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Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois
Largest Circulation ot any Daily in
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COCNTY.
K. A. Burnett,
pOR ASSESSOR AND TREASURER.
We are authorized to announce Gioroi W.
BAimnxa a a candidate for election to the office
of Assessor and Treasurer of Alexander County at
tbe approaching November election.
We are authorucd to announce that Macs W
P.RKin If a candidate, at the ensuing November
ciccupu lor toe omce 01 toumy i reasurer.
Somb of our Democratic cotemporaries
, indulge the belief that Republican leaders
distrusted tbe continued Republicanism of
Iowa. The result shows that they had no
cause for such distrust. The majority
against the Democratic ticket is about 75,-
000; against the Grecnbackers about 100,000
and over both, about 35,000. Iowa is com
pletely given over to her Republican idols.
Tub Southern wing of the Democratic
party seems to be fated to the commission
of some act or scries of acts, just before the
occurrence of important elections in , the
North, that renders a Demo
cratic victory impossible ' of ac
complishment. The Yazoo affair, with
the Southern interpretation of State Rights,
brazenly published and defended from the
stump and through the columns of Southern
newspapers, cost the Democrats the States
of California and Ohio, and worked out a
Republican victory in Maine. That defeat
will not follow in New York, is not to be
The Quincy Herald has a proper concep
tion ot Beechcr's advocacy of the election of
-Conkling's man, Cornell. It says that it is
quite proper that Mr. Beechcr, the great
scandal preacher, should come to the aid ot
the Conkling-Cornell ticket, in New York, in
opposition to a man of so spotless an official
record as Governor Robinson. If the great
Plymouth Captain were to assume any other
position in New York politics at this time
he would find himself occupying a position
wholly inconsistent with his known charac
teristics. It seems quite fitting that the
guilty and besmirched hero of the most
disgraceful social scandal in the history of
the country should pollute the holy office of
a minister of God and enlist himself and
bis church in behalf of Mr. Conkling who
has about his name a social stench almost
equally as strong as that which makes the
name of Beechcr so obnoxious to decent
people, who have a regard fortho sanctity
of the domestic relations. Mr. Conkling
who so recently was guilty of such indecent
liberties in tho family of a brother senator,
that he was driven from the premises at the
muzzle of a shotgun, probably lound in
Mr. Beechcr a ready supporter of the ma
chine politician and moralists of the Conk
The representative colored men of Illi
nois met in the State House in Springfield,
the other day, to adopt measures to secure
proper recognition for their race at the
hands ot the National and 8tato adminis
trations. The demands and threats made
by tho meeting will have about as much cf
feet upon tho State and National adminis
trations, as would tho ineuninglesB shrieks
of so many parrots. Republicans hold,
with the Cairo postmaster, thut the tlmo for
the political preferment of the ne
gro, has not arrivod; and know
ing u , the leaden and manipulators of
the party do, that threat from colored
toured are but idle vaporlngs, they will
continue to monopolize tho loaves and Ash.
cs, i they always have done. A's thj ad
dress, fulminated by tho jneeting has1 not
been published in any of tho Republican
papers of Southern ' Illinois, wo find place
for it in the columns of Tub Bulletin. ' ' It
was prepared, by Judgo Bird of Cairo ; J. II.
Washington, of Galesburg, and J. H. IIol
linger, of Decatur, and reads as follows :
The durability and permanency of gov
ernment depend in a large measure upon tho
education of its citizens. Wise and judici
ous legislation for the promotion and ad
vanccmcnt of education should be the high
est aim ot tho law maker. All laws enacted
should bo uniform and without discrimina
tion, and their enactment concurred in by
every good citizen. We congratulate tho
people of this State, in that they havo been
successful in securing through their legisla
ture a system of school laws worthy of inn
tation by older and wealthier States. The
advancement mado and tho growing inter
est in tho cause of education among our
people is in every way commenable, and
should have the encouragement of nil who
are interested in good government and free
Wealth is an clement of strength inde
pendent of itselt, possessing commanding
influence, and with a race of people emerg
ing from the effects of a cruel and barbarous
system of slavery, like that through which
the American negro has passed, will tend
much toward removing many of the preju
dices which seem to meet him at the thres
hold of every undertaking in life. To labor
seems to have heen a part of our inherit
ance, and untrained as we have been in the
system of economy, we have,made rapid ad
vancement in that direction, and are con
vincing mankind that we possess those inher
ent qualities which arc essential to our ele
vation and success. It is impossible at this
time with the limited means at our com
mand, to give even an approximate estimato
of the value of real and personal property
owned by the negro in this State, but judg
ing from observation and the information
gained from those who are
placed . in a position to have
some knowledge of the subject, we fee
that we can safely say that it does not fall
below five millions of dollars. With preju
dice removed, and fair opportunities for
competition with other classes of citizens in
the various pursuits of life, we think the
time is not far distant, when we shall be
able to demonstrate to mankind that eman
cipation is not a failure.
