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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1882.
City 0mcer8. ,
Treasurer T. J, Kerth.
Clerk Irvnul. J, Foley.
Counselor-- Win. B. Gilbert.
Marliul--L. II. Meyer.
Attorney William llendrlck.
boau or Mjanain.
First Wrd Win. Mcllale. T. M. Klrnbroogh.
nucoud WirJ-Jcme llinkle, 0. N. Hugh.
Third Ward B. F, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Cbarlet O. filler, Aduipb 8 wo-
Flf'h Ward-T.W. nalllday, KrntttB. Pettlt.
Circuit Jul(i U.. I. linker.
Circuit Cl-irk A. 11. Irrln.
County Judge K. rt Yocura.
'ouniy Clerk S.J. lluwm.
County Attorney J. M. Dainrou.
County Treasurer Milut W. Parker.
County CommlMloucri-T. W. Halllday, J. A.
Otbba nod Peter haup,
(AIKO HAITI ST. Corner Tetith and Poplar
J streets; preaching first and third Sundaya Id
each inoutn, 11 a. m. and7:t t. m : prayer meet
lug Thursday, 7:p. m.; Sunday school, Jt:S0 a m
. Kcv. A . J. HKSS, Pastor
HUKCh'oK TUK KKDKKMKK (Episcopal)
ly Fourteenth tlreet; buuday 7:00 a in., Holy
Eucharist; V.w a. m , Sunday acbool ; M :liOa.m.,
Morning Prayer; :') P. m., Evening Prayer. F.
1'. Davenport. S. T. B. Hector.
I'lltsT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHCHCH.
1' IT- fi;li1iiK at a. n... 8 p. m and 7:80 p. m.
.-.ai.tmii tchool at 7.) p. m Key. T. J. Booret,
It Til K.KAN -Thirteenth ttiect; terrtKt Hab
a ba'k l:;so a. ui.; Sunday tchool Jp. m. HeT.
Ki.uppc, past jr.
El HoblsT (or. Elghtr- and WaliiUt ttreet,
,a Preaching Sabl.ath 11:00 4. m- nd7:30p.ro.
fiuurtay School at 4:oop. ra. Kuv J. A.Sctrrott,
1)l;lIlYTKK!AN -Eighth ttreet; preachlot; on
Sabbath at ll:t a. tu. and 7:p. m; prayer
B.eeiing Wednesday at 7:3") p.m.; Sunday Scheol
at :i p to. Her B. V. 'ior-e, pastor.
i I . .loi-El'U S- -tltouian Catholic) Corner Croat
U and Walnut treu: arvirt Sabbath 10:8ia.
Sunday rtfhixd at 2 p. m. ; Vespere 3 p. m ; ter-rici-cewrj
ul at Ra. tn. Key O'llara, Prlt.
ST. I'A THICK'S (Koinan Catholic) Corner Ninth
n'rict aud Washington avenue; tervlcel 8b
oaib e and 10 a m. ; V'espert 8 p. it.; Sunday School
i p. ra. services every day at h a m. lie. Masterson
' R. Pa. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CESTKALK. K.
THAIS nrPiKT. TKA.lt iRBITf.
Mail S.uia.ru I filall .4:01 a.m
t VccnruMillJli.il :l am Klire Ullla.ni
lEi'-rci-a. S:N) pm I Accomdallo..4:15 p m
MIsS CBNTKALK. 1(.
fMall 4:m.mt.Mall -. !i:Wp.m
tExprein 10:1 5a ra tKiprvft 11:9) a m
ST. L. C. K. K. (Narrow Oaue )
EtproK .... . lo:i")a.m ExprM 4:15 p. m
Acccm'daitun. 1 :Ji p.m Acconi'Uatoln MM p.m
ST. L.. I. M S. K. B.
Rxpreni U:30p.m I BxpreM 2:M i p m
tAccora oauon. Mp m tAccom dalton.lr.45a.m
WAIIASH. ST. LOL'M PACIFIC K'T CO.
