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ASOAI.ON t.OflUK, NO. 51.
Knlalilr. of I'J'llihui, units every Krl
ilny idjrht t tiolf-lmsl neu-n, III Odd
l iHou' Hall .I.No. II (io'SMAM,
Chniicellor l 'ointirintUr.
At.lIXANllKIl t.OllUK, NO. IH,
Itvlcuriiilriit Unlrr of UM-rcl-
Mn.K .. ......... It.lll.il..lr .ill.llf
iii l.fili-iii lii tin-r mi
lunn. mut;is i:tLi j ii-uiihj
Commercial llVl'lllle, hctHtfll sixth llll'I Seventh
Hreuit. i j . n ..it i ii i ,
r tAMto i:noami'mi:nt, i. o. o. t.t ""f1?
KJln OtM-r'elhiW' Hull on the llr-taml third
I iwUy hircryU'inUi,iitlmir-palM'in
A CAIIHI I.OIMIK. SO. i.17, A V. A; A M.
4 V. ' MOT'l1-. " ' " S:
rninl Clslitn strut, on lite -.:nil iinl
Kvcrybody to hnov, tlmt tlio toi;ot--
A smooth !-lm,
A Sjoiid r!i;i 111 i J.
A fa-hli'iiable, hair-cut,
Or anj III mrl that line,
In nl the (lllAMi VjK lit U. l!.iutu'.i:
Ml I', comer I'icjith ami Cointti rclal.
).H.f J. Okoiick Stmnhoi sk.
I'll. M.M;lt nl I.imiIi IIitIm r('i.
tOT Dr. .Sherman. Urn (Treat Special
1st, 001 Norlli Sixth street, has calned an
enviable reputation In the speedy manner
In which lie treat all ehrnnlo disease-.
See udverti-einent for hlsrelit Syphilitic
Kradlealor, Indorsed ly tin medical fa
culty every win re. 0-lJs-lyr.
This U n new stylo f pii'iim; now In;
Injr priHliic il by Win. Winter, tlie nnl"t,
ot tills city. 'I'iie.t' picture. n ru creatliiR
iniicli lnteii;H In all the principal Intern
nml WeMirn cltlc.ljc!ii;: altogether new.
They iiie unlike photograph.-, helni.'
nil-ed anil Ix uiiilliilly enameled over the
entlie hiutace, full In tone, hut ilUtluctlu
the lltjlit mid i-haile. No one who
them fall toadinlre them, or to j:lve the
nrtlft nn order. We have been shown a
number ol picture of well-known ladles
mid Kcntlcnivn of tho city, nml have r.o
hesitation In pronomielii thtin peifectly
splendid. We would therefore advi-e all
who take lutcrett In Mich matters or ile
(lre picture", to call upon Mr. Winter at
his Kallery and examine his work in till"
new branch of the phadow-caiituriiiK ait.
CSfK I5ap Mock enveloiK's at the IUt.
m:iin olllce, 2.'i per JI.
e of ItelllllMll.
C. Koch has removed his boot and
shoe -hop from the old Hand to hi
now brick builditi;,' (one block below).
So. IK) Commercial aviiuie, between
Filth and Sixth MreeK where he will
keen the hoM home made and St. I.ouls
rustom made boots and thoe, made of
the best material ; pootl workmanship
and In the latet MvIoj. All order
promptly attended to. fl-'-W-M.
To Hie CtllzenH ill I'.'iii'O.
1 wotil'l Intona ni mmy IrUmls. tint I
am In the ui-tlou bUMin , and read,
to aitcnd lu all taluh tlul mi) utter. My ,
loiifj cxpfilciTK lit this lmlii:- nifiU no
'oinaient t Is uu rxpi rimei t n iny jijrt,
and parties intriftlli' uool t iny cte
need not be alralu. a- 1 am no 'snfli" or
teivUo In th bu-hic-i.
Sincl latieiitloii Riven torer I tl3to ud
ou'-uoor sale-, a I h ive noernljd mak
in;; rale I lUit t.M X, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth .-trect and Commerelal A v.
T - J 1 -1 1
Heady prinli il packages of wali ll-t
nouj:h 111 each book to last two year..
tor WJ cent cud 1 tit the Hlmxtin Otllco
for the next two day.
Uellomn-l'Il.si:M:K-Hl l.onts irer.
, Ao. I ltnuitry.
It If now ronetded that Mi-. Coleman,
the 1 nnic-'. . 11 I'mntli -irtt, be
tween .VidtmlmA 0 miti-ril'laventicr.
Iisioiieo the b -t o ducted laundry
taln.tliiii nl- n the elty.and 1. tnllor.lt ot
hotel- ttml boarding tmti-ef Had It to
their r.,l:;i tuu'o to cull upon her
llnr . rli-n nre m lollops: Hotel and
hoirdln-lioii c uu-liln. " ecnts
dozen. I'.u piece work ir:re
11- r.llow: nhiKlo -lilrt and
ar, 10c; P r dozens c; rock- .; two
lars, rc; tw h tndker.'.liicl", fie; verts UOc;
anil ad Kimtlemen'- wear. SOc per
inell. I..u!le tire cr, i --n,
l.'rtli t' 20", ilnwiT- n to trie; two
pair ho-c re: two eo'lnrsfi 10 h e. I'or la-
He-' plain elotlte- 1 tKi p. r doen; lor la
dies line e otn , l 2.-. per ttoeli; done
drjuiptly, and proinptlv dillveieil. I'a-tr-.ttiiKo
; l l.oitl'. Ilerltei-IN I'or t'll.SK-
A I'tne .-fieli.
