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STEAMER A. HAKEll,
Cairo and Caj)c Girardeau
J. II. HAY, Jlnnlcr,
rsttirdsy iri'-mlngs at th fame hour,
tJ j usage apply, on board.
ID"t ningt al llltr HAtno hour. 1
JIOUND CITY AND'CA'IR
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Gait. "William II. Sandusky.
FOUR Tllll'S EVERY DAY'
ICSWltf j k
cairo a2ntx) :m::d. city
Leave Mo, Cif r,
root or uoutmmiT.
At... 8.30 A.M.
At. ll.'SO A.M.
At 1!.30 r.M.
At C.30 l'.M.
I 1 . r "
"WILL LAKD. "WHEN HAILED,
BOX TACTORY, HAWK'b LANDING, K.T.
uocin or CACHE, MARINE WAYS,
AND SATt YARD.
CAIRO CITY COAL.
Is prerred to supply cuitomfi with the best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDKU left t Halli.la) llro. office, 70 OHIO
l.i:VKK, or nt tin- Coal ViirJ Uluw the st.
tmrlcs Hotel, will rfociu prompt attention
THE TW. 'JllNTAl'K mil br'nmoal aiona
side steamer at nny hour. ocltStf
Thursday Mousing, Sept. 14, 1871.
JOHN II. OUEKLY, Kditoh iNorimmttB,
TlC: Or THC JJ.illt llllttTIN:
- vee k, tiy corner !i
'.me year by currier, (n advance 10 00
Le Loath, by r.iail, 75
Th e ironth f J a
S x ,:n.,ili, 25
i year, .r .. s w
TKt official jnperoj Aluatter county ant of thi of v oj
Cfcino; lUonlumornmiitailuin'Soiilhrrn Hhnini;
ttmU-aicaUjMiitil; mintl, but fcarlnt; out
r;ia on all mtjctt ot xntemt to the jm'Jiei
vili a Inrge 01 Increawv circulation, the HuUt
tin o!iri(j tin patnmagt ot inttUt'jcnt ruvlert awl
in!cprw3 biutiiMs mrn.
TUB D0I.LAH WIEULV BULLini.V.
J .n H. Of.tly' i Co.'tmta rofucnl tli nib
cr ..t.on pru'f nt ihf Y tkljr Utiro llulletl to
Ow It '-).r(m,UM. in l, n it the vliciijiect
licrpui 'uhwl in "'oin turn Illinois.
, . Fur President, h'i,
JAMES R. B00L1TTLE,
Subitci to the decision of the mttmtal dem
The Nw York V jiIJ on Si'ii.itiir Uoolittlo.J
"Jin record i to consistent emit untar
nished that it may he Vxhentd to a straight
i lie tiratcn across a puzzle a clear beam
unsiccrced ly the fluctuating utmo.'iihcr'e
uf American politics, through the past
btona inMySt i tor Vtl,, ,lc!trere I at Ik
Let !. I the South HuCjniillui. i,r..i,,., to
Uij the joi, eUf Ionium utter tliny 'lia,
u uejii(;iin.ii.uiiu nnl li,l li-in put ilownby
iii"ariiiiw) oi mill ler. Wlicu th (iun,tlciii
r in the eenite : -Wlut hatl U ,on with
i.h urn una the iei,in of I,tiumV theiewerc.
.ptoprty! nuko jl etn Unven.'t' There . bou
ter, niiao truii nay ho uuiil.l li mmle them
n.K,i,,,.i nine, inn t-amillui, tthum
iltliuf tmnle hue ha inii.le Ina mimeim
'(norlnl, Mid: "hrnti)r, let u nmknlhem fellow
,.' lm '0"i power iui'1k1vi i:
iu;m i.ct u,, uo that they hate Uul .luwu the
irirti or their rcMlluti aul tine reiiuwf.l tli'mr
Rneieni e ij tlio union :hi.l the Hub, inaUulhe
..lli.rn t.xul.tu nn fi.tln...
r. nil i itiur, Ul I1IU 'li4lllll
ORDINANCE NO. 7.
I jtitinutd from fJutincil I'roecvdiiies of
$ September 11, 1871.)
