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THE DAILY CAIRO B HLLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1882.
Mayor N. B. Thlstlewood.
Treasurer T J.Korth.
Clerk Drniiln. J, Koley.
UoiiiiI(,r--Wu. it. (Jllbert.
Marshal L. II. Meyers,
boahi) or Allium.
first Werd-Wra.Mcnalo.T. M. Kimbrougn.
Sucoud Ward-Jesao llmkle, 0. N. Hughes.
I'hlrd Ward It. K, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Cherlee O. Patter, Adolph Swo-
"i'l' h VrdT. W. Hallldav. Ernest B. PettH.
Circuit J il dice U. ! Jtakt r.
Circuit Cler-A. li. Irvin.
Coiiiily Judito K. 8 Vocti'D.
County Clera H. J. IIhiudi.
County Attorney J - M. Datnron.
Comity Treasurer Miluk W. Parker,
ehettu lohn Hodges.
Coroner tt. KlinriO . .
County Ooininlsalonork-T. W. llalliday, J-
(Hbos aud 1'uler s'aup.
V!ilO I VITl-iT. tl-iroor Tutli and Poplar
airc-oie; preaching first and ttiird huDdaye Id
etch mourn. II a. T: o. )o.; pryjr meet
tuii rtiurs.lay, 7:p. ni ; Sunday school, M:.W a.m
Kuv. A. J UttiH. Ttor.
nil' KCII OP TUB RKDKKMKitHKr'tscope'i
V. Fourteenth klreet; tsunrtky 7:00k m.. Uuly
KuUrtt; : m., Sunday hool ; '1 .01 a.m.,
Morning lrars; :iip. m., Evnttn Prayere. F
i. itdvcuport, H T- M. cior.
I -, MisMMNAHV UAPTIBT CHCItCH
( fl.tuK at Ifl.Si a. n... l . rn., and 7:30 p. m.
.'..I ,a-.t. school l 7.) p. ni Kev. T. J. shores,
i; i Li; l.A.N -Thirteenth meet; serTluek Bab-
I I fmiti 1 :3 a. m ; Sunday school 2 p.m. Rev.
flu J-l.c, oast )l
MHTIKjIiIST Cor. Blghtr- and Waluut streets,
Prutihti.g Sabbath ll:uue. m. aud7 30 p. m.
,-titid.i ar.uoolat ivmp. m. Kv. J. A. scarrell,
I) ;!.:HVT1KIAN Eighth ureal; preaching on
i-aubatn at 11:U a. m and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
mn-tuu Wednokdar at 7:) p.m.; Monday Bcheol
at 8 p. m. Kev b. V. Oboub. paator.
SI JoF.t'U 8 iKomati Catbollc) Corner Croat
M Walnut ttreu; service Sabbkth 10:fl .
b,; hiindar Hcbool H p. m.; Vesper i p. m.; k-fio-s
every day kt It a. in. Hev. O'Hara. Priest.
ST PATKICK'S (Koman Catholic) Corner Ninth
s-reet aud Washington avena; services Sab
naiU baud 10 a. m ; Vesper S p. m.; Sunday School
t p tn. aervtcej every dk at & a m. Ret. Masterson
U. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K.R.
TRm naPiKT. tbaki bi,'-
Mil , J:0J a.m I tMall ' ."
Accom'datlon.llilua.m Klnn 11:10 a.m
tEiprerk 3:W p m I kAccimdalloB. 4;IS p m
MISS CENTRAL R. R.
tMtl 4 : a.m I tMall :,P S
tExprea I0:l&a m I tKxpre 11.30 a m
ST. L. C. K. R (Narrow Gauj;e )
Exprv'f 10:25 a.m Bipr ,:p ln
rCom'dailon. 1 :' p m I Accom daloln 12:05 p.m
ST.L .. I.Jt. 8. R.K.
ExpreM Il:.t0p m tBiprekk...-- Sp.B
) Accom cation. ::Jp.m I tAccom datlon 11 a.m
WABASH. ST. LOUIS PACIFIC B'T CO.
