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Ufimg MtUUr mm Xttry Pare.
30KMM. OlMttT, Kdltor.
OidntfU Hie OontRiiJ tnotle oif our to)
umns by the proceedings of (he city coun
cil, wc are curtailed In our editorial scin
tillation. ' '
IT WAV : NO.
A rumor prev.iilotl In Chicago Hint
Mayor Colvln would appoint Mr. llculng
chief of police of that city. The Timet''
say that there h no tbtnulntlon tor the
report, and that pitch an appointment
would le an Insult to every reputable cit
izen. One thing li certain, with such n
man as Ifcslng n clitf of police, thieves
would not bo' tolerated on the force. A
reform nud weeding out lu that depnit
mcnt of the muulcipnl government of
Chicago n badly needed.
Yesterday wo published nn account of
the loss of the ooein, (steamship l'aclllc,
which collided with another vessel and
went down, casting her crew and passen
gers upon n watto of waters. Now, tollow-
ing fastupon the loss oftlicl'aclflc, comes
the news of the destruction of the steamer
Waco, by fire, outride ot Galyc?ton bar,
and the drifting away of her people in
oj it'll boats in the midst of a alc. In
another column wc publish a lull account
of the loss of the latter ship, which plied
between the cities of O iIve."ton and New
MORRIftSiEY FOR PRESIDENT.
John MorrUsoy's friends say lie has
been a political success generally, and
that they think he would be all available
man for the Presidency against Grant.
Till announcement bus called forth the
very fucetlous remark that the prize ring
li more manly than the whisky ring;
therefore John, the prize fighter, holds
the edge on the hero. From the rapid
strides Morrlssey lias made within thn
past few years there is no 'telling where
be will wind up. In the prize ring, as a
gambler, and ui a politician lie has made
Mississippi, in her hour of victory, is
modest. Her leading journal, the Vicks
burg Herald, in referring to the late tri
umlh, uses the lollowlng patriotic and
sensible language : "All the wealth nntl
intelligence oi the State has ever been
ours, and now wc havo obtained the
power. Let us ue it wisely, for 'peace
hath her victories no less renowned than
war.' Wc are now responsible that Mis
sissippi pursues the path of peace and
prosperity. She has again emerged from
darkness, so let the glorious light ot her
redemption shed its effulgence over all
the whites and blacks, that all may live
in harmony, nud be blessed with content
ment and prosperity. Then bhall we
nave Iuuccu wou r. victory whoo glory
cm never fade." Let the Hcpnbllcnils
in the orlh put this In their plpei anil
moke If. I lie oulmgo mill that devoted
its grindlngs'to Mississippi, will remain
quiet sfnciulctlgning auil thieving Jfc
publican lenders have lost their occupa
tion and means ol support. The ne
groes of that State will wear belter cloth-)
lug now, and havo cheerier hearths to
sit by in the winter time.
HIMTIA ATTJIi: CEXrilXXl AI..
Hew York will send cloven of her fln
est militia regiments to Philadelphia dur
ing the Centennial. Pennsylvania is pre
paring to send live, Xew Jersey two,
Xew Hampshire one, Connecticut one,
Ithode Island one, South Carolina one,
Louisiana one, California one, and 1111
noI one. Tennessee, the volunteer State
of the Union, is perfecting her arrange
ments lor the transportation of one brig
ade, composed of some of the State's
fighting material of the late
war. That these regiments will
he well drilled we caunot
for a moment doubt, ui the prido
of the various States engaging in the dis
play would deter them from sending any
other. It will be a proud day for the
United States when she presents to the
representatives of monarchal Europe
the veterans ot the two sections, march
lug the streets ot the Quaker City under
the star spangled banner. It will con
vince the ciowned beads of Europe that
this republic is united lu stronger
bonds than ever bctore, and that the stern
lessons ot tho late war have sanctified
tho work donu by our forefathers one
Hundred years belore.
The lollowlng Is Governor Bcverldgo'is
thanksgiving proclamation :
In coiiforinlty with the proclamation
the President of the United Slates, I,
till li. licvcrldtrp. C.nvprimr of n.
of lllhioU, ilo hereby recommend that
lhursiUy, November 25, 1875, be ob
served m a day of thanksgiving and
prayer to thu Supreme Ituler of tho mil
yeru lor the bounties of his providence.
