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I . DMWn i OffVMl. 1
k. lata iftlUu I
I Bal lletBi.
' vtfetity 19 mile per
kkimmrMmpmmtmm. last 24 hour
MHtw left 14 boar.
Total VrWily ot w lid. last 24 hour. 211
TMMa L. Wat), Observer.
TB weather In beautiful.
TlB Ohio river it ti.ln? rapid! at
Dutfiiu hofis art tailing at 11 vo cent
Tm beautiful tnow bo longer lingers
B the nnui opi.
Arthur Boyle end family now retlde
our enter city Uarhondele.
LttTLK Paducab It getting up a deal of
tpwik ua the railroad question.
Tbjb Calm Cattino intend to marquei
aa en the 34B of February next.
Ma. He in Ubteb U conflned tobli
bea suffering from aa attack of fever.
Ox B hundred and tiity-lre licenses bavo
bean iunad tinea the first day of January
OaTB, hay, corn, etc , aro in cood de.
mand at present, and fed (tore proprie
tor! are nappy.
Mbmbb. titration and Dirt yesterday
shipped directly to Monroe, La., tweiilj
four keg of gun-pow ler.
Tbb gorget in the OIilo river are all
gone, and navigation between tbit city
ana Evanivllle ha wen rctumod.
OAtltfr YMMtWLLm. frllttPAT, JAttTTAliyg, 178,
Wasted. A girl to do general home
work. Apply at the coraer of Eighth
atreet and O do levee. 1B3:
Bbbkaftsb the maror will bold hit
oO e for two consecutive year j at! other
elective and appointive city offljers, fur
on year only.
Fbou the Pluc.h JCutucklan' w
eee that the people of MayfMd, Kentuekt
are confident that the railroad from Parit
to Cairo will be built.
A Daovs of one buodred and eighteen
aaulee were received on board tbe Tnoinp
ton Djn at tbit place yesterday. The
are intended for the'Teits tr.dj.
Wi understand that John Lee, Jr.
superintendent of tbe C. and V. railroad',
latent to mike O.Iro bit headquarter, i
and will wen an oli here.at once.
A LtTTLB mow It still to be teea on
the common and th uiuwd portion f
tha streets belw-en the w id ri.t'acks an I
tbe slle-wilk, but the tlntintbuMlorr
of thaslelg'i-bill bun't bun heard tlncc
Am iso ihi irnv iU yeslordiy at the 8 .
C urles, wore II F. W.ntu, Tu-mel ilill
B S. Khu, NahviUe. rnn. ; J. W
Swyker and U ly, P.rt OibM. Mitt ;
Jjt. Umie, Palucth; T J. Vn AIton.
Lmiirlllo, and J.J. 8. natch, EotI1I.i
JOStrll JlULLIl ALL, a at. Lmii ctttlr
drover, thippej tw hunlroi and fl;ty
head of cutlaand five bunJrelr hot;,
from S.. Lull - tWo ehuri line road to
C!ro, where hi it th'ppln? them on b.t
for the New O.-fovi m I M-.hllo mtrkrU
YciTiaDAT w iiuti.ui.l Janinry, the
anniversary or the bttlle ..f New Orleau'.
It it the cu tim in tn my placet to ce't
bratn tbe dy to comrnvmorate the virtun
and heroic dnedt of (Km. Jckton, but If
others, at Cairo for instance, not Di inj
peorl Tr faebera Uut the dy w .
th- anniversary of a very important event
of which Andrew Jtokiun was tb hero.
Sbhb tor the Now York' 'Argus,' an U
liMtrated, independent Democratic newt
ppr, devoted to choioe li'eraturc, ro
asaaco, newt, fatbton, aijriculturo, bortU
culture, arts, scieaoe, finance and com.
mires. Subscription price, $2 per annum
in advance. Protpi-ctut and urn pie
eopi-t free. All ommunlcstlont thmild
he ad Ireatel to,
As will beien by aiiniuncerantin tble
ra-irning't Bullrtiw, Kiv. Mr. Thyrr
will deliver bis lecturo entitled "Self'
sale or the Royal Highway," In tte
Presbyterian church in tbit city, for
tbe benefit of tbe Ladle.' Church Fund.
Tbit lecture bstbeen prepared with much
care and it highly spoken of, and w,ad
ise all our readers to embrace the ofpoi
tunlty of hearinc It on Monday night.
