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"Cairo llulletln. Cairo. Illliuola "
OFFICIAL I'AI'KU OK ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois
1 .urgent C.'ii-'ulation of any liuiy in
M.H. HarrcU, Kditor.
Tins New York lleralil states that there
is a great (Vimunition in the number of uu
imployed mechanics in that city, and ar
gues from the fact that there Iihr been a
genera! revival in nil branches of busiues.
It says that three winters ago iu New York
city, there were sixty thousand idle men,
but thut !tt the present time, the unemploy
ed do not exceed twelve thousand peisons.
The suggestion that originated with the
Louisville Courier-Journal that Alaska lie
be made a penal colony for the United
States, is one that is worthy of much con
sideration. With what satisfaction could
honest men hold up to the ga.c ot the
rascally bank and insurance presidents, the
horrors of a ten years service in the copper
mines of that distant and inhospitable re
gion! Coal, iron and copper abound there,
and convicts, instead of being an expense,
would more than pay for their mainten
ance. There is much more in the sugges
tion than appears upon the surface, and it
might be well to give the subject a
Fon the fourteenth time the newspapers
of the country arc speculating as to what
became of Marshal Ney. The New York
Herald insists that he was not executed,
as quite everybody believed, but escaped
from France, reached Americt, and ended
lii? days in North Carolina, as a common-1
neilagogue. The Louisville Courier-Journal
dissents lrom this conclusion, because, lis it
says, Ney could not have taught school had
he wanted to. The C.-.I. forgets that the
Herald spoke of a North Carolina school.
As Ney could read words of two svlables
without stopping to spell them, he could,
under the school system thut then obtained
in North Carolina, have secured a first
Mn. MuiiAT Halstkai), of t he Cincin
nati Commercial, formally nominates John
Sherman for the presidency in a letter to
tho Cleveland Herald, as follows: "The
people always rush to see whether there is
not mine one man to whom they can us
cribe all the hard work they have them
selves done; and they will find in Sherman
this time the man they want. He should
be applauded as a "good nnd faithful serv
ant," and be will be rewarded for all that
he has done, and to that much will be
added. That's Ins luck. Then, if the Re
'publicans want a man of nerve, Sherman is
their man. He has' as much nerve in pro
jection to his weight as a fiddle; more of it
when it comes to civil affairs than any of
our military chieftains."
yiNCB the country was fir.-l curved by
Grantism there seems to be "a job" in
almost everything. Governmental orders,
contracts aud appropriations, however hon
est and straightforward they may seem ut
first, nre found, in the progress of time, to
cover revolting rottenness. It is nothing to
tlie bcoundrels who profit by the "jobs,"
what tlie consequences to others may be,
or in this day of Republican ascendancy
.men have a care only for themselves and
iLbeirB, as Grant had for himself nnd his. Iu
the grant to the Alaska Commercial com
pany, the only wrong that was visible on
the surface was that the government had
given thousands to secure a return of tens.
But now wc have it that because of tho re
moval of the troops from Alaska, ut the
instance of the Commercial company, the
Indians of that distant country ure rising
against tho few whites there, and w ill mas
sacre such a cannot place themselves tin
tho protection of th lii Itish inau vt war,
The company wanted no watchers of their
operations, and hence the order to with
draw ' the troops. The troops removed,
there were none to molest or make tlio
company afraid. The consequence is the
few helpless whites in the territory must
fly to the protection of the "hateful IStitish,"
or surrender their scalps, and heads also,
to the fiendish natives. It is a condition
of affairs that would reflect disgrace, npon
the King of Dahomey. .
