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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning: Daily In Southern Illinois
Largest Circulation ol any Daily in
K. A. Burnett, Publisher.
M.B. Harrell, Eilitor.
' Me. Buise's speech in the Senate on
., Monday was Quite flat. The Senator from
. Maine is evidently losing his grip. rSakiu
Advocate.. ; .
Mr. Blaine's speech in the Senate on
Mopday was quite sharp. The Senator
V front Maine oyidentlj' tightening his
'j? hW tKininundy independent., i
- And both editors express an honest con
vir.tion ! Oh ! nolitics T' "You re too
many for us." J'; 't'"r
At the close of tliewaj; tbe Rational debt
.. wiilcd a,SJO,000,000. This is equiva
'$fatotimtm a day;from"ilie time
' the war was commenced with 1 seventy-five
thousand men until it tlosod with eight
hundred thousand. And where did all
this immense sum go ? The pay roll of the
army fell short an average of $300,000 a
day ; the subsistence and ordinance depart
ments to less than $350,000 a day ; and the pay
and maintenance of the navy to less than
$250,000. Hero then is a legitimate ex
penditure of less than a million dollars a
day, and yet the cost of the war exceeded
' $2,000,000. For the other halt, the inquir
er is driven to the tremendous "jobs" of
the times ; the shoddy contracts, and
downright thievery. In no war that was
ever fought on earth did the victorious side
lay down its arms so disastrously robbed
" ' and plundered.
THE LOUISIANA TUMOR.
The evidence we publish elsewhere this
' morning, very plainly indicates the means
that wero adopted by Guv. Kellogg to ob
tain his seat in tho Uuited States Senate;
and the evidence we give below, obtained
by or for him within the succeeding twenty
four hours, shows the desperate means to
- which he is resorting to retain his scut.
.The reader of tho Murray testimony we
publish elsewhere, will bear in mind that
the allegation that Representative Thomas,
from Bower parish, whom tho journal of
the joint convention that elected Kellogg
shows was in his seat and voted for Kel
ogg, was not in his seat ; but at his board
ing house, suffering from an attack ot
emall-pox. Thomas was personated by an
other negro named Watson, entirely differ
cnt in heighth, color und general appear
ance. Singularly enough and wonderfully
' fortunate for Mr.Jielloirg, he found, right
I in the city of Washington, and on the even
ing of the same day the damaging facts
1 just recited came to liglit the very negro
man whom of all others in the world ho
" wanted to find! He found the very man who
blkpt with Thomas tho night before tho
meeting of the convention that elected
Kellogg; who sat by him in the convention
and saw him cast hU vote for Kellogg for
Senator 1 But the amount of credence that
- ought to be given to this conveniently found
witness, whose name is DeLacey, will ap
He swore, for instance, without hesitation
. or reservation Hint ho was bull-dozed out
" of Rapides parish, not by a few white men,
i , nor by an armed gang ; but by the entire com
munity. If this statement bo true if De
Lacey was so obnoxious" to the white men
in his parish that, as with the 'purpose of
ono mat), they arose and drove him out,
what is hit 'evidence worth? If, in this
matter, he tells it lie, us is clearly the case,
his testimony touching other matters is
: -j But DoLacy goes further. ,The whole
x immunity of Rapides not only conspired
against his life, but on his urrival La New
Orleans the Democrats prostituted
.character fur honesty. Uc declares that
wis never paid or promised a cont for toting
for Kellogg; but that going 'tor! to the
Nkhol'i Legislature; tho Democrat paid
him 500 for voting for Spofford. Thorovrcro
enough Democrats to elect Spofford with
out buying Republican votes; but then to
elect him without Republican support
would look "Docrcmentary." .
That all this, including his allegations re
specting Thoraus, is wholly and villainous
ly false is well established by tho attending
circumstances, and absolutely demonstrat
ed by the fellow's subsequent ross-exam-
ination. ' .
Question by Mr. Merrick. Thcu it was
true that you wero offered 200 to vote for
A.- YES, BIU, IT WAS TltUE.
Q. Didn't you say, this morning, that
you had never been paid or offered a cent
for voting for Kellogg? (Tho witness made
pn-jUily su:h a stateimnt, in very em
phatic terms )
A. no, sm, I DID NOT.
Q. But you now say that you were of
fered $200 to vote for Kellogg?
A NO, BIB, I DO NOT.
And in this manner this unhesitating
falsifier tore in shreds and . utterly
destroyed his whole testimony,
finally disclosing the fact that, on
the evening previous ho had met Mr. Kel
logg and had been in conference with his
Iriends tho over-cautious Kellogg publicly
rebuking-him for the visit during tho pen
dency of tho examination! Bah! Are not
such things absolutely sickening insuffera
ble, and most damning?
