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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1870.
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"E. A. Burnett. Cairo, llllinoia "
Only Horning; Daily in Southern Illinois
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OFFICIAL PArER OF ALEXANDEK COUNTY.
General GaufieliI is reported as not re
garding Grant as the most available candi
date, owing partly to the strong sentiment
against a third term, which is putting the
opposition on the least tenable ground.
Garfield thinks a j that Grant doesn't want
to be a candidate, which is exactly what
Grant said to the Chinese viceroy, but the
boomers won't believe him.
Washington specials state that the presi
dent is understood to favor Garfield for
senator, although he does not publicly ex
press any preference. Governor-elect Fes
ter, who was recently in 'Washington, is re
ported to be decidedly for Garfield, and
Sherman is reported to have also expressed
n similar preference. Ii looks as though
Garfield would have comparatively little
An attempt is being made by unscrupu
lous swindlers to extort money fmtn pen
: .i, rAvt ot navK'n
the A rrcars-of-Pensions bill. Circulars set
ting forth claims of this kind are lieinrr
freely circulated, aud it is proper that tho
widows and tfippled survivors nil over the
country should know that this and all other
attempts to get money from them are the
work of unprincipled scoundrels who have
no claim whatever.
And now I begin another mission
serious v and deliberately, with a ertiud ob
ject in view. I am charged to open and
keep open, if possible all such districts
und countries as I may explore for the com
mercial world. 1 ho mission is supported
hy a philanthropic society which numbers
noble-nimucu men oi several nations.- n
is not a religious society, but my instructions
are entirely of that spirit. JNo vioicnco
must be used, and wherever rejected the
mission must withdraw to seek another
field. Wo have abundant means, ami
therefore wo are to purchasotho very atmos
phere, if any demands bo made upon us,
rather than violently oppose them. In lact,
we must lreely buy of all and every, rather
than resent, and you know tho sailor's com
mandment 'Obey orders if it breaks own
er'sis easier to keep than to stand upon
one's rights. This is a principle which I
have always attempted to lollow, but fre
quently the demands were so extortionate
that they exceeded the value of my prop
erty, however, tins time a cinet must
have a large mouth indeed that can not bo
rilled with good things. A year's trial will
demonstrate whether progress can bo made
uid tolerance be granted under this new
system. In some regions experience tells
me the plan may work wonders. God
grant it success everywhere ! I have fifteen
Europeans and about two hundred natives
with me. It is too early yet to say much of
them, but most of the natives seem not
worth' their rations. However, patience!
AYe shall see what time will make of us
all, and how it will mold us all anew for
the good work." Who is there in Great
Uritain that will not wish well to this new
enterprise, which thus peacefully seeks to
reap for commerce and civilization the
fruit of the splendid discoveries effected in
Central Africa by tins illustrious traveler?
Three old gentlemen arc sitting around
a table on a steamboat waiting to get an
other party to a game of cards! Presently
they espy a nice-looking young fellow. One
old party goes up to him and says :
"Pardon me, young man; we want some
body to join us in a game of cards; would
be happy to have you with us."
'Thanks; I never play cards."
"Take a drink with lis."
"Thanks; I never drink."
''Well, have a cigar."
"Thanks; I never smoke."
''Eh ! Now I rather like that in a young
man. Come into the cabin and Pll 'intro
duce you to my wife and daughters."
"Thanks," said that demure young man;
"I shall never marry."
AnvEitTisiNO cheats. It lias become so
common to write tho beginning of an ele
gant, interesting articlo and then run it in
to some advertisement tluit we avoid all
such cheats and simply call attention to the
merits of Hop Dittcrs in as plain honest
terms as nossiule, to inaiico people to cive
them ono trial, ns no one who knows their
value will ever use anything else.
Chew Jackson's licst Sweet Navy To
ESTATE OP WILLIAM KENDALL, DECEASED.
The midei-i'lL'Ucd. havliiL' been nimnlmeil admin.
