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Pablltioa emf, BalUttn BlldlB
CA1U0 AND VINCENNK5 ltAlt.UO.U)
Train now leave Cairo and Mound City a
followi : .
l.f.io Moiimi city.
Cm Ad. O.
, Vo)t, den 1 ' IcKcl Agi.
I1MC HULK OK TUB ILLINOI
Ocpart-KxpreM, dallr . W P
Mall train, dally '.Tift
lve-Kxprc dally ..; ; P
OABtO a.vi' Vr.'Voii miort UNK. I
Arrive V.'oSm '
NoPchnor can. 'from Cairo to Louis. ;
.r. frnm Ta rn to C I Cairo. I
tClceanl Drawing lora cc mfc.r ... (
;so ciiai'S" ".,--.,". . nil
Jtflit trains. iiaKgagc w..tti. . - , ,
Ii7iir BTrint sunilav. n. m.. at 2:10. i
.AlltO AM) V1NCBNNES JIA1I.UOAH
On and after Monday, Vebnian- !1. 1873,
rains on the C. and V. railroad will run a
ft:l.. p. m. Ir.
7:4."i . m.
l:."W p. m.
" Hound City,
" Kldorado ...
rlic Vinccuncs ..
eavo Vinccnnes... 7ai0a. in.
" Ml. Carincl.. M22 "
Carnil 1:.V. "
" Mound City.. M P. in. ' ''
arrive Cairo . . I'M " .:2.. " ar.
Connecting at Vlncennes with the lndl
tuat.olIi.and VlnccnnesOhioanil Ml-Ilpjil,
ind Kvansville and Crawfordsvlllo railroad;
tt Mt. Cannel with the Loulsvlllo and haw
Albany airline; at Cannl with tlio St. I.oulj
d Souttiea.tern ; at Norris City tlio Spring
3eld and Illinois Southeastern ; at l.ldorado
with the Sbawncetowti branch of the St.
Louis and Soutbeaftern: at Cairo with the
Jloblle and Oblo railroad tran-fcr boat, nnd
ittaiuew for Memphis, Itcd Hlver, Vicks
tmrg and 'cw Orlcan.
CIIAS. O. AVooii, (tcn'l Ticket Ag't.
,1no. 1.EK, .111., Sup't.
LOCAL WE.VTHKK KEL'OUT.
U. S. Sio. Seh.. uiw.i.vkk's Oppicr. J '
Caiko, May Ki, lc7:t, 10:11 p.m. ,
Haroracter 2U:&.1. I
Tbcnuomcter 01 degrees. 1
Wind, northcatt velocitv I miles per
.Maximum temperature l.vt 2 hour, at
4 p. m., 07 degrees.
Minimum temperature, l:it 24 hours, at
(1 a. ro., 01 degrees.
.Prevailing wind last 21 hours, northeast.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
24 hours, 110.
Total rainfall In Inches, .:!..
David W. Haksett. Observer.
VTe are uUiori7.cd to announce that
llnl.l .1 lkl',.r k .1 .m.ll.lutn f..H I. ..I,,..
UioTwentv.slxtli Judicial circuit. Election
on Muiida, .tune 2, IsT.'I. Id
To rent a small houe. AilUrec
C. V.. Jt(tll.VM).V.
Mhtl Cairo and t incennes Itallroad.
Keal estate. Those eight line lots south
and cast of Thirty-fourth nnd Poplar streets,
known as the Uoyd lot. Also the tenement
house, corner of Thirty-fourth and Poplar.
Ttnns, halt cash, balance in one year. In
ijulrc ot Oeouoe Kimieu. nt
S&loon-Vccpcrs, and all others, are hereby
notlticd to sell no more liquor ot any kind
to my husband, .lack Con tiers, or they will
be prosecuted to the full extent of the liquor
law. Caiiiaui.sk C'onnkic.
CAino, Mny 14, 137.1. :-V fit.
Notice Is hereby given that on and after
Juael, all dogi and sluts fouiut running at
large, will be killed by me or under my di
rection, unless tlio required tax Is paid on
tho same. 1 will receive dog tux on and
aftcrMay 16 at the city clerk's omVe.
Mttd WM. McIIale, Cily Marshal.
To-morrow, Krlday morning, at 11 o'clock,
to good work horses and a set of double
harness will be soli! at auction at tho liver
stable of Mr. A. J. Carle, near the comer ol
Tenth trcct and Washington acmic. The
horses arc good work horses, and will no
doubt be sold at a bargain. Tho harness Is
alo good. "i.l.VJi
Mrs, Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, has
Just opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery goods. She has one hundred
and firty dlUcrcut styles of hats and bonnet-,
beside large assortment ol ribbons, How
crs and notions ot all sorts, all ol w hich wll
be sold at the lowest prices.
Tp any and all who desire a tine,
genuine French calLkld, Morroeo or patent
leather pair of boots, gutter or shoe of any
or all of the lateit stylet, Willi.nn Ehlvr, on
Twentieth street, is ready to furnl-h them
at the most reasonable rate, ami guarantees
good stock,good tits nnu perfect -atMa- iion.
As warm weather Ik approaching tlie
Jot en ol leu cream will be glad to leatu that
Messrs. Saup .t Clarkson have tilted up ami
refurnished, In elegant style, their Ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda Jouutain has
alo been put In running order, and nytlilii
11 wanting about the establishment to make
Die pleasure and comlort of their ,'patrons
This popular hotel has been iciittcij .md
Improved, and It now one of the most torn
lortable ttoppln- places in tho clt). 'i bc
travelling public and persons deslilnK
pleaiaEt quarurs by the week or inonth.wil
alwayi dnd thetn at ibe Commercial hotel.
Kateiof board have bem ri.4Uei.l f,i.
