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Matter mm Kverjr Phro.
JOKH X. OKKLT, Editor.
Hfinlr Mprtins Thereof.
Caiiio. III., .Inly 13, WS.f
Iroei1it Ills Honor, Mayor Muter,
ant Aldermen IlnllUlny, J.niicn'tcr, Xrl
II. Tarkcr, l'ntlcr, lClKrnlioii'-e, Tlil
tlcwood nnd Wrljjlit &
Alderman Hnlllday moved lo correct
the minutes of the Inst meeting upon the
lourtml as follow: Hy liifertliij: the
words, "jirovWIng for construction' af
ter the cl.iii ''with Instructions to draft
an ordinance;" by correcting the report
of the Ordinance Committee to read ns
follows: "The Ordinance Committee
reported the following ordi
nance, which was road n llrst time,
and under rule was laid over until next
regular meeting.' Ordinance above re
ferred to, to be copied upon the journal
In full alter the above clause. IJy cor
"Tming ttiu report of Itic Ordinance Com
mittee upon the appropriation bill to
read as follow: "The Ordinance Com
mittee also reported the annual appropri
ation bill for the llscal year ending A pill
30th, 1870, which was read a llrst time
nnd laid over to next regular meeting."
Said appropriation bill to be copied in full
upon the Journal after the above clause.
By correcting the minutes, in regard lo
the petition of city to the United .State
court, as follows : By striking out the
words ''redress" and "action,' and
changing the wording of the same to
read as follows : .Praying for "an order"
upon the "receivers' of the Cairo A. Vin
ccuncs railroad, "requiring them to
comply" with the ordinance granting
said road the right of way on Commer
cial avenue, "aud other ordinances of
On motion of Alderman llalliday the
minutes of the last meeting were approv
ed as ordered corrected upon the jour
nal. The following ordinance was placed
upon Its second reading, nnd on motion
of Alderman Thistlewood, adopted by
the following vote :
Ayes llalliday, .Lancaster, Xcllls,
I'arker, Tatlcr and Thistlewood (I.
N'ays Kittcnhousc and Wright 2.
AX OlimNAJfCK iirorMliig for Ubor on tin
streets and appointment of .Street Sunurvlaor.
Ie It onlalned by the city council of tlic clly of
SiCTiox l. For the purpose of Wptng the
Bircru ami Btenues in repair, eTery llinic iniinul
Uatof said city, between the nejot' twenty
one ami fifty years, (excepting suclias iitvcv
cmnt bv law) shall be nnd lliev srn ln.i..1ii-
ijulred to labor on the streets ami avenues of the
city inree aays in caeii year, umler iliUTtion ol
aucn uuicer as weeny council may turret.
See. a. Tbereshalllicappoinledbylhum.ivn
with the content of the clly council an oilier
fht CitV. In Iwf mltail .lliuirrl.n. f,r .,....
whose duty it shall lie to attend to the ml lie! Kin
in me sireei lax.anu sucn other mules ns may be
ilvnlt'Ml iiimn film ln Ilia l... ..........II
devolved upon him by the city council
Sec. 8. before auv street MinrrvUm
terupon the duties of Ills oilier, he sliull la.eiin
oath oforUce, aj Is provided lor other olliccrs,
and shall enter into bonds for J,U"U with snlli
clent security, to le approved by the city rouii-
i ' '2F "ir ""'V1 lnormance of the duties of
mi uiuuc Ks bucii supervisor.
