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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN i SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1881,
THE DAILY BULLETIK
(Voire : Bulletin BniMinft WuMBfto ArraM
NTERED AT THE WOT OWOI 1H CAtRO, XI
LTNOI8, At OOTO-CIAM MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITT AND COUNTY
LOCAL WBATBIB REPORT,
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Ciino, III.. July 89,
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Ttme. Br. Ther. Han. Wind. Vel Weather.
( p.m sn.us
Hirer, 10 feet i inches.
Rain 0. Inches.
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U. B. A.
Serg't Signal Corps,
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in tali column, eight cents per line for
Iretend Ave cente per line each aubsequent tnser
tion. For one month, 60 cent! per line.
The Great TrlpleX.
"XXX Beer," the finest malt produc
tion ever brought to this city, has just been
received in lartre Quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert, near the cornor of Eighth
stivfit and Commercial avenue. The
"rripple X", is superior to any other beer in
the country it a cool and healthy beaverage,
which, once known, will be preferred to
every other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert s
and try the "XXX." ,
The Howe Scale Uo. enlarged their
works twice last year to meet the demand.
Borden, Selleck & Co., General Agents,
Chicago, IlL - (5)
Ice, Wholesale and Ketail.
I am now prepared to Bell ice by tho 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.,Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 92. . F. M. Ward.
Dr. Kline's Great Ncrvo Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Discuses,
All fits stopped freo. Send to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Don't Forjet The. Place
Where you can got a hot meal at all times,
at any hour of the night as well ag in the
day time, at Avinger'a 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 The Cairo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
iTa To Caiho Bulletin scratch books,
tor sale at the office, '1300 NT8 book
leaves to the dozen books, iu cents tnen
or $1.00 per dozea.
Notice To Contractor!.
Sealed proposals will be received until
six o'clock p. m. Monday. August , lit for
the delivery on the ground of the Cairo
C-Dera House Co. of 400 to 500 yards of
pood sharn sand, T. w . Shields,
An entire set ot parlor, bedroom and
kitchen furniture, new, having been UHed
only six months, will bo sold at auction
Monday, AuguBt 1st, at two p. m., on Sev
enth street, between Walnut and Cedar
Greets. Sol A. Silver,
Notice, Liquor Dealers.
You are hereby notified that I will pro
secute all who sell my wife, Sarah Ander
son, any intoxicating liquors.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notices tn the eommne. ten cent per line,
etch insertion. Marked
Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, raisers, salt rheum, lever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salvo is
guaranteed to giv 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 tho under
signed until 2 o'clock p. m. Monday August
1st, 1881 for furnishing and delivering on
the county road, leading from the city
limits of Cairo, at termination of Sycamore
street, to the now iron bridge over Cache
river, sufficient gravel to cover said road 10
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 price
per cubic yard, the kind of gravel, wiiether
washed or conglomerate, and also the por
tion of the road they propose to gravel. The
gravel must bo of good quality for tho pur
pose and satisfactory to the undersigned or
such person as he may designato 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. Tuos. W. IIallidat,
Chairman of tho County Board Alexander
Cairo, III., July 21, 1881.
Inflamed eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Roman Eyo Balsam. E. Ferret,
Agt., 873 i'carl St., H.Y.Uty. (3)
Notice to Ice Consumers.
Owing to tho advance of ice all over the
era of Cairo, have found it necessary to ad
vance the price of ice to the lollwinu flir-
ures : Ice by the block or ton, 50 cents per
100. Ico by the block,pockcd, 75 cents per
100. Jce by the arty pound and upward,
75 cents per 100. Ice in less quantities
$1.00. Said prices to take effect on August
ist, 1 05 1. r. 01. WARD.
Jacob IClrb. "
G. D. Williamson & Co.
O. W. Spencr.
IftTArgUB please copy.
A second-hand piano, in good order and
a first-class instrument. Price $150. Ap
ply to Mrs. E. A. Burnett, No. 33 Tenth
Cairo, IUM One Thousand Three Ilunrlnrl
and Thirteen Dollar, sod Thin, CenU in
full for claim on tn. ;Uf? 0f KaVsS.S
ider, except such collection M msy n "
ter be mado on account of wid Mwasmcnt
Deceased had paid $02.55.
The Annual Meeting
Of the Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid
Society will be held on Tuesday, the 2d
day of August next, at 2 o'clock p.m. in
the Reform Club room. All members are
earnestly" requested tobepresont. Othen
are respectfully invited to attend. Respect
fully and fraternally,
Thomas Lewis, Sec.
