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ilRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
ate.-Any nmfneM Arm can have three How
aene, la this eoiuma ander appropriate beadliit;
iUm rata o( J ir menu i !! nar year
.ajable qaerterly la advance. ,
Hr4NtfMw llovea " T Wat.
a. HALLy-iMi'wi."a1 "57-
wiwe, tinwlea and. t uumi' IroptmiMiU. Wire
jowII, HrlWmratorS, Pompe end Laddera.
M iCoiMuinlal Avauua. liaiterlog, m4 Job
Worn done Ha eoertueUue.
r. s.UiiAIliCY Tiaaferln hard and iortltim
lr, flouriDf, eeiltnf, aiding and eurfreed
lumber, latb ud ehtnglee. OWne ani yard
I'orocr Twentieth itreet nl Waabington avenue-
LANCASTER KICE-Deelere In sash,
Snore, blinds, ate. bard aol eofl lumber and
litatfka. Yard anil uUica, Commercial avauuc,
orurr 171b treat. ...
U. B ARTMAN Dealer Id t)iieenaware, Toys,
Maipe and all kloila of lancy articl-a. comiiier
al avenue, iornanilli ateel, .
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WILLIAM WINTKH-Sixth etreel between
iniineruial avenue aud Wasliinutun avtnue.
CUthMK aad M erehaat rallarlua-.
.(Oil V AKTHItt-Mrrrhant Tailor and dealer
In Heady Made Clothing. JlOuiolarvee.
Heal Eatala Af enelea.
M. i. HOWLKY-iUal Eatate Agent. Buyi
uA wlla real eatala, oullceta raiiu, paye taiae
Kir noa-reeideale.etc. Commercial avenue, !
I ween N iuili and Ten III aural .
eraia iaalna Mtrtkaau.
lotUin iiid Tubeeivu raclnre ami pro-
irietore of Ilia fannera' iolmti-o V un-liouw.
-i t, l-T Cominniercial Avenue.
L Ueneral forwarding and Conmiinaiiin
uierrhaut, for the aula of Kami, Uenleu, Ur
rliardand Dairy Produce, saiihio Levee.
EA. WHKELOCK At O.
lifMnl KorwanlinK and t'ommi.alon
merchant, and dealere la all klnda of I- ruil and
ftodure. M Ohio Levi. Conaiirorneut iiillc
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. R.
, QUICKEST ROUTE
St Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Traina Leave Cairo
2.20 p.m.' Fast fcxpresa, arriving in St.
Louis M p. m.; Chicago, 7:30, a.ni.
2:20 P.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS-
VlLLB FAST LINE
Arriving! n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, H:'J a.m.; tndlanapolla, 4.15 e,m.;
I'aaaenger by ibis train arrive at above
0F ANY OTflZS EOUTE.
1 M ii. m. r ait Mail wltb ileeperi atu.-h.
it. for iiX. LOfIS and tfilCAfiO,
arrlvinj In HU I-oulaat 6-..W a.m. Chi
.ago at 40 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Effinjcbam i-jr Cincinnati, Loti!vill
PAST TIME EAST
I'aoHenueni by tbii lino fro through to
the Kail without any delay canned by
Sunday intervening. ....
I'ba SATURDAY AKTKUXOON TRAIN
KKtlM CAIRO AKKIVES IN NKW
YORK MONDAY MOBNINU
38 HOURS IN ADVANCE
oK ANY OTIIKK UOCTK.
Adveitim uienti of coinpetini' line llial
thfy mh Urtliu than tbia on, are
are i.mied either through ignorance or a
.lesire to tnlilead the public.
ror tliroujrh ticket and ln(onntlon,
piily at illlnolf Central K. K. Depot, Cairo.
I a All AKMI a AT CAiai
:iv.a - vwlp m-
lab - :
Oen'l Houibern Agt.
J. 11. .Ionks. IkkctARt.
TTuJiiivTtlM'l lo jrouuK men lroui
lib efferta of arrow and abuaea in
I I 1 . M .. U.alnwl ImJn
WIT 111. .IM.HIIVI IB.wi
pHllnwnia to niarriare removft. fH
New method of treatment. New ;s,
and remaikable renitdlea. Bnok;II
and orcnlara sent tree In sealed
envelnpra. Adderaa Uo.ABD Aa-ig
aoriATto. 4) N. Sinth l'hlla- a
delphia. Pa. An imlltutton hav-fl
inn bb reputation lor hopr-j"
able eondiuM aait profea-lonal
rirtnrra and Brarkrl.
K. C. Ford ban removal his Variety
., Cracknt store to Washington avenun
near Toiith strMt. Ho lias oponcil a
large stock of brarkefs, shelves, frames,
i-hrouios, picture cord anil tassels, cur
tain tasels. fancy nails, hat racks, etc
1'icture -framiof' mado a speciality
, I'Chroraos mounted in the cheapest and
jf?t etiie. lm
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
cween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has one of the best conducted latin-
-Jry establUhmenta in the city, and land
.ords of hotel and boarding houses will
dnd It to their advantage to call upon
Dra. ThomiMOD A MeCraa, llaiueo
With some thirty year's experience In
the practice In the profession, are coufl-
, dent in tendering our services to the
public. Office No. til Ohio levee, up
stairs, - 5-20-tf
Waotl! Wood!! WooUtM
The Cairo liox and Basket company
wili deliver wood in auy part oi the city
at $1.12 a load ; also kindling at 5 cents
a bundle. Ordors may be lett with W.
