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Only Morning: Daily in Sonthern Illinois
Larceet Circulation ot any Daily in
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COVXTY.
K. A. Burnett,
pOK ASSESSOR AND TREASURER.
We are authorized to announce George W.
Sawhon as a candidate for election to the office
of An-eSHor and Treasurer of Alesandar County at
the approaching November election.
We are authorized to announce that Milch W.
Parkrh i a candidate, at the encuing November
election for the oilicc of County Treasurer.
The R. B. Hayes' show the show of the
maa who is filling the office to which Sam
uel J. Tildcn was elected, has been wit
nessed by over a quarter of a million of
people within the three weeks pr.st.
James L. Faucett & Co., of St. Louie,
have tant out the initial Dumber of a small,
'half-patent Democratic weekly, paper,
called the Hornet. "The long felt want in
Missouri polities'" the Hornet is to supply,
is uot stated. It would be regarded a re
spectable publication, in a country village.
Hailing from the great city of St. Louis,
however, it is not at all likely to win cither
patronage for itself or renown for its pub
lishers. It is generally conceded, now, that the
list of presidential aspirants from which the
Republican party will select its nominee, is
narrowed down to Grant, Sherman, Conkling
and Blaine. . The Democratic party is full of
presidential timber, and all of it is good.
The more prominent names are those of Til
den, David Davis, Ex-Gov. Palmer, Senator
Thurman, General Hancock, Hendricks,
Blue-Jeans "Williams, Bayard, Ewing, Cur
tin, Trumbull, and Randall. In the West
do name would excite greater popular favor
than that of David Davis.
Had it not been for tlf Democratic fight
ing stock in the North, our magnificent
volunteer armies would have been led,
during the war, by Fremont, Banks, Tope,
Schurz, Hcinzlemon and Mead the name
of every one of whom is synonymous with
disaster. But there were Democratic cap
tains in those days: Grant, McClellau,
Hancock, Shields, Logan, Dix, Roscncranz,
Ewing, Steadman, Hallock, Bucl, Kearney,
Thomas, and a host of others, who fought
bravely and well, and, fighting, won. We
have purposely left an opening, here, fur
the suggestion, from a Republican source,
that, had there been no fighting Democrats
in the South there had been no rebellion.
"Who speaks first?
Regular Correcpondence of the Cairo Bulletin.
Washington, D.C., October 13, 1876.
Hereafter letters addressed to a lottery
company or to an individual as manager or
agent of such company, will not be for
warded through the mails. For the pres
ent letters addressed to individuals known
to be such agents or managers, but not so
designated in the address, will be for
warded. . Various enormous reports of the
recent action of the Post Office Department
on this subject have been published, but tho
, abovo is cormct.
The first agricultural fair ever held in
Washington, which could be considered
creditable to tho District, will op.!n on the
28th of this month. Entries of stock and
produce ft oin several (Vrntant States havo
been promised. Tho managers havu lilcuty
of money and energy and will eiuioaVor to
make tho annual exhibitions a great aitrac
Out of the present Indian war will doubt
less grow hostility between the heads of the
war and interior departments. Secretary
Schuw is preparing for publication, his
- .i ; v
views ol the causes of the- outbreak, and he
will doubtless bo followed by ; Secretary
McCrary. It seems not unlikely that
congress will decido to transfer
the Indian Bureau tJ the war
department. In that case, at all
events, thcro coulfl be no question of re
sponsibility for theso expensive-wars." '
It is also proposed, by tho way, to restore
tho lnsiou Bureau to the War Department.
Tho Tension office, osnow organized, is
wholly unable to do tlio work required of it.
At tho War Department, where the records'
on which pensions are based, nro kept, it H
manifest tho work could bo much. TwOrc rap
The Gate City Guards, of Atlanta, Ga.,
who left hero a day or two since for tho
north, deserve a cordial reception wherever
they go. Tho company is excellently
.killed, and its mombers aro gentlemen.
An effort will be made by our citizens-
all of them will join in it to secure con
gressional aid at the coming session for tho
improvement of the harbor and river chan
nel at this point.
