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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FKIDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 18S0.
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OKF10IAL PAPER 07 ALEXANDER COUNTY.
we arc authorized to announce GEORGE E.
OLMSTED a a candidate for Police Maturate,
ttbe eusuing municipal election.
Editor Cairo Bulletin:
Please announce that 1 am a candidate for the
office of alderman, at the ensuing municipal elec
tion, to represent the Fourth Ward.
. ADOLPH SWOBoDA.
Yielding to the solicitation of many citizen. I
hereby announce mvsclf a candidate for Alderman,
from tbe Third ward ut the ending elee'lou.
B. F. BLAKE.
Wc are authorized to announce that, in compli
ance with the request of a number of voter. Hon.
T. W. Hallidtiv will tatid a a candidate for re
election to the city council from the Fifth ward.
Wc arc authorized to place the r.ame of C. U.
Woodward before the voter of tbe Second ward as
a candidate for re election to the city council from
GEN. U. S. GRANT IN CA1KO TO
DAY. General Grant will be received by our
people to-day by citizens of Illinois, Ken
tucky and Missouri not as an cx-president of
the United States, nut as the probable pres
idential nominee of one of the great politi
cal parties of the day; but as a great mili
tary chieftain, who enterod upon his bril
liant career here in Cairo, and who fought
his first buttle so near our thresholds that
the guns of the opposing forces were plain
ly heard by our people. From that bloody
engagement, leadiDg the bravest and hard
iest men that ever shouldered muskets, lie
went forth conquering and to conquer,
literally hewing his way with his
sword to the sea, and finally crushing down
the most gigantic rebellion ot whic h history
furnishes any record, and opening up, there
by, the way to a more perfect and prosperous
union of the states. For his services in
this great work, Democrats and Republi
cans, southern men and northern men, with
glad hearts and the open-handed hospi
tality for which we have become proveibial,
will welcome the great chieftain to our
midst to-day, and will vie with each other
in doing him honor.
The routine of formal ceremonies h in
dicated by the programme in another col
umn. In pursuing it, and in our general
demeanor during the day and evening, let
us betray that congeniality of feeling, that
moderation in all things, so essential to
pleasant and profitable results, in occasions
like that in which all of us propose, to-day,
One of our northern exchanges has re
cently called attention, with some ulurin, to
the great preponderance of artillery in Can
ada over that in the United States. It is
said that the Canada malitia arc well tup
.plied with artillery and drilled in the exer
cise and practice, so that in case of war we
should be at once confronted by a strong
force to which we could oppose no mitlitia
or artillery.,, As artillery rarely ever kills
anybody, perhaps wo would do well to stick
to the musket and let them fool away time
on those braggart guns which bark aud
Delaware is tlio most backward of all
tho states ia tho matter of education for
children of colored people Tho only
provision made for tlieni is a luw taxing
colored people in beliulf of scliools for their
own race. From that source about $1,800
a year are raised. That sum is not suffi
cient to afford education advantages to
one-tenth of the colored children. That
class of children is therefore growing up
In ; ignorance. Delaware, however, de
pends upon tho whipping post to keep
them on their good behavior. There is
not a stato in the south that treats colored
children so shabbily.
There are more than one thousand
pension bills pending in the house. In the
history of no country, where pensions are
paid, has such a phenomenon as the rapid
increase of wounded and disabled soldiers,
fifteen years after a war, been recorded.
The tendency now is to pension every man
who served in the Union army and support
his family and descendants to the end of
time. The amount annually paid for pen
sions is about $30,000,000. This year it
will run up te over $40,000,000. The
whole amount which Great Britain pays in
the shape of pensions, annuities, etc , to
civil, military, naval and other pensioners,
including the annuities to the royal family,
is about $80,000,000." Of this the naval
and military pensions amount to less than
TnE New York Times has dug up a
matter of centennial importance in the
carious fact that the home of the "Father
of his Country," Mount Vernon, was named
after the English naval hero, under whom
Lawrence 'Washington served, the man who
invented "grog."' The ladies who are keep
ing up tho place did not promptly know
that they were perpetuating the name of
the inventor of that seductive compound
which causes every sailor to prick up lis
ears at the sound of six bells, eleven o'clock
or grog, the recogni7.ed time, the world
over for a morning nip, at least amongst
civilized people who do not look upon the
rosy before breakfast. It is said to have
been named "grog"' from the grogram waist
coat Admiral Nernon constantly wore,
which procured him the name of "Old
Congress has been very liberal with
those railroads which have not complied
with the conditions on which they received
their land grants. Towards the Northern
Pacific railroad particularly, very generous
policy has been pursued. It is probable,
however, that no farther favor9 will be ex
tended to the road. It is now before con
gress, asking for an extension time, so as to
prevent a forfeiture of its land grant. The
amount of laud now subject to forfeiture, is
30,000,000 of acres, worth, perhaps, $100,
000,000. The re-organized Northern Pa
cific Company has managed the affairs of
the corporation so as to put millions in the
pockets of its favorites, while the original
holders of the bonds aud stocks of the com
pany are left to do what they can with
their ulmost valueless securities. The com
pany is now asking for a further extension
of time, which will not be granted
The iron trade ot the country for the
year past has enjoyed a prosperity almost
without a parallel in the history of this
branch of American industry. But to all
appearances the boom juJf now is aground.
