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Ktfs or is tin,
Oominii. Skiff nnd (Jnylord's mintrel
troup will bo In Cairo cm tlio 21st nnd 22d
Kok pistols nnd cnrtridgoi nnd bowlo
knives, to direct to P. Nod!, No. 79 Ohio
Eon ri...l..Otiu set second hand single
harness fur sale choap. Enquire of
tnrC3t DELAY & LOVETT.
Oiiildrkm'a plctuoos a specialty at
"Worth in eton's now Photouraplilo Art
Wild In It that doe nut Ilka smoking
hot biscuits for breakfast? Tho Fame
Cook itoTO will bako tbcm In Ave minutes'
time by tho watch,
in i . I.
Over tub Roap. The Mississippi rlvor
li over tho county road to the depth of
toveral foot. It Ii difficult nnd wen dan
gerous to pajswllh a wagon.
Imitation Porcelain rhutogrnph all
tho go token only by W. T. Worthing-
ton at his nawPhotomtili art uallery.
Jr you want a good, stylish and well
fitting lull of clothes, tniiJu to order, you
uiMilgo to P. Nclr, No.'U OhloT.ovce.
A Eiout. Tno Fourth Ward it utilities
noted for the fighting dUrrailtlon of lomu
of its boys. Sunday nftcrnoon two of iu
yotingstors got Into n quarrel und beat
each other frightfully,
V. T. 'WoiiTiiixnTo.v li doing u big
business in copying ami enlarging old
Daguerreotypes, Ambrutycs and Photo
graph, muklng thoiu look at bright m
when flnt taken. feblutf
CiiiL&neN'a pictures should be tuken In
tho forenoon. Paronti should rcmomber
th!, at It It mora to their intcrcit than
Worthlnrton's, over Rockwell & Co.'i
Rook Store, ' mch:tf
Mfiaioc AccmrXT. A pistol dis-
chargod on Saturday In tho hand of Mrs.
Gavin's ton, a iraall boy about eight yean
of age. Tbo bait entered the palm of hi
band, and patting through camo out near
To nol'sicwtvKa. We uio a Charter
Oak Stove, or aileail our bettor half doe,
and the says there U nothing in tho way
of cooklag that cannot be done easy and
quickly on that store, and wo therefor
recommend It to all. tn'chT.dwlt.
Wanted. Ono instrumental rauilc
Uaeher, (German preferred) ; ono expert
rieocM erammar school teacher, and a
ripe scholar, fur tho High School Depart
ment. Address, Hoi 31,
Mch2dSt Mnytlcld, Ky.
Obdkm to Makcii. Worthlngton or
ders everybody and their children to
march to hit now Photographic Art Gil.
lery, and learn their measure for one oi
mora doxflti of bU now imitation porcelain
eard photograph., tnado only ut hit gal
lerr. Tho lino of march should commence
about n o'clock a. m.. nnd continue up till
Yon who lead sedentary lives Printer,
Tailors, Shoemaker, cto., will And a great
relief for tho Constipation from which you
to often suffer, bv taking. Simmons' Liver
Regulator. It ii a simple, harmless, veg
etable compound turo to relelre you, and
can do nolojury. mchidAwlw
Oorrov . Sixty-seven thousand batoi of 1
cotton have been shipped through Cairo
during the present season, now nearly a
an end. This Is a remarkablo Inorease in
the cotton-shlpplng business. And that
J, Johnson is to blame wc ate free to main
lam thoroughly satUfled that Simmons'
Liver Regulator Is all it claims to bo for
Indigestion and BHIouh Complaint. I
bavo alto heard many of my frlcndi speuk
of it, and all ncreo that it possesses tho
virtues claimed for it.
A. H. HIUHTOWEE,
Conductor M. & "V,'. It. 11.
Itlsstrnngo what a length oftlmo it
takos to wenr out Hoots and Shoes when
made of good mntorlnl, Mid "Win. Ehlcrs
uto nothing but tho best of everything
atook, workmen nnd nil at his thop on
Twantleth street opposite tho court house.
Taiikr Brothers, 83 Ohio Levee, will
iierotiler keop.constanlly on hand, direct,
from the Eastern manufacturer tho very
best winter ttrnined puritlodtporm oil. for
sewing machines, and all flno and light
macbluary. This oil has uovor yot' boon
luporcedod by any of tho manufactured
oils, aAlt aeVorgumt or It nffoctod by tho
RbturnsAmkmb"- Tlw roturo judges
of the tocond. ward.netjlected to put on the
'ullythiiiiU'th' other returns a ft or
V the nfUN t.teWind4Ut. for tho 'Ttoard
of Alderman, the names or tho potitions
tboy were candidatcfor.4The consequence
wia the returns Iww.th - Cun
nisiguauild. Buo!er,'andv'Jat. S. Swayno
had rocelvodsoma.ny,Yotot, but for vhat
'ioiftlon V A; poimlttoe wat appointed
' to look Into this matter, and it reported to
Hie Board oflAJdermsn-last "Igbt, Tho
ljisM'llm t correct tho
retur'nt, and the gentlemen named above
were 4eolard elected Alderm9R from the
SecoBd wari. ' !
THE CAIRO & VIXCKNNKS It. It.
