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OI-FHTAL i'Al'KK UK ALKXANDL'K COl NTY.
M. H. llHn oH, J-Mitor.
ii Iy Moriiinq: Daily in southern Illinois
.1. argent Circulation ol tiny JJiiily in
Sout hern Illinois.
Somf. people, mid the number is not tew,
are utterly unable to distinguish one color
from niiotlicr. ' A Mil 1 been introduced
in the Massachusetts legislature to prevent
iht employment of .such nicu on Massachu
It is told of Judge 1'. M. Youngblood
that he had a sore ringer, recently, that gave
him great pain and annoyance. One morn
ing last week, just before, starting to the
court Luu-e. here lie was to defend a mur
derer, he asked his wife to ptiulticc ami
wrap up his sore linger. This she diJ,
and the Jiulgc, feeliiig much solact-il !y the
attention, took his departure fur the court
house. Shortly afterwands while gesticulat
ing beiorc the jury, he gave his ringer a
rap, that made hint fairly wince ami shud
der with paiu. Inspecting the damage
done, he discovered that his wife had poul
ticed the wrong finper!
A Mu. Tit.xku has introduced a bill in
(.'.ingress fur regulating rates of tare on
sleeping cars. The authority for such a
law is based upon the fact that the sleeping
ears are built under patents issued by the
United States. It would follow that C'on
gress has the povyer to Regulate
all charges made for the use of
Anything that is patented a very
broad doctrine certainly, but a power,
nevertheless, that the traveling public will
thank congress for exercising. The charge
of $1 50 to $') 00 a night for a single bed
the use of a cramped crib for eight or teu
hours, is a piece of extortion, that should be
prohibited by law. While the patent lasts
competition can't regulate the matter, and
M trust to the adamantine conscience of
the average American as the patentee is,
to correct the abuse, is to lean upon a
Ik fork the Electoral Commission Mutt.
Carpenter made the most telling Tilden
speech that was delivered before that au
gust tribunal. He was terrihle in his de
nunciation of the means employed to rob
Tilden of the electoral vote of Florida and
Louisiana, and excoriated as they de
"irved lobe, the men who effected the rob
bery. Yet the Republicans have elected
Carpenter to serve Wisconsin six years in
the fnited States Senate. Senator Conk
ling also d'iiouii"od the fraud-know
that Tilden was fairly and overwhelmingly
elected, nnd had the courage to say so. And
Conkling, too, was elected to the United
States Senate. All of which goes to show
that consistency is a virtue of which the
Republican party is entirely innocent.
TiiKenlightened people of other countries,
hearing the Republican outcry that (Jrant
i the only living man who can save
the Unitnl Stales from eternal smash, must
lfwkul us an enlarged edition ol Mexico.
If the assertion were true, we shoul 1 have
too much national pride to confess it; but
being untrue, the designing, scheming
wretches who pnwhiim it, ought to be gag.
ged. The truth is, and time may prove it,
that Urant is the only American
who has the inclination and purpose
to destroy the country. During
the eight yeurs he Hat in the presidential
dialr, thirteen State of the Union were in
constant turmoil; hatred, ill-will, blood
xhed and murder run riot; governments that
had been repudiated ut the ballot box were
established und supported by federal bay
onets, (iiul coriuorantM of his administra
tion preyed ujHrn the substance of a sub
jected nnd uown-trodden people. It is this
C a-lition ol thine that won the name of
Granti.Mii, and (irantisin is the horror that
men, careless of the public weal, if their
own selfish ends be, subserved, would again
fasten upon the American people,
li:Ksfi)KXT JIayw pretested against the
arrears' pension bill, as a measure that will
pjaw most disasterously upon the treasury,
and he doesn't understand how the incom
ing Congress can provide money to meet
the extraordinary outlay it will occasion
Mr. Haves need not suffer any uneasiness
on that score. The nieasjrc will let loose
a porti.'ii of the millions that have laid
idle so long in the vaults of the
treasury. It may he a drain upon
the treasury; hut it will be a correspond
ing help to the people, as every dollar paid
out will go into active circulation. It will
go into the pockets of poor crippled sol
diers, and from thence to the merchants
who sell meat and hread, clothing and
shoes, and coih and whisky. It is safe
to say that of the $(50,000,000 to f 80,000,
000 that will he paid out, less than $1,000,
000 will be hoard.nl. Ex-soldiers are not
'DY INDUSTRY WE THRIVE."
