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DAILY CAIRO B UMjETIN
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 15. 1882.
Mayor N.B. Thistlewood.
Treasurer T. J. Kerlh.
Clerk Dcnnl. J, roley.
i i-;mr VV ni. II. Oliherl.
March! L. II. Meyers,
ill jrut y- William H -siirlrl. lit.
BOIUD Or AUUM.
Kirst Wnr l-Win.McHalo.T. M. KlmbroUKB.
nuruu.l Ward-Jesse Iltnklo, C. V lluuhe.
Tl ml Wrd It. F, Wane, John Wood.
Koimu V ard Chitrle U. Patlnr, Adoiph Bwo-
'i'ifVi, Wurd-T. W. IMlldsy. Ernest B. P-ttlt.
County Office r.
circuit J t i ' 1 l; v.- II. -J . lidk.-r.
('.rent Clerk A. 11. Irvin.
( luuty JU'lt'is It. .- Yotu n.
( u.iiiiv Cler S. J. Ihnni'i.
I'our'v Attorney--.). M. Jjv.uiron.
County Troanurer Mile vY. I'arkt-r.
l.'urouur K. Kilwruld
County Comral-ronur.-T. W. lUUidny,
OlMi and Peter Snip.
i m;u IUP Hi r. -Corner Tatb and l'o.r
l;.:rv.:u; .i of titTi tir-laul t.urd Mundnyii In
t -. rvmfti. It . m ! T; H j hi. ; prayer io'
i , Ti4ar.iUy. ":. : Sunday !hil.li:W .ro
' .;. A. .1. 11 tf.S.s. Pastor.
iia iH U l)f Tim KEIJEKMEK-(Bltcoi)
I. fourteenth lreet; Sunday 7:00 m.. Holy
I-'diarist; a.m., Sunday hool ; '1 00 a.m.,
Mi.rnlu' Prarers; 0:iwp. m., Kentni Prayer, r.
J'. iMvtuoort, S T. B. Hector.
irT M IS.SION ARV BAPTIST CLICHCH.
V rt. p-. Miit'fcl He.). u...3p. m., and 1M p. m.
' h-. t.ai )i .:Lul at 7;30 p. m K-v. T. ! Shore.,
if'TMPKAN -Thirteenth ure't; nt-vlce Sab
I nih i :i . iu. ; Sunday .cuool i p. m. llev.
MKTHOUIsT-Cor. Eighth- Bd Waiu'Jt street,
I'r. aU.lun Sabbatu J1;(M. m. nd7:t0 p. to.
I nrday M-ii i'il hi 4:'W p. m. lit. J. A. Scarrctl,
Ij .t.M'.YTKHIAN -Klfc-Mh street; preaching on
hiil.'.n'h at 11:00 a. ru. and 7:p. ni.; prayer
Lio'tiiii; W.-di,. !ay at 7:ip. m.; Saoday bcbw.1
mil, Kev BY. Ocorc, pastor.,
l-T .Iti'KPH -lUoiuan Catholic) Corner Cro
r5 h,(! Wuii.ut troet; crno. Sabbath 10.80 a.
ji., Mit.dAy Stb'Hil ul i p. m.; Vmpfrt 3 p. m.: er
nr. f ev. ry dy tl H n. m. Her. O Uir, Then'..
LIT. I' A riiU'K S --yllotnui Ctlio!!C) Cdriji-r N'ltitb
O n-r-'ct m.d Wnhliirt.n ivei.u; icrvlcn. Hb-
0 jiIi h iid lo . ru ; Yir i p. m. ; Hnudsy Si hool
1 fi. in. rvlcri. every day t m. Ktr. .V niU-rs'iti
I:. R. T1MK CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CESTKAl, K. K.
TH'IS. DKPAHT. THAVd ABRIVI.
tArc.Vu'"uiliajl.'li).m Exire 11:M .m
I M nil .
