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ASCAt.O.N 1.0IHU1, NO. M.
KhlahW of fytliUm, iwvUcxtry Ir
ilnv nlitlit nt hall'-pant iwrn. In OiUl
Chiiiicillnr Commandi r.
iVNDF.ll I.0IK1K, N-.
cmli-nt Onh-rof 0t.J-trl-n,-l
rvrry lliursilay nlKlit
imntM'tcii, lu tlieir hull on
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rs if I'HAS I.AWK, N U
' l.MIUl KM AMI'MF.NT, I ).. F., mills
, JiiLOil.lFillnwa' llnll on Hip Unit nml thud
Inifl.i) liiexi-ry nionlli, nt hair-pan iwvrii
.Ixil II (lo-WMAN.jU F
( AlHOI.OIKli:, N0.2T7,,.K. A A. M.
lloMtirtnar rfliniiiiinieaiioiii m am
onlo Hull, lorrit-r (kjiixiK rclal nviutip
Vfiml Fluhtli tturl. on Hie minim ami
. iirth M;.,'l:iv nfi-nrli nir.nl ti .
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Mate Column
I Oil sam;.
'J'Iki south linlt of the "Pilot" hoiio nt
-llousooiiNlnth street, between Wal
nut ami Cwlar slreet, lately occupied liy
I. ScliluslDxicr, $15.
House on Txvcltth street West id Wal
nut. r rooms nml kitchen, $11.
-l!iidnesshoiio on Levcostnct, above
A good cottage on Txvi nty-Nlnth
utrcct, near Commercial avenue.
Store loom on Commercial avenue,
next to Wnxoilyhotel.ylO.
-Cottage of I rooms on Twenty-third
street, ;0. (iood yard nml cistern.
Good dwelling house on Walnut be
tween Txveiity-sccond uml Twcnty-th'rd
Store-room rorncr Txvenllcth nml
Poplar streets, ?12 50.
Store room adjoining nbovo, $.3.
House on Commercial u venue, above
Ninth street, suitable lor business and
House on Walnut street, near Ccnur
pleasant premises, $12 50.
lioiiso on Commercial avenue, near
l'Jth street. Sullahle for buluor-f and
Tenements numbered 2, 7, 8 ami
J), Winter's How. fi room each for S10
tier month. Will be put lu Nrst-caVs
Cottage on Sixth street, near Vili
Ington avenue I rooms, $7.
Store room lu "Pilot House," lately
occupied ty A. Hal Icy.
Dwelling house on .Sixth street and
Icircrsnn avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Kent low, to a good teinnt.
Storo room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 u month.
Kooms lu vailnus parts ol the city.
l.amN, In tracts to -nit, near Cairo.
Ihwlne-s lIoii"i! lately oeeilpled by
Wood I'ltti nbouH- it o., on l.eveelit
low 1 Ith stntt. Kf it very rea .unable.
-Dwelling hf'il-e, 7 nom; HI lots
eliclorcd, in good order, on Tweiitj-
fourth and Walnut Mieets. i.'ent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on wi-s.t side of Com
incrciat avenue near Fifth street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling. Kent for each, $3
Dwelling lioiiH', " ioom, on Filth
treet near Walnut. In aond repair. I'ent
$l'.'..r.O per month.
-Cottage, 2 rooms and Mlcheii,
Tweuty-llrjt strict, near Sycamnre
uoi th side. Runt $."i, per mouth.
Two mnall 1iouh, northwest corner
Fllleenth and Popul.il. Kent low.
Kiiiemcnt of brick building, west side
or Washington avenue near Klghtccnth
street, live rooms lu good condition!
J lent low.
IJulldlng on cast side of Commercial
avenue, near Tenth btrcet, suitable for
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
llulldmg on wot felde of Commercial
avenue, near Twellth street. Old "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenements, otlleei ami rooms lu vail'
ons lacations. Hunts low.
Lots ami lauds fur sale or lease.
John (.. IIah.max it Co.,
Ileal K-tate A"cnH, corner Sixth nml
Levee streets. U-l.Vtf
All Cliroiile UIspiipn t'lircil
IIY Pit. llt'lIV.
He Is located In Cairo Illinois, and i
still calling on you to healed. Why
will you die of old chronic dl.-ea-es, when
von can be cured with so llttlo coj-t or
money. Do not give It up yet, for there
Is still balm In Gllead. Calio is the
lilaeo to come, to be cured ol nil your
.lelies mid nahis.
