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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, MAY 12, 1872.
fflMBTABLC Of THE IttllfOU CKTBA t .
trill rTMH the .rrlwl ''l'r
or, of pemuftr trait CMIroi
p-.rf-M.il f(.dnr ?;
r.ipn. daily ,"'p"
fjp j-r ,,w p,m"
Cairo andKt. touin Short blue.
Depart..... - M....
o.n of cw from Cairo to St. Louis. No
thMNt e'-.r frm C,M to ChlcK0, K,'nl
tf Room sleeping cin on night frains.
MtM cheeked to all important points.
0A1R0 AND MOUND CITV
The nut remilnr . PotnifiinlMllfln of
Js Cairn l.oilffi-, ?o. !l.77 A. i soil A. M.
XX will Im held t Jleaonla llati (to-morrow)
Monday evening alTM o'clock. Visiting
brethren cerdlnlty invited ! ait-iul. ,
II. K. lILAKK.fee'y.
HARDY & GR REN WOLD.
WaaMtsotoN Avrxci, Co. Jth Htair,
Keep nit rmuil a uoo.l assortment of
LADIES' OA ITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SUOKS.
Ami Mlse' nml Chtldron' (UlTittts find
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they soil nt tbe
VKRY LOWEST FIGURES.
Cam. ami Examink.
They arc i1o prepared I" mnplv Lsdiea ami
Oentlcincn with the IlKsr OK HIIOI' WORK, St
figure, that defy competition. o-uti
PHkllenlloa fHee. lllleU RnlHInir.
Will make thr. trip. dally.
IIIVISS eit.o I If AVISO MQIXD riTT
A e:.r........-.....-. "
Vat. .Mil ey, cent.! 10 ticket for is w
Will lent, when hailed, al any pond intermediate
.BdiDClortMien(eritur freight. norJltf.
CAIRO AND PADUOAH
Th splendid etciuner
Ben. Uowaru Capt.
... Ctlro mit.Y, t3inly excepted) fit
aa. K.ir trezhtor iim npiron ''"'
jan9tf ' JAW Hllt.S. AK'I.
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
OFFICR-Oeer M. J. MrOsules'a dm store,
pur corner Commercial arenue and high.
lenth .ireet. 3-3f
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. 1).
IE8IDEJ,CE J0- sl Thirteenth treM, be.
XV tireea Washington .lenne anil Wnlinit ntrert.
unio lilCommerolnl .teniie, up n.lrn.
0. W. DUNNING, M. I).
OKSIDKNCK-coniT.N'iutM Uil Wnlnlit !,
tpnee coioor ulli Ftre.t nnd t)i)in lver,
ome. hours frooi c ..in. to 12 in., and w p.m
II. WAHDNEH, M. I).
riEalDEXCK Corner Mnetienth atreel nn.l
XV W.ihingUin .teniie, nenrcouit lnine. Of
lc. OTer the pottofllve. Ollicc hour 10 to 12
.nj..od'2tot p.m. Itnictf.
EUte ol Mitchell Lutare, ilit'ened.
The undetlneJ hmlug hen ppolniil al
ininlntrntrix of the eute of Mili'liell I.irc,
l.teof thecnuntvof Alexander mid xtnteut J 1 1 1
neli, deceased, h'erehv gifct notice that he Hill
appear tetore the County Com I nl Alexander
vvuolr.at the Court lloue In Cairo, at ItrnJulr
term, on the third Monday In July neit, nt which
llm all person harjng claim eclni "Mil extile
ar. noticed and t(jiif.t-l to ntierni for the iur
po' nl hannc the fame adjunted. All permna
indebted to aid estate are requeated to make lm
in.aiMe paymtni lowie iiuaer'inne i
IaUxl (hi 7th d of May, A. 1) 1972.
EMU,! I.A.AKlj, Adinlnlatralrix,
Emma Prieat and Thomaa V. I'rlot, lefcnu.
anta, are notified that on April 27th, U71, bparroir
U. MckerioD, complainant, filed III Mil Inohiui.
eery to forecloxe a niortKage, in the Alexander
connty Circuit Court, Mate of Ulliiox, and that
laid luit la now pendlnic In aald court. That theri
apon.tilinmona wa iuej out of thcclerk'a of.
Be. ot .aid court at;aliut you, returiiabl on the
lit Monday la July next to a i-rm of aatd court,
tain to be holden at th courl-liou.e in Cairo, in
aald county ao i ttate. JOHN O. HAIIMAN,
Dated April nth. U72. ClerL.
Allen, Mulkey A wheel.r.aol'ra for Cjtnjil't.
Stuart & Gholson will
offer on Monday, May Ml, a
new line of very Choice Prints;
also a full assortment of Mus
lins, Table Linens, Napkins,
(ill-., at verv low nrices. We
will also offer a very large line
of Gents', Ladies' and Misses'
Hosiery, of all descriptions, at
prices that will not fail to at
"We are also offering a very
large assortment, of Summer
Dress Goods, White Goods
and White Trimmings, Cor
sets, Gloves, Ribbons, etc.. at
unusually low prices.
