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SECIIET SOCIETIES
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riiiiiir.' iiiiii i. iv ! li'v.
I li manor L'iMiiii inner.
AI.KXANIMIU I.OIHJK, NO. ftfl.
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SjPvS-j low, inlets cirry I burtday night
iM" nl li:iir-iniHti.cirn. Ill tin I r Inill on
Cmniiiriclul alt-one, hrtuu-n . I X 1 1 1 mid "dcntli
itlicl .lulls II UussMAN, .N. (j.
OMito i.si;amp.mi;st, i o. o. k., mute
hi o.liIVIIovV Hull niilhu llrnlund third
locsdiy In eury month, i halMi-nii m-u-ii.
I !i Slack, C. I'.
TV UAIKOMMMJi:, NO I7,A.l'. XA !M
r nom nyui.ir cwiimiuniemi'Mi in ..i-i-.
onle ll.ill, corner l oiiiintrrial Meiiuc
mi. I ll.,(.lf. .IimJ iii II. (....(ill lllltl
fiputlh Monday ofcirli month.
LOCAL NOTICES.
I'nt-Mi.Mcliool.
The I'arbli School was opened oh Mmi
dsy, Msrcli !'. Hill i,ti iitt Mill be ic
celled lit nry time, on the condition'
already puiilMicd. 'I'lii: n:rvlr! of 1'ro-
fp or Frlck liny been secured fur lntrti u-
tli.n In (iiTiiiin I iiil-u il-i-. rurllili mi
i st'n cli iftn will lie in n!c. I'll? Is tvlshttij;
tostudv Herman only, w II mine to llio
school alt o'c ouk i. in.
CltlllLKH a, (UI.HRliT, Hector.
fll-a-.l-lm
I'rrvh Supply.
Mr. 1. rilzireruld haijil'l received nnd
!in on nil' nt !ili call"! room n larse stork
of KnidMi ate, porter, llcniioesy brandy
itii) wlnc. uihI llfiiior of nil kind", which
U will dispotc of al reasonable price.
j2t.o-y.iVtr.
SVnntcil.
Fitly to Seventy-Hie d 1lr. per month.
Agent"! want ! yry wlirc. Tcarlici, la
(Ilea, Ktit t., etc. No capllil or out
lay required, tend H) rents for postige on
outfit, to I). 0. WHUIIMAN,
tt Irvln elation. Knlon Cotinly, Ohio.
lVliiler" (allcr)".
0m Friday nnd .Saturdays o.vi.v.
lOI-MC-tf. "
(i mill See Her.
Landlord ol hotel nml boarding bouses
will Mini it to tlu Ir ailtat.ti)!u to uiill upon
Mr?. Colemni, No Konriti street, be
tween Wsshlhjt'ou ami Ommcit'lal nven
tits, anil .vceiutn her t rm-lor 1I0I114 hold
anil hoi iIIiir hou-c wa-he by the week
Her whulc,ilu piPis nto extremely
low 7c. per dozen. Tor piecework pr ies
are a follows! Mtufle shirt anil ci.
Ur, 10c; pr dozen H' i", socks IV-; two col
lar, fc; twJ hmdkerchleli', Th-j vests 'llir;
and a:l gentlemen's wear, 7.e. per
dozen. Ladles' dresses, !!" lo 60c;
skirts 1) tJ ;).; drawer 10 lo 15c; twin
pair hoe fc; two collars!, to l' C. Kor la
din' plain cloth" il (0 per dozen; lor la
dle line clothrf, ?l per dozen; done
dromptly, and promptly ddhcrcl. I'd
tron.iL-r tolicited.
3V2-10-tf.
Nalnt ( hilrlCN.
floo.l flnijlc ronmi on the upi'or floor at
Ihn Saint Charlei can be had, w I'll board,
t the vi-ry low rate of per mouth
liny Itniirili'ni.
Two or threo (.eutlttnt'n can be aecom
inflated ii)i iliy boanl. lloil'c on Wal
nut, between S eiithtiid Ki.;hth. Apply
at thl olIlrc: rKJ-2-Ct.
Dully Lunch,
fieoryo I.ittner torncrof ronrtetntli and
'Vaihlnxton ax-ntic, will fitrutrh he -caller,
jycry dy to hi pitron a No. I innch, be
Sw ecii the bourn of ten and twelve o'clock,
r're-b Milwaukee beer and fra(.TJnt llaana
zlgm to be had ut lii I ir at all tinw.
."Sollrc or Iti'iiiotul.
Hchlcht A: I'lricli bae iuiovim their
chcinlr.l d)c nr. and ilcanMn ctab
lltliineiU trotn the cornor of Kl.htn ml
Co mm rclil to Va-liln;ton Aenic.
between Ninth nml Tenth ttreeM. Tomeet
the wmita of their iinny ctiit mer. tin y
beve ordered ami liavi; Jokt received from
11 r po u Utge lot ol the tlncst dye luir,
nnd are now ready to attend to any order
in their line. 35-3 O-lin.
I'or Nulc ctii'iip.
Any pcron wanting to buy a line large
horc, -iiltable for wairnn or dray, can bo
accommodated by ca lln at the MelhodM
l'anonage on Eighth itrevt.
New Jluriirm nml Smlilli- Shop,
The cltlz in of Cairo and vicinity arc
hereby reiped'nl')' lli'i nueil that we hao
opened a llarn ) and Saddle Shop at No.
