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THE DAILY CAIRO 1WI,
ETINi' SUNDAY MOPvNlNG, MAKCII 16, 1679.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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I'orluiji; In nil can: prepaid.
"AM v' c 1 mi
Mrt Inm nion tn-r rummi S 1 '".'
, Kor oii week, per nittare
For two week, pur Hiuans
ftr three week,
for uuu won:li
Rar.li additi nl mjieire
Obluarle anil 'i Hiiluilon" pin-
Jhalliii ami uiurri.i!'s fr'"'
MrKtlHKTllnu. per Kqnaro....
cii by fOi U'ticn
..$ I 01
f.Ilflll Hilt"'" "IHHI IHI1':M il . wii-
DlMilnvwi advnrliw'Muiiu will 'i' dianrud '"''""I
tor til Ul"e rpare iktu;:I.mI. nt illi.'ivr rule'-tlierc lie
hr ttrnlvc liuo- of wilid type tn the inch.
fowilar advert! f't-r rupi-rlor Induce-mi-m.
both n io ntu- of cbnri;i- and ninuui r or
ila.vlng their four.
liicul imilci' tu.-iilT rentr per line fur flmt liiser
Joa; .wuwuu per line for cadi auliawtueiit Inner
lAan. Tola papor mT bt' found on Me t (ieo. I. Howell
. Co.'a NcwHpuiwr AilviTtli-liitf Buicail. UO pnio!
towttl whiTifniivHrtli'lii't contract limy bu nnulo
fcrliln New York. . . . ,
Cmuvinlration upon sntyects of irener ill Interest
rthupubltini-'lll rtm':' mceplublu. ltcjccU-a
nn(irrl'. will ii.il be i.Murni'd.
IUT miri fouiinimii'iiliouu chouul ue Hddn-oscd
:lro Bulletin, l iilro, lllinoit "
OTKJX'IAL rAPKIt OK Al.KXANlJKK COL XTV.
fHilyMornlii? D.tilyin Southern Illinois
Jriiryfst Circulation any Daily in
M.B. Itarroll, Kaitor.
Xt Yot; own a Imx of tobacco don't you
aaw it in two, and sell half of it. If you
happen to divide the 'stamp, both halves
x be seized. If you leave the stamp en
tiro tu one half, the other half will be gob
bled... This, order comes trom Commis
sioner Kaum, who writes a "fool order'
about ns often as he takes n fresh cigar.
It has been determined among the Cath
olic dignitaries of New York und elsewhere
tust a general effort shall be made to raise
hj'-tneans of voluntary contributions,
enough money to relievo Archbishop Pur
:!!, of his financial embarrassments. As
we said yesterday, uobody suspects the ven
erable Cincinnati prelate of dishonorable
practices ; but his sympathisers would re-
upond much uioro cheerfully if it were
made, known how, or by what most tinfor
tanate investments, he sunk at least sixteen
Mveutc'tmtlis of the $J,700,OUO that was
confided to his keeping. The information
might keep other custodians of other poor
.people's money from wrecking great for
tunes on similar breakers.
circles is one to the effect that the Congress
that is to meet on the 18th instant,
will appoint no committees exeept the com-
mi it tec on appropriation; that it will digest
und pass the appropriation bill, transmit it
to U12 president aud then adjourn. If the
prS'hni vetoes it, the responsibility will
rest upon his shouldeis. Good men every
where will applaud u short session, for if
there 19 one thing more than another the
country is sot hankering after, it is a scr
sion ot Congress protracted through the
Summer. It would prove a sore affliction;
and CTcn in anticipation of it, the country
agonizingly cries "Good Lord deliver us!"
It would prove a disaster totlm Democratic
party, too, as well as to the country. Dem
ocrats made ravenous by the right of spoils
which they have not been allowed to
touch for sixteen long years, will bo hard
to restrain. The Southern Uragadiers. in
a mistaken estimate of the temper of the
people, will, it the session is prolonged, let
out some of their "damning heresies," und
give the Northern Republicans more bludg
eons with which to bit Democratic heads,
than can be taken away from them in a
twelve-month. The opportunities for mis
chiefthe chances for political datnphools
and Southern hot-heads to air themselves,
will be so numerous and inviting, that
scusible Democrats everywhere look ahead
, with fear aud trembling praying earnest
ly, almost agonizingly, that the "circus" be
brought to a close before the wild animals,
lately introduced into the menagerie, break
from their cages und scatter consternation
everywhere among Urn Democratic lookeis
Two or three newspaper in Judge Wall's
circuit, Hpruli very approvingly of tli:.
gentleman in connection with a candid ie;,
for the Supreni" In m h. This is very natural..-
No young man in the Stat.) of I lib
now is more deserving of mm Ii distinction.