Ovb wirtby mayor hat detnrnilned to
suppress all the gambling mttllutions In
the city ; to put hit foot down on them
la ach a way as to cruh them out of an
existence they fcava no right to e.J'",
The police bsve bad pontlve orders to
begin tbe batinest of esterminattnn at
ace and to not cease from their labois
until the work hu teen carried to a
-suceetsful and. ,
I to, C. P. Sykes, publisher
i J d N-w Y.irk. it '
PoruiAB Li.cruait.-njv.il. D.Thayir
has been invited, and cm contented to d-
liver bit lecture entitled "Seir-nudeor tl
Koyal Highway," in the Presbyterian
'church of this city on Monday uvnlni',
January 13, under the autplces of tbe
ladtee f tbe Pretbyterian church. At
Mr Tnayer give tbe entire proceed! to
th'e Ltdies CburcbPund,lt is hoped that a I
the friends of the church and scclety will
i' l ' laaprova this oppvHunity to hear this ier
ture, and in, so do)ng contribute directly
good Beaod worthy ol J ;ct. I9-4
Jes Diwaoa sad Walter Turasr, both
tjpBlssenf color,, turned In together at
-B ;awglV ' f Taaaiay alght. On
Nu.aVSPWlaa s'fn,B) iurue
I'll; j A am II.
r'trsMssi smb. saes rte smbmiuods
w '.kh bad bwi la Ue poekeU of Uaea t
neHher dkl Turaar. The caea wh taraeel
6vtr ti Ooaitabla Araald, wha teea re
tantai Turner Into the prateBc of .'ude
re, but the tetlony wu not sucleat
ti Identify Turner with the theft, and he
Wat turned km to turn enulher honest
penny In the Turner fashion.
A CKLKB4ATIU h tci.n hu JuH sJle.
covered, by means of microscopic ee
tnetlons, that the polion of hydrophobia
is I caUd In tbe kidneys. This I
wohd-rful, but there is no doubt that
their functions are about tbe most import
ant In lie animal economy. How im
portant it ii then, to keep these orgrnt
la proper order. Never neglect an ap
psrently slight trouble tn the region of
the ktdneyt, but at once get m bottle of
forkers Comp..und FluidKitrnvt Duohu
nd It will iuimi-d ately set the difficulty
rltf'jt again. Sold by atl druggist, orrj
wbere. CITY COUNCIL.
biqul1b joimt mrrtino of tub city
Council Cnxnsn, )
Cairo. Ills., Jan. u, lTJ.
Pretent His Unor Mayor LuiuUin
and Cunningham, Muicalr, HoMnion,
aafford, Slratton, Swayue, Taylor, Walder
nii.I Woodward 10. .
On motion of Alderman BstTord tbe
reeling of tbe tuinuUs was ditpeiittd
The following official reports were prr-
sented, and on motion of Alderman
dwnyno received and ordered fl od, vit:
Of F, Oroe, P. 51., for November; Ii.
dhannctty, P, M., for November and De
cember; Win. Mi'UhIc, city J tiler, for De
cember; Of police constables, Helm and
Mebner, Lallue, Dillmgsly, Mar. in and
Wnitcaiup, f.ir Dccomlcr; and of U. A.
Cunningham, city treasurer, for OcUber,
Nwembnr and Dctember.
aTHKkT CCMMiTTBK KIPoRTS.
The troet coiuniTttce, to whom on the
tflb ull, was referred a petition of K. W.
Morgan for p.nniwion to ue a portion of
tbe south itdoof Tbirty-tixtb street afd to
erect a platlorm and building on Levee
s'.roel between bis bub factory and the
railroad embatikuient, reported in favor
of granting the petition, eicepting lliat
portion of the earn in reference to tbe
erection of buildings above tbe level of tbe
street. Tiie committee lecouimuided tbe
uloptlon of ibe lollowing resolution, viz
itetulved, That K. W. Monrii. or Hie
uuu JUxtiiuiaCbUriug company, or .ucJj
,'vroiiS as msy u.oionujiiul.cturiiig pur-
,am.-s, lue pre.ouv uciory nuilUliig .r lis.
Hub MaiiuUitariiiic com ya aithotoutb
wfii voruer oi Auirty tiSiU treet auu It -tint
street, I e and luey ncreby are aulbor-
u to u.e lorauy iuruje us connection
4llb tneir jnaiiuiaeiuring-business sueii
portion of Tbirty-iiziu street extending
dlleeu feel from iu soulberiy sue. aim
not exceeding flf.jr feel 111 leiigtu aluug tlie
touiueriy siuo oi tau ttreel a tUey uj
lecui extiedient, and may also use anil
jrect a piutl nu on sujb portion of Levee
treei kS lies Detwe.n saia r-ctor; building
Mid Tbirty-tixtb stre. t and the laiiroed
ouibankmeul on Levee street, to be useu
ii ojiiiiecllou w.tu sslJ mauulauturing
ousiuess, proV.d -d such use shall bo dis-
oniiiiuej anu sueu pmlloruis reiuuveil at
toy tuuir upon receiving ibiriy Uys
ootice I rum tbe sily.
