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VMI MOHNINA (UONOAT fXrerTlD).
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". A. llurnett. Cairo, Illinois
oulyMoruin? Daily in Southern Illinois
largest Circulation ol any Daily in
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXASDEK COUNTY.
Tuk Boston Traveller's Washington
scribe lias discovered that Hayes spends
only f 16,000 of his 0,000 salary, and is
worth f350,000, inherited from his uncle
Burchard. Hayts will save $1oC.000 dur
ing his tour years' fraudulent occupation of
the white house. When Washington was
president he had to pay ull his exjieni.es
out of a $23,000 salary, and lie did not get
through the year without disbursing ?:JS,
000. Nearly all Hayes' expenses are paid.
Down in the state of Jersey the wild and
horrible Democrats have had control of the
state government. Gov. McCiellan an
nounces that there will be no state tax
levied for the ensuing year, there being
ample means now in the treasury to meet
all demands ot the government's expense.
Such arc Sviue of the evils of Democratic
tuIc, and the more we have of thorn the
better we will be. Give us more De
mocracy. Major Rkno, whose bibulous habits have
led to his unfortunate downfall, has request
ed President Hayes to give him permission
to resign his commission to prevent the dis
honor consequent on the court-nnrtial's or
der dismissing him going into effect. Hayes
has a Kvpubliean pucedent of this sort
very many of them tor that matter. Grant's
tender heart once was so moved as to grant
this sort of favor to his secretary of war,
The late General John Brisbin, who was
buried at Newark, New Jersey, on Satur
day, is understood to have left about $tii,
0O0 in legacies to relatives and friends.
The remainder of his estate, whieli is esti
mated at over $250,000, is to be equally di
vided among eight oi the principal notable
institutions, including the Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
It is unfortunate for the cause of genu
ine river improvement that the propo-hion
to refer the subject of improving the Mis
sissippi river and tributari'S, as a di.-tinct
matter, to the committee on Mississippi
river improvement of the hou-e was de
feated. The su'ijeet properly belongs to
that committee, but tlie coimiurco commit
tee will now continue to be the iuacliiue oi
Thk president of a St. Louis savings
h-ju has been sentenced to three months'
imprisonment and a fine of $UO0 lor swear
ing falsely to the condition of the bank.
The jails would be uncomfortably crowded
if the enforcement of that penalty rjuld
be made general ail over the country.
Asotiikk advance in the pri. . of nails
has been decreed by the Western Nail As
sociation at Pittsburg, to take effect at once.
The new rate is $5.25. and it is expected
that it will be sent up to If j.'iO before tl e
1st of April. The nail-makers cviib ntly
mean to play the "boom" for ail it is worth.
A Nkw Yohk journal recently described
at great length 'two d ).en night dresses
which Mrs. Hicks-Lord recently had man
ufactured for herself at a prominent mo
diHto'B, audit la noticeable fact that since
Ihco Mr. O'Uonor's ardor seeim to have
Got. Cullou will soon be u kod to par
don an angel. This particular Angel is in
0. Joliet, fur ten years, for stealing $100,000.
WASTED: A LKADEll.
During the past fight years several popu
lar elections have demonstrated that the
combined vote of th opposition to tho He
publican party in Illinois is a majority of
the votes. As this majority has frequently
appeared in the election returns, wo arc
justified in believing it is not ephemeral,
but permanent. Why it is so, wo do not at
piesent propose- to inquire. The fact, as
we state it, is realized by nil the astute He
publican politicians, who hvo by office, or
who breathe an atmosphere of political
hope; a nd they tremble at he prospect of a
Nothing is wanted but a leader to com
bine this opposition. .Since the death of
Douglas the Illinois Democracy have had
no leader. They have rallied, only as the
highland clans used to rally, under local
chiefs, of more or less political sagacity,
who, being only human, have often been
jealous of their allies. Our worthy Repub
lican opponents are wiser than the Democ
racy in this regard. A large element of
the Republican party dislike Senator Login
it is not using t strung language to.-iy
they hate Senator Logan. But tiny
submit to his leadership, and obey
the crack of his political whip as promptly
as the trained horse in the circ us obeys the
whip of the ring-master.
In seeking fora leader, the Illinois De
mocracy do not need to choose a many-sided
political somersault turner like Senator Lo
gan, whose views of the financial question
have been as variegated ns his opinions con
cerning the late rebellion. We can find in
our party, men who have been always con
sistent Democrats, who have cot been
swerved from the line of Jeft'ersnnian. Jack
sonian Democracy by any popular clamor or
any sectional excitement.
