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ASCAI.ON I.OIHJK, NO. SI.
KiiluliMor rilil.n, meets ct cry t'rl
diytilKht nt hull in-t sctcn, lu Odd
Fellows' Mull I K HI..UK,
t'JOKt i. ' " T : . .r Yhursday ..Isl.l
.1 i..ir.i..ii ..n il. Ill their hull (in
Commercial ntcnue, lirl .ti l xth iiikI Sevinlli
street. .Ioii.h II tinssti.ti, N li.
CtAlltO KSf AMTMIINT, I O. O. K.,Uiecl
lu Odd-Kcl lows' Hull (Hi tin' find and third
lliesdiiy Ini'tery mouth, nt liiilf-pt wihi
t k mack, r r
CAiuoLoiMii:, no 217, a. r. aa.;m
, Hold regular communications In Mil
sonic Hull, corr.ir Cmumciclal utcnuc
'and Klirhth Mnst. 011 tin' si-raiwl mid
fourth -M'lii'lny of inch month
Tin 1'arlsli School was upciif d 011 Mini"
day, March ll. lint pupils will ho le
oclu'il nt ai.y tlinc, on lliu conditions
already published. 'I'lio mtvIc -s of Fro-fu-sor
FrlcW hatu been secured lur liutriic
lion In thii (Icrinati language. For Dili in
extra Chirac ulllliii mule. I'll pil ttl-hlin?
in study (liTinan nnly, w.ll come lu the
K'houl at I o'c ock p. 111.
C'llaltLm (ill.liKHT, Hector.
I'ri'fcli Siiiilj .
Mr. I'. Fitzgerald lias Just rcccltod nrnl
Suit on sale nt his sales room n largo tock
if KiiglMi ah1, porter, IIeiinoi-' I rawly
ami wines, nrnl liquors of nil kinds, which
hi- will dispose of at reasonable prices.
I'llty to Sevohty-litu dollars per 1110n.l1.
Agent wanted everywhere. Ti-aciiein, la
dles, genti, etc., clc. No capltsl or nut
lay required. Send 20 cent for postage on
otittll, to 1). C. Wr.t.ciiMAK,
tt Irtln Station. Union County, Ohio.
Open Fridays rtiK.l Satunlay-i only.
Ji mill fsc-i- lli-r.
l..ndlotd nl hotels and boarding houses
will llnil It to their ailtar.tigc to :all upon
Jlrs. ( olcman, No la Fourth street, be
tween Wn-hlnglon and ColimiorcUl avon
ties, unit a. certain Iter term fordoing hotel
and bonding lioti-c washes by tho week,
llfr wholesale juices aru cxtrcnielj
low 71c. per dozen. Kor piecework pr'cos
are as follow : Mnglc Milrt and v I
lar, lOi.'i jisr dozen Wei ocks fx1; two col
Jars, fie; twj hmdkcrchlels, .V; tests !!c;
and all gentlemen' wear. jicr
tljzcn. Milieu' drcc, 25 to Me;
klrtil) to 'JOc: drawer 10 to lc; two
pair ho-c two collate fi to Ice. Kor ladle-'
plain clothes $1 00 per do7en; lor la
dle lino c!othf h, $1 'Si pr dozen; done
druuiplly, and promptly dellureJ. l'a
Slllllt llirl ".
(lood klnlu roonn on llic upiT floor at
thu Satnt C'liaili'3 ran lie had, with board,
at the very lovv rate of iW per month
Uiiy lloai ilcri.
Two or three Ktllmen can bo nccoin
liiodatrd Hllh tUy board. Ilotiru on Wal
nut, between tvtenlU nnd Llghtli. Apply
at tlilioffli'o. KM Ht.
T Atfi;riitill' ! xpi'lKlii,
Introdiicf Alcohol Into the ftoimch, and
tlierchy rob thodl'tHho lluldot Its solvent
pawrr. Situratua piece ol breid and tmut
with gaitrlo juice, and It wlli tlli-olve,
'I'blih di'i'-tlon. Add to Mich t mixture
a Utile alcohol, and it will not di clve,
T hUllliistraU'H ImllKtxtloD. Hew are, the'n,
yn dyM'tptlii", of tincture, Inlutiomor do.
coi'Moii ontalnlrif; cplriliioiix llipio
Shun all such rum "tonlci," and rely tobdy
on Dr. Walke.V Vlncjjur llllleis the tluel
herbal ImUorun kuawn, tnd freu from the
(lory ctirc of Alc.liol. 'MB IA.w-lm.
(Scorge I.ittner corner of l'otirtctitli and
Valilnion acnue.AVlll fiirnlkh horealtrr,
very day to hi patrou a 'o. 1 lunch, be
tween the houm of leu and tw elve o'clock,
r'rvsu Milwaukee beer and fragrant II:iaua
Igarn to be hail at III' I tr at all tlinui.
'riiolioilM! now occupied liv Mr. Win.