Mall A K .... 4:41 vra 'Mali & Ex.... :J)p m
Daily except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE 4 OHIO R. KJ
Mail .:nsa. tn. I Mail R:V) p.m.
Kxpn-ta t:0") . ni. I Expren :) p. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
ExpreMnn.1 Mall lcavet Cairo. every day except
Snndav. at lo:ai a. m. Arrlv.t 4::i5 p. ra.
AccomnimlitloBarrWctatl2:W p- t
part at l .'M p- ui.
EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KU Ac CO..
Cor. Nineteenth meet 1 CiiirO 111
Commercial Avenioi vanvr
Q.E0UGE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvician and Surgeon.
Special allcutloti paid to the Homeopathic treat
win or mimical dlneaciii.aud diDescot of women
B,omc'('1:(lr(in'lUli ttreet, oppoalte the Poit Odlce,
JJlt. W. 0. JOCELYN,
OFFIOB-Klirlitli Street, near Cnmferelal AvaniiM
JH. K W. WHITLOCK,
OMini No, 18 Commertlal Avenue, hntwecn
AFTER TUB FLOOD TDK
FIRE, HUT TUB FLAG
liaaopmuidanrtlnlntlie T)nvlB building on Sixth
atreot. with a tu ttoclc of
NowFtirnituro of all kinds
and It prepared to do
UPIIOLHTHUINO and llopHlrinB
the tlneiit nook cao In tb city, or a nanaaome Dea
room am, or une tiau noaru. irueiu u o
hlhltlon at hit aalut room. Will be ralllfld at toon
llckou aredlapoaad of, or taonoy will be returned
Hid U1M A VAUM
FLOUP GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
O O A. L
D Stoves JD
S Tinware. S
The Cairo & Mound City
A. B. SAFFORD
W. II. MOORE, Mister.
From Vptcmber 5;h nntll farther notice will
sake trip. a follow:
Leavett Cairo at 7:30 a. n., 11:00 . m. and 4:30
Lcavet Mound Cltv at 8:30 a. m., 1:30 p. m. and
6:3' p: m.
Can b eni-eged forexcurttont any evenlnz after
HIE CITY .NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LKVEB.
A General Banking: business
TIIOS. W. IIALL.IL) A V.
JNTBKI'KISB SAVING BANE.
Of Cairo. ' .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. II AL.L.ID AY,
r EBB Y BOAT
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE V3S3 STATES.
On nil IW Mundav. Julr 21. and nntll further
nolle, the ferryboat three Statea will run at near
at poaalbleon tbe fouowmn time tame;
MATH L1ATOI LBAVlt
Foot fourth tt. Mliionri Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
0:30 a. tn.
1:00 p. in,
7:00 a. m,
7:30 a. m,
ljuavn urnvo jj.
Foot Fourth tt. Kentucky Ld'g. Mlnourl Land'n
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 8:10 p.m
Ou Inst trip leaving Kentucky landing at 4 :30 o'clock
p, m., tho hunt will go to lilrd Point, making con
nection with T. St, L. paeiungiir train for Cairo.
Firm trip at H:30 a. m. leaving Cairo. Will connect
wuu i'. ui. b. train leaving tairo.
UE KEGULAK CAIRO AND PADUCAU
HENRY E. T AY LOU - Matter
GEO. JOBE8 .'. Clerk
Leave Paducah for Cairo dally (Sunday! except'
ed)ata.m. ant MonndOlty all p m. Return
ing, Loavtt Cairo at4 p, m. Mound. City et.&p. tu
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY C11A8.
9:30 P. M. September 11, 1S.-2.
September. October. November.
$ t HI ll'J 10
H m4 yi
12:30 P. M
$ j)00 $19 1.1
Wt 94 ViK
VVi 31 31
1:0) P. M. Clo.lna.
19 1 .0 00 f 19 07'
6i'4 Hi 8.
Sl, 8i", 3 m
NEW YORK, SEPT 11. 18SJ.
