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THE DAILY CAttO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING JANUAItV " ir, 1379?
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I nter and cominimlratioiifi hoiild be addressed
Cairo Iltilleiln. ('airo. Illinois "
'iul Moriiimr iLiily in Southern Illinois
Ivirst Oiroulatiou of itri.V Duily i"
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
M.U. lltirroll, Kditor.
Tiik recent snow has been of great service
to the wheat crop. If there is no untoward
happening, hereafter, the crop will be the
largest ever harvested. As to the effect up
on the peach buds, there is s variety of
opinions. In Southern Illinois but little
damage seems to have leen iuflicted.
The crop circular of the Illinois depart
ment of apiculture for PecemlxT, 178,
gives some interesting statistics concerning
the corn crop of hist year. The 8,67,08!
acres planted in corn in 1872 produced
251,149,230 bushels, valued at 50,181.933
In 1877 there were 8,93.",411 acres planted
in corn. The product amounted to 269,-
889,742 bushels, valued nt $77,502,879.
The Chicago Tribune is showing up Lo
gaa in a new light. The dark spots in
his political history are being illuminated,
and his record as a salary-grabber and cor
ruptionist; an enemy of the Republican par
ty in its infancy, aud a disgrace to it in old
age, exhibited in a decidedly forcible man
ner. Contemplating ifjs onslaught on Lo
gan the Quincy Herald very pertinently
asks if the Tribune w ill be equally candid
after the swarthy sucker takes his scat in
the United States Senate?
Ir the voters of the country who honestly
oppose the principles and policies of the
Republican party, would unite, they would
Kwcep every State in the Union with the
possible exception of Vermont. The Dem
ocrats and Orecnbackers combined polled
majority of 2:5,000 votes at the last elec
tion in Illinois. The Republicans arc in a
minority iu every single important State
from the Atlantic coast to Kansas. They
are in a minority of 40,000 iu New York,
of 80,000 in Tennsylvania, of 30,000 in
Ohio, of 70,000 in Indiana, of 70,000 in
Michigan, of 25,000 in Illinois, and of
270,000 in Missouri.
Wis observe vague intimations, now and
then, that old Rluo Jeans Williams has a
hankering after presidential honors. He
probably thinks himself a latent Lincoln,
and that he would develop into a wonder
ful man. Rut the presidential fever has
seized upon too many men of brains and
availability for Blue Jeans to stand much
of a chance. In his own State Hendricks,
Voorhces, Holman and Julian are all head
and shoulders above Williams. In Ohio
there is Thurman and Pendleton, in New
York Tilden and Seymour, in Pennsylvania
Randall, and in Delaware, Bayard. It is
quite clear, therefore, that Williams, old as
lie is, must wait awhile.
TitK sickening spectacles that often at-
rteid the execution of our criminals should
plead with our law-makers for the adon-
tion of some other method for the infliction
oi the death penalty. A New Orleans pa-
per says with much truth, that scarcely n
month passes but the public is horrified by
the record of some such bungling execution
asthat of Hunter In Philadelphia. Nociv-
ilized country in Eunmu lias ever fn
as many instances of cruel protraction of I
-suffering in the death penalty, as America,
'. the boasted land of progress. Tho guillo-
tine, garrotte, or even the old axe ami
block, would be' preferable to the method .
now in vogue. I
KMTlKTAltr SlIKUMAN intends lo inflict
upon the innocent public all his Ihmncial
MH-flif. hi one dose, m the form f ubook.
Thhi tlie New York world constru-s H a
open avowal of his Presidential asprntions.
The World itssuiues nt once that Mi. Slier
limn has not been consistent with limself
during the sixteen years of his 0f!liit life
Kiel iptotes Ins declaration to a committee
of Congress as eviilence of thut fae1, Mr
Sherman said: "The silver bill wasapopu.
