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THETWESTY-FIKST iSSUAL STATEMENT OF THE
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES 120 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
UENRY B.HYDE, President.
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 81, 1880.
Amount op Lbdgbh assbts, Jan, 1.
. t a
Inture.t and rents ....
Nut jirullt ou Investment
Clalmsby death aud matured eudow-
, mmf f
Dividends, surrender values, and an-
nulffe. ....... , ,
Dl.connu.-d endowment and matured
178 9W 09
Total paid policy-holders
Dividend on capital
Agencies and ceimnisaiona
flutu, county aait city Umi
, . tm.m
Set cash as.cts, Dee. SI, IS). . I 88.4W.W4 02
Honda and mortgages
United Stales st'nks
i,b VM 09
bta'.e stocks, city atocks. and stwck
auiiiorUed by the laws ol tt stale
of Sew Vurk
Loans secured by bonds and slocks.
Real estate in Sew York and Bo. Urn
and pun;hited ander foreclosure..
Cash on hand tn hank, and other de
piMttlories on interest and In transit
1)03 from agents on account of pre
i,m: "7 VM
t :.409,44 03
Market v -" jT jUicks aud bonda
Intercut and n:oU dun and accrued. .
Premiums dna and In process of
collection (less premiums paid In
Deferred pruaiiUBii ......
Total a.Mt, DM.S1.1HUII $ 4M',ttS3
Total liabilities including legal re
servo fur reinsurance of all .exist
ing polkles - 31.a80.W 11
Total noi'vided surplus .. 1 9,,&4 .'1
Of which belong, (aa compated) to
rwlicle'.u general cla....
Of which belongs (aa compated) to
policies In tontine claw -..4,2J,800
Bisk! Assumed in 1880,135,170,805 00
RUks Outstanding 177,570300
R. B. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILL150I8 CENTRAL R.R.
TBAKS ARBITS TBAIXS UEraBT.
tMall 4:10 a m I Mil :& p.m
Express 9:M a.m tKxtiress .V3 p,m
Accom'dation, 4)p.m tAccouidatloB..ll:10a.m
MISS CENTRAL R. R.
tMall 5JWp.mHM.il ... .. 3:3a.m
4Kxpress 11:30 am tKxpresa 9:j0a.m
C. A iT. U R. R. (Narrow Gauge )
Kiprss 4:) p.m I Express.. .. M a.m
Accum'datoln 14:30 p.m I Accom'dation. l:Mp.m
juudayexcur'n 8:05 p.m Sunday excur'n 8:40 a.m
ST.L-. I.M. 4 8. K. R.
tKxpri'M 8:Wa m I Expross....1 J:lp m
t Accom'dation. i:p m i tAccomdation.U:4Sa.m
CAIRO VISCESSES R. R.
Mail Kx . ... 5:00 a.m Mail 4 Ex.... 9:39 p.m
Daily except Sunday, i Dally.
Circuit Jtide D.J-Baki-r.
Circuit Clerk-A. H. Irvln.
Comity JtidireR. Vocum.
Couniy Clerk S. J. Humm.
County Attorney J . M.Damron.
County Treasurer-Miles W. Parker.
County Commlloners-T. W. Balllday.
Gibbs and Samuel Briley.
Treasomr T J. Kerth.
Clerk Dennis. J. Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Ullbert.
Mar.ual L. II. Meyers.
Attorney William Uendricks.
BOAhO or AUlIRMl.
First WaM-retr Sanp. T. M. Kimhronzh.
Second Ward-Je.sc Hinklo. C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward B. K, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charlea O. Patier, Adolph So-
bmh Wsrd-T. W. nallldar. Ernest B. Pettlt.
C AIRO BAPTIST. -Temperance hall on Tenth
J street; preacnins nmana
third Sundays in
each month. 11 a. m. and 7.:J0 p. iu. ; prayer meei
,n Thursday. 7::J0 p. nv: KunJay school, ftO a.m.
CIITJRCH OP TDK REDEEMER (Episcopal)
Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00. m.. Holy
Enchaslst; 9:S0 a. m.. Sunday school; 10:45a.m.,
Morning prayors; 8:00p- m., evening prayers. F.