Meeting of tliu President and Hoard
of Directors .
OKU. nvnivHtnK'M r.i;inni:.vx .mi
ss ssriA.ru mn.
Thr I'Uii HiiKC'"'''' lr mi Inline Jlnto
JCiiiinptluii 01" Work on I lie Iloail.
Tho arrival ofUen. lltirrisldu, I'ruiidont
of tbo 0. & V. It. It. Co., promptly fol
lowed by Dr. .MItcliel, director, nnd Gen.
Jlatiui, nllomey of tlm company, hn croa
ted tho belief that n Html ollurt tu build
tborond an effort thnl means "busincHs"
is to bo promptly mndo by thu Authorities
of tho company. From what wo caiilcitrn,
this iKillcr i a well founded, nnd nverythin
which perslfltfent energy enn do will' be
done to mnko tho entorprlso iuecaiftil,
and succontul Immediately.
Wo liavo takou onr gllmptu nt tho con-
foreiico of tho Prcildeut mid Directors
from tho outside through tho hey hole
but wo holly vo wo havugot into tho i!i'ret
of tho conforenco, nnd pMpow to tell our
reiidors what wo know nbout tliom.
On Saturday night tho Hoard of Direc
tors organized, witii President. JiiuM'J
In tlio cfmir, and .Mesrs Hullfiiay, , Ilunl
anil -Mlu-liol proiunt. (len. Itium, tho
attoanoy, wai nUo In iittctiditnco tonid tho
DIrcctnrt In tlieir dollborntlons.
Tho wholo subject of tho tr.inuictIorn of
tho comjmny, Its ombsriiiwiiuiils nnd pro-
pects wns thoroughly dNcussod, nnd from '
n statement of Pruiiduiit Hurniide, and
coi.cluiivu uvideneu by bin. Iiirnlihed, tho
Ilo.rd nro uro that his negotiations for
mony in J.ondon van bo contum mutctl if
the plan which bus lxsun itduptod shall
met tho approval of tho s'nvrsl count'
and city bulhorltics iilong tho llrw of the
Tlio plan li'jro rttforvi to wait nuggcsted
by Till: liUl.LKTIK lit I llig ago us lat
sprim;, nnd if It had bejn then aelol upon
would have placed in thu hand of tho
company tli nljilit y to bavo pioceodud
with tho work immediately. Tho plan
bus now buefi ndoptod by tho Dirmtor of
tho road, and has been sot forth .in an ud-.
dros to '.ho several county courts of tbo
counties which havn Jubscribud to th)
capital stuck of thu company. Jlri-jJly
told tho plan itns follons
The directors jiropoio to thu city ooti
ell of Cairo und tho County Courts of A I
exander, Pulaski nnd Johnson cpuntici,
that the bonds of Cairo nnd thu counties
namul thall luimudlutely bo litued, und
plarod in the hands of trusteui to bo ngrced
upon by thu city, counties and comiianv.
Theso bomN shsll bo-held by tbo trustees
and surrendered to tho coiiijiaiiypnly
when tho company hall hnvo bought Iron
rails sufilcb-nt to iron tho ro.id from Cairo
to Vienna, Iblrty-throimitoi. When thif
iron has been pruuurod by the company it
shall be put un Jor Uir control of thu trmt
ecs bfore tho Ixinds nro dcllv.irod, nml I
shall remain subject to their control until j
the mils havu been laid upon tho rond-bed, ;
hen It shall pa to tho control of the
couipitny. In orlr to eomplutu tlio ronu I
from tho junction of tho Shnwneotown
and St. Loui rail to Harris- !
bur;, the Directors nsk that tlio
bonds of Sallno county, under tlio tm
conditions, hnll bo placed In tho hands
of trustees ; nnd to complete tin' road
from the junction of thu Springfield Mid
outhettitorn rail real to thu town of
Curmi, thay nk that tho bonds of Whlto
county, under tbn utno condition, hull
be placed in tho Inuds of trustees,
Now, thmmostioil Is, will the county
courts respond promptly nnd noj upon
this plan of tho Directors? W' want tho
road and arn svllling to glvo for it tlm
bonds promised. Admitting till', why
should we hetltstu to ullow our credit to
help fcuro tho road wu o much deslro ?
Ily pUcing our lionds n stiggeted, wo
can loso nothing mid may soeuro nil wo
with. The Iron can bo obtained, nnd
villi tho bonds Issuod hs Indicated, tho
road bud, already almost complete.!, can
lw iliiUhod. There if no doubt of this.
