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CAIRO PAILT BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1872.
rMtetla Bull"" "
Hexrt Latter and lady arrived from
81. Louli evening boforo Int.
Wood for t 00 per lod at the Box
Factory. 10-fi-o o d-3m.
Mk. Davis of tho 'Sun' conlomplalcs a
villi to St. Louis, during tlio presont wtok.
Jcsrrocolved and for salo by D. Hurd
A Son, fifty half Wrols of crnborrlci
and fifty tubi of cholco butter. 10-4-Ct,
Fresh oysters received daily and for
ale by tho whole or half can at Phil,
TniRK aro roomi (or ten good boarders
at the CouH-IIouio hotel, and tho table
tupplied with tho bet In the market.
TiVu. Randall, living near Paducah,
loit hit barn and hit tobacco crop by flro
on Monday night. lie was offered $1,000
for tho crop jutt boforo tho flro.
The Metropolis fair commenced day
boforo yoilerday and will continue during
the week. Every ody seems to have gone
into the fair business this season.
John Wins was up boforo the polico
court for drunkennosi and was tent to tho
calaboose for 6 days. Mr. Wine wai the
only offender to tho city's poace arrested
"W ATM-proof St. Louis Lager lold at
the Thalia Saloon. Persons who drink
it defy itormi and dampnois, Mnd never
have occasion to pay a doctor om.
Thb U. S. District, court in soision at the
cuttom boue will, it i thought, adjourn
without having accomplished much. Tho
session, for somo reason, is to bo unex
A mieti.no of tho ladies of tho Episco
pal church will be huld at Mrs. Samuel
Walters', Waibington avenue, this even
ing (Thursday), at 3 o'clock. A general
and punctual attendance it requested.
Two hundred torcbos, wlilto and colored,
men and boys, all told, were in tho llepub.
lican procossion last night. Tho rneeting
at tho wigwam was addrcsied by Oglesby
and Beveridgo, and was unusually cnthu-ti&itic.
Mr. E. L. Dodiok, clerk of the snag
boat J. J, Abert, writes that the work of
removing tho wreck In the bend above this
city will soon have been accomplished,
Some portions of tho Blackhawk still re
main, but a fow moro torpedoes will de
stroy It. There is at present 8 feel of wa
ter on tho wrock. Last week the Abort
pulled threo snags weighing noarly six
tons; removed portions of six sunken flat
boats, and on tho wrock ot the Blackhawk
found two axols for gun carriages, having
about 100 lbs of brass attached; a fine
1,275 lb anchor, minus tho stork; 40 feet
of 1 J, and 76 feet of one-half Inch chains,
During her work she has explodod seven
torpedoos of 25 lbs each, and 34 of 12 lbs
Rev. Fkkd. L. Thompson roturnod
from conforonce yesterday, and by tho ac
tlon of that body, will remain in Cairo
another year. Conference also established
a Minlnn chargo in the uppor part of
Cairo, appropriating $200 for that pur
purpose, and hat sent Rev. 0. H. Farr to
fill It. Wo guoss thero is room for mis
sionary work In the outtklrU of tho Fourth
ward, and perhaps In other portions of our
city, and wo boliovo that Mr. Farr, If he
is energetic and faithful, may accomplish
something. Ho may, of course, rely upon
tho aisistanco of The Bulletin In his
efforts. Tho following is the list of ap
pointmonts of tho conferonco fortho Cairo
dittrict of tho Mothodiit Episcopal church
for tho coming conference year, William
J. Grant, Fresiding Eldor :
Cairo, F. L. Thompson.
Cairo Mission, C. II. Farr.
3Iound City, C. E. Cllno.
North Caledonia, T. C. Lopai.
Villa Ridge, V. O. Evers.
Dongola, O. W. Orabo.
Jonesboro, A. Campbell.
Saratoga, J. Campbell, superintendent.
Thobes, C. B. Sullivan.
South Pass, A. L. Greenlaw.
Carbondalo, S. Brooks.
Carbondalo circuit, A. L. Downoy.
Murphysboro, It. Fahi.
Grand Tower, Eugono Maz.
Stooloville, J. J. Boyor.
DeSoto, R. Thatcher.
Marion, C. J. TJouts.
Chester, L. S. Walker.
Compreiaed Yeast just received and for
salo at R. V. Belznor's, No. 142 Commer
cial Avo. 10-10.yt
The driver of a water cart backed
his machino into the river ovor the wall
yeiUrday, and unhitched his mule with a
jack knife. Both cart and mule were
taved by great exertions.
