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OFFICIAL TATER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
K. A. Burnett,
pOR ASSESSOR AND TREASURER.
Wo aro authorised to announce Geohkb W.
Samsons as a candidate for election to the oll'.co
of Assessor and Treasurer of Alexander County at
the approaching November election.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 1, 1870.
The latest anil hiost thorough sensation
hero is the report about TiUlen's expressions
of dissent at the doings of the Southern
Democratic leader. Tho first intimation of
this came out in a local paper here. It was
ii . ji . i i . ii it .
men iaKen up ana leicgrapncu au over me
country. It was next followed by denials
and explanations, and finally it has got into
a muddled state so that every one is left in
the glorious position of being at liberty to
judge for himself whether to believe the
story or not.
Now, I have a word to add to this
gossip, which is authentic. It comes from
a man who saw Mr. Tildcn last spring, and
subsequently told mo tho substauce ot his
conversation, but with the injunction of
secrecy. But this late gossip, my authority
thinks is authorized indirectly by Mr.
Tilden, and so now ho removes tho in
junction of secrecy from what he reported
to me, only concealing his name. He brought
to Mr. Tilden's uttention the fact that some
bitter opposition appeared to crop
out in the South among the leaders. "Among
the Brigadiers, you mean," interrupted Mr.
T. with his peculiar smile. "I have a word
to say about them," ho continued. "It is
this : Tho Southern leaders, who wink at
the crimes of ignorant law breakers, who
refuse justice to all who do not agree with
them, will losc power and influence, and be
of small account in the next campaign.
Their methods aro not Democratic, but
worse than that for our purpose, they aro
inimical to the Northern idea, and must
cease or the Northern Democracy will break
and go the way it did in 1870." "Then,
said this gentleman, "am I to understand
that you do not want the Democratic nomi
nation and that the reason you don't want
it is that you would bedefeatcd?" "Not
exactly that," said Mr. Tilden. "But this I
. will say. The Southern Brigadies, as you
call them in Congress, have it in
their power to elect mo or defeat
me in advance. What they will do is a
problem upon which tho country is hang
ing anxiously. Ii they pursue tho course
they seem to have marked out, I shall not
want the nomination. So you sco I shall
not be prepared to say whether I want tho
nomination until late in the next session of
Congress perhaps very lato, and that is all
I can gay to my best friend." I conclude
therefore that Mr. Tilden is sincero in his
latest utterance to tho effect that ho is not
laboring for tho Presidential nomination,
but solely to kill off Tammany, tor that
aentimcnt ttiUlcs with his former expression.
There con be no concealing tho fact that
the report of Mr.Tildeu'i free talk has had
tho effect among the Southern Democrats
here that a bomb shell might have iu a
quiet enemies' camp. They accuso Mr.
Tilden of bad faith, and ol antagon-
izlntf their politicians , in otder to
court itivor in the North.' They accuse
hiin of Wanting to give them away to pro
mote bii own interest, ited of taking advan
igt of their hclplm condition- really to
clutch tho nomination', having confidence
that they would bo obliged to support tho
Democratic caudiduto whoever ho might uo
However injust this opinion may bo, it can
not bo denied that it has intensified the
feeling ngainst Mr. Tilden, mid would woll
nigh solidify the South against him in
the convention if it was to bo held present
Tilings are at a stand still officially
Tho govermcutis on a vacation with a ven
gencc, and it is useless for people to come
hero now tor tho purpose ot transacting
business witli tho department business
that depends upon tho "heads." It is os
pecially an unhappy season for office seek'
crs, as there is nobody hero eveu into
whose cars' they can pour their woes.