Sec. t. The cltv rlert slinll
receipts books, the receipt In which shall tie
numbered with corrapondliiK numbers on slulis
' uiBini nun niiuiiueiiver one nook ntu time
to such suiHrvisor, who shall use the receipts
eoatalned In said book, and no other, In his col
lections of street tux, ami vtheiiarfeviiitisls-
Biiruursaiu supervisor lor street lax, lie shall
euterln theniaiKinor slnbof said book, cor-
n.iuuuiu( mm me receipt, iuu uainu of Un
person to whom paid receipt was Issued, aud
the date and amount thereof, ami the book of
marRlns or stubs of said receipts shall buielurn
td to the city elerk, to be by him Med In his of
fice, as soon ns nil the receipts conlalueil in said
book have licen Ued ; l'rovided, If any receipt
cannot fur any purpose beuseil, itslmfl be fold
ed back with the margin and be returned to the
city clerk's olUce with them, and for each and
even- failure to comply with Die nijtilrvmrnls
ofthli section, said treet supervlnor sliull i.r
feitand iiay tould clly a mm not teas lU.in
twenty-lire dollars nor more than tiny dollars
Sec. S. The supervisor shall becharKcd with,
aud account to the city for.ull the rtveliits furu
isbed blm, as herein provided, and luiucof
Ills refusal or neglect to return nit account lor
such receipts und of the niuouuts collecliil lo
the clty.council at each regular meetlnir of the
same, on the llrst Tuesday of each and eery
month, by producing the receipts of ihe treasu
rer and the report of the city clerk, he shall for
feit and pay to said city a hum of not lesK than
twenty-live dollars nor more than tlfty dullurs.
Sec. 0 Jio money shall lie expendel nor labor
performed by tho supervisor except under the
instructions and by illiection of the city coun
cil. Sec. 7. All ainonuta lo be received by the cltv
treasurer as provided fur in this onlliiuncv',
shall be expended under the dlrectiou ol the city
council on the streets und avenues of the clly,
Sec 8. The supervisor of streets slmll, on the
Mcond Monday In .May In tach j ear. or us hoon
thereaftar as he may 1 directed by the city
council, proceed to notify the male Inhabitants
of thexilyfrora whom street lalwr cm be re
'luired, to attend at such time ami place, and
with such implements as he muv designate, tor
the purpose ofperformlng the labor necessary in
the repair of such of the streets us require It,
said work to lie done under direction of thestieet
Sec. 9. Tlit said notices shall lie printed or
written, and shall be given at leat three days
before the day on which the laborers ure rtiiulrt d
towprk, andsliallbe serve.! personally or by
leivlng them at the usual place ol abode of the
person required to labor.
ilt. Tuul"Uorof tliuts shall keep
list of the persons notified, the date or the no
tification, and thcamounts paid In lieu of labor
And bv whom l und to all urrkim. i... . 1...11
personally, or by another, dllllgtntly labor the
ibrt days required of him, or anrpurt thereof,
thm itlwrvUnr nf ilftul. .Imt .,).:. .. t..'
either In full or In part, for the street lax of that
.hec. 11. All persons laboring 011 the streets
nan be required to labor with rcainnable dill-
vutc icu vours ,in eacn uay, uun if iiuyper
-vu. wuniuj un me sirens or uvenues, in con-
v.Mitj viiiii me uuii(vaiorejai(i, snail iciiuetu
owuKnurk nunc manner directed In- dm
street cornmltti-e or lierson In charge, hu shall
not be entitled to receive auy eredlt fur stni
UX, but shall be reported to Ihe city ntloi nev
lor prosecution as oneol those fulling oruruslnif
to work. "
Bee. 12. Ifany lierson neglects or refuses to
uirauu uiyuirn, uiitr neiiig nouiied us ufoif.
am, ana snau mil to pay 10 the supen lhor of
V.. v iirasiirer me sum 01 1 in,,
dollars, on or before l ie last iluv i,n -i.i..i
h required to labor as above sjclfltd. he thai)
be liable to the city in an action for the ivcinen-
raereor. and shall forfeit andnav to snt,i ,.u .:
um not less than live dollars nor more than ten
dollars! wad the supervisor of streets shall. lm.
rnedUUly jipon theexpiralion of the three days
ii.5 r.11 1.7 t. 1 1 I'wiuiinni, inn is 1 h
6C. 13. All moneys received bv Ihe supervl
ol streets In lieu of street labor, shall be
1 by him In leiral cum-iirv Imn n.- ..i.l
reasurr. on or before Ihe ilrsi'Tii.iav ..r. t.
month, and at each llrst innnthlv meeting of llie
,ty council Mid suiicrvlsor sluifl make l enort ol
""l'lnd expenditures und work fur the
nIme.u.V.,.'onth' "hlcli report shut I contain the
SiWP1 I0" laboring on the stieets.aiul
for wchanS.." Pmenuijn lieu therori and
.TT5nn''ry failure to coinn v Hi n...
