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JOHN SPROAT, ,
PROPRIETOR OF BPKOAT'8 PATENT
Refrigerator 4 Oars,
Wholesale Dealer in loe.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON,WELl
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
' : CAinO. ILLINOIS.
HILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
HlgheBt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
OFFICIAL DIBKCTOBY, .
Mayor N. B. Thlstlewood.
Treasurer T J.Korth.
Clerk Dennis. J, Polo.
Counselor--Wm. B. Gilbert.
, Marshal ).. H. Meyers,
Attorney William Hendrlcka.
. . BOARD OF ALDHUHH.
first WardPeter San p. T. M. Klmbrough.
Second Ward Jesse Illnkle, C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward-B. F, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charlea 0. Fatter, Adolph Swo
boda. Fifth Ward-T. W. Hallldar, Ernest B. Pettlt.
B.R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CJCNTRAL K. B.
TRAMS AJUUVI. TRAIN B OIPAkT.
tMall........ 4:10a.m Mall 3:35p.m
Express 9: 36 a.m tKxpress 8:!J0 p,m
Accom'dation. 4:00 p. m tAccomdatloi..ll:10a.m
MISS CENTRAL R. K.
tMall....- B:S0p.m I rMail ..... .. 8:8". a.m
tKxpress 11 :30 a m tBxpresi 9 :s a.m
C. & ST. Ii. B. B. Narrow Oange.)
Express 4:80 p.m
Bundayexcur'n 8 :0s p.m
Express 9:40 a.m
Accom'dation. I :X0 p.m
Sunday ezcar'n 8:40 a.m
ST.L., I.M. 4 8. K. It.
t Ex press 8:Ma.m I tBipross -..H:05p m
tAccom'datlon. i:30p.m tAecom'dattOQ.ll:45a.m
CAIRO VINCENN B8 R. R.
MallAKx .... 5:00i.mMatlA Ex.... 9::)9p.m
Dally except Snnday. t Dally.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Temperanco hall on Tenth
street; preaching Orst and third Sundays in
each month, 11 a. m. and 7:p. m.j prayer moot
ing Thureday, 7:40 p. ra. ; Sunday achool, :o a.m.
Rut. A. 4. HESS, Pastor.
CHURCH Of THE REDEEMER (Epticoiial)
Fourteenth atreet; Sunday 7:00 a. in.. Holy
Eucbaalst; 9:80 a. m., Sunday achool; 10:45a.m.,
Morning prayers :s:00 n, m., aventng prayers. F.
P. Davenport, 8. T. It. hector.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Preaching at J0:0 a. v.., 8 p. ra., and 7:80 p. m.
Babhatb achool at 7:80 p. m Rov. T. J. Shores,
f UTHERASf Thirteenth afreets . sarv'ues Bab
lj bath 1 :80 a. m. ; Snnday achool 2f v Rev.
Knappe, paator. V
METHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnntatreeta;
Preaching Sabbath 10:80 a. m. and 7 p.m.;
raycr meeting, weaneaaay i:m p. m.; ennaay
chool, 9 a. m. Rct. Whlttaker, pastor.
PKEBBTTBRIAN Eighth atraet; preaching on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:80p.m.; Snnday School
at 8 p. m. Rer B. Y. George, paator.
ST. J08ErH'8 fRoman Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnut atreata; services Sabbath 10:80 a.
at. ; Sunday School at 8 p.m.; Vespers 3 p.m.; ser
rices avery day at 8 a. m. Rot. O'Hara, Priest.
ST. P ATRICK'B-fRoman Catholic) Cornet Ninth
atreot and Washington aveune; aerricea Sab
bath 8 and 10 a. m. ; Veapera 8 p. m.j Snnday School
8 p. m. service! evory day at 8 a. m. Rev. Masteraou
Circuit Judge D. J.Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. lrvln.
County Judge -K. 8 Yocum.
County Clerk S. J. Humm.
, County Attorney J. M. Damron.
County Treaeuror Miles W. Parker.
Sheriff John Uodgoa.
Coroner B. Fltagerald.
County Commlssioneri-T. W. Dalliday, J. A.
Glbbe end hamuel Briloy.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TUB CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. 6. PATTER & CO- j
; '.. ' '' ' ;
Cor. Nlnttoenth atraet PairA Til
Commercial A.Tnua I WUTUs Ills
Q.EORQB H.tEAClI.M.D. r j
Physician and Sui'geon, !
