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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY' .MORNING, JULY 22, 181.
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OFFlyiAL PAPER OF CITV AN1 OUONTY
LOCAL WKATI1K9 BKPORT.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in thi column, eight cent per line for
trot and nv eenti per line each ubequeut Inier
tmu. l or one month, 50 cents per lino.
The Great Triple X.
"XXX Beer," tlie finest malt produc
tion ever bronchi to this city, has just been
received in lanze Quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert, near the ccrner of Eighth
street and Commercial avenue. The
trippleX" is superior to any other beer in
the country, is a cool and healthy bcaverage,
which, once known, will be preferred to
every other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and try the VXXX." ,
Use The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
tor 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 sell ice by tho car
load, or by . the pound at prices lcyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of . the city during summer, serving
ice to cusiuuiure in tjunmiwco w sun.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Ture Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 92. F. M. Ward.
Over 105,000 Howo Scales have been
sold. 8oud for Catalogue to Borden, Sel
lcck & Co., General Agents, Chicago, Ills.
IIeadachb is effectually cured by
WRIGHT'S INDJAN VEGETABLE FILLS, which
cleanse the bowels and purify the blood. (1)
Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve.
11.? best salve iu the world for cuts,
bruises, bores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
ll kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
iruaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per -box. For sale by Geo. E. O'Hara
On Saturday morning, at ten o'clock, the
old aiheneum building will be sold at
auction to the highest bidder. Sale will
take place on the premises.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 931 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 Cairo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
My patent adjustable HARROW is be
lieved to be the best, as well as the cheap
est harrow that has ever been offered to the
farmer. I Bell a first class Btandard two
horse harrow that will easily harrow 20
acres in a dy, for ten dollars, all complete.
They can be ordered by letter and shipped
according to directions warranted to give
satisfaction. Or, if a farmer wishes to
make it at home and save freight, and give
it just the size ami woiyht he wants, I will
sell the plan with instructions and right
to make one, and send it by mail for one
dollar. If village mechanics wish to make
it to supply their customers, I will give
them very favorable terms, and they will
have in addition the advantage gained by
saving freight. It is very Bimple and easy
lo mane. ena lor circular ana pi ice
tlis, 8. Hutchinson, GriggBville, Pike Co.,
Illinois. , ,
Notice to Contractors.
Proposals will be received by the under
signed until 2 o'clock p. m. Friday August
Jst, 1881 for furnishing and delivering on
the county road, leading irom the city
limits of Cairo, at termination of Sycamore
street, to the new iron bridge over Cache
river, sufficient gravel to cover said road 16
teet wide, and 12 inches deep in center,
stopitig to a depth at the sides of six inches.
Parties ruubt state in their bids the price
per cubic yard, the kind of grave, whether
washed or conglomerate, and also the por
tion of the road they propose to gravel. The
gravel must he of good quality for the pur
pose and satisfactory to the undersigned or
such person as ho may designate tc receive
the same. Contractors will be required to
commence at the southerly end of their
contract and complete as they work north
ward. The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids. Tiros. W. Hallidat,
Chairman of the County Board Alexander
Co. Ill, ,
Cairo, III., July 21, 1881.
Don't Forget The Place
Where jroa can get a hot meal at all times,
at any hour of the night as well as in the
day time, at Avinger's European Hotel,
next door to the City National Bank, 72
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Hotlr.ee In theee columns, ten cent per line,
eecn ineertioB. Marked
-Smoke Schub's 'GiUEdge." '
' To-night is the regular meeting night
of the temperance reform club.
The Woman's Christian Temperanco
Union met at Reform hall yesterday aftor
noon. See notice in special locals of auction
sale of household goods at Reeve's auction
room to morrow. . .
Mr. Lee Boicourt put another sprinkler
to work on Washington avenue yesterday
Yesterday uear noon the thermometer
stood at one hundred and six degrees in
the shade at Barclay Bro's drug store on
Lost A liberal reward will bo given to
the finder of a small package, containing a
pair of bracelets and a ring, if ho will leave
the same at this office.
The Egyptian mills have partially
ceased operations in consequence of a
broken cog wheel. The mill will resume
again soon, however.
The military company meets at the
council chamber to night. It is expected
that Major Stinson will bo here to organize
A negro named Abo Lewis assaulted
two white ladies, Mrs. Johnson and her
grand daughter, in Paducah on IWednesday.
