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TUB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING. JUNK IS. 1882.
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PURE CREAM TARTAR
If alum or any liOuriotiasiib-UAiiceacaii bo found
In Andrews' Poarl Baking rowder. la
tivel PURE. endorsed, and U-Ktlmoiilabi
recclvtdTruin snob chum ints as H. I)ana Hays, Ho,
ton: M. IVlafonlAUio, of Chicago; and Uustuvn
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold In bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
46 Michigan At,
287. 2SD & 2'Jl K. Water'.
f Adjourned Regular Meeting of thu City Couuell.j
Council Chamber, (
Cairo, 111.. Juno 8th, 1883.
city council met at 7:110 p. ni. pur
suant to aijuournment.
Present His Honor Mayor Thistlewood,
and AlcJcrmeii Blake, Ilallulay, Hinkle,
IIutjheB, Kiinbrouh, MclIalu,Swoloilaarid
Absent iVldermen I'atier and Pettit.
Tlie city clerk being absent, Alderman
Halliday was, on motion of Aldermnu
Wood, elected clerk pro tetn. of this
The first huniness in order beiur the
reading of the minutes of last regular and
intervening official meeting, on motion of
Alderman Hughes the minutes of Hpecial
meeting, May 23d last, were aineuded bo as
to show the bids for furnishing sewer pipe
and other public work, presented and that
meeting, a? follows:
Bid ol E. W. Halliday to furnish sewer
pipe : To be St. Louis Standard sewer pipe
delivered oi landing at Cairo at 20c r pe
foot for 0 inch pipe, 30c per foot for 12
inch pipe and 40c per foot for 15 inch pipe ;
and for junction pieces the price of 4 feet
of straight pipe same size. For work on
Walnut street from sewer at 7th street to
and across (I th street to furnish and lay 12
inch pipe in accordance with advertisement
45c per foot, adding price 2 leel for each
junction, and furnish and lay It inch pipe
at 33c per loot, and build receives with U
inch brick walls and 18x30x48 inches in
the clear for f 0.00 each. Hid accompanied
by proper bond.
Bids of II. T. Gerould and Samuel Wal
ters for furnishing sewer pipe; of James
Ounn for furnishing and laying sewer pipe,
and of fl. T. Oerould for drive well work,
were not accompanied by bids as required,
and were therefore declared informal by
Aid. Blake moved that bids, in accord
ance with notico for proposals, bo offered to
street committee, and the informal bids be
returned to the bidders. Curried.
(Inasmuch as under tho motion the In
formal bids have been returned to bidders,
and the clerk pro tem is therefore unable
to givo the exact figures, but the other bids
for furnishing suwer pipe were about 10c
per foot higner than bid of E. V. llaHiility,
and tho other bid for furnishing and lay
ing sewer pipe much higher.)
On motion of Alderman Wood the niin
UtcB of last regular and intervening special
meetings were approved without further
Alderman Paticr appeared in his seat.
KKI'OIU'S CITY OKKK'tilH.
L. II. Meyers, City Marshal: Report of
lumber and sacks sold to tho county $74,
with the Treasurer's receipt fur said
Rsport of arrests by the police force for
May, ami his report as Acting Health Of
ficer were, on motion of Alderman Wood,
received and filed.
Report of John Cain, City Jailer, for
May, waB on motion of Alderman Hinkle
received and filed.
Reports of Justice Osboru, for May,
allowing fines collected and paid over $22,
end the report of Justice Robinson, for
April, allowing (lues collected and paid
over Q1, were presented: Atdermau Hin
kle moved to receive and tilo. Carried.
Report of Thomas J. Keith, City Treas
urer, for May was read, aud on motion of
AldermsB Wood was referred to tho City
Comptroller tor verification.
Report of D. J. Foley, City Comptroller,
upon the report of the City Treasurer, for
April, showing amo to have been
examined and found correct, was on mo
tion received ami filed.
The. annual report of the Comptroller, of
receipta and expenditures from May 1
1881, to April 30, 1882, and the balances
remaining in the several funds was pro
, tented and read. On motion of Alderman
Wood wu referred to the Finance Com
KEPOBTS Or COMMITTER.
Tbt Committee ou Streets and Draiosgo
submitted the following report:
Caiuo, III., Juno 5th, 1882.
