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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH -JS, 1879.
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OFFICIAL PAI'KR OF ALEXANDER COUNTV.
onlylfoniiii? Daily in Southern Illinois
1 ,;trstNt Cmuilrttion ot any Daily in
M.M. IlarreU, Kditor.
Tiik immaculate purity of politics is in
dicated in tlie Buffalo Express by the mod
ern motto of office-holders, ''United we
moil, divided we can't."
Widow Oliver is exceedingly anxious
to mtike it appear that she is a badly dam
aged piece of furniture, yet she wants to
force old Simon Cameron, a senile old
codger verging on 90, to pay fiO,000 for
her. Old Simon demurs; says she isn't
worth the money, and he oulit to know.
lU'Mtx nature is so adjusted in some
tif-n, that while they fearlessly face the
most tremendous ills, a single trivial besi t-
went will completely upset thorn. Some
men an st uid face to face with complete
bankruptcy, and tee! a certain broad-shouldered
satisfaction, but to put out the gas
when retiring for the night and then stum
ble against a chair or hit his hire foot
against the corner f the bed, is tin experin
ence which not one man iu a thousand can
bear with christian fortitude. If there are
any bad words which hid themselves in a
corner of your soul when you were convert
ed they are sure to be ready for use at such a
xime ns that. There are only a few expres
ious in tnv .niif!n inn ruacre
justice to the occasion.
Many of us have realized that one's peace
of mind the happines of whole families
is wrecked almost every day by those
thoughtless, unpolished creatines who
speak their minds freely and honestly. In
the social circle their talk often works all
the havoc of a verbal bomb shell; and gives
one a higher appreciation of the golden
rule, that piitssuch people's talk into a shape
that would be acceptable if applied solely
to themselves. It can't be denied that what
we really long for from others is it bit of
delicate flattery, ho skillfully administered
that it seems like the unvarnished truth. It
helps a man wonderfully to be told jut the
shade of the shadow of an untru'h. ('un
did people who delight lo tell others whut
they wouldn't relish if others told them,
are a nuisance.
Thk Chicago Morning Herald is the name
of a large, sevrn column. Democratic daily
pap-r just started in Chicago. Its cdito
ials are well written, vigorous, yet dignifi
ed. It gives it full page of telegraphic
news, a large p irt of which Is special or
exclusive mid appears in no other paper.
As it is the only Democratic daily in Chi
e;igo a city that contain at least twenty
tivfi thousand Democratic voters, and as it
is l'urnishe l tit the wonderfully low price
ut .Q cents a month, it would be an actual
crime up m tUepsit of Chicago Oomocr.iU
shou'.d they fail to bestow upon it u puying
putronngo. It furnishes more reading mutter
than any business man lias time to read,
anil being furnished for the tiille of two
-ents a number, we shall not be Mirpri.snl
to hear that it Iihs displaced hundred and
Jhoiisauds of copies of the larger and inure
.unwieldy paoi that coct ."i cents a copy.
No hi no i, k neivspiiper article of the pre.
nt decade created a profiMinder m'nsatioii
than the Chicago Timeu' editorial oi.the
1avrV nf f imiwpfc' tu.. It . ..t i
thought and inquiry, nnd thin awakened
the public mind to uti enormity that hith
erto la "filed but little attention. It is
diet urged "that nil farmers' jV(.,, me
.flrndgt'i, Many l them perforin no more
work than Inessential to vigorous health.
IBut thousanilii nun tens ot thousands of
. .. ..
thru are worked Into their g.uv,.,. Thene
..he women ho huild the fires, cook
UicnlN tlifc til"'1'' '. fwril fo f
men, feed nnd milk the cows, do the wash
ing and ironing for u dozen persons, make
the butter und cheese, do the market
ing, put up the Inuts, cultivate the kitchen
garden the womtn who commence their
round of toil by star light in the morning,
an hour er more before the stronger men
arc eut of bed, und end it near midnight,
hours after the same strong men go to bed
and to sleep. The farmer,
working hard himself and
hearing but few complaints from his toil
ing wife doing his work and seeing that
hers is done, he asks no questions; and no
doubt feels that while his wife can get
through with her work, it would bo a
needless expenditure of means to hire a
servant to help her. When at the age of
forty, from hard work and child-bearing,
she takes on the appearance of a woman of
sixty, he concludes that she "didn't have a
strong constitution," and that she would
have tared no better had shebeen the wife
of a carpenter or shoemaker.' We repeat,
that the slavery to which we allude, is not
the lot of all farmers' wives. Many farm
ers are as considerate for the health ot
their wives as they are for theirowu health;
but the tact is undeniable, nevertheless,
that, as a class, the wives of farmers are
over-worked. The insane asylums tell this
story; the worn and exhausted appearance
e manv of the women, themselves, t"4 lf
and the average of their lives tells it in a
shape that cannot be r.iisintcrpreted
JUDGE WALL NOT A CANDIDATE.