Win. V.UW. de. lie- l 1 1 form h'i pat-ion-
mid the pu lie Kclie' ally , tiiat he h.i
now 1 n liHiid a lar.o - ocli't I'ihici and
(icrnnui ah, Klj' -no M loeco, and I- piv
iir U 10 111 oat acture. l"r ntuie and otllea
wear, ih llnu l of Moio- o or tj b skin
Shoe-or it t ; iud lor farm i, dray men
and out do r wem generally, hi I'n ll.'h
Kip ft mil- alioo anylhlogoernilercdla
tnl-luaiket. His b-b n aro i.l the lati-bt
!i can gtlaiantcc a lit and r.itls-
tattlon to all hU pti-oit.
A -liver plated No. U t Sliultle Hew
ln Ma.'hb o, Im d (piano) liul li, valued at
Will b. ' Id at $20 ..Isceiiut, on good
ttrnif, and orden d dirias.lioni ihu lactoiy.
roit sa 1;.
(.'olxretl mil 111 uiitoil M ipt of thu c ty of
Cairo at $2 Oil each lliull pllcc)
A No.jl Wlldisn Mmtilc Sowing Maclitnu
valued nt Will lie rolit ut $lo dl-vollllt
ami orilurt'U nirooi irt m the mciory.
A !)0 If ciulngton Sowb ; Machine 830
oil: fin eas.li. Suiialilu for tulloror boot aud
"I'lctinvsnuo Amurlcn" H mimSefH
'bound in 2 volumes, full fc'llt Morocco;
A Myl 'K," Ioul'Ii. Warren .V Co.'s"
l'nr'or tirun . rUlit 'rom tho ai'toiy at H
trolt Lbt price, ?'00. Will bo told for
A new two-horse Onmhl whiiou
Kor ny of tho above article, apply at
th lll'UBTW 0ffl0. B. A. y VUSBIT.
' - j
It.VIT.M Of AIVi:illlNI.41.
S3 Ml tills ful tidrerlillnir, utu due mut par
tible IX AM AM K.
Tiiitiilcnl nilvrrlMiif; will lie In'crtnl nttli
rale nf II w per f 'iimi i- for the llrrl In'frtion
mi'l u'ImiiIs foreachBtlh-ciimnton". A lllicm!
I illcuiiiil will hi- tn i'lc nn t:mllriK nml illpla)'
ficut Holier. IiiihIiipm or otherwise, MllH.o
rhurnril leu cent per lino for Hie first nnd fit c
t'Htil'ur cadi nddillniml In-frtloii, (rinnlliiK
ftli Hue nml iiii.mitlt i n ilUr-mmt IV I 1 ItP Ifuulo
all(.r ,,, r,0)1
Chinch. Society. 1'c.Mlvnl nml Stumer notice,
will onlv he Inrrrtiil n, mil inl inuiM.
Kor In-cithnr I'lim-ml tiotlru $1 io. Notice of
meeting of societies or rent t outer. M cvnli for
Nonili'ilU'iiiil will hcrw.rUcilatlnsllion
Tiiri.'SDAV, urror.Ki: r, is7o.
I.11111I Weullier lleiorl.
Caiiki, I IX. 1 Oct, C.JS7A.
II III. I llllt. I Willi. I Vt. VVLATIIHl
'.VlNli. I Vt.
' NV ' 12
V W 1 CO
XW I 12
7 a 111.
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THOMAS .IO.NT., .'n.t
lialafall- ' imlii-.
H. n.,u. a. A.
A I'mili tVnuleil.
A 'ood cook wnnled Iminedl.ilely at
the nri.i.ri is- olllce.
A fdsiors grinder Is In town.
The Southern Hotel l lor rent.
Go to Winter's for your frc?h
Large Mock dry goods, wll bout re
serve, at very low prices, at C. Ilanny'.s.
Henry Savers wants to -ell a trading
The Ohio ltlver looked cool ye-tei-day.
Large ?tock of domestic print-, niu-II11-.
ami ticking, at low price, at C.
Lrne.-t I'eltit still continues to Im
prove. Air. Laii5dcn Is attending court nt
Judge Bird did nothing In his police
The dust has been settled for n -hoi t
time at any rate.
Large stock ladies' fiirnMilng goods
to be .-old very cheap at C. Hanny's.
liewareol tin-Mai eh man. He won't
pay hone-t bill-.
l'coplc with .-ore no-eare niinierou
iu Cairo Ju-t now.
William Winter is doing a big bii't-
ue-- hi the photographic line.
It I i-aid that Chicago Timet Storey
will arrive hi Cairo to-day.
Sam Fo-ter Is very lck at -tin: resi
lience of J I). Hcxfoiil.
Mr. ?eorge I). fSould.ot Mollne. Illi-
noi-, was at the St. Charles ycterday.
Large stock clothing to be -old out
without reserve, at C. Haiiny'-.
-The Taj lor Literary Club held Its
regular weeKly meeting Hint inula.
Some good, live men are wanted by
lleniiett, the sewing niachim,' agent.