TO DEMOCRATIC EDITORS.
Illinois could be carried lor tho Democ
racy in ISS'O sure. To do so it would on
ly be necessary to nominate a first class
state ticket, with some such man as Farns
worth or Palmer at the head, and back this
ticket with the first-best county nomina
tions. In a word, lay aside all personal
motives, and put forward absolutely our
best men, and compel them to stand. Every
Democrat in the state knows tins would
give the state to the Democracy. Have we
the virtuo and the stamina to do this? Let
us hear from our Democratic editors on this
ANSWER AS HONEST MEN.
Phocion Howard, after the manner of the
Okolona man, propounds the following
pointed interrogatories :
bcction 4 of article 1 of the lederal con
stitution reads :
The times, places and manner of holding
elections lor senators and representatives,
shall be prescribed in each State by the
legislature thereof; but the congress may
at any time by law make or niter such regu
lations, except at the places of choosing
That is the law to-day.
Congress has never assumed to exercise
the above power.
i he state laws are in lorcc everywhere
regulating election of members of Con
And provide penalties for violations ol
Yet, Congress, without assuming the
power as it has the right to do under the
constitution, to supercede the State laws,
provides for inspectors and marshals to pro
vent violation of State laws.
Will some learned constitutional lawyer
of the stalwart party show where Congress
derives its power to enforce the execution
of State law? Answer if you can.
We printed the above in our last issue. Thus
far there has been no answer. It is printed
again with the hone that some tool stalwart
editor will rush in where angels fear to
We add, in that case, this supplemental
The Republican supervisors election
laws beim; unconstitutional.
The Democratic Congress repealed them.
Hayes vetoed thccongiessionul repealing
Now tell us, also, where iu the constitu
tion the president has the power or au
thority to veto a repealing act?
Ihe Danville Bourbon challenges any de
cent Republican journal to answer these
Don t yawp about the Lmon about the
nation with a big N.
Don't cry confederate brigadiers.
Don't whine about loyalty uud the
Knights ol the Golden Circle. .
But answer as honest men the above
l.N D1STK1CT8 FOHMKHLY HA VAC ED r,y
lever and ague, immunity from the dreaded
scourge is enjoyed by those who Ifcvc renf
dcred their systems malaria proof with Hos
teiter's Stomach Bitters, the best preventive
and remedy. Quinine cannot compare
with it in efficacy, and is anything but
safe. Physicians commend the Bitters for
its medial resuscitating properties and the
closest analysis reveals nothing iu the com
position of a deleterious nature. It does
not deteriorate, is an agreeable cordial as
well as a potent medicine, aud when mixed
with brackish or unwholesome water neu
tralizes its .hurtful properties. The deni
zens of malarial localities, not only in tho
United States, but in the tropics, regard it
as an invaluable protection, and in hosts of
iaunues it is kept constantly on hand. As
the tide of emigration spreads farther west
ward, the demand for it among those com
pellcd to encounter the.vlcissitudes of cli
mate, constantly increase.
A NEW SCARE.
Ottawa Free Trader.
As the southern outrnirc mill don't seem
to be sufficiently active to satisfy the stal
warts, me papers oi tiiat ilk have attempted
a new scare, to the effect that the Democrats
when they get into power intend to so or
ganize tho United States supreme court as
to secure decision against the constitution
ality of the amendments. The stalwarts
themselves having set the example of rooon
struetiiig.thc court so as to get opinions to
order, naturally conclude that the Demo
crats are equally dishonest. We have
however, yet tho first Democrat to hear of
who proposes iu the slightest degree to dis
turb the thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth
amendments. Tho idea of ti0 BU.
preme court, which itself is tho crea
ire of the constitution, puling upon
the validity of that it.Htrument, in
volves at thu outset an absurdity Tho
ft," 'y rati.
