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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COl'NTY.
Since last Ncvernlxr over forty thousand
persons lave died from Cipthc-ria in central
K. M. Moohe, ex-mayor of Cincinnati,
died,yesterdaj,in that city, alter a long
The house committee on foreign aLairs
has instructed its chairman to report favor
ably a resolution making an ar-iiroi.riation
of (300,000 for the relief of the people of
As old Republican resident of Torre
Haute, testified yesterday, before the Yuor
hees exodus committee, that a colored mail
agent hitd told hiin that at the negro con
vention, held at Nashville last full, he had
made arrangements to run ten thousand Af
ricans into Indiana in time for the next
Jacob Lincoln, first cousin of President
Lincoln, was murdered at Lacy's Springs,
Md., on Friday, for his money. He had
Hold some cattle and had the money with
him, and two desperate characters, learn
ing this fact, assaulted him, pounding and
kicking him to death. Tiny are under
Tiiei.i: are indications that the New
York Republican convention, which meets
on Wednesday, will be a lively one. Mr.
Conkling's opponent.-;, (specially in his own
assembly district, are fuiious at his attempt
to force Grant upon the people, and prom
ise that if lair play is not allowed they will
organize a holt.
Onk of the largest crowds evi-r u-ser.ilded
in Chicago greeted Mr. l'arncll at the Ex
position building, last evening. It is
estimated that not less than thirty thousand
people were present, the enthusiasm being
of the greatest. Speeches were made by
Mr. I'arnell, Mr. Dillon, Cov. Cullom, Mr.
Thomas Hoyne. Gen. Diaek, and Mr. James
Murdock, and Miss Eaiiiie Gavin recited
an original poem.
At least seven members of the Pennsyl
vania delegation, which was instructed to
cast its vote as a unit at Cuicago for Gen
eral Grant, are in revolt, and propose to cast
their votes according to the expressed wish
of their immediate constituents that is,
for Blaine. It was not wise in Don Ciou
cron to have permitted any delegate t" c me
to Chicago. He should have pr'eured 1 1 . '
passage of a resolution a.r.hon.i:ig him V
cast the vote of the stale as he saw fit. No
amount of whipp'mg-in will chunge the at
titude of the Blaine men. )u ;s to blan.e
fur leaving the bars down.
The national Democratic coiivcntinii will
be held in Cincinnati on the ;"n.i o
This decision whs reaeh"d day bofory yi,
lerday, ly the cointniltee, now in s. ss'.on ;,t
Washington, on the second ballot, Cincin
nati receiving 21 votes, Chicago (s, St. Louis
4, and the rest scattering. Mr. Tilden is
said to have taken no interest in the H"!ee
tinn, but his able lieutenant and heir appa
rent, Biiiu Randall, was a "boomer'' for the
American Paris. Some of Mr. Thurman's
Iricnds hug the del union that the choice is
favorable to him and that his nomination
trill now follow as a matter of course. Mr.
Tilden is less sanguine of success than he
lai been reported, but will niako a des
perate effort to name the candidate if he
finds Lit own case hopeless.
The Quincy Herald says that Illinois is
beginning to be regarded by a .o.d many
of the Grant politicians as a very import
ant factor ia the third term boom, and a
great deal of preliminary political tkirm-
ishing is now going on among the different
Republican presidential factions to secure
the control of the delegation to the Chicago
convention. By a good many of the
shrewdest presidential wire wmkers
Illinoisis regarded as the pivotal state which
is to decide the fate of the Grant boom
The St. Paul rioncer-rress, in looking
over ths present condition of affairs in
ti.o Kf(it, thinks that if Gen. Grant
gets a buuu ucieai.vu
Chicago convention, it will cost him
or his friends as much labor as it eo.-t
in Pennsylvania. This condition of affair'
was hardly anticipated six months ago
but the reason for it.it says, is ohvi.T.s
enough, and our St. Paul contemporary ac
counts for it in this way : It is the old
story. Gen. Grant lias suilered more irom
his friends than most political leaders have
from their enemies. As long as his candi-
lacy was a remote abstraction, he had the
support of all parlies and politicians ia the
state. As soon as the practical work ol
setting up the pins for his nomination be
gan, however, it naturally fell into the
hands of the Logan faction. This created
a coldness in the other wing of the Repub
lican party, which was :i::a!ly crjstalized
with definite opposition to Grant's
nomination. This opposition after re
maining aimless for a time has now cluster
ed about Blaine, who fairly divides the
strength of the party with the thud term
candidate. It is announced that the lead
er's of the Blaine party are to be Joseph
Med',11, of the Chicago Tribune, CVngres-:-mcn
Farweil and Root and Stephen R.
