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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1873.
VaklUatlnit (. Malletl RnlldlM
LOCAL WK ATIIER REPORT.
U. 8. 8lo. Skr., Onr.nv'Kn Offiok,
Cairo, Jan. 15, 1873, 10:11 p.m.
Ilarometcr 29.73, and fnUing.
Wind out, voloclty 6 miles per liuur.
Maximum toraporaturo, lat 2 1 houra,
7 a. m., CO.
Minimum temperature, laat 24 hour",
f p.n., 49.
Prevailing wind, toullieiut.
Total velocity of wind, last 2 bourn, 27-1
Total rainfall, lail 18 hours S.78 of nn
Tuomas L. Watson, Oborver.
BUkiKKss In pollco circles was some
what lively yoitorday.
C. O'Donseix will engago in street
labor for six days, Just for gottlng
Shell oysters just
Oio bays at
Coal shovels, ton gs and buckets, nnd
Anything olio you want at Ualloy's.
It. T. "Woltk and A. It. Eauntloroy of
tho C. and V., railroad, aro booked at tlio
Thk "January thaw" 1ms sot in with a
vengeance, and now thoro is "water, wator
Died. Yesterday morning, Florence,
aged two years and four month, daughter
of N. M. and 31. F. Farrin.
At tbo. election of officer of tlio City
National bank yesterday, tlio officers of
last year woro continued heir re
At tho olection of ofllcors for tho First
National bank yestorday, D, Kurd was
elected president, It. "W. Miller, vice-president
and C. N. Hughes, cashier.
Mns. 1)b. H. V, Glaps, on Klglith street
near llrlUol Stlllwoll', ha n cotnploto
library of homeopathic medical hooks and
instruments, nnd tho fullent assortment of
homeopathic remedies ovor brought to
Cairo, nil of which she oners for sale nt
prices much below the original cost.
Proscriptions filled nt any tlmn nt tho
most reasonnMo rates. 1-12-lm
Infohmation Wantkd. Information
is wanted a t tlio whereabouts of .Mr.
Richard Hums. Mr. Hums lins been,
and may still be, b resident of Cairo. Was,
when lst hoard from by tho enquirer, n
gentleman of St. Loul, engaged In dray
Ing in Cairo.
Information may bo loft t.Ubo nfuVo of
Thk IH'M.kti.v. 1-U 31.
Uvinnv.f.LAs were in demand yesterday.
They are an artlclo which havo not been
much of a necessity for tome time past.
"We are requested to stato that a regu
lar meeting of tho Hibernian Firo com
pany will be held this ovoning.
Wanted. Immediately. Ono hundred
good tio choppers on tho Cairo, Arkansas
and Toxas railroad. Apply to II. .1. Deal,
contractor, or Adams Hughes, Charleston,
Fasiuo.v.wu.k I)uf.-makin(i. Tho
undcrslgntd begs leavu to Inform tho
itilpn nf Cniro that iho litis taken tho
rooms two doors eait of liriitol AMll
woll's grocery store on Elghtli'strtot, nnd
Intends to carry on tho busincs in all Its
branches. Work will bo done nt reason
able rates, nnd a share of pittmiioco is so
licited. Mns. a. 1 Glass,
The calls on tho practical sympathy of
the peoplo of CMro aro ninny and constant,
but our cltizons am' always quick to hear
them nnd seldom tiro of tho practice of
charity when given to dc..rv!ng object.
