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T ZEE 33 OAIBO BL'-jLETIIT, nEA.KOX3l' 19 .
OaThO AND NASHVILLE
The fo owln Mcstncra lento Cairn
on th days and at lh hour hMow.nimi'd
TALISMAN, Every Monday at C p.m. i
TVHONE, Every Thursday, at 6 p.m. ;
LUMSDEN, Every Saturday, at 6 p.m.
For Freight or I'nutnjto apply on hoard, or to
UIGOS & MALLOUY,
janfrnUfl TS OHIO I.KV K 1 1.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
The beautiful anil light draught IfuniT
UOItHKT VMEtlLET Maattr.
rTM Cairo dally at p.m., add fa-lurali dally
at 9 a.m. Hating auprrior dccointnnd.itiona Mir
ollclta pulilla patronage.
.4 ItTIII.'It HAIKJVWAII, SI.
-.. .,, rr.ysician anil Accouciictlr, lor
merly ol Anna, Colon Co., Illlnol., hit perma
nently locals! in rltr. OFPICK Comnwlrl
Anue, l-dwrrn Hh and trtti hlrrcls Wet aide.
n xs: Dvssisti, n. i. iu -
V lOESCK-Conier Ninth and Walnut
jFFICE-Corni-r Blilh Sltr.l an t Ohio Uteo
oVVICK HuUKS-Kroro 9 a.m. in II m., an.
ttflLLIAM K. M.niTII,.n.
KKHKNCK-No. 21, Thirt--nth ii
ten Washington Arnn) and Walnut hlrrt
OrFOK.-ISO Coineiclal Aut.ui, u ,tlr
HH'ARD.VEIt, XI. ., Cairo
IIKHIIIRN'CKOnrnor t Niliitfnlh at.,
and Waahlgton ate. OKKICK On Ciriin.ri'iai
art-., otr the I'ottofllre. OKKlt'K lol'Kn
fromloa m to II nf., (unJi) xrpi.iedl mi. I
from 2 to s ii m.
ft.HKIUIIA.1I, M. I.
OMcf, 1.10 Commercial Avenue
UfBcvMear. Mta 10 ss.ru fc 1 So 3 p.m.
Kttldenca, No, ll.Niblli alri'l, Cairo III.
ALL EX. Md'LKET
ATTORNEYS 1 COUNSELLORS
Wllllaaa J. Alloa, )
JataB M. Math-.
aael r. Wknltr
Partietila attention paid to rls.r and admiralty
tin. i n't .
om HHiai T Wlaler'aMlark.
QREE. A OIMIEIIT,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
Yllllaaa H. Ureea, )
Wllllaaa B. USISmi-s, J. CAIRO, H.I..
Hilt a r. mltwrt, J
nprcial atl.olioa Ritea W Admiralty and Slf am
UtBco OalaLavoe. Khmi 7 anal
r !tjr National Uaak.
QOHM EKCIAL. iioti:i..
Commercial Av., Oppollo I'o-l Ofllrc
JOSEPH HAYLISS, 1'roprletor.
Th lluu l.nfwly furnKhed and otrr In il.c
paUloflr'ttlaaa accomrnulalion.. frl.TJIf
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
yooD t wooi : : ivoi: : : :
The undrlcnd will riirnUh
Hard and Dry Wood
Aa Cheap, If not Cheaper
i.ii anr wood-ralar in Cairo. I.if rdrr nl
in Poii.omca and at tho norn'r of W1I1 Siren and
1 ltxwl maa.iirn aLd
willrord Ih wood up,
Frbruarr Wml, 1171.
yyoou and c:oal.
IP, 3E. "VTJLJRjID
la prepared to iteWier the lot
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
in any part of the city, In no quantity deM(Hj,
on aliort uotiee.
Coal Delivered at $4 "0 IVr Ton.
OFKICE-Orer Heerwart, Orth A lJ.' loe
toie, todooraljio Ha' corner ot KinHtlitit
and Oomintrcial avmua. d cod
Oer. 8th St. A- Washlnirtou uvi!.,
Cairo, - - - Illinois
laaupplied with the iron hen
UrorcrUe, Urttn "rlea a ail laa.
