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Offlc: BnllfiUn BoihUnff, VMhtnrton Avenue
BKTBHBO AT TUB POST (imCl IK CAIRO, IL
L1NOIB, AS SKCOND-C1.ABS MATTER.
opfwial PArKROF city andcouktt
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notico In thl column, eight cent per Hue for
8rt ami five ecun per Una each eulwqueut lnior
tloD. For ono muuth, 50 cent per line.
September 7 to October 221, 1881, the Il
linois Central Kailroad will sell excursion
tickets at greatly reduced rates for tlio
round trip. A. II. Hanson, Gen. Pass. Agt.
J. JonssoN, Gen. Agt., Cairo.
: Fresh Oysters
at Do Buun's 50 Ohio Lcyec.
The Illinois Central Railroad will sell
excursion tickets at greatly reduced rates
for round trip. Commence sale of tickets
September 0th, and continue until October
7th; good to return on until October 10th.
Tho 4:20 p.m. lightning express leaves
Cairo daily with Tollman Slkehcr
through to Cincinnati without change.
A. II. Hanson, Gen. Pass. Agent.
Pehsoxs wishing to enjoy a dish of
oysters quietly can bo accommodated by
going to Mrs. II. Walker, on the north side
of Sixth street, bctweun Commercial and
at Do Daun's 5(5 Ohio Levee.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stupped free. Bend to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
The Groat Triple X.
"XXX Beer," the finest malt produc
tion ever brought to this city, has just been
received in large quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert, near the corner of Eighth
street and Commercial avenue. The
"trippleX" is superior to any other beer in
the country, is a cool and healthy beaverage,
which, once known, will lie preferred to
every other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and trv the "XXX."
Tub Howe Scale Co. enlarged their
works twice last year to meet the demand.
Borden, Sclletk & Co., General Agents,
Chicago, lib (.r))
lee, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My iee is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co., Kankakee, III. Tel
ephone No. 1)2. F. M. Ward.
A new oyster saloon has been opened
by Mrs. II. Walker, in the front room of
her home on Sixth street, which she has
fitted up in elegant style. Families wish
ing to enjoy a quiet meal of oysters should
call on Mrs. Walker.
Oysters by the Can
at De Buun's 50 Ohio Levee.
To All Whom it May Concern.
Notice is hereby given that we, the un
dersigned, will make application to the
Board of Commissioners of Alexander coun
ty, at its next regular meeting, for license
to run a ferry between Cairo and Greenfield
Landing. J.B. Binn.
Use The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
lor sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
loaves to the dozen books. 10 centa each
or f 1.00 per dozen.
in cans at De Buun's.
Dyspepsia, diarrhea, and dysentery can
be cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which give healthy activity to tho
entire system. (8)
Mrs. II. Walkku has fitted up a tnmt
room in tier house on Sixth street in el.
gant style and hat opened therein a first
class oyster saloon for the accommodation
f families. This is a quiet, respectable
place where the public can go and enjoy a
(Jifcti ol oysters in any style desired.
Fresh arrival of Select Oysters ut Avin
gcr&Tharp's Restaurant and European Ho
tel. Ohio Levee, noxt to City National Bank,
every day, and served up to order in tho
best style, cooked or raw, at any hour of day
or night. Also for sale nt lowest market
prices, by can or quart, for family use.
in cans at De Baun's.
A Fine Farm
TO LEASE KoR A TERM OK YEARS.
I will lease my farm at Pulaski 10 miles
from Cairo, to a good tenant for a term of
years. The farm la rich bottom and tim
bered upland, good for fruit and early
gardening; two living springs of water that
have shown no slgu of failing this present
dry season; uew two-story dwelling of 7
rooms witbln five minutes walk of railroad
depot, postofllce and telegraph office!
mineral water as god as the best can be
obtained by driving. At a littlo expense
a fih pond fed by living water can be
made and stocked with natlvo fish. The
wheat crop this season yielded 15 bushels
to the aero and corn will yield 3d bushel to
tho acre. Ai a dairy farm, tho place is un
equaled. New farm implement, cows,
horses, etc. will bo sold with tho lease it
desired. Parties are invited to visit tho
place or address mo by letter.
