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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIHO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1881.
Treasurer T J. Kerth.
ClerkDennis. J, Kolev.
CoutmelorWm. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. II. Meyers,
Attorney William Hendricks.
BOA11D ur iUIIUKIK,
KlrstWard 1'eterBaup. T. M . Klmbrottgh.
Second Ward Jesse lluiklo, 0. N. Hughes.
Third Ward-JI. V, Make, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charles 0. Patier, Adolph Swo
boda. Klfth Ward-T. W. Hilllday, Ernest B. Pettit.
County Officers. .
Circuit Jttdiffi II. !. linker.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvln.
County Judge K. 8 Yocuin.
(,'ou nly Clerk 8. J. II urn in .
County Attorney J. M, Damron.
County Treasurer-Miles W. Parker.
Kherltf Jolin Hodges.
Coroner R. Fitzgerald.
Couoty Commissioners T. W. Ilalllday, J. A.
fllbbs suit Samuel Hrlley.
(AlROBAPTHT.-Corn-jr Tenth and l'oplar
.streets; preachlug flrt and third Sunday! In
each month, II a m. and 7:S) p. m.: prayer meet
ing Thursday, 7 ::jO p.m.; Sunday school, t:ao a. to
tWV. A. .1. 11 Ban, 1JIS10T.
CHURCH OF TUB KKDBKMKK Eilatmal)
fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00 a. in.. lloiy
KuchasUt; a m , Sunday achool ; 1U:S a.m.,
Morning prayers; B:H0r. m., evening prayer. K.
P. Davenport, 8. T, II. Hector.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUKCH -I'reachlng
at 10:80 a. n. , 3 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
Sahhalb acbiMil at 7:30 p. m Httv. T. J. Hborea,
Jt'TII K RAN - Tbtrtocn'h street; ssrvltes Hah
J bath l:3o a. m. ; Sunday school 2 p tu. Rev.
METHODIST Cor. Eight!' and Walnut streets;
Preaching Sabbath li:30 a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:80 p. m ; Sunday
School, It a. m. Rev, Wlilttaker, pastor.
1)RKBBYTKRIAN Eighth street; preaching on
Sa'ibath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:ip. m.; Sunday School
at J p.m. hv H. Y. Ocore, pastor.
ST. JOSKIUI'S-i Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnut streets; services Hahbath 10:80 a.
.; Huuday School at 2 p. m.; Vespers Sp. m.; ser
vices every day at H a. m. Hot. O'Hara, Priest.
ST. PATRICKS- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
trt-et and Washington a venae; services Sab
bath 8 and 10 a.m.; Vespers 8 p.m.; Sunday School
t p. m. services every day at 8 a. m. Kev. Maaterson
II K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTRA L It. R.
TRAINS DKPABT. T1UNS AKHIVf..
tMall- 1:10 a.m
tKxcreari 3:Jt p.m
tAccomdatloa... 11:10 am
MISS CENTRAL R. K.
tMall 5:ip.mMal) .. SA'ia.m
tSiprenn ll::a m tKxprcsa 9:J0a.m
C. ST. L. R. R. (Narrow Gauge.)
Riprsss 4:10p.m Express 9:10a. m
Accom'datolnl2::t0p.m Acrom'dstlon. l:S0p.m
Sandayexcur'n 8:0s p.m Sunday exeur'n 8:40 a.m
ST L , I.M. AS. R R.
tBxpris 2:Va.m I tExprcsa ..12:'p.m
tAccim'datlon. i:'Wp.m tAccom'datlon.ll:4.'ja.m
CAIRO t INCENSES R. R.
Mall A E .... 5:O0a.mMall& Ex.... 9:58p m
Dally except Snnday. t Dally.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Kunnint;
9 DAILY TRAINS
U From Cairo,
Making Direct Connection
Trains Lia Caiwi:
:-l:lfj iv m. Mml.
Arrlvloghi St. Loula :4S a.m. : Chicago, R:.'Wo.m.;
Connnctlng at Uilin aud Klllugham for Cincin
nati, ioulavllli). ludlHURpolia and points Kaet.
11:10 a.m. Ht. Ijouis anil AVestorn
Arriving in Bt. Louie 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for all points West.
4:UO p.m. l-'nst Kxprt'ss.
JorSt. Lonla and Chicago, arriving at St. Loul
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:20 a m
4:UO p m.Clnfliiniiti KxprenB.
