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"E. A. Burnett. Cairo, lllllnoii "
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois
Largest Circulation ol any Daily in
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Why Jo not the Jsew 'York. Republi
cans send for the Louisiana Returning
Botird, to help make up the returns?
Appropriations made . by the General
Missionary Committee of the , Methodist
Episcopal chnrch require $679,S23 to be
raised next year.
Tuk work of countiag out the Democrats
elected in New York is still going on. One
week after the election the result has not
been ascertained definitely, and with each
day tlie chances of success of the Demo
cratic candidates are growing less.
Since the facts have come out in regard
to the egging of Grant at Galesburg, it ap
pears that the offense was committed by
three boys, two of whom were sons of stal
warts and the other the son of a Democrat.
It seems that in everything bad the stal
warts have a majority.
The November election, the New York
Tribune maintains, has killed Mr. Tilden
deader than Schuyler Colfax, yet the Trib
une will not' lot him stay dead. It keeps
on writing column after column to prove
Ins extreme deadness, and by so doing is
breathing into him the breath of political
Senator Keunan, of New York, very
appropriately describes the mission and
destiny of the Democratic party in the fol
lowing language: "The Democratic party
must live and flourish, for it represents the
masses of the uution who ure among us. The
laborers, mechanics and farmers form the
bone and sinew of the nation. The Repub
lican party caters to a different class, and
its tendency is to strong government with
its obvious consequences. The Democratic
party will forever continue to rally the
lovers of Republican frtfedom in contradis
tinction to those who would seek to impose
restrictive conditions on the exercise of
guaranteed constitutional liberty."
The ReV.ublican fraud in Indiana has
began to boom. One hundred and fifty
colored families are about to btart from
North Carolina for the valley of the Wabash.
It is understood that efforts are being made
to turn the tide of colored immigration now
flowing into Kansas towards Indiana. "We
call the attention ot the Republican man
agers in Indiuna to the fact that 150 ne
groes, on their way to Kansas, are now
stranded at Longview, Texas, being unable
to obtain transportation to the land of prom
ise. These might, easily Vic secured for
Indiana, and we have no doubt that all of
them would be willing to vote the Repub
lican ticket, not only curly, but often.
HARPER'S MAGAZINE FOR DECEM
Harper's Magazine for December is a
very beautiful nud interesting number. It
.opens with an entertaining article entitled
"The Fortunes if the Bonapartes" the
writer of which prefers to remain anony
mous illustrated with sixteen fiucportruits
of the mot prominent members of the Bona
"Sea-Drift from New England Port," by
Lizzie W. Champney, illustrated by How
ard Pylc, contains some very novel and cu
rious information respecting New London
uciety a hundrod years ago. .
Mi J. L. Cloud continues her pictures
que description of Irish scenery and char
acter in ths Connemau Hills, accompHnit sJ
by some quaint pencil sketches.
Ernest I ugersoll contributes a "puper on
Atlanta, -.Georgia, with some excellent
"The Palestine- of To-Day," by Dr. J . F,
Hurst, is Illustrated with engravings lrom
the Harper's new edition of Dr. Thomson
"Tbo Land and the Book."
Miss F. E. Fryatt describes the "New
York Cooking School," Miss Curtis con
tributing six beautiful illustrations.
"Blossoms" is the title of an'exquisitc lit
tie poem by Thilip 0. Sullivan, illustrated
by Miss M. R. Oakcy. The ballad pi
Whittington a fac-similo of the British
Museum MS. isgiven, with tho illustra
tious by Abbey.
Longfellow contributes a poem of curious
interest, the subject of which is an iron pen
(presented to the poot by a lady in Maine)
made from n fetter of Bonnivard, tho pris
oner of Chillon the handle of wood lrom
the frigile Constitution, and bound with a
circlet of gold, inset with threo precious
stones from Siberia, Ceylon, and Maine.
James T. Fields contributes a charming
poem, entitled "A New and True Ghost
In fiction, besides the threo great serial
novels by Black, Blackmore, and Miss
Mulock, there is a very strong short story
by Rose Terry Cooke.
Without reference to the contents of the
Editor's Easy Chair, the criticisms of new
books, or the humor of the Drawer, wo may
safely pronounce this December Number
of Harper the most varied as well as the
most beautitul number of the year.
The serves as a source of trial.