I nm now lirenared at inv olllce to give
medicated baths, and persons wNhlug to
receive such, will call at my olllci on
Klohth street, No. 22, from thu hours ol
2 p.m. till 0 p.m. Also plain baths, hot
baths, warm baths, cold baths, or vapor
baths. Also 'peisons having the eon
sumption or week lungs, and wLdilug to
receive medicines by inhalation, can re
eelvo the treatment at my olllce, this bC'
Inir the only true way of getting medl
elnc direct to the lungs. Also I treat ills
eaicsol thu eyes of years standing, and
the blind lias been made to see by my
treatment. All diseases of thu skin
cure. Fistula cured by inn without the
uso of the knife. If you haven caijcer,
enmu ami he eiirei . All nrivatu Ul'eiUt'S
hi thu shortest time, cured hy inc. In
short, for nil ehronlo diseases ot thu lm
man svstcm. iro to Dr. llultz if you wixh
lo bo cured. 1 compound ami prepare all
my medicines at my olllce. It Is said
that, praetieo makes perfect. I havu been
tidi ly years u praet elntr nlivslelan.
All letters and c.oitiiiiiinle:itlms shall
be conlltlcntlal and proni)tly attended to
ny mo. uireei. un, umr,
No. 22 Klgutli street, Cairo, Illinois
ItibbuiiH, fniib and parasols, latest styles
mid lowest prices for sale, nt llurger &
Co'b. Also an exqulsltolot of cablimero
nnd cent tie?, lu tlio newest designs.
XVp mo nttllwit-Iml Ifi nfilWilml-p Hint I!. A. IM-
munition In an ImlrixtinVnt ItdinlilliMii i-awll-
ilutp lorMii-illT, nt the ensuing county HiyIIoii.
FOU CI I Y CI.F.ItK.
l iiiTnii I'.i i i kmn i - l'lini-allliounc tliat I nm
a lawlliliiti- lor llm nulrenl L ily ( lrrk,ul Hu-op-
l-KllKllllli: I 111' 1 Hi IIOIl XXII.1,1. IIAWHIM1.
XX'p nrpiiiillmrbiil to niinounre Iho iihiiip of
.IA.MKS W .VIKW AUi' ihh rnii-lliliile lor Hi
ollic ol Lily t.liik, nt llicriiMilii); illy lection.
Wo arc nulliotliil to niuioiiiicr llip nntru- of
H . V. AXI.I.V ma rani lil.il'- lor n-i-liTtlon lo
IliponiU'orUty flerL at Hip riifiiliig clmrtcr
W.. -r: r.llll.orllt in nllllOllllfP Jir r. .
. ! c i- ii ... .. ....illilull- lor-ll IKU
iin.T nt tlip'i'f,e""tt itinnlcllMil Uilon
ion ( rrv ATioiiNi;v.
WVnic millionpit lo iiiinoum-p tli iuiop or
i.iomu iir.Ai'lf.ntii pjiiuI ilntii lor ll-flcc-
Hon ill Hi's olllit-or Uly Attoriii-y. nttlip iiMi
lli;: tlmttir rlcclloii.
'I nc iiiulority of Hip fntMii hi ',.;'!"' V.1'1
Iidtliy ninioiiiicp Jir. .n;vi.i i " ";V'-V
UiHri'iiiillilalroi AI(Irnun of llm nl wnlt
nml will ii,tioitliliii.ittliPiiMiliiKilrpii.
HATH or AIV:itllSI.VJ.
J.-J-AII MIU for inUt rtliuiX, rc ilne uml W
ulili! I" AUVANCC
'Iranelent nilvi rlUlni? will U-IiihtIhI nt llm
ratp of II o K.riUiin; for Hip first Insertion
ami y tnU for each nuli'diuciit one A HUral
ilivuiuntwill Wmaile on Blainlliij? nu-l ilii1oy
For liifcrtlnt! mm roi nnur ! .uurcm
iiin-titiK ofocUtln or ;ri-t orJcru ' u-nt for
Kirli liinrllon .... .,
Cliurch, i-ocli'ty, rptlrnl nnn riiit noucu
will only Iw Inwrtid ai wWertlscmciits
No a'lvnth'inpnt will lie- rflTl at le than
(in crnU. ami no nurirtlsprmnt will ! InU'ttnl
fur lm limn tlinr itollara lr month
Local BuBlntBS Notices, of
tun lino or more, inaoricu
In the UuUcitln as loiiowa :
Commonco Counting at ton Llucs.
Ono lmortlon per lino 2 Cents,
Two Insertions por Una 7 Cents,
rrti..n in..., mtm nop line.... .M..riu usuih
Six Insertions Ufflr lino IB Cents.
Two weolcs por line ..- 2g Xen
Ono month per Hue JO Cents.
No Itnductlon will bo made In abovo
T1H T.SDAV. Al'ltlli 1.1. 1S7C.
I.uriil WcnOicr ltTori.
Oaiko, 111., A)ti1 lefTC.
Jl I'i7 I 05'
Wivp. Vkl, I WtATII
S I II , "
SK d Tnrat'K
p'trKeatit. Slcnal bervlc. IT. a, A.
