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THE O-IO BTJLXjETI3ST, FBBRTJART 7.
A laiuik stock of furnlililn goods of nil
ki nd tilwuys on hand nt V. Keifs, No. "9
Ohio Levee. dccDtf
THK Aciiora Oil. requires a different
burner from that which Is used with coal
oil. Ask for tho Sun-lilngo burner, which
is the bust In use. Sold by Ewoll Jc Jacob,
Yiiitor, with his steam Dro engine,
fllled tho Fourteenth and Sixth street cb
terns yesterday j and Mr. FeticMcr, of tho
Lrowery, filled tho tn trkct cisterns and tho
Mtith street cistern.
HiKnoohYMiics. For Norman's Chu
Jyhonto Cough Syrup Undo mark of
hieroglyphics go to llmnm, solo "gent,
corner hlghth street nnd Commcrclnl arc-
Seen horrid foellngs ns I experience no
ono can Imagine. I feel despondent, as
though so mcthlngawful was going to Imp.
pen. Uso Simmons' Liver Kcgulntor, If
you would avoid such feollnys.
Dr. J. V. Randall, olilcoon Seventh
and Washington streets, Treat all Chronic
complaints .Conmdt,ttions l'rtt. Tells
yourdlseato withoutniklng any ijuestion'
1 ho Doctor remains onl v one week. Call
and fee tho Dr., it costs you nothing.
Orphan Asvliw. A meeting of tho
fruitee of thu Orphan Asylum of South-
orn Illinois Cairo, will bu held at the
Asylum building on Wednesday, Fob, tth,
1971, at 2 o'clock, p.m. Tho Hoard of
lady MunigoM will also meet nt tho
same time and place
H. 11. OAyDEK, Sec'y.
Not Nnw. Tho Charter Oak Stores
wero Introduced to the public twenty years
go, and tho demand for them 1ms
increased with each succeeding year.
The Kiceliior .Manufacturing Company
ii now prepared to supply, In any quantity,
loom WtJO nJ n 'OlJ stovu. fObldkVWl
Taxm. I'ersons In nrresr for Stato
and county taxes will save costs by liquid
ating tho same immediately. It Is neces
sary, in order to glvo tho school fund its
money, that all personal taxes should be
paid during this month. Tboio Interested
will Like due nollco and govern themselves
accordingly. ALEX. II. II'.VI.V,
lwd Sheriff and Ex-officlo Collector.
Woman is kmiowkd with a peculiar
organization. It Is easily Impaired and
requires miJIcul treatment which wilt
PhIi1v terminate her suffering and secure
to her perfe-'t health and Mlendld pirlu.
Ul.os will And in MISIM.UKS II KItIi
HITTERS i raw Spo:l!lc and Tonic for
their set, In every period of life, from in
fancy to old ngt. It Is a preparation
which will aid nature In tho discharge of its
functions, impart strength to tho system,
tono to tho digcttlvo organ, and will pre
vent lassitude and Insure physical regular
ity. Sold everywhere. fob'eoJ&nrlw
The Clvii. Thero Is considerable In
terest tell In tbeclubs now being organized
in the city, nnd considerable do'iU Is ex
pressed in certain quarter as to the use
fulness of cither, but thero is no doubt in
any quarter that A. Halley is all right on
the Stovo, Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron
Ware question, and that hols a workman
expert in his business, careful and pains
taking. Ills sterols at ICO Washington
avenue, nnd wo know ho has a stock from
which any needed article In hit lino can be
selected, and for which tho lowest cash
price will be asked. Halley pay particular
attention to roofing nnd spouting, nnd
docs nil kinds of job and steamboat work
to order with dispatch.
Tiik RcAho.v Why. Wo havo been
requested to announce tho reason why
thero Is a prospect that tho municipal
officers are not likely to bo filled by good
material during tho ensuing ottlcliil year.
Itisbocnuso the candidates do not drink
what they should drink. .Mr. Fitzgerald,
of the Sun Flower saloon, says ho will
nMuro tho election to tho office of Mayor,
of tho candldnto whoio friends drink po
tations pottlo deep of his Kentucky Hour
bjn, tho best in tho city ; that nil candl
date for clerk, and their friends, should
Indulge In his French lirondy; thnt tho
mckers nftor the treasury should try his
cigar i that tho nsptrnnts, for Murshal
biing delicnto gentlemon, should take to
his wines; and that overy body who de
sires good city government should play
billiards on his excellent tulles.
A Radical Candidate. Wo had tho
pleasure of n cnll yesterday from Dr. Al
fred W. McGee, of Clear Crcok procinct.
