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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Ofllr: Bulletin Bolldinf, WuMnftoi Anno
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LIH0U, AS IKCOnD-CIO.il KATTEB.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In Ibli column, eight cents per line for
Imt ud five cent! per line etch luhiequent Inter
lion. For on month, 80 cent per tine.
The Great TriplcX.
"XXX Beor," the finest malt produc
tion ever brought to this city, has just been
received in large quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert, near the corner of Eighth
street and Commercial avenue. The
"tripple X" is superior to any other beer in
the country, is a cool and healthy beaverage,
which, once known, will be preferred to
every other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and try the "XXX."
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, Fenn.
Use Tub Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
tor sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or 1 1.00 por dozen.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the 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 recoive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co., Kankakee, llu Tel
The Howe Scale Co. enlarged their
works twice last year to meet the demand
Borden, Selleck & Co., General Agents,
Chicago, 111. (5)
Inflamed eyes and eyelids promptly
cu red by Roman Eye Balsam. E. Ferret,
Agt., 373 Tearl St., N. Y. City. (3)
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulscrs, salt rheum, tever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. . O'IIaiu
Use the Pantagraph Bindor. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No eitra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by ,Thk Cairo Bclletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Don't Forg-et The Place
Where you 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, 73
Notice to Contractors.
Proposals will be received by tho under
signed until 2 o'clock p. m. Monday AugUBt
1st, 1881 for furnishing and delivering on
the county road, leading from 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
feet wide, and 12 inches deep in center,
sloping to a depth at the sides of six inches.
Parties must state tn their bids the price
per cubic yard, tho kind of gravel, whether
washed or conglomerate, and also the por
tion of the road they propose to gravel. The
gravel must be of good quality for the cur
pose and satisfactory to the uudersigned or
such person as ho may designate tc receive
the same. Contractors will be required to
commence at tho southerly end of thoir.
contract ana complete as they work north
ward. The right is reserved to reject any
and all "bids. Tnos. W. Halliday.
Chairman of tho County Board Alexander
Cairo, III., July 21,1881.
Notice to Ice Consumers.
Owing to the advance of ice all over tho
country, we the undersigned, ice deal
ers of Cairo, have found it necessary to ad
vance the price of ice to the tollwinc fitr
urea : Ice by the block or ton, CO cents per.
iuu. ice oy tne oiocK,packcd, 73 cents per
i w. xce by the niiy pound and upward
75 cents per 100. Ice in less quantities
$1.00. Said prices to take effect on August
isi, 1031. r. n. ward.
G. D. Williamson & Co.
0. W. Spknce.
EgT Argus please copy.
A second-hand piano, in good order and
first-class instrument. Price $150. Ap
ply to Mrs. E. A. Burnett, No. 83 Tenth
Hotel for Sale.
The well-known Alto nouse at Alto Pass,
ill.; at once a pleasant home and a lucra
tive business. If ppued tor at once may
J WK,lia- Address N. T. c',
8037 Dickson street, St. Louis, Mo.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
rSmokc Schuh's "Gilt Edge.1
Vennor s prediction for to-day is:
"Cloudy and cooler weather, with cold
nights and cold showers."
Blank chattel mortgages for tale by
the piece or by the quire at The Bulletin
There was no police business whatever
la the city yesterday.
A boy was born unto Mr. H. E. Inco
yesterday morning at eight o'clock.
The Woman's Christian Tcmperauco
Union meets at Reform hall this afternoon.
Mr. Louil Herbert is having a drive
well sunk on Twelfth street in front of his
Mr. Frank Cherry is building a new
porch in front of bis residence on the cast
aide of Washington avenue, between Nineth
and Tenth streets.
Largo invoice, full pocket cut, XX en
velopesall colors, sizes 5,0, 6 and 10
just received at The Bulletin office.
Get samples and prices.
-Real estate record yosterday : George
W.Norton and wite to T. W. Halliday;
warranie deed, dated July 15th, 1881, tor
lot twelve, in block thirty-eight, in the
city ot Cairo.
