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TUB DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN:.. TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY
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OFFICIAL VAl'ER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
M.li. Ilarr-oll, Kditor.
It is unlawful to Btatnp the wrappers of
newspapers with any of the "hand stamps"
in common use. Such stamping will sub
ject the papers to letter postage. It is also
unlawful to enclose a stamped card in mail
matter unless it goes as first class matter
with letter postage. This is a recent official
decision of the ' postorlice department.
Anthony Comstock would have his
hands full in Cunuda. At least such is our
conclusion after inspectiug the illustrations
given by Leslie, of the female participants
in the Marquis of Lome's recent hall. It
is well said of the ladies that they looked
as if they might have caught their skirts in
the foot-scraper as they entered the door,
and had them dragged a foot lower down
the neck than modesty intended them to
he. And it was called a "full-dress" ball,
too probably besause the floor of the ball
room was full of dresses.
It is conjectured that as many as eight
or ten candidates will be in the field for the
Circuit Judgeship to be filled in this cir
cuit in June next. We have heard the
names of the following gentlemen men
tioned as probable candidates, viz: Judge
Crawford, Judge Dongherty, Judge Baker,
Judge Harker, U. W. McCartney, Esq.,
Judge Browning, of Frankling county, a
Mr. Stephens, and Judges Puff and Lemma,
ot Jackson county. We have been assured,
however, by parties who claim to be toler
ably well informed that the two gentlemen
last named and Judge Harker will most
most likely decline to become candidates.
Logan, in Washington, last iiitfht, to de
liver the .Impromptu speech to the prepara
tion of which he has devoted ho much
time lately. He insured the crowd that
gave him this chance of deliverance, that
"we are a uaiion f toilers," and that labor
must be protected in all the rights that be
long to it, and roared in his usual eloquent
way about standing "amid treason's iron
hail," and all that sort of thing. His two
years' retirement have in no degree enlarged
the general's statesmanship, nor cured him
of the habit of belaboring the rebels and
the American language on very small pro
vocation. Oiu trade with China! After all the
hullabaloo raised by the newspapers about
losing our trade with China, what does that
trade amount to? The trade of a single
prosperous wholesale house in Chicago,
equals the entire American commerce with
that country, even if we accept bh correct,
the figures that are furnished by the Cin
cinnati Commercial a paper that violently
opposed the adoption of the anti-immigration
bill. The Commercial's figures are as
follows: "The trade of the United States
with China has been slowly developing un
der the provisions of the Burlingame treat)-.
Last year our people sold the Celestials
$2,80(1,000 worth of cotton goods, $1,000,000
of grain, and over $2,000,000 of other arti
cles. The exportation to China has in
creased from $2,000,000 in 1871 to $7,000,
000 in 1878. Should the imperial govern
ment shut down on this trade as u return
for the Denmgoguery of congress, it will not
grieve the English, who have found the
Americans dangerous competitors in the
IlVKING AND RENOVATING.
rout OLD CLOTHES
r.'AN BE BiArnm.LT
DYED Oil REPAIRED
At a Trifling Expenso-C. 0. I.
CIIAS. SHELLEY, XO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
tT Ladle and (Junta' old hat made new
HOOTS AM) SHOES.
Mamifncltircr and Dealer la
BOOTS AND SHOES,
leather and Iiiidiiiufs
H if. !0 Commercial Ave., Bet. Fifth and Sixth Six.,
CAIRO, 1 1,1,1X0 IS,
Keep constantly on ham) a lariju aorttncnt of
(ieutx and Ladles Hoot an 'I Shoe of nil htv'ca
u rid aize. and of the very bent ol St l.oiii and
Cincinnati Hand made work: old cheaper than
ever bufore. and cheaper than like jjood can lie nil
tallied In tbU city.
AIo, always on hand a large Htork of Leathcroiid
Finding of all description, ild very clou'.
OAItPKNTF.K AND CONTRAI'TOIl.
