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'2Z THERE BEEN NO RAWLINS
il t?'j'ArTI?', " Utn.lTt.
It la. BUCdoptlblo.to the clearer jiroof
jthat Qiaul ralndobfod, for his success In
military and political life, to tho wise
counsels of den. Rawlins. Ho furnished
what there was of brains In Urant'a mlll
tarv career, his opinion In all matters
belne consulted and respected. Rawlins
ports, and was veltfriweM h his mouth-1
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when and how those things
him eminence. "word accoM)liaM:
Rawllaa planted,. arranged thAela.'
tiffliritipjfiitif consulting tyWXW i
or In waUers of the Kr wmbwim
cuarAeW;- How true this If, iMM'Mly;
who had opportunities for.pensbhal.obMr.
vatlon, fully knew. Rawlloaaualif ''
on the alert; Grant was listless, without
brains to conceive tho necessities of tho
hour, oreneigy to provide for them.
Itawllns said everything which it bccamo
became necessary for Grant to say,
wrote everything which It became
necessary for Grant to write, nnd
did everything in the lino of duty which
became it necessary for Grant to do.
While Grant was Indulging In every
apccioB of dissipation, lying drunk In
hU bunk, or abseut.on a spree, his affair
moved on smoothly and harmoniously,
becauso Kawllua was over present to
direct aud control. How true then is the
observation which we quoto from, tho
New York 'Mercury' as the caption for
this paragraph: "Had there been
n.iciini ttii.ro would have been
JS IT I'OSSMLEl
If the following paragraph has any
foundation in fact, the causes which
lead to tho explosion of the Phantom
should bo diligently Inquired into. Ac
quainted with the condition of tho bout,
as her ofllcers undoubtedly were, tho
case asBUiues a very serious phaso If the
correspondent whom we quote, speaks
From tho river corrrondeoee ot Oie Louisville
Tho Phantom disaster IsBtlll tho topic
of conversation in lower river circles.
Tub real facta lu this explosion have not.
If we an to bellevo some of the wounded
now atPaducah, been published. In
other wordi. the offlcor of the boat have
thus far been shielded from all blame.
It seems that the commander of the Ill
fated steamer Phantom wan very much
dlfpleased at the idea of an opposition
i.a.!i i.. i... (mil... find, lii trvlnu' to crush
out thl" opposition, has blown up his
boat The oblectlonablo boat wan no lcsn
than the little Clam tfcott Hoth boat
above mentioned started from Kvansvlllo
on tho sumo day; tho rteott being the
fastest, of course took the lead. Matter
continued thus 'both boats mukliiK regu
lar landings) until C'avodn Hook, Illinois
was reached. From that point the
Phantom never made another landing,
lntl to her utmost:
saying that her wheel was going so
that It carried the water entirely
Other facts go to show tms aiso.
The bitterness of feeling that has grown
outoftho competition In tho Cairo aud
EvanBvllle trado, makes It necessary for
tho public to receive publications like
tho above with due allowance.
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COLD COM FOR T FOR B OL TEliS.
We commend the following paragraph
to tho prayerful consideration of Judge
Hodges. If tho radicals, whose votes
hols courting, turn the cold shoulder
upon him, wburo'cau ho turn for conso
lation? , . ..,
(Ff ora tha Cwro 'TimM.T
The republicans of Cairo, have fallen
Into the habit (and a very bad one too)
of nominating a mixed ticket, of allow
Inir democrats who have beoome demor
alized and soro-headed with their own
party to palm themselves off as con
verts to tho republican faith, and there
by secure a nomination on tho republl
ointlckot. It Is high time that the re
publicans saw through this contemptible
dodge, and put an end to it. It,
Is time that It was understood
that those democratic bolters are
as treacherous ns they are dangerous, and
woll calculated to bo tho death of tho
party whom they seek to make a tool for
tho working out of their own selfish ends,
Mon who 'desert ono party will desert
.miimo iwi uimiihl liu summarily kick
ed out of both, and men placed In nomi
nation who can bo deneudod upon under
all circumstances. Tho mixed ticket
business has been thoroughly tried In
Cairo, and never In aslnglo Instance, has
it resulted favorably to tho party. Let
tho republicans go Into convention on
the 2d, on a strait ticket basis and light
It out on that lino A straight-out repub
lican ticket may bo beaten In tho coming
oouuty election, but If It la what of It? tho
republicans win navo me satismoiiou "
knowing that they have atlast maintain
ed their uignuy.
