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NEW LUMBER YARD.
COR. tfETESTEESTH ST. AMI COM
XZXn'Zi'"1 M k,m,, of
building material, ucn M
PINK, CYPRESS, POPLAR
And Ash Flooring, Mdlmr. Colling, Ac.
BmIw atuntlSns called to our Steam
i,.iiriiM itJ Agricultural Implement
Jf.M'irWefwlll M WniUhed on short
a lire etook of cheap lumber on hand nt
ouViili, wbleJi will bo sold at 1 to eiu per
thousand in carload lot. Alo lath and
Maries furalshcd In any quantity.
6 CHAS. LAHCA8TKK & CO.
Cairo, HI., August J, 1ST. 8-2-Stn
ST. LOUIS JJNIVERSITY.
THE FORTY-FIFTU ANNUAL
SESSION of Btudlcs In tbo
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
Will begin on
MOXDAY, SEITEMUEH tit, 1874.
For Prospectus, giving terms, Instruc
tions to parents, &c, Ac, apply to or
KEY. 303. O. ZEALAND, S. .1.,
St. Louis Univenity, til. Louis, -Mo. ,
R. SMYTH & CO.
No. CO Ohio Lovto,
Boot & Shoe
netwtet Tenth and Eleventh Street,
i-.r . w mi uiucm fiiuuui ueiay.
He has a One stock offnirertid leather on
hand. Just received from cwtYcrW, and has
put down tiiepricc to lye lowest notch.
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
Wnolesslo and Ho tilt Dealers In
PDRE LAKE 10E,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbus, Kentucky.
Cairo otlice at Hulcn .t Wilson's, corner
Twelfth stroet and Ohio levto.
We will run an Ico wagon throughout
cason, delivering pure Uko Ico In any p
sf the city at the lowest market price, n
olll also lurniih our friends outHidc the cl
with Ice bv tha cake or car load, packed
ww dust, for shipment to any distance.
Cairo Bos and Basket Co.
OP ALL KINDS, IIAlll) AND fiC
Keep constantly on hand
Mill and Yard,
Conner 31th Strcott
and Ohio Lcvce.
WALL &. ENT, i
Manufacturers and Dealers in
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LaTH,
POPLAR, OAK, OYPRUH, ASH, HUM
AND COTTONWOOD, SUR
DRESSED PINE, ASH AND POP
LAK FLOORING, CEILNO AND
tSrOfflce ot saw mill oil cornur of Tsn-ty-second
street and Ohio Luveo.
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Porker & Wake,)
PAINTS & OILS
And the celebrated Illuminating
Brow' Building, 11th St.& Oomorclal Ay
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Somchoilr til like from us a IhotiMtiiil lull
e from us s
heads, good iiaiicr and lincly punted, lor
?3.W( to 4.00.
Ono tlimt.ind statement printed ut Tim:
llL'I.I.KTI.N nlllci! lor to 4 in.
OtlO thnusilid lintn bonds tirlnlinl nt 'I'lIB
Ilt'l.l.sn.N ollleo (or $1.00; twotliotisuid lor
One thousand business card, line llristol
board, printed nt The Buli.f.tin olllce for
from $2.50 to $0.00. according to size.
THURSDAY, AUGUST C, 1S74.
Vastkd. A wash woman apply at
Tub Bulletin ollleo. tf
One thourand Cblncio parasols nt
Ilartman's, only twenty-flvo cents o.tch
Sullivan. Drugs, medicine, per
fumery, everything In tho lino, at T.
E. Sullivan's, 1C2 Commercial avonue.
For; Kent. Two room, sultablo for
offlco and bed room, ovor Henry's bard-
waro store, Commercial avonuo, corner
Eigth strcot. 7-12-tf
Something Nnw. Bucks Crystal
Brilliant with glass ovpn doors. No nc-
caston to havo Lurnt bread.
Call and ice
it at T. J. JCr.imi'x.
A l.L tbo day boarder' in tho city can
hi) nccommodatod at tho St. Charles
hotel, with first-class board at Fecond class
ratos -JO 4-10-tf
Dr.. "Williams, Dentist may bo found
in hls-oflteo at any tltno ; extracts teeth at
all hours day or night. Ofllco at 1 10
Commercial avenue, botwocn Stb'and Oth
The largest and bcit-iolectod stock
of FURNITURE for snlo at wholesale
and retail by HENRY EICIIHOFF, No.
UC, Commercial arcnuc,opposItQ Sovonth
street. 71 C-17-3tn
The 11f.s,t. Tbo gcnoral verdict is
that T. 15. Sullivan's soda water is tho best
In tho city. Try It. No. 152 Commer
cial avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
J'noTOOisAi'iis. For tha next sixty
days Wm. Winter will make tho ben
or photographs at 1 1 par dozen. This!
a raro opportunity fur thoso dosiring
work In this lino. 47 7-3-30t
One thousand yards two-inch gros
grain ribbon, all colors and warranted all
silk, at flftcon cents a yard. Ono-.mcb,
samo ribbon, for ten cents a yard at
All persons indebted to Wall & Ent
that do not rnako settlement boforo tho
1Mb day of August will And their ac
counts in tho bands of Esquiro Hross for
collection. "Wall is Est.
