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DAILY - CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER II. 1882.
City Officers. "
MayorN. H. Thiitlewood.
Treasurer T. J . Kertb.
Clerk Dennl. J, Foley.
Oixi'im-iiir-- Wm. B.Ullbert.
MarshV L. II. Meycra.
Atiormy A'.llmm ller.drti k.
FlrM War l Win.MclIala. T. M. Klmbrongh.
Second Ward- Jeme Hinkle, C. N. Hughe.
TMrd Ward B. V, Make, John Wood.
Fourth. Ward-Charlo 0. Patter, Aduiph 8wo-
S Fifth Ward-T. W. Hallldav, Brnt B. Pettlt.
Circuit JurUv. I). .I.Hakcr.
Cirraft Clerk-A. II. Irvtn. -Cnunly
Judge It. S Vocuin.
County Or -S.J. Hiimm.
Couuiy Attorney J. M. IMimoB.
Conmy Treamiror Miles W. Parker.
Sheriff Johu Hodges.
Coroner R. Fltxgerala . .
County Comralp.lonerT. W Halllday, J. A.
Ulbbs and Peter Saup.
rtAllto HAITI r. -Corner Te-i'h and Poplar
,treele; preaching Umi and third Sunday In
vt, , moiiiu, U a in. and 7:t . ra.; prayer meet
lu Tuur-day, i :i. m. ; Sunda echool, :W am
" " Ruv. A. A. HUSH. Pamor.
fUVHCl Of Til K ItKDKtt MKK -iKpliCopa1)
j Fourteenth alreel; Sundny 7:00 a m., Uoly
K'i.-har!r, y;i a. m , Sunday e-hool ; 'loO a.m..
Mortiltijj Prayer; H-.-m p. m.. Evening Prayer. F.
P. iJkM'Di'ort, S 'l'. H. K(lor.'
1-lhsT M18SI0NAHY BAPTIST CHURCH.
' -r.-arblt.if at in.Mii a. n... p. tn.. and 7:) p. m.
k. ".'Ii school at ' p- nj Hey. T. J. Shores,
11 ItlKMN -TMrU-emh atiet; .nrkl Hat)
. Uih I .,51 a. m . ; Sunday achool 4 p m. Kef.
Km l'I part ir
MKTU'.iL'lST-Ciir. F.lghtr- and Wanml '.r"-t,
rivxlliik' Sabbath tl:W . m. and 7 :10 p.m.
Miirt ay rcln'l at .t:'i p m. Rev. J. A. Searrett,
Ill; -H VI KHI AN -Eighth street: preahlng on
t.t.!i at ll:ii a. m. aud 7:ao p. m.; prayer
m-.-Un,! Wed day at 7 :i p. m.; nday Schol
al .1 u. m. Rev B. V. Geouc, paetor.
C'l .! Kl'lt t- Il-iinan Catholic) Corner Croat
? and Walnut streets; a.)r.lra Sabbeia 10:80.
. : Sunday School at 2 p. m. ; Vesper S P- tn. ; aer
ri . r ivery day at S a. tu. Rev. O'Hara, Prteat.
L"T. PATRICK'S- Roman CttboUc) Corner Ninth
O sired ar.d Washlnzion ever.ae; rv1c nt
Daib Kar.d 10a.m.; VeaperaSp. m.; Holiday Srhoul
t v- ra. B-rvic: every day at 1 a m. Hti. MaahTtun
K. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
TK KISH liRPAKT. TKAaa ARHITS-
Mail J:iia.ni I v'il .4:1 .m
t Ur.virdallon.il :W a m aExiireri 11: na.m
(Eiprca 3:50 p.m Accmdalloii..4:l5 p.m
MIS CBNTRAL K. K.
tMoll 4:: a m Mall - .. 5:n0p.m
H-ipre. 10:15 tn tKiprcM U:aua m
ST. L.JtC. K. R. (Narrow Qange.)
Expn? 1":45 a.m I 'KipM'a 4:S p.m
Accotu'dmlon. l.Ji p.m I Acxom'datoln 12:0 p.m
8T.L . I. M AS. H. R. n
Expr ll:Sfp.m I tBipreaa . fV P "
tAcfom cation. i:30 p m I tAccora'datlon 11 :45 a.m
WABASH. ST. LOl'W PAt.lFIC 'CO.
