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THE DAILY CAIRO B ULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882.
Mayor N. R. Thietlewood.
Treasurer-'!' J. KTth.
Clerk Dennis. J. Foley.
Counselor Wm. H. unhurt.
Marshal-!.. U. Meyers,
iKI ur ALDIKHIK.
Klrst Ward-Wni.McHalo.T. M. Klrabrough.
riecond Ward - Josse llmk.e, C. N. Hnghea.
Third Ward II. F, Make, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-C'barlee U. l'atler, Adolph Bwo-
Fifth Ward -T. W. Ualllday. Ernest B. Pettlt.
Circuit Judge D. J Hak'-r.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvlii.
County Judge H. s Yocutn.
Couuty Clerk H.J. Ilumoi.
County Attorney J. M. Pamron.
County Truasiirr--Milue W. I'arker.
Coroner-ll. FitZKrla ... , . .
County Commlsionore-T. W. Ualllday, J.
Ulbhs uud l'ulcr nanp,
CAIHO BAPTIST -Corner Teutb u(J Poplar
J streets; preaching first and third Sundaya In
ra u moniii, 11 a in. aid 7:t n . ra ! prayer meet
tug Thursday, 7: i p. in.; Sunday school, a:) am
" v Kev. A. .1. II ESS. l'ator.
"llll'UC'lJ OK THE KKOBKMKH-(Elac.opal,
j Fourteentn aut; Sunday 7:00a ra., Holy
Em liar'.st ; V :' a m., Sunday e:hool ; M.Oda.m.,
Morula Prayers; :tip. m., Evening I'rayera. f.
T. II. Hector.
IKhT .MIi.SIO.NAKV HAITI ST CUCKCn.
v. t.i..,. t io-'i . n . X n m.. and 7 :80 D. m.
.-.n. .ntfj school at 7:i p. m Kv. T. J. Hnorea,
I l 11 KKAN -Thirteenth tr;et; services Sab
j l:,lo a. m ; Sunday school 1 p. tn. Rev.
iktKW'e. put jr.
MF.THoDlhT-Cor. f,.- ad Waluot streets,
Preaching hMath li:twa. m. nd7:'W p. m.
tondav HcUool at 4:a)p. m Kov. J. A. bcsrrelt,
I ilrRYTKKIAN -Klgbth street; preacnuig on
I w . ... - J , 'J. . .. . i,...af
mo.tiLf Wednesday at 7:3-) p.m.; Sunday 8chol
t a p ro. Kev B Y. Oeoue, pastor.
cy . JOSEPH h--,Koinan Celnollc) Corner Cross
O nd Walnut street; smces oa-iosm iu.wi..
u. ; Sunday school at 2 p. m. ; Vespere p. m. ; ser
rices evca day at t) a. m. Kev. O'Uara, Priest.
PATRICK'S (Homan Catholic) Corner N'lnth
O ftroet and WaahlnifUin anae; aerrlce 8ao-
oth S and in a. m. ; vepera p. m. ; duuuj
i p. in. tervlcea :ry day at a m. Ret. Mdt;ntoU
R. U. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS cIjCTRaLK. R.
Mail -...S:OJ a.m tMall v4:i?,m
M ceuitTdation.il :10a.m KipreM.... U: 0-m
tExpr.-m I V) p m I Actomdatloa.. :IS pm
MISS C ENTRAL K. R.
Mall - 4:a.mtMall
tKiprcM- 10:15am ttxpreM ll.JUatn
KT.L. 3tV. It R. (Narrow Oaue )
Kpr. l:iSa m I 'Kxpr . . :W p.m
Acrom'dallon. 1 " p m I aAecora datoln 12.W p m
HT.L . I.M.S. K.H.
BM" Uisnp tn I tKiprea.... :W ' p m
tAfcom nation. :40p.m I tActom dallon 11.45a.m
WABASH. ST. LOl'M 4 PACIFIC K'T CO.
Vll A Ha .... 4:4". a.m Mall El.... : P
Dally ncepl Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE 4 OHIO R. R;
jlail fi.fiSa. m. I Mail :V)p. m.
EiprifK ti:'!") a. m. Kiprea ..:VJp. tn.
JT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R-
TRAINS RUN A8 FOLLOWS.
KipreM and Mall loavea Cairo, evi-ry day except
Sondav, at lii:J5 a . tn. Arriv.i 4: p m.
