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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1871.
STEAMKIl A. RAKER.
II. It.iV, Jflor,
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MOUND 01TY AND 0A1
"teIsteam tug, cache
FOUR TIM'S KVKHV DAY
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At 1 r-M'
At 5 P.M.
At 8.30 A.W.
At 11.30 a.m.
At C.30 r.M.
"WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
BOA I Avlvl.i " -,
MOUTH Or CACHE, MABIhEWAlS,
, t AND VAVY YAnD.
l IN SMITH.
j'OH.V A. KOJJ if K
Manufacture or a!IUndof
RIFLES A XD PISTOLS.
KEYS MADE TO ORDER.
All Kiwi r
Commeuciai.-av., a Few Doors Below
Poir.lfr. Shot, Capn ami all eortu ol ((irlrldftes
i on sam:
Tnr Illinois Oatral liil Koitl Coiiip'.nr now
cfftrformlf the following ili-cnb..l 16m In Kirs
Additioe to the Oil J of Cairo, i i
Lot 47 Uoci i Lot 'U block 11,
j, TO, ' 27 " H,
.. & "12, " -a "
8 'I " 31 " t2,
U ti, " XI " ei.
Fortrm.el-. apply lo JAMUS JOllNiON,
Sunday Moknixo, Skit. 10, 1871.
JOHN II. OHEULY, Kditoii and 1'uui mita.
Tiv or utr. Jhilv llni.tTiM
ihr vrcfk, I) carrier
'.toe yearly carrier, In advance 10 00
'lit month, oy r.iall, 75
-Tli: rronth - 12 25
S i Month, t 25
i at vei 8 IM
1t effing .i;rot A'unvter round and olfucily oj
Sult; lfc HslMiufirn,vc lr.Unj .Sum t him JlUnvtt
it wW'vfil rvttutti , nnnll, hutfearUnt "'
. n oM nJijtet wttrtt to the jiuUte;
mfl uUirgt (ibiMrtuii etreuiatvm, the JlaUe
ttt tukntt tU patmm ot tnlMijmt readers ami
tltirprlnnrj utt.e' wifn.
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN'.
John 11, OU-fly 1 Co. navo rnlucoj the uli
ni-rlpltba prirn ut lie WteWy Cairo llullotl to
Oie tKiilar pf nnutii, imkmi; it the olu-apeiit iH
. pcrtiutljfliC'J in Southern IlJmoit.
-or President, 1&72,
JAMES R. D00L1TTLE,
Vi!;( o the decision of the national dem
The NtwYorkWorlilonHeirUur Poollttl-.
"Hit record is no consilient ami untar
tiiiitJ that it nigii be likened t'l a itrainht
line drawn across a tnuste elair beam.
n our Hjchfinfte
Jfnrrlngoi nvcMgoTwo a week In nnd
nboiit Mt-trepoUi nCprcjunt. :
Tlio public will of Metropolis l n ilfj
MM. Do Ucorwill bcclri in coUM. of
lectures In .Mclrot. .if ot Tcintiarni ..no
kindred topics October lint.
A Metropolis iwnor tptnU ol tlio
"said confines " of tlint village.
Tlio cWftt.Tafribeglns next Wedncs
The Du Quoin Silver Cornet Hand
has been engaged to furnish music during
ike State fair.
A'littlo daughter, aged nine yean,
of Mr. nnd Mn. C. Archibald or Uu
Quoin, waa burnoi to death on last Tues
day, In tho 'attempt to kindlo a tiro with
A littlo clr). datiirhlcr of .Mr. Orconcr
Smith, and un other chlld.numo unknown,
woro'both Verldusly injuroa oy oomg run
ovor by railroad cars no..r Du Quoin.
The former had to have a leg amputatod,
thelattorhad a limb broken ana was
I othorKlJO bruised.