.Mr. llonjimin Dy with his wlf.i nnd
three children aro now at tho Gibion
houso in this city, entirely without means
and friends. Tho matt 1ms a broken leg,
is wholly holpless, and his wife U kept
a prisoner In his room by tho attention
which her husband and children ron,iilro
at her hands. This needy family ere at
tho Gibson Home, corner of Fourth street
and Commercial avenue, The good Samari
tans of the city will not pass by on tho
Atiienkum. Prof. Taylor gavn his
llrst entertainment last night In a crowd
ed houso, although Urn weather win most
abominably bud. In performing hi
tricks of legerdemain tho prof. n-lotiMied
his spectators. Thny woro bewildering
and puzzling to the intellectual and
scientific, and woro selected from tho
Ir.lest illusions. Tho mint Interesting
foaturo In the cntortalnment i tbo aerial
suspension by Nelllo Taylor. The intro
duction of tho Koyal Marionette Troupo
was grooleil with oniiiuniiue appmusu
and was a great treat for the little ones.
Tho distribution of presents was carried
on with fnirnos", nnd overy ono wa stui"
Ood. To-night wo bepcak for him a good
council of the
Oi.e Bull. This world-renowned vio
linist will favor our cltizona with ono of
hit famous entertainmonts at tho Atho
nsum on the night of tho 28th intt.
Phillip Wn.nv, arrested for drunk
enets, was yesterday lined $0 25 which he
paid, and Wm. Christopher for tho sarao
offense paid $7.
Elder J. It. Frame will deliver a sor
mon to-night at the Christian Church.
Hit tubject for this evening will be
"Angelt." Owing to tho rain last night
services woro postponed, but to-night it
It hoped a largo assemblage will bo
I wisujto give notice I havo sold out my
entire intorest In tho stock of toys, notions
and fancy goods at loCCo mmorcial avcnuo(
Between Ninth and Tonth strcots,
Cairo, Illinois. J. C. Caiiso.v.
3lRf-. Anna Lang, Eighth strcot bo
ween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, has Just received a largo and varied
ttock of fall goods, and desires to call par
tlcular attention to her handiomo assort
ment of ladios' and children's underwear,
something new in this matket. Her
woolen drawers nnd leggins combined aro
alto something now and tho most comfort
able thine for children in cold weather
vor devised. Mrs. Lane also has a well
solocted assortment of hats, bonnets, rib'
bons, flowers, and notiont of all sorts, all
of which will bo sold as cheap as can bo
found eUowhoro in this murKot.
Gilbert Mooke, Wm, Atkinson and
John Markcy, a trio of very dilapltatcd
peciraens of humanity, got Intoxicated
and' railed a merry old "you know how
'tis yourself" at the Porry houso yetter
day. Offlcori politely introduced them to
Esquire Brost. Tho trio will now reposo
for ten days in McIIalo 's hotel.
8aui and Clarkson havo on hand a
large ttock of matks which aro for salo at
reasonable figures. Tho season for mas-
querado balls has now fairly begun. It
wculd be well for thoso wishing to indulge
in that kind of tport to give this enter
prising firm a call beforo purchasing elsewhere
GRAND MASQUEItADF. BALL.
Tho Germania dancing association will
givo a grand masquoiado ball nt Washing
ton hall, on tho night of tho 29th inst., to
which tho public is invited. Tho manag
ers of tho association understand how to
mako tho occasion a pleasant ono for all
who may wish to attend, and a good tlmo
for all Is intured. 1-M-lw.
Council Chamih:r. l
11, ist:i. j
SEWINO 3IACUINE8 RKl'AIRED. 3Ir. J.
C Carton wishes to inform tho public that
l.o is prepared to repair all kinds of sowing
machines at 165 Commercial avonuo, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streots. 1-lClm.
The steamer Illinois in coming up,
night beforo last, during tho fog, ran on
a bar opposite Norfolk, and It now high
and dry; It will require a rise of at least
throe feet to sot her afloat again. Tho
steamer Grand Tower has takcm her
place and will contlnuo to make regular
trips between hero and Columbus.
Mr. Frank You.no, a Paducah gentlo
rnan, yesterday contributed 12 to the
city finances. The way it occurrod was
thut: Jlr. Young, llko Dick Swivolor,
loves "tho roty," and on occasions takes
more than is good for his pocket or health.
