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Corner DlKhlli Mrri't nliil Ohio Lever,
Out Vincent' Owrry More, Inform' the people
nf Cairo th i lio piirc'tin'-i and relltted In the
most thorough manner the
f J. O. llagwell, making It one of the mot com
plete in tlm Went, lie If now prepared to ilo nil
klirln of work mill line, from tlio ttMAM.KST
MINATURi: T(t MFK-SIZK POHTIt.tlTri. lie
makes tho new
iiithmot npprnf i Tlio hest klinl nl
p. lores taken in cloudy, weather. Children!
pictures laki n In three to four seeonds. (Mil pic
tures copied and erilsrged. Come one.eomenll
nn.l sc.. In" pM!iini'n, il-iOiUt
NEWS OF THE CITY.
Sr.w flood at Dollar Store.
I'MTKii M'nro nt Dollar Store.
l!i:r Plated Juwulry nt Dollar Store.
I'l.otjif Choice Iiimlly Flour In bbl
half bbl., nick, A, for mn nt the Kjyp.
linn .Mills, mi
ITV Sunn' ion .Sam:. In amount to
suit purchasers, nt rash prico, nt
dlw t'lTV XATIUXA I. HANK
If you wnp.t ii atari, stvllsh and well
fitting suit uf Mothc, imiJu to order, you
mint go to P. Null; No. 71) Ohio I.i'vi D.
roii fathionriblo boot nnd shoos, inndo
In tlio Lett style, nrnl of tlio btsit material,
n to tho ihoj) of Win. Killers, on Twen
tleth street, near the rouit home. tf
William Hin.KrtH, fathlonnblu boot mid
hoe maker, Inn 11 splendid stock of French
calf, moroccos nml other leathers, nml It
prepared to fill onion for "cuitom-mnde''
boot nml shoo, ulth quick dispatch nml
in the tnoit sntlf factory mnnner. tf
Kirn National lnW nfCalro,
The nnnuiil meeting for tho election of
live Director, will lm held nt thU Hank,
Tuwdny, Jnn. lOtli, 1871, between the
hours of 10 o'clock run. nrnl t p.m.
0. S HUOIIKS,
Klkctiov .Notick. Notice It hereby
(give Dint thero will bo n meeting of the
Mocknoldcrs of the City National I Sank on
luesday. Jnnunry loth. I71, for the tmt
poo of electing seven Director to servo
luring tho i'tisuiii; your.
1 HMtd A. 11. .SAr'KOKD, Ci.h.
Wa.NTMi AT St. Cll AKI.Kis HoTKI..
We want ft flrst-clnM chambermaid.
Inuridry nnd dining rim girl. Tocmh of
t'i tl i , t.dy iiij.loyin.int will be
given, nml liberal wage paid.
IKWKTT WII.CO.V V C,
tf l'rop. St. Charles Hotel.
Taiikii nnoTili:it, 83 lihio l.e vi will
hereafter keep constantly on Irind, direct
from tho Kaitern iimnufnctiircrt the verv
hot winter "trained purified perm oil, for
ewltiK nmcliiriM, mid nil II no nml Hpht
minhlnery. 1 hi oil lm never yet leen
upercled by ntiy ft tha maiiufuMured
oil., in it noverKumi or ii htrectil by the
Wr. dcilru to remind tho render thut
lrtli llnltimoru oytteri nnd nil kind of
gime In teaton, nro "crved flight or day
any tyl ilelrl, nt Ioii!t Herbert'.
I'artir delrini; oyter by tho enn or
rnp. can lc lupplied nt the rullnj; ratei, nt
the iimo place. tf.
Kliuxil meat, urvod In thu nentett nnd
molt cle.inly in 'inn or, ran ulw.-iyn bo foun
In iibundnncn for tho trmle, nt the (.'cntrul
ilent mnrketof I'red Kochler - Co., on
Wnidiliigton nveniie, n fv door below
Tenth. Notio but tho llnot cattle, hecp,
nml hoi nro.lnui'htered, nnd, coiiivUetit
ly every body who patronize tho C'entrftl
Mont murkct can rout at Mlcd thnl ho or
ho will be itippllcd Villi tho belt meats to
be found In Cairo,
CiislotuiT"' bakel4 dvliverinl in tny pnrt
of tho city.
tiaJfFreh fauingo ovory momlni;. tf
I itAvi: thl dny lold my livery ttublc,
with nil thQuppurtcrmuct't thereof, to Mr.
O. (Sreenlee, for whom I bc"penk it contln
uanco of tho patroungu heretofore ex
tended to mo. To my mnny patron I re
turn my thank for tho support given inu
during tho timo I win In luulnoi., nnd in
uro them thoy will flud in Mr. flreenleo n
gcntlomnu entitled to r liberal pntroungo
from tho public. I shall rcmnlii .evoml
weekf nt tho old r-tnml tocloto up my biial
iica. .MIL Kg l'AHKKIt.
Cairo, Jun.-t, 1871.
Tiik meat market of (Jnyor & Co., nt tho
corner of Wmhlngton nvonuo nnd Tenth
street, I ono of "lnitltutlons" of tho city.
It I. not only nbundnntly eupplleil with
tho bct of pork, beef, venl, mutton lamb,
sauinjjo, etc., but It prcent. an nlr of
cleanllnos and order that ii rarely ecn In
otubllhmenU of llko charncter.
G'nycr & Co. havo lmd mnny yenr ox.
poriuneo n butchon, nnd Vuivo long ago
learned that It p;iy best to keep lino meats
mid command tirst-class cuitom. For
cholco meats, therefore, cut In u net nnd
skillful munnor, go to 4,Thu I'ooplo'gjMont
Market," presided oyer by (Inyer ic Co
.Stop those- Chills that luivu been Imr
nsng you io long, as thoy sometimes end
n that fatal dlseaso called by some tho "Up
Country Yellow Fovor." Thoy can bo
very easily stopped by taking Simmons'
Liver Kcgulator. Do not dolayj go nt
onco to jour Jdruijgijt nnd get n packago
and lo cured.
