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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1879.
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OFFICIAL PAPEK OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Ouly Morning; Daily in Southern Illinois
Largest Circulation ot tiny Cuily in
M.B. Harrell, Editor.
Presldext Grant doled out the govern
ment provender with a liberal hand. It
was his custom to give semi-weekly 'state
dinners, at which dozens and scores of
congressmen fed to complete satiety
President Hayes, being of a penurious turn
naturally, has not been able to persuade
himself to follow Grant's example. During
the present session of congress he hasn't
given a single dinner. lie cats his "grub"
solitarily and alone. He "puts in his thumb
and takes out a plum," and shares it with
General Ord's proposition that the gov
ernment establish a line of forts along the
Rio Grande, to protoct tho Texas frontier,
is a proposition in the interest of peace. The
mutual thievery of thoTexans and Mexicans
will inevitably lead to a clash of arms, un
less a stop is put to it by some such means
as those proposed by Ord. A dozen forts,
at a cost of a $100,000 each, erected now,
would save the expenditure of several hun
hundred millions, to say nothing of the
trifle of a hundred thousand lives, a few
The Lower House of the Missouri Legis
lature has passed a bill that makes the
crime of rape punishable with death by
hanging. It provides that any person who
shall, by any moans, unlawfully know a fe
male child under 12 years of age, or by
torce or violence ravishes any teniale above
tkc age of twelve years, shall suffer death
upon the gallows. This is a severe penalty,
and may cost, niany innocent men their
Uves; but as imprisonment is not an ade
quate punishment for the crime, the Legis
lature is without an alternative. Between
imprisonment and death there is no halting
The Normal aihool etnuas to-day what it found
er and promoter originally denized It to be, the
head fit the public achool ayatoiu of tho xtiite.
That'i fill very well, but won't the I'antagraph
tell the rJubllo how many puplla there are In the
Normal school from McLleau, and how many from
other contitlei of tho (date? Also, what proportion
of thoao who euter tho achool graduate, and what
proportion of tho graduate take position! aa teach
er) la the public schools of the state 1 Statu Reg
ister. If the information asked for by tho Reg
ister were in possession of the voters of the
State, no man, outside of the counties
where the Normal schools arc located,
could be elected to tho General Assembly,
unless ho first solemnly pledged himself to
vote first, last and all the time, against
further State aid. The principlo iuvolved
in tho maintainance of these schools is a
. WniLK Southern Democrats persist in
sending their brigadiers to represent them
in Congress while they persist in electing
them, not because they are the ablest of
southern statesmen ; but because they bore
a conspicuous part in the effort to disrupt
tho country just that long w ill there ex
ist a conspicuous lack of unity of feeling
and purpose between the Northern, and
Southern wings of the Democratic party.
Northern Democrats concede that Southern
brigadiers were moved by deep-seuted con
victions, and their bravery has been queg.
tioncd by no one; but Northern Demo
crats do not applaud them for the part tliey
ook in tho rebellion. On the contrary.
they deprecate it; but, for the mkc of
harmony and good will, would, if they
could, blot out tho memory of it forever.
Southern Democrats say this shall not be.
done; that tlieir "heroes" who tried to
overtiifow the government, are the men who
Hhould 'now control it, Unless Southern
Democrats recede from this position; uiilt'bs
they join Northern Dcmocrut in un cflort
to heal up tlio iwes cnusctl by tlte rebellion
tho two wings of the party will become
estranged, nnd tho national convention of
1880, will be, in its essential lui k of har
mony, n repetition of the Charleston con
vent ion of 1800.
