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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
BVrf.HEI AT THE I'OHT OFFICII IS CAIUO, IL
LINOIS, AB 8ECOND-CI.ABS MATTKU.
Krnest lI.ThielwUf. City KtUtor.
OnFy Moriiinff Daily in Southern Illinois.
onii'lul I'liper nt the City of Cairo.
TABEK BUO'S Manufacturing Jewelers,
So. 128 Commercial ove., Cairo, 111.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in tut column, five cents per line, each
f KPTEMREI! ?TII TO OCTOBER DTI!. -
The Illinois Central railroad will sell ex
cursion tickets at greatly reduced rates.
This is the only route running two daily
trains. The only line that runs sleepers
through from Cairo to Cincinnati without
change. J. Johnson, Gen'l Agent.
,1. II. Jos ee. Ticket Agent.
Near Concordia, Bolivar couuty, Missis
sippi, I have 1,500 acres of land in cotton
tad corn to he picked and housed. To tic
ccrauiodati' white and colored laborers I
jiave larre frame-houses with brick, tire
place? in each, with berths and mattresses
ia each house, sufficient to accommodate a
Urge nu.uber of laborers. The house for
whites will be separated from those for
colored laborers. The highest price will be
yVid for good hands. VTm. M. Si.kdoe.
For the finest roasts, the juciest stea. s,
the tendtrest chops, the most delicious
cutlets, the best Kiusaccs, you must go to
Fred Koehler's sample mom on Eighth
street, where the very creum of the market is
always to he found.
WlSTF.ll's OLD RELIABLE OYSTEH DEPOT.
The undersigned woulel respectfully in
form the citizens of Cairo that we are now
receiving daily, atid the only parties in
ceiving aauy, anu me umjr pa. we, ,
Cairo, direct from Baltimore tresli oysters by
tbe can and from the quantity we are re-
ctiving and selling daily we are enabled to
tell them for ten and twenty cents per can
Jess than any other house in tho city and
the season advances we will be enabled to
-sell them much lower. We are now selling
the choicest brands at the following figure,
Winter's grocery, on Eighth street, and
si the Hotel De Winters, late Arlington tio-
l at any time, day or night,as tho hotel is
never closed. Parties can always rely upon
II. Winter & Co.
Five lots on on Levee street, al-ove Reed's
foundry. Will be sold cheap. Title per
Zees. M. J. Howley, Real Estate Agent.
' CAIEO AND ST. LOOS R. R.
xlHEATLY HEDt'CED KATES TO THE ST. LOVIS
Tfflkets will be placed an sale October I
Sod good to return until October Uth.
This is the only road running an all day-
TigM train between Cairo and St. Louis.
Train leaves corner Second street and
Ohio Levee 8:4.) a. ra., arrives St.
Louis 5:20 p. m. Our omnibuses deliver
passengers and baggage in St. Louis, tree
V vuaii. I
J. A. Nawle, L. M. Johnson,
Aent. Gen'l Manager
IJUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
1 lie IK'Sl BHIYC 1U IUU nuuu Wl iu, 1
! I . J . f,.m
m.nli.pnLult rheum, tever sores.
tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
ll kinds of skin eruptions. J his salve is
rranteed to eive perfect satisfaction in
a i ii n nr tnnniv rofundor) Prico. 2.1 I
ceatiperbox. cor sale by uEO. t. u iiara i
U 1 3 1 . us u l a i fciw i
r resu aooue oysters win ou kcus hi
1. W . ' t - i. (II I & I I
Knllr tripiiirh tltn anaann rvmutfcntlv ml
slock, and our numerous customers will be
applied in quantities to suit, by the dozen,
ha ad red or thousand. Also fresh Baltimore
. , ... ... ..I i i
wt close figures. Send your orders to the
Oy ater and FIbIi Depot, Ohio levee, corner
Eighth street. RoiibhtIIbwett, Agent.
TO WHOM IT MAY C0NCF.RX.
Notice is hereby given to all persons not
to harlnir, trust or give credit to my former
Mary, on my account, mr i win pay
oo lulls ot ner contracting, u. lvmmeh.
Caiko. Ill, Oct. 4, 180.
L ton northeast crner Commercial ave
nue, and Tenth street. Cheap.
M. J. llowinr, Real Estate Agent.
.Jlr. Hugh Barton will, on tomorrow,
vwamenne canvwsini: for advertisements
for the riireatre Lomtques house program.
imin. linn --I'marMiimi! i n noun iu.im.'iiip
fr.,llM, f. .,, ,wl,;,ti ..to. clnn.
tfftiwu M'9Uan 1 of them wrc bt.-i:i;
toibutc'3 everv w"fk.
