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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY 3IOKNING, NOVEMBER in, 1670.
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OFFICIAL PArER OF ALEXANDER COl'STV.
The Courier-Journal gays that, iluring
tlio next few weeks 'tlio Ik-publican
organs will announce, as is their men
dacious habit, that the "solid South" will
"demand,'' when Congress meets, the sura
of 13,000,000,000 on account of chicken-roos-ts
and rail fences destroyed during the
war, and "human chattels" set free by the
emancipation proclamation. They will not
tell anybody how the "Solid South" is go
ing to get $13,000,000,000, out of the
Treasury, since the Treasury never contains
that amount of money by about $13,000,
000,000, and nobody except Republicans is
willing to vote any claim money of the kind
referred to. Nevertheless the Republican
organs will go ahead with this Himalayan
lie just as they do every year when Con
gress is about to assemble. It may be well,
under these circumstances, to repeat the
truth that since the Democrats got control
of the House, none of these "Southern
claims" have' been voted.' "' During the ten
years previous to 1ST."), when the Republi
cans had entire control of Congress and the
Tkm.-uit, they voted over $100,000,000
with the greatest alacrity to holders of al
leged "Southern.claims." The Republican
party is the only party which has raided on
the Treasury to pay-alleged "rebel claims. '
Murk that. Also mark that the Democrats
!) it only refused to pay such claims, but
tried to get an act passed forbidding their
payment, and the Republicans voted against
it. The reason is obvious.
The Alton Democrat s&ys: "Amidst all
the 'gas' that is being lost by both the ad
herents and opposers of the Sage of Gram
mercy Dark, the one in trying to help along
his 'boom,' and the other in exulting over
his political death, it is well to blow aside
all this vapr and calmly view the situ
ation. First, what are the facts in the
cast? As is known, Robinson was the
Tilden candidate and received all the
benefit from the old man's bar'l and schem
ing abilities, and Kelley represented all
the opposition to Tilden within the Demo
cratic party of New York. The canvass
of Cornell, the Republican candidate, was
made by Conkiing one of the most astute
political manipulators of the present day.
It can thus be presumed that a full vote
was brought oat and cannot be very
greatly exceeded by the vote next year.
Hw, what wtis the result? Cornell was
elected by a plurality of over forty thous
and, and although the vote is somewhat
uncertain, it is safe to presume that mosof
the Republicans are elected.
What inference can be drawn frome these
facts? It is that Kelley holds the balance
of power in New York, that as long as the
"boss of Tammany Hall clings to his opposi
tion of Tilden, that statesman cannot control
his own State. We do not mean the thin,
vapid opposition that was seen at the St.
Louis Convention in '70, but the determined
resolution that slaughtered Robinson.
As long as Tammany persists in
Laving its own way, the
availability of Tilden us a presidential
candidate is under h cloud. It is a lament
able spectucle, that of a great national
party governed by a herd of corrupt ward
politicians, but the fuct remains, and we
must trim our sails accordingly.
The Democratic nominee must bo one
wl.rt run rnntrnl both f net ions in Now
York. We ennnot afford to lose that State,
and we can run no risk in trying to obtain
it. The candidate must be one for whom
every Democrat in New York can vote, one
for whom ull factions work with a hearty
will. Under thoso conditions, and only un
der tlioso conditions, can tho Stato bo won
If Tilden cannot control Tammany, Tilden
must not be nominated, and another states
man must bo sought.
In looking over tho list of possible can
didutes none strikes us more favorably than
that of Bayard. Wo havo had much to
say of his availability in tho past, and shall
have -more to say about his availability at
some future time. In tho m'eimtiuio we
quote from tho Washington correspondence
tif the "Bayard boom :"
"Since the defeat of Robinson is supposed
in some quarters to have laid Tilden on tlio
shelf, the Southern Democrats appear to bo
coming out strongly tor Bayard. Butler
and Hampton, of South Carolina, Hill and
Gordon of Georgia, Lamar, of Mississippi,
Bailey and Harris, of Tennessee, and
Vauco and Ransom, of North Carolina, are
among Bayard's strongest friends."
Washington, Nov. 10th, 1870.
There will be no distinction of party in
General Grant's reception in Washington.
A committee of one hundred citizens ap
pointed to make the preparations, is about
equally 'divided between the two parties.