Sixteen years of pupilage under a form
of govcrment like our own, with a people
possessing the inherent qualities which arc
essential to their elevation and success, is
sufficient evidence that the time has come
for the colored men of this State to exhibit a '
uetermiUution to demand ot tuoso va control
of the National and State Administrations, as
well as the locM officers, that recognition
which we are, ns a component part of the
party, justly entitled to. But we base our
claims on still higher grounds, .viz: by
virtue of our fidelity and unceasing devo
tion to the party. While we do not envy
the colored men of the South the political
preferment they have received from the past
anc1 present Administrations, we claim that
the policy of said Administrations has been
a mistaken one, and such as was calculated
to alienate the colored men of the North
from the party ; and would have done so,
were it not for the extreme moderation and
patience exhibited, and the wise and ju
dicious council given in the interests of
harmony and unity of action. Four or five
positions constitute the entire number be
stowed upon us scarcely a ripple upon the
waters, in comparison to the material aid
which we have rendered the party in its
political contests since our emancipation
and enfranchisement. Our State administra
tions have done far less, in fact, nothing
compensatory for the invaluable services ren
dered. We have stood at our posts as firm
and as immovable as the immovable .rock
rooted hills, defending and maintaining
Republican principle with unquestioned
unanimity, while our political recognition
has been almost wholly ignored. It has
long been a custom to hold out overtures to
every nationality possessing a voting
strength sufficient to give it prominence.
We must give a German a place and an
Irishman a place on our ticket to secure
their votes and influence, has become pro
verbial and monotonous, but the tub has
never been thrown the negro whale
except in a single instance. Believingthcse
evils can be remedied within the bounds of
our party organiiation, we are willing, or
rather determined to make the effort. If
we fail to accomplish the desired end, and
dire consequences should befall our party
in tho future, the responsibility will rest
where it justly belongs. Tho record we have
made in the past is a sufficient guarantee of
what may bo expected of us in the future,
if justly dealt with. . A renewal of pledges
would bo saereligious, but to demand our
rights is our highest duty. Wo therefore,
in conclusion, appeal to those in authority,
and representative men ot our party, to rise
in their dignity, manhood aud statesman
ship, and remove these incumbrances which
so seriously threaten the disintegration, of
the negro race."
Mk. R. SoiuEFEit, No. 81 Brown street,
Allegheny City, Pa., had the Rheumatism
for eight years, and used everv known med
icine without relief. A single bottlo of St.
Jacobs Oil cured him.
Kionet-Wokt is a dry compound of won
oerful efficacy in all diseases of the kid
ni'js and bowels.
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUEDAY MORNING, OCTOBER
rOITLATW OF EW foRK. ' A FEUDAMONG FIENDS
IHcw York Tiroes U (' . 'V. !;;
It is commonly said thai Niw York Is, inuE c.ndkuwooO-holukook vendetta in
respect of population, substantially a foreign ''Kentucky.