10 Coinmercial Aveniie, whero can be
found a', all time', n lull tnck of nrtlde in
our line, at a luw plicet a. the miiij ila.
ol work can be bought In any in irko'. Ite
pairliif done promptly. Carriage trim.iilns
a apeclulty, l'Ieae kIvp call
(ll-.-l'-' Ot. I.. U. Auki.n A- Co.
Notice or ltfiiKunl.
The well known barber hopi corner
Kiuhth and C imncrclal, pre'Idnlo r .y
tli o popular arllt, (Seoro i-'t- Inhume, hac
rcmotcd one d r north on ( onimi'ii' al, in
the (irnnil Central Hotel. The new Miop it
laigc and comm illnus and tliniio w'c'iinj;
for any liiu artl-lic m the way of f.n-hlnn-able
hair cultinir, mooth haie, etc.. will
do well to call nt the 15 rami Central Harder
hop. 71 3-l3.f.
Illiu'Uiiiilth Shop.
Tho old Hand on .S..tli street, between
Commercial avonue and Ohio I.evce, U til
wa)R reuly to do any klndof work in the
blaekstnltti Ilii3, mikluiiind lepd ring Wag
onj, lltiggloand l)r.i)j. ):pccl:i' attention
given to hnrse-nhoclti',', ft 1 make my own
bhoe ; I ran make them hay or light,
jtht m you ile'lrc, lor ynu all know that the
homo nndo i-lioes nro tho de-t. Call rouiid
and I mn mro to g'.vo yotuali. faction.
TJ-ll-lm. r'ltmi. Honiin.Nz.
Tnlr ami I'etUnl.
Tha Gcrmnn Lutheran clinrdi prnpo'ct lo
L'lvo nlairaud (etlvalat Ilia Arab Enslno
Hon. c on April 13th and Mill, part cnhirs of
which will be announce J In duo time.
3-10- t.
I'lniioniiil Oriui T1111I117,
Mr. M, Kulino desires Ui to nay tli tt ho Is
roady to rcelo ordarH for l'lino nml Or
gan tuning, and repairing musical inntiu
jneit. Onleri may do luit at tho cornor ol
Thirteenth nnd Walnut utrcct, or 1'. O.
Ilox 001, and will rocclvo prompt intention,
8J-3.10-.1in.
Wiiulcil,
Afients lortlio ".Moiitiniciilnl Ko-Chiin-nry
Lump llurncr." No ?mokc or smell
mid no exploMon. They suit everybody,
mid everybody buys tlicm liccniisc tlu-y
nro what everybody wants. Samplu by
mall for 35 cents. A. S. Stoneliaker, -13
rnttcrson avenue, llnltlmoro, soncrnl
ngont. 3-10-31
m Saltern.
CITY HEWS,
THU'ItSIMV, MAItCII 18, 1875.
a ,vmii'.('i;.ii i:.v i h.
I'or .Mil) or.
l:i,i r. hi Hi s I'lra.p iinnouticu .IOIIN II
111 1 l.l.l -t mi n canili'liile lor .Mnynr nt (.alio, ut
uic enouiiiK iniinii'ijnii cieciion
lumiary -I, li7J. .Manv ClTizr..v
Inenl U'rnlher Itrpnrl.
Caiiio, I LI. , Mtirch I"
Ii7S.
Time,
lUlt. I Tilt. I WlNM, I Vkl,
Weatiiuii
7 I in.
II "
2 p in.
:t.3
in
41
I
w.
N.
V.,
U
8
4
lear.
Clear.
Clear.
3'.avi ,
W.2JJ
THOMAS JU.SES, StrKt. H" S , U. si. A.
'I In- .MIiihlri N lost MkIiI.
One of lliu largi'i'l i;iiwu-i ol pcoplo
inui ever tfeiuoii.'ii in Miiru on imy ocv
c.ltoil, lullit Imvu been K'!ll taut nl'llt
:u uie Aiiiiiii iitii. i-.very unit vwik
pMckcil nml JaiiniH-il, mid wu linvi; no
lic-llatlon In Buying Hint fully Mx linn
iliud jicr'om werv prweut. Il jM-opli
will no lo inlii'ln-N, (J.tl Wn'ner N tin-
man iin-y nioiiiu iatroin"', lor 1 1 ren
mill, llr.t, that lie lia.- tin: hot kIiow trav-
clllliK.mid'et'Oiidly, beeutii; In; U it elcv-
er. eourleotin ,'i-ntli'iiiati. He t'lve n far
Ix'ttarperforuiance than on JiN previous
visit lo tbN illy nnd we rcUe.t
nil who wlh to wltue a ihiiiiIkt one
nilii'trel Iroupoto'o to UiirtuiAii' to
day mid ut n enl. 'lVMillit I" CulH
ln-t nilit in this city.
Norlaltlr.
Tin; ladli! of the .M. I'. Cliureli will
j;lvi one of their pd-nsitit ciitTtHlnmi'iit
nt the eliiindi on Tliurwlny evening,
Mnnli lSih, nnd extend a cordlnl Invltn
tiou lollielr frieniU nnd the public; Ji"n
emlly lo tneet tliein tlit-re. The pro
irnililllie fur llie cmmiIii' will be Varied,
mid will coii'.l-l nl luitruuicntHl niul",
Inltifr by thu cliolr, mib-et rending,
duets ipiartettos 'olos tc. I'efreh
incut will bo served in the elmrcli pir
lor. .'J-lfWU
The M. i:. NoelnlilnTo.iilxhl.
