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DAIL CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1879.
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"E. A. Burnett. Cairo. Illllnolt "
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDEK COUNTY.
onlyMornin? Daily in Southern Illinois
Largest Circulation of any Daily in
K. A. Burnett, Publisher.
M.B. Harrell, Editor.
The Boston Traveler says: "The hope
of the country is the great West and free
labor." A candid admission on the part of
this organ that New England is getting to
be a very small fraction indeed. The erec
tion of the feudal system and the preva
lence ot white slavery in Xew England are
melancholy facts which are having their
It is claimed (but nobody up this way is
disposed to concede it) that the wheat crop
of Georgia, now being harvested, will aver
age forty bushels to the acre. We consid
er ourselves tolerable wheat-growers in
Southern Illinois; but are well satisfied
when we harvest twenty bushels to the
acre. In exceptional cases from thirty to
forty bushels are raised, but these exeep
tions are few.
Siiall Federal bayonets surround our
, voting places? Shall voters be subject to
arrest, without cause, and without process,
by ruffianly and irresponsible deputy U. S.
Marshals, appointed, in the main, because
of their conscienceless ruffianism? And
shall our poll books and tally sheets be sub
jected to the inspection or revision of election
supervisors, who may or may not, arbitrar
ily defeat the expressed will of the people?
The Democrats thunder "NO !" to each and
all of these interrogatories; and the buttle
of 18S0 will tell whether the voice ot the
Democracy, upon t'.iese issues, U the voice
of the people.
The Louisville Courier-Journal states a
fact that admits of record proof when it
says that, duaing the last four years, the
Democrats havo saved $102,11,241 OH to
the country in economy in appropriations,
Had not the Democrats secured a majority
in the Forty-fourth house, and in subse
quent congresses, the Republicans would
have gone on increasing the appropriations
and paying rebel claims by the million
They have struggled and kicked against
every effort of the Democrats to cut down
expenses and to reform the departments,
but it is gratifying to record the large sav
ing effected by the Democratic party.
Religious services in Columbus, Missis
nippi, were interrupted, lust Sunday, by a
negro dashing into the church, down the
aisle and up into the pulpit, closely pur
sued by another negro armed with an axe
and resolved on bloodshed. The pulpit
proved a place of refuge the muscular
preacher standing at the entrance and de
fied the infurated negro to enter at his per
il. After surveying the size of the minis
ter's fists, and the breadth of his shoulders
It was not a difficult matter . to oursuado
the colored axeman that it would be con
ducive to his health to vacate the sanctu
ary, which he did without standing on the
order of his iroing, two minutes.
The Cincinnati Gazette has long been
appalled at the wickedness of the South,
and especially at the wickedness of its
neighbors directly accross the Ohio. With
in the month past the Louisville Courier
Journal ha completely turned the tables on
the Gazette, ami creuted quit; a bieeze about
the wickedness of Ohio. Column upon col
umn of the C.-J . were given up to the detail
of Ohio murders, rapes, seductions, robber
Je,burglaric, cases of arson, bigamy, incut
ad of all the crimes the wickedness of
the human heart has yet conceived. The
showing was really apalling, and Ohioaus
who had been deploring the wickedness
; 4f the South, were co upe led to bring their
thoughts homcwarda find to contemplato
their own atrocities. Feople everywlicro
wore amazed, and not a few of them ngrecd
that, wicked as tlio 6tates of tlio South aro
known to be, tlio fact had boon mado to
stand out in bold lclief that Ohio is the
wickedest state in the Uni" n.
Memphis and New Orleans arc crema
ting such of their pestilence-breeding offal
as can readily be disposed of in thut way,
and the balance is either buried or thrown
into the river. A few cases of malarial
fever liavr been reported; but the health
officers protest most solemnly that there
lias not been a case of sickne's9 in either city
that has been characterized by any symp
toms that argued the presence of the yellow
fever poi.son. As the time of year for the
appearance of the scourge is now near at
hand, alarming reports will probably reach
us every day. Sporadic cases may occur.
They do, almost every year, but as they
cause no alarm in the South, we should, at
a distance of eleven hundred miles, regard
them with indifference, if we give them a
thought at all.
