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THE DAILY. CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER . S, 1S70.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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( FFiOIAL VAVT.ll OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Tin; first issue of cx-Lieut.-Gov. John C.
Underwood's new paper, the Intelligencer,
published at Bowling Creen, Ky., is out.
E'.nr.ioU G. Logan and E. Folk Johnson,
both well-known journalists, are on the edi
A bill was introduced in Congress last
year to reduce the rate of letter postage
Ir-r.a three to two cents. It was a good
measure, but the Post Office Department
averted that the reduction would be ruin
r.tioii to the postal revenues. We don't be
lieve it. The contrary lias been proven in
Ungland, where the reduction of pottage
lias been a great stimulus to letter-writing,
with aa appreciable increase of revenue.
If the Government can afford to issue pos
t ti cards and carry them ut less than letter
rate, there is no reason why letter postage
can cot be reduced one cent. A postal card
w.-'-iis as much for transportation as a let
I'.t. After letter postage was reduced to
three cents in 18CJ, the revenue was large
ly increased, although post routes was very
Tin: Chicago Times speaking with
reference to the untair treatment of the
lrHi question by the New York Tribune
,ys: "The treatment of the Irish land
j le-iion and the current agitation. in Ire
land by some of the New York journals is so
intolerant of the one that ignorance of the
itner might be supposed, if it were com
patible with the shrewd suspicion that the
English representatives in this i ounty are
active in the endeavor to control American
-..pression or direct it in the channel most
agreeable to the lieaconstield government.
The paper which claims to be the one
Democratic journal in the metropolis has
i .auifested singular zeal in mis-representing
and belittling the present "movement. Jay
(iould's sneers were to be expected, but the
heavy sarcasm in which his writer has in
dulged is met by a woman of spirit, a sister
of the chief agitator, who writes: "It is not
necessary, in commenting on the action of
a stranger in ft country on the
other 6idc of the Atlantic to
mo libelous expressions. In your
editorial of to-Uay you say that Mr. Charles
Parnell 'smiles significantly' when an occa
sion peasant cries out for shouting landlords.
As his sister, well acquainted with Mr.
Parnell's character and views, end a student
of las speeches, nnd not alone of ntenda
cuius cables from London, 1 denounce your
assertion as an impudent falsehood and
libel." This is direct and pointed. Since
its receipt the Tribune lias curbed its malice
nnd its imagination, and devoted itself more
sedulously than ever to nmrcports of the
New York stin k marker ''
Tn k exodus of the colored people to Kau
nas, from the South, seems likely to be bal
anced by emigration from that state to
Mississippi. The Memphis Avalanche says :
"Several Kansas farmers inised a com and
cotton crop near Columbus, Mississippi, the
past season. Something of a sensation was
created in the neighborhood from the fact
the Kunsains cultivated their crops in the
Northern fashion, 'or what is known as the
-t!.'it" culture. Wh"ii the cotton was fairly
out of the ground it wa harrowed. One
old planter said the cotton w.s ruined.
Bit the secjuel proved the harrowing was
bcnellcial, hh it made the earth very m-l.
low for tint tender roots. Walking cultiva
tors and riding plows followed the harrow
M the season advanced. Tlie people in the
vicinity have carefully watched thu progress
of this new stylo of cultivation, and it is
liolkvo 1 that the Hoiilhern country is on the
ve of a revolution in cotton culture. Dr.M.L.
Duiilap, of Chicago; who visited Mississippi
several years ago, said ho thought tho
level culture of cotton with cultivators, as
prac'.h'od in corn raising, on the Western
prairies, was a better plan than the Southern
plan, and tho results of the work of the
Kansas men have verified his judgment.