.ludyo llullock. or Loul-Mlle, Ken
tiii ky, was at the St. Charles yetenlay.
iM Wlttlg. tlie teacher 01' tlie Delia
Ciiv band, 1 liome again from New Mad
A little mgro boy wni the only pcr-
arrcned by the polic foice ye.-ti.'r-
--'I'hc gas must bi
It lias been rather
under th weather."
-ickly'" for the pan
County Ilitiik lll
I In- AlexKtttlei'
pay liilori -l 011 tl
.'liiiull In Hie iu-
Mar.x. the l.evcc
Icr. has one of the
llnest Hoiks ever
brought to Cairo.
Dan Haitnian's queenswar..' sign, on
hU new store on Sixth "trcct, l very nt
tnictlve. The lelmonic Hotel ha- been
closed, ami tho building will bo thor
-The furniture n-cd in the Uelmonlco
Hotel will be sold nt miollon on the 17th
nt lliN month.
you want n good jolt ut liovse shoe
ing done, go tn ('ail reter. Iledoeshli
work well mid rpilekly.
-Mr. K.C. i hl, of lid eily, is tili
very sh-k and eontlned to her bed at Hot
One of tho (lUtingiiishcil guctsat
the St. Charles hotel yesterday, was Sen-
ntor 1. M. Cockrcll, ot Mis'ouil.
Largo stock of woolen goods, flan
nels, lliifcys and sheeting llauneK very
cheap, at C. Hauny
Airaln Commercial avenue Is receiv
ing tliu tittention ot the street repairers,
and considerable Improvement Is being
made upon tho thoroughfare.
The Knights ofl'ytlilas are about to
move their lodge rooms from their pre'
ent place to the third .story of Or. Ward
tier's building, on Commercial avenue.
I'hoiiOL'i'anhlu Institute, conducted
bv Mrs. Kiln Granger, Is open every
evening, for tho Instruction ol pupils In
Look at tho price of wen's liata for
one dollar, at Ilcllbron & Well's.
The canvass for tho olllce of county
treasurer Klill goes on, aud a warm con
test for the placo will no doubt take place
on the :id ol next mouth.
A little negro boy, who amused him
self yesterday morning lu beating a Utile
white bov's head, U thu only occupant of
thu calaboose now. j
Mr. Thomas S. Dcauc, of Chicago,
special agent of tho Manhattan lire In
Eurai'.ce company of Xuw York, U lu the
Wo have received a new supply ot
thoe SO BOcairinette suits ; al6o a line as
"ortincnt of black suit.
Hr.n.iutox A Wi;il.
The leeliiw ot S. I. Wheeler, before
the Woman's Club mid Library Associa
tion on Tuesday night win well attended,
and was very Interesting,
-Previous to S. P. WhcclerV lecluro
buion ttm WckJiauM Club on Xuwilay
tilghf, Miss Thom'on read "Hnow
Hound" in splendid style.
Jcwctt Wilcox Is Mill at heart. Ho
declares that for sixteen year he has
never mltil the fair at St. Loul, but
Ibis time ho Is obliged to clay at home.
ear-Tin: alkxandkii countv
ItAN'IC WILL I'A V lN'I'HItKST f)N
DKI'OSITS IX TIIK .SAVINGS IM'.
I'AUT.MKN'I'. Nothing has lieen .ecen of the men
who attempted to rob the Caledonia gen
tleman oil l'llteciilli sticet on Monday
Largo stock ol dress good, merino?,
alpacas, poplins, cashmere., very cheap,
A great deal of ability wasdlplayed
by the members of the City Council at
their meeting 011 Tuesday evening, In
discussing various questions.
On the second, third and fourth of
Xovcmber a .Sabbath-Mchool convention
will be held nt Carboudale, to which all
Jilehds of the Sunday-school cau-e are
Large stix-k gents' furnishing goods
at very low prices, at C. HannyV.
Kx-Mayor .folin If. .fame, of
Cliarle-ton, Mo., brother-in-law of Mrs.
I'. A. litirnett, died at his homu In
Chaileton, day before yesterday, aged
Another week for 11 present of ten
yards of calico, to tho.-e who buy seven
dollar'- worth of dry good at Ilcllbron &
I'or it nice -ult ot children and boys'
clothing at the lowest rates aud best Ills,
go to Ilcllbron & Well's, 1 12 and 1 1 1 Com
It has been suggested a number of
times, by prominent gentlemen of tho
city, that the Taylor Literary Club give
an entertainment for the bcncllt ot thu
poor ol thlsclty.
A little colon d boy named Deer In
jured hiinseli pu ny badly yeterday af
ternoon while allcuiptiuu lo turn a som
ersault limn tin; sidewalk, while return
ing Irom school.
There tiro a couple of men lu the
city peddling com starch, which they
laud to the skies. Our citizens will tlo
well not lo have anything to do with the
Large stock of carpetf, oil cloths and
matting, at greatly reduced prices, at C.
The remains of Mr. Block, w ile of
Henry Illock. of Xew Orleans, who died
at the St. Charles Hotel, Cape Girardeau,
a few days ago, passed through this city
ye-trrday tor Xew Orlcati", where they
will be interred.
-C W. Whitloek & Son will -ell their
stock of groceries, saved troiu (be late
lire, at auction. Charley Ucl.ay will do
the auctioneering, at I'arkcr it Axley's
The only place when; you eau find
a Hue ns-ortment of children's merino
cloaks and bonnet- at very low price. Is
Ilr.n.iiiio.v it Wkii.'s.
