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THE DAILY 0AIR0 BULLETIN;' WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1882.
TUB CAIRO BULLKTIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Term ot Subioriptlon.
run or foitao :
Dally one year by carrier f 13 Oo
(20 per cent, discount II paid In advance )
On! I v, one year 17 mall - 10 OC
Haily.one month., 1 00
Weekly, one year 2 (XI
Weely.d man tin .. 100
C-Cluh of Ave nr more for Weekly Uallutln at
onetime, per year, fl 50
IN VAHIAHLT IN ADVA NCI.
All Oommuulcationi should tie addreiacd to
K. A. IWKNETT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
Caiiio. 111., Sept. 85th, 1882. j
Present Ilia Honor, Mayor Thiatlewood
and Aldermen Hluke, Httllidiiy, Ilinklo,
Hughes, Kimbrough, McIIile and Puttit 7.
Absent I'aticr, Swobodn and Wood 3.
The mayor stated the object of the
meeting to bo to consider proposals for
improving New Leveo and for general
The clerk opened and read the following
llogan & Serbian, 21 cents per cubic
yard: Sullivan & Uocke, 20 ceDts per cubic
yard; Hourigan & Meeban, 19 cents per
cubic yard for 1,000 lineal yards.
On motion of Alderman Hinkle referred
to committee on streets to lie reported on
by them at this meeting.
Alderman Swoboda appeared in his
HEPOKT OK SPECIAL COMMITTEE.
Caiiid, 111., Sept. 25,1882.
To the Hon. the Mayor an 4 City Council:
Gk.nti.emkx -Your committee, appointed
in pursuance of a resolution adopted by
your Hon. body on tho 5th d .yofjuue
last to report trie best uieajs to prevent the
accumulation of sipe water within the city,
respectfully beg leave to report: that after
careful exatuiuiitions of the Mississippi
river hanks at different hUgeg of water,
they are of the opinion that a large portion
of thesipe water that periodically accum
ulates in the low portions of the city during
periods of high water find its wny iuto
the city through sand ridges under the
Mississippi levee. Tint the worst ridge is
just above the ditch cut last spring at
DesUocher's, where water can now be seen
running in streams into the river.
Your committee would recommend that
the experiment be tried of-cutting a ditch
along the base ot the new Mississippi levee
on the outside, beginning at tho point
where the leveo was cut near DesH iclier's
lastapring, aud extendinz northwardly for
a distance of about 300 yards. This
ditch to be cut through the nand until clay
is reached and then to be filled with such
a quality of earth as will prevent tho
passage of water through it.
Tno. W. Halliday,
C. N. Hcohes,
T. N. KiMBHoroH,
W. P. Halliday.
N. B. Tiiistlewooi),
Alderman Puttit moved to receive and
concur in recommendation, and that it be
referred to committee on streets for further
Ordinance committee reported the fol
lowing ordinance, which was read the first
ORDINANCE NO. -.
An ordinance citcndlug New Levee street.
Be it ordained by ttie City Council -of the citv of
Section 1. That New Levee street lu mid city
be and the tame U hereby extended northw.tr lly
on It present course, to tho Internee. Ion of raid
extension of New Levee street with Washmuton
aveuue I said city
Section U. That tbedecd fromS. Suats Taylor and
Edwin Parsons, trustees of Cairo Trust Proper
ty, conveying to the rit) of Cairo, the ground orer
which safd extension of New Levee street extends,
he and the lime is hereby a cepted ; and the city
cle-U Is directed to (lie said d -cd for record In the
recorder's office of Alexander county, I!linoi.
Aldertuau Mcllalc moved to suspend
the rules for the purpose of placing ordi
nance on its second reading.
Ordinance read the second time.
Alderman Hughes moved to adopt or
dinance as read.
Motion carried and ordinanco adopted
by tho following vote:
Ayes Make, Halliday, II inkle, Hughes,
Kimbrough, Pettit aud Swoboda 8.