Mall A Ki .... 4.45 a.m Mall Kx.... 9:J0 p m
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO H. R;
Mai! A M. m. I Mail ...R:V) P. tn.
Kxprt-ri : . m. Kipreea M-.:5op. ru.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
KxprfM and Mail learea Cairo. evary day except
Sunday, at 10: a m. ArrlT.a 4:S5p. m.
Accommodation arrive at 12:06 p. m. and do
part atl:J0p. m.
If EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT IK 1 1 CO..
Cor. Nineteenth treet I r,tlir() 111
Q.E0RGE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvfioian nnti Surjieon.
Special attention pnld to the Homcopnthlc troat
mciit of anralcal dltuaso, ud dieiu of women
oillce: unHthstroot.oppoalto tho Pot Oiuce,
Cairo, III. .
JR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Ht.reot, near Tomr. errlal Avannw
Jn. K. W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornoi No. 13(1 Commercial Avenue, between
Jtitntb ana Ninth Streeta
AFTER TUB FLOOD TUB
FIUK.BUT THE FLAQ
IianoponedaKalnlnthe Davl building ou Sixth
ireut, wun a run hock oi
Now Furniture of all kinds
and I prepared to do
UP iroJSTK JUNO and Repairing
itt pititannahla ratea.
KAFKLBi take a chance in
the ftnoat hook cane In th city, or a nanaaome nea
room ot, or Una aide board. Articloa now on ex
hlhltlnn at hi alo room. , Will ha raffled a aoon
at tlckow are dlanoaod of. or money will be returned
,11VK U1U A C'Abli
While oihtr Baking Powdert art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
hat been kept unchanged in all He original
purity and etrength. The best evidence of
its tafetf and effectiveness is the fact of
its ! u ving received the highest t&stimonf
als from the most eminent chemists in the
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 J PURE FRUIT ACID BAKINS POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and 8t. Louis, Mo.,
aBQfartarr. f LapalU Tul A.m., fir. Prlr.'l RpMlal
rixarUf XUr aru, a4 Dr. friM'i lialga. P.rfaBta.
: PACKET TCO,:
iA. R. SAFFORDSStf
W. II. MOORE, Master.
From September Mh until further notice will
Bake trlpa at foliowa :
I.eaTei.Cairoat 7:30 a. m.,11 00a. m. and 4 30
Leave Mound Cttv at S:30. m.. 1:3 p. m. and
6:3o p. m.
Can hi iigf(;ed for ex"nralon any evuulns after
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. IUlioi.
71 OniO LEVEE.
A General Banking: business
THOS. V IIALLIUAY.
JNTKRPRISE SAVING HANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. IIALLIDAY,
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -Vtla STATES.
On and after Monday. Jillv 21. and nntU further
notlcMhe ferryboat Three Stataa will ranaa near
as ponalbloon the following time table:
MaTK LIAVI LliTI
Foot Fourth it. MlMonrl Land g. Kentucky Ld g.
0:30 a. m. 7:00 a. m, 7:3" a.m.
H:30 " :00 " DM0 "
10:30 " 11:00 " 11:30 ."
2:00 p, m.' i;.'Klp. tn. 8:t p. m.
LeavH I.eava I.eavo
Font Fourth t. Kentucky Ld'g. Ml'fonrl Land'ij.
4:00p,m. 4:30, m HMO p.m.
On laat trip loavlm Kentucky I utidlnR at 4 :30o'clo
p. m., tho boat will no to Illrda Point, making co
p. m., tno noai win ko io mrua roiiu, mamnB con
nection with T. A St. L. paa'unijer train for Cairo.
Flrat trip at 8:30 a. m. leavlnn Cairo, Will connect
with T. St. L. train leaving Cairo.
HE REGULAR CAIRO AND
STEAM K 1 1
HENRY B. TAYLOR Mler
GEO. J0BB8 Clark
Leave Pad ucau for Cairo daliy (Suddayi except
od)at 8a.ro. and Mound Clly at 1 p m. Return,
lug, Leavoi Cairo at 4 p, tn. Mound. City at 6 p. m.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY II Y CHAS. CUNN1NO-
9:.J0 P. M. Heplcmlicr II,
September. October. November.
