparation havo
boon mad to accommodate an unlimited
number of day boarder. Patronage so
licited, v Mrs. T. N. Oaej-ney'.
Excellent Wels boer at the Thalia.
yVllts lie srloomr attte-tsdntsta, low anir
IU' amimn, involuntary cmlaalaa,
lueavIT Mintest, epertaalorrliven, luaa ol
sower, tllaar IteaMl, loan ol int-taorr,
nud tnrratanfst luaorlrneei nud ItabV.
rlllla, aada lovertdns euro in ttuui.
.tirav llatBOOBatlnle .!)!'( 1 lie i.
TweulT-elaTlst. Compo.nd n tre muM valun
b.r- mild and potent t.uratlvot Iney strike s
ue.de at toe root ol themmu tonn up I e ays
tm. arrest the dLeharcea. and Im.i.rl vlaorsnd
r.nery, llleand vllalit) to t'ienlue nun. Tney
hsvo cured thouaand of pa ee. JPrie. Km
pauk.cesof fireboxes and a large 12 vial, whloh
l very Important iu obetuaai or 01a cases, or II
i.r,innr,n,. anIJ bv all driiBZ lata, a.ij ssnt
by ma.Tonieeelpi olprlcd. AJjreM Humphrey,
eiivciDo iioraeupainic asauicia wa fjaa
auxieasowawsr aisaii veif v, utiavis
Burnett' Steam Cooking Vestel taves
nearly half the fuel and 1C per cent
weight which it lost in cooking the old
way. Sold by A. Halloy C20Im
The levee, yesterday, w quiet a few
transactions in flour and groceries com
prising about all the local bnslnets of the
The ion of Mr. L. J, Byrne, an inter
esting little boy, about three years old,
died yesterday, about 3. p. rn. Notice of
the funeral ceremonies i given in our
The colored citizen met atPhiUIV hall,
last night, and organized a Grant and
Wilson club. The attendance was re
spectable, In point of numbers.
Mr. JonN B. Puillis has converted
the late offico of the custom house superin
tendent into a very cozy and cleanly little
cottage. Desiring to make it available
property he removod It to tho vicinity of
tho Bulletin offico.
Patrons of livery stables ihould recol
lect that Dr. Field baa roducod tho rato
of bone and carriago hire fully twenty-five
per cent. HI stable, a I well known, I
on Tenth streot between Washington ave
nue and Walnut streot. It.
It It impossible to cook poorly in Bur
nett't Steam Cooking Vetsol. It is worth
double the prico asked for It, for putting
up fruit. For sail ut A. Ilalloy'f, dealer
in stoves and tinwnro. C-201m
William Mulkey, ton of Judgo J.
H. Mulkoy, graduated at the 8t. Vinccnt't
college, Capo Glrardeou, on Tuesday last,
and will immediately return to Cairo to
resumo tho ttudy of law, under hi father.
The proprietor of the Thalia saloon has
provided a large number of Interesting
"ttoretcopic" vlewt for the entertainment
of his patrons a quiet meant of pastime
which teem to be vory generally appreciated.
Wo have a good supply of Burnett's
Steam Cooking Vestolt. Call and tee
them. A. IlAi.Lxr
It stands confuted, alike by ttranger
and citizens, that the Cairo pott office It
the finest, belt ventilated and ihowiett es
tablishment of the kind In the United
States. New York, New Oian, the "fu
ture capital," etc., aro eclipsed utterly.
The Cairo Silver Cornet Band desire
to ttate that thy are not yrt eogeged by
any partiet for the coming Fourth of July,
and that proposals for their torvloe are in
order. Watson McKee,
Best Weiu beer at the Tbalia. 6-21dt
The first tomatoe offered for ale in the
Cairo market, were grown by that enter
prising family grocer, John Koohler,
whose establishment 1 on Eighth street.
Ho supplied hi customer, yeiterdty eve
ning, with fully ripe tomato weigbiog
two or three ounce each all ol Cairo
Died. In this city on June 19th, 1812,
Patrick Phillip, the beloved child of L. .1.
nnd Mary Anhe Byrne, aged three year.
Tbo friend of the family aro very re
spectfully informed that the funeral will
tuko place from the Catholic church, corner
of Ninth ttreet and Washington avenue,
on thlt day, June 20th. A ipeclal train
will leave the loot of Eighth itreet at one
In a handsomely written valedictory
Mr. C. S. Sears, yesterday, took leave
of the readert of the Paducah
'Kentuckian.' He it a young gentleman
of ability, and the good wishes of his fol
lows of tho quill will follow hlra wherever
he may go. His successor in tho edito
rial management of the 'Kentuckian' has
uot yet been named.
Our Charleston neighbors are making
preparations for the accommodation of two
or three thousand visitors on the 24th in
stunt. The dinner in the grove, under the
supervision of Courtway & Deal will not
bo among tbe least of the day't attrac
tions, A largo delegation of Cairo! tes it
expected, as well as crowds from Colum
bus, Ilicfciivin, 'iorlcy and other points.
