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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1873
PslMlafttloa Bullet! Bttlldlss
LOCAL tTEATHKR REPORT.
U. 8. Sto. bkr., onscnvcn'H offick.
f Caiho, March 4, lb3, 10:11 p.m.
Barometer 30;C5 and rising. .
Thermometer 25 degrees.
Wind southeast, velocity 7 miles per
Maximum tctnpcratitro last 21 hours, nt
4 p. m 30 degrees.
Minimum terancraturc. last 24 hours, nt
3 ft. ta., 10 degree.
Prevailing wind hut 21 hour, northeast.
ToUl number of milcfi wind travelled, last
31 bourn, 142.
David W. llAiixnir, observer.
YVni. P. Emery, attorney ut law ot Spring
field, Illi.. I In nttctidsnco at the United
States district court.
Major llluford Wilson, United State Rt.
torncy for the Southern .Htrict or Illinois,
li here attending that court.
O. I Bowcn, clerk of the United State
district court, Is attending tin present
session ol the court in this city.
J. I'. Robarts, United State deputy mar
sbai, U In attendance nt the United Statu9
district court now being held In this city.
Tho president's Inaugural nnd the unuiu.l
length of tho council proceeding compel us
to omit lnsldo matter nnd numerous local
Fon Salr. My cntlro stock or groceries
saddle, harness uud (arming implements, at
wholcsalo or retail. D. Annul.
II. Able, No. 2 Seventh street, has just ro
eclved nn entire new stock of wall paper and
window shade, which will bo sold nt lowest
prices. " H.;AnLn.
Tho lecturo or I'rof. David Wall: nt the
Athencumla-t evening was listened to by a
tolerably numerous audience, nil ol whom
vroro detlglitcd nt tho able nunncr In which
tho lecturer handled his subject. Want of
space preclude an extended notice.
Anion Watson of Nashville. Illinois, and A.
V. l'Icrco of Tamaroa, attorneys, arc nt
tondltwtlio United States district court, de
fending tho Dempseya, charged with resist"
lng United Slates Deputy Marshal Robarts of
Dr. Wardncrhnsmavod his ofllco nnd rct-l
denco ln.o thn sccind story of his now
building, No. Ill Commerclul nvenue, where
lie may be found dny or night except when
necus nrily anient on prolcsslon.il business.
States vs. William nnd Robert Dcmp'cy for
resisting United States Deputy Marshal
ltobsrts, in the discharge or his duty, was
taken up. A Jury was called and fivo wit
nesses wcro sworn, but late In tho evening
tliero had been but one or the witnesses ex
nmlncd. This caso will probably last nil
day. Tho Dcmpseys aro represented by
Mr. Watson of Nashville, Illinois, nnd A. V.
I'lcrco ol Tamaroa; the government by MnJ.
D ufor I Wilson ol Shawneetown.
Tho following aro tho grand Jury for tho
present terra or tho United Slates district
court: Wm. Stratton, tonmtn; John M.
Ewen, II, P. Goodyoar, W. F. Htisr.cH,
Chas. Ilurd, Henry Ellis, Robert Smytlie,
I'otcr Non, j. y. Itannan, M. S. Cox, II. A
Hannon, Slmpsoii Taber, Christ. 11 finny,
Henry Winters. Hobcrt .Miller, C.N. Hughes,
James J. Davidson.
Tho following persons arc serving ns petit
Jurors in tho United Status dlMrlct court for
the Southern district of Illinois: John II.
Kelly, F. M. Ward, Win. Klutre, W. C.
Mchner, O. ;W. Jlcnrlcks, Perry Powers,
Fred Tonchman, Robert Balrd, Joseph Able,
Georgo Yocum, Ed. Ruder, Win. Martin,
Win. I. Einsry, Louis Jcrgonscn,'Joseph
McKcuzic, Isaac Waldcr.and Honry Lattncr.
Tho county court assembled yesterday, F.
Bross, Judge; J. E. McCrlto nnd S. Marchll
don associates. This court did nothltig fur
thcryestcrday than examining claims agalnt
the county. Many or which aro rejuctcd
and curtailed, ou nccouut of cxhorbitaut
charges. Two bills amounting to $2jo were
not entertained, tlie Judges llatly refusing to
allow them. Tho bills aro for printing nnd
binding ta' receipts, etc., for this county.
Mr. Fred. Roe, merchant tailor, dcslrc
to inform tho public that ho has received u
lull and roinpleto stock ot caslmcrcs, French
nnd English cloth, coating)', vesting, etc.,
for spring nnd summer wear. Good tts and
nil work guaranteed. Shop, No. 101. Com
mercial Avenue. 2-US-lw
The remains of Mrs. Dcnms Cody, who
died ou Mond'iy last, were taken yesterday
to St. Patr'ck's church, where tho Rev.