Nearly or quite all of the witnesses thus
far examined in the Spofford-election con
tests, were members of the Packard Legis
lature. Every one of these members con
fesses himself guilty of crimes of which
imprisonment iu tlio penitentiary is the
punishment prescribed by law. With an
effrontery that would shame the devil these
villains confess that as members of the
Legislature they accepted bribes, and that
since that time they voluntarily sought
opportunities to commit perjury. One mau
testified that he committed perjury throe
times, having no other object in view than
"to learn how affidavits were made." It is
perhaps needless to state that these crea
tures are" Louisiana Republicans of the
kind that made up thePackara Legislature,
and swore Mr. R. B. Hayes into the' presi
dency of the United States. But this story
of human perfidy and depravity is not
yet finished. These witnesses, voluntarily
testified before New Orleans authorities
that ihey were either paid for their support
of Kellogg, or counted as among his sup
porters when the fact was that they were
not present; and they started from New
Orleans, solemnly avowing their purpose to
repeat the same testimony on their
arrival in Washington. But on leaving
New Orleans two of Kellogg 's strikers were
seen to board the cars with them. The
shameless recantation of their New Or
leans affidavits, and the substitution of the
most transparent and self-cou-tradictory
falsehoods, tell, as plainly as words can tell,
how foully they were corrupted by the Kel
logg strikers while en route for Washing-
Without any pretense that their New
Orleans depositions were purchased or
mVnti li rwliti ilnric; tlini lint.lnutiiiwrlt' .ni,.
....van .....v.--, .....j v...-
fess that they causelessly and wickedly
hunted up the opportunity to perjure them-
1 A 1 . .1. .
selves, aim u is upon me testimony oi
uch men as these, and upon records made
by such men, that William Pitt Kellogg is
trying to defend his right to the seat he
disgraces in the Senate of the United States.
It is a sickening spectacle to honest men,
and presents Republicanism in Louisiana
in its true colors.
Washington, June !i, 179.
The desire among congressmen to get.
away from Washington for the season is
very great. Senators and representatives
are leaving every day. The vote to-day on
important questions connected with the ap
propriation bill ami the Warner coinage
bill will therefore be small. It is impossi
ble to form any accurate idea of the course
legislation on these subjects will take, but
the probability is that both the appropria
tion bills will speedily pass the house, and,
on some day of the present week will pass
the senate. There is of course no valid
reason for a veto, no bills ever intioduced
being less subject to criticism except as to
the unnecessarily largo amounts appropria
ted, but it is not. likely that Mr. Hayes will
vetoe them. Tlio radicals, and among
thera we must now count Mr. Hayes, have,
however, a habit of fighting anything that
is Democratic, and a veto of the ten com
mandments, if presented by a Democrat
and endorsed by a Democratic committee,
aud passed, as of course they would be, by
a solid Democratic vote over factious radi
cal opposition, would be iromptly vetoed
by the man who got ollice through viola
tion of most of the ten. The idea of a fren
ballot, a fair jury, or any restrictions upon
the use of the army in time of peace, is
equally distasteful to them.
The united ami enthusiastic support Gen
erals Ewiug and Rice receive as candidates
for governor nnd lieutenant-governor of
Ohio ii gratifying to every Democrat
whether he holds the Ohio or New York
idea upon money matters. ' To curry Ohio,
as it now seems certain wo shall do, is to
make Democratic success certain in 1870,
and in the keeping of Democrat the gov
emmeut's credit and the people's rights
... equally Mt. Tho nomination
were admirable. That of General Ktcu
ought to be worth thousands of votes among
those soldiers of the late war tor whoso in
terest he has done more in tho past four
years than any half dozen other congress
men. One effect of the nominations made in
Ohio, both Republican and Democratic,
is to draw attention to the Presidential con
test of next year, and tho probable candi
dates of the two parties. What Ohio lias
lone does not, of coure, definitely settle
tho matter lor cither party, but the
nomination of Foster is looked upon by
many radicals as the hardest blow yet giv
en to the Grant movement, and as reduc
ing the contest on that side to Sherman,
Blaine and a few other politicians of prom
inenceperhaps as somo profess to believe,
to Sherman and Blaino alone. On the
Democratic side the candidates arc so many
and so good that tho question of avalibility
will be the one haviug greatest weight It
is noticeable that Mr. Tilden's friends no w
claim that neither Thurmau nor Ewing can
get the necessary votes,added to the 138 con
ceded from the South, to carry the election,
and Tildcn, with perhaps Randall for Vice
President, or, at any rate with his active
support, could carry New York, Connecti
cut and New Jersey, which would be
enough, ami probably Pennsylvania.
