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AHOAf.ON I.Ol.lll', SO. 81,
Knight ril l'llilni, irnst eury t'rl
ilny nl!lit nt hall-linst fcvcn, III Oit'l
Ir'illuvr' 0 K slack,
(.oii'.ii,.icl.il hi .'m-, lilw'V' '"i'1
Ciwtto i:n' .MrMi:xT, I o, o, i',.inn
in O.I.I r illow'' If nil mi Hi"' llmtiiwl llilnl
Im-.Iiij In ry tit'iitlllt ut li.tir-m-t n-t ii
i tiU.St K t l
A Allt'll.OIH'l;. NO.'.MT.A.I'. A A. M.
Ilulilierfiiliir ciitiiiiiuiiliMI'.iH In !
X5oiili! If Jill, cormr (.niiimirl.il iiviiiiii
VM, hltflitli -tint, I'M Hie mciilul uno
"ninth Mon l.it i.i'inrli lu. mill.
.Mr. 1. liUKcriitd haJut received and
has mi ale at lils "ale room a l.irj?c stock
.if CnglMi atr, iinilrr, Hemic--)" brandy
ami lni, ami li'iuor ol nil kind", which
hp will iliMiO'i: or at reasonable 'rlce.'
.Vlllll'l- l lll'llllltlll.
'Mm vvell-Uoun barbi r shop, (oilier
CiKlith mill ruiinticicial. ii--llfl ov.t hy
the ii.ipiil.ir iirll-t, tlcurge St'-lnliouie, lia
removed one door noilh mi I nititucrc'al, In
,lii I. rami Central Hotnl. 'Mm new 1'J- N
nr;! ami coiniiioilinu, ami thce wishing
for anything nitl-tle in Ihc nay of fahlon
1M0 lialr tinting, xmo'itli li.ivc. ct.. will
Id will to call at the (iiand Central llarbcr
Jo niiitKrr Iter.
Landlords ol hotcli and boardlm home
rt III lind It to their silvaUa),'' to call upon
.Mrs. Coleman, Laundrc-, No 1'J Potirth
Jtrert, betwciin Wn.'hlnxton and Commer
cial nv emits. Hotel and lin:irliiit-liotie
vafliIiij.',T."centperdocn. I" jr piece work
prltcsarcastollow.: ,ilii;;!e ihlit and col
lar, 10c; per doi n .iCc; socks ftc; two col
lars, fie; two hanilkcrchlcls, .V; vcti" W",
and all gentlemen's wear. Jie. per
doiicn. Ladles' ' tlrcs-cc, 2"i to ."Oc;
t-klrtsl') to tiOc; drawer 10 to lee; two
I air ho-c Tic; two collar'. 'i to 1' c. r'or U
illiV plain clothes il on per locn; lor la
lies line, tiotln, 1 'i'i per do.eii; done
drotuptly, ami promptly ilcllvcrcl. Pa
.11 miner,) imil.
Mr. Unit hi th-i lr;est Millinery -More
In the city ol Cairo with a l.irjc Mock of
Millinery (ioodsol all the lateM fa-hlolt,
and style of Lullc', MUscs' and Children's
ha'-, and Iidic' bonnets, trlinnicd or tin
trinimcd, all of which have bjen carefully
selected, an I bought at the vcty lowct
Ca'h l'ricc at tlc four ililTcrriii nmkcH
ht. I sm', Chic ibo, Clr.i'lncnti an l New
Vork, and which i!ie w 11 nlTer for lc at
co , Now I j your chaircc to set your
Hit'. Call ai.d roa her holorr ;ou pur
ih' at oilier pHce. i-ho.hat a Hue n
rortmrutol i.idicx,' Ml-Bf' and Chlfilrci.'n
Klioc, all til Ic to order, tli.it lio wl'l ollrr
for alo llf y per icnt chcap-r than c.-in he
bought at any olhc- p'neo In tho city of
Cairo i al.'o, a variety of other nolloi .
Mil. M. C. Iluuz,
Wa-liiiiKton :ieiiuc, hetwoen Tenth iml
Klevcp h trcct". l-.'-:!-l;:-lin.
I'llli .Vailh'f lit 'I III'..
1 am pre; arcd to liirnl'h to ciirloincr
ll.x.t' and Slioo', of ai line m itcria', a neat
In lit aiid ihcnp in piico a cm he procured
hy pi r.Hltllr' cruUlUn pernor.?, or men
not rlio' maki r ha iti frlcnd -ho. maUcra
liMt- in the Ka-I, to mud '.or them. 1 ak
hmker , pu'ihc olllci'r-, and otli-r per. or
It t ike notice ul thi.o mi ounccuuiit. I
make ItootH and Sh iCMU any Mjle and rf
ccry ipialily. (iivc me a trial.
Uememlicr the locitlon of my hnp
Twentieth 'troct between 1'opljrstrtet and
Wadilns'on ivcnilc, ner the Ci ll t llotifC.
0 l-i:i-t'. Wm Kiii.mtg.
Tli llciu l Is Wouili'rrul I'iiiiiii,
thn valvec ol which open and 'hut M-tcnty
or c Khty time per minute. If mi alcohol c
tllmulant be taken Into the blood tho pump
W0ik"much f i"ter,and thiunintliralpecd
wear out tho Ital m luhlucry. All the In
toxicating liO'truiii" advertl-o I a "tulc,"
"renovator!," "corrective-," .Vo , produce
thii dlatrous rllcct, and h mo all I ti t 1 1 1 -t'cnt
Cliii'tian aro thankrul that Dlt
WAI.KKIt'.l VKdKT.UII.K VlNKOAU limKI!
an lulorant and Altcrativo without a
ktuiK U everywhere nippljiitln thcj
proprietary pol-on. 1-13 Iw.
T ii-lliimr Whboii I'm' Salt'.
A nc.v waxou for ale at a bargain. A p.
ply at tho Hl'M.KTlN couiillnroom. tf.
4icl I lie llcsl.
