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PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATKNT
IC BY TUK CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKKD FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
KILL A.ND COMMI88ION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAT
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hkbest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Mayor-N. B. TtiaOewood.
Treasure T J . Kvrth.
Cierk-Delinll. J, Koley.
Counselor Wn. B. Gilbert
atarshal-L. H. Keren,
Attorney William Hendricks .
boajui or auMuuini.
Klret Ward-Piter 8aop. T. M. Klmbrough.
Heeond WiH-Jmm Hlnkle, C. . Hnghes,
Third Ward-B. t, Blake, Jobs Wood.
Fourth Weid-Che-lei O. Patter, Adolph 8wo
bode. Filth Wtrd-T. W. Hallldav. Irneit B. Pittlt.
fi. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
iLtiHors oBwxRAt. rt. i.
tun iimi. nuiiii di-abt.
fMail ..4:!0. I MeU P.
KipreM :s.m tKxpreei ....8: p.m
Aecoiu'dation. 4:09 p.m tAocotadtlo-.lI:10l in
MISS CENTRAL B. R.
fMill 5:IWp.mltMell :
tExprosi U: a m tKipreii : a-m
C.4ST. L.R. B. rSurrowGiuge.)
Kxprees 4:p.inBipr-..;. . J:"
Aecom'daloln U:1D p.m Accomodation. 1 :30 p.m
Sunday excur'n 8:5 P m I 6ondjp excnr n 8:40 a.m
bT.L., I.M. A I. K- R-
tKxpres S:W.m HBtprtw..v..1'l:05P m
tAecomdation. x:p m tAccom,daUoo..l.45e.m
CAIRO ft VINCRNNE8 R. R.
MallAKx.... 5:00 a.m I Mall A :P-"
Dlly except Sunday, t DHy.
CAIRO BAPTIHT. Tem pernebll on Te n t h
treel; preaching first and tblrd 8andy in
etch month, 11 e. m.eodT:)p. m.ipreyer meet-
CHURCH Of THB RKDKKMBB-(Itll(Pl)
Fourteenth itxeet; 8ondy 7:00 . m.. Holy
Kuchaslit; 8:Q.m., Budy ecoool; 10:46 a.m.,
Moraine pmrere: 8w p. m., evsnlng prayer. F.
P. Davenport, 8. T. B. Rector.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST C1H7RCH.
preaching at :S0 . n. 8 P- nd 7.80 p. m.
Bahbath icbool t 7:80 p. m. Bev. T. J. Bbore,
iTJTHERAN Thirteenth treet; rvlcei Bib
j bthl:30a. m.; 8nndy echool J p. m. Hev.
HfTBODI8T-Cor. Bight and WlnntitreeUi
111 d.-Mt,. ft.hh-.th 10:10 . m. and 7 D. m.:
nearer meetlug, Wednesday 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
School, 8 a. Whlttaaer, ptor.
TiKKSBYTBRIAN Eighth treeti prechln on
JLBabbeth tt 11:00 a. in. and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
iTtin., Wednendiv t 7:fp.m.; Bandfty School
t 8 p. m. Hot B.t. George, pastor.
rim insirrn'HHnmiD ueino ici vomer un
r it Walnut street; ervtce Bahbath. 10:80.
n. : Sunday School t p. m. ; Vmperi 8 p. . ; i
ncei every dy t 8 . m. Rev. O Hr, Prlert.
nrp PiTR!CK'S-Romn Ctbollc) Corner Ninth
S itreet nd Wmhlnffton renae; errlee Seb
btth I nd 10 . dm Veipen 8 p. m.( Bnndy School
I p. m. lerrlee every dr t 8 . m. Rev. Mastereon
Circuit Clerk-A. H. Irvln.
Coroner-R.Ftt(!rld. nllM J
County Commlmronore-T. W. Hiuay,
Glbbi and Stmuel Brlloy.
jfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" THBJ CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO.
