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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY C, 1873
LOCAL TTRATHEIt ltEl'OKT.
U. 8. 810. BKlt.. OltSKllVKIl'A Ovtwr..
OAUto, Feb. ft, 1873, 10:11 p.m. J
Uaromcter 30-15 and stationary.
Thermometer 40 degrees.
Maximum temperature last 21 hours, at
3 n. in., 6f degrees.
Minimum temperature, Inst 21 hour, at
a. m., 3.1 degree.
Prevailing wind last 'it hours, cast.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
Si hours, ,.0.
Thomas U Watho.V, Observer.
No police business yesterday.
l.AIiGK stock of dry goods til C. Ilannj's
Don't forget to try Me crs' Liberty line
A large amount of business was done in the
Potter or tho Mound City 'Journal' vas
in tliu city vettcrday.
.Tno. l.ec, Jr., superintendent uf tlic C.
and V. railroad Is booked at the St. Chariei.
Jtcscrvcd scats tor Curtice' concert at 1),
Hartuiau's on and after the lith, 2-5-tr,
l.AltCE stock of brown domestics at C.
Tli cherry boat Cairo did a lively business
yesterday, transferring passengers, teams
l lie watchword ol our forulathcr was
liberty, and II. Meyers kecpsthe Mbcrtyline
rut chewing tobacco.
J.argo Mocks of good urn now being re
celled by our merchant!', who are preparing
lor a big spring trade.
Olc Hull, during his stay In Cairo, sampled
the I.lbcrly tobacco for salu by II, Meyers,
and before leaving tho clly ordered one
J.Aiion stock ul' cut talus and danusk's at
Halt I JUbijUliitADKUM 1 .Masquerade
costumes, and fuNa face-masks lor halo or
litre during tliu season at John Sclid-I'
Tho concert aunounced by l'rof. Curtice
to take place on Saturday evening has been
postponed. Tho Friday evening concert
will lake plaro as aunounced.
Iteserved scats JJio concerts on Friday
and Saturday cveupgs, February 71b and
bib, can be obtained on and niter February
Ctli, nt I). Harluun's auction tales room,
corner of Sixth jlreet and Commercial aw
IIakdsomi: line of Uutuiuures at C.
Huffman who was rc-ai retted day bclorc
yesterday, was brought before Inquires
Uross and Jorgenscu yesterday, and by an
agreement or tho attorneys in the cac,
waived an examination, and was committed'
on the charge of murder without bail.
The next regular couitnuidcntlmi rr
nciia iougc,o. ww, A. V. and A. M. will be
held at Masonic hall, this (Thursday) eve
ning, at TJ o'clock. Visiting brother cor
dially Invited to attend.
W. A. Si.oo, Secy.
Thevo is as much informa
tion in p good Scientific Lec
ture as in a year's reading.
The 'Sun' of last evening didn't belclve
that (lov. Ilcvcrldge had appointed as rail
road commissioner lor this end of the Hate,
a Mr. Itoblmon instead of Mr. I.lncgar as
expected. Tho 'im' didn't beliuve It, for
the 'Sun 'had been assured lhat fiov. Hcv
cildge actually promised tliu appolntnient
to Mr. J.incgar. "JIu mailo this pledge to
two of Mr. l.'t lrlend." hays thu '.Sun '. "so I
we don't believe It until the names are pre-1
tented to the statu senate." Well, the-
names were sent into the senate for continu
ation, on Tuesday, uud Mr. J.incgar' s name
wasn't among them. Doe, thu 'Sun' he
Hove fi'ov. llcverldgu broke his word,
pledged to Mr. JJnegar.v U ly! and Gov.
Hevcrldgo Is a church member, too, and we
believe the ' Sun ' supported him lor tho po
Hilion which he didn't secure at the polls.
llAxnOMn line of dre-s
at C. Hanny's.
goods at irc,
The Juvenile chorus concert Is advertised
to take place at tho Athcneum to-night, and
'thereby hangs n talc. MUs Fanny Culliini,
tho teacher In tlio grnmmir school depart
ment, lias ("pent somo time preparing her
scholars tor tho chorus concert, the funds to
bo spent In refurnishing tho grammar schoni
department. A day or two ago it was inti
mated to Miss Cullum by thu board ol di
rectors, that It was desirable th it she should
not give the concert Miss Cullum did not
wih to glvo it up so-tho board of ill.
rectors inloruicd her that it wa her concert
or her "tit." Miss Cullum was determined
not to give It up to; the wrote herreslgna
nation mid will glvo the concert us adver-tl-ed
to-nlcht. "Wo tell tho Mory as 'twas
told to us. Wo do not know thu grounds on
which the board of directors objected to the
concert, and .Alls Funny Cullum Is a stran
ger to in, hut at this present writing Tin:
liUM.KTi.v Is for the ladr, for two or three
reasons. We recall several Instances
In Calio of school cutcrtalnmnntsbclngglvcn
toraUc funds to purchaso books, apparatus
etc., lor thu tehools, and hence sen no ob.
Jectlon to the proposed concert by MUs Cul.
In in for tho purpose stated.
February lO-lMson-i I-KMO-IT-IS-IH.
" i. o. oTi
The member, of Alcxaudcr lodge No, 2!M
1. 0. O. I, are expected to nici t at the
hall this (Thursday) cvenliig, February r,
with their ladles, at "i o'clock prompt.
liy order ol the n. r,,
Laiiok stock of wool blankets nt down
pru'o at C. llanny's.
Tin: mar intiikplaok.
