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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUUSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1879.
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Cilro Bulletin. Cairo, Illinois "
DnlyMomiiisr Daily ia Southern Illinois
J .nrgotft Cirt'ulfttton ot nny Daily In
Trm Baltimore Sun says numerous peo
ple have called at the White House, espe
cially from the south, who wish Mr. Hayes
to accept anothur nomination for the prcsi-i
d-ncy. And yet the Sun is not reckoned
ona of the "funny papers" of the country.
Bear, bnmp, bumpcly bamp, Is the way the coat
1aU of una ispccting cltlaens pounded on the Icy
sMdewallu lait evening. Paducah Sun. ,
And broke their bottles, too, we'll bet I
Hotter curry them in their huts, as they used
So uamveht is it that tho Burnside army
bill cannot pass, that another has been pre
pared, flnibracingsorao of the provisions of
tiie Burnside bill and omitting those which
wtre most distasteful, nowever, it is not
believed that either of them will recdvo
final action at this session.
A. roligious newspaper will go the round
of tho family circle and still look bright
arid clean, but when tho family story paper
makes the circuit it , looks as if it had
rvcd In the capac ity of a bustle and been
?;ven to tho baby to cut its teeth on.
That proves nothing, ou'y tlii, that the
religious publisher uses honest paper while
the other doesn't.
take formal action on the "cipher telegrams"
yesterday; but, whether these expectations
liavc been realized or disappointed there is
.t manifest purpose to thoroughly investigate-
and ventillato them. No honest man
w ill question tho propriety of such an in
vestigation. It is not alone a question ot
loing justieo to Mr. Tilden, but of ascer
taining what truth there may be in the
most remarkaMc charges ever made in our
politic, and of settling finally the respon
sibility for the despatches.
Tutc advocates of women suffrage visited
Washington last week, hiKikc their pieces,
and quietly departed. They created very
little commotion, and, by some it is thought
tint they received leas attention than they
were entitled to a the representative of
no large an element of our American popu
lation. At a visit to the White House
they were well received by Mrs. Hayes and
Mr. Hayes apologized for nut devoting a
jiurt of Ins liwt annual message to the inter
net of women and promised to give the sub
..'lift consideration in the future.
On Tuesday last, when the bill to pension
ihe soldiers of the Mexican war was under
consideration in the House of Congress, it
was a noticeable fact that Democratic ltep
nwentiitives gave the measure a warm sup
port, while the Republicans were open and
almost violent in their hostility to it. Now
that there is an effort on foot to do justice
to thcM long-neglected heroes, tho Repub
lican Representatives ore suddenly sei.ed
with an economical fit, and try to play the
V,t (if watch-dog at tho doors of the treas
ury vault. Notwithstanding this unpatri
otic and unexpected opposition the bill will
pa, if ot during thia session, then e'er
tair.ly next session, when the Democrats
will have control of both Houses.
PROSCRIPTION AND PltOllOSCIS.
Will the editor of Tin Caiiio Ruutri pleani in.
lorm ua what papi-ra have proscribed Iho edllor of
ihe Clinton Democrat becaunu of hln rrluxal lo
upport fir. BlackhurnV il'adur.ah Hun.
Tills Caiuo lki.i.KTiN charged that a
;iininberof Dr. Rlackburn'a 'Ht i'i-onTKits."
n not 'papers,"! had irosoiiled the Clinton
DrimM-riit; and if the Hun man would read
his own exchange ha would nul be ignor-
jiiiI ui this fix t. Only a hhoit lime since a
rlnb uf Mommiw auhaeriberH stujiped (he
Deiiiuciut, om nly alleging as (heir reason
(r the act, that the ijojmt IihiI icI'iismI to
mpj'trtt Dr. 11 ' tckUiij f r gubi mat .trial
l ie' Stn niy.'i -tu n, ,:: . , , ;U, 'In r
jjtjitl i-f l!i" article 'Ci'iin whii'h w ijipite.
that we korp our "pink prolwacla" out of
Kentucky politics, will bo heoded or not,
as the spirit moves us. The purple proboscl
that run politics on that side of the river
have thrown things into a shameful muddlo,
and don't seem to possess tho rooting power
to lift them into the right schuto again.
Our "proboscis" would prove a wonderful
help in that labor, , and but for tho Sun's
natural repugnance for everything decent,
its aid would bo universally welcomed.
