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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1873
LOCAL WE1T1IEB REPORT.
t.'s. Sto.Sm., Omirvxk'i Orrict. 1
,01110, b. II, 1871, 10:11 p.aa. )
Bvomt 80:18 and rising.
TfcsWtaomeUr 30 degrees.
yrtb& northeast, velocity 4 mllei per
MaxlMm temperature hit !l bourn, at
1:30 p. m.f 36 degree.
Minimum temperature, tat 24 hour, at
ft a. to., '8$ degrees.
rrafrhfUns wlad last 94 hour, north. '.
Total lumber of miles wind travelled, last
11 hour, 00. ,
Thomas I,. Watsok, Observer.
No pidlco cases yesterday.
To-day is, Valentin' day.
l.AROK stock of dry good at 0. Manny's.
lion. D. Y. Munn hi gone to Washington
Potter of Mound City.tmlled on Cairo yes
terday. The 'Sun' continue s ,to ask Frot. Denton
A. Q. DcBsuai, of the Cilia Line acd
Rock company, came to town yesterday.
The MUd on the trvi and erowln;. 1
deep, aa 1 mkes mot HLvigreeablc- vvalUrv.
Lvnan stock of MeachedcuHta and hc:
tugs .it C. llmiiy'j.
Wanted to RrxT. A furnished aou-e
Address L., box SCO. 2-7tf.
II. II. Spencer, the ssw.mill man of raU
kl, iru ou of yesterday visitors to this
The Ohio rUtr is rt'lng rapidly and the
extensive thaw which h now t In Is fx.
vorablc to a tlood.
WaxTJirt A white girl 'to do general
home work In a small famllr, Address box
711 1". O.
R. Smyth Co. have Just received a large
lot of Pittsburg ale, very line, fiom Spcnctr,'
.McKay St Co., Pittsburg.
The Cain Cauiuo have decided to hold
their anaual masquerade ball at the St.
Charles hotel, Monday night, February 17.
Tub Bulletin of yesterday morning
nude A. Mitchell superintendent of the C.
and V. ralkoad Instead of the Illinois Central
Hakdsoxb line or dress goods at lBcti
at C. Ilanny'f.
February J3-14-15-10-17-18-19 .
Fob Hale. The cottage now standing on
lot 9 block 49,' near corner Washington ave
nue and Tenth street. Enquire at this ot-dec.
Wc understand thcro Is a horao raco on
the tapis for a solid silver cup. The cup
is on exhibition at I'arker & Montaguo's sa
lmon, and will be a line prize for ttie lucky
Lauoe stock of wool blankets at down
price at C. Manny's.
Wanted To rent a flirnlihod rooiu, by
a couple of gentlemen, with or without
board. Address II. S. 31. Mulletis ofuce.
Preaching every evening this week in the
Christian Chapel, by Elder John A. ltnines.
.Subject this evening "The Unity of tho
Church." The public arc cordially Invited.
A special invitation Is extended tdthoelergy.
The Cairo and Vinccntics railroad com
pany have removed tho olllces of general su
perintendent, auditor and treasurer irom
Carml to this city, and In a lew days they
will be able to transact business without delay.
Prank J. Chapman of Carbondale Is 'the
party who shipped tho first two hbds. of
tobacco on lbs C. and V. railroad direct to
.Sew York. The tobacco was bought at
Messrs. Straughn & lltnklo's tobneco ware
house lu this city.
Large stock of brown domestics at C
Kon Sale. My entire stock of groceries,
saddle, harness and (arming Implements, at
vvholcsalo or retail. J). AitTEU.
D. B. Hodges, general agent tor Cal. Wag'
Hers minstrel tioupe, is here billing the
city. The troupe will gho two performan
ces at the Atbeneujn, Tuesday and Wcdnea,
day evening, February i!5 and Mil. They aro
good, aud'eorae recommended.
The O. and V. ltallroad comnnnr lri
opcued n tslegraph offlce in Winter's block
" n. v Hson, formerly of Carail, if tho ope
rator. lie hat )erraancntly located here
Mr. Wilson is a brother of Judge Wllon
representative In congress fiom Indiana.
Halt! Masqueradkhs ! .Masimerado
iiostumes, ai;d fal-9 face-masks tor sale or
hire during the season nt John SchetTs
Larue stock or cttitalus and damask's a
Last nlgbj a Urge audience J put In their
appearance at the Athcneum to
hear Prof. Denton. The professor was evi
dently laboring undea the dlsatvantage of a
bad cold, and Consequently he cUthli lecture
sho.t, Tho subject of his lecturo to-night
will he "The Causes and Cures ol Evil as
Geologically Considered," and on account
of the Coterie masqucrado ball, will com
mence at 7:30 and last one hour.
