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OFFICIAL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
K. A. TUirnott,
Kit it or.
pOK ASSESSOR AND TREASIT.ER.
V r inlhorl.nl la onilOUnCC (iEORuG W.
Saiihossm a candidate for elccticn to the office
.f A eor and Treasurer of Alexander County at
the approaching NoveiuD.r election,
ffnw authorized to announce that Miu: V
Pmikeu is a candidate, at the enduing November
election for the office of Cottnty measurer.
We are anthemed to announce the name of .1 . A.
M. iimr.4 at a candidate for Count- Commissioner
of Alexander county at the ensuing November elec
Wr. arc now liorrifieil by the assurance
that there are "pulsing undercurrents of
revolutionary electricity abroad in Europe,
which promise to become baffled and ab
sorbed in a mighty crash of arms between
1, 250,000 Germans and 1.800,000 Russians."
This remark will be "chopped up into finer
pieces" by the further remark that both
Russia aud Germany hope to crush out the
growing spirit of socialism within their re
spective borders by making a general dash
at each other's throat. Well, bloody, hor
rible as such a war will prove to the parties
directly engaged appalling as .the slaugh
ter, the broken homes, the grief and suffer
ing will prove to civilized humanity, to
America it will bring thrift ami money.
While the double-headed eagle and the
northern bear are engaged in deadly con
flict, this granary of the world will pros
per. It is a sore infliction, indeed, that
brings recompense to nobody.
The last and the decisive round of the
triangular fiaht in New York will be
fought next Tuesday. The hope we enter
tained of a Democratic victory has given
place to dispair. Republican disaffection
hxs been so nearly healed that it no longer
publicly betrays its existence. While this
is so, the Democratic schism seems to bo
widening. It is not confined to New York,
for crowds have greeted Kelly, Totter, Dor
Miiemer and Cox in all parts of the State,
and the conceded "thirty-thousand bolters
of the regular ticket will be very apt' to
show up seventy-five thousand. It is idle
to hope that such a loss, or the half of it,
can be overcome by the regulars. With the
dispiriting result in Ohio before them, the
regular nominees have conducted the can
vass as men going out to inevitable defeat.
All this being true, Robinson and Tilden
will go down but, thank tho Lord, Tam
many will go down with them.
Ciiicaoo is not only a great, but essen
tially a modern city. Its character, too, is
'ssential!y American. Only sixty years
ago its present site received tho first im
press of the foot of the white man. Col.
James Swearingen, of the- United States
Army so the history goes was ordered to
construct a fort on Lake Michigan, at or near
tho mouth of Skunk or Chicago river. Ho
marched with his command from Chilli
cothu to the spot, most of tho way on foot,
lout taking advantage of tho navigable
Htreauis wherever availublu; and after
reaching tho designate (spot, encountering
serious difficulties and dangers, Fort Dear
Jtoni w:w built and invested, and Wame a
lunier U the Indian incursions from that
directum. After the Rlack Huwk war, on
the Kox river, Chicago began to grow.
Col. Swearingen, who was a hero of 1812,
mid iyi excellent citizen und a Christian
gentleman, retired from tho army forty-live
years ago, settled in Chillicothc, where ho
bus now deceudaxits and raised a family.
4,'hicxgo is now a city of half a million in
habitants, and the largest grain and cattle
market in the world. Certainly the world
moves, and in tho lntitudo of Chicago at
pretty rapid rnto.
THE GREAT FATHER OF RAILROADS,
AND WHAT IS SAID FOR ILLINOIS.