On motion of Coutiiilman Woodward
he report was received and tbe resolution
The ttroet committee, to whom on' the
lib till, was referred tbe petition of cor-
-ls ctixjn i, wilb reference to tlie locstloi.
lid maintenance of a puMiu dr.voarounu
ii. .Va-y's park, rejiorleJ in favor ol
granting ssfd petition except so much n
relates to tbe se.eclloti of an engineer 1
ibecity, wliicli tbe petitioners tbeiuielv.r
uay do. Tlie u.inmiit'.e revouin.eud tie
tdopllon ol me following resolution, via .
Resolved, That permission be, and is
lereby given to suu.i cil.zin a diwiro ii,
to I iy out, fill up and prepare for use ii.
it. Murj ourli, at tbeir own expense, t,
irive aroun I the sioe in all elliptical
lipe; sld drive not be over Ufiy fee.
wlUe, and to be so located tbat the edge t-.
ard Die fence aball not be lu iher ilia,
ifty feel from tbe siles and em's, end tln
it snail be so laid out, prepired and ueu
ihal its use shall not inierlero wub tin
.i-e ut the park geiieritlly by tbe public,
n I to be subject to such reguU'loiis as the
ity council limy h rearter adopt in rein
ion H it, aud tbe rikthl beimt reserviii l
he city council to prohlb t such use of ibe
Irive when in tbeir opinion tbe public
ood require it.
On motion of Alderman Roblnton tbe
report wat received and tbe resolution
Tbe said committee also reported hat k
a remoriiirsnce of certain property-bolder
on West Twenty-fourth street, beU
ween Holbrook and Park avenues, against
the building id a sidewalk in front of their
lots, with statements tbat some of the par
tie slgcing the remonstrance, and tbe
council also thought the improvement a
oecettary one and recommended that tbe
petition be not granted. Tbo committee
recommended tbe adoption of tbe follow
ing resolution, Viz ;
RitolveJ, Th.t it is Inexpedient to in
terfere with tbe construction of the the
sidewalk on Twnty-fouribttreei, between
Uolbro.ik and F-irK mnuer, provid.d for
by ordinance No. , and the contract for
which has been let to O. W. Uenrivks.
On motion of Councilman Woodward
the report wu recelveJ and the reiolutlon
(Alderman PL I Ilia appeared la bis
oKD'NavcR costume-, BBrORT.
The ordinance cwiautlueo who, on the
Oib ull., were tnitiuctid to prepare an
ordinance creating tbe offlVe of grain in
spiwtor, reported tbat the inspection of
gr.ln is generally made under rule and
regulations adopted by a board of trail.,
composed of men familiar with the n
j ilrements of the fade In cmcIi particu'ar
locality. In tbe absence of such body
tbe committee drafted the following ordin
ance, but recoiimeded that the subject
th4lutlei of such Inipecior, at well at tbe
matter of tbe appointment f Inspector of
ntbe'r articles of commerce, tin referred to
the boarJ of trade or chamber of com
roerce of tbe city, or a committee of
merchant, requesting thst they embdJy
their view upon tbe tubjct abjv re
ttrrti tn in a communication to be Bide
to the council for iu IbforoMtioB and
0Bja of ASilttMa)tftublMM 4ha
rapert we raeatved.
I Parket A BlaJta.taaw far MstaMM.
Cavnellaiaa Taylor natal -that tba U'jyyttiiVitU1'' 1
Mayor pa rH9Mt4 to appolBt a coca salt
tea t.f Mra nrcht, with tha requeH
that they report to the' council op n the
tubjectof the appointment ol Inspector of
grain and other articles of commotio.
The following It tba ordinance above
referred tn, whirh.wu read and laid over
for a fecund ivadlnr, vlct
An ordinance creaUag the e or gra'a
De Itonlafned by the City Council of tbo
C tvof Calm?
Hr.cTtoKl.. Thst there shall tie appointed
by the mayor, by and with th.t adtfen mud
COIlSenl Ol a Ulilnrltp nr all ! tnml...i
clci-tcil to the cliy council, an Inspector of
p. m, noma mil)- ii eiiau uc, upon wo re
quest ol t ho owner or owiioih thereor, to In
fP ,!,f'!l,' "r waauro nny gruiu with b
the limllsoi tbe illy of Cairo, and irlvu u
ccrllUcato or certlllcatcs tlicrcfor. whose
duties an I fee Miall lie herenfler reirulalcd
by (irdlnsncc. vK.-eplliig where the aatue are
iiowregulaicd n luw.
(.VI . Uuder appeared and took Ii I
SPECIAL CollUITrKB R PoBT -C A V B B.
Thu special committee heretofore a
pointed to arranue for the celebration of
t'm Csiroand Vlno-r nos railrom', -opurted
tno oxpeiitu ot mill celebration to be $'&,
being 9.7S lest than the appropriation
made by the council fur that pu'poi .