Come and see us before buy
ing elsewhere. 0.iji
ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN RANK
RUPTCY. A. Maigsee of K. K. Hall A Co., bankrupt, 1
will offer at public auction at the court lioii.u
doer la the city of Cairo, HIIdok, on Wednnadny,
Wit eighth dayot May, A. 1). 167;, commencing at
Ua o'clock, a.m.. the following de-crlued uron.
usproTementa thereon, coaslMInc, of fourtena.
meat houa Ac. Term', one third canh, anil
balance to an or tweUe 12J tnonthi uitti lien
HTEPHEN K. JUNES.
Asalgnee of E. K. IlAl.L A CO.
Cairo, Ilia.. April 11, liCi.
Green A Gilbert atiornera. t-ll-SOtd,
New York Manufacture.
BEST Tip USE.
For .Sale by
U. W. IIKNDKRSON,
No. 100 Commercial Avenue.
Lota numbered thirty-tetcn (37,) thi'ty.eiii
I ,) thirty .iiin. S) and forty t.l in ll':k mil
Wred aiity -eight 104, In the city ol Cairo, w;
tar GRAND PIC-NIC -9
4U.MIHMO.S - ?n CK.VTS.
Krack Bursa, defendant, la notKied that
ob me arat uay or Jlay, 1872,
Amanda Burn, cmnpUlaant, filed tier
bill In chancery lor dirorce, In the Alexander
eonaty Circuit Court, it ate of Jlliuolr, and that
aaldautt it bow pending lu aald court. A nm
monawaa laaued out of the eler.cN ottice ol aant
court agalnnt you, returnablo on the tlrnt Mnnilav
ot July next, to . term of aa d court thro ta lw
noio.n H tne uourt uouie In Cairo, in raid
JOHN 4. HARM AN, Clerk.
Orea AOilbcrt, aoltcttora for complainant.
A. N. Chanar. defendant, la nntlHA.1 th,., .... , i...
1Mb day ot Much. H71. a wrilol attachm-nt .
laautloniof the clerk'a oritce of the Alexaudcr
vuuuvj vircuu ojuri iu I ne male or Illinois,
agaiDit your etate, returnable on the (lrt Mon
day In i April, Wl, m the amt nfThomajJ. Eat,
BlalBtlS, for tbe turn of 1123 CI and accruing in
ter.il, which writ haa fceen excelled, mid aald
.alt la now pending in aald ourt. Unleai vou
hall appear on th. relnru day theieor. judgnient
will he rasderad againat you. and the garui.hcii
MMed in aald cauae requuad to auiwer, nml l
dealt with according to law. Date t, March lith.
AUeo, Mulk.y A Whefler, atl')a for plalntiH,'
LeU Bfctlca la hereby glian that Samuel St.,!.
T.yloraad Edwin fartuua, titiatten of the Cairo
Cut Property. haT.rlle-t their bill la chancery, to
enforce vendor, lien, In the Circuit Court of A.
rr.iT if eu.i in iiiisuik, agftirt't tiu.v
I? .. " iianein umtcllo, anil P,
?.' "'." "uaoau.i, mat aaui au-t la nnw
peadlBc la aaid court; and that the time and
1M. of tbe r.turn of the inmir.nn. l..n.i .
aald cans, u tha fiiat Ucmln, inJniv . n.if.
o' aid court tn.a to be holden at the
-rt lieu., la Clro, Alaxaoder county, .tale ot
JOHN CI llAHMAN.CI.rV.
ay i7i. S-ilUatU
A good cook.
Apply tit This llui.i.r.TlN
T H A L I A .
HKNEFIT FOR .MRS. MF.1INKR.
THE MISCHIEVOUS HOY (IF l'AHIS,
COMKUV n YOVH AUTH.
-If you want the bel honru In
city call Rt the Court llou llotul.
XiUle ot 11. i: 11. UtLinu,r. ,lw-.Hl
Tbe anderelgned ha,lni- U.r. pu,xii a.1
Btlalatrator M thaeatale of 11. p. 11. Can,tr,
aateof the county of Alexander, and Miit ni i.
liaola. d.ceaeed, hereby gitea niitlc-n that ha will
appeer before the county court of Alexander
eobaty, at the court hon in Cairo, at the June
tenr. on the third Mouday in Juue iirxt, at
wblch rjaie all peranui baring clalma agalnat
MtdeaUteareooilfird and requeued le attrnd
forth, pnrpo.e of h.Ting the eatne adjuated.
All peneaf Indebted to aaid eatate are requealed
vt aaaaaw immediate paymeni lo ifie unneralgneii
ral4 tblM day of May, a. t. UV2.
a-wwei s. Muiiiiir, AUiiiiniairalur.
A. N.Cbeuey, defendant, la notlllM that on tl e
in oey oi Marcn, 1.7Z, a writ or attachment waa
leaned out of the clerk', office of the Alexander
wubij uircoit lourt, in the aute or llllnom,
agalntt your eaUt, returnable ou the flrat Mon.