Pavid I)ick8.n, of Sparta, Georgia, one of
tho ni( st successful cotton growers in the
South, lias practiced the llat culture, or
Norllurn method, for many veins, His
farm is an upland, thin soil, but he plows
deep ai d raises more cotton from an aero
than the bottom farmers produce. The
Kansas farmers are pleased with Missis
sippi. One of them said tho climate and
soil was the best ho had ever seen. It is a
fine stock und grass grow ing country. A
better corn country than tmv other, and
the corn is of a better quality. Mississippi
is the best State lor oats except JNcw i ork.
Of the climate in Mississippi the Kansas
men say it is not so hot as in more north
ern States. And thus they graphically
sum up: "No insect pests except the boll-
worni; no norse-tlies compared to tlie
North: no (lens; no Hies to trouble stock;
no nets needed for horses; never have seen
a lly yet on a cow when milking her; can
make more oil' 10 acres in Mississippi than
100 elsewhere; no chills; had chills in
Kansas." In short, these men practically
demonstrate that the country is healthy,
the soil fertile, and that there is almost en
tire exemption from insect pests When
the true character of the soil and climate
cf this ction becomes known in the North
there will unquestionably follow a very
large immignilon into Mississippi and
West Tennessee of the best class of farmers.
with rheumatism strongly1 indorse it ns a
remedy. Its inlliieiico uiKin the entire ss
tem is highly bcnellcial, promoting ns it
does the return of sleep nnd appetite, and
the neciiiisition ot llesh and strength. A
silent reproof of the folly of nauseous
drug medication is conveyed in tho suc
cess of this pleasant and effective botanical
JOTICE OK AIMl'ST.VENT.
htwc of sAii i:i. eisniat. dkceahku.
All pm-ciim htiviiii; claims ailnsl the entitle of
Samuel Fisher, (ieeuwed. are hereby mitlllnl iiini
reiueateil to attend and present such claims to the
County Court of Alexander County, Illinois, fur lint
purpose of Itavlnt; the same adjusted at a'terni of
satu court. 'to lie held at tlie Court House, In the
City of Cairo In said Alexander Count v, on the third
.Monday of January, A. 1)., lssO, belnir the lt'th day
Hated November Kith. A. 1).. 1s;tt.
CATIlKlfl.NK .1. FISIIKH. Executrix.
Wk cur the following review ot the
President's message from the columns of
the St. Louis Republican of yesterday. It
contains the pith of the uiessag, and we be
lieve it will prove more satisfactory to the
readers of Thk lin.i.i.TiN than would a
publication of the message ia full:
President Hayes' annual mc.-sage to con
gress is printed in full in the columns of
tlie Republican thi morning, together
with the whole text of the report of the
secretary of the treasury.
The president congratulates congress on
the resumption of specie payments and the
resulting revival of business throughout
the country. The balance of trade to the
credit sule of the United States up to the
middle of last month was nearly sixty mil
lions.. Uy legislation it is thought
eleven millions annually can now be saved
in the way of reduction of the interot on
the public debt. Mr. Hayes urges that con
giess refrain from new legislation on the
subject of establishing a permanent system
for equalizing gold and silver in the mar
kets of the world, in view of expected unite
of action between this nnd other nations.
An important recommendation is that the
coinage of silver dollars under the present
ratio be suspended, and the message further
recommends the retirement of United Sla'es i
legal-tender notes,be)ieving their i.-suc to be
unconstitutional, except in extreme emer
gency. The president is in favor of main
taining existing laws to accumulate a sinking-fund
to extinguish the public debt
within a limited period, and places stress
upon the levy of a duty upon tea and c.f- I oMuii.ed for mechanical devices, medical or other
tee. 1 lie aitove embraces about sill Mr-
Hayes has to say on the subject of finan
ces. The next topic treated of in the message
is the enforcement of the law of congress
prohibiting polygamy in Utah, and the
president urges the most stringent measures
ibr the ticcomplishmentof this object.
A paragraph is devoted to invokint; con
gress to provide for "universal security ! reference in a:ront
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T'iitents and Attor
K-TATK OK TIMOTHY COAKIXV, 1IKI KASKI).
rite iimlersljiiied, linvlns.' be. n appointed udnilnii-t
tialor ol'll.e estate ol Tlmollty Coakley, mu f i.