P. Davenport, 8. T, It Rector.
TjMRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHTJRCO.
r PrvacUlna at 10:30 a. n.., 8 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
Hahhath school at 7:30 p. m Rev. T. J. Shores,
LUTHERAN Thirteenth street; snrvii.es Bab
bath 1 :0 a. m. 1 Snnday school S p. m. Rev.
Knappe, pastor. ..'
MKTnoDIST-C'or. Eljjhtb and Walnut streots;
PreachlnR Sabbath 10:)0 a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer uicetlug, Wednesday 7:UO p. m.; Sunday
BcUool,9a. m. Ret. Whittaker, pastor.
PRESBYTKRIAJK-ltlKhth street; preacblnif on
Sabbath at 11:00 . m. and 7:W)p. ra.; prayer
meeting Ws-Vnesdaj at 71 p. m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. m.
Key. J. I . ueure, i.sur.
ST. J08Krn'S-Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnnt stwets; sorvtcea Sabbath 10:80a.
m.; Sunday School at p. m.J Vespers 3 p. m.; cr
rices ovury day at 8 p. tu.
. PATRICK'S- .Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
.'ip...,i mnA u'ashlncrtiin avenue: services Sab
bath 8 and 10 a. m. ; Vespers 8 p. m. ; BonrtT School
8 p. m. services evory day at 8 p.m. Rev. Maaterson
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on hand
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
Tho "trimmings" are coarse shavings and make
the host summer wood for cooking purposes as well
as ths cheapest ever sold lu Cairo. For black
pnilth't use In setting tires, they are uueiual)ed.
Leave your orders at ths Tenth street wood vsrd .
From the undivided surplus, rever.lonarv divi
dends will lie declared, available on settlement of
unit annual premium, to ordinary participating
The valuation of ths policies outstanding haa
Iwrcn made on the American experience table, tb-f
legal etauuara oi me state oi.-iew York
U. W. PHII.UP8, 1 ...,.
J. O. VAN CI8K. Alnr'i'
We, the undersigned, havo, In peraon, cart-full jr
examined the account, and counted and examined
in detail the assets of the society, and certify that
the foregoing statement thereof li correct.
BKNSINliTON K. RANDOLPH,
JAMEH M. HAI.BTKI),
TllOMAH A. CUMMINS,
1IKNKY 8, TERUKLL,
Mpec.lal Committee of tbu Board of Directors,
appointed Oct. iff, 1HH0, to examine the assets
and accounts at the clone of the year.
BOARD OK DIRECTORS.
Ilrnrv B (Hyde. John A. Ktewart,
tieorge D. Morgan,
licorgc T. Adee,
Henry A. Ilurlbnt.
Henry K. Hpsuldlng,
William II. tto.l,
t illiani A. Wlimlurk,
William i. l.anihifrt,
lltiiry U. Marqui'iri
Jhoiis W. Aiciiudor,
ll.-ury . T.t1m:11
Thiinii.ii 8. Youne.
ThomaH A. Curnmlin,
il.iilrl I). Lord,
James M. llalilcad,
Kdward W. Him)ert,
It. V. ItHtidolph.
Henry N. Butler,
George II. Stewart,
John I) Jones.
Hubert Lenox Kennedy,
H n.laniin Willlanisou,
. Mi-ory M. Alexander,
ThomKS A . iiiddle,
ieorj;e W. ( arletou,
tieorjje (t. Kellogu,
J one K. Navarro,
John i. Mct'onk,
Stephen II. Phillip,
hamnol W. Torrey,
Charles O. Landon,
Alexander P. Irvlu,
T. DeWilt CnyUr,
William M. Bliss,
Samuel U. Goodrich.
JAMES W. ALEXANDER, Vice Pres't.
SAMUEL BORROWE, 2d Vice rres't.
E. W. Lambert, M. D., Edw'd Curtis, M. D.
E. W. Scott, Buperintcndent of Agencies.
North Western Department.
108 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
W. N. CKAINE, General Manager.
E. A. BURNETT. Agent,
gT. LOUIS, I. M. fe SO. RY.
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TOAINS LEATB CAIRO,
Arkansas and Texas Express. .. ..12 ;05 p.m. Dally
ABIUVI AT CAIRO,
Kipress..... 3:55a.m. Dally
Accommodutlon :)o.m. Dally
Ticket office: So. 55 Ohio Levee.
