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"E. A. Burnett, Cairo. Illllnola "
OFFICIAL PAPER OP ALEXANDER COTY.
OnlyMorninj Daily in Southern Illinois
largest Circulation ot any Daily in
Soutnern Illinois. .
E. A. Burnett, Publisher.
M.B. Harrell, Editor.
Chicago Times at Dick Thompson's ignor-
onM riicnprtinrr nnnttpftl nrTiiirfl. la POdil.
, UUVV l-'V.l."3 mmmH. 1 O TP
The sloop-of-war WauchuBctt, Bays the
Times, has got away from Providence bar
and returned to Vicksburg for coal. The
secretary of the navy would like to know
why it is that tho convival officers under
his command are not "sober, sober men and
true, and attentive to their duty." lie
sent the crew of tho Wauchusett on the
grandest expedition of tho age, and there
isn't a bar in the old Mississippi that they
don't stop at. ' "Belay me," roars tho old
tar, "but theso same tipsy travelers have a
fancy that the bibulous Robeson
. continues to rule the roost 1"
It is written for Republican conusmp
tion that Republican Congressmen quite
all of them called upon tho occupant of
Tilden's place, before leaving Washington,
and assured him that they would stand by
him to tho crack of doom. In return they
received the Presidential promise of a cor
dial support of tho cxecutivo branch of
tho government. Hayes is now considered
by them stalwart enough tor all practical
purposes. On these facts tho Philadelphia
Times inake9 tho following comments:
"Is thflre no limit to tho quantity of hum
bio pie that Mr. Hayes must eat? Has he
not had enough of it crammed down his
throat already 1 Tho last humiliation re
quired of him was a confession to Zach
Chandler that his policy had failed, and
that ho was now convinced of tho impor
tance of co-operation with the party ' lead
ers in their political plans. This must
have been a bitter dose, but Mr. Hayes
took it like a little man, without a wry
face, and waits to be told what ho must do
next. This is a pitiable plight into which
an administration that began with such'
brave words has fallen in tho middle ot its
term. FerhapB it will soon bo called upon
to recall tho celebrated civil service reform
circular of Juno 80, 1877. Thero would be
at least the merit of honesty in such a
withdrawal, for so long as it stands, ond its
words are notoriously belied by its outhor,
it is a scandal and a shame. Let old Zach
demand tho withdrawal of that circular
and then leave tho poor Prcssdent alono."
If there is one feature of boy nature that
is more dinpicablo- thaa-.ull tho rest, that
feature is telfinhncBS. To properly impress
this fact upon tho seven thousand boys that
read Tub Bulletin, ami to bIiow them
how charity and self denial bring great re
wards, we publish the following little story
which we found, yesterday, in our copy box !
"Once upon a time there was a little lad
who, desiring to go to , a circus, picked
blackberries all through one wholo hot
July week, ana when he had gathered
enough to sell for fifty cents thero was no
happier sun-browned littlo man than he in
all Illinois. So when the circus day
came and tho procession wound through
the. streets, and tho calliopes co
. quctted in dulcet answers to tho mclo
' dioui fuWto of tho Bca-lln, this
little lad took his fifty cents and clamping
it tightly in bit hand, startcd'to the show.
But bo his way ho saw poor littlo blind
Imw fc'lin tnlil lilm fhnt liia fntlmr tro ilnnd
, ..V. HIM . . H I I H.'.k I V M..MV.,
sod hi mother wns sick, and nine littlo
brothers and listen were crying for some
thing to eat, ot having tasted a crumb for
UUiWItajl SUIVl (TV VlU UJI4 Mi tfUJU IU9 wv
ble little fellow put his hands in hli pock
eta' and drew, on tlenliant la the
dust with his big-toe, and then suddenly
gave the. poor little blind boy his fifty'
cents, stuck his list ia his right eye and
trotted off to an alley, where he had a good
cry after which lie dried his eyes on his
coat-Blccvcs, and went and crawled under
the circus tent. Bread cast upon the wa
ters will return, and noblo deeds, sooner or
later, always find their reward. That good
little boy had been occupying his scut but
a minuto, when much to his joy, he saw the
poor little blind boy, who was blind in
only one eye, taking in ' 50 cents worth of
tho circus with the other eye. And thus at
once did the rewards of the good
little boy's' self-denial, commence
pouring in. Twenty-five years after
after this incident this little lad, then a cit
izen of St. Louis, eloped with another man's
wife. Ten years latter which was just the
other day tho original husband of tho
woman died, leaving to him who had run
away with her, $1,000, for ho said that it
was a rule of his lite never to forget a favor
Remember this story- and tho moral, boys.