While it is undoubtedly true that the
character of prominent Democrats has been
badly smirched by the facts drawn out
during tho cipher-telegram investigation
no man honestly contends that Mr. Tilden
had any connection with tho disreputable
business or in anv manner sanctioned or
countenanced it. It has been tshown, on
tho contrary, that when lie received an in
timation that such a negotiation was m,
progress, he indignantly denounced it, and
declared that he would never accept the
presidency, if secured by such disreputable
means. Hayes was less scrupulous. He
accepted the office well knowing that ho
had been repudiated by a majority of more
than two hundred thousand; and that tho
electoral votes of Louisiana and Florida, in
right and justice Tilden's, had been secured
for him through frauds so gross and palp
able, that tho civilized world looked on
General Sam Cart, tho recognized head
of Greenback damphoolishness, has laid
down the Greenback party's ultimatum. If
tho four million Democrats of tho United
States would have tho co-operation of the
half million Grecnbackers, they must allow
the Grecnbackers to make the presidential
platform and name the candidate that is to
stand thereon. This. General Cary insists,
is the only basis upon which a coalition can
bo tormed, and until the Democratic party
makes u its mind to accept it unquulifi
edly, the Greenback party doesn't even
want to hear from it." Compose yourself,
Goneral Cary. Sympathetic brays from
Democratic jackasses may reach you; but
the Democratic party has had "to do" with
the Greenback attachment of the Republi
can party, and will have no more of it. If
your little crowd wants to ride in the Dem
ocratic boat, which is already booked for
victory, you must pay for the ride by first
purging your crowd of its grecidwick dam
phoolishness. Mollik-Maouireihh has extended to
Ohio. The Coshocton miners struck for bet
ter pay, a few days ago, and fheir place3
were promptly filled by others. These
others have been given notice that unless
they stop work and abandon tho mines by
Thursday, a vengeance will be visited upon
them that will effectually stop their further
interference, As the Chicago Times sens
ibly remarks, this is a challenge that the
authorities of Coshocton ought to accept.
The right of the miners to quit work when
they become dissatisfied with the pay, no
man'denies; but their right to make other
men, who are satisfied with their compensa
tion, quit their work, is denied by all right
thinking men; and when they attempt to
use the force they threaten to employ, they
should be met by a greater force. Exclud
ing the Chinese, competition between
American laborers ought to be protected,
and the right of miners and manufacturers
to fix the figures they arc able and willing
to pay for labor,' ought and will be protect
ed, let that protection cojt what it may of
either blood or treasure,
FEDERAL CAPITAL NOTES.
TUB DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS DECIDES TO INSIST
UPON THE REPEAL OK TnE REVISED STAT
UTES REI.ATINO TO .IL'ROHS NO NECESSITY
FOR AN EXTRA KEHKION OK CONGRESS
MR. TILDEN VINDICATED 1IY THE POTTER
COMMITTEE HAYES AND II AMI, IN MRS.
Washington, February 11, 1870.
The Democratic caucus last evening deci
ded to insist upon a repeal of
what are known as the test oath
provisions of the revised statutes,
tho repealing clause to bo made a part of
the legislative, executive and judicial ap
propriation bill. These sections exclude
from U. S. juries persons who bore arms
against the federal government during the
late war, or gavo any assistance to the con
federate government. This was the princi
pal work of the caucus, and so great was
the earnestness exhibited that, but for late
painful instances in the house of what may
be called a lack of backbone, I should ex
pect unanimous iidlieiance of Democrats in
both houses to the programme of the caucus.
As it is, I don't think the repeal will be
forced, ample as thu power of the house is.
The legislative, executive and judicial
bill having been reported to the house yes
terday, but two remain the sundry civil
and the deficiency. There are three weeks
remaining ot the session, which is ample
time to consider them. There is not likely
to be nn extra session. In a quiet way
and in anticipation of the possibility of
such a session, however, tho speakership
question is beginning to ho talked of again
Tho only two names now mentioned are
those of Mr. Randall and Mr. Blackburn.
There will not be any excuse hereafter for
those who shall license Mr. Tilden of uny
coinonciiy in any irregularity conceniinu;
electoral votes in the south. His own state.
ment, and the evidence of those who had
been mentioned in connection with tho al
ledged attempt of Democrats to purchase
such votes, may be considered as settling
the question forever. Tho Totter commiteo
finished its New York business on Saturday
and its members aro now hero. A meeting
may bo hold to-night, and very soon the
conunitteo, having concluded its work, will
report to t,ho house.
