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"Cairo llulletln. Cairo. IlllinolM."
OFFICIAL I'APEK OK ALEXAXDKlt COUNTY.
)iilyMorninsr Daily in Soutlievn Illinois
I jtirROBt Circulation ot nny I)i.iily in
M.B. II;irr'U, Kilitor.
Some pretty pirls of Eddyvillc, Ky.,
knowinff our wi'Hkness lor thu miilti, have
sent us one, winch wo liavo bud iramcd,
and it now ornauiuiits our oCicc. Will S.
Ah, ha! Returned your photograph, you
old rascal, you! Why don't you behave
A veky uprightly city i lilooininton, iu
McLean county, and it)ptirantly none the
less bo beeause of it cutting cold weather.
During the recent cold snap the parents of
the town yavc a Hle'ibing carnival to the
children. There were over two hundred
sleighs in the procession containing 3,000
children. Many of the sleighs had four
horse tennis. No accident of any kind oc
curred to mar the pleasure of the little
Tur plague in Astrachan is said to have,
been caused by the immense quantities of
decaying fish lying on the banks of the
Volga river, which traverses it for three
hundred miles. The principal industry of
the inhabitants is the witching of sturgeon
for the manufacture of caviare and isin
glass. To prevent the spread of the plague
into their dominion, the authorities of ono
town recently burned 120,000 pounds of
fish, besides a large quantity of other pro
visions. There seems to be some loumlation for
tho rumor that everything is not alto
gether lovely between General Logan and
tho administration. Logan has never be
trayed 3Dy great affection for Mr. Hayes,
and it is now absolutely known that tho
whole pack of federal office holders in Chi
cago, witli not more than two exceptions,
not only desired, but worked for Logan's de
feat. They did so in an underhanded man
ner, and now, in view of their absolutely
dingraceful failure, they stoutly deny it
swear that during thu entire struggle they
were "disiuter.isted patriots."
It is, probably, u little late in the season t
offT receipts for frosted limbsjbutour desire
"to do good" overcomes that consideration,
and wegive below a remedy that may be good
and may be worthless. We never beard of
iU curing anybody, and wouldn't trust it
ourselves; but everybody doesn't think liko
everybody else. The fact, that it has been
going the rounds oi the newspapers, may bo
something in its favor; but the fact that st
carries with it the kiiu tion of no responsi
ble name, operates somewhat to its discredit.
It is simple, however; the ingredients nro
harmless, and are tdways at hand in every
well regulated fuinily. If any of our read
ers are able to testify to is efficacy it will
afford va pleasui'd to hear from them. Tho
recipe read as follows:
P. 3. We'll publish the recipe when
we find it again, but just now it is badly
loit. It said sui)i"liiiig about gunpowder,
hog's lard and lius.'ed oil; but as we can't
give thu proportions of each, and are not
absolutely certain about thu powder and
oil, and am not dead sure that they were
mentioned in connection witli frozen limbs,
this information will not bu crlocmcd as of
A.nd now wo have complaints from Eng
land respecting the foolish and ruinously
' eKpotisivo forms that are enforced in the
loading and unloading vcsvols In the port
of Now OrlcMU nnd by the extortions of
Um conclciiccL"B towing companies. A
' Liverpool ship-owner, writing to the Lon-
' don Times, declnrcs that his vessel are do-
' ' Uycxl In Now Orleins, not only hours, but
dayn, Wsusb lubureni are not permitted,
' ' jM&tr Ilia ruh-i adooteJ bv the wuocUtl'd
stevedores, to work ns liko classes work in
every other seaport in Christendom. The
writer says that those rules forbid the mem
bers to work where certain appliances arc
used to stow cotton, or to work where any
persons re employed who are not members
of the association, or to stow more than a
certain number of bales per day and so on.
The various port, towing, and stevedore
charges at New Orleans aro so oppressive
that it is a wonder the port has auy trade
at all. Thu improvements of the entrance
to the river seem to be only a means to in
crease these charges. So many other routes
have been created in modern times, and the
tendency is so strong to the North uud
Northeast, without going to the port of
New Orleans, that ut the best that port
will have a struggle for its trade, and there is
no probability that it will ever reach its
former proportions. All these impositions
only hasten the inevitable decline.