He was arrcBted within six hours afterwards
and is now in jail awaiting trial.
Check books, order books, receipt
books, etc., done on short notice at Tire
Bulletin office. Stock and work gunr
anteed. Prices "rock bottom."
From a notice iu special local column
it will he seen that the old atheneum build
ing, on Commercial avenue, will be sold at
auction to-morrow morning, at ten o'clock.
Largo invoice, full pocket cut, XX en
velopesall colors, sizes 5, 6, 6 and 10
just received at The Bulletin office.
t samples and prices.
The upper portion of the new elevator
can be seen over the tops of the trees from
the saw mills of Mr. J. W. Spies, about
four miles this side of Commercial Point, a
distance of twelve miles.
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.
Now that Garfield is pronounced out
of danger some of the newspapers which
were tomerly loud in praise of Dr. Bliss
and his assistants, term him an "old
granny," and think his services might have
been dispensed with. Public opinion will
hardly countenance such inconsistency and
Paducah Enterprise: "Mr. and Mrs.
Frank McKnight and little sou, of Cairo,
are in the city, guests ot tho Richmond
House. Mr. McKnight is just home from
Hot Springs, Ark., where he has been un
der treatment for rheumatism. Though
much better, he is still compelled to use
crutches, but hopes to be all right again in
a very short time. His gallery in Cairo
will be reopened about August 1st."
Sir. John A. Reeve has gone into the
furniture and auction buisncss at the corner
of Tenth street and Washington avenue.
He says that be has permanently abandoned
politics, but it is safe to predict that when
ho hears the fife and drum, and smells the
powder of election canon and the odor of
burning campaign lanterns, the old politi
cal Adam will rise again in him and in
duce him to run, ifnot for office, w by, then,
perhaps, only for fun.
A woman named Gouldingwas burned
to death a day or two by the explosion of
coal oil, which was sold for 130 fire test,
but which proved to be only 105 when
tested. The law of Kentucky does not per
mit the sale of any burning fluid for fam
ily use that will explode at less than one
hundred and thirty degrees Fahrenheit.
In Illinois this docs not appear to be the
case, as great quantities of coal oil of no
more than one hundred and ten degrees fire
test, are being daily sold in this city as well
The Paducah Enterprise announces in
largo letters that the negro, who assaulted
Mrs, Johnson in that city on Tuesday, was
ought within six hours after the assault.
That's nothing. Marshal Myers and
Officers Olmsted And Tyler, of
this city caught the negro who
assaulted Mrs. Kobler in this city some
time ago within four hours after the assault,
and if it hadnt been for the bravery of
Jailer Fitzerald and wage, the wretch
would have been hung within six hours
after he committed the crime.
Ballard County News: "As accident
occurred here Tuesday. Mr. John Lamm
of Hinklevillo was driving along the
street, when his horse became, frightened
and started to run, Mr. Lamm would prob
ably have succeeded in checking the horse
had not the lines broken, when he fell to
the ground, the fall cutting a considerable
gash in hit head and bruising' him up con
siderably, It was a narrow escape and we
are glad to know that his hurts, though
Bevere, were no worse."
The maximum temperature for six
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tcnn., 98; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 78; Davenport, Iowa, 80 ; Dubuque,
Iowa, 84; Keokuk, Iowa, 95; LaCrosso,
Wis., 79; Leavenworth, Kas., 90; Louis
ville, Ky., 99; Memphis,.Tenn., 08; Nash
villo, Tenn.,97; Omaha, Neb., 80; Pitts
burg, Pa., 80; Shreveport, La., 09; Bt
Louis, Mo., 101 : St. Paul. Minn.. 75: Vicka.
J burg, Miss., 96; North Vlutte, Neb., 83;
Bismarck, Dak., 74; Dodge City, Kan., 95;
Yankton, Dak., ; New Orleans, La., .
Tho appellate court for the fourth dis
trict of this state recently rendered a decis
ion in the caso of Reichenbaohor vs. Pah
moyer, that may bo of interest to landlords,
as well as tenants. The court holds that
when landlord rents premises infrruin
ous anp dangerous condition, and an injury
results thejefroin to a third person, he is
liable in damages to the injured party.