H. U.MILBDEN. Auent.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis anil Chicago.
Tho Only Line Running
Making Direct Connection
Trains Lkavi Caiko:
3:1 & a m. Mail,
Arriving In St. Louis 9:45 a.m.: Chicago, 8:n p.m.;
Connecting at Odin and Kmngham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis and points East.
llllO a.m. St. Themis ami "Western
Arriving In St. Louis 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for all points West.
4:U p.m. Fast Kxpresm.
nrSt. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:30 a.m.
4:yo p.m. Cincinnati Kxprees.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louiavllle 7:30
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:00 a.m. Passengers by
this train reach the above points 1U to 30
UO L' KS In advance of any other route.
1-The4:30 p. m. express has PULLMAN
SLEEPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to St. l.ouls and
Fust Time East.
P.tauoviimvu by this Hue go through to Fast
XdhSL'UHtJlH cm points without any delay
caused by Sunday intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives in new York Monday
morn tup at 10:35. Thirty-six hours in advancoof
any other ronto.
tWFor through tickets and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot. Cairo.
J Ao. JOHNSON, J. D. JONES,
Gun. Southern Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. n. HANSON, Gen. Pass. Agent. Chicago.
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. nALLIDAY, President.
H. L. HALLIDAY, VIoe-Presldeni.
THOS. W. HALLIDAY, Cashier.
S.STAATSTAnXIR, W. F. HALLIDAY,
BiMBrL.BAU.tnAr, n. h. ouwkinohax,
. i. anujAMson, btsphin bihd,
Excliabfre, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Deposits received and a general banking buslnssi
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 9,
J)R. E. W. WniTLOCK,
Ornci No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth end Ninth Street
J)U. W. C. JOCELYN, " "
OFFICE Elchth Street, near Com erchal Avenue.
KILL AND COMMISSION.
DIALS HS IH
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Hiehest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIER & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street 1
Commercial Avenue f
THE IOK KI2STGK
Ready now, to furnish ani) deliver ICE -in any
quantity both '.r aoleeale and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I respectfully soltcit the patronage of all my old
friends and as many new ones, and guarantee them
sausiaction. jalub maa.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
THE CONTRAST !
While other lfhking Powders
are largely adulterated with
Alum ami other hurtful drugs,
has been kept unchanged in all
its original purity and strength.
The best evidence of its safety
and effectiveness is the fact of its
h aving received the highest testi
monials from the most, eminent
chemists in the United States,
who have analyzed it, from its
introduction to the present time.
There are no powders that bear
higher rhemieal test, nor any
that show so good results bg the
TEST OF THE OVEN.
It Is ft pure Fruit Acid Baking
Powder, Made by
STEELE ft PRICE,
Cfiicago, iu., and St. Louis, Jfo.,
UMufkoturwravof Lupnlim Taut
Owns, Dr. PrW. SpwciVl FiTorimg
Extrota, ui Dr. PiWn Uaiq
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
OHICA00, GRAIN AND PORK.
ClIICAOO, July 8, 10 A. M.
Pork-August, 17 00; September,
Wheat-August, 1 101 105 ep
Corn August, 45c; September, 46),'c.
Oats August, '28'c; September, 27Jc.
Chicago, July 8, 12 m.
Pork August, 1 17 10; September,
Wheat -August, fl 10? ; September,
$1 09, ,
Corn August, 4CJ.c; September, 4Cc.
Oats August, 28c.
Chicago, July 8, 1 p. m.
Pork-July, f 17 00, b; August, f 17 00 b;
September $17 05, b.
Wheat July, $1 08, nominal ; August,
$1 10K: BcptcD.ber, $1 091 00.
Corn-jfoijiv CtfSdflJ.t'c; August, 40c;
Oats August, 28J4 c; September, 27c.
Caiuo. 111., July 5th, 188
Present His Hon. Mayor Thistlewood
and Aldermen Blake, Halliday, Iluzltes,
Kimbrough, Pettit, Saup and Wood 7.
Absent Hinkle, Patier and Swoboda 3.
On motion of Alderman Saup, minutes
of the last regular and intervening meet
ings were approved without reading.
Ordinance to prevent jumping on engines
and cars in motion, laid over under the
rules at last meeting, was read at length
the second time.