Bo good and unselfish ' and yonrTcward
While there is something to admire in
tho simplicity that obtains in tko manage
ment of tho white house, the niggardliness
and close-fisted penunousness of tho presi
dent, have served to disgust the general
public, and to bring tho president himself
into derision and ridicule. It is asserted
with much positiveness that he has put by
not less than forty-five of his fifty thousand
dollar salary. As a step in the direction of
economy, the Hayes family has taken quar
ters at the Soldiers' home on the Washing
ton heights, and a correspondent of the
Philadelphia Times mentions that the pres
ident can live there quite economically,
"which is a great object with him." He
has no rent to pay and his vegetables cost
him nothing. Meats, etc., are furnished
by the commissary at cost price, "and
so the . president can get along at an
expenditure of irom one hundred to two
hundred dollars a month," and save some
thing out of his salary.- "I understand,"
continues tho correspondent, "that tho pres
ident enjoys his residence in tho park very
much. He is devoted to croquet and lawn
tennis. lie has no vicious lovings and
longings for fast horses and fine
which were tho vices of George Washing
ton, Andrew Jackson and General Grant,
Unlike these worthies, he drinks lemonade
in preference to more ardent beverages, a
habit which will enable him to keep cool,
not that ho Is above a glitss of wino, when
ho can get the O. P. (other people's)
A SQUELCHER NEEDED.
We have the promise of another bloody
time between the Catholics and Orangemen
in Ottawa, Canada, on the 23d instant. The
Orangemen give notice that they intend to.
celebrate the anniversary of the battle of
the Boync, and to movo their procession,
five thousand strong, through the lower
portion of Ottawa, (where the Catholics
are most numerous, and where the Basilica
is situated, let the consequences of the
tho movement bo what' they may. Of
course the object in selecting this line of
march is to tantalize and aggravate
tho Catholics and, it possible, to goad them
to acts of hostility, that indiscriminate
slaughter may follow. It will be euoujrh
on that occasion that a single pistol is fired
into tho ranks by a drunken man a brick
thrown by a Catholic boy, will be the sig
nal for wholesale bloodshed and slaughter.
The Orangemen managers know this, yet
they deliberately plan to bring it about
to render it one of tho inevitable results
of tho demonstration. Considered in tho
abstract, tho Orangemen have a perfect
right to move along any of the public
streets of Ottawa; but they have no right
to so shape their line of march 'as to give
their demonstration tho appearance of a
studied purposo to offend and exasperate
their adversaries. But, putting this view ot
the matter aside, it becomes interesting to
inquire how long the Canadian parliament
proposo to tolerate theso annual scenes of
convulsion and bloodshed. Tho quarrel is
centuries old; tho general public know lit
tlo and care less about it, yet that public is
compelled to suffer consequences that
would be but little moro aggravated were
it a direct party in tho feud.
Tho demand is that laws bo enacted that
will, when (enforced, suppress and punish
all outoroppings of the wretched feud, let
them appear when or from whence they
may. Until this demand is heeded, Ot
tawa, and thu whole of Canada, to some ex
tent, will be subjected to their annual con.
THE UNSMITTEN CHEEK WILL NOT
From tho mouth of every Republican
speaker, ami tho pencil polntof every Repub
lican e lit or in tho North, como tho most
shameful, unhesitating and uncalled for
abuse and villification of the Southern peo
ple. That individual Southerners deserve
all they receive', is not, perhaj, to bo ques
tioned; but tho denunciations that have
been heaped upon tho whole people of that
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 1879.
section, arc. as wo have said, most savago,
unwarranted and devilish. Yet, with a full
knowledge of tho fact that his party has
nothing but words of abuse for Southrons,
Secretary Evarts affects tho belief that Re
publicans ought to carry three or lour
Southern Status in 1880, for tho reason that
"the best class of Southerners are sick of
Bourbon rule, and would liko to ally them
selves with the party of intelligence, prop
erty and influence."
