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TtMLTAHLICor THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R-
Od and nr Kunday, Ma- 14th, Ittl, the follow
hK iime-iable will flown the arrival nJ d''"
lira of pain-er Iralna t Calroi
flnwrf-Mall train, dally i$Sl''
Kipieae, daily.......... .p.m.
IrWrr Mull, a.n.
i:ti.....- .......... l.M p.m.
Cairo and St. Loula tl,orl Lie.
Arrive..... .. .S.4J p m.
Notharneef Ws frnmCairn 10 hi. I.onla. No
ehanre r'". from Cairo to CMcaco. Klernt
i-cff R(win ill-emeu cir on nlcht trains,
tllte ehenaed tn all important nolnla.
CAIRO AND MOUSP CITY
Will ",r" fP"Ul,Jr
icivw. ,.m. At
ndmxlor peo,rrrir frUnL
EVANSVILLK AND CAIKO,
Will WfoOu'ro fur fivaa.vlll mJ Sun , U) M.I
n,iif rimniU, nl & u.'l i.M. p.m. rui
CAIRO AND I'ADUCAIl
Tfir iplndiil Mr-ami
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a. .1 .t tr n i 1 1 f t
et '"jt- M t
m Hi ir J or
' J-i II10UM,
VASHVIMiE, CIwvTtKSVIIiLE AND
TU ipleo.ll J teamr
TOM HAKJIAS-MmI AI.EX. HAflD Clerlr
iciiil.t Ciitntxny Situr.lay it 4 o'clock p.m.
hrKncl ?,hille. Kor Irowhl or
pyuzyp.-lr o or .0
KASUVILLE, CLAHKSVILLB AND
The K.t!lnt iliampr
o'whS DAVISMiter I J.U.P. JOn.NSO.V..CIcrk
Will If te Cairo t ? fry Thnrnday t 6 o'clock p.m.
fr Nhillf, Chri"ille and nil wT polDta. Fur
Itjjjht or PMa. .pplr on bnard
If ASIIVILLK, CIj.VHKSVILLE
The s;ood ilesmtr
WII,ErSIMM3.-MMter J.NO. IIARPER....CIerk
Will lene Cairo im) Moodajr at u o'clock, p.m.
for Nihille,anlally po'la For freight or
Li;f, apply on board r to
lanSlf JA9. IHGO. ARt.
FOP. SALE, ) For Pale f FOK SALE,
Kcr ?".ilo 1
FOR SALE.) ForrtAiel FOR HALE.
Faro from I.ivEnroor,
Faro from LoyccviiKURT
Fare from (Jlasoow.
Faro from Quke.vhtow.v
CAIKO, :::::::: $18-
iirtorJ, Morrn A Ci , Renla.
Literpojl .NewToik and Phlla.Ulplili
n coMnn irn i-.mtes rTr id mimii
For Cirrjrinx tno Mail.
FOR PASS AG ti TICKETS
oa ri'BTiiia urroimiTiox
APPLY TO JOHN C). DALE, Act.
ISIIroadway, New. York, orto
II. II o ii i t
Wahlmton Avenue, Cair". nnia. 5t
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. I).
I)Klt),.:.v.iv.(). o Thirleoaih street, lw-fJrtT-.
"7, ! "''"Won avenue and Walnut lret.
"'"-i -Liniiiierei.il ateniie. up Mitlra.
,V. DUNNING, M. I).
R ,!lIis''K-"'rurNintii and WVnnt at.
uiLJiHT" ""'""xth Mreet nnd Wlilo lvee.
""Jrt-from 0 a.m. to 12 in., and v p.in
... ..' WAiHrxKiiTMy II.
Hhl,u.?x''R-'''rner Nmctt raili Mreet nnt
,7.11 "'.'"f10" .-nile,..,ri.ourt Il0lle (jf.
. m ,71 , " F"lotUc otl'a houra-ltJ to 1J
in. and i o p.m. Jir.Ktf.
R..S. BRIG HAM, M. D,
"fnev:, no Coumbbciai. Avrx'.sur.
'ni., .' f;L;;(;
COUNSKIdUS AT LVW
William J. Allen, I l"V
UVVW.V ll. Pi... v
OUKKN & GILUKRT,
COUKSKLOHS AT LAW,
William TI Gilbert
BaMuecia. attention K'Ten ' Admlndtr
-OIIIO LEVKK, ROOMS T AND 8
CITY NATIONAL IIANX.
,UlLJ.Vji"!,'l.l'1."''v! Company.. no.
...:i.. ..;,7; t. . ."ewriue.1 loia m
nisuiui-ii-uiiM viii ui VHirO. Vllt
6 S2, Ii'
ti, si .
" 3 " ti, " 31 K
ur terui,l. apply JAMt'.R Ji)IINON,
TAX SALB NOTK'K.