Smoke Schuh's "Gilt Edge."
Sol Silver advertises an auction sale in
Bpecial local column.
Seven dogs wore received at police
The Rough and Ready fire company
met at its hall on Washington avenue last
The Cairo Opera House Co., want sev
eral hundred yards of sand and President
Shields advertises r another column for
bids for the same.
Blank chattel mortgages for Bale
single or by the quire ot The Bulletin
The transfer steamer H. 8. McCouib is
now nearly finished and will probably take
her accustomed place in a few days.
Mr. Nicholas Fitzthum and Miss Jen
nie B. Schwartz were umtod in marriage
by Magistrate Comings at his office yester
Mr. Henry Breihan has an elegant
new wagon' instead of the one that was
demolished on the Cairo and Vinccnes
railroad a few days ago.
We have at The Bulletin office a job
of roofing and building that we would like
to have estimates on to-day. The work
must be done immediately.
Large invoice, full pocket cut, XX en
velopes all colors, sizes 5, 6, OJaud 10
just received at The Bulletin office
Get samples and prices.
A gentleman from Villa Ridge has
rentcdjthe brick building at the corner ot
Twentieth and Poplar streets and is making
preparations to open a grocery store therein
Check books, order . books, receipt
books, etc., done on short notice at The
Bulletin office. Stock and work guar
anteed. Prices "rock bottom."
A new railroad is to be bnilt between
Louisville and Chattanooga at a cost of
four houndred thousand dollars. The city
ot Louisville is, asked to subscribe five
thousand dollars per mile for eighty miles
of the road .
Its charming weather now there's no
doubt of that but a haunting dread of the
malicious Canadian astrologer hangs over
us all and fills us with .constant apprehen
sion, Vennor we going to have it hot
A train of Standard guage freight cars
arrived over the newly changed Chicago,
St. Louis & New Orleans railroad from
Jackson, Tenn., yesterday afternoon, about
Are infernal machines to bo shipped
from this county to Englvnd as a regular
business) We should raise a big howl it
England allowed the shipment of such dia
bolical contrivances in this direction.
Governer Cullom must look after the
treasurer of the Southern Insano asylum.
He is a greaser, greasing his pocket with
discount on the greasers' dollar. Where is
Fred Winest Has the great safety-valve
to the state charity boiler been "gumcd
mumt" Sit still, my beating heart; sit
Officer Warren Winis has purchssed i
team of mules ami will put it to work haul
ing dirt for some of tho contractors who
are having some of the streets filled. Tho
work of filling railroad strip continues to
progress rapidly. Teams are now at work
on the stretch between Fourtlw and Sixth
Robert Imbodoc, the lad who was in
jured in lumping from a wagon on tho
ferryboat some dsys ago, died yesterday
morning at 6 :10 o'clock. His injuries were
such that lockjaw resulted from them.
His remains were to have boon taken to
New Madrid, Mo., for iuteruiont last night.
He was a step-son of Mr. W. C. Ncwsuui.
A number of new telephone polos have
been put up in the lower portion of the
city and are a decidod improvement upon
the old ones. If all will bo liko tlioso so
far put up, ond tho other work of recon
struction be equal in character to that no
tar performed, then, it is safe to predict,
there will bo no longer any causo for com
Plaint on the part of subscribers becauso of
deM in the system.
wHtH!T, 00011 yMturdy the R'"u of fire
Jhe Ze ?1111' UlbDroUu "tfnthoti.
trunk in a smill room In the rear of the
mall bouse on Tttteenth street, back of
I Walnut street, occupied by Alexander
Buckner. One of the children had been
playing with matohes over the open trunk,
which was full of clothing, dry goods, etc.
The fire wai discovered before it had made
much headway and extinguished before the
engines got there.
-The maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. m.,
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 85; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 81 ; Davenport, Iowa, 83 ; Dubuque,
Iowa, 84: Keokuk, Iowa, 83; LaCrosse,
Wis., 83; Leavenworth, Kas., 81; Louis
ville, Ky., 80; Memphis, Tenn., 88; Nash
ville, Tenn., ,87; Omaha, Neb., 84;' Pitts
burg, Pa., 80; Shreveport, La., 95; St.
Louis, Mo., 80; St. Paul, Minn., 84; Vicks-
burg, Miss., 92; North Platte, Neb., 82 ;
Yankton, Dak.. 85; Dodgo City, Kan., 80;
BiRmarrk, Dak., 81.
