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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 6. 1882.
Clrutt Judge 0. J. Bilker.
Circuit Clrk-A. 11. lrvio.
County Judge R. (J Yocui..
County Clera 8. J, Bumm. ,
County Attorney J. M.Damron.
(.'0IU1I7 Treasurer Milee W. Parker.
Coroner -R. FUngi-rald.
County Commissioners T. W. Halllday, J. A.
Glbhs and I'eter Saup.
City Officer. ,
Treaurr T J.Kerth.
Olurk Utnni. J, Foley. '
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
SUrtili&l L. H. Meyers,
Attorney William Uecdrlckl.
0AU1 or AJJJIHKIK.
runt Ward-Peter Sanp. T, M. Ktmhrongu.
Kcund Ward-Jesse liinkle, C. N. Uughe.
Third Ward B. F, Blake, John Wood.
KotuUi Ward-Charlea O. Patier, Adolpu 8wo-
"'1'irtb Werd-T.W.'HalHdv.BroetB. Petttt.-
CtAIRO BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth end Poplar
; etreets; preaching first aud third Sunday, in
eaca moulli, 11 a. ra. and 7: p. tu.: prayer meet
in, Thursday. p. mv. SunJay -cU l:a
CHCnCll OP TEK REDEEMER IBpIaeopal)
Fourteenth street; bnndey 7.W a Holy
fiu-hasUt; :50 a. m , Sunday school 10:43 ail)..
Horning prayers :8:00 p. m.,wnln ayer. F.
P. Davenport, B. T, H. Hector.
TlRsT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CRUHCH.
T l'lMachlug at 10:50 a. n... I p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
Sabbath school at 7:30 p. m. Usv. T. J. Snort,
f crnERAN-Thlrteentn ttreet; eerrlu Bo
I J bath 1 :30 a. a. ; Sunday ecbooi 2 p. m. Kef.
MKTHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnnt iitreeU.
rWhln,; Sabbath 11:U). ro. J?'
Sunday School at p. m. Rev J. A. Scarrttl,
.ufuuvpirnTiilRtohth itret: Dreachlng on
1 hiMtt'ih at 11:00 m.and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
mtloi; Wdnlay at 7:p. m.; Sunday School
at p.m. Rev B. V. Geore, pastor.
CV. JOSEPH 8-HRomen Catholic) Corner Croee
O and Walnnt streets; nmi oouui !..
b. : tsundsy Bcueoi at p. m., t-
fuei every day at 8 a. a. Ret. O'Hart, Priest.
r Jinllc Corner Ninth
b s'reet and Wuhlnxtun avenue; eerrleee Sab
oa;h It and Ma. m. ; Veprt J p. m ; Sunday School
i u. ta. tervtcvt every oy nimi. iw.
B.R.TISIB CARD AT CAIEO-
ILLINOIS CSjTtEAL R- B.
. . TKANS ABIlTTf
' i l3a.mlTMill 4:OJa.m
. . . " 'm. ...... ii -in . SKinm. 11:11) a. ID
rExtre'' P m I ,Atoimdatto...05 P-m
wrea rtVTHALR. R.
Mall '-. 4 M.mtMall....-.. .. 5:(p.m
Krr.r.a lu:15a m I tKlDree U:e m
n uT I P R rVkirnv Oanire.l
V .7 . ... " - ' t
ir. ...... fi.-4i. m Rinruta SrOt.B
Accom dation. 1 :36 p.m Accom'datoln 12: p m
UT T I U H R.
fgx .r.M il:iWp.'m I'tKipreM..... :W ' P
ticoora oatiou. :30p m fAccom dtlon.U. a m
WABASU. 8T. LOLIM A PACIFIC. R'Y CO.
Ma.lt K .... 5:00 vm Mall Kx.... 9:38 p.m
li!y t'lcept Sunday. T
INOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
. The Onlv Line Running
0 DAILY TRAINS
Makino Direct Connection
Tmini Lit Caiiv: ,
a:l ftnm. MrII.
