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GTerythlnz or Local Form To be
Found That Is of Interest.
Uriah Jones, Hezekian Brown and
J ohn Peter Smith will testify to the
wonderful curative properties of Dr.
Simmons' Cough Syrup. Sample bot
tles free. Satisfaction or money re
unded. For sale by all druggists.
Very Rev. A. J. Meyer, C. M.,
President of St. Vincent's College,
Los Angeles, Cal., died this morning
at the Sisters' Hospital in that city.
Father Meyer was attached to St. Vin
vent's Church and College in this city
during the early (His.
The County Court awarded the con
tract for the county printing to the
best bidder. The Court didn't recog
nize little snides like Jodie Flynn.
Dr. Sawyer: Dear Sir; 1 can say
with pleasure that I have been usini
your medicine, and will recommend it
to all suffering ladies.
Mitn. V. v. Weathekshkk,
Sold at J. Maple Willson's drugstore
The court house- at Denton is to have
lifteen hundred dollars improvement
put on it.
The Pethelhem Mission has come to
stay. The street is illuminated for
some distance by the handsome lamp
placed in front of the Mission by Mr.
A. V. Quackenbush. Such a good
cause ought to lieenthusiastically sup
ported by our city. Sunday School
at p. m., Prayer Meeting 7 p. m.
Dr. A. P. Sawyer: have lx.-en
roubled with rheumatism and lung
trouble for a number of years, can
say 1 never had any thing help me j
iike vour Familv Cure.
Mits. H. WlNUAUT, I
Sold at .1. Maple Wilson's druir store.
The funeral of Mrs. Mariam T.
Cross took place this afternoon. On
account of the terrible accident which
caused the death of this noblclady her
funeral was a sad funeral indeed.
Prob.it : Com
Among those from .'ncl.son who
c.inio down yesterday to attend the
funeral of Edward D. F.ngrl;:;ai n vv
noticed William Paar. .1 udge .io.-eph
Koehlc-r. C. 1". ileiien, Fred Covert.
Robert T!r::ienst.iri and AuguM Go-
Running sores, indolent Jeers and
similar troubles, even though of many
yea r' standing, may be cured by using
DoWiflV Witch Hazel Salve. It
soothe:', strengthen.--, and h-'als. it is
the great pile cure.
Fred Ifoerr am!
hio. nr.- it: iii rlt
a daughter of '!.
maim. W. II. Co-rv-r
;-."ifc of Cleveland,
y. Mrs. iio'-rr is
into I-:. D. Engel-
John !.. Mill -r received a lea pound j
girl for a valentine. John is happy
but l.-e would iiav-- been mueh happi-;- !
.;! i- !.-: a h.-v. I
City . :
gir; i ;. :;.
in a i .i
ai'iuj;. i u i.y :i c:m-ti!--
throat, you can
able of 0:;e Minute
are. -.viiien gives qcick relief,
';'he tda.-e i.n" ii iward l. Eng-eimauu
vA: be ;,:..(; to till. He did legal
imsiiiess for nearly a!i o ir nid Ger-
m.i:i i;i -..s. lie wa
laiuiiiar with j
1 .'eriea n I:, n I
b.t!i :i- iii'jli-i
gua-'- s ana t:erman.s co:
plain their business to hiai lliau t;;
any other lawyer in the city aad : e
therefore did their business Kir li. -ia.
Dr. Griso:u was rushed v. Mi busi
ness tj-day. Tiie O'letor has a good
practice all the tine.
(.'. J. Polich and wife of Fi ohna are
in the city. They cama iiere to attend
the funeral of Edward D. Engelmann,
Mrs. Polich "s father.
Small precautions often prevent
great mischiefs. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers are very small pills in size, but
are most effective in preventing the
mo.-t serious forms of liver and stom
ach troubles. They cure constipation
and headache ami regulate the bow
els. Win. 11. Coerver.
The big steamer Hill City, in com
mand of Capt. T. B. Sims, came down
to-day and landed at our wharf. She
was bound for Xew Orleans.
