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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO. Given ,
If alum or biiv Injurious siiIiMancea cum be round
In Andrew4 Pourl BakitiR 1'owder. Is is
tivoly PM RE. Helm; Pii'lorw'd, ami testlmim litis
received Intiii such chemists as S. Dana nays, hoa
ton; M. Delafontaine, of ('hieaco; and Gustavui.
Never sold In bulk.
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Everv Cnrt. is warruiiti 'I siitis
factory toils wearer in rvvry 'v,
r tho money will hi! n1nnil.il l-y
the noraon from whom it w iit loiu:l;t.
ThnnlYNir-t primim-Mnl hv ""v lei.illm' 1 1 M-n-j
not Inlarlima I'l tin- n'f. 1,1 ' ' li'1'"-'1 ' 1
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Abdoalnul (ritra hearjri -00. Nrlit- &'
Health IVttIw (llnr ulll ii.lili. l'nrit-..ii
For sal by li-atlm KHall taler. " whore.
CHICMiO rolls K.T CO.. Mil III.
Cot.' NCI r, L' IT AM HICK, I
Caiiio. III., All!.'. tll, lt!H'. (
The ui'iyor bi.'injf uhsent the cleik cullud
(hi; meeting tonrileY.
Present--AMenneii I.Ukr, Ihlliduy,
IIu2clic8, KimliiMii'li, Mellile, Swuhwlii
ami WihmI 7.
Absent Jlinkle, I'utier and lVttit-3.
On motion of Al'lernuu W'nod, Ahler
iiiBti Ilnllidiiy wm railed to llii; i.huir.
On motion id' Aldei man Woo l minutes
of last regular meeting iipprove l without
IN FINISH KU JIL'SINKSK.
An ordinance granting ei mi.-'hion to
Mark Kain to remove bouse &c, laid over
under the rules at last meeting was read at
length the cecon I time.
Alderman Mellale moved to adopt ordi
nance ns read.
Motion ranicd by ihe following vote:
Ayes-Iilaek, Htlluluy, Hughes, Kim
brougli, M. Hale, Swoboda, an I Wood 7.
An ordinance granting permission to
build two frame dwtllmgf o'i lots 2 and o
block 1G, Firi-t addition to City if Cairo,
laid ever under tie; rul at I t'. meeting,
was read the c md ti 111;.
Alderman Mclla'.e move 1 to ad - j t or
dinance iih r-a I.
Motion lost. It hav'u not received a
tuajorit y of Alderman el de l.
Ayes lilak", Ilughee, Knnbroiih and
Nays Hallidny Mellale and WihmJ G.
Alderman Mellale having changed his
Tote from aye to nay bcfoie the vote was an
nounced. niu'oin ok oKKK.Kim.
A. Comings police magiHtrate hiibmitted
report of case1 tried by 1 1 1 1 it in month of
On motion of Alderman Wood received
L. 11. Myers city maiehal and acting
liealth officer mbniitted r- pott relating to
heal ti of city, uUo number, and nature ol
arrentuiade by whole of police force durinif
On motion of Aldi rmmi lluKben rereiwl
KKI'OUT OK COMMIT I1.I.N.
The committee on street reported having
served the following notice in perintrui;tion
tifcounc-.il, by adoption of reaolution ot Al -deruniu
To lb Wl)li Ht. Li.u'n I'ur'O': Kmlauy Co.
You are hereby iiiMitiei tlmt tin- Irue.kH
owned, conatructeit maintained mid oper
ated by you the WabaNh St Imin & l'.ieilic
jvitnwnjr VO. uiou uoimili'icmi KVetlllU
"WHliin Hie linnta oftlm city Ciim, ,ri
fjotcotiHltuct'jil inaiutaine.l and upi'iiited in
ccordance with aiT.tions , vmi, i iglit. Hint
tiina of chapter llfteen of ilm
reiaed ordinance of giid city
ad we th" street cMuuultic of Hnid
citf through our chairman do hcichy uive
vou tho Wabash St. JxuIh iv I'at ilie u
way Company. Notice to comply within
thirty day with octiuiiicven, ci-ht and
nine chapter llfteen revised ordinances of
the city Cairo.
N. II. TllISTLEWOOl),
Chairman 8treet Committee.
Kahnekt II. Potit,
H. 1 Blake,
Committeo on Street.
