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SI'ECIAI. LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice" In tlii minimi, flvn c.-nin per Itno. each
Ahead of Them All.
Having ulretnly rurih.ed our spring
stork of line hoots and slni:s, wo wish to
niinounee to tlw I'uMic, tliat they will ar
rive on tin- Kith of February.
Tun City Sihk Stokk,
Mil, Coiiiinereiul avenue.
Finest ia tin: Land.
Duffy's fpli:lrali"l Apple Cider,
K. H. Jaekson ii Co.,
St. Valentine Hall
Tlie Delta Citv Fini Co., No. !, will give
a Imll on Momliiy evening,. February 1-fUi,
ami would be please.l to meet their friends.
(In account of the immense spring stock
bought by the proprietor, we will be com
pelled tu otter our F..11 and Winter stock at
prices way below the market price. Call
curly and get tin; best.
Tin: Cnv Shok Stokk,
1 10 Commercial avenue.
Foil hunt. ! looms on Kleventh street,
Day School Tor Hoys and Girls.
Night school lor persons engaged durint:
the d ay, and lemons in Latin, German,
French, music, book-keeping and penn
nianship, by I'rof. and Madame Floyd.
Walnut .-t. Let ween Twelfth and Thirlerntli
New Milliard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Stcag.-ila has taken posi s.i"n
of the buihlino loiim rly otx.ut.iied by Mr.
Daii'I llartnnn, on the corner of Sixth
str-et und Commercial avenue, and lias
ttalilislioil therein a luUiftid saloon and
resvmrant. He has repaired the building
internally, inaV.in changes in tin; arrange
lnent to Hfcoiiuiio.i V(. iM views and furn
ished it with every infort that could be
wished for in a Iii 4ci.ss establishment,
lie has spaiied no paiiii to make his place
one ol the most altractive n .-orts in the city,
and invites all to conic and Bee him.
0s:f! l i b! (iuiu-.l
Fre.-h oy.-lei, line and I it. for sale, by the
can or by the lnuidrid! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily liom Mooiie, and lialliinore
oysters received in ens, diiect Iroin the
packers, by every . press. Fish of nil
kinds coiisi.milv on Innd and always fresh.
The "Kcd Sn-.ipp''i-," the king mining lish
and the delight ol' Mtc, t're.-li from the
gulf. Sdid j oi.r ordi rs to the headijuartcrs
iorosleis an I f-h. conn r (Hun 1,,-vrc and
Kulilh street. Kocmiit IIkwiit, Ag't.
At I'.n Fiigerald's.
Theoldevi and purest imported brandies,
purler and otln r wines may he enjoyed nt
the elegant salnple and billiard rooms of
Mr. I'at. Fitzgerald, at the comer of Four
teenth and CoiniiH ieial ; and horses fat and
licet, with eveiv variety of vehicles
from a Imss down to a
sulky, all in a In. t eU.-s cuinlitioii, hs well
us saddles and riding regalia, may bo had
at the most reasonable lignreson a moment's
notice at his "Horse Man -on". His plaecof
ausiriess is in connection with the telephone
bud all orders lei eived thereby will receive
Wood and Coal,
A full supply o Indiana coal, as good ns
I'ittsburg, just received from the mines and
fur ale nt ft nil per Ion delivered. I will
always have on hand a stock of this cele
brated coal; also daily shipments of wood
is received and kept constantly on hand,
for sale. Apply, at the C.&. V. U. 11. yards,
F. M. Waiid.
Closing Gut,. Hoots and Shoes.
Haying a very huge stock of winter
mm1s on hand consoling of Gents', Ladi"s'
and Children' sewed and pegged limits and
Mines, I have di t i milled to close it out at
prices that defy i-i nil pt-1 itioli, ill order to
make room for an iioiuetisi: stock ofspiing
goodrt which will begin ,o arrive soon. 'If
in want of anything m my line I would ad
vise you to call on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as I w ill assure you good bar
put iih. I invite all to call ami see for
themselves. C. Koon.
No. lid Commercial avenue between Fifth
Mini Sixth streets. Cairo I lis.
lltickleii's Arnica Salve.