Ciirml hat n first-class hotel proprietor by
tho accommodating and good-looking Dam
run, who know how to keep a hotel. Ills
rooms nrc good and tho tables aro spread
Willi tho best of everything. Wo take great
pleasure in commending this house to our
friends and the travelling public, and will
gnarantco that thoso who slop with Mr.
Damron whllo In Carml 111 have roaon to
llAS'tisoMK Hue of
.tins at C. llanny's.
reps and flgurcildi-
D E IV T 0 1ST
10-1 1-1 2-13-1.1-J 5-10-17-1 8-1 0.
liiUF.itsiAN rmi: coSFpanv.
v The incmbers or thu above named lire
company am reminded that a regular meet
Ing of the company will bo held this eve.
nlng. As the company's bell i unlit lor utc
tills method is taken lor'gMng notlcn of the
M. J. ilowt.KV. Secv.
About nlno o'clock on Tuesday night,
Henry I'cters, well known U Cairo, c
pcdally among river men, walked into a sa.
loou on the levee and called for a drink. As
lie raised it to his lips, he fell to the door and
died Instantly, It Isnupposedof heartdisuase
or apoplexy. Tho deceased was a hard
worklag man about forty year of ge, lie
bid uo nations In the city and wasburlfd
ft th! xpeme of,the county,
In Hie matter or Itetty Curry, orphan ml
nor, tho court granted John and Ann I'urgu
son the right to adopt Mid Hotly Curry, mid
that their relationship hereafter shall' In all
repect be that ol parent and child. The
court further ordered that tho name ol Hetty
Curry bo changed to that ol Hetty 0. relii
son. In thu case of Crowley and llrodcilch :
John Crowley, executor of the l-t will ol
Michael (laiuioti, proof was heard and a
Judgment of &!. 7.1 was rendered against
said cstato in favor ol tho plilntllV as ol
fourth cl.ivs claim.
In tho case ot John Crowley vs. the same,
.titer hearing tho proof Judgment for sis so
wavmmcrcii against the estate as ol fourth
In tho milter of tho estate of Michael
Crowley deceased tho report was exam
ined It nppca.Ing that tho drccaeil had
been executor ot James Cannon deceased,
and hail not settled tho executorship and
that tho property accounted for by Crowlcv
as oxecutor, had alo been accounted for by
'aid Amnion as oxeiitorof tliuu'taloof.lamcs
(lannon dcccacd: It was alo shown that
Kllcn (iauuoii is minor and the onlv heir uf
James (lannon, aud that tho properly had
been willed by James Gannon to Michael
Gannon on certain conditions, subject to t In
payment n( debt? ol 'aid (lannon, aud that
tin; debts have been paid and a sulllclcnt
amount Is still on hand In pay all debts ol
sild Michael (Iauuoii. Tin; lepoit was
ttkcliasn llual report In both ctalcs, and
approved and recorded.
In tho matter of tho cstato of Win. (.
I'rlct deceased, tho administration by his
attorney, J. M. Lunsduu, appeared and tiled
a just and true account, which was approved
In the matter of the cstato ol Michael Ma-
lony, duceascd, tho surviving paitucr paid
the sum ol $123 In addition to the sum paid
tome time 'luce. It was ordered that thu
last sum be considered a settlement, and
which together with thu icport wai ap
proved and recorded.
l.Altnr. ..ocU.ofbleachcd mulln and sbei t
lug at C. llanny's.
Steamer Illinois. Columliu
" Mary Houston, New Orleans
' (ilagow, Hickman
" Sam .f. Hale, Cincinnati;
" Henry Anion New Orleans
' Messenger, Pittsburg
Steamer lllln ils, Columbus
" I homp-on Dean, Cincinnati
" Mary lloiotou, l.ouisvlllo
" (.'onimouwcalth, l.ouNvlllo
' lkdlu Meiiiphls, .Memphis
" J. N. Kellogg, St. Louis
" Mm J. llale, New Orleans
" City ufQuiuey. St. Louis
" Henry Ames, St. Louli
111(1 MUDDV co a t.
Steamboats supplied at anv time, both day
and night with either Lump or Chotnut
Coal, In any (jiianllly an I on usual terms
at the yanl at (Irani! Tower, Illinois, ,s)t'.
clal contracts ollcrcd on l'.iorjbli) terms-,
II. V. Ol.YI'IIANT, (leu. Supt.
D.O. l'.OKllii, Sales Agent.
condition or Titn iiivrcus.
The fall In tliu Ohio. at this port during
the past 'Jl hours was very little, und It may
probably be louud stationary to-day. Thu
Ohio from 1'ittsburg down is rising fast aud
Irom all indications thero will bo big water
In the Ohio within a lew daj, aud tho chan
nel of the lower MU'lsslppl will alo be Im
proved. No Ico save a chunk now and then
passed down thu Ohio and Its surfice was a'
xtiiooth as a "Illicit shirt." Very lllllo leu
was observed going out of tho Mississippi
vestcrday. It Is now open'.to St. Louis, but
the channel Is down to about tlvo Icet,
Special dispatches to Tin: Hut.lrtix ro
port tho condition of tho Mississippi and
Ohio rivers at various point'.
nusi.vcss and WK.mu:r..
Ilti'lncs on tho levee continues splendid.
I'heru l plenty ol Irulght at this pint not-
withstanding the asinine printer made us say
to tho contrary In yesterday's Hi'i.i.ktix,
and tonuago Is In demand.
J'he weather continue mild uud spring
like, mid Is thought that tho giouud hog has
been fuo.cd for this time.
The Northwestern came to tho wharf jr.
terday and commenced loading lor Natchez
and all way points.
