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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1882.
Mayor N. B. Thistlowood.
TrcttMurcr-T J. Kertb.
CliTk Dennis. J, roley,
iJountelor--Wm. II. (lllbert.
Marshal-L. II. Meyers,
ittorucy Wllllau Hendrleki.
UUAHO Of ILUBHMIH.
first Ward - Win. Mc Hale. T. M . Klinbrougb.
second Ward- Jesse Ilitik'.u, (!. N. Hughes,
Third Ward-Il. K, liiake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Cbarlea 0. loiter, Adolph Swo-
'i-lfi'h Ward-T. W. Halilday, Ernut H. Pettlt.
Circuit (,'lerk-A. II. Irvin.
County Jtntr'S t- H Voc.irn.
County t'ler-S..I. Hemm.
County Attorney J- I'unn.h.
County Treasup r-Mllea W. t'Hrr.
Sheriff -John llodgee.
Coroner-H. Fltxecraia .
County Cnmnl"li)ii.im-T. V . Halilday, J.
ibbs mid Peter Naup
t lltO BAI'TIi T -(.'.imor TmilU rid I oplar
irets; if;u' t.lu( llr-t ud tturl Sundays Hi
, n m.iulli, It m "d 1-" "' l,rV,r el
j fbamday, ?:vp. mi Sunday school. :. .io
K Hov. A. .1. HESS. I'nitor.
pencil OF THE llBDKKMKH-mCylicot)')
.Fourteenth stret ; minday 7:0oa m.. Holy
.,, l,arl-t ; :: a. m., Sunday boot ; '1 "J a.m.,
ornlns Piayers, h:jii u. m.. Evening Prayert. F
:iv. ur'., S T. 11. Hector.
Hi:'"' MISSIONARY HAPT1HT CHUKCH
' i-y '!.'.! at li:ana. n.., a p. m.. and T:i p. m.
.,i ,h school t Mp. to Ue. T. J. hborei,
l. l HF.ltAN-Tnirti-eHih etn.c-t; sc.rvun Sab-
i.nti, 1 :s a . m ; Sunday school 2 p. ui. tier.
n: i ":, past !
. , ii, ,T,i w t K'.rt.ih and Walnut stroets,
ltl Preaching Sehhatij ll-.tJOe. in. and7;:y p. m.
W ... 1 e, Ufitrntl
inday .v.uool el a.'xip. m. .'
lltr'-HVTEHIAN -Eighth street: preaching on
S&i.bath at Jl:Ki a. m. and 7:) p. m-; prayer
v. tti.i: Wednesday at 7:) p. m.; Sunday School
a i m. K li. V. Geuue, paetur.
, ..n.ii l. n. rit,,ltri Corner ('rod
in, I Walnut streete: service Sabbath 10:3i
Mtndsv School at i p. m.; f ri i'. m-
x,t-rj day at b a. lu. IUv. O'Uara, l'noal.
r t, . Tli WL"U Umn f't I, nl ir I CftrtlUr N II t b
b nn-i-t and Wafbtniftou aviic; airrlMi hah;
ilb a and l'l a. m., a v u.., "
,). in. aurv1cf every day at a. m. KeT. M-mtcTson
K. R. TIMK CARD AT CAIRO-
ILHSOISCENTKAL k. r.
tmKI HSPiUT. TBaWtABRITi
Mail S:05a.m tMall ,
4:i ft a.ni
ecimrdatlon.il :M m 'Kipre ......
:;Xpr8 S:Wp.m I Accoindatlon
MI-H CENTRAL K. K.
..4.15 p m
Mall 4: a m tMall .
ST. L.4C. K. K. (Narrow Oaue )
"inresit l'l-.iSa.m I EiprM f .sip.m
rcoia aailon. I : j p.ra -nviu r
KT.L . I M 8. K. K.
U'coin uauon. :pu itahuiu
WA HASH, ST. I.OCIS PACIFIC K'YCO.
Mill Ei.... 4 4-ivmrMall LI....
Daily except hunday. T uatiy.
