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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORXING. OCTOBER 11, 1880.
NEW SERIES NO.Q 02.
of tliu leading bimiucm buuiun whoae advertlao
inotitf may be found lu Tin Bulletin .
CO. Patier 4 Co., Commercial avcmw and Nine,
Voctim fc Brodcrlck, Wunh. Ave., cor. Eighth.
New York more, C. O. Patier & C , Cur. Nino
tceuln unit Commercial.
Or. .1. II. Marcan: office, lo Commercial avenue.
Dr. Leach &, Wheeler, KIkIiIIi streot,
Dr. W.C. Jocelyn, Klelith near Commercial.
Dr. E. W. Whltlock, Lib Commercial avenue.
II. II. (hndee.No. TO Ohio levuerup Hairm
KoultaMu Life, of New York, corner Twelllb and
City National, Ohio levee.
TLc e fctalca.
John Miroat, comer Twelfth and Levee,
K. C. I'oid. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
G ENKHAI, DELIVERY open . :) a. m.; cloeci
I 6:1)0 p.m.; Sunday: to V a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; clone
' riiriuKb ExpreM Mailt via Illluola Central 9:40
VHwlKltipl Central Railroads clone at 9 p. in.
CaiM and Foliar Blufl Through and Way Mall
clot-en at 1 p. m. .
Way Mall vlu Ullnola Central, Cairo and Vin
cennet and Ml.s.ntppi Cenlral lUUroad clote at
' Way Sal) fjf Narrow Oiue lUlltow l close, at
" Cair'u'aiid Evani-V.lle Wver Route clones at 2:3U
p. m. oaliy (except Friday).
M.iyor-N. B. ThiUlewwid.
Treaiurer Edward Dcxonla.
Cl :rM-DtunlH. J, Foley.
i'ounelor--Wm. H. Gilbert.
A ttorwy William Ueudrleka.
toiHii or tuitvjitn.
Ktr-t Ward M. J. Howler.
Second Ward-David T. Linear, C. K. Wood-
WTUlr4 Ward-W. P. Wright. Ek-bert Smith.
Po'irth WardCharle O. Patter, James Kycaiton
Fifth Ward-T. W. Ualliday. Erne! B. I'etttt.
Circuit J'idire-D. J. Baker.
Circuit C!rk-J. A. Reeve.
County Jndire K. S. Yocuro.
County Clerk-h. J. Humni.
I'ounty Auorn.v 'V. C. Malkejr.
County Trtafuri-r-Milea Vt". Parker,
fcht-rifl JoUn Ilodces.
County Cotnmimionors T. W. Uauiua), J a
M. (iibb. Samuel Brlley.
VFKICAN M. E Fourteenth rct. between
Walnut and Cedar street: services Sabbath 11
a. in. and":' p. m.; Sunday School :) p. m.
CiHRISTIAN-Elirhtcenth street; tnoeUnn Sab
J batbl0:p.m.; preacblnif occasionally.
CIICKCII OF THE REDEEMER (EpUcopal)
Fourteenth street; Sunday Morning prayer
10 ) a. m.; evening prayer, i : p. tn.: Sunday
school :J a. m. Friday eveninu pruyer 7:3U p. m.
THIRST MISSIONARY BAITIST CHURCH -JT
l'reachlajt at 111:90 a. m., i p. m., and 7 ' :30 p. m.
batihatn school at 7:3U p. m. Rev. T. J. Shoret,
JL'TIIERAN-Thlrteenth itrett; wvlurf Sab
j bath 1:S a. in, ; Sunday school 3 p. ra. Rev.
MKTOODIST-Cor. Elghtb and Walnut streets;
Preaching Sabbath 10:.) a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
School, a. m. Rev. Whlttaker, pastor.
lRKSBYTKRIAN -Eighth itreet; preaching on
. Sabbath at 11 :W a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:) p. m.: suuuay scnooi
tl 3 p. in. nev. u. t . u.'
SECOND FREE-WILL JIAI'l is I - rineer.m
etrvet, between Walnut and Cedar etreet ; eer
vlcet Sabbath at i and 7:) p. m.
l;T. JOSEPH'S-dtoman Catholic) Corner Cron
O and Walnut itreetd: fervlrea habbath W:Ua.
ni.; Sunday School atS p. m.; Vexpert 3 p. m.; ter
vicea every day at 8 p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
Hreet and Washington avenue; aervicca Sab
hath B and 10 a.m.; Vpr 3p.m.; Snnday eh',i
8 p.m.; aervlcea every day at b p. in. Rev. F. ael,
WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE Vt
l ION, holdK lie regular weekly meeting in
the hall of the Cairo Temperance Reform CIuo. ev
ry Thuwday afternoon, at 3:; o'clock. Kvery
body Is Invited to utteud.