At the last meeting of the Iron Association
in Pittsburg it was resolved to reduce the
card rate of iron from 4 cents to 1J.2 cents.
Discussion showed that the advance to four
cents was a mistake; that it had not been
maintained, and that the present lull in
trade necessitated a reduction. Under the
reduction the pay of puddles will be $5.80
per ton, a reduction of $1.45 per ton, Ore
is $12 per ton, against $7.50 and $y a few
monts ago. Other departments of labor
arc higher. Manufacturers contend that
the price of pig must not exceed $:;0 for
mill and $:J'( for foundry iron, or the im
portation of English and Scotch pig will
continue. There is a willingness to pay a
little more for American pig, but not such n
difference. A Pittsburg dispatch says that
a number of blast-furnace men have con
tracts for one year ahead at high prices. It
is not known how they will meet tho reduc
tion, but it must come. The foundries are
busy making machinery for rolling-mills,
showing the faith of manufacturers in the
future of the trade. Nails will not be re
duced, as they are only two cents above
tho card of liar iron, which is regarded as
a fair rate.
Estahlish healthful co-operation be
tween the btoinaeh, the liver and tho bow
els, if you want to banish sick headaches,
nervousness, and mental despondency.
I' ponthe vigor of the first named organ de
pend the good service of the two latter.
That tine stomachic, llostetter's Hitter,
pure, approved by physicians, derived from
tho best botanic sources, soon put to route
tho symptoms which make the live of ner
vous, bilious Invalids miserable. The very
fountain head of such trouble is feebleness
of digestion, for which it is an incompara
ble, long established and widely celebrated
remedy. It builds up tho constitution
when shaken by disease, and protects it
ujrainst malarial and other hurtful in
fluences. It is an agreeable appetizer, a
useful strengthening cordial for tho conval
escent, and greatly mitigates tho gathering
infirmities of age.
Grateful Women, None receive so
much benefit, and none are so profoundly
grateful and show such nn interest in rec
ommending Hop Bitters as women. It is
the only remedy peculiarly adapted to tho
many ills tho sex is almost universally sub
ject to. Chills and lever, indigestion or
'deranged liver, constant or periodical sick
headaches, weakness in tho back or kid
neys, pain in the shoulders and different
parts of tho body, a feeling of lassitude
and despondency, are all readily removed
by these Bitters. Courant.
Rockbridge Illinois, Juno 7, 1S79.
Messrs. Morgan & Allen, 5!) John St., New
York City : 'Dear Sirs Enclosed wo send
you testimonial of tho efficacy of your
Constitution Water" bv Hon. J. M. P,
Wasliburnc, of this state extensively
known throughout the United Stiitcs
which you are at perfect liberty to publish
for the benefit of suffering humanity.
Yours respectfully, J. Kelly & Co.
Messers. J. Kelley & Co: Sirs The
"Constitution Water" I bought of you is a
good medicine, and I cheerfully recom
mend it to those afflicted with the diseases
it is intended to cure. Respectully yours,
J. M. P. Washburno. Ask your
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall.
Mich. Will send their celebrated Elec tro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon b"0 days
trial. Speedy cures Guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
Profit, $1,200. "To sum it up, six
long years of bed-ridden sickness, cesting
$200 per year, total $1,200 -all of this ex
pense was stopped by three bottles of Hop
Bitters, taken by my wife. She has done
her own housework for a year since, with
out the loss of a day, and I want everybody
to know it. for their benefit. N. E. Farmer.