Tho Hello .Memphis got away Tuesday
night with it full trip of freight Including
a big lot of stock.
The Sam J, Halo with a low of barges
passed down without landing.
The bargo Calhoun has been left aground
by tho falling river at tho fool of Klghth
Tho City of (itilncy left lor SI. Louis.
She wan detained here some tlmo transact
ing her business.
Tliu Henry Ames with n bargo In tow, bud
a big trip ol sugar, imdj-ic aud collVo for
Tho r.vansvllle packets havo commenced
ruining again, and the (Julckstcp was dim
last night aud probably arrived.
Tho Messenger Irom 1'ittsburg, discharged
largely hero of glassware, nails, iron, etc.,
and w.i. lully loaded for St. Louis.
'Jim Ja. Hownid was up to tho upper
warehouse til day, taking on vast quantities
ot freight. Slu Is last tilling out vlih u
Tho Mary Houston had n full trip for
points along the Ohio river.
Tho Thompson Dean goes on llnough to
Cincinnati with her trip.
n:oui,Ait m kkti.no.
Council CitAMiiut, I
CAIlto, lll., Feb. a, ls;:l. J
Present Ills Honor, Mayor Lnnsden
and Aldermen Hudor, Cunningham, llurd,
Metcalf, Itcardon, Hohlnion, Htratlon,
Swaynu, Taylor and Wood 11.
On motion of Alderman Jludor tho
retding of tho mlnulos Was dispensed
(Aldeyncn Schuli and Stanell nppotrcJ
and took tliolr scuts.)
Tho following oflieinl roports vvoro
senled and on motion nf Ahlermnii llurd
received nnd ordered llled, r.i of 11.
Cunnlnglinm, city tronsurcr, for Januarv
of F. Uross, P. M,, for December; of po
llco constables Huim, Mehnar, ilillingsly
Martin, Wlillcatnp and Lallm-, for Jnnu
ary; an.l of Win -McIIale, Jullur, for Jhii
BTIIRI'.T HUl-KllVIfiOIlV UKl'OllT.
llejiort of Street Supervisor Lollin was
presented and read, stating that ho hud col
lectcd no struct tux slnco his appointment
his bu'tnots not permitting him to attend
to tho duties of tho olllco. On motion uf
Alderman Wood said report was received
nnd tho resignation of said superrlsor
(presented on tho ilth nil ) was ncccpted
feTUKCT coMMiTrui: m:rouT.
Tho street coiiimltlco reported that" in
nsso'Sing tho cost of sidowallc, tho con
struotlon and rupiir of which wore provi
ded for by ordinances Niu. 3'J nnd .'II, by
special luxation upon contiguous pro-
orty, it was found to opcrulu so unequally
that tho committee thought it inexpedient
to continuo that moilu oC nsessmunt be
yond tho wolks already built or ropnlroJ
Tho commUto nlso. reported thut they had
arranged with thu contranlors with whom
agreements had been inadoto do tho work
to suspend operations until after u now or
dinanco could ho adopted providing for
tho n304inont of tho cost of such work
upon tho property benefitted. Alo that
they hud requested tho ordlimnco commit
too to pruparo n now orditmncu to bo sub'
milled to tho council, providing for tho a
snismont of tho cost of tho construction
and repairs of such wnlks m havo not been
completed upon thoproporty boDclllted by
tho improvement, tho adoption of which
ordinance tlioy would recommend.
On motion of Alderman Hudor said ri:
port was received nnd ordered filed.
oiiDi.vAM-R Committee hxi-okt.
Tho following ordinances, rcporlud by
the ordinance committee, vvero read nnd
laid over for a second roadlng, viz:
n orilinauco providing for tho construe
tlnu of a sidewalk on sixtli stieet, ami the
reconstruction or icnu wal ol other Mile
walks therein mentioned.
He It ordained by the City Council of the
cltv ol (.airo.
Sisci tox I . That a sidewalk be constructed
tliu northerly side of Sixtli Micvlfrom
tliu nuiuu iu iiu i.nvt iij.wil IIIU iiaiiii.il
ami not upon trestlework, to-wit: o.i
sde of Niueteeiilh street from Poplar'
Iiy Nnlluimi.Uiuili liiillitinr.
i.Hp'l kttMttuD ptiut lii or Juts Irom slcsm
boats nluht or Jar
Washington uvciiuu to JuiIeron avenue
tho same to I14 laid three (cut below the
grade ol II10 slilowalks on W aslilngtmi ave
nuc anil "Walnut street, and where thu nat
ural ground is lets than three lect be ow
said grade it shall be laid on thu ground
section i!. That tho following tinned
'Iduwalks he iecontruclcd and Vi-ncwcd.
tho same to lie laid upon thu natural ground
to Oiminercial avenue: on thu north sM ..1
Twciiuctli street irom Uliio even to Wu
iiutslrect; on the south sldo of 'J wciitleth
sireei jroin umo levee lo vah
ington avenue; on both slues or
j-opiar sireei irom i.igiiiecntli street
lo Division struct; on tho Mutli side ot Dl-
Msiiin sireei aim 011 too uortii side ot Centre
sircci; uiu ;on soutii side or hauio htrout
irom walnut street to lioitirool; avenue,
"mi uii iuu pouiii miiu 01 riuriv
luiimi Mreci ;rom uominerciai nvcilllu lo
it iisinugion aiciiuc.
Skci io.v ;!. Said kiduvrnlks shall bo cou
slruclcd aslollowi. lu-nlt : Tiiov sh-ill bi
slx Icet wide upon tliu ton. thn lie; III f.l fllll
covering to he ol whllo oak boards or plank
two Inches thick and lint mum tl... n ,.I.
