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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 10,
NEW SERIES-NO. 217
THE TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL STATEM EST OF THE
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES, 120 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
HENRY B. HYDE, President.
FOR THE YEAH ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1880.
Amol'htup Leixikb aiihith, Jan. 1.
. f ,y,,wn w: iw
Interest and rant.
Nut profit mi investment ,
CWrn by death and matured endow
ment, - I
Dividend,, surrender values, and an-
Discounted endowment and matured
tOlltlllU policies -
IT" '.! m
Tulal paid policy bolder
I)ldf orl oo captal
Agencle, nd ctimmlMlon.. ...
biaie, county aurt city Uxe.
Nt cash wuU. Dee. 31. 1SS0.. t ...
f 4,7..atl7 W
7, 1 Mi ll
Itond, and murtgaee...... I
United Male, stock
Slate stoc. elty atocka, and tocas
authorized hy tha law of the ,tam
of New Vurk .....
Loan, eerurea hy bond ana sux as
heal estate iu Now York aud Boston
and purchased under foreclosure..
Cash on hand In hank, and other de
positor!, on incrttat and Id transit
i ! received)
Duj from agent on account or pre
Mtrket value of UKka and bond.
Interest and rent due and accrued .
premiums due arid lu proces. of
collection (less premiums paid to
Total mhM, DecSt,! I ""- :ii
Total liabilities including legal r
serve for rem, urance of all exist-
lug policie. t il.ifi H
Total undivided inrplu, - $ V-.iWv.Srt -l
Of which belong, (a computed) to
K !H7.4' 47
J. 11. "17 i'l
t W.li'J.MI r:
1M :tvi ii
From tha undivided surplus, reversionary divl
iIimkIh wiIIIim declared, avallableon settlement of
next annual pr niluni, to ordinary part.clpatlng
l nn. .
TIib t altial ion of the policies outstanding linn
been made on the American experience labia, the
li al stand ipl ol tin state ol 'W York.
O W. PHILLIPS, I ....,..,
J. U. VAN ClsK. j A-iuan..a.
nai.cies 1. e.nerai c as...
Gfwbich heloug. laa compnted) to
miiHfi in tontine elas.... - 4 i.'i
Rbks Assumed lu 1880,$:i3,l"'.o: 00
Risks OuUtandin? $177,oH7,70:00
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HUlest Cwh Price Paid for Wheat.
gT. LOUIS, I. M. & SO. HY.
I HON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
THA1H, LRAVI TAIBO,
Arkannan andTciia Eipn- .H -.m. Daily
A II 111 VI AT CAIIIO.
.,., 2:'iS in Dally
AmminnHlatuVn.' '.. V "'.Da.ly
Ticket otflce: No. VlBURN. Agent.
INOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Kiortcst and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino 1 tunning
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
We, tin! iind' ri?in:il, bnvc. In raon, can-fully
uAamiui'd tliv ai uniintH, and roiinli-d and examined
in detail the aeta of the auclriy, and certify that
the forc')ltiK Kliitt-mfnl lliiTi iif i rorrwt.
11 K N M N i TO N K ItANDOLPH.
.IA.MKS M IIAI.STKI),
TIIO.MA A el'MMINH,
Sptrla! (Nnnmitu-n of the Huiird of Dlrertorn,
appolntnl Oct. J'i. IWl, to cxauilne the arret,
and counia at the Ihm- of tbu ,ar.
ItDAKD OK DIKKUTOItS.
llf-nrvH Ilydi-. John K. Stewart,
fienru'e l. .M'lrgaii.
I ieiirn)' T. Adi-e,
llenrv A. Ilurlljiit,
llcnrv F spauldiin;.
WiIIIhiii II I'iii'i;,
W liliain A. t hi-.-lnk,
Wlllinin i. i,'mln-rt,
.In mi-a VV A , tii di r.
Il-try !. Tertii-ll
'I'liorriii" S. Voii' i!
Tboina A Cummin.,
Ilmiitl I), l.- rd,
.laine. M llal.li'd
Kdoard W L.nnbi rl.
It. K H..i:d.il.h,
John Mo ii",
Snmiii l Morrow .