Accommodation arrive at UM p. m. and de
pirta at 1:J) p. m.
NKW AI) VERTISEM I. NTS.
Walnut St., near lath.
SUM MKIITF.RM, fmin July 5, 12 wwku
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TITI'ION FOR TERM
Common School. Academic and Commrrdal
1 1 EN H V FLOY Di Tent'her.
EOHOE II. LKACII, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Hpiiclal attmitlon paid to the Ilomoopathlc treat
nviit of "iirijlcal dloae, aud dieie of women
oillci-! on llth trcuLoppodto the Poat Offlce,
JJU. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OI'I'll K -KlKtith HtrpM. niar Comb err.lal AvonOn
R. E V. WHITLOCK,
Orrun No. IM Comrmircial Aveuou, between
Kvhlli and Ninth Strecu
A FT K 11 TUB FLOOD TUB
KIUB, BUT THE FLA"
MOUTOX. Iiaiopi'tiedagulnln tbo Davli bulldluR on Hlxtb
alreui, with a full aloclc of
NowFnrnittiro of all kindn
nnd U preparnii to do
UPIIOJS TrciilNOmitl ltppulrinB
nt nirtniil ratw.
KAFFLBi-taUe achanc In
Iho flneat book cc In ttiw city, or a bandnoma bed
room n't.or tluo aldo board. Artlnloa now on ei
hlhltlon at hta nalua roomi. Will be rallied ai aoon
tickets aro dlapoanrl of. or monoy will be returned
UlVB UIM A CALL.
oiai BH ia
PLOUH GRAIN AND HA
Egyptian Flouring' Mil Ls
HlirhestCmh Pricf Paid for When.
a i a . m i , a
NEW YORK STORE, .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. P ATI Kit & CO..
Oor.NinetoenUnUeetl Poittn Til
Commarclal A vena I LilllU 111
PROPRIETOR OF BPR0AT8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICF BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
rKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar fjoads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
HE CITY KATIOJAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LBVKE.
A General Banking: business
TIIOS. AV. HALLIDAY.
JNTBRPRJSE SAVINU BANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOH. W. IIAILIL) A Y,
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE VV STATES.
On and after Mondav, July 21, andnntll further
notlctho ferryboat fhre Statu will runae near
a poMlbleon tie followlDtf tlmo table:
J4T1I LIATII LliTll
Foot Fourth it. Mlnonri Land'g. Rentarkj Ld g.
fl;Oa. m. 7:00a. m. 7:80a. m,
8:SI) " 9:iM " 9:10 "
10:) ' ll:W " 11:80 "
3:00 p.m. 3:30p.m. 3:00 p.m.
Leave Leave Leave
Foot Fourth it. Kentucky Ld'g. Mlsaonrl Land'g.
4:00 p.m. 4:8()p.m. 6:10 p.m.
On laat trip leaving Kentucky landing at 4 :30 o'clock
p. ui., the nnat will go to Ulrda Point, making con
nection with T. ASt.L. paa'ongor iraln for Cairo.
First trip at 8:.'I0 a. m. leaving Ualro, Will connect
wltb T. St. L. train leaving Cairo.
MIK RKOULAR CAIRO AND TADUCAn
HENRY B. TAYLOlt
II I !( M4Mlttt l (
GEO. J0BB8 Clerk
Lenvei Padtinah for Cairo daily ( Snndayi except,
ed) at 8 a.m. and Mound City atl p m. Return
ing. L'traa Cairo at 4 p. m. Mound. City at.5 p. m.
While other Baking Powders art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
has been kept unchanged in all its mgiml "
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its Living received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, froU
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true testthe TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID B&KIN3 POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
laaafaHar.ni of t.u.ull V.mI flmi, fir. rrlr'. Racial
ria.orlaa tiirtiL, aad Ur. frlc.'t Valiu. PrrfaaM.
Indian Blood Syrup.
y HtUH'psU, Liver lla
' "riHc. Krvn- mid Auue
Hi. .,,... I. ... . . ..
Heart liieHtie, llillouH-ih"-i.
THE P. EST RUMMY KNOWN' TO MAX!
welve Thousand Hot ties
SoM Since lJj0!
Thl. Hi..., nn....... .i..a .....