Father O'Hvlloran conductud npi ropralte
services. From there the body ol tho de
ceased w.ts convoyed to tho Illinois Central
train, tallowed by a largo number ot rriends
A raffle for n shot gun at the Thalia sa
loon will coino oil next Saturday at8 o'clock,
FOIt It EN r.
Fouriicht, airy nnd commodious business
offices. Enqulro at P. Cuhl's now building,
No. 80 Ohio levco. 2-23tf
COUNCIL ClIAMnER, 1
OAtno, Ills., Murch 3, 1673. J
Present Ills Honor Mayor Lsnsdon,
and Aldermen Cunningham, Ilallldiiy,
iiurd, Robinson, Safford, Stratton, Sway no
Taylor, Walder nnd Wood 11.
On motion of Alderman Swayno tho
reading of tho uilnutcs was disponeod
Tho following official reports were pre
sented and on motion of Alderman Wood,
received nnd ordered flltd, viz: of B.
Shanncesy, P. M., tor January and Febru
ary; of polico constables Martin und Whit
cimp for Ft'bruuryi of Wm. McIInle,
Jiilor, for February; and of polico con
stablo Jlfbnir on tlio condition of tho
street lamps In February.
ORDINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT.
Tho cummlltco on ordinances roportcd
tho following ordinances which wore reau
by the clerk, viz:
An ordinance to authorize tho Cairo and
Incomes-Railroad company to lay d'iwn
Just received and for silo by Stratton &
lllrd. 25 libls. of onions, IV) bbla. ol seed po
tatoes: Early Uosc, Goodrich. Pink-eye,
Early Itussct nnd Buckeye.
Immediately A coat maker and pants
maker. Only tho best workin g need apply,
No 10, Ohio levee. J. Leii.ni.vo.
On Friday evening last, a gold bracelet,
with the initials L. J. It. on the Inildo. The
finder will be rewarded by leaving it nt No.
70, Eighth street. Wood Ritteniioi.'k.
Destrulnt will positively bo mado upon
personal property lor tho taxes duo upon
both real and personal estate altrr March
15. This means business,
dtd Alex. II, lnvi.v, Collector
The next and lat term of C. Hardy's dan
cing class for gentlemen will commenco on
next Monday. March ICth, at 6 o'clock p. m.,
ut Philharmonic ball. All those wUhlng to
attend must bo ou hand ou said evening
Hoarding bosses, ineu nnd teams wanted
on tho Mississippi Central railroad. Apply
on the work, seven miles northeast of Co
lumbus, Ketucky, and at Drcdeti, Tcntict
see. Hiiehan & LoLcrt, Contractors.
I will give fifty dollars reward for any In
formstlon that will lead to the detection and
conviction ol tho peron or persons who
bayoneted ray heller. The bayoneting was
dono likt Saturday evening or night.
3-l-dlw Geo. Yocum
At six o'clock yestcraay aftcnioon, in this
city, Mrs. Dcnuls Cody, sged 30 yearn. Tho
luneral will tako place to-day, at St. Patrick's
church, at 1 o'clock, and tho rcmslns will
leave on the 2:10 train for Geneva, Wlscon
son, for burial. All Mend aro Invited.
UNITED STATES COUIVT.
The rnlted States district court for the
roi.lhirndbtrlet ol Illinois, met yesterday
morning at the United Htati cnurt-rooin In
the cuttom-house, Judjc S. II. Treat ou the
The case of F. J. Lucbko vs. tho steam
boat Legal Tender was continued.
W. L. Ulackard vs. mmo. Same order.
Charles leneinen vs. steanibcat City ol
Qulncy. Case settled and dliuitssed.
J. V. McDonald vs. the steamboat Henry
Ames. Same order.
Y. D. Iluudly, ss. the steamboat Mury Mc
Dtmald. Same order,
Jackson Powell et al vs. tho steamboat
Chas. Oodmsnn. Samo order.
Cbft. Oerber et al vs, the steamboat
Harry Johnson. Samo order.
and operate trucks on portions of Levee
Belt ordained by the city councilor tho
city or Cairo:
Section 1. Tharllccnio und permission I
hereby given nnd granted to tho Culro und
Vlnecnues Itallroud co'npany to lay down.
uihIiiIuIu und operato one or two radroad
tracks upon and along that portion or Levco
street north ol Eighteenth (tbtli) street us
they may deem expedient. prot ided sal I
tracks are so laid, maintained anil operated
that tho paugo ot men uud tcntm uve ',
ulong, an, I acrois them will not thereby be
Interrupted or lnterlered with.
