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; tee? hi hw prepared t mpply eviryoouy
wttfclaklceftfcTiry best quality, either
t thalr houtt or t tbt store . Orders
ao57V ltVt tb offlre, No. CO Ohio
FOtFDtiR -NIGHTS 'ONLY
AJUfcRIOA'S ORE AT ACTRESS
3UW.'()RTKD'1!Y ' "
Powerful Company, Selicted from tht
Trading Theatres of Chicago, St.
t , LeutaandNew Orleans.
WEDNESDAY. MAY I3th
With Oxen ford's Frlr.e'Dramn of
THK TWO LIVES OF MARY LEIGH
MAKY LRIOII, tli a
AitUt'a wife Hill Suian Denin.
PRICKS OF ADMISSION:
Fiftt and Sbtimtt-viyk Obntb; No
axtra charge for reserved teati, ta be
had at Hartinan'i during tba day.
67-5-1 3-41 Tv Morris, Manager.
Q. D. WILLIAMSON,
. COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer In
No. 7(1 Ohio Lctcc, CAIUO, ILLS
aar Special attention
Bents and rllilnir orders.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
3KTo. XXO Olxlo Zjovoe,
MR8. L. T. BRIGGS,
(untior to riilllln and Itrlt; )
CguimercUl Are., bet., 6th nml 10tb;st.
7-4.2.1m. CAIRO, ILI.L.
K, MAXWELL & CO., x.
Masufactureri and Dealeri tn
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
'Aho Ai'enti for the
Uo. 719, North Maine Street,
v i . .
Yeaterday a deck hand or tba ittatnar
Howard, refuted to otay an order of tbe
mate, and the boat wai landed to put him
aih'ora. About twilra of the crew ro-
fused to allow their companion to bo put
off, aad a tight ensued, in which tbo male,
carpaaUr and one of the engineeri were
wounded. After struggle, the mutlneeri
were driven Into the bold of tbe boati
aal the hatch closed. At Ulekmaa the
captain telegraphed Bberirl Irrln requeit
log him to obtain a pone and bare twelve
hand cuffs at the wharfboat. The b'herjll
Ohlit of Police 'McHale.and a number of
citUeni on a tug met the Howard about
a half " mile below town,
boarded her and arrested all
the mutlneeri but one, who Jumped over,
board. "Whether he was drowned or oi
eaped by iwbnmleg U not known. The
newt that a telegram had been received
ia the city requesting a poise, created
much xclteM Mi') large crowd .was
oa Phlliipi wharfooat when the Howard
laaded. Many of the crowd expreuod
great dUappolntmeat that nobody Itti
tSFYot tbe flzmt nualltv of plattd
war go toTajiefii, J)avii A Co., Tenth
itreet. t - S3-6-l:-3t
. i". t" it .. i
jSr-Tb IVMbyte'rian sociable at (he
St. Cbarle wu -well attendeil, The
male aad reading were excellent
j$yT.sat.rrowTuK Bulletin will be
out im Ml foraa agala j;atid on Sunday
wt will Uiua a luppliroent containing, be
Ida other matter, Bret 'lfarte'i new
Uxy ntltladi ."The Jtow'of Tuolumne."
CAIRO LOCAL TCEWS.
Somebody to take ream u a thousand bill
hl gu.nl paper and finely printed, lor
One thomand statements printed at Tin
Hiii.i.ki in oillce lor 3.W.
One thotmnd note head plin'rd at Tub
Hullbtin nulce for 4.(: two thulium.' lor
Oue tliotitaiul business card', line llrlttol
board, prlotcd at TlIK llUI.LKTIN onice lor
from $a.W to 9l.oo, according to tlp.
Fill DAY', MAY 16, 1874.
FKKSli AND NICE.
A frosb lot it choice flowers Just re
celved at HmaTOL A' Stillwk L.
May 14 t
LOCAL INDEX FINGERS,
a-rtemember Susan Denin lo-nigVl,
A 'aw mors, day boarder 'mill ba
taken at tba St. Charlci at tbe reduced
rato. 92 4-2K.tr
fka?AL(inslun dmy wai ohferrnd by re
llgloui lervlcoi In tba Catholic and Ji'pls-
copal churcher, and both cre largely at-
StijrFor cheap tablo cutlery go to Par
oni, Davis & C , Tenth itrcot. f.:J--l-:Jt
fca?"" Mij. Morroll, one of tbo recelveri
or tbe Cairo A Vinceniifi railroad, and
Hon. llluford AYilion, attorney for Wins
low & AYilioa, arrlvud in tbe city yottor.
day. Tbe receiver! will take charge of
the road In a few day.
j&FikaTcLA!s board nt socond-clati
rates at tbe St. Charles Hotol.
tyl'arli ibitiki iho people of Cairo
are terribly "down on him," or tome one
would do lomething for bim, 'l'arki ii
corroct. Tbo peoplo of Cairo are. deeply
intcrtitoi in hlicaieand wilt rijolce when
ho h as been lontenced to n uojd round
torm In the penitcntinry.
t2T Wanted, ten atnt. t to $10 per
day. Call or addrcia 0. IC. Worldrldge,
Dalmonico Hotel. It
teoIn Judga Uro.t' p!loo court yes-
torday, Tim Caiey, for boing drunk wa
fined two dollar and coiti. 8m Wilcox,
for tbe lame olTenio was flnud Uva dollari
and tbe uiual fair. John Itou for dl
tutblng the peaco and disorderly conduct
wai taxed Ave dollari and colli.
baiT Wanted Two nrat-clan dining
room Kirli t tba Dalmonico hoUil.
tf Tbe avldenco In the llraeia mur
der caie wai all taken at noon on WoJnei
day. Judgo Allen, who wai engaged to
conduct the proiecullon, wai compelled to
withdraw from tbe caio on Tueiday, hav
iug received tolegram from Marion an
nouncing that hli brother was laying at
the point of death, and deiirod hit pret
enco. leirKoje A Temmo toll tbo boit ttlck
candy at 12 centi per pound.
