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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1881.
The leading Kilentlst of to.oay au'ree Hint most
diseases are caused by disordered Kidney or Liv.
er. If, tueie.fore.the Kidneys and Liver are keptiu
perfect order, porfuet health will he the result.
Thla truth liu ouljr been known a short time and
for yeara people .(T.ir.id groat agony wlibout tm
Ingeble to 11 ud relief. The discovery of Warr'
Bate Kidney and Llvi-r Cure marks a hew era In
the treatment of these troubles. Made from a
Imple tropical leaf of rare value, it contain Just
the element necessary to nourish and invigorate
botb of lhs great org ma, and safely restore and
keep them In order. It la a FoHITI VK REMEDY
for all I lie, diseases that cause' paina In the lower
Pari of ih body lor ToruH Liver-lleadaehea
Jaundice - Ittx :-.liio jravl Hover. Agjia Mal
Jlal Keve, and all dillicultiea of the Kidneys, Liver
and Crluary Orgaus.
It lan excellent and safe remedy for female dur
ing Pregnancy. It will control Menstruation and
la invaluable for Le corrho-a or lalling of the
Aa a Blood Furlfler it t nnetialed, for It cures
Uio organs that make the blood.
HEAD THK RECORD.
"It saved my life "-K. U. Lslrely, 8elma, AU
"It ti the remedy that will cn u the many dis
ease jircultar to w .men." Mi ;her Magaaine.
''It ha paused aevere U"t and won endorse
menu from some of the hielicst medical talent in
the country." New York World.
"No remedy heretofore discovered can be held
for one moment in comparison with it ."- Itev. C.
A. Harvey, I) J , Washington, J), t.'.
Thla Remedy, which baa done ouch wonders, la
put tip in the LAR'iEST SIZED BOTTLKH of any
medicine opou the market, and is auld liv druggists
and all dealer at SI A per bottle. For Diabetes,
enquire for WAKMtK 8 AF DIABETES (.'IKE
It Is a POSITIVE Remedy.
II. II. WARNER i t O . Rochester. N. Y.
MRS. LYDIA E. PIMKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The Poitlv Cxm
For all Female Complaints.
This preparation, at It Bam atgnifM, eoaalfU ot
VeUMe Properties that are Wml-m tu th miMt del
icate Invalid. Cpoa one trial the nwriu of thla Com
aoend wtU be reoognlaM, a relluf I Immediate i and
wlten Kaowlacuotiawd, In ninety Dine rases la a baa.
dred,apennintruroleffertedUiflaaila will tes
tify. On account of It prorrn merit. It U to-tay f
eomowndMl and presertbrd by the bed phjiicin la
It wUl cure entirely the won farm nt fallmf
of the utsnu, lyumirtxra, lmruUr and painful
Meutrnation, ail Ovarian Trouble, IcIUmmation and
Ulceration, flooding, all Wiplacement and the coo
iuent spinal wukkne, and ia especially adapted to
the Chang or Life. It will duaolve and expel tumor
front the ntrnuln an early tair of develnpment. Tb
tendency to eancerou humor then la checked very
jlMwdily by It on.
In fact It ha proved In be tb treat.
at and beet remedy that baa erer been dleoot.r
d. It permeatii every portion of the aystem, and gire
aewUrea&1ritror. It remove faintoeae.lUrulenry, d
troy ail craving far Jtlniulanta, and relieve veakna
Of tb stomach
Reurce ninating, Rsadacnsa, K'rvooa Prist ration,
Oenaral DeWHy, Ssnplennosa, Depnwaion and lodi
taction. That feeling of bearing down, raualntr pain,
weight and backache, I alway permanently eared by
It use. It wlllataU times, and undrrall rlrmmatan
ose, act la harmony with tb law that govern th
For Kidney Complaint of ea-r set this compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound .
prepared at ZO and Vt VTeatern Arenoe. I.ynn, atasa.
ric1.00. Six bottle for IVOO. Bent by mail In th
form of pllla, aiao In the form of Loarngea, on receipt
of price, 1.00, per hex, for either, lira. PC a HAM
- freely answer a'l Utter of Inquiry. Send fur pam
phlet. Addreaaaa above itfntto (Ais pner.