Mail 4 fci .... 4 45 vm 'Mail A Ex.... B:AI p.m
Daily except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO B. K
Vail .6:05 a. m. I Mail ....8:V)p. m.
KxprvM 8:0) a. m. Expri'M ....-B:5u p. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAIXS RUN A3 FOLLOWS.
Expre and Mall lcavea Cairo. ery day except
Sunday, at lo:ffl a. m. Arriv.k 4 :. p. m.
Accommodation arrlvea at l'J:05 p. m. and ae
parta at l:Jop. m.
CELKCT SCHOOL .
Walnut St.. near 12th.
SUMMER TERM, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TUITION FOR TERM .... $500
TKR MONTH .... 2.00
Common School, Academic and Commercial
HKNRY FLOYD, Teacher.
Q.EOKGE II. LEACH, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ni' tit or mimical dUeasea. and dueisok of women
and children. ,
Office: on Uth ktroet, opponlto the Poat Office.
JK. W. C. JOCILYN,
OFTH'K- Kiishtli HtreM, nearromi- erclal ATnne
U. E W. WniTLOCK,
Orrio No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Ktrbth and Ninth Street
AFTER THE FLOOD THE
FIRE, BUT TnE FLA
lukopeued again In the Davis bnlldlnR on Sixth
ir..i.i uiiih a full atock of
NewFuvnituro of all kinds
and If prepared to do
XJPJ lOI.STKHlNO and Kepalring
.... . 1. 1 n w.lna
RAFFLE: take a chance In
the finest book cao In tbaclty. or a uknakome ouu
room aet, or flue Ulo board. Article now on ex-
ti Ucketo are dlipond of, or money will be returned
V1TJI UtiH tm v
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruitt, with
out coloring, poitonout oils, acidt or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qua.
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
ot the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, Z1L, and St. Louis, Mo.,
akmcf l.apll T-4.1 Cmi, llr. PHm'a (Vna Ballkf
r.vdT, ul Dr. PriM't I alalia rrfM.
W I MA K JE N O 8 E CO N D C RA DE C OO D 8.
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICF BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, W'ELI
?'.KED EOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Special t v.
Our. Twelfth Street aud Levee,
rPUE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. IllinoiB.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking: business
THOS. W. HALLIDAY.
pNTEKI'RISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THOS. W. HALLIDAY,
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE V5 STATES.
n J .ft... f T..U. .11 .intll r.,.tl,s
notlc-.the ferryboat rhree State will run as near
aa poMlbleon ttie following time table: ,
MiTII LBATIS LIATBS
Foot Fourth ft. Mltsoari Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
6:30 a. m.
1:00 p. m.
8:30 p. m.
8:00 i. 10.
FootFourth ft. Konttieky Ld'fj. Mlourl Land'K,
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m :I0 p.m.
Oa last trip leaving Kentuckv 1 andlng at 4:30 o'clock
n, m., the Voat will go to Itlrdk Point, making con
nection with T. & St.. I.. PBkoneor4raln for Cairo.
First trip at H-..10 a. m. leaving Cairo, Will connect
with I . tn- u. train leaving vairo.
UK REGULAR CAIRO AND PADUCAn
HENRY E. TAYLOR Mnalcr
GEO. JOBES Clerk
Leaves Padncah for Cairo daliy (Sundays except
eih at 8 a.m. anil Mound Oltv all D m. R)tUrn
Jag, Learoe Cairo at 4 p. m. Hound. City t 6 p.m.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CI1A9. CUNNING
0:30 T. M beptembur 4, 18'U.
S' pteiubur. Uctobi'r. November.
12:30 P. M.
1:0) I1. M.
l 17 ,
W. F Lavuihv, rlv-ir dltor of i'n Hi!t.t.Ti!f
and tca,-nboit pmna.'er a'-nt. Onlera fur all
klndkof tea:nboat job pnutn aoliclled. 0:llco
at Tlanti!ri Hotel, No. M Ohio levee.