County ofAlexander and Stateol Illinois, ilecvased-
liereliy ulves notice lltat he will appear before lite
County Court ofAlexander County, ut the Court
(louse, In Cairo, ut the January term, on the third
.Monday in January next, si uhlch tune all person"
ltavlutjcliilnis ai;alnst said estate inn notliied nnd
p tiuesied to attend for the purpose of haviiiif the
samo adjusted. All persons Indebted to said i-sli.te
are requested to utako immediate, payment to the
Hated this 17th dav of November. A. I., 1ST''.
lilCU.Wil) FlTtiKHA 1.1). Administrator, v
IM IX I STltAT i IfS NOTICE
kmtatk oi' n.irros iMzi enooD, ijki k .-kii.
The iindi-islfrneil huvini; been appointed adminis
trator of the estate of Clifton Ilazlewood. lale of
the County of Alexander anil State of Illinois, de
censed, hereby jrjvoa notice that ho will appear be
fore the County Court of Alexander County, at the
Court House, in Cairo, at the Jauuurv term, on the
third .Alouday In January next, at which time all
persons havitiK claims HL'aiust said eslnie are noil-
not and requested to attend, tor the purl. ose of hav
ing the same ndjusted. All persona 1Hrlited to
said estate are requested lo make immediate pay
ment to tlie timlc rsiinicd.
I hited this .'ltd day of November. A. H., K'l.
MILES CM i:i.K. Administrator.
gtiriilFF S SALE.
Uy vi-tue ot an ex -ettt i o. to me directed, by the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexander Couie'y. in
the state of Illinois, in favor of James Hell nu.f Wil
liam I'. Ilailiilay. ami airainsl Cairo liox end IJasket
Company. I have levied upon the following ile
scribed property, to-w it: Lots one to eiht. both
inclusive, in block numbered one, I .and lots om- to
ei.-ht, both uicln-ive. iu block unrulier. d riyht . s
Hi the lift Is addition to tiV city of Cairo. Alexander
County. Illinois, he Indium Jj.'ense and permission
to use and erect and maintain biilldiuys, etc.. on the
levee slope in IrolM ()!' Sllid lot-, us speeil'ed ill deed
from Taylor A l':.r-oii-. trustee. etc., dated March
Sist. isri. lotrether with all and sinjiilnr. tlie iu:!!
boiler house, dry kiln, o'lice. sheds and buildin.-s.
on said lo' s ami premises, initiated tn-fili.-r with all
and singular, the appurtenances, fixtures, boilers,
enetstes. s;ih mill, slnftin.". beltiuc-. ptiliies and
other machinery. saws, tool- and machines ofev.-rv
kitel and clesei iption whats .ever, appcrtaii.iinf. be
l'n'in' to. or in any wav rnustiiutiL'.' part and par
cel of. or u-cd in. what is known as the Cairo liox
and lla-ket Company Facton : w hich 1 shall oiler at
public enducAn the pri'tni-e-. as abo. described,
;n the tilth adiiiliou to the ci:v of Cairo, eouiitv of
!c.aneer anil Slate ot Illinois, on the i
llee.-ml.er. 1 ;:i. at Id o'clock, a.m.
I'ate.l this, L'aiio. llimois, ;''.'. I ilav of Nmei-iber.
a 0.. :::). '
Ji'lIN l!(.!ii.Ks. sl.'tr.
B U C H U
A Sjit'eili(' Remetly For All
D I sSlASKS
For Debility. Loss of Memory. I::ilis;.,-i.iji.n, -o
hxertion or ltusines sim,;,,.,..
Troubled with Thounhts ,.r Disease. DitsiLess i
) slen, 1'niu in the Back. Ch.-t. f.nd Head. JCish of
in "in to tnc iieitd. j'u:,. countenance and Dry Skin.
