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K. A. Burnett,
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Fl"ht line nf MM nonpar! cotMrtuutea anuaro
Splayed iidverttement will be charged accord.
ii g i 'the "puck occupied, at above rote-there be
ii,g fw-'ve line of nolid typo to ibc Inch.
TWgn'.uradverliaeM wo odor miper.or Induce-m-oia.
hum a- to rates of charge and nier.n..r of
dlt-plaviug their favor. , .
Loci) nodce twenty rent per line for rirft ti.cr
'ion; teu cent per lino for each rubf-ciu-nt -.user-
'Thin paper mav be. found on 1W o. P. Rowell
A lV l&wipa per Adve.rtirfinR Bureau. W Pm
rtwt) wre-re adverilHicfi contract way be made
,nli itJinpon .abject, of irri tat?Mrt
lothepcblicareatall times acceptable. htjn.ua
nianimcripta will not be returned. ,i,,r,.r..i
Letter and communications nhou.d be addref cd
"E. A. Burnett. Cairo, llllnoia "
Jaly Movning Daily in Southern Illinois
3jreBT. Circulation of wy J3a:ly in
Soul lieni Illinois.
TFKIAI. PAPEK OF ALEXANDEU COCNTY.
Thk GIoljc-Donmcrat appeals to pr---idcutto
look in St. Ewis for a patriot who
will lill tlic English mission. Hilly McKee
U rich enough, uo iloilt, to hm.- the cx-p-jiiso,
but he must wait till su r the prei
il'Tntial uleclh'n, when it i- hopcl Eabcock,
.RjJknap, "ami a!l the r-.-st of a?,' .aa l.
luk'n (.are of.
Til K importations of uinino, from April
J si to June SOtli at-. stateil at f2o,000. On
July lit thu iluly was t.iken off, aivl he
1 ween that ilay ar.4 October Gist the im
pjnations were $?'50,S00. The sick arc no
longer robleil by the Ameriei.n inanufac
1 tiror. anil t!ie abolition of the t'luty wakes
the druy; 2 per tcntclieapc-r.
S'.iiah Jank Wtio.v, of Buffalo, New
York, ho hn-.-.n maiuwail:itg in men's
i-litln's fir niny years, ilurini,' which tirai
she has bt;,;n known as C'haries Var;i.
Wlien thi.' 'I .'i cption was l:jovcrcil sho ex
titse'li; by saying that she found it unieh
asier to tjet a living as a man than as a
woman, she was running a boarding house
.'ui 1 wa, apparently, well heeled. We invite
the attention ot the women'? rights people
to lier ense.
Wjui.i; holding a position of trust, hon
or, and emolument under the constitution
of the United States, General Grant was
:ils; a trustee of the Metropolitan Metho
dist church, of Washington. He com
pleted the discharge of the d.ities of the
place firit named without any serious en
tanglements, but the lattiT has involved
him in a lawsuit. An insurance company
of Baltimore sues Grunt et al., trustees,
etc., to enforce paymeut of certain bonds
giv .a by that now bankrupt concern. The
lisvipation "f the General's fortune is not
dkely to result, however.
.Mn. llAYts wiil withdraw the name of
H. M. Kutchin, of Fon du Lac, recently
nominated lor collector of internal rev
enue for the Third Wisconsin District, be
cause it has been ascertained that he once
urged in a paper controlled by him the
killing of Democratic men, women aud
children. The president believes the Dem
ocrats ore u misguided crowd, but ho
mull not advocate killing them so long
as they luvc a majority in the senate. Mr.