MOBILE OHIO B. I:
.Jl :"R a. in. I M ail . . . . :50 P
....:0)a, ra. KipreM :Wp
T. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
ExprcM and Mall U-aren Cairo, veft day except
ur.ilav.it 10:25 . m. Arriv,. 4::p. . .
Accommodation arrive, at 12:06 p. ra. and Oe
arta at 1 : m.
M.W A I) V F.UT I S KM K S TH .
tr i l- T t mil i il
Walnut St., near 12th.
SUMMER TERM, from July 5, 12 weeks
IK ALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
fl'ITION FOU TERM
Coimiioti School, Academic and Commercial
1 1 ION It V F I .( ) V I ), 'l'oin'hor.
Q.EOU0E II. LEACH, M. U.
Plnvician ami Surrooii.
u......iut utr.,ti..n iuiI, I in thn ITominriitltlc treat
iikiiI ofmiritlcul illuaiin, nnd diinunei of women
and rblldruti. , ,
Ollln-: On Hth ulreet, ojipoKltn tho Poft Omce,
JJH. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFKICB-Klgtitli Street, near Comr rrlal Areime
JK. K. W. WUITLOCK,
Orrtoi No. 13(1 Commercial Avenue, bitweon
aanm ami ninth ritreeu
AFTKH THE FLOOD TLIK
FIItK, BUT TUB FLAQ
MORTON. hBHoponednlnlu the Davli bulldtug on Sixth
treet, with a full stock of
Now Furniture of all kinds
and U prepared to do
at rwinonalilo rate.,
KAFKLKi take a chance In
the Uncut book eae In tlm city, or a handaoim bed
room iiit.ornno mldo hoard. Artlnloa now on !
bttiltlnn at bit talui rooms. Will he ruffled a. toon
at tickets are dlxpnoed or, or money will bo returuod
VB UIM A CAliti
While other Baking Powdert are largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
has been kept unchanged in all it 3 original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
it3 !,uving received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analzed it, frot
its introduction to the present time. Mo
other powders show so good results by the
true testthe TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKIN3 POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Loula, Mo.,
asafkrtaran f Tui Oma, Or. PrlM'i KpMlil
Ulararlai LKratu, aa i", PrlM'i Cali rtrfuau.
rpie Cairo & Mound City
:FA KET TCO,:
SSUA. K S AFFORD a
W. II. MOORE, Mwter.
From "eptember 5!h until further notice will
make trip. a. fohowe :
I,eave Cairo at 7:30 a. ra., 1100 a. m. and 4:30
Learei Mound Cltv at 8:30a. in., 1 :'i0 p. m. and
6: p m.
Can h encged for ex'.-nreloni any evenlnz after
rjHECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Or Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking1 business
pSTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cilro, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THOU. W. HALIilDAY,
(AIR0 CITY FERRY CO.
On am! after Monday, JulvSI. ami until further
notlc-.the ferryboat lvliree State, will run a near
aa poMlbleon tne followlnj; time table:
MaTIi I.IAVH LliTV
Foot Fourth it. MlPiourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld j.
.ii . 1 '
6::i0a.m. 7:0Oa.m. 7:3" a.m.
H')0 " 9:00 " SUM) "
10:l " ll:t " 11 : "
2:00 p. m. S::Kip. m. 3:Wp. m.
Leave Leave I,eav
Font Fourth ft. Kentucky Ld'R. Mlnonrl Litmrg.
4:00 p.m. 4:,Tip, m. 0:10 p.m.
Ou la.tirlplonvlngKentiKkv I nrnllng at 4:'10o'clock
. ... . V... ....I, ....... 111.. I.. II.. I... M..I.I.... 1...M.
p. in., IH" nuai wm k' I' nirup i oinv, iiinnuiu , u-
neotlon with T. A St. L. piiMonirer train for Cairo.
Flrattrlp at:30 a, m. leavlnn Cairo, Will connect
with T. St. L. train leaving Cairo.
