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ASC AJ.ON I.OPOK, .NO. M
Knlitht of 1'ylhlM, meet etery l'rl
day night lit hxIf-lKMl rcM-n. in JM
r'lllow' IUII C K blic.k,
AI.KXANDKIl I.ODOi:, SO Ml.
Inilinilrnt (Inter of IMll'rel-
lm.i. mi,.i i-ury 'lhuwlay night
txfj i iilr.i,ui rtrti. In their hnllon
Commercial menue, between "Ixth awl Ji untti
ttrrots .ouyll Uommas, N. (J,
0.VIIIO KNCAMrMIJNT, I O. O. I.. meet
in UiilKrllow' 1111 on the llntand third
Itietilay In ewry month, l half-pail een
IK slack, C. I'.
A CAIIIOLOIIOK.NO 2T,A.r.,A a :.m
T Hold rrxular couimunlmtlou In Ma
3K"nlc IUII, comer Coiiiuierrlal ntenue
' 'inil KlKhtti tnt, on the tcjnd nil
fourth Motility of each montli
Notice of Itomoviil.
Finding the preient tore room too small
(or our wowing liulilnm. I will, In the
latter pa't of February, retnosu to llie
t loin building lomi rly occuiIitl liy Klllott
.V Itaytliurti, where, with Ilia Increased l.f
?illle, I will keep n larger nock ol Uoott
mil Slioea than ever before. In the mean
.line, to avolil the expense of nio Itif amJ
to ptcpare for iptlng trade, 1 will idler tny
sntlro utoek of winter goods; at AtrilMi.
Cor. Tim N nUaiNEss. ami great hat-
it arc ottered to the fortunato
lOM-'.'C-tf City Shoo Store.
Mr. J. Fitzgerald liaJmt received and
ha on tale at lilt pales room a larxu tock
if KnglMi alf, (miter, Jlcnney brandy
ml wines, and liquor of all kind, which
t.i will dispose of at reasonable price.
Ay I m Pcbr tuny lit, $1,000 reward will
Klvct: 'or llf y non paying day buardem
it the Del . nlcu Hotel f I a week.
Lamps! Laapi! Lanpt!
For the million, and tin l.-t j'railc of
Coal Oil, to; Iiail of C. Y. Iknd.Tsoii,
corner Twelfth street tttitl t-omttterclal
uveitiK.-. 3-10-1 in.
Fifty to Sovcnty-tle dollar per month.
AKcnt wanted everywhere. Teachorf, la
dle, Kent, ttc, etc. No capltil or out
lay required. Send 20 cent for potKe on
outfit, to I). C. N'F.I.CIIMAN,
tl In In Station. L'nlon County, Ohio.
Open Friday and Saturday o.nlv.
ii null Hrr Her.
I.JL llonU ol hotel and boarding lou'ei
will tlndll to their aihaMac to call upon
.Mr. Coleman, No I'J Fourth utrcet, be
tween WinddtiRion and Commercial aven
ues, and a'cel Uln her term for doliu hotel
and boarding lioue wa.hei by the week.
Her wliolewlo prlie are extremely
low Tic. per dozen. For piecework pr.ct
are a follows : Single slilrt and col
lar, 10c; per dcuen SJc; sock IVc; two col
lar", .V; two handkerchief, be; oU 'Mc;
and all gentlemen' wear, Tjc. per
dozen. I.adltV drt'MCs, V-'i to We;
nklrtil) to UOc; drawer 10 to He; two
pair lir-ie Sc; two foliar 5 to Kc. For la
dle' plain clothe 81 (Klper dozen; for la
dle tine clothe", tl 25 per duzeu; done
drsruptly, and promptly delivered, Pa
ArraK Fel.ruiry lt, 81.000 reward will
be Klu lor titty r od plni; day homier
it the Ue'innuico Hotel it a week.
1 1 until lire.
Tnlde nnd Pocket Cutlery, and In fact
ittiyililn in the Hardware line such a
J.ock, Illumes, File, Nails I'l-tol. Cup
and Cartridx"i can Ik; had cIicuk.t than
the cheaH't hy calling at my store, cor
ner Twelfth and Wnihiiijrtoii avenue.
J-10-lni C. W. Ilr.NiiKitso.v.
OooJ iiingle room on the upj-cr floor at
the Saint Charle can be had, with board,
at the very low rate of ?) per month
AlTKlt February ltt, ?1.000 reward will
be glved for tlfty good p.iyln.' day boarder
ittbe Delmonlco Hotel (I n week.
(ireat Sacrifice of tine Cutlery.