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GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Notice" In theo columni
each luKWilon. Marked
ten centi per lino
"Between tho acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Koismeyer's.
-Fresh Oysters at A. T. Po DaunV 50
Only 7.50 round trip, via Illinois Cen
tral railroad, to Chicago, Tuesday, October
Hon. Win. Hartzell left for Vienna
"Between the acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Korsmeycr's.
Fresh Ovsters at A. T. Do Bairn's, 50
No such opportunity for visiting Chi
cago will be offered again this season as
the Illinois Central is now offering.
Mr. J. E. Jenkins, of Clinton, Iowa,
is visiting at the residouco of Mr. M. Eas
terday. Fresh Oysters at A. T. Do Baun's, 50
Passengers for tho Chicago excursion
will find the sleeper at depot Monday eve
ning, and can retire at the usual hour.
Their anxiety to serve the sovereigns
has taken Messrs. John Reeve aud Charles
Nellis out in the country.
The city council has decided that the
services of the health officer can be dis
pensed with after the 13th inst.
Dr. Stevenson, ot Commercial Point,
was in the city yesterday. lie reports
business booming in Jhat locality.
Merchants, bankers, lawyers, doctors,
farmers, mechanics and others should see
the Chicago exposition. Go via the Illinois
Central, October 12th, 180.
Just received, a full assortment of West
Brothers fiue hand-sewed -Common Sense
Shoes" at O. H.vvthoun's. Ladies should
call and see them.
The Chicago exposition is the wonder
of America, and the Illinois Central is deter
mined the people of Cairo and vicinity
shall have an opportunity to see it.
The cow of Mr. Thomas Kean died
yesterday. She was a fine animal and, like
the Irishman's pig, "when she lived she
lived in clover, and when she died she died
The remains of Walter Thompson were,
yesterday evening, taken up the Ohio by
the Gu3 Fowler. They will be interred at
Dyersburg. which is situated twenty miles
above Smithland, on the Cumberland river.
Before 'Squire Comings yesterday fore
noon Anthony McTrige was arraigned on a
warrant sworn out by Alex. F. Ford for
assault and battery. The evidence showed
the prosecution to be malicious, henco the
defendant was discharged.
An Ohio Garfield and Arthur club con
slay one of these men, ana thus maKe trie
number 328, or manufacture an additional
,f ,i rua y,at r n:m it is rmir
. . . .,, , ,
l'kly thot this organization will have the
cflect ot busting tne caiue.
The two womeD) Harriet Wright and
day, adjudged insnnc, arc still confined to
in the county jail ana win remain mere un-
remission is obtained from Dr. Wardner.
, Bnmr:n.,,1()n. nf the .,..,... to seru
I them on. At present Alexander county 1ms
already in the asylum, more than double
the number of persons to which it is en
titled. -There will be a meeting of the com
mittee on arrangements, for the democratic
turnout for Weduesday, October loth, at
Hinkle & Moore's warehouse, at 10 o'clock
Saturday moruinz, October 9. A full at-
tendence of the committee, which is com
posed of Messrs. Walton Wright, B. F.
Blake, II. Meyers, John Koeuler and Win.
Mcllail, is required to complete the arange
ments. Quite a disturbance was created at the
corner of Nineteenth and Washington day
h,r vlttor,v tv two females, inmates.
-f.l.- r.an.AlLi.il.linr oitnuti.il ir Ow.mrniT
U,D a -' -
ine ottenaing party, who was aneavy si
1 . namAil & nna Ilhut'n fiiV.ri'v tlllimi.
, . . . . , 1
ariwmK a pibioi on ..er, w.rti.r., i
Bhoot her. Mrs. Brown was yesterday ar-
rested on a warrant and lined live dollars
Rn,i kv Honir,. Oslmm.
rm, VnLxiatn 1 1?(J t ... l llll'l.il
vu m "-""i ."-n-
Tribune denounceu Uen. .vrtnur, tne un-
nuhhmin candidate for the viee-nresidencv.
. 4,, ,.. ,.p . 4.0,.,i;to ,.r rf.
enue thieves," and asserted, that "every
member or the ring o! crooKea importers in
New York eitv desires and is laboring for
thR rHturn flf Mr. Arthur to the collector
ship." The Tribune is now heartily labor
ingto have this disreputable fellow elected
vice-president nf the United States.
