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MONDAY EVENING, Octoberl!th'.
Fill ST A VP K All AN GE
Of tbe Charming Young Artlit
LORD & WIIITELB YS
FULL DRAMATIC COMPANY
Who will appear for a lew nights only.
AdmlJoncent..Jtc.r.vMt'' g ;
Children under twelvo 23 cent, Uilldron i
reserved scats !J3 cent. . .
Seats secured Harfmann'l. 3XS-I0-.-oi.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8,1874.
Rnmnt.nilr tn take from lis n thousand bill
heads, good paper and finely printed, for
93.DU to w.
One thousand statemcnta printed at The
BULLETIN Otllco lor 33.50 to 4 00.
BANK UTATKSf EMTS.
fin. ti.miaan.i tmlo liomls tirlntcd at Till
Bulletin office for f 4,00 ; two thousand lor
One thousand buslneM cards mis Bristol
board, printed nt'liiB Bulletin office lor
from S2.u0 to if 8.00, according to size.
EEPORT of the condition of Hit City National
Bank o( Cairo, at Cairo, In the Hate of Illinois, at
Ibt close at business Octotxr 1, 174.
Loans and dlseounts..
U. S. bonds to secure clrculs-
U. S. bonds on hinJ..
Other itocki,bond and rnort-
Im- from redeeming and re
Get your oysters at too Delmonico.
Tiiie Best oystors at tbo Dolroontco
Elliott & IlAYTUoaN have received
anothor lnvoico of thoio cheap hati. Go
early it you want no. 3J.-lO-8.3t
SILK II ATS I BILK HATS I
Silk Hal mado to order at A. Marx',
70 Ohio lovoo.
hecks and other cash Item.
liills of other national banks
Fractional currency, (Including
liegal tender aotes -
Tire per cent Redmption
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund .
Other undivided profits.
Circulation......- - -...
Due to other National Ilantts.
Due to state banks and bankers.
State of Illinois, ceuntyof Alexander, ss.
1, A. D. SArTOIll), Cashier of the tity Sa
il...! ti-.v aI rtrfl. .In ftftlrmnlv swear that the
abort statement Is true to the best of my knowledge
Bubtcrlbed and sworn to before mo this 7th day of
H. H. CANDEE, Notary Public.
W. r. UALLIDAY, 1
It. L. ItALLIDAY, V Directors,
O. I), WILLIAMSON, .
TSEPOIIT of the condition of the First National
IV Bank at Cairo, In the State of Illinois, at the
close si Dullness, uetober z, tins.
Leans and discounts
U.S. Bends to secure circulation
Other stocks, bonds and mOrt
IS (l..... H .
Sue from rcdeefntog and re
Due front other national banks
Ileal estate furniture and fix
Current eipenses, and taxes paid
Premiums paid .........
Checks and other cash Items-....
Bills of other National Hanks
Frsctlonal currency, Including
Specie, including gold '1 reatury
Vicnv Nice. Tho hop of tho Porur
banu was it plo-smit ulT.ir. afri.r r
forty oottplo vmrrn jifiant
-Fnitsir oysters or nnytblng olio you
wont nt tbo Delmonico Restaurant npen
day and night.
Oyster Supper The ladles of the
Presbyterian church will give an oystor
upper next Tuesday ovoning,
FinsT Hop. The initial hop of tho
610,770 61 Tballan club will bo given at tbo St.
' 1.77H SI
to tbo advantAgo of tho people to patron-
An "Ami" itonT. Wo wroto: "Tbo
Sun profenei to bo opposod to tho civil
rights bill mm inflation." Tbo printer
omlttod tho "and" from the tontenco and
made u ipoak of "civil rights bill infla
tion." Tho Sun takes advatitago of tbla
mittako, and refute, to answor tho quel
tionaakod: "Dues Mr. Clements agree
Vf lib The Sun in opposing tbo civil rights
bill and inflation ?" Is tho Sun afraid to
answor this question 7
SociAlit-vs. Tbo Old-Fellews' lociatlo
last Monday night proved so pleasant and
enjoyablo that the inombera of tin order
havo docIJed to keep aociablos up through
the wlntor, throwing open tho doors of
tbe ball to their filcuds once evory four
weekf. Following their good oiamplo,
the Patriarchs of Cairo Encarapmont aro
"talking sociable" Aftor them we may
expect to hear from tin Ascalon Knights
MlLLlNKIlY, Tai.tMtNO and JaxoY
Stoiik. -Mita Hurntldo desires to call tho
attention of tho ladlos to her full and
cornploto lino of mlllinory and fancy
goods just opened In the Athoncum build
ing on Commercial nvenuo. Her stock
cnntlsls of a full itiiorttnent of fall hats
liva canvas and imlterni, a full liao of ze
pUyr; nil color, feathers, i'roncli fluwerf,
rlbbona, and n f;encrnl assortment of fancy
articles, such as nro )'jit In n millinery
slouch at public speaRlng, by any tnoana.
Ue has ofton spoke in public on mo aingo,
and knows how to do It.
Phil. Howard, llarnard Smith, Mr.
Slory, of Da Quoin and othorf, returned
yosterday from a bunt, nu, etc., arouim
tho lakos In Kentucky. They woro so suc
cessful that Phil. Howard thinks of start-
ng a moat and gamo storo from the pro
Alderman Morris takos to candles.
At tho meeting of tho council bis candle
burns brighter than that of cither of tbo
othor fellows. Ho has caught tno con
tagion from Nellif, and hates gal.