-j mini-!,, men returned 10 CitiirreMt
nd (luly authenticated, and then pulled
I'.v tl: executive. An assertion by tho M1.
r"'m!! CO" of the power to go behind tho
seal of tho executive, ami M . ,1
nauity thmract. In too ritlienh.i.. f i
JJjHvd the head, ,f any one buUh
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CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1879.
true, as tho Aurora Boaeon suggests,
reality a sufficient numlnsr of states
;s qid not
ratify tho ' amendments, several northern
stutcs, alter sueii rauncauon, uaviua witn
drawn it, and several southern states not
having teen properly reconstructed when
they ratified; yet, congress 'and tho xocu
tivo having certified to the regularity if the
ratification, in what way is the su iremo
court to get behind that certificate an I pro
nounce it untrue? Tho thing is too r dieti
lous to justify serious discussion.
We have Just received from tho Mendels
sohn Piano Co., New York, their new cata
logue for 1879 giving a very full descrip
tion ot their Pianos and their Manufactory,
which is one of tho largest and most com
plete in the world. Theso Pianos, includ
ing Grand, Square and Upright, mado one
of tho finest displays at the Centennial Ex
hibition, aud were unanimously recom
mended for tho highest honors.
HTlic Mctulelsshon Piano Co. aro tho first
to do a general business with tho pnrchaser
direct, saving him about one-half the price
charged by doing away with the Agency
System, and giving tho people- the Pianos
at Wholesale or Agency prices.
We would recommend any oi our readers
who have any idea of ever buying a piano
to send for their Illustrated and Descriptive
Catalogue, which will bo mailed frco to all.
Greenup (Ky.) Independent.
Our special snake reporter caiuc into
town Saturday, on his way to Virginia,
where he intends to kill a bear or die in the
effort. On his way to town lie discovered a
youthful rattlesnake with two heads, both
nicely developed and entirely separate from
each other. But just as he was going to
pick ine iirue creature up me niotner mane
her appearance in time to hide her off-spring
in her interior departments, and then, shak
ing seventeen rattles 'at our friend, offered
fJL'ht. Our friend retreated, and was on
the point of taking to his heels when he
observed a huge black snake, seven feet
and one inch long, making for the female
rattler; and the ensuing fight made his dyed
hair stand on end, but it finally resulted in
the complete defeat and death of the black
nother of our reporters, when getting
ready to land a steamboat at the town gnule
last week, observed a two-foot-nine-inch
garter snake, and speedily di.-patched it
with a stone.
And still another comes iu with a report
of witnessing a tussle between ; fcpin as
large as a man's fist and a cart snake, in
which the latter finally devoured his enc
my, and bodily swallowed him.
All of which is true.
Ik you have corns and bunions,, use
Coussens' Lighting Liniment, and you can
tip the light fantastic with e:tse and grace.
It will also cure rhcumatu-ui, tlamc back,
sprains, bruises, etc. On animals, torgalls,
spavin, ringbone, etc., it effects a speedy
ami permanent cute. Remember Cous
sens' Lightning Liniment. Price 50 cents.
Barclay Bros., agents.
The name of Miss Annie Hill was on the
programme of last evening's concert for the
benefit of the yellow fever sufferers, but
having contracted a severe cold, her friends
feared she would be unable to fulfill her
engagement. However, she appeared and
sang Ernani Involami in tones to clear, and
with such artistic execution, that she re
ceived a hearty encore. I was enabled to
do this, she said, by using Coussens' Honey
of Tar, the best compound in the world
for clearing the voice, relieving hoarseness,
curing coughs and colds. Prit 50 cents.
Barclay Bros., agents.
War in Europe again. There is more
bi!llousnes in the politics of the eastern
Hemisphere. 'rTe would advise tho.e
blood-thirsty and dyspeptic statesmen of
Europe to take Mott's Liver Pills. Bed
Pills ever discovered by man. Warranted
to cure if taken in season. Barclay Bros.,
Ividnky-Wort has cured thousands. Try
it and you will add one more their duhiIk r.
J. T. WARREN & CO.
U & GG W. Second St.
