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OFFICIAL PAPEU OK ALKXANDKR COl'XTV.
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Largest Circulation ol utiy Daily in
M.U. lltirrcll, Kditor.
Thk isBUR sei-ms to bp nquuruly joined.
The Damomtie party ilceliirestliitt popular
elections should not be controlled by the
army, and that this law, authorizing the
presence of soldiers at our voting places, is
an outrage on free uieu'tt rights, and ought
to be repealed. The Republican party de
clares that the law shall not be repealed,
that military surveillance shall be main
tained, even at the cost of the government
itself. The general appropriation bill that
covers u repeal of the law, shall be vetoed
the army shall starve, the navy rot, the
public service shall come to a stand still,
unless federal soldiers, under Republican
orders, shall control elections. Upon this
issue the Democracy is ready to "throw it
self upon the country," and has no appre
hensions as to the result.
Thk plan adopted to provide means to
pay off Archbishop Pur-cell's indebtedness,
by collections from the Catholics of the
United States, will require the payment of
about live dollars by every Catholic tamily
in the country. The debt amounts to
nearly $4,000,000. A grand lottery scheme
was suggested, but received little
favor. The sale of church
property in the purchase of
which the depositors' money was used,
wtu also suggested; but as it was thought
it would not produce one fourth of the
amount required, that suggestion, too, was
abandoned. To raise $4,000,000, in
"dribblets," is a monster undertaking, but
carried forward under the patronuge of the
cardinal bead of the church, it can scarcely
fail to be successful. In less than two
years every one of the Archhisop's deposi
tors will be paid in full.
The Republican party will not be per
mittcd to escape responsibility for the pres
ent extra session. To muintuin a purely
partizan measure to hold military control
ot elections the Republican Senate re
funded to vote the means to carry on the
government; and thus enforced the extra
session. The same spirit a determination
to maintain Republican ascendancy by plac
ing our voting places under the control of
military will lead to a veto of
the appropriation bill when it passes.
The President and his Repuhlicau advisers
know that a free, untrammelled election
would result in the complete and perma
nent overthrow of the Republican party.
Valuing place and power above all things
else, the majority of that element in Con
gress, would sink the country to perdition,
if thereby it could maintain Republican
ascendancy. This is a fearful charge, but
who doesn't know that it is fearfully true ;
A Rkpublicax cotempoiary conjectures
that, If tho 8enate concurs in tl
reduction of the R. R. and W. II. commis
sioners' salary, the Governor will veto the
bill. Speaking for ourselves, and not for Mr.
Oberly, who is, in Springfield, wc think the
Governor will do right. The !:oard should
be so constituted us to include a first-class
civil engineer, who would know all about
construction, equipage, etc.; a second man
of enlarged practical business sense, a third
man of that class who figures as a sort of
Indispensible nuisance in a'l the relations of
life, viz : a lawyer, or a man well versed
in the principles and theory of the law.
Thus constituted, the board would be as
efficient as it would be possible to
make it; and who supjwses that the
comparatively paltry sum of $1,500
the price paid to a good book-keepor
would iiecure the services of men of that
Character No sensible man, surely. If
then, the R. R. and W. II. commission is to
fill tho important mission assigned to it, a
salary must bo paid that will command the
"THE NEURO PARADISE."
The avowal of the Republican press that
the negro exodus from Mississippi and other
Houthern States, ischargeableto theshot-gun
of the white bull-dozer, is ns false as it Is
The plantation negro of to-day is nothing
more than a grown up ' child. After his
fourteen years of freedom and ten years of
citizenship, he is, (in the Southern States
at least) the same ignorant, superstitious
creature that he was in the days of bis en
forced servitude. He has never out-lived
the idea that he is the government's heir,
and is certain, at some time to come into
possession of his heritage of forty acres
and it mule. The dream of wealth and in
dependence was given additional vividness
by Senator Ingall's bill to set apart a vast
body of Kansas lands for the special use
and behoof of such colored people as
would come and occupy it. To the
negro this visionary proposition soon took
the .shape of governmental munificence it
farm, already stocked, and $300 in cash to
every negro limn who would go fo Kansas.