Iowa: Day board, 4 fsl per week; transit,
11 00 per day; board aim lodaius, from tl
to 7 per week, tr
ItLINOI8 Cknirai, It It f,. 1
AOJ,T'OririCK,CAIKo,May ls'( lV:t
On and alter this date the ticket iiiuCe
will be mpt open for the sale of tkVets ti,,m
tt a.m. U 12 in., and from 1:30 p m. to rip.m,
and from 7 to p.m. The office w 111 alv
bo opened Mmlnutea before the departure
of tie night trains, Jamls Joiinso.v,
I Mocovlcs Is selling oil at cod.
selling off at col at Muscovies'.
Parker A Wake have Jut received a lino
line of wall paper, which lh fo1
salo a low as Hie lowc-l O-lO-lw
All Kinds of linen, lace, edgings h"'1
trimming of every varlctyjit nurgcr .
The place' to buy wall paper 20 per cent .
.. ... nUn Ill till! I'ltV I
cheaper man an; m -
No. 2, Seventh street. Try It. 1L AM."-
The lliirnett steam cooling vccl, tlio
Rational American ami Kploiiro broilers,
llic Hinllcy spiral Kate ami iloor spring, at
Halle)', 1(3 Wahlngtoti avenue. 4-21 lm.
.Iut received l)y Matfia Fill, 01 Ohio
lovee, 10,000 pounds ( S. bacon; 2,000
pound bacon shoulders; ft I ticrec choice
leaf lard; new potatoes; new beet: new
turnips; w onion. ! Mit
llurger 1 now otlcrlng tor sale a splendid
aortment of dress ilk!, .lapanesc Millings
p , 1C wM rciable rnC..
'H.c mosquitoes, kn.it,, tile, bug- ami
bumble bees, arc coming, so prepare your.
I Cll UY covering our minion vuin miu
cloth from Halle 'a ; ou can
bar. and dine without illc.
1'ure elder vinegar, doiiblo strong, war
ranted to preserve pickles, for alo by the
, barrel, and at retail, at II. C Tlildeckc's
I grocery store, UVMiikIom airline, bptivtcn
'J'riil.'and J.'levcnlli streets. W Itf
l'araols and a latijr lot ol etttom made
' boot and -hoes are sold cheap at llurgoi
' t'. M. Ward Is now ptcpared to dcliverthc
bestot sawed and sjillt hickory wood to any
part of the city. Also all klndsof wood and
coalalwa on hand, l.cavc orders nt hl
olllce, corner Seventeenth treet and Com.
nierclal avenue. .VJ5 tf.
.Vlocoi les, Washington avenue, near
'i'entli street. I -clllng off at cost. ,V2 tf.
'ew stock and new styles of wall paper
paint, oil, window gla, etc., et., at II. K.
Meigs" new store, Washington avenuu and
Eleventh street, (-'all nnd see the latct
styles In wall paper before purchasing clse
A new and beautiful a ortuifiit of greiia
illncs.'iiro now lor sale at Hurler'-. Call and
lllrd cage, tbrvcr liakets, wire cloth
riddles, and screens, rakes, hoc, shovel,
spades, spading and hay fork, step and ex.
tcnlou ladders, wood pumps nnd a general
assortment of tinware, stoves and houc fur
nishing goods, nt Hallcy'. I-2I lm.
Wc arc the sole agont for the sale of Mil.
son' pure cider vinegar, made on his Ulhn
at Cobdon, Illinois, put up in convenient
sized packages for family ue, nnd everv
package warranted pure.
i-1.1 tf, Coffey, Pack A- Co.,
No. Ki Ohio I.evec.
II you want good goods nt cost, go toMo
covic; Washington avenue, near Truth
Window screen wire, water-coolers, ?ero
refrigerators, toilet sets, bird cages and a
general stock of tin and IiritanU ware, alo
n Kood supply of the celebrated Charter
Oak coqkIuk stoves at lowest liuri'S No
1IHI, Commercial avenue.
. .. " "- ..s- l".,lrn IlllnnU
I llurger has Jut received and opened a
1 large stock of damasks, napkins, toweling,
I etc., etc., all of which will be sold cheaper
I thnn I tnr ,.t,i ln Iwttwrl.t .i,t...,ii... ..I... I..
Mr. .1. M. Mokovic, tho enterjirilng
dealer In dry good, Washington iciiiic
between Ninth and Tenth streets, offers his
larjro and varied stock of goods at cost
prices. Ills store is full of the choicest ol
dry goods of every vaticty nnd quality, and
the prices at which he I disposing ut tliein
nru astonishingly low. ('all upon him and
satisfy yourself. 0.7 tf.
The ino'l beautiful percale, Jaconets and
other white dress pood ever brought to
this market, can bo bought tor I'xeeedlnly
low prices nt Hurler's.
A new hotel has been opened in thu large
llouo located on tho corner ol Scveutli
street and Washington avenue. It will be
known as tlrown's hotel, and proprietored
by Mr. Drown, whose reputation as a hotel
Keeper is well-know 11 In tbis city. The
house has been thoroughly renovated ami
refurnished, and is In every way lirst-class
The tables arc at all times furnished with
the best the season afford, and thu charges
liberal, being only ?l fti per day. Mr,
liiown solicits and dccre a share of tin
public patronage. r-llt
Huryer ha a completo lino 01 hosiery of
an Kinds, and corset-, roll.11 s -nil, dr.. In
Pine white ; single and double X amber
single and double X Canary, best quality of
mamiia, nine letter, etc., etc. ftt.ood for
aic, printed at fsj to 0 ft) per thousand,
"l,lc IU li.kiin Oi fick.
lunger bus just received, a lull line of
summer dress good ol every description,
vwilcli will be oli cheaper than the cheap
KINK iXl NimV WOltK.
