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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1872.
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 bo reduced to
one-half. We intend to have
a grand rally on the 19th.
Fim-wobki at Phil Soup's.
Charlie Mason Is third clerk on tho
Kockkts nd roman candles of every
description at l'lill Saup'.
1'aducah will bo largely represented
to-night In tho procession.
PniL SAur's Is tho pUce to get your
fire-work for this evening.
A lady friend sys ehelhas often cooked
(upper and washed the dishes in a pair of
Mv MnnJir lmt Air. Jauies Oarrlsen
of Brooklyn. Ills., committed sulcido by
booting himself through tho head with a
11k. Juu.v Dasbkll, formerly clork at
the Delmonico Hotel, of this city, has
gone to Memphis to take a position In a
Vr. Austin, dentin in this city, sup
plied a lady of our acquaintance with a
false tooth so natural that it ached for a
Tuk steamer Illinois brought alargo del
egation from Hickman, Kentucky, this
morning to attend tho great Qrceloy meet
Tuk weather was fine yesterday, but so
far as our knowledgo goes it did not mako
anybody, gambol, as our printers uiado us
say of tho previous day.
"Whkn yon wish to quench your
thirst with a good glass of St. Louis
lager, you should go to Jaeckcl's saloon,
where it can be bad fresh and cool at all
Kiv. Mr. Fabb proposes to begin the
work of evangelizing the West end of
Cairo immediately. Brother Farr is very
enthusiastic and an earnest, honest man,
Tuk colored Methodist minister, Mr.
Jackson, Is laboring bard to get bis church
on Eighteenth and Cedar completed, but
thework seems to prog'ess very slowly.
Mibchants, clerks, or any others who
wish to wear fine boots either calf, moroc
co, kid or patent leather of the very latest
style, go to Wm Ehler's, on Twentieth
street. 10 19tf.
GHAND TORCH LIGHT
GREELEY AND BROWN AND THE
GOOD OF THE BSfUH1
EVERY LIBERAL TO HIS l'OST.
WE MUST MAKE THINGS WARM,
ORDER OF MARCH OF PROCES
All Liberal Republicans, Democrats and
others friendly to the election of Greeley
and Brown, will assemble at Thorntons's
block, on Tonth streot, at six o'clock, p.m.,
this evening (Saturday), and receive
The procession will bo formed at the
head of Tenth street :
Moving up Commercial avenue, and
continuing the lino of march to Twen
Out Twentieth street to Washington
Thence down Washington avenue to
Thence along Tenth to Walnut street;
Down Walnut to Fourth street ;
Thence along Fourth street to Commer
Thence up Commercial avenue to
Eighth street ;
Along Eighth street to Washington
Thence up Washington to the Greeley
and Brown speaking grouncd.
By order of Committee on Procession.
C. Winston, Chief Marshal.
Nioht before last, as ono of the gipsy
wagons was being transierrea irom tuo
Gracev to the Belle Vernon, one of the
wheels slipped off the plank jarring some
of tho contents into tho river and among
them a basket pretty vrell filled and cov
ered up, The gipsies made a great fuss
over the loss oi the basket, aud offered 1
twenty-five dollars reward for its recov
ery. Although it really was not a matter
for which Cpt- Darrah was responsible,
be procured the service of the diver of
the Eckert,. Mr. Burrows, and bad the
basket fished up, and it was found to con
tain, besides other valuables, $7,600 in
gold. No wonder the Gipsies were ex
cited over their loss.
Siviral partial hava complained lo
our bearing or toe conduct or the bar
keeper and .proprietor of the Little Ken
tucklan saloon on the levee, stating that
because of frequentdjsturbancei the saloon
it rapidly becoming public nuisance.
Several persona are said to have been
brutally dealt with by the bar-keeper for
trivial offenses, and while completely
under the influence of liquor. The Ken
tuckianjsalcon usually has a very bard
class of customers to deal with, who treat
others and expect to bo treated more
like brute than men, and we aro not pre
pared to express an opinion in regard to the
matter. The last case of trouble occurred
night before last. A bully entered tho
saloon and asked for supper and
was told to step into the.
next room where he would find a seat
and waiters to attend to his wants. He
did so and in the course of a short time,
came out again. When tho bar koeper
asked him to settlo for tho supper, which
ho supposed ho had got, he began to abuse
hiro, using very offensive language The
proprietor and bar-keeper tried to put
him out of the saloon, and as he resisted,
tho bar-keeper knocked him down with
his fist, and kicked bim several limes. We
heard that ho was terribly cut up and
beaten, but when he appeared before the
police court yesterday, only a small cut
In the face and one or two bruises were vis
ible. All tho parties In the affair were
fined, but the stranger was given twenty
four hours to leave town in. The evi
dence before the court yesterday did not
show anything much out of tho way with
the men of tbo saloon.