Should wc set up the claim that the
Democratic party maintains a monopoly of
all tho honesty of .tho country, we should
probably come across an unreasonable
creature, now and then, who would rcfuso
to agree with us. But that the habit of
plundering haa so nearly become a second
naturo to Republican office holders, that
they are inclined to look upon all attempts
at economy aa a crime, is forcibly illustra
ted by a recent occurrence in the State of
Iowa. In Jasper county, in that State, the
Democratic-Greenback candidate for re
corder, at tho last November election, waa
elected. Before tho election he publicly
pledged himself to accept $1,000 salary and
turn the balance of tho exorbitant salary
allowed by law into tho county treasury,
which of course would bo for the benefit of
the taxpayers. The Republican candidate
who was beaten at the polls, contested the
election upon the ground that the offer to
return all in excess of $1,000 was a bribe
to tho people 1 The referees decided to
sustain the charge, whereupon tho case was
taken "before a. Republican Judge of the
Circuit Court, who also decided in
favor of tho Republican candidate,
ncreafter, till Republican returning
boards are abolished, it will be
hoove every candidate to be careful how he
pledges himself 'to economy, no may
make all the professions of honesty and
economy he chooses, but let him bewac
how he proposes any substantial and prac
tical methods of currying his promises into
THE NEW SENATOR FROM ILLINOIS.
The Illinois senatorial contest resulted
presiaely as we have always said it would
result, viz: in tho election of General John
A. Logan. He may not be the most popu
lar man in the State; that ho is not the
ablest man in the State we very well know,
since tho ablest men do not belong to tho
party with which he is acting. But Gen
eral Logan is a man who has warmer
friends than any other man in the North
west. He can sound his "signal of dis
tress." and hundreds and thousands of the
best and most influential men of Illinois
win rush to ins Help and stanU by lnm to
tho death. General Logan is, too, the
shrewdest political strategist in the United
States. This is Illuming a great deal; but
tho assertion would be warranted if it had
no other basis than the contest that will be
finally closed to-day. He had his army of
friends to command, and so well and
adroitly was his campaign planned that his
onslaught was irresistible.
General Logan is General Oglesby's su
perior in every way. Hois an abler man;
a readier and abler debater; his powers of
conception are quicker; his comprehension
is more acute ; as an orator he is more effec
tive; as a politician he is nearer abreast
with the needs of the times and tho mani
fest wants of the future and, as a western
man, earnestly in favor of the Texas Pacific
railway, tho improvement of the navigation
of our western and southern rivere, and of
all measures in which this people feel n
deep concern, he can accomplish more for
his constituency, and accomplish it quicker
and better than could a half dozen Ogles
bys. Logan lays no claim to saiutlincss in a
moral point of view; but he is not Ogles
by's inferior in that respect. He is a man of
finer sensibilities than Oglesby is not as
coarse by nature, and is more polished in
his education. With a Senate half full
of Oglesby's the West and the South would
scarcely ever be heard of. With oue Logan
in the Senate they will be called to mind
every day. In all questions that affect the
interests of the Northwest, Logan will bo as
true as steel. He will talk and work and
vote, and if necessary, fight. Oglesby in
his place would vote.
For these reasons we think tho Republi
can caucus acted wisely in nominating Lo
gan. The notion that his success was the
result of the bull-dozing and whipping
in procesB, is simply preposterous, and stands
squarely in the faca of the facts of thccusH.
The vote received as fairly indicated xp
ular purty sentiment as it did party repre
sentative sentiment. He was the choice ol
more than two thirds in Kgypt of more
thun seven-eighths of the rank andfiluof his
party. That his presence in Springfield,
engineering the ways and means that led to
his triumph, was on unseemly sight, is
true, and even bis licst friends do not at
tempt to nMtlogize for it. But it was not
moro so In the case of Gen. logan thun in
(lint of Gi'ii. Oglesby. If Logan ininle
the greater to-do it was because he had the
1'iryer rron'd of supporters and tVt greut-r
,ili''!ity l.n tie.'. - O Tlt
i':.'ht. tvr, r'-p'jt. i"" '
disgraceful wrangle; but when we call to
mind that it stands quite without ita
counterpart, 'we ore constrained to
ask "whero can wo find tho counter
part of John A. Logan?" For aomo
reason, inexplicable to us,Logan may, in the
conduct of his personal campaigns, do and
say ( things, with entire jrnpunity, that
would essentially and completely damn any
other man in creation.
