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UTIOIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COCNTT.
Vsan Sam lias 1,200,000,000 acres of
laud remaining, which he will sell in lots
U suit the fugitives from the "effete despot
isms."' It may be. will to state that about
500,000,000 acres of this land is about as
poor property to have as any in the world.
As Increase of several milions in the
annual pension bill is accounted for by the
fact that pensions now granted carry with
thcra payment back to the time of the
soldiers discharge from service. In pre
vious years payment commenced with the
granting of pension. The average "first
payment'' to pensioners now is about $000.
; The leading Republicans of Indiuna are
so strongly opposed to the holding of the
State convention in February that the
iormal call will no doubt bo postponed un
til after the meeting of the National com
mittee and some advice is delivered to the
lIooicr stal'.vaits from headquarters.
The policy of the Republican party just
'now is very shaky, and the National com
mittee wijl no doubt inform the Indiana
IC 'publicans of the foolishness of precipi
tating a platform on the country at so curly
a day us they had intended. The plan of
Republican salvation just now is in a pain
ful state of uncertainty und there is no
vpiv.ial necessity for crowding the mourn-
Own progress was made the past wick
in the work of securing from Congress the
legislation ueecssury to open negotiations
looking In the L'to Indians from Colorado,
Sinator Hill's joint resolution authorizingthe
Secretary of the Interior to enter upon such
negotiations was pressed to a vote in tho
senate and passed, the only condition imp-wed
being that in no event shall theso
tribe bo removed to the Indian Territory.
The joint resolution provides for the ap
pointment by the president of a commission
of live persons, or for direct negotiations if
the secretary of the interior shall deem it
most expedient, with a view to bringing
nbout uu arrangement, subject to the ap
proval of congress, whereby tho Indians
shall relinquish all their right in their
present reservation in Colorado, und shall
movo into aomo ether State or Territory.
With tho concurrence of the House prior to
tho holiday adjournment rapid progress
may be mado toward settling the Indian
(picstion in Colorado.
It is probably that tho Northern Pacific
Railroad Company will not ask many more
favors of. Congrce. Their road is so
assured of succesi now that tho public aid
is not required. The grout cause of IhW
change in "twliry is the richness of tho
country developed as tho road proceeds west
ward. No belt of , land on thn continent
could lc aelucted, through which a railroad
could be run overland, that is ho uniform
ly good m that on tho lino of the
Northern Padflc. This fact and tho other,
that the company lias adopted the jsoliry of
selling their lands at govrrment rates for
cash, and of making liberal terms with
other buyers, is causing a rush of emigrants
to thut region. It is expected that thn
nnm policy adopted mi the Tactile Coast
end where they are liknwiwi rapidly con-
tructing their lino eastward to meet tho
eaitoro section, will Invito a Isrgu emigra
tion there. Many who have been over the
belt of country Indicated sajr It la tho
richt land ia the wutld, and that the
amount row held and for sale by the
Northern I'aciflc road Is suflkicnt to found
, A KNAISACK DRILL.
Detroit Free Press.
"A. L R.,"of Wcstfield, Indiana, sends
the following anecdote of his military ex
Let mo give you un anecdote ot some of
the jovial aud lively boys whose presence In
a conpuny did more to promote health and
happiness than tho hospital quinine and
opium pills. In the old 12th Indiana regi
ment there wero four or five of theso kind
of men, full ot life and lun. Here is one
of Enoch Taylor's "gouge games" as he
culls it. It Taylor is living ho knows it's
true, aud I hope he will lorgive me ror us
ing his name.
While in camp in Darnestown, Md., in
1801, an order was issued for knapsack
drill every afternoon. The men were re
quired to pack their t-iothes, etc., as if go
ing on the march, and drill in that shape
for two hours. As the regiment was fonn-
inr. Col. W. II. Link, riding down the line,
observed a few straws protruding from the
lav of Tavlor's knapsack. The rolonel
reined up his horse with, "What have you
got in your knapsack?''
"It is straw," says Taylor.
'What have you got it in there for."'
"Why, colonel, it ain't as heavy as
"(io to your quarters, and to-morrow I
want you in ranks with everything you have
got. Do you hear?"
"All right," says Taylor; "I always obey
orders;" and he walked to his tent. The
next day he appeared in line with a knap
sack well stuffed, his overcoat and blankets
forming a roll about tho size of a ten-gallon
keg, and long enough to extend six
inches beyoud his shoulders, each way,
causing him to occupy the space of two
men in the ranks. The colonel rode down
the line, Taylor's appearance caught his
gaze, and ho halted ;n front of him.