. It is undeniable that the Illinois Central
railroad gave Illinois tho impetus that sent
her forward from her position as ninth Statu
in the Union, to the honored place ot loiuth
It opened to the touch of American energy
ami enterprise tho richest ngrieultural
rcion and the largest coal fields iu the
world; and changed, as if by magic, our
wild and untrodden prairies and unpeople!
wood lands, into tho homes of busy,
The Rev. E.Joy, writing for the C'armi
Titles, very nptly says that, if the Mississip
pi may be called the "Great Father of
Waters," the Illinois Central with equal
propriety, may be called tho "Great Father
Driving into the history of the road aud
remarking of its present greatness, the same
geuth'inan says that during the State's spas
modic effort to put on foot a vast system of
internal improvements the Illinois Central
was partially graded. Rut failure marked
the attempt, and the State became burdened
by an enormous debt. Through the efforts
of Brerse, Douglas, Holbrook, and
other, a vast grant of government
land was secured to the State, and the
State, transferring this grant to a wealthy
company, secured the Illinois Central,
which proved a paying investment from the
start. Indeed, as Rev. Joy says, the per
centage on the earnings of the road paid to
the Slate would in a few years' more than
ciial the amount of the debt incurred by
the State, in its unsuccessful attempts at in
ternal improvements. The building of the
Central was the beginning and inciting
cause ol the rapid work of railroad building
in the State. The Central company has
led in this work, and is abreast with the
railroad enterprise of the present.
Besides the Illinois Central and ' branch
roads which they own or have leased'
they have business connections with other
road, especially main lines south. From
St. Louis south they connect by the St.
Louis & Cairo Short Line, forming a
junction at Du Quoin, and connecting at
Cairo with the Mississippi Central. The
company lias extended its lines by building
and leasing other roads. They have a
branch across Iowa, from Dubuque to Sioux
City. This road runs 75 miles or more
from the Iowa and Minnesota line, verying
from a due west course to stnk prominent
points, such as Delaware, Independence,
Cedar Falls, Iowa Falls, Webster City,
Fort Dodge, Cherokee and Lemars. At this
point the road turns southwest to Sioux,
City. It traverses fifteen counties. In
Dubuque county a road from Cedar Rapids
forms a junction with the D. & S., at In"
dependence it is crossed by the Burlington,
Cedar Rapids & Northern and farther west
by the northwest branch of the latter road
and is still farther west by a road from
Oskaloosa to Minnesota. At Le
mars it forms a junction with
a road running northeast and
projected, if not built, to St. Paul. From
Sioux City a road is built north of west
to Yankton, in Dakota. Resides these, the
Central has a branch from the 1). A: S.,
starting at Cedar Falls and reaching to
Iu Illinois the road starts out from Dun
leith, the northwest corner of the state,
runs down to Galena, and then turns east
and passes near the Wisconsin line to Five
port, and then turns south. Between Du
buque and Mendota the Central crosses and
is joine.1 by a number of roads, and inns in
connection with at least two of them. It
also makes very close connection with a
number of roads running east ami west,
particularly those crossing at Gilman, Fax
ton, Rantoul, Champaign, Tuscola, Mattoon
and Etll;igham. The connections are made
towards points of most importance, or to
which the largest number of travelers
would be likely to go. The main routes of
travel etwit and west that cross this road are
the Michigan Centra), Wabash & Great
Western und 0. &, M. Tho region of coun
try from Effingham to Gilman, that 25 or 30
years ago was little else than a prairie wil
derness, has been improved and settled up
until it will compare favorably with many
other portions of the Slate. Nearly the
whole line of the Chicago branch has been
improved until it is now a well developed
farming country, with numerous towns and
cities, some of which do considerable man
ufacturing. Hut, take the whole State, and every
where we may see the energizing and vital
izing influences of tho Illinois Central. It
has madeour I'liiirie State to"blossom as tho
rose" was the Aehimideun lever that lifted
us from sulggish reposo into the glory of nn
active, thrifty, prosperous existence.
Ai,Tiiot:on many parties arc endeavoring
to push other similar remedies into the mnr
ket by spicy advertisements, Dr. Rub's
Cough Byrup takes tho lead and the Drug
gists aic selling more thun ever before.
1'iice 25 cunts.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1879.
THE NATION'S CAPITAL.
Ketnlar correapondi-Dce of the Cairo Dullotln.
