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DAILY CAIRO B CJLLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1882.
M iyor-N. R. Thistlcwood.
Treasurer T J.Kerth.
IJvniiia. J, Foley.
CiMiiii'olor Win. li. Uilliort.
Marshal-!.. II. Meyers,
Attorney William Uctdrlckl.
bOABD OF iUllll'
"irst Ward-Win. MoUale.T. M. Klmbrougu.
Second Wurd-Jesse llinkle, C.N. Hiixhee,
ThL-4 Ward-H. K, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charles O. latter, Adoipb Uwo-
""Kiri'fi Ward-T.W. Holiday, Ertient II. Pottlt.
Circuit Judge I). J linker.
Circuit Clerk A . 11. Irvin.
County Judge It. S Yoeum.
County Cler-S..l. llutoui
County Altorney-J. M. Ds-tiroii.
County Treasur. r-Mihs W. I'hmi.
Sheriff- Joint Hodge.
County Commissioners -T. W. Ilallld..y, ' A
liltibs mid I'ctef Minp.
f y Win B V I' I'M T. -Comer roiith and Poplar
I; street; pr.:aculim first aud Cord Suiidus In
lIU'RCIl Of THE HEDEEMKRHKplscopa'j
J Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00 a m., Holy
Ka. lur.t; ): ) a. m .SuiiUay school; lloda.rn.,
Morning Ptyr; v.on p. m., Evening Prayers. T
I' Davenport. 3. T. H Rector.
. !; VtSSloNAllY BAPTIST CHL'KCIl.
I'i ..-Lliukt l.'i:8u. n,.,Sp. m , and 7;3 P- m.
'e!.U sUmol at 7 -.90 p. m Uv. T. J. Shore.
It, l HI. KAN -Thirteenth street; services Sab
t nth 1 a. m ; Sunday school I p. ra. Rev.
K ''i, past T.
MK I HuDlsT-Cor. Eighth and Waluut streets,
Fr-achinc Sabbath ll:ila. m. and 7:30 P-m.
.-utjiJny m-iw.j) at 4:'J p. tn. Rev. J. A. Scsrrett,
liKi'MtYTF.KIAS -Eighth street; preachlafr on
r Sabbath at 11:00 m. and 7 :) p. m. ; prayer
m-nng Wednesday at 7:) p. m.j Sunday School
at a p.m. Rev B. V. 'ieorie, pastor.
C I' JK-'EI'l! S--, Roman Catholic) Corner CroM
O and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:ia.
n -vuiday School at i p m. ; Vespers J p. m.; ser
nr r ever da' at a. m. Rev. O'Uara, Priest.
T PATRICK'S Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O sir.-.-t and Washington avenue; services Sab-Da-
r, 6 and W a. m. ; Vespers 3 p. rx.. ; Honday Scboo
4 ((. m. services every day at a. m. Ret. M aatenton
U.K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.K.
t.i.iv. r.ET-AHT. TIUKARKtTI.
Xail 8 M "
I Mall 4:ia.m
Accom dation.il m
tExprai! 35" P-h i
KxureM U :lo.tn
Acciindatloa. .4:15 p.m
MIS CESTKAL K. R.
4:: a.roMall 5:0p.m
.... 10:15a m tKxpreii 11: a m
. L.C. K. K. (Narrow Oane )
WrA a m 1 Kipr.fd 4:Sp.m
Actom'datlon. 1 :i p.m I Accom'datoln li:0S p.m
T.L . I M. K. R.
ExpreM U::lp.m I tExprr...... 9:W P m
rAccom aaiion. :p.m tAccom dation 11-45 a.m
WABASH. ST. LOLH PACIFIC K'Y 'CO.
tV,ll Ex.... 4:4. vm Mall Ex.... Oi'Jup.m
Uaiiy except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OIUOB. R;
Mail Jli. m. I Mail .:30p. m.
Hxprean .0' . m. EiprcM ....M.':5" P- "l,
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAIN'S RUN AS KOLLOWS.
