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The Oairo Bulletin, July SI.
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haiia! nmlillloii or ic iilii'iil.
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V Contention fit l!'" tmoeraey or Hip Wli
iv'nrr4ioal Xi.(i cf Iltliio!, ill lie Iic-ll m
MrtfiioH.?'Aio county, on Tliuri"l.iy, tlio Itli
Jy of ADfGif.A.I). 1870, nt iionn ursaM ilny, lo
nninlnnWBfn'IIJntofSrCoiistP'ii, in wliieliCon.
cnf'n"l"?o,lJ,,lt?0!nprliln(! mill M-trlcl will
l.ciilillJ lo ono dtktftto for rcli too voli-i rnl
furll'TilloBcjinotirln nn.ln'i. f.r eai-li fiai
...ii.l parti licrcof In rxrp of 5fiy, n fnllim i
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Djtnocrnllc japon In llio District will "le.i,p
II H .URi;otO(l thnt licmncratla county ronvrit
Hon", to wlPCl dclegatr, IxihclJ oil Iho 3,l Moil
iliy fn July.
I.M rwry county fcmln Inll ililcritloti,
lly onlrr of tlio Pomomtlc Central Committer.
.IOr.1. 0. MOIKIAN,
i.'li.ilmnn IVm. On. Com. 13tli!on;r. M. III'.
The nomocracy of tho tiri-t Senatorial MMiict
will iirmliln in c Aiiuntffin at the city nf Motrn-
i-ollo, on Thursday, the Itliilny nf AuriikI, tioxt,
n! I hVIikI; i,m., f r llu nomination of n eanili.
ihli lori'pro.pnl MM t'lrlrlrl.ln the Hlnlo. Senate.
Tliontlo of ri'p(f nl.illon mil M om. .Icl.'jtnl..
f.irovery 1(0 voioh cut for Heymonr am! llhlr nt
tlie) vt PrefldcntlM r loctlon, nnd ono ilt loj;.Ue fur
rrrry fractional 'nrl thereof inexeoMoffilly votif,
. follow t
. II Polegiitc,
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r3Tlio Thirteenth Congressional dis
trJct gave Lincoln, In 1800, los tliati tbr,i
thousand voles. Six months nllcnnrds
llio rent twelvo thousand soldiers Into tlio
lifld to put down tbu rcbollloii. Aili.rit
tlmt every lhdtcnl In tlic district unlifitcil,
yot thcro is no cicnofrom tho concltiilmi
Hint tlio balance, nino thoutiml, wcro Dem
ocrat. In full view of tlili fact Dan M mm
will havo tho lirnr.cn cll'routry todeclitro
that tliu llndlcal tinrty invotl llio country !
tliatDcinocraU wcro "trnltow," "cojipcr
lipftdi," "robol symiiutlilsor," 'aUlor mul
nbetter" of treason, nnd bad no part or
parcel In ttit ijlory of puttln;; down tbu
rubollionl AVhcn bo doot till, tbcro nri)
liundrcdi of men of IiIj own party who
mij;lit, If tbey felt so dlipocd, tell Ir.
.Munn, nnd toll blm truly, tlmt thorn were
not, nt the outbreak of tho war, inoiii;li
Radical! In Egypt toolllcor tho Domoeratlo
soldlcm, who, without draft or bounty,
plnood their nil on thoaltarof thoir country.
Thcro nro men who can toll Mr. Munn
that a company wa ratiad in Aloxander
county in which thvro wa only one U.ull
oal, nnd ho volunteered bccatito ho wa
tendered the captaincy; that nnothor com
pany was railed in l'ulatkl county in
which thoro wcro only four R idicalr, nnd
that a wholo regiment wai raitod, and af
terward! covered itiolf with glory, in
which thoro woro lovcu KadicaU and Hill
Democrats I "Vo caro very llttlo for thM
matter now, and ihould not brlni;
it to notlco woro wo not deal
ing with u man who propoio
by dealing In worn-out war platitudo, to
divert tho mind of tho public from tlio.n
Kront livlnp; isiuoi upon which tho happi
nwi of tho pooplo nnd tho projperity of
tho eountry essentially depend, llu may
ny that tlio0 soldlow didn't remain Do
niKcratio lon, after enliitln;;. Thi may,
in iart, bo truo j but, If wo tallied an rock
Ictuly as ilium due, wo should say that it
was n blowing that tliey didu t t'hano Re
tort enlisting, ns, in that event, tho Thir
teenth district would havo had no better
war record than tho Radical district far
Wo havo said tlmt Mr. Munn will iKiioro
those ti(Htloiis of ilnanee, tarlll', taxation,
to., in which thu people are sj deeply In
terested, nnd strlvo, in in day- of yorr, to
tacite bad jiasftlutit and ill-i;roiiudi'd pru
Jtidlce. by cnijdoyins the worn-eul, iiiik.
ty shibboleths of thu war tlmoi. Iln ha
only that one string on his harji, iind if ho
i not cnuitted to whang f.uf, he will
havo to hang the instrument mi the willow
fS?Tho Hon. D. W. .Munn is a great
(rlend of tho soldier; but Hratigely enough
ho limits his friendship to tho tUmt soldier.