, .4 : .m
tEiiref S:Vp.m i Acwundatmn ..4:15 P tu
MIS C'ENTHAI. It. K
tMitil 4:1 m I Vall -
tKxprcsf 10:1 5a m I l&ipfiiff . .,
hT. L. 4 C. H.H. (Narrow Omiee l
Riprem. 'i?X I Bipr" 4:Wp.ra
Acconi'dMtton. 1 :i p.m I AcnMiHoin )S:05 p ro
HT.I. . I.M 4 B. K. K
EtprcM lt:ip.m tEipr- .. i:V P m
tAccoru Mtiutt. ::p.m 1 tAcwm'datloQ U:-15 m
WABASH, ST. I.OCH PACIFIC K'Y CO.
Mutl A Hx .... 4 4'. A.m 'Mail Ex.... :'J) P m
Dally cci!pl Sunday, t Daily.
MOBILE Oil JOB. B:
6:05. m. I Mail :W p.m.
.:"-, a.m. KiprtM :Wp. in.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAIN'S I'-l'N' AS FOLLOWS.
Kxpr-M nd Mall U-aT Cairo. every day except
Sur.iiav. sit 10:i') a in. Arnv j 4:35 p. in.
Acco'mmodntlon arrive aiU;04 p- ra. and d
parts at 1 :-iJ p. in.
JEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAII..
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
C. O. PAT IKK & CO..
Cor.N'iritocntfcftreett ()&TQ 111
Cr.n.murclttl Avtnuaf 'IH'
Q.E0HGE II. LEACH, M. U.
Pliv.-iciau and Surgeon.
Special alliMitlon paid to the Homnopathic tn-nt
in.tit)l'niirlciildlioafi,aiiddiBeii'ca ol womon
ompu: on lit li Btrout. o;niJUo tho Pot OiUce,
JU. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFFICK Eighth Ht.rl. ni'ar Cnmr? wrrlal Avwrnu'
U. It. W. WHITLOCK,
Orrn No. ISA Commercial Avenne, blweun
Kk!htharid Nlnlli 81 reel..
AFTIilt TUB FLOOD THE
IT KB, BUT TIIII FLAG
liiiHoiHincdatrnliilii thfl I'avla building ou Slitb
at reel, with a full stock of
Now Furniture of nil kinds
and l prepared to do
XI 1U 1 OLST K 1 1 IK a n ml Ho n vi g
IIAFFI.B! take a chnnco In
the nimat book cuo In tun city, or a hiuidaonio bod
room aot, or flue ldo board. Article now on ox-
hlbllloti nt Ula unlea rooma. Will o raniuo a uun
at tickets are dlnpoond or, or mouoy will bo rfturnod
nVK HIM A CALL
OKD1NANCE NO. 05.
An ordluance granting pvrmtaalon to Loina Hur
birt to mov fram bulldlnir to loti 21 and
block ai. city.
Ho It ordamod by tho city council of the city of
hectlon 1. Llcenae and permlitalon la hereby
grantfld to I.oula Herbert to move Irarae hulldlnit
to lota 21 and 21. blork HI city of Cairo.
Approved, SupUmbur llih, A. D. 1-HJ.
N. B. 'I Hl.STI.B WOOD. Mayor.
Aitent:- I. J. Foi.bv, Clly Clerk.
I'ubll-hud In Dally BulliMln, September 15th, lfW4.
OKUISANCE NO. Wi.
An ordlnanrn rautlntf permUnlon to Oeorije Rob
IntioD to erect an addition to Ilia frame building
(United on lot l, block Si city ol Ca.ro.
he it ordained by the city council of the city of
Hectlon 1. Licenaea d perrindlon la b'ireby
granted to Ueo-ge Kohluaon to erect an addition
of wood lit by 15 feet and i feet high to hi ur.-a-ent
frame building altuated un lot I, block 1, city
Approved September 1 1th. A. D.IHh.'.
V II. I II1STLEW0OD, Mayor.