lluriburt. These gentlemen have had no
particular afHiiation heretofore, but are
united by the common tie of oppesitkn to
the Logan machine. Their support does
cot insure Blaine the Illinois delegation,
but it does promise Grant a sharp fi-lit be
fore lie gets it. Back of this contest, the
same journal thinks, lurks the pos.-ibl ) can
didacy of Washburne as a harmonizing ele- I
Who is Mnsl Winslow.' As this ques
tion is frequently asked, we will simply say
that she is a lady who for upwards of thirty
years has untiringly devoted her time and
talents as a leinaie pliysician ana nurse,
principally among children. She has es
pecially studied the constitution and wants
of this numerous class, and. as a result ot
this effort, and practical knowledge, ob
tained in a lifetime spent as nurse and
pliysician, she has compotindel a S lothing
Syrup, for children teething. It operates
like ma-'lc giving rest and health, and
is moreover, sine to regulate the bowels. In
consequence ot this article Mrs. Winslow is
becoming world-renowned as a benefactor
of her race: children certainly do rise up
and bless her; especially is this the case in
this city. Vast quantities of the Southing
Syrup are daily sold and used In re. We
think Mrs. Winslow has immortalized her
name by this invaluable article, and we
sincerely believe thousands of children
have been saved from an early grave by its
timely u.-e, and that millions yet unborn
will share its benefits, and unite m calling
her blessed. No mother has discharged
her duty to h'T sutl'ering little one, in our
opinion, until she has given it the benefit of
Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup. Try it,
mothers try it now. Ladies' Visitor,
New York city, S,id by all druggists. Jo
cents a bottle.
HOW ILLINOIS WAS BOUGHT.
In the year 172.1 the state of Illinois was
bought of ten Indian chiefs representing
ten tribes, by 22 white men in I'ciu.slyvania
and England. The territory was in two
tracts, one called southern Illinois, and the
other the balance of the state and a porti. n
of southern Wisconsin. The consideration
was "2G0 strouds, 200 blankets, ll-Vj shirt-;.
loO pairs of stroud and had'
thick stocking--, loO stroud brreeh
cloths, .100 pounds of gun powder, 1,'idO
pounds of lead, one gross id' knives, DO
pounds of vermillion, '2,000 gun flints, 200
pounds of brass kfttles, 200 pounds: tobac
co, two dozen gilt lindane gla-ses, one
L'r" of fire steeN, 10 doz-n garte-rin-js,
lO.o'iO pounds of flour. luO bu-hels of In
diaii corn, 12 horse-, 12 limned eatl.e, 20
bu-hels of s.it mid 20 gun-, the r-e.-ipt
wh'-reof we do hereby aoknowiedgi'."
These nrticb- have been paid delivered in
in full co-.iim!." The deid was signed and
ex-er.ted before a Trench notary public at
"Flw of tiik li.t.s of LtK!-:"' are more
prevalent and distressing than bilious dis
orders. The symptoms are low spirits,
want of energy, restlessness headache, no
appetite, sullow skin, costiveiiess and other
ailments which show the liver is in the
prope r way to do it is to use ''Dr. Swayne's
Tar and Sara.-pnrilla Pills.'' Their effect
011 the liver and blood is wonderful, re
moving pimples and all eruptions, leaving
the complexion fair and fresh as in youth.
Price 21 1 cuts a box of thirty Pills, or live
boxes fer $1. 00. Sent by mail on receipt
of pric, bv Dr. Swavne iV. Son, :i:;o North
H.v.h street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
Pn.i.s! Puis! IV.!:!-Dn you know
what it I-; t.. s'.Hl'iT with piles', If you do,
you know w hat is one of the worst tornr'nis
of 'lie human fraino. It cures ronxtipatioii
and then its tonic action restores health to
tlej disi-'is-d bowels and prevents recur-i-enceof
the disuse, Try it without delay .
"i A Wlll'.K 111 your own town, and no
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-iiniii iiriten. 1011 viiij Kin iiiu
biii.iiii a trial wltliiiiit evpelixe.
Tl.e bei opportunity ever olb red for
thore wlliini! In wink, Ynil o l oil kit
trv I, el hi tie elue till vim see for vmir.
I If ivhat ; nn can do at the bindm-tH we ofier. No
loom lu cxphilii lu re. You can ilevoln all your
lime or only your fpiire tlmn to the buciiiei(. 'aad
innki! ureui pay lor every hour thai vou work
Women innko an much 111 m u. Send lor ) elul
private leritin and irtleii!Hr. which we mall lti-,
jr. nut (it free. Iiotil finnplaltl of hard tltne IiIIh
yi.n tiHVB niieh it 1 Iiiiuck. Atldrun 11. HALLETT t
CO,, Purllund, XaiLe.
fa n 1
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY' :'Q, 18S0.
