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OiTFIOEJ iSTo. 13 Tenth Stvoot, Thornton's Building.
FRIDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 3. ISM.
jpiJN II. OBERLY & CO
Tenth Auniinl Ilrport oTIIirlr
It devolves upon mo, its' the chief mag
istrate of thin company, to briefly re
view Its history nir the past your, ami
previous ones from Its organization; und
it Is with u deal of pleasuie I appear bo
foro such u large and Intelligent assem
bly, to deliver tills, my tenth annuul ad
dress. 'leu years ago this very tiliit, thin
hour, this minute, was this company
brought into existence, In an old frame
building, need forii till finnp, and waf?
urtlby.uafonuoino time also, as uur oti
glue house, whero now stands Ylnlcr'a
blouk. Mytiolf and tiluvun other signed
and trained the constitution and by-laws
-tliat memorable and nevcr-to-bc-for-iotri'ii
Instrument that wo iHtmchcd our
bark out- on, und Hint hot! governed us
no to the present tlmo.' Of these twelve
oiljnatn'rrigr fotiiiiier there ((re.liuftwo
remaining, G. Weldpn aud . iiiyK'WV
One of the number we ltmfby death, tho
other nine have removed froth' llid city.'
"When J look buck und tliihkof.llibglor
lotin deeds Dial have been doite by tills
company, originating from such a small
body; and eat my eyiMtiound thin ntajre
this evening, and see such a largo and
Nourishing company so well organised,
I can?wiy.rwitlH pride, our labor for the
paM tcii'yt'arH, Iiuk not been in vain, and
tliut a brlulit and glorious future is in
prospect for us.
1 1 also allonls m great pleasure to ha ve
wil)i,u our brother ilremuii from I'adti.
call, the nobh; rtmto of Kentucky; al-o
Mayor of diHeri'i-tcllles, the Mayor and
Councllruen of tho city of Cairo, mem
herb of ill e pros", and oilier dintinguich
d guests, botli from ubroadand at home,
all uniting wH ' celet'ratlng our an
niversary And an Arabs we tender them
all the hospitalities or the Arab Camp;
i when they return home, they will at
way n member the Aral) iiiiip.wy and
the uiemben cnmixlng It, with lively
gratitude and a hcarlfilt wish for it
in thu organization, and during the life
of this company, we have made no pro
cc.'slons, resplendent with thegllttoranil
pomp of circumstance to Increase our
numbers, but havo ulwuyt purnued the
even tenor of our way, doing good ser
vice whenever and wherever duty calls
us, let It bo In times of fire, at the rich
couch or around the dlitnal grave. There
you find (he Aral), with his admiuMer
lug hand always ready; then and there
you -cu the worklug ol this Institution
in all Its glory, It action speaking loud
er than words. To carry out the great
objects of this company and to perpetu
ate the same, from .applicants for mem
bership, we reelect mute hflt the l"t of
men. And I can tafely my to-night, 1
defy any company in the I nited Stater
to show a better record, or to tiuipto 'H
in thu materiul wu are composed of.
I shall limy, as briefly a podble, give
you an account of Hie number ofalurms
of tire In the pat ten years, their origin,
loss, etc., to.wlt: Alarms, SUM, "Cor
them Liming chlmneyH or totally false,
and IMo actual flres, at 16o of which tliN
company did nctoul service, and in many
CAM- thu only company at work. Tho
amount of property de-troyed during
this period is iu follows. From
Scut. I. t. VnhH. . t.:m fcl:."T0(O
1 4 Ul,
1 1". ,
1, I NX
lf. . .
!N, : .. .