An ordinance to uuthorizu llalllday liros
ur iiemy i.. iiunuiuy 10 my uown ruurouu
tracks upon certain portions ot Levee
lie it ordained by tho city council or the
city or Cairo :
ar.cTio.v l. That license nnd permission
Is hcrcny given und grunted lo Messr.
ilulllday Brothers, or Henry L. Halllday, to
hydown, maintain und onerute unon uud
ulong such portions or Levee street, oppo-lto
to, or at abut, upon ground owned by hun
or them, north of thu nouth line or Thirty--Ixtli
street, such lines ol rail?, turnouts or
switches u will enalile them to make t rail
rotd connection between any railroud trucks
which now exist, or mav hereafter lie laid
iiddii suld Lcveu strcor. nnd nnv traeks or
lines ol rails tliovmay lay down unon irrouml
owned bv them eutt of I uvco street nnd
above the south lino of Thlrty-olxlh htreef.
proviuuu saiu lines oi ran, lurnomw una
nwltches nre so laid and operated on said
bevco rircei inai tne pasaugc ot men una
earns over them will not thereby bo inter
rupted or Inteifotcd with.
Accompanying said ordinance was a
petition or the owners of raoro than ono
hlf tho land adjoining the grounds do
scribod in said ordinance, praying tho
council to grant to Ilulllday Ilrothors, or
Henry L. LUUiday, tho privllego asked
for as above.
An ordinanco iiroviding for the appoint
inent ol certain olllecrtt.
lie It ordalued by tho city council of tne
cltv of Cairo :
section I. Thoro shall bo annotated at
tho beginning of each municipal year, by
lite mayor, with tho upprovulot u majority ot
all tho uldcruieu elected, a city inuruul und
a city superintendent or streets, who shull
uoiii meir ouices ior one year, aim uniti
tlieir sucrcssors aro aunolnted and nuall-
tied, or until other determination or otllccs
under tho ordinance of tho city.
Hkctio.n 2. The cltv maishal shall be the
chief of polico, and sha 1 possess nil the
powers now conlcrrcd n ivon. and perform all
the duties now required of the city tnarehal
and tmci oi pouco uy ino oruiuances oi tue
OteilUA ll. A1IU til BUlfUIIIHVIHlCIU Ul
streets snail uavt, cnarge anu superiutience,
unuerinogonerai uirccuon oiiuu commii'eo
on .treets, of all the work and improve
menls uuthortzed by tho cliv unon llio Ide-
wuik8, birceiB, inonuet. uu puouu grouuus
ot tho cltv. He shall continually observe
tho condition of tho sidewalks uud streets,
anu irom time 10 time mauo report tuercot
IJ 111) CUUIIII. ill' BUJII, llllUUk UC1JJ ,
causo ull breads in any sidewalk, uud all
dlnplaced planks or other uusafo or Insccuru
liace 10 ue repaireu aim iciuotcu, uu snail
uve ccneral cliarco of tho nrisoncrs from
die cliv lall when worMiiL' on tlio streets.
and all other workmen cmnlnvcd by the cltv
on ktrceisorsiucwuiKs, nnu siiau uircci tne
city Jailer when nnd where to work them.
wueiucr 111 renainni; iiueivniKn. cleaning
street crolngs, repairing strcetsnrln other
work, and ulso have charge o uud direct nil
otner workmen employed by tho city on
the streets, avenues nr public grounds. He
shall observe ull work icr!orm'd bv au
thority ol tho city by contract, and seo as it
progresses mui 11 is pcriormcu in a worn,
ininllke manner, and cxamtnn critically,
when retiulrcd by the committee 011 streets
ull ucli work, and report to them; nnd ho
shall generally observe that all tho ordinan
ces ol the city uud orders of the city council
in regard to the streets, avenues uud public
Kiuuiiui uro cuiurceu uuu properly coin
Section 1. Tho city clerk, city attorney
anu ciij irea-uier snuii uu eieeicu lor one
yearund until their successors are elected
Section ft. Tlio mayor shall be paid
salary 01 twelve numircu Hollars u year,
The city marsiial shall lie paid n salary at
the rate uf one hundred dollar u month.
The city suiiurlntemleiitut streets sliall be
paid a salary at Uie rate or ninety do.lars a
Section 0. Such portions of nnv ordi
nanco us conflict with any or tho provisions
or this ordinance uro hereby repealed.
(AUermon iiudor and Phlllis appearod
uud took their seats.)
Alderman Safford moved that tho rules
nutborizo Hhllldsy Dro'lion, or Honry L.
