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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
Ifalum or any injurious substances call ho found
In Andrews Fenrl Baking Powder. 1m ikw
tlvel) PURE. Relng embused, and tcstiniuiiiuls
received Inmi fflleh chcniihtH as 8. Dunn Hays, Hon.
ton; M. Delufrmuilne, of Chloagn; and Uusuivus
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold la bulk.
C.E. ANDREWS & CO,
45 Michigan Av.
287. iWK A J. Water
Kvnry Corgot is warrniiU'il antis
faotory to its woarnr in vory way,
or the money will bo roliimloil by
tlio person from whom it wan bnunht.
ThcnnlTfnrurt pronoiinw-d bv our liiiilliiir i)irlc,l'HM
not Injurliius t Ihr- vtmrxr, midt nilorw-il lv linlu x im
tli " iiUMtoumf unable and P'-rieel lilliuK ' ever
ni'UiB' I'UlOKH.by Mall, I'mlw I'uldi
Health Prc.er Inar. s)l.50. Hi ir..llulli.t,
Abdomlual (extra henry) 3.ftO. Ktmlac. l.f
nMlth rrc'rvln (fine c-nullll S.Olt. l'utnttcwi
M.li-t-Muimrllii. 1 .!.
Far sale by leading- Retail lleuler ever where.
ClliC.lGO COKSIiX CO, t tniougo, III.
Council Ciiamhkk, I
Caiko, III., Oct. 3rd, 1882. (
Prosent His Honor, Muyor Tliiatlewood
and Aldermen Blake, llallulay, Iluglies,
Mcllalo, Swoboda and Wood 0.
Absent Ilinklo, Kimbroiib, ratier and
Ml NUT EH.
On motiou of Aldnrnian Hwobud min
utes ot last regular and intervening meet
ings were approved without reading.
HKl'OUTS OK OKKIt'KUS.
Thob. J. Kcrth, city treaburer, btibniitted
report for month of September showing
amount of money remaining in the dif
ferent funds and amount received and paid
out during baid month.
On motion of Alderman llalliday refer
red to city comptroller for verification.
Report of 1). J. Foley, city comptroller
for month of August, 1882, bhowing the
expenditures and balances in the several
appropriation funds up to September UOth,
1 91 V
run what acit. ?a. c? Baianrv,
Salary vmi W .Wttl !W 7i:w tw
(Sidewalk Hid w liii't ii ;UT'i :
hlreels ftnoil HO -Ui M :? SM
Drainage.... sum l on mi ':l U7M U7
Hoard nf Health lull no ij-.!l mi H W
Fire Department ami m :ti (m r.iou"
Clerk's olllce ii i on W. 1M
Election Mum in nm
Jail Iwm no 410 7.'i MM) Hi
Printing WW VU i fi7 (Id
(ias :i.vw iw lo'ii I" silii'l iw
Contingent tfHi! (HI lllHIKi ft"' !1!
Interest Coupons wwn (Hi 4ill ixl U'WHW
Kallroad Btre. t. . MM M .. .. 4W hh
Hvw Li vt'ii immiMKI lll7."i IIW, Uft
epcclal Levee Kuud.. lftwi .... I5n
CcflClt 7iMil,lbb lYM U7 'HIH7 HI
On motion of Alderman Wood received
and ordered published with proceedings.
Keporls of A. Comings, I'. M. for month
of August, and J. II. Itubintion, J. 1', for
September, were submitted and ruad.
On motion of Ald'-M iuan Woo 1 received
John Cttin, city juilor, submitted report
of number of priooners received and num
ber of days served during month of Hep
tombcr. On motion of Aldernma Mcllalo received
hKI'OUTS OK COMMITTKIIH.
Commllteu ou streets to whom was re
furred petition of Tims. Wilson for abate
iiiunt t btdewalk tux, reported that they
did u: consider it expudiunt to grunt the
prayer of petitioner and would so report.
Alderman Wood moved to receive report
and that rceominundution of committee bo
Hamu committee reported ou petition of
E. W. llalliday for periniaaion to erect
wagon acales recommendlug the punting
of petition, and that tho work bo dono un
der tlio direction of the committeo on
Aider in an Blako moved to receive and
concur in recommendation of committee.
