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OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
New York, Dec. 2d,lS79.
From Our Regular Correspondent
Thump! thump! thump! Who knocks
the three blows? It is December announc
ing itself. Attention, therefore, the pre
lude begins. The curtain rises ami dis
plays New York to us, already dressed for
its winter season. All the gas- lights have
been lighted in front of the theatres. All
the world has returned, and all the world is
hurrying along the streets with a busy air!
The Broadways have regained their liveliest
physiognomy, and New York leels an iu
tense desire to protest against the dullness
nf the atmostphcrc. If summer is the
'poch of incubation for the men and wo
men who are our rulers of fashions, the
autumn is the season in which they send
11 thfir trial balloons. The question now is
t ) know what will or what will not take
among all the new inventions that are des
tined to tempt us, for Christmas and
New Year's Day are coming with their
forced cortego of exchanges of gracious
a;ts. "What a number of tempta
tions of all kinds there arc
in the store windows 1 We go
out with a project in our minds, and we
know not whether we will accomplish
it or when we will return to our homes.
Rambling is certainly one of the most de
lightful pleasures in New York. Merch
ants strive with ingenuity and coquetry to
attract and retain the innoceDt rambler.
What pretty fancy articles! What
luxury is displayed in these charming
nothings which nowadays are so necessary
to the comfort of even the most simple
citizen's homes. Upholstery the art of
furnishing has reached its apogee.
What wonderful stuffs, and what notes of
admiration have irrcsistably been forced
upon me by some of his opholstcry, called
so justly artistic upholstery. While I am
on this subject I must reply to a question
of one of my fair readers : the carpet of a
drawing room should be considered like
background in a picture, only of use in
order to throw out the details of the
furniture. If I had not already too much
to say to-day I would describe sonic charm
ing furniture to you and some of the new
materials now in use for it. I will do so
Stanley, the explorer, has again beeu
heard from. At last accounts lie had reach
ed the cataracts in tho Congo river at the
head of about one hundred men, anions
them . twenty Europeans. On board
the comfortable steamship Albion, the ex
pedition had encountered no difficulties,
and were about to move ou in the expecta
tion of meeting a party coming west from
Zanzibar, in about the center of the Conti
nent. Although Mr. Stanly was myster
iously reticent in regard to Ins new visit
to Atrica, yet, it is no secret that he lias
gone out under the protection ami patron
age of the Belgian government, Air the
purpose of opening up a trade with the
Congo, Valley, which will doubtless piovc
as profitable to the merchants of Antwerp,
as the East Indies trade has proved to the
Dutch. The King of tho Belgians has
taken a very great iutcrcst in this enter
prise, which was first proposed to parties
in England, who had not tho sagacity to
see that trading witli West Africu would
prove abetter paying business than fighting
in South Africa. Within fifty years the
numerous tribes of the Congo and its tribu-
t.tric will wear shirts, ami Uvo iu board
house, while tho wives and daughters of
tho rich will wear Paris gloves made by the
Henrieksen machine, nnd bonnets. And
within half that time thousands of miles
of railroads will bo ruiuiiur; from tho coast
into tho interior. The products of that
virgin country, fruit, ivory, corrals aud ores,
will load whole fleets of homeward bound
ships in exchange for European manufac
tures of every description. Africa is des
tined to bo the new Eldorado of tho com
ing century, and the enterprising little
Kingdom of Belgium will become as rich
as Spain in tho days of Cortes.
A non-explosive steam motor has for the
past three months been in successful opera
tion on the Third avenue street railway
line. This motor makes no nose either of
puffing or escaping steam, scatters no cin
ders und emits no offensive gases. The mo
tor can be constructed in two ways, either
as a self-propelling car carrying passengers,
or as a dummy. It has on the front plat
form of the passenger car a boiler with a
slender smoke-pipe, The oflicc of the boiler
is not to 'generate steam, but to distribute it
to cylinders below the floor ot the car. At
the starting station the boiler is supplied
with a quantify ot hot wafer raised to the
steam-generating point, and the only object
in supplying tho motor with fuel is to keep
up to steam pressure during the trip. This
is accomplished by a few shovels of live
coals thrown into the car boiler furnace on
leaving tho station, the charge bein good
for twenty miles. After starting no atten
tion is required for the water, fuel or ma
chinery, all the driver has to do is to mind
-the brakes and the conductor's bell.
The total receipts of grain at tho four
ports for this year up the 2."ith, ult., have
been 23T,0'L!,St3O bushels, against 200,107,
317 bushels for the same time last year.
