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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1879.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ITIST MoaHOU (MOMDATi KCHTM).
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"K. A. Burnett. Cairo, lllliuol "
Only Morning: Daily In Southern Illinois
Largest Circulation ol any Daily in
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COCNTY.
K. A. Burnett,
y OR ASSESSOR AND TREASURER.
We are authorized to announce Gim W.
Sahmoxr. a candidate for election to tho office
of Assessor and Treasurer of Alexander County at
the approaching November election.
That right-thinking men all over the
land have an adhorrence for personalities
in politics has, long ago been reduced to
a demonstration. The more violent and re
lentless the assault, the more tho sympathy
excited for tho assailed, and the resentment
for the assailant. Tho St. Louis Republi
can after referring to the shooting affair in
San Francisco, in which the workingmen's
candidate for Mayor came near losing his
life, as an illustration of tho results ot the
reprehensible habit, goes on to say that it
may bo stated as a rule without exception
that in every hot contest for public office a
candidate's private record i9 malignantly
scrutinized, and every real of imagined flaw
in it pittilessly exposed. No quarter is
shown in this savage warfare. If a candi
date has in his youth or his middle age
done an act that he has reason to be
ashamed of, or that is difficult of defence
or explanation ; or even if there be some old
false accusation which has long hcea dis
carded and lived down, it is dug out of
the past and brandished before the public
as part of the substance of tbe canvass.
We say this is unfortunate, not only be
cause it provokes bloody collisions like that
in San Francisco, but because it degrades
and depraves our politics. There are cases
without doubt in which a candidate's of-
fences against law and morals are so fresh
and conspicuous that they ought to be ex
posed, or where his official malfeasances
and derelictions are a legitimate subject of
discussion and criticism. But tho dealing
in exasperating and insufferable epithets
and charges, even in such cases, is to be
deprecated. There is no doubt that the
American public regard Kalloch as an im
moral man, utterly unfit to be Mayor of
Sao Francisco-, but the tacts in his career in
Boston and Kansas could have been, and in
truth, were brought to the knowledge of
that community in a plain, quiet way
v&nd here the personal attack on him should
have ended Instead of being pushed to the
point of provoking tho counter-charge
against Do Young, which led to the shoot'
ing. It docs not always disgrace a public
man to prove against him a disgraceful re
cord. A number of years ago a Repub
lican member of Congress, O. B. Mattcson,
was expelled for bribery, when his consti
tucnt elected him to rill the vacancy,
Wkittemore, a South Carolina member of
Congress, was expelled for selling West
Point cadctships, and he, too, was re
elected by his constituents. And wo all
know that notwithstanding tho disgusting
charges made and almost proved against
Kalloch tbe people of San Francisco have
elected him Mayor. For this thero is no
remedy. There lino higher power than
the people, and if they, with their eyes
open, deliberately elect an immoral man to
tbe public office, no appeal Hi from Iheir
We live given plnco to a cumk-t of
communications touching tho uho of pre
Tcntircs of diphtheria and icorlct fever, and
moo portion of the country toemi exempt
from the Tialtationi of those temhle disease,
we give conspicuous placo to tho following
directions as to tho treatment of scarlet
fever from tho incipient stages throughout
The venerable aud ablo editor of "The
Good Health," declares that it is as urihecx
sary that tho child should dio of scarlet
fever as it is that it should ' be blind with
cataract. Let us see: At any timo beforo
tho body has finished its ineffectual strug
gle wo are able to help it, not by wonder
ful medicines, but by tho knowledge of
anatomy aud tho application of common
sense. Wo consult tho sympathetic nerve
and do what it commands us to do. We
must givo this child salt when it wants it;
wo must give it acid when it lias fever-
not vinegar but lemon juice, because tho
first coagulates albumen aud the latter docs
not on account of tho surplus of oxygen
which it contains. To imitate the soothing
mucous in tho intestines, ' which is now
wanting, and to give some respiratory food
at the same time, wc add sumo gum-arabic.