. ... v v ,,,,B. !,ri-. ,ni :cI iiiujicri It-P ; 1 1 Bl llll
ulatea the (Hyaline In the aallva, which cotiverU
thrt ,lu.i'h .nH a...... , I .1.. ...I .. ... ..I ... .
..... ...... , runi ..il iiiriiMIU nr. (t K'UC'IFD. A
derlclenoy in piyaiinu caunee lu l and cotirinjj ol
the food In the atouiach. If the nieiliclna j ,mii
immediately after eating, the rermentation ol lutd
Is pn veiiicirt.
It Hi'ta upou the Liver.'
It acts upon the Klduejs,
It RftrulaU's the Rowel,
It Purilli a the Kluoil.
It VuUts the Nervous Sjntciu,
It l'romott'8 Ulcestloii,
It Nourish?, StrtiiKtheiig utul luvltoratc",
It rarrii'8 otr the Old Illonil nn.l inakeii New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin ami liulueer.
It nemrallKoa the herediturv taml, or poUon in
the Mood, which teneraH'i" .vroltila, Ervalpelae,
and all manner of r.kln Dineaace aud tniernal hu
mor. There are no ajiirite employed In (to initmifiicture
and It can lm t nk.-u by the iimM delicate halie.or by
the aed and fvehle, euro only bciug reiiiired In at
teutl n to dlnctiena.
(iilva, Henry County, Ills.
I wamifferlng from Sick Headache and I)le.l.
neHi aothat I could not attend to my hoiiKehold du
ttea. aud a abort trial of Dr. Clark Johniion'a Indi
an Dluod Syrup tlltetuallv cun d me.
MRS 11ELKN EI.KINS.
Waterman Station, DeK'aili Co., Ilia.
Thl la to certify that Ur Clark .lohrmon's Indian
Blood Syrup har. cured me of 1'mn In the Back. It
te a valuahlu uiedlcluu, .MILS WOOD.
Centre Illll.Whlto Co., Ark.
Thl it to certify that 1 hhh alllicted with Palpi
tatlon of the Heart lor niKtiy yearn I tried dltler
ent doctor, whuau . prearrlptluiia tended more to
weaken me than th.-v d; 1 to -lri ui;iheii. 1 a, lant
rei Ived to try Mr. ( lark Johnpoii'a Indian lllood
Hyiup, which proved to he a noaltlvu cure not on
ly curing the Heart IJIeae. but alco a sick Head
acb which had been Iroiilillni; toe.
MH.S.M ARY A.NKAL.
I war. adllcted with I.Wer Complaint 4inl Dvppep
ila and failed timet relief, althonuli nalng' iuikII
clnea from ourheHt doctnra I commenced ulng
Dr. .lohnaoti'a Indian lllood Svrnp. arid aahort trial
cured m. T. W. lilslNU. Mollne, III,
Thla cert ItU e that Dr. t lurk .lohnaoii'a Indian
lllood Syrup hua ullectually cured nio of Dyapepela.
Too much cannot be rnlil In tiralae oi It.
W. K. IV 1 MM hit, Itodford.Mo.
Ai'eut wanted for lite nile of the Indian lllood
Syrtip in every town or villuuo, In which I have no
akeut, Partluularn glveti on application
DKl'Cl'8 HELL IT.
Labratorv T. Wual 8d at. , N, Y .
lv virtue of an execution laued oul oftlmclerk'a
oaiceor the circuit court of Klexandr ounty and
aate of Illlnoie, and to mo directed, w hereby I am
commanded to make the imimi t ol a certain Judg
ment recentlv obtained agidnat Itvro I'. Illake and
Benjamin F. I'nrker, In ravor of, singer Muiiu'iieliir
Itlg Company, out, of the land, teueinniila, (iood.a
and chuttela oraald llyron Illiike ami ltenj'iiuln
V, I'arker, I have levied on the lollowtng dvecrlhud
I.otuiiinhered three CI) In Mock Iweiity tilno (ill)
lota numbrtred three (a) and four ( I) In block num
bered forty llvo 1 1'.) ami lot numbered tweuty fuitr
(t!4) In block iitiniberi'd aevenlv Iwo (VJ) all the
above dlaorlbed lota are elttiated In Ihn city ol Cairo
county of Alexander and atitte ol lllluola, aa tho
uroperty of llnnjiitnln F. I'nrker' and 1 have alo
levied upon lot numbered t.ventv three CCD in block
numbered aevenlvtwo (U) nnd lo'te, thlrlueii ( iti and
fourteen (I I) In block numbered veniy-nnu (71) In
the city of Cairo county of Alexandi r audatatu of
lllluola, aa Hie property of Ilvron F. Hiake.