But, the contest is now virtually ended,
mid while tho peoplo have cause for pro
found regret that the Democrats could not
elect Allen, Robinson, Marshall, Palmer or
Trumbull, they can rest assured, we think,
that the Republican party has the man of
its choice, and that, while it may rejoice
over Logan's triumph, it can not escape
the responsibility of his faults, his excesses
and his short-comings.
Tub dkatu rath ok our country is get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every year, without any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting generally
from the most insignigcant origin. At this
season of the year especially, a cold is such
a common thing that in the hurry of every
day life we are apt to overlook the dangers
attending it and often find too la(6, that a
Fever and Lung trouble has already set in.
Thousands loose their lives in this way
eve ry winter, while had Boshee's Gorman
Syrup been taken a cure would havo result
ed, and a largo bill ot a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of tho throat and lungs.
Boschee's German Syrup has proven itsolf
to be tho greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in tho country
will toll you of its wonderful effect. Over
050,000 bottles sold last year without a
single failure known.
Can't Pheacii Good. No man can do a
good job of work, preach a good sermon,
try a law suit well, doctor a patieut, or
write a good article when he feels misera
ble aud dull with sluggish brain and un
steady nerves, and none should make the
attempt in such a condition when it can bo
so easily and cheaply removed by a little
Hop Bitters. See "Truths" and "Proverbs"
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will sond a recipe that will cure you, FREE
OF CHARGE. This great remedy whs
discovered by a missionary in America.
Seud a half-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joskph T. Inma.h, Station D. Bible House,
New York City.
Important to those wishing to Bavc mon
ey in purchasing their winter boots and
shoes. We have on hand und are still re
ceiving, a complete assortment of men's
tJtv BU.fb.-i (all UJ UUxl Oli.W, ,.f Uie
best St. Louis and Cincinnati hand-made
goods, which we sell lower than ever he-
fore, and lower than like goods can be ob
tained anywhere in the city. We also
have a good line of ladies shoes of the best
manufacture, from a fine kid sewed, to a
course grain pegged shoe, all sizes, sold
very close. C. Kooir,
No. 00, Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth street.
Florida. A throng ot sufferers, with
coughs and colds, annually go south to en
joy the ethereal mildness of the land of
flowers. To them we would say the neces
sity of that expensive trip is obviated by
Compound Honey of Tar, which speedily
vanquishes the coughs and colds incident to
this rigorous clime. For public speakers it
surpasses the Demosthcric regimen of "peb
bles and sea shore;" clearing the throat un
til the voice rings with the silvery cadence
of a bell. I'se Compound Honey of Tsr.
Price 50 cents a bottle. Barclay Bros.,
When used for Rheumatisin,Soro Throat,
Lame Back, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises,
Cuts, Contracted Muscles, Stiff Joints, Corns
and Burns, on human beings; and Spavin,
Ringbone, Galls, Cuts, Scratches, etc., on
animals, Coussens' Lightning Liniment is
unequulled, ami its effect simply electrical.
As its namo suggests, it is quick to relieve,
and thousands bear witness to its astound
ing virtues. Barclay Bros., Agents,
You Mcbt Curb that Couoii. With
Shiloh'8 Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It lias established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma.and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it Is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can efford to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true we will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. Mcta.
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or client or back lamouscShiloh's por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
SIavb you Dyspepsia, are you dmstipa
, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to tirto Shi-
toll's Syste,m Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured on such terms aa
these. Price 10 cents, and 7."i cents. Sold by
Wi-.i.i.'m lV"i,m Perfume "Minim,.,,.
is rich ami fragrant try it. Sold by H.cla.
OTTO & FOGASSI'S
TONY RE8TAUHANT !
Conducted on the European plan, fictathe Dneat
Uibloot any bonne In the city. Hpuclal ratea
for mouth or week, to regular people.
Connecte iwllh the roatanrant la the
FINEST BAH IN TIIK CITY,
Supjillfld with the1 Cbolcet Winn, and Liquors.
Mixed Drluka a Specialty. Rrataurant aud
haloon Open at All Hours, Day aud N U(bt.
W O y
a i if
JNSURANCE AGENCY OF
Wells & Kerth,
Queens c.plu, J?!..tmm
Royal Canadian (ciKKL.
British America 23B&88.
MMvillepl" r,r.e'S J)
Union (0f ""'i: la ,8M-
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIK RATKS.
Office in Alexander County Iinnk.
CARPENTER AND CON TRACTOR.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter and Contractor,
SHOP ON TE.NTn STREET,
(between Waxhlngton and Walnut.)
Estimates on buildings, on losses by Ore
or otherwise made on short notice.
