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THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN : WEDNESDAY MORN1NU JULY 30, 1881.
THE GREAT GERMAN
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Sortneii, Cuti, Bruins,
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And all other bodily aches
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dent to bilious state of the system, such as Ilhs
rlness, Nansea, Drowsiness, Dlstrms after ratine,
Vfi.n in the Bide, Ac. Whilo their moat remark
able ucmi bo bctH shown la curing
Tlciirlarhpjrt Cart er'sLlttlc LI vcr rill s are qn ally
valuable in Constipation, curing And preventing
this annoying complaint, while they also correct
all disorders of the stomach, stimulate the liver
aud ivgulalc the bowels. Even If the j only cured
Arlio they ironldrioaltnoBt priceless to thosswho
sutler from this distressing complaint; but fortu
nately their goodiiessdoos not end hern, and those
who once try them will find theso little pills vain
able In o many wsys that they will not be willing
tudoivitUoultBcm. Hut After all sick bctd
Ii tne1)no cf so many lives that here I whew w
make our Rrcttt boost, Our pills euro it whllo
others do sot.
Cartor'A Llttla liver Mis are very small and
tc ry any to take. One or two pills niakea dose.
They are strictly Tcgctnblo ana do no gripe or
pnrgo, but by their gentle, action please all who
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CARTER MEDICINE CO .IN'mt York
Half Out of His Head.
"Blcssod bo the man,' salt! Don Quixote's weury
squire, "who Invented slcop." Sancho's gratitude
Is ours, but what If onoennnot for any roasou enjoy
that excellent Invention? "Nervausuuss In me
bad become a dlscaso," writes Mr. William Colo
man, the well known wholesale drngglet of Buffalo,
"I eonld not sleep, and my nights wore either
pasted In that sort of rostlossnoss which nearly
crazes A man, or In a klud of stnpi.r, haunted by
tormenting dream'. Having taen 1'ARKKit'f
Tonic for other trouble, I tried It nlsa for this.
The remit both surprised and delighted me. My
nerves were toned to concert pitch, and like Cirsar's
fat men, I fell into the ranks oi those who sleep o'
nights. I should add that the Tonic speedily did
away with tho condition of general debility and
dyspepsia occasioned by my previous sleeplessness,
utid gave me strength and perfect digestion. In
brief, the tine of the Tonic thoroughly re-established
my health. I havo used Pakksii's Tonic with
entire success for sea-sickness autl for the bowel
disorders incident to ocean voyages "
This preparation has heretotoro liocn known as
Pakkbh'b Ginokh Tonio. Hureuftor it will be ad
vertised and sold under tho name of Pahkkh's
Tettio omitting the word "ginger." lliscox & Co.
are Induced to mako thischango by the aclon of
unprincipled dealers wno have for years deceived
their cUHtomers by substituting Inferior prepara
tions under the name of ginger. We drop tho
misleading word all the mors willingly, ax ginger
is au unimportant Uavoriug Ingrud.cnt In our
Please remember that no change has been, or
will be, mane In the preparation Itself, and all bot
tles remaining In the hands of dealers, wrapped
under the name of Pahkkh's Cinok.iiTo 10, coutaln
the genuine medicine If the fiic-simile signature of
IIislox & Co, Is at the bottom or the outside
A Dangerous Case.
Uociiester, June 1. 1R8J. "Ten
. Years ago 1 was attacked with tin most
luteuae and deathly paius In my hack and
"Extending to the cod of my toes and to
my brain I
"Which made mc delirious!
"It took three men to hold mo on my
bed at timeat
"Tho Doctors tried in vain to relieve mc,
but to no pnrpoae.
Morphines nnd other opiates 1
"Had no effect I
"After two months I wns. given up to
"When my wife
heard a neighbor tell what Hop Diners had
done for her, alio at onco got and gtwu me
aome. The first dose eased my bruin and
seemed to go hunting through" my aya'cui
lor the pain.