Dr. f'h Arnold Couh Klllcr-lhe
treat ejadlcitor lor a 1 Imtj dl?.u.e'-:i su-
jicrior remedy to all other medicines yet
dlxcovcred, In oero csc". It I n sure
iiuk'k, and perfectly tarn icmcdv lor
cou'(Iij, cold i, foro thro it, whopping eolith
:nitip,aud all dlcae of the throit nirl
luii',". lloiall prlco, 2." and .V) rent and
Any bottle that dooi not give relief iiiuv bu
returned, and tho money will be refunded
Dr. Scth Arnold's Dlarrlm a llalsam, a.'ianil
riOc-nH. Itcinemher It li w.uranluil. Ar
noldMtll lotu . Mandrake l'ill, operating
without ulekneis and piln. Compounded
by Dr. Seth Arnold's Medical C'orporatl n,
Woon'Ockct, I!. I. Boliihyraiil (i.Sehuh,
1 rtifrgl m , Cairo. III. 1 -t!."i-:i n
Two good resilience on Twentieth trcet
near tho Couit iloii-n. Al-o tho Court
llousu Hotel, at low rent. lniulro at II
Moyer's Cigar .Sloro. .Iacdii ICi.kix.
, .cv SI.Vlc.
II. Illock, boot and ihocinaki r, on Kihlh
ctvect, between aihlngron md Commcr
clal avenue, h.'Ujiistrccolu'd a new iitylo
ol last, and uuow prejiared to tutKo a boot
tnat, for nuatne and comfort, cannot bu
excelled, (ilvo him a caM and c.amlne
thU now stylo i( last. iii-1-l.Vlm,
'itli' aiiilNI. I.ouls Kiilli'oinl.
On and alur Monday. Anrll '.'(I. IbT.'i.
freights will Wo received iind also dclhcred
to I'Oitilgneea at tho Freight House, lint
ol Fourth street, near tho .MUslHdppi lovec,
IromS to 12 a. in., and from t to (I p. m.
Tiokotofllcc, corner or Vinnmorclal nvc
mi) nn.l Second street. .Ioii.n Faiioi i r,
I.nillct' I'll ill Nil I n It Moce.
A ladles' furnishing toi ohi-;heeu opened
In llio Thcalro building, and slocked with
a lull lien of everything ptTtuinln'g to ladle'
wtar roady.mad'i drosses underwear,
etc.- till of tijo latett atyles ud wlllhnold
ut lower llgures than over heforo ollurod In
Calm, These (yioih were purchaicd In
Now Yoik, aro of tho hot material, an I
will bu sold very reasonable. AIo Mll.l
nery ynods ol all kinds ulM-'JO-lin,
'JIIL'It.SDAY, MAY '., 1875.
I.oeiil Wciillicr ltciorl.
C.Mi:o, If.!.., .M.iJ ." liT.1.
Tusk. IMli. ITiik. VV'mi. Vil,
Til hi '."i IK! I l i I-'
II " .-.i.f.i', I . f. I
I 111. .-I.' Ill 'lit S. VV. IU
'I MOM AH .Ut.NKsi, -ill. I' S. A.
Mutiny IIU lloimc.
.Mr. .lolin Klii" lia a yaiiy of uii'ii now
nt work iikivIii it liuii-i' owiifil by liliu,
lioin tin- coriHT ol M.Mli .lncl mill Wa Il
lusion nM'iuii- In :i po'ttlou -iinu'Wlion1
nenr llio ('mill lunt'i'.
AociimIIii' In llic'imiiii'iiiciil Hindi' by
;iiion' nttoriii'V', In- will In.- tiiki'ii
I'roin llio AlcNiiiiilcr county Jail lliU
iiiririiiiii; In 'ii'iin.i, .lnhli-im ciiiitity.
wlicic In- will be Ivi'ti ii I rial Ik-I'iiic Hie
liiliu-oii I'ontily flfi'iill court, wlildi .
MOW III 'l-'sinil.
'I'lii1 new iiiciulicr (il'llio police force of
tlil'illy, with clilcf WilliaiiKi ami Mayor
Winter, mi l ut I lie mayor' olllcc ye-lir-
lay sitliTiiuon at I wo o'docl,, ami (iraii
.cil tliu Itiice, which wllleiiti.r upon duly,
It ! suiil, lotl.ty.
Tin; laillc of tin; I'ri-liytcriau Sci-iy
will jflvea parlor concert nttlie rciiluiice
of Mr. s. I. Wlici kr. on Friday iil'-lit,
Hie "Hi iii-l. A cordial invitation i v.
tciuli'il to all to attend. .V."i-;it.
'I Ik- I'liliili'i- lloiloc. Illciiu'i).
We nil! atti'iitioil to ih'i rediliilliili of
prh "' iriuii'l In aiiotlier part of our
paper by llii Kilmer lloiiw, C'lilcao
wliicli i ai'kuowleili' I to lie the llue-l
a'ld lii-t lloiHi; in Hie woilil.
The city council at their meeting Tiie-
day ni'lit. granted 'I'lea-urer Illakit and
i 'oinptrollcrCox one week' iiioreliim; in
which to uial.p their teport-, wliieli wen;
not ready. owln;r to the ab-eiice iflienir
criiinii I'.illnillc Si'lioiil It.iiii'i.
The picnli; ol tin; Herman ('at)iolie
eliool children atSchei'l' ball on 'J'ue-
d.iy, wa followed in the evening by a
dance, which jiroved a source of iniicli
aiiiii'cnicut and plea-ure to all wlio pnr
tlcipaleil in it.
'In lie Krniiiveil.
It is slid that the inclliit' plane of tho
Mi'"lippi I'enlral ntjlroad eoinpniiy
will be removed from Its prei;nce pn-i-tiou
oppo-ite llird'n point, on the Ken
tucky liore, to a place near I low's larm,
oppo-ite Klglith trect, witliin a -hoit
There vu a 'ood crowd at the I.lU-ral
Ki liloii hall bi't evening, the oeea'lim
beln a sociable :lcii by that body. An
e.xctllcnt trln band wa In atteudauce,
and fiirul'ihe.l iuii-lc fur the dnneei',
who enjoyed the evening's aniu-cmi ut
b nci: or Cii:n X -Sr. I.nri- U wi.umn,
Cii:n. Illinois, May l, lu.
