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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUUKSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1878.
THE DAILY; BULLETIN.
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JNO. H. 'OBERLY. Oene'wl Manner.
6FFICU1 PAPER OP THE CITY AND COUNTY.
Only Horning: Daily in Southern Illinois
They hare some curious ami rather com
mendable laws in Belgium. For instance,
a prominent contractor has just teen sen
tenced to six mouths' imprisonment at
Brussels for incurring large liabilities
knowing bis Inability to -pay them. The
enforcement of such a law iu America
would necessitate au appalling increase of
prison accommodations, . ; ,
Tax fact that the Bclletu? fully main
Uitjs its large circulation in the city, is as
gratifying to us as it was unexpected. ( We
had occasion to anticipate that the. iecent
beaTy outlays made by the large portion of
our citizens who absented themselves from
the city, and the pear approach of a winter
that promises to be a severe one in a finan
cial sense, would enforce the adoption of a
system of economy that would affect the
Bitxetiic. We are happy to say that
whatever may have been, the character of
retrenchment iu other directions, the read
ers of the Bulletin have maintained their
subscriptions for the paper. , This is as it
should be. Although the mind is not so
readily starved as the body, prudent men
and women, and especially heads of fami
lies will provide food for both. The circu
lation of the Bulletin is as large to-day as
it ever was, aid the indications are that
through an exercise of the gODd seuse and
liberality of our people, it will be maintain
ed, if not increased some.
The editors of tho Chicago Times and
Tribune "warmed up during the progress
of the campaign just closed, and exchanged
editorial courtesies.'" The , following is
from tbe .. Times : . "The conduct . of the
Chicago Tribune during the present fight is
one without a parallel for its dishonesty.
It has certainly forfeited the respect if it
aver had any of any honest putron. Its
course iu . this campaign has . been 0110
characterized by brazen inventions, scanda
lous lying, a most detestable villiflcution of
the character of political opponents. , , ,
i ; Day after day has it repeated that
the Chicago Times had said this or that of
Iruh Democrats, , when in point of fact all
these assertions were abominable lies, with
out foundation in truth, and without pallia
te ,lUVhen tired of, deliberate , lying
against Kern, it has skulked under the alias
of 'A Lawyer,1 or 'A Citizen,' in order to
lie by proxy to give to its own falsehoods
the apparent support if outside influences.
What rnust the public think of a course so
reckless and dishonorable a course which
Las beep one without an equal in all that Is
debasing and discreditable? It has placed
itself below the level of the moHt reckless
partisan, sheets which have ever disgraced
the name of journalism. Such has been
the work, of the. Tribune duriDg this cam
paign. If it ever again uhall pretend to fill
the respectable role, it will have just the
same claims to it that has the most polluted
courtesan in tho slums ot Chicago."
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DEATH OF JOEL G. MORGAN.
The people 'cf f Cairo,, more 'especially
thc4 bo residence here, gate's . back to
the year 18W, will learn of the death of Mr.
Jol. Marfan, bUngi'sif profound
onojr, jBfccUed the.towu -pf Freedom,
Cattautaugtti county, New Yoik, on the 9th
day of October, 1878. Thl tad intelligence
would have been mads public at an earlier
date, but for the BeusTia't enforced sus
pension,! e.!j ,', tan ,(.. ,. . tl
Mr. Morgan located la- Cairo about the
year 1894, and assumed editorial .control of
the Cairo pally Democrat. , Subsequently
be was elected to the. office of .County Su
pwintendentof Schools, and afterwards, at
the end of the warmest local contest ever
witnessed in Alexander county, wai elected
to the oftce of sheriff. ' The building now
oocupIeoT by Mr. Wells, of. the " Alexander
County Bank, was built nnd occupied iy
nr. juurww a a wmw. i he last servic
performed by him hero was iu tho position
of principal of the Cairo public schools a
position of gri'ot labor und responsibility ;
but one that ho filled in a manner very uc
ceptublo to the patrons of tho schools, He
it was who established the Alexander coun
ty teachers' institute one of the first or
ganizations of the kind in Southern Illinois.