No family should be without I.TDIA E. PINKBAM'
liVTO I'lIXS. Tbey cure Constipation, EUlouwea
t andTorpidltr of thelivr. tb cents irrlw.
KOlt SALE 1Y 11KIT.UISTS.
IUC1IAKDS0N & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholesale agenla for LYDIA E. HNKHAM'B
HANKY'S TKADK MANUAL.S.-I'alnter.Vlcla.
Carpenter. JO. Watchmaker, and Jeweler, UK
Itaker, SO. Cauilymaker, W. Taxirlermlel, .
Ulltler, Nl. Furniture and Cabinet Klnlsher, Ml,
Artlft, Soapmaker, ar. Ilornn shoes, li.'i.
Wood eiiLrver. st'i. Of Imoksellera or by innil.
JBKSK 1IAN BY A CO., 1111 Nassau etreet N. X.
To Nervous Nultemre Tlie lreat Eiirniir-iin Kcp.
rdr-l'r.J. H. Hlmpin'HiMTlllc Mfidlftn.
Dr. J. B. Hlmpson'i Speclfle Medicine-Is a posi
tive cure for Hpcrmatorrliea, Inipotency, Weakneai
and all dlseasea resulting from helf-Alniso, aa Ner
vous Debility. Irritability. Mental Anxiety, Languor,
i ..i.. f)..r..i,.n i.fsiilritaapd funrtioual do
r'aneemeuta of the Nervou Syatem generally I'alna
In Back or Bide, Lose of Memory, ITematjim lrl
Age and 0leaa i
that lead to t.'on
ty and an early
grave, or both.
No matter how
r-yatem may be
from excesses of
anv kind ahnrt
conrao of thla muilicino will restore li.u loei nino
tloni and procure health and happlnnsa, whiTO be
foro was despondency n Rl""" 1nw Npeclllc
MHcl n la being nted with wonderful auo
cess. I'amphletssentfroo toall. Write fur them and
pet lull particulars,
1'rlco, Hnorlac 1 .00 per parkagfl, or llx pack
a gel for t&.Oii. Will bo sent by mall on receipt ol
money. Address nil orders,
J. H. KIMPHON'H MKDIcrNK CO.,
Noi. lot and IU6 Vain St.. llnllalo, N. T.
IIAINTKH'H MANlIAle-Uousn and algn paint
. Ing, graining- varnishing, polishing, kalsoming
Ac, Fit) cm- Itcok of Alphabet, no. Hook of Fancy
Alphabet, W. Hlgn, Carriage, Car, Knwco, and
Decorative Painting, W. Japtneso ornamentation
I'J. blnndnrd Hlgn WrIUT, $i. Htandard Ncroll
Ilook, II. Hrrolls and Ornaments, ( Lotitlolphc) 11.
Of bookselVera or by mail. JKSHK HANKY A
t'O. Ill) Nassau si root, N. Y.
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Council Chamber, (
Cairo, 111., July 5th, 1881. f
(Continued from Saturday-! Daily!