Alderman lliuklu appeared in his sent.
Ordinance committeo reported tlio fol
lowing ordinance as per instruction of
Ordinance read as follows tho first time:
OKDINANCE NO. -.
Ad ordinance graiitlni pnrmlnnlon to Joha Major
to liulld an cxtuudlou to his framn hu'ldlug.
llo it oriluluod by tbu city council of the city of
Suction 1. I, Icon so and pormlarlon la horohy
granted to John Hnjor to build an extunnfou two
HtoMca blh and twtiiity-fdur feet wide to bin frame
buildiiiK nituatud on lot 34, block '11 city or Cairo.
Alderman Blako moved to suspend the
rules so as to place tho ordinance on
its second reading.
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, llalliday, Hinkle, Hughes,
Mcllalo, Swoboda and Wood 7.
Ordinance read the second time'
Alderman Pettit appeared in his seat.
Alderman Blake moved to adopt ordi
nance. Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, llalliday, Hinkle, Hughef,
Pettit, Swoboda and Wood 8.
Finance committee reported having re
ceived from Thomas J. Kcrth, city treasur
er, thirty-three hundred ninty-ono 83-100
dollars in cancelled general orders; and
five hundred and seventy dollars in can
celled coupons from new installment
bonds of the city, all of which they de
stroyed by burning same.
Ou motion of Alderman Wood received
Committee on police, jail and Cro depart
ment reported on petition of citizens asking
that brick powder magazines inside the
city limits bo declared a nuisance, recom
mending that the proper officers be directed
to enforce the ordinance.
Alderman Wood moved to receive report
and recommendation be concurred in.
Clerk read petition of llalliday Brother's
asking that they be permitted to construct
and build an elevated trainway or wall
from the Egyptians mills, corner Railroad
street and Twentieth street along the line
of Hail road street to the new cooper shop
on corner of Twenty-second and Railroad
streets, said trainway to bo built under the
directions and supervision of tho street
committee and in such manner as will not
interfere with the public interest along
On motion of Alderman Wood referred
to tho committee on streets.
CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
Salary bill of city oflicors for tlio
mouth of September was read us follows,
N.B.ThiHtlowood, mayor ...$83 33
1). J. Foley, city clerk 75 00
Trios. J. Kcrth, treasurer 50 00
L. II. Myers, marshal 75 00
Win. 1J. Gilbert, corporation counsel. 01 07
W. E. Hendricks, city attorney 20 83
A. Comings, police magistrate 25 00
John P. Hogan, police constable. ... U0 00
Henry Hunker, " " (10 00
P. Mahoney, " " .... 00 00
Warren Wims, " " 00 00
John Tyler, " " .... GO 00
H. P. Martin, " " GO 00
Anthony McTigue, " " (10 00
Alderman Hughes moved to allow salary
bill as read and that orders bo drawn on
treasurer for the respective amounts.
Motion carried by the following vote :
Ayes Blake, Halliday, lliuklu, Hughes,
Mcllale, Pettit, Swoboda and Wood 8.
Louis Ross, M days labor ou side
walks 21 00
11. Boyd, 12;i same 19 1 a
C. F. Duncan, 2i in Aug. and 20
days in Sept GO 87
N. Williams, 10 28 87
Peter Walder, hauling lumber 21 50
J. Ferguson, same 140
Devore & Lame, reconstructing 704
ft walk at 55 cents 387 38
H. Schulze, 5 kegs and 30 pouuds
nails 23 85
Stratum & Bird, 2 kei;s nails 8 50
J. 8. McUahey, 12,803 feet lumber
at 17 210 U
N A. Devore, 1 day us commissioner
to assess cost of sidewalk 3 00
(.'. Lame, 1 same ii 00
R. H. Baird, 1 same 3 00
Geo. Spcnce, 785 pounds ico for
street laborers 5 78
Jas. Median, 3? days on streets
with teams ut $3.00 11 35
Ed Jones, 3 samo C 00
Thos. Meehan, 2 samo G 00
II. Fisher, 1J same wi'u cart at
$2.50 3 75
Jus. Median, 3 days labor 5 (12
John Major, repairing tools 4 GO
8., Bradley, hauling I) loads rock, . . 2 25
R. H. Baird, street supt. salary 75 00
John Cain, 13 days labor with jail
gang ' 19 50
J. S. Hawkins, 3 days bricklaying on
sewers 9 00
J. Fetter, laying 395 ft Bower
pipe at 20 cents, $70,00; build
ing 3 inlets, $30 100 00
Daniel Franklin, labor on sewers. , . 3 00
F. Vincent, 3 barrels and 1 bucket
cement 0 80
Jacob Klein, 2,200 brick 15 40
Tim Hussiaii, 12 labor on drains. . 19 13
Dan Foley, 24 ' same 30 75
M. Driscoll, 21 same 31 87
M.-Houlahan, 17 same 20 03
J. Keating, 21 same 31 50
John Murphy, 20 same 80 00
Frank Drum, 21 same 31 87
E, W. Halliday, 200 ft 15-inch sewer
pipe at 47 ;g' cents. $05.00; 148 ft
12-inch at 37 $55.50; 2 ft 12
iuch jointer at $1.40, $3.80.