Ho was earnestly devoted to tho caime of
cdncation, und felt a kindly interest iu
everybody engaged in educational interests.
No call upon his purse was responded to
with more alacrity thau tho calls mado
upon it by impecunious, and very often,
undeserving educators. Iu assisting that
class nf people he expended hundreds of
dollars, and be it said to tho dishonor of
his beneficiaries, but a comparatively small
portion of the money thus distributed was
ever refunded to him.
Mr. Morgan had his peculiarities; but a
more generous hearted, honestly-disposed or
unsuspecting au individual we never knew.
Ho couldn't harbor enmity, nor view dis
tress or want without striving to relieve it ;
aind few men of our acquaintance were more
unselfish or forgetful of self in their busi
ness and relations with friends, than was
Joel G. Morgan. lie was a Democrat of
tho most uncompromising stamp, and per
mitted no obstacle to stand iu his way,
when his party seemed to requiro his ser
vices, lie was an effective speaker, aud
often at his own expense and of his own vo
lition would devote days and weeks to cam
paigns in which he felt only a party inter
But his pilgrimage here is ended, and his
friends mourn him as lost to them forever.
With them we mourn, for iu our heart, as
in the hearts of scores of our citizens,
there was always a warm place for Joel G.
LET US THINK ABOUT IT.
A very considerable, portion of, tho
American people, following the lead of the
Hayes administration, seem anxious for a
war with Mexico. Forgetting the increased
debt it would pile upon our already weary
and heavily laden shoulders, and of the
bloodshed, sorrow and woe that would fol
low, the.Xact is urged with much zeal and
patriotic ardor, that such a war is the great
need of the hour, that it would give em
ployment to our idle millions and at ouce
place the country upon the highway to
A valued cotemporary discussing the
question, takes occasion to say that
the comments of eastern newspapers
upon the proposed occupation of Mexico,
are strongly condemnatory of the policy.
The particular event winch has called out
this harmony of antagonism is the annual
report of Lieutenant General Phil. Sheri
dan, wherein he advises that a force of
troops he sent into Mexico, there to stay un
til all raiding across the border shall have
ceased, To follow such advice would be a
virtual declaration of causeless war; but un
less congress interferes to prevent it we shall
have war with Mexico und its consequent
evils of a heavier debt to pay, to say noth
ing of the sacrifice of human life. Siuce
General Ord, acting under instructions from
Washington, sent Shaffer aud Bullet with
troops into Mexico, there have been persis
tent attempts to bring alxwt collisions in
fact the whole policy of the country toward
Mexico has been nn invitation to fight. Tho
Mexican authorities have repeatedly brought
it to the attention of our own authorities at
Washington, that every raid was a violation
ot international law, aud, looking at it from
our own point of view, it was still worse;
it was the reckless disregard of law
by oue nation iu a spirit of bullying aggres
siveness toward a weaker people. After
coinpluiniug of the raids, tho Mexicans sent
a large force to the Itio Grande and did all
that could be done to prevent either Iudian
or Mexican thieves stealing cattle In Texas.
The commanders of these troops held con
ferences with United (states officers, aud it
was understood a week ago that an amica
ble arrangement had been made, by which
co-operation was to be made effective
against tho cause of disturbance. General
Sheridan even refers to this himself, and
says in his official report that Hie Mexi
can irovernment is nmkinp: more
thuu' ordinary exertion to suppress
lawlessness. This being the case,
is was an inconsistency to recommend oc
cupation Mhtje acknowledging jack of ne
cessity, urgency, or eyeu advisabifity, t- The
truth of the matter is, that General Sheri
dan may reasonably say with the. Venetian
soldier, '-Rude am I in speech and little
blessed with the set phrases peace." He
is a fighter, not a writer ; however skilled in
war he is no diplomat, aud, to paraphrase a
bull, every time he takes Up bis pen he puts
bis foot in it. It is scarcely possible to be
lievt that his admission end bis advice
are other than a clumsy blunder ; but, take
them how one may, they disclose a policy
that ho was not acute enough to smother
up in a carefully written report. Tast
aud preseut . events all t. tend to tho
same conclusion The Mexican imbroglio
ii a Republican plan of campaign with all
the details skillfully arranged and jealously
guarded. What those details' are,' those
outside the circle ran only tell, as ' they de
velop, and judgment that can bo made
of tho conipleto design must bo arrived at
by a mental building on tho fragments we
have, M'o know that persistent aggressive
ness has been tho ruin of conduct of tho ad
ministration, and that overtures of peac(
and osttistanco from Mcixco hnvo been con
temptuously set aside. We seo that the
greater efforts Mexico makes to avoid a'l
embroilment tho more determined tho ad
ministration at Washington is to keep af
fairs in such condition that it may have a
war ready at its hands for tho moment that
such a contingency may prove desirable.
