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AfCAI.OX f.OIXlK, NO. M.
i KiiMIiIk nf I'vlliUs, iimUewy I'll-
ri ilftl- tilirlif nf l..itl"......t tMron. H, flilil.
f'.llwi IU (J K. SI.aik,
Chxiict llur (.'oimnandrr.
I iiti,'iiili nt Order of (Jdd-Kcl-
luiff-iist nevrii, ill their hull oti
("oiniiirrvUI u venue, hMwreii fdxth find M-u-nth
treeti .luus II (.ioMMAX, . O.
CI A I KO K.NCAMI'.VtKNT, I 0. O. F'.. meet
,lu Oilil'KHInw' Hull on the flint Mid (lilnl
liirnlny In every inonlli, nl 1 1 n 1 1 I n t kevm.
C K nLAtK, C. I'.
C.WItO LOIIOi:. NO.',M7,A.F". a a :si
, uoi'i tntiii.ir romintinicatloiii 111 .Mu
i'Hilc Hull, curlier (.oiiiiiicicinl hvcihip
'und l:i2litli Mnrt. on I he econd mill
foinlli .Mondny ufeiich month
The iiiidi.T-ljiiictl, iHtlih former notti-u
In regard to the payment of portoiml
taxes may liu miiinilert(io'l, taken lid
method of liiliinnlntr Ihci'i' Inteivsted
that It appllex to nil cluiw Hiomj m h
own mil odutun vvtll in tlm-c lit do
not. Cost will nrciue ami Im charged
ii)(in all dol!ii(Ui'iitA without regard to
jiersoiiM.and dl-tralnt pOflllvely lie made
upon their property alter the limit allow
ed ly law, tin- 10th inn.
Al.KX. II. IltVIN,
The l'arlfh Schnjl vva opt tied 011 .Mon
diy, Mjrcli It. JSnt pnpds will ho te
reived at ai.y time, on the conilltiona
already ptililU'ieil. '1'lie mtvIcjs of 1'ro
tv nor F'rlck liav been ft'eured for Untrue
tlwi In th ili nil 111 lanjtu.iKr. Tor lid 1 mi
ixfa clnrno vvlUb' 111 etc. I'll a l withlm;
tuMUily Herman only, w.ll tonic to tlio
aehool t 4 u'eoek p. III.
C'lt iiatn i. (iil.nr.iiT, Hector.
l or .Sale'.
A MoNinKt I'than Fire I 'roof Safe,
with late.'t Improved comhhmtioii loch.
Alo one I.ett'-r
'--'Jo-lOt. T. .1. Knurii.
I '. 1 1 Mlppl) .
.Mr. 1. Fiterald lia jut rerclvcd anil
!. on sale at Id alo room a Urge tok
if KtudMi ale, Mirtcr, llennessy Pnui'ly
.mil wiiie", and ltrjiior of all Uud. which
tit will dii'K of at rca-unable tIcc.
For the millioii, and the livt grndu of
Coal Oil, to; had of ('. U lli iiderm,
corner Twdflli -triK't and o nnmerelal
Kitty to Scvfiitj-ttvc d-illar per month.
Assent wanted everywhere. Tcachois lo
Ilc, i;etit, " te., cc. No caplul or out
lay rciiilii'd. send 2) eenti for potve on
onttlt, to !).(;. Wki.ciihax,
tl Ir In Station. Union County, Ohio.
Ojhjii Fridayi aiid.Satnnluyn oxi.v.
iiikI See Iter.
I.imllnrd nt hotel ami lionrdin 'joif-o-will
liinl It to tlidr mha! ti-e to cull upon
ilri ('.luiiiii, No 1 a Kiiiirih i-trcct. lie
tween V-lilci;U)!i and C'limn rel d Men
utt, ni aerttln hcrlcrtin lrdlri hoiel
and lo diiij; liou-e wolici by the week
Ilir tvliklrvile pihe ore rxtrrmel)
low 7'ie. per docn. I'or pleeu work pr ce
nre ii tulluwi: nintr c liltt and e d
I r, lCc; it diieli S c; iOck ov two col
late, fit; tw 1 litlt!kr.:lik'!, &c; eti "r;
nr.d all sctitlemenN wonr, 7.V. per
doen. Ladled dreicf, 'i' to fiOoj
ktrtl) t 'JO; drt(r 10 to le; two
pjlr ho fiu: two vollnrxr to Kr. Ker la
diet' plain clotlien 1 00 pi r docn; lor la
diex line c'otlie, fit W per dozen; done
dromptly, and promptly delhercJ.
1 0-1 uu
Tahle and Pocket Cutlery, and In fact
nnythlnr in the Hardware line Mich a
Lucks Ilities Flies Nails I'l-tol-. Cap.
and Cartridge eau he had cheaper than
the eheaM't hy calling at my More, cor
ner Twelfth anil Washington aenne.
