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THE DAILY BULLETIN
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UNO'S, At OOND-CLASS HATTXB.
OttlViAL PAPER 05 CITY AND COUNT!
LOCAL WEATHBR KEPURT.
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C.iK), III.. July 1, IBM I
Time, bar. Thar. Ham. Wind. Vel Weather.
II " 80.01
6 p.m aim
y.iimnm TmDatur. 85: kUnlmam Tern-
Kiver, 18 feel? lucboe. Klso, 5 Inche.
W. a. KAY
Serg't Signal Corps, C. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In this column, eight cent per line for
trot mil Or caau par Una each subsequent insor
lion. For one month, 60 cents per line.
The Great TripleX.
"XXX Beer," the finest malt produc
tion ever brought to this city, has just been
received in large quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert,' near tho corner of .Eighth
street . and Commercial avenue. The
"tripple X" is superior to BDy other beer in
the country, is a cool and healthy beavoragc,
which, once known, will bo preferred to
every other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and try the "XXX."
'- Use The Caiko Bulletin scratch books,
ior sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or $1 .00 per dozen.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to soil ico by the car
load, or by tho pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
tho Kankakee Ice Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 92. P. M. Waiid.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Rt-torer is tho
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Bond to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by The Caiko Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Over 103,000 Howo Scales have been
sold. Send for Catalogue to Borden, 8cl
leck & Co., General Agents, Chicago, Ills.
IIeadacdr is effectually cured by
weight's ind:an vegetable tills, which
cleanse tho bowels and purify the blood. (1)
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
ettcr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salvo is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'LIaha
Sly patent adjustable HARROW is be
lieved to be tho best, as well as tho cheap
est harrow that has ever been offered to tho
farmer. I sell a first class standard two
horse harrow that will easily, harrow 20
acres in a day, for ten dollars, all complete
They can 1ms ordered by letter and shipped
according to directions warranted to give
satisfaction. Or, if a farmer wishes to
make it at homo and save freight, and give
it iuBt the size and wuiuht ha wants, I will
sell the plan with instructions and right
to make one, and send it by mail tor one
dollar. If village mechanics wish tomako
it to supply their customers, I will give
them very favorable terms, ami they will
have in addition the advantage gamed by
-saving freight. It is very simplo and easy
to make. Bend lor circular ana price
list, 8. Hutchinson, Griggsville, Pike Co.,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In then columns, ten cents per line
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KO luavriiuu. jnariivii -
Smoke Schuh's "Gilt Edge."
Conkling still holds the fort at Al
Lost A liberal reward will be given to
the fluder of a small package, containing a
pair of bracelets and a ring, if he will leave
, tie sumo at this office.
Dean Btantley, of Woslimer Abbey,
Loidon, Eng., died on the 13th inst.
All ihe day employes in the Peoria &
Pukin Union yards, at Peoria, struck on
Mukvift ctciuug. tuiuu uiuu were sum
and some property destroyed.
Check books, order books, receipt
books, etc., done on short notice at The
Bulletin office. Stock and work guar-
Tho Louisville . Courier-Journal lias
assumed a new and much improved dress
It lias always been one of the best, but is
, no ' one of the handsomest nowspa
pert in the country.
Large Invoice, full pocket cut, XX en
velopes all colon, sizes 8,0, Oand 10
just received at The Bulletin office.
t samples and prices. 1
Prof. John M. Klein, of Louisville, asks
the Courier-Journal to aonounco that, bo.
tween now and the 1st of August, another
comet will be visible to the went of north.
He believes it to be tha comet oi 1807,
An exchange that is not a religious
organ upeaks thus blasphemously: "What
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN! THURSDAY MORNING, JULY
should clorgymon preach about? Well, we
should say about five minutes this warm
Up to noon Tuesday the grand jury in
Paducah had found one hundred and
twenty-two indictments. Forty of these
were found since noon on Monday. . '
Births Tuesday afternoon, girl to
Mr. Andrew Lour; Tuesday night, a girl
to Mr. Leo Boicourt; Wednesday moruing,
a boy to Mr. Sim. Tabor.
Eight hundred pounds ot ruled stock
for commercial work. Regent and West
lock brands, and Cranes Irish linen, in
voice just opened at The Bulletin office,
Washington avenue corner Twelfth street.
The Cairo Short line track is being ro
laid with new steel rails its entire length.