Wk fully agree nidi tlie Louisville AgeJ
that there is no reason to doubt that the
llepublicun electors of Louisiana, Florida
and South Carolina were for sale. 'Where
an article is in the market, ami one of the
two bidders for it obtain it, the inference is
inevitable that that bidder paid the better
price fur it. In short, that the Republicans
bought a part or all of these votes, is no
longer doubted by any sane man ; and that
tlie persons who consumuted the disgrace
ful transaction have been rewarded by the
president for their corrupt work is a fact of
history. By the action of President Hayes
in this matter helms become particeps crim
inis after tin; fai t, however innocent be
might have breu before it. He has sealed
the villainy by ids own "image and super
scription," and 1ms thereby contributed, in
the most public and official manner, to the
degradation of politics and tlie corruption
of the ballot. History will brand him
with the guilt which he sanctioned nnd con
firmed. Reitislican newspapers nre eternally
prating about what "the country owes to
Grant." With the San Francisco Exam
iner, thinking men have arrived at the con
clusion that the account is so largely over
paid that Grant can never cancel his in
debtedness to the country, "lie owes more
to this country than anv other American
ever did; owes what lie can never repay.
The disgrace ot the Grant era iu our poli
itical history, its degredation of national
character, its tarnishing of national reputa
tion, its prostitution of the highest offices to
the basest ends, its corruption of every de
partment of the public service, its poison
ing of public morals, and finally its crea
tion of a fraudulent executive to which is
transmitted its disgraced sceptre, all these
are charged against Grantism, and so long
as this damning record stands, the honest
people of the country will be iu no temper
to hear of indebtedness to Grant."
Tun combined monopolists, corruption
isLs and bond-holding aristocrats of the
country will, as predicted by the St. Louis
Dispatch, raise an immense corruption fund
wherewith to foist Grant upon the Republi
can party as its candidate in With
tin? vast sum thus provided, nn effort will
be made to buy the Greenback and Com
munistic clement into the folly of nomina
ting tickets of their own. If this effort is
successful, tho Democrats may lose the
election, and Grant again be elevated to the
presidency of the United States. If there
ure but two tickets, Democratic victory is
assured. Grant's hopes, therefore, ull de
pend upon the possibility of a third or
Greenback movement in 1880. And to-day
this does look very unlikely. The Green
back movement died when the greenback
became equal to gold. Grant's chances
depend upon the Ureenbackcrs and green
backs. But in a straight fight against the
Democratic candidate, without any flank
or third movements to nsoist him, his over
whelming defeat is certain.
Tun selection of Mr. Burchnrd, of Illi
nois, as director of the Mint, has astonished
everybody who knows the man and is fa
miliar with the requirements of the posi
tion. But, that "the man from Ohio"
should Appoint Burchard, should not occa
sion astonishment, after all. The selection
of Thompson, an Indiana back-woodsman
who scarcely ever saw the ocean, and didn't
know the "top-gidlant" of n ship from the
"kelson," to be Secretary of the Navy, pre
pared the public mind for almost anything.
Burchard helped to steal the presidency,
and that consideration alone entitled him
to the position. The Philadelphia Times
says that Burchard resembles Iluyes' first
choice, Mr. Snowdon, only in the one fact
thnt he knows that a trade dollar
nnd green hack don't look alike. But above
all else rises his valiant defence of the
cause of Mr. Hayes before the Dudley Field
investigation committee, in the winter of 70
-77, and by being one of the tew straight
out Hayes men on the Republican side of
House of Representatives. When ho stood
up for Madison Wells in the stormy days
of the Electoral Commission he. cast his
bread upon the waters, nnd it. has returned
to him after many days. The pressing ne
cessity for providing for Mr. Buehnrd grew
out of the fact that like ltanks and Town
send, who are already nominated for good
otilccs, his constituents hail no further use
for his srvlces and declined to return him
to Congress, There will be many more ap
pointment on this account between now
and the fourth of March."
Qvkhy. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Biti's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price'.
