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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIKO. ILLINOIS, SATIIIIDAV M0ItXIX(J, JANUARY 1, 11179.
NEAV SE1UES-NO. 170
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TEW YORK STORi:,
WH0LKSAI.H AND liKTAIL,
The Latest Viiriety Stock
IS THK CITY
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
dir. Nliuti-Mihatnu'laniJ I uva Til
CiimiiH'rclal Avu., f UHHMJIt
C. O. PATIEU & CO.
I) VANTAGES OP
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FUJI ALL ILLU.MIXATL(i rUJIPOSKS.
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various I'liulo of IMiucil IVtinU'iiiii. k wliv
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THE FAMILY SAFEGUARD 01k
1 o(i Kahn
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And i the irj- HiJit iiaili- f'f Il!umirtatiic 3 i I from whith, in tlir prKfi. of
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'n t iriri" and i'ararriiii-. In Color, F.lninc U Spring Water Whiff,
" Fin- 1Vt' i Si IIii.-h a to inakt- it a Ahsnlutcly
Safi- a uny Illuiuinant Known. HaTin No
aiTt-calile idor, F.laim-i a I'leasiUt Oil
Fur Faniilr uc.
IT l)Oi:s NOT INCUIST TIIK WICK I
Ai;d tin:- i s.vni.iiil its
CAI'TloN -..M U' uwd in tin- piinlm
ijiiiarity ha.- induced the
ASK FOR IT. I'SE XO OTHER OIL IX YOUR LAMPS!
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rtrt i iun' S;. I.ut.l bukir in vlmrr. I mil pr.'piin'il
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tinli'i- will In- prmnptlv f lli'd. A di'llvvry wnenn
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lii.iiliitliiil "I '.'iii-tnrirr
A .l uri' nl tl.M puMic'iipiiiriiiiiiifi' In mlUUi'il, ami
XEW MEAT MARKET.
h?T K A X I BOATS.
"iUtiof Uu niiflaJolli'iid.
N 'HIV 01. Ill I.
KOKULKU linos., I'roitiiotoiH,
A full niiit 'tnpli'lo iiiiM.iy ... , , .
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PrixltniH f 1'itrnli tnu
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FrnU' nt Ui tiinitHins;.
- o of Kiaim-, as its yrf-at n jrowiny;
intnulurtion of imitation.
b PtOrr i lf;p,s.
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(IYSTF.K.S AM FISH.
Wlioli'iiilo iiml ri'tail Hi hIh In
0Y8TEIIS AXI) FISH,
Oysters in llnlk and Cun. St-i Fish.
.Native Fish, tVlory ami (tame.
l'nrtlnilnr uiti'iiilon pnlil tn (irdi'tv from ubroail
and nil .lock iiitiiintci'il wlun hhlpprd.
Wliul.'.alcat'd H. liii
Dry (vooilsand Clothing,
HOOTS AND SlItE.S,
CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS,
rommi'irlnl Avi'ntnt, I
L'urucr tluhlb atrsul
MARKETS YY TELEGRAPH
i iVKiinmi, (iiiAix.
Livi.ht-imii, January I, 'i r. m.
Wliuut DullWinNT, (Hfeiis; Spring
s Vblds 'M; California arcrai,'c, Hs lid
(i,l)4.l; California cluli, !H MDs 7.1.
Cunvni w, ';s :M. C 'i n iM, 2-ls.
NKW YORK DRAIN.
N.xv York, .January 17, !0 r. M.
riifat-(iirt-No. Chifasr, !7inil;
No. 2 Milwaukcr, 1 DOfet 01 ; It'.'l Winti r,
$1 M2 11 1 ; Xo. lcl Winter, ! 10;
1 10i4 No. 3 Amhcr, Ull OHUt'A 07.
Corn 2uii!t -st' aintr, 43;V ; N. , V,,' :
No. 2, 47
micufio r.BAiN ami rcoDiti:.
Cnn.A'io, January 17, 12 a. m. Corn
Feliroarr, !H) In I ; March, :i0'j8' ; Uy
:J4'S'. Wheat February, 8:1 WfJ.Man.-li,
"4 l.i.1. rork-l-VbruarylSS-J'MaiTh.