Erpr-i-a and Mall leave Cairo. every day except
Sunday, at 10:vft a.m. Arriv.a 4:35 p. m
Accommodation arrlvca at 12:05 p. m. and de
parM at 1 :JU p- in.
JJEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THi2 CITY.'
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
U. O. PAT1KU Ac CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth rtreet 1 Pn Til
Commercial Avornef Vttiivr
EOHGE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvrician and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to th llomoopathlc treat
mein or Biirnical diauaBea, und diiearu of women
and children. in
Ulllce: On 11th street, opposite tho Poot onico,
jQU. W. C. JOCELTN,
OFFICE ElRhth Street, near Comr- nrrial Avwnne
U. E. W. WHITLOCK,
OrFtci No. 138 Commercial Avetiuo, hetwean
KKhth and Ninth StreeU
AFTER THE FLOOD THE
FIRE, BUT THE FLAG
. BTILL FLIES.
MOllTON. haaoponodaRftlnln the Davi hulldinR on Blxth
Btreut, with a full stock of
New Furniture of all kinds
and l prepared to do
UJ'IIOLSTJCKINO und lteptitriiig
at rounnnabln rates.
RAFFLE: tako a chance In
the Anent book cae In thu city, or a handaomu bed
room sot, or flue sldo hoard. A'tlcloa now on ex
hibition at bis salus rooms. Will bo raffled as soon
atlckoltarudlspoaodof, or money will be returned
41VK UIM A OALL .
While other Baking Powdert art largely
edultarated with Alum and other hurtful
has been kept unchanged in alt its original
purity and strength. Tho best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its biiing received the highest testimoni
als from (he most eminent chemists in tho
United States, who have analyzed it, frot
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true test the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACIO BAKIN3 POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
luifvUrm Lapalui IhiI Omi, Dr. frit'. jlal
Ilaiorlaf UkhU, u4 Dr. f rl'i l'.l.iu PartuM.
he Cairo &Mouud City
Sua. b. safford
W. II. MOORE, JIaater.
From "eptember 5th antll further notice will
make trip. a. rul.ow :
I.eaveaf Cairo at 7:'W a. ra., 1T00 a. m. and 4:34
Leavea Mound Cltv at 6:'i0a. in., 1::JC p. m. and
6:3" p. m.
Can Im euneged for ei'-ursioa any evening after
rpHECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Baukin? business
TIIOS. AV. HALLIUAV,
pSTKRPRlSE SAVING BANK.
Of C4ro. ' .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. HALLIDAY,
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE 3al STATES.
en sun au'.'r miinuw.. uij
notic.tho furryboat Throe suta will run an uear
as possibluou the following time table:
MiTX LlaTlS Llarvs
Foot Fourth st. MluourlLand'K. Kentucky Ld g.
6:30 a. m.
2 :tK p. m.
11 : "
Foot Fourth st. Kentucky Ld'tf. Missouri Liiitd'u.
4:01 p. m. . 4:30 p. m. tl:10 p. in.
On last trip leaving Kenlurkv 1 andtnn at 4 i.ioo'elork
p. m., the boat will o to Bird Point, maklnir con
nection with T. A St . I j. patenter trnlu for Cairo.
Firattrlp at 11:30 a. m. leaving Cairo, Will connect
with T. iB ot. u. train leaving cairo.
HE REGULAR CAIRO AND PADUCAH
HENRY K. TAYLOR Mutter
GEO. JOBES Clerk
Lsaves Paducah for Cairn daily (Sunday except
ed) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at I p m. Return.
uU(i"iavavairoai4p. m, nounu. av.oi, m
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY UY ( HAS. CUNNING
il:30 P. M. September 8,
S-pleinber. tictobir. November.
Pork $ ti MV!, Ml
Wheat !I7'. !.:i',-
Corn lii' ft'.:
U:i P. M.
Pork t ti) I5 $l!l 1.1
Wheat Wj !M IfiU
(.'orn 7o4 liO'i li-.",
Oata a i St 3' :i'J'
1:0' P. M. CloHlny.
