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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1871.
l,nliHli"l.vr ttinrnlnir, Monilnj
1. O, O. J-'. Members of AlcxutiJ r
Ix1i,' No. 22 1. nro requested to meet Rt
the lodge rootnto-day, til 1 o'clock, i. tn
fur lliu purpose or attending tlio funeral
of our deceased brother, A. II, A.N KU'
RUN, of Hope lodge, Du Quoin, lly or
Jir of N. O. F. M. StockiLktii,
I'uul G. fichull tells Hatllnger's medi
Money refunded if Oillet's goods Jon t
Wkl', regulated families o Oilier1.
Tttv Oillet's double-ftrength extracts.
GlLLcrV washing crystal makes wash
Ing easy. g 13
Tiir. best place to buy school booVl Is at
V. II. Rockwoll & Co.'s. '
At Jorgcnicn's may be found the pop
ular French assorted pickles. tf
Ovbteus. Louis Herbert hat nlwas on
hand a fresh supply of Saddle Hock oys-
tin. ' tr
Go to Parker ic Make's, corner Com
merclnl avenue and 11th street, for Aurora
Stkkkt Cle.ini.vo. The citizens, with
one accord, npplaud the street cleaning
labors of .Mcllalo and his jail birds.
W. 11. Rockwell ic Co. keep tho school
Uoks that will be uicd in the public
schools during the coming season.
Tiir. Junction Raiload. Tho engin
eer arc now surveying what is known as
the river route of tlio Junction road. On
Tuesday lad they began work at Colum
bus running up Front street under the
Died. At his rcildcnco in this city,
yesterday afternoon, Mr. A. 11. Van Kur-
en, one of tho proprietors of tho "Walnut
Mills. The remains will bo buried at Villa
Fortunes. Fomalo gypsies arcdrivlng
the fortune-telling trade in the city. They
work cheap for cash. Ten cents will open
before you the great future, and reveal
the tn.rtta ol the paL
Election or Rank Director. Tho
election for directors of the Enterprise
Siving Rank will lo held at tho otlico of
th- City National Jlnnk, at 10 'o'clock to
morrow t Monday) morning.
A wltlng and An 11 so. Chief My
fr i-A-May arrested John Riggsby for,
nvnulting and striking u lady on the
uharfbout. Judge Ilross asse-sed a fine
against him of 15 and colli.
llE.iTi.vo fcTOVE. JJally m receiving
a larce it of heating stove.', In every pat
crn. and has marked down tho prices to
the low est notch. Xow is the time to buy,
avl Ilallv Is the dealer to buv from.
I' ' I'.atic The democratic central
cornriiitit'C of the count r met yesterday
ftft-'ti'i.n. at the ofilec of Claiborne "Win
ston. K Th.j veil' not been liftfil
fr n (ii.- r.ult of tfjeir deliberation.
i. lit.u Tuooi. A number of Unilvl
colored troops jmsel through th
etryir n fuatn for tome locality
their bvinrie(s'and b.illot are need-
ill Li prop the fulling fortune of IreMont
r..r,t. ' "
IVoted. Six gool JukI 'carriers to go
t" Anna and work on the Insane Asylum.
Wag..: S2i) for rnortar carrier, and
J.2"jfor brick carriers.' Enquire at the
ll.iln.onico Ii0ti:l, 111! noon to-morrow
' M,ridi j, of .1. IuviN,
.mititk me unuiirsigneu will pay r.o
di'lu iontractC'1 In her name, unl- her
ritun order for the goods can bn re
turned uitli the bill.
-Mi:. I. . JUG kb.
f alro, ttpt. 2, 1S71.
All Is. Sheriff Irrin has ronc-ludi
ti volleotion of taxc-J. He has inado a
clcn sweep of the personal tax, collecting
it nwre cloiely thnn it ha ever bcf.iro
ben in Alexsnler county. Nolxly
c i-d his vic'IUnifi. '
U k wi,ud call ,1110, attention of our
-.....t) friend vho WHiit to g-l good
i Ui tall on J.'J: Thomai, who has
' plMMiit gallory on Cuininuriial
i.i4 fur thair bocomininjaii.-ii, nnd is
' lit l.t ht'u. utiliiiVe had in Cairo
' ng tmm ( tf
1 J. Thoma has tlttwl ui the room
copied by W. (i. Worthingt. n
'inowcwl avsnue, wnere ho i. doini:
-I busings. . (., u(1,l l00 Li. kr.j
g'i. hmiutrint. He it ptepared loilo all I
kinds of work in tho photograph line, nnd I
d- it well. '
-oa'-i"'. in cot.ti.leitcD man
. ,m acuitu ill') cuj jkll Jor HfDIltV
, ,i .
flvr, days on the vliurge of vugranev, in-
Vwl.'-il hiiLcat corjiui yesterday and had a
Ixriirtii" before Judge- llaker. Munri and
Mnr...... 1.1. 1 .
i lunjur! unu MaiJe a
itro-i.. ( ,o jn hi, furor. The Judgo re-
icrvi'ii tuj decision.
I he fji:sTi,K Alice. Alice Hollins is
ti inw of mi unruly" tongue, which
5v-rday at half-cock, tho eon.
M. iwrovs.rti.Bunfcighhor with nhiise. She
fuillrsluthsj clnUWof OM Myers who
lilt rrvrl s i l . . . i
..7 .. . . d"?" .. Sho Is
r.M.-Thii T. I. ..ii..
1""" '" "f ' vMlane .,,f v,..y.
