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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1670.
THE DAILY' BULLETIN.
mnT HOKNINB (HONDA Tl UCKFTtD).
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OFFICIAL TATER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
The Lancaster, Ptnnsylvjfoia, Intelli
gence lias hoisted the name of Clarkson N.
Potter as the Democratic candidate for
I resident in 1880.
The latest hovvor is the incendiary burt
ingof a dwelling in Jtew York,' nnd the
di'fcth of four persons. Tho motive ap
pears iim ply to et insurance.
"A disgusted Tildenite"' of Harrisburg,
Pa., writes to the New York Sun that "the
Democratic party of this whole country, and
especially of your own state (New York)
' is an ?.ss.
Ik Grant could not carry New York
against S-niour in 1808, with all his
military glory shining upon him, undimmed
by eight years of civil administration con
npicuous for the absence of civil sen-ice
reform, can the Republican party do it in
presses it i. c, they and their, fruit 'are a
swindle. How often I have heard "unro-
generate'' men swear their faces red when
they have been imposed on by one ol those
fellowsyou see the imposition is found
out so quickly. Swindling bunkers might
canyon their dishonest work tor years, and
pass for honest men. (They are sometimes
found out generally nre, by and by.)
Uut let n man sell me a basket of grapes
(as ene did recently) upon his honor,
'packed by himself 'if it is not honest, I
know it in an hour. I did know it in this
case. 1 never belorc unl buy sucii woi tn
less stuff by the name of grapes. That
man stands on the market daily. But he
lost a customer that day, ami will lose
u:ore if lie goes on in this way. I mentioned
this incident to show why it is that fruit-
men have a bad name in some quarters.
They arc found out. so quickly, and the of
fenses are so many (if "little") and oft-
repeated, and every one. is remembered. I
heard n man say, the other day, that he
"suspected every fruif-dealer of being dis
honest." It was something against a man
to be found in their company, in this man's
mind. Now, this was unjust. They are
as honest as other people. They do much
us other people do, but their trouble is, they
can't do a mean thing and cover it up long.
They are soon found out."
Mil. Beauan has been unexpectedly ap
pointed to the Uuitc.1 Status (Senate, a3 Mr
Chandler's successor. The appointment
' was a piece of diplomacy on the part of
Governor Crosswell of Michigan. The
Governor lias aspirations, . thinks his
prospects are good with the Legislature,
and concluded it was best to appoint for
the short term, an outsider, thau to risk
the opposition of the lriends of the dis
appointed ones, by appointing one of the
rival candidates, whose claims have been
so warmly urged.
O.s the 4tll of August, 1498, Christopher
Columbus had three vessels anchored off
the southwestern extremity' of the island of
Trinidad. A great wave caused such n
rtrain upou the cables that one of them
parted. It is now claimed by a Marti
nique journal that tire anchor attached to
this cable has been found six feet under
ground and three hundred and seventy-two
fott from the coastline of Venezuela. This
is not improbable, as the laud on that part
of the coast has encroached so muc'i upon
the water during the hist four hundred
years, that where ships once sailed, gardens
and Colds ere cultivated.
A missionary making a journey through
Zululaml was entertained at a native's hut.
An old woman from a distant place, where
the people had never heard of God or the
bible, related the following tradition: "One
of the Zulu ancestors, long ago, stood by
the river, lilted his stick and the water
stood up like walls, so that .the people
passed over on dry land. She told of an
other who had slept ami dreamed of "climb
ing way" up to the sky, with the "maids of
heaven" going up and down, and of his
-.vaking and plncing stones to mark tho
spot. Also of a boy who had slain a groat
giant with stones from tho brook, and who
ufterwards was made king. These must be
traditions of Jacob at Bethel, the passago of
Israel over the Red sea or tho Jorihin river,
and the slaughter of Goliath by Duvid.
O.L. B..is Chicago Tribune, writing of
tho twenty-fourth annual meeting of the
Illinois State Horticultural, Society, to bo
held at Normal, commencing December
flth, and covering a apace of three days, takes
occasion to stir up ."snide shirpenj" of fruit.
This class is not large, but is largo enough
to, in aome respects, make consumers sus
picious oi all packers and dealers in fruit.
lie says: "Of course, we have enidu ship
pern of fruit, and some growers of fruit
(but they are not generally tho kind who
aupport horticultural gatherings) who pack
fruit, "like the devil," as one curtly ix-
Special Correspondence of Cairo Bulletin.
