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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1880.
AND OTHERS SEEKINO
HEAL T EL ,
Strength and Energy,
WITHOUT TIIK USE op drugs, auk re.
0,1'ESTEl) TO SEND FOH "TIIK KLEfeTKlC
REVIEW." AN ILLUSTRATED JOUR
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IT THE ATS upon IIKALT1I. HYGIENE, ar.d
Physical Culture, and i a complete cncycloi.e
ills of information for Invulldn and those who suffer
Irmn Nervous, Exhausting anil Painful Disease.
Every inbjcct that bear ution health and human
happiness, receives attention in its page: and the
many question asked by suffering invalid, who
have dlparcd of a cure, are answered, and valuable
information li volunteered to all who are In iit-cil ol
The subject of Electric Belts versus Medicine, and
Die hundred and one question of vital liniiiinai.ee
to suffering humanity, are duly considered and ex
plained. YOUNG MEN
And other who suflcr from Nervous and physical
Debility. Los of Manly Vigor, l'r mature Exhaus
tion and the many gloomy consequence of early
mdi rctiou, etc.. are especially benefited by con
stilting it content.
The 'ELECTRIC REVjEW expose the nnmiti
rati d fraud practiced by juick and medical lin
poMurawho prufes to "practice medicine." and
point out the only safe, simple, and effective road
to Health. Vigor and Bodily Energy.
svnd our addrs on po.-.iil card for a copy, and
information worth thousand will be scLt you.
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mui Alexan'.er cuuutv: iotd Ni f i. 4 and e. In
block ); lot 7, block 4: loin Nut J. I and 'i in blin k
R; lot No. tiino m biock f,; lot o. p and
In iu block;; lot No. 4 and " iu block s; lot
bUx a 11; lot No :). 5. T and in block 15; lot t
b)oik 1: lot No. 1. S and 5 iu hlo k 17; lot t;
block l"-; lot 1 block l'1; lo:d block '-H; lot No.
1. i. 5 nd 7. block Jl ; lot- No. 4 and t Iti block :
iota Nn. 1. and 7 in block '.'!; lot No. 4 and
in blurk '.'I and lot 1" in block 11; and that a
nmmon ha been i'ied out of tlii court a'ain!
tou. returnable t the June term. A 1 n(
'.iid court to be hohlen ;n the th;rd Monday of
June, A. 1). Is'). at trie court hou-e in Cairo in
Alexander comity. Iliiuoi
Now. unb you, the fud John (iod'Ain. Joc;ih
loidwin, France Yoitt.i;. Smith Yotiin;, tliea
Younc and da .M. Peeler. l::.ll p'-ro:.
y be aid appear nefore i'l munty
c.it:rt of Ale.xaiider coi:ntv. on th" :lr-;
day of the aid June term tin r. of. to h.. ho'ii
i n'at Cairo, iu ;dd cotmtv on the third Moll
MomKiy of June l-l. and plead. unr'.viTor denier
to the 'uld complainant' peli'loti. filed thereiu
the atne and ln' mutter and tiling tiVrria
(harmed and Ut d w 1.: be tak- Ii -.!; f. - " .
i.ml a dtcree nten-d aMitirt y.i according to tiie
prayer of raid bill.
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Cairo. 111., May 11th. Is
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WARNER'S SAKE PILLS are nn Immediate
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l)voeiiia. Hiliounee. Hllloim Ularrhoa. Mala-
Iria, Keverand Airue, and are useful at time in
icarlv all DIeacH to caue a free and regiuiurae
Ion of the liuwelx The bet antidote for all .Mu
arial Polruu. Price. '5c a box.
WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE quickly lve
iret mill sleep to the fllfteriUL'. cure Headache and
Neuraluia, preveuta ,nieptic rnx, aim i r in
liet remedy for Nervoti l'rotral!on brouirbt ou
hy excelve driiikllii:. over work, menial phock
und other eaue. It relieve the I'nlu of all
;leiie, and I never Jnjnroii tft the .vteni,
The bet of nil Nervines,
Hottle of two lzee;
Prlceit, Wc and jl.iw.