Mr. W. II. Morris and Captain W. I'.
llalhday, both of whom have been con
lined to the house, from pr.tlned anklex,
during the past few day, are getting
along very well. Mr. MorrU will be all
right lu a lew day, but Captain Halllday
will very likely be kept In longer.
A parly of sixty emigrants arrived
in this cltyye-terday morning from Allen
dale, a Miiall town on the Cairo & Vin-
cennia railroad, en route for Dallas,
Tcxa. Tlie entire party took pas-ago
on tin 2 o'clock train 011 the St. Louis,
iron Mountain it Southern railroad yes
teitlay afternoon, that road having con
tracted to carry them to Dallas at re
duced rate. The sixty who passed
through yesterday will bo followed by a
party ol a hundred, who will arrive In
Cairo on Saturday niorniiiir, aud join the
llrst party at Dalla. when the entire
number will colonize. oniewliere In
Hcmcmber the grand ball ot the An
cient Order of Hibernian alScbcel'. hall
on the lslh int. A good time maybe
Tho Hotel HW.'.splaMngof our city.
nvs : "Cairo, a city 01 .vuu uinauiiauts,
was the next stopping-place. Its posi
tion, nt the continence or thu Ohio and
Mississippi rivers, Is familiar to every
one. Its principal hotel, the St. Charles,
.Jcwctt Wilcox, the p!enaut proprietor,
Is still doing a splendid business, In spite
of ihe hard times, and the prevalence ot
the shakes.' .lames Dcant; olllelatcs
behind tlie counter, a rnm avis among
hotel clerks. His engaging manner ha
wade him a general favorite. The dlu-
lng-rooin i presided over by George
Turner, and we agree with Wilcox lu
saying, it Is well done. The Planters' Is
ehatiL'inir haiTtts. Hucfner having sold
out. The Grand Central, under the fo
terhu cai'u of W. Wetel, still preserves
Its general good business. Harry Walker
closes the Dclmonleo on the 1st. Mr.
Kills, of the Arlington House, Is down
wllh ihe general complaint, fever and
ague. 77i JIutet World has as linn a
hold In Cairo a? lit other places. Leav
ing on ihe I'huisday night train, wn took
bnaklast Mtii our inu-cular friend
it the Ccitr.i!U House, Centra'
Thu cheapest place for ladies' wrap
pers anil ladles' trimmed liatu Is Ilcll
bron A Well's, 112 and 111 Commercial
A Sabbath-school convention will bo
held lu Carboudale on thu 2d, 3d and Ith
of Xovcmber, for tho district comprising
, the sixteen lower counties of thu Slate.
All friend:! ot the Sunday-school cause
and thu public generally are invited to
attend. 'Hie good people of Carboudale
will take pleasure lu making It as pleas-
ant as possible for all fjucsts.
Good live men can find steady and
paying employ ir ent either in country or
city, by making application to D. V.
lleniiett at Howe Sewing Machine Olllee.
InlerrHl iu leMilU.
The AltmmUr County Jinnk mil wj in
icial 01 (trjmltti in the wings ntyarr
ItcKlltnr .Wee 1 1 111; Thereof.
1 Council ('iiamiii.ii, )
Caiiio, III., Oct. etli, 1875.
1'reeent His Honor Mayor Wlntenuul
Aldermen Halllday, Lancaster, Xellls,
i'arkcr, l'atlcr.ltltteiihoii'e, Thlstlewood
and Voeitm H.
On motion of Aid. Xellls the reading
of the minutes ot tho last regular meet
ing and Intervening meetings was dis
pensed with, and the minutes approved.
Thu following reports of olllccrs were
prc'ctitcd and read, and 011 motion ap
Iteporl of U. V. Hlake, City Treasurer,
for tho mouth of September; report ol
F. Itro-s and L ' Hlrd, Police Magis
trate., for August; report of John
Clancy, Clly Jailer, for August.
Thu report of the Committee on
Streets, upon the petition of John Tan
tier and others, wa, upon motion of Al
derman Halllday approved and ordered
Tlie report of thu Finance Committee
fur September, was presented and read,
and on motion of Alderman Thlstluwood
approved and ordered filed.
A petition from Julia II. Karl, aklng
for compensation for Injuries received by
falling from sidewalk, was, 011 motion of
Alderman lUttenhoitse, referred to the
Committee on Claim.
The following hills for salaries of olll
ccrs lor September were pre-cntcd and
read, uud on motion of Alderman Thls
tlewood. allowed by the following vote :
Ayes Halllday, Lancaster, l'atler, Yo
cum, Itltteiihou-c, I'arkcr, Thlstlewood
and Xellls S.
Henry Winter, mayor...
W. F. Axley, clerk.
li. F. Hlake. trea-urer...
Juo. II. Gos.-maii, chief of police... 7 00
.1. (J. I.aluie, . IV., Woolen. II.
Sargent, A.Caiuaud M.S. O'Ma
ley, police olllccrs. each
Wm. Hiowii. health olllcer.
F liro-. I'. M
J. J. Illrd, I'. M
The following bills were presented and
read, aud on motion of Alderman l'atler,
referred to the Committee on Claims:
Loyd Smith, removal ot 3 cows
mil ealt 0 UU
H. H. (Slack, attorney 's te. ...
C. Thrupp, tracing ma)
Henry Krou n, removal ot dog
H. 11. Cimuiugtiam, reiitot council
Cairo iiulleilu, contract
D. .1. Galligau, lor building side
. 170 00
II. IL Mack, attorney'.-tee-
lames Power-, repairs of picks...