To restore and relievo tho injured nerve we
apply moist warmth. In practice wc can
fulfill all this with tho following simple
manipulations : Uudress tho child and
bring it to the bud at the very first sign of
sickness. Give it, if it has already fever,
nothing but warm, sourish lemonade with
soma cum-arabic in it. Then cover its
abdomen with somo drv flannel. Take a
well-folded bed-sheet and put it in boiling
hot water; wring it out dry by means of dry
towels nnd put this over tho flannel on the
child's abdomen. Then cover tho whole
and wait. The hot cloths will perhaps re
quire to bo repeated heat. According to
the severity of the case aud its stage of pro
gress perspiration will commence in the
child in from ten minutes to two hours.
Tho child then is saved; it soon falls to
sleep. Soon after the child awakes it
shows slight symptoms to returning inclina
tion for food help its bowels if necessary
with injections of oil, soap and water, aud
its recovery will be as steady as the growth
of a grcen-houso plant if well treated. Of
course if the child was already dying noth
ing could save it, or it has effusions in the
lining of the heart or brain it is'much bet
ter that it should die. Rut If the above is
applied in due time, under the eyes and
direction of a competent phjsician, I will
guarantee that not ono in a hundred chil
dren will ever die of scurlet fever. I know
this will startle some of my readers, especi
ally those who have lost children already,
but I shall go still further. I maintain
that a child will never get scarlet fever if
properly treated. If a child has correctly-
mixed blood it will not catch tbe disorder
if put in bed with a sick child. Tliia is
still more startling, but nothing is easier of
300 deposited with Alex Frothiiidmin
& Co. brokers, 13 Wall Street, New York,
as margin on 100 shares bt. I'aul It, It.
stock realized $l,C0O for the operator a few
weeks afterwards. Their Weekly Finan
cial Report is sent free.
A Search Warrant allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and Lindsey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes and 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 bur
name is on the bottom of tho wrapper
R. E. Sellers & Co., Prop'rs, 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.
Bradbery's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours after taking tho medicine. Benj. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Sarver, St. Loui9, Mo. Sold by all drug
gists. Trice 23 cts. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, To. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
TnE Tiicrii is mioiity nnd will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
are living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, billious
ncss, hcadacho arising therefrom, costive
cess, constipation, dizziness and all disor
dors rcsultiug from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. Price 25 cents. R.
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agcuts.
KiDNEY-'WoiiT-Tlio only known remedy
acting at tho tmme timo on tho Liver, Ikmclg
Buffering .Woman Thero is mt erv
mall proportion of tho women of this
nation that do nut miller horn some of tho
diicngft for which Kidiipv-Wort is annuel
tic. lion mo uowem luivo become cobUvc,
hcadacho torments. Kidney out of fix, or
pile diatreHS, tuko a pnekmrc. and its
wnndurful tonic and renovating power will
euro you aud give new liio.
Ciiiur hack famk: For ninny year
New Yoikcr luive ken trylnjr to let uro rut
cheap hack hire n they huvo in London
and Pari, hut hacking tcema Mill to ho a
luxu.7 with them, which only tho rich enn
hidul(8 in. Whr hack at all! HalPi
Baltsura will pogltlvely cure all hacking
conghi and cold. Barclay Droi., Agent.
A ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. , v
IBTAT Of ALEXANDER TWSNTB, DBCIAMtl).
The nndi'Mlpiud, having been appointed admin
iKtratrtxof the ettate of Alexander Twnnta, lateof
the county of Alexander acd tato of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby give notice Oiut she will appear he
fore tho county court of Alexander county, at Ibo
court-liousu In Cairo, at tlw December term, on tht
third Monday in December next, at which time all
person havliiKclntm against said estate are notified
and remitted to attend for the purpose of bavins
tho ssmu adjusted. All person Indebted to said
estate are requested to make lmmediata payment
to tho undersized.
Dutedthls J5th dar flf September, A. D. 18T9.
ELIZA J. TWENTE, Administratrix.