Wanted A smart boy to learn the
printing trade. Apply at this office.
Buy your blankets and quilts of 0. Huy
thorn tfc Co.; a job lot for salo very low, 0.
Haythorn & Co.
Qi'f.ra. Why will men smoko cdtnmon
tobucco when they can buy Marburg Bro's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price
Washington, D. C, Nov. 3, 1878.
Washington led off iu the failures of
1878. No one has forgotten the Jay Cooke
& Co. affair, und the numberless bankrupt
cies which followed it. That was the be
ginning of hard times. Now we have an
other broken bunk tho German National
which closed its doors on Thursday. As
resumption is coining, aud nearly every
body anticipates more and better business
iu the near future, we may hope that this of
the German National is the last effect of
what the Jay Cooke failure precipitated. A
revival of business six months ago, and
consequent appreciation of real estate in
value, would have saved the bank winch
has just gone to piecei;.
A democrat cau hardly think with pa
tience of the complications iu New
York politics. Lotiger ago than mem
ory of man runs, the democrats
of that State were divided on real or
imaginary questions. There is now a fool
ish bolt from the regular, candidates of the
party in aud around New York city. The
city is better and and more economically
governed than ever before. Her Demo
cratic representatives in congress ure men
of ability and honesty and influence. Yet
a quarrel is gut up, and its effects will, as
its starters intended, reach through the
state aud greatly aid in sending Roscoe
Conkling to the senate, and perhaps in
losing to the Democracy one or more mem
bers of the House.
There are two states in which the issues
of the approaching election are more per
sonal than political. The one is Massachu
setts, in which Butler is attempting to elect
himself governor against the influence of
two centuries of aristocracy, and the other
is Wisconsin, where Carpenter fights for Bn
election to the United States senate
against the party to which he has be
longed. I shall have no tears to shed if
Butler is elected. It is idle to say, during
this contest, that be is a "beast," that he is
dishonest, that he is this or that. The
truth is, and it is known to every one who
reads, that those against whom Butler's
fight is made have always controlled the
state, aud that to-day the ownership of
property bv poor men in that state is almost
an impossibility. Taxes aro increased.
Debts accumulate. Hut the honest ordina
ry citizen, if affairs go on as now for a few
years, will have no rights in Massachusetts
which his rulers are bound to respect. But
ler may not improve tho matter. Ho can
not make them worse. If his campaign be
unsuccessful in making him Governor it
may yet have the good effect of informing
the voter of his wrongs and of his remedy.
In Wisconsin the Democrats will of course
elect a Democrat to the Senate if they can.
But if they cannot if to them is given only
the power of dictating tho result Is between
Howe, who inflexibly represents everything
uurrow and sectional in our politics, and
Carpenter, who is admitted to be able and
liberal, and who is not past the age of learn
ing, then they should certainly elect the
latter. He is uow iu 'Wisconsin, und if a
majority of tho Legislature is, as I suspect
it will be, made up of opponents of the rad
ical party, but not composed entirely of
Democrats, I commend to the majority Mr.