I .. ..i it.. iv.,illn. nf Du Ouoin.
jir. anu ",
coJobratod tboir tin wedding on tho 0th
The republican county conTontion
Moots In Sbawncelown on Thursday.
A lodgo of Good Tcmplcrs, with a
largo membership, has been formed in
Tho saloon kcepors of Shawncetown
aro petitioning the council to grant licen
ces for the retailing of boor and alo.
FOR THE LADIES,
The last cosmetic English womon
have begun to uio is from an old Tecelpe
revived from Queen Anno'i time, namely,
cucumbers steeped in milk.
"Waists made of linen, with plcats,liko
gentlemen'i shirts, are coming into fash
ion. They aro worn as taste dictate, ei
ther with studs on the centor pleat or with
An entirely new stylo of arranging
the hair Is to bo adopted soon. The old
French twist In tho back is to be revivod,
but renderod more graceful "by a plait or
cablo surrounding tt, drooping low on the
napo ot the neck. A coronet of hair is to
tako tho place of tho pompadour Toll, and
from boneilth tho coronet light curls and
fri.cttcs aro to fall on thoforohead. ' Four
long curls, two on each s'.de, are to fall.
on the neck and shoulders from beneath
the brnid or cablo. The tomplo hair is to
bo brushed high and smooth.
Tho " Saratoga drop" is what ails all
tho silly McFlimseys of that resort now.
Sophie Sparkle says it is merely the art
of carrying the hands in such a manner as
unmistakably to express "I've nothing to
do." Thu elbows aro prossod closoly
against tho sides, tho lower parts
of the arms are then raised toward tho
chest, and tho hands hang listlessly for
ward. Tho tout ensemble of tho drop is
very much like tho wings of a chicken
prcparod for a broil. This position of tho
hands does very well for the display of
diamond rings ; also for tho fun which dan
clos from ono hand and tho dainty laco
mouchoir which droops. from tho ether.
Ol'ENINd OF FALL KASIONB.
(From tho Ne Tork WorlJ.2.1
Tho first Important oponlng of the sea
son took placo yesterday, at 'it' fashionable'
millinery hoitso on Jlroadway. 'ihoday
was lovely, with just enough crispness in
tho air to suggest tho coming of weather
that will demand eomothing more protoc-.
tivo than tho summer linens and lawns.
Among the new nnd fashionable designs'
tho polon also In tho Marguorlto and many
other riovul und picturesque modifications
oft ho original garment attracted univers
al attention and admiration. It Is
undoubtedly tho garment of tho period.
The dlnplay of modols for carrlagd dresses,
dinner diesees, visiting uroises, evening
ereelnl Jolnl Pumnn of th C tjr
by tlio ilnjor, and hold at tli
her, on Kril offnlnp, Sfnl.m
His honor, Mayor
mljfr t, 1571
iiujioerriJ ly the fluctuating atmosphere Urease?, houso dresses.'walklng, and morn
ing uresses was very our, auu uruwi;ruwuo
J'rc.ent, Hutlcr, Cunninchnin, ritz-
gerald, UtinJLansdcii, Metcalf, Rear-
den, fttrattonAaylor nnd Wnlucr. 1.
l'ltorcsAi.s von m'.miikh.
On motion of Councilman Taylor
the council 'pr6ucoderd to ijhc consider
ation of the proposalu for sidewalk
lumber received" this day by the city
he-following bid.i were oubinitlctl
by tho comptroller as haying been re
ceived by him in aecordnuco with ad
T. 13. Farrin, 817.50 ptf M, deliv
ered on track in Cairo, freight prepaid j
H. II. b'penccr, 818 per 31; Hong ii
Eadic, $18.50 per M, delivered at
city yard ; and of II. II. Williams, 820
perM , cut iu proper lengths and de
livered to any part of tho city designat
ed by the street committee.
Adoruian Fitzgerald moved to accept
the bid of II. II. Williams. Cnrricd by
tho following vote :
Ayes Ruder, Cunningham, Pitz-
gerald,IIurd,Mctcal(, Ilcardoh, Stratton,
Taylor and Waldcr 9.