Washington, Nov. 15th, 1871).
No election of United States Senator in
any State for a long time has created so
great an interest as that to occur in Ohio
in January coming. .This is partly owing to
the fact that one of the ablest Democratic
managers is to be replaced by a Republi?
can, tor there is no doubt that Judge Thnr
man is a man who will be greatly missed in
the Senate. But it is also largely owing to
the fact that there is a very general impres
sion hero and elsewhere, that Gen. Garfield
is to be the successor of Judge Tliurmau,
and in the promotion of Gen. Garfield there
is much interest taken, both inside and out
side his party. He is personally very high
ly regarded and all concede that as a ("!'
lator he has few equals in either house.
His loss to the house will be a
great one, for his experience there
has been so long, and faithful,
that his word is law with hu fellow mem
bers. It is not too much to say in this
connection, that many of General Garfield's
friends aspire to higher thau Senatorial
honors for him. Gye has been named
us a promising candidate for President,
and several Presidential tickets are adorned
with lua name fur viou Pi-uuiMi.,r. T
notice in particular that some of Mr.
Blaine's western friends put the ticket
Blaine ami Garfield, which would make as
strong a ticket, probably, as could be
made for tlie Republican .party.
The election in New York turns out to
be a marvel of closeness, when we con
sider the immense vote that state east.
That the choice of Leutentaut Governor
should be in doubt and that the succe-s-
ful man may have less than one thousand
majority in nearly 1,0(10,000 votes
is an instance ol equality in
paity voting hardly paralleled. It is not to
be wondered at, however, when we recollect
that a state, like Ohio, has given the Demo
crats and Republicans majorities alternate
ly for the last ten years. New York is a
doubtul state, and that is what makes tlje
interest so intenso in its probable action
next year. "Dishonesty is a bad policy,"
that is u motto now applied to the Virginia)
tJadjustors. We have had several caes re
ported here since the election, in which the
capitalists have expressed their determina
tion to sell out and qtyt Virginia be
cause ot the dillietilty of doing business in
a state that endorses repudiation, or forci
ble scaling down of honest debt, public or
private. The national welfare of that state
will be disastrously ufl'ected by the late
Secretary Evans has got plenty of materi
al with which to show the swindling nature
of the fishing award lately paid to Canada1
That money m fact was demanded that
Great Britian might get even for the "Ge
neva Award." If Canada even thinks of
getting another reciprocity treaty, her peo
ple and the British Government must un
derstand that it should be one in which re
ciprocal favors do not mean gifts from the
United States und nothing m return.
Secretary Sherman will probably recom
mend the repeal of tho act requiring the
coiniigo of fj,00(,000 standard silver dol
lars por month ou the ground that they can
not bo forced into circulation, even the sil
ver men are now "going back on them."
IIiiMi!L'(ioi;i) aoaix. I saw so much said
about tho merits of Hop Bitters, and my
wifo who was always doctoring, and never
woll, teased me so urgently to get her some,
I concluded to bo humbugged again; und 1
am gjad I did, for in less than two months
use of the Bitters my wife was cured nnd
she has remained no for eighteen months
since. I like such huinbuguring. II. T.,
St. Paul. Pioneer Press.
From Chrlitiau Union, Arteust , 1HT7.
Eviiii sincb Dr. Wm. M. Giles, of 120
West Broadway, N. Y., extended a frank
invitation to owners of lame horses to bring
their equino property round to his place of
business for free treatment, the corner of
White street nnd West Broadway has como
to resemble it horse fair. The Doctor's hold
defiance, which, is thus thrust upon the
curious attention of Jus neighbors, is based
on his earnest belief in his Iodide Am
monia Liniment, which is now preferred to
all others by tho chiet stock raisers and
sporting men of this country.
A valuable horse of tho writer's was
kicked on the hock. Swelling and lame
ness ensued, rendering tho animal nearly
worthless. Wo were advised to try Giles'
Liniment, and nre gratified to sny it acted
like a charm. About two inches of bono
came away, the sore healed up, aud thy
lameness and swelling are fast disappearing.
Henry Ward Beecher, Lyman Abbott, Kdi-
tors. Giles' Pills cures Dyspepsia. Sold
by Barclay Bros.
