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T HE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE : 12, 1880.
AND OTHERS SEEKING .
Strength and Energy,
WimotlT TI1K V8E OF Pltt'OS. ARE HE.
O.VKHTE1) TO SEND FOR "TIIK ELEfr'THIC
REVIEW,1" AN ILLUSTRATED JOUR
NAL, WHICH IS H'BLIHUED
FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION.
IT TKEATS upon HEALTH. HYGIENE, lud
I'byaical Culture, and t a complete tncycloHn
dia of information for invalid and those who uffur
from Nervou. Exhausting tod Painful Disease.
Every (object that beam noon health and human
happlue, receive attention lo It pupe; and the
niauy qiinailona asked by uflorlng invalid, who
bavedisparedof cure, are ancwered, and valuable
Information , volunteered to all who are la nurd ol
The- iubjct of Electric Belt versus Medicine, and
the hundred and one question ol vital Importance
loiiiflcrltiK humanity, are duly considered and ex
plained. YOUNG MEN
And other who mfler from Nervou and physical
Debility, Loss of Manly Vigor. Premature fcxbaua
tloo and the many gloomy consequence of early
lndlKcrct.ioD.eic.. ai especially benefited by con
The 'ELECTRIC REVIEW expose the nnmitl
gated fraud practiced by quirk and medical Im
postor wbo profea to "practice medicine," and
toiut out the only snfe. imjle. and efiectlve road
o Health. Vigor and Bodily Energy.
Send your addr on postal card for a copy, and
information worth thousand will be lent yoa.
Address, to publisher.
PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO,.
Cor. Eighth A Vine Street, Cincinnati, 0.
Trill (latn Wi 0 Beautiful Colored PicJ
1011-baie i0. 1 ,ure Very ingenious!
73 bjctr to find bend stamp for package.
Dr. E C. AB3KY. Buffalo. N. Y.
Coughs, liroBCiiitis and Consumption
What a Well known Droi'trist savs aboot
ALLEN h LI NG BALSAM.
OaKI.AXD STATIOS, KT
Gjkti fn The denand for ALLEN'S LUNO
BALSAM I lnrrnine constantly. The ladies
think there I no medicine equal to It for Croup
and v hooping tough, l, . .yiartis. unpgin.
BOLD BY ALL MEDICINE DEALERS.
Ktate of Illlnoi. Alexander county.
Jacob Rtpgie, administrator of the tttnte of W1I.
Ham M Alherton, deceased. v. Julia Atbertoe
Franc! D. Alherwa. John Godwin, Joseph Go
vrln France! Youtg. Smith Yoot.e. E.lcu Young,
Kllza M. fertrr, Hagh f Craig. Thomas J tTeig.
Maria J. higgle. Elueoetb Wicker, Frat.ce M ,
HeeikiatiM . Rebec J., Lalu J. and Vn. J.
AlberUio eud other.
AOidav.t of the non residence of John Godwin.
Joseph ioawin. France Young, Htnith Young.
llru Yoeng and Eliu XI. I'ce'.er, defendant
above named, having been tied in the office of the
clerk of the county conn of Alexander county no
tice i Lvrvtiy given to tne saiq Jo en uoowin, Jo
eepb dwlu. Franc Young, Smith Young. El
len Young and Eliza M. Heeler that theeald plain
tiff. aduimtiatr of the eeute of William M. Alt
eram, deceased, h filed hi peliuoo in the tald
coenty conn of Alexander county for an order to
eit tne premise belong to tne estate ol uii de
ceased, or soro'job of it at may be Deeded lo pay
tne debt o( taid duceaed. and described a fol
Tne n w n w of 8 B, T 16. 8 R 1 weM ; n w a w of
8 lft,T 15. B 112 went; n e n e of 3fi, T 15, 8 K i
went; the undivided K oft bete o e, 8 34. T IV 8
B i wct: and the undivided one fourth of the fol
lowing decrbed tmrt of land s n w t 8 31,
T lb. 8 H ii wiwt : u e s w of M it. T 1 8K2 went :
11 we tit 8 21. T IK. S K weet; ee e of 8 IS, T
lo, n it 2 went: ail lu Alexander eomiy. iinnoir;
and the following deacrlbed lot In Uodiri-s 1'ark in
eald Alexanier county: lot No, i. 4 and In
blocks; lot V, block 4; lota Noe.14,4 and 6 in block
5; lot No, x. 4 and 8 In block 6; lot No. 8 aod
10 in block 7: lot Not. 4 and 8 in block 8; lot 8.
