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rPSIE OAIBO IBTJXjXjIEj'X'IIN", SEPTEMBEB 27
!W 8F m (IT
:it.ya Our Jiraoiii'
Mr. Michael McCarthy tlropjioJ hi
tiouVet book. lontiilnii'iL' S'.'.lOo, on tho
sMowalk, last nltjlit, Mi it railing to lltitl it
during tlio nljitil liiol iiWit rnmlo tip hi
mind that it had fallori Into dishonest
hands, Rtid would iiuvur m roUorud to Mm
him. A. littl.1 Bonri'li this morning, how
uvor, disel(:d tho niUsini; wallot, laying
iindtr tin) olg'J "r 1,10 id(iWilk, lU ion
Okxkuai. W. II. Aswuim-v cntored the
l-Vdural army ui Lloutiitiatit Colonel of the
lOtli Illinoii voluntuur, In tho
Hu woe, shortly aft;rward, for his valorous
conduct on thu battlo Hulu, promoli.n to
tho position of Colonel. Ho paid
through tho tnotnorablo tHinpiiign with
(Jemiral SliMNiian, w ut the lull of At
linta, and tit Columbia .South Carolina,
wa promoted to a Hrigadicr ( !.:n' ruUli I p.
The editor of tho Cairo Sun hnvlng tts
wrtod that fiunurid Anderton ii mi oWtiro
Individual of whom nothing it known, and
that he received hit tillu of Utntral for hi
"emlnont sorvico at hoinu during tho wur'
wu n.ik him, at an net ofiiinplo Justlcu
to a bravo und deserving man, to givo thu
abov paragraph n placo in his columns.
TiirOruman Hai.i. Lai-t.Vioiit Kueh
ro-uiilani as that hold in Sctied'a hull, lml
eight, for thu lenetltof the (lormun school,
are, like unbolt' visit', few nnd far between.
Tlierti was ii goodly crowd present, nnd
from tho Urat lound of the violin to tho
concluding inarch, all went mirrily an a
marrlagu fcll. The participant nruuriaii
I in on j In tho conclusion that It was tho
most agrtvablu, bet conducted Mid pleat
nnt occasion of thu kind, they over attend
nd In Cairo. In a pecuniary J"iiit of view
It wm alio a utc1 nnd no pt rion contri
butoil moro lornnko it to, than tho Mes.r
Wittliji, who, in a spirit of liWaHly di.
tarring of all praita, furnished llw music
fre4 of charge
hava beon mmest'd by the manager
of thoball, at dl ai by theTrmtou of the
(Ivrman School, to ludur to iii:Mr. Wit
tlf'i an cxprenion of thanki in whiih nil
irma and other ritir.om iuterted in
the iuccpm f the School, will cheerfully
Join, Their exceeding kindnei and liber
ality will be gratefully rcmumberi'd, and
will provo In tlm at ubread cait uon the
IiiKuiriAi.aor Exf.-BLt.k.KT Kuasn t.itu
at AfCTtov. On Thunday morning,
Htptvmber I'Jtb, 1870, at half paH nlno
'clock, a.m at tho reiidenco of .Mr. WIN
liatni, on Wathington avvnuo, biwcn
Kightb and Ninth atruot, I will otlur for
aalo a largo auortment of parlor, brdroum
and kiu hon furnituri', coriaUtiu of ri,
wnud and haircloth, parlor et, oak and
walnut wardrcbci, rotowool and birduyu
inaplii chamber icti, haiidiomo hairrloth
parlor chain, sofai, marblo top tableii
Hruiioli carpcti, gool two and thrco ply
carpU.; Alio one tine seven octave plano(
manufactured by Htelnway A .Sum. Kx
temion tabloi anil chair, dining tea and
Klan ware, iprlng mnttriiiot, feather,
comfort, iheet, blaukiit, bunuiui, rooking
ttOTei, heatjng itovet, Vnlve, fork, etc,
eto. Alio lot ef Uvnnnti and Kngl!h
landard work by celebrated authorii,
Torwi of talc, cash. All good fold
Without reMrra. 0. HA HTM AN,
SiV'r'a oytter taloon, (Juit opened) and
rritaurant at 102 Commercial aTcnue, es
pecially cflinminand then.ieWo to every
body who want oytur stowed, fried,
ro-uted, or raw j oyter by tin dozen can
or case; or a lunch, or a ''good vjuarn
inwd" frTed In tho very bet tylu of thu
culinary urU Tho room aro widl fur
nihrd nnd retired, inmring thu patron
whelhorladyorgentlonmii, perfect exump
tion from Intrtutun. Tho !oU aupplicd
and mot oxteniivo rofectloncry in thu
ity, it In connection with thU c.tablikh
stunt, ready at all tlmm to tupply wvdding,
picnic and other parties bulls families
etc, with tho cholewt dikes and confec
tion, on short notice, nnd In nny quantity
ileiirod, Hemombcr tho place, and givu
tho MtablNhtnent ntlinro of your patron
FllKMI, SCASOXAULK, STYI.1MI AHU
Ciiav. Tho choapctt, frhel, and mot
aaaionable ai(d fuhlonublu tock of dry
good, clothing, etc., may bu found at IMS
Commercial avonuo, Mci.r. Gulditlnu tV
Koionwntor. Tho Fail toek ii now nrri
Ting, frcih limtullmetitt being rocoived
t very day, and every lady or gentlmim
that ha inspected It pronounces it Juit tho
kind of n stock demandod by tho market.