To Ihu Hon, Mayor and City Council or tho City or
Gentlemen Your street committee would
recommend tho acceptance of E. W. Hal
lid ay's proposal, for furnishing sewer pipo,
also his proposal for furnishing and laying
sewer pipe on Walnut street.
Wo would also recommend tho adoption
of tho following resolution:
Resolved, That tho subject of tho accu
mulation within the levees, in periods of
high water in the rivers, of water atising
from rains, sipago and other causes, bo re
feired to a comniitteo, to be appointed by
tho mayor, which coiumittoo shall bo com
posed of flvo members of tho City Council
and five citizens, being real estate owners,
and not members of the City Council, and
that it shall bo thu duty of said committ
teo to examine into the subject and report
to the City Council at an early day for their
consideration, the best mode, in their
opinion, of removing tho causes of such ac
cumulations, and preventing such accumu
lations in the future. Respectfully sub
mitted, W. H. TutSTLKWOOl),
Alderman Wood moved to receive. Car
ried. Alderman Blako moved that the bids of
E. W. Halliday, for furnishing sewer pipe,
and for laying a sewer ou Walnut street,
bo accepted. Carried.
Alderman Blake moved that tho resolu
tion bo adopted. Carried.
The Ordinance Committee reported the
following ordinances, under instructions
from the council:
An ordinance to establish and maintain
a public library.
ORDINANCE No. -.
An ordinance to estahl lull and maintain a Public
Library and Reading Koom in the oily of Cairo
llu II ordaiucd by the City Council of lbs city of
Suction. 1. That there he and la bttroby estab
lished lu the city of Cairo a I'ublic Library and
Reading Room for tho use aud bent tit of the inhabi
tant of said city.
Section.;!. The mayor sha'l appoint nine citizens
of the cltv ofCrlro an a Hoard of Directors for Hold
Public Library and Heading Room, who shall be
c hone n with reference to their lit lien to act an inch
director, and who shall not euterupon their duties
ns director" until they havo, respectively, been ap
proved by a majority of the City Council; and who
shall he known and called the Hoard of Directors of
the Cairo I'ublic Library and Reading Room.
Section. S. The mayor shall, with the advice and
content of thesa.d Board of Directors, provide and
set apart a suitable room for said Public Library
and Reading Room
Section. Ihe logal title to thu books, maps,
charm, periodicals, ongravluga, paintings, furniture,
and other property In and connected with the said
I'ublic Library and Reading Room shall bo In tho
aid Hoard of Directors, to be held by said board in
tnint lor the cltvof Cairo and tho Inhabitants there
of. Section. 5. Any parses who shall wilfully cut,
write upon, or in any manner deface or lujuru auy
bonk, periodical, map, chart, or other property of
said Hoard of Director shall be fined not less than
Ave dollars nor more than fifty dolar for every such
Section, tl. Any person, who shall fall to return
any bonk, map, chart, periodical, or other preperty
of said I'ublic Library, arcui.lln;: in tho rules and
regulations duly adapted by said Hoard of Directors
shall he fined not less than onedollarnor mure than
twenty-five dollars lor every such offense.
Section. 7. Hulls for the enforcement of any of
the provisions ol said suctions flvi and sit shall he
brought before any police magltrat or justice of
the peace ol the city or Cairo In the name of the
r.lty.of Cairo for tho uso of sa d Hoard of Director
and shall bo prosecuted by either the city attorney
or the corporation counsel, as thu mayor may direct
and all flues collected by Mich suits shall be paid to
said Hoard of Directors, to be Invested In books for
Section. 8. The donation made by the Wemsn's,
Club and Library Association Is hereby accepted In
accordance with the terms of said donation, and tho
said Hoard of Directors Is Instructed to take posses
sion of the hooks and other property Included In
said donation, aud hold the suu lu trust aforesaid.
On motion of Alderman Blako, the report
received. The ordinance then read for tho
first time, and laid over under the rules.
An ordinance providing for the appoint
ment of a city engineer.