If these svmiitoms ore altouerl t .......
fs..,,.,.. .,.i.. l-..i i ,. - '
,,, i..ieiiuc r ii un.i l otipiinipttiii. lollovv.
w ben the constitution becomes artccN d it requires
the aid of an inviforatiutr ni.-dicii.e to s'r.'i -..). n
and tone up tin-s. stem-which .
I'HKS IX EVI-RY CAK.
EIGHTH WONDER OF THE WOULD-!"
COALINK i ri
O V I N K !
THE ELEOTJilC CLEANSEII. -
HAS NO KgUAL FOU .(.KXKRAL HOUaSK.CLKAM(J
PUlil'OSKS, FOR WASHING CLOTHES
FOR THE RATH, kC, ovC.
For Cleaning Pt.inf, Varnished Surfaces Window Class Mirrors, Cold I'.-.-es,
Marble, Pianos. Sewing Machines, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Cases. Rn ryes-'
Cut tJlass, CIoIk-s. .:a Fixtures: lb-move- Pitch and Tar fr. jr. the Hands . r ( :i i, J
readily, Ac, Ac
FOR FSK AS A DISINFECTANT LcVi.
AnytliiiiLroiJedbv OH. or G li lOASK.l-v l'U
'il Mni-ks.or by Din ofMiiy Jdncl.
AV I Til OUT SO A P OK
it will rU-ru.
cj.e , for :t
r.e.n la' ir.es
-olt. i; .,-
.m. c.Musn '. re- si i li-. u , ()f.;.,.t. iI: .,. .-. . -
-I: r, rt.i.n y s;.i .. r.o: to .oaj. :ss (l , , ,. ;;
'' :i tue t-viur -or.. har.u'iLc fa
' !.. r. s ml i .'ihto,. (l ,.n.'
I f-l.'I It a.'i the A::.i:'H.i,
uu..-:i iral It i
It rieinjd tie h;i:.e ale 1 ii'.e- lh
l!y any remedy known I
most eminent physicians all over ;l
" taad r.-adi).-. l!..-sii,.ctf iV.v v.i.r.
WILLIAM s KVEI!r.TT.lUCotfa-(.,.,-Av .. L:,,
U l'stkiis O..M..NKCoWe have U, .t-lnc iu e:.r f.n.ily "Ce.line. ' ,, ,., f" ,
- ul,! f ud It oU- of Hie Ji-ost Itufal tail. for f:tt,:H-1... .. . - ".
, - ......j f.o.o. u or r.i hi u oi
"i;u'r' -' ' !'.-!- on: ol (r.t:..,,e ... , .,.
iy .:: Love It. Tie price j, ;,, . , .,ri, j, v. .,, ,,. r, urii (j, (
"' :,: ,:" ' ''! "::! fot a-!i. Kiv't.- the j ii.::, t
Uli.e'.j,.- wi'h s'i.j :. .'on like Soi.ji.
P- r-en- :-,h w k. m many :i, ( air.. a;,d vin,,itv . ,,,.!;j.. ,. ..
vi-Li: -( rtib'ilt;.-.
'..-.-1 i,u He. m.. .,.
it-l 'i 11 E ONLY v.',.-
i :..'. v..;:.'.:.- nri'-W at ii !o. :
llil.C It Urn tt'.le po-i
J hve I.., ,1
PATENT, NO RAY.