Arriving at Clnclniiatl 7:00 a.m.; l.otnavllle 7:20
a m.; ludlanapolU 4:o n.m. I'lincengcra hy
this train reach the aliovo points l'J to Jtl
HOURS In advance of any other route.
tr,Tho4:J0 p. m, expresa has PULLMAN
HLKEl'INU CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through elecperH to St, tonla and
Fast Timo Iast.
T ,,miwiiu l'T thin linn gothrotigh to KaM.
raSHCniXClM ,.rn points without any delay
caused by fliinday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairn arrives In new York Monday
morning at 10::i:. Thirty-six hour in advancuof
"rFoMhro'ugh tlrkets and further Information,
tpply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
lAn JOHNSON. "ON KB,
JA"-(Zi Southern Agent. Ticket Agent.
A.n. HANSON, Own. Pass. Agont. Chicago
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TRAIN LRAVI CAIRO,
Arkansas and Texas Express 11:30 a.m. Dally
ARR1VK AT CAIRO,
Bxpross 8:58 a.m. Dally
Accommodation .w -
Ticket omco: No. 55 Ohio Levcj,.
jyi. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Opmoii-No. 1S8 Commorclal Avonao, botween
Eighth and Ninth street
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
FFICK-Etghtk Street, near Commercial Avenat
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholenalo Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEII
PACKED FOR 8IIIPPINO.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyj)tian Flouring Mis
Iliirbest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIER & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street 1 f n tyn T1
Commercial Avenue! VttUU, Aiit
CAIBO AND NEW MADRID PACKET-
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J. Tl'KNER, Master.
J. K. MUSE, Ckrk.
Leaves Cairo for New Madrid and way points
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdtty at 2 p, m.
neiurning leaves new .nauriu , uuuveuajr, , uun;,
aud Monday t 7a.m.
For freight or passage appiy to
JAMK8 IUt;OH, Agent.
(jt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on hand
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trlmmlngs"are coarse sbavtngs and make
the boat summer wood for cooking purposess well
as the cheapest ever aold in Cairo. For black
smith's use insetting tires, they are unequalled
Leave ynor orders at the Tenth street wood yard
JESSE HINKLE & SON,
79 OIIIO LEVEE.
tVLarce stock of fresh meats of all kinds con
stantly on hand. Meat delivered to any part of the
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. .
Cooncil CrtAMmcu, I
Cairo ,111., Oct. 4th, 1881. f
Present HiH Hon. Muyor TliiHtluwood
and Aldermen Blake, Hulliday, Ilinkle,
Hughes, Pettit and Wood 0.
Absent Kimbrouli, Patiur, Baup and
Alderman Hughes requested that the
minutes of last regular meeting ho changed,
bo as to have his volo read '"nay" on all
billg for lalwr on Railroad street.
(Alderman Swoboda Hppeared in his
Alderman Wood moved to approve of
minutes, as corrected by request, without
reading. Motion carried.
ItKl'OUT OK OKFK'KKSi.
Tho8. J. Kerth, city treasurer, submitted
report, showing amount of money in treas
ury up to October 1st, alao amount paid out
for various purposes during month.
On motion of Aldermun IJtlliday, refer
red to comptroller for vf-rification.
Report of I). J. Foley, city comptroller,
for month of August, 1SS1, showing the
expenditures and balances in the several
appropriation funds up to September iJOth,
Fun WUAT Ac (.T.
Hoard of Health..
City Building ,..
I merest Coupons.,
liailroad Strip ....
Hi.1 1 t'Klr)
bOtMti no VM-i 4!)&0"1 51
On motion of Alderman Pettit, received
and filed and ordered printed with proceed
ings. 1). J. Foley, city comptroller, also re
ported on report of Thos. J. Kerth for
month of August, 1881, referred to him for
verification as finding same correct.
On motion of Alderman Swoboda, re
ceived and filed.
John Cain, city jailor, submitted report,
showing number of days prisoners baring
served in month of September.
Alderman Pettit moved to receive and
L. II. Myer?, city marshal, submitted re
port of number of arrests made by police
force in September; also amount of . dog
tax collected up to date.
Alderman Wood moved to refer reports
to committee on claims. Motion carried.
O. A. Osborn,..!. P., submitted report of
fines assessed and collected during monllt
Alderman Wood moved to receive and
file report. Motion carried.
(Alderman Suup nppeared in his sent.)