Indeed parties so far as local affairs here
are concerned, are rather a tradition than a
living fact, -for we have not voted, even for'
a common councilman, in the last five
years. It is hoped the General will be here
in time to attend the meeting of the Army of
the Cumberland on the 20th hist., when the
statue of Gen. Thomas will be unvailed.
An enormous crowd is expected.
The friends of Secretary Sherman in this
city do not believe his recent qualified re
fusal to become a candidate for the Senate
represents his wishes, or that he will be
able to withstand the pressure which will
be brought to bear on him in connection
with the nomination.
Not long since ex-Governor Shepherd of
this city, representing ' heavy capitalists,
visited Mexico for the purpose, it was an
nounced, of examining into the value of
mining property. It was not believed by
those who know the governor, that this was
his only purpose, or that he acted without
concert with others. It has been observed
here that money is plenty among the not
inconsiderable class of adventurers and
speculators, and others, including the hold
ers of thirty or forty millions of dollars'
worth ol "claims" against Mexico, who in
177, made an attempt to provoke a war be
tween the two Re-publics. The fact that
efforts are being made to provoke a war in
Mexico as shown in this morning's
dispatches, and that heavy capitalists in
this country are alleged to be- engaged in
the movement, conies as a possible confirm
ation of the suspicion entertained here
when Shepherd made his late tour through
It is now found that the expense of tak
ing the next census, will be greater than at
first supposed. This is part because of a
desire to make this most pel feet census ever
taken anywhere, and in part because ?upt r
intendent Walker, though a very careful
man, and one who has had experience,
filled to take into account all the necessary
items of costs.
The latest Presidential combination?.
talked of in this city are as follows : Demo
cratic, Bayard and McDonald; R- publican,
Blaine and Windom. Both tickets would
be strong both in the East and in the West.
One of the most delightful places in the
suburbs of Washington is the Schutzen
rark. Improvements havo been made
every year since the grounds were first pur
chased. Last night the principal build
ings in the Dark were burned. They will
be at once rebuilt, and the new ones M ill bo
much larger and handsomer than the old.
The Post Office Department finds that it
makes Utile progress in its tight against the
lottery companies. Further legislation
will be asked for when Congress meets.
From Wilkes' Sdril of the Time. Die. K TT.
a.(ii. c, Mien. Wlmt slumlil l! tlone to
rediict! on tnlareniciit of tciulon of fur
ward loo;, thu buck ti-niloii.cinisi-il by tfrnb.
liinfT it while trottino;. It is souint now, I
think. It was lirt-il last mining, untl the
horse turned out nil Minimer. Answer.
Clip off the lutir, and apply iW Liniment
Iodide Ammonia twice h day, until it irri
tates, when temporarily discontinue, and
commence aain. It is the only remedy
that will permanently remove a chronic
enlargement of this kind. Send to Doctor
Giles, 120 West Nroadway, N. Y., who
will furnish full information, Giles"
Piles cure Headaches. Sold Jy llarclny
It will be a matter of interest to all
our readers who arc deirous of adorning
their homes, to know th.it there has been
incorporated in New York a Stock
Company with a cas.li capital of a quarter
of a million of dollars, for the manufacture
of Piuiios, which will bu sold direct to the
people at factory prices. The name of this
Commany is tho Mkndki.shuiin Tiano Co.,
They havo built during thu past year,
one of the largest and most complete manu
factories in tho world.
These Pianos, including Gruml, Square
and Upright, made one of the finest dis
plays at tho Centennial Exhibition, and
were unanimously recominenUcU for tho
Diploma of Honor aud Medal of Merit.
Tho Mknuklssoiin Piano Co. are tho
first to do a ireneml lumi iwua unfit tbo
I purchaser direct, saving him inoro tlia
one-half tho piico charged by other first
class makers. This saving is made by
doing away with the Agency system, and
giving tho people the pianos at. wholesale
or ngency prices.
Wo would recommend any ot our
readers who have an idea of ever buying a
piano, to send tor their illustrated and
descriptive catalogue, which will be mailed
free to all.
DMINISTKATOK S NOTICE. .
estate op wiu.umkknimu.. nE'KAn
The iitideralitni'il. having been antmlnteil .1.1 n(u.
lstraior of the entitle nf William Kendall, lute ol'tl:e
deceased, hereby ylves notice that ho will appear
lieforu the County Court of Alexander Countv nt
iomiiiy ui j extimier hi hi m a u nt im.,..!..
lliu eourt lionet', in I'niro, nt the December term on
the third Monday in December next, nt whieh tune
ihtkiiiis imvinu ciiiunn nirionsi mm tetuio mi
nted mid requested to uttend lor the purnose of
imviiii; ntv piiiiiu mii usii-u. ju oersontf 1111 .. .... .1 ...
am esiiiio ure requested to iniiKu immediate imv
inent to ihe underslirned.
listed this Hrst tiny of November. A. D.. ism
Fit AN K K. KKNDALL. Atlmiulf trutu'r.