W. M. William, gas fixtures for
C. C. Ga- Co., tor gas in street
lamp. Sept .312 30
X. Ulee, lumber IS I 10
Hiire, L00111U it Co., lei; for del k's
Win, Garvin, to Odavs' work with
team at Si HO
Thus. Mehaii. to 7 days;' woik
with team at $3 00
Tho. Itovle. to 8 days' work with
team at $3 00
Mike Duggan.to 2 day' work
with team at ?3 IW
D. ('. Homaii, to 7 day-' work
with team at $3 iK)
1. Cochran, to 0 iluvs' work with
team tit S3 00
2 f 00
James Kos. to t days' work with
team at 00
Mike Galvln, to 7 clays' work
whit team at 3 00
P. II. Cochran, to davs' work
with team at 53 0u .",
Patt. Klhnartlii. to S dav,' work
with team at S3 00
Mrs. Lalley, to (i days' work wuh
team at S3 00
Tame.- Median, to S day-'
with team at S3 00
William Wolf, to 7j dav'
with team at S3 00
Dinitis Heeley, to 51 days'
wtiu team at c.s w
I'. Yoeuin, to 1 days' work
Pete Conley, to 20 ilav' work
-tuewaiK, at ?1 m per day
John Dillon, to 8 days' work on
streets at SI 50 ner dav
Mike Dri-cal, to t days' work on
Mike Drt-cal, to 10 days' work on
James Keating, lo 12 days' work
James Kcaiuu;, to 3 days' work
Uatt Ciihman, to 10J day's work
Uatt Cashman, to 8J days' work
on drainage ,,
Mike Stauloii, 0 days' work on
Mike Stanton, 2 days work 011
Green Voting, 7.J daj'6' work on
Tim Wheeler, 7 days' work on
Michael Houlihan, 1(1 days' work
Michael Houlihan, 2J days' work
Steve Hudson, "h days' work on
drainage '. ,'
Mike Mahoney. S days' work on
streets as foreman
Ed. Morrlsey, 7 days' work on
streets as foreman
Jerry Murphy, 0 days' work on
.streets as foreman
Jerrv Murphy, 10 days' work on
William Qtiiuii, 8 days' work on
John Sullivan, 8 days' work on
John Lime. UJ days' work on
Dennis Cahll. days' woik on
Mr. Thorns, 7 days' work on
Patt Lane, days work oil
Tim Huston, S days' work on
William W olt, "J days' work on
Mr. Sheets. 7' days' work on
Dan McCartney, cleaning Jail, 1
JauiM r'arreii! hauling 26'ioads at
Patt Cahlll. hauling . loads at 30
Peto Wnlder, hauling 1 load.........
John Furgerson, hauling 5 loads
at 50 cent .....
Tlmnthv Rnrm.Ul. HIIll'lHtendont
of Streets, II) September 00 00
Iluse, I.oomlsa-co., leuior street
John P. Heeley, fettlng gradu for
Sti pheu Bradley
hauling slop in
John Clancy, dieting prisoners in
September, VM day
John Clancy, extra meals lir-
John McXtilty. tiles. ele
O. W. Hendci'ion. loek ......
F. M. bchustcr, 10odyB as police-
man In July, t ti
V. Whltcamn, 19 days as police-
man In July, at $2 38 00
ly, at $2
Alderman Halllday offered the follow
ing resolution which, on motion, was
IlcxoleeU, That tho Committee on
Drainage tire hereby authorized and di
rected to have tho ditcli or drain i-on-nectlng
the pond near Thirty-eighth
street and the sewer nt Thlrtv-eeoiid
street cleaned nnd opened, so that the
aroreald pond may Iw thoroughly
Alderman Halllday ollcrcd the follow
ing revolution which wa, on motion,
Jlenolvetl, That the Committee on Side
walks are hereby directed to have thu
old, unused sidewalk on the east side of
Poplar street, north of Twenty-second
street torn down, and removed, and the
lumber therein disposed of as .'aid com
mittee may deem tiesr.
Alderman Xellls moved the reconsider
ation of the vote referring tho bills to
the Committee 011 Claims. Carried.
Alderman Thlstlewood moved that all
the bills read except those of F. M.
Schuster and F. Whltcamp, be referred
to the Committee ot Claim, and that F.
JI. Schuster and F. Wliltoamp be allowed
each $38 lu full of all claims a gal list tlie
Alderman Pa tier ollcrcd an amendment
that they be allowed for nineteen days'
services nt $2 per day. Amendment car
ried by the following vote :
Ayes Halllday, Lancaster, Xellls,
Parker, l'atler 5.
Xay. Ifltlcnhotise, Thlstlewood, and
The bonds of A. Cain and .Martin O'
Maley, as police constables, and the
bond of John II. Gosmati, as chief of
police, were presented and read, ami on
The Mayor stated that he expected to
be absent from the city for several days
and requested the council to appoint a
Mayor pro-tern, during his absence.