Pork $ 1) m $.19 10
Wheat !)H; HI' f,
Corn ito'i W't
Oata :8Ta W-i
12:30 P. M
Pork t l IX) $19 1!
Wheat IIS',; :n MIZ
C'oru (:) til 1,4
Oata m 31 31
1:0) P. M. ClorlnK.
Pork 19 ) -0 00 19n7'
Wheat Wt", M nil;
Corn lii'i h'
Oata liyt i 3JV
NEW YORK, SKIT 11. Mi.
Wheal R. W t OO.i.1 11 No 2 Redtl 07'
Corn No. 2 7!xfi
W. F Lahhdih, r!-."!r editor of 7na Bitli.tii
and atL-imbo it pit-ncwr a;ent. Ordera for all
klndaof aluamhoat J'b printluii aollclled. Ofllce
at Planter Hotel, No. W Ohio levee.
HTAfi KH OK TIIK HIVKH.
Tin; river uinrkftl y t!iu ynngu lust
evening ;it this port, 14 feet 8 inches itml
Pittsburp:, Sept. lH-fi p. m River t'ei t
3 inch unci rising.
Cincinnati, Sept. 13-6 p. m. Hivcr 11
feet 9 inches an l fulling.
Louisville, Sept. 13 (j p. in. Kivti G
feet 6 inches ami fa'hug.
Nashville, Sept. 13-0 p.m. River 4 feet
5 inches nm! rising.
St. Louis, Sept. 13-li p. m. River 10 feet
5 inches ami falling.
The Mississippi arrived from St. L-iiiis
The City of Helena was tip early yestcr
terday morning for St. Louis.
The Emma Ethr'ulgc towing a email tug
got in from St. Louis yesterday.
The Gus Fowler was lato in getting
down yesterday on account of heavy busi
ness. Tho John B. Maude left St. Louis last
night ami will be here this evening for
The Guiding Star and Vint Shinkle, both
overdue, had not arrived up tu a late Lour
The John Gilmore was patching' boilers
yesterday. She will get away for New Or
Capt. H id Riley brought the City of
VicU-burg in from Vicksburg, at 1 p. ni
and It ft 1 :3l for St. Louis.
Tint Anchor line btcamer, City of New
Orleans, left St. Louis last evening ami
should be hero to-morrow morning.
The Guiding Star will be tho first boat
for New Orleans, leaving hero this morning
get your tickets of W. F. Lambdin, pas
St. Louis and Mississippi Valley Trans
portation Co.'s steamers, Siduey Dillon, My
Choice and E. M. Norton arrived from St.
Louis with as large tows as they could get
Capt. Wm. Harmon of tho Silverthorn
was in town yesterday looking up some
thing for his boat to-day. Sh? is just off
the Paducah ways. Capt. Harmon is
thinking of putting her in the Cairo and
New Madrid trade,
Ilowers and Iusecta.
All admire tho colors and forms of
flowers, but theso nro only pnrt of their
endless attraction. Closo observers
have found out many curious things
which hasty lookers never see. That
close questioner of nature, Charles Dar
win, found that insects were attracted
to tlowers by their colors, and that dif
ferent insects choose different colors.
He cut tho showy potals off some of tho
flowers in clumps in tho garden, and
found that bees never went near thoso,
though very busy with tho others. Sir
John Lubbock put honey in glass over
colored papers, and fouud that bees
readily discriminated and always went
to the blue,' as ttoy do in the flowers.
Muller noticed that each kind of butter
fly visited only Its own favorite color of
Lantana. Grant Allen shows thftt as
nearly all colored flowers depend upon
Insects to brush the pollen on tho stigma
and to cause thorn to prodtico Reed, that
their preference for tho In tensest color
of their choice tends to tho production
of the most from them, and so to tho
fuller development of color, lie shows
too, that at first, tho only color was yel
low, as seen In tho seed parts of nonrly
nil flowers still, and that white, pink,
rod, purplo and bluo were developed in
succession. Many (lowers still open
with a yellow or pink tinge, and grad
ually change through this scries tosomo
ahado of roil, or finally, bluo. Blue and
purplo aro most common in complicate
corollas which only bees and butterflies
Scootrato easily; moths only see white
owers. VicWs Floral Uuute.