Inr measure," mid ho willed that "In n gov-
vriuneut like ours it is iilwnys ljikmI, to obey
the popular current." This is a very irooil
Democratic doctrine, urn! if the World can
bring no more seriotH clmrfje Against Mr
Slienniiu lie will be a formidable cundidiitc,
ANuitih in this cruel mauner that that un
hesitating sheet, the Chicago Times, goes
for the man to whose genius we are indebt
ed for tho attactivc shape ot the Cairo cus
"Mullftt, whose architectural abomiua-
tions disfigure a score or two of the chief
citie in the land, has had the audacity to
present a claim to congress for extra com
pensation. He insists that it was not his
business when supervising architect to pre
pare plans for new buildings, and claims
pay for all the designs ho furnished. The
power of impudence could go no farther
than that. It is the common opinion of the'
country that everyone ol'MulIett's plans was
an architectural tnisile ineanor, for which he
should have been punished, not paid. His
chance for getting extras from congress, un
less he makes the. hill large enough to cov
er liberal dividends cannot be good.
The New York S.m says, Gov. Xicholls
tells tlie l)ui3ii;nu legislature that, al
though there have Wen some acts of lawless
violence in the State l,fls vt'ar tljat
have startled and distressed the mass of
the people. thee are "practically beyond
the reach of the constituted authorities."
If that is so. the so, ner the people of Lou
isiana reconstitute the authorities the bet
ter for the reputation of the state. What
spectacle could In- more humiliating than
this of the Governor of an American com
monwealth j'ub!io!y acknowledging that its
executive and judiciary arc too weak to
deal with lawbn-akf r? It is nothing less
than an imitation fur the government to
agun cur the state with the presence of
Federal t: ;; .vid no one iirnl be sur
prised should I'f.-iJent Hayes yield to
stalwart pressure, and comply with the re
quest. That bad men sme times resort to t!ie
ministry to tiud a clok for their shocking
villainies, is demonstrated in the conduct of
one Rev. Thomas Crossley, of Rocklin,
California. Ife came to California from
England, bringing with him a woman to
whom he was not manied, and abandoning
a wife and house full of children for whose
support he was responsible. He left them
penniless, and soon commenced maltreating
the woman who had eloped with him. She
wouldn't stand it, howivcr. and
'blowed" on him- declaring that
he was a fraud a.s a preacher, and had left
a wife and family in the "M ceuuin- lo
pendent upon the charity of the neighlors.
This exposure led to his expulsion from the
ministry, and straightway he commenced
the work of thra-hing the members of his
late church, iu detail. He gave many a
black eye, and not unfrequently got one iu
return. Shortly alVrwards he married a
California woman; but he treated her in
such a brutal manner that she refused to
live with him. He coaxed her persistently,
but she turned a deaf car to his entreaties,
which finally so enraged him that he took
a butcher knife and killed her. He tied the
country, and may be playing the role of
preacher in some locality remote from the
scene of his atrocious crimes, it is the I
presence in tlie world of such men as
Crossley that gives the coloring of reason to
the claim that there is a literal hell.
The editor of the Quincy Herald, whose
opportunities for observation are good, says
that "the contest for the lnitcd States .sen
atorship at JeflVrson ( is if anything
more exciting than the one at Springliel.L
Col. Vest seems to be the favorite, with
Thomas Allen looming up ils a formidable
opponent, and Glover, Phelps. Hardin and
others in the background." x0 senatorial
contest pending iu the United States is
viewed by the Democratic party, with more
concern than that of Missouri. H Vcat is
(,1(T,ti(i energies of northern Democrats,
wlll lmvi! 0M ,0 Indiana and New
ork,"t' party, will be paralyzed. He
11 ,illltaMt I'X'i emist, who holds that negro
81lffl';,' is (i urse and that the rebelclaims
BK"msl tllc government nre legitimate
clain,8 'In'1 l'lding these obnoxious views
ho is lm'(''8,,y man who will ventilate
u,t'm tho 1 ""wl States henate. it will
be idle for the mutv to disci 111)11 l'flLIHU.L
'''ty- It will have to ean v the odium
nml ,,1L' n'sult wil1 ''I' that voters will s,u,i.