The land owners of MinnesotH have
adopted means for securing the presence of
industrious settlers, that are worthy of
ireneral imitation. Thev have a number of
agents operating among the peasantry of
England. Austria. Prussia and Switzerland,
and have also a special agent stationed in
New York. Every year they publish hun
dreds of thousands of painphlcts, descrip
tive of the country, its soil, water courses,
railroads, etc., and these, printed in differ
ent languages, are scattered broadcast
among the people of Eu
rope. The result is a con
staut stream of emigrants pouring into
Minnesota. Even during the excessive cold
of the present winter the immigration to that
State was but slightly diminished. The im
migration organisation U now entering upon
the. third year of its existence, and the re
port is that thrdigh its instrumentality no
less than ninety thousand hard-working,
thrifty immigrants have been added to the
population oi Minnesota. And what this
organization has done for Minnesota, the
Missouri River and Kansas City railroad
company did for Kansas. The
company caused letters to be written to all
the leading paper? of Europe and America,
having maintaini'd a bureau of correspond
ence for tlftt purpose. The correspondence
gave detailed statements of the results of
farming therehow a hundred of bushels
of corn and forty bushel of wheat to the
acre, were common crops; gave descrip
tions of the limitless prairies and grand
natural pasturage; and despite the fearful
ravages of the grasshoppers, immigration
poured into Kansas in a volume
scarcely less than that which poured
its way to Minnesota. Cannot the
people f Southern Illinois, and especi
ally those who own out broad acres of land
gather a useful lesson from the results, and
the manner of bringing them about, we have
just detailed? No country in the world
presents stronger inducements to the indus
trious farmer or tiller of the soil than South
ern Illinois, with tens of thousands of acres
of tillable land, and rich as any in the world,
at trom two to five dollars per acre,
with railroads and rivers Uavcrsni"'
every county and almost every .township;
with good markets right at hand for all the
corn and wheat that can be produced on all
tiie tillable html of the country, it reflects
upon the energy of our people that thou
sands of emigrants pass our doors for ,i;s.
tatit and le;s hospitable nnd inviting terri
tory. That I hey do so, tells, in langiren.
plainer than wvrds. that if we run an even
r.re with ,li t secllnns of tiie country we
must wake up, and vm protract the dum
ber ol the pn.-,tl!'ii'a cui'.nry.
Tiif. DitATii p. at:; o
our country is get-
ting iearlul.'y alenning, the average of ii(',,
being lessened every year, without any rea
sonable cause, (lie death resulting generally
from the most msignigcant origin. At this
season of the year especially, a cold is such
a common thing that in the hurry of every
day life we are apt to overlook the dan-ers
attending it and often find too late, thai a
Wver and bung trouble has already set in.
l iionsaniis loose their lives in this way
every winter, while had Roshee's German
Syrup been taken a cure would have rextill
ed. and n large billot a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of the throat and lunifs."
Iloschcc's German Syrup has proven iuelf
to be (he greatest discovery of lis kind
medicine. Every druggist in the coiuilry
will tellyotl of its Wonderful effect, liver
ir-lUlOO boUles sold last year without a
single lailure known.
Hon T Bk Di'.CKivno.-Many persons say
l'l haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to euro their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs !,,,l to Cosmtll,1(lll uni
a rem.'dy that will cure Consump.
tion will certainly and surely 'cure 11
t ough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that wo will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not tiiis a fair proposition. Price
10 cts. DO ft, mid $1,00 per bottle. For
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 0, ' 1870.
lamo Chest, Rack or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 3.Jcts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can get ut our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to euro you. Price
lOcts. and 73 cts. For sale by Rarclay
"H.m kmktack" a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Rarclay Rrothers.