ORDINANCE NO. -. 1
An ordinance providing for tho appointment of a
City F.nglnccr aud to dcBnu his duties aud tlx
Ho It ordained by the City Council of tUo city of
Suction t . That there shall be appointed by Ilia
Mayor, by and with the cousunt of the City Coun
cil of the cily of Cairo, a City KiiKlnecr who shall
hold bisoltle.u lor thu term of one year or longer at
thu dlscrutlon of thu Jlnvor aud City Council,
such appointment to be made in the same manner
that ollli era are appointed under section two, of
chapter (.') two, of thu revised ordinances of th la
city uow In force.
Section -l. It shall be lli duty of the City Ku
glnoer to make surveys aud do all tho engineering
work that may bo necessary lucoiinectlcn with any
and all public Improvements, llu shall supervise
all woik done upon Ihu street, sidewalks and
drainage or auy Improvement being curried on by
the city. Ho will reject all materials furnished
and labor performed where such material and labor
furnished sud performed does not come up to tho
contracts under which they weie furnished. Such
rejection however being subject to the approval of
the committee on streets and of the City Council .
Section 3 It shall be the duly of the City Kngln.
our from time to time to inspect all sewers lu Ihe
city and see that the same are lu good repair and
Hint the sewer gates, valves Ac, ure kept In good
order, lie will report tolha City Council his ob
servations In reference to the wauls and noeealllo
In his department. Hut will lu no case make any
expenditures miles sticlieipendltiirns are author
ised by the City Council.
Section . lie will attend all meetings of lh
committee ou streets, board of health or City
i council vine n roiinreu in no so ami givo silcu in
formation na may be required by thum, Consistent
with the duties ol hls ofllc.e.
Suction fl. ThoClly Knglncor shall receive a
salary or hundred dollars per annum
payable monthly In thu same manner as other sala
ried n Ulcers of the city are now paid,
On motion Alderman McIIale report re
ceived. Ordinance then read first time
and laid over under tho rules,
An ordinjmce providing tor thu appoint
ment of a city comptroller.
OIIRINANl'K NO. -,
An ordinance providing for tho appointment of a
i;ny comptroller, nililg ills salary aud relating
He It ordained h Ihe Cltv Council of thu ell of
Section 1. That there shall ha aiiiinltil..it liu llm
Mayor, by aud with the consent aud advice of thu
City Council, a City Comptroller:
Section 18. Tbu City Comptroller shall be paid a
alary of dollars per suuum. nsvabln
monthly lu tlia asms manner as olh r salaried offi
cers of the city are now paid.
nenionn, lie snail perlorm all tho duties now
proscribed by ordinance or that may bo beroallor
required by thu City Council.
Alderman Blako moved to receive report.
Carried. Ordinance was then read first
time and laid over under rules.
An ordinance to amend section 32, chap,
tor 0, revised ordinances, fixing tho fire
limits within thu city,
Ad ordinance to amend section (IJ of chapter ()
"'"'i iiruiiisuccs, nauig -ns nre limits wllliiu
lie it ordalued by th. Cily Council of th oily of
Section 1. That section of chapter sli of re
vised ordinance, which Axes the Are limits with
In ha city, be amended so as to beroafter read as
follows, to wit; :
wIim-V! , A" that part of the city embraced
thrill i fH ng blocks, vl,! Blocks one, two.
u, iwuve, Ujtrtwu, fourtouu, llftoeo, slxtoen,
enleen, city of Cairo, and all lots abutting Commer
cial svenneln blocks eighteen, nineteen, twenty,
twenty-one, Iwemy-lwo. twenty-three twenty-four
twenty dvo, twenty-sir., twenty seven, twenty-eight,
twentv-ntsas, thirty, llilrly-one, tblity-two, thirty
three,' thirty-four, thirty flvo and thirty-six, city of
Cairo shall hereafter he kuown as the lire limits.
All ordinances or parts of ordinance In conflict
wllji tills ordliiHiico are hereby repealed:
Alderman Bluko moved to receive report.
Carried. Ordinance was read first time.
And on motion of Alderman Blake rules
were suspended and ordinance placed ou
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Ilinklo, Kim
brotigh, McIIale, Patier, Bwoboda and
Nays -Hughes 1.
Alderman Wood then offered tho follow
ing, and moved that it bo substituted for
the foregoing ordinance. Carried.
OKDINANCK NO. -.
A n ordinance to amend suction (3J ) of chapter A
revised ordinances fixing the fire limit within
He It oniaiued by tho city council of the city of
Section 1. That section Hi) of chapter (U) of re
vised ordiuaiius which flies the Are limits within
the cily orCalro be amuuded so as to hereafter read
us follows to wit.