ArrlvtntMn t. Loul. 9 :4S a nr: Cblcaij(.B:p.Tti.j
Coum-cuun at Odin and Bfflnghara for Cincin
nati, Lonlivllle, IndJaaapolil and polnU Baft.
ll:LO a.m. 8t. Iouin and "Western
Arlvlcg In Bt. Loula7:0Sp. m., and connecting
tor all poiuta We.t.
4:0 p.m. Fiwat Kiprte.
UnrHt. LouU and L'htcacp, airlvwu at St. Lonlf
" to:Wp.m.,andChleago7:ao a.m
4 :UO p.m. Cintiinnftti Kpre.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:W a.ra.j Ijoui.rille 7:
1 a.m.; Indlnnapoll. M .m. P",?8.,'r,ob.?
I thi train react the ahovo point 1 J to JO
' iloUHS In advanco of any other route.
tWTh4:20 p. m. exproM hi
l rJSI'INCATt Cairo lo Cincinnati, without
t liaiiifee, and through aloepora to St. LouU ana
f Fast Time East,
F a --nn rrnva nT thl line gothrough to Kftt
U aSSCllKCIS 0rn pnlnw without ny delay
I Lauodby Bnndarlntprronluir. The Sturday after
I loon train froui Cairo errlvealn new ork Monday
,uornlu((atlO::tft. Thlrty iUt hour In advance of
nyoinerrouui. . . .,...
tKor tiiroiiL'n ticmi" ana -"-i
m. . a.i. .... . i tt-il..il fVtiw.t i'lklrn
llIT Ul lliiiniin unguiu ii" iJill iljl
... . . in. .......! u.n.niiil rtiiniit. Cairo.
Oe n . Southern Agent. , Ticket Agent,
A. II. HANSON, Oon. Pain, Agent. Chicago
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
, .Arkati.au andTewe Bipree... lKW.m. Dally
V AHOIVI AT 0AIH0,
Ztrma . 11:10 .m. Dally
TKKut omovi ho. J , m 1LBTJBN , Agent.
'Q.E0RQK U. LEACH, M.'D.
l'hvsician and Surgeon,
Bpeclal attention paid to th nomoopathlo treat
unit of mimical dtiiea.ua. and dliuaie of woman
O'llcei Ou nth etroet, oppoilto th. ro.t umoe,
. J)R. W. C. J0CKLYN,
DrriCR-Klghtk Street, near Commercial Avenue
t ryn. e. w. wnrrLocK,
Dental Surgeon. , ,
Ormcm-No. 1M Commercial Avnai, between
gntn ana Math BlreeUi
PROPRIETOR 07 SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY TIIE CA'R LOAD OR T0N,WEII
PACKED FOR SHIPPINO.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
MILL AND C0HVIHSIOK.
FL0U2, GRAIN AKD HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HUrhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
eon.tanUl on bant
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trim mine." are coarse .bavtnr and i. ike
tnebett eummer wood ror cooking purpo.ee a ell
th. cheapen ever told in Cairo. For Keck
ftnlib'e nee lo.ettlng tlrva. tny are uneqr.uiea
Leave ynor ordere at the xentt- treot wo.a ro
si w W
F EBB Y BOAT
QAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE IbSlQ STATES
On ind after Monday, rfnne an, ana nnui inrtner
notice the lorry bom vrtiimeKo inpe as ioiiowr
MATI. L1AVRS L1AVI.
Foot Fourth it. Ml.eonrl Laud'g. Kentnr.ky Ld g
10:00 a. m.
8:00 p. m.
8:0 a. m.
10:30 a. m.
2:80 p. m.
9 . m.
11 a. m.
CAIIIO AND NEW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J. TURNltR. Matter,
LKM. HILL, Work.
Leave Cairo for New Madrid and way point
Tery Tueiday, Tnnreaay ana etainruay a u p, m.
Retnrnlng luavee New Madrid Wedneeday, Friday,
and mommy ana. id.
COAL, WOOD ICE.
