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THIS UA1LV BULLETIN; rKliJAY MOIlNING, JULY 29, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Offic: Bolletii Bnlldlnx, Washington Arena
iHTBKED AT TBI KIT OTriCl IX CATSO,
MHOIS, AS K001TD-CUSS MATT1K.
OFflCiAl. PAPIR OP CITT AND OOPHTT
LOCAL WKATHIK RETORT.
CttBo, in.. July tn, im
Tim. Bar. Ther. Bam. Wind. Vel Weather.
I s.m 949. 7" M NE 8
II .'W.I4 79 DO K 10
?i p.m J.07 84 47 NE 10
fii p.m 80 04 U NK H
Mailman Temperature. 84 ; Minimum Tern
p irmturo;C7KlD 0.00 Incbei.
River, l feet 2 inches. Fall, Inches.
W EE RAY
Scrg't Signal Corps, U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in this column, eight cents per line for
Bret slid five centt per line eaetaeubicqaent ineer
lion. For one month, 50 centi per line.
The Great Triple X.
"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 the cornor of Eighth
street and Commercial avenue. The
"tripple X" is superior to any other beer in
the countrj', is a cool and healthy bcavcrage,
which, once known, wilt bo preferred to
every other brand. Call at Sir. Herbert's
and trv the "XXX."
The Howe Scale Co. enlarged their
works twice last year to meet the demand.
Borden, Sclleck & Co., General Agents,
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to soil 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 receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankskee, III. Tel
enhnne No. 82. F. M. Ward.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
ninrvel of the age for all Norve Diseases,
All fits stopped tree. Bend to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Why an object ot loathing and disgust
to yourself and society trom catarrh, when
Sanford'a Radical Cure, externally and in
ternally administered, will cure every symp
tom of the disease. Every package is a
complete treatment. Only$l.
Don't Forget 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, 72
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by Thb Cxmo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salvo in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, fever 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. E. O'Hara
Notice to Contractors.
Proposals will be received by the under
signed until 2 o'clock p. m. Monday August
1st, 1881 for furnishing and delivering on
the county road, leading trom the city
limits of Cairo, at termination of Svcamore
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 in their bids the Drice
per cubic yard, the kind of gravel, whether
wasnea or conglomerate, and also the por
tion of the road they propose to gravel. The
gravel must be of good quality for the nur.
pose and satisfactory to the undersigned or
such person as he may designate tc receive
tne Bame. Contractors will be required to
commence at the southerly end of their
wuunnuu uiui piciou iiiev worK north.
ward. The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids. Thos. W. Haludat.
Chairman of the County Board Alexander
Cairo, III., July 21, 1881.
Ikklamed eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Roman Eye Balsam. E. Ferret
1 a. nn V o a . . '
Agi., ora rem or., a. x. city. (2)
Notice to Ice Consumer.
Owing to the advance of ice all over the
country, we the undersigned, ice deal
ers of Cairo, have found it necessary to ad
vance the price of ice to the tollwing fig
ures : Ice by the block or ton, 50 cents per
100. Ice by the block.packcd, 75 cents per
100. ke by the fifty pound and upward,
ii Znt9Jl Icc in le88 Quantities
lTwL 7m. n At,K"St
G. D. Williamson & Co.
Robert He wet.
Yv Argus please copy.
A second-hand piano, In K(K)d order ftnd
first-claw instrument. tiEn aL
tlr to Mrs. E. A. Hi,. V ,ll0 AP
Hotel for Sale.
The well-known Alto House at An v....
III.; at once a pleasant home and a literal
live business. If applied tor at once mav
ijou at vargun. Auarcss i, . u..
W37 Dickson street, St. Louis, 3lo.
Uss The Cairo BcujtTis scratch hooka.
tor sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. . 10 cents each
or fl.QQ per dozen.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notices In the, columns, ten centi per Hue,
ach Insertion. Marked
-Smoke Schuh's "Gilt Edge."
