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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOKNlNfl, FEBRUARY' f, 1RS0.
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,o ,hc public arc at all times acceptable. lUJicwa
R. A. Humett. Cairo, lllluoia
T.lvMoruiiiDaily in Soatliern Illinois
i 'utt Oirouintion ol any I4'1? in
OFFICIAL I'ATKR OF ALKXANDKlt COUNTY.
Coi.. V. It. MomtiHiN, of Illinois, i
ntntior.ed in connection with the Demo-
utic nomination for president, anil iu
Wellington the nutrition is met with
cnnsidcrhble favor. He if a Stirling Demo
crat who has, tor nuuy years served the
party faithfully and well; and bun" wuml
en all (j iestions and honest to the erne,
Thk Bu.letix bccs with much satisfaction
bus growing popularity in the cast as well
ah in the west, for the high oflke to which
le is 80 eminently fitted. A Washington
fpeciu! in reference to the connection of
Mr. Morrison's name with the
office of National Executive, ys:
"Within the past week or so the name of
Col. W. H. Morrison has been frequently
wntiont'd as a probaV..- camliduto on the
Democratic ticket fr president. The
chief rea-iun for this lies in the fact that
Bayard, who ha been eo:i:;idercd t!:e strong
man to carry the hard-money German c!t
iurnt, has injured himself otherwise in his
party to such an extent that he is generally
t or.si' lered put of the race. Mr. Morrison's
views have always been as sound as Hay
hrd's. Mr. Morrwm represents a German
district iu conre, and is recogniz.'d by
the Hermans throughout the country as be
in,f their way of thinking on all finan
c'al questions. Tliis Huggeiitior. of his name
is not confined to a few, but .is commonly
made in the quiet conversatoius of the
I)cuu)cr.it8 in Washington."
iTC I1INO PlI.KS SVMlTOMS AMI Cl'llK.
The symptoms arc moisture, like perspira
tion, intense itchinjj, increased by K'ratch
lmr, very distressing particularly at nigtit,
as if pin worms were crawling in and about
the rectum ; the privte parts are some
times affected; it allowed to continue very
serious results may fellow. Dr. Swayne's
All-Healing Ointment is a pleasant, sure
cure. Also for Tetter, Itch. Salt Jiheum,
Scald Head, Kryesipelas, Harbor's Itch,
r.lntches, all Scaly. Crusty, Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price 50 cents, !j boxes $1 125.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postugc
atamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne it
Sen, 330 North Sixth htreet, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists.
Hollar CoiTCspoiidfiHf .
JJkhun, February 1st, lSv).
liectnt concentrations of troops and mate
rial of war, effected by Russia upon her
western frontier do not appear to have
caused much alarm either in North Ger
man military or finaucial circles. Prussian
generals contemptuously deride the notion
of a Russian raid into East or West Prus
sia, or "the duchy," and a well known
German military periodical, among the con
tributors to which are several members of
theGroBses Generalstab.has taken the pains
to explain to its readers what would be the
result to Russia in u war against Germany
within six weeks of the date at which the
order for mobilization should be signed by
the German emperor. Among these re
sults ure the occupation of St. Petersburg
nod Moscow by the German armies, winch
tho writer dues not conceive to bo regarded
asdcsirable by thu Russian government;
wherefore he attaches no mote importance
to the "massing," ntid "dislocations" the
marchings and counter marchings, and so
forth that have been indulged in of
late by noiue eight or nine Prussian army
corps, than lie would "to the yelliugs and
tlrummiugs of African savages, who think
to frighten their cnemios to death by mak
jpg a bidooui noise. liiusis, bo observes,
ill certainly not terrify either Germany or
Austria by displaying "cIuipsv accumula
tions" of badly armed and worse drilled
wen in her western provinces. At the same
time the loading financial sheet of bVrlin
points out that the last war has added sixty
millions of roubles per annum to Rucsiu's
budget for interest Um new lonus alone.
It is expected that the amount stt down in
the budget of 1880 for payment ot interest
upon (he imperial state debt will be one
hundred and seventy millions of roubles,
thirty millions more than in 1878. That
Russia should dream of attempting to tight
Germany under these circumstances is re
garded as altogether out of the question
upon the Berlin Bourse.
At a time when Europe is more than o--dinarily
troubled with concentrations of
troops and rumors of war, it U, at any rate,
satisfactory to know that one of the most
necessary adjuncts to a victorious army is
wanting just now both iu Ilusiia and Italy.