II. nrr V Hutler.
i'-nrge II SHurt,
John I) Joneo,
Kohert Leno Kennedy,
Channi y M. Depew,
II njannn SVIllinni.on,
Henry M. Alexander,
H lioHdinol Colt,
Thorna. A Itiddle,
(i'ori!e W t'arh ion,
inurjt ti Kellou.',
Jowl K Navarro,
John .). .MrfiHik,
Stepben II. I'hllllpa,
Samuel W. Tnrrey,
linrli-. O Landoa,
Alexander 1'. lrvin.
'I . lie Will I'liyler,
Loo'. Fil .nerald',
Wllllnm M. WIm.
Samuel ti. tioodr'ch .
JAMES ALEXANDER, Vice I'rc.t.
SAMUEL DOR I OWE, '.M Vice I'rts't.
E. W. Laml-erf, M. D, E.hvM Curtis, M. D.
E. W. Smtt, Siitierintcndcnt of Agi.rn ici.
North Western Dcjmrtnti'nt.
I D'-arborn Sln et, Chicago.
W. N. CI'.AINE, Oiiaral Mauagi-r.
NOTICEABLE POINTS IN THE 21st
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE EQUIT
ABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY;
NEW YORK. JAN. 1st, 1881.
AssetH, 941, 108,602; an Increase of
more than Three Million Dollars in
Surplus, $9,228,2.14; an increase of
One and Three-quarter Millions of Dol
lars in 1880.
New Business, $:.", 170,805: an in
crease of Eiffht and a half Million Dol
lars iu 1880.
Amount paid to Po'icy-holders and
their representatives during 1880,
A liberal surrender valne in paid-up
insurance is provided for in all ordina
ry iKilicics, in case of forfeiture.
Tontine Savings Fund Policies may
be terminated at the close of certain
defined periods, on terms more advan
tageous than upon any oilier plan.
These policies prove more profitable to
the policy-holder than any other form
E, A. I:n.XKTT, Airent,
Mayor N It Thiatlewood.
Treasurer Kdward Dexonia.
'lerk DcDni. J. Foley.
Ootin.elor- Wm. H. tillberl.
MarMial .F II. Knblnaon.
Attorney - William llenrtrick..
XIAKI) or ALUIKMIN.
Kirl Ward- M .1 ilowlev. Puter Saup.
SemdWard- David T. Llnegar, .! Iliukle.
Third Ward-Egbert Smith. B. F, Itlake.
Fminl. Ward-Charle. O. I'atler, Adolph Swo
hoda. Kifib Ward -T W. llallldar, Erneiit B. Pattlt.
' Iirn'l Ju.Jh I) ,, lUL.-r.
Cirri, Clerk A II lrvin.
t.'oumy JudgK- K s. Yix'um.
County Clerk- S J lliiinm.
comity Attorn. v J M. liamron.
Couniy Tn a.tin t - Mile. W. Parker.
County Commii.ioner -T. VV. Ilalliday. J A
Actual examples can be furnished at
the Society's office, of persons being in
sured for ten years, and then iiihiii
terminating their Tontine Policies, re
ceiving cash iu some instances equal to
the whole of the premiums paid; in
others, nearly all.
REAL ESTATE RECORD.
IllinoiH (.'eiitrul railroad company to
Taylor & I'aruonh, trustees; deed, dated
March lOtb, 1804, fur atrip of ground, ono
hundred feet wide, known as railroad strip
surrounding the city of Cairo. Considera
tion one dollar.
WeCau't Help It.
No matter the source or cause, wo bate
growling, and recommend herewith the
remedy. I se St. Jacobs Oil and laugh nt
pain. It will do the work every time.
No technicalities nor arduous condi
tions in policy contracts.
I'll K MUI.
' FN Kit A I. DKLIVKin open . a. m. ; clone.
' H.-.Hipni . ; Miiiitay: to a m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; clooea
at 5 p. rn
Tbn.ugb Gxprena Mail, via Illlnoi, Central 3:40
p - m .
MiaalMlppi Central Kallroada rl,e at 9 p. m.