Cor. Nineteenth itreet CairO. HI.
nnmman lal Avenue I VUIAA Vf
Q.E0RQE 13. LEACII, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
HpecUl attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of iurijlcal dlneaatte, and diiexe of women
Office: Nolo Eighth itroet, soar Commercial
avenue, Cairo, 111.
y II. MARRAN, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician and Burgeon.
Officii on Conmrcinl vnu ntar the corner of
t l(btli Ireet, over Taber Urother Jewelry (tore.
Residence corner Fourteenth treet and Wash
The Cellirated Blectro Vapor and Medlotd
Bath which are an unfailing cure for Kheumatliru
Neuralgia. Kevr-ARne and many other allmenta,
admlniatered dally during office boura.
Office hour, from 8 U U a. from 1 to 6 and
front 7 to 8 p.m.
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
conatantly on hana
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trimming" are coarie ibavtsgi and make
the best iummer wood for eooklne purpoee aa well
M the cheapest ever aold In Carre. For b!ck
faith's nse Insetting tire, they are Bcequailed
Leave vnor order at the Teeth street wood vard
rpHE CITT NATNOAL BANK
W. p. HALLIDAT, PresMeat,
H. L. HALLIDAT, Vice-President.
THOS. W. HALLIDAT, Cashier.
rriATf Tinoa, w. p. ralltoat,
BMBT L. HAJLUSAT, B. CJKKUraBAl
Kxcbanire, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Depofturecelved and a general banking baMneM
rw-navlce lately Increased bis facilities li now
prepared to ao prompuy
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING.
UliHT AND UIAW WAUONS MAUI TO OltDER.
Thanklnu the nuhllo for their liberal Datrobatro,
I hope by square dealing and prompt attention to
hnrtnesa to have a continuance of tLo same
GlVI MB A UALln
TO YOUNG MEN AND OTHERS.
We send on trial for t hirty davs onr Electro-Vol
talc Belt, Rand and Suspensories to young men
and others sunerlBs from weaknesses, nervous de
bility, lost vitality, lout manhood, and many other
disease. We gnarnntee sneedv en res and com
plot restoration of manhood. Address without
delay. VOLTAIC BBLT CO. Marshall Mich.,
CAIRO AND NEW MADRID PACKiT:
TO NEW MADRID.
STEAMER ?. SILVERTHORN
; . w. j. turner! toaW.r '
; J, K. MUHK, Clerk.
. Leavoi Cairo for New Madrid and way points
VjryTdy,TBitraBynaBmrey i p. m
Rotlrnwg leave Nw Madrid Wednesday, Friday
and Monaayat (a.m.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY j
i '. ri ; ,
THE GREAT SKIN CURE
Itching and scaly dLseanes, scrofulous
Humors, Ulcers, Old sores and
Mercurial Affections, When
all other human agen
THE CUTICfRA TtlKATMKNT, for the euro of
mn, scalp aud blood disva.es, coasists In the
Internal use of Cuticiira resolvent, the tew blood
purifier, and the external ime of Cullrura and Cu
tlcurt soap, the great sklu cures.
For sunburn, tan and greasy skin nso Cuticura
soap, an exulslte toilet, bath and nursery matlve,
fragrant with dellclona flewer odors and healing
Will McDonald, 3M2 Dearborn slj. t'lilcago, grata
fully acknowledges a core of salt rheum on bead,
Beck, face, arms aud legs for seventeen years: not
able to walk except ob band and knees far one
year ; pot able te help himself for eight years ; tried
hundred of remedies; doctors pronoanced hi
case hopeless; permanently cured by theCutlcara
II. X. CrpenWr, Esq , Henderson, N, T., cured
of Psorlasi or Leprosy, of twenty year standing
hy the Cutlcnra Resolvent Internally and Caticsr
aui Coticora 8oap extornally. The most wonder
ful case ob rerord. Cure ccrtldei' to before a Ju
tlceofthe peace and prominent cltlxeae. All af
flicted with Itching tnd scaly diseases should send
to a for this testimonial In full.