1IIK REGULAR CAIRO ANT) TADUCAn
HENRY B. TAYLOR Musler
GEO. JOBE8 Clerk
Lriivea Piidticah for Calm daily (Sunday eicopt
ed) at 8 a.m. and Mound City atl p m. Return
log, Lea vet Cairo at4p, m. Mound. City it op. ra
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY IIY CI1A8. CUNNING-
9:30 P. M September 7, la-'J
S'pteinber, October. November.
I'ork $ Jl 30 11 HO
Wheat 9 VI 'i Wt
Corn 'in?! Kt (i'i'i
Oata st a-j?j
lii:30 P. M.
Pork l (.V $
Wheat M'i WvSV UBS
Corn 70S1 Wl'i W
Oats 33!S Wi
1:0) P. M. Clni.iiii!.
I'ork J1 (19 15
Wheat ft"', MS y:!S
Com 7'S B7S ti-.'a
On l a Wya'fi'ii Si'i
W. F Lambuix, r!v:?r editor of i'iib Huu.Ti-l
and "iiamhott pi'.en.-er a.-tit . Orders for all
kind. of fttea'nViat Job trintins aollcltcd. O.'llce
at I'lantem Hotel, No. 54 Ohio levee.
HTAOES OK THE 1UVKU.
The river niRrkfl by li. gauifo las evon.
ing at 4 o'clock at this port 14 feet
9 inches nrvl rising.
Pittsburg, Sept. 70 j. in River 3 fuel
1 iuchfcb and falling.
Cincinnati, 8ipt. 70 p. m. River Yi
feet 8 inches and falling.
Louisville, Sept. 7 G p. ra. River 10
feet 00 inches and falling.
tJNiishville, Sept. 7-0 p.m. River 6 feet
0 inches and falling.
St. Louis, Sept. 70 p. m. River 10 feet
3 inches and falling.
The Gus Fowler as tbiial will report
hereon time this evening and leave on
time for Paducah at 5 p. m.
; The Jas. W. Gaff passed up from Mem
phis for Cincinnati at 8 p. m. yesterdty.
She had a large passenger hut light freight
The City of Providence for Viekshurg
arrived from St. Louis yesterday morning
at 10 o'clock and departed at 12. She bad
a moderate trip.
The Vint Shinkle for Memphis is due to
The Golden Crown has an immense trip
and leaves here this morning for New Or
leans. Passengers going south by river
can procure tickets of W. F. Lambdin,
The Paris C. Brown for Cincinnati, ar
rived at 7:30 hst evening. She had a
light Ireight but an excellent passenger
The Hudson will report here early this
morning for Paducah and Shawneetown.
Judge Coleman of the Illinois Central is
terribly worried because Captain Joe Fowl
er gave us the ageucy for his boat. If we
make a better agent than the Cclonel, we
can't help it, because it is natural. The
Col. left for Paducah last evening via Gus
Fowler, to prevail on Capt. 'Joe to rein
Fits, Fits, Fits,
successfully treated by World's Dispensary
Medical Association. Address, with stamp
or pamphlet, Bufulo N. .
A Dangerous Cigar-Lighter.
Street hawkers have lately taken to
felling a "magic cigar-lighter," which
are calculated to tlo much mischief. As
any student know?, the affinity of sodi
um for oxygen is so great that it will
take the coveted element from water
with such rapidity as to cause itto burst
into flame. The new lighter is a thin
strip of sodium, a fragment of which,
when placed on the end of a cigar and
touched with water, burns with great
Few of those who buy tho littlo vials
of lighters are awaro what vials of wrath
they may turn out to bo if unskillfully
handled. The burning sodium will
make an ugly wound if it comes in con
tact with the skin, which is likely to
happen from tho npultoriiig way it has.
A sweaty tinger is enough to set the
thing ablaze, or a sweaty pocket, should
the cork of the bottle chance to come
out. As the lighters are bought chielly
by the ignorant, who are taken by the
f 'oming miracle of producing tiro by tho
.lirect action of water, it is. a wonder
;hat no serious accidents with them
have been reported. The traffic is not
one to be encouraged. Sdcntijia Annr
A western circus-manager arranged
to have a wax baby dropped from a second-story
window in every town which
liis show visited, just in time to bo
caught by one of his athletes. Tho per
formance was successful several times,
and crowds wont to see tho hero of tho
rescue until tho newspapers exposed
Oscar Wildo Trumped.
