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ASOAt.ON LODGE, NO. 61
Knlftbtft ol Pytblas, tceeUertnr Fr.
dar night t balf-patl seven, im Oil-
' Hall .tao.ll UmtsM-Jt.
ALEXANDER LODGE, NO. 221
Indmmilitnt Order of Udd-FH
r'lowra. meeti every IburWav hllit
PsW" Mhalf-irMtMven, In tbeir ball in
Ceunaercia aveuue, octweeu aUtU aiid Eemilb
true. X J.iumtii K,U,
1A1HO ENCAMI'MKNT, 1. O. O. rM meets
Oln tM.ell.itra' Hall on the Brstan'l llilrd
. n-.vU) In every month, nt half-mat seven.
Ju It Oukixy, C. I
a c.viitui.oiMit:. Ko.in.A.r. a m
lltilil rculnr coiniuuiilcatluan In Mk
7V e-mlc Hull, oirro-r .vjmmerrlal liTeuui-
' 'ami KlKhlh Mrvet, ca ll.e nec'ind Mil
ourtu Moudav ofeacb month .
Thlt ta a new style of picture now bo
In produced by Wm. Winter, the artist,
ol this city. Thre pictures are creating
much Interest In all the principal Eastern
and Western clth-. being altogether new
They are unlike photographs, being
raised and beautifully enameled over the
ntlre nurlHO-, sofi in tone, but dUtlticthi
tin lights and Muules. No out- who scca
them fall" toRilmlre thein, or to give the
artist an onlrr. Wc have been -.hown
number t' picture of well-known luilh-s
Mid gentlemen of tiie ritv, mid have no
hesitation in pronouncing them p rftetly
splendid. We would I hen-Ion advi-i nil
who take Interest in cuuh ttiMtlfn or do
aire pictures, to call upon Mr. Winter at
Lis gallery and examine hl work In thU
lew l)rancli of the --h.iiIow.capttiring nrt
Laul Herbert lint ll.slISF.It.
A St iri- liauce.
Tim Western Tennessee Agricultural
and Mechanical A"ociHtinn. of Jackson.
Tennessee, will bold their Fourth A a!
Exhibition on the 2fitlito30ih of October.
Inclusive, 1873. at which time there will
be dally sales of stock. a-.Tli-ultur.il lui-pleiiu-nt,
etc.. making it one of the iiumi
important meetings t-vrr held in the State.
Bring your stock and Implement.
J.so. V. Kkitii, President.
Tuos. Cloik, .Secretary.
lVrsnn having cl-tcru needing pump
ing out and repairing can have It done
promptly and at prices t Milt the time,
by calling on J. S. llawMu-.. Oritr.et.
I have a man and pump employed nil the
time lor the purpoc. P-in-lf.
i:vcrjody to knor tbut .h place, to get
A rlUO-itll s!mc,
A pn"l oh.illii'oo,
A fa'bl- liable hair-cU',
Or :iny!i 1 that line,
Iii at ilia IIIUMi O Tint. llARl-r.lt-Sit
I-, corner laihlb and Coiniii rciul.
'JB-tl J. (lEOltllK hTKINHOl'Sr.
ril.ftr.r.Rnl l.nila llrrn-rri.
C Dr. Sherman, the great Special
ifit..V5 North H.Mh Mf.et. h:i? "allied an
enviable n-putaiiou In the 'pei-dy manner
in mIiIcIi bo tn-HlH all chronic rilteui-.
mlvertUi-meiit for liU-in- rtv.UllliW
Erudlcaior, lnibtrtd by the medical fa
culty everywhen-. IMS-iyr.
n I Ire of It'liimul
C. Koch Inn removed bl boot and
fclioe ilmp from tbu ohl tuiid to lil
new brick building (oun block Im-Iowj.
Nil 90 Commercial avenue, betmen
Filth and tlxtli ttreet-.-. uhen- Lo will
keep ibv l iH liou.e imilleHlidSt. I.oul
cu'tom made boon and Mioe, made of
tha Ln-tt mnterial ; good uorkmuiifhlp
and in the laten Mylc. All ord'-i
promptly attenilcil to. 0-23 tt.
PILriENKK at LouU IkrbertV.
To the 'IIUriia or t'lilru.
I wntilil liitarni m mny Iru iuU. tli:it I
im ttlll I the .action tiu.ui' mid rexl
Iitstteml tu alleal-'K that may .iur. . M
loct; exeiiuici 111 lliln tilla.lri-x-li uiln IK
comiut'nt-l l no i rime 'i ..ntypar.i
ami p.irtlf tntn rtlni; niieU't'1? uij o n
C1 uu be alula n- I Hin'mi "i-ulb'' i r
novbclntb bmiui-r. -
S ci I utiKtiitun Kiven to.r?l r-Uto "tul
oui".or ale-, u I b net tr mime limit
Ibj; a raltf. I) Hai-TMaN, Alli:linlie r.
Corner ilxtni-trtct and .'oniinen-.ini Av
Delirioii--lllAtU'i:it-'ii( Loilii Her
- .1 No. I l.iiitixlry .
