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OFFICIAL PAl'EE OF ALEXANDER COCN'TY.
G BAM" says he wiil not visit New York
until next spring.
Thk San Francisco Chronicle, for some
years the deadly cneuiy ol' the Huntington
Central-Southern Pacific monopoly, has
suddenly "flopped,'' and is pouring out
taffy ou Huntington's pet road in quantities
to suit. It is very funny.
A New Yokk organ of this Democratic
p.irty notifies the majority in Congress that
if Senator Bay;ul'b resolution deprivin
greenbacks of their legal-tender quality is
defeated by Democratic votes, the Bour
bons of the Empire state will be "snowed
vuler" ia lUby 100,000 majority.
. A WAsiu.wroN correspondent says that
'Secretary Schur. sits of an evening with a
cigar iu his mouth, playing on the piano
and improving melodies and plans of bat
tles." 'Wouldn't it be a good idea to send
tho Secretary 'out West with his music to
sooth:; the savage breast?
Two IH'NDHED ANI Kin v colored people
all but fifty of them women and childrcu,
bound for the happy laud of the lloosiers,
have reached Washington out of money,
and in a dilapidated condition. Their
brethren iu that city are interesting them
selves iu their welfare, and will forwurd
them to their destination if the whites will
subscribe cash enough. None of the emi
grants complain o ill-treatment in North
Carolina, but all appear to believe that for
tune and luxury await them in Indiana.
Thu Maryland aud Delaware ship-canal
project is to lie put forward in congress this
winter. It involves tho cutting of a canal
from the Delaware to Chesapeake bay, the
United St ates Government to guarantee the
interest on $-1,000,000 of the bonds of the
company, the bonds to inaturo in 1 18,
bearing interest at five per cent, peraiinuin.
Another t,000,000 will bo raised by pri
vate subscription. The experience of the
Texas-racirk railroad people with Con
gress during the last few years, iu the mat
ter of a government guarantee of interest
on corporation bonds, is not encouruging
for the Baltimore project.
Nkaklv 200 bills were introduced iu
the houso last week, and the source having
been partially drained there will not be the
usual Hood hcreatter, when tlm states will
ho regularly called for bilU. The extra
fccsaion gave members un opportunity of
offering large numbers of bills, and the
unanimous eousentjgiven last week also gave
them an opportunity to relievo their dockets.
A large number of the bills will bo of a
private character, bills which fully encum
ber tho record and which should bo re
ferred to a commission especially created
for their adjudication. Tho Hotllomont of
private claims by the debate and vote in
Wh House of Congress ia thoinot expen
sive process that could be devised.
T11 is presidential perspective ia all too
nebulous at present to justify confident pre
diction, but I may say thiit in tho opinion
of the know ing inajnriiy Mr. Sherman hus
the whip-hand. L'eiaomU popularity he
lias not his presence is rcpilUnt and unti
magnctic, his manners art) frigid; lie is
wanting in all those qualities that create
fnlhusiasm in a following. Hut it has been
' more than one::, aud very recently, proved
in our briot history that tho attributes ho
essential to leaders iu a romantic age am
not necessary to tho highest success of the
American politician. Mr. Blaino was much
lMter known, loved, and admired by their
parly, than Mr. Hayes, but ho failed byu
few voles to get the nomination. If Mr.
Sherman fails to get tho nomination ho will
at least never have to reproach himself for
not trying to net it. Tho four thousand
uatioiial banks with their colossal money
power aro in favor of his candidacy. A
powerful newspaper combination, the New
York Tribune, the Cincinnati Commercial,
Cincinnati Gazette, Chicago Tribuno and
many others, it is asset ted, have promised
their support. Ohio is for him; the presi
dent is for him; and if the powerful
publicau delegation from the South does
not conic to the convention pledged to his
support it will not bo because the influence
and patronage of the administration hus
been wasted there in the interest of other
aspirants. Col.Ingersoll recently said that the
people of the I'nited State were not stupid
enough to elect to the presidency a brother
of the General of thearmy, but the people
have little to do with electing, in the true
sense of the word. They simply divide
into two masses and within party lines for
the party nominee.
OCR WASHINGTON LKTTEK.
From our ivirulur correspondent.
Washington Dec. !U!i, lsU.
It has been my endeavor to tell the
truth with reference to the Presidential
candidates aud preferences as nearly as I
could ''ct it or might hit. Hut it is a
iifhYult thing to tell the truth on this
subject so that it may last. This fact is
particularly exposed by the development
of Democratic opinion since the assembling
o" Congress. I find there is an almost
universal anxiety about Mr. Tildeu, and
this extends to those even who are willing
that he should be nominated. How to get
rid of Til leu is the main question. That
is, how to dispose of him so there will
not be a sore spot left to endanger Demo
crats seriously in New Yolk. Many who
have been or are his supporters, an 1 nearly
all who uui say very clearly that lo crowd
him off tho track would be fatal. That is
why the booms for other New York candi
dates, as Mr. Seymour, and Judge, Church
do not take better. To pit another New
Yorker sigainst Tilden would mad him.
they say, aud drive his strength i'roin
the support of who ever might be thus
nominated. The more popular opinion on
this vexed question now is that no New
York candidate must be run against Mr.
