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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1872. v
flMRTADLKOrTUKILUKOla CENTRAL R.R.
Oil aed ttUt "undsy, May lslh, till, the follow
er urot-Me will govern the arrival and depsrt
itr of fp.Br trains t Cairo i
XVjr(-Mll train, dally... ? nil a.m.
r .;!(,., dsily - Wp-m.
jnlUllidslly. ... 3:4& a.m.
Express ......... 3.4 p.m.
Cairo (oil St. Louis fihorl Lle
Arrive ......... ..3:45 p.m.
Depart..... t2SW !
Nochsngsof crrr fromCairo to St. Louis, No
change e'ert Irom Cairo to Chicago. Elegant
l.rsrleg Room sleeping cara on night tram.
Hsgoge cheeked to all important tinlnts.
Wei arc authorized to announce JOHN Q.
HARMAN os n candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, nt the ensuing election In
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three tripe dally
Lt aviso not an cut
At 1:30 pm.
At o mm .....p.Tn,
Fare each war. 30 centi t 10 ticket for 12 60,
Will land, "hn hailed, at any good Intermediate
ndinglor paengeror freight. nor ltf.
The aplendid steamer
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to Innounco II. W.
WEBB, IISQ., as n candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We are authorised to announce HAMILTON
IKV1N aa a candidate tone-election to the ufflcc
of Sheriff of Alexander countr.
We re authorised to announce COIj. R. T.
TOWNESasn candidate f r Benator In this Sen
J AS. PISK,
Hen. IIowAitn Capt,
Leaet Cairo DAILY. (Bandar excentedl. at 4
,- ,ra. For freight or passage npplj on board or
(anStf JAiJ HlOOi, Ag't.
R. S. BRIGHAM, 31. D,
OMKOPATIUC Physician and Surgeon. Of.
O. flee 130 Commercial arenne. Resilience on
Tenth street thrce.doors west of C R
Dll. J. C. SULLIVAN,
('KICK Over M. J. McOaulcy's drug
near comer Commercial avenue ami
Mt. Vihsos, 111., April 11, 1672.
Kdiler Cairo Bullilin:
Dii Sir Please to announce mo At n candi
date for Clerk of the Ruprcmo Court, Bouthern
Grand Divisl in ot Illinois. The new constitution
prendea that the Clevks ol the Supreme Court
ahall hereafter be elected at tho November elec
tion, Instead of the June election aa herelore.
Tho successor of tho prevent incumbetita are
to bo elected this coining fall, but will not qualify
Until tho prcn nt terms expire lu 1S73.
It. A. 1). WILI1ANK9.
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
1ESlDENCK-No. 21 Thirteenth utreet, be-
tweon Washington avenue and Walnut utreet.
Oltlce li Commercial avenue, up etnire.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RFytDEXCE-cornerNlnth and Walnut sts,
tlrhpe corner Mxlh utreet and Ohio leree.
Office hours from 6 a.m. to 12 m., and p.m
II. WAUDNKH, M. D.
UKl PENCE Corner Nlnetienlh elreet and
Washington avenue, near court house. Of.
1. 1 lover the nostottice. Oftlce hours 10 to 12
Mid 210 4 p.m. lanlCtf.
Oui' Home AdYcrtisers.
T. G-. Schuh
DR. D. A. PARKER FOR GREELEY
Hciroa Ili'llcriN. I'lense nnnjunce mo an in
dependent candidate tor a legislator In tho lower
House ol the Genera! .UM'mbly ot tin Htate
As nu n in tho dnyv ol honest government had
to anncunco their rlnclplia or hobby, aa well aa
them-clRs, anJ appear beloro their constituents
and defend them before they could gel office, I
hellevo I hey si oulci do so now, and will tay to
the voters of Jackson, Union, and Alexander
counties, without awaiting the ilecltui of nuy
man or party, I am for Horace Orceleror Presl
dent, and 11. Grati Drown for Vice President and
endorse the Cincinnati platform. 1 am for a Ireo
scrub race nnd against tho primary system of
electing men to oftlce. t am ogatntl tho stock
law In this county and foi tho repeal of tho Ohio
liquor law, I nm lor tho abolishment of the
grand jury to lis lowest constitutional limits, and
tho roliinn nf the truverso Jury so that Intelli
gent men shall not ho disqualified lo sit on it lu
cnes of lelony, I am for tree trade, tonal
taxation, equal representation, nndonest men
In ollice, oven II I luivo to bo iltWateri lo get
tlx in Ihcio. !) A. I'ASita. tf
I A ItT.TTIflTOM ITOTIHK.