Yesterday was ono of thoso occasslont,
Mr. Young became uproariously and
gloriously drunk, and imagining himself
In Paducah, conducted himielf in a man
ner oflemivo to the orderly habits of our
quiet city. Ho was arrested and fined
912, which bo paid.
A trio of females who havo heretofore
boon considered not altogether above sus
picion, wero urralngod beforo Judgo
Bross on a chargu of keoplng disreputable
houses. Two of thorn outered tho plea of
guilty, and paid a flno of $10 and tho costs
each. The third ono stood a trial, and the
charge was proved by hor neighbors! a
fine of $15 and the costs was aliened
against her. Paid.
To Steamuoatmkn, and all othert in
teretted. Wo doslro to say the Cairo Bul
letin, containing tho associated press dlt.
patches, the condition of tbo riven ut all
points, weather, markets, etc., etc., twelve
hours ahead of tit. Louis papers, may bo
obtained every morning at John An
Tiiu'f news stand, on Ohio Levee, bet
wmu Sixth and Eighth ttreett. Price five
nti ptr copy. tf
Cairo, UK, .Ian
Presont Uls Honor 3Iayor Lanfdon
and Aldormcn Cunningham, Hurd, Phil
lis, Kobinion, Safford, Stratton, Swayne,
Taylor and Woodward 10.
On motion of Alderman Swayno the
roading of tho minutes was disponsed with
Tho mayor statod that in accordance
with the request of the council, ho had ap
pointed a committoo of flvo morchantt to
report to tho council in relation to tho )
pointment of an inspector of grain and of
other articles or commerce, said committoo
consisting of I). Hutd, J. B. Phillip Z. D.
Mathuss, T. W. Halliday and K. F. Davis
Alderman Bafl'ord moved that tho ordi-
nanco in relation to tho appointment of a
grain inspector bo laid over until tho
above mentioned committee- submit their
Tho following liquor bonds which had
boon referred back for furthor security
woro presented with additional security,
and on motion approved, viz.: Of T.
O'Callahan, A. Jaeckel, L. Blatteau,
M. Coyno, A. Botto, Thos. Freeman,
J. 15. Cella, Wm. O'Callahan and J. E
Liquor bondt of J. Sackhorger woro, on
motion of Mr. Woodward, referred back
for further security.
Tho following now liquor bonds wero
prcsontcd and on motion, approved, viz.
Of P. Fitzgerald, It. Walsh, C. Schoenc
nieyor and Wm. Klugo,
Liquor bond of Mrs. E. 31. Hahn were,
on motion, referred buck Ifor further tecu
Alpermau Taylor offered and moved tho
adoption of tlio following resolution which
was adopted, viz :
Resolved, That the city treasurer bo and
be hereby Is instructed to hold in n special
fund, to bo disposed of at the city council
may horeafter direct, tho moneys which
he will receive in current funds from the
commissioners of highways of township
1. .1. f 1 ' . -I .I
ti aoum, iu range i wn ui iuo ju princi
ORDINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT.
Tho committee on ordinances submitted
tbo following ordlnunce, which was read
and, on motion of Alderman Taylor, laid
over for i:ond reading, viz t
Ail Oiillnciice to Amond
cei or tun Cltvi
He It ordained by the illy
ciiy oi t ano :
br.UTioN 1. That the following described
ordinance" and part of ordinance be
amended ut follow, i Iz :
Strike out the wonN "being the select
council'' unit the board of aldermen con
vened In Joint hc1oii" and "and succeeding
Friday," in section 1, of ordinance number
one, and Inert thu wonh "and fecond" be
tween words 'Hist" and "Monday" In said
strike out all of section two, of said ordi
nance number one.
Slriko out (In; word "to bo convened in
Joint session for buMncn other than the
election ol olllcerfi and meeting of the
board of nltlcruicil and ol'tlin Felect council"
In section three of said ordinance number
Strike out all of section four of said ordl
nance number one, utter the words "special
uicetlmrVVnt tlio md of the frcujmf lino
from tho top ol -mid section.
