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THE 0A1LY 0A1IIO BULLETIN i SATURDAY MORNING JULY 12, 1681.
The Daily Bulletin.
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mr.BnRI.r IN ADVANCE.
Ail Cornranulcatious should be i addressed to
K. A. jHHrj.ll,
Publisher and Proprietor.
Frr-mli Ami Knalinh Cooking.
Tho theories of Ihu Frcnob nnd En
clish cooks vary vory widely. Tho form
er contend thai all solid meats should bo
subjected to a lonfr, though gradual,
action of heat, so that nil tho fibrous
parts niav be thoroughly cookod, nnd
thus lcavo but little work, according
to their views, for the digestive organs
to perform. The English cook, on tho
other hand, allows but litllo timo iu
his roasting and broiling processes,
or even in boiling, r.d declares
that in any other plan tho genuiuo
flavor of the moat is destroyed or lost.
Auother notable dill'eranco lies in
thoir appreciation of llavors. Tho
French cook can niako nil almost end
less variety of these .from tho samo
meat, in neither of which will tho
original one, belonging to tho meat
itself, bo recognized. Tho English
rook takes a directly opposite view.
With him no llavor can bo invented
which can approach that of tho meat
The flavor of this must not bo moddlcd
with. Whether beof, or mutton, or
lamb, or game is to bo the dish, that
process is tho best which can keep tho
llavor of each distinct and distinguish
able over and abovo any sauce or condi
ment that may accompany it. Indeed,
no sauco that a French cook could con
coct could possible etiual, according to
tho notion of tho Englishman, tho juico
oozing from a nicely roastca joint or
rib when 6liccd by tho carver. There
is another difference and one in which
wo think tho Frenchman has tho best
Bide of tho arsument, anil this is in
point of economy. Tho French cook,
in all his processes, wastes nothing.
Everything is of uso to him; and much
that would bo thrown awny by tho
English cook as of no valuo, the French
with his ingenuity and Bkill succeeds in
transforming into tasty dishes, lioth
methods, however, havo their advan
tages, and wo think a iudicious com
filiation of tho two forms tho best
gystom of cookery. The Caterer.
Au Industrious Tramp.
Tho other day a tramp walked in
to a Carson yard and asked for
day s work trimming trees, assuring
tho man of tho house that an ol
pair of pants or a square meal would
bo considered a sullicient equivalent
for tho iob. iho man who owned
tho premises was a philanthropic
follow and fished up an old pair of
pants in a few moments, at tho same
timo setting tho stranger to work
mauling tho wood-pile. Whilo thus
engaged tho children got around him
and were dazzled witJi the pictures of
somo angels in red nnd blue nnd a lot
of Btreet-anchors and mermaids tat
tooed on his arms. They soon learned
the stormy history of his life. Ho had
been a sailor in the Caribean, Caspian,
and Polar Seas, and after giving a
f raphic account of his tiger-hunts in
ndia, his wrestles with gorillas in
Africa, and his great catch-as-catch-can
match, Quecnsberry rules, with a boa
constrictor in south America, it is but
to add that ho commanded the entire
respect nnd attontion of the nudionce.
When the wood-pile had been sufficient
ly splintered he announced that tho
hospitality ho had received called for
more work, and there seaming to be
nothing special in sight ho expressed
himsolf uneasy unless he was shown
something more. One of the children
asked him if ho would put somo
pictures on her as he had on his arms.
He said ho could, and in a twinkling
produced tho necessary paraphernalia.
Tho children wero simply delighted
and almost had a riot disputing over
the lirst choice. I?y 4 o'clock iu tho
evening ho had two young boys, aged
4 and 7, and a baby all covered over
with pictures of South-American
scenery, hearts, sheet-anchors, and
Italian sunsct3, besides making engage
ments with twelve of tho neighbors'
children and enough prospective jobs
to last him a week. When last seen
ho was leaving tho premises in front of
a shotgun and bulldog. Carson (NeV.)
Worse Than Dynamite.