Wo cannot, therefore, tco why tho coun
ties should hedtato, nnd wo cannot uli-
dottand why Cairo nnd Alexander should I
filter ono moment. Hy p itcing our j
bond In tho liundt of trustees
us tuggestC'.l, wo can surely
obtain tho road's constructloil from horo
to Yicnnn, thirty-thrco hiIIih, und such u
road, if it woro never curried on a mile
further, would bo of Incnlcuhibln bonotlt
to our city, mid would glvo in what our
manufacturing ctabllhmnts will do-
mand cheap iirtlcles of food. Wo huvo
not tlmo to further pursuo llio Mibjeot
thus hastily rofcrro.l to, uud turn tho r.
sponiibltlty of dotinito und prompt action
over to tho County Courl ami City
To show that oxpcrloiund men men
deeply lutarcstod In thusuocoisuf tho road
beliuvo the plan or tlio Directors least
sible, wu publih Iho following communi
cation from Dodge, Lord & Co. :
To our frienilt an lsll inli'rc.lnl In ihu enter,
A fw ii full and froo conforeiico with thu
Prosldcnt nnd Directors of thu Culto vc
Vincennos llailroiul Company wo nrrlvo nt 1
tho following conclusion.: j
I'irti Thut thu inturests of nil nartiw
who wlthtoteo tho road completed will
bo promoted by tho early reiuinptbn of
Setowl. That such ro4UUipton nnd
prosecution to completion nro practicable,
riln. Tlint, in view of tho noar up.
proacli of thu best season for practical op
erations It It very .Important that urrani'o.
menti to that end should bu concluded
with tho utmost dispatch.
SVo nro katistlcd, from tho repreonta
tlona'inado to us, thut no eil'orl will bo
wanting, on tho part of tho otilccrs of tho
company, to accomplish evoryjdotlred ro
To enable them to proceed successfully
it is of vital importance that all tho aid
horetoforo promised should bo mado avail
able; nnd that thoy should hnvo tho cor
dlnl nnd hearty co-operation of the people
hlong the lino, of tho creditors of tho com
pany, nnd of nil county nnd municipal authorities
Hultig iimong tlio largest crodltors, our
InleroHts nrn in perfect, uccord wltli thoso
i oftliu pcoplo whoio nxpoctallons of futurn
iicooiiimoUHtion and prosperity nro justly
, bncod on tho completion of this iinportmft
Wo thurcforu nromlso to assist in every
proper effort looking to thocoiisum;nntlon
of theso groAtly doirnblo results; nnd wo
invito tlm actlvo oo-oporation, not only of
tho peoplo and authorities nlong tho line,
but especially of nil thoso who liave been
identiflcd with ut iOsj contrnctors on the
road, nnd wliofo interest, as creditors, will
bo bott and most speedily subserved by
Wo linyo OKjmilnod tbo plan which the
Priisldnnt and'DIrectvrs, pronoso for the
utilization of Out menn which may.be, st
immediate command nnd it meets our ap
proval. Vi'n feel no hesitation in expressing tho
belief that tho adoption of that plnh will
tcuro tho completion of tho work and tho
remuneration of tho crodltors.
DODGK, LOUD & CO.,
in KMckClntli nml Ailini Out nt She
Moye Umiuti-1' Ttui, ldl Tenrs.'
One of tho (Jrnshopj)or boy, whoso hair
U in Jlyperlim curls, complexion slightly
blonde, who wears u glimmering ruby
j ring and noiu to corrcpon!, has not yet
recovered from tho hock tho olectlon
nowt gavu him. ilo wnndors up nnd
down thu loveo diconsolnte, and drinks a
whisky ourovfryinInute,liiging: "I Wl
""'li If loon t I'll bocussed; fortuc
' Citlsens' Ticket win strong, don't you see;,
uud tho laltb thnt I had in tho word of
I tho ' bo waiwbytho rwult wat'turprls"
! Int; V me. And now all tho moral palls
1 ny they uro glad, and Landon's Tycoon
for the twelvo months to como. Alas I.
gather rou ml mo, unfortunatu palls ; lot
us drown our duop sorrow In deep flagons
of ruin. Tho morulbuiiiblo-beo stung tho
grnxhoppcr rdostcr. Alack that this
mcitsgotlrould fly through the land I And
now, what can we do wbft Miff for n liv
ing, except como .down' gracefully end
throw up Air hand? 'I'm down at tho
; mouth, nl thu heels, and down-hearted; I
really dou't know' what 1 shall do. My
j ' blx ' has gono up,' and, I 'nm flat bus tod ;
j I f!el, so, 1 ,dt,s disagreeably blue. The
i 4 tilt 'tt rA t m it ttsneMtt .of Till 1ttn1tAj
uia wu soV im iiivt vuk 't Vila v. a ls s. us
nnd tho ehanco that we'll go( it ngain Is
l 1 liaf nnd n'fullor'll bo 'gobbled when,
over he louche uh altie'lo'ttat don't be
long unto Mm. So, I believe that wo alio had
better reform 1kvs, und I'll call on Jo. A.
there io llvo jmt tho.hyiau,'.
.Thf lovco prcfenlit st iccne ofbustlonnd
rctlylty. - ' .
lion Whltnkcr will go out of tbo drug
btiMtivss about tho lint of April. Ho will
ro turn to bis old homo nt .aiieivllle, Ohio
Tlm S'lit eitnbllsbmont' lias coir.e down
from tho third to thu second story of An
trim's clothing store building.
It has been' noted ns a cut lou chronolo-
gloui f.t' t tuat 1,-tit, which commcuefct this
v. r mi Wahington's birthday, will und
on tho mitiivtrtary of Iaju's surrender.
Col. John "irncker, widoly know us tho
Old WhcoMIorto of tho Democracy of
.Soiilhtirn lllinul, voted tlio Citizens'
Tiokct st the recent municipal 'clw'tion in
tlhs city.' This f-ict shows lluil tho contest
was entirely remnvcd from thentinopbero
ol nntloL-nl or'State politics.