HTAOEfl OF THK KIVKK.
The river marked by tlic gauge las' eveu
iog at 4 o'cIick at this pnrt 14 feet
00 inches and rifling.
Cincinnati, Sept. 40 p. ni. River 15
feet 10 iucht'S and lisiny.
Louisville, Sept. 40 p. m. Rivtr 7
feet 10 iQches and falling.
Nashvijle, Sept. 40 p.m. River C feet
0 inchen and falling.
St. Iouis, Sopt. 40 p. m. River 10 feet
5 inches and falling.
The J. II. Hillman from Nashville dis
charged 108 ton of iron which the Maude
received for St. Louis. The Hillman had
a good trip from Nashville, but was de
tained very much by fog. She left on her
return trip at 2 p. m.
The John S. Hopkins fruiu Evansville
will in the future extend her trips to Cairo
on Sundays. She came down Sunday
evening with a lot of wheat aud returned
at 10 p.m.
The Hudson for St Louis arrived hero
Sunday ni-jbt with a fine freight and pas
senger trip. She iischarged 2,500 sacks of
wheat here, received some freight and thir
teen passencers departed at 11 :30 p. m. for
the Future Great.
In the fire of Sunday morning which de
stroyed the Planters House, Iron Mountain
railroad office, Pacific Express company, &c
we csme very near being swallowed up in
tho Conflagration. "Tho worst f.-stnra of
the whole affair" was the loss of our ward
robe, which was not very elaborate or ex
travagant, but all wo had. However wo
"shake,'' and congratulate on having been
The John B. Maudo from Memphis ar
rived yesterday moruing w ith a stood trip
received considerable freight and passen
gers and left for St. Louis at 1 p. m.
The Jas. W, Gaff from Cincinnati arrived
Sunday uit'ht at 0 o'clock. She had a
heavy trip, discharged 800 bbls of salt for
parties here and left at 6 a. m. yesterday
The popular steamer Cons Millar is due
here this morning for Cincinnati. Cap. W.
C. Tichenor, commands. See W. F. Lamb
din, passenger agent.
The Andy Baum is due here this morn
ing from Cincinnati to Memphis. See W.
F. Lambdin, passenger agent and procure
The Gus Fowler had as passengers yes
terday from Paducah some of the hand
somest and most popular young ladies of
the Plain city, which is hated for its beuu
titul and stylish ladies. Among the party
were the Misses Fowler, .nna Given and
Lizzie Sanders also Mrs. Henry Giyen ac
companied the party. Sho left for Padu
cah at 4 :30 p. m.
The Ste. Genevieve tho U. S. mail parket
from St. Louis this evening going to Mem
The Commonwealth from Vicksburg
passed up for tho Future Great during 4aut
Tho fine steamer City of Vicksburg left
here yesterday morning for the lower Mis
sissippi. The City ot Alton for New Orleans, will
take freight hero to-day, leaving this morn
ing. Mr. M. S. Marlett, formerly chief clerk
of the Richmond llouso at Paducah, has
accepted a position as clerk at The Halli
day, in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. King Hale, of Paduuah,
were in the city yesterday.
Business on tho wharf yesterday was only
Look out for tho Paris C, Brown to-mor
row. Shu is on bur way up from Now Or
leans. Her destination is tho port of Cin
cinnati. Tho Great Industral Expositi on nt Cin
cinnati opuua to-day and tho Cons Millar
will take passengers for tho rouud trip at
$13.00 each. W. F. Lambdin passenger
agent, will supply tickots.
An Arkanaaa Jnntlee who Admlniktereii Turtle
In an Off Hand Manner
(Jcorjr,, YV. MeCown will lon j bo ro
nienilicred us the nio.st chnntcteristlo
judge known to the jmliciiil liistury of
Arkii!i.-:n. Mi-Cown w .-h Scotchman,
of unmistakable pronuticinlion. lie
canio to Arkansas while quite a voting
man and began the practice of law.
