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Knlxbt of I'ythUa, meet every Krj
ilar nfirht t lutlMnut ven, III OiM
Frllnws' Hall. Howk,
Chancellor Comtnaniler,
I town, in"" every Tliure.lnr night
InilriK'iuirni unirr in iiiire ,
JMR at lialr-Mit uteri, In I heir hall cm
Jominnvlsl mifi between Sixth nni Heirciith
ffll I.IIAS liAMK, n II
'uino kncami'MK.nt, t o. o. v., ui
vm O'lil-rrlluws' Mall on the tint Mid third
I ocular in eery luoulu, at lmir-wil wvni
Hohl regular iv,iiiniiiiilratloii In 11a
aonlc Hall, ririicr Coiuimrrl.il attune
' 'anil r.lxhth Mrm, on tin- wcornl ami
iiurtli ilomUv oreocli inmilli.
Real Estate Column
22 Stor roriiii mi l.fvi'u fired,
Two flood cot(ii(,'r on Twi Iily-N'lutli
fleet, tienr 'oiMinciel.il iiveiinc
Slorw looin mi Coiiiiiuii'liil avenue
next to Wnerlylioti'l,$10.
Hood dwelling limi'cou Walnut, Ik1
twecn Twenty-n'coml uml Tuenty-tli'rd
ftrccti, f 10.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
I'oiilamtrpets SI2 Ml.
Storu room adjoining above, f,
TwoMorv liou-eou .tli .ilicct, wci-t
(il Wnililtijtton nvunnc, $l.
IIoiihj on Walnut street, near Center
ilcnant nri'iiilavM, $1'J Ml.
Iloiife on Commercial avenue, near
llrtli street. Hult.ilili; for Imslm-ci and
dwelling $1.'.
House on Cnmmerelal avenue, above
Mil street. Suitable for limine." and
dwelling, $10.
Winter' IllocW- suitable for Hotel
Oaice.it or Uiiklnesi rooms cheap.
Ti'iicmcntfi numbered 1, 8, 9 and
10, Winter's Kow, ! rooms each for $10
ir month.
Cottaifr? on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenuft I room, $".
Store room In "1'Ilot Houe," lately
occupied ly A. Ilalley.
Dwelling Iioum; on Sixth Mrect and
Jefferfon avenue $10.
Orphan Aoylum building and i t nil
cs. Kent low, to a j;ood temnt.
Store room, coiner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $l'Ja mouth.
Itoouu lu various parts ol the city.
Land, in tnw.'ts to suit, near ('.tiro.
Koomi -in Kk.ni. Tour rooms, and a
neat cottage on Third Street, free from
Mr water, and in flood condition. Kn
iitlire of Win. Mellalc, at the Delta
lloutf. 'J-15-tf.
A. ll.w.t.KV. A llnelot of table and
pocket cutlery, also iade., hoves.
hoes, rake, forks.axrs and a j;eneral line
of hardware; just received by A. Ilalley,
Ho Commercial aveniu'. 11-1 S-:iui.
.ll'sT KlXKIVKIi1 A. Ilalley ha jil-t
received a line lot of canaiy mid muck
Iiik bird cap:.', Ilower ctamN, doner
trainers, baskets archer, heart and
wreathes, whleli In; has maiked very low.
at 11. ' Commerelal avenue-. J-li-ilm.
Ki'.ciruoi'Aii.vo Kiiii ISkai Kit. Sweet
Cream, Custard Whip and l-'i ostium
maker. 1.1 jilit iilntr Kcciprocatitix tin
chum. let In the world. Try the vg
heater and clitirn and Ix- invlncd. Tor
-ale by C. W. Ilender.oii, 101 Commer
elal avenue, Cairo, HHnoN.
Nonet: hi Canihiia :. aiulid.tte.K
may uc the columns of the IIii.i.i.iin
to bring their name before the people, tit
the following rate?, out in ttdcanee t
City Clerk", S3; City Treasurer, $3; All
derman, 2. No variation trom the cnih
in tulranre rule
Skk Koch. C Koch, at hl ihop and
storeroom, No. 00 Commercial avenue,
has for ale a stock of Ixioti- and .-hoes of
his own make ; uUo a larjic stock of St.
I.oiiW custom mndu hoots and -hoc.. He
keeps the best mateihl tiuil is up lu all
the latest styles. His Ills tueiierfeet, and
satisfaction is guaranteed. file Mm a
call- !i2:i-tf
Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lots
enclosed, in good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut streets. Kent low to
a good tenant.
Dwelling house, I rooms and base
ment, on I'oplnr meet, between Thir
teenth and Fourteenth streets. Kent
SI 2.50.
Two tenements on west side of Com
nicrelal avenue near Fifth street, suitable
tor shop and dwelling. Kent foreaeh, 8
ier month.
Dwelling house, 3 rooms, on Fillh
street near Walnut, In good repair. Kent
$12.50 per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen
Tweuty-Hrst street, near Sycamore
north side. Kent $3, per mouth.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and l'opulat. Kent low.
llasement of brick building, west side
of Washington avenue near Eighteenth
street, live looms hi good eouditlonl
Kent low.
