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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLIN0I8. SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER " 3, 1882.
Vayor N.B. Thietlewood.
Triirr T. J. Kcrtb.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
t'oiitiHiilor VVm. li. Ullbert.
Mrhal-L. H. Meyer,
Attorney -William Uetidrieka.
HOiW or ALUIHKIM.
Kiret Ward-Win. Mc Halo. T. M. Klrabrougn.
rtiir-xinil Ward-J Iliukle, C. N. Uui;he.
Third Ward-li. F, Make, John Wood.
Knunh Ward Charloa O. I'atler, Adolph 8wt
""r-l' h Ward -T. W, IlalUday, Until B. Pettlt.
Circuit J'ltliTO O. J. Baker.
Circuit Cleric A. H. Irvin.
County Judiee K. Yocum.
County Clcra 8. J. Ilnwm.
Coaiity Attorney J. M. Dainrnn.
Comity Treaanrcr Mile W. Parker.
Corouer K. Fit.iforald . ,
Counly Commissioner T. W. Halllday, J. a.
(Jlhli. mid I'uler satip.
t Al K1) H VI'TI s p. Nrne.r Tenth and Poplar
;,lrau; preaching nretaod tUlrd Sunday. In
fhinuutu.il. tn. and 7:40 o. to. ; .prayer meet-
IICKCU Of TUB KKuKBMKK-Kalscopal)
Kj Kouru-etiih trit; Suuday 7;iwa ru.. Holy
Ku.liari.t; W :. a. tn , Suuday r-hool ; U ,0 a.m..
Morning Prayers. : p. m., Evening I rayara. F.
p.nrt, T. U. Hector.
tNK.Vl MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHCKCH.
r I'r. ' titi.K al Ki (i a ... 3 p. -. and T:So P m
.I.m.i i. ...tool at 7:i p. B Kev. T. J. Snore,
f tiHKhAN-TUIrueutb trct; tnnii Bab
m U'h l:f) a. m ; riuuday choollp.m. Kav.
KTIlolUhT-Cur. EUiitn ana nnum
M I'Machln, Rabhalb l:ui m
3Mi4v School at .!: p. tn. Iky
au4 7:i p.m.
J. A. hcarrelt,
PKI.nilY'i'lJKIAN-ElttbUi tre,t; preaching on
K,.t..tb at a. m aud 7:9) p. m.; prayer
m-t! Wedneade; at 7:?Hp.m.; Huaday Schaol
at ft p m. Kev B.Y. Oeure, pator.
Cl,.lu.l'H s--.Hou.an Caibollei Corner CroM
C5 unl Walnut itrwU; .ervlcea Sabbath 10.8fi.
ii.; H ,imikv rtcbonl at p. m.; Vespera J p. ra. : lor
nrei every day at a a. in. Iter. O llara, 1 riot.
I'ATItli'K'H-f Roman Catholic) Corner NtnUl
0 str-ret and Waabiniru.n aveuae; aerjlee Hab
oa:n H and 10 a m ; Vesper 8 p. m. ; I Snnday Scttoo
1 p. m. aervteea every day al a a tn. Hey. Mammon
K. . TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTKAL H. K.
tiuim niriBT. tiui ''"'T,
t all 8:W a m 1 1 Mall 46 a.m
1 1tcotnMation.lt :I0 a m Klpwaa... 'J:J"-
.... 4:.Vi a m t.Mall 1:p.m
.... 10:15a m I tKipriM 11:)a m
L.C. H. K. (Narrow Oaiu-e )
Actom-datlon. 1 : p.m I Accom'datoln MM p.m
... . . . . .
b r h . i . - a- n-
BTPr- il:'p.m I tKiprew........ 2:SJ ' P m
fccom nation. :p.m 1 1 Aceom'dation. 11:45 .
WAIUSH.8T. LOI H PACIFIC B'T CO.
4 i Ki . I : vm I Mill Bi.... l:)P-m
Daily except Sunday. tUa".
MOBII.P. OHIO H K
Mail 1:05 a. m. I Mwl
gxpivii fi:'Jj m- I Krpre
H:WI p. ra.
LOUIS & CAIKOR.R.
TKAINS HUN AS FOLLOWS.
Kxt.r'M and Mall leave. Calro.rv.-rr day
Boiidav. at W.-X a. m. Arriv.a 4:35 p. tn
Accommodation irrivca i is. v
parta at l:i p. tn.
