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DAILY CAIRO B ULLETIM.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1882
Treasurer T. J, Kurtb.
Clerk Ptntila. J, Foley.
Counselor Win. H. Gilbert.
Ytantiial-L. 11. Meyers,
ittornisy William Ueudrtck.
BOARD Or 1UJIKMK.
Klrwt Ward-Wni.McHale.T. M. Klmbrongh.
Second Ward-Jurae Uinkle, C. N. Uughea,
Third Ward-U. F, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Cbarlea O. Fitter, Adolpb Bwo-
Fifth Ward-T. W. IlaUidav, Ernest B. Pottlt.
Circuit Judge D. J. linker.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvin.
County Judge K. H Yocum.
County Clerk S.J, Hurain.
County Attorney J. M. Datnron.
County Treasurer Miles W, Parker.
Shvilif John Hodges.
Coroner K. Pluijerala
County CoramUitonnriiT. W. Halllday, J. A.
Olblta and l'cler Saup.
fK HO i
:SAITHr. Corner Tenth and Poplar
J streets; preaching first and
third Sunday, la
eacs muntij, ii 4 iu mi ,;30 m ; prayer meet
Inf. Tunr lay, 7 :'!. ui ; liunday achool, 9:30 am
uuv. a. .i. u a is, raator. .
iHl'RCH Of Ttlit HUDKBMKK (Kjdeoopah
W Fourteenth elreot; Sunday 7:00 a m., lloty
En. h.rmt ; lea) a. ru , Sunday abool ; M. 00 a.m.,
Mi.rt.ln,; prayer.; H:iw p. ra., Evening Prayer. P.
P. o,v .upon, . T. 1). Hector.
I. .i..vj MISSION AHV BAPTIST CHUKCH.-
I'r-rt' lili.t' at 10.30 a. n.., 3 p. ., and T: p. m.
b i n I. school at 7: p. to ttev. T. J. Shorei,
l i iM.liA.'i-Thirttwnth tn:et; ir.rviui 8ab
1.. l.nli l :yi a. in.; Sunday school 2 p. m. Rer.
MBTIRiItTC'or. Klghtp and Waluut atreeta,
Prcachine Sabbath ll:U)a m. aud7:10 p. m.
eomiay rvbo.il ai 3:'K) p. m. Key. J. A. hcarrelt,
KII!VTKHIAN -KUhth atrf. preaching on
1 Mttihath at 11 :t a. m. and 7:0p. m.; prayer
Mttihuth at M mO a. m. and 7:S0p
me i'.i i; Wfioneaoay at i.vv.m
; Sunday Schiol
tt a p
H. V. Oeore, paator.
S I . .luMKril S-iKoman Catholic) Corner Cron
and Walnut atreeta; Kntcea Sabbath 10:)a.
n. ; Sunday School at i p. m. ; Venpert 1pm.; ter
nc't wvry'day at 8 a. m. Itov. O' llara, Prleat.
(T I'ATKICK'H-Koman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O a'rret and Wahlnirton avenue; aervlcea Hab
na'b 0 and 10 a. m.; Veapere 1 p. m. ; Sunday School
tl.m. arvlcea evury day at e a m. Key. Maatenton
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
TT. ItSMHriKT. THAK H)UVg.
Mail S:0i a.m I tMatl .4:05 a.m
tArcoin dation.il :1 a.m I Kxuren 11:10 a.m
tCiprera :):M p. in I ,Accomdatloa..4:li p m
MISS CENTRAL R. K.
tM.il 4:35 a m t.Mall .. 5:00p.m
tiprea 10:15a m J tEipreaa 11:3J a m
ST.L.4C. K. K. (Narrow Oauge )
EiproK lurAa.m Kxpraa 4:15 p. m
Accom'dat1on. 1 :J p.m I Accoa'datoln U:05 p.tn
ST. L , I.M.4 8.K. R.