An ukm:i) nv
SANFOJID'S RADICAL OIIRK
IT Is fet Hint can be substantiated by the nio-.t
resietliibli-leslinionluls ever ollered In favor of
nnv )roirletnrv nieillclni'. thai lliu Kaiucai. ( i .us:
roiiCATAiiuil does In every case' all'ord IukIkiiI and
lieriuaui nl relief. No matter of how lon standing
or how severe the disease, the llrst dose (jives sin b
evidence ol its value in the trentmcnt ol Caliirnih
atl'ci'tlons that conlldencc Is at once felt iu Its ubil
ilv to do all that Is claimed for it. The testimony
of phvsii iuus, dru'lstx, and patients Is unanimous
III this respect, nnd the lUTiinuilntlliK evidence Is
in jiolnl of respcctubilily superior to any ever be
fore obtained In favor of a popular renmdy. The
jiroprietors. therefore, may ju.-ily feel proud of the
position the Kaii'ai. I't itK has attained, uud believe
It worthy of Its repnlation.
10 YEARS A SUFFERER.
Krom Boa. Tlno. Y. lio'ert. Bristol,
Messrs. Wkkks & I'oitkii: (o'litlenien.-Tcclliiu
thoroughly convinced of the eltb aey of Sanihiiii's
liADK'Ai. (Villi run ( ATAiinii. 1 am Induced to drop
you a Hue to say Unit although I have been sccpiinil
of ull the nostrums advertised as "radical cures," I
have, uever found anything thut promises such re
lief and ultimate cure as that of SANromi's.
I have been alllicteil with this lirenilfiil disease
for more than ten years, and not until recently
could 1 be Induced lo persevere with any until I
road the letter of Mr. IIkniiv Wki is. and -an truth
fully say tlmt after using tlvc or six bottles I am
thoroughlv convinced of Itti cu iilive iiropcrlic
Hoping Hint others similarly alllicteil like myself
will be liidiici'd lomaku the trial. 1 am. gcntlcim-n.
riy truly, eto 'I'll ICO. 1'. ll; Klf'l'.
liitisTOL, U. I., July St, IS".
Such as Sore, Weak, Inflamed. Ited 'Watcrv Kyes;
l lceration and Intlamatlon of the V.nr: hinging
Noises in the Head; Sore Throat: Klongutlou of
the t'vnlaand Swelled Tonsils; Nervous Headache.
Neuralgia. Dizziness. Clouded .Memory, Loss of
Nervous Force, Depression of Spirits, are all
carefully and scienlilb-ally I rented wilh this remedy
according to directions w liich accompany each bot
tle, or will be mulled to liny address nu rcccijit of
Kach package con'ains Dr. Sanfurds Improved
Inhaling Tube, and full direction for its
use in all cases. Price One Dollar. For
sale by all wholesale aud retail druggists and
dealers throughout the I'nlted Mate amll'unadu.
WkF.KS it 1'uTTKlt, (ieneral Agents uud Whole
sale Druggists. Huston. .Mass.
AtTords the most grateful relief in Ilheitniatism
Weak Spine, Local I'ains, Nervous Afi'ectlo"s. Lo
cal llhcumatlsin, Tic. Douloureux. Nervous Tain
Affect ion of the Kidneys. Fractured ItlUs, Affec
tions of the Chest. Colds and Coughs. Injuries o.'
the Duck, Strains and flruises, Weak Hack, Ner
vous I'tiln of the liowclif, Cramp in the Stomach iiui!
Limbs, Heart AftecHons, Kulurged Spleen, Itrillset
and Punctures, Hhetuinitlsm of the Wrists ant
Arms, Asthma, (lout. Local and Deeji-sented I'ains
1'ain in the Chest. Stitch in the Buck, i'ain in tin
Hip, Varicose or Knliirgcd Veins, ( rick In Hi
Hack and Neck, I'ain and Weakness in Side and
Hack, Hoarseness, Son- Throat, Lumbago, Whoop
ing Cough, Sharp I'ains In the Ilrcast. Heart Dis
ease, Quinsy. Diabetes, and for Lameness in any
Jiart of the body.
T1 i -r. 'J."t ( 'i.itH.
Ask for COLLINS' VOLTAIC PLASTER.
Sold by all Wholesale and Kelall Druggists
thronghout the I nite.l States aud Caiuidas. und
by WKKK- & I'OTI'KK. rroorletors. lloMon .Mass
HOOTS AM) SI10KN.
