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0. I). WILLIAMSON.
COMMISSION M EHCHANT,
Xo. 70 Ohio l.pt r
C A I U 0, I I.I, INC 8.
and filling orders.
given to Consignments
CAIRO CITY COAL
Japrcpue,l la supply eim.itm'r wilh (he lst
PlTTSBUriG AND ILLINOIS
ORDEn left at Hsllldny Ilros. offl.'e, TO OHIO
I.L'VKK, or nt the Coal VrJ below the St.
Cnarles Hotel, will twelve prompt attention.
THE Ti t. " MUNTAUK" willhrlnecoM aloni
side steamers at any hour.
Hi: At, ESTATE AU EXT.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (second ri.oon) ojiio lkvke,
Buy and Sell Real' Estate,
FURNISH ABSTI5ACTS OF TITLE
AlI i,icpae Conicance of Kind.
Ti'ksday 3Ioi:.vi.vo, Sept. iy, 1671.
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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY Hl'LLETI.V,
John II. Oberly A Co. rmvo reduced the sub
cri.tion prife. of the Weekly Cairo llulltti t0
Oi. njlnt per iwiuii, making it the cheapest pi
perpubllslicd In Southern Illinois.
For Presidtni, lbi'2,
.1AMES R. D00L1TTLE,
Hitbjcct to the decision of the national Jem
The New York jrl I on Senator Doollltle.J
"Hit record i$ 40 consistent and untar
nished that it tuny be li.ened to a straight
tine drawn across a pu::lea clear beam,
unsmrced by the fluctuating atmosphere
of American politics, through the past
I'njMa hjS-iitor IMitlU.ildttirtl'at Dt
twit, in lit),
"Let linnet by theHouth as Cimillus proposed to
.lo i.y th people of Utliirn after they had re-
w-.io'i nj;. .in-, ivuiim iiuu iirci ii'en luit UoHntiv
tllH nmilfM llf fhuf nnuur l'l.n It .1 J
nru.e in the senate i 'rt'h'.t shall l, tl10 iti.
i.n.uin aii.i tiiepopie (,f jtiuin V theieweru
Mine even them hu Mioutvdt "C'onli.cate their
i I;. .'UTi lhlrt ,ui'Vm "'l'l.)mio iniido them
. lie . 10 tlmronn nut C.ii.lllu,, hou.
r"-fx,,f , ' uieiu siarui." uicro hh, how
-.lud-o Pryor liits been appointed
-".-. -mure oi Kentucky, in phco of
JUJgu Kobinson, resigned.
ii is saw tiiut Mornssoy is about to
c...j.roini(, with his conclenco bv devot.
his winnings on Helmbold toth.,l,..iM.
g of a church in .Saruto-a.
4 ... .
crumbling political anomlly ' is
w.o luvinu lit U L'iven to Ali.nr.H, II
mepuens by his ndmlrlng Southern con.
-l ti nriiA f!f anl ........ 1 . . . .
vucy vi 1 n 11 fc i u 1,8 nuxt year hs iin
'"uoni candidate lor Pres dent, it I.
.... . '
nreticnued that ho will llatlv Insist
""holding joint dlscui.ion
on with Horace
-"I It not u,ne
iioUonian. "UiRto,,. . .
ti i. . .
. " " "IVII 4 1 W US
from om, i..1 .r.i... ..... ". b ,U"B
--. Ul'lT Till In. i.-
caii.un" u,u c,,y lo,li()oti
" '"-r I'niroiii in a currhure
ilvoi nt n a... .i. . . . """"'be.