The long-deferred gift of the "forty acres
and a mule" was to be more than realized;
and regarding every man as an enemy who
attempted to destroy the pleasant vision by
impressing upon them the truth, hundreds,
nay thousands of Mississippi and Louisiana
negroes commenced preparations for a trip
to the "promised land." In the fust
named State the movement was given in
creased impetus by the report that Presi
dent Hayes, having become disgusted with
tht! negro race as a Republican factor in
Southern politics, had given order that
every negro voter, found in Mississippi
after the 15th of April, should be put to
the sword, and that (ieueral Sherman was
in the South to see the bloody older exe
cuted. This horror to drive them, and the
golden dreams of Kansas to entice them,
the desire to be oft' be
came a mania a furore. Well
to-do negroes, farming on the shares and
owning the stock they used, caught the
fever with the rest, and sold oil' everything
they possessed at any price that was offered.
An offer of $'.'0 for a $00 horse, or $15
tor a $75 mule, was eagerly accepted, and
the farm products on hand were, in effect,
given away no .sacrifice was considered
too great, if it brought means enough to
pay a passage to Kansas. And now some
thing of the result of the furore can be
seen in St. Louis. Every boat ami train
that arrives from the South, brings its score
or more of colored Kansas emigrants.
Hundreds of them find their means ex
hausted on their arrival in St. Louis; but
still talk and dream of Kansas. Others
have gone forward, without knowing where
they are going or what they will do w hen
they get there; but satisfied that all will
be well if they can only reach Kansas.
Many of the white and black employers
of these men have followed them to St.
Louis, in the hope of being able to per
suade theiu to return home. And right
here we will take occasion to say that the
newspaper man who does not know that
the whitej ot Mississippi and Louis
iana, (from A'hich States these negroes fled)
have every tling to lose and nothing to gain
by the hegira, is an ass, and dis
graces the position he fills. The
labor ot the black man is the very
basis of Southern prosperity. Remove it,
and evciy industry, agricultural, mechani
cal ami commercial, will languish and die.
The South would fare worse without the
unskilled labor of the black, than Lowell or
any of the manufacturing tenters of the
East would fine without the skilled labor of
the whites. No people understand this as
well as the whites of the South, and fore
seeing the disaster that is sure to follow a
ontiiiued exodus, many of them have fol
lowed the foolish blacks to St. Louis, and
are now there using all the persuasive pow
ers they possess to induce them to return.
In'viewof this condition of affairs, and
with a full knowledge of the entire ab
sence of all cause for excitement in. the
South, the eftort of Republican newspapers
to make it appear that the sliot-viin inul
Howie, knife of the white hull-dozer, are
responsible for the exodus, is wholly with
out warrant, and is nothing more than the
desperate resort of dishonest men to bolster
up a desperate parly. It is so palpably
dishonest and insincere that even the aver-
erage Republican refuses to give it place in
his armory of "political bludgeons.''
Thk death hate of our country is get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every J-rar, without any rea
sonable cnuse, the death resulting generally
from the'most lnsignignint origin. At this
season of the year especially, a cold is such
a common tiling that in the hurry of every
duy lfe we are apt to overlook the dangers
attending it ami 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 Boshee's German
Syrup Wen taken a cure would have result-
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
ed, and a largo bill of a dm;torben avoided.
For all diseases of the throat and lungs.
Roschce'a German Syrup has proven itscli
to bo the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist fin the country
will tell you of its wonderful I effect. Over
050.000 bottles sold lust jeiir without a
single failure known.
Don't Uk Dkckivf.d. -Many persons say
"I haven't got the Coinsumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with ShilohV
Consumption Cure. IDo they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly limit surely cure a
cough or any lung or threat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if yoio receive no ben
efit. Is not tiiis a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. fiOcts. and $1.00 ' per bottle. For
lame Chest, Rack or ykide, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 2.ri cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
mid liver compluint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Yitalizer which we sell on
n positive guarantee to cure you. Price
10 cts. and 7 j cts. For sale hy Barclay
"Hackmetaok" a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Uy virtue of a special execution to me directed, by
the clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexander County, in
tin- State of Ullnul, in favor of Wood ItittcnhoiiKc
and JoKcpli II. l!itlenboue, aa partners
eoinpoidnn the firm of Wood Ulllenhouc
& ltiu . . und UKiiliiMt Samuel K. Tliomp
on. John Siunot anil Kdwunl P. (lloti. a part
ner ronipoHlngtliu (inn of S. K. Thompon & Co..