city; tl'atmoro than JW,M0 of iti dontens A d t h f v T
Jwnty.1 Kentucky, says: bThe war
uvu; oi uuruiuiM i,v,yuv, ui ryui;ii
23,000; of Italians, Spaniards and Cubans
at 13,000, This is an exaggeration, ami a
great one. 1 tie nativo population exceeds
tho foreign by about, 125,000. According
to tho census of 1870. there were 201,91)9
Irish, 24,442 English, 6,502 Scotch, 151.S10
Germans, 8,203 French, 3,794 Italia,
2.737 Austrians. 20303; Poles. 2.178 Swii
1,237 Hollanders, 1,151 Russians. This I
a very large proportion of foreigners, cd
tainly, but nothing like the proportiq
generally supposed, i ncro were then lu
070 colored persons, who are said to ha
largely increased sincj. The women a
reported to have increased, also, there b
ing, nine years ago, an excess over men
more than 28,000. The Chinese are mm
more numerous than they used to be. Tl
census of 1870 gives but 12, and now the
are, it is said, over 700, somo nuttincr t
number as high as 1,000. The census f
1880 will show many changes, and nrob
bly a notablo incieaso in population esno-
ally as two wards have been added si!
1870. It is tliou-'ht that tho nativo re
lation has trained considerably on fl. f.
cign 6ince tho last census, and that fiuis
will show the gain.
riiOMiSES kent inspire confidenre: au
Df, Bull'o Baby k)iruililivt pinMiouU Ili;.f
in the diseases of childhood without at
once effecting it. Hence tho popular re
mnce upon it. Price 2o cents a bottle.
THE DEMOCRATIC TARTY.
KEITBLICAN TRIBUTE TO THE GRAND OLD
J'rom Fomey'a Progrejfl.
We are of those who will never forget
the Democratic party that pure and noble
old organization which was mainly instru
mental in enlarging tho area of the country
and adding to the States of the Union
which acquired Florida, Louisiana, Texas
and California, and which, in two wars with
a foreign foe, carried our flag to victory ami
established our martial ability among the
nations of the world. hat the Anglo
Saxon has been and is to
civilization the old Democratic party
has been and is to the politics of tho Amer
ican people. Disguise it as some men may,
it is to Democrats that all parties owe more
or less of their leadership ami champions,
and there has never been a ajiccesst'ui party
in this country that did not contain in Its
ranks or its lead, men of former eminent
Democratic characteristics, who received
their first training for political service in
the ranks of the Democratic party; and
while that party maintained its purity no
party opposing it ever secured State or Na
tional power which Insted more than
one term. Tho native American
party tried this opposition and
failed. The Whig party made a similar
effort, and met with like disaster, and only
when the Democracy became corrupted by
the arrogant grasping of the slave power,
which finally made it a refuge for traitors,
was it defeated by the Republican party,
which would never have succeeded had it
not been for the honest Democrats assisting
it. The backbone and a large proportion
of the brains of the Republican organization
com out of tho dismembered Democratic
party. Without the disinteffration of the
Demeocratic party the Republican organ
ization of 1800 could not have elected Abra
ham Lincoln rresioenr, aim had the valor
and virtue of the Democratic party stood
aloof from their Republican neighbors and
friends of the North, as did the large pro
portion of what was left of the Whig party,
which actually joined the dough-face Dem
ocracy, the Republican party would never
have been able to crush the slaveholders'
He talked as if he had a "frog in his
throat,'1 but he was only hoarse; a single
bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup relieved
the trouble at once 25 cents.
CONFOUND THE NIGGER."
RKITBLICAN ADVICE TO MIBSISSiri'f 8 NE
GROES. -From tbe Lcmara Sentinel.
In Mississippi there are 60,000 nigger
voters against 46,000 whites, and 441, 202
niggers against 382,890 whites. To every
white person there is one and a half nigger,
and all niggers are supposed to be Repub
licans, and all whites Democrats, and yet
Mississippi is overwhelmingly Democratic.
An anxious nation wishes to know what
in thunder tha niggers have been doing
with themselves and their votes?
Sixty thousand bulldozed by 40,000?
Can't niggers bulldoze?
Can't they put on masks steal horses
ride nights meet shot with shot fire with
fire terror with terror and hell with
Are bulldozing kukluxing midnight
marauding and murder accomplishments
too lofty and refined for tho kinky-headed
darkies of Mississippi?
Or arc the niggers there essentially cow
ards? Waiting for white men to f ome down
and protect them?