Furthermore, Memri. (ioldotina &
Kotonwater liavo roquesKxt u to 'ay to
pie public that, wbilu n better assorted
fresher or moro fashionable stock cannot
bo' found In 'tho country, they will ptrmii
nobody iii tkt country 1n undersell iktml
Thuy proposo to satisfy themselves with
imall proHts and to guarantee foll satis,
fnctlonto their customer in overy initanco,
Drop In there, aad you ran soon satisfy
yourself that tbia notico In not a ''pufl'," but
plain candid statement of facts. dlw
Chauthu Oak Cooking Stovo thu beat
In use for aale by C. W. Uotidcron -190
r i fcTTT T yt ' rnuuuioui.
&W1LA Jcob Will furnish Gasolino
tor uaiount lamp ana itovoi si' low
Qo to 05 Ohio IiTeind buy the Au
rora oil for 30 eonti per gallon, Those who
havo It know It value, tt.
si'i:i:cnr:s n mti:i:N,.MoiaN a.vp
I'ltrtnnt tori of it Di'iuoerntli' CJnh
Tlier- was fi vrr; r"" jf cfii 'Jo t'irri o"t a'
Mr.. (Jall'nuy'i bull niluy JaU nlgliti overy
man jiiuicnt being n white man nnd n
The Minuting wm orgunixud by tho elec
tion of .Mr. John I. Holy as chairman, and
.Mr. .M. J. Jfowh-y as feeretary.
Mr, Joel li. Morgan stated thut th
cliiuf object of tho miiuting wa to organ
l.i' Fourth Ward liumouratio club. Or
ganization wan eiiontial to succes and
it wu4 full tiniothn inltinl nteps wero takon.
All conterrativo men wero asked to unite
with tlm club, not hi iJemocrats but a
oipenetiti of tho tyranical and ruinous
rule of the Hudical party.
The club wai then organited by the elec
tion of thu following otlicem :
President, Joel (. Morgan,
Vieo President, .1. II. Koblmon.
.Secretary, .loliu C.Crowley.
Executive Coiumittie, .Iiuno ('. Hulls
van, Nick Williams, IhiuuU Mnhoiiey,
Joeph .Swoboda and Al. E. Powern.
Tho President and .Secretary wero con
Jtl'.utHl a coiiiiiiltUu of two io pre
pnre llvdaws and a Constitu
lion for thu iovrnmtint of tho club.
.ludgu Green then responded to the anils
of thu crowd, and delivered ono of the
most forcible and effectlvo f peeebe of hi
life. He referred to the prevailing antag
onism between capital and labor, and ad
monished his hearers that, unless the
Hadical party was overthrown, tho timo
was not distant, when the laboring mim
es of the country would le placed In the
iron grasp of capital a master more
arbitrary and exacting than any despot of
tho old world.
lie ipoko, and with marked ctTix't, of thu
prevent taritf that rob labor to enrich the
manufacturer; that discriminates in favor
of thu rich man and against the poor man.
He. showed that, while tho Kadi,
cal taritf taxes diamond
only 'ii per cent., emeralds only ton per
cent., and Mosaics and statuary nothing
article purckasod and used only by tho
wealthy citizen it taxes salt l'J5 per cent.,
it taxes coarse blankets 200 per cent., and
all those articles purchased and used by
tho MXr man, in a like exorbitant manner.