Having neon flmred sii, i. ,.
bunches tro xt i Chiroitii .a si., .i .. b
tlaxeil tho Dultu club in (hi, ..it.. i,.,i?.U
nantly deny tho chariro mid dcelar., ii,..
lldu I'lk.fniwIjinyljfcJibhci or anjlhini;
l.e whilo thev wero in Cuiro."
crease tliu number ot their ,,n,..
The lost place to buy school hooks is at
" 1 11 e a.mi 110 vi.E. 1 ni-ce gentle. oik ; weo.-sv. Tiobler, SI.' Tmils;
mini an. at work 'on the N'orirml 'School J Kiehmond, Va. ; ll.'-fyreu
building at (Jarbonlale. They nro work- Mrs. Cusu, New Orleans!
Ing forty-tive hands, und running four JudKu B"l"oy Urccso, UUnolsi G K
brickyards. (),, Mundnv thev will I,,. Clurk, Cuntralla; V.. LommW. OM.'.i..,.'
For school books go to W. - Uockwoll
& cvi. a
AVanted At ihTeTSonlco Hotel ono
hundred w.-ekly l-rJ; 1 ,vo ,nt,M'
each day, price i r wr-ok-
rMr.KiiOv5TK--- I now receiving
dailv, tbo celebrated C. S. Maltby II. and
.M brand orfrah oyit'orl, I. are unrl
,'ailf.l, ami for alo l-y ti c can or rase on
the most roiotiablu term?, try them, al
wl,rnrranted eo01- n"J fr-'1'
"lf Wm. Wixteu,
lULioiof dr.RVii'E5 To-day. Tho
Kev. .Mr. Footo will preacn morning anu
. ! - .Ml 1- 1.
evening, iwv. Air. r nenu win -aiso un
course on the beauty of hollnc?', a, ni. and
p.m. Owing to tho IU health of the pas
tor there will be no services in tho Metho
dist church this morning. Sabbath school
at 3 o'clock as usual.
Discretion. A lady whoso husband Is
in tho city jail gave us fair warning that if
,vfo nionUoncd his namcshe-weuld tear our
eyes out crush us grind us into tho dust.
"SVe aro therefore mum. Discretion it the
better part of valor. Hut, wo must say,
the husband ought to bo asliLmed of him
self, running after tho folly of spiritualism.
No wonder he Is sick co longer a tcell
OrESTXO CoscKRT.'-Tho opening con
cert of tho series will take place at Flora
Garden, next Sunday. Wittig's excellent
band has been engaged to furnish music,
and refreshments will bo abundantly sup
plied to all guosU. Tho bost of order
will be preserved, and no Improper char
acters admitted. John IUek, 1'rop.
Notice. Deeming a knowledge of
chemistry necessary to tho student of all
sciences nnd professions, as well as to tho
mechanic, I proposo to open a class of
chemistry of forty lessons, commencing
on tho first Monday in September next.
For particulars inquire at my office, 142
Commercial avenue, Cairo,
dtd A. "Waikituar.
ltELtoiocs House Theites. Last week
a Baptist association was held in Pulaski
county.- Two of tho members wero par
ticularly devout, and attracted tho attcn
tbn of all the admirers of intonso relig
ion. Yesterday Deputy Sheriff Morse ar
rested the rascals In Ballard county as
horse thlsvcs, and rocorereJ from them a
stolen horse and mule. Let us pray.
The New Catholic Cncncn. The
gentlemen who have in charge tho con
struction of the new German Catholic
Church, will canvass the city this week for"
contributions, and it is expected that our
citizens, who aro proverbially liberal, will
rcsponJ promptly to tho call. Every
church built In the city is a blessing, no
matter of what denomination, and every
cent contribute .is given to the good
cause of virtue and progress.
Oi'esino ok the German School.
The German school of Frof. "Weircblng
will bo opend for the fall term on Mon
day morning next, and it is expe:tJ that
the attendance will bo large. The direc
tor 'iit this school have bilt It tip In the
face of many and seemingly insuperable
obstacle., and have made i: an institution
the city-mav well lie proud of. Parents-
who wish their children to learn the Gtr.
man language, should avail themselves of
the tipraV.nnity this school presents.
For Delegate We understand that
tho Jtev. Mr. Shores, a colorud citizen of
Cairo, ol great influence in the republican
party of Southern Illinois, will be n can-
didato Lefor6 (he repuhlicxn mas conven
tion on tho Isth inst- fur tho honor of
representing Alexander county in the re
publican state convention. A better se-
1 lection could rut be made by our rs-publt"
j can frionds. Mr. Shores has more eno
than .Munri and is as goo-l looking as. Lin-
Woo:.. Councilman Wood says tho
tnin who says hu is uttucklns Jailer Mc
II ni.' on personal ground Is a liar. The
ground of hi. .opposition to Mac is that
.Mac receives too Ingci pay for his service.
Two dollars a day fur superintending the
. i ii if ' t . ... ....',.(. 'il t
man,' he ay, 'oughtn't to be puid moru
than he earns." We expect to eo Wood
pay back to the State a portion cf tho five
dollar a day he receive! for playing Nor
, Versus the Nehru Lahorer. A
number of oitizns ar indignant bocausu
thu council ijave einplietl coliirtd men to
work on the sldewnlkr, uml propom to
make nntl-nigger an issue In the next mu
nieipal canvass. Onentuman Intends to
"x""0 ""'''r going fur tlio d d mg-
gr', another clerk, and o on, Uo patient,
K'!"llc""'" - ""n't, please, Uar your.hlrts..