F. H. Drake, tsq,, Detroit Mich, suffered beyond
all description from skin disease which appeared
on hi hand head and face) and nearly destroyed
hi eye. The moatcareful doctoring failed to help
mm, ana after all hid railed he used the Cuticura
Resolvent inurnaUv. Cuticura and Cutlcnra snap
externally, and hew cured, tnd ha remained
perfectly well to this dav.
Hon. Wra. Taylor, Costen, says, "After three
month' use of cutlcor remedies, and la yer
from ai constant suffering from humrr of the face.
beck and scalp was ever endured, I can say that
I am Cured, aud pronounce my case tne mod re
mrki)le on record. I have beca so elated with
my tucces that t have stopped men on the treet
who wer afflicted and told them to get the Catlcu
ra remedle and thev would cure them.
Mr. 8. B. Whipple, Decatur. Mich., writes Jht
most raw. Head Cjvervd with srai and lores.
Suffered fuirfullv and tried uvcrvlblng. Perman
ently cured bv Cuticura Remedies.
Remedle are for sale bv
rice of Cuticura. a medtcir.al
Jelly, small boxes
50c t ; large boxes 11. Lutleur resolvent, the
new blood ouriner, 1 per bo'tle. Cuticura Medi
cinal Shaving Soap. I5cts; In bars for barber and
large consumers. Mk-ts. Principal depot
vt&cna a rui ir.n, ncnion, wars.
tWAll mailed free ou receipt of price.
One (Ymin' Voltaic
Klkctric Plaster, rostlni
m,,u lHnitjrwtA'''t, Is far superior to every
WKLJ,UB,W'.ther appliance before the
JM 4. 'CA puniir. inev insianuy ro-
fcAaTfcVv lirve Oysnepsia, 1,1 ver Com
plaint. Mlaria. Fever and Ariio aud. Kiduey and
Urinary Difficulties, and may he worn over the pit
of the stomach, over the kidney or auv affected
part. Price SS cents Sold everywhere.
s run ri.iv. noaion, mas'
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv JLino ItunniriL;
Making Direct Connection
Trains Liavi Caiho:
Arriving ID Ol. UOUIS ilo " viiujhk", o.o" u.ui. I
Connecting at uiun aim cniugnam tor Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis and point East.
11:10 a.m. St. Ijovtls and Wentern
Arriving In 8t. LoniT:0S p. m., and connecting
for all point west.
4:20 p.m. Fast Kxpren.
lorBt. Lonl and Chicago, arriving at St. Louli
10:40 p.m., and Chicago?:) a.m.
4:ttO p.m. Cincinnati Kxpriwa.
Arrivlug at Cincinnati 7:00 l.m.j Louisville T:90
a.m.; lndlanapoli 4:00 a.m. Passenger by
this train reach the above point 1U to Jo
HuUHD In advance of any other rout.
fay-Trie 4:80 P..
m. exnresi ha PULIMAN
hLKEPlNUCATl Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and through ilocperi to Ht. bonis and
Fast Timo Kast.
PhASPTI 0nisj 7 this Inn go through to 51'
A oaspilKOra polnU ;,ttnut ny dely
caused hy Sunday lntra.inn Th. Haturdav after-
Boon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
S SL,0.;5- Thlrty..l houraln advance of
. f.r.,t1hro.n,9f !iYrki and further Information,
JAB. JOHKBON, J. if J0NB.
. A AN0aO!rtlAR? i Tlciet Alt,
A. H. HANSOM, Oen. I'ass, Ag.nt. Cbkcago.
MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
MW VOUK GRAIN.
Nkw Youk, Septfctubor 1, 13 m.
Wheat-irrt'Kuliir- No. 2 Chicago
11 85039. No. 8 Red Winter, $1 4iXiS
(ill 1CA0O, ORAIN AND PORK.
Chicaoo, Soptomher 1, 10 A. m.
rork-Oct. $18 15.
Wheat -Oct, fi 25; November
Curn-Oct, C-lc1 Nov, 5c.