The workmen engaged in this job reached
Pickneyville last Friday on their way to
Forty feet of the chimney of tho new
elevator is already up. It is to between
ono hundred and seventy-live end two hun
dred feet eigh, and is about twenty feet in
diairetcr atlhe base.
Sergeant W. H. Ray reports that thwe
is a low pressure of toinporaturn all thrnni
tho northwest, whioh luOu.atea that there
is a sturm center in that part of the coun
try. Ho anticipates a radical change in
tho weather here in a few days; a heavy
rain-storm is among the probabilities.
On TucE'iay night Hurry Walker
opened bis garden in Elm grove with mu
sic, refreshments auti otuer attractions.
The attendance, as might have been ex
pected, was very largo and all
enjoyed themselves to their hearts content
until about twelve o'clock at night. Tho best
of order prevailed. The neighborhood was
delighted with the music of Al. Goss'
Vennor's predictions for the remainder
of July, beginning with last Sunday, tho
17th, are as follows: High winds, cooler
and showery weather. Some heavy rain
storms, both in Ontario and Quebec, on tho
20th. Another period of heal on tho 23d,
24th and 25th, with severe wind-storms. A
decided cool to cold change on tho 27th,
28th and 29th, with showery weather and
storms chiefly in tho west. The cold wave
may carry frost in west sections, both in
Canada and the United States.
To those who have watched with inter
est the president's daily condition as
evidenced by his pulse, temperature and
respiration, and who do not know what the
normal state of a human being, in respect
to these is, the following will be of interast :
The average pulso beats per minuto ot n
healthy person are: 'When standing, 81;
sitting, 71; lying, 00. . In a healthy adult
man whose pulse is from 05 to 70, tho res
piratiau is from 14 to 18 per minute. The
normal temperature of the human body in
a state of health is 98.5 Fahrenheit.
Tho following conversation took pluce
between an uptown saloon-keeper and a
former grocery -keeper a few days ago: G.
K. (peeping in at the saloon door)
"I come to see if I left
me umbrella in here yesterday."
S. K.: "I guess not, but faith if yc had
and I lound it, it'd be tho last ye'd ever seo
on it." G. K.: "Sure an' don't I know
that? But I ain't agoin' to toll ye that I've
had me name stamped on the bundle of it.
If I did and ye got4a-hold of it, ye'd swap
the handle off fur a frog and thin the divil
an umbrell would I have."
The maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p, m.,
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 04; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 89; Davenport, Iowa, 02; Dubuque,
Iowa, 84; Keokuk, Iowa, 95; LaCrosse,
Wis., 78; Leavenworth, Kits., 90; Louis
ville, Ky., ; Memphis, Tenn., 95; Nash
ville, Tenn., 94; Omaha, Neb., 90; Pitts
burg, Pa., 88; Shrevcport, La., 09; St.
Louis, Mo.,;90; St. Paul, Minn., 77; Vieks
burg, Miss., 05; North Platte, Neb., 93;
Bismarck, Dak., 70; Dodge City, Kan., 87;
Yankton, Dak., 93; New Orleans, La., 89.
The Paducah Enterprise says : "The
colored excursion which went lrum this
city to Louisville Friday met with an acci
dent on its way back Sunday morning.
Wheu near Elm Lick the engine struck a
horso and tho collision threw the engine
and baggage car from tho track, badly
demolishing both. ' Tho engineer, Frank
Groist, of Louisville, was severely injured
ho falling beneath the wreck, having his
legs badly crushod and being badly
scaldod. The track was cleared in tho af
ternoon, the regular train arriviug but two
Knur Ufa., Th excursionist came in be
tween nino and ton o'clock at night."
Tuesday evening whilu Harry Walker's
band was marching to tho garden at Elm
grove and when they turned down Fif
teenth street from Walnut, a horso attached
to a dirt wagon, belonging to Mr. Julius
Serbian, becamo frightened and started off
in wild run toward Cedar street.
But beforo he reached that
street ho ran into tho horso and
buggy belonging to Dr. Gordon, which
was standing noar tho corner, causing tho
two horses and vehicles to bo thrown to-
getnor into what at first appeared to bo a
conglomeration of wood, iron, loathcr and
horseflesh. But this was not tho case as
subsequent developments proved. Neither
of the horses woro hurt to any extent, nor
was the dirt wagon of Mr. Serbian; but
Dr. Gordon's buggy had a wheel, axle ami
tho shafts broken, and tho harnesses of
both horses wore moro or less damaged.
