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CdlNCIL CilAMIlEIt, (
Caiko. III.. Feb. 8th, 1881. (
Present His Honor, Mayor Thintlewool,
and Aldermen Blake, I low ley, Hinkle, Pet
tit, Smith an. I Swolioda C.
Accent-HiIIMay, Linear. Paticr ami
On motion of Alderman Ilowlcy min
utes of last regular meeting were approved
An ordinance providing for the con
struction and reconstruction of certain
gidewalks. laid over under the rules at last
meeting was taken up and read Becond
time, and f request action on same was
temporarily postponed until later in
(Alderman P.itier appeared in li'm seat.)
lltl'OUT OK OKKIl'EIW.
W. E. Hendricks city attorney reported
having examined reports of (!eo. K. Olm
Med, P. M., and O. A. Osborn, J. P., re
ferred to liim for verification ami found
same to correspond with dockets.
Alderman IVttit moved to receive and
file report. Motion carried.
City attorney al.-o reported on resolution
passed at last meeting instructing liim. to
notify all railroads using the streets of
of city for switch yards to abate the same
within ten days; reported that section
twelve of chapter til teen requires thirty
days notice in writing from thu street com
mittee through its chairman. Alderman
Smith moved to receive and file report.
John II. Kobinson, city marshal, sub
inittcd report, as per resolution of city
council at last meeting, on persons doing
liiisiness without license.
On motion l Alderman Howley report
received and filed.
liLTIIIlt'H UK COMMITTERS,
The. committee on streets submitted the
following report :
r.viuo, February 8, 1881.
Tothc Hun. I'iiy Council.
Gknti.kmkn Your committee on streets
would recommend that the ordinance read at
last meeting of city council, providing for
the "construction and reconstruction of cer
tain sidewalks" I mi amended as follows:
Amend Section 1 by adding: "On west
side of Washington avenue between Sixth
ami Seventh streets, and on west side of
Commercial hvciiuu in front of lots C, 7 ami
8 in block 10, city."
Amend section 2 by adding: "And that
sidewalks be constructed of wood on thu
northerly side of Fourteenth streets between
Walnut and Cedar streets, and on easterly
Hide of Cedar' street between Fourteenth
and Fitycntli streets, and on northerly side
of TwerWy -seventh street between Commer
cial avenue and Poplar street.
Amend section o by adding: And that
the following sidewalks be reconstructed
of wood, viz : "On west side of Washing
ton avenue between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets, on south Mile of Twentieth street
between Poplar street to Commercial ave
nue, on west side of Commercial avenue
between Kightecnth and Twentieth streets,
on south side of Twenty-eighth street be
tween Coniineicial avenue and Poplar
street, on west side Commercial avenue be
tween Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth,
on north side of Kighteeuth street between
Poplar street and Commercial avenue."
Also amend by adding: "Section 4.
That cinder walks be built on the west side
of Commercial avenue between Seventeenth
and Eighteenth streets, and on the south
side of Fourth street between Washington
avenue and Walnut street."
M. J. IThwlky,
K. A. Smith,
KllSLST 15. Pkttit,
('. O. Patikh,
Committee on streets.
Alderman Ulake moved to receive report
and that the ordinance, action on which
was temporally postponed. ("An ordinance
providing for the construction and re-construction
of certain sidewalks,") bo amend
ed as recommended. Motion carried.
Alderman Swoboda moved to adopt ordi
nance as amen led. Motion carried by the
Ayes Ulake, Howley, Hinkle, Paticr,
I'cttit, Smith and Swoboda -7. Nays
Committee on streets also reported on
petition of lieruard & Hennic, referred to
them at meeting of council, Feb'y 1st, re
ported that the ordinance at present, would
: not prevent petitioners from erecting build
I ing as they propose, and in regard to dona
tion by the city of lots on lltilroad street,
, that said lots are not yet ready to be dis
posed of; also, that they doubt the authori
ty of the city to make the (lunation ask
On motion ol Aldermen Paticr, report
received ami filed.