Mn. I'opohairoturnedfrom Springfield.
'J in: isui.LKTi.v m ii morning pnper
meets with great favor from tho public.
Mr. .Ioiin Ilnow.v lino eoludod not to
stand again for City Clorl;, nut he may
rhntigo his mind.
Cofkkk, sugar, and nil kinds of spices
linvo n downward tendency. Tho tnrlfi'
has been taken o(f them.
Notice. All pwsenger trains will stop
nt Mounds Junction until further notice,
dlw .TAMXS JOHNSON, Agent.
Pnor Wilson will deliver n freo morn!
nml Instructive, lecture at tho Atlicniruin,
on Thursday night, nett. See ndvortlt"
Jamki (). Uvmf, formerly of this city,
win neamlidato for member of tho council
nl tho election in Memphis, this week, nnd
Mr. Joii.v (J. Hauma.v has been men
tioned as n candidate for Mayor. Ho
would, no doubt, poll tho full Democratic
vot", nnd would bo elected.
Mr. W. It. KettNF.v has been Installed
as .Supervisor's clerk nt tho Custom Houso.
in placo of Warwick, who has gone henro
fur good and sulllclent rcnbiii,
. - - -
Tin: council linvo concluded lo pay tho
judgment obtained .by .Mrs. I'.cdmnn for
injuries iintnined by her on account of n
defective iddownlk on Soventh utrcet,
5 Cairo Jodgo No. '-':!7, A. V. nml
VA. regular communication, Mob
day ovenirig, Utli, nt 7J o'clock. Frntor
nltv cordially Invited.
W. II. KHKNKV. Sec y.
Hahtwa.v if doing n thriving builncM
at his auction store. Ho has on n hnnd n
largo vnrlcty of nil kind of good, uch
ns dry-good", crockery ware, boots and
shoes, Indies drcts good, fcc.
FoL'li thoutntid bales of cotton and ono
hundred car load of sugar, molates nnd
oranges, received by tho I.C.nedny this
week, were traniferred to enrs nnd were
on their way to their destination within
twenty-four hours. Fust transfer work.
a Ma.v, not exactly bleeding llko tho
modern Greek hero, bleeding nt every
vein, but with tho clnret running frcoly
from knife gashes in his face, attracted
considernblo attention on tho leveo to-day.
Ho hnd n roll of greenbacks in his hnnd
nnd was drunk as n lord if not drunker.
Tiik l'hilllp' concert on Tuesday night
next will be n grind success. At C
o clock last night nearly every teat in tho
Athena'iim had been lourcd. Mb Phil
lip I ono of tho most dlitlnguibed
igor of AmenVn, nnd her concerts nro
Wurtby the lilwral patrongao wM h i. ex
tended to them by the public.
Wiik.i the pri"onM In the city )M
were taken out Into llm Jail yard this
morning, two of them made n dciporute
attempt to ccapo. One succeeded in get
ting over th fence but Jailor McHnlo
caught the other by tho leg whilo ho was
In the net ', scaling the barrier to free
dom, nnd u-curcd him.
Somk men icill bo impudent. "Nature,"
si y tin.- htntuehtan, ' lias ilono moro Tor
I'Hdueali in tlm way of natural ndvun
Inge, than for any Interior plnco on tho
continent," Tho nturnnco thut gave tho
niuuor oi iiiih tontenco courage io prim i; '
with the full knowledge of tho fact that j
Cairo 1 on this continent is nmnxlng if
I), ami D. Kate Martin, a dUioluto
woman. In company with a fellow named
Nix, riiudu Friday night hideou by drun
ken mid disorderly conduct. Sho was
nrreMed, and her companion gobbled by
Shevhan and Cain. Kato wa taken beforo
Squiro.Shanncy, who lot her go l"rcoon
tho promUo thut -ho would
go back to
St. I.oul. whero dhe bcdongi.
HOUSE I'OH '
two tory brick rosldeticc, admirably
nrrangfnl, with largo ground (-1 let i, rdt-
uatetl on tho corner of Holbrook nvenuo
and Twenty-third street, will U sold on tho
most rcmoniiblo term. It I located on
high ground, In mi excellent neighbor-
kcoil, tho grounds cuntnlnlng bearing fruit
trees, vines nnd choice telectlon.of shrub
bery. It is, In short, ono of tho com pick's t
r'lnes in tlm oil v.
Apply to " W. II. THOMAS,
At Thomni, Green iVAldcu
Closing Out Sale.
Twcnty-flvo thounnd dollars worth of
rendy-mndo clothing, hats, caps, booU,
shoes, trunk nnd vnlcscs nro ottered for
salo by 1. Nolf, 7'., Ohio I.ovec, nt AC
TUAL COST riHCKS, It Udng hi In
tentlon to eloio out in that line nnd cm
bark exclusively and moro oxteiiilvely in
tho furnishing good and merchant tailor
Thlscloslngoul nmo fiirnlihes an opjor-
tuntty to secure clothing chenpor than
ever boioro offered in this market.
