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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1683.
A Valiublo Dldcorory f ir inpplylna Mnnctlim to
the Human Kjeeni. Klectrlclty and Muttnetljra
nilllced nerer before lor Healing the Kick.
TUB MAUNKTtlN A1TLIAN0K CO."8
JTairnetic Kidney Belt!
FOU MKN 18
WARRANTED TO CURE MN'!
ir lUri'MiEii, the following dlooate without med.
Ir.lne: 1'ain in Till rack, iiifi, iiiauoii l.ixns,
h'KHVOl'l IIKH11.ITV, LUMHAOd, OKMKHAb UKHILITV,
HII11MAT1M, rAKALTAIM, NEUKAUIIA, HCIATIA,
IHIKANI or TUB K1INEV.8I'INALUIMIAES, TO KIM U
uvaii. Gout, Senitnal Kmleelon, Impotency,
A'thina. Heart Oieeate, PvHpopata, Connllpatlon,
Krvaipela, Indirection, llcirnla or Rupture, Cat
arrh, Vile, Kpllepey, Dumb Ague, etc.
When auy debilitv of the (iKNEHATIVB OK
OANS occur, Loot Vitality, Lark of Nerve Freo
and Vigor, Waetlni: Weakm-m, and all tboie Dn
cwe of a personal ualuro, Irom whatever caue,
thecotitiimoiu elreain of nwiietlmn permeating
through the parts, mtint rmlore them to a healthy
action. There I no mistake ahout thla A ppli-
TO THE LADIES: ftS
WeHkne of Iho Spine. Fulling of the Womh,
I.enmrrlupa. Chronic Inflammation or Ulceration
nf the Womb, Incidental lietiiorrhugo or Flooding,
l'alnful, Suppressed and Irrepular Menstruation,
liiirrentien, and Change of I,lfe, this ll the Beet
Appliance and Curative Agent known.
For all loriun of I'emale Ditlicultlea It la nnniir
paed hy anything before inventod, both a a
enrative agent and at a source of power aiid vital
i.iitioti. Price of either Bolt with Magnetic Innoloa, $10,
pent by expre U. 0. 1). and examination al
lowed, or iy man on receipt ol price, in ordering
aeno measure oi waisi ana sue or aaoo. riemii-
tance chu be made lu currency, sent In letter at
The .Magnetic Garments aro adapted to all ages
are worn over the underclothing (mil next to the
ooay iikc ine many inivaiii,'. an-t Electric jitim
huge advertla d o extensively), and ahould be
tak. n off at night. They hold their FOWKK
tuitMtll, ana are Horn at all season or mo
Send ftanui for the "New Departure In Medical
Treatment Without Medicine," with thousand of
THE MAGNETON Al'PMANCR CO.,
'.'1.1 Slate Street, Chicago, III
Not!. Mend one dollar In poionge ala np or
currency (in letter at our riak) witn size ol ahoo
usually worn, and try a imlr of our Magnetic In-
anlea, and he convinced of the power residing in
onr otuer Jiagnelic Appllauce. roalltveiy no
cold feet wheu they are worn, or money refunded.
From these sources nrlao tnree fourths of
the (llseiwes of tho human ruoe. Tbcie
symptoms imliuito tliolraxistenoo: Ixaa of
Appetite, JUotvela cuattve, Hick Head
ache, fullneaa after eating, averalon to
cierUon of body or mind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
aplrlU, a feeling of having neglected
amne duty, "liilueaa, Fluttering at the
Ileart, IU before the eye, hlslilv col
ored Urine, t ONTHAT10iv" and de.
nianrt tho use of a remedy that acts directly
onthoMvur. AsaLlvor modlcino TVTT'H
PI iXS have no equal. Their action on tho
KiiiuoyanndSkln IhiiIho prompt ; removing
nil Impurities tlirough those three " tvmrl
ngera of the aytum," producing appe.
tlt!, sound digestion, ti'gulnr stoola, a clear
Hkiniuid a vigorous body. Tl'TT'S PILLS
cniwe no nausea or griping nor Interfere
With dully work and m o a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
IIE FEELS LIKE A NEW MAW.