'These dynamite explosions over in
England," said tho sleeping-car con
ductor. "remind mo of an old woman
and a iug of veast. tSho got on nt
small station out beyond Srcubenville,
cam in sr. a gallon iug in her hand,
which she told mo contained a fine
quality of home-made yeast. It was
well corked and tied, and the old lady
carried it to her berth with her, takin
as much care of it as if it had been
babv. An hour or so later, when
evervbodv was asleep, thcro was tho
most tremendous explosion ever heard
in a sleeping-car, aud all tho neighbors
of tho woman had a shower-bath of
the frothy mult' from tho shattered jug.
It was dark, and they thought they
were covered with their own blood.
Such screaming you never heard, and
tho old woman herself was the most
frightened of the lot. The shaking of
tho car had madothc yeast livelier than
dynamite, and the extra heavy lurch
had set it oil. I he bed-clothes of f jur
sections had to be changed."
" Last week a book agent went into
Dudley & Fowlo s furniture houso in
Detroit, and Mr. Dudley was very bny
'Ah ahom, smiled tno agent witl.
bow and a gronsy smile, "can I m e the
proprietor briefly?" "Ves, sir, I nm
one of tho proprietors," replied Mr. It.,
leaving his customer. "I am very
busy, but what can I do for you?''
"Ah. I havo Danto's 'Inferno' "
"Wcll.I'd adviso you to go and sco a
doctor at once," and Mr. D., left tho
agent standing with his mouth open
and paspiug for breath. Merchant
2'ravclkr,' . . .
I.nulivlPo Lawyers' 1'ccs.
"The largest fee ever paid to a mem
ber of the Louisville bar, so far as lev
er heard," said a prominent lawyer re
cently, "was something over $80,000.
J. B.'Stowart was tho lucky man, aud
up to that timo ho was considered a
very ordinary practitioner, but that feo
made his fame and fortune. Ho was
counsel in a suit brought about 1852 or
18,ri3, I do not remember which, to set
aside tho deeds to all that property of
which Cave Hill and New llroadwny is
now a part. Ho engaged Judgo Hob
crtson, nnd, I believe, Henry Clay, to
assist him. They won tho suit, and af
ter ho had divided with them ho had a
corufortablo fortuno left for his own
feo. Ho is now in Washington and is a
"Another big fee was paid to Judges
Harlan nnd Wood by William Wil
liams, Jr., in a suit by him to sot asido
a resulting trust mado by him to his
father. Tho caso was a vory remarka
ble one, and tho decision, which was
in favor of tho plaintiff, while it recog
nized tho statute in regard to resulting
trusts, established tho doctrine of oral
trusts. I think tho caso is reported in
yth Hush, nnd I remember that I once
won a caso in liullitt county on tho pre
cedent established by tho decision.
Tho feo iu this caso amounted to $30,
000." A bigger feo than either of theso was
onco received by n Louisvillo lawyer,
however. Tho lucky man was Colonel
Rob Woolley, nnd tho client who paid
it was uen. bimon 15. huckner, who
was such a strong candidate for gov
ernor last year. Before the war Gen.
lJuckner was an olhccr in tho regular
army. Ho owned a largo amount of
real cstato in Chicago. As soon as hos
tilities began ho went south, and when
it was over ho came out with tho stars
of a licutouant general. To save his
property from confiscation ho mado it
over in trust to a friend. When tho
war was over some hitch camo up and
ho found himself unable to reclaim it.
A million dollars was involved nnd tho
general brought suit. Col. Woolley
was liis counsel, and after a hard strug
gle the general's property was restored
to him L-y duo process of law. Colonel
Woolley received $100,000 as his feo iu
tho case, mid is probably tho largest
one ever received by a Louisvillo htw
ycr. Louisville Courier-Journal.
A Kaiu In Cuba.
A rain in Cuba is a sight worth see
ing. Au American traveler on a train
between Mantanzas aud Havana de
scribes what tho natives call an ordi
nary shower. "Tho sun was blazing
down," ho says, "tho cattle wero pant
ing in tho shade of bushes and build
ings, and tho breeze that played across
tho cane fields was an aggravation.
Tho cars had pulled up at a station.