Death en, railroad men, farmers, me
cbahics, or any others who wish good
heavy winter boots of either French calf,
or kip, warranted of the best manufacture,
go to Wm. Ehlor' on Twentieth street.
Mr. O. C. French of Mississippi, R.
W. Healey and lady, and A. Booth and
lidy of Montgomery, Jno. C. Kellings-
worth of St. Louis, F. Palangue of New
Orleans, Chas. F. Moore of Mobile, patted
through the city to the South yetterday.
A laborer who ued to bo employed
in the works of Mr. Frazier, in this city,
(lipped through a hole In the basement
floor of one of Qagerty's buildings the
other day, injuring himteU so much that
his recovery is doubtful. He was sent to
the hospital yesterday. Wo tried to as
certain bis name but could not.
Mr. Frank Uaefela has opened a meat
market on Washington avenue next door
lo Tanner's grocery store, between Tenth
and Eleventh streets, to which ho Invites
the attention of tho public. Tbo best o
meals of all kinds kept constantly on band
and deliverod to any part of the city.
Market open morning and evening every
Dr. McCade'b great ague cure or com
pound extract of Liriodendron Is purely
vegetable and will nover harm the most
delicato constitution. It ii well adapted
to all ages and sexes and not only cures
the most sovero attacks of chills and fever,
but tones up the system to such a degreo,
that a relapse rarely, If over, will take
It ha been suggested that all Liberals
of the city who can should turn out on
horse back to-night, and that tho draymen
of the city whose sympathies are with the
Liberal movement should bring out tholi
mule and help swell the procession. In
dividuals and organizations, who propose
to act upon this suggestion should report
to Col. Winston during the day io that
their placo in tbo lino may be designated
In this way confusion will be obviated,
and the procession formed in an orderly
manner and with expedition.
Nohodt denies that if you would have
oyster by the plate, stewod, fried, roasted
raw or on the half-slmll, by the dozen,
can or barrel, there is only one place In the
eljr where you can get the freshest, Juiciest
and beet. That placo by common consont
ii the Thalia Oyster saloon, at the corner
of Twelfth street and Waslngton avonue,
and, while there, if you should chance to
call for a glass of St. Louis lager; a glass
of wine, native or foreign, or something
of attronger kind, your own good taste
will testify that Jaockel keeps the best.
Then go to the Thalia, call for what you
want to eat or drink, and if you are not
tjMtt than satisfied, everybody will say
Hit jo must charge your dissatisfaction
to vexar o wa depraved UU. tf.
Tat following is the record of the po
ke court for yesterday. Peter Simons,
drunk, fined $1 and ctfsu, without money,
given 6 day with McHalo.
Mike Connelly, drunk, G day with
Charles Mulholland offensive conduct,
C days with McHale.
Pal O'Mally, for fighting, fined $5 and
John Gockle, offensive language, $5
and costs. Paid.
Peter Conner offensive language fined
$5 and cost but a stay of execution wa
granted giving him 21 hour ia which to
leave the city. Of course be went.
Louis Blatteau, whom everybody
knows, and who is the friend of every
body, is now fully installed in bis 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 tbo purest
liquor to be found in the city, and hopes
that these, civil treatment and a cordial
reception, will insure to him a generous
share of public patronage. Come and
see Louis in his new home. He has a wel
come for everybody, and for you, reader,
a cordial one. tf.
Mas. Anna Lano, Eighth street be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, has just received a large and varied
stock of fall goods, and desires to call par
ticular 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 comfort-
able thing for children in cold weather
ever devised. Mrs. Lang also has a wel
selected assortment of bats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all sorts, all
of which will be sold as cheap as can be
lounu eitewnere in mis market.
To any of our friends who desire a
first-class article In the lino of boots, shoes
or gaiters, made to order, of the best stock,
and in any style or pattern desired, we
would say try Wm Ehlor' before colne
elsewhere. in 19tf
Mr. Black, of the City Shoo Store.
has returned to the city, having purchased
a very large stock of fall and winter
boots and shoes, which he Is now daily re
Mr. Black hu selected his coods with
his usual caro and tasto, and guarantees
his friends and patrons who may call upon
mm, a nrst-ciats article Mr. II. fcav.