Forty car loads of new steel rails
for the Si. Loitis. Cape Girardeau &
Fort Smith road arrived yesterday.
Move or not move, the Fair will
never be any good if held on the old
grounds. The people arc tired of be
ing carted two miles over a rough
wagon road to attend the Fair.
If you are bilious, try Dr. sawyer
Little Wide Awake Pills, you will find
them just what you want. Try a free
sample. They do not gripe. Sold at
M. Maple Willson's drug store.
The two Commerce packets, Chero
kee and Calhoun, got down this morn
ing at eleven o'clock. They both had
good trips for Commerce aad way
landings Cape Girardeau being one
of the "Z'j landings.
There is all kinds of railroad talk
on the streets to-day.
Henry Engelmann, of St. Louis,
brother of the late E. D. Engelmann,
of this city, left for his home in St.
Louis this morning.
Dr. A. P. Sawyer; Dear Sir: Mrs
Hamburg induced me to tryyour Fam
ily Cure, I was greatly benefited by i
and 1 recommended it to every lady
in poor health. Respectfully,
Mrs. Ashe r.
Sold at J. Maple Wilson's drugstore
Little Henry Hoffmeisterof Jackson,
came down from St. Louis on the
steamer Cherokee this morning.
The Telephone Company will soon
put in a new switch board.
There is talk of the Cotton licit
Railroad building through the swamp
to Cooper Jones' place just south of
f'lita inli . 1 1 flrtn't n-i In . it tT. . I
with dyspepsia, constipation, sick
headache, sallow skin and loss of ap
petite. You have never tried De
Witt's Little Early Risers for these
complaints or you would have been
cured. They are small pills but great
regulators. Win. H. Coerver.
Louis Ifouck ismakingarrangements
to extend his Kennet road to liloom
lield. He will connect at Hloom!ie-ld
with his Drown wood road.
('apt. Sims was not on the steamer
Calhoun to-day. lie will hereafter
command the Hill City.
The days ate now lengthening out
and employes can afford to put iu a
little more tini.) to make up for the
lost time during the season of short
To heal the broken and diseased
tissues, to soothe the irritated sur-
acc-s, to instantly relieve and to icr
maneutly cure is the mission of De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. W. 11
Juugcl-runti I.. liurrougli went to
St. Louis yesterday to attend the fun
eral of his uncle, George' it. Ilea no'
notice of whose death apjie-ars else
v. l!-:-- in this paper.
The i"ar;:i .-.old under deed of trust
at lli'' con:-, house to-day brought six
.I 'lidre i a. j.i t I, i i-l v dollars.
:l i lit i m-ie'i to da-.- to scratch
r a Uvii.giind for reliefalso. Hunt's
re will iiot help you i: the form, r
-e. bat will sure cure licit. Tetter or
by ail (ir;
e.ir i s
:. itc.inig Piles, or H eo.-ts
.g. i Vice reals. For sale
.uiittee selected to get siib
for moving th-i Fair lias
Ive hundred and forty-five
t master ;:i:d his assistants
were kept Misv yesterday anil to-day
ca lie-: j n;. e
tit stamps on valen-
V. i:::t is itV A cure for Coughs,
Colds, Croup. Whooping Cough,
Hoarseness, Sore Throat, and all
ii; i:;ciii.il Afi'ecFoiir- o! the Throat,
Cii--s: a:;-! i.-mgs. h!i doses for -u
e.-i: . Mo.e.-y r.-IVnded if it fails to
:!. -:'ti-!':;e1iot:: -ve :ue:, n Fr. Sim-
- i I'ljn .yruj. . or .-a.e ly all
w. :- -old to-
tta v T. : !: u- a liel i. in. t.a )!
lit i" v, as ',:
were km ci
iguesl oidi!-!- and
off to hi:a atf.v !ve
li ii ii-
The ! Son rd of Directors have liguied
oat tii.it li e Fair can lie moved with
out mailing the Association in debt
to exceed three thousand dollars.
Tar. .- i'a ia-aad doli.irs wii! not hurt
. l -
uu vantages ute new
. i;. a:
on at F.
i i! Uk.. it. (..