.Manufacturer and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Teathri' and Kindiiig.s
No. !) Commercial Ave., Hi t. Fifth nnd Sixth Sts..,
Keep" constantly on hand a large assortment of
(ieiils anil Ladles Hoots an I Shoes of all sty'cs
and sizes, and of the very best ol St. Louis and
Cincinnati Hand nmile. work; sold cheaper than
eier before, and cheaper than like goods can be b
lalueil in this city.
Al-o. always on hand a larjo stock of Loatherniid
Findings of all description, sold very close.
PAINTS, OILS, WALL I'AI'KU. ETC.
I 'a hits, Oils, Yii ni isiics, I rushes
Window Ghiss, Window Shi'.ucs. Etc.
Always on hand the celebrated it.i.i minatinii
Ilross' Iltilldliii:. Coin- (,
liK'icial Ave.. i
ESTATE or W. II. Wll.rox. I)F.( KASHM.
The undersigned, having been appointed Admin
istrators of III'-estate of V. II. Wilcox, late of
the county of Alexander and state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby give notice that they will appear be
lore the county court of Alexander count : ut the
court-house In Cairo, at the .May term, on the
third .Monday In May next, at 'which time all
persons having t luiin against said estate are noil-
lien aim rctjuesieii lo attend ror the pur iose of hav
ing the same adjusted . AH peixin- indebted u h:t,
estate are rci noted to make luimeilliite pa.inclil to
the uuclcrMgiied, ,
Dated ihls 1 111 li day of February, A . 1). ls;t.
I'l.OHKNCK. A WILCOX. Administratrix.
AI.FltF.D WILCOX. Administrator.
EsTATX OK MII'll Aft. tlofllAN, llKrKAsrtl.
The tiuderslj'iied, bnvlnz been iifpotntiMl Hxecu
trlx of the last Hill and testament of Mnhsel lion
Kim late ol the county of Alexander. uuiUtm,, id I 111.
uols, deceased, hereby gives notice (hid sin, w ill up
pear before the county court of Alexander count v. ut
the court hoiisu in Cairo, at the .March term, on' the
Second Monday in March next, lit w hich time all
persons having claims against said ctHti are nu
titled and requested to attend for (he purpose of
having tho same uiljuHcd. All crnn Indebt
ed to suld ('statu aru ri'iiiested to lniikc Immediate
Jiarmenl to the undersigned.
bated thin g-.'nd davol January. A. I). Ism,
K'LLKN Dot (iAN, Kxi-rUirtx.
JOTICK OK FINAL SKTTLK.MKNT.
KSTATK (r WI1.I.1AM N, MOIII.I.AX. I:i K,w:n.
Stute of Illinois, Alexander l uuiity.
To the heirs and creditors of said estate;
Yon nru hereby notified that on Monthly, ,,, pm,
dav of Msreh, IsVIMhe admlnlsti'Htor of suld i,.ii
w ill present to the county court of Alennder I
.oillllj. 01 ,,,. immxi-, ,oii report or
his le ts ami doings us such in'ml il-triitor
nnd ii-k the coin; to be (tls.ehur.Ml (.,
and nil further duties unit resooiisDillnli's eotineci'.
ed with sub I estate, sud h!i inltiilnbliiiliin 1 , ,,
at whlcli ilmii nnd place, you may bo i'e. m ..,!
less such applleallotl if ou ehoosi ,,,,
JOHN I'Alil'.OTT, Aiiiii!ni,t,,i,
rtr5, FP T 1 ss- C
5 );!p!tJ ''(" i-:Lv x
Cannot be Exploded
CAX ri: IHJRNEI) IX AXV PETROLEUM LAMP!
B the very Highest Grade of Illuminating Oil from which, in the process of manufact
ure, every impurity has been eliminated. ELAINE is free from Benzine
and Paruflinc. In color, ELAINE is spring water white, and its "tire trst"
is so high as to make it us absolutely safe as any illiiminant known. Hav
ing no disngreablc odor, ELAINE is a pleasant oil tor family use. It
docs not incrut the wick, and thus is avoided its frequent retrimining.
