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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1879.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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Funeral nonna i.ou
Ooiltiarli-s tud revolution pa6cd by ioclctie
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Death and niarrlajre free
Firct insertion, per quure 1."
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Diplayed advertisement will be ebarsed accord
ig to the pacc occupied, at above rate there be
twelve line or ouu type to me men.
fituiar aavcruter we oner superior ii;unce-
menu, both as to rates of charge sua mauuer ot
i displaying their favor,
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to the public are at all time acceptable. Rejected
mnnnscript will not be returned.
I Letter and communications should be addressed
! "E. A. Burnett. Cairo. HlUnoi "
only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois
,nrgest Circulation at any Duily in
OFFICIAL, PAPER OP ALEXANDER COUNTY.
The libel suit of Cftstlo anil Robinson,
two Sandwich newspaper men, has been
j continued to the next term of the PeKalb
1 circuit court.
The colossal equestrian statue of Gen.
ii'0.1I. Thomas will le unveiled at Wash
' ington to-day. It cost $'50,000, and weighs
7,508 pounds. The society ol tho Army oi
the Cumberland will do the honors of the
There is glorious ncv9 from Pittsburgh
this morning. The black-diamond panic
is at nn end. The lazy Ohio, after its long
sleep, has kicked off tho bed-clothes and is
out after mushrooms. Six million bushels
(if cord nrc moving down on the rising tide.
Nearly two and a half million bushels are
coining to Louisville. The grateful cities
ami towns along the tardy old river are all
The asscrtiou so frequently made of lute
that the Greenback party hits entirely dis
appeared from view is not exactly true. In
the elections on Tuesday, the 4th ult., the
Greenback vote increased in one county in
the United States.- Forest county, Penn
sylvania, shows gains lor that party. This
astonishing result is thus explained by a
Pennsylvania newspaper: "Forest county
is a forest in reality, without railroad, tele
graph or newspaper; it is not yet aware
hut the Greenback party is dead."
Miss Rose Meeker, daughter of Father
Meeker, the Indian Agent recently slain by
the Utes, is about to proceed on a lectur
ing tour against tho "hypocritical Eastern
press, who now pour out their malignant
(dander and abuse on the head of a faith
ful citizen." She refers to her lather, and
she will undoubtedly inako an aggressive
campaign. Miss Rose is u brunette, with
black hair forty-two inches Ions, and "an
intellectual forehead." She is opposed to
Hayes' "peace policy," and will riddle it.
SEARCY, PINE BLUFF AND MON
ROE. Generals White and Portis have returned
from St. Louis, where they went to con
sult with President Allen, of the St. Louis
and Iron Mountain railroad, relative to the
early construction of the road from Austin,
on the Iron Mountain road, to Pino Bluff,
General White informs us that
President Allen spoke . decided
ly favorably of the enterprise
and, to show the interest he manifested, has
directed his chief engineer, Mr. Morley, to
proceed to this city aud at onco begin the
mrvey, and to report early as possible, with
an estimate of the cost of grading and put
ting in proper condition tho road bed. We
confidently anticipate that this road will
now be constructed, ami if it is done at all.
will be finished and in running order by
early summer.--Pi no Bluff, Ark., Press.
A.uuivtii of one of our Wagons was
cured of Frozen Ears by using St. Jacobs
Oil; we have also observed the happiest re
suits from this remedy, in cases Of Neural
gia. Kostcr & Dial, Tribune Ruihli.ig,
N. . !
A SMAUT YANKEE.
A farmer who lives near Hartford, Conn.,
Itoasta that helms had three good wive?.
His neighbors tcU a stwry of his pontirious
mfc concerning each of them. It is aver
red that lie ordered off hi farm n sister of
No. 1 because she ate tx many eggs. No
2 had bocu his servant icirl and ret used to
work longer at low wages. On the way to
1ht depot hn said : "Will you stay if . 1 will
marry your "Yes," she answerer, and he
is said to have chuckled over his chwip bar
gain, as she was a hard worker. No. a wag
a widow and a dresmaker who owe! cen
Ktderable mon'y. By the State law' a bus
band it responsible for his wife's' debts
contracted before marriage. So as to Hvoid
paying theso tho widower, as soon as lie was
rngngod, kept tho new quiet till lie had
bought up nil tho claims against hit in
tended at twenty cents 6n the dollar.
PYam Christian T'liliii). Ancnist 129.1817. '
Ever since Dr. Wm. M. Giles, of 120
West Broadway, N. Y., extended a lrank
invitation to owners of lame horses to bring
their piiuine nronertv round to his nhico ot
business for free treatment, tho corner of
Whilo street and West Broadway has come
to resemble a horse fair. Tho Doctor's hold
defiance, which, is thus thrust upon the
curious attcution of his neighbors, is based
on his earliest belief in his Iodido Am
monia Liniment, which is now preferred to
all others by tho chief stock raisers and
sporting men of this country.