The increase amounts to 20,o';(;.513 bush
els, of which New York gained only 5,53,
555 bushels, while Balimore gained 17,
501,707 bushels, Philadelphia 5,371,73
busheUjand Boston 2,047,54? bushels. Tims,
while New York only received a little over
18 per cent, of the investment, Baltimore
was advantaged to the extent of 57 per cent.
Thekk is Health Ahead: For cheer
less dyspeptics who will use llostetter's
Stomach Bitters, which will enable them
to digest, restore their appetite, stea.lv
their nerves, and drive away the blues. If
with such a prospect there are any of them
who neglect to profit by the above sugges
tion why, they deserve to suffer, that is ail.
Let them ask" any one who has used the
Bitters if it is not a good medicine, and
if they receive a truthful reply it will be an
affirmative. Biliousness, bowels, debility,
liiciiniai.j... .... '-..,.,i i,v this bioli-
ly esteemed and professionally sanctioned
spfxitic, which has also won a national
reputation as a remedy for, and means of
averting intermittent ami remittent fevers.
It has a cheering effect upon the despon
dent invalid, and may be relied upon to
produce decisive, and not palliative effects.
It is the one thing needful for the cure of
dyspepsia, and nothing will supply its
TAKEN IN AT LEADVILLE.
Itavenua (O.) Democrat.
N.D. Clark is president ot the First Na
tional bank at Ravenna, U. Last month he
went to Leadville on a pleasure trip. While
there a man named Lewis made his aquain
tance. Lewis, after he had known Mr.
Clark for a week or so, went to him with
"a peculiar case1' that he had just found.
He had met on the mountains, just out of
town, a young man whom he had not seen
for fifteen years. The young man had shot
a rival iu a love affair and struck out for
the West, but nv, having dug up a great
amount ot gold, thought ot returning to
his old mother in Kentucky. In order to
do so the young man would Have to sell
some bullion. Would Mr. Clark buy f
Mr. Clark did buy a gob I brick worjh $14,
000 for $10,000 cash. Mr. Clark left for
Chicago, arriving in which city ho finds
that his brick of gold is a clever compound
of copper and other metals, the value being
10 cents instead of $10,000.
Bnows's Hotel, Macon, Ga. Sept. 21, 70,
Messrs. Morgan A; Allen, 50 John St., New
York City :
Dear Sirs In looking over Harper's
Weeekly paper I saw the advertisement of
your valuable medicine, "Constitution Wa
ter," aud it occurred to me that it was lay
duty to add to your list of testimonials.
For twelve mouths I suffered with inllain-
mation of the kidneys aud bladder; no
restat night, up ten or fifteen times; could
not walk across Hie street without having
palpitation ot the heart, would have to sit
down and rest before 1 could get back to
the hotel. Last May I was obliged to give
up my business, that of hotel keeper. I
was reduced in weight forty pounds. In
August I made the trip by steamer to New
York, thence by steamer to New London,
Connecticut, where I arrived weak and
very much debilitated. My brother, J. F.
Brown, President of Brown's Cotton Gin
Company at New London, sent to tho drug
gists for abottleof'Constiliition Water,"and
insisted on my taking it, saying that lie, aud
others he knew, had been troililed the samo
way. It seems incredible, but in two days
I began to feel better, my appetite improv
ing, and iif a few days was alilo to walk up
to the town, some hull' mill' distant, with
out getting wearied, or having any Hutlcr
ing oi palpitation of the heart. In a short
time 1 returned to New York (visited
Coney Island, of course), and walked from
the Woodeu Pier to the Iron Pier, a dist
ance I should judge of nearly one mile,
through tho sand; nlo a long distance
through Central Park without any inconve
nience or distress, 1 am sixty years of age,
have lived in Macon fifty-four years, been
in the hotel business twenty. live years, ami
llKwe that know me know tlmt I would not
give this testimonial uiiIchh it was due you,
aiidtothoK- suffering us I have siill'ered.1
Diseases similar to mini! and oilier diseases
your medicine is recommended for are very
prevalent in the South. Yours truly,
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1S79,
THE PIONEER RACKET.
Han Francisco l'osv. ' '
"Yes, gentlemen,'' said a Boedy looking
customer with a long beard, who had rung
iu on a party of tourists in tho Baldwin bar
room the other evening, "I wras tho first
white American who ever set foot on tho
sito of San Francisco. Many's the night
Fvo roasted bearsteak for supper, and slept
with tho sand for a blanket right where this
hotel stands. I owned the entire country
clear down to San Jose, and I traded tho
whole business one day for ten pounds of
'Five pounds!" put In the keeper, sternly.