.In testimony whereof I tivi ...,
set my hand and caused the great seal of
Done In the city of Springfield this, the
. Jox L. nr.vnnipaK, Governor.
By tho Uovemor,
GEonoK miaow, Secretary of State
Pocahontas' original portrait
been founuMn iugluiid.
The laillcs ol Kvausvllle havo taken
hold of the Centennial movement with
ready good will and commendable patri
otism. There are 231,821 uaiuos on tho L.s.
pension rolls; 11,557 havo been added
and 12.077 dropped from the list during
the past year.
Information is wanted as to tho
whereabout of Almda Hrldgeford, col
orcd, by George Bridged, Cairo, Illi
nois. The Carol Timu says there u no
town In iBouthcm Illinois that has ni
nsauy Hmocs hi It as Cartul. Tlicy curry
plitoU ad disturb literary societies.
Tiwlfeaj editor of tlio Memphis Ax a.
faHcA, mb Invented the celebrated
chkikw'fKntwjijr losing his left
ntuia ny an explosion oi one oi uie iowis
lie was arranging the crowing tube in a
coster, the specimen torpedo, when It
went off with terrible effect.
The Olney city council passed n reso
lion requesting the city attorney to re
sign, in order to secure ''an attorney who
will attend to the Interests oftho city."
All tliceiigliieers oftho Gernmiiarmy
arc taught Hwhnmlng iji their first year,
and arc required Jo swim, half nn hour,
without resting or swimming on the
Mr. Carl Zerrahn, the conductor of
Iho lloston Handel and Hardn socletv.
will ho Invited Wuiake his residence In
Urooklyn ami organize a new choral so
ciety In that clly.
Will McCartney establish n mticr in
Mound City? The Johnson Count v Jour
nal says that he will, nud Intimates that
It will be n Congressional dodge. II Mack
can run three cpuntry papers success
rally, he will prove himself n thorough
bred, and refute nlj the stories to the el
feet that, he lacks brain power.
Among the features ot the pantomime
at Ilooth's, New York, this week, is u
troupe of madrigal boys drewtl hi the
old Continental uniform. Thov will
sing revolutionary airs and illustrate the
oiu-tasliloncd military drill paraue. The
closing Rcenu is called the "Centennial,'
and Is painted by Yoogtlln and Matt Mor
on batuidiiy, Itoili ult Hezeklah
iorse, Jiving eight miles southeast of
Mono I-ort, found n balloon In his corn
) nei'j. . oasKci was attached to It, In
which a card was found, bearing tlio fol
lowing Inscription : "iresscinor, whole,
sale Jewelry, Louisiana, Mo." Thu bal
loon was but rilghtly damaged. The
supposition is that It belongs to Professor
Wise, the b.dloon fraud oftho universe,
and that it was caught lu the vlolcut
storm of the preceding night.
"During the President's late visit to
St. Louis." says the St. Louts Republican,
"General McDonald sent up his card for
a personal Interview, when, ns we arc
credibly Informed, Mr. Grant returned
word that 'he could not receive or hold
Intercourse with any Government ofllclal
resting under the odium of Indictment
for defrauding the revenue. " During
the trial before a Washington Court of
Dick Harrington, charged with robbing
a sale, that worthy was taken out or the
prison docks and invited ns one of a few
choleu spirits, to a 'octal reunion nt ilu.
The Johnson county Journal ex
tended the hand of regret to Mr. Prank
Sclmckers. late editor ol the JVowa.
Vienna, owing to the retirement of that
gentleman from ninong the writers of
Johnson county. The Journal savs;
"There were ninny demands made on
Mr. Sehtiekers, while In charge of the
Ytnmnn, by the heads of the different
factions, which were humiliating, and re
quired a stretch upon the part of the re
sponsible editor of that paper which was
damaging both to reputation and nurse
lo avoid such responsibilities lie has
wisely sold out to a man every way tilted
lo ilo such dirty work. McCartney Is
the coining man, and eminently fitted lor
IJio work in hand. Wo coiixrratiilafe our
departed brother lu his safe exit from tho
above named heartless combination. Jn
your now Held, Iliotlier Schuckern, we
extend our best wishes: nmr vrmr
hadow never grow less."