Wctzt'l, known as the ".St. NMiolm
Hold," limited on Commercial uvriiui
Ix'twwii Seventh nrnl Kllilh trcctH. N
Miltaldi' for any klml of lmlut:--. Kit
(julro ol .Mrs. AtiyiHa HarrN,oiiS-vciitli
street, or to IYtex Nell', Ohio I.cvee.
Sealed proposals adtlie-c"l to the City
folineil oflho elt) of I'lilro, will be 10
relvedat my ollliv iinlll ."1 o'clock p. 111.
of Tuenlay, the 10th day of .March, fir
rvinovln tlio it-hoiim frmu IN
lire-ent location on 'I'lilriy-roiiith Mivet,
to n point on "lirnvc-Yiinl lthle," at or
near It Junctloii with l'aik avenue. If
Said hulldhifj N lo In- removed to ?ald
lat mentioned location and placed
thereon lu n fiood condlllon n the anu
The City Council mn'rvci llu; ilht to
reject any and all bld.
W11.1. K Hawkinh, Cily Clerk.
Caiiio, Ii.i.., .March (Ith, 1S75. II-T-lOl
ollce of ltcinoal.
Schleht A- L'lrlch have removed their
chemical dyeing anl clrnmlng eMal.
Ilhhmcnl Iroiii the corner of KUlitli and
Commnrchl to Washington Avenue,
between Ninth and Tenth MreeUs. Tomeet
tlio wanta of their miny customer, they
hevo ordered and have jnt received from
' ir po a largu lot ol tlio llnebt dyo ttullV,
and iiro now ready to attend to any order
In their line. .Wln-lni.
For It cut.
r.ight largo rooms over I aimuii'd bock
ftorj, on Commercial Avaiiuu, and a cot
tago of live rooms (ono oftho Devassoy c I
tages) on DlvUlon street. Apply to
3S 3-l-Ot. No. '2 Ohio l.evco.
H. Sehmetzsitorll'niinounccs lo his friends
mid lormcr patron tint ho lias opened thu
DKLTA IIAKKUY, corner of Nineteenth
and l'oplar trf ets, where ho will bo pleased
to greet them agnlu, and unitires lliein that
ho can fuinUh.thu best of Iresh braid, roll-,
etc, Oknuink Kvk llitUAD will bo inado a
speclnUv. Try hint ngaln. IS-'M'Mm
TIIUH.SDAV, .MAltCH 11, lSTo.
l or .llnyoi'.
Illilluil Him I'lnwe niiiiniihii' .(OILS' II.
I'llll.l.l.SniMiruh'II.UU'ror.MHj'oror ( niTn, at
tlii'iiiiiliiK intinlcluil tlit'lKiii
lanimry tfl, IC7.1. .Manv CltlitN4
Mr. .Inuiea .aniinc, well-known to
many of our clllenx, died last night
alter a brief Illness. .Mr. Xauonu was a
int'inberof the order ol Odd l'ellows of
.Smlthlaud, ICy., to which point Ills re
mains will ho convoyed for interment.
Yesterday afternoon we received Infor
mation of the drowning of a iit'ro mail
named Mark .Jackson, near .Mound C'lly,
the particulars of which, n near as we
could learu Ihciiuire these: ilaekou, who
wa a iKyro tctiiii'-ter, made an attempt
to clout n "loii'h with a team of mules
and a load of wood, and whe.11 near the
centre of the douj;li the lentil jot iniml,
and, Inilore asslstancl' could reach them,
the driver and mules were drowned.
'1 In ili-ll Itlim. ri.
'J'he Herder I'niiiUy ol.Swlsi I ti-lt Umb
ers wllliijipear at the -Mhenriiui to-uiht.
This troupe Is very hljrlily spoken ofhy
the jicople of every city lu which they
have inado their npperauee, and the.
press cannot say too iniieli In prals of
I hem. They have, since their la-t tour
through the country, added many new
and excellent nllracilon-. and now stand
at the head of tliclr prole.-Ion. Tho
who wish to tfet so.its for the entcrtnin
inent should secure them as early as po-c
Ible in onlcr to avoid the ru-li.
Quite a number of young people gath
crwl at l.ilx ral ltelij,'iou h ill last even
ing, it being 1 he. regular weekly .oclabli;
of thu Liberal ItellgiousAs-oeiatloii. Kl
seiiburg's fttriti hand vu there, and ills-cour.-fd
iiiii'Ic.iiuicli to tlie delight of the
younger portion of tliv a-embly, who
pa"cd away the hour- hi tripping the
light faula-lle. The older portion of Hie
in-ople present n-cmeil to enjoy them
selves hugely In dl-en'olug the ability
shown by Mi-. Martin lu her late lecture.
They nil iigreitl that It ua- a iinct lull
Haul ell'ort. The next eulertaiuiuent giv
en by the as-oelHtlou will take place two
weeks from last night.
A Mriiiici- I'uie.
