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" omn.NANrE NO. 81.
Providing lor tnr annual appropriation-, for
1 the flcal Jr ei.ditm April mth. .1678.
He it ordained by tuc e I y council or tin
city nt Cairo ,
.r.Tios 1. That, lor the purpose ed
frajlnsthc ne.cs.iry expense., or the cor.
noratlon for the iWal year ruling April 1.0,
1K5, ami paying ccruln nihilities nlrtintl)
Inctirrrtl. Uir tollowlng Minis, or Ml milt ti
thereof as may lie required, be, .end Ihcy
are heieby appropriate!, for Inr lo'lowm.
1. Thcmmnl f.ii' 4(f'r Iho pnrpo-r
ot paying 'ntcicst on sundry botul ol the
C'&Tlie mm id $!),StO for tlie purpose ot
paying interest on bonds Untied to Fox,
IIiits rJ V Co.
& Tim tutu ol i3,1C0 for tho pnrpme ol
pavlmr Intcroit on bonds issued to tin; Culm
A M. loiili Itallroad Company, lalicinl) de
livered bv trustonl
I. Tbe mm of $luO,forthe pnrpno nl n-
lug oonm tine, nun uccoiuiii'; one. neton
April W, ls7f.
G. Tlio sum of ftl.GOO. to tav ninouiitH rr
relied in loan lroin cltlem for gravelling
Levee etrcct, between llli antl lltli Htrcit".
0. The sum of $4,0uo, to p.iy primipnl and
Intercut on oiustaridlinr citv warrant".
".Tlio of mm SPi.fiOO, to pay salarlonif
vanout cuy omoert, liiciuuiiig tuc pence
X. 'I lie mm or$:,ooo, to elrfray ttm met of
liiuiuiug, reconstructing ami repairing tnii
H. The mm ol J 1,000, to defray tlio e-ot
ol lllUoir and renalriui- street-..
10. The mm of 2,f03, lo bu expended for
11. Tnaicuni of S2.000. to defray the t?Y
pcntci ot tho boaru of health, including mil
ary ofbcaltU olllrcr.
12. Tho mm of i 1, MX), to defray the ox
uensci ol tlio I Iro !) piriuicut.
ID. Tlio turn of Wl.0 to tlelrav tlio ex
pense, of tho city clerk's ollleo and council
It. Tlio mm or $210, to defray tho cv.
pense ol city election.
lit. Tho euim ol I,(W lo defray expenses
ol city Jail niu ejriiiitf pri-oncrs.
1(1. ivio mm or ?. to elolray I lie c v
je nc orpnntlny, lf rulfujx and ml ertllntf.
17. Thoslllii or ;I,IKM Id Jitiv for gas, or
oilier iixiii inr uo oi mo cuy.
If. Tic bum ol for contingent
lti. Tho mm or I.."nX). r.ir cxncnci tol-
Icclinij pncral warrant ror Js7l.
ApproMd .lulylxth, l7(.
John Woon, Jl.iyor.
Will K. 1Iakins,
J.evvlnj and n"clng Mc for tho year, A.
!., Mi, lor corporalo piirvoc!i.
He it ord lined by the City Council or the
cltr or Cairo.
SntuoN 1. That tlio mm of i?y.00rt 1
hereby lelod nwd ii'MMcd upon the roul
and pcronal proiicrtv within the city ol
Cairo, mbject to tixatfon, n the mine ! a
f efeu for ftatc and county puipoios tor tin
Sue. 2. The mayor nnd elty clork ol .itd
city of Cairo, hall, on or bolore tlio second
Tuetday In Auau-t, Mi, oortllv to tlie
county cleric of Alexinder countv," ttiat tin
city ot Cairo reitilre the Mini "ol $r),ti0i.
to be raltcil by taxation, lor citv purpvt.
Src 3. Tho county oolleebir ot Hild Al
exander county, Is hereby authorised to rc
clTcrity order? or warrant-, in payment or
tac Mid city taxes, to cxti nt of otie-hall oi
ths bital amounn collected from all pcrton
and bodie corporate.
Sr.o. 4. H nall be the duty of the cltj
trea-urer, w b'never the county collet tor of
Mid Alex-iudcr county shall pay over
to him dtytaxi' in money, to apportion
t"ie wae aniun the land knoMU a- in iie
rillnterest fund ; 1'ox, Hotvanl A Co, In
trt: fund; Uona Kedimptlon fund, and
fund to pay amiunt received in loin from
cHUctH tor ffrareltn l.evec street, in pro-I-jrti'in
as the sum. p?roiriated for said
iund are t s the atrount m paid over b
the collector; and, when the abl inlleetnr.
.hall nay over to the said treasurer, city
laxei n otvlern, or vrarranta, to plseo m
amoumof nine In the Ueneral fund.
Approcujuiy lim, iS7t.
.lous NVoon, Mavor.
WlLt K. HAWKtN-i.
onniXANci: so. 3.
To amend -ection .71 orordliun. c N,. 1.
He It ordained be the Cllv Couoctl ui the
cltv of Cairo :
bBCTlo.v 1. Tint e-Moii 31 of ortlinince
No, 1, be amended h nddlni; thereto: "And
tb mayor may apiioliit ruch person or per.
iBi by and with the ooiiH-nt orth con a, il.
a he shall deem nei.itry to a.it ihv yi
lieo ofllcr lo n thorough eniorn-meiit el
the proriion orthii n-citon."
Approved July 13th, IsTl.
Joit.v lVoon, Mayor.
Will JC. 1I.uvki.n.
OltDlNA.Ni i; NO. Si.
I'rovldlBi! tor the cun-truction of, a brick
ldewalu m seteoui ircot, between
WahlDi,-ton avonue and Walnut stret.