1 vhall oiler fur sale at public vendue at the westerley
door (if I lie Court House, in tho City of Cairo,
County of Alexander und Slalu of llllaoin, on the
TENTH DAY OK Al'ltIL, A. I). 1H79,
at 11 o'clock a. m., the following dencrlhed property
to-wit: l.oia numbered thlrty-ouu l.'lll and thirty
two In block numbered forty-eluht MH, in t lie
cltv of Cairo, county of Alexander and Slalu of
Illluol. heretofore lev led upon byineatlie prop
erty of Kdwurd I'. lilon. under a writ of attach
m jut leaned out of said Circuit Court at the In.
twice of aid littcuhoiie & liro., ae;aiut said S
K.Thonipon A Co.
Dated thin Ijtli day of March, A. I). 1S79.
JOHN IKUltiKS, Slierlfl'.
KSTATK OP W. II. WIM'OX. DKI KASKB.
The nuderli;iK'd. hnvlni; been appointed Admin
ltrutorof theetale of W. II. Wilcox. Iste of
the county of Alexander and tutu of Illinois, de
ceived, hereby give notice that tbev will appear be
fore the county court of Alexander county: ut the
court-liou!' In Cairo, at the Muy term, on the
third Monday in .May nexl. at 'which lime ull
SerMin haviu; claim ai;alut wild ctate are not!
ed and reitieted to attend lor the purpoc of hnv
iui the Minie adjusted. All person indebted to aid
estate arc requested lo make Iinincdiulc payment to
Dulcd this lmh day or February, A. I). ISTd.
FLORENCE. A WILCOX. Administratrix,
ALFRED WILCOX. Administrator.
If you an; In want of anything In the way of
GUNS RIFLES, REVOLVERS, I'ISTCLS
Ammunition, Oun Material, Fihlntr Tacklii, c
any oilier Flue Sporting Oood please sendalaa
for my lart'e i.liitruted catalogue and price Hat.
Your truly. Addrcsa, JOHNSTON'S CLV
Western Ouu Work, rillsliuiKli. 1'a.
Fnder Ihe new Pension Law. Soldier wounded
or injured, even if but slluhlly disabled, can otitain
pension hack from day of discharge. ont. n OMr
linn in Wa-hlunton to irive personal intention to
all claim before the depaitnient. Do not delay
but write ut once. Send slmnp for our new soldier
W. O. ltEUINOEH A CO.. l'lttshuruh. l'a.
5V-Oldct Claim Agency in the l ulled Slate.
De-aler in LYesh A teat.
Hetween Viinliiujf;tii and C 4m-liieri-inl
A v., lulioininy llanti.VB.
I'KEPS for nub the bet liecf, Cork. Mutton. Veal,
v l umh. Manxatfc, Ac, und I prepared turn-rye
luiiiiio-i. in nit ni ivj'i;iimc lliuillier,
NK.W (JIN SHOP.
J, E. INCE,
X11W GlliY SHOP,
Cor. Sixth St. and I'tiiiiiiicrclul Ave.,
CAIlto, : : : II.IJNOIS.
Gums, Pistols, Siifes und Locks iJcpiiircil.
Keys Jhulf to order.
CHOKE UOIIIXOONUKKAOII LOADIMi iii ss
All work sunraiileed siillsfaclory. nl elienper r,H
Hum can be obtained til any olhur place lu Hie clti.
PAINTS, OILS. WALL PAI'KU. KTC.
J 'a i n ts, Oi Is, Yarn ishes, Iuiislies
Window Glass, Window Shades, Kte.
Alwaya os hand lh celcbriUcd iuci(,,j,8
Brotw Bulldliux, Com-1
BrcUl Ave., I
TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH
THE WKKKLY BULLETIX.
The Weekly Bulletin.
THIS OA I HO
1MWJS1IEI) OX THURSDAY
S.OO Por Aiinurn
41.50 to Clubs of Ten and I'pwai'il!