THE NEW rnoORAMMB A DESIRE TO LIMIT
DEBATE STATESMEN tONO TO BE AT
nOME AND REST SENATORS IN LINEN
COATS AND PALM LEAP FANS DEpXrTED
GLORY OF PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE ABOUT
onto roLiTica mr. m'ciiary'b nomina
tion LIKELY TO FAIL. I
From our Regular Correspondent. ,
Washington, June 5, 1879.
Now that the nominating business has
been finished in Ohio, the conflict between
congress and tho oxooutivs is again upper
most in politics, and the new Democratic
programme,or course of action, agreed upon
by the joint congressional caucus conieB up
for another seige of speeches in the senate
and house. It is, however, tho intention of
the majority to limit debate as much as
possible, with a view to economiso time
and hasten the hour of adjournment, Tho
excessively warm weather, and tho desire
to attend to long neglected home affairs
have made congress very impatient to va
moose this classic and historic steam chest,
founded by the father of his country umid
the swamps of the Totomic, and perfected,
as to its malarial influences by modern en
The Democrats in caucus have accepted
the plan of action, proposed by their com
mittee, with an unanimity that has surprised
themselves, and everybody seems to think
that the vexed question of appropriations
will soon be settled, and that congress will
adjourn as soon as the 20th of this month.
"So mote it be." Senators, not very pre
possessing in their best attire ot Prince
Albert coats, aud pantaloons bulged at the
knee, look altogether too common iu linen
coats and palm leaf fans. To. see Senator
Don Cameron in a very short blue jacket,
and Senator Booth in a cheap, crumpled
light coat, and Senator Maxey with red
stockings, and nearly all the
senators who wear black frock
coats enormously upholstered about
the shoulders, makes one think that the
classic toga, in which Brutus aud Cassius
and Metellus Cimber concealed their dag
gers was not such a barbarous uniform af
Washington has never been duller than
during the extra session. Pennsylvania
avenue, when compared with its mid-winter
thronged splendor, is a deserted street
Evca in the afternoon, when the depart
ments pour forth their thousands of pretty
girls and adonis like nialo employes, the
avenue is not cheerful. The clerks make
their way to their boarding houses in tho
city suberbs and country, by some other
rmte, Streets, like belles have their day,
and the glory of the Avenue has departed.
All the talk in political circles, last
night, was about tho Ohio nominations.
The Democrats, and especially those from
Ohio, ore jubilant. Even tho Thurman
men appear enthusiastic, although their
favorite was slaughtered. Congressman
McMahon expressed the general Demo
cratic opinion when lie said that Ewing and
Itlce was the strongest combina
tion that could have been made.
They argue in this wise: If Bishop
had been nominated, it would havo
been regarded as an entering wedgo for
Tilden, and hence unsavory to tho Thur
man people. If Rice had received tho first
place on tho ticket it would havo been a
Thurman victory, and the Tilden crowd
wOuld have been disgruntled. ' '
Ewing was not a prouounccd partisan of
either Tjlden or Thurman," and hence they
claim to have struck the happy medium
, and to have united all tho factions by torn-
THE 'DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
inating him and giving Rice a place on the
ticket. They Bcem to believe alw that af
ter a l'ittlo coquetting, the Grckibackcrs.
will withdraw their candidate from tho
field and leavo tho course clcaifor a race
between Ewing and Rice and Foster 8nJ
Hlckcnloopcr. They admit thai the ticket
will bo a weak one in Hamilton cbunty, but
hope to mako up any losses
Ito by in-
creased votes in tho other coun
es, on ac-
count of the good war records o:
ing and Rico.
' Republicans, who arc equally k well in
formed about Ohio politics say thaltho tick
et will bo easily beaten. If they rid had
tho making of tho ticket, they coujd not
havo set up ono more easily knockco down.
Ewing and Rico will not only bo wnk in
Hamilton county, but elsewhere in the
state, whero they least expect to md weak
ness. The houso committe on appreciations it
is expected, will report to-day a to-morrow
tho new army bill which mas been
agreed upon in caucus. The following
section will take tho place of t jo section
upon which the president based iiis veto:
"Section 0. That no money appippriated
by this act is appropriated or shall by paid
for the subsistence, equipment, transports
tion or compensation of an I,art of mo
army of the United Statto be used as a
polico force at the po at any eiecuon
held within any stat
Tho nomination Secretary McCrary
as Judge DillonVsucccssor was laid be
fore the senatccstcrday and referred in
the usual coue t0 1,10 cnimttco on 1,10
judiciary. Acre aro rumors this morning
that the rumination will not bo confirmed
by thy senate, and it is probable that the
facthat the candidate is said to lave writ
ten the veto message to the first army bill
may have something to do with it,
Why will you allow a cold to adi
vanco in your system and thus cncouraj.y
more serious maladies, such as Paeumon?,
Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when W
immediate relief can so easily be attairJd.
