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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER IXTY1Y
K. A. Bunu'1
' M.1J. lliirrc-ll,
Tiik "non-partizm" character of General
Grant's reception in Iowa was very couspie-'
u')us. In several towns Grant was greeted
as the "next president," ami at Council
Bluffs, til threshold of Iowa, he was hailed
by an enthusiastic Teuton as "the American
It nAs been studiously sought to impress
the East with the idea that farming lauds
in the West arc loaded down with mort
gage which they never enn discharge.
This idea is altogether fallacious. It has
been disproved many times. Ilooue county.
Iowa, has been pointed out as one of the
placed where tins woefulconditiou of things
exists. .Much cai'e and trouble have been
taken to ascertain the facts, and it. has
been found that the total mortgage incum
brance upon the agricultural lauds, of that
cnunty is not more than $175,000, or 3 per
cnt. of their total valuation of threo and
a half million dollars. A well informed
newspaper of Iowa vouches that this pro
portion .vill be found to bo the rule
throughout the counties of the state.
'1'iiK Memphis Appeal says that that to
the eye only Memphis is a clean city. Its
surface diaiuage is perfect. But beneath!
nil ! beneath the surface is foul rottenness.
The cellars, the vaults and the cisterns are
one indistinguishable mass of filth. The
cellars are mostly damp and reeking with
Jilth, giving out in hot weather sufficient
gas to poison the air of a whole county.
Then what is it they drink out of the
cisterns? In many parts of tho city the
contents of cisterns and vaults are inter
changeable commodities. Iu many in
stances that are side by side, as much as
three feet apart. Tho most of these vaults
:irc ancient, and have never been thorough
ly cleaned, andtlie Superintendent ot Disin
fection, who has built tho brick work of half
of Memphis, says they cannot be cleaned.
The ancient contents of these vaults have
Maturated the entire area of underground
Memphis, and yet there are some .people
who call Memphis a clean city !
.Skxatoh On ANDr.r-.it, whoscsudden death
at Chicago on Saturday morning was an
nounced by tho dispatches was elected May
or ot ucirou m tool, in l-jiji lie was
fdected to the United States Senate, and
served continuously until 1873, when ho
was appoiuted Secretary ot the Interior iu
tiio last year ot Grant s administration. On
tho 22nd ot February last ho was elected to
the Senate to fill tho vacancy caused by tho
resignation of Senator Christianey. Mr.
Chandler leaves a largo fortune acquired in
inercautilo pursuits. He was sixty-six
ycurs ot ago. Senator Chandler was a man
who was always in earnest and
spoke his mind out freely. There
was no nonseuso about him.
Ho went straight for thn thing insight;
and ho generally came off with it. His
methods were bad, and ho mado no bones
about them. His opinions were exti-eme,
and ho advanced them ok every
occasion with an agrcWivo force, which
was rarely without effect. Ho was born to
command; aud so far as he eared to, he
always did commend.
, MR. 8. J. TILDEN.
i Ht. Loula Timet.
Tho Republican press And thosn Demo
cratic editors who liavo allied themselves
with thf Republicans in tho war on Mr.
Tildenreport visible evidences in tho west
and south of t revival of tho "Tildeu liter
jtry bureau in New York.' This U simply
u stale slauder resurrected by Tummuny
and the Republicans, and Het afloat to
influence the Democratic press against the
support of Tilden. Tho Times has not
declared itself for Tilden or any other as
pirant, but it recognizes Mr. Tilden as a
citizen of conspicuous worth, a practical
reformer who has been of great services to
his btato and party, and a Democrat whoso
Democracy ueeds no proof. The Times
simply declines to join the radical howl
against an eminent Democrat, whose de
votion to his party is undoubted. Mr.
Tilden may have suffered from vilification
and misrepresentation, but his record is
vet without blemish, and his allegiance to
Ids party is much surer than some of those.
Democratic editors who delight iu echoing
every falsbood put iu circulation by lle
A MODEL STATE 1NS1TTITUX.