Suffering premises to be constructed in a
dangerous condition, or allowing them to
fall into it, is a nuisance; and if the land
lord demise tho premises in that condition,
ho is liablo for injuries resulting to third
Tho United States snag boat John N.
McCombo was at work at the mouth of tho
Ohio river the greater part of yesterday,
removing snugs. Sho has been at work on
tho Mississippi river from St, Louis down,
removing snags, trees and other obstruc
tions at Pull-Tight, Widow Beard, Perry's
Towhcad, Penitentiary Toint, Fort Char
ters, St. Genevieve Island, Liberty Island,
James P ant, Wilkinson's Landing, Wilkin
son's Island, Towur Island, Cape Girara
deau, Burnhaiu's Island, Goose Island,
Commercial Point, Buffalo Island, Brewer's
Point, Grocnleafs Landing, Pond Lilly and
Elk Island. After having finished her
work here she will continue on her way
down the Mississippi river to Vickshurg.
On Tuesday night Marshal Myers
arrested a white man for disorderly con
duct. Ho was taken to Magistrate Com
ing's for trial, where he gave his nuuie as
Charley Star. He was fined five dollars
and costs and sent to jail for eight days in
default of payment ot the same. Yester
day Detective George Herbert, of the
St. Louis police force, arrived in
the city - with a requisition
from Gove . nor Cullom by the authority of
which he took Star to 8t. Louis, where he
will be tried for the murder ot a cabman on
tho 10th of July, last year. Star is a vil
lainous looking fellow, is very likely guilty
of the deed with which he is charged, and
will be punished if the supreme court of
Missouri does not issue a supersedces.
Marshal Myers yesterday arrested the
notorious young criminal, Thomas Lynch.
Some days ago some one entered the tailor
shop of old man Frei on Eighth street,
near Ohio levee, and took therefrom a
quantity of clothing that had been left
there to be repaired. It was
not uutil yesterday that tho marshal
was notified ol the burglary and he at once
proceeded to work up the case and with
his natural skill in tracing criminals soon
succcceded in running down the young
rascal who has given our police courts and
officers bo much trouble ot late. At the
time of his arrest Lynch had in his posses
sion a coat, two pairs of pants and an over
coat all of which weao identified by Mr.
Fry as having been taken from his shop.
The feltow will probably ho tried to-day.
-In speaking of the horrible death, on
the Illinois Central railroad at Blooming-
ton, of Mrs. Keough and her son, which
was also chronicled in yesterday's issue of
this paper, the Bloomington Bulletin uses
words that are as applicable here as there,
and that will probably be as much disre
gard here as there. The account closes as
follows : "i'oor young Keough came to his
tragic death, and was the cause of sending
his mother to an untimely grave, by the
habit, commoD, as one of the witnesses at
the inquest said, to all the boys that of
jumping on and off trains. Had ho been
kept away from tho railroad, the heart
rending accident of yesterday would not
have shocked the community. Blooming-
ton has five railroads, and not a train comes
or goes on either that does not carry from
depot to junction or from town to Normal
its freights of boys stealing rides. Train
men eannot keep them away they will
jump off one car and onto another; police
men cannot catch them, for they are as
quick as a squirrel to run and hide. Many
boys have been maimed for life by this
habit, and some have suddeuly met their
death, but others, not taking heed, keep on
climbing over moving trains, seemingly to
show how they can tempt and avoid death
but the will sometimes fall and be
ground under tho relentless wheels. There
is a state law and a municipal ordinances
inflicting fines for getting onto or off from
moving trains, and some way should be
found to enforco them."
A corrwpondent of the Memphis
Avalanche, who has made tho Mississippi
river and its characteristics a study for
thirty years of his life, speaks thus of the
"outlet" system, which, if properly carried
out, he says, would make the river naviga
ble by the largest steamers all the year
round from Cairo down : "There is no
doubt that the tendency ot tho Mississippi
river, tho same which exists iu all delta
forming streams, is to prolongation by silt
deposits, and it is this tendency which
causes overflow, and entails all disasters on
the great valley. To meet the true regiment
of the river the route of tho flow-tide must
be shortened, and this can only bo accom
plished by tho plans presented by those ad
vocating tho outlet system. Observe now
that in this matter tho river has a self-regulating
regiment. Whenever it reaches a
point of prolongation in which tho self
formed channel is unable to dischargo its
flood waters into the ultimate reservoir, it
almost invariably breaks over its banks, na
tural or artificial, and finds its way by near
er outlets to the ocean level. Instances
have been given of rivers which have done
jhis, notably the Hoarg Ho in China, the
Po and tho Leiss in Europe. Hut
we ueed not go abroad for illustrations.