T0T1CK OF ADJfKTML'XT.
1T.TK OP MMfKl PlitllER. IWEAOO.
All persons, huvinir eliiims iiL'itiiist ilm ...'..., .1
-uium i r iimht. iirmiMMi, me iiereny notltled and
requested to attend uud present HUeli clitlniMo tin
l'oiuty Court of Alexander Cimntv. Illinois, forth"
purpose ofhavlni; the same adlus'ted at n term of
smIiI Court, to be held at the Court House, In t.e
City ol Cairo In said Alexander County, on the third
lhereofV 1U'"'y' A t-' itH 1,duK tt;,! l'th tiny
Dated November 10th. A, IV. lsifl
CAT11KK1NK J. HSHEli, Kxecutil::.
TTATR OF IIANOIIIA NASON, 1IK EA!-i::i .
The underiiii!iietl, hnvinj been r.ppoltited Exec
utor of the last will aud testament of iu:oria
Nuson, liileof the Coutitvoi' Alexander, and Slate of
Illinois, deceased, hereby civet" notice lliat he will
tijipear lieiore the County Couit of Alexander
County, ul the Court House, in Cairo, m. the Decem
ber term, on the 3rd Monday In December text,
at which time all persons having chums Hjj!in:t
said Estate are notltled and requested to attund f. r
the purpose of lmvini: the same adjusted. A!!
persons indebted to mid Estate are requested to
make Immediate payment to the uiidersk'i.ed.
Dated thi 'J-.'iul day of October. A. I)., "islli.
Kk HAlil) FIT.CEliALD. Executor.
ALE OK VALUABLE CITY LOTS.
Win . Tweed r.'trk'-r v. Elizabeth I.:nk-r. Wm.
Linker, Dyns K. lYrkcr.
Public notice is hereby civeti that the under
s'uiitil Master In cbwicery for Alexander Coitt.tv.
lu pursuance of u decree of the Alexander Cicniy
Circuit t,'otirt. entered on the -Ith iii.v of Oeto'o.-f.
is'.!', will otier for sale lit public ntirtinn 10 the
highest bidder on Saturday, the 1'tli . ! r. y of Novem
ber. IS!. 1, three lots, in Ihe City of Cairo. lilii;o:s.
described as follows: to-wit: Lots cumben-ii It
and IS in Iiloi k one. and Lot in lilock .'.1. i.ccor 'i
h to the ori.'iual pint ol said city. Lot 11 i- on the
corner of Fourth Jiid Levee s'rei H. and lot is -he
adjoh.mi: lot ntt I.evee street. Lot:',;, is on t;h
s'rect and has upon It a l-oi1 frame dwc'.lmj.
The sale will beciu at 1 o'clock p. in. at lot "'J
niirt will beL'in at lots 1; and is at -J o'clock p. m.
Terms: One hull' ca-h. ami the other .:a'.f pv
able in twelve months from day of sale: pun ha-ir
.'iviiij note, bearint: s pcrcci.t.'intercM per hi.:.;:i;,.
secured by truvt inuittftore
JOHN A H EE YE.
Ma-tef in Chinee rv Alexander County, l.lli.o.
i.HKEN A .;i.l;Ep.T. Solicitors. '
H..ted Cairo. llii.:ois. October sir!. ''.
.MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
G2 LakefSt.. yC'eru-cii St.
IX POINT OK
Economy in Eucl, Dura
bility, ami Convenience.
Complt-toiD's-i of design, an.l
rt-rfectuf'ss of Coiistniction.
Simidk-ity of Management, and
General Working (.fnaliii'-
THE HEST AND MOST RELIABLE
QTOV E S o
IN THE MARKET.
Time Tried ami Five Tested!
EVI1Y STOVE HELI.UiLE,
A'AD l'KOVES A SUCCESS.
ALL GOODS FULLY W AUK AN TED.
For sale by C. W. HE NDEUSON, 'Cairo.
And by First-CluM IM-hleri" Kvcrvrhi-rc.
PATENT, ,NO DAY.