. Mucoilpiu l oiirnv IKialtl.
l'he Illinois Deuf and Dumb Institution.
at Jacksonville, costs the state of Illinois
thousands of dollars annually the last leg
islnturc appropriated nearly two hundred
thousand dollars to it. Tin-scIukiI ought to
have opened on the 1 lib of .September, bul
had not opened yet on the l?tli of October.
Gillette, the moral Jeech, who sucks (he
lile-blood out ol the institution, gave out
thai it could not be opened ,on account of
the failure of the water supply. This was a
month before the failure ol water required
the shutting down of the woolen factory and
other institutions. And on the 17th instant
we were informed by a prominent and relia
ble Wcpublicau of Jacksonville that the res
ervoir for the deal and dumb was lull ol
water. It i understood in Jacksonville--by
some. ;it least that Gillette wants th"
money for some other purpose, aud that the
school could go along as well as not. Gil
lette is as sleek and fat as a Norman stal
lion who is groomed six times a day. and
lives better than any private c'uiz' U in
Jacksonville- and that, too, oil the people
of the state. The legislative committee
goes down there once in two years, and af
ter being well fed, without ever looking in
to matters, returns to Spnngtield and nivi-s
Gillette whatever sum he asks for. Tin
whole state institution ring is as eoirnpt as
possible, and one ol th;; worst is the oge at
Jacksonville presided over and controlled
Mil. K. U. 'rYivr, Cleveland. Ohio, -u-matism
in the leg. Cured after three ap
plications of St. Jacobs Oil.
THE FAME OF THAI' K Eli AY
The Athena win
Thackeray is the only novel;
time, it mav safclv be s aid, whose
ity is increasing. W hile hmaN are sin
tering from tho reaction that alw ays follows
success, ho has been steadily gaining
ground. His mood is critical enough to
suit the taste of the time, and not critiea
enough to iujuic his novels as works of ait.
for it is obvious that, with all his hatred of
shams, Thackeray's .scorn of c"!ie!itions
did nol go deep. In spite of his piules-sion.-i,
he was contented to accept a very
coiiv. ational code of moralitv. and he
turned away with indifference from many
questions which a man thirty years lii
junior could not let pass so easily. At bot
tom he showed the optimism of tfie Water
loo warriors, whose weakness ho knew so
well how to expose: and had he not done
so ho would have been a far less delightful
writer he ' is. It is this mixture of this
halfhearted pessimism and real optimism
that makes Thackeray so popular at pres.
cut. He was, too, the earliest prophet of
tjueen Anne's men, and ot that reaction in
favor of the eighteenth century that is now
so powerful, and secures for "Esmond" a
preference to which we venture to think it
is not entitled. Admitting that Thack. raj
bestowed more labor on "Esmond,'' and
showed more artistic conscience in it than
in any of his other books, we cm not allow
that, admirable as it t as a piece ot
"restoration, ' it has the vitality of "Vanity
Fair"' and "The Newvonics." It is as a
painter of his own daythat Thackery will
be remembered, and time will make ot
these wonderful novels true his'orieal
romances, Thrv will live as vivid picturse
of Engligh soeietv in the fust half of the
IJkwaui-. of New Remedies adverti.
lor Coughs ami .to not waste- your money i
i' . .. . . . 1 . . I. . .1 . I . t, n I
ior a mill, w lien you Know iiint i. j.tiii s
Cough Syrup has stood the popular tet for
thirty veins. Price, '.'3 cents.
A BRAVE GIRL.
CUU III NOKHSIIOT s I'.NCOl.NTI.K IN
WAT Ml Willi A DKl.lt
Four or live miles back of this place, in
an old log cabin, lives Thomas llendersiiot.
He has a lirctlv daughter about ciL'litcen
years of age. Clara llendeishot can row a I
boat, shoot a gun, or trap a bear us well as
any man iu the county. A lew days ago
she started across the lake known as the
Great Walker pond to visit a friend, she
used a light boat belonging to her father,
and earned, as was her custom. small lille
slung across her shoulders by a leather strap.
When nearly iu the center of the hike slio
discovered nn object in the water, a shoit
distance oil', and upon approaching nearer
found that it was a large flve-pronyed
buck, which bad been driven in by dogs.