A valuable horso of the writer's was
kicked on tho hock. Swelling and lame
ness ensued, rendering tho animal nearly
worthless. Wo wero advised to try Giles'
Liniment, and are gratified to say it noted
like a charm. About two inches of bone
came away, tho sore healed up, aud the
lameness and swelling arc fast disappearing.
Henry Ward Beecher, Lyman Abbott, Edi
tors. ' Giles' Pills cures Dyspepsia. Sold
by Barclay Bros.
Wuy will you sufler with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, aud gen
eral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalizer which we sell on i
a positive guarantee to wire you. Trico
lOcts. and 75 cts. For sale by Barclay
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't got tho 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 and
our faith in it is so positive tjiat we wHl re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not tins n fair proposition. Price
lOcts. 50 cts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Trice S3 cts. For sale by
(U ivCr,W. Second St.
Foreipc fcr.d DcceKic dried and cancetl Units iui
Vegetable. Cuitift dried at,d snUFifh. Pick
It, sauces. Oil tied Condiments. Soup
staffs, Eaklcs rowder. grov.td i.r.d
whole Spices. Toilet and Luiilry
Soaps. Shells. Jellies. PrcKivc
, Fancy Groceries and Gro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS' MASIT.L.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BOOTS AXI) SHOES
Made :o Order
FROM THE 11KT MATERIAL ON
WOIllv, MATERIAL AND FIT GUAR
ANTEED. WRepaIrlui; iIolc wi:a ceatcc-f and ! pa:iL.
SHor: Wa-bitgton Avetsue, N. E. CYmer
"LiOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
1 . STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Ikon "Wohks
91 OHIO I.F.VEE. CAIRO. II !'.
John T. Iicimie,
nAVI(l t'KtHlilh"il hi work at the above men
Honed place Is belli r prepared thnn cur fir
manufacturing Steam Euiilne und Mill Msclaiicry.
Jiuviuir a Steam Hatniiier and umple Tools, tl e
maniiliicture of all kluiln of .Miicliinery, Rtillruiui,
Steamboat and lrlduc Furglnps made a'sjieciulty.
Especial a'.lemlon Riven to repairs of E: ilneaand
Urass C iictluL' of all UJikIp miidc to ordei
PlpeFttiuB in all it branches.
r 5 e
TOffiOOOA YEA15, or to
20 a day In vour own locality
No risk Women do as well
a men. Many mnku more
than lli amount stated
above. No one can fail to
Any one can do the work. You
mko money font.
.an niuki! from 50c to i'i an hour by duvoilmt vour
vvi)iilnn aud spare time to the business. It. cnts
liulhlu to li-y thu business. Nothing like It fur
iimuey making everoirered beforo. Huslnes pi, as
a:., aud strictly bouoniblo. Reader. If you want to
know all about th best paying huslness beforo the
public, rend us your address and we will seed ym
lull particular and prlvat term free; sampled
worth (5 also free; you can then make tip vour
mind for yourself. Addrc OEOHOE ST IN SON
A CO. Fortluud, ilolue.
All person havliiK clulmii atfnlunt tho esliilo of
Kmnuul Fisher, deccusud, are hereby notllled and
requested to attend and present aueh claim to the,
Coiiuly Court of AUminaer County, IlllnoiK, for thu
purpose of havlnq tlio uinii adjusted nt a term of
wild Court, to be held at tho Court House, In tho
Cllyof Cairo In said Alexander County, ou the third
Monday of January, A. D., ItSO, IihIdb the l'Jlli day
JliilnU November HHh. A. T.. lSVO.
CATHERINE J. FISHER, Executrix.
DMlXIvniATOU S NOTICE.
MTtTK Or WILLIAM KEKUALL, DECEASED.
The undersigned, huvini; beeu appointed admln
iHtrnlorof the eslale of lllliim Keuilull.biteofthu
County of Alexiiuder anil State of lllluuii,
deceased, hereby n vea notice that ho will appear
before the County Court of Alexander County, at
the court house, in Cairo, at the December term, ou
the tli trO Monday lu December next, nt which time
all ik'i'Houe having clalma against said estate are
notllied uml requeHtcd to attend for the purpose of
limine the same aillusted. All nersons lmli'ltii i-
sniil estate are requested to muke immediate pay
ment to the mulersli.'neil.
Jiied tin" Urst iliiv or November. A. P., 18T.
FRANK E. KENDALL, Administrator.
XECL'TOIt a NOTICE.
