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THE1 DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: ; FRIDAY ' MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1879.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
inir KOMIM (llOKMT. WCtlTill).
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Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois
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OFFICIAL PA PES OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
E. A. Burnett,
pOR ASSESSOR AND TREASURER.
We arc authorized to announce Georus Vf.
8aons as a candidate for election to tho oflice
of Assessor and Treasurer of Alexander County at
the npproacliinjj November election.
The Convcntiou to talk about the im
provement of tho Mississipi River, anil to
devise plausible reasons for expending f 100,
000,000 of taxes in the effort, will meet at
Quincyon the 15th of this month. Dele
gates from twenty States and scores of cities
arc expected to bo present. The Convention
will continue three days. On the evening
of tho second day the citizens ot Quincy
will entertain tho delegates at a banquet.
The belief that prevails among western
Dcincrats that Robinson will bo olectod
Governor of New York, is not based upon
any direct knowledge of the situation, but
upon the fact that Samuel J. Tilden was
to hinge his destinies with
Tilden undoubtedly knows
more about the politics of New York than
any other living man, and nothing short of
an absolute certainty of success, would
have induced him to assume his present
attidudc. It is a big game ho is playing;
but the old man Bccms sure of his cards.
The Springfield Journal is the only news
paper on our exchange list that continues to
August its readers with the idiotic rant and
fustian of the Okolona States. It mattered
nothing with the Journal that neither Dem
ocrats nor Republicans in tho North would
receive Bach fragmentary blatherisms direct
ly from the lips of the Okolona man him
self. In utter contempt of that fact it con
tinues to dose its readers with tho second
handed Btuff, with an industry that could
scarcely be improved upon were its readers
clamoring for more, instead of exhibiting
crery possible evidence ot disguBt and
In saying that, if the capital of this coun
try is ever removed from its present site, it
is to be hoped that the foolish idea of ced
ing or setting aside a tract of land for a
governmental district, will be abandoned,
the editor of the Alton Democrat, is both
sound and sensible. There is no necessity
for it Id other countries tho capital oitios
are not governed differently fiom others. It
is the scat of national government, but its
municipal government goes on just tho
same. Why a district should be created
and a Board also created for the special gov
ernment of that district is more than we can
comprehend. The experience of the Dis
trict of Columbia under the Infamous Shep
herd Board has not given the inhabitants a
tery good opinion of "district" government.
The District ot Columbia should bo divided
between Maryland and Virginia.
We still cling to many of the barbaric
likings and passions of the earlier ages,
Prominent among these likings Is our pas
sion foj military clamor, pomp and splen
dor. The man who has shown himself
fruitful in plans and devices for destroying
human life on the battlefield, is idolized
he is put far above tho statesman who by
his diplomacy has saved his people tho hor
ror! of an exhausting and devastating war,
And there are no positions or honors that
we Are not eager to thrust upon him. The
ouharmonized noise of the fife and drum
stove ui to patriotic thrills and impulses.
We feel ourselves bristling all over wit!
imaginary sabers, swords and bayonets as
we come within hearing of tho ruo-a-dub-dub
of' tho drum and tho
car-piercing' squeak of the fifo
and will make jouvnies of hundreds of inilcs
to witness a sham battle to sco how men
slaughter each other on tho battlo-flold. Wo
sco columns of bravo fellows mowed down
by supped grape and canister tho fiel
sprinkled over with tho bodies of tho sham
dead ; and go into ccstacics over tho sight,
because it resembles tho terrible reality 1
We needn't tell tho intelligent reader that
we will bo better men and women, and will
have attained nearer to tho piano of true
civilization, when wo comtcmplatc such
sights and scenes with feelings of horror. A
love of country is a noble and ennobling
passion ; but a passion for tho pomp and
circumstance of war, is quite another thing.
No man loves his country less because he
has no love for the enginery that might fill
it with widows and orphans, with bloody
graves and desolate homes.
Tub Venomous Breath ok Malaria
docs not infect the systems of those who
use llostetter s btomach Bitters as a precau
tion against it. Nor is it less useful as a
remedy where intermittent and remittent
fever has fully established itself, in conse
quence of a neglect of preventive measures.