Ou motion of Alderman Rcardcn
tho amount of bond to bo given by IMr.
Williams for the faithful performance
of his contract, was fixed at $5,000.
On motion of Alderman Cun
ningham, the Comptroller and
city attorney wcro instructed to
draw up a proper contract and the may
or to execute tho same on the part of
ORDINANCE No. 4 (Continued.)
VAULTS AND AREAS.
Sec, 75. It shall 'bo lawful for the
owners of lots or buildings iu the city
to use and occunv such portion ot the
street 'or 'avenue under the' sidewalk in
front of each lot as they may deem
expedient, for tho fcmrposo of con.
etruoting vaults, provided the outer
line of said vault shall not extend be
yond twelve feet from the front line of
each lot, said outer line not being be
yond the outer lino of said 'sidewalk,
and provided, also that said vaults shall
be constructed under the direction ol
the city engineer, with substantial
walls of stone, brick, wood or other
materials, in such manner as effectually
to resist tho pressure of the ground
on each side of it,, and be covered
over in such manner as not to interfere
with1" the grade of the sidewalk, nnd
furniBh a sate, convenient and substan
tial passage way across and over it.
Sec! 70. It shaH be lawful for the
owner of lots or buildings in said city,
to use nnd occupy portions of streets
and avenncs in lrontol each lot, tor cn
trances to buildings and areas or en
trances to basements, to the following
extent viz : Un streets and avenues
which are ono hundred feet in width,
they shall be permitted to use and oc
cupy fo.ur feet of the street, excepting
on JjOvco street, where they snail be
permitted so to use and, occupy seven
feet of the street, provided that all
areas or entrances to basement shall be
protected by substantial and safe gra
ting or railing.
Sec. 77.' Krory - person who shall
construct nuj vault ho may wish to
build in any other manner than herein
provided for; or shall . fail, to protect
any area or entrance to a basement as
herein required, shall forfeit and pay to
the city a sum not less than ten dol
lars, tior more than one hundred dol
lars for each nud every offense, und in
addition thereto, ten dollars lor each
and every day after conviction under
this ordinance ho shall fuil or neglect
so to construct his vault or protect his
area 'as is herein required.
of HnwrieflM poliicj,
Frwnn tft lj V njr JOMi'l', teUiertl at flt
trait, vi Jy;;.
Jxt ue ai Iiy !lie8jullmtimillu. i.ropoicd to
' tlio Mwilvbf l.'itmui alter llwy had t(
ti'llnd ak.'aiut H'jiiiu Hod had h-t.ii put ijuvwi by
ItMrarmirt ol Hut potter. Whci llm nui-.tioii
ttro.t' in the n-iute: 'fflil UmII l dune with
I..I.UUI nul tli pi'tpiv cf Litimi' thrrv tttrv
tm i'tn thfre thu MtoutPd- T'lntin-aie thnr
t'MMi 'Iiy 1 nuke Ihl'lll lan.." Then, a hour.
imn.1 lhat doj who would hat inmln Uidid
through the vast
uf advv sitors Hnd sii-lit-Joers inrougu
out thu entire day. Of coureo tho walking
mils ii ml costumes uru ut present in thu
lueondant, but wo obsor vo charming wraps,
consisting or uoudiu nnu iripie capea,
which aro to bri made of cloth or cashmero,
bruided or picked out upon tho oil go.