Cairo ni:d Poplar liluff Throug) and Way Mall
clu' . at I p. m. '
Way Mull via li'.inui. c..,,ir.i f.i- ,j ui..
""" ""t M'"" ."Ippi Centra) Kallroad, cloae at
ii.) p. Ul.
Way Vail fur Narrow (iaugo Railroad cloaea .1
Cairoaiid Fvnn.vllle River Rontc clo.ea at i n
p. m. daliv (except Friday).
Trains Liavi Cairo:
UilOa iu. Mull.
Arrlvlligln St. Loula 9:45 a.m.: l'hlrago,R::ip.m.i
Conuectlng at Odin and KltlngliHin for Incln
natl, Loulavlllv, ludlannpolii aud poinia Enid.
1 1:10 a.m. St. Lout and Wntrn
Arriving In St. Loul, 7:05 p. ru., and contiertliig
for all points Weil.
t:aO p.m. Ftnit Kxpreas.
rnrBt. Loula and Chicago, arriving at St. I.011I1
tu :40 p , m ., and CU icago 7 ;i a m
4 :30 i.n. Cinolnntitl Kxpreim,
Arrlviu at Cincinnati T:( a.m.; Lomavllln 7:n
a.m.; inuiananolla 4:(M a.m. I'Maengura by
thi, train reach the above points 1 Ul tu MO
iiuuuo 10 auvance of any other route,
iKOSZiWA; ." V, PULLMAN
KLKEP1NUCAH Calm In I'lnlnn.H. wlOunil
change,, and through sloupersto t, Louis and
Fast Time Kant.
T).. n,iAw n...-, by this llllO an Ihnmuli la V..I
X ttSBCJlKlB urn polnu ylthmit any delay
caused hy Sunday Intervening. Th. Saturday after.
noon train from Cairo arrive, In new York Monday
morning at I0:ik. Thirty-all hours lu advance of
,ny other nilltu,
ir-For through tickets and ftirlhar Information,
liniT ai niinoi, central uanruan ijmh. aim,
.I AS. JOHNSON. J. II JON RM.
Oen. Southern Agont. Ticket Agent.
A u. uanbon, Ueu. rass. agoni. Chicago
VFKICAN M. K. Fourteenth atrect. between
WalniK and Cedar street.: .ervlce, Sabbath 11
a. m. and 7::)o p. m.; Sunday School J:) p. m.
Hirncll OF THE RRDEKM F.R (Kpl,copal)
V Fourteenth street; Sunilav Morning prayer,
0::vt a. m.: eveulne prayera, ! :30 n. rn.: Sunday
rhuol v ::, 1. m. FriiUy evening prayer 7:30 p. m.
TjMRST MISSIONARY IIAPTIST CnURCO.
I Prearhlnir at lii:S(t a. m.. n. m.. and T:30 n. m
Sabbath school at ":') p. m. Rev. T. J. Shore,,
f ITFIERAN-Thirteenth street; .ervlics Sab
IJ balhl:;Xl a. m.t Sunday school 2 ti. m. Key.
METHODIST-Cor. Eighth- and Walnut streets;
Preaehlng Snhhalh I0:.)0 a. tn. and 7 u. m.:
prayer meeting, Wednesday "::) p. m.; Sunday
School, u a m. Key. Whittaker, pastor.
OHESHYTEKl AN -Eighth street; preaching on
I Sablmth at Hum a. m and 7 ::!. m.: tiraver
meeting Wednesilav at 7:3') p.m.; Suuday School
at S p. m. Rev. It. V. 'leor,'e, pastor.
QBCONI) FHKEWII.L BAPTIST Fifteenth
O street, between Walnut and Cedar street,; ier
vice, habhath at 4 and ?::! p. m.
CT. JOSEPH'S-(Roman Calhollc) Corner Cross
O and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:80a.