Instead of being a vehicle for agreeable sen
sations some people's nerves arc a most
distressing endowment. Such sufferers, it
will usually be found, arc dyspeptic, lack
vitality and flesh. What they need is more
vigor. There is a means of obtaining it, if
they will but nvail themselves of that
means. It is llostetter's Bitters, a tonic
which experience has shown to be of the
utmost service to the debilitated, nervous
and dyspeptic. Digestion restored upon a
permanent basis by the Bitters, ministers
as it should to the wants of the system,
and its integral parts, of which tho nerves
are one of tlie most important, are properly
nourished and invigorated. The various
functions are thus more actively discharged,
and obstacles to a return to health re
moved by increasing vitality. Instead of
nervous postmtions, new strength and
vitality will be infused into the whole
DMIMSTKATOH S NOTICE.
EHTATE or WILLIAM KKSD.M.L. PE(TA!'t).
The undersigned, havfni! been nppuinted admin
istrator of the estate nf William Kendall, lute of the
County of Alexander und Statu of Illinois,
deceased, hereby elves notice lhat ho will appear
before the County Court of Alexander Countv, at
the court house, in Cairo, at the December term, on
the third .Monday In December next, at which time
all persons having claims airuiust said estate arc
notilled and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons indebted to
said estatu are requested to muke immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated this First day ol November. A. lb. WJ.
FltANK K. KENDALL. Administrator.
OTIC EOF ADJfSTMENT.
ESTTK(r SAMITI. FIM1K11. PRCKASLI).
All persons having claims against lli! estate nf
Samuel Fisher, deceased, are hereby notilled and
requested toalteiid and present such claims to the
County Court of Alexander County. Illinois, lor tlie
purpose of hiivlnL' the same adjusted at a term of
said Court, to be held at the Court House, in the
City of Cairo In said Alexander Countv. on I he third
.Monday urjaunary, A. 1).. 1S(), being the l'.Uli day
Dated November loth. A. IV. 1ST1I.
. CATHERINE J. FISI1EK, Executrix.
KSTATKOP IIAN'nr.lA NAsON. DFcLAsCll.
The undersigned, bavin.' been appointed Exec
utor of the last will and testament of aiioiiu
Mison, late of the County of Alexander, and Mate, of
Illinois, deceased, hereby elves notice that hu will
appear before the Couuly Court of Alexander
County, at the Court House, in Calm, at theDeem
ber term, on the ;ird Monday in December next,
at which time all persons having claims against
said Estate are untitled and requested to attend for
the purpose of having the same adjusted. All
persons Indebted to said Estate are requested to
make Immediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this .'ind (lav of October. A. D., lhTU.
lUCHAHl) FITZC.Elt.U.D, Executor.
EMINENT IR. WM. AI.EX. (iKEENE. Macon. Gu.
Writes; "I cheerfully slate that 1 have tested the
virtues and ctllciency of Coldeti's Eleblg's Liquid
Extract of Heel' In my private practice in cases of
los"! of nppptlti' nud nervous, afllletions, when
medicine had proven more than useless, I have
found It the best remedy I ever used in chronic al
coholism, when the stomach Is always Irritated and
food required lo nourish." VAN' SC1IAACK
STEVENSON, Druggists' Agents, Chicago.
A GOOD FLAN. CnmhIolnffanilnpfrittlnirnunrotitDrft
U! on,' v..l tutn list ev.ty tilvsiUAK, til cmiU). kiui
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Slf) rn 2l0nillnVi'Ml'lllllW,'is''i'i'iit
Vlt ii VLvi'UiiinkcsiortuncM every month.
Honk sent free explaining everything. Address
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BRIGHT, ATTRACTIVE, CHEERFUL.
Mrs. Julia McNiilr Wright's New Hook
The COMPLETE HOME
Full of I'ractlcal Information.
, The young lloue keeper'i Guide.
Tins experienced Houso keoper's Friend.
Uoue Keeplng. Cooklne. Dress. Accidents. Sick
ness. Children, Company, Marriage, liollulon,
Montis, Money, Kamlly tiovi rnment, and a multi
tude of olhir tiqiles fully treated. Tells how to
tnaketlm homo lleautlrul and Happy, "A Hook of
mo e prnctiral utility will seldom, ll ever, bo found
outside of Inspiration, " Christian Advocate.
Ynwlnil l very t Ity bom Tv rich ind poor
i'l l m tliH nil country homes i'J young nnd old
Fine I'apcr. Clear Typti, Heantlful Hindlug, Hplen
did Illustration. Nuurly OUU pages. Low price.
Agents Wanted fct
Free. J . C. Cl'HOr A CO., I'hlladoliitila, Pa.,
Cincinnati, O , CLlcago, lilt,, or St. Louis, Mo,
CAIIiO .'BULLETlfJ: SUNDAY .yMOBNINO, NOVEMBER 10, 1879.
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cvuta every insertion; mount, i,do;3 motithswiin
out change, ft.)) per month. Each additional
lino, SceulH. blliiHtlons women: rreo.