'I he bent naive, in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, niseis, salt, rheum, lever sores,
jctter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salvo is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, li.r
cents per box. For sale by Gko. K. O'Haka
coi:iiil MY III' I'.
TI1K DAILY OAIHO HULLKTIN; WEdWh"
AT DAN UAKTMAX'S CliOCKERY
Street Lamp 'f h) desirable pat
tern. Safety Lamps, the Imst in the
market. All the best Lamp Burners
manufactured. Dithi idge's licst Fire
Proof Cliimnrys. Also a large assort
ment of l'ieee and l'ressed Tinware.
Table Knives, from the cheapest to the
An elegant, line of J'ocket Cutlery.
Silver Ware oil he best designs and
quality, a large line of House Furnish
ing Goods, etc.
All my Goods are marked down lo
bottom prices, and I do not intend to
he undersold by anyone.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in thi-n. column, ten ci-nt per line,
cacli niHertion. Marked
-Mr. W. II. Hay's little boy, Frankie,
has the measles.
-Mr. S. Y. Perec's littlu daughter,
Gertie, is sick with measles.
- Day board at Wilson's corner Third
and Commercial, f ?.oii per week.
Mr. Mulky, Irom C'oiumercla! Point,
was in the city yesterday.
The wife of Mr. Frank LWidy, who
has been down with nieashs for about ten
days, is convalescent.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsmeyer's. 4
--"Miss Fannie Harclay, of Cairo, is the
guest of Miss i;. ford."-Centrnlia Dem
ocrat. Severel drunks and dis. rdt rlies before
Judge Olmsted, w is ail the police business
transacted in th-j city ve-terhy.
-Check biwks nceipt books, order
books, etc., made to ord.r on short notice
at The 111 t.i.r:r in office.
Mr.-Jainej Cheeney is having the r-jof
of his rrsid. -ic on the corner of Fifteenth
and Cedar stm ts repaired.
Twenty-four Inn:', in l iugs are lan
guishing in the dark, damp, dreary dun
geons of the county b.i-tile.
Meerschaum pipes anil cigar-holders,
a large stwk at F. Kor-meyer's.
A number of men yesterday did goo 1
work under the direction of Mr. Gorman,
cleaning off the street crossings.
Seven carloads of lumber are awaiting
to be unloaded on the tr.ickt of the different
railroads for Messrs. I.atvuter ii Hu e.
Mounted and vani!-!i ' l maps of Cairo,
for saie, at i in; ii i.i.r.io olrb i.
Last Thursday night was m id" mem
orable to Mr. J.C. S;iivs by the appear
ance in his family of a plu np ten-pound
-.Mrs. O'Neil is not so ba-'ly injured as
was at first supposed and will get over her
injuries all right. She was resting quite
easy last evening.
The choral society was to have mel at
Dr. Jocelyn's office lasl evening for jiraetiee,
but there being only about live present no
rvercises were had.
The democrats of l'adueah held a
primary meeting last Monday and nomi
nated Charles Heed for the in iymalty. The
republican candidate is 11. lloii-ton.
During the p 1st week, about thirty
thousand dollars of the old city debt and
about thirty thmi-aiid dollars of the old
county debt has been compromised.
Sosaith Dr. Clark's bulletin board:
"Look at .loh n A. Logan's bill. The gteat
Hero of Mischief and staivcr of tin; poor.
VJO Cincinnati guns for sale here."
The snb-criptiou committee of the
Fifth Ward Fire Company was out yester
day gathering in the money subscribed by
our citiens, and met with very flattering
Mr. Patrick Fitzgerald had men at
work yesterday finishing his large scales,
and having an approach of earth thrown
up by the side of bis Horse Mansion, which
will make it convenient for teams to enter
or leave lie1. u I .
-A heavy fog gathered upon (he
rivers and in the low places in the city
early yesterday evening, and became so
dense for a while that pilots had to take
extra precautions in guiding their crafts, or
lay up entirely.
Yesterday morning, at nine o'clock,
the nine year old daughter of Mr. H. C
Hush, died after an illness of some days
with a disease of the spine. The remains
will be taken to Charleston, Mo., via (hi1
Iron Mountain this afternoon.
