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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1873
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R
1M tfflf tfce Nbortt nonte
Mjrhty IIIm Dm HbortMl Borri
NO CUANGB OF OAKS
fROM CAIRO TO
9T. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ohly one change or oars
OM CAIRO TO
ESE3tr Piibai. Washington.
'fjotton and all point! ast.
MllwaakU, JanssslU, Madison,
ibis If alto the only direct route to
p,yjlor, ntoomln(?ton, Nprinfftd.
Psorla. QalncT, Kkuk,
Burlicfloe; Hook Island, L Salle,
M.ndot. Ihion, KtMport,
Calana, Dubaqus, Pious CUT,
Onahaaod all points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Boom Sleeping Cat"
On all Night Trains.
Iiimi Checked 10 til Important points.
For ticket and information, apply to I. 0, R.H
depot at alroi on board tn tranut steamer t
Iweea Qotumbua and Cairo, and at trie princlpa
railroad newt offlcee throughout tha touth.
W. P. JOHNSON, Oen'l Paee . Aa't, Chicago.
A. MtTCBiu., Oen'l. Bup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIME.
1'asscnzer trains on the Illinois Central
euanire time tj-.0'. From and alter 2:10
d.id. to-dartn n B" rlln a miiowi:
KxvrtH. Jallr .l:l.'a. tn.
ilill, except Sunday . ..4:00 p. in.
Express, dally except Sunday . 2:10 p. in.
Mail, ' " . .1J:0 nluht.
On Mill after Sunday, May 2.", nn excur
ilon train will be run each Sunday on the
Cairo and Vlnccnnr lallroad, between
Cairo and Mound Clt', a follow ;
Leave MM City. Arrive at Cairo.
8 a.m. f :'.!." a.m.
4UMp m, 1:5. p.m.
Leave Cairo. Arrive at MM Cilv.
a.m. t':"0 a.m.
f p.m. r:'IO p.m.
Fare for the round trip, fifty cent.
Cuahlxs, O. Wont, Oen'lTlckct Ag't.
UAIHO AND VINCENNES HAILltOAl)
Train now leave Cnlro and Mound City as
Leave Cairo. Leave Mound City.
7:15 u. in. 7iIUa.ni.
12 m. 1:45 p.m.
0:lfp.m. r:40 "
Cuab. 0. Wood, Gcti'l Ticket Ag't.
.AIHO AND VINCENNES KAILUOAD
On and after Monday, February .1, 187.1,
rains on tlie C. aud V. railroad will run :ii
Ex. Md. City
.eave Cairo ,
" Mound City.
" Mt. Carmel..
press. ai'CU'l'D, I
7:4.') a. in. Ms p. m. (p. I
B:10 " M) ,ir. '
isltt p. in. I
.rife Vtnceunes. .. 5:40
E.v- M.I. em
4eavr Vlncennes... "aw a. in.
" Mt. Carmel . H:2-J "
" Carml 0:."
" Eldorado. ...11:00
" Mound City.. 4 tail p. in. ":O0 a. m. le.
rrlveCalro t-.ort -i.i-. "
ConnoctlnK at Ylncenues wltli the lndi
tnapollsand Vlnccnnes.Ohlnand Mls-Uslppl,
mil Evansvlllu and Crawfordsvllle railroads;
U Mt. Carmel with the LouWWUu and Nuvv
Albany airline; at Canal with tho HL LouU
ajid Southeastern ; atNorrisClty the Spring
3c)d and Illinois Southeastern ; at Eldorado
with Uio Shawnectown branch of the .' t
Louis and Southeastern: at Cairo with tha
Mobile ana Unlo railroad tranrter boat, ami
ateainers for Memphis, lted Klvcr, Vicks
burg and New Orleans.
Citas. O. Woon, Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
J.vo. Lex, J i!., Sup't.
LOCAL WEATHEIt REWltT.
U. S. Sio. Smb.. OnsKh'H's) offick,
Caiho, May .IB'J. 10.H p.m. J
. Tuermomcter n degrees.
S'ind, ca'f, velocity I mile per
Mfulnum temperature bin '21 hours, at
4 p. m., 63 degrees.
Minimum temperature, last 21 hours, at
b a. tn., 04 degrees.
Prevailing wind lan 24 hours, east.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
24 noun, 159.
Edwin Uaiu.axd, Observer.
Dogi on which the tax has not been paid
have but two days more tollw.
We arc authorized to announce that
David J. Jiaker Is a candidate fur Judge ot
the Twenty-sixth Judicial circuit. Election
on Monday, June 2, lb"3. td
FOU SALE. "
A. house, b rooms aud fi clnet, with one
lot and a half, corner of Twenty-dot and
Poplar streets, on easy terms. For further
Information, apply ou the ptemUes.
Fine white; ilnle and double , amber:
single and double X Cwiary, best quality of
manllla, bluo letter, etc., te. W,0(sj for
sale, printed at f3 W.to 0 60 per thi.i
-t the llCLLETI.N Om K.