MriKu out tho following word lu the
cecum! und third linoi from' tlio top of sec
tion live, of amo ordinance number one.
viz: "convened in lolntimiMonof Hut hoard
ol aldermen nnd ol Kulcct council" and the
following wordi in the lollowln;? described
miIhIIyMoih o paid Mellon, Iz :
In MlbdUMon one, the WunN "to both
bo:ird" and "convpiioil In lolnl elnu mid
a majorlly elected to the board ol aldermen
and to tho M'lcct council shull lie a quorum
to ir.iUMct huaiuoi in their recpeetlie
In Mibill Mou two. Ktrlke out tlio wordi
'coiivciii'd in iotnt no-iion ami of the select
council anil llic board ofaldeiiueu at the
commencement of each municipal year hall
cel. one ol their number to bo chalimau
thereof lo serve for said vear," In the
ccnml, third, fourth ami llllli linen irom
Iho top of said subdivision; "convened
In Joini soslon or in thu suloet council," in
tlic slvth and evcuth llnex from thu top of
ai l suhilivl-lou: "and lu the board of
aldermen, the chairman,''!)! the cwnth mid
l;.'lit lines 1 1 om tlio topot said subdivision;
or tho chairman ol' tho hoard ol'aldeinien."
ll tlio ninth mil tenth lilies Irnm the ton ol
said itihdivMoti ; "convened in joint sc
ion." n thu lilleentli line trom the ton of
said subdivision: and "president who shall
be." In I lie sixteenth line from the top of
aid subdivision. In subdivision four, strike
out tin' word? "except that call- for reports
rom the i-li v otllciirs mav be omttted 111 the
hoard of "aldermen and select council" ; in
subdhi-lun iirtuen the words ''of thu board
f aldermen or of the select council." and In
subdivision sixteen tho word, "board of
Idcinien or select council."
In subdivision seventeen, strike out the
wordi "composed of members of the select
council and board of aldermen and
hallbu" In the second mid third lines
from the top of said silb-dlv lslon: "live
munlier, "two to be appointed from eacli
lio.ird.sotliat "tin eo shall lie" In the sixth and
.cveiithllni'ifrnuitlu'top ol saldsiili-divislouj
ind "otic Irom the cltv at law from either
board In the seventh mid l.'lglilh lines Irom
Hie top ol' said tub-divl-lon," and "ono
of whom shall be appointed from
the select council and two from the board or
aldermen" in tin1 l.i-t two lines ol' said ub
ill v Mon. In sub-division usj, strike out the
words "convened lu Joint teflon or one or
tlie branches thereol," in the lourlli and fifth
lines from tho top and "convened iu joint
session nnd in each branch thereof lu the
last line ofsaid sub-division.
In sub-division 'J'), strike out tho words,
ot the bodv bv which thev are authorized"
and lu sub-division Ml, "convened iu joint
se-sion in the tmril line: "ol llie Hoard ol
:udcrmcu or select council at first occurs."
Iiillictciithuudclc'vculh llue: convened In
Joint meeting." in the twelfth Hue. nnd all of
sain suiciuvisioii aiicrtne vvorus -may nro
Mdc in thu thirteenth line irom the top of
SI like nut all or Mih-ilivisloii 32.
In sub-division ."I, strike out tho word
"Joint ses-ions ot tin- two hoards and ol the
select council und of the bonrd of alder
men," and In-crt thu words "cltv council''
alter thu words "nrocccdliiL's of the " In the
ihlnlline from tho top of said sub-division
Slriko out all of sub-dlvi'lou Si and In sub
division .'!tl thu words "and of each board
Strikeout, in s ction l), of said ordinance
No 1. the words "convened in joint session
board ofaldcrnrii or select council." where-
over they occur in said suction, and strike
out all ol' section 6 of s.dd ordinance No. 1.
