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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY,
JD. A. Burnett,
-pOR ASSESSOR AND TREASURER.
We are authorized to announce Georok W.
Simmons a a candidate for election to the oflice
of Aefor nudTrcapnrer of Alexander County at
the approachingNovember election.
Tiik State Register has donned a new
and very attractive garb, and is now hand
souio as well as good. It is a Etauncli,
dignified paper that should visit every
Democratic family in the State.
Whether Robinson is elected Governor
of New York or is beaten, those twin pests
cf the times, John Kelly and Tammany,
will go down once, and forever. As this end
seems assured, let good men rejoice.
The show of the Veiled Prophets, of
which the St. Louis papers have given
euch voluminous descriptions, consisted of
twenty-two floats. It was doubtless a fine
thing; but twenty-two floats don't strike the
distant public as a very stupendous and
utterly overpowering turnout. It may
have been gorgeous and all that, but there
wasn't enough of it.
Republican papers are trying to explain
the New York Times' opposition to Cornell,
- , ,. , , , . P n -v ,
Conkhn s candidate for Governor of New
York,, circulating the silly falshood that
j inu.re.si iu
the paper. The Times is gifted with the
rare virtue of consistency. It declared its
opposition to Cornell before ho was nomi-
nated, and opposes Lim etill
The State Agister says that Stephen A.
Douglas, Jr., and Robert M. Douglas have
reccntly como into possession of about
$200,000 by thc decision in their favor of a
suit in the court of claims for the recovery
of tho proceeds from a quantity of cotton
belonirimr to their father and confiscated
!- VV,!n ,.r,tT "Mtc.naa.'r.ni htr l,n
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union troops during tho war. Mr. Douglas
was a slaveholder, through his wife, and j
f .1 it. 1,1 1
lurnisncu tne moor ou a pianuuiun owueu
by James McUutton, in Washington county
rKOFESson Swing wisely remarks that it
. wm do a great misiaKc ana .great misior-
tuno if tho return of good times shall bring
back the old fervor for property and adven-
turo which make ' mortgages among the
mct popular things of the day. "Mort-
gages," ho adds, -"aro a pestilence, and
debts aro a regular cholera. Estates die
under them. Churches sicken and have to
bc sat up. with at night; individuals pine
away, wives and children become disheart
ened in the mortgage season, and the finan
cial grave-digger is busy day and night.
Bwamps and dirty houses were the black
death of Europe, debts are the plague of
W are not of those who feel confident
of a Democratic victory in Ohio. In tho
first place, tho professed love and admira-
tion for the soldier, with which Republican
editors and orators are, ns a usual thing,
flopping over, are nothing more substantial
than froth and gush. The Democratic sol-
tlier ticket wil receivo tbc support of thc
Democratic party, and nothiug beyond or
outride of that. Republican soldier-lovcrs
i r, ,, ..i;
TT .44. IV M 444UU , BUfl.ui, vw.W A II1IU
uj WBa,a-u.H,:jr u .u..y, m.e.u.ur
fair ', or, foul, seek thc defeat of
the oldier-stateman, ' General Ew.
t Mil 4.1. 1..
ing. . runuermore, tne iwpuoiicans
m i . J s lmt.r. titWKn.uwlHiiM llll,MllwlMn
are in possession allTho pflcrdftBcw
have in unlimited command of money, and
are in condition to control that very con
siderable element' that la always subject to
corruption. Rico and Ewiug, Thurmau and
rcndleton, and all tho Democratic leaders
of tho state arc- making a manly, heroic
fight; but they , are contending not only
against tho Republican party of Ohio, but
against the whole power of tho general gov
ernment, as well. With nothing but Right
to pit against such fearful odds, tho Pomoc-
aey will achieve a great moral victory, if it
holds its own and prevents an increase of tho i
Republican majority. We should Heartily
ejoicc over a Democratic triumph, but are
prepared for defeat, and all of its conse
A STALWART PARADISE.
