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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 13S0.
AND OTHERS SEEKING
Strength ami Energy,
without the rE of drugs, are re-
ll'tbTEl) TO SEND FOH "THE ELEl-TRIC
J.LLW,1, AN ILLUSTRATED JOUR
NAL. WHICH Is. ITBLIMIED
IT Tl'.EATS upon HEALTH. IIYMENE. and
Physical Culture, and is a coiuplvte encyclope
dia of information for invalids nuf. those whu suffer
from Nervous. Exhausting and Painful Disease.
Every subject that hears uuon health and human
bapptfces, receives attention tn it page: anil the
many question asked by suffering invalid, wn
have tils pared oft rire. are answered, and VLluable
iiifor.uition l volunteered 10 all who ure in need of
The njbjott of Electric Titluvorrn Medicine, and
the bundrud and one question of vital Importance
to n.fi.TiLjj Immunity, arc d'lly considered aiid ex
plained. YOUNG MEN
And other w ho S'iffer from Nervous and physical
Debility. Los of Manly Vigor. Prmatire Exhaus
tion and the many gloomy consequeu'-es of eariy
indiscretion, etc.. are ic jitclniiy benefited by con
suiting Its contents.
The 'ELECTRIC REVIEW expose the unmiti
gated frauds practiced by quicks and medical liii
po.tor who profess to "practice medicine." and
points out the only safe, simple, and effective road
to J H!u N'iKor ULd Budliy fcLergy.
.end youraddrs ou postal card for a copy, and
information worth no'isui.di will e lent you.
Addtess, the publisher.
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"HtwN s PICTORIAL MULES
Address, w Circular. A. J. H' Lman Co.. J hila.
IN 'I A. L T
The New Food
Malt Bitten Com pant.
TV1 fot confn nd tL: M?.tcbke Tetovaror of
I Ful l and r.xi.ar.fUd Cou-'.itotlono :th vio
lent itlia:t! i:'-.Ktift of i:-Ortifi atidr:tt.oc
IhtolltaLltiLH" x:.v -.at.eled." MALT UITTK!(!
appeal to p.ipi:,r (ontitence l'e'ue prepared
from I nkra.'Lteci .Vu.t. Uop and qulLine. Rnd
other preui. ttcrecivbt. aiConi'.Lk' to Liddi.',
anil a: ri. Le: .n the tleu.eita thai restore to pei
luaneLt hi ulth the weajc. cnv&jeeent, Conniu.p
t:ve .., ir worked. terv..a. t'.rr. d.vp- ptlc
bi!ioi.. m, 1 1' K.e in ejipetlte. than all other iorm
ol .Mail or Medicine, i he k-Lnine are p;;t!y nitrte
ed ti v ti;e (iitiiiHiiv (..d evenwhere MALT
illTTEIiSi COMl'ANY. l'.'.TON MASS.
Facts Worth Knowing"
(iiNOEK. urenr. mantrake. stillinoia.
and many other o! the l-t n.H'.ctm f known are
o ikillfullT toniMtiol u I'AKKEH'S (IN(.F.K
TON C f to make it the k.'tateet I Lu('L) I'l'lM
The r.t-t Health anil Strt'Utftli IJfrtorer
Ever INod. .
So jierfect if the compoiuon of PARKER'S GIN
tiER TONIC that no tleavtau loti; exi't where
Itiatifed. If yog bavt-dypepia. be.'idacfco. rbeo-lurttii-m.
mfira'iL'ia. iowei'. k'.dnev.or liver disorder
or if von teed nilld fiinu'.kLt. or appetizer, the
Tc uleif jn-t the ni d'eine for you. a it i hiL'h.y
r urative and iuvit'oratliL' but n-ver intoxicMiui:
fry a hftv cent I'Ottie. Your Urac-i u,n supply
WHOLESALE WINES AND LWOLS.
Choice Wines and Lienors
OLD ISOVREOX AND RYE WHISKIES,
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Infttrmation fur mutmntu
LYON 4 UEALY, 1U SUM Bit., Uico, Li.
DIXON SPRINGS. ILL.