Tho public ii hereby informed that inv
house Is entirely free from small-pox or
otner contagious dieae. It has been thor
oughly cleaned and disinfectants have been
freely used, so that no possible danger can
be apprehended from the contagious dleae
that may have boon on th premise .
IIamv5omic line of rcp tl tUured d-
Ulns att. lltmiyV
The mauajen tf the C-uia-j taiti;ctntr?
nctAL hektiso or thk citt C0UXC1L
calleu bt the mayor roti ocxehal
Council CitAMncn, )
Cauio, IU., Feb. 11, 1873,0 p.m. J
Present Aldermen CunnlngbAm, Mot
calf, PbillN, Tlearden, Kobinion, ijafford,
Slratton, Swaycp, Taylor, Waldor and
Wood ward -11.
The myor being abiont, on motion of
Alderman Swynei Alderman lteirden
wai called to tho chair.
Geo W Ilenrlcki, building 811J ft
sidewalk on Tenth Mrcct, from
Walnut street to JelTenon nvo
nuc. at 75 cts t 60S 02
N A Devorc, lowering and repairing
i.uj'j ii siucwaiK on i wen i y-n ix ii
street, between Washington and
llolbrook avcnuei. at 4i cts..,,,.
,Wm Wldtc, OjUS It oak plank at
. ..... . .1
Cairo Hox and llasket compahy,
l.oiOllo.k lumber nt It .,
Thos Fltzjerald, vl days' labor on
street' at $i 2.1... "4
Fetcr Contan. i! dar labor ou
slieets at 21 2.1
Wm Mcllalc. '11 das' labor oh
wai rad a Hcor.d titns, and, on rsHs f ; M .'a!
AViitnaa Cr.alnchaai. adrWt the . rV?,'
tV.niw.sj; x; Ay CaaT.;;cVas, Met
4vV.f, FkSills Eearda, J'W-.f SiJ.v-J,
have perfected arraajtassat wtUsXr.Krta, S"IU'1 W-Tt TarW. 1V!tr w
ot the Co:ori e!b' all to-Jfi . u re-'f P t-i iUCtt CsUa KulrM
maincJrernatUTseskUy. Icociv ts tssV jvat?Jay a tiVoc sjv j-Cixwc JVc tV
parties tfeilrfe;- cts: -? ta Ci! 1 r-cta 5 Nuliut' xi vscm
iaa;uerAde an opportaaity it 1 On t ajvM. sic T-n rt i.ivt iv-wt
FOSsAlX. U'itk'KUDrVs in sin- to4 jrKiTr
UJ.stoocnUetx:dvrto 3lt. ltv
J G l.Ttioh, ecunly vletk. eertltlcd
AS ORDtXANPC. 0' " ' r uien aiK a-
An ordlnaoe entitled "an ordicasce jj.lt Mytrs vldef of' police, bilatire
providlni; tor tie purohiisot a M for' ,,u" " of h. impnuiHtrd
it-.I..i v i ln ,tl "i Noveuil'eraiHl I)e
ti.a Uitxrnlaa tat Lcrics compasr. cm!wr. I7i
tttii. iMitun; (tranvrH man ta
enr, KsuUk a d.ul tt mi:-
fhio riis MKUlt . ,
IVlrr WaKSct. kaullnc Ii .V It Pirr
; MRvy Ik r fiwiwt silsth
! !,- ritra ....
Wm Mrtlate. itsetiK prl:w In
January. 17. ly
www w iy-c; urn t Xwaaiv,
it .... ;
Aa I trT.'rvxtf for iet' sac.
A Mft,4mkr m4tj (Sir .usr.
