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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
K. A. TJurhctt, Publisher.
M.B. Ilarrell, . Kditor.
There is a dispute as to whether or not
t'J.)0,000 should be paid, at this time, to
("apt. Eads, for his work on the South Pas
jetties. It has been said that the depth of
channel he was to maintain, has not been
preserved at ull tinus since the last payment
to him. The final decision will be made
upon the report sent in by engineer officers
of the army, aud the Captain will, I have
no doubt, cheerfully abide by that report.
especially as on the days when complaint
was made, the largest vessels which ever
left New Orleans, passed through the chan
nel without trouble.
Tjik reduction of the public debt during
the month of October, is placed by Secretary
Sherman at something over ten millions.
It should be understood that many accruing
obligations of the government, and which
ought to be paid each month are not paid
its they nccrne, but become a charge upon
the government to be paid hereafter. For
that reason, if not lor no other, secretary
Sherman's monthly reports arc calculated
to deceive. The question as to the trans
mittal of mail matter in lottery cases, is in
the same condition, notwithstanding recent
reports by interested parties, as was before
stated. Letters sent to individuals will be
fcrwarded. Letters sent to jjersons as
agents or managers of lottery companies
will not be forwarded.
C en. Joseph HooKtu died on Friday
hst. He commanded the Army of the
Potomac for a time, meeting with defeat and
t: rrit;c slaughter at the battle of Chancel
1'irville. He also commanded troops in the
alleged "battle above the cloud"," at Look
out Mountain. He was an impulsive mau
r,nd his relatives witli other surviving officers
f the war were generally not friendly.
Ocn. Joe Hooker "Fighting Joe,'' as lie
was called has never been credited with
great military skill. Like Burnside,he de
stroyed a great army while fighting a buttle
in which success was impossible. Unlike
('runt who came later, Hooker had not the
power to make the authorities tit Washing
ton beud to his will, and defeat wf.s swiftly
followed by retirement. He did not lose
as many men during his entire command of
'the army as Grant did in a single day. Ho
was personally very brave. He has kept up
a rufiing fight against other prominent of
ficers ever since his retirement. His last
act was the writing of a letter accepting an
invitation to attend the meeting hereof the
Army of the Cumberland Society. He died
in Friday last and was 0-1 years of age.
Til E result of Tuesday's election is just as
was anticipated by every one, with the ex
ception probably of the defeat of Governor
Robinson in New York. We agree with
the Quincy Herald, when it snys that no
jiiuu ever served the public with purer
honesty, ability or -fidelity to the interests
of the people than Robinson us Governor,
and it was Imped by all good men that he
nhould have Iwn re-elected; but a union of
tho worst element of the Democratic party
with the Republican displaced him ami
put Jn tlio position a man who hud been
looked upon us too corruptly unfit to oc
cupy an official f.osition under the gen
eral government. Rut thy Democrats
Jiave made a grand fight in the interest of
pure Olid honest government. They Imve
vefuscd to MHcrif.ce their principles to liie
dictate of dishonor and corruption, and
though thieves r.ud public plunderers may
jjuvu a victory, tho party has done u noble
work, and done, itself ami tlio poo
pie whom it represent a great credit.
The result of the New York election was
looked to with great interest, on account
of tho bearing it will lmvo on tlio Presi
dential election next year, and the election
ot the entire Democratic ticket below
Governor, settles beyond question that tlio
State will bo Democratic in tho great
campaign of next year. The overwhelm
ing majority for the balance of the ticket
below Mr. Robinson is a victory, consider
ing tho local disaffection in the party,
which should bo most gratifying to the
Democrats of tho entire country. While
the defeat of Governor Robinson is the
loss of a most valuable public servant to the
state of New York, and to the country ,'jf it
shall contribute to the removal of tho cause
of disturbing factions in the Democratic
party, the defeat will not be totally without
a partial compensation for the loss ot the
services which the public has sustained
Every other state voting on Tuesday went
just as has been anticipated during the
whole campaign, In short, so 'far as the
Presidential contest is concerned the polit
ical aspect is in nowise changed. The.
probability of a Democratic, victory is just
as strong as it was a year ago, and the
Democrats have learned where, if any, the
obstacles lie which would cause defeat.
LONDON LETT EH.
London, October 20, 1870.