Cant. J. M. Phillips, wtio was in a;-
tondance upon the sloamboatmon's con-
vontlon at St. Louis, bol eves tho conven-
tlon was a nood thing, and that lis
dellborallona will roiull to the advantage
of tboio who go down and up tho river in
-Cspt. Wetxol, of tho 8 Nicholas ho
tel, Is walking to tho front In tho ' mino
host" buslnots of Cairo. Ho Is ono of tho
most gonial of gontlumon. To-night, at 'J
o'clock, ho will sproad a lino lunch, to par
tako of which ho invites nil his friends,
Just by way of vatiety ho will havo on
hand Milwaukoo beer.
D. T. Llnegar, Kiq., formorly a prom
Inont Radical, bat soured on tho party
Its refuses to inuku moro than one or two
noaolioe In tho oanruss, and than will
mako easy ones. Wo nro onxlour to r
rano for a Joint discussion bjtwoen Divo
and Mr. Clomants; but Munn says it will
Charles bntol, on the 23d inst.
13,337 03 I
Go to Elliott & Uaythorn for every va
riety of footwear. It is tho best and cheap
Dn. Jenelle. Can bo found nt hi
dental parlors on Eighth street ut nil
hours. Host of roforencca clvon its to pro
Coyne's oyster dopot and roitaurant
Oysters in thn sholl and can, fresh evory
day, at Phil Saup'a old stand, botwoon
Sixth and Sovontu ttroots, Cairo, ill.
Fikk Alaum. Tho alarm of 11 ro yea
terdav eveninir was occaslonod bv th
XurnlnLr of tho chimney of Mrs. Btltos'
house, on Sovonth street.
Two rooms to ront, between Tenth and
Eleventh streets, on "Washington avonue
Apply nt County Clork's ofllco.
Dkuocratiu LiniiiAi, Committer
Mkkii.no. At a meeting of thu Demo-
cratlo and Liberal Contrnl Committee.
bold at tholr rooms on Tuesday ovonlng,
uctobcr titu, 18H, J)r. JJan'I Artor was
selocted as chairman and John II. Goss-
matt appointed secrolary. On motion.
thn meeting adjourned to meet nt th)
olllco of John it. Ilarmnn, at 7 o clock
P. m. on haturday next, tho 10th inst.
It is desirable that a full mootinc of the
committee ana parties intorcsted will then
no nau. u. ahtkr, unnirman.
I. II. GossMAN, Secretary.
PuoTOUitAl'lttu Oali.kuy. Guitavo
Wetzel's Protogrnphlc Art Gallery,
(foimerly T, T. Thomii), corner Eighth
streot nnd Commercial avonue. Every
thing partMnlng to tho photographlo art
skilfully and elegantly uxocutod. Tho
happy combination of a splendid light
nnd the best instruments, ontblo me to
tako ch'ldron'4 pictures instantaneously,
Jlothors, glvo tno n trial, If you dosiro
tho aweel smllo of your chorubi prciorvcd
forever. Satisfaction given in every
case, or no chango mado. My prices aro
most reasonable. Carlos do visit, 13 per
dozen; Gams, six for SI. C.ill and be
Sociaiilk. Tho ladles of tho M. E.
congregation will givb their first soolabie
of tho season at tho parsonage, on Thun
dery ovening, 8;b inst. td
Rktikkd. Tho Sun announces that Mr.
Fleming, lalo local odltor of The Hui.i.i:.
tin, has retirod from tbo position. The
Capital stock paid In... ,l02'??? S2 Sun baa not learned tho namo of bis sue
.nUU UIIU.TIU.U J,. VI. w. ................ .......... I
Xiallonal llaiuc notes outsunainj;.
Isst tender notes
V. S. ctnlftcates of deposlte for
15, WW 00
6, MO CO
ToUl f .18,131 13 I
Demand certlncalnTof tltposil
TlmA fertlfleatea derosf
This m Aiher tutlonal banks
Uue to slate banks anJ bankers ..HH
.... IIO.CH) UK
. 218,131 13
I, Charles Cunningham, cashier of the abotc
named Dank of Cairo, do solemnly swear that the aboe
statement Is true to the best of my knowledfe and be
lief. Clf AS. CUNNINGHAM. Cathler.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Clh
dsrof October, IfCt.
II. II. CANDEE, Notiry Public.
Conect Attest :
I. M. PIIILLII'S. )
KOB'T, W. MILLEK. Directors.
NOTIOK TO CONTRASTOItS.
Scaled proposals, addressed to tbo city
council of tho city of Cairo, will lio rcccltcd
at my oftlcc, No. 12-1 Commercial avenue,
until & o'd ick p. 111. or Tucaday, tho l.'llh
day ol October. 1874, for luriilshlng the
material and doing the work lor 11m con
struction ol a tower through tho Ohio levee
at or near Thirty-eighth mr.ct.
Said so vor 1- to lie constructed according
to tho plan and specification furnished by
John P. liealey, city engineer, and which
plan and specifications aro now on tile in
my office, subject to examination at nuy
Tho party to whom tho contract may be
awarded will bo required to glvo a good
and eulllclcDt bond far tbo faithful perform
ance of the contract.
Tno city council reserves tho right to re
ject any and all proposil.
311-10-1-lOt M. a. Cox, City Comptroller.