I" "llr Hues by the thousand. Vest's
('k'ctlon would be, not only a party, but a
R. 8. After placing the above in type the
at. umis papers brought us news of t.
nomimition of Getienil James Shields, ,y
the Deinm-ratic caucus, for the .short term,
tlie vote Htandinif. Shields Ml, Armstrong
3. By this act Missouri has covere.l her
self with gh,r. She has not only hon
red herself, but added strength and dig.
" t the Democratic represent,,,!,,,, in
the United Static Senate, fr t l.. (i n r
al's election, an,, the expression f sen.,,
ment given, there ,,, he,,,) doubt. ,.,.
"ruts of the North wlmfeurcd theelediot,
of Vest, foitlu term that will be filled by
Shields, hap ncaslon to rejoice, nd do
rejoice ovcrthe !) cholcithe Democracy
of Missouri has made in lie selection ot
the old hero. f two wars Ml tho ex-Senator
of two sovreign States j Now, to com
plete the gooi work, let lie Missourians
select Allen oi Glover for1, he long term,
and the Democwy of the cantry will rest
nt ease. ' ' ' ' 1 'i 4 ,
We can heartily sympat'ze with the
city of Memphis for "we knw how it. is
ourselves." The city is in debt to the
amount of live millions of illnrs, and is
unable to meet the interest s it becomes
due. The authorities tre, therefore,
driveu to a choice of altentives,. viz: to
propose a compromise of fry cents on the
dollar, r.r repudiate the whe debt. They
proposed the compromise; it instead of
accepting it, a number oft! creditors sued
out mandamuses against tlncity to compel
the payment of the claims t once. This
onslaught at once silenced :ie oposition
to an abandonment of the ci,- urgiui.ation,
and even the city council nit and p.ivd a
resolution declaring such a step necessary
to save the city from utter iiiancial ruin.
Speaking of tlie cormorants ho iavc de
scended upon the city withtieir mamhm
uses, tlie Mempnis Appeal savs: ' 1 lie re
sult of this effort to shueze blood out of a
turnip will astonish man, of our cuizens
and amaze all our our ceditojs. Tlie city
fathers, most of whom wee supposed t. lie
opposed to surrendering he city charter,
promptly and unanimously passed a resolu
tion to that effect. We lure no doubt that
a majority of all classes ol the people of
Memphis will endorse thisiction. and that
!oth houses of the legislatue before whom
bills are now pending, proiding for this
!at resort of a jK-ople madi desperate ly a
series of calamities unparaleled in the his
tory of the cities of the Uu ted States -will
as speedily grant the relief supposed to
lodge in a surrender of tlie name and all
that in law makes Memphis. M-auvhile,
uie general council win not men tga;n, so
that these mandamuses can not be aiforced
by taxation. The Appeal has hitheto with
held its absent to so desperate a remedy
for our financial distress as the sui ender ol
the city charter, but admonished by the
mandamuses served last night, it sees m,
other w ay of relief open for a sorel ' pressed
THE DEFEAT OF lOGAj'.
The Stute Register (Gov. l ilmers paper i
makes the prediction that Gimr.il Iig m
will not be elected to the Inited States
Senate. But we will let the p.r spenk
for itself, only interposing on ot; own ac
count, that we fail to se any inflation r,f
the result so confidently fl-rcto. W the
"The State Register, which i nt in tlie
habit of making rash prnlictinis Ini-to
announce that all appearances iidiiate tin-
defeat of John .. l.o":m's amlitioiis olii'i
for n scat iu tie-United State Jejute. It
is no doubt true that when the campaign
was opened hen- by Logan nm hi inune-
ihiiL- supporters, he mid tliey lopcared to
have "the buli.' -" on his competitors, and
there is no doubt that it was a art of Lo.
gan's campaign policy that as the stran
gling members arrived they shoiid find that
Logan's friends held poi-sessim of tin
ground on which the action was to lie
fought, and that they should thus be induced
to pledge to him their all.-gianee. But the
plan has been overworked, and now it is
apparent that Logan had better have de
layed his arrival, or at h-iist should not have
rested nil his hopes upon so weak u basis.
