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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, ERIDAYSEFTEMBER 16, 1871.
JSTBAMKll A. UAKKtt. ,djgg
Cairo ruid Capo Girardeau
J. II. 1IAV, Jin""'
d,X.,n'1 m'iSimMmu oVery Wednesday an
THE STEAM T.UGCACJIE
. Cai-t. "iVili.iam ,'If. ( Sani-us ri
.FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
root or iianrit start!.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 5 r.M.
Leave Md. City,
At i.V.8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 A.M.
At 2.30 r.M.
At C.30 r.M.
"WILL LAND. AV1IKN HAILED,
nor factory, n.iwit'n landing, ky,
MOUTll Or CACHE, MARINE WAYC,
. AMD NAVY YAM).
upou tlicirlegixlnturc, as n body, roving
from its legitimate location fo hold so.
moms iu Chicago or any other pl.v;c.
The question of iho removal ot tlio
capital was finally filled last printer.
With thatsulyccl ?ct at rest, nil sessions
of the legislat"0 should to hold. in the
capital of the dfnU'.nnd the folly ofhol-
dine mere make-believe fessions in any
nnd all other places nl the expense ol
... .i,,tt- jiiniointitlv tiixed population
nu i.-.s-j m--.- j i i
r,.r 1oLiiiniato purposes, should be
v - -r
frowned down effectually.
CAIRO CITV COAL
Is prepared ' Ul,lv customer vtilli Hie best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OIlDEIl left t Ilalli.lny llros, office, TO OHIO'
LEVEE, or ftl the foal Yard Mow the tit.
Cnsrles HoU I, will receive prompt Attention.
THE TL'O .MuNTAUK will Iriqijcoal along
side steamers nt any hour. oe'JStf
head im atkaoext.
C. WINSTON k CO.,
HEALa 32STATE AGENTS
.71 (SECOND I'LOOIt) OI110 LEVEE,
. . , . . .CAllll), ILLS.,
JJUY AND SEI.I. RAI. ESTATE,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OK TITLE
Ai I prepare Coin oynnce of Knid.
Tho Now York lleaUl defines Butlor'a
nosilion as follows: General Uutlof coos
lor General Grant, but Is dead against Mr.
Ureclv. ho coos for tho administration nt
Washington, but is dead against tho
administration at Doitonj lie goes for the
Massachnsotts Liquor law, but is opposcu
to iu oniorcomcnt: no cum vines news'
nnnor editors: liu ta rnnoscd to a course o
nnrannnl warfare ni'ftlnit liiinse'f, but ho
ilolli'liU in ntinlvini' tho tomaliuwk and
f calping knlfu to Ills accusers. Ho goes about
like a wiring lion loekirg whom lie may
i jvour. but Ho it hlmsell dovnured, as ho
conrojses, at every stopping place, by th
"bloodhounds lot looso upon his trial.
Iln foM for labor reform and women s
rights, out and out, and ho is going to run
tr.r linvnrnnr anvhnW. Wo llOPO ho Will
dick to this resoiutlon, for tho old fogies
of the republican party of -Massachusetts
.-. itntiiiiif rtttiv nnu jjii ivisi'wu
imperious, and a thorough stirring up will
do them goon.
murdered for five cents.
(From tlio New-York Standard, Sept. Ilh.)
AVcst Fortieth strcot, noar Nincth a von
iii. wan on Wednesday ovonlnc tuo scono
nf which nnralmonv on ono sido and pas
sion on tno other were tho cauio and in
which a man lost his life for Tve cents.
The facts are, John Jlydor, a Joiner, rrsld.
ing at No. 95- First nvonuo. and working
on a now building on Nlneth aronuo, near
I'ortv-hTtn street. uuu uu u y
lomu from work went into tho lager beer
aloon of Valentino Kissol, No. o3t "Wost
'orticlh ftreet, and drank a glass of beer,
d walked out without paying. 110 was
owed by Kisso), who asked aim to pay
e ilvo cents, llvdor said ho would pay
Saturday, but Kissel insisted that no
should nay then and there. Rydor had n
saw under his arm, and this ho drew and
struck Kissel a powerful blow on the back
tho nekc, tlio sharp points uutting into
tho baso of tho skull and touching tho
brain. Kissol fell to tho ground, and roll-
d and irroancd as if dying, lio was car
ried Into his rcsidenco and a surgeon was
summoned, who dressed tho wound. Ity-
der was arrested bv Officer Divlno, and
was taken to Jefferson Market yostcrday
BFeiday Moii.vino, Beit. 15, 1871.
IOHN H. OUEUI.V. Eiiitmi m l'fi:i iniii.
OllDINANCi: NO. P.
I.V RELATION TO TIIK JAtL AND JAILER.
Uo it ordalnod by y Councl1 of 1,10
City of Cairo.
Skc 1. Tho building oreclcd on lot I I,
In block 48. city of Cairo, owned by tlio
city, shall bo tho city Jail, and such per
ron as mav have bcon or hereafter bo ap
pointed by tho city council, in Joint Ses
lnn convened shall havo tlio chnme. cus
tody and kceplnc cf said citv lail and of
ail prisoners in such lull, nnd bo tho city
Jailer, and as such shall havo tho use and
occupation tor ills own litmiiT uuripg hp
continuanco in officb, of tho roiiWs' com
prising tho jailor's apartments, in tlio Jail
building, for tho purposo of rcarrost of
any scaped prisoner ho shall be and here
by is In vdstcd With nil the powers of a po
Ilea constable., . (
i Seo. 3. It shall be tho duty of tho city
Jallor to Teeolvo froth any Of tho oity of
ficers; and cohfino in said Jail, all persons
who shall be.approhendcd by sucholllccrs,
or who shall be committed to such jail by
any competent authority, until duchnrgeu
ltv ilnn rntirinnf law.