" II. Mortis, secretary, at his oflice In the
i(y National bank biilldlnir 27-23
Wholesale and Be tall.
Our stockti the largest assorted stock
lu Southern Illinois, .being complete io
4 allllnes. We ofler our goods at lower
prices than ever before sold in this mar
ket. All wo ask is to cull and obtain our
prices for cash. Truth will out. New
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.;vM. Biy.' v t.
pi Dyer aud cleaner or ladles' aud gentlu
meua' KarnientsrXo-' M Eighth utreot,
i.'uiro. (Jontluuieus' hats : dyed aud
cleaned aud blocked la tlie latest style.
Chemical soap-'on hand, warranted to
remove Impurities from all fabrics with
out Injury Wlho material. ' . lm.
We offer two lb, standard reaches for
13 oenU; all other eumed good very
low lor cash, at theew York store,
i mobvt soourrrM
1 The knlilit of tlie aliova onleruieet
.1 tl..lr hall tlm II rat nnil llilrrl MnUilAV
i. nHmtk. Comnavruiul avauuc. &l door
ijoua u. ii'iLMits, u. u. n.
ASCALON LOUUK, NO. II.
KoiKhui of Pytbial, meeta every Fri
day niKht at half-unit evn. in Odd
ellow' Hall. Uowi..
. cbaaoellor Conuuandr.
OALKXANDKU LOUGK, NO. B4.
Independent Order of Cld-rl-Iowa,
mop la every Hmrailay nigbt
at baif-paat ieven, lu their hall on
Jomineraial avenue, between flixth and Herentb
treita WmK. Hawkimh, N. O.
ENCAMfaUCNT, I. O. O. T., wtrjM
ln Oild-IVIlaira' Hall on the fleet and Iblrd
I uwlay in eviry month, at balf-peat eevan
"a CAIHOLODOK.NO.ier.A.r. A. M.
Hold n-Kular eomniunicetiona In Ma
XjTannie Hall, eonwr Conuiieroial avenue
,0d KiKlitn atrwt, on the aecond and
'curth Monday of wJi montb.
RATKM OF ADTEBIM5IU.
IJ-A1I billt fornlvertlaing, are due and pay
able ih aovAMca
f renalent advertiaing will be inserted at tb
rate of II 00 per Uare fur the II rat ina-Ttion
and V oenta for each aubaequent one A liberal
ditcount wiU be made on atandiiig and dinpl
forinaerting Funeral notii'e SI "t Notice ol
meetinK of aocietiea or teurel ordera nenta for
Cburr.h, 8yeiiity, reatiral and Supper iiotiwa
Will only be inaerted a advertiaeiuenta
No ailvertiaenient will be revived atleaa Uian
M eenta, and no aflvertinenient will be lnertl
for lm than three dollar! per month
1.0CAI. Bl HlSi.eja ?(OI r.a
Of one square (8 lines Hpac-) or more, In
serted In the BuLLRTtN an rollows : (U-ss
than one square counted as n square.)
One Insertion per square $ CO
Two liiHertlons per square- I't
'lliree Insertions per square 1 WJ
Six Insertions per square...... 1 75
Two weeks per square - 2 50
One month per Bquare 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time.
Illinois Central R.R
Commencing June Cth,
Cairo to New York 2l 00
Cairo to Ronton via Albany 22 00
Cairo to Huston via New York
all rail 2"J 00
Cairo lo Boston via New York
Sound 23 00
f'iaro to Buflaloand MajptraKall.. IS 00
Cairo to Wmhinj(tou und Balti
more i'J J.1?
Cairo to Philadelphia !
Cairo to Pittsburg J'
Cairo to Harri'bur? l
fieit. Southern Ag't.
J. II. JONES, Ticket Agent.
IIU HSDAY, JLNK 7. IS77.
a.oeaal WaalAe Hepori.
CAtao, 111., Inu 4, (t77.
tiki " Oak J yftia.
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rainfall, .it i uc l
Serjeant. SUnaltiervli'e. I'. S-A
l.it;bt lbs. of white coffee sugar for fl,
at New Y ork Store. It
Fur artistic Thotographs at a moderate
:ot rail at Gustavo WetwlVs Oallery.
Pieces of choice prints at lower prices
than ever nld More In Cairo, at -Sew
York Store. --it
Three mules, pprlng wagon and har
ness, very low. Apply to James Ro.
lloora So Let,
Suitable for a bed room luruished or uu
ftirnlshed. For particulars inquire on
lh premises ol Mrs. M. B. Harrem... tf
A ttouse on Division street, between
Washington avemm and Walnut street.
Apply to W. 1J. ?inn.
Ntmo liy i
io to I.ouis C. Herbert's saloon for an
Ice cool shoo Ily glass of beer, at 5 cents
A large quantity of wood, ready lor
the stove, for sale at the Cairo and Vln
cennes railroad freight depot, at $8 00
A positive cure. Painless and stain
less. Price $1. Order from Dr. Qulncy
A. Scott, 278 Ponn ave., Pittsburg, Pa.,
or through any druggist. A liberal dis
count to dealers. Circular free.