M. Drincoll, 3 days labor on street at
1 35 $ 4 05
P. Culla-line, 20 game 27 33
J. Iligyins, Vd same 26 32
I). Foley, 20 same 27 00
Tim Hussian, 5'i same 7 42
O- Washington, 20 same 27 00
Chaa Wbecler, 16J same 21 93
X. Perry, 20 same 27 00
Wm. Carey, 20 same 27 00
M. Haulahan, 13 same 17 55
P. Masterson, 20 same 27 00
P. Culladine, 4 days on R. R. strip. 5 40
J. Hi'ins, 6 same 8 10
Dan Foley. 6 same . 8 10
(J. Washington, 6 same 8 10
Chas Wheeler, 6 same 8 10
John Moor, 5 same 6 75
X. Perry, 0 same 8 10
Win. Carey, 4 same 5 40
M. Ifaulahan, 4 same 5 40
P. MuhUTD, 6 same 8 10
J. Keating, 20 days on sidewalks. . . 35 10
Chas Dunkin, 26 same... 35 10
II. Dawson, 25 same 33 75
D. Tliistlewood, hailling car load
of brick 5 00
J. Ferguson, hauling 14 loads lum
ber at 35c 4 0
P. Waldcr, hauling 22 loads lumber
at 25c 5 50
Ferguson & Minard, reconstructing
sidewalks as per contract 444 CO
Dcvorc tt Lame, same 40
C. W. Henderson, nails and tools for
sidewalks 19 05
J. S. McUaliey, lumber for sidewalkslOJ 10
P. Fitz-ierald, 1 days with f"am
on street 4 12
I). Tliistlewootl, V. days, same 4 12
Anathony Sm'th, 15? J days, same. . 43 62
John Cain, 8 days with jail gangs.on
streets la 00
Tim Gorman, salary as street sUDt.. 60 00
Ferto & IktUnger, setting Vilfi
feet curbing at 11c 13 39
D. Thintlewood, baulin? curbing as
per contract 17 00
Jenkius & Co., filling streets as per
contract 231 06
C. F. Nellis, 179 2 3 yards gravel at
$1.25 224 57
J. Powers, repair on tools 18 20
Anthony Smith, day with team on
street 2 03
C. R. Woodward, two wheelbarrows.
R. F. Parker, painting guage pole. .
Arab Fire Co., quarterly allowance.
Round and Ready Fire Co., same. .
' 1 50
Hibernian Fire Co., same 60 00
Delta City Fire Co., same 60 00
Anchor Fire Co., month allowance. 20 00
J. Coleman, stationery for clerk's of
E. E. Ellis, printing and binding
scrip and register books iv
John Sproat.ice for clerk 'b office. .
R. II. Cunningham, rent of clerk's of
fice Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed in
Cairo Rulletin, 4 blank pads for
clerk's office 2
Cairo Bulletin, printing proceedings
etc s "
John Cain, dieting prisoners in jail
tiefoio and after trial 133 83
F. Vincent. 2 bbls. lime- for jail .... 215
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed in
Chas. Thrum), services a engineer
in lavinrr out railroad street. . . . 96 00
Cairo Bulletin, printing receipt book
for sale of lots on railroad addi
tion St. Mary's Infirmary, care and modi
cine of patients ,
Peter Champion, burying dead ani
mals Courtney & Champion, emptyin pri
Matt Price; 4 dayB labor for health
Bam Brown, removing garbage, as
per contract 51
F. Vincent, 1 barrel lime for health
Cairo city gas company, gas con
sumed lr street lamps .186
II. T. Goroukt, repairs on lamps and
Goldstino & Rosenwater, clothing
W, R. Gilbert, money advanced for
costs in cases vs. city.
Cairo City Gas Company, gas con
sumed in police headquarters. .
,T, II. Robinson, J. r., pcrcentogo on
O. A. Osborn.same
V. E. Hondrickg, same...
Pat Corcoran, balance due for labor
on now count; toad on contract! 60 82
John Kilgour balance due for iame.133 60
Wm. Tbrupp, 4 days assisting en
gineer Ewd Tbrupp, 1 same
Hobcrt Beard, 1 same
P. Fitzgerald, use of team one day.
M, Sheldon, salary aa janitor in
On motion of Alderman Halliday re
ferred to committee on claims.
resolutions and motions.
' Alderman Halliday moved that the vote
by which the motion of Alderman Blake,
concurring in recommendation of commit
tee on streets for purchase of rock was lost,
be reconsidered. Motion carried.
Alderman Blake moved that the recom
mendation of committee on streets on pur
chase of rock be laid on the table. Motion
Alderman Wood offered the following
Resolved, That the proper officers lie
and are hereby instructed to enter into con
tract for 150 yards of additional filling on
Fifteenth street between Cedar and Locust
providing said filling will not exceed the
price per cubic yard of the present contract.
Clerk read transcript of judgment in case
ot Jas. Summerwell vs. city for injuries
sustained by falling through sidewalk
amounting to $300 00.