Atteit:- D.J. Foley, Cilv Clerk.
l'ublhhed In Daily Bulletin, Sept. 15th, 1&92.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Office of City Clerk, Cairo. 111. Sept. 12th,
Sf-ald propo-Bla l' be received at tula otllce,
directed t the clly council of tho city of Cairo, op
to th time ol meetlnii of ald council, Monday
evenin, Septemebr rtb. ivU, for fllling, grading
and Imoroviuir New Leee atreet. The emlmaied
am Hint of ear'brcquired will hn about 40.0X1 cubic
yard. Bid. for acilona of SO) fet or more will
be recclvnd; nld blda to he at lomuch per cable
yard and work to be done to tba aattafaclion of toe
committee on .tree'l. All proposal, mu.t be ac
companied with a rood and anfficieut bond for
twice the amount of bid. Work to bo completed
within itixty day. from signing contract. Tbe right
to reject any and all bid reserved hy the city.
D. J. FOLEY, City Cierk.
IIIAS. B. Fair & CO.
Proprietors of Iron and Machine
Corner Nlneth and Washington avenue,
ALL KIDS OF MACHINE
WORK, BOILER WORK AND .
BLACKS Mil HI NO PltuMHTLY
ATTENDED TO AT KEASONBLE
We r.l.o have a number of SECOND II AND
ENGINES AND BOILERS, for .alechea.
C O A. L
D Stoves D
S T"inwarc. S
The Cairo & Mound City
A. B. S AFFORD
W. II. MOORE, Master.
From "cpteniher Mh until further notice will
make trip. a. follow.:
Leave. Cairo at 7:30a. ra., 11:00 a. m. and 4:'V)
Leave Mound Cltv at 6:30 a. m., 1:30 p. m. and
H:'tn p. ra.
Can b-teueged foreicursloa any evening after
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE beSQa STATES.
(, ...a i.n.. Mrtnrl.v .T it 1 v !. and until further
notlc.thu ferryboat Three State will run aa nuar
a poaslbleoii the following time table:
Mivta Liana math
Foot Fourth (t. Mlnourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
fl:M a. m.
: t ki u, m.
7:00 a. m.
7:o a. m.
Fool Fourth It. Kentucky Ld g. Mliaonrl Land g.
4:(H) p. m. 4:) p. m. HilO p. nt.
On last trip leaving Kentuckv landing at 4 :30o'clock
p. m., the boat will go to lllrd Point, making con
nection with T. & St . L. pnongor train for Cairo,
First trip atOi'lo a. m. leaving Cairo, Will connect
wlthT. 4 St. L. train leaving Cairo.
MIE REGULAR CAIRO AND FADUCAO
HENRY K. TAYLOR Mailer
GEO, JOBE8 Clork
Lcavei Paducah for'OiIro dalir (Stindayi oxcopt
edl at S a.m. and Wound Cltv at f t) m, Hotnru
tngi Loarei Cairo at 4 p. m. Hound. City at Bp. m.
W. F Lamiioih, river editor of i'n liin.i.Tii
and tea.nboit paisener aeiit. Order for all
kind of ateamhoat Job printing toliclted. O.'llce
at Planter. Uotel, No. 54 Ohio levee.
Trie Guiilinj; Star Ims been detaineil
hero in consequence of it broken doctor,
she will li'iivir this inurnitir for New
Orleans with the bent trip she ever carried
down the Mississippi -also a fine passenger
trip. Capt. J. I). Uegler is her worthy
iThe Vint Shinklc is about CO hours
behind time owing to the bi trip she has
and the low water she has been un
avoidebly detained. She leaves early this
morning tor Memphis.
The John B. Mauda for Memphis
passed down last niyht with a good trip.
The Fannio Tatum will pass here to
morrow for Mound City where she will
receive the attention of Copt. Leo Kawleiuh
of the Marine Ways at that place.