I.a't .Monday night, about 1 o'clock,
Olliccrs Cain and llrown bad their atten
tion drawn to a per-onage who wa eeu
wandering about the stnt'ts in a sort of
promiscuous maimer, and after watching
the object for some time, they both came
to the same conclu-Ion that "aid person
age was a woman in man's clothes. The
otllcers accordingly arrested tlm individ
ual, and louiid their suspicious to be true.
Alter ipii'.-tionlng the woman for some
time, she told them that she was the wife
of a well-known pilot of thl city; that
herhu-band had ile-crted her about seven
yearn ago, and that since lli.it time she
ha Ixvcn living in .ilc:iii-:i-; luit that -he
had heard that her htwliand was In thU
city, and having a great de-Ire to see him
bcliire -he died, she had made her way
here. When a-kwl why .-he had donned
thl-attire of a man, she ald that -he hud
done solo rditcld hcr.-clf from lii-ull. and
that her inoveiuent- might not attract so
much attention. She N now in the county
Jail, and thu hit-baml may lie seen dally
walking Hie -trcets of lid- city.
I'libliison'.-, Min-trcls appeared again
la-t nlsht before a large audience, and,
Judging from the ilcmoiiMratlons made,
a very appreciative one. Mr. Hohluson
iinist certainly Arl ilattcrcd with the re
ceplion given him by our citizen?, being
grteted eaen night with acrowihil house,
tlie audience, by Ihe frciucut and pro
longed apphme, testifying their approv
al of his talent and lliat of his superb
company All lovers of fun certainly
cnjnyeil a rich treat, a- the olio given by
this company is tlie finest we liuve ever
seen, 11 being the most extensive nnd va
ried ever given by any troupe in this city.
At the conclusion of tlie evening's cnter
tiiluiuent, Mr. HusMitt came before the
curtain, and, in behalf of Mr. lfobluson,
tendered thanks for tlie very Mattering re
ception given them by our clil.ene, and
announced that on thisecnhig the world
renowned Merger Family would appear
in tlio Alhciicum and give one of their
unrivalled entertainments and spoke
hi theldghe-t terms of the company, ad-vl-ingall
to attend and enjoy a treat that
must be seen to be. appreciated, which
was heartily endorsed by the audience.
Tlie troupe It-tt la-t night by boat for
1'aducah, from which point they go
South, and w ith the assurance that when
they again visit Cairo they will receive
ample testimony that our citizens have
not forgotten Harry ISolilji-on and his
excellent company. We wish them a
cucces-ful and pleasant trip.
The Itcrgers appear tit tlio Athenciim
Huel'ner will give another conceit at
the planter's House next Saturday night.
The lion. Green II. Itaum.ol Uarris
burg. Illinois, was lu the city yesterday
The police courts were rather quiet
velcrday, there being only 01111 cac be
fotu either of tlio Judges, iiiul that one
Two negro wenches had 11 llirht on
Fourth street yesterday afternoon, but
110 serious dauuigu was done, to either
Thu "Woman's Club and Library
Association" will hold their next meeting
at thu residence of Mrs Dr. Wardncr, on
Thu dauuigu done lo thu wharf-boat
of thu Cairo, Arkansas t"t Texas railroad
company's wharf-boat, by sinking a few
daysngn, Is estimated at uuu thousand
Mr, ltohinson has in the person of J.
(J. lluldwln one of the llint writers wo
havo scen, whoe work 011 tlio liotel reg
ister at the St. Charles given ample proof
of his abilities as a pciiiinin.
Thtro sccinstohe n little misunder
standing about that, lecture which irn to
have lak.-ii place at the high school build
ing la"t Tiie'day evening. We were told
that the lecture had been delivered and
wasainot excellent ellort 011 thopartof
the lecturer. The man who told tm Is dead.
He died a violent death.
Iliiefncr. proprietor or the Planter's
IIouc, received ti eae of line whit; jes
lerday f rum tlie well-known firm of
itlackiniiun it Co., ol Capo Olrardcnii,
called ".Stati'Monopole," which he will
open to-day. Lovers of a line beverage
of this kind, 'hotild call at the 1'lau
tor's. The clly council, having granted thu
members ol the ''Taylor Literary Society''
the privilege to nu et In the council cham
ber, this society will hereafter hold Its
meet lugs In that place every Wcdiioday
evening. Tho-e of the citizen or C airo
who may take enough Interest lu allalrs
of this kind, tire cordially Invited to attend
Accrtnln well-known darky of tills city
proved very conclusively to ovciyhody
who wns at the Atheiieiim last Tuesday
night that hit knew the civil right!! hill
had hern pa-cd, ami that he wa' going
to take ndvantnge or It. He. In company
with 11 woman, walked Into the hall, and
taking one of the bc-t scat in the house,
remained there until the performance1
A certain well-known gentleman of
tills clly, who has beenahent from home
for eight or ten days, returned at four
o'clock hi the morning, nnd making his
way softly to his sleeping apartment be
gan making preparation for retiring with
out waking from her slumber-! his wire,
who to all appearances was sleeping
soundly. When about hair through with
the task of undres-lug, that lady, howev
er, suddenly awoke of her own accord,
and sielng her hu-hand exclaimed, "My
dear, there Is a woman's club in town,
don't you want inc to Join It':"' The gen
tleman wa- naturally somewhat surprled
at thelrem.-irk, but replied, 'Certainly, my
darling, If you w l-h," to w hich the lady
an-uorcil, "Ye-, you know you don't
want tne to do any -ueh tiling. Why, If
1 would join that club you would get a
divorce fotii me ; you know you would.''