Tho Rock Tslanil 'Union' says:
Mrs. Hcllln, residing at Pre-emption,
gave birth to sU children thrco boys
and threo girls -on the evening of tho
20th Inst. Tho mother and children, at
last accounts, were doing woll, and tho
father Is said to bo perfectly delighted."
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Tho total assessed valuation of coun
ties, us returned to tho State Auditor, is
thlH yoar $-100,377,125, against $47o., 17,
104 last year. Further statistical re.
turns aro cdllod for concerning tho valu
atlon of town and city lots.
passing the Scott uuiaoom icu hwi m
before the disaster, and being In sight of
her wheu sho blew up. From every eldo
uhHiirlt asserted that tho Phantom
' THE NOV.
of Illinois: anil, a:
oral public 1
Btatk of Iliiroii.
TIT "3C kJ 3k -WrfHeTAr orStW,"
, ... .HrftiiiamLD, B-pt. 'JO, JW7
, Dkaru: Iu order,that theromay be
uniformity' firkctlon'ambfig tho" county
clerks of the state In their compliance
with tkelaw.eoUtledT- -.n o c j , .
-"A act to provide f?r eaHl ok a cbnyeris
tloii t6'YoVls,'a1t6r'o'ramerid the consti
tution of thartaMof 'Illliiofe," I would
respeotfully suggest that In your notice
of Use lection to beheld for members of
said convention, the following words be
used: "Alee, to vote, for a member of
the convention to revise, alter or amend
the constitution of the state of Illinois.''
I would respectfully suggest through
you to the central committees of all polit
ical parties In your county, that In pre
paring their ballets for the eleotion In
November, tho following words boused:
"For member of the convention to revise,
alter or amend tho constitution of the
state of Illinois."
Very respectfully yours,
Secretary of State.
The. Illinois 'Atlas' says:
When congress shall appoint its com
missioners to select u alto for tho future
capital of the natlou, as It Is bound to do,
If a healthful locality Is to be taken into
consideration, Cairo stands pre-eminent.
If water communication, sho stands un
rivalled. If geographic locality is to cut
a figure, where cIbo will H be found? If
railroads shall be deemed of Importance,
where will bo her equal, when all the
prominent roads, north and south, east
and west, shall have been completed, In
cluding the only practical and feasible
line from the Atlantic to the Pacific
Russia is about to Introduce jury trials.
Tennyson's new poem Is out In Lon
don. Chicago has reduced Its hotel prices.
The New York Hoard of Health hold
secret sessions, whereat there Is newspa
Wheeling, Va., has resolved to Intro
duce the study of German In the public
It Is said no rain has fallen In Fau
quier and Prince William counties, Va.,
since July 1C.
There was a uharji frost lu England oil
August 01, which destroyed many tsn
dcr garden plants.
A hen In Woodford county, Ky., has
hatched and Is rearing u brood of par
tridges. NewYorkhaa bane-ball club called
tho Lively Turtles. It Is composed of
a I. . Hi-.
i iroiuier iiorsemau in xvansus uy,
Mo., rode.hls horo up three llights of
.stalrj, and then hired six negroes to car
ry tho aiilmal down again.
Wlllamsbnrg, New York, a suburb of
Brooklyn the City ofChurchos, has only
fioven hundred rum shops.
Button takes comfort In the fact that ro
snltofibi Colllseum being In ruins is a
formidable opposition to the .Roman ar
ticle. "Shouts of applauso" aro reported to
have been called forth by tho splendid
surf on New Port Beach after the storm.
A fortuno teller In Milwaukeo told a
poor widow for fifteen dollars, that she
was destlnod to die a horrible death, and
in consequence the poor woman went
Insane, and disemboweled herself with
A London paper tells of two rival den
tists who arrived together at a fair.
