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1 he leallng Scientists 0l lo-uay airren that most
HitUMCffP (ire nuscd by illtfvdcriid Kidney, i.r l.lv.
'ir. If. tliMii lun.Mhn Kldii'-yn niid Liver uru k:t tn
jerfecl order, perfect health will be tin) result.
hub iriilli uah only been kuowu a short tune and
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Hare Uldney ami Liver Cure marks new era hi
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ho elements necessary to nourish tud invigorate
"oth of these great orgitis, and M restore and
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md l.rlliary Organs.
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Invaluable for Le corrbtea or falling uf the
Ai a Hlood Purifier It la unwiualed, for tl run
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'R A. Burnett Cairo llllnola "
Tlio Iti'lnn ii.ttion, if not the Amori
:an nittitiii, li:u lost a remark itlilts man
ii SjiijUoiI Tail, whoso lifo reads like a
1'iiaanco. 1I; was the chief of the
lirule Sioux, uml the ahlnst representa
tivj of the Sioux nation. His name
has bi'iMi intimately connected with
ihe Indian history of this country
for thirty years, and he met his dualli
bv assassination at the hands of Crow
Do;;. S)otle I Tail was born sonie
whtsro in the Heimblicau river country
alxnit fifty-live years ago. Of his
imreiitagM and early history little is
knuwii. In lH.ril he was at the head of
a band of wurrioi s sent out by Rod Leaf
to avenjre the limrdor of a Brule In
dian by the whites near Fort Larami.
II-! once cripltired an overland stage
coach, killed the jmssoncr, and ob
tained $;W. This was one cause of the
Indian war which soon followed, in
which On. Harney defeated t'10 Sioux
at Ash Hollow. Spotted Tail was cap
lurml, died, and sentenced to death,
but pardoned by Buchanan. Since thtjt
time he lias been friendly to the whites.
His daughter, like Pocahontas, was
largely the cans of this, having fallon
iu love with an oflicer of the army, and
k is said, died of a broken heart. She
wns buried among the soldiers, leaving
a ivfjucrit that her people should always
remain friendly to the whites. In 1867
Spotted Tail took a leading part in
tho great peaco council at North
l'latto, Neb., when ho made a most fa
vorable impression by his eloquence.
Tho l reaty made by this council gave
Spoiled Tail and his associated chiefs,
Red Cloud, Turkey Leg. and others,
the land north of the North Platte,
which they have sinco held. In 1875,
when a council was held at Rod Cloud
agency, for the salo of thn Black Hills,
a massacre was contemplated by Littlo
Big Man and his warriors, when Spot
ted Tail, with his decision and sell-assertion,
cowed the liostiles with a pow
erful speech, (len. Crook, of tho army,
says of him: "He was tho noblest In-(li-in
of them all. The white people
never knew how much they wero in-
ileblod to linn, ami tlie Indians win
never look upon his like again." In
1877 he succeeded in detaching some
ol i lie in oes iron) .5111111 xtui, wuicn
compelled that warrior to give up his
war and go to Canada. hen in Au
gust of the same year Crazy Horse
came to the Spotted Tail agency to get
tip a stampede among the Indians,
Spotted Tail stepped to tho frout and
said to them, while Crazy Horso and
his braves had their guns cocked: "I
want you to understand that you can't
come hero and make trouble between
us mid tho government. I am chief,
and I want you to bear, or Til give you
cars." In many other instances since
that time Spotted Tail has served the
government by bringing the Indians to
Un was very eloquent, ami often wit
ty. He once said to Crow Dog, his as
s:c sin, who onco before attempted to
kill him, having pointed his gun at him;
"If I point my rille at a man's body, I
make his heart bleed; if I point my
rille at a man's head, I make his brains
11 y. Are you a tpiaw that you are
afraid to tire?'' Ouco in tho gallory of
the senate at Washington, ho said: "1 1
notice that most of your great men are
bald-headed It reminds me of stand
ing on a hill and looking down upon
tho rocks around which there is no
grass growing. I understand many of
these bald-heads arc thieves." Onco,
when taken through the jail of Wash
ington, he asked if anybody was there
for stealing from the Indians. When
told that honest men used to have a
bunch of hair growing in tho palm of
tho hand, he said: "l usod to have a
great big bunch of hair In tho palm of
my hand, but it hns hII been worn on"
by shaking hands with the whites."