Building on east side of Coiuiiierclnl
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable i,r
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
lUillding on, west side of Commercial
iivenue, near Twelfth street, Old "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenements, otllceis ami rooms lu vari
ous lucattons. KentH low.
Lots and lands for sale or lease.
John Q. Haiiman , Co.,
Heal Estate Agents, corner Sixth and
Levee strecU. il-in-tf
it nl Uluvr.
Fresh arrival ol a very lnrgu a.isort
mcnt ol ladies' and Rents' kid gloves at
.1 llnrger & Co. a-21-ti
mt luiititttt.
t'Oll .MIKIiHT.
Venrtnlilli(iri7nt toiiiiiiininre llmt It. A. Ki
liiilii'laoii lnun liuli Klidi llt Itcnlllilli'.ili i uii.il
ilntPliir slii'illt, at l In- riiiiilnx i-oiinty -li-Miti
Kilt CI IV cr.KIIK.
Kiiitiiii llci.i btih i-l'lfu'f nnii(Minc-lliul I uin
aiiifiiiiiiuiF lor llir i.lliri'i.ri II) (. Ink, at I limp
lUimi'lllUK I'll) riri'llilll 11 II I. U, IIAHKIN4.
ii h nimiillioilnl In uiiih. uni e Hie mine of
.IA.11K- 11 M EWA III II rill. .11. lull. I,,r II,.
uiiK'iii tiijr I iftl, at tlii-(ulnar e ll) eli-rllun
ie me huIIioiIiiI Ik aiiuuiiiici lli' nanip ol
H . y. A.VI.I.V him uimlliliilt- fur ifiliillun In
llicmtircbrL'ltv (Jerk at tlif cnmilnK cliarrir
m-rtlon. ('
IIO.Mllr 111' Mt'0A'IION.
Mr Wlllhirn Slraltoll Is liril'llV lllllllillllCCil as a
rniullilateriir siciniicroriin- iiihiih oi r.uuruHon
l.licllon, fntiirilny. .irn hi.
I.nritl Wrnthrr Rrpori.
C a I no, 111., ilunh it, Id7C.
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WrMi. I Vl," Wiaiii
a. Ill,
vj nr.
II '
Vli. Ill
,;ami;s vai-n.
Prntrant.Slxrial .srrrli'r, V.A A.
Alleiilloii Itrnlrrw,
We have four do.en Imitation Kbony
Spragne Cau-OjH'iiers, taken for adver
Using, which wo will sell at two dollar?
kt do.en. Inquire at Itulletin otllce.
i:ra-liiiir Mil I on ii.
J'hls popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
Mrcct and Washington avenue, l oieu to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice Honors and the driest
brands of cigar.
:t-2.Vlm A. K iioi-s, Proprietor.
t'r Nh If.
For sale for twelve hundred dollars.
the Steam Ferryboat Nellie Thomas, lay
ing at llird's Point. For particulars ap
ply at the St. I.ouN. Iron .Mountain and
Southern K.illroad olllec, No. 35 Ohio
I.cvee, Coin), III. 11.23 tt.
SoMHrHl.Mi :kv,-The lihtiing, re-
iprocatlug, tin churn and egg In-atcr,
the latest and the liest ever made, at A.
Haliey's, who Is now selling his large
lock ol Moves, tin and brittaua wnru at
greatly redued prices, (iive him a call
before you purchase, II." Commercial av
inc. .,-iv;iin,
We will pay no bills contracted by any
rnpioye of 'I'm: Hi'm.kti.v, unless the
same Is made on a written order signed
hy the president or secretary of the com
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, lor any
purpose whatsoever.
Caiuo Urt.l.KTI.V OJIPWY.
Nnveinlter 1U. 1S73. tl
Sotick. Hardware, tinware and
tores, plows, hand cultivators, spades,
hotels, forks, hoes, rakes, tep ladder.- ;
al-o keep constantly on hand a lino n
fortnient of table and pocket cutlery and
bulldcr'f hardware. 1 am .-olu agent for
the celebrated Charter Oak stoves, of
lilcli 1 keep in stock a full Mipyly of the
ditl'ereiit si .. Tlie above articles at
rock bottom figures'"
1-5-1 in C. W. llr.Mu.li-ii.N.
Iff (Joinirerclal sicuue, Cairo, Ills.
I'nr Kmiihhs uml Ciiloriiilo.
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
lilroad from Kansas City and Atchison
on the Missouri river, via Topeka. the
capltol of KatiMs, and thu beautiful r-
iu?a- valley to the Koiky .Mountains.
l'hesliortest nute to ruelielo the Grand
Canon, Colorado Springs, Maidtoti,
l'ikes Speak, and ull places of note hi the
mountain regions. The faworile route
to Denver and all point- in Northern
Colorado, The bet route to Southern
Colorado, New .Mexico and Arizona. The
only direct route to the famous S.in
I nan mines. The track and equipment
is iiiipquaied, trains run through from
thu Missouri river, to the Kocky .Moun
tains, making connections hi Union de
pots and avoiding delays and trans-
icis. ror fun descriptive ciieuiars
aps, time tables, etc., aildrc-s
T. .i. AXDnnso.v.
Oen'l l'ass. Agent, Topeka. Kan.