1,,:'ne,r'l'. tht tho noarost way hofiJfl' Is
the longest way around J that Inconsldor-
aw anger i folly ; that tho colored men
ca t, t I .lr, it - ,i,.w!l , l, tmtl.mt.
We I'l.lrent you to 1k:C0IH0 calm.
Smii. Thu Columbus wharfboat
llallidav Uros., recently sold by them, was
taken from Its mooring at that drsolato
village on Tuesday night last, byjitll
steamer Andy Johnson, and towed down
the river. Mr. Kd. llallidav, who had
chargn of tho Brolliors' business at' Col
umbus, hat been tarrying for somotimo
in Cairo, ul tho St. Charles hotel; Ho has
his eye on Dululli nod thograii, .country
a ong the line ofthoNorthern PaciQcroaU
Th'riMirebut fuw moro sagacious busi
nes inuii thau .Mr.hJ. Halliday, und ho
can sucuru success, whorevur ho may de
termine to locate'.
HoiEl, AiiRIVAl.h. At thu St. Churles.
ytirdny, a Mloffs i C. liost, Cinclnatl;
l."' r I1,," Orleans; F.'P. Illake,
i rlt,!'"i ""arios Tiuuets, .New Or
' tll!"- -'t. Cincinnati j W. S
)'ier, ri.Uudulphlu ; Abo Nowburg,
iiTi'iII "u",ur- "lcniiiond,,ya.
J.'O. Dupoystur, Kentucky! J. 11. n,;,'1
Till. I..1... 11. ...1... .
man, St. 'Louis'; J', O, Skcole, Chlcaey.
Mrs. It. yf. Dugup, Cincinnati j P, T.
Mitchell, Now Orleans.
Il.ffulnr Joint . emlon pfll) Cily Co
Ihp foliii.- l Ch'nlor In tli City
Friday Kttiilng, Sfi'''!'"1''' 1,1
i . : j. . ' . .ji. .
Jils honor, Mayor Laiudin, jfresidiog.
l'reicnt Councllmcn Hurd, J.ansden,
Schuli, Taylor and Wood ; and Aldermen
CiinnlnKham.Metcair.Seasc, Stratton, and
Abtenl Councilmen lUlllday and
Woodward : and Aldormon lluder, Carroll,
Kit.ger.W.'Kleb, Hcardcn, Sayno ! i
Inter 9. '
On motion of Councilman tfchuh the
reading ol tho journal was dispensed with.
Aldermen lluder and Winter appored
in their seats,
RKl-ORTS OF OFFICER.
The city comptroller reported that, in
accordance with the requirements of Sec
tion 3, of ordinanco No, 122, ho had ar
ranged with Mr, N. 'Cantwoll for tho re
moval of garbage, not less than two days
In each week (Tuesdays and Saturdays),
during tho month of Septcmbor for tho
sum of fifty dollars cash, or its equivalent
In city scrip.
Councilman Taylor .moved that tho re
port bo received and filed, and the agree,
mcnt mado by tho comptroller ratified
Carried by tho following vole:
Ayes lluder, Cunningham, Hurd, Met'
calf, Schuh, Scasc, Stratton, Taylor, Wel
der and Winter 10.
Tho reports of L. II. Myers, day rollcof.
man, for tho month of July; of t. M.
Sumnor, pollco .constable, for. July and
August; of A, Cain, city marshal, Chal.
Mehncr, Holmes nnd Shccban, pollco con
stables ; Jos. II. Tnylor, city treasurer, for
August; and of F. M. Ward, street su
pervisor, to August 19, 1871, were sever
ally read, and on motion til Alderman
Cunningham, approved and ordered filed.
STREET COMMITTEE REPORT,
Tho commlttco on streets reported tbnt
Thos. Fields, heretofore appointed laborer
upon the sldowalkf, had declined tho posi
tion, and recommended the appointment
of Georgo Ilritton to tho same position,
Alderman Cunningham moved that tho
report be recolvcd and that the council
proceed to ballot. Carried,
Tho mayor then nominated George E,
Ilritton for said position, and appointed
Messrs. Winter and Metcalf tellers. Tho
ballots being spread resulted in tho con
flrraation of Ilritton by yoas, 11, noy, 0.
Alderman Iteardon appeared in bis seat.
FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT.
The finance committee reported that
they had canceled and destroyed coupons
to the amount of $6721.19, and city orders
to the amount of $313,22.
. On. motion of councilman Wood the re
port was received and ordered filed.
The clerk presented and read the peti
tion of H. Wardner praying an abate
ment of taxes on lot 34 in block SO, in the
first addition to the city of Cairo said
lot having been a.cised for $320 improve
ments, when in fact no improvements ex
ist upon it.
On' motion of councilman W ood said
petition ws. rfrre-l to a special commit
tee of three ' The chair appointed as such
committee, Messrs', Wood, Winter and
A communication from police magis
trate Urois was presented taking further
time to make Ills report.
On motion of Alderman lluder time
ws granted as prayeJ for.
The following bills were pre.entel andf
on motion of councilman Hurd, were re
ferred to the committee on cl sims :
Close & Vincent, 3 bbls. lime and
dravage i H 00
N. A. Duvore, 'M days' work on
sidewalks, In August 7d 00
T. Fitzgerald, 20 days' work on
sidewalks, in August 02 00
Frank Itcmis, 20. days' work on
sidewalk., in Angus..; Wi W
W. Miner, 4 dav work on side
walks, in August H 00
Frank Cherry, I dajs' work on
r . sidewalks,, iiivAuLot.f b oo
John ltoach,'4. days' work on
sidewalks, in August a J
C. 11. -Wooll ward, tools 8 2 j
Cairo Itook Dlndery, binding
street tax receipts and blanks
for police magistrates
corner of 11th street und Com
Milton Jenkins, 4 days labor on
sidewalks, in August, $
Henry Hryant, 4 dayi labor 6n
sidewalks, in August,
Alfred King, 4 days labor on side
, walks in August, ,,...; .'..-.