"What in thunder is the matter with
"Nothing at all, colonel," says Taylor;
"you told me yesterday to bring everything
I had. and I vctlone so.
Colonel -"I should think you had."
Taylor "Jes' so."
Colonel "Does nil them belong to you.'"
Taylor "Yes, but I forgot my frying
pan; it's down to the tent."
Colonel 'Tor God's sake go and get it,
and when you do get it stay with it. ?o
to your quarters !"
"All right," says Taylor; "I always obey
orders. I'll go and write to mother while
you drill ami I'll tell her all about this,
and hereafter I don't aim to be imposed on.
I can carry as big. a bundle as anybody, and
no straw in it."
I have ii ad much experience among
atheletics, ball players,, .gymnasts, etc.,
and can testify to the vinr.es of GiW
Iodide Amonia Liuament for 'discoloration,
Bruises and sorenc?s of the Muscles and
oords after violent exercises.
Wim.iam MacMahos, Argyle Room.
Sixth averj'.ie, cor COth street, N. V.
Clues' Pu.iji cures Flatulency.
A Lvov's Wish : "Oh, how I do wish
my skin w as as clear and soft as your,"
said a lady to her friend. "You can easily
make it so," answered the friend. "Howr'
inquired the tirst lady, "By using Hop
Bitters, that makes pure rich blood and
blooming health. It did it for nie, a you
No Mldk im: bus ever been invented to
prevent death ! The best that can be done
is to assist nature in keeping tho functions
of tho body in a condition of health while
life lasts. For biliousness, liver complaints,
costivenes., dyspepsia, and all stomach
disorders take Mott's Liver Pills.
C'ausi: and Ekkklt: The main cause rf
nervousne-s i indigestion, and that is
caused by weakness of the stomach. No
one can have hound nerves and good health
without using Hop Bitters to strengthen
tho stomach, purify the blood, and keep
tho liver and kidueys active, to carry off
all poisonous and waste matter of tho sys
tem. A Card To all who are suffering fn.ui
the errors aud indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weak new, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a receipt that will
cure you, fhkk of charge. This great
remedy was discovered by a misidonary it
South America. Send a sell-addressed en
velope to the Rev. Jo-iKi-ii T. Inman, S?a
tion D. New York City.
If You Ark Sick, Rkad t.ho Kidney
Wort advertisement in another column, an 1
it will explain to you the rational method
of getting well. Kidney-Wort will save
you more doctor's bills than any other
modicino known. Acting with specific en
ergy on the kidneyB and liver, it cures the
worst diseases ca'icd by their derange
ment. Zaxksvii.i.e. Ohio. Sent. 10. 1KTS.
Messrs. Morgan & Allen, 5'J John St., New
i ork City :
Dear Sirs -I am tdeased to inform vou that
father is almost as well us he ever was. His
appetite is improving dailv: hn does not
have to tret ut duritur the nivht. whereua
ho used to get up every half hour. Here-
maikoa at the supper-table this evening
that ho felt so wellbetter than he hail for
several years. Tho quantity of urine now
passed in tho twenty-four hours does not
exceed one-quart tlxt proper quantity
quite a drop from 3f gallons. Will do as
you say, let him eat anything, and if any
return of tho disease you will hear from
mo. lours very truly. J .no. L. Smith.
ZANEHVlt.l.fc. X'iiV. 7 m
Messrs. Morgan & Allen, OU John St. New
) oi k (jity.
Dear Hirs--It hits beeu seme time since I
wrote vou in reirurd to how father
ting along. So I thought I would write to
'uu to-day. I am happy to any that he is
entirely well, has been cured with lev than
three bottles ol Constitution Water. Since
he has been taking tho Constitution yater,
w have heard of a good many cases of dm
betes In tliis city. Ono lady especially m
It very bad. When we Hist heard of her
slit) was down lu bed with it. She bought
ono bottle of Constitution Witter, nnd, after
taking- a few doses, was able to sit up,
Send mo as many circulars ss you can for
tun eaclosetl stamps. There are a great
many persons that want them.
Yours verv trul v. .Tk f. Mu,,.
Ask your druggist for It.
CAIRO 1UJLLETIN: THURSDAY MOENINO, DECEMBER 13, L1979L
70 OHIO LEVKE.
No din or i)iit by monsitn-i beinf? exponod to air.
51 ilk delivered twlee a day,
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try it and nee lor yout-K-'vei.
30 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
c-b ou ut'l:veiyof tkk'ts.