Itralor of the i ftate of William Kendall, lute of the
Comity of Alexander and State, of Ulluol.
deceived, hereby give notice that ho will appear
before the County Court of Alexander County, at
the court limine, In Cairo, at the December term, on
the third Monday in December next, at which time
all iiernous liavlnt! claims nirahist eatd estain are
notified aud requested to attend for the purpose of
havliu! the. sume adinsted. All Hereon imleMi.,1 m
ald estate are reipieetrd to make immediate pay
ment to the imderli:iicd.
Dated this Klrst Buy ol November. A. D., 1ST!)
FKANK E. KENDALL, Administrator.
EsTTi:nr samcix pistiKn. dki taseii.
All persons havinji claim aL'iilnsi the estate uf
Samuel Kisher, deceased, are hereby notilled ar.d
requested to attend and present such claim to the
County Court of Alexander Couutv. Illinois, for the
purpose, of havim; the same adjusted at a term of
said Court, to he held at the Court Hoe, in t:.e
Ciiy of Cairo In said Alexander County, ou the ti.ird
Mouday of January, A. D., le0, bci:i.- the l'Jtli d:.y
Dated November 10th. A. 11.. -t0.
f ATilEKlNE J. F1SHEK, Kxecnti.x.
The readjustee or repudiators have
been victorious in Virginia, carrying
both houses of the legislature. Their
lirst move will be to repeal the law which
now provides for the settlement of the debt
on a basis satisfactory to the creditors, but
Gov. Nalliday is a strong supporter of the
debt-paying policy, and the repudiators'
majority will not be sufficient to override
a veto. The end of it will be to leave the
question where it was before the election,
aud to necessitate another vote of the people
at the next state clectiou.
A DANGEROUS EXIIIHITION.
From the London News.
The modem taste fur the exhibition ,ot
startling gytnna-tie. performances seems to
have had a new victim. A young woman,
who is curiously ornamented 'with the
protcssional name of "Zeo," w.s to appear
at the Alexandra palace in a performance
called the lcilista l'ight. Yesterday was
to have been the f.ist day for the exhibi
tion of this delightful feat, and the t'nal
rehersal was to take place on Thursdsy.
The baiist.i liighr, we need hardly say, was
to be a business of mechanism. The' flight
was to le made by means of a spring ad
justed in a box. When the rehersal began
tho performer placed herself in the box.
was not property shut into the air'.'" ' thr
poor creature's head was struck against
some projecting iron, and she fell, covered
with blood i;inl iasenciblo. She was
carried at once to one of the hospitals, an ?
it is believed tiie injuries she has received
are serious. The announcement of the
performance, we learn, lias been with
drawn, and it is stated that, even should
tho poor youiiu' woman survive, the au
thorities will not allow the balista flight to
be tried nrain.
EST ATP. OP HANOIttA NAMlN, DECEASED.
The undersik'iied, havinj been uiitioitted Exec
utor of the iat will and testament of ipiuoria
NUMin, late of the County of Alexander, and Stat.' of
Illinois, deceased, hereby give notice that he will
appear before the County Court of Alexander
County, ut the Court Hnuse. in Cairo, ai the Decem
ber term, on thellrd Monday in December uext,
tit which time a.l person hiiviua claims against
said Estate are untitled and requested to attend for
the purpose of haviui: the same adjusted. Ail
persons indebted to said Kstate aro tonicMed to
niahe immediate payment to the iir.riersi:;iiid.
Dated this j-.'nd duv of October. A. D . K'.i.
KKlIAI'.l) FITZtiEKALD. Executor.
BTJ C H U
A Specific Remedy For All
BLADDER & KIDNEYS
EIGHTH WONDER OP THE WORLD!
SIIO O ALltsTE !j
THE ELECTKI0 CLEANSE. -
HAS NO EQUAL FOR GENERAL IIOUSE-CLEANING
PURPOSES, FOR WASHING CLOTHES
FOR THE RATH, cvC, ttC.
For Cleaning Paint. Varnished Surfaces, Window Glass, Mirrors, Cold Fri:inc,
Marble, Pianos, Sewing Machines, Furniture, Oil Cloths. Silver Ware, Show Cases. Ihciiy. s!