One hoisted a banner Insoribed 'IFaclIo
Prlnceps;" tho othor Immediately paint
ed up, on his booth, "Forclle Farceps,"
and drew tha crowd.
William Penn's old family carriage
has couio Into the possesion of the Mich
igan Central Ral'road. Tho rello is over
one hundred and sixty years old. A gen
tleman of Jackson, Mich., either pur
chased or fell heir to it, but on Its arri
val ho failed to pay express charges, so
the company took possession In default.
Tho amount of available colu in the
United States Treasury was $102,832,
843 40, Including $21,355,040 in gold certi
ficates outstanding, on Sopt. 14. The
coin, with the exception of about $4,000,
000, is ut the sub-Treasury, New York.
Thoro will bo a "People's" State Con
vention In St. Paul, Minnesota, on the 7th
of October. Tho call Is signed by several
prominent citizens. Tho movement
orlclnated in Goodhuo county. Tho reg-
, ular democratic convention meet In St.
i'aui iu " j .
A couple of fellows who woro pretty
thoroughly soaked with bad whisky got
Into tho gutter. After floundering about
for a few minutes, ono of them said:
"Jim, Ms go to another house this
Mark Twain says noraco Greeley onco
tried to make a living as writing-master,
and fallod. His copy was "Virtue is Its
own roward," and tho scholars not It,
"Washing with soap Is wholly ubsurd."
utmmafD give iijmmim
Tho Carbdnale,"NowiEra'rha"8 been
in a now uresa uuu uuum new uuau.
Wearoglad,tS; ng&!hjg eyjdvi,f
Barton's r prosperUyyTT18 . A,oy. works
hard, makes a good paper, and daserves
well;efhi futtp'i 7cial7
A ChlWgocl'eriittnvarrfear'lJad a
paasionfor seribbllBC.bJte of love-jseetcTj
on the brown paper within his reach
while on dutjrla ibbfBtdfaWOne, day a
highly excited individual rushed Into tie
office a5 eh ewe airf -7!e
firm a ditty thathfhad f&uae! wpapyd
up In a bundle of lEoods bouclt by We
satfefsoyoviiacHl waewkh aHnculty7a
A lady whUe oTirlirylilg at North
Granville. N. Y.. came unon a corpse
wits the throat eat frohf ear to ear; iBhe'
dropped her pall of fralt and rushed for
the villagers, who at once repaired to the
seene to Mnd that the corpse had come" to
life and run off with the berries.' The
clever rogue had stained his neek and
breast with herry juice.
"The blessed man that! breached for-
us last Sunday,!' tald Mrs. Partington,
"served tho Lord for thirty years first as
a circus-rider, and then aa a locust
preacher, and last an exhauster,"
jAlRO BROOM MANUFACTORY.
W. FM'KKE k BROTHER,
Having prf"ctel their arringvmcnt for the tniuiufu
ture efBrootm In thU city, lare no' ircirftl to HI
order at fll
An Uio di(lc qunlltlK of Iwoomi cin l pttrcbMtd any.
Ontor left at the More of G. V. Willinrruoii, Cu Ohio
Isvet, orat th
JInnurjctur-, Fuurlvcudi atrvrt, between
It alii itt fnnd CeUar,
Will bp promptly attended to.
Order by mall ihnuM Im mlrlreoed to
W. F. M'KEKA IIKO.,
V. O. Box 434.
vptltf Cairo, Illinois.
TiENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R. R
I) O V K L, ET RACK.
01 Miles the Shortest Route to 'cw Yorkl
At Vitubur'n tralna from thn Writ run direct Vo tha
Union dt, wliarti iwcuger lur Uarntixiu, italu
more, Wuhlnirton, VliUadt-lptiU, New Tork, uoilon,
and ail llid Ntif lngUnd lon,tirt Irauift-rrtU to
PKSXH Yli VAXI.l " AI LIIO.4 1.
lluy you tn lel for New Vorlf . Philadelphia and all
poiuu Kxi, r tho Pittahure, Kort Wayne A Chicago
and the I'ennylvania Central Itadro&d. Thetruin of
I I X OIK V K 3T T It A li
makn. !oo(or.ne"tionnt Maltoonand Chleasoi and
the entire trip to New Votk li ma.lo with only two
chAnvn of car.