A lew days nr0 a a,jy went Into a
notion store oil Wa-hliigton avenue for
the pnrpo-e of purcha-Ing -omc things.
There wa- a!o In the store at the time a
colored woman, who seemed to lie mon
opolizing the time of the clerk, after hav
ing got what die wanted. Tlio clerk, no
ticing the white lady, told the negro to
look at whatever -he wi-lied, and com
menced waiting on the while woman.
Thi made the negro very angry and she
kicked up a row aboutit,a-king the clerk
In very angry tone'' whether "one jiiiv
ton wasn't Jlt as good u 'nother pus
sun." "II you hadn't cut ilein thing- to'
ine, I wouldn't take a simile one of "em.
Mich Impudence I neva' did see in all my
lll'e." The clerk cooled her dow 11 a little
by telling her that he thought -he had
what she wl-heil or he wouldn't have
doiio it, and the colored lady took her
departure. The civil right'' bill has lieen
passed, you know.
Itegiilnr sii i'lliiK Thrreiir.
('orxen. ('iiAMiir.it, 1
Caiiio, Ii.i... March U, lsj'.i.TtfO p.m. )
l'rescnt Ills Honor, Mayor Wood
and Aldermen Halllday, Mathu-i, Mc
Kwcn, Morris, S.iup, Tlil-tlewood, Wat
deraud Wright X.
On motion of Alderman McKtvcu, the
minutes ol preceding meetings were ap
proved without reading.
Monthly reports of D. .McCarthy, city
jailor for February, and ol F. llros, po
lice magl-trate for January, were pre
sented and on motion of Alderman
Wright approved and onlcr llled.
The committer on claim to whom thu
following hills were referred reported
the same back recommending payment
thereof as follows :
S. I'. Wheeler, legal services ren
dered in can of a--c incut for
graveling Levee street 100 00
Oberly and Davis, publishing ordi
nances, proceedings, etc., to 1st
Inst $ 35 00
li. II. Cunningham, rent of coun
cil chamber lo 1st In't 20 00
Daniel .McCarthy, dieting prison
ers luj ill during the month of
February 10 00
Daniel McCarthy, extra meals
I'ui nUlied prisoners 0 00
Slratlon A llird, ."i kegs and 10 lbs.
of nail ami dra vage 'JO 00
Thoma- I'itgeraid, :i days work
on sidewalks 0 00
P. Conlun, -I days work on side
walks 7 70
Daniel .McCarthy. 'J days in
charge of chain-gang fl 00
M. H. Power, hauling ti loads side
walk lumber 4 00
A. Ilnllev, stove fixtures and sun
dries for Jail 11 25
Cairo City tins Co., gas consumed
in council chamber, from Dee. 1
to Mar. 1 S 10
Cairo Cll v (las Co., gas consumed
at pollen headquarters, from
Dee. 1 to Mar. 1.... 20 25
,1. It. Iieed,l hand-trowel 1 -15
Cairo CI tv Coal Co.. 2 tons coal
for clerk's olllce 7 50
T. F. Sullivan, medicine for small
pox patients, and leather (lus
ter for clerk's otlleu
St. Marv's Infirmary, taking earn
of small-pox patients, ;io days
at 00 cent Ill 50
Thomas McCahe, removing dead
animals lroiu city limits -1 IK)
On motion of Alderman Wright, tlie
recommendation ol thu committee was
concurred in, and said hills allowed by
the following, vote :
Ayes Halllday, Mathuss, McKwen,
Morris, Saup, Thistlcwood, Waldcr and
Wright 8. .Vays-O.
Tlio same committee reported hack the
hill of thu Cairo City (Jas Company,
amounting to ?2'J0 50 for gas consumed
in 87 street lamps during thu month of
February, recommending payment of
$270, lu t'ujl of said hill.
On motion of Aid rinan Morris, tlio
recommendation of thu committee was
concurred In. nnd said bill allowed as re
commended by tho following, vote :
Ayes Halllday, Altitliui, McKwen,
Morris, Saup, Thistlcwood, Waldcr and
Wright 8. Nays-1.
oniu.vANCT. coMMtrm: m.iuirsr.