Ing met with such good success in Intro-
liir.in.. 1..U...I i
v...B uiui , mmei' anu cniidron's cus
tom made shoes of Brolaskl make, has
mado arrangement with tho aim.. .,.
tlemen tor a line of their gentlemen
a.iu youius nana mado boots and ahoot
to which ho ivites the attention of the
gontlomon of Cairo, 10-10-tf
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
CAino, Ills. Oct. lb, 1STU. J
No quorum. Adjourned.
M. J. Howlev, City Clerk.
special meeting or tiik board or al
dermen CALLKD BY THE MAYOR.
Council Ciiambfr. I
Caiko, Ills., Oct. 10, 172. J
Present Aldermen Buder, Cunning
ham, Phillis, Safford, Stratton, Swayne
and Walder 7.
The chairman (Aid. Rearden) being ab
sont, on motion of Aid. Safford, Aid.
Stratton was called to the chair.
An ordinance entitled "an ordinance
providing for the removal of the tracks of
the Illinois Central railroad on Levee
street to tho easterly side of said street
between Fourth and Fourteenth
street, and for tho improve
ment of said Levee street,"
was read a second time, and on motion of
Alderrr.fr Cunningham adopted by the
following voto: Ayes Cunningham,
Fhillif -satTord, Stratton and Walder 5
Nays Buder and Swayne 2.
Aifrdinance entitled "an ordinance
regu&lingtbe height of chimneys'' &c, was
read a second time, and on motion of Aid
Safford adopted as follows : Ayes Buder,
Cunningham, Phillis, baflord, blrattOD,
Swayne and Walder 7. Nay 0.
An ordinanco entitled " an ordinance
providing for the construction of certain
sidewalks therein mentioned " was read
second time and on motion of Alderman
Saflord, adopted by the following vote:
Ayes Btidor, Cunningham, Phillis, Saf
ford, Stratton, Swayno and Walder 7
n ay v.
On motion of Alderman Cunningham 1
M. J. How ley, City Clerk.
W. W. Wootten, Sept. salary a
uobiiu omcer... to uo
B. rlhannessy. P. 11, Sept. salary 26 00
F. Bross, P. M., 4 months salary
toOcLOtb 100 00
Frank Drum, hauling drunken
man to tail nn
L. Axlev. clearing road from
Thlrty-fourth street to city 11m
and plowing and harrow
jng road from outsldo tho
levee, three-fourtht mlln 120 00
Joseph Brankel, 23 days work
uu iBrK lence in aept 8.' io
Frank Bemls. 22 days work on
park fence In Sont 4i 00
Joseph Lehmes, 21 days work
on parK lence in sort 5 30
N. A. Devoro, 8 days work on
parx lence in Sept 27 c;t
John II. Oberly, publishing coun
cil proceeding In Sent. Ac '68 37
John Gladney, hauling for St.
".J B I1HTK-it IOIIU 14 VII
Charles Thrupp, laving off St.
Mary's nark and for assistants 14 60
Arab Fire Co, 3d nr.'s allowance
vo vsci. ist oo uu
Rough and Ready Firo Co, 3d,
qrs. allowance to Oct. 1st 60 00
Hibernian Firo Co.. 3d. or.' al
lowance to uct. 1st 60 oo
R. II. Cunnlncham. rent of coun
cil chamber for Sent 40 00
las. Gsh. nails Ac- 14 S3
Thos. Nailon. haulinc twodrnnk-
en men to jail t 00
J. T. Welch 3 mo.. ervlc as en
gineer of Sir. "Jack Winter''
to Oct. 6th 37 50
M. F. Wooton, 7 davs cuardinc
small-nox house, - 21 00
Chas. Fish.Gdavs cuaidlnc small-
rix hou-e .. 18 00
Sandy Robinson, attendance at
peH house IS dvs in Sept...- 23 57
L. Jorcenton, groceries for pest
houso ..... 14 30
Dr. H. Wardner, N-rvice attend
ing small-pox cases - SO 00
Geo. G. Smith for building steps
nnd removing bridge on Sev
enth and Walnut streets. In
scrip 10 00
Cairo Box fc Basket Co., lumber
In full of bill for $347 40... 327 40
Taylor & Parsons, trustees, lease
o'f lots 33 and 34, in city, Mock
49. and taxes of 1671 'paid on
same Ill 2
Councilman Schuh moved to concur In
the action of the board of aldermen In
allowing said bills. Carried as follows :
Ayes Halliday, Schuh and Taylor 3.
Councilman Schuh moved to concur in
the action of the board of aldermen in
reference to lato Police Constablo Robcrt
on' account. Carried as follows ; Ayes
Halliday, Schuh and Taylor 3.