Pork .") !H il 17 flit 17',
Whellt !l'a '-i:i,
Com ! 117 Wi
oats 8i'.; a-','
NEW Y0RK,HKPT.8. lSKj.
Wlirat R. W $1 08:11 IS No 2 Ited$l nV.W)i
W. F Lamiioiv, rlr-r editor of ,'HK HiJi.l.TiS
and steamboat jacirer ai;iit. Order for all
klirl.of fteainlioiit J) I) printing solicited. Uillce
ut Plantera Hotel, No. 54 Ohio levee.
ST.VOES OF THE HI VEIL
The rivur mark."! by tliegaiiifeliiH uvi.-n-ins;
Rt 4 o'clock at this port 15 fuet
2 inchea ati'l riin-r.
PitUbur, Sept. 80 )). m River 2 fwt
5 inches dml fallinn.
Cincinnati, Sept. 80 p. m. River 13
feet 9 incites and ribing.
Louibville, Sept. 80 p. m. River 7
feet 6 inclies and falling.
Nashville, Sept. 8 -0 p.m. River 5 feet
3 inches and falling.
The Golden Crown arrived here yesterday
at 4 o'clock, She had one of the best tripe
for the lower Mississippi of tho season, re
ceived considerable freight, sufficient to
load her flat; she also had a heavy barc in
tow which was well loaded-left fur New
Orleans at 12 m. yesterday.
The II. T. Dtxter will come down to-duy
in place of the Qua Fowler which will lay
over, for some repairs, until Wednesday.
The Centennial left St. Louis for New
Orleans Wednesday evening, as an inde
pendent boat; it is stated sho had a tine
trip. She was due hero last night, but up
to hour of going to press, had not arrived.
The Hudson 6truck a bar just back of
the city on the upper Mississippi, and re
mained there about 12 hour, which was
the cauie of her detention. She discharged
3,500 sacks of wheat here tor M. V. T.
Co.. and departed for Paducali and Shaw
nectown at 8 o'clock last evening.
The Arkansas City leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburjj, and is due here to
The Anchor Line steamer, City of Helena,
leaves here this evening for Memphis.
The Golden Crown left here with the
best trip she ever had for New Orleans.
The Ste. Genevieve, from Memphis, is
due here this morning for St. Louis.
The Andy Bmiii, for Cincinnati, is due
here early to morrow morning from Mem
phis, remember the round trip excursion
rates to the great exposition at Cincinnati
is only f 12.00. See W. F. Lambdin, agent
The Guiding Star leaves Cincinnati this
evening for New Orleans.
The VinfShinkle, Capt. G. W. Thomp
son in command, is duo here to-morrow
morning for Memphis. Get your pa-sage
tickets from W. F. Lambdin, agent.
Last eveuing about half past three, quite
a little gjjo passed over Cairo, but did no
damage except the sinking of two barges
loaded with gravel which were lying it
short distance above the elevator.
Business on the wharf yesterday was very
Wes. Arnold with Messrs. Langstalf,
Orui & Co., of Paducah, was in the city
yesterday on business left viaGus Fowler.
Sept. 8, 1882.
If the city fathers would establish an
ordiimuco compelling saloonlsts to drain
tho leavings usually left in beer kegs be
fore placing tho kegs where tho youths of
our city may have Ireo and easy access to
them, it would bo considered a judicious
action hp all good citizens, and receive tho
hoarty endorsement of parents who have
any regard for tho future weltiiro of their
children. It is nothing unusual to boo
a group of young boys gathered around a
number of almost empty beer kegs indulg
ing in tho stale beta left therein. The
modosoporandl of getting at this healthy (?)
was observed this momlngtho beer was
emptied Into an old black lelt bat and
greedily imbibed therefrom by a half-
domm of our young and rising republic
That this filthy habit will havo a marked
tendency to increase and habituate a desire
for strong drink In our young boys, and
lead to other bad rosults, Is a natural con
sequence la the fatality ot man,
ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF DEN
Cuicaoo, Aug. 20 1883
The next meeting of the 111. Stato Board
of Denial Examiners will bo held in the
state houie at Springfield on Monday
Sept. 18th 182 at 'J o'clock a. tn.