It checks the paroxyisins with astonish ing
certainty, and eradicates this type of dis
ease, even in its most inveterate form. This
medicine is an especial boon to the emigrant
population of the far West,' where fevers of
a malarial type are particularly prevalent,
but the recognition of its merits is so far
from being limited, that it is known and
appraised at its true value throughout the
breadth of America. Travelers by land
and sea, miners and sojourners in unhealthy
localities, esteem it highly, and arc its most
constant purchasers, and in many a rural
household far and wide it is the chosen
BRAINARD'S MUSICAL WOULD.
Ekaisard'8 Musical Would for October
comes to us full of musical news and items
of interest to musical people. Besides the
large amount of reading mutter, the present
number contains two new songs, "Keep one
Little Thought for Me," and "Furies of
Dreamland." Also a piano duct by Bauin
bach, and a new polka by Klien. The
Musical World can be had of any news
dealer, or a specimen copy will be sent on
receipt of fifteen cents, by tho publisher.
Subscription price 11.50 per annum, or
$100 with valuable premium. S. BRAIN
ABO'S SONS, 153 Stato Street, Chicago,
. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy To
bacco. JJirKRJAL GRANTS!.
"SUFERIOR NUTRITION THE LIFE."
The Great Medicinal Food.
ho Bal vator For Invalids and tho Aped. An In
comparable Aliment for the Growth and Protec
tion of Inlauts and Children. A Mipcilor
Nutritive In Continued Fevers, nnd tt
Iieliable iiemediul A Kent iu all Diseases of tho
Homacn aim intestines
rpillS Justly celebrated Diktctic Phkparatios is,
A in composition, principally the Nlcteh derived
from the white vunteu unt vhi:at Ikhkai., a
solid extract, the invention of an eminent Cheuiipt,
it lias uot only been tiiniuy recommended, but cer
tified to by a lurgc number of Chemists uud Physi
cians representing a very hldi degree of medical
science as the Safest, Most Acceptable and Hotel!
ble Food for the (irowth and Protection of Infants
and Children, and lor Mothers lacking tsulUclen
Nourishment for their offspring.
Uullke those preparations mado from animal or
vinous mutter, which are liulilc to stimulate the
brain and irritate the digestive organs, it embraces
in its clementury composition -
That which makes strong Hone and Mnscle. That
which mukes good Flesh uud Blood. That wrllrh is
cusyofDIgestion-never constipating. That w hich is
kind and friendly to the Brain, and that which actsus
a preventive of those Intestinal Disorders Inciden
tal to Childhood.
And. while it would be difficult to conceive of any.
thlirg In Food or Desert more creamy and delirious,
or more nourishing and strengthening us an ali
ment In Fevers, I'ulmonarv Complaints, Ilvspepsi
and General Debility, its Uaiir Medicinai.' Excll
lence in all Intestinal Diseases, especially iu
Dyscnterv, Chronic Diarrhoea and Cholera Infan
IlaS'been lncoutcstably Proven.
Sold Wholesale and
FRINC1FAL CITIES of tho UNITED STATES.
JOHN CARLE A SONS. NEW YORK,
MRS. M. A. S WANDER,
Winter's Blin k, Corner Seventh direct and Com
Desires to Inform thcladlea of Cairo ami Vicinity
that she has on band and receiving dully, direct
irom ine eastern cities, a very large and complete
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS.
Hoslery-sll slr.es Slid colors-fl cts. to one dollus
per pair, corsets, w en. iu j'i.cw, ana run afsurt
Ladies' Furnisliiiig Goods!
All the verr latest designs. Trices as low n tins.
slbls and goods marked In plain figures. Will not
be undersold. Cull and examine. No trouble to
show goods Ladles w ho do not see what they
iiuiiv nil I'iunpi hi 44 lor li
Corner Washington Avcnoo and Eight Ktreut.
CAIRO, .!;! s ILLINOIS
A foil and eotnplet supply of tho best of all
kinds meat always on ba4l. 1
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, . . .