Is this ingenious manner our sprightly
neighbor of tho Sparta Huindcalcr, asks
his delinquent subscribers to walk up to
the Captain's oftic; and settle. As a "dun"
it lits tlia needs of most newspaper offices;
but not Tiik Bu.i.ktin. We have a habit
that seems to pay. of lopping off subscrib
ers at tho expiration of the time paid for.
We publish, the paragraph, therelore, in
part because ot its ingenious construction,
and, in part, to help our credit-giving
neighbors: "Where are they? A dollar
here and a dollar there scattered over miles
and miles apart, how shall they be got
together I The mites from here and there
must be diligently gathered, or the where
with to discharge thu liabilities will never
become sufficiently bulky. The printer
will have to get up uu address to hii widely
scattered dollars, like this: Dollars, halves,
quarters, dimes and all manner of fractions
into which you are divided, collect your
self and come home. You are wanted.
Combinations of all sorts of men that help
to make the printer a prosperous proprietor,
gather m such f"reo and demand with
such good reasons your appearance at this
office, and nothing Miortof you will please
them. Collect yourselves, for valuable as
you are, you will never pay the cost of col
lecting. Come here in single rile, that the
printer muy form you iu batallion and
vindicate his feeble credit. Header, are
you sure you haven't a couple or jnoru of
tin; printer's dollars sticking about your
clothing! If you have, order them home
HOW 8ENATOU OGLESBY HATES.
If anybody believes that old Dick Oglesby
takes his senatorial defeat graciously; that
he "cheerfully bows to the will ot the
sovereigns," and so on, that bady in harbor
ing a delusion. Old Richard J. Oglesby
did no such thing, llo is soro in every
muscle and fibre of bis 2o0 pound body. He
hiu thought more "damns"to the square inch
since he was defeated, than was ever scattered
over a square mile of the historical Flanders.
There are not enough of men in Illinois to
make him swallow his assertion that on
three separate occasions Logan solemnly
promised that ho would not oppose him.
If it wero written iu tho Bible that dirty
underhanded means were not employed in
compassing his defeat, old Dick wouldn't
believe it. Hu fuels himself insulted and
outraged. Ho was entitled to thu succession,
sa ho had up to the opening of the actual
contest, every reason for believing that it
would be bestowed upon him; but "Black
lack" pranced off with the pri.o with an
idr that spoke to tho disconsolate Richard
the comforting assurance that if hu didn't
like it, he might help himself. Wherefore,
and beraunti of which, if there is a man in
the world whose funeral did Richard J.
Oglesby would attend with a pleasure bor
dering on ecstacy, that man is John A.
Logan, lie is tin; man who snatched the
goal of Richard's ambition, after thrice
promising not to touch it; and he is the
man who, by his stubborn refusal to lie
down and die, renders its speedy recovery
by Richard an impossibility. If we owed tho
devil "a hate" equal to the aggregated
hatred of the Poles for Russia, and Oglesby
would offer to pay the debt with his hatred
for Logan, we should expect a clear receipt
from his S.itanie, Majesty, and a return to
us, in the way of change, enough of the
article to "cover" the "Dutch" Secretary's
"pile" for the dumpy trooper, Sheridan.
ONE IS ENOUGH.
The suggestion that one of the houses
the senate, for instance, of our General As
sembly, be abolished, is one that seems to
be commanding considerable favor among
sensible men. It is, of course, exciting
the hostility of thu humun fossils who favor
the sacred maiutennnco of every feature of
either the State or general government that
smells of the must of tige; but the nuinlier
of these stiind-still people is small ami is
growing heuutifully less every year that
passes over our heads. They are dying n;
and their successors are not such ingrain
dainphools us to till their places.
Tho law-msking jmwer of the United
BtHtes HUOUld retuaiii as now, a
duplex tody. It represents tin.