Halllday to lay down tracks upon certain
portions of Levee street." Motion carried
Tlio ordinanco entitled "An ordinance
lo autborlza tho Cairo and Vinconnss
Itallroud company to lay down and uporate
trucks on portions of Loveo street, 1 was
road a second timo nnd, on 1110. Ion ut Aid
uriimn Cunnitichnm, udonicd bv tho fol
lowing vote : iVyes Under, ouiiuliighnui,
Uullldiiy, IlurJ, Pnnlis, Uobiiison, 8a f-
ford, a.rulton, awuyne, Taylor, W alder
and Wood-12. Nay 0.
Tho ordinanco ontilhid "An oidituttiou
to uuihurizo Hllduy Urolhers or lluur.v
L. lialiiduy to lay down trucks upon our
tain portions of Luveo Sihmi.u wus read a
second timo. Aldetmuii Cuiiulngbum
moved lo adopt. Carried by tbo follow
ing vote: Ayes Under, Cuniilnghmn,
Halllday, Htird, Phlllis, ltjbiusoii, Suf
ford, btratlon, Kwayne, Taylor, NVuIder
and Wood 12. Kuy 0.
Tho following ordinanco was also re
ported by tho ordinanco committee, nnd
rotd by thu clerk, viz:
An ordinance to divide the cliv into
Be It ordained bv the city council ol the
city ol Cairo :
ECTio.Nl. The city ot Cairo shall bo and
is hereby divided Into live wards, ns fol
lows ii. All that part ol the city which lies
south uud cast or the centre line ol est
Seventh street, uud south nnd cast ot that
line produced lo the middle or the main
vhauuel ol the Mislsslptd river, and south
and east or the Centre line or Seventh streot,
and south and rust ot that line produced to
tho middle or the main chauiiel ol the Ohio
ritcr. shall lie and ! herebv established ns,
nud denominated the "Fir Ward."
tVcosJ. All that part or the city which
Ilea between the first ward, us herviu and
hereby established, and tho cen
tre line ot Eleventh street, and
that hue produced lo tho middle
ol the main channel of the Ohio nnd Missis
sippi rivers, sliall be an Is hereby denomi
nated the "Second Ward."
T.iird. All th it nartol the cltv wh'ch lies
between tho second Ward, as herein uud
hereby established, und the centre line of
Sixteenth streit, uud that line produced lo
tho middle ot the main channels of the Ohio
uu i Mississippi rivers, shall lie uud h herebv
estubllhed as, and denominated tho "third
toutih. All that part ol the city which lies
between the ThlrJ "'--1, us Ucreln und
hereby established, and tli eutre line ol
Twenty-second street, and that Hue produced
to the middle or the main .clnuncls or the
Ohio and Mississippi livers, shall lie and
hereby is established as the "Fourth Want."
Fifth. All that part ol I lie city which lies
bet n cell the Fotlith Wurd, us herein und
hereby established, and thu northerly
boundary or tho city extending from the
Mlsslssliinl to Hie Unlo river, snail be mid
hereby Is established us tho "Filth Wurd."
On motion of Aldorman Taylor tho
rules wore suspended for tho purpose of
pulling said ordinanco upon its second
Said ordinanco was thercup:n read n
second timo and, on motion of Alderman
llubltison, adopted by iho following vote :
Ayes Budor, Cunningham, Uulllday
ilurd, Phlllis, Kobinson, SSutlord, Stratton,
Swnyuo, Taylor, Waldor und Wood
A petition from tho Delta City Firo
company was rcud asking for tin alirni
bell. On motion of Councilman Wood
said petition wus referred 10 tbo ordinance
committee with Instructions to druft nn or
dinance authorizing tho purchase of a boll.
Petition of Uurry Wulkor was read,
praying that $20 already puid for licenso
on twojonny lind tables bo credited to
him 01 licenso for two billiard tables,
upon the license on the jenny lind tables
I olng concolnd.
Alderman Uuder moved that Iho peti
tion bo granted.
Alderman Ilulllday moved to tabic.
Petition of Sally Warrick was presen
ted and read, representing that on the
night ol iho '20th of May, 1B72, sbo una
voidably fell from tbo sidowulk on Wulnut
street and broke her ielt arm. Sho there
fore prays tho council to enquire into tho
case and tnak such recompense as hor
caso would justify.