-Check books, order books, receipt
books, etc., done on short notice at This
Bulletin office. Stock and work guar
anteed. Prices "rock bottom."
-There is a great talk oi sharks at
Coney Island aud lair bathers are afraid of
the water, but tho sharks, dear girls, are
mostly on land, wear trowers and pass as
millionaires of foreign counts.
A conductor on 'the Georgia railroad
ejected a passenger from one of bis earn the
other dar for taking off his coat in the pres
ence of the ladies, and refusing to put it
on. Times have changed since the Geor
gian's approved costume was only a shirt
collar and a pair of spurs.
The walking match at Schccl's hall
last night lor the benefit of Mrs. Wm. Ca
tilla resulted as follows: Thos. Owen won
the race, making his fastest mile in nine
minutes. G. 0. Farris came in for the sec
ond prize, which was a silver cup.
Mr. John Barton, ot Carbondale, was
in the city yesterday and tailed at The
Bulletin office. He will move his office
from Carbondale down here aud start
daily republican paper in October next.
Barton is able to publish a good paper and
will do so when ho is thoroughly under
The incorporation papers of the Cairo
Manufacturing Company were recorded at
the circuit clerk's office yesterday. The
Cairo Manufacturing Company is organized
for the purpose of manufacturing one of
the best patent churns and ice cream freez
ers combined in tho country.
Messrs. Barclay Bros, are enlarging
their store room on Ohio levee by removing
the stairway leading from the front to the
second floor. A portion of the additional
room thug obtained will be taken up by an
elevator, which will connect the bnsement
with thejaecond and third floor, thus facili
tating the handling of heavy goods.
Those who are in such wild gleo over
the defeat of Conkling will Cud them
selves very much in the position of the
man who innocently sat down on what he
supposed to be an old burnt-out relic ot the
war, but which suddenly proved to be a
bomb with a live fuse and sent the squat
ter to kingdom come. It is true that Con
kling is somewhat of a broken-up man, but
the pieces have all been carefully saved for
Yesterday Bill Scott's hack driver ap
plied to Magistrate Comiugs tor a warrant
against a mau named Johnson, who had
hired the hack to drive him and his girl, a
woman of the town around, the city for sev
eral tours, and then refused to pay the
driver. The esquire told the driver that he
could uot issue a warrant, but that he must
bring a civil suit against Johnson if ho
would seek the assistance of the law in the
collection of his fare. This the driver had
not done up to yesterday evening. John
son ib from Villa Ridgo and is said fo be
the sexton ot the graveyard there.
The man who undertook to sprinkle
Washington avenue a few days ago has
abandoned the work on the ground that he
could not keep the dust down as it ought
to be done with one sprinkler. Yet it was
done in former years and with the same in
strument that he used. The man, whoever
he was, gave up too easily; ho should try
again and a little harder than before; for
the residents along both sides of the avenue
appreciate the benefits arising from wetted
itreets and will pay liberally and promptly
There is money in tho job for some man
who is willing to work a little.
Mr. John E. Henderson, who returned
yesterday from a trip through ' the neigh
boring counties in Kentucky, reports that
the continued dry weather has done a great
deal of damage to the crops of that part of
the state. The corn, ho says, is in some
places but a foot high and will not yield
more than ono-fourt hof a crop. Tobacco
hag also suffered considerably, but would
partially revive again if a good rain were
to fall soon. The same condition of affairs
exists in other counties, both in Illinois
The maximum tomperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. in.,
yesterday, (Washingtonjtime) were as fol
lows : Chattanooga, Tcnn., 85 ; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 79; Davenport, Iowa, 78; Dubuque,
wI?' Kekuk' Iowa 70 ' Crowe,
wis., 7,; Leavenworth, K.s., 78; Louis
v o.Ky.,80; Memphis, Tenn, 84; Nash
Wile, Tcnn., 87; Omaha. Neb. 78; Pitts
burg, Pa., 77; Bhreveport, La., 00; St.