V You will have read that Mr. Hayes im
mediately after Senator Hamlin mtulo him
self conspicuous in his opposition to the
New York custom hotiso nominees, with
drew a nomination just before made of a
personal friend of Senator Hamlin to a
lucrative office in .Maine. It should be
said in justice to the senator that plthotigh
greatly pleased at tho nomination of his
friend, ho had no direct influence in tho
matter and declines nt all times, ami lias
long declined, to recommend anyone for
any office to be filled by presidential ap
pointment. Mrs. Bclva A. Lockwood the District's
first and most successful woman lawyer, de
serves well of others of her sex who have
entered the profession. By most persistent
efforts, in the face of great opposition, she
has at last secured the passage through the
senate of the bill allowing women to ap
pear as attorneys before the United States
Ruprcme court. There is no doubt Mr.
Hayes willapprove it. Even if he should use
the veto power, tho house and senate would
pass the bill over his veto. The change in
sentiment on the question in the last few
years, in both houses, is simyly wonderful.
A Source of Meat Bodily Evil. If
tho habit body becomes irregular, much
evil is inflicted on the system. The stom
ach becomes dyspeptic, billious symptoms
develop themselves, the circulation is con
taminated, and the nerves share in the gen
eral disorder. It is of the utmost impor
tance that the bowels should be thoroughly
and speedily regulated when they grow
derelict. The corrective agent best adapted
to this purpose is Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters, a wholesome, non-griping vegetable
luxative, worth all the rasping cathartics
invented 6incc the time of Paracelsus. Peo
ple who have been in the habit of using
blue pills, calomel, and other drugs and
cheap nostrums for constipation, should
abandon such hurtful and useless medicines
and substitute for them this pleasant and
gentle aperient, which not ouly produces
the purgative effect naturally, but also
strengthens while it regulates the bowels,
stomach and liver. It moreover cures and
prevents intermittent and remittent fevers.
jout, rheumatism, debility and urinary
Consumption Cured. An old physician,
retired from practice, having had placed in
his hands by an East India missionary the
formula of a simple vegetable remedy, for
the speedy and permanent cure for con
sumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and
all throat and lung affections, also a posi
tive and radical cure far nervous debility
and all nervous complaints, after having
tested its wonderful curative powers in
thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to
make it known to his suffering fellows.
Actuated by this motive, anil a desire to
relieve human suffering, I will send, free
of charge, to all who desire it, this recipe,
with full directions for preparing and using,
in German, French, or English. Sent by
nuiil by addressing with stamp, naming
this paper. W. W. Sherar, 149 Towers'
Block, Rochester, New York.
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption'' when
asked to cure tlieir Cough with Shiloh'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 u
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 tiiis a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. W) cts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 3.") ets. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
oral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Syteiu Vitalizcr which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
lOcts. and To cts. For sale by Barclay
"Hack.metack" a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
. South America and Soitiikhn United
Statics. Owing to the warm and delight
ful climates, tlieir inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid livers, indigestion, ami all dis
eases arising from disordered stomueh nnd
bowels. They should, of ciuir.se, ut ull
times keep tho liver active, and to our rend
ers we would recommend 'fabler's Vege
table Liver Powder; taken in time, it will
often save money and much suffering.
Price 50 cents. Barclay Brothers, agents,
The Buckeye. It is a well established
fact, that Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment
will cure, if used according to direction.
-Eseulus llippoeuslnnum, or Itorsf Clies
iiuts, commonly known us the Buckeye, has
been highly esteemed for many years,
owing to the fact, that it possessi. virtues,
lyiim in the bitter principle 1 Ksculin,
which can no utilized lor the m,.,,c iiis.
i i I .in i i .
! II nirectcd with that t-iri!
M' hi'ii.sc, use
Buckeye pile ointment iu i. ....i;,.,..,.!
Barclay Brothers, agents Cain., !,
SANFOKIVS RADICAL CUKE
IT In a fact that ran In. ulialnnlliited hv the moat
1 ruHpuctiiblotimiliiioniulH ever oll'ercd In fuvor of
any proprietary medicine, mat tliu iiaiih al v-uiim
run l' at mill doua In every rao all'ord liiHlunt and
permanent relief. No matter of liow long alaudliiL'
or Iniw Hevere. Hie dlm-iiMe, the llrnt done lveK such
evidence ol Ha value in the treatment olVatitrrah
atVeelloUN that Conllileuee In at once fell in ltd abil
ity to do all that 1h claimed for It. The tealliuony
of phvhlelaUH, driiwirlH, audpalieutH in uuanlmoiia
In tlil respect, niiil die accumulating eviilenco la
in point of respectability superior to any ever be
fore obtained In favor of a popular remedy. Thu
proprietors, therefore, muy Justly feel proud of the
position the lUmi'Ai. C.'nitK husuttaiued.and believe
It worthy of its reputation.