T'Y."?" ' Us section, the sa d sui.eri i. nr
ihTn KK,1? WW eltr a Mim 'not ess
BSM iKKSlte more thai, one
rcivliM, each and every re
SUSS ?;! in i imi i
the city council
of the i.rocelhii of
M.ooo, and twenty per .eiA.'on all S "", ot
Uataaioi.nt, whlcli r eentax" all Ki ,T,r,
fcr all aenrloes rendered bv hrm u' 7. J...' 1,1 Ml
Isr. IS. That the street suiiervlsor U ui.,1 1
hereby Invested with full lilhi- aithorn 1 L
em Writs aud niake arrests of all persou,'
When am s are autliorlied, who Imvu t!i,'.
:Z2SttZLM.r.W "n "to or aVel
v wvi., mum niiv UStt rttU4vi
i itiuitA.! a ai.i ii. a AiitimtAHi r ir uttt- iiir. mr i .ikiiii im:iiirv iah iiniid n jii.i ii r.. i
nHT iiiiiiii mi ni i"iir s vi j-iij iMMiii 4'n,ti in ii 1 I ' I lltlllOs H'V lin I'U 1J I ft I
rrltnrrxriniiUon iirrsrl.. 1;v, SnMait! Win. M. Wlirinme fi.. l-mi.w, ni
The itnntml niiproiirlatlon hill wa
placed upon the (-econd reading, nnd on
motion of Alderman Xelll' H was re
solved to talic notion upon e.tch Itein sep
arately. From general Interest fund for purpo'o
of paying lnient on sundry bonds
7i0; on motion of Alderman N'elll said
amount was appropriated.
From Fox, Howard ,t Co land, for
piiilioscs ol pnylnglntcrct on bonds Is-
sued to Fox, Howard & Co $!),SI0; on
motion of Alderman ThNtlewoml saltl
ninount was appropriated.
rrom bond redemption fund for iiur-
poies ol paying bonds due nnd becom
ing due before April IKItli 1870 !?7.'0; on
motion of Alderman .Wills said ninount
From lund for paying city Interest
bearing wnrrants for paying principal
Interest on Inleiost-bcarlng wairauls
$3,000 on motion of Alderman Wright
said amount was aproprlated.
lioiu I.evco street and gravel road
lund for paying sums borrowed for ir rav
eling Kcvec street $3,500; on motion of
(Vlilonniin Itlttcnhoiise said amount was
From the general fund to pay salaries
of olllcers 7,i00; on motion of Aldernian
right said amount was appropriated.
To pay cost of repairing, and of assess
ment against the city for building and re-constriictlngsIdowalks-$:t0O0.
of Alderman Wright, said appropriation
was raled to $1000.
To pay cost of repairing street $3000.
On motion of Alderman Wright said
amount was appropriated,
To pay con of drainage,
work $1,500. On motion or
llalliday said amount was
lopaycxpeiHooflloard of Health
$1,500. On motion of Alderman Wrliiht
sam amount was appropriated
lo pay expeiim ol fire department
Sd.ow. on motion of Aldurma
light the said appropriation was rale
lo pay expense of clerk's olllee and
council chamber SHOO. On motion of
Alderman llalliday said amount was ii
To pay expenses of city election $100,
On motion of Alderman Thistlewood .-aid
ninount was appropriated.
l o pay expend of city Jail and dictlii,
prisoners Sinoo. On motion of Aide
r . . .. ... . .
mini i-iiii.-ii-iicr ini amount was appro
io pay expense of city printing $.100.
On money of Alderman Parker sal
amount was appropriated.
jo pay cost ol revising and printing
ordinances, ..(). Un motion of Alder
man I 'a tier said amount was appropri
'l'o pay expeiwes of gas in street lamps
"u motion ol Altlerman Wrbdit
..i.i . ... "
.-iuu .iiiioiiiii was appropriated
i o pay lee lor collecting general war
rant ol lbio, $I,:!.lo. On motion of Aid
eriuan l.'Ittenhoiik; said amount was
To pay lor contingent liuriioscs.SlfMin
jii motion oi Altlermau Wti-'ht said
amoiiiit was appropriated.
motion oi Aiiiennan Ha id:n- lho
sahl Ai)i)ioi)i7at!on 11111 was IIioii!!.li..it,.,i
in inn as aiiieiiueii ny tliolollowlii'' votn;
Ayes Jliillld.n-, .iincasfcr. Veil.. '.,.
tier, Parker KlttenJioiise. Thls-tlfwnoil
ml Wright S.
