Newspaper Page Text
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1882.
City Omcf rs.
M ayor N. B. Thi.tlewood.
Treasurer T J. Kerth.
Clrk-l.uul. J, Kolny.
Oouiiiolur-W!. B. Gilbert.
Merebel-L. B. ;"- . ..
X OA0 or ALBUM iH.
Klr.1 Werd-FeUir Seuu. T. M. Kimbrough.
nd VV.ro-Jes. llltiki;, C. N. llugb.e.
Th rd Werd-B.K. Blake, John Wood.
Kourlh "ward-Charl.. 0. rVler, Udolph Bwo-
"m.'h Ward-T.W. Ualllder.BrnMtB.PattU.
Circuit Clerk-A. U. Irvln.
County Judge-K. S Yocum.
County Clera-tf. J; "urnm. I
County Attorney-J M- -yr,'m-CnWyTr.urer-Mil..
Corouer-R Kluprald tiallldar J A
County CommU.loQir.-T. W. Belllday, i.
Ulliha aud feter raup. .
CA1UU BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth en Poplar
. reel." preaching first ...d third Sunday, lo
w"mit . U. ..ndT:i o. m .; ; prmy-r i meet.
,UgTUursd.y.7:.p- mt und., ffi
CHURCH or TUB KKDKBMKK-(Bplicotl)
Fourteenth itMtj Sunday 7U m . Wu.jr
Morning pr.yer.; SW'P. m.. evening -reyer.. F.
r.D.TenporU.T. U, Rector.
INKST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHrHCIL-
Preaching il W: a. o... 3 p. m . nd
ahb.tn school el 7;) p. m Rr. T. J. bbore.,
f ITnlRAN-Thirt-enth .treat;
1j bath 1:i a.m.; Sunday .cbool.p.m. Kr.
IKTU0DI8T-Cor. Ilghtr- aau iim -
V.TiuY Sabbath li:00e. m. and 70 p. m.
., IcbJS .1 p. H. W. A. c.rr.
1 kKHBYTK HI A S -Kl(thth .treet ; P
t8p m. Rv B.V.Qou,pMHor.
CT. JOSEPH S -, Rowan Catholic) orn-i Ciom
b od WilDtt street. ; service. "
m. every dy el a. m. Re. OHera. Priest,
nt KATRlCK'rWKoroeo Catholic) Corner Ninth
oath and to .. m. : V.urs I p. il. : 8o.nVj;hJ
i o. m. .ervtc. every d.y l ti m. R- Mwtersoii
JR. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL U.R.
TflAIM. MPAMT. TR"J'!,w m
HM5.m MII 4:'K.m
t ctorn" datWDli I : lo m E x ure.. 11 : 1"
,Kxuro.. 4:i P cu I Aeennidilon..4.tiS p.m
MI'S CKNTHAU R. K
tKipreo. lU;l5m ttii.fi-. U.Ju.m
C. ST. U. R. R- (N.rrow U.ace f
Ripre I":'.m I K ipr-M P
Accom'duttou. I ;i p.m I 'Acfom d.toln ii. p m
8T.L . I.M AS. K. K
riceom o.non. J'P m I tAcrninM.Mon U.4....B
WAHII.ST 1.01 ha paufioryco.
Mali hi .... l:(p-.m Mail X Ex.... P n
U.ily ficvpt Suu1y. tU.uy.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Th Onlv Lino Kunuint;
Making Direct Connection
Tkaix. Liat Caiwi;
Arrltlng In Bt. Loul. 9;4J .m.; ChlcaR(i.H:M i p.m. ;
Connecting t Odin and K.ltingh.ra for Incln.
natl, lOttlavtlle. Indlanapoh. aud pnlnti Kant.
11:10 .m. ttt. Ijout and Wwitern
ArrlnglnBt.Lonl.7:05p. m., and connecting
for all pomU Went.
4:!iO p.m. Vnut Kxprm.
t or 8t.-Loul. and Chicago, arriving at St. Lonla
0;S p.m., and Chicago 7:2(1 a m
4:30 p.m. Cincinnnti Kxpr.