The second doae cased ino so much that I
slept two hours, something I bad not done for two
months. Before 1 bad used live bottles, I was
well and at work as bard as any man could, f r
over three weeks; but I worked too bard for my
strength, and toklng ubard cold, I was taken with
tne most acute and painful rheumatism all
through my system that ever was known.
"I calltd the doctors aimin and after several
weeks, they lelt men cripple on crutches forlifo,
as they said. 1 met a friend and told him my case,
and h said tlon Hitters had cured him and would
cure tne. I poohed at him, but he was so earnest
I was Induced to try them again.
In less than four weeks I threw away my crotch
es and went to work lightly and kept on using tho
bitters for five weeks, until I became as well as
iruiBu imng. ana nave thou so for six years
it lias bIgo cured my wife, who had been
Bick tor years; And has kent her and n
children, well and healthy with from two
to three Dottles per year. There is no need
to be sick at ail it these bitters are used.
J, J. Bkbk, Ex-supcrvisnr.
"Thrt poor invalid wife.
. ''Or daughter! ,
' 4,CBn bo made the picture of health I
"with few bottles of Hop IJittcre!
Will yon let thorn suffer !".
1 rrSot genttne wtthont a banch of greon
Eops on the whit label, Shnn All tbs vile pols
, oaoas staff with "Hop" or "flops" in their ssms.
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T1IH AUT Or SWIMMING.
How a I'rofi'MMr Touches Young
hter to Strike) Out Mko 1'roys.
"It has often struck ino nssinguhrr,"
said tho instructor, "that tho ninjority
of peoplo who begin to taku swimming
lessons iruagiuo thoy will ucvor bo nblo
to loarn. 1 am sponkiug jmrticularly
of luon find boys. As a rule, they litivo
little faith in tho instructor, and seem
to bo a little suspicious of his good in
tentions. Ladies, on tho contrary, aro
confiding. They follow instructions
cloRoly, without questions, mid learn
quickly. Sonio of tho host swimmers
wo havo aro little girls and ladies. Of
courso they don't possess a man's
strength and endurance, but thoy seem
to understand what they will hnvo to
tio and persevere until tho purposo is
accomplished. Tho nverago boy and
youth will Insist upon rcmuinin" in tho
water longer than is boneiicial very
few of litem reali.n that ton minutes iu
tho water is in tho ninjority of cases a
far belter timo to produce- a vigorous
reaction than a half hour. On u warm
ilay, howovor, a person is very much
tempted to remain in longer titan is
good for him.
"What causes this lack of ooniidoneo
iu so many persons?" was asked.
"It is rather diilicult to explain,"
was tho ropiy. "You call take a dozen
boys and set them to studying lan
guages or miithoniaties, or in learning
a new physical exorcise such as row
ing. Tho chances aro ten to ono that
everybody will fool that ho can learn
more quickly and perfectly than every
oilier boy. It is different whou it
conies to swimming. Almost every
pupil will ixclalm: 'I know there is no
use trying, because I can never learn
if I tried a hundred years.' "
'Well, how many years does it ro
quireP" "Years! exclaimed Mr. Dinsnioro, in
astonishment, "why it doesn't tako
oven mouths or weeks. From threo to
six lessons will mako tho most timid
person confident. This is tho way wo
teach," and, loading tho way to tho
tank, tho instructor explained how tho
motion with tho hands and feet wero
first taught in an nuto-room. "Tho
pupil is placed in apparatus," said ho,
"which supports his body and gives
his arms and legs a freo swing. Then
a toachor counts slowly, ono, two
throo, until tho learner can kick out
liko a frog at regular Intervals. After
that ho is placed in tho tank, and his
hoad kept nbovo wator with a band un
der tho arms, hold in plnco by a ropo