PATE NT S
(ihtitlnt'il for mm hnrarnl drvlroc, mei'.ln, or other
fomiimiii'iiortiiinii'tilitl (!i-lirtie. tnu.c mukf imd
lulii'U. CftuatH, Ai'Hiomii-ntt'. Iiili iien dm c In-Irlugt'ini-iiu,
niid ull iimlti-rn riflMtiinr to i'ati ttN
Irnm)tl- utti'uilftl to. Wc mnk iri'!!mlniitv .
iimliintliititi nnd furnlkh oiilnlonn mi to i.ittfrjtKbi'i
ly, fref tif fhiirtcitiul H.lwtio tin- lnteret(-d in new
liiu-ntlouKuml l'litcnlH urn InvloU to H.I1(i ..
i-tiiy of our "(itildc fur obtaining rnteiiti.." which
le fent fret' to liny Bilddrem. uud luntnlr.o comnlein
liixtriiitlnni' how to otitnln I'nti ntu and other vuln.
Hlilt- tniittcr. iMiriim tho mr'. rive yum W(. jlMV
ohtiiltied m-iirly thrt! thouHand I'utent for Anierl
t un nilForlnn iuvt-ntoii", Hndtiin KivrFntinliirturv
ri'fi'ri-nct'P In ultnof t i-vcrv roituty In the I'hIhl
Adtlrt-M: LOUIS BACiiiKKiK CO.. Suiioitor, of
riit.-litiiiiid Attorncj-B t Law, Lti Droit liul'dlnir
uchlnirttiii. 1). C K
A MONTH L.'iinriint-cd ill a
day at homo muriv hy the lmiu.
iriiniK. minim not retui red
we will mart you. Men J ..'
h('.v and plrlo mak" money fa'
tliliiB dee. The work In Hunt md PI.-uh 1 ami
mi. h ai. any t.11.1 u po rliihtat. Tto.,. 0 art'
wli-u who Hff notlt-ti will m-nd ut their addrcxen i
tiMo nnd ch for tht-min'vt- t'ouMy (.,.. ."j
ttirmi. frt'tt. Now la the tin.t). Tho't, a r,U(lv at
?'liL?r:l"J',t,PllP lttr'" """" of BioLty. Adifrua
'IKLIttU..AtiiratB,Malut). ' nmtl"
B U C H U
A Snecilie Ilemedv For A1
1 - y -
OF THE .
BLADDER k KIDNEYS
ror Lieu 1 TV. LOSS or Alemorv. Ir;' .tm.'lifn
Troubled with Thotiitht of Disease. D.miifm o
tsion. Pain m the Hack. Chest, and Head. Ktish 0
Iilood to the UfEd. l'ule Countei.atice and Dry Skin
i..eiiiou or niisiiiess. mil r... ..( 1:...
i. uivrt r oioioillS til'J IIIIOW'U to L'O OU. VurV
irvqut'Etiy tpi.eptic t its and Consumption follow
10-11 H,.; luiinaiiiiiai oecoiiH s aiii-detl it reii'iin
a.e aiuo: an n:vij;orat:tp mecl:c;Lt- to streLetiicn
i.nu -.oLe up ;n tysten. wti;ch
I'OES IN EVEKY f'ASE.
Py any romcdv kr.owa. Ir in j-ff r.bt-1 b v
riitift tUiiMi.t ;jLj--'.cii.r.s ovt-rttv vi-(..r.tl, i i,
Aches and Pains
General 111 ilealtli.
Female Complaints, etc.
HesiUrfci'. Ttiir. in :h HionlCtM. Ctncb.
r...c-. snur .sti.timch Enptioi. Untl Tit.tt- in u'.i
Moii'l:. l'l. i.'.M'Um 0: I!,.. lif-Mrt. J'liiu in ;t,e ..
C.(n il '.i:" K;(irjey. null 11 ifcti-jmid i,'.li-r iu:i,i;1
i-yiai iol.., jjj.; olj)riLi;f kI l))pejii..a.
Invigorates the Stomach,
Atd Jtlin-Tlnti.'N the torpid I.ivcr. Kowcln. nnd K'd
l.evc to hiiiiiliy action. In tiiinli.r tf.c Wvoil ot
ul iniii-jriticif. and imparting new liie uul viL-or to
the whole n-eiem,
A Piiiulf 'trial will he Ptit'.clci.t In ror:vir.rc the
mott btdtM.'iJK of im valcHtie. reiueiiinl iniulitln,
PKICE $1 PEK BOTTLE
Or SJx Bottles for $5.