The Joncsboro Gazette, of Saturday
We arc a frlourt and admirer of lion. (ieo. W, Wall,
and regret exceedingly that he permitH thoicwho
have always boon hi political opponent to utc his
name iu connection with the office of Judne of the
Supremo Court to further their aclieinea. We trust
that he will act this qurstlon at rest Immediately by
stutiui; bin position in the canvas.
Having received assurance that Judge
Wall, as much as, or perhaps more than, any
other man iu the Grand Division, had been
instrumental in bringing Judge Mulkey
before the people, we shared in the Gazette's
regrets; but we are glad to be able to say
as we now can. that Judge Wall has '-set
the question at rest." bv'authoiizingthe an-
noucement, that he will not be a candidate
for the Supreme bench. The liclleville.
Democrat, of March 2(Jth, no doubt speaks
by authority. It says:
"The name of Judge Geo. Y. Wall, of
I'erry county, having been mentioned in
several quarters, in connection with the can
didacy for Judge of the Supreme Court,
that gentleman desires it to be understood
that he is not an applicant for a seat on the
Supreme bench, but is a candidate for re-
election to the position he now holds, as one
of the judges of the Third Judicial Circuit.
This announcement will be hailed with sat
isfaction by the people of the circuit, who,
ultlioilgll they woulit WilJingV ,,V ,.i
for Judge Wall for the higher position, will
be gratified to retain him on the bench of
the Circuit Court. We repent our sugges
tion of last week that the best thing for the
voters of the Circuit to do is tore-elect the
three sitting Judges: Snider, Watts, and
Wall at the election in June next."
If the Confederate Hrigadiers in Con
gress had been elected upon a platform that
pledged tlciu to work hard, and long and un
ceasingly to break up the Democratic party,
they could have fallen upon no plan more
effective than that which they have adopted.
The ll-pul'lii an party has charged that the
success of the Democratic party meant
Southern domination iu Congress meant
the political rehabilitation of the old
states' rights Southern Democrats, with their
disunion sentiments cooled down, Imt not
crushed .nit- meant, in short, the handing
over of the government to the hands of llmse
who, but a few years ago, sacrificed a mil
lion of lives in an effort t' destroy it. This
charge northern Democrats combalted de
clared that the leading men of the South
had become nationalized, and would not, as
was charged, seek to make the policies of
the South the policies of the country.
Northern Democrats looked forward hope
fully to the meeting of thc4Uth Congress
felt that, then, the liberality and unselfish
Hess of Southern Democrats would quiet
all apprehensions in the North that had
been raised by Hepublicaii predictions.
The Forty-sixth Congress has met, nnd
what is the result ( Look at the organiza
tion of the Senale! John C. IJurch. of
Tennessee, secretary; Francis Shober, of
South Cirolinu, chief clerk: II. Iluiley
Paylon, of Virginia, executive clerk; ltev.
Joseph Hul oek, of Virginia, chaplain, and
Itichurd J. Hright. tf Indiana, sergeant-at.
arms. All of them ex-Confederates except
lhlght, and it is altogether probable that
he owes his election to the fiict that his
uncle was expelled from the t'nited States,
Senate in IKiH, for treasonable utterances.
It ih unnecessary lor us to say, for North
ern Democrats everywhere see and feel It,
that there must be a square back down
from this purpose on the part of the South
to absorb nnd dominate, r there will I,
nq.iare split and , puration. The South has
availed herselfof tic very lit-t , utunitv
( aT-.n e 1 1, -1,, ,t!i IV: . tli .! 'ini. s i:.d '
pledges of Northern Democrats iustead of
the patriotism, the broad, comprehensive
statesmanship thai were expected from
Southern Democrat", we sec them bunding
together to promott Southern interests, to
elevate Southern nen, and especially those
men who can show hands that were red
dened by Northern blood.
This is plain talk; but plain talk is de
manded. We believe that the best interests
and hopes of the country arc hinged with
tho success of the Democratic party. When,
therefore, we see the representatives of the
South, placing obstacles in the road to
party success that cannot be surmounted;
when we see them pursuing a
course that will render Democratic success
in a single Northern State an impossibility,
all the resentment of which wo are capable
is aroused; aud, riuce our devotion to the
Democratic party is strong, we regret, deep
ly regret, that we cannot add such fire and
fury to our denunciations of those who would
destroy that party, as would cause them to
call a halt before they work mischief that
will prove irreparable.
Why will you allow a cold to ad
vance in your system and thus encourage
more serious maladies, such ns Pneumonia,
Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when an
immediate relief can so easily be attained.
JJo.schec's German Syrup has gained the
InrLfPKt sale m the world fbr the cure of
Coughs, Colds and the severest Lung Dis
cuses. It is Dr. Uosehee's famous German pre
scription, and is prepared with the greatest
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 first introduced there
has been a constant increasing demand and
without a single report of a failure to do its
work in any case. Ask your druggist as to
tne trntn ot tiiese remarks. Large size . i
cents. Try it and be convinced.
Yoi; Mist Cip.e that Chi (;. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, w hile for Couglis
Dronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma. and
nil diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can etl'ord to be with
out it. You can Usetwt thir.N of a bottle
and if w hat we say is not true we will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 i ts. ."idcts.
and $1.01) per bottle. If your Lungs an
sore or chest or back lame useShiloh'.s Por
ous Plaster. Sold bv Darclav Ihotliers.