RejKrt of Traber Arter, street supervisor
for months of August and September, 1881,
showing the following names of persons as
having paid l.o0 street tax, either by cash
Henry Jordan, Chas Coleman, George
Dillion, A A Mohan, Mr OTeal, J Hender
son, Dick Mitchel, A J Payne, R White,
Geo Lane, Milton Urowne, Steven Pikes,
Dan Bass, Henry Morris, Dave Payne, Jim
Tuttlc, Mr Brown, Pat Corcoran, Mr Allen,
D Brown, Horace Glnsscow, Ed Lorlins,
Ambrose Brown, Jim Grey, Eli Leonard,
S Bowling, Henry Hays, W J Lyons. II
Wright, Van Terry, .lira Thomas, C John
son, S Roundtree, Geo Morns, Joseph
Bledsoe, Win Cattolus, Frank Hilfrey, Pat
Driscoll, Joseph Bailey, L Henry, S Red-
man, P C Bush, H Quinn, Geo Odens, Ed
Chcathem, M Vincent, J C Clark, D W
rrindale, Frank Howe, J Keifer, F Swobo
da, Geo Washington, Peter Brown, P Dtif-
fey, Wm Redden, Albert Frost, L Johnson,
Ison Findle, Tom Arnold, Henry Jefferson,
Chas EvanB, Wm Thomas, D Laforn, 11
Young, Barney McManus, Andrew Alexan
der, Wm M Dalncy, Peter Jones, Rich
Taylor, II Deane, W L Scott, Mike Stan
ton, Chas Testard, Henry Vuigley, John
Harris Leo, Robt Baird, Chris Hellly, John
Keanen, Mason Ashford, F W Stophlet, II
GibBon, F Suillivan, M Wiley, S Wheeler,
Sam Booker, Frank Koehler, Sam Bedford,
Dennis Callahan, Henry Graves, Jem Ma
son, Wm Parker, Sam Beck, M Galted,
Martin O'Shee, Geo Wilson, John Jeffer
son, C. Nelson, Joseph Henry, Jim Lai more,
Frank Gunshear, Geo Anderson, John Van
vaxter, A Ricks, A Mohan, Henry Biggs, M
Wilson, F Fisher, Alex Martin, Jack Camp
bell, Louis Graham, P Gudder, John Mor
gan, W Watson, A McDauiel, John Barry,
Sam Orr, A Martly, John Clancy, John
Conner, John Hooks, E Miller, M Edwards,
James Freeman, Henry Williams, Henry
Daily, Henry Watson, W Coleman, S Farn
baker, Chas Red, Win Guide, J Thompson,
Joo Jackson, Goo Ester, 0 Banks, Wm Ray,
Wm Moore, J Rench, It Powell, E Thomas,
Mr Jorden, John Horn, Jim Allen, James
Barron, L Adams, 0 Stewart, J. Scott, B
Amount paid in cash $105 50
Amount paid in labor 80 00225 50
Less 20 per cent coir mission
on same- 45 10
Balance duo city, less labor 30 00150 40
ItKl'OUT Otf COMMITTEES
Ordinance committee reported the fol
lowing ordinance, which was read first
time, aR follows:
01(01 NANCE NO. .
An Ord nuncu Providing fur the Conntmctlon and
He cofiHtrnetioa of certa.n Sidewalks.
lie i ordained by the City Council of tho City of
SKc.r.oN 1. That tho following sidewalks be re
constructed of lrlck, viz: On the easterly side of
I'oplsr street, between 17th aud IHlh streets; on tho
NiTtlitrly side o( I7tli street, between l'oplar and
Couiiiierc.iiil ave., (eic)tint lu front ol lots
Muck i, llrst addition to Cairo, already built by Tot
owners); on the easterly side of Washiuirtun ve.,
MO feet liorrliwiir.l from corner of (Un street.
