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THE DAILY CAIRO i BULLETIN.
CAIEO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1882.
Treasurer T J.Kerth.
Clerk Omuls. J. Foley.
Ccn.i k ,r-- Wm U. Ullbsrl.
M!:i'vl -I.. II. Meyer.
Att'r..e Wllilsm ll-ndrtt ss.
0KU or iMJiBHIH.
first Wrd-Wm. MclUla.T. M. Klrnhrounli.
Second Ward-Jemo llinkle, C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward-B. F, Ulaka, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charle 0. 1'atler, Aduipb 8wo-
Klfh Ward-T. W. Hallldav, Brnsst B. Petttt.
CtlC'ilt Judtfl! 0. I .hc.kt !.
Circuit Okrk-A. H. Irvin.
County Judtjo K. b Yucain.
County Clerk H.-J. Humm.
County Attorney J. M. Unui ru .
Comity Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
Sheriff John llodtfcs.
toruuer K. Kltzijeraii ,
County Cnmruisstonera-T W Halllday, J.
(Jlhlm and Peter raup.
CVIKOHAI'THr. -O-tnier Tenth an1 Poplar
ilreew; preacbluK Urstand taird S.iudaya la
cen month, III in. and 7:T n. m ; prayer meet
I ni! Thursday. 7:H. "; uuda school, ::W a m
' " 7 ttlv. A.. I. II ESS. Pastor.
CilIVRCIl OF Til K REDEEMER (Kplseopa'j
, Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:ooe ru.. Holy
Eucharist ; V : ' a. m ., Humlay hoo) ; M .00 a.m.,
Mornlror Prayers; s:oop. m , Evening Prayeis. F.
J'. I'ov.-n iniri. S T. W. Rector.
iMI(iT MISSIONARY IIAPTI3T CUCRCH.
1' Pr-m liliif ai in ;i a. n..,S p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
. al.l.uh school at 7:30 p. ni Iter. T. J. hbor,
Il.TllKllAN-TbiUeenth street; service Sab
j bath i :u a tn ; Sunday school 2 p. in. Rev.
Knappe. past jr.
METHoDlsT-Cur. El,fhtb and Walnut streets,
Preaching Sabbath IIU14 m. and 7:30 p.m.
r-unday school at d:iw p. m. Kuv. J. A. Hcsrrelt,
1 jltKSHYl E WAN -Eighth street; prtathtn. on
1 .sabbath at 11 :uu a. m. and 7: p. iu.; prayer
n.cili.K Wednesday at 7:Mp. m.; Sunday Scheol
at : i. m. Uev B. V. 'Jeore, pastor.
8T JOSEPH 8 -1 Roman Catholic) Corner Croat
nid W alnut streets; services Sabbath 10:3na.
an.; ximdty hchooi at 3 p. m.; Vesper 3D. ra. .ser
ried ever day at 8 . m. Kuv. O'ilara, Priest.
ST PATRICE 8 -(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and Washlt.tfon avenue; services Sab
nath 8 and 10 a m. ; Vespers 8 p. m. ; Snn-lay School
i (i. n. s-rvlces svery day t a m. Rev. MustcrHoii
it. K. TIME CARD AT t'AIUO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
TKAIS IirPART. TBAS iRRIVI.
Mail S.uia.u tMail 4:t a.m
t rroiu 'rUtmn.ll :1' a m Kinross 11 :M .m
tUirvn 5 50 p.m I Accntndatlo..4:15 p m
Mlsrl CKSTKALK. H.
tMnll 4:Wa.m I t.Mail .. .. S:Wp.m
Exprem 10:1 Sa m I tKipn-M ll:Ja m
ST. L. A C R. R. (Narrow Gauge )
ExprcM l:i a m I 'Kxprxi"" p m
Accotn'datlon. l:ii p.m I 'Acconi'daujln ViM p.ffl
ST. L.. I.M 8. H. R
BxprrM ll:ip.m ItExpre - 8:5 P m
rAccom nation. i;p m I tAccom'datlon.U:45a.m
WAHASII. ST. I.OI IS PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Mill A ti .... 4:4li vm 'Mall A Ex.... :JU p m
Daily except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE 4 oniO K. K
Mail a. m. I Mail...-
Ki)rc i:U) a. m. j Kxpron
,.8:yi p. ra.