Tho state caniagos are seldom usod
in hnglaud, for tho curious rouson, it is
aid. that the postllloin would havo to
have oil' their whiskers.
Quietly entering a barber shop, tho
stranger rvniuvcd his but and coat utid
taking a curd from his pocket wrote on
"I want to aimed."
A harbor stepping forward, read the
card, ami pointing to a chair, said to bis
"Deaf as a brass-ketllo and dumb as
an oyster. "
The man straightciifd himself out in
the chair, when his manipulator began
lathering his face.
"This deaf cuss has a cheek like a
stone-wall," ho said, when a general
laugh followed. '
".Sound his brain, Bob," put in an
other. "Yes, stick a pin in him and see if ho
is entirely dumb," said another.
The victim remaining undisturljod tho
following shots were lircd at him by the
delighted tonsorial artists.
"IIo needs a shampoo, his head is
dirtcr than a cesspool."
"Tell him his red hair needs clipping,
before it sets his topknot on tire."
"Shave him with a stool-leg, don't
spoil your razor on that stubble."
Pull off his boots and air his .sailed
"Gracious! what a breath. It smells
like a Dutch band of music."
"He ought to rent that no-.o for a b
cotnolive h'-adligiit," etc., etc., etc.
While all these complimentary allu
sions were living about him, the opera
tion of shaving was finished, and the
man nro--. put on his eoat, and turning
to tin; astonished barber, .said:
lb, v much for the shave and com
plimciiN:''' 1 -1 I I," gasped the astonished
man. "Oh. nothing nothing, call
again, exeu-i'"---and as tin' stranger left
tin' shop, the il'-''oinlitcil barbels swore
they would never believe in a deaf and
dumb man again, until they had tirt
fired a ten pound cannon about his ears.
In setting up a home for two, be sat
isfied to commence on a small scale. It
is too common for young housekeepers
to begin whero their mothers ended.
Buy all that is necessary to work skil
fully with; adorn your homo with all
that will render it comfortable. Do not
look at richer homes and covet their
costly furniture. If secret dissatisfac
tion is to spring up, go a step farther,
visit the homes of the suffering poor;
contrast vour own neatly furnished
rooms with their cheerless "apartments.
You will then be prepared to meet your
husband with a grateful heart, and bo
ready to appreciate the toil and sulf-dc-nial
which he has endured in the busi
ness world to surround you with the de
lights of home, and you will co-operate
cheerfully with him in so arranging ex
penses that his mind w ill not be con
stantly harrassed lest his family expend
itures may encroach upon public pay
ments. Be independent; a housekeeper
never needed greater moral courago
than she docs now to resist the arro
gance of fashion. Do not let tho A's
and B's decido what you shall have,
neither let them hold the strings of your
purse, lou know best what you can
and ought to afford. It matters littlo
what people think, provided you aro
true to yourself, to right and duty, and
keep your expenses within your means.
Then you may bo both independent and
A Reader 8 Complaint.
I have never wished that I had been
born in some othor century than .tho
nineteenth. Our age, if not a pictur
esque one and I think it has its pictur
esque aspects is without doubt tho
most comfortable to live in, take it on
the. whole, the world has yet known.
The only objection to living in the
present timo that I know of is tho in
creased quantity of things ono must, or
would like to know. Eighteenth-century
people didn't have to read Lecky's
history of their times in tour volumes,
or a hundred thousand other books it
now seems obligatory upon all cultivat
ed persons to acquaint themselves with.
Nowadays ono is required to read a
small library every year, if ono would
have even a smattering of knowledge
on the various subjects that invito an in
telligent man s interest. It is hard to
resign one's self to ignorance of so many
interesting matters, and vet that seems
what one is driven to. One finds that
the first thing to learn is "how much
need not bo known," which is, perhaps,
a sort of sour grapes wisdom, but ap
parently tho only wisdom attainable
Tho White Ilouse Artist
Lo Clare, the artist who painted Gen.