Walnut St., near 12th.
SUMMERTERM, from July 5, 12 weks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
Tl'ITION Pf)H TKRM
Common School. Acartomlc and Commercial
II KN It V FI..O V I), 'lW hcr.
QEOUOK II. LEACH, M. I.
Phvrfioiau and Surgeon.
Hpoclal attention paid to the llomonpathlc treat
m.'iit of urlcul dltae, and dieK of women
oillc: On'lItU atruet.oi'ponlto thu t'oit Olllce,
rjR. W. 0. JOCKLYN,
I) K NT I ST.
UI FICK-ICiKhth Street, near Cotnr err.la! Avenou
!l. K. V. WHITLOCK,
DFiiui-No. l.'Ml Oommurclal Ayenne-, bitwion
Birhlh and NltitH Hi rem.
AKTKH TIIK FLOOD TUB
I' llttC, HUT TIIK FLAO
STILL FL KM,
liRo4.iiUualnlilllie lvl hillldlllK on Hlxlh
mteet, with aftill attii k of
NiuvFtiriiituro ol'iill kiridn
mid l prnprireil In do
at riiial)1 raliw. ,
tho Bnoat hook emu In th oily, ni hiiilomn Imd
room nit, or line aide board. Artlelea iinw on n
uii.i.i.,., .i i,i. ..i.. will da r.mnil a. 0011
a tlckot a aro dlaponed of, or money will ba ret ii mad
OIVS HIM A CALL.
. FLOUP GRAIN AND HAY
HiirheHt CiiHh Price Paid for What.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KU & CO..
Cor. Nineteeniu etreet I
Commercial Avenna I
PROPRIETOR OP BPROAT'S PATENT
in I co.
ICF PY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N,WELI
CKED FOR 6HIPPIN0
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
rjMIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Ulinoi).
71 0UI0 LSVEB.
A Geueral Bankiuj busiuess
TIIOS. W. IIAI.L.11JAV.
INTKKI'KISE SAVING DANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THOa. V. IIAI.I.IIJ AY,
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
if K It K Y U O AT
THREE 1 STATES.
On .nil .ft sr Momlav. July 2. and nntll further
notlo '.thu rrrybot fhree Statoa will run as near
ax po.elbloon the following; time table :
ma vie Li.vaa li.vii
Foot Fourth at. Mlaaourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld (.
MX) p. m.
7:o a. m.
1 i :: "
Fool Fourth st. Kentucky Ld'. Mlsaourl Land'i.
4:oo p. m. 4:;to p. in o;iu p. m
On last trip leaving Kunturkv I andlnu at 4 :30o'clock
p. in., the boat will ro to Itlnla i'olut, making con-
IieCTlOn Willi 1 . Of ni . Hi inr.tillKiT irnu. liir vnuw.
First trip at U:U0 a. m. Inavlnit Cairo, Will connect
wltQT. Dl. L. train iitavinit vairo.
TUB REGULAR CAIRO AND
1 1 It N It Y E. TAYLOR Muster
OKO. JOflES Clerk
I.rav Paduoah for Cairo daliy (Sunday! except
rtfliai ea rn, and Mound City at l p m. jiemrn
In'. Leavea Cairo at 4 p, ra. Mound. City at .6 p. tn
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY UY CIIA3. CUNXISO-
9:30 I'. M. September 2,
I'ork $ 'IW
Corn 74 tU
urn : ;m
12:30 P. M.
Pork a 1 TTi i 01
Wheat ! :Csi
Cora Tiii 1H
Oata :is W
1:0) V. M. Cloflug.
Pork 9ii H" 1M SO
V heat W'4 r;
Corn 7'i'i 71'
Oats 0yt 31
NEW YORK, SKPT. 2. mi.
Wheat K. W 1 10 tl 15 No 2 lied I ll'
Corn No. 2 tfj'iic
W. F L.kbiiim, ri?r editor of 'hx Bum.tii
and Uta.nboii pai.en,'er a ;Ut Ordera for nil
kinds of iteatuhoat job priutini; solicited. Olllce
at Planters note!, No. 51 Ohio lovee.
HTAOES OF TUB KIVKlt.
