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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1881.
If you sullm from dys ipta, use
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I f yon re afflicted with biliousness, uu
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If you aitf prostrated wltb rick headache, tnku
BUHDOC'K BLOOD BITTERS.
If your bowel arc disordered regulate thum with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yuar bloed I Impure, purify It with
BURDOCK RLOOl) BITTERS
If you have Indigestion, you will find au antidote in
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
Ifjrou are troubled with spring compl.iints, eradl
leate them with BURDOCK BLOOM BITTEHS.
If your liver la torpid restore It to healthy action
with BUkDOCK BLOOD BITTEHH,
If your liver ii effected you will find a chure restor
ative In BURDOCK BLOO' BITTERS.
If you have any speclcsof humor or ptmplu, fall
Dot to take BURDOCK BLOOD IIITTEIis.
If you have any atmptomi of ulcers or scrofulous
ore, a curattvo remedy will be found fn
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For imparting strength aud vitality to the system,
nothing can equal BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous and General Debility, tone up th
yitera with BL'KDOCK BLOOD BITTEHS.
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With the Kurrendor of Sitting Bull
ends one of the most romarkablo caroors
in Iinlian history. As a fighter his
reputation stands higher than that of
the Sominolo chief, Hilly Bowlegs, who
pavo (ien. Scott so much trouble in
Florida. As a diplomatist he headed
the list; as a strategist and commandor
Im has been styled the Sioux Napoleon.
His history begins about 1869. Before
that he was a mere "blanket Indian"
on the plains. In that year his hatred
of the Americans began to be shown,
and under the regime ot Gen. Morrow,
at Fort Uuford, on the Missouri River,
he was charged with, but denied, a
series of depredations on the troops
and the settlers in the neighborhood.
Tho settlers retaliated and one of Sit
ting Bull's warriors was killed, as Gen.
Morrow admitted, unjustly. The slay
ing was apparently atoned for by pre-8-nLs
to tho relatives of the dead war
rior. But Sitting Bull was not really
propitiated. He became a dangerous
enemy, the center of a large body of
Indians, who developed into one of the
most dangerous bands upon the plains.
Tho Sioux chief now refus-'d to live
upon a reservation, and went into camp
in a wild country on the Yellowstone
River, and its tributaries. In 1873
Sitting Bull orderod away some Mon
tana settlers who had built a fort on
this ground. As they refused he block
aded them. One of his band being
killed by the besieged, ho retaliated by
killing two of the Montana men, thus
beginning a wttr which lasted till tho
beginning of 1876. Fort Pease, which
contained only forty-seven whites, wns
blockaded for three months, during
which 500 Indians were kept at hay,
with a loss of six killed and nine
wounded on the side of the dofendors
(.f tho fort. As starvation threatened
them, they sent two men under cover
of darkness to Fort Ellis, whence Gen.
Terry sent four companies of cavalry,
three of Montana militia, and 100
friendly Crow Indians. Sitting Bull
evacuated the position without firing
a shot, declaring that his only desire
was lo rid the country of the white
man. Theso having been removed,
the Sioux destroyed Fort Pease and re
tired to their camp, when war was at
onco declared agaiust them, and Sitting
Bull was ordered to surrender within
ten days. This he failed to do, and
(Jens. Crook, Teny, and Gibbon were
sent to operate against bira from three
difl'ereiit direction. Gen. Gibbon found
liim on tho Il'iselmd, but as he hail only
600 men to oppose to his enemies 3,000
ho kept ou the other side of the Yellow
stone awaiting reinforcomenis. Mean
whilo Sitting Bull gave battle to (ion.
(Took and stopped his advance. Hear
ing next that (Jen. Custor was on tho
way to attack him, he crossed over to
tho Little Bifj Horn, and oncamped in
a strong pooitiou. Custer gave him
bnttl'i on June 26, 1876 but, haviug
been drawn into an ambush, was cut
otV with his entire command, after a
bloody struggle, Sitting Bull earning
for himself tlie double reputation of a
irreat comuiandor ami a merciless sav-
aze. From that day to the present ho
hits been a fngilive. Ho escaped to
Canada and secured protection and
food for a while, occasionally crossing
over tho lines as necessitv torcwl mm.