' vo had Dyaimpaia, with ConsUpa
tlon.two years, and linvo. tried ten different
kinds of pills, and TUXT'S are tho flrat
that have done me any good. They have
cleaned uie out iileoly. My appetite la
aplondld, food dlgetjts readUy, and I now
Lave nutund pawmiros. 1 fol like a new
man." W. 1). KDW ARDS, I'aluiyra, O.
Holdeverywhore.afto. OIHce,44 Murray8t.,N.T.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Ghat Hair ok Wiiirkkrs changed in
stantly to aciU)H8Y Ulack hy a single ap
plication of this Dvk. tiold by Iliwgiste.
or aelit by express tin rec eipt of $ 1, -,
0111ee,44 Murray Street, New York
jntTT'8 M AN, ALOF USEFIL-RECEIflLf Blf-
1TEA11 this, alt ye people, and give car
--ull ye iuvalids of tho world, Hop Bitters
will make you well and to rejoice.
2. It bhull cure all the people and put
sickness and Bulkruiir under toot.
3. liu thou uot afraid when your family
ia'sick, or you liaveBrii;ht'Bdisea80or Liver
Complaint, for lion Bitters will euro you.
4. Both low and hih, rich and poor
know tho value ol Hop Bitters for billions,
nervous and Uhciiiuutic complaints.
0. CleatiHU mo with Hup Bitters and I
shall nave robust an 1 blooming health.
C. Add disease upon disrasi! and let the
worst come, I am safe if I use Hop Bitters
7. For all my life have I been pliiL'ued
with sick rees and sores, and not until a year
arjo whs I cure.i, by Hop Bitters.
8. lie that kcciieth his bones from ach
iny from llliHiinutism and Neuralgia, with
Jiop Bittern, (liielli wisely.
U. lliouli thou hast sores, pimples,
freckles, salt rheum, erysipelas, blood poi
soning, yet Hop Hitters will remove them
10. What woman is there, feeble and
sick from female complaints, who desireth
not heal th und u.seth Hop Bitters and is
11. Let not neglect to use Hop Bitters
bring on serious Kidney und Liver coin
plaints. 12. Keep the tongue from being furred,
thy blood pure, and thy stomach Irom
indigestion by usihg Hop Bitters.
115. All my puitis and aches and disimno
go like chair before the wind when I use
14. Mark the mm who was nearly dead
and given up by the doctors, after using
Hop Bitters b"cometh well.
15. Ce.'i!! from worrying about nervous
ness, general debility, und urinary trouble,
for Hop Bitters will reatoru you.
ha valued ao ctivlahle
r filiation mherever
known, dlnplncitig all
other preparation,, An
article of undoubted
IS NOT A
LIQUIO OK 8NUFK
When abanrlied It eff.-et nally cleanael th naaal
raaaaiifa of virua caualiiK healthy ancretlohi,
t alia) a li flainniai bin, prolerta the n ain
branal II lua of the head from addiilutial
cold, rorapleHly beal. the a ires and reatoru, the
auc. of taatv and atnell. lleueO' lal remit, ar
ral!al b a fw aiiplli atloti..
A TIIOftOlMiH THKAIMKNTWIUtTBR.
Unequaled for (.'old lo (he Head, lluartaclia and
DaafnuM, or anr kind of uiueoua memhratial Irrlta
tloo. Hitud for circular. Ht mall, prepaid M) e.
a package atampa received. Hald by all wliolo
sal anir retail drtisfflata.
VlI yCKKAli 1JALM CO.,Owego, M. T.
Tlic Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO. 78 0010 LEVEE.
OFFICIAL FAPKH OK ALKXANDJJK COUNTY.
KNTEHK1) AT TUB CAIHO roSTOKKICK Foil
TRANHUISRION TIlllOUGU THE MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATER.