Notice to Students. As flvo or six
bate already applied to mo to glvo them
lessons, 1 take this method to say, that 1
will give a limited numbor of lessons In
higher Arithmetic, Hook keepinc. Alco-
bra, Philosophy, English Grammar, Latin
ana urook. Tbreo or four moro can be
accommodated. Other branches may bo
10-7-tf H. B. Tuatkii.
HOTJHI) OlTT ACCOMHOBATIOK. Com-
manclng Thursday, October t)th. and con
Vlnulng, Bunday excepted, until Haturduv
Ootober 17lh. the Mound City accotnoda
tlon will run, leaving Cairo at 8 a. ra. and
B.COp. tn.; leaving Mound City at 8:30 a. in
and 6:10 p. m j to enable partlea to attend
tjourt and return to Cairo daily. The
Wednesday and Saturday runs as hero
tofore, will bo abandoned until Octobor
TnSr Nicholas Hotel. Mr, Weil
zsl, tbo enlerbrlsing proprietor of tbe St
Nicholas hotel, enlarged, paperel nod
made other improvmenl In bis ofllce and
H in tlx Room, and has renovated bis
house throughout, lit will give a grand
opening lunch on Thursday to-morrow
tTtning,and hope to (00 all hit friends
present. The. lunch ho proposes to sproad
will be tho flaast Tr spread In the city.
JokRomkkzbii now in fuH conlol of
ttta -Washington bakery, D,i a4ln
laaroed tbe vasts of the public, I. pro.
pared to supply oa call all demands fur
rrMcb. loaf, Boiton, Brown and Graham
to(Md,Bnd everything else ordinarily
fa-ad la a firsUclasi bakery. Ue main
Uloiftfull stock of confectioneries, and
ctvB, M wellas any other dealer In tbe
My, ill all orders In that line.
Ctkai Wkad, frosted or ornamented on
tswrt ftotie). Special attention t.n
tht) ordsti of wedding or picnic parties.
Thk Hr. Ohakles Hotel has sovora
ploasant rooms on tho upper floor, euita
Lie for gentlemen, that can bo secured for
tbo wintor, with board, at very roasonablo
Jon Fhiktino The Bulletin com
pany has rocelvod n largo quantity of now
type, and Is now bettor proparod than
ovor before to do lino Job printing. Our
prices aro tbo iowost.
Fott Salb Buuov. Wo desire to sell
a splendid buggy almost new. Wo will
sell It at a groat sacrifice. Persons desir
ing a good bargAin In a buggy havo now
an opportunity to obtain one.
A Boy Frank Uusanka is the father of
a son, who mailo nis advont Into tho world
day beforo yesterday. Thn boy is a heavy
weight; tho city scales will bo brought
Into requisition to ascertain bow much he
The German School socioty will givo
ball on tbo -6th inst, nt Jobu School's
Hall. A general invitation is givon to
all. Full notico, with committees, etc.i
will bo givon next wook. 3JC-10-7-Gt
Notice to the Puiilic. Thu now
licking bouse market in Wilcox's block
will bo open Saturday next, with fresh
R. Jones, fashionable bootmaker, 1:
moved into bis new bouso noxt to his old
ntand on Commercial nvonuo, and assures
bis friends that ho is bettor than aver pro
pi.red to saliify thum In tho stylo, stock,
fit, etc., of tholr boots nnd shoes. An ovi
denco of his ability to satisfy ovorybody,
may bo toon in tho fact that ho is crowdod
with work, and has been compelled loom
ploy tbreo moro HrH-cUis workmon. He
raanufasturoa ovory stylo of boots or shoes
and usos ooly tbo best of material in all
casos, wholhor making a cow-hldo shoo
or a pair of thn finest Frenoh calf boots.
Glvo him a trial, elatlsfactlon is guaran
Tub attompt of Tho Sun lo induce tho
Republican managers ut thu county to
nouinato a candidate for shorill" will
amount to nothing. The people of Alex
nnder county do not much care whether
their shorllf Is a Republican or a Democrat
so that b& Is a good ofllcor; and that Mr.
Ham. Irvin Alls tho bill In this respect no
ono will deny. Ha is universally acknowl
edged a ono ol tho host sheriffs In tbo
state, And has, during tho time ho has bold
to olllco, spent moro money than ho
mado. Tho board of county commission
ers has raisod tho salary for tho next term
and made it a "living salary." It Is only
justice to Mr. Irvln that ho (should bo ro
olootod, and wo aro suro he will be. There
are hundreds of Republicans in Alexan
der county who will voto for him if all the
Republican conventions in tho state should
ordor thorn not to do so.
lio w ik & lino:
O.n nnd aftor Oct. 1st, thu price of day
board ut the St. Charles Hotel, to now
boarders will bo $'-'5 per month, Only a
llmitod number will bo received at the
Ptisan burt'LY. Mr. r. Fitzgerald has
Just received and baa on sale at bis sales
room, a large utock of English ale, porter,
lionncisy brandy nnd wines, nnd Uciuors
of all kinds, which bo will disposo of nt
rcasonablo prices. 280-9.'.5-lm
DANCtso Hciiool. G. 0. Boden will
organise classes in dancing at Kluo'a
Hall, corner Sixth street and Washington
avenuo, Saturday, October 01b, 1B74. Now
features and new dancoi. Juvonile class
cs, on Saturday, at 3 p. m, Ladies and
gentlemen's utatsos. Monday and Thurs
day evonlngs, at "J o'clock.