Tub editor of the Marion Pres complains
of the quality of the coal oil now on the
market. Formerly, he says, as long as there
was any oil in the lamp the light was good
Now, by the time the bowl of the lamp is
half emptied the light becomes so dim that
it is quite useless. We should regard this
pecularity of the oil merit. Five sixths
of all the lamp explosions of which we hear,
are due to the habit of burning the lamp
bowl quite empty before refilling. When
half the oil is consumed the base of
the burner commences to heat, and tin
ally becomes hot enough to generate gas.
This process continues until an explosion
ensues. We will venture to say that lamp
explosions will be rare occurrences in
Marion so long us the oil, of which the
Press complains, is used, exclusively. It
will enforce a frequent filling, and full
lamps never explode.
In Anbwku to a charge (which was no
doubt true) that be was particeps critniuis
a the great fraud that placed Hays in the
White House, Zach Chandler uttered the
"I never did a thing, wrote a Hue, cot dlxpatch,
either In cypher or In the Kngllah Unirnex, or tn
any other way, that I would not be ld to aee In
print to-morrow morning u nil tbo Democratic pa
per of thou United Htatoa."
Democratic brethren will please rise and
sing, as we "line" from the New York
When lofty utateimeu atoop to fraad,
, And find loo late that type betray,
What auhterfugi- of peech or eard
Can wipe tba damning atnln away?
'Their only hope dlm;ruce to cover.
(Porrhatir to dilt the public nyei,
, 'To iilir.o the dirt; nvaudal over,
Andeereen the parly, la lo lie!
It 18 quite unnecessary to credit the fol
lowing "dig" at Senator Iigan to the Chi-
. roiiM Tiiiiu. The "vitriol" with which the
t Tiitten man writes U knowu everywhere as
peculiar to the Time office. Hut, to the
"i "?'' "An opportunity given (iuncral
The insurance journals of the country
arc in paroxysms of rage. A number of
States, in imitation of Wisconsin, have en
acted laws requiting insurance companies
to pay the face values cf policies, where the
property insured is entirely destroyed. It
strikes us that the law is most just and
wise. It will put a stop to over-insurance
that fruitful cause of conflagrations.
Heckless insurance companies have been in
the habit of insuring property for any
amount the owner might feel disposed to
pay the premium upon. They would carry
f 1,000 on a $:l,000 building receive the
premium on $1,000 until the insured burned
up his property. The company would then
step in, make it appear that the property
was worth only $.'(,000. deduct so much for
depreciation during the term of insurance,
so much for this thing and another
thing, and finally pay oft" their
4,000 policy with about (2,000. The
law in question will put a stop to
this villiany. It says to insurance compan
ies that you shall not, by your habit of over
insurance, beguile bad men into acts of
incendiarism; neither shall you take prem
iums upon risks which you never intend to
pay. And therein the law is right. It will
have a most salutary effect everywhere, ami
will do more than all the penal laws that
ingenuity can devise, to put a stop to incen
diarism, The newspapers of the North and Fast
are greatly exercised over the passage of
the anti-Chinese law. It will serve to dis
turb and probably destroy our commercial
relations with China! Well, now, suppose
it does? There are individual mercantile
establishments in any ot the large cities
that do business that aggregate as much as
our entire trade with China. Yet one of
these houses might fail without
exciting any further notice than mere
newspaper mention. Our entire trade with
China doesn't exceed eight millions of dol
lars annually; and as much of this as is
maintained through Hong Kong, will not
be disturbed in any event. The truth is
that our direct trade with China might 'be
stricken down and wiped out, aud the num
ber of merchants, business men and ship
owners who would he immediately affected
by it, could find seats on a single excursion
train. Rut it will not lie stricken down.
The Chinese arc the most mercenary, close
fisted, unsympathetic people in the world.
It is a continual struggle with them to live.
They have no national pride to insult, and
not more than one in a thousand would de
cline to bare his back for stripes, if, through
the torture, he could make a little money.