It .uow concii.itd tliui Mm. Colciiimi,
til 1 uin li-. . t' Full tn alnct. In
tween 'Vi-Uuit hi AO ai.ii-rcl lavt-nuc-,
hmonco t'lo b at o dlk-tcil UtiMilry
tabl clim n tbu clty.uiul l.iullunl- ol
hotel- ami boarding tiouun ..ill lli.il li to
their SihaitHi-u to cull upon her
Her 'rices aro us tolloAs: il til and
boarillng'lioiiio wadilng, Tft cciiih pir
dozen. Fot piece worlt r ces an
a tollown Shm'iu i-blit ami c I
l,r, 10c; p-r dozen S ci ock- Gcj two col
urn, 5c; tw Iruidken-hlcK fie; vcrtt '-'Uc:
and all gentlemen'- wonr. 80c per
dnzen. Ladles' ilreb-oi-, i'i to W;
skirt-M t iO--; ilnwr-i (I to 16c; tw
pair bote cc; two co'brri 10 1 c. Kf-r lu
illci' plalu clothe ?1 iki p r tinen; lor la
dlonllne c'otU , 8' -' per ilozeii; domi
dramptlyi ami promptly dclhen-ii. Pa
tronagu solicited S-Hi-lin
A allver phiU-d No. 0 WINon Sbutlle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) llmMi.
Tallied at $85. Will Im sold nt S'2 dl--cotiut.
on good term, ami uidcrcd direct
from tin) t'aciory.
Colored and inoiinled Mum ot tiie
cltyol Cairo at S3 50 each (ball price.)
A No. 0 WINou Shutibs Sewing Mil
elilno valued at S7.r. Will bu sold at Silo
dUi-oiiut, and ordered direct from llio
A SD0 IteinlnKton Sewing Mncbliu-
$30 oli for eah, Sultiihlu tor tailor or
boot nml time manufacturer.
'Plctiircsquti Anu-rlcit" 13 niimbcri
bound In 2 volumes, lull gill Morocco;
prlw, if 10.
A etylo "R." "Clnugii. Warren &
Co.V I'nrlor Organ, right from tho fac
tory ftt Detroit. LIU price, 5300. Will
bo gold fot $200.
A now two-hope Gambia wagon.
For any of tlienbovo arilcles, apply nt
tko Bmm oiBce. E. A. JJcnstutT.
U.lTKh Or ADVrtll I SINK.
lCt"All billi ror vlvtrtLtlaa, nrt Uue nud p.i
TransUnt aUvcrllalng trill be Inserted atthx
rate of 1 CO pcrsqujie furtbe ttmt Inicittun
nud Ui cent) for tuuli (Ub.njueut oac. A liberal
tllvciutit wilt be in'ic on alaudlus cm! uitplay
Local iioticn, UhIumi or olberwlic, will be
cliar(;tdtfuicei.li per lino for the Urot au-1 llrr
ctiila rr cscb additional lmertlon, (coiiiiliug
five Hue m.d upward) n dlicouat wi 1 I c mlo
alter Iblrd lu-wiluu
Churcii, Syclety. rcjthalntid Supper notice
will only I c Iniorttd m adrertlicrueuu.
for tniertliii! ruuirst notice H io Ncllceof
nicetlnif ofaooutlM or ecm ordtr3 U) ceuu for
So adtertUemeat will Iw received at Ictt than
rArinoacuniont MB caiih-lnvurla-
bly In ttivaucc. No exceutlti.8 to this
Wc are aiilhoritt-l In itmiuiitice JOHN IH'E VC
an a cau-lldale for the office of ountv rri.urer
uu'i A...r, ut tbeeu.ulnt'NoTeiiiUre Klioii.
I biToii llci.Lr.Tl - Pi -t nnru.unce Wit. A.
IIKD.MAS a h uiidldate furlhc i.Uleenf i ountr
lieuaurer and Ait'jr at the t lulling Nottu.
W'k arc i.utliotlihl to annouiici JllltS' P
Ili;i. aa aeandl-latr F.r .(juniyTrtMUrrrutthc
Vfeare auih-jtlrnl to unimuti e lha tiini-nf
iit.uuur. . -. :.im j.s or iclxi. a- a can-
illlaielrtht offlrei.f i unly oinrntiilontrof
lAiexjunercouniy ui ine cuauineieciioa.
FIJI DA V, OCTOIJEli 15, 1875.
I.oral IVrnlln-r Iteporl.
CAtuo, ILL., Oct 11,175.
Uab. I Tu
W'tuo I Vet. I Wlajii
A r'oolt Wiiiiteil.
A good cook wanted Imiihdlalely at
the Ht LLi;riN olllce.
Mr. Carpenter Is very tick.
No arre-t win made by the
on Wi-diie-day night.
Choice cranberries at the
-The rain of yesterday did not last very
long. Mote U looked lor.
-Olllcer Sargent i rick, and unable to
itleiid to his police duties.
-Di-puly Juibr .McCarlliy has no
bourdcM lit tlie calaboo-e.
I he AlcxHiutcr County Hunk lll
im lillerr-il oil iliiisll in I lie sn-
-It will i-ooii be time tor tho wintir
revivali to begin.
The Gooe I'ond road i now tiie b-t
road to Mound City.
Jailor Dick Fitzgerald is taking a few
ays' ri creation In Michigan.