To all who are sutlerlng from the
errors and ludlsorutions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, frco of charge. This great
cuicciy was discovered by a missionary
lu South America. Scud a self-ad-dressed
euvelopo to the Itcv. Jojpnb T.
Inman, Station Ii. lilblo llouoattfow
Tobacco aud Civrra.
Merchutits,groccrs, aud saloon-keepers
should not torgct that Messrs. Corlls &
Rankin, proprietors ot the Pruirio Statu
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened on oetuollsh stent at the corner
or Six tn street and Ohio levee hi this
city where thuy wil. do a wholesale and
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
Hue, They have, on baud the largest
ud most complete stock ot
obaeco and cigars ever opened
tn Cairo, and ore prenarod c to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are In
vlttd to call nod enanlne their stock.
toll. Loots It. Caura A Vluceottc
Paseugers leaving Cairo at 5 a. ui.,
reach St. Louis at 3:13 p. in. This Is
trout two to five hours In advance of all
other lines making direct connection for
Chicago and oil points northwest. This
is the only line running through from
Cairo to the Uulon depot, St. Louis, in
daylight, Kates as low as any.
; l A. Miller,
lw. General Passsegcr Agent.
Mr. Chas. Gallgher Is now on a busi
ness trip to New York, lie will return
In a few days.
Soloraan Parelra,at the old stand,
144 Commercial avenue, Is now cflcring
his choice stock of dry goods and cloth
ing at great bargains. Call on him.
We give much of our pacc this
morning to the proceedings ol the city
council at the meeting on Tuesday even
ing. The proceedings will be read
The Cairo City Bindery, A. W. l'yait
& Co., proprietors, Is now turning out
work ol'cvciy description In their line In
tir-it-nlass and workmanlike manner, lm
We wre pleased to receive a call yes
terday from Hon. Frank M. McGbo ol
New Btirnsldus, Johnsou remit y. Mr,
McGee Is fin Influential citizen of his sec
tion, and has done much to build up
Persons having magazines, periodi
cals, etc., whl-jli they desire to have bound
should Like tlient to the Cairo City Bind
ery, where they will be done at reasonable
rates and In llrst-class order. 1-1 m
Those interested In the Cairo to
bacco market should remember that the
regular weekly sale at the Farmers'
warehouse, Messrs. liinckle & Thistle
wood proprietors, will take place to-day
at ten o'clock. The breake is a. large
one, and some of the tobacco to be of
fered ot superior quality. Attend the
Justice of tho Peace Comings, having
reuioved to Jude Bros' olHce. corner
of Commercial avenue and Eleventh
street, will be found in his office from
8 to 12 o'clock, a. m., daily. 1-3-tf.
P.ev. Mr. Gillham k-U the city last
evening for Ashley, where he goes to at
t'.'iid a session ol the Methodlet district
conference. After the conference has
adjourned, Mr. Gillham goes to Lebanon
to attend the commencement exercises of
McKcndry college, ot which he is one ol
F. M. Ward has gone into the ice
business, and is now delivering pure lake
lee In all tarts of the city. Orders kit
with him will receive prompt attention,
and the purity of the iee delivered guar
antced. 1 2-im
Attention is directed to the adver
tisement ot the European Hotel, Sixth
street near Commercial avenue, Uarry
Walker, proprietor. Transcient rates
$1.50 per day. Boarders by the week or
month takeu on terms to suit the time.
The F.nropeon is au excellent hotel, and
the table is always supplied with the
lust tho market afiords.
Attention is called to the card of
the Illinois Central railroad company
announcing a reduction .'n the rates of
paacigi' to the East. The Vincennes
company have made a corresponding re
duction. This is not a light between the
Illinois Central and the Vincennes
road.f, but a move ou their part to com
pete with St. Louis. If you want to go
to the F.n? t this is the time to do It.
Palatable medicines. Ayer'a Cherry
Pectoral U a bone e J drop ot relief ; his
Othurtic Pills glide sugar coated over tho
palate; and his Sar.'aparllla is a uectar that
tinparti vigor to life, restores health and
expels Uintase. Waterlord (Pa.) Adver
ter. 0 8-lw
Jacob Klee, corner of Washington
avenue and Twelfth street, is now pre
pared to supply the citizens of Cairo with
pure lake ice at the lowest living prices.
His wagon makes daily rounds, aud will
deliver lee in any part ot the city. Ice
depot at corner Washington avenue and
Twelfth street, where all orders should
be left. . 1-2-tf
1 he ball given by a gang ot lewd
women at Phlllls' hall ou Tuesday even
ing drew out n "large crowd"' of the
fancy and their Iriends. We are in
formed that among those who patronized
the ball were a number of young gentle
men who would not for tho world have
it get out on them, because it would
"blast them" In tho estimation of the
better class ot society. Young. men who
patronize such entertainments ought np t
to expect consideration at the hands of
decent soeity, and should not receive It If
they do expect it.
The JUby's Best 1 ricud" is the most
aptroprinte title for Dr Bull's Baby Syrup.