,t.vln)) lioto.1 1 1 1, ,1 , ,
her littlo pile at.a ul,o m'u,i Tr-, " UP
rVmerlcan hns ollerid to bull, ," . .. .Vtu
lis solely at his own expense, o , "..V."
iin.. n,.,t ,.nnr n, ,..i ,
lion that ono of tho wings of tho .,
b. 1t . ,
uiuings snail rectivo his name, and that
I.t Inm. 1.. It.... l.A.t..H 1. -.11 ,
fa . . ii.va iiueiinii uv niiuwuu nn
appurlmcnt in it looking out on the gar-
aim an invitation to all tho ceremo
nies which shall ever bo gtven in tho pal-
nonl... . J. . . . '.
now', iZr m WmC" ,n"y-M
Tho inanugers of tl.o Young Mon's
Christian Association of Buffalo, havo
placed church regisUra In ull of tho ho
tels, boarding bouses and public places in
tho city, containing a complete list of pns-
........ .u: -Tfiraoni, lei t mako them fellow-
it ,. mi.I IhiK H.hl t.i lh power anilKlnry ol
-rim of (lu-.r r.Ull.oi, hhJ lme reuee,l their
lleenee to the union Bti.J the IW, ii,..k"l.i.
- m hern people our fellow -oilin,i;, kii.l it.u.
' " 'h"l)vera,ijt!lryof lh.. 1 mtioi
lors, find lioun 1 e-rvJci. Altnclicd to
cncli Oniric Is n cnto contnlnlng n nowmnp
A curious observer of men, women
nnd ililngs In St. hoult, Iins inndo tlio ills,
covciy Hint inon nnd loy4 InvniiaWy run
lliu lioels of lliclr boots nnd tlioos over
outicardiy. wlillo woniet. nnd girls nlwnys
run tlicl s over inwaiu'ly. Out of M7 men
nnJ boy Hint jmod llio observer nt n glv
cn lioin , tills fuel wns true In ovcry Inst-
nnec ; out of 07 women llint passed, it wns
true In ovcry Instnnco but one.
A resident of Hull'nlo, who lms been
long tormented by nn offensive olor'nbout
Ills premise, nnd ngninst whom tlio hftnUli
(illlccr 1 1 ml uctunlly commenced t suit,
for miiintnining n nuisance, has just dis
covered that it is caused bv n flow of nat
ural gns in his cellar. Tlio floor of tbo
cellar is tlio nnturul rock, nnd to drain it
beforo n sower wns constructed, n hole wns
drilled through the rock a dislntieo of two
feet, when an Interstice orcnvlty wns met,
into which tlio water pnssod. On npplylng
n lighted cnndlo to the hole a til no flume
Instantly nppenred, reaching nlmost to the
ceiling, nnd the mystery wns solved.
A lady correspondent of n San l'ran
Cisco paper thus describes the residence
of Bismarck and how Trench gewgaws
found their way there :
"Tlio furntturo used to bo vcrv plain.
Tut Uismnrck lias brought bnclc from
France enrved oak sideboards, tnbles, and
lahuts, cqunl to what ono sees in tho royal
chateau of l'nu, nnd probably as ancient.
Many n tcigncurial residenco in France
lias contributed to nil ins roomy roinorA
nian teldoss with pleasant ricliei. Our
ten, for instance, wns served In n porcelain
service, tnken from the empress s npnrt-
mcnis 111 wonipcignc. xtus sorvico was
manufnctitrcd for .Mnrio Antoinette,
nt tlio factory slio founded nt
Jlourg-ln-Kelne, nnd it Is qtuto unique.
'J 'ho around is of a canary rcllow. and
the decorative part consists of Landscapes.
most exquisitely dono in Indian ink. The
Princess Uismnrck, with truly German
naivete, says: "Ab, you aro" ndtniring
tliojo little mugs. Thov belonged to that
poor queen oj liOUlsAl. Jiy husband
bought tno wnoio 101 lor a ttiaicr from a
soldier. Ho (Bismarck) sent mo such
lovely things from Versailles! I will
show you tho wonderful laces that I am
going to havo made up for Leuchcn's
trousseau. They woro found by Otto in a
most beautiful inlaid wardrobo (which I
have placed in my bodrooin at Berlin), In
tho castlo of the Duchess de Moucliy, that
foolish omDoror'a cousin. Mein Gottt
what n foolish man that emperor was. I
heard the Emporor "Wilhclm say that the
empress was vory silly and frivolous, and
that sho hated Prussia. But sho was not
wicked, notwithstanding her beinc the
tool of Princess Mettcrnich in provoking
A JIUVKALOXIAN IX THE AVI1ICAN DIA
MOND JUNE DIGGINGS.