.lust received by (joldstlne
FreOi anival ol a very large .wort
incut ot ladles' and gentV kid gloves at
.1 llurgcr it Co. :i-21-tl
Linen libre, plate llni'h, letter nml note
paper at the Itri.i.nnv olllce. llluc aim
erenin laid, below St. Louis prices.
;iisliinei', t in i s mill .-;i'lliiiL'k.
Caliiueio lace and netting, a tplendld
asiorlmeiil, certain to plca'e the ladle,
Ju-t lu, nt .1. llurger A Co. :i-21-lf
Altentloil ! Healers.
We have lour do.cn Imitation Lliony
pnigue Can-Opener, taken lor adver
il-IiiL'. which wo will .-i.'Il at two dollars
per iliicn. Impiire nt llulletlii otllce.
A beautiful line of new embioidctics
Just received by the recognized "embroid
ery house'' of Cairo .1. I!urK'",' '
lloiiH..i'eiei. AI lent loll.
Do you know that .1. llurger X, to. arc
lu tecclpt of a uiagnlllcentlliie ol carpets
and oil clothe-, all thu very lattEt styles
ami designs ? Thu liit arrival of the sea
son. Stop hi and exninlne tlieir stock.
Tills popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
-treet and Wa-hlngton avenue, Is open to
the public. Tho bar Is supplied with
pure wlni'S choice liquors and the llncst
brands of cigars.
U-25-lui A. Knof.s, Proprietor
.M t lee.
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
'inployo of Tin: IIlm.m'.iin', unless tho
same Is madu on a written order signed
by the presl'leut or secretary of the coin
puny, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe, of the company, tor any
Caiiki llt'i.i.i'.Tix Company.
Novf inber 10. Ib75. tl
For a elea.i shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to ,i.
tJcorgu Slclnhouse on Klghth street,
Alexander County Ilauk bdihllng. Ills
shop U nlwaysneat; his towels nlways
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
his tables covered with tho latest dally
papers, lor the beneiltof his ciHtoiuers.
(icorgu l.altner, proprietor of thu New
KxceWor Saloon, Commercial avenue,
three doors below Sixth street, Is bound
to became thu popular tcsort of thu city.
This morning at 10 o'clock ho will Inau
gurate a uuw feature lu Ids lluu of hiisl-
nets, to-wit : Hu will resumu speclu pay
mentpay out silver lu making changu
A frcu lunch every morning at 10 o'clock.
Thu bar li slocked with Pilsner beer, and
thu best ot wluos, liquors and cigars,
(live thu Kxeelslor n call-It I- thu place
lor thu best beer, and hard money, tf
Si.f. Kocii. C. hqeh, at his shop and
storeroom, No. t'O Commercial avenue,
has for salu a stock ol boots, nml shoes 01
his own inako : alio a large slock of St.
Louis custom made boots and shoes. Ho
keeps tho best material and is up In nil
tho latest styles. Ills Ills am perfect, and
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Glyo him 11
Fifty cacn of ohoj'.i Jitit lu and lor ale
low, nt the New York More. 1-S-lOt
flic luncrnl ofthc child ol Mr. nml Mrs.
1'atrlck h'enncdy took place yesterday
Two furnhhed ri)om; apply i:ijhleenlh
and Commercial iiveiiue.
Idl-lwd. Mih. W. V I'nciiim.
.Mr.'. Iluiry I'arN.ol Del roll, .Mlehluti,
U hi the city vliltliiB her daughter, Mrs.
10 hales ol l-l mii'lln "n at the New
Vork store. Al-o 10J0 pieces ol prints".
choice styles at 7 nml S cents per yard,
retail I l-H-IOtl I'atii.u A, Co.
Mr. .lohn Ciowly. trnvellnjj ajjent lor
llalllday llrother?1 St. .Johns fait tnlne,
U In the city paying hU friend and rela
tive here u Miort vllt.
While good ami llnui?. Inchidiug nil
klniU of white wear for eulU for ladles
end chlldieii, nt llurgcr Co'n. Tin:
price, of llu'vo gootta are extremely low.
ami the tock U :i most attractive one.
Iliii'riili lor IIhIiIpn.
Hltt ping carriages and preainhulators
for hahles ol all sl.e.. at prices ranging
from $S SO to$25, nt Win. Kfchhotrs fur
nlturc lactory, coiner Seventeenth ntrect
ami Wnthliigton avenue. l-ll-lm
A meeting of colored voters will be
held at I'hlllU' hall to-night, to talk over
thecour'uto puMiio at the polls on next
Tuesday. Ills expected the meeting
will bo largely attended.
eiil' FiiriiMilmr fiiioiU.
.1. lluriror & Co.. have added to their
stock this .prluir one of the llnct .elec
tlons ol gents' furnishing goods ever
brought to till city. Gentlemen nre In
vited to call and examine goods More
lluckbcer at the
llurger it Co. have a beautiful assort
ment of dress goods ot nil Kinus, aim
silks, summer silks as low a sixty cents
inryard. These nre splendid bargain.