SI A i a. iiiioaij Mrx'i;
.uSe,ei sii !ety eX r. jr? vTZZm .Jn : nir
of e-eJ trx.l. Vsxj frr f ! KiVt4MfH tWtr5 r j H srrTfrv 4aasar vstarr
1 Jtaanurf ai. fiwa
are worth the a-aey . C A cjuxlv. ; Utfl , u :
Kaxri. Titt la Kaicilic t Ht
ei:x:itza xi antvrat. r
Ii..ai CvotMil KaTrvsi (Maiir vf a
tttiil ipi for i,t u.-.f tk Jdniit(irp
CVatral IUiirsi cvstmaT, kkd ci i c:
. . T- ... i .
flAXr-soME Use cf Cxstaervs a; C. Uan
The entlra household aad kitchen furni
ture at the re.-ldence of 3. II. Mulker. on
Ninth street, between Wahinjton aenu;
and Wslnut street, on Monday, February
7, at 10 o'clock, consisting ol bedstead-.
warbrobe, beddinr, chairs, sofa, ralrror,
carpets, stoves, crockery, plates, knives and
forks. Alo one fine Wheeler A Wii-onsew.
log machine, nearly new. i'ale positive and
without reserve. 2-l-3t.
A lettival and musical soiree will be given
in Ullln ou tho evenings ol February 1!) and
and 20, lor the purposo of raising funds to
furnish tho new M. E. Church of that place.
Tl: ladles connected with the church have
lnado arrangement' for the entertainment
and the accomodation of nil visitor". It will
undoubtedly bo the most Interesting and en
tertaining festival that will beheld iuSoulh-
crn Illinois this season. All arc invltod to
Ca i ii o Casino
St. Charles Hotel
ATTENTION, MAStjUKUADER'S 1
To-ulght Is tho occasion of the grand mas
querade at tho St. Charles, und Judging from
the number of costumes already engaged, a
large attendance may be expected. Tho Co
toric have put forth their best ctrorts to pro
duce a signal success, and they will not be
The duties of the various committees re
quire thnlr undtsldcd attentions until a l u o
hour, and ln order to relievo themselves
of uuneccssary duties, they have decided to
closo tbt doors at 10 o'clock. Those attend
ing will plcaso note this, and be on hand at
as early an hour as pomlble. a
I It Stewart, W IITorwood, and A I) Mar
tin, Cincinnati; I. D lioonc and daughter, J
Nottingham. W Unbbins, U Hammond, I) 11
Hodges, C C.mlth, Chicago; I. T l'onlcina,
Dongola; C A Itogcrs and lady, (Julncy, AP
Phillips, Mrs 1. Kurtb, St Louis; J U Still
well, Louisville; WSCondand wife, Charles
ton, Ills; O V llrown, C N Chick. Dubuque;
Jas Little, l'atoka, lnd; F J Chapman, Cur
bondalc; S L Crews, Cadiz, Ky; O W Mor
gan, Dongola; J Lourctte, Iiu.haell, Ills; J
w rar.ons, joo itnninson, Vlnccnuoc; T A
Partridge, G W DaUMirmu, 1 C Holder,
Kvansvlllc; G C .Street. Ky: .1 V Kumlolnh.
lnd; Wallace White, Now Ysrk; G I) llnr-
tow, Dti (juoin.
The Turners' masquerade ball "111 bo held
at the St. Charles hotel, Instead or John
Scheel's hall as stated hereteforc. Tcrtous
holding tickets will govern thtiulves ac
A plgcon-shojtlngclub Is lu course of sue
cetsful organization In this city. Several
persons have already united nllh the club
und paid their admittance lee. The "shoot
lata" of tbo city aro anticipating ua little
spurt from their connection with the club.
Wc copy the following trow u private let
ter lrom Anna, Ills. :
The liouse of Jerry O'Couer, ou West
Main street, took tire ou yesterday from a
defective flue. Very little damsgv done.
Cerebro spinal meningitis is prevalent here,
but uol ln a malignant form.
The lucllnedplmoatColumbui, Kentucky
has slipped Into the river and the transfer
ol can Is suspended lor the present. Tho
accident has caused considerable embarrass
ment. There are several hundred cars at
Uelmoutand no way to got the freight,
across the river. 8t. Louis, merchants who
are compelled to depend almost exclusively
an the Iron Mountain routo have dlicontln
lied shipping by it.
Judgment u tho amount of three hun.
lundred dollars were yesterday rendered
Mgainst the Cairo and Vlncennes Ilallroad
lompany by Judge Urosi, lor the "obstruc
Mom'' of Cotnuteiclal avepue, Theroadyn
Jerday placed a force ol laborers at work to
jluk the tracks to a level with the surface ol
.bo afreet. This will perhaps remove some
Jlf the objection entertained by tome of our
jjltlxeni agalnat th track belogjald on Cum-
Thursday evening, February 1,1 "llc c
latlonsof Geology Itegarding Man."