Dressed Poultry, Fresh Butter
AndeierythinK el needed lor family aupply
It I In ahurt one of tho U'.t utooked Kroeerm" in
tht, cllv. .,
Acontinuaccof nablie natroumt I" rM'eclluy
Cor. Poplar and Thirteenth St.,
CAIRO, - - - - ILLINOIS
(In tho building known u the BmlthStore.)
a doing a Onntral Oro eery Oualnea in FirM-ClMs
01 la, one To, pure, Ontlee, Canned aad Dried
riltti, Hnmad nnl Bait Meat, 1'iokled Pork,
ard, tiin ilted llaof, B utter, fteah Koga, Flour
eil.S lit Kith, Nitta , U andlea, Hhot, eiTall kind
lot4Uitalfy kept In A rat-data grocery aloie.
NEWS OF THE CITY.
. , ., f ,i . ,.,
Tin: great length of the report of the
council proceeding, ami other cause,
compel tu to omit from thii ititio a largo
amount of local mutter which hkd heon
i prepared for it.
I SHOUT ITEMS.
A I.aiujk lock of fiirniihlng goola of all
kind nlwnyj on hand at 1 Neil'i, No. 79
Ohio LfiVec. decOtf
Henry Cutidco lin been appointed
Commissioner of Deed for tho .State of
I'o 11 pWtols and cartridges hud bovio
knlvcn, go dirert to 1'. Ni;ll, No. 70 Oliio
Hurry Wnlkor hn nponeil tho Idle wild
Hotel and Itcilnurnnt, and li now prepared
to nerve meal in tho llnct ftylo of tho
culinary 11 r I.
Ik you want 11 good, alyliih ami well
titling suit of clothe, made to order, you
mntg to I'. iuir, No. i'J Ohio Lovou.
"Wllo l ll that dou tint liko itnuking
but blculU for brnikfa.t .' Tho Katuo
Cook tlovn will lmkn them In live mlnuti'
tlmo by the watch.
Two School Director iim.'. lw olected
tho firt .Mon lay In April one in jilaco
of W'nrwlck, rc.lgnwl, and onu in place of
Webb, wliy.i) time it then up.
Tim enterprising llrm of Mnthuu V:
I'hl. Commission merchants, have re
moved their ol'.lco and place of builnws
from No. )"i to 68 Ohio I.evee, in the
Kirn National Hank Huildlng, tcrond
I'at. Kitgorald hai Ills bVb oil Cun-
nlngham'a itore room, and if it ran Ik!
rented at roasonablu llgurvs will iran-
form it into u firK'ClaM saloon.
CniLiiiiKM'i picturo rhould U' laken In
tho forenoon. Parents ihould remembi-r
this, at it Is moro to their interest than f
Worthioctoti ', over Itookwell At Co.'e !
The "Clipper" suloon has opeued crat
;uin under it old tuanngen.unt. It was 1
cici.'d when tho Crn'.hoppor cxcitoim-nt j
prevaileil, hut lint been openixl now, tho j
fnrt having becomo apparent that thi ro-
foruicts are not tho tcrrlblo men they were
pictured. What is to bo done"'
Why will our friends run the mk of be
coming b'iiul by wearing common .pecta-
clci, when they can procure the moi, per
fect article that has yet been innde. by
calling ut our old friends Taber Iiro' tho
well known juwelers and get 11 pair of
Iir.nrtis A: Morris' Perfected Spectacle.
Hint delay. febltlaw.vlni
Tun action of tho Council In not con
tinning the Maycr'A nouiinatioti of Chlf
of Puliee, und tho other nienib. r. of tho
force wu generally coinmtiitl on vaster
day ; and among tho " Citizens " not too
reformatory to give wy to pnnioti a little
very decldoil "cuts words " wore used.
Hut wo have no doubt the Cotinell will do
Tahkk JlR.iTitr.if, Si Ohio Levee, will
uoreafter keep constantly on hand, direct
from tho Kastcm manufacturers tho very
best winter strained purllled sperm oil, for
tewing machines, und nil lino and light
machinery. This oil has never yet been
mporceded by any of tho manufactured
oils, ut 'l novergurni or is iitfoctcl by tho
Hi Honor, Mayor J.ati.dcn, and Messrs.
Hurd, Halllday, Heardcn, meiuberi of tho
Coii'uiil, with a largo n umber of othor cit
izens vliltod "Kort Jollurjou" yoiterdav
afternoon. Tho gravel road ha disap
peared under tho wator, but tho ferry bor.t
passe up 'Willow Creek - und hmda pss
senger on tho high ground on tho now
roail to Uliindvllle. Tho company scat
tered over th hllU hills within thirty
minutes' rldo from Cairo! and pleasantly
loafed nwiiy an hour, talking l hoi," Cairo
and politico mild politic. How sweet it
is to see brethren dwelling together in
Closing- Out Sale.