Fiop, camo something liko a bucket of
wnter;splash sounded another fall of
rain; iiop, Hop, splash, camo moro gi
gantic drops, and then tho heavens
opened and tho raius descended and
tho Hoods camo in a Planner most
startling to a New Yorker, who remem
bers tho ono or two fierce rains at homo
during tho summer, and is bound to
admit that tho severest of them would
not rank as a ge'luiino drizzle in com
parison with litis shower. Down camo
tho rain in ono vast sheet, not with tho
patter or tho beating sound tnai rain
sometimes has. but with tho roar nnd
unbrokeu splash of tho milldam's turn-
Wing waters, n an camu w mo suu-
ouds. In that timo the lionzan ran in
ward until the outer limits of vision
formed a circlo smaller than Howling
Lireen. Thcro wero no intervening
slanting lines of rain drops, lhero
were layers instead. When tho wind
was still, ono could seo tho rain falling
in flat sheets. When tho wind aroso
tho strata of water in tho air waved
and trembled or broko and blended.
Without interruption camo tho two ac
companying sounds tho rush and roar
in tho air aud mo spiasiuug uu iuo
orouud. Enormous palm branches
camo tumbling down, two or three at a
time, nnd, strikiug closo to tho cars,
floated down tho railroad cutting, for
tho ground could not begin to absorb
tho water as it fell, and so it roso and
deepened abovo ground until tho train
stood in a lake, into which water from
tho higher level poured over tho edges
of iho shallow road-cutting." mis
ruin lasted twenty minutes. Tho sun
n-ain shone brightly, and proceeded to
drink up tho flood that had been pour
fjifo in the Idaho Mines.
At tho summit thero is a half-way
house where, in a cabin half hidden in
tho snow, ono may for $3 get a chanco
to stand around a smoky liro nil night
nnd eat supper and breakfast of bacon,
bread aud coil'ee. A saw-mill, which
started two months ngo, is lying m
nieces along tho trail, us owner in a
hopeless condition of mind and a help
less condition of saw-mill. I'ho Belk
nan people boast that they will havo a
road aud that they nro to havo tho con
tract for carrying the mail; but it is my
opinion that they canuot make tho
road within six months, and that they
know nothing as to what will bo dono
about tho mail. Now, letters nrnvo
by two special messengers and cost 60
ceuts apicco. Ono of these messengers
brings letters from tho postoflico at
Fort Co.'iir d'Aleno and tho other brings
for Wells, Fargo & Co. Tho lirst
United States service will bo an exten
sion from I'oair d'Aleuo, and this will
not begin for two or threo weeks. Con
vincing evidence of tho condition of
theso trails may be found in tho fact
that to-day thero is a placard in front
of one of tho stores which reads: "Fifty
men wanted to bring freight from tho
summit." I went in aud asked if any
men had been found.
"No, sir," said, tho store keeper, as
ho marked $2 .VJ on a small jar of
"What do you offer to pay?"
"Light eeuts a pound.
"How far is it?"
So that it will bo seen that, whilo
Eaglo lias within, its irregular boun
daries men iu plenty who beg half dol
lars with which to buy "grub." it has
few if any who will go about this work.
Cor. Hun F murium Chroniek,
Dr. W. Chandler Koberts, in a So
ciety of Arts lecture has stated that
tho gold coinage of Great Britain is es
matod to coubist of not less than 700
tons of au alloy of gold and copper.
The Woman Who neat Ford Ward.
"I'm a smarter man that Ferdinand
Ward," said a young business man.