attached to tho coiling. When tho
motion lias boon acquired tho band is
Httkeu oil', and tho first thing tho pupil
doos is to gulp iu a mouthful of water
and bob under tho surface A long
polo is ready in tho teacher's hands,
and tho struggling, sputtering youth
grabs tho end of it, and nearly coughs
his lungs up. That is all overcome in
a few moro lossons, and tho loarnor is
surprised to find that ho can easily
swim from one ond of tho tank to tho
"It is' a littlo surprising," continued
tho instructor, "to seo how many men
thoro aro ovor 40 years of ago who can't
swim any moro than an oyster. Wo
had ono pupil hero a a few years ago
who was closo on to 70. Ho was slight
ly feoblo, bald as a watermelon, and
had tho gout Well, sir. that old chap
went to work with a will, and learned
how- to swim insido of two weeks. Tho
only thing that bothered him was tho
ilies. Tho littlo pests would skato all
over his head whilo ho was in tho
water, and ho would forgot whero ho
was nnd mako a frantic grab. Of
courso his noso would go under and
ho'd bo half strangled. It used to
tickle tho boys immensely, and as soon
as tho old gentleman reappeared on
tho surfaco he was received with a loud
"Sovoral ladies havo booonie such
excollont swimmers that they wero in
strumental in saving human life. At
Atlantic City, two seasons ago, a very
handsome girl tho daughter of a
prominent railroad man swam out
beyond tho broakers and rescued a
vounrr man who was coins down for
tho last timo. Did it result in a mar
riago? r No, sir; the young follow was
very gratoful, and, I believe, did mako
somo sort of a proposal, but, as ho
was clerking in a notion storo at $8 a
week, was freckled, had no front teeth,
and wore plaid clothes, ho didn't mako
out very well. That identical young
lady is now engaged to marry a
wealthy New York banker. Ho fell iu
lovo with her whilo Bho was splashing
around in tho ocean at Capo May.
There was ono advantage, at least, of
knowing how to swim. It caught a
husband." Philadelphia Times.
Thoro aro now eight lines of subma
rine telegraph cable across tho Atlantic
in successful operation, owned by four
companies and all under tho control of
the Western Union Telegraph Com
pany. The Anglo-Amorlcan has four
cables, cost $36,000,000; Direct United
States, ono cable, $7,000,000; l'onyor,
Quortier, ono cable, $8,400,000; Gould's
Amorican, two cables, $14,000,000.
Four of theso lines aro old and will
need renewal. Tho llonnett-Mackey
lino will bo a disturbing clcniont
among tho invested intorosts of trans
atlantic tolegraphy. It is calculated
that it will secure ,10,000,000 words of
the 30,000,000 sent now ovor tho cables,
which at a stilling tariff would give on
annual rovenue of $2,500,000 or about
$2,000,000 not profit, being 25 per cont.
on tho capital. Tho track of the now
cablo is from Valentin, Iroland, to
Dover Bay, The linos here divldo, one
running tolltockport and the other to
Fire Island and Coney Island, and
thence by an underground cable to
Mew York City.
Home I'lctniTH and l'l'viiliaritie of
tlto ;reut CMeftaln.
A correspondent of tho New York
Telegram, writing from Waterloo,
says: J no movement looking toward
tho erection of a monument to Red
Jacket is creating considerable inter
est Hero. Jiany strnngnrs also visit
tho house of Mr. Frederick 1L Funilss,
w hero tho model of tho monument is
on exhibition. Among tho relics of Rod
Jacket that Mr. Funilss has in his pos
session is a lifo-si.o painting of him
dono in oil. It was made bv the nrtist.
F. I. Hart, from tho original ralntiur
by tho noted artist "Weir." of Now
York, in 1828. Red Jacket was on a
visit to Now York then, and was per
suaded by ids friend, Dr. lVancis, to
nllow his portrait to bo painted. Dr.
