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OFFICIAL PAPER l)Y ALEXANDER COCKTY.
Thk woistieature of our boasted liberty
of the press always makes itself prominent
.it election times. Electioneering Blunders
form too frequently the stock in trade of the
partisan editor. It were well if a little
wholesome libel law could be administered
in this country as well us in England.
The government was very much sur
prised a week Or two ago upon sending out
circulars for proposals for a largo amount
of iron work for ths War, State and Navy
department building at Washington, to
learn that the majority of firms addressed
had so many private orders on hand that
they could not furnish the material desired
within the specified time.
'They order these things better in
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T .... 1 ! .t,... tli.l tirrttun-
uon oi UiUie-niui Ks it uues xuucuu aix-m u
if the law was enforced more nearly in tlio
interests of business than is the ense in
this country. A firm in Ais la Chnpclle
sunt a consignment of black cloths to M.
Crolus, an exporter doing business in Paris.
The cloths were marked 4,E. C. & Co.,
. Draps do Sedan, (France.)" Twenty Se
dan cloth manufacturers brought suit, and
by the judgment of the court Croslus has
be.;n condemned to pay a fine of five hun
dred francs and one tholsand francs dam
ages, aud moreover to advertise tho judg
ment in ten German and ten French news
papers, at a cost not exceeding four thous
.. . -i . l. !i .1
Coxcrlssman FflYE, ot Maine, is respon
sible for starting the story afresh that dur
'ng the clcctorial excitement of 1877, Henry
Watterson called oue night at tho White
"The president received him graciously,
'"Are you Henry Watterson?'
" '1 am,' was the response.
"'The t'ditor of The Courier-Journal?'
" 'Yes, sir, and a member of Congress,'
" 'And an? you the same Congressman
Watterson that, in a public meeting h eld
in Washington, said that you could have
one hundred thousand men here to inaug
"'Ves, sir,' replied Watterson, with a
good deal of bashl'iilness.
"'Well,' said Grant. "Mr. Watterson,
had you brought these men here I could
, have taken care of every one of them. My
arrangements, I assure you, were complete.
I ouldhive accommodated thnm all.'"
The great charm of this story lies in the
fact that there probably isn't a word of
truth in it.
Tiif. emigration to Liberia by negroes
from the southern states lias ended, as was
inevitiible that it should, in hunger, dis
case, and death for tho misguided enthusi
asts who pictured iho African republic as
the latter-day land of promise. It was a
cruel and a swindling scheme by which tho
Lilicriun lever was worked ui) among the
Carolina negroes, in nomo cases by their
own prcnehern, in tho pay ol a dozen
heartless wretches who saw a fortune in tho
1raiu)Kirta!ion of titli of tho negroes as
hud means to make their way to tli land
flowing viui milk and honey. No warning
availed. The Azov carriwl out its full load
la tho spring of 137$ U70 passengers in
nil aud famine and the ngue have eaten
them up. Tho provisions they had pnld
for were not furnished; Monrovia, where
IhImw is rewarded with a shilling a day, was
not ini-parcd to care for them. They died
like sheep of the rot. Of tho original
emigrants a few, brought back by the kind
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY ' -MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1S79.
swrifico of friends, arrived in Now York
tho other day. Tho rest, almost to a man,
liavo polished. It is tho outcome which
The Times predicted.
Washington, Nov. 34, 1871).
Except that yesterday was too cold for
out-door exercises, tho celebration of 'the
Army of tho Cumberland was a grand suc
cess. Tho number of persons present was
as great as was expected. The statue to Gen
eral Thomas is considered as a work of art
tho best of its kind in tho city, and the ut
most good leeling prevailed everywhere
during both days.
Tho revived report that Gen. Grant would
ba a member of the Nicaragua Canal Com
pany, aud would be its president, is be
lieved by nearly everybody here. With it
comes a rumor of enormous subscriptions of
As it now seems to be conceded that Itcp-
resentative Garfield will soon become Sena
tor Garfield, it may be of interest to busi
ness men throughout the country to know
that whUo he favovs a protective tariff, he is
conservative on the subject. He will oppose
any violent changes in tho law as it stands,
believing that the interests of business men
depend in a greater degree upon the sta
bility of a system than on the system itself.
Some seventy negroes passed through
this city yesterday on their way to Indiana.
Of the party some fifty were adult males.
Dispatches were received in this city this
morning stating positively that Courtney
would not meet Harlan in this city on thn
9th of December, us previously agreed
This city is to be added to the list of
fortunate ones to which gas will hereafter
bo furnished at reasonable rates.
The only liviug ex-governor who w'as
not appealed to to go to Augusta the
other day, to reason with the present gov
ernor, on the subject of making a return
ing board of himself and his council, lives
in Washington. I have interviewed him
on the subject for the benefit of your read
ers. He says that, though he believes
there is a Republican precedent for what
the Democratic governor is now charged
with intending to do, the precedent lias al
ways been considered a bad one and he
hopes it will not bo followed. This ex
governor is himself a Democrat.
