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THURSDAY EVEH1N0, OcW6orir.Ui.
: AUROJR'A; ,;FLOYD.
FULLi DRAMATIC COMPANY
Who will appoar for n few night only.
Adml-ion(Vicent. He eiv.)d seats ccuti-,
CbiMrra under thrive 23 c nt. Jhilrenln
reiTrved scat. 33 cuts.
Refit ecured ai Din Jfarim.inn'.
THKKE l more fun In the
I'hriui'w l'LUOIC than any
al led nr t rliito I lory thui
,ia iiecitulv . tho tiutiiirt Ihi
VcatH Ni-ver liefnm linn been
nceordml to Mir pic lire or let
' of plcturcV. the popularity thife
I'limmm ll.vn .t.olnn.l SZ9n
10 by . 22 inclicf. Price, 810
Address order to
.MKN bavo Keen and
rare pleased with the
ctvomo "l'luck, "
which for their humo i
and Una moral Utpoti
ai well as the excel
Unco ol execution
are the Most popular
cfcromoH of the day, and shoutu have n place
in every lamuy.
Jfnot found at vour blcturo dealer." send
your order, or lor a dcaorlntlro rlrrnlar, to
i. i' . iuijl.ii,
. - 1
M. K. KUENE,
COB. 13TH AND WALNUT SniEET
r, O. Vox COO. CJS-10-15-tl:
STUAKT & GHOLSON.
TTe lake plfature in announcing to
our friendt that our ttoch of Fall and
Winter Goodi is now arriving. We
shall offer this sea ton a stock of Dress
Fabric. Trimmingi, Famy Goodi,
Notions, etc., which for variety, style
and excellence of-material, excels any
thing tee have heretofore offered. Our
large and increasing trade enables its to
huy from first hands at the lest sources
of supply. Always on the alert to gain
every advantage in prices, tec are happy
to state that this season xce have secured
the most attractive stock in the market,
at jrices which tee gawantee "Jtock
Bottom." We affirm our ability to du
plicate Chicago and St. Louis prices.
We KEEP ONLY THE MOST
DESIKADME GOODS, ALLOW
NO REMNANTS TO ACCUMU
LATE, MAKE NO HAD DEBTS
AND WILL NOT BE UNDER
SOLD BY ANY HO USE JN THE
TRADE. A v.sit oj inspection will
eonciiioc 2tirciiMra of ; extraordi
nary laryains offered by the popular
and progressive one-price, cash Dry
Goods house of
Stuart & Gholson. .
Bctled proponnlv, addrettrd to the city
council ot thu tWy ot Cairo, wilt be received
atrny office, ho. m Commercial uvnuo.
until fto'tlscV p. m. of Tuesday, the lath
day ol October, 1M4. for tumlablnis th"
material aoddoloK iho work lor the con
atructlon ot a kcwer through tho Ohio levee
ator ncrTbIrty.eli;htli atr.ct.
...It! .e ter lV bo. lntiucted aceordlnz
to the plan and sp:c Hcattons turnlkhed bv
John r. Healer, city cugiuecr, a, d wWcf,
pl.n and .pcc.t caUom are now on Ble I
toyolllcD, nubject to exauuuitlon at any
The parly to whom the contract may bo
tartm,nl,,Uo ,r.,lulr,Pd o give a eod
muuiiii uuim jur inn jaiiuuu perrurm
. Tflo city council reicrrcs tho linbt t. .
Jectauy and all projiosalj.
tio-K-lot it. s. cox. City Comptroller.
Va. n . w - .
u" ".. guou jrui; tarm, one
mun weit of Coldea station, oa tho I. 0,
, ua eignty roai eait of tho Cairo
ana or. nuls railroad. tJald farm I...
llm kilnvro,kIne on it, and contain, a
fin. bed of lime rock. Tho fruit trees imt
coming into bearing, conilit of app,.
...... aIiamIa. .-. u I . ' I
iu jiiumi. Alio straw
1 ... ....
foipuornoi, oiackLerrln, nt.
Ml... . Y1TI11 L . A .
r tijii hi aom ior a small sum
own, balanco on Jong time: Inquire of
J. Limbert, corner Eighteenth street and
uoMutciai avenue, or 0. WIntton, Ohio
!, vBiro iiiinols. 0-37-2w
BoAwo.-VMtles desiring boarding
Mdlodgln,, or day board, in a private
family, near tb buslneti pr, of the cIt
ft U accommodated by calling at tbe
tvo-ttory jrblt frama dwelling a rear of
ttttf bnHdDKon 11th itrect. 3l?.oCo
OAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
THU USD AY, OOTOBEIt 10, 1871.
lllll II. nil.
Rnmnlmilr to take from us n thousand bill
heath, good paper and tlnoly pnntcJ, lor
tfa.wj 10 w.
One thousand statement prlntoil at The
ijclletin otiico lor sa.uo to w.