Wheat R. W i Ofiji u No2 Rod$l 07;
Corn No. 2 77c
W. F. Lambdim, river editor of i'hs Hui.i.tih
and tteamboit paener a;iit. Order for all
kind, of steamboat Job printing noliclted. OlTlce
at Planter. Hotel, No. M Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE RIVKR.
The river mark by the gauge last
evening at this port, M feet 7 inches and
PitUburg, Sept. 120 p. m River 4 feet
1 inch and rising.
Cincinnati, Sept. 120 p. iu. River 12
feet 0 inches anil stationary.
Louisville, Sept. 12-G p. in. River 6
feet 10 inches and falling.
Nashville Sept. 12-6 p.m. River 3 feet
0 inches and falling.
St. Louis, Sept. 12-G p. m. River 10 feet
(3 inches and falling.
The Hudson leaves St. Louis for Cairo,
Paducah and Shawneetown this evening.
Yesterday was bright and clear but bus
The tow boat Piasa passed here yester
day at noon with a big tow of.rr.ck for
some point on tbe lower Mississippi.
The City of Helena from Memphis will
land at the cily wharf this morning, take
freight and passenger for St. Louis or in
The Gus Fowler will arrive this evening
at 2 o'clock from Paducah, and leave on
her return trip at 4:33 p. m.
Tbe Will Kyle four days out from New
Orleans will arrive here to-morrow night.
Passengers going up the Ohio can secure
tickets of Y. F. Lamhdin, agent.
Tbe Cons Millar leaves, Cincinnati this
evening fr Memphis.
The John A. ScudJor arrived l,mt M'D.
nine at 3 o'clock from New Orleans. Sin;
was flying li'ht and left for St. Louis at 5
The Annie P. Silver arrived here yester
day morning at 10 o'clock. She had a tine
trtight trip and a!so a barge well laden.
She left las night for !New Orleans
and has about all the freight she can
Tbe Guiding Star is duo to-day lor New
Orleans. Capt. J. D. Hegler is in com
mand and we can say for him that he has
the nicest boat of the Dig O. line. She
will receive freight here and will not leave
until sometime during the day to-morrow.
Tho Citv of New Orleans leaves St.
Louis to-morrow for the lower Mississippi.
Tbe Belle Memphis for Yicksburg will
report here this evening.
Electricity in War.
Tho use of the electric light in war
fare seems not as yet to be thoroughly
perfeeiod. An experiment wa.s ruatlo
with it the other night by tho Superb,
now R ing oil' Riunloh, but in tho cau
tious language of tho yt'Ne.1! correspond
ent, whether 'it. was nn advantage, or
otherwise is an open question, "inas
much as tho oflieer in charge of tho
picket, whose duties it was supposed to
assist, complained that it was generally
on his own men that tho light was
thrown, while all around them was
wrapped in a more than Egyptian dark
ness, it seems rather as though on that
occasion, ut least, it was very much
otherwise. Indeed, one feels inclined to
say of it much what Sam YVelhsr said
of the dark lantern with which Mr.
Pickwick proposed to guard from dis
covery the midnight loves of Mr. Win
kle and Miss Allen "werry nice tilings,
if they're managed properly; but when
you don't want to be seen, I think they
are more useful arter tho candlo's gone
out than when it's alight."
Franco, with an area of 200,000
square miles has a population of 37,
000,000, as against a population of 60,
000,000 in tho United States, which ha
an area of 3,000,000 square miles.'
There is a very large amount of dog
tongue, or vanilla leaf, shipped from
North Carolina to northern markets.
There is a good demand for it and it
brings a fair prion. At nearly ovory
station between Wilmington and Golds
boro bales of dog-tonguo can bo seen at
the depots awaiting shipment.
When are thioves like leopards? When
they are "spotted."
How a Thoughtless Man Lost a Dinner
On the day heforo last Thanksgiving
an excellent, friend of ours went to mar
ket to make provision for his own fami
ly, and a number of guests who wero
expected at his hospitable board. Ho
purchased, as was usual at that season,
a noble turkey of considerable weight.
