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THE 1UI1Y BULLETIN.
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Hullctln I'.ulhlliiz, Washington Avcime
Dully (.Wlu-re'l hy currier per wi-vlc....
fcy null (In mlviuiru) one )xtu
Hy itmil (iti advance) eiif yt'ar
To clulm of ion nml over ni r cnpyi.. ..
l'oHU.' Ill Ull I'lirl'-I TlHilll.
A a v t i Bi u Iiut
Ifrxl tr.H.-rtt.m. per equine
SuliMTii'M ltir.eriii.il. per ui'airti
For one wi'i'k. per i-qicee
Kw iwo wet, per Hjii ini
Kiir three wi-uk.-
or mil' inontti
Knirtaililltl innl mjiiisrn
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lilliinrii' mul resultilii.iii pi.-M ,1 1-.V ) . u iu'i
Iciulir- awl lunrii'i'i' free
i'iihl lliK'H "f "''li'l llt'ijpui-fil ciii-utiitiM i"l:iri .
Ili'phn.'djiilvi'rll-riii.'iil x.iil clKirA' l iiivurn
Inir to t)i rf-i-.! o ' un1. '(1.111 rnii-- IIv.tu m-
in tuvlw HlK' Of Hllill lf !' l!l' I"''!'; ,
Tf"til.irilv.TlTK vtv iii!'-r 'ipiTlnr l;nl:i''i'
mot. Uti a i rntus of claw mid faw "r
Iir.il nilln' I w-itfy renin per line for Ilr-1 liir-er-ion:
hca ivnt pur iiui .'r var.ii tironiiul lurer
finii. . , ,. ,.
Thi priper mnv ho fni!:l on flic ;H n'i. ' I.iiwhi
Jt t'o.'s .Ni-WKpiiiuT AihiTli-il:! hwcau. (PI Sprnci'
tnrtl tthi-ri' mlwnidi.j cuiilriiotii limy 1 ma'-u'
for It Hi Ni-w 'iork.
tlomnmnicaniiiif upon mih.;ortfnf 1'i'ii.Tiil Inu'vci-i
toihi' pill. lie arc rt nil liiu'n ncn.-pui'ilu. JUjvtU'U
niuUf'Tiplmill lot .In- r.'inriM':!.
l..-li.T Mini oommiiiiiHUloiif inmld hi mUla'SHcil
''hIio lUnle-Tui, I'.iiri). Iiliunii "
tirnrni, i-ai'im; ov .u.r.wsuvii cocnty.
miy Mo: :iin JUily in Southern Illinois
lsrfvst. Ciwulat.ioii i any Daily in
M.H. Ilai-ivll, liMi nr.
The New Yoik Time claims that the
President has power above Congress and
the Constitution, and that he can lay back
ami dictate legislation to the one and put
his foot cm the other. That is Republican
hctrinc, but it is not republicanism.
The Paducah News says every tanner
you meet is bragging about his crop of
wheat, and from alL our advices we judge
that it never looked so well at this season
of.tue year before. With favorable weather
the Purchase promises to turn out her
champion crop this year.
It was boldly charged in Gilmor's gnr
alcn bust .Monday that O'Lcary's backers
had agreed to a sell-out in the pedestrian
match. Tlio terms of the alleged sell-out
;.""ircro succinctly and in di tail stated, and it
was publicly predicted that on Wednesday
O'Leary would retire from the contest.
O'Leary's immediate friends denied these
charges; but, sure enough, at oo'clck Wed
nesday afternoon O'Leary did retire from
the contest and did thereby lose his friends
ii great deal of money. It mutters not how
honest, O'Leary may have been iu the, mat
ter, the public will henceforth be very sus
picious of him.
Whii.k Congress has recognized every
claim that Captain Eads has made upon it, ,
its process of recognition has been so slug
gish that the Cwptain has suffered swrely
in purse, as a consequence. The 50,0111)
recently paid him should have been paid
long ago. He received on account $!,
C'8(5,OG6 up to January 1, and previous to
the last payment the had additionally earned
1.773,000. The jetties arc nearly comple
ted, and have fully answered every expecta
tion, and the expenditure of !j;)00,ODO more
will give a permanent channel of twentr
The Democrats and Grccnbackcrs of
Michigan' have consolidated their forces.
andwill.it is claimed, elect their State
ticket, at the next election. There is, out
side of spoils, no valid reason why all op
ponents of the Republican party, might not
naite iu the election of State otliei rs. To do
this would require no sacrifice of principle
on the part of either; but in the election
of Congressmen or Presidential electors we
eh no chance for a fusion unless the (ireen-
backers withdraw their "ultimatum," and
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netray tnc possession oi a tittle common
sense and sense of fair dealing. Re'ro-d-
jus; this impossible, we have, us a con
.quenec, held that a fusion is impossible.