Friday evening "Origin and Cure ol Evil
saiumay eventug "i-uturc ot mir
Sunday evening That great and Interest-
ing lecture "TIio Sclentlllc Evidence of
Man's Future Existence."
Monday evonlng "The History ol the
Tuesday evening "Tha Cnlveral lie!)
Wednesday evening "What Shall I Do to
Be Saved i"
At inc close oi in?tc lecture.", any qucs
"ons may be asked by anyone desiring to do
so. We say to the public and friends that
our only object Is to promulgate truth.
DK.NTO.N LKCTUniS C'OJLMITTIIK.
lerry so rvesxucKy. :v,-m 4 eseattk
saera m.ih taat cju.j iar, upa t se grosiad
j ivia. a im si.-ee: ad tac Uaio
nvc- ana r.oria cr -i -atetth i!r, In
the flr t addilioa to tt city ot Cairo, J.
cenie and pjroiiiuo.-i i hirrby given to
said Illinois Central Esilroa i company, in
addition to the rights they now poii'-is un
der existing agreements with the trustees
of Ciro City Property, ,to lav down and
operate along und upu'n said Leveo street
between Eighteenth and Tvsonty.iixth
strcots, turb turn-outs, twitches and side
tracks as tJiey may deem expedient, and
may bo ncccuary to mako is proper' and
complete connection between the tracks
tboy are now authorized to maintain and
operate on said Levee street and tho traces
they proposo to lay down and operate cast
of said Lcveo street to the Ohio mo.
Alderman Cunningham moved to grant
the petition and udopt tho resolution.
Alderman Swayno moved to amend
by referring the matter to the ordinauce
committee, with permission to report
forthwith, to draft an ordinanco giving
said railroad company the privilege asltod
for. Amendment carried.
Tho ordlnarjco csmmltteo (a majority
thereof being present) tlieroforo reported
tlio following ordinanco which was read
and'on motion of Aldorman Taylor laid
over for a locond roading, viz :
An oullnance to nuthrirlc tnc Illinois CVn-
tralHallroad company to lav down tracks
ou Levee street.
He it ordained by tho city council ol the
city ot Cairo :
mrctiom i. mat Jti consideration of the
establishment and maintenance by the Illi
nois Central Railroad company ot a freight
depot for the use ot tho Mississippi Central
ltallroad company, andofa car furry to Ken
tucky to form n connection there Willi tint
compiny, upon tho ground I) Ing between
Lewis street and the uhlo rlvur, and north
or Eighteenth street In tho First addition
to the City of Cairo, lleeno and pcnnb-loii
is hereby given to said Illinois Central Kail-
roan company, in aUUillon to tlio rights they
now possess under exlstiug agreements
with the trustees ot Cairn City Property,
to lay down and operate along nud upon said
Levee street, between Eighteenth and
Twentv-i.lxllitreni.stinli turiintii (.u-ltMina
and kl Jetraeks as thev inav dei-iii exnecllent
und maybe necessary to nuke u proper und
;iiuimi.-iii vuuiieviioii oeiwuen inu iracKsiiicy
am iiuvr ;miuorixei to inniuuiiu ana operuii-
uii jaiu i.cvcc niroci, nun mo iracss nicy
proposo to lay uown anil operate cast ot said
iievco sircei to me unio river.
(Mayor Lnnsden ppnrod and took the
Petitions cf the U. and V. P.iilroad
company, by G. 11. Itaum, aitornov, and
property lioldera in tho vicinity, woro
taken up, asking tho council to pats nn
oruinanco granting ttio right of way to
said railroad company, upon Loveo itreot
from tho upper otid thereof to und across
Eighteenth street, with tho right to lay
down and opirato onn or nioro track
with convonient turn-outs thoroon.
On motion of Alderman Koarden Alio
petitions wero granted.
The following ordinanco was repartcd
by tho ordinanco committee :
.-in oruuiHiicu uninoriitug Jics-r, '"tratlguli
it Hiukle tu sell toliaeeb at holcsato at
auction wiinntii llci-nso.
a 11 -ri. i ; . rmstrrissr asM
i ass .iCft oi erisoi ....
W Jisssr.-. l .is.r ;udjs; of election,
11 ia Manns. 1 Cay cierK f ekrtia.
l J Foley, 1 day K rk f cteetlen. .
l Jv clerk f election . . .
U F K-ne!ibi.-?, 1 ilv. n-ritrri.-!r
an.l 1 day cuts of clo-tion . . .