Hpeclal attention paid to the Bomeopathle treat
must of aorglcal distance, and dlseaaea of women
and children. .
onicai Mo 10 Elifhlh street, near Commercial
avenue, Cairo, III. .
II. MAUEAN.M.l). . . .
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Oftlce on Commercial avenue r.ar the corner of
Eighth atreet, over Tabtir llrother'a Jewelry store:
Kaaldance enrnur Fourteenth alreet and Wash
ington avenue. '
The Cntohratod Ilnctro Vapor and Medicated
Baths whloh are an unfailing cure for Rheumatism
Neuralgia, Kcver-Apio end many other ailments,
administered daily (luring ollloe bunra.
Office hours, from 8 to 13 a, h from 1 to 5 and
from 7 to 8 1. .
(J; W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on nana
At Seventy-live cento per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trimmings" are coarse shavings and make
the beat summer wood for cooking purposes aa well
as the cheapest ever sold In Cairo. For black
smith's use Insetting tires, they are unequalled
Leave vuor orders at the Tenth street wn'id yard
rjlHE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W. P. HALI.IDAY, President.
H. L. HALI.IDAY, Vice-President,
THOS. W. UALL1DAY, Cashier.
t. ST A ATS TAYLOR, W. P. RAlXrDAT,
BBMKT I. BALLIDAT, R. H. CUHNIX8BAH,
a. u. anujAsiaoM, inrais aino,
a. t. cusDaa.
Eichantre, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Depoaltsrecelved and a general banking basinets
tVIIftvlou lately Increased hla facilities Is now
prepared to do promptly
ALL KINDU OF REPAIltlNO.
LtlillT AMU II RAW WAUONB NAUR TO OIIUER.
Horseshoeing t SixntlHliy.
Thanking the public for their liberal patronage,
I hope by square dealing and prompt attention to
hualuees to bavo a continuance of the sanio
Give Ml A CALL,
Ravtnga Hanks, Insurance Companies, Trustees
and Investors generally are Invited to correspond
with us regarding bonds they may doslro to buy,
ell or exclifti ki.
Municiiml. Bontla Watf r Worts Cnmpnyr
Loan. Rud .acslralil Rallroiiii KwnrlllPa Hr
waysonhttiid. J.K. UwiH A 00.. lRiikm,
- . 747Ceda,r St., New York.
CAIRO AND NIW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J. TURNKR.Mastor.
J. K. MUBE, Clerk.
1 Leaves Cairo for New Madrid and way polnla
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday t . p, m.
lUtumlng leaves Mtw Madrid Wednesday, Friday,
and Monday at T a.m. . . , . ,
Fur freight or passage apply to
AMKS UIOG8, Aguul.
(JAIR0, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY: MORNING, SEPTEMBER
While other liaking Powders
are largely adultcnth'd with
Aluni and other hurtful drugs,
hn hern kept unrhatiffed in all
itt original purity ami Hirmgth.
The heat evidence of it mifctff
and effect Irene i the. fuel itf U
Imvi n g received the hlghet tcsfi-
nioniafH from the mont eminent
chemist in the United State,
who hare analyzed it, from, it
introduction to the present time.
There arc no powder that hear
higher chemical test nor any
that show m gooil result hg the
TEST OF THE OVER,
It, i a pure Fruit Acid linking
J'owder, Made by
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, ., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Mannfaotnror of Lnpulin Ysiwt
Genu, Dr. Price's Special Flavoring
Extracts), anl Dr. Prion's Unique
IROIf MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
THAINH LIAVI CAIIIO,
Arkansas aiUTexua EKpruxs I '2:0.') p.m. Dully
AllltIVS AT CAIIIO.
Express Mil m. Dally
Accommoiatlon ii:4n p.m, Dally
Ticket (lilce: No. 55 Ohio I.cvne.
U. II MILI1UKN. Agont.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Running
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Trains Liav Cmo:
Arriving In St. I,nuls9:45 a.m.: Chicago, 8:30 t.m.;
Connecting at Odin and Kfllughain for Cincin
nati, Louisville, IiiUiainipolisaud points East.
11:10 ii.m. Ht. I,onin and Wsilirn
Arriving In St. Louis 7:05 p. in., and connecting
for all point West.