He it onlalned by ttiet.it Council ol the
elty or Cairo:
Ubction 1. Tint a brick aidowalk be
eontrocted on Uie North mUc ol Sci nth
Mreot, between Wa-hini:ton .avenue and
Walnut street, eoinmeiu'iu-- at thu uaster
line of lot No. U. in hlock No. fit, and ex
tending e:nt to the catvrly line ot lot No. 1
In block No.fd, where naid walk lntorectt
with the sldewalu ou the v.et slJeor Wash
bf.C. 2. Said brick sidewalk nhalllio tin
feet wide. It shall ho constructed ol hunt,
wcli;turned brlcK, comp'ictly ami properly
laid In herring bono manlier, in a bed f
coir sand, not Iom than lour Indits thick,
placed on a firm and kun.uantlal bed ot co.il
cinders or earth, ami shall he so laid to tin
Krade ostabll-hcd by the provi.iloni ot onti.
nance No, IK), .'aid walk shall he laid u ith
a nlopo downward toward tbo curb, of ouo.
third of an inch to the loot. A cirbluu of
sound white or burr oak i lank, three incite
thick and at leat tourtcen inches wblc, to
bo spiked on with tlilrt) petmy mills, to
sound white or burr oak sUKms twiiaud i,
ii:ill Icet long and Hire, ImiiH siju.nc,
placed ou thu outside ol s.ud curbing, nni
lUJro than live Icet apart.
Six!!. The local Improvements her, in
provided for, skill be madu hv
special ajseksnicntii and In nccord.mec witii
tiio provisions of section- is to ,'il inclumc
of articles U of the act of tho g neral a-seiL-bly
of the btato of Illinois, upproved Apill
loth, ,1872, utid cillitleii : "An act to proiJc
tor the Incorporation ol eltl. aud village- '
ntmUm..oftmitxpeni!ii ot the r(ll,.ml..
u. b.,11, riuanuiKP rnuillIB lull. I out 1,1
HKC. 1. The owneri oi'Bny lot fronting or
bordering on said sidewalk shall l,o allowed
Hill lj ui) auci me iiiuB in which it,n r.
tllirtncu shall taku elfecl In which to lmil,l
said sidewalk oppoil hi-lot, un I iliciebv
jctictu iuu raiuo irora acs"iiiHiil ; provitkd
mat me won; snail, in an icivuts, cmiilrm
iuv iciiuiituuciii in iiiih oruuiaiice and
,1, t.ll.r...,!.... II
.-w iu'ia, .iuu ui iiu coinumuic on
aKC. o. cpon tuc expiration ol tin- s,
imriy uayi, tuc cnv cicik kUall imlduli in.,
tlca lor ten day In the paper publishing the
oruiaances nj tnu city, scttjug futth that
seated bld for fiirnHiliig tho material, or
uuiuK uiu vvorK, or iioiii, lor tlie construe,
tlotiol said sidewalk, directed to tho cm
tuuucii, win ne rccoivod at til. milee tin to
the time ot the nieelli-of the elty coi null
ror the opening of unlit bids, which nieoliua
Jh vlinWr ,,,u" 'K'l-liilir
. , . "' ""J' iroill I1U1H or bald llotl.J!
whldi nollco shall stato the tin," of ' "Lt
bill stMo the time of sm,i
.uk...ii u,j ,ncr 30UI0 vurh to be tlune
imiubcr and datu or approval, and that .,, ?
orditiaoeo t sublet to oxau Inaiio. i '
time utbuoti co. Saul hid. ki,n i...
ume ui iiuj omce. aam nuis shall Im .,.. ',
. . .., - .. . r" "iium iil nnv
by tho clerk in tho mescncH nr n, ... V.1
and tbo contract lor doing ti, wrt
fiirnlihlug tho matorial. or both, lor toe con
sructlon of nald sldti walk, shall be awanle i
to the lowest rospoiinblo bldtler, who si
auilkiunUy guarantee, lo tho saillfaciioL it
tho elty council, tho furnishing of laid
material or the pcrlormauco or said work
or both, under tho HUjieriiiltndcnce of the'
committee on streets; within duch tlino a
way be Uxcd by contract, Ifanldclty council
iloeiu It expedient in iiu sn ' "ul
Il sald bltlsnre nut satlHaclorylo tho Cy
Oouncll, they may rejtt t anyor iillorthoi i
anil may t'icn, or tbereaitcr,' autborlo said
hltlewalk i) be constructed l.v -,,..i
a ihey mav think jirnpcr.
Approved July istii, lull.
Attest 4UUN V'00"' Major-
tnwrnw arm rr- m
'I lU ll like fllllll II
fllllll II .
UlOII .III I bill
I I ItH. I, llll
r .hi 1 i hi :
1. 1. .,11 I,
OlIO tlllitl.atlll Mtcnielits tiHi.lr.il nl 'I nr
lUiiXKfi.N uillco lor i3M lO-IIM.
i Nol IIiiI,
Onu HiKllMllll Mile licfiil. inhilMliit Tin!
HUI I.t llN' lllllcc till' 1.(0 t' IWIlllKIIK 111,1 Inr
II. Ml. I
I Mir I hrilfi ml liimliiox rn ,l. linn llriliil
boitd, piliili ilnt'l'ill: 111 i.i.iim.v iiiliro lni
from y'.'.fiil to jil w. ncconllny t lc
TUKSU.Vy,.fUIY 2H, 1874.
Jolly clnMPs fit
A kum. lino or Jolly ylaisns nt llart
fioMKrutNii Nkw. a now thitii; in
'ully (liiekus Ht llnrtman't. C7-T-10-tf
KULLlVAti. Drugs, incdiuinoji, jicr.
fumory, uvorythlng In tho line, at T.
K. Miilllvmi'ii, 10'2 Cominorvial nvontio.
All tha day bo.rJarj iu tho city can
bj (iccommodntud ut tho .St. Clmrleii
holol, with ilral-olasi hur.rd nt kocojhI cliisj
rat. , 7l I-Itl.tf
The IIkit. Tho gonoral vordlct l
thkt T. K, Hulllvnn'n so In vrntur in tho beet
In tlio oily. Try It. No. IU Commer
cial itvenue, belwoon Ninth nnd Tenth
I'oit Kknt. Two rtimii", eultiiblo ror
otlloo ami bed room, ovar Htinry'n lmrd-
wiro ttoro, Coinmorcial uvonuo, mrin r
Kith (trcet. T-lU-tf
Oitm An: CoNi'ir.TH. Tho Ueltu Citv
lurid will j;ivo Mi ojioa i.ir concert up
town to-night, or courso everylody will
bo mit nod onjoy.tho lino muncial treat
the Delias will givo them.