Sec 2;l Any pemun who loans mon
ey on .deposit or pledge of personal
property, funds, note or uthur securi-.-
tics, ur who .deals iu the purchasing of
personal property or choses in uctiou,
on conumou .ot felling tho rauie back
again at a stipulated price, is hereby
deuued and declared to be a pawnbro
ker. faEC, 21 .Pawnbroker s licuuse shall
bo grauted to any person of good charac
ter who may apply therefor on the
ii)iiuwuig,um4Hiuuh . me jier.ion so
applying shall first pay into the city
tieasury the sum of ' one hundred dol
lars per auuuu and shall excute a bond
to the city oi (Jairo in tho sum ot Cv
hundred dollars, conditioned, that th
laid applicant will in every particular
coiiiorin tothereiuiremeutHOl tins and
with the requirements or provisions of
auy uruinauce nereallcr to bo passed
bKc. J.) Every person so licensed ns
aforesaid shall keep at his place of
business a fcubstantial and well bound
book, in which he shall enter, iu writ
mg, a minute description of all person
al property, bondt, notes, ur other
securities' received on deposit or pur
chaso, ftSAfbrfcuaid,:tliu time when they
when they were sorecoived, and particu
larly nieh'tibuliig' uny prominent or
tdescrintiverjnarkcs. that i mav be on
Hc)t prbpeHy, dotes, binds' br other
sceunwe?, logcjiucr wnu.uiqoamo unu
rcsidenco of tho person or persons by
whom thoy were left; which jsatdjbook
swan po Kept clean anu legible, uuu uo
entry therein shall bo erased, oblilerat
i ed oreiiced. and all tho entries there
in (hall bo made with ink. Every tsuch
ljeBfa Wjrsftu Jailing-to ppmpjy4wtli
uy."of itfia 'prftvintous of this taction
tin 11 A.rAalr in u.M n'.l., u.. n. -hf
...v,. bi vnj me cum vi
laniilrr 4m. .tl..a
etc. Every person bo licensed us
nforcsail, hIi-11 during ' ortti'iary
hours of business, when requested by
ponco onieur- ui mo
city, submit; iml exhibit audi book. iu
this OTdiWtf provided for, lo.lho' an
ppection of paid major or police olliccr;
nn.I lm!lrxhihilo any pood, personal
nrnnortv. bonds, notoi or the" so- ;
ihni mav bo so left with said liccns
ikrdii. to the inspection 01
rf . . . i
.n'd mnvor or polieo olliccr, every
such licensed person refusing to sub
mit said books, goods, personal proper
(rorebofes in 'action ns aforesaid
itponYetiuwtof theinavor, or any po
ice othcer ol saiu city, shall lorlcit and
ay to tlio city of Cairo- the sum
twenty-five dollars for every such off'
Seo. 2? No person, licensed aa afore
said, shall take or receive in fawn br
tilcdi'6 for nioncv loaned, or shall
take, receive or purchase, within
the lino of business of sucl
pawnbroker, any artiolc, property or
thint; of and from any minor, or any
article, p ier(V ( thine of and from
any person, tho, ownership pf 'which
property, article or thine is In. or
claimed by, an ' minor, the said pawn
broker knowine said article property
or th itr tp bo owned or claimed by
such minor. Any poison violating any
o. citlii of tho provisions of this sec-
on. r ball, on conviction, bo nnau in a
i .ii nnr fTrppdinf nno hundred dol
1 s. and anv person so licensed .vidla-
V ig any of the provisi6ns of this; or of
a y ordinance hercal.cr passed, concer
ning pawnbrokers, shall besubjet', in
the discretion of tho mayor, to have his
Sec. 28. Every person who shall sell
or offer any goods, wares, merchindjso
or ot icr article ot value excepting iruita,
vegetables, meats, cl ckens and otner
p.oviaions lor Eale, ba. ir or exenange
at any pla:e in, upon, along or inrougn
the street?, avenues, alleys or other pub
lic places, docks and wharves, shall be
deemed a peddler.
Fec. 2"J. It shall not be lawful for any
peddler to exercise his calling within
the city without a license; and any per
son violntiiiL' this section shall be sub
ject to a penalty of not less than ten
dollars nor more than one hundred for
Sec. 30. The citv clerk is hcrobv
authorized, in his discretion, to Krant
a peddler's license, for one niountb. at a
time, to any person applying for tho
same, upon the payment of fifty dollars
as provided for in section 1 of this
ordinance: Provided, such person bo
applying shall oxecutc to tho city of
tturo a good and suftcient bond, with
ample security, to be approved by the
city clerk, m the ponal sum ot three
hundred dollars, conditioned for the
faithful observance by him of all ordin
ances ol the city, and for the paymont
of all sums of money ho may become
liable to payjyi account of any debt,
fine or penalty incurred by him at any
h'mc during the period of such license;
and further conditioned for the
payment of all liabilities he may incur
by reason of any deceit, fraud or
niisreprci-eutatiou to auy person or per
sons with whom he may dcel as such
peddler: And provided further, that
tlio city clerk shall be satisfied that the
person so applying is in all respects, a
suitable and proper persons to bo bo
licensed, and of gool moral character.
Every application ior licensc shall speci
fy tho kind mid aggregato valuo, as
near as may be, of the goods, merchan
dise or articles desired to bo peddled,
and also the mode oi conveyance of the
same, whether by cart, trunk, hack or
wagon, or otherwise ; and tho license
issued shall set forth such description
tud modo of conveyance.
aEC. .51. Licenso to peddlo books.
fruit, nuts, cakes, refreshments, or
bread, may bo grauted on payment into
me cuy treasury ot the sum or live
dollars per annum.