S&" We undritand Mr. Sam. Humtn
bai accepted the poilllon of advanco
agent for tho Suian Denin theatrical com
bination and left night bafor lait for
Bowljng Green, Kentucky, wbero tho
troupe play after their engagement in
thia'clty. Mr. Ilumm h tbe right kind of
a man tor mo ouiineii, ami oi nil luccoti
i ii n aeent we Ltvn' no danl.t. The
toupe will Qnd in htm an induitrioui
and efficient advance agent.
'txVaCupi and lauceri below coat at
63-1.12-3t 1'AMONH, I)avi & Co.
gTThe Danin theatrical combination
proluced "Foarl," or "Love at Long
llrancb,'1 last night at tho Atheneurn to
an auJlotico that was a marked improve
ment upon that of tho previous evening,
and It was an appreciative one. That
Mlii Denin and her oxcellent company
are growing in favor with our play going
people wai plainly manlfoit by the man
ner In which thoy wore roceived last night.
Ai Laura IMydon, MIn Denin fully sui
UIiim hur high reputation as a deterring
and Juiaritorloui actreti. Cairo hat not
teen her oqual in a long time
Mr. Clifford as Dick KotU
ley could not havo been impr jvod upon;
1). it. AlUn u luipb Haydenj Mill Net.
tie Melroio as Alice 1'layford; MIis Hat
ley as Mariab Livingstop; MIn Li Orel
as Mrs. Time); Mrs. T. L. Connor ai
Naomi Porter, and in fact the entire com.
pany did excellently well, and were, as
tboy deierved to bo, loudly applauded.
The play for to night ii an excellent one
and will certainly draw a full home.
of comfort'' at D. Artor Ai
at D. Arter A
tbe new iaih-lock
Call and examinu
at 1). Arter 4 Co'i.
Call and examine
the new saib-lock
at II. Artet A Co's.
toirTho Novelty Parlor Fountain. Uo
and leo it at Pawsows, Davi i: Co.'i
Mkocuant who have ocrailon to riilt
Cbkagocu bu.lneu, will find the n-w
Tromont Houto more convenient to ike
wtoUialo itoroi than any other ttrit-vlais
AUCTION SALK of boot and iboos,
dry goodi, notions, etc., every night tbli
week at my aloroom, No 111 Commer
clal avenue. Louis H. Mvik,
HirMr iluelcer, at the Plaoten
bnuie, bai juit recelred a tupply of tie
belt ffeih Cincinnati beer, which be ii .
,vlt hii friendi to rait and lamplo. No
better article can be found In tbe city.
tar-Kemembor Suian Donin to-nlglit.
THE UAST MURDER.,,-
- - .1,-1 .. - X
AKRK3T OF THE VlUKDKllEit OF
INQUEST ON THE HODY
ARRKIT or KUtfXlill.
Henry Kunnur, tbe murderer .of Fred
Uancamp, wai arroited by Deputy Sberltr
John Gdln betweon threo and four o'clock
y oi torday rnnrnio on tbo Illinois Central
railroad track near Kahultr. A MorelocV'a
distillery. It seetni that after commit
ting tbe murdnr Itunnor wont up the rail
road track m far at tho Incline plain, and
onto the tranifer boat, but was told by
Captain McKlnny that he could notcron
the river unless ho got into a car. Ho left
tho boat and wont up tbe track a ehorl
distance to wait for tbo train, and whilo
waiting Deputy Cain, who wai guarding
the track, tucceeded in nrrustlng him.
Huunor wai brought back and locked in
tho county Jail where he now If.
A I lUtcd in tho extra wblcli accom
panied Tiik Uui.Lf.tin of yeilorday morn'
Inc, tbe lnquoit on the body of Hancatnp,
tbe murdered man, wai held until yet
terday morning at 9 o'clock.