J'rovidiliL' for tl l. Ilimilnl fit.mn,l..
lions iiir.tiv--v7i,nr, ending April '.W,
lie It ordained by the clly council of the
city of Cairo.
Hixtio.v 1. That for pnrposo of de
fraying the necessary expenses of the cor
ponttlon lor the ll-c;tl vetir, ending April
""i ;" '' I'ui iii iL'iiain namiities ai-
reauv niciirreu. tim following sums or so
much thereof as may he required, be and
iiu-j iuu nurcuy iijipropriaieii, lor the fol-
liur)ui:s, viz :
FiitsT.rFrom the general Interest
rund : 1- or the purpose of paving Inter
est on sundry bonds of the city $!),":,(),
hiicoxn. From tho Fox, Howard &
Co.. interest lund : I'oi-tlm immnin r
payiiig interest on bonds Issued to Fox.
no warn iV Uo gu.s 10.
Tliiitii. From tin- linml
fund : For the purpose of paying bonds
due and becoming due. before Aniil'SOth.
Foi'itni. From the fund for pavhi"
city interest-bearing warrants : FTr
the purpose of paying principal and In
terest on Interest-bearing warrants its
provided for In ordinance Xo. 01 $s-
Fimi From levee street gravel road
loan fund: For purpose of paying gums
borrowed lorgravellng levee ttreet-$:i,-000.
Six; ii. From the general fund: For
the following purposes, vi. :
1. To pay salaries ol olllcers, $7,500.
J. 'lo pay cost of repairing and por
tion of assessment against the city for
i'lVl !,K iuu t-onstriietlii" sidewalks,
i. 'lo pay tlio cost
of repairing ol
MwkTsilootl. eo,t 01 a,'i,,";le' i,i)U 1111,1
5. To navc.vnensiH nf iin ii.,1 r ii....ih.
To pay expenses ol lire department.
7. To pay expenses ot city clerkV of
"Co! ",V,a coancll chamber, $:ii)0.
.lub ,,ay ,,xl"Jlls0S of c"y election,
'M l'l ICUIIUl J?a v'lftttj.
'i 10 l'ay expenses of city printing,
. J' .i I'1 ,,xl"et,s ol revising aud
1 1 Ml.
I'l imuix oniuiauecs, ouu.
.tVll'" t-'am in
To pay fees for
ant, 18i5, $,:i.",o
l'o pay fees fori
Mil j . . .
w s.oiiuniiU'o on Claims to whom
uiu leieneu llie lollow bills, reported the
Mum iiaci, leeominendlng the payment
uiureoi as iouovn ;
Chas. Johnson, for ntirMng and
having charge of pe,t house
Juno and July
S. Hunter, for 'hauling (1 loads""
water lo pest house
Thos. Fellds, for nursing aud
cooking at pest house.....;.
Win. Wolf, for groceries, etc., for
Dr. Win. Wood, for medical nU
tendance, etc., at pest house
i.i..lo Howard, for nursing four
'laysut pest house
'fluids I.cinnlck, for nuiIngat
li tAirnn iu iiiniK-r iiiiiii i
doL's. 50 rents IS
II. II. Mack, for commission on
$25 00 lines collected in Mnv II 75
Win. Tohuson, lor hauling (lead
cow, garbage and etci 2 25
lime, I.oomlsA; Co, torlee 2 70
L. (lorman, work on park, ilc 11 25
Hu'c.I.ooinls A. Co. lee for clerk V
olllee ; 1 SO
Ciiro Kvenlng Sun, vaccination
tickets, Ac. 10 liO
l)..l.(lalllgan, O. A. Henrlcks
nud.lohu A. Poor, each... 00
I). .McCarthy, dieting prisoners.