ANOTHER TERRIBLE COAST DISASTER,
ftteimiMilp City or
Oai.vksto.v, Xovcniber 9. Tho stcam
shln City ofWaeo, of tho Mallory Line,
arrived from Xew Vork yesterday, and
was anchored outside with a Heel of ves
sels. At 1 o'clock this morning sliu was
discovered to be on lire. A strong north
east wind was blowing, with showers of
rain, i no passengers, olllcers and crew
took to the ship's open boats, at U o'clock,
and passed through the lleet. The sea
was so high that the other Tessels could
rcnuer mem no assistance. Tho last seen
of the open boats they were drilling in a
westerly direction down tho coast. Tho
agents of the line have telegraphed for
her passengers. Ouo of thu Galveston
pilots, who had gone out on her arrival,
was also on board. Carriages have been
sent down the beach, and n strum im
dispatched cruising outside, in search o?
inu missing passengers and crew. The
steamer burned to tlio water's edge, and
Is now reported sinking. It Is supposed
tho vessel and cargo are a total lose.
Xew Yoiik, November I). Tho steamer
City of Waco was an iron screw steam
ship, 1,500 tons burden. Shu wns built
about two years ago at Chester, Pa., and
was in thoroughly good condition, hav
ing ueen ovcniauieu just ueiore salllii"
from tills port. Her value was S250.OOO.
partially insured. Tho cargo was worth
$100,000. Sho carried aerewot thirty
men Including olllcers.
HKIt l'ASSU.NORIt tlST.
numbered twenty In tho cabin nud steer
age. Her cabin passcnirers werns VI-j
Moelllng. Mr. lingers and wlie. II.
Meyer, Mrs. A. Horsley and child, W.
Hodciihchiicr, W. Fanny Helle.
in the steerage there were twelve pas
sengers, as follows: Ilobert T. Larketi
ton, Mrs. Mary II. Itenbrrwr. s. i
au- n. : : .i ." 1lTj. Jincl
rt.l,S?&rtfe.0n,IblWi, J- I"Al
snAKcmxo roit thi: uxronTuxATiw.
nu.WW0' Xy-. O.-Tho steamer
.y ui Hueo, wiueii burned to tho wa
ter s edge, with her hull rolling in a
heavy sea, suuk at 7 p. m. to-day lu seven
fathoms of water. The vessel and earn)
we a total loss. Tho wind this morning
n,?,i,.Vlo vl"K n. ,"'' i'ho passengers
ElJ'.bh,,"wl ,our "cldes a llte-ralt.
I ckoiis who went c,u- tho uriilu '
steamer this morning, report her hoits
were all cut loofa cxwnVouo. whlcl S
hang Hg to tho ship's s'lde, on. V ml of the
boat having caught h, tho rigging, pro
yentlng ItsTxdng launched. Tnu niato of
ine snip r usiguina, wtileli was lvlnc
about a quarter of a mile, from" the
w ueo, repons seeing n uoat with iwr
sons in It pass his" vessel at 3 o'clock this
mowing going westward. Ilu could not
ay that there were other boats. Tlio
BEA WAS ItUXXt.VO VEIJV HIGH
at thotlme. The steam tug Diickthorn
was dispatched ouhldc this morning,
and has been coasting in sight of land all
nav. She is reported outside yet,
nVowA0:3PP' '"). parties who hare been
P"1"" ,lo Gull shore to tho western ex
nA l. JT. or hnvejitst returned,
and briug no liitcuigentv! of the missing
boat. Acents of the line hnvo tele
graphed to Indianola and llrownsvillu
notirying vessels to lie on the look-out for
Seven 'iun. Onn of the pilot boats
'.which has Itvctl outside nil ilajvluu just
rciiiriicu.nnum'uig no linings, l'arties
from down the laiuud saw a lurmer from
near San l;til Pats who reports having
secti a small boat pas down this morn
ing, which, from his description, It is
uioiijiM, may tinvo been one ortne boats
from tho Waco. It was some distance
out hi the Gulf, and lie could notdMlii
giiish persons in it, but saw what ap
peared to Of temporary sails, Tlie uoat
was urimnsr rapidly to inu westward.