An ligg factory,
"Do you mean to say that you nindo
that cp;r without tho assistance- of rt
hen?" linked n reporter of a Newark
"Yes," ho replied, and if you wish 1
will show you something of our process.
Ho led nie through a room in w hich
thero were stored boxes upon boxes of
offfjs, and into another largp, cool vooni
in tho roar. Kvorything was clean and
neat. Several Btriingo-lookinjr wooden
machines, totally unliko anything I
liad ever seen, stood in different parts
of tho room. Six or seven men were
operating the machinery, which moved
noiselessly and with great rapidity. I
followed my conductor to ono end of
the apartmont, whero there were three
largo tanks or vats. Ono was tilled
with a yellow compound, tho second
with a starchy mixture, and tho other
was covered. Pointing to theso tho pro
prietor said: "Those contain tho yelk
mixture and tho white of egg. Wo
empty tho vats every day, so you can
judge of tho extent of the business al
ready'. Let me show you ono of tho
machinos. You seo they arc divided
into different boxes or receptacles. Tho
first and second are the yelk and white.
Tho next is what wo term tho skin-machine,
and tho last one is tho sheller,
with drying trays. This process is tlio
result of many years of experiment and
expense. I first conceived tho idea af
ter making a chemical analysis of an
egg. After a long timo I succeeded in
making a very good imitation of an egg.
I then turned my attention to making
tho machinery, and tho result you seo
for yoursolf. Of course, it would not
be policy for me to explain all the
mechanism, but I'll give you an idea of
tho process. Into tho first machine is
put the yelk mixture"
"What is that?" I asked.
"Well, it's a mixture of Indian meal,
corn-starch and several other ingredi
ents. It is poured into the opening in
a thick, mushy state, and is formed hy
tho machine into a ball and frozen. In
this condition it passes into tho other
box, whero it is surrounded by tho
white, which is chemically tho samo as
the real egg. This is also frozen, and
bv a peculiar rotary motion of tho ma
chine an oval shapo is imparted to it,
and it passes into the next receptacle,
where it receives the thin, filmy skin.
After this it has only to go through tho
sheller, whero it gets its last coat in tho
shapo of a plaster of pans shell, a trillo
thicker than tho genuine article. Then
it goes out on tho drying trays, whero
the shell dries at once and the insido
thaws out gradually. It becomes, to
all appearances, a real egg."
"How many eggs can you turn out
in a day?"
"Woil, as wo aro running now wo
turn out a thousand or bo every hour."
"Why, bless your soul, yes. Wo can
not fill one-half our orders. All wo can
mako now aro taken hy two Now York
wholesale grocers alone. We charge
$13 tier thousand for theni, and they
retail at all prices from 12 to 'M cents
per dozen. Wo sell only to wholesale
houses. I supposo plenty of those eggs
are eaten in Newark as well as in oth
er places. They nro perfectly harm
less, and as substantial and wholesome
as a real ogg.
"Can they bo boiled?"
"O yes;" and ho called ono of tho
men. "Here, Jim, boil this gentleman
"Can thoy bo detected?" I inquired,
while the bogus ogg was heinar boiled.
"I hardly think that anybody would
bo likely to observo any difference un
less ho happened to bo well posted, as
they look and taslo like tho real thing.
Wo can, bv a little flavoring, mako
them taste like goose or duck eggs, of
course altering the size. They will keep
for years. That ono you h:ive just calen
was nearly a year old. They never
spoil or become rotten, ami, being
harder and thicker in their shells, they
will stand shipping better than real
eggs. Wo calculate that in a few years
we will run the hens of tho country
clean out of business, as oleomargarine)
lias driven out butter. -Ac iork Sun.
Teat of a Jersey Frjg.