Jas UarUud. 1 days regi.-ttrliig and
1 day ..lerk of clecUoii ...
t..t Ilvnifi. 1 ital-rt.L- of An..In..
V. t Mubncr. 1 day clerk of election 'l.U
F Uro", I' M, Jmiuary sakirv 2.1 j
Ja l!o-,S tor. oa! for pc-t-'tiou.-c. f.2 oo
i.uui- oor,;eii-on, groceries lor pe-t-
Mck Williams, uie.it for pe-t-hoiisc.
Wm Kendall, milk luinished pot
house Geo tchlamer, rent of p st-houic.
vegetables for same, aiid hauling
W W Wootou. suiiVrVntcudingiicst.
house In January ....... !i
ATTENTION, SUBJECTS! PREl'AHE
FOlt TH K EVENT OF THE
MONDAY NIGHT, I'EIIHUAUY 17.
The managers of the Cairo Cassino Hal
Masque, extended an Invitation
to Momui, King of Carnival, und
have received the gladful tidings
that his royal highness and suite will posi
tively putlnthelrappearance, Anticipating
that on that occasion a majority ol our com
munity will be anxious to feast their optics
with a peep at his royal , hlglmen, and lu or
dcrto avoid confusion, and that peace, or
der and good will may iclgu supreme, we
therefore; make this pro uunclamento that
the great dlnlng-halt of tho St. Charles hot 1
his been engaged for the occasion of our
carnival. Parties holding tickets and per
nut being desirous of participating will
therefore take notice and govern themselves
Ily order of the ma: jtn. 2-11-St:
llu it ordained by the city cotiiii-ll of (he
city ol Caito :
suction 1. ltiat permission and author
Ity Is Jic-reliy given to .Messrs, Miaugliu A;
iiiiiKiu io hen louaceo ai auction in- tlio
package wiinotii laung out tlie lleciisu now
reipuruu ny oruiiiuncc unu mat nil ponallic
unit forfultuirs tor Mich sales by Messrs,
Mruiiglm A; Hiuklo without having it 11.
censo therefor aro hereby remitted,
Said ordinanco was read rind laid over
for u second reading.
T. r ii i.ti ..
a uiiiion oi naiiiuny jiros. was pre
sented, for the right to lay down and op
cruto such lines ol rails, tracks or switches
on Larco street at Thirty-slxth street as
they may find necessary to, mako deslruble
connection from a coal dump about to Lo
citabliihed by them at tho abovo named
point, to tho adjacent railroad tracks on
On motion of Alderman Saf
ford said petition was referred
to tho ordinanco cojnmillco with
instructions to draft iin or
nanco granting tho pennljjlon
Tho following bills having been
referred to tho proper committee?, vvoro
reported back recommending payment,
Juo H Oberly. publishing council
proceedings In January, a-.sus-inent
notice, blankbook. etc t2 W
M 11 Haricll, publishing election
notice 1 times. r, rj
Jno A Poore, estimating cost of side
walks; l thiyn lu December.,,. . . SO 00
iiujijiii) itui uiun, csiuiiaiiiig cost or
sidewalks. 4 days lit December..,.
COrth, assisting at tho tilling of
Sixth street clstcin
J G Stelnhouse, asslstirg nt tho till
Ingol Sixth street cl.tern
Jno tlladney, hauling 1(1 loads side
J II Cunningham, hauling drunken
V Itlscr.ii sjutttw for clty'j'a'li
1 Wiser, IS blanUcti for city J
Jno O Woodwortti. attendance lit
Henry Dlckcrsuu, attendanco at
Wuslilnifion Fiilier, utteudanco a't
Plilliin Fav. altendaiVn ni' r,VtV.
house It 10
Dr O (.. Parker, services as p'hvsl'.
clan for pest-bou-o from Jaiiii'arv
Mo.'il ' ,-,- w
Peter NcIT, lor rubber coat and Icir-
Aldermau hwayno moved tnatsaid bills
bo allowed ai recommended, Carried by
tho following vote.
Ayes Cunningham, Mctcalf, Phillis,
Reardtn, Eobinson, Satrord, Stratton,
S waync, Taylor, IValdcr and "Woodward
11. Is' ay 0.
Alderman Ilalliday appeared and took
Bill of Cairo City Gas company amount
ing to $301 60 (lean $18 credit for lamps
not lighlod) for gas consumed la stroet
lamps in December, was reported back by
tho committee on claims recommending
payment orS30l SO, less $12 11 ns per ro
port of polico consUblo .Mt-hnor.