hauling $3.50 150 80
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
LAllOH ON MEW LKVEK.
M. Stanton, 18 days.. 27 00
M. llaurahan, 18jj 27 37
P.Cullahan,5 8 63
Jerry Paters, 10.... 10 13
Geo. Wesley, 14 US
Geo. Washington, 0i. 0 37
Joseph Cole, 6 13 12
E. F.Axlcy, 10.... 10 13
J as. Dawson, 8 13 12
P. Wagner, 7 13
JohnLally, 13...., 19 87
P. Collins, 0i,' J 0 75
Geo. Robe, Ojtf U 3
Win. Biackey, lOjtf.j 10 13
Mat. Walsh, 1 11 02
Fred Dills, Hi J 03
M. Cason, 1 1 50
J. Keating, jr., 2 at 75c 1 87
Win. Canon, 3 at $1.50 3 00
George Die, 1 I 00
Julius Sarbian, 3gdays as foreman,
at $3.50 L 6 25
Thos. Meehan 2 days same 5 00
R. 11. Baird, jr., 2 days time keeper 5 00
Wm. Gardin, 0 days with team at
$3.00 i 18 00
Thos. Meehan, 7 days same 21 00
Shauuby, )i days same 75
Ed. Jones, 2 days same 0 00
Pete Young, 2 days same 0 00
J. Sarbian, 4J days same 13 50
P. Fitzgerald, 5 days same 15 00
Thos. Boyle, 2 i days same 7 50
Jas. Harrington, 2 days same 7 50
F. Randall, 2 days Bamc 0 00
Wm. Casey, days Bame 4 50
Louis Ross, 1J days Bame 5" 25
Joe Jackson, days same 5 25
Geo. Wooden, 1 day same 3 00
M. Galvin, 1 day earae 3 00
Chas. Thrupp, 8 days civil engineer
at $8.......... 00 00
Fred. Thomas, 7 days assistant at $3 14 00
Edwd. 7 days satuo at $1.50 ....... 10 50
Geo. Washington, 7 days axman
at $1.50 10
S. Walters, 510 stakes at 3 ceuts... . . 10 80
P. Fitzgerald, 9 days witli team
at $3.00 28 50
C.R. Woodward, 2 dozen railroad
shovels 21 50
Arab Fire company, quarterly allow
ance CO 00
Rough and Ready Fire company
same 60 00
Hibernian Fire company, same GO. 00
Ibdta (Mtv Kirn comtianv. same GO 00
Anchar Fire company, same 60 00
C. G. Carleton & Co 2 rubber play
pipes and tips ; 30 00
R. H. Cunningham, rent 01 council
chamber 10 00
IM. Klifltnn ianitor for same 5 00
llni Kiininanv iruu fur same 85
-"(""J l h - c . l
TelenhmiM comnanv. use ot tele
phone from July 1st to Oct. 1st 13 00
K. J'illis, leuer neaus cium
John Cain, dietinir niisoneis before
and alter trial. I20 2
Gas company, gas for jail. . . . .....