Arrlrlng at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.! Lounvtlle T.V)
a.m.; Indlanapoll 4:0i a.m. PMMinger. hr
thi. train reach tb. above point. 1 J to 30
HOURS lo advance of any olbet rout..
ryTh4:U0 P. m. eipre.a ha. PULLMAN
hLEKPINO C'AK Cairo lo Cincinnati, without
change., and through tleepera to St. Lonli and
Fast Time East.
I) umnn(otj oy thl. line go through to Ka.t.
I iLSScIlcla era point without any delay
canned by Sunday Intervening. The Haturday after
Boon UMnuaCalnt arrive. In new York Monday
Homing at 10:8S. Thlrty.li hour, lu advance of
rother route. .......
-Kor through ticket and further Information,
aiinir at llllinlii Central lUlrroad Depot, Cairo.
7iW..10Bl480N. , , J.H.J0NK8,
Gen. Bouthen Agent Tlcaet Agent.
A.O. HAN80N.0en. Pa... Agent. Chicago
EORGE II. LEACH, M. D.
l'hveioian and Surgeon,
Sp.clal atlmitlon paid to the llomt'oimlhtc tnnt
moot of .ntglcal (ILuai-c. auddl.i'an'a or woman
om.ee: On HiU atpiet, opponltutho Po.tOlllco,
JR. W. C. JOCKLYN,
OFPICK-BlgUth Btreet, near Comrt erclal Arenne
pR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi No, m Commorclal Avonua, between
JtiihUiand Ninth Strouu
()t W; WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on band
At Keventy-flve cents per load.
At oue dollar per load.
The "trlmmlng."are coar.e having, and make
the best .a miner wood for cooking ouipoe. a. well
M the cheapen evr aold in Cai:o. Kor black
mlib'a u.c In.uttlng tlrv), they ar. unequalled
Leave yuor orderaat the Tenth .treet wood vard
J a ;
QA1R0 CITY FERRY CO.
THREE iiSl STATES.
On and itttr 5!oiidy. Jnr.Tth. and nntll tnrther
not'.re thi-fenyhoat will make trip. a. follow.:
MAVI. LIAVI. IIAVI.
PckjI Kourth .t. M'.nrourl Und g. Kentucky Ld .
:'K) a. B.
10:00 a. m.
S:00 p. m.
8:. 10 a. m.
10:30 a. m.
r SO p.m.
so r m
9 a. m.
A w and complete Hntol. fronting on Leree
Second and Railroad Street.,
Tb Paenjer P -pot of the C'hlCHiro, St. Lanl.
an'' ,ew Orli-n: Illlnol" (-ntral; W'aiiech. Mt.
Ixiul. and Parlrlc; Iron Mountain and S-nlhem,
MohHttaud Ohio; Cain and St. Loin. Kailwavi
are all jnt irnim the .trei-t: while the Steamboat
Lunitlug I. hot oat! . :nr dlttant,
Thl. IIoti-1 I henti-d by .te.rn. ha '.team
Lanndry. Ilrdranllc Elevator, Klertrlc Cll Hell..
Automatic Klro-Alarmo. Hath., ah.olulely pure air,
perlert .ewnrai!)- and complete appointment".
Snpt-rh fnrtji.ttlng.; perfect .rrvlec; and an on
ti. P. PARK Kit Ac eO.,I,ifM'i
Commercial Avenue and Eiffhth Street,
F. B10H8. Pre.idont. I P. NFKF. VlcePre.'nt
II. WELLS, Ciahlur. T, J. Kerth, A.s't cash
F. Bro.. Ca'ro I William K'nge. .Cairo
PeierNeff " Wlllltim Wolf....
C. M Ontcrloh " IC. () I'atltir "
K.A.Buder " I II. Well.
J. Y. Clemron, Calvdouia.
A GENERAL BAN KINO BUSINESS DONE.