I will oiler for 'ale for the next ItOdays,
the lart'it invoice of Wo-tetihnhn's
Ito'er & Wude's ami lttitcher's cut
lery, ever nlVcfed in Cairo, at Importers'
price.; nlxi a lare !Horttuciitol'sclfOrs
i'he "'ood are now on exhibition, anil
eomprl-e the lliu"t articles of the kind
cviT hrotthl to Cairo, till of which will
Ik- mid at price that defy competition.
Call and w fur yournives
Cor. Sixth Street anil Commercial.
To keep iie.tco In the family, buy :i
Charter Oak Coal Cooking Stove, with it
Mtiall tiuautlty of l'aiadl.ie coal, and you
will always he happy. All the tllfleretit
patterns both w ood and coal for f ale at
"rock bottom" flfrttres by C. V. lletul
enon, corner Twelfth fctreet ami Com
tnereUl avenue 2-10-1 in.
Just Hctulvcd, aud for silo cheap to the
trade, New York KAHI.Y UOSKSEKD l'o
tfttocs and otburllud'.
Clover, Timothy, l'cd-top and other
Top Obion and eliolco garden seeds,
liDtli In papers ami bulk.
Plows and Flow liarr.en.
Alo a full lluo of groceries, on which we
fclmll offer extra tnduceuient.
Wo aro now opening the finest lino of
prints that has ever been brought to Cairo.
Wn oiler bargalLS la ill lines.
VC-2-28-3t. NKVV VOItK STOItK-
Two or three gentlemen can ho accom
modated with dy board. IIouso on Wal
nut, between Ksventh nnd Klghth. Apply
A frood horse, top buggy, harness, fad
die, and bridle, on reasonable terms. Km
niiiro of Hit. H. AV.vtiDNKit.
rtnn iintf of tholarco two stori' dottbl
brUk homo on Twentloth street, between
Poplar and Wosliingt?n. Inquire ot
29-B-2-0I, Jacob IClein,
TIItMt.SDAV, MAIU'll I, 1875.
a . . o t v.r.n t:x ;t.
l or Jlnjor.
KhiToit Sr.x I'lrnor annoiinre .JOHN' It.
I'llll.t.lM an n camtliluie for .Mayor of Cairo, ut
lite ciiftuinx inuuicifNii riiiion
.lainury -a, HT5. .Maxt Cinitx".
I.oenl lVenthrr ltorl.
CaImo, lit., March .1. Is73.
ViU I Vlaiiii;k
7 a m.
I IIOMAS .IO.NKS, Strut. 9- H., V. H. A.
Two or three dliiliiK-room
wanted at the Delmonlco Hotel.
Harry lloblii'ou's fainou mlutrcl
troupe, which U compoe(l of some of the
llnet talent now In the profei'lon. will
two entertalninent", on next Tues
day and Wednesday evenings
.Ittdf;! Hlrd had one cao liefore him
yeterday. Vllliam ShMian, a stranger
in thee (tarts, 'oton atiender, and In the
cottrMMif hU ramble !iln)tit the street,
came In eoutaet with Olllcer Lalltie, wlio
took him hi ehar'i' and conveyed him to
the above vender ofju-tlee, who fined him
onetlollar and cot. The accu-;l liad no
money, tmd was tberelbre ent to the
Mr. Charle Ciinulugham, fonncrlr tel
ler In the First National Hank of till city,
has we are Informed, been appointed to
till the olllc',' of county ttcn-urcr of thl
county, lately made vacant by the death
of .Mr. Martin. .Mr. CuiinliiL'bam U one
ol the nio-t eteemed yotm men of thl
city, and in the opinion of the UiLt.KTtx
and the elll.en of the county Kent-rally,
no man who Is better Miitcii to i.'rforiii
the duties of that ollliw could have een
Klgbt large room c r Hannon's book
store, on Commercial Avenue, and a cot
tage of five rooms (one of the l)evaey ctt
tges) on DivUlon street. Apply to
85 3 t fit. No. 72 Ohio l.evce.
The Sorlnlile To.Xelit.
Don't forget the musical entertainment
and festival to lie jrlveti at the Methodist
church to-night. Mrs Monarrat. Mrs
W. I'. Wright, Mr--. Stearns Mrs Klllot
aud Mers Paw and MeKee, aud other
prominent voenlMs ol Cairo, will partici
pate In the mu-lcal programme arranged
for the occaion. The refreshments will
lx; of the very !iet.and M;rved up In a
manner to tuit the tno-t fastidious t:ite.
The proceeds of the concert will be devot
ed to the welfare of the church.
The Tirol Truln.
Yesterday afternoon at half-pa't two
o'clock, the first train on the Cairo & St.
I.ouU narrow gauge railroad, counting
of theeiigine, "S. S. Taylor." named af
ter the president of the road, aud one
pacnger coach, arrived at the Stall n In
this city. Among the pacngcrs on
board were Col. S. S. Taylor, of this city,
Mr. Smith of St. Louis Mr. Tom Logan
of Murphysboro. Mr. F. K. Cauda and a
a iiuiuImt of other gentlemen. 'I'he train
left St. Lotfls on Sunday evening.