OvertkirU aro employed as much as ovor
aro generally long, und most gracefully
dnmed. Tho walking druas with on ad-
to tin irottn i.itt... nut famiiim, hi juuublo train is fouud extremely conve
i.7i' .'.3 "'s"!!'..1,1,?? V "V'Jl '",nir,"r" ntent by msny ludios who wish to unito In
in ..tl, .id brintorj .Klmiiiiki.thm fWlow ,. .. ?. ,!.. ,, ltllptlnn. fnr
ft street and dinner eostumo. Children a
patterns aro us variid and prettior than
Hnl thlH 1J 1 lOtllA tldWiT Hll.l UI...V ..t
l.ft ih, now that tlioy haw laid ifuttu tho !
tiiwuf ttir rtU-lliou and hatorenunod tht-ir
Ml.en e to tho unmn and the tl. make the
f-'mtlitrii pcoplo our fllo-citii5Ui, and thu
all fi llm pom-rand clnrr f llm natinn."
mml) AND POLITICAL.
Mrs. AYhurton will onlv nlcnd"not
guilty " at her trial, m,a will not put In ,
the plea of insanity.
Secretary Dtlauo denio thut he has
huthoriied or deiriJ the mention of his
nnmo as.a candWuu lor tt.e United States
Striate from Ohio.
Walt Whittime.onhU.aUry 0r flCOO
a year usclcfk- in tho ofilco of tho Attor
ney (letierul, is said to he the richest man'
in Washington. The secret of it 1, not
that he 1ms ull he wants, but that he netor
wants whut ho does not have.
wwpuen ii. Tvng, Jr., one of tho
-'l'techer. of .New York, wa,
. Unloa lUt.1, Harutu, last week.
tlio CI,,,,' 1,16 W-UM
his friend jirlkt IW
cuu.o the tlikoruKuiiutlon
latiwuai iiruiitrM t
. va HI11CTI lilt .. . . ..
Slnator and leader. "
to despair, and
I'll death win
Hon CbM. Hayes, member of Con-roi.
rem the j-ourth Alabama district, wnu-,
( toa.W,,Bton.i,u spirit of bin,; "
...". .tvrfceeni rtdcral nppoiutmeuu
" that State, and want, to know If Uluro
l no Hcpubllcan in AVaihlngton who will
' represent loth, .drnmstratlon that such
acoursBl. permanentiy dUrupting tho
Republican tiartv thi,r ..t v ..
COLORED DELEGATES AMONQTHK VUIOIN-
(from the Richmond Inquirer.)
The roll was endod, and tho corrections
made, by tho addition of tho namos or
those who had reported slrico the list waa
madu out, when Colonol Poyton Wise, of
Hichmond, roso to a motion to admit the
delogatM, nix in numdor, from tho colored
Consorvutlvo cln, of Richmond. Tito
motion was carried with only two or.iuroe
dissenting votes, and tho colorod delegates,
headed by Abram Hall, entorod, and wore
. t,,i ...iti, mmt cnihuilajtic demon
stration of applause, which atoncoassurod'
them tnat they -were , weicomr. j.
nnn nf tho most striklnc incidonts of tho
day and, porhaps, of those strange times.
Tho rocoption given to theso colored men
. nntihttr forced nor strained, nor was
It tainted In thoilightest'dogroe with dem-
i.ntftilit livnooliv.n JJ urinormore, muro
show of insulting con
douenllon. It ws all doneJn n qulot and
graceful manner. Tbo.alx! colored men
U.,I In n.1 tnnlr Oinlr nlttCCl SIIIOOI!
the other delegates, tho houso applauded1
and the Incident bocumo historical. . Tho
work of the con volition wont on as if noth
ing extraordinary had occurred; tho round
ro jf of the rink showed no signs of falling
in; anu ii mo mw uaaicai looKcrs-on wero
not frightened at the appearanco of tho
negro in u i;outorvativu convention, cor
ttiinly nobody else was.