H we you 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 Yitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you. und will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured on such terms as
these. Price 10 cent."', and "."i cents. Sold by
ii- . p t..., Ik. ......
is rich and fragrant try it.
Sold by Part lav
Qt'Kity. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Pro's
'Seal of North Carolina'' at the same price!
Chew Jackson's best Sweet Navy To
bacco I. Ml At..
Il.v it-tllt- of a eperlal execution to too din rt. il. Iv
the clerk ol'i lie Circuit Court of Alexander count), in
the Mute of IllinnlH, In fiivor of Wij.nl l(ltteiilinue
nml . .1 oHfj.li II. Illttenhouse. us putniers
t'innpolliK the linn of Wood ltlttetihoite
A" llro.. and iijnint Samuel K. Tlioinp
con. John Si limit nii.l Kilwurd H. lillcon. a part
iiern I'oiiipo-ltiiMlie tlnn of s., K. Thorn pi-on .V. i n..
I rli il I oiler for nle in public vendue in the ve-teri. r
dooroltlie Court irons... In the elf, of t uir.i.
I utility ot Alexnnd r mul Stute of llliiioi. on the
TKNT1! DAY OK A Nil I.. A. i. KH.
ut 11 oYloi'k a. in.. I ho follow in-. ilerrileil pi...erli
to-Mit: l.ols numb red tlilrty-oiie CI i nnd lliirli'
two i:V.M. Iu bl. ii k numlpereil fortv-ellit i x. In tlie
rln ol Ciilro. county el Mexunder and Stllte i,
Illinois, heretofore eiei iiniii brnieiisllie prop
erly o Edward I, liiln-.ii. iw.dci ti vu-lt ol attiii n
in tut lfui"l out of eiiH circuit Court at the In.
etiiiire of Mil ill liittcnliiitiKe A, llro., aiiiut siiid S
K.TIiotiiion A" Co.
Duleil tills l.'.th (lav of March. A. It. ISTft.
.IdIIN lluD.iK. MicrlV.
V. STAT i; Of tt. II. Wllrcix. IKCKAK.
Tlie iindersl'.'iied. havlii',' been appointed Admin
llialors of the cute ol W . Wi.-n. bile of
Ih.) county ol 'Alexander and iaic ol' HIIiioIh. de
clined, hereby nie iintice Unit tln-v will appeal' be
fore the county court of Alexander count v: at the
court houe In Ciilro. nt the .Mnv term', on tlie
third Moudiiv In May next, at 'which time nil
porfon InivltiL' claims iiBaiiit "aid tate me noii
lied and rei nested lo intend for the purpose of lim ine
I lie nunc niliiihteil. All pciHoii" indebted lo suid
estate lire teiiiestei to Illlike Imiuediule pa) llient to
I he nnderl'.'iied .
Dated Ihls l'Uli day of I'Vbiiimy. A. II. 1sT!).
l'l.OKEM K. A WILCOX." AiliiiliiUiruirix.
AI.KIIKH VII.('0. AdmiiilBtiaior.
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SI. I ouis, Mo.
CAItrKXTKJt AND COSTIIACTOK.
joiin a. roon,
Cakpentku and Contractor,
HUOP ON TENTH STJIEKT,
(between WtnUliicton nnd Walnut.)
EstluiRtcH on buildinoH, on losses hy fire
or otherwise made on short notice.
IU, work liilrusted to him will rocelvo prompt
H iiltentlou. und will be executed iu sut ufaclorv
DVKIXfi AND UKXOVATIXIi.
yoLP OLD CLOTHES
CAS BK BKACTin u V
DYKD OR KKPA1KKD
At u Trlflinjc KKioiiso-r. (. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
t'V Ladion aud Oontn' old hut iimdo new
HOOTS AM) SIlOkM.
.Mauufarliirer and Dealer iu
HOOTS AND S1IOKS.
Leather and Findings
No. SO ( omtncrciul Ave.. !M. Fifth and Sixth St-.
Keom constantly on IihiiiI n larire ai-sorlnient ..1
(.. ills and Ladies Hoots and Shoes ol all stv'i-s
and si.e. mnl ol I In- Vcrv In st ol St l.onl. ami
Ciiiclnimii IIiukI made work: "old chraier than
ever before, anil cheaper than ilke Hoods nn he
tallied iu thiK city.
Also, aluaj . oti hand a larjre flock of Leather ml
Klijilinj.. of all ilen ri.tloii. .ulj n rr close.
TIIK DAILY lil I.I.KTIN.
rrrnrr 7VKS'm YEA II.
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The Cairo Iliiltetln etit'T upon it
III! III! t' tith year with ainmplete new
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iiiitltiu f M respect. wuMljv i:,.. jp ,r:
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die principle' ol I in- i. i ra-n pa--
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pniiripl.-s iipnn which a n-pul.iic i:
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paper will uphold the pain iiflit or
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yy yy me.' the chips lali where th.-v mav."
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