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ASCALON I.OIJ0K, NO. 31.
Knlihto nl I'vllilni. inicti every Krl
day nbtht Ml lniir-u.tt seicn, in Culd-
(enow' nail n -ilaix,
C haiici-llur Commander.
t, ALK.VANIM.Il I.OIHJK, NO !MI
ti9m&. Independent Older or O.M-Kel
Mf?"liw, meet ery Ihursday nigh
"iSr.A- .. It. II. .1. I. .11 ...
run..- u. ,iui, -,, rv, r, , ... ...in nut. .
Coiuinticlal alcnue, liftmen Mxtll uml f-eentli
MKeH. JOUN II uossha.-i, .-. u.
. rMAIUO I.NCAMI'.MLXT, I. O. O t'.-inetla
jn mni-d-nows' nun inline nrsiiinn iinm
Joarsday In eiery month, ut half-liasl wi'ii.
OK SLACK, C. I'.
A CAIIIOI.OIMJI.. NO. 4.17, A. I'- ,' J.M
A II. .1.1 ...,,! . .....nt....l.lf..llinil III .Mil'
"-f sonic Hall, corner tniiiirnicl.il aiiiiue
' '.imi l.inhMi streei, on me aewiim mei
rourui .Moim.ty oi men iiiuiiiii.
The I'nrMi !chool w oyencd on Mon
day. Mtrcli is. Ilui pun I will ho ic
celled nt ) tune, m !(! conditions
olrcady itiiiliniicil. Tim urnc.'" of I'm
fc mr h'rlck liav liccn retired lor lntrilc-
tl ii In tie (I rtn in luiirii.ij'p. I'orlldi n
i-xt a i ll ixv. wil' b- in i''e. 1'iK' 1 wishing
tiudy (icriuan tni'v, wll tome to the
school xt t o'cock p. in.
Cu tKi.ru . OiI.mkut, Hector.
J rcHh Supply.
.Mr. I'. ritxcrald lusjiii-t received ami
!ia on mill! at hit sale room a l.irj; :!
if l.iij,diidi ulc, porter, lleiinc'y brandy
aikI liif, ntnl I!iuorK oT nil kind, which
Li- will dispose of ut ri'ifoii.ihhi rlee.
Killy toStv-nt)-1vuiHli.r pnr month
Altctil wauled everywhere. Tcac'it-l", la
dle, k nt, 'Ic, oio. No capttil or out
lay required, html ti emit" fr iot-if;H mi
nutUi, ii l. WKI.CHMAN,
tl Willi KMtlnn. Cnlon County, Ohio.
Co mill Sim- Hit.
Landlord ot huttl uml boarding iour
will tlmt ll to ilii-lr luhw tic t'tcill upon
Mr O'liiiiiii. No - T'liinh unit. Iw
IWfwii IV still g on iumI C'linmi rol il nven
ui ii, ami a-c-iuin Iht n nnlr d.iltu ho el
ami ho illng house washes by the week
Her wll Irwin till cs are ext i tlli'l)
low 7 i-. per dozen. I'or piece work prce
arc ui follow.: SIIU e lilrl irnl fi
lar, Klc: p r dozen 8 c; otW- 7m;; two col
lar, 7c; tw . luinlkiTuhli'K .V; fti liOc;
ami n I (feiiUftiiciiS .wear. Toe per
dozen, I.nlle' Iroa-f-i S'i to Vh ;
tkirt Ii t 20", dnwr 0 to l&c; iwo
I air lite 7o; two co'hu5 to I c. l-or !
illei plain clothe- $1 i p r doen; lor la-tin-lint)
i: oth-p, SI 'i' per dozen; ilom
ilr jinptly, and promptly dellvcrel. 1'a
Sin ii C Oniric,
(iool nlnle rooin on ilii' up cr floor nt
tin- saint C'hatleii can lie liuj, wl'h lioanl,
it the very loiv rate of 63 1 per mouth
Two or three mmllrmen can ho .iccom
mid i etl ! h thy h-anl. IIme mi Wal
nut, between .S viiithDinl Klti'h. Appl)
at thUofllcc. StW-'J-Ot.
fit-ore I.iUiit lornerof Konrtenth and
iVa!iliix'on iivennc. will fi.'tiMi be oat't r.
very day to b pilrou a No. I lunch, be
Iween the hoiir of len and twelve o'cl -ck.
r're-h Milwuiikee beer and frarmt II ivana
:lari to b had at I ir at all timci.
.xii in- or iti'ino viii.
Si-hlchl A: L'lrleh have ii inocd their
cliemlc 1 il)i nj a .d ilf.n.ln tftai
llthiiitHit I ni in thu corner of VA btn -ml
Coinin rcl d to Wablnston Avenue,
between Nl th and Tenth ir-ci. To meet
the nt of ihel' in ny ciiit nicr they
bete ordered and Ii ne J it rcc iveil from
K r p Ii K I0'0' l'IL' H"'' lutl,
ami are now rea 'y to utieod to any ordem
in heir line. 3W0-lm.