KSTATK Of AtfXANUEB TWKNT1, DKCBAHX1).
hnvlnffbeen appointed admin
Istratrlx of thu estate of Alexander Twente, late of
the county of Alexander and slate or Illinois, de-
J i ....lln, that Viuwlll an.i.k.ii. U..
ceased, nereuy Kive uumu " aiycur uu-
f,,m ,.,i, mvi'iinrt of Alexander county, at the
couit-houvo in Cairo, at the December term, ou the
third Holiday In December next, at which time all
perona bavin claims Hcelnst said estnteare notified
and requested to attend for the purpose of havluf
the same adjusted. All persons indebted to paid
estate are requested to make Immediate payment
10 ma uu(ttTi(rnen.
Dutud this i'lth day of September, A. D. 1S7H.
ELIZA J. TWENTE, Administratrix,
T. E. lliiv. Executor of Estuto I
of I). G. liay, deceased. I Petition to sell land
vs ( to pay debts,
By virtue of a decree of tho county court of White
county, Illinois,! renuerea in trio a novo entitled
cause, at the December term, 1877, of said court: I
shall proceed at tho door of the court house, lu
Cairo, Illinois, ou
THURSDAY, OCTOBER S0T11, 18T9.
Between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. nnd d o'clock
u. m.. of said day. tootref for sulo at imbl c anc
tlon.tothohlnliestandhest bidder, the following
described real estate, situated in tho city of Cairo,
Aiexanaer county aim staie 01 Illinois, to mtlM
said decree: Lot No. 7, Block No. 27, First Addl
tlon to tho city of Cairo.
Terms or Sale: Tho said lot will he sold oa i
credit of six and twelve months, eoual navmeuts.
The purchaser will be required to give notes with
approved personal security together with a mort'
cage ou the premises to secure the purchase money.
a v&maoie anu ctcsirauie two-story duim
uouse ana residence is sttuatcaon tnis jot, rmnt
injon Commercial and corner of Twenty-death
The sale will take place at 1 0 clock p. m.
F. K. HAY, Executor.
D. O. HAY, Deceased.
JSO.M. CKEB8, Attorney.
THE CITY NATIONAL I3ANX
W. P. HALLWAY, Tnt idett.
IT. L. HALUDAY. Vice-President.
WALTEii HYSLOP, Cashier.
S. STAATS TAYLOR,
uekuv l. UAt.umr,
W. V. HALLWAY,
R. II. Cl'NNlNUllAX,
P. I). WILLIAMSON,
B. 11. CANOKB.
Exchange, Coin anil Vniteil States BolJs
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposits received and a cetera! baskirg hnsiiess
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.' .
62 Lake St.. 93 Seneca St.
IN POINT OF
Economy in Fuel, Dura
bility, and Convenience.
Completeness of design, and
Ferfectnc89 of Construction.
Simplicity of Management, and
General Working Qualities.
THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE
IN THE MARKET.
Time Tried ana Eire-Tested!
EVERY 6T0VE RELIABLE,
AND PROVES A SUCCESS.
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED.
For sale by C.W. HENDERSON, Cairo.
And by First-Class Healers Everyr-here.
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Ilf-twoon "SVrtishintrton ami Com
inerolnl Av., tuViolnlna; Hanny.
IEErs for suletho host Beef. Pork. Mutton, Veal,
f.l.V.Rn wv i i and Is prepared to servo
families In an arcet'talilp manner. . w""v
..'11nc'' ,t0k r'"rt; Trowi and Ever-
ib. I. .. . M1 bl' fuld tll'"ler and packed better
Ain?i-iM vXU t VM ou th AniMlean tontltout
AllUrm d. CM'INMKY,
J Sturgeon Day, Wis.
SOU GOUT l
ACUTE or cimosxc -
Manufactured only under tho above Trado Mark
EUR0FEASt salicylic MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Imniedlato relief warranted, rcrmancut curu
suarsnleed. Now exclusively used by all celsbra
ted Physicians of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple, Harmless and Itellablo Remedy on both
continents. Tho highest Medical Academy of
Pans reports W enrcs out of 100 cases within three
days. Secret The only dlssolverof the poisonous
Uric Acid which exists to the Blood of Rheumatic
snd liotity Patients. S b: 1 boxes for $.V
Sent to any address on receipt of price. Indorsed
by Physicians, bold by all Druggists. Address
WASHBURN & CO.,
Only Importers' Depot 212 Broadway, N, Y.