On thu poor man's woolen bed-spread thoro
it a duty of 'J00 per cent, while upon tho
rich inati't lace curtain the duty is only
thirty-five per cent. Theto instances, and
many other wr referred to to show that
tiie Kadical party is grinding thu poor
man Into thu .earth whllo it
it pouring untold wealth Into
thu haiidi of the manufacturers of New
Kngland, aud thu capitalists, banker,
broker, nnd bondholder of tho country
The Judge also referred to tho National
banking system, showing that its elT-ct was
to draw j'.'O.OUQ.OOO of dollar annually
from the sweat and labor of tho country,
unnccetiarily ;and to build up a power in
thu land antagonistic to labor. Tho old
I'ulted State bunk hud boon crushed outof
-xiitence, because the capital it controlled,
fi0,000,0vli, was full ofdanger to the labor.
ing masses. If that sum threat
ened to uxercisc a purniclous
influence upon tho industry of the country,
what may we not expect from the $160,.
000,000 now Invented under our National
Hanking svstcm? The evil is net alarm.
ing now, but to Intelligent laboring man
rancontemplato the future, without feel.
ings of aboolute alarm.
The speaker alto referred to the progress
of tbo Radical negro equality doctrine, as
serting that two years would not elapse be
fore tho peeplo of Cairo would be taxed for
tho education of the negro children. Tho
Itadlcal party had mndo thencgroacitixen
aud a voter, in the face of thu protc'tatiuti
of ill rank and tile, that it intendud to do
no such thing. "Who then can doubt that
the party contemplates anothor step,
which 1 the education of thu black child
ren In year public schools, at your ex
pense aud mine, and at tho expense of
evory man who owns property subject to
M'k'KCH Of JOBL II. UOHUA.V.
Joel U. Morgan being called for, took
tlicstaud. Ho didn't propo'o to enter into
a discussion of the questions at issue be
tweun thu two parties. Ho desired to re.
for to a matter of local consequonco one
that concerned cTery while man in Cairo,
whether Democrat, Itadlcal or Liberal,
(It tho population of Cairo, one third, or
largely over '.',000 were negroes. Fully
one half thu puupor and criminal expense
of thu county, were on account of thceo
3,000 negroes and all of them didn't pay
taxes to tho amount of fifty dollars a year.
They erected miserable huts on the out
skirt of the town, contributed nothing '.o.
ward the support of the local government,
and a full grown negro, would subsist a
whole day on a ten cent water melon or a
half peck of potatoes foci comfortable In
the cast oft garmonts (of tho white man,
and could ileop soundly In a pile of straw
or In a hopper of asho. Such nn alentoni
of population, could, of course, work
cheaper than .tup .white man. They could
to employ a dollar as tokoep soul and body
.together for a woek, and consequently,tlf,
tbey Ind employment' (or ono day they
can, and many of tb,m do, boaf during the
entuiug six day. Who eipccti white
laborer to compete with sitscH a
class or pooplo ? Thoy "etmuol ;
live a the negro does," remarked the
speaker, "and I tell you in all seriousness,
that white laborer are driven from our
rnldtt to Jonesboro, Anna, Oarbondale,
Hiand Tower and other point where thoy
j will net to subjected to fucIi degrading com
, j)"tition, The negro prodticnfl nowcnlth
, lor (limrrlf or nnylody else, nnd their
prw -ru-f i n (Vro hmhnd nn offoct that
no miin, w.'i !!i,.r lio be I) n crnt ur Had
l'fii,cnii fu, t deplore Kvmj whilotax
pnyor ( Cairo, who owns n r.)mfortablo
hoino'tcid pays ; f laxe.- mfo your
county nnd r'l, ,1 trei ;:ri - than
ail tho nugroui ol Cairo
combined ; yet, if Alexander county should
pass into Hadical management, the negroes
will bo the balance of powur the control
ling element. It will be for them to levy
taxes and expend them, and to managotho
all'alrs of thu county, toward tho support
of which tho whole mass of them do nut
contribute fifty dollars t "Will onterprir
ing white men invest capital in a town,
whore Irresponsible non-tax-payiag
negroes, hold thu balanco of power. 1
need not answer the question, for to my
own personal knowlodgo tho mere probabil
ity of such a condition of at'alra ha
deterred several persons of moans and en
ergy, from investing in our property nnd
locating in our midst."