Exchango .old and bought. Intnrort pntd In
the Mavlng. Department. Collectiou. inudo and
all bu.lne.s promptly attended to.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlEli & CO.,
Cor.NlnutoanthttrmiU Atifn Til
ComiuurclalAvuuuul vailUj Xllt
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
WTiolesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N,WEL1
? HKED TOR 8HIPPIN0.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
rJHECITY NATIONAL RANK.
Of Cairo. IllinoiB.
71 0UI0 LKVEK.
A General Banking business
TIIOS. W. IIALL.IDAY.
JNTERl'RISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THOd. AV. HALLIDAY,
8TOVKS AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & 81TICET-IRON WARE
ALL EINDS Or JOB WOKE DONE TO ORDER
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
KILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Prie t Paid for Wheat.
fjUX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
T Tavlor 4 Parson, or any other person or
per.nn. Interested: You are hereby notified that
at . .ale of real e.tate, in the county of Alexander
and .tateof Illlnol. beld by the county collector of
.aid county, attbe .otithweMcrly door of the court
house iu the city of Cairo, In .aid county and
state, on the S9tb day of July, A. D 8i. Oeo.
K. I.entz, the untlermiiued purchased the
following described real e.tate .ituated lu the flr.t
addition to the city of Cairo, lu the county of AN
exander and .ute of Illlnol., for the t.xe. due nnd
unpaid thereon for the year. A. I. J875. 1878,
1877, 17 ana 179, lo.'ethkr with penalties and
ro.t.; .aid rx-al estati being taxed In the name of
Taylor Si Parson., to-wit: Lotnumbeied nineteeu
(19i, iu block numbered twenty-one, (41), in tbe
First "ddltion to tnecltyof Cairo. The time al
lowed by law for the redemption of said real estate
will expire on the SOtli day of Jnlv, A. D. Wi.
GKOUUE R. LKNTZ, Purcha.er.
Cairo, 111.., April 7, A. D. 18Ai.
rjlAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To Francis Mayer, or any other person or per.
.on. Interested; You are lieieby notified that at a
sale of real e.tate, in the county of Alexander aud
itate of Illinois, held t-r the county collector or
aid county, at the southwesterly door of the court
house, In the city of C.lr , in ..Id conuty and
state, on the 39th day of Julv, A. D. 1HW
Ooorge K. Lentz, the undersigned pur
chased the following describe l real es
tate, .Ituated In the Drat addition to the
eitv of Cairo, In the county of Alexander and state
of Illinois, for the taxes due and nnpnid thoreoD
fur the years A. 1 1H7H, 1877. lh7H and 179. together
with ponaltle. and coats; said real e.tate being
taxed in the name of said Francl. Mayer, towit;
Lot. numbered thirty one (11). tnlrtv-two (12) and
thirty-three (S8), in block numbered twenty one
(ai), In the First addition to the clt, of Cain.. The
tinio allowed by law fur the redemption o' sala
real estate will exotie on the 2th day of .Inly,
A. I), mi UKOHUE It. LENTZ, Purchaser,
Cairo, Ili. , April 7th, A. V Ifte'i
AX rURCUASER'S NOTICE.
To Mr.. Oeortre Weldon, or any other person or
person. Interested: You are hereby notified that
at a sale ol ruul estate, iu tin) rounty of Alexander
and stnte of Illinois, biM 'y the county collector
of .aid conntv. at the southwesterly door of the
court houso In the city of Cairo, In silil county aud
state, on the lih iluv of July A. D. Isso. Charlc.
Oaliher iiirchaiid tho f.iilowtn du.crlhe i real
estate situ ted In th- cltv of Cairo, cotiuty of Alex
ander and stnte of Illinois, for the taxes duo and
unpaid thereon for tho year. A. I). 1874, 1H7S, 187H,
1H77, 1-78 and 1871). together with penalties and
costs; said renl n-tato being laicd In tho name of
Jl rs. Ouorge Weltlou, to-wit: I ot number twentv
one (21). In block i nmher suve ntv-three (73), In the
city of Cairo, which said curtl Urate was on the lilth
dnyof July, A. 1) ISHi.diilv assigned to the under,
signed. The tlmo al owed by l'iw for tho rodemp.