IC lawyer ol widely reeogni.cd abilitv,
J ami him, at. the end of a short service on lii"
Circuit and Appeiim,. M.,.I( H
enviable repntalion aa le.uned and neleur
headed jurist. Hut we huve nowhere
learned that these notices of Judg Wall
are t) be uccel'ted at the fore-punier of the
announcement of his candid iey, o;i the
contrary, we happen to know that U . dis
tinguished gentleman who Iihh been a r r
ognized candidate cversimMi lust fall, w.iuld
mot liuvo entered the field hud he rcceivud
tlio hliglitest intimtttion that he would be
likely to liavo a competitor in the j)ersnii of
Judge Wull. WocHiigo further mid ny
that if one man, more than another, is en
tilled to the honor of bringing Judge Mul
key before the people, that man h Judge
Wall. Ho and Judge Mulkey have boon
life-long friends each maintaining the
highest reject fur the other and it i en
tirely natural, theidore, that
oue should cheerfully defer to the reusa
ble wishes and uinia of the other, in an
iVsne like that which is soon to be present
ed to the voters of this (Jrnnd division.
Wc take it, therefore, that hije the news
paper compliments that are being bestow
upon Judge Wall, are quitu gratifying to
that gentleman, we do not and cannot be
lieve that they are the part of a plan that
has his sanction, to bring him cut as the
competitor of the friend who was so large
ly influenced, i:i the promises, by his friend
ly offices and promises of support.
-HEFOllM IS NKCESSAUY."
The Peoria National Democrat declares
that the public schools of the country have
been debased from their exalted place in
the affections of the puoplt, .as one of the
grand and noble institutions of our free
government, down to the level of what may
I c adequately described by the appellation
of "the public scho 1 ring." The system is
shaped and controlled, the Democrat
says, by tho avaricious, conscious
less school book publishers, who
by bribing officers and teachers, make
grand fortunes every year by "ringing
fr sh changes in text books," und the
thousand aud one so called school room
furnishings, which, although called the
"educator's helps," serve to confuse the
child, complicate our educational processes,
and rob the taxpayer. The same paper
also deprecates the diversion of the system
from its original aim, which was, most
clearly and unquestionably to give the
children of the land such un education as
ought to bo a common boon, and not such
an education as can be acquired only by
The government owes all its minors,
above the Hge of six years, a "common
school education" is fn duty bound to
learn them to read, write and cypher, to
familiari.e them with their ''mother-tongue"
and with the lawsof health. This thegovem
meut owes t all children, for the gift
merely includes the knowledge that ;'s
essential to useful citizenship; but to no
child does it owe a knowledge of the scien
ces, of foreign languages or of the profes
sions. No child has a right tj acquire, at
public expense, an edecation that ought
not t ) bj the common heritage of all other
children. And as, under our present selux 1
of the land pass the routine t!n.t sends tin in
into the world as "graduates of the high
school," the inaintain ince of that very ex
pensive department of our schools indicts a
wrong Upon the nriny, for t!i t beivlit of
Hi Prusaa, attendance upon the public
school, or some other school, is made com
pulsory. The children of tin: rich and
poor alike must attend. school eight yeais.
Commencing at the age of six they con
tinue in school until they arrive at thong---of
fourteen, when they are excluded. Dur
ing tho intervening eight years they acquire
a thorough knowledge of everything that
is essential to intelligent citizenship learn
to read and write, how to master the prob
li ms of elementary mathematics, acquire a
thorough knowledge of the (lernian lan
guage, of the laws of heath and of German
history. This knowledge fits them for all
tin-ordinary duties of life. If, afterwards,
a parent desires that his child shall become
ap'ydcian, lawyer, teacher, author, priest
or preacher, he place.-, the child in private
or corporate colleges or academics, and
gives him the additional cduculion at his
own expense. A lik rule should prevail
in An crkaaiid we are much hicituvl t;
tihnk, as the. Democrat think-, that the
clamor for cducati -nal reform will nevtr
cease until it iloes prevail- thai, or u fys
tem equally simple and economical.