The tlesiant steamer Will Kyle is due
here to-day from New Orleans for Cincin
natisee W. F. Lambdin, passenger agent,
who will furnish tickets at low rates.
Tho Bifon Rouge for New Orleans is
due here this evening.
Tho City of New Orleans from St.
Louis is over due for the lower Missis
sippi. The Gus Fowler is the regular mail
packet from Paducah, due here at 2 p. in.
to-day and return at 5 p. m.
Tho Ohio is receding blowly, and bo its
that are loaded are having some trouble in
Capt. Will Harmon of the Silverthorn
was in the city yesterday, and left on the
Gus Fowler for Paducah.
The Silverthorn is now looking as pretty
as she did when built and will enter the
Cairo and Evansvillo trade next week as a
regular packet. Capt. Will Harmon will
We went to Paducah Tuesday on a flying
visit and returned last evening, feeling
much better after seeing home and friends.
Yesterday was exceedingly warm for the
season but business seemed to be pretty
The Hudson from St. Louis is due here
early this morning for Paducah and Shaw
neetown. 8ho has considerable wheat to
discharge here for the Mississippi Valley
Namin? a Lake.
Years aro, it was discovered that a
cert tin lu!;i' which hud long been con
sidered the bead of tho Mis.sippi, had
no claim to that honor. The explorers
found a new und smaller lake- from
which the great river took ils ri.se. A
discussion arose as to what name would
be appropriate for it. The story is that
it was decided in this way:
"Let's make a new nanio by coining
a word," said an old voyageur. "Some,
of you lnrned ones tell iuo what is tho
Latin for true.
"VeriUw," answered a scholar.
"Well, now, what is tho Latin, for
"Now writo the two words together
Tie scholar wrote on a strip of birch
"Head it out."
The five syllables wero read.
"Now drop the tirst and last syllables,
and you'll have a good name for this
lake." And "Itasca" it was.
A Cry for More OjBters.
At tho same time that the more
thoughtful and observant aro uttering
protests against tho extinction by whole
sale divdging, of the oysters of tho
Chesapeake and its tributaries, there
conies a cry from England for more
American oysters. Tho New York
lkrnhl (Hole's from a private business
circular which has found Its way into
tho ollico'of that paper. Tho circular
in question is a piteous appeal to bo
furnished with more oysters, on tho
grotind that tho supply in tho English
market falls below the demand. Tho
trader in quest ion slates that nearly
twenty-eight million Atnerieaii bivalves
wero eaten In England between tho mid
dle of October aiid tho day of the new
year. Hetwoen March and May is tho
season for lilunting, and when 'the de
mand on this account is supplied it is
estimated that no less than lifly millions
of our oysters will have been eil her de
voured or naturalized iu (ireat Prilain.
This exhibit only makes it inoro appar
ent that tho oyster beds of tho Chesa
peake and its tributariestho chief
source of supply for tho most succulent
bivalves must bo protected from do
nlotion, If an industry promising such
large proportions and valuable-returns
is to b fostered. Thero Is food ill this
English circular for tho Maryland und
A now iHirso-nmld had been wngagml
for tho family of John Leech. Ou lior
appearing In tho nursery sho was thus
addressed by Master Leech: Nurse,
papa says I am 0110 of those children
that ran be managed by kindness, and
I'll trouble you to fetch somo pongo
cakos and oranges uco." j
A a Army of Goggled Soldiers.
Arabi Hey hopes to hold his position
in tho Nile delta until tho great river
rises and Hoods tho country. Ho will
cut the canals to help the Nile in its an
nual overllow. This is a serious menace
to (ien. Sir (iarnet Wolseley. Hut Arabi
is threatened with a scare-crow enemy.
Tho Egyptian siroccos blow tho line
sands from the deserts on either side of
the Nile with hurricane fury. At times
tho air is full of it. Sir Ralph Aber
crombie found that nearly his whole
army was afflicted with ophthalmia
from sand-storms. London papers sug
gest that tho British soldiers of Sir. Gur
net's ,army shall wear Swiss goggles.