(Deed having been delivered to city
Clerk rea l petition of E. W. Halliday
asking permission to erect wagon scale on
corner 14th and Kiilroad streets, opposite
lots controlled by petitioner.
On motion of Alderman Hughns referred
tJ committee on streets.
Alderman Hlako presented petition of
citi,"iis asking that brick houses used for
storing powder ho declined as nuisance as
the quantity therein Hored is not within
the limits allowed by chapter 5, section 24
of rev. ordinances. '
On motion of Alderman Illakp referred
to committee n police, jail and Arc de
partment. Alderman Hlako presented pi tltioti of
John Major, asking permission to extend
lils building on 10th street through to Oth
Alderman Hlako moved to rnfer petition
to ordinance committuo with Instructions to
prepare an ordinanco granting prayer of
HKPOllTS OV COMMITTEES.
Committed on streets reported on bid of
Devoreand Minard for construction ot side
walk, rocommending tho acceptance of
Alderman Kimbrough moved to adopt
report and that the proper officers enter
into contract for said work. Motion carried
by the following vote:
Ayes Blakfl, Halliday, Ilinklo, Hughes,
Kimbrough, McIIale, Pettit and Swoboda
Same committceo reported on bid ot
Fourth of July celebration committee for
improvement at St. Mary's Park, referred
to them August 8th, recommending pay
ment of 350 in full of bill.
On motion of Alderman Blake report
received aud adopted by the following
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes,
Kimbrough, McIIale, Pettit and Swoboda
W. E. Hendricks city attorney reported
on report of J. II Robinson, J. P., reforred
to him for verification reported same as
On motion of Alderman Swoboda received
Alderman Pettit offered tho following
resolution and moved its adoption.
Resolved, That theBtrcet superintendent
be authorized to repair tho sidewalk, on
23d street between Walnut and Pino at
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes,
Kimbrough, McIIale, Pettit and Swoboda
On motion ot Alderman Halliday, coun
cil took a recess for half hour to give
committee on streets Mme to consider bids
referred to them.
At the expiration of halt hour meeting
was again called to order.
The committee on streets submitted the
following majority and minority reports on
bids referred to them.
Majority report. We would recommend
that the contract be awarded to llogan
and Sarbain as they being competent and
Ernest B. Pettet.
Alderman Blake's minority report. I
would respectfully report recommend that
all bids be rejected and tho work done by
B. F. Blake.
Alderman Uinklc's minority report. I
would recommend that the contract be
awarded to Sullivan and Cocke, they in
my opinion being tho lowest bidders for
Al Jerman McHale moved that the ma
jority report be adopted.
Alderman Blake moved to amend by
substituting his minority report for majority
Alderman Hinkle moved to amend re
port by awarding contract to Sullivan and
Alderman Blake moved to adopt report
of committee as amended by substitute. .
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes,
McHale, Pettit and Swobod i 7
Nays Kimbrough 1.
Alderman Pettit having changed his
vote from nay to aye before vote was an
Alderman Blake moved that the street
committee proceed at once to do the work
on Levee, and that they employ such teams
and men as aw necessary.
Motion carried by tho following vote :
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes,
McHale, Pettit and Swoboda 7.
Nays Kimbrough 1.
Alderman Hinkle moved to adjouru
Street committee to whom were refcrrod
report of special committeo on sipo water
reported on same recommending that work
bo done at once by tho day work.
Alderman 8woboda moved to receive
and adopt report.
Motion lost, not having received a ma
jority voto-of Aldermen elected.
Ayes Halliday, McIIale, Pettit and
Nays Blako, Hinkle, Hughes and Kim
Alderman Blake changod bis vote from
ayo to nay before voto was announced.
On motion ot Alderman Pettit meeting
adjourned. I). J. Foley, City Clerk.