Alderman Saup moved to adopt ordi
nance a8 read. Motion carried by the fol
lowing vote :
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hughes, Kim
brough, Pettit, Saup and Wood 7.
REPORT OK OFFICERS.
D. J. Foley, city comptroller, to whom
was referred report of Thomas J. Kerth,
city treasurer, for month of May, 1881, re
ported having examined and found same
On motion of Alderman Halliday re
ceived and filed.
Thos. J. Kerth, city treasurer, submitted
report for month of June for approval.
On motion of Alderman Wake, report
received and refer rod tu city- coinptrwlivr
L. II. Myers, city marshal, submitted re
port fer whole of police force, showing
number of arrests made and under what or
dinances in month ot June.
On motion of Alderman Saup, received
Traber Arter, street supervisor, reported
names of tho following person having paid
$1.50 street tax, either by cash or labor, in
month of Jure:
Charles Young, Henry Wrups, A L
Keiffer, Mr Shepherd, L B Church, Calvin
Spratt, Dan Lee, A O Lorings, J Bettinger,
Albert Anderson, Daa Gatbun, Monroo
Rtneheart, V E'lwardson, Tohn McAuliff,
Chas Riley, Al I) Baun, W Juckwm, Jim
Johnson, Chas Scotield, Ed Taylor, John
Stewart, James Morris, W J Bird, Jim
Stewart, Nace Lee, A J Alden, Louis
HcrbctEd Jenkins, Henry Watson,William
Harris, Roger Ong, Frank Ilcrbit, Nick
Cantwell, Wm Smith, John Breen, Currard
Redman, Thomas King, O Henderson,
Henry Wisdom, R M Finney, Frank Z tch
ena, II Lovlace.I uis Hoss.Henry Wagoner,
Andrew Jackson, Henry Jones, Frank
Madison, Thos Johnson, Jack Parker, J
Howard, Fred Teithman, Westley Thonms,
Clem Jacob, Wm Odon, Mike Lynch, Win
Nott, Henry Small, Wm White, Mart Stew
art, Wm Fitzgerald, Dave Grilfiu, J M
Stephens, Wm Douthit, Nick Wcis, R Bidd,
Nuto Johnson, (Jus Jones, Leo Konncar,
Tom Slop, Wm Kenney, Goo Ellis, L S
Thomas, A Lollin, Fred Loflin, Geo Tor
reuce, A J Lipspoon, Ed Colemen, W War
ner, Nclaon White, Chas Jacobs, Charles
Henderson, C Williamson, Frank C'asoidy,
J Ramville, Geo Botiigess, Wm Talbot,
Wm -Ilillard, J Icetibiower, John English,
A J Stone, Wm Nicholson, Geo Harper,
Thomas Martin, Lawson Baker, Minor
Cason, E Lowery, Wado Himpton,
Wm Hogan, Wm Batty, Jack C'hoater, J B
Deoring, M D Bullet, Wm Murphy, M
Bates, S P Parker, Chas Bowers, Joo Win
ger, C T Rudd, Mr Bona, George Woodson,
Charles Thomas, Louis Lohr, Arrion Brown,
Harry Hughes, A Anderson, Ed Williams,
Walt Spear, Wm Rice, John Balfrey, Ma
diHon Smith, L. Laurent, Wm Bird, Louis
Lcm, Geo Hess, Tom .Graves, W A Boyd.
John Fergerson, W A Foryth. James Say
dge, John Collins, Sol Pettis, Henry Dicks,
Polk Cage, Levy Thompson, Wado Hardio,
H rarnull, D F King, II A Cushman, Wra
Deionia, Tom Oazola, II GtMtdyear,' Wm
Ray, J W Hatcher, A Davidson, Wm
Madison, 11 Sampson, Sam Wilson, II C
Dopcw, Mr Ort, It Marnell, Jos Wright,
Geo Baxter, Peter Champion, Frank John-
eon, H Spates, E H Lorbace, John Pierson,
Cato Stephens, II TGcrouId, Joe Hughes,
J Penny, Scott Thompson, Steve Hunter,
John Moore, Geo Scott, Buck Kerth, Clark
Waits, Rich Ilillard, Al Griflin, 0 E Grif
fin, Louis Goodin, J W Kennedy, Louis
Koehlcr, 8 B Penn.II Franklin, Lee Smith,
Wm Redburn, Geo 8 Fuller, II Hallencrg,
M Wright, John Bowers, Jas Whitlock,
Grew Aggaw, F Egan, Frank Ragoner,
Ed Lancaster, John BeJford, h J McCoy,
Alleu Thomas, John Fry, Ag Royse, E W
Caswell, S B Bennett, Tom Clark, James
Swank, Joo Henry, Chas Uole, Clem
Young, Wm Johnson, D Burton.
