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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: "NVEDMKSDAfr MOUMSK, A L OUST 7, 1S7S.
CDBE BY ABSOEPTM-THE HOLMAN LIVEE ATO AGUE PAD
AND ITS AUXILIARIES:
Our Medicated Plasters and Medicated Foot Batlis, Absorption Salt
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than a Quarter of .Million of intelligent living witnesses bear testimony to their efficacy. PRICKS: I ail, b2; Specials, 83. fecials are used in complicated eases. Rudy Plasters,
50 cents- Foot Plasters. 50 cents per pair; Absorption Salt Foot Paths, 25 cents a package, six packages $1.25. The following are some of the many diseases the Liver Pad Company
Poniodieswill cure: Fever anil Ague; Ril ions Disorders; Irregular action of the heart; Liver Complaint; Jaundice; Neuralgia; Intermittent Fever; Rheumatism; Periodical Head-
nches: all kind of Female Weaknesses; Dyspepsia;
ders and Muscles; Diarrhoea; Catarrh; Kidney Troubles; Lassitude; Pillions Colic.
Ml these have their origin, directly or indirectly, in the Stomach and Liver. If you doubt it, send for Dr. Fail-child's
price-free of charge. Salt is sent by express at the expense of the purchaser.
HOLMAN PA.D COMPANY,
. pROFESSlOXAL CARPS-I'IIYSICIAVS.
R. SMITH, M. D.
OIBoe and RcsluVnr :
NO. 21 THIKTBESTH WKEET. CAIRO. ILL-
1 W. DUNNING, M.D.
Offlee and Residence !
OFFICE N. W. cor. Sixth ft, near Ohio Levee.
P.EslDKNCE-CoriR-r Wulnut mid Ninth streets.
R. E. W. AYIIITLOUv,
OmcK-No. W, Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth nnd Ninth Streets.
R. W. C. JOC'ELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Q P. WHEELER,
OFFICE Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth
J IXEGAlt & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. in Commercial Avenue.
yWe are authorized to announce. John 1IikL-cs
a- a caudldatc for Slieriffof Alexander county at the.
I'ti'Uiue Nnveinher election.
isT'Wi- are authorized to announce II. C. LoF
MX a. a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander county,
subject ta the (U-cisUu of the people, at the election
In November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Morning: Daily in Soiitliern Illinois.
OFFICIAL I'APEUOF THE CITY AND COlNTY.
REMEMUKR THE ARTIOX SALE OF
HORSES AND MULES AT POWERS'
LI VERY STABLE, WEDNESDAY, AU
GUST 7T1I. AT TEN O'CLOCK A. 51.
KlliSAI. OPTT'K. I
Caiiio, lil.. Mi. o. TS. 1
Hum Wind. Ve!. Weuther.
h:Wa m -Ji.'iJ
74 W 1
M W s Cleur
ii M W Clear
HI M W 5 Clear
Maximum "ni. riimrn. t. r. !d t ; Minimum Tln.-r-mom-.-ivr,
7-i i Uaint.tll. .on Incu.
W. II HAY.
S'TS't Signal Service. C. S. A.
Tiik regular weekly meetin:r of Amnion
Lot!;,'!-, No. 51, KniKl,ts of Pythias, will In
held this (Wednesday) c-vcniii.ty ut o'clock.
A full attendance is reiiicstcd. y order
oftlieC.C. Wiu. K. Hawkins,
Rai'.ti.ktt Pkahs. Those wiliinto.l)iiy
liurtU.-tt Pears of the finest llnvor and size,
(an tM them fres.li from the trees, in any
ijiiantity, liy applying to Peter Smiji at his
saloon on Uhin Levee.
Winter's Piiutoouai'iuc Uu.i.kuy.
Strangers in the city, or those intendim,' to
visit (.iiiro, arc invited to visit Winter's
photographic parlors, on Sixth Htreet, le
tween Coinim rciul and Washington ave
nues, and exnmiiie specimens ofhis work on
a nor xi) town.
