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"E. A. Burnett. Cairo, lllllnoia "
Only Morning Daily iu Southern Illinois
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
K. A. Burnett,
OR ASSESSOR AND TREASURER.
Wo are authorized to announce Giorgb w .
fiMMONS as a candidate for election to the otticc
or Assessor and Treasurer of Alexander couli ai
the approaching November election.
Mr. James Takk, ot Tittsburg, has an
overpowering confidence in the love and
flfli.litv nf his wife. Ho has insured his
lite, on her account, for $000,000.
The scarcity of small cotes throughout
the country generally is regarded as evi
dence of a ffcrious intention on the part of
tho government to force the 412 1-3 grains
dollar into circulation.
The Danvillo Bourbon says that the plan
of organization adopted by the Democratic
State Central committee, was matured and
suggested by lkin. John II. Oberiy., If the
plan has been promulgated we have not yet
seen it; but we take it for granted that it
is a well-considered one.
It is absolutely undeniable that the Re
publican party in this country is the minor
ity party by more than a million of votes. It
is crowing over its victories in Maine and
California. Now what aro those victories?
Look at them : Of the 15:1,000 votes thrown
in California, only C5.000 were thrown for
tho Republican ticket, showing that, had
the opposition been United, the party would
have been crushed down by the astounding
majority of 23,000 votes. In Maine it is
also in a minority, and triumphed be
cause its opponents were divided.
In 1876 the Republican vote
was 70,000. At tho recent election the
party polled only 08,000 votes, showing a
lw of 8,000 votes in three years. And a
great shout goes up for the great Republi
can victories in Maine and Calitornia
Oucc consolidate the lorces of the opposi
tion, and Republicanism will go . down un
der such a crushing majority that a rally
for another battle, will scarcely ever be at
THE JJOLDEN TIME SET IN.
The inflow ot gold from European coun
tries in exchange for the products of our
soil, is exercising a raost vitalizing effect
upon all kinds of industries, and is held to
be oue of the agencies that opened tho way
to successful resumption. It is argued that,
but for this golden tide, a great financial
crisis in our trudo and money centers would
have been unavoidable. And bo, as the New
Orleans Times asserts, aftcrll the "blow"'
about tho success of the Sherman plan, etc.,
the success ot the resumption scheme has
depended for success upon fortuitous cir
cumstances. But for the general failure of
the grain crops in England and on the Con
tinent, resulting in unusual demands upon
America, and the consequent immense ship
ments of coin to us it is now generally con
ceded In financial circles that we would
have had a serious monetary disaster ut this
Tory time. Contraction, in preparation for
MSUtnption, had strained the country to the
utmost. The crops were large und the
money needed to move them could not huvc
been taken from tho banks ' without
disastrous results but for the unexpected re
ceipts of coin from abroad. However, fort
' tine bat truly favored us, and instead of an
expected strintjent money market we are
suddculy experiencing a currency expan
sion. The pouring of coin into the vaults
4if ths'trcasuiy and bunks bus the automatic
effect of unlocking tho paper currency,
which is now steadily flowing out into tho
channels of production aud trade. f .'
And continuing tho discussion of the sanio
subject, the same journal taya that wo may
now reasonably hopo and expect that be
fore long the groat railroad and
steamship enterprises which j aro so
necessary for the development of tho South
and West, will bo set on foot and pressed
forward to completion. And if tho present
promising condition ot affairs shall continue,
wo may soon realizo tho dream of so many
of our thoughtful men the development of
home manufactures here where we product'
so much of the raw material.
Surely tho gold expansion opcus up a
The State fair, at Springfield, was not the
success, in a financial view, that was antici
pated. This maybe due, inpart, to the fact
that it was bunglingly and insufficiently ad
vertised. In Southern Illinois it was but
rarely spoken of. The newspapers mado no
uieuiiun oi u; mere were no posters cumng
attention to it, and about the only reminders
wo had that there was a purposo to hold a
fair nt Springfield, was an occasional copy
of the premium list, which was scanned
with about tho same avidity that a busy
man would pour over the pages of a Inst
years almanac, l lie bpr.ngheiu ltegistcr
puts the total receipts at $20,008. This is
an increase over the receipts of 1ST8; but
less than those of 1877, when the fair was
held at Frceport, and over 0,000 less
than the recciptsof 1873, when the" fair was
held in Peoria. To insure success, in the
future to increase the receipts from $20,
000 to $100,000, let the directors provide a
walking match. The tame, insipid specta
cle of a half dozen short-crop bruiser?,
wearing themselves out in a pedestrian con
test, will draw visitors from all portions of
"the Stae, and fill the coffers of the associa
tion full, to overflowing.