"In IIkukiiy ReiUestli."-. Tho Sun
commands Col. Wood, tho Joshua of tbo
Republican eenlral committee, to stand
still and tako such steps as may bo
necessary to socuro a more perfoct orga
nidation of tho Republican party In Alex'
ander county and succost at tbo polls In
You will tint) tho latest styles at Elliott
& Haythorn's, They aro ollering dry goods
01 every description at prices that should
Family Ohockry. Albort Grindlor
has openod a family grocery storo on the
corner of Center nnd Walnut streets,, op
potlto thu High School building, Ho will
keep all articles usually kept on sale in
such stores. He invites tbo publio to trivo
Mm a call. Ho will endeavor to mako It
Personal Uondorson, tho stovo than,
is at Cincinnati. Gossinan is running his
storo in his abionce. Now Is tbo time to
got bargains. Bossman is not used to
Henderson's prices, and will sell stoves
and othor goods nt ruinously low figures,
utt to be doing business. Wo bought a
mouse trap nt half-prlco Tuesday, nnd
caught a full-pricod tnouso In thirty sec
onds after wo got It into tbe home.
Mr 0 )Y Woodnrd and Dr Brigbarn
tin vu guno to tho St Louis fair.
-Mr. "Walter Hyslop returned yester
day from an extontlvo trip through Can-
ad and the East.
Mr. William Mr.rtin nnd wife left yos
terday for St Louis, to bo absent a week
or ten tUys.
At the St. Charles: 0 Marcblldon,
Thobcii S H Haynoi, St Louis; G AV
Holland and wife, Now Orleans; John J'J
Lufkln, Anna; P Gwlnti, Canton, Miss.
dt tho Delmonico t Mrs Belhuno,
Mrs Myrlck, Mrs Wood, and Mrs Wahl,
of Onarlostou, Missouri; Dr T A Ualliday,
and O W Jvdion, .Motropolis; Mrs McCoo
Jack Frost has arrived In tbe city
a live gentleman of that name, not tho
vory old wretch who Is making urlip tho
leaves and grass In moro northern lati
tudes. Mr. John Hayoi, of Pittsburg, Penn,,
nophow of Mrs. John 11. Phlllis, has, with
his wife, been eponding a wouk of their
"honey moon'1 in Cairo, visiting his rein
lives. They left on this morning's train
for Kansas, taking In St. Louis nnd the
fair on the. way.
judge nnu jars, uross leavo to-mor
row for Chicago. They will stop a couple
of days by tho way, at Champaign, to visit
their son, Louis, who Is going to school at
tbo Industrial University ut that place.
Mr. lnicoro, tho minority candldato
for the Ifiglslature, will spoak In Cairo bo-
foro .tho campaign onds. Ho is not ft
Mr. Davis, of tho Sun, will canvass
Union and Jackson countios with Mr
Cloments. Mr. Davis will pray and do
nounco the civil rights bill, and Mr. Clem
ents will sing and pralsn it. In this way,
Mr. Popo believes tbo entlro voto of tho
Republican party can bo obtained for his
candldato, and tho postoffico thus socurcd
to his frionds.
0. Winston, Esq,, our candldato for
tho legislature, will visit Jackson county
in a few days and shaku hand) with his
to-bo constituents. Col. Winston tnakos
friends whorover ha goes, nnd we aro sure
that, If lio will only "mix'1 with tho peo
plo In Jackson and Union, ha will got a
vory lariro voto a votu that will be
highly complimentary lo him, and con
cluilvo proof ut his popularity.
Tbo gentlo, gnntcel and ponderous
Max Roller has again, with his little bol
lows In bis hand and his fair round
paunch beforo him, taken his departure
from tho city ot. another piano-tuning
tour. Uo plays the music of tho futuroi
and tolls inimltablo anecdotes in indiff.tr
ont Enclisb. Ho is Wilkie Collins'
Count Foico. or there is no music in a
piano. We plno for him.
Rot. J. A. Malar, of tho Evangelical
Association, was In tho city yosterday
Mr. Maiur has been located, for tho past
two yoars, at Mount Carmul, Illinois, and
is spokon of by tho papers ot that place as
"an earnest Christian gentleman." lie
has been asilgnod to tbo Cairo and Mound
City Mission of his church. Ho preaches
in the Gorman languago, and will deliver
hi first sorinon In tbls city next Sunday
night, in tbo Christian church, Eighteenth
atroot. He Invites all German-speaking
peoplo to hor bim.
J. W. McCartney, Esq., or Tho Mo
tropolls Times, called upon us yesterday.
Mao is ono of the 'live' men of Southern
Illinois, and if be doos not bocomo too in
tensely Democratic will mako his mark
yot. Ho has nlroudy gono past us in poli
tics and is uoarly nbroatt with our most
ultra Bourbons ; but, we hopo he can be
porsuadod to consider his condition with
calmness, and not tako tbo final step. At
this time his aversions in politics are Per
roll and Jones, and bo is giving them tbo
dovll with n vim.
While apathy provails among tho
members of tho Opposition party in Cairo,
wo havo observed with pleature that Mr.
J. R. Cunningham U an exception to this
rule. Ho is anxious to get Into tho fray,
and will work llko a beaver, as tho saying
is, when in. He has expressed to us his
willlngnoss to visit ovory bouso in tbe
county and work for Hartzoll morning,
noon and night. Mr. Cunningham, a law
student In tbo olllco of Judgo Mulkoy, on
thn slump would be a powor, as all will
agroo who hnvo listened to bis Jury argu
ments, surprising oratorical productions
of so young n lawyer.
Council Ciumueu, Cairo, III.,!