A furnished bedroom, References required. For
particulars inquire on the premises, So 37, Tenia
Threo bedrooms furulsbud or iinfumlshed-nno
lai'Ko, front room, two smaller rooms. For further
paiuciiiai cuqiiiro oi mhs. A, A. HAHRE1.L,
AimsT'8 PROOFS. "
Fino steel eiijfruvines, for glo. Cannot bo
bought of tho publishers for less than 15.(Renrh.
Will ho sold slnirlv for H10.no each, nr r.irfitr
$30.00. Enquire at Tun Hi'lletin bindery.
Ownriis and purchaser! of Real Eat
should bo sure they have a Rood tltlo. I am now
prepared to furnish abstracts at reasonable, rates.
M. JvAhi KKnAl .
OIHeo In Court House.
A series of No. 2 (iothlc cuoa an,l inu.. .;.
partly worn, but suitable for mister i,r ,..,.mm
work, conslxtlntfof brevier, lung primer, pli'a "rent
Primer, tmriiu'on and dmiblo fuullsh lettersuiiil
(lLTiires full anil comiiMe. without
01 & Cfi W. Second St.
Foreign and Domestic dried and catincd Fruits and
Vegetables, Cunned, dried and salt Fl?h. Pick
le?, Sauces, Oils and Condiment-!. Soup
stuffs, Bakiiitf Powders, ground atd
whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps. Seeds, Jellies, Preserves
Fancy Groceries, uiid Gro
Stock unparalleled in the AVe.st.
SEND FOR OVR "GROCERS' MANUEL.
JJliS. C. MCLEAN,
without a doulit the lli-.fs-t line of
Millinery ami Fancy (1001I
Jn this city, nud
Must bo old
TUe Ladles aio requested to cad an !
Pricos "Will bo M:iUo r;i t ifi.u tory
EIGHTH STREET, NEXT DOOR TO STUART'S
DRY GOODS HOI'S E.
Q4 AY. WHEKLEU,
Dealer In all klr.d of
Cord Wood, .Stove Wood.
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between AYusliiinrton mnt
70 OHIO LEVEE.
No dirt or dus' by measures hcli.r exposed to a.r.
.Ml.k delivered twice u (!ar,
SEALED IN TINT BOTTLES.
Try It and fee lor yours elves'.
00 l'LNT TICKETS ONE DOLLAU!
Cash ou delivery of tickets,
C 'All to.
Q 1). WILLIAM.(jN,
70 Ohio Levee,
Boat Stores and (roceries,
Of all kinds,
Ol'KN XIOIIT AND DAY.
Fresh Dairy and (lilt Kiltfo Ilutler. Oy.ters and all
kinds of fruit when In season, on liai'nl ami deliv
ered prompllvat resldeuctis free. Oystets delivered
250 IMPROVED FAKMS IX
Owned by Knsiern M orenuees. for sale nt from t:l to
JITi per acre-'.11 per cent, rash, Imbnier- ten
years' time at H per rent. Interest. These farms are
sllilateil In the best colltillesof the Stale ,,,.
brace the best baa'alns ever placed uimn t tic iimr
ket. For full imrlleuliirs and prlnti il ilesi rlptinn
address (iKOUOKCI.OlSKll, tiul Delaware Street,
1 Specific Remedy For All
For Debility, Less of Momorv. Ini'.!spos!tin to
txertion or Business, Shortness of Breath.
Troubled with ThoiiL-hts or Disiuse. Dimness of
slon. Fain In the Hack. Chest, and Head. Rush of
Blood to tho Head. I'ale Countenance and Dry Skin.
If these svinptoms are allowed to en on. yerv
frequently F.pileptle Fits and Consumption follow.
hen the constitution becomes affected it requires
the aid of an InviporatiDf. medicine to strenethen
and tone up the svftem which
DOES IX EVESY CASE.
By any remedy known. It is prescribed
most tmiLt-nt physicians ail over the world i
Aches and Pains,
General 111 Health,
Female Complaints, etc.
llei''..'.rl.e. Fail, in'l.c shoulder'. Cone!).
ness. s-uiir stomach Knijitioup. Ili.d Taste in t tj ..
Mouth. 1'iilpita'lon ol tt.e H art. I'ain in the re
gion of the Kidney's, and a thousand oiu r paii.fui
syiiii'totns, aiu the oil-prints of Dy-peps;u.
Invigorates the Stoniacli.
And stimulates the tortild T.Ivit. Hme..:. i t.'i.