The ordinance committee submitted tho
following bills for or.lluance which were
read u first time by tho clerk, nnd laid
over for a second reading, viz. :
AN OltDINANCi; lixln the inlailt'H of varloun
licit ordained by tl Clly Council oflhe City of
M.ctiox 1 The Mlnrlut mrlty onlcfMnn u! '
Hftcr.Mny lit, A 1, ls7Ji, shall I as Minn,
imjliK'iit of mimo to be mailt- monthly 'I lie
Mayor ehall he paid die hiiiulrnl dollars r Mi
lium City I Irrk, nlni! tiiiinln-l ilidlan r mi
nimi mill the rnllnulliit fnv,vlz .V (onti Tor li
nuiiiK llciMiovniiil M rents lor tnkhii? tioinlj fur
liikhiKiiiiilci'rtlllyiiiK eopUs or orlhiaiices, or
other matters nfteimnl Inl.U ofllir Un nUfor
etrry liumlrnl Wiinlm forBlvlns r-ilillcjile 1111
ilcrtral iirtherlly, M cental l'rovl'hsl lie sliatl
nut Iwcnlltlnl lo uiiy nrald fs, wlmn ilonc at
the reipicMof anil for the clly. city Treasurer,
nine liundrnl ilolhirs vcrminum. ami Ifilutip of
collector nu-ivlilol, thrrc Ininilml ilollam aiMI
tlonal llicrclori ( liy Asn-or, four dollars fur
each ilny nctlinuy tinlo)isl, 1 1 m 1 1 1 u k tin-time
for nukini; noil rcWiliiKns-minent tosncnlv
fle "lays, tor which In' shall he nl'li or tluen
biimlitslilolljirs for his servlcm durlnir nn) ono
Jturi llty Miirahal, seiity-111 ilollam r
HDiitli an J leu per unt of lilies actu.iIlT e.illrrt
nt tiiiilrr nrrrsts linele by hlln, nml utrli other
fep an nre imw, or limy iKTMUIi-r l'nllinl to
county riinntalilcs for similar mtvIimiwmIct the
lawmifihe -itHlHi Poliii-Coni-tahU-s, (InyilullurH
per moiitli, and ten imt cent of lli.cs iicltiully
collected under anvils nude by them lesfllte
ly,nndtuch oilier few ns are now, or may
hercarter he allimcd lo county constublej for
(Imlhir sen Ices under Hip laws of the -late)
Clly Attorney, three hundred dollar r mi
num. and nnien percent, of Ihe lines uctually
AN UKDIN'ANCK rrcnllmr Ihe olllce, and
protldunt for the elerllon urn clly m .-or, nnd
ulMillsliliitr the oilitti ofclty rumitroller anil
lie it onlnlne"! by the City Council of Ihe City of
Mc-nox 1. That tlieiiflhcnfCiiyAessorl,
nnd the same !, hereby created) and election for
siild olllrer to lie onleiod held at the. time of Ihe
ar.c. : 'I luit the olllces of City Comptroller
and SuKrlntemlent of Sim t l-, and the
mine are, heiehy almllshpJi the same to lake ef
fect nt the expiration of llieirpK-ent leno. The
duties of Clly Comiitroller hendofure pn
scrlheil shall IheriMtler devolte upon the illy
C lerki and the coinmlttir on tieebs an- hereby
authorlztsl toeindiiy sutne i- r.on from time to
Hill" fir inch jwrlisls hi Uvy miy think iiccej
ary, to s'iforiu Ihe duties heretofore lmHl
on ihe -iiperintendent of "ln-et.
AN OltlMNAM h inhlbltlns the dolnx or
any work, proUdcd tube done by )H-rlal a
kessment, iin'll the money has been collected
tliiieiur, and pnihlhillnif the Issuance ofwnr
rants, and cuniraclini! of d-bt. unless there be
money in the Inwury to meet them
lie It ordained by the I ity Council of the City or
Fkction 1. No city work shall lx commenced,
or iiiinii'!iieute made which h ur Isvn prnrld
t hir by fiieclal a"esrnent, until the cltvhas
funds sulhrient In tin- tnaury to pay the
amounts a-sei-i-l for the public benefit, and un
til the amounts as-e-cd upilmt property own
ers lur the special U nellts to llii ni, arising
from sal. I wink or lmirriTtments ehall hat u
been actually coltic.ti-l and p.ild Into the cll;
lreaury I'rotidi-I, that if the council shall -ee
lit IoiImsucIi work by lettliu contracts llien-for.
It niiv le done before the fdul a-cs-liiei'.' .
hate lieen collcclisl, If the contractor or con n
bir.i ha 11 nip te to awult the payment, until such
si.eclal assessments hate Ixi'ii collec'ed, and If
the city -ball hate a siitlirlent niiwunt to tlie
treasury to pay Ihe sum a-iesH-l fur the public
Ix'iiellt, unu which has Ns'ii i iiroprlated ."or
such work or iniirotunent.
fcr.c. -i It shall not be lawful for Ihe city to
purchase any materials or supplies, or contract
any debt, (except lu the conditions named in
Section I of this ordinance,) nor shall any war
rant lie l-siied in payment for any materials, sur
plies, sen Ices, or debt ofthe clly, unless Ihqre
lie suQh'ient lands In the cll) lic.i-urv appropria
ted to the sclul object for w hich the tTnrraiit is
IIKI'OItT iV Cll V TIIKASL liKII.