ForSaioby BARCLAY BROS., and DruTsts
P r H
5 S c
O H -
5? 5 3
rROriUETOR OF SrROAT'S TATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR S11IFPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MUTUAL All SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
Mutual Aid Society
OF CAlllO. ,
OrciiBi.ed July Htli, 1877, I'mlcr the LhwboI
tlfe SUte of Illinois. ('opyri;ht?() July
9, 1&77. under Aet ol 'Congress.
WILLIAM KTRATTON, Tiiksiuknt.
Mrs. T. A. TAYLOR,
J. A. GOLDSTINE, -Dr.
HOARD OF managers: '
J.J GORDON, rhvsiclnn Cairo, IKs
Mrs. P. A. TAYLOR, Superintended of
Schools. Alexander County " ' "
J. A. GOLIlMTlNE, of (ioldstinn Ro
seuwuter, Wliulesule and Retuil Dealers
in Kmiile and Fancy lry Goods " "
N. B. THISTLE WOOD, of Hlnkle A
Tblstlewood, t:ommifslon Merchants,
Cotton und Tobacco Factors " "
S. D. AY Ebb, of Ayers & Co., Commis
sion Merchants " "
THOMAS LEWIS. Insurance Manager
and Attorney st Law " "
WM. BTRATTON, of Stratton 4 Dlrd,
Wholcsule Grocers " "
GEO. M. ALDEN, Commission Mer
chant, 78 Ohio Levee " "
JAS. S. REAKDEN. Afv.nl Mississippi
Vullcy Transportation Company " "
C1IAK. K. STUART, Wholesale and Re
tail Drv Goods and" Notions '
EDWARD A. BVDER, Manufacturing
Jeweler and Wbolsnlu dealer iu
Watchmakers' Tools arid Material " "
CHARLES LANCASTER, Lancaster &.
Rice, Lnmherdealers ., " ,,
C O. PATIER, t.'. O. Patier & Co,,
Wbolesulu and Retail MesfMiants " "
Rbv.B. Y. GEORGE, Pastor Presbyte
J. C. WHITE, Insurance Agent ' "
i. W. MoKEAlG, Postmaster " "
S. P. W11KKLKR, Attorney and Coun
selor at law " "
Mns. LOUISA F1SHRACK "
OSCAR HAYTHORN. Wholesalo and
Retail Rnots.Shocs and DryOoods.... " "
A. J. BIRD, Merchant and Steamboat.
Proprietor " "
WILLIAM KLUGE, General Mereh'dlso " ',
P. G. SCUU1I, Wholesale and Retail
Drucirlts " "
J. T. RENN IK. Foundry and Machinist. "
ALBERT LEWIS "
Mrs. L. A. HOWARD, Boarding House. " "
W.F. PITCHER, Insurance Agent " "
A. BALLEY, Dealer in Stoves, Tin and
Hardware " "
E. W. GREEN, Green, Wood 4 Bennett "
n. F-POTTER, Editor und Publisher .
Arirns-Joiirnal Monnd City, 111,
Mrs. H. A. AYEHS Villa Ridge, "
A. J. FRENCH. Farmer Bird Point, Mo
FOUNDRY, MACHINE BHOr AND
Vulcan Iron -Works
03 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, IIXS.
Jphn T. Rennie,
manufuctiirlnil Steam Engines snd Mil Machinery
Having a sltam flammer and atiiplo 1 oo s, tl
manufacture of all kinds of Machinery, Railroad,
Bteamhont and BrldgeForglngs mado neclalty.
Especial attention given to repairs of k: -ines ind
BrMs'fa'stings of all kinds mado to ordoi
Pipe F ttlug In a.1 IU blanches.
TIIADJJ MAllJi. .
- THE ELECTJtlC CLEANSEJl,
HAS NO EQUAL FOR 'GENERAL IIOUSE-CLEANING
PURPOSES, FOR WASHING CLOTHES,
FOR THE RATH, tC, AC.