1 now opened for the reception of cither
or those needing ft
Tbefo prlnj are noted for their henlth glvlnp,
Invigorating, niediclniil propertU'n. and are ulul
ated lu a hliih, healthy locality, aud ure rtirrotmded
CMd. plimtnnt jtrovpa, nice croquet rotiBdc.
Room are all furnlrhud with new furniture and
bedding. The table will he Mipplied with th
very boot tho country (ttlotdn. No palm will bo
ipnred to give tutu faction to the K"eMn.
linn been aectiretl for the eutlre m'lmou, Board if
per week. Hpeclul rates to faiiilllcr.
J, R. DROWN, Proprietor.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Edited lu Iho iLttrcot of the Public Library.
MEN, WOMEN AND BOOKS.
The library received last week tome
valuable and interesting books. Ilailain'g
Literature of Europe, two volura&s, The
Constitutional History cf England, two
volumes and The Middle Ages, to volumes,
will furnish lovers of history and students
the lest of solid reading in that direction.
The Last DayB of Pompeii, by Lord Lytton,
and The Scarlet Lettcr,by Hawthorn, two of
the most powerful works of fiction, are on
the list, while for light summer reading
"Wake Robin, and Winter Sunshine by
John Burroughs, In the Wilderness, by
Charles Dudley Warner, can not be excell
ed. Life in the Rocky Mountains, by
Isabella EirJ, and Between the Gates, by
B. F. Taylor, are entertaining books of
travel, while AValden by Thoreau, the Re
cluse cf Concord, completes the list. These
books are all standard and some of them
Mr.s. M. L. GniFFiTH, of Mauch Chunk,
Pa., cojresj ending secretary of the M"ral
Education Society of Philadelphia, has ad
dressed "an open letter" to women, asking
them to help estal.lish "a standard cf so
cial purity for men as high as that lor wo
men; a spirit of etiurity and helpfulness to
ward the fallen bat repentant woman; the
installment of women as matrons, teachers,
physicians, managers, wardens, inspectors,
trustt'-s, and other officers, in all penal, re
formatory, tr charitable institutions in
which w'Uitc are confined; social and legal
penalties for masculine unchastity; eternal
vigilance against the legalizing of prostitu
tion; a suppresssion of all low plays, books,
pictures, and every other object and ap
pliance, which rouses and pasmpers the
lower passions; a suppression of the liquor
and tobacco vices."
Mr. James T. Fields has recently present
ed a very curious literary relic to the his
torical collection in Pilgrim Ilail, Ply
mouth. It is Mrs. llemans' famous poem
on the "Pilgrims" in her own ne, delicate
hand, sent to Thomas Campbell in 1625
when he was the editor of the London New
Monthly Magazine, "with Mrs. llemans'
Miss Sallie IIart was the livelist re
porter at the Cincinnati convention. She
assisted in representing the San Francisco
Chronicle. Ste is described as "a yellow
haired and piquant little pirl. about as big
as a pepper bos, and too c-te for anyttiir.g."
She was the sexs&tien in thu newspaper
brigade, and 1 eat the veterans in the rapid
ity and bnliiaLcy of her work.
The last meeting of the Cairo Social
Science a.-sociation for the summer was
held on Tuesday evening. July 27th, at the
residence of Mis. II. II. Candee. There
were no regular exercise, but matters
of art were discussed and seme fine engrav
ings and photo-typts examined, after which
the a.-sociatiou adjourned until November.
The first prize of 1.000 for designs on
Christmas cards by Prang, was given to
Miss Rosiua Emmet, of Ntw York. The
fourth prize of 200. to Miss Anne God
dard Morse, of Providence.
HOUSES OF CORRECTION FOR WO
MEN. The article on "Our Jails " by Mr. R. R.