Aslv For It. Use Xo Other In Your Lamps!
Inferior and ClieaDerOils are falsely ollered and sold as
ELAINE. lie sure you nre not Imposed upon. Tlie dealer
who would deceive you in this, w ill deceive you in other
ELAIXF XKVEU VARIES IX QUALITY.
lias Received the folloving Awards and Endorsements.
1UOM THE OIIGINALJUROKS OF THE
CE.NTEXX1AL IXTER J A TIOX A L EXIIII5IT10X, IsTO.
A GOLD MEDAL
From I'jitsburg Exposition. Society, 1 8?T.
Adopted for the Inland
Light ILu.se Department
The Board of
IN ITED STATES STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
of the I". S. Trcasuy Department giv- Elaine its unqualified recommendation.
BOARDS OF FIRE UNDERWRITERS
throughout the Unit d States endorse its u--e and rate it ns safe as gas,
t r .
BAI I CLAY 131 IOT H S,
Al aiirfact uels, A ei its,
lvirirn 4 n 1 n
jIFE ASSUlbiNCB- SOCIETY
UsT I T U I )
120 Broadway, -
ASSETS, .Ic.nk. 1, 1878,
(No l'renilum Notes.)
Surplus over Six Million Dollars.
The Most important question for those insuring their lives is "WHICH COM
PANY IS STRONGEST,''
The strongest company is the one which has the most doi.uhh ok well invested
ASSETS Foil LVEKV Dlll.I.AIt OK I.IA IIII.ITI I'.S.
Of the seventeen largest Life Insurance Companies of the United States, the ratio
of assets (excluding premium notes) to liabilities, the Equitable is largest, being 121. HI)
The second largest is 111),77, and the third largest 117..'J2.
cTTIiese Inures are from the official report of the New York Insunuico Depart
ment, June 1, IsjTk. 1
rF( )TST T I X L
Grow more pojiulnr every day, ami are
Ad NTH OF FIC I I:
AVAsiiLwroN Aykxce, (,1oil Twi-ilitji Stkeet.
DIPLOMA AND MEDAL.
Marine Servico of tlie
ok the United States.
- X.EW YOKK.
J 'O I A C 1 L:s
made a specialty,
Obtained for new luvsntlons, or for Improvements
on old ones; for medluil or other compounds, trade
marks uud labels. Caveats, Assignments, Inter
fcrcnec, Appeals, Hulls for InfiTngeineiits, uud
ull cases arising uiiibr lliu I'atcut Laws, jirompt-
ly iiiu'iioeo 10. inventions inai nave been
If V I r I 'T V 1 1 'f l'uU'M '""y
1 ) most cases, lieliatenled hy
us. llelng opposite t a I.'. S. 1'utent beparlnienl,
uud engaged iu I'litenj business exclusively, we can
make closer search, ,, and secure I'atents more
iroinptly. and with bnuder claims, than those who
are remote from Wnidiaiglou.
I ' IX'Tl 1 If H,,d u a model or sketch of
J il I JiA 1 Jyotir device; we make ex-
limlnatiolis and advise us lo jmleutablllty. free of
charge. All corresudeuce strictly coiitldeiitlal .
1'riccs low , and no c!iargc unless l'aiinl Is secun d.
We refer In Wu-I Ingtoii. to Hon. I'oslmiwter
(Ieneral D. M. Key, Uv. F. D: I'ower, The tii-rman-American
Niitioual Hank, to otlli lals In the l . S.
1'utent ('llii e, mid to 'outers and liepresenlatives
III Congri'ss; unit csm liilly lo our clients in every
Statu iu the t'nioii ui.C IU Canada. Ad' Te-s
O. A. SNOW i' CO.,
Ojiposile I'ult III (HhVcx Washington. I). C.
rpo INVENTOIIS AS!) MECHANICS.