M;c. .VI. Any person licensed as afore.
laid, who hall be guilty of uny fraud,
;iiu;ii, inihrepres-etuniion or imposition
while ucting in such capacity, or who
shall peddle any other k'ud of goods,
mi'.-eliandic or other articles, or use
any uher mode of conveyance tliau
'.at 'pccTicd in his license shall, on
coiivieiiou thereof, be subject to a line
i not i man ten tlulla
.... i I , , ,,
irs nor more
iiin unu nuiiurea uuiiars.
C. ' IM .
.-r.. . ... i ms oruinauce Khali not
' mi eunsmicu ns to apply to
ii ji jn-inju ur pcraous coniint;
to me city irom the eountrv
...lit. i - .i . ... j
w iui learns ur oinerwis-e, wim any pro
uuvu iur iiiarkci: or to miy Person hull
ing any vegetables, Perries, or the pro-
uuuu ui uiuir own lariiis or tireuiiKus
nor liu construed to apply to the pud
ko..M. Any person who shall excr
cisc 'he vocation of a p Jdler. bv initniw
of wagon, oart, or other vehicle, shall
cause his name, tocothc- with tlm num.
her of his license, to be painted on the
outsido of his vehicle, iu lotters and
tigures not lebS than two inches
in length. Any violation of this seo
tinn shall subject the offender to u tine
oi not less man nvc dollars aud not
more than htty dollars.
bEC. :J5. No person shall
public porter in the city of Cairo for
the carriage of anv t:oods. wares or mer.
-i....i!,. " -.i.- .fr. ... it
?.".'BU' V.Vul K "T "ro
Cither With or witlinnt n 1in,wli,n-.
- - wH M MHMMVHI(
wheelbarrow, or vehicle drawn or pro
pelled by hand, without having first ob
tained a licenso for that purposo, as
hereinafter provided ; and any person
violating tho provisions of this section
shall forfeit and pay to said city a sum
not less than fivo dollars nor moro than
fifty dollars for cach'a'ud .uvcry offenso.
'Sec. 30, Licenses shall bo grauted
utider the previous section of this or
dinanco to all pertouKTorouoyear, upon
the payment ot tun dollars into tho city
treasury, and every person so licensed
shall year, while so engaged, a badge,
conspicuously displayed in front of his
'hat, can, or breast, with the words "city
porter, ' and tho number of his license
pHidly painted or engraved thereon
IU legible characters, and nvi.rv
Heonsed porter who shall neglect to
i near buuu unuge suan loricii and pav
I 1 ..t l . 1
wear suoii uaugo snail lorleit and
I in khiii fi tv n utiin nn ... im. ,i.. i
Mars nor moro than twentv-fiv dollttrs
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1871.
for caoh nnd overy day ho slnll ncglcot
to we- his badco nsabotc p.ovidcd.
Sic. 3'. All porters recused tindor
Lin's ordinance 'iffHN oo entitled to
chkreo for IhoJr su.vjccs tho sum of
twonfv-fiTO centa for each and everv
load, nnd thoy shall bo subject to the
samo regulations bo fares they nrc ap
piicablo, and to, tho sapio'ponaltieAt for
a violation Jf Hhcio T4sriiliitioW, ra hro
imposed by the section of thi.- ordi-
nonce iu relation to draymen.
8j;c. 38. It shall not be lawful for
any person to act asrunhcr for himself
or otnor person or to in any manner
solicit or ask tlie'patronageor.cuslom of
ny traveler or other person lor any
houso or hotel, steamboat, or railroad
or public convoyanco or transportation
company, at any railroad station or de
pot, steamboat landing or other place in
aid city, other than at the. houta or
or hotel, depot, station or lahding, or
tho usual place of bushes of tlie per
son, persons or company by wlipm he
hall be employed, uuless he shall first
o') aiu a licenso for that purpose as
hereinafter provided : aud every por-
son violating the provisions on this sec
tion shall forfeit and pay to the city
a sum not less than fivo dollars, nor mora
than fifty dollars for caoh and every
Skc. 39. Every licensed runne.,
when acting as such,' or soliciting
custom or patrorince. shall wear con-
imcuouslvin frorit of his hat. can or
breast, a badco with the name of the
house, road, company or line of coti-
jyancc for which ho is acting, and tho
number of his licenso plainly painted
or engraved thereon in legible charac
ters : and any person violating the pro-
vi-ions of this section shall forfeit nnd
fay to the city not less than fivo dol
ars nor more than fifty dollars for
each and every offcnsC.