.Vii,e-l h' ' len In Mirjr n'llrtan. "'r
. i r Hi iij.j K i
il iim 1 1,1 i a -U- 01 Imd i.nd town I. '
, (nautili tux... lercotirit,irmois,rorthrfeiii-
, .-..ii y, nnil .ll-trict tcnoni i.V ...
w, n.il lo.ta, htd at lh li'urll''"",;
of I'.lrn, in taid r iinfy.
Hie Vtar I MM,
nay in June, ie,", i .ihtiii-u ..,ni r.f
e.ilbe i .,ts nil... id the city .n '7''
Alexander, end or ininoit-'; r
M In M -V 7. t''" '7a i 3 In 1 1 ck
eaidSian r .n,',Z, c,f .khi, the
ill b'rxa W. . j ,( T In h ock 31, taxe I
an-f''J:.r ffiii pi i, irf ii n ttit Willi ilar of
'" rr linl.Se' 'V i-um "'r 1 "" ." .""I
I, on n ;ai.
JACKSON PRICK, l'iifhr.
TAX PUKCIIASKK'S NOTICB.
Tlir iir"ii n.lii I hri an.l all nllir inter-
rM.d r. lietMi n.1lllle.l thai l a aVr-uri.iii.l"
nd limn lol inadn l.r iln aheriu nf Alexantlnr
on-in'y In Hi- Mate ol I Irnon, at llw .loor nr tli
Coiiii lloni In Ihr- llr nf Onitn, In n.l "onrty,
nn II,- 2-1 ll an.l3tll ) ol Jllnr, A. I'. 11.70, tint
iinirii(ni"l iiiiMhi-p-l. lor tnxra an I cmla .hie
Ihnrr'nn fur Hie joar cc.inli. .. n l.ir.ili
iIihih In aill ii') nl ('ilru, an I adillllona thereto
.lecril'i-.l Ih I w, lo wit i
! ! !
X, ) JO
r": rirrrs ? Ti rl r rrK s
J : : : : f: : : : :
, r." Sir,
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lo'l o 'o.
Cnlro, Illj., March 10,1672.
3 8,1 n vi, H. otl.nRRT, Purcliaier.
A aprlnl coiiimiinlcaiion of Cairo
f.o'ire Nn. 2.17. A K.and A. M.. will bo
held rt'e.lne .lay Erenlojr. at VA .clock.
work In F. C'..I;eir. Viitlu llrotn-
era cir.llnllv inrlted to alien i.
Per order of the V. M.
II. Faasn IIlake, Secretary.
Cairn, March 12. 1K72.
I'nlilUhtMl every mornltia;, Sfondajr ei.
t jo Jcrr
iinpcrinl Tc(t,nt Kriitol
vt SUlw .
Tho house and two lots situated on the
corner of Eighteenth and Walnut streets,
is offered for sule on very rcasonablo
terms. For particulars apply on the prem
THE LITTLE KK.VTCCKIAN,
No. 5.1 Ohio levee, is the place wh ere
they keep tho freshet fish and game, id
'.he finest wine?, liquors and cigars, to bo
found in tho city. Dinner only twenly
tlvo cents. Open dny nnd night, nt nil
hours. J. E. Fa kk, Proprietor.
NEW UKOCKItY STOKE.
A. Levon bus opened n grocory stora in
tb hottiu on tlio corner of Fourteenth nnd
Walnut street", whoro ho proposes to
keep u general assortment of family gro
cerim, provisions, choica butter, egs, etc.,
nnd ho promi-ses to sell his goods on n
rcMonnblo terms us can bo obtained at
any other establishment of tho kind in the
city, (jivolilmncr.il. feb2l-dlm.
LOST POCKET II00K.
L-ist Friday evening between tho cor
ner of Kighth street nnd Commorclal ave
nuoond Tenth nnd Walnut, elthor on
Eighth Htreet, Washington nvenuo or
Tenth utroot. a pisket book cont lining n
sum of monny. Tho llndor will be well
rewarded by leaving it nt tho storn of
Mr. Anna Lsng on Eighth ktreet.
AlrJ. Anna L ing, on Eighth stroet be
tween Washington nnd Commercial nve
nues, has Ju-it rccoivod a flno spring stock
of millinery good, consisting of Imt', bon
net', ribbons, notions, otc, etc., to which
she asks tho attention nf tho ladies of
Culro. .Mrs. Ling will tiiko pleasure in
showing her goods to all who will favor
her with n call. U-'J-lm.
Tho "Citv fihoo Store," corner of
Eighth btiyct nnd Commercial nvunue,
will next Saturday receive nno of tlio lar
gest nnd finest assorted stocks of tho cele
brated Ilroluskl boot', ahouj, gaileri, etc.,
ever brought to Cairo. Tlio stock was so-
lectud with n viow lo supplying our pooplo
with thu best und most seusonublo articles
of the kind to bo found In the market. Ct
Wehnvo nn liealtnton in rccommund-
Ehler. boot und Hhoo maker
W'tt,y ,jf tuo hL j patronagei -v9
".mr viq ineftk when wo lav
"V'Wt. n uea m,l!iln, Imt
! l.,,tortock,n,i ,lucin,10. . ,f
"'0 ill-Ur-uto I a.U flf liie.i.1
Twcntl,.!! ... """ll on
Vr..et, between W.'...,.,' .