Tbereforo, according to aald couitnand, I .hall
nxponH for aale nt public auction, all the r uht, tltlo
and interuat of the above named llyrotl F. Illake
and Iteujumin K. Parker, In and to the above ilea
crtlied proiieri.v, at 11 o'clock a. lit on Tuiwday the
lUth day ol September at tho weaterly door f
thecottrt home, In Cairo Alexander county Illlnola.
Dated at Cilro Ulluoli tUle U'.'itd dnv of Annual
i8i. , John iiodoes,
Shorn Alcxuudur county, lllluola.
If M A j
s - MM
iff ! -n I5
V U 11 I'jIO
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY HV CHAJ CUNNING
!i:lo P. M Aiigut:il, lm.
Auguat. September. Uc.tober.
Wheat us, H7V
Corn ;t.i; T;,
Oan to, hi, ,
U:J" P. M,
Wheat m'i m (7V
-'"'n r 71 S 7.)
ail 8 3.rij-i
:ai p. M. Cloalnc
l''"k il 8r'$ fH n-.'W
Wheat w )ihi.J
Corn , T4'-
NEWVORK, AUGUST AI. Ml.
Wheat R. V i ny u j5 No 2 Rod il 11
Corn No. 2 $1.00 .
W. F Lamiidim, r!vr editor or 'iib liut-LTtH
and ateambO'tt pa-aen.'er aslant. Ordura for all
kinds of ateamboat job pnntlug aollclted. Olllce
at Planters llotol. No. 54 Ohio levoe.
BTAOEH OK TUB RIVKR.
The river marked by thy fjanifc Ins even
ing at 4 o'clock at this port 13 feot
10 incht'8 and rising.
Pittsburg, Sept. 16 p. m River 3 feet
7 inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Sept. 10 p. ui. River 13
feet 0 inches and rising.
Louisville, Sept. 16 p. in. River 0
feet 7 inches and rising.
Nashville, Sept. 10 p.m. River 5 feet
3 inches and stationary.
St. Louis, Sept. 16 p. m. River 10 feet
4 inches and stationary.
Captain Wiil LUrubleton of the marine
ways at Mound City is again at home. Ie
says he had a jolly time during his short
visit to St. Louis.
Capt. II. U. Hart of the R. R. Springer
passed through the city yesterday via the
Illinois Central railroad for Cincinnati ; his
boat is lying at New Orleans.
Tho Paris C. Brown is ou her way up
from New Orleans.
The City of Helena leaves here this eve
ning for Memphis.
Last evening at 4 :45 a heavy shower
CHmo up, and at first had the appearance
of a heavy storm. However, everything
passed off quietly and the only danger
occasioned was a little dampness.
The Jus. W.Gair from Cincinnati is due
litre to-morrow for Memphis. Bee W. F.
L'unbdin, agent, for rates.
The J. II. Hillmtin hum NaHhvillu is
due to morrow, and will leava Ucre on her
return trip at 10 a. tu., Monday.
Captain J, II. Fowler and es-Mayor
Weil, of PaJucah, was in tho city yester
day and returned homo via Qu Fowler.
The Will Kyle from Cincinnati left here
yesterday morning for Nnw Orleans with
a big trip.
Tho C"iis Millar passod down for Mem
phis yesterday at 3 a. w., with all the
freight she could carry. Captain W. C.
Tichenor was in command.
The U. P. Schenck from New Orleans
will report here early thia mornincr for Ciu
ciunati. Seo W. F. Lambdiu for tickets.
Kalamazoo, micii., Fob. 2, 1882.
I know nop Hitters will bear recom
mendation honestly. All who use them
couler upon them tho highest encomiums,
and give them credit for making cures
nil the proprietors claim for them. I have
kept them since they were llrst offered to
the puplic. They took high rank from
the first, and maintained it, and are more
called for thu all others combined. So
longas they keep up their high reputa
tion for purity and usefulness, I shall con
tinue to recommend them something I
have never before done with any other pat
. J, J. Bahcock, M, I).