There are, in a comparative sense, no Dem
ocrats at all in the State ol Iowa. The
handful here and there, are powerless for
good or evil. Every office from that of gov
ernor down to that of fence-viewer, is filled
by a stalwart. This is tho case now and has
been the caso tor many years. This being
the case, let us see jvhat Republican rulo
in Iowa amounts to. The result is summed
up by the Otuimwa Democrat, as follows :
In forty-seven out ot the hundred coun
ties of Iowa, the county treasurers have
proved defaulters. In Humboldt county
the loyal treasurer got away with $50,000.
n Wright county it was $14,000. In Boone
county Mr. Jones secured $20,000 by the
exercise of Republican thrift. In Webster
count)' a Major Hutchinson stole $40,000. In
Keokuk county the Republican clerk got
And not one of these fellows was pun
In the' state, Republican office-holders
stole $30,000 of the Swamp Lake fund.
The state treasurer, Rankin, stole $34,000.
Craig, the Republican warden of the pen
itentiary, under the direction of the Execu
tive Council, filched enough to pay assess
ments to the Republican campaign tun J.
And so the list could be extended almost
In Wapello county Republican ofr.ee--
holders levied and collected from the peopl
enormous taxes for fifteen years, ar. J not a
dollar was expended in any public improve
ment. It was all taken to feed Republicans
in one way and another.
. OUR EUROFEAN LETTER.
From our' regularCorreppondcnt.
Berlin, Germany, Sept. 27th.
Looking to the still unsettled 6tute of
more than one momentous European ques
tion, U Is but riftturfti considerable impor
tance should be attached to the conferences
which have recently taken place at Gastein
between Frince Bismarck and Count Andres
sy, succeeding as they do, after so brief an
interval the interviews held in the same place
hy th(j Gemaa 8qJ Augtrian Emperor,
t)icse confidential meetings, one of which
is reported to have lastSd five hours and a
oi iunner closeness ana coniiauiy iu uiu
. . t .
bctwccn the tw0 grcut Empcror6 of Central
EuropCi lt geenig h5rhy VxohMc that
intimate mutual understanding,
virtually equivalent to an alliance
niay have been arrived, at by William
and Francis Joseph who are not only con-
nccted of family ties, but by thi bonds of
. nftl Mtctim AuJ it my
wd, bc tlmt thc Jclai!s )f ti10 Austro-Ger-
man programme of common action to be
tested in case certain potential contingencies
should accrue in the luture, have
been fully discussed and indetlnately
settled . by the German
BnU tDO AMI
during their protracted tete-a-tctes
uu'u " . . ,
ae uasieiu. au ausiiu-uui.iu "iauw u
intrinsic advantages strongly recommend-
. .. . 0nrnifrna an,i i.nth
tncEmpiresimniediately concerned, and pre-
gontg 0 Clluge for alarm or dissatisfaction
to the rest of civilized Europe. The coni-
pact, if attained is not likely to be greeted
with wclcome r approval by Russia, to
w10se aggressive projects it would offer an
insurmountable barrier. But that circum
stance Would only enhituce our appreciation
of its value as a guarantee of peace, order
and progress to tho culture-loving people of
the old world.
Tho retirement of Princo William, the
eldest son of the German Crown Trince,
and Hqr Magisty's eldest grandson, from thc
University of Bonn was on the occasion of
a student's fete on a grand scale, .in which
the native population joined with mucl
j j B0 faragtho decoration of public
private buildings and attendanco as
spectators in windows anil on balconies was
concerned. A procession was formed on
the Alto Zoll, headed by tho band of the
Emperor's Own Hussars, who had donned
the regisnenta dress of tho historic Dra
goons of Bayrcatli for the occasion. Stu-
dents on horseback followed, bearing thc
color8 Rn wearing the uniforms of three
principal corps-the Palatians, in violet
wlte,and red; tho Prussians, in black,
wllite' and Vlack, andtho Haneats,in whito
and,8CRr,lct' A file ofopen carriages, drawn
yruorseseacn,iouowea. tub I'rince
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1 OCCUliied th nrlnrmftl a.nt 5n flm flt ....