(Trom tho Hullalo Courier.)
AVo arc permitted to make tho following
extract from n letter received bv Mr. John
0. Hums of this city, from h'is brother,
AVillinm P. Burns, who some months ago
left Buffalo for tlio diamond lields of South
I'-mel, South Africa, June 1, 1671.
AVcll, here I am in tho diamond diggings
of South Africa. I have worked just ono
month here, and have struck nothing vet,
oui mere nro owiors niacin'' lortunes all
around mo. It only rcouircs a littlo cnnl.
...i 1 ...f.i. ti. .
iui, iiuu un nnr iucK ui nil 11 rnnn cn
becomo rich in n short time I tell vou. it
is the "biggest thing'' out. Diamonds aro
being found ovcry uav; some from twen
ty to eighty carats; 11 man, two claims
iibove mine, found a stone which ho was
iininediat.lv otlered iCO.000 for, which ho
refused. lie is coins to England with it.
Such finds aro quite common, too. Stones
varying in value from $50 to
Jl.OtW nro found every day. In
fact, a lariro fortuno awaits rnanv
thousands, nnd I am determined to bo of
the number, Providcnco iicrmittinD-. It is
a rough lifo to lead, but n healthy ono.
Tho weather is very warm, but tho coun
try is mountainous und quito healthy, if a'
person iukcs enre 01 nunsell nnd avoids
the vilu liquors which nlwnvs abounds in
a mining camp. It costs very little to
live oniy ahout n month in gold, ir
vou board yourself and Kaflira enn bo
hired for one shilling a day in silver, nnd
board themselves to do nil the diinrinL'
and washing. White men do tho sorting
of the precious gems. A man witli n
smnll capital say SOOO in cold and who
wi 1 stick to tho digging nine months, is
ainiosi certain lO'incol witli success. A
man ciuno hero with his little son a few
Jays ago, having nbout $00 in gold. Ho
bought a claim for Sit., audAont and min
ing implements at auction for ?15 more,
which only loft him $30. Tho third day
aftcrjho took out nn clghty-throo carat
gem. I supposo tho stone is worth ?100,0u0.
How is that for high 7
Kroin !hn New. York Slandanl.
In thcio troublous timed it I tileusurit in
aeo tlio retirement whi:h has como upon
tho Hon. Fernando AVood. This old war
horso of many Tammany and anti-Tain-many
strife has withdrawn from tho arena,
lie no lonircr paws tint unvioldim. onrili
and terrifies hia enonilea l.v hU ni.?,,l,l.,..
11 i.i.. .i -1 I. ..w......b. .
Huiuuv uuiiuiiuL's lit ricu 11U ml pursuits
and prosorvos himself for tho eenllo mir.
Buna ui tuilgrusa luu
Tho veteran was seen on Broadwnv re
cently, as trim and nent nnd calm as ovur.
ills laco Miowed peace with all mankind
and his presence uxhalcd the odors of sum
"AVell, mavor." said u curious friend.
"wtiavuo you ininu ol anulrt tn Tnnv
many? What Is your vlow of tho sllua
l'crnando centlv strokod his wluto mus-
taclie and bout his oyo upon tho topmost
gable of Trinity. And over bis face thor.
catno a smllo lfko tho flushof an aurora
boroalu or lummor .nn w to ino,,i
... . j . , , . r
01 mo cresiou wavo as no ccoiy tarn :
" well, Kew-York politics Is Improving,
t 1- .. 1 . "in. . . - . -----
i" ny.V'no PI"0 V,ou 10 "f "oro woro
'rly U"9VC'! P0W "'o'y Tour."
-It hnpoars that the Marotiis of Lomo.
wnoso mother-in-law Is tli Queen of
oreai uritain, Is to bo appointed Gov-
nrnnt (lannonl nl Tn.l n tin! It Inn f rAH
i nui M; i "'"b wa-
to tho Canuck., who 1,nu.nrr .;,.M, i..J
may respect tho son-in-law of Victoria.