THE BEST NEWSPAPER
IN ALL ITS DRPAItTMKNTS
IN SOirTllKUSf ILLINOIS.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholonalo Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THK CAR LOAD OR TON', WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car fjoads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
AN I' N PARALLELLED OFFER.
A FR KK TEST TRIAL
OF ON K OF
DLL FORI US'
HEALTH" RESTORING PADS
Wf will aend one or our 11KAI.TII KKSTOH
INO PADS to am lutalid attlicteii with Liver
Complaint, cllll.l.s imI FKVF.lt, 1NDM.F.S.
riON. COSTIV F.NF.SS. Nervou Headache
Dyspepsia. Nfrwju Dehi!il and Impure Hlond.
If they will send in their avmptonm und ad-
up. anil a'.'tee to aenu us jj.oii 11 it ifleets
a cure to their entire atifactlou. otheiwise
there will be no chaw. Vie will do thi to con
vince the piililic nl the mpenor value a a
OF OUK PADS.
And thai they will do all we say. A this ofler
will uecfssurily be limited iu number, we hope.
iiii-ii-iwrr, no enii, u j nil in iuu win m- Riaue. ,n.
dress, ery lepcctfulv Your.
l;-.' Elm street. Cincinnati, Ohio,
I'hjsiciau speak in Term of Praise in fivor of the
m: Airn pad.
Cincinnati. June . ixn;
Having had sonieconiderable aeiiaiiitnnix- with
ine operaiion oi uie ran, I can concieiirlnuly
rfeoninieiMi n a an e jeeiiciii reinciiv in uii im di
eaes for which Dr. Forbes counsels its u.c.
Dlt J. HALLOW F.I.I..
,'7'i (itorce Street. ( iiiclnnall.
WIihi l!e. .Ioenh Ktiu-ry, the well kuowu Cltv
.Missinnari . aj :
Cincinnati. June 00, kh.
H uiu had a lon' actual ntaucc with Dr. Forbes.
I am satislieil tliut whatever hervrumiueiida he dwn
so coii.sciencioc.sly. una will prove all they promise.
HKV. JOSKI'H KMI-.H .
Extrurl from a few of the Many Letter frequently
n-i i'iu-u ai uie loiice.
One as "I feel thai vour Pads hove aveil mv
I'fe." Aliother novs: Vour I'ad ha lust reached
niyriise. It ha entirely removed my cosllveness
auo i tjiiseijiieiii ricK ncudaeiie. Auotlu r v rites:
"Your I'ad attended strictly to buines. mid in
forty -eiflit hour 1 felt m well a ever." Another:
'l our Fail ha cured uie of III I iuunM and lor.
pidl.i.er. I am better thun 1 bavi b'-en twenty
VCa- 11 Still Htiotllf r HHVH ' I hmi. i.llrltirr.H .11 th"..
horriir "roHinu'out of a torpid Liver nd Dvne nia.
Alter usiiiL' your pad all thi-selll left me," one
more: - I have used vour I'ad w ith iierfeitlv satis-
lactorv resul.H. and i heerfullv recuuieud tliem lo
XENV YORK STOUE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Tlie Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth utreet aud I
C. O. PAT1KI4 &CO.
IMPERIAL GRAM M.
"St PKIIIOI! NTTRITION THK LIFE."
IMPEIHA L (iRAMLM.
The (.'icat Meillcitial Food.
The Suliiitor Fur Invulld und the Aed. An In
coiniiiiratiei .Mimeui Tor the Orow III and I'rolei
lion or liilunt and Children. A Superior
Nutritive In I -initiniinr! sVi'i.t.! u..,i a
Helinlile Kt-in.-ill.,! A-.;eit in all lll.-etisca of Hill
Mnllliliil and I ntcstines.
I'lllS ,tu-t ty celebrated li:Ti.Tir- I'taeAinTioN- I.