To any and all who desire u line,
genuine French cslf.VId, Morroco or patent
leather pair Of boots, gaiters or shoes of any
or aUor the latest styles, William Elders, on
Twentieth street, Is ready to furnUh them
at the most reasonable rate, and guarantees
good stock,good tits and perfect atllaetlon.
FINE LAUNDltV WOHK.
ilri. keiuo eolcman lakes this method of
informing the public that she it now pre
pared to do all kinds of tine laundry work, at
cheap rates. Fluting, crimping, etc., done
at a small advance per dozen on plainclothes.
Families and IndUIduals will find it to their
advantage to take their clothes to 31rs. Cole
man. Uesldence on Fourth strctt, south
alde.between Washington and Commercial
SAN1TAHY MEASL UES
Should be adopted without ilelsr Clean
up I Whitewash II Palut!!! And when
you 6i paint, remember that the best is the
cheapest. The Auiili Chemical Paint li
the beat tot any and all me, to w hich paint
ill applied. II i you deIte , UauUlu, dur
We, enwntlea rface, uko tho A. C. P.
TU k f W wA.,MxeJ for the
bruab, by N. E. 1 ay y c '
tnU.IonmerchMiU.nd a,, lUe Jr
UUU7 eompwiy, Sixth sw, bl(
Com.rdsl and Waihlngton
Tlii: HOAIllt or HEALTH LOOKING
rioN or the ci r.
oiidkiwin unrr.HK.vcn to the dis
POl T10N OF 0AKCASKS.
1. It l hcrrby ordered, tli.it when dny
horse, mule, cow or hog shall die vv llhin the
llnilLiof llic city of Cairo, It thall lie the
duly of the owner or keeper of Mich .mlnnl"
to hate Its body removed forthwith a mile
beyond the city limit", and burled In n hole
of Mifllclent depfh, or dlpo-ed of lor tonic
tiftilptirpoc, or cat into the rlter Into
dcp water, one-half a mile below the city
. That no person hall, In part or wlmllv
fill up any lot or parcel or ground within
the city limit, with Mrcct craplng, niv
mire, offal, or any foul or feculent matter.
3. Toil all per.otn keeping (daughter
hoitar. tahlcs or dalrlc., or other places In
"hlcli atilm.tlt arc Kept, for either pleasure
or profit, or for any purpose whatever, shall
keep the f.imo clean and wholcomo by the
removal of all manure and other oflrnlvc
matter at lcat ancc a week.
lly ordor of the board of health of the tit v
of Cairo, May ."., 1873.
.JpiiK Wood, Chairman
AN OLD KsTAIlLlsllEI) HUM.
The linn ol S. M. rettcnirlll & Co. com-
, menced their ailvcrtlrlnic DKcncy in the old
'.Journal' building, No. 10, Mate street, Hos-
I ton, nearly a quarter t a century ago (Feb
! ru.'iry IStMJ, where their agency 1. mill 0.
rated, carrying on a titcco4lill mHncs.
They iMtablWied a branch In Now York
city, May ItCJ, which has grown tn be
larger than the parent house Increasing
tcadlly, j car byj car, until now It ha the
ugenry of nearly very newspaper In the
Unlletl Stntcf and JlrllWi l'ro luces, and
decs a yearly buslncs of hundredi of thou,
and- of dollar. i. M. l'ettenglll .tCo.havo
recently oiicucd another branch oflico at 701
Chctnut street, I'hlladclphla, whero they
are doing a successful Increasing business.
They have ilono ndestisng exceeding ten
millions or dollar since commencing butl.
no, Thlt firm Ii favorably known not
only throughout this country, but In all
parts of the wotld. They ha e established a
reputation fur honorable and lair dealing
which any tirm might envy, and but few
hao attained to. We. congratulate them
upon their success. Wu would recoinmcd
all who want adertlslng ilono In anv part
..r.i . ... . .. .... "
ui niu .-u i ij i j io can upon tneiii. i ney can
point to hundreds of buliiet men who haxj
lullowcd their udvicc, and trusted ,to their
sagacity, "and aalled thcinclcs of their fa-
cilltles, who have made fortunes lor them
ehes, and they are dully assisting othef In
iiir-k.une rath.-Uoston Journal, May
H'L'Ms' IN (JENEHAL.
Selling oil at cost at Moscovlcs.' .V.' if.
.Moiiuu yity win no crowded wlih pconle
I All kinds or linens, laces, edgings,
I trimmings or every variety at Hiirgei's.
iisiiinKon avenue, near
I i emu slifi-t, Is silling off at cost. 5-2 tf.
nurgcr Is now offering for salo n splendid
as.ortineut of dress silks, Japanese sullings,
etc., etc., at flic nust reasonable rales.
ZU you want good goods at cost, go toMos
covlcs; Washington avenue, near Tenth
-Mol Worthy Grand Master
V. L. l)nr.
row, of the colored Masons of
W. T. Scott.
good many Calroltcs will attend the
decoration ceremonies at Mound Cllv. V
tho weather Is not too warm, the occasion
will be a cry pleasant one.