Octobor Olh, 1874, 7:30 l-.M
Protont His Honor, Mayor Wood and
Aldormon MoEwon, McGatilay, Msrrls
Nellls, Thlstlowood and Wright C.
On motion of Aldorman Wright tho
minutes of preceding meetings wero ap
proved without reading.
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON HTRKKTS.
Tho report of tho vommlttoo on streets,
recommending that certain portions ol
Fourteenth, Valnut, Fifteenth, Cedar,
nnd Sixteenth streets, bo (Hied, and that
tho samo bo done by special assessment,
which was laid over at last meeting, was
A1.1-.tnan UnVwAn tnrtVN I tn Afltl-
said report, except to striko out that pot
tlon recommondiog that said tilling bo
done bv special atsissment. Motion lost
by tbo fallowing voto :
Ayes McEwon and Wright 2.
Navs McOaulev. Morris. Nellls and
Alderman Morris moved that tho rec-
ommendatlcn of the committto be concur
red in. l.oit by tho ftllowlog veto:
Ayos Morris, McUauley anl TLis'.lc-
Nays-MoEwen, Nellls and Wrlgbt-3,
Said report was, thoroupon, on motion
of Aldorman Wright, roforrod back to tbo
conitullti'o on stroots.
rho report of tho commltloo on streets,
on tbo potltlon of sundry rcsldonts nnd
property holdori on Sixth ilraot, betwoen
Washington Avenuo and Walnut street,
requesting tbe council to havo said itrool
hllcJ, which was laid over at last meeting
of tho council, was presented, and on mo
tlon of Aldorman McEwon, laid upon the
REPORT OP COMMITTEE ON CLAttlrl.
Tbo commi'.tco on clelms reported back
tho petition of F. E. Doltrlch for ro
mission of fino, recommundlng that tbu
waver of tho petitioner bo irrnntod. Tho
chair stated that under thu now charter,
tho council had no power tit remit lines,
and declared said petition out of order.
(Aldermon HalllJay and Waldcr op
paared In tholr seats.)
REPORTS OK CITY ort'I0EKI.
Monthly reports of the following named
otllcors were prasontcd, and on motion of
Alderman Halllduy, received and ordered
flltd, viz :
Of B. t' Blnkc, city treasurer, nnd of
Daniel McCarthy, city Jailor, for Soplcm
bor, and of police magistrates F. Brcss
and J, J. Bird, for August.
Report of City Cornp'.toilor Cox on out
standing scrip. Thn city comptroller ul
mlttcd a roport on amount of scrip Issued,
and for what purpose, from tho 1st of May
to tbe 30th of Septombcr, which wrs, on
motion of AldcrmanJWnght, received and
ordorod fllsd. Said roport is as follows
Amount lulled on ac
count of xalurle 8 0.033.CO
Am't lulled on ucc't ut
Am't l-tued on nec't of
Am t IsMictl mi ace l of
Am't Issued on ucc't uf
Jail and Jailor Ufi.'X,
Am't ianilcd on acc't of
tiro department .r).W
Am i Iiied on a:c't of
board ol henlll - n'jj.75
Am't Issued on acc t id
drain ago BOi.OO
Am't loaned on acc't of ,
council chamber ICO. 15
Am'i Uaiitd on acc't ol
contingent fund 2TtU.'
Am't It-lied 011 acu't ol
printing 130 IK)
Ain't lMticd on acc't of
city election 231.00
PHIL H. SAUP
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OF CONFEC
TIONS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
Do net buy old candies, that havo boon kent over tho
summer and aro stale, claiming home manufacture. Also
see to your weight. Every box ought to contain five pounds
..-I. il ...... . s!.. ....... .1,. T. 1 il. - i
nut) ot u tuiucua uvui tivu jouiiii.-. j.ii;iiicnii;ur 1110 place
Corner 8th St. and Washington Av.
Tho Only Place in the City where You can got a Complete Assortment.
Boardinci. Parties desiring boarding
nnd lodging, or day board, in a privato
family, near the butlnc:i part of tho city,
can bo accommodated by calling at the
two-story wblto framo dwelling in rear of
Dross' building on 11th street. 314-10-CGt
look Out vor JIaiioains. Mr. A
Marx has Just returned from Now York,
where ho purchased ono of tho Unest and
largebt stock of clothing, gent's furnish
ing goods, hats, otc, of thu very latest
stylo, which ho will toll LOWER than
tho lowest. All goods marked In plain
LuMiiKit Still Goino Down. As wo
aru determined to closo out our stock
speedily, preparatory to winding up bus.
inoss, wo will soil all kinds of lumbar at
two dollars per thousand less than mar-
kot prices. A largo lot of lath and etovo
wood on bund, which will bo sold at cor-
rospendlngly low ratos.
21!l-'J.0-tf Wall & Ent.
Lusch Every Day. Goorgo Xiattntr
corner of Fourteouth and Washington
avenue, will furnish heroaitor, evory day
to his patrons a No. 1 lunch, botweon tbo
hours of ten ami twelvo o'clock. Frosh
Mllwaukco' beor and fragrant Hay.
ana cigars to bo bad at his bar at all
Mns. IIuliz has Juot returned from tbo
cast with a full stock of mlllinory goods
and ladlos1, mines' and children's shoos;
also, 11 lirgo stock of ladlos' hair switches,
and goods belonging to tho mlllinory
trade, cutis, hosiery, otc, with a largo
lot Of notions, which sbo will sell cheaper
than any other placo in Cairo, Storo on
tho corner of Eleventh stroot and Wash.