The followliiK h tin- pronuninc of
tbo ronwrt to tn jrlwn nt the lelliwll-t
churrli tld eveiilii:
I'AKT I.
1. OrantiMiIo I'rof. c. I!obllii.
2. Solo and chorus.." You nre alwuya
Vihiii to Me." MUe Uncles and
J 'aw nnd 31irs IlacLer mid 1".
I.'obbln-.
a. Solo "Until and Naomi."
Mr. I.atiHlfii.
I. I)ttut...io wlien-tluj inlitarc51cr
iii," MIiO. .Stetdc.
:. Solo, "Joy G refill." J'rof. C. Hobblns
0. Oimrlcitc "Oremn on. niv j-oul."
.MUse I'lile nml I'aiv, Mcn
lluoker and MelCi-v.
I'.UtT II.
Select l.'endlnx lion. . I. II. Oberly.
iiolo "Too Late."
Mr-. V. I'. WrlL-lit.
0. Solo "Old Hobln Grav."
' - . iJriiAIon-nrrnt.
10. Duct "Hunter's Son"."
Mr, mid .Ml- I.iiiimIi'ii.
11. Solo "Down by tin; Son."
Mr. W. II.Morrl-."
12. Solo mid chorus "A Iloun; by the
lliv.-r Side." Mr-. Wright, ".Mrs.
Stearii", Mi r-. race nnd MeKie.
Alter the conei rt, refre-liineiits will be
K-m-d in tlie eliiircli parlor-.
,1 I'osltiw Cure I'or ItlieiiiiiiilNin
f-r tale ft t'ie ilrug-toiv ol M..I. VU-llaillcy,
bclween Kl .-lite -mil und Nineteenth -troet.
on Cciumerclal acnue. :l 18
ST. PATRICK'S DAY.
file
I'lirnilc 1 esteriliiy The
Cily UniKl nt tin- lleiul.
IX-llii
The Lecture In tho evening.
After the ii-unl -ervice- at St. Patrick's
(-litircli, ye-tenlay nuiriiln, the liuiiieii-e
erowd that attended uia, crowded alone;
the .-idewalk, In front of the church, to
wltne-- the proc. f.-loii. At linll'-p:it
eleven, the Di-ltn City Cornet baud, with
tlielr new f-ilver liiti-uiii('iiN, hlruek up
the popular I rl -It air "St. Patrick's day In
the iiKirnin," followed by H-vcral oilier
piece-, before llio MK-Ietli'S were prepared
to leave the church.
Tho St. Aloy-IiH Youii Men's
Temperance -oelcty proceeded ut
tbo head, followed by SI. Patrick's l!c
nevoleut -odety, .Mes-r. O'Callahan mid
Patrick Clancy lit command. From the
church, the proce.-iou proceeded down
Wiihiii:ton avenue to Fourth street ; up
Fouiili to Lewo stmt; up Levee, to
Fourteenth ctriet; down Fourteenth
trcet to Commercial avenue; up Com
mercial avenue to Twentieth street ; out
Twentieth to Wa-lilu-xton avenue; up
tVa-liliifitou to Twenty-Second street ;
out Tweiity-Sceoiid to Walnut street ;
down Walnut to Twentieth street ; up
Twentieth to Washington avenue; down
Wa-lilngion to Twelfth street; up
Twelfth to Commercial avenue; down
Couiineicial to Sixth street ; out Sixth to
Washington aveiiuo ; up WtishlnjJlon to
the church.
The lecture, at llio church Iat
nljjht was well attended. Tins sub
ject was, we learn, "St. Patrick's Dajyfii
Ireland, mid tho Benevolent soeletle ol
this country."
DMsolnlioii Notice.
The drill of Ulllott & Hiiytltortn doln
business at No. 101 Commercial avenue,
Is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Oscar Haythorn Is alone autliorl.ed to
collect the debts due tho concern, and
nssumc all the liabilities ol the llrm.
, Ilnxuv Ki.i.iOTr,
! Oil'AIt IlAVTIIOItX.
1 Cairo, ilarch 6th, 1S73.
I Cauio, Illinois, .March 12th, 187.",
i O. Haylliorn & Co. have this day be
eomo too successors of Elliott & Hay-
' thorn, J. S. Howe, of Cincinnati, having i
1 been admitted as special partner. With
renewed facilities, wa shall hope to coin
miind a full share of the former patronago
of tho linn. O, Havtuohn & Co. I
3-17-3L I
I'DCiillnr Nniti-iilllj-.
The neutrality of tho Sun, In the war
made by "Oenevra ' on tho orf,'ankers
of tho Woninii'q Cluh, was ol'tlieiuostpe
etiliar kind. "Oenevra" would iy:
"The orlglnatoM of llio Club misrepre
sented their puriio-e In Its organization,"
nnd the Sun would chuckle: "That Is
goodj nlnt nhe fxlvin' It to OberlyV'
"fJeiievm" would ay "These ladles
told well, lie," nnd the Sun would re
mailt : "Attention Is willed to the com
munication of '(ienevr.-i;' mIiu does
Oberly In yood . ' "tJenevra"
would say: "The-.'. i told certain
women the club would be u sullrasc
club, and certain other women It would
notlH'," whereupon the Sun would de
lightedly shout : "Head 'Genevni;' she
hits Oberly a terrible blow
this evening." 'lid was the Sun'i
neutrality. Probably the old lady who
cdltrt that paper really believed that
"Cioucviii," In declaring that the ladies
w ho orjMiii.cd the club had dealt double
with the ladles who compose It, was ut
tncMii;; lis; that old Orminy ouht to
have known better.
lllencliliit-'iuul Trim in I lit;.