Prominent among such men is lion. Wil
liam R. Morrison, the representative in con
gress for the past twelve years from the
Belleville district. He has acquired a na
tional reputation, not by the arts of the
demagogue; not by a brilliant facility of
speech, commonly called eloquence; not by
riding on the crest of a popular wave, put
in motion hy a disturbing clement :n the
body politic'; but by demonstrating, with
out any violent effort, that lie is truly a
'man of affairs,'' that he is endowed with
unusual capacity as a legislator, that he is
a gentleman in the largest American sense
of that word, ana that he is a conserva
tive Democrat, who is always ready to buttle
for the constitution in the halls of congress,
as he was ready to fight for tin Union in
the army of his country.
William R. Morrison is in the prime of
well preserved manhood, being about 50
years of age. Twenty-one years ago he
was speaker of the house of representatives
of the Illinois legislature, and l.e proved
himself equal to every emergency rf that
position. He served with distinction as
colonel of an Illinois regiment and was
wounded twice at the head of his command.
After the war his neighbors sent him t
emigres:.! and have kept him there' twelve
years. He has been chairman of the com
mittee (if ways and means, the most impor
tant congressional committee, and the
chairman of that committee is rej'.gnized
as holding the position next to the speaker.
iu congressional honor. Ho is at present a
member tit that important committee, uid
is regarded as on-; of its most useful and re
liable members, lie has nothing to ex
plain. Credit Mobilier in vestigatioiis have
no terrors for him. The most iu:k!c.s po
litical slanderer dares let charge
him with any vote or act
of even a suspicious character.
With great respect for the oilier leading
Democrats of tie; state, we desire to plate
William R. Morrison promiiu e.tiy before
the Democracy of Illinoi s as the fit ami
proper man to receive our support for presi
dential candidate in the next Ijr..o rat'e
national conventiou. We claim i;o patent
for nominating Mr. Morrison, nor lor sec
onding his nomination. Prominent Demo
cratic papers in New York and Pennsylva
nia have already placed before their readers
the name of Mr. Morrison as a suitable
man upon whom the Democracy of the
whole country can unite at the next elec
tion for president, and the Illinois De
mocracy should feel proud to be able to
present to our next national convention for
nomination the name of one of her citizens
so well esteemed at home and abroad as is
William 15. Morrison.
WHAT TUB PAPl'.lUS.VY.
Lew ri:tm Sl'lllllli'l I Item.)
Republican stale conventions can reverse
thi.inselvi s with us much facility as Repub
lican supreme courts.
l'illi"1! ti Ti'1ckmIi (Hep.)
Giant in ii-1 l" a unanimous candidate,
or none at all, and stubborn lights after
state deletions will take all the frfshnc-n
and spontaneity out of hi.t canvass.
Cliii'KJJU 't lllll'n (tint I
Don Cimeron g ithers lis bold Pennsyl
vania delegates to Ins manly bosom, and
says like the mother of the Gracchi, "These
are my j"Wi'ls." He knows they arc, for
hc'n paid in one way or other fur every one
Clnelnimtl Time" (Hep,)
Bayard would be a strong candidate. We
know no reason why he should not tun as
well in Now York as Mr. Seymour, or in
Ohio as Mr. T.iuriuau. We should li ku to
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, 1SS0,
see him nominated, Then, if the Demo
crats succeeded, we should have a president
we could trust.
Uluclm.atl lai'iutrer (Don.)
If Mr. Tildcn should be re-elected presi
dent and assume the duties of the cilice,
the Sunday evening services of dong at the
white house will probably be discontinued.
Mr. Tildcn is not a singer, and he wiil not
have Schurz to play on the organ.
Boton Tranxerlpt (bid.)
The Grant and Blaine strikers arc
"shocked positively shocked.'' It is al
leged that persons in the service of the
treasury department have been "working
up" the South in Secretary Sherman's in
terest They are "shocked"' -that's whM
they are "shocked."