Sec. 3. AVhcnever an v person cointiiit-
tml tn tlin rllv lull U iniiiblo to buv or pro
euro nccessarv ibod and drink, tho'olty jail
er, undor tho direction or tho jail com
nilttce. ahall provide such prisoner with
the samo, for which ho shall bo allowed n
compensation as hereinafter provided.
And if, from Inclcmcy of tho weather, tho
sieknossot tho prisoner, or oiuorcniisu, mu
city Jailer shall bo of opltioln that addition
al cloths or boddlng oro necesparv for
such prlsonor, and such prieonor shall bo
unable to obtaln or procuro the same, tho
said city Jailor, undor like direction, shall
furnish tho anmo, nnd bo paid therefor out
of tho city treasury.
See. 4. Tho said fatter shall bo allowed
to demand and reccivo as a feo for receiv
ing oaoh prisoner, fifty cents, and for
discharging each prisoner, It fly cents, nnd
soventy-firo conls por day as board for
oncl, niul nvnrv dnv )io furnishes suid
nrlionnrs with irood. but plain and whole-
somo food and drink, and tho pollco magis
tral is heroby nuthorized to mako it a
part of his Judgment, in all cases, that tho
prisonorshall be fed on bread and water
Sec. C. It shall bo tho duty of tho city
jailer to furnish to tho city council con
vened in joint session at cacu siaieu incom
ing, on thu first Alonday of each month n
list of tho prisoners received and dis-
TtllM III' TIIK Paii.i IUllitin:
(i. yet, cy ttapt't. -r. 'i"
L'na.5eriV tUht-,aialMiv ...; to i
M -i.otlltl by l..ail, "b
Tli.-ej iromln 11 Ul
S x mnutha 4 'lb
i i year, t Do
Jtii .bfltnit jmperi'J .warrf iti nn l of Ihirtty oj
(juro; ontyiwrning Jii'v tn Stjnlfarrt HUwi!
tpnkm on uU tulijieti oj intent! U tht I'tMte ;
mlk alarg e and ncrtatvi etrruUlum, tlir Unlit
tin tohnli tht fmlntna, ;e ul mliUtjad itiltrt awl
tftterpruinj byttKOia rntn.
THE POLLAIt WEEKLY Ill'LLETIN.
John II. Obrrly i Co. nao rcduci-d thi nib
Kini'tton priCM of the Weekly Umro llulli-ti to
Out Ij$kr pt rtnnMi. maliinK it tho tiii spvrt a
pcrpoUlihl liiBouthcrn Illinois.
morning, and was locked up to await tho
rrsult of Kissel's injuries. Dr. Cuss, of
Thirtv-scvonth etrcot, sent a noto to court
stating that ho bad attended Kissel una
had no hopo of his recovery.
Tho Alexandria (Va.) Gazette tolls this
storv: "A man nameu ueorgo 'iroupo
has just made as decided a failuro in nn
attempt to play the part of Elijah as was
ever mado before. Thirteen days ago,
when Mr. James Atkinson reopened jus
wheelwright shop, lie told Troupe, who
hud been lvmg wun mm lor mo lasi
twenty years, that he wanted him to go to
work again; but Troupe responded that he
had promised tho Lord not to work for
man any more, and Hint tho Lord had
promised to provide for him; and, dressing
himself in tho clothes ho usually wore on
Sunday, bid .Mr. Atkinson's family good
by, anil walked away, taking with him,
liowever. iiothinL' except tho clothes upon
his person. Krom thU time nothing was
hoard from him until late yesterday ovc
uing, when a grave-digger named Waddy
informed Mr. Atkinson that ho had found
him lying in tliu l'robyterum burying
ground, Unrved almost to death, nnd so
we.ik that hcconld not crawl to tlio spring.
.Mr. A. at once went to his relief and
brought him back attain to his house, and
under tho kind and attentive treatment
he is receiving thuroho will probably soon
recover hi Hrongth. llu had been where
he h tn found fur the last twelve days,
during which time ho had eaten two pea
ches and a pear, hut tho crows, though
they flow over him regular'' every mor
ning and evening, noveroncu brought him
any bread or flesh.
For President, 1872,
JAMES It. EOOLITTLE,
Subject to the decision the national dem
(The New York oiMonHimator Pooliltle,
"His record is so consistent und untar
ntihtd that it may be likened to a straight
line drawn across a pu::leu clear beam,
unscerrel by the jlnctuatinij atmoyihere
of American ;i6ic., through the vait
frvma fpc hjfitnitor Wif. ,w,iCre.l nt Dt
trwl, vi lv.