Notleo tiT Itriiimiil.
Tho wnll known burlier t-hop, conicr
nchthiindC mtneri ial, prt-id d ov r i-y
the popnla rli-t, (! orrfti st- Inlimi-c, lmi
rcinovt d one d or north on oimnero al. in
the O -and Ceii'ral Hotel. The new ftiop I.
H ki-. hiiI co I urn ilinui, and th'ihc w uliui);
fur any liln' artl-tie n the way of I'ioIiImii.
altl hair I'tiilln', mooth liae-, et . will
do well 1 1 call al the (Hand Central llaiber
bop. 71 a-tu-t
The old land on S th street, between
Coinm rel.it av one mi i Oli o l.eiee, in al
w s leidy to tl i an k iid ol work in tli-bl.iuk-mit'i
lin t, miking. ui I repilrini; W.a
on Itn'ie-unit l)ri. Kpecli attention
j-i ven to ii r " li'irln,', a I make my own
ih"C; I ean make tlc m h avy nr lifjlit,
Jn t a- y.ni du Ire, Inr ymi all know that the
homo m ule rtinen are the be-t. a I roipnl
unit iiuiui otng vc jou-ail-bictlmi.
7 !:;! i-iin. 1'iiKD. Udmiki.nz.
I'lnno anil llrKiui Tiniiiiir,
Mr. M. Kil'itio dc rea iu to -ay th it he In
ready io r eel o -rtl th inr I'i no a d Or
tuning, and rep i rltitf runs eal Iukiiii
mo t. Urib r- may bo iu.t ut thu eomei ot
Tlilitm ntli and Walm t HTeet-. or I'. u.
110 liti l, and will receive prompt a.t ut.on.
lVlienru Tliit (.rent ('onunniloii
tho country tiirmtyli. anion'' tho Alch lie
111 ti-r mont'cr? Tlioy stint ghatt at an
Innovat on on iliulr prltllogn of milking
ilrunka iU ot ilui sick A ouipc It r ha
como Into tho Hid I with wliteh ihey ;annnt
contend. Dk. .1 W.U.KBn'8 Uamfminia
Viwo iu HinKits, tno mid fled C'sine
of tho mot ofllcatiouii 'i ge'ah'o tonlei and
alter itlv. r In tli w r d, Ii driving all the
mill-born noa'ruuis ol ICliu Aim ol t tho
wil. Tiii-ru h n i dl-ea-o, iutornal or ex
tern il, in which it U uot ben tlcially admin
Utcred. 3-17-tl .t w-lw,
The above saloon, corner of Eighth ctroct
and Commercial avenue, Is fixed u i in
g od style airy ntid comlortablo. Kvery
bund ly morning ynu w 11 lliul spread a h'n,
1 Lit eh and n pi s of Mllwutikco Inor
beer, which ra i't bo beat, and theic U not
onychingi". H'lilfil ti c liar yon will lind
tho b st kind f Llmiorii ni.d Clears, mid
my desire s to give oiory onu ol my citHto
inert who putronlzo mc, atlnfactlon.
0 ill round 1 r'ltKi). lluriiKiNZ.
Iluy your I'leld ana Uunlon ScciN at Now
Voik Store. Tim thy and Clover .Seed, On
ion So Is Karly llnse Seed I'otatoci, 0.it,
Sweet Corn, llunsarlun Seed, llus-ott l'o.
tatota, I'cusbytho quart, Hod Top, tn
and Menl Plows, I'iow Harness &?. .lull
lilies and prices guarantee ' low.
MrlvMgt, chav, O.Patier A Co,
WEDNESDAY, ilAItUII 31, 1870.
Kditdh Si:.-: Please unnonnco JOHN II.
I'll 1 1. LIS an a cuiidilnie fur .Mayor of l airo, at
UieriKiuiiiK municipal tiecuuii.
January U, iU.tr CliietM
For City Clerk.
I'.niToii lli'Lt.ETl.' 1'le.i'ii uiitiounremeni n
ciinilliiule lr Hie oillce uf Lily Clerk, ut llic in
niiliiL' iiiuulcliul eici.tiiin,
W.M. I KKNCII AXLKY.
Local Weitttirr Itepnrl.
Canto, I Li.., March 11 173.
If I 'I In cat.
7 a in
2 p 111.
3i 21 I 31
IIIOMAS JUNKS, SerKt. S., 17. S. A.
Tho boilv of n man was llOicil out of
lin.1 river yesterday, but no papers could
be found about liN purxou by which lit;
coilltl Im) Ideiltllletl.