JST'.t.S 4 April, $S .V ' .2r S -Vi.
('Kif Arri, January 17.2;:I0 p. m. I'ork
I. I.rnary, .fS 22 ,S 2"; Maifh, ?S 4 )(,
X 42'; ; A pril, $s .,:,u-s .17 .;. ('urn -Jan-nary
2!J;'!i'2) V. KflwMary, 2fltR?3tt'
March, M.Ws ; May, ;S4?B'(!.34'j
Wheal -F"liruary. vl'.j; March, 4'4;
Jinnarv. 2' ,' hi. I.
f'iri(Ano, January 17, 10 a. m. Fork
Ftjlirunry.ll 10;Man-h, f S So. Wli'at
Ffhrimry, 8:t?8 l.i.J. Marrh, H bid.
( 'urn - January 2fl;8' hid. April 2S;S
lii.l. March, 50' bnl Mar, 3-1;',.
THK SKNATOHIAL STRL'GOLK.
OK Tin: WAYS AMI AND JIKANS IIT WHICH
M ( KI R It MTHMCAN8 DON'T A'IKKK tTON
A -KNATilIllAI, ( ANI)lllATK.
TlicSi-nattirial struulr now jfoin on in
Springfield is a -pri-taclp that no good man
can witness witlamt fi i'lin of iliavst, if
not of alarm. Never lN:for.', in tin.- politi
cal hi.!nryi(f Illinois, havp tflc jw-opln Imtii
calll upon to witness a ronti-t in which
trickery. Inj'l-dnzin. and otlicr ijlfjtitiiate
and li "litriciny nrans wi-r! imlusfiiotisly
and uiicasipj;'ly i mi.ilYfrI. To ive our
readerv uu idea of thr ih-sperutr rirts of
fhf !i icn i- of tlir ijndi'iiitfs nd the candidate-
tliciii-'-lves, wi- ivo phice to thefol
lowinjL,' ct;-act from the Sprintrtidd coiti-s-xmi
Iriicc nf thu Chicajo Triluliif-, which
paper is. hy the way, IkmIi fierce and un
hfbitatiny; in its oppo-sition to Iogan. The
'I'hi' wac which waa pisKluefd in the
Jxiti.in camp ywierduy hy the postpone
ment of the caucus till Friday ftenin is
unaliatod, and, while thf manaa,,r.s endeav
or to kcp up their conns':, it is uppumit
to Un- most casual ohservrr that they Imvc
in a great mea-urc lost their grip. The
seventy or eighty votv which they boasted
for thu first formal ballot Iiiiti: very mate
rially dwindled away, and I.ony Jones is
now witistied with claiming simply a hare
majority. The Jo Davie.-.- statesman bn
fins to weary of his jh, and this evening
he had no hesitation in publicly dtvlarinir
that ho never could again undertake its
Iigan has taken on him-clf the task of
working up the dnubtful and wavering. His
supplications to the former and his prom
ises to the latter have as.-umed mammoth
proportions. The telegraph is kept busy all
day long, uriring outside pressure . IVomi
uctit men all over the state who are known
to be favorable to the swarthy F.iryptian are
implored to come over and fix thing's with
those members whom it is supxjsetl they
can intlm-nee. Private receptions arc hour
ly held, and nothing is left save the tor
tures of the inquisition to extort from the
unwilling members the pledges necessary
to secur" his election. Different is tiie itu
ation at the Farwell and igleshy headquar
ters. THKKK ARE NO INDICATIONS OK AOCK,
I'vcrybmly feels happy vcr the prospect of
heating the great American bolter of two
years a so. and this -eenis to be the iiu vita
ble result. John B. Ilawley.of It.ark Island,
a-istant secretary of the treasury, arrived
arrived In-re to-night. He intimated to the
ubiquitous int'-rtiower that he ha- a cas!