Thu girders for tho Southern Illluols
Ins.nno Asylum, now In courso of erec
tion nt Anna, were received by tho I 111 -iioj
Cciitr.tl railroad, from tho steamer
'Mohawk'Satnrduy. They were manu.
fiicturiJ at Antwerp, Helglum,
' Tho rivers arc coming up tho loveei,
tut have nlmost reached their maximum
height. They must soon, perforce, begin
to fall ; nnd whau thoy do wo hopo they
may fallliku Lucifer, novur to riio ngain,
which Is tin cxpmwlon nfter tho manner of
.VKITHKIi DEAD NO It SLEKPINtJ.
li'lrr.ltcl)(iul llrulft t Imt lie luKNIiatlow
KlISUiiK ls Volil lluknosvts,
VirKti'kU, Mis , Ki'b. 1, lhTI,
To the Kditor of tht Lro llullttin,
Di:.u Sin Pleaso do mu tlio favor to
s.iy through tlio columns of tho morning
Itulletin, that 1, Putor Hoboni, hnvo not
been ent to tlio tliailowy land by n bullet
from n woapon in thu murderous hand of
u gummeii of African dutoont. I beg to
say that, Instead of being n spiritual
shadow Hitting tho void unknown, that I
mu u living corporoal subttanco of some
IMS pounds, of bono uud muscle, ublu to de
fend " to tho last end," my vulunblo dog
luck, ugnlnst nil comers.
Hoping you will, through tho Hulloliii,
inaku tho nmondo honorable",
I remain yours und living, .
Fancy (!oopi. Attetitlou U called to
tho stock of fancy goods and china' toys
sold nt prices to suit tho time, also, dollar
nrtielea nt tho Dollnr Store
Call nt K. II. Oswnld & Co'i old stnnd
on Commercial Avmuo, mttf.
l'oi; salo oroxchango, 500 acres of choice
land in Franklin comity on tho contem
plated lino of ruilrtud;from tit. Lou's to,
' Kvannvillo, ;1 will exchungo for Cairo
property. 0; CLOSE.
V (i km. Tho Evening Starts bo most
' beautiful. theQUfroiilcyllndor 'wood ttovo
mndo. His(lurablO ecoianu'cul, and tho
', T, J V body- 'Vhould
huvo ono of thoso excellent stoves
ISpflcmlMentlng of tlio Select Counrll, enllca lor
the purpose of canvnitlng Ihn returns nl the
lt C'hnrtcr Kleellonl
Cairo, 111., Mmcli 3, 1(71.
Present His honor, tho . Jlnyor, und
Councllmen Artor, Bnrolny, Jorgonton,
iloyer nnd Taylor.
Thero being' n. juorutn prosont, tho
board was announced rendy1' (6 'transact its
business. . H $
Whorcunn. Ctnetlii tyhr moved
that tlio Chalr.nppolntVicmlttco of two
to cnnvnss tho'Toluriik aHd report ln
Jorgenscu nnd Moyor.woro appointed at
sUclrCommltteo'nnd after examining tho
rotitrns, presontod tbo following report, to
wlt:. ... t.
iTo lhe'lIri..Myr, ibtr
Your Commlttoo find from an examina
tion of tho returns of the Into Charter El
cctlon nt follows: .
KOll aXI.KCTCOCMCItMKlir CITT AT I.AROK.
VT. P. Hnlllday, 1st Ward ree'd 159 votes.
" 2nd " " 211 "
i. 3ra o Ho
t . 4th " 303 '
Danlcl lliird 1st Ward received 157 votes
, -.and' '" i!39 '!
T "' 3rd ' i o ns "
ii 3th " " atft! "
:., . Total;.'......,' i BU!
Jtobt. W. Mllior 1st Wnrd ree'd '50 votes.
ii 2nd " " :iW "
3rd " " 18 "
. 4th " " 00 "
Jno. (j. Harmnn 1st Ward ree'd C3 votcB.
2nd " " 72 "
rOK HKLKCT COOXCII-MEK riKST
Jno. McNully received 90 vote.
PaulG.Schuh " 139
B ECO XI) WAHII. ZT"ZS
C. H. Woodward received 235 vote.
P. 'eir " 40 "
Jno. AVood received 120 votes,
N. L. AVickwiro " 38 " .
S. S. Tnvlor secelved..' 304 votes.
It. Fitzgerald " CO "
Showing that W. P. Hal I Id ay and Daniel
iiura receivcu tnonigiiesi number or votes
cast for Select Councilman from thu city
at largo. -
rmsT ward ji
Paul U. Sctiuh received thelhighest
number rf votes cast fur Select Council
man. HKCOKD WA Rt.
C. It. Woodward recelveil the hluheit
number of .votes cast for Select Council
man ' J
For Selcc'. Councilman John Wood ro-
coived iO votes, belnir the hiuhest iiumLor
of votes cast for thut olllco.
For Select Councilman S. S. Tinlor i-
voivcu iivi vinvs, ut'iuir suu uiuiivi iiiiniivr i
! ..I.I X.'-.A V.....ntln.al
! , int u - I . V. 1 . t I. . . .
