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THS DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 16T9.
HIE DAILY BULLETIN.
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UK twelve linen of solid tvpe to lhe Inch.
To ri'iriilar advertiser e offer .unerlnr Induce
ment, both a lo rntcn of charge, uml maimer of
dianlavlng llielr favor..
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OFFICIAL l'AI'F.U OF Al.KXANDKK COUNTY.
Oulylluniinq: Daily in Southern Illinois
Ijwgost Circulation ot any Daily in
M.H. Ilarrell, Ktlitor.
It is quite wittily said that Paul Boynton
is, just now, the "current" topic of conver
sation along t!ic banks of the la belle
Presidknt Hates was hurried iu effigy
in Sacrament ) and elsewhere on the Pacific
slope, upon the receipt ol the news there
that he had vetoed the anti-Chinese bill.
It is a big thing, that veto is, fur the Demo
Right. Mr. Chicago Telegraph : Give us
your hand. "Let the public school revenue
be applied to educating "all the children"
according to the terms of the constitution,
and not to the "higher education'' ot a fa
vored few. Private enterprise will meet
with ample accomodations the demand, if
any, for a "higher education" than is impart
ed in our common schools. It is a fact
known to all that thousands of children are
annually crowded out ot the free school, or
else ill-provided for and necessarily neg
lected, by reason of the admission therein
of those advanced pupils who study the
"higher branches" of education the teach
ing of which is far more pleasant and in
tellectually profitable to the instructors."
The newspapers of the South are adopt
ing a wise policy. Instead (f telling the
town authorities: "Oh, there's no danger;
we never had tho yellow fever two years in
succession; but its better to clean up."
They don't encourage non-action in any
such manner. On the contrary, they tell
their authorities that they must work its if
the only way to fence an epidemic out, was
to have perfect cleanliness within. They
tell them that every community will have
to lookout for itself; that the town where
tbe disease makes its appearance will not
be allowed to empty its citizens upon its
neighbors, but must suffer the full penalty
of its own neglect. And the result is that
ull the cities of the South are undergoing a
process of purification. Men who will lie
down and go to sleep in plain view of tin
demands of duty, will work their fingers
ends off when moved by fear.
(Ink of the stupidest stories alloat is to
the effect that the Confederate government
paid (ieorge I). Prentice .VilHl to write
an article urging Kentucky to secede; but
that his associates discovered the article in
time to exclude it from the paper, and
thereby "saved the Union." The impres
sion sought to be conveyed is that Prentice
held Kentucky in his hand, and that Ken
tucky held in its grip the late of the Union.
About that time Prentice was a wreck of
bis former self, and, held little el-io in his
band than that which had wrecked him:
the damning goblet; and Kentucky's con
tribution of men to the rebel army would
not have been materially increased had she
"gone over." bodilv, as a verv large portion
of her did, in effect, at least. In PCl the
Louisville Journal published many able and
telling editorials, and, although Prentice
was honored as the author of them, and is
Huid to have received u present of ten thou
sand dollum worth of printing paper in rec
ognitiou of his staunch unionism us reflect
ed in the editorials, we are very directly in
formed that lie did not write a single line
xiftheiu. Instead of being able to "sate
the Union," iu those dry, the great Pren
tice did not have tho strength of mind or
purpose to save himself.
It in quite unfortunate for tin cause in
which the temperance men am) women of
the State of Illinois aro now engaged, viz
the movement upon the Legislature to se
cure' a lw tjiut will give women over the
I ftg0 of 18 lhe right 10 TOtc on the quc8tion
wi licensing liquor ucuii'is h . uuhhiu-
nato that the. movement is saddled with the
suspicion of having been inaugurated at
the. expense of tho State. It would have
been but a little thing for the friends of
the movement to have paid for the station
ery and printing of the circulars and peti
tions used, and not have used tho presses
type and paper provided by tho people for
tho us.) of the Institution tor the Education
of the Deaf and Blind. This has been chaig
ed and the charge has placed a weapon
in the hands of the enemies
of the movement that will
be used with powerful effect. The envel
opes sent out, bear the stamp of the intitu
tion named, and it will scarcely be a satis
factory explanation to say that tiny were
paid for, for no institution supported by
the whole people has any right U lend it
self to the advancement of any movement
concerning the propriety, expediency and
necessity of which the people are divided.
We hope that the whole matter admits of a
satisfactory explanation, for it is being used
with telling effort, by the members ot the
(.eneral Assembly who oppose the move
ment. THE YELLOW FEYEK-WOE BETIDE
THE TOWN THAT MAY BE SMIT-TEN-THK
DUTY OF THE GOVERN
MENT AND THE PEOPLE.