To say that such a people will not buy
where they can buy for the least money,
und sell where they can realize the most
money, is to deny the well known results
of experience is to say what everybody
knows is untrue, that the Chinese would
sacrifice their Individual interests to main
tain the dignity of the empire. The man
wh believes any such "stuff" as that, is in
a condition to believe anything.
' Tiik components of Dr. Hull's Cough
flyrup are daily prescribed by the, ablest
physicians, whose success, Is duo to tho
specific Influence of these components. Dr.
Hull's Cough Syrup, skilfully prepared for
immediate use, is for sale by all Druggists,
Qukhy.--Why will men smolie common
tobacco when they cau buy Marburg Hro's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price.
Chkw Jackson's lest Sweet Navy Tobacco
JOHN A. TOOK,
OaHI'ENTEK AND Co.NTll ACTOI5,
SHOP ON TKNTH STRKET,
ilietnecii Watdilnyton end Walnut.)
Estimates on buildings, :m losses by fire
or otherwise inude on short notice.
VI,I, work Intruded to hi in vlll receive prompt
attention, aud will lie executed in u sat afaetory
PAIN1S. OILS, WALI, PAI'EK. ETC.
Window (Muss, Window Shades, Ktc.
Always ou hand the celebrated illcvinatiko
A u i o i a
Bros' htiildlnsr. Coin-1,
nierciiil Ave.. i
REW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest. Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and (
o. o. PATIER &c CO.
UM IN ISTKATOIt S NOTICE.
ESTATE or W. II. WILCOX, DEI EASKB.
The miflersluueil. havlnif been appointed Admin-
lutrator of thecitate of W. II. Wilcox, lute of
the county ol Alexander and date of Illinois, de
ceived, hereby t-lve muloe that they will uiienr be
fore the county court of Alexander county: at the
rourt-hoiiKe in Cairo, at the .May term, on the
third Monday tn May next, at uhlch time all
perMiiu huvlii!! cIiiIiiik iil'hIiiM i1" Id entute are notl
lied and reiiuecleil to atleiiit lor the puriioKe of tin v
Iiil' the name adjusted. All pcrnon indebted to Hiild
eHtatearereiieHtedtoinukc Immediate payment lo
Dated thin lmli day of February, A. I. 1H70.
FI.OKKNCK. AV'IM'OX! Administratrix,
Al.l'l(Kl) WILCOX, AdmlniKtrator.
pXKClTOH S NOTICE.
KXTATE or MII'llAKL Dot'UAK, UEI'EAall),
The tiuderHlu'iied, having beeu appointed Kxitfu
trlx of the lant will and testament ol .Michael H-Hb
l'iiii late ol the county of Alexander, and alnte of 1 1 if -
iioIh, deceased, hereby gives notice that she will up
pear before the county court ol Alexander county, at
the court-lioiiso In Cairo, at the March term, on the
Second .Monday In March next, at which time all
nersotiH haviui! claims uualnst said estate are no
tilled aud requested to attend for the purpose of
having tne same ui,iuicu. All persons indent
ed to said estate are rco,ucftcd to make immediate
payment to tne unnornifiicu.
bated this '."-'ud duvol Janilarv, A. I). 1HTM.
K'LLKN llOCUAN. Kxecutrlx
JTOTICK OK FINAL SF.TTLKMEST.
ESTATE OK Wll.l.lAV a. MCMILLAN, IlKl'KASKD.
Utul.ti.r 1 11 ltl.il M AtMVllttllM.Ai.ii.....
To the heirs am! creditor of suld estate: " '
Von me herein1 unfilled I lint on Moinhy, ihn 101b.
iluvol' March, Kill, thu administrator ol suid eslnte,
will present to the vminty court of Alexander
county, at Cairo. Illinois, llunl report of
his acts and doings as Mich administrator,
aud ask the court to be discharged from any
and all further duties and resoonslhllltiea connect
ed with suld estate, and Ills administration thereof,
at which time and place, you may be present and
resist such application If yon choose ( to Jo.