Congress will be asked to act, in what
manner it is not stated, early in tee com
ing season, on the subject of an "Interna
tional Park" at Niagara Falls. The tie
sign, which is not a new one, is to make
-... ..,. tiiiM.- suimunui,,.,, r,,,.,.,,,,,.
tree to all visitors, and to make Midi
changes in the vicinity .as will add to its
attractions. It is said no appropriation
will be asked from Congress.
Hi'MuuiiiKi) aoais. I saw bo much said
about the merits of Hop Bitters, and my
wife who was always doctoring, ami never
well, teased me so urgently to get her some,
I concluded to be humbugged again; and 1
am glad I did, for in less than two months
use of the Bitters my wife was cured and
she has remained so for eighteen months
since. 1 like such liiimbuguing.-H. T
St. Paul. Pioneer Press.
Prom Christian Union. Anoint is; V.
EvF.it sixth Dr. Win. M. Giles, of KM
West Broadway, N. Y., extended a frank
invitation to owners of lame horses to bring
their equine properly round to his place of
business' for free treatment, the corner ol
White street and West Broadway has come
to resemble a horse fair. Tho Doctor's hold
defiance, which, is thus thrust upon the
curious attention of his neighbors, is based
on his earnest belief in his Iodide Am
monia Liniment, which is now preferred to
all others by the chief stock raisers and
sporting men of this country.
A valuable horse of the writer's was
kicked on the hock. Swelling and lame
ness ensued, rendering the animal nearly
worthless. Ve were advised to try Giles'
Liniment, anJ are gratified to say it acted
like a charm. About two inches of bone
came away, the sore healed up, and the
lameness -and swelling are fast disappearing.
Henry Ward Beecher, Lyman Abbott, Edi
tors. Giles' Pills cures" Dyspepsia. Sold
by Barclay Bros.
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All puMun uavhiK claim aaaliiKt llm calutu of
Suuiuul I'iKher, ileceiiel, are hereby notified ami
requeiMea to attend and present niu'lt i claim to the
County t'ourt of Alexander County, lllinoln. for the
purpoKOof havlni the ainu adjusted a I a term ol
iiilil Court, to beTield at the Court Honae. in tho
'Itv of ('alio In auld Alexander County, on the third
Monday of January, A. 1)., lt0, 'ieln the Mil day
lbj')uted November Kith, A,. 1HVII.
CATIlklilNE K1SIIEK. Exoeutily.
M I K I ST It A TO M B NOTICE.
KKT.iTROP VI l.t 1AM KKNIIAIX, DKcUAHEl).
The uuderaluned, bavins been appointed admin
iKlrnlur of the ealuto of William Kendall, late of the
County of Alexander and tstate of Ulluol.
deceased, hereby jlv notice that ho will appear
before inn County Court or Alexander County, at
the court bonne, in Cairo, at the December term, on
the third Monday In December next, at which time
all pernons luivinK claim against taid catuto are
notlned ami requeued to attend for the purpow ol
bavlnu the same adjimled. All perKons Indebted to
uld estate are requested to niudo immediate pay
ment to the underKlgucri.
Dated lain First day of November. A. D Ihrit.
l-'KANK E. KENDALL, AdmlnlMtrator.
KKTATKOP I1AN0R1A NAMIN, liECKAaFU.
Tho undeiiil''ued, havlUK been appointed Exec
utor of the last will and testament of ijanoila
Nason, late of tile Cotintv of Alexander, and State ol
Illinois, deceased, hereby j;lve notice thar he will
appear before the County Court of Alexander
County, at theCourt House. In Cairo, at the Decem
ber term, ou thoilnl Monday In December next,
at which time all person bavins claim nuiiinst
aid Estate are untitled aud requested to attend for
thu purpose of haviui; the sumo adjusted. All
persons indebted to said Estate are requested te
make Immediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this ''nd day of October, A. 1)., IHVft.
lilCll.Utl) FlTZUKH.W.n. E.x.M iii.ir.
DMINISTIiATOH S NOTICE.
KSTATEOP TIMOTHY C0AKI.KV, Ill.TKASKU.
The undersigned, huviii(.'bo. n apt onted udmlnisi
Iralor of the estate of Timothy CotKley. late of I he
County of Alexander and S talent Illinois, deceased
hereby give notice that he will appear before the
County Court of Alexander County, at tho Court
House, in Cairo, at I he January term, on tho third
Monday in January next, at which time all persons
havlnuclalms acafusl said estate are notliied and
requested to attend for the purpose of bavins the
same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this i;tb dav of November. A. 1).. IST'.i.