-The cotton pickers are still returning
from the South.
Those who need winter boot. should
ill on It. Jones, Commercial avenue.
I stock ot Frvticli una Uomc-tlu calf
kins h the best In the market.
Judge Bird did no buslne
police court yesterday.
torn fodder is plenty and cheap.
The ini t nre full of It i.-v ry day.
The "Skiduioru Gturd-" 1- now the
coinle rung among tho young ladle- of
MrO. W. Whltlock Is repairing the
damage done hU -tore room by (lie late
For cork-Roled boot or shoes, go to
It. Jones, i he Commercial itw-nuc boot
and choc maker. He i- a drd-class work
man and never fall k to plea-e.
Mls .Mattie Go-r. ol Kalamazoo.
Michigan. Is In the city vUlliug her sUter
Mi. A I. Sloo.
The cottage lately occupied by Mr.
Gah. on Twentieth street, is now under
A party ot Calroltes will leave- tor
I'aducah to-liight, to lie present wlieii I lit?
big races coiiiu otl ut the lair to-morrow.
Mr. I.ohr has not yet puccccded in
recovering III- wagon and barnc- wbicii
were lo?t by the- drowning ot ills team
on Wediierday morning.
lilggV eiiilgr.inis came to Cairo In-t
iilgbt.aud will go to Texii' from thi
point over the St. Louie, Iron .Moiiulalu
and Southern railroad.
Mr. Warner, advance agent of
Milton Noble's thcalriciil troupe, uni en
gagid yenieiday in billing the city. He
pill up expensive paper.
"Dnley, littsth- round and get fifteen
cent-; I waul to go to New Orleans,'' i-aid
u traveling boot-black to hir. German
companion, on the levee the other day.
Mr. I,. Lamb, who lull Cairo some
six weekh ago lor a trip through Texas,
h;t returned, lie reports liiL-inos and
"things" in Texas in a stagnant condi
tion. Mr. Myere, tho .Mound City brewer,
who wa MTioiisly injured by bciiijr
thrown Hum his buggy while reluming
to hie homu tioui Cairo, is Improving rap
Idly. Col. C. W. Kidder, general agent of
Hotbcblld ic Co's ltoal Victoria Menag
erie and Circus, is in the city making
in rangi menu lor the advent ot their
gi eat bhow in Cairo, on the J7ih iut.
ihc Colonel iseoiilldeut he rcprcteiils llie
bent traveling bhow in the world, ami
the only one that po-csi-e.s a genuine
'1 ho advertising wagon ot tho lloat-
ing Association, driven aboul tho Mivets
yeetcruay, aiiracieu u.-iiMue.-.,. '";"-'
tu.n. u war inj iiu,, ...... v
cards of many ot our uiuuieas men
Yesterday closed cloudy and eold,
nfieru slight tall of rain in tbu attei iioon.
A rain of ten hours' duration, to replen
ish Urn dry cisterns, would bo welcomed
iivm,,.,. ...!,!,... h.,r..r,t hv tb
owm-raof water-carts, who have' been
driving a brisk trade for tho nasi two
New hams and breakfast-bacon at tho
New York Store.
Tlkud lending to Parker's ware
hom, oRivcntj-'elhtli stret, ha b.ccu
undergolug n-palri nt the expense of the
Illinois Central rallioud company, and Is
now in ilrM-class condition..
Deputy Sheriff hetliati has fifteen
pnsoiitri1 under his care at the county
Jail, notwithstanding n gem-nil clfanlng
out of that institution was made by tho
last term ol the circuit court.
Flue, tieut mid RtylUh box-toed
atitcheil boots and shoes are made
i'-eelaltlcs by It. Jonci, tlio Commercial
uveiiue boot nml lioe manufi-eturer.
Give lilm a call.
In tlis ubtiice of Jailor Fitzgerald,
Deputy Shcrlll John ftheehan h looking
aftt r the wellare oftbe county jail, which
In-titittlou, we dare (ay, lie will keep in
tlret class order while under hU care.
County Clerk Lynch nays the mar
riage license branch of his business has
fallen otT to u very great extent during
the past mouth or tw o. He thinks that
an liillatlun of the currency would make
the bu-liicss much better.
I'anlea who wish to attend the Pa
diicah fair, can gecun passage from Cairo
on the Jim Flsk fur the round trip for
two dollars and tlfiy cents. For ticket
applvtoJim Uiggs, at Ihc office of the
St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern
railroad company. 1U-12-U
The four gentlemen, ol whom we
Fpokeii day or two aiuce. have all an.
pounced thcnm-lvcs through the UL'llk
tin iw caiidldate3 for county trcatircr
hiiiI a-Jcor. Opinions n to the chance'
of aiicce.'i of the several candidates ale
John Keevo is nut for the office of
county trcanin-r and awesor. K eve is
couliileut of bis nblllty to come out of the
contet with the trcasurershlp under bis
thumb. lie has the entire membership
of tin- Taylor Literary Club at his hack,
and with tills body tn aid lilm, lie Is Mtrc
J. Uurger & Co. have now on linnd
the most elegant stock oi 2 ami 3 button
Kid Gloves ever brought to tills city, and
are determined to cell them at remark
ably low figures.