Sec. 40. Every licensed runner, who
shall suffor or pormit any other person
to wear his' badge, . and every person
not lioonsed under thii ordinance, who
Iinll wear tho badge of a licensed run
. , ahallforfeit and pay to said city
nok leas than five dollars nor moro than
ifty dollars for ach and every offense.
axe. 41.. .Every rUnnorwho shall at
any time or; place, when engaged in his
employment, make use of any indecent,
prolancior boisteroui language, or bo
guilty ol loud talking, hallooing, or any
disorderly conduct, or Bhall vex, dis
turb, or importuno strangers, travelers,
or cUiieus, or shall be guilty of any
fraud, cheat, misrepresentation or im
position or shall refuse to observe and
obey any order or directions of the inay-o.-,
city marshal, or any polico consta
ble or conservator of the peaco of eaid
city, which may bo given for the pres
ervation of good order, and for tho con
veuienco of the public, at any railroad
station, or depot, or steamboat or other
landing, shall forfeit and pay to the city
a sum not less than five dollars nor
more than fifty dollars for each and
every offense, and tho magistrate before
whom tho conviction is had may, in his
discretion, enter up aa a part of the
judgement, the forfeituro of his license.
Skc. 42. Licenses shall bo granted
to steamboat and railroad runners on the
payment of an amount at the rate of
oue hundred dollars for one year : and
licenses shall also, bei nrnnted hotel run
ners at fifty dollars p'crauuum iprovid
e(Z,that tho hotel proprietor may tako
outthc license and provided, a ho, that
the name of such runner employed by
the hotel be inserted in the liconso,
and the samo bo transferable from one
runner to another upon application to
tho oily' clerk; and jrorted further,
that all runners shall givo bond in the
sum of five hundred dollars conditioned
for tho faithful performance of their
duties as such runners.
And.providod also, that in nil cases
where tho hotel proprietor, nhnll'have ta
ken out the license, aud such hotel
hall employ two or moro runnors, who
shall each bo on duty a certain number
of hours during the twenty-four hours,
the uamcot such two or more runners
may be inserted iu such licenso, pro-
Tided that not more than one of such
runners shall uso the same lioenso
during the samo hours.
SALOON (1R0CEKIBS, T.TC.
Shu. 43. It shall not be lawful for
any person ot porsous to keep a beer-
mop, saloon, room or other place for
the retailing of vinious, spirituous or
iermunted liquors iu less quantities than
one guiion, without urst having obtain-
-.11! . , A , J?
en uccuto mcroinr as nereinalter men-
tioned, und any pewon who shall sell
or Darter, any various, spirituous or fur.
mentcd liquors in a less quantity thau
one callon. without having firnl nht.iin.
eu license mcrutor irom tho city, shall
ioricn anu pay a nne ot not ees than
ten uouars, nor more thau fifty dollars
mi vatin nu every onenso.
-tm. j. no pruuur oinuer nr tiu
i . ... 'ii... . rr a
city may, iu their discretion, grant u
liceiue to retail vinous, spirited or fur-
uisDiuu liquor to any person or persons
wi.ii may ppij meroior, upon tho an
tt'n,tt ni:...l.. Cll ....
r.v....v u. uiJiivMiua uiung a petition in
TTnung, setting torth the particular lot
b ook and building intendod to be oc
cupicd by him or thtm for that pur
pose and producing the treasurcr'i
i.eeiin iur me proper amount to be
nfi.,a ii....:.i.. " , m 01 nve "ul dItd
,...., iii um.uu uamages. cond t n,A
y. to keep a quiet and ord'orlv house ,M
tO OlwrW all la a f .!.! I... '.
-.. .- . mis stats, and or
dinanecs of h. oity council, regulat
mg the ratailing of Tinous, spirftuoui
or urmented liquors.
bio. 4 a. Licenses to sell and rotail
vinous, spirituous or fermented Honors
in n loan Mnaii.Uv 1. ' . .
-i- "'-y . ou' Ka"oii,witii
in the luniLs of the city, may be grant
.u.iij puu Vl peruons upon th
payment into tho city treasury of th
Kinn nf etna lintwtrn JAll
..v.- uu.mrs, ior one
ycar. or the sum of seventy-firo dollars
ior six raouiuit, or ior any time exceed
ing six monins ana less than on
year in addition to said sum of seventy
ure uoiiare, me lurthcrsum of'fiye dol
jsra lorcacn month or part of a month
excess ol six months, provided, such
person or persons snail comply with
an otuecr requirements of the
orumanccs oi me city in refer
once to grocery licenses: and pro
Tided, also, that ul! crocerv. unlnn,,
and beer shop licenses hcreuller issued
shall expire cither on tho first day of
January or on tho first day of July.