The most beautiful percales, Jaconet and
other white dress goods aver brought to
this market, can bo bought fur exceedingly
owpii ces "i iiurger'n.
jir. i C Il.infs and family of Mound
City, left yesterday for a trip to St. Louis
and the far West, lie will bo ah-eiit for
about three weeks. Ills next trip will be
to St. Paul, Minnesota.
The Stokes' house, Mound Cijy, U driving
a goodnd thriving business. Mine host
Gould knows how to keep hotel, and every
one who stops thero once, never falN to go
to the Stokes' always alterwards.
New stock and new styles ol wall paper
paints, oils, window Kt etc., etc., at II. F.
Meigs' new store, Washington avenuo aud
Eleventh street. Call and H'o tho latest
styles In wall paper before purchasing eNc-
wnero. 4.1 .
The 'Sun says It Is glad to see that Mayor
Wood Is waking up Ui the necessities or our
sanitary condition. Why this attack on the
mayor!1 When wahe asleep J He ha. been
absent from the city lor a couple of week's,
and knew nothing of the sanitary demands
ol the ctty.
si A special communication ot Cairo
Lodge, No, 217, A. F. and A. M., will
be held this (Friday) evening, at 7J o'clock.
Work In tho M. M. degree. Visiting
brethren" rordially Invited to attend, i'cr
order W. M. II. F. IIlakk, Sec'y.
F. M. Ward Is now ptopared to deliver the
best of sawed and split hickory wood to any
part of the city. Also all klndsof wood aud
coal alwaj" on hand. Leavo orders at ids
office, cortiH .sievcntrenth street and ( 0111.
mcrciul u euiic. 3-25 tf.
The salo lot ordnance .tores ul the Mound
City naval station yestenlay, u attended
by a largo number of dealers in iron,
"so"i ci. Tlit Mores sold er kuockud
off" at extremely low prices. About lllteen
pieces of artillery were sold, bringing from
I to 1 l-!i cents per pound.
llcv. Fred Thomion of this city, Is attend
lug tho State Sabbalh .-chool convention, at
Sprlngllcld, and Is taking a prominent part
in Its deliberations. Mr. Thomson's strong
point is the Sunday school. He Is dtuitcd
to the "work" work Is, wu believe, the
name by which sudicllorts arc called.
Jas. T. Johnson, manager of the Garden
State circus, with 11 feeling of kindness to.
uaid the widow and children of thu mur
dered officer, (ieorgo AV. Wehlou, laH tt,n.
dered theiu a bentllt to take placo 111 bis cir
cus cam an on Friday and Saturday nights.
The ul.Je. t for which tho exhibition to be
given Is a worth) ono, and wo believo will
be liberall) iiatiouUcd by our people, f0,.
atablu Wvldon was killed Whilu In thu ,,.
charge ol his duty at an ollicer, ami he ,.t
his family in destitution. I'nder ihcse cir
cumstances we feel assured (hat every .it.
zen of Cairo Will do his part toward iii il.liig
the exhibition a success.
This popular hotel has been iilltted aud
mpmu'd, aud is now one of the most com
fortable stopping places in the city, The
travelling public- and poisons desiring
pleasant iuartcn by the week or month,wi
always find them at the Commercial hotel.
Rates of boaid hate becu reductcd as fob
lows: Day board, fl W per week; trausit,
tl M per day, board and lodging, from r(
to 7 ,cr week. tf
SEI.EOTtNO A .JUUY-FOLM.
IttMf.S OHTAINEI) YKS
HAIlIMSON IN COUUT AND 0 1 V EH
II IS OLD Fill ENDS A
II EA It-TV fJIIAKE.
The trial of William Hsrrison nt
for the murder of Joseph Swoboda, wai
resumed in the l'ulaskl caunty circuit
court yeitorday morning.
Tho motion mado by the dofonco to
quash the ventre notifying persons se
lected by tho county court to appear In
court to servo as petit Jurors, was over
ruled by Judge ilakcr.
, SEI.KCTi.NO TI1F. JL'nV.
Tho task of soloctlng n Jury to try'lho
cao was thon began. Tho regular panel
of tho petit jury for tho prcsont weok wni
exhauitud beforo noon, and out of it only'
tbroo jurors acceptod. Court adjourned
to glvo tho sheriff an opportunity to sum
mon a new panel. The ihoriff and
nil his deputies started out in tearch of
men to fill tho new panel, and it was two
o clock Leforo enough could be found to
Court io-msemuicd, and tho work of ei
atnlng jurors continued. Up to four
o'clock, although a largo number of per
on woro called, no additions wcro inado
to tho number obtained beforo dinner.