It is a very mild reply that the Louis
ville Courier-Journal makes to this, yet it
gives Secretary Evarts a very positive assur
ance that if ho hopes to carry a singlo one
of the Southern Statcs,ho "builds on sands."
The Republican party cannot and will not
break into the "solid South" so long as its
bloody-shirt champions in tho North con
tinue to fulminate their slanders and rad
hot invectives from both rostrum and tripod.
The party of "intelligence, property and
influence" in tho South is the Democratic
party, and, although thero is some differ
ence of opinion as to tho men who should
represent this party in Congress and in the
State governments, thero is none as to tho
Infamy of tho slanders heaped upon tho
Southern peoplo by the recognized Repub-
can leaders of the North. Tho South re
members to her sorrow and indignation the
carpet-bag and negro thieves that were kept
over her for many long years, and having
emancipated herself from the rule of such
unprincipled and ignorant rascals she will
sec to it that they are never restored to
power. On this you may implicitly rely,
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Price 23 cents. All
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out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true we will re
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and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs arc
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perpetual fusilade of small arms. Why
don t they take Hall's Ualsam ana get rid
of their coughs? It is the" most wonderful
remedy, and the proprietors warrant it in
every instance. Let all coughers give it a
The tonic effect of Kidney-Wort is pro
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ly deposit in the unne, or milky, ropy urine
from disordered Kidneys, it cures without
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A Search Warrant allows an officer to
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Ono tcaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
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Thousands who have used and been cured
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Wo will cnd ono of onr nEALTII RESTOR
ING PADS to any Invalid atllleted with Liver
Complaint, CHILLS and FEVER, INDIGKs
T10N, COSTIVENEH8 Nen'ou Hea.laohe.l
Dytnepsia, Nurvon Debility nd Impure bioili
If tney will end ua their fvinotom and tif
drcd and agruo to tend n fMJ If it eftei ts
a euro to their entire dutlsfactlon, otheiwi.u
thero will bo no charge. We will do this to con
vince the public or tho (Uperior vuluo aa a
, OF OUR PADS.
And that they will do all wo say, Ai thldoflir
wm necessarily do nmiien in n limner, wu hoti'
iueiuiuiui uu euny ui'ioituuou win oe made, A
urctB, v ery
lit II w Vnuncu
171 Elm ttruet. CincluuaU, Ohio,
Physician tpcak In Term ofl'ralso In favor of tbo
Cincinnati, .limn aa. ibt?
Having had lomocoiiMdurublo acnuiilntnuco wftlt
the operation or tlio j'ad, I cun couelencloutily
recommend It a un excellent remedy In all the dla-1
oasu lor wuitu ui. roroes counsels II use,
Utt. J. I1A1. LOWELL,
STtl Oeorgo Street, Cliicluliati.
What Rov. Joseph Emery, tho well-known City I
Missionary, ay: I
. . , , CtNtiNNATt, June 30. 1ST8.
Raving had a long Rrnunlntaneo with Dr. Forb. a.
I m atl
Isned that hatever bo recommend he doe
o coutcleucloutly, and will prove all the
. . - J'1I,T. VV7U1 11 MiLlll,
Extract rrom a few of tho Many Letter fremieutiv
received at tho Ofllco.
One av!oi r,..,i ,i,, ..,,. p,i. i,.. .
!lfJ;. "V.",'01, ")'' '! Imtjuit reacted
.,DU, it nun rnurniy removeu my cot Ivenuca
and cotidcmietit ki,.i, u,,,u,.ii .'
f;l?r11,,H!',',,,,'m.lml "trictly to hudlness am ini
forty-elirht hour I felt at well a ever." AnoiherJ
l our Pad ha cured nwof BIIIIoikuok mid ator-l
t'Ki uiver. 1 am neiier man 1 nava neen in twcall
ar" 8tlll another day !I have oudiwd all fM
irror growing ont of a torpid Liver anil lyiepW
ternifiug your pad all these 111 left me." nie
moroi "I liavti tided your Pad with prfetly !'
tactory retul.. and eheermllv raeuuwud U'0 V
all ' ' -"V . v 1