Small, adhering closely to Richard's
"half made tip" physical theory, but
with a quick, vigorous, and legally di
gestive mind, Iip attracted ttnirersul at
tention. Shortly after the war he whs
elected, to the position of Judge of tho
ninth judicial circuit, in the southern
part of the slate. His life, written with
close ndliereuen to facts, without oven
the ordinary nourish of the biographer,
would mako a book of curious and or
iginal character. On one occasion, up
on openingeourt at Lewisville, Lafayette
cotinly, he exhibited particular inter
est in regard to roads. "Gentlemen, "
he said, in charging tho grand jury. "I
want you to pay particular attention to
road.s, and to return, an indictment
against even- road overseer who has not
discharged his duty."
When the jury brought in its report
not a .single indictment" had been found
against a' road overseer. "Gentlemen, "
he ,snid with much warmth, "I charged
you particularly to indict road over
seers. You have failed to discharge
that duty. Does any member of the
jury know of a ?ign board in Lafayette
"I know fif one," answered a jury
man. "Who rut it tip?"
"D. E. Conwav."
".Mr. Clerk," said the judge in a man
ner as solemn as his dialect would al
low, "enter up a credit of lift dollars
to Mr. Conway for putting up the only
sign board in Lafayette county. Such
an action is highly commendable and
one which this court most gracefully
"I know of one." exclaimed another
"Who put it up?"
"Sam. Tavlor. '
"Where is it?"
"Out at the forks of the road.'
"What did he put on it?"
"Twelve miles to Lewisville."
"Yes, well, anybody knows that it is
fifteen miles. Mr. Clerk enter a tine of
$50 against Mr. Taylor for inscribing a
lie on a sign board."
Once, during a very busy term of the
court, George P. Smoote, who hud been
a lawyer, but who had reformed and
adopted tho pulpit tw an eminence from
which to spread, persuasive eloquence,
came to town aud announced, with
special invitation to the bar, that he
would preach at night. One of the
lawyers arose and requested that tho
court adjourn at night that tho lawyers
might have a chance of hearing the
"All right," said MeCown. "Mr.
Clerk, enter it upon the record that this
court adjourns to hear the Rev. George
P. Smoote preach."
"lout honor,1' uoiU J Ultge J.HKlQ, WHO
now occupies a seat on the supreme
bench of tho state, arising and address
ing the court, "it is unnecessary to enter
it upon record. 1
"Enter it, Mr. Clerk." continued tho
judge. "I am a Baptist; Mr. Smoote is
a Methodist, and 1 want it entered so
that if be ever falls from grace I'll have
the record on him."
During a session of the court in an
other county, MeCown stopped in the
midst of a trial and began to compli
ment the honorable Mr. arren. ear
ly every oue in the room was drunk,
and the departure did not create the
"Col. Warren," said the judge, "tho
court recognizes in you a friend."
"Your head is level, your honor," re
plied the colonel.
"Tho court remembers with grateful
appreciation your many acts oi kind
ness." "Your head is level, your honor."
"The court remembers that yeaM
ago. when ho was young and friend
less, you took him ir.tv your buggy,
drove him around and introduced
"Your head is level, your honor."
"Tho court recognizes the tact that
you are far above him in ability and le
"Your head is level, your honor."
"You are a liar," exclaimed the judge,
springing to his feet, "1 have forgot
more than you ever knew." Arkunnau
An old monkey sat cozily asleep in a
snug corner, with a friend nestling
against him and indulging likew ise in a
comfortable snooze. Presently ayoiinj;
ekylarker approached them soniewlut!
timidly, and, squatting beside the
friend, sat quiet for some seconds, Ihei
Biiddenly, as if possessed by some mali
cious inspiration, he reached his arm
out cautiously behind the slumbering
friend and gave the elderly monkey a
whacking box on tho ear. He, waking
in just wrath, and unsuspicious of the
truth for the culprit was now bham
ming sleep and looked the picture of in
nocence tlew upon his friend with an
indictment for assault, and chivied hiir.
with monstrous clamor round and round
tho cage, while the culprit sat regarding
them and jabbering with joy. Some
little time after the performance was re
peated, tho old monkey and his friend
Laving settled In the corner, and the as
sault and wrongful punishment occur
ring as before. Onco again tho trick
was tried, but the friend who had twice
Buffered wus shamming sleep this time,
and caught the culprit in the act, and
with the help of the old monkey cava
him a good drubbing, which, indeed,
bo well deserved. All the Ymr Hovml.