Rather bad for ascertaining range,
which would be a blessing to Arabi's
best soldiers. But what about Arabi's
fellaheens? Tho frightful spectacle of
an army of goggled soldiers at close
quarters must cause a panic among the
ignorant Egyptians. Fancy Wolseley
and General Alison in goggles, und
"grim-visaged war" is turned from a
tragedy into a farce..
A Legislative Doorkeeper.
Somo of 'em are very lik.i Cousin
John Thrasher's man who told him he
wanted to be doorkeeper, but cousin
John had promised to vole for another
feller, ami so, to get rid or turn, lie says:
hv, Jim, did you ever keep a door r '
'No,1' says he. "Did you ever study a
book on keeping a door?'' "No," says
he, "Did you ever see anybody keep a
loor?" I never did, savs he. "Well,
did you ever attend lectures in Augus
ta, or anywhere, on how to keep
door?" "Of course not." savs he. "Well,
my dear sir, you had better go back
home, and prepare yourself by tho next
session, and I'll voto for you." Atlan
A water-spout A temperance ora
While I sat talking with the fisher
man, whom a four ounce eel had made
extremely voluble, my attention was at
tracted to a terriblo splashing tinder a
tree a short distance down stream.
'Pull it towards yo, can't ye? Pull,
vo imitation of a plaster Paris gon. In-
r! Pull towards ve. I tell ve!
And a small skill with a leg of mut
ton sail swung out from under the tree
and bumped along the bank, Seated
ainidship was a middle-aged irentlemaii
with a plug, hat set on the back of his
perspiring head, pulling hard on the
main sheet, while a ladv in tho stern
sheet had braced her foot against the
combing, and was doing her best to
pull tho tiller out of the rudder head.
"Don t ye know which is toward ve.
Want to wreck this ship on an inhos
pitable coast, and be eaten up by a lot
of heathen, half full of gin and half full
of Bible? loward ye: Pull it towards ve,
before this ark is dashed to a million
J v tins tune it was lianl aground, a
fact that neither the lady nor J he gentle
man appeared to bo aware of.
"I can t pull it any further, Mr.
Spoopeudyke!" moaned tho lady. "It
seems to be tied here somewhere, and
"Lull" her, then: Lull' her. I tell ye!"
roared Mr. Spuopcudvkc, haif buried in
tho flapping sail, and struggling to re
tain his hat. 'Lull' her. I leil ve!"
" That's all very nice," muttered Mrs.
Spoopeudyke, flopping down on a seat,
"but I'm a heap more apt to hate her!
Say, dear, ain't we doing ptvltv well
Mr. Spoopeudyke fought his way into
fresh air and glared around him.
"Want to sink it?" be yelled, slam
ming tho little boom from side to side,
in the hope of catching somo wind in
the sail. "Want to run down in sit
thousand fathoms of water? Hard
down, I tell ye! Put her hard down!"
"I guess side's about as hard as she'll
go," fluttered Mrs. Spoopendvko, look
ing wcr the stern and seeing that it was
high and dry. ' "It's the other end that
Isn't Lard down, dear, and I guess
you'll have to turn it around sideways."
"That's what we wan, to do!" fairly
shrieked Mr. Spoopcndyke, clasping his
arm around the mast and bringing his
head against it in a fury of desperation.
"It took you to get the idea! Holy frog,
if I only had time to fit you out with a
President's flag and an appropriation
what a navy you'd make!" and Mr.
Spoopcndyke again dashed his head
against tho mast. "You hit it!" ho
yelled. "That's the scheme! AlUyou
want now is a foreign flag and a politi
cal Custom House to be tho whole
American merchant marine!" and Mr.
Spoopcndyke dashed aft, seized the til
ler and jerked away at it with one hand,
w hile with tho other he hauled away at
tho main sheet in a vain hopo that ho
might got somo headway from some di
rection. "What am von trying to do, dear?"
timidly asked Mrs. Spoopcndyke, dodg
ing tlio flying boom.