P., II. Cunningham, lumber
Stratton ic ilinl, nails...
John H. Obcrly & Co.; publishing
council proceedings, etc
Jiio. M. l.ansden, 1 quarter's sala
ry as mayor.- to St-ot! 10 1871. ,i. 2o0i00
Jos. II. Taylor, Aug. sl'y, as treas. 100 00
il.J. jlowloy, " " .city cleric ivo.w
A.Cain, " " "marshal 00 00
IC 11. Uurnott " ." comptroll'r 7ft .00
L. II. Mvers, " " chief polico '53
John Sheehan, August salary im,
pollco constable , 70 00
Wm. II. Kobortson. August salary
as pollen coustublo
Juhr. D. llolraas, Augutt'salary a's
Itobert lllllingsly, 0 days salary in
August, us poliso constable 15 00
Chai. Mehncr, 0 days salary In
August, as pollco constable...1.... 15 00
Aug. Gast ic Co., lithographing &
printing 200 railroad bonds, and
express charges on am,or ,'.jl20 C
Michael Calvin.' 10 'days work on
Btroel with team, at $3 OO.a day U 00
M, Mahoney, 21 days labor on
streets, in August l 00
Thos. Naughton, 22 days labor on
streets In August..... H 00
Wml -Mcllale, 24 days labor on
' streets, In August 43 00
J. (ii Lynch, rent to August 10, '71' 25 00
Patrick Corcoran, 10, days work on
1 street WH am 40 00
Thos. Moohan. hauling lumber 49
fl'hos. Mcohan, 11 ""... 10
Uo. II. Taylor, stamps and envoi-
' PPOK, in distributing tai notices. 8 75
F. Ml Sumnor, July salary us po-
F. 21. sumnor, August salary us
polico corisun'o,..,,.,.,. 7000
fleo. Fishor, pump on corner of
Elovonth st, ,'and Coiamorclal
avenue - 00 00
.(Jain, city piarshal,,klling and , , ,
burlng;i48 dods.!....-. :.. 143
Julro City Gas Co., traa consumed
in street lumps In July
Wm, J. Allen, logutTurvicus in
tue case of AnutJloumun vs. ttie
city of Cairo.,.; 1
I. If. Williams, lumber.....
Alderman Carroll appeared and topic1, his
itvimf lf-r.fi vu
I AHcrman Wdcr'offflteand rnbvc(l, ih'e
adoption of tho following resolutt jn, which
was adopted, viz:
ficiotreJ, That there slmll Ic n plank
crossing mndo on tho north nU i.f Kighth
street, ciofslng AVashlnuton uvenuo.
wouiicilninn Tnylor olTerrd nnd AMer-
man Heardon moved the ndoption or ths
following resolution, which w.ii ndoptod,
lidolvtil. Tlmt u special commilUu of
three inembers ol tho cily
council Lo ap-
to mjko arrange'
ber nut In teiiantahln unl P. fll In nltrvn rn
other rooms upon tho bet terms in tlieir
Tho following resolution, introduced by
Alderman Wiritcr, was, on motion of
Councilman Wood, ndopted, viz :
Haolrcd, Thnt a crossing bo built diag
onally ncross Cedar street, on Fifteenth,
from 'Mrs. Smith's to Winter's block; nlso
a new sidewalk in front of Arab engine
houe. nnd :i croslng to AVinter's block
for tho passage ot tho Arabflro company's
Alderman llcarden prosenteit h petition
from E. Walbridgei Co.,iisklng pcrmlslon
to erect a frame building on lots 7 und 8
in city block 63.
Alderman Winter moved to adopt. Car
ried. JAILER REPORT.
The report of Wm. McHale, city jailer,
was presented, together with his bill for
ilJO.fdr dieting prisoners for August.
"Councllmnn Hurd moved to refer to tho
commlttco on claims. Carried.
ORDINANCE NO. 4.
Councilman Taylor moved to proceed
to tho consideration of the newly revised
Tho clerk thorcupon proceeded with the
reading of ordlmmco No, -1, beginning
with section 32.
IIITCHINO POST., ETC
Sec. 32, It shall be lawful for porsons
in said city to place hitching posts on the
streets except Levco street, in front of
their stores or houses; at the outer edge of
tho sidowalk, and nt no other plnco; J'ro-
tided, thnt no other kind or description of
posts, pillars, rails or uprights, except tele
graph poles, such awning posts and such
himp posts as may be authorized, shall be
placed or suffered to Tcmain on any sido
walk, street or nvenue in tho city; and
every person violating nny of the pro
visions of this section shall forfeit and
pay to tho city n sum not less than flvo nor
more than fllty dollars for every otrense,
and the further cum of ten dollars for
every day he, or she, or they shall persist
In such violation after the first conviction.