"Octaroon" and his owner, Mr. Mat
Juny, came down from Paducah on the Gus
Fowler yesterday afternoon." The horse is
stopping at tho stable of Mr. Pat. Fitzger
aid and is in splendid condition. Mr. Bod'
kin, ot Ballard county will be here with
his horeo to-day and the Jackson horses,
"Flaxey" and "Black Cloud" have been
telegraphed for and will be hero either to
day, to-morrow or Monday. The home
horses, Messrs. Lippctt and O Hara's mare
and Mr. Robert Smyth's horse, aro also
ready for the contest. On the whole, the
races promise to bo soma of tbo most ex
citing and therefore the most interesting
ever run in the city.
been discharging freely and looks well at
present. Pulse is 98, temperature 100,
respirattion 20. ,
.1 I I I III- II. I I .1 . IH
REAL ESTATE CHANGES.
Mr. Lon Daniels returned from Chicago
Mrs. John F. Ray and daughter loft yes
terday, morning for Evansville, whero they
will remain several weeks visiting friends.
Miss Emma James . expects to visit
Beaver Dam, Wis., next week.
Mrs. II. Slack, of Chicago, is visiting the
family of M. G. J. Alcock in this city.
Mrs. W. P. Halliday and children left
vesterdav afternoon for Sheboygan, where
they will spend a few weeks.
Mr. Frank S. McKnight cauie down from
Paducah a day or two ago. He is rapidly
recovering from his severe attack of in
flammatory rheumatism, though he is still
compel led to use crutches in moving about.
He will have his photograph gallery on
Sixth street in full blast again in a few
Mr. David Wisher, conductor on tho Illi
nois Central accommodation train, who has
been spending some time at Eureka
Springs, has returned and resumed his old
position. Mr. Aldnn Laurence, who was
running Mr. Wisher's train during his stay
at the Borings, has beeu transferred to the
Peter Norman, colored, was arrested by
Chief of Police Myers yesterday tor being
tho possessor of a dog upon which the tax
had not been paid. He was fined five
dollars and costs and, in deiault
of payment, was sent to the city jail for
nine clays. This is, perhaps, the first case
on record in which a violator ot the dog
ordinance has been imprisoned, and may
be considered a very forcible affirmation on
the part of Marshal Myers that tho law con
cerning dog tax shall and must be satis
fied, either by tho payment of the tax or the
surrender of the dog.
Thomas Montgomery was brought
into tho court of Magistrate Comings upon
a warrant sworn out by Street Tax Collec
tor Trabcr Alter, charging him with hav
ing failed to pay bis street tax. Tho pris
oner was found guilty and fined five dollars
and costs, failing to pay which, he was sent
to jail for uiue days. Thus Thomas, refus
ing to pay a dollar and a half or to work a
day and a half, will have ample opportun
ity to study tho beauties of jail life, and
while doing so, determino whether or not,
when his timu is out, he will pay tho tax or
run tho risk of another nine days confinement.
THE PRESIDENT. '
There wcro no new developments
in the caso yesterday. It was
unanimously agreed by the doctors
yesterday moruing that the best thing
they could do wns to move tho patient from
tho quarters hu has occupied siuco the
shooting, iu order that tho' room might be
thoroughly cleansed and purified. No
sooner was this agreed upon than it was
carried iuto execution. Tho room selected
for his temporary rufugo was directly across
tho corridor from the ouo heretofore occu
pied. It is believed by the doctors that
tho carpet of tliu sick chamber has become
impregnated by disease or disagrucablo
odor. : It has therefore been removed and
tho floor scrubPmd and the furniture clean
ed and aired.
Tho rcmoysl was accomplished without
any fatigue or inconvenience to tho presi
dent. The bod was simply pushed on its
castors gently through tho door aud across
the corridor into tho adjoining chamber.
The following dispatch arrived here at
nino o'clock last night i
Executive Mansion, July 29, 8:00 p. m.
Tho president has boon comfortable and
cheerful during Hie day aDd has had quite
a nap sioco the noon bulletin wal issued.
Afternoon febrile came on later and was not
so marked as yesterday. Tho wound has
Friday, jcly 29th.
John Hodges' to George and E. Hodges;
Bpecial warranty deed, dated July J9th,
1881, for southwest quarter of southwest
quarter, in section twenty-seven, township
fifteen, range two.
County clerk of Alexander county to
Julia R. Farren; tax deed, dated July 29th,
1881, for lots thirty-five to thirty-nine, in
block two, in tho fourth addition to tho
city of Cairo.