'J-lO-lm C. V. HnxuKitsox.
NiiiiiI ('tin r !.
(loo l titf;lo room, on the tipper tloor nt
the S.tlnt Chillies c.in t'C had, wl li lioird,
t the very low rate 1 f 31 per month
(rent Sncrlllce ol l ine Cutlery.
I will offer for i-ale for the nest 30 days
the largest invoice of N'o-tcnholni.
I'oger A Wade, and Butcher ent-h-ry,
eer ollcred In Cairo, at linporterB'
price.. It enn.Ut. of penknlvei of all
grade and prices nNo n large ttortincnt
ofM.'lsor. The gooiN are now oil oxhl
hltlon, and L'OtteNt of the llneM, good,
ever hronghi to Cairo, which I will
cell ntprlccn that cannot oe cipuiled In
the Wot. Call and see for yonr.elve.s
Cor. Sixth Street and Commercial.
To keep peace in the tatnlly, buy a
Charier Oak Coal Cooking Stove, with a
m 1 1 a 11 quantity of l'arailUo coal, and you
will always he happy. All the dlflerettt
patterns both wood and eoal forsaleat
"rock bottom" llgure.s by C. W. Ileiul
er.ion, comer Twelfth street and Com
mercial avenue. 2-10-1 m.
Two or thrco ontlomen can ho accom
modated wlih diy board. Iloiipa on Wat
lint, between S-Vtiith nnd Klglith. Apply
nt title olllcu. 30-3-U-Gt.
Onelulfof tlicluro two story doubh
lirlek liou.n on Twontlolh etrect, between
I'oplir and WathlngtHi. Irrpilro ol
ao-3-2.6;. JACon Ki.rin.
To Agicrnviilit I njicpiln,
introdiieo Alcolinl into tlio Monetdi, nn I
thereby rob tlm dlnroMlve fluid ol u nolvent
pwer. S'turatua plecJ ol bruid tm l mnnt
with gastric juice, and It will dUwlvc,
TliUU dlgo-itlon. Add to fitch a mixture
nllttlo uleoliol, nnd It will not dt clvn,
'1 hWllliistraten linllscstlnn. llewate, than,
ye d)pepth', of tinctures Inlmlotnor ik.
coctloiii con idnli'g uphliuoiii IIquoh
8hun all iucIi rum "tonlr f ," an J rely lolely
on Or. Walkoi'. Vlntgar Htltcru, tUo Uncsl
berbtl Invlgorant know it, r.ad Iroo fromtho
.ry ri of AJn.i, anr-lm.
SINDAV, MAUCII 7, I37r..
I 'or Jln.yor.
Ilhmitt hrv IMiviti Ann.ttinr. JllltV It
1'IU I.I.I.H on a ratnlliUli- for M)or of . nlro, at
uic curiiiiiK iniiiiiciiuii cirriiini
Jutiuiiry 'ft, ls75, lir C'ntZLNt.
I.oeiil Wcntlii r llrjiorl.
( Allio, Ili, Maicliii h;s.
Mm. I 'I if r: t Wish
Vr.i., I W'.tiii.ii
'i p in.
? lol I :u
. n i:
I I loiely.
V I I..IKIV
illOMAS .IONl;x, .TKt. H- S., U. 1. A
A llrst claw cook, an numatiled wo
iiiuii white preferred ran Hud steady
eiuployuieut nt good wage!. Apply at the
lli i.i.i:riN counting room. :i-,ri-:il
A regular eommunletitloti of (Jalro
Lodge N'o. 17 A I', and A M. will be
held to-tnoriow evening, at 7 o'clock.
VMtlng brotherH cordially Invited to at
tend. IS. P. Iti.AKi:, Secretary.
The lli-v. Dr. Thayer will preiich Iil
farewell (.ermoii at the Pre-bytcriuu
elnirili In thlt city thN morning.
Jncll Itovs' i:lllllllllllloli.
Inek 1'o-t, who was given a prelim
inary examination before .lodge llro-t
laM, Friday afternoon, charged with the
murder of the negro woman Alice lilbbs
was held to Imil In the huh of two thou
Kind dollars to anw.'r the charge at the
ennilng term of the circuit court, lie
ptlll In (lie county Jail.
lie Alexiiiiili r ouilt lliillk
wllhe open from (5 to p. m on
Wi riiie..(layi and Saturday for btt-lne-t
In the Savliig department. InlcrcM
paid ou time depo-its
An elegant line of new null nttraetlvu
prlntt at Stuart A: (ihoi-on'- thlt week.
Mr ,'tnrlln't l.rcliirc.