The ralllo for a $40 music box came off
at tho Timlin, Tuesday evening, at per an
nouncement. Squire Sbantictoy was tbe
lucky man who won it. Mr, S. was not
present when tho raffle came off, and Mr.
.laeckell's liltio boy throw tho dice for him
Yesterday morning, when tho llttlo boy
took thebox up to tho Squire' offico nnd
informed him of bis succeis, Mr. S. gen
erously presented tho prizo to tbo J lud.
'I'm: complimentary excursion tended
by tho citizons of Cairo to Cupt. Dugan,
of tho Eckort, comos off this evening. Tho
indications aro that it will not only bo
largely attonded, but ono of tho most fes
tlvo occasions in which our pooplo ovor
participated. Tho Silvor Cornet bund
and a fine string band will uccoinpany tho
party, and iliicourto choice music nllko
for those who choose to danco and tlioso
whoso "suvugo breasts" domand a soothing.
The hour for starting it 8 o'clock p.m.
The Masonic fraternity of Cairo will
observe St. John's day by nn oxfjunion on
tho steamer Eckcrt to tho neighboring
town of Capo Glrardoau, Tho Eckort it
one of the most spacious and airy excur
sion steamers on tho river, and wo only
ttato n univortally acknowledged fact
when we say that Capt. Dugan it ono of
the most accommodating, careful and com
panionablo tteamboatmon on the western
watert. Tho boat will leave tho Cairo
wharfboat at 8 o'clock a. m., promptly,
The wifo of Benco, whose conduct wat
to reprehemiblo in Cairo, feelt that the
ha been Injured by tbe indefinite way In
which we poko of her appearanco on the
treel. She inform ut that Benco ha left
town, and he l trying to obtalu employ
ment. She alto tay tho impression wa
given that ibe wa drunk. Not to, at
least to our knowledge. " Her appear
ance" timply consisted In being destitute
of clothing having no hat to shield her
bead from the tcorchiug ray of the un.
All of which pak loudly against the
beait who call blmelf man and hu.
Steamer Utah, Little Rock.
" City or Chettor, St. Louis.
11 John Kilgour, Cincinnati,
Rock Island, Cincinnati.
" Quickstep, Evamvlllo.
" City of Quincy, St. Louis.
" Belle Memphis, Momphls.
" Murv Alice, N. Orleant.
John Howard, Little Rook.
" Painter, coal mines.
" Davenport, St. Louii.
" Key Wets, Pittsburg.
JlmFilk, Jt. Paducah.
11 Pevtona, Louisville.
11 Illinois, Columbus.
Steamer Utah, St. Louis.
City of Chester, Memphis.
" John Kilgour, N. Orlennt.
" Rock Island, St. Louis.
" Quickstep, Evnnsvlllt'.
" City of Quincy, N. Orleant.
" Hello Memphis, St. Lnus.
" Mary Allco, St. Louts.
" John Howard, Louis,
" Charley McDonald,
" Painter coal mines.
" Davenport, Cincinnati.
" Key West, St. Louis.
11 Jim Fitk, Jr., Paducah.
" Peytona, N. Orleans.
" Illinois Columbus.
1110 MUDDY OOAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any qunntity, and on usual
terms, at the yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyi-hant,
I). A. Bokee, Ger.'l. Supt
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly
IIOATB to leave to-dat.
The beautiful and swift Belle Leo
leaves thlt evening at C o'clock for Mem
phis, Vicksburg and New Orleans.
The Grand Tower bat large and cool
ttateroomt and is the regular packet,
leaving at 6 p. m. for Memphis and all in
The splendid Idlewild it the regular Ev
antville packet, leaving at G thit evening
She makes all tho way landings.
Tbe Jim r isk it the regular 1 p. m
boat for Paducah.
condition or the rivers.
Here tbo Ohio was about stationary last
evening. Tho fall in thq river at Pitts
burg continues, with 4 J feot in tho channel
At Cincinnati the Ohio Is stationary, after
having raised a few inches. At Louis
villo It Is rising tlowly, with C feet in tho
canal. The Cumberland rivor continues
on the docline, with lets than three feet
In tho channel. Red river is rising slow
ly. The Arkansas river is tailing very
fust. The decline In the Mississippi 1
ttoady, and the prospectt for a chango are
HUBINE63 AND WEATHER.
Thoro wus not a very busy time on tbe
landings, ttill it wat far from being dull
Tho weather wat clear and very hot
Rain is needed.
The John Kilgour bad a very good tri
and a fair lot of people. She It now
great favorlto with the traveling public
and always depart when Capt. Alf Stein
lays alio will.
Tho Quickstep brought down about 100
hhdt. tobacco and a fair trip of people.
The Rock Island putted around with a
good pucket trip.
The City of Chester had a fair cargo.
She had tomo kind of a "llxin" hoisted
up forward that protruded ovor her guard
so 'far that when tho Quickstep landed it
caught hor tpar and knocked It down.