Your vommlltuo ruspecuully recomewna;
tual tlio returnt from tun bupona Vs atu
1 thrown out en uocount of infortumiUy,
Tbo rlrtifloate of tho Judges does not show
for what offlcotho persons named were at.
plring to. ltcspectfullv, tie.
, L. JOUOES'SON, (. ,,
II. 31YKRS , (-0'"'
l't-piirt received nnd committee dis
charged. Whereupon Mr. ilarclsy presented and
niovud tho ndoption of tho following res
olution to. wit :
lUtihtil, That tho following named
persont nro hereby declared duly elected
members of tho S.ilcct Council, vr.:
Paul O. Schuh, for 1st Ward;
John "Wood, for Urd Ward ;
S.S.Taylor, for Ith Wnrd;
W. P. llallldny, for City-at-I.irgo;
D. Hurd, In placo of D. Arter, reslgneil.
Adoptod by the following vote, viz :
Ayes Arter, Jlarclay, Jorgenscn, Mey
Councilman Taylor oxcuiod from vot
ing. Councilman Taylor then moved tlmt C.
It. Woodward ! declared elected
a member of tho Council from tho 2nd
Carried, Meir. Artor, Ilarclay,Jorgen.
sen, Meyer und Taylor voting in tho
Tho resignation of D. Arter was then
presented, and, on motion, accepted by n
HOARD OF ALDERMEN.
(Ch'Io-I rneIIntr'o(llili'arilofAlilernii'ii (or Iho
nitpoif of cinilnx Ilia ruturni r Urn lull
C4iro,lll., Jliireli I, l7l.
Preent Messrs. Urunkle, Carroll, Vitr.
gernld, Kleb, Lohr, Lonergiin, McKee,
Alderman Mendel moved that u com.
mlttuu of 2 bu appointed to canvass tlio ru
turns of tbo election.
Tho chair appointed Messrs, Mendel nnd
Tho Committee, after examining tlio ru
turni, pro.cnled tho following report:.
Your CornuilttoQ Und tho otu cast for
Aldormen In tho different wurds of thu
city to bo as follows :
i'HUT WAKU VOU AI.DKllllKN.
Potor Suup roooivod 18 vote.
Jamos Ulggs " UT
W.G.Carey ' s
J, S, Reurden ' 139 '
J. B. Sweyno received 200 votes.
It. II. Cunningham !'. 2i'J 'U
Robert Balrd ."
Arthur lloyle " ,.
Jos, Mondol ' . ('
Wm. Stratton irocoived U votes,
John Clancy ..,.....,. 42 votcj,
J. 11. Metculf received aotvoUw
G. Hi Sense ' ' ! 270 "
ltobort Urlbach " 5u
John Madden " 9 "
' v 'JAHi CAR ROLL, j"
Aldormen Wlntor theroupon presented
and moved tho adoption of, tho following
llettlvtii, that owning to informality of
vno second wnrd poll liooM, ibis ooara nu
Journcd till Mnnday ovoning, nt half past
seven o'clock, nnd, "in the monn time, that
n coinmlttt o of two bo appointed, togothor
with tho Mayor, to gel legal ndvlso in ro
B"'1 1' tho sumo; nlso, to invostigato tho
oligiblilty of tho persons who huvo re
ceived the highest number of votot for Al
dorman as shown upon tho poll books, and
report Monday ovenlng, March Oth.
Mr. Loncrgnn moved to nmond as fol
lows: "HetoheJ, thut tho City Attornoy bo ad
ded to tliocommtttce appointed to mnmino
into tho qualifications of mcmbors o-ct to
Tho aves and nnvs belnir demanded
upon tho motion of Mr. Loncrgan to
amend: wcro callo-1, with the following
Ayos-Carroll, Ktob, V)hr, Lonorgan,
N'nys Hrankle, Fit.geraft, Mcndol,
Tlio queslion then bolng, shall the reso
lution bo ndopled as amendod ? It was dr
chleil In ilioniUrmatlvo as follows: Yeas.
9 nays none. Thoso voting in tho
alllrmattvc wcro Messrs. Hrankle, Carroll,
FiUgerrtldvlcb, Lohr, Loncrgnn, McKco
Mendel and Winter.
Wl. -1. .. f - -.!...- ! I. ...-.It!...,
i iiij viiinr iiiiiioiiifct:u ua buoii wuiiniiivbvv;,
Mrs. Lohr nnd Winter.
Tho board then adjourned.
JOHN BROWN, City Clerk.
THE CITr COUNCIL.
The Mew Ieal-TlioWsueof tlt Haan-
litra sir ttse Slew catssietl.
THE SELECT COUMClt.
will bo composed, nfter tho 10th Inst., of
tho following gantlcmcn.:
John M. Ijtniucn,, Mayor;
."Win, P. llallldny,. from City-at-Largo;
Daniel Hurd, from tho Clty-at-Largej
Pnul G. Schuh, from 1st Ward;
C. Jt. Woodward, from 2ml Ward ;
John -Wood, from 3rd Wnrd;
S, S. Taylor, frn'm 4th Wnrd.
Messrs. Lnnsdcn, Hurd, Schuh, Wol-.
ward and AVood nro republicans, and llal
lldny and Taylor democrats.
THE IIOAUII Of AI.IiEUMr.N
will bo constituted as follows, the names of
tho democrat bolng printed in roman, and
thoso of the republicans in italic!