Louis, Mo.,182; St. Paul, Minn., 78; Vlcks-
j burg, Mill., 93;. North Platte, Neb., 03;
Bismarck, Dak., 81 ; Dodge City, Kan., 00
Yankton, Dak., 60.
Tho following official table shows the
issue of postal cards by the postoffice de
partment from the time of their adoption
In thti country to the close of the fiscal year
1873, two months 31,01)4,000
Tho total value of tho cards thus issued
has been $15,553,300, and the value for tho
last year $3,089,900. The increase from
year to year has been constant and steady
Alexander Sweeney, the negro who set
the county jail afire some time ago and
who was indicted for tho offense by tho
grand jury but escaped because tho indict
ment against him was improperly drawn up
and was quashed, was again indicted for
tho same offense at the last session of tho
grand jury. In the uienntitno he had
left towu and no one knew
where he went, but last evening lie was
again lodged in the county jail by Deputy
Sheriff Guy Morse, who arrested him at
Chester. Tho meeting between the officer
and Sweeney whh quite accidental. The
former together with Deputy Richard Fitz
gerald had deposited their eleven prisoners
from this county in the penitentiary, aud
were About to step onto the boat on their
way home, when they come face to face
with Sweeney, who was also goiug on the
boat for the purpose of coming to Cairo
The officers did not interfere with the man's
trip, but porsuaded him that he had better
travel in their company.
A pigeon shooting match comes off in
St. Louis to-day and for several days past it
was rumored that a number of humane per
sons had inaugurated a movement by which
the match is to be prevented, on tho ground
that it is an exhibition of brutality. The
sportsmen have made arrangements with
several of the Testuarants in the city to take
all the killed and wounded birds and pre
pare them for the tables, and reply to the
argument of the injunctionists that it is no
more cruel to kill pigeons fur pot pie than
it is to kill a steer for beef soup. The fact
that some or, perhaps, most of the mangled
birds will bo utilized after having served
the diabolical natures of the shoottsts tor
sport citn hardly be said to justify the
shooting. In their plausible argument the
sportsmen make a mistake. They confound
the real reason for killing the birds with a
pretended one. It must be acknowledged
that the cruelty in the act of killine the
birds consists in the manner and motive,
and the manner and motive in
this case are not what
they usually are, or should be, in the killing
of steers to furnish food for men, with the
least possible torture to the victim; but the
primary motive is to satisfy in an inhuman
manner the unnatural craving for sport. It
is administering to the brutal, blood
thjrsty part of human nature,
which finds entertainment only in tho fftdt
that the object, aimed t is a living thing
that can feel, bleed, struggle, and die an
unrecognizable mass of tiney bones and
quivering flesh. If this were not the case
if an automatic bird or any other dead
object were sent into the air, would these
sportsmen find equal or any plcusure in
shooting at them? Certaiuly not. Their
natures demand living targets aud the
shooting is none the less a wanton, cruel
destruction of living things because
some of the dead bodios are,
perchance, ultili.ed. Cairo sportsmen have
so far satisfied themselves with shooting
at glass balls and may they Hever aspire to
the advanced state of civilization in which
the St. Louis sportsmen live and have their
"Election for county officers will be
held in several of the counties in the state
this year, not withstanding the law repeal
ing the sections of the election law requir
ing an election to i,a held this year. In
Green county the primary elections of the
democratic party will be held witbiu a few
weeks and a full ticket will bo nominated.
An election will also be held in Jackson
county. Out of this muddle much trouble
will come; but sufficient unto the day is the
evil thereof," Blonmington Bulletin.