MARBAN, M. D
Iloraeoiiatlic Physician and Surgeon.
Offlco 140 Cfc amerclal avenue. Realdcnce corner
Fonneenih St. anil Wasblngton avenue, Cairo.
R. E. W. WHITLOW,
Ornci No. W, Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
JjU. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth. Street, near Commercial Avenue.
A-iawcuklnynnrowntown, fHontflt free. No
Xhhiltk. Reader, If you want a buKlnena at
ir which persoul of cither (ex can make rel
pay all the time ther work, wrlto for particular to
II. UALLETT fc CO., Portland.
no FIFTY CKXTS, OO
Full Mot. bottle. Beat Combination.
fiisley'a Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil.
With IlYpopliosphlteiLlmoand Soda, withl'epBlne
It Is highly recommended by pbyrfclan a 'the
mot ell'ectual and reliable remedy for cougnu,
cold, broncliltix, general debility, etc. Agreeably
flavored, I'lvataiit to tako. Andean be retained
on the we akuHtatomach,
Tlio Simplest, Murcst nnd Most Reliable
I'tiro Dlntllled Extract of WITCU HAZEL,
Carefully prepared; Thoroughly reliable; Full
Htreniith: und equal In aize of botlle to nuv nvide.
V.wva HruliiK, liriilnin, awelllng, chutlug'. rutH,
woundH, bnrni),cald,cald-bead, pile, null r'.icutu
oklu urnptlon, ore eye, ore mouth, neuralgia,
Inflammatory Dwelling", oro throat and for aching
pain It It undoubtedly the greatont healing prepar
tlon over uaod. Numerout testimonial cau be
procured If desired.
Bliomiro bottles 2! conU; pint bottles, 50 cents;
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI )Vy.
TIME TADI.E OF rSHENER TRAINS FROM
VINCENNE9 (No. oO, 1873.)
No. S Duy Ezpres (Except WunJay).... 1 :W p. m.
' (i Epreia i Except Nuuduyj :Vip. m,
" 4 Nlbt Exprtua (Duilyj li:)a, in.
No. 5 Expre.n (Except Sunday) H:D5a. m.
" 1 Day Exures (Except Sunday).. . s!:M)p, m.
" I Night Expniu Daliy) I i'l a. m.
J. R. ('la hk. C. S. Cone, Jk.,
Agent Vincennes. Gen, Ticket Cincinnati
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
It.V. HMITI-IKI18, Iteceiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Express leaves Cairo :r a m
Through Expressarrives at E. St. Louis.. 5:iip m.
Through Expre.s leaves E. St. Louis.... 9:ii.m.
Through Express arrive at Cairo 5:10 p m.
Murpbyoboroaccoinmodatlonleaves Cairo 1 :Hi p m.
Mu'pbysboro Acc.arrives.at Murphysboro :M p.m.
Murpbysburo Acc. leaves Murphysboro. .. S.K a.ni.
Murpbvsboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11: a ta.
Th'-Cairo Jt St . Louis Rail Road Is the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, therefore there ari- no delays at
way stations awaiting connections from other'lines.
Close and sure connections at St Lonlj w ith other
lines for North, East and We-l
J. A. NAl'OLE.
L. M. JOHN SON.
JLLIXOIS CENTRAL R. U.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Cliicaaro.
The Only Line liunninir
9 DAILY TRAINS
Makinif Diukct' Connection'
AV IT II
Train Leave Caiiuh
1 ." u in. Mail.
Arriving lu St. Louis 0 4 a m : Chicago. S:1 p.m. ;
Connecting at Oilin and KtF.nghiiu for Cinc.n
nuti, Louisville, Iuiiianapolis and p,iu'.s East.
1 1 :l() a.m. tBt. Iouis and AVpstern
arriving in St. Louis 7:0' p. ra.. and cjnnvctir.g
for all poluls West.