Ir you with to induigo In a delicious
cigar, patronizo 1'. Suup, Commorcial ave
nue If you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipei, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
Cigar store. tf
For Kent, a two-story business bouie,
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It is wel.
adapted for Saloon and Boarding homo
Apply to John IIeoaktt, No. 89, Ohio
Mr. Geo. Stei.vhouse, barber and hair
dreiser, corner of Eighth street and Com
mercial avenue,desires to call tho attention
of tho bearded community to his neatly ar
ranged saloon, and tho fact that ho is mas
ter of his profession in all its branches,
lie has bearded many a lion in his den, and
calls for moro. tf.
Two mortar men wanted to work on the
Arab online houio. No. 2. Waeos two
dollars and fifty cents per day, payable
every night or at the end of each wonk to
uit tho workmen. O. Steele.
Mr. Frank Uaefela has opened a meat
market on Washington avenue next door
to Tanner's grocery storo, batweon Tenth
and Eleventh streets, to which he invitnt
the attention of the public. The beet of
meats of all kinds kept constantly on hand
and delivered to any part of tho city.
Market open morning and ovoning every
Mr. Jno. IIavele, proprietor of tho
Central Moat Market located on Washinc-
ton avonue 4th door below Tenth streot
Keeps tho very best of meat alwavs on
hand, and will dclivor It in any quantity
from one to one thousand pounds at any
time to any part of the city frco of chargo
Last evening a white man omnloved ai
deck hand on tho towboat Wm. Cowon
fell off the sidewalk at Reed & Mann
foundry, a diitanco of sixteen feet, and
Injured himsolf in tho breast and legs to
verely. Ho was found by a policeman in
an almost inieniiblo condition and tont to
.he hospital. Wo could not learn his
Accommodations for a gentloman and
lady and a few day boarders may bo had
by inquiring at The Bulletin. Refer
ences given and required. sopt27tf
Immediately 600 hands to work on tho
O. A. A T. R. R. Good station work at
from 18 to 25 cents per vard. Wares
$2.00 and 2.25 per day.
II. J. Deal,
Contractor, Dexter City.
Tio contractor! and tie men on tho 0. A.
AT. R.R.at25cttpertie. Apply to J. H.
Uettiuno Charleston Mo. I0.10.lmo.
EICUUOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
Wm. Eichhoff has purchased tho Inter-
eit of his brothors in tho above establish
tnent In Cairo, and is now proiccuting the
rurnituro manufacturing business with
great success. Ho has a full stock of oxtra
leasonod lumber on hand, and can war-
runt every articlo ho manufactures. He
has alio a full stock of Bedstead). Chairs.
Tablos, Buroaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on band, and his prices
defy competition. Sales room at tho fac
THE HIDE AND FUR TRADE.
Bolow will l.o round tho corrected list
of pricet by II. Levi for hidci, tallow,
feathers, etc. H. Lovi doos a very largo
trado In his lino, and it is a woll known
fact that ho always pays tho highest prices
to bo obtainod in thli market. Ho is pay
Hides, dry flint Y! lb 10 to 17c
hiuub, gruun inutxi p 1U HtoUjc
Deer skins lb 20 to 25c
Tallow t lb n n r.n
Foatliorstl lb 35 toC5c
We aro receiving news of tho election
from all points juit as fait as possible.
We have turned our attention to tho mat
ter and 11 rid that wo are as well posted as
anybody in town. Wo rnako this state
ment for the information of those of our
friends who may bo anxious to knov;
whether we have heard from certain statei
or not, and hope it may deter thorn fronrl
asking us personally about tho matter.
We are buiy.
Muh. McUee, on Eighth street, has jutt
brought on a large and elegant stock of
fall and wlntor millinery, and desiroi to
call special attention to hor handsome col
lection of hati, bonnets'' arid floweri. Tb
latter aro among tho fineit aver opened in
tho city, and aro marked at very low
prices. M rs. McGee has also a beautiful
assortment ot ril.boni, laces and trimming
of all klndi, collars, undonleovci, notion,
etc., etc., all of the newest fashions and all
to be told lor a mere triue nlovo cost.