(Inn tlmttaiinil nnle lieadi tirlll'ctl at THE
Hulletin olllce Jor fl.oo: two thousand lor
nnn Ihntltnnil 1itllnr4 rnrd. Ullrt IttistOl
board, printed aft he Uullktin offlco lor
from f l.h to iJO UU, according to elxo.
Wc arc authorized to announce that A
11. Irvln will be a rnndldato at tho entiling
clcclljii for rc-clcr lion tothoofllcool sheriff.
FOR lltr, I.KGISLATUlti:.
Wo ore uii'horlr.cd to niitiouni'C that V
K. AMHtlUlir, ot .lnck'.li count), U a
cuulldatp, nt the ensuing November ole
tiot). as n KcMesciitatlvo of tho riltlctli
Senatorial District In tho next Getioml
Oar your oyTtorint coo Dolmorjfco.
For Kent, A lino cottago. Inqulro
of Goorgo Fisher. 332-lO-lO.Ct
Tub licit oysters at tho
great bill at tho
The company merit
Don't forgot tho
a full hoiiso. .
SILK HATSI SILK HATS I
Silk Hats mndo to order at A. Mnrx'u,
70 Ohio lovoo.
Fnr.hU oysturs or anything olio you
want at tho Delmonlco Koitaurunt ojion
day nnd night.
Foil Kent. Cottage, Ko. 02 Tenth
street, between Washington and "Walnut.
Enquire of Chat. Line, or ntTiiB Uullk
tin offlco. 335.10.1Mf
The ladles of the Episcopal church aro
making arrangements for an oyster supper.
It wilt bo held next week In tbo building
lately vacated by Elliott & Haythorn.
Dn. Jk.nklle. Can bo iouml nt his
dental parlors on Eighth stroot at all
hours, llatt of roferoncos given ns to pro
1 E. Alurioiit is in attendauco on tbo
circuit court nt Marlon, and not In Union,
as wo stated yesterday. Font is achiev
ing numerous shoavos of laurels as u crim
Coyne's oyitor depot and restauran
Oysters in tho sholl and can, frcih ovoryt
day, at l'hll Saup's old stand, bolwoeu
Sixth and Suvontb strools, Cairo, ill.
Tlir. Oorman-Americnn ssljool, of this
city, numbers over llfty pupils. Mr. II.
Appnl Is principal; Miss Yocum, teacher
of Eugllsb; Mn, Appal, tcachor of em
The city jail is In us good condition as
circumitancus will permit. Wo do not
spiak from personal observation. Our In
formation is derived from a committee of
councilman who havo boun there.
Two rooms to ront, between Tenth and
Eleventh streols, on Waiblngton avenue.
Apply at County Olork's offlco.
A vod.no man, strictly honest und ln
duitrious, and a No. 1 collector, do.lres u
situation in a Cairo buslneis bouso. Ad
drois U. O , drawor 2K1, or apply to tho
acf t'tifrrim edit, r of Tub Bulletin.
Wantbd. Carpenter work in part
piymont fur a piano or organ. Call at
the new stcro next to Arlington Uuuiu ul
once. C. KoiiniNS.
Tilt: Sr. Chaiilks Hotkl has Severn
pleasant rooms uu tho upper floor, euitu
ble for gentlempn, tlmt an h tecured for
hu wltit.'' rcH'oniiblo
FokSa ..ro to sell
a splendid buggy almost imw. NYo will
loll It at a great sacriilco. l'erions desir
ing a good bargain In n buggy bavo now
an opportunity to obtain otto.
A. II. InviN enters tho Held as a candl
dato for re-election to tho offlco ofShiriff
Uuder the rircuimtr.nces , who wouldn't'
Iteferonco to his candldicy will bo rmdo,
as tbocanvais progresses, ns ocr&ilon may
uomand. Heo announeement.
Notice to the Tudlic Tho now
packing houie markot In Wilcox's block
will bo open fcjaturdny next, with freih
meats and now lnr l, at tho lowcit markot
I'eksohal. We noto tho followlntr
prominent personages at the St. Charles ;
Oeo. Cbollet, Now Orleans; Chas
Hrockoukatnp, New York ; A. R. Alux
andcr, Cork, Ireland; W. Mark, Now
lork; V. Is. Jteed, Sioux City, Iowa
E. D. Mullen, Liverpool, England.
One AIIco W-.tton Jerked nn unduo
amount of ollensivn chin-muilc, In tho
preionco of an obncxloui neighbor, yoitor-
day, and whs sued, bbo appears 2 beforo
Illrd, but tho projooutlns witness falling
loputiuon appearance, Alloa 'rns ad
monlihed to nn no moro, and sent adrift.