Being in amount about one half of all
the taxable property in (lie city, iuclud
Im: real estate, personal nronertv. man
ies, bank stocks, etc , said amount would
erect another Cairo as large as thu Cairo
oflo'dav. Not unite one-half of this
amount being covered by insurance, it
"kwi boon a MmiroJcus to the inhubilantt
anil lias driven many a man from our
The number of alarms the past year
awaniWr to-wltz (alse, 1; burning chlm
nv, 1; lamp bursting.!!; uotual fires, 18;
At loof thesvtho'cuuipatiy did actual ser
vtce, and In all oav4was the first to
work, putting puf several fires before tho
other coin dun lea got to work, and at
liomo tln- working over four hours all
alone. Deduct ithe.dos of steambouts
iurned at our wharf the past year, would
reduce the Joss Jn Cairo proper to 71
530, or (he stitiY of $7,49.Vovcr the prevl
Tlio oxpeuso for thu nialntaluaucc of
the company for the past year lias, by
strict economy been much less than the
previous one Tlioyear's expenses being
f018J. as follows: Repairs $71 22. salar
ies SlfiO 05; relief bonoflts, Silo 31); print-
U Ing and taxes S22 6; sundries $2f!i 10,
tilnco our organization 2-'i2porsoushuvc
united t)iuuisolyc3 with us, during which
Jtlmo," wo' iavo lost nino members by
death, Jltfc." pf Atln?m by accident. , Une
lundieilaiid forty-nipo liayo either re
lt;uoilMruUtoye(( from, our city,. or been
,, p'olhullrqrjabn.paymqnt of, tUjcs io tho
oW W(Ydf'nO active
irtemborH in good standing on company
ioll this ovonlug,' comprising Home of tho
Very best olUzcus,
Bin 00 tlmorganlzutiou of the company,
up to tho presonttime, bystrlot economy
and lluanctajl ability, it ha? accumulated
abo following real estate, persnnnl pro
perty, cash, bonds, etc. :
Kncino IIOH'O mut IaiU, ,1 i. 1 .
Thnc Immlri'il inl fixt.v i j.iini l,1!"''!
. iin ltri-lD foi-KtraiDcr... Ik tut
l OnhftiiIKnBn'',"rltUiiAntt(" .........
Hohe'Pi'M l'vr,muiii'ancl WJOtv't-tlwo...
Ono fiul (an....,.....j...r
1IH Fnrultnr'TO'l T-liinrcs
iJoinpimy Hoxln HK'I larnj'u'rmlln..
nll uml CI(K..k.i
Notes lor money toiul, elo.
Duo irom iiiuinwre.
Dm, Irnlil I'll V IS.ili
wimda In Itelief Fund 2.131 St
Kuuiln luCJenwit l'und.
Total nsacti.'. f 21,190 I'l
And not ono dollar of our scrip ou. 11
is wnfldcntly expected that early In the
spring will hco tliocoinmencemcnt of our
now engiuo house, thero being paities In
Now York corresponding with us and of
fering to tako our bonds; and when com
pleted It will bo an ornament to any
city. Tho contemplated cost of It Is
cotlnmted to be over $120,000. Before con
cluding I would say. we are not only a
lire company but also a benevolent and
charitable association as you, will per
ceive bv my report of assets. We have
In our itelief Fund tho sum of $2,431 IX),
ami rapidly Increasing, for tho benefit of
tholju Arab, the widow and tho orphan,
fjaid fund Is a sacred fund,' and is main
tained by a monthly assessment of fifty,
cents on each member, and in caso of
death an asscssmerlt of oiio dollar f as
sessed upon each living one. Tills plan
has worked so well, und with so much
success that the railroad conductors havo
adopted a similar plan, also oilier benoV
Tho company now being ton years old
and working under a charier from tho
Htate which continues .it In force until,
the year 10'X), exinjptliiff'mruibers from
mi itla duly, road and poll tax, Jury ser
vleo. etc.! and when bick tho BUtn or
seven dollars per week lKglyei,,and ,iu J
cae or (learn an Mineral expenses puiu,
besides various other bcnellls, making It
a very dc rat) e as well as a useful insii. 1
tutlon to be connoctt'U witn. 1
In cone us on let me say that the com- ,
pany being founded on such a solid La 1
sis, together with tho character and '
Manning ()rtiie men coinpoM ig its mem-,
liornwl iroij haa boon received at
Cummins llle, Ohio, from California, it
came by mall, and seventeen slumps
were rcrjulred to tend it through.
A child In Lebanon, Indiana, bursted
an eyeball during a paroxysm of whoop
ing cough the other day.
l ite la-t Carlist rlclng coH the .Smnish
Government lo,00"i,00 reals.