AVAK-reu. At tlw Plantors' house.
dining room girl, who cah speak tho
German language. Good wage nnd n
yood fitustlun will be fjivii lo tuch girl
njiptyir.(f iminedktoly. 7.2'J.tt
Ioat. Kitlier on Commercial uvcnuo
Ohio levee, Kigbth or Mxth street?, n gold
K. of l',..jal, with tho letter "K. 1. II,"
ODgrared on it. Tho finder will bo suit,
alio rewarded by leaving it nt Tun JIul
JOmx oiSce. at
I't.VK Gf.s-. Urosch loader, lUbound
Ir.g Leeks, Lurainated Stool llarrela with
Utott lmprovomeaU. Oa exhibition nnd
for sale, at Henry's Hardware Ss'.ore
corner Coninuroial atcquo and Eighth
AjiTHEK Uavk I'akty. Made curious
by th jvo',i;l oommuntcatlun of Mr.
I llurne'.t oa the, Saline county cave, ai.
other pitty propose to vuit the nv.ural
1 wonder XU: wi,k. And wo will aim
felljw tho cintnple of tho ixplerers In
;o d time. Thi week's party will
bij corapoifd of Auditor Rollnioa ntd
Tre.in:rr Oakley, of tho O. i V J!. 4t.
Vu. Alli'j; o.v Jis.i.mn:a. In his ser
mon at the Methodist cliuri, on Sunday
night lajt, he. A lira rftforred to the ueit
Lidinj; scandal. Ho tnid ho did not know
whother Ueechwr was HU'lty of tho enmo
chnrgeJ, but it was clear that something
hid been csncealed tho public had ft right
Stbiu aid Gas Ktrnxo Nawland
4 I'.ennie hav enured Into a ro-t-irtner-
ship, and kavo oponed a shop on Commer
cial avoauu, uoit door to IVrry Power's
livery stable. Thoy ari now roadr to d
all kinds of Steikm ar.il Gas fitting,
Drive-Welt Work and Plumbing. Special
attoatloa piid to ropklring pumps. They
f ollolt e, ahr.re of public jiatronage, and
guarantcj thoir work to bo vrsll done.
Washington ji.vkkisv. Mr. Joseph
l'.oneker hits taken churgo of tills well
known Oitabllshiiiont, f.nd wil, on and
alter to-day, bo ablo to iiinnlv thi
- f m
public with choice bread, Including
15o;ton, llrown and Graham bread, besides
cakes cud coiiftetioi.nrius of overy de
scription, lleing an oxnurienced and
skilful bnW, Mr. Itonokor will not TbiI to
satisfy all who patronixe him. Mo
'iS'ashlisglun bvenuo. :1S-7.2-1iii
lUv. Mn. Snottki ox JiiiKntF.B rho
distingiiishe 1 colored dlvica o! this city,
l'ev, Mr. SLoros, s.ys ho does not eyinrui.
thise v'.th tbo iradutiors ot' I'.hv v
lluoeher. Ho holds Mr. lleijchir to x tha
graaten of living mlnlitors, and says Uiti
unotniis ut Lord ium always irylng v
urag uown LU eialtott ei.rvaiits. Mr.
Shore knows, from a sad oxpormuce. how
lying tongues may poiitm truth, and ho
will not uellHVo Uowher did anv net
hidijie; until tho chargo has Leit pr.von
oy unimpeacahlo ovldenco.
cii-HswiLKs Sai.p. Hj virtue oi sev-
era! eiHuituns In fuvur of dilforont per-
ne, mm agairui wm. Winter, I will
nommunee uuUuly ad M.d oontioua from
ury m ut uuui noit, Hi I lie sinrohouie ot
W iii. uitur on Cotnmorciul, avsndu 1
twoen ,'joventh i.r.d Kighth-.itrooU, tbu
otitlre Hook ul hirdnarG ojf Vfm, Winter,
jyi.l.lint; ol atoviw cC nil doscnniljiu
ouuury nra all nrlieles which mav bo
lutind is fk Imrdwitro slurp ,i ni. . .. i...
ui nquora and I'ino!. '
n3tod Cairo, Ill.s, July U7tb, 187 1.
'J "-'iT-d lt John JJoqak, Coniitiblo,
i-f in very mueli thojollspriiig or pliya.
I' a. il'.-ht alib and fejM.i slmnnclK. Dar
ing tintrthird of our timo tho processes of
digost.on must go on In our bodio, and if
thr it'imauji, iaiid bowiils are pot woll,
nothing is wo'l.' To bo dyf poptlo l'i to b'
misurablu; moroovor, dysjiopsla is Uio
iouudationof leviir and di.iaios of tbo
blood, liver, skin mid kidiioys, DyHptip-
i iiivarmuiy yinms 10 uio virtues of tho
TpBel&blo ingrodionti contained tnat
gr(iit purlflor ol tho blood i.nd rostorur of
hohltb, Uu. WALkKHh Cai tioiiNiA Vis.
y.r.Ait JJlTTL'iit. j. ' ! . I vwA.-1
Auction. - On Thursday iiiornint;,
July 30th, at Pi o'clock, at the residence
of Oil. Wood, on Wnltiut ttroot, botweon
t-oventh and Jllf-hth Htrcots. Furniture
and household Rood, consisting of ono
fino repp parlor sett, ilno bureau, ward
robes, waslmtnudi', bedstuaiU, window itir
taitis, rfttpot', chiilii1, mfes, inatreSK",
dinirc rooin nnd hiUhuii fiirnlturo, In
fai t, n n cntlro outfit fur leoplnc limwc
Tho fiirniluto i, nearly now and n i;m d
M now. Lot in II. Mki Kiip
Ju-liCK Ci v.NtxtiliAM, l'.f(., npprarod
in his own bnhoU'yesterdiiy boforo Ksqiilro
Uinl. Tim o.'i4ii ws Ciinniiiglrim vs.
Ilciiilnor, for hnek ii i ro. Houtl'ner bad
aertdlii olNats, hiu! doiiiCil tho dull. Mr.
Ciuihlru'liHiii hldrnted the court for
about twenty miniilo', vory lure.ilily, show
l"K Kroiit knowlodo of tho law imvl mak.