It Is absolutely free from opium, morptia
and other powerful agents, Is perfectly
sate and reliable under all clrcunutau.ee,
and by allaying the usual stomach and
bowel disorders of babyhood keeps the
child from frettiug aud cryiug, so injurious
to Itself and annoying to si1, l'rico 25
We call attention lo the curd o'
John Sproat, dealer in Northern lake ico,
to be found lu another column in this
morning's Btlletin. This loug estab
lished house Is so well known that i't
needs no uouimeudalloii at our hands.
It is one of the most reliable and prompt
in tho transaction of nil business en
trusted to it 111 tho country,
Mr. Ed. Braxton, that chief of Uni
sonal artists, has taken charge of the
shop ou Eighth street, owned by tliti late
Dautel Lauipert. Ed. Braxton is oue of
tho best barbers In tho state, as well as a
gotitleniati in his intercourse with his
patrons. lie was ouo of tho sufferers lu
the late lire at the comer of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, and lost heavi
ly. .Uelsnow trylugtobti'ld up again,
and we bespeak lor him a lair, share ol
patronage. He deserves it. If
Phil Howard's advertisement will bo
tound elsewhere. Mr, Howard mukes
the steamboat trade a specialty, itid will
fill orders day or olxht. , lie kills noth
ing but the choicest of stook, a tact
which is so. well known to the
public tttat'- U : retail i tudo baa
become cnorjnoiu. ,HU alstaiib arc
gentlemanly; and accompifeut 4 m their
professloiii anot 'customers tic" treated
with kindness and waited ou promptly.
-Uefrlgerators, Uio1 very best, at A.
Halley's, 113 Commercial avenue. Also,
stoves ami tluwaro, toilet ware, table snd
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' Im
plements, plows, eorn planters and "hell
ers, sulkey rakes, and a general stock ol
stoves, tin and hardware, flower stands,
both wire and wood, flower trailers, dif
ferent styles, banging baskets ct all
kinds ; the largest variety of bird cages
in tint city and will be sold very low at
A. Halley's, 115 Commercial avenue. '
-The marriage of Mr- Dick 1 lUiM
and Miss Maggie 8haban at the ( atholie
chunb, corner of Mnth utieet an I Wash
ington avenue last evening, . attracted n
a very large crowd, among whom were
many of the most j.romlticnt prutustant
church members, hotU ladies aud gentle
men, In the city. The bride and groom
were attended by Mr. Michael .Sheehan,
cousin of the bride, and Miss Mary Mar
noil. The marriage ceremony was 'per
formed by Father Lamme rl. Mr. Fitz
gerald Is one of the most widely kuown
gentlemen In this section of the country,
ami bis many friends wlcli a long and
happy life for both h ami hie wifo.. ..
One of the most fashionable and re
cherche aflalrs that has taken place hi
Cairo for many weeks was given at the
resilience of Mr. and Mrs. Charlei Gali
gher, corner ot Twenty-Eighth street and
Washington avenue, on Tuesday even
ing. The occasion was a reception giyeu
In honor of Mr. Charles A. Alexander,
of Waybill a ton City, the guest ot Mr.
Frank Gallgher. About twenty couples
were present, among them the following
ladies and gentlemen: Tho Misses Webb,
the Misses Pitcher, Katie Alvord, Ella
Armstrong, Jessio and Jo'slu Phlllls,
Fannie Barclay, Nannie MvKec, Mollic
and Emma Riley, the Misses Corlls,
the Misses Elliott, Erankie Kexford,
Minnie Hill aud Carrie Ungles. Among
the gentlemen were Ceo. W. Corlls,
Wm. Morris, John Aisthorpe, Wm.
Dripps, James Phlllls, Henry J'tipcrr,
Charles Strong. Will Llppett, Mr. Hay-
thorite, Harry Hughes, Mr. Fitcb, Henry
Milbtirn, George Cheller, and others.
The spacious and elegant residenc. was
brilliantly illuminated fiom the observa
tory to the basement aud placed wholly
at the disposal ot the guest, lcnluig's
strng band was present und discoursed
the finest of inuilo. Dancing was com
menced about ten o'clock and continued
till twelve, when a most delicious course
of refreshments ol every kind of the
season was served. Dancing was agaiu
renewed after refreshments aud kept up
until two o'clock, when the guests de
parted with many good wishes lor Mr.
Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Caligher,
and their gallant son F-ank, who is
said to have been the life snd light of the
Have You a ( oua-ti ?
That dry, hacking cough I the herald
Ol approaching oouMirapUon. To check
the swilt progress of tho destroyer,
prompt and decisive measures must be
resorted to. A dose ot Dr. Morns' Syr
up of Tar, Wil J Cherry and Horehound,
taken when the coughing apellscomcon,
will afl'ird immediate relief, and fycBt
ually ellect a thorough euro. It will he
found equally beneficial la all torras of
throat and lung disorders. In cases ol
croup it is of inestimable value, ' .ill at
the drug store of
and inquire about It. They will fiirn'.ih
you with a trial size bottle fur 10 ceute.
Large sizes 50 cents and One Dollur.
A lo. agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which ti- vir tail.
Pleasant to take, and requires ro physic
Price 25 cents.
A Point on Wblehtbc loclor Affree.