Ti Hear llnv is.
The editor of the Snn, while reierring
to the oiler of the Liberal Keligionlsts of
Cairo, to place their hall at the service of
any lady w ho Is ambitious to figure In the
lecture field, summoned courage enough
to make a suggestion, viz. : "Inform the
Woodhull." Had the Liberal Religion
ists de'lred to prostitute their hall to
blush over the weaknesses and frailties
of human nature, or to have brought
about an exhibition ot the iiinlulcal
Ide of that nature, they had not "In
formed the Woodhull," but tholatternly
crone of the Kvenlng San.
Tuesday afternoon a fireman on the
steamer dames Howard, named Hill
ltrltton, aud one of the roiister of the
boat had a iptarrel, In which one angry
word followed another until ltrltton, a
former r.'.-Ident of this city, became so
enraged that he drew a large dirk knife,
anil rushing at the rouster, stubbed him
in the arm and side. The wound indicted
In the negro's side Is an ugly one, though
not dangerous. Sheriff Irvin, In com
pany with Chief McIIalc and Deputy
SherilF Sheehan. Immediately boarded
the Howard for the purpoe of arresting
llrltton.butln splteof the diligent search
of the olllcers In every nook and corner
of the boat, he could not be found.
Two or lluee dining-room
wanted at the Delmonlco Hotel.
The . Musical Concert Programme.
The following Is the programme for the
musical concert, to be given in connec
tion with the festival at thu Methodist
Kplscopal church this evening :
Vnthem "As the Heart I'anteth,"
Solo. Vocal "Fity, Oh ! Savior,"
Duet "Thine, Kver Thine,"
Mrs. Wright and MUs Ungles.
Solo. "You'll Never Miss tho Water," etc.
W. F. MeKee.
Quartette "Spring Is coming."
Misses Ungle.s and Puce, and Messrs.
Kobbln and Van Dorett.
Solo mid chorus "The Old Home ain't
what It used to be,"
Mrs. Wright and Mrs. Stearns and
Messrs. McICee and Paeo.
Duct "II Travatore."
Mrs. Monsarat nnd Mrs. Wright.
After tho conclusion of tho musical
portion ot tho sociable, refreshments
will be served to nil who may wish them.
Hah. 'J lit:. I Wimii
SKI fiM 2I i vT
30. Ml t!' S W.
The city In nil parts It very quiet nt
Work on tho Cairo & Vlnceilues in
cline plane Is still being pushed forward.
There will Ik- n large nudtenco Ht the
Methodist festival nnd musical entertain
"How long, Oh Lord," will litis kind
of weather continue, Is what troubles the
minds of tunny.
The treasury of the city Is getting
low, there lielng only $WJ,"(i now on
The blue birds, dlguted with the
snow yesterday, hid their unmusical
It Is said that the llcv. .Jacob Itradley
will deliver n lecture before the icople of
this city ere many days.
The tines collected by Judge Uird
during the month of February, a shown
by his report, amounted to only $.11.(0.
We hear Hint at least four candidates
lor the olllce ol city treasurer will enter
the field at the ensuing election.
Interest coupons amounting to
32,010, were paid by City Treasurer
Make during the month of February.
The Mcthodlts will have a musical
entertainment nnd gupix-r at their church
on Walnut street, to-night.
Harry ltoblnou' Minstrels will ap
pear In this city next week. The troupe
is said to be first-class In every're-pect.
A boy named (jregoii was badly
hurt by falling from a tree, In the tipper
part of the :lty, yesterday afternoon.
All who wlh to enjoy a pleasant
evening, should not fail to attend the fe
tlval nnd miHical entertainment at the
MethixlUt church, to-night.
(Jeorge Henry, a colored boy, while
trying to break n young colt Tuesday af
ternoon, was thrown nnd had hi right
All quiet hi the police courts yester
day. "Nothing on thedoeket," were the
first words that greeted our ears upon en
tering the court rooms of Hro-s and Itlrd.
The wharf, for the pat four or live
days has prc-ented a very biislnes-llku
apjicaraucc, being lined continually with
Some of the finest muslatl talent in
Cairo will take part hi the entertainment
to be given by the ladies of the Metho
dist church to-night.
Judge Itross returned to this city yes
terday morning via the Illinois Central
from Jonesboro, w hither he went on Sun-
dav to meet the first train on the Narrow
Three young gentlemen of this city,
whose birthdays come within a few days
of eaeh other, have decided to celebrate
them at one time, by giving an elegant
party, and Inviting all of their friends
Had road are the order lit Italian!
county. Kentucky. Mr. .Mantle, of that
count V, mired his wagon between this
city and Itlaudville a few days ago. The
wagon went down, and w lien la-t heard
from was still sinking.