A .So, I .iiiiuilry.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial avej
lines, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments hi the ;lly, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
llud it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are a follows : Hotel
and hoardiiigdiouse washing 73 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows: Slnglo shirt and collar, lOo; per
dozen, Sflo; socks, fie; two collars, ,1o;
two handkerchiefs, no; vests, 20o; and
all gentlemen's wear, fiOe, per dozen.
Ladles plain calico dresses, 25c; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, AOu; white
dresses, 1 25e; ladles' underware, line
amreoarse, SI 00 per dozen. l-2:i-tf.
The lin.i.r.n.v has for sale one Hundred
founts of Joti type, including many series
that are now generally lu use in the llrst-
ass Job olllees of tho I'ulted Slates. All
these founts will be sold at half their
original cost. Many of theui are com
plete and almost new, embracing a large
variety, among them being I'ayson
scripts, Kureka texts, title text open,
I'hldlau, illumed black, monastic, broad
gauge, F.gyptian, bank note Italic, Tus
can, engravers' open, Celtic, French
clarendon, etc. We oiler these founts
for sale beeance wo are lat renewing the
material of the Ili'i.i.r.iiN Job olllee with
thu latest faces, all costly and adapted to
city iim, lu a few days we will send to
our country Irlends elteulsih displaying
founts separately and In seiles, to which
will lie attached price and terms. Wlieio
whole series are purchased special redtio
lions will bo made. Orders lor job print
ing from country olllees promptly lllhU.
Ceiilcmilnl Hull
lii'.t icrclved by fnlUsttue A Koson
water. :t-2S-tC.
A beautiful line of new embroideries
Just received by the recognized "cmbroid
cry house ' of Cam .1. Hurger & Co.
lnxlinierr l.nt-rn mill XellliiKa.
Ciiibnicri: lace and netting, n splendid
assortment, certain to please the ladles,
just in, at J. Iturger V Co. :i-2.
I ne puuiie sciiooi examination!! same
to a close yesterday, and the pupils will
be given a vacation of one week. A Hum
bcr of the teachers leave to-day, to siend
their vacation ubioad.
llo, for Ihr West.
A good paying business and stand on
Flghth street, between Washington and
Commercial avenues, for sale at a bar
gain. For further particular'. Inquire at
this olllee. :i-21-tt
lodge llross has been unable to attend
to the duties of his police court far a day
or two, owing to the slcknes of Mm,
llross, who has been eonllned to her bed
for several day".
Tlie f.eti'r.
Wo visited the .Mississippi levee yester
day, and found It In as good a condition
is could be expected under the clrcnue
stances. W e can assure our neonlo then:
Is no danger. We feel safe lor this Hood.
Ifiiti-keeirr, Addition.
Do you know that J. Hurger & Co. are
in receipt ol a magnllicentlinn of carpels
and oil clothes, all the very latest styles
and designs ': The llrst arrival of the sea
son. Stop In and examine their stock.
Mr. Kobert Hllllngsly has returned to
the city. He spent a short time In Texas,
for the benefit of his health, which has
been poor for several months; and thinks
Hint the trip will be of much benefit to
't he exhibition which was to have liecn
given by tlie public schools at the athe-
ncuui last iiiuht was postponed, owing to
the sickness of several of the leading jier-
formers. We were not Informed when
tho e.xhibtlon will take place, or whether
It will take place at all.
Sirliiiol Klerllmi.
The election for members of the board
ofediieation to-day ought not to be neg
lected. Mr. S a fiord has made a faithful
officer and should lie re-elected. Mr.
Strattorr will take a lively Interest In the
schools, and ought to receive a large ma
jority of the votes casf.
.Vol Ire.
lite annual meeting of thu stockholders
of the Cairo City (ias Co., will be held at
the companies otllee, city ol Cairo, Mon
day, April .Id, at 10 o'clock, a.m., for the
purpo-e ol electing directors and trans
acting such other business as may come
before them. It. F. Hi.akk, See'v.
At thu residence ot her mother, on
Seventh between Walnut and Cedar
streets, Martha Halm, aged fourteen
years. The funeral will leave the house
at 2:30 p.m., to-day. Special train will
'cave the loot of Klgbtli street at .'1
o'clock, sharp. Friends of tlie family
invited to attend.
The IMiii-r.
Foraciea: shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to ,1,
Ucorge Steinhou-e on Eighth street,
Alexander County Hank building. His
shop is always neat; his towels always
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
Ids tables covered with the latest daily
papers, lor the benelltof his customers.
Aiiollu r Thief.
Some one visited the butcher shop of
John Kochlcr, on F.lghth street, on
Thursday night, while the boss was at
home and lu bed, and made a raid on the
sausages. He also went through the
money drawer, but was poorly paid for
his trouble, as there was nothing in It.
Just how much sau.-agu the thief got
Mr. Koehler does not know. Nothing
else in the shop was disturbed.
w (mills.
Mr. S. Koscnwaterof thu firm of Ooid
stlne & Kosenwater, is now and lias been
for the past two weeks in New York,
purchasing a stock ot new spring goods.
