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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 187t.
LOCALS OF THE WEEK.
GRAND "RALLY OF THE
Our friends in all the neigh
boring towns are earnestly
requested to como as organ
ized Greeley and Brown clubs.
The fare on the railroad
and packets will be reduced to
one-half. We intend to have
a grand rally on the 19th.
per load it the Box
HVS-o o d-3m.
VfooD for $1
Brtson and Bedard risked the J.J.
Abert in Bird's bend yesterday.
w k guess that at tbe end or Tear our
rirer editor will ttill be at lent one
i ocsd Citt was blested with a refresh
ice rain resterdav mornlnc. but Cairo
Fkesb oysters received daily and for
ale by the whole or half can at Phil
Go to the onter mpper tonight in
Peter CuhU building cn the leree, given
br tbe ladies of the Lutheran church.
Don't forget it.
Tot neat and elegant Belle Vernon,
Capt. Darrah, it the packet for Memphi
thit evening. Don't forget the leave
promptly on arrival of the train.
A vi rt narrow aperture the crack
of a whip. Ex.
Yet, but we have seen many a big dog
get out at it.
Rates of freight to New Orleans are
advancing, and steamboat men would be
happy if there was only a little more
water on the ban.
We have for tale, a few bound volumes
of tbe Caibo Peice Current for October 1,
1S7I, to October 1, 1S72. Enquire at tbe
Brum office. 10-l2d2t
Ora readers will get a better idea of
the truth if for 29 inches " diameter " they
will read " circumference,'" In the article
relating to the big sweet potato yesterday.
"Wm. Pratt and John Kiehaui were
thrown from a buggy in Paducab the other
day, and much injured in their faces and
limbs. Nothing serious however.
Ir there is any baby show at the fair it
will be an impromptu one cotton up on
the spur of the moment Paducah Ken
tuehxan. Which, the show or the baby ?
The managers of the Bismark Bund
have determined to spare neither labor or
ezpenie to make their coming ball tbe
affair of the season. Let everyone keep
it in mind.
Lt.v Faxox don't believe that thero are i
three hundred and ninety-two babies in j
Cairo under twelve months old. A
stranger would imagine to hear him talk,
that he had never lived here. Cairo can
beat tbe world and Paducah besides-
pretty babies, all of them, too. Cairo
Well suppose we did live thero once,
what has that fact to do with the large
number of babies "under twelvo months"
old ? We confess that we can't see tbe
connection. Paducah Ktniuekian.
That wasn't the answer at all.
Block stamping done at tbe Grover
& Baker sewing machine rooms, Wash
ington avenue. Postoffice address,
H. F. Goodyear,
10-12-lm. box COO, Cairo, Ills.
Ir you wish to indulge In a delicious
cigar, patronize P. Saup, Commercial ave
nue If you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
Cigar store. tf
For Rent, a two-story business house,
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It is wel.
adapted for Saloon and Boarding house
Apply to Joiih Heoartt, No. 69, Ohio
The several committees ap
pointed by the executive com
mittee of the Greeley and
Brown club, to make arrange
ments for the mass meeting
and torch light procession on
Saturday next, are requested
to meet this (Thursday) af
ternoon in joint session, at the
Greeley and Brown head
quarters, in Winter s block,
for the transaction of import
ant business. All the mem
bers are urced to be in at
P. W. Barclay,
Mocxd City is awake and will be rep
resented in force in the procession on Sat
urday night. Capt. Hamblcton's Ways
will be represented by a magnificent boat,
gorgeously decorated, and drawn by an
unlimited number of horses. Tho occa
sion will be characteristic and will furnish
food for reflection.
John Bbow.v was up before tbe police
court for drunkenness, and was fined $1
and costs, which he paid.
George Robertson for carrying concealed
weapons, fined f 3 and costs. Paid.
Charles Miller for fighting, $5 and costs.
John Jones, for the same offense, $5 and
costs. Star of execution granted.
Dr. McCabe's great ague cure or com
pound extract of Liriodendron is purely
vegetable and will sever barm the most
delicate constitution. It is well adapted
to all ages and sexes and not only cures
tbe most severe attacks of chills and fever,
but tones up the system to such a degree,
that a relapse rarely, if ever, will take
Two boot-makeri. Only tho very best
need apply. Fhkd. WiXTXHnERa.
Immediately 600 hands to work on the
C. A. & T. R. R. Good station work at
from 18 to 26 cents per yard. Wages
$2.00 and 2.25 per day.