Another iliauiond lias been found at
CajKs of Good Hope. U i" valued at?-J00,
Calafornla papers say that they cannot
help It if eastern dealers do a-k "hog pri
ces'' for l'aclllc fruits.
The Hev. Mr. Hosai, of 1'almer, Mass.,
put up his horse at a rattle the other day,
and Hold H00 ticket ntJ cents each.
General IOiigstreet, thu Surveyor of
New Orleans, lias appointed several col
ored men to positions, In ills department.
l'nf. lioeltm. oneof the most celebrated 1
stircoons of Her 11. lias JU-.1 uicu irom
blood poi-oning. contracted while
sectimr a corpse.
iK-Ktlr ltr. t Dir.
t , , (iru, llli., rtptmiW ;lj ltJ.
Present HIk honor thu Mayor, and
Couucllmcn Jorgensen, Martin, O'Calla-
bun, ltearden and Wllliauibou o.
The following report or the Flnanco
Committee was ordered to bo entered on
the rocords, and the reading dispensed
Gknti.kmk.v: Your Flnanco Commit
tee, to whom were assigned tho duty of
Investigating tho financial condition of
the city government, in order that tho
Council mk-lit Intelligently determine
tho rate of taxation which should be lev
ied upon the present assessment of prop
erty, would respectfully report as follows:
Tho Municipal laxn,
Section 1, Artlclo V, of tho Charter,
gives to tho Council power to levy and
collect taxes for three purposes, viz:
Fiiisr. To dorray the couiingent aim
other expenses or tho city, not otherwlsu
provided for, tho taxes for this purpose,
collected, together with tho moneya aris
ing from licenses and all other sources,
aud not otherwiso appropriated by tho
Charter, to be designated: "The General
Skconu. To defray the cost and expou
uoh of maklner Improvements upon thu
streets, avenues aud public grounds of
the city, not otherwise, provided for, in
eluding expenses lor mu puuuo
mimns ami urainace, 1110 mxes
purposo collected to be designated:
Titiui). To py the Interest on bonds of
tho city, ami tor me creation o n anm
(,u Fund, the taxes for this purposo col
lpiTiod to bo designated: "Tiie In'.oreat
.4tiioimf of Tax Levy.
Knr the General Fund, onedialf of one
I per centum per annum, upon tho assess
ed value oi an property ui mo uuy, iciw
and personal, may be levied; for tho Im
provement Fund, ono-half of ono per
centum: and for tho Interest Fund, ouo
hair of ono perrcoHtum.J lly Section 23,
Amendment to the Charter, authority Is
given to levy a special tax sufficient to
pay Interest upon bonds Issued jn settle
ment of any judgment against, or otler
indfcbtness of tho city, from which sec
tion tho Council derives power to obtain
Interest upon tho Fox, Howard & Co.
streets, im-liiding Jailor' wagct whlto work-
Inc yrUwicr i-i .i..a...t. oo
.,.. ?,IW vu
T.itid S'J,W0 00
Oil lioniU-WJ.OU 00 8 10,020 67
On Fox, Howard 4 Co'a lionds JJi""' J"'
lloiids lieuOL'iuiK itnp J.aio w
Trtiftl!....:.i....-...il.'...i H...I...;.....- S ,2ti' 6T
9 l,l 33 l
born, ami Ulf uifiamca repu-auou unas ( rio, ,CTr) Ofrmiglit iTopald'lii rinlcrfC
earned, is a sure guarantee -of the . futuro t 'tr(.llSjUry, and ?21 "10 r,7 in
nrosooctH and properitv of Hie old rolla-1 nion'iy TI10 in'dnev to nay the bonds
ble, independent Arab Mro Company. (,u aml uecom,1(; ,u,0 within tho year,
Ladles ond gentlemen. I thank you. ' ,unst bo raised by a levy made unuer
h a FM Levy Kcccs&aryt
That wo may determine whether it is
necessary to levy up to tho authority of
tho Charter, we must ascertain, by esti
mating tho probable expenses of tho
city government, how much money will
be required during the current fiscal year
for each fund mentioned above. In pur.
Huauco of this nbjeot .wo have prepared,
tho following tablcH, viz:
...JF. S i,toooi
roliec MKltrato -
Chief or Puller
Hix I'dtlci. ConMoMf
.Market Stditer : .