. M. Lowe, Pulaski, Ills.
Enquiries msy bo made at The Rulletin
office or of J. II. Metcalf, Cairo, Ills.
Show Window for Sale.
A large show window in good order is for
sale by Mra. 8. Williamson. Apply at once
at her millinery establishment at tho foot of
Seventh street, over Mr, A. Ilallcy s store.
The members of the Rod Ribbon club are
requostod to meet et Temperance Hall for
tho transaction of important business to
morrow (Friday) night.
By order of the president.
Sale of Pawnbroker's Clothing-,
At Reeve's Auction House, corner Tenth and
Wnainnfrtnn avenue, commencing Thurs
day, September 8th, at 7:30 o'clock
p. m. Sale every day at 10
o'clock a.m., and every night, at 7:30
o'clock thereafter, ending Saturday night.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Noticed In thece coinmna, ten cent! per line,
each iuertloo. Marked
Hattie S. an elegant small Havana
cigar, at Schuh's.
Fourteenth street is being again severe
ly tested by a moving house.
Hamburg Cordovan.for gentlemen only,
at the City Shoo Store, 140 Commercial
II. E. Inco has removed his gun shop
from Eighth to Sixth street yesterday.
Tho bed for tho unfinished brick walk
on Eighth street is being prepared to re
ceivc tho brick.
- The Hibernian fire company meets at
its engine houso to-night for the purpose of
electing officers for the ensuing year.
Hamburg Cordovan, for gentlemen only,
at the City Shoe Store, 140 Commercial
Tho old barge, which was set afire
above the Cairo and Vincennes railroad
company's wharf boat' on Tuesday, was still
emitting thick clouds of smoke yesterday
Twenty years ago President Garfield
said : "I regard my life as given to my
ennntrr. I am on v anxious to make as
much of it as possible, before the mortgage
on it is foreclosed."
A half interest in tho racing mare
"Jule" has been purchased by Mr. G. E
Smith, who will assume the responsibility
of manacinfr her. Mr. G. E. O'Hara owns
the' other half interest.
A number of men were yesterday at
loading the coal from the barge
. -. o
which sunk in the Mississippi river, oppo
ito Cairo, some time ago, and which is now
lying on dry land, owing' to the shallowness
of the river.
Hamburg Cordovan, for gentlemen only,
at tho Citv Shoo Store, 140 Commercial
Tho work on tho new opera house goes
on without anv interruption. All the men
wanted are hard at work, and there is no
dissatisfuction among them. A large cist
ern was yesterday built in the northwest
corner of the lots.
Mrs. 3. Williamson leaves for St. Louis
and Chicago to day fr the purpose of pur
chasing her full stock of uiiltinery gooda.of
which she expects to bring home an ele
Colonel Ingersoll divides his time in
abuso of the democratic party and the Bible.
Both stand it very well; the Scriptures
have just como out in anew dress and with
other tokens of prosperity, and tho demo
cratic party is waltzing up fresh and lively
and solid for 1884.
An old flue afire in an old frame build
ing near Fourteenth street and Washing
ton avenuo and much unnecessary a-lo
about it was tho cause of a violent clangii.g
of the firo bells yesterday about noon. Tho
entire fire department of the city turned
out, only to find that it was not needed, as
the fire, if there had been any, was out bo
fore tho companies arrived.
Tho following changes have been made
in the United States beacon lights between
St. Louis, Mo., and Cairo, III.: Fort Rush
Tower Tow-head, moved down 200 yards;
Fort Chartres Landing, moved down 300
yards; Fairy Island, moved up 000 yards;
Mouto Saline, moved up mile; Flora
Creek, moved up 300 yards; Foot Scud
der's Towhead, moved up 1100 yards; Eliza
Point, moved up mile; Elk Island,
up 300 yards. New lights Jim Smith's,
Farmers or gardeners should not fail
to see tho patent adjustable harrow at J no.