The city fathers assent! cd in renlur
, mouthly meeting at the council chanther
IV.. I t II
-r reu iveoiuer w:is Uic lm ky liimi in the
rnllK! tortlie wnstlowiT lmket m Jueeki'l's
lust niifht. Forty-four wiw the miinher tlitit
v '"juiiuia i.nnsuiiu
Tcinperancf luion met yestenluy afterniHin.
and trunsiieti.'il the regular weekly Imsiiic
of the society.
Work on the s)iire of the HilMirniun's
new engine house wiwcoininenceil yestenluy
inorning. When completed thin will ,0
the highest spire in Cairo.
The new incline of the Chiejior,. St
Louis aid New Orleans railroad is being
completed a fast a a heavy fh!(. of .
can push the work along. It will Imj ready
for tio transfer of cars at East Cairo with-
I in three or four days.
The Cairo and Vinccnncs railroad com
pauy is improving its road-lied on Commer
cial avenue, . I tween Fourteenth and
Eighteenth streets, with new gravel.
The annual meeting of the Widow's and
Orphan's Aid Sn iety was held at Turner
Hull yesterday afternoon. There was a full
attendance of the directors present.
The young ladies of Mound City
derive a great amount of pleasure and com
fort trom swimming these hot days. They
have organized a luithing dull, and have
adopted a neat and appropriate costume.
The excursion on the steamer T. P.
Eckert last night was attended by a merry
crowd of young people, sprinkled with old
ones. It was a pleasant affair, and was
greatly enjoyed ly all. ,
Dixon Springs is becoming more popu
lar with Cain) jieople every season. There
are quite a munlier of our people rusticat
ins: there now, who will bo joined in a day
or two by jilwmt a half dozen more.
Health Otliet r Sutnmerwell informs us
that he has been ( rd -n.'d by the board of
health to discontinue the draining of the
low portions of the city, where jvtulsof wa
ter have accumulated ami to at once begin
the disinfecting process, lie will commence
the work this morning.
The mayor and chief of police have
opened an oflice in Winter' block, corner
or Seventh street and Commercial avenue,
to be the headquarters of th lxiard of
health, where all information in the know
ledge of the city guardians on sanitary
affairs will be freely imparted to all who
The steamer Gold Dust was duo at this
port from New Orleans at three o'clock this
morning. Although the officers of this
steamer claimed there was no yellow fever
on board she was not allowed to go into
port at Memphis. Mayor Winter informed
us yesterday that the (Jold Dust would not
be allowed to land here.
The reception given by Mi-s Annie
Pitcher, to her pupils in music, on Monday
veiling, was an exceedingly pleasant alfair,
and was highly enjoved by theyoun-' folks.
Muic, games and refreshments were the
ordi.-i of things, and all participated with a
will. The festivities were kept up until
eleven o'clock, when the hostess hid good
night to her little friends.
The Cairo glass bull ghooters were out
yesterday afternoon for their regular weekly
practice. The shooting whs only moderate,
Mr. Fred. S. Kent coming out at the top of
the list with nineteen out of twenty balls.
Dr. Georgo Parker followed in second
place with seventeen out of twenty. The
shooting of the remainder of the members
of the club was poor in comparison w ith
their former records.
.Mglit prowlers are iioeonung numerous,
and petty thieveries ate again the rage.
I'he last was committed on Monday bight,
at the house of Jell' ( lark, 011 Washington
avenue, between Ninth ami Tenth streets.
The thief entered Mr. Clai k's house through
the back door; ami carried away nearly all
of the clothes the family possessed. We
infer he was a man of famly, fiom the fact
that he showed a decided preference for
hihlrcn's apparel. The thief took every
thing of value lie could lay hands on,
Captain John 0. Mann, superintendent
of the Cairo and Jackson division of the
Chicago, St. Louis ami New Orleans rail
road, is in the city, and in company with
some of the local oflleials of the road, vis
ited Mayor Winter at theoflli o of the board
of health yesterday. Captain Mann fully
comprehends the importance of strict quar
antine regulations in Cairo, and says his
road will do everything in its power to help
preserve the health of our city.