Mil. E. B. 'Wiimxo, a well-known book'
seller in St. Albans, Vt., was cured of the
mont distressing Piles, in a very short time
by the use of Kidney-Wort. He now iiset
it as a family medicine in all cases of bil
ious, liver complaint, and disordered Kid
neys. Those habitually costive are quickly
cured by it.
JRS. 0. MCLEAN,
Hh without a doubt ll:e i:uit line of
Millinery find Fancy ttootls
in tills city, aud
be Sold at
nre K-ijn-sted to it.l aiul eMaiiii.e
A Specific Remedy Fop All
BLADDER k KIDNEYS
IMcch AVill bp .Mtutc Hiitisluctovy
EltltlTII sTliKET, NEXT DnuR T STl'AKT'
1)1!Y GOODS MOUSE.
(1, V. WHEELER,
Dealer !n kiLd-- o:'
Cord Wood, Stove Wood.
BIG MUDDY COAL
A SI 'KCIA. LT V-
"1 wish you'd let me go to tho city with
you, Fred," said a young wife to her hus
band, who was a broker;, "I uliould so like
J'istfr-i once to take a strdl throuih the
money market 1"
WOOD AND COAL YAK I):
Tenth Street, Between Wadiinston and
TG OHIO LEVEE.
No dirt or il't by ineiti-ar' beii.tr exposed to h'.:.
ilKk cilivired twice u car,
SEALED IN TINT BOTTLES'.
Try it arid K-e Mryonru'.ws.
SO PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
.'ii'h on t! iivury of tickets.
OA1KO. - ILIJXOI-'.
ror Debility. l.or of Mtncry. luLtroUixb u
Exertiou or huriLtae, Sbortcem of lirii.'.h,
Troubled with Thoucht or Dipeute. Ditntei ol
VifioL, Tain italic Hack, t.'heet, und Hei.il. K-.ifh of
Blood to tue Head. 1'ule Cc.inter.abic anilirvStic.
If there rymiitotoH lire allowed to fo oil, Terr
frequently Etiileritic Fit and Cotie imj.ti!j follow.
lien tbe coijetitution becomes aflei 'eu it require
the aid ol an invicornliUB inrt'.icxe to ':r-t t'tl eu
aud '.OLe ;ij the f jnten wklcn
r0F.K IX EVESY CASE.
TO Ohio Levco,
')(:.. r in
Boat Stores ami Groceries.
' if Ul k'uil".
OI'KX NIGHT AM) JJAV.
Freeh Dairy and I'Ult Eilye li itt.'r. (;;:er r.r.d i.'.l
kind" 'if r'ruli when in neHMii., 01. haul uml ueiiv
ereu promptly at rMunce U-s. iy ::' ileiived
OH II I'
OTICE OF ADJUSTMENT.
e-tatk of n.mrnt. Kisiinr., ic. i: isru.
All ierinn huvintr. claim at.'Hlii! the enure o
Samuel Kinder, deceived, are hereby notified aiul
requcitien oattemi ami ine.eiit mieii clainmto the
County Court of Alexander County, lllliiol. fur the
purimne oi iiavinir tho Hume nd.lUBteil at al'Tin of
aiu l onri. to lie lielil at the l 'ourt lluum in the
City of Cairo In wild Alexander Coiiniv. omlie third
Monday of January, A. 1)., ltwi, beliu' the 1'ith day
Dated November 10th. A. I).. 1W.
CATHERINE J.FIsilEi;. Excnitiix.
By any ren.eiv ktnwn. !t ia prrK-r.bert
nion tBiiu-tt j'tye.cihna til ott wi r.d
relies hva rum.
General 111 Health.
V n .
Female Complaints etc.
EIGHTH WONDER OF THE WOtLD!
TliADIO -M AUK.
'THE ELECTJilO CLEANSEK.
HAS NO EQUAL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-CLEANING
rURDOSES, FOR WASHING CLOTHES,
FOR THE HATH, .tC, AC.
For CU-Uiiuy Eaint, Varnislt-d Surfaces Wimlotv (iluss, Mirrors:, Oold Fraine?,
ble, Fianos, Scw'hil' Machine Fiiiniiin-e. Oil cu,th w;it...v..w ti t,
" , .. ii nu,,iiain vu.vr, iiien;.i.'i
G.obt-s, Ga Fixture; Runovcr- Fitt-li mid Tar from the Hands or Cl.dhinfr
rcailily, Ac, Ac.