An extraordinary movement was observa
ble in the corn trade last week. Prices rose
some two shillings and a qua'rter in the case
of parcels suitable for milling, and all over
that is to say, taking good and bad gram
together there was a rise of eight pence
and a quarter. Parley, too, more tlum
shared with wheat the curious "upward
movement.'' Grain of good malting qual
ity, it seems, is very scarce ; so much so that
inalsters are not able to get on with their
work for the year, through a deficiency in
the supply of the raw material. What is
true of wheat and barley seems also to hold
good with regard to oats; and for this rapid
rise in prices it is not easy to account.
Some authorities hold that the movement
is due to a consumptive rather thai a spec
ulative demand; yet it is noteworthy that,
in the London market at any rate, country
millers have been the most eager dealers,
the groat millowners of the . town holding
back, and waiting to see what will "turn
up." They appear to doubt the permanence
of this rise in prices, and some of them seem
to look upon it as the result of not very
rational speculation. There is, indeed,
great doubt as to whether the high rise will
be maintained; for, certainly, though the
supply of English wheat in tho market on
Monday was small, it was very much fuller
and of better quality than during the pre
ceding week. Side by side with the re
markable increase in prices, we see statist
ical statements published to the effect that
the imports from America have fallen off
and show signs of something very like stop
page. Lord George Hamilton the other
night, in his Uxbridge speech, hud great
stress on this fact, and inferred trom it that
a bright era of liope was dawning for the
British fanner. Such expectations, how
ever, if fulfilled, would hardly be to the
advantage of the consumer, for a failure iu
the American supply would make every
man, woman, and child in England feel the
effect of the bad harvest. Yet though signs
arc certainly apparent of a falling off in the
Russian supply, there is no sufficient evi
dence of laiiuro on the part of the Ameri
can yield of breadstuff. Even if there be a
seeming decrease in the deliveries of Amer
ican wheat, it can be accounted for fn a
simpler way, since the prevalence ol con
trary winds has prevented the nrriw.l of
corn-laden ships bound for "the off-coast
When, however, two faces are
considered; first, that the Russian harvest
is supposed to be below the mark; anil
secondly, that the American supply is ex
pected to fail. The extremely rapid upward
movement in the price of corn seems far"
less surprising, The speculators who study
the fluctuations of the Russian trade most
closely, would naturally be eager to buy
up as much of the American produce as
thfy can. The growers who fancy that the
American shipments to this country are
going to cease, are inclined to hold over
their stock until they can dispose of it ad
vantageously. People who must buy in
like manner, are apt to purchase in a pauie,
fearing that a. time of dearth is coming,
when they will only be able to get grain at
vastly enhanced prices. All these causes,
aided by the low rate o discount usually
a strong stimulant to reckless speculation
have probably been at work, and they
would nccr.unt for the upward leaps' and
bounds of prices in the corn market, llow
fur tin' data on which the speculators uro
founding their calculations are trustworthy.
litYor an interesting topic for inquiry. It
will be noticed that the one idea common
to the strategy of buyers, growers and spec
ulators alike, is that America, in some way
or another, will not be able to send the
amount of breadstuff that shall be wanted
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1679.
during the coming year. There can bo no
doubt that England must depend chiefly
on America tor that'supply, because France,
Belgium, Holland, Italy, Spain, Portugal
and Roumania are fain to import, aud Cen
tral Europe is but just able to supply her
own wants, This leaves England with only
Russia as her chief smirco of supply in
Europe, If Russia fails, of course hopes
must be centred iu America. Without
going into detailed figures, I may broadly
stato the quantity of breadstuff which
England must import during the' coming
year, in the following manner: Making all
allowance for what she may expect from
Russia, India and minor sources of supply,
there will still be a deficiency ot ten mil
lion quarters of wheat, and this quantity
must come from America. So vast is the
amount, that people unused to deal with
statistics, or uuawaro of the wheat pro
ducing area which lies across the Atlantic,
have difficulty m believing that America
can, by nny chance, send us as much. Yet
a journal devoted to the New York corn
trade, states in its current number, that the
safest estimate of the trans-Atlantic corn
surplus, points to the prospect that the
United States will be able to send England
this year one hundred and sixty millions of
bushels; while Canada will bb able to send
ten millions. Rearing in mind that eight
bushels go to the quarter, I infer that, if
this authority be trustworthy, America will
be in a position to send twice as huge a
supply as is wanted.
A Blockade that Siiovi.d he Raiskd.