Section (:W)all that part of tho city embraced
within the following blocks, vir.: Blocks one, two,
three, four, live, six, seven, eight, ulne, ten, eleven,
twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, Blxtcen. aevun
tuen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty, twenty-one, twenty-two,
twenty Ihroe, twenty-four, twenty tlo.
twenty-six, I wentT-seveu, twenty eight, twenly-nlne
thirty, thirty-one, thirty-two, city of Cairo Also
blocks sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, and nineteen
In the 0 st addition to the cily ol Cairo, shall hole
after be known as the Are limits. All ordinances
or parts of ordinances In conlkt with this ordi
nance are hereby repealed .
On motion ot Alderman Wood reperscd
back to ordinance committees with instruc
tions to report at next regular meeting.
Tho following potitions asking abate
ment of and relief from Bpccial assess
ments for sidewalks were presented and
Of B. McManus, ou motion Alderman
Blake, referred to mayor with authority to
Of Ono. Kohler & Co., on motion Alder
man Hughes, referred to mayor.
Of I). B. & B. F. Thistle wood, on motion
Alderman Hughes, rcforred to mayor.
Of Louis Herbert and Chas. Gayer, on
motion Alderman Swoboda, referred to
Petition of Patrick Maloney and others
asking that house on lot 2, block 12, city of
Cairo, bo declared a nuisance on account of
its dangerous condition, was presented aud
On motion of Alderman Wood referred
to city marshal with instructions to act and
give notico in accordance with ordinances.
Petilion of Win. Sickmau for ferry license
was held to bo out of order, as tho ordi
nance already provide therefor.
CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
Tho salaries of regular city officers wore,
upon motion of Alderman Blake, allowed,
ayes 0, nays 0, as follows:
Salary bill of city officers for month of
May was read as follows, viz:
N.B. Thistlewood, mayor ,..$83 33
1). J. Foley, city clerk 75 00
Tims. J. Kerth, treasurer 50 00
L. H. Myers, marshal 75 00
Wm.B. Gilbert, corporation counsel. 01 07
W. E. 'Hendricks, city attorney 20 83
A. Comings, police magistrate 25 00
John P.IIogan, police constable (10 00
Henry Dtinker, " " .... (10 00
I. Miihoney, " " .... (10 00
Warren Winis, " " GO 00
John Tyler, " .... GO 00
H. P. Martin, " " .... 00 00
Anthony McTigue, " " 60 00
Sundry claims and accounts were pre
sented and read, as follows:
Chas. Duncan, 13 days on sido-
walks, at $1 00 $ 20 25
Jas. Milton, 10J same 15 75
J. B. Johnson, 24 saaio 80 00
E. F. Ax ley, 17 samo 20 25
Georgo O. Farris, 10 samo 15 00
John Manahan, 10; same 10 12
II. Boyd, 19 same 28 50
John Jefferson, 20 Bitmo 30 00
Wm. Elder, 2 sumo 3 00
Nathan Perry, 2 same 3 00
P. Driscoll, 2 sume a 00
Win. Robinson, OJ4 same 0 37
Steplien Foy, 2 samo ' 3 00
Andy Rued, 13 sumo 10 87
Frank Hell'ner, 10 same 10 12
Frank Gunther, 15.'4' same 22 87
John Ferguson, hauling lumber ... 14 D'J
Peter Wttlder.saine 5 75
Win. Casey, same 35
J. I). Morgan, samo 35
J. S. McGahey, lumber for sidewalk
and park 392 48
W.L. Winiins, nails, Ac 88 00
O. W. Henderson, 3 tiles 25
n.Sihultz, nails 00
R. Taylor, 14J.J days foreman ou
streets 20 50
Bid. Wiley, 11 f days labor at
1.50 17 25
Jan. Keating, 15 samo 22 50
Putt Collins 10 same 15 00
Frank Drum, 15 samo 22 50
Pat Lano, 14 same 21 00
Geo. Atcher, 17', same 25 87