Bosehee's German Syrup has gained (he
largest sale in the world for the cur of
Coughs, Colds and tho severest lunDis
eases.lt is Dr. Bosehee's famous Germa pre
scription, and is prepared with ths greatest
care, and no fear need be entertabed in ad
ministering it to the youngest ciild, as per
directions. The sale ot this nedicine is
unprecedented. Since first iutrcluced there
has been a constant increasing ieinand and
without a single report of a f ailire to do its
work in any case. Ask your dnggist as to
the truth of these remarks. Lar;e size 75
cents. Try it and be convinced.
The Rose Red of Lemon's Pycs made
by WtUo, Richardson & Co., Burlington,
Vt., Is not a more desirui.iu noWor dyeing
silk, cotton or woolen goods, than the yel
low, scarlet, purple, blue, rtaroot, violet,
black, crimson, green or Irowa, out of
which colors can be obtained to any ex
Yoo Mist Cckb that Cocgii AVith
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you cm cure
yourself. It has established die tiet that
Consumption can be cured, while foiCoughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, A.sthna, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungf, it is abso
lutely without an equal, TwoddVes '-ill re
lievc your child of Croup, it is yieaiint to
take and perfectly harmless to the yewgest
child, and no mother can efford to bewith
out it. You can use two thirds of i Wlc
and if what we say is not true wo wi',1 re
fund the price paid. Trice 10 eta 50cts.
and 1, 00 per bottle. If your Lings are
sore or chest or back lame use Slu'loh's Pr
ous Tlaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.'.
Have you Dyspepsia, arc you Consipi.
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to ivc Shi-
loh s System Vitnlizer. It gunrarteed to
relievo you,and will you continue x suffer
when you cm be cured on 6uch terms as
these. Price 11 cents, and 75 cents. Sold by
Wkll's rersliu Perfume "Haclroetiick"
is rich and fragnnt try it. Sold by Barclay
Refulgent FAas-Theklndlinig health
asserts itself in the countenances of those
who after Buffering fir years with kidney
or liver diseases, coifjMneu wuu tyusujia
tion and pain from files, are restored to
health by taking Kilney- Wort. It removes
all morbific sections. Your druggist
A CAnD. To ill who ore suffering from
the errors and discretions of youth, ner
vous weakness early decay, loss of man
hood, &c, I wll send a recipe that will euro
you, free o charge, This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South
America, Send a svlf-addrisscd envelope ta
the Rcv.Jobeh! T. Ikm.vn, Station P. NeV
Envelops printed at theln,LETiN offlf0
$1.00 perM. Envelops firnished atl&t.
Louis wholesale List prices or tho ne30
pays. ' .
Harmless as milk, ii tho Perfected
Butter Color of Wells, Iiihordson iCo.,
Burlington, Vt. Thero is io longercither
excuse or necessity for usinrtho cruyo clr
preparations of our gramlnothcra which
could never bo depended uwn W unifor
mity, and tended ' to keen the bitter at
deprcwed valuation. For nlo Wall Drug'
gists and Merchants.
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenne and Eighth Street,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. ', 1
K. BROB8, PreBldcnt.
II. WELLS, Cannier. -
T. J. KKKTII, AMlatant Cublcr.
F. Broco, Cairo;
William Klnge, Cairo;
William Wolf, Cairo ;
It. L BIlUiiKitluy, Ht. Loula;
J. Y. Cluniaou, Caludoula.
1'cter Nutr. Cairo;
K. Hunur, Cairo:
AdKKBKAL BANKING BUBINEns DONE. Ex
change tola and bouirtit. Interval paid In tho
ilnca Uuportmuut. Collodion mudu and all
builnt'M promptly attended to,
JjJNTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31, 1869.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on dcponlta March lat and Sep
tember lt. Intercut not withdrawn i added Im
mediately ta the principal of tht) dtipoaiU, thereby
giving them compound interest.
X3T Children and married Vonun may deposit
monty and no one else ran draw It.
WALTER IIYSLOP, Treasoher.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HALLITUY, I'rpdident.