Jlav '. $11 10
Dr. .1. O. Sullivan, 21 vaccina
tions, 50c 1:1 50
Dr. (1. C. Parker, III vaccina
tions, 50c 5 50
I!. Vocum, for the use of mule and
cart 17 50
Dunk Window, hauling man to
las Sullivan for same '10
Stratum it lllr.l, nails :t:t 50
.las. Shclton, cleaning council
chamber, June 'I 50
To Delta City Fire Co., one quar
ter's allowanee to 1st Inst 00 00
Hough nnd Keady Fire Co.,
same 00 00
Arab Fire Co., same CO 00
Hibernian Fire Co., same l!0 00
P. II. Cunningham, rent of coun
cil chamber n 15 00
Stephen llradley, hauling garbago
fnr.lune l:l ::)
Jno. Clancy, dieting prisoners 108
days at 50c, In .Tune 00 00
Jno. Clancy. 110 extra meals lo
prisoners at Kijc, In .Tune 6 00
31. Glenn, hauling drunken man
Thos. McCabc, same !I0
Wm. Johnson, burying cow 1 50
J. C. Htiels, blanks.....?. 8 00
F. Vincent, lime I 00
L. Gorman, work on park, etc 211 25
Win. W. Williams, for kllllmrnud
licensing dogs 100 00
.M. Cahlll, hauling 5 00
Cairo City Gas Co., gas lor coun
cil chamber 5 85
X tlt- , . B. -
.MjHiiMi luce, iiimocr oi in
Cairo Uty Gas Co., gas lor street
lamps, June :il I in
l. I'. Wake commissioner, forcol
lectlng gravel road special as.
sessment I'.l "S
.las. powers, repairs on scraners.
etc 10 05
lustlcu I'.t'unnlnghani, for bury
ing Susan Dumas at 7 mile
graveyard, iuriiihing cotlln.
etc s 00
a. II. Thistlewood, expensed to
Paducali 8 50
W. T. Gaiin. 2 t ays' work with
team n 00
W. T. Gatln. work with team Oil 75
P. Cochran, 111 days' work with
team II 2
Thos. Iloyle, CJJ days' work with
team II 2.
I). C. Hoinan. 22 days' work with
Mr. I.ally, 137 days, with team.
' m. Cary, 13 days, with team....
J. Median. KM (lavs, with te.iin...
IS. .Mason, ll days, with team
W. Wolf, llf days, with team
i. .iciiKins, iu: days, witli team...
P. II. Cochran, 10 days, with
P. W. Martin. 85 davs. with team
I. McCabe. 11 davs. with le.-ini. ...
M. Mahoney, 13 days' work 011
J. Sullivan, MJ days' work on
J. Sullivan. 2', davs' work- on
J. Sullivan, 1 davs'
Ino. Dillon, 12? dav.v
Ino. Dillon. 1 (lavs'
J. Murphy, 12 davs'
I. Murphy. 1 davs'
D. Cahlll. III? daws'
Ino. f.anc, Ul days'
, Jlarncll, l.'lj daws'
, I.ane, V. davs'
. Cunningham, 1 1
. Cunnlnuhnm, 'A 'yi' work on
nt reel s
T. Wheeler, 11 daws' work
I!. Casltman, l.'lj ilav' work
T. Hashion, 13 days' work
H. Gaiin. I days work onstrecis..
M. Driscal. 11? daws work on
M. Driscal, 21 days' work on
M. Stanton, 11J daws' work
G. Voting. 121 (lavs' work
S. Anseliuent, 0.' days' work on
W. .Mockler. 51 davs' work- on
ICcaling.2 (laws' work on streets
J. Diilon,2.1 days' work on streets
1-. uoniey. 11 ( avs' work on
P. Conley. 2J davs' on work
D. McCarthy, V days' work 011
hi rue is
M. Cahlll, hauling
IUU 01 .1. .1. AIM Ol'snn. Sli 7 1 r.ili.ri-.il
back to chief of police for payment.
..... w, w.uiu j.tciinig mm, lor rj,
oiiud to be Included in contract with city
last year. '
11111 of Cairo Kvenlng Sun, for $11, lor
publishing assessment notices, Ac, re
lum' to ity treasurer for payment.
Ml ot . G. Cary, for cotlln, $5, re
ferred to chief of police- lor payment.
On motion or Alderman Patier the re
port ol the Committee was concurred in,
and the clerk authorized to draw on the
Treasurer for the several amounts.
The Ordlnanco Committee submitted
the following report, which was, on ino
tion of Alderman Wright, approved.