Louis Blatteau. whom evorvbodv
knows, and who Is tho friend of every
body, It now runy inuaiiea in his new
quarters, on Eighth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues. He of
fer to the public the best St. Louis beer
the choicest brands of wine and the purest
liquors to ba found in tho city, and hopes
mat mete, nvn treatment ana a cordial
reception, will inture to bim a generous
MMII V. uuwijw mivuabn B1JU
tti Louis lo hit new home. He hat a wel.
at lot varybody, and for you, reader,
OV THE CITY
Council CiiAMnmt, 1
it. 7, ISili.f
Cahio, Ills., Oct
Present Hi Honor Mayor LanBden
and Cunningham, Metcalf, Hurd. Phillis.
Stancil, Swayne, Taylor, Waldor and
On motion of Councilman Wood tho
reading of tho journal was disponsod with.
The roports of thu following namod oifl-
cert wore presented and on motion of
councilman Wood received and ordered
Med, viz : Win. McIIalo, jailer, B. Shan
neisy, P. M., and police couitabloi Lallue,
yr nucamp, Jiurtln, Holm and Mehner, for
September; and of polico constables Bil
Ungily and Martin for July, August and
"''""""'i ttBU U. Aluhuer on stroot
lamps for September.
A communication from Thm. iv
liday, city trcaiurcr pro lem, was' read".
n.lilH,. ..All t H 1
n..iK until iiuxv rriuay evening to make
final report. On motion tho request was
ORDINANCE COMMITTEE RETORT.
Tho ordinance comruittoo reported the
following ordinances for tho cousidoratlon
of the council :
An ordinance providing for tho removal
of the tracks of Ui.i Iinoa Central rail
road on Loveo street to tho easterly tido
of said street between Fourth und Four
l?nth itreets, and for tho improvement
of said Levee ttreet.
.v,.11 o;i8'ned b City Council of
the city of Cairo :
Sictjok l. Tht the eity ef Cairo
hereby agreet to pay to the tho Illinois
Central Railroad Company the turn of
throe thousand dollars ($3,000) In consid
eration of tho removal by It of itt tracks
on Loveo street, betweon 4th and 14th
streets, to tho oastorly tide of laid Loveo
ttroot to that thero shall bo tho diitanco of
at least thirty feet (30) foot between the
outside line or odgo of tho sidewalk on
said Lrvee street and tho nearest rail of
said tracks. Tho tops of the cross-ties of
the imido track shall bo levol with tho
surface of tho street botween it nnd tho
said sidewalk, nnd tho cross-lies of tho out
side track shall bo from two to thrcn
inches lowor than thoio of tho othor track
so that tbo drain ago shall bo towards tho
Ohio river ; and tho city of Cairo shall have
the privilege of draining tho said thirty
feet spaco undar tho tracks of said com
pany at convoniont intervals along said
Sec. 2. Tho committee on stroots is
horoby Authorized to procuro a
sufficient amount of tultablo gravel
und to havo the tamo properly
laid or placed on paid Lovca
stroot botwoen said sidewalk and tho in
sido track aforesaid, whonovcr said tracks
are removed, so as to put tho said Loveo
street in good condition for tito this Fall
Sec. 3. Whenever tho work provided
for in oithor of tho preceding sections bus
been completed in conformity with the
provisions thereof, it shall bo tho
duty of tho street committee to
report tho fact, and tho matters
connected therowith, to tho city
council, preparatory to the drawing of
orders on tho city treasury for tho doing
of said work or any part thereof.
Councilman Hurd moved that tho street
committee bo authorizod to notify tho I.
C. R. R. Co., that tho city council accepts
iti proposition, so that tbo company may
proceod at once with tho work. After
discussion the motion wai withdrawn.
An ordinanco regulating the bight of
Bo It ordained bv the citv council of the
city 01 uairo :
Section 1. That hereafter in the con
struction of chimneys for thopt, mills,
factories, or othor establishments whero
steam is ueed, the same sba.l bo not less
than mty ieet In night from tbo present
established grade of the streets or side
Sec. 2. Every person who shall hero-
after orect and maintain any chimnoy
contrary to tho provisions of tho preced
ing section, nnd every person who shall
hereafter use or maintaiu unv chimnov in
such a manner as to bo offensivu to, or
likely to bo injurious to tho health nnd
comfort of any portion of tho inhabitants
of tho city of Cairo, shall forfoit and pay
for tbo uso of tho citv of Cairo, tho sum of
flvo dollars for ovcry day such person so
maintains or uses such chimnoy after
writton notice served by any ono of the
polico ofllcors of tho said citv of Cairo. '
An ordinanco providing for tho construc
tion or certain sldowalk9 therein men
tioned. Bo It ordained bv the citv council of tho
city of Cairo:
section 1. That sidowalksbocomtructod
on tho following named Etrets, to-wit :
un tho northorly eldo or Twelfth street
from tho terminus of tho prosent sidewalk
on said stroot. botween Walnut nnd Cedar
stroots, to Locust streot; on tho southerly
side of Thirteenth streot from Commercial
avenuo to Washington avenuo; on tho
euit side of Holbrook avonue from West
Twenty-third street to West Twenty
fourth street; on tho couth side of West
Twenty-fourth streot from Holbrook
avenue, to Park avenuo.