Tilden in tli1.- Democratic cons entiou, and
that there miv-t be an appearance of giving
Tilden the choice of his successor in the
candidacy iu case he doesn't get it himself, j
In this new it is understood j
that the o'liciotts I'tieieiship i
r, i,, ' ;-
chances, lor toe man to have the liMcnj
backing must not be a cindidai.; of that
clique. Altogether it is an interesting
problem the licnocrat, have hand. (
Issues not so sharply defined but vet '
growing to some proportions have sprung;
', , ... . , , ... i t
up in the lieplil.nican presidential held, j
There begins to creep out a httie leuroi tlx-
New York scrutchi.-rs, tind others who cry
o:it iiirailwt thil'il 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 i uilll ri-feli'Mee to
General Grant, and there is a growing fear!1 '. WUFKLFU,
r. , . ., i '
01 loss i.'i 1 no i esiern Mates wini ren-rence
to Secretaiy Sherman. It is posib!e that
these things are troubling the U-publienns
less than the Tilden pioblem is troubling the
Demx.riits, but caiidur compels tin.- to say
that I believe they will increase as the can
vass goes to and Je velope into very
serious (rouble. The scutchers, bolters,
and informers in New York, .Massachusetts
and some other states are organizing for a
fight against Grunt, aud the anti-bank men
are determined to light Sherman in the
Senator Cameron is still working up an
excursion to Philadelphia on tho occasion
of Grant's reception, ami it is thought that
a large majority of Senators and members
Thu disposition to adjourn for the holi
days about the HJtli is growing 1 think.
The fact is that no business ot much account
will be transacted if Congress remains in
MAKUIED WITH 11IFLK IN HAND.
From Portland (Oiefou) Ilea, Nov. D!.
The news of the curious sequal of a love
affair has just reached us from Port Tow n
send. A certain young man fell in love
with a beautiful young lady, residing near
Port Townsond. His passion being recip
rocated, iniirriage was proposed, but the
young holy's parents would have nono of it.
Tho father and a beligerent undo threat
ened to do the young llomoo serious per
sonal injury in ease his attentions were con
tinued, and forbade him ever again enter
ing tlio premises, ami tho young lady is
represented an having been billerly perse
cuted on account ol her refusal to dis
countenance the disciirded suitor. Thu
young man, becoming aware of this fact,
determined to marry at unco. Accord
ingly, procuring a license and tho services
of the necessary constituted authority, and
witlud a good Winchester rillo, ho repaired
to the sbodo of tho young woman's par
ents. Encountering the father und irate
iinolti In thu yard, ho bade them "hands
t IT,'' declaring that they had throHtoned to
do him persoual injury, and that In tlio eyos
of tho law Im would bo justified in doiug
CAIRO 15UU.KTIN: Fl'IDAY MOIQilSO, 1VECEMBKK l-1, '"i,
serious execution with hi rillo III case they
attempted to execute t, and right thero be
fore the two astonished bcligercutH, with
ono eye tlxed ou them, tho other ou tho fair
ono by his side, mid with ono hand clutch
ing his rirlc uud the other grasping that ol
his afliancod, tho nuptial knot was tied,
and the happy couple departed.
IlorsK ii' Tho liver if it isdormaut, and
avoid a train of evils which must other
wise ensue. Among anti-bilious medicines
none rank so high as 1 la-, tetter's Stomach
Hitters. It speedily banishos. those pains
in tho region of tlic all'ectod organ, the
yellowness ot the skin, nausea, vertigo and
sick headache, which attend a bilious
attack. A bilious subject, after a brief
course of this capital liver stiiuulcnt and
invigovant, finds that his tonguo is no
longer furred iu the morning, his breath 4s
grown sweeter, a hundred inexplicable sen
sations no longer make his life miserable,
his bowels have acquired the steadiness of
a well regulated piece of mechanism, ami
he ciin eat w ith a hearty appetite and good
digestion. It is because the Hitters assists
nature in her efforts to bring back the dis
ordered liver aud bowels to their normal
condition that it accomplishes such re
A C.uui To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a receipt tht.t will
euro you, fhkk OV l U.vuoii. Tliia great
remedy was discovered by a missionary it
South America. Send a sell-addressed en
velope to the Kkv. Joski-ii T. In max, Sta
tion D. Xcw York Pity.