The members ol the Episcopal church
congregation, we lire Informed, are get
ting ready to give a grand festival in De
cember, which will b- made one ot the
larget and grandest event ever under
taken by them. The teitival will take
place about two weeks before Chrhtmas.
Yesterday morning, while Mr. Munn,
foreman of the Uox and Basket factory,
wa-i at work with the machinery, one ot
the puliey- of the machine lie was work
ing hunted, a piece of the pulley strik
ing lilm hi the right brca-t, and Inflicting
a mtichi- wound. He vn taken to hi
home, where It i i-aid lie will be confined
fciri-cvcral weeks fiom theeftects of the
L. I). Akin & Co. Harness and Mil.
die-, collar-, whip', etc. Those favoring
us witli ibeir patronage will llml a com
plete I. nc of goods Iroill Which to relict
at bottom prices 105 Commercial avenue.
He pairing done and second hand harness
for wile. 10-13 It
Owing to the illness of the Itev. JXr.
Gllbtrt, he will not lecture before the
Library Association next Tiie-day night,
ii iiiiuiiiiiail u tew ihiya ago. There
will Im! im tectum on Tuct-tlay night, but
one week from ilmt evenlnir. Mrr. l)r.
IVarilni-r will addles- the people, at the
IVe-bi leilau cbuteli. Rev. Air. Gilbert
will 1-dure on thi evening of tin- 23d of
To-night tin Cairo Boating Apsocia
tlon will play "Ca-te" and "Harlequin
Jackanapes or ihc Trials of Simple Si
mon." lor the benefit ot the Library As
sociation. The members of the Boating
Club have given much time in prepar
ing tor (he event, and will give- even a
more creditable, il po--lb!e, entertain
ment to-night than on the former pn-seu-tation
ot "Cate." Ui-er'ed seats for
tbU evening's entertainment can bt had
at llnrtmaii's without extra charge. A
full house should greet them.
Itcineinber the grand ball ot (lie An
cient Order ol Hibernians atSeheel's bull
on the IStli Inst. A good time may be
Some time ago, a man named A. M.
Peiiticld regl-iered nt tin Planters'
Hoit-e, from St. Louis. After he bad
been in ('alio u lew days, be forged a
cheek for M-veniy seven dollars, signing
Mr. llin I'ncrV name to the paper, on the
Alexander County Bank, on which lie
drew the money. He was arrested ami
I- now in the county jail. He will be
given a hearing on the return ot Sheritf
Irvln. Pciitleld says he Is a school
teacher, and mat ho was on his way to
Tenm-M-e when the torgery occurred.
He w ill likely change his mind and go to
To the frmle.
Choice line of cotl'ee and sugar just In,
at tho New Yoik Store.
Fred. Ivochler will today kill the- prize
beef of the Charleston (Missouri) lair, and
have the meat for sale at his shop to
morrow. She Is n two-year-old heifer,
and weighs tlettn hundred pounds. Think
of It! A two-year-old eleven hundred
pounder, to be cut tip into roasts and
steaks, the richest, juiciest and tenderest
ever reen, and to ho rerved up on Cairo
tables for Sunday dinners. Go early to
day, leave orders and secure a piece.
Tlio Very Bent.
It is now conceded by those who know,
that Anthony Kraus of the Excelrlorsa
loon, corner of Fourti enih street ami
Washington iiveiiue. spreads lunches that
moult he excelled. His saloon is becom
M; tl popular place of leiort; it Is tasty
aml ,.., ,is Ihpiors mo llrst-elass. mid
.1.ll.,..1,KlUCM,iuiueM w lhii due cour-
lery. Ho will spread another lino lunch
Saiuiday night, big enough for all who
may huiior lilm with u call, and he wants
nil to come and partake of It.
1 w Buckwheat Vloui
lor sale ut tli Jew York Store.
self-rising buckwheat flour, in boxes, tor
, iamlly use
Trimmed nml untrlmmad hats, wrap
pers and dresse?, mid In fact everything
In that Hue can bo found ut the lowest
rate nt Uellbrou A WttU's. .
uotlerjfuliiK n-palrsnt "tho expense of the CITY COUNCIL rc'ty fit C.Mro. after 30 il.vV nnf. l,,vlo I .a..t-.M a " Bk
MKtit.ir .n.-eii,.K Ttivreot.
, Council Cuamdcii, 1
CaMO, Ills., Oct. 12, 1870. J
Prcicnt Uls Honor Mayor Wluterand
Aldermen lialllday, Lancaster, Nellls,
Parker, Patlcr, lillteiihouse, Thlstlewood
Ou motion ot Aldcrmrm Pntlcr the
reading of the minutes ol the last meet
ing were dispensed with mid approved.
Tiie Committee ou directs reported
upon the petition of sundry property
holders asking for sidewalk ou Sycamore
street, recommending the granting of
Ou motion oi Alderman lialllday re
port ww received and the Ordinance
Committee Instructed to draft an ordi
nance in accordance therewith.
The Street Committee also reported
upon the disposition made of the gravel
ui their hands, presenting sundry bills
for cost and distribution of same, which,
ou motion of Alderman Thlstlewood,
vus referred to Committee ou Claims.