A MATTER OK INTEREST TO TRAVELERS
Tourists, emigrants and mariners find that
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is a medical
safeguard against unhealthful influences,
upon which they can implicitly rely, since
it prevents the effects that an unhealthy
climate, vitiated atmosphere, unaccustomed
or unwholesome diet, bnd water, or other
conditions unfavorable to health, would
otherwise produce. On long voyagt s, or
journeys by land in latitudes adjacent to
the equator, it is especially useful as a pre
ventive of the febrile complaints and disor
ders of the stomach, liver and bowels,
which are apt to attack natives of the tem
perate zones sojourning Or traveling in
such regions, and is an excellent protection
against the influence ot extreme cold, sud
den changes of temperature, exposure to
damp or extreme fatigue. It not only pre
vents intermittent and remittent fever, and
other diseases of a malarial type, but eradi
cates them, a fact which has been notori
ous for years past in North and South
America, Mexico, the West Indies, Austra
lia and other countries.
Oi h Austiiai.iax Tii.vDE Since the es
tablishment of the Pacific line of steamers,
the trade between the United States and
Australia has increased wonderfully, and
Hall's Balsam, for coughs, colds and all
lung diseases, is now a regular article of
export to that country, ami cne of their
You Must Clue that Colt.h. With
Shilob's Consumption Cure yon can cure
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lievo your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to theyounirest
child, and no mother can cflbrd to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true we will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. .lOcts.
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Hat?: you Dyspepsia, arc you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can he cured on such terms ns
these. Price 10 cents, aud 7) cents. Sold by
Well's Persian I'eituim: vHackmetack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
No eloquent tongue or pen is needed to
commend Cousscns' Lightning Liniment to
an appreciative public, as a cure for Rheu
matism, Lame jlacK, Neuralgia, Bruises,
Sprains, Corns nnd Bunions. It is also nr.
equaled as a remedy fur the ills that eon,,
tnonly ufllict horses, such as Spavin, Ring
bone, Galls, Scratches, etc. Warts and
Knots, being easily removed by its use.
Try Cousscns' Lightning Liniment, and you
will want no other. Price .,0 cents a bottle.
Kor sale by Barclay Bros.
Deah Bell Our commencement ex
ercises ure over. I have received my di
ploma, and am now ready to enter with zest
into the pleasures of gay society. Attired
becomingly in a pure white robe, such as
angels might love to wear, I took a prom
inent part in tho musical exercises in the
evening. Although I had contracted a
severe cold a few days before, I was en
abled by the use of CotisFcns' Honey of
Tar, the best remedy in the world for
coughs, colds, nnd all diseases of the
throit and lungs, to sing so well that , I
completely enraptured u large audience.
Tell uncle John that the use of that valua
ble compound, Coussen's Honey of Tar,
will cur,e his cough. It is only 50 cents
bottle, and can be bought at Barclay Bro's.
thug store. Yours in haste, '
Qukky. Why will men siiiokc common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro's
' Seal of North Carolina" at the sumo pricel
Chew Jackson's best Sweet Nuvv To
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. BK088, Pronldfnt.
II. WELXH, CanUler.
T. J. KKKTIl, Ateletact Caeulcr.
F. BroM, Cairo;
William Klnce, Cairo;
Wllllum Wolf, Cairo;
t, M. puterloli, H. L. liilllnK'luy. St. Lonlni
K Itiwl.ti. f'ol. t V .I " .. V. .. ... - .
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. E
change told and boutrlit. Interim Paid lu ttic
Saving Department. Collectliinn made aud all
duvIuvm promptly attt'nded to.
JjJNTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered farch 31, 1CC9.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on dcpoMts March 1ft and Sop.
tvnihrr lt. IhU'reH not withdrawn i mldvd Im
mediately tt the principal of ttu depoits,ttim'bj
glviug ttium compound interest.
Children and married women may deposit
money and no one elm ran draw it.
WALTER HYSLOP. Tiieastreb.
rJMIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HALLWAY. Pri.Vtf.
11. L. HALLWAY. Vice .prtcidctt.
WALTER HYSLoP. t'ufliir.
. fTAATS TAT1.0R, w. r. nAU.tllAT,
HKNIiV L. HALUIHT, II. 11. ( I NMNOHAM,
0. 11. WIUJAMjON, HEl'Ut.N HIM),
H. U. CANHEE.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Dt-pofiM received and a ceneral batk!tB badlnini
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQI ORS
K.SMYTH is CO.,
Wliolefulc and Ri-ia:l Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wine. oi all Kinds,
NO. GO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTn CO. have eor.naof.y a lr-e
crock of tiic hent sr'iodii in tt,e nmrki t utd irlvc
ecpi-tial attention to iLe wbolci-alc bruiica tif the
H 0 AV E L L
Newspaper Advertising Bureau.