ATTENTION MARSHALS I
The following named gentlemen have
been selected by me a assistant marshal
for tho Liberal procossion this evening,
James S, Rearden,
John H. Robinson,
Jas. 8. Swayne,
Louis U. Myers,
Michael Marnol, (boys)
And llioy aro severally requested to
meet at my office, No. 75 Ohio Levee, at
one o'clock p.m. to perfect arraccmonts
for tho procession. C. Winston,
Castohia a substitute for castor oil
Is a physic which does not dlitreai r,-
gripe, hut is mro to oporato when all other
remedies have failed. You may eonfl.
dently rely upon the Castoria in toraach
I, con,Piion, Uatulency.croup, worms.
puns or uerangod liver. It contains
i i i lmlncr1, morphine, opium nor
-m,,, uu, puroiy a vegetable prepay
tion, perfectly harmlnu inrt .11
pleasant to take. The Castoria sootbei
and quiets tho syttem, and produces nat
ural sleep It Is a wonderful thing to
assimilate the food of chlldron and pro
vent them from crying. A thlrty-flve
cout bottle will do the work for a family
andiav many a doctor1 bill. 10.l8.w4t.
Council Chamueii. )
Caiko, Ills., Oct. lu, is72. J
Present His Honor Mayor Lansden
and Councilmen Halliday, Schuh and
On motion of Councilman Schuh the
reading of the minutes was dispensed
The following bills having been al
lowed by the board of aldermen wero
presented for concurrent action, viz:
Patrick Swoeney, hauling drunk
en man to jail s 60
N. Cantwell, running garbage
cart in September
Wm. McHalo dieting prisoners in
SeDtember. 649 davi
Thos. Fitzgerald, 25 days' work on
P. Coalan, 26 days' woik on
Wm. McUale, 24 day' work on
C. R. Woodward, hardware for
Jos, Brankel, 6 days' work on
park fonco in Oct 17
a. Devore. o uays work on
park fenco in Oct 1C 26
Frank Bemis, C days' work on
park fence in Oct 10 00
Jo tin ilooro, cutting down two
trees in park 4
John Gladnoy, hauling 1 carload
tumDer lor park lence a
Wm. Newell, 6.000 feet cypress
lumber for park fence 101
. i ....
jerry aiurpny. aiggint;z44 post
boles In Ut. .Mary s 1'ark
Uuse, Loomis & Co., Ice for St.
Mary's park laborers 6 40
Barclay Bri., medicines for tail. 9 70
John Gladnoy, hauling 83 loads
lumber 41 so
Cairo City ga company, for gas
used in 84 street lamps in Sep
tember 294 00
t . Vincent, 2 bhls lime and druy
Cairo Box and Basket Co., 7,031
feet lumber 133
P. Saup, Joseph MuKenzle, I),
Artor, M. J. McGauloy, J. O.
Sullivan and J. T. Ward, judges
of late oloction, each 2
Wm. M. Williams, J. C.Crowloy,
E. G. Hill and J. W. Stntwbaul,
clerks of late election, each 2
Uouso Loomis & Co., ice for
A. Cain, Sept. salary as city mar
shal E. A. Burnett, Sept. salary' ai'clty
M. J. Howley, Sept. salary a city
Thos. W. Hallidav. Knt. ..'i':':'.:
as city treasuror, nro . 100
John M. Lansden, 2d ors. salarv
at mayor to Sept. 0th ,. jjq oo
L. H. Myers, chief of polico for
Sept , g3 go
Chai. Mehner, Phillip Helm, R.
F. Billlngsly, J. O. La Hue, F
Whitoamp and H. T. Martin,
salary as police constable for
Sept, aaeb 7 00
The board of aldermen having refused
to concur in the action of this beard in the
matter of amending an ordinanco entitled
'an ordinance authorizing the construc
tion of an approach to Washington ave
nue on Seventeenth street," on motion
of Councilman Schuh said ordi
nance was laid upon the tabln. i wjiU thirty Inches
The following stylei ordinances were
read the first time in this board and laid
over for a second reading, viz:
"An ordinanco providing for tho re
moval of the track of the Illinois Central
railroad on Levee street, to tho easterly
side of said street between Fourth nnd
Fourteenth streets, and for the improve
ment of said Levco street;" "an ordi
nance regulating tho height of chimneys,
ifcc," and "an ordinanco providing for tho
construction of certain sidewulks therein
On, motion of Councilman Schuh the
M. J. Howley, City Clerk.
Council Chamber, l
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 17, 1872.
Present His Honor Mayor Lansden
and Councilmen Halliday, Hurd, Taylor
and Wood 5.