WOOD, COAL and ICE,
by the Ton or Car Load, delivered In any part of the
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
tfr Leave orderi at my Wood and Coal Office.
rpBE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W. P. HALUDAT, PreeMent.
B. L. BALLIDAT. Vlce-Prefldenk
TH08. W. BALLIDAT, Caehler.
t. ttAATt TATLOB, W. T. BALLIDAT,
BBHBT L. 8A1XCPAT, B. B. CtnDIIN.BAB,
. k. eiLUABtoM, erBTBia bibd,
Exehane, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Depi.tu received and a general banking hu.lnerg
8TOVS8 AND TINWARK.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES1
i Manufacturer ot tad Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB W0BX DONS TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. ' Illinois
NEW YORK STORE,
WH0LE8ALE AND RETAIL
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
(JOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER 5c CO..
Cvr. Nineteenth .treat 1 Paivm Til
Commercial A vennel VttUU, ill
M. H. BAOTR & CO.,
PURE LIQUID PAINTS, WHITE LEAD
Zincs, and Colors,
No. 52 Pearl Street,
Our Ltantd Paint, are readv for Immediate n.n on
opening the package., no oil, .pirlU of turpcuttno
or dryera being required,
rnniy. we guarantee their aoeoiuie purity ana
their freedom from barvtee. clay, alkali., wntor.
bensine, eoap and other article which are n.ud to
adulterate liquid palnti.
Covering' Capacity. They welph fifteen to nix
teen pound, to the galluu, and will cover betUir
aud more aurfaoe than any cnemlcal paints or tho.e
containing barytet or clay, at theeo add weight
Parmanency of Color Great care baa been taken
In .electing color, for tinting, and we nee only pi-r-mannnt
color., conteqnently our tlntt do not fudo.
Convenience Any one who ran pee a paint
brush can apply the.e patnta, and being leatly for
iim,i more i. no wa.io or eice.a oi maiuriai, a. I.
the (a.e often when lead, oil and turpentine have
to nt nnrcheeed- The colore can alwara be exactly
matched and there It no necoMlty of having two or
thru en eao. on toe tame nuimtng, a la onen the
caKewhen tlntt are made experimentally.
Our Pore Llauld Paint, are nut ud In .null cant
from 1 to b Ibe. , and alto by the gallon, In packagpa
front cant of X, 1,9, 8 and S gull.., to kuge of 10, 15
and 85 tall.., and bblt. of 45 call.
Bainpl. Oatdt ami "tVe LliU mailed to any ad.
(J M. ALDEN,
roa thi iali or
Hay, Grain and
I omoit 1
Room Mo, 1, ip italn U Cuhl'a BuUdlng,
'v Ho, Ohio lTM.
TCLC B?.,,rVRJ MREJA.Tlf KT, for the cure of
.i'. " '0"a uieeaeea, eonal.t. in the
,... ,,uucure nonoiveui, me new b ood
DUr tier, and the i.rfrr,.i ...'.L.7-" " a .,00fI
cura Soap, the great . kin cures.
Will MrhrtnuM .(ltl...l ..... ....
. . . . ' iHiru in:ei, V.Q1CH20.
Cmtefu V ai-kn.irl..rf..,. . ..... . u.i. 'ui." . .rK"'
l ' " . w w. ,...( nuvutll UQ
new, peck, face, arm. and lem for teventeen year. ;
tint ah U ... ....llr .......... 1 . -
, UAl:rj,,. OI, uanut ana aneee for
one vear; not ablo to help himself for eiiht te.ra:
tried hundred of remedlet: doctor, pronounced
hie caie hoptlene ; permauently cored by Cutienra
Kimolvent (hlood purlfler) Internally, and Cutlcura
nally ' iiu corni exier-
II E Cfcrpuntor, Esq , U.'ndemon, N Y., cured of
rtorliiol. or I.eprony, of i rear, etandiug, by Cuti
cura Kctolvt nt (blood purlfler) Internally, and Cntl
enraand Cuticura oap (great .kin enree) extern
ally. The moot wonderful cae on record. Curea
certiflfd to before a Jnnice of the peace and prom
inttit ritiiwne. A 1 allllctcd with itching and teal t
(lleeaes should tend to us for this teetlmonlal In
Skin Disease. .