Elizbabeth E. BarueB to M. F. Gilbert,
trustee; special warranty deed, dated Juno
23rd, 1881, for lot three, in block fourteen,
in the city of Cairo.
M. F. Gilbert and wife to Cairo Opera-
house company; quit claim deed, dated
July 20th, 1881, for lot three, in block four
teen, in the city of Cairo; and lot three, in
block fourteen, in railroad addition to tho
city of Cairo.
Irene and John A. Reeve to Spirus II
Yates; special warranty deed, dated July
29th, 1881, for west half of northwest quar
ter of section thirty-three, township six
teen, range two.
City of Cuiro to Elizabeth E. Barnes;
deed, dated June 10th, 1881, for lot three,
in block fourteen, in railroad addition to
the city of Cairo.
UST OP letters remaining uncalled
FOn IN THE P08TOFFICK AT CAIRO, ILL.,
. SATURDAY, .1ULY 30, 1881.
Baker, L. M.
Choate, Kate 2
Anderson, Dennis, Antworn, P.
Madden, Emma C.
Bales, L. M.
Carr, B. R.
Crowley, J. C.
Herbert, J. H.
Ingersoll, Robt. J.
Smith, William II.
Terry, E. 8.
Trimble, C. L. F.
Whitehead, A. J.
Wat wood, J. A.
Bntton, C. A.
Crossland, Jeff D. (2)
Crouson, John N. (2)
Echols, D. A.
Hovious, John W.
Hughes, Nagle 8.
Inscore, Mathcw J.
Nelson, James R.
Payne, Frank J.
Thomas, James (2)
Thompson, S. B.
for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKeaio, Post Master.
THE NEW AMENDMENT.
The question whether or not county
judges, clerks and treasurers are to be elec
ted next fall continues to call forth anima
ted discussions from the newspapers, law
journals, the attorney general and others,
and much as has already been said upon
the subject, there is now nearly as much
difference of opinion as there ever was and
each party defends its position with as
much apparent conciousucss ot right as it
The Bulletin did not join iu tho gen
eral discussion of this important subject
until recently, chiefly because there was so
much difference of opinion with regard to
the question at issuc.and tho authors of tho
law were themselves backward about giv
ing support to it. But recently the governor
who signed the new election law and some
of the highest judicial lights in the state, at
the suggestion of some of whom it was
passed, have, alter further deliberation,
reaffirmed the 'constitutionality of
the law aud have shown to tho satis
faction of any reasonable mind that
their positions aro well chonen. While the
opinion that no election can be held in
next November has received witliin the
last few weeks, and continues to receive,
converts in all parts of the state and from
the intelligent men in every occupation,
ycfjthcre aro those who, being well versed
in law, write and speak ably in support of
contrary positions. The argument in sup
port of holdin'g county elections, which
appears to have now the strongest hold, is
that of Attorney-General McCartney to tho
effect that the now amendment does not
take effect until 1882, and this argument is
ably supported by the Springfield Register
of Thursday in tho following editorial:
"Since writing an article yesterday on
"the election ot county officers," our atten
tion has been called to the opinion of Hon.
K. S. Leland, late circuit judge, published
lrj the Ottawa Freo Trader. The judge is a
democrat, but that fact should uotiufluence
an opinion on tho question. The supreme
court of Illinois might hold the samo as
Judge Leland holds, and of courtie the de
cision of that court would be conclusive
whether right or wrong. Until the supreme
court of Illinois decides otherwise, we will
adhere to our opinion. It is true, as a
matter ot law, that when the votes were
canvassed the amendment to the constitu
tion was adopted. But & law or constitu
tion may be operative either in the preient
or in the future. The laws passed by the
legislature, unless they contain an emer
gency clause.do not take Sector go into op
a? .! jv. A -. - a m -r . i ..
eratioD uuih ine nrst aoy oi juiy next aner
their passage. The legislature might have
passed a law providing that on and after
July 1st, 1890, all persona convicted of
rape, robbery or arson, should suffer death.
Yet it could not be claimed that such a
law would operate as a repeal ot the laws
now In force for the punishment of these
several crimes. The same may be said
with reference to the amendment to the
constitution. It might have provided for
the election of the officers named in 1892,
instead of 1882, and in such an event it
would hardly be claimed that the incum
bent could hold over untl that time.
Tho trouole with Judge Leland and with
all those who take tho opposite view is that
they indulgo in intendment or speculation
as to the intention which tho legislature
had in view when it submitted the proposed
amendment to the people. Constitutional
provisions should not be enlarged by intendments."
