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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 1S73.
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ly Morning1 Daily in Southern Illinois
! imoBt Circulation ol any Uuily in
t Houthern Illinois.
M.B. Iiarroll, Killtor.
! With 09,895 teder.il ofticers at bis beck
' Li call,' think of the power of an Anievi
J i executive! In the hands of a man a
j do more depraved and vicious than the
b now "n the white-house, . such a power
) nld Iks a constant menace to our national
: Oub cOtijinporaries will give our pajx r a
! j )re accurate, habitation and name if they
i ; 11 employ ' the term df designation we
ve employed, and not "the Democratic
tlletin," as manyof them have fallen into
i 5 habit of doing. We arc useful and or
I mental as well as political.
,j The K"puhlican party ib responsible for
i, c extra session of Congress. Had the
rpuMican members been able to sink the
rtisan in the patriot, the' would have
ined forces with the Democrats and piu-s-
i 'r the civil appropriation bill, and thus
' . ....... m
, f nuerea an extra session unecessary. i no
j ' untry can suffer no worse affliction than
U: !: a much Contrri-ss.
TiiE civil appropriation bills were not
88cd, because Republican members of
i j ,ngress refused to unite with the Demo-
I ts in support of them. Tlie excuse otl
i I cl that an obnoxious amendment was
t j ?ckod on, will not satisfy the public. It
ill not be conceded, because, lti'publicans
embers couldn't have everything pre-
sely us they wauted it, that they had,
i I 'lereforc tho rijrht to "stop the wheels of
; I J government."
? ' The General Assembly of the State of
jl i Arkansas has been vilely slandered. At a
' ;3tel where a majority of the members
. jard tho landlord makes nn oral announre
j ent of the bill of fare after his guests are
'ated at tho table, Being asked why he
lies this, he 'replied that he was compelled
' do it. ."Forty-five members of the Leg-
laturc board with me, and only two of
' i m can read. Hence a printed bill of fare
ould be a superfluity."' This is nothing
tore or less, of course, than "a black Ke-
I It is stated that two millions two huu
rod and ten thousand dollars of thcaricars
snsion money voted by Congress, will he
aid to Illinois ex-soldiers through tho Chi
igo agency. As nearly every dollar of
lis vast sum will go into the hands of poor
len who will proceed at once to the busi
es! of putting' it in circulation, the result
ill be Heen in an increased activity in all
; ranchc of trade and industry. Into no
ther hands could the money be paid with
, U equal assurance that it would be put
jt ouce into circulation. Tho result will be
inflation" we suppose, but wc dare say
iat the veriest contractioniht iu the State
ill be able to summon philosophy enough
;) enable him to "weather through it."
jj TK distillers of lll'mimi arc watching
;( procewlingit of tho Wisconsin letfisla-
tiro narrowly ami with much concern.
3 'j Vy are warm advoeates of the bid pend
, i. ;ng there to prohibit the manufacture mid
ale of intoxicating lienors. Under the
' fparatimi of audi a law the Wiseousin dis
tilleries would In closed up, and Illinois
would supply the drugstores, which would
fpnnjf up on every corner of the cities uml
it every cpmh-pmus in me country, aim
t i a . t 1 t
otllu also supply ino coinraimnn iraiie.
hho law that says that a man shall not muke
rhinkf, can le enforced. The law that
ay bo ohall not drink it, cannot be en
vreed, and the lhidgers, denied u
npjlj of home-made whisky will bey from
Illinois. Pickets stationed fifty feet npart
along the whole dividing line, would not
keep IllinoiAvliitiky out of Wisconsin. It
will go in, o whole cargo at a time, and the
prohibitionists will ho powerless to pre
lloTii houses of the Congress that will meet
on the 18th instant, will be Democratic.
Tim Democrats can organize the Senate us
they choose, having a clear aud undoubted
majority. In the House there may be some
delay and considerable wrangling. Demo
cratic members number 140, Republicans
128, Greenbackers 13. Three of the Dem
ocrats, because of sickness, will not be pres
ent. Hence, if the Republicans ami Green
backers unite, the Democratic majority will
be reduced to two votes. Unless perfect
harmony prevail, and every man is iu his
seat, the Democrats may not control the
organization. Wo put the matter in
this shape merely to show tho possibilities
ot the situation. Contemplating the situ
ation from the more reasonable out look,
affairs look more encouraging. Eight of
the thirteen Greenbackers are of Demo
cratic antecedents, and La Matyar, of Indi
ana, will vote with the Democrats from the
start, uuless it shall appear that the Green
hackers hold the balance of power, w hich is
not regarded as among the probabilities.