Paris, Sept. 20th. fS70
France unpreoccupied by tho rumors of
war which fix tho attention ot many of the
great Powers of Europe, undisturbed for
the moment at least by tho plotting of
rival ioruis of Government, and having
naught but its internal nrrngemeuts to
modify or complete, has judged tho mo
ment ppportuue to developo abroad vast
commercial schemes of which tho Suez
Canal is the most successful example. It
is true that the attempt to start a company
for cutting the Isthmus of Daricn has
failed, but did not Professor Nordenskjokl
fail six times before he accomplished the
North-East Passage? M. Ferdinand do
Lesseps is not a man to be daunted at the
outset, and he will try again next
year. In the meanwhile he is devoting his
energy to another great project winch
at first sight appears wholly chimerical.
To construct a railway to the very centre
of Africa, and thence to the French posses
sions on the west coast of the unknown
continent is not a project en Fair, but one in
the hands of engineers and travelers. A
sub-committee of the Trans-Sahara Com
pany met yesterday, with M. ds Lesseps in
the chair. The necessity of Immediate ac
tion was insisted upon and the resolution
that the llaoussa and Lake Tchaad, in the
very centre ot Africa, should be the points
towards which the railway should be laid,
was unanimously adopted.. "All ideas
even of important commercial transactions
with the Soudan across the desert of Sahara
would have to be abandoned'' said M. Say,
"if any other route were selected than the
one wo have suggested. The whole of our
policy in Sahara must be the occupation,
first by diplomatic means and afterwards by
locomotive engines, of tho salt roCjka which
form tho halting places of the caravaus.
The salt springs of the desert are the
keys of tho Soudan.
So much of the "Marseillaise" lias been
leard of late that M. Paul de Casguac,
weary of heavier subjects, has taken up the
National Anthem," as tho satire ot his
soug against the government. "Citizen
pontiffs of the republic," he exclaims into
night's Pays, "change your national hymn
or let me whistle. I have just dined com
fortably, and am about to light my cigar.
Suddenly I hear the cry, 'To your arms,
citizens.' Tins shocks and alarms me, and
I hiss. I know very well, however, that if
invited to take up arms they would quickly
decamp. In a few moments come drunkards
declaring instentorian tones, 'that our wives
and our children are being slaughtered.
I know that this is falsa news I
whistle. I have tlic right of so doing at
least. And so on during tho evening. The
same drunkards state that the 'day of glory
has arrived,' which is notoriously inaccu
rate; that 'the blood-reeking standard has
been raised,' which is premature, to say
tho least; and . that it is
necessary to water our furrows with impure
blood, which will not improve our crops
this year, uor destroy tho phylloxera. If
exasperated by so absurd and idiotic a song,
I protest against it, I shall be cashiered if
an officer, imprisoned if a civilian; whilst
tho returned convicts are exalted to the first
rank of 'virtuous citizens." The Imperial
ists," contiuues M. Paul dc Cassagnac, "were
inoffensive when they repeated in chorus
tho legend of the Beau Dunois, and, with
the exception of M. Jules Ferry, who was
married civilly, no one could bo shocked
at hearing of "the bravest man and tho fair
est damsel walking together to the alter of
tho Lord." The "Marseillaise," away from
tho battle-field, is but an executioner's or
chestra; to its strains the heads waltzed into
the basket. Attracted by ' its sound tho
crowds gathered around the guillotine. It
is tho hymn of discord, of civil war It is
the anthem of murderers.
A FKKTTY PHILANTHROPISTS The
"Prisoner's Friend" of New York is a very
handsome nhd quite wealtey Western lady
named Linda Gilbert. Sho supplies tiic
poor wretches with books, papers, etc
and to those who nro penned in tho deadly
and horrible loomus, sue brings Giles
Liniment Iodide Ammonia, which she savs
is the only real treatment for their neuralgia
and rheumatism. " GHe s nils cures neural
iria. Sold by all druggists. Send for
pamphlet. Dr. Giles, 120 West Broadway,
i. i. l rial size cents, uarclay liros
Cuew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy To
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1879.
- Lm- . , . .
A DISSATISFIED TRAMP. !