II. J. Deal,
Contractor, Dexter City.
Tie contractors and tie men on the C. A.
&T. R.R. at 25 els per tic. Apply to
J, II. Betuune,
Mo.lO-lmo. Charleston Mo.
A good reliable boy to work in tho jew
elry store of E: and W. Budor. Apply at
tho store 10-12-3t.
House and two lots In block fifty lots
No. 35 and 3C situated on Eighth be.
tween Washington and Walnut For
further particulars as to terms apply on
premises or address P. 0. box 654.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD
Mr. Jao. Hafele, proprietor of tbe
Central Meat Market located on Washing
ton avenue 4th door below Tenth streot
Keeps the very best of meat always on
hand, and will deliver it in any quantity
from one to one thousand pounds at any
time to any part of tbe city free of charge.
We call the attention of our readers to
the interesting account of the reunion of
the children, grandchildren and great
grandchildren of tho centenarian, Richard
Paulson, at his home near Uackonsack,
Bergen county, New Jersey. Mr. Paul
son is the grand father of Mrs. W. F.
Pitcher of this city, and Mist Lida Pitcher
was present at the family gathering.
Mr. C. IIannv has just returned to this
city with a stock of fall goods, which for
quantity, quality, style and cheapness ho
is confident has never been cquallod in
this city. He will offer an assortment of
ladies' dress goods, handsomo prints, mus
lins, notions, etc., etc., at extremely low
figures. Call and examine, and be con
Mr. Geo. Stki.vhouse, barber and hair
dresser, corner of Eighth street and Com
mercial avenue.desires to call the attention
of the bearded community to his neatly ar
ranged saloon, and tho fact that ho is mas
ter of bis profession in all its branches.
Be has bearded many a Hon in his den, and
calls for more. tf.
Mr. Frank Uaefela bus opened a meat
market on Washington avenue noxt door
to Tanner's grocery store, botweon Tenth
and Eleventh streets, to which he invites
the attention of tho public. Tho best of
meats of all kinds kept constantly on hand
and delivered to any part of the city.
Market open morning and evening every
The fire night before last destroyed two
old shanties and a skeleton frame, situa
ted on tbe corner of Twenty-fourth and
Poplar streets. Two of them were occu
pied. One by Mrs. Clark, who lost every
thing. "As far as the bouses aro concerned,
tbey are well rid of. Being located so far
way tbe Ore had gained so much head
way, that by tbe time tbe firemen bad ar
rived, tbey could do no good, save to pro
tect tis sidewalk, wblcb tbey did to tbe
beete (heir ability.
At the regular convocation of the Cairo
chapter, No. 71 Royal Arch Masons, tbe
following officers were elected to serve for
tbe ensuing year:
John McEwen, High Priest.
Jobn Antrim, King.
Herman Meyers, Scribe.
Louis Jorgensen, Captain of Host.
P. W. Barclay, Principal Sojourner.
Jas. A. Phillis. R. A. Captain.
B. F. Blake, Muter Third Vail.
H. Given Hagev, Master Second Vail.
E. C. Uhl, Master First Vail.
Fred Korsmeyer. Secretary.
Paul G. Scbub, Treasurer.
Frank Bedakd, Mr. Bryson and D.
M. Knowles of St Louis; F. Crawford
and ladyfof Michigan ; S. W. Latham of
Wisconsin; U.S. Merrill superintendent,
E. C. Rice and W. P. Clark of tbe Cairo
1 Vincennes railroad; D. M. Currie of
Mississippi; H. O.Whitman and lady and
Miss Bell of Evansville; Geo. H.Tenny,
contractor on Mississippi Central railroad;
F. S. Burrows and R. W. Brown of Cin
cinnati; F. Rouse of England; W. S.
Carkin and J. L. Harden of Chicago, and
W. P. Lamoth of Alton, were among the
Louis Blatteac, whom everybody
knows, and who is the friend of every
body, is now fully installed in his new
quarters, on Eighth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues. He of
fers to tbe public tbe best St. Louis beer
the choicest brands of wine and tbe purest
liquors to be found in the city, and hopes
that these, civil treatment and a cordial
reception, win insure to him a generous
share of public patronage. Come and
see Louis in his new home. Ho has a wel
come for everybody, and for you, reader,
a cordial one. tf.