JnP'l.A-, U.jm. at the ault ol Katnau M
2225K??'. pl,,B,ifl forilieaum nl$l M ,n,j
,i?.7.r",' w'"'h haa been execuie.1,
Ifi!r,.B.'lj!??w'odloll",J 0"". Unleaa
Lm WKJJSi! rU.n thereoi, Judgment
iilifl!.0"1 Tpu. and IheearBlahee
aarred la .aid ean.e requlrel in anawer and le
ddt witb aocordlog to liwl nlud, March i'nh
(lo to Win. Khler'a, cm Twuiitictli
troi, for your linn cuUom muilu Uiutt
nnil aliom. You can't do belter. Try
ICE! 1CEII ICE!!!
From WtHlneulny ilsy Ut, llm Ico
vr.goii lll curiyat tin, city, to ontltiuo
duriiu' Ihi) uinin:r morillia. Nonu but
pure horthoni UVo lt! will bo ilelivemd
IIl'M J.oomis, i: Co.
Yetortlny wa cool'und plcacatil.
Ills n cook that la w tinted at Titr.
Road our St. liouli lettor from
" ZornbbAbcl." It will ropay yon.
Tho rain uf nlgbt before last laid the
dust and matin atreiU travel morn plena-ant.
Nearly all our democratic exchange
of Southern Illinois come to it flylne, tho
eolor of Orecley nnd llrown.
Ciitidltr hai removed Ida toro from
tho corner of .Sixth and Commercial
nvenmi to the room formerly occuplcil
by Keohler & Illxby.
lntiro your life in the Teutonic Lifo
Inurancn Company, of Chicago, I!lltiol,
Carl L. Thoinii, tujent for Cairo and vi
llismticrk MrollierhtKid, In connection
with the Teutonic Life Insurance Com-
piinv, inanres Deaths and Life on weekly
payments. For particular, apply to Carl
L. Thorna, uunernl agent for Cairo nnd
Mr. George I.attncr met with what
might have been called a sorious tniahap
on voitetdav mortiint:. A mulo which he
took to u blacksmith slioti to bo shod, bo
came frightened nnd unmanageable Mr,
Lattncr wan thrown down and tramped by
tho mulo in a manner frightful to behold
erf, but when tho niilmnl iva. secured
Lnttnor, though much bruised, wit found
to bo not serioiuly injured.
We cull attention to the enrd of
.Meiir. Hardy & Grecnwold that appear
In another column of to-uay' paper. Theeo
gentlemen are now doing bulnci on th
corner of 7tb ftreot nnd Wnshlngton av-
onuo, and have h splendid assortment of
boot and .hoes, which they noil ut remark'
ably low figures. They have adopted the
motto of "quick sales and sniHil prollt,"
and can do all they promise.
There will be a Democratic meeting
held in this city, on Friday night, next,
for the pttrposp of ratifying the action of
the Cincinnati convention, if arrange
ment can be made to secure Atheneum
hall for the occasion. JudgeH Allen nnd
Mulkey lire moving in tho mutter, and
aro both outspoken In their opinion thnl
llaltlinoro iliould rntify Cincinnati.
Tho meeting must bo a boomer. The
Democracy of F.gypt are for H. 0. and
the world muit know the fact.
The llloomlngton 'Leader says, "while
Katio l'u tn urn was pluying the "Hidden
Hand" In Rockford last Thursday even
ing, she forgot tho trap door on the ttage,
and stepped into it. II er fall jarred tier
so that site falntod, but soon revived, and
her Injuries were found not to bo of a seri
ous nature Her arm was somowliat
bruited by the fall, tho distanco being
about four feet. The accident will close
her season a acting about a week ooner
than it was intended.''
A curious specimen ol humanity at
tracted tho attention of observers in tho
neighborhood of the wharf-boat yciterdny
morning. On Inquiry weleurnod his name
to be Oicar Boon, and his local habitation,
when at home, to bo JetYerson City, Mis
souri. (We forgot to inquire whether ho
is related to the great Daniel, formerly of
Kentucky,) During n hunt In which he,
unfortunately was tho prny, and his pur
euors, Indians, ho fell from a precipice.
The fall broke both his leg", injured his
ribs nnd played havoc with his nose. It
was knocked out of nlnee, took u new
growth tin inch or so from its proper loca
tion, and is now a onesided nlfair about
tho sir.e of a cocoanut. Mr. Itoon whs n
guest ut tho Central hou-o in this city last
night, and is now on his wuy home.
Tho public nuiit bear in mind the fact
that to-morrow, from early dawn to
dewy eve, and all night, tho fi lends of tho
German i-chool will enjoy a grand picnic
tit Schcela' Hall Garden. Thu garden, in
an tici pntlon of this event, has boon hand
somely decorated. A tino string band will
tin in uttenuance, vocal music will auu a
charm to tho occasion, refreshments will
be aupplied bountifully; nnd, in fact,
nothing that caro and thoughtfulncrs can
do to mako tho occasion pleasant will
be left undono. The be.st of order will be
preserved, and no improper characters bo
admitted to the garden, Tho proceeds, be
It remembered, are to bo applied fur the
benotlt of the school, and every dime spent
at thu picnic will ho aporit lu the good
cause of education.
