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OFFICIAL PAPER 07 ALEXANDER COUNTY.
E. A. Burnett,
pOR ASSESSOR AND TREASURER.
w am nnthnrlzed to announce Gior.oK Vk'
Babnon ai a cunditot fur election to the office
of Aesewor and Treaenrer of Alexander County at
the eppruacmug November election.
MORG. BOND'S LAST BREATH.
A MAN WHO TOOK MANY LIVES MAKES CON
FES8I0N ON HI8 DEATH-BED.
From the Ban Antonio Exnrt'M.
A few weeks ago a man by the name of
Morcau Bond died on tho thicon, some uis
tanee southwest of here, of small-pox. His
wife and his brother followed him, victims
of the same disease. Bond, our reporter is
informed, was at the time out on bail,
.charged with having murdered one Baronet,
Lis brother-in-law. His revolver is said .to
have been greatly feared by all his neigh
bors. A.yn wtfir states that about
-tnrce years ago the remains or a dead man
were found on Mustang prairie, someeignt
miles south of Castroville. An investiga
tion followed, and it was concluded that the
remains were Ihoso of one Bird, of the
Leona. A few days after this discovery
another body was found in Dagger thicket, i
on the Chicon, which was identified as that '
of ono Roc, of the neighborhood. Bird', it
is said, left his home with about $400 in
his pockets. Roe was the main witness
against Bond for the murder of Baronet.
When the coroner made inquiry as to how
the two men whose bodies were found came
to their death nothing definite wasdevcloped.
If any one knew . of tho matter it was
buried as a secret, cither through tear or for
friendship's sake. So the murders remained
veiled in mystery until the timo had come
for Morgan Bond to die. Those who nursed
him in his sickness state that only a few
hours before death the man became very
""delirious ami talked freely and loudly of
many things that seemed to trouble his
mind. He spoke, it is said, of the two
localities where the bodies of Bird and Roe
had been found, and mentioned the names
of the men, appealing, in his frenzy, to
those about him to protect him from vio
lence. He called on the nurses to shield
him from an avenging mob that stood
about his bedside, ready and anxious to
take his life. No assuranco brought con
solation. He finally became so violent that
the nurses were forced to tie him fast to the
bed, in which condition he breathed his
last passed into a dark,, a hopeless eternity-
THE PRONUNCIATION OF "U."
From tbe Washington Star.
Ai the schools have just opened and as
everybody ads your paper, ii you will al
low me tho space, I wish to call the atten
tion of teachers and pupils to a fault in
English pronunciation exceeding common
in the North, rarely heard in tho South or
in England, but which seems to bo spread
inghcre. (We have faults enough in tho
South' without grafting some northern ones
upon them.) I refer to the vulgarism if I
may so term of giving the long "u," which
is in so many of our common words, the
sound of "oo."
For instance, ninety-five out of every 100
Northerners will say institoot instead of in
stitute, dooty instead of duty a perfect
rhyme to tho word beauty. They will call
new and news noo and noov-a perfect
rhyme to pew and pews and so on through
the dozens nnd hundreds of similar words,
Not a dictionary in tho English language
authorizes this. In student and stupid the
"u" has the same s'ound as in cupid, and
they should not be pronounced stoodcut
and stoopid, as so many teachers nro in tho
habit of soundltiff them.
If it is a vulgarism to call a door n donh
as we all admit isn't it as much of a vul
parisin to call newspaper a noospaper?
One rulgarism is Northern and tho other
. Southern that's tho only difference. When
the London Punch wishes to burlesque the
pronunciation of servants it vunkes them
call (ho duke the dock, the tutor tho footer
and a tuba a toob. You never And the best
Northern speaker, audi as WcndMi Phil
lips, Charles Sumner, Georgo William Cur
til, Emerson, Holmes nnd men of that clam
laying noo for new or Toosdny for Tucmlav,
avenoo for avenue or calling a duno a doop.
It ii aJanlt that a Southerner alio never
falls into. De has slips enough of another
kind, but be doesn't slip on tho long "u."
As many of our teachers liavo never 'had
their attention called to this, I hope - they
"'"H notice. ;
l'ERSOXS Of Kedentnrv lmlir. nml r,..
