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OFFICIAL I'APEK OK ALEXANDER COl'NTV.
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J-argfHt Ciroulation ot liny Daily in
M.H. llarroll, TCilit.or.
1r0U SLPKEME JClMiK-SOI'TIIEHS OKAND
I hereby announce myself a candidate before the
Jaoplc. at the ensuing June elerllon. In the Flint
adiclal District, for the office of .ludtfe of the Su
preme court. JullS II. MILKKY.
March 24tb 1H79.
Thk Japanese have been thrown into a
commotion that partakes of terror. Susan
B. Anthony has avowed a purpose, to inflict
upon that unoffending peoplo a course of
Pm:iiK Cozzkns is lecturing on the mis
takes of live. Ithasheen suggested that
one of mother Eve's mistakes was that she
regarded a fig leaf in the light of a full
female costume. Fashions do change, for
Old Simon Cameron husbands his resour
e,8,bnt is not willing to include Mrs. Oliver
among them, ('all the relation ol husband
"an uflicc" and widow Oliver's suitors
would number about half the voting pop
ulation ol the State of Ohio.
The millers of the Western Stales are
jubilant over the decision just given in the
great Cochrane suit, which is fatal to the
re-issue of a patent which has been an in
cubus, or we might say a mill-stone around
the neck of every miller in the country.
Spouting men have not surrendered the
idea that there is a champion walk left in
O'Lcary's legs, notwithstanding his recent
breakdown. If O'lA-ary will consent to
put himself iu condition for the effort,
a. Harrisburg gentleman will wager $35,000
that ho can walk 520 miles in six days.
Tuk proposed international exhibition at
the City of Mexico is commencing to as-
aume shape. All nations will be invited to
participate, and such as have diplomatic re
lations with Mexico will be requested to
send ?pe:ial commissioners. All goods for
exhibition may be entered free of duty,
and will be shown in . special building
without charge for space or storage.
Duhino the last session of the Georgia
Legislature Colonel Alston secured the en
actment of a law that, in cases of murder
where the jury recommends the accused to
mercy, the recommendation operates to re
duce the penalty from death to imprison
ment for life. A lew days ago Col. Cox
met. Col. Alston iu the :orridors of the
capital building at Atlanta, and shot him
dead. And now it is likely to follow that
Cox will be the first man who will profit by
his victim's inprey.
It is rumored that gold has been dis
covered thirty miles southwest of Wichita,
Kansas, and great excitement exists among
the farmers iu consequence thereof. A
New York comimny is said to have bought
a mile square of land and is trying to secure
more. Four milling companies huve been
already organized. Ore from a shaft sunk
onie time ago is reported to have assayed
incr $2,000 to tho ton. One farmer hus
been offered $110,000 for his farm, uud re-,
Caktkk Hahuison, the Democratic can
didate for Mayor of Chicago, being asked if
he favored tho touching of Herman In the
Chicago public schools, replied that tho
Hoard of Education, being a fair repre
sentative body, he would leave the decis
ton of that matter in iu hands, satis
fled it would act conscientiously. The
Telegrnph very fitly denominates tho
auiwer us ' evasive. It calls it "dodg
ing the question." Therj are, contin
ue! the Telegraph, .'10,000 poor chil
dren io Chicago for whom the "rtprtseuta-
tive lody'' lius no school houses amino
u liJ T1,S(l(H)rchilllr(,llureruuning
tlic Htrccts, ffniwing up in iynoriim-o, and
on Ihe road to vice, All this time the "fair
rprcsentntivc body" is squandering the
tuxes paid by the parents of these poor chil
dren and using them to educate the privil
eged few in Herman, Latin, French, und
music and drawing. That is more than
unjust. It is criminal.
An election fur Mayor and other city
ollicrrs is pending in Chicago, Carter Har
rison, standing as the Democratic candi
date for Mayor, and a Mr. Wright as the
ltepublican candidate. It seems to be
conceded, by those who are best informed,
that the chances arc largely in favor of
Harrison's election. One fact in connection
with the canvass is worthy of mention.
It is that the name of neither candidate is
associated with a monstrous crime r most
damaging scandal. It is not said that
Wright accumulated his property as the
procurer of abortions, nor that Harrison
has been guilty of incest. This is some
what remarkable but the Times, as yet,
has taken no part in the contest.