blorc 14; lot No 8,5.7andin block IV lot (,
block 1H; lota No. 1. 3 and 5 in block 17; lot 6
block If": loll block 19; lot 6 block 'JO; lot No,
1, 4, i and 7, block 21 ; lot No. 4 and in block .';
lot No. 1. Sand 7 iu bloc a; lot No. ii, 4 and
6 in block 24 and lot 10 lo block IS; and tbat a
nnimnii ha been liniued out of thif conn gainM
you, returnable at the June term, A. I). If!, of
a!d court to he bolden on tbe third Monday of
June. A. D. 1M), at tbe court nonee in Cairo in
Alexander county. Illinoi
Now, utiles you, the aid John Godwin. Joeph
ttodw'n, Francea Young, Smith Young, Ellen
Young and Eliza M. TVeler, hll pcron
ally oe and appeur oefore aid vonnty
cuurt of Alexander county, on the tret
day of the ald June term thereof, to be hold
on at Cairo, in raid county on tbe third Mon
Mondayof Juno 1N4). and plead, answer or demur
to the uld complainant' petition, filed therein
the ino and tin) matter and thing therein
charged and nated will be taken a contended,
and a decree entered agninel you according to the
prayer of raid bill.
' ' KAM'LJ. 11UMM, Clerk.
Cairo, 111,, May lltb. IhK).
VtARNER'8 SAFE P1I.L8 are an Immcdiateg
etluiuiu for a Torpid Liver, and cure ( otivene
Dypepia, Diliouenur. Killou Dlarrhira. Mh.h
ria, Fever and Ague, and are neful at tiunaii
nearly all I)lee to caue a tree ana n'Riiiarac
tion of the Bowel. The bent antidote fur all Ma
larial I'oleon . Trice, 2Sc a box .
WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE qnickly
n-Ht and elecp to the inneriug, cure lie
Neuraliria. nrevent Epileptic rite, and i tin
best remedy fur Nervon I'rotrntlou brought on
by exceive drinking, over work, mental (hock
and other cuiikc. It ndleve the 1'hUi oral
llla,.iar. and lii never il I urotln to the avHtein
The bentofall Nervine
Bottle of two Nir.c
Price, OOc and $1.00.
flloincdies are sold
by Driurffists nntl
Dealers in Modi-I
II. II. WARNER A CO
IK0I.'I1KTKR, N. Y
HTKend for ramphlel
l ind reRinnoniui. a
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND FADUCAH.
Tbo X'.cgantSldcwheol Paiaenger Steamer
fflj CHAMPION dsn
A. J. BIBJ Clerk.
Leave Catro every Monday and Thnrtday for
Cape Glrurdeaa, 8t. Loot, and fty landing. For
freight or pamge PP'7 to
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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J. 8. McDonald Ohio Riier
Will Kyle New Orlean
Lizzie Garner Ohio Rivor
Btorrn No. S ,....I'lttburg
Jome Howard New Orleani
Mary Houtton -.Cincinnati
Champion St. Loul
Lizzie Garner .....- 6t. Loul
Will Kyle Cincinnati
Storm No. 8 : St. Loul
Jame Howard 6t Loui
Mary Hounon New Orleani
The James Howard wag light for St'
, The Ilillmao was full of people yester
This warm weather makes a river trip
Wash Floyd is clerk of the new Dean
Adams, and is, we are glad to say, a mar
The Gold Dust passed down last night
late, ffhe cleaned up the Vickslurg busi
Captain Frank Redzaan has sent in
his resignation, and will retire from wbarf
loat No. 2, on the 15th.
The Jag. W. Gaff will be down to-day
for Memphis, as also will the Belle Mem
phiK, from St. Louis.
The City of Alton probably arrived
during the night. She will leave this af
ternoon for New Orleans.
The Mary Houston added several hun
dred tons here, and got away late last
night. She had engagements below which
would about fill out. - She brought out one
of the Mississippi Valley Transportation
company's barges, a new one just finished
at Jefferson ; No. 75.
The Virgie Lee will be down to-morrow
for Memphis. She will probaidy be
full of people on her return, for the Demo
cratic convention, at Cincinnati. Capt.