Thu committio alto reported tbat tie
toHmboals City of Cneslor, Dexter, Mary
r. fowytb and Tyrone had pruvMod th e. -
Ing accvmodatloin for thu guests ot the
city, on tbat occasion, freo of charge and
with much lucoiiveiiieiico and expanse to
tneinselver. Tbo comrnllte therefore re-
commoiided tba adoption of the following
H-olv;d. Uy tbe cilv cnur.cll of the
cilyofCuro, that tbo tbauks oftheclt
to, nnu i ley aro ncreuy leli'leroa to tbe
proprietors and offii cr of tbo sieinnboats
" urarja r, aw in hub., ,....
Cairo Box and Buket ce, luatber
fr pent bouse ...
W vV Woottoa, suiierlauadlBg pest
house In Deccatbnr
A W Woods, attendance at pest
Henry Dlckerson, atteudauce at
uei noune in uec.
ChM Jobiisoa, attendance at pes
bouse In Deo ..t
Sieplien Itody, attendance at pest
hulls In Dee .,
M K Wo ittou. iM-rvlec on account
of em dl-pox coses 3 60
A tvilliara, meat tor pest iioue.t.. 8! ui
ur It Wardjiier, proles. lonal ser
vices rendered Her order ol board
of benltli 01 00
W tvouttoil, milk rurni.iie.l Hunt
boue 3 30
ueo Heiiiamer, rent ol pent hoiie,
hduling for sjmu uud provltious
filrnlmeil 4" 00
L.oitl jorirenen, uroccrlcs and tlilu
gles lo p-t liome iu Dee 10i 3
a nancy, l larvrt stove and hard
ware lor pest bullni 30 lii
v . itiKt-r, blanket and cot for pest
boute , ., u
I'ar-o is, Davis A Co.qoccuitvare 'or
IM- iKiuse 4 05
u Jictanu-, dry gooJa lor pet
noiio , 23 p
M J Mod lulev. ilritif for nest lnni.i. b :i
ueo n iienncK, mr ' uiiuinif i;a
icu iiueivaia on iziu Mrect, Oct-
ll'i'DIt I ill-. u.til I fli. -I f
It II C'timiinliuiil, lent ol"cotinci't
cii.iiiiirerior lice 40 00
City of O'leHer, Dexter, Mir.v K For.ylb
anu Tyrone for their liberrtl'tjt in pre ar
ing ai'coinmi dations fr thu it'uusu of the
city during the lute railroad celebration
tree or eost lo tho city, and that tbe mayor
be requested to communicate tills resolu
tion .o tboio gentlemen accordingly.
On motion of Alderman Melcalf the
report wu received and the resolution
ri.VtNCX COUUITTKE RICPORT.
Thn finance committee reported tie
amount of coupons destroyed Iroio Octo
ber 8, to December I, Mi, to be Si,335,
and scrip $i9J 83; coupons destroyed In
Decem'er, 1873, $1,0.0, and cnp, $1,-
On motion of Aldermtn Saflord tatd re-
p irtt were received and ordered filed.
Tho finance committee alto reported
that they had received from A. U.Safford,
trustee, five bonds, numbered from 90 to
100, inclusive, for $1,001 each, issued in
favor ol tbe Cslro and Vincennes railroad
company; and alo, 100 coupons detached
from taid bond before helm; transferred
to taid railroad company. The com mittee
reported tbat they bad detiroied laid
bondi by burning, and asked that their
action be approved
Alderman Saflord moved that said re
port b received an I tba action of tbe
committee sanctioned. Carried,
Petition of tbe Hibernian Fire company
sftttr g forth that their bell ii cracked anil
unfit for u, and asking for a new boll,
was on motion of Ciuncilmin Woodward
referred to the fire department.
(Ciuncitmar. Wood appeared in bi
Thn following; bills were presenter', and
n inoiion'of Alil'irmaii Phillit referred to
t e proper committee, vis:
N'eiv II Fnrri ,lumher $109 41
I II Iteed. 8 kfi nulls (JO 00
.1 It Iteed .VKI f et bote and coup-
iitiK" at i iu ca-n or l to scrip
euli aeilor Hurlp
Moirls, ltood ft Co., 5,000 feet lum
ber U'm llcnrv. Jr. t pu measure
Morris, ltood Co, ft.txw fee lum
ber I'eter Conlun, J4 data work on
street in Deremlier
TIioh Fltzxerald. 'U days work on
streets In Decciuher
VVui Mellale, in d.iys work on
street in December
I'tu "MihiUuV." piimpliit( water In
l xlli "trccl el-teru :i bourn . ...
M Cuhlll. Ii luilng dead hogs outside
cltv limits ;.
lolm UUdney, hail Ing 00 loads
XV It Smith. l W lUrcl.iy. K Urosx,
J II llberly and D llurd, espen
ti'H paid to Paris, Tenii, conven
Ju Itoss, i tons coal for elcrk'a of.
.1 It liberty, publishing Dec council
D llurd, ex'iH-nsespald to St. Louts
nnnt I .tii.i.i.itl..i.