Oats-Oct. 38. ,
Chicago, Sopteuibcr 1, 13
Pork-Bep 18 20;
Wheat Oct, 1 20;
Corn Nov, OOc; Oct, 05.
Oat-Oct, 88; Nov. :J94
Chicago, September, 1 p. m.
Pork Oct, $18 22U
Wheat Oct, $1
Corn Oct, Wc; November, 65c.
Oata Nov. 30;Qct. 38?.
Ltvei of wealthy men remind us
That by nslng printer' Ink,
We can die and leave behind us.
Monstrous pile of golden "culnli."
The public debt statement is expected to
show a reduction lor August of about $14,-
The four chief hop-raising counties of
New York report that nearly an average
crop will be harvested.
A family of five persona, named McMa-
hon, residing near Dubuque, have been ren
dered insane by grief. Too mother and
one daughter died in a demented mental
The drouth in Indiana has assumed
alaming proportions. White river has
dwindled to a mere brook, and farmers are
greatly troubled to obtain water lor Btock.
W. F. Dalrymple, the wheat king, says
the yield in Dakota will average fully
eignteen bushels per acre. He and his
brother have 25,000 acres to harvest.
In the Chiaj;o grain markets,We(lnesday,
September wheat dropped Irom $1.25 to
The da7 of settlement has come, and it is
believed that the Cincinnati clique has
made $3,000,000 out of the corner. '
Wheat in store is in s critical state, and
the batiks refuse to loan more than one
dollar per bushel on receipts.
The republican state committee of New
York will meet at tho Fifth Avenue hotel
to-day to call a convention. It is believed
that Vice-President Arthur will resitju tho
chairmanship of the committee, and that
the convention will be held at Saratoga at
the end of September.
, After a consultation with tho secretary of
war the governor of New Mexico has deci
ded to recommend the formation of militia
companies all over tho territory, which he
will arm and equip, to prevent Indian raids.
Tho president's swollen gland is exceed
ingly painful, and the dressing
quite tedious. Ho will not bo given
solid food until his jaws arc in condition to
properly masticate it. Dr. Hamilton says
tho blood has not been poisoned. Prayers
for tho sufferer were offered at tho central
noon prayer meetings in London.
; A poor colored man, manifestly insane,
bent on killing every man who is-not a
Garfield man. was arrested .Tuesday at tho
white house. He had a largo tin can in
which he proposed to place their heads.
Quito a number of sick horses are report
ed in Kankakco county.
t Danville is engrossed with a discussion
upon the advisability of constructing water
TheRockford watch factory is turning
out auventv watches a dav. and is behind
There aro ono hundred and sixty saloons
in Peoria, and thev nav an annual license
; For tho woe nding August 27th there
wore 335 deaths in Chicairo. Of theso 203
were children under five years of ago.
Aliout 250,000 acres of corn wore planted
in Livingston county. Notwithstanding tho
protracted drouth the average crop will bo
about 35 bushels in the aero.
Thnrn will hn an fflnr.tHin at Sheldon to
vote for or against taxing tho town (vil
lage) $800, to pay for tho cxpenso of bor
ing for artesian water and coai comoineu
The Evening Poorlan has suspended. It
ftinrlnp.tAil for four months without
capital by eight hard working Journalists
and ' prlntnrs, but tlte field was already
more than filled, and they could not mako
tho Peorian succeed.
At Mattoou. on Saturday night, during
an altercation between Newton Hodgo and
Tr.v.n Wivirla. a itono thrown by Woods
struck a boy named Lenders on thehoad
Inflicting dangcroui Injury, one eye being
instantly destroyed. The cane Is especially
pitiable, inasmuch as the Iittlo Landers !xy
has always been known as tho guido and
constant leader of a blind lather :
Russia, t(H, is shipping gold to the
United States, 1 144, 000 hnving juHt arrived'.
Consul Wm. F. Grlnntill, nt Bremen, ref
porta to tho department of state that during
the past six months 1 ,200,000 bushels of
Americsti coin were imported into Ger
many, and that its ue is growing. The
duty is 0 cents per 100 pounds. .