Ing n difplny of elniuonco that surprised
many of his huarerJ. -Mr. Wobb In-
formod us that ho had not hoard nil tho
nrgumont, but what hn did hoar was lino;
thnt ho doubted whulhor suy lawyer In
tho city could havo ilono bailor. Judgo
Hlrd said tho dddrose win oxcullont; nnd
lloull'nor wan nlmost jicrauadpd by it to
achnowlodgij tlio "corn." Tho lawyer of
thn cltv.slioiiKt learn thnt they hav? In
Uiintitiigam n prospoctivo rival that pro
tnlim to out hhlno thorn nil.
I.NDUsrr.toLM i'oniiEKH. A robbor or
robbers on Saturilay tilpht i;ot on to tho
awning In front of Sholly'j tailor-shop, on
Klghth stroot, hnd Into tho window of a
room in which .lamei Oolomati sleeps,
and carried oil' tho young Iran's panta
loons containing about In monoy and
tho kny of (Irooti cv "Wood's commission
houso. Tho robbort thou passed along to
tho awning in front ol t'lo Casino Saloon
and got in tho notn a' vo it, from which
thay took tho pantaloons of tho barkeeper,
containing n wiitcli nnd all tho looso
obungo ho JiaJ. Thy thon it i pr
sumad thoy weru tho samo rascalii went
toStuarli; Gboltoh'a store, got lutt It
through tho transom of tho front door,
and robbed tho clothing of tho clerk, Don
Hllcy, of fl', but did not stra::;i to my,
ritle the drawer.
iliohlo Hounxu. A young man a
;ood young man, only with tho failing of
InUmperance, got Into a lurious difficulty
on Saturday night. He does not II vo in the
city ; his habitation is in tho woods. Oa
Saturday ho came to Cairo to have n little
relaxation, nnd nought it In tho flowing
(owl. Drunk and reckless ho visitod tho
:astlo of AVinior, and thoro conducted
himiclt in a bois'.orous manner. Finally
he got a water bucket, emptied Into it
goalets and aick'.e illver pittas and
walked mmy with it. One of tho plates
was found wrapped In n papor and hi
under a log at tho rlver'a eJg, on Ohio
levee. How it got thoro tho young tnaa
dots not knov, or whore the othor goods
went to. He was nrrestoi, and &f tor so
briety rottirned to his mudillod head, be
came penitont. Having satisfied everybody
concerned that it was tho dovll bo had
put Into his mouth that had made him
r-iiia tho devil, he plead guilty to n chars-j
of dlord(.rly conduct, nnd wis lined $1
and coU bv Knulra li;rd. He is now
I swearing at himsolf and vowing ho will
natur dnik a'-r.in but ho will.
Ver'oxal. Dr. Allyn preached twice
on Sunday at tho Methodist church. In
ths morning his Fermon was good, but the
religious ruporf.r of Tut: Uullktin re
members nothing more about it.
Mr. John Thistlewcod has a guest Lt
V.is houta by tho iiamo of Thietlowood a
bey, Tho youn man arrived in the city
Hon. Iiatc Clorucnts, ularmcd nt the
excitement in this city over tho pust-ofli.-o
ciuntioii, came down from Carbondilo
yestorday afternoon in great consterna
tion to foul iho public pulse.
Mr. Joe. Itobarts was in tho city Sun
day and yot'.'inliiy feeling the puUo of the
Itiiiicil ring. Ho wants to be thu Kid
leal candnlato for repreientatiifo In this
district and wo think J'opo should ulUw
him to be. Wo aro always for the last
I'.iJIcal who interviews u.
Tho Gar.ulto ramarks.as wo would not,
as follows ; "Twins ! Twins! Our mar
ried women havo fallen into the habit
nnd won't ijuit. Sohmet.tortl" nd Stein
liouio took Iho lead; McGaulvy foil in
tho lino; nnd now comes Mr. Cannon
and l'hil lirosrn, all fathers of twins.
Hippy men, of ojursithoy are, especially
l'hil, whoso boy and girl turn tho teals
ut 18 lbs, nnd ara pronounced by tbo at
tending physician tho finest bruuo of chil
dren ho over assisted into tho woild."
r.uLt.! or Couut. Tua lollowliig rulos
of the Aleiatider oounty circuit court
havo been promulgated :
1st. Thu llrtt areuk of caeh term (hall
bo dovotcd cxoluilvoly to Criminal busi
ness nnd tho making up of issue in Jytw
and Chsincery cases.
k'J. Tho Grand Jury will bo impanel
led ou tho first day ,f ea;h term. No
Travorso Jury shall bo Impanelled until
Mum! iy of the leftititl woik of each term,
"i. 'Tho Criminal doukot shall bo cal
led for trial, commencing with Monday of
tbo second wiuk. .
4th. On Monday of tho too nd wetik a
trial docket shall bu mndo up of till Com
nun J.uw ci-iH In which thu iisuia shall
have li.uii formed.
5lh. 0;i Mondny nf thu third weok n
second trial docket of I ommuti l.uw cases
hall lxi mndo upand all Common l.aw
caics in wliiih tbo Issues aro Hot iniiiln up
nt that liroir will Kland continued until
uoxt turm. .
Cth. A Traverse Jury ehall nlio bo
summoned lor Mondiy ol tho fourth wouk
of ouch uriu.
7th. All premliminary or dllalery tnc
tlons on prisceudiugj shall bo disposed of
during Iho first wook.of each term.
Htli. All papors In Law and Cliancory
caoei shall bi in thu hands of the clerk
duting motion hours, unless by special
Ioavii o! the Court.