Alderman Halliday moved that a war
rant be drawn on treasurer for payment of
judgment. Motion carried by the follow
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hughes, Kim
brough, Pettit, Saup, Swoboda and
State and city liquor bonds of the follow
ing named persons were read for approval :
Avinger & Tharp, Samuel Stewart, Chas.
Edicker and Mary Manning.
On motion of Alderman Blake approved.
Proposals for filling and grading railroad
street were submitted by the following
persons: A. B. Keyser & Lcith, Amount,
Smith, Boxley and Franklin.
On motion of Alderman Halliday, refer
red to committee on streets.
On motion of Alderman Saup, meeting
adjourned. D. J. Foley,
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure.
We know whereof we affirm when we
say that Warner's Safe Kidney Cure has
performed more wonderful cures than any
medicine ever brought before the .-merican
All in Well that Ends Well.
Orin Catlin, 49 Pesrl Street, Buflalo, N.
Y., says: "I tried various remedies tor the
piles but found no relief until I used
Thomas' Eclectric Oil, which entirely cured
me alter a few applications." P. G. Schuh,
FACTS THAT WE KNOW.
If you are suffering with a severe Cough,
Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection of the throat or lunsrs, we know
Dk. Kino's Nkw Discoveky will give you
immediate relief. We knew of hundreds
of cases it has completely cured, and that
where all other medicines had failed. No
other remedy can show one-half as many
permanent cures. Now to give you satis
factory proof that Dk. Kino's New Discov
eiiy will cure you of Asthma, Bronchitis,
Hay Fever, Consumption, severe Coughs
and Colds, Hoarsness, or any Throat t r
Lung disease, if you will call at Geo. L.
O'Hara's drug store.Cairo Ills., you can get
a trial bottle free of cost, or a regular sizo
bottle for$l .00 (2)
A Skillful Preparation
Composed of roots, barks, and plants, that
act in harmony, and are a pleasant and ef
fective medicine, constitute Burdock Blood
Bitters, of which highly commentary re
ports are being constantly received. Price
$1.00, trial size 10 cents.
Ravenna, Mercer Co., Mo., May, 1879:
We have used Fellows' Syrup of Hypo-
phosphites with gratifying results in our
practice, and recommend it to physicians
as a reliable preparation in ague and inter
mittent fever. It is the best thing we know
of. Signed, J. E. Callaway, M.D.
John L. Gripley, M. D.
It Heads the List.
Of all other preparations or medicines. In
cases of nausea, headache, dizziness or irre
gularities of the system, Burdock Blood
Bitters have no equal. They never tail in
affording immediate relief. Price $1.00,
trial size 10 cents.
"Pour on Oil."
L. P. Follctt, Marion, O., states that he
has used Thomas' Eclectric Oil for burns,
and has found nothing to equal it in sooth
ing the pain and giving relief. Paul G.
A Liberal Offer.
- Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave, & Jackson
8t Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts,
Bunds, etc., for the cure ot Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial liefore purchasing. These Elec
tric Devices are the invention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimed to be the only Electric Devices or
Appliances for the cure of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. Seo their advertisement in this
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness and Bick-headache are
cured by "Sellers' Liver Pills." Price 25
Mrs. Wallace, Buffalo, N. Y. writes : "I
NtmWW Ulnnrf nittara for tierv-
nn. .i l.n:.,..- t,...liw,l. mnH hftVH H'C-f
vsil Sllll UIII1JUO If uauailll.n, wm., - ' -
ommendod them to my friends; I believo
them suporlor to any other medicine I have
used, and can , recommend them to anyone
requiring a euro for biliousness." Price
$1.00, trial size 10 cents.
Cancer. No Knifa. No Pain. No Sick
ness, i No Fearful Treatments. . Treatiso
free. Oo or wnd to Dr. Kline, 031 Arch
Witchcraft in England.