"lie wa sensible to the last," said a
lady in answer to a gentleman who In
quired of her whether her husband was
in hi right mind when death approached
him; "the last words he uttered were
whisky, whl-ky, whisky. "
St. Patrick's day is near at hand, and
we hear that our Catholic friends arc
making arrangements for its celebration
by a grand street parade during the day,
and a big supper and ball nt night.
A little boy. about ten years old,
with hi coat oil', aud his sleevvs rolled
up above his elbows, who was "splllu"
to put a head on a little girl otitis own
age, made a big noise near the Bcllktin
The F. F. F. literary and ilcbatinir
society will hold a public meeting in tho
High School bul ding sometime during
till month, provided i that place can be
secured by the members, when a very In
teresting programme will be presented.
A little girl, nine years of age, who
has been atllleted with a severe cold for
several days past, and who doe not live
a mile from this olllce, upon being asked
by her loving parent, "How do you feel
this morning, dear ':" replied In a TUton
Ish tone, "So, so, dear father.' '
Liberal 1'ellglous hall was ngaln
lilted with young people lti-t evening, on
the oeea-lon of the regular weekly so
ciable of that Association. Kisenberg's
string baud w as present, and the evening
was a most enjoyable one to all who at
tended. The finance committee of the city
council, nt a meeting held at the council
chamber Tuesday afternoon, cancelled
and detroyed -crip amounting to
01, which hail been paid by the
city treasurer during the month of Feb
ruary. TIihI .Man JotiiiHOii.
The following, concerning F.d. John
sou, l ho notorious desperado, who, in
company with several other outlaws, of
his own stamp, robbed an express mes
senger named Hrady often Iho'.i-auil dol
lars, hi Memphis, tome lour weeks ago,
Is taken from the Memphis Avalanche of
the 2d hist. Johnson Is the man whom
Sheriff Irvin, of this city, tried hard to
capture, but failed, owing to being de
layed on the road to Cape Girardeau,
where he know Johnson was at the time :
In their search tho detectives fell In
with many thieves, a class of useless citi
zens who are well known to those who
make a bit-luess of catching them, and
from then: much information was obtain
ed by u system of "pumping" familiar to
detectives, which very materially aided
them 111 tho pursuit. Afterseveral weeks
of diligent search, nnd traveling many
tulles on laud ami water, much ot" thu dis
tance being pulled In a skill',
Tin: i'iiincu'ai. Acroit is Tin; itoniiKitv,
Kd. Johnson, was captured Iat Saturday
evening at Cape Girardeau, Mo. It was
known to the detectives that some time
ago Johnson was caught while helping
himself to another man's horses, and that
some of his confederates In that business
were staying lit the neighborhood of
Cairo, a vicinity much frequented hymen
of his strine on account ol Its manv hid
lug places, along tho two rivers. Thither
Detective Win, A. Pilikcrton went front
this place, nnd after an extended search
obtained a cltto to Johnson, who was in
tho vicinity somo ten day or more. Pnrt
ofthotlmeho was hi Cairo, nnd visited
Mound City nnd Metropolis, Miissaecoun
to, and spent several days with n few of
his "pals" on
AN ISLAND IN THE CACIIK IltVEIt,
a little stream which flows Into the Ohio,
between Cairo and Mound City. This
Island Is known as n resort for thieves,
and to that place Johnson was traced.
When In Metropolis he went by the name
or Kd ward Howard, and ou the lltlt of
February liodeitoited Slow In tl.i ,.'
After tho deposit he ngaln dlapicnrcd,
but returned on the llJth, withdrew the
$1000. nml with a portion of It hotiL'ht it
i.. r i
iiiiu riau wi iiiuii:, i. ill.,, uoil ailU
harnc-s, nml started overland In a north
westerly direction. mKciiverinkcrton,
hearing of tills shortly afterward, started
in pursuit, accompanied bv Sheriff Tin
dall, ot Massac county. They traveled
several days, bearing ot Jchnon along
the route, until they reached the river
hank opposite Cape Girardeau. They
eroiil tho river at that point, arriving
nt Cape Girardeau about au hour after
simdown last Saturday evening, in their
seareu iiiioiigu inn lovvu. .lonnson, WHO
was well Known to uetcctivc tinkerton,
CJl'lKTJ.V SEATKI IX A IIOAUMNO IlOfSlt.
Without the ceremony of an Introiluc
tion, the detective nt once pounced on
him, and commanded him to elevate his
hands or he would shoot liiin. Johnson
nut ou an nlr of ludlltercncc, ami lit a
laughing way told the detective he had
got on the wrong trail, and wanted to
know what lie was arrested lor. He was
Informed, but stoutly denied he was Kd.