J ne Kuugli ami lieaoy rim Company
will give one ol their enjoyable sociables at
llioir hull on Washington's birthday, Tuck
dny evening, the L'Jnd hist. We can guar
antee a pleasant time for nil who attend
when the "Houghs" give a sociable.
First flowers of the season, forerunners
of the spring, are now exhibited by Mr
Hteltz.er, ut his jewelry More on Hightli
street. He has u laign htoi k of hardy ami
healthy plants for salr at his greeiihou.e
up town. Orders may bit left at his More,
Mike Kully, the ruflliuj who knocked
down and robbed the man McGinn on
Commercial avenue some days ago, hud his
preliminary trial before Jmlu Olmsted,
day before yesterday, and was bound over
in the sum ot one hundred and fifty dollars;
imd in default of bail, was ordered to bo
confine 1 in the county jail, to await the
action of the grand jury.
An Ohio paper proposes to number the
hours of a day and night consecutively
from 1 to !M, or from miduigbt to mid
night, thus doing away with a. in. and p.
m. in railway time tables and elsewhere.
The advocate of the proposed new method
says that there is no more reason for having
two 12 o'clocks in one day than there is for
two twelve-milc posts on a twenty-four
milH nilmnd. The idea is good enough,
and we would have no objection whatever,
if it came from any where else; but Ohio is
too hoggish. She has Ohionized nearly
everything in the country and now attempts
to Ohionize time, We object. She'l be
trying to OhioniD He. heaven next.
-Yesterday morning, alnnit nine o'clock
Thomas O'Neil was taken by Officer Hun
ker and Mr. Naiighton from his place on
Ohio levee and conveyed in an ambulcnci
to the hospital. He was stretched out on
a mattress and seemed to rest tolerably
easy. On the way to the
hospital he soke to Mr. Naughton, in
structing him to inform some friend;
in a small town some miles north of us of
what had occurred and speaking about other
matters that related to himself and his
friends until the hospital was nearly reach
ed, when he ceased speaking and lay silent
for some moments. Suddenly he threw
out Ixith arms, exclaimed: "till! I'm in
hP'and expired, his head resting in Mr.
The HuiMus and Inin assciatioii of
Cairo is not defunct as some people stip
iinsr. but is about as much alive as any
institution in the city. It moves forward
slowly and silently, but surely. While two
or three of the young members have aban
doned it out of mire carelessness, others
have joined, so that its membership has
continued to increase until the first series
is full. There are now sixty members,
all in good standing and a new
series will be commenced about next April.
The organization has something over two
thousand dollars out on interest. The pres
ent officers are; 15. F. Ii!ake, president:
H. F. Spaiiiding, vice president; Claude
Winter, treasurer; and A. Comings, secre
tary. An election for new officers for an
other year will be held next month.
--The organization of the Presbyterian
ladies, who will conduct the Loan exhibi
tion is officered as follows: President,
Mrs. J. M. Lansden; vice president, Mrs.
Win. Stntton; secretary, Mrs. George
Fisher. The exhibition will commence on
the 2il instant, and will continue through
the week. Merchants and business men
ge' r;d!y, will be given mi opportunity t'
lit 1 iy their waies in gh.ss cases, etc.'
wliM.i will prove to be one of the' chic! at
traetior.s there; and while the merchant
will derive a benefit from having his wares
seen by thousands of people, those who
see them will Und out where they must
go to buy their goods. Kllbrts j
ire being made', we understand, to get the
Cairo A: Yiiicennes railroad to run an ex-
in -ion train into the city while the exhibi
tion is in progress.
- Dr. W. W. Stevenson, of Commercial
Point, III., favored us with a call night be-
ore hist and gave us an account of the
iestruction, by lire, of his office at t lint
'lace on la.-.t Sunday night. lb: left the
oiuce aiMiiit 1 ,.;') o clock on Mimlay night
to call upon a patient, about two hundred
yards away, who was very sick - and he
ad written out a prescription, administered
seme medicine and waited about half uu
hour to oh-erve its tiled Upon the patient,
when he le ard the alarm of fire and, going
out, he found his office in flames. Before
he could reaeii tin.1 scene of the conflagra
tion the flames had enveloped the entire
Miildingiind nothing could be saved. The
origin ol the lire is a mvsttrv. or there
was no light of any kind and but very
little fire in the stove when the doctor left
e office. The loss is about fifteen hun
dred dollars, and was only partially covered
Governor lllackburn.of Kentucky, who
is good authority, prcdii Is a cholera epi
demic, soon. Ilfsaid, in the course of a
recent interview, that it never tailed that a
cholera epidemic followed Upon the heels ol
uu inllueiiza epidemic. We have just had
that. Men and horses have sulleied from it.