The evils that will arise from holding
elections next November can be easily fore
seen and just as easily prevented. In the
first place there will be no election called,
for the incumbents whoso fluty it would be
to call an election, believe as docs the gov
ernor, that none should be held. Then, it an
election is called by other authority, (which
it is claimed by some can be done) and
men are chosen to fill the offices of judge,
county clerk, treasurer and school superin
tendent, then will commence a fight in the
courts between the present incumbents and
the newly elected as to who shall hold the
offices lor one year. Such a fight, with the
uncertain law that will sustain both sides,
will occupy years and swallow up thous
ands of dollars; aud at tho end,
it cannot but leave the present
incumbents in possession of the field.
Thirdly, granting that an election can be
held, and that the officers in question will
be elected, then the question arises; how
will they obtain their commissions? The
governor will not and cannot consistently
sign me commissions of tho newly elected
omecrsjtor he has signed tho bill repeal I
log the election law under which it ts pur
posed to hold the e lection, and ho has ro
pcatedly declared that no elec
tions cuu lawfully be held
in November, 1881. Thus the newly
electod county officer, after having over
come the legal difficulties iu the way of his
election, would find himself opposed in tho
courts by the existing officers and at the
state capital by the governor; the ono pre
venting him from enjoying tho benefits of
tho oflico and putting liim to much ex
pense, and tho other withholding the pa
pers nacessary to his qualification. Under
bucIi circumstances a man must be exceed
ingly foolish to enter the field for any of
the offices mentioned.
"THB THREE STATES HORSE AND
A number of gentlemen in this city
have come together and taken the prelim
inary steps to organize what the above
head indicates. They have already niado
application to the proper officer at Spring
field for the uecessary incorporation papers,
which, it is thought, are now on tho way
and will be here to-day or to morrow.
The name of the association is
as above stated; the incorporators
are Judge W. II. Green, , Mr. Herman
Meyers, Mr. Matthew P. Walsh, Jr., Mr.
C. O. Patier, Mr. Patrick Fitzgerald, Capt.
John Hodges and Mr. T. W. Hall. The ca
pital stock is to be twenty-five thousand dol
lars to begin with, which is to be divided
into one thousaud shares at twenty-five
It is the object to' induce as many young
men and others interested in horse racing
particularly to join and form a jockey
club within the association
a sort of wheel within a wheel, whoso ex
clusive purpose it shall bo to give races.
This organization, while it will be a part of
tho association, will be in a manner dis
tinct from it. A person may belong to tho
fair association without being a member of
the jockey club, but no man who is not a
member of the former can join the latter.
The association at large will give fairs at
given times every year and will derive the
profits therefrom, .while the jocky club will
give races whenever it pleases which will
be about the time the noted racers pass
through here from or to Louisville and
other places, and will derive the profits
arising theretrom. Thus the institution
would be kept in activity which would
strengthen it and bring people aud money
into the city. The grounds have, of couse,
not yet been decided upon, but it has been
suggested, and the;f suggestion has been
looked upon with favor by some f the in
corporators, that a piece of about forty
acres in oxtcnt,'lying between Seventeenth
and West Twenty-second strcot, back of
Cedar street, be secured for the purpose.
This ground would be enclosed with a high
fence; a good mile track created, and
be supplied with an am-
phitheatro, stalls, stands and other ncccs
sary arrangements for the accommodation
of those who take part in or attend the fairs
It is, of course, the primary object of the
incorporators to obtain a largo and influen
tial membership of the association and for
this purpose it will invite all those inter
ested in tne onjoct ot tne association to
take stock and an active part in establish
ing it. Its name indicates that it is not to
be a select institution, composed only of
iw BuoBjaiiuai men or uairo or Alexander
county; the incorporators are cosmopoli
tan in their purpose, and intend that the
association shall comprise the public
spirited men of the neighboring counties of
the "Three States," Illinois, Missouri aud
Kentucky. There are many good men
in these counties whose interests are cen
tored in Cairo, who will gain by
Cairo's gain, and who Bhould not hesitate to
take an active part in this new enterprise,
Those who have ventured to take the first
step in this new enterprise arc all repre
sentative men of Cairo, who are noted for
their determination to push all their under
takings to a successful issue. When all is
ready and the stock is to be disposed of.