..venue and Poplar .treot, nearly
IUU LtJl I I L Iinila.lt flflil t-.. . .11
... , .. W (,Uftrnn,.
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho mm,,!,.
Inu receive,! tbo .ppolntnwnt of ug,it for
the salu of tho llaminond.port, N. Y., Ur-
vy.jiiiimnv a u- in.. i ,1.1.
If the Lou,, wm, wilk.h Wo , .
luVfit-ful i .
tasted. Heh.i.au.eUa, Z
ilf.riiiu.tit. wl.tM. i... i. . "4" r(Ja
. viai'jiivr Liin iinai . l. ......
thclowi-,t figures. Hi, htt, .f , ' , 1
largo und completo at.k (lf ,i, L "l
brands of Irish, Scotch and Aiutrl,-...
.i ,.i.t.. i ........ . ivan
wiusKiua, mm wiui.-s oi overy varkty
Go TO TJIF. Kxcolslor saloon for
iM ?i ?i ?i ?i ?i :i ;i ri
r t i c a jl r n , a c
-, r, fi a .i ft ti r, 2 .1 s
St. Iiui Injfor beer,
THE CAIKO DAILY
.fflll'-!' F' -r-'-H nnw rial umlar b'a
r.'uipi in Hit- iMjuly Jail tbirteon pruou-
Tlic alfirm nf flre Imt night wni occn-
ilontnl ly tliu fi lming out tf onn of the
chimney of .Mayor Lansden'a rcildenco.
udjourncd jesterduy at noon to meet again
on Tiic'day nftor the first Mondny in
April. Anldo from the signing and de
livery of tho tiond issued tn the Cairo nn d
Vlnconnei rullroad company, no buiincii
of importnnco was transacted.
Tho member) of the counly court lgncd
the Cnlro nnd Vinccnnos ruilrond bonds
yeiterdny morning. Tho court appointed
!em. A. II. SnlTord, Col. S. S. Taylor,
nnd P. 0. Suhiih trustees to bold the bonds
until such time ni they may be ordered to
turn them over to the Cairo and Vincen
ncs company. Tho bands were delivered
lo tho trutees yeiterdny afternoon.
In order to make room for his new
slock ot Spring and Summer gnods, Mr. J.
Burger, will dispose of tho slock ho now
Iihs on hand at tho lowest possible llguro
Mr. Burger is now in New York buying
a full stock of now good, which hi pro-
poc Co ell nt tho lowosl ponihlo living
TO OUn I'ATKO.VH,
As ourru:tderi will Imvn observed, Tnr.
Bulletin, for tho put week or ton day
has not contained itsuiual nmatint of loc il
and home now. Till ahortcouting rnu-t
be iittril.titi'd to t!iu Internal improvumoiiu
now tain-' made In Thk Bcllktin ollloe-
la the course of the next week we will be
on bund nguln, brim full of thu lutt-.'t
local occurrences, and with the paper
At a meeting of tho Cairo Turner socl
ciety, hold on Monday evening, tho follow
ing ofllcers wcro elected for tho ensuing
"Win. Alba, President ;
Curl L Thomas, Vice-President ;
AV. Kuchenbcckor, Secretary,
John Trues?, Cor. secretary;
John A. Koohler, Treasurer :
THE NEW APPOINTMENTS.
The general expression of tho pcopla Is
in favor of tho appointments mado by
Mayor Lansden, and confirmed by tho
council nt tho meeting on Monday eve
ning. All, or nearly all, the ap
pointed ofllcers having served during tho
year just ended, and proven to bo iaithlul
and efficient, it is no more than right tbat
they should bo continued for tho year up
on which tho city administration has just
PIANOS AND OltOANS.
E. and W. Jludcr have just received
somo of tho celebrated Bauer's Pianos and
Organs, which gives to most all families n
chnnco to purchaseVmo of these flno instru
ments. Prices are reasonable.
They have a splondid tone, aro well made,
nnd beautifully finished ; in ono word thoy
are a good and flno instrument. Tho par
lor organs iiro not only a well sounding
instrument but they nro so nicely finished
tli lit they will bo an ornament to any
room. They only come to $100 00. Go
and examine these instrumcnti,nud we are
most sure you will buy ono. d3t.
For several weeks past n report has
been in circulation in this citv to the ef
fect that Mr. John Murphy, a young man
who is well known to almost every citi
zen of Cairo, had left for parts unknown
with tho wife o' Mr. Wm. Carlcton, tho
comedian. A few days ago Mr. Murphy
returned borne, and upon being mado
awuro of tho report, which juit at that
time was going tho rounds of tho scandal
mongers, nt onco denounced it
as false, and commenced a' search
for tbo author of tho slander.