Francis says: Tho chief drossod him
self with great euro in a costumo ho
thought tho most becoming ond appro
pi into, decorated with ids brilliant war
dress, tomahawk nnd Washington
medal. Whilo around him groups of
Indians wero reclining upon tho floor,
ho stood erect and firm, liis lofty nnd
capacious forehead, his" piercing black
eye, his gently curved lips, lino cheek
and mjtiilino noso all marked tho groat
man. Fll'oits wero frequently mado
prior to this timo to induce Red Jacket
to sit for his portrait, but iio always
refused, and frequently remarked,
"wheu Red Jacket dies till that belongs
to him shall dio too." Dr. Francis,
however, reasoned with tho Indian
and finally suecoeded.
Tho buso of tho monument to bo
erected hero consists of a granite
boulder in ils natural shapo. A marble
shaft over six feet iu iiiglit surmounts
I lie base and is cut in tho shapo of an
Indian arrowhead, pointing upward.
i table inscriptions aro on tho two
medallions sunken, ono into each of
the stones. On tho top of tho boulder,
just over tho medallion, will bo fasten
ed nn iron tomahawk and a pipe,
'When Rod Jacket died his remains
wero buried in ouo of tho Indian come
teries which wero located in tho reser
vations on tho outskirts of Rull'alo. For
somo timo no stono mtirkod his grave,
However, in tho year 1810 or there
abouts, Henry l'lacido, a notod
comedian of that day. was playing at
tho 'lttill'.ilo Theater,' a play-houso
then situated on tlto south-west corner
of South Division and Washington
streets. Learning that no monument
marked tho grave of tho notod chief
tain, l'lacido ordered a slab orectod
nnd nn inscription chiselled on it. The
stono is ul present among tho relics of
tho society. It is of marble, about
half an inch in thickness and twenty
inches wide. It would stand, when
placed iu position, about two feet
above tho irround. Tho top of tho
stone containing tho namo of tho In
dian lias been broken oil. Tho remain
der of tho inscription is:
: The I'l lend nml Protector of bis I'eople.
; Died Jim. 1SIL.
: A (red TS years.
date of death.
1M,'2 is not tho correct
It should read 1830.
STEALING THE UEMA1NS.
"A wandering phrenologist on one
occasion stole the skull of tlto chief
from tho grnvo, but it was aflorwSrd
recovered. Tho bones, with those of
several oilier chiefs, now lio hermeti
cally scaled in a vault of tho Wostern
Savings Rank. It is proposed to inter
theso remains iu tho lot securod for
that purposo at Forest Lawn. Tho
services proposed for this occasion will
bo very olaborato, and, among other
things, it is intended to invito a num
ber of Indian chiefs to tho coremony.
"In nnothcr nnciont picture Red
Jacket is represented as pleading his
cause for reinstatement to the rank oi
chief, which had boon taken from him
owing to Ids opposition to civilization
and his habits of intemperance. Ho
uracil his claim with eloquenco and his
prayer was granted. There is a largo
copy of this painting owned iu Detroit,
which lias boon offered at $20,000 with
$10,000 bid. At tho closo of tho
Revolutionary War, when tho Unitod
States mado a treaty with tho Six Na
tions, Rod Jacket distinguished himself
by tho eloquent opposition to tho pro
posal. General Lafayette was present
and was imprcssea Dy mo Jtiaiau s gut
of oratory so much so that when in
1825 ho rovisitod liuilalo ho asked for
tho young Indian who so cloquontly
opposod the burial of tho tomahawk.
Tho old chief was among the crowd
gathered to soo tho famous visitor, nnd
ho announced his identity with pride.
He was warmly greeted by the French
generals ond a number of interesting
reminiscences were recalled by each.
Mrs. Lewis F. Stevens, who, it is said,
was ouo of tho first women in Buffalo,
visited tho society's rooms recently,
and seeing tho picture of Rod Jacket,
recognized tho likeness with evident t
pleasure, stating that when sho was a
little girl tho chief had often 'dandled'
her Iu his arms."