Remedies are sold
by Dnigffists anil
Dealers in Medi
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Edited In the Intercut of tho Public Library.
MEN, WOMEN AND HOOKS.
"The Woman's Club and Libraiy Asso
ciation of Cairo, Las a department in Tue
Caiko Bulletin entitled, 'Men, Women
and Book.' It U ably edited aid pre
sents un instructive selection of topics.
The Bulletin is made much more attrac
tive by tliifl innovation." Social Science
Journal, for May.
In response to the above pleasiiut compli
ment, it is apropos to lemaik that the So
cial Science Journal for May, is unusually
full of good things, contain-ng among oth
ers a valuable and timely paper by Dr. Ju
lia Holmes Smith, of Chicago, on sanitary
reform ; an account of the Genoa conference ;
a sketch of Dr. Alger; and nu account of
the New Century club of Philadelphia,
and a sketch of the programme of the com
ing conference of Clarities to be held in
Cleveland, June 'i'.t. The editorials are un
usually full and interesting, end short ar
ticles upon Spelling Reform, Practical Ed
ucation, The Human Society, etc., add to
the value of the number.
Miss Anna Goi:,.v, so long the faithful
secretary of Prances E. Willard, Las been
called to her Lome at Auburndale, Mass.,
by the return of her sister, Mrs. Gulick.
who is a missionary to Spain. Mrs. A. J.
Hanchttt, of Chicago, a lite-long friend,
will accompany Mbs Willard on her west
Mils. Di.vaii Mt lock Craik has been in
Rfinif with her KruLmnd. who is the snlitor
Cl , ,
o! Maeuiillan 8 Magiziue. She found t;me
in the midst of her sight-seeing t throw a
copper coin and a glass goblet intt the
broad lake-like basin of the fountain of
aTrevi, which is said to be an augury of re
turn to Rome. She is a middle-aged, tall
woman.plainly dressed,and without preten
sions. But you c annot see her without re
marking her as a person of distinguished
individuality even before hearing who she
is. Mrs. Craik's complete works are to be
found in the Public Library, and are in
! The Cairo Social Science Auxiliary meets
on Tuesday evening next at Mrs. W. R.
Smith's. The feature of the evening will
be a paper upon art by Mrs. Geo, Fisher,
illustrated by a sent.- of etchings in the
Miss AuoTTenteitaiued at Concord last
week all the women-students of Boston uni
versity, and several of the professors, hut
she does not take kindly to being lionized
by summer visitors, and when she sees them
coming slips quietly out of the back d"or,
as Haw thorne used to do.
Mis Emily Paithkii. Las incepted an
invitation to lecture in the I'nited States
the conrng autumn and winter. Her
thctue will be "Modern Extravagance, Its
Cause and Cure."
At the next meiting of the W. C. and L.
A., the l:fe and works of Wil'iruu Cul'.cu
Bryant will 1m; the topic for discussion. '
The Hon. Eui:eiie Scl.uvli r writes from
I! 'me that he has received pP'poa'.s from
Messrs. Joseph Seligiusn & ('., the we.i
known jmblisliers at Stockholm. Sweden,
for permission to translate an 1 publish ins
Life of IVter the Great, now ri.r.ning in
Scribncr's Monthly, in the Swedish lan
guage; and from the house of ohmit lottV
& Co., St. Petersburg, fur pci mission to
publish in the Russian language. It is
probable that, on its completion in Scrili
ner, the work will be published simultane
ously in at least five countries, and perhaps
It is a notable fact that all the Literary
News' prizes for the best quotations on wo
man were won by ladies. The appreciative
sentiment receiving the highest vote (in its
No! the with tralt'rou kU lor Savior tunc,
Not file 'lin led Him with unliiiU toiitur;
She, while A)iotle Mirank. could dunirer brave,
l.a-t at III me-, and curlle) u ill irrave.