Ho succeeded in tracing tho origin of the
story to a boy, who left Cairo
with tho Cirlcton. (.roupe, but
who, after traveling with
them for a short time, becamo dissatisfied,
and returned to Cairo, aud, as above stated,
gnvo out that Murphy and Mrs. Carleton
had gono oil' together, nnd InftCarloton in
thalonrch. Murphy denounces the whole
story as fnlso, and says that Carlcton and
and Ills wifo nro together, and that they
aro meeting with great success.
Thoy will piny an engagement of six nights
in Nashville, commencing next Monday
lUefore F. Ilross, P. M J
Kufus Bartolls, arrested for stealing a
lot of carpontors' tools, was brought up
for trial. Aftor hourlng tho evidence, the
ludgo dischargod Bartolls from custody.
John Uaffry nnd John Dismohl, for
drunkenness, wore tent to tho calaboose
for scvon days' each.
A negro by tho namoof Mason, arreted
by Mycr, was up on a charge of stealing
a trunk, which togothcr with its contonts
was valued nt $200. Mason was unablo
to oxplain away the charge brought
against him, and in consoquenco was sent
to tlio county jail under bond of $500, to
await the action of thu grand jury.
Dead or Diinii. Whoro tho hair Is
unnaturally dry, you may bo sure that it
"dying; and unless artificially vituli.od,
IV Will an.lll Iia ilnail aft lnuviu In 7v-
embcr. Voud tlm wltlmelnrr fit.nra ami
tlirilil in.ln (ui.li r..,i'a
u,lu me evil, which must other-
:ry for the health of ii, i....i .7 . .. V
i.uiwm, ll nt,,,,!,,,.!..
opt moderately molstT Zl
enpab o of nourishing and Invigorating It.
I'VOn t Kftthnlrnn fulAll. . it.i
sunn iiiuiq uuiiumuui,
und is thu only artieto that actually puts
0,1,1.1, .1 . . ' . ' """
..ic iiiiu I e CBtllllnrv till,. llirni,,.!,
".u nm natural nourlsliment bas ceased
pan. This pure and harmless e,.ntal.lo
I'teparatlon Is absorbed by tho skin of tho
to th. roo.. of tho hair, and pai.es
lnlfi t Vi . ai ....
alt it m'nw the forco cplUary
Co'incll Clumber. I
Clrn, Ill2I.wuli II, l72. I
On motion if Alubiimin Kcardeu Itwns
ordered that thu address of the mayor be
entered nt largo upon tho journnl.
Tho official bond of Jos. H. Tnylor.ctty
treasurer, in tho sum of flfiy thousand dol
lars, with Thomas W. Hiillidny, (Jeorgo
D. Williamson, Peter Cuhl, Herman Mey
era, William Kluge, Peter Nclf, F. Dross,
Louis Jorgenien and Leo Kleb ns securi
ties thereon, was presented, nnd on motion
of Councilman Hurd, approved nnd or
The ofllclnl bond of Andrew Cuin, city
marshal, with Wm. Mclliilo and A. Su
smikft as sureties, was on motion of Alder
man Cunningham, approved and ordered
Tho official bond of Michael J. Howleyi
city clerf?, with Peter Suup and John T.
Itcnr.te hs sureties, was, on motion cf Al
derman Heard en, approved nndordored
filed with tho mayor.
Tho Chair appointed Messrs. Under nnd
Schuh tellers for the nominations about to
The mayor nominated F. 31. Ward for
the ofllco of street supervisor. The nom
ination was not confirmed. Yeas 8.
The mayor nominated Henry T. Mar
tin for tlio position of
night policeman Tlio nomination
was confirmed by yeas 10. Nuys If.
Tho mayor nominated Jumes lulnn for
the position of night policcrnm. Con
finned n. follow-,: Yeas 13. Nays i.
Thu mayor nominated H. F. Billingnly
for the position of night jmllcem-an. Con
firmrd as follow! Yea 13. Nays -2.
Tho mnyor nominated Chits. Mchner for
the position of nJuht policeman. Con
firmed ns follows : Yeas 14. Nays 3.
Tho mayor nominated John Gladnoy for
tho position of city teamster. Confirmed
as follows: Yens 13. Nays 4.
Tho mayor nominated A. Burnett for
tbo ofllco of assessor nnd comptroller,
Confirmed as follows: Yeas 10. Nay 1.
Tho mayor nominated L. H. Myers for
tho ofllco of chief of police. Confirmed as
follows: Yon 15. Nays 2.
Tho mayor nominated Phillip Helm for
tho position of night policeman. Con
firmed ns follows : Yens 14. Nays 3,
The mayor nominated William McIIale
for tho position of city jailer. Confirmed
as follows : Yens 15. Nays 2.
The mayor nominated M. L. Dunnine
for tho offlco of street supervisor. Con
firmed as follows Yeas 15. Nays Ii.
Tho mayor nominated Joseph Bross for
the position of weighmastcr. Confirmed
ns follows: Yens 16. Nay 1.