Mr-. in William-en wl lies toaiitiomice
to the putillo mi l Iter old patrons tli 1 1 ulie
Is prepared to b'eaeh, pre-? and shape hati
In the very latest tyle, al the low price ot
T.'i MUt each. Her pcrxnial attention will
be Mvcn to trlimning tin's and bonnets.
1'rlee J5 to f) cent-.. H-t-ldcneo on Wnsti
Ingtnn avenue, between Ninth an l Tenths
street. Any young I uly de-iilng to leatn
the btilncs may apply to in.
3- MJt. Miss. SAM WH.I.IAMHON.
Oeilrr.ll Ileum.
Mrs. and Mls Lau-deii will sing nt
the M. li. sociable to-night.
County court has adjourned on ac
count ol the lllne.., of .lodge Hrnss.
While the servant girl at Wlnsor
Castle was out Mondav night some un
known party or parties entered the hou-e
and got away with a lotofdlvcrwarc, xi
Mr. W. II. Morris will sluirnt tho 31.
H. sociable to-nlglit.
"HANH" on the tniii'oiiis of the Al
exander County Hank attracted the nt
tiou of thoe who pa-ted by that Institu
tion, yeterday.
The Mls-es Steele will ting at the 3!.
11. oclnblu thl evening.
Thetiraud Central hotel will open
tbl- evening with a grand lunch and bull.
Mr. Win. Wet.el, the courteous pro
prietor. eMeiiiN lo all a cordial Invita
tion.
l'roft'. Chandler Kobblns will pnrtlel-
Kile in the MKlublu at the 31. 1.. church
UiU evening.
l'ello-.v nainwl Way re Swank got
Into Howie's packing hou-e night before
In-t and helped himself to two hain. Of
licer fcbeehaii "bagged" him yesterday
with one of the ham;.
Mr-. Montarrat and .Mr.'. Wright will
sin" at the 31. II. i-oclable till- even
ing.
Henry Itrown waiarre-tedyesteiday
bv Ollloer Shctdian lor blgauiv. It Is
slntwl thnt Henry ha a vlfelu the jx-r-sou
of Mary .lolui'on, at ,Iackon, Teiin.,
and one here by the name of Mary Jaek-
'on. Ill-trial will eoine oil this morn
ing. There will be nice refrclimenU at
the 31. I, sociable, at the church this
evening.
The attention of our render.-' I cal
led to the law card ol Judge .Mulkey In
another column. It will be Men by It that
the tlrin of .Ino. II. .Mulkey .t Son, attorney-,
has liecu di-'olved since the
election of the Junior inenibir to the
olllee ol' county attorney.
The price of ailiul--lon to the 31. K.
-oelable tbU evening, will be twenty-live
cents Including inu'dcnndrcfrc-li-
Uiellts.
F. 31. Stoekllelh I- still nt the old
stand and doing an extensive wholesale.
bti-Ine"- In Hue brands of wine, liquor,
etc. lie carries the largest stocks and
be-t varieties of any hou-e in the state,
out ide of Chicago. See hi-, advertise
ment hi nmitlicreolum.
It I-probable .Mrs Mclvcc and 31rs.
Pace will contribute something to the
local e.ercl-ts on the oee.i-ion of the 31.
K. sociable, on IhU evening.
At the meeting of llie Taylor Llteia
ry Society at the council chamber. I.it
night, tin question debated was, "l!e
olved. That F.dueallon be eonipul-ory,"
3Ier. Geo. W. Hendricks and Chas
Carpenter In the alllrmatlve, and 3ler.
Krnest and Kdward Thillcke lu the neg-
allve. The qtie-tlon was decided in favor
of the negative.
MUsc Carrie Fugle-' and Lulu Pace,
in connection with lsrs Ariek, Hack
er and Frank Kobblus will display their
vocal nceotnplMimeiits at the 31. U.
sociable this evening.
The Irnle "tJeiievra."
"Genevni," III an lll-iiatured comniunl-
catlon to the Sun, say we resorted to the
cowardly plan ol attacking her after wo
had pretended to retire from the contest.
Wo have had no "contest" with the irate
woman If "Genovra" is a woman and
we did not pretend to retire Irom the
"contest." And now we shall discuss
her with much brevity.
"I demand from Mr. Oberly," shrieks
the evidently lurloiis "Genevni," "an an
swer to my question, without any morn
of ids guilty silence or craven evasions:
Do Mesdaines Wni-dncr. Candce anil Saf
ford deny tho allegation I have made 5"
Soft, now, gentle "Oenevra," let us go
at this work in a business like manner.
What Is your allegation? This wo un
derstand it to be: That .Me'dnmes
Wardner, Candce and SalVord declar.-d to
certain ladles that tho Woman's Club
they prnpo-cd to organlzo should bo n
Woman's Klghts Club a chili to agitato
for the right of woman to use tho ballot
nnd that to other ladies they declared It
should bo the kind of a club that, has
since been organized. This being your
allegation, wo have denied and do now
denvit. We declare and sav.""that these
ladles nre Incapable of tho duplicity
. "Genovra" charges ; that they have each
and all of them denied tho ehargo; that
they have made such denial .repeatedly,
nnd on last Saturday, nt the meeting of
the club, one of them lormally nnd ex
pllcltly declared thnt shoeould not undor-
stand how any lady could have so nils
iiuilcrMond the ladles who hud been
prominent hi the organization m to be
lieve mid -iy they had asnrted It was to
be a Woman" KlghtsClub. This was n
public denial of the charge that had been
made by ''Genovra" and was sall-lnetory
to all the friends of thoc bidln-.