This snake story must be true, for the
True KfntHckiitn lolls it. A snake
swallowed three guinea eggs. Thertip
tile was afterwards blown to piccos with
a gun, aud three little guineas Jumped
out of it.
Don't live on tho shady side of the
street; flowers need sun.
Don't live in the midst of gloomy and
dark surroundings; you cannot allbrd
it; economize in some other way.
Don't live in a room with bare walls.
Chromos, heliotypes, woodcuts and
prints are all cheap, and for frames you
may mako them of straw, or "splits."
A cross made beautiful with twining
tendrils of crimson woodbine may sug-
'est that other cross, on which the
lopes of men are placed. A picture of
clasped hands and raised eyes will sug
gest the All-Father, who hears our sup
plications. Pictures of a sunset skv, a
running brook and waving meadow,
land, lead us away into the fresh, still
country, even though the sound of drays
and railway whistles and street-car
tinkling bells be in our ears.
If possible do not have a home with"
out music; let it soften and mellow the
home-life and hold young hearts togeth
er. Don't read books and papers which
suggest thoughts you would not utter.
They stain the soul; they burn the heart.
Canyou thrust your hand into soot and
bring it out white and cloan? Can you
singe your clothes and not have the
smell of tire on your garments? Beware
of books which are suggestive of evil,
though they be clothed in the purple
and gold of fino language.
Don't watch for dishonestv and evil
intention in those around, llold every
man honest until proved otherwise.
Thus believing in others, you will draw
out of them their best, for men, ordi
narily, are their best to those who be
lieve in them. Also keep your i.eart
young and green by faith in your fellow
man, Don't forsake your church, even
though its, privileges are poor. Ser
mons will be helpful influences in your
life. You may only carry away a sin
gle sentence of a sermon, thus: "Make
the best of yourself." The sound, too,
of niusio w ill help to drive away the evil
spirit of your soul, and raise you into a
highpr atmosphere; nearer to truth and
Don't live your life alone, without
forming friendships and love; your na
ture needs love, you were made for it,
and oit natures nerd y. You are
robbing yourself, you are robbingothers,
.if you live like a hermit. Therefore go
out into God's world and live your life
out for others. Youth's Companion.
One of the Malley lawyers described
the mouth of a witness as "stretching
across the wide desolation of his face,
the sepulcher of ruin and the fountain
of falsehood.'' No wonder they got
AbsnrdPy Stupid aud Foolish
to allow prejudice or ignorance to get the
better of good judgement. It has been
amply shown and conclusively proven that
constipation, bad breath, dyspepsia, kidney
affections ami all diseases of the liver,
f-toraaeh and bowels have been cured and
can be cured by simply taking Simmon's
Liver regulator. It is harmless; not un
pleasant and easily procured so there is
no reason t i bo ignorant of a true remedy.
If you suffer, you have no excuse, for this
medicin" p!'""1 certain relief and cure
within ynui ii u i .
Rheumatism, disordered blood, general
debility, Htid many chronic diseases pro
nounced incurable, are often cured by
Brown's Iron Bitters.
tfLOUP GRAIN AND HA
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hle-he-Ht Cawb Price Paid for Whr.Kt.
- VARIETY 8TOKB.
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN T1IK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
a O. PAT1EU CO..