Vf.f If. I v.... .WM,.wu .........a. ...
Patrick btvYrncy, Imu'lng dead hog
outxlde i lty liuilts .
Arab Fire company, I qra allowance
to January I. 18. '3
Hibernian Fire company, 1 ijrsul
lotvunceto Januiry 1, 1T3
Itouli and Iteaily Fire copipanr, 1
qr allowance to January I, l73..
12 . liurnett, Dec salary us city
A Culu, Deo xaUry aa city liuinliul ,
It A Cunnliigliam, Dec salary i city
M J llowley, Dec tut try as city
L II .'lycrs, Deusaliry as chief of
Clius Melipcr. II T Martin, Fred
Wlilteamp, J C Lallue, Phillip
Helm an) It F Itllhngkly, police
constables, Deusalanea, each ,,.
U Kluuiiesy, 1' M, salary lor -Nov and
Jaa Itnss. a tou.coal for city Jail.,..
J no McXulty, hsullnit drtiukeu nun
to lull ...
M Cabllt, hsulliiK hrtse and lumber. .
Wm Mellalc, Uletlug irioners In
Dec, 4IU dtys
F llross, 1' M, I mos salary lo Jun 0,
Wall Kut. lumber for para:
Ueo W llenrfcks, lor building 150 ft
sidewalk on Coiuuiercial ave. be
tween id and 3d sts
Qe W lleurUk", for building 64'. It
sidewalk on I3tii treet, from Com
mercial to WiKbiiiKtoii aves ....
Oe W lleliliek , lor building JoOU
sidewalk on t a.lilnKlon ate oc
tweeu Otli and 7tli treet
Geo Y II. bricks, (or building VKi (l
sidewalk on roa atreet west of
F Vlucent, lime and cement for 'jail
an i iieai, iiuubu ...... ..
V V Thornton, sewer pipe
E F Datls window sash and irauies.
JeNta W Jobu-ou. building an addi
tion to peat liou-e, doors and
train 'a furnUbed, etc
J II It cd, nulla for pest house ....
N Feltli. furnishing coffins and bury
ItigM mal ox caae
II Uount. clock lor Det houae
Jarae a itoss, coal lor pest house . . .
Henry kuuuob, ueuuing ror pct
Wm Kluxe. 7 blankets lor ueat Iioiia
Gold-tine ft Itosenwater, btauketa
and com orta for peat bouse. .....
C llaniiv. -- blankeU lor nest hmun
Jos, Araold, lor pr-veuilnt; " snull-
pox aeeee iruai lauumjr.. iroBi.au v.
rtiiitoliac. Mth .. .... ... ..
Out itaaoruuteyf r, Wcuuuig fcr p
iiiiiiiu) hum. inn iiinipilil aleulllera
City olOillllev uinltJoiiiiiwiiiii..iilili
lor i mping KUt-ats ol city on nlijlit
of Deo 10, ItiVi ..... . .
: Lime, lor ltil!.lt ill? nl it fan it lnt
iiiiiici mi m ri u net liulcl, on
kit Mlit (iittul.ii
J II Oherly, for jirhilliig l' r commit
. . '.co "..u UI,J railroad celcbr.iilon
Ylti!tf mi Hiim.i ri....aJnn
Sl niitilci Ji itcl, iii f ii I m antVlotijii
Hill II Simp fluK, r decorutloll of
hotel mi aalni. a. -I.ni
O D Wllllaiuaon, 1 bull ttffno'fbr
II Able for banner palntlug on' same
O Hiinny, I bolVfllibb'n for'sa'mc i 'c-
v"iuii a eeee.seoeee I 00
)! 11 ?.,.l'?V'r rr le'terlnir canvas, etc 1 oo
viu in aim .u ,1 uucaiey, lor
services In cloak room of hotel on
a me occuMou. each 6t0
VKTO II K HAOX.
The following veto mesnuo from tin
mayor wns read, concerning certain reto
lulions adopted by the city council on tin
2J ult, In reference to the construction ol
h new bridge across Cache river, at th
point where tho new county road ttrikih
aid river, via-.
Gentlemen of the Cily Council :
I herewith respectfully return to you,
without my approval, the resolution
adopted by your honorable body on th.
Id ull, couceruiiig the matter of cor
traeiiug with the commmioheit of bib
wnysol townsbiu No. 17 mu. I w.t ui
the third principal meridian for the con
struetion ol a bridge across Cache river,
etc. Xheso resilution teem to clearU
coma within the limitation or prohibition
of section 7, article & of tbe preterit clt
charter which it in tbete w.nda: -N.. ,o.
provement shall Imj ordered involvini; an
expenditure of money, except bv onli.
nance, the provisions of which s'hall b.
aperdtlu and definite."