C. I). Young, 12 mattresses ai iu ou
Cairo Bulletin, publishing proceeu
ing, $32,00; printing 350 postal
cards. 5.00: two tax receipt
books, $10.00; 20 copies of city
ordinance and slips, $5.50 o3 .0
Gas company, gas for street lamps. a o uu
L. H. Meyers, cash paid for burying
dead animals, $2.50; and for
rent ot room for storage of tools
and from April 1st at 6 months
M $4.50 27 29 50
M. J. Pink & Co., 'rent of police-
headquarters, 3 months 2i 00
Telephone company, rent of tele
phone in same 3 months 13 00
Gas company, gas for same 1 40
E. A. Burnett, making 25 p. p. ab
stract. City vs. Uattello brief in
I Handle vs. City.
7'J im'f at 1.25 90 50
.1 II lf.il.iiiunn ir . oer centacrn on
lines collected. 42 00
W. E. Hendricks, same ' 0j
Sam. Brown, removing garbage. bJj "
fWtinf. . 2 2)
D. Galen, day same
Win. Crouch, day same
rlimi V.inmr O.U flavd HIUTld 73
S. Bradley, day hauling lime. . . A "
Wm. Johnson, i same '
S. Fisher. same
u IT.. ...... 1.,,i:.,,. T, ntnr in nrsthoUBG 1 u
t wt it..,i..ii,u miLlnir straight
edge . r(.
A. Halley, locks for jail 4 uU
A. Halley, sundries lor street iu- oQ
A. H. Irvin, copies of deeds and
On motion of Alderman Swoboda refer
red to c.'iniinitteo on claims.
HKSOLUTION AND MOTIONS.
Alderman Wood offered tho following
rcsoluti on and moved its adoption:
Resolved, That the committee on police,
jail and lire department report immediately
the amount of hose furnished by tho Cleve
land Rubber Comnanv that proved useless
and failed to como up to the terms of
their contract, and that tho city comptroller
bo and is hereby instructed to notify said
company in writing under the seal of tho
city, giving them thirty days to supply
said hoso and ntako good their contract,
and in their failure to do so tho corporation
counsel is hereby instructed to proceed to
collect tho price paid for said hoso.
Alderman Wood also offcrod tho follow
ing resolution and moved its adoption:
Resolved, That the committeo on streets
bo and is hereby authorized to fill tho holes
on Washington avisnno around the pump
in front of Smith Brothers' store with
stone, gravel or other suitable material,
said work to bo dono at once.
Adopted by the following vote;
AyesBlake, llalliday, Hinkle, Hughes,
Mcllalo, Pettit, Swoboda and Wood 8.
Alderman Blako moved to reconsider
voto by which tlio adoption of report, of
street committee on report, of sipo water
committee was lost.
Report of street committee recommend
ing that the work recommended by special
committeo on sipo water question bo dono
by days work, was, on motion of Alderman
Blako, adopted by tho following voto :
Ayes-Blako, llalliday, Hughes, Mcllalo,
Pettit, Swoboda and Wood 7.
Naya Hinkle 1.
On motion of Alderman Pettit meeting
adjourned. D, J. Folev, City Clerk.
FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER O.I88J.
Chills and Fever.
Slmmoni Liver Regu
lator coon break the
chilli and carriua the
fvvur out ol the Mitum.
Iicuri! whon all other
Kor the relief and euro
of this dlntreaaluK dis
ease que Slmmout Liv
The RcRtilator will ponltlvvly cure this U.rlble
dlauaao. Wo assert emphatically what we know to
should not be regarded as a trilling ailment. Na
ture (lumaiida tho utmost regularity of tho bowels.
Therefore assist nature by taking Bimmona Liver
Emulator. It ia harmless, mild and t'flccluul.
One or two tablesiioonfnla will relieve all the
troubles incident to a bilious state, such as Nausea
Dizziness, Drownings, Distress alter eating, a bit
ter bad taste in the mouth.
1'eisinii may avoid all attacks by occasionally
taking a dose of Simmons Liver Regulator to.keep
the liver in healthy action,
13 AD BREATH!
generally arl sing from a disordered stomach, can
lie corrected by taking HlmmouB Liver Regulator.
Simmons Liver Hegulat rsoon eradicates tills dls
case from the system, leaving the akin clear and
free from all impurities.
