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THE DAILY OAIItO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 18.
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect your PREMISES. We have a largo
COPPERAS, ! CHLORIDE of LIME,
BKOMO CHLORALUM, GIRONMN,
CARBOLIC ACII), Etc., Etc.,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
JP)W YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PA.T1ER & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street) Cairn 111
Oommerrlal Avonne f V-KIHI'. 111.
Manufacturer and Dealor in
6th 8 tree i,, betweon Com'l Ave. iid Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMtT.MTION.
Safet Repaired. All Kinds nf Ken Mado.
IAS. B. SMITH.
KQB1HT A. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - ILHi.
N. B. Thistlewood & Rro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, ... Illinois.
JM and 118 Commor- (Vinn Tli:,: ,
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full line of all the latest, newest color
and quality, aud tot maniifa tare.
OAIiPKT DKI'AHTMKN V.
Body Brussels, Tiprslrles, Ingrains, Oil
Clotht, A c.
lis and Gents' Furnislii
1hlt I) partmen' occupies a full floor and
Is complete In all respects, tinod are
KtiaranUvd ol latest style and best ma
terial. Bottom Prices and FirHt-claHH Goods!
Cairo Si St. Louis Packet.
The palatial Anclior Line tteamer
Will aato Cairo every Saturday and Tuesday even
tns at n o'clock, giving Cairo a dally boat (ur bt.
Kor particulars as rales, etc., apply to Capt.
Taos. W, Hhli'lds,Uetieral Agent, or Sol A. Silver,
Cairn At New Madrid I'akt.
'llio flue passenger and freight steamer
will leav Cairo avorr Holiday, Wdne4ay and
74 OHIO LEVEE
Cor. 8tli & Wash. Ave
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices III tnls column, eight cent per line for
Brst anil Ave cent per line eacn subsequent inter
.Ion. For ono wotk, 30 cents per lino. Kor one
month, to centt per line
A ten room two-story house and a ten
room cottage, on Thirteenth street, near
Commercial avenue. For terms apply to
3t Locis H. Myers.
Until Saturday evening July 28th, ti!s
will be received by the School Board for
raising the colored school building, mtuared
on Walnut street, between Seventeenth and
fcigoteentu streets, three teet above t us
present level, and extending brick founda
tion up to same point. M.J. Howley,
For Sale or Trade.
A first-class oronertv consisting of 3 acres.
garden, etc., a good dwelling-house, a store
house 70 feet deep, 2-storv barn, ice house.
corn cribs, smoke-house, well, cistern, etc.,
at Greenfield Landing can be bought for
cash or I will exchange for Cairo property.
I mean business. Come and see me.
029tf John Tasxeb.
Farm bands; wages tlo.00 per month.
Apply to II. J. D.al & Son, Charleston,
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Power on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmith ing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf'
Ice, Wood and Kin Jims'.
Northern Lake Ice 50c. per K0 iU.:
good, dry wood, sawed, ti per cori. atsd
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob Klee't.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
Since boyhood I have been troubled with
Catarrh and Hay Fever, and have been us
able to obtain permanent relief until I used
Ely's Cream Balm. It has cured me. E. L.
Clickener, New Brunswick, N. J. Price 50
For the brain and nerve is what we need in
these days of rusu and worry. Parker's
Ginger Tonic restores the vital energies and
brings good health aud joyous spirits
quicker than anything you can Use. Trib
une. Worthy of Praise.
As a rule we do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we know of one that
really is a public benefactor, and does
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impart that information to all,
Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
medicine, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. We know whereof we speak,
and can freely recommend them to all.
Exch. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Bar
clay Bros. rj)
William II. Rawson, Chicago, III., says:
"Brown's Iron Bitters completely cured me
of dyspepsia; I had suffered for two years."
tfucKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores. Ulcers. Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to lmvb our.
feet satisfaction, or monev refunded. Prim
85 cents par box. For rh1i. 1
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
KingB's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to call at Barclay
Bros' drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you arc suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of tho throat
or lungs. It will positively cure'you. (0)
The Limbo of Things Lost
on earth has engulfed many a trumpery
tooth wash, paste and powder, since SOZO
DONT was Introduced to public notice,
but that standard articlo still retains its
place In general estimation nud waxes in
popularity as tho years wane. People,
whoso toeth have been saved by it, speak
gratefully In its behalf, and professional
endorsements of it multiply fast.