..:b p. ru.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAIN'S RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Exprmiand Mall l.-avra Cairo. evrry day except
hunilav, at l:ffl a. m. Arriv.a 4:W p. m.
Aci i.'mintKUtli.n arrlvea at 18:05 p. m. and de
partt at 1 :vW p. in.
JfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. P ATI EH &. CO.,
Cor.Ninotoontliilriwtl PflirO 111
Commercial Avennu VttllU All
QEOUGE II. LEACH, M. I).
Physician and Snrroon.
Spi'dal attPtitlon pnld to tho Homoopathlc treat
nu iil nf iirk'lcl dlauaaui, and dmtiai-oa of womun
ami rliltdrtm. n ..,,
oiIlci! on lltlt mrcet, opposite tho Post Olllce,
J)R. W. C. J0CKLYN,
D K NTIST.
Or"r"ICEKIfbt Htront. tiwar Comrturclal Avenue
U. E W. WniTLOCR,
Orrun-No. mil Commercial Avenue, between
Eitblh and Ninth Htreeu
AFTKH THE FLOOD THE
FIKE.BTJT TnE FLAO
IianopenndaKulnln tho Ivl btilldlug on Slxtb
Rlreel, Willi a full stock' of
NowFurnttiiro of all kinds
and Is prapnrod to no
t7 V 1 1 OIjHT K 11 IN O Riid 1 lopa t rin st
nl Mtii.ntialitn rntt'S.
RAFFLE: tnku a chance in
tbe finest hoolc fane In thu city, or a nanusome non
room sot, or fine sldo hoard. ArllcloM now on ex-
ktl,tll.,n at hi. roiuna Will he ralllud SS SOOH
as ticket are dlpoeed of, or money will be returned
viva Ulil A VAUU
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruitt, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids orartifiC'
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without an adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE Si PRICE,
Chicago, I1L, and St. Louis, Mo.,
aaw.cflap.lla Tmi (!., rr. frl'. (mm Baau
ttmtn, ft Ur. frlu'. Muu.
VE MAKE NO SECOND CRADC COODS.
The Cairo & Mound City
SSiA. B. SAFFORD
W. II. MOORE, Master.
From aept?mber 5ih until farther notice will
make trip a. fol.owe :
I.eavrsi Cairo at 7:30 a. ra., H ()0 a. m. and 4:30
Leaves Mound Citv at 8:30 a. m., l;i; p. m. and
6:3'i p. m.
Can b eD4Ked for ex ureloas any evening after
rjTHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Bank in? business
THOS, AV. IIALUDAY,
pXTERI'KISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. IIALUDAY,
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -Vegfe3 STATES.
On and aftnr Mondav, Julv Jl. and until further
notlc.the ferryboat Three Status will run as near
as poxslbloon the following time tamo:
MATES L1AV1S HATIS
Foot Fourth it. Missouri Land'g. Eontucky Ld g.
6:30 am. 7:00 a. m. 7:30 a.m.
8:30 9:00 " H:W "
10:30 " llitfi " 11:30 "
2:iiop.ra. !i:3Up.m. :00p. m.
Leave Leave Leave
Font Fourth st. Kentucky Ld'R. Missouri Land'g.
4:00 p. m. 4:30 p.m. 6:10 p.m.
On last trip leavtnK Kentucky landlnii at4:30 o'clock
p. m., the boat will ro to Hlrds Polut, making con
nection with T. 4 St . L. pnaongt;r train for Cairo.
First trip at 8:30 a. m. lcuvluu Cairo, Will connect
with T. & St. L. train leaving Cairo.