But it is sufficient fur the present purposi
to say that Logan's campaign is a failun
.....1 ...I O.I
nun nun wiuic mere is no reason to sup
pose a Democrat can he elected, the Held is
open tor any Republican mher than Black
rrr.ni.vi l-ou S I.IKK 1 I M K. -1 er.sOIIS
afllicted with rheumatism often suffer for a
life time, their tortures being almost with
out remission. The joints and muscles of
such unfortunates arc In most cases shock
ingly contorted and drawn out of sluinc
To afford them even temporary relief, the
ordinary remedies often prove utterly um
less. Jlostetters Stomach Bitter, on the
other hand, is avouched by persons win
liave used it, to be a genuine source nf
lief. It keeps the blond cool by proNiotiii"
regular habit ol I sidy, anil removes from
it impurities which, In (he opinion ,,f
rational pathologists, originate this uironlz.
niif complaint mid its kindred malady, the
yout. Besides this the Bitters remedy
disorders of tlr stomach, liver and nerves,
prevent and eradicate intermittent ami
mittci-t fevers, promote appetite and sleet,
""'iHo'liiglily recommended by physici,,,,
"H " 'I''i-'I'le lieitud stimulant ami
Can't Pumcii tiimrt. No imiii can do
rrK.djob,. w.nk, preach a good sen,,,,,,
liy law suit well, din-tor a pti,.ll(, u'r
write a g.sid article when he feels miser,,.
,,' '""I 'I'HI with sluggish bruin and .
steady nerves and ,, ,lk(l
'"' -i sued a condition when It cuti be
so easily ,, v ,y P, ,, (y ( lt(i
i""P"""r. See-i,,,,,,, tii,d''Vnv,.,
otlier column. i
JJOTTO & FOOASSI'S
T0XY llERTAUItANT !
OLD DELMONlCOni'lLDINO. OHIO LKVEE,
Coliduetud on tin) European plan. Seta llm flni-Ht
tu'iloof any Iiuiihu In the tltv. Special rati-
tor tuontti or week, to reirular people.
Connects 1 with tun rt-stHiirant is the
FINK8T 1IAI! IN" T11H Tl'V,
SunpHi-d with the Cbolient Wine mid l.l(Uor.
Mixod Drinks a Sipeel:iltv, Hestuuraiit and
SuloonOpen t All Hour. Day and Nlirlit.
m - -J
5 i i
fe i ':
jXSl'RAXCE AGENCY OF
AVklls it KniiTir,
flloOnc '. ,of Liverpool
Royal Canailian id.
Af ill villa 1 rir- "d Mirine (Maiville, N..I.)
JUinilH , A-ls. :T,M.
Commercial ; A,JtVf ZvZ..
I'll i All 1 1 Of PhiladHi!ii; wUbUnl
L II 1011 f A!-M-i..$.ia.iu-ii
lu d ia
Of Fr,i'po.-i, Ill.V
KISKS W KITTEN AT FA IK KATES.
Officio in Alix:imUr County ll:ink.
OYSTKRS AM 1'WI.
AVbo!.' and r. tail dealer iu
OYSTERS AND FISH
Oysters in Bulk and Can, Sea Fish
Native FMi, (Vleiy and (iaine.
I'artlruiar attention pM to oril- from nt.iujd
mi an siocK t'unrHUteeii tnn alnpuert
Decorative I'ajier Ilanirer
P A I X TK n
A sl'K( I ALTV MADK Ol-'
Chi.iii oiwl KalsominiiiLr
l.eiive Orders ul l!,iri iay'n or I'arkcr'a Douk Sluri
JIITI'AI. All SOflKTY.
A M'lWTITITK FOR LIFE IN'SlR.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
MlTL'AL All) SOCIKTY
Oiirmilreil July I Mil, 1877, I'mler the Lawunt
tin-Slate of Illinois. Ciii) rlghtel July
H. HIT", iiinler Act of ('oiigiTss.
WILLIAM STUATTON. I'iiii.kst.
Mil". I". A, TA 1 Ll'lt, . VliH-I'liasiUKKT.
J. A (iol.DSTIN K. . TnrAseumi.
Pit. J.J tiOKDON. .Mku. AnvisoK
IIIOVAS I.KWIS. . . Hu-aifTttY.