Another famous picture, "Tho Trial
of Red Jacket," is in possession of
Mrs. Stanley in Detroit. It is not only
a fine portrait, but depicts a historical
incident of deep interest. Tho artist,
John M. Stanley, was a native of
Canandaigua and spent a largo portion
of his life among tho Indians in their
forest homos, and eventually receivod
tho title of tho "Indian painter." A
largo collection of his works, con
tained in tho Smithsonian Institute,
waiWinfortunately destroyed in tho lire
which occurred tliero sovoral yoars
ago. Tho sceno which tho artist de
picts occurred at Buffalo Creek, which
is tho site of tho present city. Red
Jacket, being tried for sorcery and
witch-craft, Is spoaking in his own de
fense and tho effect of his eloquenco
upon tho council is presentod with ad
mirable skill. JUio picture contains
nearly 100 ligiircs, in varied posture,
nnd ninny of tliem aro correct portraits
of historic chiefs. Tho canvas is six
foot by nine, and tho artist was en
gagod five yoars in tho work, which ho
considered ins masterpiece.
: Experiments by Dr. Telil, of St. Pe
tersburg, go to support tho theory that
tho witters of rivers aro purified by tho
motion (mass or molecular) Imparted
to the liquid. Bringing waters into
rapid motion by means of a centrifugal
maohino, tho number of developing
gorms of bacteria was reduced by 90
j per cent. " i
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KLY BR0T11ER9, Dm gists, Owe'o.N,-!
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tlie
Law or 18U3.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, organizer. Jiuy 4th, 1877, under
the laws of ion.
JOHN II. ItOBINSON President
WM. BTltATi'.'N Vlce-Prtsldont
J. A. UOLlMTINK Treasurer
C. W. IIUNNINO Medical Advisor
TUOMA8 LEWIS Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS koh 1st YEAR.
Wm. Htratton, Stratton Ilird, Bro-.ers, Cairo, III.,
J. A. Ooldstlnu, oKloldstlne & Uosenwater, whole
sale and retail dry good;e. W. Dunning, M. .;
Pres. lid. Med. Kx., for Tensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; J. II. Itoliinson, county
Judge ami notary public; Wm. K. Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance agent; R. II. iiuird, city
street supervisor; AI, l'h.lli s, carpenter and build
er; 'I humus Lewis, attorney and Becrutarv ; K. V.
i".ercu,aMoriiey-4t-lttw, Dutnoiu 111. ; K. C. Pace
cashier of Centennial Hank, Ashley, 111.; Albert
llayilen, cashier of George Connelly A Co., Spring
Held. Ill ; 11. M .vl u nn, attorney-at-law, 1116 Ran
dolph street, Chicago; Hon. Kobt. A. Hatcher, attorney-at-law,
CharluHton, Mo.; II. Leighton
cashier First National Hank, btuart. Iowa.
It Is a liaiuileRS vreetiihle syrup, very delicious to
the taste, ltelieves nt once and Is a sosltive cure.
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
ure cured by this excellent remedy.
Dlrtctioiu tn ten hmguiigtt accompany tvtry bottle.
AU, PISE ASKS C? THE 111.0011, STOMACH,
Liver, llmvel" nml Kidneys: fur all diseases origin
ating In impairment of the blood, asAnu'tnla, Sick
lleailai lie, Nervousness, Female Weaknesses, Liver
Complaint, Uvspemin, Jaundice, Hlllmisness and
Kl'lney Diseases, this medicine is absolutely sure,
'i bis medicine does not contain anv iitinvral, is ab
solutely vegetable, restores the blond to a healthy
condition, regulating excesses and supplying de
ficiencies, and prevents disease.
Dirtctimu in ten tanguagti accompany every Mile.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO.
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUOQI8T8.
For Sale bv
PAUL a. S0IIUH,
Snecial Acts, in this oitv.
J-m E. INCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th 8treei, between Com'l Ave. and Levee.
CnOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMTJNITION.
Safes lteoalred. All Kinds ol Keys Made,
State or Illinois, I Circuit Court of Alex-J-6B,
der Countv, Illinois.
County or Alexander, ) In Chancer'v.