Wash Thompson and Clerk Surtces guar
antee to privately name the coming candi
date to all parties patronizing his beuutiful
FANNY ELLSLER'S CHALK.
Her dressing room was spacious, well
ventilated and well furnished, save that the
furniture was uniformly powdered with
chalk dust. Chalk was everywhere on
chairs, floor and toilete table it is almost
as independable a legs. The soles of her
shoes have to be coated with chalk to lend
the surface roughness that gives a grip.
Well, one night as the author ot the "lia
ble Boiteux" entered Fanny's loge, he found
her storming and panting in a passionate
fury most macmncent to behold.
"My dear Burat," she cried (Burat was
her manager), "I am in a tearful race
Just fancy! my pas seul is at hand and the
corps de ballet have stolen my chalk! '
"What, stolen it! Can it be possible?"
lTosiblei It is. I have looked every
where and questioned every one .Nathalie,
Fitz James, Noblet. her sister all deny
knowing anything about it. It's a conspi
racy, that's clear. Burat. you'll come to
the rescue and get me some chalk, will you
"My dear young lady," urged M. Burat,
"where am I to get it?"
"Nonnense, set out and get it some.
Where,"1 petulantly pleadelthe danFcuse-
"N ever mind the coet. louve a quarter
in uu imur i'ciuik me neiu ui me curtain.
Go, please," and the pushed him through
It was 11 p. m.: the shops were shu.
The unfortunate vaudevillist was more cm
rmrratssed to discover the dcaired chalk
than he had ever been to invent a plot,
Nevertheless, he did not despair. In
twelve minutes he cume buck, his cheeks
fhirbed. his voice thick, a tremor in his
eait, but twenty pieces of chttlk in his
"Bravo! Oravo!" gleefully shouted Fanny
Ellsler. "How much do I owe vou?"
"The price of ten glasses of Co-cognnc,"
hiccoughed Curat. "I had to patronize ten
cafes 'fore I could steal all that chalk."
The ready-witted author had appropri
ated the provision w;hich lay beside each
billiard table for chalking' cues.
Courtney's stroke varies
Thia time it
The spots on the sun do not begin to cre
ate the disturbance produced by the freck
les on tbo daughter.
When some politicians are weighed, they
are found wanting every office in which
there is a vacancy. Cincinnati Commer
cial. Tho other night, in a Missouri town, a
thief, being caught in a man's cellar, ex
plained that ho was there to get out of the
way of a cyclone.
Young must have been a rich man. He
says nothing iu his "Plight Thoughts'
about waking U; at 8 o'clock in tho morn
ing and wondcrinp; how you are j-oinc to
meet a $400 noto on that day.
"No," she said, as she sipped tho croam
it would take his Inst dimo to pay for;
"no, I never eat cako myself; but ma savs
she is getting awfully hungry waiting for a
piece of my wedding cake,"
They any that tho people of thcuo United
States arc recklessly extravagant, mid yet
tho Vermont man who bought the wrong
kind of pills for a sick wife, to avoid hav
ing them wasted, took them himself,
Tho Sacramento peoplo are forever pok
ing fun ut tliu legislators. A saloonkeeper
near the capitol recently placed a box of
live snakes, iu Iub window, abovo which
hung tho reassuring placard: "Don't bo
uneasy gentlemen. These are real snakes.
San Francisco Post.
"Ah, my darling wife," said George the
week after his ninrringe, "if your husband
were to die,
what would you do?" "I
don't know, I'm
sure, Goorgo," aaid the
"I never thought of that.
I must look into my 'Book of Etiquct'.and
read the rules for young widows."
A day or two since two French women
were passengers on one of the locul trains
between Virginia City and Carson. They
had with them in a big tin cage a parrot
that annoyed everyone with its constant
squalling and gabblo. Observing the un
friendly glances that were bestowed upon
the bird, one of the women pulled down a
cloth cover that wag on tho top of the cage.
When the extinguisher was clapped upon
tho bird, and it found itself in the dark, it
growled out, "That's smart." Tho bird
kept quiet for a few minutes, then yelled in
its shrillest tones: "Lookout, Sarah he's
foingto kiss you 1" Tho conducior, who
lappened to bo in tho car, said : "That
parrot must be an old traveler on railroads.