On motion of Alderman Wood said
petition was referred to tlio committee on
be suspended for tho purpns t of putting
upon u second reading tho ordlnanees en
titled " An ordinance to authorize tho
Cairo and Vlncennes Railroad o tnpiny to
I Uy down nnd nperate tracks on portions
la Hit afternoon the co of the Uuited j of Levee street," and 11 An ordinance to
Tho following bills wero prcsonloi and,
on motion, referred to the proper commit
J as U0ti-ui for Jail... $o 00
jmro wiiy una company, uat
used in street lamps in Feb SOI nn
iuos fiugoruld, xiduy rvork 011
struois In t ub a CO
x' Unman, 2-1 days worn on etreuts
in too ci uo
Wm McUalo, 22 days work on
streels in Feb 44 (10
John Myors, hauling u drunken
man to Jill
W II Hockwoll. stationary for
city clerk c 00
It U Cuniilgbam, rent of council
chambar in t ub 40 00
Win McUalo, dieting prisoners in
Peb . . 1M M
Cairo Lvoniii;: bun, Ipubllshing
elocttiou notice 27 limes 11 GO
John tj liarman, u days services
as commissioner in levying tax
for sidewalk purposes 43 nn
dotin 11 Uussmaii, todays services
as commissioner 111 levying lux
for sidewalk purposes $50, and
umount paid for itumps $1 45. ci 45
11 w Webb, u days services us
commissioner in levying tax
for sidewalk purposes 45 qo
Uliai inrupp, aruwing nup tor
commitsionurs appointed to
levy lax for sidewalk purposes,
6 days at $7 40 qo
ueo w ueuricKs,tur building 2iQ
feet of sidewalk on tiixih strcut
from Walnut street to Jetlur-
con avuiiuu at75cis 214 60
Jas Kennedy, lor recnnslruuiiug
sidewalk on north sldo of
Center street from Washington
venue to Walnut street at
0cts 203 CO
ivjiow. trusteus, utc, 3
qrs rent of lots aj und 84 block
4b, city, to Murch 0 45 00
Cairo City tins company, gus con
sumed ut city jail and council
building I mouths to Mnreh 1 20 30
Cajro City Us company, gas con
sumed at the (l.tlur-nt tire en
gine bouses, 3 months to Mrch
1 21 00
E A Uuriitiit, salary as coiupirul-
isr for Fnbruury CO 00
A Cain, salary as marshal for
February., 75 00
K A Cunningham, salary us
treasurer for February 75 00
M J tlowley salary as clerk for
February 100 00
L II Myors, suUry as diet uf
poiiro 83 83
HT Mirlin, Frei Whltutmp, J
O Laliur, R F Dill niy (Jims
Mubner and Phillip Ileun, po
lice constables, salaries for
rsltuary each ,,, 75 00
Jno M Lansden.mavor. salary for
quarter ending March U 2S0 00
J no U Oberly, publlihing council
proceedings 111 Fi-bruary, etc... $33 80
1) dhuniiossy, P M, mlary for
January mid February CO 00
ai ujwu, ior Hauling 11 loads 01
sidewalk lumber ut 70 cts 8 25
J 110 Hichurdsun, for repairing no-
paratus of Dolta City Firo
com).itiy 18 70
Wm Kendall, mill; iuruished
pust house - 00
Goo Schltimor, runt ot'pe.t house,
hou lag done, etc 83 00
W W Woolen, supuriuleii iiug
pest hnuso In Fobrtiary 81 00
Henry D,ekcront services nl pest
huuio in Februnry, $U less
goods received $12 i 38 00
Phillip Fnv, services -U Jiest
bouse in February CO 00
Dr U U Parker, 111uJie.1l ntiuiid-
ance ut pest home In Koliruary CO 00
Peter Dowd, hnullng 2 loads to
pest homo in December 2 00
Tho following resolution offered by Al
dorman Taylor was, on motion of Alder
man Ilurd, ndoptod, vis:
llesolved, That the sireot committee Ih
and they aro linreby instructed to have re
moved the sldewnlks where lliey liuve
been extended Into Cunimercml nvenuo at
tbo cross streets belwoen the sidewalk on
each tide of said uv-nuo mil the railroad
trucks nnd to have substituted tt.erelore
the Uiual street cro'sings.
AUortum Taylor offered tho following
resolution which on motion of Alderman
Uurd, was adopted, viz:
liesolved, Thnt tho city treasurer be
and ho is hereby instructed to retain In 11
special fund to be called thu Cnlro and
Vlncennes railroad interns! fund, tho
moneys to be received by 111 m for tho pay
ment nf Iho inlxn-sl on the bonds issued
to tho Cairo und Vinconnes lUilroad com
pany, and that hu also rotaln in n similar
fund lo be culled the Cairo und St. Louis
railroad interest Hind tho moneys lo be
received by him for tho payment of tbo
interest on tho bonds Issue.! or In bo it-
sued to tbo Cairo und ft. Louis Itsllrond
company, and that bo tiny out said raon-
oys only upon tlio presentation to hi in of
1110 proper interest coupons or the bonus
ssiihu to iiioso companies respectively.
