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TIID DAILY CAIRO HULLK
IN; FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1879.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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omciAL PAPER OF ALUXANDKU tOVNTY.
M.1J. Ilarroll, Kditor.
10R hCPl'.UME Jl'lKiK-HOL'TllERN OUAND
I heruby anuouno.; mylf a candidatu hpforf tlii
ropie. at the i'nuiii2 .Iiiim' elertlon. in the Kirl
Judicial IHctrlct, for (be ulta-of Jmlr of the 8n
unme court. JOHN 11. Ml'LKKY.
March Wth 187'J.
Rkitblican liitttT writ';rs complain thut
whihky is Bold iu Washington quite as free
ly oh ever. Tliii is a yrave charge ;iai n nt
D;mc.rftc'y. If they can't improve cm Ku
publican Boliriuty, the tact certainly is clam
ping and ouglit to be published every when;.
The DomomU achieved a nweeping vie
tory in Chicago, labt Tuesday, electing the
Mayor by a majority of about five thousand
votvn, and gaining complete control of the
rity. It in perhaps fair to way that tlio
tVfumunintic candidate drew somewhat
from the Republican vote; but upon no
reasonable hypothesis can the Democrats lie
cyphered out of a clear sweeping and tri
The liberality of Mm. Hayes ih akin to
hat of her husband. The greenhouses of
Cincinnati being unequal to the demand
for flowers for the children's home fair,
that is to be held the coming week, Mrs.
Hayes has agreed to supply the flowers
from the government conservatory. When
it i remembered that this conservatory is
maintained at the expense of the govern
ment, Mrs. Hayes' liberality takes the form
of aa extravagant and unwarranted use of
rther people's property .
Thk newspapers arc making a great ado
over the elopement of ex-Covcrnor Hub
lord's daughter with her fathers coachman.
All Connccticutt is aglow with excite
ment, nnd ' the Governor. utterly
pro&trated with grief, refuses to leave his
room. When we remark that the coach
man is a fine looking white man, of good
address, fair education, twenty-five years of
age, and given to do bad habits, Governor
llabbard will find very few kympathisors
among Western people, who yet hold to the
troth of tho adage : "Act well your part;
there all the honor lies." The testimony
all goes to show that Frederick Sheppard,
the coachman in question, acted the part of
coachman exceedingly well, and was no
louch as a gallant, either. "Codfish aris
tocracy," is what is the matter with the
It is quite impossible to account for the
Cincinnati Commercial's continued hostility
to the jetty system, as applied by Captain
Eads, if we deny that the owners of the
paper arc interested in the Ilaratariacsual
or some other rival project. The fucts of
the case, an certified to by the government
engineers, warrant tho statement that there
are twenty-six feet of water between tho
jetties, whereas, three years ago there were
Ivan than six feet. A pecuniary interest
ia a rival project would suggest the state
ment of the Commercial, that the jetties arc
a failure. Facts of which every man con
nected with the commerce of the Alissis
ippl valley is cognizant, warrant the state
ment that vessels of the largest size that
ruaeh New Orleans pass and repass the Jet-.-
tU'l a half dozen times a day, without ob
- rtruction or detention. Au interest in a
rival project would suggest the statement
4if tho. Commercial that the jetties are a
'job," from winch the iieople will dcrivo no
benefit. Not one of the Commercial's
statements harmonizes with the facts us
they are known to cUt; but every one of
them betrays an unwillingness to accord to
Cuptaln Lads the benefit of what is noto
riously true. That a great uewspsper lilte
iao Commercial ihould, by Uiameful dto(-
a's of accomplished f.iets, subject itself to
most damaging suspicions, passes oui com
prehension. The paper has become wild,
reckless, desperate, and surprises n fur
greater number of people than it convinces
or exasperates. '
Tiik result of the election in Chicago has
a national significance, because the I!"pub
lioan party fought the battle on party issues,
including the crimson nether garment,
confederate biigadiers and ull. The Chi
cago Times, by no means partial tn the
Democratic, party, says that early and late
"the U-publican speakers dwelt on the, im
portance of carrying Chicago for the sake
of its effect on the coming presidential
campaign. The ensanguined nether gar
ment was flaunted us never before. It was
everywhere announced, "by this sign we
conquer or go to our political grave."