down town yesterday. "My wifo, who
has got more senso than a dozen men,
heard about tho big prolits that Grant
A Ward paid their customers and kept
at mo until 1 put $500 into thoir gov
ernment contracts. Pretty soon I drew
out $1,000. Then I put it back, aud
thero came out $1,500. Back this went,
and out $'-000. This seemed liko pick
ing black Lorries. Back it went, aud
out it camo again, just as natural, and
so I sent it back again, and it doubled
tho whole business doubled. It beat
any gamo I ever saw, and I havo tried
them all. Why, if a roasted pig with
a knifo and fork stuck in its back had
come beforo a hungry man ho couldn't
havo been moro surprised. I put it all
in again, and tho bigger it got the moro
it scorned to grow. It was just liko
rolling off a log. All I had to do was
to put tho money back, and out it camo
increased every time. Well, it went
along, and my wifo nnd I wero tremen
dously excited. It was bettor than a
horso raco with tho racers neck and
nock on tho last quartor. At last my
$500 had grown to $10,500. Then my
wifo said: "Take out that $10,000. It's
my speculation, and I claim that mon
ey. We will havo a brown-stono houso
beforo next Sunday." I told her sho
was crazy, and I was never so mad at
her in my life. Sho insisted that we
should take our prolits and leave in tho
original capital. Thero was a level
head for you. I seo it all now, but I
felt very " sheepish when I called on
Grant & Ward for my $10,000. I told
Ward his business beat anything that
human brain ever conceived, and that
1 was sorry I had to tako tho money;
that I thought my wifo was about tho
biggest gooso that ever lived; that sho
didn't know tho alphabet of specula
tion, but that it couldn't bo helped. I
expressed my determination to leave in
tho original capital, and promised him
that I would never draw it out until ho
said so." "Has ho ever said so?"
"Not yet. He still has got the orig
inal capital, but 1 havo been smart
enough to beat his gamo out of $9,500."
"And your wife?"
"Well, she lias got the brown-stono
house." New York, Hint.
Telegraphing with tho Teeth and
J. T. Norris, of Springfield, O., tho
detective, does a trick that probably no
other man in the country cau imitate.
Ho takes a silver coiu.usualiy a dollar,
nnd places it on his tongue between his
teeth. With his tongue ho strikes it
against his teeth with tho sound of a
telegraphing instrument, tho opening
nnd closing of tho circuit being exactly
imitated. Norris used to bo an opera
tor, nnd by means of tho coin can tele
graph words so distinctly that any tel
egrapher can easily read tho message.
In this manner ho telegraphed fifty
words a minute. A lt publican roport
ur wrote out a message on a Western
Union blauk, and handed it to tho de
tective. Tho two operators in charge
at the Southern took down the words
ns fast as Norris produced them with
tho coin. Tho luessago was rapidly
sounded nud written down nnd all tureo
copies coincided exuctly. Mr. Norris
can stand up beforo a telcphono, and in
this novel manner telegraph a message
which nny telegrapher can read with
great facility. But the most wonderful
thing is to sec him tolegraph with his
eyelids. Tho dots and dashes of the
telegraphic alphabet ho indicates by a
more or less rapid opening aud shut
ting of tho eyelids. In this manner ho
can converso with an expert without
uttering a sound. Louis Ilepubli
can. The Legend of the Golden Fleece.
Mrs. General Lew Wallaco, in a pa
per entitled "Sailing Up tho Bosphor
us," contributed to tho Independent,
gives tho following as tho explanation
tho disonchantcrs offer for tho myth of
tho Golden Fleece:
From tho side of tho frosty Caucasus
thorc runs a river with gold-bearing
sand, onco a very Pactolus for wealth
to its owners. It lios on tho southorn
coast of tho desolate rainy sea, which
was tho torror and despair of primitivo
navigators. The country of old was
subject to depredations of covetous
priuoes and barbarian hordes, and tho
famous water-courso, glowing with
grains of gold, was guarded woll for
its estimable treasure. So rich a mine,
not in narrow fissures, but a sparkling
flood, naturally bocauio tho resort of
speculators by land and sea. Its valuo
was noised abroad through the length
of tho Mediterranean countries, and its
possession was tho subject of many a
bloody struggle. Anciently, and even iu
historic times, tho unskilled niiucrs of
Colchis, shepherds through many gen
erations, uscdio lay a sheopskin in tho
bed of tho shallow stream, which wo
would hardly call a river. Tho wool
caught and hold tho shining sand in its
thick mat; it was then hung upon a
tree, and, when dried, tho particles of
preciot's dust wero shaken out; aud lo!
you havo the whole fablo of tho Golden
m i m
A New York woman has left her hus
band a large fortune on condition that
ho shall remain single. Happiness
does conio in double doses occasionally.