A iunllii, of the Mir-ctor? of tills
eninjmny will bo lield on Tuc-ilay net.
Hie Mill iu-t., at I') o'clock, a. in., at the
tatiiin-liou-e on the depot ''round- of
lite company, in Kin St. Louis, MinoK
.Hl-til . Sr. u r.vvi.iii!, rreit.
.Veil 'l ime t'aril.
Hen. U.S. McCiitnb and .1. II. Kdirar,
nf the Ml"iippl Centnil Kallro.nl Com
pany, ami Wm. 1. .lohuson, .1. F. Tuck
er am! C A. I'.cck, ol Hie Illinois Central
Kallroad Company, held a eauriii at the
St. Charles hotel on Tuc-ilay evening,
for the iiiirpo-o of arrtin'injr a new time
card for the two roads which will jro into
ell'ect within rt few day.
t:iiic iiiii Siiciniiic.
Tlie Kpi-coiial Soci hie take place thl
(Tliiir-day) evening at the residence of
Itev. Charle A. (iilbert, on Seventh
tm't,aud a -pedal invitation is extended
to every one. We ur'o upon all who wMi
to ,'pciiil a pleaant evening, to remem
ber the time and place, and not to fall to
attend. We all know the enjoyable char
acler of lheo entertainment", and a word
to the wl-o i" siiulcicnt.
I'll- I ol (lie cailll.
We uiidcr-tiind that the ladic ol the
Kpl-enpal church will on Tue-day even
ing iieM, give a Strawberry Fe-lival lor
the beucllt ol the eliurch. We are no
yet informed a to the place, but due no.
I lee thereof will be given In our column-.
I lie Mrawijcrrici nave aireaiiy been or
dered I'or the ocea-loii, as aNo Ice cream,
etc., etc., and we know whereof we
OlllicrShcelnin, who ha a sort of unci;
for grabbing up thieve- and culprit in
general, succeeded on Tiieilay evening,
titter a good deal of labor, In aiTc-tlng a
negro known hy Hie name of lllack
Crook, wlio he ha good reaou for be
lieving I the parly w ho so clenlllically
walked away with Alderman Lancaster's
overcoat, Tuesday morning, lllack
Crook wai very mum, declining Unit he
knew nothing about the nll'air. but Olllcer
Sheehaii received Information that the
pii-oiier liad tried lo M'll his swag to a
ecouil band elolhlcron the levee, named
I'M. M'll'ii'.'i. mid mi Ibis L'l'otuid lodircd
him III Jail to await the action of tlie
C.ilro anil SI. Limit Itnllroail.
On and after May Mb. the Kt-scngcr
Train nu this rotd will leave from llio cor
ner ol Commercial avotiue and Second
street a', Til.'i a in 'I'he train will always
stop at tho platform ol the Frtlght House,
foot of Fourth street near llio MUs!slppl
levee, where, passengers can oblaln tickets
to St. I nuts ami all lutcimatllftto points,
Cairo, May I, loT.'i.
.Vfi'Jw. .Ioiin Fori i in' r, Ageut.
l or Male.
Kughioimd lloilei ; also Saw Mill ll
lures', if wanted. ForpniHeularseuquiro
of C. It. Woodward. o-l-lm
Cienllo Oeroiild, .Miieiintcndeiit of
the Ctiiro City (Jn Work", retiiriied from
a trip to Mlnue.otn, Tucday nielli.
Hhcrlll Irvln. who for Hie pat Ilirce
weeks lias been ab-cnt from Hie city on
Itit'hic", returned on Tuesday evennif,'.
I.ouis Meyer, local editor of the
H'ctttni Ven, a dally new -paper pub
ll'hed at I'ape (ilranleaii, wn.'lu llio i lly,
-Mr. .lolin I'. I'ogitl, yeiieral njjriil
oi;the Cairo ,V St. l,oul Narrow liaue
railroad couipauy. cxpeelr.l bis family in
till eiiy l:i't eenlli. They will mak"
( 'alio their home heroallcr.
.cm Viirli SIiiIp,
.lift In, ard lor 'ale by the Now York
.Store .VX) hii-heli o! choice N. w Yotl. Stito
I'iiich llhw I'otatot, lor iced and tabic
ll c. f ii-"i'..
'I'he name oflhe Utile nero jjltl. who
va taken out ol Hie Ohio iher near Ilal
llday Itrotlicr.s' warelioiwe, on Tne'd.iy
evening, wa s.uldler. It "cenn that tlie
little unfortunate. In company with an
olilei'-i-terand brother, went to the river
about II o'clock on Teii'ilay evening for
the pllpo-e of yettlllir a liilcket of water,
when the larger of Ihr three ehildren, In
her attempt to dip the bucket In the
river, became overbalanced and fell into
Hie water. The girl's brother, who I
a lad of about ten year- ol ae, imn;
into the Mrc-nii and liad 'itceeede.l in
biinin Ids sister wllhlu a few feet of
the 'hore, when the little 1, who was
much yotmerthan the boy.aud who up to
thli lime had remained on Hie shore, at
tempted toa--It her brother in le-eiiln
her .Iter, by rnniiln to them, and fell
Inlo tlie stream, and wa carried away by
Hie tron current beloie help could
A I'ool Xeuro.