Fhyaiuiuns who have tested the UoHtt.
ters S'toma'.'h Bitters concur In represent
ing it to be an eminently safe stimulant, far
preferable to the ordinary liquors of com
merce, not only because it .is medicated,
but because It Is Jjflnltely pure. Its alco
holic baslit is tho finest old rye, and this is
tempered aod rendered stedicln.il ly the
curative ingredients ol 1 botanic origin
which It holds In soluon. ' T,t 1 has often
been imitated, but never rivaled, and is
to-dsy the leading tonic diuretic and aper
ient in America. Malarial fevers arn pre
vented and remedied by, and It Is a thor
oughly reliable medicine In eases of dys
pepsia, constipation, liver complaint, rheu
uiatlm, gout, nervousness, urinary af
fections. It improves the appetite, In
creases the bodily stamina, checks prema
ture decay, as t sustaining and comforting
cordial for the aged and infirm is unequal
led. ' ' 6-0-lw
X few TliliiBStlmt tve Know.
Wo know that a disordered stomach or
liver produces more surierlng than any oth
er cause. We know that very few physi
cians are bdeoossful . la these disorders.
We know that DaCosta's radical euro will
without the shadow ol a doubt, aluiobt im
mediately relieve and permanently cure all
of the distressing symptoms." 'o kuow'of
thousands who' are willing to testify that
what wc say is true to the letter. We
know that if you will givo it a lair trial,
you will let us add your name to the
"cloud of witnesses." V ill you give It a
trial, and do It now? Trial size only .-
ccuti, Sold by Barclay Bros.
Prof. Paiker's Pleasant Worm byrup is
perfectly sate and extremely palatable.
No physic required. Coats Uj oonts, 'fry
It. u'l5"llB "
, Jlurder Will Out.
A lew years ago "August Flower" was
discovered to be a certain cure for dyspep
sia and liver complaint, a few thin dyspep
tics made knowu to their friends how
easily and quickly tlioy had been cured by
Its use. Thegreat merits of Green's
August Howai becamo heralded through
the country by one sUQer to another, unt I,
wit out advertising, Its salo has become
Immense. Druggists In every town in the
United States are selling it. No person
suffering with sour stomach, si jk hoadadie,
co.tlveucsB, pa'pltatlon of tho heart, In at
geulou, low spirits, eta can take these
doses without relief. Goto Ful M. Buhub
auU get a botilo for 73 cent snd tiy Ijt.
Sample bottles 10 eeoti. .
CITY COUNCIL. '
WJtAT WIS DOSE AT Tliti MTI.T
tU ll'KalaAY KVEXIMU,
Foil Praeeedina-e-taei Railroad Hat
ter and the fitbllu 1 lalernaibe
Taxpayer and lb 4 Ily
The council held Us regular monthly
meeting on Tuesday evening. Present
Mayor Winter, and Aldermen Halllday,
Lancanster, O'Callahan, Patier, Thlstlo
wood, lllttenhoue, Wood, Wright and
The lirst business looked to was
nm-ORTs ok riTV officers.
The report ot Police Magistrate. John
J. Ilird for the month of April was; read
The report of 1 ity Treasurer II. F.
Parker for tho month ol May was read,
and on motion of Alderman Halllday
was referred to the eity clerk for exami
nation, and to have blank dates filled.
City Jailer Pat Maboney's report for
the month of May was rend and ap
The final report ol Judge Bross as ex
olllcio police magistrate for parts of the
year 1S70 and 1S77, with a communica
tion from Mr. Bross, was read. Alder
man Woo I moved the report be referred
to tho committee on police and jail, but
Alderman M right thought the finance
committee wis the proper body to which
the report should go, and his amend
ment prevailed by Aldermen Lancaster,
O'Callahan, Patier and Wright voting
aye aud Aldermen Halllday, Thl.stlcwood
and Wood voting nay.
liKI'ORTS OF CO.MMITTKKS.
Under the instructions by resolution of
the council at its last meeting, the street
committee was authorized to employ a
suitable person to act as superintendent
of streets, '1 ho committee repot ted that
the services of Tim Gorman had been
secured for the ensuing year, at a salary
of sixty dollars per month. Alderman J
Wood moved that the report.be received, I
concurred in snd filed, which met the !
approval ot the council by 11 titiiiiiimous
At the previous meeting of the coun
cil a number of claims were transmitted
to the finance committee by Ex-Treasurer
Stockfleth, with his report. Tho
committee recommended that tho same
bo paid, which reeommctidaUon was up
proved by tho council by a unanimous
vote, and City Treasurer Parker was in
structed to pay accordingly.
Tltt finance committee, to whom was
referred Ihu toiuuiuulcatiou fioui the
tax payer's association, suggesting
the employment of additional legal
council In suits pending against the city
ol Cairo, was reported favorably, with
recommendations that th ordinance
committee be instructed to prepare tho
necessary ordinance creating the office
of "corporation council," and report at
the next regular meeting ot the body.
Alderman Wood moved that the re
port bo received, concurred In and the
ordinance committee Instructed to pre
pare such ordinance, which wis carried.
Tlie finance committee submitted t ho
lollowing circular to tho couudl tor lu
To the holders of bands of the city of Cuirj :
The debt of tlie city hits lately become
largely increased by the issuance 01 bui us
voted by the people in ui I of rail
roads, under the ulluring aud decepuvi
act of tlie state legislature. With this
increase the city's deD'. lias become so
large and the burthen so great upuii the
taxpayers, that the corporate aiilhoriiiea
And themselves unable to longer culled
revenue .-iitlleietit or provide funds to
meet the ftquireinentn of interest.