.Mr. .McGee is it character a romarkablo
man In his wuy. Ho took tho troublo to
inform us thnt ho is n Radical, an uncoin-i
promising hard-shell Rudical, and that bo
intends to bo the next enndidato of tho Re
publican party for ropresontatlvo in tho
Legislature from Aloxander. Dr. McOeo
was twice a member of tho Missouri
Legislature, tho colleaguo of Blair, Brown
nnd Henderson. Ho was elected as a Ben
ton Democrat. In 1855, tho St. Louis Jf
jiubticaniM of Dr. McGoo: "Behind a
rough garb ho hides n Imp of good eenso,
and ii good heart, nnd isnlsongood judgo
of good whisky." Tho Dr. Is by far tho
most sensible Republican of our acquaintance.
fsrnntl atiuerAte Ilall-Daylttttit Pn
rml Nlht-tlme t'aktlvlllei.. V.viry.
Imily hi ii (Joint Humor liul, II n.
'Kill, IiancliiR, Biitl tlooit Tim
Momus. tho Cod of Pleasantry, was I
"Jolly cooil humor yesterday, and had a
delightful tltno in Cairo.
Early in tho morning ho mustered th
m i it .
.turners nnu leu mem in mas
quorado procession through all
tho principal streets of tho city
to tho inflnlto astonishment of tuvonlllty
ana tuo delight of chlldron of n larger
growth, iho churgcrsoftho masqucrader
woro as fiery as tho horso to which tho un
fortunato Mazeppa was tied, and tho cos
tumes of tho rider unlquo nnd wonder
nt night was the nttractlvo part of the (as
tivitles, and wo venture to say, n tnorejov
ial, sociable party of ladles and gentlemen
never mot together In Cairo. There was
fun without Jrudcncss, joviality without
Impropriety. Tho matquornders were nil
that could ho expected funnily nnd finely
nrrnyed nnJ the qulntcjcenco of propriety
o cannot decribo tho masks, ut tho
late hourut which wo wrltoj but thoio
were knights, and beauties, and stars, and
other costumes, that attracted general at
tention, nnd compelled remarks of com
mendatlun, and by their fnnninet excited
tho risibilities of over v spectator.
was fine, and how tho dancers enloved
was In her glory, and waltz, mazourkn,
kchottlsh, vnrsouvlcnne, were spun off
most delightfully, while quadrilles weru
diipoted of in the most nrtlitic manner.
At this hour of writing the hour nyont
the.twnl the dance Is progrcsilng joyously,
and, no doubt, morning will peep Into
aihington hall Wore the revel Is done.
was served by Scheel In his best stvle.
and elicited the pralio of the well-pleated
company that partook of It. School as h
supperht Is fnin.lt.tble.
may well congratulate themselves upon the
success of the masquerade. It was cer
tainly all they could have desired it to be
a really joyous oceailon, n season of hi
Register to day.
THE POOR MAX S CLUB.
Ortxinliolloa on KatiiriUy Mir. hi -The
ORIciri-Npctchrt by Prominent
Jit mix rt.
On Saturday night, lust, tho club which
hat been named the "I'onr Man' Club, '
wat organized by the election of thn fol-
President, K. llros, ,
Vice-President, Clitts. Thrupp :
I'icording Secretary, J. T. Thomas;
Corresponding Secretary, A. Cuming ;
Treaturer, W. R. Smith.
Judge llrott remarked, that the club was
intended to endure, and to bo handed down
to posterity; that It should be conducted
so as to furnish at onco Instructions and
Mr. S. O. Hart followed In a few timely
remarks, holding that tho club tho-ild be
used at a meant to develops the intellect
and cultivate tho moral principle! of the
members, that it should not countenanco
games or tippling.
Muyor Wilson thought an effort should
bo made to obtain n llbrarv for tho club.
and ho would willingly cintributoa num
ber of Uwks for which ho had no use.
Mr. JacK Winter agreed with the li
brary suggestion of Mayor Wilson, and
would give books to the club and case to
Mr. Ltnegor was in favor of lecturer:.
Foreign lecturers were humbug, and tho
fifty cents glvon to hear them was thrown
nway. I liey should cut home lecturers.
About twcnty-tlvo persons joined tho
club, nnd it adjourned well fntlsfii.il with
the work of tho evening.
0ieulu Kmt nl llm llallurtl Ware.
A largo amount of tobacco h is arrived
And been placo'i upon the breaks at the
Ballard Warehouse, and will bo told to
This Is the opening sale in this market
nnd should boattendod by every citizen who
desire Cairo to become a profitable to
bacco mart. To build up it tobacco mar
ket Is tho work of years, nnd requires great
energy nnd expenditure of much money;
and the gentleman who havo this difficult
task In hand should recolvotho encourage
ment of overy cnterprlzlng citizen. Mossri.