11. ; Sunday School at i p. m, ; Vespers i p. m. ; ,er
rice, every day at 8 p. m.
t2T. PATRICK'S (Hoinnn Catholic) Corner Ninth
J street und Washington avenue; cervices Sab
"Hill Hand Ula. m ; Vespers H p. in.; Sunday School
t . in. services every day at 8 p. m. Rev. MaMersnn
W0,"" CHRISTIAN 1KMPKRANCK UN
(i, . i,.H .'. ,uM (l" r"giilr weekly meetings in
.2 t "' liu 1 Klr" Tempiiranrn Reform Club, ev
cry Ihursdiiy alter 1, at 3::K) o'clock. K very
body Is luvliei to attend. o-io.. J-viry
QEORGE II. LEACH, M. 1).,
Physician and Surgeon,
Special attention pnldtolho lloimmpnlhlr. treat
nient or surgical disease,, aud disease, of women
Ollli-e! No. 10 Highlit atrout, near Commercial
avenue, Cairo, Ills.
J)U. E. W. WI1ITLOCK,
Don tal Sui'f?oon.
Oi-mim-No. 1M Commercial Avenue, between
Blghth aud Ninth Streci
pit. W. C. JOCELYN,
OKKlCE- Klghik Street, near Commercial Avenns.
Policies incontestable utter haviug
been in force, for three years. All such
incontestable policies w ill be paid at
maturity, without rebate of interest,
immediately after the icteipt at the
Society's office in New York of satisfac
tory proofs of death, together w ith a
valid and satisfactory discharge trom
t he Varties in interest, and without re
quiring any delay, even for sixty or
ninety days, as has been the custom
heretofore, and is still usual w ith other
J2 j el
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. FJALLIDAY, President.
H. L. FJALLIDAY, Vlce-Pre,ldent.
TUOS. W. UALLIDAY, Cashier.
I. STa ATS TATU1S, w, p, HAU.IDAT,
HSNRr t. HA1XID4T, R, H. OIJSHINOHAH,
. O, WILUAM.ON, RTSI'HIN R1RD,
H. B. CA VDSS.
Excbange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUOIJT AND BOLD.
eonslutvd Meel v,d "d 1 Mncr1 tanking business
nv (w.i. i-i. u i v. I..
Vicb of t'ftr to ilo Mm 'ole lw-t?
Itm v:i" Hilid more in, 11 i.'neii I inii" of mc,
Ven my i'i.rliiig-, n il nili'-go n ho vlnle,
V. 1 in in st bv liu-ii ben iiod u.e.
Vliieii one won d yrni an el lo'gbl been lUmkuii
Ven iler i-olil-liiigi.'ifeil lienlli bn would Kay,
"I, it mc iler mie Mil mhi IhIo l)et
DolS ilei one I wouul disik ineiivHy "
So I dook 'fin tiigfilder on mine lap,
did ki'ei 'em in il Hligwec.ed 'em so tight;
I'nd woii'leriul ol'er lie vs now ank me
V irh one I rmii git hiul to night.
I.eedle Uretcheii van hnnt-oine und ahweed,
Mil a heiii t dot van shiK'kliil mil lute,
It shone her eye out nil der vlnle,
Like der i-buir on iler lletleni aliol'c.
I.eeillc f ul l va, a stimuli child yoost now
Der lery piglure ol 1 r:rlim, nunc frow ;
lie vas -hemlle un l kind, und o loflng,
As lii linos in.'ikc mine neck round yoost now.
I'ml bn e on mine la p dliey tire P'Hin,
P.epeadeii Uct Ipedie elening liriiyer
Dot dhere unit ter v.i. tmiyhl 'em to naid,
To make 'em goot und bate lleafenly care.
Dul how 1 lute me 'lot chviin v. it got:
Mine Fadiler! yoo'-t Kbpare ine dot tet,
Vieh one of 'line dul l nig as deal er
Vich one I loles ine der best.
No lady with any refinement will use
her husband's iiiccrKcliaiiin pipe to drive
nnils in the wall.
Solonion b:id seven hundred wives.
That's the way the wisest man of his
time Utuh-lized wmnon.
Curiosity Shop--"Oh, what a lovely
vase. It's itnti'iue, is it not?" "No.
ma'am, it's niinli-rn." "What a pity!
it was so pretty."
