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Ban Fuancisco has fallen in a bad way,
theatrically. At tho California Theatre
Lester "Wallack has prematurely closed his
engagement, the public refusing to support
"Ours" and "l'tosedalc," and the stage is to
bo occupied by , a play in which appear
Arthur Chambers and Billy Edwards, the
prize fighters. Tho Baldwin has an expeiv
sive company and very little patronage, and
. only variety shows make money.'
TnEFreeport Bulletin thinks that in
whatever way the argument over the dec
trie light may run, the Jablochkolf share
holders have no right to complain. The
net receipts of the European company for
the nine mouths of 1878 were 1,523,000
francs, including 1,230,000 francs obtained
by the sale of the Russian patent. The di
rectors, who are cautious men, applied
over 700,000 francs in balancing the ex
penses incurred at the beginning of their
Operations, tho general expenses of the nine
months were 200,000 francs, and the net
balance of 470,000 francs passed to the
The Alton Democrat says: Although
over a year before the nominating conven
tions, candidates for the different .State of
fice are beginnim? to show themselves. In
the Republican camp, Cullom is an avowed
seeker for the Governorship while Oglesby
is bring pushed by his friends,and Ridgway
ib quietly pulling his own wire. Anions
tho Democrats, Mayor Harrison of Chicago,
Hon. J. II. Oberly and Gen. Black are the
aspirants. If the Nationals nominate Gen.
Bates, former Republican, and the cam
paign is followed up with strong, concert-
could bo elected Governor of the State of
Illinois. The prize is worth trying for at
Had the villain of the McLeansboro
Times written tho following paragraph
about a Cairo girl, he would ere this, have
been snatched bald as a door knob, for the
champions of Cairo females rise up every
where. Ho must have had in his mind's
eye the average Faducah girl. But read :
"As he sat upon the steps, last Sunday even
ing, he claimed the right to kiss for every
shooting star. She at first demurred, r.s
becomes a modest maiden, but finally
yielded. She was even so accommodating
as to call his utteution to the liying meteors
that was about to escape his observation,
and then go "calling" him on lightning
bags, and at last got him down to steady
work on tho light of a lantern that a man
was swinging about tho depot in the dis
tance where trains were switching.
FrvE Baptist pantors of St. Louis pub
lish a protest against the fraternization of
the Jew and Christian. The meeting house
of tho Rev. Dr. Boyd'a Baptist church was
destroyed by the fire. Rabbi Sonneschcin
offered tho use of his synagogue on Sun
days. Dr. Boyd accepted, and invited Dr.
Soaneschein to unite in tho services. The
rabbi accepted the invitation, offered a de
vodt prayer, and the choir sang Hebrew
and Christian hymns alternately. Five of
the eight Baptkt ministers of St. Louis re
garded tho course of Dr. Boyd as rank
heresy. They declare that "such an act of
joint religious service could not but have
been displeasing to God, however plausible,
popular, sentimental, or enjoyable by mis
taken human beings." It would be interest
ing to know by what line of thought the
five Baptist ministers arrived at the con
elusion that tliey know more about God'
estimate of such mutters than tho huudrcds
of persoui who worshipped with tlio liberal
and fraternal Jews. To the outsider, who
takes matters fir what they seem, the pro
test of tho five is the suggestion of bigotry
and narrow-mindedness out of keeping
with tho spirit of tho nineteenth century.
A stalwabt orf?an up in Iowa has been
considering tho African question. The ne
gro of the field has been taken un
der advisement, and this organ concludes
"All over tho South ho is throwing his
ballot for rebels and traitors, when he T0.tcs
"He is too cowardly to voto his
convictions, or too stupid to have any con
victions. "When the stalwarts get into power in
1880 ho must either bo disfranchised or
compelled to vote right.
"Tho free nigger is a fraud."
Upon which the Qnincy Herald remarks
that if some Democratic organ were audac
ious enough to 6ay that a free nigger is a
fjaud and ought to be disfranchised or com
pelled to vote right, what a revolution it
would stir up. Nothing is more apparent
to sensible people than the fact that the
only use stalwarts have for the "nigger" is
1 3 vote the Republican ticket, and it is no
less apparent that the negro is fast coin
ing to see the fact that this is jult the rela
tion ho bears to that party.
The aristocrat of the Chicago Times
permits no opportunity to strike the op
pressed poor who are banded together for
the purpose of taking from the world tne
living it owes them, a hard and merciless
blow, unimprovved. "Why the unfeeling
man might not have spared the poor fel
lows the following home thrust, it is im
possible to conceive. It is a cruel, cause
less stab: "The negroes of a Tennessee
county," says the vicious editor, "have pe
titioued tho government that enough of the
estates of "rebels" be confiscated to pay
"the war debt of the late war," to imburse
union men for th eir losses in the war, and
to give every negro man a horse and saddle,
and every negro woman a cow and a bed.
The petition of these darkies is modest,
considering the extravagant expectations of
government gifts which the majority of
their race in the South entertain. It
modest, too, when compared with the tie
mands ot the communists of the Northern
cities. Our alien socialists do not propose
to content themselves with so moderate a
"kivy" as a horse or a cow apiece; and the
people whom they wish to despoil have
never made war against the republic, but
have always been loyal and exemplary
Senator Looax is much given to gram
matical blunders in his extemporaneous
talks; but we have yet to see tho mun who
failed, on that account, to understand the
Senator's meaning. The following samples
of his contempt for Horne-Tooke" and
Kirkhani are given by the Springfield
Mass. Republican, arc absurdly extrava
gant: "Logan, of Illinois, is as famous
for his murder of the King's English as for
his easy mastery of the mysteries of Finance.