Ington uvoniie. 'J0Q.Q..3-tf
Totil am't i'liied tmni
Hal. outstanding August
Am't Issued In tho
month ol'r-cptcinbcr ..
Total is-iied.... :)0.2ll.:K
Am i of scrip paid and
cancelled tu r-cpt 105.00
Dal, outstanding ricpt.
ORDINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT.
Tho ordinanco committee submitted tbo
following ordinances, which wero read by
tbo dork and laid over for a second road
An ordinance lo repeal section 20 ol ordi
nance No, II.
Ho It ordained by tho City Council of tho
city of Cairo,
section 1. 'mat section 20 or ordinanco
o. 11 lie, ana tue tamo in hereby repealed
An ordinanco providing for tho reconstruc
tion ut Mtiewiilks on i.cveo mreet
lio it oi'dftiued by the City Council ol thu
cuy ci cairo:
nr.CTioN 1. Tb.1t tho tlilctvalks on west
tiuooi i.cveemroel, in mint or tho follow.
Ing named lots be reconstructed, viz : Lots
tlon ol "ld sldnwalk shall bo paid out uf
tho funds arising trom said special ac.s-ment.
.sec. r. Tho owners 01 any 1011 ironing
011 bordenig on m'd sidewalk fhsli be al
lowed thirty days after Hie Unit; t which
this ordinance man take enem. 111 mnoi
to build raid Mitawatk uppoiito 111 lot, nil 1
tberciiy relieve tue cutuo irom cs"mrni
provided that thu nark ahull, ill il l respect,
conform to the rcillromtit of this ordi
nance and be done to the satlsfsct'03 uf the
commit ten 011 miceis.
Huc.il. t'nontlie ex Miration oftiie said 30
days, tho .itv clerk (.lull publMi notice for
tim das In tno tiancr nulilli-hln tin ordi
nances 01 me cuy, netting loriu inn iciieu
bids lor furiilhliig tho liuterluti or dolnjr
1 10 worn, or nit 1. or me rccoiiniruciion hi
sild sidewalk, directed to thu city count II,
will ho rcccltcd at hlsoillce up to tin- nun
ol Ilio nicelln' ofthc cllv council lor tbe
. .. . i . . . . .... 1 .1 -I.-.,
unei U 01 su n i)iu. which niceiiiij pmjii
not bo earlier than taelve nor Liter than
embtccu Cays froui ilalcol raid notlci.
wlili h nollco shall htate the time of said
meeting ami dosi'rlbo tbo work to be done,
uy rcicrrins to mis uruiiiancc, kivid "
number and dato ol amiroiral, anil Hut said
orilinaitpu 11 Kiibicct to examination at any
tiliio nt his iilllcf, Slil bids ahall bo opened
liv tho clerk In thn nrcicneo of the council.
nail tho contract (or dolnjr tho work, or
furnishing tho maternl, or liolli, mi-tin le-con-tiit'tloii
of raid idduwalk shall be
awarded to thn lowest rcmontlblo bidder,
who r-lia'l iitllcient 'iiaraincr, to me sau
fiction ol l!io city cjiiikiI, the lurnl-hlng u
said iiMlerinl or Ilia nerformancc of kii
work, or b'.tli, under tbu siipurlutetiduncu n
time .inmlltr, nil t.,lc-tn within i-tlcll lime ni
may ! n.cd iiy contr.nl. Ifi-iudcliy fundi
cci in it exiieiliunt to Uo mi.
If uid bids are not s.itlficUiry to'tbc tll
i niiDi'il. Ihcv mav rcicct biiv or alt of them,
and may then, or Ihoreailcr. autliorlo ald
Milewalk to Du recon-inicieu uy sucn aj,-ciu
ns they may think proper.
Petition of Goorgo Lobr, Richard Ty
lor and uttnrs, residents and property
owners on Sycamoru stroit, lotwt
Twenty-first and Twenty-third streets,
was read, representing that during heavy
rains thu watur from tho grounds in the
vicinity of tbo court house settled on
their promisos, and caused serious inctn
venienco to themselves and damnge t
their properly. They thuroforo repics
tho council to cviio a ditch to hi dug fo
tho purpose of draining said vicinty
On motion of Aldorman Nellls, said
petition was roforrcd to the cjmniillee on
streets, with instructions tu havo stld
Potltlon of L. Axluy and J. Wagloy
illll, John II. Oburly and others, request
ing tbe council to havo cmstructoJ a tldt
walk on north side of Twelfth ft fret,
from Washington to Wnlnut street,
nad, and on motion uf Alderman Hell
day, referred to tho committeo on streets
Petition of J. R. Cunningham, ropro
scnling that on or about tho '''.It of Sep
tcmbor ono of hi carriage horses ba
been badly damaged by falling through
a holo on Twelfth street, botwoon Oh!
Iovou and Commercial nvanuo, nnd inking
at the hands of tho council the sum
f 50,00 for tbe datnago done to said horse,
wasjprosont'.'d, and on motion of jVIdor
man Ualliday, was referred to tho com
mittoo on claims.
CLAIMS AND Al'COt'NIS.
xno louowing bins tor saiarios were
proicntod, and un motion of Alderman
Morris, allowed by tbt fo'lowlng vote:
Ayos Ualliday, MoEwen, McGauley,
Morris, Nellis, ThljtlowooJ, Walder and
J no Vi'ooJ, mayor, salary for Hop-
tombcr $100 00
W K Hawkins, clork, salary for
Win Mcllalc, marshal, salary for
D J Galligau, superintendent of
stroets, (alary for September ..