To such an extent were national
questions forced tn the front that
the politicians in Washington became
intensely interested in the contest, and
even such prominent leaders in the j-orty
as Blaine and Conk'.ing sent word that a
Republican victor)1 in Chicago would give
the key-note to the pending national cam
paign, ainl that defeat hero would cast
gloom over the whole party. The battle
on the bloody shirt iaMie has been fought
and lost. There can be little doubt that
the decision of the people in this city will
have its effect on the managers of the party
nt large, and that the gory garment will
for a time be hung on the fence for a bleach
ing." Democrats should gather fmsh in
spiration from this result, organize and
work for victory in 1SS0, and Illinois will
Ik tiieke is one thing in American poli
ties more stupendously absurd than another
it is the ft mjIikIi pretense of republicans
that the Republican party is the govern
ment. Every attack made upon the pure
ly partinn measures of the Republican par
ty, is "an attack upon the government."
The attempt of Congressa majority of
both hmiscs to repeal an obnoxious law
that renders our' elections a farce that
place soldiers at our polls and puts tho so
called fred men of the country under the
s irveillancc of characterless and conscience
less members of the Republican party called
"supervisors" or "marshals" the attempt
to repeal this purely partisan law, is denom
inated "another rebel assault upou the Un
ion of the States and the constitution of the
country ."' A few days ago Congressman Gar
field speaking for the minority in Congress,
threatened the majority that if it attempted
to force the repeal of that law, the i-eenes of
1861 would be re-enacted. 1 1 is fellow Re
publicans congratulated him, and every Re
publican paper in the country, caught up
his words and published thein under start
ling head-lines, as embodying a sentiment
that would set the North in a blaze! And,
has it come to this, that a majority may
not dictate the policies of the government
without being threatened with civil war, as
a consequence? Is Republican ascendancy
the curse of the land for the. fourteen
years past to go down, if it go down at all,
in the throes of battle and carnage? Are
the people willing to surrender the very
foundation stone of our governmental struc
ture the right of the majority to rule
at the bidding of an impudent and
reckless minority? Such is the demand.
and Republican newspapers echo and ap
plaud it. It is a most dangerous and a rev
olutionary claim would take power from
the hands of the many and givu it to the
few; would result in the utter instruction
of the essential republican feature of our
form of government, nnd lead to a
centralism, but little less rigid
than the absolute- monarchies of tho old
world. Hut go on, gentlemen. If you
think yotf can produce a condition of af
fairs that Democrats cannot endure quite as
patiently as Republicans can, just go ahead
Bnd enforce the experiment. Hut have a
care, as you go ahead, for, let the present
be what it may, there is certain to come a
day of reckoning.
IivciiT muuiber of the Iouisiana return
ing board tho secretary, the Republican
attorney and all the clerks every soul who
had an insight into the villainy of that
damnable conclave, has been paid "hush
money" by the man in the White House,
who protitted by the perjury and damning
rascality of the proceedings. Can any
honest Republican scan the following list,
without a flush of shame without feeling
that his party won the presidency by means
most foul, corrupt and perfidious? If ho
can, may the Lord have mercy on the hard
ness of his cheek :
Men connected with the returning board.
J.Madison Wells, president returning board,
surveyor port ol New Orleans f 4,500;
Tims.' C. Anderson, member returning
board, deputy collector pnrtol N. O. fll,
1)00; I.. M. Kcunr, member returning
board, deputy naval officer 2,500; G. Casa-
i .i ...
nave, member returning boind, I nubi-r of
U. H. storekeeper, N. 0. 91,400; (.'has. 8.
Ak-ll, member returning board, inspector
cuBtotn hobc 2,D0J; York A. Woodwark.
clerk returning board, clerk custon house
$I,WO; W. M. Geeii, clerk retuniiii' board,
clerk custom house $ 1 ,0'JTt ; 15. P. Uhiiehurd,
clerk returning board, clerk custoii house
1,400 ; (i. 1'. Davis, clerk relurniiy board,
clerk custom house 1,200 ;Chus. Ilil, clerk
returning board, cleik custom house $ 1,100
Geo. Crindley. clerk returning board, clerk
custom house .'yl.OOO; J no. Kay, counsal for
returning Ue.id. special agent treasury de
partment a ml counsel for Mr. Nhennan $3.