.IOUN I'AltKOTT, Administrator.
From DR. S. W. HUNTER,
llavlne become familiar with Colrten Likdio')
Li4t:u KxTHAcTor Dane and Tonic Invlgorntor, I
talix pleasure In recommending It as an excellent
Preparation, combining as It docs rono aud ionic
In a remarkable wav, producing noon iiLioi,iiNAtiTil
ANoaTHKNuTii, Hold hy all Druggist.
A DAY to Agent canvassing lor the Kiiikwhi
, lull' Ml. I CIPI1B BIIU UHIII, AMir,IM. I,
AfJ A DJ
Vlt'KKKV, Augusta, Maine.
Fancy Cards, Chrnino, Hnownakc, e No t
W alike, with name, 10c. J. Mlnkler A Co i
Nassau, N, Y.
JiTTa month and expensea guarantee,! ( a,,,,,,..
font lit free.'. Shaw A Co.. Augnsiu. Malm.
Advertisement i tU'r.te;'
fend inc. for 100 page pamphlet, ti I' I)H KIJL
A SAFE LIGHT!
Cannot be Ex)loded
CAN I1K IiUR.VKl) IX AXV PCTKOLEl'M LAMP!
Is the vrrj- llitrlicst tlnulc of I Mitniinatinte Oil from xvliii.li, in the prm css of tnuntifuct-
life, every impurity litis lieen clnninutcil. hl.ALNK is tree troin lien.ine
und l'linidine. In color, ELAINE is spring water white, iiml its "tire trst"
is so liij;li us to nilikc it tts tilisoltitely Kite as nriy illiiminuiit knuun. Hav
ing no disayretilile odor, ELAINE is u pleiiMint oil lor family use. It
does not incrut tlie Mick, und thus is avoided its frequent, retritnnunif.
Ask For It. Use No Other In Your Lamps!
inferior and Cheaper Oils are falsely ottered and sold as
KLAINE. lie sure you are not Imposed upon." The dealer
who would deceive you in this, will deceive you in otlwi
ELAINE NEVER VARIES IX QUALITY.
Has Received the following Awards and Endorsements.
FROM THE ORIGINAL. U KOUS OF THE
CENTENNIAL INTERNATIONAL EXIIIRITION, lsTC.
0NLV FIRST PREMIUM, DIPLOMA AND MEDAL.
A GOLD MEDAL
lrom IMttsbur Kxposition Society, 1875.
Adopted for the Inlund Marine Set vice of the
Limit House Department of the United States.
Tin; IJourd of
UNITED STATES STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
of the U. S. Treasury Dcpartiiicnt gives Elaine its unqualified recommendation.
1JOAHDS OF FIHE UNDEUWKITERS
throughout the United States endorse its use and rate it ns safe as gas.
L3AI1CLAY 13 ROT J I ."J5RS,
iVl a 111 1 he ( 1 1 i.s' A.ge 1 1 1 s,
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS.
I.I FK ASSI K.VNCK.
ASSETS, J ink, 1. 1878,
' , (N11 l'mmlum N'ot-.)
Surplus over .Sk .Million Dolltirs.
Th- Most importiiiit (iiestion for those insuring their lives is "WHIC H COM
PANY IS STKONOESTT'
Tim BtronfreHt coitipiuiy is the one which has the most ixu,ain ok wki.i. invkstkd
AHHKTS Fllll KVI.HY IOI.I.Ait l 1 .1 A IllI.tTIKS.
Ot the seventeen lurest Life Insurance CloinpmiieH of tlic United States, tho ratio
f nssets (exeliidinij prvmimn notes) to liabilities, the Equitable Is Utrest, bvinff 1S1.0B
The wcond largest is 1 10.77, and the third latest 1 17.33.
incut, J7l!'l875i!Un'" ar''' 1Vm tlU1 "ma r"m,t "f Npw York hmmKC vnrt-
TON T INK 1'OLIOIKS
Grow more pojmlar every dy, U1,d lire made a s.ecialtv.