-The Reform hall is but seldom fie
I quented during the week by either home
people or strangers at the present time
With our home people thu novelty of the
thing has worn off, and hence they are sel
dom seen in the hall except on the regular
meeting nights of the club, but it strikes
us that strangers who visit this city am:
ramain a day or two, could be induced to
pay it a visit, and thereby carry off with
them a better impression of Cairo.
I suggest that attractive plav curds, invitmi,
Kn strangers to visit the hall, and stating
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' oimu. nung ui ui
I i''i'" sitting nv-m oi every notci n u.e
city, in crier that strangers may at
BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOREIt, ! 1SS0.
last ho informed of the f.ict that nn orgaui
z ition such as the Reform club lias nn ex
istence here. It would doubless meet'' the
eye of tunny who were interested in the
tempereuce work, and induce them to
visit it, while others would frequent it out
of curiosity, and all would give a flattering
account abroad. It is doubtless true
that many " long have sought, and
mourned because they found it uot." And
all because they were ignorant of its exist
enco or where it was to bo found.
A number of our young men feel them
selves slighted because their names did not
nppcar in our list of marriageable young
men, published a few days ago, and we
have been compelled to promise them that
their names should appear at some future
time. They may be regarded as somewhat
forward by thoughtful papas and mamas,
but since they entertain the belief that
"only the brave deserve the fair," have
"screwed their courage to the sticking
place," in order that they may obtain as a
partner for life, one who will "love them
little, love them long."
. It really looks as though the stampede
of tho Republicans had commenced. All
their manufactured courage aud pluck has
oozed out aud they are to-day as badjy de
moralized as when they first heard of Han
cock's nomination. Of course Maine has
had something to do with this result. Gen.
Hancock's unequivocal letter on southern
claims has bereft dishonest alarmists of
one of their most effective spooks, and Gov.
Hendricks' emphasis of the really greatest
issue ot this campaign has to all appear-
ances. matte soiui tne deeming uctooer
lion. Lawrence Harmon, of Peoria,
.lemocratic candidate lor attorney-general,
will address the democrats of Cairo and
surrounding country on Monday next, the
11th inst. His appointmeut was first fixed
for the 15th, but a dispatch yesterday re
ceived by Judge Green from the chairman
of the democratic state central committee,
states that Mr. Harmon will certainly
be here on Monday. He is oue
of the best posted men in
the country, and pictures tbe misdeeds and
shortcomings ot the republican party in
the most eloquent manner. We suggest
that the court-house be secured for the oc
casion, as in it all will be enabled to hear
him and find comfortable seats.
Hancock is not a protcssional army of
ficer. He is a soldier whose patriotism auu
devotion to his country have been tested on
more than one battlefield. He is more than
a soldier. lie is a statesman ot superior
ability. His honesty is unquestioned, his
character unstained. In all their research
es for something to defile his character, the
republican sleuth-hounds have failed. This
kst great charge that he was in favor of the
payment of the southern claims recoiled
upon themselves, and left him in higher re
pute than ever before. Because they could
not finx something with which to smirch
his high standing they are well nigh dis
tracted. Their time is growing short. If
they find anything, they must find it soon.
Oniy a little more than three working
weeks remain between now and the Novem
ber election day. Hancock's record is in
vulnerable. To bo sure, we have not a very old
head on our shoulders, and it may there-
ire not become us to have opinions like
the Olympian oracular editor. But we will
make ourselt heard sometimes, if not felt,
and what we wish to rem irk now, is that it
always seemed to us a great waste of en
ergy to laboriously dig up and sift to the
winds the mole hills of Credit Mobilier and
De Golyer thefts, while the mountaineous
excrescence ot the presidential steal is
charged with dynamite to our hand. The1''
luLLETix is entirely satisfied that Mr. Gar
field was guilty in the Credit Mobilier and
De Golyer business, and it might be able to
pardon him for these thefts; the thief on
cross was pardoned; doubtless Mr.
JarfieM has us bitterly atoned of them as
lid Barbas for his sins. But the Judas
cariot, thi.t betrayed popular suf
frage with a kiss; that put to an ignoble
death the vox roi'i'Li of thu United States;
that blasphemed the spirit ot liberty in
tho holy centenary of its birth! Can there
be in time or eternity adequate punishment
for such as he? If the Republican party
had put up its purest and most exalted
name; a candidate who was the veritable
north pole, instead of in Louisiana, and ot
theelectoral commission, when of the sacred
will ot tho neonle "a damned dttcat was
made" he still must have been beaten on
that issue, than which in all the wonderful
history of the world, there has been none
greater, plainer, or more vitaU''
The Reform Club meeting last night
drew out a larger number of persons than
have assembled there for some time, und all
were well entertained. The meeting was
called to order by the president, Mr. M
Easterday, and owing to the absence of the
secretary elect, Dr. Petiie was chosen secre
tary pro tern. The resignation of Mr. Geo.