President Rarras, of Guatemala, has dis
patched a special envoy to Washington with
a message of sympathy for President Gar
field. Fifteen, socialist have been expelled
from Berlin for laboring for the election of
Ilnrr Bebel to the reichstair.
" 1 .... i
The dory Little Western, sixtcon feet in
ichiii, uos renciicn uauius irom London.
At a meeting in f)j-rrv. wlir ! mull1
ww to 8JK)ak( Captaifl if a8Cft0feci
O ".v.v 1WWVI1
tho platform to denounce tho agitators, and
was attacked by tho leaguers and rescued
by tho police. ,
f- For Farmers.
My patent adjustable HAKtlOW is hit.
lieved to Ikj the best, as well as tho r.hn.
est harrow that has ever been offered to tho
iarmor. l sell a brat-class standard two
horse harrow that will easily harrow 20
acres in a day, for ten dollars, all romplete.
They can be ordered by letter and shipped
according to directions warrantud to t'ivn
satisfaction. Or. if a farmer wialwi in
make it at home and save freight, and give
is just the size and weight he wants, I will
tell tho plan with instructions and rii?ht
to make one, and send it by mail tor ono
dollar. If village mechanics wish to mako
it to supply their customers, I will give
them very favorable terms, and they will
have in addition the advantage gained by
saving freight.' It is very simple and easy
to make. Send for circular and price
tlis, S. Hutchinsuo, Griggsville, Pike Co.,
LApn: who appreciate elegance and
purity are using Parker's Hair Balsam. It
is the best article sold for restoring gray
hair to its original color and tieauty.
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. iNeglect frequently re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or Con
sumption. Brown s Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers aro subject to. For thirt
txr.Tn,17o7j' ItrnnrViinl t-- and ftlway
give .-v l ) " Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank' among the few staple
remedies of tho ago.
Sold at 25 cents a
An ordinance granting to Travis Daniel, hi -sodates,
successors and assigns the right of wny
and privilege of constructing mainlaining and op
erating water works in and near the city of Cairo,
In the state of Illinois, for the public and private
supply of water.
He It oraa;iieti ny me i uy council 01 1110 cuy 01
:alro, In the state of Illinois.
Hectior.l. I hat upon the comllllou. aud sun-
ect to the trm. qua 'iIciiIim and restrictions
hereinafter menliti.iH i.n rlvilegeofeonlriictlng
maintaining nd operating water worka as held h
said city, for a public and private supply of water
within mm near tne same, is nereny granted 10
Travis Haniol, of the city of Clarksvlllo, In the
ataluof Tennnsseu. and t o his associates successors
and assigns for a ppr.ort or luirty years rroru tne
passage of this ordinance, together with the right
of way In any or all of the streets, alleys, aven
ues, lanes, roads or other public highways within
or near said city, to lay pipes or repair the same,
to construct conduits, lo erect hydrnnt and foun
tains and such other devices ami structural as may
lie re(iilHite and necessary tor tho conveyance, and
diatrlhution of water within and near snld city.
Provided tbt there shall be no unnecessary or per
manent obstruction of thu said afreets
or tne nignways; ann alter to'.nr
nse for tho pnrooses described inny shall be
restored teas good a pructlcal condition without
delay as beforo thulr usu.
Hectlon a. The said water works shall he on the
gravitation plan, using a s La nil pipe for thu static
nresuru of water in the nine system of said works.
The stand Plie shall have a good stone foundation.
resting on sunstautlal piling aivu in tne grouiia,
and shall ho two hundred feet In height above
foundation and twenty feet iu diameter, and shall
he made ol rtvlted wrought Iron plates, double rlv.
eted at the ends for the lower Dfty foot from the
base, and all ol such thickness as shall Insure
cood. substantial and safu eland pipe, and such
stand pipe shall at all times, natural causes and
unavoidable accidents enly excepted, be kept full
or so nearly so as Is practical and reasonably nos
slble, and so as at all times to give for Instant use
a hydrostatic pressure In the pipes of an average
of slitv-four puitmls per square inch, with a nun
linura 01 noi ies uuiu lurij vureu fuueus per
si u are turn. , .