Bead advertisement of fine fruit farm
for sale, published in anther column this
The owners of sailing vessels have re
fused to carry corn from Chicago to Buf
falo for two cents per bushel.
The drivers of all the stage lines in
New York city are preparing to Btrike for
an incroase of pay.
Blank chattel mortgages for sale by
tho piece or by the quire at TnE Bci.lt.tis
The Archery Club will meet for
practice this (Friday) evening at half-past
six o'clock at the residence of Mr. Burnrtt
on Tenth street.
The city council will meet at the
chamber on next Tuesday evening. Some
important busiuess is likely to bo disposed
Mr. Geo. Lafollett, a miller of Padu-
cah, had his leg broken ou Wednesday by
a lot of sacks filled with wheat falling upon
Largo invoice, full pocket cut, XX en
velopes all colors, sizes 5, G, 6Jaud 10
just received at The Bulletin office.
Get samples and prices.
Twelve dogs were sent to the "bourne
from whence no traveler ever returns" by
Marshal Myers yesterday. Taxes wero re
ceived upon three.
There is no abatement iathc passenger
rate war between the great trunk lines run
ning east. The Pennsylvania road has cut
the fare from Chicago to New York down
Check Ikkjks, order books, receipt
books, etc., done on short notice at The
Bulletin office. Stock and work guar
anteed. Prices "rock bottom."
Mr. Ed McCullough went to St. Louis
last night, in answer to a telegram An
nouncing the dangerous illness of his uncle,
Joseph Ryder, who is Buffering from a
The sending of infernal machines to
Liverpool, England, continues to be a mat
ter of grave thought and much excitement
in that country. Recent discoveries at
Boston confirm the theory that a conspiracy
to destroy life exists.
Robert Imbodcn, the youth of fifteen
who was so severely injured while jumping
from the rear end of a wagon on the ferry
boat "Three Stutes" a few days ago, is said
to dangerously sick.
The case of McManus vs. Moeeby was
decided in favor of the defendant by Justice
Robinson. Moaeby was charged with hav
ing felled a tree purposely in a manner to
ill a horse belonging to Mr. McManus.
In giving the names of the incorpora
tors of the "Three States Horse and Fair
Association" in yesterday's Bulletin, that
of Mr.T. W. Halliday was only partially
spelled out, appearing as T. W. Hall.
Governor Crittenden, of Missouri, and
the managers of the railroad whose train
was recently robbed at Winston, were in
session at St. Louis and decided to offer
fifty thousand dollars for tha apprehension
of the daring robbers.
Mr. Ed Ryan, in whose interest the
railroad men gave a ball at the Delta City
engine house some time ago, is said to be
very dangerously sick at the hospital in
fact, not expected to live over a few days
longer. Mr. Len Malvin is likewise sink
The Rev, Henry Highland Garnctt,
colored, gentlenan who has for many
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j eon ii mi cnarge oi a colored congrega
tion of Presbyterians in New York city.
has been appointed United States minis
ter to Siberia and will leave for his post
or duty in September.
Mr. H. B. Lcgg, of Heeds, England,
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aiea oi ueart diseased at his home on tho
20th of June. Mr. Legg was the agent of
the English stockholders of the Cairo City
was company, and was a man of wealth
and prominence. He was 60 years of age
at the timi of lus demise.
A corps of engineers arrived in the city
yesterday mowing, and are at work layinir
off the ground preparatory to raising the
grade of the Cairo & St. Louis railroad and
placing the track above high water mark.
New tracks and other improvements will
also be made around the depot, below The
"Mr. John W. Lehrer, Jr., ot Cairo.