"Luluaavl by tlieHoillliuiCamillUH .rohoHl to
Uiy tho pcopl.. of I.Mlm,, Kfur tlu.y ',. rt
0 llU ajjam-t Homo bihI ha.l tn luit donnby
llia i,rii)ir ol that pocr. Wliwi Uih nn,.i.iuii
ne in the fcnate : 'IVInt t-hall be ,oi- with
Mt um and thcpfoplof I,itnunv Ihfiem-re
mme eta then.- hu shouted: ' i .inli.eate their
""ptrty; ink,thein luviu." -Ihere n. huw
Xx,fli V1'" M"u1,1 h'"" '"aJe thin)
iriS.h ?t eir"M," h.luu'"- "'" Cl"nllin, wtlo.M
") . .t'na,0, M in make lhem felUm-
Li?.'iJ ;H n'St tbey'h,,,,, hud ,Uutiw
i uVleA,.. ,L u" i "Hve renimul i itur
S 10 ,h un""' and the tin,;, make the
dJ ,i J'""1''" ' " -(,!, ten.', and tlm
u o u.e i..,,raiiinlurvif the imtion."
THE IIONAI'AUT MARRIAOE.
trrorn Ihe NewKirt Mercury, tfopt.
.named in mi. city, on inursuay
"pi preient nidications, it apiears
that thi State leyislaturu may find a way
out of an emLarrassint; ptwitiou. a way
attributable to an ovcright iu tlio reso
lution to adjourn at the hot cession.
A resolution was paeeed by the House
Mccpting tho invitation to hold a BCB.
n in Chicago and adjourning to meet
l r. iy 1 1,0 Scssiou Wtts lost
actuate, upoj whidi butli
asMuu-Ho the followinK:
her ??, !J.". CUI'K
Mil .Ojou ,, !, , April 17&
perdieui or eoinVfcllKaU(Jli;. u uo nn
Iu this, it will bo observed.
tiouiimado of a purno-e t .,.. :..
Chicago, though it is held by no in
considerable number of the lueiiiW
of tho nesouihly that the legislature
meant to adjourn to meet there, lint
since it does not tay go. the assembly
niiiK last, at St Clary's clitirch, by ltov
Philip Grace, assisted by Ituv. .Messrs
Pinnegnn and lluchs, Colonel Jeromo
aiioleon lionapart, of Paris, France, and
.urs. uaroiino i.eriiy J-.ugar, ot this city.
it was tho wish of tho parties interested
that the ceremonies incident to till" occa
sion should ho m privatu as possible, but
tins could Hardly havo been expected,
tinuur me circumstances, and u largo num
ber were present,
lly special dispensation from tlio Arch
bishop rather Grace was empowed to
unite thchuppy couple, Charles lionupurte,
in Duiuiiiure, uroiiiercl tliu groom, anu
Julia p. Artnsteadt, sister of tho bride, be
ing wilnih.ius, the liride being giveu by
ir. aiipiuinii, nor uncle.
Colonel iiniiaparto is a ton of Jermo
llonnimrte. Jr.. of ilnlliuiore. and iirund
son of .leninio ISomtpurto, brother of Em
peror Napoleon llnnnpartc. lie wa edu
cated at Veit Point, and soon after urad
uatiiig wont to Paris at tlio solicitation of
NiiiMileon III., and wua n mrtndcr of bis
family up to tho time ul the lata revolt!
lion. Colonel llonaparto was held in the
highest esteem by tho emperor, who saw
iu his American cousin all tho attributes
of a hlejhtoncd gentleman.
Mrs. Edear is tho widow of Mr. Now
bold Edgar, who died in WJ whilo visit
ing Enrouo. Shu is the daughter of tho
late Samuel Appleton, u prominent mer
chant of lloston, and granddaughter of
tliu latu Daniel Wobstor. Sho is a lady
of flue attainments, beautiful in appoar
anco and sweet disposition, and compe
tent to fill tho highest station in woman's
charged, and of thn extra supplies fur
nished thom slnco tho provlous stated meet
ing, and in dofault of furnishing said list,
tho said jailer shall not bo entitled to re
ccivo any fee for his services as jailer du
ring said month.
Sec. G. All fees forcommlttinc or releas
ing any prlioner, and all sums expended
for drink or food, shall be collected of tho
porson committed, and shall form a part
of tho cost or. judgmont against tho same,
on conviction of tho offense for which
such porson was committed. If tho person
convicted bo unablo to pay tho amount
expended for food and drink as above, tho
fees therefor shall bo paid to thojallcr by
tho city, but in no ovent shall the other
.ail fees bo paid bv the citv.
sec. .7. At uny porson sunn attempt to
aid tho escapo of any prisoner from tho
city jail, by furnishing tho prlsonor with
any instrument or other thing, tho samo
shall forfoit and pay for tho uso of tho
city a sum not less than twenty dollars,
nor moro than ono hundred dollars.
Sec. 8. Evory porson upon whom any
fine cr penalty has boon or shall hereafter
bo imposed under any of tho city ordin
ances, and who shall havo boon or shall
hereafter bo committed to tho city jail,
in default of tho payment of said tine or
penalty nnd costs, shall bo required to
work and labor upon tho strcols and nven
ues of tho city during tho term of his
imprisonment, provided such labor is
mado a part of too judgment of tho court
committing him; and tho city jailer is
horeby authorized, empowered and instruc
ted to rciuiro every such porson to work
and labor for such porlod during oachday
as ho may deem cxpcuiont, not exceeding
twelvo hours in any ono day, in cutting
out and removing tho stumps, cutting
down tho weeds and cutting up tho logs
in tho streets and 'avenues of tho city, or
removing other obstructions, or making
other improvements in tho streets, ns may
bo directed by tuo street committeo; rro
tided, fur tho tlmo ho shall bo so occupied
in superintending such work, the city jail
er shall bo allowed and paid at tho rato of
two dollars per uuy anu also proviuo no
shall not bo required to work tho prison
ers in thojall or bo paiu lor su:n service
unless tho number so woriceu is ni leas;
threo nnd provided further that tho said
jailer shall bo allowed ono nssistant to
. 1 ; . .. 1. ! 1 -.!...- .....1
wnieu iiiu iirisuuura wuiiu uishik uuu
said assistant all all bo paid two dollars
Sec. 0. The city jailer is hereby author
ized to procuro, at tno expense ol tlio city,
n sufficient number of balls and chains,
not exceeding six or each, and fasten thorn
to tlio prlsonors laboring on tho streets un
der this ordinance whenovor, in h'.s judg
ment, tho security of tho prisoners re.