Wanted Immediately. COO wood
choppers to cut wood on tho lino of the St
l.ouU A; Iron Mountain rnllrond. llnl
nro tickets furnlshod at tho ticket oflleo in
St. Loul. WHges SI 20 per cord. Apply
nt tho viirloii woodyruds, or to
novSOtf. II. J. DEAL, Charleston, Mo
A lakoe stock of furnishing goods of nil
kind always on hand nt P. Nell', No. 70
Ohio Lovee. dccOtf
County Ouukkh Wanted Cash pt,a
for county orders, nt
dlw KN'TKItl'KISF. SAVING'S MANIC
A illisli td l-os i'lnee Tlio OrsU
l.nnt Klahl-Thirty I'nllfit Angela
Prfriit-.SIcniitU 3Ii ntid Travel
lcrn Join the lUcclmnisU-Mrmut How
Plstnl nnd Kiilvea.tjHllioUIooiUMed
Tho Clipper hns become a notorious sn
loon nnd Is dally tho pceno of outrageous
Last nluhl tho weekly dnnco occurred
nnd thosnloon was tho scone of a cnrnlvnl
of drunkeness, blasphemy and confusion
About thirty "fallen nngcU" woro pres
onl, rilid, tho city being full of strangers
andrlvormon, there was no lack of reck
less masculines to twirl the light fnntastl
too find make confusion worso confounded
After tho danco had progressed soveral
hours after ii groat quantity of liquor hail
been consumed J nftor everybody had lio
como rlno for a muss, a muss was com
tnuncod. Thero woro present, nmong otti
cm, two river pilots Joo Greenfield nm
Jorrv Smith, nnd a numbor of travelers
bound for Texas AVIlllam White, Char
ley Corrick, llobt. Carrlck and Albert O.
Koblmon. After thojlquor was in nnd
tho senses out, Old Nick was to pay. Tho
pilots, spoiling for a fight, toon had ono on
hand, and pistols nnd knives were drawn
A sceno of confuiion and tumult eniuod
during which the soiled doves flow n way to
ba at rest, and olllcars Shcchan, Cain nnd
Weldon uppoarcd upon tho sceno nnd gob
bled nil tho offender. This morning they
were tried before .Judge Iiro nnd fined
I ft nnd cost each, nnd nil paid
The Clipper may bo a necessary evil,
but our authorities should nt least compel
tho proprietor to enforce order lo not
nllow his placo to bo n bedlam of noisy
drunkenness, n reproach to the city.
GKT llKAIiT GllANU M A?)) L' ERA UK
Hometiilso Altoiietukii 1'ak Excel
lk.vt. Tho Cairo Cnslno linvo dcter
rninivl to indulge tho public in n imisquer
nde ball, on tho lilth of February, nnd to
dlstingutih tho occasion by making It n
mora comploto success than any of tho kind
given in this city havo heretofore boon
And, in furtherance of this determination,
tho cummitt-e of arrangement uro already
making extensive preparation for too
event. Thj music will bo better than It
has over beforo been at any ball given In
Cairo a full band of tho best musical tal
ent obtainable; tho invitations and pro
grammes will bo specimens of letter prcis
pilntlng nltogethor beautiful, und,ofcoue,
will b) printed nt Tur. llfi.i.r.Ti.v oflleo;
and Winhlngton hall, will be decorated In
tho mod elaborate manner festooned with
evergreen, branches, flowers, Hag, every
thing that can gratify tho oyej and In
tho morning procoeding, the Casino, In
tuty uniform, will p&rndo through the
streets, headed by the oxcellent Silver
Curi.ct Hnnd. And, so, with parade, nnd
deer rations, and gorgcou cotume, nnd
brighter gas lights tlian usual, and music,
ii nil dancing, nnd lots of fun, the ball Is
bound to bo n success an excision luiii
t be remembered. Therefore, get ready 1
l-tTKr.AL.v OnnvEti. The ilnnder-1
son of tho Kmerald tot'., who, upon being
ordered to feed tho Inuocnt bovine under
hi Immediatoiuper vision with corn in the
ear, crammed their organ of hearing with
that nrtlcli?, has been rivalled, ifnotsur.
paed, by ono of Afrlc's suns In thii city.
A prominent diiciplcof Ksculnplus, living
hereabouts, in making preparation to nt
tend tho welding on Thursday last, sug-
ge,tej to colorol suUirdinate tho
nectsity of greasing th buggy. Tho man
nnd brother "saw the necessity and inrnc
dlatcly sot to work to act upon tho
uggctioii. In early life, ho says, ho
adopted n rule ''that anything worth doing
nt nil, should bo well done; so, practically
enforcing this Idea, hettarlcd nt hi work,
nnd when flnMird, hud grcncd not only
tho axle, hub, tpokes, feliOe, shaft',
dnihlivanl nnd top, but even the icatii.
j Tho inunner In which ordcis had been
obeyed win no', dlicovorcd until after tlio
!. . 11
inuy occupant oi mo uuggy uau convertcu
what was a nhowy nnd cotly silk dress
into an excellent article upon which to
display greasy, glo.y nnd odoriferous lu
brlcatiug oil. Tho fulthfulncss of tho sub
ordnato was duly appreciated, nid wo
would, to-day, havohudonoof Jnkollrnd
ley' beit funeral K'rmons, hnd not tho
wler coumel of friend prevnlled.
A Maoxifickxt Kesiuknci: ron Sai.i:
on Kent. I desiro cltlier to soil or rent
my roldenco, situated on tho corner of
Holbrook nvenuo nnd twenty-fourth trcot
It contains nine largo and comfortnblo
rooms and n well ventilated cellar, out
houses nil complete, embracing a lino two
ftory barn. Tho ground contnlu eight
lots, one and n half foot abovo grade, nicely
fenced, containing ii largo quantity nnd
variety of fruit tree, vine and hrub
of tho choicest selection. Tho placo will
bo rented or sold on reasonable turm.
JOEL (I. MO KG AN.
Dec.'.M -12 w.