Tho mayor announced tho standing
committees for thu ensuing year ns fol
On Streets. Taylor, Safford, Cunning
bam, Wood, Metculf.
On Drainage. Cunningham, Schuh
Phillis, Sease, Hollldny.
On Claims. Hurd, Itenrdcn, Fhlllk
On Police and Jail. Under, Woodward
On Ordinances. Seaso, Wuldcr and
On Fire Department. Itearden, Sway no
On Markets. Schuh, Waldor, Standi.
On Printing. Woodwurd, Swnync, Ku
On Finance. Wood, Stratton, Met
Hoard of Health. -The mayor, Snfford,
Standi, Stratton, Robinson.
I IKE DEPARTMENT.
Councilman Wood moved that the mem
bers of tho flro department bo requested to
meet at tho council chamber on Friday
evening next. ,
On motion of Councilman Schuh, the
council then adjourned.
M. J. Howlev, City Clerk,
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
Regular mcoltux of the Hoard of Aldermen.
Council Chamber, I
Cairo, 111., Mirch II, l7-. j'
Proient Aldermen Under, Cunnln.
ham, Metcalf, Phillis, Reunion, J.toblnsou
Sall'ord, Sease, Standi nr.d Stratton 10
ELECTION OP A CHAIItMAN.
Tho cbiilr stated tho first business in or
der would bo tbo election of u chulrmnn
for the ensuing yenr.
On motion of Alderman Cunningham
Alderman Itearden was uimnlinouslv
elected chairman of the board to servo for
tbo ensuing year.
Tho chairman in it short speech kindly
thanked tho momoors for the honor coti
On motion of Alderman Cunningham
thu reading Mf thu journal Wat dispensed
Tlio following bills buying been
referred to tho committeo on claims, wore
reported back with recommendation far
J.T. Rennie, bolts and wrench...
T. 11. Furrin, C095 loot lumbor...
Jos. Jt. Taylor, amount paid J. 11.
liberty iv uo., lor publishing du
liniiuent tax list, 1871
T. B. Fnrrln, 5761 feet oak lumbor
M. J. Howluy, for ballot box,
Timothy Sullivan, hauling drunk
en man to jail
Morris, Rood & Co., l'.,843 ft. of
lumber, Qi) 1'J
flio.. Fitzgerald, 23 days' labor
on sldowalks in Fubruarr
Pctor Conlan, 23 days' labor on
sidewalks in February 40 00
M. Muhoney, 21 j days' labor on
sowers in Fobrimry
Wm. McIInlu, 20 days' labor on
liaptisto Holsttdn, hauling 2 cars
lumuor to city yaru irom
Thomas Meehan, hauling drunken
man to J nl l
Thos. Mcuhan, hauling 3 cars
lumber $5, and 40 dray loads
at 60 cents
K. A, Burnett, February salary ua
A. Cain, February nalury as mar
shal Jos. 1J, Taj lor," February salary
as tteasurer... .,
M. J. llowley, Febrtiary 'salary as
L. H. Moyors,KhVuar7VaVry
MARCH 13, 1872.
M I'lll'-f nf polci
John Sheeliaii, 0. Muhr.er, W. II,
tilmrlriii, .Ininc Qiilnn, Hon
rv P. Mi" i ii 1 i!. K. iiil.
fi:i 3 I
liogaly, police constable", Feb
ruary snlnrv. rich
John M. Lansd'-n. lib nunrior's
salary ns Mnvor, to March Uth,
II. Slinriuuaav, P. M . milarv for
months of. January nnd Febru
ary , Close, lliluys registering and
ludco nf election
Jno. II. Pblllipa, 3 iliiys reguti-r-ingand
Judgo nf election........
II. .Mc Manns. 1 il'nv cleric of
Chin, A. Scofluld
1 dny clerk of
Win. Mnrtin, 3 days registering
ntlil IUUijo of Mleetliin
Chns. Patler, 3 dnvs reillurliii?
Mild illdci) of clectlnn
R. Fllr.gorn1d, t day ludo ofolcc
F. Nellls. 1 dnv rcL'Uterlni'
W. B. Fisher. 1 dav clerk of elec
W. F. Pitcher,! day clerk of elec
Jno. McNulty, liaullni drunken
mnn to Jail
C. R. W oral ward, hardwuro
C. R. Woodward, 500 ft.boso with
coupling", lor tlio liougu ana
Ready flro comnnnv
C. R. Woodward. ioO ft. hose.
with cotlplltms and or.o 20 ft.
suction, for Hibernian Fire Co.
Wm. .McIIale, dieting prisoners
inr monin or Kebruarv, i!08
lay . 231 00
Alderman Seiue moved to allow. Car
ried ns follows : Aye Ruder, Cunning
ham, .Metcalf, 1'lilH'n, I'eardun, Robln"on,
Safl'nrd, Sense, Stiiicll nnd Strntton-'IO.