I :. a tidy.
Dr. A. P. Sawyer: Dear doctor I
l ave used and sold your Family Cure
with excellent i-esoulls. It cured me
of the rheumatism and I now am .";0
years old and have not an ache or
pain. Mits. F. A. BlIOADS.
Sold at J. Maple Wilson's drug store.
Judge Bowers, we understand, will
be a candidate for re-election. Judge
Bowers is a Populist but he has made
a good J udge.
Lost Betwevn Mrs. Cross" residence
and Spanish street, a small diamond
linger ring. Finder will be liberally
rewarded by leaving sauw at Demo
The "Bicyclist's Best Friend" is a
familiar name for DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve, always ready for emer
gencies. While a specific for piles, it
also instantly relieves and cures cuts,
bruises, salt rheuin, eczema and all
alfections of the skin. It never fails.
Win. H. 'oerver.
J. M. Randol is in the city to-day.
He came in to pui chase some seed
The Board of Pension Examiners
met to-day in Dr. Portertield's otlice.
The Fair will be moved. That is
now a settled fact.-
The household remedy is Hunt's
Lightning Oil. All aches and pains
quickly relieved. Satisfaction or
money refunded. For sale by all
John Unnerstall and Miss Tedie
Barenkamp were united in marriage in
St. Mary's CatholicChureh yesterday,
Rev. Father Pruente officiating.
The Jackson saloons will all close
up Saturday evening and then the
drug stores will have a ruth of busi
ness. Edward D. Engelmann left a will
and made his son, E. H. Engelmann,
Why Dr. Simmous' Cough Syrup is
the cheapest. It is the only cough
remedy giving T0 doses for 50 cents.
Money is refunded if not benefitted or
satisiied. Try it. Ask your druggist
for a sample bottle. For sale by all
Mrs. William Paar has been very
sick for a few days. She is now im
proving. B.'ach & Dowers' Minstrels played
at the Broadway Theatre in this city
j last night to a crowded house. The
show was first-class and everybody
was well pleased. It was the best min
strel show we have had in this city for
many years, and the audience showed
that our people appreciate a good
VOL" ought to know that when suf
fering from any kidney trouble that a
safe, sure remedy is Foley's Kidney
Cure. Guaranteedormoney refunded.
W. H. Coerver, druggist.
When thu new steel rails are laid on
the St. Louis. Caie Girardeau & Fort
Smith Railroad that road will ba as
good as any railroad in Southeast
Mi.-so'uri. Work of putting on the
teel rails fiom D:?lta to Pnxico will
begin next week and will be rushed
till the road is put in lirst-class con
dition from one end to the other.
Moments are useless if trilled away:
and they are dangerously wasted if
consumed by delay in cases where Out
.Minute Cough Cure would bring im
mediate relief. W. li. Coerver.
V.'ilMi'i Cramer of Jackson was in
in the city yesterday.
Judge William (J. Schneider and
Ge :;-go Si.-mers are ia I lie city to-day
soliciting subscription to the fund
for moving tin- Fa'r.
A large force of hand-, began work
o:i lioiiek's land near Grey's Point
thi.t morning. The Supreme Colli!
g:: v.- tlic Cotlioll I it'll authority to i:0
o:i v.'th its work, but ;! rial is not
yet. There v. ill be music in the air
la! : on.
' . ho lias tin; oldest .sewing machine:'
:,-w Sir-gi-r given in exi-liange for
i'. For particulars call n:i John
neruiisnu. agcid Singe:- Sewing
hiae l 'o.
i.tt county is advertisiiig for bids
mproving ii;e Ber.tor: co;:. t house,
notice to contractors i:i another
i)otliltle colored iiand" was out
ereaading last night ami it made line
When the Fair is moved to the city
it lor ever-
j noil,) iiine-.
i . .. i e. .
,i ;s an easv tnin
It i d::::
. cure :I
ns to i:i-.--
y length time. Dr.
!. rup i.- guaranteed,
iittlc. For sale by all
. i. of ( 'bicago. 1 1;.--..
