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TIIE DAILY BULLEim
Council Chamber, I
Cairo, 111.. April 20th, 1883. (
' Special Meeting.
Present Jlis Honor Myor Thistlewood
ami Aldornien Blake, IUllidny, H inkle,
Hut;l)0r5, Kimbrouh, Mtllslo, aud Wood
Absont Aldcrmtio Patier. Pcttit and
' The mayor utated tho object of the meet
ing to bo to cunvagi the vote of the recent
olection and declare th result and ior gen
et al business.
Aldermen Wood and Hinkle wore ap
pointed as aesistttot clerks.
Whereupon the clerk opened and read
the certified returns of the judgca and
clerks of election ot the votes cast in each
ward upon the renpectlva poll-bcxiks a tab
ulated below ai follows:
During the reading of the following
Aldermen Pettier and Pettit appeared in
Thomas W. Ilalllday receired in
First Ward 206 Totes
Second Ward 228 "
Third Ward 216 "
Fourth Ward 213 "
Henry Winter received in
Filth Ward ,
. 250 "
. 125 "
. 174 "
. 143 M
Total 627 votes
FOR CITY CLERK.
Dennis J. Foley received in
First Ward 184 votes
Second Ward 165 u
Third Ward 119 u
Fourth Ward 183
Fifth Ward 186 "
Total 837 votes
Adolph Swoboda received in
First Ward 107
Swrnd Ward 120
Thitd Ward 1C8
Fourth Ward 129
Fifth Ward 72
George R. Lentz received in
Third War-1 .
Total 265 votea
FOR CITY TREASURER.
Charles F. Nellis received in
First Ward . s.
Thirl Ward 138
Fourth Ward 223
Total 868 votea.
Louis II. 3Iyera received in
First Ward 183 votes
Second Ward 207 "
third Ward 242 "
Fourth Ward 119 "
Filth Ward 67 u
Total 818 votea.
FOR CITT ATTORNEY.
William . Hendricks received in
Firtt Ward 165 votes
Second Ward 158 "
Third Ward 260 "
Fourth Ward 200 "
Filth Ward 102 "
Total 835 votes.
Angus Leek received in
First Ward 150 votes
Second Ward 181 "
Third Ward 105. "
Fourth Ward 143
Fifth Ward 177 '
Total 706 votes.
Justus R. Cunningham have received in
First Ward 4 votes
Second Ward 6 "
Third Ward 6
Fourth Ward 5 "
Fifth Ward 14 "
Total 34 votes.
FOR ALDERMAN FIRST WARD.
narry Walker received 268 votis; scat
C. N Hughes received 198 votes; Hor
ace A. Uanuon received 138; scattering 2.
Egbert A. Smith received 844
F0CRTH ward. '
Charles O. Patier received 208
Michael O'Donnell received 89.
Henry Stout r Ceived 149 'vote; James
Carroll received 147.
Aftsr reading the foregoing returns Al
darman Wood offered tho following pream
ble an I ('e:!aration of resul s, viz:
Whereas, It appears from the examina
tion and canvnas of the certified returns of
tho city election for municipal offices, held
in the City of Cairo on Tuesday, the 17ih
'jay of April, A. D 1883, in pursuance ol
duo notice thereof, heretofore givun, and
which returns have been laid beforo the
c ty council of said city this day, that f. r
.."....lenoi mayor, Thomas W. UallMay
received eleven hundred and ten (1110)
vots; Henry Winter received six hundred
and twenty seven (027) votes.
That lor tho office of city clerk, Dennis
' r,,lev ',,,,:ied eight hundred and thirty,
seven (837) votes; Adolph Bwoboda re
eeivod five hundred and ulncty-aix (500)
votes; George K. Lentz received two hun
dred sod sixiy-Qve (365) votes.
i,11?1 t rJ,,e oflice of ci,T treasurer,
Charles F. Ncllia received eight hundred
and sixty-eight (868) votes; Louis II. Myers
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY. . M0KN1NU,,. APRIL
received eight huudred and eighteen (818)
That for the omce of city attorney. Wil
lUm E. Hendiicks received eight hundred
aud eighty-flvo (8tJ5) votea; Adijuj Leek
received seven hundred and rJity-six (loo)
voter, Justus H. Cunningham received
thirty-lour (34) votes.