P A T E
S T S
compounds, oroamentnl designs, trmie marks ar.d I
laoeis. caveats. Asi4nnieiM', Int.-rfeiviices. In
Irint'cments. and all matter- reialini; to Patents,
promptly attended to W e make prelltnina y ex
aminations and furiifsh opinions as to nioentabili.
ty. free of eliar.'e, and a. I w ho are Interested In new !
inventions and 1'ateiits are Invii. d to send for a '
copy of our "(Oiide for obtumlfL' patents.-' which !
is ent free to any adddress. and contains complete
instructions how to obtain Patents und other valu
able matter. During the pus- live years we have !
obtained nearly three thousand Laiints for Anieri- i
can and Foreicu inventors, and can give satisfaetorv i
rvcouMe I;, the l iiioii
and freedom in the exercise of the electee I vT l '
t . w. .... c in i.rto, j.i i.'io I) llU.ii'
franchise. This is aimed, no doubt, at
allegad violations of voting rights in the
A considerable portion of the message is
devoted to civil-sendee lelorm, and the re
marks and suggestions will appear some
what singular to readers who have observed
the cour: of the administration in there
cent eleet'ons us, for example, the appear
ance of Mr. Haye,' own cabinet officers
upon the hustings, and the fact of the as
sessment ol employ:.- for political purposes.
The president's review of the condition
of our relations with foreign powers is, for
the nuTt part, unimportant and common
place, the chief points of interest being the
assent of the government to. the landing of
a new French ocean cable, and the indorse
ment of the inter-oceunic canal by tin-
Nicaragua route between this country ami
Iu the references to the reports of the
several heads of departments, the president
alludes in favorable terms to the progress
made by Cap'.. ids in the jetty improve
ments. Relative to the strain upon the supreme
court, its business being far in arrears, Mr.
Hayes adopts the suggestion of the attorney-general
lor "the appointment of addi
tional circuit judges and the creation of an
intermediate court of errors and appeals,-'
hinting at an increase to the number of ten.
The deficiency in the postal department
for the fiscal year ending June JM, ltjSl, is
estimated to be $7.71 (),!)00. The postmaster-general
recommends increased compen
sation to railway and steamship lines to
better the service and the speed of trans
Tho message takes a roseate view of the
situation with regard to the Indian tribes,
notwithstanding tho Ules outbreak and the
distuibance at the Mescalero agency.
Secretary Schur.' policy, which is, in fact
the Qiihker policy ot Orant's administra
tion, is fully indorse I and commended. Mr.
Hayes would evidently encourage a disrup
tion of tribal relations and the parcelling
out of the lauds in tho Indian territory to
be held by individual titles.
The subjects of agriculture and educa
tion, the Washington monument and the
affairs of the District of Columbia arc
treated in ti e same perlunctory nnd clerk
ly manner that characterizes the other
portions of the message. The whole docu
ment is nearly or quite ministerial, ami is
not marked by anything of a really states
Aches aii'l Pain.
Kidney Diseases '
Liver Ccjjn plaint.
General 111 Health.
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t!'et-.- Cei.-raVa. I.i , A:
Ml i-.e'tO (;. ( rs v.
be. .; aU i :;. . oVii. !..-,.. ...
tt.e public. It is n .'"ud hii .-, :,r. 1 -l" :'A b- p u, rally
it lev hot -. It m
a. !::., A'i. i-t Js-li, j
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1 ''y r- nii.e i.d it - C. ntralii. 1:1. r -
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1.. if k and is timi-.i'v (V ..
iis ,.! . withe-it l-s ; I.;,... ,
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H....1. .i r,Miiili. s win en a)1,i ,,u .. s.0,,,.1... r1(,- ,-, in,,!. ,t om- Sum
Ui.j1i.-j- Kiglitli Sf.
rtiu! aliii!2tojj Avei.:. .
( YMM'K.K VAI.VK.
id ,m, a vi:.n. or $' to
lay iu vour own local It v
risk Women do us well
men. Many make mor-
than tie- amount. Oatcd
above. No one can fall to
make money r.st. Any one can do the work. You
c-iii iiiiike li otn Vi- to $ an hour by devotin your
eveninns ar.d si.are time to the business. It eu-ts
no:hinir lo try the hulues. Nothing like it for' ., . , , .
luoti,.- maiiitiffeveroti. red before. Hi: sines pleas Slllllil I I lv;l
art and -trlctly honorable, lieuder. If vou van! to 1 l'111'1 'il(lt
know ail about the best pnyimr ,-,is:rie-s before tin- i
j , s tiu u o.ii oi, Ut'ss .oil we Wlliseioi Vou I ' ii.ui .1,
iu:i imriicuiurs ana private terms tree; sampe s
wortii ."i ulso free; you can then mt.k'; up vour
misel forvour-elf. Address e-LOLliE STlNsCiN
.t CO. I'onlar.d, Maine.