I , , , .w n,v vi.w-.v.miij
clmngod Into royij ty, ho far as thomiolvcs
aro In no hasto to havo vlce-rovallv
.wiiwviiiu. -ioj ururoauy onougu to
worinin i-rincos mar oil. and to how down
to title; which do not attach to tholr own
J,ut. " Jiln.8 ol Cnnada nnd an Karl
v' aoronio nnu a iuko or U i gnocto
ouU mimiiu. i, ilni,i c,, .,i ,f
I it ,v , . viiw viiLi ui
l"u ""'"""ion to tho otlior.
uio HrnnVW... rr.,';... ...-. ii. . i ..
) means bcilWT. m.... ..h ..r .
lru r,,.....l". - ' MUUyor. 101
1. .T1 -v. tlint with I inni.
woman XL 'uli ..''f "I di.loyal the
I .. . . .. -w.n uuBineai nml .,.,..,..
her power often has n ImmsoUr.onal
advantago over tho faded and weary wlfi
uvuuuiiju u.i wiuiiiuuu ana weary wlfo
K MUU u) "our tno vorv
mo 01 nor 1110 ior ner children and her
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1871.
HIS MODEST LITTLE SPEECH AT WHITEWA
TER WIK.ONSI.NHE IS IN Tilt II AND
OF HIS COUNTRYMEN.
F.-omo Wapalch to tho Now YorkS.in.
Fellow-Citizens or AVisconhini I
am nmong you simply for recreation nnd
fulflllmont of lectufn ongngomenls. I nm
pleased to sco you nil, nnd nm deeply grat
ified at this evidcuco of your good feeling
toward mo. Homo of tny friends nt tho
East have said that I nm nn unsuccessful
politician, in that 1 havo on sevornl occa
sions been doCsatcd for public ollico. It
is very truo that 1 havo been defeated, but
I cannot sny that I very deeply regret it.
l am satisueu wuu my 101 at present, nnu
shall bo perfectly content with what Prov
idence sends mo ic tho future. If it shall
ploaso my countrymon to advnnco mo to
nyplaco of profit or honor. I will accent
u ior 1110 goou 01 my country, tlio need to
roiorm many ovils into which wo navo
fallen. "Wo are becoming reckless in our
administration of tho covornmcnt. "VVo
aro making Innovations, nnd breaking Into
timo-honorcd custom in a way that bodes
no goou to our continuod prosperity."
ORDINANCE NO. 12.
Be it ordained by the city council of
the city ol Cairo.
Section 1. The city assessor filial',
ou the Grst Monday of April in each
nnd evcrv year, or as soon thereafter as
is possible, proceed to examine and as
sess all property within tho city subject
iu tuxauuii, nt its casn valuation, nnu
shall make out in suitable books a list
of all such property, which list shall
contain, in scparato columns, the name
ot the owner, it known, a description
of the property, the value of tho tracts
or Jots of land, tlio value of tlio im
provements thereon, and the aggregate
value of each tract or lot and the im
dec. J lie assessor is authorized
to demand of every person owning or
having chargo of any taxable property
as agent, guardian, trustee, or otherwise,
a list of such property with such de
scription as will enable him to list and
assess the same, nnd shall have the
power and is required, when not satis
fied with such lisf, to examine the party
under oath touching the same.
&EC. 6. If any person refuse a list
of their property as aforesaid, or to tes
tify under oath concerning property be-
ongitig to mm or ner, or unuer ins or
Ler chargo, or deliver a correct descrip
tion of their property at tho office of the
assessor or city clerk, within ten days
after such demand shall have been
made, or wilfully omit any such prop
erty from the list furnished by him or
ner, ttic whole property belonging to
or unt' e charge of such person
shall be ..sscsscC t toublo its cash maik-
Sec. -1. If the assessor find property
within the city, the owner of which is
unknown, lie shall apply to the county
recorder for the requisite information,
and take such other means as may be
in his power to obtain the same, and
failing in this he sln'l mark the prop
erty as that of an owner unknown.
Sec. 5. If Jhc assessor Ehall find any
property taxable hut not assessed in
.some previous year, the samo shall be
assessed for each year in which it was
not assessed, and the assessor shall cole
the same upon the assessment.