Sr.CTluN 2. Strike out the words
"to both board- acting iu joint
session" in section 'J ol ordinance
No. 1 : "to both boards" and "con.
veiled iu Joint session" In section 1 ol said
ordinance; "or cither branch" In scctlonO
of said ordinance ;" "convened In joint ses
sion and in both branches thereof "en-lros-
und submit to thu mayor within live
days niter their passage lor Ids approval
anil signature all ordinances iiudrcsolutloiis
requiring his approval: '"convened In
Joint session or of either branch" mid
"convened Iu joint session or of cither
branch;" In section i! ol said ordinance;
"to both branches of tho city council con
vened in joint sis-ion" In section 12 of said
ordinance ; "Joint" lu section o( said
ordliiantu ; "In Joint session or either
branch thereof" iu section III of said ordi
nal! c; "assembled In Joint ses-ion or either
branch lliuieol" lu section it" of said ordl
nunce, ami the words "convened In Joint
session ' and "or either brunch lliercol"
wherever they otherwise occur iu said ordi
nal! 'i! No. 2. '
suction it. Strike out tho words "of the
two brandies" in the third line; "In Joint
session" lu thu fourth line and all after the
words "who tire elected" iu tlio twelfth lino
from tho ton of section 111 iu ordinance No.
10; idso the words "and two brandies
thereof Insoftlonl! of said ordinance;
also "or it' the, office U a general one. or the
tlio select council, If the' persons voted for
aro candidates lor mat nouy, or tne uoarti
of aldermen. If thu persons voted for are can
didates lor that body." In seotlon IGol said
ordinance : also "or member ot cither
board;" "in joint session it tho election of
ai'y general oince is contested, oi tne select
council, If tlio election ol' a member ol that
body Is contested, or oi tliu hoard ol alder
men, II the election of an alderman is con
tested:" and "select council or board of al
dermen" iu section IS ol said ordinance No,
ijKcno.v 4. In addition to tho amendments
provided for In thu provlou section ol that
ordinance, strixc out Ihu words "convened
iu Joint session ;" "in Joint session con
veiled :" "or either branch thereof,"
"oi eiiiier urancii" unit "in jotni session,
Alderman Httdcr appeared and tcok his
Aldcriunn Taylor moved that tho
1C wero whito and JoG colored ; of whom
30 wero rivor men, entitled to hospital al
lowances, and for whom thu Sitter will
allow the city what they reclv from the
govornmont, viz : 5 conts a day and $6
for burial in case of death, which will up
to this time, amount to about $260; num
ber cases of small-pox and varioloid In the
city, bosido thoso received at tho hospital
and pesl-houtu, 75, of whom 30 have died ;
total expenses on account of peit-houto
from its establishment to January 1, 1873,
$'2,503 77; total oxponscs on account of
small-pox not connected with pcst-houso(
On motion of Aldorman Swayno said re
port was received and ordered filed.
ijUKsriON OP PRIVILEGE.
Alderman Cunningham rose to a ques
tion of privilege, to refute tho etatement
contained In tho fol'.ovvlug extract from
the Cairo lltlLI.KTIN, which the nldermnn
cad, viz: "Tho appeal wat tustalnod by
a solid votoof tho council, with tho excep
tion of Mr. Cunningham, tho only mem
bur of tho council who has a
contract with tho city, who voted
to sustain tho mayo'r's opinion that
the charter prohibits such contracts and
the reception of moboy by a member of
tho council for any article sold lo the
city." Tho alderman denounrcd tho
artlclo us a malicious falsohood, and gavo
as his reason for voting against the resolu
tion in question, that it sought to legalize
orders on tho city treasury not signed by
tho mayor, being contrary to the sprirt
of tho old city charier.