Having Mgniilcd her Intention to com
ply with the wl. lies of a large number of
cltlens, Mrs .laeob Martin will delher
her lecture lit the Atheneuiii next Monday
evening. We expect to 'ce the
Atheiiettin crowded to overllowing. Her
ability to do jusice to her subject
'Woman, the couipHiiion and eipial of
man" 1 an i pie. and there I;, we Miiccrc
ly believe, ait excellent truttt In toru lor
all who are preent.
Xi.w VoitK, March 0, l7"i.
I'tiniili ok Tilt: Mi'I.i.diin' : I nin nei
ther a -tockholder nor a director in Alex
ander County lSaukTni advertised in your
paper and other. Von will plea-e put a
notice to thlt ell'ect lit your paper at once.
, (ftfowl IUimtrh.
JVkw Vonrc. March 0. Is7i.
Knnoit IStjt.tBTi.v : See the I're-ldent
of A loxmider County lS.iukainl hae him
withdraw tny name irom the lit of direc
tors and stockholder, and otherwi.e ad
vertl.e my night di.pateh.
The niluMrel trouiw, under the man
agement of Harry llobln'on. which will
appear at the Atheuetim In this city Tue..
d.iv and Wednesday nl'ht.. have gained
n wide-.prciid reputation for their ability
nt nrtl.ts, w hich they undoubtedly di
.erve.and to tho'-e of our people who want
to laugh and be merry, we would eay, go
and ate them. An exchange say: "A
new Innovation In tnlntrcl.y N the in
troduction to the public of.ixeud men.
Among the artists U .Mr. Cha. Adam.,
who su-talns the one cud with great credit
to hltn.elf. as U ut tested by the auditors.
Till- artUt and gentleman cater, solely to
those before him, relying lor tueiit only
from tho'e who ean npprcelati1 native wit,
a high degne of sentimentality, ami quick
repartees, in Ids .pecialty Iulch bu.
ncss lleN .ccotid to none in tlie Imita
tion of our Teutonic friends."
The St. I.onii Kiillriiml It-iinN.
Mr. Searles, nttoruey for the Cairo and
st. I.ouit railroad company, mid (.'apt.
W. 1'. Hallid.iy made an agreement .tune
time ago by which tlie Injunction suit of
W. I'. and Henry llalliday iv-trahilntr
the city and county from hitting bonds
to the railroad company were withdrawn.
The road being flui.hctl, Capt. llalliil iv
had ito (ibjeeliou to the city 'and county
paying tlie funds as prouihed. Accord
ingly, on Friday evening the suits
were dlstu..cd, tlio council
met and directed tlio city bomU to be
delivered and the county cotniuistioners
appointed the county treasurer custodian
of tlie railroad Mock. At about 10
o'clock ut night. Col. Taylor, Captalnand
Henry; and T. W. llalliday, Mes-rs.
I.ansdeii, Gilbert, Sallbrd, Caudee,
Searle?, McIIale, Cunningham andOberly
and Judge llro.s, met at City Xatlou.il
Hank, and Mr. S.itVord and Judgn rirosa
paid to the company $117,000 ot city and
dimity bonds. These were delivered to
Mr. SearleSjtho attorney ol the company,
to be deposited at St. I.ouls.
Scaled proposals, addressed to the City
Council of tiiu city of Cairo, will bo re
ceived at my ollleo until 5 o'clock p. m.
of Tuesday, the 10th day of March, for
removing the pest-house from Its
present location on Thirty-Fourth street,
to a point on "Grave-Yard llldge," at or
near Its Junction with Park avenue, it
Said building Is to be removed to ald
last mentioned location nnd placed
thereon lu us good condition as tlie same
The City Council reserves the right to
reject any- and all bids
War. K Hawkins, City Clerk.
Cairo, III., Murch Oth, 1870. 3-7-lOt
THE VIR8T STEP.
I'rclliiilnnr.v .ticclliii;orilic"t omiui'n
lul, imil l.liirnry Anvoolntlon."
W believe that to .Mrs Or. Wardncr,
Mrc. H. II. Catideo and Jlr. A. It. Saf
fonl, belongs the credit ol organizing In
Cairo, the Idea of n ladles' .ociety for the.
purpose of the ditctisilon of all branches
ol woman's work. Through the agency
of thee Indies, some .slxletn ladies tnetnt
the re'Idencn of Mrs Or. Wardncr on
.Saturday afternoon. Tlie meeting was
called to order, Mrs H. H. Catideo in Ihe
chair nml Mrs. I. A. Taylor inHalled as
secretary. Mrs Candce briefly nnd con
clwdy Mated the object of the tlleelllig,
and suggested that tlut noelely be called
"The Woman's Club nnd Library Asso
ciation." A motion to that effect wjs
seconded and tiiiauimoutly adopted. It
was decided to hold meetings every alter
nate, week on Monday evenings, at the
re"ideiiees of the members
The Initiation fee was fixed at il and
the annual diift at $1, payable quarterly.