Section 3. The nlpu system shall be of tho
best cast Iron standard water pipes, coaled with
llr. Smiths patent coal tar varnish and tested to
throe hundred pounds per siiusrn Inch, and tho
main plpcj In said plpesyxtpm shall he In all not
less than seven miles llueal measurement, divided
iu resnects 1 ties feel and diameter as toiiows. vis:
Four thonsand tnreu hundred and thlrty-threo feet
of plpo tweuty inches in diameter. Two thousand
three hundred and thirty-three feet of pipe sixteen
Incnes in diameter, one hall of the remaining pipe
twelve inches in diameter, and the residuo of said
seven miles of pipe ten Inches In diameter; and In
the construction of said pipe system there shall
i, aiirli reasonable number of stop valves that, In
easo of accidental breakage and repairs, the dis-
rlct in whlcu a water supply snau no morrny
einnorarily stopped, shall bo reasonably small,
and all hydrants shall lie connected with thu mains
hy pipe not loss than six incites ntaineier.
Hnrtlnn 4. Thesnnolvof wafer for said system
of water works, if taken from the Ohio river, shall
be taken north of Thirty-sixth street, and If takep
from tho Mississippi river, north ef Twenty-eighth
.treot If extended; and if wa-en rrom a won, such
well shall beoiiiysucauoiionjaj ni; VHI.I....... .
thu wter shall not be materially dldureut from
that In ono or the other of said rivers.
Huctlon5. The ptimpssball be two in number,
ol either Worthlugton or oeo. r. iubkii vo.
make, or of other miners oi id iui ui w
excellence. Kach pump shal! hive a capacity to
deliver 8,(H)0,Ot)0 gallons of water per twenty-four
hoars nndor a pressure of water of elghty-alx
pounds porsquare Inch at moderato ipecd not ox
ceedlngonehiindredfeettravolof plstou per min
ute, and oich pump shall have III own ispirate
equipment of bollon and other appurtenance
complete in that ono full pumping n,nlpment
shall he in reserve iu caso oi nuuuuu rupture ur ac
cident to the one In uso. .
Hectlon . It I not now expedient thit tho city
or Ciiro hU build witer works, but In view of
ik. iirimnt necessity of the said cttv for hotter
ii.ntiHitinn siratnst the revise oi nrs ann aiso py
reason of the nrgent need of a copious lupply nt
good water In the city of Cairo fer domestic and
unitary mm, The city of Calm aforesaid does
hurebv bind hnnelf to rent from th ild Daniel,
associates, successors ind assignee eighty double
nnusle Are hydrants to he located along the lines
of aald pipes it inch place ai miy he nimed by
written authority of tnli council, and which loci
tlon shall he made at. such time the said Br
!1 In,, .,,!mJ'.d n.d WDlcl '"""'on shall be
fhVL.'t.Vrt 'f tM. or.lii..DC. The duration or
thisordlnanc. shall for thirty year. Irom the
date hereof and the rental of the said hydraut for
the said term of thirty year shall 1m seventy five
dollar, per year for each of said hydranta and the
.? hi I"1.1 "hl 'luarter y.irly,ny ddlUoti.
r5nf," th,otty re.Ulr shall be lurnlsij'jd
at lllty dollars per year and psyable ae aforesaid,
hhouidanyde (ttiiueney occur to maintaining the
said hydrant In efllcienl repair aud U .apply of
water afornwld by the pruprtuiers ol the said w-ater
IT.0 -f. " of unavoidable, accident,
the pity alter due proof and establishment of the
fact that sum riull.qiutncy v.ih from neglect or
mismanagement of tne owners of tho waUir woi k
i.ro, iHijjn. mrreoi, snau no entitled to damaire.
ror the period of such dnllnqusncv of 1A ner hour
and deduction of reut for tb. same prrtoc.