Johnson, or that be ever had been In
Memphis-. On his pi ron was found be
tween $HK) and f lOuO, which he claimed
was nil the money he had The mules
and wagon were taken lu charge, and
sent to the company's agent at Cairo.
He attempted no resistance, but submit
ted to be manacled nnd to lx- Imprisoned
till the next morning, when, in company
tvlth his captors he started for Memphis
via Itrlmont, Missouri, nnd Columbus
Kentucky, reaching Memphis on the 2:1(5
train ye-tenlav afternoon. Detective
Pinkerton. Sheriiri'iiulall and their pris
oner were mi t at the depot by General
superintendent M. J. O'liiieu and Super
lut. ndent Win Willis, and conveyed In a
hack to the epre olllce. He wa there
Interrogated with reference to his move
ment after leaving .Memphis and alo
concerning Morris, hut was very reticent
on both points endeavoring to often his
own cine as milch u nolble. He en.
deavored to convince the expre-s ullleers
inai tie was
NOT As Olli:.VT A VILLAIN As MOIIIItS
and that he hail Itecn led Into It by Mor
ri , who. of the whole mrtv. nowaline
remains to be caught. While in tl of
fice he was confronted witli .Mr. Ilrady,
who identified him without hesitation.
Johnson acknowledged that he and Mor
ris hud traveled in company for several
days, but finally had a quarrel aud separa
ted, that they were to have had an equal
divi'lou of the spoil?, but Morris elicited
mm, ana ueiice ttietr separation.
although not a pnrtleularly bright look-In-'
man. exhibited conlderable' shrewd
ness during the Interview at the expres
olllce. As already stated in the Ava
lanche, Morris wn concerned In the rob
bery of the United States Kxpress Com
pany, nt St. Lou!, some time ago, of
which he was convicted, aud served a
term In the MlourI penitentiary. While
lu Memphis he wa engaged a portion of
thu time in luaklm.' shingles, ete., ut the
river, and part of the time he owned a
steam tug. ostensibly for tradlut; purpos
es, hut really for trau-porting the stolen
plunder of himself ami confederates.
lttular .tie-line Thereof.
C.uito. III.. March 2, 1S75,7::W p.m.
President His Honor, Mayor Wood
nnd Aldermen llalliday, Mathuss Me
Kwen, Thlsllewood, Walder aud Wright
On motion of Alderman ThWilewood
the minutes of preceding meetings were
approved without reading.
An ordinance entitled "An ordinance
to regulate the keeping of hospitals, or
houes within the limits of the city, for
the reception of pertns having conta
gious dleaes," wa read a second time by
the clerk, nnd ou motion of Alderman
llalliday adop'.ed by the following
Ayes llalliday, Mathu-s McKwen,
Thi'tlewood, Walder and Wright 0.
ItEl'OllTS OF CITY OFFICF.US.
The monthly report of II. F. Make.
City Treasurer for February, nnd of J. J.
Uird. police magl-trate lor January, were
prc-eiitcd and on motion of Alderman
Wright, approved and ordered filed.
FINANCE COMMITTEE ISKI'ORT.
The tlnuuce committee reported that
during the month of February city war
rants to the amount of $30 01, and lu
terest coupon to the amount of $2,010 00,
had been paid nml cancelled by the Treas
urer, and that they had this day destroyed
the same by burning
Ou motion of Alderman Wright said
report was received nnd ordered filed.
riEFOItT OF COMMITTEE OX F1HE DEI'AltT
MEXT. The committee on lire department to
whom was referred the petition of Jell"
Phillips, praying the council to allow his
house to remain ou lot 10 In block 11,
which had been removed thereto contrary
to the ordinances of the city lu relation to
the erection or removal of houses In tho
tire limit, reported the same back, re
commending that the prayer of the petl-1
lionet- be granted.
The chair decided that said petition was
out of order, us thu council had no- power
to grant the prayer uf the petitioner, with-
outllrst have amended the existing oidi-
nance lu relation thereto.
The same committee, to whom was re
ferred the petitions of tho Arab mid
Hough and Heady Fire companies for
hose, reported the same back, recom
mending that tho prayers of the petition
ers be not granted, as the amount of
funds in said department would not
admit of the expenditure of the amount
necessary to procure said hose,
On motion of Alderman McKwen, the
recommendations of tho committee were
CLAIMS AXI) ACCOUNTS.
The following bills for salaries were
presented, and ou motion of Alderman
Wright, allowed by tho following vote :
Ayes llalliday, Mathuss, MeKvven,
Thlstlevvood, Walder ami Wright 0.