E. It. Hrowuiii)!.
And the corresponding humorous quota
tion (receiving also the highest vote of nil)
I'm not denyiu' tho women are foolish:
God Almighty made Yin to match the men.
Eliot's "Adam Bede."
Jay GofLD has just bought u very fiuo
collection of books from a collector. Tho
collection consists of nearly 0,000 volumes,
and has been made by a tuna whose tastes
ran to folios richly illustrated, elegant bind
ings, and costly grand editions seldom seen
in private libraries. Of tho standard En
glish works the editions uro good mid
generally finely bound. There are Bpveral
handsome editions of Horace and Virgil,
but not an Aldus, u Baskervillc, a Sandhy,
or a Tonson among them. Thero is an
Aldine Cicero of 1550 in very good condi
tion, and two or three Elzevcrs. There
are four Sliakspeares, the one of greatest
value being Halli well's, in sixteen volumes
folio. This edition is exquiuitly printed,
and was published by subg' nption, the
issiiu being limited to 150 copies, each
numbered both by the editor und the pub
lisher. Of other English classics and poets
there is a singularly full collection for a
Just received at The Bilj.lti.n office a
stock of paper esp"cial!y for "Hectograph'
Where there's a w ill there's a wont.
A coal-black charger A negro en.ry
clerk. A quarrelsome wonnn is always ready to
come to the scratch.
An inquisitive correspondent is informed
that crt tnatiou is a recently adopted meth
od of tir-ig people out of the world. Oil
Play spades if you would win potatoes',
play clubs if you would deal with a mffian;
play h";trts if you would win friendship;
play diamonds if you would win a woman.
N. O. Ticayune.
The latest puzzle is this:
Tho trick is to get the eggs" inside the
man without breaking the shells. Detroit
A New Yorker put on his dog a f 1,700
collar with the owner's name and address
set in diamonds, and yet that dog got lost
and wasn't returned, while a neitrhbor's
dog, which wore no collar, never- .was miss
ing. "Georgie," said a fond mamma to her
little son, as they were walking on the
beach, "see w hat a lot of nice little siones."
''Yes." grumbled George, as he cast a
searching glance around, "and not a living
thin" to throw 'em at!''
The Spec. ator.
Beauty, Mr. Gladstone says, is one of the
qualities which a purchaser looks for in the
object he buys; subsequently, if more
beauty is given to the objects manufactured
by English workmen, they will become
more attractive to the purchaser, and he
will be likely to buy more of them, and to
give a higher price for those he buys.
This is especially to be borne in mind in
articles intended for the American market.
If the English producer wants to sell his
goods in America, he must leap over the
barrier raised by hostile tariffs, and in or
der to do this he must give bis goods 6ome
quality which similar goods made in Amer
ica want. If he can give them beauty,
this condition will be satisfied, for as yet
the Americans have been too busy to think
of making their work beautiful.
In the same way he may hope to com
pete on more equal terms with the coun
tries which have hitherto been in advance
of England in respect to taste. England
for example, now exchanges patterns in
cotton goods with France, whereas 30 year.
go she only took patterns from Frances
lu so far as this process is extended to all
the manufactures common to the two coun
tries, the other excellences of English
work will have a better chance of making
their wav abroad.
Therefore, it a jvoikman "can learn to
appreciate beauty in industrial production,
tie is increasing his own capital
as truly and as substantially as if he could
a l'l to the muscles of his arms bv doubling
their force .ill at once. Re is introducing
in tiie worK lie produces an element com
paratively new to him, but an element
which add to the comforts he can command
lor wife and familv.''
Bkows's IIovseiioi.d Panacea is the
most effective pain detrovtT in the world
Will most surely quu ken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally
and thereby more . certainly relieve pub,
whether chronic or acute, than anv other
pain viator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, buck or boweis.
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
ache-, ntio is tne great reliever of hail).
"l.nwii - Household raiiacea snou d be
in every family. A teaspoonl'ul of the Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred i, taken at bed time, will break
up a cold, -"i cts. a bottle.
Mrcu Mckness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Vermifuge t'omSt.-.