A votnva man from Mound City, and
uis name it is Join Gomez, wb plcktd up
luesaay uigbt, drunk,- drunk even to
the extent of llmborness. When brought
to answer lie was sober, sensibly and
lorry; whereforo the 'squlro extended his
palm, clutched a dollar, and Joshua do-
parted, ' "' '
The ringing ot Miss Jennie "WtHtz.
with Lord & Whlteley, bat nevor Ixcn
quillcd in Cairo. It ii worth, nil tbo
troublo and cxpenio to bear ono tone
from Lor, to any nothing of Latilo Lord,
and the other attraction it the tlieslro
"Why Ii It that tho city council do not
prohibit the hawking nbout our streets ot
"frc.ib eggs and apple. One putalun and
fat chlckeni, cliolco butter and bully tur.
nlpi." etc., anJ-so-forth. Tho nut-cries of
the hawkors nro vlolatlro or tho quiet of
tho city, nnd should bo hushed.
Ir Ibo Lord and Wblteloy troupe now
occupying the boards of thn Athoneum,
depended alono upon tho singing of Mill
Wollz'for public cocnmundatlon, wo nro
turo It would not be withhold. Sho ii, It
It conceded, tho belt vocallit that has
visited our city for many years.
Mr. Edward Guohe, traveling teacher
of tko btuto Turner organization, Is In tho
city, and will remain during tho balanco
ol the month. He was selected from n
long Hit of applicants ai tho most thor
ough Turner in the State. Th society in
this city numbers about fifty mcmbors,
Oo and seo Louies Lord in her character
of Aurora Floyd,ln which alio has no equal
on tho American slago. This popular
drama, found, d on Miss Hraddon'a famous
novo!, Aurora Fioyd.wlll beontba hoard,
tj.night. 'L'o ho followed by tho roaring
farce, A kiss in the darli'"
J(Ani2i:LL'srpDtcli atMoond City,
Tuaulny ovitnlup, wh cnthusiartically re
celvod by thn laruest polltlual meeting
hold thero during tho canvass. Tho De
mocracy of I'liliukl Hro united, nnd will,
on tho 3d proximo, glvo n good account of
tbcnuolves. From Mound City Mr. 11.
goes to Vienna.
Tun propoiition that tho council chain
bor should bo partitioned ro as to provide
a room to ssrvu as pollco headquarters, Is
an economical ono, nnd should be carried
out. ir, during tbo sovoro nights of the
coming winter, nny of our watchmen
feel disputed to tako a nap, they should
havo comfortablo quarters.
a mo' just in rccoipt of ton barrels
of prlino, honeit Uoldon Syrup from Cal-
irornia. Also Oaliloriila fruits, now
sugar-cured hami, Jt"!i morlcan
choose; plno uppla chooso; 31 tags primo
lllocollco from New Orloans, very cheap,
Timothy nnd clovor seed, otc.
10-1.1-tt Stbatton is Uttiu.
One O. E. Edwards visited a cortrin
castle, In this city, where sexual com-
morcq is oncouraged, and with or without
cauio fairly doluged the proprietrois with
hluln-hot abuio. Tnkeu before Bird ho
exhibited a reasonabio degree ot pen!
tonco, and was let olfj thorotorc, on pay
ment or uno, and tbo usual ooncomlt-
Losr. On tho fnlr excursion train go
ing to or returning from St. Louis, a pair
of silver frame Ilrazillian pobblo glasies
nnd somo notos payublo to Oeo. W. Er win,
that aro of no use to any ono but myself.
Tho finder will bo well rewarded by re
turning thom to tho Bulletin Office at
Cairo. Wm. Maiitin.
Theatre. Thu Lord k Wblteley dra
mntlo company recti vod much bottor
nttondanco last nlht than on pruvious
vvoningj, but not so good ns thay de
served., Their playing was oxcellont. We
nolo among thoeo who nro deserving of
especial mention, Miis LouWn Lord, J.
A. Lord and O. W. Taylor. Don't fail to
sco them thU nvnnino An onti.o now
bill will bo on thn board.
While in Mound City, Hon. William
llirtzull was the gueit of Oapt. Humble
ton, Wo mod not aay that ho wan hoi
pltably entertained, and informod for tho
tint timo In his lifo of tho tad fata of old
Mrs. l'erkins, who rodo twonty miles to
inspect farmer Jones' daddy rabbit. The
utory ! a sorrowful ono. No wondor
City Scan- Wanted. Wo want to
purchase live hundred dollars ic, city
Scrip for which wo will pay soronty flvo
cents on tho dollar, nnd no more. Partloi
wishing to dispose ot scrip nt tho abovo
prlco, can apply to
J ewett Wilcox & Co,
St. Charios Hotel.
311 10-13 3t
Amo.no thi morn pr.iiini.t'iit of tho ar
rival' at thu St. Charles wo llntl tho fol
lowing; W A Webbwr, oftho Inter-Ouoan,
Chicago; M 0 Hatcher, Now Madrid, Mo
.1 P l'uck, Omaha; E Drown, Chicago
.1 limes llrgan and James 11 Llnyd, Man
chester, Eogland; W Morgau, Rod 15ud,
111; E Flinn, Philadelphia; W W Wright,
Mompbii; I1 R Lance, Cincinnati. ;
There was scarcely standing room
Tueiday night, for tho men, women and
children who attended tho oyster supper
given in Elliott Si Haythoru's hall, by
thu ladles of tbo l'rosbyterlan church.'