Wm Brown, health officer, salary
n. 1M. 14. In nnd 1H. in 1,M,.L- .
.....I it in l.ln,.L-rr . 1 m j ,1 J u .. .t I for Hnnterni.ar
.... J...1. w.wv.-w.iw.w., , .1,1,1., ItOtVt iU. I -1 "
11, 13, 14,15, iu, 17 and 13, lii block I i loui UIF Blake, treasurer, salary for
2, 1, 6, U, 10, 11, 12, 13, H, 15, 10, 17 und It), Septomber
I 1.1. 'I- f. . -in.i I., t u s s in 1 n an .... : I .
in "locij", i ji '"'.."i ?-t iu 11 ,U1U a Uox, comptroller, sa ary to
10. In block 0, all In tho city ot Cairo, SAntotnbor . ...
OECTloN 2 Said sidewalk shall be rceon.
tructcd m ioiiowd: rno sidewalk nliall bo
boiilaccd that the outer edgoofsume shall
bo 20 feet from thu front lino of tho lot
almltinxon that sldu of xalil street; that ll
lect 111 110111 urtuc una 01 eacu lot may ho
tiicd for areas and entrances tu lancment,
which areas and entrances shall bo pro
tected Iiy substantial gratliiB or rolling; and
thcro shall bo a fall ot -1 inches from the
front lino uf tho lots lo tho outer edge uf tho
riEC. ine Haiti tiuewaiKH snail lio re
constructed In tlie following mamior, to-wlt:
Tim tread or top covet ing shall b of kouiiiI
ulilto oak plank. 2J Inches thick, und not
exceeding 0 inciiea 111 tviuiu, in 110 laid
crosswise with nam Leveo urect, und ilrmlv
sot and well spiked on with at least 22 for y
penny nails In each plank, to eleven white
onK Joists, not lot than .'I Inches thick by 11
Inches wldo, laid edgeways: which uUU
man iiu iiecu i igni. nun iiy lnencs upart
from centre tu centre, and flrmlv eel and
well r-pllscd Witts rorty penny spike (into i
(trlngcrs ol whllo oak, running ciosvho
with ial(l Joists; tnld strliigtrH to bo not lo
than 8 Inches square, placed 8 feet and 4
Inches spurt from ccutro to centre; oaeli
stringer to rou upon thrco tipiights or oak,
Pinches square, plaeod 10 feel apart; Haiti
uprights to bo mortised ami tenoned into
each strlnucr, und Into mud Mils nut less
than 4 inches thick Iiy 12 Inches wide, Dimly
bedded into tho ground; tho middle or cen
tre uprlgnt shall bultor ors'upol loot bor
iontal to 25 loot perpondleular toward tho
slope of t lie levoc; said sldtwulks ut street
crossings to be extended 10 tout Into tho
street 011 each sldu uf said street. TI10
utrect crossings shall bo 0 leot wide and con
structed of white ouk lilaflk, 10 Inches wide
and (1 Inches thick, to be laid to ten level of
thn outer ciIko or tbo sidewalk; tho outer
edito of said sidewalk framo to bo boarded
un with !l inch wblto oak plank from tho
mud sills to tho lower cilgo of tbo treud ur
top covering; Haul planks lo be well spiked
onto the framo. ...
Sko. 4. Tho local Improvements herein
provided for, shall bo mado by special us
issjincnls and In nccordanco wttls tho pro
isions of sections 18 lo 01 inclusive, ofar
tlc'o 0 of tho act of tho gcnorsl atseinbly of
the state of Illinois, Approved April 10th,
iu?i .! nntltled: "All act to Drovldo for
tho 'incorporation ot cities and villages;"
and the cost ami CNpcn-csotlheivcnns'triic.
Ssptomber CO 00
A Cain, John bhoeuan, J u lialiuu
Chas Mehnor and W W Woo
len, police constables, salary for
tiuptumber, each "5 00
J J Bird, police msgmtriitu, salary
for August , .0 00
F Bross, police magistrate, salary
for August 25 00
Tho following bills woro presented and
read, and on motion of Aldorman Halll
dajYreforred to tbo cominittio on claim;
R II Cunningham, rent of council
chamber to Oe.t 1st 20 u(j
Uboriy and Davie, publishing
council proceedings, Am, to Oct I .35 00
D McCarthy, dieting prisoner in
Jail, in Sept, -03 days 101 fio
D McCarthy, oxtra meals furnish
ed prisoners in Hupt 0 1G
Cairo Box and Baskot Co, !,1BG ft
lumber, at f 16 per M 107 70
John P Hely, for estimates and
specifications forsuwor through
Ohio Levee, at Thirty-olghth st, CO 00
A Susimka, fur two wutur barrels, a 00
John Clancy,- fur two lbs candles, (lo
Huso, Loomls & Co, tor ico for
clerk's olllco Uf
Huso, Loomis cs On, for ice for la
borers on ntreots
J B Road, I! It Jl whoclharrnws,,.
Ualliday Bros, il barrols cement,..
