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ETC IHE CAIRO BULLETIN, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1008
THE CAIRO BULLETIN nmi..ijm,iijui'.iuii.iiiii vvrTrmrTiwvim iraerr ANOTHER MOVE rpo lJntsrad ' th Cairo Pottoflloefortreinmlmion thniutfli the mailt. ououd-olMS mum. MXttMJttt mttt Mtt 3 THE WEATHER Yesterday's Cams Te-nperature. '.Maximum " ,;1 Minimum U 7 . in Vt 12 midnight, (street record) .. 52 General Conditions. Tht day was cloudy and qtik't. ' afniiig at times but no ruiu fell. . 1 e-vornment bulletin repotted m f-orn five points, none in t'to t'lo-s. Extremes of t'.Hl:?' i, w re -78 at. Phoenix, Ariz., an. I nt Havre. Mlnimums an.l maxi - : n t.Hs section were: Culm i : : ; Tr's 4u-72, Louisville 10 ' ago 4iM!4. FOB PURE BALLOT ;0 MM ITT EE OF FIFTEEN SE LECTS EXECUTIVE BOARD OF SIXTEEN CITIZENS. WILL CALL MEETING At Court House Soon to Approve By Laws and Other Matters Committee Adjourned Till Tuesda;'. i 'air-' Forecasts For Today. an.! vicinity: Fair; warmer Sun and Moon. ;'vn will rise, today (J:'H a. m. Pun will set today i:"S p. in. !pou will rise tonight ... 4.19 a. in. fNote: The above sun ami moon icccnl is for Illinois ami approxl ; .ntes the record ;?vv minutes. 1 at Cairo within a i NEWS OF THE RIVERS; vi ( tTrrirnTiTiiTTmriTr The river marked fi.8 feet on tin "a;ro gauge last evening showing a fail of .1 of afoot in 2i hours. Rising: rivers were reported yes teiday from lioints above here as follows: Parkersburg .1, Cincinnati .1, Johnsonvlile . The Liberty cleared for New .Mad lid yesterday morning, and all way landings. The Scotia having brought two ' i arses of tics from the Tennessee tivei went south yesterday with " f atpties. The City of Saltillo was in port list evening out from the Tennesson Ivor and cleared for St. Louis about ' o'clock. ' The Saiie Lee is coming up from leiiiphis and will turn hack from here. The Stacker Leo Is due out from .St. Louis today bound for Memphis. Yesterday's River Forecasts. The Ohio, at Evansville and Mt. Vernon, will continue to fall slowly luring the in'xt 4S lions. At Padu rah mill Cairo, not much change dur ing the next 48 hours. The Wabash at Mt. Cannel, th' Tennessee, from Florence to below .'ohnsonvllle. and the Mississippi from below St. Louis to Cairo, no Material changes during the next " lew days. W. K. P.AURON. Observer. The committee f fifteen having in ( karge the 111 re ISallit movement. Mit t last night at the offices of Chas. F. Stuart A Son to give attention t matter-; i'elerrcil to them by tlie pun 'ic met tine of last Tuesday. Those .resent being W. B. Huetto I'chni:' :nnn). llorslas Halli lay (seen tary), V II. Wood. P. T. Langan. .Indue W S. Dewey. Hon. M. F. Gilbert, Chas. Cunningham, H. S. Antrim, C. S. Carey. The most important busi ness was the selection of sixteen eiti .ins. two from each voting precinct In die city, to constitute the execu tive board of the Pure Ballot League. is voted at the public meeting aiore nontioned. The committee is not prepared to give the names of tht se gentlemen to the public until ail have ion seen to learn if they will serve. A committee sncositing of Ioug!as Hr.iliday. H. S. Antif.n and P. T. I.iihgau was appointed to call on tlie ippointees and urge their accept ance of the appointment. Hills were allowed and the eom-liirti-e oted to adjourn till Tuesday i.ight when the committee on by-laws vi .11 be ready to report, which con sists of Hen. M. F. Gilbert lehair nuni .Indue W. S. Dewey and '.V. H. liuette. pether public meeting: will be ealied at the court house at which fi.ll reports will b" made of what has been done and endorsement will be ;sked for. There art- something over two hundred members and the purpose it to procure at least one thousand. y ii is 1; 'lilt fi'ih" 1 1 v i i.