4:UO p.m. Faat Kxprnsi.
tor St. Lonla and clilcimo, arriving at St. Louis
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:li0 a.m.
4:UC) p.m. Cinitlmwiti JxprfMs.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisvlll 7:90
a.m.; Indlanstiolls 4:00 a.m. I'asNiiugera hy
this train reach the above points I U to lit
IIOUHH in advance of any other route.
H-The4:yo p. m. express has PULLMAN
hl.EEl'INO CAR Cairo to Clnclunall, without
changes, and through eluopeis lo ht. jjOiils and
Fust Time Kast.
Prt SPTlPl'S '' Ro throiitjh to Kast.
.'in iiiiiini, wiiiioiM y linmy
caused by Hundsy Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train iroun sin arrives in new lora monnsv
morning at 10:85. Thirty six hours In advancon'l
any other route,
tWKor throui'h tickets and further Information,
apply at Illinois Ceulral Railroad Depot, t'alro.
IAS. iiuunnvn, j . ii. iunnn,
Gen. Southern Agent. Ticket Agont,
i. U, HANSON, Gen, Pass, Agent, Chicago.
8TOVE8 AND TINWARE.
ALL1 SORTS," SIZES AND HTTLRS
. . . .
' Manufitoturer ot and l)elor In
THSf,"c6ppER & SHEET-IRON WARE
" .' s 1 ' ; i . ' ' . t- '
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ALt KlWa O JOB WOttit DONE TO 0UDEB.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET, '
Caiuo, Ill,, AiifjUHt ailth, 18.
Concluded from yesterday's Ishiiii.
' An ordlnancegmnllng to Travis Daniel, his ns
social es, siieeesors ami assigns Hie right of hhv
and privilege ol consiriictliiK niaiiiialiilng ami up
erating waler works In mid near the city or Cairo,
In the slain or Illinois, lei lliopiil.lle ud prlvale
supply of water.
lf llorla,ne(l hy Hie :y Coini. il or lliuclly ol
( alro, In the suite or Illinois.
Seelloi:, That upon tint eoudllloim and suit
Ject to the terms. iii lile ii end rcstrlrllons
lierelimlter imoilloiied Ilia privilege ol i'.onatrur.img
maintaining anil operating wulrr works as held hy
sslilelly.lora piihlle. and pilal eupply of wnler
wlllilu ami near the same, Is hernliy ernnteil lo
Travis Daniel, or the city of ('Urksvllle, In the
Stale or leiiiieHKre, and to his nssoi'laleHsiii i-essors
anilaaatgusroraiier odor llilrty yrarn Iruiti the
passage oithleorilliiai re, together with Ilia right
ol way In any or all or Hid Hlreels, alleys, iiveu
lies, Unes, rosils or oilier puhlli IiIuIihiivm williln
oruearsnldclty.lo lay pipes or repair Hie siiinii,
locouHiruct ronilulls. lo erei l hvilrimls amt loiiu
twins and such other devlrrs ami slrucliirui as may
he reiiiuslte and necessary lor Mim convey 'it ru and
mntrlhiillon ot waler within unit near nld clly.
fiovukd thatlhere shall he no unneeessary or per
ninueiit iilicti Bclion ..!' the said streets
or nth hlgliwnts; ami alter llielr
use for the purposes described llwy shall lis
restored las good a praclleal coliilllioii without
delay as helore llielr use.
Section',). The said waler works sliiill lie on Hie
griivllallon plan, using n stand pipe for the static
nresiiru ofwuler In I lie pipe ayslem of said works.