Mrs. Anna Land, Eighth street be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, has lust received a large and varied
stock of fall goods, and desires to call par-
ticuiar attention to her handsome assort
ment of ladies' and children's underwear
something new in this market. Her
woolen drawers and leggins combined are
also something now and the most comlort
able thing for children in cold weathor
ever devised. Mrs. Lang also has a wel
selected assortment of hats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all sorts, all
of which will be sold as cheap as can be
found elsewhere in this market.
The preliminary examination of Mrs.
Baugb, who shot her husband evening be
fore last, took placo before Judge Bross
yesterday. The evidence showed that be
was sitting in the door, half asleep, after
tbe first fracas, when sho shot him. The
noleo wakod him up, but be thought some
one bad struck him over tho head with a
club, and not until othors told him did he
know he was shot. Baugh testified that
thero was a pistol hid sornewhero in the
house, and one of the children statod that
the mother had the pistol hid in a rat
hole But tho evidence did not show
whether she used this pistol, or procured
another. Baugh was able to appoar in
court. Mrs. IJauBh in default of $1,000
bail was committed to jail to await trialat
the next term of tho circuit court.
Immediately, In Chicago, 1.C00 good
brick-layers. Wages, $5 00 per day.
Apply to Room 2, Exchange building, S.
W. Cor. Clark and Washington streets,
100 traoklayers and section mon on the
Cairo and Vincennes railroad. Steady
employment, and good wages to good men.
Apply to Ohas. Q. Wood,
or the foreman on the works near Mound
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
engineer s otlico in Jacksou lennoiiec un
til November 1st, 187L', for about three
hundred thousand cross tics, said tie
must be sevon by eight inches and nine
The company reserve the right to re
ject any or all bids.
S. B. Reed,
10-17d2w Chief Engineer.
OYSTERS I OYSTERS I
At wholesale and retail, stowed,
fried, broiled and baked, raw
and on the half-shell, by the
can, keg, box or barrel, at Harry Walker's
St. Nickolas restaurant on Commercial
avenue. Oysters in every style at all
hours day and night. Henry Mver pre
sides over tho culinary department. As
a caterer he hat no equal, and Harry's
customers can always bo assured of a
warm meal at any hour of tho day or
night, that will meot the requirements
and please tbe taste of tbe most fastidi
EICHHOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
Wm. Eichhoff has purchased the inter
est of his brothers in the above establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting the
Furniture manufacturing business with
great success. He has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant every article- be manufactures. He
has also a full stock of Btdtttads, Chairs.
Tables, Bureaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on hand, and his prices
defy competition. Sales room at the fac
THE HIDE AND FUR TRADE.
Below will be found the corrected Hit
of prices by H. Levi for bides, tallow,
feathers, etc. H. Levi does a very large
trade in bis line, and it is a well known
fact that he always pays the highest prices
to be obtained in this market. Ho is pav
Hides, dry flint '$ lb 16 to 17c
Hides, green salted f3 lb 3toDjc
Deer skins p( lb 20 to 26c
Tallow lb StoCc
Feathers 0 lb 36 to 65c
KEOULAK MEETING Or THE CITT COUNCIL.
COUNCIL ClIAMIIFH. I
Cairo, lib., Oct. 11, 1S7J. (
Present His Honor tbe Mayor and
Buder, Hurd, Metcalf, Phillis, Robinson,
Standi, Swayne and Taylor 0.
A quorum not being present, on motion
ot Aid. Buder, the council adjourned to
meet on Monday evening next at 7 o'clock
M. J. Howley, City Clerk.
ADJOUHNED REOULAK MEETINO OK THE
Council Ciiamiieii. )
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 14, 1072. J
Present His Honor Mayor Lansden
and Hurd, Metcalf, Phillis, Robinson, Saf
ford, Scbuh, Standi, Stratton, Swayne and
On motion of Aid. Swayne the reading
of the journal was dliponsed with.