From the First ard-.las. S. Hoarden ,
From thu 2nd Wnrd R. II. Cunningham,
, s ' ',tM. Jiuutr,
1 j. . . Jas.'S. Swayne,
From tho Third Ward Win. Stratton,
From tin! 4jh Ward Jas. Carroll,
o to. ji. xtatr,
' ' Henry Motculf.
This shows nine democrats to three ro-
uubllcaus. Hut no DollUcnl oucttlon can
arls., If tho mcwbersjclect act in good
rami lor tnu city weiiaru.
I. E. TAKE NOTICE I I. E.
Wlirrc lUrKnlli IrsISry loosla May ls
U now nuking arrangement for tho open
ing of tho spring trnde. He Intends tilling
his commodious store room with u largo
variety of dry goods, comprising ladles
drosi goods, muslins, tublo linen, carpet
Ing, matting nnd nil article usually Jound
In simiinr cuinoiisumeiitit.
His enrpctey two ply, thriu ply und
IlniMi'ls, nro of new nnd elegant pattorns,
nnd rhenper than hnvo been brought to
this market. Mr. 1 funny Intends adding
to his stock iu this particular, at nil early
day, und will how such n variety iu style
nnd prices that nil purchasers can bo suited.
I ii other articles of dry goods Mr. II army s
stock-will b low In prleo, various in kind
nnd of the bi t iiualltv.
A Wokd on'lVo. Tho Citizens' Ticket
was nominated in tho Interest of munici
pal reform, mid was placed before tho poo
plo by gentlemen who said : " This ttcket
roprctoiits hostility to tho lovoo slmrpcrs
to tlio Clipper saloons of the city to loose
nets In tho administration of tho city gov
ernment to tho mill. improvement mon
to tho autl'iuHiiufacliirliig citizens, but it
hut no political significance." Thun caino
forward u number of gentlemen with hii
other ticket, iinuoiiiiciug their determina
tion to break down tlio citizens' movement,
but why they did not declare. This
omission created ill'cuiiUin,aiid tlio friends
of thu Citluiis' Ticket drew inference not
complimentary to tlm opposition. It was
said ; Thu Usuu has been luttdc up, mid thu
defeat of the Clilson' Ticket wjll bo re
garded u n victory of tho gamblers und
other loosu cjinrneturs; nnd it would huvo
been. This fact is plain to every ono who
has observed that every thluf in'Hhq
rity was anxious to huvo tho Citizens'
Ticket put down Hut it not docs fol low, bo.
cnuso this is true becnusa we havu used
this kind of . language that wo do.
tiro to bo understood ns snylng that tlfo
gcntlouion who eouipo-ed tho People's
Tiekotnro tho especial friunds of this kind
of people. wsh to sny, emphttlciilly,
thut they uro not thut"tho most of iho
gentlemen on that ticket urn honest citi.
cent, lJut itillwij limit fontlnuu to assort
that JhCjilcfeMof llio.cltlient's iiioveiiiont,
.w.Mji'JstniieU for rtaiilspeeillod.
nurpnscs, bv -the opposition, which was
'ovmentiy organuoit in a spirit ot pure
cussudaest,''-would have beu
a failure to-reform tbo ovlls
boeu comphdmd nbout und. denounced
Swolildbaveloon reVTdod lis n irlufliph of.
thut olemunt of Cairo soviuty wluoji'ls as
looso us an olu hlioo, ana useless ,ur (''
, ' , " .... ' . i a
Ftou'r Choice Family F,lour In blls J
half bbls., Backs 'Ac, for salo at tho Egyp-!
an Mills. u '
THE FASHION AHLE GIltLl
THE UEAUTIFUL OIltLI .
THE WOMANLY GIULI
THE YANKEE GIltLl
THE WESTERN GIRL I
TflE STRONG-MINDED GIRL I
THE FAMOUS LECTURER,
will diicoimo upon this Interesting ub-
Thuday Even'g, Waich !,
Admission r0 cenU
Itcservod Beats "
Rcserveil scats will Iw sold nt tho Alhe-
neum on Thursday, from : to 12 m., and
from 3 to 5 p.m. TIckoti can bo had for
four days preceding tho locturo at W. H
Rockwell A Co.'s and II, A, Hnnnon's
An oxchango nvs :
"Miss Locnn's Icejuro In New YorK
Citv was n grand inovation. Stolnway
Hall, holding 5,000 pcoplo, was packed
irom parquctto to dome."
Of her lecturo at tho Academy of Mutle,
In Philadelphia, tho 1'resi snys:
"For an hour nnd n half tbn hold it vnst
nudlonco fairly spell-bound. Hor stylo is
of tho highest llnith of fcmnlo elocution,
and hor story n raro mingling of humor,
good sonso and pathos. r
Tho New York Tribune say ;
'Sho is always bright; clear nml gonial,
and tho somothing sho has to toll, Is
strongly commended to good tasto by hor
unusually brllllnnt manner of telling It,"
Tho Chicago Kreniny Journal says :
"Fnrwoll Hall was crowded to its lmT
Tho locturo was not merely u succession
of "smurt snvingi" tartly uxpressod. but
It was n brilltnntosiay, oloquont with the
imagery of thought, sparkling nlwnys,
and forming n volume iorfectly hnr
inonoousfrom licglnnlng to end.