At the Arlliiiiton IIoiim, one dininhcr
m.'ilil uml two illiilii-rooin irlt. A No a
riiimcr. Ailwliliu. 3-21-it.
Imliialrliil i:alill)lf Inn Coiiipmiy.
'J'liN company imnouiicfi its Fourth
Series Dniwln in New York, on Mon
day. April "ilh. Tin: hniiiW uro only S'.'O,
lind Hie cnpltiil Invi-flc-il iilwnys st-curi',
;is tlii! loan is initlitirl.t il by special net nl
Hit-New York Siati- bl-lainri'.
A t't'lili iil .
Wlillt! wnltlii' for the Mound City
train Monday I'Vcninj.', Mr..lohh italcninli
sti'ppeil into thu saloon ot Henry I.atluer
to take a "farewell drink." niitl then
sti iK'd out ami iiiidcrtnok toFlep ubnartl
til'tlie Ir.iln. which was In motion, and in
iloln' so "put lii- foot in It," or on i7,
wblidi Wiijiitns bail, uml the a-nlt was
that the servim ofu surgeon Im-ciiiiu nif-
t-siry. Dr. i iinlner says lie will berc-
alk-r go on out; foot.
Norlitlile I ii'.ML'Ilt .
The Liberal Itellgiout Association will,
to-nlxht. once in on- throw open their
plt-u'iitit hall for thu reccptlnti of their
friend-, ami extern! a hearty Invitation to
all to bo there and eii'Mire in the aniii-e-
menti oirerctl by tlii'tn.EI'eiibur''- string
baud will Ik; mi band to furnish miwicfnr
dancing, and tho'u who may want to pai
the time In this p!eaant anil hariulf
way, can do o with ail the v -mlort im-
finable, as their h ill U equal to any In
the city lor that purpose.
I'len-iiirt- A li mil.
Tlielatllc of the rrcbyterlati Social
Society have perfected arriinp-uients for
an olil-lU'liionttl "spelling match." to Ik;
held iu thu L'ri-sbyterian Cliurch on
i'hurtlay evenlnj;, the 2.lli Itiit. A nuiu-
bt-rof well-known tallies mid treiitlenieti
will participate in the sK-lllti;. and the
ladies in charge hope to be able to add
largely to the iiiiiiiIkt from the audience
on the ot-ci-Ioii. In addition to thK then;
will b; some good imi-lc uml a recitation
or two. which will greatly Increase the
plea-uivof Ihealliilr. A eortllal Invita
tion U extended to tin public to attend.
The Liberal l!t-llj;lou- A'Hiclutlon wl-h
it ery illillnetly understood that no
sieaker U lo Ih held repoiilble for any
opinlon-i held by the society either Indi
vidually or collectively, ami the society
will, in no way, be held reppon-dble for
the sentlini uts of the speakers In their
hall. They cMcihI an Invitulion to any
clergyman ot standing in Cairo or to any
lady or gentleman that may desire to
speak upon any subject. Freedom" U
our motto. I.ntcit.w. Co.mmiti
let- Tliii Miiittiirr.
Cnpt. John bproat lias Just returned
from Kiinkakee.wliere he has been during
the pa-t winter. He Informs us that
Micro will be no scarcity of Ice In Cairo
this summer, a he secured about ten
1 1 ion -a in I ton-, of that tnplc, which will
eiiiuiueiict1 arriving next week by the III-iiioi-
Central railroad, and ciiutlnuu for
the season of 1S7.". Mr. I. 11. O-tr.uidcr
will be found in the olllce during the ab
sence of Mr. Sproat. Mr. D. M. Mc-
Cucheoii will bu at thu head of the de
Kllletl liy n l ull.
I.at Sunday, one ot the bands cm
ployed by Mr. Nash, a section boss on
the Cairo & Yiiiconuca railroad, while at
tempting to wheel a barrow load of stone
acro-s n deep chasm, about torty miles
nhovo this city, hecninu overbalanced and
fell from the plank, which was laid across
the cham, down a preclplco of nearly
forty feet, among a idle of Jagged rocks,
mangling and crushing his body fearfully,
lie was picked up by his companions
and carried into thu caboose of thu train,
where, hu expired in a few moments. The
remains were brought to this city on
Sunday evening, niul wero burled on
Mose Ilarrell. who is booked to lecture
before the Liberal Heligious Association
next Sunday night, bus concluded not to
talk about tho devil, and fays: Appre
hending that, in discoursing about thu
"Devil" might ofleml thosu who hato as
well as those who servo him. we hnvo
concluded to not tit a devil to Mr. Oucr
ly's 'hell," but to tell what wo know ot
"Tho I'loucers and Early Times of Cairo
and Alexander county." We profess
some familiarity with this subject. Of
tho character and attrlbtitus of any kind
of a devil except tho printer's devil "the
Imp who washes everything about a
printing olllco except his face and
hands" wo know but comparatively
ItooniK I Ft on ill a I
Four rooms for rent two furnished,
and two unfurnished over Hobbius'mii
tlo store, on Commercial avenue. En-
quire of Tabcr JJros., 123 Commercial
Tho coming city election was the topic
of conversation among thu 'boy ," yes
terday. Thu chief Interest seemed to bo
centered upon the question as to who
would probably bo tho next city clerk.