Etpre ll:)p.m I tEipreaa 2:50 p m
(Accom nation. cSOp.m I tAccom'datlon 11:45 a.m
WABASH, ST. LOUIS 4 PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Mill A Ki .... 4:45 vm 'Mall 4 Ex.... 9Mp.m
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE onio a. u;
..8:50 p. m.
LOUIS & CAIRO R. K.
TRAINS RL'N AS FOLLOWS
Expre.i and Mall leatea Cairo. every day
Sunday, at 10: a m. Arr t-. ....
rr..mmo(iation arrivea ai 1 - v
D.rta at 1 "JO p. m
Walnut St , noar lth.
srMMERTERM, from July 5, 12 weeks
L.,tr Trnr from Oct. 2. 12 weeks
I A IjU aMJ
TUITION FOR TERM
Common School. Academic and Commercial
jtKNHY FL.O YD, Teacher.
Q.E0R0E H. LEACH, M. I.
Phvfioian and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to the l'Vwomen
mwit or aurKlc.il dliMaaei, and diaeaaca of women
'offl onUlh .lr-et.t.ppo.11- the Po.tOlllc..
TAR. W. C. JOCFLYN,
UlfKIC'E Kighth Btreet. near Corni err.lai AvemiM
JR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi-No. W Commercial
Kghth and Ninth Btreeu
AFTER TUE FLOOD TUB
KIRK, BUT THE FLAG
MORTON. taMop0nURltintn Davl. building on Blxtb
.1 i with a full Btock of
NewFurnituro of all kind
and li proparod lo do
VV I lOLATKlUNO md llopatring
ljKKLKr?-uk chance In
the nncat book eaaa In th. city. fceh05 bfex1
room ant, or flue aldo board. A'tWea now on ex
hlbltlon at his aalea 'o''. l.Ulb. ruinid
at tlckew are dlapnaud of. or monoy win D returnea
OlVB HIM A OA""
H ALLIDAY BROTHERS
FLOUfl GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cawb Price Paid for Wheat.
The Cairo & Mound City
A. B. S AFFORD Sjj
W. Ii. MOORE, Master
From 'tptembor 5th
Blake tripe an fol.owa:
until furtow aotloe will
11 00 a. m. and 4:30
Leaves Mound Citv at 8:30 a. m., 1 :3C d
6:3't p m.
Can b endued for eicoralont any evening after
Tz-VTTXT lititi n ,n
J VI11I OrttUA l ,
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'B PATENT
tCF P Y THE CAR LOAD OR T0N,WELI
?,'KED FOR 8HIPPIN0
Oar Loads u Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
nf('iii t 1 1 1 -1
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking business
THOS. W. IIAL.L.IUAV.
pNTERI'RISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK
QA1RO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE fcsEkl STATES
On and after Mondav, July H, and nntll further
no lc' the ferryboat fhree Statea wl 1 ran near
aa poaaibieon tao iouowius wu.
Foot Fourth at.
8:30 a. m.
MliiourtLand'g. Kentucky Ld g
2:30 p. ra.
7:30 a. ra.
8:00 f. in.
0:10 p. m.
i:00 p. m.
Foot Fourth (t.
4:00 p. in.
On lai t trl p leavl ng Kon tuokv 1 andln g at 4 :30 o'clock
p m the oat IviTl go to Hlrd. Point m.k lug con.
noctton with T. & St. L. I''W'wu rnnnet
Flrattrlp at:30 a. m. leavlngOalro. Will connect
with T. 4 St. L. train leaving Cairo.
regular cairo and
" wily packet.
HENRV K. TAYLOB Mmter
nvn nnr Clerk
Padnr.ah for Cairo daily (8undayiecept.
ad) at 8 a.m. and Mound C Ity o ; iwwni'
Ins. Leaves Cairo at 4 D m. Monnd. Oltr .6p. In
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
COKKECTBb DAILY 1)Y CIUS.
9:30 P. M
September ft, 18b!.
f 11 15
12:30 P. M.
t 20 25
21 72 .