The rivr ninrked by the gauges las even
ing at 4 o'clock hi this port 10 feet
10 inches and stationary.
Pittsburg, Sept. 2 fi p. m River 4 feet
9 inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Sept. 2 G p. in. River 14
feet 10 inches and rising.
Louisville, Sept. 20 p. m. River 7
feetO inches and rising.
Nashville, Sept. 2-G p.m. River 7 feet
0 inches and statinnary.
Ht. Louis, S"pt. 2- G p. m. River 10 feet
7 inches and rising.
The Hudson leaves here early this morn
ing for 8t. Louis, Captain John Griffith in
command. For passenger rates see W. F.
The City of Buton Rouge arrived yester
day morning from St. Louis at 10 :U0 with
a good trip for the lower Mississippi. She
departed late in the evening.
The Ste. Genevieve from Memphis ar
rived yesterday morning at 10 with a good
trip for St. Louis. She departed at 11
The fine steamer W. P. Ilalliday from
New Orleans passed up fr St. Louis yes
The U. 1'. Schenck arrived from New Or
leans last evening. She had an excellent
The Paris C. Brown from New Orleans
is ou her way up for Cincinnati.
The Cons Millar will leave hero em her
tintrin from Memphis to morrow. She
goes to Cinocinnati, and W. F. Lambdin,
agent, will ticket passengers through at
The new steamer Will S. Hiys will be
complete by tho 1st of October, but if
there is not a rise at Pittsburg she will
lave an opportunity of laying over for
some time, as it seems the universal opinion
ef steamboatmen that a very low stage of
water will prevail throughout the present
The Jas. W. Gaff is diw this morning for
Memphis. For a pleasant trip with a crew
of officers that are noted for hospitality,
no boat that travels the western waters can
surpass the Gaff.
Tho City of Helena from St. Louis for
Memphis passed down yesterday evyuing.
She had a good trip.
Tho J. II.Hillman is tho new and com
plete lightdraught steamer due from Nash-
villo this evening, and will leave here on
her return trip to-morrow morning at 10
o'clock. Captain Tom Galligher is in com
maud. The Ohio continues to admit the largest
boats to travel with big trips. The recent
rains helped navigation very much.
Tho most inspiring scene (if the season in
river circles, wai tho handsome group of
Anchor line Bteamers lying at our wharf
yesterday. The W. P. Halliday, City of
Cairo, H iton Rouge, and City of Providence
were in port at the samo time and Beicme'l
to bo doing some business.
"I am now ready to lay down my bun
dies." So said a laboring man, who, for
longvonrs had toiled to support his family,
and had becoino reduced in health. Ho
now Bays that Hops vnd Malt Bitters has
made bun a new man.
A Coujrlu Cold or Sore Throat
shemld be stopped. jNoglect froquentl re
siilti in an Innurublo Lung disease or on.
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Trexihos do
not disorder tho stomach li ko cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on tho lnuam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief m
Asthma, Bronchitis, toughs, Catarrh, niul
tho Thro"t Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have boon
recommended by physicians, and always
givo perfect satisfaction. Having oeen
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generatmn, they have attainod
well-merited rank among the few staple
romodies of tho age. Bold at 25 cents a
MEM WOMEN AND BOOKS.
EDITKD IN TUB INTEREST OK THE CAIRO
Mrs. Helen Runt Jackson, "II. II." is en
joying the summer at Stnta Btrbara, Cali
fornia. Mrs. Burnett, the noveltist, is now in
Mrs. Constance F. Wbolson, author of
"Atine,"is writiug a novel at lkden Bid
en. Those who enjoy the gams of chess will
probably be interested in "Stanton's Chess
Player'' in two volumes, in the Bohn edition
received from London some time since.
It will be well to mention in connection
with this, that in a list of
books lately reccommended for summer
reading, among the new books, several not
lately received, were mentioned : since tht
time reviews ef others have been given,
as the catalogue was published severalyears
ago it was thought advisahlo to men
tion the books in this way
M enable patrons of the library to send
for books when not convenient for them to
Bright Days in The Old Plantation
Time. By Miss Hus Banks. This vol
ume contains a series of sketches forming a
connected story of southern life in the old
days before the war. It is evidently a rec
ord of personal experiences which glow
brightly in the author's memory, and have
become clearer and clearer in
all .the years that have past since planta
tion life was broken up never to bo the
samo again. Of course no plot is needed
in such a book, scenes are vivid an I the n ir
ativeis peculiarly bright. Tho auMior in:ro
dici'S the darky 'intellect with an eau that
must have grown up with her in familiar
ity with the plantation "quarters." It is a
very interesting volume and will be grvatly
relished by all who knew the life it de
scribes and the scenes it so vividly portrays.