Tim HuHsiaii, 15 sumo 22 50
C. Cull d i ne, 12 sume 18 00
Dan Foley, 12 samo 18 00
Jas. Mechlin, 15 sumo 50
M. Ilunrnhun, 7 same 10 50
John Murphy, G same 1) 00
John O'Briitn, 5 same 7 50
II. L.Kelly, 13 same 20 02
L. Handle)', U? same 17 02
Chas. Wheeler, 13 sumo 20 02
Willis Thomas, 12J4' hamo 18 37
Robt. Steele, 13 same, 20 25
Heury Morris, U'f saint) 19 87
John Thomas, 12 same 19 12
Chas. Washington, 12, samo 18 87
Geo. Washington, 15?4 same 23 02
EbMorun, 13' same 22 25
II. Downing, 1 sumo 1 50
Nelson Perry, HS( same 21 37
Manuel Wooten, lljj same 17 25
Jas. Freeman, 14 same 2137
Hummer Martin, 14 same 21 00
Ira Richey, 11 same 10 50
George Ross, 14 '4 same 21 37
John Moore, 0 same 0 00
Robt. Bailey, 0 same 0 00
James Dawson, 13 samo 20 03
Mat. Price, 0)i samo 13 87
I)an.Harman,10 samu 15 37
M. Houlahan, 14 same 21 00
P. Mayncr, 14 Mtno 21 00
P. Masterson, 11 same 10 60
M. Galvin, 1 samo l 50
P. Corcoran, 1 samo 150
Thomas Meuhan, Jr., 12Jjj days
with team, at $3 00 37 75
Thomas Median, Sr., 2 same and
4 loads 7 00
N. Bedit, i same 13 50
R. Taylor, 7 same 21 00
B. F. Thistlewood, 0 samo 20 25
Ed. Joues, Gig same..; 19 60
Wm. Fisher, 1J samo at $2 60.. 3 75
John Cain, 12 days with jail guug
at 1 50 18 00
R. 11. Buird, 9 days us foreman at
(3 00, aud 17 days at f 2 00. . . 01 00
Tim Got man, 15 days ns foreman
at-$3 00 45 00
T. Martcllo, repairing tools 3 70
F. Hofheinz, same ; 2 25
J.Mujor, same 5 25
Win. M. Davidson, 1 bucket and dip
per 1 20
H. Fertoe, 10 days building Btouo
crossings at $3.50 50 00
F. Fertoe, 10 days labor at $1.50. . . 24 00
Halliday & Phillips, 9 tarpuulens at
$15, 13500 cr. by 5 returned
damaged $25 110 00
O. R. Woodward, 2 hand axes 2 80
S. Walters, stakes for engineer 9 22
W. T. Pitcher, labor and material for
sewer 1 00
M. Driscoll, 12) days in drains. . . 18 75
John Riggins, 12Ja days samo 18 75
B. F. Thistlewood, 12& days with
team on streets 37 50
F. Swoboda. 11 days guarding" small
pox patients 22 00
II. Downing, 20 same 41 00
A. Horrell, 30 same 00 00
John Brooks, 11 days labor under
health department 10 50
Chas. Johnson, 30 days nurse at city
hospital GO 00
Arena Hunter, 21 same at pesthouso 10 00
.Tenhie Bass, nursing patients 14 00
M. Bullet, 8 days cleaning drives. 13 10
Plumcr Martin, 2)4' days same 3 40
Chas. Thornton, 8 days labor at hos
pital 10 oo
Clem. Young, 3J- work on streets
and graveyard 6 75
Nealy Bottis, 1 days hauling trash 23 75
Ed Jones, day sane 1 r'0
Thos. Median, 2 days same 7 50
John Ferguson, l,' Uuys hauling to
Chas. Berry, 3 days hauling trash . 9 00
Wm. Grav. 4i duvs whitewashing
nest house 9 00
W.P.IIalliday, lumber tor pest house 69 12
J.S. McGahcv. same 27 00
M. WhIIits. Name 3 80
Lancaster & Rice, same 10 03
Wm. Harrell, furniture and bedding
for nest liouse M
J. Pyatt, stove for same 4 00
C. W. Wheeler, wood and coal for
samo 13 50
Geo. E. O'Hara, drugs for same... 30 05
II. Schulze, groceries tor Bame 170 55
Win. Eichoff, 1 mattrass 2 75
Halliday itll'hillips, 200 lbB copperas 5 50
H. Raggio, 18 empty barrels 2 70
L. Parrazzo, 53 same 7 95
M. Wright, hauling lime 14 00
L. II. Myers, money advanced for re
moving and burying dead ani
mals 7 50
Dr. 11. R. Carter, attendance ou
patients . ..119 50
St. Mary's Infirmary, care, medicine
and burial of patients 320 89
Bam Brown, removing garbage as
per contract 30 00
Chas. Throckmorton, furniture for