From this subject Mr. Morgan passed to
tho announced obji-ct of thu meeting, and
urgod the formation a large, unthuniantic
and earnest working club. Everybody
was invited to Join who drlred the over
throw of the Hadical party, which had
been flo to its pledgus fale to the peo
ple, and which had become tho corrupted
political organization that uvor had dis
tance iuthl or any other country on the
faco of thi globe,
HOW TIIKV WKIIK nKOIIVKI).
The speeches of Messrs. Green
aud Morgan hod a splendid oiled, Mid
called out repeated and uniulstukable
manifestations of approvnl.
M'kccii or 110.V. II, w. Wlllll.
The Hon. 11. W. Webb wm called upon,
and said that he had uccepted thu nomina
tion of thu Democratic party for thu Leg
islature because It had boen unanimously
tendered. Hu did not seek tho otlicc, nod
wui In hope Ike choice would fall upon
some other man. HU patty had, however,
in time pat, given hlmjovery otTico ho had
asked for, and when, In a unanimous voice,
the County Convention had asked him to
run for the Legislature, bo did not fuel at
liberty to docllne. There was certainly no
money in tho office, in fact it involved
upon the Incumbont apocunlary sacrifice.
If bu should be defeatedfand although he
conceived tkerc win no danger, if the
Democracy tierfurmed their duty) be would
loto no more than any other Democrat.
If he should U elected, he would serve hi
constituents to the belt of hi ability, and
bavu thu atisfaction of voting for thu
Hon. Samuel S. Mar-hall or some other
good Democrat, to succeed tho dissi
pated Richard Yate in the United States
Sonate. "With thou remarks, wh Ich wero
listened to with the strictest attention
Mr. Webb closed, and tho meeting ad
journod, overy Democrat iu attendance
fueling inspired with Increase! zeal, and
a new born determination to "go in to
Hvui'ATnr for tbo French Republic,
and material aid for tho sick and wounded
soldiers, who aro now in need of aisiituntc
In that country.
preliminary meeting for tho above
purpoio was held In tho Hibernian Engine
IIouso on Sunday owning last, at which
a committee, compofod of eight persons,
were appointed to make arraugemonts for
a general demonstration, to be held as soon
a possible, and at the tuost appropriate
place, to raiso fund to bo forwarded te the
sufferer who to much deserve, American
Tbo following are tho name of the com
For tie First ward, Robert Smyth and
For the Second ward, Dr. J. Hoauard
and John Hylxnd.
For the Third ward, II. Me Manntts anj
For the Fourth ward, Pntrlck Burke and
Tho mouther of tho coinmittoo are re
quested to moot this evening at tho Hiber
nian Kugino Houu, for business.
tept37.lt F. VINCKNT, Chairman.
Vavax AMi Aovk To.nic Our reader
will bear evldenva that wo never, in our
columns recoutmond any article unless It
possttto undoubted merit, but wu do nd
vlioaRwho require a tunic stimulant to
giro the Homo Stomach Hitter fair trial.
Thoy aro Indented by physicinn hero and
abroad, a being superior to any nthem, who
prescribe tt.cm in their practice a a recu
pcrant nnd Invlgorator of great beni'Dt to
thu invalid, tie convalescent and the well.
They are a rcrtaiu preventive and euro for
fever and ague, and wo advise all of our
reader who are sulfuring from any of the
malarial dieaei Incident to tide lection to
try a fuw bottle of the Home Hitter.
"We have never known any bitter to bu to
universally eudom-d by thu best phsl
Til at Mechanic' Hoarding bouse, corner
ttf Third ejtd Commercial, W sonstiritly
growing in popularity.? -Mat Ilurns, thu
proprittur, oxertiug b la self o UesetA-y.
pumie patronage, anu ui enotu are ooiug
handeemel'y' toward! Hi boarder al
way wear a pleaaant faee when they come
from their .ideals bacsMutt; le-fod .them,
well. His room are furnished la first tato
style; the house is lighted with gM, and
tho bar i supplied with a HtuaJiquor ai
"tan bo found in Cairo, The lhouso is al.
wf y pptn, night njioj day, fjrQf rccoptloh
of guests and thotranactiou of business
and everybody ii kindly received aud hos
pitably entertained. Iktardjng, and lodg
ing live uoiiars per weea, or one uouar cr
(.Vljtiiirneil Joint Mi otli tho City Council.