We are hifonned by S.irseant I.allue,
that on Tile-day Mleruoou a ne'io made
Ids appearance in Hi! city, eoniln
from no one knew where, and
walked into John llcdford's -aloou, on
'oiniuereial avenue, went iii loa negro
who wa. 'ittin at a table playing eanU,
and drawing a ivvoer from hi pocket,
told lilm to throw up hi hand-, which
Ihe said parly did without further cere
mony, when tlie ne;ro with tlie reoler
look from hi- coat pocket a pair of hand
culls, placed them on hi pri-oner, ami
marched him aboard the steamer .11111
I'i-k, put bin) in a tatc room and locked
him up. Sa recant l.allitewa Informed
of the trau-ai'tlon by n negro who had
been a witne- to the whole aH'.iir. and ill
company with Ulllecr .h'cliau went on
board the lio.il, wheic llu-y found the
uegio with hi irioncr, who told them
that he wa an Kvaiisvllle, Indiaua. po
licciuau, ami bad arrested the negro for
having lx;en implicated in a recent role
bery in that plait. Ilo alo -tateil (hat
It' bad in 111 pO"c--lon a letter to Sherill'
Irvln, which he wa to have preciitcd
had be needed any a-sistancein enghig
hi man. Tin; olllcei were siimuwli.it
Mirpri-cil nt the eooliie with which the
negro policemen executed hi tak.
I'.i I lee Miiifllr.llc lte.i,rl.
The following report how the bu-l-
ncs tran-aeieii liy ruiiee .viagi-trates
Itro- and Itird, for the mouths ol March
ami April :
Amount of line a-e--il during the
mouth o March bv his Honor, $1.1,01;
ntunuilt of lines collected, $." 0). which Is
the lc.'i't "inn of money eoll-cted by him
lor line during hi reign as judge;
amount of lines unpaid, j'J-.T Ot); prison
ers were committed for S! days; exeou
thins were not returned In -ix cues ; six
prisoners were discharged; one c:-e was
npiHKiled, change ot venue granted in one
ease, anil in tnreu cases a -.lay ol execu
tion wa allowed.
The following Is a statement of tho
busines." trail-acted by Juilge Ulrd during
the months of March and April :
The total amount of ll;e ase-ed wa
$l(i!l 00; iunotuit ot lines collected,
$110 00; old lines collected to the amount
of (X); amount of lines unpaid,
00; prisoners were committed for
121 days; execution were not returned
in three ca-es ; thirteen prisoners were
discharged ; a -t.iy of execution wa
granted in eight case, anil one pri-oner
was rcleaed by order ol Mayor Woj.I.
The above reports show a decided de-
crca-oiii the police, business of the city.
Sill ill I l'o .
Till-loathsome di-eae, wliieli for the
pat tew innnth has to it ni.dl CNtetit
prevailed in our city, lias within Hie lasi
week grown nmv alarming, smd unless
warm weather soon ets in, it Is feared
will become it source of serious trouble
to our people. There Is now In Cairo
about eight e.ies three In the uelglib r
hood ol the convent, two on Walnut
street, near Twelfth, one on Twciity
Sov'Hith -trcet, and one In it house mi
Washington avenue, known as
the old Flint llotie, between Tenth and
Kleveuth streets, which wits drought to
light ye-tenlay morning, There are now
living in the I'ilot llouc, which 1- rented
by Its owner to various parties eighteen
families, tuid there is no telling, now
that tlie scourge has got a Mart within
it wall-, where it will end, unless some
action is al once taken to put a Mop lo
it spreading. The mayor and board of
health held a meeting at threes o'clock
yesterday alleruonu at the uiayorV oHlce,
mo purpose in which, wo are tout, wa?
to arrive at some eotir-e to lie pursued in
regiiru to eiieciiiug ine in-ea-o in our
midst. It would bo well, however, for
the. people of tho city to use extivmo care
and decrction in regard to how Ihey ex
pose themselves to tho tlleae, until
comclhtng lias been done, in regard to 11
I', S. riiueo writing the above, we
learn that the hoard of health, afier con
situation, Issued orders lo have every
house where small pox exist, put
dpeu every day oftliu week.
a ritoit .vnrii"'ji?iTi:ifiF at
Tlie KnlttliU lciiilnr Will Olelirnle
at .... . . . . . . . . . . . ft. a ...fila.na. . . .... I
ii iriiinl Hlrorl I'nrnde.
Cairo Coimimndery. Knights Templar,
will celebrate this dav. (Asecnlou Day.)
by n Kpcclal service In the Church ot Hie
lieileemer. Tlie ervlcc.s Will be cnmllio
led by IMLI. Sir. Knlgdit diaries A.
liilbeil, and Hip address dellvcied by Ihe
l!ev. ,-ir Knight Fonte. ,ni year,
tickets ofailmMon wcie nrpilied; but
IimIiiv, iio lick-Is will lie required. The
ervlee-at the chinch will commence at
eleven o'clock, a. tu.
The inii'leiil n.iil oflln' eervleevill be
iiiui'iially good. It will he rendered by
the choir of the church. Mrs Monl pre-
lingat Hie organ.
Alter i lii! devotional services tit the
church have been concluded, the Knights
in lull regalia will lorni Inllneaud parade
the nilueinal treet' of the illy, provided
the weather will permit.
Tin f.irly Tooilltlil.
To-night the Delta City Cornet Hand
will give tlie lat part oflhe "eric, and
all who received Invitations should not
till lo honor them. Tlie 1 Vita city Cor
net Hand made many a ImmiI glad by
their excellent inule during the summer
evening gone by, and are ready
and willing to again enter the
lleld for the amusement iind
ileauriMil the people of this eily. The
boy' are in debt, and de-ire to raise tho,
neec-sary vvliirewlth to square up;lience
tln-e panic. The citizens should liber
ally p.itroni.e thum.
I lavln.',' bought out the store of Isldoic
I.'dmiti, on Wailngton avenue, bitwecn
Ninth and Tenth -trects I take thl-
m tlhod of Inr.irmlng the ptiblli: nf tiic (act .
al'Otoas .lethciathat 1 shall endeavor atoll
tltir." to Dicrltlliflrconildeiicc and to make
it to'thelr Interest to give to me the patron-X-!C
I lnvcjntro timed frjmst. l.oti', where
I purchased a full and complete tock of
Dry; Goods Itoot?, Shoes Kcady Made
Clofilng, Notion, etc., which Is now open
md I'c r mle at my store. All I aik Is that
yotlctllam! examine goods and prices.