Hue. t. Th.it the following aldewiillts be r con-striicU-d
of wood, vi.: On the northerly side of Kith
street, between Washington avenue and l'oplar St.;
On the en. trrly side of WaebfnKton ave between
Kith and "".h stiee.ts ; on the westerly side of Wali
liiKton uvemiu. between tfitband Center streets; on
the aotitliurly side of xnui street, between Washing
ton avenue and poplar street; on the Wenterly sldo
of Walnut street, between llth and lltli streets; on
tho easterly side or Walnut slrett, between lltli
and Utti streets; on the northerly siilu ot Mb St.,
between Commercial avenue and Walnut street;
on the southerly side of Mil street, between Vab.
iiiKtnn LVeniio anl Walnut street, excepting in
(runt of lots , block , city of Cairo, alremlv
built by owners; on the easterly sliln of Washing
ton avenue, betwneu 5th and Olh streets; on Hie
wester! side of Commercial avenue, between .'Hub
and .'fcM streets; on tlii northerly siile of -Slh street
"liiiiiy r :r.'A f ct Irorn l'oplar street lowurris t.'nm
mirrr; avenue; on tho s'UiltK'riy side .it tfih st.,
betwuM.i ( oiniuei ji'il H'.'-nm and I'oplnr street.
br.f. i. That a sidewalk bu codsIiui ted ni wu id,
on the easterly side ot l'oplar street, betwfeu -i'lth
and .'7tli streets.
sr.i:. i. Ihut the fori'troniR sidewalks beconsliur
ted and reennstrurted in arroiduiiro with the re
nutreinents ot the ordtiianees of the rily, providlui;
lor the construction of sidewalks
bK ft. 'i'bii loral improvement herein provuled
for, Khali be made hy spec ial assessments, find In
accordnnCM with the provisions of sections IH toM,
inclusive, of of Art . :i, ol the not of tho Uenernl
Assembly ol the State of Illinois, approved April
I'Ull, !7'J. and entitled ' hii art to provide for the
Incorporation of cities and villages," and the cost
and expenses of tho constrte-llon and reconstruc
tion "t said sidewalks shall be paid outoflho
Junils ariii from said special asscKsinotits.
Hkc. i. The fiwner of any lot fronting on tho side
walk, provision for the building of which is made
by this ordinance, ahull be allowed thirty davs uf
ter the time at which this ordinnnrc takes ellect In
which to build that portion of said sidewalk oppo
site his lot, and i hereby relieve the same from
assessment; provided the work shall conform in all
respects to the rcouirements of this ordinance, and
be done to the satisfaction and approval of thcCoin
tnlllee n Stretts.
Ordinance laid over under tho rules.
Ordinanre committee also reported the
following ordinance, which was read first
time, as follows:
An Ordinance 1'rovldinj; for tho Improvement of
certain streets to bo made by special assessment.
Re It ordained by the city council of tho city of
Section 1. That Sixth, Seventh, Ninth. Tenth
and Twelfth streets, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, Commercial avenue, Irom
Eighth to Twentieth streets, be Improved
in the manner herenlalter provided, vl, :
S.tld streets shall bo civered withgiavolot a good
quality for such purpose, or with macadam or
broken lime stone, or both together, to bu laid to a
depth of one foot, in the center of said street, with
a gradual decline to a thickness of nine Inches at.
the edge of tho guttering or sidewalk, as the case
may be: I'rovidcd.said streets shall be first graded,
so as to give proper crown all'ordlng sulliclent
Suction 2. That Washington avomw. from Second
street to Twenty-eighth street, he lmprovvd In the
manner following, via: That twenty feet on either
sine ot tue certer line or satu avntia be covered
with gravel of a good quality for such purpose, or
with macadam or broken lime stone, or both to
gether, to be laid to a depth of one foot In the cen
tre of said avenue, with a grAdual decline each way
to a thickness of nine inches. I'rovided, said nvu
ntioshuU be first graded, so as to give proper crown
affording suMcleut drainage thereto. That shade
trees of such kindi. as may be selected by order of
the c tr council, be placed along on either side of
said avenue, between Second and Twenty-eighth
streets, ffl feet spurt and feet from the outer lino
of sidewalks. I'rovided, that whero shade trees
am-nil, . ilrt, o( u kind aim location sbaprn satis
factory to the committee on streets, noiiu shall bu
placed in their stead.
Suction H. That Sixth street, between Waaliing
ton and Cenitnercial avenues, bu further improved,
as follows, viz: Curbing of good hard lime-stone
or fand stone, at leat twenty Inches In depth and
not less than four Inches thick shall he laid in a
proper and workman-like manner on a lino ten
feet distant from Out lines of lots fronting on did
street, Said curbing shall be properly connected
with gut'eriug at least three feet wide of similar'
quality of stone as the curbing, constructed with
blocks of said stone not less than seven iuches
thick to be llrmly and securely laid.