Kutchin, who has been hunting an office
many years, will have to wait until a more
bloodthirsty clas of politicians get control
of federal affairs,
TniusiRY officials estimate that of the
nubnidiary coins redeemed under the act of
J until), 1870, about 27 per cent, were is
tiued before January 14, 1875, when the
new coinage was authorized. Assuming
that the protion of old fractional coins to
. the whole amount in circulation is tho Mamu
. a the proportion of old coins to the whole
amount redeemed, the total amount of old
coins outstanding lust June must have been
between fourteen and fifteen millions, and
tho whole amount thou in circulation, old
and new, must havu boon llfiy four or fifty
lire millions. The old coins Middenly dis
appeared from circulation, except on the
Pacific slope, when greenbacks Ml to 94
cenUon tho dollar, and did not rcappi nr
ttntil greenbacks roso and Bilver full o
that the subsidiary coins wore worth sonm
what lest than gremihncks. In the mean
liuv thfy were doing duly over in Cinada,
ivheto they kramo n good deal of n nui-
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER IT; 1S79.
snncc, or were held at homo n9 jwekct
pieces. Gresham's law, that tho cheaper
currency displaces the dearer, was not sus
pended in lavorof the subsidiary coins any
more than it was iu favor of the greenbacks
or any more than it will be one of those
davs in favor of the "big rotiud dollars of
the fathers," if we go on coining them at
the rate of 2,000,000 and more per month.
MOKE GOSPEL WANTED -NOT M01IE
New York from.
All attempts to tinker with the laws for
the election of president and vice president
are entirely uncalled for.
The law is good enough mid is sufficient
as it stands. Q
What is really needed is more gospel,
and not more law.
The- preachers should take the politicians
in hand and preach to them unceasingly the
goj.pi'1 of common honesty. This should
be preached to both parties every Sunday,
while for tho Kepublicaiii, specially, mid
week protracted meetings should be held.
If this nreachiujr is effectual, nothing
more will be nceiicu. A msposuioii to
count the votes honestly, under the exist
ing law, is all the country requires.
A GIFT EHOM HEAVEN.
St. lacob's Oil is the success of the age;
it cures everybody, and is considered a gift
from heaven by our people.
A. V. JJlkk, Whitewater, Wis.
IK i roil l-'ree 1'ieff.
About a year ago a prisoner was brought
from one of the territories in irons and
handed over to the Detroit House of Cor
rection with the warning that he was a
desperate character and had boasted that
he would "i tm"' the institution, lie had
a malignant look and a surely answer to
all (Ui'tions, and when ordeied down into
the butli room he boldly declined to go.
"Stop down !" repeated the deputy.
-1 won't!" replied the prisoner, backing
off a little and glancing around for a
The deputy was the man for the oecn.-ion.
Walking close up to the prisoner, he said, in
a quiet but far reaching voice: "Every
prisoner under this roof must obey rue or
the! If you are not down stairs iu thirty
seconds, "l will shoot you through "the
No weapons were in sight. Both men
faced each other barehanded. The pris
oner was a robber and a muril'-rer. The
deputy was ar. office: of nrve. For ten
seconds they looked into each other's
eyes and read eaeh other's thoughts. Then
the prisoner turned and went down stairs,
and lrom that day to tins lie lias nr en as -
submissive and obedient as any man in
I havk ii At much experience among ;
atheleties, ball players., gymnasts, etc.,
and can testify to the virtues oi Giles '
Iodide Amonia Linament for discoloration,
Bruises ami soreness of the Muscles and
cords after violent exercises.
William Mac Mauon, Argyle ISoom, '
Sixth avenue, cor oOth street, N. Y.
Gn.i:s' I'ii.t.s cures Flatulency.
A Lady's Wnit : "Oh, howl do wish
my skin wat as clear and soft as yotn-s,"
said a lady to her friend. "You can easily
make it so," answered the friend. ""How;''
inquired the lint lady. "By using H"p
Bitters, that makes pure rich blond and
blooming health. It did it for me, as you
Xo Mr.DiLiM". has ever been invented to
prevent death! The best that can be done
is to assist nature in keeping the functions
of the body in a condition of health while
bfe lasts. For biliousness, liver complaints,
costive.ne.-s, dyspepsia, and all stomach
disorders take Mott'.i Liver Pills.