States M1 the people; but the State of
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
Illinois is not an aggregation of separato
sovereignties, and may, witli entire safety,
at much less expense and with increased
udvantago to the people in every respect,
confer her law-making power on a single
body. Should this be done it might bo
well to require a two-thirds vote to enact
uny measure into a law. Certain it is that
our State government would be greatly
simplified, and better digested laws would
be the result.
Who will suggest tho proper amendment
to the constitution? Old fogies will hoV.
of course, but the time is near at hand when
their out-cries will fall upon closed cars.
Thu ago is a progressive one; and people
are beginning to learn that governmental
institutions aro defective in proportion to
their age. If they arc "sanctified by veky
long usage," that very fact, in nine cases
out of ten, furnishes an unanswerable rea
son why they should be wiped out. It is a
very sluggish people that cannot improve
upon the handiwork that comes down to
them lrom the ni;e.s when the absence of
necessity permitted ingenuity to lie dor
mant. The dkatii uatk op our country is get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every year, witliout 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 overlock the dangers
attending it and often find too late, that a
Fever and Lung trouble has already set in.
Thousands loose their lives in this way
every winter, while had Uoshee's Gorman
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large billot a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of tho throat and lungs.
Boschce's German Syrup has proven itself
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. -Over
H.10,000 bottles sold last year without a
single lailurc known.
Don't Bk Dkokivkd. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption'' when
asked to cure their Cough with Shi'.oh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. 50 cts. and 1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Buck or side, use Shilob's
Porous Plaster. Price 2.1 eta. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytcin Vitalizcr which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
lOcts. and 75 cts. For sale by Barclay
"Hackmktack" a popular and flagrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
South Amkhiu and Solthkhn U.mtkh
Statics. Owing to the warm and delight
ful climates, their inhabitants glow sallow
from torpid livers, indigestion, arid all dis
eases arising from disordered stomach and
bowels. They should, of course, at all
times keep the liver active, and to our read
el's we would recommend Tabler's Vege
table Liver Powder; taken in 'time, it will
often save money and micli suffering.
Price 50 cents. Barclay Brothers, agents,
Cairo, III. '
Tiik Biickkyk. It is a well established
fact, that Tabier's Buckeye. Illo Oiufincnl
will cure, if Used according to directions.
.Esctilus Hippocastanum, or Ilor-e Ches
niits, commonly known as the Buckeye, has
been highly estcmed for many years,
owing to the fact, lliat it possesses virtues,
lying in the bitter prinei pie called I-ulin,
which can be utilized for the cure of Piles.
If affected with that terrible disease, use
Buckeye pile Ointment and bis relieved.
Barclay Brothers, agents, Caiio, Ills.
JyTOTICE OK flSAL SEmKMpT.
KrtTATB OKOIKIE ACUt'HTINK, IKK. IC 1 1 .
State of IHIuoU, Alcxiinilcrcoiinty. ,
To the heirs ol cuid estate, and ill oihera Inter
(iKiod; You are Inrehv notified that nn Monday. Hie 1 fit la
dav of M'iV'Ii, IHT!. the ndinlulitriiloi of -alii otiite,
nill ine(iil to the county court of .Vw;indc r
county, at I lie conrt hauso In Cairo, llliuol. Ill''
llnal report of lil ai ls and doli. rm Mich admin
istrator, unit iisL the court lohe tlSclmr iigin any
ii ml all flirt In r 'lni!e ami rci-pm-nlhllltl':, connect
ed with mild estate, n ml Ills ailinkil-triilkii thereof,
at which time and iiliu e. you uey bit ini aeut and
reiilel Hitch application If von cIuono unto do.
(Mlejiecli PAULMOWEKY, Administrator.
Vl ATK OK MICH A Kl. IKJI'IAI, DKirA-HI),
The undersigned, having been appohti d Execu
trix of the Inst v. III anil testament of llirlmcl Don
Iran late ol the county of Alexandtr. aid state of Illi
nois, deceased, herel'iy elves milieu tlia she Mill ap
pear hefore.the county court of Alcxtitid-r county, at
I lie court liniisu In Cairo, ul the .Man 1 lerm, on tin'
Second .Monday in .March next, at ulirh time all
persons havlni; claims against aald mate are 1)0
tilled and requested to attend for tie purposu of
havliiK the same adjusted. All pi'soiis Indebt
ed to said estate ure requested to nmle Immediate
payment to the iimlerHlifned.
fluted this triad dav ol Juuuary. A. I, s;i,i.