"Do," yawped Mr. Spoopondyko, grow
ing tnailder. "lam trying to reconcile
this sail to tho idea that a traveling idiot
iisyluni in white skirts and a red shawl
Isn't dangerous! What d'ye s'poso I'm
trying to do? Think I'm hauling my
arms out of tho sockets to amuse tho
children? Think I'm flopping this'sall
around to keep it from getting sun
burned? Well, 1 ain't!" ho howled,
seeing that, tho tide was drifting his bow
around and setting him In shoro broad
side on. "And I ain't wiggling this
business to keep tho moths out! I'm
sailing, 1 ami Hero's where you got
your canned seamanship! Hear meP"
and Mr. Spoopondyko ram mod around
In tho boat, now kicking tho tiller and
then tho boom. "See how proudly wo
cut tho waves?" and just then the rud
der camo out of tho stern post mid hung
In his hands. "Nothu how wo dance
across the measly billows?" and Mr.
Spoopcndyke plunged head foremost In
to the canvas like a sail needle, and
sank helplessly Into tho bottom of tho
"How nlcelv wo are going!" echoed
Mrs. Spoopondyko, who could afl'ord to
flultor, seeing that she was safe In tho
mud. "Upon ray word, it is quite like
a ferry boat."
"More desiccated marine informa
tion!" squealed Mr. Spoopendykc, ang
ling for himself around in the oottora of
the boat and wondering who had nailed
a church across his back. "That's your
notion of sailing! I s'poso you've got
some kind of a dog house idea that this
paeki t goes' by steam! Well, it don't,
I tell )'e!" and his voice arose as ho
found "that it w as athwart and not a
church. "It. goes by wind, when tho
wind knows enough to blow! Hoar
that? Perry boat! Oh, ferry boat!"
At this point his voice sank into the bit
terest sarcasm. "You've got it down
tine! You see through this business!
All yon want is a fog horn and a State
Central Committee indorsement to be a
Secretary of tho Navy! If I had your
intelligence on maritime affairs, Pd buy
:t corked hat, apply for a pension and
advertise myself as au admiral in search
of a respectable job and oiler tho best
city references! How are we going to
got a -dm re?"
"'o are ashore, dear," replied Mrs.
Mr. Spoopcndyko ducked tinder tho
sail, which had all along prevented him
from seeing l Iu; situation, and discov
ered for tin- first time that his boat was
well up on the land.
"Hod gast the shore!" he pelled.
"Why didn't you tell me there had been
a laud slide?" Why didn't you let nio
know that the channel had shifted?
"lint we've been here all tho time!"
remonstrated Mrs. Spoopcndyke.
Mr. Spoopcndyke looked at her help
lessly for a moment. Then he stepped
ashore, and hauled his wife after him.
The next instant he sent tho boat into
tho stream with a vigorous kick, and
jamming his hands into his pockets led
the way to the railroad bridge without
"I don't care, panted Mrs. Spoopcn
dyke, .struggling along after him. "We
had a real pleasant sail, and the only
tiBiethe thing didn't go sideways was
when it was stuck in the mud!"
"That's the worst of them skiffs!"
muttered the fisherman, who had
watched the sailing exploit with pro
found interesL "TJiey ain't got any
keel nor center board, and a man may
sit all day on a lee shore and think he's
makin' ninety knots an hour, lill tho
wind changes, jibes his sail and shows
him to himself half way up a tree!"
"With Grateful Feelings."
Da. Pi luck, Butl'ilo, N. Y.: Dear Sir
Your "(ioldeii Medical Discovery" and
"Purgative Pellets" have cured my daugh
ter ol Scrofulous Swellings and Open
Sores about the Neck : and your "Favorite
Prescription" has accomplished wonders in
res: ling to health my wife who had been
bed t';it for eight months from Female
Weakness. I am with grateful feelings.