Aldo rmitn Hjetcalf movod to allow as
recommended ly tho committee Car
ried as follows: Ayes Cunningham,
Ilalliday-, Melctlf, Phlllls, Hoardeti, Hob-
inson, Sallord, Strntton, Swayno, TMylor,
W alder and Woodwurd 12. Xuy 0.
U. AXIl V. U. It. I.STEItEST CLAIM.
Tho commiUco on claims to whom was
referred the matter of tho claim of the
Ctiiro and Vincenncs Ktilroml company
tor 10 days ir.torest in Decomber tu Jan
uary 1, 1373, amounting to $337 HI, re
ported that Uey hud examined tho ordi
nnnco authorizing tlio isuo of bonds to
sai l railroad company, nod from tho lun
guago of said ordinanco thoy wero utinblo
to decide whether tho railroud company
was entitled to rcceivo intorcst on their
bonds prior to January 1, 1873, or not.
Alderman Taylor moved to rcceivo tbo
report uud allow said umount. Lost by
tho following voto: Ayes Cunningham,
Ilalliday, .Motculf, Phillls, ltoblnson, Hut
ford and Taj lor 7. Nays -Harden,
Slratton, Swujne, IValder mid "Wood
An ordinauce untitled "nn ordinanco
providing for tlio construction of n side
walk on Sixth Uroet, mid tho reconstruc
tion or renewal of other sidowulks there
in montioncd," as read a. second time.
Aldorinuu Taylor moved to strike out thu
wordi 'and on aotitli eido of eamo street
from Walnut strtot to llolbrook nvcnuo" in
soctlun 2 if mid ordinanco. Carried.
(Aldorurm .Standi appeared nnd tool;
his feat. I
Tho street committee reported that In
the nrratigouicnt with the contractors for
u suspunslori of tho work upon tho sidu
walks until a now ordinanco could b
adoptod,as roportod at thu Inst meeting of
mo council, It was agreed with tho cor.
tractors by tho committee, that tho same
work should be lot to tho tamo contractor
at tho lamo prlco 113 previously agreed
upon with tho city council, this agreement
upon the part of tho stroet committco be
ing tho condition upon which tho contrac
tors agreed to delay said work. To con
suminato this nrrungmont the comtnittco
recommondod that sections !, C and C bo
stricken out of tho ordlnnco now beforo
tho council providing for tho construction
and reconstruction of certain sidewalks
Ihoroin named, und the following icction
lo lidded to it, viz:
"That tho committee on streets bo, nnd
they horohy aro authorized to contract fur
tho construction Hnd rcitonslruciion of tho
sidewalks named heroin with tho parties
to whom sulci work lias been horutofuro
nwarded by tho city council, and nt tho
sumo price, and such work included
herein as has not boon heretofore uwurded
to uny person, that tho committco ou
strcots lo authorized to havo dono by
tlio city workman or otherwise ns they
may dim expedient, tho cost thereof to
bo nticistd upon tho proporty ben-flttd
ni in other casts.
Alderman Taylor moved that icctloni
4, S and 0 of laid ordinance bo itricken
out and lh new iqctlon added as recom
mended by tho street committee. Carried.
On motion of Alderman Saflord tho
ordinanco ni amooded was then adopted
by tho following voto : Ayes Cun.
nlnghatn, Ilalliday, Mctcalf, rhlllln
Reardon, Robinson, tJufford, Standi,
titration, Swaync, Taylor, 'Wnlder and
oodward 13. Ny 0.
Alderman Taylor moved that tho rules
bo suspended for tho purpojo of putting
upon its second reading an ordinance en
titled "an ordinance authorizing Mcssrr.
Straughn V ltinkW to fell tobacco tit
vsholea!o nt nuc.l n without license."
oild iriliilar.co wa tln read a seond
time and on motion of Alderman Cun
ningham, adopted br the following vote
Ayes Cunningham. Ilalliday, Mctcalf
Phillls, Kesrdon, Robinson, Satford, S.uti- 1
fit, S ration, tjwuvne, Taylor, IValdcr
and Westward 13. Ny-0.