Hurd & Son, proprietors of tho Ballard
Warehouse, havo resolved to nchlovn suc
cess in this direction, and contribute as
much nt potsiblo toward making Cairo it
tobacco market second to none In tho Mis
sissippi valley. They havo tho wherewithal
to back their resolution, nnd nil they ask
Is tho countenanco nnd encouragoraont of
tho citizens of Cairo. Wo theroforo urge,
that it I tho duly of ovorv business man
ovory person who can poisibly sparo tho
time to attend tho opeiilmr sale of tho
Ballard Wurohouto to-day. Turn out.
"Why will our friends run tho risk of be
coining blind by wearing common Specta
cles, whon thoy can procure tho most per
fect nrticlo thnt lint yet been made, by
calling at our old friends Tuber Bros' the
well known juwolers nnd get n pair of
Lazarus & Morris' Perfected Spectacles.
Don't delay. feblduw&lm
Wanted, A female servant, white or
black, to do chamber work In n small fam
ily, nnd nurso. To good help, tho highest
wages will bo paid. AddrcH "Enquirer,
Casino Masquerade Ball)
Its ftehetl'i 1111, Cairo, Ullttol.
Tho Select Council of Foots of the Cairo
Casino, hat, in Its unbounded wisdom, re
solved to perpetrate a Grand Masquerade
that shall cntllrcly and completely eclipse
any and every thing heretofore and here
after to bo attempted. Tho most
In tho community, among whom you,
dear reader, undoubtedly belong, aro in
vitod ; but those not Invited by the tale of
a tiehtt, oxpoctlng to obtain Admission will
bo placed In tho category of fool In which
may be found (ho celebrated Thompson
colt, that went into tho river to get out of
the rain nnd was drowned.
Without disclosing In tho least any of
the preparations, with which tho visitors
aro to bo overwhelmingly amazed, we wll'
glvo merely a slight Idea of tho perfor
it to be decorated beyond all comprchen-
will open at tho beginning or when all
the fools have ntsemblod, nlthough tho
doors will bo opened at 8 o'clock. All
that are ticketed, stamped and grcenbnckod
will bo admitted, but thoso who are not,
cannot purchase tickets at the door, and
may co where the woodblno twinelh.
A TRIUMPHAL PROCESSION
of the assembled fools will open the per
formance, led by a band of music that
never plays, In tho following order;
A. Tho Grand Marshal, " To Hone I"
B. A soul-harrowing company of musi
cians, trunpeters, vagrants, ic.
0. A Cairo Night Watch.
1). Auttrlant, Americans, Spaniards,
Turks, French, Germans, Ruttiant, No
groe, Hottentot, and other vagabond.
E. The Council of tho Casino, and the
Council of Iho City of Cairo.
V. An Alderman who wants to bo re
(i. A choir of female viragoes, on
'b owing-up" expedition.
II. All thecrowned head of Europe.
I. Tho nobility of Mound Cltv.
K. Sundry knight mounted on horses,
or '-hors du comb it.
L. PnutUnt and French now,
M. African Amazon!.
N. Corner loafer and other influential
spirit of the city.
0. A liagplpo player.
P, A Committer of Mimics undor tho
Q. A (Zoological Society.
R. The medical faculty on an anatom
ical bender, (apothccarlly speaking.)
L. Louis Bonaparto and Lulu.
T. An organ-grinder of the pcrlodc.
U. A Wanderor from tho Delta Club,
beaten by a Poor Man' Club.
V. Rip Van Winkel and Dog Schnei
der. W. Queen of tho night.
X. A Tomperanco lecturer.
V. A Band of Revenue Collector on a
7.. Vurlout Juggler and neck-breaking
ncrobatt and gymnast. All other fool
nnd lunatics will unite with the end of thu
All who mean to participate, and aro
nn too mean to como down with their
meant. Finally the head of the procetticn
w ill cloto exactly at tho end.
A large and elegant astortment of cos
tumes can bo found at Chat. Mehnor'
opposite School' Hall.
By order of the Committee of Fool.
.ilaKUlflee sit Property tit Pttblle Hal.
I will sell my residence, located nt tho
corner of 'Jlth treot nnd Holbrook ave
nue, nt public tnlo, on Saturday next, at
11 o'clock, u.iii., at the court heme. It
contain nine largo and elegant rcomt, a
largo cemented cellar, with a brick founda
tion under the whole house. Out-houses are
complete, Including a fine two-story barn.
Tho house is located on eight lots, ono and
a half feet itbovo grade. Tho ground
are ndorned with n largo and choice selec
tion of fruit trees, vines, shrubs and (low
ers, Opportunity will bo given to oxamlne
the premise to thoso desiring to purchase.
Terms of sulo: One-half cash, balanco
in ono nnd two year nt ten por cent, per
annum. Kale jwitive.
JOEL G. MORGAN.
Cairo, Feb. -1th, 1871.