Foreign i.nd Domestic dried and canned Fruit ai.d
Vt'Retablt. Canned, dried and altFlch. Fick
le, bauce. Oil and Condiment. 6onp
ftuffe, Bukinjr Powder, pround and
whole Spices. Toilet and Lnuttlry
Sonii. See d, Jellle, rrefcrci
Fancy Groceries and Gro
Slock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS' MANUEL.
JL, Kt'ALE. It
, , ,, endorsed by tho
pre and public. It accuracy, eonvetilenre and
eheupnc e)l It at litht to overv hout-fkeenfr Hv
ecurinK territory, which will be givon r,.B, vou'bo.
come your own proprietor of a pleiimrbt and proltt.
able tiiiKlne. Write for term and territory.
Ohio? " W0MKH' l!!i CeD'
E. C. FORD,
Variety Bracket Store,
('otiiniercliil Avenue. Corner Ninth Street.
CAIRO, : : t I1.L.1XOIH
FRl'IT TREES, ETC.
An lniiui t:Kt. mock of Ferret Trct. i,ti r.....
......... U ... ... VI IjVII
I'rilit. thin iwl he Hold cheaper mid h.'tu'r
tlian at i.ny otlur place on the American runt u. nt
AduuitK, j. i.ivv IS"1 111
-rir..-. mi mil, rritll Tree, anil Mm. it
t uiiun liny, WI.
V . LEGAL.
i TTAtolMEpT NOTICE. I
Michael J. Rjanl hereby notlfled that on the
lOihdny of September. 1H7H, Jame II. Mulcahy
ued on of tho CountyCourt of Alexuuder County,
iijuiuii, nu miaeiiiiiHiii, wrn, ai ui own ault,
nsuliiMt aid MlcunelJ. Ryan' eclate, for the um
of i;u.B, returnable on tho Wth day of November,
W.i. toa term ol anld court -then to bo holdun in
Cairo In ld county; and that unle nald Michael
I Ryan "ball appear, give ball aud plead within
the tlinu limited for hi appearance In uch cae,
iiidjfinont will be entered aud the entuto which ha
iii-ia uLtuiuuu mii uv huiu,
. , ,c S- J. IIUMM, County Clerk.
October M, 1679. ,
I hereby civen thuthv virtuo of adverco of the
( ouuty Court of Alexander e'onntv.ln the Hiato of
lllln. ilt. rendered In the March term, A. D. 18i, I.
Kll.ahctb Corcoran, adinluintratrlx or theeftate of
lollU Corcoran. (Irceaccil, will fell ut pumlc yen
due. on tho Hlh tiny of November, A. D., 1H7,
upon the premise to be cold, and hereafter named,
ati o'clock p. m. or ald day. aubject to tho wid
ow' dower Intercut therein, for the payment of the
debt of mild eftato of John Corcoran, deceived,
the following described property, to-wit:
Lot numbered fifteen (I5, iu block numbered
fiftceu (l.'ii. of the City of Cairo, ftualo In the
Coutitr orAlexHudi'r aud Mute or Illmola.
Tettt cf falo are, one-half of tho
pi.rcliaio price crn-li Iu hand upon
npprovil of fa'.e uud the delivery of
(li'id. Q be other half upon a credit of lx month
from thj' diiy of fule. The deferred payment to be
evident! d by the ptirchufer'f not.-. tlra iujr lx per
cent inrreft per annum, ccurvuy Ueetl or triit-t
on liiepremii-ei toiti.
f ELIZABETH" CORCORAN.
Adnluirtrntrli of the estate of John Corcorun.
Diittl, Cairo, 111., Oct. Uth. 1K
F. E. llr.y, Executor of Enu'c '
.sr, A T,... .1...... i J
VI is. JJU, utttDrtu
Eil&beth Hay, et al.
titlon to cell land
to J'liy debt.
Itv vlrtte of a decree of the countv court ol Whit
county, llli.tif.' rendered in tho above ectitlcd
canite, at he DecemluT term, 1S7. of mid nurt: I
chall procj'tl at tho door of the court houe, In
. ;o, juiumf, ou
TJIIRSDAY, OCTOBER oOTH. l.-TC
Between tie hour of 10 o'clock a. m . and o'ciock
p. m.. ot hidttay, toottxr for faie at public mic
tinn.tothhltfhetandU-t bidder, the followiti?
utfcnocu uai cMuie. muicii in tlie city of e'alrn.