Tiieodoiie Tilton is to lecture in Chi
cago soon. One of the papers there intro
duces him to tlio community ns "the fel
low w ho belittled uud insulted his wife for
years, or until he believed sombody else
had found her worth winning, and then
made a national scandal of her reputation
and his own dirty vanity." We agree with
the writer, that wives and mothers who
turn out to honor Tilton and shower bu
ckets upon him, tiro sadly lacking in sympa
thy for their sex, and respect for themselves
Compelling his distracted wife to publish
her shame that he might "vindicate" him
self and carry out his schemes of revenge,
he deserves the execration of every deceut
female in America. He is a polished beast.
A Chinesk student in Phillips' New
England academy being very thick-skulled
and backward, one of the local papers star
ted a joke to the effect that the Celestial
government had ordered him home for the
purpose of beheading him. "That blessed
old ass of a paper, the Chicago Evening
Journal," investing the matter with all the
importance of an astounding fact, wrote on
to New Knghiud for particulars, and a few
evenings ago occasioned a grin on every in
telligent countenance in Chicago, by grave
ly announcing that the story was untrue
that "wo contradict the statement on au
thority direct from the institution." It is
surmised that a four-ton trip-hammer might
pound a joke into the Journal's head; but
nobody can be found w h will hazard wealth
on such u conjecture.
Wki.I. informed Southern papers declare
that the negro exmlun from Arkunxu ami
Mississippi is chargeable to the emissaries
of the Kansas Pacific railroad. These em
issaries, supplied with villainously exagger
ated illustrations of Kansas grains, fruits
and vegetables, travel 111 the guise ot
dentists, peddlers, etc., and thus reach the
negroes and set their minds
aglw with wild fancies about
the glories of Kansas, before the white peo
ple find out what has been going on. As
we remarked yesterday, the Kansas or Mis
souri river Pacific company should be coin-
pilled to pay the return passage of every
negro it has beguiled into Kansas, and who
is not willing to remain. The deception
practiced upon the unsuspecting creatures
is not only cruel, but criminal.
It is alleged that Hob Iugcrsoll's hostil
ity to creeds and sceU was excited into ac
tivity by the action of certain ministers of
the gospel who brought inlluenre to bear
that defeated his nomination as the Repub
lican candidate for Coventor of Illinois, in
place of Richard Yates. He was, then, a
dormant Infidel, who was satisfied to let
others think as they pleased. He was
aroused by the opposition of the church
into 1111 active opponent. That he is a for
midable one, cannot be successfully denied;
and those who look upon the work he is
performing with indifference who satisfy
themselves with the comforting reflection
that his doctrines are extravagant, illogical
uiul ttiiperlicial ; are worn out by
repetition, and are becoming effete,
are harboring a delusion that is sapping tho
verv foundation of the Christian church.
Tin: statistics by which the Murphys
horo Era would prove thut the Democrats
had but little share in llicworkof crushing
the rebellion, are peculiar. It says that Iu
1850 there .were but eleven Republi
can voters in Jackson county, yet in
1805, the Republicans curried tho county.
Why didn't tho Kru let out tho whole truth,
and suy that in 1800 less than one hundred
Republican votes were thrown in Juckson
county, yet iu less than two yours there
after, the county furnished over a thousand
men to help crush the rebellion. If Dem
ocrats didn't enlist, how did Jackson
county, with her 80 or 00 Republicans,
furnish 1,000 soldiers! If Democrats
didn't go into the army, how did tho then
18th congrcssiotiul district, that contain
ed 3,000 Republicans, auud over
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
20,000 men to the army? Tim truth of the
business is, thai, nt the lime of enlistment,
there were scarcely enough of Repub
licans to till tho ollices.1 That
a vast majority of the soldiers were
Republicans when they relumed home, is
undeniable, With no earthly chance for
promotion or preferment until
they renounced their Dem
ocracy, with their ears pois
oned by slanders and falsehood as well as
by most damaging truths it is not a mat
ter of surprise that Democratic soldiers
abandoned the party to which they be
longed when they enlisted. The fact stands,
however, that in Southern Illinois a large
majority of the men that went into the
army were Democrats, and we believo the
remark would hold good if applied to the
whole country. What the men were when
they came out of the army, is another ques
tion; and tho whole matter is one that Re
publicans can well afford to relegate to the
mould of years from which the more
thoughtless and heedless of the party, per
sist in exhuming it.