An ordinance entitled "an ordinance
providing for tho construction of certain
sidewalks tberoin mentioned," was read a
second time, and, on motion of Aid. Saf.
lord, referred to the board of aldermen:
the aeight of chimneys, &c," was
read a second time, and on motion of
Councilman Hurd, referred to the board of
(Councilman Wood appeared in his
An ordinance entitled "an ordinance
providing for tho removal of the tracks of
tbe Illinois Central railroad, on Levee
street, to tho easterly sido of said street, be
tween Fourth and Fourteenth streets, and
for the improvement of said Lo veo street,"
was read a second time, and, on motion of
Aid. Safford, referred to the board of
(Councilman Woodward appeared In
CACHE KIVEtt JIRIDtJK HI'ECIAL COMMIT
Tho special committee to whom on tho
7th instant was roferred tho subject of un
examination of tho bridge acrosss Cacho
river, reported that with tho assistance of
Mr. Gregg of Mound City, Mr, Korr.
bridgo builder on tho U. is V. R. R., and
air. Ihrupp, they had oxaminod said
bridgo and found it to bo in a vory unsafe
condition, but that by temporary repairs it
can bo made to stand a yoar or so more,
and that they bad invitod proposals to
make such repairs. Tho commlttco ro
ported that under tho now road law it is
the duty of tho commissioners of high
ways of township 17, S. R. l W. to attend
to such ropalrs, but as said commissioners
have not aufflclont means at their com
mand to defray the cost, it seems tho only
way in which these repairs can bo
promptly made and communication with
the country afforded, Is for the city to fur
nish them funds" with which to make up
tbe deficiency to pay for the requirod ro
palrs. The coramlttoe reported that tho
tunds to reimburso tho city for this ex
penditure will bo furnished by tho taxes
loviod by the said commissioners, but will
not bo paid into tbo city treasury till
next spring. Tho commiltco recom
mended tho adoption of the following res
Htsolvtd, That tho SDccial commlttoc
appointed on the 7th inst., in roferonco to.
cactio river bridgo, bo and tbey hereby
aro instructed and authorized lo contract
with tho commissioners of highways for
township 17 S. R. 1 Wo it in Alexander
county, or such other parties as thoy tniy
deem expedient, to havo tho necessary re
pairs made upon tho bridgo across Cacbn
rivor on tho Mound City road at once, to
as to mako it info for paMage, so much of
tho cost thereof to bo paid out of tho city
treasury as tho commissioners of highways
Iltsohed, That tbo said commlttco bo
alo authorized and instructed to havo
props red plans for a now bridgo to bo
constructed Across Cacho river at tho
point whoro tho now county road strikes
On motion of Alderman Swayno tho re
port was received and tho resolutions
adopted by tho following votoi Ayes
Hurd, Metcalf, Phillis, Robinson, Safford)
Schuh, Standi, Stratton, Swnyne, Taylor,
Wood and Woodward 12. Nny 0.
Report of Jos. B. Taylor, city treas
urer, from August 1st to 19th inclusive,
and ofThos. W. Halliday city treasurer,
pao tern, from August 27th to October
8th, together with a statement of tho
amount of taxes collected on tho general
warrant for 1871, and n statement of the
balances in tho diflercnt fund, paid ovor
to his successor, and also duplicates of
receipts of his successor for funds, books,
papers Ac, handed over to him, wore
presented and rend, and on motion of
Councilman Hurd received and ordered
FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
Tbo committee on finance reported tho
amount of treasury warrants paid and
canceled by Jos. 11. Taylor, city treasurer,
from Aug. 1st to Aug. 10th, to bo $533,
city scrip to the amount of $2,619 60, and
bond No. 49, Issued Sept. 25, 1663, for S25
bearing interest in tho sum of $2.25.
Amount of city scrip paid and canceled
by T. W. Halliday, treasurer pro Urn,
Oct. 11, 1872, $491.10, and treasury war
rants from Aug. 27th to Oct. 6tb, 1672,
amounting to $679.
Councilman Wood moved to reconsider
the vote to receive and file tho report of
T. W. Halliday treasurer pro ion. Car
ried. COMPTROLLER'S REPORT.
The city comptroller reported that Mr.
Cantwell's contract for removing garbage
had expired, and that he (Mr. Cantwell),
offers to remove garbage twico each week
for another month for $75.
On motion of Councilman Wood, tho
report was laid on the table.
The following resolution offered by the
mayor was, on motion of Councilman
Wood, adopted :
lioolted, That a committee of three be
appointed to examine the old stable adl-
cent to tbe shop of J. T. I'.ennie, Eq , and
that they be, and are hereby airecie.1
to have tbe tamo taken down or removed
if, in their opinion, it is not ben to allow
it to stand until tbe requiiite notice be
given as required by section seven ot ordi
nance No. 6 of the revised ordinances;
and if tbey are of the opinion that it will
safely stand a sufficient length of time,
then they shall cause tbe notice required
in such cases to be given.