-Mr.. Lottie Coleman lake thl method of
Imormlug the public that tho is now pre
pare 1 to do all kinds of line laundry work, at
cheap rates. Klutlng, crimping, ete.,-done
at a small advance perdozen on plain clothes.
Kainllle. and individuals will Hud It to tlinr
advantage to take their clothes to Mrs. Cole
man. Hesldi'iice on Fourth street, south
side, between Washington nnd C0mmerrl.1l
HHATII SCHOOL CONVENTION.
Tho.c inteicstcd ill the Sunday M'liool
v.,.,...; arr requested to meet at tlie room ot
louiig Men's Christian association, oer
uir oooK-storo or W. II. ltockwell ,v Co.,
this tFridaj) evening at halbpast seven
o'clock p. 111., lor the purpose of nominating
delegates to the. state Sunday School . on
ention. soon to be held in Springfield.
Prcst. Alexander County S. S, Association.
Swiss muslin, tarletons, Kiriichnud Ham
burg embroideries at llurgei V l.rr:it bar
llids will be received at the ollice ol W.
W. Thornton for grading and leveling tlio
drives and walks ol St. Mary's park, accord-
nig to plant uud speclllcailoiis, to be seen at
the oltlce of Charles Thrttpp. All work done
Is to be subject to approval ol tlio committee
lor cltUcnt, and a'commlttee appointed by
the mayor or city council, All work to be
done by the .vard at measured by C. Thrtipp.
ibe committee reserve the right to reject
aUljIJ. W. W.TiioitSTO.v,
u . PlIIL. HuwaHii.
CAIRO DAILY JU'LUmN, FRIDAY, MAY V,
SAW: Of E'M'll'MENT -TOUK"'.
There will be sold iff public auction to the
highest bidder, nt 10 a.m., on Thursday,
May 2!t, lN7:l, at the naval station. Mound
City, niUantltyornaMl efpilpiueiit lnre.
Ill part a follows, vl:
II anchors, ,'l- pound..
7 chain cable.
1 ct onle (coiliilcn.
4 " " (pl.itfoiiiu.
M yards cotton cam a.
And a large nuantlty of miscellaneous urtl-
cle. Mich a: Wire and 'manllla rone, boat
aw tilng, rowlock, double and single block
lumps old Junk, etc., etc.
I'crins Ten per cent. In government
funds on the eoiiclulon ot the sale, and the
remainder wllliln ten days, during which
time the hi tides must lie removed from the
tntlnii. otherwise they will rev el t to tlio
Uy older ol tlio coinmandanl 01 station.
I'llAM ls'1'. (tll.l.KTT,
MS-tr raymaktcr T. S. Navy
The most I'let'ant carf, ribbon and
ladle' necktie In the city are at llurgei s
Thev can't be lieat fur beauty, and an- old
for a mere ong.
i.LH OK SI'.llVlCEAItl.K AND r NsT.a
llrilEAU OF OltliSANCF.. I
Nav y Department, April 20, ?..
There w 111 bo sold at public miction to the
highest bidder, at 12 111., on Tuurjd.iy, May
--nil, IMT.I, nt the miviil stntlon, .Mound City
Illlnot, a (jnantlty of cauiioii projectiles nnd
ml-cellaucoii iirtlclcs of ordnance. In part
n follows, vl:
IV, 111 pdrl'nrrott rlllc.
::i 20pdr I'arrott rllle.
1 ,".0 pdr Dahlgren rlllle.
' Sft) ndr Dahlgren tlllle.
2S 32 pdr camion.
40 elt'lit Inch cannnii.
1 lx Inch mortar.
A large iuautlt, about ltt'ton, ol ten
inch, eight Inch, .12 pdr, .".0 pdr. 20 pdr, 10
pdr, and thirteen inch mortar projectile
and ml-cellaneous ordnance Mori"., Inelud
lug a lot of -crap brou.e.
I'crni: Ten per cent. In covernmeiii
luud on the conclusion of tin- half, and the
remainder within ten days, during which
time the article mutbc removed Iroin the
Matlon, othanvNo they will revert to the
It Is to bo distinctly uudcr-lood that no
guarantee will be given to purchaser of
articles ollered for sale and noted in the
catalogue as regards, their exact condition
or quality, but It I believed, however, that
everything offered for sale is a reprcvnieil.
Wim.iam N. Jfffkus Chief of Human.
The above Is published by order of the
commandant ol station, to whom person de
siring to become purchaser nnd wishing to
Inspect the articles ollered lor sale should
apply. l'UANCtsT. Oii.i.ktt,
.VO-il.VwIil Paymaster V. S. Navy.
There wa no bu.ness of iiupoitaiice in
the poller colli ts yesterday.
Judge, llird's court was not very much
crowded with bulnc yesterday.
ltcmembcr the alu o tobacco at the
Planter' Tobacco warehouse tld mornlns.
I'he paymaster of the Illinoi Central rail
road yesterday "checked out" the "scads"
to tlio rinployes of the road In this city.
A. .1. Carlo will seM at unction ibis morn-
- - I.,.. . nf work horses.
The team l a good one ami will br sold at 11
The plasterers oftlie city are experiencing
considerable trouble In gelling sand. Tlio
rivers aro both so high that It I imposblr
to get to tho sand banks.
In conseijllelien of the great length ol the
council proceeding, n quantity orioeal mat
ter prepared for this 1110 ol Tiif. Hum.ktix
has been ctowdoil out.
tho ordinance now stand the city
marshal andpollco constables will recelvu
no pay for killing dog. The lame ol killlm,'
the worthless curs ought to lie pay enough.