We are requested to call the attention
of Health Ofllcer Summerwell to thu viola
I tioiis of the city ordinanceu dally commit
ted by certain vegetable stand proprietors
ml other on Eighth street, between tho
iivelmes. The stench arising from rotten
vegetal, 91c, tl r iwr Into the streets by
these parties in the day and during tho
night is very unpleasant and annoying to
; Ague take; tiiuis; rever; ick iieauacui1; jmimi,.;u, ormurii, jmuuu aiw, imwm icut; ram in skic, iwck, Momacn, Shoul-
ask that some means !c adopted by the of
flcials whereby they will be relieved of
A large delegation of Cairo people will
attend the barbacue to be held on the fair
grounds at Charleston to-day, to hear the
address of the noted Missouri stumper,
Hon. Geo. G. Vest. A special train will
leave this city on the St. Louis, Iron Moun
tain and Southern road for Charleston tit
8;:'0 o'clock, carrying passengers at reduced
rates for the round trip. The Charleston
people anticipate an immense crowd and a
great deal of pleasure from the affair.
The lower part of the city was thrown
into a state of feverish excitement aliout
noon yesterday over the report that a South
ern gentleman, who had been stopping at
the St. Charles hotel for several days, had
been stricken down with yellow fever. All
the doctors in the city were quickly enlisted
to labor in behalf of the victim's life, but it
was m Kin ascertained that the patient had
nothing more than a severe attack of chills.
He is now as well as could be expected of
one with his ailment.
On the :il.st of this month, Vinccnncs
will commence a four day's race meeting
which promises to afford a great deal of
fine sport for the lovers of fine horses.
Sojne of the finest running and trotting
horses, including Ranis, the horse that has
recently by his unprecedented performances
completely laid in the shade Goldsmith
Maid and all other flyers, will be there and
compete for the various liberal purses of
fered. The Cairo and Vinccnncs company
will sell tickets, at greatly reduced rates
to Vinrennes and return over their road
during the meeting.
An old woman named Brown appeared
before Judge Bird yoterday morning, and
complained to that gentleman of the very
bad conduct of a lot of young boys, rang
ing in years from twelve to fifteen. They
had. on Monday night, came to her house,
where she and several daughters were
peacably conversing, and without warning
or cause, began pelting rocks and sticks at
the doors, and not until she had procured
the aid of officers Axley and Cain, could
she induce them to desist from their shame
ful work. Three of the youngsters, whose
names we will withhold thi time, were ar
rcnted, and fined by Judge Bird yesterday
afternoon live dollars and costs.
While the apologizing mood is upon
us we wish to do justice toCapt. .las. John
son, of the Illinois Central railroad. In
our report of the meeting of the Board of
Health last Sunday, we represented him ns
saying that he would arrange it so that no
more! through tickets would be sold over
the Mississippi Central north. What he
did say was that no more sleeping coaches,
after a certain time, would be transferred to
this side of the river, and the suggestion
made by Dr. Dunning that it would be well
to leave all through coaches on the other
side of tin; river was the occasion for the
Captain's remark. A moment's reflection
would have satisfied our reporter that the
Captain could not have used the expression
attributed to him.
Wkiinksiuy moiim.no, 10 o'clock, acocst
7, 1m7h.-Huisi;iioi.i Fciinitiiik at
111 CoMMKItl IAI. A VKNL'H. S.ll.K 1'OSI
TIVK. TkiIMS CAsll.
Consisting of Bedsteads, Beds and Bed
ding, Glass and (Juecnsware, Writing Desks,
Bureaus, Ice chests, Kitchen Safes, Parlor
and Kitchen Chairs, Dinning Table, Ward
robes, Safes, What Nots, Center Tables,
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Looking glasses, Clocks,
Bird Cages, Mosquito Bars, Garden Uten
sils, Books, 1 Sewing Machine, etc. Also
, splendid (.'00k s'oves nnd Utensils in
perfect order and 1 Laundry stove A. 1.
Tom. Wi.ntku, Auctioneer.
The Ghkatkst Bi.kssiso. A simple,
pure, harmless remedy, that cures every
rtime, and prevents disease by keeping the
blisid pure, stomach regular, kidneys and
liver active, is the greatest blessing ever
conferred ukhi man. Hop Bitters is that
remedy, and its proprietors are being bless
ed by thousands who have Wen saved and
cured by it. Will you try it? See other
Hon. W. P. Bruner, of Metropolis, was
in the city yesterday.