Mi ,f. S.VMl'KI. I L'M.VN.
'I'he family rcsidenco ol Mr. Aubrey, on
Holhrook avenue tnd Twenty-third Jtrcc',
is elbircil lor s.-itc. Tho grounds con-Ut of
four lots with line liult tree and a variety
of siiu'l fruits sud shrubbery. The hou.-c
onlalu nine room-, atlte and ccllir, all In
good order. '1 he location and sl.i of tlie
giounds make tlieui very deslrililo lor the
cirry Ing on of a llo A-er garden, for w hlch
purpo-c they are admirably arranged. The
place will bo sold on le.-i-on iblo terms
which will he mule known on application
t Mr-. Auhrcv :it the residence. .Vj-lw.
ill M IL ( 'll Willi. 11, I
('.vino. III., May I, ", TiIMlp. m. )'
l'rc,'iit Ills Honor, Mayor Winter,
anil Aldermen llalliday, NcllW, Lancas
ter. Parker. Paller, Ullteiihou-e, Saup,
Tbistlewooil, Wright and Ynoiiin 10.
On motion of Alderman llalliday the
reading of the minutes' of the previous
meeting were dispensed with.
itKi'Oitit or mi ici.it.
The following report ol olllivrs vvcte
inc'cnlcd and read, and on motion of
Mdcrmati Iliillid.iy, approved and or
lereil Hied :
Keportsoi F. F.ross and .lolin. .1. Itinl.
Police Magistrates, for the month of
M'Jivh. Heport ol .lohn .1. Illinl. Foliec
Mtigl-ti-ate, for the mouth of April.
Heport of 1). McCarthy, City .Jailer,
for the month of April.
Heport of Joseph llross, Weigh Mas
ter, from Nov. (i, lt372 to April 20. 1S7."',
rite ordiuanw committee reported tlie
AN UIIDIN'ANCK to iitncinl Mvtlmi liumUrisl
SO ofOnllimuce nutubrn.il
lie it onl.ihiiil by the city councilor the city of
hi.i rifis 1. 'Iliat'i'cllini numUiiil ft, of Or
dinance liHinlx ittl -' !. itnii'iuUil mi in to rcul
folloVTi, vl Tliu pollic roice ul' tin' chv iliall
consist of tlie city marshal ami live mjIIci con
st.iliUs, wliieli ntinilier ol' inlne cuiistulilcs
way I.' Iiu'Iim-hI to si'icn liy rrwihl'loii
of tin city council, wloptiil by a mijoiily of till
tlic im'niWsclivtcil. '1 lie city in.il thai shall lie
clili'l'(it'p"llcc, ami Icivu Kiiural ihaife ut tnc
police force of the city and iinilrr Hie setJiT.il ill
ni'tion iil'thc mayoi' shall nti. i niteiKi . control,
iiinl lcimUti' Ihu oNi-tiniii of l lie several illi'c
cinstulili'S vi hilc on ilnty; he shall carefully oli
tcrie in far a Is In ld pnwer Ilif ri.iiiluct of the
jhiIIcc ciinstiililcs ilnrlni; their hmtrs f duty.iiinl
iiioiiiitly rupoit nny oiiiislnii. ilrfaiilt. or dire
iei'lluii ofilntv on tin; i.irt u;iiiy nl'tlii'lll, to the
niavor, priividnl, the city council in it at any
llmo, autliiiile the npHiiiiiiivnl of Midi ini'in.
lTol'silli'eeiiiil ilili-, tor siic'Ul piii'i-e-, as
Ihey m ly ihi'iu eii'ilii'iil,!iii'l IH Ihelr cuinpi'ii
On motion of Alderniin NdlN the
u-ual rule wa dl-pen-ed with and the or
dinance ordered to a -ecuiid reading.
The ordinance wa then read again and
adopted by the following vote:
Ayes llalliday, Lanea-ter, Xellls,
Parker, Patler,Uit'tcuhou-e, Thlstlewood.
Wright and Yocitni !
Nays Sjitp i.
The following pelittuiis were pre-cnted
and read :
Petition of.Siuiiicl (ies-ley, asking that
the council grant Idui IK'eu-e tree, for lite
period of 10 day, for the purpose ot glv
On motion of Alderman Wright said
petition wa not gran led.
Petition ol lllbeinl.tii Fire company
No. I, asking tli.it they be roliiudcd Ihu
-urn of ?10 SO paid by them for gas,
w hereas, at a Into meeting ol tin; city
council a resolution was adopted instruct
ing the appropriate committee, to con
tract witli the Cairo City (ias company,
for furnishing tlie evei-.d lire companies
wllh g.ts at the expense of thu eily. On
motion of Alderman llalliday said pell
Hon was rclci'iYil to the commltto on
Petition "I tin Judges of thu Fourlh
Ward a-klug' 'hat ihey h.j allowed two
days' timo lor services at election.- H i
ferred to committee on claim.
Pctlllllon of It. F. Illake, City Treasu
rer, ami M. S. fox-, City Comptroller,
asking ibat they Iij granted fuilher time
to make their report. (liMiiled.
On mollon of Alderman llalliday, the
following sakiilc were allowed, and the
clerk niithorlrd to draw on the C'liy
Tix'aiircr for the cvcnit amount :
John Wood, Mayor, ,alary for
April $100 00
W.K. I law kln, City Clerk, alarv
Win. Mcllalc, M.arslial, falary for
I. J. Oalligaii, Superintendent of
Street, salary for April
II, l Illake, Trwi-nrcr, salary lot
April M, S. Crtv, Cltv Comptroller, .d
nrv for A pill
A. Cain, Win. Ilrown. W. .
Woolen, C. Meliner, mid J. C.
I .a Hue, police constable, "ill
nry for April, each...