Attention is called to tlio local notice of
Mr. .1. llurger in thl Issue of Tin: IIL'I.lk
TtN. Mr. llurger has in bis establishment as
linen stock ol goods as can be found at any
other store In the city. Call and examine
Wo desire to call attention to the condi
tion ol Tenth -treet, between Washington
avenue ami Walnut street. Several very
bad holes cxit there, and In rainy times the
treet is almost !mpanhlc. Can't It be re
On .-.unday evening last, at tlm ic-Mcnce
of the lirldn'sfntber, nn Tlilrty-loui III street,
Mr. Frank .Jennings wa married to Ml
Carrie It., daughter or Dr. Morgan. Mnv
the newly married couple live long uud be
Messrs .lesc .lulm-on and Hubert Hil
lings!-have entcrol into co-partnership lor
the purpose of carrying on thu carpi ntcrin;
business. They are both excellent work
men, and will Uoubtle receive a fair sharp
of public pattonagc,
Charles O. Munn died at Columbus, Ken
lucky, al2:Ki o'clock p. 111., csteiday, the
Kith lnt. Funeral sen ice will take place
on Sunday next at the PreMiv terian church
in this city, of will, li further notice will be
We regret to learn that ,10)111 Mcl.'wen,
Jr., was Injured by being run over by the
"Little Arab" lire engine while reluming
from tho tiro nt Tun Kri.i.F.Ti.v olllce night
Leforo last. However, his Injuries, while
paltillll, arc not dangerous, anil he will prob
ably be out again In a lew days.
Ituse, the man arrested a lew days slnco,
and tried before Judge llrosson Wednesday
011 a charge of steer stealing, mid acquitted,
was nrrested again yesterdav lor the same
offense. It Is claimed that hu will not this
time bo able to prove an allld. He gave ball
for hi appearance on Tuesdav next, when
a preliminary hearing will be had.
A special meeting ,ol the eitv , 0 unci
was lield nt the council chamber
vcsterd.iy alternoon. Mesi, D.
.1. Oalllg.in, Henry Kluiier and O. W. Hen.
ricks wcro conlliuicd commissioners to as
sess the cost of constructing and tepalrlng
sidewalks, as provided for by ordinance No,
M. The special committee to receive bids
for removing garbage reported adversely on
the proposal of Stovcu llr.ulley to remove
the garbage at the rate of $Mi) per year,
I'lie comptroller wa instructed to reecho
new bids for the clt printing lor thu ensti.
lug vcar. The council then adjourned.
DEATH OF CD AHLE.) C. Ml'NN,
Charles C. Munn died In Columbus, Ken
tucky, yesterday alleinooii, of icielun.
The news of his death will shock and sad
deli inanv who knew lilm well, and who lat
saw lii 111 in high health and in tho autlciiia-
lion of long ears of usefulness and pi,,,
pcilty. He was married only live shori
weeks ago to .Miss. Julia llearden, daughter
of Col, James llearden of this city, a mo, t
estimable young lady, whose deep bereave
ment will uxclto lor her the warn
miathy of tho entire community
.sir Jiiitui was a ton of 11 .M, Muun of Chi.
cago, and a nephew of Hon. D, W ilium (,f
this ill) and hm been engaged m man
lug agent 011 Ibe steamer i"'""
I I111 .leen.i.pd Wll. lollL- 0 leSHH IU 01 V alio,
nnd numbeicd ninong his Irlclols and nc
qalnlntice, our bct cltleti, He was a
young 111.111 whoc qualities ot mum hum
character wcro of the hlghe-l. In hi death
the community lias lot an excellent mem
ber, his young wife I ii.i.iuipu n.
illllctloii.and blslamiU Millcrm an urei-ai.i-
LOCAL-' IN HI!' I'.r.
, llerv steed, Inn buggy, laid down on
Washington avenue near I n '
olllce ycsterd.ty-sloppjd In hi onwatd
our-c nnd laid down gently, vrr.v feemi),
and then got up again, The owner h dl-
gillcd. The hor-e i UlllnJ into nn i
and Its uc!i a dl-oiiecrtlug naoii. .....
lohnoiiavslt shocking, and asseverates
that Dr. D. ha bewitched the ammai.
The Ev.ilisvillc 'Courier- announce inc
denili nf .Mr. Cant. (Irauinur. and as:
''.Mrs tiraminer vva lady of rare culture
and nos-essed aho't ol warm Irieuus mail
nf them of long e ii-'tandiiig. Mr. Oram
liter was Wn In I'it'sbiiig, but iiiovcu to
Evntisvllle with her f.itnll when quite
vouiig. Her laiiP'nle l latlieV wa olio ol
tlio pioneer Mcamboalntc.n of thl eetlou,
.mil K.liil.lMieil Ibe liopillat Cairo line ol
packets of which hi oil-lii-l iw, the hit,
band of the deec: 1, is now uperinleud
The Hrv. Mr. ltaker, Itapil-t, makes uu
aieal for a chllivh. lie wants the Lord, a
the Haptlsl iiuderland lIlm,to have n house
In Calm, null do we. VVobnv sun,
sctlbrd 11 few rent li tbr rntei irlr our-elf
mid believe everybody elo ought lo do the
same. Churches like homeopathic
medicine, ran do no harm IT the do no
It wa not generally known when Mr.
Thomas Sloo tell homo Cairo on Monday
lat, that he vva going oil to bo married.
inly n fw of hl mo-! Intimate friend were
nvvnrc of the lact, and they were cautioned
"not to say anything about it" until lie vva
out of town. Hut, it I . and Tom is a
inairied 111:111. He was married yesterdav
"t .Madison. Indiana, to .Ml. Lou De Vou
an accompli-hcd nnd highly rstlm.ibl
oung lady of that place. We, with al
lour- other trleiids In thl city, and that In
cludes nboul everybody in town, Join In
wishing him and his fair lady a long life lull
ol pleasure, happlne ami contentment.
Alter the marriage, Mr. Sloo ami hi- bride
left for Cincinnati, vvhrro thev vvil end a
lew days, and then return to Cairo. Mr
Charles H K.vic and lady wen. present nt
the wedding '"id will aci-ompany llicui
li.iiue to this city.