That for the office of Alderman from the
F.rst ward, Harry Walker received two
hundred and sixty-eight (268) votes; scat
tering 29 votes.
That or the office of Alderman from the
Second ward, O. N. Hugbea received one
hundred and and ninety-eight (198) votes;
Horace a. Hannon received one hundred
and thirty-eiht (138); scattering, 2 votes.
That for tho office of Alderman from the
Third ward, Egbert A. Smith received three
hundred and torty-four (344) votes; scat
tering, 10 votes.
That for the office of Alderman from the
Fourth ward, Charles O. Putier received
two hundred and ninety-eight (298) votes;
Michael O'Donnell received tbirty-uinc
That for the office of Alderman from tho
Fi'th ward, Henry Stout received one bun
ored and forty-nine (149) votes; James
Carroll received one hundred and forty
seven (147) vote.
It is therefore hereby declared by the
city council of aaid City ot Cairo, covened
for the purpose of examining and canvass
ing the return of said election, that the
s.iid Thomas W. Ualliday has been duly
elected to the office ot mayor of said city,
and the said Dennis J. Foley has been duly
elected to tho office of city tlerk, and the
said Charles F. Nollis has brcn duly elec
ted to the office of city treaiurer, and the
said William E Hendricks his been duly
elected to the office of city attorney, and
that the said Harry Walker hta been duly
electrd alderman from the Fint ward, and
that the said C. W. Hughes has been duly
elected alderman from the Second ward,
and that the sid Egbert A. Su.ith has been
duly elected alderman from the Third
ward, and that the said Charles O. Patier
has b?en dulv elected aldermen from the
Fourth ward, and that the said Henry Stout
has been duly elected alderman from the
The city clerk is hereby directed to en
ter the above and foregoing at large upon
the journal and to notify the ibove named
perwns of their election t the above
numed offices, respectively wiihin the time
prescribed by the charter.
On motion of Alderman Wood preamble
and resolutions adopted.
The mayor informed council of having
received the following communications:
Cairo, Ills., April 20th, 18S3.
To tho Hon Mayor and City Connell:
Gkstlemes: I have been requested by
Mr. W. F. Whitehouse, president St. Louis
& Cairo R. B. Co., to present for your con
sideration the atcnipanyiDg proposition
for the adjustment of the differences be
tween that company and the city. Mr.
Whitehouse has evidently ben placed un
der a wrong understanding concerning the
existu g established grades, slopes and
widths of tho levees mentioned in bis pro
position, a they already come up tv r
exceed in those respects, what he propose
.k iln am4 T huA . . .'.ilt.n ,A him Ct u
ing to the evident mistakes in the proposi-
mm, x iv uiei luuugni. liczi w niiuM'iiu
''i it ahnnid Jhj corrected: but frarine
that mv motives nugnt be misconstrued
have concluded to preseat for your cocsid
cration and action, liespectfully,
TH0S. W. DALLtDAT.
ST. LOUIS AN'D CAIRO R. R. CO.
Piiesidem's Office, Ashland Bioci. )
Chicago, April 12th, ItS3. f
W. F. W UITEHOUPE, PRESIDENT.
My Dear Sir: Will you on belulf of
this company kindly prtsent to the oD3id
eratioo of your Cjuncil the following gen
crl plan of adjustment 0" tQe diflerence
between this Comjiaoy and your City,
It tne City of Cairo will witndraw its
opposition to the emry of the St. Luis&
Cairo road into the City, the latter Will use
the new levee and (he Miasituippl levee for
its route into Cairo, and for that purpor
will raise both these levees to the s'andard
government gaugeof titty-four feet, nuking
the same twelve feet wide across the top
with a slope on the river side of not less
than three feet horizontal to one foot ver
tical, making the same a substantial levee
it win piace i s track upon the same as
soon as may iie, ballast the track with
crushed ytone or other good ballast, in
that way adding to the strength and dura
bility of the levee. It will also use all
reasonable i ndeavors to maintain s.id levee
and protect the suine.