4:IH p.m. KHt h;xirH
For St Louis and Chlcax. arriving a. S!. Louis
10:4O p in., and Chicago 7:.';! a m
-1 :'J ) p.m. Cincinnati Kxprpss,
Arrlviui: at Cincinnati 7:i) am.; Louisville 7:
a m.i liuilanapolls 4:Ki a.m. I'as.engert hy
this traiu reach the above points 1SJ to 3tJ
HOL DS iu advance of any other ro.ite.
Jf-The4:3ii p. m. express has PULLMAN
SLfcEl'INli CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through !ecersto St. Louis and
Fast T7mo East.
conn (r-iii'c 'hi Hue go through to Kat.
l.Llli,t 1 orn points without any delay
caused by Sunday lutcrvt-iiing. The Saturday after
noon truln from Cairo arrhes in new York Monday
morning at 1U::5. Thirty-six hours lu advance of
any other route.
ft" For through tickets and fnrtber Itifornintlou,
apply at Illinois Centra: Railroad Depot, Cairo.
JAs. JOHNSON. J II. .(ONES.
lien. Southern Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. II. HANSON, Oen. l'ass, Agent. Chicago.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hiffliest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
rnHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. IIALLIDAV, President. '
H. L. IIALLIDAV, Vice-President.
TUOS. W. UALLIDAY, Cashier.
I. STAATS TAYLOR, W. P. BALtlDAT,
UINKT t,. HAt.LIDAT, R. II. Cl'NNINOUAM,
S. t). WILLIAMSON, S.TKPUKN B1HU,
n. n. 0ANDBI.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposits received and i general linking, bnilnesi
C V. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on hand
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "tr;mnilngs'are coarse shavings and make
the best summer wood for cooking purposes as well
as the cheapest ever sold lu Cairo. For black
smith' use In setting tires, they are unequalled.
Leave your order at the Tenth street wood yard
YOCUM & BRODERIUK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Wa.shinton Avenue, Cor.
CAIKO - - ILLS
S Y E U P
ItiiT'irils me great pleasure to bear testimony to
the benefit I have receive 1 from using Fellows'
Compound Svrup of Hypopbospliltes I have rec
ommended it tomany 'of uiv friends, and It ba
proved an excellent cura'ive for Nervousness and
ieneral De'uiity. It is aloa first class Tonic ena
bles a person to tali'i on rtesh rapidly, and Is free
f'om the constipating sff.-ctseh:iracteri"tic of other
Touitt I have tried. IIENitY JOHNSTON.
Head Dr. Earle's Testimonial.
Mn James 1 Fellows. Manufacturing Chemist.
MR. For several month past I have used your
Compound Syrup In the treatment of Incipient
Phthisis. Chronic Bronchitis and other Atlectlous
of the L het. ;tnd I have no hesitation in stating
that tt ranks foremo.t amongst the remedies used In
tbosedisea.es. Being an excellent nervous Tonic.
It exerts adirect Int'ueuceon the Nervous system,
and through it.lt Invigorates tho body. It affords
me pleasure to recommend, a remedy which Is real
ly good in c.i se fur which it Is Intended, hen so
nury advvrtisvd are worse than useless
I am, sir, yours truly, Z. S. EAHLE, Jr. M. D.
It cures As'hma. Loss of Voice. Neuralgia. St.
Vitus' Dance. Epileptic Fit. Whooping Cough.
Nervousness, and is a most wouderful adjunct to
other remedies in sustaining life during the pro
ce of Diptkerla
Do not t,e deceived by remedies bearing a simi
lar name ; no nther preparation is a
substitute lor this UD'ierauy
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
"The Icichest Blood. Sweetest Breath, and
Fairest SkluinHop Bitters
A little Hop Bitters save big doctor bill and
That invalid wife, mother, r.stor or child
can be nude the picture of health with Uop
"When worn down and ready to tak'j your bed
Hop Bitters is w but you need.
"Don't physic and pbvslc. for It weakens and
destrovs, but take Hop Bitters th:it build up con
tinually. "Physicians of all schools use and recommend
Hop Bitters. Test them.
"Health Is beauty and Joy-Hop Bitters gives
beaith and beauty,
"There are more cures made with Hop Bitters
than all other medicines.
'When the brain Is wearied, the nerves un
strung, the muscles weak, use Hop Bitters,
"That low , nervous fevor. w ant of sleep and
w eakness, calls for Hop Bltttors1
Hop Congh Cure umlPiiln Relief Is Pleasant.
Sure huiI Cheap.
FOK SALE BY ALL DULT.GISTS.