At that hour Coroner (lonman cm
pannlud n jury and proceeded to tho rest
denco nf tbo decerned' mother where the
body lay, and tbo inquo't wai held,
From the evidence given beforo tho cor-
oner'i Jury, it loomi that tbe murder oc
curred in about tbll manner: Hancamp
wai very drunk, and lomo tlrno between
11 and 'l o'clock, Wcdnesdny night, went
ti ice a girl by tlw nimo ol Do-
vott who lives In una of iho
small liouioi on Fifteenth street oppoilto
tbe cuitorn houie. Mill Dovon it
appoari refused to have nnytbint; to di
with Hancamp, and ordertd him to go
away. He refused to go, and ibo then
'started aftor a policeman to take him
away. Uancamp followod her down Pop
lar itrcet to near tho gate leading Into tbo
cuitom bouso yard. At tblc point Uunner
catno up, when aTigry wordi paisei be.
tween bim and Hancamp, and they came
to blows. It wis i worn to that ltunner
truck Htnci mptwo or'.brei limes boforo
tabbing him but tbat be (Han
camp) wa too drunk to make
much of an effort ft', retlitanco. Hunner
had alarg-j knlfn in bin bund, with which
he itabbeJ Hancamp, ibo blado entering
tho loft broait n ihort diltanco below tho
collarbone, cutting one rib. entirely in
two and severing tho main artery lead
ing to tlifl hoart. Hancamp lull to tbo
ground and I'.unnor run down Pcplar
itroct to Fourteenth, whero be was loit
tight of, Hancamp died in a vary fow
minut't. Tho balance or too story u as
rotated tn tho extra published yustcrday
With this evidence beforo them the
jury returned tbe following
c. tbe undersigned jurors, sworn to
inquire Into tho death of Fred Hancamp
on oatn, do una tnat be came to nil dtaln
by a wound Inflicted with knife in the
Hand ot Jlenry Jtunner.
RUSNtr. IK JAIL.
During yeitorday forenoon several par
ties vlsltod tbo jail and were shown to the
cell whare ltunner was incarcerated, but
bo was in no humor to convene. How
ever, it seomi tbat be wai not aware until
then tbat Hancamp wai dead. When the
parly wa; ready to leavu ho came to tbo
door of bit cell and Inquired
of .lailor Fitzgerald "bow Fred
wai." Mr. Fitzgerald beiitated
a moment and then laid that ho had,'bcard
that he wai dead." When ltunner beard
tbli he became very palo and much agi
tated. To another gontlcman ilnndlni;
near ho (aid "1 it to that ha is dead ? "
He wki told than Hancamp win dead, and
that an Inqucit was then being bold on
tbo body, llunnor laid no moro, but pain
and apparently i;arcely ablo to stand up,
crept away from tho door and laid
down on ono ot the bunks in tbo coll.
Tho unfortunato man ovidnntly fuels tho
enormity of his crime, and dreads tbe
punlibment that i aim oil sure to follow it
Millisiiuv. Mrs. Jackson, formerly
Mn. Swander, is now on hand with the
obeapcit stock of Millinery in Cairo
She bai lovorod ber house oron with the
ildowalk to give tbo liidlci an eaiy en
trance and h4i loworod her prico to giro
tbom all acbancoto buy a beautiful spring
bat or bonnet and anything elio in her
lino tbat thoy may want. Hor Moro is
now ono of the moit attractive, as it has
long been ono of tbu cboapeit placoi In
town to buy. Call and ico her and bo con.
vinced, J8 6-3-1 w
It. SitVTU A Co Oiler for sale GO.QOO
old clgari, which they will soli cheap and
guaranteo to bo good tobacco and imoke
well. Ybo!e:lu from 115 to $30 per
1,000; retail, two to live cents each. One
tbouiand pounds lino smoking tobacco in
one and ono and a half poind packages,
They alio havo 10 barrels good vinegar; 3
platform counter K'alos, and ono patent
coal oil can, which they will lell at a bar
MiLLi.sr.ur. Mn. Hogarth A- Co. do
sire to call the attention of the ladlos of
Cairo and vicinity to their dinplay of mil
Unary and fancy goods. Having secured
the isrvicoi of one of the belt trimmer!
in tbo Weit, tbey feel confident tint they
can suit tbo mod exacting taite. Dreia
making done In the latent ityloi on ihort
notice. Price) reasonable. A call Is ro
spocllully lol'.i'ited. No, 114 Commercial
avenue, one door south of the popular
dry goodi itoreof J. Kurgor. 74-4-2 l-tf,
The St. Louis and Irn Mountain and
Southern railroad will havo for sale at tbe
ollleo In Curo, until May 10th, round trip
tickets to Jellenon, Texas, good until
Juno tOtli, for ?.0 4. Thli Ii for tbe
benefit of the llaptlit convention now In
loialnn at Jellenon. 31-6.7-lt
Fok Siovm, TlnwaroTolintwaro, iteam
cooking vejieli, brolleri, bird cages, Ian.
erni, gatj springs, gate hlngei, table arid
pocuot cuuery, nuung irons. Alio for
rondng, gutters and spouting, go to A.
llnllev'i. 16 Watblni!tnn nvnn.
Tenth street. tC -LiMm
Cairo, lilt, May lii, 1374, ?3J p.m
Presont: His honor, Mayor Wood, and
Aldermen Hntllday, McHweo. McOatlly,
Morrii, Nolll, .Saup,Ttilitlow30l, Walder
()n motion of Alderman Julliday, tne
rninutci of tho procoding meeting woro
approved without reading.
An ordinance ootltliid "An ordinance
giving tbo mayor Authority to rovoko li
cence!, regulating daiicj bouioi nnd other
purposci," wai raid a socond tiuis, and on
motion of Aldorman Halliday, ndoptud,
by tho following voto: Ayei Halliday,
McKwen, McOatlly, Morrii. NjIIIi. Saup.
Thlillowood, Waldor and Wright 0.