Johu Wood, mayor, salary for
Feb $100 00
W, Iv. Hawkins, city eieiK, salary
for Feb 100 00
Win. Mcllale. city marshal.sulnry
for Feb 100 OQ
D. J. Galllirau, street supervisor.
salary for Feb 00 00
11. F. lllake. city treasurer, salary
for Feb 75 00
M. S. Cox.cltycomptroller.snlnry
for Feb 50 00
A. Cain. J. C. Lahuc,Wm.Ilrovii,
Chas. Melmeraml W.W. Woot
ten, police constables, .salary for
Feb,, each 75 00
F. Ilrospollce magistrate, salary
for .Tan 25 00
J.. I. Itlrd,pollce niiiglsti-ate,salary
for Jan 25 00
The following bills were presented and
read and, ou motion of Alderman llalli
day, referred to the committee on claims,
nances, proceedings, etc., to 1st
hlt 3.1 00
K. II. Cunningham, rent ofeoun
cu ciiamuerio isi lust
D.lnlel MePnrtlil-. it etlnc nrim,,.
ers III J ill during thu month of
February fj oo
Daniel McCarthy, extra meals
fuml-hcd prisoners fl 00
Strnttou & Itird, o kegs and 10 lbs,
or nall and tlravage 20 00
Thomas Fitzgerald, II days work
on sidewalks 0 00
P. Conlon, I days work on side-
charge or chain-gang 5 00
M. K. Power, hauling S loads side
walk lumber. 1 00
A. Hnlley, tove llxtiircsnud sun
dries for lall II 2.
Cairo fit v Gas l'o.. lms cimkiimiwI
lu f7 street lamps In February... 200 50
Cairo City Ga.s Co.. gas consumed
lu council chamber, from Dec. 1
to liiTt 1 ..(.. 8 10
Cairo Clt v Gas Co., pv annumcd
at police headquarters, from
Dee. 1 to Mar. 1 20 25
J. It. Heed, 1 hand-trowel 1 15
Cairo City Coal Co., 2 tons coal
for clerk's otllee r
1 . h. Millivan, medicine for mall-
pox patients, nml leather dn-
ter for clerk's utile., ,-. 1-.
St. .Mary . Infirmary, taking care
of stuall.po.v patients, ;5 davs
at 00 cent "... 31 50
Thomas MeCabe, removing dead
animal from city limit I 00
The following resolution offered bv Al
derman Mathtis wa adopted, vi.:
Hftolrcl. That the ordinance commit
tee he Instructed to prepare an ordinance
iiiiii-niiiiig uu; ordinance o n to prevent
the erection of buildings within the Hie
limits utiles the wall of such buildings
stmll hi. elitlrelv ill lirfi.L .tmtii U....
....... .. ... .j. .v r., -i.niv vr. ii,;n,
and providing that hi thu erection of
men Diiimings ine wans sunn not, ue ie.s
than 0 Inches in tlilckiie.
A communication from Juo. S. Hunt,
of Richmond, Intl., in relation to lire
alarms, was on motion referred to the
committee on Fire Department with In
structions to answer.
The council, on motion of Alderman
Will K. Hawkins, City Clerk.
Glliet's linking Powder for
Aftkk February 1st, $1,000 reward will
be liven tor tlfty i-'ood paying day boarders
at the Delmonlco Ho. el $t u week.
-Glliet's Flavoring Kxtracts tho best
in use, and for sale by nearly every gro
Afteu Fcbrtnry 1st, $l,0u0 reward will
bo glv. u lor titty good paying daj boarders
at the Deliuonlci Hotel J I per week.
Joe KoLcksr Is now in full eoutrol of
the Washington bikeiy, and having learn
ed thu wants of the public, Is prepared to
supply on call ai demands for French loaf,
llo-tou, Drown and Graham bread, and
everything the ordinarily found in a tlrst'
class bik ry. lie maintains a fui sick of
confectioneries, and can, as well ss any
other dealer in the city, till all orders In
tbat Hue, Cakes baked, troted or orna
mented on short notice. Speuia lattentlou
given to tho orJcrsof wedding or picnic
Call for tho best-Glllet's linking
Powder for it never disappoints the
Ncvvly-flttoJ, finely fund'hed barber
sho-i by George 5Uinhouo, corner Com
mercial avenue and Eighth street. Years
of pract'ee have given him a light hand
tint m ikes a smooth shave delightful. All
who try him once wilt call again. All tho
Ute dally papors are kept on his tablo for
the benefit ot lus cottomers, ami there Is
no ted'mis waiting for turn. tf
Glliet's Raking Powder the bet lu
uc always reliable.
