THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1871.
TRAVBI l'll'S GUIDE.
Tf METAIILK Of THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. II.
On n.l nflrr Hund , May Will 1871, the follow
ing nine-table will gutern tlio arrlvnl and lcp.irt-
uieof paMinge r lialna at Cairo t
9,irf-Mall I, ln, dally 14 p.m.
Kiprcae, dally . tftp.m,
4mtt Mult, dally ......... 3:30 a. n.
Exprcsa, dally, except Sunday a-.3up.tn.
Nichtngcfcari from Cairo to Bt, I.oul.
,'i.riiff ufcir. from Civlru to Chicago. Kief"'
ning Ita'n sleeping curt on sighl irin.
i ige cheeked In kit Important tlf.
MOUND CITY AND CAIKO
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Capt. William II. Sanduskt.
OAIEO 3 3D. CITY
ioot or rioMni attitT.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 r.M.
At 5 p.m.
At 8.30 A.M.
Al 11.30 A.M.
At 2.30 r.M.
At C.30 r.M.
WILL LAND. WHEN' HAILED,
BOX FACTORY, HA WJCb LANDING, XT.
mouth or cache, marine WATS,
AND NAVT YARD.
FOR THE SOUTH.
Memphis. Vickshurg and New Orleans.
The fine (learner
J.8. Neal, Matter. E. Neal,......CIerk
Leave CtlroSiturdar, 28th Inst., atr, o'clock p,
r or freight or passage, nppivnn Dnaru one
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
Weekly racket for Paducah, Eransrllle and Lou
l&Tllie, wie jarorite iieomrr,
T. O. ItYMAV, SlnMer.
f.eares Cairo every SATU DKAY at 6 o'clock p:m.
t or ireigui or passage "PI" n ooara ur to
JAN. DIGGI, Aft,
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
T.'ie splendid ateamer
J" A.S. FISK,
Joe Fowlrr, Slaalrr.
i ,f imr.V, (jiaiiya excepted) at 4
Vie tr I flit or pnin npnlj onboardor
JAB. IIIGGW. At'l.
CAIHO AND EVANSVILLEJ
V. N.MAII. I'Al'KI.T.
'I t.t fa-i-rtinnluK, light dintifht fteainer
l.(vo. Ciro nVI'.BY SUNDAY and Tlll'ltSDAT
(in pl.u eiif .trainer IdlcwiMi, at a p.m.
.IAS. ISIUUN, Ak'I.
I'ADrCAIl AND EVANSNILLK,
i In plaecof the Ark.llflle),
TIIK M'l.CSIilD l.lOlIT IIIIAt'OHT TKAMKK
I.r.r. JlOVt BI.I., Makler.
Will Kate Cairo for Evanville eie;y VTEDNES
U and H.Vl'UHDAY at (J o'clock, p.m. Kor
reisni or paaage apply im boird or to
J AS. IIIGGN, AK't
POP. SALE.)KorieFOH BALK.
Fare from LivmtrooL,
Fare from Londcndkkry
raro from Glasgow,
Fare from Qukknsto
Sarlord, Morrii A Cn ,
Liwrpool Ni w.Yotk uhd Thlladilphia
Hum round with i-MiaD arirra'atib aairua
r,oi r ah Mi.vM
Kor Carrjing tiu MallM.
FOR PASSaTTe TICKETS
ok n tTiita iMoaHtTioN
APPLY TO JOHN (. DALE, Aot.
11 Broadway, New. York, orto
II. II u II p t ,
Washington Atenue, Cairo. noli, 51
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
REilDENUK No. 21 Tbirteenih atrett, b.
Iwreo Haahingion arenueaaii Walnut alrett.
U.'tii-e-UiOominerclMl aTeniie. up etalr.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
VaKSIDKNCII-eomerNlnlh and W.Imi.i
utlice hourt-froni G a.m. to 12 m., and (1 p.m
Aui'hX, MULKEY & WHEELER
COUNSELOltS AT LAW.
t William J.Allen, ) '
'mui&lrj CA,R0' 1LUN018-
arptnicuUr ittentton paid lo rim and ad.
wiiraltv ttiiRineN. 1 rurr ana aa.
OFKICK-Orer FlrttyallonamanV, ntllA , (f
GREEN & GILRKUT '
COUNSELORSJ AT JLAW,
William II. een, )
SHT8 pee I ai, attention glrcn lo Admiralty and
orricr cino lkvkk, uooMH 7 and 8 otii
CITY NATIONAL 1IANK.