FOR USE AS A DISINFECTANT s .
Anything foiled bv Oil, or GHEASE.bv Flic
oil Marks or by Dirt of any kiml.it will i-U an
WITIIOlAt SOA P OK WATER.
to VftvrRN Cv:.iNE C- .Vlv.Nt- have t:,,d (online !., n-y : il ,:i;d liul i( t lUv j:af.l!r
c-"r'f"i '' l! i " r'niy Miberior to toap a a c.MB.-r and much mure e. ou,,i.,iuil. It ivrj,ov- d
torn fu'r;..- rtiO'tf :i:jur:a th t-'Xturn or.hauRinirfMtcoloM.
It cleaim the hni.il-and leaver the rl'.n
' "' 1 ue "'re "i! cfcapj ed band rehdl'y. Jiefpectl'iilly yuun-,
J WILLIAMS. EVEKETT. Ill Cottage (irove AWci,:Mlt.
T'1'.i.t Wtrr.i:s Coaune Co We lave bu n ;i
:n (,:;y, and titd it one of
wafh.t'. criibb!t(., cietulcg R
it ca no Every family hou!d fcave It. The priee inoiow ac to t.rli
body -i Licii.-o. My Vd. ISTfl.
-in I. in oe.r family "Coallne," a-i artirlc n :ir.i.(nrin...,i
' raot ntM tiii: fur family uc we have cv.-r Un orb. ard of. y,
; fitn, silver, takins Ufaix- out of cluthiue and trpei, ,t. .. wt t,;,
K U w ilt.iu the rei.th t,l i v ;y
L. ;. CALKINS.
tr- IS THE ONLY Wa.hinK Cou.pov.Ml lu Eaik. tad atrleijy for tah. Kiving the pB ,!k a rw
tr.d .-hi-juble trticie eta low flpure ompetius with r.aplc trood. like Soap.
Tie :v::owite t.'.inoui: from pre-na ltl, vtf.m n.ary in Cairo and vicinity aif(1i:;,,tld
i".:b:nit true portion before the public. It !- a -ood thine, and chotild he C"beialy cr!
IttT-t.d ctalineiamybtiun'. It ave. lcl.orMid ve. rlothea. and lner.pt i,,ive J v. -ihl r..,'
i"- .;i.oi ii (.enTrajla, ill., .vjcut 1Mb, 1HT9.
Utd tfciiscto Ve &il that . rmrd for it, and ih
?-S".K Ir'.h, rf.
MRS. J.SMEs Ma AIL.
rluDy leeemmend ll.-Cent:aii. IIIIlo;.,
illiS. I). O.XLF.V.
i i.hiP Cm 0 rofc.iLe tocl. ku h.d-!itlt. M . vrin-w L, re tbe dirt i. tarcned. aid . u,'it
w.iL (oncctrated lye 1 lontd coaLce o do tie vw.klullva well
tCeo.-Centralia. El., Atpuat 1tfc. l;.
Ail ietditg pioer ,h '.
be. at a:it:ni. obtfcitabie tt
a ;iotah, vlihi.ut iu ii)'urlii:s
c, EILI.s, Foterran ribt Hlrp. I. f. J!. It.
tr.tl rar, : pj-'y it' ,r nt,D;(. in .few day. It i-ai.d nil
G on oral Agents.
JWd; of FuniliH will Call and Get a Sp.iiij.le, Free for Trinl, At tmr Stores
'CAIRO 11 L s 'i'n'Eiciiti.st.
CYLIM.'KR VAI. E.
Addrs l-40;i Cl.ct. rut Avu.uc. St. Louis.
.' (.'-..,. h". J'hlbisthc MlOIl'ider.. Conth. T)1t rt.
i.ih.. Hi.k Mi,:i,u(.b, Er.iptK.no, I?kd Ta:e tu -Iij
Mui.tL. J ii.j.!ia;;on of tt.u Hear!, I'ft,B in -.he re.
Wo w tue n.uney c, urui a thouasnd o'hr ph;tJal
1 ' it i . lv Wirj.'iaP UJ i-p'. i' .U.