It HAvrNO got abroad that several easi s
of yellow fever had developed theln vhvs
in Memphis, lately, )r. Charley 15. Thorn
ton, president of the IJoard of Health, pub
lishes acard, solemnly declaring that the. k t
case of yellow lever iu Memphis was that
which was reported on the 10th of. l,)ccpm
ber several days before the iwid weith.r
set in; that there has bucn no sickness i.i
the city since that time tlu.t resembled
yellow fever, mid that the health of the
people g'-tierully, is unusually good.' A
rigid sanit;iry system is now iu oper
ation, and will lie. enforced during tin
entire season. Ail reports Hot in harmony
with the fuels above (dated, are pron'iu'.u-ed
utterly and mischievously 1'nisu mid uiii
Ir MAY may make the Czar feel badly
but we can't withhold the remark that the
fruit hen apuJ from h's victory over Jnr
koy.arj siic'i hh any really great power
would be ashainc 1 of. After ail the sacri
13c3 of life aud treas ire, after the almost
unaccountable drubbing bo received dur
ing the early stages of thu wiir, and nfier
the immense pomp and bhowoftlie wlmlu
ciinipnign, lie lias nothing imicli to thow
but Turkey's promise to jmy him if ldl,
000,OUO. Turky will never be able to pay
this debt, and there's England, the otliei
ois little f-pit-fire, won't le t the Czar indnn
slice of Turkey, won't pay it herself, nor let
the bear give the crescent another Mpiee
big. The Czar is, of course, in a high old
tantrum: but what good does it do him?
Tin; haven is winking. The '-colored
troops" are waking up a coneioiisness that
after thirteen years' of devotion to the Re
publican party, they are entitled to. (some
thing more suh.dantial than the mere priv
ilege of voting their white conk-derates
intoofii'-es of honor and profit. The move
ment for recognition, made in Cairo, last
Momi.y night, is but a ripple that foretells
the coiuiilS of the overtopping breakers.
In St. Louis the rumbling ot the thunder,
that is to break out in startling claps is
already heard. The Tribune, of that city,
the recognized mouth-piece of the colored
voters, has fulminated their ultimatum.
It is "a share of the spoils, or retribution."
"The colored voters have not asked," re
marks the Tribune, "that they be placed
in control of any of the
really important ofliees of the city: but
they have asked, and have been promised,
time and again, subordinate positions which
they were competent to till positions on
the police force, in the fire department, on
the school board, in the post ofiiee and in
the custom house yet all their claims have
been ignored and their applications treated
with silent contempt, and studied and in
sulting neglect. Had ' colored voters no
cause for complaint, but that which they
might find in the violation of the pledges
made to them last spring, it would not,
now, be a dillicult matter to conciliate
them. Rut they have the broken promises
and bad faith of thirteen years
to consider, and they have now, firmly re
solved that promises are not the kind
of currency they intend to exact in the fu
ture in payment of their claims upon their
party. They must have a quick, full and
im equable recognition in the distribution
of the official loaves and fishes, or they will
cease to act with the party that denies them.'
This is the kind of talk in which the Trib
une indulges, and it is but a reflection of
the sentiments of leading colored men
everywhere. That a tremendous racket
is brewing, is undeniable; but that the col
ored pcoplc.iu any cousiderabieiutnibers will
manfully battle for their rights to the end,
remains to be seen. Republican leaders
the big white chiefs of the party regard the
uprising with entire complacency merely
survey the condition of Mi "ir political whip
lashes, smile d-risively, and say nothing'.
lliey s'vm to think it all rigut. ami never
for a moment distrust their ability to whip
the blacks into line, wh"ii"Cer partv har
mony becomes a necessity. Com: .-ruing
this, we shall see aSo.
THE CURLS' INDUSTRIAL SCllOuL.