.. . :. R. V;in Fraah.
i;-- i .-moiieiing of the
1 building, putting it
s :..l.iriiim. and when
:ip!e-d it will be an
ell as an advertisement
"oaieof our best citiz
ia t it-- new ente.--
it . i .
son i -i-
iu .- i:a e
1 that is .a
i he ,.i great
bring people .
the union a ad v. i: i 1
to ;ip-- Girardeau.
use of Dr.
Tonic. 1 1 i:
It makes l it
effects never follow the
Dell's Prppcrmiut Chill
ii pleasant liver laxative.
i. red blood. It makes
bone. It makes liesh. It
so thev sav
All of this cures
!il -e it.
Kill 1 1 . W
Arbor-al and Arbor-al soap fer sale
by W. H. Coerver, W. C. Hainan. I
B Miller and W. A. Trickev.
If the present Board of Dirt clors of
tlu Fair Association re.-ign lin: stoek
liolders should forthwith elect a new
Board composed of m -n who will inovi:
An adjo'.ii-ia it tei in th.- iVtiimoi)
Pleas Com I will be held at the court
house next Monday.
The funeral of Father she.vr too.,
piaee at Hamburg tu-day. It was the
largest funeral Scott county ever had.
The bottom dropped out of the Fair
removal yesterday. The Fair will be
held on the old grounds.
Wanted By the Imperial Cigar
Factory at Bloomtield, Mo., two good
hand workmen, odd shaie. Xone but
first-class workmen need apply.
Father Pruente attended the funeral
of Father Shercr at New Hamburg to
day. It is reported on the streets to-day
that the members of the Board of Di
rectors of the Fair Association are go
ing to resign. This will necessitate
the calling of a meeting of the stock
holders to elect a new Board.
There is lots of water in the river
now for steamboating and river busi
ness, we are pleased to learn, is improving.
The people of Jaekson are talking! CITY COUNCIL.
of organizing a county Fair at Jack-
son. There are some enterprising I journal of the Proceedings Special
men at Jackson and if they undertake j session. (Official.)
the organization of a Fair Association 'Council Chamber,. City of Cape Gir-
they will make a success of it.
Deputy Sheriff John Taylor- found
the bicycle lost about a year ago by
H. C. Taylor, who worked for the
Water Works Company in this city.
A young man in the Bend had the
wheel and heelaimed hefound it in the
woods covered up with leaves and
j evidently got scared and hid it iu the
You can dye your goods in one hour
with Putnams Fadeless Dyes. All
other dyes require from one to four
hours. 10c per package. Sold by W.
H. Coerver. wit
The A. O. l W. Grand Lodge in
session at Springfield olayted Hon.
Marsh Arnold of Benton as Grand
Foreman. This selection wil! prove,
of great, advantage to the order in
Southeast Missouri where everybody
knowns and likes Marsh. The mis
take made was in not electing him
A pleasant event an entertainment j
of good social features music to de
light garnet to please refreshments
toenjoj. The spacious parlors and
cheerful reception rooms of the attract
ive home of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Glenn
will be thrown open Monday evening,
Feb. 21. to all members and friends of
the congregation of the Presbyterian
church, to which all are cordially in
vited. Cream and cake served at l."c,
the proceeds of which will be used for
the benefit of the church. Come tine,
come all. and enjoy a pleasant t-ven-ing.
Soiuelhliiij to Know.
It may be worth something to know
the very iiest medicine for restoring
the tired out nervous system to a
healthy vigor is Electric Bitters.
This medicine is purely vegetable, acts
by ::ivii!g tone to the nerve eenlr. s in
the stomach, gently stimulates tie
Liver and Kidneys,
organs in throwing c
the Iiloii. Electric !
th - appetite, aids d
pionoii:a-'d i.y those
it as the very i.oi b!
nerve tonic. Try it.
si. en j,.L bt,:th- at W.
;il: U rug stop-.-..
and aids these
IT impurities in
Jitters improv. s
igestion. ami is
who iiav-.- iricd
Sold for ."