Tbe author hails from "Bankston, Farm,
GrdBn, Georgia," aud her voice from the
old southern home gives no uncertain
A correspondent of the New York Eve
ning Post denies the denials of Mr. G. P.
Lathrop and his wife in regard to "Dr.
Grimshawe's Secret." "I have seen parts of
the manuscript, and read from it. Nothing
essential in the first announcement is to be
changed, except th it the 'statement as to
the completecunditiou of the weirk bhould
not be made so strong. The develope
tneut of the story is about complete, but
Hawthorne would probably have written
several chapters to finish the book. Per
sons abroad, who have heanl parts of it
read, are of the opinion that it is one of
Hawthorne's ablest and most characteris
tic works. What has been said about
the bad chirography is true, theiugh tho
statement about Hawthorne s dictation to
his wife is not. It is a close, compact
manuscript, with numerous words not ens-
ly decipherable by an unfamilliar reader.
and the whole must bn transcribed for the
printers. Mr. - Julian Hawthorne is in
clined not to take any notice of what the
public say. He will give the novel to the
world, confident that it will bo its own
vindication. All that he will authorize to
be said at present is that thu explanation
eif what has been published lios in the fa;t
that there tire two manuscripts wnich are
coufused with each other. One consists of
fragmentary notes, with hints of the plot
of 'Dr.Grimshawe's Secret.' tho other is the
novel elaborated in detail, from which the
publication will bo made, ami whose exist
ence is unknown or forgotten by tlioso who
confound the ono with the other.
We learn from the London Times tint a
copy of a work printed by Caxton, being
the English version of the celebra
ted French medieval romance
of the 'Four Sons of Ay mm'1
has been for some time known by minute
Caxtonian scholars to bo in existence in
Earl Spencer's library at Althrop. In de
fault ol tho printer's name, tho place, or
the date, the period of A. I). 1490 Ins
been assigned to it as an approximation.
No either copy is known to bo extant, and
its scarcity may bo estimated by the fact
no mention of it occurs in the pages cither
eif Ames's "Typographical Autiejuitien," or
of Dihdin's ."Bibliographical Docaiuunm."
Imler these circumstances t ratity, even
the mest fragniintary occurrences of tho
"Four Sous of Aymon" isnn event calcu
lated to move the whole world of biblio
graphy. Three leaves, or six pages eif this
work have just como under observation,
which have eiwcd their perservation, to
havo been used as part of tho binding of a
volume bearing a later date in the fifteenth
century than tho "Four Sous of Aymim"
The gteat .value eif Mrs. Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound for all diseases
ed w- men is demonstrated by every day
experience. Tho writer of this had ec
nision to step into tho principal Fharmacy
ol a city of 140.000 inhabitants, aud on in
epiiry as to which la the most popular
proprietary meelicine ef tho time, was an
swercd, that Mrs. Pinkhaiu's Vegetable
Compound occupies a moat conspicuous
place In tho front rank of all tho remedies
ol this class now before the public Jour
Tbe Human ITair.
"Ym," said n St. Louis b irber in an
swer to a epiestion, "there are a good
many curious things about tho hair. I
suppose you believe, ns most people do,
that freipient shaving will mako the
liuir grow on your face. That is not so.
T iis-t think of it for a minute and try to
explain to yourself how scraping your
faeo with a razor can put new hair roots
in your skin! ' What shaving doe do is
to inereasH the thiekrifs of Iho hairs al
ready tin-re -not their number. In this
way frecpiciit shaving makes the beard
s mie what thieker. But at the Harm?
time, of course, it makes It, coarser. A
V')unr freshman with a little down on
Iiis upper lip might spend his entire
time Miaving hiinelf and he could not
start the growth of a single new hair.
Tin beard is not nearly so troublesome
trj take rare of as the' hair of the hnd.
The beard is so much smaller and thin
ner for one thing. There are about 2!I0
hairs to a quaru-rof a square inch of
surfaco on the scalp, and tuily forty
bain to the quarter inch on the chin.