Tie- bill to incorporate the "tiiris Indus
trial School," pending before the Ii.inois
Legislature, is exciting considerable ad verso
critici.-m. It is ol j'-et.-d, iu the first place,
that the school is intended both for ufirls
....... i '
cuuvici.-ii oi crime ami ;,i : inn even ae.
cuM-d of crinw. While everybody is dis
Iised to uraiit that the aims of the- origi
nators of the biii a iv charitable and philan
thropic, our very instincts revolt at the
mere idea of p-rd:ng debauched and wick
ed, and innocent and pare giris together in
the same institution, as sei nis to !) con
templated, if the provisions of the bill are
correctly reported. The disgrace and ill
repute of the one ela-wid inevitably at
tach to tin- oth-r: and the "p,0Mtion of the
classes will liotsnicld the innocent lioin the
opprobrium that attach"' to tie- -guilty, so
long as both an- inin ales of the ,mi: insti
tution. It is objeet'-il. in th" second place, that
the bid provid thai "wneii a uiri is de
sired for the schooi, a :-tilio:i shall In.- filed
in the County Court, :ali:iLr that the natural
guardian of the chi d is .incompetent,
and the life of the ciiiid lend toward
crime. If the allegation-, of tin; petition
I are sustained, a president or a vice presi
dent ol i!i) school shail be appointed guar
dian of the' girl and take her iu charge."
This is a most extra inlinary provis on. It
opens the way tu outrages of which the
fraiheis of the bill probably never dreami-d.
The. widowed invalid mother, who may be
incompetent, because of poverty, to sup
port her daughter, may bu robbed of tli -x;rson
and the cam atld help of that daugh
ter, in spite of her protestations and these
of the child itself, if, forsooth, it can be
shown that the child has u natural tendency
,to crime! It may be. tak"a tor granted
that the home of the sick widow would
never be invaded in delluin-o ot her protes
tations, but the power to make such inva
sions should be eonferrc I upon no human
being, philanthr iphist or what not,
i And the power the hill confides in .the
hands of the County Judge
, THE, DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
is most ''' extraordinary, V, uot to
say dangerous, If 1 the , father be incom
petent, even because- of poverty or physical
deformity, to support his daughters, these
daughters, though innocent of crime, may
be taken from their homes, by order of the
Judge, and hummed in a reformatory
school until thy reach. the estate of wo
manhood. It may occur that the "girls de
sired for the schools," are, through their in
dustry, the main-stay and support of a
crippled father or invalid mother, yet, if
anybody will go before the County Court
and swear that the girls have ''a natural ten
dency toward crime," the Judge has no dis
cretion in the matter; but' must "appoint k
president or vice president' of the school
guardian," and hand the children over to
his or her charge! Rut. this feature of the
bill, being in direct violation of that sec
tion of the constitution that declares that
nobody shall be deprived of his or her
liberty, unless upon conviction of crime,
will be stricken out, or could not be en
forced if given tin- form ot law.
Our information concerning the character
of the bill is obtained from the Chicago
Daily Telegraph; and while we think it un
likely that the extraordinary powirs the
bill seeks to giant, would be so employed
as to w rk hardship or injury to any parent
or child in Illinois, yet it is so manifest
that the bill proposes to np. n (he way for
great abus es, that we feel that we have only
performed a duty that we owe to the pub
lic, in calling attention to it.
Tin: jikatii hati: i' our country is get
ting learfiilly alarming, tie- average of life
being lessened every, war, without any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting generally
from the most inignig;-aii! origin. At this
season of the year especially, a cold i-i such
a common tiling that in tin- hurry of every
day life we are apt to overlook the danger
attending it mid ol'ten find too hite, that a
Fever ami Lung trouble has already set in.
Thousands loose their livis in this way
every winter, while had llushee's Chrinan
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a largo bill ot a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of the throat and lungs.
Boschcc's German Syrup has proven itself
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will te.llyou of its wonderful ctl'ect. Over
1)50,000 bottles sold, last year without a
single failure known.
Riix'r Rh Pi-.ckivmi. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption"' when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do tiny not know
that Coughs had to Consumption and
a i-niedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly ami 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 po-itive that we will re
fund tie- price paid if you receive no ben
elit. Is not this a fair proposition. Price
Klcts. .10 cN. end si. 00 per bottl". For
lanieCh' M, Lack or side, use Shiloh"
I'or ;:- I'lester. IV'ce i5 its. For sale by
are lay '.rih is.