WHO'K FAULT WAS IT 1
Wo 11 ti 1 the following In the 'Sun' of ye.
Ye-terday morning a man was aeehlently
killed on the Ohio levee In this city by a
locomotive. Heforo he died he was
com eyed by oiur hum. 1110 parties to the
Arab I'ligluc-hou-e, .where, away Irom
homo, wile, children and li'icnd-, In
breathed his last In great agony. It he had
a physician we have not heard ot L. The
coroner impanelled a Jury, and a verdict
wa found that lie came In bis
death accidentally. The agent at Flora,
Illinois, vva- tefegraphed to in ref
erence to the matter, but it ! -aid th it the
poor, broken, m uigled body wa leit lying
111 tho engine-house all dav , without evetiu
watcher lie-ide it. Indeed, It tieru was any
0110 during the night, wr have not beard o't
it. Late in the evening, wo learn that Mr.
Johnson, ngenl of the I. C. railroad, hearing
ut the iii-xh-ci, turuUhud 11 eoltin unit sunt tt
' , inu unglne-liou-e, mid bad thu body
placed ill 11. wo m.I; wliPtli.ir outii
treatment meets the wlslit-s of the good peo
pleol this city. 1 It po.slblr that there Is
no provision 111 inc laws 01 uitiinuin.ua 01
this city, or In tbo-u or tin- state, re
quiring decent carr to be tak. n ol such 1111
lortunates!' I tlicro no olllcer upon
vvnoiii 1110 uiiiy 01 cuing ior mi noiiv until
Its Irlends arrived devolved)' If tb'ero i,
hi conduct de-one cenure at the liaudsol
our people ; Ittliere Is not If what 1 ev erv
bod.v's biislnes Is nobodv's business, then
tlie sooner something Is done tho better.
If tlio 'Sun' editor were lint verv stupid he
would never have asked the question stand
ing nt the head of this article, or written the
paragraph quoted above. It was clearly the
dutv ol the Illinois Central Itallroad com
pany to have properly cared and suitably
provided lor tho unfortunate Sullivan, nnd
to have decently burled him. Now, having
obtained this Information, wo shall expert
the -1111' to pour upon the Illinois Central's
head a little v ial of Its w 1 -1 1 - washy rage.
HI V Kit XHW3.
Stenmor John Lutnsdon, Niishvlllo
hum J. Halo, New Orlonn.1
' St. Joseph, .Memphis
John A. Wool, Now Orleans
Fearless, fct. Louis
" City of Helena, Vieksburg
tirnnd l.ako No. Pittsburg
" Oakland, Pittsburg
" Louisville, New Orleans
" Iron Mountain, Nuw Orleans
" Jo Fleming, St. Louis
" llorcules, Lomtvillo
City of Vicksburg, St. Louis
Itobt. K. J.co, I.ouisvillo
Stcnuur City Holona, St. Louis
" Oaklitnd, Now (irloans
" Louisville, Cincinnati
" I run Mountain, St. Louis
' Sam .1. Halo, LouUvillo
" tiuinkstep, Evansvlllo
" St. Joseph, St. i,ou 1 4
" John A. Wood, Pittsburi;
" Fearless, St. I.ouis
" (iraiid I.ako No. '2 S Orloans
CONDITION ol- TUB ISIVKKs.
Tho Oliio is still rising, having enino up
about ono foot slnco last report.
Tho Alissis'i ji is about stationary.
Tho Cumberland rivor Is still rislng,nnd
big wator mny bo ex pec toil from that
Thoro wns vory littlo bttsinoss trnm.
ncted 011 tho luvco ye'terday, and nearly
nil boats leaving hud to go awiiy with
The Memphis 'Appeal' of tho l.'dh lust.,
avs: "Tlio steamer Joint Ivyie, worm cv
iiity-llvo Ihotisand doMars, with 11 cargo
valued at ono hundred nnd sevent-llve
ihotisand dollar, was recently raled In two
or threo hoiir, at rirunsvvlrk point, by tlie
"wrecker Eekert." Tho wrecker realized
for their work somo tvventy-llvo percent.
011 tho entire value of the boat and cargo.
Not longngn, the Eckert raised tlio steamer
Katlo 111 a few hours, for which she rcceivi d
ome ten tnoiisaud dollar."
ST EAWEOAT BUTCIJEH
Vtij Wnllonal llnuh UiiIMIiik.
kfvflr0'' attaotion paid to orders Irnm nesm
CITY cor NCI u
nr.otJt.Aii MKi.TtNii in r n v. nrv iou n .
Ool Si It. UltANllKIl, 1
CAtno, Ills., May 12, I
l'ro-cnt Ills honor, Mayor Wood uid
Aldormon Kor'tnevcr, McKwcn, -Mc-
Gnuloy. Movers. Morris. 1'hlllIpS Kttton-
liouso and Uobltuon 8.
On motion of AUlorman Itobinson tho
reading of tho minutes w di'ponsed
(Aldcriuati Nollls nppcarcd and took
UTIiKKT COMMITTEt Itr.rOtUS.
Tho stroot commlttoo rcportod In favor
of repealing that part of ordinance No ol
rolcrrlng to tho roconstructloti of n lido
walk on tho north ildo of Fourth street.
On motion of Alderman ltlttenhouio aald
roport was rofurrod to tho ordlnanco com
tnltteo, with instructloni to roport an or
dlnanco In conformity with said report.
(Alderman Hlxbv appeared and took
Tho rtreot comniiltuo roportej In favor
of granting petition of property holders
in block 60, llrst addition, fronting on
Kighteonth stroct, praying thu council lo
repof.l thnt part of ordinanco No. SI re
liting to tho construction of a ildovvnlk on
Eighteenth street in front of said block.