Twenty-live thousand doll.ir worth of
ready-madii clothing, bats, caps, boot-,
thoe, trunks mid valcsos tiro otlVrod for
attlu by P. Neil", 7!, Ohio Levee, at AC
Tl'AL COST PIUCIW. it being hl..lnten
tlon to clo-o out In that line, and embark
exclusively and moro oxteu.lvoly in tho
furnishing" gooJs and inercliant tailoring
ThU closing out knlofurnUhw an oppor
tunity to curo clothing cheaper tlmn over
beforo ottered In this, market.
Foil S.vu:. I will sell my liousotind lot,
ituiuodon Washington avenue, wott side,
between 4th and 1th utrecu, Cairo, 111'
Tho liouso 1 a two story frame, UnUlied
throughout, and contains eight room?, con
veniently arranged. Cistern, outhousu, etc.
Turin easy. .IOUN SHF.EIIAX.
Tho annual meeting of etookholdor of
the Cairo and Vincennes It, It. will bo held
at tho otlleo of tho company, in
Cairo, J1U., on Tuesday, tho SOth of April,
1871, for tho purpose or electing Directors,
and such other husinoH as may bo neces
sary. D. It. L AUK ED,
Flouu. Choice Family Flour in bbls
half bbls., sacks &c, for salo ut t,ho Fgyp
tlan Mill. an
' COUNCIL PHOCEEMNIIS.
Spodnl Joint Meeting of tlio City Coun
I ell hold nl tlio Council Chamber In tlio
i C.ty of Cnlro, on FilJny evening, March
' 17, 1871.
Mayor Lunsdon, prcsIJintr.
1'rciont Oouiicilmen Halllday, Hurd,
. T i.
ntid Aldermen Cunningham, Fitzgerald,
Mutcalf, Heardoii, Sease, .Stratton, Walder
I and WInter.l 1.
Absent Alderman Under, Carroll, Kleb
nnd Sawyer. 4.
On motion of Alderman Winter tho
rending of tho Journnl was disponed with.
I Tho Commltfco on Markets reported
that they had examined tho books of Mr
Mendol, vvolgh mastor, from December 3,
1870, to March 10, 1871, nnd found that he
had collected for weighing on tho city
cales during said' lime, tnoMim of $22 80;
that .Mr. Mendel had performed his duty
utisfaclorlly, nnd they recommended that
ho bs paid n reasonable compensation for
his services. Import received. In connec
tion with tho foregoing motioned report,
Alderman Winter presented and moved
tho adoption ol tho following resolution,
I Kcsolvcd, That .Joseph Mendel ho allowed
j thu turn of ten dollars for services
j randered for tiio timo mentioned In tho
1 .Market Committee' report, und that he
! pay into tlio City Treasury if-'l! HO In cash
or its equivalent in scrip "at its par value.
Adopted by the following vote ; vis .
Cunningham, Fitzgerald, Ilulliday. Hurd,'
Metculf, Ileardcu, Schuh, Mease, Stratton,
Taylor, Wnlder, Winter, Wood nnd
Woodward 1 1. Nays None.
The Committee, on .StroeU eubmitted
tho following report, vu-
Tim Commit leu on Streets respectfully
report that they 2nd it necessary for a
proper execution of work upon tile side
walk', that 11 skillful mechanic should bo
appointed to tnkft chsrge of such work.
'1 hey recommend tho adoption by thu
Council of tho following resolution, viz:
Kcsolvcd, That the Mayor bo and he
Is hereby requested to nomtnato for con
tinuation by this Hoard, a competent car
penter to take charge of tho work upon
the Kldewalks, 11 ml that such carpenter be
paid at tho rate of thrco dollars n day for
I. II. M ETC A LP.
Commlttco 011 Street'.
On motion the report was received and
the resolution adopted.
Tho petition of .Win. Wollman, rupre.
tvhtin; that on tho 0th day of February,
last, ho was nrrestnl and lined $11. '2d for
doing business without license, when lit
faet he never ' transacted business, anil
praying that said fine bo remitted.
Councilman Schuh moved to cran,
' the prayer of the petitioner. Coun
cilman Hurd tnovod to amcndliy referring
the petition to tho committee m claims'.
Th petition of Vitrei! nnd Greeley,
rupresenting that on tho day- of
A. I). 1H0 , they were nrrosted nnd fined
$J." and coif, fur selling gunpowder with
out lic n.e; that tho soetiun of tho ordinance
under vthteh they were fined Is Invalid,
i:c, and praying that tho amount of said
tine with thi ct and Intcroit upon tho
nme l ruferrod.