Carpeuter as the best possible man for the
Baroaikm in every department at the live
house of O. Haythorn & Co,
Tiiebmaline cures all lorrns of malaria
such as chills and fever, bilious fever,
swamp fever, etc. As a preventitive, it is
the best.saf'cgtturd in cities where fevers
are prevalent, If taken in time. Ask your
druggist for Thermaline. Twenty-five
cents per box. Mailed free on receipt of
price by Dundas, Dick & Co., 37 Woos'tcr
street, New York
jtivEB is Eiko. The Uteris the imperial
organ of the whole human system, ta it
controls the life, health 'and happiness ot
man. When it is disturbed In its proper
action, all kinds of ailments are tho natural
result. Tho digestion of food, the move
incuts of the heart and blood, the action of
the brain and nervous Bynteuf are all imme
diately connected with the workings of tho
liver. It has bee'n successfully proved that
Leon's August Flower is uuetjualed iu cur
ing all persons afflicted with dyspepsia or
liver complaint, and oil the numerous symp
toms that result from on unhealthy condition
of tho liver and stomach. Samplo bottle lo
try, 10 cents. Positively sold in nil towns
on tho western coutincut. Three doses will
prove that it is just what you waiit.
We soil first-class boots and shoes lower
than any other house in tho city.
O. H.VYTIIOltN & C'O.
Takk Notice. On tho 1st of November
I w ill open at tho old stand of Phil Howard,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenue, n wholesale d retail
depot for the sale of fish, oysters and game
exclusively. Making the above articles it
specialty, I w ill be enabled to suit the most
fastidious, at prices that will compare fa
vorably with Chicago or St. Louis, At all
times can be found a line of fish and oys
ters never before offered in Cairo,' such us
New York couut oysters in bulk, Mobile eys
sters in bulk, Baltimore oysters in cans. In
their season can be found fresh
mackerel, fresh codfish, little neck
clams, sua fish from Mobile, shrimp and all
ott.cr delicacies from the sen, to tickle the
palate ami refresh the inner man. ('elect
ami wild game of nil kinds. It is my in
tention to keep such articles on hand at all
times, so the public cun depend upon heing
supplied. Orders fcoin abroad will receive
particular attention, and goods will he
packed with care, and satisfaction guaran
teed. City dealers will find it to their ad
vantage to call upon mo before ordering
from Chicago or St. LouiB. Hoping my en
deavors to please, will be met by an appre
ciating public. ' I remain yours,
CoNStMrTiox CmEU. An old physician
retired from practice, having had placed
iu bis hands by an East India mission
ary the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy, for the speedy aud permanent cure
for consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asth
ma, and all tlirout and lung affections, also
a positive and radical cure for nervous de
bility am) all nervous complaints, after
having tested its wonderful curative pow
ers iu thousands of cases, has felt it his
duty to make it known to his suffering fel
lows. Actuated by this motive, and a de
sire to relieve human suffering, I will send,
free of charge, to all who desire it, this re
cipe, with full directions for preparing and
using, iu German, French, or English. Sent
by mail by addressing with stamp, uamiug
this paper, W. W. Sherar, 1-10 Powers'
Block, Rochester, New Yotk.
Fat Mas Mam. Happy Louts Gl i.us.
Pruttville, Ala.. July 20, 1878. Botanic
Medicine Co., buffalo, N, Y.: Gentlemen
About three months a;;o I commenced
using your "Anti-Fat " at which time my
weight was 210 pounds. By following
your directions carefully, 1 have succeeded
in reducing my weight to 158 pounds. This
is all very satisfactory and pleasant : but
just previous to my commencing the use of
your medicine, I had purchased two suits
of fine clothes at a high price, aud find, to
my dismay, that they are entirely useless to
nic now. When I put one of my coats on.
my friends tell ine it looks like n coffee
sack on u bean pole, and when I put the
punts on- well, description fails. My ob
ject in writing is to ascertain whether you
have not, in connection with your medicine
biiiiies, an establishment where your pa
trons, similarly situated, could exchange
these useless garments for others that would
fit. I think you ought to haw something
of the kind, ns it would bo an inducement
for many to use the Anti-Fat, who now ob
ject to using it, iu consequence of the loss
they would sustain iu throwing aside valua
ble garments. Just turn this matter over
in your mind. A "(.'lothing Exchange" is
what you want in connection with your
Anti Fat busim;s. Yours truly,
SeiilNiiHEU). J l.l. , October 18, 1S7S.