Casting Ida ,.yu about, he discovered a
small boy with apparently nothing to
"My lad," said he, "I will give you a
shilling to carry this bird home."
"Thank you. sir," replied tho boy; "I
am the one' to do it."
Tho worthy gentleman paid tho
money on the spot, but called the re
ceiver back to add a bunch of crisp cel
ery and sotno vegetables to the basket,
after which he went on his way. On
Thanksgiving morning, tho host took
his hat and cane for a walk, when ho
was inquired of in his own house what
provisiuu he had made for dinner.
"Why," said he, "wo will have that
turkey, to be sure. Did you ever see a
"What turkey?" was asked with
"Why, that turkey which I sent yes
terday. I told a little boy to carry it
home, and gave him a shilling for 'his
"He has never brought it."
"I see how it is," replied tho host,
laughing, "I forgot to give him my ad
dress, ami ho has carried it home in
deed. The markets are closed now.
We must make our Thanksgiving a fast
day." llo.stun Ik ruhl.
Spam is looming up as a livclv coun
try. The furious agitation against tho
commercial treaty with Frame. s,.mn
time ago is now followed by a refusal
to pay taxes. A wild insurrection will
be the next tliiii'r in order locrmvinoa
the world that Spain is not dead.
Baltimore has a population of about
310,000, and a church membership of
Eighty-eight Swiss convents contain
546 male and L',0-0 female inmates. The
aggregate wealth is 25,000,000 francs.
The average height of the British
guards sent to Egypt is stated to bo five
feet ten and a half inches, as against
five feet ten inches in 1851.
For the lira time in its history a
gloom has been east over an interior
Texan town by the death of a "good
A company of capitalists are putting
a good deal of money into the zinc mines
of east Tennessee, and expect profitable
returns from their investment.
By actual count of the Geneseo (N.
Y.) 'Hcpuhh'cin, there are in that village
207 unmarried ladies of marriageable
age, and but 55 unmarried men.
Wild turkeys are reported as more nu
merous than usual this season of the
year throughout tho west of Texas and
on the line of the railroads.
Twenty years ago there wero fifteen
hundred boaU on the Lehigh canal, and
now tiiere are not live hurntred.
I'.randied soda water is a drink thatis
sold in large quantities at the soda fount
ains in the London drugstores.
,TU" P,"!!6 of the United States drink
about (o,00W ,, s of wL.sk
year. o wonder that
many snako stories.
Large numbers of hogs have recently
been purchased in Ohio 'and Illinois to
be sent to Georgia to bo fattened. Thero
is something refreshingly novel in this.
Dr. Felix Oswald says that perma
nent indoor work is slow suicide. He
adds that preaching and pettifogging
are tho healthiest of all tho learned pro
fessions. Fractions of a penny have never been
paid by the Bank of England in distrib
uting the dividends on the national
debt, and the accumulations of tho un
paid fractions amount to 1-13,000.
It is proposed to open the Tennessee
Southern railroad to New Orleans with
in a year. Three intermediate and part
ly built roads are to bo consolidated
The lumber trade of Apalachicola,
Fla., is becoming enormous. It is ex
pected that five hundred vessels will
load there during tho coming commer
A fleet of forty vessels from Key West
are gathering sponges off Arolote and
Clear Water Harbor. On ono day re
cently $5,0i.i0 worth of sponges wero
bought at Key West.
John T. Raymond, when asked by a
New York reporter why bo looked so
sad, replied that ho was sorrowing be
cause ho must leave his wife and part
with his moustache to stmt tho stage.
Tho Victoria Cross is a special deco
ration for personal valor under lire in
tho British army, and though it has oc
casionally been won by a lord, has
never yet fallen to a Prince of tho
During a dearth of news in a Western
office, says an irreverent Eastern ex
change, the olliec cat was jammed into
tho job press and tho editor immediate
ly set tin tho following head lines:
Dreadful Accident Nino Lives Lost."
Capital is sought to initiate cassava
culture on a largo scalo in lower Flori
da. Tho cassava is an ediblo root of the
tropics, and is very rich iu glucose,
which is tho object of its culturo in this
hist a nee.