others should fall in line without hesitation ;
for there cannot be the slightest doubt but
that the association will prove profitable,
not only to its members, but also to the city
ot Cairo, and no Cairoito cau afford to nog.
lect mat which has these two important
The president's physicians are still satis
fied with the progress made by thoir pa
tient. Tho recent surgical operation has
proven eminently successful, and tho presi
dent has been freo from pain and has en
joyed healthful sleep. The white house
bulletins are full of hope, and the physi
cians privately express themselves as better
satisfied with tho case than at any period
since tho relapse. In response toaquos
tion whether there had been or would be
any further operations performed on tho
president, Colonel Rockwell said,
"No, there has been but
the one operation, and, judging from tho
present indications, we do not anticipate
that any more will be necessary," Con
tinuing, the colonel said that at the morn
ing' dressing tho wound diBchargod
several small pieces of bone, sup
posed to be the fractured rib.
At the dressing of his wound "on'Tucs.
day morning a displaced spiculro of .the
broken rib, about half an inch long, was
removed. Track of wound at this noiut
was dilated and a larger drainage-tube was
inserted for the rmrnose of faclllt.
ting the discharge of pus. Since thattime
be has bad several quiet naps, and taken
mere nourishment than on any of the last
fivo days without gastric irritation, and
when the wound was dressed after the new
tube had been Inserted the discharge of
healthy pus was satisfactorily abundant.
Owing to this favorable condition of the
president, only ono bulletin per day is is
sued, and that in the morning. Yesterday
morning's bulletin wag as follows :
Washington, July 37, 8 :30 a. m. Piesl
dent slept" soundly Inst night from eight
o'clock to fivo a. in., with but a single break
of short duration at eleven p. m. Since
five a.m. ho has dozed quietly awakening
at intervals. There have been no rigors
Ho takes his nourishments well and his
general condition is improving. He ex
presses himself as feeling better and more
rested. Pulse 94, temperature 78, respira
Mr. Cuhl, of Dongola, was in the city
Mr. II. L, Halliday returned yesterday
Misses Oaks, of Metropolis, are in the
city visiting Miss Maud Rittenhouse.
Mr. Geo. Watson from near Central ia is
visiting the family of Mr. James Woodson
Mr. L. I). Fields, of Villa Ridge, was in
the city yesterday.
Mr. G. II. Jackson returned yesterday
from a long visit to White Sulphur Springs,
Virginia. He looks much improved.
Mrs. H. A. Ilannon returned from Jones
boro a few days ago and left yesterday on
the steamer Gus Fowler lor Caledonia,
where she will visit her relatives.
Miss Ida Seicleman has been visiting the
family of Mr. Goldstine during the last
week. She returns to her home in Charles
ton, Mo., to-day. Miss Rosa Goldstine will
probably accompany her for a short visit.
Mrs. Morse, of St. Imis, who has been
in the city for some time visiting at the
residence of her cousin, John A. Reeve, left
yesterday evening for Metropolis, where she
will remain a while on a visit to her father,
who is a member of the firm of Yost, Big
low it Co. of that city.
GENERAL ILLINOIS NEWS.
Chicago has 13,212 licensed dogs.
Crops are fine in Livingston county.
Patrick Flannery has been adjudged in
sane at Blonmington.
Sickness prevails to an alarmiug extent
in Livingston county.
Bloomington has a new social organiza
tion called the Comet Club.
The greenbackers of Pike county have
nominated a full county ticket.
Rev. Oscar B. Thayer, of Urbana, has ac
cepted a call to the Presbyterian church at
A Quincy tobacco house is filling an or
der from the Sandwich Islands for 50,000
pounds ot plug tobacco.
Alderman Henry Fanning, of Joliet, is
on trial iu the county court for selling
liquor in violation of law.
The Rock ford aldermen uluse to appro
priate fSOO for the purpose of having in
struction iu vocal music in the schools.