Grant, is to have sittings from tho pres
ident soon. I don't know whether ho
painted the picture of tho Grant family
all in ono frame, that hangs in ono of
tho lowcs rooms of the white house, or
not, but if ho did, he ought either to bo
broiled ou a gridiron over a slow fire,
or else a pension of $.r0,00() a year
should bo given him with tho thanks of
congress. There never was, outsido of
I'umh and I'tirk; another such a funuy
picture as that of tho Grant family, aud
tho joke is that it is so exactly like the
Grants. First stands the general, look
ing like he always does; then Mrs.
Grant, in a gorgeous red velvet robo
with a tail to it likn a comet, looking
liko tho queen of Sheba. Then there
arc all tho olivo branches grouped
around-it's perfectly killlug. The Vic
ar of Wakefield flies into tho mind tho
seven Flamborough's painted together,
each with an orango in the hand and as
many sheep as tho pointer would put on
fur nothing. 'ashitjlon Idler.
In tho Catskills alono there aro morn
than 1,000 hostelrlcs of ono kind and
'another, and I hero must bo ll'.OOO ro
sorts, including farm-houses, to' which
people living in and around New York
have recourse in tho warm months,
Much of tho surplus product of south
ern California liuds a profitable market
The Christian Advocate
says: "A general complaint that spares
neither class nor condition of person, is
seated in tho liver. It may bo truly said
tins is our national disease, and it gives us
great pleasure to hear or read the testimony
ol persons of well known veracity and in
telligence to piove tho value of Simmons
Liver Keguiator as a remedy. I ho printed
and verbal testimony of so many friends
and acquaintances satisfies us that this is
one of the exceptions to the general hum
drum run of advertisement." "
Hearing n story gravely told nbout a
clam that crawled up a wall, one might
reasonably expect that the man who
told it had been putting something into
his mouth to tho damage of his brains;
but the follow ingfrom a Fall Kiver cor
respondent carries its explanation with
it. It heems that a gentleman In Provi
dence, happened tu be called into his cel
lar lute one night.
The wind w.is blowing almost a galo,
the rain poured down in torrents, and
tho night w as one to cause, a feeling of
"uncertainty" in the heart of the
Tho gentleman in question never in
dulges in intoxicating liquors, and there
is no reason to suppose that his nerves
were unusually disturbed. Ho is very
fond of chinis. however, and had a peck
of the shell-iish in the cellar, which were
to be cooked the next day.
As he descended the stairs, shading
the lamp with his hand to shield it from
the draught, he saw the bucket of clams
at the foot of the stairs. Then he was
amazed to see what appeared to be a
small while clam move gradually from
tho bucket, make its way quickly across
the cellar lloor, and mount the wall at
the further side of the cellar to a dis
tance of three feet from tho floor.
Never having seen a clam walk be
fore, the gentleman was seriously dis
turbed. Ho placed the lamp in a con
venient position, took up a piece of barrel-hoop
as a means of offence, and
moved quickly and softly aeto.ss the cel
The white object proved to lie indeed
a clam, but it had used other means of
locomotion than its own. An indiscreet
mouse had walked over the bucket and
this ambitious clam had fastened its
nippers on the mouse's tail. The mouse,
frightened, had started for his hole in
the wall, but failed to get into it on ac
count of the shell-tish attachment to his
tail. Of course the gentleman relieved
the mouse of his encumbrance and
was probably somewhat relieved him
self. It appears from experiments that a
heaping teaspoonful of Paris green to
twelve quarts of water is just as certain
to destroy tho potato beetle as a larger
quantity; but one pound of the poison
mixed with 100 pounds of plaster may
be applied by the hand, as it is proved
by repeated tests that no bad results
will follow taking it in the bare hand
when mixed in these proportions. The
plaster is worth to tho crop all the labor
I saw so much said about the merits of
Hop Bitters, and my wife who was always
doctoring, and never well, teased me so ur
genth'tneet her Annie, I concluded to be
luimbugey. u u-uui; and I am glad I did,
for in less than two months' use of the bit
tars, my wife was cured, and she has re
mained so lor eighteen months since. I
like eucIi humbugging. II. T., St. Paul.
rersnual I To MeuOnly!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicance on
trial fur thirty days to men (young or old)
who are nfllictcd with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above, N. B. No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Mien of City Clerk, I'ulro. lit. Sept. IStb, 1S8-J.