Wo ieeJU recorded In a Now York
paper, which took tho fact from it history
of tho town of Hoosick Falls, thtt In the
year 1700 several cases if (mall-pox oc
curred In that village. In the year 1800,
tho bouso which had boon used ns. o post
house wai repaired. Ono of tho workmen
was taken down with Malignant small
pox, to which he had been In no way ox
posed, except by working on the old pest
house. For seventy years the infection
had been confined iu the I1 and
crovtco of tho old bultdintr, at. I only
bred discaso; when it was ep"ed by tho
lenrlng away of llmbori, cte. Thu impor.
tancoof cleanliness and thorough renova
tion of houses in which persons have had
smalbpox, Is too great to bo overlooked
Wc wero told, n day or two ago, or an in
stance In which live members of a family
in this city were taken with small-pox,
four of whom contracted It from the first
one, who lmd, visited a family which had
gene through u siego of tho smnll-pox,
but did not think It necessary to disinfect
nor evoti clnnn thu houo nflorwurd. We
havo also beon Informed of n en0 In which
somo inomboiit of h family bad tho small-
nox. After .recover v, tho family moved
and othor.'porsons went into tho homo tho
former had occupied. In n hort time,
soma of the Inmates had tho small-pox.
The house was again vacatod and again
occupied with u like" result, after which It
was thoroughly cleaned" nnd disinfected
slnco which time tho occupants have not
been troubled with sickncs of any sort
It Is said tho smalbpox is rapidly decreas
ing In Calio,tind tho warm weather will cer
tain! v act as a check to its further spread,
lint families who hnvo been atllictcd with
it, owo itto thomsulves nnd thoir neighbor,
and to tho city ns a wliolo, to i-eo to it that
thoy neglect nothing which will prevent
tho contagion from starting up again in
its seaon, with as much nnd perhaps
greater violenco than has Httemled iti
presence this spring. Clcanline's costs
nothing nnd disinfectants are clienp, unit
people who neglect theso preventatives of
n renewnl of the small-pox enurge another
yenr, are criminally neglectful.
CAIRO TAKES A NEW DEPARTURE.
("loin the C.irlionilnle New Eraof -ettirda) i
After encountering n series of misfor
tunes that would have disheartened any
other community, Cniroltef hav.i thu sat
isfaction of seeing tiieir city fairly ou tho
way of becoming ono of tho most im
portant places on tho Ml"issippi. Its
population has Increased mure Hutu teu
per cent, within tho past year, and busl
neas of every kind has increased iu even
u greater ra'tio. Hut rapid as has been
tho march of Improvement during the last
twelvemonth, it will be exceeded annually
for many years to come. Every energy is
at work to mako her un important rail
road center, and before tho lirst of . lim
itary next ut least two new roads
will terminate In thut city.
Work on tho Cairo nnd
Fulton road is progressing in u satisfactory
manner, and will bo finished lo Cairo in a
fow months. The Cairo & Vlncennes
road is being pi'.shed fortwird with
renewed vigor, and before tho Hr.st of De
cember cars will bo running from Cairo
eastward. The contractors on the Cairo
and St. Louis road cay they will complcto
their work nnd have the cars running be
foro tho end of tho present year. With
these bright prospects before them wo are
not astonished Unit our Cairn neighbor
aro Jubilant und free from anxiety concern
ing tho future.
A first clan shoo maker by Hardy iV
Grentiwold, corner Seventh atrcot and
Washington uvenuo, Cairo, Illinni-.
Tai:k Xotice. Tho German School
Grund Picnic will be held at Schcel's
Hull and nut nt tho Flora Garden. Hy or
der of the Committeo of Arningoment.
IcT. CllKAM has become tho institution
of tho season, and I'll II Simp's the most
popular in the city. 1IU saloon has bo-
come, in fact, ico cream headquarter:', and
it i not tho fashion to eat tbuluxurv anv-
whero olic. It is kept with scrupulous
care, is neat uud tidy, uud tho presenco of
no questionable characters is permitted iu
Mr. Saup has, also, iilwuys ou hand
fresh cakes of all kinds, caudle, notions,
toys, ate, and deserves a continuation nnd
an increase of the popular favor in which
his establishment is held, u-7dtf
DOGS! DOUS! DOUS!
Un and after tho 15th day of May
Inst., ull dog found running at largo on
which the tax ha not beon paid, will be
Impounded und disposed of iu uecordatico
with tho ordinances of the city of Cairo,
n.'Jdtd A. Cain, City Marshal.
. AITACHMENT NOTICE.
& sUi itSSi$ ,rS?.d,u,t' "lined thai ou th.
OMM aiaiihrt' f t,fllc'. of '" Alexander
eC 'ti April itn'J riurnbl "nthellrat Mon'
r-ainilfl til it ,h u, ''"l ea V. Clem.
vttihS&Jft a"", ' " and aicrul" ,
..-i.-T-r amireoi, lUUament
w. iiui March lilh:
V'.xiiiAoiiiHXAKV l'liKNOMONpN. Cin
cinnati, St. Louis and Mllwnukeu Jiock
Beer draisn from the sumo keg at tho
Thalia mloou oppoiie Tiik Bi'i.Lr.ris'
otlice. Milk punches cobblers nnd mint
juleps skillfully compounded according to
the most generally approved formula.
For all the popular warm weather
beverages, go to tho Thalia saloon, corner
of 1 '.'III street and Washington avenue.