Inches wide, thu Inside line of tho covenii"
to bu four Icet dUtant from thu iront lino n!
inn ioi, sain nuarus or pljulib to bo laid
uros,wl-e with thu sidewalk and ilrmlv Set
and well spiked on with at least ,x tweiitv-
puuuy nans 111 eacn nouiu or plank, to three
stringers of nut less than three Inches thirl.
by six Inches v!dc, (Irmly set on edgu anil
well xplked 011 to sills or cros tlce, not le,s
than three I idles wldu by six liiehus llib-k,
placed croswlM! to said slduwalks at inter
vals ol hlx feet, Ihcsu sidewalk at street
crossings to be extended into thu street
till they meet tho crosswalks.
Where thu sidewalk Isduvated above the
natural ground, tho po.ts of the treMluwork
shall ho lour Inches square, and the .sills or
cross ties MiaU bo placed 011 edge and gained
or morticed Into tho posts and well spiked
on, and the stringers shall he notched tl-ht
to said sills or cross ties: and In all caes
hist-i of wood not lef s than one loot Inn
aud three Inches thick bv six Inches wide
shall bu placed under tho i-ndsoreach lll or
cros, tie, wiieiu thu walk I laid 011 tliu 11 it
11r.1l ground, mid under tin- ends of each
po.t v hero tho walk Is eluvated bv iresiu.
..If the troslleirnrk U over three feet hl-h
thu mi.! .hall bBtirinly braced ond thu p'jst,
uMetided two and a hall feetabovo tliu . hie
walk, to which a hand-railing or stiin of
jvh 10 oak plank 1.110 Inch thick bv tuur
Inches wldu shall be seetiielv nallud '
Said Mrlngcrs, sills, cross lies, posls ami
ground blocks .shall be of whllo or burr oak
red cedar, b ack locu-l or m.ilburry.
aix-riov t. It shall be law ml loranv own
er or ioiciipint of property ihuitlng on anv
ol said sidewalks lo be -constructed, recon
slriiclcd or remtwed. at any time wilhln
liltceuil.i) dajiil'iomlhu time Iblsordlilaiicn
goes Into loiee. to construct, reconstruct or
renew, the sidewalk in Iront ot his orhrr
propcity, In contormlly with the rciiulie
meiits of tho ordinances alreadv In loicu
coni-erulng tho building or comtnictlon f
brick sidewalks, thr. crado not to varv from
that herein prescribed.
81:01 ion f. I'pou tho expiration of said
llllecn days, tint Clly Clfik shall imbllsli
uollco lortcn day In thu newspaper null,
li'hlng. the ordinances id (lie ,ltv, settlnj
forth that sealed bids for furnishing the in.
lerlals or doing tho Work, or both, lor the
coustnictloii, luconslructloii or luiiewal of
said sidewalks, or any oiii- or more of them
directed lo the clly council, will bererelu.,
at his olllco up to the tlnix i.rtlm meetlii" or
the city council, for tho opening ol said hTd
which meeting hall not bu culler than l '
nor later than U d.iyn from the il.ito of said
notice, which shall Fiiecllvin-siMi .I... .?..
of Mild meetliu ami dcsciliio the work to he
done, etc., by rcferlng lo this ordlnanu.,
g n its number, date ol approval, etc.
and that said ordinance I subject .to cvan
liiallou at any lliuo at his olllce.
ti.iTAV?,":, ''"dils.liall he opened bv
ho elcik in the prcsciicii ol the council, nnd
he e mtract lor doing thu work or ft , '
tig thu mate 1 lii, or both, for Ihe con.tri.e-
Hon, icconstiuctlou or rciiowal iifsibl side-
niiidei to thu lowest reiionibfn 1.1 r
jrh slial Isuiilc ently guarameo lo tin. katls
faction o the clly council tho furnishing of
said inaleiia or thu perloiniauci. of Ki
woik, or both, under the supcriiileudanee
ol thu committee on streets, wu,m such
tlinu or lliues as may bu Hxud by cuntract
hi:ci ION 1. Thu cosls and cxpcu'eHolYhn
crtiistriietlon, rcconstriicllou or icncwsl r
sa d s duwalks M.all be paid out ,,1, ,
raised by special as-aiuei,l. as proildcd lor
Inii.-llclo No. nine (il) ur thu present c liv
Ki:otion8. That so much o ordinance
.No. .lJ,aiipio;cil!-epteiuher liilh.A, D ihT
as iclates to tho sidewalk herein mentioned
Is hereby repealed,
miction' II. That serlions three CI), ns
amended aud five and eight (s. of o dl
nance Mo. fourteen (II), (ol tim ht r.nUiou
of orillnances), iqipnived November U7, A
D. 1871, so far us Ihu smuu aru applicable.
shall bo observed and followed In cartjlng
mil ihu olijei'ls sought by this ordinance.
Alderman Molcalf moved lo nmund
faid ordlnnnco bv milling nt Hie end of
soction two tho words " and on tho west
siilo uf i'oplar street frifru Division struet
lo Twcnly-flfth street." Amondment
An oruiniinco providing for 4110 pur.
chase of n bull for thu Hibernian Firo
Kngino company :
Ilo it ordalticd by UioCily Councilor llm
Ski-TIo.v 1. Thai n sum nol exceeding
lour liutiilred dollars is hcrobv nliiiri
printed for thn ptircliao nf an alarm boll
to bo located on tho Hibernian Mro hn
uinu cominn v's house, nnd that tho com
mltteo on llro department bo instructed
nnd empowered to purclinto tho satno.