On motion of Councilman Hurd the
reading of the journal was dispensed with.
An ordinance entitled "an ordinance
providing for the construction of certain
sidewalks therein mentioned," whs read a
second time and, on motion of Council
man Hurd adoped by th following vote -.
Ayes Halliday, Hurd, Taylor and Wood
4. Nay 0.
An ordinance entitled "an ordinance
providing for the removal of the tracks of
tho Illinois Central railroad on Levoi
street, to tho easterly side of said street
between Fourth and Fourteenth streets,
and for tbo improvement o said Levco
street," was read a second time. Council
man J Taylor moved to adopt. Carried
as follows: Ayes Halliday, Hurd and
Taylor 3. Nay Wood !.
An ordinanco entitled "an ordinance
regulating the height of chimney's, &c,"
was read a second timo.
Councilman Halliday moved to amond
said ordinanco by inserting tho words "or
escape pipes" after tho word "chimney,''
wherever it occurs in uld ordinanco.
On motion of Councilman llnlllduy tho
ordinance, as amended, was adopted as fol
lows: ayes Halliday, Hurd, Taylor and
Wood -4. Nay-0.
On motion of Councilman Hurd, ad
M. J. nowLEV, City Clerk.
Received daily by oxpre's nl Winter'
grocery in Winter's block, tho following
goods kept in ico : Fresh whita
fish, salmon, bass and perch;
fresh oysters, direct from Baltimore, by
tho can at 60c to families, warranted
good ; ulso Now York sound's, by tho
quart; clams and fresh lobsters; squ'rrels,
ducks and other game ; cclory nnd fresh
Ohio butter, alwuys on hand; also all
kinds of vogetablcs and fancy groceries,
sliced bam, &c, besides a varioty of other
articles, including oranges and lemons, all
of which will bo sold at a fmr living profit.
THE HIDE AND FUR TRADE.
Below will bo found tho corrected list
of prices by H. Levi for hides, tallow,
feathers, etc. H. Levi does a vory large
trado in his lino, and it is a well known
fact that he always pay tho highest prices
to bo obtained in this market. Ho is pay
Hides, dry flinty lb I0tol7o
Hides, green salted V lb 8toOJc
Deer skins $ lb 20to25o
Tallow lb 5 t0 6(,
Feather ft Mto6Bo
Steamer James K. Rankin, Lotilsvlllo.
" Mohawk, N. Orleans.
" Dictator, St. Units.
" Susto.Mlvor.N. Orleans.
" H. S.Turner, St. Lout.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Kltk Jr., l'aducah.
" Colorado, St. Louis.
" St. Luke, St. Louis.
Steamer C. V. Kountz, St. Louis.
" James K. Rankin, Louisville.
" Mohawk St. Louis.
" Henry Ames, N. Orleans.
Susio'Sllvcr, St. Louis.
H. S. Turner, N. Orleans.
" Belle of Pike, .Mound City.
' Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Fik Jr., l'ducali.
" Colorado, Vicksbtirg.
" St. Luke, Memphis.
BIO MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, .and on usual
terms, at the vard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon t-pplication.
H. V. Olyhiant,
D. A. Bokee, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Aces. 3-15-ly.
BOATS LKAVINO to-day-.
Thefavorite Ancliorlino boat Hello Mem
phis is tho regular packet leaving for
Memphis and all way landings this even
ing at 0 o'clock promptly, 'lha fsm and
elegant packet City of Helena is tho boat
for St. Louis, leaving port this evening at
5 o'clock. Tho Jim Fisk is. tho regular
mail boat for l'aducah leaving this even
ing at 41 o'clock. The fino and largo
steamer Bisinurck will leave for New
Orlctns and way landings this evening at
8 o clock. The regular Kvansvillo packet
will leave at 0 o'clock this evening.
CONDITION or THE RIVER.
Here tho Ohio river fell a littlo over
one inch during tho past twenty-four
hours. At Pittsburg the river is falling
in tho channel. At
Cincinnati the river has risen several
inchc?, and has over three feet in the
channel. Nochatigoto be found in tl.o
lower Ohio, Bnd but two feet still reported
over the worst bars. The .Mi.sissippi ii
still falling, and five and a half feet is tho
reported depth of tho channel. Below
hero the river Is dwindling away and six
feet water is reported.
UUSlJEhS AND WEATHER.
There was considerable business trans
acted on and about the landing yesterday.
All tho wbarfboats, and a large portion of
the levee, are tilled with freight of all
sort, nnd tonnage Is wanted. Tbo weather
was fair, with u cool brcczo blowing.