I trust that this adjustment will he ac
ceptable. I can asaure you that it will be
the endeavor of this Company to do all in
its power not only to protect your City, but
alto iu any way to promote its iotireatu
I retrain, ray dear sir, yours faithfully,
W. F. W0ITEHOC8E.
Hon. Thomas Halliday, Cairo, III.
Alderman Blake moved to receive and
refer communications to joint committee
constating of ordinance and finance com
mittees. Motion carried.
A communication from Alderman Halli
day tendering his resignation was read.
Alderman Wood moved that the resigna
tion be accepted and that the clerk be in
structed to uivo notice of special election
to bo held in the Fifth ward on Tuesday,
thu 15th day of Miy next, for the election
of an alderman to fill vacancy occasioned
by the resignation of Alderman Halliday.
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes-Blake, Hinkle, Hughes, Kim
brough, McIIale, Patier, Pettit and Wood
Tho mayor appointed the following
named persons to act as Judges and clerks
Ot special election in Fil'Mi
F . Pitcher, John Uiggins, L. S. Fronch!
judges; J. C. Zanone and Frank Spencer,
Alderman Wood moved that the appoint
ment bo couferred.
Alderman Wood offerrcd tho following
resolution ami moved its adoption!
lt"olved, That the committee on struts
lie and are hereby instructed to build a
stone crossing between 14th and 15th
streets on Waahlngtou avenue, opposite to
the Washington avenue entrance to the
Resolution adopted by the following
Ayes Blake, Hinkle, Hughes, Kim
brough, McHale, Patier, Pettit end Wood
On motion of Alderman Pettit meeting
D, J, Foley, City Clerk.
Monday Evening, April 23, 1883.
We have nothing new to note in tho
general condition of the market. Business
is generally dull but our correspondence
shows the same state of affairs in other
markets. Prices are generally held about
the same as last week and stocks are up to
tho average. Lack of demand, a usual, is
the causo of small transactions.
The weather is gloomy snd unsettled.
Heavy rains havo fallen throughout this
section since our last issue and rivers aro
on the rise.
FLOUR Prices hold steady but the
market is very dull. The trade is mostly
confined to filling small order. Stocks are
fair and receipts are falling off.
HAY No demand except for strictly
choice or "gilt edge" and only a liyht cU
CORN We note a small inquiry for
good dry corn with market well supplied.
OATS The supply is light and tho do
MEAL -The demand is fair at quota
tious to fill orders.
BRAN Easy at 80c. in sacks.
BUTTER Common is slow sale but
strictly choice finds a rea ly market.
EGGS There is a Btesiy demand tint
takes all receipts.
FULLTKi Very scarce and inactive
APPLES The demand is good 'or
fancy stock but com moo are not wanted.
POTATOES-Dull and overstocked.
Prices are lower.
ONIONS Dull and lower.
. Salet ana Quotations.
NCTS. Tb prlfon acre ien are for salra ln.ro
(rat bands to round joti. An adracca l
charger) for brokca lotun fliJtnf ord-r
S O tartona rrailrt ,
n bhla choice
1'0 hhla Iikt ,
S 0VM rn
.cart prime Timothy-
I car Kiit edge amah baie..
1 car fri t edge
I car good mixed
Scars mixed In balk.
t ear white ....
t .-an uiixao
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S cart cbotce In balk
3 can iu balk.....
So. 1 Her!, per ba
No. S Medileraneaa..
, 2 91X33 SO
lcar In sacks.
yo pound Bonthera Illinois
a ) pouni 'Normern roil
Vr' Florida Northern Dnlry pkd..
ftiO ponnda houtaera illlnule
200 poaods medium packed
5 0 (1otn .
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6 coopt mixed.,
.. U0.4 23
10 bhla common...