10 YEARS A SUFFERER.
From Hon. Tlieo. P. liojrcrt. llrlstol, It. I.
. McHr. Wkkk I'ottkii: (ientlemen,-Feeling
thoroughly convinced of thu elllcaey of Sankoiiii's
Radical Orim vm Cataiiiih. I am induced lo drop
von a Hue to any Unit iiltliminh I have been sceptical
iif ull llio nostrums advertised as "radical cures," I
have never found anything that promises such.re
lief and ulllniute cure as Unit of Sankoiiu's.
lhuvebeeu hlllicled with tills dreadful disease
for more than ten years, and not until recently
could 1 be Induced to persevere, with any until 1
read the letter of -Mr. llKMtv ki.i.h. and ran truth
fully say thai after usinu live or six buttles 1 urn
llioromjhlv convinced of itu curative properties"
IIojjIiik Unit other similarly afflicted like myself
wiulie Induced lo make the trial. 1 mil. gentlemen,
verv irulv.ete.. TI1KO. P. IlutiKKT.
lliiisroi., U. I.. July it, lsrT.
Such as Sore, Weak. Inflamed, Red Watery Eyes;
Ulceration and Inllamallou of thu Ear; Ringing
Noises in the Head; Sore Throat; Eloneatlou of
the Uvula anil Swelled Tonsils; Nervous Headache.
Neuralgia. Dizziness. Clouded .Memory, J.oss of
Nervous Force, Depression of Spirits. nre all
ciirclully and scientillcally treated with this remedy
according to directions which accompany each bot
tle, or will be mailed to any address on receipt of
Each package con'ulns Dr. Sanford's Improved
Inhaling Tube, and full directions lor Its
use iu all cases. Price One Dollar. For
sale bv all wholesale and retail druggists and
dealers throughout the United Suites and Canada.
WEEKS & POTTEK, 'General Agents and Whole
sale Druggists, Boston, Jluss.
Affords tho most grateful relief In liheumatlsm,
Weak Spine, Local Pains, Nervous Affections, Lo
cal Rheumatism, Tic Douloureux, Nervous Pain,
Affot!ons of the Kidneys, Fractured Itibs, Affec
tions of the Chest, Colds and Coughs, Injuries of
the Hack, Strains and Ilruises, Weak Hack, Ner
vous Palu of the Uowels. Crump lu the Stomach and
Limbs. Heart Affections, Enlarged Spleen, Ilruises
und Punctures, liheumatlsm of the Wrists and
Anns, Asthma, Clout, Local and Deep-seated Pains,
Pain In the Chest, Stitch lu the Buck. Pain in the
Hip, Varicose or Enlarged Veins, Crick In the
Hack and Neck, Palu and Weakness iu Side and
liae.k. Hoarseness, Sore Throat. Lumbago, Whoop
ing Cough, Sharp Pains In the Breast. Heart Dis
ease, (Julnsy, Diabetes, and for Lameness lu any
part of the body.
Ask for COLLINS' VOLTAIC PLASTER.
Sold bv all Wholesale and hVtall Druggists
throngbout the t'nited States and fanadas. and
by WEEKS A POTTKli. Prourietors. llostou Mass
ESTATE OP MirilAEL IXirOAS, 1)E( T.AHKI).
The undersigned, having been appointed Execu
trix of the last will and testament of .Michael Dou
gan lute ol the county of Alexunder, and state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice Unit she. will up
pear before the county court of Alexander county, ut
the court-house In Cairo, at the March term, on the
Second Monday lu March next, ut which time all
persons having claims against said estute are no
tilled and requested lo attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons indebt
ed to said estutu are requested to make iinniedlute
piivment to the uuderslirncd. .
Dated this Siind (lav of Jnnnarr. A. D. 1H7!.
ELLEN Dol'liAN. Executrix.
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