Washington D. C. Oct., !10, 1879. '
For tho current ten days there is a lull In
political and social affairs to give place to
the national fair, which opened yesterday
with a rush. It will be a great attraction
and people are coming from all quarters to
attend. Notwithstanding tho unpropitious
wcuther yesterday, tho attendance was very
large. The arrangements for the fair have
been so hurried that the grounds and build
ings had a crude appearance, and the exhi
bition was not set in order, but in the next
few hours all will bo perfected, and the
foundation will be laid for an annual show
that will be a credit to the Capital. The
president and his cabinet with their fami
lies graced the grand stand with their
presence, aud were greatly pleased with the
It requires a very rapid to keep
pace with all the potitical gossip now adays,
and especially tlmt touching the presiden
tial race. I have been amused at the efforts
of the tale bearers in their desire to create
jealousy and hostility among the Republi
can candidates for president. One story,
which seems as a sample for all, is to the
effect that when Senator Blaine went west,
I'd an was agreed upon by the friends, of
o;her candidates to keep hi light under a
bushel, so to speak. At fir.--t blnsh this
seems plausible, for iu Ohio the Senator was
placed in small town, and the same pro
gramme is ai ranged to some extent in N. Y.
Rut the little picture ot these gessips is
somewhat damaged by the fact that Senator
Blaine was also placed at mass meetings in
the rural districts in Iowa, and in Iowa tin;
Republicans are largely Blaine n:cn, and
certainly .bear no hostility to hiai. The
fact that the Senator is p!acl at these ru
ral iu.vs meetings is easily explained by a
friend of his who was own in Maiae during
the canvass there. The rural plan v.a- the
Senator's own. He conceived the idea of
drawing together the country population,
at fair grounds and other popular place of
resort. It worked well. Aniorg those
who were with him at several of these
nnvtings were Senator Allison, of Iowa,
General, Garfield and others ef Ohio,
and when they went home they suggested
repetition of the plan as the bet way to
draw the masses to meetings which they
seldom had had the privilege of attending
and named Senator Blaine as the best man
to "draw." It can be authoratively stated
that nobody neither Sherman, Foster,
Couklingnor any other man placed the
senator in rural towns to keep l,im in the
background, for they must have known
that such a scheme would have reacted and
had the contrary effect. The immense
meetings which went wherever Mr. Blaine
went go to prove this. It has been alleged
that Mr. Blaine's enthusiastic reception at
the Evarts meeting in New Yrrk and his
invitation to speak there this week,
weie the outgrowth of a desire to rebuke
those who have, as above suspected, tried
to belittle the senator. Rut this is also a
mistake. Mr. Blaine and Mr. Cornell are
stalwarts together, cordially working for
success, and it will not do for our Demo
cratic friends to count upon the so-called
quarrels and jealousies as aids to them.
While upon this subject, perhaps I may
give the Republicans a similar hint. The
reported Democratic quarrels and throat
cuttings among candidates are mostly de
lusive. The Democrats, like the Republi
cans, are not throwing away chances by
destroying their leaders iu personal
wrangles. I have no confidence in reported
efforts of Bayard or Tilden to "cut each
others throats," for if they had the disposi
tion the party would not let them. Since I
wrote lat upon these matters, it is impossi
ble to ignore the fact that both Tilden and
Bayard have been advanced in the presi
dential race by their friends in the south.
Tilden apparently being a little ahead, but
inspiring the bitterest hostility in some
good Democratic headquarters. It is said
that Speaker Randall has his hands full of
the struggle to keep the Hancock boom in
Pennsylvania from overwheming his candi
date, Mr. Tilden, but his good nature never
allows itself to be disturbed, and he predicts
that the delegation will be solid for the
srge of Grauitnercy.