Tho following resolution offered by
Alderman Taylor, wns, on motion of Al-
dermaii Wood, adopted, viz:
Wukbeah. It is provided bv section 14
of urllclo ! of tbo act of thu gotiorul as
sembly or the stutu to provido for tbo
incorporation of cities nnd villages, ap
provtd April 10. 1872. that tho corporate
authorities of any city, which rnuy be
come organized under that net shall.
within ihreu mnnihs sifter oruuniz itin
thereunder, cause to be filed in tho oflice
f tho recorder of deeds In tho cotintv in
winch such city Is shunted, a certified
copy of Iho entry mare upon tho records
of mid city of inn canvass of tho votes,
snowing tlm resultof tho election whereby
Mich city becamu S' orgunir.t'd j mid alio
to canso'ii like rerti lento t'i be die I in tlm
oflieu of the secretary of stale; lluiruforH
Kos-olved, That tho city clutk bo and
ho heri-liy is instructed 10 have prepared
sind tiled in tlm oilic ol the recorder ol
deeds in tho county und in tbo ofilco
of tho secretary uf state propor cortitl-
cutes of tho entry mado upon tho
records of the city, of tho canvass nf tho
voles, showing tho result of tho election
whoruhy tho cltv became orcanlzod under
suld general law.
sidewalk ashhssmcxt commissioners
Tho mayor nominated Timothy Gorman,
John A. Pooro and Wm. Mcllnlo com
missioners to mukn nn estimate of tho cost
of construction and reconstruction ol side
walks mentioned in ordinanco No 45 ro
Alderman Suffird moved that said nom
inations bo continued. Carried by tho fol
lowing voto : Ayes Budor, Cunning
bum, Hallsday, Ilurd, Pnillis, IViblnscn,
Safford, Stratton, Swiync, Taylor, Wulder
und Wood 12. Nay-0.
Stalo and city bonds of John Donnoliy
for liquor licenso woro presented :
On motion of Alderman Cunningham,
tbo stato bond wss approved. On motion
f Alderman Uurd tbo city bond wus ro '
forred back for further security.
CITY CLEUK'8 KEPOUT.
Tho city clerk reportod that In accord
ance with thu provisions of ordinanco No.
38, approved December Ulb, 1872, hu had
nn February 28th, 1872, issued to tho
Arab Firo company, nn order on tho city
troasuror for tlio sum of ono thousand dol
lars, said company having ou that day
complied with thu provisions of said or
dinco in filing with thu city cleric proper
noto uud mortgige.
On motion of Aldcrmnn Safford tho ro-
port wss rocolvcd and the action of tho
Aldorman Safford moved that tho city
clork be initruclid to draw nn order on
tho city treasurer for tbo sum ot $11 CO for
tbo purposo of paying E. L. and W. L.
Gross S10 for llfty copies of tho lato incor
poration act, nud express charges on
On motion of Aldorman Safford, ad
M. J. Howlev, City Clerk.
gallon t,o St. Louis is suspended once
moro. Sovoral boats attempted to go up
yoslorday. but htvl to return.
Special dispatches to tho IIullktin report
tho condition of tho Ohio and Mississippi
rivers at various points.
UUalNKSS AND WBATUEtt.
Uuslnoss on the landings was very
hrlsk yestorday, and a largo amount ol
freight wns shipped,
Tbo woalhor was clout and vory cold
Capt Holla Porter f tho Joe Kinney
left her lioro, acd took command of tl o
'.earner St. Luko in pluco ol Capt. Crap
stor, who returnod to St. Louis by rail
Tho Olonroo started to St. Louis yes
torday, but bd to roturn on account ol
iho heuvy Ice. dipt. Clohaun was unde-
emeu what ho would do. It may bo tbb.
sbo will load for New Orloans.
Tho Paulino Carroll waa aground sov
oral hoars at Vnnclls on hor way down.
Sho filled out horo with nil sbo cculd
"uto"nnd was to icavolast night.
Captain Loyd is inaklnc n trln In the
oillcoof tbo Colorado for Henry Deitrich,
wno was detained by sickness.
Tbo Colorado was aground somotimoal
Hamburg. Sho went down with a good
trip and added nothing horo.
Tho Grand Lnko pas1e.1l down with a
largo tow of Pittsburg coal, it bolng tbo
second tow sho has taken down this season.
Halllday Ilroihors' nowly purchased
wbarfboat was taken up to Mound City
yesterday and will bo taken out on the
ways for snmo repairs and will bo rcadv in
about ten days. It will bo placed abovo
Twentieth street near tho Cairo and Vln
cenncs railroad tratfc.
Tho Thompson Dean had slim trip of
freight for tbo Oaio river, but bad a largo
number of pnsseiigers.
Ono of tho Hawkoyo's barges is reported
aground at Devil's Island, and ono of tho
ArKansas barges nground at Ilnmburg.
Georgo Ashcruft, agent for Shotwell's
coal mines, was in Ilia city yesterday on
business connected with the mines.