Tho affair was an Immonso success, and
nntwlthttandlug tho dhcomforts Iniepu
.. . . i.
rauio irom nn oyer-crowuoj room, every
body expressed himjclf or herself abun
dantly satlifled haudsouioly entertained
iil niNrxj in Cairo ii erratic. Our flour
merchauts, our dry goods ami grocory
men, and our boot and ulioo dealori aro
in tho midst ot nn active trado ; wlillo our
confcctioncrf, restaurateurs, draymen nnd
mechanic declaro that, In their callings,
there Ii a perfect stagnation. Tho gen
oral aipoct of buiinoii ad's Irs U, notwith
standing tho exceptions named, as en
couragingas uiual, at thiisoiison.
John l'. IIEI.KV, Jisrj , civil ongmoer,
proposes to lurniiu an malorui, and con
struct tho proposed tov;er under tbo levee
at Tnlrty-rigbth street for $1,030. If u
knew aoything about tho matter, we
tthould prmtoutico tbo bltl a low ono. At
all events, tho work should bo given to a
compolent roan; and Holy, it Is well
known, would bo Justified in pleading
guilty to inch a designation.
Tin: multiplying expressions of dissatis
faction over tho candidacy of Inscoro has
Induced ono Citpt. Thorp; of Jackson
county, to'onttr tho field as an Indepen
dent Republican tiranger candidate.
Thorp Ii laU lo b$ a nun of fair ability,
thorough Kepubllcan, and popular
among tho Grangers. Ho is dclormlnod
that, if he falls at all, bo will fall fight-
Ingi with his faco to mo enemy.
Dklmomcu llcTKbOaptaln FlelJs,
Momphis, Tonnj Vm E Wlloy, Mnrion
Ky! James Olatk, Champalgnj U
Smith, Hickman! J Wlliun, Now Or
leans i David Young, uiovrport, ivyi
Martin Younu, do; DavIJ Itice, do: Hen
ry Hums, 1'urryvllle, Mo; 11 0 .Ten i,
Ash Hill, Mo; U Obryant, Ubarioiton;
E Smith, Metropolis! Wm n
Clear Urcolr, Ills.
Tnw Sun editor fays this call upon
Sheriff Irwin does not contain names that
ho expectod to seo there. If ho will
extend Inquiries ho will learn, no doubt,
that tho names ho has in his mind's eye,
aro not thore because tho owners ol them
wore not called upon. Had tho "..all"
been Industrlouilv circuluted, It would
have. contained, not 800 but 1,800 names
of voters, undoubted and substantial.
Trick-latino on the Cairo nnd St. Louis
railroad was commenced in this city, yes
tsrday morning. Aconiidorablo forc',iion
gaged at tho work, and as thero will be no
dnlav nn account of a lack of iron, we
shalloxpccta fiilflllmont of tbepromlifl
given In the IIulli.tik two whom ago,
I viz, that trains will como through from St
Louis to Cairo oa or beforo tho lit day
orDooenib'. IVoikon tho ruad e!o
whoro Ii being puibeil vigorouilr, with
view to tho earliest posilblo completion
Oajiii or TitAVKS. The ladlei of tho
First l'resbyterian church of Cairo em
brace this early opportunity to roturn
their thanks lo Messrs. Groen & Gilbert
for the free uio of tho room for the festi
val: to Mr. I). Hartman for the loan of
dlihei; to Mr. F. lilake for gv; lo Mr. C.
Cunnlnghnm for gratuiU.ua icrvices ns
caihior, to Mr. Wbeelock lor grpi to
Mr .School lor uie of chiirr, and lo vari
ous mcmbors of tho church for llbra1 do
nations ot ico cream, grocerici aud con
fectionerlei. In overy retpoct tho fcill"
val was a decided succest.
The Sun man has liitorviowcd an in
telligent Democrat. The intelligent
Democrat told tho Sun man that thero is
no onthuiiaim for Harlzol anywhere; that
in Wllllamion ho don't amount to a row
of pine; in Jackson county nobody wants
htm; in Union ho Is fiat, nnd that, gener
ally, ho is tho embodiment of weakness.
Wo sent that "Intolligont Democrat" to
tho Sun man, unaor tho 'posltlvo Injunc
tion that ho should say what be did say,
knowinc- that Davis couldn't hold It. It
was our purposo to play on our cotempo
rary' credulity. Having succeeded, wo
Geroulo will not relent. His stub
bornneis increases. Tho council is unre
lenting, and is becoming resentful. Hence,
it is evident that no arrangement for gai
for tbo street lamps Is probable. Tbo
action of Councilman Wright indirateti
indeed, that thu breach Is impuiiable, and
that no further effort looking to an ar
rangement will be made, lionca, parties
who havo patent "iights" odorous hero
stno, greasy sperm oil, anything that will
servo to dispol the Egyptian darkness that
nightly enshrouds Cairo, should read the
council proceedings to be found in anoth
er column, and preparo a bid.