In the end, howover, desertion from his
band, poverty, and scarcity of food re
duced him to such s' raits that ho has
been obliged to surrender himself un
conditionally to the United Stale's Gov
ernment, lu whoso custody ho and his
men remain. SillingBull is said evenyet
to show a most sullen, and, as tho olll-
cials stylo it, a most insolent spirit. To
the last the chiel and His braves roiia
their own ponios, and would neithor
dismount not shako hands until they
hud arrived tit tho place fixed on for
While Brother Jonathan was in town,
recently, ho took a ride on the stroot-
cars. Observing that the conductor
gavo ono of tho nassonirors a check.
Jonathan, on handing out his six cents,
remarked. "Give mo a receint. tun.
Mr. Conductor, or tho fools up home
won't beliovo I roully had a horse-car
i i a
rmaiiy has nearly 400,000 shoo.
makers and cobblers, or nearly ninoty
to ev-ty 10,000 of hor population. This
is a larger proportion than in auy other
country uacuih, nmv auu u i! i mm, it-
lily takes tho lead of all. Thon como,
in tho order namod.England and Wales,
Germany Belgium, Ireland, Denmark,
Franco, tho United States and Swodon.
It is a curious circumstance that warm
Italy should havo within a fraction of
100 cobblers to 10,000 ot the popula-
tion. and cold Sweden loss than
Very short shirred sleeves oa a pret
ty arm aro quite exousame.
A terrible epidemic, says the Modem
Argo, is sweeping over Louisville
'which is in the state of Kentucky,"
and unless it is soon got under control
may be attended with most deplorable
results. One-half the girls of that city
are stage-struck stark, staring stage
struck. Hundreds of the rtMidoncos
have been converted into amateur play
bouses, where would 'bo fornale st ars
toar their hair and rave, and split the
air with their arms, stalk majestically
across imaginary stages to tho imagi
nary music of imaginary orchestras,
amid bursts of imaginary applause and
showers of Imaginary bouquets. In the
dry goods stores young ladies rush up
to the counters with inspiration drop
ping from the eyes in great chunks,
and in hollow tones command the af
frighted clork to: -'Hasto thee, clinging
vassal; pr-r-r-ro-duce and br-r-r-ring
forth into our pr-r-r-resence thy 95
In the ice cream saloons maidens
shovel the cooling cream Into lovoly
mouths, and sweetly murmur to their
"Now, be me faith, Orlando, but is't
not a nectar fit for gods? Speak, me
beloved, is't not a dainty dish that
graces our festal board?" and practical
"I bet you!"
On the stroet car the maiden stalks
forward to the driver and howls:
What, ho! there, charioteer, cive
me. I nrav thfeO. diminiltivn nrin frn
this $1 bond, an' I will upon the in
stant requite thee for thy services upon
When one of them catches a flea, she
holds the victim at arm's length, and
'Aa-a-a-a! I have thee at last, vile
craven! For many a ni2htthv visits.
tions to my chamber have brought un
rest to my dormitorial couch. Now, at
la-a-a-st. thou art in mv re-r.i-.re.lnnt.
less clutches, and I will shower full re.
quiting vengeance upon thy Uir-r-r-r-ieo
acmrseu neau. mo, vile ingr-r-r-r-nto,
and niav the seethinc Km of Imnnlnw
perdition engulf thy quivering soul for-
Then she onena her fincpra little tn
ret a crood siueoze at him. mid tlm iloi
hops out and goes home to tell its folks
ThflV have cot it had. nnr! nnnn r,t
the olil-establishcd modes of treatment
seem to avail.
What Mr. Ciettmann Know of Shavlna-.
"And so you employ lady artists."
said a reporter, dropping into a Fifth
street snaving saloon the other after
noon. "Yes," said the accomplished pro
fessional, stepping forward, ami quite
at your service, sir."
The professional aforesaid Is the
equal, if not the better half, of the es
tablishment, and is able to shave or
"nx up a long haired customer as
neatly and with as happy dispatch as
ner nege lord, any day.
"How do you succeed in your efforts
to procure lady apprentices in the busi
"Very well, Indeed," said the lady
half of the tonsorial firm. "I bad a
lady barber working with me during
some rive or six weeks past, and she
got to be atjie to suave a gentleman as
wen almost as I could do, or as my
husband yonder. She left a few days
ago, and this young woman," said she,
pointing to a buxom lass present, "has
been here but four or five days, but
last evening she shaved fifteen persons,
and gave very excellent satisfaction to
all so far as I 'heard them say."
i on lliniK she can learn thon? '
"Why not ? I learned, and asked no
odds of any man lo Bliave a customer,
however particular or fine he may be in
"Wbnt can a .uan earn per day or
week at the business, Mrs. Gettmann?"