Tbe mayor appointed as such committee
Messrs. Swayne, Phillis and Wood.
The mayor offered tho following resolu
JUtolud, That tho board of health bo
and it is hereby instructed to employ not
exceeding three suitable persons whoso
duty it shall be to visit all families or per
sona resident in the districts or wards sev
erally assigned to them by tho board, and
vaccinate all persons not vaccinated or
who may require to bo vaccinated, and of
all persons who are not arid who may re
fuse to be vuccinatcd. Tho persons so
employed shall act under tho direction of
thu board of health, and shall use none but
the best vaccine virus or matter procura
ble, tho same to be furnished then by tho
board. They shall thoroughly cauvass
such districts or wards as may be assigned
to them and shall mako a full report every
week to tbe board of health.
Thoy shall nUo collect from all persons
vaccinated who are able to pay therefor,
tho sum of twenty-fivo cents, and Khali
uoto tho samo in their reports to the board.
Councilman Hurd moved to adopt.
Carried as follows, viz : Ayes Hurd,
Metcalf, Phillis, Roblruon, Safford, Schuh,
Standi, Stratton, Swayne, Taylor, Wood
and Woodward 12. Nay 0.
On motion of Councilman fc'ohuh, ad
journed. M. J. Howley, City Clerk.
HOARD OF ALDERMEN.
Council ciiamiieii. i
Cairo, UN. Oct. 14, 1672. J
Present Aldermen Metcalf, Phillis,
Robinson, Saflbrd, Standi, Stratton and
Tho chairman (Roardon), being absent,
on motion of Aid. Safford, Aid. Swayno
was called to tho chair.
On motion of Aid. Safford, tho reading
of the minutes was dliponsed with.
Tho commlttco on claims lo whom tho
following bills wore roferred, reported tho
samo back recommending payment, viz:
Patrick Sweeney, hauling drunk
en man to jail $ t0
N. Cuntwell, running garbage
cart in September fcQ oq
Win. Mcllwlo dieting prisonors in
September, 649 days goj 50
Thus. Fitzgerald, 25 days' work on
streets 6o 00
11 r.l.. or. .1 i ' . ou uu
4.. umn, .u uay WOIK on
Win. Mcllule, 24 days' work on
C. R. Woodward, hardwaro for
.Fob. Hriinknl A 1na'
park fenco In Oct ; 17 50
N. A. Devore, 6 days' work on
park fonco in Oct jc 25
Frank Bomle, 6 days' work on
pork fence In Oct 10 00
John Mooro, cutting down two
trees In park 4 go
John Oladney, hauling 1 carload
lumber for park fence 5 00
Wm. Newell, 6,000 feet cypress
lumber for park fence ., 101 40
Huso, Loomis is Co., ice for St.
Mary's park laborors 5 40
Barclay Bros., medicines for Jail. 9 70
John Gladnoy, hauling 83 loads
lumber 41 50
Cairo City gas company, for gas
used in 84 stroct lamps in Sop
tombor 291 00
F. Vincent, 2 bbls limoand dray
R0 3 00
Cairo Box and Baskot Co., 7,031
feet lumbor 133 69
P. Saup, Joseph McKenzio, I).
Arter, M. J. McGauloy, J. O.
Sullivan and J. T. Ward, judges
of lato oloctlon, each ,. 2 60
Wm. M. Williams, J. C. Crowloy,
E.G. Hill and J. W.Strnwhaul,
clerks of lato election, each 2 GO
House Luomls & Co., Ico for
clork's office c 25
A. Cain, Sept. salary ns city mar
shal 75 00
E. A. Iturnett, Sept. salary as city
comptroller so 00
M. J. llowloy, Sept. salary as city
clork 100 00
Thus. W. Halliday, Sept. salarv
as city treaiuror, pro tern 100 00
John M. L'.msdan, 2d nrs. salary
ns mayor to Sept. 9th 260 00
Li. 11. .uyers, chlel or pollco for
Cha:. Mehiicr, Phillip Helm, R.