!sec. 0. It bliall be the duty of the
assessor to make a full return of the as
sessment of all the property within the
uity.by the tirst .Monday ot -'lay in each
year, to the city clcrk,which said return
shall be laid before the city council
couveued in joint session at the meet-'
ing thereof for tho examination of such
assessment; but the time for the return
of the assessment list may be extended
by order of the city council so con
Sec. 7. Upon the delivery of the as
sessment lists as aforesaid, to the city
clerk, it shall be the duty of the mayor,
forthwith to call a meeting of the city
council in joint session to hoar nnd de
termine all appeals from the assessment
of the assessor and to concct all errors
that may be found in tho lists ; notice
of such called meeting of the said city
council shall bo published at least ten
days in the newspapers employed to
publish the ordinances ol the city, and
until such meeting, the said assessment
lists shall remain 111 the city clerk s ol
ficc, open to tho examination of any
person interested therein.
SEC. 8. It shall be tho duty of the
assessor to attend such meeting of tho
city council, and furnish all the infor
mation in Ins possesion in relation to
any property from the assessment of
wlucli any appoal may bo taken to the
city council for correction or change.
hKO. '.I. All persons who consider
,. , :...i t... 4i. .
iouiiiocucs iiKUunu 111 1111; asrunniiioiu
of their nronertv. nmv nnnenl to (ho
city council, couveued in joint session.
tvery such appeal Bliall be in writing,
nnd shall Rpccify tho reason of the ap
peal nuu tlio matter or tiling complain
ed ol, and shall be presented nt tho
meeting of the c.ty council called as
aforesaid to hear uud determine the
samo, undat 110 other.
hKC. 10. rlho city council, when
convened for tho purnoso aforesaid.
Bhall hoar and determine all appeals iu ii
, . "v
"4wluary 1 n"u correct any error
I whlnli tlino .tin. licnn.m- .1...
i vj wii u uoscaa-
meui nsts, aim may place upon such
usia auy assessable property not already
listed, and may iucrcaie or diminish
any assessment as thoy may think lit.
ur lliY ruier tno same baclc to tlio as
sessor and collector, with instructions
I A - 1 ,t
10 rcviHo auu correct mc namo
. nuu tno assessment lists
'iavo t)C'oa cectcd and revised, au or-
"or api n. ig tlio samo shall be made
i rj ........ Kv u.MUU
by tho .duty council, and tho list
snail bonieuiu tho city c ork's offico.
rn ;i n . "
V "uv" """i1 P?ni W an or-
" Tu"u ,uu"n , 1,10
u luy "ucu num or
.m. nf mnin a i. .1 i
i n uiut vi iuvuuj uii uittj MU ULUlUUa bUlU
ciont for thn norr-ml
1. ... J ' I.IIIW.
tarnrs nro hv l.n nirv plii.rloe m,iU.
i.i i. i,"..;.i it.... .1
i-vu iu uu iu.ku, nub v'Avveuiiig lliu nu
taxes aro by tho city charter author
, In ,,, . ., nni nrnM, nn I ,n
; r ' '""I ""r" h '"V""'
pcrcciitago par icularly specify
1 1I1L' nil! lllirnouru tnr uhwli inn iinmn
aro lovied; and make an order dircotiug
u warrant to bo issued for the collection
Sec, 12. Upon tho recclnt of tho n.
scssmont lists, tho city clerk shall ro
cord tho entuc iu an appropriate book
A.r that purpose, mid make out nnd do
liver to tho City Trcnsnrnr m.tl rnllnni.
or a fair and comjilcto copy oftho samo,
with tax. assessed to ench individual
cnrrictt out 111 n separate columu, u id
tnko'hlsofiicial receipt thoreforc, and
charge with tho full amount of said as
pcssmeiits. Skc. 151. It shall bo tho duly oftho
col'cetor to collect all warrauts for tax
es which may bo placed in his hands
for collection which warrants together
with copies of the corrected assessment
lists shall bo delivered to tho collector
for collection within thirty dnys after
the filing of the corrected lists, unless
further tunc for this purpose shall bo
given by ho city council convened in
Sec I I. Upon tho delivery of tho
warrants for taxes into tho hands oftlio
collector, it shall be hid duty to give
notice of tlio fact by publication for ton
days in each of the papers printing the
ordinances of the city, notifying nil
persons to pay tho tuxes asi-esseu against
them within twenty days from the dale
of said notice.
