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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH
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OFFICIAL PAPKK OK ALEXANDER COVNTY.
ntilyMornin? Daily in Soutliern Illinois
l.fii'KKBt Cm-uUitioii of any Daily in
M.I1. I'm-roll, KiUtor.
1701t Sl'i'KKMK Jl'DOE SOl'THKHN (iKAND
I hereby anni u.ice my.clf a candidate before the
people, ai the enuliK Juuo election, in Hie First
Judicial District, for the ollice of Judge, ol the Nil
preme court. JOHN 11. Ml l.KKY.
March 41th 18TH.
Archbishop Pl'Hckm. explains thut the
money deposited in liis hands was expended
in the erection of churches and academies
and iu the maintenance of schools. Of
course these investments were of the kind
facetiously denominated pornnucnt. His
bankruptcy was the result of an attempt to
pay compound interest. As an intimation
of how Interest accumulated lie speaks of a
deposit of 3,000 upon which lie owes
Tiik Chicago Daily Telegraph says that
if InrcrxolI is to he "answered'' it must be
done hy a man of his own calibre. Notoriety-seeking
youugsters like Wendling, the
Telegraph continues, are mere pigmies iu
his path. To enable the reader to judge
what the Telegraph's opinion is worth it is
only necessary to add that it expresses the
belief that the man to meet Iiigerxoll is the
blatherskite, Moody, AVendling, as an
orator, scholar, man of brains and thought,
is as much the superior of Moody as Moody
h of Dr. Reynolds.
Ahtf.h reading several numbers of our
new Chicago Democratic Daily, we feel
constrained to express our disappointment.
The paper does not come up to the needs of
the place, the times and the surroundings.
The editorials lack lire, snap, depth and
incisiveness. One feels, after rending the
editorial page, as if lie had been Muffed
with straw filled up with weak tea. The
publishers fill their part of the bill well and
satisfactorily; but we insist that the edito
rial management of the Herald, is when
compared with that of the Times, Tribune
and Inter-Ocean, weak and signally wanting
in force and aggressiveness. It is too much
of apiece with that of the Evening Journal
notoriously the most wishy-washy news
paper in the United Slates.
A I'u'i ni.icAK cotempoiary speaking of
the Normal I'niveisity, at Normal asks to
be informed: "Why it was erected and
why its expensive existence has been pro
longed?" These questions have been re
peatedly raised but as often "sat-down
upon" by our owlish law-makers. Why the
State should furnish gratuitous instruction
to a sot of embryotic pedagogues who when
their education is completed ure under no
legal obligation to teach, is nn Interrogatory
that was so urgently pressed that the prop
osition to repeal the act creating the uni
versity, though lost, came within one vote
of being reconsidered. Which very plainly
indicates that the last appropriation tor the
maintenance of these schools that ever will
be made, has been made. Unless they can
be made self-sustaining, they will go down.
'Fkke Kansas," the colored man's land
of promise, is not at all pleased at the pros
pect of a large negio citi.crishm. The
Republican philanthropists of the old
borne of Ossawntonnc Brown look upon
the influx of Southern larkicn with feelings
of alarm. The negro who, nt a distance of
a thousand mile, is the abused "colored
lrother," becomes at a distance of a mile
r two the thriftless, pestiferous nfgro; and
hundred colored emigrants hod not cross
ed the lino of Kansas before the word was
passed around that the unwelcome horde
tut not bo alowed to obtain a toot-hold.