On motion of Alderman Nollls said poll
tlon was referred to tho ordlnanco coin
inlttoo with Instructions to report an or
dlnnnco In conformity with salu roport
Tho petition of .Moses Foss praying tho
council to cnuso an approach to bo built to
the west sido of Y nshington nvonuo on
Sovontuonlh stroct, was reported back by
tho street couimlttco recommending thai
said approach bo built and also that tho
sower at that point bo evtendod. On mo
tlon of Aide nn nn itobinson said report
was received nnd laid upon tho tnblo.
Tho petition of E. fc W. Iludcr nnd
other praying tho council t" reject tho
ordinanco now In tho hands of tho council
providing for tlio construction of brick
sidewalk on tho north sido of Eight
treet botweon nshinglon avenue
and Walnut street, was reported
back by tho stroct comiuittoo, rocommond
ing thnt tho prayer of tho potuioti
granted. Alderman Itixbv moved that
tho report bo received nnd tho rccomtnen
datlon ol tho committeo bo concurred in
Lost by tho following voto . aye, Ilixby
Korsmoyor, McOauloy and Meyers
Nuys, McKwen, .Morris, Nellis, Phillips,
Kittenhouso nnd itobinson 0. Alderman
Nellis moved Unit said roport be received
and laid upon tlio table. Carried as fol
lows: ayos, lli-xby, Korsmoyur, McEwin
.McOauloy, Movers, .Morris, Nellis, Phil
lips, Itittenhottso and Hobinson -10. NayO
Tho following bills wcro reported back
by tho couimitleo on rlnims recommend
ing payment of the samo, viz
Charles Peoples, for hauling S3
Greui & Ollburt, for professional
services in suit of Alox. Allen
vs the city, at tho.Ianuary term
of tho circuit court
AV 1! ltockwell it Co, stationery
for city treasurer
F A'incent, llmo and drnyago for
city Jail '
John Uladnoy, hauling 105 loads
Cairo Dulletili Co, publishing thu
April council proceedings, '1
records furnished city clork,
publishing election notice, Ax
K II Cunningham, rent of coun
cil building in April
John Gladnoy, hauling 3 car loads
Milton Jenkins, for ropairing
1,20." foot of sidewalk on Pop.
lar street, betwocn Division and
Twenty-II ftli streot, at 15c 11
,1ns Kennedy, (or reconstructing
214 foct of sidewalk on cast sido
of Poplar streot, from Eigh
teenth to Kinotoonth streets, at
40 cents afoot
.In Kennedy, repairing fi'J5 feet
of sldowalk on south side of
Twentieth streot from Com
inerdal avonuo to Poplar street
Jus Kennedy, for repairing 12 1
feet of sidewalk on east sido of
I'oplar street from Twentieth
street to Nineteenth street, nt
luc a foot .
Morris, Hood A-Co, I.SHI feot of
sidewalk lumber at $'22 08....
Morris, Iiood A Co., o,30l feot of
sidovvalk lumbar at 22 .',0
Win. Mcllalo, 18 days superin
tending work on streets in
April at 2
I'otor Conlan, 25$ days work on
streets in April" Bt i'2 20
Tboj. FiUgorald, 25A dnys work
on stroot s in April" nt i2 25...
John Gladnoy, for hauling lj
days at SI oU
Stephen Urndly, J) days' hnullng
at -I 60 a day and of a dny
scraping nt S'
Win Mcllalo, dieting prisoners
in April, t!3:! days nt COc ...
Pat'l; Wiildor, hnullng 2 drunken
men to jail
John O'Donnoll, hauling a
drunken man to Jail
D J (iiilllgan, x days' salary as
sup't of strcots
It ShanncKsy. salnry as polico
mngistrato'for Marcli and April
F llross, salary ns polico miigis
trnto for April
E A Hurnott, salary as comptrol
ler, '-7 days in April
E II Fiillls, snlnry as comptroller
;l days In April
K A Cunningham, April salary
as city treasurer "a
.M J Howloy, April salary as
A Cain, 2 J lays salaay ns marshnl
in April, at $75 a mouth
A Cain, days salary as polico
constable 111 April
l'hillip Hcim, A pril salary as po
lico ' onstnblo
' 'JO 00
Froil Whit. -amp, April salnry as
poll .0 constable
Chnrlu! Muhnor, April salary as
I'oter A Conant, 6 dnys salary as
Win .Mcllalo, 8 days salary as
tnnrslml in April, at $100 por
E. F. Davis, use of room for pur
poses of registration and elec
tion .Mrs. Sullivan, uso of room for
tiiimotei nf registration nnd
M. Sheldon, one days sorvices on
election day lor 'mini wnru
Dr. U. U. Parkor, attending post
house in April, ICO and modi-
rtnia Si O
Nick AVlllianu, meats furnished
pest-house in April "
V W Wootan. !10 dayi' iuiarln.
tending smttll-pox matters m
,, A',i ,';'
1 hilllp ray, services at post
hottso In April
Oeo Schlatnor, rent of pcst-houso
In April, cooking for patients,
Win. Kendall, milk furnished
.1 0 Laliuo, April salary as po
lice constablo ,
On motion of Alderman Movers
bills were allowed by tho following voto :
Ayes Ilixby, Korsmnycr, McKwen, .Mc
Oauloy, Meyers Morris, Nollls, 1'hllllps,
Hiltonhouio anil Itobinson 10. ay 0,
1. 1' Ml 1 Kit 111 LI,".