To Ihe Clly Council of tho Clly of Culro ;
our Ordlnanco Conunltce who, under
resolution adopted June 8th, last, were
Iiii-ti uotfil to ascertain and report to the
uiiiicu iuu cusi 01 revising ami publish.
nig 11 000K iorni tlie ordinances of the
city, beg leave to report: that the cost,
as near as nun ho nseertMitunl nf ..,,.1.1.". '
and publishing the ordinances In ii thor-
1 "s" 'i mei 1 "in 00 nnout l ive Hun
dred Dollars. We are satlslicd tho cost
will not exceed that sum.
X. II. Tiiivri.Kwoop,
C F. Xm.i.is,
Thos. W. II.iij.iiuv.
1 bo Committee on Streets, to whom
were lvierredlho pet tionofO. W. m,..
h'eaig aud others, asking that aside walk
be bu'lt 011 Klghteeuth street, between
mum ami ueiiar, reported upon same,
recommending the graulingof the prayer
of the petitioners,
I On motion of Alderman .Wills said ro.
port was concurred In.
Alderman Itlttenhou-ii ollered tin;
lowing resolution which, on motion
Jtesult'fd. That, lm I'li'llifll- ill,. (11..
Council will recognize no bills presented
till IHlVlllltllt lli.lr,-, el I .1 . 1
and voucbed for bv the chairman of the
committee of the department for which
such services and supplies arc needed.
Alderman Lancaster ollered the fol
lowing resolution which, 011 motion ol
Aldernian Patter was adopted.
lltsoherf, Thai the City Attorney be In
structed to allow no side track or nulled
put down on Commercial Avenue, be
tween Second nnd Thirty-fourth sheets ;
nnd should It be necessary to prevent
the same, that he obtain an tniiuctlonat
Alderman rialllilay ollered the follow
ing resolution which was on motion,
lUsolvnl, Thattheoriliuance committee
be and they arc hereby authorized to ar
range with n competent person to re
vlselthe ordinances of the clty.thn same to
be done tmder thc'gcner.il direction of said
ordinance committee, and they are fur
ther niithorlzcil to ask for and receive
proposals for printing In book form the
ordinances, nlier revision, and report the
same with their recouiuniidatloii thereon
to tho council for approval, tho entire
cost or all not to excird live hundred
Alderman Wright olleied the following
resolution which was on motion ap
Jlnnhtil, That the street committee Ikj
and are hereby instructed to ascer
tain the exact number' of
street lamps now being lighted,
that may bo located In violation of any
ordinance relating thereto, nnd report at
next meeting of the council.
Alderman Xcllis ollered the following
resolution whlch,on motion or Aldernian
Wright, was adopted :
ltcsohcd. That the Cltv Clerk ! In.
sturcted to correspond with manufactures
ot hose, and ascertain what trade or ex-
ctiange can Do made 01 the gum belting
now owned by the city, and report to the
Council at meeting next month.
On motion of Alderman Hnllldav. the
vote on Aldernian Lancaster's resolu
tion was reconsidered,
On motion of Aldernian Wright the
time granted to I). J. Galllgau for build
ing sidewalks, was made at 00 daws
from dale of contract.
Alderman Patier offered the following
resolution which, on motion was adopted
IlcKolenl, 'J lint the Chairman of the
.street L.otninittcfi do reiiuested to inform
the managers of the Cairo & Viiieenncs
railroad, mat ordlnanco 101 Is now 111 ef
fect, and must he complied with, within
lite time named, or be removed from the
Keportol D. J. Galllgau, Geo. W.
Henrlcks and Jolin A. Poor, upon cost
of reconstructing certain sidewalks, was
on motion of Alderman ISittenhouse, re-
lerred to the city attorney, to lie tiled In
the county court for Judgment.
Petition of llalliday Uros., a-klng per
mission to lay side-track on Ohio I.eyce,
near Elevator, corner of Fortieth street,
was, on motion of Alderman Patier. re-
ferret! to Street Committee.
Petition of I'. Cuhl asking permis-lou
to erect frame building on lot S, Illoek 0.
was on motion of Alderman Thistlewood
referred to Committee on Fire Depart
ment. Ilond of Cairo Itiilletin Company was
liresentedaiidre.nl, and, 011 motion ol
Alderman llalliday, approved.