Miss Nannie Olmstead has gone to
Carmi to visit friends and relatives.
W. P. Schuckers and family have gone
to Decatur to spend a few weeks with rela
tions. Wintic Dunning went to Central City
yesterday, to spend the remainder of the
summer with relatives.
John Wood. Jr., who has been in the city
for the past two weeks paying his parents
and old friends a viit, left yesterday after
noon for Chicago.
Gen. John A. Logan will speak to a
Republican audience at Mt. Carmel to-morrow
afternoon. Several of Mr. Logan's
friends and admirers from this citv will go
up and listen to him.
Mr. Walter Hy-dop, cashier of the
City National Bank, started on a trip
through the north and cat yesterday to
spend his summer vacation. He will be
absent almut two months.
Col, Jim Brown, one of the editors of
the Padiicah News, was in the city yester
day. He came down to take a look at the
great steamer J. M. White before she took
her departure for the South.
Choice Bacon, Hams, Sides and Shoulders.
Dry Salt Shoulders and Sides. Tierce.
Keg and Bucket Lard. Brcakfa-t Baton,
etc., etc.. all in good stock and for sale at
lowest market price. W. P. Wiiioiit,
Nos. 70 and 71 Ohio Levee.
Smokkus, if you wish a tine "Key West'
or ''Imported'1 cigar, call at Korsmeyer's
cigar store. It is the only plnct in the city
almost daily in receipt of fresh goods.
CARD FROM DR. DrXNING.
Me-siiss. Eihtoh : Inasmuch as my ac
tion as quarantine physician, in ordering the
'Golden Crown" not to land at Cairo on
her last trip from New Orleans has been
severely criticised by some of my fellow
citizens, I desire that you will publish the
following from the Memphis Appeal.
C. W. Dl-NNINO, M. I).
''A telegraphic dispatch from Cairo in
regard to the steamer Golden Crown, states
that the health officer of that city, on u
careful examination, found a lady passen
ger on liourdsick of yellow fever, whom the
Memphis physicians had pronounced suf
fering from inteimitteiit fever. The only
Memphis physician who went on board titer
Golden Crown was Dr. Laurence, the quar
antine otlicer, who refused to give her a
clean bill of health, stating that she had
yellow fever on board, in a letter which he
intrusted to the oflicers of the boat, to be
delivered to Dr. John Erskine, the health
officer, but which was not delivered. On ar
riving opposite Memphis, the tug boat em
ployed as guard to prevent boats lamlingthat
are not authorized to by a clean bill of
health, would not allow the Golden Crown
to touch our wharf, and ordered her up the
river. The captain of the Golden Crown
has made misrepresentations to the public,
acted in bad faith in this w hole matter, ami
deserves the severest censure. No man who
is not lost to all sense of what is right, or who
does not want to subordinate everything to
his selfish purposes, would, in the face of
physicians' declarations that he had yellow
fever on board, try to land at any port
where the fever was liable to find lodgment,
anil so spread disease and death around.
We say again that the captain of the Gol
den Crown is in the highest degree censur
able, and his case should be a warning to
all transportation agents, whether on river
REMEDY FOR HARD TIMES
Stop spending so much on fine clothes,
rich food and style. Buy good, healthy
food, cheaper and better clothing; get more
real ami substantial things of life every way,
and especially stop the foolish habit of run
ning after expensive and quack doctors or
using so much ol the vile humbug medicine
that iloes you only harm, nnd makes the pro
prietors rich, but put your trust in the great
est of all simple, pure remedies, Hop Bitters,
that cures always at a trilling cost, and you
will see better times and good health. 1 ry
it one. Read of It in another column.
LKTHK COLKMA.WS LALXpItV.
Mrs. Lcttio Coleman, who has hvr
laundry on Fourth street, lietween Well
ington and Commercial avenues, takes
this method of informing lior old friends
and patrons that she is at their ser
vices, and solicits their patronage. Sha
has reduced prices to suit the times.
Lecture. Pads and Plasters sent by mail-on receipt of
St. Charles Hotel, Cairo, 111.
HOLMAX'S MY Kit PADs.
Ohio Levee and
Suit.- of Illinni". Coati'yof Alesand'T. in the Coliety
Cnurt. Anirii-t Tumi, l-Ts.