Sec. 4(1, Evcryliccnsogranlcd undur
tho preceding section of this ordinance
shall be granted for tho term of not
more than ono year, and shall designate
the lot aud block, nnd paiticulaily tho
house or room whoicin such licciscd
person or pcrsqiitl shall excrcko his or
their employment, and shall not bo as
signable, nlthoiigh on application to tho
city clerk, ana the applicants entering
into a new bond, license may bo trans
ferred to another houso or different lo
cality of the city.
bEC. Ii. it nny retailer of vinous,-
spirituous or fertnetnd liquors, his
agent, clerk or other p. son, shall keep
open any grocery, saloon, shop, store or
...i ..i. r i. ....:.. . o
uinur i'iulu'ui uu-iniusn uu ouuuuy, iur
the purpose of retailing vinous, spirit
uous or fermented liquors on that day,
or shall rotail or givo away any vinous,
spirituous aud fermented liquors on
that day, ho shall forfeit and pay to the
city of Cairo a sum not less than fifteen
dollars nor moro tlmu fifty dollars for
each and cvory offonto.
Sec. 48. Whenever the mayor of
the city shall bo of tho opinion that it
is necessary and proper that groceries
and places whero vinous, spiritous and
fermented liquors arc sold, should be
closed and tho sale of such liquors pro
hibited, ho shall issue his proclamation
irequiring all persons to close their
groceries and abstain from tlio salo of
such liquors, designating tho time dur
ing which suh groceries shall be clos
ed and the en of such liquors prohibit
ed, and dur ig such time it shall not bo
lawful for auy person to soil, bartor or
givc.awt y such liquors in any quantity
whatever; and overy person who shall
violate the provisions of this section
shall forfeit and pay to the city a sum
not less than fifty dollars nor moro than
two hundred dollars forcach and overy
SHOWS, Tlir.ATHKS, ETC.
Sec. 41). No person shall get up,
exhibit or maintain auy theatre, circus,
com ert, museum, largo tuvcliug show
or any other performance, exhibition
or cntortainmont, witlrn the limits of
the city, without having first obtained
a licenso therefor ; and evory person
who shall set up any theatre, circus,
muscu., largo traveling show, or other
similar performance, exhibition, or en
tertainment, without being first licens
ed therounto, shall forfeit and pay to
tho city a ui not less than ten dol
lars nor exceeding i ic 1 judrcd dollars
for each and every o' ense.
Seo. 50, No o" 0. i grinder shall be
allowed to perform, aud no exhibitor
of stereoscopic or panoramic piclurcs
shall bo allowed to exhibit on the
streets, or within tho limits of the city,
without first obtaining a licenso there
unto aa hercaf.cr provided ; and any
such pcrsoa exhibiting or performing,
shall lorleit and pay a line
of not less than three dollars nor moro
than twenty dollars, for each and eve- y
Sec. 51: The license for every cir
cus aud side show shall bo fifty dollars;
for every concert, ten dollars ; for cvory
other temporary show, performance, ex
hibition or entertainment, Buch as mu
seums and panoramas, five dollars, for
everyday so performing or exhibiting
in tho city ol Cairo; nnd every nrgau
grinder aud exhibitor of stereoscopic
or pauoramio views, performing or ex
hibiting in the ciiy, shall pay the sum
of two dollars into the city treasury for
every day ho may so exhibit or per
form, Tho license for a theatre or
other such placo of amusement shall be
fixed by tho city council convened in
joint session, on application of the
proprietor of such intended place of
amusement; a bond, however, the
amount of which said council may fix,
being required, that such theatre or
placo ot amusement shall bo kopt in an
rdcrly manner: Provided, that lec
tures on scientific, historical, or liter
ary subjects, or exhibitions or musical
parties and concerts given or made by
tho citizens of the city for charitable,
religious or benevolent purposes, need
not bo licoiieed.
TRAVKMNU VENHEIIS OF MEDICINES
Sec. 52. Every traveling vender of
mcdiciucs and recipes, who shall, with-
n the city ol Cairo, tako up his tem
porary abode for tho purpose of procur-
a sale ot nitch medicines or recipes,
shall pay a license of twenty-five dol
lars per day. and in case ot
neglect to ocuru such license, shall
lorleit and pay fur the uso of
the city a sum not less than twenty-
Uvo nor moro than fifty dollars for each
aim uvcry oiiense,
Sec. 53. Jiiccnt-e mav hn . irunt,l
to wharf-boats to transact thereon
storage, warchoubo, re-shiping and for-
warning nuHincss within the limits of
mo city ot v. airo, upon payment by tho
owners or proprietors thereof into tho
city treasury ot tlio sum of fivo uuu
drcd dollars per annum r,,r ..,.i.