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riagc, and wore tho colors of tho Prussian
corp9. The procession having made the
tourof the town, the gentlemen, younc and
oiei, who had taken patt In It assembled for
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1S79.
a commcr,rin "which .ffon-Alcxander (ty
Clear, a bolter of Count :Moltko's aid
de-camp presided. Toasts wcw drunk
with all honor to tho "Salamander" of Ger
man students, to tlio Enjeror, tho Imperial
family, and the Prince. " Tho Prince
wlio had ' completed his , ' fifth
term at tho university replied with per
foct self-command. Ho said ; "Gentle
men, I thank you first of all for tho sala
mander you have ho heartily drunk to tho
health of my grandfather, and then of me,
and I cannot but express tho deep pain I
feel at tho thought of having to loavo your
Joyful ranks so soon. 1 thank you for having
received mo as a Corpsstudcnt. I havolearnt
to know tho spirit that animato tho fight
ing clubs, as well at their duel grounds as
iu their social gatherings. It is a good and
right honest German mood and I will re
main true to tho spirits of this gprps till tho
end of my life." Tho Academic Rector,
in his address remarked that Trinco Wil
liam during his stay at tho University had
worn all the good qualities by which his
ancestors had become great. The young
Princo will now commence his travels, and
afterwards enter tho 1st Foot Guards.
The result of an inquiry instituted by a
committee appointed by the Prussian Han
delslung iuto prison labor and its influence
upon free labor has just been published.
Delegates for over a hundred chambers of
commerce took part in this inquest and af
ter holding a number of sittings, during
several months, the committee arrived at
tho conclusion that it is impossible to limit
the work of prisoners to articles which
would not interfere with free labor, "all
that the state cm do," in the opinion of tho
committee, "being to organize prist.n labor
in such a way as to mininize the competition
with ordinary trades.' Seven! chambers of
commerce having ii-prvsented, that the
wages paid lor prison labor were very low,
the committee state that although the.' a;e
nominal)- lower than those given to oruxcry
partisans they are in reality as high corr.de r
ing the quality cf the work ;cne. la the
course of the inquiry statistics we re produced
relating to the maaufacturir trr.vle of
Prussia, the number of persons e-ir.pl yed
in hand trades being 2,240.333, and in large
manuuct'-irics lTS.UoD.or ce-f.y :L:x-e and
half millions altogether. At the enJ of
December last there wire 10,53 j-as-us un
dergoing imprisonment with hard h!er,
this being equivalent- to one pr:s:a work
man to every 250 free laborers. The trade
in which there is the greatest ccn'.pc:irIon
between prison and free labor is that of
cigar-maker, there being 2.4j3 prisoners en
gaged in it as against 53145 men outside;
the reason being that cigar-making is a
work which elderly and weakly persons
Lakge suing ot money have been nade
in Wall Street by pcrjono sVircwU tnov.f.'li
to invest at the riV.t time. . The old bov.Ms
of Alex. Frothirgham & Co., brokeis. 12
Wall Street, New York, is entitled to al-so-lute
confidence. Their customers ne fre
quently rewarded by large returns. Send
for their Financial Eeport. j
" ' ' " - II 4
Kidney Diseases. Kidnev diseases' bf-i
fiict the greater part of the human race,
and they are constantly on the increase;; but
where the virtues of Kidney-Wort hne be
come known, they are he-id in check and
speedily cured. Let those who have" hhd
to constantly dose spirits of nitre and such
stuff, give this great remedy a trial aid be
ESTATr OT AlEXASliKn 7WISTE, EECIAfE.'li
. . . . t . ...
The undrrflK'neu, liavlnp ncen appointed aiimn
iftratrix ol the ectale of Alexander Tv. elite, lull- of
the county of Alexander and Mute of Illinois ie-
ci-afed. hereby give notice that he wiii appear lie-
lore tnc county court or Aiexuntier conniy, hi ti:e
court-houfe m ( iro, at the liijeetnlcr term, on the
third Monday in Iieccniner next, nt which tnue all
perfomthbvinKtlainiHacaiii! xuid epiateuro n.ttifled
and requeued to attend lor the purpose of lavini;
thc tunie adjusted. All perpon indebted t'l paiJ
i-MatB are r.(iueted to niuke iniUicdia'.e pcyuiei.1
to tue nnnttrpitmed
Dated tbi UMh diiv of September, A. D. lfcT
ELIZA J. TW2STK. Admin!