K. H. Drake, Kq Detroit, Mlcb., tnffered be
vond all description from a akin dleeaee which ap
peared on his hands, head and face, and nearly
destroyed his cyea. The tnotit careful doctoring
failed to help him, and after all bad failed he used
the tutleura Rofolveut (blood purlfler) Internally,
Cutlcura and CnticuM Soap (the rreat tkla come)
jxtfrnally, and wan cured, and bae remained per
fuctly well to thlt day. r
Slr. 8. E. Vi'hli.nln riu.i,.. ui.k i...
her rar, h'ad and tome parts of be r body were al
mottraw. Head covered with tcabt and tores,
tortured .ftarfully and trisd everything. Perma
ncntlycured by Cutlcura Kesolvect (blood purifier)
and C utlcura and Cutlcura Soap (the creat tkin
Ri'med.e.aref-ir.alebyallaruggtsU. Price of
Cutlcur. a medicinal jelly, email boxes. flOc: large
boxe.81. Cutienra Iteoolvont, the new blood pu
rlfler. $1 per bottle. Cutienra Medicinal Toilet
Soap,; Caticura Medicinal 8h.avtng Soap, 15c;
in bur. for barber and large con.uruert, 5ic.
Principal dopot, WKEK8 A PoTTEH,
' - Boston, JIae..
Sanford's Radical Cura
iAd Cold.. Waterv Di.eb&rffe. from the mn
anf1 Eye, hluglng Nolnet In the Head, Nervous
llesdache and Chill, and Fever intitantly relieved.
Choking, putrid mucus in ditlodced. membrane
cleansed, dlt-infected aud healed, breath sweetened
smell, ta? te and bearing restored and constitution
al raTsirt-e caecKeu.
C'eueli. Bronchitis. Droppings Into the Throat,
Paine in the Count, Dysp-'uela, Wasting of strength
and ll(h, I.okc i f Sleep, c, cured.
One boitle Budical Cure, one box Catarrhal Sol
vent and one llr. .Sanford's Inhaler, In one package
of all druKi;isl-. for (1. Ask for Sanfurd't Radical
WEEKS & POTTER, Boston. Mast
Pi . is not quicker than Colllut'
Voltaic Plasters in rellevlno
Uaiu sud weakneas of the kid
neys, liver ana luugs, rheu
matism, Neuralgia. Uysteria,
Female Weakness Mala
ria, and Fever and Ague.
v rnce cents, oom evury-
COCSCIL CUAMBER, (
Cairo, III., Jan. 3d, 1882. (
Prescut His Honor Mayor Thistlewood
and Aldermen Blnko, Hughes, Kimbrough,
Patier, Swoboda and Wood 6.
Absent Ilalliday, llinkle, Pcttit and
Alderman lilako moved to approve of
minutes without reading.
Resolution introduced by Alderman Pa-
tier, Doc. Cth, requiring flag nien at street
crossings on lino of Wabash, Pacific and
St. Louis railroad was taken up.
Alderman Patier moved tho adoption of
Alderman Wood moved to amond by
striking out the word "Scveuth."
Alderman Wood moved to further amend
by striking out tho word "Tenth" and in
serting tho word "Fourteenth." .men4
Alderman Wood called for tho'ayes and
Days ou the adoption of the resolution.
Resolution adopted by the following voto:
iyes -Blake, Hughes, Kimbrough, Pa
tier, Swoboda and Wood 0.
REPORT Off OFFICERS.
Report of D. J. Foley, city comptroller,
for tho raonth'of Dccombcr, 1881, showing
the expeuditurcB and balances in tho sever
al appropriation funds, up to December
Stat, 1831 :
roa what Acer.
streets .,,.. ,.
Hoard of ilcslth ..........
Clerk's o(l)oe m.
E leol loo ...... .............