' H. L. 11ALI.IDAY, Vice l'reaidcnt. "
WALTER liYSLuf, l'uhier.
i. STAATS TATJX, W. P. IUU.1IUV,
IIKNHV L. HAI.LIUW, B. II. CTKMNOHAX,
B. D. WILLIAMSON, WKi-UEN BIRD,
II. H. CANUtE.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Dcpofiu received and a general bunking batincti
WHOLESALE WISES AND LIQUORS
U SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Foreign aud Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. GO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. 8MYTTI A CO. ha constantly a larca
Hock of the bent eodi iu the market an t'ive
expeclitl uttentlon to the wbolifule branch ef tho
Pi O E L L
Newspaper Advertising Iiurcan.
For Ten C'enlj: (mo btmlred piiire TainpliHt
with Lints ot Xewnpupnm md AdvertiHliijj llulef :
Fur Ten Dollar: Four Imen Ineortnd one week
In Three Hundred and lilt Xewepuper.
OMalncd for now Invention, or for Improvement
o old one: for medical or other couinoumla. tmitn.
intra iidu miiuiK. caveat, Aitnmeut, Inter
Atuuco, Appeula, Suit for liifrTnuemeut, and
N11 cp"cs nrUliiK under tho 1'iiteut Law, prompt-
MY UUU1II1UU 111.'
Iv uttotiilun to.
Invention that have been
RFi.l KflTKD !'y ,hu l'ulu"t 0IUcu m".v
u. Rolnu oppolto tbiitl. 8. 1'uleut Dunartuient,
IU IIIIIFI. CHPl'H. iiu imii nil. n III
nun eiiKH' " rnii'ui mimue excillHlvciy, we eou
muke doner aenrcbe, and necure Fntetit mora
promptly, and with broader rlulma, tbuu tbonu who
arr- remote from Waahlnirtnii.
T VPXTC UtS u ni0(lul or 'kn1'0 ot
lil i AiAi xvfiiOyour (IovIcmj wo muke ex-
aminntion aim aoviao u to patentamiiiy, ireo ol
cuiirue. ah r.orrvpoii(iene Ntnctiy connileiillHl,
Prices low, und no charm unlor 1'aUut l-m run d.
We refer Iu Wahliiuton, to Hon. l'otmaiur
Henerni v, ,-n. rpy, uev. r, v. rower, ino ucrniiin
Amvrlciin Nutionnl Rank, to olllelal Ui tlie l' s
l'ateut Oflleo, nnd to Henntora and Ri'pre(utmive
In Oonitre; aiidipeclally toonr olIenlH tn every
Htaie Iu the Union aud iu Canada. Addre
O. A. SNOW&CO.,
Opponllo Tatont OIBca. Waablnston D, C,
rpO 1NVENT01W ANP MECUANK'B.
PATENTS snd hovr ti obtnln them, Tampletof
60 paife free, npoB i rvci id ol ' Hlnmp fur poitau'
bolljJtort of 1'utunui, Uox 81,
' Waaklneton.l) X.
JUNE 11, 18T0.
That Door or that Iloor?
The A verill Chemical Paint
DOES NOT FADE or CHALK OFF, but
for many years, and will last MUCH LONGER than the best Lead
and Oil mixed in the old way.
IT IS A PURE LINSEED OIL PAINT.
ntEI'ARED KOR IMMEDIATE APPLICATION,
Inside and Outside White and any desired Shade or Color
Sold in packages to suit, very cheap.
Ask to be shown a sample card of tints. ' ' .
TO ASCERTAIN THE AMOUNT OF PAINT YOU REQUIRE,
Add the number of feet in width (front and rear) to the number of feet in length
(both sides); this multiplied by the average height, gives the unniU-r ot square leet to
be painted. This divided by 200 as one gallon of this paint covers 200 square feet
(two coats), gives the amount required in gallons.
Example Front, 20 feet.
Hear. 20 "
Side, 40 "
Side, 40 "
120 " 12 gallons for two coats.
Remarks. There can be no definite rule established as to the exact quantity it will
require; but the above is sufficiently near for all practical purposes. Should the surface
bo smooth and hard, less than the above would suffice; if rough and porous more.
BE NOT IMPOSED UFON BY BASE AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS. It
is a well-known fact that when the A verill Chemical Paint was first put upon the mar
ket, it was the only Paint of the kind that could be found. Its merits wero so great,
however, that but a few years had elapsed before worthless imitations began to appear
under the names of "Enamel," "Rubber," tfMixc.L' "Chemical ," "Liiiuia," and "Pre
our Paint to give entire satis'ttction in all cases, knd therefore wish it distinctly under
stood that wc do not enter into competition with the many awlteuatld and vvor.Tiii.t?s
Mixed Taints, purporting to be aimilur to the "Averill," which are now flooding the
market. AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT CO.