We r-ire to cali Ymir atti-mieii to Ota-
"PATENT .STEAM CYLINDER VALVE''
Y.'L'JC.'I IS SOVi (OMi.(; J ,"i,.M w.XY. '.. I vV.
Invigorates the Stomach, :v JLKfe T'A'FINT JCSCAIJ or
, DMINlsTHATOH ti NOTICE.
ESTATE or WILLIAM KKN1MI.I.. l'Ki T.CIII.
The uijilerMliriinl, liuvlni heeu iipiinliited adnilu
Wtralnr of the einale of William Kendall, late ollie
Coillliy of Alexander nnd State of HIIikiIii.
ileceai-ed. herehy Kvea nollec that he will appear
lii'loriithe County Court of Alexander Coimtv at
the court hnu.e, In Cairo, at the Deeemher l"iiii, on
the third Monday In lleeetnher tu rt, at whle.li tune
all permiua haviim elulinn niiinsl mid elule are
miiiili d nnd reiiiemi d in atti ml for tbe pnrpo.e of
niivlnu the Kami' iid,nted. All nermmi. indebted to
Kiild e.lute are leiiuected to iniike Immediate niv
inentto theundi'ri'lKne.l. 1
llaled thin Klict day ol November. A. T).. IhTfl
FIIA.NK K," KENDALL. A(!n,iniM,j,ir,
JXECVTOIfS K OTICE.
TATKOr IIASllKIA NAiON, DKl
ntor of tho la.t
The nnderli;iii!d. huvlnu been npp(.lnt..ii Exer-
lor Of till) lam. will .mil tii.tnini'iil ..I' i ..i.
Nq.on, lateol'the County of AliLMiniler. and Sunn of
llllliol. deeeiiferi. ln.n.'liv nlve. mil Ir.i ihm ...in
iiipear helore ihn County Court of Alexander
County, hi the! 'ourt Hoiiho, In Cairn, i the lletem
her term, on thelird .Monday In Dei ember next,
at which tltnn all permm liavliitf elalmn airnlnat
aimi hftuie are botltled and riHitiuated to iiiti'nd for
tlm luirpoKP of havlnir tho namo adjunted. All
pirwna hidiihted to .aid Eatlttn ri'renueiitod to
n iik Imniedlnte payment to tho undeiBiened.
llntfd tb'a Vint) day of Oi tober, A. 1) , ih?fl
liKJIAHl) IITZ'JKItALD, K.tc-titor.
And f'roiiati. the torpid Livr. Eowe. and K.d-
I.I N TO M'Hi'.ilV aCt.un. iD tieai ktt l 'I .' l.lr,,n .1
ii.l iuipurlt.t., aiid iuipaniiR new ..ft uLd vior to
A Miiir!e trial will be itifficifi.t In convince tte
miin neN;:at u;oi :tt viunkbie renttluil (, iu.;tli c
PRICE $1 VER BOTTLE
Or Six Bottle lav $5.
Pellvcred to M.y lulflren. free from oh rvr.!lf,n
"l'Ktlenia" may roM-iilt by Utter, rf leiyltifr, the
rum" uuv uiiuu up njr f iniiir.
Competent pbyHlciim. attmd to correfpotidi'tta.
.Ill leiiem tliVUJU v Fuurenxi u to,
II. T. HELMEOLD.
lVupffist and ('Leinlst,
fob $t:eam cylinders.
NO MORE CYLINDER HEADS IiROKEN OUT.
I call, the Mtcition .,f proprietors of Steam Engines to the ukc of thi V,.lv i- ..i...k.
agve.it suving of fuel is .rTcctal. The Valve beintr cloned on tho admi:!,,,.
optn when nhuuhtinft the mpno ir not liaWe to cot out of lino, as no WBt, u .11 ..1
accnmulatu in the cylinder-the Valve onr.ninir or shutting automattonii ........
Tho cylinder kept dry when tho encine is not working, a tho Valves are then kept
open by it HDiral unrinir. Th Vnlwa mill ...... t4. -t. it ....
17 Stamp IS OH Cadi bottle, short time, and willlast over ten yean.. . 'y
BTBtnte und County Rights for Snlc. Apnlv by letter or in Mr m., ' .'.
fSOLiD EVEItY WHERE I Avenue, St. Louk . .
See tliattlie private Proprieta