Caiiio fsavKii Couxet Hand. Thu
stated meeting of this band was held lust
night, nnd tho oiricers'olectcd ns follows:
II. P. llobblns, Prciidont and Kcndor ;
Carl h, Thomas, Secretary;
F. Hross, Treasurer ;
11. P. llobblns, P. Saup and F. IJross, j
tommittco on Lontrocts.
Ga Stock kou Sale $10,000 gas stock
for sale. Knqulroat
tf CITV NATIONAL H,VNK.
Foil pistol and cartridges nnd bowlo
knlve, go direct to P. Nelfs, No. 7f Oh.
Ai.kxanuku Gloves at Dollup Storn.
iKKV .Microscope nt Dollar Ktore,
Cakh Cave at Dollar Sturo.
SHE OEUMASS IX CAIRO.
TUtlr Soeletlos Noclal, niipvnic,u
Rilucallonnl nml Killginuii.
Tho Germans of Cairo constituto n lnrgo
and Intluontlnl class of our citizens. Mb-
oral and cosmopolitan in their viowi thoy
yet havo a lasting attachment fur tho
eiHtorncs nnu manners of tho Fnthor
land. While thoy nro Amorlcan citizens
in heart at woll as In nomo, thoy nro still
Germans In their lovo for tho nntlvo pas
times, their social amusement and their
educational nod religious societies.
THE CAIRO CASINO
is a society gotten up for social and bene
volent purposes mutual nmong its mem
ber. They moot tho 1st nnd 2d Wednes
day in each month nt tho Casino. The
Society, actuated by Its growth and flour
ishing condition, proposes to rent n largo
nnd comfortnblo room In Dross's Hulldlng,
which thoy will fit up in very nice stylo.
Tho officers of tho Casino nro as follows
Herman Meyer, President,
Stophon Swanltz, Vlco President,
Carl 1j. Thorn ns, Secretary,
Charles Fcuchtor, Treasurer.
constituto an aisocintion whoso object Is
tho practlco of gymnastic exercises. The
practlco of gymnn tic games, In modern
times, Is pre-eminently a Gorman ono.
Thclrnntlquo origin ii lost Inthomltlof
pro-historic times. Tho oxorcltcs consisted
of running, leaping, boxing, wrestling,
hurling, etc., nnd In tho days when vic
tory was to tho strong, thco games wcro
doubtless of groat value. Hut with tho
introduction of gunpowder nnd tho sys
tem of lighting which followed, when
sclcncn and skill woro tho 'main requisites,
tho attention paid to gymnastics decreased
and finally vanished altogether.
Tho revlvnl began In Prunia, about
IhOi'i. Gymnasia wcro opened by IJnio-
daw and Salzmmn. Tho sctonco toon be
came universally popular, but tho gym
nasia began to be tho sceno of political
gatherings, too liberal in tonu to plenso
thu government, nnd in 1818 they were nil
closed. Hut thoir practice was continued
In prlvulo life, und tho books written In
Gormnnon Gymnastics (Turnkunst) would
form a tmnll library of themselves.
Tho Tumors of Cairo own n ball fitted
for their peculiar use. Its officers are :
m. Alba, Speaker;
II. SchmcUdorf, Secretary :
Win. IJudcr, Treasurer ;
Ed. Under, Turn Ward ;
C.Alba, Zoug Ward.
THE (HUMAN DllAMATIC ASloCI.-.TION
hns for it object their own amuicmunt nnd
tho entertainment of tho public. Tho As
soclntlon Includes in its membership much
of tho tnlcnt nmong the Gcrmatiri of Cairo.
In this connection It will bo no slight to
other member of tho society to mention
Aiiuindiu .lncki'1. Hi i an actor of
very fair lilttrloulc tiblllty and contributes
much toward tho interet and nmuiemvut
of tho entertainments given by thetoclity,
in Philharmonic Hall evrrynlt-rnato. Sun
THE HERMAN SCHOOL NOCIEI V
ha for Its object, tho support of a German
school, in which children of German or
American parent, may nccquir n correct
knowlcdgo of tho language. Tho, school
lias passed It infancy nnd I now in n
prosporou condition. Tho proient teacher,
Prof. WIechlng, thus far h:u met with
much success In his labors.
Tho officers of tho society arc
Judgo F. Urois, President.
John Kochler, Vlco PreIdent
Carl I.. Thomas, Secretary.
Ed. Uuder, Treasurer.
THE UKKUAN O.UAHTKTTE
is n musical society of four gentleman,
whoio namos nnd parts nro as follows :
.I.Schlealngcr, lit tenor;
M. Wirching, 5d tenor ;
Carl I.. Thomas, 1st bas ;
PitulG.Schuh, .M bus.
THE OEIIMAN LUTHERAN CHUIiCH
has been but recently organized, and do not
number a largo congregation. Their plnco
of worship I tho building on lHh St. occu
pied soqio year ago by tho Hjptitt of this
city. Tho pastor, tha Uev. Kobert Helblg,
i highly esteemed by tho member of his
The KtHtntkiaii, of Pnducah, without n
smile in seeming serioiiines calls upon
tho merchants of that town to build up n
cotton market there. It I not po-lblo to
transform that business grave-yard into a
market of any kind; nnd there Is no occas
ion for tho belief on tho part of any Pit
du;ah!an that his little town can bu made
n cotton murkct. A great deal of cotton
comei through Paducnh to Cairo. Padu
cab, in short,! one of tlio door of Cairo,
and it Is a littlo provoking Jmt a little
to hear tho doorlutht thntit is de.-tilled to
Sinou i.au Accident. A lady who
does nil her sawing in the old way, with
needlo nnd thread, accidentally wounded
tho ball of her tyo with tho nrodlo's point
and shortly after began to advocato tho
uso of .owing machines, Sho explained
tho change by saying that her devotion to
tho old style wa all Inhoroyoimd that
tho Davis machine which sho hud pur
cluued from Under was all that the heart
of sowing woman or liomewlfo could do-
Sho begs ui to urgo nil ladle who
desire a most excellent machlno to rill on
, o Under Urn.