Trim-ess Iniix' has written ft piano
forte .Milo, "Tlii: Doctor's (ialop." H'rn,
let's see. There never has been a due
tor's galop in that family, we believe.
A newspaper, pushing over recent
painting, says: "In front stands a rus
tic maiden, wrapped in her own
thought." The scene is laid iu lati
tude 1 degree smith.
She bad sued fur breach of promise,
and the verdict of the jury was against
her. "Want to poll the jury?" she was
asked. "Yes, I do. .Jes' rininie the
pole for two minutes.
Etiquette'' writes tons to inquire
if, in our opinion, it would bo proper
fur him to support ti voting lady if she
was taken with a faint even if lie
h.cln't '.leeti introduced. I'roper, voting
man, certainly -prop her ty all means.
Il is proposed to connect the royal
residence nt (iieat Britain with the min
isterial quarters. Her ncist gracious
majesty, with a receiver at her ear and
a scowl on her lace, as she shoul.s
Hello! hello!" is a picture for a pain
ter. Mile. X. poll's as a voting lady,
though fully tifiy years obi. The other
dav they were telling in her presence a
story of the last century. "1 don't be
lieve il." cries Mis X." "Then I deny
it," savs the speaker; "mademoiselle,
A shy Philadelphia girl, having a
lover she was afraid wouldn't stick,
covered her lips with glue and invited
him to kiss her. Owing to the fact
that she had previously posted her fath
er when to pounce into tho parlor, the
plan worked admirably.
"My wife won't even hear of my go
wX to' the theatre with another lady."
said (iallaL'her. Hagbag didn't seem
to construe Callaghcr'a remarks aright,
for be said: "Won't eh? Don't you
be too sure f it. 1 thought my w ife
wouldn't but she did. and I had a fear
ful time about it."
"What a tiresome thing that Mrs.
Smith is!" exclaimed Mrs. Brown. "I
called there to-day, and she ran on so,
telling about her new carpet, and her
new house girl, and her baby's two
teeth, and a new bonnet, that I didn'J,
get a chance to say a word about my
new sack, or our parlor furniture, or
Freddy's coining down with the measles,
or Sarah .l ine s dyspepsia, or Uncle
Charles' rheumatism, or how Bridget
burnt that batch of biscuit. Oh, she's
such a liresotue thiti."
When a child's body was presented
for iutcrment at a cemetery in Shofheld,
England, recently, the sexton demand
ed seven shillings. The relatives told
him it was an excessive fee and they
would not pay it. lie closod tho church
yard gates, and, after waiting two
hours, tho mourners took the coffin
away with them. It was taken again
for interment tho next morning, when
it was found that tho grave had been
refilled, and tho sexton could not be
seen. A number of volunteers re-opened
the grave, but in the course of their
work they were interfered with by tho
sexton and two of his sons. The for
mer they hustled into tho grave, and
was subsequently forced away. When
the gravo was ready for tho interment,
tho body was carried up to it. followed
by the relatives and other friends, and
the burial service was read by an inde
Co.MMKnriAi, travelers and others sub
jected to sudden changes and exposure,
should bo provided with Dr. lJull'B Cough
Syrup the best and quickest remedy tor tho
relief and cure of Colds. Pi ico 25 cents.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is tho
marvel of tho ago for all Netvo Diseases,
All fits stopped free. 8und to 031 Arch
J street, Philadelphia, Pcnn.
( Regulur Meeting )
Col'NXn, C'lIAMUF.R, (
Caiko, III., March 8th, 1881. (
Present Mis Honor, Mayor Thistlewood,
and Aldermen Blake, Ilalliday, Howley,
Ptttit, Smith and Swoboda 0.
AbKcnt-IIinkle, Linegnr, Patier und
Alderman Swobodu moved to approve
minutes of the lust regular meeting without
reading. Motion carried.
An ordinanci providing that the mayor
and city treasurer shall have their office at
city clerk's office aud fixing their office
hours was rend the second time.
Alderman I'ettit moved to lay ordinance
on tuMe until next regular meeting. Mo
An ordinance to amend section o2 of
chapter (i revised ordinances, fixing the fire
limits within the city was read second time.