The funniest frog ever heard of is llm
into in the Mijuarium and show w indow
at jMelick's saloon in Main si reel. We
have recorded the exploit of his froship
in swallowing twocauaiy birds and an
ai tempt lo put away a sniffed bird, hut
his latest feat of gormandizing was to
swallow a young alligator a foot long,
which was ono of iiis aquatic compan
ions. A few days ago some one outside
the window noticed that ho was going
through Nome tpieer motions, and upon
closer inspection found that he had tak
en in the alligator only the end of the
tail protruding from his mouth. War
ren Martin was notified, and after con
siderable effort ho was made todisjrorgo
his dainty repasi. The liule "alley"
does not appear to bo any the worse for
his Jonah-like experience. If the two
reptiles are left together there will come
a time when the alligator wiil be able
to return the compliment; but should
Mich an event occur, the frog may not
be returned as easy its the alligator was.
Halt leu; Jh m on rut.
A Siinablo Town.
Chicago covers an area of r. early
thirty-six square miles, or ;I2,"0i) acres.
Thero aro 7'J acres in public parks;
a7J acres in tho river, Its branches, the
slips and tho Illinois and Michigan ca
nal. Tho streets of tho city measure
661 miles, aro known bv lib? names,
and cover f,2(M) acres. Ahout W, miles
of the Htreets aro paved (principally
with wooden blocks). There are 7.''(3
miles of sidewalks, 1137 miles of public
sewers and 4MJ miles of water pipes
(mains). Thero aro about twenly-nino
miles of river frontage (counting both
sides), and twelvo miles of slips and
I'lislus, making forty-one miles of water
frontago In tho Inner harbor. There
are thirty-two bridges fn the city, that.
cost an average or auoiu 2.i,lw t.U,,t
and elifhleen viaducts, ranging in co-t
(lorn MU.OOO to t2J ),000 each.
Thuusdav evening, Oct. 18, 1883.
The heaviest rain of this fall visited this
section early this morning lasting several
hours. It was accompanied by vivid light
ening and heavy thunder.
Tho rivers aro rising steadily. Tho frost
has uot yet been severe enough to nip tho
plants exposed to it, and tho weather is
growing much warmer.
FLOUR The maikct continues dull and
lifeless; sales are only in a small way.
II AY There is a good stock offering and
small demand and that only for choice.
The market is full of damaged hay that
can not be sold at any price.
COBN Very scarco and in active request
with firm prices.
OATS Scarce; in active demand. Prices
are firm and advancing.
MEAL In light supply and fair de
mand. BRAN The market is bare and demand
BUlTER-RcceiptsJIof choice aro fair
and demand good. Common is plenty and
EGOS Scarco and wanted l718c
CHICKENS Quieti except for choice
largo young and hens. The market contin
ues fairly supplied.
APPLES-Tho market is full stocked
and sales are slow. The demand is entire
ly for choice shipping stock.
TOTATOES Easy and unchanged.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The prlcea here Riven are for tale from
flrat hand a In round lota. An advance le
Ichareed for broken lotainfllllneordera.
son bills various grades 3 603A 00
aw bbla choice 4 90
M0 bbla extra fancy i 40
1 car gilt edge
4 cara choice
1 car irood prime
1 car choice mired.
1 car mixed in bulk..,
1 car white In balk
I car choice , in bnlk ..
3 can mixed in balk.
'i cure in sacks ,
No. 2 Hed. uerbti ...
No. 'i Medlieranean.
loo bbla (Mtv on ordora.
200 bbla City
600 potinda choice Northern .
Mm ponnds choice Northern dairy....
400 pound Southern 111a, fresh
lou poitnda creamery
10 x) dozen.
coops mixed young .... .. .M.H
licnnim luree vounit
II coops old hens 2 SOQ.'I
IVr bhl choice Hen Davie
" ' Home Beauty
I' ho I oo yellow.,
Potatoes per hush HvatO
Potatoes per Itbl 1
10 Cratea, according to size V OOftll r,o
I'lue tiuwashed U&
Plain Immi nont
H. c. Iliinia IS
Clear aides H
.. 1 (0
l!'i bushel burlap),
5 bushel '
1)1(1 Kl) KUUIT.