IIO.M1I) OP WANAOKIts:
'J I';0'tl,!.,.-1l'i;"i'i''' 'Shu, in.
t. I', A, TAV LOU, Hiipnrliiteiident ol'
Ni ho ili, Alevauiler County i
Mrs. K. i:. I-'OIIII, arlnty Hriieki-t htore. "
.1. A. tiOI.DhTlNH, of OoldMltie A Ri,.
eiiwter, Wlinli'siili! nml Hetiill Denier
la .Staple ami Knnrv Dry liomlii " o
N. II. TIIIsTI.KvWmiH. of Itlukli!
Tlilstleuoiiil. I oiiiinii hlim .Mercliiiiits,
('olloii nml 'I'oliHceo l-'ai-tor " "
S, I). AY KRS, of Ayem ,1 i'o CdiiiiiiI.
Ion Merelniiiti" .i
THOMAS LKWIS, lustirHiiee .Mn,iaUer
nno .iiiornev ill i.aw
W.M. hTKATTOX. of Strulion & lllnl.
W holeKiilr" (iroeer u
OHO. M. A I.DKN, I'oniinlssliin .Me'r-
rhmil ?S (Ihln l.i.vi.n
JAN. N. KKAIIDKN. Aiiei'it' Missi'l'mVl
" ii 1 1i4 ii iuiinaliiil..i li '
i nil' i i v ii H ifi 1 1 1 'II UNI Itflr V " "
II A II It SON not I'T. Wnicbninki-r and
ileweler .. ,,
CHAN. It. STI AIIT, WholeMileiinrt'lle'
imii io-y ,iooii mm Mm, in, .,
KDW'AKII A. HI'liKli. M ifuitiirliii-
iieneier nun w holei-iilo Denier In
Viili limiil,er' Tools nml MiiterliilK.. ..
UllWIN It. HOSKW. I'roprletor N, ,
I 'lilt !. I lial..l '
IIA.KN I. K 1 1 I VlUlNVcirimn uVloti Mlr-
run in i . , , ( ,..,, , , "
Dr. KDWAltD It. KuK, f, H. MarKliiii
Homherii lilslrli t. Illluol NprliiL-nelil, Ilia.
Mrs. A. AY Kits vhl I
Mr. K. M. II KM I II AM. I'liysU-iau . . Indlatinpolls, Ind
JAN. M. lihl.ATT. Kcal KnOiic
. Ael,r .... Keokllk. IoW.
Ilcv. .-AVil t . VI,u., HuhUi,
. ''. "!',"!:. OruiiilJanrtloti, Teiin,
,1 II Ol M Klf Miwliaui ....MurltUu. Miss.
jLEXANDEU COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and ELjhtli Street,
F. ISIiOSS, l'n-ldnt.
I'. NKKK, Vire I'rem.Jetit.
II. SVKI.I.s. t'axhlpr.
N T. J. UEKTII. Amlatunt CmIiLt.
V. Hro, Cairo; Wllllnni K'uire. Calroj
I'eter.Neir. Cairo; William Wolf. I'nlro:
I, M. Onterloh, K. I. iiiiltnk'slei, si. Louis;
K. lluder, Cairo; J. Y . I U-mou,'Ciileilolilu.
A GENERAL IIANKINO lll'SIN ENS HONE. Et
l x ibaiiK'- nM and buiit'lit. Intere-l piilil in tl,
j. . cuaiiK'- nM and buiiu'lit.
?"lnK" "epurtment. I'ollectlniis UllnU
Dusiui-Kl proinpUy nltunded to.
lie and all
rM!E CITY NATIONAL BANK.
W. i: IIALLIDAY. !-ni.l.-iit.
II I.. H M.I.IDAY, I.-.- 1'r.Hil. nt.
.T.TTV:.(-!'.. w. I-. Il!l l!i..
IO;miv l. iiaui im. i:. n. u msh.x,
0. o. mi 1 1 , ,.s. sTri-iiiL limn,
li a. CAN Ilk x
F.xi haiige, Coin and United Mates Bond"
KOI i.HT AND MH.I'.
f. .0it r Ce';
i! and a j.-uenl l-aiik!n- 'n;iue
ENTERPRISE SAYINOS BAN If.