Same committee reported in luvor of re
quiring the Cairo and Vinceiiiiis lUilroad
Co., to place flagmen at tho crossings of
Sixth and Twentieth streets and Commer
cial 'avenue. And requiring the Illinois
Central Hailroad Co., to placo one at tho
crossinxrof Sixth ami Levee streetu. Also
recommended tlmt the city engineer, bo in
instructed to report best plan for draining
the vicinity of blocks 18 and 19, First ad
dition to city. Also asked for lurther
time to report on plan for paring streets,
, (compromise Talford method,) as submit-
ted Ly Chaa. Tbrupp, city engineer, and
recommended that the city engineer, be in-
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tr.wted to submit an estimate of the cost
of such paving.
Alderman Paticr moved to receivo and
file report, and in relation to the first part
of report, that tho mayor be authorized to
notify in writing witlnu Ave days, tho rail
road companies mentioned in report, to
comply with section 11, of chapter 15, of
the revixed ordinance of the city. Motion
Committee ou claims reported back tho
following bills recommending payment on
Keating, 2'lt days labor on
streets fJO 37
Clms. Diinkins, 15 days labor on
streets 20 25
M. lloulahin, )i day labor on btrocts CT'j
(('0, Washington, same (17 fa
Ijuis Carney, same bi2
John Cain, watchman on mil gang
8 davs 12 00
Thos. O'Neil, 5 days superintending
break in'' rock 10 W)
Peter Walder, hauling sidewalk lum
ber 14 loads 3 CO
Eugeni! Fitzpatrick, hauling pipe
and lumber 4 loads 1 00
Tim Clifford, IS days foreman on
drains 3D 00
M. Driscoll, 7 days labor on drain
aire 0 45
P. Wagner, 12j days labor on
drainage 10 6
T. Husheii, IS days labor on drain
age 24 30
Thos. I,ovd, 15 'a days labor on
draiiia-'c 20 H2
John lira ly, 15 days labor on drain
age 20 2
John Higgins, 11 days labor on
drainage 14 S
Jacob Kline. 1500 bricks 10 10
A. Fraser, blacksmithing on sewer
Thos.' Hnyle, 1 yard of sand 1 00
T. Gorman, salary as street supt. . . CO 00
Tug Cache, pulling rock barge ofl
bank 5 00
Thos. Mehan, hauling 428 cubic yds.
rock at 50 cents 214 00
Wm. Trigg, stage planks for rock
bar-re 7 50
J. S. Mcttahcy, 4,500 feet sidewalk
lumber ji ol)
Fred Serbien, 52 cubic yards sand
ut l 25 fir, 00
Win. Jackson, 2000 hard brick 14 00
John Cain, dieting prisoners 414
days ut 40 cents 305 00
John Cain, !S extra meals to prison
ers before trial 13 00
F. Vincent, 1 barrel lime for jail. . . 1 15
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed in
jail ' 1 00
Cairo City Coal C-u., 2 tons coal for
jail fi 00
Arab Fire Co., fitting hose to appara
tus 5 40
C. W. Wheeler, 1 toll coal anil storing
same, for clerk's ofiice 3 00
K. II. Cunningham, rent of council
chamber. 10 00
C. W. Henderson, 1 broom and dus
ter for clerks office 1 10
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed in
council chamber 1 00
Cairo liulletin, publishing proceed
ings and printing blanks IS 50
Jno. Major, repairs on plow and
chains 1 30
W. H. Gilbert, to money advanced
for paying clerk of U.S. circc't
court tecs 7 00
It. V. Cox, printing 75 dray numbers 5 25
Cairo City Coal Co., 1 ton coal for
police headquarters 00
Circuit court of Alexander Co., costs
in suit, city vs. Thos. Ii.
Needles ctal 7 K5
Same, costs in suit, city vs. Annie
Martin VJ SO
Same, costs in suit, city vs. H. II.
OHrycn 3 40
Cairo City Ferry Co, services per
formed on orders from the
mayor 2S 05
Henry Watkins, draying man to jail, 25
W. U. Telegraph Co., for two cable
grams to Amsterdam 10 71
II. T. Gerald, repairs on Washington
avenue pump 2 25
P. Champion, emptying privy tubs. . 10 10
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed in
police headquarters 0 20
St. Mary's Infirmary, nursing patient, 7 13
O. A. Oshorn, precentage mi fines
collected 2 50
W. E. Hendricks, same 12 00
On motion of Alderman IVttit, report re
ceived mid bills allowed, as recommended:
Ayes Mink", Howley, Hinkle, Paticr,
Pettit, Smith ami Swoboda -7.