The Committee ou Claims, to whom
were rcleried the following bill;, re
ported the same back rocouiiuciidhig;
payment thereol, as follows :
Li-,d Siiillh. removal ot a cowa
il. il. UiacK, ultuiiiey's tecs
ileury Brow ii. removal ol dog....
it. tl. luuuiiigiiaiu, rent ot council
Cairo Bulletin, contract
U. J. Uutligan, tor building sidewalk1-
II. II. Black. attorney'., fees
J.tmc 1'oAers, repairs of pick...
C. C. Gai Co., tor gas hi aireet
tamp, Sept ....
N. Hue, lumber
Hose, LooiuU 4 Co., ice forclerk'9
Win. Gart in, to 0 days' work with
team at $3 (X)
Thus. Meliaii, to 7 days' work
with team at $3 00
Thos. Boyle to 8 dava' work with
team at S3 00 ..
Mike Duggan, to 14 i.aya' work
with team at $3 Ou
D. C. Human, to 7 tUys' work
with team at $3 00
P. Cochran, to (3 dav' work with
team at $3 00
James Bos, to S days' work with
team at $3 00
Mike Galvin, to 7 days' work with
team at S3 00
1 S 00
11. Cochran, to 7J days' work
witli team at S3 00.
Patt. Klltuurthi, to a dayo' work
with team at $3 09
Mrs. Lalley, to il dayB' woil: wlih
team at ;'J 00 .'.
James Median, to 8 days' work
with team at $3 00
William Wolf, to 7J days' work
with team at $3 00
DinuN lleel.-y. to b days' work
with team at $3 W-J.
B. Yociim, to l day's work with
Pete Collie,, to J days' Work ou
rldt-walk. ai $1 i'iO p. r day
John Dillon, to 8 dajV work on
stivet- at $1 50 per day
Mike Dri-ml, to I'J day' work on
Mike Dn-cil. u 10 days' work on
Jailicr Keating, lo 12 da)c' work
Janu s Keating, to 3 (lays' work
on rl reels
Bait Cariimaii, to loj tbivs' work
Bait Cabmaii, to 8 days' work
ou drainage -
Mike Stanton, RJ days' work ou
Mike Stanton, .hi.' work on
Green Young. 7j ilajs' work on
Tim Wheeler. 7J ilays' work on
Michael Houlihan, 10 days' work
Michael Houlihan, 2 days' work
Steve Hudoii, 7 days' work ou
Mike Mahouey, S days' work on
hi reels as foreman
Ed. Morrlssey. 7 days' won on
Jerrv Murphy. U days' work on
Jerry Murphy, l!)j days' work on
William QiiIiiii, 8 tinvs' work on
John Sullivan. 8 (lavs' work on
streets 12 00
John Lane, OJ days' work on
Deuiils Cahll, 6 days' work on
Mr. Thorns. 7 (lays' work on
Patt Lnne, 7 days' woik on
Tim Hiirion, B days' work on
William W oil. 7J days' work on
Mr. slice's. 7$ days' work on
James Farn-ll. hauling 20 loads at
Pali Cahlll. hauling 7 load at 30
Pete Wulder, hauling 1 load ...
John Furgerroii. hauling 6 loads
at 50 edits
Timothy Gorman, riiperlntendent
of rtli-etr, In September
Hll-e. Loouiis & Co., Ice tor Hreet
John P. lb 1, setting grade lor
Stephen Bradley, hauling rlop In
Jiepteinber 1 HO
John Clancy, dieting prisoners hi
September, 130 ihiys 03 00
John Clancy, extra meals fur-
ni-hed prisoners 3 33
John McNulty. tiles, etc 1 05
C. M. Ileiiderron. lock 80
W. H. Y'ancy. 115 yards gavel at
00 centa 103 50
Alderman Pallor moved that there
port be received, and orders drawn on
the treasurer lor tho amounts. Carried
by the following vote:
Ayes lialllday, Lancaster, Ncllls,
Parker, Patler. Bittcnlioine, Thlstlewood
Alderman Nellis ollereU tho following
Resolved, That 'he city comptroller bo
authorized to piuelia.se Irmn Mr. C.
Tbrupp for the riun ot $25. one map
showing tlio location of tho sewers,
amount and locution of street tilling, &o.
Mild map to bo placed In the custody ot
the clerk, and to be removed trom his of
lieu only bv-conseiit ol the council.
RoiirtfTtlon adopt ,d by llio lollowlug
Ayes-Hiilllday. Lancaster, Ncllls, l'nr-
ker, Puller. Hltteiiliouse, Thlstlewood nml
Alderman Patler offered tho following
Jltaolnd, That. Inasmuch ns tho Cairo
& Vinceiines ltallroad Company havmiot
compllvd witli Ordlnmice No. 104, of tho
f .if.. AI fat.., .ft.. 4A ., . I ,
V v.mv, fuvci uuubjts I1OIIC0 ll.lVlllg
been given them, the Mayor berequeite3
to enforce said onllnnnce at once.