When a suspicious Indian ngont was
explaining to him tho benclitsol educa
tion and religion, he said: "When you
go back, tell the great father to hurry
up and send school-teachers hero to
teach my people lo read ami write, so
they can commit forgery and umkj a
living like tlio whites. '
Spotted Tail was about 6 foot 8J inch
es high, and weighed about 174 pound.
fli is aid to have looked like lit nrv
Ward Bencher, He had three wives at
the time of his dentli, ami eight or ten
grown children. One of these latter Is
named Spotted 'fail. Ono of his daugh
ters, Shaunkoo. was to have entered a
con vent, but was stolon by her lover
tho night before, which endod the pro
ject. uinmtfi) icirs.
- e m
Over 150 murders have boen commit
tod In Allegheny county, Pennsylvania
during the last ten yoars, and only four
nersons have beou hanged for the of-
tense durinir the same time. Thirteen
persons charged with murder are now
In prison in that county awaiting trial
1 1 M is. 11 M
Flan of Study.
The following autograph loiter from
'resident (iarlleld to a young man, in
answer lo bis inquiry lelatlvo in his
plan of study, is so sonsiblo and so
practical that we give It for tho benefit
of those who may want just such ad
Mkntok, Ohio, October 27. 1879.
C. L. Waylanu, Danville, Indiana :
Mil ilenr Sir : In answer to vours
of the l'Jlh instant, I havo to say that
your Inquiries as to my early studios
show a praiseworthy study In the work
of self improvement. I can not say that
I found iu any ono book tho suggestion
for a plan of lifo and growth. In fact
did not In advance mark out any
comprehensive plun of lifo. But I did
rosoive at an o any age, that 1 would
acouiro as cood an education as tlm
coll ego course would enable mo to ob
tain; and to that genoral purpose I de
Yotod all my energies uutil it was ac
complished. In ordor to make my
work thorough, 1 made it a constant
habit lo study each science a little
moro broadly than the prescribed
courso required, I thus got a little in
tellectual life outsido of tlie text books.
This habit has boen of groat value to
me in subsequent life, for I havo al
ways managed to keop up somo liue
of reading outsido the track of my pro
fessional and ollicial studies; and tueso
side studios have boen of great value to
me in many ways. As soma ono lias
well said: "A man should havo his in
tellectual home with a few great authors
like Shakspeare, Kmorsou and Mac-
auley, from which he should make
excursions into the fields of literature,
but from which he should return for
his chief sustenance. Very truly yours.
... J. A. Gahfiklu.
Feeding Oows in Milk.
It seems extraordinary that the gen
eral run of dairy -farmers make no ef
fort to llesu their cows before they soil
them. Every autumn there are more
or fewer draft cows for sale, to mako
oom for the young ones that are roared,
and tbey have to go for what they hap
pen to bo worth before winter comes
on. l hey are of courso lust the cows
tlie farmer has no wish to keep, or, at
all events, the least desirablo ones in
the herd. Commonly, they are sold for
a fault, that of age, or of being inferior
milkers, or of having "a screw loose"
somewhere; and these very faults, sup
posing they exist and buyers always
act on the assumption that they do cx-
stmake it more imperative that thero
hould be condition to help the sale. If
tho cow is in good condition in the
autumn, it is prima focie evidence of
a good constitution, and that is an im-
loriant point to make clear when a
man Las an animal to sen. in any
case she commands a customer alnio.it
at tho seller's own price. A lean cow
is not a nico thing to face winter with;
ami, however good an auinial she may
be except for the leanness, she brings
an inferior price. We havo frequently
known really desirablo ca'tle sold at a
sacnlu e oil their merits lust because
their owners had let them fall out f
condition in a wet tiasning autumn:
whereas a little extra keep, and sliober
from the storms, both of which would
mve been repaid iu tho extra milk,
would have added pounds sterling per
lead to their selling value.
Vet farmers go on year af cr vear in
tho same practices, n 'glecting to give
their cattle some dry stimulaimg food
when the grass begins to wane on Ihe
pastures, giving tlioni instcaa somo
sort of green foot I to force all the milk.