For Clmniug rainf, VarniKliod Sutfuccn, Window Glass, Mirrors, Gold Frame,
Marble, Pianos. bowingMacliint-B.Furniturc, Oil Clotlm, Silver Ware, Show Chscb. Rrones, '
CutGlasH.GlobeB.GasFixluresi'RcniovtBritchHnd Tur frcm tl.o Han.lg or Clothirg
readily, &c., Ac.
FOli USE AS A DISINFECTANT 1U
Anything Soiled by Oil, or Q'liliASK, by Flic or Pou
oil Marks, or by Dirt of any kind. it Avill clean
WITHOUT SOAP OK WATER,
, v , 1 M T C(""'ASV-' ,,aVC U"ld ' y fuily and And it all the Ma.ufa, ,ort.
u..m forlt. t !s certainly supenor to sosp... cleanser and much more economical. It remote. di
romfallr.c.1,hol,ti,lJurln!:tbe,extureorch.niHlff1tstco.,Jr.. I, cleans the hand, and te.ve. ,h .Ju
tl. It a.so heals sores and chapped hands readily. Respectfully yours.
WILLIAM S. EVERETT. 1 II Cott2e Grove Ave., hic. 0
. xJ7M yr1!?"" lJc u,'n J"lB lu 0,,r fao"lr 'Co,"lnc'-" r,lclc -"'ik-j
n th.s c.ty, and llLd It one of the most useful thin,, fr family use we have ever luoB orbeald of Kr
wtstn.8, scnbb.r.,. cleaning Rl.. silvex. tklt,B Krr.se s,,ots out oi clo.hlnR and carpets, etc , ' think
it n.s no . cqu.1 . Every family should have it. The price I, so low ., to hr!,. 1, nhin the rea b oi ercry
body.-Chiiaco, May id, 1879. , ,.
l. U. CALKINS,
nnlr'f,11' ?NLY, W,f.hll!B t'omih' - ""11. stflctly for cash. K.vin8 the p.Mic . Br
and valuable article at a low tltfuro comsetln- with staple Roods like Soap.
The foliowln,: testimonials from person. , ithv.hi.mm.ny in Cairo and vlcinlly an- acquainted ulaco
toa.lno In It. true position before the ptbllc. It Is a h thine, and should be gener.IIy L-d-
I have used coallne In my house. I, save, labor and saves clothes, and Is Inexpenflve. I would not
be without It . Centr.;ia. 111., Au,us, JMb.JW. MRS. JAMES M. FAIL
lf.ndcoallne.0 be all that . claimed for it, and cheerfully recommend It.-Cen.r.li.. n.iuo.s,
August n:h, ih,-. MIS y ox LEV.
1 have used coa'.ine tocle.n head ll;hts ofenSln, s. where the dirt Is hardened, .ml is usually cle.ncd
with concentrated lye. I foiiLd coal ine o do the work fully as well as potash, wl.ht It. ljnrlOU.
cffects.-Ccntralla, 1:1.. August ll.th, lio. C. HILLS, Foreman Taint Shop. I ,-. R R
a.i ieac.ru croctrs will nave it, and can supply
be. at all time, obtainable at
lwU of Families will Call and Gt a .S.iiiii.!e, Free for Trial, at our Stores
SAVE Y0UB ENGI8ES!
We Desire to call Your attention to Our
WHICH IS NOW COMING INTO GENERAL USE.
WALTER'S PATENT KSCAlMfl OR
NO MORE CYLINDER
I call the nttcntion of proprietors of Btcnm
it great Having of fuel is effected. Tlio Vulvo being closed on the Rilmission of steam and
open when exlmtisting, the engine is uot liable to get out of lino, as no wnter Is allowed to
Accumulate in tho, cylinder tho Valve opening or shutting automatically at ouch stroke.
The cylinder is kept dry when tho engine Is not working, as tho Valves are then kept
open by a spiral spring. Tho Valve will pay its price in tho saving of fuel in a very
short time, and will Inst over ten years. , '
tirStato and County Rights foi Sale.
OF THE WORLD !
their customers in a few dnv..
It Is caw and wi.l
CAIIkO IT ili s r.niMi Kidithst.
ixiivxj, j itij. t ail(1 Wah;nfit(;Il AV).IMUii
HEADS BB0KEN OUT.
Enginns to tlto uro of tliin Vulvc, by which
Apply at this Oflieo for Particulars.