Peaches, halves and ijuanors
Calf, Oreen ,,,
Dry Flint choice
Itry HmI ! iMiitNi4tMittittttttMMt
(TUMD ttlilt.l,M MHHMMiMIIMIIIMIMM i It MM I
I 'I urn Ureon mm
I MtMIMMaii MMHrthtlll
Hhixp ivitu, irruon
Damped Uldui I llttNHt III MMM IIMI
Common Luk $j m
Good Iuki 4 fjU.t 5 l
-'OwLeaf 4 7fXi4 5 00
medium ieai... n fviO 7 fu
OorLcaf. 7 9 '0
KATB8 OK FKBIGHT.
Oram Hay Flour Pork
Vcwl. Vcwt. KUIbl, Jhbp
Men Phi 12 If, ,
.v Orleans, v 'it 81 50
Helena, Ark 17U H5 W
Klinoaton, Mlsa tlV, H7 45 07W
Vlckaburu, Prlntesa Uouae, ii'c. per cwt., auj
ea. per hbl. higher.
All other wa points below Memphis to NeOr
cna, samo ratei aa to Kllnestou.
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MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
JjJUREKA! EUREKA 11
SUBSTITUTE FuR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & OKPIIANS'
Mutual Aid Societv
Organized Julv lUh, 1877, 1'nder the Lawa o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Jul
9, 1877, luiler Act of Congrew.
JAS. S. McCAUEY President
J. II. HOHINSON 1st Vice-President
M. PHILLIPS 2nd Vice-President
J. A. UOLOSTINB Treasurer
""'plnu MuJical Adviser-
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
ED. II. WUI'I'K Assistant Kecretajy
KXKUUTIVK CO MM ITT K K.
Wm. F.PITCHKit. L, S. THOMAS,
W. C. JOCELYN, F.VINCENT,
WILL T. KKDBL'HN.
J, A. Gnldstlne, of (ioldstlne & Hosenwaler, whole
sale and relml drv good, etc.; Jaa. S. Metiahey,
lumber dealer; Wrn. F. Pitcher, general airent ;
Albert Lewis, dealer in flour and Kraln; 1.. 8.
Thomas, bricklayer; Mosea Phillips, contractor
and builder; 11. A. Chnmbley, grocer: 'j'ho.
Lewis, secretary and attorney-at-law; . II.
Mareau, Ilimnjpathlc physician; II. Ha der, of
Sander Hon. L'roc.er: U. II Balrd, street super
visor; Kd II. White, ass't aec. W. tU.M, A. So
ciety; J. W. Spier, lumber and aaw-tnlll; K. L.
Oernlgon, barber; K. K. Dietrich, clerli W., St. L.
& P. K. It.; M. Kobler. merchant tailor: .left M.
Clark, dealer in wall-paper and window shades; ..
E. Knulish, contractor and builder; WiUT. P.ud
burn, of Morse & Redbiirn, cigar manufacturers ;
r. Vincent, dealer In lime ami cement; I, A.
Phelps, photournpher; W. C. Jocelyn, dentist; S
H. Taher. mfg. jeweler; J. II. Hohlnson, J. P. and
notary public; J.fS. Petrle, physician; II. V.
Hoetwick, Insurance agent; B. K. .larlioe, forenuin
St. Oas mains, and K H. Walhridge, lumber and
saw-mill, of Cairo; II. Leighton, cashier Nut.
Bank, Stuart, Iowa; Itcv. K. A. Wllkeraou, Prvur
burg, Ky.; J.W. Tarry, phYlclan.Kulton, Ky.
Mayor Thomas. W. Hallntay.
Treasurer Cnatli a F. Nellis
Clerk -Dennis. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. B (illliert.
Vlarshal L, H.. Meyers,
Mtornev William Hendricks.
Police Magistrate A. Comings.
soaitn or Ai.DBHa
Kirst Ward Wm.McHale, Harry Walker.