Tho Joltct 'idf, or Fubrunry 2Sth,
Tho locturo of Ollvo Logan, nt Walsh's
Hall, on Thursday evening, under tho
auspices of the Historical Society, called
together tho largest audlonceevcr socn in
this city on a Ilka occasion, livery Inch
of available room in tbo hall was occupied,
i.. . . .. i.-..t.. -
sup) niuat iiviiovfc' .iiriuOBioiiu'i , ujs,viii
ed.t It was welf worth' tbd prlco of 01-,
V.. 1IISTKHT COI'KT.
This court was not in session yesterday,
JuJ;e Treat having failed to put In all
appearance. The Judgo is vxjicctcd this
morning, and will commenco court nt
Philharmonic Hall at U o'clock. Deputy
Marshal Snup hut ovorythlng In readiness.
This court is still in session and we are
nil praying that it may speedily pass from
U. No business of importance wat trans
acted yesterday, nnd Judgo linker Inform
ed tho traverse jury that tlieir services
would bo no longer resulted. This is n
hopeful sign. Tho end draws on apace.
James Fornoy was brought beforu
Squiro Shunnessy by Constiiblo Woldcn,
charged with disorderly conduct. Ho
was flnod 5, and handed over to Mcllnlo,
Archy Chambers, n colored shoemaker,
living on Mnoteonth street, wat arrested
by Marshal Ram brick, chnrcod with
drunkenoss nnd disorderly conduct. Ho"
was lined 5 and costs.. Paid liko a littlo
Hill Iturton, colorvd, was arrested on
tho clutrgo of assaulting n negro woman.
Ho admitted tho soft impcaohmunt, uud
declared that under similar circumstances
ho would flog tho girl again. Tho annuo
tucnt cost him $5 und cots.
Tho court commenced nt 0 o'clock, urn.,
Judge F. llroi, providing, with .litmus E.
M.'Crito and Kovero Murchlldon, ussooi
utos. Tho morning session was devoted
to rinding thu minute, of tbo previous
meeting of tho court.
Tho nftcrnoon win devoted to tlio exam
Inutiou of chilli s against tho county. Tho
court will bo In mIoii during tlm week.
It is expected that much Important bull
iiii will bo transacted.
riostiit,- Out Stilt's,
Twi'iity-tlvo thousand dollars worth of
rcady-mudo clothing, hat., cups, boots,
shoes, trunks and vale.es urn oll'ered for
lalo by P. Nell', 10, Ohio Lovue, nt AC
Tl'AI. COST 1'RlCl-y, it being hlsjiiiton
lion to elono out in thnl lino, mid emburl;
exclusively nml move oxtenilcely in thu
futulslilugVgiKi.l and' merchant tailoring
Tliis cloilng out sulo furiiishos uu oppor
tunity to stmiro clothing cheaper tlian over
before oncred In this market.
AxritNTioK Hiiir.itMi,.-r-All' mem
bers of ihuabove company nty hore.Vy no-
titled that thero will bo u special meeting
been mada for soatinjr the multitude., -Tbo
: lecture was delivered' In'c!oouont5 stylo,
tho fairsooakcr bolnc roneatudlr annlaud-
gii.WuduosdayevenlnffrMnrch-athTeaiUUjaW Voaia)n1Cjpii3sWiam Ave
for tho purpose 6f settling tip Vhi fob nua. mcb6-lw
ol thu latu ball.
,f fT, . M M'M ftf"?
1 tu ;,r A ! Pv fi R
" THsi'cSfro 7W Informs, tho wqi
that lion. M'm. J. Allen, Judgo John, ?!
Mulkey, Judge V. HiisWtiV Meyer,
onO) ;sipfiv;i "w;" , .
I). 'Arter votod ugaliwt tlmCMjeii Ticket,
Messrs. John llowloy und Robert Smy the,
we are told In fact, know supported thu
Citixens' Ticket, and voted it with only
000 Krtcli, and that wh near the middle.
What II k (. ti . .
, nana an vki
Wflhsva msnvpUt.n.. .
tn Um ,mS.l1.1ln .1" .1.. ... . .
mnnlflv If flntt It,! llnUt 1.1.1 .
and nlllftlv nnnns 4 Via t...
. I ...v vi.u.a ivuill U k U P
way. Among theter men wo tlnd
h who cams to Cairo flftnon
..... ... a",
wen ii inio uusinost wiin n capital of
cent cash nnd n raw tinner's tools.
Wn B r., nM nt ll na. .t.A f.. - .....
I,l!ll.l,.l.l f ....l.l .
nuum n i.Mituiu iiuuiu, uiumi uir nr.
.1... I.l ...I u1 V ... J . .
Wintor that fow cltltons have done mot
. . . ... , ,
iiu.-iioiigu quiet, no w a mosi enerje
.. .... , , . , .
.. . .. stiver . , ........
4iOou, ucsiroyoa oy ts.re,. in lowanume
on tho tltaof this fnrmr tinllillnr.. In 180
iiobumrlmtU now known nt winUr
W i, J.1i. i i . . a
timninmnt). tvntt akaaAinj - ... .ftinr
In 1808. th brick torajdjo.n.ng Winter'
hn$ expended In Itnp'rorrtionts tho band
omotim of $$0,000.
