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ICTBRKB AT TO fOBT OITICI fH CAIRO, It
145018, AS BVOnND-MAM WHM.
orsioiax fafibof cmr andcotjktt
r. v.. KniinrirA in .nnnnnce Mr. WM
MMllI.H u ft candidate for eldermaa from the
ftret ward at to-dey'e election.
We are eitthnrlaed U announce iff. JKSRK
im e .. . -inrtwum fur re-election to the office
of alderman from the Second ward at the coming
w. m nniHorli.il to announce tha name of
"HSKM AX HL0M3 at a eiiidldeta f.ir aldermen
from the aecjnd wora at ma emuuijj cnj ontuuu
Editor Bulletin: I doelre to announce myielf
ii rndidHte for alderman of the Third ward at
Ilia election April 18lb, 188J, and 1 reapectfuliy aik
Hli. nt of every citizen aud tax aayer for audi
odlco. I shall contlnua a candidate nntll the rote
ara counted. u- Moah t .
We ara aula irtaed to Aoaoance tho name of
AUOLPU 80 BOD A aa a candidate for re-elee-tbn
to tte office of AJdermaa of tha Fourth ward
t the enaalng city election. '
Weareanthorlaedtoaaionncetbat TUOS. W.
rULMDAY a candidate for re election aa Al
derman from the Fifth ware at the eunulog city
We are authorised to announce that Mr. It. F.
BI.AKK will be a candidate for re-eleotlon to the
city council from the Third ward at the euauiug
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Clean Your Cisterns. ,
Persons wanting cistcrnspumped out and
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Having disposed of my Photograph Gal
lery to Mr. Phelps, of Muscatine, Iowa, I
take the method of recommending him to
the citizens of Cairo and vicinity. Mr.
Phelps his been in my employ as operator
for the past six months, and I hereby cheer
fully recommend him as being a courteous
fjentloraan and a thorough and experienced
- photographer in all brandies pertaining to
the photographic art, and bespeak for him
a liberal share of tho public jiatronage.
will resume his school on Walnut street,
between 12th and 13th strectB, on and after
to-morrow, April 17th.
Morning session, 0 to 11:45.
Afternoon session, 1 :30 to 3 :45.
Night school session, 7 to 9. .
Terms $2 .00 per month in advance.
Any pupil entered will be charged a full
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
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ich Insertion. Marked -
Window ahadoa oo vtylei and prices at
Jen Clark's. " M"v p
-An excursion to 8t. Louis on; tho new
steamer City of Cairo, on the first of May,
is spoken of. "- , . ", '
. It Is expected that, some indictmcnls
will bo refurnod at 6f. Joseph for tho
taking .off of Jesse James; , '
Five cases of drunkonnoss and threo
of disorderly conduct was the extent of
the police business yesterday. r
) See iotice of Mr. "J. 8.' Hawkiw Jn
spoclal locals and have bim clean and re
pair your cistern If necessary.
'The Egyptian mills, one of Cairo's in-
stitutions, is running
aftor a brief
stand for repairs. . .
Blanks to be filled in for publication
of tax purchaser! notice will be furnittbod
free of charge on application at Toe But:
iiKTix office. ' ,' " ..'' tl.
Tho Singer workt begun .operation!
again yesterday and will continue from
now on to prosecute their contemplated
great Improvement! and addition!.
An old negro man named Wm. Souloo,
a hard working fellow, fell from a plank
leading from shore to a flat-boat lying at
tho foot ot Eighth street, to the ground
and brTike his leg between tho knee and
anklo. He received prompt surgical at
Small-pox is reappearing in different
farts of the state with renewed vigor. Re
nowed abuse of tho state board" of health
for its "needless" (t) efforts to suppress the'
disease, is'riowjn order ) and may be ex
pected from the old grandmother sort of
newspapers all over tho state. - ,
The 'Independent" or Saloon-Keeper's
Association have met several times within
the last few days. Sunday night's meeting,
which was the last meeting, was very Inter
interesting and some good work was done
in the form of the passage of setmible res
olutions, etc. 1
The anniversary , ball of the IHberoian
fire company last night was a nice affair.