Tlit. undersigned, prcpnetnra ol the Him and
Wisixt Hviuria, liare Juki received an attort
inentot the latest alylca of Job Printing ticea,
and ham now one of the moat complete jobcRioes
la the South and West. They flutter thtniselrea
mat inef poaacaa jaciimee tor lurumn oui
prompUr. w the beat style of tin Art, all work
ntruated to them, from Hie smallest card or
The llllnol. Central Had ''JJ.Lj Ri ?n p"r
otlorfnr aleiiiolollowlngdcscrlld l',n.rl"
Addition to the City of "
Lot 27 block 20. 'fll.?kK:
' " ai i,
" as " si.
s.lll . -
7;pV..mm. rcl.l Hotel will lo rental on furor.
t am. I AArD mntlloua dwelling house
filiated on Eighth between Wlnul end With-
ington (oppoa.tellie rtfioviiniu v-uurtii; n iur
L'n. jti . ahfifv to
THOMAS. iftEEN 1c A I. DEN.
octVM Ohio I.eTee, Cairo. III.
ill nlir inn muat lie nald before November 1st,
on which date the lll of dellnnuentuxea will be
....I. II. ....I ...I aa.Iu nl.... IMll.ani. Will tAWe
notice andgotern themeelrea accordingly-.
City Treasurer and Co'lector.
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO.,
A.aet ,VV-0 00
Soliciti all klndsot rlaks.
oct27tf Agent, Cairo, Illinois.
Pnbllahrd every noralai, Monday
Judgo Baker ha been prevented from
returning to Metropolis by the Hlncss of
The ladles of Missii'ippi county, Mis
souri, ride spurrod and armed. The Smith
& Wcaion is their favorito pistol
Harnian Able, at the head of a hunt
ing partv, loft tho city yesterday morning
with his trusty gun on hi. shoulder.
M. L. Norman, cashier for Mr. C. Jt.
Woodward, received by telegraph tho sad
intelligence of tho severe illness of hit
father and left for his home at Lockport,
Now York, yesterday afternoon.
The beaming features of tho always-
welcomo-to-Cair Jowctt Wilcox were
scon on our streets Sunday and yesterday.
Ho can't, try as much as ho will, stay away
from this villAgo, and nobody wants him
to. He is a public spirited gentleman
n valuablo member of any community.
Among those who tore themselves
away from Cairo yesterday wus Mr. Ed
ward Willott. lie knocked down nn im
pertinent man who askod him if ho in
tended to make Paducah his futuro resi
lience. Tho insult wn flagrant nml tho
Tho arrival 11- the St. Charles yester-
iiy were: turar Jiunawcr, Piow uncans;
II. U. Right, U. & St. L. R. It.; W. C.
Campton, .St. Louis; Frod N. Nixon, St.
Louis; ('. S. Alford, St. Louis; Win.
Simons, Cincinnati, Ohio; John J. liarton,
Philadelphia; Mrs. Kcayn, Mis N. Gil-
lett ami ('. 1). Jackson' III. ; .Tcwett Wil
cox, St. Louis; A. J. Cole, Palmy ro ; John
Hook, Columbia, Pennsylvania; K. M.
Harmon, Memphis; Stephen Hudson,
Camden, Ark.; E. !. (inodlmin, Phil,;
A. Schurz, St. Louis; J. (',. Slmlo, St.
Louis; Joha Lynch ami wife, Now Or
leans ; Signor A. Furiui, "italicn Opra,"
New-York; Daniel Oolinrn, New-York;
M. II. Fulton, City; F. A. Vnlletto St.
Loui: John Pickard, Jr. Cincinnati, 0.
At a meeting of tho Arab fire com- j
puny, held lately, tho following proamble
atpl resolutions were adopted :
Wiikreab, An all-wiso Providence has
called from our midst Brother Henry Har
JttsolviJ, That, in tho death of Brother
HarrU, our company bus lost a worthy
member one who was always ready when
danger called his family a kind and in
dulgent husband and father, and our city
a good citizen.
Itnohtd, That wo deeply sympathise
with tho family of the deceased in their
lltsolced, That the engine house hall be
draped in mourning for thirty days, and
tho members of thU company woar the
usual badgu of mourning for tho same
Jlrsolreil, That those resolution bo pub
lithed in the dally papers of the city and a
copy of tint satno he sent to tho family of
our deceaeed brother.
The following are tho urrivals at tho
Dolmonico hotol, Wm. Winter proprie
tor, nlncu last reported : W. A.Getz, Ky.;
W. J. YoM, Metropolis, III. j (. Clark,
St. Louis, Mo.; O. Irving, Milhvaukee,
Vili.i J. Kavanangh, Carbondale. 111.:
St Ledger, DuQuoin, III.; C.S. Goshan,
hilHilelphia, Pa.; W. II. Poll, Paducah,
Ky.j J. A. Broloski, St. Louis, Miv; C.