FIX AN'CK COM MITTEK IIKI'OIIT.
Tho flnanco commllteo reported lhat
tlioy had destroyed coupons paid, and
scrip canceled during tho month of Jan
unry ns follows : Coupons lo tho Amount
of $3'J1 IP, nnd scrip to llio amount of
57,01'J "7. On motion of Aldermnn llurd
said report was received and ordered
A petition was present! from thu Illi
nois Ountriil rnllroud company, mid other
persons ropresuitiug thumsulvcs to bo
owners of moro than ono-hulf tho fronlng
oeiweun Lighteunth und Tweutv-sixtli
stroots 011 Luvoo street, praying tho coun
en to grunt to said railroad company the
right to construct, maintain
opurato upon mid iilong
part of Luveo struct lying oast nf its prc
ont tracks, froii))tlioomn liuu of Kighto-n
struct lo llm north lino ol Twenty-sixth
slruul, kiicli trnclt or traoks as it nmv llnd
neceunry and desirable to connect its
prosnnt tracks with tho grounds nliovo dc
scribed anil tho tracks to bo constructed
tliuruon, for tho purposo of ustnblishiiur
and operating n transfer frieht depot
and car Terry to connect with tho Mi
sissippi Central railroad.
Aniernmii ftwayno moved to rcf. r to
tho street committee.
iMdcrinan V oo.l moved us an iiinend
meiit that the pctilion bo griinlod.
Aldunnan llurd moved 11s un amend
meiit to tlio ame.ndiiient that tho matter
bu laid over till Friday evening next.
S I.I..-. I It . .
wiiuuiiu iu nuru uniQiiumoiii wni car
ru-ii by tho lollowing vu. Ahlermtin
tMvayiiucilling for tho ayes and' nays
Ayes Utidor, llurd. Muicalf, lbxirdun
sciiuii, ttancil, btMltou and ijuuMio &
Nays Cunningham, Hobliison. Tax lor
and Woo l 1.
A putilion of sundrv lnrsons was nrc
sontod ruprosentsngthht thuy aro owners
of lands mid lots fronting upon Luvee
street, Lutwecn tlio uppor end of tid
street ond Kightcenth struct, and praying
thu council to pais mi ordinarico granting
to thu Lairo and incenncs railroad
company, tlio right of way
upon sum ij ,irtt!t
from thu upper ond thereof to and across
Lighteunth street, with tho Mailt to lav-
down and opurato ono or moro tracks with
convenient turnouts thereon.
un motion of Alderman .Metcalf, tnid
petition wus laid over until thu next meet
ing of tho council.
A petition of thu Cairo nnd Vinconnes
railroad Co., by (!. Ii. JUum, attorney, for
tho sumo pilvilege, was presented and
rend. Aldunnan Molcalf moved to refer
to tho ordinance commitleo to draft tho
ordinance pruyo l for. Withdrawn.
On motion, said ordinarico wa then laid
over till next mooting.
A potition of Messrs. Str.iughn nnd
llinkli', proprietors of tho Planters' To-
hacco Warehouse, was nresentud. nrnvtrit-
ermisjion to conduct their auction salu"
01 louacco in ald warehoiHe, free
Alderman Cunningham moved to
Aldunnan .Schuh moved to amend by
referring to tho ordinance commitleo with
instructions to draft an ordinance allow
ing them to sell tobacco in th-tlr ware
hoiisij without license. Curried by tho
following voto, Aldorman Wood calling
for tho ayes and nays: Ayus Hudur,
Cunningham, JIurd, Hearden, i'.obir.son,
Schuhu'il iitratton 7. h'nys Mutc.iif,
Stancil, Swayno. Taylor nnd Wood-.'.
Petition of, Mrs. K. White, Taylor and
Parsons, trustee.', and V. ni,Pr) properly
owners un tho north Mdo of Piftuenth
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut street, praying tho council to havo
a sidewalk constructed on that part of
nrteonth street, was presented and read,
'Aldunnan Sehuh moved to layover till
Aldurniuu Wood moved to amend bv
referring to tlio ordlnanco cotnniittuu to
draft an ordinanco providing for tho con
struction of 11 bidowalk at tlio abovu de
scribed point. Amendment adopted.
A petition of it number of persons re
siding in tho vicinity or tho corner of
Kighlh and Walnut streets, was pro
soiitod nr.d raad,ropre?uiiting that thocro!-
sings at that corner nro In a very bad eonH
dition, and praying tho council to instruct
tho street committee to Imvo thoui ro.
palrod at onco.
On motion of Aldonnan Ctmnlngham
the petition was granted and tho s'lreut
committee instructed to havo said crossings
A petition of H-t relay- Ilrot., was pro--entod,
(or llm privilcgo ol renting tho
Tenth street pump homu for storage ptir
poei upon such terms as may liuronfier
00 agreed upon. On motion ol Alderman
Uubituon tho petition was referred to thu
(Iraitingo committal) with power to act In
M'KCIAI. I'OMMITTKK lniror.T.