II. Schiurtztortl'aDt:o'jnccs to his friends
ami loruur patron tint ho has opeiuil tho
DE..TA HAKKltV, corner of Nineteenth
aud Poplar urtots where ho will be pleaed
to t:reet them agalu, aud assure! them that
he can furnish the beitof trcsh bread, rolls,
ttc. GKXl'INB It ye llUEAD will be made a
specialty. Try him again. 46-2-12-lm
The Parish School was opened on Moll-
d.iy, March lt. Hut pupil will bo re
ceived at ut y time, on the conditions
already punlNhcil. The tcrv Ics of Pro
fe sor Frlek havn been secured for histiuc
lb it In tli'i German language. Forthli an
cxt-a eh irge will bo nude. Pup Is wishing
tos'iidv (icrnian only, w,ll come to tho
school at t o'c'ock p. m.
CiuiiLK-s A. fiiniKiiT, Hector.
Custom .Unite Minos.
Just In and iutv opening, tho best line of
iprlDg Shoes ever brought to Oiro. Wo
ulso luiullo tho clcbrat'd C. M. Henderson
& Co's ctuloui tihoci, a'l w.irrautod. Why
buy poor goods when good goois can bu
bad as low at thu
27-2-23-5:. Sew Yoitit I toiie.
A McNcnl A- Urban lire Proof Safe,
with latest Improved combination lock.
Also one Letter Press.
2-20-10t. T. J. Keiitii.
fieorgo Lvttncr corner of Fourteenth and
Vashlngton avenue, will futnlsh ho'cattcr,
M cry day to his patron a No. 1 lunch, be
tween the hours of ten and tvvelvo o'clock.
Fresh Milwaukee beer and fragrant Havana
lgar to bo had at his 1 tr at all Union.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
HUPP? Heller for Youiiir Men from thu
cuucts of Krrura and Abuui In early life. Mun
licioil le.Htoi'til. Impediments to Marriage re
moved New me'hoil of trcatmrnt. New and
remarkable rvmnlles. Hooks and circulars vnt
flee, In sealed euvvloic4. Atlilrrss, IIOW'Altl)
ASSOCIATION, UU N. Ninth street, Philadel
phia, l'u , nu Institution having a high reputa
tion fur honorable conduct and professional
Steamer Jus Flsk, Paducah.
" Simpson Horner, Louisville.
" Colorado, St. Louis.
" A. J. Raker, New Orleans,
" Julia, St. Louis.
" Gen. Anderson .V barges, O. II.
" Alex Swift, Tennessee river.
" City of Vleksburg, Vlckburg.
" Rlmarck, New Orleans.
" Arlington, Cincinnati.
" Glencoc, New Orleans.
Steamer da. Flsk, Pndiicah.
" Simpson Horner, New Orleans.
" Colorado, Memphis'.
" Alice, St. Louis.
" Gen. Anderson and brgs., St. L.
" Alex Swilt, St. Louis.
" City of Vleksburg, St. Louis.
" Rlsmarck, SI. Louis.
" Julia, Vleksburg.
" Colorado, .Memphis.
" Atlanticand barges N. O.
" Arlington, Mempnls.
" Gleiieoe.St. Louis
IlIVKIt, WKATllf.lt AND IlL'jlNr.SS.
The Ohio, rose two feet and nine
The weather yesterday wa pleasant
overhead hut bad under foot, snow hav
ing fallen Tuesday night, which wasoon
melted by the warm sun of yesterday,
leaving the trccl very muddy.
Ruhie still continue brlk.
UAH IILl-AHtMKXr, ItlVKII ItKI'OHT.
March 3. ITS
CAIRO MARKET WHOLESALE.
.umrmi iiauy nj-1.. .m ?k:hiii, rnniiiiis-inn
liifrrliunt, MVHIary nl uiu i.:iiiu lioani m
Flour, ai-oonllns to Rnule l l)3 irt
Corn, mixisl. sarkcl rtT.V
turn, white, sarktil nT
(lats, ini(.l - - Min
limn, r ton sJa i
Mail, etoilil driisl SI 70
llutttT, clinic.' .Nnttlicrn loll iVnTc
lluttrr, rluilrr "-tillttiiTIi llllnuls - Wi3c
Ken, tieriluzni M-JHo
I iiK-l.rns, icriliirrii s1 fu:l -.'
'lurkrys, per iliieii 10 MViU in)
,.pi-s, ciiincr, r lum i i i.s
Aiilc, uoiniiKin, in liarn-l - S!('i2 ,
1'oUtrts, i-r liunvl J -I it
(ttilnns, r lsirn-l - - Vj
Iliii'Lwlir.it flour SU 'n
Uve flour WTo
v.lu-sr, ir iKitind l.V" 1T0
FOR LEASE OR RENT.
SPLENDID DAIRY FARM.
A nnll firm cont lining richly m-iT.ltustwl
Hint-mile from t uim, on the Narrow tmuge
rotut, ami uIhiiu one mllr firm irnvinl ilepot
on Kimr .SIMyarrrs iimtt-r cut lit ntmn i nil un-
ilrr pMwl fi'iirc liooil iIhcIUii, I'tc , on the
mriu. iiik is k nrst-ria. oiiMiiiiiiiii ior nny
iwrty WKhlnif to rnpnm- In lulry I'uiiiiliur.