Vt'llY Will oli sillier With 111" Ihspep
:. liver complaint. Constipation, and :'
ei al debility when y.-i can get at our Mo:v
:-iiiloh's Sytem Vii..lii r which we , il on
a positive guarantee to cure yon. Price
1 "ets. and To i ts. 1'or sale by Ha'.'clay
"II.U'iiMi.'i'.u i;" a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by bandar Rt'otleir-i.
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tin- ci ill ii ry mint i. M,'Mi!i!er county: ;it Itie
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llihil Muii. lay in M'.y i,. m. hi'v. im Ii lime iM
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XEW YORK S'l'ORK,
WllOl.liSVl.K AM) IM'.TAlh.
Th:1 Largest Variety Slock
t.V TIM d C1TV
(iOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
1,'iir. 'li.eli-i'i.ili Ktrect mid i
FRIDAY, MORNING. .MARCH U, 1S70.
CAN l.?E IHTKXIM) IX ANV 1M;TIU)L!-:ILA LAMP!
Is tho very Highest CJradu of Illuminating Oil from which, in the process of nianufact
ure, every impurity has been eliminated. Kf.AINK is free from Renzine
and Parafline. In color, KLAI.NR is spring water white, and its "lire trst"'
is so high as to make it as absolutely safe as any illuininant known. Hav
ing no disagreable odor, ilLAlNF. i-i a pleasant nil lor family use. It
does not incrtist the wick, and thus is avoided its frequent lx-triuiming.
xVsk For It. Use Xo
Inferior ami (taper Oils arc falsely offered and sold as
ELAINE. He sure you are not Imposed upon. The dealer
who would deceive you in this, w ill deceive yon in other
ELAINE NEVER VAKIES IN QUALITY.
Has Ueceived the following Awards and Endorsements.
FROM THE ORIGINAL JURORS OF THE
CENTENNIAL INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, bid
ONLY FIJJST PREMIUM,
A GOLD MEDAL
From J-'kt.slnir Kxposition Society, 187T).
Adoplc 1 for the Inland
Liiiiix llot s;; Dlpaktmknt
Th" Hoard of
I'NITKD STATES STliAMIK AT INSl'EtTORS
of the U. S. Trea.-.itry Department gives Elaine, its unqualified rccciuiHeiniation.
HOARDS OF FIRE
throughout the United States endorse its use
1A I IC L A V III l()rri:L K 1 1 S,
A la j n i fact urc i.s' A j:v i 1 1 s,
CAIItO, : : : : ILLINOIS.
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NO. 413 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
Other In Your Lamps!
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St. Louis, iMo.
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Carpj-xtkr and Coxtractr, r
SHOP ON TKVTIf S'l'ItEET,
(lietwei u W'aililiiliin unit Wttlnut.)
Estimates on hulldingM, on losses hylir
or otherwise intule on uliort notic
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HOOTS AND SHOES,
Leather and .lindin-s
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I'nl' livn wi'i'.H. in r H(!i.ii'c
I'.irlhr"' v,i i'k '. per mmiiiiii... .
trim Il iKhlillniiiil hiplme iet)
U'nr nut.' tii.iiiwi. li r "in'.. u'c. . .
KI"IO hii'". "f iinnpnretl (wdid)
.of -1 1 1 o l. a rriiiu'.
llnplilU'il i.ilvcrtl-c!i"'iitii will ho
i'liiil"l'(l ai'i iiteilet In Hit; HpiH'e. ul,
ilinve ii.k's -ll.er" Pi Ina ti'lv lihcH
nf cut id tvpc in Hie hit', i.
'I'n re.-niiiir mlvertlser" w- offer mi.
pi't'lm- iiiilupi ire.-ias. Viiii'lt im m riu.'it
nf rhiu'eyn nml nniaiit'f el' ilNplu.vlnij
ihi-lr faviiiv. ' . '
NnlleeH III l"Ctll, diltinillH Incerli'it
fur Iweiily reel" per line liil Inner
tliiit: ten reiil- p. r line fur inch sail).
MpiM-tiil uolii.'.i. hiHcrlufl fur ten
nails jier Ihie for lll'fl llll-el'llnu; Hvu
cent', for uiu li HiiliM.'iiii'iit Iiik'tIIuii.
Nnili'iin nf (lei)lliK unit iniirrlML'eB
IlienlV i'nnl per Mm-.
All li'iU'riiinl itiid rmnmuiilciitlonit
illUUlll llU IldltlTltHl'll tu
Tho Cairo Bullotin
CAKPKNTEIt AND OOXritACTOR.
K, A. nittNETT.Gi'not'l Manager