,101); S. S. Wells, son of J. Madison Wells,
inspector custom house Of)."); A. t'. Wells,
sun of J. Madison Wells, special deputy
suivcyor, N. Y $1,.100; F. A. Wooltley,
uilidavit taker, United States commissioner
fees; It. M. J. Kenner, brother returning
board Kenner.elerk naval ollice C0O. livery
scoundrel of them, from the greatest to the
least, fed and clothed at public expense,
lest he might open bis mouth an;l tell the
blasting story. "( 'i ! shame," etcetera.
Food lu. I)n;iTi;u imperfectly norisbes
the system, since it is only partially assim
ilated by the blood. Pule, haggard mor
tals, with derpeptio stomachs, impoverish
ed circulation and weak nerves, experience
a marked nnd rapid improvement in their
physiciul condition by availing themselves
of that sure resource ol the sick and debili
tated, llostetter's Stomach Hitlers. This
genial tonic nnd alterative lends an impe
tus to the processes of digestion which in
sures an adequate development of the ma
terials for blood, fiber, and muscular tissue,
Moreover, it soothes and sir n;;thens over
wrought or weak nerves, counteracts a pen
dency to hypoehondria or disptmileney, to
which dispeplic aud billions persons arc
peculiarly liable, and is an agreeable nnd
wholenome appetizer and promoter of re
pose. The iutirmities ofage, and of deli
cate female constitutions, are gently reliev
ed by it; and it is a reliable preventive of,
am) remedy for, malarial fevers.
A Cakd. To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, &c, I will send a recipe that will cure
yon, fkki; ok CHAIU.K. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in Sju'Ii
America. Send a half-addressed envelope to
the Rev.JosKiMt T. Isman, Station 1). Bible
House, New York City.
ep.VX SALE NOTICE.
To.Inmei. M. llrynnt and ill otherK coiireined:
Yuu are hereby notitled thai at a miu of Isuda for
the delinquent iati county and illHtriet Kchool laxea
of the year Islfimid CoIk. In Id m I he conrt houRC
door In Cairo, Alexander county. HHiioi". oa the
18th (la;1 of July. A. I). lS. J piirelMHi-d the Mouth
eaftCjiiarter ixe of Houtheat qtnn-irr (ne1,) (
linn live i.ii, towiisliip fimrteeu I I i. enuth rauce one
(l)wiH; said tnii't beiiiL' aiwefn-d in the name ot
yuu. the nnd Jain' h M. Bnunt.niid i-ituated iu naid
county und Hate, nnd that the time iiuu by law
for the redemption of nuid luud will expire on the
Hill day of July, 1ST!. JAMKm IlL'si:
Cairo. Illinois April 2d, 1ST.
ep.X HALE NOTICE
To Newell Hauilell'a heirn rif I ill olli'Tit coneerned ;
You ure hereby notitled thin ut 11 nr of land' for
the ilclinqiint Hate, county di-tiii t aehool and olh
ei taiteM nt the year Is.Sand coIk. held at the court
lioiise ilunrlii the city of Cairn, connlv of Alevan
iKr nnd state of lillnoi-, on the lllst dHy of Julv, A.
11. 1".", I pun hiwed the eut sotith went of the
north e-t quart'T ol aeciiua s' l. u (7). towu-lilp
I'oui tieii i; 1 1, n.ntli riiii'e three .,!) v.psi; ai,l tre.et
beinj s-e-M'd in t:ie iiaine of yoa tin said Newell
KminilH heirs, und "itUHled In said rontitv und
Sinte. nnd i hat i'ii' time irin u by law for the re
demption of 10.. d laud will expire on the ulxl duv (.f
J uli, IS'.!.