F. Billingsly, J. O. Lalluo, F
Wliltcamp and U. T. .Martin,
salary us pollco constables for
W. W. Wootten, Sept. salary as
II. Slmnncssy, P. M., Sept. salary
F. Brosr, P. M., 4 months salarv
to Oct. 0th 100 00
trunk Drum, hauling drunken
man to jail 50
L. Axlev, clearing road from
Thirty-fourth street toclty lim
its, and plowing and harrow
ing road from outsido tho
levee, three-fourths milo 120 00
Joseph Hrankel, 23 days work
on park fence In Sept 82 25
I-rank Bemis. 22 days work on
park fonco in Sept 41 00
Joseph Lohmes, 21 days work
on park fenco In ftert 43 00
N.A. Devore, 8 J davs work on
park fence in Sept 27 63
John II. Oborlv, publishing coun
cil proceeding in Scot. &c 58 37
John Gladnoy, hauling for St.
Mary's park 21 load 12 00
Charles Thrupp, laving off St.
Mary's park and for assistants 14 60
Arab Firu Co., 3d qr.'s allowanco
to Oct. 1st 50 00
Rough and Ready Firo Co., 3d,
qrs. allowance to Oct. 1st 60 00
Hibernian Firo Co., 3d, qr.'s al
lowanco to Oct. 1st 60 00
R. II. Cunningham, rent of coun
cil chamber for Sept 40 00
Jas. Gash, nails Ac' 14 S3
Thos. Nailon, hauling two drunk
en men to jail 1 00
J. T. Welch 3 mos. tcrvico as en
gineer of Str. "Jack Winter"
to Oct. 6th 37 50
M. F. Wooton, 7 days guarding
ernall-pox house 21 00
Cbas. Fish, G days guarding small
pox hou?e,..... IS 00
Sandy Robinson, attendance at
pott houso 15 days in Sept 23 67
L. Jorgcneon, groceries for pest
Iioiho - 1 1 30
Dr. H. Wardner, iervice attend
ing small-pox casos 30 00
Alderman Safford moved to allow the
foregoing bills and refer them to the select
council for concurrent action. Carried
as follows: Ayes Metcalf, Phillis, Rob
inton, Safford, Standi, Stratton and
Swayne 7. Nay 0.
Bill of Cairo Box and Basket Co., for
lumber amounting to $3 15.40, was reported
back by tho committee, recommending
payment of $327.40, part of tho lumber be
On motion of Alderman Robinson, tho
bill wa allowed as recommended, as fol
lows : Ayes Metcalf, Phillis, Robinson,
Safford, Standi, Stratton and Swayno 7,
Tho Coramltteo reported back Iho bill of
Geo. G. Smith for building stop and re
moving crossing on Seventh and Walnut
streets, recommending payment of $10 In
On motion of Alderman Safford, tho
recommendation was concurred in as fol
lows : Ayes Metcalf, Phillis, Robinson,
Safford, Standi, Stratton and Swayne 7.
Alderman Motcalf moved to reconsider
tho voto allowing tho bill of L. II. Myers,
for salary as chief of police Lost as fol
lows : Ayes Metcair, Standi and
Swayno 3. Nays Phillis, Robinson,
Sutford and Stratton 4.
Tho printing commlttco reported back
tho bill of Jnn. H. Oberly amounting to
$j8 37 for publishing council proceedings
in September, etc., recommending pay
ment. Alderman Safford moved to ullow.
Carried as follows: Ayes Metcalf, Phil
lis, Robinson, Safford, Standi, Stratton,
and Swayno 7. Nay 0.
TRUSTEES II ILL.
Tho committee on polico and jail ro
ported back as correct hill of Taylor &
Parsons, trustees, for $111.82 for 5 years
leasoof lots 33 and 31 in city block 48,
and taxes paid on samo. On motion the
bill was allowed by tho following vote:
Ayes Metcalf, Phillis, Robinson, Saf
ford, Standi, Stratton and Swayno
The claims committee to whom polico
conttablo Robertson's account was re
committed, sent back tho samo without
any further report than they had pre
viously mado upon tho samo. On motion
of Alderman Safford tho previous report
was concurred in, and tho bill referred to
the select council.
Statement of John Cahlll amounting to
$1,149 83 for filling crossings on both
avenues, nnd filling slough on Sycarnoro
street, was reported back recommending
Its roforerico to tho street committee. On
motion of Aid. Safford tho report was to
ceived, and tho ttatomont referred to tho
An ordinanco entitled "an ordinanco
authorizing tho construction of an ap
proach to Washington avenuo cn Sovon
toonth street," having boon amended by
tho solcct council, was presonted for con
Aid. Swayno moved to concur. Lost as
follows: Ayes Phillis, Standi mid
Swnyne-3. Nays Motcalf, Robinson,
Suflbrd and Stratton 4,
On motion of Aid. Motcalf tho ordinance
was referred back to tho select council.