111., snd Miss Christina M. Kattorjohn, the
accomplished daughter of Mr. F. W. Kat
tcrjohn, will bo married ou Tuesday morn
ing, August 23d. The invitations are now
being printed at this office. Though the
wedding is sometimo off yet, the Enter
prise extends its congratulations." Padu-
Yostcrday tho light house steamer
Joseph Henry camo into port below. Sho
made three changes in the positions of
ignal lights between this city and Mem-
puis, astollows: Pixie Field Iio-ht was
ttwedtothe foot of the field, Reilley's
hght was movad up one hundreofthd fifty
yard. and field's light was removed to
near the toot of the flold.
at Boston find that tho three great cause,
of pauperism and crime are btemn
thrirtleMncss and in,Urrimiuat, alms-giy.
ing. These are the causes. The cure can
consist only of moral influence, improve
ment in the intellectual and physical con
dition, and more reflectiveness and sense of
responsibility on the part of those who give
but never investigate.
-Mr. Wood Rittenhouse is still sojourn
ing at Dixon Springs, where the health
giving waters are steadily improving his
health. Dixon Springs is, without doubt,
the finest of places to rusticate, but, during
the crowded season, it la not a good place
to go with children. During the last of
season when the great crowd has scattered
children would thrive and grow fat on its
waters, and that only is the time to take
A person living up town reproved Mar
shal Myers yesterduy for allowing it to be
published that she had failed to pay her
dog s tax. The marshal very pertinently
replied that it she had paid the tax when
notified to do so she would not have been
sued, and if she had not been sued, her
name would not have appeared in print
The case may serve as a forcible reminder
Mr.llemllemau,of Jonesboro, was in
the city yesterday, seeking to making ar
rangements with our authority to furnish
the city with tiag stone for sidewalks at a
reasonable price. He says that he has an
inexhaustible supply of good flagging that
ho could furnish at a'much less price thau
has been paid for some of the stone used in
the lower part of the city. Flag stone
pavements would bo better and cheaper than
any other that could be used, therefore, it
is desirable that Mr. Rendlcman'e offer
should have due consideration.
The maximum temperature for six
teen honrs preceding three o'clock p. ui.,
yesterday, (WaBhingtontinie) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 84; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 81 ; Davenport, Iowa, 81 ; Dubuque,
Iowa, 81; Keokuk, Iowa, 83; LaCrosse,
Wis., 79; Leavenworth, Kits., 83; Louis
ville, Ky., 83; Memphis, Tenn., 87; Nash
ville, Tenn., 87; Omaha, Neb., 82; Pitts
burg, Pa., 73; Shrevcport, La., 03; St.
Louis, Mo., 85; St. Paul, Minn., 80; Vicks-
burg. Miss., DO; North Platte, Neb., 70;
Yankton, Dak.. 78; Dodge City, Kan., 75;
Bismarck, Dak., 83.
The Chinese government has ratified
the two treaties negotiated by Messrs. Ang-
ell, Swift and Trescott last year. One reg
ulates the character and quality of Chinese
immigration, excluding tho lowest labor
ing Mongolians, and the other is a com
mercial treaty which prohibits the importa
tion of opium into either country absolutely,
and binds both powers to avoid making
discriminations against each other in re
spect to duties on imports or exports, and
requires disputes between Chinamen and
Americans to be decided by the proper of
ficial of the nationality by the defendant.
The time made at the walking
match held at Scheel's hall Wed
nesday night was as follows:
Mr. Thomas Owens walked five miles
against five men, each of whom walked
one mile. He made the live miles in fortv-
seven and a quarter minutes. His fastest
mile being made in nine minutes. Mr.
Fitchlaw made twenty-nine laps in six and
a half minutes. Peter Roncn made twenty-
three laps iu seven minutes. Mr. G. O.
Farris made his first mile in fourteen and a
quarter minutes, and his second mile in
nine and three-fourth minutes. Mr. Far
ris won the second prize, which was a sil
ver cup. Mr. Andrew Williams made one
mile in eleven minutes. The running race
was won by Will Hogan.
Exchange: Once upon a limo a mau
got mad at the editor aud stopped his pa
per. The next week he sold his corn at
four centa below the market price. Then
his property was sold for fixes, because he
didn't read tho sheriff's sales. He was ar
rested sin fined 8 for going hunting on
Sunday, aud he paid fllOO for a lot of
forged uotes that had been advertised two
weeks and the public cautioned not to ne
gotiate them. He then paid a big Irish
man, with a foot like a forgo hammer, to
kick him all tho way to tho newspaper
office, where he paid four years' mibscrip
tiou in advance and made the editor sign
an agreement to knock him down and rob
him if ho ever ordered his paper stopped
again. Such is life without a newspaper.