The following la lies were enrolled as
members of the society:
Mrs A. It. Sallbrd. Mr. X. Llntou.
Mrs Phil. Howard, Mrs. .Incob Murtin,
Mr-. H. Warder, Mrs V. II. Oberly,
Mrs M. Wall, Mrs M. It. Ford. Mrs ('.
II. OO", MrsM..I. l'luk. Mrs M. A.
Arter. .Mrs. S.H. Walters, Mr-. v. II.
(illbert, Mrs. II. II. Candee, Mrs 1. A
Mrs. I. II. Oberly wa ejrfed Pre"!
dent of the 'oclely. sf, 11. Candee
Vice Prt-ldent mvrtlrs C. V.. (7o-s
Secretary aniLyireasurer. The society
ailjourneilVfuieet nt the same place, one
vtYck fcmi next Moudav evenlnir.
-Vtuart A (ihoNon w ill n.rieve this
week from a Xew Vurl: Importer a sjilen-
did line of I lainbiirg Embroideries. This
n-i-ortnietit will be found the most attrac
tive yet offered and all very cheap.
The l!ev. Mr. Thayer will preach his
farewell -e-ruiott at thel'IrM Presbyteilaii
church of this city this evening.
Services at usual at the Church ol the
Hedeeiner to-day at 10:30 a. in. and 7:30
p. m. 1 lie stiliject of the sermon at the
evening services will be '(Samblhig."
The services (luring the week will be at
1:30 p. in. Tuesday and '1 liurxlav and at
7:30 p. in. Wednesday and Friday.
Tlietewlil be services at tlio M. II.
Church this evening at 7:30 o'clock, sub
ject : "Obligations of tlie Christian Citi
zen." There will be no services in the
morning, owing to the 111 health of the
There will be n meeting nt the Lilier
cral lli-ligiotts hall to-night, on which oc
caion the audience will be entertained
by elcet reading. The public are Invit
es! lo attend.
Stuart A: Oholsonare receiving goods
every week, which they oiler at ptlce to
command the attention of cash buyers
A visit of inspection w ill amply repay,
At a special meeting of the Flrt Pres
byterian Church held ou Wedne-day
evening last, the resignation of the Pas
tor. Itcv. H. H. Thayer, O. I)., wa ac
cepted, and the lollowlng resolutions
WiiKi!i:.ts.The J.'ev. Or. Thayer. I). O..
Pastor of the Presbyterian Ciiureh. of
till, city lia. tendered his lesignatiou,
and ear'iieMly requested tlie Church to
unite In Its acceptance, therefore,
Jlttolrt'f, That In yielding to this his
reque.t. we de-Ire to bear cheerful while.-
to hi- christian 7eal,iariie.tiiessaiid
great sueee., as an able ami faithful ex
pounder ot God's word and a diligent
servant lu the Lord's vineyard.
HeAoh'd, That a. he leaves this pulpit,
where he has ocon-tantly mid faithfully
preached Christ and Him eriieitled, Unit
our prayers and best wishes shall go with
him that he may continue to "wield tlie
sword of the Spirit" with like power and
win Minis to Christ lu the Held where
Ood ha. chilled him to labor.
lttHilecd, That we cordially commend
lilui and hi- fauijly to the clirl-tlau III
low..iip aii(l,.fmlldenco of tho-e with
whom their'lots tuav hereafter be cast.
loin iiferr tots may
sStuart iv OhoNo
on are ottering the
be-t line of bleached, ami brown cotton,'
and thirling linens in the city, which they
-cciired before tlie late sliarp advance in
cottons, and are thus enabled to make
the very lowest price..
"TAYLOR LITERARY SOCIETY."
r, I. t". mid tlie Vuiiiii; Hen's !)(
lulling t lulis t'liiisolhliitcil.
Tlir New Society niiieil in Honor of
t'nl S. Stunt 'I'll j lor.
In accordance wlili the arrangements
made by the committee appointed by th e
Fun. Fact and Fiction debating society
and the Young Men's Literary Club, of
tills city, the two clubs convened in joint
meeting in tlie P,trlh school room on
Friday evening. After the business of
settling up all the affairs ol the old clubs
was transacted, thoy were dissolved, and
the organization of the new club
which was named lu honor of that most
worthy gentleman, Col. S. S. Taylor,
the '-Taylor Literary Society," was im
mediately proceeded to. The following
is an account of tlie proceedings:
Mr. Mllburn was Killed to the. chalr.aud
Mr. John Oswald chosen secretary pro
Mr. Schuckers moved that the society
at once proceed to the election of ofllcer.s,
which was carried, and the following of
llcei'3 elected, to irye term of thrco
President II. H. Mllburn.
Vice President Chiuies.Carpenter.
Secretary Joint Oswald.