Tin- egress from the system of waste mate
rial through the natural channels should
be rendered free, without loss of time,
when a blockade is produced by an attack
of constirpation, a disorder which if it be
comes I'hronic, is productive of serious
bodily liisehiet. 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 Hitlers is
particularly efficacious in cases of this sort,
and render, the habit ol body pi rf-etly
regular. It is a medicine greatly to be
prefered to drastic, cathartics, which are
well calculated to drench. I!ut unhappily
such medicines are the fivovite re
sources of many iil advised person, who
resort to them upon the most tnval occa
sions, and greatly to their discomfort and
A LITTLE NONSENSK.
A wrestling match differs somewhat Irom
a political convention. The man who has
the floor is at a disadvantage.
The demand tor iron is now sohri-k that
a burglar who wants a "jimmy' must leave
his order a whole week in mlvance.
Poor Lome! Although unused to the
vigors of a Canadian climate, he will have
to sleep alone this -winter. Philadelphia
An Irish newspaper says: "In the ab
sence of both editors, the publishers have
succeeded in securing the services of it gen
tleman to edit the paper this week."
An auctioneer was endeavoring to sell a
fowling-piece, iid failing to get a bid, a
bystander who had read the papers, said:
"Blow in the muzzle, and it will go oft'."
"Fullness under the eye denotes lan
guage," we are told. So it docs, and, we
fear, bad language, too. at times. In a re
cent instance a fullness under the eye de
noted that the possessor had called a man a
A man out west has sued a newspaper
for libe becausel it said he killed a man.
The newspaper wants to compromise, and
advises him to make the report true by kill
ing somebody. He has accepted the ad
vice, and is hunting around for the editor.
Oil City Derrick.
In response to a question as to his busi
ness, a witness replied : "I am a retailer ol
wet goods." "Wet goods!" exclaimed the
judge. "What are they?" "Liquors, your
"honor," said the witness. "Oh yes, 1 see.
Wet L'oods; von mix 'em with water," re-
ponded his honor.
1 thankfully acknowledge, that the uh-
of St. Jacobs Oil has been of great service
tome. I suffered with Rheumatic Pain in
the Face ami Ears; induced to try St.
.Jacobs Oil, I found immediate relief, and it
effected an entire cure. Moved by a sen-e
of duty, it therefore gives me great pleas
ure to recommend to suffering mankind St.
Jacobs Oil, as a remedy worthy the highest
praise ami unlimited patronage.
W.w. Rkysciiicii, Notary Public,
S:t Mercer street, New York.
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalier which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
lOcts. and 1 cts. For sale by Barclay
Don't Br. Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail und
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this a fair proposition, 'rV(!
10 cts. 30 cts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cts. For sale by
"Hackmetack" o popular and fra-'rant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
A Seahch Wakhakt allows an officer to
to through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and Lindsey's Blood Searcher" is war
ranted to go through your tysti m from top
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cure's are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, ler
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
tlio Lungs or on tho Skin, Boils, rimpies,
&c, we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For salo by nil Druggists. Sec that our
name is on tho bottom of tho wrapper
R. E. Sellers Co., Prop'is, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Pro's Agents.
Sjavk voi:n children. For expelbng
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbery's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours' after taking the medicine, Benj. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 'i" cts. R. E. Sellers it Co,,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Ageut3
The truth is mk.hty and will prevail.
Thousands who have Used and been cured
are living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, billious
ness, headache arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness and all disor
dors resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by ull druggists. Price 2") cents. R.
E. Sellers it Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bis., agents.
As a Ci iiK for Piles, Kidney-Wort acts
first by overcoming in the mildest manner
all tendency to constipation; then, by its
great tonic and invigorating properties, it
restores to health the debilitated and weak
ened parts. We have hundreds of certi
fied cures, where all else had failed.
Yministhator s NOTICE.
l:TATF OV tt 11.1.1AM KKNDAI.I.. PKi rA'KM.
The iincl'T'iL'iicil. liavinvr been nppniw-i! uiln.ii:
i-:nit.r nf tlie e.itule "I William Kernl:.'.!. lu'e il' ih
(MUllly uf .Mi-MUwUt Ulel State nf lllil'.iiih
llece:ii'll. hereby u'lWf 'lOlll'" Ill;it be will appear
helnie the County t unit el l'-v.tiiil r ' cumty. at
the cn'.irt l:i.e,c. in Cairn, at tlie Jiei-i ruber term, on
the third Mmid.'ty iu December aext. at which tum
uli p"riii havii;;; claim nuain-t haid otao- are
nntif.i (1 and reuuef t. d in attend 1'nr the nin nn-e nl
liaUiiir tin- same ad.in-teil All persniis inilehtcd ti
fuid e-tiite are p-iinenied tu make immediate p:i
incut to the i:m!e --Ijued.