pest house 22 50
Robt Hinkle, 201 lbs meat at 10c. 20 10
R. II. Cunningham, rent of coun
cil chamber 10 00
M. Hhelton, janitor for same 5 00
Gas Company, gas for same 55
J. Sprout, ico for same 50
P. G. Scl.uh, stationary for same. 2 85
Cairo Bulletin, publishing proceed
ing, etc 33 20
John Cain, dieting prisoners bo-
ftforo and after trial Ill 80
Gas Company, gas for jail 4 40
Gns Company, gas for street lamps. 207 75
Gas Company, gas for police head-
quarter 1 95
C. B. Nowland, work ou pumps. . . 5 90
Mrs. C. J. Taylor, leaso of lots, 17
and 18, Block 13, one year 80 00
Wm. B. Gilbert, money advanced
for costs, &c, in suits against city 19 00
A. H. Irvin, cost in caso city vs. F,
Bross i... 0 75
J. O. Chance, fees in caso city vb.
Bross 9 70
O. A. Ohborn, percentage on tines
collected 11 00
P. Graney, hauling two men to
J. II. Robinson, J. P., perceutago
on lines collected 30 50
W. E. Hendricks, percentage ou
tines collected 19 95
II. T. Gerould, repairs on pump
$4 50, 20 feet 9 inches sewer
pipe, $8 10 12 00
A. HtiHunka, 2 camp stoolsjfor pest
house 2 25
Joseph Stephens, hauling 4 loads
lumber 1 00
Referred to coiumittoo on claims under
11EBOLLTION8 AND MOTIONS.
Alderman Blake offered the following and
Resolved, That tho city clerk bo and
ho hereby is directed to re-advertiB0 for
proposals for sinking a drive well at tit.
Mary's park; also for keeping all the pub
lic drive wells in repair for tho lemaiuder
of fiscal year; also advertise for proposals
for laying sewer pipe, recommended by
street committee, uot already let; and to
include the laying of a sewer from tho
south sido of 8th street to north sido of 7th
street, along Jefferson avenue and along
7th street to its intersection with pipe al
ready laid ou latter street.
Pending discussion ol this matter Alder
man Blake moved that it be referred to
committee on streets. Carried,
Aldurmun Swoboda offered tbo follow
ing: Resolved, That the street committee be
iustructod to place a sewer on Poplar and
lDlh streets so s intersect with tho "Man
Hole" in 18th street sower.
On motion referred to committee on
Alderman Patier offered tho following
and moved its adoption;
' Resolved, That tho street committee re
port on the placing of sewer pipe from 20th
struct on Commercial avenuo to connect
with tho suwer at 14th street on said av
Alderman Patier oll 'iud the following
and moved its adoption :
Ribolveil, Tlnit the cmporation counsel
is hereb) insum led to pmeeed by (he nec
essary pui i sor ot lit i wi: e to condemn such
portion of Ohio levn , between bth and 14th
stieets, on oliiol vec, l.,r public use, and
to report his neiioii ut the next regular
meeting of tho city council. Carried.
The following bonds were presented:
Of Anthony McTigue, police constable.
On motion Alderman Mcllulu approved.
OI'E.A. Burnett, for doing rity printing.
Ou motion Alderman Swoboda t.pproved.
Of Samuel Drown, for removal of garb-
On motion Alderman Blako approved.
The following state and city liquor bonds
were presented, and, upon motion Alder
man Hughes, approved: Patrick Fitz
gerald, Cornelius Barrow, Samuel Stewart,
John Scheel, John Koehler, Adolph Swobo
da, Charles Edicker, Z. II. O'Briant, John
Gates, Nicholas Monce, Louis Herbert and
Louis C. Herbert.
On motion Alderman Swoboda tho couu-,
Tuos. W. Halliday,
City Clerk pro turn of this meeting.