( erk' Ofll' ftitKl Council Otmuator..
'trlctlnjt rrlfimcr in City JU-
I'ruitliiK nutl Ailvorillmi.
1 t") on
llonrtl o Hvaltli,
ttvi.lci.'iU . ..
" 'r,ftIi.T.'i..r r.M..ia-.li. 1J.M0, ti (')
ExrKNDiTt itK- mow imimiovt-miim' itsd
i t' 1 "'
ti 1 t-.timntcd Km-n-hurr .
SoWj, aivl )fnnft
0fli,Is nmount, if a full
. . . . .. ..1. t -
section 1, article 1, and tho Interest on
tho Fox, Howard Jc Co. bonds, $9,7o0,00
bj a levy under section 28, amendment
to the charter.
boutee of tV.i Jlcvuiuc.
Tho revenue to pity this Indebtedness,
Is derived from llconaes, fines, the
market, street tax and by taxation on
the general warrant. Tho estimated In
come from tiie. four flr.t. .mentioned
source" is as follow, viz:
l.i ,,.. - tA)IO
Kiu from I'nii. e MnMr. : - ....
Mrkct Vf' l'
-tr.-ctTix . ... tLl
TrttMl WM DO
Amount of General Warrant.
Deducting from 15,0:13 00, tho amount
that might be paid in scrip, flO.&OOOO, in
como from lIcenseK, flues, market ami
street tax, we find that, to defray the
estimated expenses of the city govern
ment, over and above the iucomo from
licenses, Ac, SlU.iao 00 must be raised
upon the general warrant, besides the
amount to be raised to pay interest upon
The above llirures are estimated, and
I., tt... mil. .I... . if vi.iir nniiimllti.i,. 1L
itturL-tu ofauv SO.000 should uc left to
meet extraordinary and unlooked for ex
neiiditures which It may bo necessary to
I make during tho year. Tills amount, ad-
' ded to the estimated S1,1H0 00, gives
Jl"6,iaij 00 an the limit or tiie city ex
pendltures over and above tho Incomo
from licenses, dc , for twelve months.
The assessed value of property for lfe!0
ThcLcvySor Current car.
With tlieso figures before tho commit
tee, the conclusion was arrived at that
tho levy should be as follows, viz:
Intcmtun Cftmal Honied ir.d'btcdnc--.
and to pay luid.tu tmd cutnlUK lu
within .Uir year lovy f one-half per
pntutn. elinc l,wt
IntrcKlon Vox, ItunarilA Co's boudiouc.
(inarli rof onn pr centum, living
Orneral l'und, iiif-lialf un pur cvuluui,
Klflng - ,
Iniproyrinont Kiind. 0R-quartr cf on
jrci.ntum,j?ixin . v
Add in Oils liuome from License, .v.
AnJ tht loUt mwuuoof the Clt) for the
yctr would Im - 1 IV'S 00
This low will ul vo for the Fox, How
ard fe Co. fund $975 34 less than tho ch-
tinmto. imt this funu mav uo lounn, ou
settlement withuhat ilrm, to be short of
tho estimate. Knot, tho ueiiciency can
bo supplied out of tho general Interest
fund, slnco tho levy to pay interest on
in,, itumtn will L'lvean amount ox
nooiltntr bv several thousand dollars
what is necessary.
FaC(' . , , ,
Ymir I'ommittrJo In nursti ng their In
vestlgatlous, ascertained certain Import
ani r,iot wlilnh tliev believe should be
laid beroro tho council and the publlo
Thf. Serin Account.
On the 2Gth of Angust, Inst., tho scrip
accountof the city according to tho booKs
nf tin f tamntrollur and Treasurer, was as
rollows, viz: ,.,.. ,
............ I. n iMAlmlillV l A. If (1W inl
. i!i'u claim I,l 7
Tfoury Draft outatandlur. , ,IIK at
From hl mint bo deducted t
riorin held tiy K. II. & Co. to
IjcVettlVdhy I-ult.bond., 11I.W2 1
Treafiircr'a fwtamo in (ien-
cral Fund. Alii. S, 109 1.822 10
9 139 C7 t
Collected by Tre aaurer lnce
9 U0,l CO
Which le.uei i,5riioultandinB,
win Hml iinou an examination of the
arin rilstor. thnt thero is about So.000
moro scrip outstanding than tho Com
ptroller's reports, from, which tho abovo
estimates wero'takeii, show, This dis
crepanoy may have arisen from neglect
to mark oil" scrip when redeemed, but It
Is n mutter wulon iletnunus investigation
uud wo tberofororecommonu that a com
mltteo bo raised lor uiai purpose.