Present. Councilman Arter, Dnrchiy,
Ilranklp, Klcli, Mover, McKee, .Mendel,
O Ciilltilinn. WuIiIcp. Winter 10.
His Hon the .Mavor holnir absent Alder
mun McKco took tho chair as Mayor ;iro
There being n quorum present tho board
proceeded to tho transaction ofbttsluena.
A communication from Mesur. J. Fulton
& tum, in relation to the running at lurge
of hog was presented and referred to tho
committee on ponce.
(.'sue, Si'. 11, u;o,
To the Hon. Mtjrnr md City Council of tlie Ciljr
o i jiru i
Your snecialfcoinmittou to rovise asses
rnetit, bog leave to report thut 'they hare
complatixl their labors, anu nerewmi sun
mil tuo revisttl assessment complete, wan
the exception of theOhio Levee from 14th
to 4tli street, it i ossessea at ?iw,uw,
Tho owners claim that it nhould bu only
$5000; nnd wo submit this appeal for your
decision. Tlio total assetstnent, uicluUlng
the Levee is S'-',PB,57.
P. "W. RARCLA Y,
Report received and committeo ill'
Councilman Jorgenien appeared and
took his .sent.
A motion then prevailed that the Coun
cil proceed to alfix a proper valuation for
taxable purpose uron the wharf lying
ouUido of Iiveo street between passenger
and freight depots of Illinois Central Rail
ro.il and tint tho Council ballot upon
each nnd every proposition from $5,000
upward until a majority of tho Council
agreo upon the valuation und asosimont.
Whereupon a motion to asso said wharf at
$5,000 wns mndo and voted down by a
unanimous vote viz,
Mr Winter then moved to assess said
itrip of land, known a tho wharf, laying
ouUideof levee street, between 4th and 14th
street at 76,000, which motion wm dec-,
onded by Alderman Mundel. Councilman
Jorgunson then moved as nn amendment,
that aid assessment be made at $10,000 In
lieu of $75,000. Carried.
The question then being shall thu wharf
be assud at $1U,000 upon which the ayes
and nays wero called with tho following
Ayes Harclay and Jorgens on 2.
Nays Arter, Urankle. Kleb, .Meyer,
MoKee. Mendel, O'Caltaban, "Wafder
and "Winter 9.
Thu original motion of "Winter to asee
at $75,000 wai then put and carried by the
Aye Arter, llraiiklo, Kleb, Mendul.
Waldor, "Winter-C. ,
Nay Harclay, J orgensen, Meyer
Hy .Mr. Harclay r
T tnc lleuoratlv the Mtyiit nu t City Council of
thu Oil j of l.'ilro
The Finance Committee beg leave to
submit the following estimate to your
honorable bod v. The estimated expense
of the city to be provided for under tho
present levy I as follows.
rer ucnerkl Intrrtsi run t n.l cu t
due bonds .. H.; It
horK.ii, llnwwl Co., luterrtt v.sio io
Kf,rtntrlipfD-t or chj ...... ,oi uu
Tui! i:i,lo.' i.:
To realize thi we recommend to follow
KvrOcDcml Int. rut Kuod, une-LnJf
(xrrent - f H,M on
For t'ui, HuwarU a Co. lutrivil KunJ
iw i.nfih per cunt... 11 sis oo
for ielirl exuvu.ct slmi-lifthi, br
ceat IT.7J; Oo
'Which with ctimateilri)cipts from
I.lcnin.I'Jll(-e MailitraUs tndolhtr
Uke totsl.M -. f t1,tri oe
Your Committee think tho above amount
is all that will berequlrud, under au econ
omical administration of tho-clty govern
ment, and recommend the adoption of the
following resolution. !
Respectfuilv tubmitted. J j
P, "W. HARCLAY,
Cairo, Sept. 12, 1870.
IltsoUed, by the city council of the City
of Cairo, conresred in Joint tcstlon, khat
the hsiossnient list now before the Council
be, and tho sumo aro heruby approved ami
that the cld list bo filed In the city elork
lltsvlvtd, That tuxe luvied on the prop
erty tlm assessed, for taxation, shall be at
thu rate of thrco fifth' of ono tier centum
upon thu nccd value thereof, to ralsuthe
General Fund, a provided by Section I,
Article 4, of tho Charter, one-half of one
per centum on thu assessed valuo thorcof,
to raiso tho general Interest fund n pr'i
vldud In said section and article, and two
tilth' of one per centum on thu as-cssed
valuo thereof, to raiso a special tax to pay
interest upon bonds issued to Fox, Howard
& Co., a provided for in section twenty
eight of in amendment tu the city charter,
approved February loth, lflCO.