The City of Quincy having no business
to transact has passed down without
landing. Tho Bollu Memphis, from below,
bad n light trip. Tho Mary Alice had a
tow of barges for St. Louis. Tbe John
Howard pussed by for Louitvillo, for a load
probably. Tbe Painter came in from the
coal mine, with a tow of coal. Tho new
Mittourl river boat Kywert, built at Pitts
burg, arrived yetterday with a good load
of glaii"aro, iron Ac. She ditcharged
largly horo, Tho tow-boat Peytona, hid
threo heavily freighted barge in tow for
Howard Cornice, a pilot, wa to! zed
with a fit while walking down Sixth ttreet
Tuesday ovonlng. Ho-wa cariied Into a
house near by and soon recovered.
Remember that to-nlgbt I the night of
the moonlight excursion on board the
.steamer Eckort. It it complimentary to
Capt. Dugan,,and we hope that every
available (pace on board will be filled
with Cairo' fair daughter and -brave
ion. All who go will havo a good time
City National Bank Batldlusr.
asJ9palal atttntios paid to ordtrt irom steam
oats nlaht or dav.
For Rent One ot the Debaea eottate.
It hat been repaired and put Initsjleodld
order." Just the houto for family rei(.
deheo. Apply to Louis Herbert.
, j '
JutT Arrived, another lot of
Wayno'i patent telf-ventllattng Refrig
erator and Ie Cheat. -Wi are telling
led Cheat at the following Cincinnati
prices, viz: $11 00, $13 00, $16 .00 f 17
20, etc. Refrigerator At from $20 00 to
$46 00, and beet of city refercBoo given
as to convenience of mo afid economy of
Ice. Every family ihould have one.
6-31-SOd. Beerwart, OftTH V Co.
Ice Cream has become the institution
of tho season, and Phil Saup'e the molt
popular in the city. Ills tatoon hu be
come, in fact, Ice cream headquarters, and
it it not the fashion to eat tbe luxury any
where else. It is kept with scrupulous
care, I neat and tidy, and the pretence of
no questionable character is permitted in
Mr. Saup hat, also, alwayt on hacd
fresh cake of all kinds, candies, notion,
toys, $cc, and deserve a continuation and
an increase of the popular favor In wnicn
his establishment Is held. C-idtf
J. J. Anderson Sc Co., gas fitter, A
Ohio Levee, over Lonergan ft Cunning
ham, feed store, do all kind of iteam anp
gas fitting cheaper than the cheapest, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction in every In
stance. If they do not please thoy will
not charge Ulvo tbem a trial. They
know their businots perfectly. Remember
the place, 01 Ohio Levee. u-31
To Ice Cream Extem. Dan Carnes it
prepared to furnish tho very best article
of ice cream in largo or mall quantities
on-reasonable term, at LouU,LeaBo'old
stand on Commercial avenva between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth ttreet. Al
io,ttacbcd to hi ice cream saloon will be
found the very choicest of wines, liquor
and cigart. Come one and all and patron
ize Dan. 6-31 lru
Fked. Blankenuero hat engaged a
new pianist, an accomplished musician,
who rocently arrived from the eld coun
try, lie Is a very nnu performer and
Frod's is a fine Instrument; oontevtontly,
the music of tbe Excelsior, like lu liquors
and cigar, 1 not excelled In the west.
Go and listen to tbe music and try tome of
Fred' cool Wels beer. C-23 tf
Wm. Eblers.at histnopon Twentieth
ttreet, opposite tbe Court House hotel, 1
manufacturing boot and hoe, or every
style and variety, warranted to give per
fect satisfaction. Ho keep genuine French
calf and gives bis customers all be prom
Owino to the Irregular attendance of
pupil in conequence of sickness, tbe pre
carious condition of health in tbe city,
and tho death of one of the pupils at the
institution during the past montb, tTLo
retto Academy will, at the close ot this
term, make its annual exhibition compara
Tbe accustomed number of invitations
will not be accorded, but the parents and
guardians of the pupils aro hereby respect
fully Invited to attend on Thursday, 27th
Inst., at 2 o'clock, P. M. 6-14-2t
Pat Fzgeral$ of tbe sample room
has received tbe appointment of agent for
the sale of tbe Hammondsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wine Company's wines in this city
If the bottle with which we have been
favored is a sample of the quality of
tbeso wines, then we are prepared to say
that tbey are among the best we have ever
tasted. He has just received a large con
signment, which be I prepared to toll at
tbe lowest figure. He hu alio on band a
large and complete itock of the variout
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of every variety,
ul 2d if
Maonolia Ladles' Slippers at XUJott
Haythorn', Juit received.
C. Hanny .wishes the
public to be informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
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. Ho
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
9SSix and one-half
pounds Durant's A Coffee Su
gar for Ono Dollar; Eight
pounds New Orleans Sugar for
Ono Dollar ; Four lbs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Beat Gun
powder Too, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound.;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately oheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.