Auk Savings Hanks Skcikk? Tins is a
question tif vital importance to t!:o indus
trial thrift of our country; and whih our
legislatures are pondering the question, wc
would earnestly advise every ou,; to take
Hall's Balsam fir Coughs and (Vuls. War
ranted to cure.
Wuv suffer longer ftom the torment M' a:i
aching back? Kindey-Wort will cure you,
:t OHIO LKYKK.
No'i.n or d'i-s b m.1.;- V ....; te- a .
Oeli.cud lfk: -i 0:;.".
I'r;. :l aiiu n't !);
:W TINT TICKETS Nr: DuLl.Ali:
Winter's Bloek.Cei in i- s, .-in I: i ;oil i'f.:i..
Pesin-f In ilil'urui 'he 1
iii.c. tiiia a
1 i--ui c ii.ro ,.au .
.Nw iUid Lariic Stock ofd'omls
W liii. h -a-.- :'.l :.; a! v, Tl A' !! .
Hats and Huimets.
AND lIO(.)I )B. j
Au.i Files Impoie.-d Hum: :.t Lad;.-, and aiidveii. '
l: the v.-r ; !.! t itci-ijii.i'. I'licn low " pw- ;
mi,;,: uid oxm- mariteu m plain iijun. v. til u--1
Im- !ii.dw"!d. ( all and vxum:iiv No -rouble to i
.ti.,w .....: fnun.-a h no r,o: ,... what tii-v
wimid win 11 it
Healer !n all k.ln!' of
Cord. Wood. Slovo Wood.
ma MUDDY COAL
A Sl'ECU UiTY-
WOOD AND CUAL YARD:
j T(.uth street, Between Wellington and
3US. C. MCLEAN,
ll.m itiioiil a doubt tlio fiii.ht line tii
MilliiH'i'v aiul Fancy (ioods
Iu tliift cily, And
Thoy Mut be Sold at
Thu Ladle, aid re(UeleO to call and examine
l'i'icH Will xj M:(lo S;itinlu'lory.
KIUIU'II STHJJKT. SKXT DubK TO V1TAKI s
UIIY t;ooi.i IIOU.SK.
Ily viiliin ol an executlun to mn dlri'i.ti , by the
fler'k o( tin1 Clieult Court of Alvxamier I'nunt'v. In
the Mali' of Illinois, In favor of Jmne. Hell and'WH
limii I', lliillliliiy, mill ui;alti.l(.'i)lro llov anil Itaeket
Coiiipany 1 I1100 levied upon thu lolliiliia ue-M-rllicd
property, to-wll : I,nt omt to e!(.,ht, lmth
Iik Iii.Imi. in block iiuiiilieii'.d onelti.atiil lut.onu to
.Iflll, tlulll ineluslve, 111 block IiUlllberiil elhKSI,
III llin, llllli aililltlou to the city of Calm, All .ximiler
Comity, lllitiolK, tin: I lid 1 11 a lleeiiHO noil pi'iiniH.loii
to lieu and erect unit maintain b 11 1 1 (1 1 1 1 w "U. , on the
levee .lopo In front of kiiIiI IiiIh, as opec Hleil 111 deed
Iroin Tnvlor ii I'himiiih, tnniee,i'lc., ili.ti-il Miin h
21 -l. ls;i, loiielher with nil mill sliik'iilnr. thr mill
boiler lloll'e. drv kllll, ollii e. ilieris mill l)llllitlniK,
oil 'iild lot. and preiulfen. Hlhiuti d limetlier with all
anil rl 1111 1 nr. the appurleniuireh, ll.ttuivH, hollem,
inline., niw mill. .Iinltlims, belilniii". imllles and
other uinchiiii'ty. auvvx, tools and timihlne. of every
kind nnd dcacrlpttoii wliulHiiever. iiiperluliiiii, be-loie.-liii;
in, or lu liny way coii.tltiitliiu part iindtmr
col 01, or HKed In, wliut Is known as the ( 11 1 1 d IIok
und Mio. kei Compmiy Fuelory; which 1 Mia .1 oiler at
public vendue, ou 111 11 premlHea, a. uhovit ileM.rlhed,
111 thu tlllll addition to the e.lty ill' Cairo, eounly of
Alexander and Main of IIII110L, on tho day of
Ucceiiihnr. IsTlt. at 10 o'clock, a.m.
Iiut.nl thla, Cairo, IIIIiioIh, r.d day of November,
A. LI., IHV1I,
y U. MA HE AN, M. D.,
llofticoimthlcriij slclan and Surgeon.