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Lumbauo. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
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Half Out of His Head.
''!lesed be tho man,' saM Don Quixote's weary
equlre, "who Invented sleep." Sanyo's gratitude
is ours, but what if oneennnot for any reason enjoy
that excellent Invention ? "Nervousness In me
had become a disease," writes Sir. William Cole
man, the well known wholesale druxgift of Buffalo,
"I conld not sleep, and my nlfhta woro either
passed In that sort ol restlessness wnicn nearly
crazes a man, or in a kind of stup r, haunted by
tormenting dream'. Iiuviuit taken Takkeh's
Tonic for other troubles, I tried It alstt for thlB.
The result both su prised and delighted n e. Sly
nerves were toned to concert pitch, and like Oear'a
fat men, I fell Into the ranks oi those who sleep o'
nights. I should add that tho Tonic speedily did
away with the condition of general dcbt.it and
dyspepsia occasioned by ray previous sleeplessness,
and gave me strength and perfect digestion. In
brief, tbe use ol the Tonic thoroughly re establish
ed my health. 1 have used Taukkii's Tonic with
entire success fur sea-sickness and for the bowel
disorders incident tooceun voyages
llilf preparation nas horetolore been known as
Pahkbh t Oini. eh Tonic. Hereafter it will be ad
verlised and sold under thu came of Taukkii's
Tcnic omitting the word "ginger." IIikcox&Co.
are mduceu to uiako Hub change by the ac.ion of
u t nucipled dealers w no have for years d 'Ciived
their customer by substituting inferior prepara
tions under the name of ginger. We drop the
misleading word all the moro wllllnply, as ginger
is an unimportant llavoring lngrud.ent iu our
Tlease remember that no change has been, or
will be, m nil v iu the preparation itself, and all bot
tles remaining in tbe bauds of dealers, wrapped
under the name of I'arkeu'm (IinukiiTo ic, cotmiin
the genuine medicine if tho lac (In. ile signature of
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BEFORE V AND -AFTER
Elsctrlc Appliances art tant on 30 Days' Trial.
MEN ONLY, Y0UNQ OR OLD,
Hfl am mi(T,.rilLU from Ninvous DmiUTT.
1 tmm Viriitrv T.inr rip KvuVB PViHf AJTO
ulnfiKiiWiiiLUI, AnH nil ttwtmi, flllt.ua
of a 1'CKDONAL NTURS reatiltlnir from Aliens and
ITHSH (.'husks. H-ujr rvllef and completa rest
The Kfandeat dliM.'overy uf the Ninetwntli Century.
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Next Alexander Co. Hunk, Hth St
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si tate of Illinois,
( in nit Court of Alex
, dor ( omitv, Illinois.
C'ol'NTV OF A I.K AM'KK. I
I n I liainerv
Chuiles O. i'atier and Duli enia Wolf
John Wolf, I!rnrv Wolf. Mr. Wolf wife of llet
Wolf. Kannv Mirier, Jeff.-r-oti shriver,
Louisa Allen, Arimi Slary Jarrett
ami Klia l isber.
Vor Tiirtiliuu ami As-igiiinent of Power.
Public notice is hereby L'l'.en that, in pursuance of
a decree made and entered bv snid court in the ubove
entitled i iiii-e. mi the '.'f li rlav of .lime. A I). 11, I
Alexander II. In in, Master in ( liuiii i-rv ol the raid
circuit court of Alexander count), will, on
KliiDA V, TUK FIRST DAV OK At LI ST, l-M,
at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at the
southwesterly door of t lie court hou-e In the citv of
Cairo, county of Alexander and slate of Illinois,
rell at piililic'aui tion, to the highest and best bidder.