To worry about any Liver, Kidney or Uri
nnry Trouble, especially Bright's Disease or
Dmbi tee, as llopBittersn never fails of a cure
wheie ii cure is pn-tiMo. Wo know this.
Tiik ('oi.' it ami I.e. the ok Youth sn
restored to ludrd or gmj huir by tin- u ot
Parker's ll.iir Ralsim, u harmless dresMiiig
highly i Mi i ine.l lor its perfume itnd puii'y.
Allen's Mi uiii Food pimitively cures nerv
ousness. inTMUis debility, and all weakness
of genei nt ive organs. $1. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Semi for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cain by linn-lay liros.
Go to Paul G. Sehuh for Mrs. Freemau'B
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are uuenualed. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Neglect frequentl re
sults m an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches )
not disorder tho stomach like cough syrup
and balsams, but act directly on the inllain
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, nnd
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subjert to. For thirty
years Brown's Iirouchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
givo perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide ami constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
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American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Odds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, has ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Itock and Rye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere arc the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testimonals from every
quarter of thu country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant taste and ugreeuble flavor, will
satisfy all those who are alllicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to bo secured by thu use of Tolu, Rock
and Rye. Chicago Times.
The Howe scales havo all the latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
the best. Borden, Selleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis, Mo. (3)
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vlulim of youthful Imprudence canaiug i'rema
tnre liecay, Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood, etc.,
having tried in vain every known remedy, has (Ls
coven-d a simple sell cure, which be will send FItKK
to hii fellow-siiflerern, addreua J. II, HhlXlst,
'it. I'iinll.uiii M.. N. V.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADC Mark. Tho Orout Knu-
llsh remedy, An
iiulailltiK cure for
iioteiicy rt;id all
diseases that folow
hs a sequence
of self nbnue; as
imlnrfi Takiiiiruiiivcrsalliissllnite i 7 . ,
.alnin tho bnrh.ww IWHng.
d mness or vision, premature old nuo, and ninny
oilier dlseaaes that lead to Insanity, consumption
or a premature grave.
s-full 1'arllnilurs In our jmniphlut, which wo
ileslre to send free bv mall to evervonn. I tTThe
hpeclllc Medicine is sold bv all dnu-i-ists at II nor
loicaaiie, or six pacliai;es for jr., or will be sent free
liv niailou rucuipt ol the moiiev, bv sddressliiir.
Tllft OKAY MKIJIC1NB CO.,
Hurra!, N. Y.
On accmiut of counterfoils, we have adopted tho
Yellow Wrapper; thu only Keuiilno. Otiatnutoui
of euro Issued
, , . N"'d In Cnlro by P. (1. Ht'Ul'H.
Chlcaio Avu' Morrison, Huinhcr & Co.,
Nollcu Is hereby ulven to the Illinois Central
Kallruad Company, Mobile mid Ohio Uullroad Com
paiiv, UjlroTranshir Company, Bt, Louis and Cairo
a road Compniiy Wabash, St, Louis and Tactile
Kailwav ( iiiiijiany, Mincer Maniifaclurlii Compa
ny. William fliitlnr Duncan, Wllllum V. Ilnlllday.
ilacoh Klulne, John . Uurnurd, Lessee and Henry
L. Ilallldny, Trustee:
That ct rtaln tracts and parcels of land In tho
county of Alexander and statu of Illinois, owned
by von, havo been subdivided so lhat thu samo
cannot be listed for the purposes of assessment and
taxation without descrlblnit thu same by mutes
Now therefore, you and each of you are hereby
no tilled to cause such tract and parcels of Umi,
so owned hy you to be surveyed and plaited for
that purpose, Into lots deslnntlnu the same by ap
propriate numbers, la accordance with section SI
of chapter 120, or tha Itevised Hlalutss of the
statu ol Illinois, Cot bran s lidlllon of 1881,
SAMUEL J, UUMM, County Clerk.
Cairo, Juuu luiU.lstu,
Cliilln and Fever.
Hlmmoiis I.lver Kcga.
Iiilor soon breaks thu
( lulls und carries tint
fever out ol the in stem.
Ii cures when all other
n medics lull.