Tre.sufcr George Hendricks
On motion, a comntltteo of four, con
slstlng of Messrs. .Mllburn, Schuckers,
Carpenter ami Hendricks, was appointed
nnd authorized to draw up a constitution
mid by-law3,anu submitted the same, to
A recess of fifteen minutes was allowed
for the committee, In which lima they
concluded to present a constitution which
had previously been prepared by one of
the member of a committee.
The meeting vy'as then called to order
by the president' when tlio secretary sub
mitted the ?n!d tomtltullon nnd by-laws
to the society, which were unanimously
Several names, by which the organiza
tion should h' hereafter known were
then suggested, when Mr.;Schuek i -.
poed that the society be tinmcd In honor
of Col. S. Staats Taylor, of tbij city, the
"Taylor Literary Society," which was
adopted by n colld vote of the entire as
sembly, Mr. McOee then moved that the regu
lar time of meeting be llxed for Wednes
day, which was adopted.
Miscellaneous limitless now lielng In
order, the treasurer took this opportunity
to notify the members of the society, that
the time for paying Initiation fees would
expire two weeks from that evening, and
all who were In arrears at the expiration
of that time, would not be considered
members of theMxilety.
A motion by Mr. McOee, that n com
mittee be appointed to draw up u petition
to the elty council, asking that body for
the privilege! of holding their regular
meetings In the council ehainber.was car
ried. On motion of Mr. .tones Messrs. Mc
Ot'C, SchuckciH and Hendricks were rc
leeted to compose cald committee.
Me.r. McOee, Helcy mid Carpenter,
who were appointul by the president to
select three, questions from which one
should Ho taken for the siil.tccr nf tin.
jirlT debute, to take place next Fiidav
night, then it-ported, and the question.
licolved, "lhat I.dueatiou should be
Compulsory," wa selected, with M
Hendricks and Carpenter In the alllrmn
tlve, and Mists Mrnst anil F.dward
Thelleke In the negative.
The president then appointed for an
original oration Mr. McOee, and Mr. Car
penter for an essay.
On motion the meeting then adjourned.
Lt't of letters remaining uncalled for
lu the i'o-t Ollice at Cairo. Illinois Satur
day, March 0, 1S7.".
Atidc-ion Kllxilictli, Anders-1!! Mr JI.
llii'ld Annie, Ito.vls Km ly.
Chath.im Atinlc, C'otiiii.s Llleu, Com ins
Uetuiond KHza. '
Kitzi-ra'd Annie, Fair Mary.
IliiliiijSldonie, llainiltun Martha, Hughes
Junes lr T in, .ToiiKtou C M.
Miles Kate. Vluorc Salllc.
lio e Lotd-a.
Mirna Poll, St John Mary I, Strnuso Sa-
Walker Harriet, Wnrfleld Hattle, Wil-
Ilond. . II, Uiidiff s Dallae, Bblinp Krail,
Il'.inkel Joepli, llelclier M K, Uack Sam-
uel, lllock Samuel, Iljndy 7. M.
Doz- Charles Oilbrd J M, Oorlng Pat
Kunk II C, Flndliy Harden, Fowler X II.
Oo-lurnA O, Oetkln 1) K, Onnncy
Jtt. Uututit Wm.
till Cli.v, Hofel Fred. Havel Hev It,
llepkliis Wm. Harris W X.
.) u-k.oii W II.
KcmlU M C. K'utzA: Mooncy.
Lltdiey tieo W, LcwIj Iiaac, Laverty
Martin A J, McCit'cheon I 31, .McOuIro
A, .McC'u lough lvJ, McMifter It, 3IeCr:itey
Jask, 31u-pay jyjn, 3lBhon y Mlvltael,
l'enn Iten, Parkint W c.
Itiis'el! KH, Itu-stll J II, Itobtrtt .1. C,
oil W II.
Smith DavUI, Stork Oco M, Sw.mnel Hen
iv, Savage .Jaf, sjiultn Jn 1-on, S evson
John, Spiar J I., S tnplutou 311 hail.
Wor.lt m Oat 1 1, Well F.il.lie, Wil.on K
P, Williams.! I), Wit. on H rtlmer, Win
koop T A. Wht.2 Willis S.
Persons calling for the above letters
will please .-ay "Advertised."
Gi:o. W. McKiuto, 1". M.
sqieelnl Meeting- Thereof.
Coi Nctt. CtiAMni:i:,
C.vitto, I li.., March o, Wo. 7:30 p.m. j
Present Hi. Honor. Mayor Wood
and Aldermen llalliday, McKvvcn, 31c
(ianley, .Morris, Thlstlewood. and Walder
The chair stated that the object of the
meeting was for tlie purpo-e of consider
ing and acting ou the matter of instruc
ting Mr. A. U. Sallbrd, tin. tee for the
city in tlie matter of the bonds of the
city Issued to the Cairo A St. Louis 1. K,
Co., to deliver said bond, to the proper
ollleersof said railroad company.