For twenty years I waB a sufferer from
Catarrh of the hoad and throat in a very ag
granted form, aud during tho summer
months with Hay Fever. I procured a bob
tlu of .Ely's Cream Balm and after a few
applications received decided benefit wtts
cured before the bottle was used. Have
had no return of tho complaint. Charlotto
Parker, Waverly, N. Y.
.The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL. LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in men commnt, ten cents per Una,
inch tnswtlnn and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to Toward anr man 'a buslnosa Interest art
always paid for.
Mayor Halliday went to Mound City
Hon. J. II. Barton, of the Free Press,
at Cnibondale, was in the city yesterday.
Louis Parkor was fined $5 and costs by
Justice Robinson yesterday for being dis
orderly. Blackberries continue to come in every
day, in buckets carried by swarms of color
ed people ot all ages, sexes and shapes.
Chief Myers has had a lime cart in
circulation through the city, distributing
lime along places seeming to need disinfec
ting. Mr. Jno. F. Rector is at homo again
after an absence of several week9. He so
journed about tho lakes during his absence
and is much improved physically.
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
sale on at the leading saloons. if
Masons and laborers are layincr the
stone flagging in front of . tho business
houses of Messrs. Keohler & Block and
Coffee & Bross. It will bo one of the
best walks iu tho city.
Slate Senator Daniel Hogan talks of
bringing suit for libel and damages against
those who originated the report that he had
bribed members of the legislature to vote
for the Mound City appropriation bill and
was reimbursed for such expenditure by the
Mound City council.
Bank checks made to order, bound in
books, f 4.00 per thousand, at Tue Bi'Li.K
tix office. Perforating 25 to 50c, numK r
ing 1.00 per thousand extra. Limn or reg
ular folio paper. Call and see samples of
paper or checks. tf
-Tbe hiss by fire in Brooklyn, Ills.. Sun
day morning will reach $20,000 it is
thought. Messrs. Sheets Jfc Sons who own
ed the flour mills destroyed, estimate their
loss at seven thousand dollars, and $3,600
insurance. 1 hey saved only aoout a a zen
barrels of flour out of their establ t!
A warrant was sworn out yesterday
for Jerry Perkins, a colored gentleman, who
hss a tender regard for mmnn bw-ion
white tr&rh of the feminine mi. He is 1
said to keep a house full of them down on
Fourth or F.fib street His case will
come t:p before Magistrate Cwtnint this
In ai 1'vm to tbe n display ol "s:l
ver. g'.'ld knd precious stone" in tie wis
dvw o! Jno. A. Mil:er' jewelry e'.ort, tier
are a Lumber of pbot?jrapLi of the beauti
ful 6cifcry " 'r'.'uni about D im Spr.c;-r
ti 6.,-e worth rtudritg. tf
Tie railways form one of tbe moetesc
cftoful troptrwK fcocities iu tie Uiii
S:at. Tlty Late done much for tit
ca'ire of ti-raperaiic by insiting that tit r
employes thail be Mrictly temperate. Sucl
an affirmation of the pratical valueof rbr.
ety is worth nvre to society than all tie
prohibitory laws ever enacted.
Mr. C. T. K-idd, who pvmi tbrii?''i :
here a short t.me ago, from Jackson, Mis ,
for Chicago, to regain his failing beltb.
wis taken dangerously ick at Chicago a
ft w di.y ago aoJ telegraphed for his wif?
who went to him and brought hira to Evans- ;
ville where they now are. They are expec- J
ted to arrive her; to-day or to-morrow.