A witch was all that was abominable,
and to lie held incite strongest loathing;
yet few had the wisdom or the courage
to contradict the possibiliiy of ber ex
ercising the arts she pretended to. The
judge, as he passed sentence upon the
condemned woman, trembled lest her
fell gaze should bring upon him and
his household sorrow or death. The
yelling crowd, as it half stripped her to
undergo the water ordeal, shuddered as
it saw upon her exposed bosom the
marks, which, it was supposed, proved
that she allowed her 'familiar" to draw
upou her life's blood. Tho villagers,
who went miles out of their way to avoid
her haunts, never for one moment be
lieved that the object of their fear was
powerless to work them evil, and was
either a half-mud woman, the victim of
a hideous delusion, or else the actress
of a knaviah pact to suit her own vile
ends. To all the old crone, with hpr
tall hat, ciutcb' stick, and black cut
nestling on her shoulder, was one who
had dealings with .Satan, and who,
through the might of Satanic aitLcould
scatter the seeds of misery broadcast
wherever she listed. She had sold her
self, body and soul, to hell, and until
death claimed her, her power to effect
evil, it was ulleged, was unlimited.
The great man is he who rises superi
or to the prejudices of his age; but be
fore the end of the seventeenth century
with the exception of Rodin, Erastus,
Reginald Scot, John Wugstafi'c, and Dr.
Webster there were none who had the
boldness or the knowledge to brand
witchcraft as a base and palpable su
perstition. We find Lord Bacon grave
ly prescribing "henbane, bemloek.man
urake, tnoouhade, tobacco, opium, and
other sopoiiforous medicines," as the
best ingredient for a witch's ointment.
From the page3 of his "History of the
World,", we see that the gifted and
practical Sir V.' alter Raleigh was a him
believer iu this childish form of super
stition. The learned Selden, in his
'Table Talk." while pleasantly dis
coursing on the subject of witches,
ahows that he also held the same faith.
Sir Tlioma Browne, the kindliest of
physicians; Sir Matthew Hale, one of
the most acute and spotless of judges;
Hobbest, the skeptic; "the eminent Dr.
More, of Cambridge," and .tlio patient
and thoughtful Boyle, all were of opiu
ion that witchcraft was au evil capable
of solid proof, and that its disciples
merited sharp and swift punishment.
He must bo a brute indeed who can
bring tears to a woman's eyes. His
heart must be of stone to enjoy tho spec
tacle of a woman bathed in a Hood ot
wild emotion, with the convulsive sobs
shaking her little form, while grief, like
a tornado. tm.M he About like a paper
co'.'ur box on the bosom of the boiliug
Few men have the hardihood to look
a grief-stricken woman in the face whilo
her nose swells up, angry and iritatcd.
in the distance. Few men are so lost
to all the better feelings of our nature
as to do an act which will thaw out the
frizzes and flood the features of tho
woman he loves.
This is one reason why many men are
kind to their wives, who would other
wise be cruel and heartless. They do
not like to see.the wife of their bosom
looking as though she bad erysipelas in
It isn't the grief of wives that is kill
ing oil" our hbands. It is the terrible
shock to their aesthetic taste. No hus
band can bear to view tho howliug
waste after the washout has subsided
and the bridge is repaired.
Then, fellow men, on our journey to
the tomb, let us resolve that wo will not
do or say anything that will bring the
hectic flush to the nose of her to whom
we have vowed lite-long fidelity. Let
us, aa far as possible, stuvo off tho
storm, and if tears must be shed let us
shed them ourselves. Most of us are
so ding biixtcd homely that it don't
make any difference whether we color
our i.ose cherry red or sage green.
Then again if we weep pretty pro
miscuously and keep our nose middling
red, perhaps we can fool the temper
anco people and thus regain some of
tho respect that we have lost Bill
Jfye, Laramie Jloomciuinij.
"You are feeling much better, ma
dame, than you did when 1 saw you
last," said tho physician, gontly press
ing his fingers upon the patient's left
wrist. "Oil, much better, doctor, thank
you. Jusl after you lett little Johnnie
upset the table and eniashed all the
medicine boltlcs." Brooklyn Courier.