M S H
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Choice Wines and Liquors,
OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKIES,
French Brand v. Etc.
No. KIT Ohio LiOVpp.
OiHMt at all Uours Day and Niht,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CuiCAno, October 13, 10 a. m.
Pork November, 13 50; January,
Corn October, November, 40c;
Oata October, and December SOc ; No
Wheat October, 97'gc; November,
Chicago, October 13, 12 m. .
Pork November, $12 50; January,
Oats-October, 80 ':; November, 30c;
Corn November, 40c.
Wheat -October, 07c;No. 1,93
Chicago, October 13, 1 p. sr.
Pork-October, f 13 23.
Lard October, $3 30.
Wheat October, 97Vc; November
Cora-October, 39c; November,
Oats -October, 003'c; November,
NEW VOKK OHArN.
New York, October. 13, 12:01, p. m.
Whcat irregular No. 2 Cliicago, $1 12
01 13; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 121 13; red
winter, fl 10Q1 10; No. 2 red winter,
Com quiet No. 2, 53-4'c.
Livehpool, October 13, 2 :00 p. m.
Wheat and corn, unchanged.
Cairo, III., October 12, 1830.
Present Mayor Thistlewood and Alder
men Blake, Ualliday, Howley, Ilinkle Pa
tier, Smith Snap and Swoboda 8.
Absent Linegar and Pettit 2.
On motion of Alderman Saup minutes of
the last meeting were approved without
Resolution repealing ordinance No. 42,
oJereJ by Alderman Swoboda at last meet
ing and laid on table until this meeting was
taken up and read.
Alderman Blake moved to adopt resolu
tion. (Alderman Pettit appeared in bis scat.)
Alderman Ualliday moved to amend by
referring to the board of health. Amend
ment accepted and motion adopted.
REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS.
W. E. Hendricks, city attorney, reported
having examined the dockets of the differ
ent justices of the peace and find they have
reported all the cases on the same for Sep
tember. On motion of Alderman Swoboda report
received and filed.
Report cf D. J. Foley, city comptroller,
on reports of Edward Dezonia, city treasur
er for months of August and September,
18S0,referred to him for verification report
ed having examined and find same correct.
On motion of Alderman Howley re
ceived and filed.
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.
Committee on streets repotted on petition
ot Illinois Central railroad company for
permission to lay side track on the easter
ly side of Ohio Levee, recommending the
granting of said petition in part and con
ditionally. Alderman Smith moved that the report
be received and recommendations concur
red in, anil that the ordinance committee
bo instructed to prepare an ordinance in
reference to same and iu accordance with
report of committee on streets. Motion car
ried. Same committee reported on petition of
citizens, protesting against use of Com
mercial avenue, below Sixth street, by Cairo
and Vincennes railroad company, other
than the rights granted them by ordi
nance grantiugj-ight away. Committee re
commended that the prayer of the petition
era be granted, and that city attorney bo
instructed to take such measures, as will
protect the interests of the city.
Oif motion of Alderman Pettit, report
received, and recommendation concurred
Committee on streets, to whom was re
ferred petitiou of street railway company,
reported on same, recommending the grant
ing of petition under the requirements of
the accompanying ordinance. Ordinance
read at length.
(Alderman Linegar appeared in his seat.)
Alderman Paticr moved to receivo re
port, and that ordinanco bo referred to or
dinance committee Motion carried.
Committee on claims reported back the
following bills, recommending payment on
LABOR ON STREETS.
James Keating, 23 days 29 35
Chas. Dunkin, 23 days 33 40
M. Houlihan, 24 days 30 84
Tim Ilusuian, 25 days 32 72
Geo. Washington, 1) days It 87
Chas. Wheeler, 13 days 10 59
Holcun Dawson, 10) days 13 47
Louis Carry, 9 days 11 87
Win. Martin, days 11 87
John Moor, 13 days 10 59
Jelferson, 3?i days 5 00
James Daniels? 3 days 4 72
M. Mannalian, 3 days 4 72
hteplien Door, 2jK days 3 43
James Pay ton, day 02
L. ritzpatnek, UH days, with
P. Carahcr, 8 days, with team . . 21
P. II. Corcoran, 3) days, with
Pat. Fitzgerald, 3 days, with ,
S. Bradley, draying two loads. . . .
John Cain, 11 days' labor with iail
gang 10 50
LABOR OS DRAINS.