V. ". V. KAXDALL. l';ir-h-T,
Cr.iro, I;!.. April 'Jd. 1H7M.
'PAX SALE NOTICE.
Tn Thoman Little aud nil others coniv-n'-ii :
Yon ure hereby notllied that ut a ml.: ofliniH- for
tli ii il' liiKpieut stale, county and district r hooi ar.d
olh'-r tuxe, of the year lSiii and costs, held lit tie
court house door In Cairo. Alrxunutr countr, Illi
nois, on the thirty. rst day of .Inly. 1T7, Timothy
Mimley puichaseil tho nor'lh east r. of the. nurlh
east f of seetlou twenty three Cil), township lit
teen tlSi, rauu'e two ( J) wet; aul l tract beini; lis
sesmd In the name of yoil the said Thomiia Little,
and siluat d in said county and stste. and that the
lime given by law nr the redemption of euld land
will cxpnu ou Hie tweiitv I rst duv or July, IS, 9.
TIMOTllV M AN LE i , Turohasir.
Cairo, April lid. K?j.
JOTH;E OK riNAL SETTLEMENT.
i.statk or H11.1.MM HKArxtis, ur.cr.in)
State of Illluoln, Alexander counly, h.
To the helra und creditors of said estate:
You are hereby notified that on Tuesday, Hip Etid
duv of April, 17(1, the adininlsiruliix of siild enii',
will present to tut' enmity cotnt of Alexander
county, al Cairo, Illinois, her tleal report of
her nets and doing as such administratrix,
aud ask the court to bu discharged from any
and all farther dutie and responsibilities connect.
ml with said estate, and her administration thereof,
at which time and plai e, yon may be present and
nailsl such application If vo'i choose ho tn do.
CANOLINE WALK Kit
formerly Carolina liracken. Administratrix.
By virtue of a apodal execntlnn to nie directed, by
tbn dcrk of the Circuit Court of Alexander County, In
the Slate of Illinois, In favor of Wuuil Klttenhoiise
and Joseph II. RitU'iihoiisK. a parlners
roinposln the firm nf Wood Kltlenliimu
A llro.. and against Samuel K. Thump
ton, John Sinnot and Edward V. Ollson. as part
tiers cointiosltiB the arm of S. K. Thompson ftt;o
Ulntll offerfornule nt public vendtioat the wenerler
door of the Court House, iu the City of Culni,
Conuty of A exandi r and Statu of Illinois, on the
TENTH DAY 0)7 APK1L, A. I, IH7D.
at tl o'clock a. in., tbu following described property
to wlt; Lo's numbered thlrtv oue i :11 1 and thirty
two CW). 1" block numbered fortyliiht i IS), hub'!
eltv of Cairo, county of Alexander ami Stl of
HlitiolM, heretofore levied npon by me as the prop
erly of Edward 1'. (I Non, under a writ of attach
in jut Issued out of suli4 Circuit Court ut the in.
stnni'ROf said Kittenhousc A llro., against said M
K. Thompson A Co.
Pale d this tMh day of March. A. r 1H79.
JOHN lliilltiK.S, sin'rlft".
pOUKCI.OHUltE OK MOKTOAOK. "
State or Illinois, (Circuit Court of AleTander
County uf Alexander i County, May p rin A. b. 18711.
l'etcr Kobler vs, unknown ln-irs of W II Hani llhh rs,
Foreclosure of inorlBiiie. In chnnrerv.
Affdavlt lmvntf been tiled III th" office nf Ibe
clel K of said (Jin Hit court of Ale.miuli r imihi ,. UHt
the above named defendnnta. the lelis "I W ill ium
hlihrs. ilefeased, on due and can fnl Inijiiirv caie
not rsi found, notice Is hereby 2hen tn n,,. ,),,.
f. niliints. that the complainant tl.d t, ,M (m 0f
complaint in said court on tbeeliaurery side theri'ttf
mi the :tlst day of Mureh, A. I). Is'.'i," nill ,h(lt ,
munitions thereupon Issued out ol an i i,lllt H,,njnKt
said defetidiints, relnrnuble on the 1 1 1 r-1 1 Mmi.Tuv of
.Mav, A. 1. H7V, aats by law rcqulieil.