A petition from A. II. Saflord, trustee
as aforesaid was presented, representing
thai he hold as trustee for the city, the
.sum of S.IO.OOO In bonds ot the city of
Cairo, issued under ordinance Xo. 120,
approved July '22, 1S71, lo the Cairo and
St. Louis railroad company, which are,
by the terms of said ordinance, to be de
livered to said railroad company, when
the track thereol Is completed and the
cars run thereon from Cairo to St. Louis,
upon delivery to him as trustee, by said
railroad company of $."i(l,000 of the capi
tal stock of said company.
Said petitioner further states that said
railroad company by Its President, S.
Staats Taylor, hit? on the 5th day of
March tendered to him tlio said $.10,000
of the capital sloci; of said company, and
demanded of him thosaid $00,000 lu bonds,
nt the samo time furnishing him evldencu
In writing of the complyance of said rail
road company with the terms ot said or
dinance, by tiiu alildavlt of F. 10. Cauda
and W. S. Searls, accompanying said pe
tition. Said petitioner further states that al
though ho U advised and believes that the
contingency has happened upon which
raid bonds have becomu deliverable to
said company, nnu uuu in sucn event m
Is already authorized ana etiipo.wered to
deliver the same; yet for hi ow n ier
sonal safety and protection, and In order
to relieve him fromfurtherresponslblllty,
lw respectfully nsks that the .council will,
by resolution, order and direct the deliv
ery of said bond.
Accompanying ald Dotltlott was the
which was rend by the clerk, viz :
11c It resolved by the city council of the
city of Cairo : That the petition of A. II.
Sdlford, trustee of the elty of Calto In
matter ol the bond" !ued by said city of
Cairo, to tlie Cairo & St. Louis railroad
company, under Ordinance Xo. 120, ap
proved July 'J2d, 1871, be received, tiled
with the clerk of the city, and approved ;
and that the said A. II. SafTord, trustee,
ctc..nroresild,benni! he Is hereby directed,
authorized and empowered, for and on
behalf of said elty, and as trustee, ele., as
aforesaid, upon the said railroad company
delivering to .said trustee llfty-lx thoii
Mtid dollars of the capital stock of said
company, to deliver over to said com
puny the iiny-slx thousand dollars of
bonds, now held by said trustee, under
said Ordinance Xo. 1 20, and peellled lu
said petition, taking the receipt of said
He it further resolved that the said
trustee. lcfore delivering said bondsafore
sald. shall detach from said bonds a stilll
dent number of the Interest coupons,
thereunto attached, to cover the interest
accruing on snld bonds up lo .March filli,
l7r;nii(lthat hed.'li ernver.ald('oupons
so detached, together with the $r(l,000 of
capital Mock aforesaid, to the treasurer of
the city of Cairo taking his receipt there
nr. lleltlurtheriesolved.Th.it upon the
said trittee tiling with lb" elty clerk, the
receipt of said company forthesald bonds
and the receipt of said treasurer for said
stock and detached coupons, he shall
thereupon be discharged us trustee, etc.,
On motion of Alderman Hallblay, said
resolution was adopted by the following
Ayes llalliday, McKvvcn, .McOattley.
Morris. Tliltlevoo(l and Walder I!
The council on motion of Alderman
Will K. Hawkins, City Clerk.
llakln Powder for
Glllel'n Flavoring Extracts the best
In me, and for sale hy nearly every gro
cer. Joe ltotohcr Is now lu full control ot
ihe Washington lufcury, uud having Isurn-
cd the wants of tho public, Is prcpaied t..
silt ply on cull a'l demands for French loaf,
llo-toii, llrown mid (ir.ilmn bread, unu
everythlnj; el?o ordinarily louiul in a llrst-cia-bak
ry. Ho umlntslns a (ill stock el
eonlectioneiles, and can, ai well fs any
other dealtr iu the city, fill all orders in
that line. Cakes b.tlrd, 'rottd or orna
iiicutt.il on short notice. Spcda lattontlou
Clvcn lo tho orJeMof weddtuor plciilo
parlies. !) t'.'-tf.
-Call for the best Hlllct's Ilakln'
Powder for It never disappoints the
Ncwly-Qttcd, flnrly furnliea barber.
sbo by Ucoru 6tfliibuuc, eumcr Com
uivril.il nvcuue nnd IClgblh street, Y.am
ol pract'ee li ne ulvcn him u ll'ht hand
th it mikes ix -mootli siavc dtlUbtftil. Alt
who try h in once will call afahi. All tho
Ute dully papers are kept oa Ids tiblo fo"
the btnetit nl bis costonion, nml tlicio is
no tedious vvaltlugf ir turn'. tf
Glllet's Baking I'ovvdor the best lu
ue always rellabl'.