The firm is dally hi receipt of large hi.
voices of new and fashionable spring dry
goods, men's furnishing goods, ivc
which they are selling at remaikably low
figures. It will pay you to call around
and see them. :t-20-lf
Died, in this city, Friday morning,
March Hist, 187(1, Mlsj Kilen l'nrcell,
niece of John Howely ot this city. Fun
eral services will bu performed hi St.
I'utrielj's Catholic church, on Sunday,
Api H2d, half past onu o'clock. A spe
cial train will leave tlie foot of F.lghth
street with tho remains, for Interment at
Villa Khlge.
Npccle Pdtmeiil,
(Jeorgu I.attner, proprietor of the New
Kxcelslor Saloon, Commercial avenue
three doors below Sixth street, is bound
to became the popular resort, of thu city.
This morning at 10 o'clock hu will luau
guratu a new feature In his line of busi
ness, to- : He will resume specie pay
ment pay out silver lu making change.
A free lunch eery morning at lOo'elock.
The bar Is stocked with I'lDner beer, and
the best ol wines, liquors and cigars.
Give thu KxeeMor a call It Is the place
for the best beer, and hard money, tf
A I'rciUcllon,
A gentlemainanio Williams who re
sides opposite this city, In Missouri, who
Is said to bo thoroughly acquainted with
tho freaks ot the Daddy of Water!, tho
Mississippi, wns in the city yesterday
ami informed several ol our citizens that
it was Ids candid opinion that Cairo will
bo troubled very little hereafter by obra.
sionsot that stream. He savs the current
within a very short; time, has undergone
a marked cliange, ana that the entire
force of the current Is now Jon the Mis
sosirljshorc, whereas It was, not very
long since, entirely spent against the
levee surrounding the city. He also ays
lie candidly believes that the river Is
obout to find n new courie, ami Cairo'
lilllire Is settled. Miewill he a irreat ell v.
t'Aitcr t'iire.1.
Dr, Hebcrn Clallln of tho Northwestern
Cancer Instltuto No. 1:173, Wabash avo'
line, Chicago, will be In Cairo, at the St
Chorles hotel, April 2ltnnd 22d to treat
patients for this dreaded disease. Can
cer may be surely, speedily and pcrma.
nently cured, In oil Its forms, if taken be
fore the patient Is too far gone without
the tie ol the knife, with little or 110 pain,
and without debilitating the tiatient.
iius remedy was discovered by Dr.
Clallln, and Is known only to himself.
Having tested Its Mllcncy thoroiiL'hlv
during twenty years' practice, he Is pre
pared to guarantee an aboslutc and per
manent cure In every case he undertake.
Thr I.rtrr.
The mayor and levee committee vl-lled
thu wash In tho levee by special train
over the Cairo and St. Louis narrow gauge
yesterday afternoon. Alter studying the
nature of this new misfortune, which the
committee reports Is not tritlllng, It was
decided to remedy any further abrasions
by the current of the Mississippi, by a
reveltcinent. Tlie work will commence
early this morning, and will be done by
chopping a number ol the largo cotton-
wood trees from along the bank of the
river, which will ho dropped, with their
orancnes in me water, and the huts of
the trees fastened on the bank with .stakes
and ropes, and on the outside of this
structure or trees several barges will be
sunk. It Is believed by all that this Is
the best and only course to pursue at
present, and until wo are given an appro
priation by congress.
Col. Towncs.of Jonesboro. is In n,p
Major Charlci Miller, of New York
City, was at the St. Charles yesterday.
Mr. Miller Is returning to his home from
Pensacola, Florida, where he ha been
on 11 pleasure trip.
Henry Hohannon, a prominent mer
chant or Hickman, is at the St. Charles.
J. M. Parker, ofSyraeusn, N. Y Is
among the prominent arrivals at the St.
5 0. A. Heck, division superintendent
or the Illinois Central, and I.. II, Clark,
also a prominent olllcial or the road, were
lu the city yeterday looking alter the
Interest of that corporation.
We are Indebted to Mr. .lames lllggs
or tho St. Lou's, Iron Mountain and
Southern railroad, ror Hut Springs
Miss Lou Walbrldge goes to Carbon
dalo this afternoon to spend a few days,
and will go from there to Anna, where
she will remain tlie balance ol her vaca
tion. MUJ Livingston goes to Anna
w here she will spend the week.
--The members of the Taylor Literary
Club hold their regular rehcrs.il this even
ing in their club rooms.
Special bargains hi muslins at Cold
stine A" Hosen Water's. ;-2i!-tf
It is thought that tho rivers will be
falling at this point to day.
There Is a number or prominent Ohio
and Mississippi river men hi thu city, who
are here "to attend the sale of the towboat
Gov. Allen, which takes place this morn
ing. The improvements being made In
tlie old Delmonlco hotel make a big
difference In the, appearance or that build
ing. A splendid selection of cheviots just
received at Ooldstluu & Ko-enwatcr's.
Joe Dupoyster who shot and prob"
ably fatally wounded D. A. F.chois at
Fort Jefferson on Wednesday evening,
was arrested and is now out under bonds.
Kchols Is in a very critical condition, and
It is thought will die.