Everybody seemed to think that Haw
kins was getting "his work In," In u very
important part of tho city, viz: tho
Fourth and Filth wards, whllo French
Axley fceinedloliav(tlie"bulgo"oii hliu
in the First. Second anil Third. The gen
eral opinion M'i'iiii d o bo that tho thing
had ".'limner 1 ." to u contest be
tween these tw ciitlemen. So far, no one
has taken up tho gauntlet thrown down
by Mr. .1. Cunningham, except .Mr. lllack,
for tho Important olllco of city attorney. If
Justus was not coulliied lo his room by a
very iiggiivatlng disease ho would be out
among tho boys, and you may bet thu
"Mr would ily."
Knusnt, 4'oloruilo. Xcbrnshii, C'nliror-
Tho Sprlng-tldi! of travel Westward
lias fairly set in. Thousands aro migra
ting to Kansas Nebraska, Colorado, and
opeiull,v California. To such, as n
cheap and desirable route to destination,
wo commend the Mlourl I'acille
Through Line, by way of St. Louis and
ICana City. Call upon or addres Mr.
E. A. Fortl, (Jencral i'as-nger Agent, 2Ji
Smith Fourth street, St. Louts, who will
cheerliilly furnish you correct and com
plete Information, du.-crlptlve panipnlels.
map', time table.", Ac, for gratuitous dis
Mill Hie t ry Is,
for tin; Wll'on Shuttle Sewing Machine.
And why? Ileontiso It Is tho iiuiU er-
feet anil desirable sew ing machine for
family ueaml mauulacturing yet Invent
isl. and Is tht'chi'ape-t. The coutiitit de
mand for Mil- valuable machine has made it
almo-t liupo"lblt' lor Hie manufacturer-!
to supply the demand. Muchbies will be
delivered at any I Jail mad Station In tills
county, fret; of transportation charges, If
ordered through the Company's llraucli
Iloti-i! at CIO North Fourth street, St.
They send an elegant catalogue and
chronio circular, free on application.
This Company want a lew more good
Want an active, respon-lblo agent for
the State of Ml-sotiri. for the tpiickiM
selling article hi the market. From SIP
to$20 per day. Do not call unless you
aro re-pouslble and mean buslue-is. Call
at St. Charles hotel Irom VI to '2 o'clock
to-day, or Irom 7 to 0 o'clock this p. m.
L. J. A.vuunso.v.
Tlie -Cliurlle Hill."
While walking down tho levee yr
terday wo hapeued to notice a small
barge or boat, with the name "Charlie
Hill" painted on her cabin. As she
'eemetl to be loaded with machinery, we
were Induced by our Yankee proclivity
of lludlug things out, to step on board,
which we dlil, where we met Mr. M. Fog
gins, who rcpro'ents Captain Hiram Hid,
during his absence whllu in; is gone
uwsy," from whom wo learn that the
Charly Hill lia, for several mouths
pa-t. been engaged Iu the wrecking busi
ness on the iipH-r Teimesee Kiver.
Among the capture wo loiiud the re
mains of the sleru wheel steamer Pales
tine which struck the pier of the Dan
ville bridge and turned oyer, bottom ti-ward-.
some ten year- ago. Al-o the
machinery of the steamer Time, destroy
ed during the early part of the war by
Mie rebel-, one mile south of Florence,
Ala. She w.i owned by Col. John John
son, who was afterwards lamous as
one of General Uoddy's Colonels
at the battle of Pigeon Creek. One
ot the greatest curiosities ot the
Hill's cargo Is tho machinery ot tho old
time steamer, llaton Itouge, which was
sunk some twenty-live years ago. Her
machinery is of the old cog-wheel persua
sion, and to the boatmen of the present
day is a curiosity.
Among the other relic picked up by
the Hill arc a number of old steamboat
boilers, anchors. cbain, and machinery
of various kind, all ol which arool value,
but no one, for lack of enterprise, seemed
disposed to "gather them In" until Cas
taln Hill came along with his little boat
and yanked them out of their aforesaid
II our readers de-lreany more informa
tion on tlii-t subject they can acquire It by
stepping on board the Hill, ami we will
no doubt have the privilege of "stepping
down and out."
Go to the Spelling School to-morrow
Considerable building will be begun
Iu Cairo soon as tho weather will permit.