1 n . ' -uwi UUU
ovo'Y wharr-beat lying llt or occupying
tho landing , the city, ,md engaged in
mo uusiucss utoresaid.ho Ubcd by him
Sec. 51. Kyery person, co-partner-
oM.ji ui fjuiauus, or oouy
-..-.-ei v,u ,j,b ur possessing any
boat, vessel, float, dock, wharf-boat or
Or othor uirnniiirn unit...i . .. ,
... .. luauuucii, moorcu or
.iiiuuoreuou me waters ot the Ohio or
Mibissippi rivers within thn lim.tu ni,
said city, thoir age.ts or servants, who
shall rcccivo or fo,t Md,or store, or ro
ship.for hire or rera d.any goods.warcs,
or incrchandisc, on MId boat, vessel
linn (IfinL- tfii.(M.i . . .1 '
turn ultnll tin i, ,
-V guuiy ot a vio-
Iation of this ordinance, nnd shall for
feit and pay to and for tlio uso of said
city a sum not less than fifty dollars
(col)) nor moro than mm l,i,,,,i..i ,ii
lars (100) for each aud every day thoy
arc so engngod iu carrying on the
wharf-boat business aforesaid u-!tl,n,,i n
license: Provided, tho provisions of
... .uruKuing buction snail not apply to
steamboats, flat-boats or other vessels
used for navigatitig tho Ohio and Miss-
lasippi rivers, engaged iu receiving und
J31.C f,a. It shall uot bo lawful for
any boat or ve,ssel,float,dock, or wharf-
Mwm, tu wv nuiiioncu, moored or nn
chored, on, ntor near to tho shoro of
cither the Ohio or Mississippi rivers,
within tho limits of tho city of Cairo.
(ho purposo of kconinir
n .. a. A 1
iij luvuni, nuiui or grocery, rcccivo
monoy for the entertainment nt r-nnuta
or boardors, or to vend or to sell any
spirituous, vinous or fermenfed liquors,
or tiny produce, goods, wares, merchan
dise, boat stores, meats or provisions,
and every person, co-partnership of per
sons 6r body corporato. who shall vio
late tho provisions of this section, shall
forfeit and pay to and for tho uso of tho
city a, sum not less than ten dollars nor
mor6..fhai. onq hundred dollara'fpr each
and every offense. '
Sec 50. It'shall not bo lawful for
any person or persons to keep a tavern,
for tho purposo of furnishing board and
lodgings to travelers or transient custo
mers, or to keen an ordinary or publio
eating houso, without having first ob
tained a licenso for that purposo,
as hereinafter provided ; and
every person or persons
violating the provisions of this seotion.
shall forfeit and pay to tho city of
Cairo a sum not less than ten dollars
nor moro than ono huudrcd dollars.
bEC. a., flio proper officers of tho
city may, iu their discretion, grant a
license to keep n tavern or ordinary
public eating houso, upon tho opplicant
or applicants paying into tlio city treas
ury the sum of ton dollars for ono year ;
provided that everv tavern licensn nhnll
designato the lot aud block on which
such tavern is located.
Sec. 58. The provisions of tactions
five and six of this ordinanco shall not
apply to peddlers' licenses, traveling
venders' licenses, licenses; for theatrical
or other exhibitions, or to saloon, lto-
eery Or beer shop licenses.
This upcrb IlRlr Dye is the hst iTnWoRto
IVrtectly Harmless, Kcllable nnd Inptlmnteous.
No disappointment. No Ridiculous Tints or Un
pleasant uuor. Tlio senulns W. A. Uachclor'a
Hair Dye produces IMMEDIATELY a aplendld
Mack or natur-il Hrnun. linen tint Minn, il.o
Skin, but learontlie II Mr Clean, 80 ft and Heatitl.
iui. 1110 oniy naie iuu i'rrieci 11 e.
Hold ly all driigiitn. Factory 10 Ilond Street,
New York. lanylideodaolT
Essay for Young Men, on great Social Evils
nnd Abiues, which interfere with Marriage, and
ruin the happiness ol thousands, with cure
means of relief for tuo Erring and Unfotunsie,
diseacil and debilitated. Hint in scaled letter
envelopes, free ol charge. Address, HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, No.S. Ninth ilreet, Philadel
phia, Ki. septdwSm
ITS CUKE AND 1T3 PREVENTIVE
BY DR. J. II. SUIIENCK, M. 1).
Mnnynliuman bcinit has passed away for whose
death them was no other reason than tho neglect
ur known and Indisputably proven means of cure.
Thusu near ana dear to lanillr and friends aro
sleeping tho dreamless alumbur into which, had
DR. JOSEPH II. Hrnr.NCK'HHIMPLB
nnd nvalled themselves of his wondarfnllrefflca
cloua medicine', thoy would not have fallen.