KICIIAIil) F1TUKHA1.D. Administrator.
DM IN ISTHATOR'S NOTICE.
KSTATK OK CHITON UA.I.KWOOI), IlKCK.isClt.
The undersigned hnvliip been appointed adminis
trator of the estate of Clifton Ila.lewond. late of
the County of Alt :auder and htate of Illiuois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear be
fore the Comity' Court of Alexander Conn:', at the
Court House, in Cairo, at the January term, on the
third Monday in January next, at which time all
persons having claims B;':iii)l said estate are r.oti
lled and requested to attend, for the purpose of hav
ing the fame adjusted. All pr-ons indebted to
said estate are requested to make Immediate pay
ment to t lie undersigned.
Dated this -Jind d:tv of November. A. 1)'.. IST'l.
Ilv virtue ol an evecntion to t.ie directed, bv the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Ali san.'.er I'ouu'y. in
the State of Illinois, in favor of James Ileil aiid'Wll
llam P. Hulliday. and against Cairo Box and Ilnskct
Company 1 have levied upon the fc'.owiiw de
scribed "property, to-wlt: Lots one tn eleht, both
Inrliishe. iu block nilinbered one.l i. and lo's one to
eight, both inclusive, iu block uumbeivd eight im.
In the lll'th udditiou to the city of Cairo. Alexander
County, Illinois, Including Iiccum; and permit Ion
to tte and erect and maiulaiw building, etc.. on the
levee slope In front ul bald bus, as specified In deed
from Taylor .V Parsons, trustees, etc., dated March
il-t, is;i, together with all aud singular. th mill
boiler bouse, drv kiln, otllee, flu-ds and huildiiigs.
on said lo's and premises, situated together with all
and singular, the appurtenances, fixtures, boilers,
engines." saw mill, shafting, beltings. jiuiUc and
other machinery. saw, tools ard iiiu litiici- 'it every
kind and description whatsoever, upiieitaii.ii.g. be
longing to, or in any way constltuiiug p;irt aud par
cel ol. nr used iu, wliat U knouu as the c uiio liux
and llaskei Conipatiy Factory: which I shs.il ofl'.-r t
pMbllcM'iiilue. on the premit'es. as above i!ccrilied.
In the tifth addition to the city of Ctaro. i nuiay of
Alexander and State of llllnoN. on the g-M uuj- ,.i
December, ls'itl. at 10 o'clock, a.m.
Dated this, Cairo, l!)!n'd. '.'d day of .-
.juji.n . .siierilY.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANX
W. P. HAU.inAY.Pres'.dt.
11. 1. HA I.LI DAY, Vice-I'rw!(i,t.
J. II. SMITH, A':ilug Ca-h!..T.
S. STAAT TAVLOlt. W. P. fAI.LlPAY.
1IKX11V t.. UAtillHV, ll. 11. CUNNINGHAM,
i. 1). WILLIAMSON, SltiHtN t.llj,
11. H. CAMll.n.
KxrliiUiffi', Coin and United States Iltiiuls
BOUGHT AND fcOI-D.
Dop.isitsreceiveii and tt ceueral bf.i:i,irg liter,.,,
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NO PATENT, .NO FAY.
P A T E I T S
obtained for mochnnlcal device, medical or other
comnuuiU, ornamental designs, triide-mark and
lnbjis. Caveat. Assignments, Interference Iu
friugement. and all matter relatitnr to Patent
promptly attended to. We make prellmliui.y ex
amination aud furnish opinion o to patentabili
ty, free of charge, and ail who are Interested In new
Invention and Patent are Invited to eml for a
copy of our "Otilde for ohtainlitu
1 sent free to any adddreKs, and cotitnlii rotnnlete J
liiKtructloii how to obtain Palcnt Hnd other vaiu-1
ante mauer. juringmu pas- live year we have
obtained nearly three thousand Patent, for Ainerl.
ran and Fnrelguinu ulor, and inn Kiveautlafiietorv
reference In almost every rounty li the Cnlnn '
Addres: Lol'lS VAfiOKK & CO., Sollcllnr of
Patent and Atlomey at Luw, Lu Droit Ilulldlng
Washlngtuu. D. C
TOjiiKWA YEA It. or 11 to
M a day In vour own v,...,n,..
Norlsli VV, itnen don well
a men. Many tnakn
than the ainonni stated
iidovo. .mi one i:,m lull to
make money fust. Anv one can do the work Yon
can make from TjOc to $J an hour by devoiltig vour
eveiilngK and spurn time to the Imslnes, It cost
nothing to try the buslnes. Nothing )t f(ir
money making everollVred before, HtisUe ulens
a:.: and strictly honorable. Meatier, ll yu want to
know all about the best, paying husln. hs before thu
public, send u your tddres and we will sei.j Von
h.!l partle.nlar ami private term frecj minnii,,.
wnnh S5 alKolre; yon can then wnke no vons
mltnl lor vourself, AdrtreM UEOhitP. STINhiiv
t:o. Portland. Maine. n i.moN
H. T. '
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"Path tit" may consult hy letter, recelviUR the
lame attention a by culling,
Competent phvaiclaim attend to corrispoiiiimt.