The total Indebtedness 6f tho city on
August 20, 1800, we ascertained to be as
IlnnlNoiltHtandtllK 9 17t,0M 00
8oripul8tiindtne (includliift 'Irenmiry
9 IIO.TiT IT
Lens balanco In Treasury.
tlreonhnuk Fund -
Filling and (IradlnK Hind
Total City ludebtedne AUK 28. 1800, 305,531 20
rotui Mty in.ie nondi
Tho following table, which we baye
jirt:Juicu w 1111 v.. ivun i mm;-
montof tho bonded itidubtedness of tho
u 1 S
1 " 'rfa
i ! !SM A ft ;
S i iz .' ti :2 it J
I4I V - A
C-"--n T-r'-lZ S.fZi-
4Z rS t ...
" Sj 2 -
1 ! ' ! i I ! 1
1 1 ti-
14 1 i
WHEN BONOS BECOME DUE.
I'alt Duo "-;:
1m9, S)t.iiU'r 1.
1K, I)cfriilT 1....
IsTi), rtptt'inlicr I...
170. Stiilenil-r 'A,
Ki t oj
oi no -37.
1S71, PlitrinUT l
17'2, Sei.tctnlwr t.
irr3, Jtrty T- 1
U73, Stitcli)lcr I '
IsTl, s..ptctnl'r I
If7a, i.iicinl r 1. 1
I'M, Jim y or.tnly..' 1
1 KNj. .V.ii.iilM-rU '
l"C7. (k'tolr i
Jrtiiu ir) I
All .1 wli" h h ro-celfullv niilinutl.'.l
. . . jamCs cauuoll,
JOHN W. Mi'KKK.
Thu following resolution from tho
Hoard of Aldermen was, on motion of
Councilman ltearden,' concurred in:
. ...... ... . i
ltosoiveu, t)V tue city council oi uieuuy
or Cairo, That the assessment lists
prepared by tho'Clty Awesaor; In accord
ance with law, aud now. before the Coun
cil, bo and tlio same are hereby approved
as amended, aud tliat inesaiiiitsi uunieu
iti tho City Clerk's olllco.
Resolved. That taxes levied on the
C roper ty thus assessed, for taxation, tdiall
e at the rate of ono-half of one per
centum upon tho assessed valuo thereof
..... ..... r. I W I at 1. ...... ...... I I...
to raise ttiu vjenerni i;uii inimuinuji
(Section 1 Article 4 of tho charter, one-
quarter of one per centum on the assess,
ed valuo thereof to ralie tho Imi-rovo-
uienlFuud, as provided in satu tsection
and Article, otic-bulf of one per, centum
on iho assos'sbd value thereof to raise the
Interest Fund as provided In salti bection
and Article, and ono ouarter of quo per-
contiim on tho assessed valuo thereof to
raise a special tax to pay Interest upon
bonds Issued to Fox, Howard & Co., as
provided for In Boctipti 23!6fptho.AiQerid
ment to the City Charter, approved Feb
ruary 10, 18C'.t. ...
Resolved, That tho Cltv Clerk be and
ho Is hereby Instructed to prepare a iro
por warrant, authorizing tho City Col
lector to collect the taxes as aforesaid,
and when prepared the proper officers of
the city, are hereby Instructed and auth
orised to sign, seal aud deliver the same,
In uccurdaiico with the charter and ordi
nances of the' city.