They therefore respectfully ask a con
ference, looking to the fuudlnir of the
bonds in reduced principal aud iutere.-t.
Aid. Halllday moved to adopt and that
the city clerk bu instructed to have
one thousand copies of the same printed,
which prevailed by a vote of the mem
The committee on finance reported
that $1,887.51 had been received from
B. F. Parker, city treasurer, all of which
had been destroyed by burning. On
motion ot Alderman Thtstlcwood, the
report was received and filed.
The police, jail anl fire department
committee submitted the following re
Your committee Leg leave to report
the condition of the public cisterns at
Sixth, Ninth and Fourteen streets and
Commercial avenue, as being iu such
condition as to demand early atteution,
there being but little water in either of
them and no sourso of supply to any.
We would therefore recommend that a
four inch earthen pipe be laid fo as to
connect the cistern at tho corucr of Sixth
street ana Commercial avenuo with the
spouting from Wtu. K luge's building on
jiald corner. Also,' that connection bo
made with the cistern at the corner of
Ninth street and Commercial
avenue tffld tho Vulcan Iron
Works, Mr. J'ennle offering to
keep said cistern supplied with water
from Ms pump, after such connection has
beeriinade. We have arranged to have
the one at the corner of Fourteenth btrect
aud Commercial avenue tilled through
the fire hose leading from tho Illinois
Central round house.
Tho report was received, filed and con
curred in, and it was ordered that
tho suggestions niado by tho
committee be carried out.
The citizens redding in the neighbor
hood of Walnut aud Cedar streets, ng
fiikivod at tho condition ol thoso thor
oughfares presented a petition asking
that improvements lo made. Alderman
Halllday moved to refer the paper to tho
commlttco ou aU'ccU, with Instructions
to report' at the next reguKir meeting,
which motion was carried. ; .
Tho Knights of tho "Mystic Crew of
Cairo" asked tho coiuidl by petition
to ' give them , tho privilege . of
holding a Fourth ot July celebration
in St. Mary's park, whereupon Alderman
Tblstlewood moved to refer the petition
to the committee on streets, with Instruc
tions to grant the praycr.of the petition
ers'. ; - v . - ' "''
J ."CUIMi AND ACyot'Sra." , ) .!
Bills against the"; city were presented
and. read as follow!1' - 1 "
Henry Winter, mayor
J. B. Phlllls. city clerk 7fi 00
T B. F. Parker, treasurer , "60 00
John H. GotsmrD.'city marshal,
10 days .-. 21 20
C. 1. Arter.cjty murshal, 21 days 60 W
w. y McGoo, city attorney 20 83
J. J. Bird, police magistrate 23 00
M. O'Malley, policeman ...... .. GO 00
II. Sargent, policemen CO 00
A. Cain, policeman....... 00 00
C. D. Arter, poliot man 10 days.., 1 10 35
W. F. AXIey, polio-man 21 days.. 40 (13
I). McCartney, policeman 'ten "
diva.,... ' 10 35
Alderman Lancaster moved Hint the
salaries of city olllcers be allowed ami
ordered p.iid, and the motion prevailed.
J. S. McGuiiey, 8,ui4 leet oak
lumber 130 11
Win. Wolf, 4 kegs nails ti 00
J. X. Fitzgerald, blllluing 225
lineal I eel ot sidewalk, ut 63
ccuu per foot
Wm Wolt, 10$ day labor Oil
sidewalk, $1 23 per day
NvA. Devore, 8 days work 011
sidewalks, $1 60 per day '
Jchn Sullivan, hauling 30 loads
P. Mahouey, 23 days on streets
with jail giuiK
M. llaulison, aaj days on streets
with Juil gang
Wm. Wolf, 'J days on streets
Wm. Wolf, 9 days on streets
James Wheeler, tl days work .ou
James Simomns, 0 days on
Geo. liritton, 0 daysou streets..
Bate I iishinan.bj days on streets
John Thompson, 6J dsys on
Peter Carrahan, 9 days on street
Thos. Mcban, 9 days on steret
Win. Wolf, 9 days on street with
.John Sullivan, hauling 12 loud
ot rubbish oil of streets
Tim Gorman, salary for May
James tuinn, lor examining
U. II. Cunnlngknm, rentofcouii
ell chamber to J tine 1st
Wm. Shclton. housing one halt
ton of coal
C. F. Parker, 1 oottlc of ink and
legal cap paper
Cairo city coal company, j tou
coal tor clerk's office .'
Sun . oflice, printing slips of
Cairo iras company, gas con
" ' 20
, 1 00
sumed at council chamber in
Dan llartman, rentot atheneum
for holding election.;
Jim Carroll,' rent of; bouse
lor holdlnz election....'.
P. Mahoney, dieting prisoners hi
P. Mahoney, dieting prisoners'
beloro trial .'.