Alderman Carroll appeared and took his
Councilman Halllday moved to refer
said petition to tho Committee, on Claims
The petition of Louis Drlortmaii. asking
pcrmi.'ion to complete tho building on
lot i;, in block 15, In thu city of Cairo.
Councilman Wood moved to rcfur tho
petition to tho Committed on Fire Depart
inent. Counellmnn Taylor moved to amend by
I nuoMlng the aid committoo to report
fully tho facti In tho cue.
The original motion was then put rnd
carried. ' '
iiillx. . r
Tljo following bills vvero then presented;
.1. II. Metealf, two days ,1udg of
election, and of board regiitfiit'n$10 00
ieo. II. Seae, two daya judge of
elctUn nnd board o'f registrat'n 10 0D
.las. C. Sullivan, one 'day clerk of
ckctiou ', eoo
LuiU .lorgenicn, one duy clerk of
election ,j 00
.Inn. P. Holy, onu davjudgo of elec
tion i :. 00
C'ha. F. NcllU, cno day Judgu of
election , ." O')
ll. Fitzgerald, tbrco dayi Judgo of
election and )i;nrd of regi.trnt'n lo Ol)
I). Davk advertising notice for
i lei tloii 'Ji 00
I). L. Davis, H.OOO blank street tax
n -ipt "7 (10
Peter U nldi r, liau'.lng four drunken
. men tu jail I 00
.John llruwn, salary s City Clerk
to March 10, in full 8:! XI
Thus. Wilson, aalarv as Mayor to
March 10, In fulf 77
j Alderman Winter moved that tho fore
' going Mils bo referred to the Commltteo
I an fllnimj. rr
Alderman TitzgeraM moved that tho
blllsof.Ino. llrown.forsilaiy us City Clerk
and of Tho. Wtison, for salary its Mayor,
M iibtivo bo allowed. Carrjeil by tho fol
lowing vote, viz;
Ayes Carroll, Cunningham, Fitzgor
iildjlallliliiy, Hurd, Metealf, llearden,
Shtth, Seasc, Stratton, Taylor, Wnlder,
I'Wintor, nd Wrtod H
Na v Woo 1 wardrJ ..
Counciluiau Ilurtl-moved that tho' re
mainder of tho foregoing bills bu referred
to thu Committuo ou Olalius.. X'arrlcd
' aioj.uTioK"j-. .. '
Aldcrmtin Winter introduced, and Al
dorman Fitzgerald ,mdcd tho adoption of
tho following resolution which was
Hcsdvcd, That tHo Market Committoo
bo authorized to employ somo suitablo
person to take chargo of tho city scabs
and that said person bo allowed for his
services 15 per cent of all moneys collect
ed for weighing.
Councilman Taylor introduced the fol
lowing preamble and resolution, which
were, on motion, of Councilman Wood,
unanimously adopted 1
Whereas, from Its central location at
thojunction of two of tho largest river in
tho great valley of tho Mississippi, being
a radiating point of a commerce, requir
ing moro than 5000 steamboat arrivals In
a year, these reaching frequently as
many as thirty In a day,
and of railroad and tebgraphlc communi
cations with every point of tho compass, it
is highly proper in tho judgment of this
body that a signal station for meteorolo
gical obsorvations should bo established
Here therefore, bo it
Hcsolved, That his Honor, tho Mayor,
bo and ho It herobv requested to transmit
to the Uonorablo Ueprcscntatlvo in Con
gress, fram this district, a copy of this pro
arnblo and resolution, and to request liim
to bring to tho notico of tho Honorable
.Secretary of War tho importance cf this
point as one of tho stations alluded to.
Tho following resolution by Councilman
"Wood was, on motion of Alderman Hear
den, unanimously adopted :
Hcsolved, Hy tho City Council of tho
City of Cairo, in joint session convened,
that tho City Comptroller be, and ho is
hereby instructed to nrocuro n blank ai-
csnient book, and proceed at onco to
mako tho assessment on oil property, real
and personal, liable to bo assessed lor tho
year 1&71, and to uo all diligunco to pros
ecute the same, so that the As.cMor'abook
mnv lio returned to llin f'nunell fnr their
act fori within the, tlmo specliled by tho
Hv Councilman Wocds
Hcsolved. llv the City Council f!thi
City of Cairo, In joint session convened,
that tho Citv Treasurer and Collector U
hereby instructed and ordered to procood
nt onco to itdvcrtlso and collect all the city
taxe, real and personal, unpaid lor tlio
vcar 1&70, and to use all other legal mcuna
for the speedy collection of tho same.