City Ilullillng ,
Contingent t tt lttt
lti .8 75
. 78 W
inn i no,
u: o no
III arum vouiiuii.ta4M"M
KntlruitU If rip
,8O778 00Hn4 78 81)170 7.
Alderman Itlako movod to receive nd
priit with the proceedings.
Thomas J. Kerth, city treasurer, submit-
ted report showing1 the amount of money In
treasury up to January 1st; also amount
paid out for various purposes durine the
Alderman Swoboda moved to refer to
city comptroller for verification.
L. II. Myers, city marshal, submitted re
port of arrests made during month, by
wtioie ot polico force.
On motion of Alderman Wood, received
John Cain, city jailor, submitted report
of number of prisoners received, and num-
berof days served by them during month.
un motion or Alderman Wood, received
and filed '
Reports of A. Comings, P. M.; O. A.
Osbom, J. p., for month of December, and
J. II. Robinson, J. p., for months of No
vember and December, were submitted.
On motion of Alderman Wood, received
REPORT OF COMMPTTKE8.
Ordinance committee as per instruction
of council, reported the following ordi
nancc,t which was read the first time and
laid over under the rules :
ORDINANCE NO. -.
An ordinance providing for the construction of a
Be Itordainedbv the City Council ol the eitv of
Section 1. That a wooden sidewalk be con
strueted on the westerly side of Railroad street
from lot 7 to lot 18 both Inclusive, bleck 14 Rail
road addition to city of Cairo.
Section 2. That the forei(olng sidewalk be con
structed In sreordance with the requirements of
the ordinances of the city providing for the con
struction of sidewalks.
Section 3. The local Improvement herein pro
vided for, shall bo made bv apeelal assessments,
and in accordance with the provleiona of secttoat
18 to 51 inclusive, of Art. fl, of the act of the gener
al assembly of the state of Illinois, approved April
10th, ISTi and entitled "An act to prorlde for the
Incorporation of cities and villages," and the cost
and expenses of the construction and reconstruc
tion of said sidewalks shall be paid out of the
funds arising from laid special s.seisments.
Sac'.lon 4. Tne owner ot any lot fronting on the
eldewailk provision for the building of which Is
made hy tbi ordinance, shall he allowed thirty
days after the time at which this ordinance takes
efltict in which to build that portion of said aide,
walk opposite bis lot, and thereby relieve the
same from assessment; provided the work ehall
rontorm in all respects to the requirements of this
ordinance, and lie done to the satisfaction aud ap
proval of the committee on stree a.
Section 5. Cpon the expiration of Uio said thir
ty days, the city clerk shall publish notice for
twelve days, In tho news paper publlshlug the ordi
nances of the city, setting forth that s-aled bids for
furnishing the material or doing the work, or both,
or tho construction and reeonstractlon
of said tldewalks directed to tha CRy
L'onncll will he receive at this, office, up
toithe timeor the meeting ot tho city council fo the
opening ol .aid bids, which meeting thallnctbe
earlier than twelve days, nor later than eighteen
daytfrom the dale .fald notice, which notice
shhll state tho time of Mid meeting aud daw.lhe the
work to be done, byre referring to this ordinance,
giviuulu number and date of approval, ar.d that
saldoi-dluanco Is subject to exurninuttoa at any
time at bis office Halrl bid. I null he opened by the
clerk in the prem nee of tho council, aud the con
tract for doing the work, or furnish! og the material,
or both, for constructing aud reconstructing said
el(Ieaks shall be swarded to the lowe.t respon
sible bidder, who shall sufficiently guarantee to the
tstl. faction of the City Connoll the furnishing of
said material, or the performance of .aid work, or
both, under hu supervision of the Committee on
Stre.its, within such time as may ho fixed hy eon-
urn.,., u am u nr . nuucu man aesjm ii expedient
H... lf..lJkU. ....... .. ' ..
City Council, they may reject any or all of them.