Ill demists who have co.nmenced prac
tice in this, state since July 1st 1881 or
who limy hereafter commence practice in
Illinois me required by law to obtain li
cense from board of examiners. Further
infornuiliofj may be offered by addressing
Geo. II. Ccsinxo. Secy.
31 Monroe st. Chicago.
THE DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVEX
Spnnulield, III., Sept. 7. The Demo
cratic state convention met in representa
tives' hall an 1 was ctlled to order at 12 m.
by Hon. I). B. Gillhatn of Madison, chair
man of the stati central committee. The
convention was largely" attended, about ev
ery county being represented, filling tho
largo auditorium of tho house full. Asa
body it will compare must favorably with
any convention ever held in tho state, being
composd of prominent and well-known
representative Democrats from ail quarters
of the state men of character and standing.
The convention, was opened by tho Rev.
A. Gross of Sangamon in tho following
pungent aad pointed
O Lord, we beseech Thee to save us from
the devil. 0 Lord God, we beseech Thee
to save us from star route and other thieves
upon our public treasury. O Lord G d
Almighty wo pray Thee save us from Re
publicanism, for Christ's sake, amen. Loud
laughter and long continued applame,
Mr. Gillh un then addressed the conven
tion, TEMPORARY ORGANIZATION
Hon. W. A. J. Sparks of Clinton county
was then elected temporary chairman and
conducted to the chair by Hons. Luther
Dearborn and T.W. McNeeley, when he
addressed the convention at some length.
W. J. Mige of Moultrie, J. J. Crowley
and Joseph Mackin of Cook and P. How
ard were elected temporary secretaries.
The several congressional districts were
called, when, among other com
mittees, the following District Central Com
mittee was selected:
District Members of State Central Com
mitteeFirst district, Joseph Madison of
Cook county; Second, J. II. Hildreth,
Cook; Third, Theo. T. Gurney, Cook;
Fourth, S. 11. el,, Conk: Fifth, R. W.
Corbctt, Kane; Sixth, W. II. Mitchell,
Stephenson; Seventh, J. M. McConihe,
Bureau; Eighth, A. Y. O'Connor, La Salle;
Ninth, E. B. Buck, Kankakee; Tenth, W.
T. Dowdall, Peoria; Eleventh, F. II. Whit-
hker, McDoiiough; Twelfth, F. M. Bridges,
Greene; Thirteenth, J. B. Train, Tazewell;
Fourteenth, Win. Fuller, DeWitt; Fif
teenth, A. S. Fryer, Cedes; Sixteenth, G. W.
Fitl.iau, Jasper; Seventeenth, V. E. An
dersou, Macoupin; Eighthteenth, W. S.
Foreman, Washington; Nineteenth, S. L.
Dwight, Marion; Twentieth, T. F. Bouton,
A resolution was adopted sending all
resolutions relating to platform to the com
mittee on resolutions without reading or
After passing resolutions relating to the
routine of the convention a recess was tak
en until 2 p. in.
The committee on credentials, on the
convention reassembling, reported tho cre
dentials of the members present as regular,
which report was received and adopted.
The committee on permanent orgauiza ion
reported cx-Gov. John M. Palmer of Sanga
mon us permanent president, and the tem
porary secretaries above named as the per manent
Tho chair appointed Hou. A. M. Har
rington of Cane, Judge Sibley of Adams
and Gen. Parson ul Clay to conduct Gou.
Pulmer to the chair, and the govorjor
madu un eUoqiient little speech.
The committee to select members of the
state central commiUoo at largo reported
S. Corning Judd of Cook county.
Win. II. Green of Alexander.
John W. Coppinger of Madison.
H. Leibof Cook.
John H. Oberly of McLean.
W. S. Migo of Moultrie.
Tho convention then proceoped to nomi
nate candidates for state olllcars.