Committee on claims recommended pay
ment of $12, one quarter's rental on the ful
lwing bill :
Telephonic Exchange, for rental of
telephone from January 22.l, 'SI,
to January 22d, 182, at Arab
engine house 45 00
Committee on claims also recommended
paj merit of $0.30 on bill of csircuit court of
Alexander county, cobts in suit, city vs.
David Murdock, $13.40
On motion of Alderman Paticr, report of
committee received and bills allowed as
Ayes Make, Howley, Hinkle, Paticr,
'ettit, Smith and Swoboda 7.
Tho ordinance committed submitted the
Caiuo, Februarys, 1881
To tho lion. Clly Council of (tie City of Cairo:
Gentlemen Your committee on ordi
nances to whom was referred a bill for an
ordinance, entitled "An ordinance granting
uiengnioi way to the Cairo Street Kail
way umipany," liei' leave to reoort as a
substitute for Bume, the ordinance previous
ly reported by this committee bearing
auove-nained title, with the following
amendment or alterations, viz: changing
route io ropw.r street and Twenty
eighth street in accordance with last peti
tion filed, also to MlWitntu the followiHL'
section for Sec. 2 of iiid previously report
ed ordinance, viz:
"Section 2. The truck of said railroad
shall bo laid to the gauge of three feet. All
rails, which shall u laid on the track or
tracks of said raih vuy, shall be a tram rail.
Tho whole manner of constructing said
railway, so ns to ( ;arry out the provisions of
this ordinance shall be under tho direction
of the committee on streets. Provided
That alter the expiration of ten years from
the passage of this ortiinauco, tho city cotin
cil of the city of Cairo may require tho
gauge of said road to bo widened if sa'n:
council deem it proper iouo so."
Your committee, therefore, respectfully
report buck the ordinance read at tbo last
meeting ol this bouy, witn tue recommenda
tion that the substitute herein mentioned
bo adopted. Kesp'ly submitted,
Tnos. W. Hallway,
Committee on Ordinances
Alderman Make moved to rcceiv) report
Alderman Putier moved that the ordi
nance referred to-ordinaiico committee be
taken up and read the second time. Mo
Ordinance read second time.
Alderman Howley moved to amend sec
tion 2 by striking out the words, "Eithcror
T," Motion carried.
Aldeini m Howley moved to amend sec
tion 2, as lollows: Provided, I hat alter
the expiration of ten years the city council
may, in their discretion, require a wider
gauge and a different style ot rail.
Mr. Lewis, Sec. Cairo Street Railway
Co., asked permission to make explanation
Alderman Paticr moved to grant request
Mr. Lewis made the desired statement
Alderman Ilowlcy 's amendment put, and
caried by the following vote:
Ayes Howley, Hinkle, Paticr, Pettit,
Smith and Swoboda 0.
Nays Dlake 1.
Alderman Paticr moved that the ordi
nance, ns amended, be adopted. Motion
carried by the following vote:
yes Blake, Howley, Hinkle, Paticr,
Pettit, Smith, Swoboda 7.
Committee on police, jail, and fire de
partment, reported on report ot fire depart
incut, recommending the purchase of ten
feet suction for Delta engine;
also recommending that action
on increa.il n ' ouartcrlv allowances
of the different fire companies be postponed
until end of fiscal year.
Alderman Howley moved to receive and
concur in report. Motion carried by the
Ayes Make, Ilowlcy, Hinkle, Paticr,
ttit, Smith and Swoboda -7.
Siine committee reported on resolution
increasing police force, referred at last
meeting, recommending that action on
same lay over until end of fiscal year.
On motion of Alderman Patier, report
received and concurred in.
Committee also reported on resolution
instructing them to ascertain cost of placing
telephones in fire engine houses and clerk's
ofiice, recommending that in consequence of
the high charges, no telephones be placed
in engine houses, and that the telephone
now in use in Arab engine house be placed
in clerk's ofiice.
Alderman Patier moved to lay report on
table until next meeting.
Same committee to whom was referred
petition of sundry citizens praying that no'
liquor licence be granted Thos. Clarke, rec
ommended the granting of said petition.