The south polk and Kqi .vnn Are
not more widely distinct than the standard
tonic, stimulant and alterative, Jlostetter's
Stomach Bitters, and the cheap und fipvy
local bitters which unscrupulous venders
foist upon the unwary as medicated prepar
ations with remedical properties. The lat
ter are usually composed in the main ol'half
rectified alcoholic excitants, with some
wretched drug combined to ilisgui.su t J i . i i
real flavor and are perfectly ruinous to the
coats of tho stomach, llostetters' Hitters,
on tho contrary, has for its basis choice
spirits of absolute, purity, and this is
modified and combined with medical ex
tracts of rare excellence and botanical ori
gin, which both invigorate and regulate tho
bowels, stomach and liver. They vllVct a
radical change iu the disordered physical
economy, which is manifested by a sjieclv
improvement in the general health,
Use Kidney-Wort and rejoice in health.
One package makes six quarts of medicine!
Chkw Jackson's Rest Sweet Navy To.
A BAND OK HTALWAKT MINEItS TO OCC'ITY
THE WHITE ItlVEll RESERVATION.
Ithas been long known to the miners ond
prospectors that tho White river reservation
is largely composed of boiiio of the most
valuable mineral lands in the state, and
during the past summer several venture
some prospectors have penetrated tho
mountains and found indications which
prove that the mineral wealth of the local
ity can scarcely bo computed. Locations
have been made and carefully marked, and
eastern capital has been interested to such
an extent that it is safe to predict that
before another year the scenes
that preceded the permanent occu
pation of the Black Hills will be
re-enacted. A, strugglo between tho gov
ernment on the one side, and resolute
miners on the other, to end in the occupa
tion of the country. It is said upon good
authority that one company of miners,
from one hundred to one hundred and fifty
strong will leave some point in Colorado,
presumably Leadville, in .December, and
proceed directly to the reservation. The
men will be thoroughly armed and equip
ped, and propose to go to stay. They will
be followed in the spring by other com
panies, and if the reported wealth of
the country is true, it is not improbable that
two thousand men will be in the reser
vation before the close of another season.
Tho effect of this immigration upon the Ute
problem it is not difficult to foresee. If
mineral is found in paying quantities the
Utes must go. They will no longer be
permitted to occupy land the value of
which they failed to recognize. The oc
cupation of land that is now w.istc, and
always will be so long as the Ties control
it, is a practical Way of settling the Indian
puestion, ami toe government will do well
to look the issue squarly iu the faee.as from
present appearances it will certainly be
forced upon them.
My Win: Scki-'kiiki) with prol.ipsus
uteri, fluor n 1 bus, complicated with other
female troubles. Her life was miserable.
Rev. Guy S. Fra.ey, of the Methodist
Church, advised me, to try Giles' Liniment
Iodide Ammonia, he telling me of the
wonders it had performed on his wit'-, who
was a martyr to?uch troubles, and is now
well. I obtained the Liniment, and my
wilV is cured. Charles R. Jones, editor
Observer, Charlotte, N. C. Write to Dr.
Giles, 120 West Broadway. N. Y who will
cure without charge. Giles's Fills cure
(.Tout. Sold by all druggists. Trial Lotties
i.l cents. Barclay Bros., Agents.
Tin. hard, brassy appearance in sonic col
ored butter is never seen when dairymen
use the Perfected Butter Color of Wells,
Richardson tfc Co., Burlington, Yt. It is
not unfavorably acled on by milk, in any
state of sweetness. tis best applied by
working it in with a very little white sugar.
YOMINISTP.ATOR S NOTICE.
ESTATE OF WIM.MM KZMlAM., llECBA-t.I).
The nmleri'iuned. havitiz bc.-n appninted admin
iterator of the estate of Wiilisni K.-mlal!. Iat of the
t'oiituy of Alexander and Mali- of IlllnoK
deei':ii('d, hereby givi 8 nolic I hut he wiii appear
before the County Court of Alexander Countv. at
the court boii-e. in Cairo, ut the December 1 'nil . on
the third Monday in December nert, at wlileli time
Mil perxoiiH having clulmx Brains! Vaid e-iale are
notified and requested to attend for the purpose of
bavins the same adjusted AI! perHonn indebted to
naid entat.! are requeued to make, immediate pa
nient to the underpinned.
Dated thin Kirt dnv of November. A. I.. ls;n
FKANK E.' KKNIMI.I.. .'.timiniMrator.