McNulty's on Commercial avenuo.
An interesting feature of tho cotinci
proceedings of Tuesday night, which ap
pear olscwhero in this tssuo of The Bcllk
tin, is tho petition of tho Cairo and St.
Louts railrad company, asking the council
to grant it the right of way over a portion
of the now leveo and extension of Wash
ington avenue, north of tho old Cross levee.
Tho petition, together with that of tho
owners oi tho majority of tho real estate
abutting tho asked for right of way, was
referred to the ordin&nco committee.
Auction salo of Horses, Wagons, and
Harness at Kouvo's Auction House, corner
Tenth and Washington avenue, Saturday,
Beptembor 10th, at 1 o'clock p. in, .
On Tuesday, the railroads entering
at Littlo Rock, completed their cotton
reports, showing the number of bales taken
from Arkausas for tho commercial year,
ending Reptembcr 1st. Tho Memphis and
Littlo Rock carried 90,010 bales, an Incrnaso
ol W,5U2 bales over the preceding year; tho
L. R. and I. 8. Ry. carrlod 115,000 hales,
an increase of 35,000 balon ovor last year;
the L. K. M. It. and T. Ry, 00,000 bales,
DAILY 0A1HO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1881.
and the I. M. and St. L., from Littlo Rock
city, 77,948 bales, au increase ef 7,000
Tho lody of a colored child in a ci,'ar
box was louud by a negro named George
Washington under tho sidewalk on Twelfth
street, near Railraod atroct. Washington
was assisting City Engineer Charles Thrupp
in making a survey and while clearing Hie
ground to drive a stake the box was dis
covered. Apparently the child had been
dead about three days and was therefore
in a state of decomposition. The body
bore no marks of having been foully dealt
with yet there is some ground for tho belief
that an investigation by tho officers will re
veal some ugly facts.
Tho number ot deaths which have oc
curred in Paducah within tho last week or
ten days ought to havo tho tendency to
alarm tho people thereabouts; for, while it
may not prove a natural unhcalthincBS of the
city, it may bo tho result of noglect on the
part of the health officer. Five persons
ilied there on the first two days ot this
week two on Sunday morning and three
on Monday morning, and of three cases in
which the "News" assigns the causo of
death two of them were fever. It is proba
bly safe to assume that one of the other
two cases, in which the cause of death is
not giveu it was also tever, so that out of
five deaths in two days three resulted from
fevers. Strict sanitary regulations is what
Paducah seems to lack.
Tuesday morning Chief Myers received
a dispatch from Vienna, Ills., seid by a
man signing himself "deputy marshal,"
asking him to arrest a party consisting of a
man, a woman, and a young girl, who had
arrived here from Vienna the same morn
ing. The marshal found the
party after a short hunt, but,
suspecting that the dispatch was not author
itative, telegraphed back to Vienna, asking
for official orders. A reply in the form of
a telegraphic order from Sheriff Allen, of
Vienna, to make the arrest, was soon re
ceived, and thereupon Chief Myers took tho
party in question into custody, and notified
tho sheriff lroru Vienna " to call and get
them. The sheriff and posse of four or
five deputies came down ou the train on
Tuesday night, took charge
of the prisoners aud left with them yester
day morning. The names of the prisoners
are R. H. Kincy, Mattje Uostctter, and
Alice Bowman. The two former are said
to be of not tho best repute and are charged
with having abducted tho latter, who is a
tolerably good looking girl of about four
teen years of age.