To the Wabash St. Louia & Pticilic Hail
way Company. I am directed by the ntroet
committeo of the city of Cairo to servo tho
N. 1'. TllISTLEWOOl),
Mayor and Chairman Committee.
Cairo August 5 1882.
Executed by delivering the copy to J.
M. Kchearcr chief clerk of tho Cairo divis
ion of tho Wabash St. liOtiU it 'Pacific H. H.
Co. the president and supeiiutendeut next
Cairo III., August 7 1882,
L. II. Mtkiir,
Alderman Hughe-, moved to receive re
port and that canio be published with the
proceedings, motion carried committee n
claims reported back the following billi
recommending jjayment on same.
.1. h. Johnson, 2:1 duys la'oor on side
walks at 1,.".() t;U ro
F. (iauther, 22)-3' same. ......... S3 75
P. Walder, hauling 21 loads lumber 5 25
II. Sehul.e, 5 kegs and 25 lbs nails.. 17 50
J. S. McUnhey, !!()( feet sidewalk
lumhi r 15 ytl
S. J. Uumm, fees in sidewulk cases
under ordinances Nos. 50, 52, 57,
(JO, and G2 .17 00
U. II. Haird salary as street supt (10 00
John C'Hio, 0 days labor with jail
gang 13 50 I
Tim llussian, 20) j duys labor on
streets 30 75
Dan Foley, 25 ?a' same GS 25
P. Corcoran 1 same li 00
P. Culladine, .'1)2 same 5 25
P. Melu r, i same fi 00
J. McCarthy-, 7 same 10 50
N. Williams, 11 same 10 50
J. Kating, 2 same 3 00
Kd Joists, i same 0 00
!eo. Wesley 4 same . (t 00
Thos. Median, 2 same 3 00
P. Coicoran 8 days with team 24 00
Kd Jones, 7 days same 21 00
Tims. Median, 4).j days same 13 50
John Major, repairing scrnper 3 00
John lioutganys, 1 load of sand ... . 1 50
Mat Price, 1 load of water 40
M. Jeukins, 1 day us brick layer on
sewer 3 00
J. Kline, 700 brick 4 00
H. II. Cunningham, rent ot council
chamber 10 00
M. Sheltoii, services injauitor 5 00
J. Coleman, stationetv for clerks of-
lice 2 80
John Spmat, i' e 'or clerk' office. . . . 2 50
(las Company, gas for same 55
Culver, Paye, Hoyne it Co., 0 do.
document envelopes 5 50
John Cuin, dieting prisoners before
and after trial 81 80
Gas Company, gas lot jail 4 40
(las Company, gas uced in street
limps 270 00
I. . II. Myers, money paid for burying
animals 3 00
Chas. Johnson, 2 days at pest house. 4 00
Mrs. Johnson, li days cook at same. 6 00
I Jell Uray, in charge of pest house
17 davs a.5 00
II. Dawson, 7)j days on drains,... 11 25
Nelson Perry, 7)a' same 11 25
W. T. Scott, hauling with team. . . . 50
Louis Kobs, labor at paik 22 12
G is Company, cinders, iVc 2 00
A. Halley, sundries for pest house
and park 12 00
H. Iliukle, 93 lbs meat at 10c 0 30
Lancaster & Kite, lumber for pest
house 1 fiO
Sam Ilrown, removing garbage.... GO 00
II. Schulze, sundries for pest house. 3 10
St. Mary Infirmary, care of patients. 28 92
Win. B. Gilbert, money paid for copy
of record 3 00
M. J. Pink it Co., rent of police
headquarters 12 50
tias Company, gas for same 55
W. E. Ileudricks, percentage on tines
collected '. 18 00
J. II. Robinson, J. P., same 30 50
Cairo Bulletin, publish proceedings. 33 00
Alderman Wood moved to receive re
port and bills bo allowed, and that orders
be drawn for their respective amounts.
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hughes, Kim
brough, Mellale, Svvoboda and Wood 7.
The committee on claims repotted back
to council for action bill of Cairo Bulletin,
extra addition of paper containing ordi
nance No. 00, f 15.
Alderman Wood moved that report of
committee be received and bill be not
Ordinance committee repotted the fol
lowing ordinance which, was read at length
the first time:
OKIUNANCK NO. .
