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THE DAILY C AlRO B CJEiLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1881.
NEW SERIES-NO. 269
J)R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Owns No. 1M Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth aud NlutnBtreeu
J)R. W. C. .IOCELYN,
OFFICE-Elgbtk Street, near Commercial Avenue.
QEORGE II. LEAC1I, M. I).,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special att!Utlon paid to tho Homeopathic treat
mnt of aurglcal diacaaug, aud dtu-aate or women
Oitlce: No. 10 Eighth itreet, near Commercial
avenue, Cairo, llli.
( W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood aud Kindling
couiuiiUy on btrui
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trtmmlng''are coanie .having, and make
thabe.t .unimer wind for cooking purpose. a. well
a lite cheap.-! ever .old lu Calm. For black
ptulih a n.e in netting Uiva, they are unequalled.
Leave your order, at the Tenth .treet wood yard .
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO . . IL.IS
Forallr-oldier.di.abti-dln U. 8. icrtlce, and for
helm of deccaacd toldlera,
For .oldlcr. whose rate of peii.lou U too low,
Dm- all aoldiert dlcchargcd for wound, or other
lujury (not dl.eanej, who have failed ti receive It.
COPIES OK LOST DISCHARGES
HendtwnJrc nt ftama for blank and "circular
of Information" to
STODDART di CO.,
Solicitor of claim. . Room 8, St. Cloud Iluildlng,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ' -nri
4 rnri7'H organs, n stop 5 set
KH,A I I "lden Tongue Herd, only
XAJ.X X. A t AddroM Daniel F. Doatty,
MAKE HOME Beaut ifiil.s,.
graving.. Choice .iihject. Lowest price.. Send
For Catalogue and prlre llat. AGKST8 WANTED.
AddrcM J. McCUKDY 4 CO., Philadelphia, l'a.
For Saw Mill., Foundrlca
tod Machine rhop.
Fo rclrcnlam aildre."
THE THANH ECO.
Monroe Co., Fa.
10 ID MEDAL AWARDED
the Anuuir.ADnw urn groat Mtl
teal Work. warranted the bunt and
chNtpmt, indmnfivahln to rr
or J4elf.PnwMmij.nl -," bound in
tont Frenob luiiiilin.eniboamHi.
UJ nnuinn, I'M pmcrin.
imna, pnea one vi.siMQt vt
Mod now.Aildrtw. PwAbody Mm1
trail Inirtltutiifir 1T W II. I'AK,
. k UK, Mo. 4 Bulfineh at BoMuo.
runm THVQN P '"' InntiUtteor lr. W. It. I'AK.
Alt u it luiuuiiii
THE lOE KING.
Ready now, to furnlr-lt and deliver ICE In any
quantity both wholeaale aud retail, and at
KOCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I respectfully .ollclt the patronage of-atll my old
friend, and aa many new one., and guarmteethem
.attraction. JA OB KI.EK.
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
OTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Okkid ok City Ci.kkk.
Caiko, Iu."i, April Mlh.lSKl.
Healed propoKuli will lie received at in v olllce un
tllSo'cliM k p. m-.Tuenday, May loib.lvll. for the
removal of earbage from the different leaiileuccs
and hotel, in thu city for the month, of May, Hep
turabcr, Oclolter, Novetulier, .Mtirrh nnd April,
twice in each week ; for the month of June, July
and Augul. .ix daya In euch week, aud for the
mouth of December. January nnd Kehruury, one
In each week, aa per aectiou chupter 10 of the
ordinance, of the city. The place of do
po.lte to be not leo than one mile from thu city
limit. The right to reject uuy and all bids re
served by the city.
D.J. FOLEY, City Clerk.
MILL AND COMMISMON.
Geo Woods & Co.'s
QUALITY OF TONE,
Beautiful Musical Ellect
Strength and Durability!
Beauty of Design
They will outla.t all common, cheap, Organ.,
uikiiu limit inimlrul nnd merhinilr.al niluHie. com
mend them to nil who wish a strictly high j-rudo
Agents wanted iu tlila vleinity.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads u Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE fcPn STATES.
On and after Monday, June 7th, and until tnrther
notice the ferryboat will make trip at follow.:
liavis . LKAVB. LIATI
Poet Fourth at. MlMoori l.and'K. Ecntncky LA'g,
H:(jOa. m. 83 i. m. 9 a.m.
lft:00a. m. M:30a. m. 11a.m.
2:Cp. m. 2:30 p.m. 8 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;0Op.m.