The Mississippi has done this very thing
at the Bonnet Carre crevasse, thirty-fivo
miles above New Orleans, and the flood
waters go to the Gulf level in a distance ot
seven miles, instead of 160 by its own chan
nel. And the opinion seems well tounded
that this operates as a great safeguard to
the lower coast tor moro than 100 miles
above. At that distance by other outlets
through Grand Levee, in the Parish of
Point Coupee, and through the Atchatalaya,
out of the mounth of Red river, the flood
waters of tho Mississippi reach "the sea
over 260 miles nearer than its mountb, and
this operates as a protection for still hun
dreds of miles above. Now, with these
facts, it does strike me as reasonable that
tho outlet proposed at Lake Borgne, which
can be made for about $200,000, reaching
the Gulf level iu gvo miles, and 100 alwve
tho mouth, if made deep and thorough,
would solve tho whole problem and give a
deep, unimpeded river channel as high as
Cairo. Such seems to be tho argument of
tho article to which I refer, and, as I was
bora and reared in sight of the Southern
Mississippi, and have spent the last thirty
years of my life in a close and systematic
study of it, I confess I can pick no flaw in
tho argument. I have attentively consid
ered the plan prepared by the river commis
sion, and, if thero was no better offered,
would promptly approve it. But it is the
same old principle ot government routine
work, doing so as not to do, giving fat po
sitions to government officers and good
employment to government engineers,
spending millions of dollars, and
at last having to come back to the old con
clusion that the floods of the Mississippi
cannot be regulated or controlled by such
processes. I say they can be regulated and
controlled upon the simple principle that it
you will let water out of a reservoir or bas
in faster than it flows in the water will
never come to the top. If the jetty system
at the mouth is a success, it simply means
to carry tho river across the gulf to a point
where the gult of stream will take away tho
deposit as fast as it is emptied.
Mr. H. L. Halliday has gone to Sheboy
gan to join his family.
Mr. Paul G. Schuh and family are in
Minnesota spending the summer.
Mr. M. P. Fulton and family returned
from Dixon Springs yesterday.
Miss Harbison, aunt of Thomas and Jno.
Home, will leave Saturday for her homo in
Miss King, of Columbus, Ky., who has
been visiting the late Mrs. Ada Home dur
ing her illness, returns home by the Missis
sippi Central train to-day.
Mr. Lem Hill, clerk of the Planters
House, who has been in Carthage, Ills., for
some days visiting his sick mother, returned
yesterday. His mother is much improved
and will now soon entirely recover.
Some errors occurred in The Bulletin's
account of the evening pr weedings of the
circuit court. The truth i s that Mr. Walter
Warder, who was associated with Mr. Leek
in defending Anderson Glenn, closed tho
argument for the defense night beforo last.
State's Attorney Damron closed the case
yesterday ' morning, and it was given
to the jury at ten o'clock. At
two o'clock, yesterday afternoon, the jury
returned a verdict of guilty of manslaughter
and the prisoner was sentenced to nine
yores in the penitentiary.
Charles Evans was next brought before
the court, charged with having stolen a keg
of powder from Messrs. Stratum & Bird.
He plead guilty to petit larceny, Bnd was
fined five dollars and sentenced to twenty
days in the county jail.
Virginious Green, the negro who commit
ted the rape upon a colored girl between
Cairo and Mound City a short time ago,
was found guilty and sent to tho peniteu
tiary for eight years.
The court will probably adjourn to-morrow
REAL ESTATE RECORD.
july 19th,20th and 2 1st.
Joseph 3." Denton, et ux to Sarah J. Den
ton; quit claim deed, dated July 10th,
1881, for undivided one-fifth of northwest
quarter of southwest of southwest quar
ter, and southwest quarter of north
west quarter, section fifteen, township
fifteen, rango two; also lot eight, south half
of lot nine, in section sixteen, township fif
teen, rangejwo. ' !