1:0) J', M,
RI VER NEWS.
w. r Lambdim, river editor of i'as Bl-lltih
ana eu-amboit paieaer attnt. Ordera for all
klndaof ateamlioat Job printing aoliclted. Office
at Planters Hotel, No. 54 Ohio levee.
STAG E8 OF TUB RIVER.
The river marked by thoL'aue laat even-
in at 4 o'clock at this port 14 feet
2 inches and risinrr.
CincinflHti, Sept. 5-0 p. m. River 15
teet 3 inches and Calling.
Imisville, Sept. 5-0 p. m. Riv.;r 8
feet 00 iuuiiea and rising.
Nashville, Sept. 5-0 p.m. River 6 feet
0 inches and falling.
8t. LoUiS) Sept. 5-6 p. m. River 10 feet
4 inches and fullins.
The City of Alton from New Orleans
arrived early yesterday morning with a
good trip. She added considerable freight
nere ann departed for the lower Mississippi
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this eve
ning for Cairo, Puducah and Shawneetown.
and is duo here to morrow evening.
The new packet being built for the Cairo
Hickman and New Madrid trade will be
completed by the 1st of October, so writes
Captain Turner who is at Jeffersonvillc.
From all accounts she will be a daisy.
TheSte. Genevieve for Memphis passed
down last evening with a good trip.
The Paris C. Brown from New Orleans
is due here to-morrow for Cincinnati.
The Jas. W. Gaff left Memphis last eve
ning and will report here to-mormm
Cincinnati. , . -J )'raay
, vnunusual amount of way busi-
. . . I -4 O V. ..1
ness. sne is aue tnis evcuiusj ai h
and loaves on ber return for Paducah at
:30 p. m.
Capt Wm. Hambleton and Captain Davis
of Mound City were in 1 le city yeBterday
The Fannie Tatum has paid out .of her
tribulations, and Leaves St. Louis bittur-
day to go on the ways at Mound City where
she will receives thorough overhauling.
The Pittsburgh which was recently pur
chased by Diamond Joe for $25,000, will
report hero this morning ou her way to St.
The elegant Andy Baum, the large boat
of the Cincinnati and Memphis packet line,
is due here to day for Memphis. W. F.
Lambdin, passenger agent, will furnish
tickeie at low rates.
Capt. W. P. Wright, freight agent of tho
nil rv T.ine. hx returned from his visit to
Dixon Springs. Ho looks much improved
and is now prepared for business.
The Cons Millar from Memphis arrived
l,nro laat ovnninir Ht 5 O clock. bllO Iiad a
light trip and left for Ciuciunati at 5:20
Capt, Kennison, an old time steamboat
man died at Cincinnati Sunday the 3d inst.,
after a soort illness. He left quite a hand
some fortune to his wife.
Th Citv of Providence loaves St. Louis
this evening for Vicksburg.
Tho Commonwealth laid over at Mem
phis for repairs aud was det'iined ou that
account. Sho named un last night for St.
YiHterdftv was a verv pleasant day but
Tho A. B. Snffoni is still making regular
trips from Cairo to Mound City, and doing
a good husiucM.
The Anuio P. Silver arrived from Now
Orleans vesterdav uvouinsr at 0 o clock,
Sim had a liirht trio uud donarted for St.
Louis nt 0 :30.
A Couirli. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. iNeglect froquuntl re-
anlta m an Incurab o IiUiitr disease or on-
sumption, isrown uroi.c, uat in.c.n e
i t it. ill m,..i. ah (
not disorder the stoniacn HKecougiisyr...B
and balsams, but act directly on tho iullam-
ml iini-tu nllkvitirr irritation
irive relict in
Asthma. Brouclntls, Uotigiis, i;atarrn, am
tho Throt Troubles which Singers ami
Fublic Speakers uro subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have boon
recommended by physicians, and always
give , perfect satisfaction. Having boon
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an cntlro generation, they havo attained
woll-moritod rank among the few staple
remedies of the ago, Bold at 35 cents a
THANK THE FLOWERS,
Ll a llirfB ninivmon wli.m
bamniet had just been hold, ono of tl
oiewarns, a man of middle nge, lingered
ruing soiuotlimg in a pocket-book
j no only thing on tho dismantled
table that was left unspoilt to the eve
"limine wonderful vases of splendid
tropical blossoms that were sending out
sweet breathing scents upon the sinoko
jihu u air.