Cut Glass, Globes, Gas Fixtures :R. move-Pitch u.d Tur frr-m the Hands or Clo1l,;:.g
readily, Ac, Ac. r
FOR FSE AS A DISINFECTANT -,;ISKi!
C ALE CF YAI.VAL1.E CITY LOTS.
Wm. Tweed Farker vs. EHzabctU L'.LVr. W::i.
Llnkt-r. Dyns '. l'nrker.
Public 'notice i hereby '.'!ven tli'.t 'he tin.hr
sii'tud M.ister iu Chr.iicers for AA-xander Couutv.
iti piiit;ance of a decree oi' the Alexander Co'iniv
Circuit Cor.rt, ent'-red en tin 1th di.v of Octo'" r.
W. will otl'er for sale al public auction tot'ie
hiithe't bidib r on Sutttrday. the 1Mb day of Nomt.i
her, l;:t. three lots in the City of Cairi. Iliit.ols,
('.escribed a loilows; to-wit: I.o's numbered :f
and IS in 1'lock one. and Lot :f in I'.'ink .'1. 8cc.t.!
Ins." to the original plat of s:i.l city. Lot l; is on t li -.-corner
of Fo'irtii and Li-vec s'.reets. i.nd lot ! is
anjuiui!'..' lot on l.evee sun t. Lot M' '-eaTtli
stre.-i and has upon it a jjoo.l frame dwi-'.'.irs:.
The sale will bedu at 1 o'clock p. m. a: lo:
at. will l.eirin at lots it ati.'. IS a; -J o'clock p. m.
'i erm : Onc liall' cash, ar.d the I'tle. r half pav
aM"iu twelv.i months from dny of sale: purch-x'r
iri villi.- i. itc bearing p-rce:.t.'iLte."t: per atir.-.-m.
sear.d bv tr'i-t neirlLM'Jo
Ma-"--r ('!: .j-.ferv Aler.an !-r Couutv. Iilii ..s.
UKEX ,V ciLIiLier. solicitors. '
P.. lid Cairo. Illinois. October .rd. 1
.MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
6-2 Lake St.. 93 Seneca St.
CiEonc.E Gokiiam, late secretary of tho
senate, is a member of the national repub
lican committee for California, and during
the '70 campaign was the something too ac
tive secretary thereof. There is now a lotd
demand in California that lie be put off
first, because he isn't at heart a Californian,
merely keeping his residence there for
political purposes; and, second, that ho is a
bolter. The Alta, which is loudest in the
cry, gays: "Mr. Gorham may claim to be
a sound republican, but if he had exercised
as muen imiueuee us nu nun, ilu .,,) (lMr
Sfiven a secessionist administration to Cali
fornia, and thus have pledged the state to
go democratic at the next presidential elec
tion. If that conduct is soundly republi
can, and it the wishes of California arc
entitled to no. consideration, Mr. Gorham
niay, with propriety, retain his membership
in the committee."
WHAT STANLEY IS DOING.
in l-otnlon Telenmph.
All anke w ill be interested in the follow
, ing extract from a letter which has just
been received from Mr. Slutiley, the famous
African explorer, by an iutimuto friend.
The letter is dated from I'.anaim Point, at
tho mouth of the Congo river, September
13, and says: "All tins year I have been
very busy, and have worked hard. I have
equipped ono expedition on the Eaat Count;
have reconstructed another namely, tho
International of whose misfortunes we
liave heard sooften, and Imve explored per
sonally several new districts on the East
Coast Having finished my work satisfac
torily to myself, my friends, and those who
aeot me, I came through tho Mediterranean
and round to thii spot where I arrived
two yoars abd four months ago, on that
glorious day on which we sighted old ocean
after our rash descent, of the Livingstone,
From Wilkes' Spirit of t!,e Times, Dec. s. ':;.
a. it. c, Mich.--What should be done to
reduce an rnlairement of tendon of for
ward leg. the back tendon, caused bv grub
bing it while trotting. It is sound' now. I
think. It was tired last sprimr. and the
norse tunuM out all summer. Answer.