After four o'clock ono more Juror was ob
tained, and at 5 o'clock court adjourned
until 0 o'clock this morning.
llAIlltfSO.V TltK MtrutJEREn,
Was In court during the proceedings and
scorned to take considerable interost In
tho selection of tho jury. He was dresied
tho same as on tho day previous, and
seemingly was as much lit case as if thoro
was nothing unuiual going on. Soveral
of his old tlmo frionds went up to him
and shook his hand. Ho eruotod tbetn
warmly and was much pleated to have
tliKtn come about him.
THAT (! IKKST.
IS IT A SI'IIUT OF HELL OH ('.Oil-
I. IN DAMNED '
DOES IT HKINti AIIW FKOM
HEAVEN OU HLAST FROM
THE OTHElt PLACE?
AND WHY DON'T IT PUT IT? PAN-
TA LOONS ON'
Monsiour Lo Sago may sport his "Dovil
on Two Sticks ;" and tho 'Gentleman in
Illack" may walk about to his heart's con
tont. What do wo of Cairo caro .' We
havt alio our spirit, whether black or
white, wo don't' yet know, and it is
nbout as lively n ghost at was ovor beforo
brought from tho regions beyond the
This, wo solemnly asiovorate, is not to
bo consldured as a playful insertion, if tho
concurrent testimony ot uiauv uckxI.
as worth nnythlng at Ml. Thero
can bo no longer any doubt, in any well
regulated mind, that wo havo a ghost
among in. And 'this Is how tho important
fact was ascertained. Two of tho child
rcn of .Mr. Jacob Martin, with their nurses
wero sitting near thn front window of
that gentleman's residence ono night throo
weeks ago. A nurse happoned to look at
the window, and saw a sight that almost
frozo her blood. It was enough to frighten
any ono. Looking in at thu window was
With dark hair, pale face, very tall, a cap
on his head, nnd a pair of loots on his
feet. JHo wore no othor article of cloth
ing. Tho muid uttered a piercelng
scream, and tho ipectro vanished.
Whether tho skeleton wont up or down
or in another direnion wo could not its
certain. Tho maid ws too much alarmed
to pay much attention to the mannor of
tho gho't's disappearance. Sho only knows
A few nights afto,, Mr. James English,
well known in this city, going to his
homo in tho Fourth ward, about v o'clock.
Ho had gono as far at 10th stroct on Com
mercial avenuo, when nn obstruction seem-1
od to grow up acrost tho sidewalk. "What
tho dovil shall I do' suld English; uml,
at that instant, a man appeared by his
side, nakud, excopt that hu had a hat on
his head and boots on his foot, and gruip.
ing tho astonished podestrlan by thu right
arm,;uung mm oil tho sidewalk.
When English recovered he wat gono,
and although he has no timidity in his
composition, mado hstto to leavo tho
Mr. John Hm'ith, Kynaiton's butcher,
about tho time English received the attun
Ions of tha.shadowy plague of tho Fourth
and Fifth wards.iaw it In Nineteenth itrcot
wearing cap and boots, but no othor
clothing. .Smith say.t the Kht was an
ordinary sized man, and vanished us ,nvs.
teriomly nj it appeared.
A NO TKT AOAIN.
lly this timo.tho nows of those ghoitlv
appoarancos, had become goneral through
out tho city, and tho polico, beliuving that
a trick was being played by somodaro-deT-il
porson,duurmliio.l 10 surprise him in the
act of personating the ghost. Thoy thero
foro keep their vigilant oyos wide npun
In thu vicinity of theso ghostly appear
ances. A few nights ago tho night be
foro tho day of his resignation otlicor
Whitcamp was walking along ono of tho
streets ol thu Fourth ward, when tho
ghost he was looking for, In all its naked
noM, appeared buforu him. The ollicer
neglected to ipioto Hamlet, but ho did
challenge tho thing and bade it stand
but it didn't. He grasped it by tho arm
which fall Uko lloih and blood, but tho
spectre broke away and lied
liko the wind." Whlteatnp
pursued and discharged the contents of
his rovolvor at it, but without effect, Af.
torrunnlng about a square it aeemed to
fade Into this night. Great drops of per.
ipirallon stood on IVhltcamp's forehead.
Ho loomed plunged In deep thought dur
ing tho romalndor of tho night, and tho
noxt day rciigncd hit placo on tho forco.
Night before last Mr. Pruott, the tad.
dler, while near the corner of Fifteenth
and J Poplar stroels, saw tho aamo ghost,
dressed in all its nakedness. It aoemod to
glido along, and was stopped by no ob
struction. ON TUB SAME NIOIIT
Jim Orange, a colored man, law tho .p.
piration on rourtccnth street, where It
frightened women and children until thoy
screamed in terror. Orango and nnothor
colored man armed with clubs attempted
to capturo tho shade, but in some way it
Aro only a fnw of those we might lay
before the render, but wo think they will
convinco him '.hat something Is up.
Thero is no doult in our mind that a man
or spirit and we don't cling to the ghost
theory appears without clothing
on tho public streets of the
Fourth and Fifth wards nearly
every night, scandalizing and frightening
children nnd women and not n few men.