An ordinanro entlttod "An wrdinanco
requiring tho city comptroller to attend
tax iale," waA read' a second tlmo and on
motion of Alderman Saup, udoptod by
the following vote; Ayei Hllldy,
McEwen, McUauly, Morrii, Nellii, Saup,
TbiillowooJ, Walder and Wrl;ht-9.
City Comptroller Cox-rAported that ho
had contracted with John Oladncy, tub
jeet to tbo approval of tho counc'l, for
tho removal of garbago from llin 1st of
Junn to tho lit of Scptombor nf required
by ordinaiiro, lx timet ouuh wo for the
sum of Mlo 00 per month, f,ald (JIadncy
being tho loweit bidder.) Alderman
McOauly moved that laid roport bo ro
celved and that the action ef tbe
comptroller be concurred In. Carried by
the following vote: Ayos Hnllilny,
McKwen, McUati'.y, Morrii, Nellii, Saup,
Tblitlcwood, Waldor nnd Wriglit 0.
Keporlof Kx-City Clerk Howloy on gy.
dinanco booss told wai read, and on mo
tion of Alderman Halliday, roceived nni
Peport of M. S, Cox, city comptroller,
on bidi roceived tor rumiining tide
walk lumber, was on motion of Alder
man Morrii, roforrad back to committee
on itroeir. un motion ot Alderman
McUauly, tho Cymmittoo oa itrecti was
granted further time to report on gai fur
Tbo committee on claims to whom tbe
following Mill wero roferrod, reported tho
same back rocommer.din payment thero
of as followi ;
Cairo City Oa Co., for gas con
sumed in street lampi in April
in full of bill lor $318 10 203 00
K H Ounnlngba-r, for rent of
council chamber in April
J O Lyncb, for coits in sundry
cue in Co court -.....
Jul Kennedy, for removing cilice
furniture, saf, etc
S M Orr, for lumber
Dan'l McCarthy, for dletlm: pris
7 'J 5
oner! in jail .03 days 101 00
IMn'l Moumby, lor extra menu
Jno H Oborly, publlibing coun
cil procotdingi, votor'i iillida
vit etc r
J li iteed, 1 doz S-ln lllei, otc... i 'JO
(J It Woodward, 1 Uoz bolts ana
Cairo Evening 'Sun,' for publish
ing mayor'i proclamation.... 1 50
U F Parker, for glazing In elk's
Geo W McKealg, 4 dayi regis
terlng and 1 day judgo of elec
tlon, 1st ward 15 00
Jts Garland, 4 days registering
and 1 day judgo of ulection 1st
ward , 16 00
Paul O Schub, 4 dayi regiiKsring
and 1 day judge of election lit
ward 15 00
K F Davis 1 day as clerk ot elec
tion lit ward ' 00
T J Purcell, 1 day as clerk of
eloctlon, lit ward '. 3 00
Cbas Lame, 3 days regiiterlng
and 1 day judgo of election.
2d ward ! 1'-' 00
C N Hughes, 3 days reaietering
and 1 day judge of election, 'Jd
ward 12 -.0
Ij J llyrne.3 days registering and
1 day judge of election 'Jd
ward 12 00
C O Maion, 1 day ai cierx of elec
tion, 2d ward " 3 00
A A Haynei, 1 day as clerk nf
election, 2d ward .'i 00
Jno II Goii3ian, 4 dayi rcgittor.
ing and 1 day judge of election
3d ward 15 00
II F Parker, 4 dayi regiiterin
and 1 day. Judge of election 3d
ward 15 00
T J Kcrtb, i dayi regiilering
and 1 day judgo of elocliou,
3d ward 0 CO
Jai A l'hillii, 1 day clerk of
election, 3d ward 3 CO
U McMannui, 1 day clerk ol elec
tion, 3d ward 00
William Martin, 3 d.yi regis
tering and 1 day judge ol elec
tion 4th ward 12 00
F M Ward, 3 aays rexiiterug
nndl day judge of election 1th
ward 12 00
H S Yocum, 3 days regiitering
and 1 day judguof election, UU
ward 12 00
Jai 1! Sheldon, 1 day ai clerk of
olectlon, 4th ward 3 00
Cbas K Kyle, 1 day as clerk of
election, 4th ward 3 00
D H Morgan,? lays registering
and 1 day J idgo of olectlon, oth
ward 12 00
C LancaiUr. 3 days regiitsrlng
and 1 day .jjgeof election, Slh
' ward 7. 12 00
Jno C Talbot, 3 dayi registering
and 1 dsy judgo of election
6th ward 12 00
Jno P Oamble, 1 day as clerk of
election, Mb ward 3 00
K F Olinas, t day m clork or
election, 6th ward 3 00
it K Davli for use of ofllce for
election and reglitratlon, 1st
Mrs. Sullivan, lor uieof ollleo for
election and reristration, 5'.h
ward f. 6 00
The following bllli wcro reported buck
by tho same committco, without any re-
Dan'l McCarthy, 10 day's work in
charge of chain gang in April.
M Drcicoll, for hauling 1 load
lumber In April...'.