On motion of Councilman Taylor, the
foregoing resolution was unnnlmpusly
Iiy Councilman Taylor;
Hcsolved, That tho Ordinance Commlt
teo bo, and they uru hereby instructed to
examine und report to this 'Hoard whether
tho business or the City Council cannot
be transacted with fuwer itnoollngs of the
Hoard of Alderman and of thof-'olcct Coun
cil, and otherwise simplified.
Alderman Fitzgorald moved to adopt.
Hy Councilman Hurd :
UcAolvod, That tho Commitltv on Street
bo instructed to confer with tho Illi
nois Central Jtailroad Company nnd as
certain what aid, if any, cun bo obUincd
from said company In repairing and ini
prorinr Lovvj streol liuttveeii the passen
ger and freight depot.
On 'motion of .Alderman Winter, tho
foregoing reoiiltition was unanlmmidy
Hy Councilman Taylor:
Unsolved, That tho Flnnneo Commltteo
bo nnd they nru hereby Instructed, to xam
ino and report nt'tho next meeting of this
Hoard, whether It Is practicable to fund
the outstanding city orders.
Aldcrmnn Winter moved to adopt.
Councilman Taylor introduced tho fol
lowing resolution and moved Its referent
to tho Finance Committee, which wit car
ried unaiiimou.l.v :
KeiolveJ, That hcreufter, for ull work
done ntid materials furnished for tho oily,
no order lhall bo Issuod on thu City Treas
urer for any greator amount than tho
money price at which thu contract i iiiado
for said work or materials.
llosolved, That tho City Troantrer bo
and hois In r 'by Instructed and authorized
to endorso urmi any order drawn by tho
City Clerk on him in pursuunco of" any
authority of tho City Council, tho duto
when sa'id order is presented to him for
payment, If ho has not tho money In tie
Treasury to pay tho same, and to allow
nnd pay intercst'on said order after such
presentation at tho rate of H per cent, per
annum until said order is paid or tuid
Treasurer shall give notice either to tho
party holding tho order or publicly
through tho newspaper publishing tho or
dinances of tho city that ho is prepared to
pay tho samo in cash, provide! said inter
est shall bo paid with tho principal of tho
order, and provided that this regulation
shall not upply tu orders already in i-il,
nor to older to bo issued on contracts al
ready made, but only on orders to bo is
Hucd hcrcnl'tur on "contracts to Im tnr.do
Hy Councilman Taylor
Kesolvcd, That tho Ordinance Com
mltteo bu, and they nru hereby instructed
to props.ro and rtjmrl to tho Hoard of AN
dormeu at their next meeting fur their
action thereon, a bill for 1111 ordinance
providing that upon the payment of two
dollar in cash by euch rou owing
street labor, tlio Street StmcrvNor ahull bo
authorised to give u receipt in full for
that labor foi thu current your; that the
amounts thus received shall bu paid in
cash Into tho City Treasury and thwro
held ns n special fund to ho paid out un
der tho direction of tho City Council for
work upon tho duv;ul r street- nnd
nveu ve of tho city.
Alderman Fitzgorald moved i adopt.
Tiio Council then proceeded to the
uonllrmatioii of appointments; Alderman
Soaso and Cunningham being appointed
Tho Mnyor placed in nomination for
the position of Chief nf 1'ollco, Louis II.
Slyors. Tho nomination wits rejected
bv tho following vote: Yes 8. No ti.
Tho Mayoi then nomluatod MotrI P.
Wiloy for tho position of Chlof of Police.
Nomination rejected , as follows; ta,
7 j naVn,, 8.
Thin Mayor nominated William II
Hobortson for the position of Chief of
, jTho .noailnution was rejpeted by thu
folfowlng'voto:" Yeas', 3; nays, 12."
Tlio Mayor then placed ,losopu Vuirun
ili'llomluatioiv for tho POsltlontnf iiIl'IiI
11 - 1 , " -
policeman. - -
Tlio nomination was conllrmed by tho
follojiitiij yolcj : Yw, IS; niiyr, 3.
At tho suggestion of tho Mnyor tho
Council took a short recess.
Uponl rc-asiembllng, the Mayor norc
m - I
Inatod Wm. II, Hobertson for tho po
sition of night policeman.
Tho nomination was rejeoted by tho fol
lowing votoi Yeas, t; nays, 11.
Tho Mayor thon nominated John Cain
for tho pasitlon of night policeman, whUh
nomination was rejected by tho following
voto: Yeas, li; nays, 10.