Hon of Hnl.i mai ostate will expiru on the lilth day
or July A. 1). Ihhj.
UKOIRIK R LKNTZ, A.algnoo.
Cairo, Ills., April Tib, A. D. 1SW.
Cairo, 111., April 4th, 1882. (
The mayor being alaent, the meeting
wag called to onlor by tlitj clerk.
Present Alilermeu Dlake, Ilalliday,
Hinklo, IIuuIicd, KimbrouKh, Swoboda aud
Absent rtier, Pettit and 8aup-3.
On motion of Alderman Ilalliday, Al
(lcroiaa Wood was culled to the chair.
Alderman nughei moved to approve of
ininutei of last regular and intervening
mectinjS without reading. Mctioa carried.
RKP0IIT OK OFKIOKRfl.
Tlioa. J. Kerth, city treasurer, submitted
report for month of. March, showing
amount of money on hand and amount
received during month.
Ou motiou of Alderman Ilalliday, re
ferred to city comptroller for verification.
D.J.Foley, city comptroller, reported
having examined report ot Thog. J. Kerth
for month of February, referred to him for
verification and found game correct.
Report of D. J. Foley, city comptroller,
for the month of February, 1882, showing
the expenditures and balances in the sever
al appropriation funds, up to March 31st,
FOB WHAT ACCT.
Hoard or Hoalth..
City Building ,.,
lUilroad Strip ...
5m U (I)
12 : id r
2 3 45
,i 1813 m
un l .- 4 w)
UM Il'Sl 40
HU775 0' 5S340 S9 2,'4'V 91
On motion of Alderman Ilalliday reports
received and ordered printed with the pao
cecdins. John Cain, city jailer, submitted report
ot number of days prisoners having served
in the city jtil during month of March.
Oc motion of Alderman received and
J. H. Robinson, J. I, for month of Jan
uary, and 0. A. Osborn, J. P., for month of
March, reported number ot cases tried and
amount of fines aisled and collected in
On motion of Alderman Hinkle referred
to city attorney lor verification.
L. H. Myers, city marshal, reported num
ber of arrest, and nature of same made by
police force during March.
On motion of Alderman Swoboda re
ceived and filed.
REPORT OP COMMITTEES.
Ordinance committee reported the fol
lowing ordinance which was read first timer
ORDINANCE NO. -.
An ordinance providing for the payment of labor
and materials furnished for protection and im
provement, of levee..
lie it ordained by the City Council of the city of
Whereas, Tbe recent flood, caused expenditure,
br the city In protecting aud Improving the levees
which could nut be foreseen or prov.ded for, inch
cau.altv happening aftrr the annual appropriation
bill for the present fiscal year was adopted, and
therefore no urovislon was made therein for such
Improvement or expend, tnre, the amount required
to pay the.etor will have to be borrowed a"d added
to the next annual appropriation bill and Included
In tbe next g neral tax levy, . provided lu section
BO, chapter 24, Rcrl.ed Siatnte. of lllinol., mere
fee Be It ordained by the City Council of the city of
Section I. That for tbe purpose of paying for
labor and material, furnished lor protecting and
Improving me levees during .he recent floods, a.
allowed and to ba allowed by this council, thu may
or and finance committee are hereby authorised
aud empowered to borrow such sum of money not
exceeding I, as may be neces.ary, and
that certificates of Indebtedness of tho city he Is
sued to be signed by the mayor and el'y clerk, In
uchtorui aud of such denomination as the nuance
committee mav deem beat, to the amount provided
ler.-iu to be borrowed. Said certificate, shall bear
lntcrt.t, at 8 per ctnt. per annum from tholr date
n-1 1 1 paid and be payable from the general city
taxes for thu current year 1R42, when collected.