Hect Ion 7 The owners of the said works a re
spects I be snpply of water for privat nse shall
have the right to make and enforce ill reasonable
and needful rules and regulation In the uso and
waste of waMir and may lupply tho same in tbolr
own discretion and cbsrge and collect In advance
herefor tariff of rale equal tol.utnot exceeding
those specified In tho 'Aunual schedule or water
rates annexed to this rdluauee; and
lor all purpose Pot therein enumerated
the rale thereof shall be a special rate wltbln their
hection s. Tula ordinance Is passed and tb.
rtgbls and privileges herein mentioned are granted,
and the argreement of the city to rent said by
orauU Is wide upon the further express oonditl
oni, time being hereby made material aud of tbe
essence of the contract, to-wl.:
I Hald Daniel, hi issociate, successors or a
elvui shall within thirty day from the pUn sf
Ibis ordinance file with the eftv clerk of the city bis
written acceptance of thl ordinance. ,
3. Raldsyslcm of walur wnrka ah.ll wlihln
ty days from the passage of thl ordinance be com
menced and Work thereon nrim.ru t-d with ill .....
onable diltmnce. and the Manif. fully ffimhltttisl
and in operation within one year from tbe passage
W fll. I UIIJRHCfT.
9. Oaid Daniel, hi aumirlntH. nuruann .nrf
assigns, shall construct mil complete said system
of water wirrks In tho manner provided In tola or
dinance, and alter such completion maintain ind
properly operate thusauin, agreea ily to tbe provi
sions of this ordinance, using all reasonable dilig
ence Ui keeulue tho same fn Dmnnr n-lr.nH
working order, accidents and natural cause except
ed, aad charging no greater water rates than those
minis ordinance auiborlxtd.
4. fiHld Daniel, his atsoclates.
assigns shall, at auy time afun the expiration of
twenty years from tbe passago of this ordinance,
wbeuever thereunto requeaWd by resolution of the
city council, sell and eouvoy to thu eityi of ' Cairo
said system of water works, and right and privil
eges hereby granted Upon tender and paymtut to
mm or mem ny said city or tbe appraised Value
thereof to be ascertained a follows, to wit! The
said Daniel, his associates successor, or assigns,
shall, when thereunto requested by resell! tlon of
the city council, name one aenraisar. and uld
council shall nume another, and the two appraisers
so chosen shall choose a third, sad the appraised
value as made and reported In writing to said coun
cil by said three a P'alser or majority of them,
shall be taken and considered is tbe amount to be
paid hy said city -as aforesaid. Held appraiser .
shall he disinterested persons and shall not he cit
izen of tbe city of Cairo nor reside In said City,
nor iit In any way related or connee'ed with any of
the parties to heartened bygnld valuation.
, 5. If defin'tbo made Inanv or oltherortha fnnr
conditions above specified this ordinance shall
Ipso fiicto become null and void, otherwise It shall
heand rettihin In force, from and after Its passage
for the period of thirty years or until thncity shall
piircuase earn system of water works ai herein pro
vided. anncai. wniiiDt.B or watm batbs;
Ale cellars, 110 to IS): harher alums, nnu rlialr
f barber shops, each additional chair, $:J; bath
ing tub. public, each, f 10 : bathing toba, private,
each, S: Ranks, including one basin, $10; bakeries,
III) to ID; butcher shops, $10 to tai; brickyard
special ; breweries tnd distilleries, special; book
ntunenes, special; Duiming purposes, per 1,000
brick, luct.; building pnrposes, perch of atone,
brn building purposes, plastering, per 10 eq yd.
nct. ; blacksmith shop, one forgo. 5; blacksmith
shops, each additional fire, 4; boarding-houses.