Section 4. The : local improvement herein provid
ed for shall be made by special assessments, and ,n
accordance with the provisions of sections 18 to 51,
Inclusive, of art. !l, of the set of the general assem
bly "fth'i state of Illinois, approved April loth,
1H7J, and entitled, "An act to provide for tho incor
poration of citicf and villages," and the cost and
expenses of the construction and reconstruction ol
said improvements shall be paid out of the funds
ansieg from euid special assessment
Ordinance laid over under the rules.
Finance committee reported Inving re
ceived of Thos. J. Kerth, city treasurer, the
sum of three thousand and twenty six
37-100 (,020.:J7) dollars in rancclled gen
eral city orders, and seven thousand five
hundred and sixty-one 81-100 (if7,5C1.81)
dollars in cancelled railroad strip fund or
ders, and seven hundred ami forty-five
50-100 (fr-l.VSO) dollars in cancelled cou
pons from new installment bonds, all of
which they have destroyed by' burning
Clerk read petition of Travis Daniel, ask
ing that the timo for the commencement of
the water works, ns granted August 20th,
be extended to February 15, 1882.
Alderman Saup moved to refer petition
to ordinance committee. Motion carried.
Clerk read petition of Singer Mfg. Co.,
asking that they bo granted permission to
erect a log-hoist across the levee opposite
On motion of Alderman Hughes, referred
to committco on streets.
Alderman Blako presented petition of
Jenkins, Taylor & Co., contractors, for fill
infl certain streets, asking that an incrcaso
of ten cents per yard bo granted them on
the filling of 800 yards dirt on Commercial
avenue, between Twenty-first and Twenty
On motion of Alderman Hughes, referred
to committee on Btrcets,
CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
Salary bill of city oflicers for month of
September was rend as follows, viz :
N.B.Thistlewood, mayor 8ll 811
D.J.Foley, city clerk 75 00
Tims. J. Kerth, treasurer 50 00
L. H. Myers, marshal 73 00
Win. B. Gilbert, corporation counsel. 1)1 07
W.E. Heudricks, city attorney 20 83
A. Comings, police magistrate 25 00
John P. Hogan, police constable CO 00
Goo.iE. Olmsted, " . . . . AO 00
Jas. Kinncar, " " .... 00 00
Henry Dunker, " " .... 00 00
P. Miihouey, .... 00 00
Warren Wiins, " . " .... CO 00
John Tyler, .... 00 00
J. B. I'hillis, health officer 24 days. . 00 00
Alderman Saup moved to allow salary
bill, and that orders bo drawn on treasurer
for satno. Motion can led ns follows:
Ayes-Blake, H illiday, Hinkle, Hughes,
Pettit, Saup, Swoboda and Wood 8.
Nays - None.
P. (,'ulhtilin, 10,'4'dnys on streets
tl.50 24 27
J. Iligk'iiiH, 12,'4 days same la b7
D. Foley, 10'.,' days same 24 37
P. Masterson, 15 days same 22 50
(i. Washington, 15' days same. . 23 02
Wm.C'ary, 15 days same 23 02
M. St anton, 12.'i days Bame 18 37
M. Sehott, 15 if days same 23 02
M. Diitcoll, 14 if days same 22 12
Thos. Kallaher, 14J days same. 21 37
Wm. flat in, H') days with teatu tit
E. Fitzpatrick, :t;'f days samo 11 50
.J. Tei'tler, 2,Vi' days stone mason
at $3.5(1 ) 02
J. Cuin, Kl days with jail gang. . , 1!) 50
Tiio Gnrtimi, salary ns street supt. CO f.d
J. Ili'ins, : days labor on Rail-'
mad htreet ; , . 50
I'a MMi ron, 2 same 3 00
M. Stanton, :i sumo 4 50
M. DriMtol, 'I name. . 3 do
P. Hcaky, 1 g' days as brick mn-
son at f:i.2o ' 4 87
Win. Uaiin, 2 days with team at
f I 00 0 00
.1. Towers, repairing tools 2 25
J. Kline, 1 ,10(1 brick !) 80
(.'has. Thnipj), "i days as civil
engineer, at fS.OO 00 00
Win. Thrupp, 2) days assisting
same, nt $2.00 5 00
Ed. Thrupp, i same, at 1.35. . 2 00
II. A. Ilanivm and others, filling
5,5(50 cubic yards of dirt on
Railroad street, at 35 cents. . 1040 00
James Keating, 20) days labor
on hidewalks 30 75
Chas. Duncan, Hi same 24 00