Notlcu Is hemhy plveu, that tho ncconil auil third
gi-noritl meeting of Ibe creditors of C laiborne W In
ston. buukruvt, will be held at (.'aim. lllinuls.on the
Nth dny of November. 1;S. at the oflke of Juhu 0..
liarman. Esq., Kelstrr In Bnukruptry, for the pur
poses set forth In Kfctlotm i!7 and iiS of the Iinuk-
rupiarmi .ytorcn mi, iur, anil that I mail, on sum
uay, Die hit II mil ai'couula 111 the otnea or said II eg
lstcr, and shall, on the Ssih day of November, ttJT?.
apply to the01trlct Court nf tho United Stales, fur
the Southern District of Illinois, fort settlement of
my said accounts, and for a discharge from all lia
bility as such asultruee, In accordance with the pro
vicious of the 'ttth section of said bankrupt act
J. TAYLOU SMITH.
AuMguec of t. wlnstou.
KICK'S F. XTKAVAGAN7.A COMBIN'ATIO.V.
I'or one night only,
Saturday Eve., Nov. Dth.
A CHi'iit Attraollou-'l he Celebrated
E x t r avaganza Combination,
In the ever popular
With its Wealth of Attraction.
Among tuitnanr novel ft atom of thli dcll?btul
production may be Uiemioued
SPARKLING ORIGINAL MUSIC.
The most novel creation the ilige has had lot many
The Lone Fisherman.
The amusing ibunrdlty
THE HEIFER DANCE,
Tliu BfUlooii Trip to Arizona,
TUB LIVELY WHALES, ETC.
With full Chorus nm.1 Orchestra and a
great enst. '
General Admission, 75i'(h.
Reserved Scat 9 25 vents extra. To be
, liad at lfartmnn's).
FOll c a. tar n h:
INSTANTLY relieves suit iernianently eurea tills
lonthsiiinu dlKennH In all Its varying slSKes. It
nsseswri tho niiolliliil! and IiciiIIiik liroperllrs of
pliiulH, hern and harks iu their essential form, free
from every llbiutts contamination, and In this rea
ped diners from ovcry oilier knovsu remedy. Iu uuo
short year It has found ftw nay from the Atlantic, to
Hie I'ueiHi! eoast, and wherever known bun become
ho slHiidurd remedy tor the treatment ol L'ularru.
The lirniirlotnrn Iirv.i h..n wulted uuou hvreutlc
iniiu of national reuutatlou who liavti lici'ii cured hy
this remedy, and who have, ill considerable: expeno
and Dursnnal trouble, unread Hie eood ttewalhruurb-
mil the circles In viuu.li they move. When you hear
u wealthy gentleman ol luli'llleeuc and rennet
iav. "I owo mv life to Hanford s Hadlcul Cure."
tnav icei ni-sureu luut it la au article 01 great vaiue,
anil worthy to he classed uuion the stauduid tiiedl
rul Hfcllra of the day,
rpilli hcnellt I derive from Its dally use la lone Iu
II KN HY WiaU.of Wells, raro Co,
IT bus cured me after twelve years of uninterrupt
ed milferliiiF. ,i i, , , . i,
tint). V. lIOt'dtlTON.Waltliam. MaNs.
I. POI.I.liWKD iliedlreetloustothe letter and aui
happy to state 1 ha v u had a permanent cure.
1. W (flay, .V. U ,. Muscatine, lnwu.
Jlluve recommended, It. limiUle a Dumber of my
lilends, all of whom have mxj)ri i( d lo mo tluilr
n i i'Ii estlmnte of its rnlue anil rood ellectswllh them
VM. UI'.OWN.aaMueSt. Ht. Louis.
AH'fcK lining two bottles J Bud'uiSeltpenua
uuntly cured 1 bav iiqco re,:i)iuuimiM over
oue hundred bottles with the vreatcxt success.
VM V. AnMSTRONO,
1VJ Harrison Av., Boston.