Dugdale, in a late issue of the Christian
Union, is the strongest argument which
could be used in favor of separate institu
tions for the detention and treatment of
women offeuders. Whatever may be tiie
extravagance, folly aud wickedness of shut
ting women and girls up with them is in
Ik there were known to be, in each
county of the state, u house into which men
aud women, girls and boys, were enticed by
wicked men, there kept confined for weeks
aud months in the most degrading idleness
and license, without schooling or religious
teacldng, with murderer, burglar, and pros
titutes for their instructor?, there would
soon be an organized effort to suppress such
infamous dens, and the men who made
their profit from them would be punished.
Tho fac t that in each county such a house
does exist is not made jess horrible by tho
fact that it is called the county jail, and
that men and women, girls and boys are
committed to it "by due process of law,"
aud that the men who make a profit by it
aro public officers, representatives of the
majesty of the law. Is not wickedness which
is done under the guise of law the worst
wickedness? Is it not more corrupting
nnd more degrading to every man and
woman who is exposed to low and vicious
temptations aud examples in our county
jails are public institutions, maintained by
the public, nnd for which the public are
responsible? Ii nothiug more can be done
to remove this vile blot from tho Christian
character of our people, if men and boys
and middle aged women are still to bo
forced into bucIi debasing companionship,
at least let us save the young women from
the dread contamination.
Babt Saved! We are so thankful to say
that our baby was permanently cured of a
dangerous and protracted irregularity of
the bowels by the use ot Hop Bitters by its
mother, which nt the same time restored
her to perfect health and sttength.Tho
Parents, Rochester, N. Y. See another
column. Buffalo Express.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, 'nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I
will send a recipe that will cure you,
free of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed enevlope
to the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D,
New York City.
Mohawk, Feb. 23, 1870.
Wm. M. Giles &, Co., 120 West Broad
way, N. Y., Dear Sir: Enclosed please
find a check for one quart of your Lini
ment. I use it fur almost everything, and
I know it to be the best I know of or have
seen tried. It prevents all discolorations
from bruises, and in neuralgia, headaches,
etc., it is king. When you struck Iodide
Ammonia, you struck a bonanza, and a big
one, too. Send the Liniment to the address
of II. II. Ranney, Mohawk, N. Y.
A "Worxlerful Hemedy.
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The Great Internal and External licm
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sorentfi" of the Feet fromwtatever cause. linrnf
or Seald. and all Inflammatory IiiceuKc. Prickly
llaat. llumwrf and all direare of the ekin. For
a 1 fen.aie complaints and weakneeee it bae no
tqial. Thoueandi have been eared from an tin
t:meiy death by it nee. Do tot delay, but try it
It i a houfehold necesnty. Fall particular, in
our Illuminated cards and clrculure, tu free,
upon application by mail.
A trial will benefit you. We puarantce patiefac
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If these wurniiiL' arennbeeiled. serious diseases
wm foon lie developed.
Tl'TTS PILL are ecpecia,ly aiapted to acb
cafe, one dufe ttiect imh a change of fetliujf at
toaitonich the sufferer
A Noted Divine Says:
Dr Tutt : Dear Sir; For ten year I have been a
martyr to dyetepia. constipation aud piles
Last tpr'.sg yuur pill were recommended; I ui-td
tin-m I am now a well man. bave a pood appe
tite. d'petion perfect, regular tool. pile gone,
and have caincd forty pound of flesh. They are
worth their weight In' cold.
REV. R. L SIMrsON, Louisville, Ky.
Tbcy increae the appetite, and cuuso the body
to take ou nYb.thu the vtem i nourished, and
by their tonic actiou ou the digestive oreans. regn
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ray Street. X. V.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE
Gray hair or whiskers changed to a cloy black
by n single application of this dye, It impart a
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gists, or sent by express on receipt of SI.
Office, 35 Murray StreH, New York.
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The only Female t'ollege in Maryland was chnr
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A New Compound, scientincaiiy
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Formula I known to our best physicians, I highly
commended by them, and the Analysis of one of our
most prominent chemist, prof. (1. A. Mariner, of
Chicago, Is on tho label of every bottle, it 1 a well
known fact In the .medical profession that To LIT,
ROCK and HYK will alTonl the greatest roller for
Coughs, Colds, lulliieuaa, Hronchltls, Hore Throat,
Weak Lungs, also Consumption, lu tho Incipitur
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It ran bo used a a Ilevcrnge and for an A p pell
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It, you will find it pleasant to take, of great service,
tf weak or debilitated, a It give Strength, Ton
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liTPut tip lu Quart slue Dottle for Family use.