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to the most delicate child. This vui
liable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found U. be abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurttV
to children. Tweritv-rive c ents a box.
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Giuy "London Hair Color Restorer," the
most cleanly and delightful article ever in
troduced to the American people. It is
totally different from all others, not sticky
or gummy, and free from all impure in
gredients that render tunny other prepara
tions obnoxious. It thickens thin hair, re
stores gray hair, gives it new life, cures
dandruff, causing the hair to grow where it
has fallen off or become thin, does not soil
or stain anything, and is so perfectly and
elegantly prepared as to make it a fasting
hair dressing nnd toilet luxury. London
Hair Color Restorer is sold by all druggists
at 75 cents a bottle, or six bottles for 1.
Principal Depot for I'nited States, IWO
North Sixth street. Philadelphia.
The Voltaic Belt Co., M.nn.iu.,
Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro.
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon o0 days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
Oratitcde Lavished. Is clipped from
the columns of the "Journal-Courier," New
Haven, Conn., the following enforcement:
"Gratitude of a character, strong, omest
nnd impetus, is daily, in person and by
letter, being lavished upon II. H. Warner
& Co. for the introduction of, and the mak
ing so extensively known, their wonderful
cure named as Warner's Safe Kidney and
Our drug stores are now supplied with
"Malt Hitters," tho new food medicine
which has clone so much good and cotne
to us so highly recommended. Try it. It
may save you heavy doctors' bills.
HMIE CELEBRATED tiLYCELINE LOTION
- give immediate relief, and a radical cure for
KlieuinatiMu, Netindfiii. Miliaria.
I'lr litherlH, Pneumonia, Sore Throat,
Inllioiiiua. on of the Line's, Ktc,
Lame. Puck. Inflammation c.f the Kldnev. Park
fccbe, pile, Jnii.ii.il. or Sorene.Kd the feet from
whatever cane, llurn or Scald, andall Inflamma
tory I)!var. "Snpauilc" will save life. Hunot
neKlect to buy a bottle.
Our Illuminated circular aeut free on application
Wc puarantee r,tlfartion or money ruftiuded.
Price. 5oe. and $1 per bottle.
Tr.al bottle uric.
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Trade applied by Motriton, Plumiuer A Co.
MUTUAL Alt) SOCIETY
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' k OBPIIAXS'
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY,
Organized July 14th, 1S77, Under the
Laws of the State of Illinois.
Copprighted July 0, 1877, under
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTON, President.
Mbs. A. P. TAYLOIi, - - YicK-Pr.rsiDENT.
J. A. GOLbSTINE, - - Theasi ber.
Dh. J J. GORDON, - Mkd Advi-kr.
THOMAS LEWIS, - - - Secretaky.
ROABD OF MANAGERS:
J.J. GORDON. Physician Cairo. Ills
Mr. A.P.TAYLOR. Superintendent of
School, Alexander Conutv
J. A. GOLDSTINE. of Goldmine fc Ko
euwater. W"bo)ealt and Retail Dealers
in Staple and Fancy Dry Good "
N. B. TUISTLEWGOD. of llinkle A
Thitleood, Commisclon Merchant.