Serorid Ward- Jesae IliuklH, (.'. N. Hughes,
I'hird Ward H. F. Hluke, Kg .en Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charles O. Pallcr, Adoiph Swo
Cilt'n Ward Clias. Lancaster, Henry Stout.
rAIItt) BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and PopUr
J streets; preaching every Sunday mo'iilngand
nleht at unial houra. Prayer meeting Wedue-
day ulght; Suuduy avhool. V:M a.m.
itev. a. w. .iioaua, j'astor.
pllfKCH OF Til E KKDKEMKH (Bplaropal
J Fourteenth street; Sunday 7HH)a m., Holy
Communion 10:30a. m.. Morning Prayers 11a. in.
Sunday school 8 p. m., evening I'rayers 7:2" p.m
F. P l uvenport, H. T. B. Hector.
f.MKST MISSION ART BAPTIST CHUKCH.
V I'n a hlng Rt 10 fifl a. n.., 3 p. m., and 7:30 p. m,
Sabbath echool at 7:30 p. m Rev. T. J. Shores,
L'THKHAN-TblrteeLth atreet; service hab
1 j haib 1 ;3H a. m.; Sunday school 2 p.m. liov.
i.nppe, past jr.
MK'IIIODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets,
Preaching Sabbath ll:Ul. m. and 7 :30 p. m.
nnday cllot.l at 3:00 p. m. itev. J. A. Hcarrett.
IjKKHIiYTKHIAN Klghth treet; preaching on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. rr.. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
neeting Wednesday at 7:3') p.m.; Sunday Hc.huo)
it3r-ni. Itev B. V. Oeore, pastor.
ST .IOSKI'II S--tRoinan Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnut ttreeta; service Sabbath 10:80 a.
ii.; Sunday School at 8 p. m.; Vespers 3 p. m.; ser
nceseverydnyat8a.nl. Hov. O'llara, Priest.
ST. PATIUCK'H-H Unman Catholic) Corner Ninth
s'r:et and Washington avenne; services Sab
Bath Band 10a. m.; Vespers 8 p. m.; Sunday School
t p. m. service every dny at S a.m. Rev. Miwloiieis
Slnleor Illinois, 1 In the Alexander County
, s-(,ireult Court, Feburary
Alexander County, Term A. D. 181.
In Chancery Sitting.
Klleu Campbell, coirplalnant,
Hughy Campbell, defendant.
Bill lu Chancery for Divorce,
The above named defendant la hereby notified
that aid complainant, an the Kith day of July,
IHhil, flleil In said cotirt a certain bill in chancery
for divorce i against you, and that alia summon
has Issued thereon roiurnablo on tho drat day of
the next term of said court, to ho hidden at the
court house lu Cairo, on tho second Monday of
Cairo, 111., Sept. 27th. A . T). ISS.1.
, , A LKX . H.IKV1N, Clerk.
Mulkey & Lock, Complainant' Solicitor.
Notlre Is hereby given that on Wednenlay tho
31nl (lay of October next, betweeu the hour of 10
o'clock In the forenoon and 6 o'clock in the after
noon of said dav, at the lata icsldenco of Peter
Stoltenberg, alias Pt ter Htolman, dccuacd,ln the
city of Cairo, county of Alexander and atatu oi llll.
mils, the personal property of said decedent, con
sis log of t wagon, 4 mules, t cart, house and
shod, 8 wheelbarrow, I grind-stone, 8 shovels, 1
lot tools, I bit shingle and lumber, I plow, I bar
row, 4u Are door 1 lot fencing wire, 1 lot harness,
1 lot hot bed sash, 1 lot trunk, 1 pump and pipes,
1 old stove, 1 chair, 1 lot glass, 1 mud wheel,
fenre and rails, implement, and other article,
will he sold at public sale.
TKKMS OF BALtti-Purchate of los than five
dollars to b paid In hand ; fur that amount and
over, on a credit of six month, the purchaser giv
ing uo'o, with approved seeurliy,
ADOLP1I SWOBOIM, Administrator.
Dated Cairo, III., September UHth, 1883,
UltKKN AUIL13EKT, Attorney.
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