'i'ho last communication of "Ge
nevra" made us blush. Wo would advlsu
her to hunt llg leaves.
The Knights Temp'ar Sociablo will
not take place this week. The next so
ciable will lie Friday, April 2nd.
Col. G. M. Alden lelt last evening for
Ashley, where ho will remain for a few
dayi, on a visit to tho "old home"
We believo fifty ladies and gentle
men will take part In tho spelling exer
cises at tho Presbyterian church to-morrow
This Is the last week of tho winter
term of tho public schools, ami tho vari
ous departments aro preparing for tho
Tlio spelling match at tho Presbyte
rian church will afford more amusement
than any thing that has taken place In
Cairo for boine time.
Mr. Win. Elchoff, wo regret to loam,
h dangerously 111 with pneumonia, but
hopo that medical skill will master
the disease and that he will soon ho re
stored to health.
Yesterday afternoon wo met Mr.
Geo. T. Whltlock, who has for tho past
two weeks been routined to his room with
n severe case of billions fever. One ot his
eyes Is still severely alleeted from the fe
ver which settled In It.
Hemember tho Spelling School at tho
Presbyterian rchttreli to-morroiy night.
Mr. A. Comings will "give out" tho
words and the classe; are composed of la-
tiles and gentlemen who will give us
such u 'vpcll" as wo have not had In
Culro for many a long day.
Wo lost tho opportunity, yesterday,
to remark that "Oeuevra," who has re
tired Irom tho public prints several times,
re-appeated again on Monday evening in
tho Sun, and exhibited her agility by
standing on her head. Tho spectacle was
one lor tho Gods, but should not often
be Indulged In, oven by "Oenevm," until
the dress reform movement has become
an accomplished fact.
"Ueiievra," In her parting words ad
dressed to us through the.Vun, leaves us
hi her petticoat; In return for which pres
ent wo have sent to her our breeches,
l'rlvute advices Irom her, give us tho as
surance, that the lit Is perfect, except that
they are a little wide at tho waistband;
but Tom says that Is nothing; that he can
soon make them lit there as perfect as elsewhere.
.Special Mrcllnir'l liereol, Colled by I lie
.mi or lor pi-eiit lliisiiieiN,
Caiiio. I m... March 'ii, lf7".7::w p
Present Ills Honor, Mayor Wood
and Aldermen Hnlliilay, Mathuss, Mc
Ewen. Morrl, Saitp, ThlMluwbod n,l,l
A rncsago from thu Mayor vetoing the
ordinance entitled "An ordinance prohib
iting the doing of any work provided to
be done by special assessment until the
money has Ih-cii collected therelor, and
prohibiting the l-suaneo of warrants and
contracting of debt, unless there be
money iu the treaury to meet them,"
was presented. Whereupon Alderman
Ilallid.iy raised i.bjeclioii to action there
on, which objection was sustained by the
Action on said message was thereupon
deterred until next regular meeting.
oimivA.NX'i: coMMimx itKroiir.
The ordinance committee reported the
following ordinances, wl.l h were read by
the clerk, vi. :
AN ultlil.N AM. K mealing Section MnfOnli
iiaikc.Ni) II, anil nuking a substitute then
I.ir lie it ordained by the Illy Couiifll of tha City of
-ECHO 1. Thtt Seetlnn No. 2D orOrdlnnnce
No II I, and lliv -anie l, lirreliy reilfl,ini'l
ti e IiiIIuhIiik i' Ululltuted I lieu-fur tU: "It
ii.ll mil Im. lMtlnl I., ,iwl util lillllillnf nr
striictiue, wiililn tim File limits o? the city,
asiimv. nr lieteifier mty tie claMI-ilied, die
nulls of winch shall I f or any otlisi- material,
th in lir ik. slune or Iron, ami when cnnitmi'teii
ol brick llif walls "lull not lie ofu lets thleknr-s
than (in nine inthcsi and when wmslnictitt ol
stone not lens tliiu (10) sixteen Indies."
Alderman Tbistlewood moved to sue.
pend tho rules for the purpose ol pass
ing said ordinance to a second reading.
Said ordinance was thereupon read a
second time by tin; clerk, and on motion
of Alderman Wright adopted by tho fol
Ayes Hallltlay, Mathu?e, McEwen,
Morr!-.Saup,TIiistIewood and Wright- 7.
AN UUD1NANCU to amcud Section ii ofOrdl-
He it ord'alntnl b'y the City Council otitic City of
S-ection 1 That Section 4 J of Ordinance No.
7. lieuiiieniletl hy alrikintf out the uonl "one
hiilMlYil" unit iiiseiliut; In lien Ihrri-of llic word
'lifts in Unit purtlou orsiililunlliiMiiee inoviil
In far tlicaiiuiuiil l. Im? palil Ijy (vainb.jMt mjilI
riiiiiuaU ruiuitrr fur liwruse.