Oa moti.-n of Alderman Taj lor tho rules
were susrrnde.i f.ir th purposo of putt.rg
ip sv-sfait reading an srliaan a cn-1
1 1 iil "An o.-diaaao to aulhotlztfibo 11-1
J Hsicis ; Central Ealirvud company to 'ay
(j : ci'wa tra !. cn I.eve strsxt.
j .t -vsllesac was then rf.id a second
08 1 time aaJ. on mrticn svf A Met man Tsj' r, "
7 V xlfflti Yr tie fP. "rir v. ts
Ays-Ocaighaai, Ualliiay, Metcalt,
PaillK RearJtts, 1UNjkv rd, Star
est, t"ir:to, Swve Tinlar, Wnlder arxl
1Vos.xlwa.-J 13. Nv a.
Alderman Woolw.irsl was excuse! frci
AUertnan Hurd eppeartd and took his
A petition of Charles Linraster and
other property holders In the vicinity of ,
blocks id und ii in the 1st. additUn t tie
city of Cairo, was presented, praying ll e j
wuu1.11 id repair anil jower the tluuHallcs
in thoso blocks.
On motion of Alderman "Wal lr tho
petition was referred to tho ordinanc
committco to draft nn ordinance oidcrlns
Liquor bonds of John Curran wore trt.
scnted and, on motlun of Aldermnn Saf-
ford, referred back for further security.
On motion of Alderman Robinson tbo
council then aojournrd.
M. J. How ley, City Clerk.
1VHOLK3ALK AND RETAIL
Jsro. 74 Ohio lijV-e-
Retail and Prescrintion
In chronic gleet or similar discharge Irom
the urctha l'arker's Compound Fluid Ex
tract lluchu Is uneuualed by anj similar
proparatlon In the market. Strong Injec
tions, which arc generally used In such cases,
nearly always produce structure, and after
this has once taken place the patient Is con
stan'ly liable to 'pasdemlc returns. Instead,
then, of subjecting yourself to uch a dls
tres,ing malady, be radically cured by the
uso of this valuable compouud, ano havo no
fears of subsequent visitations. Sold by nil
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
So. "A Omo Levbe.'
Offers the following valuable rcalcs'nle for
sale, which Is selected from a very large list
of valuable real estate for sale and lea-e,
n presenting very' favorable terms for In
vestments: A large two story house. In good repair,
together with i! lots, nn Cross street, near
school house, a No. 1 bargain.
That line l.-iri.e Iiaiiih, mi. I in. r. i.iAni. r.i
CltV. Oil U nslllllL'Kni .iieiinil...lu'. V...iil.
'I '..I... . Ulll III
and Filth streets.
Lot No. 8, block No. 0, Ohio L"vrc.
Two splendid high lot cm Walnut Hreet.
next to comer of Elirth street. Verv i-he-m
'l"wn luts nn 't'eiilh ireet lif.?ri-oi.n u..i...i
and Cedar streets. Very dedruble and vn 111
tic sold cheap.
Three lots on Cedar street, well situated
nt a bargain.
J'hOU tun fine tmhtneci. Int.. 1!. n,..l in
block 14, city, on Commercial avenue, near
nn...... n L't..l.lt. .... ... ...
v. .in., hi 1.1-iuii sireei, on w leu now
stands also livery stablo of Miles I'arker.
Possession given Hr-t of April.
t'ritlr Int fin rrtv...ntt..flrut
. -... -til ri -111-1 iif.ll U1J1-
mereliiluvi-nuo and freight depot or tho C.
anil V rn tr.u.l
Two lots on Commercial avenue, near cor
ner of i'llirtv-tlilril ktriii-t. win i. .,,1.1
I wo good business lots, 7 and 8, block If
city, on Washington nwmio anil corner ol
I llteeuili street. Directly opposite custom
Lots 9, 10; U and 12 same blockand In rear
of last mentioned lot, on Filtccuth street.
Lots J and 10, block .'So, city, on Thirteenth
street, near Commercial 11 venue. Prlco 8300
A tine farm or l.V) acres, with good tin
provcinents at Oooo Island, adjoining tho
arm ot o. Greenlee, E... Thu soli and Rt
tllltv arc unsurpassed, being rich bottom
laud entirely above overflow.
Several well luipioved fruit farms In Pu
10,000 acres tinlnipiovod lands in Alexan
der and Pula-Kl cuuutlus, in bodies to suit
ayjiifj acres iinlmprovoil, well timbered
land In Ai kunsai, near Osceola, No. 1 cotton
land-. 1 Itlci to all the foregoing perfect.
f 0 nTiSl s 1: .