The inlluenza epidemics are. due to the loo
great proportion of ozone in the atmosphere,
ami the deficiency of it is the condition for
cholera. Nature is constantly running to
extremes, and an excess of ozonu is followed
by a dellcietiey, "1 certainly have," con
tinued the doctor governor, '"been expect
ing cholera to make its appearance in this
section, and now that it has iippciued in
Chicago it is more than likely licit we shall
have it.'' This is cheerful new,, coming
as it does, at a lime when the smallpox is
raging in New York, llaltimoru and
Chic ago, and the black death in Wisconsin.
It may turn out alter all that the dire pre
dictions of Iho astrologers are all to bu
fulfilled this year.
--A crossing is badly needed on Com
mercial avenue from K, K. Coming',, book
storif to the Alexiindi'i Counly lJ, '',
condition of (hut particular plnr0 is awful
mid Is almost in constant use by
Indies who have purchase,, t,lmu, ... .(,.,
hi goods, shoe ami other stores along the
avenue. For the heiit 0f these
if not r.ir the diwatUcd iiierchuuts, a
trowing kIiouLI iminedmicly ,L. r.omitructcil
FKMIUARY ', 1S81.
there. To wait until Eighth street is fin
ished in the hope that then the crossing
will be all right, is to postpone the job in
definitely ; but even if that were not the
case even if Eighth street was finished
to-day it is likely that the same kind of
crossing would bo made thero as are over
Commercial avenue at Sixth nml Eighth
streets, i. e. a sort of mull'Tell. clay and
mud, gravel crossing with a few pebbles
sonnkled over the surface, nerhans. That
kind of a crossing won't do. It should bt
cither stone, so laid down as to form an
arch which will shed the water and soft
mire, or a good old fashioned plank cross
ing, which have, until now, proven them
selves to be tin) cheapest and the
best. And either of these crossings may as
well be constructed now as any other time
--At the council meeting last night was
a little more interesting bus
iness than usual, was trans
acted. Seven members were present
being all but Aldermen Halliday.Saup and
Linegar. Among the more important
business transacted was the passage of the
ordinance, giving the Cairo City Street
railroad company a right of way over Poplar
street and the other streets, as asked for
in its petition. The ordinance was but
slightly changi d by the ordinance coin
inittec. l.ich'lTi 1 it under consideration.
The n ost important change being that the
city reserves the right to order a change in
the gauge of the track at the end of ten
years, if it thought best to do so. The
petition of a number ol the most
prominent business men of Springfield
bl'K-k on Ohio levee, asking that the conn
cil do not grant license to Thomas
Clark, was reported favorably upon by the
committee to which it had been
referred and granted by tin
council. n motion t Alder
man Patter it was decided to
condemn so much of that portion uf Hail
road Strip, below Second street, which was
some time ago sold to the Cairo and Yin-
ccniies raiiroad, Hi to permit the extention
of the sixty loot .street (which now extends
the entire length of the strip from Four
teenth to Second streeti, down to Coiunii r
Among th" hus'ines of minor importam e
w is the ord'-r to the street committee that
it haw the sidew iiks around Fourteentl
and C lar str-'cis, and tin plank walk be
tween iweittiiaii'l I li l rt rati stiei t.s on
the we-;; side of Washington avenue i
p ure. I. i' i, I proceedings wi.l appear m
I'm. Hi 1. 1. i.i in lo-niorrow.
--One of the recently ad. led an I muchly
iieeiicl institutions in this city is the cotton
compress, owne.i l v a Memphis stock com
pany mid under the exciu-.ive superin
tendence of tie ir trusted and g, - it 1 1 - manly
representative, Captain John I). Waldren.