Alderman Thltlewood moved to sus
pend the rules for the purpose of passing
said ordinance to a second reading.
(A two-thirds vote of all the Aldermen
being required to suspend '.he rules.) Said
ordinance was thereupon laid over for a
AN OltUIN NtK to amend Section 13 or Onll-
name No. 7.
Be ii unlalne I by the City Council of tha City of
i-ECTiox 1. That Section 53 of Ordinance No.
7, Ih: uiniuilrit o as to read . ' License mty lie
Kninteil to ivhnrf-uo.it to trantacl thereon u
stom.-e, uarehou-e, tlilpiln( unit taru'ardlug
Luiiuess w-itlilii Hie limits til the city of iiliu,
upon I'.iyinriit hy tlie uirmti, or inoirietors
tneie into lliecitv tiv.unry, of tlio -um nf
two liuuilitsl mid lllty ilullars ier annum, fur
inch ami eu-iy wharf-boat lylnrf at tirotvuiyliif
theliniliii'; Iu tneeity, uml -n;it-U In the bUsl
imti alaresalii, so un-d by him ur them "
On motion of Alderman ThMlewood
the rules were suspended for the purpose
of palng said ordinance to second read
ing, by the following vote :
The clerk thereupon read said ordi
nance a second time, and on motion of
Alderman Satip tho same was adopted,
by the following vote:
Ayes Halllday, Mathu?, McEwen,
Morris, Satip, ThWtlowood, and Wright
Alderman Wright moved to reconsider
tho vole on tho question of suspending
the rules for tho purpose ot p issing to a
second reading tho ordinance en. toil,
"An ordinance lo amend Section -ii of
ordinance No. 7. Motion carried.
Said ordinance was thereupon read a
second time by the clerk.
Alderman Wright moved to strike out
tho word "llfty" and insert hi thereof
the words "scvcnly-llvc."
Motion lost. Ayes:). Nays I .
Alderman Mathuss, moved tho adop
tion of said ordinance as read,
Motion lost by tho following vote:
Ayes Mathuss, Morris, Saiipand Thistle
wood 1. Nays Halllday, .McEwen and
State and city liquor bonds of Hannah
F. Coyne were presented.
Alderman Saup, moved to approve.
Alderman Halllday, moved lo amend
by referring tamo to City ' Attorney,
with Instructions to examine Into tho na
ture of tho security offered, and report
the same to tho next regular meeting.
Tho council, on motions of Alderman
Wax; K. Hawkins, City Clerk.
Positive Cure Tor Itlieiinintlam
for into id tho drugstore ol M. J. llcUniilny,
between Ki hto nth und Nineteenth streets
on Commercial aienuo. 318
' Two.llorae Vnoii fur Rale.
Anew wagnn lor talo at bargain. Ap
ply at trap UUILKTIN couDtlng-room. tf.
Joo Ronekcr Is now In full control ol
the Washington bakoiy, and having learn
ed tlio wants of tho public, li prepared to
ui ply on call all demands fur French loaf,
Hoston, Urown and (Iraliam bread, and
everything tlso ordinarily lound iu & first
clacbak ry. He maintains a full stock of
confectioneries, and can, as well at any
other dealer In the city, till all orders In
that line, Cakes baked, irostcd or orna
mented on short notice. Specla laltcntlon
given to the orders of wedding or picnic
HIcnchliiK uml Trimming.
Mrs. Sunt, Williamson wl-hcstounnounce
to the ptlblhi and her old patrons that she
1 prepared to bleach, press and shape hats
In tho my latest style, at the low prlco ol
73 cents each. Her pcrjotial attention will
be .ien to trimming hats and bonnets.
PrlcoMtotiOcchti. Residence on Wash
Ingtt n avenue, between Eighth and Ninth
street". Any young lady desiring to loam
tho bitslncts may apply to mo.
C-(Hit. Mns. Sam Williamson.
fc'p'cndld line ofsjprlng l'rlnfa, now open.
Alo lull Hue i f Lidics' and Dent's shoes,
at Ca.tern pilceu, bo b at wholes and
retail at Nkw Yoiik Stoiik.
PHCENIX HAIR DRESSINfTsAIOON.
Illinois Ceiitrnl Itiillroml.
j 1S7". : coouroitTiin veau : IS7fl.
Hnllrnuil lna to t'lileiiKO nnil llcliiru.