Now, then-fore, tinlesa you, the li niiknuvin
heirs of William I'.blers.ilm'ea-eil. i.LI; ,rrtiHlly
bu uad uppear before the said cin lit i-,M1 , x.
anditr cmniiy on the first dnrof the next ti-rin ihi-re-
of, to hi-bolden at the court hti" in , .
Cairo. In said eonntv, on the third Monday i, v
A. li. iNiH, aim tiieaii, answer o l emtir t,i n, -..la
cinpuiiiaiifs bin of eompuim, u,,, ' ."'
y,,u kwM ,u lh" "Tn .1 Tnrl-r n
In Out? Hundred Volumes,
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it sci'im.ils r.(u:s ok skkst issthutivk kkapisu.
.Suld upon TYrniKwfclcn l'lurr tl Within the Jle.e h ol All.
iuiok a (it;AIA'K: oi- TH km 'ki.i.km i :
Aliionu iu million, u.-e
, ,,,, ' ... rwr....
I'liiine IU( km.
Ini ou Abbott,
lolin . lirapprr.
U ilkie I'nlllni..
.1. i. Wood,
U. I.. (Talk,
John h. , . Abbot,
Hie pnldl-herH liae nid. nuired to btli: tho Library within the mi aim of the people Utw. I liev
seionlinely otli r It nt a piiee nbleh Is I'nr below tlm heu'reiinti- price of t tin uilnima or which li in coo;
poced No other celeetlon ol I ooki. prmnta mi Mird d and ho lar'e i;ti amount of rrariiue mntu-r for
the money, us The I'. o;ileV I llirmy. rheap It is. however, It mind be beyond tlm ineaua of many In
dividtiaU who would uiadiy mail tbenicelvti' ol lt nihantii ; mid auoidii.elv the pntiHi-hera ni;qei
th.it in sueh eai-eii the co o)i ratie plan ol pun hiirc be adopted. Inoiery illuje und country district
cluliii cun be formed, mi tlmt f .pi-h cubKcrilier euu have, for n siruill leve-tnieiit, the I re uko and nrt
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by pic inz (5 1 aeh ; KIITY pi-muui, at Switch, or tNh UL'MHlkl) 'n roi.-, by paving SI each, ean e
cure The l'eoplr'n Library.
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NOSIH TTI.K TOTHltKAl)
nnil Kapidl) .
The' Host Sewing Machine in the World!
Agents Wantt?d IvtM'y wliurc?.
WflEELKR S: WILSON MANUFACTURING CO.,
NO. 415 XOHTII KIKTII STBKKT,
C. HAN :nty,
1 1 t i ni 4 til i.i
LI PR ASSORANCE SOCIETY
ASSETS, ,IrjK 1, 1STH,
Suriilus over Six Million Dollars.
Tlio Most imporUnt (piestion for those insuring their live is -WJUCM COM
PANY IS STRONGEST?"
Tlio strongest company is the one which has the most ixillaiis ok wr,i.t. iNvrntij
ASSETS KOK KVKHY IHII.l.AIt OK L1AU1LIT1UI.
Of the seventeen largest Life Insurance Conip.-uiies of the United States, the vatio
of assets (excluding premium notes) to liabilities, the Kquitahle is largest, being 121.01)
The second largest is 119.77, and the third largest 117..'J2.
I tf-Thesc figure are from the official rciort or the New York Insurance Depart
ment, June 1, 1S7K.
Grow more popular every day, and are made
AG ION TV OITTCK:
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lotion. II. Hi
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be expected 10 euihrnce
harlt : lli ade,
( has Nordhnfl,
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Sunin I nmili
of no ntnl i iilture ami recreation to the inot re
I'rotherM. Nev to!, i .eii.h elj f,)r II. Deibv
IIKHHY i CO , Coluiiibun, Ohio.