How to Grow Fat. Just now when so
many fat people are trying to grow lean, we
would suggest that it would be a good idea
for lean ones to try and grow fat. To do
this keep the bowels and liver regulated
with Mott's Liver Pills, and your digestion
will be good, and you grow tat rapidly.
Brown's Household Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, back or bowels,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should be
in every family. A teaspoonful of the Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 25 cts. a bottle.
Much Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to' the most delicate child. This val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found tc be ali-o-lutely
sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-five cents a box.
A Great Discovery i:y a Great Man.
This, primarily, is what Warner's Safe
Nervine is. The great man is one of the
most f.iinons living physicians, lie found
a harmless remedy lor all kinds of pain,
others improved it, aud the final result is,
the Safe Nervine now manufactured by II.
H. Warner k Co.
A Democrat Curf.p. A leading Demo
crat of Burlington, Mr. E. M. Stutton,
speaks in the highest terms of the curative
power of the celebrated Kidney-Wort. It
first cured him ot a distressing kidney dis
ease, and he now uses it whenever he has
any symptoms of biliousness or needs ton
ing up. It nets efficiently on tho bowels,
and cures the worst cases ol piles.
PROMPT relief in sick headache, dizzi
ness, nausea, constipation, pain in tho side,
etc., guaranteed to those u.-ing Carter's Lit
tle Liver Pills.
"As Old Physician's Advice." Coughs
colds, asthma and other pulmonary affec
tions should lc looked to and promptly
treated in time and thus all serious results
may be avoided, and for this purpose we
know of no better remedy than "Dr.
Swayne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry." Tho first dose gives relief, and it is
sure to cure the worst cold or cough in n
very short time. Try a 25 cent bottle and
be convinced, and you will thus ivoid a
doctor's bill, and most likely a serious spell
of sickness. Price 25 cents and $1 per bot
tle, or six bottles $5. The large size is the
most economical. Prepared by Dr. Swayne
- Son, WM North Sixth street, Philadel
phia. Sold by all prominent druggists.
rpilK CKLK1IIIATED (ILYCI'.ltIN 12 LOTION
Hlvi' Immediate relief, and radical cure for
Diphtheria, I'lifiiiiimitii , Mnri Thmut,
IntliiiiiiimtliMi of the lainirx, Ktc
Utile llm k, liittiiniinatliiii tif the hliliiev., llnoW.
elie, Pile, lllitilniiii, or Sotelieni nl Die (Vet from
whatever ruime, ltiimr or henlili. nmliill liiilntnma-
tory IUue. "Snjiuiiule'-vOIIPiivKliiu, )onoi
ueiltat tit hny a buttle.
by letter ""'UKU'd f lri'ul"r" 't''1 fri'u "" "I'I'llcaitun
We ifiiurntitet mlrarllnti or niol.ey rolliiidud,
Price. fiOc. and 1 per bottle. ' ,Ul""uuu'
HaMI'BL Oisiuir t'oMI'AHr.
ProprleiniK, tfi; Hrendwnr. New Yok
Trad mpplled by JJorrlM.u, Pluii.im r A Co
45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
I)n. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a Temecly "lor all
the ills that flesh is beir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, and all Billious com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVEIi.
No better cathartic can bo used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they arc unequaled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS..
The genuine arc never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLane's Liver Pill.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C.
McLane and Fleming Bros.
Ftflnsist upon having tho genuine Dr.
C. McLane'b Liver Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., rittsbtirffh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July 14th, lb77, Under the
Laws of the State of Illinois.
Copprighted July 9, 1S77, under
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTON, President.