ANIMAL. UNFASTENED AND Ul NNINO AT
Sue. 33. It shall not be lawful for nny
person in tho city to leave unfastened nny
horse, mule, or other animal, or any team
of either in harness or nttacho-1 to any
wagon, carriage, dray, cart, or other vc"
hlcle, so thut tho sntn'o may be liable to run
away; nor shall any person cause, suirer.
or permit any hog. pig, goat, horte. mule,
ox, bull or Jack to" run at largo or pass
through any street or avenue without a
suitable driver - nnd every person violating
the provisions of this section shall torfeit
and pay to the city not less than three nor
more than fifty dollars, for each and everv
Sec. 31. It shall be the Jul v of said flv
Marshal and of the Polico Constables and
each of them to take up all animals found
running nt large within tne limits of said
citv contrary to the ordinances thereof.
and confine tbern in some serum pen,
poucu or oinr piace.anu mo oucer lakinc
up isH animals shall provide suitable and
necfeitsrv sustenance for them, and the
reasonable costs of providing such ruste
nance shall b paid to the officer before
the animals shall be release! by him.
SEf. 3.j. Any animal taken up undt.r
the provision of this ordinance, mav be
sold by the officer taking it up. nt ar.y
time after the expiration of three davs
from the time of beini: taken up. of which
sale two days' previons notice shall bo giv
en by posting up written or printed no
tice of the tirno and place of sale, at the
front door of tho County Court houe, at
the post office and Citv Clerk's office, des
cribing the animals by their color, size,
marks nnd brands.
Sei. 20. Theotlicer tnkintr un and im
pounding any animal shall bo entitled to
charge and receive for the same fifty cents;
ir . . . .. , .
nno. lor eacn iwenty-iour Hours mo sarno
may bo kept, twenty-live cents additional ;
,nu ii soiu, uity cents lor c-acli animal
old, but if any person shall apply and
iay the officer s fees nnd costsof sust'enaneo
und impounding, at nnv time before sale
of such nnimuls, they ifiall be released bv
Site. S7. Aunccuruto account shall m,
kept by the officer making thy salo and
rendered to tho city council at tho stated
rm.-eting tiicrcol on tho nrst .Monday of
each ami evory month, and nil animals sold
by him, and his fees and churges thereon,
und ull moneys received by him lor the
Bale of such animalf, nftc-r deducting there
from tho fijes and codts of impounding.
sale. iind sustenance, slmll without delay,
no puid, m n special uupc-u, into tlio citv
trcusurv und 'the treasurer shall receipt
(or tho same rum sunn Keep it in n sc-par-utu
account Mit-ject to thcordor of tho city
Sec. .'IS. If ut any sulo of animals, under
tho provisions of this ordinunce, no person
shall hid thu whole amount of costs for
taking up, keeping and selling said nni-
mais. me oincer cntitiou to rcceivo mo
fucs may, fur himself, bid tho amount of
his costs nun charge', and If no, person
bids any more, rsuid aniinuls may be struck
oil to mm as in otner enscs
Sec. 30. If nnypcMon slmll break open
nny pen, pound or other inclosure, In
which any animals may bo confined or
kept under tho requirements of this ordl
nnnco; or shall directly or Indirectly nld
or nbvt the luinc-or tscapo of any such an
imals, ho or thoy shall forfeit and pay to
suid city -a snin'nbt less than ten ilolliirs
nor moro than nity dollars for each and
Sec. 40, If thu cily marshal or nny no
lice consbiMo fshallncgjoct or refuse to
take up and impound' uny animal known
by him to bo running at lurgn contrary to
mo ordinances oi.iuo city, uo siiuii lorfelt
and nnv to said city a sum not loss than
five dollars nor moro than twenty dollars
. I J . ! -
lor encn ana every ouenso.
INDECENT CONDUCT AND FAHT Dili VINO
Sec. 41. No person shall makoorcauso
to bo mado, within tlio limits of tho citv
nnv Indocent exhibition of himself or W.
golf.ifany horso or nnitnal.or shall wlthn tho
said limltf.unmoaernioiy unvo or rido, or
ut n gait fastor than six miles an hour, or
causo to bo so rodo or driven, nny horso or
other animal, unless in c.uo of urgent ne
cessity ; and every person so oironding slmll
forfeit nnd pay, for tho usn of tho city, u
sum not loss than llvo dollars nor moro
llinn fifty dollar for cuch ollunjo.
MEETINII OP VEHICLES,
Sec. 42. In nil caso of porsons meet
ing onch other vehicles in any plunked or
paved highway or thoroughfare, or upon
or iiou.r1 my brldgo, ouch porson so meeting
shall In nil chics turn oil' and go to tho
right side vnoovor timii violate this
faction shall bo subject to a fino of not less
I 1 1
linn two dollnrs nor exceeding fifty dollar.
No pjrson shall vond.
glvo or deliver, within tho
qity, nny dovlly oplson", knowing
tho sumo to ho buch, vtiUiout marking tho
same, In lcgiblo characters, '"poison," un
der n pcnnlty of llvo dollars for ench of
Sec. 41. No railroad compnny or con
ductor, engineer, or other utnployo of nny
railroad company, or othor person man-iigii-g
or controlling any locomotive cn
gln . enr or train, upon nny railroad
track, shall, within thocorporato limits of
tlio city of Cairo, run, or cause, or suffer,
or permit to run, nny such locoinotivu en
gine, car or train, under his or tholr charge
or control, upon nny such railroad tracfc,
nt n speed exceeding six miles per hour.
Sec, 45. No railroad company, or cm
ployo of nnv railroad company, or othor
person, shall leave or place, or cause, or
suffer, or permit to bo left or placod, any
locomotive engine, car or train, upon any
railroad traok at the crossing of any trav
oled street Intersecting such railroad
truck, so as to obstruct tho frco pnssage
way over and along said street.
Sec. 10. Kvcry person offending against
tho provisions of tlio two prcccodlng sec
tions shall forfeit and pny to tho city of
Cairo, a sum not less than twonty-flvo dol
lars nor moro than fifty dollars, for each
nnd every offense.