JfOTHMSMOr TIIK IIOATS.
iiUO n, m. Steam-tuir Uiiekthorn lias
just arrived, anil bring the lollowlng ad
ditional partli'inar.i: tier oiiicor.s Mop
ped at l icet, when going out, to ascer
tain from dlllerent vessels lying near
where thu Waco was burned all infor
mation polbIe relative lo her passengers
and crew. Only one of them, the steamer
V iisigama, could give any information,
tier olllcers report having seen what ap
peared to be n raft piss them. They
made an effort to launch one of their
boats, but before It could be done the
raft was lost sight of in the storm and
darkues. Thu olllcers of the liuuklhorn
report, about two miles west and live
miles troin shore. paring tho foremast
and foreyards ot the Waco, with sails at
tached, which had burned oil fust above
thu deck, and they think this ' was what
was taken for a ratt by thu Fuslgania.
Thu Uiickthorii went twenty miles west,
and could find no trace of thu inhliij
AX O.MlXOfS Ol'TLOOl"
Later 8 p. m. The teum-dili Clin
toil Is Just in from Indiiiunla, nud lirinjr
no news. The iigeut f the .Mnlor.v line
Is Arranging to-night todNpatch another
sienmcr nt uayjigm in uie iiioiuiiiir, wiiii
hopes of finding the WacoN boats lower
down the coast. Thu wind channe l to
northwest about 2 o'clock, and It l.
thought If the boats had not made u I. it '
inz on the western coat. thev liavr h . i
carried out many mill s lo sea. It I- i
Uie nic-lioat are all supplied i h w
ter, but It I thou'dit thu olllcers i.i i
scngersiuu not secure any proTMn ' r
the boat. 1 hem Is no reliable Inloiuia
lion to bo obtained ns the origin of the
lire. There were heavv shower of rain
early In the night, with occasional lleht-
mng, nnu navmg n considerable quantity
oi on on no.-im, uie uatims eouid nut uu
i lie agents oi the line slate tnat there
were fortv-'even or fortv-elvbt tim-smis
on board the Waco, Ineludlng passengers,
uiiieer. mm crew.
CKOWD5 HAVE r. Tl!Eni'.!
at thu rompanyV ollleo throughout the
day to learn tho latest new.. There Is
much dissatisfaction expressed at the
conduct of the olllcers and men on board
other vessels which were all lying In
sight, and a number ol them were Ivlng
very near tlio burning steamer. Except
the efforts made by the Fujiyama, there
does not appear to Inwe been nuvthhur
dono toward mvlng tho-e on the Waco.
Their excue Is the terrible sea. which
would have swamped their boats had
they succeeded In launching thcni.
a niH.unn, iMPnr.ssio.v UAtxiso
From all information possible to bo
obtained up to the present hour, 10 p.m.,
itsccinsthe Waco was lying with her
Head to the gale, and the lire, which ap
peared lorwaid on deck, had caught In
tlio large quantity ol oil. It swept over
the vessel, burning everything before it.
Fifteen vessels were fviiiL' at anchor.
thirteen of which wen." to the leeward of
tlio vtueo. The supposition Is that It any
of tho passenger. or crew had appeared
aft on Ihi! vessel's deck, or any boats had
been launched, they would have b. eu
seen by some ol the other vc-sel.-', none
of which ran rontlrjii tho lirst rumor of
seeing boats pass through fhe licet. The
Impression now rralnlrii' wound Is. that
not n son) on hoard tho ill-fated vessel is
llrijular .Meeting Thereof.
Coi'NIMI. CitAMiir.R, 1
Caiko, Im,s., Xov. t), 1S7S.
Present Ills Honor Mayor Wlnteriuid
Aldermen llalllday, Lancaster, Xellis,
Pntier, lllttenhouse, Thlstlewood, Wright
and Vocimi S.
Ills Honor nked to have thu minutes
of the last meeting corrected hi regard to
his vote on tho Steam Power Ordinance
to havo his vote taken oil and thu min
utes corrected so as to read "lost."
On motlou of Alderman Wright the
minutes weru corrected In accordance
Alderman llalllday moved to correct
Alderman Y rlffiit's motion in
minutes of last meeting go
as to read, "that tho blank In sec
tion C, of the ordinance providing for the
amount to bo borrowed, be filled lu at
520,000." Motion carried.