Winter's Mock. Corner Seventh ! reel and Com
mi reinl Avenue, ,
Desire lu inform the cltixeunof CaWi and liinity,
thut die ha a
New anil Larjxe Stock' of GootV
WLii'U. slie will se!) sit actvai. iwr ( r.-ithij of
Hats and Bonnets,
Aud Fine imported !!ue fur I.mlies a ad t.hiidreo.
Ladies' Furnishing d'oods!
All tne very lnleet d1!"!!. Prices an -.v a po
flbie and good marked in plain fitrnre-i. Will not
bo undersold. Cull and rtaminv. No wmIi'iC to
show iod Laaie who c!o no! see vliat they
waft will pli'ttso u.-k for 1.
Ii.-.'.V r iLci; Vlr.iJ ci'
Cord Wood, Stove Void,
BIG MUDDY COAL
A SPKCJ A I TY-
WUOli AXD COAL YAKI):
Tenth Stnet. Between Vadiiiigfou and
OlI'i'iiAiiKE S f-.U.K.
w ii. Teas. or. the fonrih uay of Nu-. r,;V:. A. I).
lf.f. Kmerald K. Davis execau-d ami d'-hver:d tu
Henry Wells, the titnl' rxicnej, for tie) use of the
Alexander 'otinty Kank, bin certain promlory
uoti-of that datfi. for three thou'arel doi!aM paya
ble to il;e order of o:' said lleury Wolls for the ui
hliiri 'uid, one ycarafter the date threof, will: in
tt re-t at the rate of t.,n per c-ut jier nuii'im from
tlie dale of f ti ill note, and hi the same time ami
iUUmctc ut.'d. acknowledged aud delivered to a!d
Henry Wells, for the i? afuresaid. a cer'alti -ale
miinsaue on lots numbered thirty -oi.e ('ill and
thirty-two (::-.') in block numbered twenty-four it)
and lots nainlK rcd S';Veu 'and eight iS'ln block
numbered lift -one .Ml In tbe ci'v of Cairo, county
of Alexander and state of Illinois, to e(jre tho
payi,-n of said promissory note; Hhjili said sale
mort'L'e coiitaiuii a power of mn a'ltl'.oriint; said
Menry Widls iu ca-e, of default hi the uay'uient of
said note or any part thereof, to sell naid p'rumines,
or any part thereof, and all eotiity of reik-mption
therein at public vendue to the' l:itrli-t bidder for
eash.attbe conrt-boJie in t. airo aforesaid, after
first t-'ivinv; tweiKY days notice of the time, place
and term- of n!J s-aie. will more faily appear
by referent- to the rord of said mortjtfi'.'e which
v"a reeoroed in the r'-conler's nnice in I'uiroalore
said on the th day of November. A. 1. 1SH. In
book "'." on page
Ai d. whereas, defav.it hu- been made in thr pay
ment of aid note and every pirt thereof, and the
whole of 'aid rote lieiiignrnv dueaud unpaid: now,
therefoie. the undersigned will, on Tuesday, the
Ltth day of J.inttarv. A.I). ISM), at the hour of two
(-i o'clock p. in of -aid dav. at the westerly door
of the court lions", iu Cairo aforesaid, sell the said
preni-es and a 1 equity of redemption therein, or
so much tPereof l may be necssary to pay off and
disihuife the said note and the expenses of said
kale, to 'he MtfheH bidder for cash In hand, aud
will make and iecuto to the purchaser or purchas
ers, good and -utHclent d'-eu, or deeds, for tbe
prciii!-so-o!d. HENRY VS FI.L. .Mortyuc.
Cairo, I!i., Dec 13, 1ST!'.
QTATE ir ILLINOIS. (
O (.'ottu'y of Alexander, l Circuit roar of Aicxan
aud'tr Cor.uty, February Term, A. 1). ls-.
Muttie.1. tinea, i
v. '-Illvorcq. In f.htt.cery.
Ri-linrd su-a. ) ,
Atlidavit of the uon-resn'.cnce of Richard shea,
'he eelcndant above named, having been tiled iu the
ttlre of th clerk of said Circuit Court of Ali xan-h-r
county, notice Is hereby ttjvcn to the said non
r:ident defendants, that the complainant bus tiled
b'-r bill ol complaint i said Court on the Chancery
side tlejeof on the s,ib day of December, A. H. 1SVD.
:md that a summons thnrettpon Issued out of .aid
( o-. r' uiruliist said defendant, remrtiable oh the JoB
Monday ul February, A. V. 1-WJ, a-t is hy law n-(ttit'-d.