The attendance waa large and the pleasure
unbounded. A happier crowd than was
gathqred thero seldom gathers anywhere
and the boys have good cause to feel proud
of the manner, in which their last' anniver
sary was eclobrated. " 4
There was arise of from two tor four
teen degrees in the temperature at all but
one of the eighteen points of the northwest
heard from yesrerdayj afternoon, and the
thcrmomoter ranged between fifty-nine and
seventy three degrees. One and 3-WO of
an inch rainfall was reported from Bismarck;
none from other points."
All who believe that thecitycounc.il
should persist in its endeavor to induco the
narrow gauge rnilroad company to enter
tho city in such manner as will prove most
beneficial to tho city, should vote for Mr.
Win. McIIale, in the First ward; Mr.
Jesse Hinkle, in the Second ward; Mr. B.
F. Blake, in tile Third ward; Mr. A. Swo
boda, tho Fourth ward, and Mr. T. W.
Halliday, in the Fifth ward.
At one o'clock yesterday afternoon the
Ohio river stood at thirty-four feet nine and
a half inches at this point. During the
previous twenty-four hours it rose two and
a half inches. At points above here the
.rivers full as follows during the same time:
Cincinnati, five inches, , Chattanooga, three
inches; Louisville, three. Inches; Nashville,
three feet six Inchest St. Louis three inches.
The rise here is likely to. cease to-day. '
Little Victor Hannr, the : little son of
Mr.C. Hanny, had a narrow escape from a
horribfo death by being run over on the Il
linois Central track Sunday afternoon,
lie attempted to cross the track in-front of
an approaching train, and in order to do
so ran ahead of the train some distance,
and then stepped on tho track and full. He
had presence of mind enough to roll over
several times and succeeded" tbns in get
ting outside the rails just in time to escape
the wheels of the front car.
This "morning Tnn Bum.etix an
nounces MrvWm. McIIale as a candidate
for Alderman from the First ward. Mr.
McUale is one of our oldest citizens and
has in his time taken an active part jn the
affairs of tho city. He is well potted with
regard to all matters of importance in which
the city is likely to become involved and is
capable of exercising good judgment in
their disposition. The people of the First
ward will have a capable representative. '
A number ot small-pox cases
have made their sppearanoe ' with
in the last few 3yt in the neighbor
hood of the old Bumgard rookery, which
hat been infected with the disease for
some timo. Rigid quarantine regulations
should,' and doubtless will,' be enforced
against tho Infected premises, Yellow
flags, whose ominous, meanlug everybody
understands, should be displayed conspi
cuously at each gate In order that citlwns
may guard against subjecting themselves
to the deadly contageon.
Bonrlwnlsm-in'tnunlclpal affairs Is Just
as prejudicial to municipal growth and
prosperity. A community which is wrapped
up in the gloom of the post, which spends
its, days in bewailing the wrongs of years
gone by, ii not in a condition for greatness,
docs not deserve It And will never attain it
Mosbockisin Is the deadly enemy of pros-
OAtttO BULLETIN r TUESDAY MORNING, AfrRlL
perily, but, thanks to the superior intelli
gence of the masses, Is usually most disns-
-The goneral, who, while on his way to
meet the enemy In a flerco engagement,
would muster out one half ot his true, tried
army, and , supply. Its" ' place with new
recruits, would be a blundering fool. Will
the voters of Cairo lay tnoinselves liable to
this charge by retiring from the council
some of its staunch soldiers and supplying
their places with untried men when matters
of great importance are ponding before that
' At the lost meeting of tho corarolttco
of twenty-five, in the council chamber, one
gentleman proposed the impeachment of
the mayor lor not eniorcing eertain city or
dinances. Some months .. .before tho, same
gontleman would have proposed tho im
peach men t of the same mayor had certain
other ordinances been enforced, aa was do
desired by some good citizen's. Human
nature Is, after all, alike Inconsisted all over
the world. A man's opinion of the right
of one bull to gore another bull depends a
a groat deal upon whose property the in
tended victim is. t
The following are the crop prospects for
Alexander and Pulaski counties, according
to the regular month reports of the State
Agricultural society, to be issued in a few
days: 'Alexander Wheat is above an
ayerage in condition, and on high lands is
making very rapid growth. Considerable
wheat on bottom lands ' has been drowned
out. The prospects are promising for a
very early harvest. Bye is above an aver
ago in condition. .The area seeded to this
crop is very limited. Pulaski Most of
the wheat has jointed, and there has sel
dom been a better prospect for large yield
per acre. The area is not as large as last
season. ' fruit trees aro in full bloom no
damage as yet from frost."