before the supreme court. This is senrcely
accurate, for the roason that head officials
of Washington depnrtmenut are not in the
habit of traveling around the country at
tending the Hiiprenm courts of the different
States. Mr. llawley is a dark horse of
very uncertain size. Some half-dozen of
the' Logan men, who live in the vicinity of
Ilock Island and adjoining counties, have
joined on Mr. llawley astheii'second'choice
in the event of the In oak-up of the Logan
combination, llawley is here to witness
the effect. Some of his friends claim that
ho would make nn excellent compromise
candidate, and that, by a judicous course,
he might be able to concentrate enough
votes to elect him should the opposition to
I-ogaii fail to agree. Being very close to
the administration and the possessor of a
first class record, his friends naturally think
that he has more than un average chance of
The fact is, every Iwidy lmt the ca mil
itates themselves are beginning to get tired
of the everlasting ear-chew ing and secret
caucusing which has been going forw ard
here without cessation for the past ten days
UlNiilSU Killt UF.sT.
and fur the tranquility of an undisturbed
existence. There are 100 Hepuhlicnn main
hers of tlio fjeneral assembly, each one of
whom him doubtless lieen approached
quietly by Home coulldential friend nbout
100 times, dragged off into a deserted wr
ner, and requested to give up Ida true iu
wonlneason tho aulject. The result lias
lecn marked down on tho nwter opposite
h' name hy tlie conlldentJal friend fore
salt, on "Solid for I-ogun," 'Sure tor Far-
I'll," or "Slioutinjj for 0,'lcliy,'' as tlie
iho may l'. In 1I1N nunmr, well as
ly written nliMln, the ntntus of nuc-t of
tin.' lncniliiT.s liuvi' lifi'ii olitain'.-il. innl the
roiifral iroinplcctiou of tiling ilwhicnl from
tli" raii'l total.
tii k (ii'Hi.r. irrA if iifs ai-atn twk ht,
John i'dktmc asi. im.k jo-krH in
WASHINGTON rilKf. i.AM(.t.b AM) THK
Yi.i.iiw ro' r K.
I Spi'rlal cow.piMrieaco ut th. Rii'lrtl.i.!
WA'nrNBTox, Jantiary 14,
Of Iegislhtive business little has been
dime since congress nut on the Tth, doulit
less beeause of the deaths of Mes-rs. Hart
lidneand Scleichcr, elsewhere refern to.
We are to have an inver.igition of the
"cildicr di spiitches." I fuppoki; noone will
rejoice at this more than the eminent gen
tleman who was elected IVriden int 116,
and whose name has been so f'eely and
prsistrntly connected, iu th: rulica! pi'es,
with the sending or receiving the-e telo-gram-.
Mr. Tilden's -mpiia!icdeiii! of any
kiiuwedge of them has Jong l"ii before
the public, ami it is not to i much to say
that every man who wits willing to be em:
vinced of the truth was satisri'.d with it.
if continuation is n -.-d.d we -hall no j
ijouht nave it, tnroiig.i t.ns investigation,
from tho-': w ho sent and t'-i 'w ho received
such of the published dispatches a
were s"nt or received. We shall have 4 full
statement of the circumstances u:ider which
the despatches were s'T.t.
The funeral of Uvpre-ruti.tive Scleichcr
yesterday, at the hous", was an imposing
affair. Following so vm after that of Mr.
Hartridge. aiiotlcr much resp"ctcd n-pre-sentativc,
and preceded Iiut briefly lry the
deaths of Messrs. Williams and Douglas,
already referred to in this correspoml,nce,
it not only led to 11 full attendance of sena
tors and representatives,!! ti the presence
of bp. immense crowd of citizens but was
an occasion of much wilmuity to all. Me.xrs
Hartridge and Sc'eieher, thotigti compara
tively new members, were extremely popu
lar among the men of faith partis in the
houe and senate. K
Senatiir Tliurumn lias sent to th Teller
( munittee his thinl letter naming sources
from which insinuation in tlie line of its
legitimate inquiry can be exjicctci".
The N. Y. World, upon what aiithoritv
is not known here, says the report of the
o!ticers inquiring into the Fitz John Porter
case, will be favorable to that gentleman.