Everywhere the deluded black begins to
, feel LltuSelf repul"l. but presshg forward
lie hopes after awhile tn reach the expected
j elysmm. The Missouri Paeillc railroad
company should be compelled to pay the
return passage of every one of these colored
people who fails to satisfactorily settle
himself in Kansas. The litho
graphs of this company, showing
sheaves of wheat and oats lit
tell as a full grown uppe tree, .utalks of
corn sixteen feet high with six ears of com
on each stalk, potatoes so large that the
man of the house sat down on one end
while the other was roasting in'the tire, and
pumpkins so large that children removed
the seeds and used the shells as play-houses
lithographs showing theso wonders and
claiming them as the products of Kansas,
were circulated freely among the negroes of
the South, and more than any other cause,
are responsible for the Kansas furore among
the blacks of Arkansas, Mississippi and
Louisiana. We repeat, therefore, that the
Missouri Pacific having beguiled a large
portion ot these poor fellows away fmw
their Southern homes, are, in justice and
equity, bound to give to such of them as
fail to secure the means of livelihood in
Kansas, free passages back to the homes
and the people they so foolishly abandoned.
A C'iiixksk lecturer, named Chan Pak
Kwai is lecturing in northern Illinois "tell
ing the truth about the Chinese," and tak
ing in the Christian's quarters as a consid
eration therefor, lie says that in San
Francisco the Chinese are arrested for
sleeping in apartments where there arc less
than 500 cubic, feet of heathen air, and
thrust into prison and forced to sleep where
there are less than 100 feet of Christian air.
It was complained that his people didn't
buy real estats and identify themselves
with the country ; but the very moment
they commenced doing that, laws were en
acted to prevent it. French, Irish and
Spanish parents who pay less than $.",000
school tax in San Francisco send their
children to the public schools; but the
children of Chinese parents who pay more
than $10,000 are excluded. It is objected
too that the Chinese manifest no desire to
throw off their allegiance to
the government of China. That
this should be done when everybody knows
that the doors to citizenship in this country
are closed against the Chinese, he regarded
as npieec with the other unreasonable and
fotimhitioiiless charges upon which the
"sand lots of California" had built their hos
tility to his race. In all of which Mr. Kwai
may have told the truth, lint while so many
doors are closed to the Chinese in America,
theie is one door that is always open, and
that is the door that opens upon the high
way hack to China. If. as Kwai states,
this is such a terrible country, and its peo
ple such an unreasoning set, why, iu the
name of all the little brass gods ol China
at once, don't his people pack their pie
bcxi'S and hustle back to the "sunny land
of Confucius i
Bon iNW.nsoM. repeated bis lecture on
"Moses" in llaverly's Chicago theatre Sun
day evening, to a crowd numbering over
two thousand persons. The Chicago Her
ald speaks of the all'air as a grand ovation
to the distinguished Inlidel. The lecture
is of a chatacler calculated to repel inquir
ers. It is well received only by those who
are confirmed in their Infidelity. It was
one of the purposes of his life, he said, to
free the clergy, those "owls sitting on the
dead limbs of tin? tree o!' knowledge." lie
also wanted to free the scholar, hy proclaim
ing eternal divorce between church and
slate. Then dipping into the details of
his lecture he spoke of the bulittling ab
surdity of the so-called "great (iod of the
heavens" turning back the sun ten degrees
merely to convince the chap named Ile.e
kiah that he wouldn't die of his boil. "If
God knew," said the speaker, "that
all the human race, up to the time of Noah
would have to be destroyed because of their
wickedness, why didn't he make Noah the
first man?" The Bible statement that
(100.000 souls were bred from 70 persons iu
215 years, was u physical and mathematical
impossibility. "The Holy land was about
one-fifth the hi.e of Illinois, barren utid
desolate, ami any Chicago land agent would
have blushed scarlet to describethis land as
flowing with milk and honey." He thought
it was carrying the patent law to excess to
kill a man for intnnging on Muses' pre
scription for making hair oil to anoint
Aaron's beard. With regard to the phigues
of Kgypt heaped on Plinrnoh, Bob had no
doubt It would have been much better to
have explained to Pharaoh the wrong and
iniquity of slavery. It was ridiculous, in
his estimation, to suppose there would have
been uo moral law had not Moses have
given the Jews the ten commandments,
'All laws against larceny have been made
by uidiistry to protect its labor. '
With regard to polygamy he ntllrmed
thatlt was an Institution founded by the
Uiblo one thut takes the meaning out of
such words ns home, mother, sister, und
bruther, und sets up a den where crawls the
slimy serpents of luM and hatred. He hnd
no love for a God who wouhl make woman
a slave and man a beust, So decent God
would allow brutal lust to trample on the
violets and roses blossoming in the heart of
The immense audience listened with
"breathless interest," giving way at times
to noisy manifestations of approval.