Wm. W olf. 2 brooms tor jail
Barclay Bros., 3 whitewash
brushes for jail
F. Vincent, 1 bbl.llme and dray
age to jail
Cairo gas company, gas consum
ed at city jail
Maurice Sullivan, hauling three
. . ,( . !:0
drunken men to Jail
Ambrose Brown, hauling one
drunken man to jail
Cairo .Sim, publishing proceed
ings ot coutiell.etc
T. W. HalUiiiiy, teli grain to
Sprinsrtleld In" relation Mil's...
W. 1. McGee, lees to J 'A. Jones
for milking declaration
Cairo zas company. ?as conmm
ed at police headquarters
Alderman rMile0'd moved to have
all the bills referred to the cotnuiiiieu on
claims, w hich was carried.
RESOLUTIONS AND MOTIONS.
Alderman Lancaster oflcretl the fol
WiiEittAS, Cornmirchil avenue, above
Tttentieili Mi-L'w is and has been impass
able lor a m mber of years for vehicle.''
ofall di-Hcrip' ion, to Hie di tnui-lit ol
the public tonvenienc-. nnd especially
ti the citizen., living In the tipper pan
of tit- dry , Thereto
Rooked, That tlie street committee
he and are hereby authorized tn. Hi! arid
grade said htreet. and do s.xli tiiln-r
work as said couiudllie may derui t X
pedieht. ' '
On iiMtiou ol Alderman lliiliid iy Mr.
L.uieMsteij reso lution was referred t"
the committee on streets, who were In
structed to report at the next regular
meeting.' Curried. ,,
On motion -ut Alderman Halliday the
council authorized Mr. Phlllis to pur
chase a drop light for use of clerk's
desk, not to co't more than $3 60.
. M1SCKLLAXUOC3 BCSINESS,
Aldt rmun 'A 00U, chairman ol tho spec
ial committee appointed lo confer with
the Illinois Central railroad company,
slated that ho was unable to inako a full
report, and nsked further Hind. Alder
man Thistlewood moved to grant the re
quest, and tho motion was carried.
The clerk read the following communi
cation Irom M. B. Harrcl), secretary, ot
the taxpayer's association.
Cairo; June 4, 1S77.
To the Hondrublf Moyar and .Board of Vlder-
icn, City i Cairo.
Gk.mllmen : At a meeting of the
taxpayer's association held ih this city
on the 1st Inst., tho following resolution
was adopted bv a unanimous vote :
Itesolced, That the city council bo and
they ure hereby requested to put lu op
eration the amendment to tho 10th sec
tion ot articles of the act ot Incorpora
tion under which they act, which pro
vides that the city council may, by or
dinance, require every able-bodied malo
individual bf such city. above
the ago of 21 years and under the ago ol
50 years (excepting paupers, Idiots, luna
tics and such others who are exempt by
law) to labor ou tho streets
and alleys of such city, .;
not more than three days iu each year ;
but such ordinance shall provide tor com
pensation of labor at not mora than one
dollar and lilty cents per day. : '
A true copy from the ncord of the as
sociation. M. H. ilARiir.bi., Sey.
Alderman Thl-tlewood moved that
the communication be received, filed and
spread upon the minutes ot the city,
council, and the motion was carried.
.. rnoi'oJiLS. .
Thu following proposals for building
sidewalks were read by the clerk :
T. J. Fitzgerald proposes to iurnUh
material aud do tho .work lor." 2 60. per
liueal foot, or the eity lurnlahing the ma
terial will do tho work tor $t 23 per lin
eal toot. " :", " ','
John Slidiku will furul.h the material
and do the work for $3 04 per lineal font,
or wiU do the work alono for 73 cents
per lineal fool, the city, to furnish 1 he
material.. ' ', ' .' "
N. A. Devore propose lo furnish all
material and build walks tor the sum ol
$2 75 pi r lineal foot, r.wlH rxecute tht
Weil, lor il per lineal loot," 41 ine oily
will provide the material.' ' "j . i ," w'
If the city will furnish the material for
J. T, Denoey, fca will build rtio-svalltetoe
$1.20 per liueal foot. If be provides, the
material, ue wants i ptr ioou .
John Cook and Henry Dnnker will
build all tni wsjlft ibi ni id I
furnUrj weartrt.'for'tW aparen
low pricS Df trtO per Hnmlfootr and if
tne city rurnisnes me material, lor TO
cents per fooWTu tt i .k aM'Vi emr
The bids were referred ?o, the. street
oommittee. . .
that THiKTt-wiirrfr - V5
Two bids were made, fo'r bu;ldlrjr "ihii
proposed new sewei oti Thlr Eighth
street. Joint PHely -will build: H fbf ad
$1.1)07; Bub Baird will build II for $1 037,
The bid wer reierreU t.iUe.-aiHrt.t-
. t. a ,,
The official bonds ol Policemen Axley -aud
McC'artliy,and special Policeman (j,
Lohr, at I.C. railroad demjll, were tp f I f
proved. .! -.-y !-.; .n.ii&i'i
In accordance with the ordinance , the ''
mayor nominated O. A. Orbora'tobe ,t.
street supervisor. The nomlnadon was -' 'J '
notcontlrmed, the vote being, ayes Hal
llday, Lancastor, , Patier, Thistlewood ...
and Yocum 5. "Nays O'Callahan, Rft-' '
tenhouse, Wol and Wright.