The report whatever it may lie, will e sent
to Mr. Hayes, who ordered the inquiry, and,
if favorable, will probably lie the subject
of a special message to coiujits-. It is Im
possible to t'e how axy other conr? en be
After the adjournment of ti;e Woman's
SnfFrage Convention, a few day since, some
of the leaders called upon Mrs. Hayes.
They were vpy cordially re
ceivel, but that judicious lady
expressed no views on the (pievtion of suf
frage. She evidently has not that facility
of utterance which enables Mr. IUvr- to
speak on loih sides o
aiiy qip stio, 1 iu a
The friends ef ex-Ser.ator Henderson, of
Mo., are milking an active efr'irt to secure
that gentleman's appointment to the Ger
man mission,. Mr. Hayes might do much
worse than to end the eloquent Greeley
Itcpublicftti Mis-onrian there. But he
might ilo b.'tter ly ignoring jailitie- alto
gether. Chief Joseph is a visitor here. Hi great
est triumphs, it will be n member :d. were
nchived iu the campaign with General
Howard. General H. has the satisfaction of
knowing that he will be remembered as ' v admirable medicinal stimulant and
long as history recount- the deeds of thin ! tonic.
really able Indian. ( 'hi' f Joseph's busi-1 ylli;,'ANliK H.AiTY.-lf you will si.;.
ne is not Mrietly i.llicia'. but he will iv-1 hU yMt ,.xtr(lvagant and wrong notions i,.
ceive attention from government olHci.ils. , d,Ktoring yourself and families with e-Attentionouglittobeg-lv.-niriallpurtsof
j ,lf.,lsiv,. d.K tor.s or huinbug cure-alls, tln.r
the country, to a niening. to be h-ld here , ,,arm jlwilv. j u , natures .-ii:,-
in February next, of scluaii superintendents.
Eminent -educators from North, South, F.a-t
and West will participate in tho discus-lous
of the occasion, and doubtless much iu'"ir
mation of value will be disseminated.
There is one man, at I'-a't, who claim- to
understand the means of stamping out. nr.
more strictly, freezing out, ths yellow fever.
This is I Vol. Gangee, of London, who e:aims
that he can reduce the temperature of a
house or vesvl to zero in fifteen 111 mules
time, and that genus of the disease are kill
ed at such temperature. He has considera
ble scientille and official support here, and,
backed by this, will ask und probably ob
tain a sum of money from congress sulll
cient to put his plans to a test. The dis
ease rausea such a terror in the South at
this time, because of its ravages lust sivi
son, and tho fear of its return, that the pro
fessor will receive from Southern represen
tatives a warm support..
In connection with the proposcd.ai'l t.i
Now Orlenna and New York lines of
steumslilps to Sjiith American ports the
following figures are interesting: These
figures having lieen published jestcrday,
wt now omit them. Kd.
NononY should go to church or a public
meeting , hacking away and disturbing
tlto preacher or orator with th.'ir Cough.
Uso Ir, Null's Cough Syrup at unco it costs
only 25 cents a bottle.
HON. WILLIAM KMOKUlsoN.
a iiioii TiiinrrK mom a m;i'i:ui.iiN
T. M. Clark, editor of the Cute City, a
H'ftiblican journal, published at Keokuk.
Iowa, iu his "Washington Notes," psvs
Hon. Win. B. Morrison, repn-sentative In
cmigrr-s from the seventeenth Illinois dis
trict, the following high tribute:
Contraries are one ot the elements of the
nientnl law ofsnugestion; and are -mm .
what fierce diatribe is suggested by the
grace of courtcy i,nd the sterling qti tlitirs
of two gentif men who cany their office
without affectation. We never had good
an opportunity to see tho true iawardne
of Mr. SIiHrison, of IllinoiH. Nature ba
s i itampfl him with true manliness that
one at all familiar with wen need neTer speak
a word te him to Vnow that he is genuine
iinaucfed, owe sagncioiiH, high prim i
pleil and trust-worthy. To know him letter
is easily to know why the people of this
distriet trust hiwi m unreservedly, and why
SM'aker Kerr, a man as genuine and un
rt'ectei as himself, pickwl him tnlc chair
man e-f the committee ol' way aHd means.