Sealed one balniv afternoon on the
vonuula of Mrs. ifowo's residence at
Newport, Oscur Wildo was heard to ro-
niark to a lady who was present:
"Strungo that ft pair of silk stockings
should ho upset a nation;" whereupon
a well-known gentleman, sitting a littlo
romoto from thn poet, mtiltcred sotto
voce; "It isn't the silk stockings; its the
calf that'o In thorn."
! A large car factory is to bo established
t Danavillo, ttft.
When stock U poorly cared for it al
There are G.OOO.OOO square inches to
nn acre; in a bushel of timothy seed
there are .)i),(i(io,iioi) M-eds, or nearly
seven seeds to a square inch,
(Jood roads arc evidences of civili.a
tion. and a true index (if the thrift and
vublio spirit of those seeiiwiis which
I hey 1 rave
After the bloom is oil', fodder corn bo
comes daily a poorer article of food, its
best time being just when the tassel ap
pears. The stock breeder of whatever kind
of stock, to reach the highest ueeess,
must have good pedigrees with good in
dividual animals, ami must give per
sonal care to their management.
Tho Michigan Horticultural Society
reecntjy resolved that the grounds
about a country school house ought to
be at least one acre in extent and hand
somely huM out, ornamented with trees,
shrubbery and llowers.
A law has been pulsed in North Car
olina similar to those mi the statute
books of most of the Northern States,
providing that the owners of stock shall
be responsible for damage done by their
animals, thus practically prohibiting
grazing on the highways, swamps ami
other unfciiceil hinds.
Horses slobber frmn eating clover.
An exchange says: This is annoying,
especially in the driving horse, but the
remedy is very simple and easy at hand,
consisting of a head of cabbage fed to
the horse just before using him for work
or driving. It is cheap and effective.
S. F. M., in Farm and t'ireaiik, gives
this remedy for lice on stock, which he
claims is neither dangerous nor disa
greeable) in its application: "A brine of
common salt, as strong as it can be
made, rubbed in thoroughly, so as to
wet every hair on tho animal, will de
stroy not only the lice but their eggs;
and it is not dangerous, as is the kero
sene or arsenic, nor unpleasant, like the
sulphur and lard. A pleasant day is
best for its application."
The Massachusetts Agricultural So
ciety has arrived at the conclusion that
salt has a tendency to cheek vegetable
growth, yet thereby increasing the prod
uct of grain. Therefore, if it checks the
growth of grassy liber it must hasten
maturity, and wheat salted will ripen
earlier with a stiller straw and, natural
ly, more grain. On the other hand, tin
salted wheat would give more straw and
less grain, while ripening later.
Discussing the German method of
planting potatoes, with amplo distance
and with eyes under, so that tho stems
shall grow widely apart, a foreign cor
respondent asserts that it not only saves
in seed, but produces more and" better
crops. Often in England, he says, a
dozen tubers are used where one'only
would be enough, but it is dillicult to
make some new gardeners believe it.
Potato-growing has been the object
of a curious experiment just completed
in England. A pound of early potatoes
was taken and allowed to sprout freely.
From each potato a sprout was broken,
and potatoes and sprouts were planted
in separate rows. Both grew well, and
the following is the result of tho exper
iment: From the sprouts, which weigh
ed in all half an ounce, five pounds and
live ounces of sound potatoes have been
obtained; nnd from the pound of pota
toes live pounds four ounces, showing a
slight balance in favor of the sprouts.
The sprout potatoes were the more reg
ular in shape and the earlier in growth.
Ground millet -seed is excelleut feed
for bogs. It has a nutritive ratio of 1.