Keys to heiilihy action. In clciinsiiiv rtin t.iii,,.) ',.1
ail Impurities, und Imparting uew J if u and vip.r to
the whole system,
A sinitle trial will he sufllclet.t to convince tho
most hcs,ltutli:(f of Its valuable, remedial qualities.
PRICE SI PER BOTTLE
Or sSix Bottles' for $5.
Delivered to 'any address free from observation.
"I'allenls" may consult hv letter, rerelvlnu tho
same attention as by calling.
Coinietent hvsli lans attend to correspondents.
All letters should hu sddressed to.
If. T. 1IEI.MI50IJ).
Drusrifist and (lionilst,
See that the private Proprieta
ry Stamp is on each bottle.
-THE ELECTRIC CLEANSER. -
HAS NO EQUAL FOR GENERAL IIOUSE-CLEANING
JJ'UK THE BATH, ctC, ctC.
For Cleaning mint, Varnished Surfaces, Window (ilnsR, Mirror, (UM Fr.uncf
Marble, riam, Sewing M.uliines, Furniture, Oil Cloil.n, Silver Ware, Show C.;kk Uronrrf
Cut Glass, Globes, Cias Fixtures; Removes Pitch and Tar from the Ilands or Clothi
readily, &c Ac.
FOR VSE AS A DISINFECTANT 'm-
Any tliiriur Soiled by Oil, or
oil Marks,or by Uirt
WITHOUT SOAP OH VATEK.
To WxsiERN COAI.IM
CoKI'AS V I have used
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To the Westers C'oaline Co-Wc htvc l.eu a
lash, 'It ht m'"t WM
ash.n.-. Krubhiiuf. c.eanin plass. silver, takiixr
ff-IS THE ONLY Washing Cotnroi,BU ..,!c!
and v.Uttutfe a.icle at a low d.ure cmpetln, with
T!;e follow ins testinioniidt from persons with
coalit, in It. true position before the puhllc. It
I have nsed coal lee In my hor.se. It saves Uhot
he wiWout it -Centra'.la. 111.. Ar...n.f ts.h
.11 ICS. JAMES M( KAIL
smt7V',ht "n ,b" " tM fr 8nd ltlfrrully 'crcmR -Vitr.!l..inir.,U,
' , JlJi.s. J). OXI.KY.
I Lave used coallnctoclean buu-lti of r.fincs. h, re the tfirt Is haroctcd. and is usually cU ... ,
th concettratcd lye I found coaline o do the workfu'lv., e!l .
fffects.-Cfttralla. 111.. Ani-nst !', nr-..
All leadine procers will tavo it. tu c;.r. scpp'.v
be. at all time, obtainable at
Hfft.N of Famili.s viii fall and (ut a Smnido, Ym for Trial, at Mir Store
iCAIKO, ILL. j
Q A V I
Acldress 1400 CLotcmi Avenue. St. Loui.-
) Doiro to call Your attention to Our
"PATENT STEAM CYLINDER VALVE'
V.'IIK II is XriW COM I SO INTO UKNEIJAI. 1E.
WALTEJVS IATi:iSTT Oil
NO MORE CYLINDER
I call tho attention tf proprietors of Sti-nm Engiius to the use of this Valve, hy which
Hgit'iit saving of fuel is elTected. The Valve Iwing cldBetl on the nduiixsiun ofeteam und
open when exhnuMing, tlie engine is not linlle to git out of line, as no water i allowed to
accumulate in the cylinder the Valve opening or shutting automatically at each stroke.
Tho cylinder is kept dry when the engine is not working, as the Valves arc then kept
open hy a spiral spring. The Valve will pay its prico in the saving f fw in a very
short time, und will last over ten years, ,
fciTStute and County Rights for Sale. Apply hy letter or in person. nt 14011 Choteau
Avenue, St. Louis.
0P THE WORLD !
GKEA8K, by Klicn or Von
of any kind, it will clean
Con!!l:c lr, ruv frr, .1 1. .., .,
, nesieciiuiiy yours,
S. EVERETT. Ill C'ottajje CJrovc Ave, Chicago.
- ine in mr fnmit. ..r.r,-
fW U'C - k0U or heard 0.1,
sr. a.o.not. ,.. , -.. .
i.. l. C ALKINS.
in Batk. ,:d r, ..
stap,e ,oods like Soap. 8 """"
v hem tr.ar.v in rlr .....1 .1,1. t , .
is . thine, and should he LiZHT
aul saves clot)..... 1. 1. ...... . ...... . '. .
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v- i-orcman raii;ttNi,p, I C. !. j. .
lt.. ir tustomer. In . frr 1.
Corner Kijrlnli St.
and N asliiujrtiiii Avt l.ur.
HEADS BROKEN OUT.