A petition wat presented from a largo
number of cltizons, praying tho council to
take measures to prevent the Cairo and
Vincennes railroad company from laving
their track along Commercial avenuo be-
ow Twentieth street.
Councilman Hurd moved to rofer to tho
city attorney, with Instructions to report
at the next regular or special meeting.
On motion of Aldorman Saffbrd ad-
M. J. Howlkt, City Clerk.
MISS M. J. OARSOa
Wishes tocall uttention to her otock of Toj
Notions und Fancy Ooodi and Staple Arti
cles consisting ol Dolls In great variety,
Ladies' Work-boxes ot line quality, Writing
I)csk, Children's Itlshcs, Toy Wnifons. Doll
lltigglos, Hobby Hone, Kino Silver-plated
Waro on Nickel Silver. Kino Table-knives,
Knnpkln ltlngs. China Vaes, an I a good se
lection or Cheap Jewelry. Also line
Call llell, Pictures ami Picture Frames, ami
many other artlclo too numerous to men
tion. All aro Invited to call. No. M Com
mercial avenue, between Ninth ind Tenth
On Commercial avenue, between Twclltu
and Thirteenth streets,
OUESTS W1M.FINI) (lOODltOO.MS AND
TflK V'KKV llKST OV IIEDH
.A.T THIS HOUSE:
Transient l'utronage Solicited.
Mlis. Kli.kn McCarthy, l'ropr.
MCtf " ' 1
nJjpecial attention paid to orders Irom steam
bouts night order
OATllO AND PADUCAH
The er-Undld steamer
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
nr. it on a nth.
DEALERS IN FI OUR
And Age au ot
HIO HIVIB XKli KAKAWDA
Dick Fowlek, Captain
Leaven Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
t or ircigni orpassagc apply on uoarc
Jai. Malloky, Ag't.
attorney or mayor bo authorized to om
ploy Messrs. Green and Gilbert, to assist
tho city attorney in defending tlio city in
tlio suit of Aloiandor Allon vs. tho city,
upon the best terms in his povvor, provided
their feo shall not oxecod $100, Carried
by tho following votot Ayes Budor,
Cunningham, Ilurd, l'hlllis, Kohinson,
Saffbrd, Stratton, Swayne, Taylor and
"Woodward 10. Nay 0.
An ordinance ontitlod "nu ordinance to
provide for taking a consus of the city"
was read a second time, and on motion of
Aldorman Satford, udoptodby tho follow
Ing voto: Ayes Iludor, Cunningham,
Ilurd, l'hlllis, Hobinsou,Sall'ord, Stratton,
Swayno, Taylor and Woodward 10'
(Aldorman Walder appeared and took
Aldorman Taylor moved that Josoph
Arnold bo appointed to tako tho census of
tho city, under tho ordinance just adopted.
Carried by tho following vote; Ayes -
liuder, Cunningham. Hurd, l'hlllis. Hob
Ituon, Safi'ord, Stratton, Swayno, Taylor
Walder and oodvvard 11. Nay 0,
(Aldorman "Wood appeared and took
Mayor Lansdeii, chairman of tbo board
of health submlttod it detailed roport to
January 0, 1873, in relation to umall.pox
in tho city, showing tho following tutu,
tics: Numbor of patients recelvod ut tho
Slster't hospital previous to the CJtublith
ment of the peat-bouso, IS; number re
ceived at the pest-houso 71, of whom 29
have died ; 65 of the 71 werenon-retidenU,
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
WHOLESALE. AND HKTAJL
:tTO. 74: OHIO LiiVEB"
Retail and Proscription
Corner Washington Ave.
and Klghth street.
P JR, XJ" S
oLAasj Bfert, ssi
Of chamois and rabbit skin,
for Weak lungt.
At IUKCLAY IM03.
LO 2 ZEJISr O-E S
FOIt soltjj T1IKOAT,
l'repared and sold
II r II A HULA Y UUOS
And DUinffctants lor Stable.