all and singular, the following described premises
anil real estate in said decree mentioned, to satislv
said decree, to wit : Lots numbered one , 1 1, tw o i
and three oil. in block numbered nineteen (i!n in
the Kirst Addition to the i it v of ( airo, iu the count v
of Alexander and stale of Illinois; also the south
west iiiiarler of the southeast (pinner oi section
number twenty seven r.'l i, in township hiiiiiImt
tliirteen (IU i. south range two c-Ji east, in the county
of Johnson, and state of Illinois: aim a part of the
northeast uuaiter of the northeast ouurter nt section
number two c-'i, in inwnsnip uumis-r twelve
(Til. south range three ('!) east, In till)
said county of Johnson and state of Illinois, name
Iv eoniineiicinL' at a small lib korv tree on tiie west
line of said ipiarter, ipiarter section nt a brunch forty
rods north of the souiliwest corner of said trad of
innd: thence running due ea-t three chains and sixty
links to a stone: thence north ten degrees east four
chains am live links to a stone ul tiie northwest
corner of lot number seven it', in Tunnell Hill
mint li : thence south eighty-six degrees east, thirteen
rods lieing the north line of lots numbered vx pi)
and seven (Ti to a stone : thence south ten degrees
i one c iii u nnd t lilrt v nine links to a stone:
thence nol'tbwe-terlv to the southwest corner of
said lot number seven (Ti: thence north ten degrees
east one ( bain and thirty nine links to the place of
beginning including said lots numbered mx (in and
seven (7). in Tunnell Hill south. The terms of
sale will be one-half the purchase money in cash on
the day of sale, and the balance payable in nun
months with (i per cent, interest, secured by note
and mortgage on the premises sold. The premises
will be sold free ol the dower of the complainant
Dlllcentil Wolf, therein.
l)a,ed Cairo, ,l.,J,,,yMh),s...cxiiiiiviN
Master In ChaiKery.
Oeo.i'isher, Complainant's (solicitor.
State of Illinois. Circuit Court of Al
v us exander Countv, II
Cot NTT of Al.F.;:ANiiitu I lmois. Iii t hancery
1' ranch D. Atherton
Lulv Atherton, William Atherton and Thomas Jef
Public Notice is hereby given that. In pursuance
of a decree made nnd entered bv said court in the
..i I. ..I iu.. ..i. II... I'll i ilmoif Miiv A li
lHrtl, I, Alexander II. Iivln, Slaster in Chancery of
the said circuit court or Alexander county, win, on
FRIDAY, TUB FIRST DAY OK Al'Ol'ST, 18.M,
ut the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at the
Minthwestcrlv door of the court house, in the city of
I'uim conn of Alexander and stale of Illinois, sell
ut nubile miction, lo the highest nnd best bidder, all
umi xlniriilnr. the real estate in said decree mention
ed, situate in the county of Alexander
anil stale of Illinois, to satisfy said decree, being
the undivided one eighth parlor tne following tie
scribed binds, to-vv it: The east half of the north
west ipiarter: the northeast ipiarter of I he southwest
(piurtcr, anil the northwest ipiarter of the southeast
ipiarter of section twenty-one cih: also the Houth
weHt ipiarter of the southeast (pinrter of section fif
teen ( i.n, mi in lovvnsiiip Sl.xieeii inn, Doiiiu unu iu
ranim two. west of the third principal meridian.
Terms of sale, one-half of purchase money cash in
hum . balance on a credit ol six minims, witu non
and mortgage on premises sold, laMirlng 0 per cent
Dated Cairo, 111., July mil, 1W.
AI.ICX II. IliVIN,
Muster In Chancery
I). T. Llnegar, Complaitmnt'B Solicitor.
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AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized Dt'ccmbrr, 1883, Tiider tiie
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ciety, organized July 4th. 1H77, uudur
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WM. 8TKATi' -N
J. A. (KJLUSTINK
(!. W. DUNNIMl
BOARD OF DIRECTORS rou 1st YEA.R.
Wm. Strntton, Stratton 4 Bird, croiers, Cairo, 111.,
J. A. doldstlne, ofUoldstine A Hosenwater, whole
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dolph street, Cblcairo; Hon. Kobt. A, llatcber, nt-tomev-at-lavv,
Charleston, Mo.; H. Lelghton,
cashier First National Bunk, Stuart, Iowa,
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