City XatlousU Ilisuk Ilulldlao;.
MHich:i mention paid tooMnrs from mean
lsla nlaht nt dm
NKW ADVKK TISEMENTS.
ADMIN ISTIt A TO U'S NOTICE.
Estate of Ocorgo Cnrley, deceased Final
To nil the unknovwi heirs or Oeorge Curley,
ili'ccused, und nil others Interested:
You, unit each or you. arc hereby uotlnVd
that I will nt'end at Iho June term, A. 1).
i87;l, or tho county court of Alexander
county, t j be holdeii 011 iho third Moiiday ol
Juno next, nt the city or Cairo, in said
county, rorthe purpose or muking final set
lleiniut or tlm estate nl George Curley. dc-cea-ed
.SIMEON II. JcisEa. Adm'r.
March 3, 1873. .'i-jwlt
CHA NCE ItY NOTICE.
Samuel D. Porter an Philip C. Taylor,
di'leiiilant. are untitled that ou the 2Stli May
or February, 187.1. Juinct MeXablicy. .laiut-s
Hood and Itobert Hood, complainants, tiled
their bill Id chancery in the Ale.vuuder
conn y circuit court, sta.o or Illinois, to
Unlet title, ami that suit is- now pendl jr In
said court. Thai (hereupon u eiuniU'ins wait
Issued out of lh ' clerli's . llieo ol said court
against you. returnable 011 the llrt Monday
01 Apill. 1873, to u term or said court theii
t'j hu holdeii ut the court-house in the city
ol Culro, In said county uud stale.
ItEiniKN H. Vocum, Olcrk
Underwood & N'oullln!'. tuill.'ltora lor rnm.
uaieu, .March 1, 187J. 3-5-w4t
TAX SALE NOTICE.
To John Durham, and all others Inter
You und each of vnn nrn liprnSn- nn.
tlllod that at a mle ot real estatn held at the
uoor 01 inn court- muse in Ab-xninlnr
county, IIII110K an tlm -iOtli it y or June, A.
11., IB, I, lorino luxes or the vunr lx7n, ror
state, county and illstrict acfiool purpo-us.
1. me umiurilgncd, became the purch tserot
the southwest quarter or the southeast quar
te, or section thirteen (13), in townMilp ill
teen (tr). south rangu, three West oi the
third principal meridian in suld county uud
siaiu, uixeu in me nauio 01 you, inu Mild
do till Durham, ami that thn iIii'ih of rnili'iiiii.
lion of said real estatn will expire on the
2Hth day or Juno, A. D., 1B73.
.u'n o .1, iaiJ.
Stoaroor Josopli II. lilglcy, New Orloans
Frank r. urncoy, uibvillo
i St. Luke, St. Louis
1 Clinton, Memphis
11 Thompsun Dswn, New Orleans
St. Jo-eph, Ht. Louis
0 Idlowlld, Memphis
" Pauline Carroll, St. Louis
" Colorado, "
" Gletico", New Orleans
II. 8. Turner, Cincinnati
J Grand Luko No, 2, Loulsvillo
' Glnscnw, Hickman
Kittio Ilegler, Cincinnati
Little Alps, Memphis
Charley Drown, Mempliis
Pu'nter No. 2, Casey vlllo
o Illinois, Columbus
" Jim Flsk, Jr , Paducah
Stoamor Jas II Ulgh-y. Pittsburg
Frank r umcey, MhsIiviwo
St Luko, Oiinchita ilvor
Clinton, St Louis
Thompson Dun, Cincinnati
Si Joseph, Memphis
11 B Turner. Now Orleans
Grand Ltko No 2, Now Orleans
Kittle Ui'glor, Memphis
11 Illinois, coiumous
Jim Fisk, Jr., Pducah
CONDITION or THE ItlVERS.
During tbn pust 21 hours the decline in
th.i Ohio was 18 inches. Tbo fall in thn
Mississippi continues, und the channel I
getting low and giving boats considerable
trouble. Tbo lw is vory heavy nnd navi
LEWIS PALM Ell.
TAX SALE NOTICE.
To A. II. Irvin and unknown owner- :
You und each ol von nre herebv not Hied that
at 11 sale of leal esl ate at tho iloor oltlio i-nnrl.
house In Alexander county, Illinois, on the
2lith day or June, A. D. 87i. fo'state, cotiiin-
anil tusiriet scliuol purposes 101 tho eur
1H70, JanieH lextcrhcamt tlio purchaser or
tlio undivided one-hair or tho northeast
quarter ol section twonty-nino (20) In town
ship fourteen (14), south ranzc.two westot'tho
third principal meridian, In said county uud
statu taxed in the name of you tbo said A.