The Thiku appearunco or Lord &
Whitley'' dramatic troupo, on Wednesday
night, waa greeted by o full houio.
Intriguo ; or tho Falso aud TruV was put
upon tho stago in shape thai would huvo
done credit to any metropolitan company,
and was, therefore, to Cairo playgoers,
on unueal treat. Louio Lord's Catherine
Gaunt wasajjuit conception of that
character, while J. A. Lord's Grifllth
Gaunt could scarcoly improved upon.
Theso characters boing admirably sup.
ported, we nqed not say that the audience
was delighted with tbo intertalnmonl
To-nlhgt Aurora Floyd, or the Secret o
Kiss in tho dark, should, und will
doubt, crowd tbo Athonnum,
05 Tuesday evoniag Matahal Mcilalo
deicriod an Individual lying in tbeguttor,
on Commercial avenue, and inquiring th
wherefores, ascertained that the man was
subject to piralytlo itrokes. His name be
gave as John V. Hay. Ho was walkln
along thu street, his legs fullod him and
he tumbled Into thu gutter, llo had bee
to California; accumulated $4,000. I
Chicago ho frrmod a co.partnorship with
a vory plauilble Individual, Into whoio
handi he confided his $1,000. The follow
ing day he learned that his plauilblo part
nor had varno sod, carrying with him th
aforesaid 11,000. In tho hopo of flndin
his rascally partner ho cams to Cairo
When we say that ho ii now in tho hoe
pltal, wo concludo the story.
Mil. Eulkh) informs us that lio has
made arrangements with Henry Arter
tho largoit Importer of Fronch and Gor
man calf In Now lork, and will receive
all Uis stock direct from him. Tho II n
invoice will ha rocelvud in a fow days
and it will bo to tho interest of all his
palromi and the general public to call nnd
examine hii stock beforo ordering tholr
boots and ilioos olsowhoro. Ho guaran
tecii saiiilactlon in all catos. 10-D-t
The tJhroer eoop is ou .hi corner i
Llghth strcdt and Commercial avonuo
whero J. Uoorgo Stienhouso with bis gen
tlemanly anlstants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to soothe
your feollngs with a smooth shavo, or cool
your temper and head with a good sliarn
poo. It ii a first-dsn shop, nnd you aro
suro or receiving Hret-ol&sj treotment
Ladies' and chlldron'e hair cut or curled
In tho most approved stylo. B-lB-tf,
Millinerv, Tbimmino and yAvov
Stork. Miss Uurnildo desires to call the
attention of tbo ladies to bor full and
comploto lino of millinery and fancv
;oodijuit openod in thoAthonoum build-
l"g on Commercial avenue. Her stock
conilitsofafull niiortmont of fall hta
Javacanvai and patterns, a full lino of ze
puyri, all colors, feathers, Fronch flowora.
ribbons, and a general assortment of fancy
articles, iuch ai aro kept In a millinery
A. H. IRVIN.
HIS KKBl'ONSK TO THE "CALL"'
To Co'. John Wood, It. Wat-oil Webb, 11.
II. Cunningham D. T Linear, .1. II.
Mulcthy, 1. Saup, It. A. l.'dmon lion,
and other i
Ge!tlkme! Accopllng tho "Call,''
i&ncd by you and nmro than eight bun-
dre I other voters of Alexander county, as
an endorsement of mv offlclal conduct ai
herllT, and as tbo eipreulon of an honeit
deiire that I should itaud (or re-olcclion,
I feel Impelled to glvo you an afflrinativo
It hss been my aim, during my torm of
sorvico, to porform my duty as I wai ont-
bUd to seo my duty; and If, In anything,
I failed. I beg to asiuro you that tho head
was at fault and not tho heart.
iu consenting, as i do, to becomo n
candidate for r-oloclIon, 1 feel called
upon to make no promlioi of inoro effi
cient scrvlco than 1 uavo hitherto run
tiered. I can only anuro you that, il
electrd, 1 will (as I always did) striya to
do my duty faithfully and fearleis y, re
gardlcit of all roniequenocu personal to
Thanking you, and thoio who jolnod
you In tho "call," lor tho Hatterlng ox
prestion or confidence you havo given,
and for your promlso of gonorotia sun
port, permit mo to stibicribo myself,
Alex. 11. Iiivin
Regular Meeting of tho City Council
Council CitAstiiF.it, 1
Cairo, lllloolt, Oct. 13, 1874. f
l'rtfiant, Ills Honor Mayor Wood, nn
Aldermen Halllday. McEwen, McGauley
Mathusi, Nelli', TlilMtowood and Wright
On motion of Alde'rman 3IcOauley, th
mlnutet of lait regular meeting weru ap
proved without rcadicg.