The sland pipe shall hnvn a goort slons riiiimliilloii,
resting on siilistantlnl piling il iv.n In the ground,
and shall he two hundred reel In height aliove
loiiiiilnl Ion aud twenty teel In diameter, ami shall
he uiadeol rlvltert wrouvlil Iron nlales. doulile rlv
etd at the ends tor the lower llfly reel, lioni the
liase, unit all ol sm li inn kness na sliall liiHiirn a
uooil, Huhslaullal ami sale stand nine, ami mrli
slami pips shall at all tlinns, nalural causes ami
linavoiilalilo at clileiil anlv excepted, he kept roll
or so nearly ao as Is practical ami reasonably pos
slbbi. and so la at all limns to give for Instant use
a hvdroslalic pressure Inllin hlnea ol an averaue
nl slxly lour pounds per square Inch, with a tiiln
liniiin ol not less man Intlv three noiimls nrr
Section ,1. The Dine system shall he nl the
liesl cast Iron slamlHril water pipes, ro.ileil with
nr. Kmllli a paleni coal inr v;iriilsh ami tesleil lo
threo ti ninl i fit pounds per siiinre Inch, ami the
main ples In aind pipe syittem shall be In all not
less Hum seven miles llncinl measiiienienl. divided
ns respects lineal reel and diameter as Minus, viz:
Four thousand three liuudnid ami thlriy-Uirer reel
of pipe t wen lv Inches in dlnmeler. Two thoiisiiml
three hundred and thirty three reel of pipe sixteen
-.i:nea in ui.inrii'r, one mill in ine rcmiiliniig pipe
I lve Im him in illuumter, and Iho resiilim ,l suhl
seven miles oT pipe leu Inches In diameter; nml In
ine coiisiruciion 01 satu pipe srslein there shall
hn such reasonalile number of slop vulvca tlnil, In
ase ol accineaiiii nrenkaL'ii ami repairs, the i is
trlcl In which a waler supply shall 'hi thereby
temporarllv slopped, shall he reasonably small,
and all hydrnnla shall h conuecled Willi tliiimaliis
hy pipea not less man all liu lies illamctnr.
Section 4. Thesuptily ol water lor said svsleiii
of water works, ir taken from the Ohio river, shall
lie taken north ol Thirty-sixth street, and Ii taken
from Iho Mississippi rlvor, norlh Twentv elehth
street H exteiKled; anil If liikintrom nwell, such
wett ahull lie only sncti uepiiniinl the character or
the water Hhull not hu ninlerlally dilioreiit Iroiu
that In one or the ol her or said rl vers.
Sectlon5. The pumps shall ho two In number,
ol either Wort Illusion or b o. f. lllakeACo.
make, oror other makers of in equal standard nl
exrelletie.e. Karh pump shali have a capacity to
deliver U.IKKI.OliO gallons or water per twenty lour
boats under a priissure nf water nl nighty six
pounds pcrsquarc inch at moderate speed not ex
ceeiling oue hundred tori travel or pialon per min
ute, and each pump shall have II a own separate
equipment of hollers and oilier appurtenances
comnlttti! So Hint one lull pumping equipment
shall he In reserve In cure of needed repuita or ac
cident to tho one In use,
Sectlond. His not now expedient Hint the clly
of Cairo Shall hulld water works, hut In view of
tho urgent necosslly of Die said clly for better
pmtvcllnn against the ravages of fire and als.i y
reason of the urgent nee or a copious supply nf
good water III tlieclly of Cairo f.r domestle. 'In!
sanllary uses, The clly of Cairo afon'sald does
bereliy hind liermdf to rent I'rom tho said Daniel,
associates, successors and assignees eighty double
nor.zh' lire hydraiils to he localed alomr the lines
or said pipes at. such places as may hn mimed hy
wrillcn auiiioriiy in nits council, anil which lora
Hons shall lie made al such times as Ihn said par
ties may demand nml which locations shall he
coinu a part or this ordinance, The duration or
I his ordinance shall be lor thlrly years I rum I bo
date hereof and Hie rental of the said hydrants fur
the said term of thirty years shall he seventy five
dollsrs per year Inr each of said hydrants and the
same ahull lie payable quarter yearly, any addition
al hydrants Ihcrlly may require shall hu liirnlshed
al llfly dollars iier year ami payable as aforesaid.