The question to be voted upon to-day
is not "who shall bo our aldermen for the
next two years?" but "shall tho present
council, four of the five outgoing members
of which aro candidates for re-election,
shall this council bo sustained in tho opin
ion that it would be to the city's interest to
have the new Mississippi levee strengthened,
and that It would bo to the city's interest
to have the narrow gaugu railroad company
strengthen said levee for us as it has otter
ed to do. If you believe that the council
is right in this belief, and in seeking to
enforce it, then give it your support by
voting for Messrs. Mclhle, Hinklo,
BlakS, Swoboda and Halliday, who have
all but one been tried in this cruciblu
and hsvo not been found wanting.
It you believe that it is extremely
toolish to enter into angry, protracted, ex
pensive and yery probnbly disastrous legal
war with the present Trust Property com
pany, in order to induce it to do that which
it has already manifested a willingness to
do without any coercion, then vote for men
who will not plunge tho city into such a
foolish venture, but will do what they can
t bring about the desired results without
either ill will or a useless expenditure of tho
city's funds vote for Messrs. Wm. McIIale,
Jesse Hinkle, B. F. Blake, A. Swoboda,
and T. W. Halliday. None of the other
candidates are to be trusted on this issu",
however trustworthy they may be in other
Yesterday morning the Presbytery
which had been holdings series of sessions
at Metropolis, adjourned. and about fifteen
of the delegates, including Rov. B. Y.
George, arrived hereon the steamer Gus
Fowler yesterday afternoon enroute for
their respective homes. The business
transacted by the Presbytery was of much
interest and of some importance through
out. Between thirty and forty ccntlemen,
representing all parts of southern Illinois
wero present. One of the important fea
tures of the proceedings was the appoint
ment of "commissioners'" or delegates to
the Presbyterian general assembly which
is to convene at Springfield, Ills., on the
third Thursday in May. Judge R. S.
Yocum was elected to represent this sec
tionof tho district at that assembly.
Mr. H. Blorns, who opposes
Mr. Jesse Hinklo in tho Second
ward, and Mr. B. McManus,
who opposes Mr. B. F. Blake in the Third
ward, are gentlemen of ability and uo
doubted integrity, worthy of the fullest
public confidence under all circumstances;
but they' are untried upon
the main, Issue In this election. The
voters of Cairo aro not voting for men alone,
but for a certain principle the principle
of self interest, tho principal that it Is right
that tho city council of Cairo should seek
to enforce the city's interests aeainst all
corporations at all timet.. Messrs. McIIale
Hinklo, Blake, Swoboda and Halliday bo-
lieve this and all but the first named stand
before the people' for an endorsement of
their attempt to act upon this belief in this
present council, with reference to the nar
row gauge road. Let tho peoplo endorse
the beliefs and the actions of these men by
re-electing them to tjglr positions in the
city council. ,
A largo, gathering of colored people
was hold at the court house Inst nlht, In
rosponso to a call, published in Sunday's
BrjUKTiN. Tho object of the meeting was
to reeommeoded a good colored man to
Captain J. R. Thomas for an appointment
to a position in the clonk room of the feder
al houso of representatives. The meeting
was very enthusiastic from beginniiifj'totho
end. A resolution, offered by Mr. Mcliwcn
recommending Mr. Ocurgo W. Tanner for
tho appointment, was - tho sigual for
the beginning ot a somewhat heated discus
sion between a number of prominent col
ored men, among them Messrs. Bird and
Scott, the subject of discussion being not
so much the man rccommendod as other
matters, not appropriate to the occasion, to
w'ticli reference had been made. The res
olution was finally adopted by a good ma
jority, and Mr. Tanner stands recommend
ed to Cuptain Thomas' kindly considera
tion. It is probable that Mr. Tanner, who
is a worthy young mm, ' having been for
some timo a teacher in the colored public
school hero, will be appointed, for In his
recent letter to Officer Wims, Captain
Thomas speaks very confidently of his
ability to procure an appointment.