. ftU-o 110 Hi. 4nurclul aveniio. Itinidetic corner
e mrttcnthSi. and WastiliiLjlou avenue, Cairo,
l. E. W. WlUTLOCh',
Dfruu-No. l'W Conunorcial Avinc, betweca
liUhtuand Ninth Street
j )K. W. C. JOCELYN,
ItFrlCE - Kluhih Street, neur Cemiuerclu! Avolu.
Notary Public and Couveyaiu-tr.
OFFICE: --With the Widow." uud 1'orpn.in'Ma
ual Aid Society.
J I NEC All & I.ANSDEN,
I'FFICE--a'o. 113 CoittOivh-ial Av t e
THF. W'rKKLY H L1.M1V.
The Weekly liullotiii.
FOlI'l'Y-KIOUT ( OJ.l'MNS
Kc'KTY -EIOIiT 'Jl.l'y Ns
lTHLMlEl) ON MOMMY
h'rKTY -TTUUT CUl.l'MNis
8.00 l'or A nn ii m
91,50 to Clubs of Ten and Tpward!
CO A LINE
i:C O A 1
-THE ELECTlilC (JLEANSEll.-
HAS NO KUAL FOU UKXKUAL II()USK.CU:AMX(
rrnrosKs. fou washing clothks
FOR Till: HATII,tt(!MtUJ.
P..r Chaii'.ug Paint, Varnished Surfaces, Window Ghifs, Mirrors iUM V:w,
M .ib'.e, Piino.-, Sewing Mac-Lines, Furnitun', Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Ciccs. Hicnm,
Cut Glas-, Globes, Gas Fixtures; Kemoves Pitch mid Tar from the HuniIm or Chthir '
n.-adi'v. Ac . A
FOU 1'SK VS niSlXFKlTWT s'"-k a nai.i .i -amity ix me
-x' I I.Al F. ID KY. IUsINI IX'lt O
Ak ihiuu- Soiled by OU. or (iH KASK.Lv I lies Uf I'on
oil .Mavks.orby Dirt ofany Kiiul.it will olortn
WITHOUT SO A I WATKK.
'; M . ..s 1 .ia .,s . 1 Uave ii..d
,: l,r u;L -' -I'erio: to eaj cU
-io. c-jri!.,' '.uv lextur-? or ..hansitu
"O. 1 .-.. r. . ski ..happ. a n.I readily.
u". i-ikhn c oalise Co We bae b
-, '.j - cs-y. .ad find it one of the most uneful th.iL. -
-" 1 i-eaa.u .a.'. Silver, tajiiuj t'l.nv )'...!. eui o! (!oth:t .m! ear)-. If, ,
! re,- in v., -a; Kvesv family -bould have It The ! ., 10 L,w . to I r ; -A it v !!,; .
ar-!s - he ONLY Wa.fc-iK Corupoi xd ..-M
-"" a i; .- -v 'loju.-.iuj wi'.n
9.. r'-".'."""i:ui :o i ano ma MULUy are ,i.:tii.id v
rae po-;!WO Otlorc the pUWie. It in
J o.a.mv in tv boas -. It nave. !..
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liLd'oii..!;-- .- al '..a" li (.JLed fo: it
I t.,c '.d cia:ir.e iu i. .1. ai si 1
'a.-.'i cvti t'ra'ed ') "1 (nil.! al'i:--vile.
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Addxv-- 1-1 i:l Ci"',o;iu A
't to call Your ;ittcjirit!:. to Our
PATENT STEAM CYI.tNDEK YAI.Yi:.-
W1IU..M 1 N'iV C'ilNG !NTO'1;NI.J:a!. lK.
W A I lKllS I 'A.T.MN T KV A I M o I ;
b)l STEAM OYL-LNDKLiS.
X0 31 ORE (1YLINDER
1 call the attention ,, piopi i( On ol'Steiini Engines to ih,. use of ihis Yalve, by ,
agreal saving of fuel is etl'ecte.l. The Vnlvo being cIom-,1 thu admission ol'.stmi 1!vi
open when exhausting, the engine is not liaUle t , t ,ml , ylWi (lH Wllt(,r ;K nW))ll u
aceiimulale iu tho cylinder- llm Y,dve opening or shutting nuionmtienlly at eeli Mwko.
The cylinder is kept thy when the oiigimus not working, an the Valves are then kep
opeubyaspimUpring. Tho Valve will pay its p.ice in the saving of iWl in n yom
short time, and will lust over ten years.
tStnte and County Mights for Sale. Apply by letter or in person bt MOU Choi. -on
veuue, St, Louis.
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s. h-.- tlodsit '- t.o .J. and i ani:!i c',,atl.i
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r. BILLS, Fur r man I'n.M sh, ji c. 1 if
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Y B'KO S.,
a sitsple. Ktee ii i- Tii.il. at cur Sti i?.-
Corii'-i- Eighth St.
and Viah'i!2!oii Ami;.
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