Cotton and Tobacco Factor " "
S. D. AYRES. of Ay res & Co., Commis
sion Merchant "
THOMAS LEWIS. Insurance Manager
and Attorney at Law
WM. STRATTON of Stratum & Bird
Whole-ale Grocers. . . .. '
GEO I. ALDEN. Commission Mer
chant, 7S Ohio Levee "
JAS. S. REAKDEN. Apelit Mieiiipi
Val.ey Transportation Company "
CHAS R. STL ART. Wholesale and Re-
tail Drv Good and Notion "
EDWARD A. IU'DER. Manufactures
Jewier and Wholesale dealer in Wateh
maker'Tool tad Materials... "
CHARLES LANCASTER, Lancaster
Rice, Lumber Dealer '
C O. PAT1ER. C. O. Patier & Co,
Wholeale and Retail Merchants "
Rkv. B.Y.GEoRcjE. Pastor Presbvteriau
J. C. W IIITE. Ir,urr.r:ce Acent "
U. W. MiKEAIG. Puimatrr "
S. P. WHEELEii. Attorney and Counsel
or at I.aw.... '
Mils. LOUISA FISHIi.UK "
OSCAR HAYTII I'.N, Wholesale and
Retail Hoot- siioes and Dry Good "
A .1. 11IRD, Merchant und 'steamboat
I IProprietor "
WILLIAM KLVGE. General Merch'dise " '
'. G. SCLTU. Wlinletale and Retail
J.T. KENSIE. Foutdrv sad Machinist.. "
Mr. L. A HOWARD. IWdiEj! House.. "
W. F. PITCHER. iLMirv.ce A sent "
A. IIAM.EY. Dealer in Stove. Tin and
E. W. oPEEN. Gn-eu. Wood Jt Bennett
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Arias-Journal Mound Ciiv.
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L f'l risked You can ir.ve the
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tho-e wiKill' to work. Y'ou hou)d
try iioibini; e:-e till you ee for vour
l If !iat yon can do ut the huiLct v,e oiler.' No
loom to explain here. You can devo.e all var
tune or oioy your -pure tunc to the biumess, and
make ereut pay (or ?viry hour thai von work
Women tteike i,- n-.v.ch a men. Send for special
irnnn- ier:ii :u . parTicu.ar. wnica we man Iree
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W. P. HAI.LIDAY. President.
H . L. HALLIDAY, Vice-Preldent.
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UESItY L. HAIJ.IUT, R. II. Ct'NNINOUAM,
O. I). WILLIAMSON. ST31UEN 1IIRU,
H II. CANIIKK.
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SUMMER LAW l.F.f TI'UFs mine weklv. becin
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proved of 'Isnal ai'. lt, to student w hodelpn
M purue their tuillei t thl or other Law School :
Sd. to thoo who iroiioe to read privately; and
Sd. to practitioner w ho have tint had the advan
tau'o of vteiuatlc. !rtructioti. For clrenlarapply
il'ot o'llco I'tMvi ritv of Va.t to John 11 Minob,
itoi. v oninioii nnn Minute, l aw,
Huniluirg American Pndiet Coinpany's
Weekly Line of Steamships
LmvIhr New York every Thnrdav at i p. m.
FOR ENGLAND, 'FRANCE AND GERMANY.
Ticket to and from En rone at lowet ralei. For
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eral Paeni:er A?ent.'il l roadway.tNew York, or
toll. WELLS, Cairo, 111.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Iron AVokks
a;t oiiio levee, cairo. ills.
John T. Rennie,
HAVING etahllhc4 hlwork at the above men
Honed place 1 better prepared than ever for
tnantifacturlui; Steam Entrlnua and Mill Machinery.
Having a Steam Ilainiuer and ample Tool, the
manufacture of all klnda of Machinery, Railroad,
Steamboat and Bridge Korirlnea made a eieclalty.
Epecial attenllou yhen to rupuirsof E' --inefand
Bra Cutioi nf all kind made to ordei
Pipe F tttiitf In all i' branches.
Q D. WILLIAMSON it CO.
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Boat Stores ami' Groceries,
Of all kind.
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Freh Dairy and Gilt Edge Butter. Oyters and all
Kind of fruit wheu in reason, on hand ami deliv
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WOOD AN D COAL.
Qt W. WHEELEII,
Dealer in all kind of
Cord Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
W00D AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington and
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY
300DS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth treet and I Po,',,,. Til
Commercial Ave.. Villi U, 111
C. O. PATIEK & CO.
rp J. O'LOUUIILIN,
Flour of all Grades. Selected Teas
Pure Cotl'ees and Spices,
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all cne aniui! under the rateut Law, prompt
Iv attended to. Invention that have hue u
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nijfl LiV-'l XJ1' n niot case, be patented by
u. Bellie oppolto the U, 8. Patent Deiiarlmenl,
aud enpiited lu Patent biiine exclusively, we can
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