Dr. hchenck bus In his own oue proved that
wherever suWclcnt vitality remains, that vital,
tty, by his medicines and bis directions (ur their
usc.ii ijmcKcneu inui neiiitiuui viKor.
in iuin auitement tnoru is noininil
tuous. Tu tlio fulth of tho Invuhil T
representation that Is not a thousand times sab.
simulated by Iivlnir and visible works. Tho
theory of tho euro by Ur. Schcnck'a rovdlrlnc
Is us slmplu us It Is unfalimir. Its philosophy re
quires nu argument. ltliuLf-uiurltn;, stlf-con-
'J'be ca.wood Tnnleftnd Mandrake Pills aro tha
1 is inium n'j
C-st two weupona Willi whku tho citadel of tha
malady is audited. Two thirds of tho cases ot
consumption urUlnatu in tlrspeptlaand a func
tionally disordered liver. With this condition
the bronchial tubes "sympathise" with tho
riomitcn. 'iney resjmna to tnu mominc action
f the liver. Ilcre then comes tho culminating
result, und the settles In, with ail IU distress,
lug symptoms uf
The Usndrake rills aro composed of nne of ft a.
tnro'a noblest kltu-tlio I'odopblllum l'oltatuni.
They ikhicss all the blood-iearchlng, alterative
(Tupertlcs ot calomel, but, unlike caluiuel, they
" LEAVE NO STING OEniNO."
The work of euro Is now teclnnlnr. The vltla.
ted and mucous deposits In the bowels and la the
alimentary canal aro ejected. Tho liver, like
a clock. Is wound up. It arouses from its torpid
ity. Tho stomach acts responslvtly, and the
patient begins tu reel that lie Is getting, at last,
A SUPPLY OF GOOD ULOOO.
.Tho Bea.weod Tonic, In conjunction with the)
Pills, permeates und assimilates with tha food.
ChyliOcatlon la now proKressInx without Its pre
vious tortures. DlKestlon becomes painless, and
tho euro Is seen to be ut hand. There Is no more
Uatulenco, no exscvrbutlon ot tho stomach. Au
appetite sets In.
Plren byun Indulgent father to suffering man.
chenck's Pulmonlo Uyruuoomes in to perforin
i.u ujuici mo Knuu'ii moon i uriyqr btct tcs
Its functions nnd to hasten and coinpfctu Uio
cure. It enters at once apon Its work. Naturo
tn not bo cheated. It collects and ripens tho
Impaired and diseased portions of tlio. lunis.
jniiiu loruiux Kumerinits, it prepares snem ior
rtpectoratlon, and lot In a very short time tho
malady is vanquished, tho rotten throne that It
occupied is renuvated and made new. and tho
patient, tn all thn dignity of regained vlgor.stepa
forth to enjoy tho loaubood or womanhood that
OIVEN UP AH 1.0ST.
Tho second thing Is, tho patients must stay In a
warm room until they gut well; It Is almost 1m
(Hisslblo to proront taklnir cold when tbe lungs
are diseased, but It must be prevented or a euro
can not tt effected. Fresh nlr and riding out,
especially In this soctlon of tho country, in tho
fall and winter season, nro all wrong. Physi
cians who recommend trial course lose their pa
tients. If thnlr lungs aro budly dlscasodi and yet.
because they aro In the houso tbey must not
sit down quiet thoy roust walk about the room
as much und us fast aa the strength will bear, to
get up a good circulation of blood. Tho patients
must keep In gooo spirits De determined tu get
well, 'i bis has a great deal tu du with tho ppe-
Tu despair of euro after audi evidence of Ita
possibility In tho worst cases, and morel cer
tainty in all others, Is sinful. Dr.Hehenck'a per
sonalstatcment to thu Faculty of his own euro
was In these modest words i . ,
"Many yean ago I was In the tut stages of
consumption 1 couflnod to my bed, and stt nno
time my physicians thought that I could not Uvo
a weckt then, like a druwnlng man catching at
straws, t heard nf and obtulued the preparations
which I now offer to the public, and thoy mads
a perfect euro of me. It seemed to me that I
lit, and Is thn irrent tmlnt tn cnln.
could feel theui penotrate my whole system.
Thoy soon rtenea tno matter in
1 amiM anlt tin mora than a litr
mi Innffi. and
yellow matter every morning tot a long time.
pint uf offensive
a ..Mtn h. tiiKL txwftn tii aubslde. mr ooneh.i
fever, pains, and night sweats all began to leavo
mo. ami my appetite became ao great that It was
with difficulty that I could keep Irom eating too
much. I soon gained my fUenglh, and have
grown In flesh ever since.
"I was weighed iabortly after-my recovery ,"
added tho Doctor, " then looking like a mere
mundsi my present weight la two hundred and
twenty. nve (ajj puunus, win iur jvatm s uho u
Joyod unlnternipted health." ...
llr.Hchonck has discontinued hi professional
visits to Now. York and lloston. He or his sun,
Dr. J. II. Hehonck, Jrn etlll continue to see pa
tients at their ufuco. Nu. 1 North Sixth Jitreot,
Philadelphia. overy Saturday fromS A.st.toSP.il.
Those who wUh h thorough ealnapB. with
the llcaplrometer will bo charged . The Itea
plrometcr doelares the exact windtllonuf the
lungs, and patient cuu readily leafu whether
they aro cuniblu or not. ... ...