Section 2. Said sidewalk, except that on
Thirteenth street, shall bo laid on the
natural ground, and the sidewalk on
Thirteenth stroot shall be laid to tbo grade
to which the itreet is filled.
Section 3. Said sidewalks shall bo con
structed as follows, to-wit: They shall bo
six Tout wide upon the top, except on said
avenuo where it shall be soven foct wide,
tho head or top covering to bo of whito
oak boards or planks two inches thick and
not moro than eight inches wide, the in
side lino of tbo covering to bo four feet
diitant from the front lino of the lots, ex
cept on said avenuo whero it shall bo five
foet distant, said boards or plunks to be
laid crosswise with the sidewalk, and
firmly set and well spiked on with at least
six twenty-penny nnlls in each board or
plank, to three stringers of not less than
threo inches thick by six inches wide
firmly set on edge and wMl spiked on to
sill or cronties not less than three Inches
wide by tlx inches thick,
placed crosswise to said sidewalk at
intervals of six feet, tbcto sidewalks at
street crossings to be oxtonded into thu
streets till thoy meet tho crosswalks
Tho posts of tho trcstlework of tho aide
walks on Thirteenth street shall bo four
inches square and tho Hills or cross.tins
shall bo pluced on edgo and gained or
morticed into the posts and well spiked on,
and the stringers shull bo notched tight to
said ail's or croes-ties, and in all
catos blocks of wood not less than ono foot
long and threo inches thick by six inches
wide shall bo placed under tho onds of
each sill or cross-tio whero tho walk is laid
on tho natural ground, and under tho onds
of each post whero tho walk is ulovated bv
trestlowork. If tho trestluwork is over
throo foot high tho same ahall bo firmly
braced and tho insido pouts oxtonded two
and a half feet above the sidewalk, to
which a hand-railing or strip of whito oak
plank ono inch thick by four inches wide
thall bo securely naiiod Said stringers,
sills, cross ties, posts and ground blocks
shall bo of whito or burr oak, rod cedur,
black locust or mulberry.
Section 4. It shall bo lawful for any
owner or occupant of property 1 routing on
any of said udowalks to bo constructed at
any time within fifteen (16) days from tho
timo this ordinanco goes into forco, to con
struct tho sidewalk in front of his or her
property in conformity with tho require
inents of tho ordinances already in force
concerning the building or construction cf
brick sidewalks, the grade not to vary
from that horein prcicribed,
Section 6. Upon tho expiration of laid
flftoon (15) days tbo city clerk shall pub
llih notice for ten days in tho nowspapor
publishing tho ordinances of tho city set
ting forth that soaled bids for furnishing
tho materia's or doing tho work,
or both, for tho construction of
eald sidowalks or any one or moro
of thorn directed to tho city council will
be received at his olflco up to tho timo of
tho meeting of tho city council in oint
eoiilon, for tho opening of said bids, which
meeting shall not bo earlier than 12 nor
later than 18 days from tho date of6ald
notice which shall specify or statu tho
time of said mooting and describe tho
work to bo done, otc, by roforring to this
ordinance, giving tho number, dato of ap
proval, etc., and that said ordinance is
suWjuct to examination at any timo at hit
St3. C. Said bids shall be opened by tho
? rMl u',uJ,rT.nco "f tho council, nnd
Inp th i,fidi0,nK workor furni'
ing tlio mater a s, or both for tlm n
itructlon ot ..Id sidewalk, 'or nv ono or
moro ot them shall bo 'awarded to Z
lowest, reiponilhlo bidder, who.h.U iuin.
c ently guarantee to the sati.factlon of t"0
city council the ifurnUhlng of ,ald mater
al, or the performance of .aid work or
both, under tho tuporlntondenco of tin.
ommilteoonstroott within tucli time or
timet at may bo flxod by contract.
Sec. 7. The costs and expenses of tho
conitructlnn of said sidowalks shall be
paid oai of fundi raited by special taxa
tion of contiguous propsrty as now pro
vided by law.