Many horses at La Salle have been dis
abled by a disease which attacks the ani
mal in the eye and spreads over the body.
Rev. J. N. Carman, the head of the Car
man Family sinirers, has resigned the pas
torate of the Baptist church at Champaign.
Charlie Scott, son of David Scott, was
stabbed and probably fatally wounded by
Charlie Hollister, son of James Hollister, at
The Urbana city authorities have passed
an ordinance prohibiting the selling ot In
toxicating liquors in less quantites than
Tho board of supervisors of Fulton
county appropriated $1,000 for tho sufferers
ot Cuoa by the small pox scourge of last
The habitual drunkenness of an only son
drove Thomas J. Clark, an old and honored
citizen of Geneva, to killed himself with
So far during the current year 1,399 sa
loons havo been licensed in Chicago, which
is 200 more than for the corresponding
period of last year.
An eight-thousand-dollur chapel at St.
Mary's school, Kuoxville, is being built,
six thousand dollars of tho amount having
bocn subscribed at a recent commence
ment exercises ot the college.
In attempting to stop a runaway team by
catching the reins in his teeth, Mr. Trotter's
dog Jack, at Bloomington, was killed whilo
holding firmly to the lines. The noble
animal stopped the team.
As there has been a question about fish
living in sulphur wator, Mayor Cooper and
Col McGrew, of Pckin, caused a seine to
be dragged in tho artosian lake at that
place, and found largo quantities of pick
erel, bass and cat fish.
Maggie Wallace, a girl of olevon years,
has been scut to the workhouso in Peoria
for an attempt at burglary. One ot the
IocbI papers says: "She is an intelligent
well appearing child, but icemsto be utter
ly destitute of moral sense."
The small pox at and near Hulls has en
tirely disappeared, and people have ai-
MfTA nf ttiA Aaaaea ft,A
cases of small pox and varioloid togotbe,,
and eight deaths occurred.
A Friend In Need.
Time over and again Thomas' Eclectric
Oil has proved a salutary friend to the dis
tressed. As a reliable curative for croup
in children, sore throat and bronchial affec
tions, and as a positive external remedy for
pain, It is a never-failing antidote. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
A Liberal Offer. .
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts
Bands, etc., for the cure of Nervous Delnli'
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial before purchasing. These Elec
tric Devices are tho invention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimed to bo the only Electric Devices or
Appliances for the cure of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
Au Important Discovery
has been made whereby a successful vege
table combination has been introduced,
which acts upon the bowels, the liver and
the kidneys, and at tho same time imparts
strength and vitality to tho entire system.
Burdock Blood Bittern constitute this im
portant discovery. Price 11.00, trial size
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 sell a first class standard two
horse harrow that will easily harrow 20
acres in a day, 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
is just the size and weight be wants, I will
tell 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 simple and easy
to make. Send for circular and price
tlis. 8. Hutchinson, Griggsvillo, Pike Co.,
A COOKING BT'JVB for a)c, with two Icon pole
two bake pm and twa griddle: will be o)d
for too dollar. Apply it Bulletin office.
OPENED J INK FIRST.
It I ituted In Pop County, Illlnol. In t rpur
or the Or.ark Monntalni, na'f way between Vienna
nd (iolcouda. It
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
TC? P' A?CNDANCE. Tho table U pred
X With til tha i4tlirrlAa nf tk n..
. . - wi iv r. urn u uv
water are mineral, appealing and tii-allb Klviiiir,
and thetr beneficial enVct are foit Immediately.
n. riKUWM, Proprietor.
Public notice I hereby given that In pnnunc
or an order and decree made aud entered Iu and by
the county eonrt of Alexander county, mate of I!ll
noli, at the June term thereof. A. 1) , l4i. a rcr
tain can wherein .Icob K'ptle artmlniatrator
ui luttnumnr nuuam n AiDTton, rieceaeed,
wa plaintiff, and Jurtt Atherton. Kratid D. Ather.
ton. Thoma J. Cral". Maria J. Wlglo, Franci M.