Gratehoui-e, Union Town, Ky.; O. M.
Reader, Sir. City of Quiucy; J. Owen,
Fulton, Ky.; M. Carign, Fulton Ky.; J.
C. Arick, City; J. W. Murry, Uiclcmau,
; . M. Smith, Skcptwith Landing,
Miss,; S. M. Grable, Logannport Ind. ;
G. W. Owln, Logansport, Ind.; A. If,
Greer, Hazelwood, III.; Isaaa Farmer,
Delphi, Ind.; D. Broadhurst, Memphis,
Tonn.; H. Philips, Nlagra, Canada; G.
Odie, UHin, III.; B. 8. Hoag, Ullin,Ill.-r
Jj. U. Burgcsc, Georgia ; J.
Robertson, St. Louis, Missouri;
L. Morgan, Centralis ; Jack Hodges,. ila-
iiewood; A Phillips and A. Ledormwn
bt Louis; W. II. Morris, city; N. L. W.
IWlllDB, Uallurd countv: Oeorr.a llimll
Cincinnati; Louis Hoffman and two sni,
Cincinnati ; Wm. Wilson, Memphis;
s.eorKBW.Juekson and family, CLarles
ton,Mo;n AV. Rheutan, City; G. A.
Do Bann ;uilln, 111.; Franks. Buck,
Chicago, III., J. MoorC( HM(W
Ky ; K. S. Hcrr, Ballard county, Ky .
Wanted to ExciiANtiu-Fr imnrov..,!
, , n-
Cairo property, ICO acres of good Um
within ono mile and a half of liu v.n'
Kentucky, with god brick house and all
necessary out buildings. The place also
has on it one thousand fruit trees, For
lurther information apply to
WHAT IS HUMORED.
It Is rumorod that Rov. Mr. Footohas
accepted n call from St. Louis, and would
rather havo been cnllcd from Springtlold in
It Is rumorod that lbbort Miller 1ms
lost all liopo of being elected county trous
urer and nssessor, and that he don't care a
It is rumored that Sol. Silver U not
tho handsomest steamboat agent in Caito,
Bnd that tho contest far tho belt is now be
tween Biggs and Mallory.
It is rumored that Henry Ward
Bcechcr is to bo among tho locturers who
will havo the privilege of charming Cairo
audiences the coming winter.
It is rumorod that a merchant in
Paducah old ten dollars worth of goods
one day last week, and was so astonished
by this revival in trade that ho became In
sane. It is rumored that tho escaped jail
birds, after whom Sheriff Irvln is gaiiog to
anxiously, swam the Ohio on tho night of
their escape, each shoving a plank before
him on which was piled his clothes.
It is rmored that the Duko Alexis,
when he passes threugh Cairo, will treat
himself to a box of Meyers' cigars, which
are, llko tho praises of The Bulletin Job
printing efilce, In every body's mouth .
It is rumored tho minister who will
step Into tho shoes made vacant by
Itov..Mr. Friend is a rolativo of Judge
Mulkov and is named Mulkoy. Let his
motto be: Servo Ged, nnd cultivate Hay,
It is rumorod that tbo proprietors of
tho rolling mills at Paducah propose to
remove their mills to Cairo, having be-
como tired of the lonesomcncsi of that
place and the boautlful lack of energy
which distinguishes its citizens.
It Is rumorod that wo oro lo have an
opportunity to enjoy a series of Drst-class
theatrical entertainments this winter,
Who but Uartman is tho mover in thi
matter, and who among our citizens is
willing to givo him a helping hand ? En.
erterprising gonticmon liko Hartman aro
compelled when they wish to inaugural
anything that will benefit tho city, "to
tako it up and go it alone." Nobody
It is rumored that everything is love-
ly and tho goose hangs high.
William, got drunk and was arrested.
Fined two dollars and costs, but having
no money was sent to the calaboose for six
John Smith, also colored, got on a
"little old high daddy," and acted in a
manner unbecoming ono of tho Smith fam
ily, for which his wife, Mrs. Jane Smith,
had him arrested. He was fined five and
costs. Bolng"a wealthy gentleman, ho
paid like a man.
John Jackson, n colored gentleman,
was "jerked " on a charge of vagrancy.