Jtrtolted, that the City Clerk bo and ho
is hereby intmctcd to prepare it propr
warrant, authorizing the Collector to col
lect tho taxes a aforesaid, and when pre
pared tho proper olllcvr of tlio city, aro
hereby instructed and authorized to tdgn,
teal and deliver the tamu in acvordaiico
with tho charter and ordinances of thu city.
Hy Alderman McKee:
" C.iro Heel. I"7U.
"Wu XIIVA8, it is provided by law that all
taxation shall bu equal, and
WiiKitKA, many property owner of thu
citv of Cairo have paid their full usr.
ments levied agaliot their propurty for
trcet tilling heretofore donu by r ox, How
ard ii Co., und aru now called upon to pay
inturett unoa thu amount due by other to
thu aiskl Vox, Howard & Co., and unless,'
some re of atloril!, way posamiy no
oiipelledio.iasist in ti pavnient of tho
principal of that aiouSll ff which i
manifestly unjust and unequal, therefore.
Jtttotmi.'lj tti'o oily couiiajyof Cairo, in
Jont eIon, that the ordlnaitrtoinmittMa
are tiureoy intruciea so irsmo fu or-ai-nance
exempting from the payment or all
interest or principal of the amount now or
hereafter duu to Fox,, .Huward AXV, for
treet 111 iiig, all property tipoii Whjcir tlio
full asseesuiuut heretofore made have
been paid, and providing, alu, lat all
property owner, against wboee propetty
-;a.(Minient bat heretofoM been made
for atrcnt fllliiiLf 'under tho contract with
Pox, Huwurd & Co., hut which eiayimcnl
has not been paid, may avail themieWafcJ
theexemptlon contemplated a above, by
me payment, ai auy tiwv, so sne city
TpAaantM... sifUt AniAtinl ao lUleaieil airatnut
I their propoi ty; tlic said amount to bo paid
; in lawful money 0f tlm l.'nitcd Mates and
tobo fetni-urtlna'pcciiil fund to bo tie-
votcl "X. , .,!ve!y to tl10 jmy,,,ont of tho
I Oiiiuo ' j ( v ll AVitnl fi Co.. nmi nt the
c'y ol(.a,r.- I .frtftn milng.
AM-;rtni.n Winter, moved that tho rcno-
itii. jii . j n i. rreu to a (.oinn.ittco of three,
with m.tr'ictionA to con for with citv Attor
noytippn ( subject ruforted to' In tho
foregoing lutlon and rejiort at next
joint citii-.r, Tho hair appointed Mur.
Arter, Winter and "Waldor" as uch com.
Councilman Harclay presented tho fol
lowing billt which wero referred to the
Committee on Claims under the rule, vU
bill of O P I.yon. for s.I In full '- 1
Conit troller -.. 71 o..
in 'it"TiD, iur luuiuit; .1
11 Thot Mm litn, haiillBK tt tltj.
' Cairo r ilyfuCororiiiiflniinie.
la street lamp lo,uKUt lal
" 'If nlrttt lahultrs lustier Itjran to
Jtll) 1 it It (! NSMIHI
' Mtrn't ti'uinsteri uuder Kvan lo
" Ju lljnii.hirn'thtiiiiTtinir ......
" It Hid Tlh 1 llj ii1. Tor iil...,..
' W W Thottuoti, ilGorxMrCUrk'i
(ittli-B and CiiiiH'M Chamher
" i- niiuin, rtftaitinK tuol for ntrvvt
l.iUirer .. f, CK)
ItHmjtli A Co, anils for city U 0O
Hy 3Ir. Arter.
llftohfd. That tho Street Committu bo
nifU thoy aro hereby authorize J to employ
such nss'istnnco ,lrr carrying out tho reso
lution of tho City Council in reference to
tho repairs and reconstruction of sidewalks
n In their opinion triiiy bo ncccMary, tho
compensation for whatever services may
bo rendered to bo anwsod upon and col
lected from tho property benefitted by the
repair and reconstruction ol laid ildowalks
na tho othor cost of tho same. Adopted,
Hy Mr. Arter.