According to the German papers, a great
part of the Miiseowto forces aresiill armed
with the Krinka rifle a weapon of which
the best that can be said of it is that it
maybe generally relied upon to go olf
without hut ting its holder. And now come
a parliamentary paper, issued by the gov
ernment of King Humbert, to show tin! as
yet only about tour hundred thousand of
his majesty's soldiers have got the Vctetlie
rifle, and that before the remaining two
hundred thousand receive it a grant of
nearly $i,.")(lO,000 must be obtained of the
parliament and the rifles ordered. War
was probably never averted for want either
of money or weapons, but it has sometimes
been postponed; and in the prolonged con
sideration which delay affords more peace
ful counsels may always appear.
The authorities of Gotha have made their
report tor the year 1S79 on the subject of
cremation. The first body submitted to
this mode of disposal was treated on the
10th of December, 1878, since when fifteen
otheis have been similarly dealt with. The
time required for the complete ineiueraiion
of the bodies is about two hours on an av
erage, and it is regarded as a most satisfac
tory ta t that not only has no complaint as
to the result been made at Gotha, but that
a number of other German towns are pre
paring to follow in its wuke. The people,
whose remains weir cremated cume from all
parts of Germany; Dresden, Hanover, l'.;es
lau ana Lcipiic being among the contribu
tors, while even Vienna sent one subject. It
is now thought likely that tin; operation
will be very considerably extended iu the
Fatherland, particularly as the olj"ctiutis
which were urged against it have all ben
proven groundless, aud as little superstition
as to the superior advantages of burial re
mains. An Important Pkucoxa. I r km.--Charles
S. Prentice, of Toledo, ()., went to Pans
and thence to England to be treated for
B right's disease, aud after the best phy.si
ciahs of both countries had done what they
could for him, gave, up in despsir nud re
turned to America lo die Here he iccciv
ed further treatment from other skillful
physicians without benefit, ami while "list
lessly lingering in pain .and anguish,"
as he says, heard of the Sale Kidney and
Liver Cure, took it, and was completely
cured in a few weeks. He gives circum
stantial details of his painful experience
and astonishing cure, in a long l-tter to H.
II. Warner &. Co., which will be forwarded
TIIK ILLINOIS DEMOCRACY.
Nnnhviile (til.) Democratic
Let Democrats throw aside th's idea that
we are in the minority iu this state aud
therefore have nothing but defeat to expect.
This is said too often by Democrats. We
are in the majority in the nation as the last
election returns proved, and we can be in
the majority in this state if we make a
united and harmonious effort. Now is the
time to begin. Let us make up our minds
to lay aside all minor differences and unite
in opposing the Republican party in its ef
forts to centralize this government. We
want no "strong government" governed by
military rule. We want a government of
and by the people, and this is what the
Democratic party U pledged to prcscne.
Mm. Winslow's Sooiuino Svhui'.--Iter.
Slyvatnis Co!.b thus writes in tho Bos
ton Chi itain Freeman : Wo would by no
means recommend any kind of medicine
which we did not know to be good partic
ularly for infants. But of Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup wo can speak from knowl
edge; in our own family it has proved a
blessing indeed, by giving an infant
troubled with colic pains, quiet sleep, and
the parents unbroken rest at night. Most
parents can appreciate these blessings.
Hero is an articlo which works to perfec
tion, and which is harmless; for the sleep
which it affords the infant is perfectly nat
ural, and the little cherub awakes as "bright
as a hutton." And during the process of
teething, its value is incalculable. We
have frequently heard mothers say that
they would not be without it from the birth
of the child till it hud finished with the
teething sieue, on any consideration what
ever. Sold hv nil druggists. S3 cents a
Two Oiuuns.-Regulate first the
stomach, second, the liver; especially the
first, so as to perform their functions per
f'ctly and you will remove at least nineteen
twentieths c.f all the ills that mankind is
heir to, in this or nnv other climate. Hop
Hitters is the only thing that will eWo per
Portly liettHhy natural action to these two
organs. Maine Farmer.
Wantkd. Sherman & Co,, Marshall.
Mich., want an agent in this county at
once at a salary of $100 pur month and
etpenscs paid. For full particular ad
drtui u above.
WHY A PIOUS LADY CHANGED HER,
New I oiidon (I'onn.) Teli'Knim.
A Stamford lady is congratulating her
self on securing a new pew in church.