The Jamci Rankin arrived at this port
after ten days of hard labor, with a fair
trip and a barge in tow. While sho was
aground ut Puppy creek bar, she had her
barge anchored in the river, when u galo
of wind caught the stern oi the barge und
forced it up stream, against the strong
current, which careened it so much that a
tier of apples and potatoes, which were on
deck, fell Into the river, and when the
barge righted itself, aileron the opposite
side, fell on. There were about 200 bar
rels went into tho river, 40 of them were
recovered and the others were lost.
Tho Belle Vernon received tho gang of
Gipsies brought out by tho Gracoy, and
while her crew were hoisting ouo of the
wagons on tbo hurrricano roof, tho after
strap gave way letting the after end of the
wagon down nnd the contents fell into the
river ; iimong tho goods there was one
basket of joelry valued at $2,000 (Gipsy
valuation), which went into tho river and
sunk in thirty feet water, nnd for a while
there was great trouble in Gipsjdorn.
Tho services of Mr. E. A.Burris, n subma
rine diver wus procured, who went down
in his armor and in a eliort timo camo up
with tho precious package, nnd there win
great joy in Gipsydom. Mr. JJurrls re.
coived twonty-ilvii dollars for his trouble.
Tho Henry Arne loft hero night buforo
last with all tbo freight sho wantod. At
this port sho added 600 tons freight, 23
cabin passengers and 41 head of stock.
Shu had 76 cabin and 80 deck passengers
when sho departed. While tho Eckert
was raising tho shaft of tho Hello of Piko
and had it to the surface of tho water tho
chain which held it parted and tho shaft
went to tho bottom of tho river with a ter
riblo splash. She tried it aguin and got it
out nil right. The II. H. Turner was
threo days on hor way cut from St. Louis ;
sho ran ashore the first day out at tho bar
rucks wheru she stayed sixteen hours and
was pulled off by tho tow-boat Cowen.
Sho filled out her curgo and left with ft
cabin full of passengers. Tho Eckert tow
ed tho Belle of Piko up to Mound City
whoro sho will bo takon on the docks nnd
OYSTEB8I OYSTERS I
At wholesale and retail, stewed,
fried, broilod and baked, raw
and on tho half-sholl, by tho
can, keg, box orbarrol, nl Harry Walker's
St. Nickolaa rostaurant on Commercial
avenue. Oysters In overy stylo at all
hours day and night. Henry Myer pro
sides over tho culinary department. As
a catorer he has no equal, and Harry's
customers can always bo assured of a
warm meal at nny hour of tho day or
night, that will moat tho requirements
and please tbo tasto of the most fastidi
EIOUUOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
Wm. Elchhoff has purchased tho Inter
est of his brothers in tho abovo establish'
ment In Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furnlturo manufacturing husinoss with
great success. Ho has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on band, and can war
rant every nrticlo bo manufactures. Ho
his also a full stock of IhihUadt, Choirs.
Tables, Burcnus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on hand, and his price
defy competition. Sales room at tho fac
City lVatlesa aUuk Bnllfllsisi.
aJ)pelal attention paid lo order Irom titan
Our Home Advertisers.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCAII A EVAA8
VitiiiE. HJSMI-WEEKLY U. 8.
The Fast and EleaaalPanxnttr BUamei
.Tack Grammxr, Muter.
Kd. Thomas, clerk.
9 Leaves Cairo for Patliii-ali ami Ki mi.
vine, every Thursday ami Sunday evening.
atO o'clock, connecting at Kvanivillo with
the Louisville and Cincinnati packets. For
nuigui or passage apply to
jAMEBuiuoss'Msenger ak '.
REGULAR CAIUO. PADUCAII A KVANH-
ILl.r,8Mll.WEKKlir l AUhbr,
The line Passenger Packet
HEN. HOWARD Matter
Nkolkv Rudd Clerk
ESri.cavcN Cairo for l'aducah and Kvnru
villi; out)' Tuculay and Friday evening at 0
o'clock. For freight or passage apply on
board or to
.Tamkh IlinnH. Passenger Au'i.
REGULAR CAIRO AND KVAN8VII.I.E
HKMI-WEKKLY MaJL LINE PACKET.
The fine low pressure Passenger Packet
ORDINANCE NO. .11.