Fink Ock. Breech loador, Rebound
ing Locks, Laminatod Steel Esrroli with
latest linprovcinenti. On exhibition and
for sale, at Honry's Hardware Store
corner Commercial avonuo and Eighth
Fon Sale. '-'00 aozon ono quart trult
cans at (1 per dozen ; half gallon cans at
$1 CO per dozen, all of good tin -with
grooved teams, manufactured and for salo
by A. Halloy, 1C8 "Warhlngton avenue,
near TenlhTstroet. 82-7-17-lm
Notice. Thoro will bo a rogular meet
ing of tho Cairo Casino "Wednesday ovon-
ing noxt, August 5th. A prompt attend
ance of all mombors is requited. Ily
order of tho President.
RKISIIOLK V. IlELKKKr
47-8-4. It Secretary,
Tiik barber btiop is uu .no corner ot
F.lRhtU itreet and Commercial avenue
whore J. (Joorgo Sticnhouso with his gen
tlemanly anietants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to cootho
your fooltngs with a smooth sbavo, or cool
your temper und head with a good Eham
poo. It is n Cnt-cla's shop, and you aro
euro of rocoiving Urtt-class treatment
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
ftertho moFl approvnd stvlfi. 8-1 S-t
"Wamiino'ion ijakeky. jlr. .losuph
Roneker has takon chargo of tbU well
known establishment, and wil1, on and
alter to-day, In ablu to supply tho
public 'with ohoicu bread, including
Boston, llrown nnd Ornham bread, bciidos
cakes aud voufoctionaries of ovory de
scription.tj Itoing an experienced and
skilful baker, Mr. Roneker will not fail to
satisfy all who palronizo him. llu
iV asulngton avenue. Sa-i-S-lrn
Viiivatb Roauuinii, Mrs. J. "SV. Car-
mlcbaol having takon the largo hcuso at
the corner of Sixth street and "Washing
ton avonuo, is propared to
furulch privato boarding to u
limited numbor of either Indies and gen
tlemon, or to gentlemen nnd their wives.
Tho house is very pleasantly located and
convenient to thobuiinets parte! tho city.
Tho rooms nro large, nlry and well
lighted. For further information inqulro
at tho house.
Stzam and Gas Fittino, Newland
& Rennio havo entered into a co-partner
ship, and havo opened a shop on Commer-
etui avonue, noxt door to Perry Power's
llvory stable. They nro now ready to do
all kinds of htonm and Gas Kitting,
Drive-Wull Work and numbing. Spocial
attention paid to ropalrlng .umps. They
solicit a shuru of public patronugo, and
guarantee their work to bo wall dono.
Delta Chiaiw. Mr. T. E. Sullivan,
druggitt, 112 Commercial avenuo, has
something new In tho way or cigars. Ho
Is now selling a brand of his own called
tho Delta, put up In handsome packager
made ot tho very boit tobacco, and (old
for five cents each. Thoeo who imoko
them will agreo with ui In laying that
they aro far superior to inoit of tho ton
cent cigars eold in this market. Trv thn
1 Delta cigar. 7-2 Mm :
ABOUT SEVERAL THINGS.
Thk Lrvke. Thoro was not much
business transacted on tlio lovco yesterday
Oamiile. Tho Oamblo wagon iirnnu
factory Is now turning out tuoro wagons
than at any tlrno sincoit commenced opet-atlons.
Only Oni. There was but otiu ciise
before his houor, Bros, yesterday, and
ttml was of nn consrijuonco. .Michael
llonnnran, lor being drunk, was fined ono
dollar and sent to the cnlabooso for tlircn
A Nkw l.KAHKii. .Mr. V.ifenliorg hav
ing withdrawn from tho Dlta City cornet
band, Prof, llodon has been engaged to
tako his ptace. l'rf. llodon will no
doubt provo n valuable acquisition to tbo
Hoys. Tho (laxotlo says that 12vcrolt
Munn is tho fitlbor of another boy, and
John Cannon of two boys, tho chief pur
poso of thoia bjlng to " tntftlisa Oborly."
Yet; and now n ccar neighbor of ours, the
groccryman Koane, has gono and dona
likowirfe. If his no7 baby worea girl, we
would not care, but It is a boy '
To-NiaiiT. If tho weather permits,
tho Delta cornet band will glvo n concert
from tho Tenth street stand to-night.
Thny woro ndvertlied to play on T today
evening, but owing to n misundontandlng
among tho members thoydid not copo
together in tun o to play.
aSAt.i: or liiijuons. At 'J o'clock this
p. m I will sell at tho atoro of Wm.