Ilond of Newton ISIce was presented
mil read and on motion of Alii, riimii
Wright referred back to Mr. Itico with
Instructions to make a new bond In con-
lormlty with the advertisement.
Alderman f..nicaie-"ered tho follow
big resohilJo" "sa substitute lor tho res
outturn previously ollered by blm, which
was on motion adopted:
Htxoirta, J-nai siioiiki n v tiersons nr
.. . , MM. -1. ..
corporation attempt violation of Sec. 3
ordinance 101, the City Attorney be and
ho Is hereby instructed to take such lm
mediate legal ieps to prevent such vio
lation as -hall in ills judgement seem
On motion or Aldernian Xelli
W.M. I'ltK.NCJI Axi.r.v,
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street, Carro. 111.
O"0nl'rs for Stinmlioutii iiruiiiiitlv
liny linur, ilny or night.
f i 1 1 1 at
Thirty-Third Annual Session
Begins Sept. 29th.
For Circulars AiMrcus
Chic?KO.a8ki MUlcr' 0!;8 Wabash Ave.
OF A VICTIM.
tu iii X's-n-,,,;" ''""'oo'V l'tc- ulvl
r.'ih.tn .,1. i. """tir limlfrKoiiiK imicli siil'-
Til U!Vri 1 '! vi""'1 nvtloio. Address NA
lvi V v l,MAU Ult.l'. O.lloxlM, llrook
N' ' "-7-l-wtiin.
AMERICAN WASH BLUE
For Laundry and nousohold Use,
MANlI'.CTUIti:i at Tiir:
American Ultraoarino Works, Newark, H. J.
.iii'ly"?11 'i1'"' is IIib tieit lntlio worM. It
1 ,.ini lY' 'tiilus nothing Injurious to
.1 1,, trr1,u,'rli:' '""I 1 I'y nil lirpi
XI ... 0,1 i""C("'t of H 1'leasliiK 'IVect mill
..i.! . ?' h"l'rioi- for wliltrwasliluK. 1'iit
..i.,1.':' ku.KW ""'U'lili'iit for fuinlly hsb. I'rloi)
riVL"iu' ''; K'ur'-rs cvrry vlirrc. Alwi
American ultramarine works
r i..0l,,l(';' 7- William fitrent, New York.
liTi.in.-1 'i' ""iu swa li
WUOLESALR AND RKTAIIi.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Oornar 19th St. nd OommertUl Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
ItKAI. KSTATK AU:.T.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
JON VEYANCERS, H0TABIE8 PUBLIC
Land Avonta of the Illlnola Ontral and
Durlliiifton and Uulucy R. A.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
I. O. LY.VC.ll. 11, i, iiowlky.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
olloctors and Conveyancers
OFFICE-At the Court Houbo.
Tho People's Remedy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor,
Note : Aak for
Tuke no othi
'Ili-ar: fur I will simik of rxci lli'iit tlilnicn '
1 11J iirlco to Mini or Itiimn
KtrnliiN, Sprains, Cutilii
t riirluroN, (Juts, I.in ni
I11I or I lie 1 hi I W1111 ml .
lllprilluir M.nuiiH, i,
nunr Hlrrd.oml lllcl
.iik .iuimi or ircin.
onillliiK or II I mill ami
IMIihi nimlhiK I'lli-s.
Illln.l l'lles, (luPullllile.J
iuikiu, .iHeiiiii r un1
Illii iiimilUiu, Wiciiiua
111 ''Uellllllf lir.nnni,aa
NiiinifMH or .ori-iiMs,
Sort- Tliriuit orOnln-r.
Sure or Inflniiiiil Kris nr
, alnrrli. U iuorrlun,
nr too I'mOtk
Milk Loir. Ovarlun Di,.
. ni-si- ami TiiiiinrK.
REMEDY. ,..iLr?.r.,n'1 s-wiry.
nuns 01 inianti, or
' . Ailults.
iHrli-om Vflim, Kn
, lartcMl or liidniiKil Veins.
Illrerx, DM .Sores, luli-r-i
nulla, Carlitinrlfs. Tn.
11I or .nre 1'ii-t.
. me Halls,
freloii orWhillow, Frost-
"i i.unns or rarts.
MONIUllO IlltfH. Inst-ct
hllnss, tlmiipiil llanil,.