It has been found that sparrows will
eat caterpillars. Ihey never object to
caterpillar meat, but they dislike their
liairy covering, and now caretul experi
ments have proved that a sparrow will
gobble up caterpillars just as fast as a
man can skin them.
Tho Austrian military authorities have
decided to abandon the fortress of Ko
niggratz, in Northern Bohemia, closo to
which tho decisive battle of Sadovva was
foujfht. Tho nite and tho buildings
have been sold to the Commune lor
A physician falls Into a fit while mak
ing a round of visits, and is carried in
to a drug store. "Send for Dr. X ,"
says Homebody. ;No, no, not for him,"
says the dying man, feebly, ut the men
tion of his rival's name; "if he brought
mo round it would advertise him! I
prefer to die."
Lako (ieorge as a Riimnier resort has
made a marvelous leap into popularity.
Twelve years ago there wero only four
hotels there. Now sixty hotels line tho
sides of tho lake ami (lot the Islands.
The four or live thousand tourists who
used to visit the lako have increased this
year to forty or fifty thousand.
North Carolina is getting famous for
its "varbs." Ono day recently lifteen
hundred pounds of roots and herbs wero
shipped from Shelby to New York. A
shipment of similar importune was
made tho week before, and another of
cherry bark, butterlly root, tansy, and
catnip was to follow'speedily.
A gentleman, while working on a
new building at San Jose, Cal., the other
day, discovered a tarantula hole in tho
ground, in which were three large tar
antulas and a kind of shell or cocoon,
which was supposed to contain tarantu
la eggs. The shell was broken and ho
counted three hundred young ones.
The nrojei-i of cultivating oysters in
Salt lake, Utah, is regarded thereabouts
as impracticable, as there is in the lako
no suitable food for oysters, and arti
ficial feeding would "be unprofitable,
while there is danger that the mud and
salt that is carried into the lake each
spring would smother the oysters.
Henry Johnson was sold on the auc
tion block, in King and Queen county,
Virginia, when eighteen years of age.
lie served (icneral Dick Taylor until ho
was transferred to General Andrew
Jackson's household, lie was with
General Jackson at the battle of New
Orleans. Ho is now living at Oborlin, i
at tho age of 10'.) years. I
New Orleans claims to lead in rose
growing. There may be seen in that
city a Lamarquo rose vino with a stem
eight inches thick, In some private
gardens thero are loO variolies. The fa
vorite rose is the Gold of Oidiir. It is
small, of very pale pink, shading toward
tho heart into deep, rich gold color,
while faint streaks of crimson touch the
The ex-King Cetytvayo Mill sticks to
beef as the chief article of his diet.
English beef ho considers good, but not
so good as that of his own country, for
thero is too much fat about it. The
other day fourteen pounds bad been
prepared for his breakfast and that of
his three chiefs. Tho latter ate thirteen
pounds before Cetywayo made his ap
pearance, ho a fresh supply had to be
' The operator of the Mobile office of
the Mobile and Gulf Telegraph Company
was recently surprised by bearing over
his wire through messages from New
Orleans to New York. An investigation
showed that an unfortunate frog had
found its way into a cable box, aud its
body, burned almost to a crisp, formed
a sullicieiit connection between the
Western Union and the Mobile und
The story is told that in Schuyler
county, New York, thero is a young-old
man, who without apparent cause, liv
ing pla::-,' .;o a farm, has in eighteen
years passed through tho physical
he'harf i:ui;M',:l'e' At ihi? W )f
and muscle usual in alit.l of''Wi1
his beard was grown and gray hairs ap
peared. Now, at IS he is decrepit as
an old man of 80, and seems tottering
'on tho verge of the grave.
Tho graziers of Australia and New
ZealamC of late years have reckoned
the rabbits as their worst enemy. In
man' districts those prolific creatures
have" left so little grass that tho sheep
have been kept from starvation only by
their transfer to other localities. Some
idea of the size of this invading army
of rabbits may bo gained from tho fact
that two "rabbit preserving factories,"
one at Colac and the other at Camper
down, have been known to destroy 60,
W)u of the pests in a single week.