On motion of Alderman Halllday, Al
derman Itlltciihoiitc was appointed
On motion of Alderman l'atler the
council took a recess of live minutes to
allow the Street Committee to make n re
At the close of the recess, the Com
mittee on Streets reported back the vari
ous petitions referred to them, in refer
ence to the Cairo & Vlnceimes railroad!
asking to be relieved from the further
consideration of said petitions.
On motion of Alderman Thl-tlcwood
raid report was received and the commit
tee relieved from further duty.
Alderman Itltlenltou.-e moved the pe
titions be laid oil I he table.
Alderman Putter moved thu petitions
be acted upon at once by the council.
Alderman Hlttenhoii-e's motion receiv
ing a second, was carried by the following
Ayes Halllday, Parker. I'ittenliouic,
Thistle wood and Yoeuin 5.
Xays Lancaster, Xelll? and l'atler 3
Alderman Patier ottered the. following
Itesolvetl. Inasmuch as the C. it V
Railroad Co. have not complied with
Kallroad ordinance Xo. 104, atler
.10 days' noliee haviiiff been rriver. them.
that the Mayor be requested to cuforcu
Alderman Halllday moved that the
Mayor be instructed to enforce all (he
On motion of Alderman Xcllli, council
adjourned. Wm. Fnnxcii Am.cy,
Slenuier .lini l'isk. I'tiducah.
" Arkansas Ilelle, Kvausvllle.
" Cherokee, New Orleans.
" Ilelle Memphis, Memphis.
" City Chester, St. Louis.
" Hickory. Tennessee river.
" Sandy, St. Louis.
" ltounle Lee, Cincinnati.
Tow-boat. Ironsides, St. Loul'.
Steamer Jim Fisk, I'aducah,
" Arkansas Belle. Evansville.
" Cherokee, Cincinnati.
" llelle Memphis, St. L011N.
" City Chester, Memphis.
" Sandy, Shreveport.
" Ilonnle Lee, Now Orleans.
, l!ti:il ASt WKATIIUII.
-The river last evening was 11 feet
S 2-3 Inches on the gauge, having fallen G
inches during tho previous twenty-lour
hours. A slight rise is reported in the
upper Ohio and tributaries, and n consid
erable swell lu the Cumberland river.
- The weather was cloudy yesterday
with a strong, cold north wind.
The Cherokee had about 200 tons for
The Sandy has been purchased by
Phelps & McPhcarson, who will put her
in the Hcd river trade above Shreveport.
The Arkansas llelle brought 33b
sacks corn, 200 barrels flour aud 23 tons.
-The Honnle Lee, a little bayou
packet, had about half a load for New
Orleans. Shu is "bran splinter" new.
Captain J. M. Phillips rode up to
the "break" above the city yesterday
and ordered tho Mississippi to stop Its
foolishness, and ho says It did so.
Mr. James Sheldon, formerly ticket
agent for the Illinois Central railroad in
this city, has been appointed Train Mas
ter 011 the A. & P. railroad, with head
quarters at Springfield, Missouri.
The Thompson Dean will be all
ready to leave promptly Saturday even
ing, and It Is probable that ipiltu a party
of Cairo people will go out with her aud
return on the packet. It would be the
nicest little trip Imaginable.
Tho removal of her upper guards
does not detract from tho uppeuranee of
(ho Tompson Dean, a.' many feared when
the change proposed. Capt. Millar
has made -several changes about her which
he think will ndd to her speed and n sav
ing of fuel. Her lire-beds have been low
ered imit her jf rate-bars shortened, Her
chimneys nre four feet taller undone foot
narrower than her old one, She U fully
1 sixpluches lighter than before she was
, put on tho ways, and now draws four
feet six Inches light.
IIIVKI' UKI-OHT, I
vet. 11, ie;j. i
A"0VR I niAionT
STA1IOMS. LOW WATKH.I -"Au":'
rr. J 1st. j rr, t.
( nlro "71 10" IT
I'lltslittrK :.' II I x 1
Cincinnati 7 7 I 11
Ixiulnrlllc 1 7 I x .1
Nu-iivllic in ri I -i a
31. Loiil i 0 I a
t on Nf.vr ont.KAN.s
Tlie Klrgimtl'MSMitgrr I'nfUt
W. tl. Miltrr ,t,.r.
Urn. Miltetilipwr Clerk.
Will mc Cairn HATUIlhAV. OCTOIlKU
I'lh, am) .Memphis, WKII.NbHIlA Y, OCTOIIKIt
t ali for the nlMiic nnd nil wsy points.
For rrrlKlit r iii(te apply nn bonnl or at tlie
ollli-!OflLill.l.ty A. Pinlllp,' wliarf-lKjiit.
I'lm Mini Wilier
Wo would Inform our many patron-,
and the publlu gonenlly. that wo have
removed our stock of groceries damaged
by tiro on the night ot the 20th of Sep
teinber to the miction lmuu of Parker &
Axley. on Commercial avenue, between
Eleventh and Twelfth streets. Theu
gooiU will be .-old at auction and private
sale tor the next ten days, atl'mluig to
(he cltl.eiis of Cairo an opportunity fo
purchase groceries cheaper than ever be
fore oirered hi this city. Many of these
goods are new and fresh, and were not
damaged In any respect. Call .and ex
amine tor yourselves. Term ol sale
strictly cah. llespoctfnlly.
O. W. WiiirLotK it Sox.
Ch.is. S. DeLay, Auctioneer. 1 0-0-1 w
I'lncOIICIiroiiinii nml Hlri-l rinlKii
lira In ir.