Now, therefore, unless yon, the said Richard Shea
-ball pcrsunally be and appear before the said Cir
cal: Conrtof Alexander county on the first day of
tri next term thereof, to be holdeii at the Court
House In the City of Cairo, in said county, on the
-.cd .Monday of February, A. I) ll-'O, and plead,
atjHwer or demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same, and tho matters and things
'herein chared and stated, will be taken as con
fessed, and u decree entered against you occordlUL;
to the prayer of said hill. JOHN A. Ititl-.VK.
hfi. W. IIkniikicxh, Clerk.
Cairo. IVcH.ih.A.D. 1S7J. .
Pl'MCATION FOR PARDON.
Notice la hetehv clven that I will, en thn Hem dnv
of January, or as soon thereafter as I can obtain a
hearluir, nuply to lils Excellency the Govcrwir of
thn Htatfl of Illinois, for a pardou from a life en
trnci) pronounced atjalnst mn In the I'ircult Court
of Alexander county, Illinois, ut thu April Term of
uie fliexanner ixiuuty circuit uourto A. j). ist.
under which 1 am now coaflned It) lite Stutc's Dill
on at Jollet.
This sih day of December IRTfl.
CJIAKl.KS W AI.htli, I'etltlOlli-r
11 r vittu't ol an execution In mu directed. Iiv the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexander County. In
the State of Illinois, In favor of .lame Kelt and Wil
liam I', llulllday. aud aeulnst Cairo Uox and Itasket
Company I have levied upon ths follovvlne de
scrlhed property, to-wlt ; Lots one to rlf;ht, tiotli
Inclusive, In block numbered onedt.and lotsone to
-it.'ht, both inclusive, In block numbered rltihl (Hi,
In thu fifth addition to the city of Cairo, Alexander
County, Illinois, liicludlnir license, and permission
to and erect and maintain hulldlut!. etc., on thn
levnu slope In front of said lots, ns spoi'lDd Iu deed
Irom Taylor Parsons. trUBtcei.elc. dated March
tilst, Ihvi. loircthcr with ah and alnt-ular. the mill
poller house, drv kiln, nlllce, sbeds and biilldlnns,
on said lots and premise, situated together with all
nud sltijrular, thn appurtenances, fixtures, hollers,
etiKiuss, shw mill, shaftings, belilngs, pullles and
other machinery, saws, tools nid machines of every
kind and dew-rlpllou whauuevi-r, appertaltilufj. be
lonnltiit to, or lu any way eonstlimina part and par
cel of, or used lu, wUt ! known as the Cairo Box
and liaskri Company Factory; which I shall offer at
tiiibllc.vendue, ou the premises, as above described,
lu the fifth addition to the cltv of Cairo, ronnty of
Alexander anil rliate or Illliiol's, tm the fHd day of
pecemher, 1S7II, at 10 o'clock, a.i.i,
l):ted this, Cairo, Illinois, day of Noveuiber,
A, 1.,1H70, '
' JOHN 1IODOKH, Hherlff.
P1W HI VlUUUm.Krstortuiiea every month.'
! !"J..i''"t. fr''4 "nlaltiltiy tnerTthlns. Address
M.XIKU4t.U,baaksrf.,7Willl!t. New Wik.
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
lltmieopathicriiysIoJan and Surgeon.
.fflcii 140 Ci, amoKlal ayfnuc. lliialdenw corner
) ftirtecnth Ht. and W aahlnirton avenue, Cairo.
It. E. W. WH1TLOCK,
Grrier No. 1.16 Commercial Avenue, between
KlKhtli and Ninth Streeu
It. W. C. JOCELYN,
DENTIS T .
OI'l'IC'E Eluhtk Sitycet, near Cotn:ercta,. Avenue.
Notary I'lihlic and Conveyancer.
OFFICE :-Wltb the Widowa' and Oorpnans' Mu
ual Aid Society.
J" IN EG Alt & LANSDEN,
OI'FICF.-No. IIS Commsrctal A veto.
THK WEEKLY BVI.LBT1N.
The Weekly Bulletin.
FORTY -LIGHT COLUMNS
PUBLISHED ON MONDAY
91.50 to Clnlw of Ten And Upward!
-THE ELECTIMC (JLBAN8EK.-
HAS NO EQUAL FOR UENERAL HOUSE-CLE A N ING
PURPOSES. KOR WASIIIN( CLOTHES,
FOR THE MYTH, ctC, ctC.