Moreover, section CO of article 9 rf the
act for tbe incorporation of cities and
villages, which article the city adopted
not long ago, provides that "any work oi
dber public improvement, when the ex
pense thereof shall exeeed $500, .ball U
let to tie loweat responsible bidder, etc,"
and these ruolutioiis not havinir beer
adopted by two-thirdt of all the memberi
elecied lo the city council, and parsed in
the joint meeting and noi in the teperai.
hoard, are for tbeee resiont unauthoi
Conceding that teciln 63 of the act, In
regard to road and bridges, authorize the
city to offer Inducements to the enmmir--ii.ners
of highways to eorntruit the
bridge in questioib et it do.-, not seem
proper Tor thn city, at al at this lime, ti
bind itself henmd the amount it mat
'eal x niut of tho lax lreadv levied lit
"aid tomminsioners within thn I'm Is .'l
be city. These resolutions irn further
md seek to bind the cilv for the entlr.
cost of Ibe In idj: e, eMimalcd at $0,023 97
JollN M LsN'tirw Mar. r.
Cairo, Ulf., Dec. 0, A. D. 187..
Tho question then ltng: "'hall th.
reiolutim pas notwithstanding the veto
of the Mayor?" it wi.s decided in tin-
neuHtlve by the following vote, ytyes
Ciinninuhaio, Melcalf, ttuhln'on, Tayli
md Walder-5. Naya : Uuder, Pbilli.
f.ff'.rd. Straiten, bwaxne, Wood and
CT RAILROAD B i DS.
A crminiiiiiciilou was read from A B
i ff.inl, trus e', stating thai he bad on Ho
i4 h day of December, delivered to th
Oairu and Vim:enne Kailmad Company,
me hundred thousand dollar in bond oi
the city of Cairo from which be previous
ly detached all th Jtnuary I, 1873 cou
pons, suhjuct to the order of tbo city :
hat in r. turn he received tmm said rai
road company a certificate for one hundred
hnusand dollar paid up stock of lain
u tupany, and in accordance with the pro
visions of ordinance No. 119, approved
luly 11, 1871, hu had. trnnslerred (alii
fck to said railroad eompany and recelv
od from taid company five thoisand do).
Iirtinsaid bonds. Slid Tiuttee furthei
Uited that at he had detached all the Jan
uary I, 1873 coupons, the company it ent -tied
to sixteen dayt mtcrot, amounlinr to
j337 82. " T"
Accompanying said communication war
i copy of receipt -of Councilman Wood.
chairman of the finance o nimittee, fo
paid Bve thousand dollars in Ixnds ; i
copy of a receipt ol the Cairo and Vin
.en net Kailmad company, by Kdward F
Wintlow, atturney In f.ct, for said one
hundred thousand dollar in bonds ; and
ilioa copy of a sworn cert ficate of E F
Vin.low, of the firm of Wlnslow ii
vV.Imn, and Charles O. Wood, to tbe el-
ect tbat on tbe 13th day of Decemler,
I37'J a through train patted over tbo Cain
and Vincennes railroad, Irom tho cilv ol
Vincennes to tbe end of tbe tr ,ck at
On motion of Councilman Wood said
repirt was received and tbe ac ion ofiaio
trustee concurred in.
Councilman Wood movid to refer tn
the claim committee that portion of tbe
communication relating to the $337 St in
l.'H t. Can led.
RMIOKATION or STRBCT etJritBVII'IR.
Tbe resignation of II. C. L-flin a street
upervlsor, wss received and, on motion
of Conncllinan Wood, laid upon the table
unit taid superviior submit report.
LIQDOR B iNDt.
Tbe fullowinn liquor I ond were pre.
ented and on motion approved: Of
Ilanora Burke, II; l.attnor, 8. Anselmtnt,
F. ClaBcy, lenry Dlnkel, Fruehttr A
Mwaalta, sis f mJtlU, 4. D. 2asAa, J a
Cloaan, T. Kaughtan, W. Ilaakenburg, C.
O PtlerCo.,C. Weber, John Oockel,
W. T, Sjott, John Bice and John Suheel.
The followlag liquor bond were, on
motion, referred bank to thn partlet for
further tenurlty i Ol A. Jacket, M.Coyne,
Tho. Freeman, Loun Ulatteau, A. Do;to,
Win. O'Callahan, T. tl Callahan, J.
Park, J. 0. Oella and J Sackberger.
The following bonds were, on motion,
r.firrid to th city aitorney t Of F. Sche
hr, Jo n Heicariy, L, Nauano, Mafy
Mabony and P. Mocklor.
The following bids for repairing side
Wilk were received under the city clerk's
aiverllnemorit of December 0, 187;!: Of
J i. Kennedy, for reptilrinir thn follow Itite
ide-walk at forty cent n line il foot: on
thn south tide of Nineteenth street, from
ropiar street to Com mercinl riverine ; on
both ldei or Tweblloth Uret, from Com.
inauLI . U .1 I. . . ..