T, U. Ellin, proprietor, cornor 7th itroot
nnd Oommorclnl avonuo, Cnlro, 111., U
prepared to accommodate- the public with
boitrd by tho day, wook or month, at lower
ratos thnn any othor flrtt-clats houto in
tho city. Tbo roonu aro all woll fur-
nlsliod, light and airy, good (ample rooms
for tho accommodation of Oommorclnl
agents. The house is located in tho con
tor of the business pari of the y within
one square of the post office. 4-9-tf
Having refurnishod this woll known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
strcot, near tho post office, tho proprie
tress would inform tho public that Mio
is prepared to accommodato tho public
with first-class board and woll furnished,
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason
nblo terms. Amplo preparations havo
been mado to accommodato an unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronage so
licited. Mrs. T. N. OArr.vr.Y.
THE LITTLE KKNTUCKIAN,
No. 63 Ohio levco, is iht place whoro
they keep tbo freshest fish and gamo, and
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found in tho city. Dinner only twenty,
llvii cents. Oncn dav and night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
TO HOUSE RUILDERS.
Tho building of a two-story frame build-
tig in Dongola, Union county, Illinois,
will bo let to tbo lowest bidder on Satur
day, July 13, 1872, between tho hours o
two nnd four o'clock. All bids must bo
sealed, and security will bo required on
tbo day of letting tho contract, for tho
faithful and prompt performance of said
work. Plans and specifications can bo
seen at tho station housoln Doncoln. For
further particulars call on or nddress J
D. Denton, clerk of the board.
II. IIANNES, President,
J. D. Bknton, Clerk.
Dongola, Juno 28, 1872.
PNbllfmtloa OMcc, Balletla Bnllillaf ,
Circuit Court is in session. Not much
business as yet.
Tim Gorman, who is n fino workman,-is
putting a now steeple on tho Gorman
Notice Is berebv irlven that the co-nnrtner-
Milp heretofore ixltliu? between William
Elcbboir, Charles EluhliolV mid Henry Elch
boll', under the linn name ol Elibliofl llroth
ers. Is tblt day dissolved bv mutual consent,
William Eiclihotr purcliaslni; the whole busi
ness, assuming nil its liabilities, and receiv
ing all the accounts due the old linn.
WILLIAM ElCHUOr K,
HHNUV II. MHYKU,
PRACTICAL SIGN & DECORATIVE
V A I N T K U .
UltAINING nd MAIUILIM1 of every de-cnptlon.
In every style, 1'lnln, HiirnUhed huu Oriiniuental.
a I. ass uiLui.vn, ktc, etc.
Orders solicited for Hcenery in OIL or WATER
lui.vim, rrescoanu iianner rainung, anul
work warranted satisfactory.
GLASS SHOW CARPS nf all descriptions, Gilded,
Plain nnd Ornamental.
All work trusted lo my care will be promptly
attended lo. Prices moderate. Particular at
tention to trade work. Shop In tho Perrv house
in i nomas nm sianu, corner Lcrnmerclnl ave
nue and Llghth St., Cairo, III. T-ltf.
. 4 CAIsW, ILLINOIS.
" VLasbt- stock of Watches. Clocks, Jewelry, and
Tha uublloaro tollel.
i -04 a eorpMre price an J charM. hole
: aka are mimi so any, sua ex
imTSmTii MU rat. i
,stsHstT t rm
ARE U.VDOUMTEDLY THE
CHEAPEST TO BUY I
REST TO USE I
EASIEST TO SELL I
And never fail to
GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
If ANY ANI)JaLL LOCALITIES.
SOLD IN PAST THREE YEARS !
Every stove otlered la a proof that the
IS DOING MORE "WORK,
DOING IT UETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT AT LESS EXPENSE
than any other Cooking Rlote made.
MILD IIV EXCELS 1011 MANll'FO. COMPANY,
Wholesale Dealers in all kinds of TINNERS'
STOCK i and by all live Ktove Dealers, like
1W Commercial Avenue,
ron repair!) or certain mdewalks.
heilrd proposals, addressed lo the Committee
on Hireeis will hu retcived by the City Clerk un
til WKU.SK8IJAY. the .1rd proximo, for furnish
liigmaierisU and doing the work of repairing the
rldewalks an I crosswalks, and lowering the same
two feet elow their present graJe, on the West
side of Washington Avenue, between 21st mid
27th Hreets, und between iuth mid 31th streets,
and on the West tide ol Couimeiciul Avenue, be
tween 20th andullh streets.
Kimllar proposals will also be received at the
same tune und place fordoing the same work, tho
cliy to rurnlsti the requisite, materials.
ftj ordr id COMMI ITKE O.N bTBEKTH.
June 27, 1672.
ICE ' ICElTlCKIII
From Wednesday May 1st, tho ico
wagon will cunvnss tbo city, to continuo
during tlr u summer months. None but
puro northern lake co will bo delivered,
HueE, Loomin, & Co.
Ulankkniiuko ahead! AVinos and Ci
gars I oldest und choicest, at the EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite tbo Post Office.
Fined of Liquors, Free Lunches and mu
sic every day. Tho great Liboral and
Doriiocratic,Groc4y & Brown drlnko Weib
Ueer, is tnudo it specialty, nnd Fredpridcs
himself upon keeping the freshest and
coolest in the ctiy. Lemonades tho cold
tit, mixed drinks and music tho finest.