From tho Cbtcaj-oTribuiia,
' A gentleman attired in clothei which had
seen better days called at tho Tribune
ofllco on Saturday, with a slip cut from tho
paper, and asked to see tho editor. When
his request had been complied with, in a
measure he said, with a withering sneer.
".Wot arc yo givm' us, young feller, hey?
Don't you see what you're printing in the
paper? Look a here!". and ho tendered
tho reporter a printed scrap, which the rc-rvn-ter
took betwen tho points of a pair of
scissors, audi scrutinized at a respectful
"This, my friend," said the reporter to the
representative of tho Ilendrick B. Wright
interest, "this, my menu, seems to bo an in
teresting item uboutan impecunious gcntlo-
man in Winona, Minn., who weeded a cucumber-bed
for his dinner and sawed a
cord of wood for his supper, and whoso de
meanor so impressed the woman of tho
house, that she at oncu wroto an account of
the affair to the Winona, Republican.j Are
.you tho industrious gentleman referred to?
Do you want to correct tho report?"
Na-aw," said tho visitor indignantly.
"Do I look like a man that would weed a
bcil of coweumbers of tho ground for a
small plate of hash? Do you think
could so tar lorsjet myselt . as to
split menial wood for tho cold
buck wheat cukes that fall from tho rich
"Well, what do you want?"
"Want? This is wfcat I want, and I
speak as the representative of about 500,
000 American citizens. 1 want you to stop
publishing items like that, which are only
alculated to increase the evils ot contrnc-
tioiiHtidthc sufferings of the poor. If the
impression once gets abroad that us fellows
are in the habit of weeding tho coweum
bers upon a thousand beds, and making
saw-mills of ourselves lor the sake ot our
board, we'll be ruined. That's what's tho
mutter. If you want to nnd reading tnat
will interest vour readers and Iwiutit
the struggling poor, just you give them
some stories about the disguised dukes and
Italian marquises and tramps, who were
given a square feed of roast chicken and ice
cream, with fifteen cent cigars mid a tiip of
good whisky as grace after meal, and who,
fifteen weeks afterwards, left their generous
benefactors iJO.OOO. That's the sort i f lit
erature you fellows wntit to print. Your
readers cry for it, and the farmers sit on
the" fences for hours waiting to get their
The reporter thanked his visit ir tor this
communication of his views on jourr.a':i.m.
and the visitor left, having inquired if the
Congressional Labor Cor.ny'.tto w.iJ still in
A DOG IN HIS OWN. DEFENSE.
Li Uiluu Te'.Lvr.r.ih.
Averse from being convicted for grave
misdemeanor and suffering the penalities of i
the law, a dog belonging to one Theodore
Gordon, of Siiepherd's-bush. has played a
sensible part. It had been taken before
Mr. Paget on the serious accusation of bit
ing a lad's pantaloons, and the evidence on
the charge of ferocity was going hard
against it, when, the creature entered the
court. Immediately comprehending the
situation, it jumped upon the magistrate's
desk, and, in lieu of a speech for the de
fense, fondled the representative of nn of
fended justice; then u-ttlo down qU'etly
upon a e'liiiir, where its impsKcluWe 'io
haviur during the remainder of the case so
wrought in its favor that, in place of being
dangerous,, it was declared playful, and
liberated without even the necessity of find
ing bail. It is evident that, like Artemus
Ward's kangaroo, the Shepherd's-bv.sh
mastiff was extremely intelligent. Had it
bitten the magistrate or worried the usher,
or, even barked at the spectators who
thronged the court, it might have met with
the direst fate. But the' dog knew that
there was a time tor all things, and that in
the Hammersmith court an affably en
gaging manner would be preferable. In
reviewing the conduct of this thoughtful
animal, one is almost tempted to regret that
it cannot imbue some of the lords of crea
tion with equal segacity. If some of thera
nly knew when to be quiet, a great step
would be gained.
Every moment of our lives every part of
ourbodv is wearing and being built up
anew. This work is accomplished by the
blood, but if the blood does not perform its
work properly the system is poisoned.