Charlee O. Patter and Dulcenla Wolf
John Wolf, Henry Wolf, Mrs. Wolf wife of Henry
Wolf, Fanny Shriver, Jefferson Whrlver,
Louisa Allen, Anna Mary Jarrett
and Eliza Fisher.
For Partition and Assignment of Dower.
Public notice is hereby given that, In pursuance of
a decree made and entered by said court In the above
entitled cause, on tlie 2-lth day of June, A. I). 18K.I, I
Alexander 11. Irvin, Muster in Chancery of the eaiil
circuit court of Alexander county, will, on
FRIDAY, THE 1'IKST DAY OF AUGUST, 1SK1,
at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at the
southwesterly door of the court house in the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and Btate of Illinois,
sell ut public auction, to tho highest und best bidder,
all and singular, the following described premises
and real estate in Biiltl decree mentioned, to satisfy
said decree, to-wit : Lots numbered one ti ), two (;!')
and three (St, In block numbered nineteen (III), in
the First Addition to the citv of Cairo, in the county
of Alexander und stute of Illinois; also the south
west quarter of tho southeast quarter of section
number twenty-seven (sR), in township number
thirteen (13), south range two (2) east, in the county
of Johnson, and stute of Illinois; also a part of the
northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section
number two (8), in township number twelve
tl;!). south range three () east, in the
said county of Johnson nnd state of Illinois, name
ly commencing at a small hickory tree on the west
line of said quarter, quarter section at a branch forty
rods north of the southwest corner of said tract of
land; thence running due cast three chains and sixty
links to a stone; then north ton degrees east four
chains and live links to a stono at the northwest
corner of lot number seven (7), in Tunnell Hill
smith: thence south eighty-six degrees east, thirteen
rods being the north line of lots numbered six (II)
and seven (7) to a etone ; thence Bouth ten degrees
west one chain and thirty nine links to a stono;
thence northwesterly to tlie southwest corner of
euid lot number seven (7); thence north ten degrees
east one chain aud thirty-nine links to tlie place of
beginning Including said lots numbered six (ti) and
seven (7), in Tunnell Hill south. The terms of
sale will he one-half the purchase monev In cash nn
the day of sale, and the balance payable in nine
months with t) per cent, Interest, secured by nolo
and mortgage on the premises sold. The premises
will be sold freo ot ttie dower of the complainant,
Dulcenla Wolf, therein.
Dated Cairo, 111., July 8th, 18SL
ALEX n. IRVIN.
Mnster in Chancery.
Geo. Fishor, Complainant's Solicitor.
Statu or Illinois
4ois I Circuit Court of Al
V SB exander County, II
. ANorn linols. In Chancer
Francis D. Atherton
Lilly Atherton, William Atherton and Thomas Jef
Public Notice Is hereby given that. In pnrstianee
of a decree made and entered by said court in the
above entitled cause, on the liltti tlav of May, A. I).
1HH1, 1. Alexander II. Irvin. Master'in Chancery of
the said circuit court of Alexander county, will, on
FRIDAY, THE FIRST DAY OP AUGUST, MM,
at the hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon, at the
southwesterly door of the court house, in the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and state of Illinois, sell
at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, all
and singular, the real estate In said decree mention
ed, situate in the county of Alexander
and state of Illinois, to satisfy said decree, being
the undivided one-eighth part of the following de
scribed lands, to-wlt : The east halt of the north
west qus.ter ; the northeast quarter of the southwest
quarter, and the northwest quarter ot the southeast
quarter of section twenty-one (l!l); also the south
west quarter of the southeast quarter of section fif
teen (if)), all In township sixteen (111), south and in
range two, west of the third principal meridian.
Terms of sale, one-half of purchase money cash in
hand, balance on a credit of six months, with notes
and mortgage on premises sold, bearing 8 per rent.
Dated. Cairo, 111.. July Sth, MM.
ALEX H. IRVIN,
Master In Chancery,
D. T. Ltnegar, Comnlalnant's Solicitor.
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