The object i')ii t;i one of the occupants of a
pew directly back of her former sitting con
tains a valuable suggestion, us follows:
"You see she has an enormous, lau, aud as I
sat immediately in front of her she kept a
gain blowing on the back of my neck, win
ter and summer, hot or cold, aud then the
creaking and growling machinery of that
monstrous Inn was torever in my curs, un
til I was worked up into that nervous
condition that I dreaded Sunday to come
and got but little of the sermon. I would
not take a good pew another year If t it y
would give it to mc for nothing!"
REG I' LARS. AND VOLUNTEERS.
There is a uooil deal of quiet anxiety
just now among the old volunteer otlices of
the army, in view of an effort to induce
the judiciary committee of the houso to re
port in favor of repealing the act of 18(17,
which declares and fixes the. right of volun
teers as a part of the army. That uct pro
vides that in all nppointm"iits in tho regu
lar service of officers who have previously
set veil as volunteers, their former services
shall be reckoned for all purposes of pro
motion, increased pay and rations am! oth
er advantages ol date of service, the same
as if they had been regular.
Cociint.Nu in Church. No place in the
world equals London for the constant bark
ing kept up in the churches. It is like a
perpetual fttsihule ol small arms. Why
don't they take Hall's Balsam and get rid
of their coughs? It is the most wonderful
remedy, and the proprietors warrant if. in
everv instance. Let all coiighers give it a
SaHAToUA Sl'HIMiS,' AffiUhT SO. !.
Messrs. Mohoan & Ai.i.kn, 5! John St.,
New York City:
Gentlemen Having noticed your adver
tisement in thu Daily Saratogian, 1 wish to
add to your list of testimonials my own.
Thirteen years ago I was sick with Blight's
Disease for eight months without receiving
the slightest benefit from the doctors.
Fortunately my attention was called to
your medicine. "Constitution Water," and
after using two bottles I was entirely cured.
Any one afflicted in like manner should
not hesitate to use your remedy. I should
be happy to see any one on the subject who
is in doubt as to the truthfulness of this
statement. Yours truly, L. R. Ccsiuno.
Ask your druggist for it.
KiDXtY-WouT is nature's remedy for
Kidney urn! Liver disease. Piles and Con
stipation. Frank Leslie's
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niextic. in tie- Political, s.iclul. Selenitic md
fommercinl world. A hu Ktitcn.'iiniiii: ami fain
cntloicil Journal it is uncijnaicl. It cuulniuf. tie
(idi-rMh'; Domestic and lon iu'ti New uf the tVeek.
Kditonal. Serial tnd Slmrl Stoiie. etc.. etc1
Aina-liiif t'lirtonns aud oeutitifnl HKis:r..tl'iii-. It
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ul i.ub-1'rijitioii'it, polpaii.
frank Leslie- popular Monthly rennirkuuie
fur its excellence, enuituiie- mul tDiiiercli 'U-ive-
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miner dcriw t'up'riainineiit nud Inunction I'mm
the varied eoutentH fllLnsi 1 iiiur'o p.e.-es ov r
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periodical lias, forneiu'iy twenty yeurs. inaiiili.mci!
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Serial Novels. Xevek'ttee. sketches. Adventure,
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il an Immense C'r illation, and rectvf.-s ; im warm-e-
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pus. Pure ami li'iilthy in nme and lenehiie.'.
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ne.il Hliractive form. There are interestint;
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and a .Miscellany einlirm im; n larj'j variety of
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Price. siiii.f'e. copv, " ecu'; unn'.'ii! subscription,
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ol Fashion. Knch number contains !ii puces, with
excellent Pictures and Full Description of the very
Latest Styles of i lilldruu's Wcure useful inform
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Fashionable intelligence, personal (.'hit (.'hat. etc..
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n iiption Jl. postpaid.
Frank Leslie's Fadv's MHirar.iiic.-The only
complete Fashionable Magazine iu Atnelicu. Its
rejiorts of the ever varying; styles of Costumes.
JJats, ltonuets. etc., are published simultaneously
ttithlho) In tiie Prencb louninls, so that the sub
scribers receive the earliest Information. The
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iy from I'urls. are accompanied with accurate de
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annual subscription, i l .V, pn.np.iid .
Frank Leslie's HuillJi't. Maca.ine of Humor
ous and SparUIIni! Stories, Tales of Heroism. Ad
ventures andSutlro. A tnot entertKinlni: publica
tlou of 'Mi quarto pn'es, tilled with Interesting
Stor es, Tales, Stirinu Ailveiitnrns. Startlini; Inci
dents, Anecdotes, etc. It In profusely and hand
somely Illustrated. J'ublished monthly. Slimle
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stant succeislou of Scriul and Short Stories, full of
Fun, Animation and llriulitiics. and free horn sen
salienii'lsiu. Purtraits and skeiehia of illstln
linlshed pupi's In the public schools, lidv 'iiturea,
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dny. Price, siiiu'le number. 5 cents; annual sub
c.riptloti, (MVl, posture included.