In speaking of a rccont visit to Mound
City of Col. Hamilton and Captain Wil
liams, the Pulaski patriot Bays: "Colonel
Hamilton seemed to bo well pleased with
our people, and with tho prospect of the
business of our city, but what he really
thinks about building bis road in to Mound
Citylio one hero is able to toll, as the col
onel don't talk much." Whcreforo this
doubt and thrs reticense. First, Mound
City woula surely become the Bouihcrn
"terminus" of tho narrow gaug then, it
was to be tho objective point for a "branch,"
and is the whole scheme now to din out
and to be admitted to have bocn merely an
electioneering dodge? Alas I it doth seem
so. The whirligig of time plays sad havoc
with our fond hopes sometimes, brother
Robarts, (sometimes called "Friday") and
you may as well curb your imaginations
which, not many suns ago, soared aloft,
confident that soon the air of the City ot
the Mounds would vibrate with the thun
dering roll and shrill scream of a narrow
gauge engine of a narrow gauge company
with a narrow gauge conscience but a
broad gauijo maw. Alas I poor "Friday,"
Tub Bulletin's big heart bleedet'i for thee.
Rev. F. L. Thompson, of Chester, was in
tho city yesterday.
Mr. Bernard 8myth Is very sick at St.
Mrs. Harvey Robinson, of Memphis, is
in the city, visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. U. Scbutter.
County Treasurer Miles W. Ttrker does
not show any signs of "being a little tho
worse for the wear" by reason of his contact
with a drunken man who behaved disor
derly in the former's confectionery on Sun
IT IS AND IT ISN'T.
The Amsterdam railroad company and
its few hangers-on in" the city of Cairo, Ills ,
U. S., A. clalm'th tt the present St. L uis
and Cairo railroad company buiug an
eutirely neworanizition, is not responsible
for tho obligations (which were all repu
diated, by the way) of the old Cairo and
St. Louis railroad company. All rig it, v. e
will admit the cltim to be correct; aul as
a natural consequence tho franchises and
property and rights of way, etc., granted to
the old organization full back to the origin!
granotra, do) they not, gentlemen? An 1,
also as a natural consequence, tho new
organization, tho present St. Louis and
Cairo railroad company, docs not own any
right of way in the city and n.s kkvkk
YKT ASKED TUB CITT C IDNCIL FOH 1UOIIT
OF WAY INTO TflE CITY, 18 it not BO Kuntl1"
man? Or will you tell us that the new
company is the old company, when it cones
to tho ownership of property, rights and
franchises; but that the oil .com.mny ica
new company, when tho conditions upon
which that property, those rights and fran
chises, were granted are under discussion?
Can a convicted thief lay aside the prison
garb, assume that of ' an honest man and
enjoy his stolen treasurers without an?
blame for the manner in which they wi re
gotten? According to tho theory of a few
good citizens of Cairo it seems that ho can
provided hois a numerous and a wealthy
"Ferryboat Three States will mako a trip,
free for all, this afternoon, at 4 o'clock, to
'Dutch Gap Canal,' whero can be seen the
wonderful phenomena of water running up
hill at the rate of 200 feet per minute;
Sunday, April 10th, 1881." .
Such was the announcement of a hand
bill, circulated about the city last Sunday,
which induced about threo hundred citizens
to make the trip. The exenrsion party ar
rived at tho gap a littlo before fivo o'clock
when all went ashore to witness tho pheno
mena; spent about half an hour most
pleasantly, and returned home with a hearty
contempt for tho law of gravitation so far
as water was concerned.
The water waa still running with great
force, as St was also yesterday, through tho
gap in the leveo and through tho ditch con
necting tho two ponds. Through the latter
a stream, about fivo feet wide and one foot
deep, was pouring; and through tho former
the water rushed in a stream of twolvo feet
in width at the narrowest point and twenty
inches deep by actual measurement, but
not qulto so rapidly as It did Saturday, as
tho water losldo had bocn very much
lowered. A few days ago Grandmother
Argus, blinded xhy prejudice In thlt at In
nearly all other important matters, sought
to belittlo this means of ridding tho city of
thewator, by saying tlmttho gap allowed
about as much water to pass out as two of
tho smallest sewers. The fact Is that, ever
J. BUEGEE & BEO.
Will donate ono hundred dollars to any chsriiablo institution the mayor of Cairo may
designate, provided it can be truthfully stated that we in any Instance advcrtlso goods
qualities and prices, that wo cannot show. It is a fact that at times we mention prices,
for certain lines of goods that are so ridiculously low as to seenimpossible to the
public, and oven to other dealers, and we do not blame them for their incredulity, be.