Go thero. C-27tf
The amiable McCartney glided by us
on the sldowalk yesterday ovoning liko
A Greilxy club will bo organized in
this city in a short time, probably jut nf-
tor tho Baltimore convention.
Tub blackguard who abused 'Elder
Shores through tho 'Sun, ' has not yet un
masked his guilty head.
Tub billiard tables in Schutter's old
saloon,. Smith proprietor, aro tho best in
tbo city. Try them.
Wicxwire made a bet Monday ovoning
of $S00 that Koerner would carry tho
Stato of Illinois. Wick has been a Rud,
and is a Liboral, and is enthusiastic in
For Sale. A No. 1 storo boat,
complete For particulars apply to
. M. Williams & Co.,
2t. C5 Ohio Lovcc.
GRAND PIC-NIC EXCURSION.
UP THE OHIO RIVER ON THE STEAMER
ECKERT ON THE FOURTH OF JULY.
Tho steamer Eckcrt will leave tho whar
ut Cairo precisely at eight o'clock, on
Thursday morning, the Fou rth of July
touch at Mound City at nlno, at Caledonia
half past ten, at Motronolis at 12, at tho
Lakes opposite Paducah, at half past one
aftor which she will go to Paducah, where
sbo will stay until five, returning to Cairo,
at half past eight o'clock in tho evening.
Tho people of Paducah givo npic-nicon
that day at the beautiful lakes jnst oppo
site thoir city, which will, givo all wh
wish, a chanco to join tho Paducah pcopl
in their pic-nic, or enjoy a nico stroll
tho beautiful woods about tho lakes, whilo
those who prefer it can havo threo or four
hours to walk or drive through Paducah.
Each family will havo tho privilego of
taking thulrbaskot, while those who would
rathor not bo incumbered will bo
furnished with refroshmonts at tho
lunch tables on tho boat, at reason
able prices. Tbero will bo a bountiful
supply of confectionaries, fruits, ico cream,
lemonade, soda water &c. This will bo a
splendid chnnco for families who wish to
spend tbo "fourth" together. As tho
Eckurt was built for pic-nic purposos, tho
children can bo turned looso on tho boat to
enjoy themselves without danger.
This excursion will bo given for tho
bonofit of the Methodist church of Cairo.
Faro for round trip from Cairo, Mound
City and Callcdonla, $1 ; children 60c.
From Metropolis 60c; children 25c. td
Our friend, Harrell, tho amiable editor
of the 'Gazotte' has had occasion to sore
ly repent tho abuse ho has been heaping
upon Rev. Mr. Shores. Ho is penitent,
and wo are satisiied ho will never do so
The "go around " that Las annoyed us
for several days, has folded its tent like
tho Arab, and as silently passed away
from tho vicinity of The Bulletin office
j tho kingdom of Kentucky. And thcro
may it remain forever.
Mr. Weiiu has announced his dotormi
nation to bo n candidate for County At
torney for Aloxander county. He will
fill the position creditably, and will un
doubtedly be elected. Ho can beat tho
best rad that can bo trottodout.
Observer's office, IT. H. Signal Service,
juiy i, ibiz. i
Judge Dross, on tho 1st Inst., appoint
ed H. Watson Webb, Esq., county allor-
noy, to net until tho peoplo havo filled tho
olllco by election in Novombor next. Mr.
Webb, this morning announces himsolf us
a candidato for tho olllco. We aro almost
suro tho peoplo will continuo Wobb in tho
ofllco lo which ho has boen appointed by
Jtidce Brois. Hois qualified, nnd of tho
avallablo legal matorlal for tho olllco is tho
best that can bo solcctcd. His opponunt
will probably bo onoof tho managing men
of tho Radical cliquo, but ho will havo no
difficulty in signally defeating him.
Sional Distress. Thoro is n difficulty
between tho tolograph company nnd tho
government, which threatens to doprlvo
us of a perusal of tho weathor roports, a
deprivation which will bo ngony to bear.
Tho following noto speaks for itself.
Cairo Ills., July 1, 1S72,
El'lrOK ClIRO Ill'LLtllN
Sin Owinc to the suspension of facili
ties hitherto nlTordod liioSltrnol Sorvico,
by tho Western Union Telegraph Com
pany, tho issuo ot mo ttaiiy uuiiouns nuu
weather maps at this station will bo dis
continued until further notlco. It is to
bo hoped tho interruption will ho but
temporary. Local reports nro furnished
as usual. Very iiospcctiuiiy rec,
Thomas. L. Watson, Obsorvor.