Stephen Ilradley, 3 day'i haul
ing in April
M B Power,, for hauling lO-londi
P Corcoran, 4 days hauling cin
ders In April
Thomas Mceban, 6 dayi hauling
cinders in April
Peter Conlan, 0 dayi work o
itrcet in April'
Thoi Fitzgorald, 10 dayi work on
REGULAR MEETING OF
Peter (Ionian, 16 days work on
ilderalkt , , 30 00
I'hos Fitzgerald, 9daa work on
itroiits 20 It.
M in 'Qiirin, 26 dnyi work on
llreell 50 26
Aldormtn MOau1ny mivod to allow
laid bllli. '
iVIderman TblitlowooJ moved as an
amendment that thoy bo reonmmiltcd to
tho committoon claims to report Imme
diately. Amendment carried by tho following
vote: Ayes-llnlllday, McKwen, Mc
Oaiiloy, Morrii, Nellii, .Saup, Thlslloivood,
Walder and Wrlght-H. Nays-0.
Tho bills wnro thereupon recommitted
to tho tommittct) on clalmi, wlio reported
tho tamo back recommending payment.
On motion of Aldorman Halliday said
bills worrt allowed as rcoommrtidol by tho
following vote: Ayos -Halliday, Me-
Ewon, McOatilsy, .MorrW, Nollli, Haup,
IhUllowooil, Waldor nud Vrlilit-y.
Tbu committco on rtalini it ported
back tho bill of Moody Sheldon fur ser
vices at tho 3i ward pollion olectlon day,
recommending tbat tbo ihiiid bo not nb
Aldorman Halliday moved that tbo ro
pott of the committco Ly not concurred
In and that paid bill rillownd. Motion
Aldorman Mel. won moved that tho rc-
commondntion of tho committee bo con
curred In. (Jarrlod by n vole of l to X
Petition or Mrs. C. McUoo, sotting
forth that alio lud boon taxed Iko turn
ofj'i 7 j for rep'ilrin And lowering tbo
lidowalk In front nf lot 32, block 63, city j
hut thnt laid walk It on rt levol with the
eitablishnd grAilo and almost new, and
that no work was donn thoroon. Sho
thorefore rcqueitod tbo council to relivo
her from tbu payment of said tax by bav
ing tho same stricken Irom tho amssmont
Alderman Walder moved to tnblo
Alderman Morris moved to refer to tho
cornmittoo on I'.roeti. Cirri! by a vote
of 7 to 2.
Potition of Delta City Firo Company
askiug pormisiion to hold n plc-n!c in St
Maryi park on July lib, next, was road
ana Alderman .Morrii moved to refer te
tbo committee on itrooW.
Aldorman Halliday moved ai nn amend
menl that tho cjinmlttoa on ttr.iet be in
structod to grant laid pttitlon. Amend
RKI'OItT or t JMMITrCIt ON .sTKKKT.4
i an siree; cornmittoo to wiiom wai .-o
lerrcu mo report ot u. I. (ttiiigtn, super
intendent of street, reported that they
bad carifully cxamintl tbo sidewalks, In
laid report namod, and recjmmanded that
tho following locate 1 sidawnlki bo rocon
itructod of wood, viz : On the south side
of Fourth i4th street, between Waihlng.
ton and Commercial nvnnui; on tbu weit
lido of Wnthlngton avenue, between Ith
and Gtu street! ; on the north rids of
5th strost, bb'.wocri Washington and Com
mercial avonuoi ; on the ct ido of
Waiblo;ton avanue, betwoon 5th nnd Oth
irroetsj on tbu outb idoof7th itreol,
commencing at III interfsclion with
Walnut itroct, and oxtoading ojtt 50 foot.
On the north side ot Saventh itru-st, com
mencing at its intersection with Walnut
stroot and oxUnding west to tho now walk
fronting the property of J. Y. Turner on
Sovcnth street. On tbo north silo of
nievoalh s'.roet,betwoan WaibingLm ave
nue and Walnut street. On the oait -idi
ol Poplar rtreot from Division itr.M'. to a
point 60 feet north of tho northerly side
ofTwonty-firststrnat. On tbo south sidn
of Twonty-flrst atrjut brtwojn Poplar
and Sycamore streets.
And r.!o McommendnJ that tho follow
ing walks be rocomtructol of brick, viz
On the south lide ot Kighth street, le-
twoarr t aihingtnn ami Commorcial ave
nues; on tno nortri ndn ot Kighth itroot
botwonn Washington avenue and Walnut
itrcet, and on tho fill liilo of Wanhing
ton avenue batwoen Kighth and Ninth
Tho committee alio otl'erotl tho follow
ing resolution, viz :
Koiolved, That the ordlnanco commit-
toe bo instructed to pri-paro an ordinanae
to carry into otl'uct tlio foregoing report.
On motion of Alderman McOauloy the
report wai concurred in and tbu resolution
accompanying laid report adopted.
IlKfOI.UTIO.VH XUU MOTIONh.
I!y Alderrnau Halliday.
Jlosolvod, That tbe city comptroller be
and he ii hereby authorized to nurcliain
at the lowest prico obtainablo so much
lumber as may bo Decenary for immediate
use in ropalrlug and reconstructing ildci.
On motion of Alderman Saup said m
olution was adopted.
Tho following reiolution by Alderman
Halliday was read by tho clerk.