Wlutor, tlioontlro stock of liquors and
other geods in raid store. All potions
having goods unpaid for will call aad set
tle immediately and tako samo away.
St-H J. Hooan, Constable.
ldu Sale. Tho sale of tobacco to-morrow
at tbo Planters' warohouis, Meuri.
Straughn vVrllcnklo, proprietor, promiios
to be by far tho largest and moet import
ant salo of tho icaion. There woro yes
terday nearly fifty hogtbeadi in
the warohoutc, and the number to arrive
last night and to-day will swell tbo total
number to nearly one hundred hogsheads.
PitOToOR.U'iue Views. Mr. .Towett
Wikoi, of tho St. Charles hotel, lias re
ceived f'tm tbo Yandalia railroad, t.
magnificienl collection of large photo
graphic views of scenes along, on and
cbost the Alleghany mountains and along
tho lino of tho Pennsylvania, railroad.
They aro handlomoly bound, and lie upon
tho counter of tho hotel olHco.open to the
Inspection of tho public.
Fiiou Cairo to Richmond. It will
bo a matter of surprlio to many of our
readors to learn that wheat it now being
shipped from Cairo to Richmond, Vir
ginia, Tia the Groen line, without brcaktng
bulk. Mean. Halliday Brothers yester
day shipped four cars by this route, and
Will probably ship eight moro to-day. It
is said that grain shipped by this routo
reaches its destination in half the time
that It would under tho old arrangement.
Hoys Send IK cents, and rcccivo Oun
You.vu Folks, an illustratod, 1G column
papor, full of exciting aloriw, fr three
months, and a tbizk cheijuk entitling you
to ono chanco In tbo dlitribution of tho
following ruty.Es on tho 1st of September
next: 2 Boy s Gold "Wai'. -Lanterns:
io-vuia;uor Printing Proues j
10 coin Microicopcs j lOOrino Stool Ln
gravlngsj CO Fine Oil Chromos; 20
Boy's Pockot Pistols. lor complete list
of Prizes ico 8th pugo of Ouu louso
Folks. Sond now, to Ouu Touno
Folks, Kansas City, Mo. C-3t
Was it a Siiootiso Affray? A dif
ficulty occurred yesterday morning be
tween a man named Ziar and his eon at
thoir homo near the.Miaiisiippl lovce, in
tho vicinity of Wcimoyor's brick yard.
It it laid that tbo old man and his son
wero both undor tho influence of drink,
and whilo in this condition quarreled, hnd
that during tho fracus tho young man
ihot his father, the ball entering tho
fleshy part of tho log. Tho young man
was (.rrcstod and will havo a hearing bo
foro Judgo Brois to-day. The wound In.
flictod on tho old man la tr'iBm;, und will
bo well In a vory short time.
Coal fok tub South. Motsrs. Hal
liduy Brothers are now shipping from
nino to tlfteou car loads of coal loulh via
tho Mitaliilpp! Cuntrul railroad. They
do thalr own transferring by means of a
li'irgo UlUd up In the rnaunor oi n trans
fer boat.and propelled by eltlicr ono or the
other of their tugi. Tho bargo will carry
threo loaded tar, and maxes from three
to Uvo trips dally. , Molt of tho coal
transferred is sold at tho towns and eta
lions along tho lino of tho Mississippi
Central railroad batwoen Cairo and Jack
son, Tcnne'sca, though a couclderable
portion of it goo. to Jackson, whero it
Qrids a good market at paying prioes
Jin), h. W. Halliday hai chargo of the
yards hero, nnd by hui onorgy and push
tbuy aro building up an Immense trado in
J'.IILKUg 10 JUS I ATH0NP. AND THE
Genebal 1'uiilic, GiiEKTiMo. i very
respectfully tollcit n lonliiiuance of tho
favori of my patron and invito the pat.
ronogo of tho public, but 1 vuh oU
patrons und tranuleot patrens todiiticctly
uuderstand that 1 work for monoy and
notbecauso of a pbilantbreplu desire to
shoo and boat my follow men without
money and without price, and that, there
foro, if any old patron or new patron,
desiring shoes or boon, li-. not tho pecu
niary ability to pay for tho work ordered
when done, he U requested to pais on to
Eomo other ihoomakor. I want no old
patrons or new patrons who will not pay.
Thoso who are willing to pay will Hnd it
to their interest to patronize mo, because
1 keep on hand thu best of stock, do the
Jjeit of work, glvo tho best of fits and
work for tho lowest of prlcos.