Hole Agent fcr the United States and Canada.
Alio Importer or Fine Wlue, Llnunrsand Cigar,
111 MndlsonHtreet. Chicago,
Bold by Drugtfitt nud Dutleracvvrrwhore.
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The Weekly Bulletin.
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AD.MlMsTRAToKs SALE op REAL ES
TATE. Public notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
judgment and order of tne county court of Alexan'
der connty, Illinois, made and eltertd at the Juiy
term thereof. A. 1). lent, in a catvte wherein Jacob
Riggle. administrator of the estate of William M.
Atherton, dectuscd.iiplaihtifl". and Juda Atherton,
t-raucitu. Atherton, ihomusJ. Craig. Jume M
Craig. Eiiada Finch, Emma Craig, Alice Craic
Mary Craig, Maria J. Ru-glc, Frances M. Atherton,
)iezek;uhM. Atherton, Rebecca J. Atherton. Lulu
J. Atherton. William J. Atherton, hlleu Young,
Elizabeth Wicker. Eliza M. Peeler, John Godwin,
jot-epa iiouwin, rraucet ' l ouni;, sniitu ioung
James F. liaison. Fordico Ireland. Jame P. foil
and Daniel Lence. are ('.cfcndiw., lor the sale of
real estate to pay the dents of the said deceased
W l.litimjl. Atherton. I. tne tinders cned adminis.
trator, Jacob Riggle. will on Thursday, the :'t;th day
en aui'iiti. a. u, if it luenouroi io o ciock a.
Hi., at the Deootof the Cairo and tst. Louis rail
road company, at Uod;e' Park in said county, pro-
ceeu uisejr ui run.ic sa.e 10 me niL'aesi muuer tuo
lo!iowu.guescrloed real estate, numelv
Then w n w of S ri. T Pi, SRI west ; n w w of
S T 15. S K i west ; n e n e of S a, T IS, S R
west: the undivided o! the e n e. S b4. T 15,
S R Swift; and the nndivided one-fourth of tho
following described tracts of land, e '-4 n w 4 S 21,
T l'i. S R 2 west ; n e s w of S 21, T K S R i wes';
u vv s eof S 21.TM S R .' west: 8ee of S IS. T
1fi. SRiwest: all in Alexander county. Iilluol.
and tbe following described lot lu Hodge's Park
in said Alexander county: Lot No. 2, 4, and t) in
block o ; lot 7 in block 4; lot oi. 2.
block S ; lot No . 2.4 and S in block (i
block 7: lots Nos. 4 and S in block ?:
14; lots Nos. 8. 5. 7 and t In block 15
4 and O in
; lot sand 10
lot 8. block
lot ii biock
M: lots No. 1, 3 and 5 in block 17: lot ti block is
lot 1 Mock lit: lot block ';o; lots No. 1. 3. S and 7
in block 21 : lots Nos. 4 un't (i in block 22: lots No.
1 and 7 in block ft; lots Nos 2. 4 and '1 In block
24 : and lot lo in block Pi, for the purpose of pav
ing the debts of the estate of said Wi'.liuiu M. Ath
The terms of sale will be ote-thlrd cb down,
one thirdin six mouths ai d OLe-third in one year,
w:th no'es. und also ft mortgage on the tho' real
estate sold, to secure the deferred p.'iviuents, ami
the notes to draw interest at rate ol six per cent,
per annum. Ail sale for ter. dollar or les'tobe
paid down. JACOR HIGGLE.