4o (ixk can iievi-iop ine grace ol tm-i-U
n -ss by listening to it erying baby. Sto,i
itsfrett ilnc-n by curing lie- t'n'.e with Dr.
Hull's ll.iby Syrup.
Don't Un Di-.ci:i mi. iluuy p- ihm .a,
"1 liiveii'i -r,,t t,. t )ti.-M in t : hi'' when
asked to e-iie their Cough with Shilnh's
Ooi:::illip:i-il Cur", Do lliey no know
that Vilhs haul to ColiMimption und
a reiu'-oy will cure Coiwiunp.
ti 'II will c-ilainlv and nuelv euie a
cough or any lung or thro,,i trouble. Wc j
know it will cure when all oilu-is . 1 1 1 nml
- Mi faith ill it is so pivtUe that we will re
fund the price paiil if you receive no hen
!;. Is not Ihi.i a lair pi iio.;tion. 1'iiee
Ult ts, li) eU 1 1 1 1 1 i'l.lii) per bottle, l'or
hull" Chest, I'.aek or side, i-se Shiloh'M
Ti'lOllM Piaster. 'lice '.',1 I ts, Kof Nllle ,y
11 .relay lirolhei".
V.'llYwill you suffer With the Dy, pepsin
and livi r complaint. Coiistiputlon, mid ..en
end d-bil.iy when you an tret at iiurMorcM
ShilohV Syteni Vitali.er which we sell on
m liositive uiiariuilei' to Hire von. pried
lOc s. uiidlj cts. Por Nde bv Uan-lay
Jliothers. . '
"IIackmi-tack" a popular and fragvunt
pci fuuic. Hold by llarclay Urothcra.
For thu Cairu llullelin.
Tlio tender yoaiis I'-avr nr
From fliinb mid In-e-top
"And cprliiK Ilk" wild duer
lli-npond titilo our cnll
Yi'l toi.'Olliea--i-vcr i r.-i!)
A lmdo tlirontb b 11,1
Tlio wind ha. ilw of nef
tn tho nin-b' of Us lh;
- The wild blrd'n nnto ofluii
In itorrott midiiin to die
An lboie;h down vale of hi1ii-"
II Ka.-..al wllh roplioilci )'C j
Alan, in y henrt Is brcriklm;
Kor tho lit,''-' I ciinimt ki-c!
Di-llntlc bads ar-i wnkln',
Hut wuklus not f-r ine.
The sonRH uro all fofiiUIn);
l.ovo's hur)tf Micludj.
Tliero nrc loader Idles Hint hover
In ib air eyes llml eeU my own;
lu tho dark eyes of wy lover,
When no IrL'blerllM lias i-hown;
Yi'l Hliuilotvtt their Iovi'-'IrIU cover,
And I am left alone.
Sprlnu's liloi"iiifd nrnif are twining
Aruuml tin- 'orci-l boiih;
The Jeweled erow n In sbliilne
, (In evi-iili-u-'n du-ky brow. .
And my weary heart's repiiilu
. 'South IU yiiimlour now
Votwith hiiiuU logothcr prt'i-slut;,
I onl) know 'lis lair,
As one fools tho w ind's cni-caslng
OoDleallni; tbrouyU the hair,
Llku wMidorinu Huel't blot jIiik
Or the murmur of a ymiyor.
Oh. o.ould I float forever
With A humming bird's wifl iiit.
Whore chalictd lilies riulver,
' And Mlverl'uiiutulns spring
U here naught In life ran uver
Joy's magical bright rliiR.
But coming through the -,'iu-duu
Falls u footlo) tbut I know,
And a p ntle voice beers pardon
That it should Hurtle hi
A voice ihiit ailil" the ;;unlen
An the cUiiliino;iUb thr ruow.