Cavse and Em::r: The main cause of
nervousness is indigestion, and that is
caused by weakne-s of the stomach. Xo
one can have sound nerves and good health
without using Hop Bitters to strengthen
the stomach, purify the blood, and keep
the liver aud kidneys active, to carry off
all poisonous and watc matter of the sys
tem. A CahdTo ail who arc sulfering fnun
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a receipt that will
cure you, frft. ok chahok. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary it
South America. Send a self-addressed en
velope to the Rev. Jikki'H T. I.nman, Sta
tion 1). New York Citj
If Yoc Ann Sick, Ukad the Kidney
Wort advertisement in another column, and
it will explain to you the rational method
of getting well. Kidney-Wort will save
you more doctor's bills than any other
medicine knowu. Acting with specific en
orgy on the kidneys and liver, it cures the
worst diseases caused by their derange
nvnt. ZANbtviLLi:, Ohio, Kept. 10, 1578.
Messrs. Morgan & Allen, SU John St., New
York City :
Dear Sirs J am pleased to inform you that
father is almost as well as he ever was. His
appetite is improving daily; ho does not
have to get up during Urn night, whereas
lie used to get up every halt hour. Hero-
marked at the Buppcr-table this evening
that he felt so well better than he hud for
several years. Tho quantity of urine now
passed 111 the twenty-lour hours does not
exceed one-quart tho proper quantity
quite a drop lrom 3J gallons. Will do as
you Bay, let him cat anything, and if any
return ot the disease you will hear from
me. Yours very truly, Jso. L. Smith.
Zaxrsviixk, Nov. 7, 1873.
Messrs. Morgan &, Allen, 5'J John St. New
Dear Sirs It has been some time since I
wrote you in regard to how futher was get
ting along. So I thought I would write to
you to-day. I hiii happy to say that lie is
entirely well, has been cured with less thau
three bottles ot Constitution Water. Since
he has been taking the Constitution Water,
we have) heard of a good many cases of dia
betes in this city. One lady especially bus
it wry bad. When wo first heard of her
she was down in bed with it. Hhe bought
on bottle of Constitution Water, nud, After
taking a few doses, wag able to sit up.
Send me ns many circulars as you can for
the enclosed stampa. There are a grent
intioy persons that wont them. .
Youru very truly, Jno. L. Smith.
Ask your druggist for it.
TO OHIO LEVEE.
No dirt or dual by meiwirc being oxpohed to nlr.
llllk delivered Iwlcc a day, '
SKA LEI) IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try it mid ce lor yVur-elve.
M PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Ch mi ili livery of li.ki I.
M HS. M. A. SWAN DER,
Vintei 'i lilock. Coi ner Seventh street null Com
rv-Iri'f to iii form the citl.t nsol Cairn nud iuuity.
I lit: t fill' lill a
New anil Large Stock of( Jowls
Whldi f lie will ell ;it Ac u ai. t ovr. i iiiiiiri'.' nf
and Unt rimmed
Hats and Bonnets,
And Fine Imported lloc lor Lndie and I'bi'.iireii.
Ladies' Furnishing ooils!
All the vcrj1 Iutet dein. Priced tii low a pon
Hililr and u'ood.i m.'.i'ki in plain iljineti. Will u'it
be undeivolU. ('all and examine. No trouble to
hhow good I.udb'a who do not ee what they
ant will ileni)al fori'.