HE REGULAR CAIRO AND I'ADUCAH
HENRY E. TAYLOR Master
GEO. JOBES Clerk
Leaves Paducah for Cairo daily (Sundays except
nd) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. Return
intf, Leaves Cairo at 4 p, m. Hound. City at .6 p. m.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CI1A9.
9:30 P. M.
Bcptember 11, 12.
1 19 07';
NEW YORK, SKIT 11
Wheat R. W 1 Oti il 1.1 So 2 R,dl 07'
Corn No. 2 7"'.jc
W. F Lamiiuim, r'.v:r edlt.ir ol I'rm Hiii-i.tii
and siu,-nbot nii'sen r au'-nt. Ordi-r f ir all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicltod. Olllce
at Planters Hotel. No. 54 Ohio levee.
HTAOES OF THE KIVEU.
The river marked y the guuge la-t
evening at this port, l ') feet 2 inches ami
Sept. 11 0 p. in River 2 feet
Cincinnati, Sejit. 110
p. ni. Itiver 12
feet 6 inches and falling.
110 p. m. Kiver 7
feet and falling.
Nashville, Sept. 11 0 p.m. Kiver 4 feet
3 inches and falling.
St. Louis, Sept. 11 0 p. m. River 10 feet
inches and rising.
Capt. J. M. Brown, river editor of the
News, at Paducah. came down on tho Hop
kins, Sunday night, and left on the Gus
Fowler, laet evening.
The Centennial from St. Louis arrived at
5:10 o'clock; Bhe had a heavy freight trip,
but noasaengers. Received some freight
here, and departed at midnight for New-
The John S. Hopkins, from Evansville,
came through Sunday night; she had a
good trip, and left at one o'clock yesterday
morning on her return trip. In the future
she will extend her trip to Cairo ou Sun
The City of Arkansas for Vicksburg, ar
rived yesterday morning at 9 o'clock; she
had a fair trip of freight and a large num
ber of passengers departed at 11 -M a. ro.
Tiie Gus Fowler arrived last evening; licr
new smoke st icks add to lu-r appearance
very ntucb ; she left with a big passenger
trip, and is du j here again to-day at 2 p. m.
The Vint Shinkle from Cincinnati will
not report here until lato to-morrow even
ing us she did not leave Cincinnati until
Saturday, 9th inst. Passengers going south
by river on the Shinkle can procure tickets
irom W. F. Lambdin, agent.
The palace steamer, Guiding Star, with
the old veteran, Cipt. J. D. Hegler, is duo
here from Cincinnati to-morrow, for New
Orleans. The Star Is the finest boat of the
"Big O Line," and no boat on tho Ohio or
Mississippi can surpass her accommoda
tions in any respect; for passage see W. F.
The Hudson arrived hero Sunday even
ing on her return trip for St. Louis w ith a
big trip; she discharged 3,400 sacks of
wheat here, besides other freight, and de
parted for the Future Great at 7 p. m.
The J. II. Hillman left lor Nashville at
5 p. m. yesterday.
Cupt. Sheppard's "Shw Mill Packet"
passed up last evening, running as fast as
a circular saw would through a knotty log.
Capt. J. II. Fowler camo down on bis
packet yesterday. Ho was loking well
Tho E. M. Norton brought from St.
Louis a tow of barges loaded with wheat,
and turned early yesterday morning. Bud
Smodley is one of her pilots.
The Future City and John Gillmore, of
tho M. V. T. Co. tow bout line, passed up
for St. Louis Sunday.
Tho Fanny Tatum will pass here to-day
for Mound City, where alio will be taken
out on the ways.
Capt. Wm. Uambloton, ot Mound City,
went to St. Louia by rail Sunday for Ids
Tho Ste. Gonovievo from St. Louis is duo
hero this evening for Memphis.
Tho Belle Memphis loaves St. Louis for
Vicksburg this evening, and will report
here to-morrow evening.
Yciterdny was a lively day in town,
everybody and all tho neighbors, took tho
circus in, and tho merchants also got some
ot the sugar which tho country boys
brought along with them.
Tho Will Kyle is on her way up from
A Dog's Understanding.