-t J s ifS (in! : !Vr ( j AW V3 II MS) .1- 1 -may .1" L w m Ml JJ ONLY 189 Suits, Overeoals, Raincoats, and Topcoats remain here to be sold between new and toniglit Saturday, of those elegant $15, $18, $20 and $22 values tor wjin'ni'UMuiimi.M An aggregation ct Suit, Overcoat, Raincoat and Topcoat value that demands the attention of every man who wants snappy, serviceable up-to-thc -minute clothing at a bargain price. We can't possibly overpraise these suits for Cairo has NlVEft seen such garments for tke money. SUITS are worsteds, cfissimercs, serges and cheviots-blacks, blue and 20 dilfcrent fancy patterns. OVERCOATS in black, grey and farcy effects. RAINCOATS in plain black and fancy gray. TOPCOATS in black and fan, all made by expert workmen-tailored to hold their shape-permanent fronts that cannot break. Absolutely unpre cedent values, net odds and ends nor odd stock, but strictly new choice clothing The products of the country's most renowned makers. POSITIVELY 315, $18, $20, S22 SUITS, OVERCOATS, RAINCOATS, TOPCOATS lor $9.95 J. SOLOMON COMPANY SEE WINDOW DISPLAY SOLOMON'S 709 Commercial Ave, 711 OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 10:30 THREE STORY BRICK DWELL ING WITH ALL MODERN IM PROVEMENTS. LOCATED DOWN TOWN FOR SALE CHEAP. QUICK SALE DESIRED. APPLY C. R. STUART & SON, NO. 807 WASH INGTON AVENUE. ORDINANCE NO. 180. CConclud"! From Second Page.) 1 1 Cairo nearly (ho BuUetlu. everybody reads ill POLICE CIRCLES T hree Bad Negroes One Tries Hold "p f-n Another and is Shot "wo Wanted Elsewhere. 'here was little doing in the rl court yesterday lmt Mm jMdice wer.i ot idle. Officer Wade had a case in .hieli he was ac. us. . of halne mother liigner." He wa-ti t guilty. A negro named Huffman -tus shot In Hi i on l'p r S anior-e Mtf.-I. I, lit If HH sbot by aiuxhcr n.g.,i wP;, laiineil Huffman Ititd io n.b him. 'tTicr Wade arrested Huff man. Officer Huh Johnson arrested a bad ! ( gro li. mu d 1. ro ';t:i.iiuii ) 1- allied ill Pa lucali for j ! lot a'.l i Jd Officers Cowi 11. .loliti.j:i a-,.; irem h corralled Tom Wtei. n h. . - anted In Carlminle on i;. ie ! itoiplt H. Waters a tM n b.ti I ' i sheriff HatiMju who ranei liem I 'urphyslMiro. tt'ie i Traction Company, its suc- r-vssors or assigns, as long as they shall legally be in said highwas or any part thereof shall be treate.t only to the extent of limiting the number of tracks In said highways, as consti tuting a part of the track or tracks authorized to be located by Grantee. Section :!. Cruutee hereby is ex pressly authorized to operate said i.i'way bv electricity as motive piiw er or any other mi.the power, except steam bicomotive engine. Section 4 (ir.tutce hereby is ex pressly grante.I the rilit anl amlior ity to erect and maintain iu an I up or 'he said public highway tieces r:rv fir suitable pop's and to string and timl'itain thereon am! then from span. 1 1 aiisinissiofi. lee. I. tiollej and otlifrr wires f.ir the emu am e ot ( hftricity for power, light. In at a'.: ither purp-isi s. also trVphoiie. tel naiih and ntlur wips. r:i-ip' wbeie pelts are now t-reit-'d, tin h caiii n of said poll s uitn a f't tu tf the curb lines i, I' said highways shall be subject to the tiircitien if said Stiet t C-immiltec ef s,n 1 City Ci tint it. Til-' trolley wius el IJr.nili e shall b - suspended IHit ls thati llti-t ;tn tiali sixteen III, I l . (I'Mej.t llll .! i' tlie Dliiioi., ' titr.il k.iihna I nil sain Sicaiimri' sin 1 1 a!oe the I ai'.s of .:iil iaiiwa, a.i 1 no ether ri;:oii or ci.mp.tuv ttieieafn-r .