Call and sec them before the rush.
Ladies' linen and alpaca suits, bcautl-
tully made and MylMdy trimmed, for
sale at .1. llurger it Co's. These suits
are selling as low as material can be
bought In this city. Call and see them.
It should not bu forgotten that on one
week Irom Saturday, Kothchild it Co.'.s
Koyal Victoria Circus and Mcnagarle
will give their tlr-t exhibition lu thlselty.
The show has been entirely reorglnlzcd
for the summer's campaign, and a good
peformance 1" offered.
Auollirr t'linillilnle for Alilvriiimi.
A prc?ure has In-cn brought to bear
upon Mr. .lohn (iiaduey. lo cuter tin
contest for a scat lu tho city council,
from the Third ward. The race It is
thought between Olndney and Wright,
should the hitter stand for re-election,
will lie close. It is said that Mr. Glad
nev will carry with him tho bulk of tho
The Sorlllble To-Mtflll.
The ladles of the Methodist church
give their regular sociable at tho parson
age. Eighth slrcct. this evening, lie
frcshinents of Ice cream, cake and other
delicacies will bo served. Good music
will nl'o be ono of the features of the
evening. All are cordially invited to at
The town Is still Infested with a lot ot
putty thieves', who ply their nefarious
trado successfully whenever they make
an effort. On Sunday night the hotel of
Mrs. Gall'ney,oii Commercial avenue, was
entered, tho thieves carrying away with
them several tahlo clothes, n castor, and
a line bonnet worth fourteen dollars.
Olllcer Wooten, who has been taking
caro of a couple ot small pox patients ut
thu pest house, after becoming convinced
that they were entirely over thu disuasc,
set them at liberty on Tuesday evening.
These were thu only cases of this disease
lu the city, and Wooten says ho does not
think there will be any more, If the pco
plu will hu cautions.
A 4inml CciiU'iiiiiiil Ot'lcbrHlliiu.
The lire companies ol this city ara talk
ing of n grand Centennial celebration, to
bo held on tho Fourth day ol duly next.
All organizations and societies of thlsand
ndloluliig towns nnd cities, will bu invited
to take partlntho demonstration, nml a
big time wilt bo made of lt. Committees
have already been appointed to prepare
for thu event.
I'plHf o-iiil i'liui -li To-Day.
Divine service will bo held this
(Maundav-Thursday) evening at tho
Episcopal church at 7:110 o'clock. The
Holy Communion will bu solemnly cele
brated in commendation of Its Institution
by our Mossed Saviour, "on tho night In
which hu was betrayed," to which
christians ot all denominations are cor
oi.i nun iiier.
Old Dan Itluo, wilh a herd of educated
liorscs, goats and other animals, will pay
us a visit to-morrow. Hu says hu has
thu most wonderfully smart lot of brutes
ever exhibited. Among the great fca
lures ol his show l the remarkable blind
horse "Excelsior." Wo do not know
what other groat features Dan may have
in his "college of brutes." but to ho al
lowed to witness tho nerformanecH of
('Excelsior" alone Is worth tho price ol
Chief of Policy Oossmnii, alter thor
oughly lmuilrlng Into the ease of Charlie
Klmorc, the news boy, arresicu on mis
plclon of being the party who attempted
to rob the till ofllarclay llrotlier's store,
and then cut Mr. .McDonald, the clerk
who gave chase, was discharged on Tues
day night. Klmorc proved very clearly
that thu hat captured was not ni, ami
otherwise convinced the ollloers tli.it lio
was notthi! guilty one.
Win. i:ichlioll-haJU't lllled his warc-
hoii'eaud factory, corner of lith street
and Washington avenue, with the
largct stock and most complete variety
of furniture ever oflercd in .the Cairo
market. He means bulnes., and will
sell lor enh only at rock bottom llgures.
It Is only necessary to examino ms stock
and prices lo fatWfy yourselves as to
quality ami cheapne". ami that hoio Is
the time to buy. -i2 lm
Itiickbcer at the
Ureal llntiUrupl Nitle.
Nowlsyolirlast chance to get your
goods at ies than cost, as I have bought
the whole bankrupt stock of Hellbron &
Well, consisting ol dry goods, votlnna,
clothing, etc., at such low prlo.s that en
ablcs mo to give everybody bargains that
will satisfy even tho hardest customer
I will continue thu business at the old
stand ot Ilcllbron it Well only lor thlrly
days loiiircr, and nil thu goods must be
sold within that time on account of re
moval. He on hand in time, before all
the bargains arc gone, as I mean busl
ncss. Solomon Pai!i:ip.a, ol Ciu.
l-5-1m 1 12 Commercial avenue.
WI111I It Will Vntt to lllt 11 Fulr. nml
Ilnw II "III lie IKine.