Tahkk HitoTUKRs, 83 Ohio Levee, will
norcaftcr keep constantly on hand, direct
from tho Eastern manufacturer the very
best winter strained purified sperm oil, for
eowlng machines, and nil flno nnd light
iimchliiory. This oil has never yet been
superceded by nny of tho manufactured
oils, ns it never gums or is nfiectcd by tho
Meatly fitting boots und shoes at
Csiro, Illinois, Feb. 3d, 1871!
Present: His Honor, tho Mayor, and
Councllmcn Arter, Fitzgerald, Jorgontcn,
Lohr, Loncrgan, Meyer, Mendel, Tay
lor, Theobold, Waldor, 10.
There being a quorum present, tho board
wa announced ready for tho transaction
ofbuilnoti; whereupon, Alderman Men
del presented the report of F. Broe, Po
llco Magistrate, for tho month of Decem
ber, 1870, and of tho police forco for the
month of January, 1871 ; aUo, at the tame
time, tho report of tho City Treuurer wa
presented by Mr. Taylor, which aovcral
report were read, and on motion wero re
ceived and placed on file.
There was then presented, by Alder
man Waldor, tho following financial
tatement by Jno. Hyland, City Comp
troller, tho reading of which, on motion of
Councilman Taylor, wa dispensed with,
and the tlatomcnt ordered published in
the proceeding of tho City Council:
To ih HonoraMe tho Major and City Council of
ma 111701 lairo.
Gentlemen: In purtuanco of the re
quirement of tho city' charter, I heroby
ubmlt tho following itatement of tho
finances of the city for tho tlx month ond
ing January, A. L. 1871 :
Itttdptft and expenditures from Jul 4th, 1ST0, to
Junuair 4th, 1(71.
Hat In Treaturrr. Juljr 1, 1S70 . (11,110 ;s
Kre'd from i'ollco Magistral I "4 60
Itoc'i from 3!arkela... Si 00
HfcM from Hlreftn..... C2 SO
RcM from Mcrnte 1,1J it
KiM of J II Tmrler, Collector. 23.U4 M
Keo'cJ from Ja- lljlaad, Ex.Col CT II 77,97 02
llyfntrrrst paid on BomH I t,72t Is
11 intartst ai on F., II. Co
bonds - t.tto co
I) j Scrip if deemed and cancel'd 12.5W M iJ.C) 71
1IALANCE IN TBKS9UIIV.
firntial Fund - .......-J,IU r
lnft Fund 7,3"7 M
Fox, Howard t Co. Fund .. 8,170 W
rirrrnkMk Fund 3 CI
FlltlnK and (Jrading Fund . W IJ.5M M
Detailed tuiemeet of City Scrip Ittutd, and for
what tpprnprlatlon for Uii six months fndlne
January ttti. 1671, with amount redeemed and
OutaUnding July 4, 1170 -ll,75 H
I'ol'ce . 1 7)1 SI
Jail and Jailer............. 1,3M Sri
Election- 45 W
Clerk' office 4 Cuun-
ell Chamber - HA 11
fl'rn..... SOI zi
Fire Depirtment. ...... Slfl 00
(it; includ'gHt Umpi 1,031 ii
Mli-ellneou,. ...... CJ 21
Circuit Court m ss
InTetncating Cum iH 4
Loan to K A R FoaCo 3,000 00
Jno Hylsnd, Kx.CoI'r. 47 i
Printing andadTertie'f Ml 34
C1I7 ?Kt... .... SID 4
Total liaaed. IIJ,7S Ui
, 12,W 40
Ii redeemed and eancele.1,
Itonda ouuianding a ahnwn tj Comp
troller' llookt, January 4th, 1S7U. 2,&77 97
Statement Treasury Draft a shown y Comp
troller' tvk, ui Treasurer's reuort of Do.
cemW 30th, 171.
OutsUndingJuly llh. 1;0....4,II7 3
L in Imn 1- ol Treatury. 1,732 i
Out.tan'Iing this ilajr.....
Statement of J. II Taylnr, Cit Collector ateihib.
Ile-l by Comptroller' book January 4th, l7e.
(leneral Warrant for 170
By collect! on I p'd Trtai'r.4vX XV, to
m.j uu'uutviri ... ZI,I9 SO
141 til )
Recapitulation of City Indebtedness, January 4,
Amount Indebtedness July 4th, I7).
Hoods outstanding.. .-.I.'vu.a:; v?
Treasury Dran outaland'g 4,117 34
Cily Hcnpoutitandlng . 1,17S 11
Dun Fairbanks Co., fcalr t ii
w t iieetwart, cx-uoiievior l u
U13 hs 3S
Indebldednea January 4th, 171.
Iltfidi outitinding 1:90,677 97
Trctiury draft 4.117 S4
Hcrlp auutanding 2I,M1 (1
Due W T lleerwart - I 33
Lett Tr Draft in Treasury... 1,72 W
City Oompt roller.
THE UKjUN'AOE COMMITTEE,
to whom wa referred the petition of W.