Tun dkath hate ok our country is gel
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 this
season of the year especially, a cold is such
11 common thing 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 ami Lung 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, and 11 large billot a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of the throat and iungs.
Hoschee's German Syrup has proven itseli
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of iU w onderful effect. Over
050,000 bottles sold hist year without a
single failure known.
Don't Uk Dkckivkd. -Many persons say
"1 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 nnd
11 remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it ill cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we w ill re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not tiiis a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. 50 cts. and if 1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Hack or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. 1'iii e 25 cts. For sale by
Why will you sutler with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
end debility when you can get tit our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Yitalizerv hich we sell on
n positive guarantee to cure you. Price
loots, and 75 cts. For sale by Iiarclay
J rot hers.
"IJackmktack" a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Pocket-Rook Lost. It was in the town
of 15., and Mr. S. had just concluded some
purchases, w hen lie made the startling dis
covery that his pocket-book was lost. While
searching his pockets he found a buckeye,
und said "Gentlemen, my pocket-book is
lost, but there has been something discov
ered by Dr. Tuber, of Nashville, of far
greater value. It is thu Buckeye Pile Oint
ment, which will cure Piles in nil cases,
when used according to directions. Try it
Price 50 cents a bottle. For side by Bar
Coisskn's Honey of Tar will relieve
severe coughs of long standing, and prove
a blessing to all who suffer with affections
of the throat and lungs, und is confidently
oll'ertitl the public a the best
remedy in the world. In our rigorous
clinic where coughs ami cold prevails, this
favorite remedy should have a place in
every household. When the little ones are
attacked by croup, or whooping cough,
nothing will allord such instant relief u
Coiissen's llouey of Tar. Price 5(1 cents.
For side by Barclay Bros.
QrEtiY. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bio's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price!
OF FIN AL rii'.TTLE.MKST
KKTATK OP WILLIAM IIIIAI IO N, 1IIW I.AM II
' Httu of Illinois, Alexander enmity. .
To the bulr und creditor of said estHte:
You are hereby notified that on Tilesiluv. U,i vj-'ml
(lav of April, IH1II. the administratrix of s'hIi! estmu,
will present to Hie county court of Alexander
county, ut Cairn, Illinois, hir final r i,n i of
her mts unit doliir a Huh Hilininlsi ritlrtx.
and ask the court lo he (lliliuru'eil from miy
and all further dullr und responsibilities cuti ik-i-.i-eil
with sulilt -liife. and her HilniliilKimtlun ill, ,nif,
at which tunc uiul i.iai e. you may he presem !id
resist such application if von choos so to , , ,
( ArtOl.INK WAI.KLIl
formerly Caroline Hiackcn. Adinlulsimtiix
n,wlrlueofapeclalexeciitlou to nie directed, by
the clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexander! nuntv til
the Slute of llllnuls, In favor of Wood KltlculniilNU
and Joseili II. Itillenboiise. as pnrtners
eoiiilionlnit the llrm or Wood Hlltenlionsu
A II in . and Mialtist Sum ne I U. Thump
son, Juliii Slniiol anil Edward I'. Ollsoti, a part
uer RuuiliosltiKthu firm of W. E. Thompsou aid,,
lahall nfler for sale at public vendue at the vrut'1wt
tlon, uf the Court House. Ill the l iiv i,lr ;
County of Ainnnder and Htate of Illinois, on the'
TENTH DAY OK A PHIL, A. I). isTfl,
at 11 o'clock a. m., the rollnwlnit diwrlhcjl nrimertv
to wll: Lot numbered thlrtv-utin t:) i
twu (IW), In block numbered forly elu,i W
city of Cairo, ronnty of Alexander and Htut Trf
lllluol, herelafore levl ipon bt ineV. tlii or.m
urty of Edward P. OlUon, ander a ' , t
in jiiI Issued nut ufsnH Circuit Court at I llf
taiiceof suld mttetiliouse A llru., Mu,t ,l 2'
K.TIinmpuii ft " 1 8
Daud thla l.'ilh day of March, A. Il ism
JOHN llOlR'lis, specif
FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH iiS, 1879.