The conviction Is growing upon the
people of this city that we should have n
fair association ; and a number of gentle
men who are most Interested, have, set to
work to ascertain what amount of money
Is required to secure grounds, put them
hi condition am) oiler premiums that will
Insure a successful exhibition. They
have come to the conclusion that Irom
three to live thousand dollars will accom
plish tho entire business. Upon Inquiry
as to where suitable grounds could be
found nnd what they would co-t, thu gen
tlemen were pleased and greatly en
couraged by tho Information that grounds
would lie lea'ed them lu tho upper part
of town for ten years for little or noth
H;g. If proper encouragement Is given the
gentlemen who arc talking the matter up
they propose organizing a stock coni
pauy, with a capital stock of live thou'
sand dollars. These shares will be
sold to our citizens, or whoever may wish
to Invest In tho enterprise, which cannot
fall to be a success.
To lit the grounds it Is estimated will
cost Irom one thou-and to Fifteen hun
dred dollars, which will leave a balance.
provided thu stock Is all sold, oflhlrty
llve hundred dollars to bear the expense
of nn exhibition, and lor this amount u
most "excellent ill-play can bu made
Let all who nre solicited. lend n helping
hand to this new enterprise.
Kemciuber Dan I! lee nml hNgivnt
Special bargains In muslins at Gold
stluo it Kosciiivatcr's. 3-20-tf
Dan lllco exhibits, his college of edu
cated brutes in Cairo to-morrow.
Tobacco sale to-morrow morning at
the Planters' Tobacco Warehouse.
A splendid selection of cheviots just
received at Goldstlno it Koscnwater's.
Attend the Methodl-t sociable at the
residence of tho Kev. Mr. (illlham, to
night. Mr. M. .L McGauloy, wu uru told,
will be n candidate tor alderman In the
Pilsner lluckbcer at tho Thalia
At tho rate the rivers are '.falling, it
Is thought the sewers can bo opened
-Pilsner ltuckbeer at tho Thalia
-Dan Rice nnd his trained horses, and
other animals, the greatest circus trayel-
g, In Cairo to-morrow. One day only.
Pilsner lluckbcer at tho Thalia
There Is a rumor alloat that lllako
will not bo a candldatu for Treasurer.
Wo think this Is a mistake, but wo don't
know. Hols not communicative on tho
-Pilsner lluckbcer ot tho Thalia
Mr. Stocklleth Is making quite n stir-
among tho voters ot tne city, nuwns uui,
011 Tuesday night with a number of his
friend-, who made tho rounds of tho city
lu his behalf. Tho race between Jlr
Stocklleth and .Mr. Mako will be warm
wanner than most people expect, it Is
A No. I l.umnlry.
It Is noxv conceded that Mrs. Coleman
thu laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
txveeii Washington and Commercial nvej
lines, has 0110 of the best conducted hum
dry establishments hi the lty, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
tlud It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices nre as folloxvs ; Hotel
and boardhig-liouse xvasldng 75 cents
per dozen. For plccu work prices are as
folloxvs: Single shirt and collar, lOo; per
dozen. bOc ; socks, 5o ; txvo collars, 5c
two handkerchiefs. 5o: vests, 20o; and
all gentlemen's wear, SOe. per dozen
Ladles plain calico dresses, 25c: calico
dresses with extra trimming, Mta; while
dresses, $1 25u; ladles' uiidurware, line
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. l-2.ni.
limine t'llrliioliililf IIiioiIm.
'lids department at J. llurger & Co.'
storu on Commercial avenue, contains n
stock of table Uncus, towels, napkins,
marsulllesfiullts, etc., etc., which will do
light tho eye of every housekeeper,
Thcso goods aro ollered ut panio prices
and xvlll go oil" Ilk" hot cakes.
Coini it, Ciiamiikii, Uaiiio III , I
April lllli. 1. S
Present Ills honor Mayor Winter; and
iVlderman llalllday, Patlcr, Parker, Thls-
tlcwood, lllttcnhou.e, Satip, nml Wright
On motion ol Alderman llalllday, the
reading ol thu minutes ol the last meet
ing was diqieiised with, nml the minutes
The report of Lt. F. Illake, city treas
urer, lor .March, was pre-enied ami rcau.
ami 011 motion of Alderman Wright, re
ceived and ordered llled.
1IIF. IIOAItl) OF IILAl.Ttl
made the following report, which, on mo
tion of Alderman llalllday. was received
and approved, nml the hills thereto at
tached rclcrrcd to the Committee on
Cairo, 111,, April llth, 1-Tfl.