Tho Cairo Land League is npt extinct
as many are lead to believe from the fact
that there have been no demonstrations of
late on tho part of tho organisation. Al
though no rogular meetings are hold, the
interest in the cause of Ireland is unabated
and efforts aro constantly being made to
secure the services of au eminent speaker
who will come hero and arouse
tho pooplo generally. A letter has
been sent to Rev. Anastasius, o Hickman,
who is knowu to bo an able speaker and in
deep sympathy with the cause of the peo
ple of Ireland, to come to this city and dis
cuss the subject of Irish wrongs and Irish
independence. It is thought that the
reverend gentleman will comply with tho
call at no distant day.
On the 18th instant District Attorney
Corkhill stated that the grand jury had
been held in session after tho 4th of July
until after the dato of the attempted assas
sination, yet ho could not at this time pres
ent Guiteau's case to it. He then read tho
following letter from tho president's at
tending physicians: "In reply to your in
quiry as to tho condition ot the president
wo would say that up to the present timo
he has dotio exceedingly well tor one who
u.wvU.4 .c dangerous a wound, but
while in anticipated recovery it is not yet
M)ssiblo to assert with confidence that his
injuries may not terminate fatally." Under
the circumstances the dwtrict attorney said
he could not present tho casou. the grand
jury for tho present, and suggesteQ h at
they be permitted to take a recess until
Sept. 12, which was accordingly ordered by
Yesterday morning a frightful and fa
tal accideut occurred at the Illinois Central
yardH, in Bloomington, in tho death of
Mrs. Victoria Keough, and her son, aged 12
years. For some timo past the boy had
been in tho habit of jumping on freight
trains and Btealing a ride to different sta
tions on the road. This morning he left
homo at an early hour, followed by his
mother, who went to the railroad to prevent
her son from leaving home by boarding a
freight train. He was caught, but broke
away from his mother, when the latter
started to run after him, and when in tho
middle of the side track both mother and
son were struck by a slowly moying switch
engine, buth being literally torn to pieces,
their heads severed from their bodies and
both presenting a most ghastly sight. Mrs.
Keough came to Bloomiugton a fow years
ago from Philadelphia, where she resided
for sonic time, having a largo circlo of ac
At the meeting of the board of school
directors held last Monday, tho following
teachers were elected to serve in the pub
lic schools during the coming year: For
tho high school, Misses Mary Patterson, C.
B. 'Krinbill, Jeunie Chase, Fits, Fobs and
Ella Armstrong; in the Thirteenth street
school, Misses Mary McEwen, S. H. Risley,
Emma Lacrone, Mollle Riley, Russell,
Kate L. Hackstaff and Nannie McKee; in
the Eleventh street children's school, Miss
E. Hotchkiss, and in the colored school,
Messrs. H. A. Puikcr, E. W. Tanner and
Mrs. M. Tal ton and Mrs. Croiton. Ono or
two of these have not yet signified their
williugucss to accept tho positions to which
they were elected, but it is thought that
they will do so. Several of tho teachers
of the lost school year declined to again
accept their positions, hence the school
board was compelled to employ others.
Col.T. J. Long, the popular state lect
urer of tho Good Templars, was in the city
yesterday, being on his way homo after
finishing his tour of this and other states in
the interest of the order a!ove mentioned.
He reports that ho has met with greater
success in Iub labors during this year that
ho ever met with during any previous year
Tho people seemed all to be thoroughly
arousedjto tho importance of tho temper
ance cause, and entered williuly and en
thusiastically into tho movement of organ
using Good Templar lodges. He has also
been to Kansas and cunvasscd that state in
the interest of tempeianee reform, and, in
his travels, was particular to observe tho
manlier in which the now prohibitory law
was being eulorccd and observed. From
his observations and from what ho could
learn in conversation with representative
men, ho judges that the law is a wise one,
is being strenuously enforced and woll ob
served by th people gencr-fily."'
ouel's observations do not seem to coincide
with th'iso of others, who send qtiito con
trary reports to tho newspapers if tiie coun
On Tuesday tho second bullet fired at
President Garfield by Charles Jules
Guiteau, about tho mysterious disappear
ance of which thero has been much dis
cussion and theorizing, cumo into posses
sion ot United Statos District
Attorney Corkhill. It appears
that a German glazier who
tramps around the streets repairing win
dows went into tho depot to get a tou-dol-
ur hill changed on the morning tho presi
dent was shot. He was standing in the
mam room, some forty feot from where the
assassin stood, and in a southeast direction.