A crowd of youthful Paduchan,
amused t!n?m-e!ves Sunday niibt by tyic;- ( tltI,e. But when that time comes wo can
a blazing turpentine balls to a cat's tail. ; follow Od. Sellers' advice and cat only tur
The tortured animal ran under a frame rjr, iid water.
building, set it on fire and before the fire j (. ifjtl) W(J Mmfl DeM mag ft
department could come U the rescue, two , Hlr(irnmt whl(.h no attention to our
frame residences and contents were destroy- j k w
ed. Lossseveral thousand dollars. ! By doing some strong backing, we saved
Alderman Harry Walker was out again
yesterday, after having been laid up fr
three or four days with an injury in one
leg, sustained by a fall in jumping from a
moving passenger train, upon which his
family left for Creal Springs. The injury
did not make itself seriously felt until
some hours after the fall, when his knee
swelled up and became inflamed and sore"
Messrs. Devore and Eaaterday have
finished making estimates on improve
ments provided for by ordinances
No. 73 and 121. The list of new
walks to bn built is the longest
ever submitted to commissioners in this
city and when thu improvements shall nil
have been made, the city walks will proba
bly be in better condition than they have
been for many years.
Translated from the Omnibus: The
Mr. Younglawer dances with the daughter
of the house, who an ornamented fan of do
phant bone in thu little hand holds. Her
hot brow moves the cooling to, when,
Oshucks! jostles a neighbor her on, the fan
outfalls of her hand and breaks into several
pieces. "Gracious lady," cries comforting
tho Mr. Younglawyer, "if Ian elephant
wore, believe you me, I should from mo in
stantly a tooth outdraw and for you a new
fan thereout mako let 1"
-Belleville News: "Tho St. Louis &
Cairo Narrow gauge has paid tho compen
sation and damages assessed against It for
the right of way over tho Keck place and
will go to work right away. In a conversa.
tion with Smith, chief engineer of tho road,
we learn that four miles of the new branch
road is already graded, and truck-laying
will begin next week. In less than two
months tho locomotivo whistle will wake
up the denizens of Millstadt. This branch
road has been quietly worked up, and will
be in operation beforo aoiuo people in tho
county find out that any such project is on
hand. Of course the road will not er.d at
Millstadt; it is seeking connections that will
eventually mukoit a fcrand trunk line, and
thid city is on thu lino."
It is a fact which but few peoplo would
believe without positive proof, that about
two months ago there were actually ono
hundred ard eleven dogs owned in this
city. Tho proof of this we find in tho as
sessor's books. But since this report was
made Chief Myers has captured ami killed
Hhout two hundred and thirty-five dogs
and he is confident that there are about
the hundred or a thousand more in the
city. This would indicate a very remark
able fecundity in the canine race, aud ren
ders the prospect that by continued war
upon them with powder and ball will lessen
their number almost hopeless.
Dr. Strong is absent from tho city, hav
ing been suddenly called to tho bedside of
his little daughter in Ohio. Since coining
among a the doctor has won a host ol
warm friends, and built up a large practice
iu Homeopathy. He has but recently mov
cd opposite his old office, into Mr. Neff s
new buildings, where he has fitted up his
suit of rooms with elegance and taste. His
new office is a gem, the room for adminis
tering the Eloctro Vapor baths is large and
comfortable, and furnished with all the
conveniences that tend to make theso popu
lar baths not only a benefit to the sick, but
a luxury to the healthy.
A man named Haly, who is a resident
of Bird's Toint, Mo., an 1 who "got his
name up" some time ago in a bloody fight
with another tough on the steamer Three
States, is aain iu trouble and in jail in
this city. Tuesday he entered tli. store of
Mr. Dwyerat Bird's Point and proceeded to
abuse and assault the proprietor, aftir
which he left, coming to this city. The
marshal ot Bird's Point sent word here to
arrest Haly and last night Officer McTigue
captured him on Ohio levee and took him
to jail for sate keeping until to-day when
he wilt be turned ever to the Br is Point
officer and taken bck home.
The time when Sheriff Hodges must
makes his report a collectcr of this county,
to the state auditor, is now not very far off
and he is now taking very aggresive meas
ures to collect what is still due on account
of personal property. The sale of real
ttate upon which taxes were unpaid was
concluded some days ago, and the sale of
personal prorerty has now begun. Deputy
t?lrT:? Morse fca for several davs been in
j taditg tSt Lota of dtiiLrpente aad taking
I por.se'-tj on of furtiture, piaLoa, atoves, etc.
t'.c , ipon Lscb tie owntr bad failed, af
tr rejrf-atti re'ojeo. to pay the taxes. De
; hiy-ieu slosid take cognizance of this
iv:' v:X accr1iDg!y.