Ail :-, -lev
called to me:
in !:,: 1
s of ;
he Cir.1. aro h.
i our: hie::-. -
Kucklcn's Arnica Salve
h-.'-l salve 'in the world ft
-ores, r!e:r.-, .-alt
r-'.rt. t.-ite", chapee'i
alin. !:. a rd ::li shin
and positiv 'y rt:;-.-.- i.i!;'
, u i :
t is guaranteed to give
on or .noiiey rcfiinded
per lie;;. For saie at
ae- Drug Stores.
- ociety ol M issoarl.
I.. Gay. t is t i-'u- .--itjicr-i
c ( hihir-.-n's tin r.e So
li edy -.Iu- !:.'!er part of
;c-ng :. :'!er ;' . interests
She -rgai:i..ed a iocal
i iii ii:-rolloving inein-
i.C. 11.111! :
: ii-s Mi-inf
ciety. was i-i
the v.ve'-i, 1.).
of Far :-oci-.
riv-ii.en:. : ii ..a :.
1st Vic i '.- -sith'id. ('has. Hai-ia-.
2nd Vice Preiideiit. Mrs. L. .!. Al
:!rtt Vi. e
Tre:isiirt Any on.'
ing a lion:
I 'resident. Mrs. Lyon-..
:. Mrs. E. A. Johnston,
r. Miss Amy Kimmel.
knowing of children r.eed
wiil confer ;i fiivor on the
le.tiiig then: know of such
cases. -Miss (..IV receiv.'ll a lllliilO; r td
lif.scriplions -,vj ii. in the city.
Iia! larC.'s miiiw Liniment.
There is no pain it wiil not relieve
no swi-liing it will not sum. lie, no
wound it wiil not heal, 'l will cure
frost biles, chibiai. is and coi ns. Sold
by Wilson Drug Store.
Iii his suit in liie Supreme Court
with the Cotton li-'lt Railroad Rouck
lost. The Supreme Court so decide'd
yesterday. This means that the foun
dation is laid ft r a long and tedious
light in ht.- courts and it means that
Mr. H-iuck, to keep up ids reputation
as a winner of law suits will again
win .:: the end.
su-UIc Your Accounts.
All those knowing themselves in
debted io the City Drug Store are re-qu-stcd
to call and settle up. Mr.
Frank Xettles has the books and ac
counts and he wiil receipt you for the
amount you owe.
ire:it .Music Oiler.
Send us the names and addresses of
three or more performers on the piano
or organ together with ten cents in
silver or postage and. we will mail you
ten pieces full slie-et music, consisting
of popular songs, waltzes, marches,
etc., arranged for the piano and or
Popular Music Pub. Co.,
ardeau, Friday Evening,. February
The Council met in special session
at 7:30 o'clock, pursuant to the call ol
Mayor William H. Coerver Presi
dent, in the chair.
Members president Messrs. Demp-
sey, Givens, Kimmel, Polack, Powers,.
Absent Mr. Blomeyer.
The Mayor stated the object of the
mee: ing to be for the purpose of get
ting the sense of tb Council on takin
some action in reference to the death
of Honorable Edward D. Engelmann,
an ex-Mayor and ex-Polie-e Judge of
Mr. Fnn-jrsta.ll introduced the iol
io'.viag re-solution which was re-ad by
the Clerk as follows:
Whereas, our friend and fellew viti
zen. Edward D. Engelmann. an ex
Mayor of this city, was removed by
death on the 10th day February,
Whereas, Ibis Council, at tha call
of its presiding ollicer the Mayor, has
assembled in special session for the
purpose of giving expression to the
high esteem in w hich he has been held
by us and for the further purpose of
perpetuating his memory as an ex
Mayor and officer, an honorable and
useful citizen in a manner lielitting the
occasion, Therefor.' be it
Rksolvkd, That his Honor, the
Mayor, appoint a Committee of three
memb-rs of this Council to draft suit
able resolution. of condolence, as a
::r-moria! to our d-e-t ased friend, and
i! it fiH-lll-i-
Uf.suh.vi:!). That the Mayor and
Council and a!! city otrk-ers ate. nd the
;;;r.erai iu a !;.: y ii-. M.ich a manner as
shall: ii -reafler be arrange.!.