Alderman llalllday also moved to cor
rect Aldei man Wright's motion In min
utes of last meeting so as to read "ufter
tlio 1st day of May, 1S77, with Interest
not to exceed 10 per cent, per annum."
On motion of
minutes of last
' Alderman Wright the
meeting as corrected,
Tho Committee on Claims, to whom
were referred the following bill., reported
the same back, recommending payment
thereof as follows :
Henry Winter, nriyor, salary for
Win. F. Axlcy, clerk, salary
U. F. Ulakc, treasurer, salary for
Henry Gossman, chief of police,
salary for October
A. Cain, J. C. Labile, W. W.
Woolen, Henry Sargent, J. M.
O'Maliey. Win. llrowu, police
constables, each, salary for Oc
tober Harmon II. lllaek, city attorney,
F. llross. nolleo uuiL'Isiratc
i 25 00
J. .1. IJIrd, police magistrate
Charles Tbriipp, for map
John Cornell, work on jull
P. Fitzgerald, work on Jail and
It. 11, Cunningham, rent of coun
G. W. Hendricks, commissioner t
I). J. Galllgan, commissioner -1
James Garland, couimls.ioiier 1
J ct., , j.j
C. C. Gas Co., gas in street lamps 312 (JO
J. . I. Anderson, repairs on pump
Mill Jtlltltt MHII .
F. I. Pecker, glazing glass
Stratton A Itlrtl. 15 kegs nails....,,
Hough and Keailv Fhu L'onmnnv.
,,..ii i. ,ii
Arab Fire Company, 1 quarter's
Hibernian Fire Company. 1 men1
ter's allowance co 00
Delta City FJru Company, 1 imar-
Newton Kico. lumber
Jenkins, hauling dead dogs
Stephen Uradley, hauling slop In
i t)ij ,
ociowtr - 21 CO
Tom Median, removal of dead dog
F. I. Pecker, ql'illmipre..
" 0 00
J. S. McGnhey, lumber
John MeNulty, tape line i
MuiHi oneenau, ;i ingiits- tcrvicu
ns Special police
Henry Ilrown, 3 nights' service as
special police .....V.
I2d. Howell, 3 nights' service- as
Georgo Inter, .1 nights' service
us special police
Aug, Vcrnur, 1 day special po
lice John W. Cornell. 1 day special po
lice Margaret Hrown. nursing smalt
John Clancy, dieting prisoners....
John Clancy, extra meals lor
Cairo Ilullctln Co., contract for
II. II. lllaek. city attorney, fees
on lines collected
James Hoss.O diivs' work with
team on streets "at S3
Tliomns Hoyle, S days' work with
team on streets at &3
Ben Thlstlewood. f das work
with team on streets at S3
William Garln, I day' work with
team on streuts at $3
Thomas Median. 1 davV work
Willi team on streets at S3
Pete Conley, 10 dav' work on
sidewalks at SI SO
l-cie woniey, . nays7 worK on
drainage at $1 50 o 00
.ierr.v .uurpuy. l uay' work on
drainage lit SI SO
Jerry Murphy, S (lavs' work on
street m SI (VI
Jerry Murphy, 17 d.iys' work on
sidewalks at SI 50
Mlchai I Houlihan, 7 dnya' work
on streets at St 50
.Michael Houlihan. IflJ days' work
on drainage at St SO..."
Batt f'aliiiian. 15 davs' work on
drainage at SI 50...
Batt Cashniau, II davs' woik on
streets at SI SO......
Michael Driscal, 0 davs' work on
treel. at SI SO
lichael Dri-cal. 17 days' woik on
drainage, at SI SO..."
John Lane, 13 days' work on
drainage, at SI SO
John Lane, f) days' work on
streets, at SI 60
James Kaltlng. t days work on
streets, at? I SO
James halting. !) days
drainage, at SI SO
M. Mahoney, (I days'
drainage, at SI SO
M. Mahonev. 8 days'
streets, at $1 SO
M. Stanton. I days'
streets, at si iu
M. Stanton. 11 days' woik on
drainage, at SI SO
James Fairell, liaulluj 20 loads.
at 30 cents
loin I-onlcy, hauling 1 load, at
I niothy Gorman, sup't streets...
i nomas .Median, hauling 37s
yards gravel at ISo $170 in
P. tonrad, 3(S 1-5 yards gravel at
75 edits 233 05
t in. M. U'illlains, tras llxtures
lor police headquarters t 50
On motion of Alderman llallid.p (
bills were allowed by thu tollow big c :
Ayes llalllday, Lancaster, Xelll-. Pa
tier, Parker. llttenliouc, Thlstlewood,
Wright and Vocuin It.