Tho following styled ordinances were
read for tho first time and laid over for a
socond reading, vix : "An ordinance pro
viding for the removal of tho tracks of the
Illinois Central Railroad on Lovco street,
to tho easterly side of said strcot botweon
Fourth and Fourteenth streets, and for
tho Improvement of said Lovoo street ;"
"an ordinonco regulating tho height of
chlmnoys, &c," and "an ordinanco pro
viding for tho construction of cortoin
sidewalks tberoin montloncd."
On motion of Aid. Safford the board
M. J. Howley, City Clork.
Sleamor Hello Memphis, Memphis.
" Dictator, Columbu.
" Ilawkoyo, St. Louis.
" Hello Vernon, Rotlromont.
" City of Chester, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus,
" Jim Fisk Jr.;" Paducah.
" Henry Ames, St. Louis.
" Hollo of Plko, St. Louis.
" City of Vlcksburg, St. Louis.
Stcamor Hollo Memphis, St. Louis.
" Dictator, St. Louis.
" City of Chester, Memphis.
" Jim Fisk Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus,
" City of Vlcksburg, Vlcksburg.
IIOAT8 LEA VI NO TO-DAY.
Tho fine pasongor steamer Hello Ver
non will leavo for Memphis and nil way
landings this day at 0 o'clock p.m. Tho
last urond Tower Is thejrcgular Anchor
lino packet doiiartini: for Momnhis and
all way points this ovenir.g at 0 o'clock.
ineiionry Ames will leavo at 10 o'clock
this morning for New Orlcons nnd all
way landings. Thp Jim Fisk Jr., is the
regular mall boat lor Paducoh and way
landings leaving at 4 J o'clock p.m.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Tho dccllno in tho river at this placo is
slow and steady. No chango has taken
placo in tho Ohio river above hero, and
all tho packets aro detained by tbe saLd
bars, and tho shallow condition of tho
channel. Henderson's bar has utven boats
moio trouble this season than any other
bar in tho Ohio river. At nroscnt there i
only twenty-two inches of water in the
crossing. Much complaint is being rnado
of the condition of tho muddy Mississippi
Tho water on tho bars and crossings is
getting vory low, and boat can only bring
out light trips. Holow horo 6 foet is re
IIUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Thero was considerable activity on tho
Tho weathor was cloudy and hazy with
indications of rain.
On thu down trip of tho Jim. Fisk Jr.,
Tuesday, sho got wind-bound at Mound
City, where sho remained three hours, and
was pulled out from tbo landing by tho
tug Cache, when a light wind caught her
and bloweJl her over on tho Kentucky
shore whero iho grounded and it took tho
Cacho three hours moru to gut her oil.
The Hello Vernon droppod down to tho
landing yesterday and commenced loading
for Memphis. She has had new guards
and decks made hinco shu has been laid up
Tbo City of Chester was aground twice
on her way out; once at Calico Island
w hero she lost fourteen hours, and at Ste.
Genevivo whero sho was detained ten
Tho Hawkoyo brought out a tow of
iron oro for tho Ohio river, and will wait
a riso in the Ohio. Shu double-tripped It
through Bird's bend.
Col. L. J. Dupree, editor Memphis
' Appeal,' wife and daughter wore passen
gers on tho slenmcr City of Chester, yes
terday, fortholr homo in Memphis.
Wo heard that tho Mary E. Forsythc
would drop down from Mound City noxt
week, early, nnd load hero for New Or
leans. The City of Chester was full of cabin
passengers on her arrival, nnd received a
number at this port.
Capt. Rusk, of the H. S. Turner, nr.
rived from St. Louis by rail. His boat
left St. Louis Tuesday at noon, drawing
6J feet wator.
Bacon rock will soon bo u thing of tho
past. Capt. Hedard was getting ready
yesterday to begin its destruction.
Tho steam tug Vulcan, whs sold at auc
tion last Saturday at Now Orleans.
Tho Jim Fisk got in and out on timo
with fair trips.
Tho transit steamer Illinois has all tho
busmen sho can attond to at present.
Tho Dictator pased up with a bargo
load of logs for St. Louis,
Tho Hon Accord goes up to Metropolis
next trip for a bargo loaded with lumber.