The editor of . the Register admits that
"it is true, as a matter ot law, that when
tho votes were canvassed the amendment to
the constitution was adopted." "But," he
continues; "a law or constitution maybe
operative either in the present or in tho
future," and suggests that the laws of the
legislature do not go into effect until the
firBt of July next, after their passage. The
editor's admission that the amendment was
adopted when the vote was canvassod is
fatal to his argument, for he might as well
admit that the amendment has been
in force from that moment. He docs not
seem to recognize any difference between a
law passed by a legislative body in pursu
ance of the will of tho soveriegn people ae
expressed in the constitution, and the con
stitution itself. He ignores the fact that
there is a law which expressly declares that
all legislative acts pasted by the leglsture
of Illinois shall not go inte effect until the
first of July next after the passage of such
act, that there is no st'( n law governing
a constitutional oraendment, adopted by
the highest anthonty in the stale i. e. tbo
people, and that the amendmeut itself con
tains nothing whatever that could bo inter
preted into such a meaning. He seems
also to have lost sight of the fact that the
constitution was declared to be
changed by the same ballots
which placed Governor Cullom,
Attorney-General McCartney, Secretary of
State Dement and the other state officers in
office and the editor will hardly dare to
doubt that the declaration of the ballots, so
far as it concerned these men, went into ef
fect at the time the result of the vote was
declared. Where is the law under the au
thority of which the ballots cast by the
people of Illinois can be, in effect, torn into
fragments, and a portion of them, contain
ing an important declaration, be consigned
to the state waste basket for a whole year
The editor of the Register cannot find if,
for there is no such law.
But the editor of the Register and al
who believe a he does, Attorney-General
McCartney included, make another fatal
admission when they say that the new
amendment does take effect in 1882; for if
the new amendment goeajnto effect in
1882, and an election fur the county officers
affected by it must be held in that year
then no legal election can bo held inNo-
vember, 1881. In support of this position
we will quote Attorney General McCart
ney's own argument, namely, that "the old
provision ot tho constitution is annulled
the moment it comes in conflict with the
new;" the question being only, "when dos
this take place, in 1881 or in 1882?
Attorney-General McCartney asserted that
it does not take place in 1882; and thaMyi
election must therefore be held under the
old! provisions next November; but he is
either not sincere in this assertion, or he
is very obtuse, or he has been very thought
less and opened his mouth before he bad
a good mental grip upon the subject. We
will grant, for the Bake of argument, that
this position be the correct one. The old
provision of ithe constitution, under which
Mr, McCartney proposes that
the election shall be held, requires
that the county judge, treasurer and clerk,
shall bo elected, uot for one, but for four
and two years. It does uot permit the
election of either of these officers for only
one year, aud there is no law under which
the governor could issue commissions for
only ono year to officers that had been elec
ted for twi. The officers elected under the
old provision would be entitled to hold
their offices for two and four years, or until
1883 and 1885, and would not that conflict
with the new provision, which, according
Mr. McCartney, is to go into effect in 1882?
Most certainly. It is plain therefore that,
even if the new provision does not become
a law until 1882, no election can legally
bo held under the old provision;
for such an election would conflict with
the new provision and such conflict, says
Attorney General McCartney, onnulls tho
old provision under which the election of
1881 is proponed to be held.
Tho argument ot tho editor of the Regis
ter that a law changing the punishment for
certain crimes from and alter 1890 would
not necessarily repeal all laws punishing
such crimes, now in existence, is not pertin
ent, for the simple reason that in such a
case, unlike as it is in the case of the elec
tion law, the enforcement of the
existing laws would not conflict with
the law of 1890. His other argument, that
the legislature "might have provided for
tho election ot the county officers in ques
tion in 1892 instead of 1882 and that in
such an event it would not be claimed that
the Incumbents could hold over until that
time," falls by the same process of reason
ing; for in that case the old law would not
conflict with the new until 1891 and not at
all In 1891, as does the amendment under
discussion.'' There can no legal election bo
held In Alexander or any other county m
November 1881. . .
Mvnatent adjustable HARROW is be
lieved to be the 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 da v. for ten dollars, all complete.
They can be ordered by letter and shipped
according to directions warranted io 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 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 givo
them very favorable terms, and they will
have in addition the advantage gained by
saving freight. It is very simplo and easy
to make. Send for circular and price
tlis, 8. Hutchinson, Griggsville, Pike Co.,
ACOOKINO HT'JVE forMle. with two iron pote
(wo bake pant and twe gnddlc-: will be told
for tn dollar. Apply at Bulletin office.