Wcfire friendly to ghosts,but we don't liko
too much of thorn. Thoy surfeit us when
dished up too often. And this hat been
dished much too often. It has become
Hat and llnle nnd ought tu bo dtiooritlnoail
I will sell a large assortment ol line parlor,
bedroom and kitchen furniture, on .-atur-day,
May 21, at half-pat nine o'clock, nt my
old sales room, 105 Commercial atenue.
Also a hrgc assortment ot ehromos, and
linen gocds consisting ol marsailles, linen
duck and drilling patterns of the stock of
P. A. lto.-i,
I Invite the attendance or ladles, as 1 have
made special arrangements lor their coin
rort; rtcr)thlng to bo sold Inside. I wlllsell
on the outsl le berore sale, 70 bbk seed po
tatocs, anil list bales or hay.
'Ol 2t D. llAIll.MAN, Auctioneer.
A fine .tsortmcntof Imported glass shades,
both oval aud round, Just received by
Parsons, Davis fc Co. Also pond Illy
shades, moss and ehurille, all at lowest
prices. Our stock of French, China, tea and
dinner sets Is large, and bought beforo the
lato heavy advances. Table and pocket
cutlery tplated spoon, forks, pie, cake and
butter knives, and especially casters in
great variety and at bottom figures. Call
and examine. r.--'Jt
Nollee is hereby given that tho police
forco have been notified to arrest an) per
son upon whose premises a nuisancu in iiy
shape may be found without first warning
such person to remove the same.
This action is deemed necessary beraiise
of'the reported near approach of the cholera
and other diseases. John Wooti, Mavor.
CAllio,May27, 1S73. .vs.t
ICE CltEAM SALOON.
As warm weather Is approaehiug the
lovers ot Ice cream will be glad to learn that
Messrs. Sauti As Clarkson have lltti-d nn and
1 refurnished, In elegant style, their Ice cream
also been put in running order, anil nothing
is.wantlng about the establishment to make
the pleasure and comfort of thelr'patrons
Given lo widow Weldon and otphans, bv
). T. Johnson's Garden State circus and
performing animals. Show on Friday and
Saturday night, May 30 and 31. Doors open
at 1 o'clock. Ilckcts for sale at the book
stores and on the grounds at the tent.
Mrs. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Wa-hlngton avenues, has
pist opened out a stock of new aud fashion
able millinery goods, Sho has one hundred
and Ufly different styles of hats and bonnets,
beside a largo assortment ot ribbons, How
crs and notions of all sorts, nil of which wll
lie sold at the lowest prices.
PICNIC AT ST. MAItY'S PAKE.
Tuesday, June 3, 1S73, (to bo given by a
number of ladles,) the proceeds to be ap
plied for tho benelit of one of tho cdacatiou
al institutions or the city. A string band
will bo In attendance. Ticket.', twenty-flve
cents. No spirituous liquors will be allowed
upon the grounds. 5-2-td
Notice is hereby given that all blank sehed
ules for assessing personal property must
returned on or beiire the 31st day of
May, at th? county clert's oflico In the court'
house, or to me througi tho post-office.
John II. Oossman, Assessor.
A new hotel has been opened In the large
house located o tho corner of Seventh
street and Washltgton avenue. It will be
known as Jlrown's iotel, and proprlctored
by Mr. Itrovvn, whon reputation as a hotel
keeper is well-known In this city. The
hoiiso has been thoroughly renovated and
refurnished, and Is in every way ilrst-clasH,
'1 lie Utiles aro nt all tunes furnished with
the best the season affords, and the charges
liberal, lidng only $1 50 ptr day. .Mr.
Itrovvn solldts and deserves a share of the
public patronage. Wltf
Mr. J. M. Moskovics, tho enterprising
dealer In dry guods Washington vonuo
between Ninth aud Tenth streets, offers his
largo and varied stock or goods at cost
prices. His storu Ii full of tho choicest ol
dry goods of everyvaiiety and quality, and
the prices at which he is disposing of thrm
aro astonishingly lo.v. Call upon him am
atlsf)' yourself. f"7 tf.
Window screen v, ire, water-coolers, zero
refrigerators, toilet sets, bird cages and a
general stock of tin and Itrltaul.t ware, also
a food supply of tho celebrated Charter
Oak cooking stoves at luvvcst llgurcs No
Kki, Commercial avenue.
0. W. llKNUKltso.v, Cairo, Illinois.
Wo aro the solu agent for tho sale of Mus.
son's pure cider vinegar, made 011 his farm
at Cobilon, Illinois, put up In convenient
slzod packages for ramlly use, and every
package warranted pure.