Tlie public school examinations came
to a close yesterday. The afternoon was
spent In the high school and In thu
colored school, In rhetorical exercises
lloth schools were visited by a large numl
her ol people.
We are having lovely weather, and
everybody would have the spring fever
If It wasn't for tho wash 111 the old levee.
Wootcn says he has his patients lu
the pest house well lu hand, and that
there Is an end to the small pox,
There was nothing done In the po
lice courts yesterday.
And now we hear that JiidceJohn
J. Ilird Is to boa candidate for school
director. This will malic tilings still
inoro lively.
The narrow gauge people sent a
special train to the wash 111 the old levee
yesterday, and beshlu tho mayor, levee
committee and other members of the
council, 0 large number of people visited
tlie scene ol tlie new trouble.
Ilurglars are getting bad. We havo
had two huii-e-hreaklngs hi two days.
The I. ale .11, l, (iimilrlili.
From the Auburn, New York, 7)id7y
Ailvtrtiw, ol March 25, wo clip the fol.
lowing item : "Tho remains ol' the late
M. II. lloodrleh, arrived last night at
11:15. They left Cairo, III,, Thursday
morning last hi ehargu ol Mr. iioswell
Miller ot the C. and V. railroad, an old
eomradu and friend of Mr, Oooilrieh, and
accompanied by the bereaved wife. At
Cleveland they wero Joined hy thu
mother and brother, and a'. Auburn hy
the father and sisters ol Mrs. Oooilrlch,
and were met at tho station by Capt,
Ashby,K. H. Cobb and other friends,
Thu remains wero taken to thu residence
ot Mrs. D. 0. Goodrich.
On llic route the most kind and deli'
ato attentions were hown by thcolllrcy:
01 the hvunsvUle and Craw fords villi, tho
Naiidiilla line, tlie Indianapolis mid Vlii
eeniie. the Indianapolis and Cleveland
line, the Lake Shore and Michigan
Southern ami the New York Central, to
the respect and esteem of the otllceis of
which roads Mr. Goodrich had com
mended himself hy his ability, integrity
anil winning manner. It cannot fall to
be a source of consolation to Hie surviv
ing rnends ami relatives that tlieileccased
Is sincerely mourned by every one who
knew him In oelal or business relations.
The following dlspai. h ol condolence
was transmitter! hy the olllcer.s of the
C. and V. IJ. K. Co., on receipt ol the hi-telllgeiii-e
ol the death of Mr. Goodrich:
.Nl'.U Vniiv Mnrnli'll Its',!
H. L. Morrill. Sunt.. Cdro 111..""
In tho absciieu ol the president, Mr. J.
I lerreiiont MoriRin. I I IIMf III I1II11I1.M la.
,, " ' n " '-fS " IVIIIIUI III
Hi; name of Hie olltiwrs I . 1., m.3
Goodr.eir our deep sympatbtes'aiul 'coil'
dolciico with her In her sudden bereave-
I'i' lll. .NIIHINV .1. 1 IHl.MAS. ' -i-lis -"
l.etlrr I.NI.
The following Is a llt of letters re-
fnaliilng uncalled for In the poMollico at
airo, Alexander county. Illinois. fr
the week ending Saturday, April 1st,
Ladles. Crabtrce. Laura: Gleason.
Maggie; Hill, Annie ; MeMnrr.iy, Anna;
Neal, Alice; Sturutt, Martha; Willlngcr.
Gents. lllaekford, Frank; llland
Geo.: Cherry, M.; Fraser, L. !.; III".
gins, John; Hamilton, Jos.; Hamilton,
K. .; Keys. W. II. : Kessler. John S
Lee, Henderson ; Mltcliell, Kd.; McNeal,
I. h.; Mctourt, John: Moseley, Peter;
Mo-ley, W. II.; Well, Dr. L. M.:
Perce, W. I..; Payne, Win.: Oul-'lev. L.1.
Kobcrts, A. It.; Kobhisoti, Ja. ; Kos,
James: Kedbiirne. T. -. l!oliv,.i- 'I'
D. G. : Salirhman. D. E.: Strom. v. P.!
Torbett.J. K. : Walle, A. N. ; Waldo.
' D ; YUiilesJdp, Jas. A. : Wm lzebacli
V lhuier.
I'ersons calling for any of the above
letters should pleae say "Advertised."'
Gut. W. SIcKkaio, P. M.
Hiri'liH Meeilnii.
Corxcn. CiiAMimit, 1
Ciiiro, III., March 30, 1870. j
Present His Honor Mayor Winter and
Alderman Lancaster, Neilis, Parker,
Patlcr, Klltenhouse, Saup, Thltlcvpod,
Wriglit and Yocn.11 9.
The Mayor read the following com
munication which, on motion, was re
ferred to tlii! Levee Committee with in
struetlons to taku such steps as may he
necessary to protect the city's Interest:
To the Clry (.iiiiiirlt r tlie city of Cairo.