To Hip UtY t.ouncll of the CllyofCuiru-
GESTi.i'.sir.x The undersigned com
mittee ot thu Hoard of Health beg leave
to maKo thu following report : On the
22d day ol March wu weru uollllcd that
theru wa a siigni eu-.u 01 small pox m
thuhou-e commonly know 11s the Flat
Top, and which was occupied by six
colored lamilies. e iiniueiila.eiy can-en
thu rooms hi which the di-easu wu to be
Listened up, nml two policemen detailed
by the mayor, one by night and ono by
day, to prevent any one from having au
cess to same. On tho 2 Ith. a violent ca-u
was dUcocred upon the streets, when
we deemed It expedient for the public
linleti . lii nm. 11 tin. small no hnanltiil.iilid
remove the case? thcteto, which was done
on the following day. having thu vacated
premises thoroughly cleansed and fumi
gated. Thu two cn-os having fully re
covered, wo discharged the same lids
day, and after thoroughly cleaning, put
ting shutters to the windows or the house
for protection, have closed the same.
The expcne attending tho running or the
same amount to $.12 23, a per bills at
tached to this report, and recommend the
SAiuo lor payment. We congratulate thu
city upon tho cheapness of handling the
disca-e, and the clilzcns upon the com
plete removal of 11 from their midst ; all
of which we rcspcctiuiiy submit
0. O. PATir.it,
W. P. Wittoin.
Hoard ol Health.
sr. MAIIV'.S PAItK.
i'hc Street Committee made tho follow-
big report :
To the .Mayor ami ( ity Council.
0i:nti.lmi:x: 1 our Street Committee,
being Instructed by resolution of your
honarable body to ascertain tho eost of
tran-plantlng ami boxing two hundred
shailu trees in St. Mary's Park, would
beg leave to make thu following rcpoit:
We have received two bids, herewith
-ubinlttcd, onu Irom .lohn Stevens ami
Anthony Hopkins propo-lug to do the
work for onu hundred and fifty ; thu other
bid from Milton .lenklns. nlo nronoslu''
to do the work'.for the same amount. Vour
Street Commltlcu would therefore recom
mend that they bu authorl.ed to contract
lor transplanting one hundred trees to bu
done at as early a day us pos-lblo under
thu supervision 01 some competent per-
oil empioyeu uy sain committee.
.N. li. i ins 1 u:vooii,
C. O. PATlF.lt,
( oin. on Streets,
Alderman llalllday moved the report
0 received, and tho eommiltce author
ized to arrange with somu competent per
son for transplanting luo trees in St.
Marv'e Park ami boxing same. Motion
arried by the lo towing vole:
Wes-Halllday, Parker, Patlcr, Kit-
tenhou-e, Thlstlcwood and Wtlght 0.
Nays Suup 1.
Tho Committee on Claims to w houi was
referred the following bills repot led tho
ame back, recommending payment Ihcit-
of, as follows :
Ilenrv Winter, mayor, salary.
.March f 11 lu
W. F. Axley. clerk, salary March 75 00
It. F. Make, treasurer, salary
March l 00
John II. Gos-inan, iiiar-hal.salary
March 7r 00
1. C. L'lHuc. A.Cain, . ooteu,
Henry Sargent. U in. Brown, M.
O'Malley, pollcu constables,
each I ! "0 00
I. .1. Mrd, P.M 25 00
F. llross. P.M 2" 00
Hough and Keady l ire Co., one
(iiiarler's allowance 10 April im 00 uu
Arab Fire Co.. same 00 00
Hibernian Hre Co., same 00 uo
Delia City Flro Co.. same 00 00
It. 11. Cunningham, rent of coun
cil chamber i. uo
Cairo Hi'i.i.r.TiN, proceedings etc.,
in .Mareii m o
Ins. ltoss.coal for lall "II
, coal for police depart-
las. l!o-s. coal lor clerk s olllce...
lerrv Murphy, xvork on old levro
.. . . . 1. ,. 1 1
tiasninan, woik on wu lutcu...
M. Drlscoll.work 011 old levee
las. Harrington, xvork oil old levee
I). Foley, xvork 011 old levee
Ilalrd, Sr.,xvorl: on old lovee-..
Hidrd. dr.. xvork on old leveu...
lohn Clancy, jailer, extra meals...
lohn Clancy .dieting prisoners
M. E. Powers, hauling dead coxy
Peter Conly, xvork 011 sidewalk...
I). McCarthy, days xvork xvitli
D. .McCarthy, U days work with
lall gang lu l-etmiury
his. Farrell, untiling 11 load
T. Gorman, Superlnlcndant 01
C. W. Wheeler it Co.. coal ami
xvooil lor pest House
Cairo lli'Li.FTiN, letter heads ami
enve ones or C I Ct Ol pOIICU
Win Wolf, groceries for pest houso
11 11 Hinek.eltv nttornuv's fees...
.las O'Dounell, hauling dead cow
to Mississippi river
las Shelten, removing coal
N Klce.luinber, eto.,lur pest iioue
l.'ntn Ilni1.tl tttll'ft tl
7. V llally. work nt pest house......
1 1 .1..,, nvklni' the
1. llie.11 iv 1..IUPUI.I,, .v. o . ..