Cleanse the blood by the use ot Dr. Bull's
Baltimore Tills. Harmless but eficicnt.
WIT AND HUMOR.
A cheap country scat A stump.
What women are doing Men.
'"A sight to behold'' Eyesight.
Is a man with a wooden leg club-footed .'
Nobody's child Joshua, the son of Nun.
A disagreeable picture Picked ! your
The man who $at on
a bent pin.
If Noali was a cousfctent Jew what in
duced him to take Ham into the ark.
That was a good prayer of tho old
deacon : "Lord make us willing to run on
little errands lor Thee."
A nancr advertises for sale a pew which
"commands a view of nearly tho whole
It iz the little bits ov things that fret and
worry us; we kan dodge an elephant but we
kan t a fly. Josh Hillings.
"Oh. look. Louis 1 Fred just sent me this
sweet little puppy. Wasn't he kind?" "Yes,
dear; but it's just like him."
The man who was "moved to tears" com
plains of tho dampness of the premises and
wishes to be moved back again. !
An Irish newspaper says: "In the absence
of both editorB,thc publishers have succeed
ed in securing the services of a gentleman
to edit the paper this week."
"What's eggs this morning?" "Eggs, of
course," snys the dealer. "Well," snys the
customer, "I'm glad ot it, for the last 1
bought of you were all chickens."
"There are two things," says nn ex
change, "that a man don't like to ailniit
that he has been jilted by a woniaii, and
that he drew a blank in a lottery."
A faithful brother in a Fnirchild (Conn.)
church recently prayed for the absent mem
bers "who were prostrated on beds of kick
uiss and chairs of wellness. .
When an editor heads a letter " vita)
issue," the proof-reader change it to a vi
lual issue," aid says it's strango what
tlamca ioois tnero aro trying to edit news
papers. ; , f m
Au old farmer, tho first time ho eat au
orstcrs stew, was asked how he liked it
"Well," ho nnswerd. "I like the eoun woll
enough, but I wish they'd , left out then
Rural Etiquctto Guest : "Don'fcyou know
any better than to walk into my room with
out rapping? you see I am all undressed?"
Servant: "Oh' you ncedn t excuso yourself,
mum ; i uon t mind."
.Very innocently an Irish newspaper con
cludes its account of au imposing ccrcniO'
ny : "The procession was very line, being
nearly two miles long, as was also tne pray
er of tho Rev. Mr. McFaddcu."
A lazy man, having a wife named Hope,
whose custom it was to pull off her hus
bciid's boots every evening, was wont to cx-
claim on such occasions: "How truly it is
said that Hope is tho Yanker of tho solo."
A Recitation Room Scene Professor in
history to uon-attentive senior: "Mr. ,
how long, did tho J0-years' war last?" N. A.
S.t "About 1G years, I think, sir." Applause
on the part of tho attentive seniors.
"I'll subscribe for that paper," said Van-
derliilt, laying down an agricultural journal
he had been reading: "Its editor is a man
of high attainments." His eye had caught
an article headed, "Water Your Stock Re
A Georgia debating society was lately
discussing: Which is best iWthe laboring
man, to work for wages or part of the crop';"
An old "uncle ' spoko the sense ot the meet
ing he said : "Ilofe was de best, ef dcy
could only be I rung to gedder somehow. '
A young man of one of the first families
of Syracuse went to a vatering-place.
When he returned an acquaintance asked
him whether there wero medical springs at
the resort. "Springs aw yes, I believe
there were " "And what was the property
of the water, cathartic or diuretic?" "Well,
wcally, I don't know, my dear boy, I did
not taste it, but from the smell I should say
it was emetic."
It is the only medicine I would give to
ir.y Baby, a mother said, speaking of Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup. At all the drug stores,
A SEAitcn Warrant allows an officer to
go through vour house from cellar to gar
ret, ami Linasey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to tius 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,
OvC, 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. ii Sellers .& Co., Prop'is, Pittsburgh.