Tlio Mayor then stated that under and
by authority of sic.lun 1! of nrdlnanco
No. 110 entitled "An ordinance In regard
to conferring special police power on tho
Street Supervisor and Watchmen of U. P..
Depots nnd Wharfboals In tho City of
Cairo," ho would nominato Samuel Fisher
for tho position of day policeman. Tho
nomination was confirmed by the follow
ing voto: Ayes 15 ; nays none.
Tho Mayor then nominated James Laws
for tho position of night pollcomon, under
und by tho authority of lection 2 of said
ordinance number 110 as aforesaid. Tbo
nomination was confirmed by the following
vote- Ayrs 15; nays none.
Tho Chair then announced that ho
would mako no further nominations for
policeman at this meeting ot tho Council.
Tho Chair stated that in nccordanco
witli tho resolution passed at this meeting
of tho Council requesting him to nominato
a street carpenter, ho would nominate
Nicholas Dovore for that position to tako
chargo of tlio work upon tho sidewalks of
tho city. Tho nomination was confirmed
by thefolbwlng vote; Ayes 13; nays 'J.
Councilman Wood moved that tho mat
tor of fiuving ull carrion hauled outside tho
city limits bo referred to tho Hoard of
Alderman Scusu moved to reconsider
thu action of the City Council nt its
meeting held on tho 10th Inst, approving
tho bond of Joseph H. Taylor, City Treas
urer. Alderman Winter moved to lay tho
motion of Alderman Scaso upon tho
Councilman Wood moved to amend by
referring tho matter to tho City Attorney
Tho nucst'on being on tho motion to lay
upon tho tablo, it was lost by tho follow
Ayes Carroll, Fitzgerald, Heardcn,
Stratton, "Walder and "Winter 0.
Nays Hurd, Metealf, Schuh, Sense,
Wood and Woodward 0. Tho voto be
ing 11 tie, tho Chair voted in the nega
tive. Mcwi. Cunningham, Hallllday
and Taylor ox cused from voting.
Alderman Winter moved to adjourn.
Carried by the following vote, vis :
Ayes Carroll. Cuniiiiighum, Fitzger
ald, Halllday, Itearden, Stratton, Taylor,
Walder and WIfitr0. '
Nuy Hiitd, Metealf, Schuh, Sense,
Wood and Woodward d.
Pending the motion of Alderman Seasu
to reconsider, the Council adjourned.
(limn Nkwh. Tho Cairo A: Vincennes
ISailroad will bo built In certain contin
gencies but the fact l that Elliott At Hay
thorn nro now receiving their spring stock
of mens', women-', mines', boy and chll
drenv' hoc in wry style and of all va
rieties. Thtfio good will bo sold at the
lowet 'is pr'if'K,
Wo ask all of our old and new patrons
to call and amlno our stock and ascer
tain our pri e', but wo wlih it to Ikj di-
tlurtly understood that wo want tuli rn
tomfr: No other kind need apply. Tho
credit isy-tem lias played out with u, and
to avoid mistakes that crcato III will and
trouble wo have concluded to allow no
good to bo taken out of tho store on trial
unless they aro first paid for.
ELLIOTT At HAYTHOHN.
Ai.ua. William Albi, Commercial
avenue, near the comor of Eighth street,
has tho most completely furnished barber
shop and hair dru'tlug saloon in tho city,
and respectfully Invites public patronage.
He can promise hi customer the most
courteous treatment, and "workmanship
that cannot bo uxculled in Cairo. Ills
razors aro alwaya in order, his towels
always clean, and hi' workmen always
ondy. (iivo him a trial. tf
Oiiiir.its no Maw it. Worthitigton or
der everybody ami their children to
march to hi new Photographic Art nai
lery, and leavo their measure fr onu or
mom doztin of his now imitation porcelain
card photograph, iiiudu only at hU gal
lery. Tho lino of march should commeneu
about 0 o'clock a. 111., and contluuii up till
night. ' mcli2dtf
Tut: election uxcitumeul i ,tlmut over.