For Ten (Yr.!: dni. hnndred me rnipli)et
with Lift ol Nepapem aud A ii vt rt ; f i i. Halen:
Kor Ten Dollars: Four linen iii'Td one week
la Three Hundred and Fifty New paper.
Obtained for new Inventlonc or for Improvement!
on old line ; for medical or oilier compound, trade
tiiarku and lalieln. Caveatn, AKii;nincuti, Inter
fereneci', Appeal. Bulls for Inl'rlniremcuti", nnd
all cnei nric iun under tho Patent Lawn, prompt.
it iiui-inn-ii hi. ' luvennonH mat liavu iieen
M V 1 b ( YT V I b' ' Hntont Olllco may mill.
jiu'jiuAjjv in niont canon, ho patented by
tin. HoluKOppoclto tho U. 8. Patent Department,
and ent'ayed In Patent bnmuenn exclusively, wc can
make clocer nearchen. nnd secure Patents more
promptly, and with broader claims, than thonv w ho
are remot" from WnShlnutoii.
1 ! VVVTf W W modol or 'ketch of
aii " AJji a vjnj your devlcoj w make, ex
iiii.ttintlotin and advise lis to patentability, free ol
rhntye. All correspoudeiico strictly contidriitliil.
Prices liiw, and no char(te unless Pntimt ls-ni cured
Wu refer In Washluirtoii. to Hod Potnni.ter
General 1). M. Key, Kev. K, H.Power. The (enn,ln
American National Ilnnk, to olllclals In the 1 s
patent Office, and to Senators nnd ItepreseiitniivVs
in Commissi and especially to our cllctiin u KXm.
Sum' In the Union and in Canada. Aildri M
C. A. SNOW Ac CO.,
Opposite Patent Office, Washington D. C,
fpO 1NVKNTOHS AND M ElilANIC S.
PATENTS and bow to ol.tnln them.' Pnninlet of
A!dret (ilLMOKK. K.Mrhl Vvb 8
8oHcUor of IHiiutit. ii,iX at,
That Door or that Floor? You can do it with the
nil. t :n rn
ine a verm uiemicui rami
lJUtsj JNUT FADE or CIIATk' OPP W
for many years, and will lust MUCH LONGER than tlio bent Lca.l
and Oil mixed in tho old way. 1
IT IS -A. PUKE LINSEED Oil. HAlTl'
PKEPARKD FOR IMMEDIATE APPLICATION,
Inside and Outside AVhite and any desired Shade or Colo
Sold in packages to suit, very cheap.
Ask to be hliown a sample card of tints. ,
TO ASCERTAIN THE AMOUNT OF TAINT YOU REQUIRE
Add the number of fi-tt in width (front and roar) to the number of feet i:i lent;!
(both sides); this multiplied by the average height, gives the number ot square Kit t
lie painted. This divided by 200 as one gallon of this paint covers 200 square fw
(two coats), gives the amount required in gallons.
Example Front, 20 feet.
Kemaiiks. There car. be no definite rule cf-tabliMied as to the exact quantity it wiii
require; but tho above is sufficiently near for all practical purposes. Should the sr,rf..c
be smooth and hard, less than the above would suffice; if rough and porous mor..-. 1
BE NOT IMPOSED UPON BY BASE
is a well-known fact that when the Averill
ket, it was the only Paint of the kind that
however, that but a few years had elapsed
under the names of 'Enamel," "Hubber," ".Mixed," "Chemical," "Liquid,- at; J -Pre
Olir P.linttn 'r'wc r.ntiro ca;4.Ci.i!.,n !n ..11 f.nc.o 1 .I.....Y... I. j: i .
- h. -v .v cMi,.-twvil'U ,u .111
stood that we do not enter into competition
Mixed Paints, purporting to be similar to
ARE YOU G OIXG TO PAINT:
THEN USE NEW YORIw V
EjST amel paint.
Rc.n'.y for dh' in White ai.d over Oni- IIuuiIp-iI IHflVivnt Color", mnile of nrlrt'v nun. Vl,!v T ,-r.
Zltif aiiil I.iiiCfi d Ull chi lTilcully comMneil. unrranti
A' UM. in. iilv other Paint. It hac tulo n the
i iiinn. ami ip on tue nini! noii in mi' country. ft 1'et'Ti.l'iir Pa . Jan loth 1?