Should any delinquency occur in maintaining the
aald hydranls In ctllcieiit repair and llni supply if
water .foresaid hy the proprietors o1 the said water
worka except, In cases ol unavoidable accident,
the idly, alter due proof and establishment ol the
rac.lthatanr.il delinquency was from negluct or
mismanagement ol the owners of the water woiks
oremployena thereof, shall hu entitled to damage,
lor the period or such delinquency of $7X1 per hour
and ileil ml Ion or rent for the same perloa,
Scntloii 7. The owners of the said works as re
spects the supply ol water for prlvale use shall
have the right to make and enforce all reasonable
aud needful rules and regulations In the use and
waste of waler and may supply the eainn In their
own discretion ami charge end collect In advance
therefor a tariff of rates equal to Mil nut exceeding
those apucilled In Hie ''Aliiiunl sche'liiln of water
rales" annexed to this .irdlnanr.e ; and
lor all purposes not therein enumerated
the rate thereof shall he a special rate within their
Section 8. This ordinance is passed and Ihn
lights and privileges herein mentioned are granted,
and the argreementor the city to rent said hy
drants is made upon the further expresa conditi
ons, time being hereby made material and of the
essence of Ilia contract, to wlt :
1. Said Daniel, hla sssoc.lalcs, successors or as
signs shall wllhln thirty days from the passage of
this ordinance Ale Willi the clly clerk of the clly hla
written acceptance of this ordinance.
!!. Hiild system or water works shall wllhln six
ty days rrom Hie passage of this ordinandi ho com
nionred and work thereon proserin "d with all rea
souahle diligence, and the same fully comnleled
and in operation within one year from the passage
of this ordinance.
S. Huld Daniel, his associates, Hitccenanra siid
assigns, shall construct and completo said system
of water works in Hie manner provided in this or
dinance, and aflir such completion maintain and
properly operate tho same, agreeably lo the pmvl -slons
of this ordinance, using all reasonalile dilig
ence In keeping the same in proper repair aud
working order, accidents and nalural caiisca except
nd, and charging no greater water rales than thosu
In this ordinance aul liorlseri ,
. I Haid Daniel, his atsoclates, successors and
assigns shall, at any time after the eipiriillon of
twenty years from tho passage of this ordinance,
whenuver thereunto requested hy resolution or the
city council, sell and convey lo the city or Cairo
ssid system of water works, and rlghla and privil
eges hereby granted upon tender and payee nt to
him or them ny said clly or the appraised value
thereof to ho ascertained as follows, towlt: The
said Daniel, his sssnclales successors or assigns,
shall, whon thorcnnlo requested hy resolution of
the city council, name one appraiser,, and aald
council shall nninn another, and Hie two appraisers
so chosen shall choose a third, aad Iho appraised
valiio as made and reported in writing to said coun
cil by iJd throe appraisers or a majority nf them,
shall betaken and considered as tho amount to ho
paid hy said city aa aforesaid. Said appraisers
ahall he disinterested persons and shall not he clt
ir,uns of tho city of Cairo nor reside In said city,
nor he In any way related or connected with any of
the parties lo he affected hy said valuation.
A. If default ho made In any or either of the four
conditions above spudded this ordinance sliall
Ipso facto become null and void, othorwlsa It shall
he aud remain In force, rrom and after Its passage
for the period of thirty years or until Iheclty sliall
purchase said system of wator works as herein pro
1 ANNPAti SCHRtllTt.S OP WATRK RATRS I '
Ale cellars, 10 to 'J0; barber shops, one Chair,
5; barber shops, each additional cbalr, .l; bath
lnfftnb.niibllc.each.110: bathing tubs, private.
each, A; Hanks, including one basin, SIA; bakeries,
10 to i:l; tiutcner shops, iiii to ); nricayarna
special; breweries and distilleries, special; book
binderies, apodal! hnlldlng purhnses, 1,000
bricks, jnots.t building purposes, pervoof stone,
5nis-; building purposes, plastering, per 10 sq yds.
goct,; blacksmith shop, oue forge, $5; blacksmith
shops, each additional lire, 4; boarding-houses,
In addition lo dwelling home rates for each room
add I'l; churches I0: confectioneries 111) to 50:
dwelling-house for family not sxciis ding four por
sons fii; for each additional person $1; for asger-
L'V,'1"" li'7"m!,,,r I'msoms lu dwelling, children
Slo.n.",,!',, """''"'I; lvoli ami f semiring
VI" to f-i: elevators. Slmclal ; founlaliis, six hours
f !.! Vi 1 1""""11" f uionlhs. I III Inch Jet fill;
- 1 ' h , "'?'; works, sM-clal hall, ami the.