II. Dawson, 20 same 30 00
P. Wahler, hauling 27 loads lum
ber, nt 25 cents 6 75
J. S. Mef Jaliey, 5.000 feet of lum
ber, at l(i.(j0 80 00
Arab rue Company, quarterly al
lowance 00 00
Rough and Ready Fire Company,
same CO 00
Hibernian Fire Company, same.. 00 00
Delta City Fire Campany, same. . GO 00
Anrhor Fire Company, same. ... CO 00
D. J. Foley, to i xpressagi! on coup
ling, and postage on notices
for proposals 95
R. II. Cunningham, rent of council
chamber 10 00
Cairo City (Jus Company, gas for
clerk's office 55
M. Shelton, janitor for council
chamber . . . 5 00
John Sproat, ice for clerk's office 2 00
Cairo Bulletin, publishing pro
ceedings 27 25
John Cain, dieting prisoners be
fore and after trial, in Scptfrn
ber..., 130 20
Cairo City Gas Company gas for
jail ." 4 70
Sol. Talley, plastering and repair
ing flue at jail 0 50
John A. Poor, patching roof of jail 5 00
Sam Brown, removing garbage as
per contract 29 00
I). B. Thistlewood, hauling dirt to
abate nuisance 80
Courtney & Ch.iu; i-.i., emptying
privy tubs 7 50
W. E. Hendricks, percentage on
fines collected 19 00
(). A. Oslmrn, same. 11 50
Cairo Bulletin, 5H sheet cards,
mayors notices 3 00
Cairo City Gas Company, tjas con
sumed in police headquarters 4 40
Cairo City Gas Company, gas con
sumed in street lamps 253 05
M. Wright hauling dead animals. 0 25
A. I (alley, hard warn for park .... 2 85
Wm. Brackey, watching park .... 5 00
H. T. Gerotild, repairing pump. . 10 00
St. Mary's Infirmary, care of pa
tients . 11 42
F. Vincent, 2 barrels cement for
Railroad street 3 00
J. Klee, iee for men on Railroad
street 12 05
F. Vincent, linio for 1 nil 115
0.0. Carleton & Co., 500 feet 2
inch hose with couplings, at
H2' cents 412 50
0. W. Henderson, 1 stove cvlmder
for clerk's nOkc 7 00
Meehan &, Thistlewood, tilling
4,520 yards of dirt on Raii
road street, between Tenth and
Twelfth streets, at 45 cents. . . 2038 05
Wm. Rice, papering room at jail. 4 70
On niution of Alderman Pettit referred
to committee on claims.
Mayor Thistlewood informed the council
that since last meeting tho city has sustain
ed a loss by tho death of John B. Philhs,
health officer, of a faithful and efficient
Alderman Wood moved that a committco
of three bo appointed to diaft resolutions of
respect touching the death of tho deceased
oflicer. Motion carried.
Tho mayor appointed as such committco
Aldermen Wood Hughes and Halliday.
Ordinanco committee reported as per
request of tho mayor anil marshal, tlio fol
lowing ordinance, which was read tho first
timo ns follows:
ORDINANOK NO. .
An Ordinance nmexdlng Hortlon No, Ml of Chaptor
IX of Revised Ordinances,
Ilu It Ordained by tho City Conncll or the City of
Hr.i rtoN 1. Thai section Ml of Chapter IX of tin)
Revised Ordinances he atnetuled so ks to hereafter
read as follow. . to wtt: Sec Ml. Tho license for
evnrv circus and side show shall be filly dollars; for
uvery concert, ten dollars; for every other tempo
rarv show. nerlormancM. exhibition or entertsln-
merit, such s musoiimsiiud 110100111111 f.ve dollar
for every dav so performing or exhibiting In tbo
city of Cairo; and everi nrgnu grinder and exhibit
or of stereoscopic or panoramic views, performing
01 exhibiting In the city, shall pay the sum of two
dollars Into the city treasury for every day ho may
so exhibit or perform; and every owner or person
who exhibits or performs In any manner, any flying
dutchman, swing, striking machine, Inng tester or
blowing machine, lifting machine, elect) Ic galvanic
battery, or any similar device or devices, shall pay
Into the city treasury tho sum of one dollar for
each and every day so exhibiting or perlormlag.
Provided that no such license at 0110 dollar per day
shall tm gra .ted for a less period than live days.