Mr. i'e iips. y moved the adoption t.l
the resolution and the motion carried.
The Mayor appointed Messrs. Kiu:
mel. Polack and Dempsey asCommi't. e
to urait resolutions ot conuol.-ncc as
piired by said resolution.
On motion of Mr. Kimmel the Mayor
ivas requested to invite all e'X-Mayois
of the city to meet with the Mayor and
Council at the Court House Sunday
afternoon : i !:.';f; o'clock au.i attend
with them the fuv re. ! of the Into Ed
ward D. F.ng' lniaria
Mr. Powers moved thai th- Mayor
appoint 'hr. i- ::ie;aiiers of tilt- Council
as a Comailtt e of arrangements for
'.he funeral, to provide carriages, as
c.'itiiia lb.- numix-i- i.f city oiliivrs who
ml a. tl make
;." ;n rnngeiiicnt s.
olio.: carried and
appointed Messrs. lnn.-rstall, Givens
ami R'.tesskamp as said Committee.
On motion of Mr. Dempsey the
I 1 O. E. CHA1"KLL,
Repoi t of Commilte-e appointe-d at
mei-ting of February Mth. t draft
restdntions on t' " death of ex-Mayor
Hoiieirable Edward 1). Engelmann.
KKSOI.rTIOXS OK KKSi'KCT A-S'l) COS
UOI.KXCK. Whereas. Our late friend and follow-
citizcn. Ex-Mayor. Honorable Euward
D. Engelmann. was removed from our
midst by death on the Ihlh day of Feb
ruary. !:, and
Whereas. R is but just that a lifting
r cognition of his services to the city
as :iu oiii-.-er and citizen should he had,
therefore be it
Rksolvkd I.y the Mayor and Coun
cil of the City of Cape Girardeau, that
in the death of Edward D. Engelmann
we lament the loss ef a former active
ollicer of the city v ho, while iu office,
fulfilled his duties with ability and im
partiality and always with the interest
of the city at heart: whose utmost en
deavors while tilling the various ef
tices to which he was chosen by the
people, those of Mayor and Police
Judge, were extended for its welfare
ami pro.-jicrity: a friend and .com
panion, a citizen whose upright and
noble life was a standard of emulation
to his fed lows.
Rksolvkd, That our heartfoit sym
pathies are extended to his family in
their affile! ion. an.i be it further
RKSOLVKD. That a page of our
record bt set apart for the purpose
and th'-se resolutions transcribed
th-rco::, a copy hcr'-of I.- transmitted
to the famiiy of the deceased, duly
attested by the Cle. ::. and copies fi'.r-nish-'d
he aev."s. papers of li.- city for
GMO. G. KlMMKI.. i
W. G. PcLACH. - Com.
ii. GllAi-AM DLMI'SKY. )
Attest: Gilo. E. Cli.U'l -LLL.
':!.- C eri:.
'i i;:n! Vi't.m..i."
S. Peoria S
Jan. li. IS!':.
Ou i- Working Woman's Home As
sociation used Foley's Honey and Tar
six years ago. and are using it to-day.
It has alwas been a favorite, for while
its taste is not at all unpleasant its ef
fects are very beneficial. It has never
ye disappointed us. Wishir.gyou all
possible sue-cess. sincerely yours,
Laura G. Fixon, Mgr. W. H. Coer
Journal of U-Proceellng9 Adjourn
ed Regular Session. (Official.)
Council Chamber, City of Cape Gir
ardeau,. Tuesday Evening, February
The Council met in adjourned regu
lar session at 7:30 o'clock; Mayor
William H. Coerver, Preident, pre
siding. Members present Msssrs. Dempsey,
Kimmel, Polack, Powers, Unnerstall.