Tlio 1.111 -s nf tlm Judge, of flrel wnrd
poll" for $10 fur 4 ilav'i services worn re
ported iark bysaidc-immitlea recommend
ing payment of $7.50 each nnd $2.50 meli
On motion sa'.d bills wcro nil owed ns
recommended by tbo following voto s
Ayes Budor, Cunningham, .Metcalf, Phil
lis, Itearden, Robinson, Satford, Sense,
Standi nnd Stratton Id. Nay 0.
Tho bills of tho judgos of tho Second
Wnrd polls for $10 for four dnys' sorvices
wcro nlso reported back by said committee,
with the same recommendation.
Aid. Metcalf moved lo concur.
Carried as follows : Ayes Ruder, Cun
ningham, Metcalf, Phillis, Itearden, Ito
binson, Saflbrd, Seasc, Standi and Strut
ton 10. Nays 0.
Tho bill of tho Cairo City Oas Company
Company, nmountlng to $257 32 for gas
consumed In street lamps In February,
was reported back bv snmo committee,
recommending payment of same, less
$10 50, being amount overpaid on Rough
and Ready gas bill in December.
Aid. Cunningham moved to allow ns
Carried us follows : Ayes Ruder, Cun
ningham, Metcalf, Phillis, Itearden, Robin
son, Saflbrd, Seasc, S.ancil nnd Stratton
10. Nay 0.
Tho committee reported back the bill of
the Hibernian Firo Comrany for $1)7 82,
recommending payment of the same, less
$15 for mosonger's salury.
Aid. Metcalf moved to allow ns rccom
mondi'd. Curried in follows: Ayes Ruder, Cun
ningham, -Metcalf, Philli", Ueardcn, Saf
ford, Sease, Standi nnd Stratton 0. Nay
Tho bills of tlio Gas Company for gas
consumed in tho several engine-houses,
clerk's office and City Jail, amounting to
$50 35, were reported back by tho Clnims
Committee, recommending payment nf
the amount, less $10 15, to bo deducted
from tho Hibernian gas bill.
Aid. SnfTord moved to refer back tbo
Hibernian gas bill to said committeo.
Aid. .Metcalf moved to allow tho remain
der of said bills ns recommended.
Carried ns follows : Ajes Ruder, Cun
ningham, Metcalf, Phull", Rcarden, Rob
inson, Satrord, Scaee, Standi, ami Strut
ton 10. Nay 0.
Upon Its first reading In this board, an
ordinance providing for tbo lining of ab
sent and tardy member? of tho council and
Alderman Ruder moved to table. Lost
as follows: Ayes Ruder, Cunningham,
Metcalf nod Standi I. Nnya Phillis
Rcarden, Robinson, Saflbrd, Seae nnd
Tho ordinance then was laid over for a
On motion of Alderman Under the
M. J. Howi.ey, City Clerk.
Wo hnvo just received n largo stock of
now imported Grover A: Baker's tcwiig
machines. Thoy stitch alike on both sides.
AVo will soil family and mnnufucturing
machines, with tho privilcgo of paying by
monthly installments, giving tho purchas
ers choicu between lock-stitch und Grover
& Raker's olustic stitch, ltemrmbor wo
learn yuu to run nil machines bought of
is. Wo nlso keep on hand sewing mu
ciiino attachments, needier, silk, best
sperm oil in bottles, or you can bring your
own bottlo nnd liavo it filled.
In addition to our tewing machino de
partment, wo do machine embroidery,
dress und clonk making, stamping for
either braiding or embroidery, nnd nil
dono witli block stamps. All orders from
city or country will recoivo our prompt
attention. All porsons wishing anything
in our lino nro respectfully requested to
glvo us n call and too sainplos of work.
189 Washington nvonuo, between F.lovonth
and Twelfth streets. Postofflco box 228.
i! 13-lm. H. F. GooDYAit.
As A Kemedy. For Bronchia! afl'ec
tlout and Chronic dicutcs of the lungs,
nothing over boforu discovered equals Dr.
Piorco's Golden Medical Discovery. C04.
Marriaue Guide. Interesting work
numorous engravings, 221 pagos. Price
60 cants. Address Dr. Butt's Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Stroot, St. Louis, Mo.
Seo Advortlsomont. tf.
Go to No. 32 Eighth street, and get
tome of tho novel nnd excellent Java
Imperial Ta, nnd try II. Mtf.
1'i-rai.iia hnvlrg claims ajtilurl tl. n ,
contractors of tho Cairo it Vlnconnes rail
rond under u, will present tho same lo us
for acttlomct, nt tho St. Chnrlcs hotel, on
Thuridny 1 1th insl.
Dono e, Lonn . Co.
HON. 1IENJ. F, TAYLOR'
Will Lecture at the Athbneum.
Thursday Evenino, March 17. .Sub
ject: "Thouoht asd its Chariots.',
Wo think that those who huvo been de
posed to centum Mr. Tiiylor fur fulling to
meet preceding appointment will acquit
him of blame when they Icnm that tho
cuuscs wcro oiittro y beyond his control,
and that ho hn acted so gentlemanly nnd
generously ns to offer to turvo u on tho
14th Inst., If wo pay him only the cost of
bli railroad faro and hotel bill. Ho is
willing to help us lo retrievo our losses,
and wo hope n good bousu will grcctliim
on his appearance Thursday night.