Thiiiim. .Murtaiii. Ailiiiini'trntiir di' IhUiIh linn (if
tin? K.-t.ite (if (m-iipjc W. tnvlii. !c(.i ii-e.l. . KHz
lii-tli. ' liinal..i.i iir.-i; Krniii..Miii ,1. Krwin. r'lnr-cin-
Krulu, Vt'iiiluiu W. Krrtiu ti ml Jr'i uiKrii K
A p iiiinn to "i ll rciil et itc to mv rl-Mn.
Atll'Uvit h-o liiL' Im-i-ii tlli'il in tin-"iiftlcr nf tie- an-iler-iirin-d
li rk nf sniil Cmirt. fliovviu tli.it Kliza
lietli N'liiiiuU ami Finn-lice. Krw In. tu nl tin- nlmvi-
iiuiiii-iI ili l'i nihint-. are iiiiii re'-iilcnt- of tin- Mute (if
Illiiuii". unil Unit ln-iirL'e Krwin. iinotln-r i4 mi'! !
f. luliitil-. emiiKit he found nil dili: and cir-dnl In-
(jniry. tmiici-i!' tlii n-fiin- ni-n-ny irlvcii in ymi tlie
!-ul'l I'.iij-uIh IIi si n licit, I- Inri-nei r.rw Hi mnl iienr'f
Kr in t ti til t In- mid Tlioinus Mnrtiilii, A d in i n i -1 rut r
(! In m if IK 1 11 (if tie- esintf nf l.cnre W. Krw in. de-ci-u-i-d.
hit- tiled liis petition in mid (Hurt ui;iilii"t
the ulinvi-iciiiied (li'fi iidiini. ini.iie- lor un order
to ell tin- follow -I n i (liscriiied reu! e-i:ite -limited In
the County of Ali-xiiiiderundstuti: of Illlnoi". to it:
The undivided one luif nf the komiIi mi-m ijiuirier
id the north eii"t iiinrierof i-ceilmi No thirteen 1 !!:
uii-o the undivided liHlf ol the w, -I loiifot the i-oiith
i iit iinirii-r of mid k-i tinn No. thirteen 1 lai nil In
Tinvn-hiii No. fll'tei-n ii:,! Ninth Kme.-e tun c.'i i-t
nf the third principal nn-ridiim. mid mil i'iiite. eon
tulliiiiL' one hundred unit twenty in rei- of hind llmre
or Icm. nnd 1 tie undivided huff nf the same i-Kly
ere more or let. ne!i mli- tn lie made to pity tin-il-bt-"
nnd chiiiiin iiMin-t the e-litli! ol filid l.t'-tirijc
W. Krttiu (leeea-ed; nnd Unit anininoiin in miiUitu-e
llll lleen l-Ued (Mil of Mild eolirl retniliuhle lit the
A 11 if 11-1 term of mid court to he hidden 11 1 tin! court
lioii-e ill the citv of l ii'ro in Mild enmity on the
third Mniiday In Aiiifu-t. A. I). 1T.
Now nnleMi. ymi the mid Klixnnctli Sehniutz
Kl. in-net- Krin mid (ie-nr.-e Krwin hnl!:ipicur In
fore -aid conn on the flrM day of viid term thereof
nnd plriid. anrucr or demur' to mid petition, tin.
ulct;iitloii contained therein will he taken n eon
'eed hy you and un order i-nli-ri-d III aeiiu'iliinix
will! tie.' pniver of i-aid lietllloii.
SAMl KI..I. lICViM.
I lerk oft lie county court .
C.lllio. Atlif. !i. l-Ts.
State of Illinois. Alexander County es. lu tin1 Alex
ander Cnuiilv circuit Court.
Cli'iiiimi I'. I'.arilett and Yolncy S. Itarlh tt. In-r
hulni!id. vn. Mary Sti-wnrt mnl illinni W. Stewart,
liill to fnrecloM- tnorll.'itire.