-'i.t'l place illl,'. Wi'l's peoW the Wires i, Ijlllll tee ill sr, A H.iy ;j , t.l Oli-t llll the prt.ctiial ipiittc-ii (,r i ,iilt a . . Si I 1 If. 11 " . T! e glg.. Of t l.e t CJI'-Us. Of .t: ;;i:B;o sli.i 1 be '.iii IH f. -t. ' .tl.t and mi- !.a.f ,:h h- said highways, at d ballasted or filled to make a good load way and not uii ni ( essarily to interfere w-ith the use of said highways for the passage of vehicles across said track. Where any track is laid in pave ment or laid or renewed preparatory fo pavement, said ralis shall be not les.- than seven inches in height and seventy (7M, pounds per yard in weight; said construction shall be over said railway such consignments as handled or accepted by express companies, in cars of neat appear ance, in general outline rcsenibMn;! passenger cars, without, however, windows and other appliances and features appropriate for passenger cars. i Grantee between the hours of 12 i o'clock midnight and o'clock a. m.. further, may carry or transport upon .-miilii.ie,l meter the freneral sillier eu.. .V th..' ,ret fnrmmtteo of r over said railway freight in luil: s-.i,( t'i,v f'ocMcP and the Citv Bilgi-iin Kondola Titer of said Cif; and in construct dinarily flaf, box or other csed for such cars (,; laved shall pave that portion thereof (.-even ("I feet in width! between iuid for the space of twelve (12) inches outside the rails of its tracks, and also the remaining space between ks double tracks. Provided, however, that should any si ch highway or portion thereof 'be ordered paved with asphalt or ce jnietit, Grantee may pave its proserib jti1 portion with vitrified paving brick: siiid paving ;ii required of grantee tl t re.ir'ter sh; II at Grantee's expense iii'ji. S;,i d tirti K.ttl. sh laid an I tup: i t tl'f i.e - !i pi net I' l It 1 p. I n it ts tie- V- -!.,i!i li;,.iliM:l : ! t le . ! , t.f ' Tee 'I that the hall, at tar in! m t on : grade of SPLENDID TD RELIEVE STOMACH DISTRESS AND CURE INDIGESTION lug and maintaining said tracks care shall be observed to avoid obstruct ing the flow of water in lateral find cross gutters, am: from said tracks to the tides of said highways. As soon as p acticable after con struction or mail tetiance wi k. said highways shad bi restored to as good coiiiiitioit a.s tln-rebeiore, and such guards, barriers, or lights as seem uteillul to preve it accidents, to per sons, or propert shall be provided U- connection w th siu-h work and niiiti rials denosited upon said high ways therefor oi therein. Section Grmtee hereby is ex- pitssly act horie-l at r-ny time du -ing the term of this ordinance to double i in k any portion or portions or said railway (other Clan upon said Rail r ad and Cinir'h streitsi which may thel. be sili'e purk; subject to the I eqcirf rt i tits el' Sectie'l Two hereof .is to tl'- uflizsi ion of tracks ''aire Iv c'r: ' a id Traction Coni k siii i hi -' o assigns in highwav in l-Vet'.n On- hereof ' I lee.l. S'oth n 7 Gr-inte.- hen lv is risly authrrv.i I at any time n 5 the term, o! this ordinance ir-.fs at grade a:iv ait'l all existing ir lutuie bin s i f lailway or trei ks in said city and to construct w ies. . erves and renii ft ions to an! with iry iii i lines fit' railway or tracks. taction s. Cars inav be operated i en said ial'w,i. at a speed of ti ll i 1' I Mt!c p. -i hour s. Ifdule time a the Ic-ihiss -enter of said City, ,,r ! Pit. :i i ir, i miles per hour ' I. edi le lin e ir- othi r portions el ii. fit v. Section : I'.h -h niotnr iar fen i i nur s-t d ! 't i ' w .-i v s-hall ca"l. . 