4-13 If, COFFKV, 1 ACE .V CO.,
So. 55 Ohio Levee,
llurger liasj'"- received mid opened a
large stock of damasks, napkins, tovvcllugs,
etc., etc., all of which vrlll bo sold cheaper
than they can bo bought any where el-e in
The placo to buy wall paper 20 per cent
difapor than any other pUcc in the city is
No 'i seventh street. Trjjlt, II. Ant
ipr.J,IAL MEETINO 0' THE CfTV COUNCI h
"J- UALLEU HVTHE MA), oil
Cairo, Ill,.,3Iay '.'S, 187H, 1 p.m.
Prosont-Hls Honor Mayor Wood and
Aldermen Ilithy, Konmoyer, McEwon,
McOauloy, .Morris, Nellis, Phillips, Hit
tonhotiio and Itobinton 'J,
CAKE DP ALLEN Vt. THE CITT.
Tho commltteo on claims to whom was
referred tho proportion of Alex. Allen to
compromise with tho city In tho matter of
Ills suit pending againt tho city,on account
of Injuries recolvcd from falling through
a aidowalk, and the Judgment obtained by
him against the city for a similar cause at
tho January torm of the circuit court, re
ported back thu same, slating that said
Allen agrees to dismiss both suits for the
sum of $2D0, and his attorney's feos. That
S. P. Wheeler, his attornoy, agrees to bc
copt $200 in full payment of "his foes In
aid cases." Tho commltteo recommended
that compromise be mado as above set
forth,'(belng $150 in all,) and that tho city
clerk issue to said parlies orders on thu
city treasury for tho respectlvo amounts
whenoter said S. P. Wheolor shall furuiih
to said dork proper p.pers certifying to
a dismissal of both said suits.
On motion of alderman Korsmoyer said
report wat received nnd the recommend
ation therein contalr.od, concurrod In by
the following voto. ayes uixby, Kors
meyer, McEwen, MeOauley, Morrii, Nel
lis, Phillips, Itittenaouieand Koblnson !;
The committee on claims reported back
tho following bills recommending pay
ment of same, viz
Of L. H. Myers, 22 days salary as
as chief of polico In April," fy,
$M 33 $01 11
Of II. T. Martin, 24 days salary
as police constable in "April, (l
f 75 00 CO 00
Of It. K. Hillingsby, 25 days salary
as polico conititblu in April. (
t75 00 02 50
Aldorman IJixby moved that said roport
be received aud concurred in and that or
ders bo drawn on the city treasurer in
favor of said persons for the respective
amounts above set forth. Carried by the
following vole' a)es llixby, Kortmeyer,
McEwen, MeOauley, .Morris, Nellis, Phil
lips, Itittnnhouio and Koblnson--'J, nay
IIUIINKTT S lit LI..
Hill of E. A. Ilurnctt amouriting to
$258 34, for balauco due as city attestor
for the year ending March 10, 1873, was
reported back by the claims commltteo re
commending payment of $100 in lull of
Alderman llixby raovod to allow as re
commended. Alderman MeOauley
moved to amend by referring to tho city
attorney with instructions to report at tho
noxt regular meeting. Amendment
The following blllt woru reported back
by the claims committuo tsith the written
opinion of tho city nttornov to the effect
tlon aro entitled to tho tamo compensation
as judgos and clerks of stato and county
elections. Tho following aro the bills :
Jas Garland, 3 days registering and
1 day judge of election at $3 1;
O W McKeaig, J days;rcgisterlng
aud 1 day judgo of election at $J
II Able, 1 day judge of election
C C Davidson, 1 day clork of elec-
P J Purcell, 1 day clerk of election
C Lame, a days rccisterini; and 1
day judge ot election 12
ii ,1 ujrno, a uays registering and
1 day judge of election
D Arter, Udajs registering
J H Kelly, 1 day judgo of election
LW Stllwoll, 1 day clerk of elcc
A Comings, 1 day clerk of election
Wm Lonergan, 2 days registering
and 1 day Juduo of election
Jno II Gossman, ' days registering
anu 1 aay juago 01 election
A.rnoiu, 1 day juuge 01 e 1 oc
BP Dlakeand T J Kerth. 1 dav
clorks of oloction each 3 OD
Win Martin, 3 days registering
and 1 day judgo of election 12 00
H S Yocum, 3 days registering and
1 day judge of election 12 00
A A Arick, 2 days registering and
1 day judgo of election 9 00
J C White and It Fitcgorald,clerks
of election 1 day each 3 00
N Smallunburg, 2 days registering
and 1 day clerk of election 0 00
J C Talbot, 1 days registering and
1 day clerk of elect'on 0 00
21 1) Guntor, 1 days registering .. ii 00
D H Morgan, 1 dy judge of elec
tion 3 00
T W Ilalliday snd J C Zonne.
clerks of election 1 day each... 8 00
Alderman Koblnson moved to allow
said bills at tho rate of $3 a day. Carrie,
by tho following vote: Ayes llixby,
Korsmeyer, McGauloy, HorrU, Nelli.
and Koblnson C. Nays Phillips and i
Hills of II. Itliby for t'J for registering
votes 3 days, and of Jno. McEwen for SJ
for registering votes 2 days wero, on mo
tlon, allowed by tho fjllowing vote:
Ayes Korsmoyer, McGiuloy, Morris,
Nellis, Phillips, llittenhmso and Kobln
son 7. Nay 0. Alderman llixby not
srr.Err com mi tiki: report.