Thk i-jt wavtdciikkr ui, if you area
despondent invalid, is to grow stronger
This yon can do if you will ttiko a piet.cof
advice which has the weight of high med
ical authority to back it. That is to use the
standard invigorant, Hostel tur'a Stomach
Bitters specially commended and endorsed
by physieiaim. Among the bodily troubles
which it overcomes are dyspepsia, irregu
larity of the bowels, liver'c.omplaiut, gen
eral debility and nervous complaints. It is
also found very useful in counteracting a
tendency to weakness or disorder of the
kidneys and bladder, and persona troubled
Female Complaints etc.
i uy.) ci
"H'Mll AVI Ltlr
Pain in th shoulders, C'o-.iL'h. D'zi-
! cs. sour Moneich Kr iption-. Lad Ta-:-- iu tl...
M.Hiih. I'i,;pit;.:imi ol the Hear:. Pain in the re-
:ion ot tne Muncy s, and a thoi:atid .el.- r puii '. i)
) fcptoms. .ire the oasprinns of J)j.-j...jii.
2- iHEDl HOLD'S lilTIIU
WOOD AND COAL.
Ib-aler In all kinds of
Cord Wood, tftove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YAUI):
Tenth Street, Let ween Wusliington und
70 OHIO LKVKK.
No dirt or dnt by measarns helnK evposed lo air,
Milk delivered Iwlce a da.r,
SEALED IN PINT DOTTLES.
Try It und see lor yourselves.
SO PINT TICKKTS ONK DOLLAR!
Cash ou delivery tif tickets,
C'AIUQ. . ILLINOIS.
Invigorates the Stomach,
And stlniii!i.tes the torpid Liver. How e, m.d KM
lieys to healthy action. In clcansine; :he bloou ol
all Impurities, and Imparting uew iif.j ur.d i,-or to
the whole sjstem,
A sIiikIii trial will be snfiiclent to convince, tl-f
most he.ltatliic; ol Its valuable remedial (i'jalitiis.
D'il'C to call fnr :1t-i.t i.m tn Mm.
"lATKNT STL AM ( VLINDKI! VALVK-'
which i now ( (m:m; intooknkral uk.
PBICK81 PER BOTTLE
Or Six Ilottles for S5.
Delivered to any address free from obs- rva'lon
"1'atlentH" may eonsnlt. by letter, leci-ivn,
same attention us by rallltiir.
Competent physicians attend to corrcsporiknts
All letti-rs shonld be sddressed to.
H. T. II ELM HOLD.
Di uggist und Cliciuist,
Seethattho private Proprieta
ry Stamp is on each bottle.
AYAIFKirS fatf;nt kscaj;u m
HiCi;u;p: va lve
yon s'jam: cylin:dus.
NO MOKE CYLINDER HEADS I Mi OK EX OFT.
I r-all tie- atlenUon of proprietors of Stenm Kngines to the ,,se of H.is Vm.- ),v v,hi,l,
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The cylinder kVn, d v 17 t T"" Ws,,,,t(5,' y ouch sttoke.
kept dry when the engi,,,. is ot ,vnl.kin as y ,
o n by spiral spring. The Valve will pay its pw,e in he s.lv; - V ' '
Wt time, and will last over ten yen,, ' " " lttv m " W7
NrState iu,d County Rights for Sale. Apply by ,,
fvveuip, st. Louis,
"I J e!or, at MOo Clotilitl