A( I0NTS 0UFK;K:
WasiiinOton Avk.ntk, Cou. Twelfth Strekt,
Otituinoil for new Invention, or for Imirovptn
on old ohin; for medical or otln.r votniinuilH, t ml
iiiurk aim liilielH. uveatH, AhhihiuciiV. in
feruueum, Aniealii, SiiIik fur lnlriiiuimi'lH,
ull caxeH arUiii); under (tie I'utent I.hhk. pin
ly attended to. IiiveiitloiiM Unit hu '
I J li1 I V(VV V I '') the I'alelil (llllie mii)l
IAjL rjlt mo! niKeK, he tjutiiil.t
uh. llflnt0ipoKltii thu I . H. 1'uteut Iiehartiii
und I'liL'HL'i'd lu I'ateiit btiHllieHH fXcliiHltelv. we
nuke rloner Keiin lieK, und i-t'Ciire I'htentH in
promptly, und with lironder rluluit. thuu tliocu
are remote from WacliliiL'toii.
I V V IVnUfSi end iih a model ur eketr
li I 'MlOyour ,i,.vn.; w0
amlniitloim and D(liie an to iiati ntnlillllv, fn
rliuri;e. All rorreKioiideuee triitly coiitldent
rrlee low . unit no choree iiiilrci. rntent 1 rem
We. r !'-r In Wm-hiiiL'toii. to Hon. I'o-tnm,
(ieneral 11. M. Key, Kev. K. li. I'ower, 'Hie (ienn
Amerleun Nullonul Hunk, lo or)lelali In the I
I'utent Ofllct1, und to Si nalorn and Keprew ntati
In l rnmrew. ; mill ei-peclally to our t-1 i-ul m hi c
Mtute in the L'uloii and in Canuila. Addn i-n
C. A. SNOW .Sc CO.
Opposite I'utent (ifllee. Vimlilniton, I). ('.
M) IN VKNTOIIn AM) MEC HANK'S.
PATENTS and how to ohtalii them, l'amiik'i
CO pas' free, upon receipt of htHniim for poHtmj
Allllri'lIK I.II..1IUUK. I u ,v i i) .
Solii iloru of I'litenti", Ilox III.,
Waohlu'toii, K t
A ,1U J1 lJlKJ J..,, I'j'.l: MONTH, n
rlni; the "tiring ami innin r. For full purlirul
AddreH. J. t . Mi t I'HIiV A t I).. ( hkai;o, 111.
I , . 1 .
tluii of ImikIs or orchtutuu iliuulil kcnd lur Jf
b iriiewdeacrlpUvuci- , , i
aloRue, di:-,. j-- - - i -. - . I
. . . JrT . iik'A- f.TTffv F
iluMrely to t "i
i-ig ltainl anft orches.
Imki of i he lt,'. anl nin,l approTtd .fyle of In
:ruun mi now In uo. Miu-U fieu. Addreal
LVON Ci IlKAI.Y.KUU)an(l Monroe8U,Chlaii
Johtimii'ii Anodyne I.lnlimiit will po-t'tvelr pr
vent thl" lerrllde(ii'eai.e. hikI will positively fii
nine rue in leu. Iiilonniitloii lln.l rave inui
liven wnt iree nv mail. Don t. ilciav a niomi n
rrevetition i hetu r tliuii run1, .sold nerjwher
i. .-. jio..-i. x i i., iiaii(;or. Maine.
fT HKXSOX'S C.M'CIXF
tfap rouors tlastkhJ
i There I" no doubt a'Hiut the eri-.t flip.
riorlty of thin article over common poroua piu
tern und other external reuiedii n. ui li n. Imi
merit, electrl' al nipllnnee. en . ..k phieli l in
in yoiiroun lurality a tit. It in uouili rfni.
soui ny an ntui(i:lt. Price -r.t ent.