There are two kinds of Chinese beds,
and botb are nrrauged for a complete
shutting in by means of hanging cur
tains and tapestry. The expensive kind
is like a sort of cage, having a flat
wooden roof, just tho size of the bed
, proper, supported at a height of about
eight feet from the floor on four corner
. posts and '.wo intermediate ones. Then
there is a sort of frieze or entablature
work running around horizontally,
above and below, so that when you are
in bed you are safely penned in a sort ol
cage, and cannot possibly tumble out
The carving on these beds Is sometimes
very rich, and they cost much; but the
oiJinary and cheaper kind is made of
two frames of wood shaped something
like the skeleton of an old-fashioned
"settle," which are stood up on the
floor, facing each other. A mattress is
placed ou the projecting rai ts of these
frames, and a couple of slight sticks
across the top; then curtains and bang-
' ings shut all in, and mako it look aa
. pretty as tho taste and money of the
owner are able. Inside, there is a cots
ton quilt, laid on the mattress frame.
The occupant of the bed lies on this,
having a littlo roll of stuff lor the head,
and for a covering & very thick cotton
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Worth Its Weight m Gold.
C u r e S
EHEUMATISM, COUGHS AND
IIEUMAT1SM, COUGHS AND
HEUMATISH. COUGHS AND
Sold by all Druggists. PKICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Go to PAUL O. SCHUH, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
Dyes. For brightness and durability of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
pounds, price 15 centa.
Used and approved by the leading
CIANS of ETO0PE and AMERICA.
The moat Valuable
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II I M il ML :T., , J
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CATARRH, HEXORKHOISS, Etc. Also for
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Try them. 25 and 60 cent lizei
UAD MED A I. AT THE PHILADELPHIA EXPOSITION.
8ILVEB MEDAL AT THfc PAJU8
There are said to be 15.000 dentisU
in the United .States.
Clanged Tor .
A gilded youth who has met with mis
fortunes enters a fourth-class restaurant
a sort of Parisian What Cheer House,
as it werp. there encounters a
waiter whom be had formerly seen in
the luxurious establishments which ho
'What!" says the waiter, "do you
dine here, sir?
"Well," returns the other, gloomily,
"you wait liere," don't you?" " ""
' "It is true, sir." replies the waiter,
with conscious dignity, "but I do not
Wm. T. Filley, of Pittsfiuld, Mass., At
torney at Law and Asst. Judge Police
Court, and late County Commissioner, says
that he was restored to perfect health and
activity by the use of St. Jacobs Oil. He
had suffered with rheumatism for years in
tensely ; but by the recent use of the remedy
he was, as stated, completely cured.
Boils, pimples on the face, salt Rheum,
old sores, and all cutaneous eruptions dis
appear like magic when Dr. Lindsey's
Blood Searcher is used.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 0b! Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
ItEI'ORT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL, BANK
at Cairo, lu the State ol Illinois, at the close of
June 30th, 1881,
Loan ami diecouuts....
U. 8. bonds to sucuro circuln-
IT. 8. bond no band
Other stuck, houde and mort-
Duo rroui approved rvavrve
amenta $115,8(15 i!7
Puti from oilier national bunks 'il.li'i' l
Duo from Stat banks and
banker 18,99 10-1S8,9 81
Ileal estate, rur nil ure and flJ-
1 11 res
Check and oilier cash items,.! 2.IM4 rit
Hill of other Banks 14,7!tt 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickeltaad pcuuiea 182 88
Sliver 7,'0 00-24, IW2 00
Lemil Tender notea !fll,(JU),0O -60,811 49
Redemption fund with V. H.
Treasurer, (S per cent, of cir
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bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
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Titos. W. 1UU.IPAY, ctanier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me thla 6th da
Of July, 1881. M.J.Howlit,
R. H, CuHKntoiua, i
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EXPOSITION. COLGATE 4 C0..H.Y.
OUDINANC NO. 68.
An ordinance r-pralinif oidinance No. 42. nod
providing for the construction and cleansing of
Be it ordain d by the City Council of the city cf
Hrltion 1. That ordinance No. 42, entitled an
ordinance to pravtdc for a change In the privy sys
tem, approved April 10, A. D. Ids), be and the
same is hereby repealed.