'lcr daik. ii su'tabh- in ad'ight and be epilppe,; with wh.stle. gong or i ' her signal d.. ce. ' .si i thin In. Tie cu of ;iai.tf purpf se by ' ho kt pt in af good repair as the re- jSieam railroads, but the train letist h j maln.ler or sl id paving snail no t-.ep! j shall not exceed three (.".) cars, not j hy sad t'it)'. ; including motor or pulling car, an I ! And prov ided, further, if Grante -j such cars or trains shall not be 'eft 1 so il-ets prior lo the making of th j standing in said highways for b ad- st it iat ; providing for such pa" intr or unloading purposes, am! e i all it. sr. I'lftt pjrtioi of any high not constitute an obstruction to pas-' v. iy or part then of so required :o seuger service, but shall be rn: vi d i ! nved hy t trail tee, shall be paved dispatch upon or fo freight v.irds d upon inivjtt' f.r ii . said .b - ex dur-to -t'l titties sba b- ntitle. to the t tit av ,,f sij.l tiHiks aii wli n- auv i a.r tu- c.irs are apprriacliinsr. A:t tht-nj is fi': .'.me one iu y.ur t hi! lui tifltt- f. i atta k of In. 1 j f I ittti c-r SMttit? tteiii if Stuisii. ir t lil If. I V iftl't lull )iep a ia.i. t li!a"p-:n in the .ei. tn-i.tv' Tl is liarmWtt t-t-itiz itl . ce-t ' : tl-ii!g Jf ii mi it he ut the s iglt t-t disi-onsfort. an 4 r-ru!at.- ! ti' Stoniai h five nuri'iii-s fi- r. Teil ye-nr d.m;at ift t let von t i-i the form'j'a ji'ai t' tr rit4 m t fie d-Tit frf--- ff P?-i" liip then ou 'ill r f mij-. t tui-f li.i t-s i..ii. Sfeir Stotttfcth. I 'jsitltura and .rt-i-t" a! m - h t Ititu t a Iteh lone of Ca-. K m-ti t n ff Mnir i"!i."gt ! ( t.. ? i s a. Headache. IMz?i-fs. I r:i r isatiuii and other S'otnii h ! i ' n t re. R rti. fti'i' tat. I rt -I ieri f I--J ."'! V-tii t!-"a '! t': vehii it er p ti a' ks. Khali il pi le Or 'tile ... i at ion nf fire cneiit t fioic tir.-s r'gl't ff way 1 I'Ull (11 foot ll,iol turu out so as not ten with the speed ail cats; Provided or Hpparatus z Tng shall be enti1le, to icress or al ng s:il I 1! 11 i r r. r c or . t l 'Cl-Hl tilt S'l'.-i A TI.!- I- r- i! t f.ul c-.tf st tmrg vim .a l u: s i I'.Hi' aholil tiia.se t 1 he I l.av e Mill'! tw-Slele thi-p" 1- . s. i.a-tiiti-. r i' h or 1 'ant i r. a s. i .,t -i.i-tak is hdt i mi t at .It K : m.t !. it femn tit an I slid and Stfii.- ' h till putn Jy in 1' p t ti,. II isiiii in p' ding or iiitei f. r I or o 1 1 a' ion of Iiariti e Umn s lid mi t out ict em. Ie '.tu One Itollat than Oee Hun int.'t tHCi t i-t.li. it'-lr e trait an! jnt-Min . . . j ) i.iw.n the breath with fll f...,rs ta:iv appoint-. Willi thorough! i and itht.iit the litit.t et or i,,i.ry of the Stomarh ir- V 1! !l t he $ p. i a oi t a ' ti a v - sl'aP, t- l! t 1'Ss 'I Lot tuitlf lid'ar- ifp" i t oll 11 ;; -!i authii'l?e. to fipt-ra e i Cl ell or 11V Hll I car-ai i. n t.y is granted or train i t i 1 w a v Pi tj-e an 4 uae-A tti:f -t. .ii-tl.ll! i? 8 ting tor jt.a a. wn.fi us ton ' -i ! to try Pap- Iiai-i-in. One nd like Trlanrule. taken aft-T f-ating wi'l irom-t!y .!irt all Jrnr too.. th. miT m a tt"nj, If'tt., tt' c a-h ,.j i. mnisEf er tr -.nsportatinn tf pa-'.t'r- 1'i.ite I S'ate i' . til. 1 aeage -i rres. sn al-o fr-ia!.t r :r.-if-'-r r-o 1 'el. ! Mil;: n i- Gra it t- at any aid all r i ::,v tarrr or tra isinirt u(on i v.r s ,. rtil vav in .-seuger .. pa-s lit. r. 1'nite l Statis Mail, nai' and expr--. an! a'so such .:. 