American Euterprise on the Rhone.
The American gentleman who went
into raptures over Niagara, not because
of its grandeur, but probably of its
being "a line water power," was prob
ably more typical of his countrymen
than is generally supposed; at any rate,
a compatriot of his has imitated him at n
distance, by buying up all the land in
thetieighborhood of Bellegarde, through
which the Rhone runs subtorranoously.
It is now, however, thanks to his inge
nuity, being diverted from it.s under
ground passage, and, by means of a
channel, turned oft' in a new direction,
where ils powercan bo used for working
any amount of machinery. Already
mechanics aro beginning "to Hock iu
from various parts of Europe, and tho
inhabitants of tho placo aro of the opin
ion that erelong Bellegardo will become
a thriving town. London World.
PROPRIETOR OK BPHOAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer In leu.
ICF, VY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WKLI
?CKED FOR BH1PPINO
Our LondM a Bpoeinltv.
o io f i o w t
Cor, Twelfth Street and LeYee,
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.
MMaria once having laid Itt
hold upon the human frame, tho
door of the system i thrown open
to nervous dieaes. The body
weak and enfeebled absorb no
nourishment, but lubslsling upon
itself, the digestive organs no
loncrr perform their functions;
t lieliver becomes torpid, and other
orzmu 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 fever,
Brown'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
ah respectable dealers in medicines,
price, $ I per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other.
Cl'KClAL ASSESSMENT NOTICi. SPECIAL
13 WAIIKAN I' NO. M).
l'tiblic notice I hereby Btven that the county
court ot AU-Xttuder county had rendered judgment
for o Kpeclul asrniiHMi( upon property beie iltted
by the following improvement, v z: (iravelfng a-d
tiavlne lreet to-wlt: hi oh ttreet from Ohio
loveeto Commercial avenue. Commercial avenne,
fromSlxth to Ei'lilli ttrue't. Klu'hth elreot, Torn
Commercial avenue 10 Wahiiftn avenue, aa
will more fullv nppeiirfrom tho certified copy of
the Judgment on tile In Hie office of tho clerk of
the oily of Cairo; that a warrant lor the collection
ofeuili anieMiiineiii8 is Iu the uumln nftho under
il;red. All pern tint lutercmed are hereby notified
to call ami pay the hiiiomiiI anaio-aed, at the collec
tor' office at the Alexander Cotiuty Hank wlihin
thirty day from the date hereof. Dated thin aud
day ofSojit. A. D. IsM. THOMAS J. KKRTH,
OPKC'IAL ASSESSMENT XOTICE. SPECIAL
WAKKAt NO. M.
Public notice la hereby yiven that the connty
court of Alexander county h-a rondered Judgment
for a tperial tnunt upon properly benellitod
by the following improvement, vU: Conxtructton
ttr of Bldiiwiilk In front of lot No. 1,28 to 40
clunlve Id block 7 j city. Lot o. isui., m.w,
in block -Jiirlty. Lot IS, block ! and lot 1, block 8
city. Lot 1 to S IncliiKive, bUirk 51 citv. Lot S,
in to 21 IncliiHlve, In block 8:1 Kirtt addition. Lot
S to Hincluitlvc in block :Hr-'irt addition, as will
more t ill ly apneur from llm certified copy of the
Judgment on file m tho oflk-.o of the clerk of the city
of Cairo; thnt a warraut for the collection of uucU
am-nimoiill in the himd of the underlined.
All persons Interest Hre hereby uotifled to call and
pay the amount a-Becscd. at the collector' officii
at the Alexander C'ounly Hunk within thirty day
from the clalo hereof. I'uted Oil Hurt day of Sept.