'ev Yoik Sim (1ml),
Pennsylvania can hardly maintain any
longer the proud boast that she is a free
commonwealth. In the election of the
chief magistrate of the nation the voice ot
her people is smothered, and a man, in
whose wicked heart burns an intense
hatred of our free institutions, is permitted
to speak for her. One lich and ambitious
man rules this gnat slat.-, exacting the
most implicit compliance with bis
will. The state submits, and
any commonwealth which tame
ly submits to such dictation is
estopped from afterward asserting that she
is free. Were the Democratic party unit
ed, there might be a reasonnble hope that
this ancient commonweal' li would again
assert her independence, her self-respect,
and her devotion to liberty. But the Dem
ocratic party so far from presenting a unit
eit front is rent into factions, and powerless
for good. It is idle to try to make light of
tucli an event as the pledge v( the entire
Pennsylvania delegation to Grant. If Don
Cameron and his associates had the power
to bring this about, though they may not
elect General Grant, they may count him
in, and, ultimately, tiny may crown him.
IS Vofll II.UK FAI.I.ISO OH TfllNlNO
Giiay.' "London Hair Color Restorer," the
most cleanly and delightful article ever in
troduced to the American people. It is
totally different from all others, not sticky
or gummy, and free from all impure in
gredients that render many other prepara
tions obnoxious. It thickens thin hair, re
stores gray hair, gives it new life, cures
dandruif, causing the hair to grow where it
has fallen oil' or become thin, does not 'oil
or stain anything, and is so perfectlr and
elegantly prepared as to make it a lasting
hair dressing and toilet luxury. Loudon
Hair Color Restorer is sV.d by all druggists
at 75 cents a bottle, or six bottles for $4.
Principal Djpot for United Stat", :::Ul
North Sixtli street, Philadelphia.
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WOOD AND COAL.
I i;ii.,l el
Cord Wood, Stove Wood,
Coal. J lie.
DIG MUDDY COAL
Wool! AN I) COAL YAL'B:
iciuh street. Hcnveen Wasiiinsrton and
i omiiien i.il
Ml'.I I 'AI..
THE ONLY JIEMHXE
Tli.it A. ts iu the S.tiiie Time oil
AND thk KIDNEYS.
Tic-si' T' hi i. rent;- an tin- Nularnlclr'iin" re uf'lic
Svk,.h II il.i Hurl; m-altli will lie p'-rl'Mi.
If' ttiev bei nli.e i !o".'eii. liren!l,il (lln-ucic 'lie Hire
to lUll'llW Ailll
Iliill'. ili-lii',", lli'Uiliw lie. D)ie, slii. .Iiiuinlin-. Co!.-
iUmliin.nl.l I Mi -: oi Mi.li' y ( ii;,i'jiHM,
(irilVel. Dillll'Mi', Sclllllii ut la tl.u
I'rliie. Mnky er Hopy t ilic;
or Klit-'.i nun !- l';i. i,
titjil ui'Ih h,
are l1.' vlepci Iimviuhi' II e Iilefiil t, i.uj.nni-il will)
liiniin r Unit limiai lii.n- he. -ii rxpeili'ii i.muraily .
will nature the l.eulliy iictinn iiml il iheim ile
Uriivlna evil will In- hiil.i-liril- icfli-n tlicin inn)
yiiiili' hut In KiillVr.
TIiiiiiiuii1 luivc Deeii eiin-d . Try it nial you wjll
mid "lie iniirr In the unrulier. Take it M.ii lieiiltli
will unci' i ii 1 1 r- kIiiiIiI'-ii your In art.
Why intler lnii;;er I'ri'in the tenni-i t ef mi nehlnK
loo k ?
W ii v hear mi h illHtrem from t.'iiii;piiitm utiil
Why lie ii fenrl'iil lii--iiiiH' of illHinh n il nrlh't
Ki'Ni:y WeiiT will cure you Try u .iuk:ij;u at
Kai'e mill he I'litlffli'il .
It ii- u ilry vi'ehihli' i nmiHUOMl iiil
('lie taiekiuie linihcN slx'itlults el' im ii Inc.
Your ilrninrhl li'i" It nr lll i-t ll h.r uu. In-hi-i
npiiii It it v 1 ii if II . I'rlci'. Jl nil,
LI.l.S, HlcllAKDSON ,vi CO . I'ri.prletnra,
1 (WIIIitihI pn.tlmlil i llurllnii.n, Vt.