K r tbu relief nnd euro
of this (I I stress! ii k dls
eas'i use Simmons Liv
The Regulator will poMlllvvly cure this terrible
disease. We asacrt emphatically whut wu know to
should not be regarded iim a tiltlliii; alHueiit. Na
ture iii'timihlx tint utmost regularity f the ho vols,
I he refute lux'st iwilure by lukliiK Siiiiiiioiim Liver
Iteiiiliitor. It Is harmless, mild and ellV.ctuul.
One or two tHblespoonfiils villi lelleve all the
troubles Incident to a bilious slnle, sm b as Nausea
Dizziness, Drowsiness, Distress ultcr itiHm', a bit
ter had tui-tu In the mouth.
Persons may avoid all altmks by occasionally
taklni- a dose of Hlmmons Liver IteiMihitur to keep
the liver in healthy action.
HAD liltKATI I!
cem-hilly urisin! frmi a disordered stomach, can
bu corrected bvtukiiii: Miniiiuiis Liver Jtitilutor
Simmon Liver Heculst r soon eradicates this (lis
case Iroin I lie system, leuvlntf thu skin cleur and
free from all Impurities
Children stifferlni; with colic soon experience ro
Iblalien i in in one I.h.r Kiuu'iitor 's udnilnlstor
ed. Adit Ik ii'Sii derive ureut bein lil from this
medicine. It is not unpleasant; It is hurmluis
and cllVctlv . Purely veei tahla.
I i L A I ) I ) K 11 Si, K 1 1 )N I0YS
Most of : he diseases ol the bladder orlutnale from
those of the kidneys. Hesiore Ihu sction of the
liver fill I j- and both tho kidney and bladder U
I ifTakf only the genuine, which always has on
the wrapper Ihe red Z tnidu murk and signature of
For s.iie by all drue,ests.
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If you sutler from dyspepsia, use
IIL'RDOCK HI.OOD HITTEIt.
If you are afflicted with biliousness, ne
lll'UIMK K IILOO!) HITTERS,
If yau aVc prostrated with sli k hcadsi c, take
HfKDOCK BLOOD HITTERS
If your bowels ate disordered rejiuhte tin m with
BURROCK HI.tX'D HITTERS.
If your bload Is lmiiurc, pnrlfy it wlih
Ill'RDOCK HLOOI) HITTERS
If you have indication, you will find an antidote in
Bl'RIXX'K HLOOI) HITTKKS.
If you are troubled with spring compla nts, eradi
cate them with Ilt'KDOCK HI.MOD HITTERS.
II your liver Is torpid restoro It to healthy anion
wita KUHDOf'K HLOOI) RITTRRH,
If yonr liver Is affected you will dud a shure. n-stor-stlvoln
Hl'lilJOCh IILOOD HirTKRS.
If you have any species of humor or pimple, full
not to take Ul'KDOCK HI.OOD HITTERS.
If you have any slniptoms of ulrrs or scrofulous
sores, a curative remedy will he ftitin i in
Ill'RDOCK HI.OOD HITTERS,
For Imparting strength and vitality to the system,
nothing can equal Ill'RDOCK HI.OOD HITTERS.
For Nervous and (lenersl Debility, tone up the
system with Ill'RDOCK HLOOI) HI ITERS
Pities (1 rsu hottlk; TuiAi.iio-ni.Ks, Iixtx,
FOSTER, MILBMN & CO., Prop'rs,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
For sale by PAUL G. SCIll II. ()
YOU It CAPITAL
Inventors of small and incvlltiri
ntiiotints in orniii, I'rovihioiiH n i
Mock as fully iirotoeteil mi iiuint
oxtensiVHiuKl iTillueiit.ini oiktii tors.
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No. Ml, North Third Street,
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many 01 1110 lwm nwui-
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f such varied powers, ns
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tltrtn.1 ttM-lfii.. unit lhi
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jtestoirr r.ver I nsa.
tfr ft -mi t ItaiiKdiltatsa
Blceplenc, & diicne-iil
u al 3 LirngVLIveKidne
HS r BalSaiTIl ll'flyl'Urenirroni
fiillio Moin.u n, unwell.
IMntl E.n..rall lltr nn. "no inner ionics, lit II
lis. Nrmr Nh to rw-m Um neverlnloXlcHtsil. III:ox
kKHitknl 4or to nf kslr. frC0.t ChenilM. N. Y. I