Pa. Barclav Bro's Agents.
Hve vovr children. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teannoimful given to child of Mr.
iB.-adbery's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine. Beiij, Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug
gists. Trice 25 cts. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. .Send for cir
:uiar. Barclay Bros., Agents
The truth is miouty and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
ire living witnesses to . the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
hhe worst cases of liver complaint, billious-
ics, headache arising therefrom, costive
tiess, constipation, dizziness and all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. Price 25 cents. IT.
;eilers ifc Co., Proprietors, Pittsburg
Barclay Bros., agents.
Sn-TERiMi Woman There is but very
mall proportion of the women of this
pition that do not suffer from some of the
diseases for which money- ort is a speci
fic. When the bowels have become costive,
headache torments, Kidneys' out of fix, or
tiles distress, take a package, and its
iwniiderful tonic and renovating power will
k urfl vou and give new life.
CiiE.vp hack fare: For many years
New Yorkers have been trying to secure as
cheap hack hire as they have in London
ind Paris, but hacking seems still to be a
iuxury with them, which only the rich can
indulge in. Why hack tit all? Hall's
2alsam will positively cure all hacking
oughs ami colds. Barclay Bros., Agents.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTR E.
EHTATE OF ALBXANDEH TWESTK, DEeEASEI).
ft"... mw1ii'hmifl. tiBvlnV bc-n nnnnintrd admin.
Iratrlx of the ei-tute of AK xiimliT Twi iite. lateuf
county of Alexander and stale of Illinois. He
iliM'd. hereby (jives notice that she will appear he
lie i he county court of Alexander county, at 1lie
tiirt-honse In Cairo, at tho December term, on tho
tird Monday In December next, at which time all
It-oils havltici'liilms inalnsl al(l estate are notified
:l requested to attend for tho purpom of havlut:
li same adjusted. All persona Indebted to said
unto are requested to make immediate payment
Dated this 'jMh dav of September. A. D. ls,n.
I ELIZA J. TWKNTE, Admiiilstrairix.
E Ei Hny, F.seeutnr ofEstuto ! ,, ,
olD. U. Uuv, deceased. (Petition to snllland
i I v's ( to pay debt,
jEll-.abolli Hay, ct al. (
flVvirtne cfn decree of the county court of V'hlto
coldly, Illinois, rendered in inc. iinovt emiticu
cane. at tu December term. 1HTT. of said court; I
ha) proceed at tho door of tho court house, in
,'k, Illinois, on
THVKHPAY, OCTOBER MTU, HW,
lit ween the hours of 10 o'clock a, m. and 5 o'clock
in., of said day. to offer for snle at public auc
on to thchliihest and best bidder, tho following
scribed realestate. allnaled in the city or Cairo,
liixnnder coutilv and stale i'f Illinois, to smtlsfy
ild decree: Lot No. 7. Block No. . First Addi
tin to the cltv of Cairo.
Tbkmi ok Walk : The said lot will bo srtld ou ft
p'dll of six and twelve moiulis, enual pnvmcuts,
1 purchaser will be required to give ,note with
niiroved personal aeruilty toncthur with a mort
clie on tho preuiiseatosecurii the pnrehaso money'.
t valuable ami desirablo two-tury business
hso and residence Is -Hunted on this lot. front
In on Commercial uud comer of Tweuty-oltflith
"rhe'iialewlll tako place ot 1 o'clock p. m.
I P. E. HAY, Kxecntor.
' , M ... ' --AY, Deceased.
Jjs'O.M. CREB8, Attorney.