Then o'er the lake's blue i.plemlor
lu our Utile bark we ejide',
The low breathed vows wo louder.
That flout above the lido,
And prlf to Joy doth mirrendor.
While by my lover's side.
Tm: dkatii iiATi-: ok our country is get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every year, without any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting generally
from the most insignigcant origin. At ibis
season of the year especially, a cold is such
a common tiling that in the hurry of every
day life we are apt to overlook 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 Jioshee'.s (Jerman
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large bill of a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of the throat and lungs.
Hosehee's Herman Syrup has proven itsch
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. I-Ivcry druggist in the country
will tcllyoii of its wonderful ell'ect. Over
t)5i,(l00 boitl'js sold last year without a
single tai! lire known.
Tilt'. Theatre Coinique has jtiat passed
through another very successful week and
will commence in-.' coining . nm. i.,.,
new Stars, in the persons of Miss Katherine
Joslyn, the charming motto vocalist and
sketch artiste and Mr. Kenneth Cyril, the
swell vocalist and great facial artist. The j
foi:r gr at dancers of the Coinique.
tie CathC.---Lew and Lulu. Hilly IJ.,c- j
mm an i ( ius J.auiond will jierf-r..-i their !
wonderful (iuadrupel Clog Diti .-e. Don't :
miss this as it will be the la t eiog dancing i
ever done in this city. The rest of ;he eon.-1
pany are arrang.-d so thai it will be a prr- ;
fonuanci! of rare ixecllcuce. 1
A. .M. iix is now in New York buying
his tuwtdck of clothing ami gents finnisli-
imr ,'oods. Marv-l,v vtriei ..t.ention to
'I rt j j
business mid fair dealing with bin custo- i liiivghout the I'niti d Slates endorse its use mid rate it as safe as ga mers,
placed hiiiivlf in the front rank--
ahead of alt competitors in the Ih'.miicss; ; . rz-zz.;:.:vzzzz
his goods are always of the lntv-st styles
and be.it quality, and prices tie- lowest, it
will pay you lo wait for him.
fi' lir.WA m.--The above re-,;ird will be
paid to any per.-on who will give infurma
tion as to who stole a lot of hides ami call'
skins from Kynaston's it Smith's hlaughler- '
house, on ihc niglii of the 'JTlh of l Vbre
arv, IH7!l. Kvnvsiiin . Smith. I
March Ith, IMTIi. j
Ei-TIIAV N'oltrt-:. -Vuppo ed lo h-'.M- been
stolen, 11 ri d and white row. Eur marks: t
slope oil' of the right ear end crop and slit
in hfi car. Taken M irch tit ii. from a eol-
oied man gi iug n inie of Johnson. ,nel j
from near Villa Kidge. The ow in-r can ;
have the pinpi.t hy proving owneNdp '
and pa;, iug charges. J
Nol Ii 1,. - rn v i,i, ..M jt M i "rl.A : -
The C.iii") Hu'l. tin will pa;, no !ii . n-
tl'icled liy any oi itJ i n.ploV' or in,,- ,,i:e j
eonnecled u-iili !n- It , ! it -1 i ; i . null -, i ), j
same is in, ..le on a writt ai older r. ; , , . , ,v ;
mvsi-d', and tin: order ioi'"t be attaclieil to !
til'' bill Wlc'l I'l-eM-nl-'d. Ulld MO e,,i,, ,,.(,, I
for ailvritWi.g ii-- job Work ar. valid ii i'.-.-s
the -allle ai.' ee lot -i d I'V liP self. '
' E, A. lb i: ,i ,-, !
A CCOD ISM'.S'l.MK.NT.
Having (!'-t i.l d to do-it! ep !:,; - ;'..,,
bu.diK :-s and "p--i a r - .'a'uai.' a--d I n-,-,.
ing hciM- I otlef for .-.ale at low lij.i,, , 1V
ieilon:i tl.-.ttir-co-i.'.i.i'iij..' of Tab!-'., ( ' , r -1 1 r.n
ele,, uls't an Ice Eo of my own ti:'i;!a,q.
lire, that v. ill save a yreuti r j.i r i i-tit ,,'
ice than any other ever iituniil'iciiuv,! j
the Tinted States, bi'i.ldes it is fltriliheil in
such flyle no ill adorn any ilinitin .(im
Caiiio, Ills, March il, S7!.