Gi:.tu:mk.v You having been eallnl
together this evening to transact general
business, 1 would especially call your nt
t?n,,0l,,,. ,ho Passage of the approprla-
HAH lilll ltl"(l . . 1
ii-. 11 uni iui ini. 1 would ni-o call your
.mi-numi 111 mu COHIIII10I1 Of the Mls.s.
sippl levee below the Junction of the new
leveu for a distance of about .'(00 feet the
said old levee Is cutting rapidly away
and demands your Immedlato attention
or there Is no telling the danger by delay
that might ensue. There is many other
matters I would wih to call your atten
tion to this evening, but sickness In my
family liavo prevented me fiom belli"
prepared, but will be by next Tuesday
evening, the regular meeting of vour
honorable body. Yours resiiectfully"
H. Wi.vum, Mayor.
Thu Ordliiannee commUtee reported
the following ordlnancu ; and on motion
of Alderman ThUtlewood, thu regular
111I0 was dispensed wllh.atidtheordiiiaiKc
ordered to a second reading :
Providing for tho annual appiopriatlons
for the lieal 3 ear, beginning January
1st, li7(l, and ending December Jl-t,
Ho It ordained by tho City Council of the
Skciiox 1. That for the purposo of de
iraylng thu necessary expenses and lia
bilities of thu corporation for thu ll-cal
yeareudlm: December Hist. 1S70. and lor
paying certain liabilities already Incurred,
mo loiiowiug respective sums, or so
much thereof as may bo rcuulrctl. be
and they aro hereby appropriated for the
loiiowing purposes, to-wu :
L From the general Interest fund. For
thu purpose ot paying interest 011 siiu-
ilrr liniuU nf (lie clrv. S't 71" .10.
2. From tlie Fox, Howard & Co. inter
est fund, ror the purposu ot paying
Interest on bonds Issued to Fox, How
ard & Co.. SO.SIO.
:!. From tho bond redemption tuiid.
For tho purpose of paying bonds due
and becoming duu before December
Jlst, 1S76. S200 IW.
A. From thu fund for paving city inter
est bearing warrants. For tlie purpose
of paying prliiiucipal and Interest' on
Interest bearing warrants as provided
in ordinance' No. Jl, SS.OOO 00.
C From Leveu street gravel road loan
num. ror purposu ot paying sums
borrowed for graveling Leveu street,
$ir.O 00.
C From nuw levee street levee fund.
lor purpose ot paying sums borrowed
for erecting embankment or leveu upon
said new Leveo street, S17.000 00.
".From tho general fund. For the
following purposes, viz:
1. To liar salaries of olllcers, SO.'iOO 0(1.
2, To pay coit of repairing, ond por
tion 01 assessments against iiie cityior
cotistruetinr and reconstructing side
walks. SII.OOO 00.
;i. To pay the cost of repairing ol
streets, :i,000 00.
I, To pay cost ot drainage pipe and
work. SI. 500 00.
o. To pay expenses ot board of health,
SI, BOO 00.
U. To pay expenses of tiro depaituient,
$l,r,00 00.
To pay expenses of city clerk's olllon
and council chamber. SHOO 00.
8. To pay expense of city election !?iuo 00.
!. To pay expenses of city jail and diet
ing prisoners, ?l,'J(M m;,
10. To pay expenses of elly printing,
$;ioo 00.
11. To pay expenses of lighting street
lamps, '$2,000 00.
12. To pay fees for collecting general
warrant of lS7l),SI,r.OO 00.
1 1. To pay fees and expenses for contin
gent purposes, $1,000 00.
Making a total amount ol 0s,i0 ) l'
On million of Aldciuian l'hiiluwood,
said ordinance wasapproved and adopted,
by thu following vote :
Ayes-Lancaster, Ncllls, Parker, ratier,
llltteiihouse, Saup. Thlstlewood, Wright
and Yociiui -0.
' Nays-0.
Thu following communication Irom II. I
F. Hlake, city treasurer, was presented
and read, and 011 motion ol Alderman
Kltteiihoiise, icfcrrcd to thu llnaneu
Caiiio, Ii.i.., March, IS7IS.
Tn Un' linn .Muyiir :uii l.'lly miacil nt'llu- City
if Cairo 1
Gl'.N 1 t.KMK.N At tlie last regular meet-
pay pro rata, the several nm , 1?
work on tlie "new hvtc" tx r Ivi ? r
pay roll. Siiliu-iiiicni y' l' riUlveTnTC
following notice ifom the rnav. rr ' ,,,c
M a voit's On u r, City or C.uno,
Caiiio, lu.., March 17th, 1870.
To II. i'i lll.ake, City TruMircn
H,"Tr';t KOlar meeting of iho city
council, lie d March :ith. by a ieolutlon
of said
ooiiy yon was granted an order
u iuii ror thu payroll for labor and
.j-iiii.iiiinoycii upixi tin: newluveefor
t! (.HU . "'Vl " S " '
;:,.i,V.i" ' V" "l1" ,ll0 instill -led by
moll t on IV an . nil...... 11 ."
llll- llllllllll III llt-,l'UU .IMWlllltll,,,, ..
... , - , . iiiuirii up ii.iv
sue 1 persons whose names appeared upon
aid levee iiav m l. i.m mi.. Ji
.1. . - ... I . ' 1 . ..." '"'Il II ill I II I II I
ol tlii! runils a i,ir a they may iro.
I lieri-lii iiitilri ....I n. . ..