Walters, GOU (oat In inch drain
tllo, at 00a
Baralay Bros, box, 0 glass jars, &o
Delta City lira Co., 0110 quarter's
hIIowhuco to Oct 1st SO 00
Hibernian Firo Co, onu iunitor's
allowance to Oct 1st Co 00
Arab Fire Co, ono quarter's allow
nnco to Oct 1st CO 00
Rough and Ready Flro Co, onu
quartor'iallowanco CO 00
Henry Bryant, for reconstructing v
627 feet sidewalk on jf.loTentlt
stroot, from Washington to
Walnut, at 35c 181 4C
Honry Bryant, for reconstructing
.lai leei sidewalks on south sldu
Fourth stroet, from Commercial
to Wsshlncton, at 28c
Hjnry Bryant, for reconstructing
suiewaiK an cast side ropiar
sireot, extending north 1(3 feet
Henry Bryant, for reconstn cling
on south sidoTwrnly-urst tieet,
Irom Poplar to bicamore, COI
feat, at 83c.
Henry Bryant, for reconstructing
sldowaiK 011 rast sldo Washing,
tosj. from Fourth to Kifals strait,
225 feet, at 37c . .
Jno Oladiioy, for removing i;ar
huge in Hsptomber, per contract
M E Cowers, for hauling 'J
drunken men to jail.
Jas Mohan, for romovlng dead
cow outside lovcii.....
I'hos HcCsbo, fur hauling 3
drunkon men to jail
A McTigiH', for hauling 2
drunken men to Jail
Ino Sullivan, for hauling I
drunken man to jail
Pat Walder, for hauling 1
drunkon man to jail
Thos Fitzecrald, 231 day's work
on sidewalks i
P Conlan. 25 tlays' work on
Win Qulnn, lor 25 day s' werken
Jerry Murphy, iSdays' work ou
Dan Foley, 8 days' work un
Jas Easting, 8J days work tn
Dan'l McCarthy, 17 days tn
charge of chain gang 31 CO
M K Powers, hauling 20 loads cf
sidewalk lumbor 10 00
Thos .Mehan, hauling siwor pipes
por contract 0
Bath Bly, hauling '.'4 loads cinder
O W Wheeler & Co, hauling on
tr ett with cartl days a $3 . .
Thomas Wilson, expenses of at
tandlng ttato board or equallxa
tlon at Springfield
RESOLUTIONS AND MOTIONS.
The following resolution presented by
Alderman Wright was adopted on a divi
sion by a votn of C to I, viz:
Resolved, That tbo stroet committee bit
Instructed lo proposo to tho Cairo C.ty
(ai Co., to furnish gas for street lumps
for one year upon tho following terms, viz
$3 CO pur poit per month, payabh in city
crip, the gns company to light rnd extin
uuli, nnd tu clean lamps wbonover nec
essary, to make all repairs, and to cbarg'i
only for lamps actually lit
The following resolution otTsrcJ by Al
derman McGauley was on notion of Al
derman Nellis, adopted, viz.
Resolved, That thu ordlr.an -4 committee
be Instructed to propose an amendment tu
tbu ordinances of th.t cl.y,
providing that in repairing, re
constructing or constructing sidoivalvs
hereafter, tbo nails driven In tbo top nieces
Into tho contro stringer, bo driven in thu
odge of thn plank, so that tbe beads of tho
nulls will nut inlorfero with pedestrians,
by drawing out.
Tbo following resolution, offered by AI
man Wright, wat adnptoJ, viz:
Resolvod, That hereafter all city col
tracts, after being drawn up, rialy for
signatures, shall b . submitted to tin ccun
ell before being signed by tho respocllve
The mayor stated that he bad rnlcaied
from jail, Jennio Mobain and Jane Ad
ams, who wero arrested for violation cf
sectioi 10 of ordinanco Ko 4, and submit
ted bis action in the matter to tho coun
cil. On motion of Alderman Morris tbu
mayor's action In tbe promises was ap
proved. Tbo mayor etatod that tbo tlmo fir
which Wm. Brown had been appointed
as health olllcsr had oxplred on tbo 1st
inst., and at tbero was a vacancy In tho
night pollen, causod by tbo rosignatlon of
Henry T. Martin, ho would nominate said
Brown to fill said vacancy. Nomination
confirmed by tho following voto :
Ayes Ualliday, McEwon, McGauley,
Morris, Mollis, Thlstlowood, Walder nnd
On motion uf Aldorman Nellls, tho
Will K. Hawkish,
For Sale, A good fruit farm, ono
milo west of Coldon station, ou tho I. C.
R. R., and eighty rods oast of tho Cairo
and St. Louis railroad. Suld farm has a
llmo kiln working on it, and contains a
lino bod of lime rock. Thn fruit trees Just
coming Into bearing, consist of apples,
pears, cherries and plums. Also straw
hordes, raipborrlcs, blackberries, plo
plant, etc. Will be Hold for a smull sum
down, bslanco on long tlmo- Inqulro of
J. Lttnbnrt, corner Eighteenth street and
Commercial avenuo, or 0. Winston, Ohio
lovoo, Cairo Illinois. 0-27-2w
MATTRESS ANJJ FURNITURE MANU
FACTURE). Moisrs; Sogrist and Ilar
mnn have opotiod, on Washington avenue
betwoen Thirteenth and Fourteenth
street n shopT where they proposo to do all
kinds of repairing on spring or common
msttrosses, upliolstoring, sofas, loungos,
chairs, etc, and also ropalrlng and ro
ynriiishlnglfurnituro of all descriptions.
Thoy will sow and lay down carpets and
hang paper. New mattrossos and lurnl-
turo mado lo ordotv Teey have eome to
Cairo to stay, and respectfully solicit tho
patronage of tho public. 288-0-20.1m