Cannot l)e Exilodcd
CAN UK IUJRNKI) IN ANY IMCTHOLKUM LAMP!
Fs the very Highest Crude of Illuminating Oil from which, in the process of manufact
ure, every impurity has been eliminated. KLAINE is free from lionzinc
and Paialline. In color, KI.ATMi is spring water white, and its "fire test"
is o high a.s to make it as absolutely safe as any illuminant known. Hav
ing no disagreable odor, KL.MNK is a pleasant oil for family use. It
does not incrust the wick, ami thus is avoided its frequent retrimmiug.
Ask For It. Fso No
Inferior ami Cheaper Oils are falsely oH'eretl and sold as
ELAINE. He sure you are not Imposed upon. The dealer
wlto would deceive you in tin's, ill deceive you in other
ELAINE NEVER VARIES IN QUALITY.
Has Received the following Awards and Endorsements.
FROM TIIK OUICINAL Jl'ROKS OF TIIK
CENTENNIAL INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1870.
ONLY FIRST PREMIUM,
'iUsbnr TOxposition Soci-tv, 1 875.
Adopted for the lahmd
The Hoar 1 of
UNITED STATUS STEAMBOAT INM'ECTOHS
I'. S. Tri.r.sury I. j artnu-nt give- Elaine its unqualified reeomuv t:.
HOARDS OF FIRE
I A I IOI j A Y 13 ROT I I K 1 7 S,
XI i iiiii lac 1 1 1 i.'c ? 1 -s' j.ixc iits.
OTTR NEW NO. 8.
.'i 'III TI'I.K ToTIIKKAH
( m l,v,
ami lianMLv, 9
) ll(sl Sewiii" Jlacl.ine in the World!
A nts 'WiuiUmI lOveivhere.
YVIIKKLKU ct -AV1LSOX MAMIFACTUIilXd CO.,
NO. II.') NORTH
Other In Your Lamps!
DIPLOMA AND MEDAL.
Marine Service of the
Ul' TIIK I'.MTliD SjATls.
S(. Louis, Al'o. j
ri'C:-r::Po awaudkd a first
t ' i- i'
-.-Ji?"'.. M 'JV l'Klo.Mlt.-.M, I.LLI.ELL
I I ifi!y- IAIUS IbXl'O.siTioN, EEEEEEE
I i! II - f fc i I i' r,
- " -
CARPENTEU AND CONDUCTOR.
JOHN A. POOR,.
CAItPKNTEU AND CONTRACTOR,
II01'N TENTH STHEET,
(hiilwuen WuHlilnnton mid Walnnt.)
Estiiuntcs on buildings, on losses by Crf
or othcrwisd made on short notice.
A 1,1. work liitriit.-(l lo liim will rn rlve r'ompr
V mteuilmi, und will be cxwuleii In a rat ifuclurv
DVF.IMJ AMI HKXOVATIXO.
rOU OLD CLOTHES
can in: I'.tAi Tim.i.v
DYKD OH Ji 10 PA IKK I)
At a Tritlin;: Kpi use- (', (I. P.
CIIAS. SHELLEY, X0. UO IllOlITII ST.
If" Lailier and (icnlx' nlil Iiiiik iiiado now
HOOTS AM) SII0KK.
Munufucturer md Denier lu
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Leather and liiHlintrs
No. 00 Comiin-ri-.iul Ave, Ii.-t. J'lfilj ,,ml Si.r.ASt,
Kffm i-(iui:nitv oh liiind a liiru''- amrn nt of
(iriilf iiimI I.uilii i linou n i sum f n.' I: t,it
nml li. nml i.t tin vuv l.-,t i.l M I..-:,ib Hnfl
(Tnelioiiili llnnd ni-iri worl: ; rnlrt rl,r..r lima
ever lii-lure. anil nivain-r thun like tooni- cuii !. ah
tttiniirln 1 11 i civ.
Alun, alwavr ti hmi'l a lur-ri' .lock of I,ftl,prnpd
ITiidlngn of all dinciiptloii, nii.i v. rv u,i-
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