As spirituous liquors wi'.l injure nun, so
opium or morphia will harmfully tilled the
baby. Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is the mvh
cdy tor the baby. " It is tree Ironi opium,
rricc 25 cents. "
A TLUC'KV INDIAN.
Nevada City Herald.
An Indian known as "Peuving Tom" had
hand-to-hand encounter with a lot of
bears one day last week, en the mountain
above Buck's ranch, which must have been
a terrible battle. lie went huntin'' iu the
ocality spoken of and found a "bear wal
low" in a little valley, and suddenly came
:pon E'vc bears. Ho says he shot one. kill
ing it, when another attacked him. His
only dependence was his butcher-knife, and
with this he managed fo knl the second
one. About tins time anotner one attacked
him, and tho conriick must have been
fearful. Part of tho Indian's scalp
was torn from his head, his face
badly lacerated and his arm, side and one
thigh fairly "eaten up." No bones were
broken, however, and he managed to stag
ger and cnwl to the road, where he was
found and taken to Buck s ranch. Mr.W.g
ner dressed his wounds, and at hist accounts
he was improving and in a fair way to re
cover. He says he would have been killed
but that he kept his face down most of the
time and let the bean bite at his back. A
party went out to the scene of the fight and
lonnd the three bears dead and the Indian s
knife sticking in one of them. He must
have been "game to the backbone," and de
serves the title cf the "bnss bear hunter.''
Tnii Venomous Dkkath ok Mauku
jes not infect the systems of those who
use Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters as a precau
tion against it. Nor is it less useful as a
remedy where intermittent and remittent
fever has tully established itself, i;i conse
quence of a neglec t of preventive measures
It checks the paroxyisms with astonishing
certainty, anil eradicates tins type of lis
ease, even in its most inveterate form. This
medicine is un especial boon to the emigrant
population of the far West, where fevers of
a malarial type aro particularly prevalent,
but the recognition of its merits is so far
from being limited, that it is known and
appraised ut its true value throughout tho
breadth of America. Travelers by land
and sea, miners and sojourners in unhealthy
localities, esteem it highly, and are its most
constant purchasers, and in many a rural
household iar and wide it is the chosen
1 hk Okkice of tiik Kidneys. The
Kidneys are nature's sluice-way to wash out
the debris of our constan'ly changing
oodies. Jl tliey do not work properly the
trouble is felt everywhere. Then be wise
and as soon as you see signs of disorder ge
a package of Kidney-Wort and take it
faithfully. It will clean tho sluice-way of
sand, gravel or slime, and purity the whole
Tai.kino Aiiovt tiik Liveii, we presume
that ill tempter is more otten caused by a
cusortiereci nvcr man anything else. To in
sure a cheerful disposition take llosaduils,
tho great houthern IJemedy, which will it
move tluJ prime cause, and restore the mini
to its natural equilibrium. Sold by Ilnrclay
Lkt a farmer flivldo his white winter but
ter into two lots, whilo yet in the form of
milk, and for one, make use of Perfected
Butter Color, sold by Wells, Kicliardson &
Co., Burlington, Vt while tho other goes
to market without color treatment and he
will discover on what course his interest de
pends. Notice. to all whom rr MAYroxrv.uw!
Tho Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employed, or any one
connected with tho Bulletin, unlcsd tho
mine is made on a written order signed by
myself, und tho order must be attached to
tho bift when presented, and no contracts
f-r advertising (ir job work aro valid unless
tho same uro endorsed by myself. i
'E. A. Bl'RKKTT.
Jackson'i Best Sweet Navy To'
CAIRO BULLETIN.: .THURSDAY MUKNINlt, OCTOBER 9,
A ADMINISTRATOR'S NOT1CB.
KHTATB Of A1.KXANDEN TWgNTK, DKCAU.
Tho unrterslctied, havlne been appointed admin
istratrix or tho estate ol Alexander 1 wente, lute of
the county of Alexander and state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby Rives notice that she will appear be
fore the county court of Alexander county, at the
court-house In Cairo, at the December term, on the
third Monday in December next, at which time all
persons havinp claims apaiusl said estate are notified
and requested to attend lor tho purpose of having
the same adjbsied. All persons Indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this i'lth diiy of September. A. D. 1S79.