An ordinance entitlod "an ordinanoo lo
repeal soctlon 20 of crdlnanco No. H
was read n second tlmo by tho clerk, and
on motion of Alderman llalllday, adopted
by tbo following vole:
Ayei Hnlllday, McEwon, McGauley,
Mathuii, Nelllr, Thlitlewood and Wright
(Alderman b'aup appeared In bis seat.)
An ordinance entitled ''in crdlnanco
providing for tho reconitructloa of side
walks on Lovoo itrcet," was read a second
lime, and on motion of Alderman Wright
adopted by tho following vote:
Ayes Halllday, Mathuii, McGauley,
MoEwen, Nollls, Saup, Tbiilluwood a-id
RKrollT OV COUMITTKE ON STREETS
A communication from H. T. Garould,
secretary Cairo City Gas company, ad
dressodto W. 1. Wright, chairman street
committee, declining tho proposition to
furnish gas for tho price, viz: $3 CO por
poit, which tbo council, by reiolution,
instructed tho com mitten to oiler, und
proposing to furnlk gas at $1 per poit
per month, providing the ulty would put
tho street lamps In comploto ordor and
that no discount bo tnado from bills by
roaion of lights buing extinguished by
wind or rain, Wfs presented, nnd on mo
tion ot Alderman Nellit recivd ana
RKI'OKT OT CLAIMS COMMITTEE.
The committee on claims to whom the
following bills were rolurrtd, roportod tho
tamo back, recommending payment
thoroof as follows:
J 11 H Cunningham, rent oV council
.unuiuci fcij VWfc I9h
Oburly und Dvis, pub.Uuiiig
council proceedings, iij, to Oct 1
D McCarthy, dieting priioners in
Jail, in Sopt, 'J03 dus
D McCarthy, extr meals futuish
od prisoners in Sept,
Cairo Mox and iiaiket Co. U.lHfi ft
lumber, at $10 per M l .jo
joba 1 Holy, lor uatimatoi hm,i
specillcaliuiu for sower through
Onio Levee, at Tnirty-oightn kt,
A Susanka, for two wntor barrels,
John Clancy, tor two lbs candles,
Huse, L'omis & Co, ior ico for
clerk a ufflc
Hue, Looiuis ii On. lor ioe fur Jk.
borers on streits 3
J H Heed, 3 H it wheolbnrrows... 0
Hnlliday Uros, 2 barrels cement... 4
S Waltors, 600 feel 16 inch drain
tue, at auc... 450 0o
Iiarclay Uros, box, 0 glasi Jars, i:y 'i -it.
ueita uuy nro uo., ono quarter's
aiiowanco to uct 1st , so 00
Hibernian Firo Co, ono quarter's
allowance to Oct 1st go 00
Arab Firo Co, one quarter's allow-
aoce to uct Jit r.n nn
iiuugu ana iioaay i-iro Co, ono
quarter s auowauce 00 00
utinry uryant, ior reconnecting
j.i loot siuewaiK on j'.lovcnth
stroot, from Waihington to
it ainui. at joc ihi .(.-.
uonry uryaut, lor reconstructing
jai test aiuuwaiits on soutti sldo
Fourth street, from Commercial
to Washington, at 28a in nn
uenry uryaut, lor reconitructlng
piuowaiK uu ossi iiuo i'opiar
slreet, from Divieion sreot
extending north 103 foot, at
Henry Uryaut. for reconstrueilm-
. 1.1- . I.. . w.
luuwniK ou souin aide xwonty
llntslroet.from l'oplar toSyca
inoro. G01 foot, nt !!:( inn
Henry Ilryant, for reconstructing
siuowaiK on "ast siuo wasning
ton, from Fourth to Fifth street.
V1U feet, at 37o , 3 43
Jno Uladnoy, for removing gar
uue iii aujJteiuuur, per con
tract or, en
At a rowers, for hauling L'
drunken men to Jail , 1 00
as Aleban, lor romoving dead
cow outsldo lovoo
Thos McCabs, tor hauling li
urunuen men to jan
A MoTiguo, for hauling li
urunuen men to jail
no Sullivan, for haulim; 1
drunken man to jail
Pat' Walder, for hauling 1
drunkon man to jail
Thos Fitzgorald, 23J day's work
P Conlan, 20 tlays' work on
drainaso, ,,,). , fit o.
Wm Quinn, tor 26 days' workon
streets i 60 00
erry Murphy, 25 days' work on
i:m ii! nun.
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OF nnuprn.