S alert pronoial wi'l be received i thla office,
directed t the city council of the city of Cairo, up
to tint lime of meet Ins of Raid council, Monday
evcninir, Kentuniehr 'ith, 1SS.', for nllluK, itradliiK.
and Improving New Levee etreet. The entlma'ed
amount of earth required will be about JO.Ooocuhlo
yard. Hid for acilon of Ml) feet or more will
he roculved; (aid hid tohoal Romuch per cubic
yard aril wurk to be done 10 the aitnfactlou of tho
c.iiiumliii-i! on ftrecia. AH prninHl nmt be ac
coiiiiniji'il llli a K'ooil and ttllclent bond for
trtleu the amount of hid. Work to bo completed
wllhlnnixly dnya from Mifnlnif, contract. The right
lo reluct any and all hlil reperved hv Hie cllv.
I). J. Foi.KY, CHy Clerk.
QllAS. B. Fair & CO.
Proprietors of Iron und Much! no
Corner NliiotU aud Wuuli I iii;ton avenue, '
ALL KINDS OK M ACIIINR
WORK. HOll.KH WORK AND
ATTBNDUI) TO AT KKASUN M.K
Weiviaohavea number of SK('OM) UANI)
KNUINES AND I101LBRS, for calo client.
O O A. J
13 Stoves 1)
No. 27 J) Wh St.
S Tinware. B
Malaria is an almost in
describable malady which
not even the most talented
physicians are able to fath
pora. 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, accon
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.iUri.i once bavins laid itl
hold upon the human frame, th
door of the lyjiem it thrown open
to nervous (lieie. The body
weak and enfeebled ahtorht no
nourishment, but nuhtisting upon
Itself, the digcative oruHna no
Innncr perform their function!;
the livrr becomea torpid, and other
org:in ruling to do their routine
work. speedily become diordered,
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 cfHaient tonic; es
pecially indigestion, dyspepsia, inter
mittent feversTwant 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, $t per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other.
SPECIAL ASSRSSMRNT NOT1C C. SPECIAL
S W ARKANT NO. M).
Public notice la huruhy given that tho county
court lit Alexander county hue rendered Judgment
foraapeclal aseameut upon property benefitted
by the following improvement, viz: (traveling &"d
paving ati-ei-m to wn: Mlith Mreet from Ohio
leveoto Como errlnl avenue. Commercial avenno,
from Sixth to Eighth Btroe:. Eighth street, f out
Commercial avenue to Washington avenue, a
will more fullv appear Irom the rertlAeii copy of
the jnitgm-ut ou die In tho olllco ol'tho clerk of
the elty of Cairo; that u warrant lor the collection
ofeucu amteeameiiia In In the bandM of tno onder
algced. All peraona intereaiad are hereby uotilleil
to call and pay the amount aMoreed, at the collec
tor' ofllce at the Alexander County Hunk wiilen
thtrtv dav from the da e hereof, bated thli gud
dayofSejit. A. I). IsSj, THOMAS J. KKHTH,
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SPECIAL
O WARRANT NO. M.
Public notice la hereby given that the. county
court of Alexander county U rendered jndgineut
for a penal aneuNHnieut upon property benefitted
by tho followlni'. Improvement, vli: CoiiKlriictlon
Ac. of aldewnlka in front of lum No. l,'JSto40
lucliulve, tn block -ill city, LotsNo.:): to :1T In
clualve In block 7.'icily. I.ota No. iStoWi incluolvo.
In block aiielly. Lot is, block 3 and lot 1, block S
city. Lota t to 8 IncliiHive, li'ork M cll v. Lot 3,
10 to 'Jl incluelvo.lu b:o k H.I i'lrat addition. Lots
H to l.HincI naive In block HI Klrat addition, a will
more lully apDear Irom the reitltled copy of the
judgment on file in the olllco of the clerk ol I In- clly
ofCuiro; that a warrant for the collection of inch
ai HBuieutK is to the Imndi of the undernlgned.
All person lull-rent lire nurehv notified to Cull and
pay the amount a-een, at the collector' office
at the Alexander County Hank within thirty daya
from the date hereof. DitO'd thla 2nd day of Sept.
A. 1). lsSJ. THOMAS J. KKIttll. Collector.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTIOK. SPECIAL
WARRANT NO. t,2.