Confound a niggar anyhow,
DIPTHERIA CURED BY SULTHUR.
The celebrated Dr. Field cured his pa
tients by sulphur. Ho put a teaspoonful of
flour of brimstone into a wineglassful of
water, and stirred it with his finger instead
of a spoon. When tho sulphur was well
mixed he gave it as a gargle, and in ten
minutes the patient is out of diinger. In
stead of spitting out the gargle, ho recom
mended the swallowing of it. In oxtremo
cases, when tho fungus was too nearly clos
ing to allow tho gargling, ho blew the sul
phur through a quill into the throat, and af
ter tho fungus had shrunk he gavo the gar
gle. If the patient cannot gargle, tako a
live coal, put it in a shovel, and Rprinklo n
spoonful or two of flour of brimstono upon
it; let the patient inhale tho funics, and tho
fungus will die. Brimstone kills every spe
cies of fyngus in a man, beast, or plant, in a
What is hat fkvjsk? This, fashionable
disorder is supposed to be an affection of
the mucous membrane of the noio. They
say that Henry'a Carbolic PaWo will cure if
used freely and persistently. Give it atrial.
Beware of counterfeits, pold by Barclay
t( iTnnf,r Tvirart
mc Z '' Voithl
lo reports sent out from this part of tho
untry as to how desperate tho men aro
io aro engaged on ljoth sides of this war,
no havo been overdrawn. Tho outsido
rid sco and know of the condition of af-
ici havo but partially pictured tho tnto
cidition of the people living in the uioun
tai recesses of this isolated country.
"'or more than a 'generation there has
ben war between tho Underwoods aid
th ir neighbors, which, from time to time,
wuld result in a shooting scrape, and oc
casionally in tho death of one or moro of
the pwtieipants. Such things hvo sei rud
to cd icato the people here to look upon
such i stato of affairs with but little concern.
Old Georgo Underwood who was reported
dead, is still alivo. He has proved a most
remarkable man as to his constitution. He
had been shot in the leg, thigh and body;
and evt shot out: wounded in tho head ami
ncck;nud withal had so far recovered as
to limp about, with his rifle ever ready
and two navy revolvers belted around his
waist, ctcr on tho alert for his sworn ene
mies. With nil ot nis vigilance nc was
again shot from ambush by tho Ilolbrook
rty whiV. near his house. He was going
towards the housn wiCn fired upon from the
irush, tho ball tuning effect in the right
houlder and arm, inflicting a dangerous
udpainfu.' wound. After partially recov
cing Iron the shock ho succeeded in get
tiig to the house, commonly kuowu as
lort Uaderwood. The womcu folks went
U a piysician to dress his wound, but none
wmldgo. Tho physicians of this part of
tin cantry have been notified by the Hol
brKkarty not to render service to the Un
dcrwols, or they would be considered
friendto them, and will be served in the
same tinner. Neither physicians nor citi
zens fluid go to his aid, 'so great is their
fear of being drawn into the
txistii; troubles. The old man'
woum; were dressed as best his
wome folks could with naught but water
and bidages of cloth. None dared visit
the oltnnn until his son Jessie, who was
in the tods as usual, heard of his father's
conditb, when he hastened to his aid, on
ly to revive a mortal wound through the
lungju.as he was entering his father's
door, ie was fired upon from the moun-tain-sid
about one hundred yar Js distant.
The bah passed entirely through his body.
Messcngrs were again sent out for physi
cians anaid. The death-warning from the
HolbrooHarnily prevented any one from
going to iem. Your readers can imagine
the fcclins of the women and children shut
up in the ousewith their wounded, and ex
pecting cry moment to have their house
burned, oo have their door forced open
and their tther and brother murdered be
for their eye. What will the Kentucky au
thorities dto suppress these outlaws and
put a stop t such barbarities!
The majojty of Wall Street, liouscs and
men, have a world wide reputation lor
soundness ati honesty. The old house of
Alex.Frothirham&'C'o., 12 Wall Street
New York, i entitled to absolute con
fidence. The state that an investment of
about $100 tade recently, returned over
$1,000 in less than sixty days. Scad for
Hicir t-ticlunr, free.