J no spuclal conimlttco of iiiorchunls
huretuforo uppolnted lo couimunicato to
thu council upon tbo subjuflt of tho Inspec
thin of grain and othor articles of com
inorco ntporlcd that'iu tholr opinion,
when such a system uf inspectlun Is
adopted it should bo directly 'under tho
supervision and control of merchants and
others having produce to inspect, nctlng
in tho capacity of it chamber of commerce,
through approprlato and legally consti
tuted coiiiuiiltces. Tho coniuiittuo also
reported '.hat eliorts nro hulng made to re
vive tho "Cairo Cliumbor of Coininorco,"
find tho com'lnlttoo rocomnmnded tlmt
when that body is rovlved, tho subject of
Inspection borcfericd lo them, as ntnplo
powers aro granted In their churlor to
establish, regulalo nnd control tho inspec
tion of produce
On motion of Aldermnn Wood tho re
port win received and tho commlltcu dis
Thu following bills vvoro read, and on
motion referred to tho proper committee,
in loads 'hie-
Jlio (lladlicy, haillln;
J It Cunningham, hauling' drunken
mat. to jail ,
V i:ier, 12 uili lui- clly J.i'li
V Itlser, 11 blankets for cllv Jail ...
tlio W llcnrlcks, building 8I1J it
sidewalk tin Tenth slreul, from
Walnut sliect lo Jell'eron ave
Jllle, at 70 els
N A Ddvore, lowering and repairing
l,i)-M ft sidewalk 011 Twciuy-llllh
Mrcut, between Washlnglon ami
Hulbrook avunui-s lit l.'i cts., ...
m( While, (1,118 It 0.1k plank at
Call o Hox "aii'd" "ilaVket ' co'iiipany,
I, MO It oak lumber at l!i ...
Thus ritgeiald. il days' labor' on
streets at iJ -J.")
I'cler Conliin. Ill days' labor on
slicel ut '-'.".... ....
Win .McIIale. W ilni' lahor'ou
strciits at $J
.1 II l.y licit, couiily ileik, cerlVu'ed
copies ol paper lor sidewalk 11-si-siiiciit
LII Myer, rider or police, balaiico
jluuoii account ol- hogs Impounded
In months- or Not ember und De
cember, I7:!. .
M r.ihill, hauling iliiiii'keii'inauto
P. snceiiy, hauling a dead dog out
fide clly llmll, "
Puter WuMer, hauling H ,:'it p-'li,'.
ci.mpanj' hose lor lilllng islxth
Win McIIale, dlellng prisoner." in
January, InT.", Ml day,
It 11 Ciiiiulngtiaiu, rent ol eouiiull
building lor January,,
Cairo City Uas company, g.ii 'con
slimed In street lainjn In Dec'em
Cairo city (in eouiia'uy, g 'ci.'n'.
sinned in street lamps m Januarv,
M. '"'T,011- liattlinga dr'iinL'e'ii'm'ai'i
Jnu il uberly, publishing coiiii'dl
piocecdlng in Juiitiarv, ase-s-mellt
nollcu. blank book.i'tc
Jijs Jlo., I tons coal lor clcrk'n oillLi-'.
.1.1-Kus, 1 tun uotti lurciiv jail i
.M II llaiiell, publishing election
liotlei- I times
A I'arii, January .dary us'ciiv' 'mar
LA lliiruetl, Januarv salaiv ai'i'itv
It A Uiiinliighalii, January Valari'as
M .1 1 low ley, Januarv sala'rv u-'ciiv
clerk " '
I.. II. Mejcn, Jaiiuu'ry' Vn'larv "u's
chin! of police
L'has .Mehiier, Philip lleiin, It K Ji'iii.
'"'.''v.:! ,V '"'"K-'t WhlK-aini.
and it I .Martin, polivu constables,
latiuary sal in, each
It I'iUgciald, 4 u.i) registering aiid
1 day Jitdgi- ofeleclluii
Jollli nugaii, 4 davs ri'L'Isitiiii.V li'ild
1 da judgu of clcctiyli . . .
).'" 'j,l"e'- ' ''' Judge of election,
m Mai Ho, 1 day clcik uf election,
1) .1 l olcy. 1 dav c eik m' ,.....ti,.,,
Jus McKeiiiu, I dajsrcgljturlngau'd
I day clerk of election
nippcuourg, 4 days icgistering
anil 1 dav clei k iiI'i..., h.,m n
Jas (jailaiid, t days regl.lciiiig' a'lid
1 day clcrii ol eleclluii...
L J Hi rue, 1 day clerk ofelciio'n ' '. '.
.7 .!-' -,lL,l'"cr, 1 day clerk ut election
I' lllo-s. PM. Jaliiiarc ..l ,r,-
Ja Ho,., S tons coal l6r l.e-t-hou'-c'.
...m,i-.,uiHl-,i-oii, gruccric lorpest-
Nick Williams, meat for nestjioiiM.'.
Wm Kendall, milk lurm-hcd i.en-Iioii-i-
duo J-chlamer, lent or iiesl-huu-e.
tcgcuoiuslursaine, anJ hauling
W W Wouteii. HUtierlnleiiiliiiL' uc.Y.
Ilull-M III .Infill trv
Jnu C WoodWurtli, aiteiiiiaucf ' ia
Henry Diikerson, attendance! at
ii-lilngiiiu I'lsher. iillund an,. it nt
i'luliji l'a't attendance ' ut"'pcst-
Dr. d ii Parker, service ' a"p'hv'.
ci.iii tor iiest-iiuiisu I10111 .launnv
r. 1,1 .':i
Pclrr .Suil, ur rubber CUJI 111,1 It,.,.
4 J 7."
Taylor nnd Wood-li!. Nay
An ordlnanco entitled "an ordlnnco lo
amend certain ordinancoiof Iho clly," was
rend n second limo and, on motion of Al
dtrman Cunningham, adopted by tlio fol.
lowing voto i Ayes-IJudor, Cunningham,
llurd, Mcteulf, Jloardon, Hoblnson, Hchuh,
Stancil, (Straiten, Stvayno und Tuvlor II.