"I guess I ought to know how many
ponnds," said tho oldest inhabitant, some
''You eaid five pounds last night," re
torted the keeper; "and I'vo told you
more'n fifty times if you intend to work the
pioneer racket in this here bar you must
stick to the same story. If you don't, I'll
let Joe Baker work the house instead; you
And the relic of the good Argonautic
days drifted sadly off to the lunch counter.
Kindhei) Evils. It is well known that
a relationship exists between piles, con
stipation, kidney dieases and liver troubles.
In Kidney-Wort we have a remedy that
nets on the general system and restores
health by gently aiding nature's internal
processes. Druggist keep it.
WHAT HAPPENED WHEN A CAR
At Sheldon wo got out and eat. While
we eat our car is switched off on tho In
dianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayetto train for
Lafayette. When we got into it it had
been faced about. Man who was sitting in
the forward end of the car before diuncr
finds a whole pile of woman's baggage in
his seat. Awful mad. Throws it all out
on the floor and wonders what '"blamed
thieving hound has got his baggage I"
Woman who sits near the rear end of the
car finds her seat ail full of man's traps.
Throws them out of the window. Screams
for the conductor and says all her things
arc stolen. Old man who sat in the mid
dle of the car finds his seat turned around
and slaps an innocent boy in tlie next seat
for turning it. Woman who is anxious to
reach Lafayette to attend her sister's wed
ding comes back into the car, takes in the
points of the compass, shrieks that "we
are going the wrong way I" and swoons.
Conductor and brakenian labor and explain
and beg lor fifteen minutes before order
Wasted. Sherman fc Co., Marshall,
Mich., want an nuent i:i this county at
once, at a salary of $100 per month and
expenses paid. For full particulars ad
dress as above.
The il ioneer Press, of St. Paul, has an
anide by II. A, Tanner, who says: "The
best way to avoid colorless, sic kly-looking
butter in winter, is to use Wells. Richard
son it Co's Perfected Butter Odor, the es
sential principal being the same as in the
yellow dandelion blossoms."
EVTATEor TIMOTHY Co.vKt.tV. llKrKASE!).
Uor ofifc'-rai! Jl'TOnil W:!:!,'! ''-"..'!'
Conwy of A'.eX'Hider iu:dM:iti'ol Illinois, ilifehsi-il-hereby
ive notice th.'it In- will appear Itefure Hie
.'oiinry Court of AleMUiiliT Couiily. ut the Court
JlonJi", In Cairo, lit the Jimieii v term, on the third
Monday la Jauuarv next, ar which lime all nersoin
havini'laliii' nuiifiist aid otate lire notitlwl and
requested to I'.lei.d fur ilie purpose of hiiviin' the
enine adm-rcd. Ail per-oii i;;ciehied to said eiie
are reiU.'ied to make Immediate payment to the
Dated tl.i ITth dnv of Novemoer. A. I).. 1-7 '.
J!K IIAliD rrniliUAU), Administrator.
K-TATE OF Ct.lITON IIAZI.EWiioIl, nKVEASTt).
The titideMirned having b"eii appointed adtnlnls
trmor of the c-late of Clifton lfi.zlewond. lute of
the Coin. ty of Alexander mid State of Illinois, de
ceived, hereby e-jves notice that lie will appear he
fore the I'otnity Court of Alexander County, at the
Court llou-e. iii Cairo, at the January term, on the
third Moiday In January next, at which time all
per-oii having claims ii"'iiit said estate are noti
fied 10. d reque.tcd to attend, for the purpose of hav
In;: the -ame adjusted. All ier-oi:s indebted to
said es'ate are requested to uiulie Immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated this viJtirl dav of November. A. !)..1"T(l.
.MILES CAl'llLE. Administrator.
l'.y virtue ol an execution to me directed, by the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexander Comity. In
the Slate of Illinois, tu favor of .lames lleil and Wil
liam I'. llalliiluy. iov.I ii'iiliist Cairo llox and Ihskcl
rompaiiy I have levied upon the fullowiiiL' lie
MTibeil property, lii-wit: Lois one to eluht, both
Inclusive. Iii block numbered onciluoid loisoiie to
el'ht, bull; inclusive, ill block numbered eight IS'.