Ho will pronounco Jaehrymojo oulogies
over a soldier' grnve, and beloro ho "wipes
Ids weeping oyes," plot with hl confeiler
fttus to rob a living soldier of his means of
stisteimnco. On tho 30lli of -May ho in
ilulgeillnmntlutcj pralso of tho horolsm
of tho 6,000 braves that sloop at -Mound
City. On thu auvh of Juno ho indulged In
such defamation U the living, but badly
woundod soldier who occupios tho
Cairo jiost-oUlco, as secured that soldier's
removal I This may bo all right, nccord
Ing to Jlunn's standard of e.iiiiton' v ;
but right-thinking people can t k. it fy
"thoso bonllre!." Itiglit-thmking j..pU.
will ncarcely consent that ir. M win's
great love for dead foldierglvim him a
rar llanthc to vindictively and venge
fully pursue tho living oiios; and hs nu
earnest of mVovo and roijioct for u U.
iuy und ire soldier, they will cast their
ballots, iu i'oY?mtv' Wit, for the gallunt
' i. I'ril i i..'" u'" 'Jas o heart that
.an rhjri'h " fr"''' "r!ii momory for Ills
Imd nmirnilo, urnl n true, unsolflih friend
dd) fir tho living. Ami, hist you, Munnt
rinw ilglit-thlnhliifi people, In thin Tlilr
vi nth district, nro nrrr.r.x thousand
"l-omctlmo ngo our Levee nnjjjhbor,
In a paroxysm of (..enuluo surprise, do
elnr. d that Col. Crch had only Introduced
ihrtt bills during tin' selon, and from
ueh premises pioxvilud tourgue that tho
Colonel wa inellieli-nt I It is a trni;o
way to deierinlne tho standard of con
ijrcsioiial cxccdlrnco ; but our neighbor
could (1 ii el Urdu wanilinr In no other par
ticuhir, nnd ho ventured to iHeutliat ho
'had hit him t liens" curtain. Hut ho
didn't "hit Idrrfiji Tlio ' Vecord Miows
that the. Colonel iptio'Tiiuftl ,jlu(n: bs
plneing him, as a "iiiil introductorlst,"
abend of at lcat half of tho whole Radi
cal delegation to Oifigress, and investing
him with jhr lime the. "ellleleiuiy" our
neighbor was willing' tto accord W blm.
Take him on the "other turn" now, neigh
bor. Swear that, for a new congreismnn,
ho made himself loo 'Trc'li" Introduced
too many bills I
Ko military rhlef of great on.lacnco is
engagud on olthersiilo of tho conflict nojr
raging In Kuropo. Napoleon Is C3 years
old, gouty, rheumatic and generally
sniashod-up in his physical organlctn, yet
lionvowshis piirpix.) to enter tho field nnd
load the Trench army in person. Ho will
bo supported by tho I'rinco Imporlal, boy
M yean old. .Mumbnla Usttirobort,
IU2alno and MaeMuhon arc by no niens
unknown, but therol no mignctlim in
Un tho l'riii'liin sido wo havo King
William, who i" tit years old, moroorless
iihyslcnlly broken down nnd1 inllrm. Tho
JMiic-o Augustus t oommnndur-in-chief j
tho Crown I'rit.io, Frederick WIN
linm, now forty years old,
leads tho second army corps, and Frinco
Frederick Cliarle tho third corm. Tho
wo hater are ollkvr of soino brilliancy,
Frederick Uharh'4 biivlng gallantly held
thnlloldnt .S i(lnv:i,a;Mnit great odds, un
til rellovnd by the (JroWn 'IVllico.
Thoso nro the ollhvr.t who nro to light
what promise tn bewme tho llercet nnd
bloodJest wnr of tho.,(yiristiaii,ora
THE LATEST CABLE
r i: 'o.vst it i 'c n v of thk rii kmsii
1'liA'IBJ. THE NATIONAL GUARDS TO
Atlltiiiln nl' liollaiiit mid Swltzrrlaud.
li:.M.K (.'IVi; U'.tV" TSI ksu.
.liliillirr , limit I'riuaU.
iivi'i.ssxivi: itri.i.ivi.H nt tss iif.
Hii c ti i.r I'riiaaliui William.