An effective medicine for kidney dis
eases, low fevers and nervous jjrostrntion,
and well worthy of a trial, is Brown's Iron
"I am now ready to lay down my bun
dles." So said a laboring man, who, for
long years had toiled to support his tamilv,
and had become reduced in health. He
now says that Hops nd Malt Bitters his
made him a new man. .
After all, a gentle purgative is the best
means for curing hesdncho, liver complaint,
billiiiusness, etc. Take "Sellers' Liver
Nothing like "Lindaey's Blood Searcher"
for all skin diseases, tottcr,sult rheum, Itch,
etc. It never fails.
Fortunes for Farmers ami Mccbautos
Thousands of dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judymout in taking care of tho
health, -of yourself and family, If you aro
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low hnd depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottlo of those
wonderful Electric Bittern, which never fall
to euro, and that for tho trifling sum of fif
ty centi. Tribune. Bold by Hurry W.
With a humpy awlab and a eutrllrd roar,
(woct Mary's rhiicn goes driinimlnir.
xouiig Itoiibou leiinaini the low heir-door,
A ml liopeatbHt the nutter's coining;
Hir-n ulirlis ami HltrliH, and droops hla eyes
What words nn his leoiinu iitlor?
"O dioi) me down In th Huirn," he erica,
"And make ton itito bulO'cl"
Hip rests her bHWla, and yH,li;jr stands
At sound of his words' viiifiiey
Then plies the "tuff with n liirbiaoine Iniigb-
"O go away 1" tiiys Mary.
If a maldon'a word means nnjrht, they any,
J'Iip opposite spiiKri Is In It ;
Bo Itciilirn tlwls In her "Co away "
A "Just eoiuo iu n minute!"
1 hope," says ho. "I limy innkf sofrrc."
itfc a i(rlii uwl a ticr his Hinder:
'My im-nri-r ninoilil l,e to your eMr," says she,
"Il I could lint h ave tho butter."
H1 rum i n Iho shell thnt holds the delf,
Hp lm ks across the dairy:
'VhMii i uo to b r s.ilr? hhall I dare ber ptldp;"
"O jroawayl" any a Mary.
II" lakesthe blrjt, nnd betakp. n klsa,
rt'it'i f' ai'S Hint lu aid ijiiiikliig'.
Fb" .'.. -a not take wi n! ho talu-a amlaa,
Nor spi-m In an ewful tnkln.
Fwi,,-t kia" bo liiaes so loud and fast
That bp lkw her bicnih eomplftplyj
lie l:ik. s h r tight In his arms at lust,
Acd still she utkes It sw-nt!y!
Tin- Lean of tbr hoy is wild with Joy;
He bus won nrr-bfs bird, his fairy:
"I'll k uutrijrht for the ring to-night !"
"() voawny;" Pays Jlnry.
Fn dtrkk Langhiidge iu London Society.
Holworthy Thought He Knew.
"What, became of (.ItHtavtis Adolph
us. Sir. Ho! worthy?"' said tho professor
to the section of the class assembled one
morning for recitation.
Ilolworthv rose slowly, saying sotto
voce, to his right-hand " neighbor,
"What did bottom' vim, Jo?''
"I'amtino," isaid Jo.
"Find out down there, sonic of you,"
oaid Holworthy. as he looked toward
the professor "I beg your pardon; what
was the iiK'Ktion?M
"What bee aine of Ou.stavus Adolphus,
"Ah, yes! (iustavus Adolphus ah "
liy this time Jo had nudged Grimes,
'.'. his neighbor, and word had gone
down the line in that direction, and got
back to him, "Dimno."
Then Ilolworthv gave Jolliboy, '83,
on his left, a nudge. "Find out, will
jer, down your side?"'
"(iustavus Adolphus, whose namo in
history er ah" (just then Jolliboy
communicated in a whisper, "Dtmno,
whole, section stuck.")
"Well, Mr. Holworthy, no matter
about a sketch of his history; what be
came of him?"
''Ah! I think, sir, ho finally died."