City Treasurer lllake reported that ho
had tills day received from Mr. A. II. Saf
fonl, tnialee for tliu city in the matter of
Ihe bond- lucd by the city to tho Cairo
A St. Louis It. It. Co. the Stun of S12,00i)
in Interest coupon-, which had been de
tached from said bonds, mid tho sum of
$3 Ct In en-It; thu same being the amount
of Interest dm; on said bonds, to March
Glh, lSTIi. He further reported that lie
had tliis dav delivered to the finance com
mittee said iutere-t coupons, and that he
had placed .-aid S-S 01 to the credit of the
Cilnnfc St. Louis U. IS Co. intcret
The treasurer al-o reported that lie had
received from Mr. Sallord, trustee, cer-lllk-.ite
No. (X) for 500 shares of tlie capital
stock of said I!. II. Co.
On motion said report wa- received
and ordered llled.
JTN.t.S'CK COMMITTKi: IIKrOKT.
The lliiaucu committee reported that
they had tills day received the -aid $12,
000 In Iutere-t coupons from the city
tiva-urer. and that they had destroyed
the same by lire.
On motion of Alderman Wright 'aid
report was received and ordered llled.
rtKi'ouT or a. n. SAiTonn, Titc-Tim.
A. 11. Sallord. K(i trustee for the city
hi tho matter of thu bonds ol the city I
sued to the Cairo & St. Louis railroad
company, reported that he had on the
Mh day of March, as per Instructions from
tiie council, delivered to said railroad
company the sum ol'$.0,000 of bonds of
thu city, held by him as trustee, (after
detaching a sulllclent number of coupons
to pay tlie Interest thereon to March 5th,)
taking the receipt of said company
therefor, which lie has tiled with
the city clerk. Ho also reported that said
compativ had delivered to him certifi
cate So. 00 for 500 filiates of the
capital stock of said Hallru.nl Company,
which he had delivered to the city treasu
rer, taking his receipt therefor which ho
has llled with the city clerk. On motion
of alderman Wright said report was re
ceived and ordered llled.
lir.sOI.UTKIXS A.VII MOl ION'S.
Tlie following resolution oll'ered by al
derman Ilalliday, was adopted by thefol
Aye.-, Halllday, Matlm-, McKwen.
Morris, Saup, Thistlcwood Walder ami
ltesolctil. That tlie mayor ho instructed
to employ John M. I.ausdeii to assist thu
city attornev lu tho injunction stilt
brought by persons lo rc-lst thu payment
of licenses under eiaii-o .No. -IH, Section 1,
iieii..!,. r. .i ii Itc charter, and t hut a
feo agreed upon for siieli assistance ho In,
lllll llirOllgll 10 1110 lloai Hiyiuiiciiiiuii ui
Tho following resolution also oll'errcd
by Alderman Halllday was adopted, viz :
Onoi-fi, That tlio committee on treets
bo Instructed to timing" with thu Cairo
Citv (ias Co., ll Special coiitinei,iaii(i suo
mlt thu samu to the council lor approval)
for lighting the council chamber
and thu several engine houses hi tuu
Tho following resolution was, on mo
tion of Alderman .Morris, adopted, vl.:
Jleaolced, 'That tlio city clerk bo and
ho hereby Is instructed to glvo proper
notice of tho charter election lo bu held
on Tuesday, tho 20th day of April next,
for tlm election or n .Mayor, City Clerk,
Citv Treasurer, City Attorney, and ouu
Alderman from each ward.
AVsoiW. That the places for holding
said election ho as follows : In tho First
ward at tlio brick building formerly occu
pied by K. F. IMvlsv on thu Southerly sldo
of thu Cairo &St. Louis railroad, between
Washington nnd Commercial avenues ; In
tho Second ward nt tlio engine house of
ll.,. In,.li ni,,l ir,i,. n-.. i..
.in; j..'... ii ..i.i.ij lliu UIJHIir.lllJ , III
the Third ward nt the engine lioiiso of
mo iiioerniau lire eomiianv; in tun
Fourth ward at the court lioue : mid In
the Fifth ward at tlio hotio or Mrs. Sul
livan, on Ihu Northwest corner of 23th
street anil Commercial avenue,
l'etltlon ol tho 'Taylor LllerarySoclety,
asking of tlio council iermislou to uo
the council chamber one night each week
for the purpose of meeting therein, was
pn-sentcd and on motion of Alderman
Tho council on motion of Alderman
Wn.i. K. Hawkins, Clly Clerk.