Hon. John Oberly of McLean placed iu
nomination for Btato treasurer Hon. Alfred
Orendorffof Sangamon, which was seconded
by Hon. S. Corning Judd of Cook and
lion. David T.Liuegar of Alexander, and
there being no other nominations, Mr. Or--etidortr
was declared tho choico of tho cou
vetition by ticclaruatiou amid great cheer
ing. Ho was then called for, Bnd briefly
and neatly thanked tho convention for tho
The several congressional districts wore
called, when tho following gentlemen were
tendent of public instruction. Mr. A. M.
Herrington of Kane named Frank II. Hall
of the sarno county, the Greenback candi
date for the position. This nomination
provoked much ami decided opposition,
Mr. Conkrito of Stephenson named Mr. F.
T. 01 It, ot Carroll. Mr. Flandera of Will
named Joseph Berry of the same couuty.
Mr. Mason ol Hancock named Mr. L. F.
M. Eastcrday of the same couuty. Mr.
Ctrr of Orecno named Henry Montgomery
of the same county. Mr. Mann of Vtr
million naiucd.S. S. Jack of Macon. Mr.
Permit of St. Clair named Henry lbb of
tho same county. Congressmen Towns
hend of G illatin nam 'd Lionidis Walker
of Hamilton. Eicli nomination was ac
companied by alio usual c implimontary
speeches and applause, and much time was
consume 1. Finally a ballot was reached
with the following result: Hill, 32 votes:
Oldt, 07: Bjrry, 40 : Eisterday, 75: Mont
gomery, 82: Jack, 97; Rial, 100; Wal
The vote does not include Cook, as that
county had retired for consultation while
it was being taken. Upon the return of
the Cook's to the hall some confusion en
sued as to what that couny should do with
its vote, when Mr. Mann of Vermillion
raised tho blockado to the business of the
convention by moving that tho nomina
tion of Mr. Raab be made by acclamation,
which was speedily dono during much ex
cituuent and appluuso.
Hon. Wm. II. Green, of Alexander,
chairman of tho committee on resolutions,
then reported a platform which was
The still central committee met this eve
ning and organizedby electing II n. Jno. II.
Oberly, of McLean, chairman, and W. J.
MiS'je.of Moultria, Secretary, and decided
to establish headquarters at Cliicago.
Absurdity Stupid ami 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
alfections and all diseases of tho liver,
stomach and bowels havo been cured and
can bo cured by simply taking Simmon's
Liver regulator. It is harmless; not un
pleasant and easily procured so there is
no reason to be ignorant of a true remedy.
If you suffer, you have uo excuse, for this
medicine places certain relief and cure
within your reacb.
I ETTER LIST.
" of t-UTTKH HKM.UNINU C.NCA I.LEl)
FOR IN THE I'OSTOKMLft .it o.wio, m.,
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1882.
Hogmi, .ii.i .n la
II men, MiUte
Linegar, D T
Parker, Annie B
Walsh, Bridget A
Gill, Mary E
Robson, S E
Ratisiville, Annie B
Walmsbery, Nellie. A
Axley it Wilson Amos, Simon col
Anderson, C G Briggs, W 1) 2
Bryant, Henry Ileitis, Con
Boothe, Christian Balden, Cay. col
Ballard, I) J Clark, Thomas G
Choi-hen, John Courluey, Ben
DeLauey, Thos W Darah, U.uizon
Day, Peter Dugunle, Mr
Davis, E F Fthell'ey, George
Goss, Jos Hailing, James
II in mond, C P Jenkins, Frank
Jc hnson, James Jones, Gus
Jic';son, Ned Lattner, Geo
Lame, J C Lovell, Chus
Mosic-r, John Mahall'ey, .1 L
Mynatt, John MeNitr, Bvran
NewHiiin. J T Phillips, W I)
Quantee, Hiram Rice, James -
Ruser, A F Stovall, G M 2
Siniicil II N Stuck, Bob
Stack, Robt Shaw, P
Steward, Abo Shelter, Fritz
Trumick, James Taylor, Henry
Williams, Charlie Whiteside, F E
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please Bay advertised.