Approving applause by all present ex
cept professor. Loaton Commercial
Senator Vance, of North Carolina,
frequently illustrates his speeches with
anecdotes, or, rather, parables, which
he relates in a manner that seldom tails
to bring down the house, no matter how
much the majority may disagree with
him politically. Speaking not long tiro
ngaitist a bill which he considered
"penny-wise and pound foolish," he
said it reminded him of a kind old man
who lives at tho top of a hill in North
Carolina. One day a wagoner came by
and, unluckily, got his team "stalled"
at the foot of the hill. To the old man's
house he went, nsking the loan of a
nair of mules and a "lifth chain" to
help him up the hill. Said the kind old
man: M friend. I have not got a
pair o' mules or a fifth chain to save
your iil'o. Hut I am always anxious to
lielp a f '" di-lress; lean lend you
t'.iH best uudio you ever drew a bow
The Queen's private secretary is
called upon by Life for an explanation
of the statement that the Queen gave
twenly-tivo dollars to Chief Superin
tendent Haves, tf the Windsor police,
for his services when Maclean shot at
her, "There must be something unex
plained about (he donation," sajs Life;
"the sum is quite disproportionate to
the position nnd pay of the officer, and
lamentably disproportionate to Her
Ma jesty's 'dignity." The Superintendent
evidently had no desire to keep the
money, fur he promptly gave it to th
Weslevnn Chapel nt Windsor, to pay
for a tablet recording tho Queen's es
cape. "Papa," said yound Diamond, "what
do you mean when you say, 'It is bet
ter to give than to receive?'" "It
means," replied tho old man, "that I
lake more pleasure in sassing your ma
than she does in hearing mo."
Free ot CoNt.
All pi rsons wishing to test the mot its of
a great remedy one that will positively
cure Consumption, Cony lis, Colds, Asthma,
Ihonchitis, or any affection of the Throat
and LunyH aro requested to call at Hurry
W. Schub's drug Btoro and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery fur Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-size bottle will do. (1)
Personal! To Men Only!
Tho Voltaic licit Co., Marshall, Mh.,
will Ben 1 1 Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Helta and Electric Applicauee on
trial for thirty days to men (young or obi)
who are alllicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above, N. B. No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
A pure strengthening tonic, free from
whiskey and alcohol, cures dyspepsia, and
similar diseases. It has never been euualed.
Brown's Iron Bitters.
Dit. K unit's Oukat Neuve Restorer is
the m irvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Bond to 031 Arch
stteet, Phlladolpla, Pa.
Alton's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generate?!) organs, ft. . A for fl. All
druggists. Bend for circular to Allen's
rharmacy, 815 First Avo., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros
Malaria is an almost in
describable malady which
not even the most talented
physicians are able to fath
om. Its cause is most fre
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vPKt lAL ASSESSMENT KOT1C,-:. H FECIAL
WAKKANT NO. M.
Public notice ls hereby jrlveii that the county
court ot Alexander county baa rendered Judgment
for a special assessment upon propertv benefitted
by the following Improvement, vu: Graveling and
paving atr-ete to-wlt : bUth street from Ohio
levee to Coup; erclal avenue. Commercial avenne,
from Sixth to KUhth streets. Klirhth street, from
Commercial avenue to Wash net avenue, aa
will more fully appear Irom the tertlfled cop of
the Judirm nt on tile In the office of the clerk of
the city of Cairo; that a warrant lor the collection
of such assessments is in the bauds of tie under
ilgid. All persons interested are hereby notified
to call and pay the amount assessed, at tbe collec
tor's ollleo at the Alexander County Bank wlbin
thlrtv days from the da e hereof. Dated this and
day of Sept. A. I), lnw. THOMAS J. KEKTH.
FECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
' , WAKHANT NO. hi.
I'ublk notice Is herehr i-l von tbat lh ranntv
court of Alexander count h a rendered judgment
iwr a ri.ctiai asseaeuieni upon proportv ntinenttna
bv the fullufflnp Improvement, via: Construction
4c. of sidewalks in front of lots No. I,28to40
ItIC llslve. In block 4li eltv. Lots No :U m 7 In.
cliisiveinblock7jclty. lots No. iStoM Inclusive,
In block JHclty. Lot IS. block 2 and lot 1. hinrk s
city. Lots 1 to 8 Inclusive, hlork M city. Lots 8,
10 to 21 Inclusive, In block .13 First addition. Lota
8 to Uincluslve In block 34 Klrst addition, as will
more lully apnear from the certified copy of the
Judgment on Die in the olHce of tbe clerk oi the city
of Cairo; that a warrant for the collection of such
assessments la In tin band of t he undersigned.
All persons Interest Rre Berebv notified to call and
pay the amounts ansessed, at the collector's offlce
ai the Alexander County Hank within thirty day
from the date hereof. Dated this 2nd day of Sept.