Tho product of wheat throughout the
uoTthwest is very generally reported to be
inferior in quantity and quality, and yet,
for soino unexplained iea.tou, the specula
tors fall to create a panic and run the price
up, ns they would bo glad to do. Perhaps
the reason is, that the crop on tho Pacific
coast is large, and in all the European
countries it is siiprr cxcellent, and there is
not only to bu the usual foreigu demand.
Besides the very promising outlook for
every other crop in tho country may have
the effect to keep wheat from advancing as
the speculators would design. Wheat may
experience a rise from present prices, but
it is not likely to bo so sudden r so great
as to make many Inmost speculators very
To-duy is tho day set for changing the
gauge of the Chicago, St. Louis & Now
Orleans road from tho five fo'et, or southern
gauge, to the stundurd gauge of four feet
eight and ono-half Indies. Tho whole task
will bo completed in eighteen houri, and
tho business of tlujline will not bo seriously
interrupted. Considering tho lougth of the
line, 011 miles, the task is no small one.
I..T. O'Brien, assistant general managor of
tho lino has issued a circular of instruc
tion giving iitho most minuto detail, or
ders tor everything, from the shoving over
of the rail ond the time nt which each rail
is to be moved to the providing of meals
for the men who aro ut work. No man will
be permitted to loavo the track for meals
or anything else thut can pnssihly be
The matter ot filling the vacancy in
the United States supreme bench caused by
the death of Judge Clitord is talked of at
Washington. Ex-Attorney -General Devens
and Chief-Justice Gray, of Massachusetts,
are candidates for tho appointment, and it
is said every New England state will have
one or more candidate, as it is assumed by
thatsection that the appointee will be from
New England. The talk of giving the
place to Ex-Senator Conkling is regarded
as absurd, and Conkling's friends do not
hesitate to say that ho would not have it.
There are some prominent republicans who
hold that adptnocrat should be appointed,
and by boiuo it is thought probable that if
President Garfield survives be will appoint
A few days ago Marshal Myers noticed
that a dog, belonging to a womau named
Mrs. Snow, living in Wilcox's block, had a
very bright tag fastened to his neck. This
struck him as suspicion as he did not ro
member selling the woman any tag for the
animal. lie asked her where she obtained
the tag and sha replied at police head
quarters; but the marshal was
not satisfied aud, by way of testing
the womau's aasertion told her
to call at the headquarters and get a gen
uine tag, or he would have her "pulled."
It appears that the afficer was right in his
surmise, for Mrs. Snow called next day and,
6aying that someono had stolen the tag
from her dog, asked to be given another one
for which she paid two dollars.
Paducah Enterprise : "The sad acci
dent which resulted in the death of young
Luther Potter in this county, Tuesday even
ing, is but another frightul warning to
those who persist in carelessly handling
firearms. Thousands of people have been
killed in the same way that he met his
death, yet it is safe to say that despito tho
warning tho practice will yet be indulged
in. Blowing into a gun is a poor way to
find out if it is loaded. The best way is to
use a ramrod. In the same way are people
killed or horribly burned almost every day
with coal oil, despite the tact that the pa
pers are full of accounts ot deaths and ac
cidents from the careless use of the explo
sives. Despite the many warnings people
do not seem inclined to heed them."