S. Fisher, as secretary, was then read anil ac
cepted. Mr. Will Williamson was chosen to
fill the vacancy. The chair appointed the
executive and finance committees, the for
mer of which consisting of Messrs. J as. F
Miller. R. 8, Yocum, Chaa. Lancaster,
J-hn Sullivan and W. L. Bis
tol. and the latter ot P. C. Barclay,
E. E. Comings und II. ells. An article
entitled "Masked Batteries," written by
Mrs. Jacob Martin, was then read and
well rend, too by Miss Edith Martin, nter
which Rev. B. Y. George delivered a pol
ished address on the subject : "Father
Matthew, tho Catholic Apostle of Temper
auce," in which ho pictured iu glowing
terms the good work accomplished by that
good man. A handsome boquot, furnished
by Mrs. Win. Batty, graced tho president's
table. Tho singing was of its
usual character, and tho meeting in goner
al was us pleasant and interesting ns the
most exacting could wish for.
The News of last eveniug clips the bet
published in yesterday's Bulletin aud
signed "Democrat," and proceeds to dissect
it, and in its criticism forgets that it re
pcatedly made tho assertions, which, in its
dissertation it indirectly denies. There are
four propositions iu tho bet offered by
"Democrat," and of these four the News,
by stating that the bettor would win seventy-
five dollars, admits thr.t ho can prove three,
The proposition which the News claims
can not be proven is the second: "that it
was done by three prominent republicans
who reside iu Cairo." Among the three
that it thus admits can be proven is the
first: "that the if 329 was not ordered
painted by the democratic national commit
tee." Yet the News lias repeatedly asserted
that the painting had been ordered done
by the democratic national committee,
hence it is guilty of a square back-down
by admitting that "Democrat" would win
his bet on that point. But to another
point. As intimated by the News
Capt. W. P. Wright called upon us yester
day morning and offeted to take up only
oue of the propositions, and not being the
better ourself, nor yet having authority to
accept any offer that did not include all
the propositions, we were, of course, com
pelled to refuse his offer. He then offered
to accept all the bets with some material
alerations. whi ch wo were, of course, also
compelled to decline. It should be under
stood that we did not make the bet and
had, therefore, no right to accept any offer
that did not mean an unconditional accept
ance of each and every proposition con
tained in the bet without any alterations
whatever. Theproposition made "Democrat"
were perfectly fair, considering that the
News lias seen fit to make the very state
ment which he denies, and the fact that no
one can be found to take them all, only
shows that the assertions of the News were
unfounded. Wo still have the one hun
dred dollars in our possession and are pre
pared to put them up on the propositions as
DEMOCRATIC MAIL MATTER.
About a week ago Mr. Al. Sloo, one of
our postoffico clerks, called Mr. W. W.
Wright to the delivery window aud in
formed him that a large quantity of cam
paign mail had been received at the office
addressed to persons who could uot be
Yesterdty Mr. Sloo again called Mr.
Wright, and after again stating that the
parties to whom the letters were addressed
could uot be found, handed him out tight
largo bundles of letters., Mr. Wright took
the mail and found that it was a mass of
lemocratic campaign documents, sent here,
no doubt, by the national democratic cen
tral committee, aud after throwing some of
the letters away, examined a few of the
balance and found that they were ad
dressed to nearly all the most promi
nent citizens in Ca'ro men who have
resided here for many of years, are known
by nearly every man, woman and child in
the city, and who have, at the present time
and have had for years, their mail boxes in
the post office into which Mr. Sloo places
their other mail daily. The following are
the names of a few of persons, whom Mr.
Sloo says he did not know an'l oould not
O. A. Osborn
W. F. Russell,
A. B rnes,
M. P. Fulton,
E. E. Walbridge,
F. M. Ward.
D ivid Barry,
W. L. Perce,
Geo. B. Sargeant,
Geo. Winter, jr.,
P. M. McAllister,
Jeff M. Clark,
t, O. Patier,
L. W. Baker,
A. J. Alden,
E. C. Ford.
II. F. Goodyear.
Samuel M. Orr,
Jno. J. Bird,
John Van Vaster,
These, as stated, are o:ily a few of the
names found upon the envolopes, and it
will at once Ir seen by our readers that
Mr. Sloo's excuse for not delivering them
cannot be accepted. What, then, was the
cause ot his failure to distribute tho mails?