Sec. 15. If payment be not made
within thirty days after the first
publication of said notice, the collector
shall proceed to collect the same by
levying upon tho personal property of
the dcllnqucut found within the city,
nnd selling the same within ten days
after tho levy in tho same manner in
which constables arc by law required to
scll properly taken by them under exe
cution. Sec. 111. On tho first Monday of
August, in each year, or as soon there
after as practicable, the collector shall
make out n list of the lots and tracts of
land upon which taxes remain unpaid
and from whom due. and apply to the
county court of Alcxaudcr county for
judgment against nil such delinquent
premise.'-, ns by law is now provided iu
such cases where the state and county
taxes remain unpaid, and shall, upon
receipt of a precept or order of sale
from said county court, then proceed to
sell the same in the samo manner as is
provided by such general state law or
in sncn oilier manner as may be provi
ded for by law, and the county clerk
shall for his services, in entering up
such judgment, and issuing such pre
cept or order of sale, receive the same
compensation us is or may hereafter be
allowed by tho general stnto laws for
similar Ecryices, which, with tho costs
of advertising, shall be tho only costs
for which judgment shall be taken. If
no one bid on any lot offered for sale,
the samo shall be forfeited to tho city,
and shall bo thus marked on the books
of the city clerk, and at the assessment
in the following year, the city clerk
shall have power to carry forward tho
forfeited tax upon tho assessment list,
and in caEc such premises aro again
forfeited, shall at the next ensuing year
again carry forward the whole amount
of the forfeited tax, and so on for five
Sec. 17. Within ten days after any
sale, the collector shall make out iu
duplicate a minute and specific report
or statement of the sales madu by him,
one copy of which he shall cause to he
recorded in the recorders ollico ol
Alexander county, and the other to bo
filed with tho city clerk, who ehall re
cord the same in a suitable book for
tho inspection of all parties interes
ted. Sec. IS. The city clerk, from such
report, shall certify to the city council
the gross amount of the taxes assessed
on any and all lots sold to the city at
any tax sale as aforesaid; and the collec
tor shall be credited with tho said gross
amount of such forfeitures ou the books
of tho city treasurer, and nlso for mon
ey or city scrip paid into the treasury
by tho collector arising from Kales to
Sec. 19. Whenever real estate kIiuII
have been sold for taxes and forfeited
to the city, and shall be again adver
tised for sale for the taxes of a subse
quent year, the collector shall stato in
his advertisement thereof, not only the
amount due for the year iu which he
advertises it, but also tho amount of
taxes for which it was previously forfeit
ed to the city, with tho costs and inter
est, which will be duo thereon at the
day of tho salo ; and any individual
purchasing such real estate at such sale
shall, beforo receiving a certificate of
ins purchase, pay the amount bid at the
sale at which ho purchases, and also
the amount previously duo the city
as stated by tho collector in his adver
Sec. UO. Tho right of redemption
11 all cases from sales for taxes shall
exist to the owners, their heirs, cxecu-
iuin ur assigns, 10 mo same exiciu as is
allowed by the laws of tho state iu all
cases ol sales ot real estate for taxes, for
Stato and county purposes, on the pay
ment 111 1110 legal eurroncy.01 tlio United
States, to the county clerk, ol'doublo tho
amount for which the samo was sold,
and all taxes accruing subscriucntlv
to tho salo, with interest and costs.
whereupon he shall givo to the party
a certificate, under the seal of tho coun
ty reciting the salo, purchaso and re
demption. Skc. 21. Money paid to the county
clerk in redemption of real cstato pur
chased at a tax sale bv an individual.
shall be paid by tho said clerk to tho
purchaser upon his applying therofor
and producing tho collector's certificate
of his purchaso, und indorsing thereon
a receipt ior tno amount.