quiro it to bo done.
skc. 10. it snail uoitio uu;y oi an uiu
cers making arrests under tho authority
eouferrod by the city ordinance, to tako
tho prisoners arresteu immeuiaioiy neioro
tiio pollco magistrate or other committing
magistrate, fur examination, if tlio arrest
Is mudo during ofllco hours in doy time.
If tho arrest is not made during suen
office hours, tho officer making tlio arrest
hall tako such prisoners beloro tlio pollco
or other magistrate as soon ns practica
ble alter hi office is open lor business
and iu the meantunu tho prisoners may
u committed to the city lull lor sale Uce
Sec. 11. It shall bo tho duty polleo mag
istrate. at each stated mooting of tho city
council couvoncd lit loltil session on uiu
first Monday of each month to report all
tines colloeted bv him, and all persons
brought buforo him for examination and
discharge, or committed by him to tho
city jail, slnco tho previous stated meet
ing of tho raid council, and tlio offenses
charged in each enso; such report to con
tain tho name or the party trom whom tlio
lino was collected, anu tho amount, tno
name of the partv committed, tho dato of
tho imposition of tho lino and
of tho commitment and
the length of time for which tho commit
It Is stated that tliero is a plant in New
Granada, which, if our ink makers could
only grow in sufficient quantity in tills
country would bo a fortune to thom. The
plant In question (Coiaria thvmi folio) is
commoly known as the Ink plant, and it
imply tho juice that is used without
any preparation. Its properties seem nc
?ord"'Btoutradltian of tho country, to
nave been aiicoTcrcd during tho Spanish
,-" "'. a number ot written
,e""',lUiied for tlio mother coun.
tV. i T '""""led in a vessel and trans-
,u ape. Tho voyago was
m.u.uu.i) iempi;,tu0u. tlm dnrn.
...v.... fcuk ufc v,u ,H,, . f,ln,.,
"YBime, wuerciu uu,, ,,,.
"CllUllf-ll, fit .r .. " nil"
maln.d ttnaUered'; Adeo " ,eo. ''
ore, luutd that all gover une.7. ' U erU"
nleat om ibould In f.,,;. ' .'.H"' "i.nu.
UblJme,,. -iiuuk) vtge-
believers In tt,7, , ". J '"V0 t-,b
alio In m v',"..w'" ."over em-
should live up to tlie letter of .he rco-
wno applies to tbein i. ""n
lutiou nnd thankfully ernwl ovit of the
loopholo thu afforded it. Time has
certainly. ehowu the general assembly
of .Illinois that tho people look with
displeaiuro and marked disapproval
over litiinl.l,.- i ' " "'vunuoii, bow.
badluck?" and If the repfv L t'n'u'.'m M,y
tlve, ho rejected without Cum S.?.,.,,,,,u'
To this annarontlT
of dealing they attribute much Jof
v-,miviuhuiij' sutwuss Hi OUSIIietS.
mcnt was made, anu tno name ot tlio party
discharged without commitment, it shall
also bo the duty ot all officers authorized
to make arrosts undor tho ordinances of
tho city, to mako similar reports of all
parties arrested by thom and committed
to tno city jail or dischargcdiwlthout com
miimoni; sucu reports 10 contain tno
names of tho prisoners, the dato of arrest
and commitment, and tlio offenses for
which tho arrests woro mado.
Sec. 12 It shall bo tho duty of tho city
marshal or other oillcor, to bo desig
nated by tho mayor, to visit tho city jail
at least onco in every twenty-four hours
botween sunrise and sunset, and, iu person,
direct the discharges from jail of all per
sons legally entitled to such discharge;
And, in caso of inability of tho said oillcor
to attend to urn uuty trom sicknos. phvs
leal disability or unnvoiunoio aosenco trom
tho citv. it shall bo lawful for tho city jail
er to dischargo said prisoner or prisoners.
The city marshal, or officer appointed to
uiscnargo saiu prisoner, sunn ropori in
each stated meeting of tho city council
convened In Joint nossion on tuo llrst
Monday of each month tho names of tlio
persons so discharged by him, or by othors
during bis absence, sinco tho previous
unieu meeting, and the dato ol tlio dis
HKC la. Tlio city Jail shall bo used for
the detontlon and safekeeping of prison'
era arrested under and by vlrtuo of tho
etty ordinances aione, ami it shall be ni
proprintod to no olhor uso or ptirpoto ex
cept by tho oxprcis permission of tho Jail
committeo or mnvor nr 1 1,., n.t '..it
the additional cloths or bedding furnish
cd horcaftor to prlsonor, shall bo furnish
ed upon tho written order of tho Jail com
Seo. 14. For ovcry violation of any
of tho provisions of thfa
ordinance, tho olfcndor shall forfeit nnd
pay to tho city a sum not loss thnn fifty
nor moro thnn ono hundred dollars.