ue nm commenced to unstrap ins box, in
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wnicn no carried glass, and had gotten ono
strap off his shoulder wheu he heard tho
nuiru oi mu i-iBiui, ami . unmeuiaioiy tnroe
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panes of glass in ins box were shattered.
no at onco rusnuu irom tno depot, think-
tHM It- Ht..ia m. nhiiA V- ..A. A.. I
hk B uu ,... .r BB,iy. unsotur-
day ho was cleansing out his box, and
lound tho ball in his putty, and wasnar-
rating the fact to his friends, when ono of
them told him that was the timo the presi
dent was shot, and brought him to the dis
trict attorney's office, when he gavo his
statumeut, and gavo up the ball. He
thinks it was the first shut that broke tho
gins, but says they were so close together
that ho had no time to get away. His po
sition confirms the statement ot Honor
Csuiache, tho Veuzuelan minister, as to the
exact position of the assassin at the time of
firing the shot.
Tho Illinois State Board of Health ha
issued orders restricting tho transportation
of the bodies of persons who have died of
small-pox, Asiatic cholera or yellow fever.
From November 15 to March 15, all dead
bodies may be transported without restric
tion, excepting the bodies of those who
have, died of diphtheria, scarlet fever,
typhus or typhoid fever, and those and all
bodies presented for transportation, from
March 15th to November 15th, must bo
closely wrapped in a disinfectant cerecloth,
placed in a metalic or wooden coffin,
ami this incU3cd by a tight wooden box.
Every dead body must bo either accom
panied by a physician's certificate, showing
causo ot death, or a certificate of inquest
from the coroner, or a permit of transporta
tion from the clerk o" the local board of
health, if any, and a written certificate
from the shipping undertaker, that tho
corpso has v(.n prepared for transportation
in accordance win, tho rules of tho Illinois
State Board of Heauv. Tie )oarj m
also issue i an order, reciting I-, jnaguulch.
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locted un'1 pollutod condition of the water
closets and privies wmnected with many of
the railroad depots in this state, therefore
the superintendents of tho several railroads
aro requested lo give6ucli instructions to
their employes as shall secure the daily in
spection and cleansing of the places named,
and such use of disinfectants as will se
Captian Close, father-in-law of Mr. Dur-
veil, of the new elevator, is in the city on a
Mr. A. S. Robertson, of the Illinois Cen
tral railroad office, has gone to Chicago,
perhaps to stay.
Mr. Hoopau, of Villa Ridge, was in the
Mr. R. Danforth, of Charleston, Mo., was
at the Planters houso yesterday. .
Mr. John A. Johnson, of Bloomington,
was in Cairo yesterday.
Mr. John Sands, of Annapolis, Md., is in
tho city, visiting his cousin, Capt. John
Hacker, of the ferryboat Three States.
Mr. Henry Gossman returned yesterday
evening from a visit of several days to
Mrs. Brendell, living on Eighth street is
reported to be quite sick.
Mr. J. D. Mixon, of Columbus, Ky., was
a guest at the Planters house yesterday.
Mrs. Rosenwater, who has been away for
some time on a visit to friends and rela
tives is at home again.
Mrs. David Black, of Charleston, Mo., is
visiting the family of Mr. S. Rosenwater in
Mr. John C.Gutenburger, agent of the
"Demokrat" and of the firm of Gutenber-
ger & Paine, Job printers, of Evansvi'le,
Ind., was in tho city yesterday, passinj
through for home.
yesterdays docket in magistrate com
Frank Forrest, was arrested by Marshal
Myers lor being drunk and fined one dol
lar and costs.
Lizzie Wallace was disorderly, violating
section twelve of article fivo of tho ordin
ances, and was fined five dollars and costs.
Lucy Hall and Mattie Keoncy wero ar
rested by Officers Kinnear and Malianny
for being courtesans and wandering about
the streets in the night timo in a
drunken condition, all of which
being in violation of chanter
five, sections fifteen and thirty-three of tho
ordinances. They wero each fined six dol
lars and corts.