I lip oil the hair, and tumle Giles" I.!
loiiiue Ammonia twice a (lav, until it irri
tates. when temporarily discontinue, mid
commence auain. It is the onlv remedv
that will permanently remove a chronic
enlargement of this kind. Send to Doctor
Giles, K'O YUst Rroadway, N. Y., who
will lurnish full information. Giles'
Piles cure Headaches. Sold by Barclay
For Debility, Loss of Memory. Indisposition to
Exertion or H'lsiness. Shortness ,.f i:-,.-th.
Troubled with Thoughts of Disease. Dimness ot
lslon, l'ain in the HucU. Chest, and lien.'.. Itu-ii ol
Flood to the Head, l'ale Cie.ii.ter.ai.ce an.! Drv Sklu.
If these symptoms are allowed t to 'ti. vry
frciiuentiy Epi.eptic Fits and Consul:-.; tion follow.
When the constitution becomes affected it re'p'.res
the aid of an iuviiroratini: mediciLe ".o trei jl.ei.
and tone up the system-which
I0ES IX EVERY CASE.
Fy any remedv known,
most eminent plysitians i
is )Te( .-.., l ( j
over iLc wi rl-.l, in
Get out Door.s. Tiie close confinement
of all factory work, gives the operative
pallid laces, poor appetite, languid, miser-
atiie loeiiniis, poor blood, inactive liver.
Kidneys and urinary troubles, and all the
physicians and medicine in the world can
not help them unless thev get out of doors
or use Hop Bitters, the purest and best
remedy, especially for such cases, having
abundance of health, sunshine and rosy
cheeks in them. They cost but a trifle
See another column. Christian Recorder!
It will bo a matter of interest to all
our readers w ho are desirous of adorning
their homes, to know that there has been
incorporated in New York a Stock
company ui. . . ,t), llt)f p u,r
ola million of dollars, for the manufacture
of Piauos, which will be sold direct to the
people at factory prices. The name of this
(ommany is the Mendelssohn pKN0 r0
New York. . ' '
They have built during the past year
ono ot the largest and most complete mauu'
factories in tho world.
These Pianos, including Grand, Square
and l.pright, made ono of the finest dis
plays at the Centennial Exhibition, and
wire unanimously recommended for tho
Diploma of Honor and Medal of Merit.
I he Mendelssohn Piano Co. are the
first to io a general business with the
purchaser direct, saving him more than
one-halt the ptice charged by other rlrt
claw makers. This saving is made bv
doing away with the Agency systnn, and
giving the people the pianos at wholesale
or ngeucy prices.
Wo would recommend any ot our
readers who havo un idea of ever lmvinir a
piano, to send lor their illustrated and
Ucscriptive catalogue, which will be mailed
free to all. .
,? Wv W mTF:' 0f Out., writes
to he ew Nation of tho Perfected Butter
Color, of Wells, Richardson & Co., Burl
W or.,t. "It so far exceeded anything
I .ad ever used that I ordered a second lot,
to butter, unking marketing a pastime."
SMI i A
Economy iu Fuel, Dura-
. bility, and Convenience.
CoDipletciiess of design, and
rorfectiu'ss of Const ruction.
Simplicity ofJIiuiajjonient, and
General Working Qualities.
THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE
IN TIIE MARKET.
Aches an.l Pains,
General 111 Health.
Anytliinu: Soiled hy OIL or O liKASK, by nic'.s or P(.u
eil Mai lc.-.or by Dii t of any kind, it vill clean
WITHOUT SOAP OR AVA.TKK.
To '''-. IT. S C'
r otu tu'i: w.'.lio ..
to;t. I 1 1- 1 1. . 1- s
J cior !
I hue r..i d foilit., In r:v fi.iin
.V I t d fl.tl it til U.e Vnnnfclcr.
Lpusmli:,.., rand much n.oic ( .oi.;,.iru! it ..
;:.r.: -As texture or , ain.-lmt fu-t Color. It cleans the hands an d j, asc.;;., fk:
uuu c.',."4ppvl Ioir.d reu lily. I.vpe(.tfi!l
i the 'V'iii:i.n Coaunb Co Wc hove K
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t u.i i..:no,, c online, an uf.. ;t.