1 j.. as pay r-a lily b handle, n aid lassenger rar. Umf.te at any and all tiroes. t with all reasonable over said highways or switches lot at property. Nothing heroin contained shall be construed to restrict. Grantee at any time of day or night from operiitiou of such equipment as necessary for, or the carriage or transportation oi' railway supplies necessary for tin; reg'ilar operation or maintenance of Grantee's railways, provided, tow ever, that Grantee's coal supply shall I" handled only between the hours f '". o'tVcV "ii Ini'rbt. and (i o'c'ot k ... utilij i In e'ti-rgeneit s. Seetlon li!. Grantee hereby agree-, " i vide at or in the subw ay nov 'st ifp on sail Sycamore street, d, fXfipt in event of accidents or tier sufficient cause, to cause to b lighted and kept lighted from dark until dawn, not less than ion (let sixteen (H',i candle power int andes rent lights or their equiv alctit. Section It. The rate of fare .lur ing the term of this ordinance for a single continuous passage in th. same general diiectimi owr said rail why within tie present corporate limits of said City shall be five Ci) ft tits for each person of twelve (121 icars of age or over, and two an I one half (2'2) cents for each pi r- soll lindiT twelve (12) Veals tif 8! , and for school children and htho.il ttaclu'i H in regular at ten. lam a' school, when going m and from yhool and furni.-hitig satisfactory vldence tlieieof, provided, that n child under the age of sj (tit vear-" w hen accompanied by an adult person .paving rt'TUlar fare shall be Hiniit- jted to tide free. i Ami provided that said half fan irate shall tie effi tive only upon put 'chase of tickets, provided by Grantee and subject to such reasonable n t t l.nions as tlratitet' may deem pro;r. Police ofThtrs of sac City, when in full iKiiform and 'iti active dut for sail Citv. shall In- permit i id to! ride no r said railway wl'hin th- pres tut torpot.iie limits of sail City, without charge. Firemen of sai, fjtv lijr in fn, uniform In going to or from j their fire s'a'ioti. frum or to ne ais i or front or in a tire to which I a Ere station has Ix-en f-alle.. ; ,i 1 when on active ti y for sail Ct' sliall tie perniiited to ride fre ef charr over said railway with! th present co!;Kirai liintiit or sael t t'y. I Siftlen T. Whf never anv of Mi ! highways or pa'! thefff not tir laved as may Include any jmrtion th"n occupied hy -paid railway fl : M be ordered tiavc-d by tsaid CI y (Grantee at thr same time. In th" fur- tam" manner and -with like ma rial by said City and included In the tluiale and assessment roll for paving and paid for by Gituitei li'te manner as paving shall In f'K aid It. the balance of said paid for. including tu., except In event cf strikes, in junctions, legal or equitable proceed ings, casualties, accidents or other in terfering causes. - j Grantee shall provide suitable at' j oominodalions for funerals upon rea sonable terms. j Section 18. All local passenger tears operated over said railway sha.'l .be required to stop only upon signal 'and at alternate street intersections within the present corporate limits , of said City, to reeeivn or discharm ' passengers. Grantee may stop said local cars at alternate streel intersections with in the present corporate limits of said'City as it may desire, to rccoiv ' or discharge packages. Section li Grantee shall forever save harmless, protect and indemnify said City from any and all liability for or on account of damages due to or by reason of the location or con struction of said railway. Section 2t. Grantee agrees to co'i- tribuie to or pay to said City dur payment in Installments at Grantee's j ui. I(,r) ()f lMj, (l,Hnaiice a sum elect ion. And no other pavcinei,- , ,-,. ,.ns) , s:u, t'ity main- tlau as. and to the extent hi ndi' j jg iif of the four sections pro above specified shall lie required ' ' : ,r t iuiiai-l of what is known as th " be done or paid for or any oth. v pay ,.,,; ,)W ,-.sting at the sub- melits made by Grantee. jWa on said Sycamore