There is lots of (Jraat alnjut Momsoii, but
more worhlly sagacity or worldly capacity.
'Hie nun look somewhat alike; there is the
s.ime low. srpiare set body aHd brain with
with work and reliithlencvs in both. Mor
rison, he told us, "enterAl pulilielife by
the back d'Kir' Born and raised mi Ui:ii
Uiiking such lejcning a came to him from
y)!Ithrm n:ir..,is di-triet s.:hool,
to manh'Knl to take CMie ! his own Im-i-
ne-s, hut compelled by the growing coiu't
dence of the people hy had lived among
in hi. trustworthiness an I -4g;eity to tW
both miltary and civil ortice be has been
long in public lite with the dilTidence and
reserve of a nun who meant all hi- life to
be an inpret'-ntious farmer. So he is very
imslest of his ability to meet the demands
of public station w ith the completeness
that be imagines a scholar or a wintrier
might do it. But only a simpleton would
mistake Jiis. reserve for affectation or dis
courtesy. And the limitations which it i
easy to we he thinks hMaeJv of accomplish
ments put upon him exist only in his im
agination anfl are an unconscious tribut
to his ow n genuineness and manliness. Hi
opinions aWmt the public uocn of Illinois
and the countrj-past and present, givinir
the 6,eelm of rnendly discourse were acute
and tar (righterl. Tfeshall state none ot
them, for we have great dislike for the in
terricwin" reporter in journalism; he is in
teveting, but an impertinence and nuistmcc ;
not from his own choice .always, lmt tlie
compulsion f a public with a morbid crav
ing 1'ornews. M"rris--:i is fifty-three medium
sire, square of head, brain and body; inm
gray thcconnfomiatjon of work and power
rather than brilliani. A Demairrat mhi ir
retrievable partisan, but plainly philusoph
ical, iven to looking on all side of his
patisanhip,'moderate and catholic i hi.
jii'lTneiits of other men and othev raeacui'e.-.
cautions to avoid extremis nf opinion or
conduct, generous; honest and warm-heaiT-ed,
he is a typical western Americap of the
be-t sort. The measure of his parly may
from our standpoint be hopeles-ly wising
but in the sterling manliness of a wan lik
Mr. Morrison one can have a mist mor
supreme t!in any worry over ill policies
and ill polities.
?t:KKr.KiNis for a Litt Tri.T;. Pfr-oii-afflicted
with rheumatism often suffer for a
life time, their tortures being almost with
out remission. The joint and muscles of
such unl'er'.unatrs aye in most cases shvk
ingly contorted and drawn out of shap '.
To nfTird them even temporary relief, the
ordinary remedies oftm prove unerly us -!-..
H'-t"tfr's Stomach Bitters, on tie
other hand, is avouched by persniv- who
have used it, to be a genuine source of re
lief. It keeps the blood cool by proi"fie
a regular habit of body, and removes from
it impurities which, in the opinion of nil
rational pathologists, originate this agoniz
ing complaint and its kindred malady, Hie
g'Ut. Besides this the Bitters remedy
disorders of the stomach, liver ami nerwv.
prevent and eradicate intermittent and re
mittent fevers, promote ajipi tite and slc-p.
and are highly reeoinmeinied by physician-
pie remedies for all your ailments you w iii
he v is;', well and happy, and save areat 1
prnse. The greatest remedy tor this, tlio
great, wise and good will tell 3 mi, is lfo;
j Bitters b.ilievi; it. See Proverbs" in
I another column.
I lot: Mtvr ('i Ki. that Cot:.n.--WH1i
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' Consumption can be cured, while for Cough
Bronchitis, Whoopi.sg Cough, Asthma.und
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and if what we s:iy is rot true wo will re
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sore or chest or back lain-use Shiloh's Por
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Have you Dyspepsia, an you Oinstijm.
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Slii
loh's System Vituiir-r. It yuamnfeed to
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when yon can be cured on such term as
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Wiuix'a lVrsimi Perfume ' Hackim ;:n k''
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