A. 1). 18SJ. THOMAS J. KKltill, Collector.
OPKCIAL ASSESSMENT 'OTIOE. SPECIAL
0 WARKANT NO. M.
Public notice Is hereby given that the county .
court of Alexander county baa rends ed Judgment
for a special aaae-mtunt upon propertv benefitted
bv the followluu Improvement, viz: Construction
of sidewalks Ac. In front of lota 9, 10, 11, 14 to 19
Inclusivo.hlock VI. Lots 1, 'IK 21. 27, ), 3'), 34, and
SI, In blocks. Lots 1 to 81ucluiye, In block W.
Lots S and 7, block 2 Lots 21 to .' inclusive, In
blo,;k SS. Lots i'l to 2S ncluslve, block 29. Lota
25 to 82 Inclusive, in b ock 7 . Lots 1,2(1 to an In
clusive, In blocks" Fleet addition. Lots 1 to 8 In
clusive, In block 4o' city, l.ota 4, o, 7, 8. 9, 10, 15, to
21 inclusive, in block 111 Klrst addition. Lota 4,
7, aud 8 iS to -3 inclusive, in block IH Klrst addi
tion. Lots 1 to 11 me uslvo and 1J to 1)1 Inclusive,
In block 27 Kirs: addition. Lois 1 and 8, block 17
First addition. Lots I, as to ;t Inclusive, block 24
cltv. Lots 7 and it, bloc . Lots 10 to Hi Inclu
sive, la block ,V city, aa wll more fully appear from
tho certified ropy of the Judgment on file in the
office of tha clerk of Hie cltv of Cairo; that a war
rant for the colloetloi of vucb asses merits la In
tho hands of tho undersigned. All p,-raou Inter
ested aro hereby uotitl il to call and pay the
amounts assessed, at til collector's otllc at tho
Aluxander Couuty Hank wltbm tbltly daa fom
the date hereof lined Ibis 2nd dav of Kept. A. L).
lrs'i. THOM AS J. KEKTH, Collector.
STKCIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
WA Kit A NT NO. 53.
PnbHc notice Is hereby given that the county
coiirtol'alexandercoiinty has rendered Judgment
for a special assessment upon property benefitted
by the following Imnrovetuent, viz: Construction
Ac. ofsldievalks Infronl of lota No. 1 to8 Inclusive,
In blockT? Kirst addition. Lots No. 1 to 8 Inclu
sive, In 'dock Ttt First adtlltlou. Lute No, 1 le 8
lucluslvc.ln block 7 Fourth addition. Lota Nn.l
to 8 Inclusive, in block a Fourth addition. Lota
No.l toSlnclust.o, Iu block!! Fourth idlitiou.
Lot I, block 10 Fourth addition. All lots fronting
Washington avenue, In block II Fourth addition.
LotsH, Hand 1. btoi'kbi Kirst addition. Lola t,
1 and 17, block W2 First addition, as will mora
full appear from the certified copy ol thejudgment
on file In the o lice of the clerk of the c ty ol Cairo;
that a warrant for the collevtlou ef s ich assess
ments la In the bands uf the nmlerslgued. All
persons interested are hereby notified to call and
pav the amounts asesasd. at the collector's office
at the Alexander Couuty Hank within thirty days
from the date hernof Dated this 2nd day of Ment.
A.D. 181. THOMAS i KKKTU. Collector.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
O WAUUANT NO.W.
Tiibllc notice ta hewn given that the county
coortof Mexandor county has rendered Judg nant
for a apodal assessmeuflpou p-operty benefitted
by the following, linpto etnsut, via: Construction
tc. or sidewalks la front or lota No. 1.2, 5 to 17
Inclusive, In block It) city aud lot la, block S3 city,
aa will noru fully appear frum the certified copy of
the jttdiiiniiut mi fl tu the utile of the clerk of the
city uf Cairo; that a warrant for the collection of
u. h assessments Is Iu the bauds of tha tinder
ilgned. All persona IntHM-led are bare by notified
to call and pay tne aiu-iunla asseaaad, at the col
lector's olllce at tha Aloxaiwter Count Hank with.
In thirty days from tha date hereof. DUedtflli
2nd day of Sept. A. T), 1881.
THOMAS J. KKRTH, Collector.