F. E. Hay, Executor of Eititc
of JJ. U. tiny, aeccaicu
I rc'.'.ilon to P()luuil
1 to pay dolts.
Elizabeth, nay, ctai. - I
By virtnc of a decree of thc county court oCVhlie
county, lllinoi,' rendered In the above cititled
eani-e. at the December term. IK, of piiid coin; I
chilli proceed at tbo door of the court home, in
Cairo, Illlnoip, on .
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30TH, 1879.
Between the hour of lOoVlodca. ni. and 5 Velock
p. in., of eald day, to offer for k:iIo at public atc
tiou.to thehlaheptand bent bidder, the foDowilig
described real estate, pituated in the city of Cairo,
Alexander county and thtoof lllinolp, to ii!fy
paiddecrec: Lot No. 7, Block No. 117. First A (ill-
tinn to the cltv of Cnlro
lus oOO milcs;CarniicTiaei4 19, auu (scotti-iS
It is estimated that one hundred thou
sand strungers Hocked into St. Louis ti
witness the parade of tho Veiled Prophets
It proved to bo what everybody anttci
pated, tlio finest, most gorgeous street spec
tilde ever witnessed in St. Louis. Ove
.1,000 persons wero ticketed to tho bail
ami banquet? that followed, and so highl;
were tho invitations prized that "niOne,
could not purchaso them, nor were rani
aim power sutlicieut to secure for; it)
possessor tlio coveted card board
served as the open-sesamo to tho glories 0
ltt I.... A. tl 1IM n '
un; uiiiiijuui nan.- vtneretoro we m
safely coucludo that it was a "big thing
-Tlio Ilanny house is being thoroiiAi
overhauled, and will hereafter bo kndw
as tho Alaxauder County Bank buildlui
Although comparatively a new buildin
the lower or ground floor joists were
nearly decityed that tho floor would hay
gono down under the weight to which an
of tho levee business houses aro ordinurit
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subjected. This rot or decay was. erreat.ll
r:i!..4.i i i j '
ut.iiJiaiL'u uecauseoi mo ausonco ot T al
means for veutillation. New oist9 were.ut
MlcliaeU. Ryan U hereby notified that on tbih
,luy t beptember. !St. the "Alexatulor Coon y
Hank ttPd outol the t'ouuty Court of Alexander
Comity, lllliiolH, an attachment writ, at the mil of
ItM-.f, atiaUixl the vttato of mid Michael J Hvnn
for the mm nff30S.no, returnable on tho lOthdsv Jr
November. lhTit, to a term of aaid court then to be
"mmi S t'flr,0 I? Hllc'lt,yi nd that nnlcit the
paldMichavl J. Ryan hall appear, eivo ball and
plead within tho time limited for bU appearance
linuch case. Judgment will b entered, and iho e
tiite which ha been attached, will be old
October IU, 1ST0. b. J. HL'MM,
' " 1 ' ' County t'lerk."
, MlrhaolJ. Ryan I hereby notified that on the
lllth day of September, 10t. Jann U. Mulcahy
u-d out of the Comity Court of Alexander County,
Illlnoi, an nttachnieut wilt, at hi own ouh,
li.-altiHt raid Michael J . Ryau'e enate, for the nm
ol'lt!i.tl, returnable on the 10th day of November,
1K',, to. a term of aatd court then to bo liolden in
Cuii'o in uld county; and that unler ald Michael
J. Ryan fhull appvnr, cive ball and pleud Mltuin
the timellmited for hi appearance in uch cite,
tndginebt will bc entered and the eMatu w hich ha
been attin hed will be fold,
S. J. IK'MM, County Clerk.
October 13, If T9. .
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY TliE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MVTTAL All" SOClTTi.
JJUP.EKA! EUREKfk !
A SUBSTITI'TE FOP. LIFE IXSUK
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July Hth, lf.77, I'ndi r the Lawsol
the Suite of Illinois. Copyrighted July
0, 1877. nntlcr A; t ol'Cimirros.