ELIZA J. TWKNTK, Administratrix.
P. E. lluv. Executor of Estate I
ofD. ii. Hay, deceased. I Petition to sell land
vs i 10 pay ututs.
Elizabeth Hay, ot al. (
Hy virtue of a decree of the county court of White
county, Illinois,! renuerea :n tne a Dove entitled
cause, at the December term. 1HT7, of suld court; I
shall proceed at tho door of the court bouse, Iu
Cairo, Illinois, on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30TH, 1879,
Between the hours oflO o'clock a. in. aud 5 o'clock
p. m., of said day, to offer for sale at public auc
tion, to the highest and best bidder, the following
described real estate, situated in the city of Cairo,
Alexander county and state of Illinois, to satisfy
said decree: Lot No. 7, Rlock No. i7. First Addi
tion to the city of Cairo.
Tkkjis op Sai.k: The said lot will bo sold on a
rredit of six and twelve mouths, equal payments.
The purchaser will be required to i:ive notes with
unproved personal security together w ith a mort-
4;iti;e on the preniisestosecure the purchase money.
A valuable ano ttcstratue iwo-story unsinem
house and residence is situated on this lot, 1'rntit
Iniron Commercial and corner of Twenty-clMb.
The sale will take place at 1 o'clock p. n.
F. E. II A V, Executor.
D. ii. HAY, Deceased.
til & tiC W. Second St.
Foreign and Dorcet'.ic dried atd canned Fr.i.'.s cud
Vegetables, Ctr.scd. dried aid .'alt F; li. I'kk
es, 8anfi"s, Oils tLd CoL'IlmtLts. !vjv);
tt'.ifs, 13bk:E2 Powders, rrotisd uli!
wjjole Spices. Tulle! and LaLOiy
Soajis. Seed. Jellies. Piesirves
Faicy Groceries and Gro
Stork unparalleled in tho V,'ct.
SEND FOE OTR "GllCf Els' HANOI..
rjUIE CITY NATIONAL BANlk
W. P. IIAI.LIDAT, President.
II. L. HAI.1.1IJAY, Vice-President.
WAITER IiYSLOP. Cashier.
S.PTAATS TA-n.C H. V. P. PA1.LJDAT,
1IESUV L. IUU.1DAV, II. U. Cl'NNINUIUJI,
c. a. wiujAxto.s, "TrMir.N biku,
II. H. CANDKB.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
SOUGHT A'D SOLD. .
D"pnsl!s received atd a ccueral bttklcc business
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
62 Lake St.. 93 Seneca St.
IX POINT OF
Economy in Fuel, Dura
bility, and Convenience,
Completeness of design, and
l'erfectness of Construction.
Simplicity of Management, and
General Working Qualities.
THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE
flTOVES aud rj
' IN THE MARKET.
Time Tried ana Fire Tested!
EVERY STOVE RELIABLE,
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED.
For mile by C. W. HENDERSON, Cntro.
And by Flrst Clnss Dealers E cry bors.
mw tree WWf
: . :
i , , jnj.m.ajJ,
n OR GOUT
Lt ACUTE OR CnRONIO
Vumifactiired only order Us above' Trade Mark
by tlio '
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEITZIO.'
Immediate relief warranted. Permnr.eiit euro
e rirniiteed. Bow exclusively i;od by celebra
ted pbysiclutii of Europe and America, becoming a
sinulei ; Harmless ur.d Reliable Remedy on both
roulim-nts. Tbo bluest Medical Academy of
Pans reports W cures out ofldo cases within throe
ibivs hecret-TUe only dissolverof the poisonous
1 r'ic cld'which exists In the Clood of libetimntlc
aud tiouty Patients. Jl a box; 6 boxes for Y
Kent to Buy address on receipt of price. Indorsed
by ptyslt.aiiS. Hold by all brulsts. Address
WASHBURN & CO.,
Oily Importers' Depot 212 Eroudwny, ', Y.
For Solo by BARCLAY BROS., aud DiiisrIMs
1 S- ft
V . H
PROPRIETOR OF srT.OATS PATENT
R EF Ji I G ETi A TO Ii CaIJS,
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, ELL
PACKED FOR SHIFTING.
Car Loodf? a Specialty.
OFFl C K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Ml'TVAL Alit sncilTY.