45 YEARS BEFOBE THE ITBLIC.
Dr. C. McLAITE?S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all
the ills that lh sh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, und all Billions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FKVEK.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequahd
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLaxkV Livek Pill.
Each wrapper bears the sigupturts of C.
McLaxe and Fi.k.mixo linos
Insist upon having the genuine Ph.
C. McLaxl's Livek Pills, prepared by
FLE1IIMG BEOS., rittmrffli, Ta.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLaxe, spelled iiiirerent'y tut same
J. T. WAKBEX & CO.
U- 60 W. Second St.
Foreicn and Puiaestlc r.ri.d end tRcced Ki:i:t ui.il
VejetuWw. Canned, dried ac:! ('.! Tisl.. Pick
les, Sascee. Oil and Cosdln tt. .Soup
r.::f.', Bf.k'.n; I'o!ers, proirad f.1
whole Spice. Toilet ul1 Ltua lrv
Si.lp. Seed. .Jellies'. l'r-c.-Vi
1'i.acy (iroccrii( a::d i-ro-cer
Stock luipiiiiillekd in the AVest.
SEND FOR OUR '"GROCERS" MANUEL.
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KV K-W K-W K-V ;;v Ji-W U'.V
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rs-- ei' Siilr:"- '1 rnt.Mi-1. h.-. a A liic- a '.aarr.:.
It tia. e'.ired ir.;.ry vi-r.- b:id ciies of l'.li-s. ui.d
hu-i l.trvi r (aiA-il to act ttticieuly.
NELSON F.MI1CIIILI), of S'. Albans Vt .ssy
"It iii oi prKi '.i fs wV.wj. Alter slauen yeia nf
ereat Mi;Ve:ii.j from Pileri una cofiivece-s" it eoir.-
l).' ti-:j- car-d me."
C. . l!uftA!50. oflleik-hlrc. iay. paffe
a;e lem done woinl'-rK for k- in i-oi;.;.;e'.i '.y c.riL
u ? eve re Liver al:(i Kidrey Cu:.'i'i:int."
it has W1TY
FiECAFSE IT ACTS ON THF. I.IVKI'f. TIIE
Ilo'.VKI.SANli KIDNEYS ATT1IE SAME TIME.
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or in Hi;i".iii.utirm. N- araie;:ihii,l 1 iimie dinorders
Kl IN HV-WoliT a ilry v.'jeti.'jltf coiapoai.d
and can In. 1. 1 byn.aii pri-n.!d.
One IV.eko.'e will make -i t.tiarn ef ?I. tli--i!ir.
TliV IT NOW!
Hey it a! ;)- Hr-.-.-'. Price. $1.W.
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llurliai'ti u. Yl.
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JOUNDRY. MACHINE SHOP AND
L STIIAM FORGE.
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0:i OHIO I.EVF.K. rAiRri.nis.
J ohn T. Xlennie,
HAVIN'li etabl!-t.ed Kin work" at the above men
tloii.'d Jilue.. it te-oi-r prepared than ever fur
tnniiufaetarinif Steam Kiik'inef ard Mill Maeliiiu-rv.
llavlia' a Steam llan.iner and nii.plo Tniti. tde
manulai'turi' of all kiin'.H of Mufloiier', h'aliroud,
steainboMl and lirldue !' O'L'li.f nuid a't'ie-i iuity.
H-pi-cial attention .iveu to repairs of hi -iLes and
lirai-- C at!in.' of all klnde made to ordei
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ti tl pnnipnid 10 n 1 1 v uddres 11 1 1 y of thealmv" pop
alar pleee hi ii',. music, for loc. eaeh, or the
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id. and only complete and authentic history oi the
ureal lour of
Grant Around World
It deMrlhcK lloval Piiluem. Hare f'urloHlt'eii,
Weallli and Wolideri. of llie Itidli , rlilnn. .I ipan,
etc. A million people want it. 'llils In the V'Kt
I'hanee of vmir life to iinikii monev lleweire of
"catch pemiv'1 lniltHtni;. Send I or clnulaiK and
extra lermi' to aienta. Addi-es National PuIiIIkIi
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M 1 N sTKATUli'S NOTK'h.