Yours truly, T. H. Lono,
Ask your physician aud he will tell you
tlott liuchu is on? of the best, surest and
s.ifcst remedies for aiding, strengthening
mid clc'insin,',' the kidneys. It is one of
t'ne ingicdients of Hops and Malt Bitters.
Woman's Ti ne Friend.
A lii.ji.d in need is a friend indeed. This
none r'tn d. -v. eupeciallv when assistance
is rendu u one is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those coin
til nnts and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that blectnc Hitters are womnu s true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A siiiL'le tr.al alwavs moves our assertion.
n J I
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
,'1. . 1 . . t . 1 t vr r lit
tiny cents a nouie aoiu oy narry w.
Sehtili. . (2)
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will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltnic Belts and Electric Applicance o'i
trial Cor thirty days to men (young or old)
who are alllicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, aud kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
resolution of health ami manly vigor. Ad-dre-
as above, N.B No risk is incur
red, 11s thirtv diivs' trial is allowed.
TOM WINTHK & CO.
Auctioneers and Commission Merchaati
No. 5 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington Avs.
Consign me.nfs Solicited.
rpiIKCITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Uiilro. MltiioiH.
Tl OHIO LBV BE.
U A P1TA L, 81 .00.000
A General Bunking business
TIIOS. AV. UAIit.lDA V.
STEKI'IUHB HAVINli HANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS HANK.
Til ( Jirl. V. ItAI.LiID A V,
Malaria is an almost in
describable malady which
not een 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 thi3
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,
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tPECIAl. ASSKSSM ENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
O W Alt KANT NO. 50.
Public notice ia hereby civeo that the county
court ol Alexander county has rendered Judgment
for a special as-ciament upon property benefitted
by the foliowingimprovenient, via: Oravellngand
pXvtng streets to-wlt: Suth etreet from Ohio
levee to Comn eroial avenue. Commercial avenne,
fromSixthtoEiu'lilhstroe'. Klghth street, fiotu
Commercial avenue to Wash ngton avonue, as
will more fully appear Iroin the certified enpv of
the judgment on file In the office of the clerk of
tho city of Cairo; that a warrant lor the collection
of such assessments is in t he hands ol'tao under
lgred. All person, interested are hereby notified
lo call aud pay the amount assesaed, ai the collec
tor's ollU-e at tho Alexander (.'ouuty Hank wlihin
thirty days from the da. e hereof. Dated this and
day of Sept. A. I). lSHi, THOMAS J. KEKTH,
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
O W A It HA NT NO. M.
I'ublli notice ia hereby given that the county
court of Alexander count) b a reudered judgment
for a special assesameut upon property benefitted
by the following Improvement, vie: Construction
4c. of sidewalk in front of lots No. 1, US to 40
Inclusive, in block til city, Lots No. 33 to 87 in
clusive Iu block 7i city, l ots No. '.'StoStf iurliislve.
In block 'Ai city. Lot IS, block 'i and lot 1, blocks
city. Lots 1 to S Inclusive, blork M cltv. Lot 8,
10 to 21 Inclusive, in block :);! First addition. Lot
8 to IS inclusive in block N4 First addition, a wilt
more fully apcear from the cor tilled copy of tho
Judgment on (lie in the olllce of the clerk of the clly
of Ciilro; that a warraut for the collection of such
assessments la In the hand of the undersigned.
All persons Interest are ni rebv notified to call and
pay tho amounts assessed, at the collector' olllco
at the Alexander County Hank within thirty day
from the dato hereof. Hated this and duy or Sept.
A. 1). 1884. THOMAS J. KKR. II, Collector.
SPECIAL ASSKSSMENT NOTIo'B. SPECIAL
O W AU KANT NO. W.