Soi:rniNti N nw. Iluchs Cryrtal
llrllllunt witli gltu oven doors. No oc
casion to linvo btirnt bread. Call and ioo
it at T. J. Kkhtji i. S'-iMO-tr
SUA Mi WE 11AVK J.I011T OR NO
uhnti.k (iF.Koniji), i.ionr
HI' AGAIN '
Wo don t rare i wo imvor wen- p.irli
cular j nnd, In fact, wtuld rather w"all; In
t'ii tKrk along a Cairn sidewalk than not
walk at all, when wo aro out lato at tilghr
and wish to got to our own homo. JJut,
wo have observed, that thnro Is n prejudice
existing among our people In fnvor of
light In thn elreet lamps, rorinnr conn
ells havo spoiled lhtn, ami they won't do
without light in the lamps. Wo havo
tnol to convince) Ihcm that thoy Mn
wrong, that tho coun. il knowj what U
bust that It Is much choapar to run tho
city without light than with light; that
nil ontorprislng citus aro going it blind
at night; nnd Ihut ho who goes Into a clly
in tho night timo and finds it bright with
gas Kgbts must bo forced to tlio conclusion
that tho people of iho city have no enter
prito, wbilo tho dark itrootk of a city set
upon stilts, with great conveniences for
breaking humau necks tho nbsonco of nil
light from tho streets of such n city would
Inevitably Impress any man with tho
belief that tho peopbi wero among tho
most entorprling cltl.ons of tho Uni6n
Our arguments havo been in rain, Tho
poopN still insist that our atroeti ought
to bo lightoJ, so lamoutably ignorant arc
Thorororo, wo leg thu council ts recfidi)
from IU delurmination to us allow. tore
main in darkness, and to say, in its most
persualvo tones : "Gcntlo Gorotild llgnt
'cm up again. f
We aro with tho council preferring
darkness to light, but thn stubborn pcnpl
of Iho city aro not plomol. They profe
light to ilarkiieis ; nnd lliornbiro wo beg
of tho council to remark, as soon ui pus
slhlo: "Gonlln UoroulJ, light ,'em tip
Wo appeal to tho MM ward to our
good friends, Aldermen Saup and AVal
der. Wo ask them to vote that tho Gentlo
Gorould shall light 'oin up again Alder
man Saup know that we know that ho is
a gentleman of an illuminated mind ; and
Aldtrman Wnlder knows that W'J.ktiow
that he ! ono oi our most nltghtcne
friends; iheroforo wo oxpoct them bo
to say: "Geatlo GcrouM, lijrh: 'om up
To the Second ward wo appo.il to tho
City Katbors Matbuss an. I ThistlewooJ
to raiio thoir potential voices, and cry in
tbo council chamber whoro tho echo ro
loiees to hero thorn speak : "Gentlo Oer
euld, light 'em up again."
And to the Thirl, wo appeal. Como
Aldermen Wright und McOuno, wo aro
your conttitutiat, and thorcforo in tho
r.uino and by the authority cf tho Ameri
can eagle we, r'ucst you to shout at oner,
'Gentlo Gcrould, light 'etn up again."
And to tho Fourth wo appeal. Como
now, Aldacuma Nollls, for tbo I.crd's
sake, get ever your pout. Vou aro n
stranee follow. You can't get mad and
then rocover ; but you koip on tin old
road all tho timo. Wo like you; havo
teen Knxlsus to embrace you for years.
but, 1 ilea Jcruialam, you would not.
Come, now, (bako hands and let us bs
friends; and, just oncu, to obligo us, join
Aldnrman McGauley in saying: "Gentle
Gerould, light o'm up nyiic.''
And William of tho Filth, Und your
voice, too, please, and commingling it
with that of Thomas, say in your most
tragical tone: "Gentlo Gcrould, light 'om
This Is wbal wo would havo the council
aav, juit to gratify tho Ignorant prejudice
tho people of Cairo have for light. If
they will do so, we will, If we can find
our beer drinker, gathor the council Into
our arms, und taking the numbers to
place in close proximity to Tim Uulle-
tim say, in u voico of rickloisness ; ' Gee
tlo Jatckol, sot 'em up ngsia."
If Milwaukee beer will not brlbo tho
council to turn on tho gns, whut will ?
fci'iir.NCK's Sua Wkkh To.vic In tho
ntmosphoro experienced hero during tho
summer months, ths lethargy produced
by tho beat takes away tbo dcslro for
wholsomo food, atiillro'uoiit perspirations
roluco bodily energy, particularly thoso
tull'oring from the cfiocii of debilitating
diseases. In order to koop n nnturnl
noultlitul activity (if tho sjstom, wo must
resort to artilluinl mentis. For this pur
pose Hchunck's H;a Wood Tonic is very
efi'ocltial, A few dosoi will croalo an op.
polite and givo fr.sh vigor to tho enerva
ted body. For d)popsla, It is Invaluable.
Many eminent physicians havo doubted
whether dyspepsia can be permanently
cured by drug which aro generally om-
ployed for that i urnose. Tho Sen Weed
Tonic in its n-ituro is totally different
from such drigs. It contains no corro
sive minerals or nulds; in fact it assists
tho tegular operations of nature, and sup
plies In r defii'iiclo. Tho tnnlc; in its un
turo so much rosUiubliiA Iho gastric jutco
that it it !tn.t Identical with that'fiuid.
Tho ga.lrm juicu is Iho natural solvent
which, in a huallliy ci iidition of tho body,
causes thn ho, to bo digested; and whon
this juicu is not txeretod In eulilclont
iUMiUtiu!, itidigcstioti, with all Un dis
ireuing symntoms, folloWi". Tbo Sea
Weed Tome putfonus tho duly of tho gas
trio Juico when thu latter Is dobViunt,
.S.'huuek' Sea Wood Tolllc, sield by oil
druggists, 08 7-1-1 in eod
FUIiNlTUltK OF Til K
I will tell tho furniture of tho Central
House, In bulk, or In parts, commencing
this date, as I doslro to lcavo thu hotol
business, This furnlluru ii all new, nnd
of good quality carpets, bods, bedding
chairs, etc. and will bo sold at a great
barguin. Tho loaso for tho house can bo
obtained on favorublo terms.
JOIIK II II.WNKK
Cairo, July 137-1. Ot
In the county court on Saturday last.
orders for conlinuanco to next term wero
entered in the cases of appeals of Iht fol
lowing described lots from amounts of
special flssosiimsiit for grneling l.vee
elreet. It is it-reed by tho atlornon that
mo of said raien ehaU bo madoft lost one,
tbo merits ol tho others to bo decldld by
I HO rolIowIhK Is a list tfloti appoaled tin
OU 1,3, ., I, (i, 7, 12, It nnJI7.biick 2, It.