M, work lutrusted to him will receive prompt
attention, and will be executed In a aat afaclory
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
COMMERCIAL AVE. between FIFTH and
SIXTH HTS.. CAIRO. ILL.
HOnSK HHOKISOafpcclaltr. Repairing of
kind of vehicle done neatly and on "hurt
lice, at the lowent poKnilile cont,
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SURSTITUTK FOR LIFE INSUR
A NCR COMPANIES.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Orptnlreil July lUh, 1877, Under the Lawiof
the State of Illinois Copyrighted July
V, 1877, under Act of Conj;rea, , ,
WILLIAM HTBATTON, Pbhujnt.
Miw. P. A. TAYLOR, Vici PaimuiMT.
J. A. OOLDHTINK, Tniunuitaa.
I) it. i. J. GORDON, Miu.Aiiriaoii.
THOMAS LEWIS, . Uicmtamt.
nOAHI) OF MANAOEltS:
J. J. OORDON, Phyalnlao Cairo. Ilia.
Mm. I'. A. TAYLOR, Superintendent or
Scholia, Alexander Comity " "
Mra. E. C. FORI), Variety Hrarket Store, ' "
J. A. OOLDHTINK, of OoldHtlue Alto-i-nwRter.
Wkelenale and Retail Dealer
In Staple and Fancy Dry (looda "
N. B. TIIIHTLKV,OOI. of lllnkln &
Thlatluwood, ( iiiiiiiiIhkIiiii Mernmnti1,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor 11 "
8. D. AYKRS, or Ayera A Co., C.omntU-
alon Merchant "
THOMAS LEWIS, liiHtirance Manager
and Attorney at Law " "
WM. STRATTON, of Strallon A Bird,
Wholenale (irorern "
OKO. M. AI.DKN, CommlHition Mer
rhiinl, 7H ilhln l.iivee " '
J AH S. RKARDKN, Aiicnt Mlllppl
Valley Tmunportatloii Company....... " "
HARRISON IIOUIT, Watchmaker and
Jeweler " "
CIIAH. It. STUART, W hide-ale and lie
tall Drv (looile and Notion " "
F.DWARl) A. III'DKK. MuniirHiltirlnk'
Jeweler and Wlmlunle Dealer In
Wiilchntaliera'TiHila and Material,,,, "
KDW1N R. KONKW, . I'roprlutnr Hi.
ChnrlM lintel ;., ' !
IIAKKN I.KIi.llTON.C'ommlKHlon Mur
Dl i .WARD R. liOK. f. H. MitrxhHl
. Uiu. ie III Dim!! VI IllillliU ,. .Nprluulii 111, III.
! Mr. " . AT.I ,-tt V:liW, "
... i'-ll.t'i,, I'lHleJl.il ll MM .tpo!. In"
.1 i v viT. 1 ' t .
1 I.., .. C, Vr.i! I,s. V.I i:.iil, t
Minim f . . ..;.'.,(:...(iriiiiil.)uni'l,iii, Teim,
J. li. lil'l.l i:V. Men hull! M tl.lMli. Mi".
LEJCANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
r. BROR8. President.
P. N RFF, Vlcn-l'realdont.
II. WKLL8, C'aahler.
T. J. KEHTU. Aaalatont Cashier. . ;
?' Cairo; William Klnpe. Cairo;
Peter Neff. Cairo; WlllUai Wolf, t airo;
t , M . Oaterloh, K.I. Ililllnt.'i'ley. Ht. Loula;
h1 J?rAc?,roi J' Y. tlemiion, Caledonia.
Chaa, O. Pallor,
A GENKRAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. Ex
change aoU and bounht. Intereat paid In the
Har uk Department. Colloctlotia made and all
buaineai promptly attended lo.
IJIIIE CITY NATIONAL RANK,
W. P. IIAI.I.IDAY. Premdent.
H. L. HALLIDA V, Vice I'renldent.
WALTER U V SLOP, Canhler.
. HTAATK TATLOn, W. P. IIAI.I OUT,
IIKNUT L. UA1XIUAT, H. II. ClNMNailAM,
u. u. iu.iaiiIw.i, aTaruuN uiku.
a n. cANiiau.
Exchane, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Depoalu recelred and a jencral banking bnolne
gNTERPRISK SAVINGS RANK,
Chartered March 31, 186!).
OFVICfc IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on depoalt March lit aud Sep
tember Int. Interval not withdrawn 1 added im
mediately to the principal or the depoatla, thereby
giving them compound Intoreot.
tV Children and married women ma)- depoeit
money and aooae elae ran draw lu
WALTER IIYSLOP. Tbkabckkr.