KKTATK OP llANOItIA NAKON, UKeEASEri.
The uuderi"iieil, hnvliiff beeu tuipointed Exec
utor of the last will ami testament of ltunorin
nhsod, late of the Coiiuly of Alexander, and State of
Illinois, deceased, hereby ulve notice that be will
appear before the County Court of Alexander
County, at the Court House, in Cairo, ai the Decem
ber term, ou tlie;inl .Mommy lu December next,
at which time all tiersons bavlui; clulnis ainilnm
said Estate are notllled and requested to utteud for
ine purpose or uavius tlio same aillusted. All
persons Indebted to suld Estate are requested to
niiiau iinmciiniie navniem to ine uuuersiL'iii'U
Dated thin Wild day of October, A. D.. ism.
RICHARD FITZliEHAI.D, Executor.
MRS. M. A. SAVANDEU,
Winter's blocl..ri.viirr Seventh si reel r.tttl Com
Desire to Inform the citl.riis of Cairo nnd vlcinitv,
that bc has a '
Xow and Large Stock of (Jootls
Which fho wY.) eU si Ai Ti al oiisT,cet.itins of
Hats and Uonnet.
Alu Fit. In'.portcit Hoe.for Ladle sod I'hiir.ren.
Ladies' Furnisliiii: Goods!
A".l the very '.a'e't iK-slcii. Frice eslowaspds
s'.hle and cmWir marked in plain fisrertr. Will nut
be ULiiersoid. C all aud examine. No trouble to
iiow iood Ladies who do not si e what thev
ant will jilcao ak for i'.
3KS. C. MCLEAN,
H;i v.-'.thnt a CouV.
inf. line of
Millinerv and Fancy Goods
!l :hl city, a.ii
to cull aid esaaiice
Prices Will bo'Mado Mtis-lac toi-y.
HTi: -TP.EEr, NEXT DOOR TO sTfART'4
Dl'.Y GOOD HOUSE.
WOOD AND COAL.
l W. WHEELEIi,
Dealer in all kicd of
Cord Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAf. YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington and
TO OHIO LEVEE.
No dirt or dnst by measures beinh' expo-ed to u!r.
Jlilk delivered twice a dur.
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try It and see lor yourselves.
30 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Cash on ilelnwy of tickets',
CAUtO. - - - II.l.INOi.
Q I). WILLIAMSON,
70 Ohio IjOvoo,
Boat Stores and Groceries,
Of all kinds.
Ol'KN NIGHT AND DAY.
Fresh Dairy and tillt Kdtfo Mutter. Oysters and all
kinds of fruit when In senium, on hand ami ilellv
rea promptly at residence free. Oyti m delivered
B U C H U
A Specific Remedy For All
BLADDER & KIDNEYS
For Debility, Loss of Memory, Iudhposltimi to
Exertion or Ibislues. Shor'tues of Breath,
Troubled with Thought of Disease. Dimness ot
Vision, Fain in the Hack, Chest, and Head. Rush of
iiioou to me ueau. rale Couuteiiaure anil I ry Skin.
if these symptom are allowed to on, very
freuuently Eulleotlc Fits aud Consummlon follow.
When the constitution bi'comc affected it require
the aid of an lBvioMtinR medicine to vtreiiKthi-D
niiu loue up me sysiein i.ica
DOES IX EVERY CASE.
By any remedy known. It i precbed
most eminent physician til over the world
Aches and Pains,
General 111 Health.
Female Complaints, etc.
Heailirhf. I'ainlnthe shoulder. Cotifh, Dlzzl
r.is. sour Ntomarh Ernptinns, Hud Taste in t ti
Mouth. Palpitation of the Hi-art, i'uln in the re
(.'ion of the Kidney's, and a thousand other pa.Lful
fynij.toins, lire theutlsprint; of Dyspephl
Invigorates the .Stomie!i,
And stimulate the torpid Liver. Ronei. ami KM
r.eysto healthy action, In ckatislmr the bioml ul
all Impurities, aud Imparting new life and vijror to
the whole system, .
A sIiikIc 'trial will b sufficient to convince the
mostheiiltatlEKOf It valuable remedial quiiliile.
PRICE SI PER BOTTLE
Or Six Bottles for $.".
Delivered to anyadilres free from observation.
"1'atlent" may rniismt by letter, recelvl"X ',
amo attention lisbycailitur.
Competent phvslciau atteud to correspondent.
All letter should bo ddrcsed to.
II. T. HELM BOLD.
Drufffflut and Chemist,
See thatthe private Proprieta
ry Stamp is ou each bottle.
SOID EVI211Y W1IEKK
gSiSSIC OALINE' IISiKi
-THE ELECTJMC CLEAXSEIt.