1 of '.', :i, 0, 7, 8, n, II, l.l and 1 1, block
I; 1, il, I, f., 8, U, 11), l'J, HI, II. f. 10,17
and 18, block I; all lots in block 6; and
all in block IS oxoent lot ti. Ifi. IU. 17 and
rim i neti of thu appeal by owners of
Ohio loveo in also continued to nuit turm
nnd will bo tried by u jury, teiintntulv
from tno other cmcc
Moixi) Ciry Itkmsi. The following
itotna Inxii thu Mound City suburbs of
Cairo, wo o.py from our sprightly little
neighbor, Ihu Mound City Journol.
Mr. llogan, tho counly clerk, has
moved his olllce into the new court kouse.
0. W. Carter. Km . with Mils Dora.
his daughter, left Thursday morning lar
urmonaon uprings, Kentucky, .lodge
Carter's health has been fenblo of late,
unu it is Hoped nil stay at tho Springs
may operate to Improvo'it materially.
Frank Fair, wo aro glad lo know, has
a fortum In sight. A largo fortuue be
longing to tho family of which he is a
member m likely soon lo couio into tho
possesion of its lawful owners, though
lorg withhold. It is in Kngland, and n
brothot ol' Mr. Fair is sjon going lo look
after It. b b
alcssrs. K. S. (!hllnr n,l 1. (1 11..
rls havo purchased tho controlling inter -
ost tho Mt.ur. Woolworth, of Sauduaky,
wuio, tiud In tho Woolworth Handle
Works of this city. Mr. Chester now rep
resents threo-filths of tho establishment
and .Mr. Harris two-fifths. This undoubt
edly is an ndvantat; to tho factory, as
llioni iiiiino4iatoly in charge will not bo
hampered by tho policy and idea, of dis
Of Cnlmilei in town this week of
noli we have observed Alcistr. Wheeler,
IsansJoti, i.lncg&r, Gilbert, Herbort and
Korsmeyor. Upon inspecting our now
co-irt house, they wont Into u:'tncii!i ovor
lt.t pronouncing it ono of the linen In the
West. They acted much ni ifthey would
consent to a consolidation o! tho two
counties, in order to get an interest in
our court home.
C A t RO, 1 1 I.ISOM, 1
Monday evening, July 27, l-.TI.
Thn weather for tho last throo days Has
bon tho warmest of thn season ; the mer
cury playing, night and day, betweon 'JO
and lot. "Tho long.w and hottost and
dryojt spall over known," is the verdict
of tho oldds. inhabitant. To-Jay his boon
much bolter; a strong breeze, although
whirling tho dust and other loose things
around in a ra'.hor unploasaut way, mado
the day ondurablc.
Wo have no chango for tho bolter to
noto in tho condition of tbo general
Tho order trado has fallen ofi", and
most leading crticloi aru either vory dull
or show a tendency to woaken. Alto
gether tbo week opens with a less en
couraging proipc:t than for a month
JfNew Oils aro In Iho mnrkot r.nd aro
quetwd - and 3c under tbo old crop.
White com is ecitrca but mixed ii in good
supply a:.d casior.
There Is soma enquiry fur choice lyt
lad thoro is nolijo of soma on tho road
and tbo prospect is thrl tho murkut will be
supplied In a few days.
tdifOnt friend should boar In mind
that thu prices hnro given aro usually for
sales from first lutr.ds in round lota. In
filling orders r.ud fur broken lots it Is
necessary lo ch.rgo an advance over these
The market ii very dull, Ssarculy any
demand at all. Very littlu is dono in the
way of round loti moil transactions are
for filling crdors. Wo noto tabu of 100
bbls various grades -l 'J'7 CO ; ,;()u bbl
various grades 1 WQSt 75; -I car leasts
various grades 0 C0(uj7 (SO ; lou bbls varl
ousgrauoS'l Wi'U'j j) ; loo bbls various
grades 1 00(Tt7
Thcro Is conslderublo enquiry for choioe
now timothy to fill orders and a few car
loads weuld find reidy sibi at t!0 00. AVe
note sales of - cara nholcn mixed del
18 CO ; 1 car mixed, del 10 00.
Tho market is hotter supplied a little
In excess of domand and oasler. Tho de-
mund has fallon oil' to soma oxUnt and
prices ulthough unchanged, show signs of
woakunlng. Wo nolo sales of 100 sacks
mixed delivered, 76c; 6 cars mixod de
livored, 75c; 160 lacks mixed In brokon
lots 7Cc; 1 cur wbilo in bulk on track 77c;
'J cars mixed in sacks dellverod, 71c;
earn mixtd in sacks doliveros', 76c; 8 cars
mixed in sacks delivered, 76c; 6 cart mixed
In sacks delivered, 86o.
The demand is light and prices weak.
New oats are in murkot and aro quoted
fiuulSs to-day, sackud and dellverod.
Old oats are quoted .'Qt:o higher than
now. Wo note sales of I ear now In bulk
on track, 61c; 1 car old in Will It ou track,
61c; 60 cara, sacks, choice new 55c; 1 car
now iu bulk on track, 62c; 2 cars old iu
lacks dellyircd. VOe.
Tho murkot Is strong but tho demand Is
small. In the present condition of the
market, heavy ruculpti would weaken It
and bring down prices.
Hales flnco our last report wero t!no
bbls. S. II., dol I 0e ; t!50 bbls. Iv. 1)., ill
offering and small demand. Quotations
to-day aro IS 0063H? 00, car load lots'.
Choleo butter continue scarce and In
actlvo demand. Common butter is quite
is no choice to bo hail. We note tales of
k'00 Its choleo Southern Illinois, S!02'Ja ;
",00 tba choice Northern, (25c , 8 packages
choice Northern, 'l'i to'Jjv.il paokages ;
nhoicoSouthorn Illinois, 5:ife'J6ci 300 Ibi
cholco Hunthern Illinois, 23Q2So; COO l!n
choice Northern, 2!20c.
There aro very few receipts, and very
little domand for thorn nt any prlco. Sain
of last two days wero fiOO doxon fresh in
mall packages I0($l2(; 10 boxos freih 9
CiilOc , .100 tli .in CoiSc.