Pho oommlltoo on claims roportcd back
tho following bills recommending pay
inont thorcof at tho rato of $10 por M
xv.ll A- Knt. n.llll lent sldowalk
lumber si i'lti Jl.. -o
AVall A Ent, 0,0 10 loot sidewalk
lumW ill 20 100 fcO
V..1I A- Vnl 1.7 1H frBl sidCVVa l
lumber at tiO '"
tnbn T. Itnnnle. ii.fH.'l feot aide
whIU lumber nt sJO ll 'J"
Ahlermsn Knrsinover IllOVed to allow
said bills as rccomiuendod by tho commit
too. Carried ns follows ; Ayes -Ilixby
Korsmoyer, McKwen, McOauloy, Moyurs
Morris. Nellis. Phillips, Kittenhouso and
Uobituon 10. Nay 0.
Tho claims committee reported back the
following bills rocominonding payment of
snino at the rato of i'2 60 a day each, vi
James Garland, !! davs register-
inn and 1 dav luduo of elec
tion at 3 nor dav 12 00
O V McKeaig, .1 days register-
inu and I day judge of election 12 00
II. Ilixby, :i days regist'iring !' 00
II Able, I day judge ol election 3 00
U O Davidson, 1 dny cljrk of
election 'I 0(1
P J l'urccll, 1 day lork ol clou
Hoi 3 00
C Lame, il days registering and I
dny judgo of election I'J 00
L .1 ltyrne, M dayi registering
and one day judgo of election l'J 00
I) Artor. Ildays registering ! 00
.1 II Kellv, I day Judgo of elec
tion...... ...T -1 00
U AV Sillwoll, 1 day clork of
election -'I 00
A Comings. I day clerk of
election a 00
Win I.oncrgan, 2 days register
ing nnd 1 day judgo of election 0 00
John II (iosstn'sm,-' days roglstor-
ing and 1 day j jdgo of election 0 00
John McKwen, 2 days registering 00
Jos Arnold. 1 day judgo of elec
tion -1 00
It F lllake mil T J Kurtb, clerks
of election I day, each 3 00
Win Martin, 3 dnys reis ering
and l day judge of election l'J 00
K S Vocutii, i days registering
and I day judge of election l'J 00
A A A rick, 2 days registering
and 1 day judgo of election
J C White and I! Fit.gornld,
clerks of election 1 dny. eafjh .
N Suialleriburg, 2 days regi'lnr
ilii and 1 day judge of election
Jno U Talbot, 1 day registering
nnd 1 day judge ot oloctlon
M I) Gunterj 2 days registering .
I) II .Morgan, 1 day judgo of elec
T. AV. Halliday and .1. 'J. .onne,
clerks of election, onn day
each !1 00
After some discussion said bilUwero, on
motion of Alderman McOauloy, recom
mitted to tho committeo, with instructions
to confur with the city attorney concern
ing tho nlllowance per day.
Hill of Cairo City Gas company, for gsi
used in stroot lamps in April, wa rc
portod back by tho claims committee, re
commending pavment of f 27S 25 in full of
On motion of Alderman Moyors said
bill was allowed as recornmondcJ, by tho
following voto: Ayes Ilixby, Kors
moyor, McKwen, McOauloy, Meyers, Mor
ris, Nellis, Phillips. Hittenhouio and P.ot
inson 10. Nay 0,
Hill of AVm. Henry, Jr. for jo forbalanco
claimod on account of deduction from
previous bill, was roportcd back bv tho
claims committeo recommending that tho
bill bo not allowed.
On motion of Alderman Phillips tho
recommendation was concurred 111.
f ho old committee on polico and jail
reported back bill of James Hoss for f 0
for coal for jail which was reforrod to
thorn on tho loth of Mandi, recommending
payment of samo.
On motion of Aldorman JIUby, said bill
was allowed, by tlio following voto: Ayos
Ilixby, lvorsmeycr, McKwen, McGauley,
Jleyors, .Morris, Nollls, Phillips, Kitten
house and Itobinson 10. Nay 0.
Hill of John .M, I.ausdcn, amounting to
fill 11 for months salary as mayor to
April 10, was presented and, on motion of
Alderman ilorris, nllowod by tho follow
ing vote: Ayos Hlxby, Korsmoyor, Mc
Evvon, McOauloy, Moyors, Morris, Nellis,
Phillips, Kittenhouso nnd Itobinson 10.
Tho ordinance committee submlttod
tho following ordinance, which was read
by the clork, vl. :
An oriliuaiico lo amend section 10 o' or
dlnanco No. t .
lie It ordained by the City Council of the
City ol Cairo:
Skciio.n I. That section 10 of ordinance
No. I. he amended bv striklui: out all nl'sald
section alter the word "nulaucc" ami sub-
st tilt 111; tho Ifilloivlli'' tberelor. vl.: "ami
It shall be the duty ol tho city marshal ami
polico constables of the ellv lo kill all siieh
do's or sut, during such Hours a may be
designated by the ma or."
uu motion 01 Aiuoriuau .Morris tho
rules woro suspoaleM for tho pn.-pjio ot
reading 8ft Id ordinanco u second time.
Said ordinanco was then read
tlmo and, on motion of Alderman Moyors
adopted as follows: Ayos Ilixby, Ivors-
moyor, McEwon, McOauloy, .Moyors, .Mor-
ris, Mollis, Phillips, Kittonhou.o nnd Kob
inson 10. Nay 0.
Tho ordlnanco commlttoo submitted tlm
following ordinance, which was read bv
the clork, viz.:
An ordinance to amend section I or ordl.
nance 1. relating to the tin,., i 1...1.11...
regular stated meetings ol the City Council
'I!'.c'1 h' ""' Cll ONiicll ol the'
' . . ' ------ --. 1-1 HWMII 1 1 1 11
That MTtlon 1 of m-Jin-in..., i i.., .
by Ktrlklmr out the wii d i , T
selling instead the word Tuesday.' ' '""
On motion the rulei woro ausnnmUi f.,.
the purpose of reading said ordlnnnen
.Said ordinanco was thnn road .
time, and on motion of Alderman Kors-
moyer adopted by tho following vnt
Ayoi-Uixby, Korsmoyor, McKwen, Mov
ers Morris, Nolli., Phlln,,,, jmtonhouso
and Kobinion 10. Nay 0.