I'ATENTS and how to obtain them. I'nmjdef of
CO pag. s free, 1 1 1 1 i reci ipt of Stamps for postage
Address (.ll.lltiHE. SMITH AiCO..
Solicitors of l'uteiils. liox 111.,
Washington, D. C.
hosplml, is; East Wa-hliigtou stn-et, Cbicago, for
the cure ol all prhutc, chronic and special diseases.'
Sl.MIS.M. WIIAKNKss. NKUtotS IO.lill.ITV U lid UisT
mamiooii. permanently cured, Dr. O. Is a graduate
of the licform School, aud uses no niercurv; has the
lurgi-"t pun ilie Iu the l ulled states. I.AOirsro
quiring, treatment, with Lome and board, call or
write. Every conti'iiiriire for jiHtients. Send llfty
cents for MAHItlAliE OtTKE! 27j pages Illustrat
ed. .Married ladles and geLilcincn tend tin v cent"
for Humpb: of rubber goods and circular of Inijiort
ant Information by express. Cnnsaltallon free and
conlldeiillal. llellahlu Female fills (A a box.
men, lo-sol vitality, premature weakness, enerva
tion of mind uud body, di. order of the brain and
nervous svsiem. and mbi ries resulting therefrom,
speedily cured by HATES' SPECIFIC. I'remred
by an eminent phvslrinn: .) n cave. . 'or .'i; sold bv
druggists. For circular with full particulars. aJ
dress DK. HATES, gi:i State street. Chicago. 111.
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dii-s. lor JPJ s... ljr ,.,,,,1 of fllr ;tl.vil.WH ,,
lllai kw is.il lor j s. nad so on.
New su'i-crilieri. lapiihlng earlvi for the vear l"'i
ni.iy l:,ne. wllhout evtra char-,-.' the niiin'i.eis for
the la.t quarter of I' ?s of such ju r.odl. aU as they
nniy subscribe for.
1 ir. Instead, new-subscribers lo any two, three or
lour ol the perioilleuls. mav have one of the Four
l.'e.lew." f,,r Kh: subs, ribers to ab live m-.y have
t'Voot th -Four llevp ivs." or one set ol Hhn k
wood s Magazine lor 1S.S.
Neither premiums to subscribers nor discount to
clubs ran be allowed, utiles' the Inoiiev Is relnittnl
e lr. it to the pu'ill-hers. No premium, en en to
To secure premiums It Will be neeessuey to make
early application, us the stock imiilahie for thnt
puriose Is limit' d
Tlie Leonard Scolt I'uhlisliingCo.,
II IIAItCLAVST.. NEW YOI'K.
MITI AI, AID SOCinV.
yiDOW'S AND ORPHAN'S
Mutual Aid Society
From T. A. Oslmrii, Act. Secreiary of Ilrimcli Office
Hoi.oku, Tknn., January 8tti, 1HTU.
Tliomus Lewis, Secrulary W, i O. M. A, S. Cairo.
Dear Sir and llrnlher:
Sister Acton Imu Jist handed nic a rertlllcate
and desires me to forward It to you; anil requests
ma to suy to you and tlrough you to the Knrluly,
that she returns luTslucoru thanks to you and tlin
Society, and lo say Hull sho bus received nioro on
brother Acton's death, (or ruther on his policy,)
than she hud expected ; nnd that site will do all thai
the ran to Increase Its nemhershlp. All Unit have
expressed themselves think well of your tabular
Ktulunieul, Voir Truly, T A OSlltilN.
CK It'll FI CAT K, t
Iloi.ivKit. Tknn,, January Htli, 1ST!).
Till la to certify thai my husband, Key. James (i.
Acton, was a member f llio Widow's nnd Orphan's
Mutual Aid Society, of Cairo, Illinois, and that the
amount due on stleh netithci'shlp Certlllcales haa
been roll' pulil, accordlitd to tho terina of the Cor
tlllcntca, und Hid tiion-y expressed to mo wllhoit
ono cent of cunt, Tor which I return my alnrcrn
thinks A. 11, ACTON.