8-0-aw I'm. kh.",
Twentieth Streot, botwoon Poplar tnd
Tub Rain. Wo bad como to tho con.
elusion that rain. In Cairo was u luxury
not again to bo enjoyed j but wo wsro
mistaken. Yestorday we recolvod an in
stallment of drop) that cheered our oreor
lug spirits, nnd mado tho geeso and uuoks
or tho city happy. A duck of n flock be
longing to our noxt door neighbor boked
as much curprisod whuii the lif' '"l'
ns Tilton did whon tho Mi.Iaruo t-U I'll"
her putor had been nest-hlJInp with hor;
nnd, In a momoiil or two, bavin latiiftcd
liMMulf we refr to tho duck, and not to
.Mr. Tilton that tho fallliu lIrnlJ woffl
rain iho fell over In a
hii fnjlnfy of jny. and. in n
short time yitldwl up as nnieh tif tho
ifhoit ai was In her. An old tfoio that
lud not icon water slnco tho lipo water
stibiided was scon to clap her wings with
joy and lap exulting like tho bounding
roe. Citternf opunod their thirsty moult g
and gulped down all tho rain they could ;
and the pooplo of tho city all, with ono
voice, declared thoir delight at tho oppor
tunity tho sklos had atlait afforded them
oi liitonitig to tho patttr of tha rain upon
Itegtilar Mcctlrg of tiio Clly Council.
CoUNilt ClIAilllElt, 1
C.vino 111., Aug. 4, 1871, 7:30 r. m.
Present His Honor, Mayor Wood, and
Aldermen Halliday. Morri', Mathuis
Thiitlowood, AVulder and Wright-0,
On motion of Aldernan Wright tho
minutes of tho. preceding meeting ivoro
approved without roadlnp.
iisrokTOF city orrii'KBs.
Reports of tho followlnj-named olHeers
word presented, nnd, on raillon of Alder
man Wright, opprovaJ nnd ordered tiled
Of 11. F. B'ake, city trwsurar; of Dm
MoCrthy, city jailor, for Juno; of Polico
Magistrate llrofj, for Juno, and of Polico
Com t able j Mehnor and Woolon, fur Jun
Aldermen McEwon, McGauloy, Nnlli
and Snup appeared in their seats.
FINANCE COMMITTEE REFOKT.
Tho rlnonco commlttoo roportod, tb&t
during tbo month of July, city icrip to
tho amount of 57,747 50, boaring $522 0
Intorvtt: I ite ret t couppns rind rocolpts to
tho amount of $.',131 CI and city bond! to
tho amount of H 500, had been cancelled
by th4 treiiuror, nnd that they had thi
day destroyed the tamo by burning.
On motion of Alderman Wright isid
report was approved and arderoi filed.
REI-JRTOF CITT tOMl'TROLLER. ON OUT
In accordance with the resolution
ndoptsd on tho llthof July, tho city
comptroller prepare! onl tubmit'.ed to
tho council a report on tho amount
scrip outstanding on the 30th day of Juno,
and tor what purpoio iiiuod. Said report
April 1st - t-nwi ii
A!)UST U.SUK AND FOR WHAT FUIl
FOSE, DUI'.INO THE MOSTU OF AFIUL.
LtucJ on account ot u'tx'm Tr
Ortlctn inJ l'olitc-.--...... "1015 co
luuci oa fcccount cf fcirH.... li 1(
luued cn -itAunl of CBUflj;ert
Fund r,:i tl
H cH on Account of Jail FunJ... 1 1 1 k
Imu-4 on account of Dmiiug;
Fund 1 00
ImuwI on account of Council
Chambrr. W l
ItiueJ on accoua' of l'rinilnj... CJ
Io:alamouMluI In April... M
Total i.i'icd and mitiurMiilc... S4S34 Ul
Amount of tcrip id wl cio.
ceiicu lor inq iriooin oi .ipm
Ili'incc oui:andieg April 34th.
sd n i on
ecr.u- ACCOCST F0I1
Amount of Krip oowaadin:
Ar.H, Mil. .
!iu(d on account of S-Ifl...
Itmeu on .ccount cl uat In
Mrr-t umM .
luutd on account of S!rn
l.iucd on account of Sitfcwalkt.
Iwud on account of .tiK-t
Iuitti on .ccount of Council
Uiimtxr.. - -
luu-d on jcco...t of Cttjr Elec
Iuurd on account of City Jail
Itiual on accoujt of I'rlntlnc...
Tctil iwutd zmi SI
T.ul amoust laul and out-
Amount of sc.ip rnld and can.
celled - 77
n.Unce oaKtanJIn j lly SO:h .. 4 St SUM K.
KCItlF ACiOUNT TOP. JUNE.
ISalancc outUndl; M;y Mk. .
I.wcd on account of SalaHa
and I'olic.... - -.. WIS Ifi
Itiut.l on account of Ca in
Strtrt Imp4 308 CO
luuci on account cl Council
ClimW.... M Vi
luucd on account of U.y Jil.H 1h W
litutd cn account of fin !
p-rtm-nt i 'JS
hluel on Moour.. of Slrt.lt HUM
Iuucd on account tf MeVwalkt. itU
luutd on s ccount of Dralaac... IM If)
Ixucd on count f I'fn'ii(, li
ImuoI on account bf Cotlgt 10 11
Ittucd on account f Hoard of
llcalt'i m M 25
Total ittucd and outtlaiMiin? .