HAS XO EQUAL FOR UEXERAL HOUSE-CLEAXIXG
PURPOSES, FOR WASHING CLOTHES
FOR THE BATH, ctC, ttC. ' u
For Cleaiiin- Paint, Varnished SurfaccH, Wimlow Olass, Mirror, Culil Fram(
Marble, Pianos, .SiwinMachiiies, Furuiture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Caw s Dioi.z. 't
Cut Glass, Globes, Gas Fixtures; Removes Pitd, ilIul Tar from the Haiuls cr ClotJiir.''
rcailily, &.c, &v.
FOR USE AS A DISINFECTANT ,-1
Anything foiled i,y OIL or GKEAlE.bv Jr'lice or 3'en
eil .AlarkH.or by Iirt ol'any lund.it wiil clean
AV 1 T 11 O U T -S A 1- o li W A T K 11 .
i C'haline CeJii'ANV- 1 hsic ned
claim for It. U certainly superior ,0 o.p us a
' "' ', ",j;r,ul( lul l,,lrj or eliniiKinit
nun ne jib suite anu cnuppeu hand readily.
WILLIAM S. EVERETT. Ill Cottage Grove. Ave .CUkao.
T" T We,T?. AUNE hftVU WU 3"inK lD 0,,r ''' "C'o.!le. an ankle mkUli,0) ,r. ,
in th.s city, and find It one of the mo-l useful things fur family use we have eve, knon orh.a.U of FJf
wushm,.. erubbiBR. clenuin Kl.. a.lver. taking Srease spots out o cIo.b.BR ll.I carpets, etc . we u.it k
it nas no equl. Every family .houlfl have It. The price is ,0 low as tu ,. 1, wbl the reach c.
body.-lhi(,,o,M.,y ,M,lS,9. L. G. CALKINS.
iLS THE ONLY -.hlUR Compound sM i Pulk. and s.ri, Wy for cash. KniDC the public a
ond valuable article ut a low llk-ure competing with stnple sjoo-l like Soap.
The folloulnu testliuonlul. from persons wlih whom many In Cairo and vicinity mare-,,1,,., r , ;. tll
coallne in it. true position Wore the public. It is a good thing, at.d should be generally Jsed
1 have used coallne iu my house. It save, labor and .v,, clolh, . and is InexpcLsh.. I w- .1,' , L.
be without it -Centralis. II!., Anpist ISth. 1ST9. xiiS. J MEs M.FA1L
I find coallne to be all that h claimed for It, and cheerfully recommend It -Centr.llu Ill'ro
MRS. D. OX LEY.
I have wed coallne tori.,,, bcad-lieU, of nipin.s, L. re the dirt Is l.arc md. and Is uM:r 1'. a, t(i
with contentr.ted lye. I found co.line o do tie work fully as well as t..h. wl.he.it il li'r', ,
e fleets.-Centralia. 111., Aut Imh, Kn. C. RILLS, Fore, Faint shrp, I c. R It.'
All leading procer will btxe It, and can r.pp'y .their cum. n.cr. In a kw tj s. It is l m d 1
be, at all time, obtainable, ut
lica.ls i.f Kiiiiiilies v ill Call and (Jtt a Si ini le, Kn e f.- Tiial. at our .Metti
JCAIJUX ILL. )
Addic.-s 1-1 0:) Cliotcau Avciiih-, St. I.
Wu Pi'-irc to call Your attention to Our
PATENT STEAM CYLINDER YALYIy'
WHICH IS NOW COMING INTO GENERAL 1E.
WALTKIfS I'ATINT i:SCAlL OK
NO 3I0RE CYLINDER
I call the nttenliou of proprietors t Steam
a great Raving of fuel is effected. The Valve being closed on the admission of Hteam and
open when exhausting, the engine is not liable; to get out of line, as no water it allowed to
accumulate in the cylinder tho Valve opening or shutting automatically nt each utroke.
The cylinder is kept dry When the engine in not working, uh the Valves are then kept
open by a spiral spring. The Vulva will pny Its price in the Having of fuel iu a very
short time, and will last over ten years.
fctT.State nnd County Rights foi Sale.
Avenue, St. Louis.
OF THE WORLD !
Coallue in uv fr.f.,r. . . ,t .-. .1 1. ....... .. ...
Cesser and ntU more "I nZZZ
fast colors, it cleans the Latulu and let
ea.es the 'kin
Coiiifp Eiflith St.
ami Wa.-liiiien.ii Aw i.up.
'ATM I AT
HEADS IIROKEN OUT.
Engines to the use of this Vulve, bv which
Apply by letter or in person at 140!) ChoteflU