It is now certain that the challenge trot
between "Octoroon" and "Flaxey" will
come off over our track next week. Mr. Juny
tie owner of tho former telegraphed to Will
Smyth yesterday morning; that he was
ready and would ship on the Fowler to day
it the Jackson horse would be here Satur
day. A telegram was sent to Jackson and
the answer came that they could not get
here before Slonday or Tuesday on account
of the change of guage on the Jackson
road taking place to-day. Bodkins' horso
"Romeo" and Symth's horse "Harry Hill"
will be on hand. Lippett's mare, will we
are informed, be ready to trot against any
horse owned in Cairo tor any amount from
a nickel to a thousand dollars. With a
little effort the citizens of Cairo might be
treated to a good afternoon's sport. We
hope that some of our sporting men will
see that the track is in good condition for
the race. Mayor Thistlcwood has ex
prcssod a desire to do all he can towards
making the occasion satisfactory to all the
A letter received here on Wednesday
by Mr. Eugene Ellis from his parents at
8t. Louis makes some corrections in the
story published in the St. Louis Republi
can as to the manner in which their son,
Burt, came by his injuries, and speaks
hopefuly of the youug boy's speedy recov
cry. The Republican stated that Burt was
in the act of climbing over a train and fell
between the cars, when the truth is that
tho cars were standing a chort distance
apart aud be was iu the act of crossing the
track between them when they were sud
denly shoved together, tho bumpers catch
ing his right arm above the elbow and
crushing it. No internal injuries woro sus
tained. The attending physician spoke
very highly of the boy's bravery. When he
wns told that his arm must be amputatod,
Burt replied: "Alright, cut it off right
here," drawing his finger across his arm
above the wound. When it was suggested
that ho would be crippled for life he spoko
very lightly and said ha would "learn to
write with his left hand and bo a book
keeper." It is to be Jiopcd that he will ad
here to this determination.
Farmers in counties where there are no
railroads, Pope county for instance, will
find tho following argument made by Mr.
Ilcny V. Poor in his Railway Manual for
1881, an interesting study. Ho says: Over
ordinary earth roads "wheat will bear
transportation for a distance of only 250
miles, when its value is $1 .50 per bushel at
the market, Indian corn will bear trans
portation only 125 miles when its value is
seventy-five conts per bushel. When
grown at greater distancos from market,
these products, without railroads, have no
commercial or exportable value. The
railroads, by transporting at one-twetioth
the cost over earth roads, give a marketable
valuo to wheat growu 5,000 miles inland ;
to Indian corn grown 2,500 miles inland.
Beyond a cortain limit, consequently, these
works are tho sole inducement to the
production of these staples, in an amount
greater than that accessary for consumption
by the) producer. Railroads arejas much
the condition of their production as the
ship is for the production of wool in
Australia. The effect of cheap production
is well illustrated in the extraordinary
increase In the production of wheat and
corn in the Western States, and the cor
responding impulse given to the construc
tion of railroads, the increased mileage of
which has only kept pace with that of
other iuduslries. "
Some of the half-breed journals, in
Southern Illinois and elswhcre, are now
anxious that all bitterness cf feeling be
tween them and the stalwarts shall cease;
they wish to forget that there has been a
rupture in the Republican party aud desire,
therefore, to blot out every thing that may
recall"the little unpleasantness," at Albany.
As a first step, while their literary guns are
still hot from the porsistent heavy editorial
tire which they poured upon their now de
feated opponents, desire to spike their guns,
lall upou tho necks of those they so sorely
wounded, and weep tears of contrition and
mumble words of reconciliation. They de
sire also to consign to oblivion, the very
suggestive but now, to theui, very distaste
ful nomenclature to which the little party
squabble gave brh. They wish to
hear nothing more of such
epithets as "Half-breeds," "Feather-heads,''
"Half-breeds," "Bucks" but pronounce
them to be just so much meaningless trash.
But they forget that they are the victors;
that Conkling ami his fellow "Statyarts"
or "Bucks" were defeated. They forget
that Conkling and his followers, though
apparently weak in numbers now, aro as
much "Stalwarts" or "Bucks" to-day as
they were a fortnight ago, that a forced
surrender cannot be a convertiou in the
case of such men as Conkling, but rankles
iu their bosoms until victory perches again
upon their banner, or their victorious enemy
ceases to be. The half-breed journals may
cry, "Peace!" "Peace!" but there will be no
peace and don't you forget it.