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?r... if. ,iu raiiruuu wuiuiiuii v ur uiil
ployo of nny railroad company, or othor
person, shall lay down, construct or opo
rate more than a doublo lino of ration
any portion of Lovoo street; and every
railroad company, omployo of any rail
road company or othor person, who shall
put or place, or causo lo bo put or placed,
or who shall run or causo to bo run on or
over nny third track upon said Levco stroct,
any locomolivo engine, cars or train, or
who shall othorwise violate tho provisions
of this section, shall forfeit and pay to tho
city of Cairo, n sum of not loss than twenty-five
dollars nor moro than fifty dollars
for each and overy oflonsc.
Sec. 48. No railroad company or cm
ployo of nny railroad company, or other
person, shall run or causo or suitor
or permit to bo run, forward or backward,
any locomotive engine railroad car or
Irn'in on any track In said city, without
having in tho night-tlmo a brilliant and
conspicuous light, nnd in tho day-tlmo a
watchman on tho advancing end of such
locomotive, cngino, car or train.
Sec. 49. It shall not bo lawful for any
person to run or causo to bo run anv loco
molivo in snid city of Cairo, without hav
ing placed on the ton of thochlmney there
of n bonnet or spark catcher sufficient to
prevent nil nccidonts by firo from the
sparks of such locomotive; nor shall it be
lawful for any person to run or causo to
be run in said citv any locomotive having
the fire-pan of tho sa'tno down whon run
ning, Sec. 00. Tho bell of each locomotive
engino shall, immediately on entering
within the limits of said city of Cairo, be
rung until such locomottvo shall reach Its
destination in said city; and tho bell of
each locomotive leaving the city shall be
Sec. 01. That ull railroad tracks,
switches and turnouts, located upon any
of the streets or avenues within the Incor
porated limits of this city, shall be craded
to a level with the grade of the streots or
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aidim-a ujioii which sucn rauroau iracK,
switches or turnouts may bo located, and
i-hall bo planked with sound white oak
plank, free from sap, and of a thickness of
not less than three Inches, and of a width
of not rnoro than six inches ; said plank
shall bo well spiked on to the railroad
cross-ties or sills, and tho said plank shall
extend at leat threo feet beyond tho outer
line of tho mil upon any such tracks,
switches or turnouts; or in lieu thereof,
said railroad tracks, switches and turnouts
may bo graveled with good Villa P.idgo or
similar gravel, to tho depth of nt least 12
inches, said graveling to extend at least
threo feet beyond tho outer lino of tho
rail, upon any such tracks, switches or
turnout; VoriuVt, that said nlankinir or-
graveling sbill not extend so far beyond
tne rans as to intcricro witn me sidewalks
or plankroads already constructed.
Sec 52. All railroad companies, hav
ing railroad tracks, switches or turnouts,
located upon any of the streets or avenue
of this city, shall causo tho same to bo
graded, planked or graveled, as aforesaid,
and shall keep and maintain all such tracks,
switches and turnouts eraded and planked
as nfnresnld in good order, and in such
condition as not to interrupt tho ordinary
uso and travel of tho public.
Sec 03. No railroad company, nor any
employe of any railroad company, nor any
other person having charge of or control
line the cars of anv railroad corn Dan v.
shall leavo or place, or cause, or suffer, or
pormu to do placed or leu upon any rail
road track, switch or turnout, located upon
any street or uvenuo of said city, any loco
motive, engine, car or cars, or train, with
out leaving an opening in front of each
cross street, of tho width thereof on Le
vco street, between tho southsido orhcconu
street and tho north side of 14th stroet.
Alderman Carroll moved to amend by
striking out all section 53 of said ordi
nance after the word "thereof," With
Alderman Metcalf moved to striko out
all section'53. Carried.
Tho clerk huvlng finished the reading
of said section 53, tho council, on motion
of Alderman Winter, adjourned to meet
again on Monday afternoon next, at 2
M. J. Howlev, City Clerk.
The New Wilson. Smith & Uilnk
inoycr, corner Commercial uvenuo and
Kighth street, aro selling tho Now Wilson
Under-Feed Shuttlo Suwlng Machlno, tho
best and cheapest machine In tho world.
It is sold $20 cheaper than any other ma
chine. Somo of tho many advantages
ciaimeu lor it uro as follows :
1st. It is as dnrablo, well finished, and
cwts as much to manufacture as other
First-cluss Machines; but sells for eomo
2d. For hemming and felling It Is un
3d. That It is tho simplest shuttlo ins
4th. It has less wearing parts.
5th. It his no grooved cutis, Vail Joints,
compound crankr, or cog wheels.
0th It is adapted to n largor rango of
work, without change, than any othor ma
In Jail. Yesterday Mrs, Krnst Brou-
chor procured tho nrrcst of her husband,
on tho chnrgo of threatening nor life
Tho defendunt refusod to bo tried by
Judge Ilross, nnd took n chango of venuo
beforo Ksquiro McHalc, Tho evidence
showed that Drcuchor has, within thu past
twelve months, been addicted to tho flow
ing bowl, and in his cups has been abusive
of his wife, who is said to bo n very nmia
blo and good woman. Lately ho has boon
very violent, und his threats eo frightened
.Mrs. IJruechcr that sho Hied out a peace
wnrrnnt, mid is taking tho necessary steps
to procuro n divorce. Tho Squiro bound
tho defendant over to tho Circuit Court,
fixing tho bail ut $200. Ho could not In
duco any of his former friends to becomo
his bondsmen, nnd was confined in the
Go to Parkjr ic Ulako's for window
glasi, putty, etc. nug20dlro
JTAn Unouatkflt, Cusb. A stranger,
whllo standing nt tho'countor of Louis
Herbert's snloon, yestordny, dropped a $20
bill on tho floor. After ho loft tho room,
tho bill was found by Mr. Carl L. Thorn
, who bocamo very anxious to return
tho monoy to if, owner. Ho deposited the
monoy wlih Herbert, nnd Immediately in
stitutod n careful search for tho unfortu
nat loser. After traveling about the cily
for an hour nr two h. found tho man he
was looking for. on boanl . .. i ... i..