,.. 1 Orvat 50
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40lihla I'hrlnl.b May..
i hhla WiDtu
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IU bhla fancr WloeaaD
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bis. K packed rrnlt,
Northern Puacb Blow per bu-b V) W
Bouthero Ills. 1'eacb Blow per btmb UhlC)
B. o. lUma .
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Cbolce, Factory nw, ......
CfVAlU axuiMiniaiiiiiia as m
Calf, Ureun 10
Dry Flint choice 4
Dry Salt .. ....h. ........ ..m.h...m... , II
Oreou Bh.I , ... I
Plum (Irueli ,
Hhnep Pulia.dry M, tftttlW
Sheep Pi Itr, grreen 1475
DaruageiUllde M 00
Comniou Ltia 1 It
OiMid him ,. 4 fXO B 0
owL af....... 4 75nir.
Mudlnni Loar a MHi 1 fC
Go-4Loar. t JO . '0
RATES OK FREIGHT.
Oram Hay Floor Por
cwt. flewt. f bbl. M
Mern.hli u 15 a
i vOr.'ean-, " Vi I HI
fleiena, Ark J7U 4s
Vlckalmrit vi2 a7 45
Wair ao 41 '
If you are a frequenter or a resident of a
miasmatic district, barricade your system
against the scourge of all new countries
Hfuc, biliious and intermittent fevers by
the uso of Hop Bitters.
Lcdinoton, Mich., Feb. 2, 1880.
I have sold Hop Bitters for four years
Hnd there is no medicine that surpasses
them for billiouaattacks, kidney complaints
and many dixi-ane incident to this malarial
climate. H. T. Alexander.
Sleepless nights ma le miserable by that
terrible cough. Shilnh's Cure is the reme
dy lor you. Paul G.Sehub, agent. (3)
L'dies, if you would be forever redeem
ed In in 1I1 ) physical disabilities that, io
thousands of cases, di prees the spirits and
absolutely letter ail the energies of woman
howl, jou have only to get Lydia E
Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound.
Cnve A Woodruff, Farmington, III ,
says: "We sell a great deal of Brown's
Iron Bitters and it gives general satinfac
Never Give Up.
It you aro suffering with lew and de
pressed apirita, los of appetite, genera
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
ti.iu, headache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
sen the rapi'l improvement that will follow
you will bo inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth ymi will rejoice
in the praise of EK-trie Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W.Schuh. (3)
Me.nsmax's Peitonized Beef Tonic, tbe
only prepHrtmn of beef containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blood
making, f tree generating and life sustain
ing properties iiivaluaulo for Indigestion,
Lpep-ia, nervous prostration, and all
forms of general debility; also, in all en
leebled conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork,
or acute diseve, particulary if resultinf
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hazard, & Co., Proprietors, New York
Sold by Druggists. (3)
The act of fermenting the Oporto Grape
into wine io this country his been brought
10 a greater aegreeof perfection by Mr, Al
fred Speer, ol New Jersey, than by anv
other person; and his wine is very popular
as an evening wine, as well as for the com
munion tilde and tor invalids. For sale
by Paul G.Sehub.
The glory of a man is his strength. If
you are wcakeued down through excessive
htudy, or by early indiscretions, Allen's
brain rood wul permanently restore all
lost vigor, aud strengthen all the muscles
ot lirna and Body. $1 pkg, 0 tor $5
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth! If so,
s nd at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
low g raontning Byrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable.. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diurtliuM, regulates the stomach and bow
cIh, cures wind colic, softens tbe gums, re
duces Inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to tho whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low's tiling Sytup for Children Teething
ispleanant to the taste, and is tbe prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
phyniciann and curses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Prico 25 cents a bottle.
Million Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Diacovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would bu disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not lor the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry W.
Si.lmli's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
dee, and try for yoursolf. It never fails to
To Tho West.
I lu re are a number ot routes leading to
tbo above-mentioned nation, but Him direct
h'xl p liable mute is via Saint Loui,i and
ovi T'tliu Mieflourl 1'iicillc Railway. 1 l wo
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Stint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Puliman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
fir en 1 make are attached to all trains.