Swan Si Co.,
Oroide and Milton Compound
Cutlery, 1'Jated Ware, Fancy Goods, Ao
83 Ohio Lovee,
4.'J31ni Cairo, Illinois.
Hit MTThK KCNTUCKIA S,
Ni). 6i) Ohio levee, is the place whero
they keep the f resboet fish and game, and
tbe finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found iu the city. Dinner only twenty,
five cents. Open day and night, at all
hours. J, K. Park, Proprietor,
AI, Dellnun, of the Ulliii I.iinci him
Rock coli.pany, says ho has u lighting
cock, that can whip hi weight in wild
rats, nnd of course, no chicken on thu face
of tho earth can stand before him. As AI
is not u sporting man, bo will dispose of
this chicken eheap. Any one wanllni'
such a pt, should address without delay
G, A. DkBauk, UJlin, Ills.
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding bouse, on Sixth
street, near tho post ofllco, the proprio
tress would inform tho public that sho
Is prepared to accommodate the publl
with flrst-clnss board and well furnished
well ventilated rooms on the most roason
nblo terms. Ample preparations hnvo
been made to accommodate an unlimited
number of day boarders, i'atronagtt so
Uetted. Mrs. T. X. Uaki'ncv.
Try Wei.cii'h London Conikcvio.v
Riiv, corner Commercial avenue and
Nineteenth street, for Fruit, Sponge and
Lemon Cakes, J'ie, Tarts und Blanc
Mange, Jellies, Ac, supper parties and
picnics supplied at tin lowet prices.
Wm. Khlers, at hisshopon Twentieth
street, oppoiito the Court Hotit.o hotel, is
manufacturing bunt and shoes, of uveny
stylo and variety, warranted to give per
foct satisfaction. Ho keeps genuine French
calf and gives his customers all ho prom
Tuv tiik KxtiKLNioit. Thoio who in
dulgn themselves in luxuries sucli as St.
Lauls Lagor Boer, Cocktails, Gin slings,
rich Wines and ice cold Lemonades, ull
sweetened with Unuitjpiano music, should
call on Fred. Illankenhorg,, Ho has the
coolest, quietest and linen uloon in the
west. Ho bus nlso a lino billiard table for
tho uso of his guests andths clgurs cannot
be nxcollod. 0-1 Oil lm
TURNERS, ATTENTION !
On account ol thu German school picnic
on Monday night, tho .regular meeting of
tho Turner Society will bo postponed until
Tuesday evening, May 14.
Wm. F. Kucukniikckkt., Sec'y.
WUO CAN BCHIST Tilt: OIVKR. Tho
Continental Life Insurance Company of
New York Uiuo Life Policies for $1,000
on any ago botwoeti 16 and 2s, for 0 cents
a day. W. V. riTCHtH,
Oan'l. Aft. for Southern Hit.,
Grand 1'icNio of tho Cairo Gorman
Turners, at Tort Jefferson, Kentucky, on
Mugst-Sunday, May 10, 1872. Tho ferry
boat Is ongaged for tho occasion and will
leave tho foot of Sixth street precisely nt
8) a.m. and 1 p. m. Ticket 60 cts.for the
round trip A good timo is anticipated, a
everything possible will bo dono to uiakf)
it a Joyful occasion, Comoono, conio nil,
Caul L. Thomab,
Committee of Arrangement.
tteeiilar Join nipctlnt of the City Council
Cocacti. CuiNsra, )
Cairo, III,, Jny 10, 1872,
Present Ills Honor, Mayor Latudcn
and llttrd, .Metcalf, Fhlllls, Iteardon, Rob.
Inson, Stannlt, Swnyne. Taylor nnd WihkI
On motion' of Coiincllmnn Wtnid tho
rending of the minutes wo dispensed with.
(Councilman Scliuli appeared in his
in ordinandi entitled "an ordinance for
tho retiulntlon of tho lire department," was
rend for tho cccond tlii'e.
Aid. Swayno moved (o ainku out iection
1 of said orillnnnce, A division having
been called for tho vote stood : Yens oi
Nays 6. The chair voted yea und motion
was declared carried.
(Aid. Seae appeared lu bis scat.)
On motion of Coiincllmnn Wood the
ordinance wn then referred to the Board
An ordlnanco entitled "nlt,'ordlnaueo
providtng.for thu construction of certain
sidewalks nnd crosswalk,1' wn rend n sec
ond timo nnd on motion of Councilman
Wood referred to the.Board of Aldermen.
ri.VANOK C01I.M1TTKK KKl'OItT.
Tho finance committee to whom on tho
Cth Inst., was referred a petition of Wm.
A. Fuller iu relation to a certain overdue
bond which he now holds, reported thnl
tho city has no menus nl her disposal for
the payment of Mild bond, nnd that the
only thing that can bo done in tho prem-Im-s
is what the city has already provided,
viz. to replaco tho overdue bond by bonds
of a now issue for thel'samo amottt of the
old bond, S0,6 17.0 j'linil ut tho snmo per
centum of Interest.
On motion of Councilman Hunt the re
port was received and ordered filed.
(Mcsir. Duilor and Woodward ap
peared In their seats.)