Tickets nt W. B. Rockwell ,V Co:, II. A.
II an non t and II. C. Lofiln'. Ue'ervtd
eats may bo secured on Thursday, at tho
Auction Store, next door to the Atheneitm,
Sec. Com. Y. M. C. A.
THE WORLD'S FAIR FUR 1B70.
Held dally In every thy mansion and
cottage, nnd nl the cheerful llrcidi! nf thu
farmer's homo nwardeJ to lint Singer
Sewing Machine tint following prlz
Sowing Mnchlno aalr for 1H7I,:
Tho Singer Manufacturing Co 127,833
licoleritnu Wilton .Maniitiietur-
Ing Co f3,208
Hone Machine Co 7.,150
(, rover it H.iWcr Sewing .Machine
Weed Sewing Machine Co 35,002
Wilcox iV (ilbbs hewinc -Muciiino
Florence Sewing .Machino Co 17,000
American Rulton Hole Sewini:
.Mnchlno Co 14,573
1 he above is from mourn statements.
SILK AND LINEN THREAD.
Winch will roil bujr, a pound of lea I,
With a atirinkllnir of thread.
Which you can break with ) our two ITtlle tinner.
Or a pound of thread
Which 1 unmixed with lead,
'that can atwaja I mi found at thnSiner'a
ngcncy,.Vingor -Manufacturing C nt Mrs
Ellis' millinery store.
H. LEVY A CO. TAY THE HIGHEST MARKET
Below will bo found the corrected list
of prices pnid by H. Lovy Sc Co., for
hides, furs, feathers, wool, tallow. iwes
wax, and all kinds of country produce
Lovy it Co. do n very largo trade in their
line, and ills a well known fact that they
always pay the highest prices to bo ob
tained in this market. 1 hoy aro now
Mink $2 00a 2 25
Wild Cat CO
Houie Cat 10 a 15
Mu.k ltat 1
Otter 6 00 a 7 0U
Rear Skins 2 00 a 0 00
Jlcnver, per pound 50 a 75
Der r Skins 27 a 37)
Beef Hides, Dry Salt 18 J a 2D
" " Urecn Salt Va 121
Tallow, par pound Ca
Feathers, " " 60 a 05
Wool, " " CO a 70
Beeswax " " 25 a 28
The above price list is tubjcclto corrcc
BURNETT & CO.
HIUHKST CASH PRICE PAID P0R HIDES
Messrs. Rurnctt & Co.,Tliornton's block,
Tenth street, are prepared to pay tho high
est caih price for articles In their line, as
follow a :
PrlmoMink $1.75 to 2.25
" Rnecoon 60c to COi
" Musk Rat 10 to 16
11 AVild Cat 40 to 50
" Opossum... 10 to 12
Otter 6.00 to COO
Heaver Skins 6.00 to 7.00
Green Salt 91 to 10c
Green Salt, kip und calf. 12 to 14c
Deer Skins 25 to 3oc
For other nrticles, such ns rags, foath-
ers, bees wax, wool and tnllow, wo .vill day
tho highest market price.
Burnett & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, 111
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Having removed my boot and shoe shop
to tho north sldo of Eighth street, betweon
Commercial nvcnuo and Ohio levee, oppo
site my old stand, 1 invito nil my cus
tomers to call on mo In my now qunrtors,
whoro 1 shall keep on baud nnd manufac
ture ull kinds of custom-mado boots und
shoos, and guarantee In tho future, nit 1
huvo dono In tho past, to give good work,
good stock, good fits and perfect satisfac
tion. Phillip Bacoh.
T. R. Ellis, proprietor, cornor 7th street
and Commercial avenue, Culro, Hit,, is
prepared to accommodato tho public with
board by tho day, wcok or month, ot lowor
rates tliiin nny othor first-class lioueo in
tho city. Tho rooms nro nil woll fur
nished, light and airy, good sample rooms
for the accommodation of Commercial
agonts. Tho house is located in tho cen
ter of tho business part of tho city withirr
one souaro of tho post ofllco. 4-9-tf
Just recdvod nt Bristol & Stilwoll's,
ennned Bnrlett Poars,Apricots,and Muscat
Grapes. Also a full assortment of best
bruilds of other canned goods. No. 82
Eight stroot. 3-4-tf.
For the best St. Louis higor in tbo
city, go to Rlunkonburg's Kxcolslor sa
Fresh St. Louis lagor boor just rocolved
at tho Kxcolslor saloon. F. Blankenburg,
COM M KIM'1 U-
Tim continued scarcity of tonnngo has
had n tendency lo depress tbo market and
tales conscquuiitlyhavo been few. A good
demand exists nnd grain sells moro read
ily than last week, but thu opportunities
fur shipping nro not Improved nnd stocks
Tho wcnlhor is cold nnd clear.