V7K haw sold 8anoku's 1Uih al Cihi for near
VI ly one year aud say caadtdl; thai we uovjer
solda similar preparation that cave such universal
satisfaction. W e have vet to learn of the Brit i ou
plalul. H l BAI.lnVl.N, Wanhintttou, Ind.
npllE curu effected In my case by hxsroHU't lUt
.1 iuai. LTitK tvanfto remarkable that It seemed to
thO"e who had suil'ered without relief from any of
the uniul remedies that It could not be true. 1
therefor made urlldavit to It hefurv Hftb ,1 . Thomas,
Kq.. Justice of the I'earv, lliwton.
(Hautofc r". DlNh.MUltt, DrUKist, Boston.
tacit psckae of Wmiford's ltadlcat Cure vcitiVuln
Dr. Sauforili Improved lubsllug Tube, and lull
directions fur Its use Iu all cases. 1'ilce Due Dollar.
For sale by all alioleialeand retail dmnlsu and
dealers throughout the I'nlLcd States aud Canada.
WKKKS 1'UTTKR, Oeneral Acnts and Whole
sale Druggists, Boston, M4. .
Collin's Voltaic Plasters.
AN ELECT fli) GALVANIC BATTllHY COM
BINED Willi A HIGHLY MSDICATKD
STRENGTHEN INK MASTER, FOli.VUNO THE
REST l'LASTEK KOK PAINS AND ACHES IN
THE W Of'.LDOFMEDlCISK
(itnlk-uicn: I sent for one of Collin's Voltaic
Plaster, and It has beeu of wren benefit In rducln
a swelling iu my leftside that two physlclms pro
nounced Enlargement of the Spleen, aid one pro
nounced It an OvarlauTuuior. L. A. HKrEll
l ymuianu. Imi., March f), 11)77.
THEY ARE" THE BEST.
Orntlcmen: Enclosed you will flod $455, and. ,1
wish y on would send me another dozen ol your
toll I u Voltaic Plasters. By the above you will
sec thai I i-un do something to help others tu some
way even if I am not able to be up and arouud.
There are a number who have tried your plasters
who had giveu out that all plasters were good for
nothing, and now join
besltbey have ever tried.
winter better than 1 have belore Iu three years.
Vlh I could have heard of vour Plaster before.
ours. 4c . LORETU il CROSS
I'.ai i .sins Sfa. N. V., March '.'7, I htm.
Price iiS'OSntB. .
' Bet-arerul to rill for Collib'l Voltaic Fluater lest
vou vet some wnilblea imitation. Sold by all
Vholeal am) Itvtull - DmlM throughout (he
I 'lilted States aiidt'onadas. aiul by WEEKS A POT
TE1I, I'ruiirii-lors, Boston, Mass.
LIFE ASSUBMCE SOCIETY
ASSETS, Ji'NE 1, 1878, -
.No Premlim Notts'
HurplUi over Sit Million Dollara.
Tho Most impoi tant iiuestion lor those insuring their lives is "WIIICH COM
PANY W STRONdEST?"
The stronyck coiupiiny is the' one which has the most dolum of wklx. wvmtid
ASHKTS VOH ICVFJIY DOLLAR OF I.tAhtLtTirS.
Of tho RcvflDUfen inrgcVt Life Insiiranre Companies of the United Stntes, the
iilio of ns.Htts (cxchulingiirerniuirt notes) to liabilities, the Equitable is largest, being
121.00. The second largest is 119.7T, and the third Iwst 117.85.
J3TThe figure', are frott th official report of the Ne York Insurance Depart
at June 1, 1373. ,,
(How more pomlur every tliiy, and are
Washington Avenue, Cor. Twelfth Street,
MUTUAl AID S0C1CTV,
A SUBSTITUTE FOIl LIFE INSVIt
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS
Mutual Aid Society
OrpinUed July Uth, 1877, I'mW ihe Utvsot
III Ntutouf Illinois. OoijrlKhteit July
1B77. niiqYr Ai'tnfToiiKri'.
WILLIAM StUATTGN, 1'uitsti.m.
Mks. P. A. TAYI.Oft, Vi. K l'uu.nasT,
Dk. J. J. GORDON, Mao.Amisoa.
THOMAS J.KWIM, snitTH
UOAltll OK MANAOhllfl:
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