BOOT AND SHOK MAKKR.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Commercial Atenne, bet-1 '.limr III
Siith and Seventh m. f lillIU, 111.
rAKE8 plcaaure In annonnclng to hi patron" nd
1 Ike public generally that he had received the
flneat end moet aeleet atork of U'uthera of everv
deacrlptlonever brought tofthia citv. All work lii
hn hue executed promptly and In the bem. miitim r.
Entire aatiefactiou Klven in cvarv luittauce. Price
to ault the time. ''
Dealor in Irsli Loat.
Ilctwmn WnwhinRton nrul Com
morcinl A. v., lulioinin IlainiyM.
lEKPS for alethe beat Beef, I'ork, Malum, Veal,
aV Lamb, Sauaje, e., aud l prtpured luavrve
famlllea In an acceptable manner.
TAINTS, OILS. WALL PAPER. KTV.
. WALL I'AI'KH,
Window Glass, Window Shades, Etc.
Alwaya on hand the celebrated ilmminatinii
Braw' Building. Com-1 iWtu 111
. jiinreial Av.. f. ...l"UI";Hl.
The Cairo Box and Basket Co.
BUILDING MA TK RIAL
l Mouriti:. Siding. Lalh.lOtc
At Die ery lowed rle.
HaviiiR' a llciiyy Stock (if Lnjrs mi Hand,
We urn prepared In
HAW Ml T H'KCIAI, ORDERS 1
V ''' .it. ui lime.
Aspr.i ui.iv imnieyf tTi.ir''T r.rviiKH.
A liiine in 'ture I'ltl'l T IIOXM M'KI.'IAI.S '
Cruclie", t iimli I'h.KIih lliuo Sliive. Jleadliii
Decorative Paper Hanger
P A 1 1ST T E Ft I
A SPECIALTY MADE OF
Glazing and KalHomining.
Leave Order at Barclay' or Parker'i Book Store.
WATCHES. JEWELRY. ETC.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Between Com merclal and I f i 111
Wanhlntuu avea., I U1T0, 111.
FI5B WATCH WORK A SPECIALTY.
tfrEtigravtas and all kind, of repairing neatly
done. " '
t tr All klnda of Solid Jewelry made to order.
DIAL! Ha II
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Iliirhpst Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
WHOLESALE WINKS AND LIQUORS
F. M.Stockfleth. Fw dollii Brosa.
Stockfllth & Mkoss,
Saoceaaora to F.M. Stockfleth,
I :n porters rind Vholnalo dealer in
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Rhine. Kelly Ultnd, Catawba, California and Im
ported Port, fcherry, Medara Winea aud Cham
pagne. No. 02 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
WlioK'ale and Retail Dealer In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH A CO. have conMantlv a law
rutrit of tun beet Rooda lu Iho market and Kite
epei-in! attention to the whnleulo braucti nt the
PROPRIETOR OP SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE HY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Ijoads a S)ecialty.
) V V I C K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
I). I. c.
I an al)olute and lrrcltablc cure for
eniiua. Intern Dermic end the ue of Opium. To
bacco, Nareotfea and Sllmulanla, ninnvini; all
tate, delru and habit of uIiik any or Miem.i
reiiderlnn the tiitc or cwiro tor tnem pertecth
oilloit mid illtfiiHtini. (ilvlngovoryonv iierli ct
anil IrrteriMtKble conlnii ot tneoiiriely or Hu n
i.vii mill llielr TrlendH.
It prevent that ahMoliile plivlelea1 and mitral
proilrntlon thnl followa tho uddeu breiiklnit ol'
riitin naiiiK Htltnnlnnt or nnreottu.
l'aekiiue, orepald, t'l citru 1 In 5 neranna,
oral .viinr Dniai:!!, ft.M, Tempemm'e mid
cnarilunie Hoeietnw enniun ue it.
Il I hurnile and never fiilllnn.
1101' IIITI'KRS MK. CO., Sole Au'piiIi.
The Hop Cou!rJi Cur
Iletroyiill pulii, InoHiMih tlir ciiii'h. ijuli'i On
uerve'i ,1,1(1 tirridui'iHi re-l, It never lml In per
urin'.m; ..tI" cill'i' , In re there ! a hIiiiiIiim
'. ' ! .. . ,miii V'KI ilmt it '.,
1'ult MAI K UV ALL liltLM:'''.'.'..