Worked, fiud io Dr. Bull's TUltimnrn Pill.
: ii. v . -------....,.
Debllltv. Constinattan. n,wl tnn n,.
ailments. AtalMlru-ists. VriZ'lXl
Clnn nf. r.. it- i . i
boys who were snorxlin fl.ir Mnnti,
letter : "Wo duo- a wood-chuck nut nf ,-tc
wnoie;itwasakunk: wo slontln tim J,n
Did you evernotice the downward plunge
of a young Judy's jaw when alio nivea inter
lace to one oi thoso "ands" that serves as
wnvenient restinsr nlaces in imr -.i, ,
wiuio awaiting the brain's catching up with
the tongue? Uostoa Tinnscript.
And now 10 or 17 now ut.ira
I. n Ka.... .1! ...
.. uui-u mscovereti. it tins Uiiiiff isn't
nen a young man has learned to wait,"
ys a writer in the Boston Journal, "lie has
:'m waiting in tho 6tablo with the team
which costs him a' dollar au hour. Rock
"I was once very shy," said Sydney
Smith, "but it was not long before I made
two very useful discoveries; first, that all
mankind were not wholly employed in ob
serving me (a belief that all young people
have); and next, that shamming was of no
use ; that the world was very clear-sighted,
and 60on estimated a man at lus just value,
this cured me, and I determined to be
huturul and let the world fiud mc out."
"Sing me, mine own," ho whispered,
lovingly, as they both sat down on the one
piano" stool, "sing me 'O, whispe r what thou
feelcst. ' "I will, young man, 1 will, said
the tremulous tones of her papa, from the
direction cf the door. "We will sing it as
a duet, you and I. I. will feel, and you can
whisper what it is." And then he felt for
the boy with his feet, and went on. with un
feeling difference. "And you needn't con
fine yourself to a whisper, necessarily, in
toiling what you feel, nnd what it feels like.
Give it voice, young man ; give it voice."
A rr.ETTY ruiLANTiinorrsT: Tlie
"Prisoner's Friend" of New York is a very
handsome and quite wealtey Western lady
named Linda Gilbert. She supplies the
pix;r wretches with books, .papers, etc.,
and to those who are penned m the deadly
and horrible Toombs, she brings Gile's
Liniment Iodide Ammonia, which she says
is the only real treatment for their neuralgia
and rheumatism. Gile's Tills cures neural
gia. Sold by all druggists. Send for.
pamphlet. Dr. Giles, 120 West Broadway,
N. Y. Trial size 23 cents. Barclay Bros".,
A Seakcu Warrant allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, ana uudscys uiooa searcner is war
ranted too through your system from top
to toes ami drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
&c, we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druggists.' See that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper
R. E. Sellers & Co., Prop'is, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bro's Agents.
Save your children. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Bradb'ery's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours after.taking the medicine. Benj. Ly
tic, Union township, Ta. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 25 cts. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittidmrgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
The truth is mighty and will prevail.
Thousands who have used aud been cured
nro living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Tills will cure
the wortrt cases of liver complaint, billious-
tics?, headache arising therefrom, costive
uess, constipation, dizziness and all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggist tj. Trice 25 cents. R,
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Eros., agents.
Kidney-Wort Tho only known remedy
acting at the same time on tho Liver, Bowels
Suffering Woman There is but very
small proportion of tho women of this
nation that do noLsuffer from some of tho
diseases for whiclrKidney-Wort is a speci
fic. When the bowels havo become costive.
hendacho torments, Kidneys out of fix, or
piles distress, take a package, and its
wonderful tonic and renovating power will
euro you aim give new inc.
Cheap hack fare: For manv veara
New Yorkers havo been trying to secure as
cheap hack hire as thpy have in London
and Paris, but hacking seems still to bo a
luxury wun mom. wiucn oniv the 'rich ran
lndultro in. Whv Imrk At. nil? Ttnii'a
BulHiun will positively cure all hnckim?
coughs and colds. Barclay Bros., Agents.
11 pound Old Barn' Letter Heads.
fH " " " Note Heads.
5 " Linen Letter Heads.
; 2i " Linen Note Heads.
Tho best qunlity of paper at prices of
the cheapest gradu.
, ft x pound statements all colors.