Tlic State and dly llrptor bonds of I).
C. Masa, were inesented and read, and
on motion of Airiernian llnllltl.tr ap
Btport of 11, 11. Ulaek, city attorney.
upon dellnipicnt execution? in tho hands
of ofllcer.s was read, and on motion of
.idcrinan llalllday received and ordered
The following bids lor the constitution
ol the proposed new levco were
opened ami road
Bid of Alex Prater. Cairo, at 17 cent
per cubic jard, or 10,59O for doing the
Hid ol l-. Uavis and Irwin Dugan
Cairo, at at cents per cubic yard
Uld oi T. Median, T. Hoyle and Win
Garen, Cairo, jointly, for building fee
tIonsl,2. 3, -laudSof said levee, at 20
cents per cubic yard.
lildot p. II. Corcoran, Cairo, to build
sections 1 and 2 of said levee at 22 cents
per cublu yard.
Bid of illiam Quinn, Cairo, for build
iiiiT llvu hundred feet of said levee, at It
cents per cubic yard
Bid of J. Serbian, Cairo, to build sec
uuiisi'uuu iu oi saiu levee, at 21 cents
per cubic yard.
Hid ol James Cloiiau, Cairo, to build
section 3 of said levee at 31 t ents per cu
1. 1.. i i . . . ....
uiu j urn, nun section -l at Jl cents per
Hid or '1 nomas Little, Cairo, to build
section 1 of said levee, at 22 cents; section
2. at 21 cents ; section 3 at 21 cents and
section 8 at 20 cents pel cubic yard.
Bid of O. Thrupp, Cairo, to build sec
tion 1 ol said levee at 23 cunts: section '.
at 22 cents ; section 3 at 23 cents, and sec
tion 8 at 21 cents per cubic yard.
Bid of William Kendall, Cairo, to build
oOO feet of said levee at 25 cents per cubic
Bid of P. Kllinartin, Cairo, to build
sections 0, 8 or 9 of said levee nt 17 cents
per cubic yard.
ijkioi is. u wonneii and .lames jiier,
of Cincinnati, Ohio, tor tlio building ol
nil ol said leveu at 2U cents per cublu
Bid of S. B. Carttr & Co., Chlcao, for
the building ot all of said levee at 17 cents
per cubic yard.
Bid of Hubert Uairwdl. Cane Glrnr-
dean, for building all of said leveu at 15J
cents per cubic yard proposing to tako
one-half In city warrants at par In pay-
mem ior worK.
Bid of Michael Tyrell. St. Louis, for
the building of nil of said levee at 20 cents
per cubic yard.
The mayor presented and in.i tin. mi.
lowing romtinintivittnn i.. ...(,..., .
building the levee :
Gentlemen of the city Council!
Before Dnsstmr iii. im (lu. i,T,i.- t.. .t i
allo w inu to make a few remarks and sic-
Enr !!!!'' ,lhl'f "luy b" coiHhlerablu Im
or taneu to the tax-payers of Cuho. and
mn guide you to a dllterent action Hi m
""'V " :"ai "e "iKeii. Aot Having 1 1 1
an inv tin on to inoi.t u iiii t-oii,. i
... I i. T
t liny llilntr iiiliertiiliiln to tlie haim-,
mid huvin huen elected to inv im.itinn
y a ninjority of tlie people, it U my duty
to look ufter their Interests. '
. , J li In lliu speeiflentlons for the
inildlnc nt' this proposed levee, It Hinted
uieie is to lie n henna of 00 feet from thu
pase ot the lovee. 1 can fceu no huncllt
to ho (irrived at hy such n benne, but Jnsd
tllO ICVeriO. WhvV llcn.-inco it clmia
"""iiiiiiri'. iii' iifi'M emiuiiirnff tit . i
?!t.f,'om 0U1' citizens tho equal cliuuco to
uid to do this work with Kcniners nir.ilnst
owners ot excavHtors. In (nnvr4uiir.n
with various contractors nud engineer,
they all asem, without tear of successful
contradiction, that n bermc of 10 or 20
feet Is Just a good as one , ot CO feet.