II. If vln; and forty ucresoir the west sldo
or the southeast quarter nr section twenty-
nine fjuj, 111 lownnup inunecn, (141, sniiiu
range, two west of the third principal incild
tan. taxed in tho name or you the suld un
known owners. And tint tho timo ot re
demption ot said reul castute will expire on
the 20th day of June. 1873.
.MAIUiUM T. U. .MCtil.h,
Assignee or James Dexter, Purchaser.
March 3, 1873. 3-&w3t
WHOLESALE AND HETAJL
iTO. 7t OHIO L3u"V"3B-
ltctuil and Prescription
Corner Washington Avo
and Eighth street.
Of uliainois and raldlt skin,
ror weak lungs.
At BARCLAY I1KOS.
KOR SOItE THROAT,
Prepared and sold
Bv BARCLAY BROS
Aud Disinfectant fortnble
At BARCLAY BROS.
And "Universal Standard."
r At BARCLAY BROS.
OAIllO AND PADUCAH
Tb tplendid simmsr
Dice Fowl ek, Captain
Loaves Cairo DAILY, (Sundayexccptcd) at
Ip.m For freight opauagu apply uu boat or
to Jas. MaLLokv, Ag't.
J. K. LUFKIN,
TTholeanle nud Itetll flrocrr,
Has on hand at all times Vegetables, Fruits
lluttcr and Eggs, Lard.
Hokey, TaoncAL Fruits, Etc., Etc
GTA11 goods Warranted Fresh, and told
at small Pruttt.
N. It. Parcels delivered to any part or the
city to Customers.
WERT SIDE COMMERCIAL AVE., I1BTWEEX
17lh A.NU 18lb aTItEETD
THE UTB-W .SYSTEK.
GROCERIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
l'utcia fob cash.
AT II. O. THIELEOKE'S STORE
WAHIUJiaTOSf AVENUE, 1IRTWEEK TENTH
AMI) ELEVENTH ttTKEETB.
SCbs.DRT Cuba Sugar for - $5 O
e; " " " " ... 1 on
6 lbs. A coffee Suear, N. Y. Hid. - 1 00
I " Prime Rio CofTee for - - 1 OC
" Choico " " - - 1 ot
3 " Old Government Java - - 1 OC
Toas and other staplo and fancy Groco-
ries equally as cheap.
uoous new and lull woight givon. Call
IIYLAND & SAUElt,
AMU DEALERS I
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenuj
next uoor to tho llylund saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO. ILLS.
XD DIAIIB IH
EiauTn Street, Between WAaniNQTOh
AlolnluB Sl'trnlionao bsiiI llannj'a
hrep the best or Deel, Pork, Motion Veal.
Lmb, SHUsatce, elo od are prepared 10 ttrre
oiiiiena in ine nitias anceiiianit, rnAoaitr,
JAMES liYN ASTON,
Butcher anu Dealer in all Kinds o
coiuikh nlnktknth ami) i'oi'lar 8tb.,
Buys and slaughters only the best ea'llr
hova ntiil aheen. and Is nronared to till ant
demand for fresh meats from one pound tc
ion inoiuanu pounus,
And Dealer lu
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EGOS.
LARD, FRESH BUTTER, LIVE
AND DltKSEI) POULTRY,
FRESH SALTED AM)
SMOKED FIsII, ETC.
All Goods Warranted Fiiksh
And sold at tho iowest prices forcash.
fifElghth street, between Commorcial
and Wushington avenues.
Aud DcsUr In
VEGETABLES, FRUIT8. EGGS, LARD
FRE3U UUTTElt, ETC.
B3T All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
the lowest prices.
Corner nth St. andCommcrclalAvc,
NO. 101 C'OMUKKClAL AVENUE,
French, Scotch and American c.uslmcto
or ull colors, and heaver und b.-oad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And mado up In the
And at tho lowest prlee. A flue fltsnd first
cla work guaranteed, Satlslactlo In all re
I T. G. Schub.
MISS M. J. OARSOH
Wlihes to rail attention to her stock ol Toys,
Notions and Fancy Uoods and Htaple Artl
SSl sSu'Slng ol'Dolla in great variety,
i Sdles' AVnrkVboxes ol flue ouallty, Writing
Desk". Children's Dbl.es, Toy Wagon-. Doff
UUKKics, Hobby Hor-i s, Fine SI ver-plaied
Ware on Nickel Silver. Fine Tablc-kiilves,
Kuapkln Rings, Chluu Vasej., an agood sc
liiilou or Cheap Jewelry. Abo tluo
Call Hellt, Plcturea aud Picture Framos, and
tnauv oilier articles too numerous to im n
Ion. All are Invited to call. No. IMn.ni.
JnercIaJ avenue, between NUtU ud Tentli