The editor of the Baltimore Gazette is
willing to take i.is oath that he was in the
Senate Chamber the other day aud heard
Logan use the following sentence, which
did not find its way into the Record : "I
ain't been in a position to hear such senti
ments as those norated through the settle
ment, but I have long suepicioncd in my
own mind that there is men in this here
body which would, it they have the power,
pluck the blue empyrean from the agis of
the American Eagle without stopping to
reflect where the country wa3 going to or
drifting at." At the same tune Logan
made use of such expressions as, "If I had
of knowed it;""I saw the time:" "He done
this without rejection." But Logan is so
loyal, you know, that his patriotism cloaks
a multitude of grammatical sins.
As often as it, has been urged that vicious
legislation has paralyzed the business of the
country, ju)t that often do we hear some
thing about the tremendous balonce of
tradj in our favor that is fast draining Eu
rope of every dollar ol her gold and silver.
ind what does the balanco of trade the
twoor three hundred millions a year, amount
to? - Where are its energizing effects to be
seen? How much has it added to the gen
eral prosperity of the people Nobody in
tho West or South seems to leel it. It has
served to give foreign bottoms an immense
carrying trade and to fill the coffers of for
eign ship owners. It is doing this, and is
transfen'ng American securities from Eng
lish to American hands. This, and nothing
more; and when these securities arc nil
brought to tliia side of the Atlantic; when
with corn and pork and flour and articles
of American production, we have paid the
debt wo owo to England, our much-vnuntod
"balance" will soon bo brought down to a
very narrow margin. Tho Chicago Times
very truly says that we may .be perfectly
certain that our unprecedented excess of
exports will cense as soon rs Europe runs
short of American securites with which to
settle the buluuce, for Europe is not goiug
THE DAILY CAIRO ? BULLETIN;
to send us three or fyur hundred mllions
of speci'o annually in paymeut for oir pro
duce. It i a dn to which she covld not
submit lor ten years without bringiig her
eelf to absolute bankruptcy.
Washington, July 14,1S78.
Racently Gen'l TcnaTng, f Ohio,
confidential friend of Hayes h:rc, and
immediately thereafter an extraordinary
assessment of department clerks was com
menced, tho 'money to be sent to the tid of
candidate Foster. Now comes candidate
Foster himself, and is closeteJ with the
alleged president and Sherman, and tho
Washington managers of tho radicd party.
Simultaneously we have stories of lespon
dency on tho part ot candidate Foser and
his friends. This latter may be mly an
excuso for a further raid upon government
employes or upon National Banks for funds
but most likely Foster is really unhappy
over his prospects.
Secretary Sherman has left her, and will
speak in Maine next week, and afterwards
in Ohio. Evarts and Conkling are also
set down for speeches iu Maine. Demo
cratic reports received here fron both
states are cheering.
Following is an official statement tt the
troops furnished to tho federal army by
each state during the last war. A similar
statement of the confederate forces would
be interesting. It must bo borne in mind
that of the number given from each state
many distinctions should be male because
re-enlistments, fraudulent misrepresenta
tion of state and other officials, and that
probably not more than 2,000,000 men
actually rendered service, instead of the
larger number named. The total number
fnrnished for the war was 2378,907, divided
as follows: Maine, 72,1 U; New Hamp
shire, 34,020 ; Vermont, 31,202 ; Massachu
setts, 152,043; Rhode Island, 23,299; Con
necticut, 57,379 ; New Ylrk, 407,047 ; New
Jersey, 81,010; TennsylTania, 300,107; Del
aware, 14,070;. Miryland, 50,310; West
Virginia, 32,00S; District of Columbia,
10.S72; Ohio, 310,039: Indiana, 197,147;
Illinois, 259,147; Michigan, 89,372; Wis
consin, 90,424; Minnesota, 25,032; Iowa,
70,309; Missouri, 109,111; Kentucky, 70,-
025; Kansas, 25,151; Tennessee, 31,082;
Arkansas, 8,2S; North Carolina, 3,150;
California, 13,7;'5; Nevada, 1,060; Oregon,
1,810; Washington Territory, 9C4; Colo
rado, 4.903; Nebraska, 3,157; Dakota Ter
ritory, 200; New Mexico Territory, 0.301 ;
Alabama, 2,510; Florida, 1,200; Louisiana,
8,224; Misssisippi, 545; Texas, 1,905; and
the Indian Nation, 05,030.
The "National Board ot Health" whether
or not U has so far done its duty in connec
tion witn the treatment of yellow fever,
seems now to be determined to do all it
can, moved thereto probably by the actual
appearance of tho fever at Memphis.
Desehvedl.y popular We mean Dr.
Bull's Baltimore Fills, for everybody hits
de-rived much bent ht from their use. rhy
sicians recommend them.
Heat relaxes the system and opens the
way for diseases to attack the depressed
and weary body. People of judgment and
experience at such times make use of Kidney-Wort
as this great remedy keeps up the
tone of the whole body by enabling the
Liver, Bowels and Kidneys to perform their
A SEAKcn Wakhaxt allows an officer to
CO through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and Lindsey's Blood Searcher is wr.r
ranted to go through your system from top
to tees and drive out all blood diseases. It:
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers end people. Scrofula, Mer
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the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
tfcc, we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druirtiists. Sec that o;r
name is on the bottom of tho wrapper
R. E. Sellers k Co., Prop'rs, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Pro's Agents.
Save voni ciiariiE.v For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country
One teaspoonful given to a child of Mr
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tie, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
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