I lie corporation i- a Wealthy one, having a
number of similar institutions in various
pints of the south, and all paying a lair
percentage on the investment, w inch, in
every ca-e, lntM, of necessity, be very large.
The many advantages of Cain as a dis
tributing point and a point where large
piaiitities of cotton is daily rehamlied
arriving bv river and by rail, from the
real cotton fields of the south, lor di-e
tnhution from this point, to all parts of the'
north - suggested to the company the idea
of i Mending their oper itions to this city.
That they will succeed that the many
thou ,nds of dollar they have in
vested in this institution here will
yield thetii u handsome profit
will be iU -lioned by none who are
acijiiairited with all the circumstances. In
the lir.-t phe e Cairo is a railroad centre;
the ( cn'ieol a y-tetn of rail mat traffic ex
tending via the Iron Mountain mad, over
the state, of Missouri, Arkansas, I.oiiisana
and Texas; via the Mississippi road, over
the states of Tennessee, Mississippi and
Alabama, and via the new Southern mad,
which is rapidly approaching completion,
over the states of Tennessee, Alabama,
Georgia and I'loiida. Over these roads
alone great quantities of notion, to say
nothing of other merchandise, come to
Cairo every year, which is unloaded in the
great freight sheds here and transferred
into the Illinois Central, Cairo it Yiiicen
nes and Cairo & St. Louis railroad curs for
distribution among (he hundreds
of cotton mills of the northern
and eastern stales. 1 ; u t this is not all.
Cairo i;. also ul the head of navigation, und
this, loo, just at the time of year when, tin
Captain Waldren informed in, the move
ment in cotton is the most active and; when
many a steamboat, loaded with huge bales
ol" cotton, will arrive at our wharf from the
south and leave her cargo here for reship
nicnt north by rail. And n.t, where the
work for the cotton compress comes in.
The bales of cotton put up on the planta
tion, are too bulky and not sufficiently
dense to permit of putting into a box car,
the number of pound allowed by railroad
companies for a car load, and hence ship
pers of cotton are out thousand of
dollurs yearly in freights, which, but lor
this fact, might have been clear gain.
This evil is cxactlylnct and remedied by
the compress, by which an ordinary sized
hale is I ram-formed into one third or one
fourth ils original size; and that I ho Cairo
ruin press will have all it can do, when it
once gets a good slart, will bo aparent (o
all. At present It is not ready (o begin
work, but a trial will bo made to-day in
order to sen whether or not it works all right
and to remedy any little flaw that may
appear. The building jH a largo shed,
built or heavy timbers, which is to bo ex
(ended about fifty feet farther up, nml is
situated just below the incline of the Iron
Mountain railroad and wedged In between
the Illinois Central and Cairo & Yin
felines roads; so that its
facilities for receiving and shipping arc tin
surpassed. The foundation for the massive
machinery, consists of several great piers
of solid brickwork, in building which, two
huiidered thousand bricks were used. The
machinery itself is ponderous in fact, to
those who have never seen a cotton com
press a fair conception of what it really
comprises and accomplishes, is almost im
possible, but some idea of the power ot the
machinery can be trained, from what
Captain Waldren said to us, namely, that
when the full hydraulic pressure is applied
to a quantity of cotton, it is impossible for a
powerful mini to drive a nail into it with a
sledge hammer. Captain Waldren has met
with many obstacles in the building of the
foundation and raising the machinery, or
the institution would have been in opera
tion some time ago, but he expects now
that in a few days steady work will coin
nienee. From four to five hundred bales of
cotton can be gotten ready for reshipnient
every day, and from thirty-five to forty
men will find constant employment
A NOTAHLK WEDDING.
The weddin-' of Mr. Norman M. Hexford
son of our form.r fellow citizen, F. 1). Hex
ford, and Miss May C. ISusby, was celebiat
ed at (Viitralia, Illinois, on the id instant
and believing that a few particulars of the
affiiir will interest many of our readers, we
clip the following account of it from the
"At the early hour of 0 p. in. the guests
began to assemble to witness the
ceremony at 7 p. m., Mrs. Stevens at the
piano. To the heavenly notes of ".Mendel
ssoluis" wedding march, the bridal party
entered the parlor, headed by Hev. J. M
Diggings, who performed the ceremony
after the gi iml an ! impressive form of the
Fjuscnjial church. The bride and groom
were unattended, and after the lapse of a
few shoit njoiufnts, wi re pioriounced man
and wife. Congratulations were now in
order, and were indulged in by the goodly
number ol gun)-.
the bude (as all bride's do) looked
lovi ly, affiled in an th g ant cream tinte.
bro ade and satin, so elaborately gotten up
that it is indescribable, pi-arl ornsmi nU and
natural iloweii. The groom as usual in
blaek, with glov s and tie to match the
bride's dl- ss.