A. D. 1S8J. 1IIOMA8 J. KKIlt ll. Collector.
Oi'KCIALAHSHSSMKNT NOTICE. SPECIAL
O W A It HA NT NO. b2.
l'ubllc notice la hereby given that th.i County
court of Alexander county ha remle.ed Judgment
lor a special amoixsmont upon property benedtted
bv tlie following Improvement, viz: Construction
of sidewalks Jtc. Iu Irnnt of lots 9, 10. 11, 14 to 19
Inclusive, block I Lolt 1, AI, 'it, si?, t!U, 3), SI, and
DVtii block ti i. Lots 1 to 8 lucluslye, Iu block fi!.
Lot 6 and 7, block ftl Lots al to SH Inclusive, in
block 'M. Lots it to as ncltiBivu, block X'U. Lot
-.: to Inclusive. In l ock 7 -. Lot 1,2.I to .40 In
clusive, lu block -27 First addition. Lot 1 to 8 lu
cluslvo, Iu block 4ri city. Lot 4, 6, 7, 8, M, 10, IS, to
11 inclusive, in block 11) First addition. Lola 4,
I, and 8 vSlo Ml Inclusive, in block 18 First addi
tion. Lois I to 11 Inclusive and l.'l toil Inclusive,
in block Tt First addition. Lot 1 and 8. block 17
First addition. Lois I, IS to Hi Inclusive, block -'4
city. Lot T ami l. hloc it. Lots 10 to 91 Inclu
sive, la block fiDcltv, as wll more fully appear from
the certified ropy of the Judgment ou file In tho
ofUc.o of theclerk oflhe city of Cairo; that war
rant for lliu collection of sueli asset mem I in
tho hsiid of tb" iiiulerslu'iu n. All person Inter
ested are hereby not Hi d to call aud pay the
amount assessed, nt tli icoiiertor otuct at me
Alexander (,'omitv Hank wllhm tbltly da f.-om
I he dale hereof Haled (In '2nd day of Sept. A. 1).
les'i. THOMAS J. KE Kill, Collector.
OrEClALASSICSSMKNT NOTICE. 8FKCIAL
O WA ttllANT No. D3.
Public notice Is hereby elven that the county
court of Alexamlereouiiiy lia rendered Judgment
for a special assessment upon property benelllted
by the followliii! Imuroveuienl, vlx: Construction
C ofsldewalksln front of lots No. t toS Incltltlvj,
in block 77 First addition. Lot No. I to 8 Inclu
sive, u block 70 First addition. Lot No. 1 Ih 8
iucluslve.ln block 7 Fouitli addition. Lot No. 1
to 8 Inclusive, l block s Fourth addition. Lota
No. 1 In 8 Inclusive, Iu block II Fourth additiou.
Lot I, block 10 Fourth addition. All lota fronting
Wiislilnnton avenne, In block II Fourth additiou,
Lot 8, It and 10 block 8J Klr-t addition. Lot 1,
IH and 17. block First addition, a will more
fully appear from the certified cony ol the JiidKineut
on tile In Ihuo llco of I he clerk of the o.ty ol Cairo;
that a warrant for the collectlnu of inch
moiit I In the hand of tliu undoHlgued. All
iiersor: interested are hereby notified U call ana
av the amounts assessed, at the collector' office
at the Alexander County Hank within thirty day
from the date hereof lMtwd Oils ind day of Sept.
A.l). 181. TUOMASJ KEHT1I, Collector.
Ci'KClAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
Public notice la hereby given that tbe county
court of Alexander county ha rendered Jndsr nent
for a tperial assessment upon property noheBtlud
by the following, Impro emut, vl : Construction
&c. or sidewalk lu front of lot No. 1, 0, Mo 17
Inclusive, tu block In cily nud lot ltt, block US city,
as will mora fully appear from the certified copy of
tho judgment on fie tu the oil re of Ihe clerk of the
city of Cairo-, that a warrant Tor the collection o
tilth assessments lain tlie handt of the ondef
Igned. All icrou Interested are hereby nollaml
to cull and pay tn am unit csed, at the col
lector't offlce it the Alexander Count Mank with
Ih thirty day from lb dale hreof. Dttedlhlt)
Had da, of BeptA . .JV 1HRJ
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