In the lllth addition to the city of Calm, Alexander
County. Illinois, Including iirei,e und permission
to use ntid erect ami maintain iHillillngs. etc., mi the
levee slope In front of said lots, as speclllcd In deed
from Tavlor ,v. Parsons, trustees. etc.. dated March
;'lt. l7i. together wild n'.l and singular, the mill
boiler hoii-e, drv kiln, ollice. sheds and buildings,
on said lots and premises, situated logetherwilh all
iiivl singular, the appurtenances, fixtures, boilers,
ei.L'iii' s. saw mill, shaftings, beltings, pullles and
other machinery, saw, tools and machines of every
kind ami description whatsoever, appertaining, be
longing to. or In any way constituting part and par
cel of, or used In. what Is known a the Cairo llox
and t'li-kct Company Factory; which I shall oiler at
nubile vendue, on the premises, as above described,
hi the tlllh addition to the city of Cairo, county of
Alexander and Mule of Illinois, on the 'lift day of
December. ut Pi o'clock, a.m.
Dated this, Cairo, Illinois, iii day of November,
. D., is; it,
JtillN llolMJES, sheriff.
NO PATENT, i0 PAY
P A T E J T S
obtained for mechanical devices, medical or other
compounds, ornamental designs, trade marks and
labels. Caveats, Assignments:, Interferences, In
frlintements. anil all mutters relating in patents,
promptly attended to. We make prellmlna y ex
aminations and furnish opinions us to piiteiitablll'
ty, free of charge, and ail who are Interested In new
Inventions imtlrntctitn are Invited to send for a
cerpy of our "tiulde for obtaining, patents," which
Is sent free to any udddivss, and contains complete
Instructions how to obtain Patents and other vain,
able mutter. During the pas' live years we hnvc
obtained nearly three thousand Patents lor Ameri
can and Korclen inventors, and can glvesatlsiactory
references In almost every con My In the Inloti.
Address: 1.011 'JAt.dKH & CO.. Solicitors of
I'ntents and Attorneys at I.nw, I.u Droll Iluiidlug
Waslilni'lmi, It, C.
!' I V ill l'aday In vour own localliv
I m II 'o risk Women ih,im well
f J I m" '"en- Manv tieike more
TT I U ttn llm amount stated
ubove, No one can full to
make money fusl. Any one can do the work. You
can make from uov to 'J an hour by devoting your
evenltius andspnrit lime to the business, rosl
nothing to try the business, Nothing Ilka It, for
money making everolfercd In fore. Duslncss pleas
n: t mid strictly honorable. Header. If you want to
know ull about the best paying business before the
tmhllr, scud us your address aud wo w ill send yon
mil particulars aud private. Ici'ins free; samples
worth SA also free; voir ran then make, no vonr
mind fnrvotirs. tr. Address UKOIMJK STlNsON
il CO, l'urtlaud, Maluu.
Winter's Work, Corner Heveritli Street ami Coin
Desires to Inform tho cltlzeuaof Cairo olid vicinity,
thai shu bus it
New and Largo Stock of CJootls
Which she w ill sell ut actcal cost, consist lug of
Hats and Bonnets,
And Elno Imported Hoso for Ladies aud Children.
Ladies' Furnishing Goods!
All the very latest designs. Prices as low as pos
sible and (roods marked in plain tlgures. Will not
be undersold. Call and examine. No trouble to
show goods Ladies who do not see what they
want will pUasn ask for 1'.
JJ11S. C. MCLEAN,
llus without a doubt tire I'.nesr lino of
Millinery and Fancy (Joods
Iu this city, aud
They Must bo Sold at
Some I 'rice.
The Ladles are requested to call and examine
Prices A'ill bo Miule Sat isdactoi-y.
EIGHTH STIIEET, NEXT Doult TO STL'AIIT'S
PHY COOKS llol'SE.
WOOD AND COAL
Qt AY. WIIKKLl-K,
Dealer in all kinds of
Cord Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washing-ton and
ipiIE CITY NATIONAL DANK
W. r. HALLIDAY, President.
II. L. HALLIDAY. Vice-President.
J. II. SMITH, Acting Ca-hier.
hmrzvxcwKx, it- a-. mmtiuM,
. 1J. WILLIAMSON, STM'llt.N Jll.llJ,
U. II. CANDtE.
F.xcliaiire. Co.'u and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Dop.isltsreceived and a general barking business
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thk nor.; KHOiyn,
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pussesKltitf tlis Important udiiiiliigij.overull others,
1'riK tkal KxprriMK'(H ol' I'rac'ticnl
These select, orlclnnl aud uctlcal contributions
from so miiBy ladies, have never before appeared In
book form, and this volume Is thu first aud only
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eSIIC OALINE !!