Amount of icru witl and can
celled durtn the Enootfi of
June 61 4 3 IS
Utm ouliundini; June Juta ZrHO 4 1
Amount tf Intcrat laid frrttn
Marcli 1, 1-71, to Awl' 1. IITI
AhimioI pal. In moaU) uf April,
lII .... .
AniMMt paid in et f May.
laj,...... m .
Amount paid in foaeiB of Jane,
I'M . .. ..
Tofal incuat I.Krctt pl ....
l;,.i.i.aU,ii In la.VIn.- tho
lite ttvt u not added lu the amount of scrip paid
out, eaawiltd, i mi thowii j conecl t.latxM.
Kcaptctlully .ubatitted, M. S. CJX,
On muiion of Alderman Halliday, sr.id
reprt was received and flil, and ordered
published with tbo proceedings of tbo
Ulirnl.l OF COMJIITTKE ON FOLK'S.
The couiiiiittea on polico made the fol
lowing report :
To tbo Hoi. Mayor and City Council of
tho city of (Jaiio:
Your commlttfto on polico would-re-commond
the appointment of two moro
night policemen for tho present, raid ap
pointments to be good rolWblo men.
At the rcquoht of Alderman Halliday
and Wright, action on enld report was
doterrod until next regular meeting.
Potition of Unas. Mehnor, praying tho
council net to deduct from his pay tho
amount paid R. V. Billingsly for acting
on the polico force, during bis (Mehnor'sj
sickness, was read.
Alderman Mc(iau;cy moved to grant
said petition. Alderman Wrlglit movod
to amond by referring tho same to tho
commltteo on cl&ims. Amcndmont car
Tho following hills for salaries woro
presented, and, on motion of Alderman
MctHuley, allowed, by tho following
Ayci Halliday, MathusH, McEwon,
futet''; tola km
McGauley, Morris, Ncllli, Thlstlowood,
Waldor and Wright.-lo.
Ho Wood. .1 til v n.ilnrv n
",nor r.,...S100 00
K Hawkins. Julv alnrr
dcik inn no
Vm Mollnle, July salary hi city
tnnrshali nui mi
D J Unlllgan, July mlnry as stipt
ot irc'ts jhj 00
II V Blako, July mlrny us trim-
surer (70 001 vs nn
S I ox, Julv inlnrv n pom.
Win Brown, July tnhry as health
t'lli.-CT , ,,,,
Rro, July .,lnry ns pollen
(.'am, John Nhuunan, II T Mar
tin, J C Lahiionnd W W W ot
ton, July salaties if, police con
Uhas Mobner, lor July lalnry as
poiico ?onilitblo, loss nm t tin
ducted lor time Rorvoi by Dill
"K(l"y C7 CO
Tho following bill woro proscntod and
read, and, on motion of Aldorman Mc
uauley, reforrel to tha commltteo on
claims, viz :
Cairo Oily Gas Co. for tas con
sumed in street lamps lrom
July 1st to July 23rd
Cairo City Gas Co. for gal con
sumed a. Arab iingitia house,
from Junn lit to July 23rd
alto City (ins Co. lor git con
sumed Kt IVHa City angina
home, lrom June 1st to July
Cairo City Gas Co. lor gas con
sumed at i'.ough A Bendy en
gine house, from Juno lit to
Caho City Ghs Co. for gas con-
aumo.i n Hibernian engine
Iijui'o fr un June 1st to J-'v 23d
CSro City Ga Co., "fur gts'on-
tumoa at pity tail from Juno 1st
- to July 'Jiil...,
Cairo City Gas Co., fur gas con-
sumei nt council cna-nber rrom
Juno lit to July 'J3J
KH Ciinninr;bii"!ti,.'n' f Cfiuucll.
fh-iirniftr fur .liirc-
jBoriy !c nvis, pablithmg ordiu-
luces, roc."iiuK, cv;c , tir con
tract, in July 35 00
Cairo 1! jKctiu Co , for Id1) bonds,
iVj 7 00
John Glainuy, tor roinovinu; Mar
bags in July per contract Ill 00
Urtlru Evening Sun, lor pablismng
mayor' proclamation ntrl nol
le orebairmunof Investigating
Cnlro Box and BtaketCo., for il
11 ft. lumbtr, at lfl 00 per M...
Ltneear A: Lanadan, fur leial ser
5 Its 00
vices :n ! of A Swobodft vs.