' BARCLAY BROTHERS, General Agents.
ARE YOU GOING TO PAINTP
THEN USE NEW YORK
Rondy for tic In White snrt ovit One HtmJn'd IMffc rent Color. nidu of nrlctly pure Whit'- I. ml.
Zinc nnil Llnrii'd Oil cbi-mlrallv combined, warranted iniirh llnnil-nmcr and ( Qckimt and to lart TWICE
A LONG hf Hiir other l'ulnt. 'll liar In kin the UllHT 1'KKMU'M at IHintv of t lie Male Kuir I the.
Ilium, and l on the flnen houwa in the rouutry.
u ii inn, mm ii iiu me niieri mju.i'. in uie runuirv. r.i. rcieiftuuri: ra. Jan. tuwi. i .
NEW YOKK ENAMEL TAINT CO: Oeutlemen. We have nold Urfe iiiaiititie ofytur hi :imrl
faint in thin rcciiun of the country, and all l urtn huvini; u-rU the name rwak liihlr of n ilnral.tlit v
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niiu iiiiiri, , UI1U I1IV HUM IIIV , uiiii p DbU HIUMim p jiir, bp i nu trF.ii . 1 iinv mil nv 11 ll ,H--"r jiQlUb
fur expo ure to heat and cold, and m.y one uniii! it ouce will nurely do fo ajraln. Yon hnv pml'.i.e to
uce our name for reference. lC lectfnllr. CUAI.KANT i t.H.U'K.
Addrens KV VOIflv KXAM K1 I'AIXT ( ' ).,
Sumple card free. ITx Trinte Mreet, Now Yu:k.
QLOSS OIL AXD YAKXISJI COMPANY.
173 Prince Street, New York.
Copal, Coach, Furniture, Daiaar and all other Varnishes, ,
Liquid and Japan Dryers and Gloss Oil.
Our cheap Glors Oil Yurnirh. .'cr the price, but no i(ual In the market.
OUR DRYKRS AUi: TIIK 33KST,
Dry quick and will mix with all kindrof oil.
OUU VA11NI8II.ES AllE THE BEST
And buvo no equal; fo couccded by the trade.
Wc have ever)' facility tn manufacture good of firft-rlnni quality at the lowc.t prlceii. as we bur for
prompt capb only, and huvc lur-e experience in the biifinena and nive the name pertonal atteutlou.
SAMPLES and quotations cnt with plinmrcnt any
STOVES AND TINWARE.
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKINQ cc HEATING
Tinware and Hollow ware of every
llccrwort'e old ttand.on Eighth etreet.
CA1KO, .... Illinois
ltoodtiB slid OiittpruiR uppclalty. All kind
f work fklllfully mxl protniitly performed and
price, made nut liifactory, t
K0EHLER BROS., Troprietorg, ' i
Cornor Wanhlnijtou Avenue and Elpht Street nd
Corner Elvvvnth and Wwhlnston Av.
, A fnil and complain aupply it ! beat' of 11
klndi meat ftlwaya on band.
You can do it with the
retains ITS FRESHNESS and BHILLIAXCY
REqURINU SO OIL, TIIISSEK 01; DKVLR.
Multiply Height, 20 "
St. IViemhurk' l a . Jan. lutli. lk77.
time. Solicltlnoonr order wc remain,
ENAMEL PAIXT & VARXISU CO.
CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR.
JOHN A. TOOK,
Caupenter and Conthactoi:,
SHOP OX TENTII STREJ r,
(between Wa hlnjjton and Walnut.) "
Estimates on IniildingH, on losses by tiro
or otherw isc made on short notice.
ALL work IntruMed to him will receive prompt,
attention, and will be executed in a at:alactory .'
HOOTS AND SHOES.
C.KOCH,. ; '
Maanfoeturcr and Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
. . . - 1 .
Leather1 and Findings
No. P0 Commercial Ave., Bet. Fifth and Sixth Stf .
I ' ' i f .i
4 CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Kcopa constantly on hand a lar(je amortmcnt of i
Gent and Udlca Boots and Shoei of all ntyles I
and tlxea. and of the very beat of 8t. Loula and J
Cincinnati Uand mado works aold cheaper than,
f 5l.f07l; ,n bcapr than like gooda can be bT f
Alo. on hand a tamo atk of Leather and
Findinga of all dekrlpUon, tola very (1om.