Alderman Blake moved to lay ordinance
on table until next regular meeting. Mo
ItKI'OICI'S OK CITY OFFICEllS.
(Alderman Saup appeared in his seat.)
Kepnrt of Edward Dezonia, city treasurer,
for the month of February, lbSl, was sub
mitted and read, and on motion of Alder
man Blake, referred to city comptroller for
I). J. Foley, city comptroller, reported
having examined report ol Edward Dezonia,
city treasurer, for month of January, refer
red to him fur verification, and f iiiiid some
Alderman Howley moved to receive and
lile report. Motion carried.
UKI'OKTS OF COMMITTEES.
Committee on streets reported that in
their opinion it is necessary at some points
in the more thickly settled portions of the
city, street lamps be erected at shorter in
tervals than two hundred feet and recom
mended the adoption of an ordinance to
amend section 2:j of chapter Sot the revised
ordinances, ulso recommended by the ordi
Alderman Ilalliday moved to receive re
port. Motion carried.
Committee on claims reported back the
following bills, recommending payment on
James Keating. 2U;'i days labor on
sidewalks 32 OIJ
Chas. D'.inkm, lbjj days, same 22 27
M. Driseoll.8 days, same 10 80
Jas. Connolly, 0 days, same 8 10
Win. (!iii in. hauling 5 loads cinders
at 40 cents 2 00
IVter Walder, draying 1G loads
lumber at 23 cents 4 00
Dcvore iV Lame, building 2.'i7)4'
feet wooden sidewalks on weut
side of Washington avenue,
from Fifth to Sixth street, at
44 cents; SOU), feet, north side
of Twelfth street, from Wash
ington to Walnut, at 30 cents;
122fj.' feet, north side of Four
teenth street, from Walnut tu
t.'edar street, at 4ii cents;from
lots to ii?, block 73, city . . 415 00
F. Jenkins, building 275 feet cin
der sidewalk on south side of
Eighteenth street, from Com
mercial avenue to Poplar
street, at DO cents 82 50
C. W. Henderson, 6 kegs nails at
:i.25 ; lock and hinges, 25c '.. . Hi 50
J.S Meliahey, 4'J) , feet lumber. . 1 00
P. Masterson, 2.'!1 j days labor on
streets at $1.:i5. .'.' IU 72
M. Houlihan, II 1 , davs, same... 10 57
Chas. Wheeler, (i days, same 8 10
(eo. Washington, i days, same. ,, . 8 10
N. Perry, IV j days, same 4 !18
John Furteo, 4J.( days stone mason
at $1) 00. . .". 13 50
J. liettineo, 44' days, same 13 50
D. Thistlewood, hauling 12 loads
. stone and gravel at 25 cts 3 00
Jas. Ross, hauling 4 loads gravel at
35 cts 1 40
Wm. Thrupp, 5 days assisting en
gineer at $1.50 7 50
E. Fitzpatrick, hauling 12 loads
sewer pipe at 25 cts 3 00
Tim Clifford, 91 davs as foreman
on drains 1!) 00
M. Driscoli, 8 days on drains 10 Hi)
T. Hussian, 8 davs, same 10 80
P. Maimer, 8'4' days, same 11 47
lohn C.rady, 0 d ij-s, same 12 15
Win. Tobin, H days, same 10 80
Thomas Loyd, 8 days, same 10 80
I, AIIOH ON MISSISSIPPI l.KVhli.