Public notice Is hereby given that the county
Court of Alexander county ha rendu. edludument
fur a special asse-sment upon property benefitted
bv the following Improvement, via: Construction
of sidewalks Ac. In front of lot 9, 10, II, 14 lo 1!)
iuclusive, block 'Jt. Lot 1, ' 1, 21, iT, i!,3 . 31, and
. Iu blo-.k ii. Lots 1 to 8 Inclusive, In block W.
Lots and 7, block 'ill Lots SI to 28 Inclusive, in
blork 28. Lots 'i! to 28 Delusive, mock 211. Lot
2 to 32 inclusive, in b ock 7 . Lota 1. 21) to 4U In
clusive, In block 27 First addition. Lots 1 to 8 in
clusive. In block 40 city. Lot 4, 0, 7, 8, 8, lo, 15, to
21 inclusive, in block It) First addition. Lot 4,
7, and 8 iStovjf inclusive, Iu block 18 First addi
tion. Lots I to 11 inc nslvu and la to 21 Inclusive,
In block T, Fir. addition. Lot 1 and 8, block 17
Hrst addition. Lots I, 25 to82 Inclusive, block 21
cltv. Lots 7 and 9, bloc . Lots 10 to 21 Inclu
sive, In block 55 city, aa wil more fully aiipnar from
the certified copy of the Judgment on file in the
olllco of tlio clerk oftlie cltv of Cairo; that a war
rant for 'lie collection of such asse menu la iu
tho hands of tho underfilled. All person inter
ested aro hereby noiltbd to call and pay lb
amouuts assessed, at th-i collector' olllca at tho
Alexander County Bank wltbin thlity dad Lorn
the date hereof. Oalud Ihl 2nd day of Sept. A. U.
Ubl. THOMAS J. KEKTll, Collector.
CPECIAL ASSKSSM ENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
O WAItKANT Nt). M.
Public notice I hereby clvon that the county
court of alexandercotinly iia rendered Judgment
for a special assessment upon property nonelltttd
by the following Imoroveiui tit, viz: Construction
Jtc. ofsldcwalksln frotif oflolH No, I to8 inclusive,
Iu block'7 First addition. Lot No. I to S Inclu
sive, In block 71) First addition. Lot No. 1 t 8
Inclusive, In block 7 Fourth addition Loll No. 1
to 8 inclusive, In block s Fourth addition. Loti
No. 1 to 8 Inclusive, In block I) Fourth addition.
Lot I, block 10 Fourth addition, All lot fronting
Washlnuton avenne, in block II Fourth addition,
Lot 8, II aud 10. block 81 Klr-t addition. Lot 1,
Hi and 17, block 1)2 First addition, a will more
fully appear from the certified copy ol tbejuds'ineul
on file In llieo lico of tho clerk of the city ol Cairo;
that a wan ant for thu collection of ucu as.ess
meula I In the bandsof the undersigned. All
person interested are hereby notified to call and
pay tho amount asle )d. at the collector' olllco
at tlio Alexander County Hank within thirty day
from the dale nuronf Hated till 2'id day of Sept.
A. D.1SS1 THOMAS J KEKTLl, Collector.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
O WAItKANT NO. 64.
Public notice in hereby idven that tlio county
court of Alexander county ha rendered Judtf ncnt
for a apodal assesainent upon property beoHfltted
by the following Inipro einent, vl,' Construction
dc, of sidewalk In freut of lot No 1, ii, Mo 17
Inclusive, Iu block l'i city and lot 18, block tiil city,
a will moru fully appear from the cortltt.d copy of
tho Judgment on tlio iu tlie olllco of the clerk of tho
city of Cairo; that awarraut for the collection nt
liK.fl asiessmoul I In tho band of lh under
tgiied. All person Inteni'ted aro hereby notified
to call and pay tno amounts assessed, at tba roll
lector' olllce at tho Alexander Count Bank with
Iu thirty days from the dato hereof. ltdthl
Sad day of Sept. A. D. Wi.
THOMAS J. KKUTH, Collector.