I will otrer tor sale at my new store 011
Sixth street, near Commercial avenue, on
Thursday evening, Oct. 7th, the linen n
ftortnicnt of Chromes and Engravings
ever offered hi thl city. They will be
on xblbilion on Wednesday evening.
Salo jiositive and without re-crve.
Dax 1I.uit.mav, Auctioneer.
Tor Hent-Honlhern Unlet.
This eligibly Mutated hotel, on Ohio
Levee, between Sixth and Eighth streets.
will be rented on very reaotiable term.
For particular apply to Lr.o Ki.kii.
F.i i- Sale.
A Xo. 1 New Trading, Boat ; counters
aud shelving ail complete; CO feet long,
14 feet beam. Will Ih; sold at a bargain
II" called tor soon. Hkniiv Saykii".
10-C 2W. 03 Ohio Levee, Caiio, 111.
A.llalley has removed to his new
More room, 1I Commercial avenue, op
polte Winter's Uloek, and next door tn
the Arati engine hou-e, where he will 1ms
nleased 10 see all his old customers and
ns many new ones. 0-30-tf.
11 Tf iih havIngcNterus needing pump
ing otu and repairing can have il done
promptly mid at prices to nlt thu times,
hy calling on .1. S. Hawkins, Cros street.
I have a man and pump employed all the
time tor the purpose. IMO-tf.
1,'Uii-. Herbert lum lII.SI'.i:it.
CSy-XX Amber and White nig stoe
envelopes aUUeHui.uvns otUe.e, printer.,
S3 Ml and SI 00 per M.
1IIU I N 1) I JCE MEN TS o"rVr'ltKI
IN CKJAItS AND TOBACCO, AT
COW l'KKTH WAI T & PHILLIPS'.
Don't Forgr! !
If you want tinware, stovesctcthal A
llallcy has changed his place of buslnes
and can now be found at 115 Commercial
nvortue, next door to the Arab engine
house, where ho will bo plea'cd to see
you and give you bargains as of old
PILSKNl'K at Louis Herbert'.-.
We have at the ni'i.LKi i.vofllco for sale
at a discount, scrip of the Madlon House,
Cincinnati, (Main, between Front mid
Second) payable In hotel accominoda
tlo'is at the rate of S3 23 per day. Scrip
Is in orders ot SI 00 each. Apply to
K. A. Hui:.ni:it.
A new Howe and Singer .suwlntf ma
chine. Enquire at the Knlletln olllce.
E. A. IU!ii.m:tt.
6firXX Vood stock envelopes at
I$1!I.li;tin olllee. $i 00 per M.
Ten iwund letter heads, lartfosUe, Car
lisle paper, rated two cent higher than
any other paper used in Cairo for print
ing letter heads-ordinary composition-
only $4 SO per thousand at UielliiLLUTiN
50,000 cuvclopcs, all grades and prices,
ust received at the BuLLi'.nx job olllce.
A Hnrc Cliitiiee.
Tho Western Tenncsscn Asricultural
and Mechanical Association, of Jackson,
Tennessee, will hold their Fourth Annual
Exhibition on the 30th to30th of October,
Inclusive, 187o, at which time there will
bo daily sales of gtock, agricultural Im
plements, etc., making It one of tlie most
Important meetings ever held lu the State.
Bring your stock and implements.
J.no. Y. Keith, Prcsldcut.
Tuos. Cl.mik, Secretary.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relic' for youtis uieu from tlio ol
feet of E rots oml Miii-en lu early life.
Mauho ,d re-torcd. IniueilluieDtR to Mar-
' rlage remoca Now method of (rout-
111 nt. New and rcniarkuhle renn-ille-.
Hooks an I Chu rs sint free, In soaloil en
vel'ites. AIiIitkh Howard Association,
vt. .11, -i . I 1 ie Ilia, rn.-mi iu'h-
tullou haUlMii hltfh reputa'on i..r, uum.r
able comfucf. aud profen'.omd skill. '
' - . . . ,
Real Estate Column
Several Rood r'artn wi 11,000 acre nl
unimproved and In Alexander joui.ly.
"Wl iter's Illock' and ' Wtnttn Itow.'
A larjfo number ol dcslrahla fUsldcr.e s,
nd ovctillcnt vacant Lots, snltaWo Tor
bit li.es- ImU'Cs and rcxldencc.
It .tiso 011 Nineteenth street, for o0, with
privilege or lesso
Winter's llloek Suitable for Hotel, Otli-
cci nr It j-lncss rooms cheap.
Tenement numbered 4, 7, S and '.), lu
Wlntei's How, f rooms each, for $10 jer
No. to, utter) 41-2 50-7 rooms.
Tnat ile liuhlc douhls Cottugo on corner
ot Till temtli nnd Washington.
Fine two story brick 011 Commcrelal av
enue, betw een Tenth and Klovenlhstr cts,
Hilt Jt.li) for Dwelling and HusIucsh.
Two houcs on Coniincrcl.M, below Sixth
s'lect, suitable for liu-hic-i iIoucs ami
Two null Houses west of TwcDlj-tte-ond
street, near Pine, it oaeh per tuontli.
Dwelling lioiiso on Tueinb, near Wal
mil, 0 rooms, for ?12 per month.