Sec. B. That lections Ihroa
J, (8) and olght, (8) of
dlnanco No. fourtcon, (14 (of
1 ;",on or ordinances,) ap
proved November 27th, A. D. 1871, so far
as the tamo are applicable shall be ob
tervod and followed in carrying out
the objects sought by this ordinance.
finance committee's report.
Tho committee on flnnnco reported that
jn accordanco with tho Instructions 6f a
joint resolution of tho city council, adoptod
Aug. utn, thoy lmd dostroyod by burning
nlnoty.flvo July 1872 coupors dotachodT'harlcs Tbrupp, laying off St.
from tlio O. & St. L. R. R. bonds. Alio . rM,"rA'' n.d fV n'tt
that by authority of ordinance No. 10 thoy Al Oct jfc, S.?"
had takon up, canceled and destroyod bond
No. 1 ismed to Fox, Howard & Co., for
tho sum of $8,077 84, and had iisuod in
lieu thereof sixteen $500 bonds numborod
from 3 to 18, both inclusivo. Thut thoy
had paid fifteen dnys Intorcst on said
bond amounting to $33 C5, and had nlso
authorized tho city trensuror to pay out of
the gonorai fund tho balance of eald bond
In caih, viz : $77 84.
Tho said committco also reported that
thoy hud destroyed by burning $6,383 80
in city scrip drawing $31 68 interest, and
had also destroyed coupons to tho amount
or $6,070 55.
On motion of Aldorman Swayno tho
abovo reports wero received and approved
and ordered filed.
RETORT ON DUNNINO's RESIGNATION.
Tho said committee alio reported back
Street Supervisor Dunning's resignation,
stating that they had examined his ac.
counts and found them to bo corroct.
On motion of Aldorman Sullbrd tho re
port was recefved and ordered filed.
Said committco alio reported back ns
corroct tho report of A. II. Irvin, county
collector, on tho collection of delinquent
city taxes placed in his bands.
On motion of Alderman Safford, tho re
port was rocoived and ordered filed.
A petition of A. Halley and othors
praying the construction of a eidowalk
on tho west side of Twolfth stroot, from
Walnut to Locust streets, was read.
An ordinanco having been already In
troduced providing for tho construction ol
said eidowalk, no action wai taken on said
A potition of Groen and Wood, and
othors was presented, praying permission
to extend the presont mill switch on Ohio
levoo from its presont terminus so as to
connoct the samo at tho south end with
tho track running from tho I. C. R. R.
Alderman Safford moved that tho peti
tion bo received and tho request granted.
A petition of Charles Galighor und
othors, representing that tho buildinc on
lot 31, In block 27, in first nddition to
Cairo, is in n dangerous condition, nnd
aiking tho council to tako action in tho
Aldorman Safford moved that tho city
marshal bo requested logivo proper notice
to tho owner of the building, as required
by tho ordinances. Carriid-
A petition was presented from Peter
Conlan and Thomas Fitzgerald, sidewalk
laborors, praying tho council to raise their
wages to an amount equivalent to 2 per
day in curroncy.
Councilman Taylor moved that tho com
pensation ol said laborors bo fixed at $2.25
a day In scrip. Carriod as follows:
Ayes Hurd, Safford, Stancil, Swayno and
Taylor 5. Nays Cunningham, Metcalf,
Phillis, Waldor and Wood 5.
Tho voto being a tie tbo mavor voted in
tho aflirmativo and tho motion was de
Tho following bills wero presented and
on motion of Aid. Swayno referred to tho
propor committees, viz :
Patrick Sweonoy, hauling drunk-
jsn man to jail $ 50
N. Cantwell, running garbage
cart in Septemoor go qq
Win. Mcllulo dieting prisoners in
neptemoor, my days
Thus. Fitzgerald, 25 days' work on
P. Coalun, 25 duys' woik on
Wm. McUalo, 24 days' work on
0. 11. Woodward, hurdwaro fur
Jos. Brankel, 6 days' work on
park lento in Oct..., 1
11. i. ivuvore, o uays' work on
park fenco in Oct ir
Frank llomis, 6 duvs' wurk ,in
park fence in Oct jq q0
John Mooro, cutting down two
trees in parK
JohnGladney, hauling 1 carload
lumber for park fence
Wm. Newell. 6.000 feet cvnri'.tii
lumber for park foncc
Huso, Loomis & Co., ice for St.