Tiie g'tvn cucumber is now tempting
ly i.'p.'ajs-i 'in the table and the water-
f.ows after. The doctor lo-.k bt
tr.- cj''un,b'rr wi'h a Hiake of the had,
ar; 3 s,rK; pate an ir.r r a-e iu b'iiners from
' its ue. At for the watermelon, the aver
; ge sLa!l boy tan aurroun 1 one without
j fetiing J.mgr-e'b!e conseouences. Yet
discretion should be used and the small Ixiy
thou id moderate his zeal in the destruction
j of watermelons. If cholera threatened ua
; as some frighteae 1 ones aver, the use of
i the-e ar icles of diet would b'i very olj-c-:
t.onalde, but cholera will probably not
' reach thin immediate vicinity he fore next
j year, or some other year. The doctors tell
ijs that it threaten to appear about that
him; which was a great loas, for ho would
have ma l'i gwd literature. Cairo is a
brisk town now; and is subtantially built,
and has a city look about it which is in no
ticeable contraat to its former estate, as per
Mr. Dicken 'a portrait of it, However, it
was already building with bricks when I
had seen it last which was when Colonel
(now General) Grant was drilling bis first
command there. Uncle Mumford says tho
libraries and Sunday Schools have done a
good work in Cairo, as well as the brick
masons. Cairo has a heavy ruilroad and
river trade, and her situation at the junc
tion of the two great river is ho udvatage
ou.4 that she cannot well help prospering."
Missouri Republican: "The statistician
who has charge of thu anthrtcito 'survey iu
Pennsylvania is making ingenious efforts to
give the public a clear understanding as fo
the amount and size of the exhumation go
ing on in that statu. A person obtains very
little idea from thu statement that tip to
January 1, 1883, there had been taken lioai
the, anthracite cohI fields rf)0,H;j:i,0'J5 tons
of coal. But when it is stated that this
body would form a solid wall 100 feet wide
tor a distance of 211 miles, tho immensity
of the quantities Is somewhat more appar
ent. Tho coal would form a wall 100 feet
thick ami 208 feet high from Nuw York to
Philadelphia, Great as has been tho pro
duction, and extensive as are thu excava
tion in thu soil ot the Keystone stalest is es
timated that only six pur cunt, of the avail
able supply has boen exhausted. At pres
ent rates of increaeo, and with the contin
ual improvement in mining processes, it is
evident, however, that another hundred
years will make mighty inroads upon tho
Hero is what Mark Twain says about
Lairo and surroundings, in his latest book
"Near the mouth of tho Ohio river sevcra
islands were missing-washed away. Cairo
was still there easily visiblo across the
long, flat point upon whose further verge
it stands; but wo had to steam a long
way around to get to it. Night fell as we
were going out of the upper river and meet
ing tho floods of tho Ohio. Wo dashed along
without anxiety; for tho hidden rock which
used (o lio right in tho way has moved up
stream, a long distance out of tho channel
or rather about one county Ins gono into
the river from tho Missouri puint and the
Cairo point has "made down" and added to
its long tongue of territory correspondingly
The Mississippi jg just and equitiblo riv
or; it never tumbles one man's farm over
I . . I . i . . ...
noaru wmiout building a new farm just
line it lor that mau's neighbor. This keeps
down hatd feelings.
It seems that Chief Myers was illy re
paid for his kindness in taking to his house
to be cared for, tho young girl who was
picked up by him some days ago in com
pliancc with a dispatch from Contralia
pi... : -i . i i - ... - .
mo yin ion pitiyiui story in a manner
that could have left no doubt of its truth
in Hie mind of any one who heard it and
di In't know better. She had run away
Ironi persecution ami would die betora
she would voluntarily go back home. She
seemed meek and innocent enough; but
when she had been comfortably ensconced
in the chiefs home, been dressed by Mrs
Myers in some of her dangler's clothing
and was given tho free lorn of the house,
she grew bold and showed parts of her
true nature that soon dispelled the first im
pressions made by her, ami
made her presence in the
house unbearable. The chief posted
himself as to the truth or falsity of her
story and found it to be the latter. He
thereupon telegraphed to the marsh il of
Vandalia to cune after the girl, and he
came yesterday and t ok her away.