An ordlnnnuo entitled "an ordlnanco
creating the oflleo or grain inspector" was,
un mouon 01 Aiiiorman Hurd, laid upon
Liquor bonds or Win. Winter, Denis
ovapicion, anu .lolm Muckherger were pre
nuiuuu nnupiin mouon, approved.
COMMITTEK ON KKVISION.
Tho mayor appointed Aldermen Taylor
ttr t 1. ,
Tuou, Jieuruen, Htvnyno and Under
aconiniittoo to rovlso the ordlnancti l
rulatlon to tho duties of certain ullicers
nnd tholr appointment, as provided for
n resolution aduptoJ this evunlng.
wn mouon or Alduniiuii Hudcr
council then ndjtiunied.
-M. .1. llowLKV, Clly clerk.
Tho discharge or HudTin "diabetes
"""""""K vo'y cxtraoid nnri- l,uln..
been known lo reach tho amount of thirty
pints In twetllv-fiiurlin 1. ..!... . .
. , rl -sii'l IIU Villi
talnlng over two ounces of st.ccl.aMno mat
".t. 111 U1U early ,lllgel gf ,tl. ,itl.H0
no remedy is so prompt as Parkers com
tln,n.t II. .1.1 . . . . . '
,.w.. mu cirnci ituchu. Try it, and
win never regret It.
druggists, every where.
CAIItl) AND VINCKNNIN
" .Mound Cllv..
" Llilor.ido .
. ", -Mt. Caruiel..
Arrive Viuceiine .,
11. ! 00
ft,, n...t ft, . .. .
ir. . IV' i-obnisry :i,
ioiiovvs; . railroad will run
7:l'i a. m.
1 :-"t-" p. 111.
) . i-i press.
Leave Incennc. . ;, ,
" -Mt, Caruiel nr.' J
" Carml u-m .1
" i;idurailo,...li;Oji '
s "u i"'!'' :U" sOMn.
"-v-i.u. . , t:u? 7;25
r. .11. -
,...s 1 VITB. l. "HI' the Ohio
....--.-,, , luMiannpuu ami Vlliccniic.
, ... mm; aiiu,i,ravviorilstllli railroads
in . 'V" ,1'1"'"' V,c ''"! Ille and New
i....n. ,ui nuc, 111 Tallin Willi llic.-st. Lolli
am iiiiii casirrn ; ai NnrrlsCllv Hn- Mirlln;
".V.V . " """ soiltlieaslern ; at Lltlorado
..11, 1 nir .-uaitiicciunii iirancli ol the St
m 111 i ,V'r": Cairo with the
aim vimu rauroaii transfer boat, and
burg and Now Orleans.
1.. 1 ...V' !!' '"." Ticket Ag'l.
.lNO. I.i:i:, .III., Sup't. h
''!! p. in. lo
.1:10 " 1 ar,
Wi a. m. le,
Olllce nf Cairo Cllv IVrrvCo .
Caiiio, Feb. I. 1b7:I. I
Noilce hereby given to thu stockholders
.11 me u.jimi- naineu compaiiv, that un as
srv,,i on in nineteen (Hi) per vent, or t: AO
lu.r -li-ir.t in...,, il.. ..-..1,.., . :
,, ! jm;iinutk 01 tain com
paiiv , has thl day been made by thu board
of directors, mid lhat tho stockholder ant
. 11 11 iu pay ine same at tliu olllce or Ihe
lrcasiiier,.i. follow, he : rioneachhnteoii
.-I at cli I, next, and l .V) on each si.
April 1, next. III acconhnco with tliu char.
tiij wijij if 111 111H rfiiiiii.ini'
2-ll-dl'Jt. Tlio. W. llAM.fi.iv.
. - , fcvv J
Thu fulIoA-ing resolution, olfurcd bv Al-
duriiuui Taylor was, on motion, adopted
by tnu following voto: Ayes Huder,
Cunningham, Hurd, .M.;tcalf, Itvurdcii,
liobiiisi.ii, Jiuhuh, ritancil, htratton,
Sway lie, Taylor nod Wood IJ. 'ayo.
Jtesolvcd, That street crossings bu con
structed across Poplar street, puiullel with
tho suiali sldo ut Tlnrteuntii struut, uud
across CVdar street, purullol with thu
tuiilli iiidu of Tuiilh struct.
Alderman Taylor ollered thu following
preauiblu and resolution, viz :
Whereas, Hy section 1! ot article 1) of
tho "net to pruvidu fur tho Incorporation
of cities and villages," under which thu
city is now organised, it is provided that
tho city council may, in us discretion,
either provide for Ihu ulection by thu lugul
voters of thu city, or the appointment by
thu oily council ot a city marshal, city su
pcrintundent of .truels, and other olllcurs
named in such suction, therefore
11 solved, That a spucml committee, to
consist of live members of thu cuuncil, bu
appointed by thu mayor to Imvo prepared
an ordinunco for mbmUsion to tho
council providing fur tlio appoint
ment by thu city council of a city marshal
and ciiy superintendent of .truels and
Biiuh otliur olilcors as may jcmi to ilium
proper and t- at they alio report to the
-uuucll what changes (if any) should, in
thoir opinion, bo iniulu Iu thu duties of the
proiunt city olllcora and ihulr oouipcnsa
11011, On mbtion of Aldonnan Cunningham
inid preauiblu and resolution wore adop
ted. Tho following proamblo nnd resolution
introdticod by Aldcrnvin Taylor wcro on
motion of Alderman Cunningham,
adopted, viz :
Wiikrkas, portions of tho shlou-all; on
tho.outh sido of Contur street neur Wnl
nut street, and also on the west sldu of
Walnut street at its inlenoetion with
Center street havo been removed without
authority and in violation of tho ordinan
ces of tho city, theruforu
Kusolvd, Thut thu city attorney bo and
ho hereby Is instructed to require tho said
sidewalks, and ero.siiiL'S to hit rA&tornd .it
in default thereof to enforce tho ordinances
in such c-isrs provided,
Tho following resolution was ollurod and
on motion of Aldermnn Sehuh adopted
viz: 1 '
llesolved, That tho ssrcot committee ho
instructed to construct 11 crosswalk over
Washington nvunuoon .Fifth street.