"Whoreai, Waihington nvenuo ii one
of the prlnciplo avenues of acceri to the
city from tne country ana can bo ropnlred
at leu expenie and sooner than any of
tho other roadi Into tho city, Tboreforo
Kcsolved, That tbo cornmittoo on ttreoti
and drainago bo ai.d thoy hereby lira i;u-
tborized and instructed to havo Wash
ington avenue immodittoly tempor
arily repaired from Eighteenth
itreet to tho 'croning cf tlfo
northerly leveo to soon as It is practicable,
and for tbat purpose that they bo and ura
hereby authorized to employ such mon
and teams as may bo noconary for tho
work; or may let the work out to tbo low
m t bid Jor as may bo doomed best by thorn.
Aldorman McKwen moved to tnblo.
Lost on a dlvliion by h vol? of 3 to 0.
Alderman Halliday moved to 'alopt. Al
derman Thlittewood moved to amend by
Initructlng tho street committee to have
all tho itrcets and avenues in the city re
paired. Amendment loit. Ayos 3, Nyi 0.
Tho motion to adopt was then carried
by tho follwing vote; Ayes Nollls. Mc.
Oauloy, Ssup, Halliday, Morris mid
Wright C. Nayi Thiitloweod, Mc
Kwon and Wilder 3.
Tho following ri'iolution by Aldorman
Halliday whs in motion of Aldorman
McOauloy adopted by tbo following voto:
Ayoi-Hallid-iy.McUaulry, Nollli, S.iup,
Thiitlcwood, Walder, Wright nnd Morr a
3 Nay McEwen 1.
KeiolvoJ, That with a view of mcor.
talnlng tbo prnbablo cost of filling Com.
morclttl avonuo north of Twentieth' itreot
to grade, tbo itrcot committee ro
hortdiy authorized to omploy an on.
glnoT tn rnako nn ostlriiata of tho
nunlbor of rul.if yards of flllfni; rqniril,
dividing -aid ntimato In i"( lions nt fol
l int. Ac artainluir what amount of
filling Iho Cairo and VlncHinai railroad
company will do In raising Its trnek to
gude; tbo oitimatii IPling r'quirrl on
oacli lido railroad l)lwenn Twentieth and
Twenty-fllitli alVM'tij thon amount fill.
ng reoulrnit nn r:trli ndnol railroad Irom
aouth llnnTwonty-olgbth ilrel to Thirty-
roitrth stnvt; Hum nmoiint lining rivuiril
n oneii ililn ol rauroa i irom south iMii
I Tliirtv f urlb ilreot to lever: lo. civ-
ni; tin) iuiii if tli4n rtiinatn, tbn colt of
naid i:tiinatw not to oxecr.d f 26 00.
Alderman NhIIIs oM'errcd tbo followinf;
rRiolutiori. whicli will adoptnd by tbo fol-
owing voti: Aeilln1liday, .Mcdaii'y.
MaF.w..i, Wullli-.Siiip, Thlillnwood, Wal
dor and Wright . Noes Morii 1.
Kumlvd, That tho city comiitroll"r bo
rutruelwl to glvo tbo iwco-inry lxty
lavs nol'i'B to tbo Mtporiritoiiderit of tbo
Cairo city Ki otnptiy, t" torminiitn tbo
prt'iHtit eoniruci 1 r lighting rtreot lamps
nnd tliu oily iiiiiioings.
Tho following rwoltitifn wjii road by
lUtolvtxl. Ti.it Iho citv romp'.roller
bo, and ho l hrruby lottruetcd Jto procure
ana iinvn riiinir, i.v) woviinn iiu1p lor
Iho clerk i nmw, Aldnrmtn
moved to ailiui'. Alderiimu H-illlday
moved, an fwnendmerit. to t.roviiro ton
liulwul nt Hvt. AiHoiuImniit oarnntl.
Alderman Mi'IUuly moved the ndop-
lion of the following motion: "Tteat the
oily a'.tonipy b instriieled to report ht
uovt regular mMlIng on tbn petition of
M. Ilouragnn; whfli was ruforrd tn lilin
Tho mayor liorninatod Woi. .Mi lisle
for the I'lli" of city marshal arid rhinf of
policy. Nut confirmed. Aye ( HnllldHy,
McKwen, Morrif, Thiftlewcod nnd
Wrliht-6. Nay M-.Uauloy, Nollii,
Satipnnd Walder I.
Tho mavor nomiuntod Andrew Cnln
for the oiUo of night policu contab!o.
ConflrrnoJ. Ayee Halliday, McKwon,
McUauley, Morn), Nellii, Saup, Thistle-
wood, Walder and Wright. Nnyl
Tbe mayor nominated Henry T. Martin
for tbn oflt'-o "f night pjlicu cotuVtblo
Conllrmeil. Ay Haliiday, M"Ew!n,
McOauloy, ili'rrii, Nelll, Snup, Thistle
wood, Walder and Wright '. Nay 0.
Tbo mayor nominated John Sbeehan
lit tbo ofllce of night police ronsUble
Confirmed. Ayes Halliday, McKwen,
McCauley, Mnrrw, Nn!li, Saup, ThiitU
wood, Walder and Wright . Navs 0.
The mayor nominated W. W. Wuoton
for th') otBoo or night police i on stable.