Nancy J. Whitaker and husband to Mar
shall Augustine; warranty deed, dated July
16. 1881. for lot four, block two, town of
William' Crawford, et ux to Samuel
Briley, warranty deed, dated March 30th
1881, for lots five and six, block two, town
of Elco. . '
Samuel Briley, et ux to James W, Whit
aker ; warranty deed, dated tfay 30, 1881 ,
for lots five and six, block two, town of
Elco. ' ' .'
R. A. Edmundson, et ux to Lawrence
Gale, otal.j quit claim deed, dated July 21,
1880, for Conory's thirty acres at the mouth
of Sexton's creek, lying on north bank.
David S. Burns, et ux to Milly J. Brabie;
warranty deed, dated July 16th, 1881, for
one acre out of southeast quarter of
northeast quarter, section one, township
sixteen, range two.
City ot Cairo to William P. Halliday and
James Bell; deed, dated July 11th, 181,
for the part of railroad strip, lying between
the south half of blocks one and eight, in
fifth addition to tho city of Cairo.
John P. Werbking to Antonio Cell a;
quit claim deed, dated July 19th, 1881, tor
the part ot east half of southeast quarter
and west half of southwest quarter of
section cigty-two, township sixteen, range
John A. Logan, et ux to John H. Mul
kcy; warranty deed, datrd July 13th, 1881,
for lots five to eighteen inclusive, in block
fifty-eight, in first addition to the city ot
Benjamin F. Marshall, et ux to Samuel J.
Humm; warranty deed, dated July 16, 1881,
lor part of lots twelve and thirteen and all
of lots thirty -six and thirty-seven, in block
eighteen, in first, addition to tho city of
John II. Mulkey, et ux to John Hodges;
quit claim deed, dated July 19th, 1881, for
undivided half of the following lots: twen-ty-ono
and twenty-two, in blocks thirty and
seventeen, block three, in the city of Cairo,
and lot seventeon, in block three, in rail
road addition to the city of Cairo, and lots
five to eighteen inclusive, block fifty-eight,
in first addition to the city of Cairo.
B. F. McILtvcn, et ux to Jerembh Dun
ning; warranty deed, dated January 7th,
1880, for southwest one-half of southwest
one-fourth of section twenty-two, township
fifteen, range iwo.
A. Comings, et ux to Eugene E. Ellis;
quit claim deed, dated July 18th, 1881, for
lots thirty and ehirty-one, in block fifty
three, in the city ot Cairo.
County clerk to Ceorge Fisher; tax deed,
dated July 20th, 1881, for lot thirty-one, in
block twenty-seven, in first addition to the
city of Cairo.
County clerk to George Fisher; tax deed,
dated July 20th, 1881, for lot twenty-six,
in block forty-six, iu first addition to the
city of Cairo.
David A. Burns to B. F. Curtis; warranty
deed, dated July 19th, 1881, for two acres
out of southeast of northeast, in section one,
township sixteen, range three.
- Timothy Cooklcy to Philip H. Feldon;
quitclaim deed, dated October 19th, 1879,
for northwest half of northwest quarter of
southwest quarter of section twenty-nine,
township fifteen, range two.
R. A. Edmondson and wife to E. B.
Garoghty; quit claim deed, dated May
25th, 1881, for east half of northeast quar
ter, northwest quarter of northeast quarter,
northwest quarter, fractional part of south
half and southwest, northeast, section
thirty-two, township fourteen, range two;
and southwest quarter of southeast quarter,
and southwest quarter of northeast quarter,
and northwest quarter of section thirthy
three, township fourteen, range three.
Tho case of Lucy Nichols, who was in
dicted for assaultieg Mrs. Heno with the
intention of doing her bodily harm, was
sent lrom the circuit court down to the
county court where it was tried. The parties
are both from near Elco, this county where
the assault was committed about the 11th
day of last June. The case took nearly
the entire day and was decided in favor of
About five o'clck in the eveuing the case
of Alexander Ireland, of Santa Fe, charged
with having sold liquor without license,
was taken up'and occupied the balance ol
the'day until court adjourned until this
morning, when it will be concluded.