Tho 1'eiry Ilotisc. This large und conimo
diou and we ll situated liouso will ho leased
lor a number nf vi.ai .i mi ira ...i ,1., ...... ,,u
terms. ' "
l lioso finely situated residence lots 21, 22
and 23, block W, city, corner or Ninth and
1 aliiut streets.
FOlt SALE OU t.EASl.'.-Lots in any
part of the city. 1-2.V11H
CAXR.O CITY COAL
prtpsrtd to supnlv nuitim ei with th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS Ion at Ilalliday llros. ofllco, 7
01110 i.r.VEK. or at tho Coal Yard below tho
ht. Charles Hotel, will rcceivo prompt atten
tion. Tlie Tun "Montauk" will bring coal
auirslilo to Htnamnra at any hour.
FOR SALE, 1 fat Hftlji f YOU 8ALK
If OR SALE.) KrSilSl FOR HALE
Faro from LiYERrooi,
Furo from Lonpckdekbt
Faro from Qlahciow,
Faro from Queekbtown
TO CAIRO, ;::::: 48 20.
ftnTwiJ, Merilj A Cntl Agtnts.
Of chamcu, . , raM)It M
'or weak lungs. '
At BARCLAY DliOH.
'0 SOIIE THI10AT,
Prepared and sold
Hr RARCLAY JIH03
Ami Disinfectants for Stables
At BARCLAY BROS.
II ONE V 1IEE."
And "L'nlvcnal fctandsr.l."
At RARCLAY BRO".
1TE"W lilKTEBPUiaB 1
J. K. LUFKIN,
IVIsoIcsialr nnd Ketsll Grocer,
Has on hand nt nil times Vegetables, Fruits
Butter and Ecg, l-ard,
Hosey, TtofiCAL Fkuits, Etc., Eic
J3TAII goods IVarranted Fresh, and
nt small Profit,
N. 15. Parcels delivered to any part of the
city to Customers.
west erne comsiekcial ave., iiktwee.v
17th AS l) I81I1 htkeets.
THB 3STE-W SYSTEM.
P. Gr. Schuh.
RETAILED AT Wlf Of-EflALF
vhicks ror. CAMII.
AT H. O. THIELECKK'S STORE
WASItlNOTOH AVKMUK. IIRTWEEM TESTU
ANI ELEVENTH SltlEKTlt.
5C 'bi. dut Cuba Sugar for - - -9J
" "ii 11 . . .
0J lbs. A cofleo Suttar, K. Y. Std.
t " Prlmo Rio Cotro for - -3
3 " Old Oovcrnmont Java -
Toait and othor staplo and fancy Uroce'
rics oaually as cbean.
Ooods now and full weight given. Call
JIKNJ.Y JIASliNJ AGHR,
And Dealer lu
VEOKTABLES, FRUITS, ESOS,
LARD, r'RESll BUTTER, LIVE
AND DIIUSSED P ULTRY,
FHESII SALTED AM)
SMOKED FI-jH, ETC.
All Goods Waiiiianteii Fntsu
And sold nt tho lowost pricos for cash,
SyrEighth strcot, between Commercial
WM. GIJJN.V & SON'S
UllAD qi'MiTlUW I-'OJi GIlOCliMES
CUE AT VAItlETY,
COFFEE. Rio, Laguuyra, Java, .Mocha.
SUGAR, N. O., Hard ii Soft Refined,
SVRUPS. ow Orleans nnd Eastern.
WE MAKE BPKCIALITIES OK
70 .( 71 VUtSt.
0ALRO AND PADU0A1I
Tbe splonJnl steamer
Dick Fowler, Captain
SUSS M. T. CARSON
Wishes to call attention to her stock of Toys,
Notions alid Fancy Goods nud Staple Arti
cles consls'lng of Dolls lu great variety,
Ladles' work-noxps 01 nnii quality, writing
lick-. Childi-cn'ii Dishes. Tov Wiuroiis. Doll
ltuggles, Holiby Hores, Fine Hllver-plated
Wuio on Nickel Silver. Flno Table-knives,
Knapkln Rliigx, China Vases, an t a good se
lection of Cheap Jewelry. Also One
Call Hells, Pictures and Picture Frames, aud
tnnnv nlipr nrtlelea too nuinftmua tn man.
Lcsvcs Cairo DAILY. (Mundavoxcontodl nt
a p.m For lrelght opassage apply on boat or ton. All aro Invited to call. No. 1M Coin
to Jai. mallokv, Ag't. merctal avenue, bttWMD 5iatU aud Tcntli
ill shvshi a-19-assi,