AWARDKI) A FIRST
PA HIS KX POSITION,
Si. I -ouis, AIo.
TDK DAILY HUUCTIN.
.... : Tim (.'aim J'.nllelln enter npon il
HII Ull t' uth vr;ir with a cuiupMu new
out ill und a deteroilnulion to muJc
It III ull reauLcU wurthy the unnpor
of its palroua.
U'u'dislieil l-ACj-y Morning,
MOMMVS 1( XI KIT T.ll.
ill will eiiiliiaie u, iM cruluinna .i..y
'or fncli character as ut- iru'. st.n.i
proie theeiBal of tue cticapi-S a.-i
AAA AAA ronU;mp(irar:cs.
wlil.ns I! ha al'.-.-.ja doi.r. udvivau
the priiicipli-s o! :he lleiuucrat.c par
ty. holdinmhat I jt y emhi.av the ui
.pnr.riples upo;. which a repobltrbi:
i;o. romcni can be adininlritred.
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...... iwronu It will d'liouncc. fcnrlessly.-
II V 111 always hewing to the lius, ir.d let
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HEALTH ItESTOWKG PADS
Wo will send oui! of our HEALTH ItEfiTOL
I NO I'AHfj to nay luvalld utl'.icted with Llvor
I ompiuliit, (HILLS and IKY Jilt, INDR.Kb
VION. COST1VKNESS. t-noua Headarhe.
Iiyspepsln. Nervous iJuhllit;' rnd Impure Bloou.
if they will send Us tin i r symptom nnd aii
dress and ai'ren lo send j-jt) t j;
a cure to their entire, ' it.s'u-- i.,,,, t,uii is
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vim e thu public of the si.pei'.or vi.lu: m a
OF OUU PADS.
And that they will do all we oar. As this oT r
will necessarily be limited in number, we hop ,
therefore, au early application will hn made. Ad
dress, cry Kespectlully Yonra,
7l Elm stin t, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Physicians apeak In Terms of Praise lu lavor of thi
Cincinnati, June V, ikts
Ilavlni: had aomecnnslilorahle eiuulntance wilh
the operiitliiii of tbu I'H'I, 1 call coiii:ienc!iiu'
recoiiiineiid It us an t xeelli nl n n.eily in all Ui
ease for which Dr. Forbes counsels its ttsr.
Hit,. I. HAI.LOWELL,
!)7H Oi orun Siriicl, Cincinnati.
Whiit Hit, Joseiih Emery, Ihu ell known Cl.'y
Oiniisnati, .hitman, IfTI.
Ituviiin had loii(JHCfiilntiiiice with Dr. Kurlc,
I urn aiillslleil Ibitl w uuieviir he reconimi'tula lei doea
an const leiicloiisly, and w ill prove nil they promise
, HKV. JOSEPH EMKIIY.
KxtrucU frm a rew; or the Muny Lctlan frotiueatlr
ivri lied ul the Olllcti, '
One nt"i--"I feel linn umr l'ml have sansl mr
lift'." Aiiolliersnys!-- "Your J art lias Just renrtiixt
nisi'. IL iiiin elillri'te f.iu,.., . .1 ... ...uil.
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niiii ,,.i .j,,. ... , ., n ii. mini 111-, J lllll r er v rites ;
-Vmir Pud iiiteihlml straiij to bnslt.iKH, nmi in
forty eliibt hours I Vl(nwpll nacvi-r." Atiothni '
"Your Pud lis sen red unuil LlilinUM.i.s ami a tor'.
plH Li vt r. I in loiter th tin I )iv in in i-t t, ntr
veim" Still another -ius:- uve vlidtireil all tt,.!
liurroia roin mil m'u torpid L-ier i -ml Oysprpsl
Ai'urusliitf your pud all ihosuilla left inu.'' One
mure!- "l liuve used ytmr Puds wllii ierfiK-tlf ali
lartory rxm.l.it, und ilivcrfuliy rt'eoiiiend tlicm to