An ordinance entitle " 'ordlnanco o
anotid ordiuatico No 51 lolulitig lo ihu
construction, roconstructloti and repair of
sidewalks'' was read, ami on motion of
Alderman Ititto nhotue adopted by
tho following voto 1 Ayos liixoy, -vic-
'vven, Morris, Nollls, Phillips, I'ljvon.
homo and Koblnson .. Xvavsn-ivors-mover,
McOauloy and MoyeftfJI
AnorJinnnco entitled "an ordjnanco to
provido for the construction ot 11 urns.
idownlk on tho northwaruiy mm
Eighth street, betwocn Washington avo
nuo and Walnut streot. ' wi nad by the
clork, and on notion of Aidoruian
Morris, laid upon the lablo to be taken up
at such tluto ns tho council may direct.
The city comptroller submitted the fol
lowing proposal for tlio city printing for
tho current yenr.
Of T11 k Cairo 111 1 t.nns OiMpanv for
publishing tho council proceedings, $1 a
month; for all locals, notices and advor
tiioments, each Insertion, 50 conts a
square ; and for all Job work at customary
rates, provided that these are all con
sidered as one bid.
Of 1). L. Davis, lor publishing tho coun
ell proceedings and all notices connoctml
with said mootings, urdinnrily and here
t iforo treated ns a part of said proceed
Ing. for $'J00; a yoar to publish all other
notices for 15 cents por square, of U'clvo
lines orono Inch in length for ench Inser
tion, to Include rnlo and figure work;
and for all job printing at usual rates,
taking the prices paid for samo during
the patt year as a standard,
tho blddor agreeing lo give
bond for tho fnithf-jl performance of his
On motion of Alderman Morris, said
blls woro referred to the printing commit
tee with instruction) to report at tho next
special or regular meeting.
A petition of certain citizens wns
read representing that tho gut
tor oil tho west sido of Com
mercial avenue, between Sixth and
Sm'h'.h streets Is a nuianco, and praying
tin council to remedy the matter.
Aldorman .Morris moved to refer lo tho
treet committee. Aldermnn Ilixby moved
to amend by instructing the committee to
abate tho nuisance as soon as poisiblo
Amendment carried by the following
voto aye, Ilixby, Kirimoyor, McKwen
McOauloy, Meyers, Nolli, Phillips and
Kittenhousc . Nay, Morris and Kobin.
TASK 01' AI.K.V. ALLKN VS. TIIK I ITV.
A communication was road from S. P
AA'hooler attorney for Alexander Allen
agreeing to dismiss tho case of Mien now
pending in tho circuit court, for damages
for falling through a sidewalk, if the city
will pay tho amount of Judgment rondered
in favor of Allen at tho January term of
said court, without appealing tho case to
the supreme court.
On motion of Aldorman Morris said
communication ws referred to the claims
lllts FOR OARtlAOE.
Tho comptroller proionted a proposal
received for removal of garbage fjr the
current.year, from Stephen llradlcy. as
follows, viz- From Ujcomber I, to ,M.rch
I, at 30 a month from March ' to Juno
I, at 50 a month ; from Juno 1, to Hop.
teinbor 1, at 150 a month ; and from Sep.
tember 1, to December 1, at CO a month
Aldorman Meyers moved to refer
to tho board of health. Alderman
Ilixby moved to amend by referring to a
special comaiittoo of three to report next
meeting. Amendment carried. The
chair appointed as such cemmittce, Alder
men Ilixby, Nellis and Phillips.
CoVlfTllOI I.RIt ESTIWATK.
Tho city comptroller submitted his an.
nual estimate of the moneys necenary to
defray the ovponsos of tho city for the
current fiscal year. On motion of Aldor
man Ilixby said estimate wai loferred to
tho finance committeo,
A communication from T. J,. Leo, of
Paducah, Kentucky, was received, staling
tho prico of tho best era vol to bo ft 50 a
cubic yard delivered on our strcots or
$1 60 a cubic yard dolivorcd nt tho land
ng ir. Paducah.
On motion of Aldorman Morris said
communication was received and ordorod
Tho ollijial report of JJ. Shannissy.
1'. M , for March and April, wvs presented
and, on motion of Aldornim Kittcnhoiuo,
resolved and ordorod filod.
OITII IAL II0ND.
Tho olllaial bond of W. W. AVoolton ai
polico constablo was presented and, on
motion of Aldorman .McOauloy, approved.
A communication from II, F. Gerould.
uporintendant of tho Cairo City Gas
company was road, recommonding that
all tlm broken lanterns bo ropairod and
also that all branches of treos obstructing
gas light, La cut oil".
On motion of Aldorman Klttonbnnc.
sild communication was rofurrod to tho
Tho mayor nominated Georgo Lohr as
special polico constable at tho I. O. K, K,
dopot. Conflrmod: Ayos Ilixby, Kors
moyor, McEwon, McOauloy, Moyors,
Morris, Nollls, Phillips, KitteiihouBo and
Koblnson 10. Nay 0,
Tho iniyor stated ho had a smnll
amount of cash In his hands rocolvcd from
ex-. Mayor Linsdon, bolng money reeoivod
from tlio Sisters for kooplng thoir pationts
at tho pest-houso. On motion of Alder
man Ilixby tho troasuror was ordered to
hold said cash until othorwbo ordored by
On motion of Aldorman Nellis
M.J. Howlkv, City Clerk.
JOHNSON ,t HILfvLVGSLV,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS
isomiir " l'unin....i..
. .., nrenared to do nil li,i. ... .
.1i",iS . in llrsl.el "I " ' work
as reasonable rates V,... ? .
y. All ordow attended to Zi" ,u
gc of tho public p,,