UREKA! EUHF.K A 1
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Oifiitlzeil July Hill, 1R77, Under the Lutvsol
the Mite of IllliioiH. Cojiyrlchted July ,
9, lo"7. under Act of Conirms.
WILLIAM STRATTON, Puehhbst.
Mks. P. A. TAYLOR. - Vii'B-Pk:iii:nt
J. A. COLDSTINE, . TuE.sn.Kn.
Pit J. J (iORHON, Mm. Aiiviwjb.
THOMAS LEWIS. Sbci.btakt.
HOARD of ma.nacierh:
T..1. (iORPON. Pbvtle'.un C'h'to. Jl
Mrs. I'. A. TA YI.OK, huperittn deLt of
Sebo'ils, Alexander County " "
J. A. GOLI'VI IN E. of (.olilhtlne A Ro
scnwuier. Wblesn'if and lo tail I'ea.ers
Iu Staple and runey liry tioods. " "
N. It. THISTLE wool;, of Hlnklc ii
Thlstli'woiiil. ConunitHloii Meretants,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor " "
8. I. AYi.liK, of Ayers 4; Co,. Coniinis
sioii .Vercliaiils " "
THOMAS LEW IK. Insurance Manater
anil Attorney at Law " "
W.M. STR'ATTON, of Klrutton Jllrd,
Wbolexulu (irocers " "
OEt. M. ALLIEN, Cummlsslun Mer
cbunt. 7H Oblo l evee " "
JAS. 8. REAKHEN. Atfent M:ssissiipl
alley 'i'l'tiii-i'Or'.iitMiu Conipuny " "
CHAS. It. STUART, Wholesale and Re
tail Dry Coons und Notions ' "
EHWARU A. lll'ltHR. McmifaetitrinR
Jeweler itml W holnile dealer lu
Watchmakers' Tools and Materials. ..." "
CIIAHLEH LANCASTER, Lancacter A:
Kite, Lnin!'crd''altrs "
C O. PA'i 1ER, C. O. I'otitr Co.,
Wholesu.it and Retail Men bams " "
Rtv.U. Y. (iEOIUiE, Pas I or Presbyte
rian church '. " "
.1. U. WlllTK. Insurance Accnt " "
(i. W. Mi'KKAHi, Postmaster " "
B. P. WHEELER, Attorney and Coun
selor at law... " "
Mns. LOIUHA PISIUIAf K "
OHCAR IIAYTIIORN, Wholesale and
Retail Roots. Wtioes und Iry(4omls.... " "
A.. I. Ill HI), Merthant aud Hteamhoat
Proprietor.... " "
WILLIAM KLl'GK.Oeneral Mrch disc " ',
p. (1. Hi iil II, Wholesale and Retail
Druei'lt " "
J. T. RENN IF,, Foundry and Machinist. "
ALBERT LEWIS "
Miih. L. A. HOWARD, IloardliiB House. "
W. K. PITCHER, Insursnee Atit'tit "
A. IIALLKY, Dealer In Stoves, Tin and
Hardware " "
B. W. GREEN, Oreen, Wood A Bennett " "
MMler'" " "
H, K POTTER, Editor and Publisher
Aririis-Journal Mound Clty.lll,
Mrs. 8. A. AYERN Villa RUIe,
A.J. FRENCH. Farmer Bird Point, Mo
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
STEAM FORGE. .
VlTLCAtf IliON WOKKS
Bit OHIO LKVEK. CAIRO, HIS.
John T. Ronnie,
HAVING ustabllshett his works at the above men
tlnued place Is hetler prepared than ever for
,niifcturltiR Steam KiikIuks and Mill Machinery.
tiiivlnir HUiun Iliimuicr aud iimplo Tools, the
Biiiiulactiiw of all kinds of Maclilnery, Railroad,
Hiean bTiat and Hrldiio Fortfluns made u teelalty.
Especial attention irlveu to repairs of hi itnei and
Mrass 'cistlnRS of all kludn made to otdo)
plpo F ttlng In il ll brunches.
iC OA'LINE II
-THE ELECTRIC CLEANSER;
HAS XO EQUAL FOR GENERAL HOUSE - CLE A N I X ( r
PURPOSES, FOR WASHING CLOTHES
FOR THE RATH, ctC, AC. t
For tlcoDing- ruint, VnniK-hed Surfaces, Window Glass, Mirror, Gold Fiuu;i?,
Marble, Tiauos, Si-wing Machines, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Cnsw. Rronzes,
Cut Glass, Glolns, Gas Fixtures; Removes Fitch and Tar frem the Hands or Clot'hir.g
readily, &c, 4'c.