Sec. 15. Hcrcaftca it shall bo tlio duty
of tho keeper of tho city prison, whou ho
prc'onts his hill for allowitncu to tlio coun
cil for keeping persons committed to Ids
custody, to show for what particular of
fenso tho prlsonor or prisoners each nro
committed, and by what Justice or magis
trate, and hoforo proJonting tho samo ho
shall procuro tho certiflcato of tho city
attorney, to said bill or bills, showing
whether tho porson or persons conflnod
woro committed for violations of tho or
dinances of tlio city, and that tho accounts
nro just nnd correct.
Skc. 1C. Horcafter. whdnovor any Jus
tice of tho penco within the city shall com
mit any person to tho custody of tho city
jailer, it shall bo his duty in said niitti
mil!, or warrant of commitment, to stato
and specifv for what offense tho party is
committed, whether for n breach of tho
ordinances of tho city or not; nnd, on
failure of said justice to certify nnd state
tlio facts as herein provided in said mitti
mus, it shall be the duty of tho city jailor
to rofuso to reccivo said prisoner.
Sec. 17. In caso of his romoval by tho
city council or suspension by tho mayor,
tho jailer shall deliver up possession of tho
Jail to tho mayor, or jail committee, and in
caso of neglect or refusal to do so, said
jailer shall forfoit and pay to tho city of
Cairo two hundred dollars for each nnd
ovcry day ho shall so neglect or refuse
after demand or application at tho jail
door, mado by said mayor or Jail commit
teo. Sec. 18. It shall ho tho duty of tho
committeo on pollco and jail to visit tho
city jail onco nt least in each month, and
roport tho condition of tho jail building
nt each regular meeting of the city coun
cil following convened in joint session on
tho llrst Monday of each month.
Sec. 10. That It shall bo tho duty of the
city jailor to tako charge of the city
pumps, sewers and other works for drain
ing the city nnd see that thoy nro properly
protected and preserved nnd to open and
close tho sowers running through tho lovco
nt proper times as tho waters in tho rivers
may riso and lull, tno fnrvicos thus de
volved upon said city jailer to bo tendered
him under tho gencrnl direction of the
drainage committee or its chairman.
&ec. -U. Any person who shall without
tho consent of tho city jailer of the city of
Lalro, llrst obtained, converse with, talk
to. or in anywiso communicnto with, or
who shall arm or supply with lirc-arms,
gun-powder, knifo or knives, matches or
any implement, tool or thing whatsoever,
any prlsonor in chargo of tho city Jailer of
the city of Cairo, shall forfeit and pay for
the uso of said city n sum not less than two
nor moro than twenty dollars for each nnd
OKDINANCE NO. 9.
RULES OE PROCEDURE KOR RECOVERY OK
VINES AND 1'ENALTIK.
Bo it ordained by tho City Council of tho
city ot Cairo.
section l. Whenever nny line, forfei
ture, or pcnulty shall havo been incurred
for tho breach of nny of tho ordinances of
this city, tho same shall bo sued fur beforo
ono of tho pollco magistrates elected in
nnd for tho city, or before anyjeourt having
jurisdiction thcrof, in tho form of un ac
tion ot debt, in tuo corporate iiaiuo of tho
city- .... ...
sec. -. rue nrst proceeding in any sucu
action shall bo tho tiling with tho police
magistrate, or other court, by tho city at
tornoy, or person prosecuting in his mead,
of n statcmont in writing as near as mav
bo in tho following form, which shall be
tho foundation of all subsequent proceed
ings in tho action, to-wit:
"A. II.. to Tho City ol Calm. Dr..
"To dollars for vitiation of section No. of
Ordinance No. of tho city of Cairo.
C. V.. City Attorney.
Sec. 3. No action shall bo dismissed for
any defect of form in said stalomcnt, if the
offense bo substantially set forth so as to
glvo tho defendant nolico of tho
chargo which ho is required to
answer: and such statement may
include sevorai persons cnurgcu
with tho samo offense; and upou such
statement being filed, tho pollco magistrate
shall docket tho causo in tils dockot, in tno
usual manner required by law, and may is
sdo n warrant or summons, us tho caso may
Skc. 1. A summons so issued shall bo
made returnable in five days, and shall bo
served and returned in tliu samo manner
as such writs are mado returnable by tho
laws of this stato; and tlio trial ishall be
had thereon tho samo day of tho return of
tho said writ, unless good nmi suuicicnt
causo bo shown for '.the contin
uanco of tho cause, which may bo deter
mined by tho police magistrate in Ills dis
Sec. f. Upon an affidavit mado beforo
tho police magistrate that any person has
been guilty of a breach of any ordinance,
specifying the fame, tho police magistrate
may issue a warrant tor 'the apprehension
of the party accused, which warrant sha.l
rclor to tho affidavit, and the namo ci
tlio individual making tho same
upon which said warrant Is issued, and
R.lmll bo otherwise iu tlio form heretofore
used in such proceedings.
sec. o. rsticn warrant snail bo serveu oy
arresting tho body of tlio defendant, and
taking him fortliwitn boluro ono ol tno po
lice magistrates, It during business Hours;
and every person so arrested shall bo en
titled to a trial witiun twenty-lour hours
from the time of liis arrest, (except when
Sunday shall intervene,) unless good cauco
fur continuanco bo shown, or tho trial is
and tlio oillcor making ttie arrest may keep
mo ucicnuani in custody ny commuting
mm to tuo city lull until tno trial.
rKC. i. 2t summons or warrant ilmll
issuo agalnt n person who may havo been
arresteu uuu urougiu neluro a pollco mag
istrate without a warrant, in any caso
whero Btieh arrest is authorized ; but
tho polleo magistrato or other court
shall enter upon his docket tho
fact nnd causo of bis arrest, and bv whom
mado; nnd tho officer making tho arrest
snail return to tno ponco magistrato a
written statement of tho cause, time, and
placo of arrest.