( Y. WHEELER,
l'eulir iu nil kind? oi
Cord Wood, Stovo Wood,
iR; muddy coal
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street. Between Waliintoii inn!
wh-rew, on the fourth il.iv .rf Xov,-ml. r. A. D
i. Kmerld F. Da in ev-.-ut.-d and deiiwr-J io
Il.'iiry Wells, the und-.-r-iiiiied. lor the i.-e ol ih
Alexander County Bank, his certain promiKHo:-
mite of that diil'i. for three thousand dollar paya
ble to the order of of "aid Henry Well fur tl-e line
nfores.-iid. one yearalier Hie date thereof, with in-
...ri.-l Hi the rtiti' itl ten Uir r.nt imp iimii'iii ft......
the iluti' (it find note, and al tin: came linn- mid !
dat'.' i-muied. acknowledged unit delivered to c aid
Henry Well-,, fir the u-e afore-nid, a certain rale
iioit-:as!i! on lots numbered thirty ono (31) and
Ihirty-lwo in Mock iiiimben-J twenty limr r-Mi
uud io!-, numbered ft. vcu (",) and eielu ,m in Moek
un inhered lUty-one .M 1 in the ci'y 01 r-iiro, coioitv
of Alexander and State of lllinuli., in n'c-ire the
payment of nuld proniiun note; which fdid t-ule
inorlpat.',' containi 11 power of m!e uiiliiui i111 i-ahl
IJcniy W el,, in ca-e of demtilt In the imyuiciil of -mid
nolo or inn- purl thereof, to -ell said pri-mii-. fi. '
or any part thereof, ami ail ct-nity of i.-deiiipli.iii
liiert iiliii public vendue to the hi-b. -t bidder for '
eiiHlt, at the colli t bonne In l airo More-aid, nftei I
llri-t j-ivinj; tw my nntli e of the tune, place
and term- or mid oale. afi will mure fully appear I
liy relerem e to tue recoi'U ot !iin iiixiISl;.! wlileli
iv-i- recorded in the recorder' t otlice In Caironfure
naiil 011 the 1 th day of November. A. 1). IsT.S. in
book "Z" on pa ne -ss.1.
And, whereai1. default hii" been made iu the pay
ment of said note and every part thereof, and tie
whole of -aid note lieintinowduean-l unpaid: now.
thereiore, the uii'lerfiitned will, unTu-day, the
l lth (lay ol .l:i'iu:i!7, A . It. at Ihe hour (if two
oil o'clock p. in 01 -aid day. at the wcterly dour
of the coiiil Imufe. iu Cairo aforcHuid. fell the r-aiil
premifien aud all equity of redemption therein, or
-o much thereof u may be uecet-.ary to pay oil' and
dichari.'e ihe -uid note and the cxpenwa of Raid
sbTc, to the hiitheat bidder fir eai-h In hand, uml
will make and execute to the purcha-er or purro?.'
cr-'. pood and KtifScietit deed, or deed, lor tie-prf-mi-e
no -old. ItKNliY Kl.l.-s..Murtp'. e.
( ;i!ro. 1,1.. Die la, 1 1
OTATK Of 1LI.IVUIS, 1
O County of AlealnJe-. t Circuit court of Ale? hd
and'-r Omnlv, Feorviary Terra. A. D. It-- .
Matlie .1. Shj a, f
vf. ; Oivorc.-In Chancerv.
Atidavil of llie tion re-ii;en'.e of HI. hard Shu.
the defendant above named, having been illcd in t ie
orflct! of the Clerk of tcild Circuit Court ol Alexin.
d.T county, notice U hereby ien to th't fBld non
i-e blent ifefendiiDt'. that the coiniilainatit hut) ;.-d
lier bill ot complaint in mid Court on the Chaatery
hiue tticreoi on tne tn onv 01 oeeenib-r. A. u. ihtj,
unit ihnt a Kumnmns tiirreupon ivued out of ia
l our: aeainpt aald deleudant, returnable ok, thuia
Monday 01 Febiuary, A. i. lrN), k i by law ro
quirea. Now, therefore, unlecfi you. the Kaid Hlchlird Shea
rhall personally be and appear heforu the nuld , ir
cult Court of Alexander county on llie Mrst day nl
the next term thereof, to b hidden at tliu Court
lion-.-? in (ho City of Cairo, in eald county, on tre
"lid Monday of February, A. D lMl, and plead.