5. 4 that is, 1 of albuminoids to 5.4 of
carbo-hydrates. This is a good fatten
ing ratio, and it will depend upon tho
relative price of corn whether tho two
should be ground together. Half mil
let and half corn, ground fine, will make
a better proportion than corn alone.
The pork will have a better proportion
of lean and the pigs will be healthier
while fattening. Ground millet will bo
found a very appropriate food for grow
ing young pigs, giving them a largo
ami more muscular frame.
cossfulb they overdid the matter. Three
times his wife asked Biirney to put up
tho window, and three times he gave
her a very surly reply. The last time
he was so savage that the bride, forget
ting for an instant that his roughness
was only assumed, allowed the tears to
spring to her ejes. At this instant a
gentleman silling in the opposite seat
arose, stepped over, put up the window,
and then looking r.iiriiey fair in tho
eyes, he said:
"Sir, you are a brute. No man with
the lea-l spark of honor would act to
wards a woman as you have done to the
lady sitting by your side."
"Sir," said liurney, springing 1o his
feet, "who are you addressingi1'1
"I'm addressing you," said the man,
lirmly. "You are a big mar., sir, but
you are a coward, and if I hear you talk
to your wife again as' you have talked,
I'll break your jaw."
"Yes, and we'll help him!" shouted
four men, springing to their feet.
Alarmed at the sensation they had
succeeded in creating, the newly-married
couple kept remarkably quiet until
they reached New York. At the hotel
lliu'tiey again overshot the mark. His
conduct towards his wife was so surly
that he attracted the attention of three
divorce lawyers. Scenting a probable
job, these birds of prey presented their
cards to the bride, nnd tried to per
suade her thatshu'ought to get ailivorco
nt once. The handsome room-clerk also
Hynipalhized deeply with tho wife.
Finding her alone, ho urged her to get
rid of "that brute of a husband" by
eloping with him.
The last experience satislied tho pair
with trying to imitate old married peo
ple. As quickly as possible they got
away troni that hotel, and during tho
balance of the trip they allowed the
warm ardor of young lovers to assert it
self, regardless of what the world
might my.riUladclpliia Sunday Mercury.
I Potter Palmer's Trotters.
Speaking of horses reminds me of
story I heard lately of Potter Palmer,
the Chicago millionaire. Palmer is a
native of Greene Co.. N. Y where hit
brother Aiken and several members ol
Potter's family reside. Aiken is a bit
of a horseman, in a rustic way, but
knows nothing about thoroughbreds.
Sometime sineo Poller spent a fc
weeks at Durham. Ho brought w ith
him a span of splendid trotters from hi
Chicago stables, and they were much
admired. A smart young groom loot
cd after them and used to drive the fam
ily to church ami to tho village occas
ionally. Aiken fairly itched to get hold
of I he reins and drive the team, jtist once.
l'utUr. observing this, warned him, and
said: "Aiken, you may know a good
deal about country horses, but thoso hre
not quite in your style. Better not
One dny tho family had ju.it returned
from a short drive and the team was
hitched outside in the road, tho groom
having gone to the stable for a moment.
Aiken, at the window, saw his oppor
tunity. He ctnio out, jumped into the
elegant 51. -00 wagon, and confidently
grasped the reins. The finely-trained
animals immediately responded, and oil
they stalled down the road at a rattlinq
gait. Aiken wasn't used to such accel
erated motion, nnd began pulling; but
the more he pulled the quicker they
flew. He put his whole strength into it
and pulled for dear life; but the team
only swept on faster. The gait waster
ri lie. As they ncured a sharp curve in
the road Aiken's heart leaped to bis
mouth. In a moment more crash!
went the vehicle against a high bank of
earth, throwing Aiken out, uninjured,
but smashing the carriage to flinters.
Tho horses stopped as if by electricity,
and very luckily without a scratch. A
few minutes later Potter, who had ob
served his brother's wild freak and had
followed with the groom on horseback,
rode up. He looked an instant at the
wreck, rubbed his chin, and, turning to
his crestfallen brother, slowly inquir
ed: "Say, Aiken could you tell me
about what time you made coming
around that curve?