F. E. liny, Executor of Etuto J
ol l). U. Hay, deceased
(Petition to sell laud
i to pay debts.
Elizabeth llay, ct al.
lly virtue of a decree of tho county court of White
county, Illinois,) rendered In tho above untitled
cause, at tho December term, 1ST", of said court; I
shall proceed at luo door of tho court nous.', in
Cairo, Illinois, ou
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30T11, 1879,
Between tho hour of 10 o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock
p.m., of said dny, to oiler for sulo at public auc
tion, to the hldient and best bidder, the fcllowiug
described realestutu. situated In the city of Cairo,
Alexander county and stntcof Illinois, to suil-fy
said decree: Lot No. 7, Dlock No. JT, First Addi
tion to the city of Cairo.
tkiw of sai.k: luo rui lot win ho told on a
credit of six and twelve mouth, equal payments.
Tho purchaser will bo required to give note with
approved personal security together with a mort-
cane on the premises to secure the purchase monev
A valuable and desirable two-story business
house and residence 1 situated on this lot, from
Inn on Commercial and corner of Twenty-eighth
The sale will tnko place at 1 o'clock p. m.
F. E. HAY, Executor.
I) U. 11 A V, CecefSed.
JN'O.M. CRE3S, Attorney.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE ISSUE
WIDOWS' & OliHIANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July 11th, 1877, Under tlic Laveul
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted July
'), 1U77. under Act ol'Cocp't'SS.
WILLIAM STRATTON, rwsrorsT.
.Mns. P. A. TAYLOR, - . Yice-Frejident.
J. A. (iOLDSTINE, . TuEAScnElt.
Dlt. J. J. GORDON, - Med. Anvison.
THOMAS LEWIS, . . Szcretary.
HOARD OP MANAGERS '.
J. J. GORDON, Phvsirlun Cairo, Ii!s
Mrs. P. A. TAYLOR, Superintendent of
School. Alexander fount? " "
J. A. tiOLDSTISE. of (iolilstlue & Ko-
senwater, w hulesale aud Retail Deaiers
in Statde and Fancy Drv Goods " "
N. B. THISTLE WOOD, of Hink'.e 4
ThWtlewood, Commlfsiou Merchant,
Cotton nA Tico Factors " "
8. D. AYEhS, of Ayurs & Co., cOLimla-
ton Murchnnti 14 "
THOMAS LEWIS. Insurance Manager
nnd Attorney at Law "
WM. STRATTON. of Stratlon & Bird,
Wholesale (.Hirers "
GEO. M. ALLIEN, Commission Mer
chant. Tfi Ohio Levee " "
JAS. S. REARDEN. Agent Mississippi
Yallcv Transportation Company " "
CIIAS. R. STL ART. Wholesale and Ro
tall Drv bood mid otlon
EDWARD A. UUtEK, Manufacturing
lewvier aua noisnie ceuicr lu
Watchmakers' Tools and Material
CHARLES LANCASTER, Lancaster &
Rice. Lumber dealer
C o. PAT1EH. C. O. Patur Co..
wholccale and Retail Merchants "
Rev. II. Y.GEORGE, Pastor Presbyte
rian c tin rcti
J. C. WHITE. Insurance Agon; .
U. W. .McM-.AUi, fostmaster '
S: P. WHEELER, Attorney and Coun
selor at law "
Mil. LOUISA FISIIBACK
OSCAR HAYTHORN, Wholesale and
Retail Boots. Shoe aud Drv Good " "
A. J. BIRD, Merchant and Htcimhout
Proprietor.... " "
WILLIAM KLUGE. General MenhY.iso "
P. O. SC11L1I, Wholesale and Retail
Drnirglt " "
J. T. HKNNIK. Foundry and MucMlIsi. " '
Mns. I. A. HOWARD. Boarding lincto. " '1
W. F. PITCHER, Insurance Agent
A. HALLEY, Dealer In Stoves, Til and
Hardware " "
E. W. GREEN, Green, Wood & BcutcU "
H. F' POTTER, Editor and ttiWUher '
Argus.Jotin.al Mound City.?;,
Mr. B. A. AYEHS Vllin Ridge, 'T
A. J. FRENCH. Farmer Bird Point. Mo
IMPERIAL GRAXUM. I
"SLTERIOR NUTRITION THE LIFE." '
The Great Medicinal Food.