The other Democratic Greenbackers will
piabably hold their Republican confeder
ates in check, and thus insure the organiza
tion to the Democrats. The sentiment runs
largely in favcr of Randall for Speaker.
It is true, as stated by the editor of the
St. Jeeph Gazette, that Senator Logan is a
member of the Methodist church, and it is
also true, as stated by the same party, that
"no one would have thought it;" but it is
not true that Logan was a member of the
Catholic church. There is policy in relig
ion as well as in war, and Logan very sens.
ibly enlisted in 'the largest army. Logan
was. as stated, a regular "daisy" at a horse
race has ridden many a heat, bare-headed
and barefooted, leing thereunto impelled
by the glittering offer of a half dollar. As
to Logan's ability to "out-fiddle" any vio
linist in the West, we think it likely that
the St. Joseph man has
conceded to the Senator an accom
plishment to which he lays no claim. The
time was when he was "the center of all
eyes'1 at a hoe-down," but as a musician we
are fully persuaded that Logan doesn't
amount to much. His father may have
been 'in Irish doctor, as the Gazette alleges;
but none of his brogue, that was "too thick
to be cut," was transmitted to his children.
Miss Cunningham whom Logan married,
was an American born girl, but
may have been of Irish parentage.
That she was as beautiful as Hebe and
smart as chain-lighting let loose, we have
remaining evidences that are quite conclu
sive. As a reader and manager of mascu
line human nature, she stands without an
equal among western women or men either,
fort hat matt,.'!'.
Why will you allow a cold to ad
vance in your system and thus encourage
more serious maladies, such as I'neumonia,
Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when an
immediate relief can so easily be attained.
lWhee's German Syrup has gained the
largest sale in the world for the cure of
j Coughs, Colds and the severest Lung Dis-
eases.It is Dr. lloschee's famous German pre
scription, and is prepared with tiie greatest
care, and no fear need be entertained in ad
ministering it to the youngest child, us per
directions. The sale ol this nu'dieine is
unprecedented. Since first introduced there
has been a constant increasing demand and
without a single report of a failure to do its
work in any eas". Ask your druggist as to
the truth of these remarks. Large size 73
cents. Try it and be convinced.
YlIU Ml'ST Cl.it K THAT Coi.'tm. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Uronchitis, Whooping Cough, Astluna.and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it Is abso
lutely without an e(tial, Twodosen will re
lieve your child of ( roup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can etford to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not, true wo will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. Mets.
and ifl, (10 per bottle. If your Luns re
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay brothers.
n.VKyou Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to sillier
when ) on ean be cured on such terms ns
these. Price 1(1 cents, and 7.) cents. Sold by
Wi'.t.ta Persian Pcrhimc "Haekinetnck"
is rich ami fragrant try It. Sold by Ha relay
A Cum. To all wlin are suilering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, lesst of nm.
hood, 1 will send a recipe that will cure
you, hike ok c-iiaiuji-:. This peat remedy
whs discovered by it missionary in Soti'h
America. Send a Iialf-ndtlrrssed envelop(. to
me itcv..iisi.iMi T. Inman, Station I). Uible
I House, New York City.
TIip I'ollowinu' Cure Is pioluibl.v I lie inin.t re murk
nlilu ever elVect il by unv tm illial prep,
iir.ulon for tin' tmitini'iit ol
ticiitli iniii.-I lw ri'bv certify that 1 linvo bad l u
tiirrb fur ti'ii vi'r. itnu lor tliu lurt fix yearn have
bi-eii a trrriblr MinVivr. 1 wan ri'iidert'd pnrtiiilly
diiif. bud imr.in;: In 111'' hi'itd. piiln m roca tlui
tcniple. div xpi'llr. wi'iik nnd pululnl ni, awol
leu mill ulivniti'il IhiihIIh, linn! unit toiiMniit roih'h,
severe pitlnm roi'i the clii t. uml every liiillciitluii
of I'oiifinnplloii. My bund ached all the time. Tin'
mutter ncciiiuiiliited no inpldly in mv head and
tb mat Hint 1 could nut keep them free. Frequently
nt nlyht I would ii'.irluu out of bed, It n'ctncd to mo,
at the point of aufforatlon. I would then huve re
course to cery liii uiiK In my power to dislodge the
inn -us from tny throat nnil bend belore belnu nll
to sloop Htfiiin. Kora a period of six yearn my ton
sils w ore u!i crated and so much inflamed that f could
with dlftii ulty sw allow. 1 nimlly coi suited an emi
nent silicon lu regard to mi operation upon them,
bet at his n qiie-t postponed ll. The constuiit inlla
matloti and ulceration in tnv throat caused hv the
poisonous matter dropping down from my head had
o Irritated aud Inflamed my lun that 1 c ughed
incessantly, a deep h:;rd roiijju Meanwhile my
ayatetn bean to show the effects of the disease, so
that I lost llesh. crew "i!c. anil showed every symp
tom of au early math bv consumption. WUou'mat
tors had reached this since, or about six month
a so, I began the use of ,sanimiiii' Kahicai. I'enr
K'Ui CaTauuh. After ii'lni; the llrst bottle I beuan
to improve rapidly. The tlrst dose seemed to clear
my head as I nad'noi known it to be for year It
seemed gradually to nrret the tllm-liarce. It atop
pod my couch in' three days. Hy nslnc It n car
tile I soon reduced the imlnniutioii ami swelling u
my tonsils, so that tin y soon reused to trouble me.