Confirmed. Ayos IlalliJny, McKwen,
iUdauley, MorrU, Nellii, This:!eW'Hd
and Wright 7. Nayi Sui nnd Wai
Thu insyur nominated Chariot Mehnor
fjr the office of night polica constable.
Confirmed. Ayea IlailiJuy, ilcKwun
McOauUy, MorrK, Niillia, S,up, Thntlo-
wood nnd Wright U. Nay-Walder,
The mavor noroinalod fur tbn i fll.-e of
day police constable, J. O. Lnltuo. Con
firmed. Ayei Halliday. aicLwen, Me
Cauley, Morrii, Nellii, Haup, Tbinllowood,
Wa'.dor unit Wright- it. Ntya 0,
Tbo mayor nominated .M.S. Ox for tbe
ollleo of city comptroller. Confirmed by
tho following vot Ayi JUllldny.Me
Ken, Mo(iauly, Morris, Nelli, Saup,
TblitlowooJ, Wnbfer nnd Wright 8,
Tho mayor nominatwl Unni 1 J. 0UI-
gan for tbo ollico of city mperlnlendnnt of
itreeti. Contirmed: Ayot Ilallidty,
Mc Ewon, Mc(Julfy, Morris, ;4ollii,SaMp,
ThUtlawood, . alder, and Wright-'J
On motion of Alderman Morrii the
council adjourned. Alderman McKwen
movod n roinnderntioti of tbe rte to
Upon tbn rnanembllng nf (fait council
tbo mayor nomlrmtod Daniol MeC.-.rlhy
for rlty jailor. Cnnflrmed by tbo follow
Ing voto: Aym Halliday, MeHwen, Mc
(iauley, Morrl, Nellii,Saup,'l'hltlow'0l,
Walder. nnd Wright. Nays-0.
On motion of Alderman .McOauloy tho
"Will. K. Hawkixh,
Th undorslgnod hm no interest in any
biiiinoii In tba ntimo nf Thorn Jnnup
or .inup my tlii, ami will pay no
debt iiiiiois oontrneted by hlmiolf in
dividtially and in hit own name.
Iap. K. i.i.vTitr:.
May 5, 1871 :!ti.6-7-3t
WlIV Jill Anim, wbero did you get
that n ico hat? At SUs. Huh.' .Mil
linery storo, corner of Waihington av
nituo and Klorenlh itrcot. Sho hni tho
latest frtihlons, and the nicest and cheap-
oit hats that ever eanio to Cairo.
Piano For Salk. Firit-class lovon
and iv quarter octavo piano iiheap for rail),
or can bo traded for, pant oitih nnd 11
anro In droll good; or opnn to any other
trade, by addressing XXX,
Tiik .Mositok. For the Monitor, tho
bofl coal C)ok Stove over mmlo orjbo
Fashion, '.lie rtmnipion wood Cook of tho
West, go to A. milny'r, 108 Waihlngto
uvtnuu, near Toiith itrott.
Stki- and Kxtonsioti Ladder, Sand
Scrcon, Kiddle, Sieve, Shovel, Spadu,
Forks, Hoo, Kiil.o, AVater Closot Urlunli,
Kltahon und Com Pool Sinks, Clotlios
Kingeri, Cliches Hanoi, Clothoe Lincin
and, in fact, it full uiiortmont of kitchen
and Homo furnishing goods at A. Hal
ley', 108 Washington avenue, near Tenth
May 1-i.owki;. Tor thobe.-t ioi cook
ttovo buy tho eolobrated May Flowor,
For tho belt wood cook Ptoro buy tho old
reliablu Charter Oak; famous for giving
utiifactIori ovurywlipro and V"Iiig eipecl-
ally adsp'i'il to tbo wnnli of ovcry lioiuo-
hold. I keep it largo vnriuty of other
cooking stovri, which aro bought for cash
and will be sold chcipor than tho. oboap-
ost. If you want a oup erf good coflco
for brenkfait buy tho l'lanlihod CoCoo
Illggln or French rotlco pot, A full sup
ply of Hrltntila cotfeo and tea poti always
ou imml. Don't forget tho placo.
O. AY. Hitndkrsov,
70-1-21-lm 1U0 Cora mf mini nvo., Cn r
A furnished houto, No. 30, Thirteenth
itrcot. Apply to Mr. Kato Sundtiikv.
JtOOMS TO ItKNT.
In Wilcox block, AVaiblnglon avenue,
at tho lowest figure. 10 4-3-lf.
Twf pound! of brown ingar for $1 :
pounds best coflco mgar at $1, 3J pounds
of f hoieo butter nt $1; baking powdor 45c
per lb; Imperial tea at $1; potatooi 30
cents per peck; 2 lbs coflco Fl.at Wilcox's
Illork. 107 2-4-1m.
Tho Indies Society of tho Presbyterian
church will girnan entertainment consist
ing of music, reading and tableaux, at the
St. Charles llolol, on Thursday ovenlnu,
tbo llth, nt a o'clock, Admission 26
coots. 61. 0-12-nt
ilOUbE FOK ItKNT, '
Tho two itory brick homo Corner of
Twentieth and l'oplar itreuti. Is for rent
at n-!ow price. The hotio ii new, with
good storo room on flrit floor and dwoll-
'nB "P tIr'. Enquiro at tbn Accommo-
dation botiio, No. Ks Ohio lovee.