Klegaut 'Wide laHeni;or CiirN,
ItnUeU ItoofH unlproveU Neat!
There car are thorouchl) ventilated and prorided
with erery modern lmprore.nent iieccaiary to the
aafcty and comfort of trarelera
NTA.TE-IlOO.1f hl.KKI'I.VC; CARS,
Klin through to I'hllalelplila on all Night Traini,
and New Yerk rla Phll.tdelphla and AUeutown, with,
out change, affording Paiaengers a night of undla.
turbed rent, and
Land I up lliem In Stvr Tork Unura In
Aavaaea of all ether I J seal
And In time to aeturo Hotel accominodationa befoio
the arrival of tho paaaeugera by other ruutt.
To lloton and New England pajf engura thla ruU
ti capeclally det!rablo,M It glrea them an opportunity
of ttelnz the ftnett.Tlewa, among the Alleghany
Mountain!, twsblea tuning plUaUurg, PhlUdvlphfa
and New rork, WUkeat Xxtrm Caat. '
anr All New England paaiengora holding through
tlcknta will be tranaferred, with their baggage, to &all
and Boat Connectloa, In New Tork, without charge.
Foar Dally Trilas LcaTO?!. Y fer'Sestes
Thirteen Dally Tralas Leare Philadelphia
ter Kew Yerk,
Via Jeraey City and Camden and Amkoy. DUUnce,
Wrnllci; Time, 4 lioura,
Thla I the only route by which paaieiigera can leare
Chicago Saturday afternoon, in a through car. Thla
train leae the llttaburx, .Kort Wayne Chicago
Kallway Pepo' at 3:30 p.m. and rum through without
delay, arrirlng luMew Tork al CiOO Monday mofulna.
Hours la Adraaee or Other Llacs !
The 9.00 p.m. train from Chlcaito arrirea in New
Korkat8.il a.m. tho SECOND DAY, '2 lloura
Advance of auy oilier Kuutel with cor
etpondins reduction to KUaTON, l'iill.ADI-l.l'lIU,
mw ii,..t. nhAAka.l throuah U
a checked through to all station! on (he
nnd M AHlllAlilll.li
Line of tho Pennyhnla Hallway, and to llalllmore,
Philadelphia aud ew TorK, irom rmnrg, unitago,
.1 J lit I
S- llatea of freight anu express ireiciu 10 any
Knatcrp point, are at al timea as rayora
em bo nt. are at all tiniea a miurunir
nli.na.l l.v n.hftr IttlAB
n1 Through ticket for lo t the principal office
in the Wt. kdwaHI) H. WILUAMS.
General Hupenntendeut. Altoona Pa.
T !.. KIM11AM., Paienger Agent, Chicoiro.
CIII:A1 I'Olt t'ANII!
lllisluiita Cards, mr.tol) fli lo 8r pir 1000
Ml'lllllllOut mil llvllltk
Knvclojies, . . . ,
93 lo H iht 1000
a tufs ier looo
81V ier Iliun
Other Work l I'roportlon.
WE UUAUAKTEB SATISFACTION'.
BOOK AND JOB OFFICE
Thrnton's Ilulldlub's Tonth St.,
I Eiaayn for Toiins Men on the TnteruUeK.xUuTonJ
ot Bridegroom to urtue, in me inaiimnon oi namapa
i- guide to matrlinlideUdty,afillruoJipplne'.J
Bent by mall IrTaewed WW etiTBiatxnf rree'or char ire.
A. Mandaoaaa Indaceaaealt.
rUBV'ipuUlcatlon Co., al Charlaaton, S. C.,'rocoica
.1.-. 1. , a r: : J . "ti . . . i -,m
iiutiupru miguing lur um jHt, anu, m PPy.oi n
ther of tho Worcrly Norel or tho worka of ChaiW
jDlckeni ihatjwayjio d-lgttted.f J8feargM number
Wllhn,nmlt.mll.t l.ftnl. ..IKala.