Voi:Ul.NS;.li;. OP SI'AI.V ISYIMJ SK
Tho Following telegrams, mainly
through J'retH'h source.", form tho latest
intelligcncu eiitieeruliig tho great Kuro
peau conllel in which all eivillr.ed mankind
I'.-. 1 '.i deep a concern :
sono nr. k.m'i:i.i.kh it nkutiial.
l'Aiii.luly 10 Thu morning journaU
snv that l'russlau who aro now in Franco
will not be oxpelhal from the country If
nu-y nu. irvo unci neutrality.
IIIIli'NSTIIlTTIo.S OK THK ItllE.NIIU CON
An Lilttrt, thu Tliiers party organ, gives
th following French proKrammo:
1 ho army will llr.t enter Rosso to ncu
t rnllro the rjoiithern .States of (lormany, and
will then occupy and fortify Frankfort.
From this point they will sweep nil the
l'niiiin territory to thu lett of tho Ithlne;
then enter Frimia by way of Wihalla,
and the reconstruction of llio Rlicnish
Confederation will follow.
t-LAMIKU OK Til I KM.
-M. Thiors publMies, this mornini.', an
indignant denial l' having received, as
stated by tho Finr,A letter from tho ICing
of l'nu.iu, thanking him for hi speech
UKhinU tho snr.
I'liOTKITlOX 01' THK CAl'ITAL.
Tho Kmjicror, etcrday, rocolved n do
putationot (Ulicers of tho National Ouard
of I'arl. In re..iiiio to their congratu
lations, hn Mild ho idled upon tlio National
(iuard. I'pon them devolved the pro
tection of the capital during the war.
Tlio .Mlnitter of War has asked the
Corps Leginliitlf for thu Increase of tlio
military elan oi jj;o, from tin,000 to U9,
Wo men, nnd tlmt the contingent may bo
eiilhidout toservutiil .lauunry 1, IB. I.
l'arii, .Inly 10, '.'.yo i-.n.-L'p tothlstliuo
noskirmi'li lias occurred between tho hos
withdrew her agent from l'aris to-day,
WAll M'llllT J.V KKANCK.
Tho public und tulvatu subieriptions to
the various charitablu proJeet4 iuclileutitl
to thu war, aro very liberal iu all parts of
1.,. '!... l... li ' i. ...
ItlU IHIMHI. I HU A.II.U U lOlllU-
mart has elvou IUO,(x)0 franc. to ono of
these fund'!. Many persons havo ngreod
to pay certain hiiii dully during tho con
tinuance of tho war and others to pay
.Many manufacturers continue tho wages
of their employes who cnlitt.
A largo number of tho constituents of
M. Theirs who voted for him at tho last
wxctton, demand his retirement from tho
Cwrps Lcglthitlf, on tlio ground that ho
has outragud tho patriotic sentiment of thu
country by hU recont speech against tho
w,r- lcncral deputies to tho Corps Log
ilatil aro seeking t'jr commissions in tho
OFFICIAL l'HKNClI I'Al'Jtlt ON HOLLAND.
Tho Jcurnal-6(tielaX((lay has a signl
.1 1 ...I.I. ..L ..- Villi., l" .. tTnll.nJ
ucnoi uriuju un iiiu uiiuuuu ui uunnuu,
with which It profeskes'to Ihj pleased, and
, "Jlut no on,6 can Ignoro tho ambitious
desigm of rrnssla' agalnsl tho Idopcnd
inco of Holland. llUniarek wished to
jmko tliat genurous nnd illustrious littlo
nation submit as tlio Danish Dutchlcs wcro
forced to submit, llu wished to rendor
Holland a nnval Stato of the North Ger
man, Confedorntlon, and under protoxl of
(tabllshing closer commercial rcUlioni to
nlnco Pniiilan custom officers at AinotiALcQiaBiuncd In ini
dam. Tho patriotic emotion aroused In
thu Netherlands at 'tho' tisncof the Luxom
burg affair will also bd'Vetntmbcred; nori
Will II DO lorgoivon mi wunoui sus
tnnd taken bv Franco their Prussian pol
icy would hare had results fatal to tho la'
iicpsnocnco ana autonomy or me -losner-lands.
Tho Cabinet of hp Hague Is on iti
guard, and will not fall' tolnalntain thcroal
interest of tho country." fc ,
. AND OK SWiTJ! KULAND.