One reason why the cholen and other
epidemic diseases play such dread havoc
in E.'ypt and all portions of thEad is the
fatalism of the people. "Kismet, it
Ftito, answers all questions. It is vain for
the government to urg.j precautions, unless
to instruct the people iu ordinary sariitury
precautions. The infected water is sti
drank the filth and garbage left unmoved.
The Fed 1 ah will lie iu a bed whence the
plague-stricken hss just been taken to the
grave. He will eat of the unripe, ami j et
rotting, fruit which is cheapest, and smiles
with disdain at the Giaour dog, whom the
Frank cl! a dct'r "i sanitiarv commis
signer. He hears him and, vhn the
I'ranger'i onck n turned, spits upon the
grr-un i, calls upon Allah to curse the un
lelieving dug, an I cilmly letnrn to bis
daily routine. Among t'je rich doubt has
crept in the Koran. Circassian mothers
Parisian Lyce.t and contact witli the world
has taken from them the absolute belief of
the ttue Moslem. Against Kismet they re
member shrewd Mohammed's s -tying,
"Tether well thy camel then trust in God
to find him sabs in the morning." Then,
behind their high walls lie pleasant gar-d'-ns,
j.'iluualy sere ne I from th-; public
g The bath is a constant luxury and is
calm, clean and with the true oriental, void
of excesses. Littlo meat and that carefully
dres-e l, no liquors, perh ips with a fe-, a
vry few, a littiu oh imptgne, wiiich in some
way does not seem inc. u led in the Moslem
law agaiost wine, is ttken. but tor the mt
part, "the berry's sober juice" aud aherlets
are the only drink. Life flows on little ef
fected by the storms without the Harem's
wall an I in the outbreaks of pestilence this
class often cscapsea. For the rest the only
plan seems the now adopted. Drive them
from their filth at the point of tho bayonet,
burn the kennels and their rags. Force
them into pure air and surroundings, but
with all that can be done the mortality is
frightful. People here should take pains to
avoid being wrapped in Oriental inertia.
Cholera and yellow fever are said to be pre
vailing iu Niw Mexico and elsewhere.
Strict quarantine will probable prevent a
spread, certainly will prevent it from reach
ing hero. But, nevertheless, to prevent
other diseases from springing up among us,
to keep our city as free from sickness as it
now is, it should bn thu care of every citi
zen that his premises is kept constantly in
a good sanitary condition. Cellars and nil
(lamp places should bo all thoroughly dis
infected; care should bn had in tho selec
tion of food and thu quality of Water used,
and many other preciutioos can lie taken
that will prove beneficial.
A light-weight nainud Joe Cubbin,
In a "mill" got a good drubbin,
1I was cured of his bruises.
And ho now always uses
St. Jacobs Oil when lie noods rubbin.
OPJSN AIR CONCERT,
prof Storer's brass aud reed hand will
give an open air concert to-morrow evening
on Tenth street music stand. The program
me is the best of the season, and will con
sist of the following selections:
March "Emmet a Lullaby' Bowman
Overture "Tournament" Beyer
Walling "Blue Danube" .Strauss
Selection "Hoavena are Tullinp", . Haydn
Caprice "Solitude" Me'rcadauto
Clarlonetto Hulo "Second Air et Vnrle"
Witlties "Malabolla" Keller
Selection -"Babes In tho Wnod"..Mut!al!y
Finalo March-"Right Loft" Roussa
A special meeting of tho city council was
hold at tho chamber. last night. Proseot,
Aldermen Lanctor, Stout, Swoboda, Mc
Halo, Hughes, Blake and Smith.
Tho mayor being absent, Alderman
Hughes was callud to the chair, and he
stated that tho object of the meeting was to
receive bids and for general business.