Tills then Is how the cue stands now :
A charge has been made and il lias been
denied. To reiterate Ills not enough.
Lvcu the stupid editor of the Sm can un
derstand this point, and therefore we
have reason to believe that "Gcnevra"
can.
With this we bow to "fienevr.i" mid
step down and out of the controversy
with her If she will permit us to do so
by laying up her lerinagautl.ui pen. We
cannot waste any more breath in a con
troversy which has degenerated Into:
"They did," Iroin "Oenevra;" and "They
didn't" from us
Choice Holler.
200 pounds choice Northern packed
butter, hi prime order, just received mid
for snle nt No. M Ohio Levee.
3-IU-3t. 3lii.i.i.n S I'AitKim.
Are Von (iiiliiK Wet?
iro, and you de-Ire full and reliable
information as to the cheapest mid lest
route to 3IisourI, Kauus Nebraska,
Colorado, California, Oregon or nny ol
the Western Slates or Territories, we
recommend that you call upon or ad
dress K. A. Ford, General Pas-enger
Agent, .Missouri Paellle 'J lirotigh Line, at
'J. South Fourth Street, St. Louis, 30l,
who will cheerliilly answer all questions,
and furnish you with maps pamphlet-,
lime tables, rates &:, fret of chnrgt.
Now Is the season of low rates, mid aj
plieatlons should be made at once.
Tmi.llnni'M'ii!(oii I'or Snle.
A new wagon lor s tit bargain. Ap
ply at the lll'M.KT! v cotli.tlng-room. tf.
CITY COUNCIL.
Sperlnl .Sli-ellnir 'I hereof for C.enrrnl
llllkincsi, Culled hy the .'Injur.
Coi xrn. ClIAMIlKII,
Caiiio. Im.., March Hi. ls"."i,7:3() p.m.
.
Present Ills Honor, .Mavor Wood
and Aldermen Halliday, 31athu, .Mor
ris Saup, Wahh r mid VrIght 0.
oitiiiNA.vcns.
An ordinance intltlcd"An ordinance cre
ating the olllccand providing for an elec
tion of a city n-e-sor, and abolishing the
otllees ol elty comptroller nnd superin
tendent of street'," was read a second
lime by the eleik, and on motion of Al
dermnn Halliday, adopted by llio
following vote:
Ayes Halliday, 3Iathu;, 3rorri,
Saup. Walder and Wright 0. '
Nays 0.
An ordinance entitled "An ordinance
prohibiting the dolntr of any work, pro
vided to be done l' special a-sesment, un
til the money ha- been collected therefor,
and prohibiting the lnance of warrant
ami contraction of dc'its, unless there be
money hi the trcn-ury to meet tl.cm,"
was read a second time by the clerk, mid
on motion ot Alderman Morris, adopted
by the follow lug vote :
Aye' Iinlllilay. Mailing. Morris,
Saup. Walder and Wrkdit 5.
Nays 0.
An ordinance, entitled "An ordinance
llxinglhe salaries of various city ollleers,"
wa- rend a si eond time by the e'erk.
A Merman Hallidiy moved to strikeout
tlie words, "and If duties of collector are
added." und Insert in lieu thereof the
words, "and If the dutv of collector of
general warrant is added," ill that por
tion of said ordinance referring to tlie sal
ary of the City TivaMiicr. Motion car
ried. (Alderman Thhtlewood appeared In
his seat.)
Alderman ; .Morris moved tofiriher
amend that portion ot said ordinance re
lating to the ,-alaiy of the City Treasurer
by striking out the word "nine" and in
serting In lieu thereof Hie word "six."
Motion carried.
Alderman 3Iorris moved to further
amend said ordinance by striking out the
word "llfty," and inserting in lieu there
of '.ixty," in that portion of said ordi
nance relating to the salary of police eon
stables. Motion carried.
Alderman Halliday moved to-trikeout
the words "and ten percent of the lines ac
tually collected under arre-ts made by
'him" and "by them resp.'ctiwly" In the
portions of said ordinance relating to the
salary and fees of the City 3Iar-hal and
police constables. .Motion cairiel.
Alderman Halliday moved lo.-trlkeout
the word "three" and Insert In lieu there
of the word "four" in that portion of
said ordinance relating to the salary of
the city attorney, and also to add to that
portion of said ordinance the following :
"Which shall be lu lull for all services
rendered by him for. and on account of
the city." 3IotIon carried.
Said ordinance, a amended, was then
read by the clerk, and. on motion of Al
derman Halliday, adopted by the follow
ing vote :
Ayes Ilalllil.tr, Mathuss, 3Iorrls,r5aup.
Thlstlewood, Walder and Wright 7.
Nays-0.