65.5-13.t2t It. E. White.
A meeting of thn trustees of tho Or
phan Asylum of Sotithe'n llllnoli will
U bi'M nt thn ollleo of Dr. 11. Wanlnor,
at 4 o'clock p.m., Monday, May 11, 1874
IC6.lo.lt II. II. Caniikh, Hocrntary.
Second-hand clothing, watche, jnwelry,
plttnl, A'C, bought and sold, Also n lot
Drum-ID' carpet, furniture, tti., for alo.
Jppwilo (!alro and Vincente railroad
lojtot. m 2-27-tf M. Covnk
A new houin containing threo root.ts
and fido porch, two gool lota, cistern
and slablo. Thu property ii situated on
Twnntv-flnt itroct between Walnut and
Clar strwits. For further particular
inquire nn tho primlc. 31.6-7-1 tn
li. C. Koilnn, Director of Conservatory
of Music, and Teacher of Vocal, Organ
anl Piano Mutic. Instruction given in
nil stringed and wind instrument. Ele
mentary prlnciplo, thorough ban, bar.
tnony nnd counter point. I'npr-roJerited
inducements otl'ered. Thosi wiahltig to
secure his service) will pUaio apply at
the Conservatory of Mmlc corner of
Twelfth itreet nnd "Washington nver.ua
PIhd( tuneil f.nd repairod.
Are eollirm Cent's half bora at Ci cents
wr do eti.
Y.iu can buy (uenswnrn and Cutllery
a t'bcrtp ut D. llarlman & IV , in In buy
other par: cf the country.
A largo tortrna:.t of I.aJn- Jnccnnt,
Nainrook nnd Victoria I.iwn can be
bous;lt chfnp nt D. IIautM.w A t'o.i.
WhnmM ilk plaids ran bo had nt 16
rents per yard ut 1) Haiituan A: Co'rt.
A large nisortmont of Drown, White
and Punish tablo linen at
i). JLumiiN A Co's
Tho belt Mock of ilrown Linen and Cot
t Hinder em bo fiNind at
. D. Hart may & Co'a
l'welvo ynrds bloriclic-1 Domestic one
yard wide, for ?I at
D. Haiitmav A Co i
A largo itock or Lawn, corded and
plain Alpacas, cordeil Jaconot, and Per
call ran ii found in beautiful sty lea at
1). Haktiian A Uo'i.,
COltNEK SIXTH HTKEET AND
Sirno I'i.y. AVarm wealhnr will soon
lie horn. Now is thn limn to guard ngalntt
Hies, ;nnt r.nd mosquitoes. I will say to
thn public thnt 1 nm making n iporialty
of green wire rloth this soaion and will
dupllcato Chicago nnd St. I,ouW
irlce. I alio keep ronstantly nn
hand a largo varlotyof Ilird
Cage-, Mots Ilnikct, Flour Stands,
Toilet Set, Jlitli Tub, nnd a gen
eral toek of Japanod, plain nnd itamp
pod tinware, Kefrignratori,A'alor Coolere
and io:h' IXL ico Cream Froezars.
Alio tho Oiloll Improved Step Ladders,
which will bo (old at bottom flguroi.
C. W. Honilertan, 100 Commercial av
enue, Cairo, llli. 77 t-24 lm
AVAK.M, AVAKMKK, AVAKMEST
la this itoathor, when tho mercury in
tho thnrmonioterhaa nicendod in a bai
loon mid nothing short of a Florid cos
tume i cnduratlo, It is not wonderod at
that ponplu nro picked up In ipoti. Koep
cool is our odvlco. AV.ear light clothes.
In t!iu time of a -scarcity of tho "where
with to do the thing gontodl," It Is a ques
tion of groat lrnportauco "whore 1 can
buy tie cboapeit." Echo aniwori at
Farnbskor's, Fnrnbnker, the people's
favorlto clothier, lias juit received the
largoit stock nf summer clutblug ever
brought tn Cairo. Linon stilt, $3 60 "
Uoat?l. riidorwear in great variety.
Kcop your Imad cool hbovo all things.
Panama ball nt Furnbxkcr's $1 60 n
Notko is hereby given tbat tho widnr-r
slgnod will soil at privnto sale until ."'.on
day May Iflth noxt, and, if nut told at
that date, nt public sale, tho entire outfit
of tho botul proporty situated on Levee
itrcot bolow Eighth and known n tho
I'Soutbcrn Hotel," conilitlng of furntturo
carpots, ba'Jdlng and all tho rcquiilto lie
coisnry In keeping a first clan home.
Tb 1 1 ho'.ol lmi lately beon put in thorough
repair; Ii located lii thn buiinen centre of
the city convenient to both rullroad and
iteambmt,. nnd I in a I way a enjoyed tho
reputation of being n first class establish
ment. The piirclihfer, should It tin do.
tlrod, ciin obtain nt tba tamo tlmo, nn un
expired lenso for tho term of threo years
at n moderate rental. Tor me: small cath
payment nnd balntico In tlx nnd twelve
months, icciired by mortgage. Apply at
tbn promlios to Mr. T. N. Oavknev.""
Cairo, lilt., May llth 1B7I 60-5.12.fit