Mary's park laborors 5
ilurclay Bros., medicines for Jail! 0
John Gladney, huuling 83 louds
Cairo City gas company, for gas
used in 84 itrcot lumns in Sn.
F. Vincent, 2 bbls llmoand drny
go Cairo Box and Baiket Co., 7.03J
Geo. G. Smith, removing bridg'o
across Seventh nnd Walout sts.
and building steps and cross
ings cash or its equivalent In
P. Saun. Josonli Mi-k'nnvl,, 11
Artor, M. J. McGauley, J. O
Sullivan and J. T. Ward, judge?
of Into election, oach 1
Wm. M. Williams, J. O. Crowlov
clorks of lato oloctlon, each 2
Houso Loomis & Co., ico for
A n.. u . ..i .. u
vnui, uujn, omury u city mnr
thai E. A. Hurnett, Sept. salary at city
M, J. ilowloy, Sept. sulary ns city
Thos. W. Halllday. Sent, sn'lurv
ns city troaiuror, pro tern 100 00
juiiii .u. jiinsuon, qrs. sulary
ns mayor to Sept, 0th ,,
L. H. Myrrs, chief of polico for
Chan. Mehner, Phillip Huim.' ii'
F. Billingsly, J. O.LuH,10 F
W hitcamp and U. T. Martin,
salary us polico constables for
w- Wootton, Sopt. salary as
health officer.. ; 75
B. Hhanncuy, P. M., Sept. salary 2fl
.Hroii , P M., 4 moniht ,alary
to Oct. mil
Frank Drum, hauling"
us, and plowing and harrow-
Ing road from outside the
lovee, throe-fourthi mllo 120 00
Josoph Brankel, 23J dayi work
on park fence In Sopt 82 26
Frank Beralt, 22 dtyt work on
park fence in Sopt 44 00
Joicph Lehmos, 21 days work
on park fonce In Sopt 43 00
N. A. Devore, 8J dnys work on
park fonco In Sopt 27 03
John II. Oborly, publishing coun-
ell proceedings in Sont. &c 68 37
jonn uiadney, lutuilng ror St,
t ... ..l, Ol I-..?.
Rougli and Beady Firo Co., 3d,
qrs, allowance to Oct. 1st 60 00
Ulbornlan Firo Co., 3d, qr.'t al
lowanco to Oot. 1st 60 00
Cairo Box and Basket Co., 17,701
ft. lumber at $19 and 630 ft. at
$15 nor M 315 40
R. II. Cunningham, rent of coun
cil chamber for Sept 40 0b
.las. GhiIi, nails &c 14 88
Thos. Nailon, hauling two drunk
en mon tojrtll 1 00
J. T. Welch 3 mos. torvico as en-
glnoor to Oct. 6th 37 50
M. . Wooton, 7 days guarding
small-pox houte, 21 00
Clmi. I- if h, 0 days uuardini: small-
pux houre. 18 00
banuy Koblnion. attendance at
post homo 16 davs in Sopt 23 67
L. JorgcnioD, grocorios for pest
houso 14 30
John Cahill, for tilling crossings
on Com'l, and Wash. avoi. and
slough on bycamore street 1149 83
Dr. II. Wardner. services attend
ing small-pox casos 2G 00
Tho mayor submitted tho following
resolution which was, on motion of Coun-
cilmar. Hurd, adopted, viz :
Whereas, in conscquenco of the jproad
and Increaso recently of tho small-nox in
St. Louis, Chicago nnd other cities, not
diitant from ui, our city is now nnd very
prouauiy win no moro or loss exposed to
tho diteaso this fall and winter. Threo
out of tbo vo rocclt cases wo lmvo had
havo came from tot. Louis; theroforo,
Jlesolced, That tho board of health bo
nnd it is horoby initructod to report to
1110 council at us noxt meeting on t riday
evening somo more efficient plan or means
for tho more gonorai vaccination of tho
peoplo ot tho city.