...- v.i v.. ,i niiiiiigiiin nvenue : on tiolli
lldi-e of Poplar street, from Klgbteeiith lo
" u aireets ; on the Snutli tide nl Di
Vision tlreet and on tint north tide of Celt.
ter ttreet; on both inlet of Twentieth
ttreet, from Commercial avenue to Olilo
levee, nt sixty five cents a lineal foot; and
on north tide of Twentieth street, from
Washington a"enue to Walnut street, nl
nny cen t n lineal foot.
Of M.J iiklm, to repair tho Mdow.'lks
hi b ith sld of Twentieth street lolwcel.
O ilo levee 4inl C itnmrciil uvi raio nt 7.
iiU a llueil f.M)i, Hhd tbo remainder ol"
be alwve inenlloiied tiduwalks at 45 cents
a lineal font.
Of Georfi W. Ileniicks, to repair nil
hn a -i.vri inKtitiii'ied sidewalks, except
tnoeon Twjniielli ttreet, ut 6o cents a
On motion of Alderman Uuder tbo Mil
if James Kennedy ws accepted bv the
following vote: , yea - Under, Ciiimlni;.
ha n, Metcalr, I'lnllls, Hobinion. Sallurd
Slratton, Mwayre, Taylor, Wnlder, Wood
and Woodw.ird i. Nny 0.
On motion of Alderman Swiivnn ml-
M. J. Howlky, City Clerk.
City MtlotMi:Baaih Bulldloa;.
aOLBpaoisJ sltenlion paid to orders tmm Meat
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
NTKAMBisATM. 1 "
FOR MKMPIIIS. VICKSBURU
AND NEW ORLEANS.
The Fine and Elegant Pasicngcr Packet
Will leave for Xetr Drleam Thttmlnv
lilnir at 5 o'clock. For Ireluht or pasa20
PPl to LINTON & Oltlt.
CAIRO AND FADUL'Ali
M All. BIUAT.
Tbe splsadid atsassar
Dick Fowlkb, Captain
eaves Cairo DAILY. fSundavexrenteih. ui
I p.m. For frelifht ornaaaaire untilv ti Im in.
or to Jas. JIallokv. Al''l
an .11 f
III I. I.I tKIIN.
atBtBtBtBtBestBBat?a Bstatatl Bstatatl aSllBBae4'
1TO. 74 OHIO IjIuVJEB"
Retail and rrc-criplion
Corner WaaliliiKtnu Avo
and Eighth ttrecL
Of clmmola mid rabbit skin,
for weak lungs.
At HARCLAT BKOS.
FOIl SOKE THIIOAT,
Prepared and sold
riv BAROLAV JJKOS
And Disinfectants lor Stablev
At IIAIICLAY BKOS.
And "UiiIvcitoI Htandtril."
At BARCLAY BROS.
J. K. LUFKIN,
Wholeaale nnil Hctill Urneer,
Hat on hand nt all llm?a Vc;ctiMet, Fruit
uuiicr nnu t.A, i..iru.
Honet, Thopical Frcits, Etc., Etc'
C3FA1I irnnds Warranted Krcsh. and sold
at small Profit.
N. II. Parcels delivered to anv nart of tbe
city to Customers.
WISt HDK COMMERCIAL AVE , IIKTWEEK
1 111 AHl I8lb hTIIKETI.
311-tf CAIItlt, II.I.I.VO.
TUB NEW aiT3TJE3wI.
OROCXRIXS RETAILED AT WHOLESALI
fklCES ron CASH.
AT U. C. TIIIELECKE'S STORE
WAtuitroToa AVK.icr, betweev tentu
ANU ELEVENTH MUIKTt).
bv. 'bt. oar Cuba Sutcar for - -$5 0
9 " " ... i of
oj rot. a coDee Suitar. Y. Sid. - 1 W
i " Frime Rio Coffee for - - 1 01
'I J " Choice " " . . 1 of
3 " Old Oovernmunt Java - - 1 (X
Teat and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
UiaaJt new and full weight given. Call
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CEKi'L.OrricK, 172 WaiiheotohSt.
Tills Ocrratn Life Ins trance Company
fruaraiitels not only I'ald up Policies but
alo a V alue In Cash on the Non-forfeiture
IOUN A. UlTCK. - - - President
U. KNOBEL-SDORF, - . - Hecrelary
JOHN W. PBITEAS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
jST. NICHOLAS j
HARRY WALKER & CO, Prop'rt
This bouse Is newly ntted up with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
The saloon 1 stocked with the Bex
re compounded in the most approved tty'e
K3"Come and see lor yourself. JX
SCUWEDZER CHEESE AND HOL
LAIN D UEKltlNO.
ire spread mornlnir and evcnlmr at in
'clock, ut which ull are lulinl to imnb-i.
paie tree oi charge.
.OYSTERS I OYSTERS!