John's wag ono of tho worst cases of
vagrancy that lias been before tho court
for a long time. Ho was fined $50 nnd
tho costs, tind ordered to tho city jail for
flfty-ilvo dnvs. But on a promise to leave
tho city, ii may of execution wns granted
and John "slid out."
William Fry, a- mean a darkey as
ever trod shoe leather was arrested by
Sheehnn and Billingsly for
being drunk and disorderly. Fry objected
to accompanying the officers, and de
meaned himself in such a manner as to
compel them to apply the nippers, which
brought him to time beautifully. Ho was
lined ten and tho trimmings and sent to
the calaboose for sixteen days.
John Bear, tho boy who entered
Charlie Hardy's room on Friday last and
toln therefrom articles to the amount of
about $125, was before Judgo Bross yes tor-
day for a hoarlng. Aftor listening to tbo
jvidcnce, tho Judge held him in tho sum of
$500 to appear at tho next term of the cir
cuit court for trial. Failing to give the
required bail, ho was sent to the county
sweat-box" to await tho next term of tho
Constablo Arnold yostjrduy arrested
an Italian by the name of Muscadine, for
passing counterfeit monoy. Muscadine
was taken beforo United States rommis-
uionor Candee, for a preliminary oxaml
tnatton. After hearing tho ovidenco com
missioner Cnndeo held him for trial al the
next term of tho United Stntes district
court, fixing his bail ut $300, He was
committed to await the sitting of the
Aoknoy kor Howe's Skwimi Machine
f okSai.k. To parties wishing to enter into
;a good paying business, with a small capi
tal, I will sail tho agency of the Howo
Hewing mnchlne. It is a standard ma.
chine, and all tho Machines I have sold
ijivo cntiro satisfaction. Tho reason for
Dialling is, my other business will not allow
me to givo it all the attention it needs
Porsons wishing to purchaso will apply to
the Howo machine sales room or at my
auction room, IBs Commercial avenue.
o-U3-lw I). Hartman.
I he Hami-le Room. Mr. r. Fitzger
ald's samplo room, at tho corner of Four
teenth street and Commercial avenue, is
supplied with as tine a stock of wines
Scotch and Irish whiskies, cigars, etc., as
was ever oBeroU for sale in this city. Mr,
F. is doing a wholesale business, and be
ing thoroughly acquainted with the busi
ness in which he has embarked, foels con
fident cf his ability to soil his goods as
cheap, if not cheaper, than any other es
tablishment In the city. Uc i
sharo of the public patronage.
The best stock or geauino French calf
iu tho city may be found at Win. Elders'
shop on Twentieth street, opposite tho
Court II on so hotel. If you want a good
neat-fitting pair of boots, shoes, slippers
made on short notice, and tcarranitd, call
For good photographs, porcelain pic
lures, or old pictures to be copied, call on
'Ibomas, No. 124 Commercial avcuuo. II
s a good workman, Givo him a trial.
Look out for Lehnlng and Kohlcr in
Tanner, tho gtoccr, bought tho lime
buildings sold by Col, Winston on Satur
Work on this end of tho Cairo ntidSf.
lx)nis road will be commenced cither to
day or to-morrow. The engineer;, who
wero expected to arrive in tho city yester
day have been delayed by bad roads.
Mr. Hav, who was Mr. Friend's
friend, contemplates removal from tho
city. With both these gentlemen absent
from our midst how can wo retain in our
community tho savor of Christian love
and brotherhaod ?
A negro boy, while attempting to
pass from Phillips' to Halliday's wharf
boat en Sunday last was drowned. Yes
terday a cannon wss discharged over the
water whore the boy sank, but did not
bring the body to tho surface.
Tho Delta Social Club havo arranged
for monthly social parties during the com
ing winter, the first to bo given on the
second Tuesday in November. The club
has also under consideration tho proposi
tion to build a club bouie containing a
large public hall, and a committee has
been appointed to look after a suitable lo
cation for the proposed building.
Signor Farini, a talented baritone
and pianist is now in tho city and proposes
to givo a concert at the Athcncum, Fri
day night, next, on which occasion ho
will perform several fantasies of his own
composition. As a pianist, ho is said to
pesscss marvellous executive ability. "He
reflects credit," says an exchange, "on
Listz whose pupil he is."
Tho swift.runnlng steamer Andy
Johnson, will leave Cairo this evening, on
the arrival of tho train, for New Orleans
and all intermediate ports. The stcamej
is onu of tho most popular boats on tho
river, runs llko a frightoncd deer and has
courteous and accommodating officers1
For freipht or passago apply on board, or
to James Mallory, agent.