( hurtereil Miinh :tl. i:i-'..
OFICK IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
ISTERET pM on d pit M ir-li Ul and Sep
ti-nifh-r lt. lnl-ret uwt w'thdrawn i added im
in'sliat- ly t the iirinrlpai of -ae depuf't-, Hi. n ly
CychlMren and married wnm-n n.i depmit
money and no one else ran draw It.
WALTER HYSLOP. Tkkanvkku.
HOUT AM) MfoK MAKHR.
ROOT AND SHOE MAKKU
Ci'inne n Aveune. lut-i p.!., Ill
si:b nml Seventh i-t. llllllb 111.
'PAKKS pleasure in announcing to hi pilrmn and
1 tin- public generally that he bad nceh.-d the
ni et anu most eii-t mock of Leathers of ei.-rv
'lecrlptlnn ever brought toJthU city. All work In
hi- lint- executed promptly and in the be-t manner.
Entire mil-faction (Hen In eu-ry intanre. 1'ricea
to lint th times.
The Ciiiro I5ox ami Uasket Co.
wn i. reiiNisii
Flooring, Siding. I.ath.Ktc
At the very lowest rates.
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
We an; prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDER
On the. tiHortetin one;.
A SPECIALTY made nf STEAMBOAT Ll'MKEK,
W'a also manufacture KHUT HOXMATEIil LS
Cracker, Candr Packing Uoxua Slnvea, Heading
Uoalor in IiYosh Meat.
Between AV'iiBhlnalon nml Com-
lni'i-oiiil Av,, aillolninp; Ilunnyti.
I'EKI'H for salethe bi't Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
' l.atnb. NailHilue. Ae.. and la nr..i,,.r..,i ... ...... -
iHialllus In an acceptable mauner.
I'AIMX, OILS. A LI. PAPER. ETC.
1J, V. HLAKE,
Paints, Oils, Va rn islies, rushes
Wiiulnw Glass, Window Nliadi-.s, Ktc.
Alway on hand tin- celot.r.itnl ji.m-iiinati.nu
I,.'M!,1,,??!.rnm-!i ri.it Til
COMMEItriAL AVE. Is lwocii EIETII id
SIXTH NTS., CAIRO, ILL.
HOUSE SHOEING a specially. Iti pairing ol :t
kiuiN of veil l ies done iieativ anil on abort I.'
lice, ut the lowest possible col,
WATCHEM. JKWKI.RY, KTC.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIOIITII STREET,
Iklwsei, Coiunie-iial mill I
dshlu,-ton avus., ,
FIXL WA'K HWORK A SFF.tlAL'I Y.
tfEugiiisiiu and al! I;lm! of r-'juiring n-
iV All kinds of Solid .Icm-'rv n:aile to oril r
( DM MISSION.
r ii ers is
FLOUR. oRAIX AXI) HAY
Hirliest Cusb I'ricf I'M fur Wlieit.
WIIOLK.SAI.K WINKS AND Uul ull
V. M. Mock It-lb.
Stockflkth it IK0S.S,
Sai:.fs.r to Y. H Sus kfl' th.
lniporti-i M mikI Wliolsiile di-.ilci-H i i
Fon-ijn and iHnnostif
Ligrons and wines,
Kbirie. K.-ily l.'.jp.d.Cu.wi,,. alifornla ami ,i .
pa'ue. M"iln W!'"'" tl'-'
Xo. (i2()hhLcvee. Cairo, III.
Wbolenatc anil Itetail I). :er In
Foreign aiul Domestic Liquoi-s
Wines ol all Kinds,
NO. 00 Olllij LEVEE.
U s , k of lb best giMls In the market and ,.
.;rel:. auentlon to tho nliMk,
rf HE GREAT ENGLISH REM ELY
(illAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
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potency, and all
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by Druggists een where. ' htm'"' ttml
Obtnlned for new Invention, or for liniirnu.n i
on old ones; for medical or other ill iwii''
marks and labels. Caveat. Assigi , "n is w. '
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