Absent Messrs. Blomever, Givens,
The Street and Wharf Committee
submitted a report showingeompliance
with instructions received at last meet
ing to have the City Attorney furnish
a written opinion in reference to im
proving Good Hope street.from Sprigg
street to Spanish street, under a reso
lution passed by the Council October
I, 1894, by submitting the City At
torney's opinion as requested, which
Said opinion is to the effect that,
although the City Charter is silent on
the questions involved, yet it would,
in his judgment, not be safe to make
the improvements under said resolu
tion, for the reason that the work was
not commenced in a reasonable length
of time after the publication of said
resolution, and for other reasons which
are given at length and in detail in
detail in said opinion, which is ex
haustive and specifically sets out said
reasons why said work should not be
done under the resolutions referred to.
On motion of Mr. Dempsey said re
port and tho opinion of the City At
torney, wore received and ordered
Said Committee also submitted a re
port from tho City Engineer ( with pro
file attached) in reference to widening
and making passable for vehicles,
Aquainsi street, fvoin Indeiiendence
to Williams street, which was read.
Said o.'iieer states ia said report that
said street, between the streets named,
can be made a good dry weather road
with easy grades and everywhere wide
enough for teams to pass each other
by placing -! cubic -;:rds of earth
where no-den. at a cu: ' of tak
ing for ei-;,ii!e.i that the obstructions
intruded tm said street will lie i moved
a', the cost of thu owners thereof.
Said oiiieeT also reports in ivfcrer.ie
Vj tlie grade of Good Hope :-t;v-ei, be
tween Sprig-g a:id 1'aeiiie streets, that
the pres. lit surface of said street is
the grade established by ordinance.
Profiles til grade and grade lines are
attached to sain report.
Or. motion of Mr. Dempsey said rc
perl was received and ordered filed.
Mi: i'oia.k moved that the Mayor
!;ii.'t Council, as a committee of the
whole', meet at Planter's Milis next
Monday morning at o'clock for the
purpose of inspecting the ctmdiiion of
Aquamsi street and determining
whether or not to put said street in
p..s.-ai le conditio!! for vehicle from
independence to Williams si n it. and
he motion carried.
The Sired and Wharf Goiamiltre'.
to whom was referred at m -cting of
F-.-bi- i.iiy 7:1. . a p-litior.."ror.i property
.v.-i.i-rs on iiculoa stn.el stating that
the .- were owners ot real e-!at" on suta
slice!, ashing the Council to open slid
Meat-in street, from Indei end -nee
s.mt'i to Criiitiiv.it)' street, submitted
h : following report, whie-h was read:
hi the Honorable Mayor and Council:
We. your Street and Wharf Com
nuttce. to whom was re-lei re.l Ine e
tltion of property owners to otieii Ien-
-olll : iicepe'll
pc. t.i ; 'road
re poll and
a v street, respcciiaii
j-ommend that no r.clioubn taken to
ward ojiening said lie:. ton street, lor
the reason that tile petitioners own no
real estate fronting- on said street.
Signed Thomas PoVKl:s.
AIM. Kl KSSK AMI'.
On motion of Mr. Kimmel, said re
port was receive!!, concurred ill and
The following protest against grad
ing and graveling Good Hope street,
between Sprigg and Pacific streets, in
accordance with a petition to that ef
fect read at meeting of February 7th.
signet! by R. C. Xeieningcr, Fcrd
Steimik", John H. Lindemann, Martin
Rub and six other owv.ts of real es
tate abu'ting on said part of Good
Hope street, was presented and read:
To the Hon. Mayor and Council:
Gentlemen--We. the undersigned
taxpayers and owners of real estate
abutting on and fronting on Good
Hfle street, between Sprigg and I'a
cilic streets, remonstrate and protest
of tin; grading and gravclingsaid part
of Good Hope street as aforesaid.
On motion said protest was received
and ordered filed.
Mr. Kimmel introduced a resolution
to improve Good Hope street, from
Sprigg to Spanish street which, on
motion of Mr. Powers, was adopted.
A communication from the Fire
Chief was presented and read, and as
said communication was concerning
th- failure of the tire department to
respond to the alarm when the E. M.
Hobbs' residence burned, it was, on
motion of Mr. Dempsey, referred to
the Fire Hoard for investigation, with
instructions to report at next meeting.
On motion of Mr. Unnerstall the
Geo. E. Cbappfll,
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