Hill of Ooorgo W. Honricks amounting
loSaiy 00 for building 012 foot of side
walk on Thirteenth stroot, from Com
morclal nvonuo to Washington avenue,
which wits referred on tliu loth ult. to the
street commitleo, was reported back by
said rotninltteo with their approval.
Aldonnan Taylor moved to allow.
Carriud by tlio following voto: Ayes
JludoCunningham, llurd, Metcalf, Hoar-
don, Koblnson, Schuli, Standi, Htratton,
T "W O
Will bo given at the
A T II ENEUil
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS
I'cliriinrj' 7 mill s, ih?3.
MUSICAL TAI.KNT OF THIS ( ITV,
Under the illicction of
IMJOF. X. !'. CUIITICK.
The lirst uveulng will be a miscellaneous
concur!, con-lsting tf
Opkua-iic, Skntiukxtai. and Comic
The second evening
will be rendered the
O .A. IsT TATA
...m'.ml c.nT !l,,ni'"v1e I-oeraiiimes which
cannot lal lo please the public. Let homo
talent and Industry bo appreciated bv a
crowded botiso 011 uach night.
Iteserved Seats .
..'J.i cents extra.
l or sale at IlarlmaiiV, corner or Slvth
reel and Commercial avenue, also at Hook
ell At Co'h book slore, No. IU Con11nerci.il
J3r Doors open at 7, coniinunce at 8.
.ICV EXILE OlioitUS (JONCEttT
Tiu'usoav, Pj:iim;Ain- (!, 157:1.
POSITIVELY ONK NIGHT ONLY.
dTThls enlertaliimcnt Is In be given bv
Ihu pupils or the tlraninlar Schoo . for i i
purpose f rcluri.lsl.lug their, . , .,?,!,, 1,1
i.ei 1110 neon 0 or Hu m. :.. .1"
rested lit tl... k.o . .7' !" '.''""
."""""' -iicuuiagu tnu r
0. WINSTON, "
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. U Ohio Lkver.
Offers the following valuable realeslate for
i-ale, which is selected from a very large list
of valuable real estate for sale and lease,
as presenting very favorublo Uruis for In
vestments;: A largo two slory house, In good repair,
together with '1 lots, 011 Cross street, nrar
school house, a No. 1 bargain.
That lino large house and lot 0, block f.l,
clly, on Washington avenue between Fourth
and Filth streets.
J.ut No. H, block No. 0, Ohio I.-vce.
Two splendid high lots on Walnut street,
next to corner of J-;igih street. Very cheap.
Two lots on Tenth street, between Walnut
and Cedar structs. Very desirable and will
be sold cheap.
Three lots on Cedar street, well situated
at a bargain.
Those two line business lots, 1.1 and 10,
block 1 1, city, on Commercial avenue, near
comer or Kighlh street, on w Ich now
stands the livery stublo or Miles l'arkcr.
Possession given tint or April.
Four lots on Twenty. lirst street, near Com
mercial uvctitm and freight depot or the C.
and V. railroad.
Two lots on Commercial avenue, near cor
ner or Tlilrlv-thlrd street. Will be sold
Two good business lots, 7 and 8, block If
clly, on Washington ni cntto and corner ol
Flltcenlli slrcct. Directly opposite custom
l.otsfl, 10. 11 and 12 same blockand Inrcar
of lust mentioned lots, on Flltcenlli street.
Lots U and Hi, block :ui, clly, on Thirteenth
stieet, near Commercial Mveliue. Price f.'loo
A line fann nf 1.7) acre, with good Im
provements al Ooo'o Island, adjoining tliu
larui of (), (Jreetilee, 1,j. 'I lie olj anitfer
lllilv are unsurpassed, being rich bottom
land entirely above ovvrllovv.
Several well linpiovi-d fruit farms in I'll
lu.OOil acres unimproved lands In Alexan
der and Pulaski counties, In bodies to suit
J.'..iski acres unimproved, well timbered
land In Arkansas, near Osceola, No, 1 cotton
lands. Titles to all the foregoing perfect.
p o jiT'ea h e .
The Perry Home. This large and commo
dious uud well situated house will be leased
fur ii number of years on very advantageous
Those finely situated residence lots 'il, as
mill -J.'l, block bo, city, corner of Ninth ami
FOIt SAI.K Oil l.K JK.-I)t In any
part of thu city. l.'J5 lm
P. O. Sehuh.
Iteserved scats ii.'i
For salu at llaunon's
Urns'., on thu levee.
sloru and Jlarclay
H. H. HHIUHAM, M.li,,
.,i'nl".??,li?,1,io 'liynlcUn and Burgeon. Of-Ii-,
0 So'umeroial avenue, llesldcnco on
tnreo uoors west or C. II.
lentil I, tree l
l'ARKEll A BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
I'utt j-, Iloualue, Ususollue,
1ml tho celebrated illumlnttlns;
UltOBfi' LDII.D1NO COP ilin AT. COM