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The "XIX GSMlBnY'lfttMleaOM Co , at Charlea-
ton. hftTA bB ao aueeaaihil In Illorarr ntirn,lin
that they are distributing Vuridreda of cholco atandard
worka VRBE to tho piuchaaeai of- tha macaaine-. Aak
forJitajUW.'Rr Roekr4Uk'Co.!. '. -wlw-
ty) ) hto cjrTaua. tflrlli
Notice la hereby sirea that tho I'ork Commltteo a
pointed by the I
Citv Council, will receive nronoiala It
fenroand enclose .St. Mary'a Park, In tho Fourth Addl
lion to tho cltr of Cairo.
HPECIFICATIONd Kenco to be aoren feet high, in
cluding boiclioard with cap aald fence to bo built of
cyprcta board ono Inch thick t rails, txG, of cypreni. ,
alto; celr poitu H feet long. 3 feet In the groaml, and
tfcetaboTo; ealdpoatato bo unwed anulertled at
top and toatnnd S fi-ct apart. Italia to bo put on with
) penny aplkea, over boarda with 10 penny nails. The
wholotq be acloao board fence, andbolltin a gol
and aubatantia) manner, raid fenco to liavo two UrKO
said two amtll galea, well braced ; the lrgi gates to Us
ten feet wide, and the amall enet four feet wide.
The whole fenco to he whitewashed. '
Oroaad to le fenced la too feet wldo nnd 1,10) fee
All of tho work to be paid for, tnclly bonds, express,
ly prorided for that purpose i aald bonds bearing ln
terestat tho rate ofo per cent, per nnnum, and re
deemable In three, four and firo years, and payable at
maturity for taxes, licenses andall debts duo tho city.
All proposals mutt bo scaled and Indorsod "Park
Committee," nnd directed to Louis Jorgtntcn, chair
man, annaeiivuren aitneomcooi tneuity ciera, vairo,
Illlnoli, prior to 12 o'clock noon. Octnherlat, ISO),
W. P. IIAI.LIDAY.
-os the- :
astk, SiMhHiidUthor ScptcBiber
CIT5 OF BELMONT,
The extreme Southern Teimlniit, oii the Iwer Mis.
Mtalppl Illter, of tho I.inct nMtiillway thst
trarerte the Great North Wfttvru
STATES HI JIIX.VI!SOTA.IOW.,
IlltASUA, 1CSAS A XII MLS.
Is the Southern Terminus on the Lower M'tUiipplot
the Hi. Louis and Iron Mountain ltallroiwl, eounect
ing the net-work of railroads in the Northwestern
States with ho Oulf of.Moxicn. From IlclmoM NAV
IGATION TO THE SKA Is tin nlerrunted the ear
round, cither by Icoor lowwalei.
BRLMUNT willrecelro for manufacture and dlt
tributlon the Iron, lead, marble, and other mineral,
brought down from the Iron Moubtam and ureal min
eral regions traversed by the St. Louis and Iron Moun
tain Ilillroail. It was selected aa the MOST CONVE
NIENT POINT where tha
DlOrf FROX MISSOURI COUID MEET
THE COAL FR0M THE OHIO.
BELMONT isbrflfie Wttbanlirof tho- Mississippi
lUror, in the great and prosperous Stato of Missouri,
II miles below the Junction of the Ohio and Mlsslsslp
nl rlwr. tvPIt a KallroAiia make direct connoo.
flon at Bslmont, ans" opiiosite, on the cast bank of
theriTcr.la r - -
The Korltierts Terminus of theUrea SCet
vrark ofWeatuem Hallraatla.
uwu vo J0"Hie, acw unesns, ausau,i.uauHiuf
Tickaburg, Memphis, NasliTlllo and Chattanooga, and
tho road now uearlyoompleiodL.rla Paducah, Ellsa
botktown. Iulsvillc. Loiloaton and Uhr Baady to
NOUKOLK. VA-i.ttdl Unit atl Befaiont.wila (Bo Oil.
ro and Fulton lUilroad, outhoritediby.ilaw itoatut
rrora uttmooi. ansl. now uoing caaauactea'nutfu
Arkansas and Teia1 and will eventually be the
GREAT SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE
lipr.MOVT lit not onlr iho rip not for tho vast miner.
nl prodiiOM of (Southeast Mtourl, mid the center of
or mo mosi niaguinceni i nuuer cauniry in snsi uni
ted Btates, but is surroumjed by the nunt larmlng
lands In the world. ' 1 ' ' '
Tho Proprietor, vvlthfoutidcnco, Invite mcchsulcs,
nrlltansnud trader, front cut)' scetloaofthe Union,
to enmo and see tlie mnny adtim'ligea otlered at Bel
mont to .eltlcr.