slivet. And provided further, if ai'er pac i Alter expiration, if occiiring dur ing by said City of any of s.,;, hii-le ! ii.g iiie term ef this ordinance, of w:is or pans thereof not now paved 'the lights of the Cairo Kbcliic Al and at'ier construction of ilr.ui!''''': TiiM'tiini Company, its successors, railway therein. Grantee shaM la; jhssees or assigns, and of any rxlif any additional track in such highway ,-Uu r exteie inns or renewals of or pari thereof so paved, then such lights it jmmi said Sycamore Grantee shall distribute or a p pot I 'on ' street, (iraniee further agn t s dii'' amoiig the owners of property abin j ng Mich remaining portion of lb--ting upon such portion of said high iti rm id this ordinance, lo eoiitrihui'; way upon which such additional track jor pay to said City a sum equal to shall be so laid, a sum equal to tie-(the cost to said City td maintaining original ci st ef so much of such pat-in second one of the four sections pro- (tig as included between, and for on (50) final and iltirlu;' the term of fifty vears from and alter date of passage beret i. Section 2.j. This ordinance shall be in full force find effect from and alter its final passage, approval and acceptance as herein provided and due publication. Passed by the City Council of tho City of Cairo. Alexander County. Illi nois, this l.Si h day of November A. D. 1 litis. Approved by Hie Mayor of said City this 18ih day of November 1908. GEORGh: PARSONS. Mayer of the City or Cairo, Alexander County, Illinois. Attest: ROIVT. A. HATCHER, Clerk of the City of Cairo, Alexander County, Illinois. Published In the Cairo Bulletin No vember 21, V.miS. ORDINANCE NO. 179. (Concluded from Third Page.) he i of for foot (1 ft. I ouisi.le of the rails of such additional track, and not prev iotisly paid lor or paved by Grantee, pro rata, according to their rcspiv tive frontages. Sect ion Pi. Grand f agrees, ex cept in event of strikes.' injuiictii lis legal or equitable pl'(K 'codings, as unities, at ridelils, or otlur finises, ret pifqierty Grantees fault, within six months from tie- acceptance of this ordinance to commence construc tion of. and within two years after such a'ceptatico io place in oie ration i lin of railway from Cairo lo MoiHi I City or Mounds. Pulaski County, Ilii tid.-t. If Grantif. except in event of tin' happening cf one or more of the ir-cnrrtnces or things- above et forth, shall fall within aid period of six months from said acceptance d this ordinance to commence ctih 't ruction of sai l line of tailway from Cairo to Mound City or Mounds, or wi liiil 1o yearn from said dat" .u icecpt.mce shall fail ! place in ( J t; tion a line of railway as laM de v i :bt- i. then Gtatit'f shall l- liable i(r the payim-iit in said City f the -i tu cf ten 1 ' dollar for each an! very ilii that such failure spall fo.i'inue. unbss sail city sha'l -xttnd aid if-riod for the fommenc tt, tit of const niftio'i t" pi i'iig in terms and provisions hereof, and wben so accepted, this ordinanc i shall be blndlne unon said Cairo Elec tric &, Traction Company, Its success ors ami assigns, and said City tf Cairo, as a contract. Section 2il. If Granfee for thirty (iln) consecutive days shall cease lo operate over any part or parts of said railway or tracks authorized to ! constructed, reconstructed, maintain ttd and operated hereunder, except In nvenl or on account of strikes, Injunc tions, legal or efjultablf proceed I dji, casualties, acri h nls or other cause not resulting from design on Gran tee's part, it shall upon direction of said City Council remove such Uti lised tracks with appartenant appli ances, and all rights