Wm M -Ualfl, and case of tbo
City of C'niro vs. Morgan,
Parson, et n't
Hibernian Firi .'o., lor 1 qrs. ol-
lowancn to July 1st 50
Delta City Co , for 1 nrs. allow
anco to Ju' lt CO 00
Arab Fire Co., 1 nrs. allowance to
July 1st 50 00
Rough ic Ke.tdy Firo Co. 1 qrs. al
lowance to July 1st CO 00
Wall cV Knt., Inr Jumuor, at 51
I) McCarthy, for dieting prisoners
in citv iall in Julv, tw days...
D McCarthy, tor extra meals furn
G W Henricl i, 2 days services
estimating cost of construction
und reconstruction of side
John A Poorp. - lr .!, ti-
mating cest of conitruclion and
construction of sidewalks. . . .
Stout and (lormnn, for materials
and labor lor repairs on cis
tarn corner 14th bt. and Com
Wm McIIulo. killing and remov
ing from citv liunta G'i doi;s at
CO cents 3.1 00
u "nnon, stationery
Jos Power, tor .vpuinng locks
Huse, Loomis A Co., for ice for
clork i olllce
Ih' so, J.wrnlj ii Co., for ico for
Uuse', J.oomis & Co, for ico tor
laborers on the streets
P ,1'itzpatrick, for hauling 2
drunken men to lall
Thes McCabe, far removing dend
cow nnd doad horse outside city
Wm (umn, for li5 days' work
on ildewalk 52 00
Tbos Fitzgerald, lor 20 days' work
oc sidewalks 52 00
Puter Conl.tr., for 25J days' work
on sidewalk . Cl 00
Jerry Murphy, for Vi days' work
Din'l Foley, for six days' work on
streets 12 00
John Caev. Si dais' work on
streets 11 CO
Jno Marnell, for six days' work on
streets 1'-! 00
Warren Wiini, 5J days' work on
streets 11 CO
Fred Hnxiilton, 5'f days' work on
xtronts 11 50
Dan'l AlcCnrthy, for llj days'
In charge jf chain gang
Jus Manning, 5 days' work on
slrf-ets with team, at Si 50 per
M (lalvln, C days' work on
. streuU ulth luun, at $3 5t. per
C Peoples, 3 days' wotk on ttroeti
with team, at S3 CO per day
M Duggan, Cdny' work on streets
with team, i.t .1 50 por day
Mrs J Lally, 5J days' work on
streets with team, at $3 50 per
day 20 13
C W Wheeler & Co., 4 day.'
work on streets with team, at
, S3 50 per day 1 00
0 W Wbeeler v Oo., bnullut; o
loads sidewalk lumber 4 50
Thos Mchan, 5 days work on
streets with team, at 33 50 per
day SO 13
Thos McCabe, CJ days' work on
streets with team, at j ou por
il Daley, 4 days' work an stroets
.with team at 3 50 per day....
II Corcoran, C days' work on
stroets with loam at 3 CO per
M Drlscoll, 1 days' work on
street with cart
M B Powers, hauling 30 load3
sidewalk lumber IC 00
Jno Lanr, 1 days work on streets - 00
Hlcbard Noson, 1 days work on
streets 2 00
Tho following resolution was otrered by
Aldorman Ncllis, viz :
Besolvcd. That tho city comptroller
bo, and ho is hereby dlroctod to advertlsn
for mopitols for putting In sower through
thn Ohio Lov'eo i.t' Sr rioar 33th street.
Tho city to furnish necessary plpof-
Aldorman McEweo, movod to lay on
Ublo. Motion lost by tho following
Ayes McBwonMathtisi, 2.
Nays Halliday, McOaulny, Morriei
Nollli, Saup, Tliistlowood, Wnldor nntl
Tho resolution was thon on motion 6f
Aldorman Morris, adopted.
Tho followlnc resolution, offered hr Al.
orman Wrlglit, was adopted, vizi
Resolved, That tho ordinanco cominll.
eo bo Instructed to draft nn onllnnnrn
nmondatory of ordinanco No. , by
cnaDging mo established width of Ohio
.ovoo Mdowaik from 1 feet to 20 feet.
Alderman McGauloy prosontod tho
following resolution, which was on, mo
tion of Alderman Nollis, adopted, viz:
llesolvod. That tho citv nltornor bu rn.
liinsted to report on thu Hoiiracati dh.
tltion, which was referred to him last
OlIIllNANCK rOMMlTTKK IlEI'OilT.
TLo ordinandi commitloo reported tl.o
following ordinanco, which was road by
tho clork, viz;
Aniemllm; n ' i 1 t onliii:inro No, 1.
IIiiitiinI.ini. . iln- i i CdiiiKll ol tin;
It v of sjitiro.
SKCriiiN 1. 'II at mid aiwlton 1 uf ordlli.
anco 2io. I iio u nn nJed by etrlklnir out tho
llviiro "7i::0" and liiNrilng In lieu theroof
Alderman Halliday moved to suspend
tho rules fur thu purposo ol putting suid
ordinance to a second rcadiog,
Motion bit on a division by a voto cf
0 to 4, It requiring a two-thirds voto cf
tho Aldermen eltct, to suspend the rules.