TKKH4 Or-NALKl ' I I
1 1 r
Ono-tlilrd cash i onc-tlilrd in six months, and
ihlril iii luulvn mnnthi. Deferred navmenls to bo ae
cured by note lieiring ten percent, micrest from ma-
VPn' WIIII'ivlMH lriilinl
J. P. WALK Kit', hecretary
5 THOMAS .HUOWA', Genenil At,'Vt,. , ,
no For further iriformation. ftdtlrevCol. Thoma
Brown, or J. P. Wnlker. llelmrtnl. Mh; ' seildtd
AINT CIIARLKs'hOTE'L,' "
TUB ST. CHAKIiES HOTEL,
The only FJIiST-CLASS HOTEL in Cairo
Is now lu the most unexceptionable order fur guest
having undergoue a
The past Bummor.
ijiormsi, Q OO For X3y
BstKKaKC Carried ta aud from the Hatel
free of Charge.
Day Board, Twenty-Five pollen per wwnfA
JKWETT WILCOX CO.,
QaINANqE NO. SO. , t
An Ordlnaaco to Boduco tho Firo Limits of tho City o5
; Cairo, and to regutato tho mannorof constructing
. Buildings within said City.
De it ordained, bj. tat City.CoaBCilof thlty of Cairo;
! Tliat section number ono hundred and one. end-all
that part Of sectlen numbcronn hnndrol and tWcT af
ter tho-. wordi "firs limits" la the Qnti line, Inehaptar
pumper Ota of an ordinance to adopt, tho ordinance
of the city pf Cairo as revised and. codified, establish'
IHfJMlelfellmlts of said city, and trgulallnff th
rnaaasr of baHdteg; be and the same are hereby re
peaiaa, and the following shall hereafter be knowu as:
iha boBaa-ary of the flro limits f tho city of Cairo:
Block, one, two,. three, four.- fire, aiz, elsvco,
twelve, thlnecni-fourtocrr.'flfteen sixteen, twenty.
twentyJesN,' twenty -two, twenty-three, twenty-four.
IweAtjt-fre, twentyix aadtwenty-seven Jind
lie It Further Unfautfid. Thai when anr Dora
Ueslre to remove a building from one place to anoth
ar, erto enlarge a building within tb fire llmlta.or to-
itfinarirom witnoui tue nre limits to a
Iilaco within tueswaMf aooh person shall Srst oktalu
he written consent or thrco.fourth of all tho crots-
erty solder within ono hunureu ana nny loot or loe
lot upon which It Is proposed to locsto tho bullhlng
to removed, and of three-fourth of the property-
noioera within such uock, anu aaati praaeat ues
written consent to the cltr council for aDDTOVal ;
when, upon such approval being granted, a permit
snaii uo wrtuon oui oy ine uuyuera, anu osuvorea
to the person making the application : which permit
hall be authority for the removal or eetargesneaf
prayed for. Provldod, that tho person removing a
building, or enlarging a building, shall comply wllb
ordinances now exlstlnf, or such ordinances a may
hereafter bo adopted In relation to building 1 and
Be It Further Ordained, That ricroarter no bonding
. V. . II K . . ..I n . . ...I...... I 1 , K
1 11 1 mi CICVKU Ul bUIUIIIKIVU, VI VUIIIIIIV.IUVU U W
erected orconstrucied, within tho limits of the city of
Cairo, until tho person or persons dsslrlng to build
shall lint obtain from the Cltr Council n permit to
rector construct such building, aod every person
asking n permit to erect or construct a building, shall,
at the timo of tiling, their application for a permit Ut
build, specify In writing, the sit. In length, width
and heighlh, and tho materials of which it is pro
posed to construct such building: and n building
shall reconstructed except according to the specifica
tion filed and tho nermlt crantcd by tho Cltr Coun
cil: ... ....