JAlLKIt'x II n.L.
Tho bill ofWm. Mcllale, city jailer for
the month of April, amounting in
170.7.'!, wn, ou motion of Courilmnn
Scliuli, referred to the commltlee ou
II. .-.VVKIl's. IT.1I rio.M.
Tho petition of H. Savers praying tho
remission of a linn imposed upon him for
selling goods without license, wa repor
ted buck liy tlie committee on police and
jail, with ,tbe recommendation that the
prayer of tho petition by granted.
Alderman Sense moved to receive llm
report nnd concur in the recommendation
of tho Committee. Lost by tint following
votoi Ayes Under, Hurd, Philll, Itob-
Tnion, Scliuli, Sense, Stancil, Swayne, Tay
lor and Woodwnrd 10. Nays .Utfnlf
Rearden and Wood .1.
rOI.ICK OKDI.N' ANC'K.
Councilman Taylor moved to call up un
ordinance entitled, " An ordlnanco regu
lating thu polico force of tho city of Cairo,
HI.," which wastablcd at tho last meeting.
Tho chair ruled the motion out of order
holding that tho ordinance could not ho
brought before the meeting excopt by re
consideration. Councilman Taylor appealed from tho
decision of tho chair, and the Council sus
tained the ruling of tho chair.
The Mayor nominated Samuel Fisher
'as special day policeman at Phillips,
wharfboal, and appointed Messrs. Stnncil
and Hurd tellers.
Tho nomination wn confirmed by
Yeas 13. Nays 0.
Tlie mayor nominated James Law a
special night policeman for the same place.
Confirmed by Yea 13, Nny.H 0.
Tlie mayor nomtnated John Shoehnn
for tho offico of night policeman In plnco
of W. II. Robinson. Not eomflrmed
Yeas 7. Nay. fi.
The mayor nominated James C. Labile
for tho ut mo position. Confirmed Yens
Tho mayor nominated Gcorgo Lohr as
special jiolicoman for tho I. C. R. It. de
pot. Confirmed! on 13. ay 0.
ldormtiu swayno moved to adjourn.
IlKTOKT Ol' COMMITTED ON I'll LICK AND
Thu hiiid committee lo whom at tho
last meeting wat referred n resolution In
structing them lo examine if the ordinan
ces of llie city wore properly enforced,
and if they aro not, to recommend to tho
council, some measures for their more etll
clent execution, repotted that those ordi
nances which iill'eet tho health and com
fort of citiens i tho ordinance relating lo
tho ritiiuini; nl largo cf animals und
tho ordinances relating to the en
cumbering of tlie streets with obstructions,
are not properly enforced, Tho commit
teo recommended the sepnralion, from
tho liody of tho ordinances, of the regu
lations enacted for the government of tho
polico force iu order to bring their duties
nearer homo to them. Tho committee
recommended the adoption of tho polico
ordinanco which was tabled at thu last
meoting, with such nmendmontii us may
be deemed proper, and that when adopted
It together with nil other regulations
for tho government of the polico force now
contained iu tho ordinances, bo printed lu
n separalo form for the uso of llio polico
force, and Unit copies be furnished to oacli
polico constable and other executive
officer of the city.
Councilman Taylor mnvod that tho re
port bo received and the recommendations
therein contained approved.
Councilman Schuh moved to amend In
laying tho report upon tho tublo. Tho
nyoa and nay boing called for tlie iiniond
mont was carried by the following vote;
Ayes-Hurd, Mctcalf, Phillls, Reardem
Schuh, Stancil, Swayno nnd Wood 8.
Nays Under, Robinson, Seine, Taylor
and Woodward &,
Un motion of Councilman Schuh tho
Council then adjourned,
M. J, II own: v.
LIFE INSURANCE. I
Mr. R. P. Rbbblni Is the agont for tho
Protection LITo Insurance Company, of
Chicago, In tills city. In these day whoii
It I looked upon as ono of tho christian du
ller, of limn to Insure hi life, thus securing
to his family In the ovont of his death, tho
necossnrle nnd comfort of life,
It i a mnttor of Impor
tance to soloct n company which
I at onco safo and economical. Tho Pro.
lection Life Insurance Compnny is such a
ono. It is Instituted on tho mutual con
tribution plnit, n plan by which live may
he insured ut nn oxpeno so small as
scarcely to bo felt. A membership foo for
a policy limited to $2,f00 it $14 00, or
for n policy of f',000 20.00, und the an
nual duct ate on tho first $t "0 nnd nn
tho last $5 00. For full particular', appli
cation should be mndn to Mr. Robblns.