Thalia is out of dobt for tho first time
since hor existence, and her treasurer, Mr,
F. M. is awful proud about it. Tins little
society owns its success mainly to the
faithful support of tho Gcr.nans here nnd
in Mound City, and the society is com
posed of some of tho most talented Gor
nuns in Cairo, whoso aim is to furnish a
cheap and innocont pastime for all visitors,
and to cultivate tho minds and bodies of
the performers. Miss S. whose first appear
ance was last night, in tho farce "English,"
proved to be a lady of remarkable taste
and fine culture. Success lo Thalia. Tbero
will bo a meeting of the society to-night
at which it is hoped every member may
makeit convenient to attend.
We aro to loso Mr. Friend of tho
Christian church. Starved by an unap
prcciativc congregation, ho must go hence
for bread ; reviled by those who should
love him for tho chastisements he has giv
en them, he must seek peaco away from
thee scenes of his triumphs and tribula
tions. Friend after Friend depart! ; who
has not lost a friend? Thero is no union
hero of hearts that finds not hero an end.
On Sunday night, last, tho departing gen
tleman prcachod his farewell sermon, and
drew tenrs from the eyes of all the female
members of his flock, n number of them
weeping audibly. He told of his trials
and tribulations, spoke of his inability to
pay his boarding, and did notforgivo Hay.
Tho friends of Hay enjoyed the scene
hugoly, and one lady of that clique sang
" Good-bye, John,'' while the solemn hymn
of parting was being sadly chanted by
Those French Cherries, in syrup, so
popular with connolseur are sold by Jer
Go to Jorgensen's for imported Dun
dee orange marmalade, the celebrated
London crystal vinegar, in quarts, and
hoico Genoese figs. tf
Where are you going? Te the place
umlicr 63, Ohio levee, whore they keep
the best fresh oysters, fish and game, nnd
the finest wines, liquors nnd cigars to bo
found in the city. Open at all hours, day
or night. J. E. Parks.
Whatever may be said about fine
beef, and however thick praise of the beef
of other butchers may be spread, the fact
remains that Nick Witliams will not ad
mit that any other butcher in the city
keeps for tale as fine beef as that which
he sells at his popular meet market at the
corner of Poplar and Twentieth streets.
live him a call. tf
labor Brothers, having obtained for
their watch department come of the very
best workmen to bo found, aro now pre
pared to turn out work in that line with
ut little delay. Those having fine and
difficult work requiring tho most skillful
workmen mny now be assured of obtaining
atisfaction. The finest patterns of jew
elry, as usual, aro made to order at prices
that defy competition. oct20tf.
Tho Chicago Beer Saloon, Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 2C and 28 Eighth
stteet, is a favorito place of resort with all
lovers of Weiss' Beer, Liquors of erory
description, and all kinds of foreign and
homo Wines. No ordinary liquors aro
dispensed at tho bar of the saloon only
tho very host, and guests find in attend
ance polite and .accomodating waiters. A
free lunch is spread ovory day at 10
o'clock a.m. auaUtf.
Peter Saup has opened a brannew oys
ter saloon, 102 Commercial avenue, where
he will keep on nana constantly fresh
oysters, the largest and most dollclous In
tho city,whlch ho will sou the by case, can
or dozen, Tho saloon has been fitted up
with the express view of supplying
gonticmon and ladies with a place whore-
thoy may enjoy a meal of theso toothsomo
bivalves quietly, without bolng disturbed
by tho bustle and noises incidental to tho
commonplaco restaurant oyster room,
Wanted At the-Dlmonlco Hotel on
I hundred weakly boarders. Vive mea'
(Ailjoiiriieii;perliil meeting oftho8eloct(Jouncll.(
Cornell. C.'UMnrn, Cairo, Hul
October 28, 1K7I, '2 p.m.
The council mot pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present His Honor, Mayor Lamdcn,
and Coiincllmou Hind, Taylor and Wood
HKCOSIi IlKAIIINO OP TIIK 1IKV1HK1) ORDINANCES.
The clerk proceeded with tho second
rending, in this board, of ordlnanco No. 1
of the newly revised ordinances, entitled
In rcforetico to tho proceedings of tho
city council, and of the two branches there
of." On motion of Councilman Html,
aid ordinanco was adopted, the voto bo
lng : Ayes Hurd, Taylor and Wood 3.
ORDINANCE NO. 2.
Tho clerk then rend, at length, ordl
nanco No. 2, entltlod "Of city officers."
Councilman Wood moved to adopt. Car-
ried as follows :
Ayes Hurd, Taylor and Wood !1.
ORDINANCE NO. 3.