T 1.11. .f - .
making him ono of? If Hot tho hcavleit In
iividu:l tf.x-pftyoMin th county.
villi's ill's ii ir Liin iiwiii r in l ii
abovo nlco illcei of property, Mr. Win
tor uwtiol at dlffcrotit tlnici Aoveral cost!
tiillllU UWUIIIllg CIVU9V9 WI1IUU nUUMTI IIU
I III . , val.f-t.
built ly other citizens. Ho hat no objoc
Uon to owning good framo bulldlngi, bu
i !.... it . i i . .1- . 1
l n iiiiiHiinT ilo riwdvi uui uriL'K. tin iin
a it si v. I In fl. nr. lnSSllM,i Ima si,ln.r-
cd to mako tlicm,us6fdl tohimiolf and th
CUV. IlOSKIDl DO I II a? UsTl OXislIlllVU UfULJUr.
holder Id Cairo ht ls'th-proprIetor of on
no tit nn nriiH liupcnocaKui.
, tt i i.. i.i.
in I'fiiirHn. limine iiirni'iTU 111 iiim lit
--" : . r .
ftr . . . ..
nil uni OBH ADa tnui'.H ma ueuiuu
"Jack" ivstnndby thatho could not wol
ill.itA-.n nlll. Ili.-'Inrv IliA w,.-a l,a h
soven places. of busitu
A I . ",.!--
nKomeni. nnu.ua .nowniii " luu
r. - . . i'ii'i.m a -nntrn
In .fadJack kltM MM
. r i h'Bal 1 kl f 1 m
niTiiim in innnv irsi uiiirinniwini si i ilsi ii
i . A - - ! . . . l.
... . 1. . . r . 1. I 11 ict. it t,..
wiia utiiiiutiiu a,v-aMv isism'jhs,.i iv m
' yMAsInnailf m'a (SjAa1 lelttt f Ii i ivrnnrt sntss
' a ta
rut ininniiii isrn itriiinii mini inn lmlv. mii
I Ill I f . . I 1 11.. U I. n.t...1l
ll III ww trv
bu iuvo iio vi ii L'ivo to Jiavor jansuen
bcncltt the oi. O"
kTEl' IT REIORE THE PEOPLE
ml .... -.. Jm -. . n r. . . . ,
stock of clot i in:, boolssuoci. tints, caps,
trunks and vulises, at and
Ii Is his purpoij to'era" iioro oxten
slvoly iu tho merchant. Ullorlng and fur
nlshlng goods business honco tho desire
to close out tho' stock-, tborq.tnumcratod.
marOtf u A I
Tin JVssr Vstarllaaeia. Mast the
nieus asjr Beaerre;
In theSulcct Council wo havo, Schuh to
keopZsilonce, Taylor to so up tho raveled
stcovo of tho city's business, tail Wood to
use when wo wish to kindle a flamoof
uiscuvsoii, 11 wu run ou. oi oou, yaru
I, ., . . ... . a. . ...
tho wood man, could supply u-yvith other
fuel. Would Ward refuse Wobdicani 1 If
llurd can mnko it convenient to ulwaya
bo present nt tlio council meetings, what
can bo .".ltd by hiiirtlmt wlll;nt"bo heard
tJ the city wtvantegojj An tIius Halll.
uay is icuon. iu mo cum.
In tliu Hoard of jAldermsuA we have
Staid to keep l!enctiN.rfti Swayuo
who will prove tu constant to thd
city's interests ns tho lovo-lorn warn lo tho
charms of li mistrMs Jta4 jthoro is
Carroll, who U not n "Christmas Carrol,"
but the Kouttli "NVurdfrollrlr musical
ns tlio harp of Erin and.u,lndojjindunt e
a mllUonnro. Whoolsot Jack Winter,
who is, sqmihut'Ib'.vVbbt when his ice is
broken, ts genial follow' with iiolTrost in
lib composition. "SVo ure suro ho will not
iirovo to bo the' Winterof tho Council's
discontent. Tho other nJmesard horrible,
and ,wo abandon them luletpaj
Cuia Ton A.vu Fancy" AKTitxica.
Miss Kato Carson fc SltorjjhMlro to call
the, nUfrtUoiUOf tho uAlo4 Mir large
ao'ntoetssortmeiit3oT eTHna'wys, and
that they "reconstaDtjv rocoivlng articles
ioldTor obe tUUsji.'lijjfJto prepared to
give thoso desiring fancy articles excellent
bargains. Cilv'o4 them a call at E. II. Os.
l AVby Vlfl oufrenQVVultTlo'rsk of bo-
coiningUusi bywojjyacomiiion Hpocta
clos, wontlioy can procure tbo mgat per
rnrIislfIhiillkSkC iiWHIciUaie. by
..Al1tni nt Our old friuuds Taber Uro' the
I jizHrus Su Morris' l'erfi
l a pair oi
rlfen't-ite lay ,iJ
aa&i.wi ' , ....
A LAuac stock of furnUhlng goods of all
kinds always on hand at P. NeJTs, No. 7
Ohio Levee. dc!Hf