Gcorgo Russell was drunk, arrested by
Officers Mahanny and Kinnear, and fined
one dollar and costs.
Ed Creciat was arrested by Officer War
ren Wims, and fined one dollar and costs
Casper Gunsher had a little tog in his
possession upon which ho had not paid tho
lawful tax. Ho was arrested by Marshal
Myers and Officer Olmsted, fined fivo dol
lars and costs and asked to either give up
the dog or two dollars.
Jack Lally was arrested upon a warrant
sworn out by another youth, who charged
that Jack had assaulted him. Tho trial
will come off to-day in the court of Magis
Judiro It. 8. Yocuni nound rnuntv court
yostorday morning with the Wintcr-This-
tlewood contest caso tho first on the docket.
Mr. W. C. Mulkev annearod for Mr. Win-
ter, and Messrs. Grcon & Gilbert for Mr.
Thistlowood. The latter entered a domur-
rer and arrned that tho .'.n.mtv ,,rt l,.,1
no jurisdiction in tho caso. This question
was exhaustively argued by both sides and
consumed the entire day. In the evening
tho court decided to sustain tha demurrer.
This ends the case in the county court, but
if any one supposes that it will end here
entirely, he is mistaken.
The Anderson Glenn murder case oc
cupied all the time el the court yesterday
until lato in tho night. The case was
opened in the morning by Prosecuting At
torney Damron, who was followed by Mr.
Leek for the defense. Taking of evidence
began about ten o'clock in tho forenoon
and continued until three o'clock in the af
ternoon. Mr. Damron then opened the
argument for the prosecution and
spoke until about live o'clock, when
he was followed by Mr. Leek. Mr. Dararon
closed the argument after supper and then
the case was givod to tho jury. Up to this
writing, eleven o'clock,no verdict had been
GENERAL STATE NEWS.
The Menard circuit court is in session
John Wright, the well known Chicago
caterer, is dead.
The funeral of Mr. li. C. Y'oung occur
red at Ateanta Sunday.
The St. Charles water power owners talk
of building a new dam.
J. Murry Bacon.'u well-known citizen of
Jerscyvillc, died Saturday.
Coal has been discovered at a depth of
two hundred ami seventy feet at Roanoke,
Filtceu -harc8 of Rockford watch factory
stock were solo . othcr daV at 175i
Heoria capitalists are auring upon tho
plate ku9i factory
Chas. Kehley, aged 10, son of Prof. Keh
ley, ot Decatur, fell from a train near Braid
wood, and wa3 killed. '
The stock of the Vandiver corn planter
company, at Quincy, is to bo increased
from 50,000 to $150,000.
Joseph Atkinson, a well-to-do farmer liv
ing near Dixon, attempted suicide with a
razor. His recovery is doubtful.
Mrs. Silas Raymond, of Onarga, died on
Friday from the nervous shock received on
hearing of the attempted murder of tho
Three roughs from Waukegan invaled
the camp-grounds at Lake Bluff, Sunday,
and made a disturbance. They were
promptly knocked down, tied with ropes
and sent out toward the jail at Waukegan,
but were released by a gang of their com
rades. Mr. R. M. Sandys, a Louisiana sugar-
maker, is putting up permanent works at
Sterling, one Lundrot and thirty by forty
feet ground dimensions, walls twenty-five
feet high, built of stone,at a total estimated
cost of 1 10,000; capacity, three hundred
tons of cane per day. Mr. W. C. Clement
is also putting up a large mill at the same
This statement is to rhow, writes Mr.
John Dieffenbacher, Strasburg, Ohio, that
I have been afflicted with rheumatism for
several years past, and could not get any
relief until I used St. Jacobs Oil. Bv tho
use of one bottle I was much relieved and
with the second, I was as nearly cured as it
is possible to cure rheumatism in one of my
age, being now sixty-four years old.
H. F. McCarthy, druggist, Ottawa. Out..
states that he was afflicted with chronic
bronchitis for many years and was com
pletely cured by the use of Thomas' Eelcc
tric Oil. Paul G. Schuh, Atrent.
Thousands of ladies have found sudden
relief from all their woes by the use of
LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
tho great remedy tor diseases peculiar to
females. Send to Mrs. Lvdia E. Pinkham.