Seo. 78. It shall not be lawful for
any person jot duly elected or np-
pointed uy tne mayor or city council a
police constable of tne city to wear me
badiro of the city police, or to assume
or pretend to bo a police constablo or
policeman or to ropreseni juinseu as a
police constable or policeman, or to act
as a police constablo or policeman, and
nnv person offondiiiK against any of the
provisions of th'iB section shall lorfeit
and pay for tho use of tho city a sum
of not less thau ten dollars nor more
than, fifty dollars, lor-each und every
Sec. 70. It 'shall not bo lawful for
either sex to dress in tho garments of
the other sex ; and any ponton or per
sons violating the foregoing provision
shallon conviction tneroot. loncit aau
ay tor tho use of the city, a sum not
public health, in such placo or manner
to shall bo offensive to or likely to be
injurious to tho health of any portion
Of tho illhabifniifMfif ihn t-itv. mIi.iII fur-
feit and nay, for the two of the city, a
sum not loss than thrco dollar nor
tnoro than ten dollar, for each i id
ovcry day ho. sho. or thnv shall keen
and maintain said privy or privv vault.
hogpcn.manuro heap, sink hole. whitiL-h-
tor house, slop barrel, Mop tub, slop
bucket, sfop box. or other vessel or
thiugcontaining slops or water, or sow
er, trough, or other thine used for tho
drninage of slops or wator, after being
notified by tho mayor, city marshal, or
ond of tho police constables, to removo
Sec. 82, It shall not bo lawful for
any person to throw, placo or deposit
in or upon any street or avenue within
the limits of tho city, any broken glass
ware, broken ouconswaro or brnknn
crockcrywarc, or any tin, iron or wood
en box, pan, pot. can. bucket. nin
loop, or any description of carthern.
glass, crockery, tin or wooden ware
whatsoever, or any old boot, shoe, hat,
"Hi ur u"3 ruining, or any tree or
bush, or portions of tho same, or any
old lumber, shaviiiL's. nancr. nmw.
manure, hay, grass, vcuctablcs. carbauc.
rubbish, or offal, or any offensive, foul,
or nauseous liquid or substance ; Pro
vided, tho provisions of this ordinance
shall not apply to any building ma
terials, mcrchnndiso or articles that
may no temporarily deposited on tho
streets or aveuuc3 to bo used or rn.
moved, nor to any vegetables, offal nr
garbage placed in a box or barrel at the
side of the street for removal; And pro-
vulnt alio, that it any earth or ashes
arc deposited in tho streets or avenues,
they shall bo spread evenly over the
surfaco of tho middle of the same.
Sec. 8:i. It shall not bo lawful for
any person or persons to permit any
slops or foul, offensive or nauseous liq
uid or substance to bo discharged or
flow or pass from or out of nny prom
ises occupied by him, her or them, into
any street or avenue, or into nny adja
cent premises, and every person violat
ing the provisions ot this and the previous
section ot this ordinance shall forfeit and
pay to the said city a sum not less than
five dollars nor more than fifty for each
and every offence, and ten dollars a
day additional for each nnd every day
after conviction under this ordinance,
ho, sho or they shall permit such vio
lation of this and the previous section.
SEC 84. It shall bo the duty of the
city comptroller to provido the mcaus
for removing from the front of all
houses in tho city all vegetables nnd
dry kitchen offal of all and of every
description, provided the same is placed
in boxes or barrels and placed in con
venient locations in front of said
houses beforo tho time fixed for such
removal ; and that such removal shall
bo made from the first day of Decem
ber to the first day of March, once a
week; from tho first day of March to
tho first day of Juno, and from the first
day of September to tho first day of
jveccmocr, twice in cacn wcck ; anu
from tho first day of June to the first
day of September, six days in each
week ; and that notice shall oc given
by said comptroller of tho time of such
removal, by publication in the news
paper publishing the ordinances of the
city, any arrangement made by the
comptroller for tho purpose above speci
fied, to bo by him reported to the city
council in joint session convened, for
approval by them.