Am't paid in labor $27 00
Am't received in cash 271 50
Com'siim on $271.50 20, $54.30
il " 117.00 lab'd 20, 5.40-57 70
Alderman Wood moved to refer to city
comptroller tor verification. Motion car
ried. - ,
(Aldernmu Swoboda appeared iu
Reports of A. Coming, P. M.; J. II. Bob-
inson, J. T., and O. A. Osborn, J. P., were
submitted and read.
On motion of Alderman Pettit, referred
to city attorney for verification.
John Cain, city jailer, submitted report,
showing number of days prisoners having
served during month of June. '
On motion of Alderman Saup, received
REPORT OK COMMITTERS.
Ordinance committee reported back or
dinance repealing Ordinance No. 43, provid
ing for the construction and elennsiug of
privy vaults, referred to them July 1st,
recommending the adoption of ordinance
Alderman Blake moved to receive report,
and the ordinance be amended as recom
mended. Motion carried.
Ordinance as amended read second time,
An orliiuncn r-pruliii ordinate.- Nn. 4a, r.iul
provplinu' fur t e const r ictiou andileanmng of
He it orda ti'd by tho City Council of thccliy of
Ssctkin I. Thut ordinance No. it, entitled an
ordinance toprnvlde for a clmugoln tlei privy sys
tem, approved April Hi, A. D. l'fO. he and the
eume is hereby repealed.
8Emos 2. Jvach anfl every tenement wiiinu me
city, used as a dwelling house and each aud every
store, warehouse, ebop, factory, manufacturing
estlilihmeut, depot, i.r other build'iig used or oc
cupied by person, for the transaction of anr busi
ness or oic.ipailiin, snuu lie iiiniihiu-ii wmi
a sultnhle privy, Hio vault ol which shall be
sunkiutotliu ground to the depth of at least eight
fret, shall lio al lea.t threo feet rii Inches
lu tlianiB-er on (he iuslde, and shall be well
curbed from hoi Him to top wilh brick,
and el. all 1u so constructed that tho
in.ido of thu same shall bo at least two feet
(ilntant from the line of every adjoining lot.
and also the amo distance from every street
oravenuo. Kvery owner or aireut, or occupant
when tho owner i annul no round owning or con
trolling any hunninit u.oa as a dwelling, sioro,
fot the trirct!o of any tinnlnmt. jr It r,
who eliaii neizlect or refuse, after Irn davs untied
Irom the city marshal, health oMirer-or any police
constable-, to provide a orlvy and v.-inlt in armrd
anee with this section, shall forfeit and .ny for the
nso of the city a sum not less than rivn nor mora
than twenty-live dollars for each and every day
such privy and vault shall remain unprovided.
Hkction :1. Whenever therltv Marshal, health
officer or any police constable shall be of the opin
ion that any privv vault is miiUncerlne or likely to
endanger the health or tiuromeolVenslva to persons
living tu the ncii'lilMirhood. he shall forthwith no
tify tho owner. aent or occupant of thu lots or
promises noon vrh'e'i b " 1 1 Is located, that he
or they must, wllluii tttoilujH, cause the said vault
to be thoroughly cleansed or disinfected or both ;
and every person offending against the proviolons
of this section shall forfait and pay fur the use of
the city a sum not less than Ave nor more than
fifteen dollars for each and every dy such privy
vault shall remain uuclxartsed; provided that If the
owner. agent or occupant, o. any premises upon
which siii h vault may ho located, cannot, bo found
or shall n-fiisn ornoglect toclennso and d sinfect
it within live days Irom the serving ot tho notlcejlo
do so. it shall he and here bv is declared to he Tmh
lie nuisance, and lumrd of heallh or either of said
nfflcerK are aullioii.ed to abate tho same and the
niFt and expense ot such abatement in addition to
the flue and penalty heretofore provided, shall be
collected bv suit or olhersrise of tho person or
persons guilty of permitting the nul'nnco.