Thesamo jin)rhatlio'.folloltig on the
relation of SwltsiftHatid to France : i
"Wo learn from sovera Swiss Cantona.
and esDcclallyfrcm Noufchatol, that tlio
;mtlltary rooasures of thp . fedcrahgovern-
rmmt ore not airottou against' mince, out
aro inspired by a rricnmy neutrality. ' '
"Switzerland knows sho has nothing .to:
fiwr fromFr'ahce, hot'natilrat ally and Arm,
friend. Tho moastiros taken by Switzer
laud to secur'o tho 'respect of rrusila by
her neutrality i In our favor, as by her
geographical position sho protects an lav,
pb'rtant portion fef our frosiittr.-" ,i
"iifDOK'lAiSfJi I tt
Tbo friendly feeling' of Uiejpanlih poor
pic towards Franco Is silso pointed put by
the JouHtaU, "which" lays : f 1 ' )
"W, hear from-.Hpaln Ui4(:ll; notlco
how carefully in our present . ronfljet our
goremment arioVcftamMfV'rrate avoided
any arts or ozprattiom of arifrleedllnosi
t4iward that powor. ThU results from the
feollng and sympathy betwtnvto na
tion.,T ,-i . "
LiuaaALiTY oir th BUnuaa. '
Tho Emprens has sent CO.opp francs
W lllU OWtlUlJf ui iiiu fur tuv nuuiiuuu.
COUNCIL or WINISTiais")
Pa an, July loth otenlna. The Km-
peror held another Council) of. Minister
ratHCB NAPOLMOIS1 .
has arrived and had a loaf Interview wiih
the Kuiperor. It k utsaeralpod :that''A
corps d'nrinco will bo Immediately forsnt
and placed under tho coeaund of tkelL
Tho Corp tUlUiryeetenkyidoitt
tho projects of a loan submitted and cred-'
Its asked, by government, and'today SeW-
ato concurred in tho action of.Hieit'orps.
KNOUflU I.VrLUKNL'lt Olf JiaMSIABKl
There arorumers tliat Deiimsriris giving
way to mo iiuiuonco ot; Kngianu;t j
Ul'HHIA KaUTRA L. "
Itussia, so far, has shown no signs of
swerving irom neniraniy t .
AMIIAMAbOHri ORDIRKD lt6WB.
It Is reported that the Ambassador! of
lladen, .Suxony, Hose, iiavaria and Wur
tout berg havo beon ordered vtp kjs5 Parts.
THK OKI'tl!lAL DECLARATION OT WAR.
La ,i4r sars tho official' 'declaration
of war will not bo communicated to tho
Chamber until an answer fBill havo been
returuod from Prussia. r (V
VOX CAKI.OS ORDSBBD TO LBAVK.
Tho I.r Puhlie announeos that tbo
French government has given Don Carloe
orders to Icavo tho country. "
OlTll'IAL NOrK'8 or TUB DKC'ALnATIO.V
Otllclal notice of tho declaration of war
by Franco agalnt PrusiU'Was sent out yes
terday to tho European powers.: j
BXl'I.OStVK BVLLXT HOT TO BB f BED,
Franco has notified Prussia that sho
will not uso erplo.lvo bullets if Prussia
MRWATION AH.IMTO UK ATTKWITKD
After the tlrst battlo has boen fought all
tlio powers of Kuropo Will make an attempt
iotoi mo cunuici,
Tho French journals havo received orders
to putuisii nu information enncorning mil
OCRUAN CATltOLIUI 0rf0IBD TO
mvetui - x
'llio Catholics of tho 'South Gorman
Ktates aro reported against Prussia.
AURKm'D' AS Hl'IKs.
Kight Prussia oQIuors were seized in
Strasbourg as spies.
. Ono hundred thousand volunteers havo
enrolled In Paris and tho departments.
Pauih, July 10. IKn Carlos, the Spanish
agitator, is in l'arii, , f
liubral rauasuN roLiov.
IIkiii.i.v, July 19. Bismarck says that
prlvatu property on tho high scat ;wH bo
exempt from soliurc, without regard to
KINO WILLIAU'S arXKCH,
Last uveuini: Klnif William inula
speech to a great number of thu people of
.li nu wiiuwniiiu iiiiuiigmiuiaic mm, tie
said ho was not responsible for the war
which had Just brokon out. Ho might
personally bo passivo under the outrage,
but Germany, oven from beyond tbo sua,
had spoken. Maori Sees woro euro. Prus
sia had been spoiled by her rapid victorioe
In two wart, and PerbtBe a voru f.in
awaited her now. lie, however, knew what
hope to from God, the amy and the people.
A French proclamation, for the purpose of
exciting the peoplo to revolt, bat been dis
tributed iu Hanover.
Ukukhklh, July 19th. France
municatod to the various nowan a ntia.
cation that the hat entered Into reciprocal
engagement with Belgium ansl Holland,
insuring their neutrality. France it alto
In active negotiation with Russia to ebUln.
her formal promise of neutrality, i
UIUIIKH BATBaor ISHUBANCK.
Loxuoy. July 19. The Llovda .i
from nveor ton guineas on German thin.
TUB SWORD UUHT DKCIOB.