A oolcliniicil picture shows a little
lioy fnnviitig ni the lloor and itiquirin
rf a pet iix, ('iiu't you talki1'' Tim
ilo' looks its if ho is not snro about it.
and seems to sity, Perhaps I ran; I'll
try." There is no doubt that do;s un
derstand many words, arid we give the
following aiifi'ilolo from II irtford, Ct.,
in which a dug named Major (showed
Major's hiiticd of a cat appears to be
deep-seated, and he will kill all that
come, in his way. J lis master's wife
had a eat which she determined Major
should not harm, and she took great
pains to impress tho bij; brute with this
The dog seemed to understand every
word she said, but would keep his cjes
fastftied upon puss with a longing and
ikhungry look, as if it were a great sclf-
ilenial for him to obey.
But his mistress conquered and made
him understand" that lie must live on
friendly terms with puss. More than
once he had been seen watching the eat
with a look of evil intent, but, out of
respect to his mistress, he conquered his
naturo, and would throw him-clf upon
the ground with a sigh expressive of
deep disgii-t at the situation.
One morning, the lady told her hus
band that the eat had become so trouble
sonic that she gues.-cd it would have to
be killed. A few minutes later, a rush
and a struggling noise was beard, and
as the lady of tho house ha-tcned to the
door to see what had happened, Major
walked up to ids mi.-tn.'ss and laid at
her feet the dead body of puss, then
looked up with an air of triumph, and
wagged his tail with intense? satisfac
tion. He had heard his mistress ex
press tho wish that puss might be killed,
and this was so in consonance with his
own feelings that ho wetit right out and
linished the eat.
A Famous Relic.
Everybody knows under what eircum
Rlances" Henry IV. was assassinated by
Vavaillae. The assassin, passing his
arm through tho window of tho coach,
struck the monarch two blows with a
knife, the latter of which picired his
heart. While still brandishing the. knife
he was arrested by tho orders of the
Due d'Eiiernon. the knife being wrench
ed from his hand by Pletro de Malaglii
110, an Italian attached to his suite, who
afterward declared he had dropped the
weapon in the crowd. It would appear,
however, that Malaghino, who was a
great amateur of curiosities, kept bis
historical relie until bis death, when lie
left it to his descendants. It is dillieull
to say how it came into possession of
Maurice- de Saxe afterward; but cer
tain it is that a month before his
death the marshal niado it a present
to his physician, Senac. Senac be
queathed it to his son, M. Sonae de
Meilhan, who presented it to the Mar
quise do Creqni. at whoso death it be-
cauio tho property of the Baron de
Blacheford. her cousin, when it was
again lost sight of for uearly sixty years,
until it turned up the other day in the
bureau of the commissary of polico in
the (jiiarticrl.aiin, being then owned by
a student whoso father had been stew
ard to the Kaimboval family. This stu
dent had been for sonu limo in the
greatest poverty, and had been beard to
say that life- was becoming a burden to
him. The other morning ho found him
self absolutely penniless, a prey to hal
lucination that tho knife had brought
him ill luck. Determined to put an
end to his existence, he plunged it into
his breast. Fortunately it was too rusty,,
blunt and hacked about to do much
harm, and tho unhappy youth only suc
ceeded in inflicting a wound from tho
effects of which he will bo cured in a
fortnight. Ever since the story became
known tho bureau of tho commissary
has been visited by a number of collec
tors, each of whom has been until now
under tho impression that he was tho
sole possessor of tho actual knifo with
which Henry IV. was slain. Diilakl
An Exciting Hide.
John Gilpin's famous rido upon his
nimble steed, "a bottle swinging at each
6ide," was paralleled once by an excit
ing donkey-ride at Task, in the (lulf of
Oman, The English telegraph operator
at that station had been out shooting
ibex. Ilo says:
Coming home on a tired donkey, en
cumbered by tworilles ami accompanied
by my small brown dog Toby, suddenly
wo cainn on a herd of half-wild cows,
who mistook Toby for a jackal.