Thu market 11 qtitot and dull. Small
young chickens bring I bu to V! 00. Av
orago lots of young bring - fill and full
grown spring chickens command 3 00 per
do.en. Wo nolo sales of 10 do.on old
hens, .'I 00 ; 'JO do.un younn, i! 61! to 11 00 ;
2 coops old hens, :t 00; .10 doaori small
young, I 60; tli -in yotmsr, 2 0; 2
coops old ' II I
This brjiidi of the marknt lt very dull,
nothing hi all doing oicopt In a small
local tradu, which Is supplied by country
Not unough doing to tnako prices.
Thn little trada dono is In retail grocery
stores, and they got thoir supplies from
Wo nolo sales of 10 bbls cider vinegar,
16(oj1Uc; 6 bbls puru cidor vinegar, -Oc
Tho provision market Is firm all
around, but tho market Is bare. Trans
actions aro small, owing lo stacks. Sale
wnro UOOO bbls ult.r rib si Jos, 11c; 1000
lbs shouldnrs, Bjo.
To Hknt. Two of the muss ellgabb)
and neat ollicu rooms with a largo antl
1 room Hr"1 '"J roo,ni ,Ilu"ld ovor ny
storo room, No. 113, Commercial avenue,
Tl-b-ll-tf 1). AliTEit
Tut: largest and btwt-sulectod stock
of FUUNITCIti: for fain at wholo'n!
and retail by 1IKN11Y KICIIIIOFF, No
116, Coiiimerclal avenun,ojiposlto Seventh
iirccl. 71 -D-J7-3UI
J'Iiotouiiai'iis. For Hi j next sixty
days Wm. Winter will muku tho bos
of photographs at $ I per do.cn. This Is
& ram opportunity for thoso desiring
work iu this lino. 177-3-301
I'oit Sale I'uo uo.-n ono quart Irult
cant al (1 per dizen ; half gallon cans at
il 60 per dor.en, all of good tin will
grooved teams, manufactured and for salu
by A. II alley, 10U Warhiugtun avenue.
near Tenth Jlroet. H2-7-l7-lm
Hanover College, IIiiiid cr, Imllnua
N'KXTtcrm begins s.eptcniber Dili, 1
Two full course, cla--lol and sriciitlll
with prepttory departniciil, nil ficiilt)
Tuition free. Uoardlu an low us elsewhere
For Iniormation or caUlo-iuc ailily to l!e
(i.e. UKCK.MAN, 1). O. l'rcsliletil.
Sewi.io M.iciiihK We havo a new
Hcmington Mowing Machine, right from
the manufacturers nnd not yet unpacked
that wo wsrit to sell or trade to some
clothing dealer, merchant taiJor or shoo
maker. It is the si.e used by minufac
turers und Ii too heavy for n family
machlLu. i no wants a bargain'
nr.qun. i l'i, k iicLLkiiN uuicii.
TllK Cartjor suop is on sne corner ot
Kighth street and Common ml avenue
whoro J. Gi-orgu Htienhouso with hit gen
tlvmanly attitlatils can be found at any
hour of the day or night, n.-adv to tootho
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with u good (ham
poo. It is a first-class shop, nnd you are
euro of receiving first-class treatment
Ladies and children'! haircut or curled
ftcrtho most hpprr.vsd nvles. 8-li-t
Desiring to wind up our partnership
business, we aroscllu.g lumber al reduced
rates V per thouts.nl Itn thau market
prices. Having a largo itocl: of logs ou
hand, we aro prepared to fill all bills at
short notice. Wo nro telling sidewalk
lumber and oak, nl 13 per thousand, cash
delivered; and poplar, at corresponding
Mr. McGahoy being no longer iu our
employ Is not authorized lo tako
dors, collect bills or roceipt for the firm
C2-7 b-4w Wall & Est
Dklta Cioak. Mr. T. K. Sullivan
drugi;itt, 102 Commercial avenue, hat
something new In tho way of cigars.
is now selling a brand ot his own called
the Helta, put up In handsjino packages
mado of tho very bait tobacco, and sold
for rivr. cr.Nis each. Thceo who smoke
thom will agrco with us iu saying that
thoy are far superior to molt of thn Ion
cont cigars sold in this markot. Try the
Delta cigar. 7-2 1-1 m
KI.LIOT & HA YTUOUN, tho pop
ular wholuialo and rolail dcalort In Hoots
and Shoes, ham fouud their proscu tbulld
Ing entirely loo small fur thoir rapidly
Increasing trado, thoy havo, Iheroforo
taken thu well-known threo-story build
Ing formorly occupied by It, U. Cu.n.vi.vu
ham, No. 101 Commercial Avenue, and
r.oar tho corner oi Mini streut, auu aro
this day moving their entlro dock on
hand. Mr, Elliott Is now in New York
ami Huston, and is purchudug tho largest
of every description, with
HOOTS AND SHOES, II ATS, .VO , AC,
ovur brought to this city.
Tho lint stcry of this building will bo
until for tbo retail department of goods
of all Muds', wlubi Iho necond and third
will bo exclusively used for tbo wholcsulo
rado In boots and shoes-.
Mcirs. El'UOlT & HAYl'HOKN
oxtend a special Invitation to every ono
to call and see thoir stock and hoar their
prices, us thny aru determined to koop tho
largest and cheapest stock of goods evor
presented III Cairo.
W congratulate tnosu goniiemon on
their profpnrily, and warmly recommend
thom tu all our readers.
Hemonilior, No. 101 Commercial Avo
HTIIAYKI) OH STOlsBN
rrom iiio underslgnod, at Cairn, n
Wnilnnidisv nli.lil .lulu 91,1 i ,,,. I,,,,
I l I CliWLJ U 1 U I HI a U HUI
strap mark on breast; on right hip three
or four marks madn by whip; abi lit II or
0 years old; about 16 bauds hiolii in.
cllnod to bo lamo in tlio right foro f.it
reward of ten tlollnra will bo ptld K i
ma roiurn or ior iniormation Hint wn
lead to his rocevery by mo,
lii At urn.
F.ngiiioor of WnlKV: Krt, Cairo, Ill
OrtAND fiASKET PICNIC
NI .MOONLIGHT I IfjION
SI'KA.M I'.K IDI.KWIl.O
THUIISDAV, JIJI.V 110TII, 1B7I
mi.- ii.. i ..i . t.n i.
i mi tu'iiL nun iiM't'iiut ifi.mnr iiiinwiii
I, ...I.... 1. ...... .. .1... . 1 .....
poso, will leave Phillips' wharfboat i.