For Cleaning Taint, Varnished Surfaces, Window Glass, Minors, Gold Ytuiu,
Marble, Pianos, Sewing Machines, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Case,, Itrones,
Cut Glass, Globes, Gas Fixtures; Removes Pitch nnd Tar from the Hamls or C!.dhin
rendily, At., Ac.
FOR I'SE AS A DISINFECTANT sl''"
Any UiiiiK Koilod bv Oil. or OHIOA.i;,!. I lio. or I
jMarkH.or by Dirt of any lvind.it w ill t-loan
W I rr 11 O U T SOA
To Vi-n:i-,N ( oalinu Co.viiis.v- I have t.sul Coaiiue in tuy family fud i; a.' ;in Mj.vlu: :ur is
claim for It. It iscertainly stiperior to toap as a cleaner and murh more economical I- remoTe. d:r'
rom fabric. w:om inlurin- tie U-xun or changitif fa.t colors It cleans the hand, it,,) )t ,Vc tl.c
soft. It aNo heali sores and chapped hand) readily. Drapec'.fully your,
WILLI xM S KVEl:ETT.lllCotUK,i.ipv A.e hil(Jr
To ntr WrTTKN Coaunk Co-We hare been tisinc iu our family "Coallnr," an article manulj -tr,: ;
iH this dty. and find it one of tbe most useful thlug- for family dm- we have ever known er heard of.
-.vashli, Krnbbins, c'.ennins elasc, silver, tanc trr.-ae spot- out of lolhlnj and carp, ts, etc. we thiir.
it nas no eHual. Uvcrr family shonld have it The price is io l.iyr as to brlnK It within I he reach id eve ,
body. Chicaco, May '.'d, IS?!'. ' ( j KtV,
tIS THE ONLY Washing Competed sold in I'.ulk, and strhtiy for cash, frivint; the pnl.l , , i ..
and valuable article at a low fljure cmpetiiis with siaplc ijoods like Soap.
The follovvlne testimonials from persons with vh'm many in Cairo ai.d vicinity ate aitiii:tec. P"
coaline In Iu true position befur the public. It is a food thln, and should be uera!ly usd :
Ihaveuscd roallne In my house. It save laborrnd vve tbth-. and I IncYpmshe. 1 uidro
be without It.-Ccntralja. HI.. Aojrnst IV.h. 1"0. jk.s JA.VKs Mi KAIL
I find coaline to be all thai p claimed for II. mil rhn rlnlly r-comni ud It -Central; I'.ino-.
Aucust istb.i:-.. jiiw. p. osi.'i;v. '
' I have used coaline to clean head !i-;Uts of e:iKini , where tl.r li,i j. Laiafimd. and! usually c;,Me ,(
with coucenuated lye. I foutd coallno o do the woik fully as well a. ;(Utah, vlthout Its injure s
tlTects.-Ceniralla. III., AcrusI Hob. IK". C. HILLS. Korrn.Mi Paint Shop, I C. I! J;
All li-adlne crucer will bare it. and c(,n srppl.v their ei ti.ir.ern in a few Cays. It I. i w J ;
be. at all time, obtiirahie t L
Ciont'ral A nts.
Heatls of Families will full and Git a Sniiijile. Free lor Trial, at our Storti
NO. 7i- .
OHIO LEY EI
CY LIS' 1 1
SAYB YOUR MilifES!
Acldrc.s MOIJ Cliotrau Avcmu'. St. Louis.
We Dt'siic t call Your attention to Our
"PATENT STEAM CYLINDER VALVE;'
WHICH IS NOW COMING INTO GENERAL rE.
WALTER'S J.'ATKNT ESC A OR
NO MORE CYLINDER
I cull Uo attention of proifriutorM of Steam Engines to the tine of this Vtilvr, by vvhicit
a great saving of fuel is effected. Tho Vulvo lring elosod on tlie ndmission of utenm un.i
oiwn when rxhaufiting, thfi engine is not liable to get out of line, tm no water Ls allowed to.
accumulate in tho cyliudertho Vulvo opening or shutting automatically ut ench stroke.
Tho cylinder In kept dry when tho cngino is not working, as tho Vulvcs are then kop.
0)cn by a spiral spring. The Valvo will pay its price In tho SRving of fuel in vary
short time, and will last over ten years.
HTState and County Right for Sale. Apply by letter ot in poison nt 1408 ClxWi
Avenue, 8t. Lonls.
OP THE WORLD I
f ( COALINE
R A "MALI. OI'ANTITV i
ACE III l',j: liltlM KCTl i
AV A TKIi,
(orner Eighth St.
anil WHshinston Aver.-t.
va i;v io
HEADS JHtOKEN OUT.