At KunnaH City Union Depot, passengers
for Kntisas, Coloran'), New Mexico and. Cal
ifornia r.nnjc.t with I'xpreaa trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
cxprusH trains lor Kansas and iseorasKa
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to partlos enroute to tbe
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations,' but beautiful
scenery, as it posaos through tho finest por-
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nun 01 iHinnoun nun .auoraeaa. ,- oenu ior
Illustrated tnnpa, pamphlets, Ac, of this
Hiin.'whlch will bo mailed free.
C. R. KlNNAN, ' F. CltilTDLMU' .
Ass't Gon'l Pass. Agent. Gen1! Pass Agent.
Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath
secured by Bhlloh's CHtarrh remedy. Price,
00 cents. Nasal Injector free. Bold by
Paul G.Sehub. (4)
UucKieii's Arnica .salve I
The Bust Salve In tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Horea, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,'
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively;
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per-!
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Pricoi.
25 cents par box. For sale by Geo. E I
Work Given Out. On receipt of vour,
address we will 111 ko an ollVr by which
you can earn $3 to $7 eveningn, at your
home. Men, Women, Kovt or Girls can do!
it. H. 0. Wilkinson A Co., 19."i and 197
Fulton Street, New York. Ii
Dk. Kliiik'b Great Nkuvk Restorer is
the marvel of the titre lor a'l nerve diaeases.;
All fits stopped free. Send to 011 Archj
street. Pbiladeloia. Pa. j
K.K.T1MKCAKI) ATCAIU0. ?
ILLINOIS CKNTHAL It. II. J
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tArcnm'Oauoo.ll :10a.m Kxurem 11 :10 a. pi l(
rBxpreaa 8:Mp,m Accom dm ioit . .4 : 15 p. to j
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tAc modation 3'ttip.ni
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Wall K .... 4:45a.m Mall At Ri.... :4Sp.ro 5
Arcom'datlon 4:tm p.m Ariiin'datiuo InMKi a.m.; 5
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MOBILE OHIO U. H I
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A favorite ppsu-rlptlnn of on of tbe
molt noted and ucew,ful .iwiaiMn ,e L'. rl.
(new ratlrMi lor Ihe cursor Xrrrouu ltrttiHty,
Lmt Mho4l, afcaknreaauil Itrcau.
lDplMDe,t.riiireljrre. iiruKnt,:n mill.
Addreu OR. WARD 4 CO., Louiiiana. Mo.
I ua a poliWaraniMi) f.,r tin, i..,.a ill ; by ita
aa ttoauuda ot cawa of ilia a ir.t alo-1 anil ol loag
aandinr ha baao curJ. lii.lM,i,.ntn.nir imt lauE
lum-y, that I win aend To Bom.lf f'KSK to.
ralb.r wlll aTiLl ABLg lliKATIHton 11,1. diaaM.ta
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Read and Circulate.
The Illinois Central K. R. Co j
Will eel I any of In remaining landa at tine do! 1 .
lar per acre ice than the iirceent pric. from th:
time until the Urt dar of O loi.rr. Altt'ti
that date the proent prtretwillhe renored. A'l
.hnAili. ( i,ii.k.u,il,..i,Ui..;i ,l,.......l... a'
this liberal offer al cure. I'. P.Mil.Y. ,'
Foi part'ctOara Inantre nt
V. l AM'EKHAY A C .. t
Ajru. fur 1 C. U. K. La-iia.
'ciWauT" ! Cairo, Illinois
DRV GOODS and NOTIONS
afalllln of all the it"'at. o"w..: colort
an 1 (jua'lty, and heft maunfai t'lre.
Bvdr Braaela, Tat,etr;e, I'lttam, Oil
Clothi. 4 ,, ic.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing .
Tale D-parlment occaplea a fall (mr and
la eoroplnie to all repect. Go'idn are
gaaranteel ol lateit at vie and best material.