Alderman Thlstlewood oflercd an
amendment that the Mayor bo rcqucati d
to enforce nil the ordinances. Amend
Alderman lialllday oflered nn amend
ment that the Mayor be nllowed until
next meeting to report why he had not
cntorccd ordinance lot. Amendment
Aldcrmdn Patler called for tho ayes
and nays on his resolution, which was
adopted by the following rote:
Ayes Lancaster, Nellls, Parker, Pa
tler, lillteiihouse G.
Nays lialllday, ThlsUewood and
Alderman NellU offered tho following
ordinance, which was read, and on mo
tion of Alderman Pntlcr referred to Or
AN OltUINANcE to regulate tbcuic of steam
power on and along Cummcrcliil acnuo wlih
In l. o corrate limit- or ihc city.
Be it ontalu-d bytn clly council of tbccltyof
aecUonl. Ittballta the duly nf all railroad
ruauiug trains on siidav.iiue, lotto utteiun
lKiwerivrtho trasal ofiraln eJoniaata om
aercial avenue fr-rn the iNotth aid of
i wtutleth stmt, to the .-outh tide ot (0 Second
treel on said avenue, between the hours or
o'clock a ra. and 7 pm, of each day.
ec t. a violation of Section one (I) of tola
ordinance ihi.ll aubject the . ffenders to a due of
not leat than (40) nity dollars uor more than
two bundrett dollars for cucb and every
The State and city liquor bonds of An
tone Kraus werclircsented and read, and
ou motion approved.
The report of G. W. Henrlck, D. J.
Galllgnn and Ja3. Garland, commlssicn
era appointed to estimate tho cost ot con
structing ami reconstructing sidewalks,
was presented and n-ad, and on motion
ol Alderman Hulliday, received and tiled,
and the city attorney instructed to tile
proper petition In county court of Alex-
nnder county for ptoceedlngs to assess
the cot ot Iinproveinentsunderordlnancc
No. 11 1, as required by law.
Alderman lialllday moved the Council
adjourn to Monday evening, 18lh Inst., at
Alderman Thinlcwood stated that he
had a resolution to oiler, whereupon Al
derman lialllday withdrew his motion.
Alderman Thlstlewood oliered the fol
lowing resolution :
Rtnolvtd, That the Mayor be rcouestcd
to enforce sections two and three ot ordi
nance No. 4.
t this point His Honor requested Al
derman Ualliday to take the chair. The
Mayor then asked permission to make a
few remarks to the council upon the res
olution In question. Permission was
grained. The Mayor then nddres3cd the
council at some length upon the subject
of the resolution, saying that he had done
more to enforce the ordinance In question
than the two previous administrations ;
that he coiuldercd the oflerlng of the
resolution, under the circumstances, an
insult to the chair and should so construe
the vote of every member voting for it.
Alderman Thlstlewood said lie meant
no insult to the chair, but should insist
upon the ayes and uays upon Ids resolu
tion. Resolution adopted by the follow
ing vote :
Ayes lialllday, Lancaster, Nellls,
Parker, Patler, Ulttenhouse, Thlstle
wood and Wright 9.
Alderman Putier ofieied the following
Raolecd. That the Mayor be Instructed
to remove the track of the Cairo & VTu-
cenr.es railroad company from Commcr-
ciui avenue, as iney nave miieii io comply
with ordinance No. 101.
Alderman Thlstlewood onercd an
amendent that the Mayor be rcceueated to
remove tbe tracks of the Illinois Central
and Narrow Gauge Railroads.
Alderman Patler said ho thought tho
gontlcman out of order.
His Honor ruled Alderman Thistle
wood's amendment out of order.
On motion of Alderman Thlstlewood,
Council adjourned to Monday evening,
Oct. 18th at 7:30.
W. F. Axlev, City Clerk.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducoh.
" Silverthorne, Evansvillc,;
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" City of Helena, St. Louis,
" St. Joseph, Memphis.
" Mary Houston, New Orleans,
" Arlington, Cincinnati.
Steamer Jim Flsk. Paducah.
" Grand To vcr, Memphis.
" City Helena, Vieksburg.
" St. Joseph, St. Louis.
' .Mary Houston, Cincinnati.
' C. B. i 'hurch. Cincinnati.
lllVLIl AND W13ATIIKH.
The river last evening was 10 feet
2 1-5 Inches on the gauge, having risen
3 3-3 Inches during tho previous twenty
The weather was cloudy and some
warmer, yesterday, and a light rain lcl!
during tho afternoon.
Tho Arlington will get all the freight
she will want here.
The C. B. Church did not get away
until last evening.
Sevnr.il light tows started trom Pitts
burg yesterday on the rise.
The channel Is cutting out at Plum
Point Tho Mary Houston found 0 feet
thero coming up.
We earn with regret that Capt.
William II. Brown, the coal king of Pitts
burg, died day betoro yesterday of pant
lysis, at Philadelphia. Tho oftlee ot tho
Cairo City Coal company U deckedin
mourning its ittrlbutu to his memory.
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CAtnO, M.iTllUtSDAV EVT.NIffO.
October II, 1870.