Ordinanco No. 3, entitled "Compensa
tion of city officers," was then read at
length, nnd, on motion of Councilinnn
Hurd, adopted, tho ayes being Hurd, Tay
lor and Wood 3. Nay 0.
ORDINANCE NO. -I.
Ordinance No. 4, entitled, "In reference
to police regulations," was next read at
length, and, on motion of Councilman Tny
lor, adopted, the voto being : Ayo Hurd,
Tnylor and Wood 3. Nay 0.
ORDINANCE NO. 5.
Ordinanco No. 5, entitled "Of nuisances,"
was then read at length, and, on motion of
Councilman Hurd, ndoptcd, Councilman
Hurd, Tnylor and Wood voting nvc,
ORDINANCE NO. C.
Ordinance No. C, entitled " Of the pre
scrvaticn of public health," was read nt
length, nnd, on motion of Councilman Tay
lor, adopted as follows: Ave Hurd
Taylor and Wood 3. Nay 0.
ORDINANCE NO. 7.
Tho clerk next read nt length ordinanco
No. 7, entitled "Of licenses." Council
man Wood moved to adopt. Carried aa
follows: Ayes Hurd, Taylor and Wood
3. Nay 0. "And tho ordinance was de
clared to be adopted.
On motion of Councilman Hurd, tbo
council then adjourned to meet this even
ing nt 7 o'clock.
M. J. Howlet, City Clork.
Adjournod Special meeting of the Select Council.
CecacitCaAaaca, Caiao, Iil. I
October 2S, 1171.
Prcsont His honor, the mayor, nnd
Councilmcn Schuh, Taylor and Wood J.
SECOND READING OF REVISED ORDINANCES
ORDINANCE NO. 8.
Tho clerk read at length ordinanco No.
8 of tho rovisod ordinances, entitled "in
relation to the jail nnd jailer." Council
man Wood moved to adopt. Carried by
tho following votes ; ayes Schuh, Taylor
and Wood 3; nay 0.
And the ordinanco was declared to be
Councilman Woodwnrd appeared in his
ORDINANCE NO. 9.
Ordinance No. 0, was entitled. " Rules
for Proccoduro for Recovery of Fines and
Penalties, " and, on motion of Councilman
Woodadopted, Councilman Schuh, Taylor,
Wood and Woodward votinc in the
fijrmative in tho negative, none.
ORDINANCE MO. 10.
Ordinanco No. 10, entitled. "Of Elec
tions, " was read at length and on motion
of Councilman Wood adopted by tho fol
io wine vote: Ayes Schuh. Tavlor. Wood
nd Woodward I. Nay 0.
ORDINANCE NO. 11.
The clerk thessTrndat length Ordinance
No. Unentitled "Of fires, fire departments
and fire limits." Councilman Wood moved
to adopt, carried as follows : Xyes Schuh,
Taylor, "Wood and Woodward 1
ORDINANCE NO. 12,
Tho clerk then read at length Ordb
nance JNo. 12 entitled. "Of rovenue.
Councilman Taylor moved to adopt.
Carried by tho following vote: Ayes
Schuh, Tnylor, Wood and Woodward 4.
ORDINANCE NO. 13.
Ordinance No. 13, entitled "Of streets
and tbo street supervisors," was next
read at length, and on motion of Council
man Wood, adoptod; Councilman Schuh,
Taylor, Wood nnd Woodward voting ayo
ORDINANCE NO. 14.
Tho clerk next road at length ordinance
iso. 14, entitled "In relation to atreot
grading, sidewalks and crosswalks or other
improvements." Councilman Wood
moved to adopt. Carried by the follow
ing voto; ayos Schuh, Taylor, Wood
and Woodward 1, nay 0.
ORDINANCE no. 15.
Ordinanco No. 15, entitled "Of tho
market and wcigb-mastcr" was next
read at length and on motion of Council
man Taylor adoptod by tho following vote;
ayes Schuh, Taylor, Wood and Wood
ward 4, nayo none.
ORDINANCE NO. 10.
Tho clerk next read at length ordinance
No. 10, eatitled " Of the city seal." Coun
oilman Taylor moved to adopt. Carriod
as follows; ayes Taylor, Schuh, Wood
and Woodward 4, nay none.
ORDINANCE NO. 17.
Ordinance No. 17, entitled "Of grades'
was next read at length, and on motion of
councilman Wood adoptod ; thoso voting
in tho affirmativo wero Schuh, Taylor,
Weod and Woodward 4, nay none.
ORDINANCE NO. 18.