OMi'N KXTIIACT Is for sale by all I'irat.
iMtia ItrUKKlNtn.sml recolnininilwl liy
all l)niKKlls. riiysleians, nml ery
boily who liaa fr iieeil It.
I'Ainulilct coiitalnliiK History ami Uses mall -c-l
rn nn aiiillcatlon, irnot fomul ntyotir
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
lia.5-13-.lly. Vrk n,", I'0,"l"
"Uuiiiii'Htloiinbly tUn bout Nimlulned
warn 01 me winil in I lie World."
NOTICKB OK THE I'ltKKB,
Tho over Increasing i-tri'iilntlnn nf ti,t
excellent monthly proves Its continued
adaption to pojiular ilchlris and noeds, In
deed, when wo think Into how many homes
It nenetrates every month, we must con
slderitasono of the oilucators as well as
entertainers of tho jiubllo inind, for Its vust
popularity has been won by no nppeiil to
atupttl rrejudiees or depraved tastes. Bos
The cluitactor which this M.u-i.jIi,,.
wesses for varloty.enterprlse.artlstlo wealth,
auil literary culturo that has kept pnee with,
lfit has not lud the times, should eaube its
cotiductoiu to regard It with lustlllable com
pluconcy. It also entitles them to a creat
claim upon tho public gratitude. Tho
Magazine Iibb done good and not evil all
me uaya 01 its lire. llrooklyn Eagle.
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age by tho publishers. 1
xvli1n,,t,?.nH t0. "wpor'a Magazine,
Weekly, or Uazar, to one address for one
year, f 10 00; or two of Harper's periodi
cals, to one address for one year. 7 00
postagolroc. ' ' '
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Weekly or llazar will bo kiipplled gratis for
every club of Uvo subscriber at f 00 each.
In one remittance! or six copies lor tw 00
without oxtra copy; postage free
time ,uml"!rH uan ,,u """PPHoil at any
A completo set or Harper's Magazine,
now coiiinrUlnir 40 volumna. in noiVi ,.1.1!
binding, will bo sent by cxpross, froiiiht at
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X2,l!5lov8,nSta volumes, by mall, postpaid,
:i 00. ClotB cases, lor blnUIng,' bfl cents
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Address HAKl'KK Jb UIIOTHKHS, N. Y.
AN ELIGIBLY T3ITUATED BRICK
And tho two lots upon which it is situated
'I hul rtill llnMi.il lliirk lloiisi-atlliiToriii rori'oiilar ami Twriitlrlh mnl- ulil.
Nutiiriliiy, July aim, IH7II.
for nisli In IimiiiI . "I hi'lr will l sold Im-sIiIi-s llir n ul titali-, a stork of irriu-. rl. li li,.ll,. ..
llX$unMn "r""lly " "" "r,'"r,"r " ;' u"'1
Astlicownrrlsilitirniliiijltosill, I'Viryhody ulionny il.Mii' emit liarinilns slioiild siirml
riii; wilu III In- io,lu and w Itlmtit lt-i rr. ' K ltl l imi , m Ivrui'
l'iilro,.JiiUf.!i), I67A iu..i.ii IIIAMjKI.
Offered for Sale at
Crat Reduction in Friof
Prints, Bloached Muslins,
Table Linens, Porcalos,
LARGE STOCK OP DRESS GOODS,
Japanese Silks, Silk Poplins,
nliSn-CVl!IlW'i!liii" 9o?tl"',,y,tct0,l1.r Lawna, Swiss Mariallaa, ami a Urnr Slofk of
Corner Bigntli St. and Commercial Ave
PAINT AND 0H DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF
UKUQBIBTS' FANCY GOODS.
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL
YV "'"" '"rn-io lut nre ami opirs rrom
IT l 1 T 1 . . .
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
74 Ohio Lnveu.
F. M. STOCZSFLBTB,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
Wines and Liquors.
oa OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops a full stock of
Monongahela.Rye and Robinson Oounty
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN.
KELLY" ISLAND JND CALIFORNIA WINES.
OF DRY 600DS
COLLIER WHITE LEAD.
Drwritlsfn. I'lirslrkns as, I i:,n.n,l c, i .
CAIRO I RETAIL & PRCSORITriU.N
I WaaklnKton Av., Cor. 8th St.