C. Hauenstine, Architect. This
gentleman has established himsolf success.
fully In his business in this city. Ho last
your mado tho plans and specifications ot
John Gocckol's, Pelor NotTs nnd II. My
ers' buildings on Ohio Loveo, and Fred
Thcobold'i handsome residonnn on corner
Sixth and Walnut streets; and this year
mado the plan of Peter Cuhl's, Dr. Ward
nor,s, John Koehlor's, Gllbort Bunkmyer
and Smith's, and Lu Kleb's buildings. Ho
also superintended tho orection of all thi'io
buildings, and points to them for proof of
his ability to do good work in ids lino. Ho
mado the plans nnd specifications ot a pub
lie school bulldlui; in Metropolis, and of
many othor buildings hero and olsewhoro.
Ho asks tbo attention of tho public to his
works, and believes he is entitled to liberal
It is said by the 'Sun' that Hon. John
M. Lansden or Col. Putrick Uenrica Pope,
will bo tho radical candidato for County
Attorney this fall. And has Lansdun gone
back on tho philosopher, too I We nro
surrounded with amazement. Wo thought
John, being a man of firm mind, would
Fred. Blankenuero lias ongagod a
now pianist, an accomplished musioian,
who recently arrived from the old coun
try. Ho is a very lino porformor and
Fred's is a fine instrument; consequently,
tho music of tho Excelsior, like its liquors
and cigars, is not oxcelled in the west.
Go and liston to tho music and try somo of
Fred's cool Weiss boor. 6-23 tf
The Bulletin job printing is bitter
and cheaper than that of any office in
tho Btuto of Illinois. Wo mean what we
say. Come and sco us I
, R. Co.,1
AatKi's Orrici. I. C. K
Caixo, June 20, 1872.
Wo will commonco tho dato of oxcur
slon tickots for tho 4th of July to points
on tho lino of this road on the evening of
tho 3rd and discontinue on tho departuro
of tho cvcnini; train on tho 4th. Tickets
will be good until July 6th inclusive,
Ono and one-fifth fare will bo charged for
tho round trip. James Johnson, Ag't
Caution. Evoyy gonuino box of Dr.
McLean's Liver Pills bears tho signature
of Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., and
their private U. S. stomp. "Tako no
othor." Tho market is full of imitations.
It is tho popular verdict that pooplo who
havo been accustomed to tho use of Bitters
and Cordials aro obliged, eventually, to re
sortto McLean's Liver Pills for permanent
Henry H. Meyer, Plain and Fancy
and Ornamental Sign Painter, Graining,
Marbling, und Frosco Painting. Orders
solicited nnd satisfaction guaranteed.
Shop in the Perry House, on Commercial
avenue, corner Eighth street, Cairo, Illi
Dwellino House for Rent. The
second story of tho brick building on tho
corner of Washington avenuo and 13th
struct, containing six well finished rooms,
good cistern and nccessury out houses, is
for ront on reasonable terms. Apply to
Samuel M. Orr, Cnioy's coal yard, opposlto
St. Charles hotel.
Dan. Hartuan has received ono of the
largest stocks of Fruit Jarcs ever before
brought to Cairo, and is desirous of closing
it out without dolny. He thercforo odors
Mason's Improvod Porcelain self-scalors,
quarts at $8.00 per dozen; glass wire tops,
quarts, at 91.25 per dozen and half-gallons
at $2.00 per dozen. These are the cheapest
prists in the market. tf
The Methodist steamboat picnic on the
Fourth promises to bo u very successful
affair. A splendid pluno will be placed in
tho cabin of the Eckort, and dancing tunos
will not be inhibited. A largo number of
tho good people of Mound City und Me
tropolis will join the party.
The Rev. Mr. Thayer departed for a
cooler latitudo yesterday. During his
absence, his congregation will be compell
ed to worship off handed ; but when ho
returns, they will bo doubly paid for nny
deprivation they may have ondured. He
will bo rc-invigorated,and mado strong for
doublo duty in tho good work.
Tns latest sensation in Cairo is tbo
grand opening of Barclay Brothers' now
drug store, corner of Washington avenuo
und Eighth street, which will tako place
this evening. A raro treat is anticipated
in tbo way of a lino display of goods, and
everybody should avail thcmsolves of tbo
cordial invitation extended by the gentle
manly and handsome proprietors to bo
present and Inspect tho establishment.
There will bo a mooting of tbo com
mittees appointed by the different fire
companies in joint session this evening at
tho Rough and Ready ongino house, for
tho purpose of perfecting arrangements
for tho celobration of tbe coming Fourth
of July. By order of
Ch'n. Com. of Arrangements.
The call for a Democratic convention
to appoint delogatos to tbo Congressional
and Senatorial District conventions is
publishod this morning. The call for a
convention to nominate county officers
will not be issuod for sometime yet. Tho
boys who want offices must havo an op
portunity to mix among tho people.
Mr. John Q. Uarman is announced
this morning as a candidato for re-election
to tho office of Circuit Court Clerk of this
county. Mr. Uarman is bne of tho most
competent clerks in tho Stato. He has
hud years of experience, and has, we bo
Hove, friends enough to securo tbe olllco
for another term.