In addition lo dwelling-house rate for each room
add 2: churches ami .ui.v4n'
talning tbunnmhurnf person in dwelling, children
and servants to be counted ; dvelng and scouring
tit) to $; elavators. special ; fountains, six boura
por day in seasons of ill months. 1 11 Inch Jot (10;
bt Inch let f'JS; eai works, special; halla aud the
atre, special; hose, for sprinkling lots, per season
Inch nipe. 60 feet sou are or less. 14: do. 75 teet
square or less. 15; do. lulfeet square or lei, fi:
hose for sprinkling street and sidewalk, washing
windows, perlrnnt foot 23 etc. Corner lot double
rates. Hose when used aa fountain, fountain
rates; hotels, special; lumberyards, special: laun
dries special, manufactories, special; offices with
has In 15 to fin: photograph, galleries, a 10 to
t'.'O; packing bouse, pecial: printing office.
special; railroad depot, special; restaurants 110
to '30: sleeping rooms, not In devilling
$5 to 10; schools. SO pupils or loss, 9111;- schools,
uver M) pupils, for each ik pupil $10; (tables,
private, ene horse, and washing carriage, tr); do.
each additional hori. $; do.eacb cow, 12; livory.
by meter, per iumi gallons, cts.; steam Pollers,
special; saloons, $lolo $20; stock yards, special;
sieain engine, per norse power nnaer io, j-i; suiam
engines, per horse power over It), 4; atoro tw to
10; I'riimls, public, each, t)6; do. private, l:
wash basins, stationary mawelltng-nonso, grot ono
Wi; water closets, pnhlic, each.CIO;- do, private,
BVi; warehouses, special; water carts, per loo gal
lons !S cts. ; meter rates, 100-WO gallon per day.
per HIM gallnns 40 cts. ; 5U0 t.lKiO gallon per
day, per 1,000 ;W eta.; 1,0W galluni per day aud
Approved August Stllh, A. P., 1HK1, ,
N.B. THI9TI KW0OD, Mayor.
Attit:-D. J, FOI.RY, CltvClcrk.
The business of a telegraph com
pany is "spread from pole to pole."
So is that of the washer woman.
Surf bathing this season is good
deal like tumbling about in a snow
bank without over-shoes or ulster.
One ol the Hartfort Insurance com-
Iianies paid about $20,000 (or postage
Salt sprinkled on wheat, at the rate
of half a barrel per acre, is said to ex
terminate or drive off chinch bugs. '
'Oleomargarine needs no defense,"
as the hotel man said. "No, it is strong
enough to defend itself," answered a
At a prize-show ofparrnfs in New
York, recently, it was noticed that the
most profane bird got the first prize.
New York taste is peculiar. '
Those who have tried it confess that
a large, healthy mustard-plaster worn
at the back contains more heat than a
hum Avorenat. "
voir wane to taae eimu out, vi m
stuck-up man, mistake mm ror tne
street-car conductor or : ononng nun
your fare as he comes alone;. ' ,
Young clorgyman (at a clerical meet
ing) s "I merely throw out the idea."
Old clergyman : "Well, 1 think that is
the best thing you can do with It" ' '
"And so you learn dancing, Bobl
And how do you like valslng?' 'Oh;
It's not badl I can manage Tery 1 Well
myself, but I think a giiTs, rather la
the wav. , , " ' . ' ' ,
"If I punish you," said a mother to
her naughty little girl,"do you think
It will be for my pleasure?" For whose
pleasure is it, then f It isn't for mine,"
returned the child. 1 ' ' " M,w.' : j
' If you grasp a rattlesnake firmly
about the neck' be cannot hurt yon:
says a Wftern paper, . To be perfectly
safe1 It would do well to let the hired
mad do tbe grasping. " ' ' ' -
Sleeping, dining and cook cart
for Its workmen have been lotroduoed
by the Buffalo, Wtsonrgn anti yvesroni
Cfompanyi Only $14 a month is oharged
for board and lodging. ' ' .." t
. S..M nlkiH hi Mill.
Some D1U',,, mi" wvn.
and some will lay up umbrella for a ,
rainy day, lint when the rainy day cornea
the umbrellas will be borrowed.