Ordinanco No. 18, entitled Saving
clause," was then read at longth, and, on
motion of Councilman Taylor, adopted
Councilman Schub, Taylor, Wood and
Woodward voting aye. Nay 0.
At the conclusion of tho reading of or
dinance No. 18, which completed tho sec
ond reading of the revised ordinances in
the select council, the council, on motion
of Councilman Wood, adjourned.
M. J. IIowlky, City Clerk.
Tho family Crocorv sloro of Blxbv &
Koohlor is bolng patronized largely by pec-
iiu "in) nuo.iino grocorles. The r ooallon
on the north sldo of Klirhih .irooi. I,n-
tween Commoiclnl and Washlnulon av-
onucF, is n central ono, nhu their dork has
been selected wllh discrimination, thore-
loro this now candidate for public pntron-
ngu inceii exactly llio wants ol tlio poo-
ile. Messrs. Koohlor & Bixby proposo to
keep up their reputation by always selling
tho best of all sorts of groceries to their
patrons nnd tho public, knowing that peo
ple generally nro nwnro of tho fact that
really good articles of any kind nro al
ways tho chenpost In tho end. if
Reliaiile and Safe. Dr. Henry Root
and Plant Pills nro mild and pleasant in
their operation, yet throrotigh, producing
no nausea or griping. Being entirely.
vegetable, they can bo taken without re
gard to diet or business. They arouso tho
liver and sccrctivo organs into healthy
action, throwing off discaso without ex
hausting or debilitating tho aystetn. Try
them and vou will bo sntlsflod. Prlco 25
cents a box. Sold by druggists and deal
ers in mediclno everywhere. Prepared by
the Grafton Medicine company, St. Louis,
I), Lamport has removed his shop
from Ohio Levee to Eigth, between Com
mercial and Lovee, and ho now invites
his friends to ono of tho bct fitted shops
in tho city. Everything is kept in the
neatest and best manner possible ; snow
white towel", bright, keen razors, pure
water, fragrant fonns. clear oils and line
perfumers. Smooth shaves, thorough
shampoos, fashionable, hair-cutting, hair-
curling or dresing for gentlemen, ladies
or children, nnd polite attention Is nlwnys
in readiness for those who favor him with
their patronage. octOdlm.
Strayed $15 reward. A black,
heavy-set mare mule, alxiut It hands
high, 8 years old, Yellow nose, shod all
around, tnil nnd main very bushy. When !
last seen hnd a halter on. Strayed from
Cairo on or about October Ith, 1871.
will pay the above to any person or per
sons who will return or give any informa
tion of her whereabouts.
John W. Munriir,
Octl02wd. Twelfth street, Calm, Ills.
Strayed $5 reward. Strayed away
about two months ago, from the Academy
of Loretto, one red cow, about 0 years old,
end of tail white, and white under her
belly. I will pay tho above reward for her
return to tho academy. When she left
Cairo she wns on the point of calving.
Brick Store tor Rent. The brick
store, Jo. i8, Ohio Levee, now occupied
V. M. Stoekflet i. Ksn.. s offered for
rent, and w I be vacant on the 18th int.
a1..4 tv It 1,,
iiak.II auk uuidk. inicrciung worn
.,u,m.-.u.. i-.,Bli.,.i., ... ,."-- ......v
r . a 11 ! Ii.ii.) 11
ou cenis. .suitress nr. nuns uipennry
v ivii. r:..v..t. ,,., c. r ..t.
.,ut vii it iii.ii ,jh.-;,, ..vuie.
Mo. See Advertisement. tf
Just Received. W. W. Thornton
Tsntli ctpititt lia-it u'Ann (im n airrtifi 1 iis'nnnn
... . ....... v...vv w w.. .........
and Poplar street, has just received and in
toro 1.000 donr anil 1.000 windows nml
Economy. By u-ing Mr... Whitcomb's
oyrup lor emmren mnnv a uocior s bill
can bo saved and much suffering averted.
Rend the advertisements in another col-
For Sale. A Grovcr k Baker sowing
machine, in pcrfest order nnd but little
ued. Anv one wishing to purchaso may
i A I. ! I... 1l..l .( 11,1
uiuav u guuu uuiuiii u,'fi,.i,...'. ...
Oysters. Louis Herbert has alwas on
hand a frosh supply of Saddle Rock oys-
Clnms (nuahauKs) at
Steamer Andy Johnson, New Orlean.
" "uliy 01 iiiiui.y.
" Hello of Pike, Memphis.
" A. Baker, Capo Girardeau.
" W. J. Lewis,' St. Louis.
" J. N. Kellogg, New Orleans.
" II. M. Shrove, Vieksburg.