A simple stifument of the circumstances in
the cxK ml enable the roadcr to find tho
To My Friends:
T DESIRE to announce that
Men's Youths' and
That I feel confident will merit your closet attention.
31y Stock, as heretofore, will embrace the Newest De
shrnsuiul Shies, especially manufactured to meet the re
quirements of those appreciating first-class honestly-made
llothimr. The reputation of my
heinir fullv established. I deem it unnecessary to make anv
further claim, but refer you to those who will substantiate
the above. And they are found anions the bet dressed peo
ple of Cairo and vicinity.
Haintcrloujrli Rro Broadway CiiNtnin-inade flothin?.
John R. Stetson & Co., Celebi ati d Hat.
Rob't Davies Jt Co. mid I. L. Lowet y & Co., FiueXcek and Hidi'i w ear.
Thanking: you f'.r p;N favors anil x
)1 Ohio Levee.
answer to this question. The postmaster
is a Hepub'.icau. as is also the entire force
of the Cairo post otliee; he knew the mail
to be Democratic political matter, a proper
jelivery of which might be detrimental to
the interests ot his party, and that tho men
to whom the letters were addressed, were
reading and thinking men. who would not
hi apt t" cat a letter of that kind aside
with a sneer. These Hie the facts and,
knowing that the excuse clVercd tor the
non-dehverv of the letters h iut allowed.
(for certainly, such men a-i C. . Patier,
Jude Bird, etc.. etc.. are known to the de
partment,) a jjross violation cf law has been
resorted to in order to serve the party in
power. This is uot the tirst intimation, we
ave had of unsystematic business in our
post ofhee. Complaints have repeated.)
reached us of various wrongs ia the m:.u-
agemeut, which great iy inconvenienced
some c f our business men.
The above facts we obtained from Mr.
Walton Wright, and are highly diniagim;
to the officials iu the mail service here. It
may be that an explanation ca.; he offered
which will rob it of some uf is worst fea
tures, and, it so, we shall not lie touti'i un
willing to make- it public.
HON. JOHN H. OBEKLY SLAN-
The Peoria Transcript is re?p'.nsible for
John II. Oberiy, in his Saturday evening
speech, vouched for the patriotism of Un
democratic party. And yet O'.arly is said
to neve been in the rein I ar::iy. Hlio
vouches tor his patriotism;
John II. Oberiy was uot in the rebel
army, lie uvea at .nempais when
the war broke out. where he voted tor
Douglas in 1900. His opposition M the
secession movement wai so pronounced
that he became an object of special
hate to the rebel element. He was
arrested by a secession vigilance commit
tee, and given twenty-four hours in which
to leave the city, in which he had lived for
years, because of his devotion to the Union
and constitution and the laws. He was
personally ill-used, his property sacrificed
and his plans for the future laid waste.
Instead of being in the rebel army, John II.
Oberiy was true to the Union at a time and
in a place when it was all one's life was
worth to declare tor the Union. We have
evidence of the Transcript's falsehood which
is subject to the examination of the curious.
Oberiy 'a patriotism needs no vouchers. It
is as fixed as the hills.
Do not trifle with a cough, cold or affec
tion of the throat, lungs or bronchial tuln-s.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, is a poiitive cure
and prevents consumption.
The two-story brick businesH house, on
Commercial avenue, near tho corner of
Eighth street. Apply to V. Reiser, com
er Twelfth and Washington.
The following correspondence explains
St. Lons, October 1st, 1B90.
Mr. A. T. UeBiiun, Cairo, Mlnoli.
Dbak Stu Your favor of the 28th, to
ban 1, iureo'.y will say that I do not com
pete in prices with the pickers you men
tion, as I pack only kikst-cam stock and
Fii-t. cans: if you wish give those parties a
trial and I am satisfied wnat tno result
will be. ' Awaiting your further orders. I
remain, Yours respectfully,
I keen only the above oysters. Am sell
ing ova's at 40 cents; extra selects at CO
cents per can. A. T. DkP.ac.n.
GARLAND BASK DURNER.