Atherton. It'bcrr J. Athrrtnn. Il.-y.-liili M Aih.
erton.Lulu J. Atherton. William .J. Alherton,
Thntnat D Atherton, Ellxaheih Wicker, Klllah M.
reeier, r.uen ioudiJ, niuitn Voune, Fraud
Yonng, JameM. Cralir, Emma Cralif, Alice Crnl,
Mary (raitr. Elr.icla Pinch, .fohn Gnriwm
Joieph Oodwln and Thntna J. ( rain, guardian of
i.uiu j. anu mi nam i . Ainer ion, were uerenaanta,
I the anderli:ned. ax inch administrator atorenatd,
will proceed to ell the loutb et Quarter of the
oiith wt quarter nf teuton number tweiity-!
'AW and the went half of tb north eaat quarter and
inee&iT nan ni me norm writ quarter or nertlun
number ihlrty-fle (X), all tc townehtp number
Sfleen MM couth ranue number two i.'i. weft of the
the third principal meridian. In Alexander
couniT. Hate of Ililnolp.nn Thnreday, September
nri im, at eleven o nock in tne lorenim-i, at the
railroad atallon hoiie In "Hodgiw 1'ark," In fuld
county. The term of ale are one-hall caeh down
and tho other bait tn one year with iz per cect ln
tereat, tncured by note and mortcne on p'cmle
old. And at tha am time and place, tho under
lnod M rich administrator, will vl at public
aale the following described lot In the town of
"Hodge Park," in Raid county, namely: Lot nnm
berevon7) In block number four Hi: Iota nnm-
hen four and all U and (6) Iu block number Ave
(IW; lota number fuur cl ard
llil " In block number air
(i lot niimncr elgnt(S) ml ten (Mil In block
number aeren (7); lot number eight in- lu block
number fourteen (141: lot number .- e. in
block number firtcon flu); lot number oue (1)
and three (3) In blo,-k number aevenleen; lot num
ber fivo (Ji in block rambcr twi'iitvoiie (ill: lot
number alt (0 In block number tweiily two In
purauaur of a decree and order nf ald comity court
made and entered it the .Inly tenn thereof, A.I).,
Ihw, In a certain cane whnfuln the aaiiiH nnrtloa
above named wore plaintiff and defendant. Hald
lot to be (old eu the atn term a above aped
led, excent where the rhI I for mini not ei-
CM'dlng ten dollar; the aamu mnt he paid at the
tliu of tho purchaae. Hald aale are to ho mad
for tin purpose of paying debt of the aald eRtnu,
" I'nn cm 11 : t if
lulyifl, 1KHI. AdmltilRtritior, etc.
Nolle I heroby given to A. O. Fox. unnrf
dent defendant, that a umronn lin been laauod
imt nf ihni-ierU'i ofllre of tho Alexander comity
circuit court, !' or Illlnola, retnrnablo on tha
third Monday nf September, A. l.,ltlto a term
ofaald court thuu to mt holden at Cairn lu laid
county and ltfl. atthnltof I.oula Herbert aud
agalnat JamoalMallary, Johu II. Mallarv, Poier
Haup, Aguatili Motto and A J. Fox, am' thnt Riild
niltli now ponding in laid court .
Dated July 'X, 1881, Ai.xx. II, InvtK, Clork,
Ramitki, P. Whxi.ka, Solicitor for C'oinplninnnt.
Benj. F. Gkafton, Story B. Ladd
Halukht E. Fatnk.
Late Comniliitonur of ratunti,
PAINE, GRAFTON & LADD,
Attornevt-at-Law and Hollclton of Americas and
m FIFTH STREET, WASHINGTON, D. O.
Practice natant law In all Ita branches in tha
Patent Office, and In tha Supreme and Circuit
Coorli of the United Btatei. raaiihlet lent frod
on receipt of itamp tot potag. ,
fumed their usual avocations