riccllou 2. Thit the amount t cover prlnc plo
and luterest of the certitlcates heroin provided to
be Issued, shall lie added to next auuual appropria
tion hill of the cltv, and lu tinted in th. amount
authorized to he raised in the next general tax levy
and shall bo levied and collected with and a. a i art
of the general taxe. of the cltv. Acd aiid certifi
cate, with accrued interc.t, shall be received by
the collector of lave. In payment of the lav to bo
Section 8. Whenever the collector of lave, .hall
from time to time pay over to tho city treasurer any
tare, levied to pay the C'-rtificuto herelu provided
to be Issued, It .hall be thu duty of the city treas
urer to give notice by publication that h. I. pre
pared lo pay with accrued luterest certain certifi
cates giving number and date Issued, commencing
with lowest number and oldest dale of those then
eutsiamllng, to the orient of the fund, paid Into
And that In erest will cease thereon from the
date ol such notice, and whenever tho collector of
lave, or the city troa.nrer .hall receive or pay any
certificate, a. above provided, such orllcer. .hall
enanrse is tut ine amount of principle ana rccmea
interest to me ante ol .ncn receipt or pavmeni
which total amount shall be allowed In lottlemant
with the city, and no more.
On motion of Alderman Ilalliday refer
red to finance committee.
Finance committee reported having re
ccived of Tbos. J. Kerth, city treasurer, the
sum of six (fG.OO) dollars in cancelled city
orders and tho buui of fifteen ($15.00) dol
lars in cancelled coupons from new instal
ment bonds, all of which they have destroy
ed by burning same,
On motion of Alderman Ilinkle received
Petition of Gcorgo Kohler and Ocnrgo
Stclior owncis of the lots 4 and 5 block 17,
1st addition asking permission to erect a
frame addition to their house situated ou
said lots, was read.
Ou motion of Alderman Ilalliday refer
red to committee on fire department.
Petition of John T. Rennie, owner of lots
10, llnnd13, block 13 city, on which
sidewalk a.sessment has been levied rep
resenting that an agreement was made with
the Mayor and petitioner that if petitioner
would cover said sidewalk with cinders
the city would fill the necessary dirt with
out cost to the petitioner and there would
ask that tho agreement made be complied
On motion of Alderman nalliday refer
red to committee on streets.
Petition of Smith Farraner representing
that lie is assessed for tho construction of
sidewalk abutting lot 11, block 5 city as
sessed tinder ordinance No. 02, which was
built by him and which was accepted by
D.J. Oallighan, then street superintendent.
Said assessment being now in the hands of
the collector asks that some action be taken
to intercept the salo of suid lot to which
was attached certificates ot D. J. Gal'igan
confirming tho claim of the petitioner.
On motion of Aldejraan Hughes referred
to committe on streets.
Petition of Phil II. Saup, asking that
the tax collector be instructed to arrest
collection of special tat far sidewalk on lot
35, block 49, as said walk was built by
himself in occordance with ordinance, ac
companying which was affidavit of VTm.
Gunntbat rebuilt said sidewalk out of
cinders and gravel for the above.
On motion of Alderman Hughes referred
to committee on streets.
CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
Salary bill of city officers for month of
March was read as follows, viz:
N.B. Thistle wood, mayor $83 83
D. J. Foley, city clerk 75 00
Thos. J. Kerth. treasurer fiO 00
L. U. Myers, marshal 75 00
W'm. B. Gilbert, corporation counsel, fll 07
W. E. Hendricks, city attorney 20 83
A. Comings, police magistrate 25 00
John P. Uogan, police constable.
Henry Dunker, " "
P. Mahouey, "
Warren Wiuis, "
John Tyler, "
H. P. Martin, "
Anthony McTigue, "
Alderman Ilalliday moved to allow sal
ary bill as read.
Motion ctrried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Ilalliday, Ilinkle, Hughes,
Kimbrough, Swoboda aud Wood 7.