Hut Win. Ehior continue tuueili very
best of stock nnd material in tho iii.inu
facturu of boot and ahuus, llnu and co.iriu
und cmnlov nono but llritcl,. work
men In his shop, on -Otll ktrrcl oppoaito j
tlio court iiousc, J ry Mini, you wont
r eg rut it. mltitf
Tut: question Ishasovurybodyund their. ,
menus been to ulcntlno itctcli family
grocery corner 8th and Commercial. If
not, they had bettor r.t'nn rigid there, for
tliero is vvhnro tho Iltseh may bo found
surroundedjiy thu tlnost stock of grocer
ie to bo seen in tho city, und hf nin uli
them too whethur they aie canted or
not. in 1 S,tf,
PlA Mil., Thu Decker llrothei and
A. Stunner piano aro In use. and reenm.
llll'IIUCll UV till) roil mimciuiis. iiir.mw
tho best and cheapest. Thoso dtsiroii tot
purcluue, call on J.C. Car-oii, aent. .No.
Vi Ciimmerclul Avonue. mclndtl
F.v.VfV (looiis. Attontloy I called to
tho stock of fancy goods and china toy
sold at prices 10 suit tho times, also, dollar
urtlcles ut tlio Dollar ijtoro.
Call at E. H. Oswald & Co'a old stand
a Commercial Avenuo. pistf.
OUIl TOUACCO MAUKET.
Owing to various natural cause. tho
tobacco crop of '70 has been slow to como
forward, compared to that of tfio provlous
year; cxtremo high water throughout tho
tobacco growing districts of tho "Wet, has
almost stopped tho transportation irom
plantations to shipping pointJ, sudden
changes in tho atmoiphoro from damp to
cold dry winds, throwing tho tobacco fn
and out of cao as rapidly a the sun roo
and set, have both had a tendnncy to locn
Up to tho present dato tho receipts from
all sources have been 1381 hhds. Through
out tho season prices have ruled a shndo
higher here, than any other western mar
ket, owing partly to our unequalled cheap
facilities for transportation to all point
South and East.
Now that tho sottlod weather of spring,
has fairly set In, nnd our advices from all
part of tho tobacco region, adjacent to our
market, wo can calculate upon a speedy
movoincnt of thu crop In large quantities,
and in view of tho preparations our mar
ket hat assumed, wo aro now inaugurating
now and enlarged facilities to meet tho de
mand. Owing to tho low prico of gold nntl tho
largo estimate of tho crop wo cannotinour
opinion look for much higher price.
5 hhdi, trashy lugs, 3 P5$t 25; C
hhd,hig,$5 lOi W; I hhd., low leaf,
SC 00$'! 55 j 1 hhd, medium leaf, $8 -10;
1 hhd, medium l'iubald, $15 t5. Three re
jection at Si 05, ?! 00, and $I t 'JV
KEEP IT I1EF0HK THE PEOPLE
That Peter Neff, No. 70 Ohio lovce, is
closing out his largo and well-selected
stock of clothing, boots, shoe, hat, caps,
trunks and valise, nl and
It is his purposj to embark more uxtcti
slvuly Irr tho merchant tailoring and fur
nishing goods buslnc's henco tho desire
to close out tho stock above enumerated
HAKiLf. Thero will bo a grand radio
at Ulosncr's saloon, 011 Monday ovening
next to-morrow and a fluo fruo lunch
will bo spread for gentlemen. Separate
rooms will bo provided for ladies holding
tlckotf. Everything will bo conducted
wlih tho utmost propriety, and an onjoy
ablo occasion may be antic! pitted.
Wantkii. 55,000 on flvo year time,
for which a fair rato of lntcret will bo
paid and a mortgage on unincumbered
real estate given for security. Enquire 'it
IJru.KTi.v Otlicc, or address P. O. Drawer
1170, Cairo, Illinois mcli7d&w!in
Sucer.i.. Tho gtvat Nnpnleon' only
criterion was Success, and this ha been
ultulnod by tho Charter Oak .Move.
Over UOO.000 havo boon sold slnco their
introduction, nnd tlio demand vvaxc
stronger uvery day. inchMdA-vvlt
ILLINOIS CENTuXl ItAILHOAD.
Srw Time Titlili-,
On and after 12:30, p. m., Sunday, Dec.
Ith, the following time tabl will gowru
the arrival and doparlure of p-t'tengcr
train at Cairo ;
Mull train loaves'at 10 a.m.
Express " " at :k30 p.m.
St. LouLi and Cairo Express
leaves at 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation leaven at...l2:o0 p.m.
.Mail arrive '.'.05 a.m.
Express arrives ssstisisiissss 12:21 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
arrive) 1:15 p.m.
Tho last named train leaves St. Louis
ut 10:30 a.m. Trader can leavo Cairo at
1:20 a.m., reach St. IjiiI at ":" a.ni., re
main In tho city thrco hour, and return
to Cairo at 1: 15 p.m., tho samo day. j
The -:30 nucommodalluii and Cairo :
and St. Louis oxprm lcavu dally, all oth
ers leavo dally except Sundnys.