A wan-faced waiter in a greasy dress,
suit stood watching the gentleman im
patiently. Organically sensitive to a degree, Dr.
olt lifted bin large grey cjim to the
man s face and asked haughtily:
"Am I in your way, my good' fellow?"
"-No, sir, certainly not, sir," said the
waiter sheepishly, wiping his hands on
the napkin at his side; "only "
, "Ah, I understand. I'm not exactly
in tho way, yet you wish me awav.
fcow why istlmtr J
Well, if von fillet k
iienu tvmier win ue here preset) tlv and
nn, in iu?u ijjv i.nar ee oi i hisi, nivi
What do von want the tlnwi.ra f,,rP"
asked tho gentleman, sunirised tl.m' tin.
coveted article wa.s not a ganie-piecloso
'V ell, vou see, sir. in our house there
is a poor foreign lady who is dy inland
Rhe is mortal fond of (lowers, p.utieu.
larly great Haunting flashing ones like
them there; nhe says they remind her of
the "sunuy south."
' The gentleman winced, and thn wait.
.My missus made
uiiii come nonie: my missus L a soft
hearted one, and has lak,.n .i fun,.,, t,.
M.wln,,,.. I,.ll:..: "
Dr. Holt started
still more, then said
a i A Pi I
a sou neari is better ihnn
neaii. l ou slial liave t hp l ownr. "
1 -T . ... V - BUI,
He took a doiih c-hatulfnlnf ti.a
blossoms, and picking u hi3 t:ir,j frou)
beside his plate, bound them im ti.rhi.
then said: iiv.
'Take them and thnt iollv n,n,L,
and this half-bottle of wine, and' if they
are missed, refer jour employers to
Then he went out and form.t nil knf
the transac;ion over a rubber of whist.
At the top of a house in the (lreari,.t
part of the- big citv the waiter in ohp.
tion stood beside a good-natured comely-looking
woman al tho foot of a low
white bed, where a lovely but hagfard
looking woman lav. siinnnrio.1 ..:i
lows; her great dai k eyes were 'unnat
urally brirht. ber lins n v!,-i,l r.i t,.
cheeks rrmson as the cool fresh flower
6bo laid against them lovingly.
"It was rery kind of vou! Mertnn. t
think of ire. The flowers make ni tw.1
happy, tlsy crow in mv own sweet
linmo a"u.oVs in its warm oosuui. "stv1
haps when I m .loo.t tu. -a... ai
talk to me and know I love them."
A tiresome hacking couzh interrupt
ed her low soft speech, that had a slight
ly foreign accent. Fidgeting with the
rlowers. she noticed that the stems were
too tightly compressed, and tried to un
wind the string with her nervous ringers.
Cut it, Morton; see bow cruelly it
must bruise tho stems. hy did you
tie them so tisrhtly?"
"I did not tie them, mauamo; the gen
tleman who gave me leave to take them
"He must have been a kind man.
Merton." . , . ,
1 think he is, madamo; ho has a Kimi,
face. This is bis name, I fancy.
Madame held out lier hand lor Uie
card, and read:
"Dr. Felix Holt."
She cave a cry of surprise, and
dropped the card as though it had stung
her. . .
"You are in pain madame; can I do
.nrthincr for vou P" asked Mis. Merton.
No. thanks. 1 is an oiu imiu. i
think I can sleep now."
Then she prcssed'lhe card to ner nps,
and placed it in her bosom; saying to
"Heaven iu its innnite mercv uirecteu
this kindness from his hands, and fell
asleep with a smile of divine gratitude
on her sweet face.
The doctor gives no hope lor me.
Merton, and now I know I must die 1
have a favor to ask of you. l ako uiai
card and that faded passion-flower, and
eek the centleman who guve, inein in
you; tell hnu Mignon isdvmgaiKi wish
ps to sav lareweu to nun.
Merton nodded and left her, too
moved to sneak.
The sick woman lay back amid the
pillows, her lips moved as though sho
It was a bright breezy morning and
tho trenerous sun sent its cheering rays
iron the nick-mom; a golden canary
that hun ir in a cage bvthu attic window
hopped and chirped, then burst into
nlnur full aontr so clad was he of the
" n o
Madame opened her eyes and amiled
"Does thn bird disturb vou. dearie?'
bhWpiI Mrs. Merlon. "Shall I take it
"Xo. no: mv bird has long been my
one solace. Poor pet, it is inviting mo
to loin its nudoilv. but I shall never sing
Bgain on earth; my soul is saving up lis
songs lor raratiisu.
The sun sank down reluctantly, snow
ing his glory of gold ami crimson long
nfter his bonny face was hidden behind
n bunk of clouds. Madame was look'
Ino- brighter for a lonir sleep, ami was
listeniilg for the footsteps that had once
ull,.,Won"i R8 lhev neared her
K. . h'A llinm iin,
Now sho heard them limrer on ino
lauding; she clasped her hamls above
her heart, and said in a clear high tone:
Itwasliko the yearning cry of one
who feared to osfl a Icilltfetl-Mr, UUl Ri
nnwt ilnminii-iiil of. hlessluir.
The door wits pushed tutck MiucKiy,
and Dr. Holt entered and crosseu o tne
bed quickly, sinking down on his knees
beside it, and siletilly hiding his moo on
her feeble rluttering hands.
m. T.V. i.. u...i,.1t vou fore-ive
"'linriincr l uriHw vou wwin v - .a - -
me all the silence of these bitter blasted
The man's broad shoulders heaved,
and the little waxen hands beneath his
face were wet with tears comin- from a
bursting heart. Still that wooing voice
went on unanswered:
"Felix. I wanted yon to know that
though I, like the wicked wayward
thing I was, tired of your still' English
ways and the dull routine you called
duty, I did not tire of you. )h, niy
love, my love, how I have longed for
you, but I knew how stern you could
be, and I feared that Ice-cold woman,
your mother, would not let you take me
back. I was mad with tho monotony
of my life, dear; I who had been brouh't
up from my babyhood in bright Boh.
nuan gaiety, ho I ran back to mv o a
profession, and sang my heart sick ou
fiio It'ilian st.v'o. Yet not even tht
ice-woniMti you call mother could hai
lived a purer life tlmn I Ti...n
be.iut.liil b die was born. Oh, husband,
you start, you tremble; there is some
companion left in vou f,.r m.r iihi
child who blooms nmid tl.n t,lc... a
my snntnorn home, rrunrdmt
poor old mother. Afr.T mv rh,'r.an,i
my voice failed, and 1 gn-Cy sickly, so I
slaked my all in one vent urn" nn.f ,.om
to England to try and win your fonrivo-
... r iu, uio ciiiui s sane, i dared not
bring her with me, for I might have
died, and left her among strangers."
Here the wooing voice grew faint, and
Dr. Holt raised her in his arms, and
presseu some wine between the pallid
lips. Shu looked gratefully into his
face with such fond entreutin" eyes,
thnt he closed them with kisss, saviV:
"Hush! no more now, poor foolish lit
tle wife. Best and wait."
I hen followed n reconciliation the
sweeter for their long parting.
A month passed, "and summer" was
softly wghing into autumn. Dr. Holt
was alone with his good but severe
"Felix, my son," said the old lady,
smoothing hnr silvery hair a little ner
vously h.'iieath her rpiakercnp, "surely
some great good fortune has come to
vou. What hits the old mother done
that she is not allowed to rejoice in tho
happiness of her only child?"