Chas. Dnncan, 1't days labor on
sidewalks at f 1.50 ? $31 50
Mike Driscoll, 27J days same 41 25
John Ferguson, 24 days same 6 00
J. E. Mitchell, 5 days same 7 50
Geo. O. Farris, 18 days same 27 00
John Jefferson, 19 dnys same 29 (12
H. Downing, 5 days same 8 02
John Moore, 1 days same 2 02
O. Boughner, 2 days same 3 00
Ed Jones, ' i day same. 75
A. Booth, day same 112
John Brooks, 't day same 00
Lawson Carroll, 1 days same 2 62
John Ferguson, 4, days with team
on sidwalks and hauling 40 loads
lumber at 35c 20 7.r
Pat Corcoran, day with team.. . . 1 50
R. Jones, 'j day samo 1 50
Steve Bradley, ljj days same 4 50
J. D. McGahey, lumber for side
walks .138 64
Bull & Ilalliday, " " .... 33 20
Lancaster & Rice, " " " .... 20 84
C. W. Henderson. 4 kegs nails 13 UO
M. P. Culladinc, 5 pair rubber boots
and 8 lbs rope 20 00
Harvey Boyd, hauling lumber 1 25
Tim Gorman salary as street Bup't.. GO 00
M. Tessiro & Son, making sewer
wrench 8 50
Sam Brown, removing garbage. . . . 20 00
Barclay Bros, disintectants lor pest
house 1 00
St. Mary's Infirmary, care and bur
ial ot patients , . . . , 40 50
L. H. Myers, money advanced for re
moving smtill-pox. patients and
biirvintr dead animal iftr. 2 1 ' 7."
Arab Fire Co., quarterly allowance. 00 00
II l. T1 , . T.T 1 . n i r n
iviugti is ni-iuiy riro VO., siuue.... ou uo
Hibernian Fire Co., same 60 00
Delta City Fire Co., same 00 00
Anchor Fire Co., same 60 00
R. H. Cunningham, rnt of council
chamber for March 10 00
M.Fhelten, janitor for same .100
Cuito City Cool Co., coal for same. . 3 00
Telephone Co., rent of telephone for
quarter ending April 1st 12 00
Cairo City Gas Co., gas for council
John Cain, dieting prisoners before
and after trial 40 days at 40c. . 18 40
Cairo City Gas Co., gag consumed in
ail 4 15
Cairo Bulletin, publishing proceed-
ingsAc 27 00
Cairo City Gus Co., gas consumed in
street lamps 'lili 00
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed in
notice headquarters '4 75
A. H. Irvin, complete reenrd of cases
tor uro in appellate court 49 35
J. O. Chance, costs in suits of city
of Cairo 11 70
Telephoni) Co., use of telephone in
police headquarters i uo
C. B. Newluncl, 1 day work on drivo
H. P. Martin, money advanced for
the arrest and return of Leo
Smith 20 85
J. R. Cunningham, salary na city
attorney for 11 months, f 3 30 pur-
rentaee onllnes collected $104.. . .304 00
J. II. Robinson, percentage on fines
collected 83 00
O. A. Osborne, percentage on lines
collected 10 00
E. E. Ellis, printing brief 37 pages,
$40 25;1000 dour tax receipt,
$3 50;hindiPir Bulletin $2.50,53 25
w v ir,.mi.l.ka. nercciitauu on tines
collected J UJ
NEW LEVEK BILLS.