. for .'ac.ily use v.e have . ,-t l.no.m or j...,
t i '- rut ot iloit.ii - i.i.d rarj.. . i . v.,- ;!.ln'
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ri.mi shve. ()... u.d is ,i.ixi nrive. J ..i,;.
IMIiS. JA.Ml.s M. v.mi,
. r.rd chaii .Hy n:n rr.n.ind it -Central, a. Illmo.
J1LS D. OXLEY.
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1--1 js dii.n.td for
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. LILI., IV on. an faint shop. J. (, i;
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General .A r -nts.
H.e. l- ..f P.'n.iliiv win t an ,-n i.tt a . )): le. i , ,. i',.,. 71,
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ICAIIiO IT T ' h':m Ei-hti.t.
1 VIIM'!;;; vaI.vi:.
Nervous Com pl'is
Female Complaint"!, etc.
Addi s 1-iOJ) Chotcau Avcinio. St. Louis.
ridache. Fain in t
ir s:nrnacti k
shoulder". Cou-fc. Di .j.
.Hons, ln.-l Taste in tn.i
Time Tried and Fire Tested!
EVF.UY STOVE RELIABLE,
AND MOVES A SUCCESS.
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED.
For sale l,y c. W. HENDERSON, Cairo.
Aua "y irst cias UelcM Everyv.i. re.
f. L . T'S" ,uv,'"1,f- Hlidcmi Klvesutls a" ory
Ad ?es.- I ? IrlVv rlnnMr l i the Union "
lW. uZ'.'iV,1 BAditEH A CO., Solicitor of
WhlnTc.''' KtUw' lv VtM U
ioy nd ir
MONTH ptigrnnteed. tit)
uotuo tiiutlo Dy the Indus.
ipltul liol required;
"turtyou. Men, women,
d L'irlrt TnMltt. ni.tti.iu
K. lrV ' Outtlt. .mi
work rplvli, . ... i 'uo l"e' .in0 irai it
VUUK A cli lr(te sum of money. Adre"
,.! ';' ." idtiitton ot the Hear". l'u;n in the ..
-"u ot ti.e Kidney s. ntid a tho'isand o'1,,t mi'i.m
Miii.ti.n.s, are the or!-pr:nes 0f D-pej,s:u.
Invigorates the Stomach,
,.iL'? ';n.'i:?tl, 'rV ,nrl)d T-v.t. Ilowrl. and Kid
rrrj, ,,J,.V' '"J"1"'011' e.tULsini; :. hlood ol
-.... w ,.uauiv reuivuillj fjUHllttl'
A'e Di-ire to call Your attention to Our
"PATENT STEAM CYLINDER VALVE
WHICH Is N'W(..MlN(ii"f()G;Nj:AI l
PRICE 1 PER BOTTLE
Or Six Bottles for $5.
Delivered to any addrc s free from observation
"Patients" niav consult hr l..it..r. r i,.,,..
unio attention as hy callltiK.
Conipetect phvslclan attend to correspoLdeL'n
All letter should be ddrcfd to.
II. T. IIEL3II10LP.
rrn?ffist and CLemist,
I'blliidi lilila, m,
See that the private Proprieta
ry Stamp is on each bottle.
SOLD EVERY VIIEE
WALTlSirS PATENT ESCAPE
FOR STEAM CYLINDEBS.
K0 MORE Cyi.L)KI! HEADS I1J10KEX OUT.
I call th
a great saving
e idtciition of rroprietors of Steam Engicd, to the use of this Valve, by v,li(.h
ing of fuel is ( fleeted. The Valve bcin closed on the admission f ...
open when exliausting, the engine is not liable to get out of line, as no water is allowed to
accumulate in the cyliuder-the Valve opening or shuttinc auton.aticiillv at
The cylimler is kept lry when the engine is not working, as the Valves aro then kept
open by a spiral spring. The Valve will pay its riic In the saving of fia, in a Vcrv
uhort time, und will last over ten years.
IriTState aud County Rights for Sale, Apply bv letter or iu nemon nt 1,OVi nu
Avenue, St. Lou kt.