hi One 1 lundrod 'Volumes,
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i uiiliiliiiMwirk" Uin all topic which thu popular tuite ini'bt reaeouably be expected to embrace
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J. (. Wood,
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The piih'lMicrH have riiHenwireii 10 onus tne i.iorary w 111110 no-iin un" no- i"-on; a: itir)c 1 ncv
acioriii"' oiler It at a price which i far below the ai'ret'iite price of the volt men of which It U com
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Hulwer. Charles Klnnlcv.
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SHOP ON TENTH KTHKET,
(between Waihlngtou nd Walnut,)
Estimates 011 buildings, on losses by fire
or otherwise, made on short notice.
I.I. work Intrusted lo Mm will receive, prompt
attention and will lit) executed In sat slarlory
1) Y KI NO A XI) UFA 0 V ATI M i .
yoi.'R OLD CLOTHES
CAN B IIF:AlTlKl;lXt
DYED OK Jti:iAIRKl)
At a Triniiii,' Exieiike -C. O. I).
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
Ladle aud (lent' old brt made now
OK ONE OK
OK. KO KICKS'
IIEALTn RESTORING PADS
We will end one of our HEALTH KESTOH
INU PADS to anv Inialld allllt ted wllti Lint
Complaint. C1III.1.S and KKVEH, INDIOKM
1'IO.N. COSTIVE. NESS. Nemiua llevtirlie,
Dyspepsia. Nervous liehlllty anil Impure Hlood.
If' they will eend n their stniptonia and ad
(Ires aid at'ree to send u $.'.uil if it efTacl
a cure to their cuiirc sallslnt tiou, otheiHiw
t here Kill be no charize. U p will do thl to run
vim the public of the superior value M a
OF OUR PADS.
And that they will do all we ht A thiaoiT-r
Mil) Bt'cessarily be liinltetl In number, we hopo.
therefore, an early application Kill be aiade. Ad
dres. cry liespet tfuilv Y our.
1"J Elm ilrect, ( inrliiiiu,Obi(i,
Phyiriau peV In Terms of Pral-e In favor of the
Cincinnati. June 3i. HT3
Having had some considerable aeqaaintaiii e Uh
the operatlou of thu Pa l. I can coiitienrioaalf
recom uientl It a an excellent ren.eilv In all ihe dis
ease for which Dr. Kerbs counsel It uc.
Oil. J. IIALI.OWEI.L.
27ti uor;e Strret. 1 incitinau
Whal H.v. Jo-e:ih Eiier)', the WellkuuAn City
t I.SctsNATI. June Kl
HavitK hcl l..n t"imiijta!H'e with Dr Korhe.
I am stiftlecl that whatever he rn-ornmend bed,"
so co'iscieiitluus ) , unu will prove all thev prorime
HEV. JOSEPH EMKUT
Extract from a few of the .Vanv Letter frcUcuUr
receird tt the ((See.
One fay: "I lu l that vour Pad have aaved nir
Lfe " Auother ay: V ,ir Pail ha Just reached
uiy case. It ha entirely removed my roMlvenfM
and coiietu tjt Sick llcadai he." A nntl.tr rrttsx
'your Pad attendetl strictly lo bi sinsss. iiid In
f.irty eii'dl hour I fell a writ a vvur." Another
"Yonr Pad ha rnred ate of Hlllitiunes and a tor
pld Liv r. I am better than I hve been (q iirrl(
veare." Mtlll another suvs : I l ave endured all the
horrors sjronlrjK out of a torpid Lm r and Dtaperai'.a
After mini; your pad all these ill left mV.r' (an
more: "1 have ed yonr Pat! with perfectly situ
laetory n aul.e, and cheerfully recorueud them fc
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improveii'iitfl
on old om ; for milical or other ronipoiind, traje.
marks and label. Caveats. Assignment, luier
ference. Appeal. Suit for Ii.lnut'euitut. aul
all cae arising under the Patent Laws, prompt
Iv attcni'.e'i to inxeuinii mat nave (Hva
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