IORSAI.E A coodfrnll farm Wt mile went
' of C'ubdi u -tstlon, I. C. K. R. end w rode
from the Cairo and Hi. Louie rallruad. About m
a 'rfn iu all klnda of fruit and 14 ecru timber.
Will be aold on lonif time and low iBtret. Apply
for fnrther particular! to John Llmbort, Cairo,
OPENED J INK FIRST.
It leeitoatcd In Pope County. Hllnoia.Jn a "par
of the Ozark Mountain, balf way between Vienna
aud Uolcond. Iti
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
ICK IN ABUNDANCE. The table Is ipread
with all the dellcaciea of the leaaon. The
water- are mineral, appHleliiR and health giving,
and thlr beneficial effect" are felt tro jiedlatly.
J.K. BKOWJJ, Proprietor.
A PMIMSTRATOR'S 8ALB.
Public notice la hereby ulveu that In purttianre
of an order and decree ui-.de aud entred In and by
the county court of Alexander county, tate of Hanoi-,
at the June term thereof, A. 1)., 11. In a cer
tain catiae wherelu Jacob K'gnle ae admlnittrator
of tbeeitate of William M. Atberton. decea-ed,
waa plaintiff, and Juda Atherton, Francia D. Atber
Uon. Thome- J. CraK Maria J. Id utile, Francia M.
Atherton. Kebeeca i. Atherton. Uezekiah M. Ath
erton. Lu I m J. Atbertnn, William J. Atherton,
Thoinai D. Atherton, Klitabelb Wicker. Elijah M.
Peeler, Kllen Yonnc, Smith Young, Praneii
Young, Jeineali. Craig, Emma Craig. Alice Crali:,
Mary Craig, . Sli-da Pinch. John Godwin
Jiwcph Godwin and Thoma J. Craig, guardian of
Lulu J. and William J . Atherton, were defendant-,
I. thennderalfued. an men administrator afore-ald.
will proceed to cell the aoptb raat anartcr of the
outb wet quarter of ceflltjn mi ruber twenty elz
aud the wt half of the north eat quarter and
the eaat half of the north weat eaarur of lection
camber ihirty-flve (SSI, all lc town-hip number
Sft-en (151 sooth ranee oninher two ft!), w of the
the third principal meridian. In Alexander
count . aula of lliinoia, on Tburedey. September
firat l(t, at eleven o'clock In the forenoon, at the
railroad (UUon bouae In "Hodgea Park," In laid
eoanty. The terma of aalo are ono-half eaah down
aud the other bell in one yenr with tlx per com in
terval, eocnred by note aud mortgage on premise
aold. And at the fame time and place, the nnder
algncd aa aucb admlniatralor. will aell at public
ale the following dercrlbed Iota in the tenn of
"Hodgea Park," In ll comity, namely: Lot num
ber eeven (1) io block number four Mi; lota num
bera four end aix (4l.andlS) tu Mock number five
(St! Iota number four (4i acd
eiqbt (8) ia block nutnW aix
(i; lota uumhera olghtiS) end tun (10j. iu block
number acveo (7); lot number eight (S; lu block
number fourteen (14); lot number eeven (7) In
block number fifteen (l.'i): lota numbera nnti (1)
and three f3) in blo-k number eeven teen ; lot num
ber flva(B) In block number twenty-one (VI); lot
number aix (n) tn block number twenty two l'2i), In
purauance til a decree and order of e aid county court
made and entered at the July term thereof, A, D.,
1890, In a certain cane wherein the aame partiee
above named wero plaintiff and defcudaota. Said
lota to he sold on the aame term aa above "paci
fied, except where the aale la for a attm not ex
ceeding ten dollart; the mine mnet be paid at the
time or the purcliaM. Kaid aalea are to be mads
fer the purpoae of paving debte of the aald eftate.
- JACOB RK1GLK.
July 26, 1881. Adminiatrator, etc.
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Summer Wood ami Kindling
constantly on baud
At Seveutr-fire ct uts per load.
At out? dollar jer load.
Thu "trromlng"are eoaree ebevinge end make
the boat, eummcr wood for cooking pnrpoeea well
a the cheapeat ever -old In Clro. For black
tmitira o. in witting Urea, they we nneatiellod
Leve your ordure 1 1 the Tenth treet wood ym d-
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