" Alice, St. Louis.
" P. W. Strader, Vickburg.
11 Colorado, Vieksburg.
" Mountaineer, Mcmphi'.
" Umpire, Evnnsville.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr.
John Lumsden, Evnnsville.
Steamer City of Qulncy, St. Loui.
" Eddyville, r.vansville.
" Belli) of Piko, St. Louis,
" W. J. Lewis, Momphis,
" J. N. Kellogg, Mississippi river.
" Alico, MempMs.
" P. W. Strader, St. Louis.
" Colorado, St. Louis.
" Mountaineer, St. Louis.
" Indiana, Now Orleans.
" Sallie, Ark. River.
" Illinois, Columbus,
" Jas. Fisk, Paducah.
" J.J. Abort, Lower Mississippi,
During tho past 48 hpurs tho Ohio has
fallen DUl inencs ai mis pon, ii laeaa
about 8 inches of boing as low as it has
been this season. Tho Mississippi is on
a stand at St. Louis. The rivor is falling
again at Evansvillo with 30 Inches in the
sheulest place. At Loulsvlllo anu Cin
cinnati the river is falling slowly. A little
swell is renortod at .Pittsburg. Should
p,.v.. I . ...... ,
.1 ..i... i,n Hiuiueniv com mo nvura
iiiu wca.uv, .. -
would frcezo up with but little difficulty
on account of thoir bolng so very low.
Business during tho past two days was
very good. Tho weather yesterday wns
cloudy with good Indications of rain.
Tho City of Quincy, from Now Orleans,
discharged considerable amount of froight
for the railroad and had a fair load for St.
Tho Eddyville had a vory slim trip to
Tho Hollo of Piko brought up 45 balos of
LOUIS ,J ORO ENS EN,
I leu! it hi nil UIihIk nt
STAPLE AND FANCY
l'armrr'n Ym-tl nml .-UnMliiK
Cor. Wdsliingtmi-av and Twentieth-!.,
CAIRO CITY COAL
Ik prepared lo .ilptily M.lbiuer wllh tl,. tei
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ItDKUS left at llaltldny llro. office, 70 OHIO
l-.l-., or ai in uoai iaru oeiow ine ni.
innriea noiei, win receive prompt aiienuon.
THE THO "MO.NTAUK 'will bring coal alone
Ide ateamera at any hour. ortitf
SV. II. MORRIS,
U. II. CANDEht
Pub. and V. H. CctD.
HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
I jitna. iiartford,
Aaeta 15,MV r
north America. ta
11 ART FORD. CONN.
I t.int-iir tt i ifTt'nmi
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INTERNATIONAL. N. Y..
i -- 1 191 17
I PIJTJfAM. HARTFORD.
I ai-m .tK'i? w
I . t . if nrt ulila
xtu .'. 6lVfl i
. , American centra mo,
. , Connecticut mutual ""j. w
I hiivkivu'h iiARTrnnn. lire AND
1 ..-j; .
railway rAssENQER' assurance
I INOKI'ENUET. BUBTUri.
S AFFORD, MORRIS k CANDEE,
71 Ohio I.ever,
City .National Rank. CAIRO. 1LU .
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAQAXA, N. T.,
Aa.et .tl.tSC.2ie 28
OERMANIA, N. T.,
AMrta ..l,OC8,72I 7S
HANOVER, N. T.,
Aa.eti . T2C.8C2 00
REPUBLIC, N. T.,
Ase ' -7H.9IS 00
Coinpriaing tho Underwriters' Agency.
YONKERS, N. Y.,
Asset- "MM 3
Asset M.3 13
FIREMEN'S FUND, 8. Y.,
Aa.et - S7I.000 0O
SECURITY-, N. Y. MARINE, .
Asuts.- 1.W' W
BTuTthTirahngs, Furniture, ifijlla and CaT".
goes, insured at rated aa fayorable a aoand,
permanent aeciirity will warrant.
I reepcetlully ask ot the cltiteos of Cairo, a
ahareol their p.tron... ft nvouf.
Offlee-at Kirat National
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Dtcorallve Paperlianajlnar, Kalsaatlas
Pone la the hlglieat ityle ol the art, and a
raten inniuciy vuuipeiiiiun.
shop in perry house, corner of 8tu
I ...uu iunrilUI!RI!UT.lVInr.
i ,,.... -
CARL L. THOMAS,
la prepared to do all kinds of plain and orna
KALSOMINING, PAPER HANGING
6I0K WRITINQ, ETC.,
At figures which defy all eompetlon, and in the
highest style cf the painter's art.
SHOP IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
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