Correspondents must bear in mind
that our inaidu figures represent prices In
round lots from first hands, nnd oulsldu
flgiirus prices for sales mado in smnll lots
or nn order.
FLOUR. 1 br. mnrket Is firm but
quiet. Tim demand has fallon off slightly,
owing to acareity of shipping. Low
grades nro dull, Cholco rather tenrco.
1300 bbls, Various Grades on
rdur $5 0010 00
500 bbl, Vsrlnus Orndet 1 009
J00 "Choicn Famlly(tonr-
"J u w
CORN. Mixed is plenty nr.d unchanged.
While tells readily on arrival to supply
tho order demand. Wu note sales of
I car Wblt(, in bulk on
20 cart, .Mixed in sacks, del-
1 enr Mixed in tacks, on
100 tacks White, on orders
5 11 Mixed, in lots
POTATO ES.-Slow. No
portM except for seed. Wo quote
20 bbls c.irlv Goodrich.
Inactive and unchanged,
50 bbls Mess $13 75
BUTTER. Choice is scarce nnd in dea
mand, and prices aro n shade better than
at last review. Common and medium are
plenty nnd dull. Sales were
0 pkgs Common 7c(jT;10c
tubs Cholco Roll 18c
13 pkgs " " 18cf2,20c
EGGS.-Marketglutted, dull and lower.
11 pkgs 16c
500 doz 16c
POULTRY. Dcalors report a good
supply on hand and quotations un changed
20 doz mixed Chickens $3 003 60
20 "Hens 4 26
2 coops Choico " 4 25
MEA L. Wo nolo no change In' quota
tions sinco our last. A good demand pre
vail! and tho market Is moderately
active. Sales were
300 bbls. City Mills $2 90
00 "Steam Dried, del...- 2 85g,2 99
300 " " " 2 90
600 " " " on orders. 3 00
1 cur, Fresh, del 2 80
200bblt. Recher's Caloricon. P.T.
FRUIT. There Is littlo doing in any
sort. Common apples tell for i w
pbbl. but Choice qualities command
$0 OOQjl 00; Lemons ond Orange bring
$5 OOQi 00 V box. Sale wero
12 bbls. common apples - $4 00
30 " Choico " C 00(5)7 00
1000 Cocoa Nuts Cc
10 boxes Oranges 5 00
10 " Lemons 5 00(7.0 00
II AY. Contlnuci plenty, nnd tfrrynar.
ki-t would bo active if tho liny coirVul bo
shipped. Wo nolo tales as follows
2 cart, -Mixed, del $18 00t9 00
Clover ic Timothy del.
Choice " " ...
" Choice mixed " ...
1 " Strong " " ...
0 bales Choico Timothy, in
lots on orders 22 00
OATS. Tho market is well supplied
nnd quicf, in concqucnce of lack of ton
nage to southern markets. Sales wcro
3 cars Mixed in tacks, del...
2 " Southern Illinois, del.
15 " Galena, in tackt, dol...
2 " AVhito in sucks, del...
1 " 'In sackt, from
ARRIVED AND DEPARTED.
Hti-amer. Whero from. Where to
Silver Moon...Memphis Cin.
Andes N. Orlenn...Cin.
City Vicks Vicksburg ..St. Louis.
Dexter St. Louis.
M. Houston. ,.Louivillo ,...N. Orleans.
M. Kbcrt Cincinnati St. Louis.
Illinois Col Col.
City Helena... St. Louis. .. .AMcksburg.
Jim Fisk Puducnl Paducab.
Susio Silver.... N. Orlenns....St. Liou.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Yestordny tlio levco woro a busy look
und considerable freight was handled.
Tlio weather was mild and agreeable,
with appearances of the breaking up of
City National Hank Bnlldlua;.
SUBpecIal attention paid to orders Irom sleam
oats nkht or dY."Kl
Mrs, AViiitecomii's syrup. This arti
cle is good for nil discuses incident to tho
porlod of teething in children nnd is sold
for 25 contsn bottlo. 13-d&wlw
For Sale. A cottage on 12th stroet
containing 7 rooms, cistorn and out
houses complete. Apply to
AV. W. Thornton.
imported Mulaga grapos at Jorgen
son's, corner of Twentioth street and
AVoahington avenuo. '
Go to Dr. McGauloy fr Rattlnger's Fe
vor Drops. AVarranted to cure tho chilli,
Java Impkria'. Tea at JJristol ii Stil
Paul O. Schuh soils Rattlnger's mcdi
Happy relief lur yminx men fiom theeffeclii or
enora und abuse in e oriv lite. Manhood restor
ed. Nervous debility oured. . P'"m'!''',0
marriage removed. New method of treatment.
New and remarkable rcmldlea. Hooks and c Jrcu.
lara sent free. In '"led enelop. Addreas
HOWARD ABSbciATION, No. , Soojlir Hmth 1 8 1.,