Aiken has never touched a thorough
bred since. Xtui York Star.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
G O. PAT1ER & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth (treet O.tittn Til
Commercial Avenue ( V-illll 111
FL0UP GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Whant.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
OA 1 1 tO, HjI jS.
F. ItltOSS, Premdent. I P. N KKF, Vice Prva'nt
II. WELLS, CiiHhier. T. J. Kerth, Aas't cash
F. Drop Cairo I Wllllum Kiute. .Culm
I'eierNell' " Wllllum Woll.... "
C. M OKterloh " I C. O Patler "
K. A. liudur " II. Weill. ..
J. Y. Cleracon, Caledonia.
A GKJj ERA'. BAN KING tlUSINKSS DON 12.
Exchange xnld and bouiiht. Interutt ptld it
the HaviOKK Department. Collection mudu ami
all biisinosM promptly attended to.
ID Stoves 33
No. 27 J) 8th St.
B Tinware. B
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 docs 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.
Mal.irij once having laid Its
hold upon the human frame, the
door of the iv.iem ii thrown open
to nervous uitcae. The body
weak and enfeebled abtorbl no
nourishment, but tubiittimt upon
Itself, the digestive organs no
lonecr perforin their functions j
the liver become torpid, and other
organ failing 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 fevr,
Urown's Iron Hitters is highly
recommended for all diseases requir
ing a certain and efficient tonic; es
pecially indigestion, dyspepsia, inter
mittent fevers, want of appetite, loss
of strength, lack of energy, etc.
Enriches the blood, strengthens the
muscles, and gives new life to the
nerves. Acts like a charm on the
digestive organs. It is for sale by
all respectable dealers in medicines,
price, f I per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other.
CPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICri. SPECIAL
O W Alt KANT NO. 'i0.
Public notice Is hereby given that the county
court nl Alexander couuty has rendered Judgment
lor a apeeiul a-tnaiiicin tiinu property neui'litleo
by the foliowlunimprovemeut, viz: tJravellnn a"d
paviug etreete to-wit: Mvth etreet frou Ohio
levee to Conm erelul avenue. Commercial avenno,
from Sixth to KHilh hi ret" n. Kigali street, fiom
Commercial avenue to 'ah otft n avenue, aa
will more fullv appear Irom the certified copv of
tho Judgment on tile in the olllre of the clerk of
the oily of C'nlro; that a warrant lor the collection
of ucli aeseeememn Id in the IiuikIk of tne umler
glRred. All permnm iuteri eted are hereby untitled
to call anrt puy the amount uHHexeed, at the collec
tor's ofhVe at tho Alexander County Hank wlihin
thirty daya from the da;e hereof. Dated thin 2nd
dayoftiept. A. 1). lsW. THOMAS J. KEHTH,
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
WAItUAN T N(). M.
Public notice Is hereby jjlvcn thnt the county
court of Alexander county ha rendered Judgment
for a special aHfesmuuut upon property benefitted
by tho following Improvement, vIk: Coiietrticilon
Ac. of oideHitlks lu front of lots No. l,'JHto40
inclusive, lu block Hi city. Lois No. aa to S7 In
clusive In block 75 city, l ota No. '.'S to 30 Inclusive,
In block 211 city. Lot is, block i and lot 1, block 3
city. Lots 1 to 8 Inclusive, blork 51 city. Lota 3,
10 to -M Inclusive, Hi block :i:l First addition. Lota
8 to 14inc)utve lu block S4 First addition, as will
more fully npnear from the certified ropy of tha
Judgment on file in the nlllce of the clerk ol theclly
of Cairo; that a warrant for the collection of sncfi
assessments is lu thi hands of the undersigned.
All persons Intercut are nerehv notified to call and
pay the amounts aHsesscd. ill the collector's office
at the Alexander Cmiiiiy Hunk within thirty days
from the date hereof. Paled tills 'Jud day of Bept. .