Mower or demur Io Ihe raid compbilnanl'a 1)11! i f
complaint, the name, and the rnattera 11 ml thltiU'
therein chiuyd and staled, will bH taken an con
fevHed. am a decree entered aval lift von ivenrrliii"
to Ihe prayer of aald bill. JOHN A. i.'KK K,
lho. W. HcsniiicK-, Clerk.
Cairo, Dec. Blh, A.l). 1SVH.
l'l'I-ICATlON FOR I'AKDON.
Notice I hctcby (flven that I will, on the flrt day
of January, or an noon thereafter aa I can oblalu a
hearing, apply to bis Kxcelleucy the Uovernor or
the State of llllnola, for a pardon from a life acn
tence pronounced aK-ilndt did In the i lrcult Court
of Aleiander county, Illlnol". at the April Term of
the Alexander County Circuit Courl, A. IK ImTU,
under which I am now confined In the Utatc'n l'rir
onatJolb't. ThU sin day of December l-fft.
CHAKI.KS WALKER, I'ctitlolier.
Hy vlrtua nl an execution 10 me dlrerii'.l. b tim
clerk of the Circuit Courl of Alexutider Cniiney, In
the Stale of llllnola. in favor of Jame i,. and'WI).
linm 1. Ilnllldny, and a.-aln-t Cairo lint Brid liackel
Company I hnvii levied upon llie MIowIiik de
"Cribed property, to-vk it: Uyl oil- to elihi, both
IncliiKi-iit, In block numbered onelU.inid loiaoneto
elKhl,bolh uiclu.lve, In block numbered eight fm,
In tho fifth addlilon to tlm city of Cairo, Alexiiudur
Ceiinly, llllnoln, Inoludlng llceiici am) pn inl-.loii
tot anderi-ct and maintain bolidingx, cc , onth
levee atop In front of aald lot t. n fii.-eiflcd In dned
from 'l aylor I'liraonn. trutca,eU:., dated Man h
'il'l.XKl, together wlvh ii'li und slhi;tiar, th' mil)
boiler houoe, dry kiln, oince, ihed.and Imlldiiiga,
on nuld Iota and premi(M-,-.tuat'd t-tljer vt It Ii nil
and fdnular, th appurtenance, miuren, bollera.
engnum, aaw mill, oliaftlmn, beltltii', pu,.n and
olhei machinery, -"awn. tooU and marhm.-n of every
kind und diccrlptlon whuUixiver. it i p.-r to I nln it, be
longing Io, or in any way coii-Ulnllii.' part und pnr
eel of, or uneit In. what Ih known a 1 lit; Culm llux
and Hindo'i Compnny Factoiy; which I Mull olfi-rat
nubile vendue, on the premlm -n, a abnvi. de-terllii'd.
in the fifth uddltlon to tho rpyol Cairn, county of
Alexander and 81 oj Illlnol., on Uiu i'd day or
December. 1H7H. at 10 u'l lix k. a.m.
a'i!" Isr!)'"' C"ir"' """o, 'f'(l "' t,f Noveihlier,
JOHN HODl.KH, Sheriff,
810 to $1000I,,T'".(I lu Wfl11 !,,M'"t H'o,k,
vw iv VitVVmahnainrtHm. ef mouth.
STiThm'!? "Idalnlt eveiylhliig. Adriwa
BAi rKH4cO., UaukerK, ; Wall rt. N. w Votk.
H. MAKEAN, M. D,
Homeopathic l'liysicinii and Surgeon.
.Itlco 110 O', 4inerelul nvenue. Kenldenco corner
iirieuulh Ht. and W ahitilon avenue, Cairo.
JU. E. W. WHITLOCK,
OpneK-No. W, Conimerelal Avirjite. t einein
Kintal Ii and Ntutb Streeu
D K N T 1ST.