Warranted not to contain a single article
ot mercury of any injurious or mineral sub
stance, but to consist entirely of medicinal
roots and herbs, which is tho reason Sim
mons Liver Regulator is so effectual yet so
"This medicine is acknowledged to have
no equal as a liver modicine, containing
thoso Southern roots and herbs, which an
allwise Providence has placed in countries
where diseases prevail
"Haltimouk Episcopal Methodist."
A Griiminir Death's Head
is scarcely more abhorrent to a refined ob
server than a row of discolored tooth made
visible by a smile. Corroct tho hideous
blemish with delightful and healthful Sozo
dont, which whitens yellow tooth, imparts
ruddiness and hardiness to colorless, un
healthy cums, and a floral balminess to tho
breath. The feminine mouth becomes
wondrously attractive in consoquonco
ot us use. Leading actresses ana cantatri
ces regards It at incomparable
Greatest Discovery Since 1492.
For coughs, colds, sore throat, bronchitis,
laryngitis and consumption in its early
stages, nothing equals Dr. Pierce's "Golden
Medical Discovery," It is also a great
blood-purifier and strength-restorer or
tonic, and for liver complaint and costive
conditions of the bowels it has no equal.
sold by druggists.
How She Won Him.
I have just licnnl tho most remarka
ble story of tho evenness of fumiilo tem
per. In fact it Kceins so surprising to
niu that I think some record of it should
bo embalmed iu the archives of Quiz.
It is a beautiful litllo fairy story and
may appropriately be culled "How She
Won Jlini." Indeed it was quite
enough to win a ftir worse man, if tho
worse men are ever won, which I dare
say they are not. It happened hero in
Philadelphia and is on this wiso: You
know, or rather you don't know until I
tell you (for how should you?), that
there was a beautiful dinner given
"many years ago," arid she sat opposite
bim and" lookedevcr so charming in a
wine-colored silk with a square neck,
and otherwise arrayed as novcr wcie
the lilies in any "valley of this poor
earth. Well, tho idiot of a waiter in
handing the soup, upset the entire con
tents of a plate right in her lap. Just
think of it, girls! Tho whole fror.t
breadth utterly ruined, and for tho
word it could not be matched. Well,
what did she do? Did she faint? Did
sho say, you horrid man? Did she
scream? Not at all; she passed the
thing off in some witty remark about
fiery baptism and cnlmly resumed her
dinner. He, of course, was delighted,
thought her a most remarkable woman,
and iudeed she was; became attentive
to her and finally married her. Onn
evening long after the event they were
sitting before the lire, tho children hav
ing gono to lied, and wwre talking about
old times, when he said:
"My dear, I never told you, 1 think,
how I first thought I would like to mar
ry you, did I?"
"Why, gracious, goodness no, nev
er." "Well," he said, "do you remember
that dinner at Mrs. Simkins' where your
dress was spoilt by the soup?"
"Indeed I (Io,""s1ih replied. "I shall
never forget it as long as I live."
"Well," he continued, "you behaved
so well about it that I thought" you a
"Yes," she answered, "I remember
behaving very well about it at the time,
but, good land, you should have seen
the mark of my teeth on tho bedpost
Now wasn't that just too perfectly ro
mantio for anything?'' Iltilitdelpliin
A Taciturn Traveler.
A good story is told in tho "Topics of
the Time" in the September Century.il
lustrative of that armor of reserve with
which many travelers think it necessary
to invest themselves. It is of a country-man
of ours who, having crossed
the Atlantic with a room-mate who
from tho beginning to the end of tho
voyage had not addressed to him ono
word, parted from him, saying airiy:
"Well, good-bye! You will now pro
coed. 1 suppose, to your homo at tho
Deaf and Dumb Asylum!"