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho sum plo room
has recolved the appointment of ngent for
tho sain of the Hiimmondsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wine Company's wines In this city
If the bottle with which wo hnvu been
favored Is u sample of Iho quality of
tlioo winc, then wo aro prepared lo any
thnt they are among tlie host we hnvo ever
tasled. He ha Jmi received a largo con
signment, which ho Is prepared to sell at
the lowest figures. He has also on hand u
large and complete stock of tho various
brands of Iri.h, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
T. 11. Kills, proprietor, c orner 7th street
and Commercial avenue, Culm, l., !
prepared to aceommolali! the public with
boArd by the day, wee); or month, at lower
rales than any other tlrU-cU house in
the city. The rooms urn all welt fur
nished, light and airy, good anmptn rooms
for the accommodation of Commercial
agent. Tho houo i located in tho een.
terof tho business pari of the city within
one square of tho post Olllce. 4-U-tf
A Sad Fai.i.ino Oct. It Is Indeed n
.sad fulling out when, after the closest in.
tlmaiiy, the hair pnrt company with the
head. Fortunately tbe Inmetitnhla sepa
ration may be easily prevented and tbe
twain more closely united than ever by a
timely and systematic use of Lyon'h
K ATHAiitoN, the mot potent Invigorant
of the hair nnd promoter of it growth and
beauty known to human pharmncy. It
completely obvintes the dry ar.d parched
condition of the roots of the hair, "which i
preliminary to its coming out, by supply
ing the precise degreo of moisture requi
site to its preservation to a healthy state.
It is the only true dissolvent and cvnpo,
runt of dnndpiir nnd other impurities of
tne scalp, whoso presence is injurious to
the hair. Asa beautifivr of tho head the
Kathniron lias no equal. It not only in
creases tho quantity of the hair, but im
ptoves it quality immediately, Impattlng
a lustrous nppcnrapco and silky texture
which aro exceldinyly attractive.
3-8 dcod Jctv H
N'kw nnd fa-hiouable Hats nnd Bonnets
just received by Sirs. Annn Lang on
Eighth street. Ribbons, Laeea, Dolly
Yarden, Trimmings, Velvets, fancy ar
ticles of ull vnrietic fresh and nuw.
Ladies call and examine our slock be
fore purchasing elaeivhcre. We consider
it a pleasure to how good whether you
purchnio or not. Everything is new ami
of the latest styles, tnbu sold very low.
Our Homo Advortisombnts.
.sign OF TflE
74 OIII. LKVEE,
Wholeiate and tl.tAll
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep n lull stuck of Pure iri!j(i-n.l
AIo e.illlp'.ele line ol Imlfl artlclea, tin
Hirted and AmenranMnapa,
riijfll.ei with, lame assortment ol Ortlclsta
St- V. .
CARBOLIC ACID" '
An elln tiial tirerenllre of Cholera, Typhoid
Tenr, .-mall. Fox. tfcsrlat Keier, Me.aela, Cat
tle Hi.i-rt.ii. cud nil peatllmtial and contagious
dl-esae. It la put up la paatboard enrtona. th
lop of which contain rfaratlon, from which
it can lie aprinkled as from a pepper box. Hold
by IHKC'I.AT BROS.
The retail price i s,, cents per pwkatre.
(Proeerilinira of th- llonrd of Hi'.sllli Official. J
llrru r lloai. or Ilnitil, Hr ll'ia, K. May,
Is'l The realdent iihyaleinna atatea that he liaa
used, In the city hospital, tho carbolic acid
p-iwder and huda It the l,rt dialnfeclaiit and
destroyer of tmzs, anls, cockroaches A?, or
which he haa knoxleiU. Your cornrnittee re
coiunianda the pnrvhaae of thla powder fur uar
in th linapitaN.
xSine l, K. If. O'llRIF.S,
I'lerk Hoard ot Uealth
W- are now inre-'elpt cf lieah alr;k nt
I'lirlhe araaou 1 a'eo a full line of
Au.l I'juilra Material iieaoreU)
A. N. Chviiey, i. fendmit, is notlrtcl that ou the
luih ila) of April. I"7-'. ii writ id atla'hinent wa
lllfd mil of the clerk 0!t ce of the Alesander
cniinty circuit court, iu llm Stain of llllnoia,
against lour et3te, rctiirnhln on Iho flrat Mon
day nf 'July, 1 72, nt thu i-uit of William A.
IIUKlie. phintilf, lor the aunt of fl"7.5o which
will haa wm executed, and aald still is how punil
ln iu "lid cnuri. Unlesa joil appear on the re.
turn day thereof, judgment will be rendered
njjnt jmi, nml llio v'siui'lien serrcl In aaid
euu.e roiiiiired tu an.wer and ho dealt uith w
eofillUKKi In. Kat'd April t.'d, l7i.
.IOII.V q. IIAUMAN, Clerk.
Mien, Mull:e) A Wlierlcr, pllIV att'y. 4-'Jfc lw.
A Social Party and daticu will bo
given at the hnuso of Mrs, Allen on 10th
street between Poplar and Commer
cial avenue, Tills ball is for the benefit of
a doaorvlng widow woman who lost ull sho
hail by fire last week. All should tako a
ticket and attend the party. Tickets only
SOrenti, ' lit
A DM I N LSTR ATOR'S SA L E.