H. Sehtnotzstorffantioutices to Ids friends
and lormer pstrotis th -t he has opeiioil tho
I)KL,TA HAKKItY, corner of Nineteenth
and Poplar ttr.c's, where he w ill be pleased
to (.rect thein aain, und assurer them th it
he cm lunil-U fie hot of Iresh bread, nils,
tie. Oknuixk It ye HltEAH w.ll be made a
pecialty. Try him again. 45-'M'J-lm
(ienrgo I.ittnei' corncrof Fourteenth and
iVahliii;ton avenue, will futnlsh horeatter,
very d.iy to h's patrons a Xo. t lunch, be
ecu the hours of ten and twelve o'clock,
r'l'csh .Milwaukee, beer and fragrant Havana
jlgttN to bo had at his I tr nt all times,
I'or Halo or Kent.
Lot Xo.fi, block .'I, elty. on Washing
ton avenue below Fifth street, with the
house, outbuildings, Aie., situated there
on. The liotte eonlaliis 0 rood rooms,
clo'et und ball'. Gootl cistern and fen
cing on premises. Or will rent to a yood
taumt. I.Y.wil & Howu'.Y.
3-5-at Ileal IC-tate Ajrents.
The house now occupied hy .Mr. Win.
Wetzel, known us the "St. Nicholas
Hotel," situated on Commercial avenue,
bejvveen Seventh ami Eighth streets. Is
suitable for any kind of bushier, lht
quire of .Mrs. Augusta llarrN, on Seventh
street, or lo Peter .Veil', Ohio Levee.
r.lgut largo rooics over I anno.i'ii bock
stun, mi UetiimoreUI Avciitte, and a cot
tngo of tlve rooms (nno ol the l)evnsey e( t
tige) on Division stttct. Apply to
3534(lt. .No. VI Uhlo l.evoo,
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
l!iil.v Heller I'or Yoiiiik .sien from the
etrccl of Error and Ahiucs In nilj' HIV. iluu
hood rc4toiwl. Impediments to .Murrlii if
inoTisl. Nuwindhoil of tifutimiit. New ami
rrinuikablercnxdh'J. llooUitnd rliciilmn viit
free, In tcileil tnvclopcj, Aditietj, IIOW'Altl)
ASSOCIATION, 113 N. Ninth btit-ct, I'hllaiKl
lliiii, l' , !in Iiiitltutlon hiivlng hl.threimta
t it ii for honorablo oondui't nml piolWaloiuil
Comctot Dully by K. M Stmrm, commlsMon
nu'iclmnt, .Sen ttiuy of the Cairo lloiild of
Flour, ui'conlliiK to in ail " OOulO nc
Com, iiilxcd, wu'kiil " Hiixi
Corn, white, sackiil tiTCs!
UhU, inlxtsl (lilc
limn, iwr ton ti$Mli0
.Mm), aleiuii ilrlnt 3 70
Hutler, choice Northern roll i.WTo
llilttcr, choice Soutlittn Illinois iOt'.Mo
Kuita, luTiloi'll (file
t hh'l.i'in, iTlo;ri 3 ('(as SJ
Turkey, prr dozen 10 IHW 0)
Alllm, choice, per baml IM "S
.!.! ',,,.... I..rr..l AJOOa" lit
1'utatoi H, per bane1
oniona, per rami
C)H', per j'Vinil
Wam DerAiirMKaT, itivtn Uki-oiit,
.March H. I;s. v
Orricr.ortiir.CAtno & Sr. I-octs
Sr. t-oeisi )
no, H i. ,
It All. IIOAII CO. , ( Alllll
A iM-litiL'ortlio MrcrlriM of this Cnniitaiiy
will tclul.l n Krldiy. the litli tiny or .March,
Inst , A I). Is7... ut 1ft o'clock A M , nt the
Olllrrofs) .- ln)lur IntheUly oft'nlro. 1111
, S'lAA'la TA Yt.Olt,
Twsliy and M 9 1 10,
H any R obinson's
ME m Willi THE SILVER !
.7-HIKI A Ii AltTISTS 5
SOLID SILVER HELICON BAND,
lu lull fjiriudlir uniform.
SO'ltwrvtit Mulcat Kirn Il.irtmin'x.