Ilu ttordftineil bv the Cllv Council ol Uih eliv or
SiiTlion 1. Tlmt tho following rlilewll, ,
o iiHtriiclitil of wood, viz: On th minih i.Im ..r
Ktirhtll Htrnet, liulwei-n Idul Knail lrci!t hiiiI Ohln
li'Miii. Hi:tiiK ono lnnidrt'd iind lorty flvo feut In
h.':li.)n 3 Tlmt Ilm I'orcKoIni; nidowullc
f r.onnlrui ted in rcurilaiir.a Willi the re.iiiir.,iri.MiM
'I iln fiMlniiiiri'N of Hie cliy, iirovldlnu lor
lh oiil.rii(;lloii otnlilewalk.
nnl,nu'A, lh lM Hi llllliroviillll'lll llerelll urn.
MI ft, hiU li madi liv mierlal iirHi-KHinenlii.
nftl id ifiiir with tlie provision of rixIIoh
I- o .i ir.riu.ni-, i,i Ari. h, in inn act ol tliH nftiur
l wuwi of ilm ntnti! nf Illinois, aiirovedAirll
", iiu iin'i uiioiK'ii --.mi art to irovlil Tor the
la.rrp'fti(ln ol r.lili-n ami vlllnuea." hihI tliu ciml
nl i(rf-i' ol i Ik! riMiKiriii'tlnii or Raid idduwalk
tiil ii .li out of tlm IiiihIh arUltiK from laid
.,- ini hkp'tfuiiii'iiiv,
hw.'.lon 4. I let owner ut any lot fiontinir (in tliu
sldewailk provlnliin fur Ilm l.iillilliiu of wlilr.b la
ini. Iiy linn oiiliniiiire, nhall ho atlowud thirty
ilnv alter tlm llnii! at whlrh this ordinance lakea
nertin whli h In hulld that iortioii of aald IiIb
walk iiirii.iiM IiIh lot, and Ihereliy rulleva th
sHimi Irmn asseimnienl s irovlded tliu work 'hall
ninlorni in all renpecta tu Ilm reciulremnnts of train
ordliniiife. aud tm dunu to the aatlsfacllon and p
pr.ival of thuroininltteo on tre a.
heriliin x i pon tlm explrat on of Ilm aald thir
ty dav, iljn ;ty clink Kliall pnhllBh notlcu for
leu days, In tin) uewa paper pnhllahltiKtliii ordl
nancm ill th" rity, aetilnn Inrlb that aaled III (In for
ttiriiinhliii tint ninliirial oriluii thn work, or holh.
or lie itiiisiriif.litin of ,ald xlilnwalk directed to the
Uiy oiiuell will 1,h rvcKivo al lhU. offloe, up
to 1 1) ft I me or the iiieuil,,). ot the rityci.lincll forthu
"P-i'liijt ot Mld hlila blrh mooting ahall not be
i Her than i walvii dava, nor later than elRUUien
.i Ilu i0?1 ..,h".?il, P' """"'t which notice
,i " " l,"!e of Mll n"t'ng and dni-clbe tUe
work to he dnnn. hv r r..r..rri,i . ... u.i- ....n -
Klyliig it, nUmbr and da a f V provtl. and tl
lime al Imp nftlrn. HmA 1.1. i . . . t '
0..ri. m .i "'"'"li imoiioueii nyioe
tltrk id iu praa ncu of ttw couucll, Vud tlio cou-
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 11, 1882.
trart for iluliiu ilm W'tk, or furulahlng tho mati'iliil,
or IM'ln, ior cuiiBiiuLuiii aniu
walk thall hn awarded lo tliu lowest rt'i'pon
llile hldder, who ahull mnlciftiily giiaraiiti'e to tlm
alltfaition of Iho City Council tho furnialilng or
aald niatoilal.or the performance of aald work, or
hoili under tho aiipervlslon of tho Commltton on
Streets, within aiifh tlmo aa may ho fixed hy foil
trait If a:il d Cltv Council shall doom It cipcdleiil
t ailo so Ifsaidhhla are not aatisfaclory to Ihu
City Council, they may reject any or all of tl""J
and may then or tli'n iiflor aiithori.o said aidowalk
in he canslriirled hy eh agents as they 'y
Alderman Wood moved to suspend the
rules for tho purpos'i of placing ordinance
on its second n ailing.
Motion cutriod by tho following vote:
Ayca -Blake, Halliday, Hughes, Kim
btoitgh, Mellale, Swobodii and Wood -7.
Ordinance read the second time.