F. Ifross, Police Magistrate, alury
J.J. Itird. Police .Magistrate, sal
ary for March
J. J. Ulrd, iiolhsj magistrate, "al
ary for Atiill
Win. Mcllalc, inar-hal, I days In
A. Cain, William Itrowu, and C.
Mehiter, police conMnblc, er
vice, d:iyt In May. each
The following bills were iirc.scnteil and
read and on motion of Alderman Wright,
referred to committee on claims;
Itarclav llros, analysis of walrr
from public Well.' i 2 .VI
1. McCarthy, hoarding prUoner
In City jail In April. I.'iO dav s at
X) cent .'.
I. McCaitby.cxtra meal fiirnl-h-nl
iri-oneri during mnuth of
April. SI meals. Hi.;
Peler ( 'onion, 2.1 il.iv labor on
I). McCarthy, 1U day in charge
of chain gang
Stephen Bradley, haulhig71 loiids
brick, at 30c
.Stephen Hrndlcy, hauling two
loads of ltunlter, at o0c
M. K. Powers, hauling six load
lumber, at oOc
Stephen I'radley, li.iullug two
drunken men to jail, at fiO,-
Thos, Larry, hauling 1 dead cow
Cairo Lvcnhig .Sun, publishing
Cairo ilttlleliii, pubil-lihig voter.'
W. K. Hawklii", fur sealing-wax
Mr-.. la. Sullivan, rent of liotie
lor election purpo-c
L. II. Mycr, rent of lioii-o tor
Tho. .Stack, putting iron grilling
in city Jail
Henry r-l.ick. guarding mall pov
p.itlent-. II day at .yj.oo
I!. H.Cimulugliaiu. rent of coun
cil chamber to date
oborlyatnl Dav lsiuibli.-lilng ordi
nance and iinveedlngs to dale.
Cairo llox: iV Iki-ket Co., lumber
O. W. MeKealg. P. G. .Scliuh, W.
I . Ciiry. service as Judge of
election hi Firt Ward, 1 day
each at .?;!
J.S. Kcadcn and Matt Clarke,
clerk of election in l'lrt Ward,
1 day each at :i
i '. Lane, 11. Meyer. and C N.
Hughe, indues of diction in
.-second Waul, 1 tl.iyraeh at ll...
A. A. Ilaync iind A. Coining-,
clerk of election ill .Second
Ward. 1 dav each at S:i
li. W. Ilcudrick", II. McMaiiu
and K. A. Iturncll. judges of
election in Third Ward. I day
each at il '
M. J. Ilowlev and .luhii llo'rau.
1 1 no
clerk or election In Third
Ward, 1 day each at r?:l
H. Flt.gci-.ibl. C. Close and F. M.
Want, lodge ol election la
Fourtli'Waiil,! dav each at Sit...
W.I I. Clover and W. It. FlMter.
clerk" of cleeilou in Fourth
Wanl. 1 l.iy each at
Henry Smut, J. P. Gamble ami
G'eii. Wilson, bulge of eleellmi
ill Fill 1 1 Willi), 1 ilny i-iieh at a.
.1. C. Tabhiit and Charles II.
Thlillllisou, clerks of eleelbm in
Fifth Waul. I day each at :s li no
Ahlertn.'in Hallliliiy oil'ered the billow
ing r litliou, which wa adopted by lite
following vole :
Ayes Hallliliiy, LancaMcr, .Wilis,
Parker, Patler, Hittenhou-e, Satip, Thls
tlewood, Wright and Yocuin 10.
llrsohcd, That the trciiMirrr be author
ized and empowered lo receive Irom any
person delring to redeeiu tiny lot which
were .-old tit the general tax side for l!7 1,
and purchase for the city by the comp
troller, the .sum of ten per centum in ad
dition to the amount for which any such
lot were sold, ami the comptroller (or
clerk,) upon the presentation to him ot
the treasurer's receipt showing payment
as above, Is hereby authorized and in
structed to receipt and satisfy on the re
cords the claim of the city against any
Mich lot or owner.
Alderman Wright offered the following
rc.-olnllou which wa adopted hy the fol
Aye.s-llalliday, Lancaster, Xellls,
Parker, Puller. IMttcnhouse, Satip, Thls
tlewood, Wright and Yocuin 10.
Ilooht't, That the chair appoint a cnni
inittee ol three to confer with the olllcer.
of the Hough and Kcady Fire Company
to ascertain If Ihey will grant the city the
uo of their hull to be U-ed a a council
chamber for one year, and If o, upon
what term, mid io report the re-uli at
the next meeting of the council.
The mayor appointed as such commit
tee, Aldermen Wright, IMttcnhouse and
The bond of llio following olllcer
were presented and read, and on motion
of Alderman Wright approved .
ltoiid of llyrou F. Illake. city trcaur-
er, in tli eiiiu ot -evenly live tnoii-auu
dollars, with Samuel Walters, William
Wood, John H. Phlllls Andrew Lohr, 0.
Hauiiy, Leo Kiel), II. II. Caudce and
Fred. Kni'Miii'ver. us securities.
Uoud of Fred. Wliitcamp, police con
stable, in the. sum ot one thousand dol
lars, with Mile W. Parker, Kohl.
Smyth, A Sus.iuka, Kichard Fil.gcrald,
.1. II. Metcalf and Joseph llrankle, it? e
curllie. lloiulofll, Sargent, police constable,
with W. L. Ilii-tol, .Wpli Smith and J.
'I'. Kcniilc, as securities.
lloud of J. C. l.allue, police ion-table,
Willi Isaac Waldor and Win. Iv'luge, as
lloud of W. W. Woolen, police conMa
hie, with II. A. Thorn and J. A, Gold
Mine, a securities.
lloud of F. M. .Sinister, police ron-table,
witli Win. Kluge, F. M. Ward, l.eo Kleli
and !";uie Valder,usccurllie.
Ilond of Win. M. Williams, cliler of po
lice, with Samuel Walter., ,1.11. Ilcccher.