The Timti of thit mornina- abandom ii
hope of modiation. Tho uword mast now
CUUItIKU VOB OBBUAX VSStBLt.
I.ONiioy, July 10. French ironU.I.
aro crultini; on tho Doirrar Hantri In tkn
North Sea to pick up German vossols.
The German prons is filled with seem
ingly unalToctod complaints of tho false
hood and trickery by which Franco seeks
to place tho responsibility of tho beginning
of tho war on Germany,
( AMXKICAK BUILT VKSSKLS,
LoKDW. July 19 Tho Shipping Uatctle
thlaki tho Germans fortunatu becauso so
many of their merchant vosscls were
bought from tlio Americans during tho rn
cont rcbolllon, which may now l covcrdd
by tho American flag.
TIkj London Pott is .sceptical touching
.riojW rqcclvctl from, Franco (uid Prussia.
It IscHbos the bulk of thV dispatches to
1 ixT Jufy tftSi tilile k wh'leli
ojilMket harp and j. Liv
I orpool yesterday conilnuos to-day. and
tVdVilllVIWMVU UfB'lUIUUI VX WPIUII BtHllU
!Mt7faiUatljijstbcre1i an uhdtrstand
li:MtWoi Fiarmand AtMlr
jiM.on. which was written, "Tho people are
dying of nungor." In front of tbo Jllnls-
irjOTiinwrioriahi othtr public depart
imaU. thoy halted nnd demanded omploy-
IFCCIAL JOINT SESSION OF THE
i.; J. i CITY.OOUNCIL.
lyti ; i -r,w-0;iii..iMi,,.lhno.
rresbnt Couhcltniijn Artorjjnrconscn,
JMyor' Taylor, Brankle, Carroll, Fltxger-
aid, iut, Atonr. inoritan, -McKee, Men
del, Waldor.andr.Wlntor. U.
Tho Mayor boMKaXsent on motion a -aermia
If endel took the ebalri and stated
'tho objoot of tho meeting tree to recelvo
a report iromj me special oommiiieo ap
pointed ontho 1st .Inst,, to examine into
thbflnncial'condltlonof tho city, and to
consMer 'such ' other business as might
cotao before thcr board, whorcupon the
clerk presented and read report from
Wd-bommjlteo, to-wlt: .
tho special committee, appoinwu oy mo
CityCiouncil In joint meeting assembled,
on July . 1st instant, to ascertain the
lamotlnt of city ordors outstanding, and to
Matter' tixahilriattoris, respectfully nv
bwVMi pstrt, " i ' '--1
TAftt M aisunlaatloB of the, books of tho
city ,hia.atlsfled them tliat an , accurate
estimate "of -the amount of city orders now
ouUtandlsssxcasiibe arrived at only after a
critical aniUboriouj examination, whloh
will require cbnsldorable time to snake. Aa
H fir'of tho' utmost ImpoTtance that the full
asssottfit'of tfcerelry IndeMadneHthbirld be
aeeertained ae Ueeailissst day poasibU, and
rUlnUie Jkiaount of city orders, Jurore"
'cVrtTWteeStiT triaeurV warranU fn any
MMr'wByrymsr etaatHtco recommend
Uet all koUeta of .Ussa evUeuoas of eitr
iodeUedaeee be requeLd to, pretest ttonv
t'tn Ih- Alt. TAaiiro f.. .mi.) .t - ft
I ...j y"? i-THfww m mm
r anT'day, arid that1 the city Truiirer be
f iutructod not to receive, after a certain-
day, (to be fixed by resolution) any city,
order,! Jjri'JcrtloWo or treasury war
Sfnt unlosf, they shall have been so regis
tored., ' '. ... . , . . . i
xo carry out uiuia recomDicnuanons tliey
flVHIIII ftUVIHIh IUI tl.U VUllllliUrBIUIl UI
rsubrhitrbr -tho consideration of
tbeCHy Council, resolutions, and nn ordi
nance, theadontion.of which thoy recom-
'xourcommitteo.nnd tliat tbo examina
tions roulrcU by 'the object of thoir ap
pointment fcannot bo made by one clerk,
without kreat additional labor, and there-
fore rorjaest thoy may bo authorized to
D. ARTEIt, Chairman.
July 10. 1870.'