Geo. W. McKeaio. Postmaster.
Allon'si Brain Food.
"Who steals my purse, steals trah, 'tis something
"Twai mine, 'tis his, and lias been slave to thous
and. Dut he that (llcho from mo tny good name,
Robs me of that, which not enriched him,
And make mo poor Indeed."
Wo would draw the attention ot our
readers, to the fact, that Mr. John II. Allen,
is tho discoverer of the great reined ical
powers, which constitute his Bruin Food
and which has proved itself to bo the great
est remedy evur known, for Nervousness,
Nervous Headache, Nervous Dkuility,
and all Weakness of the Gknerativk
Oroans, which arise from a debilitated
stato of the nervous system, excesses or
neglect. In consequence ot the succet-s of
Allan's Brain Food, a number of unscrupu
lous parties are endeavoring to foist so
called Brain Foods on tho public claim
ing them to bo the original. We would
warn our readers against them and say:
Be sure and get "Allen's."
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
oflcn 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. "
M.il.iria once having laid its
hold upon the human frame, tha ,
door of the nyjlern ii thrown open
to nervous discuses. The body
weak and enfeebled absorbs no
nourishment, but subsisting upon
itself, the digestive organs no
lunger perform their functional
the liver becomes torpid, and other
organs foiling 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,
Brown's Iron Bitters is highly
recommended for all diseases requir
ing a certain and efficient tome; 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 bf
all respectable dealers in medicines,
price, Si per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other.
SPECIAL ASSKSSM KNT NOTICE, SPECIAL
Tublic notice la hcrehv elven that the eountv
court olAleiandur county has rendered Judgment
for a special assessment upon property benefitted
byttie following improvement, viz: (traveling and
paving streets to-wit: stub street from Ohio
levee to Coim ereinl avenue. Commercial avenue,
from Sixth to EL-lith strums. Klghth street, fioia
Commercial avenue to Wasb ngtnn avenue, an
will more full v appear Irom the certified copv of
the Judgm nt on llle iu the office of the clurk of
the oltv of Culm; that a warrant lor the collection
r,r in-t wmiiiou,. i , ,.h h.n.i, ,,f te nnder
slgcert. All persons interusieil are hereby noiin-J
to call aii-l pay the amnunt ncsesneu, . collec
tor's olllre at the Ali-xiimler Couuty Hank within
thirty davs from the date hereof. Dated this -.'nd
day of Sept. A. I). 1H., THOMAS J. KEHTII,
QPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
WAR II ANT NO M.
Public notice Is hereby ghvn that the county
court of Alexander county hs rendered Judgment
for a special assessment upon properly benefitted
by tho follolii)' Improvement, via: Construction
Jc of sidewalks In front of lots No. I,2Sto W
Inclusive, In block Hi city, Lois N. 31 to 3',' In
clusive iu block Tjeitv. I ols No. -:Hto:tll inclusive),
ill block 'ill city. I.oi is, Mock -J and lot 1, block 3
i lly. Lots I lo S iiielus.ve, liUii k M eitv. Lots S,
10 to 21 inclusive, in him k 1:1 l-'irsl udditlon. Lots
S to 1,1 inclusive in block :il First addition, as will
mnru tally iipnear from Ihu certified copy of tho
jnrigiucul on file in the otllce of the clerk ol I tier 11 y
of Cairo; that a warrant fur the collection of suck
assessments Is Iu the hand t of tho undersigned.
All persoim Interest ur nerebv notified to call and
pay the uinounls u-hcssciI, at llm collector' olllco
at the, Alexander County Hunk within thirty days
Irom the lime hereof. Hated this 2nd day of Sept.
A. 1). Iss-J. TlloMA J. liKll i ll. Collector.
UPECIAL ASSHSSMEST NfM'ME. SPECIAL
WARRANT Nt . W.