Mil ICKilty villus: of an order and decree of
the circuit court of Alexander eoiinly, lllinma,
in.ele no tin, petition of tlie till !erit!nt'l, n Imill
lalntur de bjuiH non of the eatate of Ch.irlea
Kuril, devenaed, lor leave to v-ll Iho real catale
'f aiiul ilecea.eil, at the April term, A. V. U7J, nl
.aid court, I shall on the nth day of June, A. 1 1.
ls7V, hetvteen tne hours nf 10 o'clock a.m., and
lo'c.ocli, p.m., nf mi M day, eaill ut public ante,
at tho ilonr ol Ihe court liouai, In the city of
Culm, iu aaid county and btate, the follonltiK
ileai'iibed real cuiil-, altii'ileil iDtiieuity f Cairo,
county of Alexander and ataleof Illinnia, lo-uin
l.nt number ten (ll) and fiv fe.-t nil thr i-ii.t
aide nl lot niiiiilier eleven (11) In bloc It nuni
berd tKenty-lhree id) a lb. miii are ImoHn
an I deacrlbed on Ihe reconled map, or plat, of
raid city ol I'nlrii.
The paini'iils to bo mude aa follrms : (inc. half
eaau in iisiei, iiih hsihiii-o hi ix inoulha from
dty of mlc, t ne purvli'ier lo ;lre his note boar,
mi: alx percent, luiereai, srcuied by a intirtga
with power of aale, nil Ihe preinitea anld, In se
cure the unpaid portion nf the rurcha.u inoiiey.
Admlnintiutor do lionls uuu ol ll.e eiliile ol Char
lea Kuril, ilecniim-d,
April 1Mb, 171. VWwi.
SPRINGFIELDVN D ILLINOIS
SOUTH EASTERN R. R.
lu and after Monday, April 24th,
trains will run us follows-
.. 3:00 "
tasiNs uuiMa arii'TiiritT.
I.euve Virmnin iM t.. n)
" SprlnKlleld y.'jii "
,' T.i)lorllle 10 1 W
Arrive at fans 11,40 "
TUSI.Sa O'JIMI OHTllWKr,
I.euie I'aua I .no n. in J.H'iu. in
iiiymrsme s.sn i.
Arrive at nprmuiield...u.is " r..ou
Leave fnrnigllelil il.'i'i " 0.1(1
Arnveat VIikiiiui .'S " a.lft
K o t'T II K It N V 1 V 1 h I 0 N .
luaisa ouiso noeiiiriht,
Leave KiIkwooiI ft.llO a. n 10.10 i
riaii...... (,. i h1I.su
Arrlie in Mhawneel'n tja "
TKIS 001 Ml Ultlir.lHT.
Leave Sliawueelmvi 11.1.1 u, in :'.'U p, m,
" rim '1M " 7.00 "
Arms at lMxaood l.io :: "
TheAiiiea. in. train fiom IMnworlli runs only
Monduys, WedueadajD and Kridayn, and the 6.1j
a. ni, unln I roil i hhiiuncetown on Tuetdaya,
Thuradaya and rfOturUa) a.
Conuectaat Ashiaud with JacL'souvlllo division
ofCluuiKo and Alton Itallroad, lor Jacksonville,
1'etfinbtirKi Maauu City, and nil poiiilawest.
At rpriii;rield. with Chleoo t.i.d Allou, and
Tiilvdo, Walwah and Weatiirn Km I road, nr
lllooniliiKlou.CliieaKii and ull pojuia iKirlh.inrlli
weat ami weal,
At I'ans, with I ho Indiana and St, Louis, and
llllnoia Cenlral railroad, lor nil puinisnist, auutli
At Kdiiwoilli llhCliiCKodlvlalou llllnoia Ceif
At Muta witli Ohio and Mia. laalppi railroad.
At Shawneeloivn wilhateauiboala forCinolniiall
I'adtlCHh, Cairn and HI. l.ouia.
UHLANIi .SMITH, acn'l, Bup'l
John roooirr. flen'l Kr'Ht and Ticket Ag't.
Do you wiali lo recelfe all the banen.Ais nf
tS-IULIJE LICK, Ky.
Without the ipenan of a trip to those resorta,
If ao. apply in ua W' receive these waters 1
reel frm the aprlnra, anl are prepared to fur
nish them puie, ICC COLD, f'reth and l.lioly
from our counter. I'eraons llvliu at a dlaiance,
nrwhii wiah to bare tho water in their houses,
can lie supplied withMsratna;a;iti liQlllea and Blue
Lick tn botllea, k.ja and barrela. Call and nl
aclroiilar in rsuard to Ihe medicinal virtue of
these noted wateia.
gCSrC Ilauny wishes th
public to be informed thut ho
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that he is de
termined to sell evory article
at. prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day arr5
examine goods and prices. He
will satisfy you both as to qual
ity and cost.
WOOD I WOOD 1 1 WOOD II
The underaift-nsd will furnish
JHARD AND DRY WOOD
Ah Mieasp, II not 'lieaiper
ban auy wood dealer in Cairo. Leave order,
u ihi, alaius at the I'oslofticn an I ut Hoa' coal
yard, ou CniiiiiiercUl avenue, between Tenth and
twelfth streets. Cairo, Illinois, I ulru itood
measure and wil curd the wood up if denied.
iukIO II DK.NNIH HALEY.
1'AltKNU & BLAKE,
in alia in
WALL PAPER, PAINTS.
W1NPOW SHADES, a.
And the celebrated llliiiiilaatlnic
IIRO.HH' UlULDINd, CO It. llTIIHT, A COM