Itfsolrtd. Thnt tho line acsied by
Frednllno Hrota Anril Ilth lP7o calnst
T. U'Callnhan bo horcbv remitted.
ny .Mr. Jlarcloy :
Ilciolctd. That tho flnanco committee lie
and thnv arc hereby authorized and em
powered to eneuco tho services of omo
competent person to ut once complete tho
tnx doom rcauy lor tno collection or tuxes
upon tuu most reasonable term thoy can
Council then Adjourned.
JOHN UROWN, City Clurk.
ax ounce of preventive I worth a pound
of cure. To prefont chill and fever
take .Simmons' LIvettlloRtiliitor.
inii. i, l'.lii(i.li, Artlntlonl O'lainuh
14 J Wlrki. N (I Hi-Ill- I.i i'.fit Louis.
HAUal,l4JtUlr. Hu.. " ,
V V urtr, wane rif i-r, wntiiri'. ..MniiUf , .
i Cily ofOiro. VKksWifrf.
4( ' . ' -J
AiiuaJa, VaJueati . Arllnirlon, Coliitnl.ii.,
Iltll l...',.r otli ini, js i wirirn.Bi iiutf,
aoiimy, liuiitillu, Citr ofOlro, "
Thu weather continue cloudy lad damp
uith a temfM-ratiiru of "09
The river has fallen three inchc since
Tha MUsIlppi and tributaries above
St. Loul contluua fulling.
Tho Ohio also continues lo decllnu it
wholo lengtbrwlth l Inches lu tho chan
nel ts Pittsburg and on tho full at IjuIs
viilo, and M JnchiM butwut-u, i.ounvilU
aud Kvaiisvillo, and three feet from Kvalis
ville to Cairo.
Hustnci hero continue good.
The Heo and barges aro rocoiving 100
ton here for N.O,
Tho Mnyonta I' recelvlni;, and will ob
tain a full load here.
Tho Armada brohght out Id cases han
dle for rcshipment up thu lino of the I. V.
It. H.J ItO pkg waijou 4iiniterlal for .St.
Loul, !i0 ditto, 770 bbls Hour, 3 hhds tobac
co, 4 crate cabbotc forjreshlpnixnt outli.
The .Sam J. Hale M.hlp 404 tot here
for the South In the Magenta, and Will lay
up attlhl .port, to await the course of.
Tlie Uello Leo rooelvi'd 100 tent horo,
which was all he oould carry. Her ofllr
car afe very enthuslattlo over tho per
formance of a new patent grato bar, sttul
lar tothosoln uso by Mr. Hennlu of our
city. Turughwo bar whjch aro hol
low, thu water is conducted from thu doc
tor engine into the Udler, thu largely In
creasing the lira surface, and utilizing a
vast amount of heat which ha heretofore
bouii waatcd. The raving of fuel is ld to
bo extraordinary. If thoy centlnuo to'
work well Ail' thu Hello. I.ee,
and prove, that they do not
readjly get out of order, they will oon
come Into .iiiuraru"', as the principle i
The Armada leave,
evening at 4 oclt l;.
for laducah every
, , lr Hiirlr. .,
Wt aii-MiitlioiU- i tiiioiiii'iin-i- 'shtt lr. A. II
IHVLS' i I'nii'li'lit'' f'T l' "I!" I rut ft
Ali.s-tndrrroiiiil), at ll," iiseuii! .Noml'.-ri-l-IIDII,
nlll'jr'l l til"- lli clstilll ir tli pililm-iall,'
S'uiliil) I'timi'iitloll mij.O'l'l
Al llii-.nllvltlloii of liiuaj ltl- f I''"' l'1'4
Sicl pmliri.. I lun ty nnnumuv lujuolf - Hi"
I'KOt'l.K'S s'ANMIUTi: fiirr-li'Till"! l.a-tsl r
miily a IlK.t iiHUliiK NifilbrflcSi'li,
ma fiiii-nuiii uri ! i''inf tsi.
J.STU t' NKAllMUr.,
A bOUnt aitttlN, K.MMETI" ..'. 'lrlr
Will la fur lli alove utt all taUriarilUU ull
odiui uav even t4 '
QaitrivJ cr t)u Mft,,rauoii I
l 'J'01" w"
taseouu auiilr on Ixntfil, r loJ
j, M, flHI(l,lW, AatMl,
6 0 1!