Children snflVrinK with colic soon experience re
lief when Hiinmoiis Liver Regulator Is administer
ed. Ailttlte also derive great be lie tit from this
medicine. It ia not unpleasant; it la barmlcst
and effective, j'urely vegttabla.
BLADDER & KIDNEYS
Most of l he diseases ol the bladder originate from
those of the kidneys. Restore the action of the
liver fully and both tho kidneys and bladder will
tiryTake oulv tho genulnu, which always haa on
the wrapper tuo red Z trade mark and signature ol
For sale by all drugpiste.
TIIK NEW REMEDY.
HOPS I MALT
AN p BLOOD PURIFIES.
This new Remedy is compounded
from the best known curatives, such a
Hops, Malt Extract. Caicara Sagrada
(Sacred Berk), Buchu, Dandelion and
Sarsnpar:lla, combined with an agree
able Aromatic Elixir,
These Remedies act upon the Liver.
They act upon the Kidneys.
They Regulato the Bowels.
They Quiet the Nervous System.
They Promote Digestion.
They Nourish, Strengthen, Invigorate.
They give Tone, Health and Energy.
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
are the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT
TERS containing Malt Extract.
Ask your Druggist for them, and be lure
that the label has on it the four words
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
in large red letters.
tST'Jake no other.:J
A t Wholenate and Retail by al 1 dealers.
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Indian Blood Syrup.
IIUDI M Alia. J
71 Ni Pvspr-psla, Liver Ills
JlWl faseH. Fever anil Autin
Heart IHnchho, Milium
iii'ks, Nervous Debllltv
TDK BKNT KK1IKDY KNOWN TO MAN!
i welvc Tliousiind Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
This Kvrup possesses varied properties: It stim
ulates the ptyallne in the saliva, which converts
I Im starch and sugar of the rood Into glncoso. A
deficiency in ptyallne causes wind and souring ol
the food in the stomach. If the medicine J tastu
Immediately after eating, the fcrmuutatlou ol food
It acts upon the. Liver, I
Jt acts upon the Kldnrys,
It Ucgulates the liowels,
It I'urllles the RIood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promotes Digestion,
It Noiirlslies, Sirenglliens and Invigorates,
It Carries oil' the Old lilooil and makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the, Skin and Induces
It nntilrally.es tho hereditary tnint, or poison in
the blood, which generates Scrofula. Erysipelas,
and nil manner of tiklu Diseases and Internal Illi
nium, There aro no spirits employed In its manufacture
and it can bo taken by the most dullcatu babe, or by
tlio aivd and feeble, care only lining required la at
ivutii u to directions.
(Jalva, rienry County, Ills.
I was suffering from Sick Headache and DIkkU
ness so (hat I cniilil not attend to my household du
ties, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Jolinsou's Indi
an llluod Hyrup cfl'ccninllv cured me,
JVIK8. 11UL1CN ELK1N8.
Walermau Klatlon, DuKalb Co., Ills,
This Is to certify that. L)r Clark Johnson's Indian
Illond Hvrup has cured me of l'aln In tho Rack, It
Is a valuable medlulnu. MRS WOOD,
Cctitro Illll, White Co., Ark.
1'hls Is to certify Unit 1 whs afflicted with Palpi
tation of the Heart for many years I tried dlrlur
ent doctors, whoso prescriptions tended more to
weaken inu than they did to strengthen. I at last
rcs.vud to try Dr. Clark Johnson V Indian Rlood
Hvttii). which proved to bo a noslllvu cure not on
ly curing tho Heart Disease, but also a Hick Head
ach which hod been IrotibllnL' me,
MRS MAKY A. NEAL,
I was aflllrlod with Ltvnr Coniplalnt and Dysnert
sla and failed to get relief, althongh using mudi.
rines from onr best doctors, 1 commenced using
Dr. Johiisou i Indian llluod Hvrnn, and ashort trial
cured me. T, W. UISINU, Mollne, III.
This certifies that Dr. Clark Jolinsnn's Indian
111 noil Hyrup liss effectually cured me of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot bn said In nrnlse of It.
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Hvrun in evnrv town or vl llano. In which I have no
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