Tim Cli fiord, 3 days foreman .... 7 50
Wm. Tobin, 3 . days labor A 0(1
John Crady, 3;l days, same H OH
M. Ualvin.'ii;' days, same 5 OH
Thos. Walsh, it 'f days, same '. . 5 0(1
J. Mahony, tlays, siimr 5 00
J.Sullivan, 2;li days, same. .... ... 3 71
F. Faulkner, 2;'. days, same 3 71
Ligo Alexander, 3;'.( days, same. . . 5 OH
Geo. Hendcll, Sp days, same 5 0(1
J. McDonald, 3 '4 days, same 4 28
.1. O'Donahl, 3 itays. same 5 0(1
John Kenau, 3,'t days, same 5 0(1
Job UiKihe, days, same 5 0(1
Jtio, (!ritlin, 3 days, same 5 0(5
J no. Orogan, 3 days, same 5 0(5
Jas. ltoclie, 2(.i' days, same 3 03
Rich. Jones, :t day, same 07
James Median, 1 days, same .... 2 30
Pat. Lane, 2 days, same 3 03
Jno. Kenny, 1 day, sumo 1 33
V. Whitcanip, 1 day, samo 1 35
P. Swoboda, 1 day, same 1 35
Jas. Harrington, O1 days labor
with teams at $2.75 10 31
A.Swobiula, 0 days, gamo 18 50
Wm. Harty, 3' days, same 10 81
P. Fitzgerald, 3 days, sumo 0 2
F. Whitcanip, 7 L days, same 20 03
P.Corcoran, 3;i days, samo . ; 10 31
M. Oalvin, 3 K days, samo 10 31
Lew Lem, 2;'i days, samo 1M
Jas. Median. I K duvs. same i SO
Let Hlesdel, 1 )' days, same 4 80
Ed. Jones, l'V davs, same 3 44
Tim. Gorman, sulary as street supt. 00 00
w. D. Mone, making street runner. 4 50
James Powers, sharpening and re
pairing tools 1 50
C. H. Woodward, tools for street la
borers 17 90
Thos. Ferguson, making tool box. 5 75
H. II. Cunningham, rent of council
chamber 10 00
Cairo City (Jas Co., gas consumed
in council hall
Cairo Bulletin, publishing proceed
ings, printing briefs, treasurer's
receipts index, etc
E. E. Ellis, printing 2 briefs, 30
pages 47 00
Alex. H. lrvin, fees in suits, Sum
merwell vs. City, and Bross vs.
City 12 00
John Cain, dieting prisoners 259
days at 10 cents, $103.00; fur
nishing 58 extra meals to pris
oners b"torc trial at 13 cents,
Cairo City (Jus Co., gas consumed
A. Comings, J. P., percentage on
O. A. Osborn, J. P., same. ,
W. E. Hendricks, city att'y., same.
St. Mary's Infirmary, burial of
Thos. O'Neal 15 00
B. F. Thistlewood, conveying man
to hospital '. 1 03
J.J.Oordon, M.I)., attention on
Thos. O'Neal 5 00
Cairo Citv Oas Co., gas consumed
iu police headquarters 8 80
II. T. (lerould, repairs on pump
and lamps 13 00
Wm. B. Gilbert, for money advanc
ed for clerk of the appellate
court fees 20 00
P. Champion, burying dead animals
and emptying privy tubs 16 50
C. R. Woodward, tools for men on
James Powers, repairing nnd sharpening
On motion of Alderman Smith, report
received and bills allowed as recommended
bv the following vote:
Ayes -Blake, Ilalliday, Howley, Pettit,
Smith, Saup and Swoboda 7.
Committee on claims reported the fol
lowing bill back to council for action:
U. Taylor, 3 nights patrol duty, $0.00.
Alderman Ilalliday moved that the re
port be received aud bill allowed.
Motion carried by the foliowing vote:
Ayes-Blake, Ilalliday, Howley, Pettit,
Smith, Saup and Swoboda 7.
Ordinance committee reported the fol
lowing ordinance, which was read first time
and laid over under the rules:
ORDINANCE NO. .