Tub death hatk ok our country is get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every year, without any rea
sonable cuiise, the death resulting generally
from the most insignigcant origin. At this
season of the year especially, a cold is such
a common thing that in the hurry of every
day life we ure apt to overlook the dangers
attending it and often find too late, that n
Fever and bung trouble has already set in.
Thousands loose their lives in this way
every winter, while had Uoshee's German
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, ami a large billot u doctor been uvoided.
For all diseases of the throat aud lungs,
lioschee's German Syrup has proven ilseli
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Kvery druggist in the country
will tell you ot its wonderlul effect. Over
050,000 bottles sold lat year without, a
single tailure known.
Don't He Dkckivkd, Many persons sny
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and 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 positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you -receive no ben
efit. Is not this a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. oO cts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, JJack or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver comphiinrt Constipation, and gen
cral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalier which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
lOcts. and 75 cts. For sale by Barclay
"1Ia( km ktack" a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Uy virtue of a rpeelal execution to nie directed, by
the ilerk ol the Circuit t 'on rl of Alexander County , la
the Stale oi lllinol-, in tin or of Wood Klttcnlioiinc
and locph li. ltiticnlioin-v. a partners
conino'diiK the linn of Wood Hlttenlioiito
,t ilui.. anil against Samuel K. Tliomp
nun. John Sinnol iiml Kdviurd I', (illimn. an part
turn ciiiupoliiirllH! til in of S. I.. TlmiiipMin A Co..
Mull iirtcrfiirnalc at public vendtieai I In- wextcrlcy
diiiir of the Court limine, iu the City of Cairn,
Count v of Alexander ami State of 1 1 1 ) ijoIh. on the
TKN'l'II DAY OK Al'HIL, A. I), IST'.l,
at II o'clock a. m.. the following described property
to-wit: Lot h numbered tlilrlv-nne oil) and thirty
two (.'). In block numbered lurty eijlit ( IS), In the
eltv of Cairo, county of Alexander and Stale of
Illinois, heretofore levied upon by mean the prop
erly of F.dwanl I'. (i lion, under a lit of Httacli
in :iit inmed nut ofcaU C ircuit Court at the In.
Htanccnl faid l,'ilteiiboue A liro., aainr-l anl S
K.TIiotnphon A Co.
Dated llii I Mil (lav or .March. A. D. 1870.
' .JOJIX HOD(ii;s. Sheriff.
D.MI.MSTIiATOli S NOTICK.
tatk ok w. ii. wtuox. iM.K.w:ri.
The tiiiderHlirueil. having been appointed Admin
Iftratorw of thceMute ol W. II. Wilcox. I'lte of
Hie county of Alexander und Unicoi 1111110111. de
ceived, hereby (rie notice that they will appear be
fore the coun'ty cou 1 1 of Alexander county: at the
court house In Culm, at the May term", oil .the
third Monday In May next, at which time all
perronx having claims acaliiel naid fHtutc are noti
lled and rciiiclcl to attend lor the puriiime of liu
liitf the paiiie adluhteil. Allpcrxoui, Indebted to said
ct-tate ure requested to make Immediate payment to
the lliidrridejied .
Dated this I'.itli day or February, A . D. 1ST!).
KI.OIIKNCK. A WILCOX! Administratrix.
ALFItbl) WILCOX, Adiuiniiaraior.
OTICK OF FINAL SK'ITLF.MKNT.
TATK OP WIM.IAU I1IIACKKN, llfrRASKn.
Slate of lllluol, Alexander county, en.