W. Thornton, relative to tho purchaso
of certain machinery In 10th street pump
home, report that thoy, by order of tho
City Council, sold tho machinery In ques
tion to tho Eamt Hub Co. Report re
ceived and filed.
l'OLICE AND JAIL COMMITTEE
report upon thopotltlon of Geo. Waihing-
ton, asking a fine assessed against him to
be remitted. Report laid over for further
riRK DEPARTMENT COMMITTEE HEI'OHT.
11. Meyer, chairman of ald committee,
reported favorably upon thopotltlon of L.
N'uiilno, asking permission to cncloto n
certain frame building on Lot 1, In Block
t, city. On motion, tho report wa received
und recommendation concurred in.
FINANCE COMMITTEE BKFOHT
on destruction of scrip, showing tint tho
amount of crlp cancelled by the Treasurer
and destroyed by mid committee to be
$9,124 43. Report received Hnd:tlled.
Alderman McKeo appeared and took
Coucilman Meyer presented a
petition from tundry person pray
ing that the Ohio Levee plank road
bo roplnnkcd and rupalrod. Roforred to
Committee on Strocts.
Petition of C. C. Davidson, akiog permit
lon to sell at auction all tobacco that may
bo placed in hi hands free of llcenso tux.
On motion, pormlsilon a prayed ws
granted by the following Tot;, viz.: Ayes
11; Nay. 0
Petition of Jackton Jones, asking that
a flno assossod upon him for an alleged
violation of ordinauco in regard to ob
tructing tho streets bo remitted,
Laid upon tho table.
To the Honorable Mayor and City Council of the
City of Cairo, Ilia j
Gihiuuih; Tho undersigned re-
tpectfully represents thnt on tho firnt day
of Julylast, Mettrs. Jowett WllcoxA Co.,
took out a llcenio to tell liquor In tho
hotol building fur ono year, nnd nlso a
runnor llcenso for amo period, both of
which licenses will not expire until July
1st., next. Thco lcntc4 had been tnkon
out by tho partner of tho undersigned,
but for tho firm, and tho undersigned be
ing under the erroneous impression thnt
thoy had been taken out for but six
months, again took out licenses for both
purposes on January 1st., Inst, for tho
period of a your, thus having two licenses
for tho samo business, for tho snmo period.
Tho undersigned thoreforo respectfully
rcquostt your honorablo body to refund to
him the amount thus pnld in orroron
January 1st, last.
Cairo, Ills., February il, 1871.
Whereupon Councilman Moyor oflorcd
nnd movod tho adoption of tho following
resolutions, to wit:
Jlesolvcd, That tho Mayor and City
Clerk be, nnd thoy hereby nro authorized
nml Instructed to'lsuj to Mosrs. Jowett
Wilcox & Co., tho amount (MoOOO) er
roneously paid to tho city on January 1st,
Inst, for linuor llcenio nnu for Hotol run
ners, upon the surrender of said licenses
totno uity uorx.
licsolved, That tho City Clerk cancel
nld two licenses nnd deliver thorn to tho
Finnnco Committee to bo destroyed and
that ho nolo In tho msrgin of tho liccti o
book tho fact of such cancellation nnd de
struction In nccordnnco with this resolu
tion. Unanimously ndoptod, 11 voting nye;
Tho following bills for salaries, at al
lowed bv ordinance, wero presented,
Bill of John Hyland, City Comp,
Janunry alary, $ "5 00
" Jos. It. Taylor. City Trent..
Janunry (alary 100 00
" John Sheohan, l'olico Con-
ble, Jnnuury salary To 00
" A. Cain, Police Constable,
January salnry 75 00
" Jno. lirown, City Clerk, .Inn-
uary salary 100 00
" M. Uambrlck, City Mnrhal,
January salary f0 00
" Thos. Wilson, Mayor, Janr-
nry salary 83 33
On motion, tho several bills wero al
lowed, and ordered paid by tho following
vote, viz. : Ayes, 11 ; nay, none.
Tho following bills for sundries fur
nished, labor performed for tho city, to
wlt: City of Cairo to Wm. McIIalo, 20
days' chargoot chain gang and
dieting prisoners 330 ZU
Hill of J. G. Lynch, rent of clerk's
nffico nnd council chamber to
Jnn. 19. 1871, cnth 25 00
" J. H. Oberly & Co., printing
for city 158 3 J
" Ilarclay llros., medicines for
city Jail 3 20
Tlio. Wilson, cash paid for
badgos for special policy on
" M. Mahony. i!5 dnvt' labor on
strocts and slduwall
" Tho. Jfoughton, 'JO day' la
bor un streets nnd sidewalks...