I'ahlle Nollee 1 heri-n.T iriven Hint. In pur.ntitiri
of a (leerec rclldi'led h) i-ilfil I'olll l III tin- llhovt- ell-tllh-it
imice ut the May Term. A. I. ISTS. I. .I0I1II
llaniiuii. Mu-ter ill Chancery of suld County, w ill,
on Mnlid.iv. the Hi.-eolid day of Septenilier,
A. 1). Is7s,' nt tin! Iioiir of 11 o'clock 11. in.,
w-11 at puhllu IlllCtlllll lo tllll lllltllcHt
hidder for t-nr-ti In hand, ut the westerly door of tho
Cnnrt lliiin-e, in thu City or Cairo, ill mild County
nail Statu, the follow ing de-trrllied real ettii, to
wit: "Thu northerly one hundred acres of claim
niinilieri'il five hundred and twi-iity-nliiu tris.1l), sur
vey nuiiilM-rcil tlve liundred and t wc-lily-svveii (WTi.
rnmnii'uclnif. ut the north ciistcrly corner of mid
clului, nnd survey nnd runaliiL' uloii(f llu- ein-terly
line ofsiild claim' to 11 point a KUlllclctit dlntauct- from
mid lieiriiuilUK to Includt.- with a Hue runiiluit acroHx
mid claim parallel with thu northerly line of said
claim to the westerly line thereof to Include mid one
hundred iK-n-s or lutid situate lu tliu County of Alex
ander. Statu of Illinois." toL'etln-r with till' prlvi-
li-ifi- mid upimrteuiiiices thereunto helmiln ur
sld renl estiite will h mild to satisfy n decree for
Jt.WUS with iutcrust iul thu costs uf salt mid ex-
peusi.ormrio. JOHN (. 1IAILMAN,
Mati-r In Chancery
C.mmv A (iti.tiKiiT. Cemp'ts Sollcltnrs.
fiutcd Cairo, Illinois, August sth, 1SW,
r 1 i
I ' ENKItAL DKf.IVEHY opca T:3U 01.: close
V Oh'sIu iii.; Suuday; t) lu V . m.
Money Order lK-puruiant obcu ut 8. m.; closed
tt .1 p. tn.
nir..u-h Kxpn-s" Malln vlu llllnnl. Central ULd
Mississippi Criitrul lCiilrrmd. clo.c it 12 :i p m
1 aim nnd I'oplar lllull ,lliruu.'li and Wuy Mall
closes ut 1 .':: 11. m.
Way Mall vl Illinois Central. Culrn and Vln-C-niies
mid Mlss.ssippl t uutrul lUllroadi! close ut
v:V p. in.
Way M ill fur Nurmw (iau;-e Ilallroud clos.-i, ut
talroand Kvunsvllli- Kivcr Ituute clne at ::!
p. in. dally Ccxccpt Friday;.
Ma) or-Henry Winter.
TMusiin -r II K. I'urki-r.
C!-rk-J. II I'hlllis.
Comi.sr - Wm. II. (iilhcrt.
M-ir-hal- ('. Ii. Art.-r.
Attorne-W. .M( lin-,
I'ullci- Mu,'istrui-J. J. Illrd.
iioaIiii or a 1 in u r v.
Flr-t Ward -lien. Yix 11111. Win. O t'nli ihvn
fB:inid WardWood Itittehlioiis.-, N.U. Thlstli;
Thirl WariUW. H. WVlht. John WikmI.
Ki.nrlli Ward - i'harh-s 11. 'tl, r. II. ,1. Kolev.
I'ilta WurdT. W. Ilullldn). t hus. L.HicatC-r.
Circuit Jnd.-e-I) J. i.tk-r.
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..iKit'i 1 :,-rk - ,h. J. Ilmntii.
1 oiii.ty Atiorney-W. ( . .M-illt'-jr.
I nunit Trcasuri-r-A. J. A, den.
S.-ieritt - Ti ter Na.ip.
1 iirotn-r K. K'.tz-.'i-ra.r..
County Cnmmls.-om rs T. W. Holiday, M. V.
mti. Oco. W. Sainnioiis.
Arrival ami Itejiitrture of Trains.
ILLINOIS CKNTUAL IiAIMlOAI).
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cAIItO A Nil VINIKNNKS KAII.KuAli.
Arni-e. 1 1. part
Vi!f In-'"' p in. 4 r a m.