Frank Lislie's I'leiisiint lloiirs.-A monthlv
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inn character, ti.les, uarralives, adventures, poetry,
etc. Kvery story la complete iu each number, und
thu Juices abound with beautiful euuravlui's and ex
ceeuliiKly dellublful and eliterUlnliii; reiidln);. A
pleasant hour can alwaya be passed In its cniupany.
Price l.'i cents a copy. Annual aubscrlpthm, J1.50,
I'n.lik Lf slie's Chatlerhox is expressly designed
to please the, eye with ils wealth of pictures, imj til
entertain and instruct yon I h ful reuders with Ils
rare hilly prepared literary contents, which will not
full to IU the attention of, and Interest nud in
struct, children uf tender years. The Clnuicrhoji
should belli every household. Published monthly
Price only 10 cenla a c py; or, $l.tu a year, post
FItANK LKSLIK'H PUllLlSIIISd tltidsH.
M, Ki, unr1 7 I'urk Pluce, New York-
S -4 w f TO SiiOOo A YKAR, or Sr. to
I K I II 'lay luyour own locality
I m SI !Norlslt Womeu do as well
I r V V " ""a MiiY make more
' v tlmn tin) amouiil stated
atiove, No one can full to
tnaliu money fusl. Any one can do the work. Yon
can make from fine, to f j an hour by devotmj; your
(vvntnus uud aparo time lo the bnsiiiesH, It costa
notblinx to try Ihe business. Noinltiir, like It for
money niuklnit everoirered hefoni. Ituslness plea
at.l and strictly lionoriibln. Reader, If you waul to
know all about thu best paying business before the
public, aend tta your address and we will send yon
roll particulars, and prlvute terms free;samplua
worth SIS also free; yon can then make up voiir
mind for yourself. Addrww UKOKUK STINfioN
CO. Portknd. Mai of
XKW ADVKUTISKJ1KKTS. V
: YEARS IlKIOIii: TIIK I'lllLIC.
ti i k g knuhst l:
uie not recommended as a remedy ''lor till
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, and all Billious com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they Ptand with
out a rival.
AG UK AND KKVKK.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As u simple purgative they are unequaled
11EWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never t-ugar-coated.
Each box has a red wax seal on the lid
with the impression, Mc Lvxe'sLivkk Piij,.
Each wrapper bears the signt turcs of C.
McLank aud Flkminw Dros.
J-tv Insist upon having the genuine Dti.
C. Mt Laxf's Livur Pji.ls, prepared by
FI.EMIMG 15R0S.. Pittshiirtfh. ! a.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLanf, spelled diffcient'y but fame
Ksrvru or Titom.ts t. au.kr, i i: usan
Slate of Illinois. Aiexi.n('.crcot.utj'.
To all partle concerned:
Vou arc hereby notified tbst on MoiuIm. tnc
liil ti dayof Februury.lsH), the aduiininrator ot saul
estate, will pn-seut lo the county court td Alejuimler
county, at t airo, Illinois, tiis ilnal tenon of
his lieu ana tlolues s such ndminlstihtor,
and ask the court to be discharged finrr any
and all further uuti n aid ri xpoiisilulities coi.tieci
ed with vaid estate, and his uCministrution ibc-ivf.
at which time and place, you maybe presei.l i.i.d
resist such application if vou i boose so to do.
SAMl'KI. K. WALK Kit.
Kstate of William MeCormlek. Den ust!
The undt rsiffned, havite; been appointed A ruin.
istiatorof the estate of William Mct'ormick. late
of the county of Alexander and tate of Illinois,
dereaned, hereby aiven notice that he will appear
before tue County Cour. of Alexander County, at
the court house. In Cairo, at the March term, on the
second Monday in Marvh next, at which time ail
persons haviuu cluima against said estate are noti
fied und rcqat sled to attend for the pnrp-ise ef buv
in(.'tht! same adjusted. All persous indeti'.ed to
said estate ur' n tjiieted 'o make injmediule pay.
incut to the underlined,
t,EOI-K FISH I. It
Dated lhi 'Jlst drv uf Jan. INsd. Arim!nisir..tor.
UWINlSTKATtiR S NOTICE.
RsTATK or ):sMs -l I.I.IVAN. I'M F.'.eKll.