Alexander -entity and mtc of Iliim.in. to tatiffv
ald decree. Lot No. 7. Block No. ST. Flri-t Addi-
t:on to tne c:y ol e ttiro.
iiRM or rM.E-Thefaid lot will hr toid on a
creu:t oi nx ltd twelve mouth, equal piiynit ut-.
The purrhae-r will be reo iirt d to clvc note with
approved pefona! ecnrf:y together with a niort
gai;e on the Irem'.fi' torectre the purchase monev.
A valnu'ib and defirable to-torv buniufit,
houtf and letidence 1 oitnaied on thi' lot. front
ingou e'on:iercial i.ml corner of Twenty-eighth
Tie laieMU take p'.&ccat 1 o'clock p. m.
F. E. HAY. Executor.
D Ci. HAY. Deceafed.
JNO.M. CIEI1S. Af.orr.tv.
XiOTS AND SHOES.
BOOTS AND SHOES'!
Mafic to Order
FROM THE EEtT MATERIAL ON SHORT NO
TICE. WORK, MATERIAL AND FIT GUAR
ANTEED. tBRcpilrSiig kr.e with ceatccea tti tie pan 1
Aveme, N. E. Certtr
pHE CIT! NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL. SI 00,000
W. P. KiLLIDAY, President.
H. L. IULLWAY. Vice-PrtfidcLt.
J. li. SJilTl!, Acting Cahier.
. T1AT TAT-.R.
HENnV L. HA1.LU4T,
W. P. PALLltiAT,
it. u. n'!iMN0UAj(,
U. U. CANDEI.
Exchange, (b.n and tinted States Bonds
L'M'GBT AND SOLD.
Dt-jio!t. rcttlvi d aLd a i nera! riaLkiic 1,l!m i..
MRS. M. A. SAYAN DER,
AVltitcr'n lil lt, Corner Seventh stru t i.i.d Com
Del'ri to liArm the ladle of Cairo and Vicinity
that che hn in huiul nticj receiving tluliv. direct
from the Knit rn cilie. a very larte and complete
Mock of Ludiitt' uud Mic'.
TRIMMED AND UNTIUMMED HATS.
IIol ry n lzc and color-.1! ct. to or.e dollar
per pair, dract, 40 ct. to J.M, nnd full uort
uient of .
Ladiei' Furnishing Goods!
All the w ry htet deslftm. Frlcc a low a po
iblu and uoirl marked In plain llKiire. Will not
bouudefold full and examine. No trouble to
how jojd Ladle vtlio do not eo what they
want wll pleiao ark for 1.
Corier WahhlsRton Avenuo and E)f;ht Street,
ill and compute nipply of tho bet of all
kiodiftmml abvay ou band
rjpolNVKNTORB AND MECHANICS. ,
rATENT and how to obtain them, Putnplet. ol
60pii''freti,tipon re(ijpt ot 'Stninp for potago'
tiurcsr i i viivmv-iua, p .m i II i:u,,
DUM.IUI. ui l IIM'III, DUX 111,
C O A.
THE ELECriIC CLEANSEJJ.
HAS NO . EQUAL FOR GENERAL IIOUSE-CLEANING
PURPOSES, FOR 'WASHING CLOTHES
FOR THE BA?TIIf AC, &C.
For Cleaning Tainl, Gnashed Surfaces, Window Gla.s, Mirrors, Gold 'Frames,
Marble, rmnos Sewing Machines, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Cases. Bron, 8
t ilt times f.lnikic In V;. ,,. . 1 . . . '
p, V1UD a jkeuiovcs
reattny, olc, &c.
FOR l"SE AS A IUS1XFECTAXT -"A!&iifm&
Anything Soiled by OIL o r,G H K A S L, by Flies or Pen
eil raikt-.or by Dht of any kind.it vill clean
WITHOUT SOAP OK WATEK,
T Wtj-riKN e't
.oAi.i.M eoJit'ANV-I have untl
rb.im f..r II t. I., .... .