The bolder of thl- pus is entitle I to one
fiist- lass pasage to Ui cag i and re ui u on
hor-c ack oi on foot, proWillng he .Ms his
hair cut hy K. T u obold Klgntli sir et, he.
ween Commercial . n l Wash ngton ave
nue. Ticket otlleo ut F. Iht'coold's turin r
ship, Cairo .Illinois. le-3 '2'tf.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Iluppy Heller for Vtitinif .lien Ironilliv
eflecta of Krror. unit Abuse In early life. Man
hood restored. liniK-dlmenta to .Marriage re
uiniisl. New metiol of tltntliicnt New ami
rcnurknble lenifilies. Ilooksand circulars sent
flee, In se-aleil enieloiH'S, Address, HUWAItl)
ASSOCIATION, HUN. Ninth street, I'ldlailil
phia, l'a , m Institution having u lillirciiit
tiuii fur honorable conduct and profes-donal
I'ort I. Isl.
Steamer Coal Hill and tow, Ohio.
" Pat Cleburne. Evaiisvillc.
" Chas. Brown, St. Louis.
" Atlantic and barges, N. O.
" Charles Morgan. New Orleans.
" Thompson Dean, Louisville.
" Iron Mountain and barges, St. L.
" Gen. Anderson, South.
" John II. Maud. Mound City.
" Idlewild, Evaiisvillc.
Steamer Coal Hill and tow, St. Louts.
" Pat Cleburne, Evausvlllo.
" Atlantic and barges, St. Louis.
" Clia. Morgan, Cincinnati.
" Iron Mountain and barges, Ohio
" Kanawha and barges. St. Louis
" Gen. Anderson, St. Louis.
" John Ll. .Maud. St. Louis.
" Thompson Dean, New Orleans.
" Idlowlld, Evansvllle.
mvint. nusi.Niiss and weather.
The river continues to recede at a slow
rate. The fall since last report is one
and a half Inch.
The weather N cloudy and warm,
with strong Indications of a rain storm
at Mils writing (" p. m.)
lluslness good and shipments above
We have received from Thos, Jones,
Sergeant Signal service U. S. A., a table
showing the range between high and low
marks, and the rises considered danger
ous to commercial interests on the princi
pal Western rivers. When there Is forty
feet of water on the gauge at this point,
It overflows the country back ol Cairo.
Forty-one feet overilows country iu Ken
tucky opposite. Forty-live feet overilows
country from twenty miles up the Ohio
to Columbus, Kentucky, ami extending
three tulles hack from the river. At forty-seven
feet It commences overflowing
tho Missouri banks and at that stage is
dangerous to levees around Calm.
The Colorado for Yleksbttrg, John
Kyle ami Su!c Silver for New Orleans,
aro due this evening.
The Arkanas Belle, on her lat up
trip, broke tho walking beam of her doe
tor, and consequently loses a trip.
The splendid side-wheel passenger
steamer Arkansas Hollo, dipt Hen How
ard master, and Walter II. Pennington,
clerk, is the regular Evansvllle packet
The City ofQnlncy broko a pitman
at Halo's Point. She will go to Memphis
on ono wheel, and will repair there, and
bo on her way to New Orleans In a very
The Thompson Dean arrived Mon
day night with tweiity-llvo passengers
and llttlo freight. She was taking on
freight all day yesterday at tho stone de
pot, and left last night witli a fair list.
Tho Charles Morgan passed up last
night, live days out from Now Orleans,
and has 400 tons and Is full of people
125 hi the cabin and ICO on deck. She
will have Jones' patent condensers
attached on her arrival at Cincinnati
WAR lltl'AHTHUENT, KlVEK lUt-OHT, j
.Marc.lr.il, '.tS. (
TT IX. n IN.
a ZTj 7"
S3 4 -l 10
u 4 -a o
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
To tell Hit. CHASKW iu:ciii:si Or, IN
FORMATION FOIt KVKltVllODY, In every
county In the United states inn". Cauailu, Kn
largctl by the I'ubllsher to OtS Wgt It con
tains orer'AOOO household rrcli'Mi und U suited
lo nil rla-itca and csirtdmnnl of tocicty, A
wonderful hook iml household nrceaslly. It
aelU at .,nllit. Uretttrst ImlucemrntJ ever of.
(Viol to uuqk agenta, Samiilo coiiiiM sent by
mall, wit paid, for HI. hiclusire territory
given. Agents nmre than tlnuhla their money.
Aiitlrwa, fill. CIIAHK'8 8TKAM VKUiTlKO
UOUtjB, ANN AilBOIt iUCil. 7t-It-?9-WJnt
Corrected Dally by K. M Steamt, eommluloD
merchant, itcrsUry ef lh Cairo lioanl el
Flour, accortllng to Krada-. t( mid K
Corn, mix til, sarked Wtlte
Corn, while, aacketl W!c
Oats, mixed (aMc
limn, tier ton CMIiui
.Muil, sltum dried - ti
flutter, choice .Northern roll ttie
llutter. choice Mjulhern Illinois ....... (
Kkks, iicrd'iten ral'e
tlilikein, t-ertlozen 3 Sens 71
'lurkera. iht dozen M ti.U M
Aiils, choke, ier barrel ... $1 CO'aa M
Aiples, common, -cr barrel ftit on
I'oUtnes, rr barrel (iltf,
Onions, jier barrel Mil
Don't ilslartobuy nbond of tha INDUS
Till At. KMII11ITI . N COMPANY.