ST. LUCKs. I. M.ANC MJlTllKliN KAII.KoUi
Express ,., ni 8 nip. hi.
(. All:u AXlJ ST. UHTS HA I I.ltOA l.
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Kn-pi Mind.ir Kvi' pl Monday.
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(A MKIiICINE. S(T A IHMSK )
HOI'S, I:lCHr. MANDRAKE,
Avn THE I'I IIKT AMI IlKsT MlllilCAI. AI.ITt
or a 1.1. cTiinii llrngiu.
i Iliseases of tin- M'lUllieh. IhitteU. Jtlirtid
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OHHINANC K NO. 21.
AN OlMHSAJtCK I.KVVIN11 AS'll A-sSO TAXES roll
TIIK i t IIKKST I. A II.
He It ordiilncd hy the city council ol city of Cairo:
w... ....( '1'l.u. il... kiiiti i.r fi,,-tilv limit. 1O11I llnl.
r.. 11,,.-. . . . II HI l r.. ... ... ...... .p.
lurs it lierehy levied and assessed lor corporate pur-
, . ., 1 . 1 ..........t....i,i.t..
pom-It upon .IK- real aim ier-iiuiii ,ii'e- ri. '-
1... .1 r-ul... ..ll.l..... I . ,11 V ill I 1 III n. til.' .Mini. Is
I lie , 1 1 , ,H , HI I r 1, i. , , m ,
assessed for statu and county purposes for the cur
M:i'. -i. Tliu tnavor nnd city clerk of said city ol
Cairo are hereliv'dlrecteil to certify to I lie on lit v
clerk of Alexander county. Illinois, on nr liefiirt- tin
second Tiie-dav lu Au-.-ii-t A. H . ix'.s. that the .aid
citv of Cairo mrulrcs the sum twenty thousand dol
lar's to he raised hy taxalloii. for thccurrenl year, mid
the citv clerk Islurlher directed to Ilk-with said
rountv clerk of Alexander coiinlv. on or lielnre the
said second Tuesday in Auu'M-t, A. I)., ISTS. a certi
fied copy nf Mils ordinance.
Ski-. 3. Whenever the county clerk of said A t";.
under county has extended the tux nhnve levied lor
the said citv of Cairo upon the county collector
Imnk fur the current year, it shall tictlic duty ol thu
citv clerk toiiscerlaln theexai t nuiouiit so extended,
anil churifi.- the siiuiu upon his honks to said colec
lor. mid in credit the said collector with the sum
he shall from time to lime pay to the 1 ll treasur
er on m-ciuiM nf said tax. Provided the city clerk
snail not credit the said collector w Ith any iihatis
incuts or forfeitures of said lax. mill the snnie have
heen exainini'd and allowed hy the 'l'.v eounctl:
liul It shall he the dntv of the clly clerk to oMulli
from the said collector 11 tnteiilclit ol any nleile
mi ni" and forfeitures, nnd present the mine lor up
proval ofthe city council.
Skc. 4. II shall in-the dulv ofthe city trmnurer,
w hen the cimntv collector shall from time to time
pay over to said treasurer miv citv tuxes levied, to
place the same In the ifcnernl fund,
Approved AiltfUst Till, ISTS.
HKNilV IM KIi. Viiynr.
City ul Culm.
.1. II. I'liit.t.t", City Clerk.
JM.OOMINUTO.N L.UV SCHOOL.
.ludifc II. M. Iletijamln, Dean: Klemeiitarr nti'l
Cotistltutlonul l.nw. .ludifc o. T. Iteevi't, Torts
mid Kiiultv. O. W. Aldilch, I'll. I). I.I.. I)., l'"1,
triiets and Iteul Property. Hon. I.iiwrciice W'eMoti
l'lendliiK. A. i. Kurr, 1,1,. II., Kvldchcc mid Cn"'!
mil Law . Dlploinu on two years ntteiiilaiici', iidiults
to tlin Mar of Illinois, I'rlnes for liest exiiinlnallntt
nn whole i-onrse. I'lrsl price, lll; Ulid prle, f
Threi' terms 11 vear. T11III011 flit per term, ruii
t.-rin heuliiN Thursilay. Septeinher 1 4. r"r
further Information apply to A, U, KAMI, Hluuui