Yoi'o. middle-a'cd. or old men. suffer
ing from nervous debility or kindred affec
tions, should address, with two stamns. for
largo treatise, World's Dispensary Medi
cal Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
Lydi.v E. Pinkiiam's Vegetable Com
pound is a positive cure for all those weak
nesses so common to our best tem ile popu
Mothers! Mothers I! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night ami broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. V inslow s Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no miBtakc
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and givo rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all coses, and
pleasant to tho taste, and is tho proscrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Siiocld you bo a sufferer from dyspepsia,
indigestion, malaria, or weakness, you can
be cured by Brown's IIp Bitters.
A. M. Doyle, of Columbus, Gi, say
that from exp rienco ho knows "Sellers
Liver Pills" to be the best in use.
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot bo said of tluever
faithful wife aud mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and tho sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Hitters are the only
sure remedy. Thry are the best ond purest
medicine in the world and only coKt fifty
cents. Sold by Harry W.Sehuh. (4)
It dors not cure every thing! but kidney
troubles and many other complaints to
which flesh is heir yield gracefully to tho
life-giving properties constituting Hops
and Malt Bitters. People who have bu
como discouraged should resort to tliis new
Uuckleu'a Arnica Salve
The Best Salvo iu the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kbeum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coi ns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. I'riro
25 cents pw box. For sale by Geo. E
Nothing like "Lindsey's Blood Searcher"
for all skin diseases, tettcr,sall theum, itch,
etc. It never fails.
Dit. Kline's Ukkat Nkhyk Kkutokkk is
the marvel of tho age for all uorvo diseases.
All fits stopped frun. Bond to 031 Arch
I street, Philadolpla, Pa,
Over 250.000 Howe scale havo been sold.
and tho demand increasing continually.
Borden, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush niado for any
Drug Store as is now at Hany W. Schuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and ColdM,
All persons affected with Astitma, Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of tho Throat and Lunjjs, can get
a 1 rial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at ubove Drug Store. (4)
. Personal! To MeuOnly!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicanco o'i
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are afflicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
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dress us above. N. B. No risk is incur
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A New and complete H .tel. fronting on
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ns lirwt,H. RnWlintirr Sr.f tiny'nvitf. Trpstl.e Jt
trisl hultlf free to Fit ('sses.tlicv imvinff cxnr.s.
jhmrioi. on hox.wtion rentiifeil. (semi ntie.,P.(l.anil'
xpri ml.lri--.it of iflticled to 1IR KI.INK.ll.il An h
st..Pllil'ls .V (ru'ifll.l. hrar nf ''rtiudt.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS "Jh,a
lllrmd. mill ill cnmpletsly rliinno ths blond id tils en
tire dvhIciii in three mnntns. Any person who will tska
1 pillearh niirhtfroin 1 to lift weeksmsy he restored
toKound IiphIiIi, if such a tbimr lnHisnill, Hold ev
erywhere, it sent hy mail form letter pumps. 1. H.
JuUnkuM 4 Co., ISustun, Aluas., formerly bauor, Ms.
PKXXSVLVANIA Military AIIAPEHY
CHK.iTKlt. 21st yer opens K ptember 1:1th.
New llttiidi'.". Superior a. cuuiiiiiiiliitions,
Appointment complete. I.'iil.-IIsIi, ColliKialo,
ChiitniiTal, Civil Kmrim' Tint' cn -rses. Deyreos
Coulerritd. Apply to W. I'. Il.illid w. Ksj., patron
Cairo, III., or to OL. TIIK'J It V ATT. 1'rest.
CliilesoilcrHlbe ptms't minttisof ninkiiin n-vnilur monilily
pronlpfriin nxvestnientsoi siiitofinounr niomiteaiun! in
Koch nietnlsTirels tlli" Ix'netii ofwuiliiiKsl oipiml uf tho
Club, 10 to Inn ior eei.t. lnvWeii.lspa.cl monthly. Ite
pirtaof njierat ions sent eai-.p','r. fiiiilt'CA if H) each,"
rislii'in iliie, nouii-scs4.itt'lii. tniiiHU'viit'lc. A n-liul'le isir
nvpon.l.'nt wsnted in every fwn. Biss'lnl Inilu'einentM,
ExplaunioryCirciiliirn'nt'fns'. Addri'ss IlKKhndau.