Alfred Coining.! and Jaine Garland, as
The mayor uomiuatrd John llogau for
the nlUcik-Pl day pollco. Ileloro any
action was taken upon ll.e nomlnatiim,
Aldcrniiui Ilalllday's motion to adjourn
was .ccouded and the council aiJourucd.
J Wm. Fiium ii Axi.i:v, Clly clerk.
HI pe, Muter.
1'eMom having lpc water In their clu
tcrn, can have them pumped out and re
paired on rca-onablo teriiii, by calling on
J. S, Hawkish,
I-2.V2W. Cro Street.
Wo will tike, at the St. Chides Hotel,
diirlii! the summer months, .V)diy ho irJcr.,
al ill per month, and.V) hoarders wllh cool,
pleas nit rooms on the Uj prr Hour, at nn
per mouth. At this cxtrKincly low rte,
none hut promptly pjllotf bonrdcrs will he
accepted. .iKiiitri Wilcox Co.,
.Mllrr nrilNvoliillon r lirlncrlili.
Notice Is hereby given that the partner
ship herctolorc existing hotvvcvn W. L.
Ilrlstoland I,. W. Stlltvcll Is, this l.tdnyof
May, I175, dl'solvcd by mutual canicnt,
W. L. Ilrlstol will continue lb1! hudncus
and is authorized to fettle all debt i dm to
and hy the late Jrm.
Cairo, III., May 1st, 1M75.
W. I., llnitirol.,
V.i-fl'. I.. W. Sril.WKi.t..
Tarn M mi Mimlcil.
At the St. (imrlc-s one who can run
an engine, milk cows and make himclf
generally useful. .Vone but a sober,
healthy, Industrious man need apply ; to
such Meady employment will he given
and liberal wages paid.
Jiiwiin Wilcox ,x, Co..
line stlil rl.
MAI'.V, 78 Ohio Levee, has tlie latent
tvie In .SIII!:TS-"Tho Favorite," and
several other .style of the best in the
country excellent In make and superior
In material. MANX Is the only dealer In
the city who ha these style, and make
hi figure' conform to the lowest price
I'lnno mill Oi-khii TiiiiIiik.
Mr. M. Kuhno desires us to ray that he I
ready to receive orders for Piano and Or
san tuning, and repairing musical lntru
ments. Orders may bo left ut the corner ot
Thirteenth and Walnut trect, or P. O.
llox ifM, and will receive prompt attention,
Illinois Ckmilil It.ui.itovu Co.,
(.irnri: or Gi:.i;i:.w, Aoiixr.
C.vino. III.. May J, 1S7.".
All per-on aa hereby noililed not to
buy railroad link-, plus, rod, nut, bolls,
pike, chain', or castings of any de.-erip-
lion belonging to thl coinpany. AH
such nll'ercd for sale have Itccn stolen,
and the perou or iier.-on purchalng
will be pro-cciited. J.vvn: Jiiuniiv,
"ill General Agent.
iriiinl I'mImii SiiiiiIh.i Sehnol I'.xcnr-
The Union Sunday School of (.alio ha
made arrangement- with thu Culm and
St. Louis ll.iilroad Company foran excur-
Ion on Friday, the 7lh of May. to Join
boro and return.
The train will lean: Second t reel, at S a.
in., ami 'I enlli street ntMl.iu. m. UlUar-
live at Jone.lioro al 10 :i. in. Heturulug,
will leave .lone-biiro at I p. in., ariiveln
Cairo at 7 p. in.
Arrangement have alo been made
with all the Schools of .loiieboro and
Anna, to unite with n in a Gniud .Sun
day School Celebration, and a lla-ket
Pfenh) Dinner on the County Fair
Kvery Irlend of the Sunday School
cause Is cordially Invited, and wetru-t
Ihey will join with ii on this i tisiou.
Hel'ic-hnient lor -ale on llifiniiti.l; ;ilo
plenty of good Wilier.
I'n 1 1! for tho round trip : Gentlemen,
.fl.tMi: Ladle, ,V) cents; Children, under
12 years, 2.1 cents; programme for the
occasion will be published in line time.
J. W. SiKWAitr,
G. M. Al.DK.v,
IS. J. G'l'NIUIT,
Committee of Arrangements.
Mr. Mousarrat, one of tlic most ac
complished lady musicians In Southern
Illinois, will, during the summer mouths,
teach pupils ot this city, inu!c for thu
very low price of ten dollars tier term.
Mrs. Mousarrat has for years past taught
tlic art of music lit several of the mo.-t
noted academics nf Memphis, and has
gained by her thorough knowledge of tho
art a mo-t enviable reputation. Parents
who have children whom they would
have become completely versed in music,
will do well to place them under tlie care
of this lady. .Vl-tf.
I'or Male fir lixclmnue tin llensoiiiilile
Must he disposed of rlht uvvay, on ac
count of removal, Tho contents of a gro
cery storc, consisting ol a email s'oclc ol
goodi and everything cNo ucccs,ary for the
like. Iwpilre ol Mr. John Clarke, corner
ol Third street and Comnerchd avenue.
' Nirluir Units.
A. MAISX. "SOIilo Levee, I now tak
ing orders lor thenewatylesof Silk llal,
all the rage at the Ka(, known it"
'lilh Avenue," and
Ill Coutorniiture enable-him to take
order and make perfect 111 enables him
to make hats to order Unit will conform
perfectly to the head of llio wcaicr. Call
upon MAISX, and have your head meas
ured for :i hilt. 5-2-2 vv
Ilnxe llnlli ol' livery nccrlitiin
Corrfi lnl Dully hy K. M Slturm, coiiiiiiImIoii
iiiclrliiiiit, srcrvliiry wl' tlie tlio llimnt ol
Klour, tti't'iinllim MKruilc.
Corn, inlM'd, tuickHl
t .V14U T 'i
u l oo
Oat, mix"! -
Ilrun, ir Ion.......
vitil, n-.im illinl
Itultn', chiilcc Nortlii'in ui-Vis,.