Manufacturers of Steam Engines
AKlfa Mill MlMlllirnii mf iisi.
ril 1. Hf ll'
ICH O IAS Fi:iTH
Cor. M'lisliiuirtou Arc. X' 11 Hi St.,
Cairo, - - - Xllluoli
Kerr" constantly pn liaml the ct'lciiralvil
CRANE RRKKD'S nml RAYMU.Ml'S
AI.1.WI kln.ls orWnlnul an, lllai-k Vrlirt (..ill.lw.
' I 11 tin Hl'lva'lUJ li.urn', ninl vull
Altesiil nil Fiisii-ia Isa the (Ml)-;
IJ0(KS AND STATIONARY.
1 - top
ls tbrtr odI, ac str Tims, ltcattti tnj
atoor. ii.oou iikwamis fur m; cu or Mnut,
la aojr stwa atUcb Xhry Sail la curt.
IlL" pi. itlcllAU-rt IIOMIKM nAT
rtAUi, .nai. I ft i. sre ia.
rfst.l lterUtfi known. 1
Ilju ItlOllAfrt IIOI.IIEH
K 1,1 A I IS II . Md Oil IS ItlJ
ilmttst Tculc n.l ,itrlaint
la tho M-IK-I I l.t- 1- Id
ClIAfS UOI.IItX ASITDOTB
Ii lli utAf rtlltbl illurrUf.
Thetr ItrmsJIe u not tdrtrttsca so core an
CatorUInU, ami buflt nonf i l.ut art urot.
to e.ct a U.llcl uU apttJjr Cur la all tr
m'ot b rUJ. Tea oi iooauui
It ihlr iih, who fuse losi u oi". y
iDCJ a luurW bjr tb tot ofK
Icuiij. i Ttin VinTMT
I1ALSAU U. I 3FC -vri v "-"
I H; Throat ao.l Vlh. Hore i:y. Cul ia-
JL IULSm, No. S. turn McrcuiUl AHfC
UoailUttinUm lo alt t7Mms, and
l:rrl orTlthcr No. 1 or 3, ft pr botik, or t
JllU 1AUS UUUIJQW.
Ni;i)TH. a rJK1 enro for alluwurv
l'rlfn tl i.er ImjMIp.
KI.IXIU 1'A1SAUK, a rMkal euro ur
Xtrrou or licistral Usbimy, "'"; L"
fouii; liuarllOK earg wua wonocrmi tun"-
,VIPt to any .lae. frowpt alWuiMa JJ J
all torrndnl.. Von. ffaulmi "'If if,1,,..
Mm. ol '-IIH. llMMUli'H l"'Hfci." wi li
''SWiSTMit Trt. .-M4W '
4UAedSri.'.rf.'ti,n. . niciuBt..s,.mTr.rJi'
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LA" I 1 1 slf
iu ul hilslllllltl.
rx-fcN. wkiui v huti.k k
ol tltli Ml-, isud t omiurrrlii)
W..T. Alien. i
II, fvavUoss W.ttsk).,
Solo Asontn for
SEWELL &. CAMERON'S
jf bk iti Ply-isd Pip
Iiencript t. r rrmurs anil 1'ileo Mat sent
' it ' ,nt j on hand
MADE II V
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l lirnittr ami llf, r ,IB
Nisror llnra fc xc i.l irnli.
nr riusiira fur i i...,i,... uw... n
nil Uoo.lu'ork. Clilii.i, Knrlh 3 jL
Ornernl llinc ( Iciiiilu,- i,,r. S
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Hra.a, Mr-, Iron. Mini nil .tin n s I It:
tt? ta lit? Ill n a fel. tla ! Ifui.l.t a.
iV,tisVi-w,,,K " ,",M,I,", '" '"
Yr Sale ly IIAIJCLAV IJHOS
PIECES FREE FROM
3T3 AX1. OTjAYB'
iror Dfatlxlajsc 3To
clniiKOi1 rl IciHlUK
it. nm XX flontw ou
tlxo wntox1, nt
Thin U iinl niniiiifnriiti ci' u nlet-,
Inn . citiura illrtijl frmii
llir irliit, nl Snrntogu, .Vctv
L'lvlnu..lli lie liail u li unruli .
kimrklliiic ml lirlxlili fruiii lUe .NEW
BIuo Lick Water
mi LICK SPRINGS
Ki:.NTlt'lCYKrrli lot j,,.!
rn rlt t ilki'it ou let-, nsul Iur
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HUSSiVAKK and -tTSK FL USshH
, . . v N lioons,
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
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