It will require heavy work on nearly
all the streets in the city to repair tho dam
ages done to them by tho teams which
haul dirt to fill up Railroad street, aud
it is urgent that the work of general re
pairs cocinicuco very soon. Tho dirt
teams themselves find it difficult now
to drive through many of the
streets because of the almost impassable
condition of tho crossings. For this reason
they have gotten to using one cross street
after another, until nearly all of those in
the lower portion of tho city are i.i a very
bad condition generally, and present some
obstruction somewhere that reuders them
absolutely impassable. Deep ruts in tho
middle of the streets are entirely too com
nion. They are to be seen in nearly every
unpaved principal street in tho city and
serve to make driving in buggies and hacks
a positive torture. Tho planks of many of
tho crossings havo been torn up and the
earth on either side of tho crossings has
been cut away until ruts lrom one to two
feet deep have been formed, into which
vehicles suddenly drop, endangering tho
8pring8,wheels,ctc.,and giving the occupants
a severe shaking up. Several teams should
at once be put to work by the street com
mittec to repair some of tho streets.
Tho city council of Nashville, Tenn.
has passed an ordinance, requiring "drum
mcrs" to pay $100 a year license, and a
penalty of $50 is to bo imposed for viola
tion of tho ordinance. That's what may be
called protection rim mad in the heart of a
frco trade country. Supposo tho city coun
cil of Cairo were to pass a similar ordinance.
The result wotid be, first, that many of the
drummers who now come here would ro-
main away and thus lessen the competition
in trade; second, that thoso who did coinu
lioro would bo compelled to charge moro
for their goods in order to make up for hav
ing to pay tho license would romu indirect
ly out of the pockets of our merchants
would bo compelled to tralo at home
with a few who could afford to
buy largo stocks, but who could not afford
to sell as cheap as the drummers; fourth tho
people the mass of consumers would bo
compelled to pay the small merchant high
er prices for his goods, iu order that ho may
not lose money, Tho only good effect of
such an ordinance would bo that it would
enrich a few wholesalers at home ; but this
would bo accomplished in such a das
tardly manner, tit tho expense of tho small
er merchants and the peoplo, that it cannot
be said to ha a good by any means. It i
not at all likely that tho council of Cairo
will ever think of following tho example of
tho Nashville council and this item is in
dulged in merely to show tho pernicious
ncsa of tho theory oi protection (?) against
PRESIDENT G A K FIELD.
Lono Branch, Sept. 7th, 0 a. m. The
President slept quietly tho greater part of
the night, awakening, however, to take
nourishment. This morning, symptoms aro
normal, and hu appears to havo recovered
from fatigue of journey. Pulse 100, tem
perature 08 4-10. respiration 18.
Council Ciiamiikr, (
Cairo, 111., Sept. 0th, 1881. (
Present his Honor, Mayor Thistlewood
and Aldermen Blake, Halliday, Hinklc,
Hughes, Kimbrough, Saup and Swoboda
Absent-Patier, Pettit and Wood -3.
Alderman Halliday moved that the min
utes of the meeting of August 10th be cor
rected by inserting explanation of tho
mayor relating to his ruling on the third
point of order raised by Alderman Wood in
reference to section 8 ot ordinance No. 43
which ruling was as follows:
The point was not , well taken because
the contract for this part of tho fill was let
by the city council on a motion made by
Alderman Swoboda moved that the min
utes as amended be approved.
j;kpoj!T or city omemts.
Thomas J. Kerth, city treasurer submit
ted report, shotting amount of money in
the city trcasurand amount in the differ
ent funds up to September 1st. On motion
of Alderman Halliday received and referred
to city comptroller for verification.
Report of D. J. Foley, city comptroller,
showing the expenditures and balances in
the several appropriation funds up to August
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On motion of Alderman Swoboda re
ceived and ordered printed with tho pro
ceedings. 1). J. Foley, city comptroller, also report
ed having examined report of Titos. J.
Kerth, referred to him for verification und
found 3uo correct.
On motion of Alderman Halliday re
ceived and filed.
Alderman Pettit appeared in his seat.
Reports of J. II. Robinson, J. P., O. A
Osborn, J. P., and A. Comings, J. M., were
read for approval.
On motion of Aldermau Saup referred to
city attorney for vrrification.
John Cain, city jailer, submitted report
snowing number oi days prisoners Having
served during month of August.
On motion of Alderman Saup received
John B. Phillis, health officer submitted
report showing sanitary condition of city
On motion of Alderman Soup received
REPORT OK COMMITTERS.