Daiecl t! w 1-ir-t dav nf November. A. 1).. is;'.c
FRANK. Ki KENDALL. Admini-Uator.
7XECI TOR'S NOTICE.
tati: oi- iiANnr.i.i ssns-. nr.. i.a-i:i
The underpinned, having been appointed Ksec
utnr uf the lunt will and testament of anorh
NHsnu. late of the Conntyof Alexander, and Slutenf
Illinois, deceased, hereby eive notice that he will
appear belore Ihe i imnly Court of Alexander
County, at Ihet'ourl llntie. in Cairn, at the Decern
bcr term, on tbe.lrd Monday Iu December next,
at which time all perimi haviui: claim airninM
said Estate are notilled and reyieni d to attend for
Ihe purpnt-c nf ImvOiL.' the ame adjusted. All
perHiin indebted to faid Estate are requested to
make Immediate pavmeiit In ihe iiiidersijned .
Dated thi vl'.'tid ilavnf December. A. D.. ls?i
1,'R II ALU FITdELALI). Executor.
CAl.E OF VAI.t'AIH.i: CITY LOTS.
W in Tweed Parker v. EHaVlh Linker. Wm.
Linker. Dya y. l'aricer.
Public nonce is hereby ulveti that the under-k-ncd
Master iu Chancefv Ut Alexander County.
In puri'tianee of a decree of ihe Alexander Cniiuiv
Circuit Court, entered un the lih duv nf o, inh.-f.
5S7II. will oiler for hale at public aie-tinn toth
biehcxt bidder on Saturday, the I'th dnv ol Novem
ber, is; it, three lots'lu Ihe City l' Caiio. lillnoi.
decrihed n follow ; to-wlt:' Lois numb-red 17
ami IS in lllock one. and Lot an In Hlock M. accord
luu' tu the original plat ol said city. Lot IT l on ihe
corner of Fourth and Levee 'reeii!. and lot is in il.e
adjninimr lot iu Levee street. Lot :l'i 'son ;th
street and ha upon it a pood frame d'.veilin::.
The sale will be-i at 1 o'clock p. in. at lot :l',i
and will be-in at lots IT and is at o'clock p. in.
Terms: One half ca-u, and the ether ball pay
able In twelve month from day of mlc: purchaser
L'ivlne note, bearing S percent. Interest j nni.mii,
m'lircd by tru-t iaorti;ap-
JOHN A REEVE.
Master in Ch oicerv Alexander County. Illinois.
l.EF.KN ,t (.II.11KRT. Solicitor
Da'.-d Cairo. Illinois, October ;id, K,!'.
eU 0( W. Swum! St.
Foreign ,,m! )oines'.!c dried and cniined Fruits ai,d
Vegetable. Canned, dried and salt EMi. Pick
le, Saiv-s, Oils and Condiments, snip
slu.Ts, ilakinj: Powder, ground and
whulc Spice. Toilet and Laundry
Soups. Seeds, Jellies. Preserve
Fancy (Iroccrie and (iro
Stock unparalleled iu tho West.
SEND FOIi OUR "GROCERS" MAN I'F.I..
HOOTS AND SHOES.
J WOTS A XJ) SHOES
- Made to Ordcr-
FKOM THE EL'ST MATERIAL ON SHOUT NO
WORK, MATERIAL AND FIT GUAR
ANTEED. fCKi'piilrlu done with ncutncs and def patch.
SHOP: WiishluKton Avenue, K. Corner
CAIRO. ILL. .
SSHC OALINE !S
TKA DK M All It. ,
THE ELECTJUC CLEAN8EK.
HAS XO KQUAL FOll GENERAL IIOUSK-CLKANINO
PURPOSES. FOR, WASHING CLOTHES,
FOR THE RATH, ttC, AC.
For Cleaning Paint, Varnished Surtaecs, Window Oluss, Mirrors, Cold Fiau.f-y,
Marble, Pianos, Sewing Machines, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Cases Broi.zeH,
Cut Class, l ; lobes, (las Fixtures; Removes Pitch and Tar from the Hands or Clothirg
readily, Ac, &.