OFFlC'K Klijhlh .Street, near Cunimenia'. Avenue.
N'OTAHY l'l BLH".
Notary l'uhlie and t'ouvfyaiu i r.
UKFK'E:-- With the Widow' and Oorpr.i.i.n' Ma
mil Aid Society.
J INEGAU & LANSDEN,
UFF1CK No. 113 Commercial Avr.&e.
THi: WEEKLY Hl'l.LEUN.
The Weekly Mletin.
F u R T Y E I G 1 1 T r 0 L L M N S
TM K CA IHU
rilBLlSHEI) ON MONkVY
F'iRTY -EIGHT C0LFN-
82.00 For Ainnim
11,50 to Clubs of Ten and Tpwardt
t 'OA LINK )
CO A LINK
DIE ELECTBK! CLEANSE!..-
NO EQUAL FOR UENERAL HOUSE-CLEAiMN'i i
PURPOSES, FOR WASIHNt; CLOTH KS
FOR THE BATH, AC, &J.
For Chaniug F.iir.t, Varnish,.,l Surfiices, Window (,'la.s. Miiron, Gold I';.l
MiUble, Pianos, Sewing Machines Furniture, Oil Cloths. Silver Ware, Show Discs.
Cut Glas-. Ghibes, Gas Fixtures Ibmcves Pitdi ilMi Tur i'imh ihe Hands or C 'cti:::-, '
readilv, A-e. . "
F0K I'SE AS A IIS1FE(T
-AiiyiliinSoilodhvOiK or GKMOASi:, by Flu or i v-i
.Marks r v JJirl ofany Kin.l.it will eloan
AV I Til OUT HOA l () M Ar A T l R .
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. t'." it. ! isu r'.:.in!y p.
1 l,ae U-d
or to !.p u-u (i.
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i.i. iti.i:s ( ruMNK Tn We have Ueo .i.
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;t nn- i:i fii:h . Kvi rv family
'-"uly. i hiet.v,. Jl.iv '.'(!. IS'..
till l:He it. T.vj.
l" THK ONLY Wa.hi.. , op.,.(; ...m ',. r.:k..it.l MrUW, for, the pul
v:.. art..-,entl..w t:'.r.;.-.:,1 w:h -Mpi- t'Ond- like oj,.
Tl. l'i.::,Wim.-t,-tii.mn;1;:, ! , ,, ilh vi,w I(1,ty iur&iioa.id vi.inily r.r.-.couii - .
u::t,MBl.,trtie p.tion Vfor the rubllc. It I-a ,-ood thi,.:., ami -held 1.,- ,;.. '
. u uii.uii -.ii my no'.'f.'. it n-9 Ih!nrul.d
1 without It - (nun
I fr.il ro;ti!r.e to 1,
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v.i:t win .'jitr-itt'd ly
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i NuW COMING IXToC'ENEEAL 1E.
WAJ.TJClfS I'ATliNT lSOAl'K Oil
NO -MORE CYLINDER
I call the attention of proprietors of Steam Engines to the use of this Valve, by which
agreot saving of fuel is effect.!. The Vulvo being closed on the admission of steam and'
open when cxh .muting, the engine is not liable to get out of linn, as no water is allowed to
accumulate in tho cylinder--tho Valve opening or shutting automatically at each stroke.
Tim cylinder is kept dry when tho engine is not working, as tho Valves aro then kept
open by a spind Hpring, The Vulvo will pay its prico in the saving of fuel in wry
short time, and will last over ten years.
KTStnte imd County flight for Sale. Apply by letter or in person at U03 ChetOM
Avenue, St. Louis.
OF THE WOULD!
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f..i.;,i:e In luy fi;, KW f,,,; 1( s,: '.,,.v
.hi., r and mr!) mie erUBt.iiiirn; I: ,....,.'.
Helean !. htn'l-ji.i. i.
Ill rpi'CtfuKy j-oum.
Cue. A w .1 L
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