Bottom Prices and First-class Goods 1
u alia day Kiwrrn K 7' i
1 J ,J , ,
Commission Merc;;;:; Is
FLOUR, GRAIN A?I MAY
Egyptian Flouring M il 1:
HUihest Cash Pries Puld lor Wb.t !
To ContrBCto'd ami liuilderia.
ofp.cc or Tii it
WiDOtra AMD URi'UAMa Mcrvai. Aid jtoeiiTT. n
The uiderlirned will receive lealed iroi,oaN ui1
io n o clinic r. .ti , o'i r-aiuruky tn htu ot a prill
tor toe lurDininnit or material) andl ihor ror lia.iCI
tosau nrhc-fortbla Socletv. j
tide will beentertalried nvpurstrlv forlhfl rarre n 1
rnentihail Wa raanrvu thw hi in r..rt .t 1 1'
II blra. Plana and apeclftcatloua nmy bcaeenal vl
tbe office, '
The bltia will he opom r! at the cfflre on Hatnr , i
Amm hlnh, tl.m In.. Q n'.U.I. Bl.m A 'I K , A ?'
U J uiu vuv a1 1 H .III,, c... PUB',.. mi U.ll I J
oera are reapr, iiuiit iutio ii -ii iiu pp r'ni,
J, 0 .ViMtAHEV.
J. II. Hor.lN'HliN,
J. A-OOI DsTINK,
K H. HAIKD.
Cat no, April 17th, IStf. Hulldlng Comniitee.
.Klection Notice. j
CiTr Ci.ehk a OP'ieK. i
Caino. III., April i'lth, 181 (ji
PaMlc notice la fat-reliy fiflv n Uat on Ttienlt v'
the ia b dav ofMsv. A. 1 ltj, a -pclul ei ct o -fii
will he held at the enirlne huu-o of Re Anchi.l
riMCnmnauy, In tho Fifth wM. eltv nf t n p f
III., inr thn eiuution ot ono aoermanirom taicu
"STQ to ni I rncaiicy raiireu iit oi rMBiii"" ' " "
U'. Tlnlllilav. ta'd rlocton epen at h o'clock In J
the ni'trnliis anl oont'one open until 7 o'clock Ins ,
the aftarnoou of aald duv. By ordet of rlty cotiti f
i). j. KU.itv, itty t irrk. ,
Proposal thr ( Ity Prlntln. (
OPPICKOV ClTT Cl KIIK, l t
Ca ko. Ilu. April I 'th. issa. r
dealod propoaala will bu recolvecl at this offlce n
tofmeeilng onh city council Tiieaday .Miiy lot is.i,
fordoing the citv rrlnttr g . fn: the year endirii
April Sofh. lTfl4.aald hi a tnurt Include Me' run of
Blilillahlnu the council micrdlnk'. ordlt B' ci a
and nollciM or all kind Inaertod by any rlty u J eer
or hr nrdiir of the cltv council, nl-o all r.i Inl ai-
reaament notices made hy roniminaionrra neini r
appointed br tbo rltv council r countv court. A
siuirl anri atl'ffleiant. 'Iinnri Inllat CI OtllPHtlV tl"H .
The rlbt to icjcctany and all b'd- reactved iiv lb
City. D. J. FuLKY.lTy t lurk 1
"NotloM to Contraotom.
Orrici opC'itv Ci ruk,
Cahio, iu.a., April nth, RS'.r
aaiait nrornaa'a will he rncelved at thin oflice n
lomaatlneof Ihecltreonnoll Miy 1nt. W. furfnr.
BlahtBiracb In" her ae th oity rj-jaV p quire for the
yMrending April ft th, ISSt. Hald lumber to be of
good andiound white or btirroaii, white or yellow
pint or nyrreoa ana irca trnin aii or ntmonnd
and of anchdtmnnalona a ma be rcntilred, and to
be deliverer! Io atic.h quantiUc at iui h time and
places with In the corpotale limits as the commit
feo on atreeis mav din c. A Hood and aiiflirlnt.t
bond matt accompany btil. Ilia rlubt to rj'iit
any and an tiina reenrvea nv the ctv.
v. j. rubKY, city Clerk.