Mn. A. P.TAYLOR,
J. A. GOLDST1NE,
Dn. J. J.GORDON,
THOMAS LEWIS, -
ROABD OF MANAGERS:
J.J. GORDON. Pbvioeion Cairo, Ills
Mr. A. P. TAYLOR. Superintendent of
school , Alexander I'uantv " "
J. A. (iOLDSTINE. of Guideline A Ro
enwaier. WI10I. uie and Retail Dealer
in Staple and Fancy iry Goo'! '
N. II. t11ITLEWOOI. of Hiukie Jc
ThiHtlcwood. Coiiiml-ciou Merchant,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor " "
S. D. AYIlES, of Ay re Co., Coinmi
"inn .Merchant . . " "
THOMAS LEWIS, IiHUrancu Manager
nijil Attorney at Law . . "
WM. sTKAT'l'ON of stratton H bird
Whole'uiu (ipxerc "
GEO. M. ALDEN. Cuii;miiou .Mer
chant. TS Ohio Levee " "
JAS. S. REARDEN. A'elit .lii.:i.pi
Valier Tra!ip'irtiitioii Company " "
CllAS "It. STI ART. Wholei-aie and Re
tail Drv Gondii and Notion " "
EDWARD A. ELDER, Munul;.eturini
Jewler and W'hnlesa.e dealer 111 Wateh
makcr' Tool and Material '
CHARLES LANCASTER, Lanater &
Rice, Lumber Healer ' "
C o. PATIER. C. 0 Paticr & Co,
Whn!eal and Retail Merchant 11
Iii:v. H.Y.GEOltGK, Pastor Presbyterian
Church.... " "
J. 1 . WHITE. ItjfUrnnce Au"'tit " "
o. W. MtKEAHf. 1'oMnittMer ' "
S. P. WHEELER, Attorney und Co'incel-
or at Law " "
Mit. LoUIsA KISIMSACK " "
OsCAU UAYTH RN, Wbuleal aud
Retail Hoot' Shoe and Dry OocmI. ... " "
A .1. HIRI), Merchant and Steamboat
I ll'roiirietor " "
WILLIAM KI.UoE. (.enerul Menh'difc "
P. G. SCHLll, Whleal mJ Retail
J.T. HENNIE. Foundry aud Machinist..
ALlsERT LEWIS "
Me.-. L, A IIOWARI). Hoarding House " "
W. F. PITCHER, Insurance Aacnt " "
A. HAI.I.EY, Dealer in Stove, Tin und
Hardware " "
E. W. GREEN, Green, Wood & Ileiiuttt
Miller " "
II F. PO'ITER, Editor and Publisher
Ariiun-.loiimal Mound City, "
M11-. t.. A. AYHRS Villa Rl'lt'c,
A.J. UtENCH, Farmer Dird Point, Mo
'pAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
ToW. W, M. McPheclcr and all other whom It
Yoii are hereby notified, Hint a hc of real etate,
made hvthucolfcctor, 1'eierMillp. at then:illi west
door ol' 1 he court boiie, in the cny of Cairo. Coun
ty of Alexander and Stale of Illinois. 011 Hie 1'ith
dav of July, A. It, is"s. It. s. Y or inn
rtiV' '.used followltiL' ib'scribeil real estate,
lui.iied In paid county for the tare, special a
essuiinl. peiialtle and crisis, due anil unpaid
thereon for the vear A . D. 1S77 mid prior years to
wit: 'I tin fractional outh west of settlon thirty-five
(afii. township flfleeu (', uth rane three (:',i
Sal'd land hclnur taxed In the niune of W. W. M
Mcl'heeler. and that the. time allowed by law for
the redemption ol ald real estate will ex pirn on
the luth dav of July, A. D. IKsii, nl which time 1
will upply for a deed,
JAMES A. C. Mi l'HF.ETEItS,
Notice I hereby ulvitn, that on tlei Rith day of
April next, between the I111111 of pi o'clock In the
loruiiooii and A o'clock In the nlteruooii of said
(lav, ill tliu lain residence of William O Callahan,
deceased, In tbe city ol'Calro, county of Alexander,
and tnte of lllltiol, the personal property of said
decedent, coli'lslliitf of household ami kitchen fur
niture, bureau, bedstead, withstand, bed and
licdillhK. stoves, cookliitf utensil, bar fixture,
counter, one row mid oilier ankle, will be sold at
public sale, Term of sale eab In baud.
' PATRICK MOCKLER.
March l, IsW. Administrator.
iiTAii (iri.ir.r.tR 11 iiai.i.ihav, simcx iicuiie,
The iinilersltMied. havlnir been appointed admin
istrator with tlie will annexed of the estate of Lit
win It. Ilnlllday, slncii lluvlie, Into of the county
of Alexander and stale of Illinois, deceased, hereby
liives notice Hint hu will appear before the county
court ol Alexander county, ill the court honsu In
Cairo at the May term, 011 tint third Monday In
May next, Ht whl :h time all person having claim
lnlnl nld cstuto are notified und rcimitcd to
attend for the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All person Indebted to snld lain r rco,noted
to make Immudlato payment to tho tinderlitned,
IlKNIlV L. IULLHIA.V,
Administrator with will annexed.
Dated thli WtU day ot March, A. 1)., ltttO.
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