FOR FSE S RISIXFFCT T smunkle a smau. vi'Avrm in thi:
V,Jl 1 ' li 'V "l'r hLi.Ul PLACE JO lit DlflNIEC'ifD
Anything ; Soiled by OJ L or
cil Mnvlvs.opl.y Uirt ol
V 1 T I I O U T S O A
To W km mis t'oAiisr. iVncAXY I have ii-i i) Coalii.e in icy lnr.:i:y r.i.d fn. it i.;: :he Mai.ui.uti".
claim for it. it isc-riainly superior to k.u as n ejeau-cr and much more cenu, mica! n Ki,i,m d
rum fabr'c. .wthn'it injuring Hi- text me or cliatisilinf f.i-t colors, li cleans ihe hnmi-aiel leave- li,- -,.
snli. It io-ii heal -ores and chapped hand readily, lie-pectfully v.iiirs.
WILLIAM S EVEJ'.EIT.lUCotti.. .rou-A-.e .( ,. :..-.
ToriiK WiTr.KN Coai.im: CnWe have bum aAuz in our family Tea In-." mi m'-!' '.( n,w.;U ";:
iu this city, unil I'.ml It one nl the n. oM o-i Ttil thin- f.n family us- we l ave wr 'i;.,v.i, ,r L- e: :! ,f. !
wash! li-. si rabbin?, cl-anli," elass. silver, takin- .!. .. p,.t- out of i !.,:l.;i,e .-a.-,! , afl , ... , -,- ., tt,
It tins no eii;al. Every family should hir.c It. The pte j. n, low as to bru.i; is -...ti.ri the reach do.
j . - nic;in. ..my -,-j. j-v.i.
)rl THE ONLY Wasiun Con-pound n.li!
and valuable article at a low ll- ire comie-tin- with
T he follow Iiil- testimoi.lli! from person with
ijj-alilie in its true pn-iticn before the public. It 1-
I lave uml conline In my hoii-e. It mivcs L-l
be wiihoiit it -- Centiaila. 111.? August lth, IsT'.f.
I tin J coa.lne to be all that is claimed for
Au.-'ist 1Mb. l-r.'.
I have used coaline to clean l.i .id ii-ht of en-ii.i
with conri titrated lye. 1 found conline n do the
( tlects.-Ci ntraiia. 111.. Auc'lst l"!h, 1ST '.
All leading fr rs will I ae it, m.i! si, si j
be. at ail time, ubtainul.le at
( iriicrnl u Limits.
Heads of Faiiiilit will Ciill and Cd a Siiinple. Flee lop Ti iul. lit our Stoics
Addi .-s 1-1 u:l Chotc
.1 I I
1 T 1
AVc Roipc to call Vour altciitioH to Our
WHICH IS NOW COMING INTO CENLRAL USE.
w-tUrivirs ivirKNT -:scapi: oh
NO -MORE CYLINDER
I call the attention of jirourietors of Steum Engines to the use of this Valve, by which
a great saving of fuel is eil'ected. The Valve being closed on the admission of steam and
open when exhausting, the engine is not liable to get out of line, as no water is allowed to
accumulate in the cylinder tho Valve opening or shutting automatically at each stroke.
The cylinder is kept dry wln n the engine is not working, as the Valves arc then kept
open by a spiral spring. The Valve wiil pay its price in the saving of fad iu a very
short time, mid will last over ten years.
W"State and County Rights for Sale. Apply by ll tl,'r f'r ' I'Won tt 1403 Chotc&u
venue, St. Louis,
OF THE WOULD!
GK EASE, by Flic's or JYn
any kimUt will florin
I ' C) 1 AV A T K K .
the pi.: ,:- i
in !;;:!;. and urieu- im cash. x:
s'liple oo.N like Soaji.
win. in :i,ai.y in Cairn at.d vh iu'y i.h ai
ill I.:, (, i.'
a -in.il thii.L-. at.d -hniild be e n- inily u...ii:
crai.d "a-.i clntl s. and Is inexj-eij, 1 w v .:
MPS. ,J H ! i'AiL
it, and ( Ijm rn.l'y im ..lem. i.d i; --d ntr.i.ia lmi.t ,
MilS. I). OXI.KV.
wl.eje Il.e d::l l.ajrid.cd. Mid is um:.-.:H- t 'm: ,.
w ni k fully i, we.l i. oiush. v. III.-. Lt its ir;r;c
(', Jill.I.S. Foreman Paint Mm ;.. 1 C. ; U,
,y 1 1 , i r it;
i v r- it. a lew iV. s. It
Corner Eiclitli St.
and ashiiigtoii Ait line,
in Av iii;
HEADS RR0KEN OUT.