"She oiin-ht to make pjood wasres. I
have made as high as $22 in a week
shaviug on a percentage of 60 percent.,
but there are lew women capable of
doing such work as that I havo been
atil for fifteen years shaved in Cleve
land some years, went from there to
Detroit, and owing to my husband's
sickness wo had to ioave and come here
"Yes," said her husband, breaking
into Ihe conversation at this point, "my
wife has conducted my shop as elhcient
ly as I could myself for six weeks at a
time, when I have been incapacitated
by sickness from attending to It ray
self." "Are tliero any other shops in Cin
cinnati except this where ladies oper
"No, this Is the only one, but there
aro lady operators in shops in Detroit,
Philadelphia, Boston and New York."
"How long will it take to tench your
lady pupil to do good and cfliciont
"She ought in six weeks or two
months to shave a man tirst-rato. At
tho rate sho is learning I can make an
artist of her iu that time.
"So she may make good wagos?"
"Yes, sho ought to earn six or seven
dollars per week. It is hard, constant
work, but it is honest and much better
for women who want to bo respectable
than running in tho street and doing
worse." Vtm'inwid Tinies-tSlar.
Greeley and Poe,
A writer In a Utlca, New York lourn
al, says Poo and Greeley occasionally
mot, and the latter often befriended tho
former, for he saw how ill adapted
such a man was to contend with pov
erty. Greeley was born poor, and could
live on a crust; was a typesetter oy
trade, and if he failed as an editor, ho
could fall back on labor. Poo, on tho
other hand, was a bred gentleman, and
had tho high-toned prido cultivated iii
the first families of Virginia. Ho
scorned bis Bohemian associates, and
only poverty kept him from hurling re
proach on his employors. The only
one on whom ho could rely for aid in
any time of distross was Greeley, who
freely shared with him his scanty earn
ings. After Poo's death, thore was a de
mand for his autogrophs, and. among
others, applications wore niado to
"I have a number," was Grooloy's
dry reply, to an appllcaut, 4,whloh you
can have at first cost."
They were Poo's due bill, for loans
varying from ten dollars to twenty-fire
dollars. Greeley afterwards destroyed
them, in preference to exposing the
misfortunes of a Mond.
A Sweet Voioe.
Elocutionary training ia not neces
sary in rendering a voico pleasant and
sweet in finality. Any girl can culti
vate tho cfiost tones if she trios. I know
a girl whose voice Is music Itself who
never took a lesson in elocution in her
lifo. Slio never speaks in a voice of
high pitch, nnd yet every thing she says
is of perfect distinctness. From early
childhood sho lias been trained by hor
mother to speak and to talk, beautiful
lyto express hoVsolf in tho bost and
simplest tvrds tho English language
affords, and always to appreciate the
fact that her voico in conversation
should bo as finely and sweetly attunod
as in singing. 1 think all parents who
tliiuk at all, realize the immense power
of habit of early training. It is al
most as flilllcult to convert a vulgarly
bred young person into an elegant man
or woman, as it would bo to change tho
spots of tho leopard's skin. Repeated
ly havo I seen men nnd women who
havo risen to social eminence by tho
force of character and talent, and who
havo "taken on" much of tho polish of
society, betray at times in their man
ner, and in their conversation, their
choico and pronunciation of words,
their low bred origin. They cannot
wholly overcomo defects of which they
are fully conscious. Fathers and moth
ers may think it silly and foolish and
"hi-fa-lu-tiii," m.iy bo, to talk in the
bost English they can; it may bo so to
themselves, but if they have children
they have no moral right to talk or to
behave in but tho very bost way they
know. It mailers lililo whether they
have money to leave to thoir children,
but it does matter much that they ac
custom thorn to exercise good manners,
so that to bo well mannered will be to
them an everyday garment. A fine
manner and sweet, gracious words, aro
often worth far more to a man than
m t m
Not so last my friend; if you could see
the strong, healthy, blooming men, women
and children that havu been raised from
beds of sickness, suffering and almost
death, by the use of Hop Bitters, you would
say, "Glorious and invaluable remedy."
See another column. Philadelphia Press.
The Ptoiusoii Why.