ing nt thn wharf. Tho following colloquy
Thomat. Stranger, you lost somo mo
ney awhile ago, which I found, and If
you will go with ma to Mr, Hcrbert'a sa
loon, I will glvo you the bill.
Slranyer.-Sto here, old follow, what do
you tako mo for 7 Do you too anytliing
green In this eye. You can go to b 1.
Thomas lookod his astonishment and in
W. II. Hock well A Co. kcop thoichool
books that will bo used in tho public
schools during tho coining season,
NoTICH FOR Co.HTKACTORI-lllds for
the construction of a now Catholic church
will bo taken till Monday, Septomber
11th, 12 o'clock, a.m.
Plans and specifications can be seen ut
tho rcsldonco of Father O Halloran, Cairo.
Further Information to bo given by the
architect, A. Druldlnc. St. I.oul. M v.
corner Ollvo nnd Fifth. Lowest bidder
win get tho contract, on giving security
for tho whole amount.
For school books go to W. II. Uockwoll
Turtle Soup Lunch
St. Nicholas Hotel
This morning at 10 o'clock.
W. II. Rockwell & Co. are headquarlors
for school books.
Notice. Parker & Illake have removed
to Ilross' brick store, on Commercial ave
nue, second door from tho corner of 11th
street. They have added to their already
large stock of paints, oils, window glass,
wan paper, shades, lamps, varnishes, etc,
and invito tho public generally to call on
them in their new quarters. They make
a speciality of tho eclobratod Aurora oil,
which thev will sunnlv to their rmlntnm
In quantities from a half pint to ten bar
rels, at much less cost than coal oil, and
warrant It not to explode. aug2Cdlm
W. II. Rockwell A Co. are headquarters
for school books.
Shrivo's celebrated 11 o'clcck lunch
oyesters at Jorgenscn s. tf
Goto Parker & Make's for wall pa
per, wlndbw shades, etc. aug20dlui
Jorgcnsen has a great run for Capt.
White's oriental pickles. tf
Those French Cherriw, in syrup, so
popular with connoiseur are sold by Jor
Go to Dr. McGauley for Kattingcr' Fe
ver Drops. Wurranted to euro tho chills.
' glass boxes " for salo
W. W. Thornton.
at 5 cents each.
Go to Jorgenscn's for imported Dun
dee orange marmalade, tho celebrated
London crystal vinegar, In quarts, and
cboico Genoeeo figs. If
Go to Parker & Wake's for lamps
lamp chimneys, paint brushes, etc.
Everybody goes to Jorgansen's family
gbrcery for the Halfurd Leicestershire
Tho most popular shoo shop' in town
Is on 20th street opposite tho court house
hotel, where Wm. Khlcrs manufactures
boots and shoes for his customers, warrant
ed to bo of tho best French calf, kip or
morocco, and which he guanraloes to give
entire satisfaction. Cull on him and you
will know how It Is yourself. Jy20tf
Wm. Khlcrs. nt his shop on 20th street
is stilt manufacturing every variety ot
boots and shoes from genuino French calf
(he uses no other kind) which ho sells
rovly rnado or mude to order at prico
that defy competition. JylMtf.
PiULLir IUUQli is master of his trade,
and warrants nil of his work to be of tho
tery lest material and manufacture; guar
antees a complete fit and entlro satisfac
tion, isnot confined to any'particular style,
but makes overy variety of bodll and shoes
from tho heaviest cowhide to tho finest
French calf and morocco. Ho nlso keeps
a largo stock on hand, of his own manufac
ture, nnd any one desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap should call on
him at his shop on Kighth St., south sldo,
near corner of Ohio levee, Cairo. dtf
-The Chicago Ileor Saloon, Wm.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 20 and 28 Kighth
street, is a favorite place of re-sort with all
lovers o( Weiss' lloer, Liquors of every
description, and a'l kinds of foreign and
homo Wines. No ordinary liquors are
dispensed at tho bar of the saloon only
tho very bost, nnd guests find in Attend
ance polite and accomodating waitors, A
frco lunch is spread ovory day at 10
o'clock a.m. aual'tf.
Tho greatest known romcdy
nnd euro of
Chills, Fovor, Ague, Liver Complaint'
Huy them ; try thorn.
Stratton &Uird, General Agents,
William Alba's barber si op is grow
Ing In public favor overy day. It is neat
ly fitted up, and cun boast of tho most
skillful workmen In tho city. Tho pro
prietor has had many years' experience in
his business nnd ISTocoguized asono of tho
most export shavers in Southorn Illinois,
whllo young Alba is a tnastor In his pro
fession. Citizens nnd strangeri who wish
a painless shave, a luxurious shampooing,
or their hair cut In tho latest stylo should
patronizo Alba. Ills shop Is on Commer
cial avonuo next door to LUnnon'a iiqwi
Cairo, III., g0pt, 2-10.4C, p 1
. ,?r,I)c,'r,,"ont R"' Service, f
A. division of tcWrams nnd n.tmrl'
. . uiiimercc. Tlio folio
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24 hours ending 10:40, p. ,", '
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HI. Uiula. Mo......