"! ' i I'ose, r.ir sprinkling lots, per season
i ml. pipe, mi feet squalor ,1,',. n ,w,t
square or less, do. Im feel square or less, fn:
hose for sprinkling slreet soil sidewalk, washing
r.i, ft l",r,r,""1 '" ''ls. Corner lot idle
! L "r1""!,'"!"1 " r-atitaisa.lt inlaln
iT !-? '?' ; lm","'r i"'1' '"uu
hi. h. '. ."'' ':r""i' l"" siieclnl: olllrcs with
a ai. . ' Vi ' ! llattas-aisla galleries, III to
.I'" !R hlT"' fl-fWi prllilliitt oftlce,
epucUl; ra lio, it dp ,1., special ; resleanrsiils fill
I Mini' III II tt room. i.. .1 .
tir VUllt. flllli hlllstf. aa.i.l . . 7. V J.7 .
each addition. I hone. '.'; do ns. h cow, i J livery
hy nieler. per MIS) gallons, g ris.; .team ludlera.
soei'liil : aahion. ait, i., a .
i ,"....--, .in, n jfiiun, special:
steam engine, per horse power under 10, steam
eii nes, ier horse power over u, f I ; iiur. aa t
Willi Urinals, public, eu.li, do. prlvale.lt:
wash basins, slallonary Indw. Illnn-boii.e, Br,( ."ue
Wl; water closets, public, each, Wliij do, prlvale,
; warehouseH, special; wntur carls, per Iml gal
..!.'ri?.V.M' : !!,"t"r . mm gallons liar das,
per 1000 galloim in cls.j r ,is gl one per
overa cts ' ('"'; Um K"11"1" imr da, and
Alili'iiuiin IVdit iiiipoarml in sent
ilnriiifr Um rcHiliiiK nl ihn mdiimnc,,.
tllfik rra.l mtiiion tr U. V, McKnmit,
HHkiiiT u'iiiiiwioii toomct framo Isiti til i nxr
mi lot 10, Mock ia, Ihia city.
On nioliot! nf Aliliirninn llluku ntHvcrof
lii'titioncr who Kiniittd liy (Im folliiwiiiir
Ayca. - lllnko, llttlliiliiy, llinklc. Hnulins.
Kiiulii(iiiKli, Palirr, IVllil, Swolitulu nml
AliliTiiiiin Puiii;r itinvtiil (lint, Um cmui-
cil tHkmi ii'im'hh nl' leu ininnti'K, nml Hint
tin! iihliimuai ciiiiiiiiilloi) Im rt'iiii'Hli!il to
rt'jMirl on ofiliniincu rttlntinu to witter
works. Motion ciirruul.
At llt i'X.iritt;nt nf thn tiino slittnl tin)
council niHNHtmililiMl, Alilfiiniiii lllnko Imiiiio;
Onliimiicu ciiiniiiitlt't) rrimrloil Imck
(iriliiiiint:n to council for action
Alilt iiiiiiii I 'nt u r moviiil tliut tlioiultiH be
RiiHpcnilcil lor tint piirpumi of pluciiif,' opli-
n tunc mi i(h hocoihI remlitu'.
Alilrnniui lilitku niitmri'i in hi mml.
Alilciniun Wood mnvuil tliut tlm oiilin-
iincti Im fimciKiod by Htrikiiifr, out the word,
"in ndviinco wlitm tlicy appi'iir in ordiuancti
an riilaU-H to tho city. Motion curried.
Ordiimnco hh kiiicihIoiI rum I tint hucoikI
Aldcrinim I'liticr moved tlmt tlm nrdlu-
anci! hh ninotnliMl Im ndoptod.
Motion cm rind y tlm followiiij volt!;
Aycn IMukc, 'llnllidny, Ilinklo, Kttit
broujrli, Tuticr, I'citit, Hwolmda mid
Nnytt HtiijIicH 1.
Aldcnniiii Iliiglit'ti ia explanation of Ida
volo, utaluil that he votuil no in coiihikjuciico
l him not hnvinff ainllcimitlv inibriiiuil
liiitiHulf rolittivo to tho ordinandi,
Committee on polled, Jail nml lire dennrt-
ment, to whom were referred hid for howt,
at meutiiif; of Aiiuat 211, report came back,
recotniiieinliiio; the acceptance of bid of iho
Guttapercha & Rubber Manufactimrm; Co,,
of New York ; also that the City Clerk be
instructed to purclniHe sumo.