or.u. ii any property sold ns
aforesaid bo not redeemed within the
timo aud in tho mauncr aforesaid, tho
city , council iu joint session convened
shall, upon tho return of the certificate
of salo, or proof of its loss and contents
and n lurthor compliance with existing
laws upon tho subject, d rect a dnrd to
bo oxoeutcd to tho purchaser, undor tho
corporate seal, to bo fcigued by tho
mayor or presiding officer of tho city
council and countersigned by tlio city
clerk, convcyiug to such purchaser tho
premises so sold, which shall recite
substantially the amount of tho
year for which it was assessed, tho day
and year of tho sale, tho amount for
which tho real cstato was bid off. n full
ticseripuoir incrooi, anu tho uanio ot
1 . .. ..1 n . .. '
Sec, 211. Deeds to nronortv mav bo
made to tho Uoldor of tho. eertifioato of
purchase, when said certificate has been
transferred in writing by tho original
purchaser of any real estate.
Sec. 2.1 It shall be tho duty of tho
collector, when taxes arc paid to him,
to rcecivo therofor cither tho legal cur
rency of tho United Stntes, or city
crip or orders, ns prescribed by tho
charter nnd ordinances of tho city and
to give his receipts for the Haino. and to
mark iu his books by whom paid oppos
ite tho number of each lot.
Sec. 25. Whenever it becomes
necessary lo sell Iota or lands in the
city of Cairo, for tho non-payment of
assessments levied for street improve
ments or sidewalks or crosswalks, tho
provisions of this ordinance as for as
applicable shall apply thereto.
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ITS CUBE AND ITS PBEVENTIVE
BY DB. J. II. b'UHENCK, M.D.
JM.'l.nJk'lnmn,'c,ff,'s, Passed ry for whose
death there was no other reason than the neglect
id known nnd IndlBputabtirpruvon means or cure.
1 hosp near nml dear lo family and friends ani
s eeplng the dreamless slumber Into which, hod
they calmly adopted
IIU. J08E1UI II. KCIIF.NCK'H SIMPLE
and availed themselves of his wondtrf nllrerflcs
elous medicines, tlier would not have fallen.
Dr. Hchenck has In Ida own cose proved that
l"'.r.Vc.r.,ufflnt Tlu!'l: remains" that vital
llr, ttjr his medicines and his directions (ur their
use. Is quickened Into healthful vigor.
, J f. ' ttcm n t thoro Is nothing presump
tuous. Totho f.ith of the Invalid Ts made no
represe nutlun that Is not a thousand Umes sub.
suntlated by living and Tlslblo works! "he
Jlieorr of tho euro liy Dr. Hchenck's medleines
Is as simple as It Is unfailing, its philosophy r"
vmcfng 0 ,lrgumln, u ' self assuring, solf -cou-
2'.h? lw' Tonle and Mandrake Pills are the
5rjf.5,wo. eap.;ns with which tho citadel of the
malady Is asulled. Two thirds of the casie ol
cjjnsuraptloii orlglnato In drsuepalaand lune-
iJl,.nilr,,n'iti'.ri1,,.rel'lTr- WKh;thls wndltloo
the brunch al tubes "sraaithlie- with the
stomach. Thcr respond la the morblnc action
?.f','. Uti':, "'.then comes Uio culmlnailng
The Ifandrake Plllaaro rompotedof one of Na.
Iiire a noblest lfta-iho PodoVhiliuni Peltalun!
Ibeyposiei; ail lhblo.Hlearchlng. alterative
properties of calomel, but, unllko calgmel, they
"LEAVE NO BTINO IIEIII.ND."
The work of eurelsnowbeKlnnlnr. The villa
ted and mucous deposits In the bowels and In the
alimentary canal are ejected. The liver, like
cltfck, la wound up. it arouses from iu torpid
ity. Tlio stomach acts reiponslvelr, and the
paUsnl begins to reel thai bo Is getting, at hut,
"A" HUPP1YV OF 00D DLOOD.