A resolution In relation to taking mon
ey from tho Interest fund and placing
the same in tho sinking fund for tho pur
poso of paying tho bonds of tho oity bo
comlngdue in tlio month of September,
1800, adopted byj.ho Hoard of Aldermen
and laid boforo tho Select Council for con
currence, was, on motion of Council
man Jorgonseii, concurred in, and tho ro
commendations therein contained adopt
ed. Thero was also laid before the Hoard a
resulutlou, adopted by tho Hoard iff Al
dermen, in regard to appointing a com
mittee of three to investigate tlio dis-
' cropaiioy Ih thb issiid'of scrlpvolliiUed'to
. by til0 jinauct comnittcuIn their recent
report, whjch on motion fot Cotincllnian
Martin was concurred In," anil" tho re
commendation contained in said reso
lution -(looted. .
. Couiioilmeu Martin, Jorgcuseu and
Aldermon MoKee woro appointed tho
Tho Ma vor staled that lid had reeolvod
i .....II..U,... r.nm iim A nil. I.'lrn Com-
uiv.tt.i wu .... - - - -
oany for tho moaibers of the Cltv Conn-
1 oil to participate In tho celebration of
a-- 5tfrfst- .Sr
their tenth anriivfcrsaiy, Sei.lembcr 1st,
18G9, which was accepted by tho Hoard
Councilman Jorgensen moved to nc-
?sli t t li oi?i v f t n 1 1 ohf 'Motion ' carried.' D 0
Also an Invitation- to send delegates
to the Commercial Convention to beheld
at Keokuk, on Heptetnbet 7th, in relation
ttrwhlch-the- following resolution waw
presented and on motion adopted:
Ilesolvcil. Mv lliu "'hi. n.mnntl nt tho
city of Cairo, that tiie Mayor bo author-,
Ized to appoint four delegates to repreT
sunt tho oity in tho Commercial Conven
tion to no hold at Keokuk, loiva, Sep
tember 7th,.l8C9. (Which was adopted by
tlio Ward of Aldermen )
Councllmou Reardeu moved to concur
In tho action of the Hoard of Aldermen,
Motion carried and resolution adopted.
Couucllmcn Isarclay appeared aud took
Tho Clerk presented and read an ordi
nance in relation to salaries of tho nhrlit
, j - r-u -
police, and an ordinance in relation to
'Tlio Fire Limits of tlio city of Cairo,"
and an ordinance to amend section num
bered 2l7 of "An Ordlnanco to adopt the"
Ordinances of thu city of Cairo, as revis
ed and codified," which sfivcral ordiuaiic
qcs having been passed upon by the
Hoard of Alderman, wore on motion of
Couticiltnau Jorguusuu, laid over for a
second reading in tills Hoard.
Also, an ordinance to amend Ordi
nance) No. IS, entitled "An Ordinance in
regard to sate of fresh meats' in tho city
of Cuiro. 'jds being the second reading
of tlie ordlnhncb in the '.Select Council,
the same was referred to the Hoard of
Aldermen for adoption.
On motion adjourned.
City Clerk, ;ro few. 0
THE RlTEIl GOD
IS XI ID IX 33 :
niK aiikxic OMtitv or tiii: uim-
TKliX WATKIM on tho miijiiilic. nt nc r steam
er iiat, i.ir.-'h.i.il nmt ppn'tlj
i-)ui j.jm-.I bylkeilrlRiilidf Onlyand lAlu
DAN KICK, For Ills Omi (Jrcat Clrcu.
With ttiu. i, luxf nr mkrnu Truiiiuihul I inJ
Tour ihrouuli lh. U e.t and h.'iill. mid viln. li com
iifiaei. an tiHrltallcl array of the . -l i-t utt-l moi
gracefully p.x-iiniliil i.tdy ai.d II. rl
KQVKSTHIAX AKTISTKS :
The moot Olfled. Feailrh and Scnsittlunal nidiirr ,
Leaiiert), Gymnal. AcrMntj, Athletci. nnd Piktln
BUl.ticil OenerAl reri'irmerK . mul tlin ImnilaomeSlaDd
most astonlaninKty inlellUcci
F.ver convened within the rn.K" cirelf of tli ' n.u
intluiling the 8100.000 lll.INU MAUVKI,,
WIM. KMimiT T CilHO OS
SATI'KIMV, SKITKMIir.lt 4, lCl),
"OLD DAN Kl( ?K"
' OLD DAK KMCF
In Id" "Old Tlinn"otiajotrM"
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