She immediately unslung her gun, and,
lifter taking uiin, tired. Tim ball pa,ed
through the deer's neck, making a painful
wound. The animul, enraged, struck at
tho boat w ith its front fore foot, complete
ly shattering one side of the fragile bark,
which sunk, leavyig MiH!j Hiqidcisliot in the
water with the infuriated buck. She was
plucky and could swim well, mid as the
deer came towards her she caught it by the
horns and plunged her hutiting-kuifc into
iU neck, killing it instantly. She then
called for help, and as none arrived she
swam to tho shore, about a quarter of a
mile, and hurried home. She put on dry
clothes, and procuring another bout rowed
outtowhero the dead buck wasfloating and
towed it to hhoro. When dressed the ani
mal weighed nearly '.'NO pounds. This is
the seventh deer Miss Hi'iideishol ha-killed
nn.l she feels quite proud of her last ad
venture, which is themohl thrilling she ever
I. ...I l ll It. t .1 : .
nun. .V Keilii:niiiil in lllj; ill '.inn ae(!
tends having tho deer's liettd Mulled, and
Miss llendersiiot will keep it as n iiieineuto
of her struggle) for life in the water.
Wiikn brau new pianos can bo bought
for lUrj wo ought to become a musical anil
music -loving people. This is what tho
Mendelsohn l'lanoCrt.,21 East 15th .Street,
Now York, nro doing selling pianos from
their factory at these ririees. Tho great
reputation of these pumoi having been
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 0, 1879.
unanimously recommended for tho highest
honors at the great Centennial Exhibition
and tho hii'li character of tho company for
honorable ami straightforward dealing,!
should injure lor them liberal patronage.
Their illustrated and descriptive catalogue,
of forty odd pages, giving highest testimo
nials of leading musiciaus, will bo mailed
free to all, and inquiries by letter cheerfully
CIllLDHKN S LAUGHTER.
How it ripples across tho fields aud along
the hill-side, its musical as the distant
church bell pealing over tho grassy mead
ows, where the brown village darlmtrs are
There are no sounds so sweet to the
mother's car, except pcrliaps, the first lisp
ing of an infant's prayer. Children's laugh
ter! how dull is the home wherein its music
once joyously echoed, but now is heard no
more. How still is the house when the
little ones are fast asleep, and their patter
ing feet are silent. I low easily the fun ot
a child babbles forth. Take even those
poor prematurely aged little ones bred i
the gutter, cramped 1n unearthly homes'
and ill-u.ied, it may be, by drunken parent,
and vou will find that the ch; Id nature is
not entirely crushed out of them. They
are children still, albeit they loek so hag
gard and wan. Try to excite their mirth
fulness, and ere long a laugh lings out as
wild and free as if there were no such
thing as sorrow in the world. Let the little
ones laugh then; too soon, alas! will they
find cause to weep. Do not try to silence
them, but let their gleefuluess ring out in
gladsome peals, reminding us of days when
we, too, could laugh without a sigh.
A l'e'NKOX ..M.l.VI!I.i:ilOI!.-K. IlH-teleU,
tired, rowelled. aud did everything without
anv benefit. A neighb'.T advised me to trv
To my intense
I bought a.
deposit di-a'ieaied. also the laui. ie ss. 11.
15. Edwards, Park Hotel. Oceanport, N. J.
Send to Dr. Giles, U'O West Bivadwrv, N.
full info: in
Khcum.iliMii. I i I!-.;;:..
Trial bottles i
Br. ill:, is.
A Ill'.M AHKAlil.E TolM
I win sls.v.s sYi:i TIIL MI.KKI-.li-.
i lM'e'mid!J: H'h l tii" Cuii-ui' Tr.'-iui.e.
! Mii.w.u m;k. Wis.. Oct. '2U.---M.ij.Siin.
! 1 on Whitcly, of Racine, formerly ati Indian
I Agent to the I'tes, comprising what is ii'jw
j known as tie; White River Ag'iiey. ; now
! lieye. and lias taken a deep interest in a!!
i that le:s tran-pired rcenily m conned io;i
w it!) those savages. His impression of tip;
I eh,ir...'ter of iliese Indians is that on the
average they aie more ii.i. I ll. i;! and de
j cent, and more likely to ieel to tie; sy'i.