Aldcnmtn Pulier inoved to receive rciiort
aud concur in pu oniiiii iplutioiiH. Motion
carried by the follnwiiifr vote;
Ayoa-ltlako, Halliday, llinkle, MuglieH,
KimbroiiKh, I'atier, Pettil, Hwoboda and
On motion of Alderman Unfiles; iiiDetin
I). J. Folkv, City Clerk,
A witter famine itt threatened at Decatur,
III., where tho dried (jrnHH along tliu Illi
nois) Central track and one hundred panels
of fence were ignited by a spark from nn
ingine. A nimilnr Are occurred at IIoopcs
ton, 111., covering 120 acres.
Tho London Mark Lane Express snys
that the series of Intermittent storms which
culminated Inst Thursday in a general
thunderstorm' and very heavy raiufall
brought "ruin nnd disaster to the Englisl
Imrvest." Standing grain is "literally eat
en up with niildew," and "unthatched rick
have ovorywhore suffered."
Dr. Agnow does not believe that the
President hoH lost as much weight as Se
cretary HI nine's telegram to Minister Low
ell represented last week. Dr. HI ins agrees
with Dr. Agnow, aud adds that tho patient
has not reached tho dangerous limit of
emaciation. A man, lie adds, can lose two
fifths of his weight, without endangering
his life. ,
The recent heavy rains throughout Ire
land have caused groat damage to tho crops.
This will be a bad year for the Irish land
lords, to bavo the rents which they are to
collect, fixed. Tlm tenants who have leasos
and who do not come under the operation
of tho act, will havo a hard timo. They
will doubtless be Mr. Parnall's staunchest
supporters. s .
"Pour Oil Over."
L. P. Folletr, Marion, O., Mates that ho
bos used, Eclectrlc Oil for burns, and has
found nothing to equal it in soothing tho
pain and giving relief. Paul Q. ttohuh, Agt.
'.A.lon'a Brain Food positively cure nerv
ousness, norvoua debility, and all weakneii
of generative organs. . $1. 8 for 5. All
druggist. Bend for circular to Allon'i
Pharmacy, S13 First Ave, N. Y. Bold in
Cairo by Barclay Uroe. ,4 (
NEW : SERIES-NO. 346.
Kidin tho ftcady, Arm aud reilur bent
of tho heart, rriilnqlnjj Intorruptod and im
bio action of tlmt orjin, ilomonatrated In
v.iViety of cnatw, Kollow'ii Compound
Hy nip of llvpophiisphlten in known to exert
Ihiwoi ful tonic tdlect on the aiuncloii of
Itucklen'ij A ru lea Naive.
'I He best salve in tho WtirM for ruta,
In uUn, norm, uIhits, salt rliuum, lotor wn-i,
utter, chapped liainia, uhilblnlnn, cornn, and
ll kiiidMol akin eruption., i This iftlve ii
KiiaranttMiil to pnrfoct autiofaotion In
very ciwn or money refunded. Price, 35
coiiIh per Inix. For salu Dy Oko. E. U'Haha
A Couifli, Cold or Sore Throat
should bo HloiHii'd. iSei'lMtt I'minieritlir r.
suits in an Jnciirttlilu J.untf iUhohho or Con-
Kiiinpiioii. i.ruwn a iiionciimi 'i rnclioi tlo
not oiHoriier the hIoiiuh Ii like coiitfii nyriipn
itmt lialHitniM, but act directly tin tlm tnllum
ed patla, allaying irrilatinn, (lvo rolsof in
A at limn, Ibonelntis, Cntmha, ('ntarrli, nml
the Thrimt Tniublen wliii.lt Hinnern and
rulilii-Speiikora are subject to.. For thirty
yra Hvown'a HrottuW Tmilma lmv twin
rocot.inieiiiled by phyaliians, and nlwayn
Kiv perfetit Natisfaction, Having been
tcHted by widti nml coiiNfant use for nourly
nn eiiliio pmernlion, Mioy huve attained
well iiieilted rank nnionu; Dm few staple
remedies of the n. Sold at 35 crnU a
It lleiiiiM rlio List
Of all other pivpntntioiiM or inedieineH, In
ramtnof naimea, lu adaeliet, diy.inenn or Ir
riwilnritienof the hyslem, llurdook HIihhI
Hitters have no tupml, They never fail In
alVoidinn immihliale piliof. prico sJl.Utt,
trial Hi.u 10 cenlM. l'aul (1. Scliuh, Audit.