Sec. 8. Any porson In tlio custody of tho
city officers, for a violation of any ordi
nance, may uo nu mined to bail by oxecut
ing a bond to tho city, with sufficient se
curity, to bo approved bv tho r,ol co msc
iHiratc, in aouuio tuo amount o tho nonal.
ty for tho ofl'onso charged, conditioned that
lio will appear upon a day therein named,
beforo tlio police magistrato, nnd answer
the accusation tor which ho has been ar
rosted, and not dopart tho court without
leavo, wnicn oonu snail bo attested by tlio
poueo iuui;iwuiu, nnu a noto tiicroof shall
bo entered upon his docket
Sec. 0. If tho defendant fail to nppcnr
nccording to tho condition of the bond, or,
appearing, shall dopart tho court without
loavo. tho polico magistrate shall ontnr tin
judgment against him and his securities
lor tno pommy oi saiu bond and nil oosts,
Sec 10. A party in custody who ennnnt
bo tried because of tho nbseneo of witnesses
or other cause, nnd who cannot glvo bail
must bo mado whon tho suit Is called up
for trial, and at nn other time, unless by
agreomont botween tho partlos, with tho
approbation of tho pollco magistrato.
Skc. 12. Iu all cases of appeal, tho po
llco magistrato shall mako out nnd certify
n full transcript of tho proceedings had In
inch suit, as tho samo is rocorded in bis
Sec. lil. When n dofondnnt, duly sum
moned, falls to appoar at tho tlmo tho suit is
sot fortrlnl, tho pollco maglstratoshall hear
and e-xamino tho tostimouy oll'orcd on tho
part of the citv. and shall render tho
judgment by dofault against tho dofonJatit
lor sucu nmount under tho ordinance as ho
may doom Justice to rcqulro.
SEC. 14. Judgments bv default, rendered
under tho" prccodlng Motion, mny bo set
nsido by tho pollco magistrato, and a now
trial granted within ten days after tho
rendition: Provided, the defendant shall,
within ten days, make application and
show good causo for setting suldo; and
provided lio shall nay alt tho cAsta which
havo accrued, unless ho prove, to tho satis
faction of tho pollco magistrato that ho
was provontcu ny unnvoiuauio circumstan
ces from attending tho trial.
Sec. IS. Tho pollco magistrates mav Is
suo attachments to compel tho nttendanco
oi witnesses wno navo been duly sum
moned, nnd may punish for contempts In
iiku manner us jtisucos oi tuopeaco aro au
thorized to do by tho laws of this stato.
Sec. 1C. Depositions taken in conform
ity with tho laws of this state, may bo
read beforo tho pollco magistrates, on nny
trial for tho recovery of penalities, whom
tho witness is dead, or nbsent by reason of
sickiicm, oiu ago, or uouny tmirrnity, or
absent from tho city without collusion of
tno parly offering said deposition, or whoro
oovn pnrnos ngrco in any caso to tho read
(To bo continued)
This auporb Hair Dyo Is the hit in th Woatu
Perfectly Harmless, Reliable and In'llitnteou.
No disappointment. No Ridiculous Tints or Un
pleasant Odor. The genuine. W. A. Ilache lor'a
Hair Dye produce.! IMMEDIATELY a plcndld
Illack or natural Drown. Doen not filain th
num, out leavefline ltnir Clean, Hon and Ueauti.
ful. The onlr 8afo tnd Perfect I)o.
Bold by all druggist. Factory 18 RondHtreet,
a.cw iuh. lanynueouawiy
Eisays for Toun Mon, on great (joclal Evila
and Abuse, which Interfere with Marriage, and
ruin me napi.incag ot tiiounanda, Willi nuro
meana of relief for tne Errlnc and Unfotunalc,
diseased and debilitated. Hint in sealed letter
enTelopes, frco ol charge Address, HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, No. a g. Nlnih street, Phlladel
phla, l'a. acp6dw3m
ITS CUKE AND ITS l'KEVENTIVE
BY DR. J. II. SUIIENCK, M. D.
Manv nbum&n bems hsi tmjaM tnrf nr whoui
deaUi therow&i no other tcaaon Itaaa Uienciflect
nr known and Indlipauklr iiruren meant of cure.