Ik you want 11 pair of boot m.ido to or
tier, out of thu best material, and in tho
1110.it fashionable nnd durable manner, go
to Win. Killer., on Twonlleth htreot, op
poalto tho court house. tf
Nowiikio: In tho city canyon secure a
better llttlng, liner or better inndo pair of
' Iwiots thun nt tho shop of Win, Khlorf. mi
i Twentieth trod, near tho court hoiue tf
crrv council ritocEEwrxos.
'ttcruhr Msctlns Bonrd of Aldermen J
Cairo, 111., January I, 1971.
Prc-cnt, Mows. Hrunklo, Fitzgerald,
K ob, Kcnneby, Lohr, MoKce, .WalJcr,
V Inter 8.
I'.eading of tho journal dispensed with.
Unfinished buslnois being next in order
tbere was presented n. such tho following
resolution, which, on tho 14th ultimo, was
adopted by tho Solcct Council.
Kosolved, That tho bills of tho Col
Viy. Qa' Co'npanyi amounting to
j2. 60, for gni furnished street lamps dn
ring August nnd Septombor, bo paid.
A motion to concur In tho action of
U'o Select Council was doclded In tho nf
firmntWoby tho following vote, vlr.t
Ayes, 8; nays, nono.
Also, the following resolution, which, on
tho 4th of November, was referred to this
board for their action, by thu Joint Coun.
cil, was presented, to wlti
Klsolvod. That tlm Tnrnr nnd l'lt.
Clerk be, and thoy nro hereby nuthorlze'd
to issuu to Mrs. Hedman an order on tho
city treasury for tho nmount of llm 1ml.
mcnt obtained by hor against tho city, tho
said order to bo In full of all claims against
tue city on account oi snui juugment.
A motion to ndopt the reolutlon pro
vailed by n unanimous vote, viz
Ayes, 8 ; nays, nono.
Tho Committee on Claims, to whom tho
following bills, to wit
1'iH cf I'. (smith for labor ptrformct! on
" U.K. lUnnoD.-railoncrr for Council,
Clsrt ami f.'omnl......
Slcllale, Incht'go of chain gam;, liM
M. Mahoney laNiron ulreri. to D .
Thniiia Niuu'iion ' a) U
i no. ritriteraM, lawr on lrcct
ami iilcwtlks u io
iiiorn"Milurn (milling liimlr-... U i
Win. (ifrrin do do lu M
A. imuy "on irics lor Jul ami (.'nun
ell Chamber, Ca1i 7 M; reborn-
monofu pti)mni in srrinoi- .....
C. IL Wo...
Mnl" ' K
1)111 of Wm. M. lMTi(lon. .iinn'rfi
" ,. 11. Irrln, makloit tax book for
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" I' tiwfi-ny hsullmi for City 4i i
jsine n Holer ii.uj liimlHir.
Cuh 2M m
" Strnllon A lllrd nail for City. 21 00
street laborer", Ilo l e!i; crlp II eo
. .Mrrigrim. i.yncn lor rent to Iic.
I'.', lnl 2i 00
reported tho snmo back
samo hack recommending
payment. On motion, pnymont wo or
dered by tho following vote, viz :
Ayes, 8; nays, none.
The bill of Win. M. I)avIdon for lan
tern furnished dimming, amounting to
$.1. Said committee recommended to lay
It upon the table. On motion, tho bill, to
gether with the report of tho Committed
on Clulms wa referred to tho Drainage
The Committee on Claims, to whom wn
referred the petition of Tiomni Freeman,
asking tho Council to grant him ii bil
liard tnblo licOIMO for tho wniwi n over
jml.l li.iv year, viz; 12., reported the snmo
back, recommending that tho City Clerk
bu nuthorizod to iiiuo him n Ucenio freo of
charge for the ensuing year. Ilecummen
datlon of tho commltteo concurred In by
the following vote, viz:
Aye, 8 j nay, none.
Upon tho petition of l.ymnu .lame,
praying Din Council to refund certain
monies, or allow him n credit upon a new
lieenie, (nid motile, the petitioner claim,
was paid for Hcenio In 18C5) the commlt
teo recommended that the petition bo laid
upon tho table. r.ccommcmlatioti con
Finnnco Committee, by the Chair
man, upon tho bill of the Hough nnd Hea
dy l'iro Company, amounting in cash to
OS, reported the same back, recom
mending payment. Hoport ro:elvcd nnd
on motion tho bill wa referred to tho
Committee on claim un'dor the rule.
Tho Commltteo on Printing reportod us
The Printing Committee beg leave to
make tho following report : We recom
mend tho inclosed bill of J. 11. Oberly,
amounting to two hundred nnd thirty-night
dollar and forty-eight cent, bo paid him
lu full to January 1st, 1871. Wu would
further report that, hereafter, wn will
audit no bill uiiIqs the bill so presented
linvo been ordered by n major'ty of nm
Heport received and filed and bill ro
ferred to coiiiiulttco on claim under the
Hill of Win. .Mcllnlc, for dieting pri.on
ers in tho month of December, 1H70,
amounting to S'J'JO M wa referred to
committee on claim under tho rule.
Upon first reading ns follows :
An ordinance entitled "An ordinance
to repeal a portion of section SCO, of an
ordinance to adopt tho ordinance of tho
city of Cairo, sic revised and roditled.
An ordinance, entitled ''an ordinance)
fixing the salarlo of permanent otllccrs
for tho ensuing year.