The weather during tho week has been
cool and bracing. The sky became over
cast with clouds nt noon today and cold
rniu set In, lasting all the afternoon, with
a prcpect of continuing through the
The markets continue without mnch
change in leading article?. Flour Jim
displayed more activity and the movement
Imi been moderately heavy during tbe
last two day.-. Transactions are gener-1
ally confined to filling orders. Mixed
hay la plenty and dull, but thero is con
siderable Inquiry for choice timothy ana
none In market. Com It In light supply
and small demand. Choice Northern oats
nre firm at quotations. Meal iz plenty
and dull. Butter Is unsettled. There Is
a large stock of medium In the market,
the demand has fallen off nnd price9 nre
inclined to weaken. Eggu nre nenrce,
firm and In demand. Choice hens arc
scarce and wanted , there Is nlso a good
demand for young chickens very few
are coming in. Apples ore plenty and
IVOur friends should bear In mind
that the prices here given nre usually for
sale from tlrat tiahiti In round lots. In
tllliug onlcrs nnd for broken lots It Is neo-
eiisary to chsrge an adranco orer these
Thero ha? been more activity in flour
since the opening of the week, and large
orders are coming in. Stocks of all kind
are still ample to meet all demands. Sales
were : 300 bbls various grades, $4 50(2)7 ;
GO bbk fancy, 8 00; 4 car load on orders,
$5(27 25; COO bbls to arrive, $5 CO; 300
bbl3,.?i 25(37 DO; 160 bbls, S4 60(3.7; CO
bbli, $1 75 ; 000 bbls city, 77 60.
Common mid mixed hay is In large
supply and neglected. There Is no choice
Timothy In market. Several onlers are
held for supplies. Sales were: I car
mixed, delivered, $11; 60 bales mixed,
delivered, S1510; 2 cars choice mixed,
Receipts ore light and tho amount on
hand very email. However, the demand
Is equally small, consequently prices rule
without change. Sales were 1 car white
in second-hand sacks delivered, COc ; 1 car
white In sacks delivered, 03e : 1 ear white
in sacks delivered. C5e.
The market is steady and prices tirm
ou choice Northern which are ycr
scarce. Southern Illinois oats are plenty
and dull. Sales were 1 car No. 3 mixed
in bulk on track, 40c ; 2 cars No. 2 mixed
in bulk on track, 10Jc ; 3 oars Northern
mixed hi sack" delivered, 13c; 1 car
Southern Illinois in bulk ou track, 35c ; 2
cars Southern IUIuols in bulk nn tmcl;,
Dull and unchanged. Pieuty in the
market and only a light order demand.
We note sales of 100 bbls. country steam
dried delivered, S3.00; 100 bbls. country
steam dried delivered; 2.80.
The market rules steady and firm nt
quotations. Stocks light nud demand
fair. Wc note sales of 1 car in sacks de
livered, S10;3 cars In sacks delivered,
S15.50; 1 car in sacks delivered, $16.60.
The mnrkct Is overstocked with com
mon and medium butter. This with a
falling oil In the demand Is inclined to
weaken prices. Choice Northern butter
U UU scarce and Vn good demand.
Sales were, 600 lb cooking, 20 cents , 10
buckets, Southern Illinois, 232G ; 600
lb choice Northern, 28 ccnU ; 1001b choice
Northern, 30 cents ; 10 tubs choice North
ern, 28 cents , 8 tubs good Northern, 20
cents ; 10 palls Southern UUnoU, 2520
cents; 6 packages common, 20 cents.
The market Is still firm, and demand
although not so brisk, Is. sufficient to
dlsoose of all receipts. We note sales of
1200 dozen. 20tifctt cents; 300 dozen, 20
cents : COO dozen, 3021cents
Thero is a good demand for poultry
with very little arriving not enough to
supply tho market. Prices are steady
and firm, S3 25 for hens and $ 253 for
good young chickens.
Grapes are scarce and wanted. Apples
are plenty and selling slow. Wo note
sales ol 40 barn-Is choice apples, $2 60
3 ; 300 barrels apples ou orders, $1 753 ;
100 pounds grapes, 6c.
We noto sales of 200 barrels potatoes,
SI 60 ; 20 dozen celery. GOa.
Tho market is firm, but unsiii; i !
Thero is none offering from first hands.
Tho stock in market Is all held by Jobbers
Wo noto sales of 12 bbls at 3038cpcr
Ttil'OltTnf the condition ol tbe Aiejauaer
XV County nans, on me it
onday Im October,
Louasuu l discounts
furniture and Ustnres...... ...... .......
Hue from otber bauka and bankers.
L'aeb on baud
..... 8.000 CO
6, Mi as
7. TJI 00
Capital stock (W.ooo) paid In ...... W
Earnings " '
llueo-ber banks and lamkept
We, rreitolln Hr. Ireldut.aud H. Wells
raehler, aftbo above sained bank, do tol. nn'
awrartbat 'be above ttatement Is true. Ij i.w
U.t of our knowtedwe and WW &
II. VRL8, Cblr. , t .... .
suhicrlbul and iw orn to before me Ibis (in
day oi OcteJier. 1876. Awmn rmt.VM
,Lb received at jay ow Jwfaiuf
toura of u o'clock a. a... end a ?'!
intllMoauay, OttobtrWili. WWafJXi'
tbi MUrlilordoln ibo wor. r bU.