. .... ... , .uumor l0 PlJltp ,
.iuo;u 'ujunutf Mwioxturf or chani!nufat color
r. . , , , . - - .uv iiauus anu leaven l ... L'ti
o.t. It S.. heal ,orc and chapped hand really. n,,pt.c.f,lliv yuUM, k U
WXtl-l VM S. EVERETT. Ill t'oato-, Orovc Avc.th:.
ToniB Vetkiis Coalisb Co Ve have Iwt n ,i.in.. h, ,., r,n. ., . ..
in ,h. city, and nd it one of the nio.t ,ef. 2 1 S e r ZTr
wat Btf. Kriibbiiuv ri..i.i.. nu.. .ii. .., . . . . k-)on or Dturdof. lor
it na no enial. Every family nhould have It
body.e 'hicbi.'o, May id, IsTfl.
ilrlS THE ONLY Wachi
, ' . WMbill8 np.efclo:dinn..!k..iid trictly for ca.h. K:v!n the cull x
t:cle at a low fl,;urc comi,et!i:; ;tn ttaplv coo.N like soup.
and vuhiab'iu ar
The followineten'monlal from peron with hem many in Cairo and VcViv . .r, ., . . ,
coallne in it. true poMtion before the pub,,. I, I a gwd thL,. .umXZT '
IbaveuK-d eoallnelumyhou.e. It v,-, r.d ave cloth, . and I luexi,ii,'e I ,.',!. .
be without It -Central!,. 111"., AuKu l8W. UL "
VKS. D. Oi'LEY.
I haveuKd coaiine toc,an head -Khl. of cnein, ,, where the dirt U hardened. Ld i. u.ua'.ly clcu d
w.thconcettrandDc.. I fod coallne o do the work fully a well a pot..h, wi.J, ,lf:llrJ
cffc-c.-Centrali.,!!!., Auu.t ltt.L.1.. C. BILLS, Foreman r.l,, hop. I ,
A.l leauicg procer win have it, and can mmi'y
oe. at ail time, obtainable at
Heads ((f Families will Call and C'c-t a fuinrde, Free for Trial, at our .Stoies
SAVE Y0D1! KtfGIHES!
Vv'e Desire to call Your attention to Our
WHICH IS NOW COMING INTO OENEHAL 1E.
WALTER'S PATENT ESCAPE OR
FOR STEAM CYLINDERS.
NO MOEE CYLINDER
I cull tlie iittcntion of proprie'torH of Stt'iun
a gri'Mt mviiio; of fuel is fleeted. The Vulvo
open when cxliiitiftin, the engine i not lialilu
nceimuiliiio in the cylinder tlio Valve opening
The eyliiuler is kept dry when the engine i
open hy a tipirnl tnng, Thu Vulvo will pay
short tiitu1, nnd will liiht over ten yeuiH.
l-irir'lule uud County Rights for Sale.
OF. THE WORLD !
ritcii and Tar frem the Hands
etih'ii,.. ii, . fun.n ,... .. .. ..
' ni.u dUU 11 an ttlO III
cle.uK - r and much more ecoaomk-.!.
It retuuu-s dirt
II t..a.. .... . . . .
"."""e 'Pole out oi ce!L;ui' fci.i' i -.ri...!.. ....
; - ...i. , lllll.lt
i -e prlie i o low amto brlLg It ithiu the n ..h of t vtry
L. (i. CALKINS.
iLtlr cutomer. in.'..
i dai. It j. c.w end
J1J' ( and Naming ton Atnnc
READS 1IR0KEN OUT.
Enyini'B to tlio wc of this Valve1, ly whleli
liein"; closed on the ndinission of Bteatn uud
to get out of line, its uo water in allowed to
orHliuttiny nutoiiiiil.ieally ut caeh stroke.
not working, ks thu Valves arc then kept
its price In the wiving of fuel iu a. very
Apply "t this Ollice for rarticuhii'S.