Some of the hair follicles on the scalp,
particularly at the back eif the head, aro
often turned the wrong way. making
what seiirio barbers call a 'cow-Jie'k.'
This gives a man heaps eif tremble, but
it can bo cured. Frequent brushing is
tho only way to remedy it.
"Hair dye's,1' he went on; "oh, yes, we
all have to use them nioro or less. I
generally make my own, but 1 cenild
buy just as good, though they weitilil
ct meire. If you take any half dozen
of the standard dyes you will find thev
are all substantially the same. Nitrate
of silver ami sulphur do the business.
But there is not nearly as much dyeing
ed the hair nown- thero was a few years
ago. (Jray hair is nioro fashionable,
and it is certainly prettitsr than dyed
hair, which can always bo eleter.U'd. ne
matter how well it is done. The turn
ing gray eif the hair is no sign of any
loss in its vitality. It is caused by a
weakening of the coloring vessels, that,
is all. Tight hats e-aiise grayness, ils
well as baldness. There is something
mysterious about the hair. I havo stud
ied it raivfully, and for a long time,
and 1 have come to consider a man's
hair as something almost superior to
the rest of his beiily. It is nearer im
mortal at uny rate. 1 have seen hair
taken from a coffin that had be-en buried
for eivnr forty years, when all the rest
of the body had disappeared. Not emly
hud it grown long and thick after the
death eif the body, but it was-still grow
ing. Each hair seemed to have a life of
Pins for "Woman and Children.
A sensational article headed "A Child
Swallows a Pin" is going the rounds of
tho prcas. Well, what of it? Is it the
first tine that a newspaper reportiT dis
covereel that a child could sv.i'low a
jirj? Why, I know of a little girl living
in the eastern part eif the city who never
passes a day in her life wilhout swal
lowing a pin or two, ami yet slm is i tin
happiest and healthiest girl out. An
eilil l.nly informer! nit a short lime ago
that she has swallowed em the average)
a j.aror nf jiin-s per year. A nlie is nigh
six'y years old, this statement uf hers
seems a wee bit extravagant; but pe'r
hajis it's all right. Anyhow, she feels
uncomfortable wilhoiit'having a pin eir
two it! her ineiuth, aud e'ven (sho says)
goes to sleep with pins in her mouth.
Andyt- 1 "ilthy, robu-t, and hap-
py. As no eon can teil where the pins
go to, we take it for granted that a goeiel
many of them are swallowed by woinen
who are everlastingly in tho habit of
kei'ping pins in their mouths. As far
as I can see', pins are a healthy diet for
women and children. Then- are cheap,
and one pin w ill do for a child a week,
while u paper eif pins will keep a full
fledged girl in good health for a whole
vear. A niarned man can never buy
too many pins fur his wife and family.
jt s economy, find ten tunes healthier
t han cucumbers, green apple's aud spoiled
meat. lite liuiuinuui.
Eefl?ction on a Eed Nose.
A stumpy, strongly built young Mil
esian, with a bibulous cotnplexiein and
a bandage around his head, was up in
the JefVersnii market police court, yester
elay charged with being elnink and as
saulting a policeman.
'I'm a s;tliitiiger here, yer honor,'''!
he answered, "an' I ounly arrived on
Suti'lu'. I was eh in' wid the elronth,
mi' ;i. I ki'in up the sheet I saw this
red in,.-,ed iierlieeiiian a stundin' near a
tavern, 'fmod morning, sor,' says I;
'kin ye tell me where 1 can buy a good
glass' o' whiskey?" 'Not ter-day,' says
lie, 'some other day, fur its agin the
law to soil em Sanda'.' 'If tlm bars am
closed,' says I perlitely, 'how elo ye com
thrive to kapet up the color av yerfaee?'
Thin ho grabbed me by the "troth and
Hung me out into the road. 'Come nut
here,' says I, 'an1 I'll wrassle ye over
mo show Ider.' Before I had half a hoult
ou him he .struck mo a lick wid bis club
an' kicked the heels from in tuullier me.
If I'd a had fair play 1 mil havo stud
him on his head."
lie escaped with a fine of $10 and a
month's coinmiliiieiit. AViei I'ork er
altl. Why He Quit Proacliiiig.