Finance committee reported having re
ceived from Titos. J. Kerth the sum of
three thousand and fourteen 93-100 dollars
($3014.03) in cancelled general fund city
orders and thirteen hundred and seventy
and 34-100 ($1370.34) dollars in cancelled
railroad strip fund orders and five hundrcr
and sixty-one dollars (.$301.00) incancelle
coupons from now installment bonds, all of
which they havo this day destroyed by
un motion oi Aiucrman I'cttit receiver
Clerk read petition from Cairo and St
Louis Rail Road Co., wherein they rcprc
Bont that they havo acquired from the Cai
ro Property company the right of way
crosses tho cxtention of Washington avenue,
north of tho Old Cross levee, at a point
about 100 yardB from tho center line of said
Cross levee, and bIso crosses tho northeast
corner of New Leveo street, where said New
Leveo street joins the Old cross levee, 23 ft.
west of the ciut line of New Levee Btreet
and runs south along tho easterly lino of
Now Leveo street, a distance ot 150 feet,
whero it leaves the street and diverges east
along the new right of way; and asks that
tho right of way ncrons tho streets mention
ed, and that an ordinance bu passed, com
plying with request in petition.
Accompanying said petition was bIho
petition lrom S. Staats, Taylor, and Edwin
Parsons, trustees of the Cairo
trust property, owners of
'ho land representing. Moro
than one-half f tho froutngo of
New Leveo street and also owners of tho
land representing more than onu-halfof tho
frontage of Washington avenuo askinir
that tho right of way bo granted to Cairo
and St. Louis Railraod Co. to lay down and
operate a single or doublo lino of rails on
and over tho northerly end of said New
Leveo street to the width of 23 fet mcas
ured cast and west, and to the length or
150 feet measured nortbwardlv and south-
wardly, and across Washington avenuo out
si'loof.and north of the Cross Levee, tho
said railroad company, ils successors or as
Bigns to bo required to add to tho embank
ment now cxististing upon New Levee
street to the west, (with tho same slope that
now exists on tho outsido) to the same
width as said railroad company shall occu
py said embankment with their rails on tho
east sons to maintain the same width of
roadway for general use on tho surface of tho
embankment on said New Levee street as
now exists and to construct and
maintain a crossing over the
embankment on Washington avenuo
to the width of 20 feet, with a slope, on the
approach on each side of the embankment,
of not less than one foot perpendicular to
fifteen teet horizontal,
On motion of Alderman Hughes, peti
tions wero referred to ordinance committee.
Alderman Swoboda presented petition of
Lancaster A Rice, asking that an ordinance
be passed, granting them tho privilege of
erecting a frame building, 50 feet by 100
feet, on lot& No. 2 aud 3, in block 33, city.
Alderman Paticr moved that the petition
be received and referred to ordinance com
mittee, with instructions to prepare an ordi
nance, granting tho privileges asked for.
claims and accounts.
Salary bill of city officers for month of
August was read as follows, viz:
N. B. Thistlewood, mayor. $83 33
I). J. Foley, city clerk 75 00
Thos. J. Kerth, treasurer 30 00
L. II. Meyers, marshal 75 00
Win. B. Gilbert, corporation counsel. 01 67
Wr. K. Hendricks, city attorney 20 83
A. Comings, police magistrate 25 00
John P. Hogan, police constable... CO 00
Goo. 15. Olmsted,
J.B. Phillis, health officer 75 00
Alderman Saup moved that the bills be
allowed and orders drawn on treasurer for
same. Motion carried by the following
Ayes-Blake, Halliday, Hinklc, Hughes,
Kimbrough, Pafier, pettit, Saup and Swo-bod--!).
MISCELLANEOUS ( .LA I MS.
P. 'Culladine, 19 days labor on It.
R. street 28 50
J. Higgins, 10, same 2$ 50
Dan Foley, 1 8 8auie 27 75
P. Masterw.m, ID, same 28 50
u. Washington, 17, same 25 50
(. has. wheeler, 18, same.