A. U. 1SHJ.
THOMAS J. K K ii 111, Collector,
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
WAltltAN'T NO. fp'J.
rubllc notice Is hereby given that the county
court of Aleiitndcr county has rende.ed Judgment
for a special nescisincnt upon property heimilitod
bv the following Improvement, vlx: Construction
of sidewalks ,tc. in front, of lots 11. ID, 11, I I to 111
Inclusive, block 1. Lois I, 3h ;!1, t!7, v!!l. .'Id, III, and
:Vi,lu til o-k Lots l to ri lnclu-lc. In block M.
Lots H and 7, hlock M Luis ill to 'i inclusive, In
block Lots Jl to JS Inclusive, hlock '.".I. Lots
ii.'i to S'J Inclusive, In h.ock 7 '. Lots 1, at to 4i In
clusive, lu block JV First addition. Lois 1 to 8 In
clusive, In block in city. I.ols I, ti, 7, B, 1), 10, 15, to
'il inclusive, in hlock pi Klrst addition. Lota 4,
T.andS Mh :;) inclusive, lu hlock IS First addi
tion, Lots 1 to 11 liic uslve and M to 21 Inclusive,
in block n Kirs addfllou. Lots 1 and 8, block 17
First uddlliou. Lois I, a: toll'.' Inclusive, block 'ii
citv. Lots 7 and H. bloc t ti. Lots III to '.'1 Inclu
sive, In block Ki clly, ns will more fully appear from
the enrolled copy of the Judgment untile lu the
olllre ol the clerk of the i n v ul Cairo; that a war
rant for the collection of such asses nieiils Is lu
the h nod" ol the undersigned. All p rsons Inter
ested ere herehv noiiild lo call nnd pay tho
amount a assessed, at th collector's ollic.) at tha
Alexander County Hunk within thltty dins fnro
the date uuruof Dated this Jed ilav of Sent. A. 1),
lrs'2. THOMAS J. Iv E lit H, Collector,
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
WA Hit ANT NO. .',.'!,
Public notice Is hereby given that tho county
court of Alexander C'Uiniy has rendered Jiitlginetit
for a special assessment upon properly henelltled
by the following liunroveineiit, vlf.i Construction
ofsidewalksln front of lots No. 1 tori Inclusive,
In block"" First .addition. Lots No. 1 to 8 Inclu
sive, In hlock Tii Firsi luldlllou. Lot No, 1 in 8
Inclusive, In block 7 Fourth addition. Lota No. I
to 8 Inclusive, In block s Fourth addition. Loti
No. 1 to S Inclusive, In hlock Fourth addition.
Loll, hlock lu Fourth addition. All lota fronting
Washington avenue, In block 11 Fourth addition.
Lots 8, ! and 10, block SJ First addition. Lots 1,
IS and 17, block IIJ First addition, as will more
fully appear from the certified copy ol thojiidgment
on file In the odlce of tho clerk of the c ty ol Cairo;
that a warrant for the collection uf such assess
ments la In thn hands of the underslgued. All
persons interested are hereby nollrled to call and
pav tho ainouuls assessed, at the collector'! olllco
at the Alexander Cnuuiv Dank within thirty days
from the date hereof Dated this linn day of Sept,
A. I). 1HM. THOMAS J KEHTH, Collector.
CPKCIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
O WAKKANT NO, 54.
Puhlln notice is hereby given that tho county
court nf Alexander county has rendered Jutlg ntut
for a apodal assessment upou p-opcrtv benefitted
by the following Imnro unieut, via: Construction
Ale. of sidewalks In front of iota No l,)l, Rtol7
Inclusive, In hlock 10 clly and lot ltl, block l city,
as will mora fully appear from the certified copy of
the judgment on ilia in thn olllco of lbs clerk of tha
city of Cairo; that a warrant for the collection ot
u.h asscssmeMs Is In tho hands of the under
signed. All persona lnleroted are hereby nodded
to rail and pay tho am m til s assessed, at the col
lector's olllca at tha Alexander t'ouuty Hank with
in thltty days from tha date hereof, lifted thU
ud day ol Sept. A. I. Ml. ,
THOMAS J. EE KTH, Collector.