The result, is that, having no really
nourishing find, aud being exposed to
whatever weaiher may come, they lose
flesh quickly, and so are worth less
money. A tlie weather grows colder
the "j asses lose a good ileal of their
nutritive properties, and it is not to bo
expected that a milk-giving animal can
keotiun horllesh under sucli condition.
The best d.iiry farmers wo know small
fanners as well a large onus novor
let tle ir cows out of conditinu at any
time of the year, aud especially those
of tlii in th"v intend to sell. They do
not have f.iith in selling anything lean,
at a lean price It is condition they
aim to sell, and not a mere bag ol
bones. An animated skeleton is a
fright in the market, and you never
find a farmer worth tho name shocking
his neighbors that way.
The Oomiu Transit of Venus.
The next transit of Venus ovor tho
sun's surface will occur on the 6th day
of December, 1882, the last one having
occurred Dec. 9, 1874. At that time
extensive preparations had been made
all over the world, and expeditions
were sent to the most distant parts of
Africa and America in order to test
fully tho Improved instruments which
the ingenuity of modern scientists have
devised. On this account the transit of
the coining year is doubly important,
first, because all questions which the
application of new instruments gave
rise to, all miscalculations or Individual
differences of observation among the
astronomers who took part, will be
verified ami set at rest; and, secondly,
becauso another transit of the kind will
not take place for a period of 120 years,
whon the most incipient astronomers of
our day will have been lorgot'eu,
Tho Question which is still lett in
doubt, and which tho transit of 1882
can go far toward settling, is tho oxaot
distauco from the sun to the earth an
uncertainty which at presont hinders
all exact calculations concerning too
magnitude of tho whole solar system,
The first transit of Venus winch wero
obsorved were those of 1631 and 1639,
noithor of which contributed anything
to science. That of 1761, the next In
ordor. cave no valuable data, and its
successor from 1769, although It elicited
much serious attention, left tho precise
value of the parallax in doubt ovon at
the time of the last observations on
Dec. 9. 187-4.
Then the event attracted universal
attention, soiontillo observations were
made at various points as far north an d
south aa possible, and many valuable
aata were collected, which await me
only positive proof that oau ho given
uiem during this or the coming country,
For the followlnc? vnnr still more ox
tensive preparations are making, and
there Is every prospect now that tho
scientillo rosults thou tn be obtained
will settle all matters now In dispute
el i in
In some Instances flie gontlor ex far
ui y iiauue us. io man can doliver l
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BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING,
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Sl'ECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICK.-St'KCIAL
WAUItANT NO. 1.
Public nntlco Is hereliy t;lveu that the rontity
court of Alexundereounty has remlered Judgment
for a spec.inl aeseiineiit upon properly benefitted
hvthe following Iniproveineiil, vi.: I lie conHlrlic
t Ion and recoiiHtrurlion of aldewalks iu blocks num
ber l. u. 3, i. mi, ta. 14. HUT,!?, avil, m, as.
l, 41, 4'J, 4:1,41, 4, 43, IU, Nl, 51, tel. M,
W, b'J, TO, TSi-ilyof Cniro,
Hlocks f, 12, 1!, 17. is, si, il, "fi. -in, :w, ;t,J, 50,
M, 75, 8:),8I, in the. Firxt nililltion to the city of
I'alro.aml block 1 in the second addition tnthe ctly
of Cairo, as will mote fully apnenr trom thecertifled
tony of tho Judgment, on 11 lo in thu ofllco of the
city clerk of tho city of Cairo that a warrant fur tho
collection of such asMHsanuuits Is in the hands of
the underpinned, All persons Intorestod are here
by notified tMcall and pay the amounts assessed, at
the collector's ollle.e at Ihe Alexander County Bank
within thirty days of the date hereof.
City Treasurer and Kx -officio City Collector.
Dated, this :;Mli day of Aiiiftiet, IKS1 .
rubllc notice is hereby i,'lvi'ii thai on the v."Uh
day ol September, A, I). issi, at Hprlnirlleld, III.,
an application will hu mnde to thu Hniiorahln Hhol
liy M . Cullom, as Rovernor of the stala of Illinois
to have thn sentence of Jenies K. McLontfhry, who
lit the July term, A. !. 1H7H, of the Alexander cttun
tv circuit court was sentenced to the Denltentlarv
al Jolliil, 111., for the term of twelve yenrs, for the
offense of burglary, cointniitcd. When and whnro
any person opposed to sum commutation can ap
nenr and resist said application if ho sees lit so to
Dated this tf'lh day of August, A . . ihni.