The heaviest and handsomest heating
stove ever otl'ered in this market, for soft
coal, also, same pattern for hard coal, a
favorite with all who have tried them. New
arrivals of even variety ot stoves for tho
fall trade are r. Uing In every day. Last
but not least the celebrated Charter Oak
Cook Stoves. C. W. Hespuiwoji,
104 Commercial Avenue.
III., October Gth,
I Mill oiler lliis
&. Vi'i'illir.-' Famous Manhatan Shirt..
lii itinira continuance. I am
Thi' Hois Cbitliiei
T. LOUIS FAIR AM) EXPOSITION,
OCTOBER 4TH TO 'Jill, lllilo.
The Illinois Central R. R. will sell ex
cursion tickets Cairo to Pt. Louis and return
at 17.20 lone and otie-third fare fur round
trip.) Will comuici.ee sale of tickets,
Saturday, October 2d. Good to return until
October Uth. inclusive. This is the only
line running three daily tniA through to
the union depot in .t. Louis.
J. 11. JiiNK-, J. Johnson,
Ticket Agent. Gen'l Agent.
The "IJurnsi ie property" on corner wiuth
east corner Seventh and Jellerson avenue.
House ha- eight rooms ami kitchen. Good
cellar, wood-shed and cistern. Four lots.
Terms reasonable. M. J. Howley,
Real Estate Agent.
Madime Fioyd has opened a day school
at Turner hall, where -he hopes to be nl
roni.ed. Special success assured in mathe
matics, Latin, French and music. Terms
Cut (ill SYIIIT
Gun. "NVm. 15. Andep.son
IIo.v. Samckl S. Marshall
Will ildrc the people ui
C A I ii O.
Wednesday, October 13, 1880.
Cotno mil hr ttm Wu-t ably diKU-scJ. TLc
U(li-r cxpeclnllr mviti'd.
liv Onoirt or Tin Coxxirrts.
.'Hit MA LB. A now Job oifflco, complete in hity
inrtlculkr. and lnt what Id wanted fur tho run
nf Job. pamplilut iurt other work In nnn towriH.
TI.e material wan all can fully wlectvd at the fouie
dry by a Job printer oi 3 1 year i-ipcrtt'cce. Type,
bord'-m. etc . r or tbe Utt't TyU. and In ir
feet orilor. Tbe pre n eighth medium, r'ur
liartUuUrn.addren "A," care of Ilalletin office,
Cairo, IllinuU. .
OHDINAXCB N'O. M.
An ordlnr.ncc amendlnc feet Inn l.('fcJiter XV
thtt ItovlKud ordinance.
Un It ordained by the' i Ity cuiiucll nf Ihe city of
Hi-chonl. That cuettou 1 ufchuptur XV of thu
revlxed ordinandi ha amended n un to liureufter
Mart at follow:
Hie. 1. No railroad company or cetnliii lor, en
gineer or other employe of any railroad company,
or other peraon niaiini(ll:K orcoiilriillliiii liny loco
motlTH, eiiglni , car or train upon any rullrnnd
track. ahalF. within thef irpnratr lluilt nf the city
of Cairo, run or caimu or fiirli'i or permit to run
anyiiKh locomotive, enilne, rnrnr train under
hie or their charge or cnnti ui iipnn any audi rail
road track at npei excei ilii'i; Un" fill lowini: l'n-
elixir triiitin at im 1 md to exceed ten nilleaun
boiir; all other trnln, card uni-liiea or locomo
tired at a upecri not i xciicdini !x mllca nn hour.
d Octohel Tin. A. i l-wi
N. II. THISTLE WOOD.
Allen! : I). J. KOI.KV,
ClTV Cl.KKK's OriVK.
Cuius IU" , Oct. 0th. lNS'l
WU'ri'iic. thn fommlttiio appointed tiuder ordi
nance No. 1". uppruvdd May lull, lssn, to tlx ami re
port to thu city council tho prices at which Mm
Int. laid oil' In portion" of the trip of ground ti n
feet wide, known un lallrond strip, laying between
I'n-ir'efiith ftieet and St. Umrlen'trmit.i'honld bo
ind. did report to the city council (it Un reanlnr
Meeting, belli Oetubcr nth, (which report waij
pprovo d by the cltv council), tiling the price" of
ifn! i!' ami !W In block I ) of rnllroail addition (be.
ling Iho ground ultMiitcd between the Kt. Chnrlm
Hotel property and Kallroad alloj) which fald re
port In on llle In my olllco.
I'libllc notice In hereby given to tho owner or
ownem of tfcc property untitling on the r-nld loto
abovu mentioned that they have the right nml priv
ilege for ilxty day from the date hereof to pur
chime the ald loto ST and above dencrlliud tit
tlio price, fixed by commit