Also, an ordinance entitled "An Ordin
ance in relation to wlmrfboat HcciHo and
tho transaction of a mercantile hulm'
upon the samu.'' Tho several ordinances
woro read and laid over under the rule
for u second rending.
llcsignutlonof Andrew I.ohr in a niem
borof tho Hoard of Aldermen wax pre
sented and, on motion, accented, by fol-
1 lowing votui Ayes ii, Nuyn, Wnldor, 1.
JNO. HHOWN, City Clerk.
Si'.s (llnsej at Dollar Store.
Thu weather w ns ipiitu told jeiteidiiy
morning, tho thermometer indicating tit!
1I01:. It modorutud crently diirilig llm
duy, nnd was not freezing at dark, but !
may luivu dono ko during the night
Clo'idi oliioured tho tun ueaily all day
Arllnjlon, ColumMt' Armada, I'.idueah,
M Miller, Mfmplil", Nt-luen;p, Ark Hirer
KcllOM,.'st I.oiiij, 'IVKokcrt, KrarsTule.
Arllncton, Colmnlm, Arm.nJn. PaiIucrIi,
.nuirr, i.rnn'Vllie, l.fKrrt, Iiana 1(1,
i M0ionaici, vick"b!irg.
Tho river luv fallen four inches sinco
Thu Mississippi is stationary nt St. Louis
and tho coVl weather of Thursday night
mauoiuo icoai0ld ns ever. Thero has
been only six feet reported below Cairo, at
i iiilipps Bar, but tho Commonwealth ran
against there In such a position as to causo
tho channel to cut out to ten tttt. Tho
worst water is below Memphis nt Shoo Vy
"H Mill- WIX. IOCI.
iiie Ohio is still practically cloied by
Ice from Pittsburg to Kvansvlllo although
thero are long spaces of open river between
tho gorges. No steimor now attempts to
leave Pittsburg, Cincinnati or Louisville.
Tho river I not entirely closed between
l-.vatuvlllo and Cairo, but thertj it too
much lco for tho packets, which havo nil
laid up. fjnpt. lliigan, of tho Tho. F
Le.kert, reports tho lco so heavy at Cnrrx
...... -i.i.k ik hj u miiuur oi groat tin-
ccitainty, for a considerable time, whether
ho could force n paago through the
siowly-moving mas or not. Considernblo
now lco formed In tho Ohio on Friday
nigiu. iucro is only threo feet four
Inches water In tho canal at Louisville, nm
Tho Cumberland Is slowly fullln
with thirty Inches on Harnoth Shoal.
limine hero continue llvoly.
T lio Himarck is loading for Now
Orlcan and with all sho wants.
Tho Lumden is loading for .Memphis,
and loaves to day.
1 ho wrecking boat Tho.. F. F.ckort
pased down yesterday to tho wreck of tho
U.S. 'lurncr. If thnt boat can bo rulsed,
Cnpt. Dugnn and Hiram Hill, tho grout
diver, will soon havo hor afloat, and even
If sho cannot, wo would not bo surprised
to henr that they had set her afloat, ' any
Tho Mary Alicu leave for New Or
leans this morning, with n tow Indcn witli
2500 tons, received here.
Tho Nightingale ha laid up hero
until the rivor opens.
Tho Armada brings fair trips for ro
Tin: iioisv a s is .i:i:iij.
Ciniderinz the exttemn 'ensitlicui'"" l Hie
human liody, .Hid, llinl It I" improlri'liil I'trrpl l.e
nrtilli'l! ccverlug. foun llm .icilou iifrold, It I
not r tringis thai nt thl r,n It I tiaMn to many
lieordere, The ekln etirrle" a pnniTful milu
eneooier tho Momaeli nnd leiwid., snd wlieiiVU
fiintltuu. it" inletnif"! by nodilen elulu lliat m
Ui pom" and prevent eravnratmn Irom l!io ur
fce, Inlrrnsl i'onge-tin i apt to rn.iie. The
digentiTc orKane nevi-r perform tlicr olllce iirep
eily when llii" I the vase, nn I the watc matter
of the )sli-m,lnc!i (lioul.l b diaeltsriioil miil
Ihfouglitlie .tipira'.oty gl.ia.lt, lmint no other
outlet than Hi" b .wel' and ih" kldiieyn, emillpa
lion andn virlelyof real ileaearemororle
protalrnt. iysp-p.i:i, uhrn It xi"t", l"iilsoag
gratalel by llie. rin.i , Th" mot i tlectlro
preventive of, and remedy lor, dlttiirbance ul
tbl nature I IIttter'ii Stomaeli Hitters. Act
ing a a stimulant and tonic, It rouei llio atom
aeh and tlio mtetlne, imparting to tho"o nnporl-
unt organ loth aeilntynnd regularity. H also
operate" a siidorlfle, by toning tho veeNot
tin' kln nnd promoting th" free paasagq of ex.
haiKted matter through that natural slefeol th
ytem. Ileing a mild diuretic, It glio a health
ful impulse to Hie action of tho kldnejs, where
there'i 11 teiideney to dropsy, nnd it a blood le
parent and nerrln", h" a highly benetlelal
In rheumatic cae. It mmblnvn in happy pro-
H.rtlon lb" tnnle, slteratite, aerieiit, antiseptic,
dlaphorete'oand nntibillou propertle reipiWItc
for IhO renoratlon of syttemi gviierally dUorder
cJ, and(hai on e.pul a Jt u inter medicine,
PUEITISS. OP TH3 BLOOD, ;
ththttl Ihuuh .'. r.'tit tw,l
WAVr Jau':A r ir . tr. f, Jt it
ii fraxntivt atiJ ture tne fir Jvt
f if tit, JnAsttUiti itnJ e.l UiMStt ef
Stht I.irtraitd A'iJhq i.
llitamiU anJ J.'.tehtful mycr
ant fr dtlicatt F.-mMt, an.t it th
vi fit attMt and fUMint wxisy
7iit cf the ji'.
l.r young Children and Infintt it
it a sun cut e for Wind 6V.V.-. Cntiii f
Paint in tin Sttfinieh and Jitrtvtll. SrV.