Tho object of a bcrine nt all, is, In case
the lovee is IncrenAd In width they would,
have h solid foundation to build upon.
There being 75,000 yards of earth In the
levee, the extra cost between n
20 foot benne mid n SO foot
one Is from 3 to Scents per yard. Take
the smallest esthnati 3 cents and it
makes a total cot of twenty-two hun
dred and lllty dollars. Sow with the
present condition of our lliiancu.i, this is
an item, ami should bo well weighed.
Another item I would call youratteiitlun
to Is that part of the speclllcatlous
wherein It States the measurement bv the
engineer shall tie binding. This seems
to tnu lo bu arbitrary, to say nothing
more, and should bu so amended a to
read "that If tin ineaui'eiuent made by
the engineer employed by thu city Is not
satisfactory, the contractor may employ
nt his own expense an engineer,
lu connection with the city's engineer,
and that their measurement, as tnav be
agreed Upon, shall be thu lliialc.
I would therelore recommend the
changing ofthe hemic to 20 feet and the
change in regard to the engineer: that
tin letting ofthe bids be postponed 'till
next Monday nlnht. and tneclty clerk re
advertl'o for bids, thereby giving our cit
izen an (tpnil chance to ilo the work.
All of which I respocllnllv submit for
your carotid and cindl d consideration.
Hkniiy Wintkh. Mayor.
On motion of Alderman llalllday
tlie various bids, together with the com
munication from the mayor, were re
ferred to the Levee Committee, with In
struction, to leporl upon the same Wed
nesday evening, Xoveinber lOtli, at 7:30
UN Honor, tho mayor, submitted the
following coiiiiiimilciiloii :
Oiitlciiidi of the City Council:
Having taken considerable Interest in
everything pertaining to the destruction
ot the .ils-ls?iipi levee ; ulco lo ihu Im
provement ot thu Mississippi river and
the protection ol the banks adjacent to
thu city, and feeling and knowing that
whatever will be done for their protec
tion, will have lo be done bv thi general
government, by appropriation- bv eon-i;rc-s.
our "ongre-sniaii having spent two
days In hrt week exauilninir our coudl-
! tloii-taklngconslderahle Interest In same,
and being desirous of sccurim: a special
appropriation for tills point rctpiestcil
me. a- mayor of the city ol Cairo, lo
meet hltii in St. I.onl on"Tlnir.dav for
the purpoe of calling upon Gen.sjhnt
son. wlio has charge of the Mlssllp I
river improvements, and ecnsultli's with
him ns regards tin; iteccary amount
needed, and the best plan to adopt to ac
complish that end. Upon nllccilon I
tlduk it advl-able. and would therefore
neconiniend to your honorable bod v. the
appointing of a committee ot three. whoe
duty it will be to repair to St. Louis im
mediately, and lu their olllei.il capacity
lu coujuctiou with our eongn ssnian, lay
the tact before Gen. Simpson of our con
dition and utter Inability to cope with the
Mlsispp river, sons to bring n much
inlliiencetn bear upon him as po1hlc so
that the Hon. Win. llnrtzell. our con
gressman, will be posted and prepared
when the proper Ihnccomcsiu eouure-s.
to advocate our claims. All of which I
respectfully submit lor your careful con
sideration. U. Win run. Mayor.
Alderman Wilght moved said commu
nication bu received and filed, and the
mayor Instructed to appoint a commit
the of three, together with liiinelf, to act
in accordance with tho communication.
Motiofi carried by the following vote:
Aye llalllday, Lancaster, Xelli,
Parkw, P.uler, Itittenliouse.Thiithjwood,
Wrlgl.t and Yoeuiu 0.
The mayor appointed ns such commit
tee. Aldermen Wright, Xellis and llal
llday. Alderman Wright ottered the follow
ing resolution, which, on motion,
wa adopted :
JUiolced, 1st, That tho Street Commit
tee be requested. If possible, to dispense
with tlie superintendent of streets and all
men under Ids employ, retaining, if
they think proper, a good laborer, us a
mender of sidewalk's.