Soi'TH AHKKICA AND SOLTIIKRN I'NITKD
Status. Owing to the warm and delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid livers, indigestion, and all dis
eases arising from disordered stomach and
bowels. They should, of course, at all
times keep the liver active, and to our read
ers we would recommend Tabler's Vege
table Liver Powder; taken in time, it will
often save money and much suffering.
Price 50 cents. Rarclay Rrothers, agents,
Thk Ri'CKKYE. It is a well established
fact, that Tabler's Ruckeve Pile ointment
will cure, if used according ;o directions.
JEseulus llippoc.astanum, or Horse Chos
nuts, commonly known as the Buckeye, has
been highly esteemed for many years,
owing to the fact, that it possesses virtues,
lying in the bitter principle called Eseulin,
which can be utilized for the cure of Piles.
If affected with that terrible disease, twe
Buckeye Pile Ointment and be relieved.
Rarclay Brothers, agents. Cairo, Ills.
Ci iie of DitixKixo. 'A young fnend of
mine was cured ot n:i insatiable thirst for
Liquor, that had so prosfated his system
that he was unable to do my business. He
was entirely cured by the use of Hop Bit
ters. Italbyed all that burning thirst;
took away the appetite forliqitor; made his
nerves steady, and he has remained a sober
and steady man for more tian two years,
aud has no desire to return to )U cups,
ami I know of a number ot others that
have been cured of drinking by it." From a
leading R. R. Officer. Chicago, Ills.
A Cakd. To all who are sr.:!erir,g froia
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay. !os t,f v.i-m-hood.
ivc, 1 will send a recip? that will cure
you. kiiki; of ( h u:o;. ThL great remedy
was discovered by a missimary in Sou'h
Ane'riea. Send a half-addressed envelope to
the Rev.JoshiMt T. Ixm.v.v Sation I. Bible
House, New York Citv.
OTR'K OP FINAL E1TI.K.MKN !'
estate orcBoiu.lt ACtiOTISt. :!. i a-;;;,
St.-i!"of Cllnoin, Al.'Miti l"T I'n'i ptv. ..
To the hcir.i of Mid e-tatc, ami ill M.rri li,:,-t
Von are lierebv notified that on SI jihIjv. !1i" loth
davuf March, 1STH. the ailmiiil
will present to the county ,-ouri of Alexander
county, ut the court bouae in Cairo, Kiiuois tit
dual r-pori uf his Hits and doincf as -.ru uilmiii
istrutor. and ask the court lobe diiba.v.l in, in anv
and 'ill fui'tier duties aid re.-n,,ii.l,iiti,' c.sm.et
i"t with a; .legate, and his adininio! ration t,,.r-!.
at which lime nnd place, you ino lie present and
resist mi h application If von i ho,,' to ilu.
(Si-nv,! PAIL MOWKKY. .'tiiin;sits.or
Olt ri NOTICE.
estate or mriiaei. ihcas. iik, iaskd.
The uiidei-Hitxrioil. hnvln',' been af;,ojnte, Kvecti
trix of tiie lt will ami te-tHiiicnt.of Michael liou
Kim late ol the cuuiity of Ale.vaniV j ami mate of llll
now. din-rased, hereby Ives unit. 1 that hhe will up.
pear before the county totirl ol'Aif ander t ounh, ,,t
the court house In Cairo, at the Vireb lenn, on' the
Second .Monday in Murch next, i which tinie all
jieroiiH havluir clalnm aiaint did e-t,n,. ur,. n
titled and ri-ipiested to attend tr tie- pursi-e of
havlnu the fume adjusted. A(l p, r-on- iu,,.i,t
crt to K.tld entate are reipiested II make i.-meeiliute
piiMnent to tie; undcndirned.
Haled this .'nd davof .Inniinr.j A. 1. ls;'(,
Kl.LliN 1)01 f .N. Ki nitr:;;.
OTICE OF SALE,
In piir-ttnnrp nf an order of 'lr. A'e.fhi'n : , :rriit
CCiiir'., rendered ni the Jumuirv term ihereof. i,'i
luUicra-e r Inibel (,:ifine' v. Nellie ( .y.Vnrv'
I iniolhy liiilliiev. Wiuiina (irt'uev and V ,.s (i,el;
ney, pi'iltlon for purtl'ion. Iwlllbi'-r (.., siil,.