Th Bea-weed Tonle. In conjunction with the
rills, permeates and assimilate with the food,
thyltncatlon la now progressing without IU pre
vious torture. Digestion becomes palnleis.and
the cur Is seen to be at hand. Thcro Is no tauta
flatulence, no exacerbation of tlio stomach. An
appetite set In.
nuwoomes in vreaiesi mood raniur ever ret
Ivsn byan Indulgent father to suffering man.
cuoek Palmonle H rm n n .m-s tn ir. nrrnm
lu function and lo hasten and compleu tha
cur. It enters at onco pon iu work. Nature
can not.be ckeaied. it coUacts and ripen the
Impaired and. diseased portions of the lungs.
In lb form or gathartnis. It prepares thm for
expectoration, and lol In eery short 01 the
tnslady I vanquished, the rotua thron that It
occupied Is renovated and made new, and the
patient, to all the dignity of regained v lgor.il ps
forth to enjoy the manhood or womanhood that
GIVEN VP AH LOST.
Th Mtond thing Is. lh patient unit sUy In
warm room colli they get well 1 it u almost Im-i
possible to prevent taking cold when the luogs
are diseased, but It must be prevented or a cure
can not be effected. Irish air and riding out,
especially In this section or tho country, In the
tall and winter season, are alt wrong. I"h Til
clans who recommend that course lose their pa
tients. If their lungs are badly diseased! and yet,
because they ore In the hoo.e they roust not
It down quiet : they must walk about the room
as -much and as fast as the strength will beir, to
getup a good circulation of blood. The ustlenu
most keep In good spirits be determined to get
well. This has a great deal to do with the appe
Ute, and Is the great point to gain.
To despair of euro after such evidence of It
possibility In tho worst casts, and moral cer
tainty in all others. Is sinful. Dr. hchenck's per
sonal lalemenl to the Faculty of his own cure
was In these modest words:
" Many years ago I was In tho lost Uurei of
consumption 1 confined to mr bed, and at one
time raj physicians thought that 1 cuuld not lire
a week 1 then, like a drowning man catching at
straws, I heard of and obtained the preparations
which 1 now offer lo the public and they made
a perfect cure ot me. It seemed to me that I 1
could fuel them penetrate at whole sjstom.
Tbey on ripened She matter In mylungi, and
I would spit up more than a pint of offensive
yellow matter every morning fur a long time.
" At soon a that began to aubslde, mr cough,
fever, pains, and night sweats all began to leave
tne. and my appetlto beenmo so great that It was
with difficulty that I could keep from eating too
much. I aoon gained my strength, and navo
grown In flesh ever since.
I wa weighed shortly after my recovery."
added the Doctor, "then looking like a mero
skeletons my weight was only ninety-seven
Kundsi mr'preseiit weight Is swohundred and
enty-flve (2U pounds, and for years 1 have co
Joyed uninterrupted health.'
Dr. Schenck has discontinued bis professional
visits to New. York and Uoston. He or his son.
Dr. J. H.ttehenck. Jr., still continue to sec pa
tients at their office. No. li North Hlith Wrest,
Philadelphia, every Saturday f rum a.m. to 1 r.M.
Those wno wish o thorough examination with
the llesplromeUr will bo charged 16. The He
ptromeler declares tl.o exact condition of the
lungs, and patient can readily Ivara whether
they are curable or not.
The directions for taking the medicines are
adapted to the Intelligence even of a child, fol
low these directions, and kind Natnre will do the
rest, excepting that In soma cases the Mandrake
rills are to be Uken In Increased doses t the
three medicines noed no other areompanlmenu
than the ample Instructions that accompany
them: First create appetite, of returning
health, hunger Is tho most welcome symptom.
When It comes, as It will come, let the despair
ing at once be of good cheer, tloodbloodatonce
follows, the cough loosens, tho night sweat Is
abated. In a shurt time Loth ot these morbid
symptoms are gone forever.
Dr. fchenck's medicines aro constantly kept In
tens of thousands of families. As a laxative or
purgative, tho Slandrako Pills are a standard pre
paration I whllo tho l'ulmonlo Syrup, aa a cure
of coughs and colds, may lie regarded aa a nro
PhyUctvric ugalnel consumption In ay of IU
l'rlco of tho l'ulmonlo Syrup and Pea-wee.
Tonic, II JO u Imttle, or ilJii it half dosenv Man.
drake Pills, ti cunu a box. For sole by all drug
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