Don't compare Itwlthafittfryi benrlnmind
that the Capitd Invr.tttil is always tecured.
livery Ilond nuroh.ved before April Sth will
pnrtlclpile In the Fourth Series DrawInK, In be
held pulilk'ly, In thellty of New York,onMun
day, April Sth,
Bonds are $20 each.
ThU T0:in U Ufiii-ril on a nnrrl tAat. unit (
fcUlhotUwlljy ! in I Act of the LrUlatuir of
CAPITAL PI.IZE, $100,000.
Circulars Riving full explanation, will be tent
free ofclmrKf , on uiiicatinii
For Honda and full Information , aMre.-s with
MORGENTHAU, BRUNO SCO,,
22 Park Row, Now York.
Or to O. N. HUGHES,
CI Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
fit mil by draft on New York CltV Haukl, He
Klleiis letter or 1' O. Moiie Onler
Bet. Second and Fourth Streets,
Wholesale and lletall Dealer In
Berliner Weiss Beer,
Soltzcr and Soda Water, Etc.
ITJ-Alivavs keens a lieaw ilnek on hand, and
It iireiured to furnish mil Mipptlta on very short
notice, at the Ion rut rnlt-n.
senu in your omen. i-im
City Cleiik's Ofrin,
Cairo, Ills , March lstri, a',i f
"VTOTICI. Is hereby Riven, that on I uesday the
i -J 'Hi ilny of April, A.I)..V"7-,ui;eiieriil elec
I lu n will I lii-lil In tliL'Cltvof L'ulro. Alexuniler
County, slate of litlnuU, for the election of the
loiiowuiR nannii city omen, lo-wu; a mayor,
a city clerk uclty iretsurer, n city attorney, a
cut aM-asir. ami oueniiieniiiii iriiiniuciiriirti.
lorineiermnr two e.irs. rorine purposes oi
H.ilil eleiitlon. 11.1IU will be oliennl ut the follow-
I11K utimeil places, to-wit In the First NS unl at
the brick builness house lately occupied by I;.
V. D.ivis. 1111 the sjoutherlv Ue or siiin sltet.
b-.'tween Commercial und Wushincton nienues:
in the .second Ward nt the engine house of the
noiu'ti ami lieauy fire company) 111 me mini
Wunl at the eiiRlne house ofllie lllbeiuiali Kile
conii;niyi in the l-oiirtn anl 111 Hie Court
lloue! and In the Kiflh Want at the house of
.M.s. ,-ulllvan, on the North-west corner of
iweniy-limi street ami commercial in nine,
said election will be 0ientd at eiRtlt o'clock til
the murulnR,aud continue ou until seien
o'clock In the uflr rnoon nt that ilay.
Ily onlerof the City Council.
WILL) K. HAWKINS, City Clerk.
ICE! ICE! ! ICE!!1
Wholwali and Retail Dealer In
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakeo, 111.
CAIRO OFFICE t
At Hulen & Wilson's, Corner Twelfth St.
and Onlo Lovoe.
I will run nn Ice waRon throughout the
Semnn, tleliverliiR pure lake 1 111 in any
lart of theclly ut the lowest m.tiket price, nntl
will alsiituriiisli my frieiols outside the city with
cc by the cuke or car load, packed in n.iwilllsl
or slilpmeut to unr distance.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Corner XUslatla Otroot,
Wil, WETZEL, FroprUtor.
TltDSTT watch kept nldht and day tor
, trains and iteamboata,
Tlie bent of arcommoilatloiu for transient
Rtiesta at Two Dollars per dar. 3-IMf
Hssnpls r. Im, wllk frlca Ll.l, malM ' nil. M.U.R1
tlul fsUssls wtlisolst. t.l IU-IJ1
Leading Journal of Southern
Wllistcadfafltly oppose the policies of ti
ltcpubllcan party, and rcfuii to be tram
melled tho dictation ol any clique In the
It believes that the Republican party has
fulfilled lis niltslon, and that tho Demo
cratic party as now organized should bere
stored to power.
It believes the Itadlcal tyranny that has
for aeveral years oppressed the South
should be overthrown and the people f.t m
Southern States permitted to control their
It believes that railroad corporations
ahould be prohibited by legislative prart
mi nta from extortlnr and unjustly discrim
inating in their business transactions with
It recognlres the equality of all men be
fore the lair.
It advocates free commerce tariff for
It advocates resumption of specie pay
ment, and honest payment of tho public
It advocates economy 10 the administra
tion of publio affairs.
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