At 11AHCLAY BI'.OS.
v "IIONF.V IIKI'"
" rUl;M AMLIUUA,
And "Cnlver.al Standard."
r At ItAltCLAY UUOS.
Z. D. UATUVBiJ.,
S. C .Ullt
In order to make room for their Sl'UISQ
GOLDS TINE & ROSENWATER
Have determined to Oder their
ENTIRE STOCK OF FALL AND
ACTUAL COST PRICE !
The .Stock Is complete in all departments,
and the Announcement Is made In (iood
Faith. Now is the time t? get
lH.-A.iaE3 33 -A. 3 G AI 3ST S
lu all kind of
The people are mvlled to call at GOLD.
STLNE UOSE.N WATER'S and
MATHUSS & MIL,
C O M M I 3 8 I ON M E R C HANTS
iAY AND WtJSTERN I'RODUC'E
4iiii i nut.
J. M. PIULLIl'S & CO.,
(HucceHors to E. B. Huidnoo & Co,)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Adt .vnceraeuts made ,
Are preprsj to recoiTo, ttore unil tnrwaril
freightr to ll points and buy and
sell on commUiton,
aVBiislnean allimded lo prnmptlr;
Notice l hereby civ en to alt ncrsoii" tntri
ested that the cltv conn ell ol the city c
Cairo having ordetfd that sidewalk" be oi
structcii on tne iniKivving na tneti stint, tc
wit: tin urn casterivsiuc or WnsiiiiiKtun a
enuc In front of lots numbered -! 1 1 1 ri (IS)
nineteen (ID), twenty (iO), and tvvi nty oik
(21). lu block numbered twenty-four (34) ui.
said easterly side from the northerly line ol
said lot numbered eighteen (le) produced, to
the line fixed by ordinance u the outer
nlge of the slilevvulk convtnieted or to be
constructed on tlio southerly siiio of Seventh
street In said city.
On the uortherly side of Sixth street from
Washington avenue to .lefler-on avenue.
On the northerly side of Clos street Irooi
Washington avenue to Walnut street, to con
nect Willi the sidewalks on those struct
On the we-t side of Commercial avenue
in trout of lots numbered one (l), two ii,
three (U), four (4), live and six (0),ln block
numbered twenty (Soi.
On the south side of Tenth street
from Walnut street to .Idle r-on av enue.
On the northerly sldu of Twelfth street
from the terminus of the present sidewalk
on said street, between ulnut and Cedar
street to Locust street.
On the southerly side of Thirteenth street
from Commercial avenue to Washington uv
eiiuc. On the cast side of Molhrook avenue from
West Twenty-third street to West Twenty
On the south side of West Tvvcntv-fourth
street Irom llolhrook avenue to 1'urk ave
nue. That the following named sidewalks be re
constructed and renewed, to-wit:
On the soutu side of .Nineteenth street
from Poplar street lo Commercial avenue.
On the north side of Twentieth street
fromOhio levee to Walnut street
On tho south side of Twentieth street from
Ohio levee to Washington avenue.
On both sides of Poplar street from
Eighteenth street to Dlvi-lon street.
On the south side ol Division street and
on the north side of Centre street.
On the north sldu of Twent v-tlflli street
from Washington avenue to AValmit street ;
and on thu south side of fcnnu street from
Walnut street to llolhrook avenue. And on
the south side or Thirty-fourth street Irom
Commercial avenue to Washing,
ton avenue, have applied to the
county court of Alexau er county lor an as.
scssment of the eot of nld Improvement'
according lo the value of said property, and
an assessment thereof having been m:u!e and
entered to said court, the llnal hearing
thereon will be had at the February term ol
said court commeneliif; on tho Seventeenth
day of February, A. ., lHT.'l. All pes sons de
siring may then and there appear and make
MICHAEL COYNE, Propriofo
(OUl PONT OKF1CK STAND.)
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Ave.