" C. R. Woodward, nails, Ac,
for city, cath
11 P. Sweeney, hauling for cltv,
" F. Vincent, 4 bbls. lime for
" P. Smith, work nnd nmtcrtnl
furnished on 'J3d and 'Jtjih Sli.
wero prcsonted and referred to tho com
mittee on claims under tho rule.
Dill of tho Cairo City Gut Company,
for gat furnished tho city in full to Janu
ary lit, 1871, amounting to $110 30. Al
derman Mcndol moved to refer tlm bill
to a special committeo or three to ho ap
pointed by tho Mayor for investigation.
Carried. Tho Chnlr appointed at tuch
committeo: Messrs. Mendel, Jorgomen
Hill of Wm. M. Duvidton, for laiitorn
told tho city in January, 1870, amounting
to $3 00 wa ordered paid by a unanimous
vote viz; Ayct 11 ; Nnys none.
Hill of Jno. McEwen for repairing
cistern m per contract with tho Street
Committee, was presented, amounting to
SC5 00, nnd, on motion, orderod paid by the
following vote, via: Aye 0; Nays,
Lohr nnd Taylor, 2.
Hy Aldermon McKooi
Itciolvod, That tho street commlttr.o nro
hereby Instructed and authorized to tnko
up tho lumber now h-iti" itiidett nt tho old
crossing nt the South end of tho spneo for
merly occupied by the market house, nnd
with il complete tho crossing nt tho other
end ofaaid ii:tue. ami alio to construct it
crossing neros Tenth street on tho North
sldo of Washington itvumio. The Street
Committee muto use tho chain gang in do
ing said work.
Referred to Street Committeo with In
structions to havo tho crossing made If tho
lumber spoken uf in the resolution mill.
cluiit to complete tho aim.
Hy Councilman Taylor s
Whereas, Tho City Collector ut the
written rcqucit of n majority of tho Se
lect Couticilmen und Aldermen omitted to
apply fur judgment on tho delinquent tax
list of reul ostuto ut the lute Janunry term
uf tho County Court, ns mlvortWed", upon
tho renrciuiiintion tliKt lud"mint wmil.l
not bo given bv tho court upon It on tho 1
ground of tho Illegality of such ludmnoiit
nnu it uiiiiii.-iuiiii nun ueun mauu i-ous ni. -
crablo oxjieiiso would havo been Incurred;
Reiolvcd, That tho action of tho City
Colltctor in reforenco to the application
for judgmontaaguliiittl u delinquent tux
list nt referred to above, bo nnd the samu
is hereby npproved and confirmed.
Unanimously udoptod, 11 voting aye;
(Mayir'n Oftlee, Illooinlnitlnn, 111, )
,. Jaiuury.'a, Ml. j
Dear Shu Tho Committeo on Compen
sation appolntod by tho Major' Conven
tion at Springllold, to defray oxpnnso of
drafting un net to present to thn Generiil
Aonibly, havo assessed your cltv fifteen
(16) dollar. Plouo forward amount to
F. Floury, City Clerk, Springfield, Illi
nois, and oblige, Your truly,
T. J. Hl'NX,
Mr. McKco moved thnt the Trensuror bo
instructed to negotiate lor $16 In cash nnd
forward to said T.J. Rutin. Pmsod by a
unanimous vo'.o vhs! Ayes 11; Nay none.
Council then aJJourmid.
Shorlfi" Irvln requests citizen to llqul-
dato their tftxci or stand from under.
Mr. Thrupp Intends to ralso hi resl
denco, add additions to It, rc-papor and ro-
furnlih it, nndmako It Just as good ns now.
Clerk Drown has concluded to forsake
tho vexation of official position, aud eek
pcacoln tho quietude of Joncsboro.
One of Mr. Cunningham' good looking
clerks is about to form a matrimonial al
liance with one of our fair citlzencMc.
One of the Turner raasquoradors turned
off hi horte whilo passing along Wash
ington avonuo yesterday afternoon. Ho
was ncithor hurt nor frightened.
Tho opening salo of tho llallard Tobac
co Warehouso to-day. Don't forget ; and
glvo It the benefit of your pretence.
Potter, of tho Mound City Journal, was
In attendance at tho Turner Masquerado
Bull last night. U. F. appreciate such
Sthenoth to the Hlood. Without a
certain proportion of Iron, tho blood
loses its strength and purity. Blood en
ters overy organ through tho circulation,
distributing tho nutrutivo principle to
every texturo and tho sourca oi every
secretion; hence tho Importance of keep
ing It duly enriched. If It has becomo
weak, tho entire system will bo weak, and
tho danger of Incurring dlscaso Imminent;
in short, good blood makes us healthy
bad blood make us tick. Hero wo nro
ndmonlthed of tho superior ndvnntngcs of
MISHLERS HERH HITTERS. Tho
Iron in these Hitters Is readily absorbed
into tho circulation, nnd a strong
and vigorous constitution created. Tho
circulation I regulated by them, nnd If
any organ bo weaker than the rest, tho
deboslts which cauto bolls, carbunclos,
tumors, lumps, &c, nro checked and re
moved, and a healthy tono (mprntcd to
tho entiro system- It always cures, and
never fill to provent disease arising from
Impuro blood feblcad&wlw
Closing Out Sale.