All letter ihould be eddressed to.
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-THE ELECTJUC CLEANSEK.
HAS NO -EQUAL FOR UENERA HOUSlvCLEANINCJ
PURPOSES, FOR WASHING CLOTHES,
FOR THE RATH, A-C, AC.
For Clffiuiny Taint, VnrnitheJ Surfaces, Window Glass, Mirrors, Gold l'i :;(.,
Mnrblt?, rinnor,Scwi'ne;3Iacliincs, Furniture, Oil Clotlis,-gilwr Wnrt', Show Curos. llronzes,
Cut Glass, G!olt, Gas Fixtures; Hcninvcs Pitch und Tar lrtuii the Ilniiils or Clclhint;
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FOR FSE AS A DISINFECTANT ''K.fn?',,
Anytliinti Soiled bv OIL or QHIiAKE.bv I'lio or Pen
oil Markn'tor by Uirt oi'miy.iiitl, it will c-lcan
AV 1 T 11 O U T S C) A I 0 1 1 Ar A. T 1 11 .
T.i Wr'.u;. Coaum CO.M-AM- 1 have itsed Coallne in lay fnti.ily r.t.d fi.d ii ail the Xu. :;.'. lure:
cli'.i.i for it. it is r, raiuly superior to soup a aelean.-er and iliicIi more economical. It remove diit
rotn fab:1': w'.tbo'U iujuriu; the texttira or changing fast colors. It cleans the bauds and leaves the sliiii
o;'t. .': :','() !;.. ais tores and chapped Land readily. Respectfully yours,
WILLIAMS KVEP.KTMUCotta-. (.ruve AvcChi-,.
To iai: Wektmis Coauhk Co We have been asing In our family 'Coallne." au aiti 1c ir.nau.'detcred
in tl:it city, tnd tnd it one of the most useful things, for family use wc have ever kuo-A n or heard o.r. l or
WBfhliig. ..rubbir.g. cieaning glass, silver, taking grease sjiots out of clothing ami carpi ts, eir . we tfcxk
una! aoeiji bi. i.verv lamisy unotiia nave It. 'JLe
le.Hiy. c niCH'.'o. .'lay n, lJ. 1. i. CAI.KIN.
tiTIS THE (XLV Washing. Compound sold in I'.uik. and t-UiiHr, for i ash. giving the pi.'.ii a i.sw
r.i'.U vi.V.tablv article at a low figure competing with ataple giwids like c,ap.
The loiiu'Aing testimonial from persons with v.aoui many int'Mro aud U iulty are aiquniLti d. ;a
ca'.iue in !. true position before the public. II Is a good thing, and should be generally used :
Ihovev.std coaiine in my house. It save label and saves cinthi e. end Is inexpensive. I ii.uldi.ot
be without It Ctntialia. III., August ISth. 1HT9. Mits. JAMKS Mi FAIL
I nd coallne to be all that i claimed for it. and rheerfitlly reccmmciid it -Cenlrali, Il!inoi,
A.:g-.f. lfb.l.l JIMS. D. OXLEY. '
I laveiifed co:i;,e to clean heed-Iiglt of engines, where the dirt is l.aicmcd. and Is usually '.. tn d
with concentrated lye. I fuwnd coalinc o do tl.e voikfuii.v as well a potath. without its Iii.'nrii c
iffecf.-CeLtralla, lib. Aitgtist l"th, lst'.i. c, BILLS', Foreman Paint shop, I ( . !!. ):.
A',', leid'ijg groc.r ui;: tao it, rnd ran n:pj.:y their cost(.n.er In frw ds. It is nv, n.dnii
be. st all t:c:e. ohtnitabie at
General j jt'iitis.
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.Atldi-i- 1-4 Of. CLolr
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I c:;!l t)v ut:e:,;i.iti -r pn I'lidc-rs trf Stctim Kngines U thn use f thin Valve, hy which
ft grtf.t xivins; cf fuel i i lllrted. The Valve being closed on tho iu1mis'vin f steam and
open '.Then t xhattstinir. tl.e cnuiiie is not HuVlu to get out of line, as no water is allowed to
necvijnr.late in tho eyliiid, r- the Valve opening or shutting automatically at each stroke.
The cylinder i kept dry when the engine is not working, ns the VuIvcb are then kept
nptn I 'j- a sv''"'il spring. The Valv.-t will pay iu price in the saving of fn,. in m ery
hort time, and will Inst over ten years.
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