Alderman IVttit moved to receive, file
ind concur in report.
Finance committee reported h iving re
ceived from Edward l). zonia, city treasur-
er,fity-foiir hundred mi - 100 dollur.-,(5,400.-80,)
in cancelled orders on general fund
twenty -one 50-100 dollars ($21.50) in can
celled ordcis on railroad strip bind and
forty-six cancelled coupons from new bonds
amounting to three hundred and eighty-
one dollars ($3100), all of which they
have this day destroyed by burning.
Alderman Patier moved to receive and
file report. Motion carried.
Clerk read petition ot Harry Walker,
proprietor of Theatre Comique, asking that
license for said theatre be made same as re
quired of proprietors of atheneum, viz: $75
Alderman Blake moved to receive peti
tion and that all theatre license be fixed at
$75.00 per annum.
CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
The following claims against city were
J. S. Hawkins, 2) days work as
brickmasou ou Walnut street
sewer $ 7 50
Cairo City Coal Co., 3 tons coal for
police headquarters 0 00
Same, 2 tons coal for city jail 0 00
Jenkins & Ot., constructing 100 feet
cinder sidewalks on Washing
ton avenue, between Ninth and
Tenth streets, nt "0 cents per
foot 48 00
On motion of Alderman Patier referred
to committee on claims.
ItKSOIXTTONB AND MOTIONS. ,
Alderman Patier moved to instruct ordi
nance committee to draft an ordinance con
demning such property below Second street
us may be necessary to continue railroad
street sixty feet wide through to St. diaries
Alderman Howley moved to refer map of
Hailroad street drawn by city engineer, to
commissioners appointed to cstiiimto the
value of lots on Hailroad street. Motion
Alderman Make moved that thu city
clerk be instructed to have printed two
hundred pumphlcts containing opinion of
corporation counsel relating to ri"ht of
railroads on streets in city. Mot1()n ost
by the following vote.
Ayes: Blake, Howley, Pettit, Smith and
Nays: Ilinklo and Patier 2.
Alderman How lev moved that the clerk
be instructed to notity tho insurance agcuts
to leave in their reports as required by law
by next meeting.
Alderman Patier moved that the ordi
nanco committee be instructed ta draft an
ordinance, amending section 3 of Ordinance
Xo. 50, so as to have city treasurer have his
ofiice with the city clerk and his office,
hours to be from 1 to 3 o'clock In the after
noon. Motion carried.
The following liquor bonds were read
for approval: Anthony Clark, Louis Her
bert (Levee saloon), Louis Herbert (Wash
burton avenue saloon), Feuchter &
Schwuiiitz, Smith it Bro. and Clark & Jen
Alderman Pettit moved to approve of
bonds, c. icpting bond of Clark ii Jenkins,
Alderman Patier offered the following
Hesolved, That the chairman of tho
street committee, notifying in writing,
all railroads in the city as per section 12,
of chapter 15, of revised ordinances, to
comply with said ordinance within thirty
Alderman Patier moved that a warrant
be drawn ou treasurer in favor of Clark
A; Jenkins in payment tor saloon license
paid by them to treasurer and that it be
drawn tor the unexpired term for which
the licen.-e would run.
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Howley, Hinkle, Patier,
Pettit, Smith and Swoboda--7.
Committee on claims to whom bills of J.
S. Hawkins, Caiv City Coal Co. and Jen
kins it Co. were referred during mectin
reported same buck recommending pay
ment in full on same.
On motion of Alderman Blake, report of
committee received and lulls allowed as
recommended by the following vote:
Acs Blake, Jlowiey, Hinkle, Patier,
Pettit, Smith and Swoboda 7.
Nays - None.
Alderman IVttit olfered the following
Keeolved, That the street superintend
ent lie instructed to build a bridge across
Williams Pond a culbert, and also a
small bridge aero -! a ditch above culbert
on county road.
Hesolutioii adopted by the following
Ayes B'.uke, H-nvley, Hinkle, Patier,
Pettit, Smith und Swoboda 7.
On motion of Alderman Smith meeting
adjourned. ). J. Foley, City Clerk.
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many men. women, tiovc nml i;irlii to dn work forua
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