An ordinance to amend Section S3, of Chapter V of
the Revised Ordinances
Melt ordained hy the city council of the city of
suction 1. ThHt section '1, of chapter V of tha
Revised Ordinance,, he amended so a, to read as
Suction -ii So long as the Cairo City Out Liiht
Company shall be rcriiiircd, aa at present, to keep
in repair the cas or lamp post, of the city, the
said company shall he entitled to and shall receive
a compensation therefor the amount assessed
and coll ted under tUu previous section of thia
chapter lur damages cone to said pa, posti or
Iannis, and whenever tlm ai;ent of said company
shall produce the certificate of s police tnaglttrate
of the city of Cairo, slat Ini; the amount so collected
and paid over by such maiiistrate to tho City
'I'lva-tucr. tn-ther with the name of each individ
ual mm whom tke same or any part thereof was
collected, the City Treasurer shall be authorized to
pay the same to the said avent, and shall make a
report thereof in his monthly statement tn tha
city council ; provided, that persons wishing to do
so are authorized to erect lamp poaU at the edc
of (lie sidewalk on any of the streets or avenues of
the elty at their own expense, aud the city will
fiirnisn u's" at its expense for the same durins It a
plca-nrc : provided, said post, arc not erected at
shorter Inlerv ls than '.ee leet. ami erected under
the direction of 'lie street committee; provided,
further that the city council may, bv resolution,
authorize the ereclon of ports at such oilier points
a" they may dei tn necessary.
Ordinance committee also reported the
following ordinance which was read first
ORDINANCE NO. -.
An ordinance providlnn for the reconstruction of
Hie sidewalk on the westerly aide of Washington
avenue, between Twuntynrit aud Twenty eighth
lie It ordained by tho city council of the city of
SKiTins 1. That tho sidewalk ou the westerly
side of Washington avenue from the uortherly end
ot the cross walk on '.'1st ttreet tn the southerly end
of tke cross ttalk on SSih street be reconstructed of
wood In accordance with the reqiilreaienta o( tho
exisiini; ordinances of the city pruvidlnir for the
constri ction and reconsiruclion ol sidewalks, pro
vided the iTnile of said sidewalk shall be and hern,
by is established p., I'eel below the irrad" of lh
same sidewalk now exltllnir. or 4V, feet below tho
Itnide heretofore established for Washington avo
nm below Klithteeiith street, except, that where
the surface of the natural ground above the e-ado
hereby esunlished sa d natural ground hall ho
the grade, and provided also that In making a con
nection between the grade hereby established for
said sidewalk and the hli'her grade North of
Twenty-seven! Il street a nilllcieiit excavation aball
be made In the imturiil ground at Twenty-seventh
street to permit such connection tn be made in ac
cordance wltli section I, of chapter No, 7, of tho
SeitiosJ The local Improvement herein pro
vlded lor. shall he iii'ide by special asaesaments,
and in accordance with tho provisions ot Secllonf
Is to 11. Inclusive, of Art. It, of the act of tha Gen
eral Asseinhlv of the Statu of Illinois, approved
April Mill. 1ST.', mid entitled "Au act to provide
for the Incorporation of cltlus and vlllagea," anil
lb" csist and expenses of the construction and re
construction of said sidewalk, shall he paid out
of the funds arising from said special assessments.
auction a. i ne owner ot any lot ironttag oa tha
sidewalk, provision lor the hulldlng of which ia
made bv this ordinance, shall bo allowed thirty
dav, utter the time at winch thia nrdinauce take
ell'ect iu which tn build that portion or said side
walk opposite hi lot, and thereby relieve the smnfl
from assessment; provided the work shall conform
In all respects to the requirements of thl, ordi
nance, and he done tn 'he satisfaction and approv
al of the Committee nu Streets.
Ssction A. I'pon the explrat'oo oftheaald thirty
daya. tho city clerk shall publish notice for lea
(lava. In the newspaper publishing the ordinance
of the city, setting forth that sealed hid" for f u rn
ishlng the material or doing tho work, or botn, for
the construction and reconstruction or in sain
sidewalk, directed to the city council, wlll bo re
ceived at his oftlco, up to the time of h J
of the city council for tho opening ot . "Id ia.
which meeting snal net bo earlier than twelve
dJv W . ef.b-n eighteen days fro I he date n
..(rl notice which not re shall slate lb llm or
,1 2 m't?M nd 'I.H.erlh the work to h. do., br
fcVer rlni "i l.l. ordinance, giving It, number anil
date " ' approval, and that said ordinance la uh
u, i to eiamluatloi, al any tun at bit offlc. Bald
bids shall he opened hy the clerk in thepreaencof
the council, and tho contract for doing the work, or
furnishing the material, or both, for com-ritctlng,
and reconstructing said sidewalks shall Ik award
Continued n Tu ni l'age.l