W. Ritteuhouso & Bro., 500 sacks
at 8c 40 00
11. H. Cunningham, 500 sacks at 8c, 40 00
Ilalliday & Phillips, 4000 sacks at 0c
and 240 lbs twiue at 21c. 410 49
Ualli lay A Phillips, freight on sacks
shipped to Spud & Graves 5 03
Fred Keohlcr, 223 lbs corn beef at
8c, 17 lbs situsiigo,.i Jl 78
Barclay Bros., 7 bundles paper bags, 8 23
O.I). Williamson, sundries 204 63
John Major, sharpening 13 shovels.. 1 73
C. W. Henderson, impliments lor
laborers.. 1 3 05
D. Hartman, impliments, Jtc 33 67
John McNulty, impliments, hard-
ware, &c 40 80
C.R.Woodward, impliments 454 87
Cairo Bulletin, printing leveo cer
tificates 4 50
Henry Dicks, 3 days lalnir on levee. 4 50
Chas. Wheeler. 1 day same 1 50
J. Klein, Jr., 2Jj days with team at
$300 7 50
S. Bradley, hauling with team 15 60
Phillip Dickson, 2 cords wood at
$2.50 6 00
Cairo Daily Argus, publishing notice
for teams . 1 ....... , 1 00
City National Bank, money paid for
work on new Levee 498 45
Richird Tavlor. 4K days with team
at $3.00; 7 days labor at $1.50;
13 nights as foreman at $2 50. . 64 00
Referred to committee on claims under
Alderman Ilalliday oflcrcd the following
resolution and moved its adoption:
Resolved, That the committee on streets
are hereby authorized and directed to em
ploy such number of men and teams and
purchase such material as may be necessary
to put in good repair the streets and side
walks of the city, and to commence such
work at once repairing first the sidewalks
and streets on the principal thoroughfares.
Resolution adopted by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Ilalliday, Ilinkle, Hughes,
Kimbrough, Swoboda and Wood. 7,
Alderman Blako offered the following
preamble and resolution. Believing that
the ' Fire Limits" are too large and too
strict, thereby working disastrously to the
interest of our city and its mechanics, I
would offer the following resolution:
Resolved, That the committee on police
jail and fire department be and they here
by are directed to consider the propriety
modifying the rlro limits and to report
thereon, with such recommendations as
they deem proper, at the next regular meet
ing of tho city council.
Alderman Hughes moved to adopt. Mo
L. U. Myers, city marshal reported hav
ing returned to Connor Brothers, St. Louis,
6,100 sacks in return for sacks used by tho
city belonging to the said Connor Broth
ers Alderman Ilalliday moved to receive
report and concur in action of marshal.
Alderman Ilalliday moved to adjourn
until Saturday morning next at 10 o'clok.
I). J. Foley, City Clerk.
It is no longer an idle dream of boast
ing to affirm that Fellows' Hypophosphitcs,
wherein are united nature's forces, will
strengthen man and make nis lite not only
indurable, but sparkling with rude and
joyous health. Fellows llypophosphites sup
plies the ingredients which constitute
healthy blood, aud imparts tho the ele
ments which give vitality.
ton lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 33 cents. Paul G
Schuh, Agent. 5
Ot all the remedies on earth that well
may claim attention, Dr. Thomas' Eclectric
Oil commands especial mention. For won
drous power to euro disease, its fame there's
none can throttle. Its merits are not in
the puff, but tire inside the bottle. Rheu
matism, neuralgia, sore throat, asthma,
bronchitis, diphtheria, etc., aro all cured by
Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
Kidney Complaint Cured.
B. Turner, Rochester, N. Y., writes: 'I
have been for over s year Bubject to serious
disorders of the kidneys, and often unable
to attend to business; I procured your Bur
dock Blood Bitters, nnd was relieved before
half a bottle was used. I intend to con
tinue, as I feel confident that they will en
tirely cure me." Price $1.00.
Flter. and Intermlttrnts of all kinds
are speedily relieved nnd entirely cured by
using Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. (5)
Fend tor circular ot new style of Hopper
Scale with Leveling attachment. Borden,
Bolleck & Co., St. Lout. (2)
The Key to Health-
Have you fouud the key to perfect health
Bnd strength! It is Kidney-Wort, the only
remedy that overcomes at ouco the inaction
of the kidnovsand bowels. It purities thu
blood by cleansing tho system of foul hu-
mors and by giving strength to the liver,
kidneys and bowels to perform their regu
lar functions. See displayed advertise
ment. SntLon's Cocon and Consumption Cure
l-i milil tv lift on a en urun tee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 6
We must tell somo men a great deal to
teach them a little, but thn knowludgo of
tho curative properties of Spring Blossom
in cases of sick headacho, Indigestion and
biliousness Is bought by experience. Prlot
50 cuuts, trial, bottles,. lp.,crats.