Mr. J. O. Smith has fitted up the old
stand of Schutter s into a first-class drink
ing and billiard saloon, and has furnished
tbo bar with all kinds of first-class liquors.
Ho has also replenished his wholesalo de
partment by laying in a carefully se
lected stock of liquors. Thero is not a li
quor store in Cairo that has a bettor stock.
Mr. Smith is determined to succeed In es
tablishing permanently, nnd asks the
public to givo him a liberal patronage, be
ing satisfied that tho peoplo who patron
izo him onco will not need to bo asked to
continue in his list of patrons.
Democratic Convention. The Dem
ocrats and Liberals of Alexander county
aro requested to moot en matte, at tho Court
house, in Cairo, Illinois, on Saturday, July
Otb, at 2 p. m., for tho purposo of nomi
nating four delegates to represent them in
tho Congressional Convention, to bo hold
at Cairo, on tho ICth inst., tonominatua
candidate for Congress from the Eight
eenth District, and a candidato for member
of tho Stato Board of Equalization for tho
same district. Also, to appoint ten dele
gates to represent tho Democrats nnd
Liberals of Alezandor, in tho Senatoral
District Convention to be held at Jones-
boro, Illinois, on the 23d inst, for tho
purposo of nominating a candidato for
State Senator and mombers of the House
of Representatives from this district.
By order of the Democratic Central
Committee of Alexander county.
John Uowley, Chairman,
W. W. Thobnton, Seo'y.
Cairo, Ills., July a, 1872.
But Weiss beer at the Thalia. 0-21dt
Col'M'iL Chamber, I
Cairo, Ills., July 1, 1672. 1
Present His Honor Mayor Lnusdcn
and Under, Cunningham, Phillis, Robin
son, Salford, Sense, Strutton. Swaync, Tuy
lcr, Walder and Wood 12.
On motion of Councilman Wood tbe
reading of tho Jonrniil wns dispensed
reports or orricERs.
The reports of tbo following named
officers were on motion of Councilman
Wood, received and ordored tiled, viz :
F. Ilross, P. M. for May; B. Shannessy,
P. M. for June; Wm. McHolc, jailer, for
June ; Police Constables Quinn and Lahuc;
A. Cain, city marshal, on dog tax collected
in June; Police Constable Quinn on tho
condition of street lamps in June ; and of
E. A.Burnett, comptroller, on requisitions
filled by him for street and drainage com
mittees. STRUT COMMITTEE REPORT.
Tho street committee lubmittod a report
rccommonding that in view of the largo
amount of work done on the sidewalks nnd
of the financial condition ot tho city in
consequence of the delay in collecting
tuxes, the force at work on tho streets nnd
sidewalks be reduced to the lowest possi
ble limit and the services of Mr. Jenkin's
gang and of D. McCarthy, assistant to
jailer, and of O. Lame, superintendent of
sidewalks, be dispensed with.
Tho committeo further rocomraonded that
thoy bo authorized to have such small jobs
of reparing on the sidowalks done as thoy
can arrango for.
Aid. Seaso moved to receive tho report
nnd concur in tho recommendation of tbo
committee. Carried by tho following
vote: Ayes Under, Cunningham, Phil
lis, Robinson, SalTord, Seaso, Stratton,
Swayne, Taylor, Wulder nnd Wood 11
Councilman Taylor from tho board of
directors of tho firo department to whom
was referred tho petition of tho Arab Firo
Company for an engineer for their steamer,
asked further tlmo lo report. On motion
of Councilman Wood further' tlmo was
Aid. Rcarden appeared nnd took his
ordinance committee report.
Aid. Sease from the committeo on ordl
nances submitted the following ordinances,
which were rend, nnd laiJ ovor for a
Providing for the construction of new side
and cross-walks on portions of tho westerly
sldo of Leveo street.
Bo it ordained by tho City Council of tho
city of Cairo :
Sec 1. That new sidewalks and cross
walks be constnictcd on the westerly sldo of
Levee street, between the Southerly line
of Fourth street and the Northerly lino of
f ourteenth street, in accordance witu tnc
provisions of Section 20 (twenty) of Ordl-
IIUUIU At, IIUUIIVVIIU tlJIJUUtl-U 1U1 UIJIUCI
27, 1871, nnd the provisions of such other or
dinances: us aro applicable, anu tnat tho snid
local Improvement shall bo made by special
taxation of the contiguous property nnd tho
cost thereof, paid for out of funds collected
by said special taxation.
1'rovidliur for fencing und Improving St.