Andall frame or nooden buildiugs shall have erect
ed or constructed on tho lnldo ofsuch building, brick
ohlmnlt's irrtiie, the walls ofaililckneas of four or
more Inches, and be plastered on thn Insldo with
mortar of surnctent thlckncs lo cover tho brick, and
form smooth and perfect surface. Thechlmnic or
Hues shall be fee fnim the walls of the building, and
no wood forming a part or coming in contact with the
chimney or flue.
All uricK runnings crecieu or cnnsirucicu tuan
hare thetr foundation and walls of tho following di
mensions, visi For a one-story building, the foun
dation shsll be twelve Inches, and Iho building wall
eight Inches In thickness for n twostory tmiidlng,
the fonndailon shall be xlxteen Inches ; thn first sum
ry walls shall bo twelve inches, and tho second-stotjr.
wall eight inches In thickness ; for a three-story
building, n foundation wall oftwenty-fourlnchcs; the
first-story wall, sixteen Inche; tho lecond-story'
wall, twelvo Inches, nnd iho third-story wall, eight In
ches In thickness, and In the amo proportion for
higher landings i provided, that where two or more
buildings are erected together, the party or division
walls shall ansurr for both ofony two buildings, but
in no cote to beloathantwelvoinche thick, nnd rite
aileast twenty Inctie above tho roof of the highest
building, nnd In no tao shall two buildings be erect
ed together where the Joists of each shall come oppo
alto to or Join one to thn other I but In all cases when
wooden Joists aro levied, or put Into a party or dlris
lonwall, they shall he placed alternately in tho wall,
ao that the nds will not bo nearer toguther than sl
Inches, and tho apaue botween them so tilled with
hrlek and soft mortar a to form a perfect and solht
It shall Uthe duty of the Fire Warden, orsuchoth
r person npiiiited by theciuncil,l wstch diligent
ly the conslructloB and erection ofall buildings with
la I In-city. Mill compel llivlr orootlon and construe
Hon ad'ordln? to the specifications filed, and upon
hich tho ptimlt was granted, a well aa uccurrflng to
the ordinances regulating the same ; and In all case
where poraons m.iy deviuto from the speriflcatlor.
tiled ilh iuid al'provcd by thn City Council, It shall
Ik tho duty of tfiu Fire Warden, or other iron ap
pointed for that purote, (oiirn-stninl stop Ihecrec
(ion and construction of said building, nnd Immcdi
ntely report such deviation to tho nearest Police Mag
Istrate, who shall summon the person o otfenltngt.
npX'ftr before him for trial, aud upon such perron be
ing found guilty of violating iho orillnAnce. in tin-
regarn, oriieviaiiiigiromiiie tpernn auons iiiimiiiiih
mi 1 1 apjirnvinl by the City I'otihcil, tin person so of
fending shall be fined In n sum not exceeding onr
hlindrvd ilnllars, nor less than twrntv-llvndolhrs f.i'
each and etery siieh jIIiih so eoniiinttcd.
All ordltrtnce. or parts of orllnnne, now In force,
and in conflict with tho fVircoiug unliiiunce, rrn here
hr rrpealrd from and nfttr the adoption hereof.
APtiroveo, rMrpirmiMT i", w.