Tho street committee reported that tho
superintendent or streets is unablo to do
tho noce.'ssry vork roquired on streets
without ruoro won, and they recommend d
thoadoptior of tho following reicdutior,
Ko-olvui, That the committee 011 streets
bo and nicy hereby aro Instructed and !
authorized to employ at such wagos as
ctn bo igreed on, such number of Uborors 1
to assist in clearing out tho ditcbos and
drains, and cleaning up tho itroets, at
tbeyinty doeni otprJient, not to oxcocd
- in number,
On u.otlon of Alderman Mori It, said
blank wis filled with "tlx."
On tLotion of Aldorman Morris, said
resolution was adopted by tho follow n,;
vote: Ayes llixby, horsmovo', Mc
Gauley, Morris, Nellis, Phillips, ltiiton-
house and Itobinson 8. Nay 0.
Thn flnanea rnnimltteo submitted tho
following resolution, which was on motion
of Alderman MnrrU ailnnted. VlZ.i
Iteio ved. llv tho the city council 01 m
' ' ' ..
rii r n.ip. .v... .h ..!i. traiiurer oe
and Ii hereby 'initructed to recalvo Inter'.-.
cur! ng scrip In paymont for all taxoi for
Petition of Mosin. ltood & Mann wai
preiontod praying permission to remove
their woodon building now on lots 14 and
10 in block 5 to lot. 13 and 11 In lamo
block, and agreeing that whon said build-
log Is removed they will tako out tho
south and wtst walls and erect Instead
ft-inch brick walls, and.'cover tho building
with Iron. Tho petitioners askod tho
adoption of tho following rosolullon, vlr.
llotolvod, Hy the mayor and city coun
cil of tho city of Cairo, That tho prayer
of tho abovo potltlou bo granted, and that
the pot tloncrs Messrs. KocdA-Mann bo
allowed to move their laid building from
lots 14 and 15 to lots 12 and 13 in block
numbered five, as askod for, providod said
1 petitioners comply with thocondltions as
1 cot forth in their tald petition. ,
On motion of Aldorman Korsmeycr
tald petition wui received aud laid reto
I lutlon adopted by thu following vote:
I Ayes llixby, Korsiiieycr, MeOauley,
Morris, Nellis, Phillips, ltlttenhouio and
ltobituon 8. Nay 0.
I Petition of Chas. Uallghcr, It. P. Hob
j bins and II. L. Halllday was presented,
setting forth that they aro owners of land
' representing more than ono half tho
! frontago upon Twontioth streot between
Commercial avenuo and Lovoo ttroot, and
praying tho council to grant to tha Cairo
and Ylnconnes Railroad company tho
rlg'it 10 lay uown and operate upon
Twentloth street from their track on
Commercial avenue to I.uveo street, one
railroad track with such switches or
, turnouts at will enable said railroad com
j pany to place cars alongside of tho Cairo
City Mills and Egyptian Mills and such
' other buildings adjoining or abutting
upon said Twentieth streot as may bo do-
tired by the owners of such buildings.
1 Alderman MeOauley moved to grant
nm pennon, warned at follows: ayes
llixby, Korsmoyer, McGauley, Morris,
Nellis, Pnillj,Sl Hittunhouso and Itobln
son nay 0.
Tho ordinance, commltteo reported tho
following ordinance, which wat rosd by
the clerk, viz
An ordinance to .iiithnric the Cairo and
incennes It illroml companv lo lav duwii
and operate a railroad track on Twentieth
street, from Commercial avenue to Levee
He It ordained bv the Cltr Council of thp
I City or..uro .
Sect Ion I. That license and permission
I ! hereby given and granted to the Cairo
1 and Vinccnnes Itallroad company to lav
down, maintain aud operate upon Twen
tieth street, from their track tmoti (Vimmi.r.
clal avenue to Levee street, one railroad
track, with siieh switches or turnouts as
will enable said railroad company to place
cars along-lde ol the Cairo City mills and
Egyptian mill., an I uch other buildings
adjoining ami abutting upon said Twentieth
street as may be delrcd bv theovv ncrs or such
buildings, provided-aid tral-k, -witches and
turnouts are so laid, maintained and opcr
ated that the passage or men and team
over, along and across them will not thereby
be Interrupted or interfered with.
On motion of Aldorman Morris, t
rules vvero suipcndoj for the purpr- of
roading said ordinance a second inc
Haid ordinance was tbere'-i'ou Ie& B
second time and, on mot'-" of Alderman
I Itobinson, adopt-1 )' the following voto
Ayes llixby, Korimever. McGmuIoj'
I .-'-"' """' "'illipt, ltiltcnhou-o and
Kobinson 8. Nn) .0.