' 10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 16 pound Bill Heads all sizes.
' Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
fholesnlo prices. Printing 1,00 extra.
Ruling and Binding, all kinds at The
" ,f '' "i ",u """J, tuuiiio WHO I ii,,,, .,,1 , ? y luufr lor k o at nnbltiuic
succeed in finding that particular star by ft M fu , uart"hhr'
half-pas 10 won't be nblo to get homo be- "der eonmd lu "oV'Vun'to0' '
fore undmght. Give the children a rest.- C tei..?: 7. iock So! w, Vt ' i f-
UOStOll I n.... v -'lro.
mattiiml ... i i .. -'. I b"P0 " me nreni Iti'im...,...,.. .i
iw ilium-si lesson. ' lnileed ho A va'.uuh n ,j j r; , I'uieuago ni siry-
girl riding, and slie keeps him waiting two j p. E. hay. Execw"
solid hours while she "fixes up." Keeps .u,ii.iv,i)u.
Aim uaaly CAIRO BULLETIN: PA
HsTATK or ALKXANDKR TWT2NTR, beckahii
. irumru in me bbwib or Alexander Tni I
ceaKed, hereby iilveii not Ico thnt .ho u,ni
I .i. . . . 1 ' a'vLi'UI uur in Ft it 1 1
Iiuira Aionauyiu Docomboruuxt, ut hYrh Vii
tliu .mu .,nT,.i ah 'uo l'rP.O?0 of I
t0 '""ke iran.cdmto nat
J JiL,ZA J- twkntb, AdVninu ,!
P. B. liny, Executor ofEstalo
ofU. U. Uay, durvMvd.
Petition to f cld
Elizabeth Hay, ct al
By virtue of a decmo nf th,i nn... .1.
luouOTinour lerm, of rhI.i .,T, I
ia'vf- door r
THURSDAY, OCTOBER aoxil, 1879.
Stl" J Llo-Iock a. m. and 5
-...JU.-V i UK PUHl UJI Will hi Al,l kr
I HUH (H BIX nnri Ml'il on . . -"-'
pnnW; ni b uTrid ,'o X
Wonte-SS1 '?ur'y Kher V
itU a port-
JNO.M. CREBS, Attorney.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
JjU'REKA! EUREKA 1 !
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE ISSUi-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Organized July Utli, 1ST 7, I'utler the Lhwk-1
the Suite of Illhiois. Copyrighted July
0, 1C77, under Aet of Congress.
WILLIAM STIUTTON, President.
Jilts. P. A. TAYLOR,
J. A. GOLDSTINE, -Dr.
J. J. GORDON,
THOMAS LEWIS, -
BOARD OF MANAGERS!
J. J. GORDON, rhyeirlan Cairo, Ills
Mrs. V. A. TAYLOR, Superintendent of
School, Alexander I'oiuuV " '
J. A. GOLDSTINE, of GolilMine Ko
aeuwater, Wholesale and Retail Dealers '
in Staple and rtnev Dry Good " '
N. B. THISTLEWOOD. of Hiuk'.e &
ThVulowood, CommiHtion Merchant,
C'Otlon and TuWco Vaetora.
S. D. AYEH&. of Ayer & Co., Cominla-
Tflt)MA'k'rLWfs;-lhVurance Manager " '
and Attorney at Law "
WM. STKATtON.of Stratton Jc Bird,
Wholesale Grncere " 1
GEO. M. ALDEN, Curamii'Kiou Mer
chant. 78 Ohio Levee "
JAS. S. KKARDEN. Agent Mississippi
Valli'V Transportation Company " "
CHAS.'R. STUART. Wholesale and Re
tail Drv Goods and otioni '
EDWARD A. BUi'ER. Manufacturing
Jeweler and w holme dealer in
Watchmaker' Tool and Material "
CHARLES LANCASTER, Lancaster &
Iilce. Lumber dealer "
C O. PATIER. 0. O. Patter & Co.,
holeeale and Hetail Merchant " "
Rev. B.Y.GEORGE, Pastor Presbyte
rian church ' "
J. C. WHITE. Insurance Agent " "
it. w. .MCKhAHi, rostmaster " "
S.P.WHEELER. Attorney and Coun
selor at law " "
Mil. LOUISA K1S1IBACK
OSCAR 11 A YT HORN; Wholcalu and
Retail Boot. Shoe and DrvGood.... " "
A. J. BIRD, Merchant and 'Steamboat
Proprietor " "
WILLIAM KLUGK. Geueral Merch'dise " ',
P. G. SCHUH, Wholesale and Retail
Drnrpli " "
J. T. RKNNIK. Foundry and Machinist. "
ALBERT LEWIS "
Mun. L. A. 1IOWAH1). Boarding House. " "
W.F. PITCHER, Insurance Agent " "
A. HALLEY, Dealer in Stoves, Tin aud
Hardware " "
E. W. GREEN, Green, Wood & Benuett "
II. K-POTTEK. Editor and Publisher
Argus-Journal Mound City, 111,
Mr. S. A. AYERS Vilja Ridge, "
A. J. FRENCH. Farmer Bird Point, Mo
"SUPERIOR NUTRITION THE LIFE."