D. Matthkwhx, of Nemaha Co., Kan
sas, says of the Perfected Butter Color, of
Wells, Richardan it Co., Burlington, Vt.j
"We have used Jther preparations but none
so good. Our neighbors who neglect to
color, sell for a tew cents less." Testimo
nials like this ire worth something.
Chev Jaclson'8 Best Sweet Navv To-
JOTICE OK F.-XAL SETTLEMENT.
Tbe underftsnd, administrator of cftato of
William II. Mlllord. dectan-d. hi-ri-
by civcH notice to all whom
it may concern tint be haa filed in the Alt-sniidi-r
county court hit final report a eiich admiulMrntor,
aud that he willnpply to mid eourt. at the Novrm
ber term theri'oll(?T9, and fmake final eettlement,
and auk Tut bla drrharee afMirn ailmlnlHtrator.
W J. M1I.KOKI), AdininlHtrator.
Michael J. Ifan i hereby notified that on tho
10th clay of tttitcmher. 1ST. Jami-i 11. Mulrahy
sued uiitof thetJouiity Court of Alexander County,
IIIIdoIh, an itachment writ, at hla own milt,
aealnnt nuid Slchael J . Hvaif" estate, for the mini
of 179 IW, rotimalile on tho 10th duy of November,
WiH. to a termoi aaia court men to ne nomcii in
Cairo in mild niuntv: and thut uuleca Paid Michael
J. Ryan shall appear. Kivu ball and plead within
tho time limllul for hta appearance In such cane,
iudirnwnt will he entered and the estate which has
been attached will be sold.
8. J. IIUMM, County Clerk.
Oetohcr 13, K79.
Is hereliv trfvn thatbr virtmi of a decree of the
County Court if Alexander County, In the State of
11,1... I- I . A I. .1. . I. . . 1, ,1111 1
iiimoie, reuueTa in me .nuri'ii icriu, si inm,
Kliabetk Corinrnii. administratrix of the estate of
John Co-coran deceased, will null at public ven
due, on the 14th day of November, a. v., m.w,
upon tin premuea to be sold, and hereafter named,
at 2 o'oock n. n. of said day, subject lo tho wid
ow's dswer lntert therein, for the payment of l ho
debts f said estate, of John Corcoran, decen.-d,
tho folowlnu described property, lo-wit:
Lot numoerntl lllteen (IB), in mock niimueren
ilfteea (irn. of thu Cltv of Cairo, situate in tho
C'ountv of Alexander and StaWof Illinois.
Terms of sale are, one-hulf of tho
pnrchlso price cash in . hand Upon
approval of sale and tho delivery of
deed. The other half upon a credit of six months
from the day of mle. The deferred jiaynient to he
evideiicid by the purchaser's noto, draw Inn six per
cent Interest pel annum, secured by deed of trust
on tho pmtnisci sold,
' r.l,ljA11E.l II CUIH uivn.li
Administratrix of the estate of John Corcoran.
Dated, Cairo, 111., Oct. llth. 1HT9.
F. K. Hay, Exiutor of Estate
ot I), u. lloj, aeceascu.
Petition to sell land
to pay debts,
n virtue nf a decree of tho county Court of Whltn
county, Illlnofc. rendered In the abovo- entltlud
cause, at tho IHrembrr term, 1HTT, of suld court; I
shall proceed al the door of thu court house, In
Cairo, Illinois, n
THURSDAY, OCTOHKK 30TH, 1H79,
Between the hdirs of 10 o'clock a. m . and 5 o'clock
n m.i of said diy, to offer for sulci at public auc
tion, to the hliiht aud best bidder, tho following
described realeslatii. aituated In the city of Cairo,
Alexander countr and stale of Illinois, to satisfy
siild decreet I.ot.No. 7, Block No. 7, First Addi
tion to the city of Cairo. ...
Tmus or SAi.icv-The said lot will bn sold on a
credit of six and la elve months, conal payments.
Thu purchaser wll bo required to ulve notes with
aniirovcd peraonil security tonothcr with a niort.
ffKu'e on tho proMsca tosecure the purebnse money.
f u.innhlu aid desirable two-.tivrv business
house and residence la situated on this lot, front
ing on Commorcljl and corner of Twenty eighth
Street. . Ki.. , ni,i,b .