State of Illiuoin, Alexat..!' rr.-oMv. h.
f-TAi k or maiioai:i:t camki.on, nc -!:n
To li e 1, irf "and all other com ernril" ol -aid
Yo,i ure hereby notified tb'U on Monday, the
S!h ti iy of .March. 1skii. the ailniiiii-Tieor nf ,-iii
estate .will present to Hie county court of Alexander
coiiMy. at Catro. Uliinds, Html report ol
his men ami diiiiie as siuh admitostrator,
antl i -n the cmrl to be disehnreed I'roia anv
and ail furtloT dutlen and re-ponsiliilitlei. cunrieef
ed with Mildestitie, and li i atlniiuistra'iun tliereof.
at which time and place. ym may be prc-'-iit und
resist such aiJiilkatioii if vmi ehoie-e so to do.
DMIMSTIlATdli S NOTICE.
jstati: or i:cni:i:i. okki!, nr.. rASKii.
The tiiitlercined. havine been appointed Admin
istrator of the entitle of Itiirrel deer. Into of the
Coiimy of Alexander and state of I l iix.ii. de
ceased, hereby L'iveo notice that he will appear be
fore the County Court of Alexander I 'utility, nt the
court house, in Cairo, at the April term', on the
thirtl Monday In April ncvl, at which time all per
tin hii-lni! claim ui:ullist caltl estale are notified
and r-t tested to atleml for the purpo-e of havimr
the name adjusted. All persoRs Imlebti d to said
estate are rccpicctcd to make immediate payment
t the undersluiied
SUWAIM) fiKKI!. AdminlHtrator.
Paled tl Is llrd day of I-'eb. A. I). Isso.
TOTRK CiI-' I'INAL StTTLEM HNT.
In inuttet of Eftale of liyn T. rnrker, deceased.
ToKlli-.ul.eih P, Linker. Dvim F. Parker. William
Tweed I'arker and J ode Parker, heirs at law of
iJyaa T Parker, dt-ceased.
Y'uti are hereby untitled that I will, at tho March
term of tie County Court of Alexander Comity, to
he holder ut the court house, in Cairo. Illinois, on
the '-'lid Monday In March, next, present my final
report of iii) delilemeiit of the account of uuld es
tate, andipplv for a dlchni!e n ndm'tiitrutnr of
raid c-tile. llated, Culm, llllnol, Kehrtmry 116,
1HNI. 'It, 11. Ct NN1N(J1IAM.
Administrator of Eitateul Uvub T. Parker, llec'd
111 li' 1 VlVl
U US" I T K 13
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TONTINES AND ALL OTHER POPULAR FORMS OF
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1NCIIEA-E i'V AiU LURING YEAR lTi, OVER
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The ('WAX CarriiiLT .Maiiulactniiiii; H'viiise ol' the World.
II -t materia1. i.oi.-d w..rki..:.nsl.ij
Mainifiicturf 1 hy EMEL'SOX, FISIIER &. CO.. are now in u-e
in every uirt oi'the American Continent.
They give uiifaiiine satisfaction. All
testimonials from all parts ol the country
of which are on tile subject to inspection
M.."r lr.Kr Flslir.H A Co :
I loive u-i d one ol jour Top Ilnet'ie three
ainl they liuve jjiveu me periect suus.ai.iiou iinti nr.-
Mes-r. Coi rot-K A-.l-.iiNsoN.: NEwiirnnv. !S. C July IT. isifl.
DearWr--! have been usinclhe Emerson ,t Usher ltusry I boulit from you as rmiplilr I sup
pose as anv one co-Oil I hud a lust horse, drove him at full speed. ometime with two irrown l.idie at.tl
mv-.-ii in i'Ii.- buv, and it Is to-tlny worth all Hit; money 1 paid lor It. I miv the Kmers.iii A- KisLer
Du-ie will do. ' A. M. rhAl.t.l-., l-araier.
The favorable reimtation the Carriagea hr.vc made in localid-s wliere they have lieen
used for several years ly Liverymen, riiysicians, Farnu rs mid others requiring hard and
constant use, lias led to an increased demand from those localities, to mi et which tho
manufacturing facilities of their iiifimiiiotli establishment havu been extended, enabling
them now to turn out in good stylo,
360 Carriages a Week.
EMERSON, FISHER & CO.'S
S T j V TES,
SKVLX MILLION DOLLAKS
(No I'r-rniutn Nn- I
P.- ir.' in Fi-u'e Tl.i. : Yi ars
FISHER & CO,
liandjoioi- stvle;. stp.ii'' and
- in (
iv p. el
their work is wai ranted. They hae received
of vuirnoit similar to the following, hundreds
C.m va. li t.., duly Hi. :s7i.
year, ami three id them l no year in my liv..ry HOib:e,
iu vousuim i.si..
CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST