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HE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIEO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1882.
Mayor N.B. Thistlewood.
Treasurer T. J. Kerth.
Clurk Dentil. J, Foley.
Counselor-- Wm. H. Ollbert.
Marshal L. II, Meyer.
Attorney William ller.drlc.ka.
JKIillO or &1.UII1IIIN-
first Ward Wm, McHale.T. M. Klrnbrougo.
Second Ward-Jesse liiukle, C. N. Hughea.
Third Ward H- F, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Cuarlee O. Pallet, Adoiph Swo-
r'lfi'h Ward-T. W. Halllday, Krneat B. Pettlt.
PI milt Judifu 0. J.Baker.
Circuit Clerk-A. 11. Irvln.
County Jiidco K. S Yocien.
County Clerk S.J. Jlunim.
County Attorney J. M, Ilamron.
County TreaaururMiloe W. Parker,
ritmrirr John lludgua.
Coroner K. Fltagerairt
County Commlsiiionera-T. W, Halllday, J. A.
Ullibs uud Peter Saup.
CvWItO II VI'Tlsr. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
) streets; preaching llr-t and tlilrd Sunday iu
ea, 11 mouUi, II a m. and 7:30 o. in.; prayer meet
ing Tiiurfiiay, 7;) p. m. ; Sunday nchool, :o a m
. Ky. A. .1. II ESS. Paator.
Clinton OF TUB ltKIKKMKIl-(Splicnt,al;
.j Fourteenth ureal; Hunday 7:00 a rn., Holy
Kn hnrlsi; :i a. m , Hunday '-.hool ; 1 1.00 a.m.,
Mort,lU!4 Prayer.; :tp. in., Evening Prayer, r.
p. Ouvuuport, 8. T. B. lienor.
I MUM' MISSIONARY BAPT1BT CHUKCH -J
I'fw nine at lu:3u a. H...8 p. m., and ?:S0 p. m.
.sal, oath ..l,ool at 7.30 p. m He. T. J. Hnorel,
II' i II KUAN -Thirteenth street; eervti Bab
j 1,1th n. ; Sunday achool 2 p. m. Be.
ivn' !'!-, (lantjr
MFTIHdUST Cor. EU'htr- and Walunt atreeta,
Pr.-urhlnir Sabbath ll.nia. m. and 7:30 p.m.
.ui.'U) r:ho.Ji at 4.-'Miu. m. Hv J. A. Scarrett.
1)i(l-UYTKICI AN -Eighth atreet; preaching on
.Mii '.Htli at 111 a. in. and 7:) p. m.; prayer
mc Wednesday at 7 :) p. rn.; Monday Sehnol
at 8 p. m. Kv B. V. Oeorge, paator.
lT JOSEPH K-sKotuan Catholic) Corner Croat
0 ai-il Walnut atrfeta: services Sabbath 10:Oa.
n. Snuiuy Mt hool at i p. m.; Veapere p. m.; ear
ners c. ry day at a. nt. Key. U'Hara, Priest.
ST PATRICK'S Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
atrvrt and Washington avenue; aervleee Sab
oa' u H and 10 a m.; Vesper J p. m.; Btrndey School
1 p. tu. eervtu:e every day at a a- m. Key. Martersor)
II. Il.TIMECAIlD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
Tiiuxit DirauT. TBAwa aniuvi.
Mail S:0Ja.m I 'Wail .4:i6.m
Aecom'dtlon.ll:10a.m Kipresa Jl:t0.m
(Express S:V) p.m I Accoindatio,..4:U p.m
MISS CENTRAL R. It.
rMall 4:5Sa.m I Mall .. S:p.m
Exprec 10:1 Sa m tBiprcf U:30.m
8T. L. 4 C K. R. (Narrow Gauge.)
Ez;r- 10;ia.m I Expryne 4:Mp.nt
Aci.om'datlon. I :) p ro I Accom'datoln 12:05 p.m
8T.L . I.M. . R- R. ,A
Expr ll:ip.m I tKxpre...... S'.W 9 m
rAccom oauon. ;;iop m I tAccom dation.ll:45 .m
WAIIASU. 8T. LOVIS PACIFIC HY CO.
Mll & Ki .... 4:4').m 'Mail Tlx.... 8:9) P-tn
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO H. R;
Mail : n. I Mail :V)p. m.
KxpruM n:0i a.m. Kxprt' .....s:Wp. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUS AS FOLLOWS.
Expreat and Mali leave Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at lo:i5 a. m. Arnv.a 4:M p. m.
Accommodation arrlvi-a at 12:05 p. tu. and de
irt at I p- ru.
Walnut St., near 12th.
SUMMEHTKRM, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TER1T, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TUITION FOR TERM
' I'EK MONTH
Common School, Acudomlc and Commercial
1 1 N It V 1 " LOVD, Tenoher.
EOKOE II. LKACII, M. D.
IMiVHician mul Suryroou.
Special attention paid to the Homnopathlc treat
mi'tit of mimical dlnuacea, and dmeanei of woman
oillce! On Mill etrcut, opponllo thoPoitOmce,
JQlt. W. C. JOCELYN,
OKFK'K -Elirhth Street,, near Commercial A ann
U. X. W. WHITL0CK,
Orrui No. IDA Coramorcl&l Avunaa, botwoeu
BKOlhanil Ninth Htrueta
AFTER THE FLOOD TI1E
Flltll, DUX T1I11 FLAG
CHAULKS T II ROCK
lino)otiiMl nnlnln tlio Davie building on Sixth
trout, with h full "lock of
NowFurnituro of all kinds
ami li prepared to no
IT V I tOliHTFi It I NO and 1 topit Iring
at renKonalilit rule.
RAFFLEi tako chance) tn
tho flnont book cao In lbn city, or a handaome bed
room net, or line ulilo board, Article, jovy on ex
hibition t bin naluii room". Will be. rniod m ioon
a tkkoto are dlp"a:idof, or money will be returned
OIVE UIM A CALL
While other Baking Powdere art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
ha been kept unchanged in all lit original
purity and strength. The best e vidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the tact of
its living received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, fro
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true test the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACIO BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, IU., and Bt. Louis, Mo.,
uafMUrar f L.p.lU T.ut Dr. FVIiw't ftpMlal
'I.T.rl.f Htr.ru, m4 lir. PrlM'. CMu tvftmm.
he Cairo & Mound City
: PACKET TUO,:
SliA. B. SAFFORDStf
W. II.MOOKE, Master.
From ,eptembr Mh until further notice will
make trip, an follow. :
i.eaTtciroat . :v a. n., u :uo a. m. and 4:30
p. m .
Leavca Mound Cltv at :30 a. m.. 1:M D. m. and
6:So p. m.
Can ba enjeged ror etcureloni any evening alter
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A Geueral Baakiiiff business
TIIOS. v. IIALLIIJVV.
pNTERI'RISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, ! .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. "VV. HALLIDAY,
FERRY HO AT
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -TrTl STATES.
On and after Monday. July 31. and nntll further
notlcMhn ferryboat Three State will run an near
at potalbleon the following time table:
Mivt Liana Liana
Foot Fourth at. Mteeourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
fl::if) a. m.
l:m p, m,
7:00 a. m,
7::io a. m.
Foot Fourth at. Kentucky Ld'g. Mlaaourl Land'g.
4:00 p, m. 4:30 p. m. rt:10 p. m.
On last trip leavlnir Kentucky landing at 4:30 o'clock
p, rn., tho noat will go to Hlrda Point, making con
nection with T. 8t . L. paaonger train for Cairo.
Firm trip at (1:30 a. nt. leaving Cairo, Will connect
with T. & Bt. L. train leaving Cairo.
UK REGULAR CAIRO AND FADUCAH
1JAILY l ACliHT.
HENRY E, TAYLOR Muater
GEO. JOBKS .'. Clerk
Lenvea Paducah for Cairo daily (Sunday except
ed) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at! p m. Return
lug, Loave Cairo at 4 p, m. Hound. City at.fi p. m.
W. F. Lamuuim, river editor of Am HuLi.Tiif
and ateamboit pvaewrer aijont. Order for all
kind of atuaulmat Job pnutlng eollclted. Oiflce
ut Planter lintel, No. M Ohio levue.
STAG EH OF THE IIIVKR.
The river murkml by tliegaujja las even
ing at 4 o'clock at this port 14 feet
5 inches and rising.
Pittsburg, Sept. G-0 p. m River 3 feet
11 inches and fallint,'.
Cincinnati, Sept. 0 -0 p. tn. River U
feet 5 indies and falling. .
Louisville, Sept. 60 p. m. River 8
feetoO inches aod falling.
ATashvillfl, Sept. 6-0 p.m. River 0 fett
6 inches and rising.
St. Louis, Sept. 8 -(i p. m. River 10 feet
4 inches and falling.
The larg'J ainl palatial sidewheel steam
er Guiding Stsr loaves Cincinnati Saturday
9th inst. fur New Orleans. Capt. J I).
Ilegler, her old commander will bring her
The Paris C. Hrcvn passed Vicksburg
Tuesday ut noon. She will not reach here
before to morrow morning.
Capt. Ales. Halliday of the IVis C.
Brown was married in New Orleans lat
week to a rich and handsome widow. lie
left New Orleans via rail with his bride on
an extended bridal tour to the east.
The Golden Crown for New Orleans is
due here to-day from Cincinnati. She has
a spknded trip and will not take much
freight at this port.
The Hudson left St. Louis last evening
and is due here to night lor Paducah and
The Vint Shinkle left Cincinnati for
Memphis last evening. She is due here
The Andy Baum for Memphis arrived
here from Cincinnati yesterday morning at
5 o'clock. She had a good trip and de
parted for the Bluff City at 7 :30 a. m.
The fleet Pittsburg for St. Louis arrived
yesterday morning at 10 :30. She had a big
trip. The boats in the upper Mississippi
had better loot to their laurels for the
Pittsburg is a race horse.
The reliable Gus Fowler is the U. S. mail
packet due here this evening at 2 o'clock
and leaves ou her return trip to Paducah
at 4 :30 p. m. W. F. Lambuin, passenger
The II. T. Dexter will come down Sat
urday in place of the Gus Fowler as she
will lay over at Paducah to put up a new
pair ot chimneys.
Remember the Ja. GafI from Memphis
is due this morning for Cincinnati. Pas
sengers going up the Ohio tan procure
tickets from V F. Luabdin agent.
Tho Great Annual Industral Exposition
at Cincinnati is now open and thousands of
visitors are in attendance. This season it
surpasses any exhibition of the port. Re
member that tho J as YV. Giff will tako pas
sengers at 13.00 for the round trip. This
certainly is cheaper than staying at home.
The Gaff is provided with an elegant band
of music and Captain Bob Wise will leave
nothing undone to make the trip enjoyable
in every particular.
Capt.Thad Davis of Nashville was in the
city yesterday, relative to his boat Silver
thorn, which has been under repairs at Pa
ducah and now looks like a new boat. The
Capt. thinks it quite likely ho will put his
boat in tho Cairo, Hickman and New
Madrid trado. We will know in a short
timo what he will do.
Capt. A. M. Hardy, editor of the Daily
Times, published at Paducah, in his issue
of the 6th inst. handles us very nicely in re
gard to the recent tiro hero and extrava
gantly condoles with us in tho loss of our
wardrobe, which he says was packed in
a collar box. We wero more fortunate
thau tho Capt. was when ho made his first
appearance iu Paducah, as ho walked in
and his entire outfit was a pair of "govern
ment box branded U. S." and a red hat
baud. But tho last time wo we.ro in Padu
cah wo noticed ho had added a 75 cent
Blraw bat to his band.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick diihl Buffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at onco and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; thero is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at onco that it will regulate tho bowels,
and five rest to the mother, and relief and
health to tho child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safo to tme iu all cases, and
pleasant to tho tasto, and is tho prescrip
tion of ouo of tho oldest and best femalo
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottlo.
Rheumatism, disordered blood, general
debility, and many chronic diseases pro
nounced incurable, are often cured by
Brown's Iron Bitters.
The Cinderella of Hesse.
Tho old Princess of llanau, who bM
just died at Prague, in Bohemia, was a
remarkable woman, who mttdo a con
siderable stir in hor earlier life. Sho
was the widow of tho last Ktirurst or
Prince Elector of JIhkso. It wits through
her grasping ambition, and her equally
resolute grasping after wealth, that tho
ruler became involved in quarrels with
his Ministers and people. The Princess
was a sort of Grisoldn or Cinderella,
without tho roinantio tenderness of
those heroines of legend. She was the
daughter of a wine dealer at Bonn, on
tho Ithino. Lieutenant Lehniann, a
young" Prussian ofliccr, fell in lovo with
her; they wero married, and hud several
children. The future Elector, then the
Crown Prince of Hesse, was fascinated
by her, and is said to have bought her
from her husband for tho sum of 40,000
thalers. After a legal divorce had been
effected sho married the Prince. Evil
tongues said at tho time that the Prince
was not moved solely by lovo to Prau
Ihmann, but by a desire to snito tho
roigniug Elector and vex tho Countess
Reichenback, to whom ho was betroth
ed. Tho wine dealer's daughter ruled her
princely husband to his hurt. She at
tained tho second object of her ambi
tion, as well as the lii'nt, and becamo
enormously rich. Sho is said to havo
loft property amounting to nearly 14,
000,000 mnfks, which, however, has to
bo divided among half a dozen children,
Her lato husband, after nil his subjects
had deposed him, magnificently absolved
them from their oath of allegiance,
and the old German Sovereign State of
Electoral Hesso was incorporated with
tho Prussian Monarchy, l'ho Elector,
by his pacific acceptance of tho situa
tion, secured the immense property
which he carried into Bohemia from his
fateful place at Wilhelmshohe. where,
four years later, in the same month of
September, Napoleon III. was lodged
as the prisoner of tho Prussian King.
WIT AND HUMOR.
It is a terriljle come-down for a man
to fall out of a balloon and be obliged to
Nantucket has a girl pilot only 17
years old. Knows all the buoys in tho
sound, you can bet. .
"John, what is that scar on your
chin?"' -That scar? Oh, that's a Velio
Julia Ward Howe says women do not
fall iu love any more. 'Perhaps not, but
they continue to have all the symptoms.
"It is always summer somewhere,"
remarks the New Orleans I'icaijunc,
Let us go somewhere next winter.
It has been discovered that the United
States' relations with Egypt are very
distant. A careful computation places
them at 7,000 miles.
Next we shall have a coat-tail flirta
tion code. Having the coat-tail covered
with mud will mean: 4T don't like her
"Thev toll me you have had somo
money left you," said Brown. "Yes,"
replied Fogg, sadly, "it left me long
"Jones, why do you send your wash
to a Chinamau?" Jones "I don't."
"You don't?" Jones "No; he comes
and gets it."
Princess Beatrice now manages tho
royal establishment at all the palaces,
and will not marry anybody. Next
thing vou know that woman will buy a
A girl who sets out to look graceful
in a hammock has as much work on
hand as the man who tries to be languid,
with a saw-log following him down a
Hans Von Billow, the pianist, is
going to marry a woman named Maria
Anialia Katharina Josepha Scliauzer.
When sho adds Von Bulow sho will
have a real seven-octave name.
A Denvei Chinaman,' who has gone
into tho icecream business recently, has
the following sign near the door: "You
catch 'em llcezy belly two hitteo till
aatue Slan Klaneisco."'
Calino's wife goes out to work. The
other day, as she reproached him for
getting up so late, he replied: "Ah,
madam, I sleep very slowly, arid I need
in consequence much more time to re
pose than you."
Fogg asserted the oilier evening that
lie knew a woman who never appended
a postscript to a letter. Everybody was
nstonished until he informed Iheeoni
puny that the woman ho tcferred to
didn't know how to write.
A desperate man in Blooinington, 111.,
advertises for "a cook, good or bad,
with or without recommendations, to
remain. for life or only a few months."
Ho further concedes that "the family
will be docile and obedient."
"What nils you?" asked Jones of a
notoriously poor actor whom he met the
other day; "you looj ill." "So I am.
The doctor says my liver don't net,"
"llemarknblo likeness between you and
your liver," said Jones.
At a restaurant on a Virginia rail
rood a traveler threw a piece of pin out
of the window and had to pay $'M) for
breaking three ribs of a boy. He didn't
know it was loaded, but they wouldn't
take that excuse.
Two Rochester maidens, enjoying Sil
ver lake, telegraphed their father:
"Come and bring Bess." lie came and
with him several kegs of pale Bohemian
lager. The telegram read "beer" in
stead of Bess. The mistake was taken
in, of course.
Judge, severely-How do you know
the defendant is a married man? Wero
you ever at his hoiiseP "No, sir."
"Did any hotly ever tell you they wero
married? "No, sir; but when I see n
man and woman como to tho same
church regularly for three years, occupy
tho same pew, and havo a hymn-book
apiece to sing out of, I don't want to
see no marriage certificate. I can swear
to their relation all the time"
"What is the key to tho great my ate
ry of death?" solemnly inquired tho
orator, pausing impressively. And tho
ruan in tho front seat, who had been
coughing alt tho evening, huskily re
plied that he reckoned it must bo a skel
"What did vou say tho conductor's
name was?" "Glass -Mr. Glass." "Oh,
no!" "But it is." "Impossible it can't
be." "And why not, pray?" "Be
cnuso, sir, glass is a rion-e'ondiiefor."
Deafening applause from the scientific
The meanest kind of a mean man U
the one who, seeing another lying in a
hammock, howls "dog light,'' so that
ho may see the victim try to get out
of the hammock quick, and get slung
about six suin'mersaults with mud in his
'A Michigan paper claims that snakes
detry rats and mice, and thero should
be :t law for their protection. The edi
tor of that paper lias doubtless found
that snakes are becoming so scarce that
when he asks for a quart of whisky for
a snake bite no one will believe him.
The policeman saw that the mob was
bound to wreck tho building, and his
own unaided efforts could not beat them
off. But he had (he presence uf mind
to run around the corner and yell "dog
light," and in ten seconds there wasn't
a man in theerowdwho wasn't lutMling
round to find the dogs.
A clergyman dwelt in a quiet rural
district where laziness is apt to grow
upon a man. One day his excellent
spouse remarked to him at breakfast,
"Minister, there's a bit of butter on
yi!ir neckcloth." "Vee, wcel, Janet,
my dear," slowly responded the worthy
pastor, "when I eel up it'll fa' all'."
Two ladies exchanged notes on the
meihod in which they spend the dny:
"You see, I always get up tit ten ami
ring for my maid and get dres.ed."
"How lonjr docs thai take?" ( )h, ever
so long. You see the girl takes a full
hour to do my hair." "A full hour?
Mercy! What do you do while she is
fixing it? "I go out in the garden and
tako my morning walk."
It is serenely claimed by a Bradford
editor that it young lady in charge of it
local telephone olliee has such dulcet
tones that when she is talking through
the instrument the wire between the
stations becomes an .Eolian harp, and
little birds tiy out to roost on tho line,
in order to learn new music for their
First proud mother: "My boy is only
11 years old, and ho comes in every day
with his pockets full of fruit. He can
get over tho top of any fence they can
put up, the darling?" Second proud
mother: "Pooh for your buy! Why,
my Jimmy is only 10, and he's a corner
loafer, and has been to tho police court
Attained its majority: "I don't un
derstand'jaiiLthe landlady, "why no
body touches that cake. It's been on
tho table every night for a week and
not a soul has eaten a piece of it. It is
unnecessary to say that it is particular
ly nice. Look at it; it speaks for itself."
"Possibly," remarked Fogg, "that is
the reason that nobody else speaks for
"I havo a valuable hen that will in
sist, on sitting oil six eggs. How can I
prevent her doing so?" We have re
ferred your letter to our poultry critic,
lie says lueru are many ways to pre
vent your lien from engaging in seden
tary pursuits on a capital of six eggs.
He suggests that you add another egg
or that you use the eggs in a custard
pie; but he says if you want a dead -sure
thing, boil tho hen.
A little Philadelphia boy had his long
curls cut oil' the other day, and was
aniioyiiigly reminded of tho fact by
the remarks of all his friends. To his
delight, he escaped them by going with
his family to the country." Soon aftei
his arrival, however, ho camo running
into the house in great sorrow, crying,
"Mamma, mamma, even the hens
laugh at me; they all say, 'Cut-eut-cut-got-your-hair
A Truo Dog Story.
Tho animal in this casn is owned by a
party residing within a few rods of this
olliee, and tho facts conio directly from
tho family. The dog is a white terrier,
of a most affectionato disposition, and
when sho meets with nny stranger to
whom sho takes a fancy she will go to
him, sit. up ou her hind logs, and reach
out her fore paws for recognition. A
day or two sinco a boy called at tho side
door to beg for something to cat The
dog trotted to the door with tho servant,
who told tho beggar sho had nothing.
"Give mo only a piece of bread," naid
tho boy. Tho girl answered they were
out of' bread, and that she was baking
at that time. Meanwhile tho dog was
momentarily missed, but quickly return
ed bearing iu her mouth a largo piece
of bread that had been previously
thrown to her to eat. She went direct
ly up to tho boy, extended her paws
with tho bread iu her mouth, and offer
ed it to him as Intelligently as nny inula
being rould do. The girf was actually
frightened at this remarkable exhibition
of intelligence on the part of a dumb
animal. llorhrtter I'nton.
"What I want to inquire is," ho said,
ns ho leaned over the desk, "if you
think this war in Egypt will allot! t tho
stock of the Suez Canal?" "It may,"
replied tho head clerk. "To any seri
ous extent?" "Well, I can't say. Aro
you a stockholder?" "No." "Did you
think of investing?" "N-o." "Then,
how can you bo affected by any change P"
"Well, I. dtinno. I'm a great hand to
trado bosses, and if a fuller should como
along and offer to givo mo $2.5 In Suez
Canal stock and a purty fair boss for
my five-year-old mare I'd want to be
posted. I got stuck once with $'M
worth of stock In a railroad which was
to run from Wisconsin to Africa, and
the hull family had to go without Hou
nds for soventoen months, So you
think it would bo safo to take Suez ut
oar. oli P"
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 feeling1
and a high fever, the per
son afflicted growing weak
er and weaker, loses flesh
clay after day, until he be
comes a mere skeleton, a
shadow of his former self.
M.ilaria once having laid Ita
hold upon the human framo, the
door of the system is thrown open
to nervous diseases. The body
weak and enfeebled absorbs no
nourishment, but subsisting upon
ilself, the digestive organs no
longer perform their functions ;
the liverVcr.omes torpid, and other
organs failing to do their routine
work . speedily become disordered,
and dissolution and death are apt
Tn addition to being a certain cure
for malaria and chills and fever,
Brown's Iron Bitters is highly
recommended for all diseases requir
ing a certain and efficient tonic; es
pecially indigestion, 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, f I per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICK. SPECIAL
O WAItltAN r NO. Ml.
Public notice Is bureby given that the county
court ot Alexander county baa rendered Judgment
for a epeiial aaeeaaiiu-ut upon property benefitted
by the following Improvement, viz: Omvellugard
paving "'recta to-wit: (sixth eUeet from Ohio
luvce to Comn erclnl avt:mm. Commercial avenue,
fromlSixlb toEltrhlh Htratvu. Kl).'htb street,-from
Commercial avunnu to Wuh ui;tn avvnna, aa
will more fully appear Irom the certified copv of
the judijmrnt ou illu in the office of the clerk of
the dry of Cairo; that a warrant tor the collection
of em li aaat-Hamcnts ie In the hands of tne under
iRCed. All ponton interested are hereby notified
to call and pay the amount aaunud, at the colloc
tor'a otlice at the Alexander County Baulc within
thirty daya from the da e hereof. Dated thia 2nd
day ofSept. A. I). 1SHJ. THOMAS J. KEHTU,
OPKCIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
J WAMKAMT NO M
Public notice la herebr L'lven that the countv
court of Alexander county h.s rendered judgment
for a special aenemetit upon property benefitted
by the following Improvement, via: Construction
sc. or sidewalks in frontor lots So. 1, US to 40
lliclllclve, In block -1ti cltv. Lots No. 33 to 87 in
clusive 111 block 7:clty. Lota No. iHtoiltl Inclueive,
in uiocK si city . t,ot is, luock i and lot l, blocks
city. Lots t to 8 inclusive, hlork M rllv. Lots 8,
10 to 21 inclusive, iu block S3 First addition,. Lota
8 to 18 inclusive in block HI First addition, as will
more fully HDDcar from the certified oouv of the
judgment on file in the olliee of the clerk of thocily
otl mro; that a warrant for the collection of such
assessments la in tho hand, of tho nnderalKned.
All persona Interest are nerehy notified to call and
pny tlm amounts assessed, at the collector' otlice
at the Alexander (,'oiimy Ilnnk within thirty days
from the ilnt u hereof. Imtcd this 2nd day of Sept.
A. D. It!. TtlO.MAs.l. KKH I II, Collector.
iJPKClAL ASSIGNMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
5 WAHKANT NO. &2.
Public notice Is hereby ilven that the county
court of Alexander County hna rende.ed Judgment
lor a special assessment upon property benefitted
bv the followlnu Improvement, viz: Construction
or sidewalks Ac. In front of lots I), 10, II, M to 10
Inclusive, block 21. Lola 1, 30,21, 27, 2D, 30, 34, and
3, In block 2r. Lots to 8 Inclusive, In block 62.
Lots u Hint 7, block 2ri Lots 21 to 28 Inclusive, In
block m. Lots 23 to 2S 'nclualvu, block 2'J. Lota
2: to aa Inclusive, in b.ock 7 . Lota I, 21) to 40 In
clusive, tu block 27 First addition. Lota 1 to 8 In
clusive, tn block Hi city. I.o.e 4, (1, 7, 8, H, 10, 15, to
21 inclusive, In block 111 First addition. Lots 4,
7, and 8 ;Blo?:) inclusive, n block 18 Flrat addi
tion, Lots t to 11 incitislvu and 13 to 91 Inclusive,
In block 27 Klrsi addition. Lota 1 and 8, block 17
First addition. Lots 1, 25 to 32 Inclusive, block 24
cltv. Lota 7 and II, hloc li. I,ot:i Into 21 Inclu
sive, 1m block ,Vi city, as will more fully appear from
the certified copy of the judgment ou tile in the
otlice of the clerk of tho t ll v ol Cairo; that a war
runt for the collection of such asses mi'iita Is iu
the hands of the iiudersli!ned. All persons Inter
ested ere hereby nolillid to call and pay the
iimoiiuts ussesHi'it, in tn collector s oiuca at me
Alexander County Bunk within thlity data Lorn
the dale hereof. Hated this 2nd dav of Si pt. A. 1).
leKi, THOMAS J. KKK'i'U. Collector.
(SPECIAL ABSKSHM KNT NOTICE. SPECIAL
O W'AhllANT Nt). .'.:).
Public not leu Is hereby i;lven that the county
court of Alexivtidercoiiniy ha rendered Judgment
for a special assessment upon property benefitted
by the following Imnroveiiienl, vlie: Construction
Ac. of sidewalks In trout of lots No. 1 toS Inclusive,
In block 77 First addition. Lota No. 1 to 8 Inclu
sive. Iu block 70 First addition. Lota No. 1 to 8.
lucluBlve.ln block 7 Fourth addition, Lota No. 1
to H Inclusive, In block M Fourth addition. Lota
No. 1 to 8 Inclusive, in hlockll Fourth addition.
Lot I, block 10 Fourth addition. All lots fronting
Washington avenue, In block 11 Fourth addition.
Lota 8, H and 10, block Hi First addition. Lota 1,
10 and 17, block 02 First, addition, aa will more
fullyappcar from the certilled copy ot tliejudgment
ou illu In thootnc.o of the dork of the o.ty ol Cairo;
that a warrant for the collection of such assess
ments la In the hands of I ho undersigned. All
persons interested are hereby untitled to call and
pay tho amounts assess"d, at the collector' otlice
at the Alexander County wlth'o thirty dayt
from the date hereof Mated this 2nd day of Sopt.
A. 1). 18S2. THOMAS J K Kit Til. Collector.
GI'ECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
D WAKKANT NO. 64.
Publlo notice Is hereby trlven that the county
court of Alexander county haa rendered Jildg nent
for a apodal assessment upon p opertv bene 1 ted
by the following Imnro emetit, via: Construction
Ike. of Hldewaika In front of iota No 1,2, Mo 17
Inclusive, In block It) city and lot ID, block 23 city,
as will mora fully appear from the certified copy of
the jiuK'mcnt on file in the otlice of the clerk of tha
city of Cairo; that a warrant for the collection ol
an, h assessments la In tho hands of the under
signed, All persona Interested are hereby notified
to call and pay tne amounts assessed, at th- col
lector' office at the Alexander Count Hank with
in thirty day from thn date hereof. Dated thU
2nd day of Sept. A. O. ihh.'.
1UUMA3 4 . ILKK1U, VOIIOClor.