Gtllct's linking Powder for sale
(iillct's Flavoring Kxtract- the best
hi use, and for sale by nearly every gro
cer. Joe KoLoker Is now In full control ol
tho Washington bakoiy, and hating learn
ed tlm wants of the public, l prepared to
supply on call all ilemauils for French loaf,
lloston, Drown and Graham bread, and
everything tlsu ordinarily found hi a Ilrst
classbskiry. lie maintains n full stock of
confectioneries, and can, as well tt arty
other denier in tho city, till all orders In
that line, Cakes baked, (rotted or orna
mented on short notice. Specl.i lattentlon
given to the orders of wedding or picnic
Cull for tho be-t-dlllefs Itakhig
Powder for it never disappoints the
N'enly-flttcil, finely furnished barber
shop by Ocorgo Stelnhousc, corner Com
mercial atcuuo and Klglith street. Years
ol pract'eo have clven htm a light hand
that mikes a smooth shave dclUbirul. All
who try him onco will call again. All the
late dally papers are kept on his tablo for
tho benefit ol bis coMomera, and there I
no tedious waitlngfor turns. If
Ulllet's linking Powder thu bc.t In
Use always reliable.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Ilnppy Keller fur Vntini; .Men from the
effects of i:rror and Almn' In early life. .Man
hisid restoissl. Iinssliiueiils lo .MurriaKe iv
moted. New mcUiod of truitiiicnt. New and
reiiurkable mnedles. Hooks nnd circulars lent
fn-e, In Kxilisl entelolH's Address, IKlWAItl)
AS-OC1ATION, IluN Ninth slnst. l'hiladel
phln, l'a , nn Institution having u hllm pnta
tlun for hoiioiublu conduct ami piore-sioiinl
l.ocnl Veiillipr Iti'iorl.
Caiiio, III. , March to ls"3.
TlUr.. llAU. ITllK. WlXtl. I VEU W'KtTIIKll
7a m ?Ji til I 3t" I Y. I T Fair
II " ) H'3, I!)' I W. . li ( leur.
2pm. ai.COl , M' N. V 1 s fair.
THOMAS .IONK9, Sergt. si -f S. A.
Steamer Haven, Columbus.
" City of Alton, St. Louis.
" ldlowlld. Kvansvlllo.
" Arkansas Hello, Kvansvllle.
Steamer Haven. St. Louis.
" ldlowlld, Ktan-vllle.
" Clly of Alton. New Orleans.
" Aikaii'as llelle, Kvan-vllle.
HIVr.lt, ItfSI.NT.SS AMI WKATIIIUI.
There Is no change lit tlie Mli-UMppi
at St. Louis, and thu rates remain sta
tionary. Tlie Ohio litis ri'cn four Inchc
In tlie past twenty-four hours, and Is now
but ten feet below high water mark ol
'07. Hit-lness continued dull. Thu
weather is clear and plea-ant and the
levee Is drying up rapidly.
Tho City of Alton ami lighter canto
dotviiTue.-day night with as much freight
as tlm water would allow her lo take.
She added considerably here, and after
adding the lighter's cargo left for New
Orleans with all ihu wanted Tlie Idle-
wild had her usual good trip from Fvans
vllle, and left with a fair trip of pa"cu-
gers and freight Sergeant Cain ye-ter-
day arrc-stcd the wife, of Tom Seymour,
a pilot, who lias been ''carrying the ban
ner" for several mouths, for assuming
male apparel. It is mid that Tomde-ert-cd
her, leaving her destitute and lu want,
and that she had no other clothes hut
those or her husband The water is
running out r tho head of
Island "No. 10 Into Heel-Foot lake
Tlio St. Louis llfjmblieun of yesterday
fays: "Jowett Wilcox visited 'Change
yesterday and -hook hands all around
with tho boy-. He says that notwithstan
ding ( 'alro lias been tho head of navigation
all the Winter the hotel hiislnes-;iias been
dull at tho city of the crotch Hoat.s
leaving to-day : H.C. Veagcr for New
Orleans; doe Kinney, for Vick-burg;
Alex Stvifl for Clneliiattl anil I'linnlo
barges are due to-day with 2,800 tons
The Harry Hohluson minstrel combina
tion took passage on the
Arkansas Hello hut night for l'a
(lucali. Wan Dui'.s iiti i.n r. Ititi.u ICKi'oiir, (
March l', ls".V
ft ix. tr in.
T' if -r a
31 h vj; -i
10 3 Oj -3
3 1 ol -It
Wholesale, Retail and
Wil oox'u Blooli,
Cbriior Poplar and Eloyunth Streets.
CSyniKh08t Cash Prlco paid for
Hons and Cattlo.
Correclol Daily by K. SI Steams, commission
ininli.mt, tretetary of tho Cairo Hoard or
r lour, according lo (trade
Corn, mixed, sacked ,
Com, white, sncLtsI
Oals, mixed ,
Ilraii, per ton
Steal, sle.iiii ilrhsl
Iluller, choice Norllieni roll -Ilulter,
choice Soiittiern Illinois ,
Kircs. iht d(iiii..
$1 Wifi 00
1 ts.'l ro
,.I0 00 si 1.1 (O
ti :: ii
...... (fe,1 00
Ciilcki'iis, ier dozen ..