1i Co., 1" L 1VJ LuSailu Bt.,CIllCAl.O, iu.
OF 7ER7 KIND CHEAPER THAW KVTtt
Bides, Shot Otina, Revolvers, Anuniinltlon.
l'islilii( Tiiekltt, Seine, Nets, Knives,
Hit.ors, Skates, Hammocks, etc.
Larfce Illustrnted I'ntulojrue i'HEE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I Ladies ami Oentlemen, toeni?air
with iih lo soil several i;sful Household
Artirlr-a. rioflt litrsro I.nuor Is Hunt,
l.xchisive territory jfiveii. No competition.
Terms lihonil. Circular FRKE. AiMress
Hewitt Mauururt'K Hox MIS, Pittsburgh, Ps.
Swedish Insect Powder Killa
AND ALL TilOOBLESOME VERMIN,
If will thnrotprhlj. eTforniltvite Rnurhea, AntH,
Bod Itiitf. Klcn. Lieo.TohiKjeo nndCottonWoruis,
.Moth, etc. It is snfo. sure), rlwinly and cheap. It
will nut poison iiniinnl.-i or fowls. Sample pack
ages by rimll ml fonts, pai.t-pnt.1. .equips wkeo.
i iruooi.rS f.;.-.. .c. i,t V.'nnted, Afldresa,
J. H. JOHNSTON, Pittsburgh. Pa.
iiivi an Hinas tor sate very cneap.
vJlSi...l..... .... I 1.1..,.'. simi.li.
gSCetalcguos freo. Addreas, RICHARD
1 1 NULL CO. Box 863. IttteburBh, Pa.
Electric Appliances art tent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN OLY, YOUG OR OLD,
WHD are mtrcrtnir from Nanvoes HnBii.tTt,
Lost ViT.ti.lTY, l.ii'K or Nkkvn Fohi'M u
V Hill!!, WaSTINIi Wli.KNKKSKH. ail it nil tliOSC dlDt'
of a I'shkosai. .SirruK resulting from Anr.is and
OriiSH t'vsh. Hpi't-ily I'l'Ui'f mi l coniplelv reto
mtlonor 1 1 KKt.Tii. un in uini Mamiiii'Dui'akantksu,
The ifrtinilewt illseo.ery ot the Nlneleenth t'enturv.
Bend at once for illustrated Hnmplilet frw. Acl.lrvw
VOLTAIB IflTCO., MARSHAU, MICH.
Tliim di'sirltu liiHkt. riiiiucf
OtIS : lllllllln llh'.ilUIII IllVI'StllielU
iu ur.Mii. roM.si iih uiul stis'k
Hiiei'uliilhi s. cull tin so by oper
mini: " idtiii, Krom May 1st,
I -Ml, to tie' ti I'rt' tit I'lltn. on in.
vi sttoenis i.t HI OOtoif I.IHH), cai.lt
- tt' i 'it.' lii'.M I'tiilireil ami
pail 1 1 luwru id uiiioiiiit nit bi
overu. ti,'i.n t n oriuint'l invest'
In oil, f tl I U'im Iu;; tiioorlnliuil lll
vi'i.in.iiit tintkitiK money or pay.
note, mi i ', i ' 1 1 , ii 1 1 I . l Aii nnnlnrv etr
nil us an,t i.iiiteiN"ii id fund W
keitt tree. We wtiiit iessilisllila
llllloits, WHO Will lopiirt oil crop
and liitro'liiiin i,iie plini. Mlwrei
noliiliiiss ollh punl. Adilrei ,
ro.uviiMi A Aii:i(ifiti. '
mU..mi Mi-mbuHis, lliUo UMk(
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