Be it ordained by tho City Council of the
city of Cairo ,
Sec, 1. That tin impropriation of Twelve
Hundred (81,200), dollars be, and the same Is
berebv made, for the nurnosc of encloslm?
with a suitable fence nnd Improving St. Ma
rys rare, i nut tnc pasta- ot sum lenco snail
be of red cedar, eight loot loin:. lio and ono.
half feet above Ibo surface of tho ground,
and not less than live Inches in diameter,
with u base-board of cypress or white oak,
eighteen Inches wide and one Inch thick,
with live strands of giilvlnlated Iron wlru of
suitable thickness, stretched from post lo
ihisI. and the tho work be done under tho
direction of a special committee of three, to
ie appointed by the Mayor, and by days'
work or by contract, us snld commltten may
Skc. 2. That said committee bo ul-o mi-
thorlzcd to havo the logs, stumps nnd reeds
in said park burned or removed, and such
trccu planted as they may think expedient.
in .liitonnlnn mid tlx tho amount of revenue
to bo ralsad by taxation for the year A. V.
1872, ror city purposes.
Bo It ordalticd by the City Council of the
city of Cairo :
SEC 1. There ehall bo raised by taxation
for city purposes, for the year 1872, the fob
lowing huiuh of money, to wit ;
First To defray tho contingent and other
expenses of tho city, not otherwise provided
for, tho sum of 910,000 00, the suiuo to go
into, and constitute a part of, the general
Second. To defrnv the. costs and cxtioiisc"
of making Improvements upon tho streets
nnd nvenues nnd public ground" nf tho city,
not otherwise provided Tor, etc., tho nun or
910,000 00, tbo same to go Into and constl-
nue uic iiiiprovcmcm num.
Third. Tn tmv the Interest nn the bonds
or the city, not bthcnvlso urotlded for, tho
film of Sro.OW 00, the same to go Into the
rntirtll. Tn tmv Ibo Inli.c.l nu Ibn lmlids
or the city. Issued to l'ox, Howard A; Co.,
the rum of lti.NKI. Mm snnm tit tut net iinnrt
and exclusively uel for lite payment or said
last mentioned Interest,
r lull. To tmv the Interest nn t in bonds Is-
sued, or to be liicd, to the Cairo & St. Lou
Is Railroad Company, the sum of $8,000 00,
tho same when collected to bo set apart and
(ixclu-lvel v ucd for the pavmeiit of said lat
.sixth. lo pay the Interest on tho bonds
to bo Issued to the Cairn .V Vlneelines Rail
road company, the sum of Siy) 00, the
same, when collected, to bo set apart and
exclusively tiH'd for the payment or said lat
mentioned Interest, thus making In the ag
ri-gate, the sum or 9.Yi,lftO OK, to be ral-eil
v taxation for the tmnmscH above enumer
SEC. 2. The Mnvor mid Clerk, nf snld i Itv
of Cairo, shall, on or bcroro the second Tucs-
nay ot Atigiit, A. I. 1872, certify to the
County Clerk of Alexander coiintv that the
city ol Cairo requires the sum of $17,160 00
to no raiscu ny taxation ror cltv nurnoses.i
Nice. :i. Tho Coimtv Collector nf said Al
exander county, Is berebv authorized to re
ceive orders or serin in nnvuient nfeltv taxes
to tho extent of seven twentieths (7-20) or
uio amounts ituo irom all pcrolts ami lioiucs
SIX'. 4. It shall be the tlutv or the City
Ireastirer, whenever the Count v Collector
or said Alexander county shall pay over to
mm euy nixes, m money or city timers or
scrip, to apportion the money between the
imir scjcriu uisj named, minis tor mo pay
ment or Interest In proportion to the said
several amounts to be rasscd for that mir
pose, and to divide tho orders or serin, land
money, when the ald four several siini or
funds arc satisfied) oUiilly between the raid
general nnd Improvement funds". And
It . shall be the further duty of
saw ireastircl to keep all or said
funds or sums of mnnei' seiinrute
nnd apart, ami lo apply (hem excltislvclv to
the said several luiipo-e-l lor which they arc
io oe rinsed, as Herein speellleil.
in relation to local Imprntemeuts,
He It ordained by tho City Council or the
cltv or Cairo :
bEC. 1. That the provisions or article Ix
(ultie) or an uct entitled, "An Act to provide
lor the Incorporation ol' Cities and Villages,"
passed by the Ucncral Assembly or this state
at a late ses-lon, and approved April 10, l&J,
uu nun tnc same nro licrcnv adopted ny tm
Council and bv said cltv of Cairo, and all lo
cal Improvements hereafter to be made by
said city, shall bo made, and the costs there'
or arscssed nnd collected as provided Tor by
uic provisions ol raid article nine or ald act
Sec. 2. That nil ordinances and part" ol
ordinances in conflict herewith be, and the
mine are hereby repealed.