WILLIAM STEATTON, Fkeaident.
Mu. P. A. TAYLOR, YicB-rhKpiLENT.
J. A. GOLDST1NE, - - Theac riiER.
Dit. J. J GORDON, Msn. Anv0';.
THOMAS LEWIS. - Siu-i.KTAi.r.
IlOAllD OF MANAGEKS:
J. J. GORDON. T-hveiriBn Cnlro, ID
-Mrn. I'. A. TAYLOR. tSupirintendent of
ISrho i'p, Alexander Cuiiuty " "
J. A. OOLDHTINE. of Uoldttinc A lio-
Pe-nwator. Whwlepale and Rutnil Deaitrs
in Situi'le and Fancy Dty Wood.
B. TlllTLKVOOD, of HlLklc &
ThiKtlowooil, CoiRmiKficiu Jlerchantp,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor " "
S. I). AYEKr,. ol Aye-re Ai Co,, Comrul-
fion Mi-rclnintp . . "
THOMAS LEWIM. Infjrance ilanagcr
and Attorney at Law "
WM. STRATTON, of Stratton it Bird,
Vholeiile Cinxcr " "
GEO. M. AI.DEN, 1'oniniit.elon Mer
chant, 7R Ohio Levee " "
JAS. 8. REARDEN. AtfeLt Mipplp:ipj
VnllevTraiipportatliiti Company " "
C11AK. R. HTOART, WholeMilcuLdRe
tuil Dry Good and Notion ' "
EDWARD A. BCDER. Mauulacturing
Jeweler und Wholcale dealer iu
Wnle.hinaker' Tool and Material. ..r " "
OlAKLEb LANCASTER, Limcocter 4
Rice. Lntnhc-rdealer "
C O. PATIER. C. o. Patier Co.,
Whob-on e and Kct(jU Vwbant " "
Rev.B. X-IJfJlTCE, I'attor 1'r'eabytc-
rji- fli'trch " "
J. li WHITE, InPtiranco Apent " "
(. W. Mi.KEAK, I'otmaHter " "
is. P. WHEELER, Attorney and Coun-
pelorat law -. " "
Mm. LOUISA FLSHBACK "
OHCAR HAYTHORN, Wholexalo and
Retail Boot, Shoe nnd DryOood.... " "
A.J. BIRD, .Merchant and ttteamboat
Proprietor - " "
WILLIAM KLUOK.fJenoral Merch'dlpo " ',
P. (i. HCHUH, Wholepale and Retail
Dmcfflt " "
J. T. RKNN1R. Foundry and Machlult. " "
ALBERT LEVvIH "
Ik. L. A. HOWARD, Boarding Houe. " "
v, Vi re iiKK, inHiiranc.e Aem "
A. HALLEY, Dealer la Stove, Tin and
Hardware " "
E. W. GREEN, Green, Wood A Bennett " "
Miller. " "
II. FTOTTER, Editor and rub)lhcr
Ar(fii-Joiirnal Mound City, 111,
Mr, h. A. Al alin, viiiiiniiiKO,
i .f WPHNCII. tOurnier Bird Point. Mn
TTlOUNDRY, MACHINE snOP AND
r STEAM FORGE,
-xr n . -T TnAV rniwa
V ULCAN IRON V OUKS
9!1 OHIO LEVF.F.. CAIRO, 1I1S.
-r"U-ri rp T?ii v-I
J JU JLUVAAAAAV4
11 tinned plaeo I
tabllhod htawork at the above men
lwttor prepared than ever for
loam Engine and Mill Machinery.
iiav nit Bteam liamiiiur piiu Hinjiiu j ooi. viio
niaunfHctnra of all kind or Machinery, Railroad.
ncblnerT. . .. mn.i. . . .
n Pipe F ttlng la al) ltt branchei.
CO A. LI IN" E !
. TItADK MAltK."