The aic' '-7 r--v, z v,,V"vi '"',.
D O. HAY! linroupd!
JNO. M. CRBBI. Attorney.-
ffiSII C O A. IN E .IPS
THE EIECTHIC CLEANSER.
HAS NO EQUAL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-CLEANING
PURPOSES, FOR WASHING CLOTHES
FOR THE BATH, cfeC, fcC.
For Cleaning Taint, Varnished Surfaces, Window Glass, Mirrors, Gold Frames,
Marble, Pianos, Sewing Machines, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Cases. Bronzes,
Cut Glass, Globes, Gas Fixtures; Removes Titch and Tar from the Hands or Clothin
readily, ic, &c.
FOR VSE AS A DISINFECTANT &S&&
Anything Soiled bv OIL. or GREASE, by Flies or Pen
oil Marfcn.or by Dirt of any kiml.it will clean
WITHOUT SOAV OK WATER.
To Wn-rrrtN Coalixs Comi-any-
I have used
claim for it. It is certainly superior to soap as a cleanser and much more economical. It removes d n
roru fubr.es wlttout Injuring the texture orchards fas, color,. It clean, the bandsand leave, the tkin
soft. It a.i-o heils sores and chapped bauds readily. Respectfully yours.
WILLIAM S. EVERETT. HI Cottage (irovo Ave , Chicago.
To tub Wmr.nN Coaunh Co-ftc have b.en anng la our family Coaline." an article manufa" tur-d
In this city. ne find It one of the most useful thirds for family use w e have ever ktown or heed of r or
washing Krub.lnp, cleaning glass, silver, taking grease spots out of clothing and carpets, t-,c , we think
it lias no equal Every family should have it. The price i. so low aa to bring It within the reavh ( vcrr
body.-CblcaMayad.iro. L. G. CALKrNS.
-IS TI!E ONLY Washing Compound sold in Bulk, and strictly for cah. giving the public a new
and valuable rtide at a low figure competing with staple goods like Soap.
, The folioNwne testimonials from person, with whom many in Cairo and vicinity are acquainted, t.lucc
coaline in Itafne position before the public. It isagood thing, and should be generally used:
I have usc coaline lu my hourc. It saves labor atd saver clotbi., and ! Inexpensive. I w. uld not
be without it.-Centralia. 111., August lr-th, 1H79. jjjuj. JAMES McFAIL.
Iflndcoalbeto be all that J. claimed for it, and cheerfully recommend it .-Ccntralla, Illinois
August lfth,U7.. ' MRS. I). OXLEY.
I have usee! coaline tocl.an headlights of engines, where the dirt IsJ.ardcmd. and is usually cleaned
with concentrated lye. 1 fovnd ccaline o do tbe woik fully as well a potash, without its injuries
cftVcti.-CeEtraiia, 111., August ISth, lffi. 4 c, BILLS, Foreman I'aint hbop, I. C. It. K.
All leading grocers will hau- it, and can lupply tfcclr customers in a few dayg. It Is tow atd 111
be, at alltline, obtainable at
Head of Families will Call and Gt a Sample, Free for Trial, at onr Stores
CAIRO, ILL. J
We Poire to on) Your attention to Our
WHICH IS NOW COMING INTO GENERAL VSE.
WAJTEirS PAT1SNT KSCAIE OR
NO MORE CYLINDER
I call the attention of proprietors of Steam Engines to the uso of this Valve, by which
a great saving of fuel is effected. Tho Valve being closed on the admission of steam and
open when rxhuusting, the engine is not liablo to get out of line, as no water is allowed to
accumulate in the cylinder tho Valve opening or shutting automatically at each stroke'
Tho cylinder is kept dry when the engine is not working, as the Valves are then kept
open by a spiral spring, Tho Ylve will pay its price in the saving of fuel in a very
short time, and will last over, ten years.
ftiTState aud County Rights for Sale. Apply at this Office for Particulars.
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Cornfr Eighth St.
and WahiRgton Avenue.
HEADS BROKEN OUT.