Soon the bridal supper was served, and -well
O, we quit! Ask Morgan who stow
ed aw ay enough lor a trip to Cairo and
back suffice to -ay it was elegant in tin
Here follows a long list of presents from
friends and n lathes, both at home and
abroad, among which there were some from
several of the Cairo friends of the happy
LIST OF PETIT Jl'HOILS.
koi: Tin: Ki.r.i;r.UY ti.km ukthk ai.kxan
KR ( Ol M V ( llll t IT ( 01 KT, 131.
Sandusky George Twinam, Matthew
I Seech nidge .J,n II. Parker
Santa Fe E. McDonald, Peter Starcr,
Thebes- Tims. Garner, Abraham Hrown,
Lake Millig.an E. Ucinmick, Nicholas
I'nity James M. Edwards, James M
-S. P. Hradshaw, James
Clear Creek - Enoch M- tcalf, S. W. P.
Met 'lure, James Woodw ard.
Elco-Wm. Skiles, A. Williams, 9. H.
First Cairo precinct Hubert Hiukle
Second Cairo precinct Martin Carmody,
John O'Shea, James (Juiiit).
Third Cairo precinct Nicholas Feith,
lolui P. Feith, George S. Fisher.
Fourth Cairo precinct John Pollock,
lames Kennedy, Chesley Haynes, John A
Sullivan, Ed P. Powell, David Harry.
Fifth Cairo precinct--Thomas G.Wilson,
1. 1ST UK OliANt) .ll'KOltS.
Cairo Precinct- John Gates, .1. M. 1'hil
lips, It. II. Cunningham, V. W. Wright,
P. Fitzgerald, .fumes Johnson, J. H. Met
calf, J. W. Spies, ('has. II. Evans, George
F. Oil, 'I belies preciin t Wiley ( 'hells,
George Summons. Goose Island precinct
Andrew Nau, John Miller. Elco precinct
Leroy T homas, J. IS. Viek. (Tear Orcck
precinct - p. McHavcii. East Capo Girar-
leau precinct -John H. Sams. Santa Fe
precinct - N. Ilunsacker. Heech Hulge
precinct - George DiGclder. Sandusky
precinct - P. Sullivnn.
I. D. L. llMti;v, Es(i ,of Chicago, IH.,
spent over two thousand dollars on inedi-
ine for his wife, who was sullering dread-
ully Irom iheiimatism, nml without de
riving any benelit whuievcr; yet two bot-
'ies ol M, Jacobs Oil, accoiliplislieu
what the inoiit skillful medical men failed
IT N Kit A L KOTICK.
I'ied, itl'trr (l few days' illness with
measles, at liillO o'clock yesterday evening,
Dennis, infant son of Mrs. Dcvino. The
remains will bu taken to Villa ltidge by
he Illinois Central train, at two o'clock
p. in., to-day, starting from the residence,
near the corner of Fourteenth street and
( Hiin levee,
11. E. HtTiMiK, Cambridge, Mich,, says:
I have been alllicleil with Asthma for years,
hii "Only Lung Pad" gavo mo immediate
relief. I can recommend it as the greatest
remedy ever produced, So Adv.
Apply nt llullctln biillili ' "l r",'-",'l" "i,.,.
I f!0 A.(: liK KAKM vrnAir. 7 iTrr.
lOU'IVrniH. Th.. Irniil Ih Ml ii iii e IV:1
went of II.dK-l Park, 45 IK -re , V1 ' " "' ' "
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HiirheHt Casb I'rlro Paid for Wheat. .
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STAPLE ant) FANCY I
WawhiiiKton Avonnc, Govt,