On motion of Aldei niaii Patlcr the re
port was received, and tho bills alloxvcd
by tho folloxvhig vole:
Ayes llalllday, i-arwcr, rauer, iouup
house, Saup, Thisuuwoou aim iinum
nn: um-oiii' of i nr. fi.vanct. commii 11:1:
for .March xvas presented and read, and
on motion, received and ordered tiled.
THU OltlH.VANCK commu-ilk.
Thu Ordinance (jouimlttee, to whom
xvas referred llm petition ol das. De.Molt,
manager of Kothchlld's show, reported
iaf k. recommuiiding tlmt tho
prayer of tho petitioner bu not, gntijtcd,
On motion of Alderman Wilght the re
port xvas received ami the rcconituciidu
I Inn c'nncuried ill.
Tho Ordinance Committee to xvhom
xvas referred "an ordinance to acute the
olllcfof ilty rompl roller," reported the
same back, recommending thatactloa on
tho same bu ludltiultely postponed.
On motion of Alderman llalllday tho
report was rccclvcdnnd concurred in.
The State nnd city liquor bonds of
August llolto, were rend nnd on motion
Alderman Thlstlcwood moved that
lerry .Murphy and II. ('ashman be allow
ed $8 fro each, additional pay as watch
men on the new levee lu February. Car
ried by the following vote :
Ayes llalllday, Parker, Patlcr, Satip,
Thlstluwood and Wtlght U. (
Alderman Patlcr moved that the City
Treasurer bo requested to ascertain from
the county collector the amount of (axes
uncollected for tho year 1871. Carried.
On motion of Alderma.i Satip, 'oiincll
ndjourncd. W. F. Axi.r.v.City Cl'k.
I pounds Golden Klo roll'ee for
4 " Choice green Klo cotl'ec, 1 00
.1 ' prunes, 2.1
,i " choice rice,
il ' Dcmoin sugar, I
I boxes of matches-- -large,
I pounds best sod;),
I " best starch,
All other goods as low. 'liolee butter
by tho pound or package at the
l-iot Nr.w Voim; Sunn:
Dr, Hebcru Clalllu of the Noithwesteru
Cancer Institute No. i:i7:i, Wabash ave
nue, Chicago, will be In Cairo, at I ho St.
Charles hotel. April 21st and 22d to treat
patients mr this dreaded disease. Can
cers may bo surely, speedily nnd perma
nently cured, lu all Its forms, it taken be
fore the patient Is too far gone without
the use of the knife, with Utile or no pain,
and without debilitating the patient.
This remedy was discovered hy Dr.
Clatlln, and is known only to himself.
I lax lug tested Its elllcney thoroughly
during twenty years' practice, he Is pre
pared to guarantee an aboslute nnd per
manent cure in every case lie undertake?.
XX aii DirAiituLNT. IIivkm lUrnitr,
April 1.', ,s7
LOW WATKll. CIIANUE,
rr. im. n. in.
in io 1 II
7 a -11 -i
.11 -j 1 11
0 8n 1
8 H -II S
8." 7 0 I
'fi ol S
.11 II 0 o
11 a xu 1
:i 7 -u 1
New Oi Irani ....
ltilow iiteli wntiroris7l.
Srgennl, Signal Errvlfe, I?. S. -X .
Tort I. lit.
Steamer dim Flsk, Paducah.
llellu Memphis-, Memphis.
" .lames D. Parker. Cincinnati.
' Sam ltroxvn and tow, Nadixille.
" Cherokee, Noxv Orleans.'
' .lohn Gillmorc, tow, SI. Louis,
' Msmarck, New Orleans.
Ashland, New Orleans.
Mary Miller, St. Louis.
" City of Helena, St. Louis
Steamer Jim FUk, Padueah.
" Ucllu Memphis, St. LouU.
" .lames D. Parker, Memphis.
' Cherokee, Cincinnati.
" Ilismarck, St. Louis.
" Ashland, Ciuclniiatl.
.Mary .Miller. Cincinnati.
" City ol Helena, Vlcksburg.
The 1 telle Memphis cume iqi from
below with a moderate trip. She put nil
100 bales of cotton for thu K-.ut, via the
Cairo and Vlnceiiues railroad.
Anchor Line boats will pass this pott
lu the following order until further no
tice : Wednesday, Helena and Capitol
City, Fridays, Ste. Genevieve and Grand
Tower, and Sundays. City of Vlcksburg
and .lohn 11. Maud.
The City of Helena arrived from St.
Louis xvlth mnro than 1,000 tons. Shu
added very little irelght here.
The .lames D. Parker passed down
from Cincinnati for Memphis with a good
The Ashland passed up Irom Noxv
Orleans on Tuesday night lor Clnc'n
natl. She had a fair trip or freight and a
good passenger ll-t.