FOR USE AS A DISINFECTANT s1',;1ae
Anythiny: Soiled by Oil, or Gil EASE, by Flies or Pea
oil MarJis.or by Dirt oJ'ariy kind.it will elerm
WITHOUT SOAP OK WATEK.
. ,Tn, Vr:T,N Ct UVA-1 1",vu " n my family and find it all the JUufWc-
c.i...,..: .t. Itisc.rtaiLlysuperlortosoapHS.cleansvrandmucl. more economical. It removes d"t
rora fa .r.c, w.tho,. lnjurinS the tejtur ..rehDimf fast Mara. It cleans tte hands and leav,
fft. It No heals sores and chapped ban readily. Respectfully yours,
WILLIAM S. EVERETT. Ill ttajp- Urove Ave ,t hl;..
To the ffwiM C'OAUNE I'o-Wc have bwen jsing In our family Coallue," an arfclc -B..s a
tn this c ijr, aud itlA It one cf the most useful things for family use we have ev.rltuotvn ot hW 0f.' "y.
ash.n,', m ri,t,M,;B rl-anlns Rlass. silver, taklnir Srease spots out ol clothlo-and curpew. . Mck Lk
it ws to t-naal. Ewrv family sUould have It. The priee Is so low a. to brIB It wl,la the reach ol en- y
tK,dy.-fLicto.M.ySd.1. L. Vs. CALKINS. "
Sir IS THE ONLY Warliinf Cotrp-ud sold in llu'.k. and strictly for carb. :0g the puMicaLcw
a:;.! v-.,,i:.,..e art.ele ut a low figure comiietiua ith stj,le oods like Soap.
Tie foilcmii t,tim.nials from rs.B with !. many In Cairo and vicinity ir,,, t.l(- . -Mc
coalite in lis true po.i.lD bWore tV public. It i, good -Mue, and should be p nm'iy used ' '" .
Ibuveud coaliM'ln toy bouse. It saves labor and clothes, .ud Is luexpensive 1 w ul,' i ot
be without it.-fentralia. 111., August 1-th, IK. MR. JAMES M.r.UL
IfiLdcouiinetobe u'A that is claimed for It, and cheerfully recommend lt.-Centra';a n-to'a
W,Kb'3-X .Mils. I), oXLEY.'
J have used coallue tocl. an h, ad lights f engines, wheie thedirt is hardened, and Is ..;: e'eSI, d
;thcoui.:rat,d:.V. I found ti aline o do the cik fully as m il pola,b. wthi ut ,.,. ,Kli .,,
eff.cts.-Centralia. I.. AurusI 1Mb, )K c, BILLS. For.n I'aint shop. I c. R. R..
Ail Undue proeir will huie it, ftI.d rau sum 'y ib. ir . ustom. rsfn a dsys. It is nv and l 1
be. at all time, obtainable at
Heads of Families will Call itnd Git a Sample, Flee for Tiial, at otir Stoics
MMMrr '(1VTRO IT J; CmiciEicl.tliSt.
(.HlO UMX. tVJIlUj UjJj.) antl Waineton Avenue.
SWI-: Vi il
We Dciie to call Your atttntien to Our
WHICH IS NOW COMING INTO GENERAL USE,
W-AirEJOB PATJSNT- ESCAPE Oil
HELIEIi! VA LVE
FOR STEAM CYLINDEES.
NO MOKE CYLINDER
I rail tlic nttcntion of prnpriotorH nf Steam KngineB to tho use of this Valve, by wliiish
n gtcut auving nf fuel is effected. Tito Vulvo bt'Ing closed on the nilmisHion of steam aud
open when exlmiistlno:, th engine is not liablo to gvt nut of line, hs no water is allowed to
lu.'cuuiulnte in tin1 eyliudei,'r-tho Valve opening or shutting automatically at each stroke.
The cylinder U kept dry when tho engine is networking, as tho Valves ure then kept
open hy a spiral epring. Tlie Vulvu will pay its prico in tho paving ' of fuel in a very
short time, and will lant over ten years.
l-fTStute and County Rights for Sale. Arp'y ftt 'i Olf.ee for Particulars.
OF THE WORLD!
HEADS BROKEN OUT.
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