KM. K.N DOI O.V.N Executrix.
TOTH'E OF SALE.
In pursuance of an order of the Alumni,, r circuit
court, rendered at the Jnntlary term In reol', ISTH.
In the ease of Isiihcl (lalt'ney vs. N t' 1 i CmiI'iii'V.
I'iniotliy lliill'ney, William liiillliey aid Marr linn"
ney, petition lor partition, 1 i ullei r sale Mil
Huturduy. Kcbrunrv lsth, ISTH, at 11 u'cock a in..l
the feint i'. .or or the i it lioiise In ijilro IIIIiioIh.
thu following lot of yroui'il. iiMiit; ,,. , In
block N" ' On' ilivt .idditluii ti the cilj lf
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l per ci i, I 'h M l . r.,1,,,,1, 01.
.,' P' '.'solial si ' ".iruy ami trust ilrnij,
January IMs;, Ut hinccry.
FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, J87&.
Dry tioods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Commercial Avenue, I
Corner Eighth nireet i
FLOUR, GRAIN' AM) HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wlieut.
PAINTS, OILS. WALL PAI'EIt. ETC -
)t F. BLAKE,
Window Glass, Window Shades, I'tc.
Alwayn o:t hand the celebrated im.vvinatinu
Itross' Ruibllm:. Com-1. Cairn III
ineieml Ave. I V- ilUH, J U
WATCHES. JEWELRY, ETC.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Hctwecu Commercial and I
Washington avo., f
FIXE WATCHWOltK A SPECIALTY.
fir-Engraving and all kin Ik of rejulrlsj; neatly
tT All kinds of Solid Jewelry nude to order.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIO.UOHH
StOCKFLKTII & BliOSSj
Suc'Cesorf! to I''. M. Stockfleth,
Importers and "NVliolsule desilons in
Foreign nnd Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Kliine. Kelly lxluud, Ciitmviia, California and tm
ported Port, Slierry. .Mednra Vt Inej and Chuni'
No. (52 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
SMYTH tt CO.,
Wholesale mid Iletull Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquor
Wines of all Kind?,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVKE.
MKSSliS. SMYTH & CO. have constantly liiiyc
stock of the host l'ooiIs Iu the nmrki't and '.'iu
especial attention to tile wholesale brunch ol tin;
PROPRIETOR OP SPUOAT'S PATENT
Wholesale? Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
(V 'rvelith Street tunl Levee,
THI WEEKLY BUU.ETIV.
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prevention miuw inun rure, nnm rvurjnuvir.
I. H. JOHNSON Jk CO.. lfariKur, Mjinu. .
Fit EE GIFT !
Of copy of My Medical Common Sonne Book, to
any person mincring iroiu i ousunipiion, asuihih,
Catarrh, jlronchitls. I.osn of the voice, or Hnre
1 liront. Henu name ami posi-oinco aunresa, wuu
two postage sliinins, Mule your Hlckness. T w
book lmlsifantly lllustrali d (Ml pp. lamn. luTli
'1 lie inrorination It coniain in inn provnn u hi
Ood, has saved many lives. 'I lie author baa been
treatlus dlsas. of the Nose, Throat and Lanes.
a special practice Iu Cincinnati, since 1S37. Adiln
Or. N.ll. Wolf, C'iun.,0.
CKLEBKATKI) TIIE VYOIil.O OVK.lt,
The manufacturer were awurded th" hli;h's
and only medal ghen rubber piururs, at both
the Centeiininl and I'aria Kxpositlons.