The toll ic effect of Kidney-Wort is pro
duced by its cleaning and purifying action
on the blood. Where there is a gravelly
deposit in the urine, or milky, ropy uriuo
from disordered kidneys, it cures without
fail. Constipation and piles readily yield
to its cathartic and healing power. Put up
in dry vegetable form or liquid (very con
centrated), either act prompt and sure.
No one can realize, except by personal
experience, the anguish of mind and body
endured by BuffererB from dyspepsia, indi
gestion, constipation, and other diseases of
the stomach, Burdock Blood Bitters aro a
positive cure for this direst ot all diseases.
Price f 1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul G.
Bueklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, fever sores,
e!t.r, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
even-case or money refunded. Price, 25
erts per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'Uaka
Gkay IIaths auk Honorable but their
premature appearance is annoying. Park
er's Hair Balsam is popular for cleanliness
and promptly restoring the youthful color.
Wm. McCartney. 83 Lloyd Street, Buf-
fnl, N. Y., fell and sprained his ankle.
His employer, II. Anderson, !(4 Main
Street, procured some Thomas' Eclcctric
Oil, and he Bays that a few applications
enabled him to go to work as usual. Paul
v. Schuh, Agent.
30 DAYS TRIAL
June 10, 1870.
We will send on thin y days trial
Dr. Dye's Electro-Voltaic
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Sl'KL'lAL ASSKH8M ENT NOTICE. Hl'ECIAL
WAKHANT NO. 1.
Public : notice, la hereby given Hint tho conntv
com t of Alexander cuuniy Iihh rendered juilgment
fur a sierlnl SHsesMnent iipmi property bi-uelltted
bv the lollowiiig liiipriivcinenl, viz: 'he eoiintrtic-
lion and recnnatriict ion orsliteu Hlka In hluckmim
ber 1, 'l a, I. .H, in. II. is. Vu'Xl. vri.ill, iiH. ;w.
l, 11, X. III.4I. '111. il,, IS. I!). Ml. M. M. Ml.
US. nil, 71), VAritynf Cairo.
Itlorka v U. IT, Im, ai, -il. i,. mi. '"I. M. Rtl.
M. 7,1, 83,81, In tho Flint ii.lilllioii tn Ihe r.itv of
('mro. mid block I III the second addition tu the eltv
of Cnirn, n will more fully apiienr Iroin thecerlllli'd
cony oi ino jiiiiaiiient on tile in tin! ntllco of tho
city clnrk ofthe city of Cairo that a wiirrant for tlm
collection of such ameK'imciiN Is In ihu hands of
tint niiiliTHlu'iii'il. All persoiiH Intenieted am here
by notlfled t call and pny lh ainounts anscsscil, hI
tne collector a oince at the Aiexanilor County Hank
within thirty ilnye or th Ut heraol.
THOMAS .1 KKltTIl,
Clly Treamirer nnd Rx-ofticln City Colleclor.
Hilled, thin '."illi liny of Augtixt, 11 .
I'tibllc iiiitliela hereby glvi n tlml ou Ihu '."Mh
day ol September, A, O. IhI. at Kprlnglleld, III.,
an aiipllciitlnu will bo made to the Ilounriitilo Hliel
by M Ciillom, as giivernor ol the stiita ol Illinois
lotuive tho siinleiH-s of.lemes K. .MrLuilghry, who
nt llie.lnly term, A. I). 1H70. of tiio Alexaniler caun
ly circuit court was sentuuccil to Ilia penitentiary
i.l. ,11.,, Ill fi,i hit l.-pin nf Iwi'lvn vimf, rnr I hit
ciminse of burglary, commuted. Wlmn and whern
any puraon opnoseii tosaiu coiiumiiiiiioii enu mi
lieu r and reaisl sulil application n nu sees lit so to
d, . .
Hated llilaiTMliOayof Aiitust. A. 1 Jl.
.1AMKS K. Mi LfVtillUY,
By ANOU8 LKEIvj, .
IIknj. F. Obafton, Htohy D. Ladd
JIalbkht E. Taink.
l.alo Commissioner of Patent,
P A T E H T S
TAINK, GRAFTON & LADD,
Atlornovi at-Law and Solicitor ot America and
413 FIFTH STREET, WASHINUTON, D. 0
rrictloe patent law lu all Kb branr.hca In the
relent Office, end tn the Supreme and Circuit
Court of the United Htate. Pumphlot sent free
ouiuoeipt oi Biautp lor posing,
inritlluv III Marfloma tin ukiAimmA i f......t. .
a lu vrt aad Ha ninloriatilT. Ami htm aol run. auuuTj
Articlea from nnra
Vaaellno uch aa
Vaseline Cold Cream,
vaseline Camphor Zee,
Vaaeline Toilet Boapt,
ararlrt a; llaliaraa.