We re-echo the warning given out a tew
days ago by the Memphis Appeal: "Woe
betide the town or city visited by the yel
low lever next summer! There will be no
escape for its people, for the trains will be
stopped by force and the flying refugees
will have no place for refuse, as the law of
Sidf preservation will force the people to
close their doors against a disease which
experience has convinced them can be im
ported into their own households." This
warning should find voice in every
community, especially in the south,
for it would serve to admonish the
people that,. if they trille with their sani
tary affairs,' they will not be permitted,
when the dire affliction they invite by their
neglect shall come, to crowd them
selvs in upon their more fortunate
neighbors but will be fenced
out as horrors akin to pestilence itself. In
view ot this certainty, a majority of the
cities and villages of the South are clean
ing up are profiting by the experience of
last year, ami putting themselves in the
best possible sanitary condition. If this
good work is carried out, and the govern
ment establishes a rigid national quarantine,
we will escape the havoc of another epi
Ami wiiat is the duty of the government?
The following article shows that non-intercourse
with Brazil, during the prevalence
of yellow fever there, is the first essential
step toward the protection of our people.
We quote from the Memphis Appeal, as
"Dr. Jacob West, a prominent physician
of Texas, has recently published a letter
in which he demonstrates that yellow fever
germs cai be transmitted through grains of
imported coffee. When it is remembered
that the greatei portion of the coffee con
sumed in the United States is transported
from Brazil, when; the fever annually pre
vails, this statement hy Dr. West will show
the importance of a rigid quarantine. Dr.
West publishes his letter in the lie!!)"
(Texas) Register, and he is represented m
a physician ol high standing and unques
tioned veracity." Jb' says;
In 111 the' town of Liberty had declar
ed and was ei, forcing quarantine against
ilalvesion. where yellow fever was prevail
ing, and it being a small town, and every
body on the alert, a stranger could not have
come nor guods have 1 en imported with
out it being Known. Tin: sIcuiiiIh utt l!uth
ven came fioni linUestoii. and when within
a mile or two ot town, w,is onloiv.i to stop,
and the captain stale, 1 that if he was allow
ed to land on the bank of the :iver a sack
of coffee that he had mi luurd for Mr.
Kicker, he would lake his v,',im, rdiiwn the
liver. I'llis periuis-iuii was :;fa':t"i and
the sack of coffee was placed on the 1 uml-.
and the hoa' immedi'itely left, The cof
fee was hauled t Liberty and opened by
Mr. Kicker at bis store, and in a few (lavs
Ik? was taken sick with yellow V ninl
died; Mm wife ami servant wor" the next
cases, mid then it s;iren, nil nver the lowu.
In this instance the y-'llow fever ii1'i-i ion
was clearly tiaeeable i',.n H';-Ii the s ick "f
coffee, '"lie second in-l :iie" i ;is (".. 1 1 ..-. :
lii 1S70, in passing tlimuy.li thive.ton on
my way to Corpus Cini-ti, imh ;,
B. Pickett, who gave me a list of names of
families who had iiu,ii 1 roiu Libeiiv
county some years before, and had settled
on the Nueces river ,,' Corpus flnisti.
On reaclnn.; Corpus Christi 1 visited the
settlements mentioned, uml learned that
nearly nil the families were deml-and died
1111) by several parties living in the iininedi-
,ce n...gl,hoih,.(;l,,,,,d by a few members :
ot lite stricken tami les who had survived ,
the scourge, is ns follows: Dnrinir lhe nil.
oi'inic 01 1 nti 1, con ( gave out in th" neigh
borhood, and a man who had had the yellow
fever, wits selected to g., to Corpus Christi,
fifteen miles distant, to bnv II SII'L- III' r ill'.,,,
and drive to a certain mesquit nve in the I
Nueces valley, iienr u p!ei. known as'
M minui'lllit u,.,l !,.. 1 . l:..t 1 ,1 ... I
011-ie in u; me 1 no collet! '
this tree-iop mil limb. In twenlv four
hours after the ciffee had ben. thus divided
and suspended in tn,,(11 . K,.V( ,,,,,
parties interested went there and get their
respective portions ofcotiee, and In every
family into whose house this coff.'O
was introduced, in a lew Jays vellow f-ver
broke out and ragetl with fearful fatality.
I felt a deep interest in tlie matter, and was
very particular In my inquiries, aud the
testimony of all the parties interested
prayed beyond a doubt that it was a sack
f coffee that coiveyed the disease, tor not
a single family escaped who used the coffee,
and other fninilits did escape who had no
interest in the co'fee and received none, and
from the further fact that all the families
were attacked abuit the same time, and no
other communication with Corpus Christi
or other place of infection was had. It
will be observed that this sack of coffee was
transported in a wagon cxsed in the open
air for fifteen miles and then opened, divi
ded, then placed in small sacks, and agaiu
exposed in the open air for twenty-four
hours. The yellow-fever germ still lived,
Rnd as soon as the conditions were favora
ble acted with great virulence.