KAlt M'l'KKIOK To
Common ponnn pla-lers, linlun uts. the ao
culled electrical aipll'incen. etc It is the best
known remedy lor Lame nnd Wynk Unck, ItlH'ii
matlMin. l ein lie WcnknesH. S.iHi . a. Lumbago,
diseased Killings, Spinal Complaints, mid al'.
ills for which ).iirous iIs.t are u.-ed. Ask your
Oriltit,'lst for Itei. son's ( pacliie Porous I'laater
and see that ou jct uolltfiiy else. .sold by al'.
driit.'irlsts. 1'nre i' cents.
Mall'-'! ou reri-'pl of- price, by Scubiiry &
Johnson, 21 1'l.itt street. New ork.
The 3Iost AjriveaMe Tonic and
EVKll OFFKIiKI) THE i'UJtl.If.
i IMI'RnVK YOI It A P K
i Vl ih. t i II.1TATK il
,hT!HN. ii TON K T Til K N K IU ) I'
siSTKM. VH.ui: To tVLHY 1'AliT lK TH K
T.IKIlll.V IHi'Ai'.T.'S'i liLALTII AN:) Srwsvirn
:() REMEDY SO (.0)D
For Languor mid lability.
The in'iilral f-ulty lndurse it f.,r I,.iipep. k,
Jiiui n:re,ii'rHiu K' N'.iiu, Adp'!:u-. u-'l
all diseases arist:i; fro-n a Iiimrv-red i.l" r fi
I'ersous lliir.in or vis. tine s et'm.s i..-r.- M ,'.
ri l ri r in.. i A:u' . .:,!:hiis .-, ,Vc . an- ti.-
i hunit.-ri-iK .dis. .i..-.-, -!rmil li prov! l nut:
this valuable tin i i : t, - ii I. a siirc ort-u m.: .
'.'. a.lm.'UN ar'.-ii' t-rta ctaiiru; n ii is
pi', pnratiuu of
one or the I . a; f. ., ,:u; ,U,.M. j,i(u w .n, ,
of Chemistry 1ms pla .-d al U;e (1I..ish ,.f u. ,,,,
sician. coniliui W xillii.'her vaiiiil.ii' tonlrs, c
iiit.'l) ll:ooi.-d with choice arouutus to i.!hm- t
Price One Iiollur per Bottle.
For sa!.- b) all the whol. -sale drii.'t.t In i 3
ca:o. and uu dt. n.e dealers fciu-raiiy.
NO Cl'UV. i VVV I imc. a a
hospital, 1C Hast W:i.(i!tiL'tm 1r- t. ( !! . fr
the euro of all private, i hr..nlc and sp.-clul iliM a4-
SKMINAt. WKAKMhS, NKUV.K s ItrlUIJTT lli'l IJ-
HANiioon. pi'ims.i,.'i.;)y cured Dr. (. is a irradua-
or the Keform Sr.'iooi. ami iis no mrrcnr 1 i s th..
larci st practice in the I n it.-d ht;. . Liina. r
qu ring tr.t;m nt. Willi home ami Imkid. ,ej .,
write, hvrj coiiv. iili-iir.. f,,r i.ti, f-.-ml .
cent, for MAKIMA..K Ol 11): r,; pa..,., Ulusirai
eil. alarrud larin-saiid!.'eut!e!nrn s, nd f.flr cu
for aampieol rubier t'ooda and cirmlnrof impon
ant Information by uxpo s.. Con.,i:ition rr-a aui
coaudeniij. llell.blc Kiuaie 1'lils :, a but.
men. los ol vitality. pr.'tnatur.! . ikn. . ,,.-V1
t ion of t.i I nd and bisiy. disorder of tli.j 1,,;,, an
nervous svs'.em. and iiiIhtIcs resnltin" tii. r. froni
jpeedi!.'. iiir d by I1ATK' 81'Kl'IKIC. Vfwi
by an i-mlneu! pby.i' lan : a rus". lur i; ' j i,r
dre-s j;lt. HAT hh. -JW Mate street. Chic a"o 'i
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1' pc -hilly ri'coin-
mended us nu mi-
lal'ini; cure fur
Seminal i u';:;.-.
sp Tiniit'-rl Im-
poteni'y, and all
diseases Unit fol
low as a sequence
on self abuse; ii-v
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