The soreness across mv chest disappeared, the hnas
zinc noises iu my he k ceased, ley senses of seeluc
and hearlnc we're completely restored, and every
symptom of disease that had reduced uie to the
verco of the grave disappeared by the Use. of Kan
roiin'H Kaiiuai. ( i he rou i atauuii .
1 have been thus explicit b -cause, as a drnu'jlst, I
have seen a creat deal of snflcriuif from l atarrn, and
hope tiiconvlnce many that this is a creat remedy.
I am familiar with the treatment ofcuarrh as
practised by the best physicians, and have consulted
the most eminent ahoiit my rase. have used ev
ery kind of of remedy and apparatus that have np
peared during a psrlo'd of six venrs past, and have,
while following thfir use, taken givat care of my
Ceneral health, but obtiilned no relief or encourage
ment from anv of them.
Boston, Feb, SI, 1S75, (iKO. F. DlNsMOliE.
Feb. i' m.
Then personally appeared the salcHieorgt- V. Ulns-
more, and made oath that the foregoing statement
by him subscribed l true. Heforo inc.
SETH J. THOMAS, Justice of the Peace.
Each package con'ains Dr. Sanford's Improved
Inhaling Tube, and full directions for its
use in all cases. Price One Hollar. For
sale by all wholesale and retail druggists and
denier" throughout tho l ulled States and Canada.
WEKK8A PGTTEK. (Jeneral Agents and Whole
sale Drui'i'ifta Boston. Msss.
Affords the most grateful relief in all
Affections of the Chest and Lungs.
CHKOXIC PLEURISY CURED
Messrs. Wefks ,t Porrr.r.: (ientlcmen. Having
for many mouths suffered with a very lame side,
called by my physician Chonlc Pleurisy, caused by
a former li jury and strain, aud for which I used ma
uy prescriptions uud llulmeiils. as well as the so
called rheumatic cures, w ithout the least benefit. my
physician recommended one of your CoijjNa' Vol
taic Plastsrs. hi( li. to my great surprise, reliev
ed the pain and soreness almost luimrd lately, aid I
hue been able t attend to my household affulrs ev
er since with perfect case and comfort, whereas, be
fore the application el your iuvuluuble Plaster. I
was scarcely able to do anything I consider th m
inestimable, and shall with pleasure recommejd '
them to the afflicted. Yours respertfullv,
MFlS. FltANUS llAllHIMAN.
OliLAND, Me.. April SI. ISTii.
There is no medicine or protective appliance that
will prom so grateful aud chVotlve iu Tickling
Coughs. Irritation and Soreness of the Chest and
l.nius. We believe them capable, of preventing se
rious uisea-c oi mese organs.
THfo. '.-I' ( 'out w.
Do not rompound these pat"rs with the ordina
ry Plasters of the day. that by comparison are absolutely-worthless.
Ite careful to obtain ('oi.usV Voltaic Pi.astkii. a
combination of Klectib: or Voltaic plates wlih
highly Mediented Plasier. as seen iu tin; above rnt.
Sold by nil Wholesale and Hetall JruggWs
throughout theli.ii.il states ami Canadas.' aid
by WEEKS Pol l Eli. Proprietor-. Boston Mum
PKOriUKTOH OF SI'llOAT'S PATKNT
Wholesale Dcalci1 in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAM LOAD ORTO.V, WILL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING, i
Car Ioadr? a Specialty,
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
PAINTS, OILS. WAI.b I'APKIt. KTC.