of Grantee as to such highway or portions thereof up on which It shall so cease to operate, shall cease and determine as if this Hon 21. If Grantee shall fail (ordinance had no appllcailon thereto. to comply with any requii'fiiien' im Section 24. Grante shall forever posed bv this ordinance upon Grante I suve harmless, protect aud Indemnify ami such failure shall continue for said CHy from any and all liability for consecutive days from damages due to or oy reason or in written notice settitq: lot arioii or consiuction of said rail way. Set lion 2.V The worj "Grantee whenever and wherever used in this ordinance shall he held to mean and Include nald Cairo Electrlt aV Traction Company. Its successors, lessees or portionati ly of what is known as the hulk hea l, now existing 'uc sub way. Si 1 thirty chn and after a forth such noncompliance, and Hi manlier thereof, shall have been duly served by said City upon Super luicndclit or an 'ffice employe of Gtaiiiee, (ben. t xccpl iii event of any cont'iititicy. sin h as re let re I to in Section 1t In reof. (iraniee, upon con viction, may lie fiucd a sum not less t tin ii Five ladlars ($i.ti"t nor moi thau Twenty five Dollars ( i2.t."t1 ) for such violation, provide.! that hu! one such line snail ue imposed lor any such violation and tun one con viction shall lie based uimn one such notice. Section 22. The word "Grandf whenever and wherever used In this ordinance shall be held to mean and im lode said Cairn and St. Ijouts Rail wav Company. Its successors, lessee.' or as-iens. and any and all iersm. t-ompaiiies or ror titration flaimlng by. through or under it. Hum or cith er of them Section Z'.. Within thirty t'.n) I days after approval of thi ord -name Grantee shall file Ph the .Clerk of said City Its written accep-- and provision oi.ei-at.en ff -'"'li lin of railway ii.1,.1 that it no event shai! ih.- ance of the terms ' ... . . . . . I .t.;. or ..gzregate of ail siirn nerti.r. and wnen st) int'i'ifi. " excee.1 the sum of ordinance s I all be t-inding tiitoti sai l sut l t 'al t a;1ne.rs. if aiy. Hve Thtusand (.Vioi'l I llats J-K titr 17. Grantee idiail t ati-e rut- 1 twein sail (:'!' of Ca and Il'vunl City tr Mounds. V't'ki Ct nntr. II inois. six ". cars daily- Cairo x St ltuis R3;lay Company, its sticcessi rs and assigns, and s.t. ! City of Cairn, as a contact. Section 2. The rights, pri viler and anthority herein and hTehy !r. t!!y ca'ry or trasH" oi-tn or.a the r-m-t:i Jtr tf sffh high-ay tach 'lirHt!(Wi. at apiimximately l j grantd said Cairo and St- ixuih t'l intervals eteen six S Railway Cempany, Us suce-ssorf . It 1 !. Ptl'l .-'S f'.I " p s' n t - . . j- jo ' assigns, and any and all perotis. com panies or rorimrailons claiming by. through or under it, them or either of them. Section 2fl. This ordinance shall bs in 'ull force and ffKt ftotn and aft' iir. final passage, approval and accept- !.. Sr r.ln tirnvl.le.l and due Illlb Heat ion. Setiion 27. Any and all ordinance or pans of ordinances beretofor granted said Cairn Electric t Trat tion Company, its preiressor Com panics or assignors, to the ettent and in so far as the same shall be In conflict with the terms and provision of this ordinance, are hereby supet ssded by this ordinance and hereby ar repealed. Passed by the City Coutu il of the City of Cairo. Alexander Comity, Ilii nols. this ISth day of November A. IJ 1 . Approved by the Mayor of said Crlv this lSth day of Novem! r GEORGE PARSONS. Mayor cf 'he City of Cairn. Ah xan b'.- County. Illinois. Attest: ROBT. A. HATCHER. CWk of the City of Cairo. Alexand-r County. Illinois. Published In the Cairo TViIMIa N t.-mlfr 2t, Is"..