"Way passengers ahotild bear ut mind
that thu 3:30 p.m. train makei only four
stoppings between Cairo and Cotitraliu,
via: Joncburo, Carbondale, Du Quoin
and Ashley. Tho l'J:30 p.m. train utops
at nil thu station along tbo route.
tlecatf Agent, CuIm,
W, T. Woiitiii.voto.v is doing a big
bnsiuv In copying and enlarging old
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypo and Photo
graph, making thorn look u bright a
when tlr-t taken. Milfltf
m:u.n(i Ma'IUM. Those wanting
Sewing .Mnehiiii'S .lionhl remuiubcr that
Whi'cUr WINon uro the bust In use.
They are unsurpassed for light running.
They will out-ware any In u'e. Cull and
J.C. CAISSON, Age.U
niTlf. 12$, Com. Avenue.
OniiANH. Sniith's Aiuericuu Organs
glvo porfect atUfaction to till. Call und
.1.0. OA KSON. Agent.
No. 123, Commercial Avenue.
..vr Tin-: ...
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,3110 LllV uOOK DllKllerY
MauHfurlurr lllasik lloobs 11 ml (u nl
Itltitle at HonhUlualaa; aiil aiillBlf
7.' Ohio Jh'Vim',
- - ILLINOIS
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Two Nights 0ny
March 22st twA 22d.
The Original ami War d-nnowDd
.NF.tV fcENHATIOS, ,v
VttVH CLOWS USD MKSV
Thd nr.! Part will apnMr1 n' '
WHITE FACE, WIGS, buESS
HANDS, UKDKECKTIK3, Ac,
Something novor tfore witncted' tyMortal
Vt!' a -
Tho WonriVrinl JlNsjolviiir PsMeflram
ol Urn Kranoo-PrusilAu. w'arr U, afilf.wlth thi
llimmoth Orjanltitlnn: ' ,' . '
JOB GAYTORD, S3a. Aent.
LOW (HYl.or.Ii, bole I'rop'r. 'a r sfss--tt
I now abundantly aUppiic.isiUi,
Tiwhkh ilio particularly Invltea Attention.
Hhe usl rocalred a full Ho ol
Ureas Trimming, Silk .GIbn, silk
(Jalomi, (Julpnre Uos?xj Mom
Trlinmlugj, Silk anfl
Crocket Iliittoo, I'lstak
nml Trlminlng Velvet, bilk (Jimp.
l'ltiu Kid (ilonei,
Ladies and Ciiildfens' Shoes
And n mil andeohiplote alolk'of
All of ithlfli f al'riloaM toaell at
1Uo Very r.ou'cal C'luli'rlt
' 1 i'f '
("hrtnTUrs tlir Vlifs U, vail aSX i'vr n
onnOa n cm th l"!'i
nir liidaiennfm-d to, nilnUIn hrrctalintotno
uani.- of I. iTing "1 he Cheap store."
ii:vtfx M.ICIIIXF.W. 1
THE 1I1YI8 VEUTICAL FEED
ol.w mu iiiHunini.,
The Complcle.st, Simplestv ftuJ ll e
HimtIus- Machine In Use.
The if man t for the IUVI3 SEWIN'O MACH;
I.VK 111 Ida Atbauc sutw, hero Uiey ra Uel
kimwu, uiiJ where thoy .uprlvat all others, I
Broalr than ran Ui aiipptl. ,
It never full in aay linidcfwork. U UaiinpK
eoniisilnof a rw,su-nsprui and it frtlcl.
fts cnaidii ll lo ran scr in.m and W turn cor
nertwlthoutclwnjteof allich ortnton.
Clothing aoi Gror nijntifMiurjr prefer It to
all oihrr-, aiidllitt 11 1 Ju.l tho thlBXor fmllf
f vtmg orvryboily (l I acknowledge anrrexam-
'"!?.ir lln,l..r. hnm aaroral use anddltterrnt
alylea of flniih, and rcpeclfnlly Inrilo all who
wmii it" 1 , 1
M M MiCHINE
Mnnufiw' r' l t5Rivo ihcirta calf Ufire piircha.
Call and (Set a CircftUr.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
TOBACCO and CIGHRS.
CJIEA31 AND STOCK ALE
(Suervaanr to Pohle A UtockSftli)
r aa i.aY
llo keeps on haalmastaatlyi.aWt."1 of
OldKonluoky UonrlMn. Kre.awl Xoa
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