Ituin-r.rliiilci' .oiiUii-ti 111. iiii kci ,
i.gg, iwr iliK'ii
e fiicli'iii, iwrdoini
Turknya , (K'r diuiii -
Aiilti, cliolcv, nr ljirn-1. i
.Viili', coiiiinuii, irr Iwrivl
I uuiiuii, n r mini....
Ulllvill, Jr Urn 11
Ir . . i .ivL... ttiihaal .k.fi... Tya
'."lVMl11-lTrIIIS'-l 0 i,".--l, '-- t,i-
. . . .. . . , . .. . . . - . - . . .
Steamer James Flsk, l'mlucah.
" Cltyol Chontpr, Ht. Lonli.
Utile Memphis, Memplil'.
" Julia, St. Louis.
Hrcat Itepublli', St. I.ouli.
" Jas.lt. Parker. Cincinnati.
Tow-boat ('ha. Itrorvn, St. Loul).
" Grand LakeNo.2,Xcvv()rlcan
" l oallllll, l.oulollle.
Falls Pilot, Smth.
" Slnip-on Horner, New OrleaiH. .
Steamer James Fhk, Pnducah.
" City of Chester, Aleraphls.
" llclle 5lemphli, Mem'ihlv.
" Jas. I). Parker, Memphis.
" (ireat ISep.thlie, New Orleans.
Tow-boat Chas. Ilrown. St. Louis.
" Grand Lake Xo. 2, Louisville.
" Coal Hill, St. Loul?.
I.ilierty Xo. 4. Ohio river.
" Falls Pilot, Ohio river.
' Simpson Horner, Loulvllle.
JlmFl'k, Piuhieah; Griind Tower, J.
M. Kellogg, Coiiunoowcnltli, llclle
Shreveport, St. T.oui, Vint Slilnkle,
.Mciuiiils; llurkcvlllc, Nashville.
ItlVKIt, WKATIILI! AND nUSI.VKSS.
The river last evening was 30 feet 8 2-.
Inches on the gauge, having risen 18
lnchc during the previous 21 hours. The
Cumberland liver nt Xahville, the Mis
sissippi at St. Louis and the Ohio ut all
points except Cidroare falling. The river
will come to a stand here to-morrow or
The weather Is clear but vcrv uncer
tain. liliM'.UVL ITti.M.
Thu Cha. Ilrown took twoh.irges
of coal to St. Loui.
The Jim Fik liad a very lidr trip
The J. I). Parker had nhoiit IKK) tons
Tho cargo of the Thos. Sliltiock, lor
New Orleaii'. amounted to 1S,IS2 pack
."uperinieiiuciii .i;ick lirannnar oi ine
Kvansville Packet company, wa in the
The Cherokee was to leave Cincin
nati on Tucd:iy evening for New Or
lite Liberty No. I took the barge of
on- Hp lite (Mil", wliieli tile K.neu
lii'ouht I rot 1 1 SI. I.nul.
('iipl. Andy Poe, hrollier of Captains
liicob itud Thos. io., vva nearly kllksl
at hi- home near Pittsburgh the other
day liy a tree, which he cut down, falling
.Mr. Frank Howe Mr. Charles M.
Howe anilMr. C W. lirad'.ey,
of thl city, look passage on
llio I '.real Hcpublic luM uveulng for
New Oi leans.
The Grand Luke. No. 2, Is to make one
more trip with conl lo Xew Oiiciiu-, und
111' she gets through nfe will be tiutied
f... . ... ,
uiei in i i ii mi in ion jiori in lire
Intiiro owner Ihc .Mlslljipl Valley
Tratispoitatioti company, her pre-cnt
owners. The Grand Lake Coal Company
Intend to Nttlld a larger bout ro taLe her
-The new low-boiit, K. M. Not ton.
Iclt Middlepoit Monday for St. Loul,
with 10,000 bhls. salt, 1,000 kcg4 nails ami
wins to add two barges ot coal ut Kan
awha, and get more nulls nt I ronton. This
is tlic lirst trip of tlie Norton. She was
built hy the Marine Dock Company for
the Ohio ISiver Salt Transportation Com
pany, and is of the following dimensions :
Length, 171 tcct ; depth ot hold, 5J feet ;
beam, Ik) feet; width, over all, IW feet.
Her engines are Irom the tow-boat W. H.
Ilrown, and are 20 inches in diameter,
8 feet stroke; 5 double lined hollers, 2d
feet long by 33 Inches in diameter, made
from llrovvifs No. 1 iron, with fore and
nft scams double riveted, all rivet hole
drilled. Her officers are Captain, A. J.
Branch; Mate, Charles Anderson; Kn
ginfcr, Jacob Hunter.
The crew of thu s,chooner Jefferson
llordcn, which sailed from Xew Orleans
on the 3th of March for London, muti
nied when It days out, mid Captain Pat
terou and his officers had a terrible pis
tol and knllc light with them before they
were ubducil. 'I'he UrM and rtvoud
mate were killed in the light. Hailing
paslug stcametv, Capt. Patterson ob
tained men enough to manage Jits vessel
and arrived ut Loudon with thu .survi.
vor of the mutlncci- In Irons.
lohn Holland and Sam Anderson,
colored employes on Phillips' whart
boat, engaged in u lively boat race across
the river and back last even
ing, which attracted unite u numlicr
of pectator. Thu stakes were I'd ;i nidc,
and were won hy Sam Audcrson, who
came out about two skill" lengths ahead.
Thesaincpaiiicsliidulgctlln a similar race
evening befoio last, in which Sam wa
thcMiuniT, and thu rseo last cvcnlusf whs
ludulvjetl in simply lo iii(;yJohiilhitt he
could not row.
WAiitUtr.viiiut.Nr. Un -ii ItKro.r, (
May .1. Iffli.
i AUOV li
ivntrally Utiiti, Elifttily FwiM
The Oogjwerclal lott Vf
J 21t .