James O'Donuell, draviug sewer
pipe ' 4 00
Tim Cleffora, 20 days' foreman ... 52 00
M. DriscoII,25 days labor 32 62
I). Roach, 23 days labor 32 00
d. uiggins, 5J! days labor
P. Collediue, 0 days labor
M. Loyns, 10 days labor
Frank Green, 14 days labor. . .
Dan Foley, 10 days
Martaiu Murry, 15 days
James Brooks, 1 days
John Arkeson, 5 days
Thomas Kehoe, 3' days
Thomas Loyd, 9 days
M. Costolo, 0 days
Win. Lanfair, 3J2' days
Pat Cain, 3 days
Cairo B. & B. Co., 7 hours with
James O'Donnel, draying 32 loads
E. Fitzpatrick, draying 7 loads
J. S. McGahey, 0,500 feet lumber.
Jacob Klein, 1,200 brick
F. Vincent, four barrels cement . .
Tlioma3 Boyle, 7 loads of sand . . .
II. T. Gerould. 1,500 feet 20 inch
sewer pipe at 85c per foot 1,320 00
Tim Gorman, salary as street su
Jacob Klee, ice tor men ou streets
James Powers, iron work and re
F. M. Ward, ice lor men on streets
Cairo City Gas Co., ga3 consumed
in clerk s office
R. H. Cunningham, rent of coun
cil chamber 10
Cairo Daily Argus, publishing pro
ceedings Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed
John A. Poor, building platform
and shed to city jail as per con
tract 50 00
CD. Young, 11 mattresses and
pillows for jail
Wliite & Greer, 12 pairs blankets
John Cain, dieting persons in jail
242 days at 40 cents per day. . .
John Cain, 58 extra meals to pris
oners before trial
C. W. Henderson, repairing lamp
at ,i ail
S.A.Powell, burying dead animals
John Tyler, same.,
Thos. Boyle, same
John Conners, same
Geo. Buckner, same
Harrison Smith, same
Champion & Rolback, emptying
tubs at jail
M. Galvin, removing carbace in
September as per contract 45
Western U. T. Co., telegrams 1
J. J. Gordon, M. D., visit to steam
er Raven 5
Wm. R. Smith, M. D., visit to
steamer Grand Lake
Arab Fire Co., quarterly allowance
Rough and Ready, same 00 00
Hibernian, same 00 00
D. J. Foley, money advanced for
telegrams relating to hose
Win. Dunker, watching park
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed
in police headquarters
II. T. Gerould, reparing court
D. B. & B. F. Thistlewood, use of
bus in taking man to hospital. .
St. Marys Iufirmy, care, medicine
and burial of patients
O. A. Osborn, J. P., percentage on
W. E. Hendricks, City Attorney,
preccntago on fines collected. . .
C. B. Newland, repairing pump. .
A. Comings, per centago on fines..
D. J. Gallhran, making 2 lever
rods for city engineer
N. B. Thistlewood, cash paid la
borers loading gravel from
Island No. 1 91
C. P. Flaugh, I car sample curb
stone 114 ft at 23 cents per foot
James Coleman, stationery for
C. W. Henderson, 5 kegs nails. . .
C. B. NowlUnd, testing hose
On motion of Alderman Linegar report
of committeo received and bills allowed as
recommended bv tho following voto:
Ayes Blake, Ualliday, Howley, Hinklc,
Linegar, Patier, Tcttit, Siith, Saup and
Ordinanco committeo submitted tho fol
lowing ordinance as per instructions of city
council. Ordinanco read first time.
ORDINANCE NO. -.
An ordinance rerioalinn ordinance No. 45.
Bu It Ordained by tUo City Council ot tlio city
Skotion 1 That ordinance numbered 4,i. entitled
"An ordinance providing for tho aale of certain
portion of the lm feat strip of ground known as
Railroad Htrlu: and for lavlns out. CPtahllslilne
and Improving Railroad Alley, approved May 14th,
18S0, bu and the aame la hereby repoalod.
Alderman Blake moved to receive re
port of committee Motion carrried.
On motion of Aldorman Blake, the rules
woro suspended, for tho purposo of placing
tho ordiuance on its second rcadincr. bv tha
Ayes Blako, Ualliday, Ilinkle, Linegar,
Pottit, Smith, Saup and Swoboda 8.
Nays Howlny and Patier 2.