Thoclorkoponod tho poll books of tho
Into olection held on tho 2tth ult., for city
trcaiuror to fill tho vacancy caused by the
death of Jos. B. Taylor, from which It ap
peared that for said office,
Robert A. Cunningham received in
tho Island 2d ward 183
Robert A. Cunningham, received in
tho 3rd und 4th wards 1C3
M. B. Wiloy, received in tho 1st and
2d wards CO
M. II. Wiloy, recoived in the 3rd and
4th wards 0,',
C. K. Slack, received in tho 1st and 2d
C K. Slack received in tho 3rd and
4th wards 43
Whereupon tho following resolution
was introduced, and, on motion of Coun
cilman Wood, adopted, viz:
W iieheas, it appari from tbo returns of
wiu into !iui-mi mention uuiu on tuo -uu
day of September, for tho office of city
troasurer, to fill the vacancy caused bv tho
death ot Jos. B. Taylor. Roht. A. "Cun
ningham received 310 votci, C. K. Sluck
123 votes and M. B. Wiloy 155 votes
theroforo be it
Jlesolced. that Robt. A. Cunningham
having received tho largest number of
votes cat for laid office he is horeby de
clared elected thereto for tho balanco sf
tho official year.
Tho official bond of Robt. A. Cunning,
ham as city treasurer, with John Gockel,
Peter Neff, James Ross, P. Fitzgerald,
John Howlcy, Louis Herbert and G. D.
Williamson as socuiitiei thereon, was
preionted and read, and on motion of
Councilman Wood received and ordered
State nnd city bonds of Mrs. Kato
Ghfo wero preionted and on motion of
Councilman Hurd received and ordered
RESOLUTIONS CONCER.NINO "OREEN
IIACKs." Councilman Taylor offorod and moved
tho adoption of tho following resolution
which was adopted, viz: '
Ileaolved, That tho committee on
finance bo und thev horebv ar authnrizwl
und instructed to dostrov by liiirninir
whatever small certificate! of indebtedness
known as urcenbucks uro in tho rx,i.iswin
of tho city treasurer.
Councilman Taylor offered tho follow
ing resolution which was, on motion
of Councilman Hurd adopted, viz :
Jlesolvcd, That a special committco of
threo to bo appointed by tho mayor, bo
instructed to oxumino into thocondi
tion of tho bridgo across Cache rivor on
tho .Mound City road, and report to the
next mooting ot tho city council, in joint
session, on iriday evening, what in thoir
opinion, is necessary to bo dono to
keep said bridge in good ordor for the
present, and alto what is I est to be dono
with reference to its romoval to tho point
whero tho now county road strikes Cacho
river, and that said committco bo alio in
structed to confer with tho county author
ities of Pulaski county and invito their
co-oporation in tho muttor.
iho muyor uppointod ns such commit
tco, Messrs. Tuylor, Safford nnd Hurd.
On motion of Aid. Safford, adjourned.
M. J. Howley, City Clerk.
Clly Nntlonal Bonk Bntliliuff.
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Soven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and ono-hnlf libs. Primo
Bio Coffee, Ono Dollar 5 Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-fivo Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
ery thing proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
WOOD UITTENllOUHE & UKO.,
General Commission Merchants
133 OHIO LEVKE,
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY!
A place vhco you tun buy at much for
ui you can elsewhere for
OA'B DOLLAll AND A QUARTER
The undersigned would re.pcctfully in
form tho public that thoy havo fitted their
new storo houso on Eighth street with tbo
finest and best assorted stock of
general merchandise ever beforo broucht
to this market. and In nnlnr
to secure a largo portion of tbo patronage
of tho public,
AVE AHE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUIiGOflOS AT LOWEU
ANY OTHER ESTAB-
LISUMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock it entirely now, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trado of this locality, nnd consists
of Ladies, Gents nnd Children's
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS & CAPS.
And all othor articles to be found in a
first class dry goods and clothing establish
Wo call especial attention to our largo
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department is coraplcto in
all Us detaili. Ourstockof
is tbo largest In tho city, and wo aro en
abled to offer special inducements to pur-chaiera.
In Gentlemen' Clothing, Hoots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo are fully prepared to meet all de
mands at prices defying competition. As
it is to tho interest of every ono to buy
whore goods arc cheapest and best
wo cordially invito tho public
to call and examine our stock beforo pur
Our establishment Is located on tho oast
side of Eighth street, botween Washington
and Commercial avenues.
Blum & Amson.
Our Home Advertisers .
1 1.1.1. n Kit r.
MHpecinl attention paid to orders Irom steam
boats night or day
$3.00 PER DAY
saved by going to John Taner's
to purchaso saddles and har
ness, at his saddle storo on
Washington avonuo. All
kinds of repairing dono on
saddles and harness, and car
rirgo painting and trimming
on Bhort notice, in good style
by good mechanics. Call and
examine my stock, and prices
at Ko.l in Cairo.