io flalvntor For Invalid and tho Aged. An In
comparable Ailment forthcGrowtu and Protec
tion of Infant and Children, A Superior
Nntrltlvii In Continued Fever, and a
Reliable Remedial Agent in all Disease of tht
Stomach and Intestines,
THIS Justly celebrated Dikttiu Pur.rATtATloN It,
In componltlon, principally theU'Tr derived
olid extract, the invention of an eminent f hemlst,
It hn not only been highly rj)mmeii(li (, but ce
titled to by a large number of Viemlsts and Phvil
clan rertreseutltitt a very Brfli degree nf mcdlenl
mm 1110 MIIITB niKTKll I' tin t nnui V RltaAl,
srlenco as the Safest, Most Acceptable and Holcii
me rood ror tiicurowtn
i and Protection r T,,r,,i. I
nnd Children, and for
Mother lacking tfuiKclen
Kmirlnhment for their offspring.
Vnllke lboe preparation mado from nu'.mnl of
vlnou mntt'ir, which are lliihlo to stimulate thu
brain and Irritate the digestive organs, it umliruw
In lis elementary composition .
That which makes strong Bone and Muscle. That
which makes good Flesh aud Blood, That which I
easv of Digest lull-never constipating. That wlilrb is
kind and friendly to the Brain, und Unit which annus
a preventive of those Iutestluul Disorders lucldeu
tal to Childhood.
And. while It would bp difficult to conceive nf any
thing lu Food or Desert more creamy nmi delirlmi
or more nourishing siwl strengthening n. nn Riil
mont lu Kevor. Ptilinoniiry Complaint, livmii.n.u
and General Debility, It lUim Mkhicinm; L cel.
i. it ma In all Intkstinal Disxakxs, enpeclnilyi'i,
Dytcntrrv, Chronic I)lnrrh(ni and Cholera Infun.
Ila been Incontestablyrrovcn,
Bold Wholesale aud
rniscirAL cities of tho i'nited statku.
JOHN CARLE SONS, NEW YORK,
Lame and Sick Horses
FREE OF COST!
GILES' LIMMEXT IODIDE AMMONIA
SPAVINS, Splint and Kitpbone cured without
iilemlsh. bend fur pamphlet containing full In
formation to Dr. Win. Vile. l-:0 Droadwny, N. Y.
Use oulv for horses the Liniment iu yellow wrap
nor. Sold by all druguist. !u r,uart, at fi.W,
in which thero i a irreiit savini;. Trial bottles ifi
cents, fold wholesale and rcluil by BARCLAY
BROTHERS, Cairo. Illinois.
BOSTON BEEF PACKING CO.
187 CONGRESS STREET, BOSTON. HAS.
SOMETHING NEW.-Excollen Economical
Food for Familie. PURE WHOLESOME MEAT.
Save Fuel. Save Bother. Convenient and Dilic
io.'.s Cold, wiii'.e so many nice dishes mtiy be made
out ol it.
Ask yo.ir Grocer for it. Ask your Butcher for It.
Fiity per cent more nutriment in a given (tnin
tity nt tlils Fresh Reel' than iu any other
canned Fresh Beef.
SOLD BY. GR0CEE3 GENERALLY.
Opinion of Eminent
CoM;n' I.UUg' Lii,uld FxtriKt fi Beef
I a mot esceiiect preparation. Ii l par excel
lence. Superior to Cod Liver Oil or acvt.'iitig I
Lava ever used in waned or impaired constitutluc
aLd au excellent preventive (.f Malarial ciisenn's.
VAN SCII.UCK i STEVENSON. Chicago Agts.