Sm-riox 4 It shall not bo lawful for any person
or persons to vacate or fill up any privy vault, sink
or pit without 11 mt having It cl"nsed and tho con
tent carted beyond the city limits, or to some
nlaceto be designated by tho city marshal or
health oflicur; nor shall It he lawful for any person
or vorsons who may now or shall hereafter havo
any privy vault constructed In accordance with sec
tion two of this ordinance, to dig or construct any
oilier privy vault upon tho same lot or promises,
and each and overy person offending against tho
provisions of this section shall forfeit aud pay for
the nee of the city a sum not less than ten nor more
tunu two hundred dollars.
Alderman Saup moved to adopt ordi
nance as read. Motion earned by the fol
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hughes, Kim
brough, Pettit, Saup, Swoboda and Wood
Ordinance committee reported tho fol
lowing ordinauco recommending adoption
Ordinance read first time as follows, and
laid over under tho rules:
ORDINANCE NO. -.
An ordinance providing for tho vhc ttlun of part of
a certain street aud highway established
tion & or oruiuancu no id.
lie It ordained by thu City Council of tho city
SkitionI. That all thnt part of a public street
and highway of the city of Cairo set apart and de
clared as such, by section !i of ordinance No. IS,
enacted by the city council of said city, approved
April 1st, 1H7H, lying hetweon Thirty-fourth and
Thirty-sixth streets in sid city, ho and the same Is
hereby vacated and declared to be no longer a pub
lic street and, hlphway and ths lots and tracts
of laud immediately adjoining said por
tion of said street anil hluhway on
either .Ida thereof shall not extend to the con
trol line of snld vacated part of snld street or be
yond thnlr present respective boundaries, hut
tho una on wnicn ino imruon oi sum
street hereby vacated is located shall bo de
voted ' ) tho use declared lu tho second section of
HKCTioNg. That said portion ol until street so
vscatvd, together with the strip of land flffly fot
wido, also tho property of tho city, lying along the
westerlvaidoof and between said vacatnd portion
or said street and block eight (SI In the Fifth addi
tion to the city of Cairo, bo sold to ths owners of
tholes adliiliiing aud abnUIng on satd property
and ssid vacated portion of street, at such P'lco
and on sucu terms as mo council snail uorearuir,
by resolution, determine and order ,
Finauca committee reported bar
ing received from Thos. J. Kerth, city
treasurer, thirty two hundred and forty
nino 43-100 dollars ($3,140 49jia cancelled
NEW SERIES NO. 303
genoral city general orders and thirty-sis ' ,
dollars ($30 00; in cancelled coupons from
new installment bonds, all ot which they
have destroyed by burning same.
On motion ot Alderman Wood report :
received and filed.
Finance committee reported back ordi
nouce providing for appropriations, etcM
referred to them June 7tb, with accompa
nying substitute, recommending tho adop
tion of substitute.
Substitute for ordinance read a first
time as follows :
AXNUAL APPROPRIATION ILL.
An ordinance providing for the annual appropria
tion, for the fiscal year, ending April 30th, lSSj,
and directing that certain unexpended balances
be charged hack and covered lcto the treasury:
He It ordained by the clly council of the city of
HkctiokI. That so lunch of the amounts ap
propriated lu an ordinance provlUl g for the an
nua, appropriations for the frucal year, undiug
April :uith. 1-Hl,a remained unexpended May 1st.
INhl, be and Ihusame are hereby charged b&rk and.
covewd Into the treasury to be again approprlut
EorioN2. Thalfoi the purpose of decaying the
necesoary expense, and costs of Improvements of
theclty for the flncnl year, beginning May 1st. 1HS1.
and ending April :oih. IfXi. aud for paying certain
liabilities already incurred, the following sums
(Including amounts directed to be charged back
lu suction one of this ordinance) or so much there
of as may he required, he and they are hereby ap
propriated to the following purpoHca, viz:
riRST-PKOM TUB GUNKKAL ryl(it.