Sec. 85. It shall not bo lawful for
any person to play base ball, or to
throw, pitch or toss any base ball, catch
boll, vim ball, rubber ball, yarn and
rubber ball, snow ball or other bull, or
fly or raiso, or attempt to tly or raise,
any kite, on any of the streets or ave
nues within the limits of the city,
Evory person who shall violate the
provisions of this section shall forfeit
and pay, for the use of the city, a sum
ot not less tnan two uouars, nor more
than ten dollars, for each and evory
Sec. 8G. That every person who
shall, within tho limits of the city of
Cairo, keep lor sale, hartcr or exchange,
or in any wise deal in cond-haud
goods, wares or merchandise, shall keep
a well bound book, in which t-hall be
party offending shall forfeit nnd pay lo
said city of Cairo not le8S than ten
dollars nor more than fifty dollars.
Sec. 00. It shall uot bo Lnful for
any cow, goat, horse, mule. ox. bull,
sheep or swino to woar n bell within tho
limits of said city; and any person be
ing the owner of any said animals, or
having chargo of the samo as agent or
otherwise, who shall permit them or
any of them to wear a boll within tho
limits of said city, shall forfeit and pay
to the said city a sum not less than five
dollars nor moro than twenty-five dol
lars for each and every offense, and in
addition ten dollars for each and every
day such animal shall continue lo. wear
such bell after the first conviction for
such offouso uoder this prdinancc. Pro
TidedjNhowovr,.thal thoiw,ering of any
bell by. any horse or mule when in har
ness and attached to any vehicle, shall
not be considered as a violation of this"
Sec. 01. Whcnover any excavation
is made or holo or trench dug in any
street or avenue of tho city or the sur
face of any street or avenue disturbed
in nny way by any gas company or
railroad company, or any servant, em
ploye, or agent of any gas or railroad
company for nny purpose authorized by
law or ordinance, it shall be the duty
of said gas or railroad company, the
Barvants, employes and agents of said
gas or railroad company, to replace the
dirt removed or fill up the hole or trench
dug or excavation made in such a man
ner, by tamping or ,othewiso settling
the dirt replaced, as to restore the sur
face ot such Btrcetjor avenue to its orig
inal condition, level and grade, and for
every failure to comply with the
requirements of this section, such gas
company or railroad company, or the
servant, employe, or agent of such gas
or railroad company who shall make
such excavation or dig bucu noie or
trench or shall otherwise disturb the
surface of such street or avenue shall
forfeit and rav to said citv of Cairo a
sum not less than fire dollars nor moro
than fifty dollars.
Councilman Taylor moved to table
Aid. tltaardcn's motion to amend sec
tion 45 of ordinance No 4, which mo
tion was pending at the adjournment of
the council on the evening of the 4th
Councilman Taylor then moved the
following as a substitute for the mo-
motion of Aid. 'HcadcD, .which was
"Provided that an. opening not less
than 'JO feet shall be left. near the con-
tor of each block between 4th and 10th
The clerk therefore proceeded with
tho reading of said ordinance o. 4
beginning with section No. 75.
Aid. Metcalf moved tostnke out that
nortion of section 82 relating to the
spreading of earth or ashes over the
middle of tho street. Lost.
Aid. Metcalf moved to strike out all
of section 81. Lost.
Aid. Ruder moved to strike out sec
tion 85 of said ordinance. Lost.
At the conclusion of the reading of
ordinance No. 4, Alderman alder
moved to adjourn to Monday evoning
next, at 7 o'clock. Lost.
Tho motion to abjourn being lost,
Alderman Waldcr withdrew from the
council chamber, thereby breaking the
A quorum not being present, on mo
tion of Alderman Rcarden, the council
adjourned to meet ohiMonday evoning
next at 7 o'clock.
M. J. IIowley,
C. II A NNY.
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA
Tux most Bcccr.ssrut. Like Insubanck oom'oiution or the bami
STOCKHOLDERS TO ARSORR 1'ROFI
AuouKTor 1'oMciMhW FoacK-DEC 31; 1870i
Total Income to Samk Date,
Nht Incrkabe or Risks in Jfoncx, 1870, -
Gross Ikcbkabe or Risks in Forck, 1870, ..... $30,321
Only two Computes In the Sftflfl tUiaMJoVMt Wrhia.1
OFFICE, ST. LOUTS, 2wt
JAMK3 H. MUTTON, Piesident.