- THE ELECTRIC CLEANSE. -
HAS NO EQUAL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-CLEANING
PURPOSES, FOR WASHING CLOTHES
FOR THE RATH, ctC, ctC.
lor Cleaning Paint, Varnished Surfaces, Window Glass, Mirrors, Gold Frames,
-Marble, Tianos, Sewing Machines, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show CnsesiBron., s,
Cut Glass, Globes, Gas Fixtures; Remove- Pitch and Tar f rem the Hands or Clothing
readily, &c., &c.
FOR USE AS A DISINFECTANT B
Anythintf Soiled '.hy OIL or GUEASE.by Flics or lm
oil MnrkH,8r by Dirt oi any kind, it vill clean
WITHOUT SOAP OH WATER.
1 1,:'r"' " superior to ap a . deaf., and much more economical. It r,-m.vW dirt
rom .it .r o ,ho,t I.JurIa? the text ,re or cU.nSafMl color. It clean, the hundund lea,,B (!l, .k!a
o.t. it s.o heai. ore and chapped band readily. Respectfully your,
WILLIAM S. EVERETT. Ill Cottage Grove Ave.,Ciilceao.
To Ti!B We-tsiin Coamne Co-We have been aHB In our family -Coallne." an article mamlur, J
in till. c.;y, and r.nd It one of thc most UR'ful thln for family upc vve have c-ver knoun or beard of. For
a,t.n,., Krabbtas, dean!.- rIup., .ilver. taking ereaPe pot ont of clothing and carpetP, etr , Ur t k
it tn. no e,,,.!. Every family aboulC have it. T!.e pricc-'i ,o low a. o br.,.R It iMthin the r, a, b ol. nry
body.-. k.ca,o, May SJ, i9. L. G. CALKINS.
WIS THE ONLY WiPblcir Compound Pold In Bulk, and rtrlctly for fa-h. eivlng thc pul.llc a new
an.. v.i.u:ib.e nrticie at a low figure competing with Uple goodfl like Soap.
The foUowInc teMiinonial. from perpon with v. horn many in Cairo and vicinity .re acmuxk-d ,,ice
coalite In it true po.itlon before the public. It U a Sood thlnp, and thould be generally und
I hate U.C.1 coaline Ju my boue. lt p.U'. hhor and v.-p dutLeP. and I lucxpf n:v. I w uld tot
be without it -Central!.. 111., Au-upI ISth, 1ST. nw. JAMES Ml fML
Undcoaliuetobeall that claimed for it, id cheerfully recommend It.-Centralia, Illlnoip
A-"-" MRS. I). OXLEY. '
I hfcven.ed coaline toel. au h.ad llhu ofengiw., vihere the dirt 1 Uidu.ed, and i upual'y cleaned
with concentrated lye. 1 found coaline o do the wo.kfully.P well .. poilth. wlthci it. mjuriou.
c!TectP.-Cci.tralia. 111., Angn.t IWb. IfcTt). C. HILLS, Foreman Paint htop. I. C. I;. R.
A;: leading grocer will have it, and can enpply ihtlr ctiHomer in a few day. It i ne and ! I
be, at all t.Re. obtainable at
Genera J Agents.
Head of Ffciilifs will Call and (;t n Sample, Ficc for Trial, t our Staies
I ; CAIRO, ILL. j
SAVE TOUT! ENGINES!
We Hesire to call Yum- attention to Our
WHICH IS NOW COMING IMTO GENERAL V&E.
WALTER'S PATENT ESCAPE OR
. RELIEF VALVE
FOR STEAM CYLINDERS.
NO .MORE CYLINDER
I call the attention of proprietors of Steam Engines to tho use of this Valve, by which
a great saving of fuel is effected. The Valve being closed on the admission of steam and ,
open when exhausting, thc engine is not liable to get out of line, as no water is allowed to
accumulate in tho cylinder thc Valve opening or shutting automatically at cadi stroke ;'
The cylinder is kept dry when tho engine is not working, as tho Valves are then kept i
open by a spiral spring'. Tho Valve will pay its prico in tho saving of fuel in a very
short time, and will last over ten years.
tlTStute and County Rights for Sale. Apply at this Office for Particulars. ,
OF THE WORLD 1
Corner j:ilitli St.
and Washington Auntie.
HEADS BROKEN OUT.