I understand uncle Amos, that you
havo quit preaching" said tho se'i'ivtaiy
ed stale; to ail old colored man who for
years has had charge of a church in Lil
"Yes Boss, I'se (stepped H: ide."
"Why diel yeiu qnitP"
Wall, ilar was numerous pressures
brought tor bar agin elo old man. Pa
charged mo wid stealiu' a ham for one
thing and 'viseel nut ter quit."
"Why, they couldn't prove that you
stole the ham couhi they?"
"No sah, da couldn't an ef 1 hadn't
'knolodgod it ela nober would hab prob
"Why did you acknowledge it?"
"Cast da found do ham iiuderniy bod,
It is said that lithographic atone liri
boon found la Baa Diego county, Call
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 13
very little question, but this
opinion is substantiated by
facts. Malaria docs not nec
essarily mean chills and
fever while these troubles
usually accompany it It
often affects the suffcrerwith
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
comes a mere skeleton, a
shadow of his former self.
M.it.iria once having lair! In
hold upon the human frame, the
door of the system ii tlirnwnopcn
to nervon dia!. The body
weak and enfeebled abtorba no
nourishment, but subsisting upon
Itself, the digestive organs no
1'iHRcr perform their functions.;
the liver bee ome torpid, and other
organs f.iiling to do their routine
work .speedily become disordered,
and dissolution and death are apt
In addition to being a certain cure
for malaria and chills and fever,
Erown's Iron Bitters fs 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
eligestivc 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 do other.
wPE; l.VLASSRSSMF.NT NOT1C
' UllliiKrvn .n
Public notice l hereby plvtn that, the eonnty
court ol Ali'iiuiilrr county bus rnndiTi'd J(idifmiit
for a npi'i-lal HHi'mniriit upon property bvneAtUd
by loo loi.owtriiftmprnvi'UH'tit.. vi.: eiravcllnu ard
liiivlnu streets to wit: Mob strwt fro-f Ohio
uv.' to I'om , !( I'll avfimi.. Ciiiitiiirr.UI avnee
bom S'lth to F.iu'lilli rue'i. KliiMli struct, Tom
Commercial n vet, no lo Waxh ni!t"n avenue, as
will more full v M'eurr.mi Ilia certified cop of
the Jiiilmn lit on III... in Hie olllce ef the clerk of
tbe cllv ol i'hIio; Unit a warrant lor tho collection
of ftich aHfnicniH In In the liuiiils of tnn umler
stgC'jfl. AM irmine intercKleil ure hereby notified
to call atel pay tlie amount u.eHed, at iho collec
tor's office at llui Alexander Couuty Hunk wlihm
thirty ilsyc from the date hereof, bated tlila sind
ilayofSoiit. A. D. sH2. THOMAS. I. KEItTM,
sJPKCIAL ASSEMxMKNT NOTICE. SPECIAL
WARRANT NO. M.
Public notice Is hereby given that the county
court of Alexander county h-e rendered Judgment
for aapocini Heimeni upon property bonetlitod
by the followlui' Improvement, via: Construction
Ac. of sidewalk In front of lots No. 1, is to 40
Inc Unlve, In block 'Hi city. Lola No. 3H to :i" In
clusive In block 7.jclty. Lot. No. jSto.HI Inclusive),
III block 'Jficlty. Lot lh, block 'i aud l it 1, block S
city. Lola I to 8 luclii.iv', blork .VI ritv. Lots a,
111 10 'U Inclusive, In b'oekiW hirst addition. Lots
s to l.iincluHivu In block "A r'lr.i addition, as will
more tully appear from tbe reitllled copy of Ilia
J'ldmuent on file in the ollhe of the clerk o( the clly
uf Cairo; Hint a warrant for the collect Ion of such
ssseimmeiit. Is In the hand- of the utldereliined.
All persona Intercut tire Hereby notified to call and
pay tho amounts h-hcxh.-o, ut the col ector'e ofllca
at lh Alexander County Hunk within thirty dy
from tbedatc hereof, liaied this vinel day of Sept.
A. 1). lfsH-J. llluMAM.1. KKIl i II. Collector.
sJl'KCIAL ASMKSS1MKMT MOTI:B. SPECIAL
J W Alt KANT NO. M.