! duing influeiicei of Christianity and civili
zation man almost any oim-r tribe, ol
Wcsti'iu Indians iu gratitude, .ili'ction.
and truthfulness. There are the
saiae relative grades of hte'.Hg :;cc among
tin in a among white people, and there aro
always two parlies ..ne for pcaee. quiet
and obedience to treaties w'il.'i the Govern
ment of the United States, and the other in
favor of turbulence, war and plunder, hi
the tlnee years of his agency Major 'hitciy
-ay Iiu never discovered any evidence of
dissatisfaction or anything but a kindly
feeling on their part, which In- attributed
very largely to the fact that lie restored to
them the squaw Su.-an. the sist'T of Ouray,
w lioaved tli,. lives of the Meeker women.
While on his way to the Hot Sulphur
Springs, in Middle Park. Colorado, be was
overtaken by a messenger from Governor
Evans' who informed him of the rescue' of
a Ut: squaw from the Arrapahoes and
Cheyenne by the officers of the United
states army at Fort Collins, Col. The,(;
Indians had captured this squaw in some
of their raids, ami, while encampad near tin;
month of the (.'ache La Pondre, had deter
mined to burn her at the stake. The com
manding officer at Fort Collins, hearing of
this, took a detachment of troops, and, by
alternate threats and promises, obtained her
release, after she had already been tied to
the stake and the tires li-Jited. Tins s.uw
was forwarded to Major Whitely, and aft- r
hei arrival at Hoi Springs, Col., was. sen; !.v
him to her people, being accompanied bv
j I.'. M.Curtis, tin; Major's interpreter, .mil
delivered to them after a journey across the
i western portion of Colorado into the bolder
oi I tali to the camp of the Indians on the
Snake river, where she was received v. i;.'i
every demonstration of joy by the tribe.
Maj. Whitely gave this squaw thenane- if
Susan, w hich she has borne ever since. This
was Ouray's sister, who recently display. .!
so much kindness and affection for "tin;
Meeker women, and through whose int. r
position, doubtless, their lives were saw, I.
A remarkable coincidence in this story is,
that the rescued Meckel's came from i i .
ley, which is the identical spot where a
san herself was saved from burning by the
whites. Maj. Whitely retails these "iiu i
dents will) great interest.
A lil.OC K VD1C Til AT SlIOl T.I) UK R.Msl.li. -
The egress from the system of waste mate
rial through the natural channels should
Ik; rendered free, without loss of time,
when a blockade is produced by an attack
of constii'iiution, a disorder which if it be
comes chronic, is ffcoductive of serious
bodily mischief. Jaundice, severe head
ache, nausea, dyspepsia, the Usual concom
itants of the malady, mentioned, all indi
cate that the bodily functions are materially
interfered with. Hostetter's Bitters i's
particularly efficacious in cases of this sort,
and renders the habit ol body perfectly
regular. It is u medicine greatly to be
prefere.rto drastic cathaitics, which are
well calculated to drench, jllut unhappily
such medicines are the favorite re
sources of many in luivis,.,! ,.rson(,t wh
resort to them upon the most tnval occa
sions, andoii'atly to their discomfort and
( Uidiam C. Rail, of the Terrc Hnute
( lazette, wasover hero some time ago, solicit
ing advertising for his prosperous paper.
He is a live man and a good talker. He
stepped into a largo brick building on
Pennsylvania Mreel.beloW PogueH rim, mid
told his Mory. dwelling on the advantages
to be obtained by advertising in a pupcrMf
the immensci circulation of the Gazette-.
His mdueeinents were met very coldly, and
his propositi), were refused, tinniv l,ut ,,.u.
tlemanly. ' 6
"You have no customers in Terre llaiitc't"
"My dear -jr. you should eml-uvor to
enlurgo your trade. You hlmuld niakn our
citiaens acquainted with your h,,-,.,, m
The gctlomun thought u would hardly
Not pay, sir!" Mr. Hall returned to the
attack, bringing up statistics from every
pockot, and giving numerous citations of
successful advertising. He showed what
the Gazette was capal.de ol as an advertising
"Xow my dear bir, don't yiu think ly
giving mo an advertisement you could ex
tend your business in Terra Haute';''
Then tho man behind the counter said :
"I don't think we can. young m m ; this is
It has wonderful power on Bowvl-, Liver
and Kidneys! What.' Kidney-Wort.