' III composltlini. principally the Oi.ctkn derived
froin the iihk iNTiii Flint Wiicat Ckiikal, n
soiio extriici. the iiaenllni nl an eminent ( iemt.
tilled tn by a l.'ip.e niiiiilier of ClietuUi mid l'hri.
i in uoi oi v nccn n ifii v reeoir nieiiii.'O. tut etts.
clans - lepresetilum uvery liludi decree of niedlcnl
Hclenee as Ihe Siilest. Mu-t Aceeptiihle mill IUIi If
uie I-mill tin- tlie t .row 111 and rioteeiloti of Inlnnt
iniitl liildreii. und lor Vol her Ijckln Stiilii.deiit
i-niiii-iiiiieiii inr i lien- nllHpillilJ.
I lllike those preparation made from iinltral or
vinous inn 1 1.. r. whieli nr.. liniiiit i,i .iim.iii.K iitn
bnlii and Irrllute tho dL'eilvi' orim, it einbrucia
in n elementary composition--Thai
which make Hli-onir Hone and Muscle. That
which make pood FIchIi mid Hlond. That which I
pN.yofl)l(relloU"ticK!rcnntiputitiir. Thai which I
kind and friendly to the llriiln, and Unit which aetsa
apreycntlve ol tliou Iutetlnal Disorder Inciden
tal to Childhood.
And. Willie It WOUbl hndllllenll In enitulvnnf allV-
tli I ii k In Food or Deert more c.reainy and dcltrlou,
orinoni nuiirUtiitic und alreiiuiliKiilntt n an ail
ment In Fever, Pulmonary Complaint, DynpcplH
'ucrai iieimity, ii kauk .Mkiiii'INAI. r.xnRL
I.KM X III till I.NTKaTiNAl. DinKahk. especially lu
DyM'titcrv, CIiioiiIc Diiinlnr'a ami Cholera Infuu-
1 1 us been Inconleatiibly Proven.
Hold Wholesale aud
PRINCIPAL CITIES of the ISITED 6TATES.
JOHN CARLS ib bO.NS- SW VOBK,
-.- r- ri'
CARPENTKR AND CONTHACTOK.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter and 'Contractor,
KHOI' ON TENTH ST K BET,
(between Wnahlngtou and Walnut.)
Estimates on buildings, on losses by fire
or oilier wise made on short notice.
ALL work Intrusted II hi mi will receive prompt
attcntinu. and will be executed in a al sfai tiny
DYKING AND KEXOVAT1NG.
CAN BS MMITirrLI.Y
DYKD OH HIOUAIRKD
At a Trlltin Expense- C. 0. I).
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. !J0 EIGHTH ST.
W" Ladiea aud Oeuta' old hat made new
HOOTS AND SHOES.
Manuliicturer aud Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
leather and lMtidino;s
No. !K ommercla! Ave., IKt. Fifth and Siith Si
CAIItf), ILLINOIS, ,
jr-i:..-"tivo,,i,,nd . i.T wrtBWI of
l (-lit and Ludlct Hoot m l shoe of all alyh-a
and sizes, and of the very best ol St. Loul and
iiucinnati Ilium made work: sold cheaper Oiau
ever belore. and cheaper than ilke !,(! cau be )i
tained In tin cltv.
AIo, iilMny. mi hand a lar-.'e slock of Leather tn.1
rilidiliu's of ull description, sol i vcrv dose
THE DAILY lil'I.I.EIIN.
' The Cairo Hulletln enter upon it
HH Icnth year with a toinplete new
H oiitdl aud a dftrrmlnaiiou to m.k
i. i.. ..ii
iiirirnir 111 u" "sin is or;ii i:iu ;iin,rt
IIIIIIIIII .of It patron.
11 II !
:,...,. l' Pii'dWied , F.ery Moiniw,',
EE EE FEE
MO.NDAVS Et KI'tKli.
It Hill embr.n e in it lolunm Jul
it D i
1 I) 1
Lot 'A L EVENTS,
A A A
of inh character ns we mi.t ),ti
prove the eiiial of the rlicaprrt ul
bcsl of out coiilciiipuriirif s.
u:n ii ii.j ,iu.. . .i .i.
I- . . . '"'in . RinocaTr
.1.1. tlie uiIim ilile of Uie llfluorratlr nr
1 jt?. iioiiJitm that llifycinhodi the nl
, iprinelplc upon which a republican
fovcriiiueiit call be adminlstifed.
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I t I r If I Intended to convey the Idea that the
l.l.l.l.L, , ...kt v, in uphol.l the party rk-btor
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