Public notice Is hurciiv iilvon that tho county
court of Alexander county 1ia rendu ed Judgment
lor a special asauoiiient upon property beneiliied
bv the following Improvement, via: Construction
or sidewalks Ac. In Iron! of lot. A, 10, II, U to II
Inclusive, block vM. Lois 1, j ,'Jl, tf, 'M. and
it's, In hlo-k -'. I. ts I to H inclusive, lu block N.
Lots and 7, bloek ISH Lois -Jl to 'JS Inclusive, tn
blce kiS Lots 1 to '.'S neliisivu, block Lola
jti tollneluslv. In b o. k 7 . Lots 1, '.ill to 4n In-
ciMf.VH, in block '.'V f irst addition. Lois l to a in
clus.i , In block 4ii city. Lot. 4, tl, 7, li, , In, !.", to
ill me. -alvii, in block It) First addition. Lots 4,
.,andts is to inclusive, In block IS Urst addi
tion. Lola 1 to 11 me iislvc ami 1.1 lu 41 Inclusive,
In block n Firs' iiildltlnti, Lots 1 an I S, block 17
Klrst addition. Lot. I, sBfnM Inchi-lve. block -I
Cltv. Lots 7 and II. bloc S. Lots into HI Inclu
sive, In block.' city, aswll more fully appear Irom
Ihu cert tiled copy of the ludiiiiieiit on III. In Iliu
iirtlecAif thoclerk ofllie citvof Cairo; that a war
rant for the collociloii of am b asses ineiita Is III
the h inds of tlm iiuilorsiitin d. All n rnons inter
ested are hereby notllbd to call and pay the
amoituts assusseil, at lh i collus lor . olllc.a al tbe
Alexander County Hunk wltlmi tblity days f.'oin
the date hereof. Ilitied Ibis Jml day nl ept . A. I).
1-H2. THOMAS J. K II 1U11, Collector.
QPEClALASsKssMHN T NOTICE. 81 KCIAL
O WAKKANT NO M.
Public uot'ce la hmchy uiyen that the county
court of Ali'xnndercouiiiy liu- rendered Judgment
for a special assessment upon property bunvlltled
by the following liunroveii'.'iit. vl : e'oiistrnctlou '
Sic. of.lde'alks lu front ol lot. No, 1 tor) Inclusive,
In bluck77 First addiiloii. Lots No. 1 to 8 Inclu
sive, In block Trt First addition. I.ols No, I tit S
tucltialvc.tn block 7 Fourth addition, Lota No. I
lo 8 Inclusive, In bloek Fourth addition. Lota
No. 1 toSlnciiislui, In block II Fourth, aildlt on.
Loll, block III Fonrtn ildiLllon. All lot. frontliiK
WaslittiKlon avonne, In b'oek 11 lAuirlh addli'ou.
Lot. H, Hand 10. blin k sj Kir-1 addition. Lois I,
in and 17, blin k IU Fust addition, as will more
full? appear from the certllled copy uMhJiiil(ineiit
em tile In then lice of the clerk of the c ty ol Cairo;
that a wartant lor the lolleciion f sin b assess
ments la In the hundsof the U"d 'rsiunuil. All
person interested are hereby noiltl 'il to call and
pay the huioiiiiIs assess "d, at the i ollnctor'a o 111 re
at the Alexiindor Cnuutv Dink within thirty day
from I lis (tale hereof listed this '.'ml day of fopt.
A. D. ltest THOMAS J K K Ki ll, Collector.
SKKsalKNT NOTICE. Hi' KCIAL
W AH KANT NO.M.
Public notice is hereby clvcti that tho county
court of Alnxandercoiiiity has rendered )tida ufiit
for a special assessment upon p opcrty benefitted
hy the foilowlnu Intpro ement, yl.t Construction
&c. of sliluwaiks In front of iota No 1, 4. filnW
Inclusive, In block 10 clly and lot In, block tloitr.
as will mure fully appear from the certified copy or
(he judgment on H e lit tlio olllce of the clerk ol lh
city ol Cairo; that a warrant for the collection ol
il, b as.vs.niai l. Is In tho hand's nf the under
Ikii.i1. All persona lutereted are hereby notified
to call arid pay tnn am tints asseed, at tba col
lector's ofllca at tho Atvaand'f Cowuly Bua with.
In tlility days front tbe data hereof. UtUidinl
toil day of 8upt. A n. ins ;.