In an instant they all charged furi
ously down upon me, heads down and
tails high in air. Poor Toby camo to
mo for help, and got between tho don
I shouted, brandished tho rifles and
kicked tho poor donkey into a sort of
throo-h'gged canter. It was tho most
exciting donkey-ride I ever had in my
life. T'diy .soauipored hero, there and
everywhere, but always ax close, to tho
donkov's loirs as ho could iM.
Bush would coino one old bull from
tho right and just graze tho donkey's
tail, then another would juM. miss Ids
nose. I thought tho climax was reach
ed when hendover heels went tho don
key, and we all rolled on the ground to
gciher. To my surprise this frightened tho
cows, and I had timo to pick Toby up in
my arms, after which tho cows took no
further Interest in him.
A patent has just born secured on an
invention which will bo of great valim
to those who are obliged to go through
life on crutches. It consists of
crutches set 011 rockers which are
faced with ft heavy rubber band. Tho
user thus moves forward eight feet nt a
step, with ti smooth, even motion, which
does away with tho jar experienced in
tno use. ot tun ordinary crutcii.
Memorial Hall, erected by Philadel
phia for tho exhibition of lH7f at an ex
pense ol $1,600,000, is falling to ruin.
A Northern Waterway.
Grand Things Prodletdd for the Commerce of ths
Tho project of tho Hudson's Bay com
pany in putting n.steamhoat on tho
Athabasca river is a movement that
promises tho most important results to
that far-off country, anil is one of the
most daring of tho many (lights of en
terprise that have marked the opening
up of the northwest, and much greater
than their other act of building a tram
way around (Irand Rapids and putting
steamers on the Saskatchewan. When
a railway is built across an unopened
country, a lino of settlement is sure to
follow, and to contribute largely to fur
nishing trallie for it; but this ease is
widely different, for its mission will bo
to open up a country at present unset
tled by any save the employes of tho
Hudson's Bay company, some mission
aries, a few traders, and a mere handful
of men who have gone in this season to
test the agricultural capabilities of tho
country to which the Athabasca a (lords
tho readiest access, and which is report
ed as bnng equal in fertility to any part
of the. continent. Tho steamer in ques
tion is no mere toy affair, but will bo
worthy of tho noble stream it is to ply
upon. It will be provided with power
ful machinery of the most modern char
acter, only equaled by that of the new
steamer now being placed on Saskatche
wan. Few people can form an adequate
conception of tho difficulties to be over
come in taking the ponderous machine
ry overland to its destination, nor tho
amount of labor that will be involved
in getting the nece sary timber and ma
terial ready in those remote regions,
where everything is done by hand, and
where skilled workmen of the various
classes' necessary to construct the ves
sels must all be taken in by the com
pany. Capt. Smith, so favorably known
on the Saskatchewan, will probably bo
sent north to superintend the construc
tion of the new vessel. The machinery,
etc., were taken to Caritou a short timo
ago and dispatched to their destination
by tho company's ordinary route. Tho
successful working of this boat will give
an impetus to travel and trade that will
soon make tho present organized terri
tories, with their lines of steamers and
railways, seem to be among tho central
if not the eastern territories, This boat
will bo tho pioneer in opening up a sys
tem of magnificent water-stretches far
grander and of greater extent than the
famed St. Lawrence system. Saskat
From Mahomet's Table Talk.
Say not, if people do good to us wo
will do good to them, and if people op
press us wo will oppress them; but re
solve that if people do good to you you
will do good to them, und if they op
press you oppress them not again.
The world and all things in it are
valuable, but the most valuable thing in
the world is a virtuous woman.
I am no more than man. When I or
der you anything with respect to relig
ion, reverence it; and when I order you
about tho affairs of the world then I am
nothing more than man.
Allen's Brain Food.
'Who stt'Hls n y purse, steals tranh, 'tis soi ethlng
Twii-p liie. '''' 1. mid Ims bw'n rlave to I bona
mills. I. nt be that niche' from inn my good uumo,
Holm me of that, which not enriches him,
And mutes me poor Indeed."