Saturday. Fcbruiirv l"th. 1 -T!. at 11 o'rlo, i ,lt
the froi't door oft a,-1 ,iirt Iioiim. in ('alio. Illinois
il " ioi.ov on; io: ol "round. Vi II; l.c.i N
'dock No. 'H, In tl," H ;vt ad,lltion to C,
liaiMs-One lulf (.,, biit:ii"c i!.' In "lie
year, with Pi per , vat. ir.i, rc-( oerainura . t.-iI
.v pcrsoaul ril . .md tr:;-:, I, !.
II N A. V.V.Va K,
, Sp' ' ial Muer In ( ,.;a ,,.ir
Jnnifirv 17. 1 - 7 . .
TEV YOKK ST0UE,
WilOLKSALF. AND lll'.TAi:..
The Lariat Variety Stock
IN Till'; ( vrv
GOODS SOLD VK1IY ' 'LOSE
Cor. Xlnclremh and I
Coninierrul An,., (
cn. iwTinu fcco.
51 HAT MAIiKKT.
XEW mkat maukkt.
!sti:a m .moats.
SU'imfli.) Ilulln!o H ,.1,
No SO. Olilo
JOIO Al iKLlj, A-. ,, ,
A full nnd com
kind, meal alwavi
hour, day criilylit.
A full nnd rompliti' miii.Iv .,, , . ,,
kind-meal alwv(, k.., 1 , . " ' t nf U
.1..,.. - nr. II, ,,nv
C. I I AMY,
Dry Goods anil Clothing:,
ROOTS AND SHOES.
CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS,
CouimcrelAl Avenue, I
Corner Kiulith utrcel i
iikal r.m is
VLUYll, GRAIN AND HAY
.Egyptian Flouring' Mill
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
paint, oils, wai.i, p. rat. nv.
B.F. R LAKE,
nv u rn is
Window Glass, Window shades, (.
A'on oa l.ieul II, e (vlehratcil it 1 1 minatis,
Hross' rtulMin;. Coin-1 1.. : ... . Til
menial Ae.. i" ' dllO, III
watch:. .rnviauY. nv.
Watchmaker A' .Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
II ;.) ( ,, miner i.u j.i! 1
Waalin'ou a . i- , )
FIXE WATniWDKK A M'KCIAI.TY.
and all kinds of r-.erria.' tir.itlv
l".r. kiln'. s of o'i. J, e!rv
I!! Ob- t, ohlrr.
WHOI.rU.K VIl.s AM) I.I7I d!!s
F. M.Mo( klle;!l. Kiv Ii,!io,.
Stock klktii S: Iluoss.
Siin.--er to V. M. S:. kiletli.
iinpoi tei-.s :i!i,l 'Iii.h:.1. tte:ileias in
Foreign aitii Domestic
LIQCOUS AND WIXES,
Kh'tif. K-i:y h'..iinl. f -tt.lv. ( iifi.r.'i ai d iei-
pore-.l I'.'.t, slierr). .M.-,:,,,., W: iu)lt Uj.im.
XoJiiMHiioLovpi1, Cairo. 111.
I, SMYTH A CO.,
Wlio'i-s ii . and I;, lit',: IS ia
CoiriLiuanil DoniHip Liiinnrs
Wiiic.-s ol all ICukI.s
NO. CO .OHIO I.KYKK.
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pr.i'riiiDToi: u- spkhats patent
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ICKBVTIIIICAI! I.OADdltTO NT, WMI.L
PACIvMI Foil Sf.il IM'I NO.
Oar Ia:hI.-i a, Specialty.
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Cor. Twelfth Street ami Levir,
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IN uiHKKiV ll.l.INOP-i
Johnon'n Anodyuii Liniment will po-clvelr prl
oui inis lerniiieuiscase. anil will posuiveiy cui
llllluraseM In ten. Inform;, lion llo.t will uui ma.
llvt'Haeiit I'ri'B by mail. Don't delay a moment
irrveniloii Is neiicr ttiau curi.'. hold evoriwuer
I. K JOHNSON 4 CO.. llanuor, Maine.
FUEL GIFT !