... u. t iiioruaiiuraaiaurize suia siauwalK
bo ennnfructed hv m i-h a.r..,,iM . ... -
it 1 , ' M "a nvw 1UBT
think proper. '
Alderman Hughea presented petition of
Y. Vincent askiog permission to erect an
additional story to his one story building
on corner of Eighth s:a.cl uiid Commercial
avenuo. The additional story to be of same
material, to-wit: The inner wall ef frame
and the outer wall of brick, anchored to
gether. On motion of Alderman Swoboda, re
ferred to committee on fire department.
Aldorman Patier presented petition of
propyty owners and citizens, aiking for
the constructioB of sidewalk on tho wester
ly sido of Sycamoro street, from walk now
existing to Twenty-ninth street.
On motion of Alderman Swolwda refer
red to committee on streets.
CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
Siuarv 111 I of CltV offirir fur iniinSti .if
December was read as follows, viz:
N. B.Tuibtlowood, mayor 83 31
D. J. Foley, city clerk 75 00
Thos. J. Korth, treasurer BO 00
L. II. Myers, marshal 75 00
Wm. 1). Gilbert, corporation counsel. 01 67
W. E. Hendricks, city attorney 20 83
A. Comings, polico nininstrMtn. 25 00
John P. Hogan, police constable. . . . 00 00
Geo. K. Olmsted, " " .... 00 00
Jas. Kiuiuiar, 0 days " " .... 13 00
Henry Dunker, " " .... 00 00
P. Malmnoy, " ' .... (10 00
Warren Wiins, " " .... 0 00
John Tyler, " " .... CO 00
Alderman. Bwolxnla moved to allow
salary bill as read.
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blako, Hughes, Kimbrough, Pa
tier, Swoboda and Wood 6.
M. Driscoll, 20 days on streets at
fl.60 $39 75
M. btanton, 25' days same....... 38 25
John Cain, 13 days with jail gang on
streets 19 00
Anthony Smith, 9 days with team
atfa.00 28 50
Wm, Uurin, OU dyi same 10 00
Ed Jones, 13) days same '. 40 00
T. Gorman, salary antroct supt. . . . 00 00
Clias. Duncan, 20 days on tide
walks... 89 75
P. Waldor, draylng 20 loads lumber. 0 00
J. Ferguson, draying 1 same 85
nalliday Bros., 13 loads cinders .... 8 00
J.T. Huuule,3 wrought iron gratings
for sewers. 0 00
Wm. Ilarrell, two mattresses and
pillows for post house ........ 5 CO
0. W. Whooler, coal and wood for
same 4 50
N. B. Thtttltfwood, monoy paid for
' cloanlnasanie...... 8 85
E. E. Ellis, printing certificates of
Merntt Wright, burybg dead ani-
mals . n ui
JohnPucket, same 50
Sara, lirown. removin narhscr. on nn
. , . ' o e. a .... v w
Arab Fire Co., Quarterly allowance 60 00
11 -U .3 Tl l V.
ivougu uua tveauy rire uo., same.. 60 00
Hibernian Fire Co., same 60 00
Delta City Fire Co., same 60 00
Anchor Fire Co., same CO 00
C. B. Newland, testing hone 4 00
R. II. Cunningham, rent of clerk's
office ... io 00
M. Shelton, services ai jainitor for
same n 0,0
C. W. Wheeler, coal for same .1 oo
Cairo City Gas Co., gas for sameT. . 30
jonn uiin, nieting prisoners before
and after trial loa on
T. Vincent, 1 bbl. lime for jail, . 1 80
cairo uty uas w., gas lor jail D 93
Cairo Bulletin, publishing proceed
ings, etc i 27 60
Cairo City Gas Co., gas for street
lamps.... 270 75
Cairo City Gas Co, gas fur police
headquarters 1 05
M. J. Pink, rent of police head
quarters , 12 50
O. A. Osborn, percentage on fines
collected 5 00
J. II. Robinson, same 115 80
W. E. Hendricks, same 43 90
Alderman Wood moved to refer to com
mittee on claims.
State and city liquor bonds of M. E.
Powers were read for nnrnvl.