2 p.m. 2:30 p.m. S p. m
HTOVE8 AND TINWARE.
ALL S0BTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
lanufiicturcr of and Dealer in
IN, COPrER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KfXDS OF JOB WORK DONE TO OIIDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - Illinois
Yotiraelvu. ny minting niou
ey when a golden chance It
otrered, thereby alwaya
kueplugjpovorty from your
door. Thnau who alwavi
lake advantage of tho Rood
chance ror maKiiiKnwnny mat areollured, aenorRl
Iv become Wealthy, whllo thoae who tlo not Im
provo ouch cbancui remain In poverty. Wo want
many men, women, boy. and ulrla to do work foru
rlKht In their own Innallllu., The buRlnex. will
Ruy more tnan ton mn irumarr wuea.
irnl.h an ixiinacnalva outfit and all that
need free. No one who cntcacei fall. In make
money rapidly. You can awvoioyour wnoia time
to tne wnrK, or only your pani niomumn. run
Information and all that I. needed aunt frvo. Ad
rei. bTlNbON ot CO., l'ortianu, itatno,
JfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VJSRY CLOSE
O. O. PATIElt 6c CO.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND MY -
HiirheBt Cash Priee Paid for Wkeat.
A STYLISH OUTFIT!
The Hacixe IIarxess.
It 1. tho beet harnetn made for the money. It I.
not atuflcd with paper nor any Hponiry aluff. Sad
dle, of aame, all our own ruuke and w 111 not cull the
horae. Tb entire harneca la made of good No. 1
Leather. Styliah and durably made. Caec loopij
on bridle, and Drcant Collura,
Sent C. 0. D. Subject to Inspection.
Single Harncci, Black Trimtninea. .J13 00
" " V. I'late TriuimiUK.... IH"l
" " Nickel TrlmmliiK. 15 00
' " Don Ton or lllack Gold Lined
TrlmmlUR. 1 00
Double ' lllack Trimming..... -ir 00
' " Dun Ton, Nickel or Gold
Lined Trimminca ISO 00
When ordering, mention the kind of triuimimz.
yoi want, al.o, whether aide or over check, black
or ru.aet band ulece. for rein. ; uli-o w hether trace
buckle, si wanted on breaxt collar. I lame or
Rniaat Collars furnished with double harneea ae
ordered. Address A. LOIIDELL,
Liberal Di.count. for Liberal Ordere, and Club.,
For reference lee editor of thte puper.
IHtile other Baking Vowilers
are largely adulterated with
Alum and other hurtful drugs,
Cor. Ninutconth itreet I
Commercial Avenue J
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V ?r Kit ft'
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has been kept unchanged in all
its original purity and strength.
The best evidence of its safety
and effectiveness is the fact of its
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monials from the most eminent
chemists in the United States,
who have analyzed it, from its
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There are no powders that bear
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Council Chamber, )
Caiko. 111., May 3d, 1891.
Present His Hon. Mayor Tliitlcwool
ami Aldermen Wake, Halliduy, Ilinkle,
Hughes, Kimbrough, Patier, Pcttit, Suup
and Wood 9.
Absent Aldermen Swolwda 1.
On motion of Alderman IJlako minutes
of the last regular ami intervening meet
ings were.approved without reading.
IlEI'OUT OF CITY OFFICEUS.
Edward Duzonia, city treasurer, submit
ted the following annual report of receipts
and disbursements for tho year ending
April 30th, 1831..
Balance in fund May
Rec'd from sheriff on
account ol taxes 1879110.391 13
Rec'd from sheriff on
account of taxes 1880 5.600 00 15.381 13
Rec'd from licenses 10,749 43
ltec'd from fines Geo.
E. Olmsted P. M 081 00
Rec'd from A. Com
ings J. P 1392 50
Rec'd from O.A. Os
born J. P $219 00
Rec'd from J. II. Rob
inson J. P $ 83 80 1,376 30
Rec'd from street tax,
F.S.Smith ;. 139 80
Rec'd from dog tax J.
C.Lallue 97 00
Rec'd from insurance
tax II. II. Candee... 1,C00 52
Rec'd from Wells &
Kerth 72 04
Rec'd from C. N.
Hughes 05 70 1,799 32
Rec'd from N. B. This-
tlewood, mayor sale
of bricks and tent. . 4(5 00
Rec'd from 8. P.
W.J. Boat, 357 20
Rec'd from 8. J.