Fll Uli! I I OAI IS,
II OW TO (JET Til EM In the lie.t part of the ntaU'
(i.lllill.llllll acr' for sale For free ropv o:
'Kam.a 1'iiriric Hoinetiud." aildren Land C om
mia-'ioner, Salina. Kaio-an.
AND AM. DISOHDEKS HKTIIK
THROAT AND LUNGS
Oil. T. A. SUiclM S OKEAT ItEMEDY
taken !n conjunction with
(OMruiSDEI) KMI LSIOX OF
PUKE COD LIVER OIL
and hvpophof-pulte ol
LIME and SODA.
prenHlo each nuflcrlna applirunt sending their
name I1 A KxpreiM adilrei-a to Dr. T. A. Slo
entn. lKl Ci-irl nt . New York
EXT II ACT BUCJIU,
The Great Diuretic Compouml
It I a Hire, niiii k remedy for all dineai-ca of the
KldliejK, Itludii. '. anil I rlnury Orfaim, cxIkIIiik
either In mule or lei.'.'ile, A. Irritation, Inflamma
tion, or t Icerutlon ot he Kidnen and llladder.
(.ravel. Stone in the lSlu.!dcr. licddinh or llrirk
diit .Seiliinent in Trine. Thick, cloiidv or Kopi
I'rlne. i'niiil'nl ( ilniitlii).'. Iltdwe.j'iitr. Mucou and
Involuntary DUchurL'ea, Morliid lrrilui;;?n of Bld
der and 1'rethrn. ( hronic ( utnini of Illudder.
Hiipprefion. Ketentlon or liiioutlnenre of
I'rlue. IHalietei.. Iropv, (ireniilc WeaknucH, Ke
mule ComplulntK, and all ('hroiile. Melodiua of the
I rlnary and Sexual Uremia.
ThoiiHiiida ran attei-t to lt wonderful curative
properties In tin ce dlneaaea.
For Nervoua Delillily, with all Ita ylootny ottetid-anta.-
Dl..lneiiii. I.iim of Memoiy, I,ow SplriU,
Ac. It In a overeli;u remedv.
S.Mdl.ANDKKS KlXlirhtiov. tip the enervated
rVHtcm, Impnrtln new life and vIlmuoiih action,
the whole a.vatum bccoinilin Ktienytlieued ami in
r.i'Mtire tiinl ask for MuulHiiiler's Rueltii,
In-ift upon ha vine It, and take no othf r,
PKICE 81.00 SIX IiOTTI.ES $5.W
For ali' hy all Hie WhnlcMale IlrusijIatH In riilcayo.
und Medlc'lno llealera generally.
no n :inrNOFEirrsv a
liOKplliil, 1ST Hunt Waclilnijtoii urcet. ( liivu'o, lor
the care ol 11 private chronic ami apeclal (lleuea.
SkMINAI. WKAKNItsa. NKIiVOCK IIKIIII.ITV Ullll I OKT
maniiooii, purmiinvntly cured. Dr. U. Ik a paduale
of the li'efortn School, and nnea no inei curv; hua the
latreal practice In the l ulled SlHten. I.AIHKa rv
qiilrlii treatment, vvllli home and lioard, call or
wrltti. Kvorv convenience for patients. Hend flfly
rent for M AKIil A((K Ul'IUKISTS pKi' IIUiKtrut
.Murrleil IndleKiiliditenllemen avntl fifty cent
loraampluof ruliher kooiIb nud circular of import
ant Information liy expreaa. I'onaultatlon freu aud
contlduntlul. Kunable Femalo 1'llla 5 a box.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, ?ryo?S
mon, loaaol vitality, priimiitliro weakniwa, unurva
Hon of mind and body, disorder of thu drain and
livrvniia avatem, aud mlaerlea rcHtiltlng therel'roin,
apoodlly cured iv HATKH' BI'KCIFIC. ITepared
hv an eminent pbTnlclan: $H a case, II fur $r: void bv
il'riiuL'lHtK. For circular with full particular, ad
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