Ordinance placed on second reading,
Alderman Tatier moved to adont ordi
nance as read.
Motion lost by tho following vote :
Ayes Blake, Linegar, Patier, Pettit 4.
Nays Ualliday, Howley, Ilinkle, Smith,
Saup and Swoboda 0.
On motion of Alderman Howley, the city
clerk, was instructed to notifiy commls-
biuults nppointeu unuer ormnaco o. 4a,
to proceed and estimate the value of lots
laid out on Railroad alley as provided by
Petition of Drs, II. R. Carter, J. J. Gor
dod, J. S. Petrie. D. II. Parker and others,
asking that that the health officer be con
tinued, and giving reasons why he should
not be discontinued.
On motion of Alderman Linegar referred
to board of health. " "
CLAIMS AND ACC0CN1S.
The following bills against the city were
C. G. Flaugh, 1 car load , gutter
stone 40 yards, at 50 cents per'- i
yard 20 00
Cairo & St. Louis railway, freight
on 2 car loads stone 20 CO
John Kilgour, filling 1,409 cubic
yard dirt on couuty road, at 12c. 1G9 10
Alderman Linegar moved to suspend the
rujes for the purpose of allowing freight
and stone bills. Motion carried by the fol
Ayes Blake, Ualliday, Howley, Ilinkle,
Linegar, Patier, Pettit, Smith, Saup and
Alderman Patier moved to allow bills of
C. G. Flaugh and Cairo and St. Louis rail
Motion carried by the following vote :
Ayes Blake, Ualliday, Howley, Ilinkle,
Liuegar, Patier, Pettit, Smith, Saup and
The mayor stated having released from
jail, Wm. Wooldridge and John Collins
stating reasous for doing so.
Alderman Ualliday moved that the su
perintendent of streets be instructed to have
city scales repaired.
Motion carried by the following voto t
Ayes Blake, Ualliday, Howley, Ilinkle,
Linegar, Patier, Pettit, Smith, Saup and
Mayor reported having appointed Frank
Carl, as weigh master.
Swoboda moved that the bill of John
Kilgour be referred to committee on streets.
RESOLUTION'S AND MOTIONS.
Alderman Ilinkle offered the following
Resolved, That C. F. Nellis have thirty
days further time to deliver the gravel, so
he can fulfill his contract with the city.
Alderman Linegar moved to refer to
committee on streets, with instructions to
grant further time, providing that Mr. Nel
gives said committee a written guarantee
that he will comply with contract. Motion
Alderman Patier asked that he bo al
lowed to change his vote from yea to nay
on bill of H. T. Gerould for sewer pipe,
$1,320, if said sewer pipe as ho understands
is to bo used iu railroad alley. Request
by unanimous consent was granted.
Bond and contract of J. S. McGahey for
supplying lumber to city was read, and on
motion of Alderman Linegar approved.
Bond of E. A. Burnett for doing city
priuting was on motion of Alderman Line
State and city liquor bonds of Z. II.
O'Briant and James Ross were read for
approval, and on motion of Aldirman Lin
On motion of Alderman Linegar meeting
adjourned. D. J. Foley,
The Physical Paradox. It has been
said that "the blood is the souico ot life.''
It is as truly the source of disease aud
death. No lite, that is to say , no healthy
tissue can be generated from impure blood,
no organ of the body can normally perform
its 1'uuctions when supplied with impure
blood. The fluid that should carry lite and
health to every part, carries only weakness5
and disease. Blood is the source of life,
only when it is pure. If it has become dis
eased, it must be cleansed by proper medi
cation, else every pulsation ot the human
heart sends a wave of disease through the
system. To cleanse the blood of all impuri
ties use Dr. Pierco's Golden Medical Dis
covery and Pleasant Purgative Pellets, tho
mosi eneciuai aiterauve, iuuiu, mm taiiian
ic remedies vet discovered. They are spe
cially efficient in scrofulous diseases.
SET BACK FORTY-TWO YEARS.
"I was troubled for many years with
Kidney Complaint, Gravel, etc.; my blood
becamo thin; I was dull and inactive;
could hardly crawl about; was an old worn
out man all over; could get nothing to help
me, until I got Hop Bitters, and now I am
a Loy again, my oiooa ami Kitineys arc
all right, and I am as activo ins a man of
30, although I am 72, and I have no doubt
it will do as well for others ot my age. It
is worth a trial.(Fathcr.) Sunday Mercury.