Of a copy of My Medical Com mi ill Sense I'.nok, I
any person autlerliiii from Consumption, A-thm
1 atarrli, llroiichlil. I os ot ihe v..i , , n..
Throat. ISund uaiuu and po-l ollico address, wll
.i iM,-inK., mum.,,., m, your nckness. TV
iiook is .-lei-m tiy niufiralert (III pp. IJ1110 1ST:
1h UiforinHtlon It conl ilns. In the proiidencn 1
liod, has sacd iiiiinv lives. The aullior ha. bo
treallu;' (!lseai 11 of the Nose. Throat and Lime,
ft Hlicrml practice In Cii.rlini.'iil -
Dr. N. II Wolf, t Inn., O. 1
( KI.KIIItATKI) TIIF. W old.D i Kit,
1 in1 uia i) ma, 1 ijrer were awarded the lii-V
and only medal lven rubber plnsters. at li'uti:
uie 1 . iiii ioiin, nun i-uriH r.lposltloiis
FA It M I'Klilult TO
Common porou. plasters, liniinciit.. tin no
caned eiecirinil nppllniit'. -n. ete. Is llo- Heal
Known remeuy lor l.amejud W, k Hack, l!bei
inatlsni, Feinale We.,kne.. ,s, !,(, K, .,,,
iFisi-B-i-ii niiuievs, ispiu.11 ( iiinplaiiils, and al
in ior win, 11 oroiis pia.ti-rs are n-, i. Ak 0t11
ior ori,'i..'i a 1 purine p.
aim s, e Hint ion gt-t nothing
o'd by al
ilr'lL'i.'l-ls. i"rie. e, rru.
Villi, d on receipt of jirlre. by Seil.nry A
tf,,un-oii, ,1 1 inn urcei, .-,,-w t orii
The Most AirrecnMp Tonic an
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THK UK IS
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For Languor and D hiliit.
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chrar.-r!.tic dis-a-e.. sho.iid le pr.-M.i. ,) wj-I!:'-
valu.iliie iiiedi. me. It :, 3 Mrs j,r, -ne f,
all a:ln..-nt arioia from ma.a.iai 11 . n u
ii iinix i :.
one (-1 ti.,. ,, ..,!:,, A i( K.wh ,,
of ,W-ini.lr h- l-'A.ed t m,. ,, .,.,( , ( ,,. ,,h
piVe 'r''1 ""it'oi-rvaiti.t ti'
'i ice One Dollar per Bottle.
Fur s.ile by .11 (!,,. uboirsaie ir.-L-'.:, ( h
ia,-y. and mrdieliit dea'er- .Ti.-fa: ,v
MIM KI.I.AN F.ot s.
hospital. IT Fast W .x.t.Urn .'rv.t'. 1,,,,., f,
the Hire of a.l private, chrome and p-, i; ,n...B'w,
Sam.SAl. vjrCAH4. NI.KVoev, l,r.,,,,-N ...l . ...
JOMiooo pertHjueutly r.ir,d Dr. :. ,j M.
()l I J iv'l'.rm .'!ioo!. and u-ei, t-.o tji.-t- ;lr, ; (. .,
y I" ' ne- IU HI,! I tilled Ma-.... I.AIersr
IJI.1.-.II4 lr-ainri,t. w,ih boi.ie ,,l ur.
write fcccrT ropveni,-,,,,. f(,r ,,. .s f
0 nts for VA Kill M.K tiCIDK' -.TS i il , ,. tVv
ed. Married !,di.-s aud Mlu J-uS SAV
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out informal,. n bft;,r.', or:. ! ,t ,li..n f...,.' lj
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met). Io- ol vitality premMn-e w. ;,k,,,:.V rv
tion of mind and l,dv. cll.ord -r of t'-.- .-,.n an
. ' . '" '.' " ' ta-r-!rom
-' ' .'- . o;. i.Air.s si'M nil . Pr.
f.:i e.-nii,,.,,. phy.lf.au : $1 a case. ,hr -,: ,';j i,
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