2d. That the Street Committee arc also
Instructed to have described all strict
lamps now being lit. mid which aru imt
creeled lu eoiilo-tulty with tlio ordi
nances relating thereto.
On motion of Alderman llalllday.
council adjourned to meet Wednesday
evening, rsov. 10, nt 7:30 o'clock.
W. F. Axlkv. City Clerk,
Drunkenness Cured !
Without Inconvenience, nt your homo Antt
dote sviit fivu to un lidUrcss on ricclut of one
. r it. iiuniiAitt), m n.
Maiiiigir.St. l.ouU Inebriate llofjili!.
Onicc-UU UlUuStUft.ht LouU,
Opium or Morphine Eaters !
Cured without pain or Inconvenience, iitvolir
home In lOiluy. .M(dleliit.IVjrlli-tlhiee wu-Ui'
liealiueut cent fueto any wMicsh on ruciptof
llludollri. SLileumuunt Hied dally
Addrens, V. II. IIUIlllAltD.JI. U.
.MaiuiKerSt, I.'.ul. Imlirlalu UoiIlal.
Onin UU Ollwfelteel, l. I.ouii.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Ilnppy relict for young men from the
effect of Error mid Abuses In early life.
.Maniioo l restored. Iniifilinient.sto .Mar
riage icinoved. New method of treat
ment. New nud reinni liable remedies.
Hooks and Clrciilani tent free, in waled
envelopes. Address Howard Af.sooln
Hon, !! N. Ninth street, riillnddnhia.
I'll. an Institution liavint,' a high repu
tation for honorable conduct nnd prole-
sioiuil skill. 8-2l.dAw.1in
Live Agonts Wantoil
To f-ell Dr. Clmso'ij Hi-cIik-s ; or Infor
mation for Kvcryboily. in every conntv
n tlio United States and Cumulus. Kn-
Inred by tlie piddli-hcr to HS nauun. It
ontalns over l!(X)0 lionscliold reel pea, find
s Milled to all classes and conditions of
society. A wonderful book and n lioue
liold necessity. It bells id sl'dit. Great
st Inducements over olloivd to book
jrents. Sumplu copies nent by mail,
unpaid, for S-'. lixcluslvn terrltnrv
Klvrn. Agents inoro lliiin double their
noney. Addreps Dr. Chafe's Steam
'rlntlnu House, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
ON" CHAIN. I'Or fill Infnnniillnn l,w In
ojxTHle nn the Clilcngd luarku, otnil lor our
QJ'ARK ic CO.,
., l.B0 "WaBliln-rton St., Chicago,
Bead! Head! Read!
BEILBRON I WEIL
Hfwo Reduced their Entlro Stock in both thoir Stores), Conflisting of
DRY-GOODS and CLOTHING-,
To a rate never before offered In thi city feudal iitlentlnn Is rjdted In our Ctollilnit rtriiarlnienf
ivlicic joil cmiKct tiKo'i'Uii'iny " 1 '"" "'
SUIT FOR $6 AND UPWARDS.
IN mim BQYS' QVBM0AT8 WE CAST B3 BEAT IN PRICES 0ROVAU7IES.
ALSO IN FURNISHING GOODS I
In our llrylioroli Department vi slid give.
A PRESENT OF TEN YARDS OF THE BEST CALICO
TocirrylMxtj wlio buy- to thcnniount of ncven (tollnrn.
KJ""(.ire 'U a trll nlid we will convince yon that we menu what we mr.'ta
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
HEILBEOIT & WEIL'S,
142 & 144 Commercial Avenue.
11 l -' w.
IN LARGE VARIETY AT
Washington Avenue, or the Levee.
Feather Dusters are indispensible
articles at home, in the store, in tho
shop and in the office. Every good
Housekeeper knows their value,
and will not be without one. We
are selling them CHEAP to suit the
Call and examine, whether you
wish to purchase or not.
IS TITS PLACE.
J. BURGER & CO.
Still Ahead as Usual
This Firm has just brought on
an Immense Stock of
Fall & Winter Ik-Goods
COMPRISING ALL THE-
M0VELTIES TH SEASON
WHICH TnEY OFFER AT
AND WHICH HAS CAUSED THE
EVER SEEN IN CAIRO.
A LARGE, BRAN-NEW STOCK OF
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
Rockwell's Old Stand, 124 Commercial Ave.
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