Newspaper Advertling Bureau, lu Spruce St..
New York, can learn tbe exact cost of nv proposed
line I ADVERTISING in American Newspapers.
t10u Page Pamiihiet, 30 Cents., J
f OAAt1'0''-1 on 3ft dav invpstmciit 1 riA
lUU Official Reports, free MUU
Proportional returns everv w eek on Stock Options ol
Si - J 50 - J KO - f vm. Address.
POTTER WIGHT & CO., Bankers. S?. Wall St.,
AGENTS WANTED for mitlf Bible Dl-tlnm-rv
l2Priccs reduced. Circular' free.rl
A. J. HOLM AN CO., Ballad. paia.
VniTXfr "UFY U'"rn Telegraphy and
1 J.-" JIf earn 140 to film a month.
Every graduate guaranteed a paving situniion.
Address R. Valentine, Manager, Jun'ceviile, Wis. .
ftT??"1011 and expense gurT,t. to Aeenu.
V outl!: free. Suw Jt Co.. Augusta. Mail.
S777AJY,EARilLi('::r,'tP''',0!,-E' Outfit free
vl I I Address, P. O. VICKERY. Ang-na. Maine.
FEVER AND AG IE FAD.
CURE BY ABSORPTION!
Without Losiiwr The Bettor Way.
LIVEJl t AGUE PAB
BODY & FOOT PLASTERS
A I FOR
Medicated Foot Baths.
Thi se remedie which are tho solo exponent ol
the Cure by Absorption aic opposed to Dosing huvo
been proved the cheapest and .Must Effectual Heme
ily for all Disi use Arising from Miliaria or u dlmr-
('.reed Stomach or Liver, und It is a well known fact
lii.it nearly all the dleae that attack the human
I'ody cau be traced directly or indirectly to fhese
It Is known by actual experience that there is no
disease that attacks the youth and adult oi both sex
es that cau even be modllkd by the ticc of drugs,
but thut can bp acted on lu a fiir more siitiyfartnrv
and pcrnmnciil manner ty the HOLMAN LIVER
uiii'r Ujhk Cnwe-H, Viiiilly So-
knowlndtfed to be Ittyoritl the
UpHoh of Medicine, have Iipen Kay.
rri under the Mill Act ion ol The
jltemedicsi Alone. ,
If qusstloned, cnd for onr pamphlet, "Notnre'i
Law," Riving extended Information and tetlmo
ulal from thu first people tof the country. Mailed
I'lie remcdlea are sent bv mull, nost-nain. nn th.
I idilnt of price, etiTtit thu Suit, which 1 sent bv ex.
nres at lilircliuxer'a exoeuso.
Consultation free, nnd solicited at our office, ot
by mull, giving full description of your case.
DESCRIPTIVE PRICE LIST.
REGULAR PAD U 00; Incipient disease, irt
tage uuiii mm rover, etc.
SPECIAL PAD-IS no: Chronic Liver and Stom
ach Disorder, and Malsrlu
SPLEEN BELT-IIS n; Enlarged Spleen and
Liver ami i-iuii i;aau.
INFANT PAD-Jll Ml; Preventative and euro of
vuiiieni iiiiuuiuui uuu summer
Auxiliaries for Nervona
aim .:ircuiative Troub
le throwing efl' ob
struction aud remov
Auxllnry for cold, sick
headaehs, numhuuM of
FOOT " pair Wc
box 8o t bnxui,Jl.S
tot ftirtlior Informntion a to disease reached by
the P'l Auxlllurlei, consult our pamphlet.
BATES & IIAULE Y,
Rooms 8 and 8, Singer Building, 81, Lnnls, Mo.
KorSalcbyFAVI, (l. SCHUH, BAR
CLAY BROS., and FRANK MEALY,
Druggists, Cairo, Illinois
i!C O ALINE !
- THE ELECTRIC CLEANSER. -
HAS XO EQUAL FOR GENERAL IIOUSE-CLEANING
PURPOSES, FOR WASHING CLOTHES
FOR THE BATH, &C, fcC.