Rttolvta, That tho City Troasuror bo
and sto it hereby iattruetod and directed
sot to roceiro, alter August litli, 1H70, in
payment of any indebtedness to tho city
and not to roJoom any order drawn by tho
City Clerk on tho Oitv Treasurer, anv
juror's certiffcato of the former Court of
common neat or tno city or Cairo, or
any treasury warrant or other evidonco of
Indebtedness, lest than IS. unlets It bo
coupons becoming duo hcroafler for tho
payment of interest on bonds, unless they
havo been registered aa hereinafter provi
KetolvtJ, That the City Treasurer shall
givo notlco immediately upon tho adoption
of tbeso resolutions by publication for
ire dart successively in a newspaper pub
lished In tho city of Cairo, of tho ubovu in.
ttructlons of tho City Council, and al.otbal
ho is prepared to register all tho outstan
ding uvluencet of ity indebtedness above
referred to, . When laid ovidencet are
presenteu to tbo Ci,ty Treasurer, be shall
examine the tamo and satisfy himself by
roferonco to the scrip book and serin resis
tor and other sources of Information.
wneuicr am uviuenccs oi illUCOtotluei'i
havo been correctly issued, and irso issued
whether thoy havo been paid or redeemed.
If satisfied ujwn tbeso points and that tho
city it logally bound to pay tho same, the
said City Treasurer shall write In rod ink
across tho faco of said evidence ofinuVhie.!.
nest tho word "registered" with tbedatoof
presentation and his namo and
after the filteeiith day of August next,
18i0, hu shall not recefvo any such eviden
ces of Indebtedness unless so reois
tered. IlctoitiJ. That tho (ltv Triiir.r i...
and ho Is hereby Instructed to procuroa
suitable book in which to register the ovi
dencet of tho city indebtedness hcreinbo
fore referred lo. und hu thai I en
the number, date and amount and tho
party to whom issued of all inch ovi.im.
of city Indebtedness as may bo prosontcd to
(un, anu cntitua tuitea to registration.
iissoferrf, That tbo City Clerk, under
tho direction of tbo Fiminm S'nmiii. i ,.
and he is hereby instucted to procure a
now book of orders on tho City Treaturor,
In tho form now used and with ilmllup
Margins, tho orders and tho mark-Ins to l
correspondingly numburod at the blndory
or printer's, 'consecutively from ono
wards; but to To printed In gro9n ink and
to havo tho words 1 Third' torles"- printed
in small loiters at tho top of each, and tho
City Clork shall not Utuo anv other nr,i.
on tho City Troasuror after the 16th dav
orders shall be iasuod in numorical order
etw wtsejs sspy one te rendered unlit for
Iseuo, whattitj akaM be oalttad
JiVt67rsr, Hit 'llio Special Committoo
appointed at joint mooting of the Cltv
fo$tt2&2 ft11". Y certain
NMvawowmwritmnding tcrlp arid other
city indebtedness, bo authorised
to emDWv anotbor clerk in ..s.
dltion to the ono already authoritod.
iypffiiy90 a!l0 P;td. that thoy
bdJsJakNdaa ordtnaaee relative to tho
dutWlfearUln icltyfofleors thorein
nanwdr, -which Wat pretentod and read nnd
on motlcn the report was received and tho
ordinance referred to tbo ordinance com
ntea wltk Instructions to report at tbo
nn mvtning oi am oeiect council.
Alderman Wlntor movod that tho sovor
al resolutions reported by said committee,
bo toamonded aa to limit tho time In re
gard togregUtorlngcity orders to tbo Istday
or September, 1670, in lieu of August IStb,
1870, and that tho treasurer bo required to
giva thirty days Inotico in lieu of live,
Carried by the following vote, vit :
Ayes llranklo, Carroll, Fitzgorlld,
Klob, MeKoe, Mei.dol, Wnldor antl AWn-lor.-8.
Naya Arlor Jgonson, Moyor, Tnylit,
Lohrnnd Lonoman. 0.
A motion was then mndo to adopt the
resolution ns nmonded, Carried by a
To UN Ifnnnr tho Mnyor, Ileal"! nf Aldermen n.l
ieei Bunnell oi mo cny oi ur.iroi
(lontlemon Your petitioners weiild ro
spectfully roprosont that a crtaju two
story framo hotiso has been retnovetl and
located on lot flvo (fi), in, block tweiity-lwu
(JJl, in tlio city of Cairo, contrary lo tlio
v. inn's ui h mnjurny oi mj iiro:itjr
holders of jald block, ns well at in viola
tion of tlielro'ohllnancc, and ydbr peti
tioners would ask that tho laid frame build
ing bo removed. John Curranpo. S.
Ilnlrhlien. John" Kochlnr. Kato Gibson.