Uinta near and deitr to family and frlenda ara
iceianu maurraniiesa numixir uw wucu, naa
I)K. JOSEPH It. HCIIF.NCK'SSI.III'LK
Tit EAT.lI ENT,
and availed thcmselTCt of hit wondurf oily efflcav
cl'itis medicine, they would not hare fallen.
ur, hencnex naa in nit own caso pmrea iriAt
whercrer sufficient vitality remains, that tiui
ltr. Iit hl medicine! and his fllrfwLlnns for thulr
uo, is quickened Into healthful vigor.
in tins statement tnoro is notnins prerarop
luout. To tho faith of the I oral Id la mado no
representation that ta not u thousand times suo
Ftantlatcd by llrlnir and risible works. Tho
theory of tho cure by Dr. Bcbenek'a medicine
Isnsslmplo ai It Is unfailing, ltapblloaophy ro
iulres no argument. It is iclf -ajturtcg, aelf-cyn-
'1 ho Sca-wced Tonic and Mandrake Pills are tho
first two weapons wltii whlcli tbu citadel of the
luuladr Is u&Aalleit. Two thirds of the cases of
consumption orlglnaUi In drsostpslaaad a func
tlonully disordered llxer. Willi tula condition
tho bronchial tubes "sympathise" with tha
rlomach. Thor respond to tho uiorblfle action
nf thu llrer. llcru then comca tho culminating
result, aim tno selling in, wnu an us uisirvit-
llllf sjwpwius OI
The Mandrakf. I'llll nro comimted Of ono of Na
ture's noblest KlfL-the l'udophllluni IVIutuiu.
They possess all the blood-searching, nltentlTe
properties Ul cusumvi, uui, uniisu uuuujui, uiv
"LEAVE NO 8TINO BEHIND."
Tli work nf enro Is now bezlnnlnff. Tho vitia
ted and mucous deplls In tho bowels and In the
tLiiinenijirr canal ara elected. The llrer. Ilko
a clock. Is wound up. It arouses from Its torpid
ity. Thu stomach nets responslrely, and thu
(uncut pckhk to icci tnatue is Kciiu-,atiaiv,
A SUPPLY OF GOOD DLOOD.
Tim Fea.wfd Tonic. In conjunction with th
rill, permeates ana assimuaies wiui sua iuou.
ri,llflfttlnn Is now nrrivresslnf without Its ore-
vi.,,, tortnrpi. Ingestion becomes nalnless. and
the cure la seen to be at hand. There Is no woro
nutulonce, no exacerbation of tho stomach. An
finriatltn SAts In.
Nowcomc the areattatTllood Purifier ertr yet
Elren by an indulgent ratner to sunering man.
rh.nr-k'. Pulmnnlr Hrrart comes In to-mrfurm
Its xunctions ana so uaauiu anu tuiapwus iuo
cure. It enters at onco upon Its work. Nature
not h cheated. It collects and rloens tho
Impaired and diseased portions ot uie lungs.
In tno lormor gatucrings. a prepares sueiu ur
c xpcctoratlon, and lol In a Terr short time tno
malady Is ranulshed. tho rotten throne that It
i.cimied Is runorato,! and mado new. and tho
patient, in aiitnouigniiy oi regaineu riaur.spB
forth to enjoy the manhood or womanhood thai
GIVEN UP AS LOST.
Tho second thlnir li. the patients must itay In a
Tfurm riKim intll they get won It Is almost im-
iiosslble to prorcni taking com wncn sue lungs
aro diseased, liut It mutt be prevented or a euro
can not bo effected. Kreili nlr and riding out,
...,u.lnll In this ai.rtlnn of tho muntrr. in the
ran ana winicr scas,n. orw wioiik. .
clans who recommend that course lose their pa
tients. If their lungs aro badly diseased; and yet.
becauso they aro in the house they must not,
Sit down quiet 1 iney must waia aouut iuu room
rut ,i n amu circulation of hlooil
III list aeeu in koou ppiriis u urieriui
well. Tliia has a irrcat de
tlto, and Is the great point to gain
possibility in tlio worst cases, anu moral cer
tainty In all others, Is sinful. Dr. Hchenck's per
sonal statement to the faculty of his own euro
was in tneso moucsi worusi ....
Many years ago I was In tho last stages of
consumption! conrtned to my bed. and at one
SAM WIIi 8 ON,
W. II. ifonma
II. It. CAN1
N1, l'ltll. Drill II. H. 1X1
IWWai it i I .til
Ohio Lkyke, ::::: Cairo, III.
U. D. 'WHiIilAMSON.
PltODUCK AND i
CAIRO, I I, I, I N C 1 H.
and fillina orders.
KiTtn to Conslganeiilt
us much and as fast as the strength will heir, to
i. In irood snlrlts btl at
This has a great deal to do with tho appo-
II (Ml u
ia.,H,t imi nttfivnln.
To despair of cure after such erldenco of Ita
tlmo my physicians thought that 1 could not nro
a weeks then, like a drowning man catching at
straws, 1 heard of nnd obtained tho preparations
isla and dealera.
JOHN A. KOKHLKR,
Manufacturer ol all kinds of
RIFLKS AND PISTOLS.
KEYS MADE TO ORDER.
All Kinds of
BATlaTAOTlON VA HHANTKD.
COUMKRCIAL-AV., X Few DOORS BlLOW
Powder, Shot, Caps and all aorta of Cartrldgas
constantly on nanu. isepuwr
Ii. S. HARRKLIa,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
1 185 '& 187 Commercial Avoriuo
WINEH AND MtlUOIU.
WM!" if .SCH UTTER,
Importer au Wlioleostlr Oaalrr Is
TOBACCO &c CTQ-A.'&a.
Aient for the best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Ita ported Aire of IlrTss-rut Kind.
75 Ohio Levee,
tl CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
, Mil. i:. ii
UULL, pAHOOj LIVE 8TO
Uf a XT 3&,J. 33T C -ffit
INTIKK AllOk AL, M. T.,
AUKEICAkt CBXTBAL, VtO,
COKXICTICOT MUTUAI. tIM,1
TATILIR'l, BAltTrOSD, LIFE AI
as sals in
RAILWAY TAJSEOB AMUSAVC
HA KKllHr) MnTlrTIH HANI1
I.1IV TVAIIanSaJ HftsSIT. IIJAlH.il. II.