Twenty-flvo thousand dollar worth of
rendy-mndo clothing, lints, capt, boots,
hoes, trunks and valesct nro offered for
tale by P. Nell, 70, Ohio Loveo, at AC
TUAL COST PRICES, It being hit In
tcntlon to cloto out in that line and em
bark exclusively und more extensively in
the furniihlng goodt and merchant tailor
This closing out halo furnishes an oppor
tunity to tecuro clothing cheaper than
ever before offered In this market.
Countt Oruekh Wanted. Highest
cuih prlco paid for county orders hy the
hntcrprlso h.tvings Hank. Otllco, tit City
N'ntlonul Ilmilf. foMdlw '
Foil pistol and cartridges and bowlo
knlve., go direct to P. NolTs, No. 73 Ohio
Flow Choice Family Flour in bbls
hnlf bbls., sacks, &c, for sale nt tho Egyp
tian Mills. au
aT Tho Atlantic received a barge here
laden with 900 tons.
ftir Tho weather
inches during tho :
ha rlicn fourteen
I hour since last
siV Tho Ohio I falllug at PitUburc
with eight feet wntor In tho channel. It
I rising at Louitvlllo with ovon feet on
)? Tho TulUman brought out 60 ton
cedar lumber for rcshlpment to St. Loui
814 bbls flour, 40 bbls potatoes and 20 ton.,
i jndrlct for rcshlpment South.
Husinots was dull on Sunday, and
our wharf boat clerk had an opportunity
or showing their good clothe at church
during the day. They were kr-pt buy
during the night, however, and had nil
they could attend to ycitcrdny.
Dot- The Mississippi is still fulling at
St. Louts, nnd no rite is expected in that
treitm for sometime Thero.ls only eight
feet six Inches above Cairo, but un nbtin
dance of water for tho largest stcamors,
fully laden, below this city.
CTTho Idlowlld brought 100 bbl,
meal, HI pkgs sundries for Cairo, 15 bun
dles chair splints for St. Louis, 490 bbls
potntoe, 40 bbls, whisky, 48 casks meat,
20 bx do, 50 tics oats, 10 tons sundries for
toy The Mary E. Forsyth discharged
freight for Cairo: Sam. Wilton 4 bbls
Mignr, 1 tiorco rice. Sho also discharged
27 hhds ugar, AO bbls and half bbl
molosiot, 105 sks coffee, tJ tons sundries
iur rcsiiin nuni 10 uumuorianii river,
hhd sugar for reshlpment North per
y-TheJu. Fisk, Jr. brought out 47
bundles hubs, 07 bundlei hoe handles, 21
bxs nxo handles for St. Louis, 30 bbl meal,
il tons sundries for reshlpment South, and
tho following for Cairo: Closo ii Vincent
3 bugs hair. P. Saup 8 caddies tobacco.
! J. II. Greeley U hides. H. Able 2 bbls
flour. Halllday, Hro. 12 wheel-barrow-,
1). Hurd & Sons 3 hhds tobacco.
' . -
ftaT Thu weather was cloudy and cool
yeterdny, nftor a beautiful and clear Sun
f tiny. The temperature also bocamo dlsa
i grcenble, having fullon from 70 degrees on
Sunday to 40 degree yesterday, and a
prospect for going lowor Inst night, It i
1 a good thing however for the fruit uj tho
! chilly weather will prevent tho bud from
putting forth too soon, to be nipped by
j the frosts which are yet duo.
jSJ'Th1) KmWUo Amrian tUw "goei
for" Capt. Dorsey flmcd'oy, thohandtomo
and nctlvo commtndor ol tho Jas. Fltd.Jr'
Captain Dorsey, has tho reputation of
being tho oldest stcamboatmon now living.
Ho ran a paekot In Tennetseo River
during Goncral Jackton' admlnUtratlon.
Captain Hmcdley retain all tho vigor of
his youth, being deficient only In one
rospect, that being his oycilnht, and that
was injured in his early days by looking
into the bottom of tumbler for whlto
99" Tho A. Bakor brought out 800 sks
corn for reshlpment South and 400 thous
and shingles for Nashville, Tonn., where
tho intended coins herself latt night.
Wo understand it is tho Intention of Capt.
Trover to run hor betwen Nashvillo and
Burksvlllc, on tho upper Cumberland'
Wo hope this Is not so, as tbo Bakor
would bo compolled to run in opposition
to a regularly organized lino of boats,
will adapted to tho trade, and principally
owned by men ot means sufficient to kll1
any ordlnnry opposition. They have also
tho decided ndvantngo of being at homo
for City Attorney,
Wo arc authorised to announce John M. Ijuk
den at a candidate for re-election to the office of
yHjT Attorney at tho ensuing munlclpsl election.