NEW VUKK K NAM El, PAINT tO:-t.einli inen.-Wc have o!d !ar:e li.n'tliiea of . urhimiiii :
Paint !i. lhiii i.eriioii of tlieroMiitry. ar.il ull n:rtiei. hnviny n-iit the n.n;ie riieuk hli'lilv of"jt I'vraiiili'
niiii;nli; and they r.nd the colorf and niixtiire
for i xponire to heat i.tnl told, and any one u-iin' il
uM- oiir Laiiiic lor reierencc. Kifpeitiniiv. ( 11 l KNT A ( i: 1K
u , AcMr.-c, NKVr YOIilC KNAMK1, pAiT ( il.,
S-unip.0 card free. i i.r!IKl. Mrt.vl, Vorls.
pLOSS OIL AND VARNISH COMPANY.
17! Prince Street, New York.
Cojial, Coach, Furniture. Dainar and all other Yarnihes,
Liquid and Japan Dryers and Gloss Oil.
Our cheap i!oe Oil VartUb. fcr the price, U to i-quol in the market.
Dry quick anl will m x with all klndi" of oil.
OUU VAUXISIIKS AUK TIIK J JEST
And have co ftjaal; fo conceded hy the trade.
W have every fnr ilitv to mnmfartiire coodn nf f.rnt-clnM quality at the lowont prior.. n we hii? for
prompt esKh cLly. and have larKe exinriei.ee in the bucimna and ijivw the came pen onal utteutiou
SAMPLES and quotation! ent with pleasure nt any time. Sollcltlntr yotir order" wo rcialn,
XEW Y0KK ENAMEL TAINT & TARNISU CO.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
'W, M. DAVIDSON,
wow; in in
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKINQ Sc IIEATIXG
STOVES. Tinware and Hollow ware of every
HeerwiirfB old "land, on Eighth ftreet.
Jll" !!m'1.';,,,,,1'r,!,ff ft "Pfcinlly. All kind.
r.ll . 'kinitilly and promptly performed nnd
prlceii mmUi MitiHfaetory.
KOEIILER BROS., Proprietors,
Corner Wimliltifton Avenue nnd Kluht Street and
Corner Eleventh and WufbliiKtou Ave.
I "A I HO,
A full am
A foil and romploto anpply of the bwt or an
kind, tut'ut alwaya ou bam
U I, 'I
rMu5n ITS VRF.miNVSS n,l mniltlvHt
JtElilllUNli SO OIL, THINNER OK DRV
- ... 120 feet.
Multiply' Height, 20 "
12 gallons for two cats.
AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS. I
Chemical Paint was first i.ut uioii the mur'
could be found. Its merits were s wiitf
before worthless imitations began t r.ppe
uii.i lllt'lVl.ilt' wmi u iumiih u UU'llTf1
with the many ahvi.tkiiateij and v.ohniLil''
the Averill," which are now Hooding t!.J
AVEKILL CHEMICAL PAINT ( . !
BROTHERS, (ieneral Airents.
- d much llnliilminiT mid ( In utii'r mnt tn ! TW h IT
FIlfsT PKLMll M nt t. i.ty uf t!i Mule Pair- of '.li t
yr ar rou ri ireeiit . 'I hi re c-.n lie no l-ef.er lttii.'I
uik will cureiy do co u;-i:n You have iirHili-'t.f
AUK TIIK UKST,
CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR.
JOHN A. r00R,
Cakpentku and Contractor
SHOP OX TENTH STREE V,
(between Wa"liluitou and Walnut.)
T'.itimntnhl mi luiilil.ttr. n.t t.....A 1... jl.... A
or otherwise made on short notice.
A LL work IntriiNti'd to him will receive prompt ?
attention, und will be executed In a Mt.Hfactury t
ROOTS AND SHOES,
Muniiructurer and Denier In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Leather and Findings
No. DO Commercial Ave,, Bet. Fifth and Sixth St.
Teep.con.tamivon hand a Inrtrn ""r!rtmeiit ot
f.ud r.1"1''.; B.l!(l ! ,h" very be"t of ht l.o . , .1 I
C'liielmiHtl liniiii.ni,,, i.. .:,!,. ...1,1 ..i..". . .
. t " 'i "'ill,, .n, Ilieni'lT llllin f1
i; in o,u ;."('"i,,,r ,"uu m ou" r w
viV iu,... . ii " ? 'uni or L:iinerana l 1
llbdlnsni of all detcrlptlou, aola vory cloe. ) .