Delivt-rrd to any nddn-np free from ohpcrvatlon.
"micnip 1 may coiti)t by letter, rcci'tvlny tho
fame attention iih hy t alllnc,
Comjit'ttTt ibyriciiuii attend to cnrri'Hpoudosii.
All U tter" fLould he (ddrebied tu.
H. T. HELMIIOLI).
Dnifffist and Chemist,
See that the private Proprieta
ry Stamp is on each bottle.
CO A LINE )
THE ELECTIiIC CIEAXSEIl. -
HAS NO EQUAL FOlt (iKNERAL HOUSE-CLEANIX(r
PUIIDOSES, FOIl WASHING CLOTHES
FOIl THE BAtll, .tC, AC.
For Clcanin- Faiiif, Vnrnisln-,1 Surfaces,' Wlmlt.w iket Mirrorn, (!M ' Fntn c-.
M;itt!('( rianos, Sewing Machines. Furniture, Oil Cloths, Hlver Wnre, Show Cuses. ftoim g
Cut Clasc. Glob, f, Clu Fixtures ; 1U moves l'itcl. ai;.l Tar fn m the- Ilar.ds or ClotliirR
rc-a-lily, ice, Ac.
FOP USE AS A MSINFECTANT Wi
Any tliin- SoHcdhv OJ I,
. . : i a t -. i . i . , .
.M.u-Krsor iy un-x ol any liind.it will e-N-nn
WITHOUT SOAP OH WATEP.
T ) Vi'r.t ;i:i:n Vv.: ;nb (',
tl'AST- I havo mid
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C,,'!!" '"' '' : ,"''''!,il''--"I"'fr to foapamu loiu.r uw i..;uh i:.ore , oM.n.ica! It reirftc. C'n
ramf4:..-.Titn.,:i. injuring tSie t-xt Jr ..r flianslDc f.t o'.iim. It !,.u: the lmi.,N,,.l :,a,, ;!,.. fk:
f rt. !t j i-vt fvrti" ui.tl (liapi-ta hii:;.ln ri-at!l!y. Kej.t-ft fully ycuri-,
WILLIAM S. KVKl'.ri'T.'liiL'cit (,r A.,Avo
To tv.r. 't'Tti.s 1o.w.iNi! CtwWc have t ,-n J-ii in oir fi.n.lly -Colliie." ftIJ ar:u L.M.u.'twr. .1
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" - "I.Vt-r. tl.kn:-
.i LSi. :. ci;v.u. i-.viry fr.n.ily thualt! lave It. 'J 1
tmiiy.-i. hU r.jo. Mi.y v.-J. IKS.
j. 1 I ha OM.1 i.b:ng o.n.p. ,iR,i ,..),
t.i.;i v.:..:i,: .o article ut a ;-.v C:ir; colnp..-:uy with
'?'-' V';ow;cc '"!"''"! "' l'rM..n with
ca.,;iLe,nitMrue).o.;i;r,n l.efure the pLhli,-. It
i i:i;e iin a a n.!i.e si, my i.g;;m It ik),.
be ;t!i-J'.'.' it -CvLtru'.'.B. Ill , Anew ictb, IK"!'.
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w .'!; i .(! I.tri.-i il iye.
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pr'nerf v. ::. : L-.e .. f k
be. it n. '.L.v. o'.-uii.ul.e it
General u enls.
ef iV.iii;!:., v.iil (V.ll am! .t
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Acidic.-- 1-1 0'.) Clioteau A v. -jiue. St. LouLs
We r.'-ire to call Ydr.r attcuticn to Our
WHICH IS NOW ( f Oil
AVAX.TI31.rS l'ATJT lSCAPE OI
NO JIOHE CYLINDER
I call tho uttoiition of proprietors of Stonni
'great wiving offucl l ctrectecl. The Viilve
open when e.huuMing, tiie engine is not liuhle to get put of lino, us uo water is allowed to
accumulate in the cylinder the Valve opening or shutting automatically at eueli stroke.
The cylinder in kept dry when thu engine is not working, as tho Valves tiro then kept
open hy a spiral ppring, Tho Vulve will pay its price in tlio saving of fllc. ja a vt,.y
short time, and will last over ten years.
kfff"State and County Rights for Sale.
A.veuue, St. Louis.
OF THE WOULD!
CO A LINE
or GKEASE, ly Flics or J
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