Humm, county clerk
line in county court 50 00
Rec'd from I). J. Foley
city clerk,tub sold.. 10 98
Rec'd from John
special sidewalk as
sessment $033 52
Rec'd from E. Dezonia
sidewalk assessment $ 75 01 700 13
Rec'd from Halliday
Bros sale of lots R.
It. strin addition.... 425 00
Paid orders on general
Puid orders on R. R.
Btrip fund 2,090.80
Paid coupons from new
Paid coupons from old
bonds for II. & Co.. 1,344.75
Balance in treasury. . . 3,753.41
Report of Edward Dezonia, city treasur
er, for month of April, 1881, was also sub
mitted and read.
Alderman Wood moved that the reports
be referred to the flnanco committee and
clerk for verification. Motion carried.
Alderman Halliday. asked that the order
of business he changed so ns to take up bond
of Thos. J. Ierth, city treasuier elect, for
approval. No objections being made, bond
of Thomas J. Kerth was submitted and
read for approval.
On motion of Alderman Saup, bond of
T. J. Kerth was approved and ordered
D. J.Foley, comptroller, reported having
examined report of Edward Dezonia, city
treasurer, for month of March, referred to
him for verification, and lound same correct.
Alderman Blake moved to receive and
file report. Motion carried.
Report of D.J.Foley, city comptroller,
for the month of March, 1881, showing the
expenditures and balances in the several
appropriation funds up to April COth, 1881 :
CLAIM YOUR MONEY.
A General Olllce nf tho Life I'ollry Holder. Col
lection Agency of tho United Hutea.for tho Htntet
of Illmola. Wlaconaln, Mlnneaotii and Iowa hit.
been eatabll.hed in the city of Chicago. There 1.
a Cash value lu all Life tnatif ancr l'olie.lea, whether
lap.ud or In force. For further Information re
.peeling tho lame, apply t Local Agont, If there
la ono In your place, otherwise, by letter to
CHAKLESG. OU1VEY & CO., General Aguut.,
24 Portland Block, Chicago, Illinola,
N. 13. To Inaure attention to your letter lucloiu
6 cent In Portage aud wu will give it our time aud
I'artiu. ile.lrona of obtaining Local Agendo,
pleaeo address us at once aud inclohu iiKfKii
Bknj. F. Grafton, Stoiiy B. Ladd
IIaijikut E. Paine.
Lata CommU.louer of 1'atunt",
PAINE, GRAFTON" & LADD,
AltornoTS-at-Lsw and Bollcltf f AaicrlcnaMid
411 FIFTH STREET, WASHINGTON, D. C.
.l!,M.l!?.,p"lonli,BW ln. " I'ranchcn In the
Patent Olnco, and In tho Buprrmo and Circuit
Conn, of tho Uiilled Htatea, I'liimdilut r-etit tt
on receipt of ivtuip fur postage .
roll WHAT ACCOUNT.
Hoard of Health..,
Clerk', olllce ,
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On motion of Alderman Tettit report re
ceived and ordered printed with tho pro
ceedings. (Alderman Bwoboda appeared in his
Report of Goo. E. Olmsted, T. M., for
month of April, was submitted, On mo
tion of Aldermnu Pcttit, referred to city
attorney for verification.
Report of John Cain, city jailor, allowing
tho number of dayg prisoners having served
in month of April, was read.
On motion ot Alderman Wood, received
UEPOHTS OF COMMITTEES.
Finance- cominitteo reported on petition
of 0. Drelstmnn nnd Wm. Oeltlcr, Cor side
walk assessment on lots 11 and 13, in block
15, city, to be stricken from collector's
books, recommending that prayer ot peti
tioners be granted, and that collector bo
instructed to abate said special assessment.
Alderman Swoboda moved that the report
be received and concurred in. Motion car
ried. Finance committee submitted annual
report, respecting tho compromise and
funding of the old city debt.
On motion of Alderman Wood, received
and placed on file.
Finance committee- reported having re
received from Edward Dezonia, city treas
urer, fifty-two hundred and sixty-five
03-100 dollars ($5,205.03) in cancelled or
ders on general fund nnd seven hundred
and Bixty-fivo dollars ($705.00) in cancelled
coupon from new bonds, all of which we
have this day destroyed by burning.
Alderman Wood moved to receive and
file report. Motion carried.
Clerk read petition from citizens and
property owners on Washington avenue,
owning and representing over half of
lroutagu on said avenue, asking tho coun
cil to provide by ordinance for the con
struction of a double line of plank road,
8 feet wido or single line, JO feet wide (as
set out in estimate. ot cost of construction
Ot same acecompanying petition), from
Second street to Twenty-citjhth street, on
Washington avenue, and charging the cost
thereof upon the lots, abutting upon tho
On motion of Alderman Pcttit, referred
to committee on streets.
CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
Salary bill of city ofllcers for mouth of
April was presented and read as fol
lows, viz: '
N. B. Thistlewood. mayor $11 07
I). J. Foley, city clerk 75 00
Ed want Dezonia, treasurer 50 00
J. II. R')binson,mirsh.l 75 00
Wm. B. Gilbert, corporation counsel. 01 07
W. E. Hendricks, city attorney 20 83
George E.01msti'd,police magistrate. 25 00
J. C.Lallue, police constable 00 00
Henry Dunker, police constable... 00 00
John P. Hogan, " " 00 00
Warren Y mis, " " .... 00 00
John Tyler, " " .... CO 00
P. Malioney, " " .... (10 00
S. M. Orr. 14 days as health officer.. 35 00
Chas. Thrupp, city engineer 75 00
Alderman Saup moved to allow salary
bill as read.
Motion carried by the following vote :
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Ilinkle, Hughes,
Kimbrough, Patier, Pcttit, Saup, Swoboda
and Wood 10.
LAnOll ON STKEETS AT $1.35 I'EU DAY.
Pat Masterson, 83 days $ 34 40
M Houlahan, 24 same 33 40
Jas Connolly, 14 same 18 90
Geo Washington, lOJ.i same 21 95
Chas Wheeler, 19 same 25 fi5
loo Miller, same 12 50
Pat Colledine,23Ji same 34 40
PatMagner, 20 same 27 05
Tim Hiessian, 24 same 33 05
A Rigger, 10) same 20 30
U Mates, 2 same 2 70
Jno Moore, lKno 24 05
Thos Loyd, 24$ same 33 05
Dan Foley, 25 $ same 34 40
L Rupcl, Osamo 12 13
M Driscoll, 27 same 30 45
II Dawson, 17J same 23 00
N Perry, 19 samo 25 05
A Clarke, 2 same 2 70
S Bucknauo,10 same 13 50
PLane, 20 samo 27 05
J Diges, 4 samo 0 05
Jno Higgins, 22 same 29 70
CMulheran, 20 same 27 05
Jno Lovit, 15 J same 20 00
M Galvm, 12 samo 10 20
Wm. Carry, 9 same 12 15
Jno Fertleo, silmo stone mason ... 2 00
Jno Hettinger, ?4 same stone mason. . 2 00
Wm Trupp 8 same assistant engineer 13 00
John Cain 3 samo labor with jail gang 4 50
D Thistlewood, hauling 9 loads cin
ders 4 50
CGaligher& Sor, CO loads cinders
at 25c 12 50
LAIIOIl ON STKEETS WITH TEAMS AT $2.75.
P II Cuicwran, 12 days 33 0
M Galvin, 13 same 37 10
M Harrington, 13) same 37 10
P Fitzgerald, 8J same 23 70
Wm G arm, 8 samo 23 00
P Carahcr, 5) samo 15 10
Anthony Smith, 23 same 04 00
Jas Mohan 8 same 23 35
Edward Jones, 8 same 23 00
Peter Brown, 7 samo 19 25
Thos Median, 3 samo 8 25
J P Smith 11 same 30 23
i.a'hok at r.vitK.