MRS. Mo GEE,
On ElKhtli Street, Ijeiwcen Commercisl and Wash
.. n.ouuoB. ia uat;y receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST SFHIKO AND 8UMMKII STYLES
HcBKlen a lull line of
BOlsriTE'I'S &c HAT8
ITrimmod and untrimmod,
KHENOU FI.OWEK8. IUM10N8, TRIMMINGS
of all klndi, Laces, etc., etc.
F.Wtfe'iS.'.iM0 Ure M'rtment 0
Tl.:a. COLLAIIH, UNDEIIHLEEVES
KUFFB, HAHHjJa, KANB, '
And all othor articles usually lound In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mm!c0,,e,JD ''''Ion to her stock of Fmnor
nd Millinery good, hai a fine and eomnleie a.
-""ifl' ot. Cincinnati Custom Made1 Ladlea
nil Misses' Hlipea and Chlldrens Itooti. lllank
and In Color. 'Ihese are acknowledged lo 1
tno finest and beit shoes in tho market, Ld thli
the only plwe in the city tbat make, them a
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOE8T VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nlnctffiulti street sad Com.
REGULAR CAIRO. l'ADUOAlI A EVA.NS-
yujuk semi-wekkcy u. a.
The Fast snd Elegant i'fUior Bleamar
lACK DltAMMEIt, Master.
Kd. Thomas, Clerk.
tST Leaven Cairo for I'udiicah and Kvans
vide, every Tlmroday and Sunday evening,
atO o'clock, ronncctin at Kvanivlllc with
the Louisville and Cincinnati packet. For
freight or immnKi! apply to
James llioos Passenger Ait't.
RKOUI.AK CAIRO, PADUCAH KVANS
VILLE SEMMVEEKLY PACKET.
The fine Passenger Packet
HEN. HOWARD Mate
Nkolky Ruiti) Clerk
HTLeat ci Cairo for Paducah and Evans,
vlflu every Titday and Friday evening at d
o'clock. For freight or pa.iango appV 011
hoard or to
Jameh Hindu. Pac ngcr A't.
REGULAR CAIItO AND EVANSVII.EE
SEMMVEEKLY .MaIL LINE PACKET.
The line low pressure Passenger Packet
V. 11. PENNINGTON Mat
fSTLcavcd Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening at (I o'clock, for Padu .all
and Evaiiovillc. For freight or parage up
ply on hoard or to
JAmeh Hicog, Paengcr Ag't.
" CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Ttie eplendld tetmer
Dick Fowler, Captain
Lpjvci Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), al
I a.m. For freight orpuMagu apply on board
or to ,U. IJious, Ag't.
UAIlU. AND MOUHD CITY
HTEAX TV U,
Will mk threo trips dully.
At 7 . . a.m.
.At M . a.m
At I SKI ,IUll
I.KAV'll MOUND CITY
At M'u a.m.
At l-Jtt. . 11.111.
Fxiri facli wnv. :tn fi.nt. tn til-r.. in
6J U. Will land, when hailed, at any jjooil
liileriiicdluti; landlni; for pactigeri 01
Ill AT NTtlHKN.
S A M WILH i) N ,
Ohij Levse Caiko, III.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
0 itery detcriptUn,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASH, RLINDS
Steam no at Lumber,
FurniahH cn ortet notice.
Commercial -a v, bet. 10th and Hth-sta.,
WI.MJI AMI I.IUOUHM.
WUOLIIIAII AND BtTilt MIDIU 1.1
I WINES AND LIQUORS-1
And proprietor of ne" and cpcndld
NO. 7.') OHIO Lkvee,
CAIRO, - - ILLINOIS,
Keeps enn-tantly on hand tho cliolccbt of
Wines and Liquors, which lie will hell at the
very lowest Ugtirus. Call and examine.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep constantly on hand a most com
pitta stock of
SCOTCH AND IUISII WUI8KIES
Port, Mftdoria, Shorry und Catawba Wino
RUMYTII A CO. fpl ojcluclTCly for cash, Ui
, which fact they inrita tho ospncUl ttn.
mod f clntA harifHin buyers.
F. M. STOOKFLETII,
SPOCSSiOB TO rOIILI STOCKrtlTB
Keotlrer and WboIle Dalr 1st
forclira sad IlomMllo
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 62 Ohio Lxvxk,
TTB keeps en hand eonitsnily a full stock
O.OId Kentucky Bourbon, Ky and Mononga
leli Whiskies. Prenoh Breadles, UollAnd Ola
MkUe A&d UallferaiaWUee Ju