Said ordinance as amended reads as fol
lows :
AN OltDINANCi: lining the wlnrica of various
city oiUcers.
lie it imlulncd by th City Council of the City of
hr.crios 1- The alarleiefeltronlrers from and
after .May lt, A 1. lSi.', sli.ill hua follow
liavnu-litoi uiue lo he iniiilc monthly : 'I he
Mayui siull he p.ii'1 Ibe hundred dollar pernu
Hum i city link, nine Immlnil ilollur-t pernu
mini nml llie 1'olloivlnirl'ivji, via .V) renin for Is-iiliiftlueu-uiiinl
.Vlcenta lor tnklnj? bomli I'or
liuiiilerrliiK Itemise 81 for rerllfymir copies
of ordinance, icujlutlons or oilier
m illiTiiofreconl In 1.1 olUeo IJ cent! for eiery
one handled rordi lor 1,'lvlnR certllh-aleuii-ilii-ff!
of llie city, m cent si Provided he (lull
not he entitled loany of eald 1'cia, w him dine nt
the rwiiieslofii'id lor the city, city Tn-n iliir.
tlx limnlirdilolhir perunnuin, nml II- lliedmy of
collector of frcueinl warraut Is
added, three handled dollar addi
tional theicfnn ( lt .s..es.or, four dollars for
each day iiclnally iinilo)l, IIiiiiiIiik' ttiellmu
for in thiK mid il l bins iie.iiinent to scienly
llvedivs, lor wliloliliH tflnlluu ult or three
bundled dollar for hi aervleoj duiinir anyone
jean City .Mardul. acirnty.Um dollais per
month, und such lee as nre now,
or nuy lirieafter he ullnwed to
county coiutahli'i for - Imllar fei viceunilcr the
aivoflhes,utet I'ollco Lfunhihlej slxlydollar
iierniouiu no1 pom in'" uiMv.or may
lieieifler he allowed toesiuiity coiuliihlei f r
almlUr service uinler the laws of the .sute)
i;iiy Atloiney, four luindnMl dollars er an
mini, and lllteeii pei rent oftho lines actually
cnlierled. which slull he in lull for all tervlcei
leudcieduy him for und on account of the city.
OltlUNANCi: COMMITTUll Itlll'OUT.
Tho ordlutiuco commlltoo nubiultted
I II. f..tl.,...l.... I , , ,
iiiu luiiutnii uiiiiiiiiuce, which was r;an
I I... II... .t,.nl. 1..I.I .
u) Km. , iiiei nun over ior a, seeoim
reading, yi:
AN OltlilN .Vi I; nmeniliiij Section 3S of Or
illnjui c No 7 irl iiiiii tn .
"i l'l'lw(1'"",,' 'IJ 1 ('""nc'1 "f H" tlJ'of
Necnuy 1 Tli.st scrtim .n0f ordinance No.
7 heallielnl.-lMMi. t.Me.nl nl lollottM: Itsli.ill
liot lie i lawllil f ir iiny i-en, louctaj runnt-r for
liliiiu-iror other pcnciii, or lnl,i hiiv manner
solicit or ak llic pjlronave r,r ciislnm ofanr
Iraielerut Knon, furany house or hotel, our
canllle liuilfi:, MeuinlitMl, mllrond, iiiilillc con
veyance or tninsportatlon iv.iitriii-, .it nnv rail
nwl al.iltoi orili-pil,si-iiiilKitluiiillnKnrotlirr
plnce In a.ii cily.oll.crUi.in iiltlie lion-c.ir hotel,
ili-il, ftnre, ntnllon or laii'lliii ur the iimi.iI
place nl'litHlnc.' ol'llic rnn, eermim or coin
pSny ly u hniii l.etli.ill lie ciiiiliijel iiuk-.i l.e
sImII lint oliUIn lli cn-e I'or lint pllrHee a,
hcrelniiner proilletl ineli-Mi in-rsini violntliiK
llic prnUtloni r thl-.irlln.i eli. ill forfeit nml
ny to tliecity asiim not lc. nun iltciloilnrs,
nor unite thin till) tlillur, for i-.ich ami eury
nfliihu
riioeos.u.s ion iiii.movai. w i kst iiocsi:.
The following u oi)osals I'or the remov
al of the pis: hou-e from its jireseiit lo
cation on Thirty-fourth street to a point
on Graveyard Itldgo at or near Its inter
s-etlon with Park avenue, f extended,
were reeelvid mid opened by the clerk
vi. :
From Jan. Kennedy, w ho propose, to
move said building In accordance with
tin! requirements mentioned lu the
ndvertl-eiueiit of the city clerk, so
liciting proposals therefor, for the sum of
$"n from Henry Dunkeraud Win.Thelc,
who propose to i e nove the saini) for the
sum of nnd from William .Mluare
who propoes to remove said building for
the sum of one huudrid nnd twenty-live
dollars.
On motion of Alderman Hallld.iy, the
contract for tli" removal of said Pest
Houe was awarded lo .lames Kennedy,
and the priqier ollleers were Instructed to
execute a contract with said Kennedy, in
nccorilniieu with his bid. by the following
vote :
Ayes- HallIday,.Mathus.3Iorrl',Saup,
Thlstlewood, Wuidernnd Wright".
Nay-J.
The council, on motion of Alderman
j .Morris, adjourned.
Win. K Hawkins City Clerk.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Joe Itot-ekcr Is now lu full control ol
the Washington bikciy, and havim; learn
ed the wants of the public, i prepared to
'tit ply on call n l demands for French loaf,
IlD'ton, i'.rown and (iraliam bread, met
everything clic orillnarlly toiind In n (lrst-clas-bak
ry. lie mnlntatns a In I stool: ol
ronlcctionerlc", and can. as well nny
other dealer In the city, fill all orders in
that line, Cakfs baked, iro-ted or orna
mented on short notice. Spocia Indention
glvunto the orders of wcddingor picnic
parties. 0 12-tf.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
ITuppy Itellcf Tor Ymms Men from the
encrta of l.rrors and Abti-ea In mrly life. Jlun
hood letlorcl. Inipeillmenl to 3larrhiKc re
moved. New ini:'hol of treatment. New and
lenurkable remeille. Itooksand circulars fent
fue, liifeile,lenieloei. .iMrc-s, HOW'Altl)
AS-OLIATION, tltlN. Ninth street. Philadel
phia, Pa , an In'tltiitiou haiiusa IiIkIi leputa
tinn for honorable conduct and irofe9loiiul
aklll. lin-l-lS-il&w-Jm
Our Saloon.