For Cleaning Point, VnrniBhcd Surfaces, AVlndow Glass, Mirrow, Gold FruuitH
.Marble, rianos, Sewing Machines. Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Cases. Bionw'
Cut Glass, Globes, Gas Fixtures; Removes fitch and Tar from tho Hands or Clothiu-
readily, ic, &c.
FOR USE AS A DISINFECTANT
Anythini? Soiled by OIX or
.uiv,Ux' uy xjirz oi any icmd.it will clean
WITHOUT SOAP OK WATER.
T WEsrniiN Coai.i.m
it Company 1 have used
claim ft. it. superior to soup a, a clean, d ,ncU
t,V w.thout lujurm, ,to tex,,re or dilu, fast colors. ,, clean, hU huud.uud le sk In
SJft. It t!d hca sores nnd chnii.,l h.,i,.l. in.. i, n ill. SiilO
i r nituiij.
Totiib WEsrsnv Coaunk Co-Wo have bon aslng In our family Coalln.. " ... ni,i . . ,
in this cl, and dud It ono of the mo, us,fu, fo! family Jl . 'r tZnZZTlt
K' dM,llD tinS ,rea,o spot, out of ciothiu car, c" etc '.M,
. itT E, VSLY,WMhl"S t'0ml'0mi,1 '0,d !u Ba!". "I ilrlctlj for cr.sh. K.vlDR ,tc puldk . ncw
and valuable article at a low flure enmpetiuj with .tuple Koods like Soap.
The followln, tostiinonlul, from person, with horn many iD Cairo and vicinity' are mM place
coal ne ia It. true po.itioa before the public. IU, . ,hlng. and ,boul(1 be JavtMS "UC
I have used coa.iue lu my house. It save. lal,or and Mve, clothe,, and 1. inexpensive. I w.nld not
be without it. -Centralla. 111., AuKnt lHth. 1K3. MUS. JAMES MrFUL
K-mTI l "0 thUt " Cltt'me" ChCt'rfUl,y "-C-tralli,l'11,rJUi,
Mils. U OX LEY.
I have used coaltne tocU-an hcad-HjUl. of engines, where the dirt I hardened, and 1 usually cleaned
with conc.Btr.ted lye. I found ccaliue to do the work fully a, well a. potash, without .,. injuriou.
ctTects.-C cntralla, III., AnSus, 19th, 1,7!.. C. BILLS, Foreman Taint Shop. I. rr. ,,
All leading grocers will have It, and can supply their customer In a few dav,. It 1 Mw a j wU
be, at all time, oblaitable at t
Ileaas of Families w ill Call and Get a Sami.Ie, Free for Trial, at our Stores
SAVE YOUE ENGINES!
We Desire to call Your attention to 0or
WHICH IS NOW COMING INTO GENERAL USE.
WALTER'S PATENT ESCAPE Oil
NO MOKE CYLINDER
I call the attention of proprietors of Steam Enginrs to tho uso of this Vulve, by which .
agrcat saving of fuel is effected. Tito Valvo being closed on tho Admissidn oi' steam and
open when exhaust injr, tho ciigino is not liable to get out of line,' as no water is allowed to '
aecuuiulftto iu tlio cylinder the Valvo opening or shutting automatically- at eneh strolto. '
Tim i.1fiwliv Id l,,., flt, utltAi, nnf.ttin Id nnf tvnflrtnrt A till) Vrn1.,.. ' .1 1..
open by a spiral spring. The Valve will pny
short time, and will last over ten years.
UT'State nnd County Rights for Sal
.OP THE WORLD 1
GHEASE.by Flics or I
t'ouline in mv ft,mil .,,. ...i i. .. ..
8. EVEIiETT. Ill Cottar tirovo Ave .Chicago.
L. ti. CALKINS.
ILL 'or Eighth St.
1IJ1J' I and WHshirisrton Avenue.
IIEADS BROKEN OUT.
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