) llebrred to tho Committee on Fire De
partment. Hy Councilman Taylor .-
llctohdl, That notlco bo given by the
lity Clork in tho ncwsnnpcrs published In
the city, and by hand bills distributed in
the country, iu tho neighborhood of tbt
city, that all ordinances restricting lis
sslo ol meats, vcgotnbles, fruit, garte,
country produce, or articles of any do
icrlpllon, to tho market house havo, been
rupealod, nnd that all surh articles can be
sold at any placo within tho city limits, nt
-1 Hy Alderman McKoo:
1 WffvmiAt, it it understood thai the
Harlot Committee has not yet been ablo
to mako a satisfactory nrratijfeniont for tho
sala and removal of tliu present market
housebuilding as required by a resolution
or the City Council of April 1st, last,
lttolvtd. That tho City Marshal bo and
ho hereby Is instructed sell tho said bnlld
ing, at public auction, 'to tho highest bid
der in city orders, public notlco having
been first givo in a public newspaper of the
intended talc for Ave days, and a condition
of the sale being that said bulldlnfe shall
be removed within 30 days.
" Adopted by tbo following vole: '
Ayes Arlor, Jorgcnson, Moycr, Tsy
lor. Carroll, Fitzgerald, McKee, Welder
and 'Winter 0,
Nays Brankle, Klob, Lohr, Loncrgan
and Sendel 6.
lly Councilman Taylor:
' Wbbbbah. By section 378, of "An or
dinance to adopt the ordinance of tho city
of Oairo, ae revised and codified," it is pro
vided that, "At each monthly tuted meet
ing of tho City Council said Supervisor
(of streets) shall mako a roport or his re
ceipts and expenditures, and work for tho
previous month, which rcporiiballcontaln
the nemet of tho persons laboring ;on tbo
ttroets, and of persons making payment
in lieu thereof," theroforo
JtrtotW, That tho Street Supervisor U,
end is hereby required, to furnish tho
Council, nt its n ox t regular stated meetine.
the statement required by laid section 378
of the revised ordinances, and that tho city
Clerk furnish tho Street Supervisor with n
copy oi mis prcamme ana resolution
Cotincllmsn Taylor' then presented and
read an ordinances to amend Sec. 17, of
an ordinanco to adopt tho ordinances of
mo city oi uairo as -revised anm counted
Kofcrrod to tho Ordinanco Committoo
with instructions to report at next meeting
A motion wss then mode that tho Cltv
Clork bo instructed and authorized to rent
the south half of tho framo bulhlinir sit
uated on lots 3 nnd 4, in block No. H, in
tho City of Cairo, know at tho "Pilot
House." to bo used as rltvomcesanilCoun
ell Chamber, and tlmt said building bo
rentod upon tho best terms he can mako;
me montniy rental oi wnieii is not to ox
cood$2SO0lncab,and that uponaconium
mation of a contract for said buildinir. ho
shall proceed at onco to remove from tho
imiiuing now occupied. Larricu by the
following vote, viz:
Avos Artcr. Joricnsen. Mover. Tav
lor, lirankle, Lohr, Ixmorgan, McKic nnd
Nays Carroil, Fitzgerald, Klcb, Wal
derand Winter 5.
Adjourned. JOHN 1IHOWN,
THK TltlCIIUl KI'lUtUN UU l'OBli VOBM
Porhaps It is not generally known' that
thu much talked of trichina tpirali. or
pork worm, was first discovorrd in Amer
ica by Dr. It C. Kondali; of -Philadelphia
Pa, with that American Instrument known
as the Craig Microscope, routing only
f-,7fi, after repeated fallun-s to discoter
thu worm with an Imported mlerojcope,
coiling $55, "of fueblur pow'sr ami leas re
liable." This fact Dr." Kendall siinds
ready to provu nt any time. Tim "Craig''
Mieroieoiiu iu neat Ihix with full dl'ortion
Wmailuil anywhero for t :.!'. b K. II
Ho's, i!l Locust .St., St. Louis, M.i.
itena tlic ttUvortlsement in th.s paper.
my .11, U3m
HlltlUTO iKT :,
It U sM that tho new Constitution rat
ified by tbepeople on tho 2d instant, will
relieve tho tax payers of Illidois ef n bur
den of at leaH $5,000,000 per annum. It
is said with equal truth that if you will
buy your whisky and brandy slralgtts,
your gin sling", your toddios, your wles,
ales mid beers ut tho Sun Flower nloon
presided over by the nmtblo P. Fitzgerald,
hsq, you will escapo nil tho tortures and
torments of aching heads, deranged stom
achs nnd appetites inseparable from tho
uso of linpuro articles. Ho keeps the vary
purost liquors in tho market, and serves
tbefii up in a style that is perfectly irrcsls
Tho best billiard saoon in Kgjpt is i
connection with the Sun Flower.
Gentlomcn go tp John Antrim', 73
Ohio Levee, for all your muslin thirds,
hosiery, underwear and paper collars, and
tavo at leatt 25 per cent from tho ordinary
rota! prices. Ho has tho best cloth cov
ered paper collar evor olTored in tho Biar
kot. fj ta
910,000 worth of Cloth i so, FunNijt
ino Gooua, Booth, Shobb, Hath, Caij.m,
Trvnkh and Valisis, going off at n noc
ritlco at Isaac W alder's, cornor of Sixth
street and Ohio Levoo. Now Is your
chance to get a good suit nt a low prico.