The cool tirm times were broken by
emotion, and the keen old eyes were
misty with unshed tears. Her son sat
down beside her, and in eloquent w ords
revealed to her all the misery he had
Biiflered, all the weariness of lit.. thr
seemed so unenioyahle without ti,,.t
brighter half of himself f ltflt hit Yin A oi-
owed to drift away. Then came tho
history of his wife's suffering and near
ness to death; and last, but most mov
ing of all, his joy at his child's birth,
ami his longing to see her face.
My Hie has seemed so empty, mother.
so dreary and undnsirMol M rwwtr if In
full of hopo and jov and Gratitude, r
mistakes ana misery r '
"Not yet, my son, for I feel I helped
to make the troublo, but when my bov
has made a separate home, then I will
come and live near, but not with you
till your darling can come to our colder
but truer home. Mau and wife should
live in a home unshared by any but
their own flesh, their children. I have
been unjust through my jealous love,
lad, but it shall never bring aught but
blessir'.'s to vou again."
Three year later, a happy family
group arrived at their bonny English
home, and the quaker grandmother
leads by the hand a gaily-attired little
ladv, who with the wanton waste or.
childhood, throws aside a little bunco,
of flowers. The old lady bends her dig-
nilied body to pick them up, and says
with fond severity:
Neverdespiseabunch of flowers, pet;
for a bunch of flowers brought peace to
two aching hearts, that both my little,
maid and her cross old granny love
A lovely little lady left her husband a
arm, and tip-ioeti to kiss me goou oiu
Felix Holt s heart sings ai me gra
cious sight, and he smiles approval on
her and says gravely:
"Thank you, who.
"No," she says softly, rearranging
the little nosegay, "thank tho flowers.'
Anything will answer the purpose of
nn eti etive. whatever thut mysterious
purpose may be, nut tne re is a ciass oi
sounds that seems to answer tho hidden
need --"to go to the right spot" -better
i . - , .
than others; words beginning with a g
Boft appear to have a peculiarly satisfy
ing etloct. The rcruarnauie compound
r i , i ......I
'gee-wliicKoiy was prooauiy mvt-uwu
to secure tho sound of that tavored let
ter; also the adjurations for "Jerusha:
so fre(ucntly heard. 'Sje-rusalem! is
a popular favorite, possiniy navmgsoino
faintly sacred association; but none such
can appertain to the ejaculation of "Job
Jackson, wnicn is useo wun uiiuiuuv-
ly satisfying ellect, though having no
association with any citizen of that
Where other sounds are preterred,
there is generally some jneaiiing, or
shadow of meaning, attached to them.
The mysterious ejaculation of "good
Tammany" is probably u niodilicaiion
of words 'more distinctly traceable in
tho negro "goniinity;" "tUuisho-
liock)ii,M a geographical expletive
which might have been chosen simply
(or its sonorous ijiialities, was probably
derived from the more ordinary "my
conscience," "Lawsamassy" needs no
interpretation; and prim lit t lo "dear
me" lurns out to be onlv the Italian
"Bio niio" in disguise. -'J'hc .Imcmvot.
The finding of such great quantities
oi.i..t.,riit relies" tuioii tho l i'euch
ami Indian battle-grounds of Pennsyl
vania has led to nn investigation,
ti. a, In,,! ion til ik discovery tlmt a
j, r factory has bceu
inn iim n it. ii - v
y , r alulDt by the keg to those
fj n g wnlstor y k
- uttM-ward resurrected for
doloctatlou-aud tho money-ol
. . iia.
WW m ""T
Malaria is an almost in
describable malady which
not even the most talented
physicians are able to fath
om. Its cause is most fre
quently ascribed to local
surroundings, and there is
very little question, but this
opinion is substantiated by
facts. Malaria does not nec
essarily mean chills and
fever while these troubles
usually accompany it It
often affects the sufferer with
general lassitude, accom
panied by loss of appetite,
sleeplessness, a tired feeling
and a high fever, the per
son afflicted growing weak
er and weaker, loses flesh
day after day, until he be
cumes a mere skeleton, a
shadow of his former self.
Malaria once having laid Ita
hold upon the human frame, the
door of the syatem it thrown opa
lo nervoua diseaiei. The body
weak and enabled aUorba no
nourishment, but aubtlning upon
Itaelf, the digeatlve organa no
long-r perform their function:
theliver boenmes toroid. and other
organa failing to do their routine
worK.speedily become disordered,
and absolution and death are apt
In addition to being a certain cure
for malaria and chills and fever,
Brown's Iros Bitters is highly
recommended for all diseases reqiiir
mg a certain and efficient tonic; es
peciallyindigestion, dyspepsia, inter
mittent fevers, want of appetite, loss
of strength, lack of energy, etc.
Enriches the blood, strengthens the
muscles, and gives new life to the
nerves, Acts like a charm on the
digestive organs. It is for sale by
all respectable dealers in medicines,
price, ft per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Tako no other.
VPEUAL ASSESSMENT NOTIO :.
...i nm rti.n ftt.iiuiu. commurriKi
romS'xthto EliUitn Mree'. r.iunio airuei, i utu
C'ommi-reial avvmiu to WaaU uiH n avenue, aa
will more fullv Hpp,.rlri)m thn certified copx of
the Indam nt on nie in tue omce oi vn ciera ui
Iheolty of Cairo; tui't wnrrant lor me cuuecuuu
officii aaaeesmeiitH la In the hand .f tne under-
signed. All pernotiA htri-sied are nereny nmuiua
tu call au ' pav tho amount ati-aud, a' tne collec
tor's ottVe at the Aloxiuider County Bank "t,a'5
thirty dava from the du e hereof. Dated thla 2nd
day ole,t. A. D. JsH. T1'MAS J. JvEH 1 n.
OPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
O WARWAN I' Nil hi.
Public notice la hertibr klveu tlist tne couuiy
court of Alexander cou .t h s enderert Judgment
fur a apocml aeaeaament upon property benefitted
bv the follofflui' Improvement, viz: ConBtrnctlon
Ac. of aidewulka In front of lota No. 1.8Hlo40
Inc n-ive, lu block IS city. Lois N. 3:1 to 37 In
clnKivelnhlock7jcity. Lota No. ilStoM luclualve.
In block lty. Lot IS, block -i and 1 it 1, blocks
cliy. Lute 1 to 8 lnclnaive, hiork 51 citv. Lota 8,
HI tO 11 WClUHlve, in mora .l.l r irai nuuiuou. nun
S to l.iincluaivetn block 34 Klrat addlllon. aa will
mrA lulu iiinipnr frnm tbu certllled Couv of the
Judgment on Hie in the office of the clerk ol the city
of Cairo; that a warrant fur the collection of auch
atiaeaamentela In thu hand- or tne uuneraiiinro.
All person" Internet are nerebv notified to call and
f.L . ..I . I... A..I lU..t.lV.fl l.lNl'rt
pay in aiiniumw i"B,.BBrii, f. i vwi tw. ... -
at the Alexander Couuiy Bank within ihlrty diya
from the date hereof. Hated I hi" Vnci day oi oepi.
A . D. lbtti. lHOMAS.I. Ktlt 11. Collector.
O W A Kit A ST NO.
PnKll nnllra la Imrnliv ClVi'll thAttbB COUUTV
court of Alexander county haa rende.ed Judgment
lor a peclul aeaement upuu properlv benelllted
bv the followln Iniurovomenl, viz: Conatmctlon
of aldewalka Ac. In trout of lota 0. 10, 11,11 to ltt
Inclusive, block U. Lot 1, :M, 21, 37, 3". 31. and
Iu block Lots 1 to 8 liichiHive, In hlock W.