Alderman Morris offered th
Unsolved Thtt (nr .,.! ... . !
or alut killed by the city marshal or unde.
his direction, and removed by him out
side tho city llnuts,in accordance with tho
ordlnanco relating thereto, he shall be al
lowed the sum of ono dollar.
Alderman Hixby moved to adopt.
Alderman Itittcnhouse moved to amend
by substituting tho words ''fifty conts" for
tho words ''one dollar" in said -.solution.
Amendment' adopted by tho follow
ing vote: Ayes IJixby, Korsmoyor, Mc
and itobinson 8. Nay 0.
The bid of John 11. Oborly for tho city
printing was submitted, being as follows
to publish the journal of the proceeding'
of the city council in a public nowspapor
tjH Ciu sSit Hi! i
' mm asaaaaii 1 iTts ar . 1 m 1
I . rSaaBafc?f!!1jiBtW
H dH eosfttttitdiSM'p.iiitroHIM r-
ILDittjLiU I MOTHERS
- " - ) ' mtmr r 1
JsJUNiis HI I'HSQTm
publlthod In Cairo, for ono year from d.U
of contract, for the sum of$U and to
publish the ordinances of tho'clty and itch
othor matter as Is now paid for by the
square, for tho sum of 25 cents per ono hun
Alderman IJixby moved that said bid le
Alderman Hobinton moved to amond
by rcforring tho mo to tho printing com.
miltoo, with Instructions to draw up a con
tract with .Mr. Oborly, for the approval of
tho council, Tho amendinont was adopted
by the following vote: Ayes IJIxby,Kors
moyor, McGauley, Morris, Phillips, Hit
tenhouio and llobinson 7 ; nay -Nellis
The city comptroller reported that hav
ing received no bids for the rnmoval of
garbage In response to his advertisement,
hu had this day mado arrangements with
John Gladney to have all offal removed
at required by ordinance, for C8 00 per
month for tho months of June, July, Au
gust and September, subject to tho approv
al of the city council.
Alderman P.oblnton moved to approvo
tho action of tho comptroller. Carried by
the following voto: ayes Hlxby, Kors
moyor, McOauloy, Morris, Nellis, Phil
lips, Itlttcnhou'e and Hoblntoo- 8 nay
Tho following resolution wat ollered
nnd, on motion of Alderman Morris,
alopted by the following vote: Ayes
Ilitby, Korsmoyor, McGauley, Morrisi
Nellis, Phillips, Ititlonhoti'o and Itobln
sou S Nay 0.
ltesolvel, That the city cletk be in
structed to purchase at tho expenso of tha
city, a copy of Grott' statutes for the use
of the city authorities.
On motion of Alderman Morli", ad
journed. M.J. Hovvlev, City Clerk.
Notice Is hereby given that 01. and after
June 1, all dogt and sluts found running at
large, will be killed by me or under my di
rection, unless the required tax Is paid on
the same. I will receive dog tax on and
alter May 15 at iho city clerk's ofllrc.
5-Ktd Wm. McIt.w.K, City Marshal.
I TO LET.
I The cottage on lot 0, block 40, situated 011
Tenth street. The house hat been placed
j fn food rcpslr, and will be let to a good
I tenant. No vva'.er on tho premises, lient,
1 12 M per month. Enquire of C l.vMr
PAINTING AND KEPAIltlNG.
j t arrtages of all description repaired ami
I painted at luivcst possible prices by
j A. T. Kt'.ssKLL, 137 Commercial avenue
A new and beautiful assortment of grena
dines are now lor sale at llurger's. Call and
Ilvrgcr has a complete line ol hosiery n
nt' kind., and corsets, collars, cutis, etc 11
Swiss muslin, tarlctoii", French and Ham
burg embroideries at llurger's. (.real bjr
llurger hat Just received a lull line of
summer drrs good of every description,
which will bc Mild cheaper than the cheap.
P.ira-ol and a large Irit ot custom n.sdr
bout" and shoes are sold cheap at llurger's
j Moscovlcs is selling off at cost, 5-2 tf
STEA M BOAT BUTCHER
tlljr Mntlonal Hank BulltlluaT.
asm-Bpaclal attention paid to orjers from ittam
boata nUht or dar
: TO 82(1
Per day. Agents wanted 1 All classes of
worklni! people, ofellhor sex, young or old,
make more money at work for us In their
spare moments, or all the time, than at any
tiling else. Particulars Irce. Address
(i. Siinhon .t Co., Portland Maine.
r-s'.8' Ket.'lil nnil Prncn-It.ttn
Corner Washiiurtnu Ave.
and Eighth street.
Of chamois and rabbit ikiu
for Weak luugs.
at ha kola y unos.
FOU SOKE Til 110 AT,
Prepared and sold
llv HA KOLA Y UKOS
And Disinfectants) forStibles
At IIAItCLAY UIJOS.
Aud "Unlversa 8tandsn.
r At BARCLAY UR08,