We would draw the attention of our
readers, to the fact, that Mr. John H. Allen,
is the discoverer of the great remedical
powers, which constitute his Brain Food
and which has proved itself to be the great
est remedy ever known, for Nervousness,
nitvors Headache, Nervous Deiiilitv,
and all Weakness ok the Generative
OitoANS, which arise from a debilitated
state of tho nervous system, excesses or
neglect. In consequence of the success of
Allan s Brain rood, a number of unscrupu
lous parties arc endeavoring to foist so-
called Brain Foods on the public claim
ing (hem to lu the original. Wo wou''l
warn our renders against them and say:
11c sure and get "Allen's."
KI.OUP OUAIN UD HA
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HIirbcHt Cash Price Paid for Wliest.
a o a. j j
I) Stoves 13
S Tinware. 8
Malaria is an almost in- ,
!escribable malady which
not even the most talcntr
physicians are able to
om. Its cause is mc
qucntly ascribed e
surroundings, anr,')t Jv-"
ver.-ic wtffi' School
opinion is substantiaieu uy
facts. Malaria docs not nec
essarily mean chills and
fever while these troubles
usually accompany it. It
often affects the suffererwith
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.iliria once having laid Its
bold iiimii tbe human frame, tho
door of the system it thrown open
to nervous disease. The body
weak and enfeebled absorbs no
nourishment, but lubiisting upon
Itself, tbe digestive orgam no
longer Perform their functions :
the liver necomes torpid, and other
organ falling 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,
Brown's Iron Bitters is highly
recommended for all diseases requir
ing a certain and effiaient 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, Ji per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other,
WTECTAL ASSESSMENT NOTIO ,
O W Alt HA V I' Nil Ml
Public notice Is hereby l'Ivcq that tho count?
court nl Alexander county has ruudered judgment
for a epi-cliil as-.'smiirtii upon property beni'tllted
by the fol. owing improvement, viz: Uriiveltutf a d
paving striH'tn tow it: Si -.th ctreet from Ohio
levee to Come en liil avenue. Cummerrial avenne,
from Sixth to EL'lith street. KU'litu etrevt, fiom
Commercial aviniu- to Wash nut' n aveuue, as
will more fully appear Irom the certified copv of
the Jiiiiiim nt cm Ille In the office of the clerk of
the city of Cairo; (lint a WHrnuit lor the collection
of such ueHexstuciun Is lu the hiiuil- "l't';e under
slRCud. All persons Interested are hereby notified
to call and pay the amount ansei-sed, at (lie collec
tor' office at the Alexander County Hank wliren
thirty day from the da e hereof. Dated this 2nd
day ofSejit. A. U. l.vj-.'. TlIoMAS J. KEUTH,
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
WARRANT NO hi.
Public notice Is hurebr (jiven tlmt the county
court of Alexander county h s rendered Judgment
for n special assessment upon property beuefirted
by the folio wiup Improvement, viz: Construction
Ac. of sidewalks In front of lopi No. I,28to40
Inc'.nslve, in block HI city. Lots N. :ia to 37 In
clusive in block 7."iclly. Lots No. vStoStl inclusive.
In block! city. Lot IS, block 4 and b.t 1, block 8
city. Lots 1 to 8 lucl'imvi', blork M cltv Lots S,
10 to 21 Inclusive, in hlmka.'J first sdditlnn. Lots
s to lituichistvv In block HI first addition, as will
more lully apuear from the certified copy of tho
jiulument on tile in the olllce of the clerk ol thectly
of Cairo; that a warrant for the collection of such
assessments Is in the bund of the undersigned.
All persons Interest are nerebv notified to call and
pay the amounts n-tutf sod. at the collector's office
at the Alexander County Hank within thirty days
from the date hereof. Muted this 2nd day of Sept.