J'JllN li.' OllEllLV. Mayor
In relation to Publlt. IinprorciiK nt in the Oily ot
Be it ordained by tho City Couiu ilof the City of (Vlrui I
Ssc. 1. That w henever thn Clty Oinncil or said City
shall by ordinandi or joint rtsoluUon, direct and an
thorlxe the filling, re-fllhog,i;railii,leielliiK, paving
planking, gravtfing, tnwivHn'imng, or rrpiiiring oi
any street, aunuevr highway In said City, or the
construction, re-conttructiun Ur repairing or any side
walk or'erosa walk, it shall' bo the duty of tho Cit)
Comptroller, under tho illroctlcn and udticocf the
Ktreel Comniltlv. o oausx a survey, plat, plan, pro
AIm. nrm?lftcatlnn and estlniAtti of the eiinleiiilil.lteil
i.work to be made Mid reportwl U the Citv ('-nunc!!,
convened Injolnt oliii, fur ficir jjnslderation and
action. Wheu said report ha4 Nen com,tdret and
approved, tho City Council shall, unless ninrrwisc pro
vided for br ordlnarce, either prnvid for harmg the
materials furnlsnml and the worn dmi by tho t'liy
under the direction of the Hlreet Committee, or ordes
and direct the City CouiptrolUr logiyeuotU oand ad
tyertlte for iroprnlt to do the conteuiptaied work, a
now provided lur ay Onlinance utimberrd it, and ap
proved July t, IrtlT' Hald pnioul Hhnll be directed
lo the Cny Conncl, and shall be opened by said Coun-
icil.convsnsd In joint session, t the time and pU-r
mentlooei In said notice.
' Hc. s; roratlthelmprovenienls in ld City lierr
tofnre made by the authority of raid City, snU tor the
payment of which ihe said City hat br-u unable to
collect from foimer ase.ssiiienl the amount required
to complete Ihe prtyuient llurefiir.it ehsll I Ihtulut)
of the City Comptroller In srertiln Che co.l and ex
iienseof making Ihe iou und thereupon the May-'
ur, wllb Iho ussuUik-v of the t:ily Attorney, hsllpre
para the pelitluu rmiuiresl by Section U, ut tka Act
lonniciid an Act entitled "A" Act o nitiicu io Char
ter of the City of C I iii, and th suvural .Vets nincndu.
,tory thereof intomi and revise Ihe asme, approved
February Is, 1I, irpretnlrpi iiieuireuu court
of Alexander Coimly J mid it is hereby ins.te Iho Jul)
of Die Masor to proceed at once in iho uM.'smcnl
i and collection of nld costs and exwnses, in accord
ance with ths oxstngclmrte(aiilonlln.Hiii'es of s.ild
City, Provided, that Mi tho pn wcoro wmnuots
havo been paid imdor.Wieriiieiiient greater thau
shall Ikj lusessed underthis' -ecllou. the overplus
vtmll Iwcreillit-d ti.ijlie p(iy who p.ild'Wuprf riou
isessn ent. j, i v i4 r I
Stc. a. It shull heuud li herebyrTnado (ho duty of
m City Attorneyjifprp.iirmliliT Iho dlrrejlon ol
loMay..rr.dCHj t.Vuncll, all pelltlons'to be pre-
eenteil to the Circuit Conn for
i.iill.ii..i .if tlr...t mil Jlo ll
collrotioii of tui'yoatnrpuldlo Impr
Miien u me L.irLti uouii ior ifiv
miiroveiiH'iii as re-
nuireil by thoAcireferred l iu thu pweed'ofi e
tion oi tins oriltimnce. , .
I Sxc. i. All tho iluties uorviniors ihmuiivu hmi u
on ihh, Il,ard cftPuMlo M'orlw by Ordinance No. i.
nrproveil July :i Im.T, and by Ordinance No. 7U, p
proed BopttinN'r in. Is"
provided lur. shall U n
iho Commltteo un street
iwiiiij.-i v - "'.i -
unuarv uervu uuvuivcu ujhiu
JNO. II- OBKHLV, JIayor
In relation t diKlnrging pre arms in the uty or
Be it ordiime I bv the City (ounoilof iho City of Calroi
Stc, 1. That section number! 21T of "An Ordi
naiico to ai'ont tho iirdiiuinuo ol tho Citypf Cairo, n
revised and coditied," Imi umeuded bywldlug, nt the
end of tho third lino In wild ectiun. after tho word
"proportv," tho words "or hi enforcing any order oi
the City Council or of tho Mayor'
Approved, Sept. IP, 1
OHANA ToWEK, IIXIBfOMs.
SAMUEL -COVER, PKOP'll,
tjf O.PEN DAY AND MOW,