Said ordinanco was thereupon laid over
fur a second reaJing.
An ordinanco entitled "an ordinanco to
nmund section 70 of ordinandi No. 4," was
read by tha clerk a second timo and ',
on motion of Alderman Halliday, adopted
by tho following voto:
Ayes Halliday, McEwon, .McGauloy
Mi nis, Nellii, Saup and Walder 7.
Nuva .Mulhuss. 'lbhtlcwood and
Tha following resolution was offered by
AUcrmim Ncllis, viz:
RetolvcJ, Thol tho oily comptroller Is
hereby authorized and iastrucUd to pro
euro lnmps and oil for lighting tbo coun
cil chamber, and city clerk's ollleo.
Aldorman McEwen moved to adopt.
Lost by tho following voto:
Ayes MoEwqn, Nollis, Thistlewood
and Wright- J.
Nays Halliday, McGauley, Morris,
Matbuss, Saup and W alder 7.
COMHISMONKSl' IlEI'onT ON TIIK XSTIMATR
COST OF Si HEWALKS.
John A. Poore, 1). J. Galligan and
(See . W. lUtidricks, coiiimissionar ap
pointed on the l lth day of July to tilt
mite tbo ccst ol tha construction and re
construction of certain sidewalks, pro-
vlJod for in ordinanco No. 75, submitted
a detailed report of tho oost and oxpenses
theruof, including labor, material, etc.,
which was, on motion of Aldorman Halll
day referred to the comraltlt-o on stroets,
to report on nt next regular meeting
A communication from Messri. Gicon
& Gilbert, attorneys for the rocolvers of
tho Cairo and Vincenuos rallrrnad com
pany, rofurrlnc to tho prcamblo and
resolutions adopted by tho :ouncll on tho
17th ult., was pre.ented. Said communi
cation represented that said receivers
were oricratinc said road simply as tho
agents of thu United States circuit court,
nj oi ucn couic Co nothing unions un
dsr orders lrom suid court. Thny, how
over, ilslod that they fully realized the
necessity of tho work to bo dono, and
that thpy bad no doubt they would bo
able to commence raid work on or Ljforo
tho tlr.t day of October
On motion of Alderman Halliday, said
commnnication was rucuivc-d and ordorod
The Stato ani city liquor bonds of Her
man Igel wero presented, and, on motion
of Alderman Thhtlewoad, were approved
and ordered flled.
On motion of Alderman 'Morris, the
Will K. Hawkins, City Clerk.
Hiiimrcr College, nmner, Inilinnu
N'r.XTlcrm lieglm Septniilier Sith, 1S7I
Two full catirscs, cla-slcul and fciciitlllc.
with prepJtoiy department, Full faculty
Tuition free. Boarding as low an elsewhere
For Information er catalogue apply to Rev
G.C. U1XHJIAN, I). D. President.
Desiring toi wind up our partnership
business, wo arojsclling lumber at reduced
Tatcs $2 per thousand less than market
prices. Having a largo stock of logs on
hand, wo are prepared to fill all bills at
short notice. Wo aro selling sidewalk
lumbor and oak, at $13 per thousand, cash
dolivored; and poplar, at corresponding
Mr. McGahoy being no longer In our
employ is not authorized to tako or-
dor, collect bills or receipt for the Urm.
CM-S-tw Wall it E::t.
I will sell thu furniture of tlio Central
House, In bulk, or in parts, commencing
til In dutC, as I lloilra to leavo tbo butul
buslnoss. This furnitura Is all new, and
of good quality carpeti, bods, bedding.
chalri, etc. and will bo sold at great
bargain. The lease for the hoiiM can bo
obtained on fnvorablo tortus.
Joux II Hafneii.
Cairo, July 23, 1874. Ot
Many who aro lulloring from ijio cll'ocle
of thu warm wealhor and nro debllitated
aro advised by physicians to tako moder
ate amounts of whisky two or throo
times during tho day. In a little whilo
thoso who adopt tbisadvlco froquontly in
crcaso tho number of "Jrinks," and in
time becomo confirmed inebriates. A
beverage Unit wi.l not crcato thirst for in
texicating liquors, and which Is Intended
especially fcr tho booellt of debilitated
persons, whether at homo or abroad, Is Dr.
Hchonck's Boa Weed Tonic. Containing
tlio juices of many medicinal bcrbs, this
preparation does not creato nn
appotito for tho intoxicating cup.