The iin.-lt r' uned. Iinvini: been appointed Adriiln
1st rat,.r i f the stale i f lo-nnis Sullivan. lute of ihe
county of Alex'inder and state of Illinois, deceas
ed, hereby jivc t:utice ihat he will appsar before
the I'oiiiity Court of Alexander county, a' Ihe
Court llouse in ( airo at the Man li term, ou the
second Morula;.' in March next, al which time all
peroi havinir claim ntM'ffti ald cs'nte rue unti
tled and requested to attend air tLc purpose of h,,v
in"; the Mime adjusted Al pci-or-inrii h'e'd m
said e-lute are requested lo make linne dlute pay
ment to the undersigned.
PATRICK SULLIVAN. Administrator
Da'.i. l this '.i;, dayol .lanasrv. A. I'. Is:'.
XEW YORK STOIiE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
The Largest Varietv Stock
t.V 'I'll K CI TV
(JOOJ)S SOLI) VERY CLOSE
for. Nineteenth street and i P'lil'il III
Commercial Ave., f ' ill I L. 111.
O.O..PATIKH & CO.
Wjiiiei's Kloi'1,,1 ornerScMnth Siiedund Cum
n:t rcial Avi nue,
f)esi' - to inform the ci;i.oiiof Citiro and vicinity,
lliul i e bus a
New and Larc Stock of (joods
v. . '
Which htir will fccIJ nt actual coT.cont.il!jg (rf
Hat.s and Bonnets,
And Fine Imported Hose lor Jjulieii and itbMrireu.
Ladies' Turiiisliin Goods!
All tin very luteal designs. Price aslovaspoa
sible and uoods marked In plain figures, Will U"t
be undersold. Cull and examine, ftu trouble to
sliow Koods Ladles who du not see what thoy
want will plcusii nsk for P.
ACKNTS WANTKD. Wo want n reliable Ajrint
In every town in Indiana, Illinois, Iowa mid
Kansas, to sell our Medic lues. No Capital required;
but we do require. Bond recommendations. Ajtenta
can make Ally to one hundred ihSlars per mouth,
with lull" work at home. For fnrther purtU ulsra,
address MiOOKS A Ctl . 16V Chambcn St., New
Turk City. '. U. UoXWT.
IJ1 IJi 1 Will N
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a u. rs rx- A. M. JL, 1 V 1
TONTTNKS AND ALL OTHER POPULAR FORMS OF
SUIMM.US Over SKVKN MILLION DOLLARS.
i Nu Prsasir.ro Notts )
All Polors I iitcr.toMublf After
K. J. HURNICrr.Ant.
The (.rent Carriaire -Miiiitifacturinn House of the World.
N i :
Lent materia!, good wmkiniiiiidiip, liM.dM.iiiH sty.es. strung uml
tlwrhble Vt:h!r!ev itl fV'Ty re-pe,i t.
Manufactured hy EMEKS0X,
iu everv art of the
They give unfailing ftutiefaciiou. All their work is warriiutcd, They have received
te:timoiiiuls from all parta ot the country of purport similur to the following, hundreds
of which kre ou file (subject to inspection:
Messrs. Kbkon FiHimii Co. : Gai.va. Iuji., duly Ml, 1K7!.
I hive nsed one of your Top Hu'.'fleH three year, and threo uf Ulem two years in my livery stable,
und they have given me perfect sattslactiou and are Iu constaulasc. OSCAR SilALLKY.
Messrs. Con-ocK A .Iohnhoh. : Nawmiuiv, S. C July 17, 1879
Dear Sirs: I have been tisitiR thn Enieraoti A Klsber BuKRy 1 bought from you aa roughly I aop
pnse as auv one could. I bail a last horse, drove him at full apeud, sometimes with two crown ladles and
myself In the buijuy.and it Is to-duy worth nil the mouej 1 paid for it. 1 aay tho Kmerson ,t Klshtir
UiixKle will do. A. M. TKAOUK. Parmer.
The favorable reputation the Carriugee have made in localises where they have been
used Lr neveriil years by Livciymen, PhysicianH, Furmeru and others requiring hard and
constant use, has led to un increased demand from those localities, to meet which tho
manufacturing facilities of their mnmiuotL establishment have been extended, enabling
them now to turn cut in good style,
3 GO Carriages a Week.
EMERSON, FISIIElt & COAS
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Rcing in Feu- Tdri'i; VeatF.
Corner Twelfth Street.
HISHKR k CO.,
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FISHER A CO., are now in ut
CARRIAGES ARE THE REST.
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