A. O. ISSJ. llloMAs.I. KKIti'll.CollectJr.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
3 WARRANT No. W.
Public notice is hereby ulvcu that the county
court of Alexander county has rende.cd Judgment
fur a special assesmcnt upon property benotltted
bv the following Improvement, vi,: Construction
of sidewalks &c. In front of lots II, 1(1, 11, 14 to 19
Inclusive, block 8-1. Lots 1, AI. 'Jl. UT, 'J!l, , 31. and
:r, lu block '.'j. Lots 1 to S Inclusive, lu block 5-.
Lots tl and T, block ai. Lots 'Jl to 2S Inclusive, In
block Lots ii to AS -ucliistve, block 2U. Lot
25 to 'Inclusive, In b.ock 7 . Lots 1, 29 to 40 In
cluslve.in block 27 First addition. Lots 1 to 8 In
clusive, In block 4o city. Lots 4, tl, 7, 8, , lit, 15, to
21 inclusive, in block 1!) First addition. Lots 4,
.amis vS to P;i inclusive in block IS First addi
tion. Lots 1 to 11 Inclusive and l'l to 21 Inclusive,
In block 27 First addition, l.ota 1 and 8, Mock 17
First addition. Lois I, 2.'! to .12 Inclusive, block 24
cltv. Lots 7 and II, bloc. !. Lots Into 21 Inclu
sive, Is block n5 city, ns wll more fully appear from
the certified copy of the Judgment on Ille lu the
otrtce of the clerk of tho cltv ol Cairo; that a war
rant for the collectloi. of such asses nieiits I lu
tbe hands of Hie iitulerslnued. All persons Inter
ested sro herebv until! d to call and pay the
amounts assessed, st. th collector's ofilo at tho
Alexander Couniv Bunk wttbni thltty ias f.-om
the date hereof. Died this 2nd div of Sept. A. D.
IMS. TIIO.M ASJ. KKU'i'lt, Collector.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. 8PECIAL
WARRANT NO. 5).
Public notice is hereby given that tho county
court of Alexandercoiiniy lias rendered Jilclrmcut
for a special assessment upon property beuctlttsd
by the following Imnroveim ut, viz: Construction
Ac. ofsldi-'valks In Trout of lots No. 1 to S inclusive,
In block 77. First addition. Lots No. I to 8 inclu
sive, lu block Ttl Flrl addition. Lots No. 1 te 8
Inclusive, In block 7 Fourth addition. Lou No. 1
tn 8 Inclusive, In block s Fourth addition. Lota
No. 1 to 8 Inclusive, lu block 9 Fourth addition.
Lot I, block Hi Fourth addition. All lots fronting
Waehlnutou avenne, In block 11 Fourth addition.
I.otsH, Hand III. blo.-k Si First addition. Lots 1,
111 ami 17, block U2 First addition, a will more
fllll appear from the certified cony ol thejudifment
on Ille In theo rice of the clerk of tho o ty of Cairo;
that a warrant for the collection ef snch assess
ments Is In tho hands of the understood. Ail
persons interested are hereby notllli'd to call and
pay the amounts assessed, at the rollectn-'j-aaice
at the Alexander I'uuuty Hank wltlilu tlitrlv day
from the dalu hereof Oated this anrt day of Sept.
A. 1). mi THOMAS J KKRTU. Collector.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
O WARRANT NO. 54.
Public notice is hereby itlven that ths county
court of Alexander county baa rendered jtids aent
for a special assessment upon p-opertv benefitted
by tho following lnipro ement, via: Construction
tic. of sidewalks In front of lots No 1.2, 5 to 17
Inclusive, In block lu city and lot 111, block 1 city,
as will more fully appear from the certltl-id copy ot
tho jtuk'meut on It'e in the office of the clerk of tbe
city of Cairo; tbatawarraut for ths collection ot
u.b tttmetts Is In the hands of the under
sinned. All persous Inlnre-ted are hereby notified
to call and pay the am 'tints assessed, at the col
lector's olllce al the Alexander Couuty Bau- with
in thirty day. from the date hereof. Dried th I
Hud day of Sept. A. n. issi. ,,. A
TilOMAS J. KKRTU, Collector.