Lors6aiid7, block ttl Lot vjl to iW Inclusive, In
blorkiM. Lots 2-1 to -."S ncluslvti, mock 2tt. IOta
'if, to aalucluslve. In h.ock 7 . Loti 1, 2S to 40 In
clusive, in block 27 First addition. Lois 1 lo 8 In
clusive. In block W city. Lola 4, tl, 7, 8, , in, 15, to
1 inclusive, in block 19 First addition. Lota 4,
-,,and8 i8lo 3 mcluslve, In block 18 Flrat addi
tion. Lots 1 to 11 me uslvo and 13 to 21 Inclusive,
In block 27 Firs addition. Lots 1 aud 8. block 17
First addition. Lots I, 25 to 32 Inclusive, block.!
citv. Lota 7 and 0. bloc H. Lota 10 to Si Inclu
sive, l Mock 55 city, as wll more fully appear froin
the certified copv of the Judgment on file In the
office or the clerk nl me envoi cairo; tuai
raut for ihe colleclioi, of sneh asses meiita la In
tbobaiideoftheundorsii;ned. All ' raou Inter
ested are herebv u.itlll d to call and pay tlie
amontita assossed. nt th collet tor's olllcn at the
Alexander CO'intv Hank within , thirty ttn f.-i'in
tho dale hereof Pind thla 2nd day of Sep'. A. J).
1HS2 THOMAS J. KEltfll, Collector.
UPECIAL AHSESSMKNT NOTICE. SPECIAL
W WAKKANT NO. 53.
Public, notice le hereby ijlvon tual tne rouniy
court of alextiudercotiu'y ha rendered UKiumeiii
for a atieclal ai.sessuieiit upon properiv iiuii. ni.
bv the followTnil Imnroveiuetit. vlr.: Construction
JCC. OI atllU'VniK" III irvillivil KJ.n ..... . ......... .-,
In block 77 First addlilou. Lots No. 1 to 8 tncln-
slve, Iu block i f irst aiuiinoii. "
luc.lusive.ln block 7 Fourth u-ldlllon ; Lota N. I
.. .ni.tve. In block Fourth addition. . Lola
No 1 to 8 Inclusive, III Mock 11 Fourth addlt'pn.
Lot I, block 10 Fourth additlou. All lots froutlun
VVasliln igton avenne, In block 11 Fourth addlt'ou.
Lola 8, Hand 10. blork 81 First addition. Lota 1,
lrt and 17, block H2 First addition, ai will more
fullv appear from the certllled copy ot the Judgment
on file in theo.lice orthe clerk of the c ty ot Cairo;
that a wart ant tor the collection of atich nsscsa
menta la In thn handsof the underpinned. Al
iiuraocBintoreatudnre hereby notlllei to call anil
pav the amounts ases id, at Ihe collector office
at the Alexander Cmntv (tank within thirty day.
from the date hereof Dated this 2n;' day of Sept.
A 1) 18S9 THOMAS J KKltTU. Colleotor.
UPECIAL ASXKMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
Public notice is herebv ulven that the county
court of Alci.inderc.mnty haa rendered Judg i.nt
for a special as.ossineul upon p tipertv benefltted
by the following lnil.ro euiout. via: tonatruelon
&c. of aldewatka Iu front of .ot; No 1. , 5 to 17
luclusive, In Mock 1U city and lot ltt, block 8.1 city,
aa will more fully appear from the certllled copy of
the ludirmciit im li e in the office of the clerk of the
city of Cairo; that a warrant for the collection ol
.ll.hasseaameMalalnthe handa of the under
planed. All persona luture-ted are hereby notified
to call and pay tne am .mils aas..cd, at the col
lector', office at the Alexund r Conuty Bank w th
in thirty days froia the late hereof. lifted Ihl.
Itaddavof Sept. A. l. 18HI. .. ..
1 TUOMAI J . K.ERTH, Collector.