At wboleaila ami rxtall. -t..w...l rtt.i
broiled and bilked, raw uud on Hie luilMiell,
I'X ,.n" Ke" box cr b irrel, ut Hurry
Walker's M Mcholus reatuttraiit on Com.
men ial avenue. Oyaters in every sty.c at
all hour day or nlKbt. Han y Walker pre--ides
over tbe eolliurv denarrment. im
caterer be has no equal, aud Hurry's cus
tomers cau always be assured ol u wiinn
meal at any hour of the day or iiIkIiI, that
Mill meet the requirements aud plearo tbo
t tale ol the moat luatldioua.
81 000 IN ONE WfcEK.
To anv Shrewd man who ran da hiulnata
n me quiet, i Kltaiantee uii immense for
tunes, ea.lly, rapidly, ,,, jK.riectsafe'jr.
Address lu perfect oontidence,
, , Watt FaOrttt ettvat, jttw fork.
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROE'T VARtETT STOCK I! THE C1TT
OOODSSOLD VERY CL06E.
Corner ur Mloelemh at reel km.I ('dm
uterrlMl A en i.e.
And IiuaW in
VEGETABLES. FRUITS. KClflS, LARI
FREtill IIUTTElt, ETC.
HTAIIfinnila warranted fresh, and tolr
tbe lowest prieea.
Corner nth s)t. andCoinmendalAve.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for proBsotiag Ufe Iassmscc
and .lck Relief by weekly due and aautual
cooperation In objects ol public hentBu
Tbe LI e Insurance Policies will be ls-ued
by tbe Teutonla Life Insurance Coapany.
H . MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. FRCESS, Ao't.
xiit f.ir flro asset vtelaltjr.
FIRE AND MARINE
I OST S TJ 12, 3ST O E
KIAOABA, Jf. T,
AU... ......... . .i,a,IH
OEBUAKIA, H. T.,
HAKOVEE, H. T,
BErrjULIC, M. T,
,72 Ml 00
t TU,8 00
Comi'risias tht t'arlnrrltr' Asocy,
TORKEB. K. Tn
f . ; . t?l 44 81
1 1 at men's fohd, a. r
Etabllthed, November 18, IS72
On tbe corner of lltli utrect and Washington
avenue, oppoltc llullctlii ortice. '
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 187'.'
Tuition Irom )2 to f 20 per term.
IN CLASSES' OF 1 TO 4 EACH.
No pains will be spared to make It
to all conre rncd.
N P CURTICE, Director.
Toaeher of Vocal, Organ and Piano Mutlc.
.1 . i I . Ri I D K N 1 A U I i H ,
1'oaeher of Wild and String Ins rumonts
(S.m nlrn'tliM li.is if
iECUBITT, K. T. MARINE,
t""e, - - - ...I.tll Mt
tflores. threllia, Kurnlt'ire, Hidls atnl Cr"
a, lntire I at ra'e aa fu rabtea aeuad. lair
I ree. evimlly aak or ll.a oiliten ol Ca ro
haii of ihfir (islronsas.
CM. II Vs. II KM.
'A. II. Morns,
Nn. Pub. sad I'. a. Com
VSUUDI WOUD I I WUUDII
Th nrnleriiiKijKi rurnlih
HARD AND DRY WOOD
a :iii,. H , !..,,-
had anv wood il. uli r in t,n
on jbe elutes at Hie I'o.totlli e aud at os
coal yard, on Conimcn-lal avenue, between
Tenth and twelllh streets. Cairo. Illinois. I
1t twnil measure and wUl cord tha wood
w- "-"fua. .
P1RE, HULL, CARGO, LtVK STOCK
ACCIDENT, LI Fit,
w....m.....,. .MM....Ht.i,tif jjei e?
NORTU AMERICA. 'PA ,
HARTrORn, 00!iN ,
- . i,644,tie 7i
' "......m...... w .11,71,111 M
"Hiiiii.Hi,imHW, t 91963fNS IT
PUTNAM. UAKTrORD, :
i net set tt tttss wmihh stst$A15,C73 09
I10M E, OULDMBUS,
siessseMtss sststsssstttsaat9lM(t7 1 43
AMERICAN CENTRA L MO.,
Assets j- ... 1600,000 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. IdK.
Ams t ... ,...tao,ooo,ooo oo
TKAVELEK8', HARTFllRO, UPS AND
ACUIDBNf, ' " '
Aesot ........ft.UOOOO 0
RAIL ATAT PAH8ENOERS A BVKA50C
CO., HARTrORD, r
y MS ts.. ;.,..i...!.. U-.MO,O0fl 00
AflOtl teeaaeastM teeeaee Hiiisaa steefM0MS 99
AFFORD. MORRIS ikOaVNDEE,
CNtr WaUaaal Makf.-Jftft 1
I""-'"- katirrr m- ibt ii r