To the heirs und creditors of Kiiid estate:
You ure hereby notified that on ThcimIr.v. thc&nd
due of April, 1HTII. the aduiinli-trutrlx of raid estate,
will im.'hrut to the count',' court of Alexander
county. 111 Cairo. IllinoU. her II mil report of
Her act anil iloiti Midi ailinlnixtratrlx,
end uk Hie court 10 l" dlNihiirid from any
iiiid all further ilmit'c and rci',ni!,ilitieH connect
ed trilh nald cxlalc, and her uilmiiiisliation I hereof,
lit iilch time and place, you maybe prcKcnt and
resift Mich application If von eliooo ho to do.
cakoi.im: walk Kit
formerly Caroline lliaekeu, Ai in 1 11 IhI mt lix .
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lti't wet'n WnMiiiiKtoii mid ( 'one
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V EEl'S Jor nalcthc bet lleer. Pork. Mutton, Veal,
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PBOPIMKTOU OF SPBOAT'S PATH NT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAH LOAD Oil TON, WELL
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Car Load a a Specialty.
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THE REST NEWSPAPER
IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENTS
iir l 1
I. W. Dawnoii.
of uefiil kuowledL'e. It iiiuille a demninl that
personOiv paylinr $10 each; TWKNTY lieron
t Hl'NDUF.D per.oio., by paving (I each, can e
Mrothcr, New Y'ork. exclnlvaly for II. W Derby
XKW (il'N SHOP.
j, K. IIsCE,
SYAV GUX SHOP
( or. Six'.h St.aiiJCoiuinercial Am-..
CAIKO, : : : ILLINOIS.
Guhi, PLstoN. Safo und Locks Kepitired.
keys Made to order.
CIIOK3 H KlNt; ON P.IiKACII I.OADlNti (.1 NS
All work ttuaraiiteed atlfuciory. at cheaper rate
oau can Dv otjtaiiied at any other place 111 the city
TAINTS, OILS. WALL r.U'KK. KTC,
Paints,0ils, Varnishes. Ri'u1h'
Window Glass, Window Shades, Ktc.
Alwa on ha;i l the clebrated n.l.i minatino
Bros' Bulldinz, Com-1
lucrciul Ate.. 1
THV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND KKTAIL.
Tlie Larst Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth ptreet and
C O. PATIHR CO.
MITIAL AID 50CIKTY.
a srnsrnrTF, fok life ixsuk
AM ! COMPVMES.
Mrn-AL Aid Society,
of ca 1 1 to.
Or!r!ini.(l .Inly Ittli, 1K77, t inier the Lawso!
the State of IllinoU.. Cupyrijihted July
II, IH7T. nailer Act of Conine.
)F1'I ' Kits:
WILLIAM STDATTON. Phksiiikst.
Ma. P. A. TAY 1.1)11. Vl K I'HKII1ENT.
,1. A, (lOI.I)s'i'INK. Tiu;ach;k.
Dii.J.J.iIUKDON. . .Mkii. Al)ioii.
THOMAS I.KWIs. . . Si;iii:.r.utv.
IIUMllI (IK MAXAdKltH:
,1. .1. OUIMKiN. Pln-leltiii Calm, III
Mr. P. A.TAYLOIt, Superliiteiidenl of
Scho.il. Alexander Coiintv -i .
Mr. K. C. I'O.KIi. Yiilletv llr'aeket Store.
J. A. liOLDSTINK. of liold-lliie A- Ho.
eliater. b ilehalo and Ketall Dealer
In Staple and Fatiev tin imoiN u
N. II. TIIISTI.hu (inn" of lliulj,, a'.
ThlKtleilood. ComniiiiKloii Merrliant,
Cotton anil Tobucco raetnri ' ,.
S. I). A YKKS, of Aver ii Co., t'oiiiiii'l'!
THOMAS I.KWIS, liiMiraiicu Miinu'iN,.'
and Attorney at Law
W;V.' STHATl'ON, of Strattou' 'iViid',
V huleaalo (iroeer
OKU. M. ALDUS', Conimlo'n" Mer
rhanl.TH Ohio Levee...