1... . .'. V "'"y,i'"iMi" niiiyiir in (lie
city ol ( alro, I shall not sign said order
unless every eniulove has r Iinl hi
money In full . furl! n,i ,,. i.,.i....
the custodian ol the pity mm!, ordinanu'
governs how you shall pay out '.hu sam...'
the resolution passed at tho lat reirular
meeting of tlie city council Is without
warrant or law, I tlerelore protest nilnst
paying out any of the city funds under
said resolution, until such time as It Is
legally ordered. Yours respectfully,
LSIgne.1 IIkxky Win run, Mayor.
Cii'm receipt of said notice, I deemed
it advisable to refer thu matter back to
your honorable limit, nn.l 1 i,..P.....i,i.
submit a statement of the condition of the
"Levi el - uml," to date:
T11I11I rrrciiil en nrconnt 1"
uli.i rlitloii lo lete,. urtlll-
iiiics ,i-r rriorti llleil 71,1 1
lolnl rcri'licil on nrrnunt i,r
t.iiliTliltnnnnri'l.nir iit l.mf in
IllMl lltll.illnl ..aI.I ..... . 1
....... I'ni'i 1,11, 'IT 1 1""
orr IIIpiI Id .March lt '7i-....i,ss'i
Aniimnr 1 .11 1.1 out Jbirli In i'i,
ana .Inl r u.liior f Init;
rniiiinfrtiv on elaliim ub
jeol (11 Hie n.inMil nf tli-
nniirll ;.i; fm
A mount miM nn nci-uiinl or.lnu
I'.iy run, liny onlir Nn. sj
II:ihllCl- In fiiail ...
I (i)
1, 1 1', 'il
Aniuiint of IVIirnalfj 111) toll .' s'iS 74
Aliiniint iniiil nn arctiiU nf uini; 11
I,n,,""i1-; , - ilei
Hntanre ilnc oil I-Mi. jut rull 2,t,;ij s',
Arnomir ilue on new U- nuts Mi- ol
I-.. j .ii hi
Tnliil ariiQUiit.tue rlils iliy 1111 lent S.T.ti 'tf
Respectfully submitted,
II. F. ilr.AKi:, City Treasurer.
On motion of Alderman Nellls council
adjourned. Wi. i'iicncii Axrxv,
City Clerk.
I ilrnm
Fitly cents, at Winter's Gallery.
Kkah This. Illrd cages, Uowfrsiands
Ilower train', moss hiket, ice cream
l'rte.ers, toilet ware, bath tubs, lump
chimney, oil, Outing irons and tinting
scissors; also a lull supply ol plafn and
stamped tinware, wholesale and retail,
byC. W. Henderson, IUI ('01111nerel.il av
enue. Cairo, Illinois. .(-.Vim
All I'linililc UNcii'i Viircil
iiy nn. iiftrz.
lie Is located in Cairo, Illinois, and Is
Still calling 011 you to he healed. Why
will you die of old chronic diseases, when
you can bu cured with so little cost or
money. Do not give It up yet, for there
Is still hahn In Glle.nl. Cairo is tin
piaco to romg to tic cured of all your
aches and pains.
I am now prepared at my olllee to give
medicated baths, and per-ous wUhiug to
receive such, will call at my olllee on
F.iyhth street, No. 22, from thu hours of
2 p.m. till 0 p.m. Also plain baths, hot
baths, warm baths, cold baths, or vapor
oatns. tso persons Having tlie con
sumption or week hums, J,,,, wishing ll)
receive medicine by inhalation, can ro
cvlo the treatment al my olllee, this be
ing thu only true way of getting medi
cine diiect to thu lungs. Al-o I tieat di
ca-c. of thu eyes ol 3'c.ir.s .standing, and
the blind lias been made to mu by my
treatment. All dl-ea-es of (be skin
cure. Fitiil.i cured by mu without the
Use of the knife. If you have a cancer,
come and be cured. All pi I vate diseases,
lu the sliortc-t time, cured by me. In
short, for all ehrouiu di-ciisc of the hu
man system, go to Dr. Unit. If you wish
to bu cured. I compound and prepare all
my medicines at my otllee. tt I said
that practice makes perfect. I have been
thirty years a practicing physician.
All letters and communications shall
he couildcntial and promptly attended lo
by me. Direct Dm Ilcr.i,
No. 22 KlL'hth street, Cairo. Illinois.
Match. 'II, ,fc7H I
1 1.0 IV WAT K II.
j KT, IS. IT. I IS.
Culm ! 41 ii X I
1'lttslmrK I '
Cliuiiitin tl 411 1. X a
l.oul Hie 1''. 11 't
Nuilivlllu ?i ."1 -1 11
st. 1.11111a 11 x a
Mi'inpliis 31 '.' 'J
Yicksliiiii; II u . I
NcivOrtrans a 1 ji
lli'hiw IiIrIi walwiif ls7l
.fAMKS IV a I'm IS,
Pt'ilfi'iiiit. Slgnul M'nli'e, U.S. A.
I'orl i.UI.
Steamer Jim Fisk, P.iducah.
" (ileiicoe. New Orleans.
" Atlantic, St. Louis.
T. T. Ililnian, Nashville.
" City or Helena, St. LouN.