(Into Paul (l.Hchuh for Mm. Kreeinan'M
New National hyeH. For briKhtnean nml
titirnhility of color are iineiunled. Color
from U to 5 pounds. Ijiroctionit In KiikIIhIi
and (lerumn. IVino llntntH.
l ... ' ;
A Kliiifldtnt Fact, ,
Tho chcupcHt medicine in iiho ia Tbomim'
Kcleutric Oil, beciiiiHti to vtiry little of it Ih
leiitilnid toelUict a euro. For croup, diph
theria, mid iliMfitHcs of tho ItinjfH and throat,
whether iihiu) fur Imtliinif tlm client or
throiit, for tukiiiK itileriially or inliiiliii', it
h 14 inatclilfHH compoiind. Paul 0. Hcluili,
An Old Trick.
A Voluntown horse laid down In thn
shaft of the vehicle to which he w ia at
tached on Wutei' slront recently. The
goodhoitrted byslitmlers niHliotl to thn
proHti'uln animal, held him down by
the head, unbuckled hid harnima and
ciirefully pushed biu;k tins vehicle while
ho got up . They then harnessed him
in. JiihI na ll io work wan concluded
one of the lookers on remarked : "Yud
belter let that lieast alon', frleudH, hu
knows how to lie down and how to gel
up." "l he your home F" nsketl one
of the neilvo men, "Well, yes, I s'pose
ho is. That air is an old trick or bis'u.
liu nover lirimkn tin lb in. Ho In the
curof-inost boast you over' see. - I lets
Mm go down ami git up fust whoa ho
wants to." The astouUliod follows con
cluded tlmt they hud not won tho thanks
of the iiroiu'lnlor of that horse and da-
purled fn tlisgust, Norieivh liidletin.
, ' i . s
If you want to see "Koiiih ituiiU iu
teal life," go lo Oneida (Joiinly.
- ii m.si
. The Itodiu (Cul.) Free I'rm clalma
that a reshliHit of that place, named
Cameron, U tho st,ronsont man in the
State, and asserts that, single-handed,
hn placed a 700-pound casting on a
wagon the other day.
. Milk aa a Food. - .
Again, milk Is a food which should
not lie taken In copious draiighw like
boor or other fluids which differ from
it chemically. , If wo consider tho use
of milk) lu Infancy, tho physiological
ingestion, that Is. of it, we find that tho
suckling halm Imbibes little tho nalural
food provided for it. Koch small
mouthful is secured by effort, , and
slowly presented to tho gastrlu mucous
surface for the primal digestive stages.
! It Is thus regularly and gradually re
duced to curd, and tho stomach is not
oppressed with a lump of half-coagulated
milk. Tho same principle should
be regarded in the enso of tho adult.
Milk should bo slowly taken in mouth
fills, at tihort Intervals, and thus II Is
rightly doall with by the gastrio juice.
If milk bo taken nftor other food it Is
almost sure to burden the stomach and
lo cause discomfort and prolonged In
digestion, and this for the obvious roa
sou that there is Insufllclont digestive
agency to dispose of IL And the better
tho qualltv of milk the more sovore tho
disoomforU will bo under theso condi
lions. Milk Is Insulllclently used In
making simple pudding of such fari
naceous food as rice, tapioca and sago.
Distaste for tho.i is engendered very
often, I bolleve, because tho milk Is
stinted in making them, or poor, skim
med milk ia used' Abundance of new
milk should be employed, and more
milk or cream should be added whon
thoy are takon, Ia Scottish households
this matter Is well understood, and a
distinct piidding-nlnto, - like a small
soup-plato is used for this course. The
dry miwBwi commonly served as milky
puddings in England, aro exactly tlttod
to croute disgust for what should be a
most excellent and delicious part of a
wholesome dinner for both children
and adults. Popular Science Monthly.
, ',; ,,' . , Fraud. , .,.,
Tens of thousands of dollars are squand
ered yearly upon traveling rjuaoki who go
from town to town professing to cure all the
ilia that our poor humanity is heir to. Why
will not the public loarn common sense, and
it tbey an suffering from dyspepsia or liver
complaint. Invest a dollar in Spring Bloa
som, sold by all druegiiti and indorsed t by
the faculty. Seo testimonial!. Price SO
cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul O. Schuu,
.gent. y.. . '