On motion of Alderman Hughes, ap
Alderman Wood moved that the vote, by
which the petition for construction of side
walks on Sycamore ta Twenty-ninth street
was referred to committee on streets, be
Alderman Wood moved that the clork be
instructed to advertise for proposals for the
construction of said sidewalk, and' that it
bu inserted in the advertisement that the
contract will be awarded to the lowest bid
der who will be paid out of the money
arising from the special assessment whon
Alderm Pallor offered tho following res
olution: Resolved, That the corporation counsel
be requested to submit in writing his opin
ion as to tho legality of the city, ordering
all cases for violation of city ordinances
tried before the police magistrates, also the
legality of the claims of justices of the
peace for percentage of the fines collected
by them, so as to better know if the city is
to pay a police magistrate as salary and to
allow itself to pay fifty per cent of fines
collected to the justices of the peace.
The mayor reported having released from
jail Chaa. Collins, James Orange, Wesley
Harden, Chapman Smith and James Wal
lace, Btating reasons for so doing.
On motion of Aldorman Swoboda meet
ing adjourned. D.J. Foi.ev,
F. H. Drake's Sufferings.
F. II. Drake, Esq ..Detroit, Mich., suffered
lif'Vriiirt nil iHPrlntinn trnm a alrtri liatuiA
which appeared on his hands, head and face,
1 J l- m, - .
ami nearly uesiroyeu um eyes, ine most
careful doctoring failed to help him, and
ft.., uii r..;ui t, i, ,
.1 u;i ail ainv. ic.i.uv. ,iu um.vi lite VULICUII.
Resolvent (blood purifier) internally, Cuti
cura ami Cuticura Soap (the great skin
cures) externally, and was cured, and has
remained perfectly well to this day.
Dr. Mortimer Gran villo, a distlnqnlsh
ed ni6dieul writer of Englaud, believes
that the increasing instances of paraly
sis, supposi'd to bo from overwork of
brain, urn duo really to brain exhaus
tion from worry. We gather his views
as prcsonled in the jileaieal Jlecord.
lltu'd nnd persistent work of tho
muscles docs not cause muscular paraly
sis, for the wasted tissuo is constantly
renewed by nutriment and rest, and tho
laborer begins airain the next dav as
So it is with tho brain. Its tissues,
however niuuli exhausted by mental
labor, nutt be daily ronowed in sub-
sinnco and vigor by nppropriato nutri
niont and rest.
In ordinary normal work, whether of
musclo or brain, the waves ot nerve
impulse, wliioh steadily supply tho mus
cular or montal activity, succeed encli
other in a regular and rhythmical or-
rtnt- lint iv,-tf .Yltif ni-lici SKta
wasting tho nervo forco and bro.tking,
down the man. ' ,
Apply this to our American brain
workers. Among business riiun there
is an ImnienHo competition, and a tre
meudous Ininy to be as successful, at
least, as their nolghbors, and an eager
ness to be rich. Calmness so essential
to. health of the brain is Impossible.
Worry outers Into tho history of every
day. Paralysis of brain is tho natural
Such is tho oharacter of our party
polities that a similar worry must bo
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oonsiaiiuyiuiii oy our politicians
Clergymen in this country, as In no
other, live livos of anxieir ten-fold
more exnausting tnan all mat comes
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irom uonuui uinia-wura; anxiety mtu
spiritual Biicoesst anxiety from being
driven ii'om puipn w pmpu; anxiety
from inadequato support, and from i
nuarlng the "dead line" at fifty. Who
can wouaer iiiai paralysis oi uooyrana :
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Uiiuu tucreases nuui yejur w yenrr
Vs. Aivni.n V. TLvth. Wonstrr. Ohio..
vi 1 1 r:. . i v wun .uu w;k nai. ... .du ,
..!..-. I.M- nil'., u.yl ir B)n.a ,M.l.il
with a lover case of rheumatism. St.
Jacobs Oil gm ui immediate relief. We v
choirfully recommend it to our friend tnd
the general public. ... : ,. ,v. ,w