American manual laborers those who
are not lazy, aro certainly in clover. There
is work for all at excellent prices. There
is no excuse for a healthy tramp or vagrant
anywhere in this country. There are not
tarm laborers euough to meet the necessi
ties of Vie season and farmers are offering
two dollars per day for the commonest
workmen. The coal'and iron mines of the
East and the gold and silver mines of the
West are clamorous for nkilled help; and
railroad companies are eagerly seeking the
labor of thousands ot foreigners as soon as
they Bet footing on our shores. The truth
is, America is by far the most prosperous
nation on the face of the globe to-day ,and
the la Wing and middle classes are sharing
tho advantages of that prosperity in com
mon with the richest capitalists. A crowd
of about twent strangers, all strong, healthy
men, each with his little worldly goods un
der his arm, passed through the city yester
day en route for the west to find employ
ment on the farms, etc. A mere glance
would tell the experienced observer that
they were not tramps and such'men will
never need to beg their bread. It is
safe ' to say that no healthy
man needs to be idle and therefore
no healthy begger should be tolerated spd
continually fed by the sympathetic knights
ot the kitchen. If this doctrine were car
ried out, Cairo would be almost entirely
free from the pestiferous gang of good-for-nothing
humanity that usually congregates
here at certain season of the year.
REAL ESTATE CHANGES.
THUK6DNT, JULY 28TH.
City of Cairo to Cairo & Vinceuncs rail
road company; deed, dated July 13th, 1881,
for lots nine, ten, eleven, thirteen and four
teen, in railroad addition to the hotel addi
tion to tho city of Cairo; and lots one and
two, iu block sixtceu, in railroad addition
to the city of Cairo.
I). 1). C. Hrrgis to L. I). Hargis; war
ranty deed, dated February Mtb, 1881, tor
west half of uortheast quarter of section
nine, township fitteeu, range two.
I LLINOIS STATE O A Z ETTER.
The publishers ot his comprehensive and
invaluable book have started their canvass
for the David edition to be issued in Janu
ary next, one of their representatives being
nowinCaiio for that purpose. We can
conalstantly recommend this work both as a
really good advertising medium and a re
liable and useful companion for all mer
chants and others doing business in the
state. In addition to' containing the names
and addresses of all business men in Illinois,
it affords o mass of general information
and statistics relating to every town which
cannot fail to prove interesting and bene
ficial. Tho firm of K. L. Polk is well
known and entitled to tho confidence of its
The family of C. W. Hodge is visiting
relatives at Carmi.
Mrs.E. J. Ayers came down on the after
noon Illinois Central train yesterday.
Mr. P. J. Thistlcwood resurnod on Wed
nesday from his visit to Delaware.
Mr. Lew Montauguu and Mr. F. W. Dor
mon, of Charleston, Mo., wero in Cairo yes
Messrs. L. Roudloman, of Cobdon, and
W. H. Brewster, of Carbondale, wero guests
st the Planters house yesterday.
Mrs. N. Rice and family went to Alto
Pass last Tuesday where they will remain
through the month of August,provided the
place suits them.
Mr. Pine, of the Singor Sewing Machine
Company arrived in the city yesterday and
will remain for the purpose of perfecting
the plans of the buildings to be erected on
thecompany's ground up town.
My patent adjustable HARROW is be
lieved to be the best, su well as the cheap
est barrow 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 dsy for ten dollars, all complete.
They can bo 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 he wants, I will
tell tho plan with instructions aud 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 tho advantage gained by
saving freight. It is very simple and easy
to make. Send for circular and price
tlis, 8. Hutchinson, nriggsvillc, Pike Co.,
A COOKING 8TYE for file, with two iron pote
two hike pun end two (rnddlen: be told
for tn dollnrs. Apply l Lulletiri office
17011 BALK A coodrrnll ferm mil wet
or Condi-n elation, I. C. H, R. and o rode
from the Cairo and Hi. Lnqln railroad. About 30
arree In all klnda of fruit and l'i aero timber.