Alderman Mellale moved to adopt ordi
nance as read.
Motion carried by tho following vote :
Ayes-Blake, Halliday, Hughes, Kim-'
broitqh, Mellale, Swoboda aud Wood -7.
Finance committee repotted back "An
ordinance levying ami assessing taxes for
the cut rent year," referred to them at last
meeting, recommending that it pass.
Alderman SwoWl moved that the ic
port of finance committeo be received.
Ordinance read the second time.
Alderman Wood moved to adopt ordi
nance as read.
Motion carried by the following vote :
Ayes-Blake, Halliday, Hughej, Kim
lirotigh, Mellale, Swoboda and Wood 7.
Clerk read petition of firemen, also peti
tion of citizens, asking that bill of Fourth
of July Celebration committee for improve
ments at St. Mary's Park be allowed.
Alderman Blake moved that petitions be
received and referred to committee on
KEsOI.VTIOSS AND MOTIONS
Alderman Mellale moved to teconcider
the vote by which the ordinance granting
permission to erect two frame dwellings
on lots 2 aud 3 block 10 first adlition was
lost, motion carried.
Aldeiman Mellale moved that tho ordi
nance bo amended by adding thu words;
and that the covering of "'said roots lie of
fireproof material " carrie I.
Ordinance read in amended.
Alderman Mellale moved to adopt ordi-
dinance as amended, motion carried by the
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hughes, Kim-
brough, Mellale, Swoboda and Wood. 7
Alderman Mcll ilo in ved that the street
committee be requested to drain sink holes
between 3rd and ih street Coniercial nve
Alderman Wood moved t) amend by
concluding old brewery pond westoflOth
street and same in block 18, amendment
accepted anil motion carried.
Alderman Wool was called to the
Alderman Halliday moved to reensid
cr vote by which pa meut ol $350 on bill of
pic-nic committee, f'.r improvement at
the Park was lost as l ist meeting, motion
Alderman Halliday moved to refer mat
ter with petition to committeo on streets.
Alderman JIalliday took the chair.
The chairman repot toil having received
from Mr. Merryman transcripts of judge
ments against tho city, which were given
to Mr. Merryman by Mr. Liusden, this
evening with instructions to hand to the
chairman of the meeting.
The chair ruled that the lirst three
months of the fiscal year having elapsed
and the annual appropriation bill adopted
no provision bill could be made for pay
ment of said judgements, until next fiscal
State and city li'pnr bonds of John
Gladney were submitted for approval.
On motion of Alderman Swoboda, ap
proved. On motion of Alderman Hughes meet
I). J. Foley, City Clerk.
"Tlieir Occupation Gone."
H. V.Pierce, M. 1). Huffalo II. Y.: I
was attacked with congestion of the lungs,
soreness over the liver, severe pain in the,
joints, a burning fever, and general giving
way ot tho whole system. Failing to Iind
relief in remedies prescribed, I tried your
"Golden Medical Discovery." It effected
my entire cure Your medicines have only
to be tried to bo appreciate !. If every
family would givo them atrial, ni'io-tenths
of the doctors would, like Othello, find
their occupation gone. Yours truly,
L. B. McM, Mc.MtUN. B., Breesport,
Tut (irand Central Hotel, 007 Broad
way, is of easier access to any place in New
York thau any other first class hotel in the
city, being within .wo blocks ot stations of
tho Elevated Railroad, of both East and
West sides, ami tint Cross town cars run
within a block. It has recently been thor
oughly refurnished ami is eijiml to any
hotel in New York city. Don't fail to
givo them a call when you visit the city
either on business or pleasure. 200 rooms
on European plan at f 1.00 arid upwards per
day, also a good restaurant attached.
From Every Point of the Compasu
come the orders for So.oiKnt, Never has
such a demand arisen for any article f the
toilet. Its most constant pat tons nv. nniong
the sex born to bo admired. Onod 0ks
conciliate, beauty fascinates. White teeth
do more to augment personal comeliness
than any other facial characteristic. Tho
ladies know this, and either to render tho
charm lasting or to secure it when wanting
apply Bofodonr, the most iffoctivo of tooth
preparations. Uso It systematically.
Chill aud Fever.