Tho abova laloon, corner of UiglitU street
and Coinmercial avenue, is fixed up In
g.iod st)le airy nnd comloitable. r.ver;
sund ly morning you will lind spread a No.
1 l.u icli anil a glis ef Milwaukee lager-
beer, which can't be beat, ami there N not
any Ch inee, llrhiml ti e lliryoti will Had
the b st kind of Liquors ai d CL-ur-, nml
my deslro s to givu every onu of my custo
mers who patronize me, satl.facflon.
Call round ! l ltKI). lloi llKIsz.
TU-3.tt-lm.
Vhence ThU .rent I'oinniolloii
tho coimiry throtiih, among the Almli lie
111 ter mongers? Tlievstind is'iat nt an
iniiovat'ou on their ptiiilege of nuklu
drunkards ol tho sick. A cotnp" it.r h.i
come Into the ll"l I with which ile-y j.-iniint
contend. Pit. ,1. Wai.kkii'.s Campoiinia
Vl.vroiH IIittkus tlie und (I cd oen -e
of the mo.t cfticaclous vigetnbc tonic and
alteratives In tin w .rut, it dra in,- nil the
still-born nostrums of Kin,' Alcihol lo tho
will. Tiiir.i U imll-ea.o, lii'erii.d or ex
tern il, In which it is mi ben tidal I y admin
Istcrod. ."1-tT-d & w-lw.
RIVER NEWS.
THE FINE STEAMBOAT W. J. LEWIS
ENTIRELY CONSUMED BY FIRE.
Several Men I'ei-Nh In I lie l'lniurv
or nre Itrowiieil
IMrl MM.
Aitittvni).
Sleainer St. Joe, Memphis.
" City ofChe-ler, St. Louis
" Itelle Memphis, Memphis.
Sjss iir.PAiiTr.i).
Steamer St. doe, St. Louis.
City of Chester. St. Louis.
" llclle Memphis, .Memphis.
invr.n, iiusint.ss and wi:.Tiinn.
From the river dispatches from dif
Icrent sources it would seem that there
will be a very high stage of water hero
this Spring. The river l.s now IJ feet fi
inches feet below high water mark ol
'07. The weather was clear and pleasant
yesterday. There was nothing doing nt
the wharf, and tho few boats
thnt arrived left without adding anything
here.
.Miser. Li.ANr.or.s.
The Relle .Memphis passed up light
and with very few people.
Thu SuMo Silver, from 3Icniphls, and
Hickory and Julia from St. Louis are due
to-day.
Tho Great Republic was presented
with a handsome sbk Hag last night, at
St. Louis, previous to her departure, by
Ascalon Lodge, ICnlghW Teinplar,ot that
city.
nt'iiNtxr. or tup. w. j. i.nwis.
Tho following particulars of the burn
ing of tho W. j, Lewis, wo copy from
tho St. Louis Globe of yesterday :
Ciir.STint. III., .March 10. Uetween 1
nnd o'clock p. m., to-day, the W ,J,
Lewl, from Vleksburg, limited here to
eoal ami nut nil' nasseneei-.s. nml w.-i
ininiiii m uie water euge, in trout ol 1
Ibis city, and nothing now remain lo be
seen of the boat but tho fimuhlerlug
ruins ol the blackened hull. The wind
has been blowing a perfect gale hluee Sun-'
day night, and as the Lewis made the
lauding, she eamo tip
WITH a chasii, I
upsetting tho blnclteiultli's forgo, nnd
tho tiro was at once picked up by tho
w ml ant cimed under tho cook-lioitsc,
w here It Ignited, and, fanned by iht. nm.,',
blasts ol the driving wind, spread and
enveloped the whole Irnine work oftho
boat In almost mi Instant. Captain Cart
wright ordered Ids men to make l'at, bur.
by some inlstindenlundliig. the boat was
not secured to the shore, und swung out
Irom the eoal barges and drifted down
opposite A. .1. White's, eooper-sliop,
Where tha wlndilrovn her I aril ilfPrr.iii.il
und the llro demon licked tin fin. bi!
morsel ol his victim. Ifcsldes the olllcera
und crew there were between eight lo leu
uiimii passengers mm some twelve Heck
aenger.s on board. All were saved
but live deckers. The baggage was all
consumed lu the llaincs
int: i.osr
are as follows : D.ivltl Wnrhor, watch
iiinn, whowasasheplnliN room ut the
lime or tlie lire; Chas i'rlieliard. colored
llreinan. and report say three lo live deck
passenger.-, who-e names cannot ,u uscer-
l.'lllllll. were ilrouneil l-.l ll. f:.. !
a deck )aeiiger, was 'erloiisiv, iiiiiIU Is
iK-lleveil lalally, scalded, niii .Niycrs,
Itrut lltnl., .I.iiti.u I' .I....1 ,
..iiiiiiiii.iiii, seeouil
mate, Nick llurps, xtriki r. and .Inines
IMllle s. Mr.t ell'rinei.r tiln,il .... I.....,.l
Hie bitruiiig boa? to light tlie lire, hut had
hi jump into tne river, iiiiii nil lour made
Ibe sluire In fc!il..i- w,.l c.1,1 i
, , ...Fi, tjiiiiin, r-,:,.niii
clerk, mill . I. II. Mi i il,-., ..i,..i. ,i
most ol the money mid book", bnt'lii do
ing o eiuiie near being eauaht by the
Maine-.