TIONS IN EGYPT. AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUfc.3? IN
Jjt- iul bin olil candies, that ltavo been kopl over tho
sumincv and aro stale, clainuni' Iiomo niamiftitim Also
cc to your weight. Every box
not, or 0 ounces over live pounds. Romcinbor tho place
Comer Bth. St. and
Tho Only Placo in tho City where
strccti 60 00
Dan Foley, fj days' Work on
dralnkgo. . 17 00
Ins Keating, bj dins' work on
tlralnnitf 17 00
Dan'l McCarthy. 17 days' III
rharifo of chain gane 3t 00
M E I'owerf, battling 20 loads of
sidewalk lumber 10 00
Thos Mohan, hvjllni: awor plptvi
per contract 10 00
Ilntti illy, hauling 28 loadi cinders
ot 3fc. 7. 0 80
C W Whoiler & Co. haulmu on
streets with cartH days n3 ... 4 60
Thomas Wilson, oxponiei of at
tending slain board of enuallza-
tlon at Springfield SS 03
Alderman Mnthuts movod tbat tbi
tills of Honry Ilryant, for tho rocoit'
struclion of cortvln sidewalks, amount'
Inc In tho aitzreeate to S'jOO (P, Lo re
ferred to tho commilteo on ttroctf, with
instructions to vxamiua said sidewalks,
and report on laid bills at next mooting of
Motion carried on n dlviilon by n voto
of H to 3.
Alderman Wright moved that tho ro
c .titmer.d ttion of tho committee, ns to tbo
remainder of raid bills, lie concurred in
and said bills be allow!, which motion
wn carnal by tho (ollowiui vote:
Ayei Halllday, Mathttes, MeBwen,
McGauloy, Neliti, Saup, Tbiitlewood ami
The committee on claims, to whom was
referred thn petltlou a ul claim of J. It
Cunningham for dumageii to horse, nskatl
further time in which to report, which
wm, on motion of Alderrosn Hallidav,
IlKrollTor C05I1II1TKON POLICE AND JAIL
Tho commllteo on poliw and Jail, re
ported that thoy hil uxamlnod tho city
jail and found it in as "ood condition ai
tho clrcumitancos would admit, and re
commondea too purctiasa lor tuo use
of the Jail, of tho following urtl
cler, vi. :
12 blankets. 3 miltrmes, 1 Iomii cupai
and plates, tin, 2 tuns coal, and ttirt o win
dow lights to repair windows.
Said committee alio recommend! tint
a partition bu put acrtMi tbo council
chamber for thi purpofo of affording
headquarter" fur thn k1ico deirtin"iit.
Alderman JUllidny muvod tlmt the
recommendations of the conimltteo be
concurred in, and that the comptroller be
instructor to ptirchuso tho article detirtd
for tho Jail, and to havn s. 1 ptrtitionjput
up as recommended.
Alderman Wright movod as an amend
ment that other quarters bo procured fof
tho uio of police depsrtnient. Amend
Tho original motion was then put and
carried by thn following vote :
Ayes llalllday, MoEwen, McGauloy,
Mttthutf, Haup and Thutlowood C
NMye Nollis, and Wright V.
Tho following reiolution was prcaonted
by Alderman Wright, who moved its
adoption, viz, :
Koiolved, That tho Comptroller la In
strucled lo advertise, for Ufieen dnys, for
propoials to light stroot lamps for ono
or two years, propouls to bo so muob por
post, amltostato what kind of ligiit I.
proposed to bo furnlithod.
Stato and city liquor bonds of M. L.
Clarke woro prcwitod, and, on motion of
Alderman ThiitlowooJ, approved and
l'llOfOHAL TOR HEWER
In answer to thu advertiremont of
City Comptroller Cox. for proposals for
furnishing tho materials nnd cousrtticting
a sower through tho Ohio lovoe.M Thirty
eighth stroet, thn following proposal was
recoived and opened, vlr, :
Ot John 1. Hilly, proposing t furniih
all materials and construct raid sewer,
according to tho plans and specification,
adoptod by tho council, for the sum of
($1,050) one thousand nnd fifty dollars,
and also to do nil tho civil engineering,
&o., rcquirod for f aid work, freo, nnd to
commenco Bald work immudlatoly and
comploto tho if.rae inside of (CO) fifty davs'
On motion of Alderman Halllday saia
proposal was roforrod to tho committee 011
streets, with Instructions to report thcro
un at next meeting of tho council.
On motion of Alderman Halllday tho
council adjourned until to-morrow (Wad
nosday) ovenlng at 7i30 o'clock.
Vill K. Hawkins,
Hank Hall Challkniiu. We, tbo
"Carroll Hoys," of tho Carroll iiueo Hall
club, chhlleugo any picked nlno of Cairo
to play a friendly match gamo of lmso
ball on next Siinduy, on Carroll Haso
Hall Club grounds, on Thirty-fourth stroot.
Any nino accepting this ckatloi.go will
please answer through Hulletin as soon
as possible P. M, Lally, dipt.
M. P. Cullinan, Heo'y. 3l3-lo-13tf
For ItKNr. Fivc.Uno rooms nnd hall
on second floor of my houso, on Twontiolli
street. Tho room bavo all been over,
haulod nnd aro in iiuo order. Water on
the samo floor. . Wm. EnLr.ro,
oucht to contain live hoiukIh
You can got a Complcto Assortment,
Btoamer Jim Fisk, Vadu.-ah ;
" K 1' Gracy, Lvansvn.c;
" City Chest, r, Ht U uii,
"' Shannon, Cincinnati,
" lieila Memphis, Mocpb-i I
" ILitle Shrovuporl, bt L u s.