City NatloBftl Bank BnUdlua-.
flpcial attention paid tooMers Irorn ttoam
US You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Sovon lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
$3.00 PER DAY
saved by going to John Taner's
to purchase saddles and har
ness, at his saddle store on
Washington avenuo. All
kinds of repairing done on
saddles and harness, and car
rirgo painting and trimming
on short notice, in good stylo
by good mechanics. Call and
examine my stock, and prices
at No.l in Cairo.
o.2iaim John Taner.
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenuo, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to fill all
orders on tho shortest notice.
He guarantees both the work
and material ; his patterns are
of tho latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
he invites the patronage of
the public. 1(,IM3m
Tin- Hue packet
cave for the above and all way point,
Jhlj i'eiiln? po-lllvcly on arrival of tho
boaro freight or p.itai: apply 011
II Will pajr to (O lo N. I.OUU fr
H. D. MANJf Sc CO.,
421 X. Fourth Street,
NT. I.OI'IM. jiis.su i;ri,
Wr tall attention 10 tli bargain wo now
oiler to all in want of
GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES
llluck Alpaca. .7) ci nU ; lu-t what Mher
hull-,- 1 ci.tit. r.. ilift....i. . , ...
m.'""utu IHwhed Onion-, 17 cent-.
HUN 11 "II
Kriilt of iho Loom M " 1,1 .
lion """'r co'rro:f! '" I'ropor.
Heainiful All Wool I'lald-. U) cent.
All m.I Kmiire' Cloth, ,V) cent-; all color.
I Iij.i- s:oodi arc worth 75 cent.
Him- French Merino, 1.00; cannot hv.
JIV) t'"cwl,erc for t,m' al
l'ure Linen Hem stitched Handerchlo,
ami M.O) per ilocn.
Napkin., all l.lm n, $..V) per dozen, ana all
prlc: up lo 620 per ilocn.
Table Linen, Haiiiu-I-, ( animercjs for
Men and lly wear. Ilo-lerv, I.ivr, Kin
broliU ric., Shawl-, Scarf,, Cloak. Hlaiikit.
ami LaMIe untlcrwrar, at all price, to cor
re.poml with the alioe price. Our aim I.
""" ur' iiiiiiifk i,v iicaung lion
orahly with all. .filing good good, at low
price.. Wo keep no auction good, or trash
of any kind, ami any article onlen l irom ut
not prating ati. factory can he returned at
oiircxpcn-uatid the monevwill be refunded.
W! hat- but
for all. nnd guarantee that to be a low one.
send lor -ample of any good-, If not able to
call, and we will .cud them checrfullv.
II. 1). MANN A CO.,'
1M7(Uw1iii. si. Loiil. Mo.
j:ksonai..-ticknoh a- eo.. iho
celebrated Cloihle;, announce the In
troduction of a lilan of orderliiL' cloth.
lug by letter, lo which they call jour
e.pcclal attention. They will, 011 ap
plication, .end you their iinnraved and
aecil.-ati) rules for Solf-.Mcasureinelit,
Illil-trated Circular and Trice. I.I.I,
with a lull line of -ample from their
immense tock of Cloth, Caimeref,
.V, Ac., thu enabling parties In any
part of tho country to order clothing
direct from their hou-e, with the cer
tainty of receiving garments of the
ery latent Myle and ino-t perfect tit
(food ordereil will be cent by ex
pre lo be paid for on delhery, with
the utidcrtaiidliig that if not natlfac
tory, they can be returned at Tickiior1
Ah I well known throughout the
South and West, they have for evcn
teen year KXCKLLKI) in all depart
ment of their business, which Is a
guarantee as lo tho character ol the
good they send out.
Your orders are solicited and when
In SI. Louis you arc invited to call at
the. c.x cnilvo establishment of Tick
nor & Co., manufacturer and retailers
of men ami boys Clothing and Furnish
ing Good, (J0I and 003 North Fourth
street, St. Louis Mo, Hoys clothing a
For tho benefit ot the
GERMAN EMANUEL'S CHURCH
(iiven nuclei- the auspices of thu
GERMAN LUTHERAN LADIES' ASSO
CIATION OF CAIRO,
Thuhhiuy Kveni.no, Oct. 17, 1872
In l'oter Cuhl's now building, No. SO Ohio
Admission, 2."cts. Supper 60 cts.
No, 104 Commercial Avenue,
Hoth French and Scotch cassimkkeb
all colors. HbaVers and Broad-cloi 11 r
constantly on hand, and H;oodswarranloi
In all IU branch! aUo rrtd