Xho nourishing and tho life
supporting prjptrt!c9 of many valuable
natural productions contained in it and
well-known to medical men, havo a most
strengthonjng influence. A single bottle
ot tho Tonic will demonstrate its value
nblo qualities. For dobillly urising from
sickness, overexertion or any cause what
ever, a wine glassful of Soa Weed Tunio
takon aftor meats will strengthen tho
stomach and create an appellto fer whole
some f(ol. To all who aro about leaving
their homes, wo deslro to say that tho ox
collont effects of Dr.Hchonck'e Bnasonaklo
remedies, Hia Wood Tonlo and Mandrako
Pills, nro particularly evident whon taken
by thoso who aro injuriously adoctod by
a change of water and diet. No parson
should loavo homo without taking a sup
ply of these safeguards along. For salo
by all druggists.
NOTICE TO CUNTItAf'TOltH.
Healed iirnpo.aN will ho received at my
office, until fi o'clock p. in., ol Tuesday the
cievciiui ii nay oi .ui;iim, is, i, iur inra
Milng t ii nnitcrlats, or doing thn work, ur
both, for Ihii re-coiisriicllon ol the follow
ing ticHTMM-ii siuewaiKS, or ciuicroi tnciii,
On t to oiilli slilo of Fourth (It il sircct.
liotwct-n Wahlngton and Commercial ave
nues,; on the wct eldnol Wnslilnifton Ave
nue, lictwecn roiirtn nil) ami ruin (.,iii;
strcot"; on tho north rUn of Kiltti (Mb)
street, bi'twccn Witsbtngton and Commer
cial avenue; on the enst side of Washing
ton avenue, between Filth (5th) and Hlxth
(Dili) sirects; on the oouth side of Seventh
(Tt Is) street, commencing nt the cant Mile of
Walnut utrcet ndd extending cast lllty (fsll
left; on the north sldu of Sevcnlli (tl)
utroct. coiniiiniclnic on the west side of V al
mil street ninl extt-nillni; went to tbo new
walk Iroiitlnic the property of .1. Y. Turner;
on (he north sidii of l.lut cnth ( tllh) street, be
tween Washington arcuun and Walnut
atroet; on the caat sldu of Poplar street,
from a point opposlto the northerly side of
Division street, to a point coventy-rhe (75)
reet noHh nt tbo northerly sldo of Twenty
llrtt street; on the mutli aide ol Twenty
tlrnt (21t) street l.i twccn Poplar and Syca
more sirci'ts. Bald sidewalks to be re-con-jtructed
J Scaled iroio.al. as above, will also be re-
ceivcu lor lurnismng mo material, or uomik
tlio work, or both, for tho cnnatruetlon of
S tha following described ridewalkn, or cither
or iiiciii, mz:
On t ic south aide of I If it i (St ilatrrei.
between Wablngton and Commercial ave
nues; nu tne norm Mil ii or ugiiiu im
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut alrcct and on the eat ldo of Wash
ington aeime, between Klhth (Stli) and
N nth (Utb streets, fjrs d sldcwa ks to bo
constructed of brick.
Hald tiropo.als Kliall be directed lo trio
City Council of the city of Cairo, and will
to openod at h merlin; of said council to
bo held on the raid llth day of Atlgu-it, IB7I,
at iiV) p.m.
All tirooosal. shall bo made In accordance
Willi the provisions, requirement and sped
llcatlona of Ordinance No. 7S, approved
June llth. A. I). 1H71, which ordinance Is
now on tile In my ofllce, subject to examina
tion .11 any time.
The Ulty council reserves tlio nam to
reject any and all proposals.
vt il. i. iv. haw him), iuy v icta..
Cairo, Ills., July Si, 1S7I. 17-7-r-lUt
General Insurance Agent
Ohio I.evcc, over .Mathui & UlilV.
ttafA'oiie 6u firit-cluu Gjnipanict
sSitllorrt, Morris & Ciuulec,
7.'J Ohio Lovco, City National Hank
Jluilding, Uaiho, luji.
Tie oldest established Agency In Southern
Illinois, ri'prctcntliig over
rntlll you havo cx-amlncd tho only com
plete and largest stock of Confectionery ever
kept In Cairo. Kvcry dealer should know
he run buy Cheaper and Better goods where
they nre made, than lrom second hand deal
ers. Bcmeml.er thcro is but one placo to do
ROSE & TEMME
Manufacturers, Wholesale and
Retail Doalcrs In
No. 172 Washington Ave.
Look to your interest and buy direct from
thu only Manufacturing Confectioners In
HYLAND &, SAUR.7
And Dealers in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every clccrlption,
Cor, 10th Street and Commercial Avenue,;
Next door to the llyuind Saloon.
And Dealer In
Eighth Stiiest. iiet. Wasiiinuton au
CgMMEliclAlAVK.adJolnlng Hanny e.
IvcepH tho best of Beef, Pnrk,Mutton veal,
l.ainli, Sausage, etc., und Is prepared to
servu families in u ucccptublu mnuiier.
DR. W. liLAUW
Juaurs Block (up stsirs) cr nur fctb Htro
and Washington Avonue.
90-31.tr CAIRO, ILLINOIS,