.itcamor Jim Flik, FaducaL,
" V V Ora.y, Kvaiiivills, j
" City Chester, Momptis
" Hallo Txaf. Now Oricatr; ,
' Illsmarck, New Orleans;
" It llo JJhrovoport, No Oricans I
LIVER. WEATHER AN D L FK1EJ.1. 1
The rlvr last evening was 5 fet 11,
Inches on the gauge, having been c. tt
stand during tbo previous li L urs Fiur
loct water Ii repotted to Evansvl iv, ii'.
fee, to St. Louis, and nlno ffot scuth. Thef
weather was clear un.ll evening yestor
day, whon It becamo partly deny an 1
mueh warmer, with appearand if rate
A very hoavy whito fr.-ft c -tr J j s
tarday morning, and n light t r, ll - jr. r"
Ing pravious. I'rotu bavo I' n gt ra
r.od tbo tobacco crop of Kentu ky km f
feretl by thom. leo along shore It ter
ttd at Dubuquo and St. l'aul. Duilr.c:
a liltlo Improrttd In river clrc! :i. I). at:
are taking Ntw Orlani fre.g' tat 17
W.tn I)UIT. ItlVEIt ItEPO'lT, i
0;tol.r II, 171. j
H. i In. It. I In.
The Hallo .f Toxai has n fair ai
trip fur New Orloane.
TIio Hollo of Shreveport maja shot,
stay at our wharf and hai a b g caro f
Tho liumsrok clearrl jej!crlaj
drawing fight fotllarge. fb aJcdprl
ably 100 torn hero.
Tho Shannon has the ich-jcc r "K '
llet" In tow, which la dei;lm j f r f alvis
ton, Toxas. It wai built i.t thn II unr
ship yard, and U n staunch pie j r; wcrk
mansbip. Tho Shannon tvili i-ar t Y.
with about 800 loni ot fr "gbt, u-v.n
added about 300 hcr. Wi.llec ..i nt; t
of the river sho rubbed ot n't-t tt. trt
bars, but bad to sat her n t. in'y a
Fresh Suitlt. Mr. V ,iz ;-r Jin
just recolvod and has ou inn nt bis :al
room, a largo stood of Engl, h ale, j rkr
llenneity brandy and wines, and Ir, . r
of all kinds, which ho will diijrc it (f it'
reanonablo prices. 2i0-9.t:i.lm
On and after Oct. lit, thr jinco or day
board at tho St. Obsrlei Hotel, to not.
boarders will bo f '.'5 ir month. Only u
limited number will bo reuivel at thn
Dissolution Notice. The firm c
itoio A- Temmo, confeotlonors, has been
this day diisolved by mutual cotuen1, Mr
Tcmu.0 rutlring. Tho bus.nei.s w II bi
contiuuod at the old stand by Mr 1'. it,
who is authoiized to culled all sums dm
thu firm and sottlo nil accounts asamuit.
.Oct. 0,1871. W. IJ. IbsK,
33i-10.ll.jit F. A. Tim mi:
Notice to StuhentiS. As Uvo or six
havo already upplied to mo to givo thcni
lesion;, I take this method to say, that I
will glvo n limited number of basons In
higher Arithmetic, Jlook keeping, Algo
bra, Philosophy, Engliih Grammar, Latin
and Oreuk. Threo or four moro can bj
accommodated. Other branches may ho
Miis. IIultz hs Just roturnedtrom tho
cast with n full stock of mllllnory goods
and ladles', inlescs' nnd children's shoe9 ,
alto, a largo stocl: of ladles' hair switf hes,
and goods belonging to tho millinery
trade, culls, hosiery, otc, with a largo
lot of notion, which sho will noil cheaper
than any other p'aco in Cairo. Storo ou
thu I'ornorof Eleventh stroot nnd Waili- 1
ingtun avenue. UOC-O-SL'-tf .
Mound Guy Accommodation. Com
mencing Thursday, October Oth, nnd con
tinuing, Sunday excepted, until Soturdoy,
October 17th, tho Mound City accomoda
tion will run, inaving Cairo at 8 a. m. nnd
6:00 p. m.; leaving Mound City at 8:30 a m.
ard 6:30 p. m ; to onabln partios to attend
court and return to Cairo daily. Tho
Wednesday and Saturday runs ns horc
to for o, will bo itbandonod until Octobor
Lumueu Still Goinq Down. As tvo
nro iiottirminoa to cioso out our stock
speedily, preparatory to winding up bus
neii, w.) will sell all kinds of lumbor nt
two dollars per thousand less than mar
kot prices, A largo lot of lath and etovo
wood on band, which will bo sold at cor
t! b I
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4 1 -J
1 l'l J
M 3 0
rospondlngly low rates.
2Ui.o-o.tf Wall a Est.