He seems to tbjnk we are passing through
a tunnel." "
LIST Or LETT Ell 8 REMAINING UNCALLED
FOR IN THE P06T0FKICE AT CAIRO, ILL.,
JUNE 11, 1880.
Fry, Rachel; Harris, Pierce; Johnson,
Amelia; Little, Rosaliee; Moran, Mrs. P.;
Marsh, Betty; Mullcr, Mary; Joplin, Katie;
Roper, Jane; Rope, Belle; Stallworth,
Mary; Shey, Maggie; Tippett, Lillie;
Thurman, Hennie E.; Wese, Rcna; Young,
Anderewg, Thomas; Bcttis, Neilly ; Ben
ham, Jordan; Bate, Joseph J.; Burgoyne,
Jno. W.; Collins, John; Cara, Patrick;
Doutlet, Wm. P.; Derine, Dennis; Easter,
Louis; Gasie, Isaac; Goodman, Chas.;
Hollingshead, A. If.; Hughson, B. B.;
Huit, George; Lyons, Mike; McClane, A.;
Moore, Walton; Nerney, R. A.; Ostrander'
Eddie; Phipps, J. B.; Pane, John; Quig
ley, Henry; Quarles, Jordan; Rozen, Wm.;
Scott, W. L.; Sayer, D. T.; Thomas,
James; Williams, John; Williams, Jack;
Persons calling for any of the above
named letters will please say advertised.
G. W. McKeaig, P. M.
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MI1LEBS' INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION
To be held in the
rERJf ANKXT EXPOSITION BUILDIM? AT CIXCINNATI,
Opening MAY 31st. and Closing JUNE 6th. I860
A GRAN0 DISPLAY OF
MILLS and MILLING MACHINERY
FKOM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
SIX 200-HORSE POWER AUTOMATIC STEAM ENGINES
. IN CONSTANT MOTION.
Attractive Exhibition of Grain and Flonr
FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA.
TEN COMPLETE FLOUR-MILLS
IN DAILY OPERATION.
A VIENNA BAKERY
Operated by Austrian workmen, will make daily tests of flonr ground in the bnlldleg.
Music Afternoon and Evening.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. Reduced Railroad Fares. Admission 25 cts.
WOOD AND COAL.
C W. WHEELER,
Dealer in all kind of
Cord Wood. Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Stmt, Between Washington and
EW YORK STORE',
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY
300DS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth treet and
C. O. PATIEK & CO.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LICJORS.
K SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds.
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
A CO.. hftve rnn.lnntlv
laree atork of the liet uonriii in the mnrkui. ami
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RUMMER LAW tlr.rT1TRR(nlnwelilvV hemn
8th July. 1H80, and end Hth Hentmler. Have
roved of Hgnalnse,-lt, tn Undent wbodlgn
ltlrne their aturllna at thla nr nl he. ! kekn.,1 ,
Id, tothoso who rtipoe to read privately) antl
8d, to practitioner who have not bad tbe advan-
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EE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY. Proaident.
n. L. HALLLDAY. Vlce-IW.drnt.
THOS. W. UALL1PAY, Cahier.
. TAAT TITWIR, W. t. HAUJDAT,
BINBT L. HAUUHT, R, U. CrNNmuBAM,
P. . W1LUAKB0K, KTIPHIN BIRD,
B. B. CANDIK.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Dopltreceivcd and I general banking bnelnets
vuii uc lea.
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenne and Eighth Street'
F Bro. Preildent.
P. Neft. Vice-Pn Mdent.
H. Wells. Cannier.
T. J. Kertu, Aitant Caehitr.
F. Bro.. Cairo; William Klni:o, Cairo;
reterNcfl, Cairo; William Wolf, Cairo;
C. M. Omerloh. Culro; R.L.Billlngley.St.Lonl;
E. Buder, Cairo; d. Y. Cleumon, Caledonia;
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE
IXCHANGE o!d and boutht. Interest pald ln
X J the Savinc Department. Collections mml.
and all bttsist't-e promptly attended to.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
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TIN, COPrERA SHEET-IRON WARE
tVkVL KIND Or JOB WORK BONB TO OKDBHJ
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AIRO, : . ILLINOIS
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price raid for Wheat.
30 DAYS -
If yon would regain health and strength, wit heal
the n.e of drng. try Baot'i Improved Klectrlj
Sponge Btilt, which wo will and on trial. A genu
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