) record the
.olely on Da.
hittkiis. tho iinefet i.eJ
It IX'- I klmVII. mill li'pn fenm 1
of Uhnrlio I of Alcohol
o Itavo liecti j , t
scventy.llvt; i Thn Louisville
lobt money H'nshlnjrion con espomlj
I " I ho evontfi of Iho p
Ron. Tracv's'li'tvutloveltiiii'tl nsirouj
' tlelenso s j vor of tho thinl tortn.
tciiit,' iiiiti io!('ni,"i'''i5 "'ho havo tilth
ers, wns diiel'O ' Hio scheine, vvhoh
overed .Mrs. u ll, I'ttvo not y tu pat lii.
th him. This I11'"' Hio riiit: which is
rcnonilnntloii, now lie -
seller's' ron n-
niiii n uiirii-if nn iiotiiinniii
incv iliilde. A leading
her ol coiifrt ess from Pcuii
thai (iiunl has tho whole
Jail iiivishuil i mv" n,l"'ii ul1'1 "l!li lie i
nifttlar ,ml 'n..iiiett to play ovory
tan not otil,
Hlshop An.os tells n
.ion on Til-
('i!o in Til-
master in Missotiri, lu i
of nc"i'o vnsnln;o, wl
elmttui: "Poinpey, I I
fjror t preacher." " Ves,
do help mo pou'erfi
"Well, l'oiiipiT, tlon'l
negroes si on I little thin
n I ho Troy
latlon V "I'-'o iiilejhiy
titassn." "Then, Point
t, with in-
C. N. HUGHES,
Oror Mathuis & Uhl'a.
TSJOXK but Firsl-tUss
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up-atalrs.
Tho Oldest EsUbllsliod Airency In South
aril Illinois, roprcsoutlui; ovnr
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!i
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
WhoIciiiW anil ltrtail DimIcih In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KV.
CAIRO OFFICE t
At Hulen S5 Wilson'o, CornorTwolftU St.
and Ohio Luvca.
TYT will' run nn Ice vviiRon throughout Ihe
Season, ildlvirlui! pure hike joe In any
juiiioi iiiceny ai int' iuhi'oi uursi'i price, uuu
vtlll iilMiluvnUli ourfileiiili out. iilo the city ulth
cu hy thu eiiku or car loml, packeit In auvviluat
or BhliunciU to nv illstimrc.
Till: MAJSO.N .1 11A.A1MN
-TtriVSKIlS of thnv hlhiwt mwtal und ill
Y iiloum of lioiior, ut Vu-mm, le73, nml
I'm 1. Im!7i now oiler thu llncAt n-oi tinent ol
theln'iit cuhluet orK'Jiis lu the vvoilil, IiuIiuIIiik'
new ntylwit wlthriceut ImpruveinenU not unly
iirhiiliilv furi'iih. in lonmllv. hut ul lu fin
new lil:ini i)f iuy inviiiHitu, the IllQst t'uvomble
erer uueretl UrKiuu ivntrtl with prlvllive ol
puiciiiL-e, in uiiuuu uuy mn oi ine couiiiry
mw uiijitni j m oi iimiui
llhutnitiil cutulogiifi and clrcuUM. velth full
particular, iwuit rres ou renuwt AilJrv
MASON & HAHLTN OROAN CO.,
Iloetotv, Ntr Toil! orClilsnjo
COMMISSION jniHCll.iN IS.
AMU DHI.K11 tM
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City National Bank.
IyitJA' c,". r?r!') lo t mnurctuitrj
FLOTJR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHIIIIS
(surcr.oM to .liihn l'hlllU)
And Dwlcrj m
HAY, OHN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, ttc.
Agcnti for LAFLIN Til AMD POWDER CO
ICornor Tenth Street ami Ohio
Z 1) .Mnthutt. j.; f ;,
MATHUSS k UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
0L Olaio Lovco.
Ayi". S I) Ayrrj.
AYRES & CO.,
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknovvtnl:i'it hy nit itnod MuslcUnj to le (he
l.e-t ruiiu now in.iilc
TIIE GREAT UNION TIaNO,
Of vvliU'li wo havo I -2 over 1(h) d inns
tvvt'lv 0 ) car- p.i', becuiulii),- moio mid luoro
piilitil.tr everj L'ay,
SMITH'S aMBHICaN OROAN,
Sploudid tone, l'ovvcr nnd Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino Inrtrimicut, adapted to liistrtt
111 lital as Hell m vocal iiuisU',
a i t. run aiiovk aim: okckiiko ox
Kiv Monildy t'.iyinents, ut low li'iirci
regard I . of I, st I'rlcci.
In grout varli'ty, incliullni; all tlio now
and pnpulir uiiislo ol tiiu day.
Orderi from the Ouuiitry
promptlv Ulh'd uud sunt
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS,
FRKNCII 1IA11PS, inc., ETC.
Band Instrumonts of all Kinds
riirrUhcd to Order.
STRINGS FOR VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC.
Ot the Best Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
OfallBradcs for l'iano or Voice.
ETTUvcrv description of Muhlcil Mer
chaiidim ttirnNlied lo ordor. promptly and
nt prices lower linn ett r ottered teforo
UK.NCV ALSO Or
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send fur llhutratcd CMMc-sue nnd 1'rlco
I.Ht ot tlicto beautiful grottpe.
All Ooods Warranted at Reproiented.
ROBDIHS' MUSIC BAZAP,
tf No. 78
i mi x m KU'. k
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,