JTIAQAKA, V. TH
OBSMAJflA, V. A
HAVOYXR, N. Y.,
KIPUBLIC, N. Y.,
. UoapriatnKtheUDdenrritcrV Aceaey.
TOXKER8, N. T.,
TORE, Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls asd
I iui. Insured at raw i as raroiaois as
,n.u.st aaAflf ilw will MIMlt:
(hare ol tbtlr yltm.
B l ft - ass -
OtV- First Kasjoaal
F. M. STOCKFLKTH, -
avcUMa roaui a siocartaTM
TBclirynr sutd Wboletutle Dralrr as
rorclsrn and Domestic
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Oifio Lkvue,
arais iriam IIloci,
CUBO, 1 LLIN0I3.
fE keens on hand constantly
Wliisk e. rrcne
Rhine and California Wines
a full stock Of
llourbon, Rye and Mononra-
li llraniliea. Iiouana tsiu.
" . i..v.r
hirh I now offer to thn nubile, and thoy made
u tK-'rrect euro or nie. it aeemeu so me suns a
a..,, i,i f.,Ai timm fienetruta mr wholo arstem.
Thor soon ripened the matter In my lungs, and
I would aplt up more than a pint or ononstTO
yellow mailer crerr luoruma luismus
"Aasoon os that began to subside, my cough,
f erer. ualns. and night sweats all began to learo
me, and ray appetlto liccame so great that It was
Willi OlmCUliy lliat I COUIU aeep iron, ua.iiia .w
mneh. I aiMin trained tnr strength, and lutTO
grown In flesh erer since. . ,
i aa weiirhed short It nfter mr recovery.'
added tho Doctor, "then looking like a mora
skeleton! my weight was only nlnety-seren
twenty-are (2111 pounds, and for years 1 bare un-
Joyed uninterrupted newm, ... . . .
-isii's to Now. York and Huston. Uo or bis son.
Dr. J. II. Hchenck, Jr., still continue to see pa
tients at their ofBco, No. is worm oixtn nirnei.
rilllaueipuia, orcry paiurunr iiuu.a.a.HJ. -..
ui.ti thnmu.il aamlnatlnn with
the Itesplrometer will bo charged Si, Tho ltea.
nlroraoter dcclarea tho eiact condition of the
lungs, and patlenta can readily learn whether
they are curable or not.
fiI. rti.iinn. fnr taking tha medlclnea aro
adapted to the Intelligence ercn of a child. Fol.
low theto dlrvctlons, and kind Nature will do tho
Test excepting mat in some csuea sou nwiui...
Pills aro to bo taken In Increased doses) tho
threu inedlcinea need no other accompaniments
.,. dm iimnin instructlnna that accompany
them i Klrst create appetite. Of returning
health, hunger Is tho Juost welcome aymptora,
no. ns it win comn. let the despair.
Ing at oncu ho ul good ehcor. tiood blood at once
follows, thu eougli liKisens, the night sweat la
abated, in a short tlmo both of iacM morbid
symptoms aro gono forever. ...ifc.s i-
uh,...nb. ....,lllnAa ars eonBtantlTkatit In
lananf ihnuaanda nf families. As a lajatlTO or
luMlindrakii fills aro a standard pre
kii.. i, inlmonlu Hrrun. as a euro.
of coughs and colds, nmylw regarded as a pro.
nliylacterlo against consumption In any of Its
Pr'icb of tho Pulmonis Syrup and Bca-wccd
TonlcrSI Wu bottlo, or HMn half dojeu. Man.
itrako Pills, U coins a box. t or nolo by aU drug.
fou sale, ) y- ; ( Fon sale,
FOR SALE. J
Bale t. run tin.nr..
Faro from LiVERi'ooi.
Faro from LoyDCXDKRRY
Faro from Glaboow,
Faro from Queenbtown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $46.30
Saflord, Horns Can , Acrnta.
Liverpool .New York ahd'I'hilaildplua
egaia cONraacr with initid tiTu;D itirisa
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
Ok fflTUIl IKrOIMlTIOM
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aof
15 Broadway. New-York, or to
Washington 'Avenue; 'Cairo lllnois. 81'
for his nppoarancc, may bo confined in tho
city jail not oxcecuing inreo days, and in
such caso tho polico magistrate shall do-
llvor to tho oillcor making tho arrest a
commitment, stating tho caubo of tlio detention.
Sec. 11. Applications for continuances
I. & E. GREENWALD.
Flour omltlriat Mills,
The "Tapper" Patent Orate bar,
maohinery ron general ruiirosEK,
nivtmvu a nnr s-iTlTfV
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
nod .Plumber's material, r.s,v
Pumv ocks, check valves, etc.
also ao" ro
Tuns Brothers Putent Dry tins MfJ1.
And Morehouse. Weill Co'f Automatic Wter
Indicator and aupply Valve tor steam ooii.rs,
WINTER'S atOCK, COMMIRCIAl-AVKfW
FlRE-lXM'a FUXD, B. F-
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avisVi' ir-Bft at' LtTKBX
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1 Furnished on shortest notices
... i . mit . .1 lis).
uommoreii""r, i u
Ti,. Illinois Ceatral Bail Road Compiuv-
V.rn aala tha folloWina described loll In
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