Ing as they are, unaware of tho advantages and facilities we havo for obtaining at cer
tain times Urjrulots of thounst desirable gods at prices greatly under thoir real value
and hero aro tho
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise
8ECOND We havo ample capital and
TniRD We are at all times represented
who is always on the lookout.
Now, it is by taking advnntnge of thcBo opporluniiics that wo do from time to time
nme audi apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we are telling Middlesex
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lue Flannel Suit, each suit bears the ticket with ful. ifamn Middlesex Co, $10.00. None
enuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for $9.50, worth ft 5 00. A very nob
y Rud Silk Mixed Suit at $12 !0, worth $19.00. Wn do not veil tromla tor lwat" than coat
We want it distinctly understood that we
that principle by which'a merchant ran sell goods for less than cost, and still keep store
has never yet been discovered. Come and see our goods. You will lot bo importuned
J. BUKGKEB &BEO, .
A-t Palace Clothing House,
108 Commercial Avenuo.
since it has been running, it has allowed
nrakly threk times asmuch water to pass
out as all tub sKWKns combined. The
total capacity of tho sewers, two of which
aro eighteen and two-twenty inches in
diameter, is about one thousand ono bun
dred squares inchei; the capacity of the
ap, or rather ilw dimensions of the stream
of water passing through it, until yester
day was ex tctly two thousand eight hun
dred and eighty square inches.
Figures will convince most anyone who
is open to conviction, but it is very doubt
ful that they will have any tffect on blind
Old Lady Argus, from whose mental and
moral vision the truth is effectually ex
cluded by tho thick b!ankc. of prejudice;
wIihso ignornnce is inexcusable, and whose
efforts to deceive and pn j idice her readers
are moat despicable. 80 far from proving
a failure, the cut in the Mississippi levee
surpasses tho highest cxpectatiot.s of Its
projectors, doing more tflVctual work than
it was thought capnblo of; and instead of
bringing discredit, It brings honor upon
the gentleman who Btisgetttcd it ami upon
those who, after mature deliixrati-D, car
ried it iut t -fleet.
Whatever may be the ostensible, tho pro
claimed, purposes of the few gentlemen in
tho city, who have, within the lust few days,
sought ti lead public attention into a chan
nel long abandoned Ix'cauw of its musti
nesa who hare attempted to rprini; at this
election nwn covered questions concerning
tho dead past, which are not germ-tin to the
matters at issue iu the present election it
is koowu, and these gentlemen cannot hide
the fact, that they aro springing theso
musty questions as a cover for their real
purposes. They arc good fellows, t-tcinlly
and in every other way, but a long brood
ing over past wrongs, real and fancied,
many of them fancied, has nude them one
sided and unatniaiilo in the consideration
of municipal hffiirs. They would now
seek to accomplish by tearing of hair, .-pitting
in one another's faces, tit gret co-it
greater delay and probable failure, tluvt
which can be accomplished better, with
greater certainty and without expense to
the city, by an exercise of good judgment
and good will. Lmg-faced fellows, they
are. Very solicitious of the msr interests
of the city, they raise a great cry of what
should have been done, and how it should
have been done, twenty years ago, by met ,
whose tomb stones are all that remain to
tell of their existence; but they entirely
ignore the intercstsof the city to-day. In fact,
whilo pretending to deplore tho city's past
III treatment by railroad and other corpora
tions, they are seeking, by v.iried meaus, to
induce them to step right into tho open
maw of a ompany of foreign millionaire,
which has taken advantage of every op
portunity to swindle and impose upon the
city, and has succeeded iu tloin so at
every attempt so far but ono, namely, the
attempt to steal from,tho city perpetual pro
tection from the Mississippi river without
contributing a farthing towards the ex
pense. Ip this attempt St was foiled by
tho watchfulness of the city council, which,
as Col. Hamilton expressed It, was "not the
kind of city council they had thought it
to be; and that they bad expected to lun
right into town as is customary when a tittle
country village blocks the way."