C tiro. Ill , Juiv IV, ls0. A(!m:m-trnter.
t DMIN'STilATolfS SALE OF REAL ES
I'ub.ic not'ec is tcreby giver, :i;t.t 1 y virtue ol a
judgment and order of the county court of Alex
nnder countv, Illinois, mude anil entered at the
Jt.ne Tirtn thereof. A.I). m in a cnr.se wherein
Eliza ,1. Twetite, ni'iiiiinistratrix of the tstnte of
Alexander Twente. deci ased. Jwas plaintiff, and
Ida C. Tw-nte. Amos A . T .vente, Asa V Twente,
Artur II. TweLte. E.-ra .T. Twente. John II Clark,
Franklin flitt. and William loibert. were defend
nuts. f(r the sale of re.-tl of real estate to pay the
debts of the said Alexander Twente. deceased. I,
the nsdersigned administratrix as aforesalil. will.
on WediH-sility. the 2Mb day of August. lS', at
Eleven o'clock a. m.. at the front doorol the court
house In C airo, in said Alexander couutv. proceed
'o sell at public sale, to the highelt bidder, the
followitr described real estate, free nnd clear of
the dower of the undersigned a widow of the tald
The undivided five slx'hs ('-i'.i of the southeast
quarter of the northwest quarter, and of the south,
west quarter of the northwest quarter of section
tweutv-five (2".i in township fifteen, south lange
No three west of the third principal niindtau
in said Alexander county forllK purpose of pur
ine the debts of said estate.
The terms of sale are. one-half cash down, nud
the balance in ou- year with note, ui.d also mort
gage on the real estate sold to secure the deferred
pavmeut; ald note tu bear interest at the rate of
six per cent. ELIZA J. TWENTE.
cuiro. in,, dtuv it, lf-Nt. Aumiuistratrix.
IN the district court of the I'mtyd Mates, fur the
houtheru district of Illinois.
In llankruptcy. No. 142,
lu the matter of Fruest Relchurt. Andreas Doll
aud Duvld M. Knowle. baiikicpts.. Notice i
hereby given that a petition has been tiled in said
court by said Pnvld M. Knowle. lute of Cairo. Ill
iuol. now of Etllnglinni, in the couuty of Elllng
hum. in said district, duly declared bankrupt, un
der the act of congress ol March 2d, lsn7, aud the
amendment thereto, for a discharge and certifi
cate ihereof. from all hi debts ami other claim
provable under suld act, aud that the 5th dav of
August. A. 1. ls.Nl, at eleven o'clock A. M.. i' as
signed for a hearing of the same bv the said court
at the Pulled state court room in the cttv of
Springfield, when and where all creditor of saul
bankrupt, aud all other persons lu Interest may at
tend nud show cause, if any they have, why the
prayer of of said petiton should not be granted.
.M. 11. l'll.V LKKtS, CleiX.
Prown Jt Yoring. a'.torn.'vs for plaintiff.
Dated at Springfield July 1st, A. 1. Ir'Ki,
OTK'B OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
To the heir of Perrv Power. dcceaed. and nil
Notice I herebyglyen thnt I will, at the Anut
ttrm of the county' court of Alexander county In
the State of Illinois, to.lt:Ou the Sixteenth day of
August. A. P. WO. die mr final account a admin
istrntor, with the will auuexert. or the estate of Per
ry Powci. deceased. In said court and ask for a set
tiemeitt of the sm and for a full uud dual dis
Chnrgu from ail further llllbllitv a ndm nlstmtnr
of ald estate UEOLOE FIHHER,
Cairo, July 19, 1SH0. Administrator.
A WEEK in vonr own town, inrf tin.
capital risked. You can give the
itusiness a trial without eipcnse.
The best opportunity ever offered fr
tllOfe Willing In Wnsb. Ynn ahnnlA
TTV fkft.SmiT tttaa fill Unll a., trm nnn.
l if what you can do at the busincs we offer. No
mom to explain here. You can devote all yonr
time or onl your pare time to the buiine, and
make great pay for every hour that you work
W omen make a much a meu. Bend for ipeclaP
private term and particular, which we mail free,
J5 outfit free. Don't complain of hard time wbila
you have such a chance. Aiiresi H. HALLETT
CO.. Portland, ilaine.
Agents ILIFE AND ADVENTURES 07
I S James
Tho Noted Western Outlaws, By Hon. J. A.
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