N. Perry, 15J, s;une.
W111. Carty, 1&, same 28 50
M. Stanton, 8, same 27 00
M. Schot, 11, same 10 50
P. Flynn, 12'', isame 18 37
J. Moore, 12, same 18 00
M. Haurahan, 3Jj' same r 25
C. Sbcehan, 12, same 18 00
J. Sullivan, 1, same 1 no
Thos. Kallaher, 11, same.' Id 50
M. Dnsr.oll, 15, svme 23 25
W. II. Campbell, 1, same 150
M. Lnwson, N, same 12 00
M. lloulahan, 10, same 15 00
Pat. Healy, )4' days as brick.
liver t0 31
K. Fiti'patrick, hauling G loads of
brick 2 4(1
F. Surbain, hauling 4 loads sand. 3 20
M. Wright, hauling (! loads water 1 50
S. Walter?, 410 ft. 15 in. swer
P'l'P 174 40
J. Klein, 700 brick 4 ;)0
J. Klee, ice for men .on R. R. st... 10 80
C. Thiupp, 8 tlHys as civil m-
V"r lit 00
Wm. Thrupp, G days assisting en-
tf'neer 13 00
Ed. Thrupp, G days moisting en
gineer '. g jo
II. II n non and others, filling 4047
yards dirt on Railroad street
between Second and Fourth
streets at 35 cts Hlfl 45
' Median & Thistlewood, filling on
Railroad street 4,000 yards
between Fourth and Sixth
streets at 35 cents, $1,641.50,
1330 yards between Sixth
and Eighth streets at 37
cents, $501.00; G528 yards be
tween Twelfth and Four
teenth streets at 50 cents,
$3204.00 5400 50
F. Vincent, 8 barrels cement at
11.50 12 00
J. Powers, repairing tools J 20
Alex. II. Irvin, recording pint ot
Railroad addition to the city
of Cairo Ac 47 20
P. Culladine, H days labor "on
streets 10 0o
J. Higgins, 8 same 12 00
D. Foley, 8 same 12 00
P. Masterson, 8 same 12 00
O. Washington, 8 same 12 00
W. Carey, 8 same 12 00
M. Stanton, S Raiue 12 00
M. Schott, 2 'a same 75
T. Kalaher, b same 13 00
M. Driscoll, 8 same 12 00
John Cam, 1 1 davs on streets with
J Knff 10 50
V. Larraher, H days with team .... 24 00
Win. Garin, 8 same 24 nn
F. Serbian, 0 same is no
A. Smith, 3 ilays labor aud haul
ing 12 loads for gutter 15 no
E. Fitzpaf.rick, hauling sewer
pipe, etc., etc IOa
L. Leath, hauling 14 loads 4 90
D. Hudson, haulin 3 loads stone. , 75
fertto, contracting guttering
and curbing as per contract. . 53 44
Tim Gorman, salary as street sup't 00 00
A. Smith, filling 1070yards dirt
on walnut street between
Eleventh and Fourteenth
streets at 34 cents, $202.15,
less former estimate 500 yards
$128.50 130 05
Jenkins & Co. tilling streets as per
contract 234 ti;
Keatin, 27 days labor on side
walks 40 50
C. Duncan, 27 same 40 50
II. Dawson, 27 same 40 50
, Walder, hauling 50 loads mm-
bor. 13 50
F, Sarhaln, hauliug 5 satno i 00
A. Smith, filling 50 yards earth tor
sidewalks at 40 cents 20 00
J. Fertto, contracting 27 7-0 yards
brick sidewalk at 10 cents " 2 78
Cairo Bulletin, printing postal
cards for notices of assessment ' 8 00
Ferguson & Minard, constructing
312 ft. sidewalk on east side
of Commercial, betw. Fourth
and Second sts., at 49 cents. . 153 88
Devore & Lame, reconstructing 423
ft. of sidewalk on south kido
01 Twentieth, between Com
mercial and Poplar, at 39 cts.. 104
C. W. Henderson, tools for side
walk laborers , j a.