An ordinance nroMdlna tor the rontnirtton y
oi rrnaiii MurnniK locrcin iiiuiuioiicmi,
He It ortlalneil by the city council of th
miction 1. That hldewalkshcooiiktnictcil
on tin- following named ttrccti. to-vlt : On
the nottherly side of Twelfth Mrert from tin
termlnui or the prc'cut Milewalk on laid
street, between Walnut anil Cedar idri'cN to
I.ocin lrect ; on the southerly side of Thir
teenth street from Commercial incline to
Washington au-uuc ; on the eat side of IIol
brook au'tmo from Wet Twcnty-lhlrd
street to West Tweiity-lourth street ; on the
south side of West Twenty-fourth street from
1 loll) rook avenue to Park avenue.
SKCTIOS 2. ald sidewalk-, except that
on Thirteenth street, shall be laid on the
natural Krotltitl, and the sldewulk on Thir
teenth street shall bo laid to the grade to
which the street i- tilled.
M'.CTION a. .ald sidewalk shall be
constructed a follow, to-wh : Thev shall be
six Icetwidc upon the top, except nu suld
a ciiuc where they shall be set cu feet wide,
the head or top cou'riliK to be of white oak
boards or planks two inches thick aud not
more than ciutit Inches wide, the Inside Hue
or the covering to be four feet distant from
the front line or the lot-, except on said ae
Ulles when: il shall be live feet distant,
said boards or planks to be laid cro-Mvle
with the sidewalk and (Irmly set aud well
spiked on with at least six twenty-penny
nails in each board or plank, to three trlner
ofnot les. than three Inches thick byslx inches
wide Ilmilv set on ede and well spiked on
to sill-, or cross tie-, not lo- than three Inch
es wide by six Inches thick, placed rrosvl
to said sidewulks at intertul of six feet,
tluse sidewalks at street crossing, to be ex
tended into the streets till they meet the
crowaiK. i ne po-i or tne irestiework or fr,...it.
.1... .1.1..,. -,1V. 'l l. (I. ........ ,,.11 l. 1 .im-.
tllf; riucndiM 1111 m. tvc.iti, 3i,i:c, puaii ui-
foiir inches square and the sill or cro
ties shall be placed on edge and
gained or morticed Into the pot and well
spiked on. and the stringers shall be notched
tight to -aid ill or ero-s tie; and In all ta
les block of wood not le than one foot
long anil three Inches thick by six Inches; '
wide shall bo placed under the end of each
sill or ero- tie, where the walk it laid on tl.o
natural ground, and under the end of each .
pot where the walk i cleated bv trestle- i
work. II the trestle-work I oer three leet '
high the same shJl be I'-mly braced and the (
pot extended two and a half feet uboto
the sidewalk, to which a hand-railing rr strip i
of white oak plank one filch thick by lour I
inches wide shall be -ecurely nailed. " '
Said -Irlnger. sill., cro-s tie-, posts and '.
ground blocks hall be of whilu or burr oak,
red cedar, black locu-t or inulberrv.
sr.OTIuN. 4. It shallbe lawful forany own
er or occupant of property fronting on any
OI saiu -mcwaihs u ue con
structed at any time within fifteen
(15) days Irom the time thin ordinance
goes into force, to construct the
sidewalk in front of his or her
properly, In conformity with the icqulre
ments of the ordinance already in rorce
concerning the building or construction of
brick sidewalk, the grade not to varv rrom
that herein prc-crnied.
Section ft. Upon the expiration of said I
fifteen (15) days, the City Clerk shall publish
notice lor ten days in the new-paper pub
lishing the ordinances of the clly, setting '
forth that sealed bid for furnishing the ma-
terlals or doing the work, or both,
for the construction of said sidewalk, I
or any one or more of them,
directed to the city council, will be receieii 1
at his olllce up to the time of the meeting of
the elly council, in joint cion, for the
opening of said bids, which meeting shall
not be earlier than V2 nor later than lh davs
from the date of said notice, which slmll
sneeify or state the lime of said meeting and
describe the work to be done, etc., by refer
ring to this ordinance, giving its number,
date of approval, etc., and that said ordi
nance I subject to examination at any time
at hi olllce.
SKCTION 0. said bids shall be opened bv
the clerk In the presence of the council, anil
the contract Tor doing the work or furnish
ing the material, or both, for the construe
tion of said sidewalks, or any one or more
of them. shall be awarded in
thclowest res-pon-llile bidder who shall siifll- I And all other
elentiy guarantee to tne sall-liicllon of the
citycouneil the furnlhliig of said material
or the performance of said work, or lioth,
under tho superintendence of the commit
tee on street, within such time or times, at
may bo llxed by contract.
SKCTION 7. The coti and expen
ses of the construction or said side
walks shall be paid out of funds
raised by special taxation of contiguous
property ut now provided bv law.