UtiilucM house on Luvec, near Llgtitlt
struct, tor ij!0 per month.
von lv:asu, on salk.
A number of Lots on Levee, ab.ne
Twelfth street, outside lire limits. Al-o
a laro number ol other Lots In dltVeteut
Land, in tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Corrects Dally hy K, M. blcanni, coniniis-lon
tucri'liunt, hecnlnry of tho t'ulru I!.anl ol
Flottr, acoanllnK to grmlc.
Cum. miAi-1. rueketl
ti fA57 'J)
i'.Vl If O
l.'uni, white, packed
limn, mt tun
Mail, s tram tlrtnl
Iluttcr, rlmlre Northern
ItuttiT, choice soutlicrn 111
Itirkcju. per ilnim
Apple, thuliv, per Inincl
Apples, rnimnun, txr hirrel..
l'liUtltH'i, irr iKirrrl
..$2 0O,n 1 cu
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Faducab, Shawncotown. Evans.
vino, iiOuiBvmo, cinamnau
and all way landings.
Tlio luirlviillfd Mc-wlifl trmr
IJii. It. Thomas ...
H 111 lcavu hvan-vlllteforrulroi'Mry MOXIIAV
ninlTiliritsJDAY ut 4 o'clock p. 111.
laaven Cairo every TUESDAY and r'ltllMY.Hl
0 o'clock 11. ni.
The flcrant cMe-wlifl ntvatner
1!l: lloWAim - Mu ter.
Wai.tei: It. 1'ESNisuioN Clerk
Will tone Kvuiuvlllc for Cairo ecry Ttft-
DAY unit nil. AY ut I o'clock p. 111
W ill huve Cuhoever.v WKUNKsDA Yaa'l AT
t;i:i. V nl 11 o'clock p. ru.
I lie elegant stdc-wlux'l steamer
.Toliv Ciotr JU.-.lu-
l.T. WlLLt.VJIi Link.
I.enve.4 KvatHville I'or Cairo every Wi:i)N"t;s-
DA Y mid MATITKADY map. Ill
l.ciHeiCiiiro every JUt'ltSHAYaiiil it'NI'AY
at Op nt
I'ach I10.1t mukidcluau coiiilcctlons ut Cairo
with Urni-cliM- itiiimcrs for rtt. Louis, Mcm-
VhUnmlNvw Orlt-an, anil ut KvunHvlue, wittt
mo r;. u. 11. 11 tor nil points Aonn aim i.u-t,
anil with tlie luhUlc Mull Stinmers I'oritll
IHiinUonthe Upixr Ohio, nllus lliroi;li iv
relpti on In lKlit nii'l pai-enKi rit lo allolnl
IriouMry Kor hnlti'T lnfiiriii:itliii npplr to
.OI MLVKIt, lMfsenRer AKiat.
.1. M. 1'HII.I.Il'S. ''C"I.
Or to (f. .1. liltAMMKIl,
Snperlntrndcnt nn' Uvnrrml Krelnlil A Brut ,
h-'j.').ly. Kvtnuvlllc lnJl-.ini.
In Ctutncery Mtiter't 8le.
Stale ofllllnoU, Ali'xaniler County ss.
la the Alexander County Circuit I'otiil,
WillUm it. Atlnrton nml John Holism vs. .Inlm
llolilin unit Marffurrt Wullacv t'Mrtitlon.
PUIII.1C notice 1 hcrrliy Blvi'ii that in pur
suance of n ilit'l't renilrrtil In tlie uljolo
vnlllltil chu.m', hi saiil e.'iirt at tlie .May tctm
lluicui, .. ii. 1-..'. 1, uomii. iiariuati masitr
In cliunceiy of salil county, will un Tuesday
the JHth ilav of Ortolicr, A. I. KA, ut the
nouroi -i o'cioi'K p, 111. or sum iiuy, ten nl puo-
lie vemliu, nl the court hniit-c iloov In the city ol
L'niro. In tulil couutv. tt. l'olluwluu eJcril
real estate, to-wjti ihe south half of the north
east 1111 irter of section tiu'iily-bvvvu (;") , town.
snip tuinn (ij), auttta ninK iiuniDcr iwu 1 1
west of the third prlnrlpul meridian In tl.c
county of Alr.Minilrr ami SUtcof Illinois, to
Ki'lher with Ihu tenements anil lirmlllamciiH
tliereunto liflonslntc or thetvto appritahilni?.
TrrilH of stale tine-half ciuli In Imml hal
iinceln roe mil tw )cur, equal imyturnts,
wlili six 1 ev cent Interest cr annum ihrtvou.
ik'fvrreil .a) incnU to he fccaml hy moruac
oil the property Kilil
CalM. ininoU.. l..endh. tsn.iA v
Muster la ( Imni i-ri
Linear A Ijiimleu. C'onipUlnaiiH' solicitor,
Corner Washington At. and 14th Strcut,
OPEN EBOM5 TOO P.M. DAILY.
Olt the )ceilycua- ot Benjlnol wiuwirss.
J.0l lUUOOOU VIU Ull MUWIuria uiuuku.
ou by iuillscrvllout or ucw.
lias the luKtvil leuta,
III'. K. IUI.TON A CO..
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
lullottaSoUtlUur, Oontr TwoUUt Street
mil WMhliitw Awmm,
r('ftiin t n.Um Work uprrUlly
D1VOKCK8 kfr obtotaM lor ljiil-