.UK OF VALUABLE CITY LoTs.
Win. Tweed Parker v. Elizabeth Linker. Win.
tinker. Dyas K. Parker.
Public uoik-e in hereby L'lveii that the under
Mailed Muster l Chancer-for Aieiur.dei County,
in pursuance of a decree of the Alexander County
Circ uit Court, entered on the lth day of Oetob.r,
lsTii. will otler for nale al public auction lothe
hicliesl bidder on Saturday, the l.Mh day of Novem
ber. S7ii. three lots iu the City of Cairo. llli:oi.
de-i ribed bk follow: to-lt: Lots numbered 17
and 18 in IJlock one. and Lot :)9 in Block .M. accord
ing to the original plat ol paid city. Lot 17 1 on the
corner of Fourth and Levee streets, und lot IS in the
adioinim: lot on Levee ptrcct. Lot XI ' on 7tn
ptre.-t and ha upon II a now! frame dwelling.
The pule will begin, at 1 o'clock t. m. at lot :iS
and will begin at lot 17 and IK at ' o clock p. m.
Term: One-half each, aud the other Imlf pay
able In twelve montlix from day of ule; purchiWr
giving note, bearing s percent, interest pur annum,
.-eeiired by trut mortgage
JOHN A PEEVE.
Ma-iti-r in Ch'incerv Alexander County. Illinois.
'KEEN .V OlbllEUT. .solicitor.
Dated Cairo. Illinois. October Sird, Is"!).
Is hereby given that bv virtee of adeciee of th
County Court ol Alexander Countv. In the state of
Illinois, rendered in the March terin. A. D. lST'i. 1.
i-.ii.abetli Corcoran, ailininlsirattix of lheetate ol
Joliu Corcoran, deci-ap'd, will (.ll at public ven
due, on the l lth dav ol November. A. D.. 1H7C.
upon the premise to be sold, und liereafn r nani'-d,
at o'clock p. in. of said dav, aubjeet to the wid
oiv'p do .ver liitere.t therein.' for the payment of the
debt of paid estate of John Corcoran, deceased.
Use following described property, to-wit:
Lot nuinliered lificeii , i5i, in block numbered
fifteen (IV. of the City of Cairo, situa'e in the
County ot Alexander arid Stale of Illinois.
Term of pule are, oiie-hulf ol the
p"riha-e price ear-h in bond upon
approval of sale bnd the dcllvcrv of
deed. The other half upon a credit of six months
from the day ol sale. The defened payment to be
evidenced by the purchaser's note, drawing .x per
cent Interest pel anni'Ui, secured ty deed of trust
on the 1'i emise mid.
Administratrix of the estate of John (.'oicorun.
Dated. Cairn, 111 , Oct, 1 lih. ls".P.
AT T TTA'ITOUW
04 & COW. Second St.
Foreign fciid Domestic dried and canned Fruit aad
Vegetable. Canned, dried and ealt Fish. Pick
le, Mauccn, Oil and Condiment. Soup
sniffs, Baking Powder, ground and
wholo Spire. Toilet and Laundry
tSoap. Heed, Jellle, Preserve
Fancy Groceries and (iro
Stock unparalleled in the Went.
SEND FOR OUR "OROCEfiS' MAKUKL.
II A UCLA Y
XC O A. L I N.E !;
THE ELECTItlO CLEANSE!.
HAS NO EQUAL FOlt GENERAL IIOUSK-CLKANIXG
PURPOSES. FOR WASHING CLOTHES
FOR THE RATH, ttC, &V.
For Cleaning Paint, Yarnishcd Surfaces, Window Ghi.,, Miirors, Gold Fr..r.;e
Marble, Pianos, Sewing Machines. Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Cases. IkZl
Cut Glass, Globes, Gas Fixtures: Removes Pitt 1, Tar from the Hand or (lot!,:--!
readily, Ac, Ac. '
F0IJ FSE AS A DISINFECTANT MXW
Anything .Soiled bv OJL or OHIO ASK, by Flics
t'il MrivK-- rl lxr Hint ..('..,.,. 1.:...1 ...