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaae line internally.
ok fvti 'i-a a inv
of all our goods.
DIXON SPKIiN as.
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It U aituatedln Pope County, Illlnola. in a apnr
of the Otark Mountalna, half way between Vienna
aud Oolconda. lta
Surrounding are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
TCE IN ABUNDANCE. Tho table Ii spread
X with all the dellcaciea of the season. The
waters are mineral, appetising and health giving,
aud their bvnellcial edecta are felt immediately.
Public notice Is hereby given that In pursuance
ol an older and decree made and entered byandln
tin. county court of Alexander county, state of Il
linois, at the Aucust term thereof, 181. In a certain
cause wherein the undersigned aa administrator
ofthfentateof W'llliBin O'Callahnn, deceased, and
administrator with the will annexed of Itlchard
O'Callahan, dor.caaed, vfas petitioner and Thomas
O'Callalmii, Adallne Kennlston and Alfred Math
ews were defendants, tho uudureigited will, on
Wednesday, Ihe 21st day of Heptember, A. D., 1881,
at the hour of two o'clock p. m at the front door
of the court hoime In Cairo, in said county, offer
for salo to tho highest bidder for cash In haud, lot
number four (4) in block number forty (4(1) in said
clly of Cairo, and lot number eeven (7) in block
number nineteen (10), aud lot number forty-two
(IJ) In block number twenty (20), both in the First
nddilion to said city of Cairo.
( aim, III , August gli, In31. Administrator, etc.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUIISTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & OBPJIANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Oiganlwd Jdv lHli, IS77, Umler the Lbwi o
(he JUtonf Illinois. Copyrighted .Inly
il, 11177, UiiiIit At'toft'ongriis.
P. (1. HClll'H President
C. T. Itl'DD Vice Prosidont
J. A. (iOLDSTlNE Treaaurei
J.J, tiuliDON ,, Modieal Adviaer
TIIOMAH 1.KWI8 Hccretarv
JOHN C. WHITE Asslstaut SecruUry
II. LEKII1TON, L. b. THOMAS,
J, V. WHITE, W. F. PITCHER,
J. a. McOAIISY.
IIOAK1I Oi' MANAOEltS: .
Wlllmm Mtrntton, ofStratton ft Bird, wholesale
grocers; Paul O. Hchuh, wholesale and retail drug
Klst: Uamin L-lghton, ro-nmlsln merchant; Jaa.
B. McUaliey, lumber dealer; J, J, Gordon, phys
ician; J. A. (loldstlnu, of Uoldetlne & Koseawater,
Hil...l..la .M Mllull MfUul. .1.1 1A7 n. V
nuvivrniv .uu luwu 1117 m.nitin, w ti, , 11 ill. I IWU
vr, general agent; Henry B. Ellis, city prlntor and
nooa ninnvr; uneaiey naynna, uoopor; J no. C.
wuiio, assistant secretary ana solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer In flour and grain; F. llrosa, presi
dent Alexander County Bank; U. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cyrui Cloro, general
gent; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; I., b, 1 nomas, nroom manniacturer; tv. r.
Kussel, contractor and builder; O. T, Rudd
gent U. Hi. L. N. O. rullaoad;Mce Phillip, csr-
ptiuter; tl. A. Cliumniey, contracior, t.airo, in,
llev. ,1. Hpencer.clorgvman.St Leuls, Mo.; J. 11.
Uethuna, circuit Clcrg, Mississippi county, t. uarioa
ton, Mo. ; J. 11. Moor . lavvver, Commerce, Mo. ;
1. Blngleurv, phval laa, Arlington, Ky. ; J. W.
Tarry, phvilclan, Fiiltou, Kv. t Win. Ryan, farmer,
Murrv. Kv.tA. fltelnbach. manutacturer of lad
dlerv.kvaMvllle, Ind.Hke i Andereon, eecretary
to auperinU-ndont C.Bt. L. A N O. ral road. Jack
aoo.Traa.iJ. 8. Hobertaon, phv.lclan, White
vlllo, Tenn-i Thomaa A. Osborn, harnoai maker,
Bolivar, 1-enn. I Wm. L. Walker, "Dteta Adver
tiling Agrncv.Hollv Springs, Mi.