Section 2. Each and every tenement within the
city, naed aa a dwelling house and each and every
atore. warenouae, mop, iramj, iumuuiciunuK
eslaliHrbment, depot it other bnlld'ni; nsed or oc
cupied by pureons for the transaction of any busi
ness or occupation, shall be furnished with
a anitahle privy, the vault ol which shall bo
sunk into the ground to the depth of at least eight
feet, shall be at least throe feet elz tncliea
la diameter on the inside, and shall be well
curbed from bottom to top with brick,
and aball bo ao constructed that the
Inside of the same ahall bo at least two feet
distant from the line of every adjoining lot,
and also the same distance from every street
or avenue, h'very owner or ageut, or occupant
when the owner cannot be found owning or con
trolling any building nsed s a dwelling, store,
warehouse, shop, factory, manufacturing estab
lishment, depot r other building used or occupied
for the transaction of any business or vocation.
who shail neglect or refu-e, after ten daya notice
Iron) the city marshal, health officer or any police
constable, to providu a privy and vault in accord
ance with this section, shall forfeit and pay for the
use of the city a enm not less than Ave nor more
than twenty-live dollars for each aod everyday
inch privy and vanlt shall remain unprovided.
officer or any police constable shall be of the opin
HK(Ti"N :i. wnenuver tne city naranai, ueaitn
ion mat anv privy vanit is endangering or uaeiy to
endanger the health or become offensive to persona
living in the neighborhood, he shall forthwith no
tify the owner, agent or ocenpant of the lota or
premises upon which such vault Is located, that he
or they must, within two daya, cause the eaid vault
to be thoroughly cleansed or disinfected or botb ;
and every person offending against the provision
of this section shall forfeit and pay for the ose of
tne city a sum not less than ave nor more tnan
oneen dollars for each and every nay sucn privy
vault shall remain uucleansed; provided that if the
or nr, agent or occupant of any premises npon
which such vault may he locatod, cannot be found
or shall refuse or neglect to cleanse and d'slnfect
it within rive days from the serving ol the noticejto
do so, it shall be and hereby Is declared to be a pub
lic nnisance.and the board of health or either of said
officers are autbo Izcd to abate the same and the
cost and exponas of snch abatement in addition to
the fine and penalty heretofore provided, shall be
collected bv suit or otherwise of the person or
portions guilty of permitting the nuisance.
hKmoN 4 It shall not be lawful for any person
or persons to vacate or nil np any privy vanlt, sink
or pit without first having it cleansed and the con
tents carted beyond the city limits, or to some
place to be designated by the city marshal or
health officer; nor ahall It he lawful for any person
or neraona who may now or aball hereafter have
any privy vanlt constructed In accordance with sec
tion two of this ordinance, to dig or construct any
otherprlvy vault upon the amulot or premise,
and each and every person otTendlog against the
provisions of tb's secUon shall forfeit and pay for
the use of the city a sum not less than tun nor more
than two hundred dollars.
Approved July , A D. 11.
N. B THISTI EWOOD, Mayor.
Amrr: D. J. FOLKY, City Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. 67.
An ordinaire to prevent Jumping on cnglms or
cars in motion. .
Be it ordaited by tho Ci'v Council of the city of
baiTioN 1 No person shall climb, Jump or step
upon ny locomotive, engine or ear when the same
is in motion upon any part of the track or any
railroad within the city limits of the city of Cairo.
nkxtion 2. w nen any person snau nave anowi
?dg of any violation of tho preceding section,
such person shall, without unnecessary delay, make
complaint of such offence against the offender be
fore the police magistrate of the city or some Jus-
tire of tho peace.
hrc-noN 3. The general station agent at the city
of Cairo of each railroad corporation operating a
railroad within the city of t'atro, shall without un
necessary delay cause printed copies of this ordi
nance to be kept posted in conspicuous niacoa at
their stations within the city limit.
HirioN4. Anv porson who shall violato any of
the provisions of this ordinance shall forfeit and
and pay to the city a sum not to ovce-id two hun
dred dollars for each and every offence.
Approved July S, A. u , iwi,
N . B. TH ISTLKWOOD. Mavor.
Attibt :-D. J . FOLKY, City Clerk,
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