- THE ELECTltIC CltaEJt.-
HAS NO EQUAL FOIl GENERAL HOUSE-CLEANING
PURPOSES, FOR WASHING CLOTHES,
FOR TIIK RATH, AC, AC.
For. Cleaning Taint, Varnislieil Surfaces, Window Ola, Mirrors, (Jol.l l'mmc,
Marble, Tianos, Sewing Macliines.Furnittire, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Cnse?, Brnr.zt
Cut -Glass, Globes, Gas Fixtures; Removes Pitch nml Tar from the Hands or C'iithfig
readily, &c, Ac.
FOR USE AS A DISINFECTANT M '
Anything Soiled lvOIL, or G UKASE, Lv .Flic or Pen
oil Mark.-, or by Dirt of nny land, it will clean
WIT-HOUT SOAP Oil WATER,
To WKsrnits Cwtisi Commsv-I fcnvu t:cd ('ouiine in y family i;i! ::;.,! it t!j -u .Vui.ur,. ur.
claim for It. It U certninly superior to eocp a cleanser ;! much more ecuLon.lcal. It removes !i.--rom
fabric without injuring the texturu or changing fast colors . It clerut the- bund- and L aves t:..
ofl. It also heals sores and chapped hands readily. Respectfully yours,
WILLIAM S EVERETT. Ill Cottage Crow Ave., ( lik;..
To the Wemtuj Coaline Co-We have Wn asitig In our family Coallne." an artlV.o miim.r.ctnr; -I
In this city, and find it one of tho most useful thin;;s for family use we have c-v,r know:, or heard ol. ' Jr
'wasLii-g, scrubbing, cleaning, glass, silver. tnkie grease spot out ! clothing and rr.rj.ets. . :c, we juiu
It lin-l.oe.jual. Every family ehuuid have it. The price is so iow us tot Hi:); it within il.c re,-:,L I cur
body. -Chlcii-o. May -,'d. l:;i. I-t (j CALKINS.
tins THE ONLY Washirc Compound sold in Bulk, m:d urictjy fur cash, kiv.cj; the pnl.U new
and valuable article at a low fij.iro coinpo'.in;; with staple goods like .Soap.
The following tcstimonUs from persons wl;h whom maiy in Cairo and vicinity are acc;t:i,!i.!i(:. pitce
coalinc in its true position before the public. It is a good tl.li.jr. ui.d should be generally us. ,1:
I have used coalinc In my house. It saves labor and save clothes, ui.d Is Inexpensive. I w. rid i.c
be without It Ciutrulla, 111., August Mb, jjts. JAMES Mi KAIL
UndcoiiUneto be all that is claimed for it, and cheerfully rea-mi:., i.d !t -Cen!ri.;ia. Illinois.
August li-S.l!.?.). yus h OXI.EY.
I have used Coalite to clean hiddllghts of engines, where the dirt I- UnM.d. and !s ufvally Can, ;j
with concentrated lye. I found coaline o do tLe woik fully as wi il as puin.l:, vithoi.t I:'lijur!ie
effects.-Centralla, 111., A-igust l'.Uh, C, BILLS, I orcD-.an I ain Shop. I. C. 1 j.
11 leading grocer win lave It, nd ctn fr.rp'y their curh tiers in a few dtys. It it ttw cr.U r. il
be, at all time, obtainable at
Heads of Families will Call and Git a Samide, Free for Trial, at mir Stoics
omnVvtp -CAIRO ILL Kldiih St.
0,110 UAl:h' v-iW1-'j JJj,J' J and Wasliiutton Avenue.
Address 1-103 Cliotean Avcimc, St. Lonis.
We Desire to call Your attention to Our
"PATENT STEAM CYLINDER VALVE'
WHICH IS NOW COMING INTO GLNELAL 1K.
"WALTER'S PATENT ESCAPE Ol
NO MORE CYLINDER
I cull the attention of proprietors of Steam Engines to the use of thin Valve, by whit h
a great Having of fuel is effected. The Valve being closed on the admission of steam and
open when exhausting, the engine is not linVlu to get out of line, ns no water is allowed to
accumulate in the cylinderthe Valve opening or shutting automatically at each stroke.
Tho cylinder is kept dry when the engine is not working, ns tho Valves arc then kept
open by a spiral spring. Tho Valvo will pay its price in tho saving of fuel in u very
short time, nnd will last over ten years.
testate and County Rights for Bale. Apply by letter or' in person at 1-100 Chotruu
Avenue, St. Louis.'
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