Ilcjn U lad at all Drurgist and t'njrjl
driltrs cr It aJJrctsaiiC lha Wl.ulcw:
AtC,,lDB0WlT. WFBEU ft CO..
10 d,iJ I j .V. Seeund .SI.
r, LoCIa, 110.
Miss Alil'.I.AlUK 1'1111,1.11'IS le.pelllillh en-
ONE GRAND CONCERT
TiicMilny CvculiiKs Jaiiimry H'
Asito. by Hi" following Arti"l
Mr. If. liEVY,
Tlie UrottlrX ul iirl I'lijd
W 11 rl.l.
!Mv. eTulcs T). H'iisiMi
! Tlie l.,.1il", HnUune.
j'1H i ..inifiilslied I'i.iiii.i iiiidCaiiipo-ii'i-Cuds
dliil"lou, with I'niipun utlaebsd s .
'Urii'0 cu! rs-s-s'l si .cul, In li Im.l .r l
....wnisli's ull.'tlnti klnrn i.ii 11ml .Iter l'i.!ur.
! .Hilary Mil, and id the Hull nn tho evi.nn.i; ul
I idloioiaert. IVifiiiiiunct's lo loinmei.w ul i
I I'oUet. dsV.Mdtd
3 INVICORATINO CORDIAL 0
.SICKIYES.N, PAIXniHl DEATH
I.egltlmvrly rc"Ult nn fien.iltlo for nolat ous of
in iirm inw-", irom rnicnnon'' esc.ipr.
Tli failed clirrk, the ple(inr,nn frstnre'.lhn
111 ivi. Iia plniiilil InfAllAt. fh tr livma
llie fcebto and (inacuteil frame, Ifie drUu'ei
lirmv llto mtlrtrlnj all. nil Indicate prirlom
traii"criifion oflAH. j;.iowlne lhat"plo.'rvlin
lion la llm tlilef of tlmr." nil Intrlliuunt lj Ini"
apply for Komn remedy as soon a olreumstinjos
permit ; while lliofl who do not act upon th
nrincpio mil "cielyn are dangerous," generally
inuT, io"r more lime anu pay moro money.
Thousand ol mother" and dauahten. In all
stAtlon and condition of lire, am euilerlni?,
Ilngerlni? and dylni? from the effects of soma
dreaded and ilrmdful
That claim It rlctlms throughout tlio length and
"i-aiiiii oi inn laiiu.
.unRy icinl'' miHt In "nm" ay nt each
monthly forlod Koinf rl are In ureal peril at
lliecomm'aoinent bf menstruation, whlln older
neiiirrai it lU.'llnc at thi 'turn of lir." tome
lilno" IlieinensiruM Howl too miicli, or too little,
ortniy i,a altrmlml n,t, palni may bs Irrruular
ur er irny fnKeil. or tOinnireil In anneArnnre.
or att.n,ii. with oilier itre""lnir Kyiniitornn.
..uror,aoea,r.rihn "While.," Irciiiently drln
llin.y, ,.in nrulcs-ralion of thn womb may Croat
l-'n nil c.iii.1) rapid proslrallon.
' . 'mh " n exceedingly common
enintnaint, Blvinu iniirh trniil.ln n.i .ll.tr...
whili, umlrr ordinvy treatment, l dilllcut to
llyterlej, Oreen Hickne... IrrlUbillly of the
wiiiiiti, nd other "prion imi rttai eotnplalnu fol
low thn female es Ihrnttglmut llfo. LiVea there a
medical gentleman who imnorcan rellerethe folr
'a or tho nMra trouble I Not tniny. 1 them
no "omtiinatlon at reinmlial agent that will coma
to her rcLiiii Wo anwer, y.
I.(.I,ISH I -"fiaiALBUlTTEUK
Thn only .acknowledged t'tenne Tonle and Fe
ma a llegiilator known, will cure .ill Ihos- com
nlalnt abo.e inentii'hi'd m an incredibly shoit
time. Th" lll'lr at once nronscs, strengthen
tho wornii to it natural eondiUan, remot ng ch.
olutrui'tion", relieving p.un nnd regu atlng the
montnle period. Ton ler stand n pale, feel n t
languid girl, Just burliug Into womanhood; sha
I" the pndn of all. but hark ' sh sllen'ly "tral a
pwkle, e.i clmlkorn slate pencil! no app-tile
for food; "Ii" turn wlihadilll ere and see sol
itude; her i's.0 no longer sjiarkle", her merry
laugh l no longer hears ringing through tho air;
ho mope about ith bloodies- lips and gum, wah
headache, pdpilatiun, eon-tipation, swuniiiiDgof
the head. co. feet and bund", melancholy; an
h.i" a routed tonuue, utlensirn breath, anda host
pf idher evil loon meroin to tiientnui.
Whn n'-nlected all the" aytniom liecome g-
firarlt l.llicrels ick "tnm.wh, heirtburn.adsrlt
no setlle enJer the ()e. tnelegi aulankle
are -wollcn, ilie h.ilr lose" 1 1 gloss an t lab oil,
thero I brlttleiies" an I splitting o the ringer
nall, swellrn abdomen, extreme nerioiuiiess,
pln nnd aches, dry cough, hysterical (Its, rapid
prostratlen and death! If jroti, or any of ) jar
friend" aretbii"alllietei,end at once fur ntwttl"
of Knglh Fe.nale Hitlers and t"cuied. It rf.
fe.'ts are msglcal Insiirh coiiplalnt. ."urelyno
mother will ostpone and delay this duly until
Ii:.lTII IS .IT THE DOOR.