" Ciirondolct, New Orleans,
" Kapidau, Padueali.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Padueali,
" Glcucoe, St. Louis.
11 T.T. Hitman, Nashville.
" City of Helena Vieksbtirg.
11 Carondolct, St. Louis.
" Kapidau, Pittsburg Landing.
wi:atiii:u ami iii siniiis.
Yesterday was another pleasant :laj---warm
and dellglitlnl -though at night
clouds had gathcivd r.nd 11 slight r.dn
was I'allliig, Kusiness was moderately
active. The Ohio river rose four hu he
In thu twenty-four hours ending at six
o'clock last evening. Tim MI-sMl'l1'
lose thite Inches at St. Louis yesterday,
hut is probably 011 a stand then now.
We may soon look for both riwT tn hai
on a stand licit.
The Fisk had 11 1nnder.H1 trip, and got
away 011 time.
Al tho other boat 'in1 Into port with
light trips, and tlm leMltlon here did not
amount to much.
The Commonwealth, dipt. Tom
Shields, ami O.JW. Coies, clerk. lfft New
Orleans on 'Ihursday evening lnt on her
way up Hie river.
Tlie Thomas Sherlock, Capt. Lew
Cates, M. S. Verden, clerk, W leave
ew Orleans this .cvcnlnjf at 5 o'clock
for Cairo, Kvansvirio .'and Cincinnati.
The (Jlty ot Alton left Now Orleans
r St. Louis last evening at C o'clock.
The Future City. W. A. Gall, master,
iea New Orleans for Memphis, Cairo and
St. Louis , m Wednesday evening.
Says the New orW, TimM; .rhe
new and splendid passenger steamer Go!
den Knle, Capf. o. P. Shlnkle, Clerk W.
K. Slum1, is on hand with nn roiif
trip, and Is receiving to leave Thnr.ilw
at 5 p.m., for Cairo. Kvnruvilti. T mil..
vilfc, Cincinnati and all Intermedium
Cant, John Ivomls b is iwnilrnpin.l tuiii.
W. 1,. Mambleton or tho .Mound City
marine ways, lor all tho wood material
lor thu hull of n new steamer for a lower
coast packet, all thu material to be ready
for shipment to New Orleans by the first
or .May. The contract covers about 40,.
000 feet of lumber.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawnootewn, Evans
villo, Iiouiavillo, Cincinnati
aud all way landings.
Tlif unrlvallct lilcvrtiecl ttciiiuer
t). (J Kohlkk Miurtr.
Kd. It, Thomas Clerk.
V ill luyvKvansTllli! fur Cairo every .MONDAY
ml TIIUKSDAY ut 4 o'clock p, in.
lA-avca Ciilrot-vtry 1UKSDAV ami KItIDAY,t
G o'clock p. 111.
Thf di'ifanl sl.le-wliwl atranirr
11km HuwAnii Mutrr.
Waltlii II. I'LNNiMiniM .... Clrrk.
Will Iiavc Uvatisvlllr Tor Clroicry TUK3-
HAY 11ml FltlH.VVut 4 o'clock p. 111,
Will lniieCajroevrry WKU.NKSHA V units AT-
UltHAYnt (1 o'clock p. in
'I'lii1 1'lrxiuit mile-wbei! tinnuT
I. win Coir Mutsr
.Mat. Williams Cltrk.
Ix'avw KmiMvllle Tor (iilro ercrv WKDNKS
I)A V ami ,-ATLIIiAIIY nt ft n. m.
UMCi Cuiro every lllUltSIlAY ml SUNDAY
m 11 p, 111.
Kuch lio.it makes close connections at Cairo
with llrt-cl! Bleamcra for .it. I.oiii, Mem
phliuii'l New Orlfuua, uiul at KvaimviUe wltti
Ihe K. .t C. It. It Tor nil .olntNorUi aua Kat.
ami wltli the t-oiiUvllle Mull Nteameni f.iuall
olnti 011 the Upier Ohio, glvluit tliroiitrti rr
ell.ts 011 tnlfc'tita uml piuwnKrrs to all vointn
for tirllirr liiformatliin apply to
.SOI,. Ml.VKIt. VaeiiKr Agent.
HAl.MDAYllltOS., (...
7. M. I'll 1 f.l.l IVS , 'MKentJ.
Or Id 1 .1. (iHAMMKI!,
.SuriiilemU'iit unit llnernl Krelxlit Agent,
IJ-l.-.U-lv. Kvantville Indiana.
VAiurmr mtokk.
OTew-York Store
Goods Sold V017 Close.
'lorner 10th St. and Commercial At,
Insurance Agent
oino Ziiovx,
Orr MathtiM XThl'i.
NO.NK but rlrat-CUu Companies reprt,
Insurance Agents
City National Back Building, up-italri.
Tba Ol Jaat HaUbUahad Alfency In South
iru Illluols, repraaao ttuar ovnr
(s'liivc-sor to)
B. F.
Paints, Oilf, Varniihei,
Wall Paper, Window OIkip, Win
dow Shades, o.
Alwaji on hand, Um caltbrattil illanlnatia
Brom' asjuULdlusir
Oorser XUTti WMWat
toa At

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