Will be ertld on long time and low Ink-rent. Apply
for forttior rctimlare to John l.iiuhrl. Cairo.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIS AD II AY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Prico Paid for Wheat.
Summer !R e s o i fc
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It lieituatedirv-; county. Illinois. In a epur
of the Ozark Moantalue, half war bmwem Vienna
and OoU'ondt. Ite
SiUTouiadiugs are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
ICE IN ABUNDANCE. The Uhle la up rood
with all the dclicaciea of the etafun. The
wetert are mineral, eppettclng and health Riving,
and their beneficial rllccU art- foil Immediately.
J.H. BKOWN, Proprietor.
I'uhlle notice la hereby Riven that In pursuance
of an order and decree made aud entered In and by
tho conuty court of Alexander county, etate of 1 1 1 1
nolo, at the June term thereof. A. I)., 1HS1. In a cer
tain cauao wherein Jacob Rlfrde a admimetrator
ot the ratal of William M. AtbHrtou, d'iceafi'd,
wet plaintiff, and Juda Athcrton. I'ritnrU I). Ather.
ton, Thnmae J . Crali', Maria J . KiRiile. Prannie M.
Atbertou, ltibucra J. Alhrtou, Hczt'kiah M. Atu
erton, l.nlri .) Athirlnn, William J. Alhorton,
Thornae D. Atherton, Ellxabntn Wicker. Elijah M.
I'eelor, Ellen Young, Smith Ynuue. Francli
Young, Jami!M. ("rain, Kmma C'rala, Alice Crals.
Mary l:rl, Blr.tda finch, John Oodwtn
Joeeph Omlwtti and TIioiiih J. Cialg. guardian of
Lulu J. and William J . Atherton, wi re iMHiidatnn,
I. thennderli:ned, laetich adniiuletratoraforerald,
will proceed toaell the atiuth enat quarter of the
aouth wet quarter of eertlon number twenty-els
('.'1 and the weet half of the north cant quarter and
the eaat half of the north won quarter of eectlnn
number ihlrty-flva(;)M, nil In townnhij) number
Bfteen (15) aoitth ranirfl number two oft, weat of thu
the third principal meridian. In Alexander
connt. atataof Ililnole.on Thursday, September
Bret im. t eleven o'clock In the forenimn, at tho
ratlroaditatlonboureln 'Hodgei Park," In eaid
county. Tho terms of "le ro one-half caeh down
nd the othor halt In one year with tlx per cent In
terest, aoenred by note and mortgBire on premises
sold, And at the ma Hmo and place, tho under.
iBiiedaa such administrator, will sell at public
ealo the following described lota In tha town of
"Hodires Park.'Mn aald conuty. naniuly : Lot nam
bur seven (7 In block number four (1); lots num
bers four and six (4) and () In block utimbrr flvo
(Mi lots number four (4) atd
elitht (S) ,0 block number six
(t lots numbers elaht(H) and ten (to), In block
uuuiker seven (7); lot number eight (S) In block
number fourtuon (14) ; lot. nnmtper suven (7) In
block number fifteen OM lots numbers otin (1)
and three (S) in block number seventeen ; lot num
ber fls(M In block number twenty-one y. lot
number six () In block number twenty two (!), In
pursuance of i decree and order orsnld county court
made and .intemdst the July term thsreor, A, D.,
1890, Ins curlala case wherein the samo partlea
above named were pi alntlft" and defendants. Balia,
lots to be sold eu the same f orms as above speci
fied, except where the sale la fi r a sum not ex
ceeding ton dollar; the snme must be paid at tho
time of the purchase. Said saint are to be tnado
for the purpose of paylnf debts of the said estate.
July M, 1681. Administrator, otc.
VENNOR'S PREDICT JGNS !
Forth Month's Wasllier, prepared expressly for
Sample copy mailed for So. stamp .
J. M. Sloddtrt, Pub. New Tork, Phtls,, or Culrsgu