Public notice la hereby given that tho county
court of Alexander county ha rendu. ed Judgtmint
for a apeclal axeemunt upou properly benefitted
hv fie following improvement, via: Coiiatriictlon
of Rldewalka &c. in Iront of tot 9, 10, II, 14 to I!)
inclualve, block ill. Lota 1, i, 41.27, V.!),lti,:jl, and
.')',, lu block IT). Lot 1 lo S llicluelve, lu block Hi.
Lot 6 and T, hlock 'M Lota '.'l to S Inclualvu, In
block a. Lota<o'js nclualvu, loock '.II, Lot
to S'lneliiKlvo, In l oi k 7 . Lot 1, fl) to 40 In.
clualve, in block '27 Kirn addition. Lota 1 to 8 In
clusive, In block 4ii city. Lola 4, tt, 7, 8, U, 10, 1,1, lo
21 uiclulve, in block in Klral addition. Lot 4,
?, aud 8 i'Slo8 inclusive. In hlock IS Klrit addi
tion. Lota 1 to 11 inc naive and M to 91 inclualve,
In block '27 Flrei addition. Lot I and 8, block 17
Flrat addition. Lot- I, -a to:i lifcliielve, block 21
cttv. Lola 7 and H. bloc H, Lot 10 lo HI Inclu
ive, la block 05 cllv, ax wit more fully appear from
the certified copy oV the Judgment on tile in the
office of the clerk oflho cltv of Cairo; that a war
rant for the collection of fiuh rhhc tiu-nt I in
the hand of the. unduralgned. All peraon Inter
eated are hereby lniilil d to 'call and pay the
amount aeed, at th i collector' otllca at the
Alexander County Hank within thirty dav f.'om
the date hereof. Dmeil Hit '2nd dav of Sept. A. 0.
Irs2. TI1()MSJ. KEIt 1 11, Collector.
OPKCIAI.ASSESSMKNT NOT1CK. SPECIAL
O WARRANT NO. M.
Public notice I hereby given that the county
courtof Alexandiircoiiiiiy ha reuilered Judgment
foraapecinl aaacimmetit'iipoii properly beurlltted
by the following imnrnvcmciil, via: t'onatriictloit
Ac. ofaldriwalk in front of lot No. 1 toS ltclillyo,
In block 77 Klrat aildliloii. Lot No. I tn 8 Inclu
dive, tn hlock 7n Plrt addition. Lot No. I la 8
luclualve, In hlock 7 fourth addition. Lou No. 1
to 8 luclnatve. In block Fourth addition. Lota
No. 1 toS IncliiHive, In hlock Fourth addition.
Lot I, hlock lo fourth addition. All lota fronting
Washington avenue, in pick II Kmirth addition.
Lot 8, 1) and HI. hloek M Klrt addition. Lot),
1H and 17, block U'2 Pirxt addition, will more
fulltappear from the cerlltled cony ol thcjudgineiit
on file In theo lice of the clerk of I he e ty ol lfro;
that a warraut for the collection of uch Me
menu I. lu the hnlof the unrieralguod. All
ncraoui interested are hrmhy nollllrd to call and
paytheumonnt ae !(l, at tho rollnctor'a ofllce
at the Alexander County Hunk within thirty day
rrom the date hereof Dat-d Hit '.'ml day of Sopt.
A. I). 18M. THOMAS J KKHT1J. Collector.
CrKCI.it, ASSKS8MKNT NoTICK. 81'KC'tAL
6 WARRANT NO. 51.
Public notice l hereby given that lh county
courtof Aleiandornouniy hn rendered Judgnant
for a apeclal apnient noon property bniiefttiod
by the following Itmiro fluent, via: Construction
tit. nl sidewalk In flout of lot No I. X, 6 to 17
Inclusive, in block It) cllv and lot HI, block 0-1 clly.
aa will more hilly appear from the certified copy of
the judgment mi Hie lu the olllee of the clerk of the
city of Cairo; that a warrant for the collection of
iiih a!itu.ntH l In the hand of Ike ndr
signed, All persons luP re'Ud are hereby notified
tocall and py tho amoaut. aeswt. at th tol
lector' olllee at the Alexander foam Dank with
In thirty flay from the flat hereof. ttedhU
UnddayofHept. A.D.1WI. ., .
THOMAS i . KK RTII, Colltor,