Henry w. Houoii, VIco President. . - Fblix-Cost, Supt.-VhwoJ
WM. Hanlet, Secretary. John N. Phitciiard, Treal
C. F. Buknes, Attorney. K. L. Lmoihi, M. D., M.dl
uu. m m . awiuixn, oritwusifr-vjounswi ana Aattttry,
lUTO Is a bit of Vrnneh Thllntiti!i v. 71
is set down to the credit of Alexander Du
inui, uls; "Walk two hours ovory day.
am;,, uuura uyory niglll. U01 Up
soon us you wake, ripouk only when
....,ury, mm rny u,y n wuBt yOU
think. Don't write anythlnc but what
you can sign. 'llUnk neither too much
uor too little or money, it Is a good
Stato, bouud hand and foot, to thi D.m 1 nt'but u bud'tha'ster. lleware of women
..... 1 w ue Jm0C- Worn van urn twantv. A-unlrt tl,,. ...
- - I von nro rortv."
less thin five dollars nor moro "than ten
dollars, for eaoh and every oiicuso.
WHISTLING OK HTKAMHOATH, ETC.
Sec. 80. It shall not be lawfulfor
any steamboat, or any captain or Inn-
plovo ot any sicamuoai. or any water
craitfOi any uejurijiuou, -ijiuk v ui
port "of Cairo) to caiiso or have the whis
tlo of said wator craft blown,' or whis
tled. Any steamboat, por8ontemployo,
owner or captain of nny wator craft, of
fending against tho provisions of this
section shall, on conviction before a po
lice magistrate, forfeit and pay to city
for its use and benofit, a sum not loss
than ten dollars uor more than fifty dol
lurs, for ea'ciraud overy offenso.
Sec. 81: Every person who shall
keen or maiutain nny privy or privy
vault, hoi: nen. manure heap, sink holo,
slaughter houso, slop barrel, slop tub,
slop buckot, slop box, or any vessel or
ftilnrr nnntninini? slons or wator. or anv
sower, trough, or other thing used for
the drainage ot slops or water, or any
soan factory, or anv place, building or
establishment used for tho Btearaiug and
rendering of lard, tallow, fat, offal or
dead animals, or any establishment
used lor tho steaming or rendering of
uny oiuor iiuustaiiccs, which in being
so rendered shall cauu the InifiinnMH
thereof to bo offonsive to the tpublio or
nny portion thereof, or injurious to the
entered, in writing, a description of
every article purchased, or which by
any means snail come mio iiicir pos-
. . a a 1 1
session, together with the price paiu
for tho same, the full naino of the per
son from whom it was purchased or oh
tained. nud the time when tho samo was
purchased. And overy second-hand
dealer purchasing oi otherwise coming
into possession of any second-hand ar
ticle, shall keep the same for tho space
of ten days,
Sec, 87. Said book, provided to lo
kopt by the previous section of this
ordinance, shall be open to tho inspec
tion of tho mayor or any member of the
citv council, tlio citv marshal, or any
y. " ' . . ... . , -
police officer or police constablo ot tne
ST It I PES,
KIXTL'CKY JEANS, EXTRA,
OROS OKAIN SILKS,
eily ; nud onr .irilclo purchased or
otlmrwiie obtained oy any scconu-nanu
dealer, shall lor the ten days during
which the same shall be kept, as pro-
i- l it.. !..! .1 il.!.. .,!!