Oor. Nineteenth ftreet p, ,,n Til
Commercial Aveune f vauu III
The Cairo & Mound City
SaiA. B. SAFFOKDStf
W. II. MOORE, Master.
Front "i plcniber nth until further notlco will
nmku trlpn aa follows:
l,eavi'iKC'airoat7;30a. ., U 00a. m. and 4:30
p. in. . ,
Leavea Mound Cltv at 8:30 a. in.. 1:30 p. tu. and
(1:3" p m.
Can t endued for excursion! any evening after
Malaria is an almost in
describable malady which
not even the most talented
physicians are able to fath
om. Its cause is most fre
quently ascribed to local
surroundings, and there is
very little question, but this
opinion is substantiated by
facts. Malaria does not nec
essarily mean chills and
fever while these troubles
usually accompany it. It
often affects the sufferer with
general lassitude, accom
panied by loss of appetite,
sleeplessness, a tired feeling
and a high fever, the per
son afflicted growing weak
er and weaker, loses flesh
day after day, until he be
comes a mere skeleton, a
shadow of his former self.
Mahri.1 once having laid ita
hold upon the humin frame, the
door of ihe ivstem i. thrown open
to nervous diee. The body
weak and enfeebled abtorba no
nourishment, but subsisting upon
Itself, the digestive organ, no
linger perform their functions ;
the liver becomes torpid, and other
organs failing to do their routine
work jSpeedily become disordered,
and dissolution and death are apt
In addition to being a certain cure
for malaria and chills and fever,
Drown'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, (l per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other.
wPE'.lAL ASSESSMENT NOTIC ;. SPECIAL
W A It HA NT NO RO.
Public notice l hereby given that the county
court ot Ali'iutidur county haa rendered Judgment
for a special aei Knieiit upon property benefitted
by the following Improvement, viz: (traveling ad
pnvltiK atreeu to-wit hl-th street fron. Ohio
levee to Com erciul avenue. Commercial avenne,
from S xib to Eighth stree'H. Eighth etreet, f om
Commercial avenue to Wanh ugt- n avenue, aa
will more fullv MpMarlrom the certified copv of
tho jlldtfm nt HI) Hlo in ,k.nlllli uflbu Lltlkut
the oltv of ( alio; that a warrant lor the colloctton
offiirh aakeseruenik In In the bands ,.f trie under
slgrad. All persons interested are hereby notified
to call are pav the amount assessed, at the collec
tor's ottire Hi the AI'iot'i(lnr County Hank within
thlrlv days from the tin e hereof. Hated this ind
dayole,.t. A. O. lsS.. Til O.MAS J. KEHTU,
QrECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
O W A It HAN I' NO M.
Public notice Is herebr glveu that the county
court of Alexander cotl t h a rendered Judgment
f ir a special aseiameul upon property benefitted
bi the folio .vim' Improvement, viz: Construction
,tc. of sidewalks In front of lots No. 1,28 to 40
luc nlva. iu block i city. Lois N". 31 to 87 in
clusive in h ot:k7.icliy. Lots No. to 3(i Inclusive,
In block 2fi Ity. Lot is, block i and 111, blocks
city. Lots 1 to 8 Inclusive h'ork M cltv. Lots S,
10 to 21 Inclusive, In block 3a Kirat addition. Lota
S to 1 (inclusive In block M4 First addition, as will
more tully apuear from Ihe certified copy of tho
judgment on file in the otllce of the clerk of thectlr
ofCniro; that a warrant for the collection of mcu
assessments is in th hand of the underslgued.
All persons Interest are nerebv notified to Cull and
pay the amounts aessi!il, at the collector's office
at the Alexander County Hunk within thirty daya
from the date hereof, bated this iiud day or Sept.
A. I). lsfl'J. iHOMAS J. KKK i ll, Collector.
QPECIALASKSSMKST M)Th!K. SPECIAL
8 W A Kit A NT NO. b2.
Public notice Is hereby given thai tho county
Court of Alexander county has rfititle.ed Judgment
for a special assessment upon property benefitted
bv t ie followln . Imiirovemom, viz: Construction
of sidewalks &c In Iront of lots 0. 10, 11, 14 to 111
Inclusive, block SI. Lots I, S.i.lsl. sr7, .. .14, and
3s in hlo-.k 4'. Lts 1 to S lui'lu-lye, u block &'-!.