Irriu low to ult th: times. Kurfiuthrr illi
fornuitlon neiily to
JlilIXt HAItltAN A CO ,
Itr.d t:t.itc At-fiits,
Cor. Sixth nnd IvwH .t.'ulro, illlnoli.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
VVluilfiilo and fictull Dralrrs lu
Foroiu and Domostio
WINKS OF A Mi KIX1S,
No. 60 Ohio Levoo,
ATr.S.si:-. PMVTH A CO hsve, , nntly
IV L a lsrfte stock or tlir lies! ko1 ' Un- mar
Let, unit Klic wci:d attrntlon to I ! mIioIokiI
nilicil of thi! buaiurss
Steamboat, Ilotol and Family
AND DR U.KI1 I S
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fih, Eggs, Northern Duttcr, &c.
Dotwoon WasbliiRton and Cotnmerclnl
tl-liooiU dl ven-d fuc cf durc
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Detweeu WashliiKton and Comraorclal
Avenues, adjolnlntc Uanuy'a.
KKl'.l'S for mil-the U-st llrrf, I'oik, .Mutton
Vral, Umli, MunaKf, Ac . and la Jiro,
imrcil to btrvc famlllfs lu uu Bcvn'taWf manner J
rsitON. Low'vvAikn. M"' 4'35fPgk
SI Loulu P 4 I 10
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
Ea3rTo largo consumors and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAinO CITY COAL COMPANY.
ryHalllilay Urn ' office, No TO Oil lo Levee
SJ-HMII.lay Urn ' wharf boat
Cr.W lyptln,, JUi, r
ItreeT "'t' '"Bl "uml' f"ot of Thlrty-Elgtlt
tjl'ot (JOlcc Drawer, JM.
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
KKIT i',.i.lniuly n In 1 1 at l!ot' Yiir.1
Coiiiiiiiirijl iinn'ii, niiiiosltc llr"s
onlfr ironiitly fitted
I hi1 .lint w immI iVIIuiiiI tiwi t cliarjc
TiruiB atrlutlv cli'li ..IT-lO-ijui-S
FITS CURED FREE
NY .vrson Miffcrin? fr. un thi: abovt' ill-case
MX. U rviiic-til tnaildir lr I'lieeau la trul
lhjlllfnf hl. ui.ilu-liii' uill W I'nruanlttl I Itl-1-
Ilr I'ruv I a rrLtiLiriilivnlclun. ami liiu nuile
tlie tiriitmi'iit of
FITS OR EPILEPSY
a Hudy for year, ami lie will vrurmut a cine liy
uir ur oi iih mnmr
Do not fill to mul to him for a trial bottle: It
cosU nothing, uinl he
WILL CURE YOU
No matter how tons Mamllns your oiu may
be, or how nuuy other irmeulin nuiy luve
Circularn nnd le-tlmrnlah tent Ith
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
DR. CHAS. T. PRICE
Hotel and Restaurant
Two iloon north of the Cairo and Vlncanncj
WM. WETZEL. Propriotor.
A TItL'-TY watch Vejit niplit and day for
wTA. train nnd stiumboat
'II ir Ut of iiorommod.itlon fur tmilent
BUe.Hii at'l'uo Ilollurs ihtiLij-
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wholesale nml Uctnll Dealer lit
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIK0, ItLS. and COLUMBUS, KY.
At Hulen Wllsou'ii, Cornei Twelfth St.
unu unto i.ovoo.
fl. will'uin an ! UK'in lliroii,-!' "I Hi''
l M-.1.UH. ili'llterms Dure l.ilc b.-clu atir
mrt ol tlieclly ut (lie lowr-t m.irkt t yri mid
will also lunnrli our filni'l- oullilr tlirnl ulli
in lit the c .ike nr far load, v Lett lu ' .iwdii. I
orliliiient luum illatauce.
"Tho Best Thing in tho West.'
Aichhon, I hh h E. I
Oftlielt Knnniiip nml Agriculturat UmU In
Aimiii-a, ltualit In ami near the Uautirtil
LoUoiiwoihI anil tirrat Alkuu-u talle, the
Knnlrnuf lh Weal, on
11 Yonra" Credit, with 7 per cent. Inter
est, and SO per cent. Discount
r a n i: t: r r x :
'lo imrcluters of 'jiiid.
rfL'Irrnlsn, "lib map, bIvIub full Infornu
,lo,tn'. A..i..et n Jttnstts
ActluK Ianil CommWaloner, Toirka, Kan
(.u. 137 t-7-Jm.
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