I. To pay .aUriea of the regular cilv officers and
police force. BI0..WO.
a. To pay cost ol reiinlrlnir and portions of as-
se.aineul. sgaln.t the city for constructing aud ro
couitructii)g aidewalks, .V0no.
'i. To nay cost ol lllliiiirand imnravlnirths street
of the city nud portiona of any assessment against
me cuy lor Buy sncn iiurovKinenr( iit.uxi.
4. To nay e.osl of drainage ner.eseary to be dono
within ilio city, iiicludiiig cost of drainagu pipe,
5. 1 o ilcfruy the expeunea of the fire department ,
including $Vio donated to the author Are -company
nun bi' v ;ny lur new note lor saiu lire
B. To defray the expenses of the board of health
In carrying Into eftVet the ordinances relating to
the public h8lth, l,roo.
7. To pay exoenses of the city clerk's ftlce and
coiibcH chamber, iS.
S. To pay expenses of annual city elcotion. $100.
9 To oav coet of dieilnir prisoners In city Jail
and expenses of the Jail, l,5O0
III. To pay cost ot city printing, JJlio.
11. Topay coupo ie for Interest from new
bonds of the city dated July 1st, ibTK
and i.snnd pursuant to an election
held June 7, 1S7H, provided said Interest shall only
ho i-aid after th said new l nils are delivered in N
exehsnge for old bonds, as provldut In ordinance
no. v. ii. J i aim also any sum rrraaininer unex
pended from previous appropriations lor said pur
;. in pay torgis rninn nea sireet lamps, g:i,ouu.
:t To purcliHHH property and pay for erecting
clly bnHdin-M. (5, ISO.
M. To provido for contingent expeuses, $J,0.iP.
Tot.il from General Fund, JiiO.ow).
fHilN RAII IIOAU HTIIIPPrNI).
For improving Railroad ut. between St. Charles
street and Fourteenth street, tho balance now In
said mnd In theclty treasury together with any
money Unit mav come into said fund from sale of
portions of rml road strip between snld streets.
Alderman Pettit moved to receive the re
port of tho committee, motion carried.
Finance committee, to whom was
referred on June 7th, petition of
Cairo opera bouse company, and reso
lution relating to same, reported same
back, recommending the prayer of petition
ers be granted and adoption of the resolu-,
tion. Alderman Halliday moved that the
f the committee be received and
( rranliimn Art. iritrt.f .
moved - to amend the
resolution 1y striking out tho word "ten''
and int'Citing tho word "two." Amendment
Original motion put and carried.
Clerk reads petition ot John E. English,
chairman of military organization, asking
that they be granted permission to use of
the council chamber for a few evenings to
Alderman Halliday moved to grant pray
er of petitioner. Motion carried.
Clerk read petition of John E. English,
asking permission to erect a frame build- '
ing, one story, to be used aa a carpenter
shop on south side ot Sixth street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
On motion of Alderman Blake, reterred
to committee on police, jail and fire de
partment. Petition of George Fisher, attorney tor
tho Philadelphia Trust Safe Deposit and
Insurance Co., representing to be the equita
ble owner ot lots one and two, in block
two, and lots four and five, in block five, In
the city of Cairo, together with other lots,
and asking that the said company be per
mitted to purchase tho lots one and two,
in block two, and tour and five, in block
five, in railroad addition, and abutting on
lots above-mentioned, and that city council
will authorize the execution of a deed for
same to Theo. D Rand on his paying tho
appraised prico for tho same.
Alderman Hughes moved that the por
tion be referred to finance committee.
CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
Salary bill of city officers for month of
June was read us follows, viz:
N. B. Thistlewood, mayor ..$83 83
D. J. Foley, city clerk 75 00
Thos. J. Kerth, treasurer 50 00
L. II. Meyers, marshal 75 00
Wm.'B. Gilbert, corporation counsel. 01 C7
W. E. Hendricks, city attorney 20 83
A. Comings, police magistrate. . . . ; . 23 00
John P. Hoiran, police constable.,. CO 00
Geo. E. Olmsted,
J.B. Phillis, health officer
Motion of Alderman Pettit, salary bill as
read was allowed by the following vote:.
Avon-Blake. Halliday, nr.ghes, Kim
brough, Pottit, Saup, Swoboda and .Wood
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