Meyer, cornor of Twelfth ttroot "and
Washington nvonuo, not only kcops sploii
did St. Louis beor, but the purest of wined
and liquors, and tho best brtndt of cigars.
Go to J. 0.1i.Uagwell, l'hotogrnphor,
corner Eighth troot, and Ohio Lovco, for
picture?, Carto do VHtes, He. Having
mndo nrraiigemcnU wllh somo or tho licit
nrllsM.'of our largo clilcs, Im respectfully
solicits orders for copying Bi.tl enlarge
Ing old picture. OH nt Ms moiik nmt
seusivcimnns of wo-'k In that line,
I .(Wat Kxi:itMiHTr-Groat slaughter
of Uigh.Pricwat AnUlm'j, 78 OWssIcvcr,
whoro you enmot only find tluisost fasli
ionibl.4 and scatonnblo stock of. cjolhing in
thooity. hut thclargost and beit'rvarieiy
of raw, Leglorn, Pansmi, CaVtisiere and
(jjik lints evsr oirerii) In Calro;iuy you
haltsnd clothing right thcro. " tf
r fAUiKa, clothier, corner ,cT'Sitxb
sWjlind Ohio levee, sells nUhlng, hall
(ApstHMjls shociuand furnihlngj goods,
I'lnnipc'r, by 10 peruecnt. (Inn any other
house In Cairo. Cll atij satisfy your
tolvos before you buy, tf
It you want pu'ro wines and Hquora, Or
a nico fragrant cigar, go lo tho Washing
ton Saltfin, cornerof Washington avenlto
npd Fourteenth ttroot. Tho proprietor,
Mr! t. HlankenbUrg, will treat you well
andqtut his loyt) which can'tTjosur
pasalB Cairo. ') jelCdlm
-WsurotocallatTS Ohio Leyeo. as
seo the June Dug Hats, with a varied slock
Mother new stylet; too numcroua. to rscn
lien, llcroombcr Antrim t it the plnco to
gevjour natt; . w."
You will greatly "mlsJ it" If you don't
buy tbcUtnr Shirt at John Antrita'i, No
73, Ohio Lovce. ' tf.
Froth, healthy Swedish LeecMrecaiv
cd regu'arly froirtlnt1 importafi in Ney
if or it: Applied aMaeid, wholtjajif or re-
tall, by, rJTnKoioLt),
JyCUttM BlBat, near Ql;, yvee
Trleot and bektcs!tntrs suits, very
fine, made to onle'r. Vai tho old relltWe
clotkBg houso of.Jobn AntrUn.lJTo. H
fariMneldlllock. 1 1 tf.'
at WAtnA'afiTocB otOLOTtitaa
astdtKisblng gno-U Wiiia wawk I It It
ropleto with Ai.i.THk novclthf . of the
sowpii, at prices to suit the timie.,. Corner
SUUi street and Ohio levoo.
,Foa tho coolest and most palatable SL
LbiiU larger beer, go to Mevtxiliaaloon
corner of Wathluglon avenuo and Twelfth
nonci: to Stramcjxrb. If 'areyou
strango In this city, don t fall lo call on
Welder and uxfimiuo his stock of clothing,
boots, shoes, hats, cap and fumlthlng
goods'." . I o - s 1 " tf
Ventllalod hats, In entirely new styles
tho most .cotufortable andTdc'lKhlful hat
ever worn, at Jno. Antrim t. tf
Ynutba' boys' and Children's clothe, at
hii than Now York prieca, will Ins told
tliit week, at V, NefTs, regardles of ixsrt
A now supply ofCalf Jtoot and Gallons
ust received nt P. NeCs, Nu SO Ohio
W. W. Thornton, No 13. Thornton's
block, Tifitli street, has just received threo
hundreil Loxct of glass, varying Iu, size
fromSxlOlo 30x40. tut talo, wholcaale
er retail. JItf.
riilST H1THN1L Bill
is N i ax iiitbo, raislVa)li '
1'. N. IIHUMKM, CsMhltr.
Collections Promptly Made.
lixrlanntre, Ot)lti, BttBik. titvn
uau vnlleel HtlJMcHri
iBtrmit Alto wed M TIbm
CITY NITIOIU Bill
Capital - - f lpO.OOO
W. P. IIAL.I.1UAV, Prtldal
A. M. ArVOHU, Uaelsleti
WALTKK IIVBLSJP, AetUlatst Caeble.
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rargooijutiired at roUs.a farorsMe as cim.,
prtnauMt tarltjr will warraat,.
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tlitrt or tliirelrtaa..
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