On motion Alderman, pi Tbist,lewood
tho council adionrned.-' ."' ft
" ICE ! ICE !4!;
Huse, Loomis & Co.,'dealers In north
cm lako Jce, havu removed, their oflice , '
from' the. pornpr of EIghtb.i street n4;iil
Ohio levee to the ice houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
Mcllvering ee;ln alt parts of the diysj f
Thoso desiring the cold stuff will leave
their orders at the new oflice, where they
will receive prompt attention.4 .'Vv?'
Jamks KAVANAUon, Manager. ""
Cairo, Ills., May 17, 1877. 5-17-lm
Impnired Dltfeaiiou. ,( .
The majority of peoplo suffer to a gieater
or lesser degree from this sad allllctlon:
many unthinkingly cultivate it by lnsufft" ""'
t'y.masticating their fbod; othcrt whose 6c-
Cupatlon fa of 11 sedentary- character have '' ' "
forced 011 them, the exccsiiv iho of to- (."".
Iiacco, etc., all tond'tc develop 4t TI'
symptoms ty, one sutlering, severely .
after meals, another only slightly, const ipa-,1 -, f
tionor dlarrahca, Oatulsntse,. Tsrlable ay. '(. ""
petite, etc., are onlj a few of Its unnleat- i
ant von iqucnccs. Now what Li required,
laattent'ob to diet, assisted by a remedy
M'ht-h aids the natural secretions In the ai-
uiumary uaiial and produces agafn- ataor- ,
m il solvency ol food. Such a valuabl&'ViCH
f niedy U tho ! celebrated Home iStomach
N nlbl Advlee.
i ked evpr; dj , through the
n wspapera and by your
soine.tbing for your des
lte complaint that yon?
lut.yja get discouraged
y vi.h but lltttle sucoees.
viil ( latlsfantory proof -
til' ee ;
dy p p
A . Flower will cure you ol
I . ' 'I liver complaint with all its
II Mi a -our stomach; sick head
oil 11 I oiMtiveness, palpitation of
4:U , h
the 'ie n. li art burn, water-brash, fullness
at Hie p 1 1.1 Ui stomach, yellow akin, coa
ted long 1 I d gei'lou, swimuiing.of tl.e
h ad, lew Ki'irit-, &.., we asa you to go to
P ul O. Seh di's uu I k t a sample bo' tie ot
Gr tn'- Auxi.'i Fiower ter 10 cents sod
t y ii, ora refill 1 1 f r "j c Lta Two'
d ic will Itheve y u
: .v SI tra ted. j..;1 .. , . ,.
Strayed from e pr f. lo' of h ' un ! r-
s .tie 'in tbi-ci' y n .i-.dr:y dy t-v-nliii',
M y 30, isTT. , . .. maie ve 1. b i ds
bi.h, wbtL.Lai s-rrf- tl, ait, .tkln. ?!&'
f of white ' :- :: 1 alr V.ii' :.
.tlil Ci'UU J. r . '
K . .i.t I
U'.'oa Jjt.iiUV..n -,
A iliiiientp coip Ido la
t t tcoili- t '
pa ed ti L.jiit,
c inuleoHnee' is ntllgured with ' blowhek v
plmpluH, liku wee H m a roe bUl, tha,jiit-'
ferer aliould prouiptly us Dr. Hull's Blood
Mixture which q .1 kly unj itjwtuully J,.'
eradicatfa uu-ihtly evidences of In.a '
pure blood. ; d-O-lw
W An DirARTMtir, Rrvia Rarot, '
JttneO, 18J7 ,(.
w. -t t
A i 1 y M
ItelOW hhlh watai H , ... :
' JAMKS Vf Air ON,.
, Scrgca . SUnal Service, D 8. A.
Hoarlire'i nerutaii Byrnp. ' ' 1
Cm low be purchased right at home; It
Is the moat tuceessful preparation ever In
trod need to our peoplo. It works like a v 4
charmin all case conaumptaoa pneumoa . . ; .
nin, hemorrhages, aitlimn, severe eoughs, . ' ' ;"
croup, and other throat and lung diseases
So uei-son lins -ever naed this medicine :
without aettina iiumodiate relief, yet there
are a rood innur ooor. sulliTinc. skeDtiea- ,1 ,1. ,
persons going about our streets with a aua
pictouseougn, ami xne voice 01 eoiwnmp-', v-u
Hon coming flora their lungs, thlt will net tJ.A
you can go to Paul G. be huh, drnggbt,
AaV JIUU UlVa AS) Jl VUS V eaWl ma ,
sret a lamplebottlo toMO eenls and try It L ;)
thr ilium ill ralii'V anv i!uae. Kairtllar 1
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S, v J wreryt inmHi lit th buaiivaU 'mm ,
:utul!l,ai looae w4IUua to w cm caaQr
aim a nvuare anay rurMiaibatrow la-.',
aiiitlaa .imaiaoioaejl taalaai aara,. aaiat ' S
wea nleawuii, aad haaorable, Woaiea. haeya
rad itirls do ae wall aa nam. . we will Buauk
ran a cumulate outfit IW. TV tatalaiaa aia .
better thaw an'tnin aa. 'ywm will WM. " . "
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m tea. IMomra.aad mm -W r
ind daui-'biera, and all elaaaai 1st mm it . 4 .
ara4 u "ao, afcouW wrtu ta eadlrtwaa
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