The fire from the burning steamer was
miiVKX Asnoitr
i'mi i.i i.-iiiwitr
nlo a large pile of shavings,
i was picked up ami carried
by the wind Into
Which 111 lorn wu
to A. .1. Wblti..' old cooper shop, w lilcli
wns entirely consuineil. nml for ,i tline
(jOIe Mill t'lnvnlnr nml .ill ,1.,., ......I....
. , ----- .-...w
of the citT was In great danger ot being
destroyed.
.Mr. II mill, llie lletf .,.rL-
-light injury bv lliejiunp he had to make
IriHll llii. Itiiriili.fr bl,..i i. I,. il... ...... I
barge, and Sol. hinlth had to drop the
iintiiev iiiaer.
Wll'lli. till. IV .1 I ntt-tu ,. n l,..,.,t....
'- . ..i..,,-. ,.-. ..Hilling,
till t-'llllllV I.r-U-I- e-lllli. llti nml flm ii.i.
eiiger nnd crew of the burned steamer
iooij tiassinre on lu-r lor hi. Louis
tiii: iiunsr.i) iioat.
The W. .1. Lewis was llie finest nnd
bet steamer plying above St. Louis and
was euroiite trout Vlekburg. having
been running in the Anchor Line for some
lime. Uf was owned by the .Missouri
River Racket Company, was built in IS";)
ataeo-tot $i;.-,.imk, lat valuation 00.
OOd.and Is In-urcd lor ?:1S,000 In .SI. Louis
Cincinnati anil I'itt-tmrir olllces Mie
was coiinnaiiiis liy Cnpt. .ludil Cart
wilglit, an experienced mid eurcliil man.
31 r. David Wurbovs one of the iiulorlu-
mile men who lot his life by this di-a-l-
er, lias been lu the employment of the
company I'or nine year.-, anil was highly
e-teenieil by them tor hl ean'fulne an'd
strict attenilon to bis duties. Ilebaves
a wile and two ehildri u. who reside in
the city. A di-palch from .Mr. .loliu R.
Gaunt, their d -rk, says the crew nro
on the l-'annle Lewis, which will, no
llotlbt.be lit the levee tills UlOiiiliiu-.
when lull particulars of the disaster will
lc learned.
Vaii t)u-AuiitT, Ills kii Kr.i-oiiT. (
.March 17. Mi. S
AnoVK niANcr
STATIONS. LOW WATrn.
rr ty. it is.
l'lttshurir Pi .' -li I
t.iiiclnimtl a; u N-j;
Lotllavllle 1.1 li i
KlaiHlille . I
Na-hville i
St. I.ouli II ft 0-11
CIUR0 MRRrvET-'WHOLESALE.
Conecteit Dally by I'. M Steam, eommlaston
nirretiaiit, M-creUry of the Uilro Hoanl ol
trjae.
flour, ncconllns to ktoU
Lorn, mitcd, rurkcl
I oni, while, tuu-Lcd
Hals-, mixeit -
Itran, per ton
.Mini, sIimiii (trie. I ,
liuller, elmliv .Nmiliern roll
hulter, rholci' "nutlieru Illinois ..
I.upi, per dozen
Chickens, perdozeu
tt onaooc
Tu4"Su
(H.7.C
rnolc
. ... 633 mi
Mi.S
ft -.Sic
HI'C
....$3 Wa 3 75
11-.' 00
....i3 W..rj So
I ill keys, iernozu
Apl"s, choice, per li.im-1
Ajiptis, common, per h.urel
l'ot lti.e.4, lr luriel
Unions, liauel
ci oo
(3 0o
Ml'O
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
GRAND CENTRAL
HOTEL
.-ANT)--
SAliOOBT,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Corner laiglvtla. Stroot,
Two doors north of the Cairo and Vine-nines
muroud itipol.
WM. WETZEL, Proprietor.
A
TUITTV wntch kept nlRht and day' for
trains nml aieaiulionli.
The best of uccnmmodatlnlis for lranIenl
Cheats at Two Dollars tier d.ir a-ls-tf
ATIIENEUM.
Wotlncsilay and Thursday
March 17th and 18th, 1876.
Li'.:1, hmm Ui hm,
HAPPY CAL WAGNER'S
fjfXNSTRELj!
dbTJk
-Axn-
Entire clinneo of Frosrnmme fiom theli
lormer Vlolta,
m Prcg;itniaal Uw himm
Everything Frosh and Original.
ITJ-Iteferved eeatint irrlninn'.
I'TK. lllllt'ltN, I JUK P.MAHSTOS-,
(ienerul Agtot lludneis Manager.
70.8-la-si
ROYAL PURPLE 1
Ink when a )i.u-kni;eot S'.inceiilriileil Ink
I'owiler will uuken pint of leit purple ink
Sent hv mall for as renin, or u fur l. niliereol
ors Ifdeiliisl AddiMJ D. VV. IHtOW.Niai.,
Toledo, Ohio.
-irl. l'.kw.,lvl, IkU,i,uiwi.. tiij..l
r.lrBt .BlitW WifiM. -r , - I. -.
(luw Ivitum O, Ml VmsVi " T
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