Bids of C. Lane, T. Furgmon, Win. Mi
nor, JncFerter and M. Qulnn, for con
struction of sidewalks, were opened and
read by clerk and referred tb committee on
Aldormau Mcllalo mnvod that surveyor
be employed to draw lines marking grade
of sidewalks provided for and bid upon.
Clerk read communication from Col. S.
S. Taylor as agent of Trust Property Com
pany, withdrawing petition made by said
company to council about two years ago,
praying that body to permit the St. Louis &
Cairo railroad company to use portion of
New Levee Street as right-of-way for its
track, and annulling anything said or done
by said Trust Property Company, favoring
the appropriation by said railroad company
of part of said levee street for the purpose
named. Communication was referred to
committee on streets.
Clerk read report of commissioners ap
pointed by council to make estimates as to
costs of constructing certain walks. Re
port referred to street committee.
Alderman Stout moved that council take
recess of twenty minutes and consider re
port of commissioners and report to coun
cil. Motion carried and recta taken.
Council re-couveneJ; street committee
reported favorably upon report of commis
sioners; street committees' report was re
ceived and its recommendations concurred
Alderman McIIale inoved that report of
commissioners be referred to city attorney,
with instructions to file application to
county court for appointment of commis
sioners to assess benefits of improvements,
as per estimated cost thereof in said re
Alderman Blake introduced ordinance
providing for filling of numerous streets, in
conformity with recommendation of street
committee at a previous meeting. Ordin
ance referred to ordinance comrrittee.
Street committee repotted, recommending
hat. walk on westerly side of Cimmercial
avenue, between Eighteenth and Nineteenth
street be raised to established grale, as de
manded by resolution offered by Alderman
Patier at previous meeting. Report re
ceived and rccommen latiou concurred in.
Clerk Foley called attention of council
to the many and serious blunders and omis
sions in published reports of council pro
ceedings ami other city printing, as they
appear in the official paper of the city. He
stated that so far every report of the coun
cil proceedings had Iwen full of errors of
omission and of commifsion, in many in
stances rendering tho matter unintelligible
and Bomitiracs the pu .lication invalid;
that this had transpired in spitu ot his per
sonal efforts to aid the printers in reading
and correcting tho proofs; that the publica
tion of the ordinance making the levee tor
the present fiscal year had been rendered
invalid by reoson of several important
omissions and that unless it were published
correctly in the next issue of tho paper, se
rious complications would result. The
clerk felt it his duty, after rcpeatt 1 failures
to briug about a chatigu for the better, to
call the council's attention to the matter,
and would be satisfied with any or no ac
tion, as it might please that body,
Alderman McIIale moved that the mayor
aud the clerk bo appointed a committee to
w ait upon Mr. Scott and ascertain the cause
of the evil complained of and tho prospects
for a remedy. Carried.
Council then adjourned.
ASSESSED VALUE OF PROPERTY
IX ALEXANBEll COUNTY.
The following statement is compiled
from the books of Assessor Parker:
ritOI'EKTt IN THE CITY OF CAIBO.
Number of improved lots, 2,000; num
ber unimproved, 5,129. Total number of
Fair cash value of improved lots, $939,-
4U2; fair cash valuo of unimproved lots,
212,742. Total value of all lots, 1,152,-
Total value of personal property, 370,
53. THE COUNTY KXCKPTINO CAIBO.
Number of improved lots, 100; number
of unimproved lots, 530. Total number in
Fair cash valuo of improved lots, $10,-
090; fatr cash value ol unimproved lots,
113,002. Total cash valui of lots, 10,758.
Number of acres of unproved lands, $30,-
308.75; number of acres of unimproved
Cash value of improved lauds, 255,423;
cash value of unimproved lands, $l74,855j
total value of lands, 1430,277.
Total value of personal property, $133,-
Total assessed valuo of enumerated prop
erty, $170,511 ; total assessed valueof un
enumerated prnpcity, $320,480; total per
sonal property, $505,907; total assessed
value of land. $001,422; total assessed
ihio of lots, $1,171,93,2; total assessed
Tiluo of all property in tho county, $2,270,