JAS S. KKAKDKN, ARent Mi;i'i;ipni
Valley 'I rnnportatlon Cointianv
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t'!,Si." '.TOKT. WMmVli'Md m;' "
L'liii-iiA, ,0'1" "ml NnlloiiN.......... '
hDWAKl) A. II1IDKK, MHiiiiKirturVn
.lewecr and Wlioh,.!,. i .l,.'"1
;$ Jkrr. 'l aud Material... "
IT- K I) W A itlV K. ' KoV:,' i-; h ' Maraliii
so,,,),,,,, i,,B(r,,.t N;,;'5pa' fl.,,,1, lit,.
A. AY Kits villa Kliliw,
' II. . llltUfllAM. IM.;lVran:.indlaiiapoll.. Ind
A,..,.M' 0KI'ATT, Keal Kitato,
ln ter Grand Junotlnn. Tena.
CARPKNTEIl AND COVfRACTOU.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpentkk and Coxtkactok,
SHOP ON TENTH HTttKKT,
(betweeu WatbiuKton and Walnut.)
Estiiuiitei on buildiiiKH, on losses hy fire
or oIlienviHo niadtf on short notice.
LL work intrusted to him will recelvn prompt
attention, and wlU be execuied Iu a sat afaclory
DYKI.NU AND JlKNOVATINl!.
yOLU OLD CLOTHES
CAN bk utAtTiruur
DYED Olt JtKPAlRKI)
At 11 Trlfilnc Kienf-. O. I).
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. Q ElUUTII UT.
Kr Ladlea and Oeut' old hat made new
BOOTS AM) SIIOKS.
Manulactun-r and Healer in
BOOTS AND SIIOKS.
Leather and Kindinirs
No. 90 Coinnierclal Ave.. Ilet. Fifth aud Sixth Sta
Keep constantly on band a lurtre aorlment ol
dents and 1. utiles Hoot mi l Mux of all tytc
and sues, and of the very best ot St. l.oul and
Cincinnati Hand mado work: sold ihesper lb nn
ever belore, and clicau r than like (food ran be ah
tu i m il In this city.
Also. alMay on hand a large stock of l.ethri nf.
Fludliiit of ull desi riptiou, rolj enr i!ow
TIIK DAILY BL'I.LKTIN.
rrnrn ; KXTU YEAR.
Tbf Cairo ftnth'tiH intr. nn.ii, it.
H1I 1III tenth yeur lth a compleln new
J "Ulllt and a determination to mnU-
,,,,,, ii' In ali respect worthy l'ie siiipur'
II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 !of iu patrons.
Ji,...,. i: I'lihliOicd F.ktv Mniiii'i.
E E .
1 MfiMMVJ KXCU'IKO.
tIt uill rinbrace In it (o'uui'H J ltf
M IsCKLI.A.N Y,
A A A
of sach chnrai ter . tn,-t "b
jil.ne the eiiia! of tin- 1 Ik jpc.t nj
AAA AAA " '' ' f l'"r contemporur.! r.
,::'. ll bus ahitiys done, adioiai"
,tl:.- pi ini iples ut tii Oi nioiratir par
ty, lMililiii(itl:.it tin yeinlMxIv the nl
ini idi upou which a republican
court. meiit can be aduiiulstered
L w '-lie avow llii;ths purpose. It 1 not
I I I I I T I ''tended to convey the idea that the
188.8.131.52,1.1.1. ,....rv III uphold Ihe party rluht or
, niie,. That wbleli lMiei e to be
...... ...... v '""'-' It iil denoiinc... fiurlesslv,
111 111 ai, m "heHlnu' t" the line, and 'lei
yy yy jtli..; Ihe chip full w here they may ."
v I"" a a safe, sound and eulhle
1 1 :Di -ii.il. ratie paper, we 1 an, we f.-.,
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