providing for the appointment of a Health
lie It ordained by the City Council of the
city oi cairo:
SEC. 1. That an additional Pollen im.li,
ble, to net as Health officer, be appointed by
the Ma) or and City Council, lu accordance
wim me provision, ot tne city Chartnr, to
bold his oillce lloni the first day or .lime un
til the nrt day or October In each and everv
year, provided, be may bo removed at ntiv
tune ny a majority or I lie members clecteil
lo both branches ol the Cltv Council. The
duties or ald officer shalf he to examine
Irom time to time all place- and premises In
the city, with a view to ascertain the exist
ence of anything that mav lend to lckne.s or
disease ; to ascertain and report to the prop
er officers the exl.tenee of anv mil-uiiee,
place or thing likely to be Injurious to the
public health, and to adopt proper measures
ordinances i me cltv for their
uiiaiciiieni iinu rcmotal, ami nolirv all per
sons of tin; reiUlrcmeiis of the "Hoard of
Health and or the Cltv ordinance- In rela
tion thereto ; to promptly make report fo the
proper officer of Hie cltv of all violations nf
the ordinances and regulations of the cltv In
relation to the preservation or the public,
health, mill generally to do and perform all
duties that may be properly required of him
by the Hoard of Health orelty authorities lu
SEC. 2. said 1'ollco Constable, acting a
Health officer, shall have aiithorllv to rvo
all notices, writs, and processes required for
the enforcement or all regulations and ordi
nances pertaining to the preservation of the
public health of the city, ami Tor the collec
tion of any penalties impo-ed for a violation
or the same, and shall he paid at the rale nf
seventy-live dollars a month.
FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT.
Tho llnanco committeo reported that
thoy had lakon up, canceled nnd destroyod
by burning, five $100 bonds bearing 10
per cent interest and numbered 223, 221,
227, 223 mid 229, issued September 1st,
.180-3 to Wm. I). Andrews & Bra, In lieu
of which thoy havo issued bond No. 2 for
$500 boaring tho samo Interest as tho
bonds destroyed nnd being the first of tho
now issuo authorized by ordinance No. 10.
On motion of Councilman Taylor tho
report was received and ordered filed.
A potltion from tho Delta tiro company
for 600 feet rubbor hose, and also praying
to bo exempted from street tux and strcot
labor was, presented, and on motion of
Councilman Wood, refflrred to tho com
mitteo of tho firo department.
Petition of.Wm. U. Schuttor, praying a
tranfor of his saloon liennso to J. C. Smith,
was on motion of Alderman Sease, tubled
Potitlon of Louis Jorgonson praying the
council to order thn city clork to dollvor
to him a city ordor amounting to $21,50,
now in the ordor book bolonging to Wm.
Bauman, tho petitioner having obtained
ajudgmcnt ngainstsnid Bauman in that
amount, tho petitioner agreeing to give
bond In doublo said umount for a return of
tho amount of the order in enso It is called
Councilman Wood moved to table.
Councilman Taylor movod as n substituto
that tho petition be granted, Councilman
AVood then withdrew bis motion.
Alderman SalTord movod lo amend by
referring to tho committee on claims.
Carried. A potitlon wns read from n
number ot property holdorsnnd merchants
on tho Ohio lovoo, representing that tho
width of the sidowalks on Levco ctreet, as
required by the now ordinances, is not
sufficient for tho business and travol on
said street, and that tho siduwalks on that
street, as they now stnml, aro none too
wide. Tho petitioners nsk that tho prcsont
ordinances bo changed so as to authorizo
tho width of said sidowalks to bo tho same
as it now is.
Aid. Wnldor moved to refer to tho com
mitteo on ordinances. Councilman Wood
moved tn amend by tabling, Amendment
A petition of property holders on tho
north sldo of Sixth street between Wash
ington avenuo and Walnut strcot, remon
strating against tho building of a sidownlk
at that plnce, nnd praying the extension of
tho sewer on that street, was on motion of
Aid. Robinson, laid upon tho tnblo.
The following bills woro presented, and
on motion roferrcd to the nronor commit.