Paints,()ils, Varnishes, Brushes
Window Glass. Window Slnides. Kto.
Always on hand the celebrated tu.i minavimi
Uross" Rtilldlnir, Com. (
ilierciiil Ave,, t
XKW (il'N sllol',
JL E. LNCK, !
XEW" GUX SJTO I
i'or. sixth St. mill ('(inimciTiid Ave,.
CA1HO, ; ; . Illinois.
(wtiiis, 1'lstols, ShI'cm mid Locks Ifejinired,
Keys Made to order.
CROKi! !IOUIN(iONimi;,U'll loadimhja
All work ininranteerl sutSfiu tore, at rheit'er ..,(.
CAN HE BURNED IX ANY PETROLEUM LAMP!
Is the very Highest Grade of Illuminating Oil from which, in the process of manufact
ure, every impurity has been eliminated. KLAINK is free from llen.inu
and lVufiinc. In color, KLAINK is spring water white, and its "tire trstj'
is so as to make it as absolutely safe as any illuminant known. Hav
ing no disagreahle odor, KLAINK is a pleasant oil tor family use. It
docs not incrv.st the wick, and thus is avoided is frequent rctrimming.
Ask For It. Use No
Inferior ami Cheaper Oils are falsely oiferedantl sold as
ELAINE. Be sure you are not Imposed upon. The dealer
who would deceive you in this, will deceive you in other
ELAINE NEVER VARIES IN QUALITY.
Has Received the following Awards and Endorsements.
FKOM T1IK ORIGINAL JUROHS OF THE
CENTENNIAL INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION,
ONLY FIRST PREMIUM,
A GOLD MEDAL
From IJittburg Kxpo.sition Society, 1875.
Auo)ted for the Inland
Limit IIovsk Department
The lioilpl of
UNITED STATES STEAMBOAT INSPEt.TORS
Treasury Department gives Elaine its unqualified n conimt i:J.;t:oii.
of ll.e u.
BOARDS OF FIRK
thi ugiH'ait the I nited States endorse its t:c
LM a 1 11 1 1 a
X KV AllVKI!''sKMKNT.
OTJH NEW 'NO. 8.
NOSIIL'JTLK TO Til UK At)
!'1C st Sewing )Incliine in the World!
Ajjjonts "Wanted Ivepywlu'i'c.
WHKKLER St WILSON MANUFACTURING CO.,
NO. 415 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
Other In Your Lamps!
DIPLOMA AND MEDAL.
Marine Service of the
of the United .States.
t.nd rate it as
il i; i.s ''"
c t. u vu i 's" A llo j i ( s.
: : ILLINOIS.
VP AWARDED A FIRM
St. Louis, Alo.
r.n -Tr.r'.-T v
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M:AtW I'lJKM 1 1' At,
I ,jTj S,v VMUt EXPOSITION,
CAIH'KXTKR AND CON THACTOK.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpknter and Contractor,
shop on tkntji stkkkt,
(between Wahlnutou am) Walnut.)
Kstiwiitt's on huildinu's, on losses by fire
or otherwise: made on short notice.
1.1. work lutrusieil t him will receive r.ronint
l atlenlioii. ami will bu executed lu unal alaeloi v
DVKINC AM l!i:.NOVATl.(i.
OUR OLD CLOTHES
VAX 1K IITAI TIITU.Y
DYKD Oil RKIUIUKD
At a Tiiains Eipensc- c. 0. 1).
C1IAS. SJ1KLLKV, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
try Ladle aud (ient." old bus made now
IMMITS AMI SllOrS.
Muniilacturer and Deuler in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
I'atlit.T and Findings
No. wroiiiuiereial Ave., llet. PifiU and sl .ih Sts.
Keeps ronstuntW on hand a I. true assoriuieiit of
(enls md I. aille Hoots su I Mio, ol all siy'ts
and sizes, and of Hie eiv best ot St. I.ouis and
1 iiirinn:itl Hand made work; sold i Ikh ,.-r (ban
ever before, am! i lieajier than like ij'jihIs i an b- ah
tained In tbi ity.
Also, alwats on hand a larse .to, k of I.iiili, i i. J
Kludines of all d serltiiiu, sola very tio.e
TIIK IIAII.V llll.I.KTIX.
s:iTrrrr; iTi-vm year.
! The Clio li'ilb tin enters nimii ia
1III 1 1 1 1 tenth yut wilh a roinphtr im-h
u ir .outrll and a deteruiiaalinu to make
,..... ,: ilt In all rr. peels worthy IIj .upi orl
1111111111 of it. patrons.
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