Tim Clifford, 0 days forman at $3.. . 18 00
J Sullivan, 0 samo labor at $1.35 ... 1315
Thos Kelelier, 0 days 12 15
F Martin, 1 same 1 35
Van T.lscndy, 8 samo 4 05
Sam Moolen, 3 samo 4 05
Thos Median, 0 days with team at
$3.75 'l 73
I) Thistlewood, Osamo 24 75
l Fitzirorald, 04 samo 20 10
j Keating, 20 days laboron sidewalks 35 10
Chas Duukin, 23 samo 39 70
1) Thistlewood, hauling 7 loadsgravol
and cinders .. . 3 20
PetcrWaldor,lldays33loadHlumber 8 25
J S McGabcy, lumber for sidewalk
Hiirposes 103 57
C W Henderson, nails nnd tools for
sidewalks ' 17 00
Devoro & Lame, constructing 237
foot walk on west Bido Wash
ington avo., from 12th to 13th
streets 07 17
Forguson & Minard, constructing
513) feet walk on 27th street, at
42 cents 215 07
Geo. F.. Olmsted, 0 days' services ns
sidewalk commissioner I' 00
Chas. Lnmo, 8 days samo 9 00
Tim Gorman, salary ns street su
perintendent. On 00
N. B. Thistlewood, money advanced
for freight on curbing, etc 04 25
Stephen Bradley, hauling, curbing
as per contract 7 00
James Powers, repairs on tools. ... 2 40
M. Tcssicr & Son, repairs on tools. . 8 75
Cairo Bulletin, publishing proceed
ings and printing proclamation
&c 13 50
Cairo City Coal Co., 1 ton coal for
jail 3 00
John Cain, dieting prisoners before
and after trial 123 73
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed in
jail 11 70
F.Vincent, 1 bbl lime for jail.. . . 115
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed in
clerk's office 1 30
R. II. Cunningham, rent of council
chamber for April 10 00
F. Scheombs, repairing table in
clerk's office 40
G. W. McKcaig, judges and clerk
of election 3 00
W.G. Cary, same 3 00
P. Mockler, same 3 00
J. M. Phillips, same 3 00
W. A. Redman, same 3 00
C. Lame, same 3 00
J. M. Ivinncar, same 8 00
L, II. Meyers, same 3 00
II. Sehulze, same 3 00
E. A. Burnett, same 3 00
W. P. Wright, same 3 00
W. Wilkerson, same 3 00
N. A. Devore, same 3 00
U. Close, same 3 01)
F. Teichman, same 3 00
S B Penn, samo 3 00
K Walsh.same 3 00
It Fitzgerald, same... 3 00
II P McAllister, same 3 00
W F Pitcher, same 3 00
D J Meskil, samo 3 00
J Carroll, same 3 00
J Smith, samo 3 00
J D Buckley, same S 00
II T Miller, same 3 o
J Carroll, rent of room for election,. . 5 00
H Jones, same 5 00
Matt Cox, burying dead animals, .... 2.
Ed Akers, same. 25
Peter Champion, same 11 50
Wm Hill, same 25
Peter Younir. same 2a
Merrit Wright, draying dead animals 1 00
Pat Walder, same 25
Thornton Parks, 5 days labor under
health officer )
Cairo City Coal Company,! ton coal for
police headquarters o oo
P Galligher, draying man to jail. . . . 25
Cairo City Gas Company gas consum
ed in police headquarters i ou
Champion & Courtney, emptying
St Mary's Infirmary,aro and burial
of patients 70 97
W E Hendricks, percentage on fines
collected ? 05
Cairo City Gas Company, gas con
sumed in 76 Btreet lamps from
March Is, 1881 to April 30th, 1881
at $2 25 per lamp 240 30
Alderman Saup moved to refer bills to
committee on claims. Motion carried.
RESOLUTIONS ANL MOTIONS.
Alderman Wood offered tho following
Resolved, That tho city clerk be and is
hereby instructed to advertise for proposals
to deliver to tho city one thousand cubic
yards of earth to be placed on the follow-
. , j. 4 -'
ins streets: wainui, irom r.ievenm to
Fourteenth; Tirteenth, from Washington'
to Cedar, and Fifteent, trom Walnut to
Locust Btreet. Said filling to be done un
der the direction of the committee on
Alderman Patier moved to amend by re
ferring resolution to committee on streets,
that each alderman report to the commit
tee tho amount of filling necessary in their
respective wards, and that said amounts be
included in tho advertisement.
Aldyman Halliday offered the following
amendment to resolution:
"And in addition thereto the street com
tnitteo is directed to ascertain the amount
of filling required to bo done in the city
this season aud advertise for proposals at
Amendment accepted and resolution
Alderman Blake offered the following
Resolved, That tho ordinanco commit
tco bo directed to report an ordinance re
pealing Ordinanco No. 42, entitled: "An
ordinanco to provide for a change in the
Alderman Pettit offered tho following
Resolved, That tho city comptroller be
instructed to have a tolephone placed in
Alderman Wood moved to amend by
adding: "and that charges for same be
taken out of contingent fund." Amend
ment accepted ami resolution adopted by
the following voto:
Ayos Blake, Halliday, Ilinkle, Hughes,
Kimbrough, Patier, Pettit, Saup, Swoboda
Alderman Saup offered tho following
Resolved, That the superintendent of
Btrocts is hereby instructed to reconstruct
crossing on Commercial avenue on south
erly sido of FonrtU street.
Resolution adopted by tho following vote:
Aves-Blake. Halliday, Ilinkle, Hughes,
Kimbrough, Tatier, Tettlt, Saup, Swoboda
Mounted varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for salo. at The Bulletim, ofBco.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
llektograph usu, for sale at The Buuetth