HI. Paul, Minn
Mr. V. 1 lot ft hai nmiwul V.I. i.tl
. - lvlllw,vu 1.1 Mil I -1
establishment to his new store, at Ncl
sommcrclal avenue. Ho keeps on h
splendid assortment of piece good
ho will make up for hit customers
mtnnor warranted to suit. He em
only the best workmen, an si give
personal atlcntion to the business.
icct nts guaranteed. Price roason
Call and see him. aug30
Chas. If. Kvam WiiMnolAa-..
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between Kli-hth ami Vtnih ..t. I,.1
hand a splendid slock of family grocj
of all kinds, which ho Is stlllng
lowest prices. He Is determined not
undersold, and challenge compAiisxl
the quality of.hls roods with anv hool
tho city. His shelf goods aro of ever
rlcty, fresh and seasonable, and anytl
and everything tho market affords csi
purchased at his store at tbo lowest
Glvo him & call.
Steamer John Lumsdan, Bvantvillo.j
" City or Chester, Memphis.
" Julia, Vicksborg.
" Eddyvlile, Louisville.
" I. M. Stridor, Louisville.
" Mobawk, New Orleans-.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jas. Fisk, Jrn Paducfth.
11 Belle Memphis, fit. Loot.
" City of Alton, St. Loul.
" A. Uaker, Cape Girardeau,
Steamer John Lumsdon, EvaOSvilU,
" Uity of Chester, St. Louis,
Julia, at. Ixuli.
" KddTTille, Louisville.
" P. M. Stridor, St. Louij.
11 Mohawk, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Hello Memphis, Memphis. ,
" Mary Miller, New Orleini."'
iioat to lkave to-day. I
Steamer City of Alton, New Orleans
" Colorado, Vlcksburg.
uceanus, s.ou j.iver.
" St. Joseph. Moinphls. gi
" City of .Cairo, St. Louis. I
" May Iowrie, Red river. ;'l
Tho river has risen two inches since i
report. Tbo Mississippi is falling aj'i
at St. Iiuls. The upper Mississippi I
as bad condition as pver. At Louis',
tho Ohio Is fulling. At Cincinnati
river is on tbo stand, with throe feoto
en inches in the channel. The Arkatri
II, VI 13 ill iniii.i.
!u .1SII f-lllr,,.
l no levee prescnieu an cwto yy
anra vnslordav. FreiL-btS are still rat'
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scarce. earner uciigimui. j
The John Lumsden arrivod with a :
trip, consisting of whisky, flour, furnltt
hay and 100 bead or bogs.
Several bodies, much decotaposjd,
risen from the wrcck'of the W. R. Ari
None of them have ben identified
Walter K. Dill is coming out cap tail ;
tho City of Quincy. Capt. "Wml U itllH
Peter W. Sheckley, clerk of the Cit;
Alton, has bought from E. A. Shelby o
olghth of that boat fur $5,000.
Captain Monlfurt, at present commas
in t, Hon Vrantflln. Lai christened i
channel now followed by tie mall
around the dam at Aieuoc, tne "asw
parture." " J
Th. A,l. TTnllman has ouit tho Lou!'
ville trade and has laid up at EvmtIIU.I J
Thn dnmocratle convention held 1
PitUburg on the 20th ult. nominated Co,
modoro W. J. Kountt, for county twH
urer, by aclamatlon.
The Indiana has laid up for the pre
until freight become more plentiful. J
Thn liniin Mnnintili arrived on tin
with a fair trip and added consideratj
hare. Sho reports t feet in the river.
The City of Alton ha a moderate lo
and fill out hero.
Tho Capo Girardeau packet, A. Bak
brought 450 bbls. flour and 160 bbls.
The Mary Mlllor departed for New (
loan withagopd.trlp of freight,:--,!!
Tho James FiiV. Jr. had 18. hid sVf 'tf
bacco 179 Cad lea tobacco. 2 75 'DioeM
wigon stuff, and 72 Whoo! forms.' She dt
churccd at tho Ii C. R, It. wharfe bo
if. r.,,t ,,f "iirii.1 nfin n . mi
Tho Eckert came up from the C.
Kountt with a load, of her freight, (
from her officers we learn tbat the KounS
can bo saved. Sh'a was about tiji
slnklnsr alter bittiosr the, anssr. All tl'
frnlrht In the hold will bo daml
Among tho froicbt sho roce'fved bero'irfi
130 head of hog, which; werejXWJ
or! nn 'Wolf Island., The hUOithi
Koupla.U divided by II' bVlt icwltlci
will make hor more difficult. vtoVi',l
tpartmont to tbo other. Wjbcn th,
lrf ltft Tift owftmln-ttinn nf the hull1 lift
beon mado, but it was the Intontion of
dlyor tog? down, yesterday.
auu uuro. Hum iuuuiiiuij, caws u
1 ebt. Hhe I now under control or UiPt
Coulter, of the defunct Udd-reuotr.
' "i no uny oi uncsicr ano;j una wero iiwtu
light, a ii tj i 3
Tbo Eddyvlile, from IUYHi,.rrtT(jaj
wivn a ligus ".rip, conamiugw w upuifvi
tatoos and. a fow ton (undrlos, i I
Tho P. W-Straider waa ilgljt - Vb4
ilong,tqt,ho LuU.andPlIf pcke
.company, and wllfontor tnat'tra4 aj loot
at tugro Ii enouga Hitter