In a'l taeie comidnut the svslctn evidently
sliois is Hunt of rel blooif. unit Mr. ('fitiri.hbd. in
Ms isorkon Disoasea of Kemales satsl "losi ng
111 11111111 iiniiiin ninfhi 1 leniarKauiy tieiicieni in
red i-iirii'iM'trs, and the knovsn property c ' iron to
riirre tliiscondition, tli-orv siu'iie.is it a llm
titnsl In b.i relied on. ili livst ol which la the CI
ir.i" f Iron " 1'itiate of lion enn -s large, y Into
- ..im."..ihvii .,, i,irKii.ii riiesi" iiiurr",
C"iiibmed witli powerful veg-table tonic of rare
Aiiuiig Ibe mountain of Tenneee and t'i
piney woels of Jlii..ippi, ! found a crrti.n
hard and Unity root, hl.di n beeii in secret ue
liy oma .11 in I siYt rr ,r m'iv ears. t ct rg
mislo powers In reinl it.ng -u," t lf-i , . .-.1 K
malt s.iii'.Ting with any n:e't,un of t , w mK
Tlusroolwe barn obtained, giving Itaf.i rt "t in
our prictl e, and It l no on of tho principal
Ituts-dicnt in the-e Hitters, other powcrmi
uterine nnd .general tonic" also enter into Its
i'nmrf)"ltMn. Wo also mid l.optanJra or Itlack
root, siitrk'leir ol ru t ureinllivlirer an 1 keep the
Hum.ui.vt; vol'.vc oiuls
and th" aged rraiidlnother, aie all cured by th"
ush oi our l.nulisn lellialo Hitters prescribed and
used by ph)siciin nil over tho country.
If you are troubled with falling nt th Womb,
attended with a ene of weight and hearing down
pain in tho hack and "Id", and other aitendant
evil', Digllsli Female Hiltera will give ent.rc re.
Those at the "turn of life," mothers niter con
finement, and .all oilier (mala or female! who
am convalescent from any protracted or debdi
tating complaint, who gain strength slow I v, and
who." digestion is .low and Iniiwrfeet. will find
tlmao llniers the very thing their system de
mands. It gives a soerful appetite, aids anJ as
sists digestion, arouses the liver, strengthens
iiientully and phrsiciilly, and tills the whole sys
tem with purocriiiisou I loo I coursiog through
(.'oiiiiiion (Jrot; .Sliop IIIKvn
T'll'V ll.tler Hotlli s, of rnrlous styles, can
'n' ,nd ai-o'i.ld nlino't eiery dwelling and cabin
ll.ru1. ii 'UUbeland, Tin ri.i'to u pleasant, and
r niu.'i'ill.i irtnliii"teriyil scase, wlnla
'i mom a. Hirers knew they pt-sse.. no tiled-
ni proer'ics whaievrr. lin y aro so man
bs s ior excet-j ugly common lveragey
wl. usuot, ii'.ri'anmn x.sdly curouuy one,
Ii. war" of Iheso ph-as ml bilivra in murt Nd
Ilea, tlu-y ennui ii a sting f-r your titals, and ho
who bujsthemearnes u "toiwr's" gr ig Into In
huiis". One man who knows nothing abcv.l nu!
icine, sas his big bottles of common sturi will
iiri'ih.ll" ami letvr, rlii'umatisiii nml roiijiup
ti"iii nindher.uhiM" laiitl" Is very f.iicy, cures
all imp. miles of ihe Hood, makes onl men
)oimg, casts out devils, restores sight to he
blind, and numerous other miraclesi whd yet
an. ther, who presumes every man a drunkard,
proposes In cure colu, Ingrowin' nail, yellow
lever, iicnrl iliseueoand loivsick maid nsfl Wa
know thry ni.il.ii no such euros, we know the peo
ple lit l.irgtt are deceived nnd swindled, nn I as wu
lesiro to ventilate llie.o 'common liumbsg.
make tho Inllouing challenge, to ono aid all.
That ono tabicspoonful I K.NOI.I-H f fcJI AM.
Ilin r.ll-lcoiitaiiis as mm h mid., nil prort ea
a iinh llornr of any of the P""" ,) .
cwimo.. advertised bulers of thesis) I lh med-
leal ne,if...miil., ,leel lellie rl isvlmll. H It Un-
derstoo.l that Kngi -h r
, m4 Hilt r.
I not a
ticverore. bi.t I a powcrfi 'ro "
i . s.o.i i ' ..:
feiiiulociminljiiit iii " 'liaclioa,
e. ...... . .....I.
lined. i r "'
l'ni itti In larce at t dollas and cent.
Jul I py .lii .giiisaiid mcrebanU oerywhere
3 r. MiMOOOI.r. CO.. Prop's.
Tlie beat and rheft combination for ail atlec
tliitia of tho Kldnevsaiid Hl.iddrr ever ottc r lto
bu puldiii. Ills prepari'il by irgular pbs jus
lid Used by Ihe pr i .i"ll.
Trice one dollar. s.x Ndtlca forflve ihllsr
old by d.-ugg'!" end iivr hint ivcrjwhf .
J. I'. I IIOMiiOOl.r.A I )
iov H- Aw in .Miiup'i "In
ACuitagti. clciiii rooms. leu lors rrei sedwi'n
a slx-l ot lioord lenee, all tlie ueceeur) e
I oislerns wltn nleelv isr
UliI law t.. Jft'X 'v .'.' ,V" r
V. W. Til (JIt.M ii
s,i, . aaumi mi
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