Upon which tho Appeal comments as fol
The facts sttited by Dr. AYest are corrob
orated by what occurred at Grenada, Holly
Springs. Grand Junction, Tuscumbia, Flor
ence, Decatur and Brownsville lust sum
mer. Yellow-fever was transported to these
places just as it was to the town of Liberty,
Texas, and from Corpus Christi to the tree
top in the Nueces valley. It was shown
before the yellow-fever commission which
convened in this city a few months ago,
that a box of quinine, protected
by saw-dust, was sent from this
city while the yellow-fever was raging
to a physician in Fayette county. When
the box arrived there were several persons
in the physician's office, who jocularly re
monstrated with the physician for opening
the box in their presence, as it might con
tain the germs of yellow-fever. The phys
ician regarded such fears as absurd. But
the facts show that every person in the
room at the time the box was opened soon
afterward died with the vellow-fever. These
facts demonstrate that yellow-fever can be
transported as easily and with as much cer
tainty as a bale of cotton or vaccine matter.
As the warm w eather is fust approaching,
the people of the smith will not be forget
ful of these facts, and erect an imp.able
gulf between themselves ami the infected
towns. Knowing that yellow-fever can be
transported by a sack of coffee, a box of
quinine, or a yard of cloth, and even the
clothes we wear, the country will permit no
contract or communication with the towns
ami cities so unfortunate us to be scourged
with another epidemic."
Why will yuu allow a cold to ad
vance in your system and thus encourage
more serious maladies, such as Pneumonia.
Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when an
immediate relief can so easily be attained.
Boschee's German Syrup has gained the
largest sale in the world for the cure of
Coughs, Colds and the severest Lung Dis
cuses. It is Dr. Boschee's famous German pre
scription, and is prepared with the irroutct
care, and no fear need be entertained in ad
ministering it to the youngest child, as per
directions. The sale ot this medicine is
unprecedented. Since frst introduced there
has been a constant increasing demand and
without a sinL'le report of a lailurc to do it
work in any case. Ask your druggist ststo
the truth of these remarks. Large size 'i
c nts. Try it and be convinced.
Yoc Mcsr Cl UK THAT Col l. II. - Willi
shilob's Consumption Cure you can i nn
votirseil. It has established the 'act that
( 'oiisiiDiption can be cured, while for Cough.
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
till diseases of Thmat nnd Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Twodo.-es will te-
lieve vour child ol ( roup, it is plensint to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
( hild, and no mother can cii'ord to be with
out it. You can u.-e two thiols of a bottl
and if what we say is not true we will re
fund th" ptiec paid. J'ncc 10 cts. .Vict
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UM'I .7-1.0 ,el lloltie, ii V'.ltr I.Utlgs are
sore .or t he-1 or back lane use Shiloh's Pov
tun i'la.-t-r. Sold by Barclay Brother,.
II A VK. Villi Dyspep-iu, are voll Cnlctllia
t"d, have Voll !l Yel!;HV skill, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if o don't fail to ll.-e Shi
loh's Sy ,tem Yilaiizer. It guaranteed t 1
relieye you, and will y:.n continue lo .Miff.-r
w hen yon can be ci
these, piiec 1(1 cent
d 011 such leiins as
and ',' cents. Sold bv
Wixi.'s Vr-iau I'erliiine ' ll.a kind, id. "
rich and fragrant trv it. Sold bv Han hiv
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CA.v in; I!i;kni:d i.v a.vy im:ti:oi.i-:i;m lamp;
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ure. every impurity has been eliminated. ELAINE is free from Benine
and Paratline. . In color, ELAINE is spring water white, and its "fire test"
is so high as to make it as absolutely safe as any iiluniinant known. Hav
ing no disagreablc odor, ELAINE is a pleasant oil tor family use. It
does not incru-t the w'uk. and thus is avoided its frequent rctrimming.
Ask For It. Tsti No
Inferior and Cheaper Oils arc falsely oHcrcd ami sold as
ELAINE, lie sure you are not Imposed upon. The dealer
"who would deceive, you in this, will deceive you in other
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Caki'k.vtkk and Contbacto
SIIOI' OX 'I'K.N'l it S'I'KKKT,
(bi'lueeii Waliintoti ami Walnut.)
Estii'.iutcs on buildings, on losses by Ii
or otherwise1 nuule on short notice
VM. work liitiUKled lo him will receive proi
atteuliou. and will be exea uted in a fal nfuut
DYF.INi; AM) KKXOVATIMi.
yOL'K OLD CLOTHES
can in: hr.At Tirci.Lv
DYED Olt JUOPAIUK
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tW Ladlea aud (ienlii' old limn made new
HOOTS AN I) SlIuLS.
Maiiiifinluri r and Dealer in
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It;atlur nnd I'Tudini:
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