-I'UlN CiMLI.SE CoVI-JM I have llperl
(laimioi Ii. It i c.-naiDly superior t. oap a a d.-anser and uiucli more .-coDomld) It rc-novc
roin labr'e with nit iieurlng the texture or rbanwiUK fa-t colors I: el.-ui.. tbe ban,:- u .-,!. ,,...
soft. It b.als sores and clinpj.ed hand" readily, liespectfully uir..
WILLIAM . EVERETT. Ill Collage .roe A'.e .( I,.,,,.,.
T'oTi.K Wr.Ti:i:s Cause Co-We have bven in in onr fam'ly C.mllne." an aitlde matin;.
iu ibis c!:y, and find It one of the most ti-oful thin.- f..f family use c hiue cvr mu ..rh-urd o!.'
S:'". 'ilvcr. taking
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iKkiy.- I incago. .Mav Sd. ISv.l.
H- IS THE ONLY Washing rmnj.o.u.d sold ii. Bulk, ami Mr!. loi cash. E,.. ,. ,, ,);.. a :,,
and valuable art icle at a low figure conip-iing with staple jrood like Soup.
The following testimonial Irotil p. rsoti with wIk.iii many in Cairo and vicinity are acquaii.'. d ., l
online In it true position before the public. It I-at good thing, and should be gei'ierally t.cd :
I have us. d coalite in my house. It rove labor and saves clothe. ,i,d is ln. . cl-i'vc. I w .
ne wiitiout it - i entralia, ill., August lxth. ISlv.
I find coaiine to be. all ihat s claimed for
August JS'h, lV'.
I have used coaiine to clean head-light, of encn.es, wh. ie tbe dirt i- haioend. and ! um,i!1 ,:,m.
with connn'rat' d lye I found tcalice o do ih- work fully as well u ..tb. lth-ul its ' ii h-,
effect.-Cenlriilla. 111.. Auirttst pub. is?.. c. BILLS, Pop-man Paint Shi.p. I C. 1; I;.
All b-ading procers will Lae it. und cmi -t pp y t..-ir eUn-B.r in a f- (lavs. Ii j. i.mi an! .
at all time, obiaiuiiblc.nt
(.JcMMM'M I A o;Mlls.
Heads of 1'iiiiiilies v ill Citll ami (. l a Sample. Free for Trial, ut mip stop.
Oil 10 LEVEE.
S A V K YOUJf ENGINES
Ad.h-ori. 1-KKJ Cliotr.'ui AvcniK', St. Louis.
"NVe Retire to call Your atU'iitimi to Our
WHH II IS NOW COM
WALTER'S PArUNT KSCAJ'K OH
NO MORE CYLINDER
1 call the attention of proprietors of Steam Engines to the use of this Valve, by wliieli
a great saving of fuel is effected. The Valve being closed on the admission tifhteam and
open when exhausting, the engine is not liable to get out of line, as no water is allowed
accumulate in the cylinder the Valve opening or shutting automatically at each stroke.
The cylinder is kept dry w hen tho engine Is not working, as the Valves arc then kept
open by a spiral spring. Tho Valve will pay its price In tho saving of fuel in a very
Bhort time, and will lust over ten years.
BrfTStatij and County Rights for Sale. Apply by letter or in per.on at MO.T Chotcu .1
Avenue, St. Loliis.
OF THE WORLD 1
w 'i",v 111111, ii vllI
a i on watfr.
CriHlii, . ;,.(-. . ..... i . . .,
grease spots out ol clothing and ciir;,ci. . ,u. -
- pi :m-I-to low as to bring it u nhin the re,
a'. h 'If
L (i CAI.I.INs.
Mils. JAMES Mi FAIL.
' fully recommend it Centralis. Li.i
JillS. I). OX I EV.
It. ,it;d (lie
Cornel' Eiirlitli St.
am! Washington Awnu-
ING INTO GENERAL 1E.
HEARS RR0KEN OUT.