Lots 8 and 7, bloek WI Lots Si to itj inclusive, In
blo k 'S Lots vM to -JS ncluslve, luock ill. Lots
ii to ftMuciuslvu, in b ork 7 . I.otal.'.tt to 4n In
clusive, in block 'J7 First addition. Lots 1 to 8 In
clusive. In hloi-k 4ii city. Lots 4, d, 7, 8. H, In, 13, to
21 inclusive, in block 111 Klrst addition. Lots 4,
i, andS ;8to 3 inclusive, in block IN Klrst addi
tion. Lots 1 to It 'lie nslvo and la to 11 Inclusive,
lu block V7 Firs addition. Lots 1 and 8, block 17
Ural addition. Lois I, 2.1 to.W Inclusive, block 24
citv. Lots 7 and II, hloc H. Lots in to 2. inclu
sive, la blockAS clly, aswll more fully appear from
the certified copy of the Judgment ou file In tho
office of the clerk of the cltv of Cairo; that a war
rant for 'be ollecllni of such assns inents la lu
the hinds of the undersigned. All persons inter
ested nru berebv noiin d to call and pay the
amounts assessed, at th - collector's olllc at tho
Alexander Cm. ntv Hunk within thitly das f.'om
the date hereof b-i"il this 2nd day of sept. A. I).
lrH2. TUOM vSJ. KKKTll, Collector.
SPECIAL AbJSESSMKNT NOTICE. SPECIAL
O W' A Kit A NT NO. t3.
Public notice Is hurvhy given that tho county
courtof Alexunderroiin y has ruuoered Judgment
for a special assessment upon property beueflttsd
by the following linoroveineiit, vU: Construction
Ac. ofsldi-viilks In front ol lots No. 1 loS Inclusive,
In block 77 First addition. Lots No. 1 to B Inclu
sive, lu Mock Til Klrst aildltlou. Lot No, 1 t R
lucliislve, In block 7 Fuuith addition. Lot No. 1
to 8 Incliistve, In block h Fourth addition. Lota
No. 1 to 8 Inclusive, lu block U Fourth addition.
Lot I, block 10 Fourth addition, All lota frontlug
Washington avenue, In block 11 Fourth addition.
Lots 8, t) and 10. block hi Klrst addition. Lola I,
It) and 17, block V2 Kirst addition, as will more
full? appear from the certified cony ot the Judgment
on file In theo tice of the clerk ofilie e ty ol Cairo;
that a wan ant lor the collection i f such mess
meutk la lu the hands of the underslgued. All
persona interested are hereby not old to cell and
pay the amounts assess at the i ollector'a ofllre
at the Alexander County Hank wlihln thlrlv days
from the-diite hereof Paled this Vim day of Sept.
A. 1). I8SS. TIIOMAHJ KKKTll. Collector.
OPKCI.lL ASSKKltiKNT NOTICE. SPECIAL
O WAKKANT NO. 64.
Public notice ik hereby vlven that the county
courtof Xlevandercoiiiiiy has rendered Judg nrnt
for a special assessment upon p opertv benefitted
by the following Itniiro emviit, via: Construction
fiC of sidewalKS lu front of ois No 1.2, A to 17
Inclusive, lu block in city and lot 1A, block l city,
as will uore fully appear from tho certified copy of
tho judgment mi tl'e in the otllce of the clerk of the
city of Cairo; that awarraut for the collection ol
tub asseasmoi ts is In the hands of the nnder
ilgned. All persona tntrted are hereby tiotlAsd
to call and pay tne am iints assessed, at the col
lector's olfics at the Alexander Count Hank with
in thirty day. from tits late hereof. Dried this
2nd day of Sept. A l. Ihsi.
THOMAS J . KEMU Collsetof.