Tho big Dutch Msmarck gav us thu
go by yesterday. Shu didn't stop, going
straight up tho river.
Tho Clierokce came in xvlth n llght
from New Orleans. She did not
mako lust, but went
on without doing
any business here.
The Mary -Miller came down from
St. Louis xvlth a light trip for Cincin
nati. She added about txvenly tons nere
nud went on her way.
The ,11m Fisk had a light trip from
nul back to Puditcuh yesterday. She
leaves again lor Paducah at 5 o'clock tills
-The City of Chester is getting a now
coat of paint at St. Louis.
Cupt. Kcesu Dug.iu is having thu
Eckci t re-palutcd nt St. Louis.
The .lohn L. Khodcs, Is due from St.
i.nuin rnr l'lttsbiu-g to-day.
Tim Vleksburg Herald says: "Tho
it. K. Lee has gone for good. Shu will
never bu seen ut our landing agahi.except
lor n low lirloi nioinoun nm
morning of tlm llth, when she win pass
hero 011 her way to LouUvllte, to be torn
m, and dismantled. It looks like a pity
10 tear up rtiich a pretty, wich alamous,
and. apparently, siuih n good bontas the
Lee. Iteforo leaving us yeswrdny on her
llual trip, thu Leu took a run up tliu
river and came Hying pa-.t the eliy, g
lug n large number ot spectators u laslu
of her old-llnio speed, mid then was oil
like a roukct. Cuptidu Caution will take
ehurgeol her 011 Iter arrival nt New
Orleans, and Captain Campbell ami 1,cr
present otllcers tmd cruxv will l rau"
lerred to the steunicr ifnlle. , . .
Tlio Hee nnd barges aroilmi rom SI,
Louis for New Orleans to-day.
liny Your tlnoils
A I wholesale nt the New Yorkstorf.
Call and obtnln prices.
l-S-10t Patii.ii & Co.
''!!'; ts, at Winter's Gallery.
A. Hallux-. A .llmlot of tibln nml
pocket cutlery, also spades shovels
hoes rakes, fnrks,axes and a general line
of hardware just received by A. Hallex.
I in commercial avenue. 2-18-3tn.
Notici: to ('ANlill)ATr.s. Candidates
may use the columns of the Hfllf.tin
to bring their names before the people, at
thu following rules, cash in atlcanctt
City Clerk, $5; City TroAsurcr, $5; AI.
ibTinan, $2. No variation from the cash
in ailciinee rule. tf
SoMimuxn Nkw. Tho llghtnng, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater.
tlie latest and the best ever made, nt A.
llalley V, who Is now selling his large
stock of stox'es, tin and lirlltana ware at
greatly reduced prices. Givo 1dm n call
beloro you purchase, 115 Commercial nv
for UaiiMm nml C'olornilo.
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fo
railroad from Kauas City and Atchison
on tho Missouri river, via Topekn, tho
capltol ot Kansas and the beautiful Ar
kansas valley to the Kotky Mountains.
The shortest nule to Puebelo the Grand
Canon, Colorado Springs, Manitoti,
Pikes Speak, and all places of note in the
mountain regions. Thu favorite route
to Denver and nil points In Northern
Colorado. The best route to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. The
only dlrrct route to the famous San
.limn mines. The track and equipment
Is oucqualcd, trains run through from
the Missouri liver to thu Kocky Moun
tains, making connections In Union de
pots and avoiding delays and trans
lers. For lull descriptive circulars,
maps, time tables, etc., addres
T. .1. Andkiison.
Gcn'l Pass. Agent, Tnpeka, If an.
S'lly r Cairo,
colored and varnished, for sale at hall
price ($2.50) ut the fluu.tm.v olllec.
.If.st Klvi:ivkI)' A. Halley has Just
received a line lot of canary and mock
ing bird cages, lloxver stands, (lower
trainers, baskets, archer, hearts nnd
xvrcalhcs, xvbleh he has marked very loxx',
at 115 Commercial avenue. 2-18-3m.
I hp l:it eli-iiu-p lor L-oml intrli-ulUira! lands oil
YkaW I iimiit, al hix i-Kii cr.NT. Intercat.
1'i.u't run i-.nv riil". Lilt pi lo 11 country that ha-i
lwvn provcil to I pioil. fciMil om aiWi-PM by
iioslai earn 10 mini om r 1.. .1 ......... ,
llniliiiKton, town, uml lerrlxofrce i-niiyof Iowa
uml Ni-lmuWii Farmer, wliluhart or lamia, and
low vouml trli raloa. 3-8S-w.ni.
From tho Plains of Colorado.
Prom tho Rooky Mountains,
Moiis. Paul's Colobratod
The Blind Horse
Old Ban Rice Himstlf
Cairo, Oat Day Only.
FRIDAY,, APRIL 14.
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