. The State Journal, published at Spring
field, after quoting from an article which
recently appeared in Tnu Bulletin, in re
ference to the election of certain county
officers in November next, speaks as fol
"The fact is that under tho constitution,
as it now exists, here is, no constitutional
or statutory provision authorizing an clec
tion to bo held in November, 1881. In
that case tho other provision of tho consti
tution which has not been abrogated or
amended takes effect, viz: 'All officers pro
vided tor in this article shall hold their of
fices until their successors shall be quali
fied;" aud certain specified officers in
cluding those whose terms would otherwiso
have expired this fall "shall hold their
respectivo offices for the term of four years,
and until their successors shall be elected
and qualified." In the face of this repeat
ed provision in the constitution, it is re
markable that there should bo any ques
tion in reference to the omission of an
election this fall, independent even of
tho law of tho last session, which provides
that it shall take place in November, 1882.
Tho Chicago Legal News, a recognized au
thority on questions of this character, re
ferring to this aspect of tho case says :
"It would be a novel proceeding to hold
an election in defiance of the provisions of
the ' constltuton and the laws of the
All power is in tho people. They, in
accordance with the provisions of the con
stitution, amend it so as to make tho elec
tion come in November, 1883, and that the
present officers, under tho constitution and
law, are to hold until their successors are
elected and qualified, which cannot be un
til November 1882, thero are nn vacancies,
and will not be until that tiroo, which the
governor can fill, unless some of the pres
ent officers die, resign or are removed. It
is the people that have amended the consti
tution in their soveriegn capacity.
We have from the first maintained in
these columns that after the adoption to
the amendment to the constitution, no legal
election could be held for county officers
the coming November. The legislature,
when it met, took the same view of the
operation of the amendment, and so did
Gov, Cullom when he signed tho bills re
lating to the calling of elections iu 1883
. Auction Sale.
The household furniture of tho late Mrs.
Ada Home will be sold at tho auction room
of Mr. John A. Reeve on Saturday morn
ing and evening. Sale will lie positive.
THE GEM OIL STOVE.
Thle Ktove nvcdn no cmnniuntiiii! upon It li
without doubt the flmut O'l h ovohi iiK.nerket.
The mnufcturer hnvo nold ovt-r 30.00 end
they here yet to near of one Umt Old not clve ea t
lefactlon. Glass Fruit Jars
and Jellv Glasses
OF ALL KINDS.
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
Butrlier Knlvr of the well-known rnaunfartrn-s
Gr-n. Wil.on and Joe Kodirore. A full aortrtVa
of Tinware at reduce d price. Alo Hunt tingle
and doable Hoggy Harm ...
A COOKtNO bT'JVE for Mlc. with two iron pots
t. two bake pan and twe griddle. : will be euld
for tun dollar. Apply at Builetit. office.
OPES ED Jl'SKFIftST.
It li ntuated In Pope Comity. illlnoU. lo a lnr
of tbe Oeark Mountain, ba!f y ht-twvt'D Vicuna
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACLXO,
ICK IN ABUNDANCE. The table Is oproad
with all tho dullrariv of tlm ruiios. Tbe
water are mineral, apix-tiKlliK and health Riving,
end their beneficial eflVcte ar foil Immediately.
J. R. BUOWN, Proprietor.
0TIC8 TO CONTflACTOB'8.
Orriuaor Citt Cliiik.Caiiio. HI., July 11th, 1381.
Heeled proposal will ho received at tills olllco,
dlror.tod to the city council, until ft o'clock p. m.
Wednesday, July lioth, for furnlehliiK all nereenary
material and doing tho work of sinking drive well
and furnishing a good snlntantiKl pump of tbo
bust make for tbe sumo. Hid to bo at to much per
foot, and atatlng itxe of pipe and tmiko of pump to
be used: said work to bo dune uudvr tho super
vision of the committee on stronts.
1).J. FOLKY. Cltr Clerk.
Outfit sent free to those who wish to cn
angtt In tho most pleasant and prufitnhlo
buslnes known, JCverytliliig now.
CapitAlnnt required. Wo will furnish
everything. 111! a day and upvrard is yet
aallv made without ttavlns away from
horns ovor night, No risk whatever. W any new
workr wanted at once. Many are making fort
uno a thebURtne. Ladle niako a much as
men, .ndyonne boya and girl mane great pay . No
one who Is willing to work fall to make moro
money every day (ban can be made In aweok at any
other employment. Those wbo ongnne at onto
will find a ihort road to fortune. Addrce II.
BALLBTT CO., Portland Maine.
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