.Z T.,m-Hnn and rfeanttruetlOO Ol Mt
fur tbe eonitructloQ
tain aidewaUa und
dewiu forAlSo, III .
ttepiember Mb. Wi. M ""'""Xi
to'examlna ttaia ia t taRJl WK2".
Oct. "th. Iff t'lffk-
Real Estate Col
eirnl r.. .
"v av'nrnu nnerj.orioorr.-.
uuimprovea .nnus in Alexander count
........... ,, -n inter a
deuces, nnd excellent rnoant Loti, (suita
ble for bulncss homes and t-esldrncei,
Winter's Block suitable for Hotel.
Ofllcei or Buslnew rooms cheap.
Tenera-nti numbered 4, 7, 8 nnd 9, lu
WInter'a Row, 6 rooms each, for $10 per
-One-half ot No, 10, (corner) $12 60-7
That deslrabla double Cottago on
corner of Thirteenth ami Washington.
Fine two story brick ou Commercial
nvcuue, between Tenth nnd Eleventh
streets, fliiltnblo for Dwelling- nhd Busi
ness. Upper floor of building next to Com
mercial (Wnvcrly) hotel.
Two small Houe we't of Twenty
second utrecl, near Ha, 94 each per
Dwelling house on Twlub, near
Walnut, 6 rooms, for $13 per month.
Business hou.'c on Lerec, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cror", Cole
nmn ,.- Co.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
number of Lot on Leveo, nbove
Twelfth street, outside fire Units. Also
n largo numtier of other Lots In different
Land-1, in tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Largo stock ladles' furnishing good?,
to lie old very cheap nt C. Hanny's.
Don't fall to sec that handsome Hue
of Ladles' Ties and Ribbons at. I. Burger
We nre now selling bargains in
white shirts, nlso in all styles of gent's
furnishing goods. liEiuino & Wi:il.
Our Domestic Department Is complete
in all Its details, and will be sold cheaper
than ever. J. Ilt'nomi & Co.
Largo fctock of woolen goods, flan
nels, llnseys and sheeting flannels, very
cheap, nt C. llanny's.
For Embroideries and LaccS, go to J.
Burger & Co.'s, No. 124 Commercial ave
nue. Large stock clothing to be Pold out
without reserve, at O. llanny's.
R. Jones, the Commercial avenue
boot-maker, can furnish you witli the
best pair of boot3 to bo found In the city.
Ladles, misses nndchlldrcn's under
wear at very low prices at J. Burger &
Wc- received this week a largo sup
ply of overcoats of all descriptions, nnd
offer great inducements. Uf.iuiro.v &
The finest stock of dress goods, con
sistiug ot CassimcA'?, Empress Cloths,
Diagonals, Mohair.?, Poplins, at J. Bur
ger & Co.'s, 121 Commercial avenue
Large stock gents' furnishing goods
at very low prlce3, nt C. llanny's.
For great bargains. In Flaunels, call
on J. Burger & Co. Tbey bavo tho best
assorted stock in the city, and sell them
at nstoulshiiigly low prices.
We have on hand 2,000 yards oi
remnants of calico which wc ofler at sir
, cents a y anl. HuLMOH & Wsu.
Large stock dty goods, without re
serve, at very low prices, at C.llanuy'i.
It you want a good Custom-made
lady's or miss's shoo call on J. Burger
Largo stock of carpets, oil cloth nud
matting, at greatly reduced prices, at C.
A very largo assortment of German
town yarn, Bermah zephyrs, and every
article appertaining to this department
in all shades and colors, at J. Burger &
fcs7THE ALEXANDER COUSTY
BANK WILL PAY INTEREST ON
DEPOSITS IN THE SAVINGS DE
PARTMENT. Large stock of domestic prlnt9, mus
lins, and tickings, nt low price?, nt C.
J. Burger & Co. call especial atten
tion of housekeepers and those contem
plating keeping house, to their largo
stock of entirely new carpets and oil
cloths. This Is their first season In that
lino, and aro confident or suiting nil In
the latest designs.
BIG INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
iv r-iHAHS ASD TOBACCO. AT
Shawls and Cloaks of all tho late
styles ranging from the cheapest to tlio
finest. J. Burger & Co. have paid par
ticular attention to tills department, ana
are able to undersell any house In the
city. Call and be convinced.
Wo will not be undersold by any
body In tho lino or clothing, as wo oier
such bargains that will Induce the
closest buyer to purchase. Come; and
look at our stock ami be couvlnced.
IlEiumoN it Wkii, 112 and 144 Com
A series of lectures tinder the auspi
ces of tho members ol the Library Aeso
elation for the establishment of a public
library hi Cairo, will bo held alter
nately ut the Presbyterian, Methodist nnd
Chrlstain churches. Tho following la
dies and geiitlemen havo kindly con
sented to lecture, commencing:
Oct. 3, Mr. S. P. Wheeler.
13, Mrs. W. R. Smith.
" 10. Rev. Charles A. Gilbert.
2d, Mrs. It. Wardncr. '
Nov. 3, Prof. G. G. Alvord.
0, Dr. G. O. Faikor.
W, (To be MM).
Dtc;', litis Kate Thopsou.
31, Mrs. G. . AlvorU.
By order of Cucstira CoaalKW.