Thu best brands ot Clears, choice Winat.
Liquor, etc., always on hand.
CUTOpcn day and uWhl. BFS
m OLD l)ELMONICO
SALOON AND HEADING ROOMS
K. .1. AVKHH.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levek, Caiko, Ili.h.
J. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND UKALSU I.V
H-A.-Y-, OATS, OOlRylN
AND MILL FEED.
MlLLEll & l'AKKEH,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS vor FAIRDANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE & URO.
Uenerul Commission Merchants
18S OHIO LEVEE,
.IOH.VO. II ARM AX.
IN 11. )0.MAN.
II. WATriOX WKIllt.
.laiiuary 17, A. D., I87il. 1-lldtf
DR. R. C. TARER,
Will resume tho practice ol his profession
with especial relcrence to the cleetrica
treatment of iliseases lu all the new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all cascit of female complaints a lady
will bo In attendance.
Office, 128 Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
E8IDENCK No. 21 Thtrtoonlh street, be.
i tweou WKshinuton avonuu nml Vnlnnt uirn t.
Oltlce 12 1 Oomiiierolvl avenue, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
OKfllDENCK-cornerNinth anil Walnut nts,
LVOtbuo comer buth street nn'l Ohio letne,
Otllcft hours from n h.iii, to Vim., ami u p.m
II. WARDNER, M. D.
llEHiriKNOK-Corner Nineteenth stront and
LVi Wnshlnxton avenue, near court house. Of.
Heiiovor Ar'erOrrs;eryHtor, OHice Houralroin
10 a.m. to Vi m. an ! '-om 'i to 4 p, tn.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
DBTWKKN WASn'N AVBNUK AND WALNUT
Lr. II. K, Fields Informs tne pubtlo that ho hai
LIVERY H T A 11 L E,
on the nortliweit vh of Tcnlh street na nam
Hit 8'sble will ho fumlstu.il with nonii hut the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the puhllnniay ho acconimodated at al
hour of the day and night with Kile teatni
on the lowest tcrnm.
Dr. Fields asks n share of puhlle natronaee
and will endeavor to merit it hy fair deairug
und BUIct attention to huslness,
Corner 7th street and
PARKER & MONTAGUE
toTThc heat hranda of Clgan, choloe
Vlne., Liquora, etc., alwayi on hand tf
It' LLIARD SALOON AND DAR
JOHN CIATK, rroprlelwr.
100 Cimuiercial Avanuo, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
l!t hranil of Callff UCI-arilu racelvvj,
lllliLIARI) aaloon tumlohed with the l.est
of tables : and bar supplied with wlnea, liquora
and elifari of thenost hraii'l".
(Open Day and lght.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio l.cvec, het, 4th and Cth itreetJ,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
A line new Dining Hall with evory con
veuleuce has hcen added to this popular
Restaurant, nnd tho (jueUa will Una every
reimMtu lor their accomodation.
THE 1I1LL OK FARE
consists of ever' auhstautlal and delicacy ot
14 supplied with the
CHOICEST L1QU0RS.WINES & CIGARS
KITJIIxcd drinks prepared with care.
WOOD I WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
The nndeminnoi! will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A Cheap, t not t'henper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Lcavo order
on the slates at the 1'oMolUeo ami at Uoas
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, hetvvecn
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Xllluols. 1
give good moatiuro and will cord tho wood
anglO-tf DKXN18 HALEY.
CAIRO CITY COAL
1 prepared to napplv ouatoratr with th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS lea at Halliday Hroi. office, 7
oiiio lkvkk, or at the Coal Yard below tho
bt. Charles Hotel, win receive prompt atten
tion. Tho Tuo "Montauk" will bring coal
alongsldo to stcamors at any hour.
I'AKKEU & RLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
And the celohraleil illumluattD
BllOaS' LOILDINf , CCB llTH T. A COM
Cajrc; i lLOfOIt.