JAM Km K, MeLOUCillKV,
By ANOUS LKEK.
UKNJ. P. Oh.vkton, Stoky B. Ladd
Halheht E. Faink.
Late Commtaslonur of Patents,
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Attorueys al Law and HtHcltora of American and
AVI FIFTH 8TRKKT, WASHINGTON, D. 0
Practice patent law tn all Its branches In the
Patent Office, and in thu Supremo and Circuit
Conrts of tho United Status. Pamphlet sent free
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sites of all oar foods,
KXlOs)ITI02, COLGATE St CO., U.I.
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It l ntuatud In I'ope County, Illinois, tn a spur
of the Ozark Monntains, half way betweu Yleuua
and Oolcouda. Its
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
TCK IN ABUNDANCE. The table la spread
X with all the delicacies of the season. The
waters are mineral, appetizing aud health giving,
aud their beneficial effects are felt Immediately.
Public notice la hereby given that in pursuance
of an order and decree made and entered by and In
the county court of Alexander county, stale of Il
linois, at the August term thereof, 181, lu a certain
cause wherein the undersigned as administrator
of the estate of W illiam O'Callahan, deceased, aud
administrator with the will annexed of Hlchard
O'Callahau, deceased, was petitioner and Thomas
O'Callahan, Adallne Kennlston and Alfred Math
ewe were defendants, the uudurstttaed will, on
W ednesday, the Slat day of September, A. D 1R1,
at the hour of two o'clock p. m., at the front door
of the court house in Cairo, In said county, offer
forsule to thu highest bidder for rash In baud, lots
number four (4) iu block nnmher forty (40) iu said
city of Cairo, and lot number seven (7) in block
number nineteeu (19), and lot nnmher forty-two
(42) in block number twonty (-20), both In tho First
addition to said city of Cairo
Cairo, 111.. August 2, ltvSl. Administrator, etc.
MUTUAL AID S0C1BTY,
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Mutual Aid Society,
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the 5tnteof IllinnlM. Copyrighted July
'.), 177, tinier Act of Congress.
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J. A. UOLDSTINE
JOHN C. WHITE
KXKC'UTI VK COMMlTTKKi
II. LKKiHTON, L. h. THOMAS,
l . C. Wltla'K, W. F. PITC1IKK,
J. 8. McUAHEY.
HOARD OF MANAOKR8:
William Stratton, of Stratton A Bird, wholesale
grocers; Paul O. Schub, wholesalo and retail drug
gist: Hansen bstgnton, commission merchant; J aa.
6. McHahey, lumber dealer; J. J. Uordon, phyi
Iciau ; J. A. Uoldstlne, of Ooldatlne & Kosenwator,
wuuieBaie anu retail ury gooas, etc; vvm.r. riten
er, general agent; Iloury B. Ellis, city printer and
nook niudor; Chesiey tiayues, Cooper; Jno. C.
White, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer In flour anil grain: K. ltross. rjreal-
dent Alexander County Bank; U. W. Hendricks.
contractor ann nutluert Cyrus Close, general
agent; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; I., o, Thomas, broom manufacturer; W, V.
Kiiasei, contractor and builder: V. T, Kudd
aeut 0. St. L. 4 N . O. rallaoul : Moses Phillips, car
penter; II . A. Clinmblny, contractor, Cairo, Ills.
Kuv. ,1. spencer, clergyman, St Lculs, Mo.; J. II.
llethnne, circuit clurk, Mississippi connty, Charles
ton, Mo.; J. H.Moore , laaver, Commerce, Mo.;
1). olngletarv, phvslclao, Arlington, Ky. ; J. W.
Tarry, phvslclan, Fulton, Kv.i Win, Ryan, farmer,
Mnrrv, Kf. ; A. Btelnhach, uiemilaciuror of sad
dlurv, Evanavllle, Ind.jlks Anderson, secretary
to superintendent C St. L. N O. railroad, Jack
son, Tenn; J. Robertson, phvslclan, white
villa, Tenn. t Thomas A. Oshorn, harness maker,
Bolivar. Tenn.: Win. L. Walker, "Dixie Adver
tiling Agencr, ilollv Spring., Mis.