SUCTION 8. That section three Ml. flvo
(6) ami eight (H) of ordinance No. fourteen
B. 1'KNNINOTON .Mast
ISTI.eave Cairo every Wednesday ami
Saturday evening all! o'clock, Tor I'adu.ah
and Kvansville. For freight or passage up
ply on board or to
.IAmkh llioas, Passenger Ag'l.
The sfdsmlul tamr
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), ul
1 li.m. For freight orpas..-tgeupplv n hoaru
or to Jas. .Mau.oi.Y, Ag't.
CAlRi. AND MUUND CITY
NT RAM TI'O.
Will m -.! thrr trip duly.
I.KAVINO CAIItO I I.KAV'O MOUND CITY
At" . a.m. I At tM a.m.
At 11 . a.m ( At I -'to .. p.m.
At4iK) .p.m. At l! p.m.
Fare each way, ) cents ; 10 tickets lor
to. Will land, when hailed, at any goott
inienncuiaie tanning lor iiasscnvcr oi
STOP AND READ !
(1001) NEWS FOR EVERYBODY!
A place where you can buy as much for
OITB IDOL LAIR,
a you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
Tho undersigned would respectfully In
form the public that they have fitted their
new store houso on Kigjith street with the
finest and best assorted stock of
general merchandise over beforo brought
to this market, and in order
to securo a large portion of the patronage
of tho public,
WE ARE DETF.KMINED TO SELL
OUR (iOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ES PA R-
LISH.MENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely now, and
bought expressly for the coming fall and
winter trade of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Oents and Children's
(11), (of the last revision of ordinances),
approved November 'J7th, A. I). 1S71, so far
a the same are applicable, shall bo observed
and followed In carrying out the objects
sought bv thi ordinance.
Approved October ltih. IST'J.
JOHN M. LANSDEN, Mayor.
Attest : 31. ,J. IIowlkv, City Clerk.
An ordinanco providing for tho rcmovul of
the tracks of the Illinois: Central railroad
on Lovee street to the easterly side ol said
street between Fourth and Fourteenth
streets, and for the linproeinent of said
He it ordained by the City Council of the
city of Cairo :
Section 1, That tho city of Cairo hereby
agree to pay to the Illinois Central railroad
company tho sum of three thousand
dollars (S3.000) In consideration of
the rcmovul by It of It track
on Levee street between Fourth and
fourteenth streets, to the easterly side or
said Leveo street, so that there shall bo tho
distance of at least thirty (SO) feet between
the outside lino or edge of the sidewalk on
said Leveo street and the nearest rail ol said
trucks;. The tops or tho croos-tlcs of the In
side track shall bo level with tho mrface of
tho street between It and tho said kldcwulk,
tho cross-tles of the outside track hhul
bo from two to threo Inches lower than
those or tin) ether track so that
tho drainage shull ho toward tho
Ohio river; and the city or Cairo slmll have
the privilege or draining the said thirty
feet spaco under tho tracks of said company
at convenient intervals along said tracks.
Sec. '2. The committee on streets In here
by authorized to procure a sufllclent amount
of suitable gravel and to havo the same prop
pcrly laid or placed on said Lovee street be
tween said sidewalk and the Inside truce
aforesaid, whenever said tracks aro remov
ed, so as to put the said Leveo street In
good condition for uo this Fall and Winter.
Sec. 8. Whcnovcr tho work provided lor
In either of tho preceding sections has been
completed In co iinrmlty with tho provision
thereof, it shall be tho duty or the street
committee to report tho fact, and the matter
connected therewith, to tho city council,
preparatory to the drawing of order on the
city treasury for tho doing of said work or
any part theieof.
Approved, October 18th, 1871.
Joiin il. Lakidjen. Myor,
Attttt : M. 3. Howur, City Cltrk.
BOOTS &c SHOES,
HATS & CAPS.
article to be found in a
Outclass dry goods and clothing establish
ment. We call especial attention to our large
assortment of dres goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department is complete in
all itsdetails. Our stock of
is the largest in tho city, and wo aro en
abled to oflbr Bpocial Inducement to pur
chasers. In Oentlcmons' Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo ore fully prepared to meet all de
mands at prlees defying competition. As
it is to the interest of every ono to buy
where goods aro choapest and best
wo cordially invito tbo public
to call nnd exumino our stock before pur
Our establishment I located on the east
side of Eighth streot, between Washington
Hnd Commercial avenues,
Blum & Amson.
kKAi, "twxA,ri;aui'iJ .
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SSOOMP VLOOB) OHIO LITIS,
i OAiao, ilia,,
But and Ssll Rial Estate, ,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIILB
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