DMl.Ms l HA leilt S NcTI K.
KMATi: Ol WIM.UV hCSIIAi.1.. 1iM1.A-.D.
Tho imdi'r-iciinl. hiiNiiij hei ii uppoii.V'd ftdmii.
i-tin;or el' thr cslale of V"lliaiu Kemiull, late of the
( ounly of Ah Miud'T ami Mute ot IlliiioU.
dercaurd, ti' ivhy nives uoli: thai be will appear
lu'l'uie tin County Court of Alexander C ounty, at,
the court houe, ill Cairo, at the Dei i uib. r t'Tiu. on
the third Moiiduy in Dueetr.li'.'r nett. ur which tune
all pi i-Koiit, huwh;; clfintiH uiiiust miid esial'! ury
notified and reqiieKicd to attend for the purpoM of
hu-. iiii; 'lie mi tuv ailjifteil , !1 pcr-niu indebted to
faid ''state urc: riUi'ild ! iiiis!, i!u;:itd:ati n.
ii, cut to tlie und'T'-ii.iicd.
baled tin" Kiryt iluv ol NoM-.iib-r. A Is'.
FRANK K'. KESU.M.!.. .-Ju.'ui-!rV.or.
XKCl Tult'S NtiTIVK.
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The itrel'Titi-'inii. lor. iiif leen .ipi-i i.i ! t
utur ol ilie l.-;M will ami ei'tam. u' or ((.wina
Miou. late ol the e uuiiy of A:eaii,l, r. and iia'.eo:
liliuoii!, (ieceii'teil. hcrel'.v ,'ieH nuil'V that, lie wi " I
appear before the County iVm ol' Alcxuinli r
e Diit.ty. at tUeCoin t Houm'." ii aro, a- tlje Iicwin.
her teiai. on Hie tint .Moiulny In i' Tunbei net,:,
at nhiili time u'l p'-r-.ons lia'.ins eluimn :iiir.t
aid t;.i! uie nolitied utnl r- i'iea-, ,1 t i ;i t i ud loi
ili: purpo-'' ol iiav'.uj the surne ie!.i jri. J. V:'
pi r-ons Indetiteu to said h.-;.a'e are r quested
payment to the and' rrifii-'ij
lJ.i'ell tics '..ini dav "f OecemieT. A
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-THE ELECTIiK! CLEANSER..-
t iicauiug Paint, Varnished Surfaces, Wimlow Glas, Mirrors, ;j, -.,lu,.
Pianos, Se wing Machines. Furniture, Oil Cloths. Silver Ware, Show Ca-r R:,,..
Cut Glass. Globes, Gas Fixtures: Removes
readi'v, ivc. ice
FOJi I'SK AS A MSINFKiTAXT
Any t him: SoiltAI hv ( )I I
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- - v.:tiio a .aj.iiiLiUi : t.'Vturjor,li:in.';ai.M'a-t color It . ..,, ti
" a-' "' ' happeil hand, readily. It-spettfuli' uiii-.
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V1IU.M is Now (. iiMLNG I.N'fniiKNERAL IMi.
W-iVLTK! rs I'ATIuNT Cu I ( K
NO MOKE CYLINDER
I call the attention of proprietors of Steam Engines to the use of ihis Valve, by which
a great Miving of fuel is effected. Tho Valve being closed on the admission of steam ami
open whcn.cxhuusting, the engine is not liable to get out of line, n nn water is allowed to
accumulate in the cylindcrtho Valve opening or shutting automatically nt ouch stroke,
The cylinder in kept dry when tho rnglno U not working, tho Valves arc then kept
open by a spiral y?riug. Tho Valvo wilt pay it prion in the wiving of fuel in n very
short time, and Will last over ten yoars.
fcijrstHto and County nights for Sale. Apply by letter or In person nt 14011 ChotwJ
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HEADS IIHOKEN OUT.
vctiue, St. Louin.