Tho question which Is to bo decided to
day Is not, "who ownes tho levees," or "who
should collect whurfago," or "wh'i should
protect tho city from ovei flow," or "who
should have done so twenty year ago," nr
"why did tho city council of 1817 do this,''
or "why did thut gf 1871 do that," or "who
struck Billy Patterson" these questions
have nothing whatever to do with tho pres
ent election. They are either dead aud not
worthy of a moment's thought now, or
they aro of a character that nothing bIhti
of ten years' litigation ami tho expendi
ture of thou3ands of dollars Citn de
cide them. Thoy arc forelgu to
tho questions at Isnio to-dny;
to bo guided by them In tlto selection ol
candidates for tho city council iu this
election is just as ludicrous ns to be guided
by an old burnt out candlo stick in an
wo buy to t upply our numerous stores.
are prepared to buy cai-h down
in eastern mnikeU by a resident buyer
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make a small profit on everything we 111 r.,y
effort to determine whether electricity can
bo utillized for lighting purposes or not.
The real questions at issue are:
Fihbt, would it to tbk city'b m-
TKIIK8T TO 11AVK ITS KKW LKVKB STBKNQTn-
And second, wopld it be to thecitv's
IXTEKEST TO ACCK1T Tng OFFER OF TUX
BT. IOCia ANUCAIHO XAILHOJD OOMPAKT,
MADK TO THE CITIZEN'S COMMITTEE OF FIVE,
TO UCILD ITS snAHE OF A THIKTY FOOT EM
BANKMENT AO At NaT THE CITY'S HEW LKYtE,
EITHEn ALOSO ITS OUTER OR TgXEA MDE?
These are the question to be ducjded by
the voters of the city, and if, after mature
deliberation they have answered them af
firmatiily, then they may vote for Meters.
Win. McIIale, Jesse Hinkle, B. F. Blake,
A. Swoboda, and T. W. Halliday, and
rest assured that their views will bo car
ried out and that the interests of the city
will be scrupulously and firmly enforced
against all men and associations of man.
Dr. Pierce's iMlHts," or sugar coated
granules the original '-Little Liver Pills,"
(beware of iiniiatiun) cure sick and
bilious headache, cb-ane the stomach and
latwehs nd purify the blood. To get gen
uinr, s-.'c Dr. Pierce's signature and por
trateon trovi rnment stamp. 25 cents per
vial, by tlruggirta.
FOH KALE DV
NX UAL STATEMENT OF TOWN-iV-
llitnr.ee ApttH. 'KHi f IWT7 S4
Taxi, irom ahcrlff. ciinotf collector I'! (!
ftmfuii. from routrty aoperiotrartmit.. . St40
IMnetpal of T. fund received oa aaiea to -
... . ink. mi
Intrrtt receiveiVun aic In foreclosure... 4"0 74
Current lntrt rucelvud on Uant. 3A4 ti
Si 30 19
f 70M 09
J ilitlor wnnen
.... . ...I,.... .......... M.M.
Itmnrence... . ..... ...
tlii.ww. .nil ..thr hn.riur.ril .
Kent for which anil waa brought, and ex
linok. nought, hjr board of education...,
rtircbniNi iniitxiy fur lot 84, tilisa 47, CltJ..
Nnlnry i( fecrutert ror1 ol Ei),niai.M
H''ir!cc of eounty etiperlutendant.
Piluiln - -
TowhIIiie. oi, urnihblng, Ac. .......
Broom, uualrre, A'............ ".....
Ink. tvi)iii, Ac., Ac. ,
liin: lie and rvpaira on eame .......
nittiftua prlvlcn, repair on same...
nnMurintr, lime, itc t
Kipioin hi,.,. ,,
e eaeeee e e asee
t ...... -..I-
ihhnm e e
U.M'1111 . . . .M...I. . ... ....... "-
Tn-a.nrer'e alary and Mrrlcea la . fere
cloture ind other milu
TnwnMilp election expenree .'...
B.ok for me of townehip..... ..
Total et sesTesemesieej
Hapeudltnrei . ....... ..v..... 'TO'7 81
Palanca...; .....-..........-Me T
" im-; ,ouir TOSsv .
Theabflveend foretfolBf Utroe and correct td
tha beat of mv knowl.d,. uaMI.
' flnhcrl1ed and iworB to before m this lj rtiV at
April, A. 1, IMS. -uVaVlle.
rjii. w. c. jocfiyn;
OKPlCrl-Elghta Street. Bear Come erclat Atenae
JU. B. W. WU1TLOOK, ,
Omcm-No. 188 Commercial Avsnat, betweei