CO ALINE Si
- THE ELECTRIC CLEANSER. -
HAS NO EQUAL FOR GENERAL IIOIaSECLEANIN(t
PURPOSES, FOR WASHING CLOTHES
. ' FOR THE BATH, AC., AO. '
For Cleaning Paint. Varnished Surface Window Glass, Mirrors, Gold Fr'anus,
Marble, 1 lanos Sewing Machines. Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Warn, Show Cases. Bronxi
Cut Glass, Globes, Gas Fixtures; Removes Pitch and Tar from the Hands or CI,,,!,,,,-
readily, Ac, ic. '
FOR USE AS A DISINFECTANT
Anything Soiled by OIL ov
cu imotiov by Dirt ol
lo lU-mtM CoAf,NS Cii'any 1 Hum. vea'CvaJlno in my family ami ::,d It ail the Mu afac-ur ,
TuTT? J" f f Ut eUUt " the bauds and , v ' , ,t V
oft. It a.so b.a!s sores m chapped hand- revllly. Respectfully yurs.
VflLLIAM S EVERETT. HI Cottar,--irove Ave , Chin,
To T.iB Wzr.ns Coau.sb C'Ve have Wn laS incur family .-Coaline." ,, artiJc m m-f " I
n is ei-y. an u It one of ,h most .,,.,. ,hR for family use we have cvor k, J ffl
Krubbin,, cleans rUm. silver, taking spot, on, ol cloth., a, carpets, ., I
S o. uM "w 1!-T" i,rkc u !ow " ,o " - ct ;
'' L. (i. CALKINS.
iir '13 THE ONLY Washlnj
...... ......bto un.cie ata low iure competin- with
The ftlowing testimonial! fruin
I'ersnIlS With V
v" '""'"I,C1""' oeioreiae public, it 1,
I have used coallne In my house. It saves labor and aves clothe,, and in inexpensive. I ,,,J u,
be without It -Centra!!., ill.. Attust 1Mb, 1SU MRS. JAMES MeKAn.
I Una .valine to be all that s claimed to: it. and cheerfully recommend .-.-Central!.. Illino s
A"'',1"lMll',S:, MRS. I). OXLEY. '
1 have tn-i coallue tocle.n LeaJ.ll;hts ofcna'nc, where the dirt I- hardened, and Is usual? c.iwl
......,.u.u.,iU.Jc. i iuhlu coujii.e to oo me
eurcis. Leirm na. i. .. Aii'ii! rttti i--ti
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All leading crocers will ha.e !,. and cay supply
e. ot all time, obtuiuuMe at
Rends of Families will Call and Utt a Saiiih. Kiee for Trial, iu our Stoi cs
j CAIRO, ILL.j
KJ1X T .1
We Poire to call Vour attention to Our
WHICH IS NOW COMING INTO GENERAL USE.
WALTER'S PATENT ESCAPE OK
NO MORE CYLINDER
I call the uttention of proprietors of Steam Engines to tho uso of this Valve, by which
n great saving of fuel is effected. Tho Valvo being closed on tho admission of steam and
open when exhausting, tho engine is not linblo to get out'of lino, as no water is allowed to
accumulate in tho cylinder tho Valve opening or shutting nntnntically at each stroke.
The cylinder is kept dry when tho engine U not working, as tho Valves nro then kept
open by a spiral spring. The Valvo will pay its price in tho saving of fuel in a very
short time, and will last over ten years. . ' .
tiTStnte ond County Rights for Sale. Apply ft this 0:rlco for Particulars.
OF THE WORLD!
" 1 f tT1
GUKASK.by Flies or I
any kiml.it -will clean
P OH WATER.
in Bulk, and strictly for cash, -rivinc the :mAU a i.ew
iuoIc food- like Soap.
h.'ll !I11I!IV In !.,., ..I .....i. ... ..
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a -ood thli.ar. and ho:il.l h ...'......
, p. ate
work fully as well as potash,
without In ir.jur.'o'.is
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. r or, iiititi '.i t.i i.
it shop, I
th.-!r customers In a few duv. It is i
now i t.d wi.l
Corner Eighth St.
and Wellington Avenue,
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HEADS BROKEN OUT.