Viucu ill tlio tiruviKioiis oi iuib uiui-
nauco, bo subject to the liko inspection
of the mayor, any member of the city
council, tho city marshal, or nny police
officer or police constable of tho city oi
Sec. 88. That tho book in which the
entries aro to bo made, ns required by
tho two previous sections of tins ordi
nanco, shall bo a strong, well bound
book, ot suitable size, not less than
what is known as a three quire book,
and that tho 'entries required shall be
, t- m i -t i i
mauc in a icgioio nnu cicar uuiiu-
writing, and otherwise in such maimer
ns to be easily read and understood.
y.c. b'J. It Miull not bo lawlul lor
dealers referred to iu the thrco previous
sections of this ordinance, to transact
the business contemplated by said sec
tions at any time other thau between
sunriso and sunset of each day, not be
ing Sunday, and during the'said hours
of business said dealers Bhafl keep opon
tho doors of their jiluces of business
in such a maimer that the character ol
tlio business trantactcd by thcincau be
scon und oatily us ccrtaincd ; and for
overy violation of this or any of the
previous sections of this ordiuancc the
E. P.. ISuruvoham, Manager.
CAIEO BEAWCH BO-ft.DRX3.
Ti following namad gntlmf n hotl or contral $10,n Insurance each, la the Mf J
T. AW Babclat,
H. W. Wkihi,
II. H. Cavdxe,
J. M. I'll 1 1, MPS,
R. S. BniuiiAM,
Paul G. Schuh.
T. J. KbbI
W. S. Ecal
I.rra wr Bat Ira anil Ptaas before yon laassr 1st any User CsJ
Caul L. Thomas, W. B.
POOHH, HAHSI, ETC
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ot ntry description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLIN.DS.
Furnished en shorteat notice.
CommerciaUav, bet. 10th" and llth-sts.,
W. W. THORNTON,
BLINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
Office on Tenth St.,
HHmtu Cosnsnerclal and Waa lain ft on
, i Arms".
AOENTH tor Rook Rler Paper Company'
Hheathintr Felt and (joartt Cement.
. W.rjolin'ailmpror till Hoofing always oq
WINES AND lilCtCOna.
w. a. UOBBIS,
UULL, CARGO, . LI Vl
i TJ3 ir -jR r q
JITTf A, HABTTOIU,
NORTH AMERICA, fAl
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL j
Asset , -!,7,;i.i
Tl OKI WAT,
WM. II. SCHUTTER,
IraporUv- atad Wbelale IStealer .IsS
tobacco &c co-vies.
Agent for tho teat brands of
CREAM AND STOCK AL
I mixer Oil Air r uisrvreai Silade
,7f Ouio Lnvnn,
t .CAIRO, -ILLINOIS.
Aeeeta ...Py.....-..ml I
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING,
Ill EntlreMloeli NowCloatur Out
VERY LOW FIGURES.
cobnebBth sr., and coUmbbcial-av,
F. M. STOCKFLETir,
iWCISIOt rOILI ITOCKFLITU
T . I
- 'rlsj anil Dotnentlc
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No..7B Ohio Levee,
TTEkeepson hand consttniljr a lull jstoca oi
. JJLOI4.Ktntoc:yJonrl)onj .Kya. ana mp"oJI-Sda,Vhlakle,.t-reocJ;
lthlne and UMrolnUt WlnTa," 1 . l-'f-,.
i5AIi E8TATK AO-WT.
I. & E. GREENSVALD.
Flour ond (Inst Mills,
The "Tupper" Patent Grate tar,
KAOIUNEIIY "OK OENKBAL PUSPOBXH,
' '0. -WINSTON CO., 9
. a a j-a "T TrTirN
"PIT! A T ESTATE AUI!iJM&
4 I AND
74. (8XC0ND VLOOB) OHIO LBV EE, ,
x CAIRO, ILLS.,
Buy and 'Sell Real Estatb,
FURNIBH' 'A-STBACTS OF TITLE
JiniioABA, ir. ir.,
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Aiee(s ,M,.rvfft fWI-ia
A UAtsi ' ..i....uasiMStMMHj
i LA SMIITjU-flN 'I Mill
share ol their patronH- w J
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