M. P. Culladin, 5 kegs 20d nails. 15 25
J. 8. McOahey, 5000 feet lumber. 91 03
H. If. Irwin, preparing affidavits
and swearing commissioners
to sanio, under ordinances No.
50,52 and 57 0 50
M. Wright, burying dead animals 5 28
Alfred Bowers, same 1 25
Sam Brown, removing garbage. . ! 49 00
Courtney A Chmnpin, empty
privy tubs..., jj 80
John Cain, dieting prisoners be
fore and after trial 120 13
Smith & Bro., doz. brooms and
2 whitewash brushes 355
J. Kelee, ice for jail gang 340
E. Fitzpatrick, hauling sand to
. j" : 50
Cairo City Gas Co., Gas consumed
in jail 0 03
R. II. Cunningham, rent of coun
cil chamber 10 00
J. Sproat, ice for clerk's office 2 79
D. Hartman, water pitcher and
glasses 1 20
M. Shelton, sendees as janitor. ... 5 00
E. E. Ellis, blank books for clerk's
office 17 00
J. Coleman, stationary for clerk's
office 3 10
Cairo City Gas Co. gas consumed
in clerk's office 110
Cairo Bi'I.i.ktin publinhing pro
ceedings 27 00
Cairo City Gas Co. gas consumed
in street lamps 247 13
j. .-cihi, iimjii.n man iojmi
Cairo City Gas Co. gas consumed
in police headquarters 6 GO
Cairo Bulletin printing notices
for street supervisors 3 73
J. If. Robinson. J. P., per centago
on fines collected 17 00
O. A. OxlMirp,.l. P., same 9 50
W. E. Hendricks, city attorney,
same 19 20
Circuit court of U. S. southern dis
trict of Illinois cost in case
(.'has. J. Canda vs. City of
Cairo .. .. 07 23
Chas. Ncwland, repairing pump. 20 00
On motion of Alderman Blake referred
to committee on claims.
On motion of Alderman Patier, meeting
D. J. Foi.f.y, City Clerk.
(Detroit Poft Tnliutic.)
It is gratifying to give tho lullowiug
from Mr. Henry Dole, 850 Fourteenth
street, this city : I banc a littlo girl who
was troubied with a severe lameness in bcr
.' gs, pronounced by some erysipelas, by
others rheumatism. I had tried several
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I'lii'.wita n 111111,11 nutu , n ta iuvj uvc. .
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10 upiiy oi. dscooH yju nun 1 nm nnppy 10
sajMhat the use of but one Uittle cured her,
aud she is now able to go to school again.
It als'i cured nte of a K.mc shoulder, and I
rnrtninlu u-niil.l tw.t Iw A-ttlu.ut If ft
ACOOKINti KT'iVR fur m'c. with two Iron potJ
two bake pan and l ertil'llra; will t Hold
for ten Uil hi. Appl at Hiillcilii oflir.
THE H.U.UDAV, !
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THOMSON l.tSVlIS, hEi:XD A!l( IIAII.IIOAU KTRr.Kljj
Ci 1 ito, Illinois.
tiew Hint complete; Hotel, nllh elvvsU
uHunsmi an modem improvement.
Term $i,M) to $1,50 per dsy, Recording to lo-
HUM UI 'QUID.
Ii. V. PAHKKIt .Is CO., LobibwJ
tttth" ioe KiNcl
Rcsdy now, to furnish nd dullvor 1CK in
qttsutlty both wholmslo nd retail, aud st
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES,
I renpoctfully solicit the pstronspe of all my J
frlondt and ss mny uow ones, and ffiiinnteet !
ssUenictlon. JACOB KLEI,
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK, 1
Dental Surgeon. 1
Ornos No. INS Coramorolsl Avenue, bot.
KiKhtti and Ninth Streuu
JR W. C. JOCELYN,
OVKiOB-Klithtk Htreet, near Corns erolal AvJ
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