'Inrkeys, iribircn ,
.aiih, en. nee, r lurrei
Apihi, eimniMii, per baml
I'uUtnes. 1st barrel
Oiilnns, .r tiarrel
Chis-sc, jitr pound
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Corner Commercial Av. nnd Eighth St.,
Nopen from 9 n m to I p m. for Ihe tnmtacl
Ion 'irregular lliiiikltixhusiiiess. Also on Weil
nesilay and saluuUy etenlnns IroniB toUo'c.lncL.
for the accommodation of Sjnvlntis dciosltora.
Kxchnnso Dousht and Sold on the Prin
cipal Cities in tho Unltod States.
, Cy-toiclRii i:chamrc drawn on i:nlnnd,
Ireland, rninre, nnd all the rhiclml cliles In
t.eimiiuy, SWit;erlnnd, llelh-ium, llnllund, tills
la, Denmark, Italy and oilier loivlitn nations.
tJ'I'ollectlniij made in nny uirt of Kuroue by
Uniit or power ofallorney.
trT Ia?llers of cnsllt lor traveler In l-!nei.i.
Gold, Silver, United States and
otner JJouds iiouglit and Sold.
l "ii on ?ise D.fo:it.
INf THE SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
P C. CANEDY. ProBidont.
IIKNKY WELLS, Vlco Prealdent.
THOMAS I.KWI8. Cnaliior
T. J. KERTH, Assistant Cashier.
Athoneum-Ono Nfght Only.
THURSDAY, March II, 1875.
Iletnin toLniro of the l'oiulaeandi!ter Katorfli-
l'.iillt'c A'tv Comiiaiiy.
I. tun. -'I hemiiimp'menti'eicctridly aunouncc
iii ine ciuzens in c unu. uiai ine siieuiiiii iittii.
tisny of artists thev have In present this ntimn
Is helietcd In l.e strnnjrer In Ihe point nfarllstle
talent iiiiiii nny mey nate eter nroiitriit lien-lu
past niMin. 'I lie unanimous tolcc ol'lhe piess
mid Ihe iiierwlielmlnir nuilleuceii with trhieh
they hate eurywherc lurn Kl"'!"!, winnint Ihe
ns-rrtlon that mir many I'rlends lu (.alro nnv
anticipnienii entertainment of more than usuiil
I'lr-l ii'it-arauri! in Ihlscily of the I'cnnwucd
(.'oniisllun Mr. Jim. W Mi'lii i'. Wlvt ap
pearance nf the celelunlcd character liniHruiu
tor, l.c l.roml. .Mi-s Annie lleiver, Ihemo-t
iicenmpllshisl Coinel snlulst In Aiueitca. .tll-s
Kltle llerirer. 'r)slal Chimes, 'lheenlire cum
pauy will appear, All th" late sons and new
Aillllissliili 75 mill .10 cciiIh.
STJ-smls can he secured at Dan ILillln in's
,vilhoiitc.tnitliaiKe. CIIAfc. II I'HAIT,
Orrn-K or Tiir. f aiiio !c f-r. l.ons
ItalLlto.tot.o., Caiiio, III.,
.Match .Mil, 1-7.V
A meetlusr of the Dircctnrs of this ComiKiiiy
trill In-held on Friday. Hie I Jlh day of .March,
llist. , A. II. Is7i, at in o'clock A. M , at the
olHieof.-. .-. Iiiylnr In Ihe City oftulni. Illi
nois. S &TA.VISTAVI.OK,
Hotel, and Restaurant
Two doors north or the Cairo and Vincannea
WM. WETZEL, Prourlotor.
AllttTSTY watch kept night and day for
Indus and slr.imbouts.
'Hie liest of accomniod.il Ions for transient
Kiu-els lit '1 Wo DoII.iid 1st day.
O. N. HUGHES,
Over Mathnu & Uhl'i,
NOS'i: but l'lrat-Clait Companies rcpre
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO UEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up-itairi.
Tho Oldest Established Agency in South
era Illinois, roprussuUtiK ovr
Leading Journal of Southern
Will steailfaslly opiioso the policies of the
ltcpiihllcaii party, and rcfti-i to be tram
melled by tlio dictation ol nny clique. In tlio
It believes that the lieptiMlcan party has
fullillcd Its mission, and that the Demo
cratic party ai now organized should be re
stored to power.
It bellovei tlio Kaillcal tyranny that lias
for several yra-s oppressed the South
should be overthrown anil the people of the
Southern States permitted to control their
It hcllevos that railroad corporations
shon'.d lie prohibited by lcgls'stlvc enact
tut tits from extortion nnd unjustly discrim
inating In tliclr business transactions with
It rrcognfzci the equality of all men be
fore the law.
It advocate freo coniccrcc- tarllT for
It advocates resumption of specie pay
ment, and honest payment of tho public
It advocate economy in tho administra
tion ol public iiflalr.
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The Uulletln will publish all tho local news
ol Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, Po
litical, Foreign and General N'etrs, and en
deavor lo plcaso all tastes and Interest all
T II K
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subscrlbcrii for the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
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In tlio West, and Is a pleasing Fireside
Visitor and Family Companion.
Cannot fall to ice tho unrivaled Induce
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of cheap and proiltable advertisements.