For City Marshal.
We are authorised to announce ANDREW CAIN
a a Candida's for the office of City Marihal, tub
ect to the decision of tho Demoeralla party.
Wa aro authorised to announce that HE.NKV T.
MAHTIN will bo a candidate, for the office of City
Marshal, at th entuinir, chtrter election, sub
ject to tho decision of the Democratic psrty.
We are authorised to announce PAUL W.
ALLEN at an Independent candidate for the office
of Cily Marthal, subject only to thedecltlon of
the peopl, '
l'or City Clerk.
At tho requestor m ny friends, I am a can II
date for the office of C ty Clerk, subject lo the de
cision of the Democratic, party.
MICHAEL J. llOWI.Er.
STILL I.N TUB FIELD.
We are lUll.orlred to announce the nam of J.
T. THOMAS as a candidate for the office of City
Clerk at tho ensuing municipal election. td
Commercial At., Opposite Post OfJlco
JOSEPH BA.YLISS, Proprietor.
The Tfousn I. newly furnl'hed and offers to the
public nrst'clasa accommodations. feb7Utf
gjU.V FJLOWEB MA LOON.
P. FITZGERALD, Prop'r
Ohio Lctcc, bet. 4th and 0th Sin.,
Is always supplied wild thn eholeett Liquors of
all kind .and excellent Cigars of erery brand.
3BUL1 laurel TsVIoIosb
are the it In theclty. Call and set for
PEOPLES' MEAT MIRKET
CH.VS. G.IYER k CO., Prop'rs.,
Keencon.tantly on hand tha best of Ileef, Pork,
Mutter, Veai, Lamb, riUM, I'llddlnit. etc,
Kre.h while lard in any quaatlty,corned beef, etc.,
alway. on haud.
Order tilled promptly and satisfaction war
jRS. WE LLM AN
lla.reroor.il from the corner of Fifth street and
Commercial atenue, to
The Second Houso on Fifth Street,
Uetwee.ll Cnitmierrlal antl Wnahlngton
And keeps comtsnt y on hand a full supply of
lirocfrltH, ulioiit,Tys, Ac.
Alan, I'rr Good., Clothing, I'rTilr.. and Con
feclioni, at lh scry lwrt price. In the city.
Iion't forget that Mrs. Wellmin hat changed her
I4C4CI una nes, nn non iioritnk ine inuiiionui
er new ttnnd. Mr.. Wtllman will alwate be
found at home If not in tho .loro room, In th
Iwelllni: part of the houie, UUniw
Cily Clerk' Office.
Cairo, ill., J.nuary .:, UTI.
.Votioo Uherebv civen. that thcr will be acea-
rral etiarler elroiiuit hebl
OS TI.'KStUY sue Vuth vk or FEllRV.lItr,
A, I'. IJI,
In the City of Calm, lu the county ot AtaSr,
in the Btite of Illinois, tor the purple of Iet-
A City Clerk,
A City Trfoourer,
A C.ty .Marshal
A City Attorney, and . ,, .
r-U Member, of tht Select O'incH.as follow
Ono Menilr from the First
Ouo Memher from tha rf-i'opd Ward,
Oao Member from the Third Wnl,
Ono Menilier from 1"" '"J"'"1 rd, and
Two Member mm in Cityal-Large,.
OneTlember of the Board of Aldermen from
the Fir.i U'.rJ,
Three JUmbor of the iimeltom the Second
Ouo' MeuitHT ol the same from the Third
tt'UMl, Dd ... .
Tuj M.inher of the tame from the Fourth
Toll, will bo oneneJ In thn dilerent urarJ. a.
In the flrtt Ward, at the offlcn formerly known
a.MukentieA Co.'n, corner ol (jixtli airvtt and
In the tSecond W.Lr.1. nt the tnetae hou.eof ih
Aiab Klre Cniniuy :
InthoTlird W.rJ. in tha Hibern an hire Com-
ptiuy's engine hou.e, near tho corner of Twelfih
irveianu vominerciai arenuti i
In the f ourth WrJ,t Iheoitrt-house.
I'ull will bti ooeued at o'clock a.m.. and
closed at A o'clock p.m. of .aid iaili dar of Febru
ary, A. D. 171. JNO. UKUWN, City Clerk.
A a rule, the perfumes now in use hare no pel
man ency. An hour or two after their use, there
no trace ot perfume left, low diflereul I. the re
sult succeeding the use of Murry and Ltninan'
Florida Water. Day after II application th
bandkerchie! exhale a most delightful, delicti)
Bt Htscsble Irajraace. matidcodiy