The directions for taking lb medle net are
adapted to tho Intelligence even of a child, rcil
low those directions, and kind Naturo will do the
rost. excepting that tn some, eases the Mandrake
l'llls aro to Co taken in Increased doses I the
thrco medicines need no other accompaniments
than tlm umplo Instructions that acoompany
themt First cronto apiictlto. Ot returning
health, liungor Is tho most welcomo symptom.
When It comes, as It will come, let the despair
ing al unco bo ot good cheer, Mood blood at onco
follows, tho ooiigli loosens, the nliiht sweat Is
abated. In a short time buUt of tbcto morbid
symptoms aro gono forever.
Dr. Sclienck's medicines aro constantly kept In
tens of thousands nt families. As a laxative or
purgative, the Mandrake Pills aro a standard pre
paration 1 while thu Pulmonlo Hrrun. as a euro
of coughs und colds, may bo regarded aa a pro.
phyluclerio ugulust consumption. In any of its
Prlco of tho Pulmonlo Syrup and Boa-weod
Tonic, Slifl a bottle, or TJ0 half dosen. .Man.
irako Pllla, ii oouis a box. or sain by aU drug-
iri.Aiin.iAr.iHnAil. nronrititors of tho D&ILVand
WimLY lU'LLtTiN, hvo Just received an nssort
mt oMl.e l"e styles' of Job Printing types,
and liavo now oim of tlio moat complete job olllcei
i i !. Hnntti nnd West. They fliutor thomse ves
mat thev t)ososn fucilltlin . for turning out
...nmniif in ilia best stvle ol the Art. n 1 work
entrusted to them, from the smallest card or
hibel to tho mammoth poster, and at prices
which leavo vrnn our ousiness men nogooiicx.
U to lor aeuuing intir woik 1001. i.uium, v;incin
VUICOKU ifllVi LI. UU1.1I111 P. Wl
, 8,A.M yr I L S.O N ,
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Ohio Lcvxr, :::::: Cairo, III.
q.( WILLIAMSON. r
No. 7 Ohio Iieyte,
CAIRO, I L 1. 1 N C I n.
STSpeclal attention riven to Constwrnasiita
and filling orders.
JOHN A. KOEHLER,
Manuloctnrer ol all kinds of
RIFLES AND PISTOLSi
KEYS MADE TO 6RDER.
All Kltsda t Warlt una Kepalriss;
Commercial-a v., a Pkw Doors Hklow
PowJer, Shot, Cap and' all aort ot Cartrlilgea
constantly on hand. spUtf
B. S. IIARRKLL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISUINO OOOD3
. BAR FIXTURES,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
WIHB AMD IJUCOUa- .
WM. II. SCII UTTER,
Importer Rud Wholeaale Ilenler 1st
TOBACCO &c CIGARS.
Agent fur thd-pelt brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Ale or Ilirerrnt UIbb.
75 Ohio Levek,
If CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
F. M. STOOKFLETlf, ,
vcBssoa reaia a iTocariaTii j
liUctirer msI Whalrale Brule- ss
Vrelau atl Dotmetttle
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Levee,
Hrain iririti IIdck,
CtiaO, 1 LLINOI3.
TTK keeps on hand constantly a full stock of
jjluiii neniucay uouruon, live anu jionoui(-
neia yvnisaies, rrenen uranuiea, iiouauu um,
Hhineacd California Wines. )in3utf .
KKAL, ENTATB AtiENT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (SECOND 1'l.OOIt) OHIO LKVKE, '
caiho, ills., '
Boy and Sell Real Estate;
PAY TAXES, '
FURNISH ABSTRAOTSlOF TITLE
Ai I prepare Conveyances of Kinds.
IBI MIGIIANT TICKETS.
IMMIGRANT1 TICKETS i
FOR SALE, For Sale ( FOR SALE!
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FOR SALE. J KMBaJelFOR SALEi
Fare from Liverpool,
Faro from" Lovscndi!rrt
Faro from Qlaboow, i
Faro from Queenbtown
TO CAIRO, t : : t : : : t MB. 3 0
Hallo rd, Horns A Can . Agent.
Liverpool New-Tork ahd'Phlladflnlda
VIDia CONTIACT WITH l',MTID STlTsgD IIITISH
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FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
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APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, AqtI,
15 Broadway, New-York, or to
Waihinutou Avenue, Cairo lllnois. Cl
W. II. MORRIS, rAKB
Notary Public, No. Pub. andU. 8, Cos..
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SAFFORD.i MORRIS A CANDEE,
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Asset ...........-......$!. U4.S1S
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HANOVER, ST. T.,
Asset - .TM,SCS
REPUBLIC, N. T.,
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Comprising the Underwriters' Af ency,
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liarTnannnt SMurltv will warrant.
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snare oi tneir patronaf e.
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