Tlio licence for a theatre or other such place of
amusement shall he tlxed hy the city council on ap
plication of the proprietor of such intended place
of amusement; a bond, however, the amount ot
which said council may fix, being required that snch
theatre or place of amusement shall be kept to an
orderly manner; provided that lectures on scientif
ic, historical or literary subjects, or exhibitions or
milSlcal OarlieS And CntlSj.tB irliin ft .....I., t,n tl,n
citizens of tho city for charitable, religious or be-
ue.uieoi put poses, uueo noi ne licensed.
Alderman Saup moved to suspend the
rules and place ordinance on its second
reading. Motion carried as follows:
Ayes Wake, Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes
Pettit, Saup, Swoboda and Wood 8.
Ordinance read tho second time.
Aldermau Saup moved to adopt ordi
nance as read.
Motion carried by tho following vote:
Ayes -Blake, Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes,
Pettit, Saup, Swoboda and Wood 8.
The mayor informed council that in con-
scoieuco of errors wade by the commis
sioners lor the assessment of sidewalks and
afreet improvement, it would be necessary
to reappoint commissioners f r said assess
The mayor placed in nomination as said
commissioners: C. Lame, T. Gorman and
George E. Olmsted.
Alderman Wood moved to approve of the
Motiou carried and appointment con
firmed. Tho following state and city liquor bonds
were read for approval: P. Mockler, Frank
W. Susanka & Co and Patrick Walsh.
On motion of Alderman Saup, approved.
State liquor bond of Frank Epperhimer
was referred back for further security.
On motion of Alderman Hughes, meet
ing adjourned. D.J. Folet,
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 6th, 1881 (
Present His honor, Mayor Thistlewood ,
and Aldermen Hughes, Patier and Wood
Absent Aldermen Blake, Halliday,
Hinkle, Kimbrough, Pettit, Saup and Swo
A quorum not being present on motion of
Alderman Hughes, meeting adjourned un
til 7 :30 p. m. to morrow.
D. J. Foley, City clerk.
Set Back 42 Years.
"I was troubled for many years with
Kidney Complaint, Gravel, &c; my blood
became thin; I was dull and inactive;
could hardly crawl about; was an old work
out man all over; could get nothing to help
me, until I got Hop Bitters, and now I am
a boy again. My blood aud kidneys are
all right, and I am as active as a man of
30, although I am 72, and I have no doubt
it will do as well lor others of my age. It
is worth a trial (Father.) Sunday Mer
Jos. L. Foote. tho commodore. Elo-in. Ill-
says Thomas' Eelectric Oil cured him of
sciatica with one applicatinn, thoroughly
applied. It also cured him of a severe
cold and cough. Ho thinks it a very valu
able remedy, and will never be without it.
Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
By the community at large has been
given to Burdock Blood Bitters. No in
stance is known where dissatisfaction has
been manifested by their use, or whero
aught but benefit followed their adminis
trations. Frico $1.00, trial sizo 10 cents.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Sowing and Reaping.
When a young lady hems handkerchiefs
for a rich bachelor, she sews that she may
reap. When seedB of disease are planted
through over indulgence, you can prevent
the undertaker from reaping tho benefit by
using Spring Blossom. Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents. Paul G. Schuh,
Dysvkvsia, diarrhea, and dysentery can
ho cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which give healthy activity to tho
entire system. 0)
Many nil roads have discarded the old
maKo of scales, suhsfitiitinir the improved
Howe. Borden, Selliek it Co., Agts., Chi-
Ti'MoitH. crvsinefiis. mercurial diseases.
scrofula and general debility cured by "Dr.
Lindsey s Blood Searcner.
'Sihxkhh' Liver Tills" have been tho
standard remedy for malaria, liver com
plaint, costiveiiess. etc, for City years.
EORQE 1I.LEACII.M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Hnor.lal attention paid to the Homoooathlo treat
ment of surgical diseases, and dlseasea of womeu
Office t Nolo Klahth itroet. noar Commercial
avonao, Cairo, III.
II. MARFAN, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician ami Snr?eou.
Oflkn on Commercial avenue near the comer of
Klght.b street, over Tabor Brother's Jewelry Horn,
Hvnldeiif.il corner Koiirtecnth s'reet ami Wash
Thu Celebrated Klnctrn-Vupor and Medloali J
Rath which N au inifiiliitix run for RUuuiHni
Neuralgia. Kuver-Agus and man other alluisuls,
administered dally during uilloo hour.
Offlce hours, from sto 14 a. m from 1 10 and
from 7 to 8 r.