too, viz :
Close & Vincent, 2 bbls limo and
drayagi...., 3 00
R, H. Cunningham, runt of coun
cil ouiming tor June ,, to oo i
60 W r
Marshall Bates, hauling dead
cow 6 00
Jos. Arnold, cash paid on account
ot small-pox cases 1 00
L. 11. Myors, balnnco duo on ac
count of hogs Impounded in
Juno 10 00
Wm. Mcllnle, diutlng prisoner
in June. 400 days 200 00
A. Cain, June salary as city mar
sl.nl... 76 00
Jos. II. Tavlor. Juno salary as
rite treasurer 100 00
M. J. Howloy, Juno inlary as
cltv clerk iw uu
L. H, Myers, Juno salary as chlof
of Dollco 88 83
II. F. Martin, Juno salary as po-,
I Ico consume to uu
R. F. Bllllngsly, Juno salary as
Dollco constnblo 76 00
C. Mohnor, Juno salary as police
constable 76 00
J in. Quinn, Junu salary as police
constabio 70 uu
Phillip Halm, Juno salary as po
Ilea constabio 76 00
Jas C. Labile, Juno salary as po-
llco constabio 76 00
Jas. Summorwoll, June salary as
health olllcor, V clays 22 0v I
E. A. Burnett, May salary as 'l
E. A. Burnett, Juno salary as
Thus. McCnle, hauling drunkon
man to jail
J. P. Gamble, appropriation as per
resolution adopted March 28,
A Cain, impounding nnd killing
31 dogs in Juno lit
Cairo City Gas Company, gas con
sumed lu 84 street lamps In
Juno 294 00
John A. Koeblor, 3 padlocks and
koys 1 60
E. C. Ford, repairing dog pound.. 3 02
J no. U. Oberly, publishing coun
cil proceedings in Juno and
othor advertising 40 03
Arab Firo company, 1 quarter's
allowance to July 1st 60 00
Hibernian fire company, 1 quar
ter's allownnco to July 1st.... 60 00
Rough and Ready firo company,
2 quarter's allownnco to July
1st 100 00
N. Cnntwell, running garbage
cart last of June 63 83
B. Sbunncssy, P. M., May and
Juno salaries 60 00
N. A. Devore, 21 day work on
sidewalks in June 63 00
Frank Bemis, 26 days work on
sidowalks in June 60 00
Thos. Fitzperald, 25 days work
on sidewalks in June 60 00
M. Jenkins, 22 days work on
sidewalks in June 67 60
A. King, 22) days work on side
walks in June 45 00
Thos. Jones, days work on
sidowalks in June 45 00
Wm. Mcllale. 24 days work on
sidewalks in June 49 00
Peter Conlan, 24 days work on
sidewalks in Juno 49 00
Dan'l McCarthy, 21 days work
on sidowalks in June 49 00
Jno. Gladuey, hauling 118 loads
sidewalk lumber 69 00
John (rladney, hauling 3 car
loads sidewalk lumber 16 00
C. Lame, June salary as dipt, of
sidewalks 76 00
Morris, Rood ii Co., 6,168 feet
lumber at $18 r M 92 81
Morrii, ItoodeV Co., 640 feet lum
ber at $23 und 4,616 feet at $18
V M 101 13
Morris, Rood A' Co., 1,110 feet
lumber at $23 and 4,309 fect at
$18 104 17
John Cahill, for tilling on Syca
more ttroct, 86C cubic yards at
66 cent, $170 80, for which tbo
street committee rccommond
payment of $397 for 722 cubic
yards, being cstimato of Aid.
Tho following resolution offered by"y
Alderman Seaso was on motion of Alder
man Under, adopted, viz:
Jttnlccd, That tbo city clerk be and be
is hereby authorized to give each member
of tbo city council and each city officer a
cony of the revised ordianancesof the cltv
.and to sell tbo remainder to such persons,
as may wish to purchase, at 50 cents a eopy,
excepting 100 copies which aro to be re
tained for future use by the city authori
ties. i.iyubii iion lib.
Councilman Taylor moved that tho
liquor bonds awaiting action be considered
Bonds of J. C. Smith were prcsontcd.
Councilman Taylor moved that they be
approved, if, on referenco to tho city at
torney, lie finds thorn in due form. Car
ried. Tho bonds of Frank Gazzolo, Harry
Walker, Louis Herbert, Catharlno Bri
bach, F. T. Rexford, John Gates and D.
Devlnu ware, on motion, approved on tho
Bonds of Mrs. C. Rottier woro prcsontod,
having II. M. Houlon and F. Korsmoycr
as securities on the Stato bond, and Jas.
A. Phillis and Daniel Hehl as as securities
on tho city bond.
Alderman Seaso moved to approve.
Councilman Wood moved to amend by
rofcrring to a committee of three. Both
motions withdrawn. Aid Robinson moved
to approvo on tho samo conditions as tho
other bonds woro. Lost. On motion of
Aid. Safl'ord tho bonds woro then referred
to the city attornoy to examine and roport
whethor tho securities aro good and suf
ficient. OFFICIAL 110ND.)
Tho official bond of James Summerwell
us special pollco constable, with John H.
Oberly and W. J. Hamilton as sureties,
was presonled and on motion of Aid.
On motion of Councilman Wood, ad
M. J, Howlxy,
Ills, Central R. R. Comi-'t,
Aoent's Office, Juno 28, 1872.
To persons wishing to uttond tbo na
tional democratic convention to be held at
Baltimoro, July 9th, 1872, wo will sell
round trip tickets from Cairo to Balti
moro and return, good to go from July 1st
to July 9tb, nnd to return up to and in
cluding July 31st.
Thoso tickets may bo had either via
Pittsburg and Ilarrisbnrg over tho Penn
sylvania Central, or via Effingham, Cin
cinnati nnd Purkersburg over tho Balti
more & Ohio railroad, at $30 80; or via
Odin, Cincinnati and Parkorsburg at
$28 85. Passengora selecting either routo
will havo tho privilego of visiting Wash
ington city without oxlra charge. Pull
man palaco drawing room and sleeping
cars will he run through from Odin and
Effingham to Baltimore without change.
7-2-ot. James Johnson, Ag't.
Weiss beer constantly on hand at tho
Thalia saloon. fl-lldlf