Public notice Is hereby given that the county
court of Aleiander county has rendu. ed Judcmeut
tor a special nsseemeut upon property benefitted
bv tue followltM improvement,, via: Construction
of sidewalks & . in Iront of lots ft, 10, 1 1, 1 1 to 11
Inclusive, block Jl. Lots 1, -jo, a I, i7, 'ill,3i', Ut, and
Stt.iu hloekSV Lots 1 to K inclusive, in block M.
Lots H and 7, block Lots i'i to 2S inclusive, In
block 'ii Luis i! to -i- uclusivu, block lift. Lots
JS to lUlncluslvu. iu h oi k 7 . Lots 1, -iO to io in
clusive, in block 27 first addition. Lots I to H in
clusive, In block Ili city. Lots 4, li, 7, 8, II, to, 15, to
21 inclusive, in block 10 First aildlliou. Lots 4,
7,andS sHio :'3 inclusive, In block IS First addi
tion. Lois 1 to 11 lnc uslve and I I to 41 Inclusive,
in block V7 I-'Irsi addition. Lots 1 ami 8. block 17
First addition. Lois I, 2.1 to 32 Inclusive, block i
cltv. Lots 7 and II. bluet li. Lots o to 2i Inclu
sive, In block '." city, as wil more fully appear irom
Hie certified copy of the Judgment oil two in tho
office of the clurk of the eilv of Cairo; that a war
rant for lh collection of such asses metits Is iu
the hands ol the undersigned. All persons Inter
ested are herehv noilll d to call and pay Ilia
amounts assessed, at Hi collector's olllca at tho
Alexander County Hank wllhiu thlity ilns f,-om
the dale hereof Dated lhls2nd day orsepi, , ).
ISKi. THOMAS J. KEHTII, Collector.
QPECIAW ASSKSSM KNT NOTICE. 81 ECIAL
S WARRANT NO S3.
Public notice Is hereby given that the county
court, of Alexandercoiiuiy lia rendered Judgment
for a special assessment upon properly Ihuh tilled
by tho following liiiiirovemi iil, vis: Construction
Jta. of sidewalks In trout of lols No. I to S Indus! vu,
in block77 First addition. Lots No. I to 8 Inclu
sive, In block 70 First addlllou. Lota No, 1 in S
lucluslvu.ln block " Fourth addition. Lots No, 1
to 8 Inclusive, In block n Fourth addition. Lots
No.l to 8 Inclusive, In block 0 Fourth addition.
Lot I, block 10 Fourth addition. Alt lots fronting
Washington avenue, in block 11 F-uirlli addition.
LotaS, Hand 10, blo -k SJ First addillou. Lots 1,
1H and 17, block 1)2 First addillou, as will nioro
full? appear from the certified copy ol thejiidgmeut
on file In thuotico oftliu clerk ofthu c ty ol Cairo;
that a warrant lor Die collection i f such assess
ments is In the hands of the undersigned. All
persons interested are liuruliy iiollrled to csll and
pay the amounts iisscss mI. at the collector's otllce
at ill Alexander Countv Hank within thirty days
from the dntu he'eof Dated this Sue day of Sept.
A.l). ISKi. THOMAS J KERTII, Collector.
UPECIAL ASSESS 11 KNT NOTICE. SPECIAL
O W RRANT NO. M.
Public notice is hereby given that llm county
court of Alexander couuty has rendered Judgnrnt
for a special assessment, upon p-npertv benefitted
by the following I m pro eiuisnt, via: Construction
&o. of sidewalks In front of lots No l.M, Mo 17
inclusive, In block HI city and lot lit, block S3 city,
as will moru fully appear from the certlllsd copy of
tho jud.:ini-ut on fl'.e iu the ulllce of Iho clerk c-rth
city of Cairo; that a warrant for tho collection of
u.h assessments Is In tho hands of lh under
signed. All persons Interested are hereby notlllsd
to call aud pay tno am units assessed, at the col
lector's offlcs at the Aluxandsr County Rank with
in thirty days from the da t hereof. UitedthU
8ud day of Sept, A . ft. IS) J.
THOMAS J. KERTII, Collector.