0.30 a. m., and proceed up tho Ohb rive
touching nt .Mnuml Citv. Cilmlniila an
Metrtqvolii. Kelurnlng will nrrlvo a
l.t... . I - .. A 1 Da ...lit I - - . -
nln up tho Ohio on a "moonlight uicur
lion," returning to Cairo at 1 n. in Drat
.-..I ....ln ...III t... ......I. ...I ....I
trctuiiiuiiit win uu iu uuununucc, s n
daylight excursion has been arranged ei
1 .. ...ill 1 t - . l'l
pressly (or tlie accommodation oi purcii
and chiblreii, aad all .Sunday schools ar
invited to participate. Experienced til
.... -a will 1, . V,. nti a ...A tlirt .totlllir til,
insuring to an it saio anil picaiam tnj
Kotiud trip tickets ono tlollnr Chililr.
half price. Parties wlsiung tkkots wi
plcato present their invitations,
O. M. IIuwk, M P I'll TON,
C. W. IIhahlkt, I). H. Oahtkh,
II. F. 11 LA K K, 1). HlOAX
Emancipation Cklkiiiiation. Tl
s " " J
of slaves In the West Indies, August Is
iuo coioreii ci.iui ui i.airu w in mmum
In an apiirnprlato manner. A Grat.
llarbecuo Dinner will bo served
bchoel'n garden, and apeecbef, by wel
known orators, v. 1 1 1 no mauo in inu icr
noon and afternoon, within Iho hai
u.l.lr.,1 ivlll ,.A . Ilnpnn, Ifal l.l V till" rsiHIl I,
A cordial Invitation to participate I
tbo colobration is extended to all the su
Tho best bran band in s'.uther
Illinois nae been tirocurou ror tno ccc
Thn tables will be sunnllcil with all tl
lnvitaliont havo been extended to sen
of thn most talented sneakers In the Ian
and lavorablo answers havo been rccelvi
from most of thoso who havo been Ii
....- aaillItuit In infl.t l.t 11... -nf.lln
utu . ssuu i iuu, iuu;iii, ui it nsiiuiiuii
T T L....J T 1 I . . . I 11'-. I. ........
Gov. Pincbback, of Louisiana, Hon
II. Oberly; lion. D. T. Lmcgar. an 1
J. llird, Esq., of Cairo.
Committee of Arrangements D
Scott, J. T. Allen, Nace J.co, H. rJmltl
and J. Jennings. 7-17 ot
NOTICE Tl) COVi'K U Tt'HS
Scaled propoa! will be receiied at ti
olhce, until . i oMcck p in., ol Tncsila) ti
eleventh (ll) d.t) of Aiigii't. Jb7(, lor inr
1-tilng tlie materials, ortiouig tlie Mors. ,
both, rorlhc ri-coiislriictlon ol the fu!!:
ing de-crlbcd sidewalks, or either ol Ihu:
Ou tho inutli side or Konrth Uli siree
between V;i-!iln(,'ton anil ( iiiluerclal an
nue, ; on the west sldent W ashliuMnu an
l.ue, between Fourth tlth and 1- litis Ml
streets ; mi the north sldu or Flllh Ml
stri.st. lictwes-ii V inthlnutiTTl ami lJoIHUIcI
cial avenue ; on the cast tide of Weshlii!
ton avenue, between Filth (Tith and ftixi1
iiiini s'rei'ls: on inn souui sine oi mtciu
(7thi slice t, commencing at Iho rail title i
Walnut street and extruding east fifty '
feet; on the north tide of Scicntli 71."
street, coiiimcnclm: on the west tide of ,
nut strett and extentllng wen to tho n i
walk Imntlutr tho property of .1 , Turner
on the north side ol Eleicnth 1Mb street on
twecn Wa-liliifjlon afenun antl alnu
street ; on the east side of Poplar street
I ro in u point opposite the uorthcrl) side c
Iihlslnii street, to a point seventy-die
feet north ol the northerly side ol Twent)
first street; on the outh side ol Twenty
llr-t (21st) street between Poplar ami s) i
moro streets. Huld sideMulksto hi ro ,n
striictetl of wood. ,
heiiled propo-alit, an aboie, will also bo
cell ed for riirnishiiig the material-, or dom
tho work, eir both, .ror thu ciinttructloii o:
the following described sidewalks, or ci in
or them, ii :
On the south side of Eighth Ui street
between Washington and Commercial nil
uiie; on fho norlli side of Eighth stb
street, between Washington uyeiiin suit
Walnut -(red and on the east slile of W nsli
Innton avenue, bctuecn Eighth Hth m
Mmh (Ulh) ttrceU. t-aid sidewalks to be
con-trucied of brlch.
Haiti irnio--!l shall be (llierlc l to Ihu
Cily Council of tlio city nl (alio, .mil mil
ko opHiied at a meeting of said council to
be held nil the said 11th day of .ugiist, Is' I.
ut 7:,:o p.m.
Allpropot.iN shall be madn In ic eilaiicv
with tliu jiKittsioiiH, reiiuienieiitt tiud speel
llcatlouH of Ordliiunce No, f, ii,r,.ei!
JllllO lllh A.D. 1H74, ivhleh tinllliaiicc is
now ou tile In my office, subject to oxarmn
tioii at any time.
The City Council rfserics Iho right to
reject any and all proposals.
W'ii.i. K. Haivkins, City ( Ink.
Cairo. Ills., July 2o, Mi, 17-s-'J5-lilt
RoU. Wood & Go
PHIL ADE LAHIA, J'ENiN1.,
Foiintiilns, VnsGa, AnIiiiiiIm. Iruti Muli s,
I. n. in ldl. Wtnl, le I'lllllm i.
AST, WnOUGHr& WIRE UAILINOS
NEW and 1MHO VEPD Cll AIU forthouties,
couccre nun ssuciuru staim.
AuJ a General Assortment of Orna
mental Iron Work.
Ksllmatoa and tloslene nenton nnnllcatlnn.
lilting tho class ol work denlrod.