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Outfit sent free to thoso who wish to co
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Capital not required. We will furnish
everything, fllla day and upwards Is yet
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r nlint. No risk whatnvnr. Manv nnw
workers wanted at onco. Many are making fort
unes a the business. Ladies make as tniir.h
mon, andyouni! hoys and girls maKo great pay. No
one who is willing to work falls to make more
money every dav than can be made In a week at an
other employment. Those who cngaca at once
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Ontnt turnlahud tree, with full In
structions for conducting the most
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who Is willing to work, omen aro as anctossmi
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Many hava made at tho business over pno hundred
dollars In a b Inula week. Nothing llk It ever
known heforo. All who eniiano are urnrlaa at Mia
esse and rapidity with which they are awo to m iae
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THE GEM Oil,
This Stove oeeds uo comrnentliiK upoi
without doubt tbe fluent Oil Stove fa tbu
on as It li
The manufacturers hare mil J ov.t SO.Ooq and
thry have yet to hear of ono that did uot give wat-
Glass Fruit Jars
and Jelly Glasses
OK ALL KIXDS.
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
Butcher Knives of the well-known tnanurertun-s
Geo, Wilson and Joe Kodcers. A full aMortmctit
of Tinware at reduced price.' Also Hunt single
and doable bam Harm-M .
a rfrr .ri-i mt. . ...
wum.u biuvk ror sal, with two Iron pols
two bake pans anrtt. imitdlef: will be sold
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OPENED JLSj: FIRST.
It If situated In Pope Coun'jTi Illinois. In a spur
of tho Ozark Mountains, half way bin Vlrnua
iUU UUJtUUQft. IIS j
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
SHADY GROVES, -
1in A T 11' A T L'i!
ICE IN ABUNDANCE. The table is spread
with all tbe dellracn-s or the ru:n. Tbe
waters are mineral, appeti.tni; iiid health itIvhjk,
and their beneSclal tfli'eu are tdi Imniedlutrlv.
J.K. BUUUTJ, Proprietor.
OTICK TO CONTHACTOlrS.
Orrn EorCiTY Ci.rhk, Caiho. III.. July l ith,l(!l.
healed liropopals will be received at IhmolUco,
directed to the city council, until 5 o'clock p. m.
Wrdpctday, July gitb. for furninlilni: all nt-cceHary
material and doing tho work of Hlnkln drive well
and fnrulMiIni: a kooxI snhstnntial pump of tho
beat make for tho same. Bids to be at mo much per
foot, and slating slxe of pipe and mnke of pnmp to
bn tincd ; said work to bo done under tho super
vision of the committee on sin i-iH.
D.J. POLE V. I'itv Clerk.
"vYoinin'iii iiv niukluc mon-
Ii'V M hi n Kiihli u chance is
iflVri'd, : thereby always
keeping 'Jo.-eri.y from yonr
door. '1'Ii'iku wIio. always
lalie advantage of the good
chances for pinking money that are olR-red, general
ly become wealthy, while thoe who do nol lm
prove such chances remain in poverty. We want
many men, women, boys and gbln to do work for us
right lu their own localities, The business will
pay more than ten times ordinary wngea. Wo
furnish au expensenslve outfit and all Hint yon
need free. No one who engages fails to make
money rapidly. Von can devote your wholo timo
to the work, or only your spare moments. Fun
Information and all that Is needed sent freo.
dress STINSON A CO.. Portland. Mttlno,
Obtained for new Inventions, or for Improvement!
on old enea; for (nodical or other compounds, trade
marks and labels. Caveats, Assignments, lutur
fxirencet, Appeals, Suits for Infringement, and
all cases arising under tho Fatent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Inventions that have boon
PI? TirrTFTI Dr tha Patent Office may still,
JVJrjiIXiUJ.llilumostcait, bo patented by
na. Being opposite the U. 8. Patent Department,
and engaged In Patent business exclusively, wo can
make closer searches, aid secure Patents moro
promptly, and with broader claim, than those who
am remote from Washington. i
1 X VW'NTnTiS on1 " model or sketch (
111 T Ajii A vlVO yonr dorice; wo make ex
aminations and advise as to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential.
Prtcos low, and no chargo unless Patent ls-r.curad.
We refer In Washington, to lion. Postmaster
Genoral D, M. Key, Kov. K. 1). Power Tho German
American National Bank, to officials in tha II. H.
Patent Office, and to Senator and Ilepresimtatlvei
In Congressjand especially to onr client in every
BUte In the Union aud in Canada, Addresa
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