The Great Medicinal Food. '
bo Salvator For Invalid and tho Aged. t An In
comparable Aliment for the Growth and Protec
tion of Infant aud Children. A Superior
Nutritive In Continued Fever, and a
Reliable Remedial Agent In nil Diseases .of tho
Stomach and Intestine,
THIS jnstly celebrated Diktktio PitKPAnATtoy Is.
In composition, principally tho (iuTKi derived
from tho Whitr Wintkh Flint Whkat Ckiikai, a
solid extract, tho Invention of an eminent Chemist,
It ha not only been highly recommended, but cer
tified to by a largo number of Chemists and Physi
ciansrepresenting a very high decree or medical
science a the Safest, Most Acceptable and Hnlell
ble Food for the Growth and Protection of Infants
nnd Children, and for Mothers lacking Sulllclen
Nourishment for their offspring.
Unlike those preparations made from animal or
vinous matter, which are llahle to stimulate tho
brain nnd Irritate tho digestive organs, it cmbraco.
In It elementary composition -
That which make strong Bone and Musclo. That
which make good Flesh nnd Blood. That which Is
ensyof Dlgestfou-never constipating. That which I
kiu'd and rrlendlyto the Brain, and thnt which artsa
a preventive of those Intestinal Disorder inciden
tal to Childhood.
Aud, while It would be difficult loconcelvoof any
thing In Food or Desert more creamy and deliclon,
or more nourishing aud strengthening na Hn n.
moot In Fever, Pulmonary Complaint, Dyspep la
and General Debility, it IUlis Ml-dhinai. Ex'el
lencb In all Intestinal Diskaskb, especially In
Pysvntcrv, Chronic Diarrhoea and Cholera Infan-
, Haa bees Incontestably Proven.
Bold Whole.salo and
D BUG GISTS AND
IN Till '
PRINCIPAL CITIES of tho UNITED STATES.
JOHN CARLO A SONS. NEW YORK,
- . trnT)vron nr.TOTYETl
ALL SOETS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Al.o Mannfacturcr of and Dealer In
I TBI, COrrER & SHEET-IRON WARE.
1UNDB OP JO. W01W
Comer Washington Avenue and Elfiht Street.
kind meat alwayi on baud.
Variety Bracket' Store,
Commercial Avenue Corner Ninth Street.
CAIUO, : : : II-LIXOIS
MRS. M. A. SWANDEK,
Winter's Work. Corner Seventh Street and Cum
Desire" to inform the indies of Cairo and Vicinity
that she has on hanA and reeeiMUj daily, direct
from tho Eastern cities, a very large and complete
stock of Ladies' and Missis".
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS.
Hosiery all sizes and co!nr-S cts. to one dollar
per pair. Corsets, 4u cts. to Ji.iu, and full assort
Ladies Fiirnisliinir Goods!
All the verv latest designs. Price a low pos
sible and goods marked in plain figures. Will uut
be undersold. Call aud examine. No trouble to
show goods. Ladies who do not see v, hat they
want v. Ill please ark for 1'.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT '
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
G2 Lake St.. 93 Seneca St.
IX POINT OF
Economy in Fuel, Dura
bility, and Convenience,
Completeness of design, and
Perfectness of Construction.
Simplicity of Management, and
General Working Qualities.
THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE
IN THE MARKET.
Timo Tried and Fire Tested!
EVERY STOVE RELIABLE,
AND TROVES A SUCCESS.
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED.
Forealo by C.W. HENDERSON, Cairo.
And by Plrit-Clasi Dualcn Even t tors.
iJiill AVONDER OF THE WORLD t
1 " "
COALINE) O Tj I N" E I i COALITE
-THE ELECTRIC CLEAXSEK. .
NO EQUAL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-CLEANING
TURrOSES, J?ui; wa&ihw wx,
FOR THE BATH, &C,
For Cleaning Paint, Varnished Surfaces, Window Glass, Mirrors, (told Frames,
Cut Glass, Globes, Gas Fixtures ; llemovee
readily, &c, &c.
FOR USE AS A MSISFECTAXT "nSfcV&S !"
Anything Soiled by OIL or QKEASE.by Flics or Pon
cil jIarkr. or bv lOh't of nnv lv-inl ir
without soap or water.
To WEsrrnN Coalinb Compaky-I have used Coaline in my family and 2nd It all the Maanftt-ture.'
claim for It. It i certainly superior to soap as a cleanser and macii more economical. It removes dirt
rom fabrics without Injuring the tetture. or chauging fast colors. It clean tbe hands and leaves iYj skin
soft. It -x'.to heals sorts and chapped hands readily. Respectfully yjurs,
WILLIAM S. EVERETT, ill Cottage Grove Ave , Chico.
To the Weteun Coaline Co We havo btien jslng In o.ir family "Coaline." au article manufacture.!
la this city, and fiud It one of tun mot useful things for f.imily nso we. have ever known or bea.d of. For
washing, scrubbing, cleaning glass, silver, taking grease spots out ol clothing and carpet, etc., w thiLk
it casno e iuul. Every family should have it. The price Is o iow as to bring it within tho reaehVt eve-
body.-Chlca,'o, May id, 1ST9. l. G. CALKINS.
IS THE ONLY Waf hlr.g Compound sold in Bulk, and strictly for cash, giving the public a nc.v
and valuable article at a low tlguro competing with stiple goods like Soap.
The following testimonial from person with whom many InCalro and vicinity ere acquainted, place
coaline in Iti true position before the pnbllc. It is a good thing, and should be generally used:
I have used coaline In my house. It save labor and saves ciothc, aud 1 Inexpensive. I would not
be without It. Centralis, III., August lth, Ii?). MRS, JAMES McFAIL.
I find coaline to be all that is claimed for It, aud checifully recommend it.-Centraiia, Iilluoi.
August 1Mb. !$::. MRS. D. OXLEY.
I have used coaline toclean head ll;ht of engines, where thcdlrt is hardened, and is usnaiiy cleaned
with concentrated lye. I found coaline to do the work fully a well as potah, without it Intrioi;
elTecis.-Ccutralia, 111., August l'.ih, lf79. C. BILLS, Foreman Paint Shop, I. c. P.. H.
Ail leading grocer will have It, aud can supply their cnnotr.ers la a few day. It Is cr and wi.l
be. at ail time, obtainable at
Head of Famine will Call nnd Utt
LIFE ASSUEASCE SOCIETY
ASSETS, January 1,1873,
(No Trent I 'i m Note.)
SURPLUS over Seven Million Dollars.
The Mtiht important question for those insuring their lives is "WHICH COM-i
PANY IS STRONGEST?"
The strongest cmpany is the one which has the most dollars of we,ll invested
ASSETS FOR EVERY DOLLAR OF LIABILITIES.
Of the seventeen largest Life Insurance Companies of the United States, the rati
of assets (excluding premium notes) to liabilities, tlie Equitable is largest, being 121.00
Tho second largest is 110.77, and tho third largest 117.32.
ITThcse figures aro from tho official report of the New York Insurance Depart
ment, Juno 1, 1878.
' TONTINE POLICIES
Grow moro popular every day, and nro made a specialty.
Washington, Avenue, Cor. Twelfth Street,
ntcn m. a a, - ,
a Sample, jjree for Trial, at our Stores
C VTKO TLL Corner Eighth St.
s VJ.1U, 1 LJj. , an(, vVa..hhi?ton Aveime.