Himmon Llvor Iteuu
i inter foun nruaki tne
chills and carrlos th
fever out ol tho system,
ll cures when all other
i For thu relief and cure
of this distressing die-
ease uso siaiuiuiia Liv
Tho Kt'culator will positively riirn thla tu.rllilo
disease. Wc assert emphatically what we know In
should mil ht! regarded as a trtlltnn ailment. Na
ture ticniaiidti tliu utmost regularity of the howela.
Therefore am'st nature hy Inking Hiininona l.lver
Hi'giiliiiur. It Is harmless, mild mid i-IIectiial.
One or two tulili'spoonfiils will relleva all the
troubles Incident to a Milium slate, sncti as Nausea
Uizy.iness, Drowsiness, lUstrese alter eating, a bit
ter Imd In-If In thu mouth.
I'i isons niny avnlil all attiit ks hy occasionally
liikiim a ilosouf Simmons l.lver Kepilator to keep
the liver in heulthy action.
I SAD BREATH!
generally arising from a ilisunlered stomach, cac
1 coriucteil liv taking Sininioiis Liver Kegulator.
Simmons l.lver Kcgulat noon eradicates thla dis
ease lium i he s, stem, leaving the skiu clear and
free trom all iuipuritiea.
Children sufl'erlng with colic soon experience re
lief Win n Simmons l.lver Kegulator Is administer
ed. Ailnlls also derive ureat benefit from lhl
medicine. It is not iiiipleiisaut; it ie harmless
aud elteetlvo. Purely vegilahlii.
I J L A I DEI?. iSc Kll )N EY S
MuhI of the tliseaM-aot the bladder orlgiuatc from
those of Hie kltliieys. Kestoro iho anion of the
liver fully mid both the kiduej a and bladder will
lt7Tnke oiilv the gcuuluu, tablcli always has on
the mi upper Hie red Z trade mark ami slguature ol
,1.1 1. Z EI EI N & CO.,
Kursulu hy all drugplsls.
If you siittVr trom dyspepsia, use
IH'MIOCK HI.OOI) BITTKRS
If jou are nllliited with liiliousness. use
HL'KDO 'K BLOOD IilTTKRS,
If you are prostrated with sick licadacae, take
IH." ft DOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If your howela ie dl-ordcred regulate them with
IIl'RCOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If your bltiml ts tninure, purify It with
1H KDUCK BLOOD IHTrKKS
It you have indignation, Jon will dud an antidote in
ItritDoCK BLOOD BITTKRS.
Ifyon are troubled with spring compla.nts, eradl
Irate them with HfRPOCK BLOOD BITTEItS.
II your liver is torpid restore it lo healthy action
with 11L' RHOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If your liver la affected you will find a shore restor
ative In Bl'IiDOCK BLOOD BllTEI'.S
If yon have any species of humor or pimple, fail
not to take Ill RDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
If .vou have any plmptoms of nlritra or scrofulous
sores, a curative rone-dy will be found In
J'.riJDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
For imparting strength and vitality to the system,
nothing tan equal BURDOCK BLOOM HITTERS.
For Nervous and General Debility, tone up the
evsttm with lit" H DOCK BLOOD BITTERS
I'M' k f 1 riot iiutti.e; Tiualbottlbs, 10ns,
FOSTKK, JIILIU KX & CO., Prop'rs,
1U KFAI.0, '. Y.
For sale hy PAUL O. K flUll. ('.')
r FRANK TUOMEV.
A'lENT r'OHTIIR SALE Of
Baxt k u stf.a m kng i xE
Cult's Disc Engine
ami Marino Engines
FA KM ENGINES, MACHINISTS'
OF ALL KINDS, BELTING,
Pulleys and General Supplies.
No. Ml, North Third Street,
A New aim cnmpietu ILitel, frontlnR on Levee
riecoiid and Itiillroad Streets,
Th t'lis'eiuier D"pot nf thu Chlrnv'o, HI. Louis
at)'" .tew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash, St.
I Is and I'liriiit-; I, mi Mountain and Hon I hern,
Mobile and Ohio; ( air.i and Ht. Lotus Railway
are all Just m-riMs tho street ; whllo thu Steamboat
Lsndlnu Is but one square distant,
This Hotel Is, healed by steam, has steam
Laundry, llvdrai.Mc Klevalor, ICIertrlc Cull Bells,
Automatic Klre-Alarins, Baths, absolutely pure air,
period oworai: and t.omploto appointment.
Hutierb furmshlugs; perfect service; and an uu
li. P. I'AUltWIt to UO.,LeHei
ludepeiulent in all
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