O-i A'1"?ll'"', A YKAR. r
I 1 II i)rlsi W,ii,., ,,
'a. I. yvvf," M,"V ,,i"k"
Tosaein A YEAR, ,.r to
1 1 1 M tt Hie HIMiiitiii utiiteil
ulinvn, No line inn lull to
tiiuke money mt. Aiv tn ettri do tin- worlt. You
i nn iiiuke lioin ruie to un lunir hy ilevut Inf your
r,veilni' mill npiire tlmeto t lie iMi-'iin-HK. It'roct
nollihi j to iry the hiu-ltieim. Niiihlnu like It fur
money tiiukltn.' evaoll'ereil hefore. iiiliiri.n pleax
at.l uinl kHIimiv hoimriihlc, lieiuler, II' von want to
know nil iil oii! tin, hi nt paying htiKlnean hehire Iho
pnhllr, m ini in yutir aihlron ami mi will mud yon
hill purlli tilurM unil prlvutu t'-rnm free ; HiunpW'M
worth l'i aUol'ree; you can then innke np voyr
tnltul for votiri'lf. Ailun (iEolltiK STlNtSoN
4 CO. I'urllnud. Malur
X E W A D V 1 1 IT i S E M N f S ,
43 YEARS JlfiKORK THE PUBLIC.
Dii. 0. McLANE'S
arc not recommended as a remedy "for all
the ills that th-sh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, nnd all Billions com
plaints Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, tiny stand with
out a rival.
AGrJIO AND FKVKJ.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after inking quinine.
As a simple purgative they arc uiuqualed
BEWAKE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box lias a red -wax t-cal on the lid
with the impression, McLank's Livkii Pin,,
Each wrapper bears the sigiifturt.5 of C.
McLank ami Fi.t. MING El.Os.
J-v'Tnsist upon Laving the genuine Dh.
C. .McLank's Livi:h Pili.s, prepared by
FLEMIMG BEOS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of ihe
name McLank. spelled dilferentiy but same
TEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TJIJ-: CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteen:!: -:rett nd ip
Ci;irin.err:a. Ave.. f
C. O. PATIEJi & CO.
CONSTITUTION WATER !
THKKK Tl.MKS .V DAV
CTKF.s :;!!I'il! i S !IEASE. INFLAMMATION,
OF TUK KIDNEYS, MONK IN THE hl.AD
DKI:. c'AT AiiHi! OF THE HLADOKH ot.K.IT,
DIAI'.F.TES. . HAVEL. I'UICK DDEK DEPOSIT,
CIlll.Dllooii w E.iMisv
Female CeiMplaints a Speeiality.
For by all Drarjiifto. S-1 for eirm'.sr.
MOKOAS A A LI. F.N. Mt .M,t.!.. N. Y.
1'ItOPKIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Re FRIG KRATOR C.RS,
Wholosule Dealer in Ice.
K E BY THE C AR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED roil SHIPPING.
Loads a Speeinltv.
() V K 1 C K :
: for. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Wi::t-r's lilc k. ' i m-r enh street nnd Cem-
fl: I I'ilt Avenue,
-if '-" to ;tife: in " ii
c ;:..Ti- (if Cairo ul. J vIKuity,
New ami Larire Stock oi'fioods
V. h -!i will i" il ul a (TV A I. e(T.'.ia.s.-t':l. ul
Hats and Jioimets.
Al.il Fine Imported llofe lor bailie uud I'liUdri n.
Ladies' Furnisliinjjj Goods!
Ail lite very Intent diflun. l'rlrea n low n pin
ichlc nnd (.'ixiile nutikrit In plain lluref. Will not
he ninlereold. ( nil nnd eMiuiiiie. No trouhhi to
how i;ooih I.ndlen who do hot nee what they
wiuit will ph ark for I'.
I'HTATR Or liri'.llKI. lil'.KII. IHtl KASPD.
Thr uiulerMnncil, haviiiK lieen uppoliiti'd Admin
Intrnlor of the cHlillD of lliirn l liei r, lulu of the
Coiiiitv of Mcxiuidcr and Situte of IIIIiioIh, do
Ci'HKeif, herehv t'lvr" notice thnt liu will appear he
fore the Comity Cotirt of AleMiiiih r County, it t the
court houe, in Cairo, tit the April term, on tho
third Monday lit April next, at which time all per
mum Ionian i'liilmn uirul uet Hiild cxtute aru nolliled
and r''iUect""l toHtlend fertile purpotc of linvlmr
tint natnii adjusted. All porHoan Itidchti'd to mild
CKtntn am rcipietited to ltiuke limnudlato payment
In the unilerHlLttid).
LICWARD (KKU, Admlulntrator.
Dated thlt Urd day of Feb. A. D. IstJO.
LRfJi ASSURANCE SOCIETY
U X I T E ID
TONTINES AND ALL OTHER POPULAR FORMS OF
J'o.icis Ii:coi.tesa:ile Al'ttr
INCREASE F ASSETS
T V O M 1 1. 1. I O
Washington Aveniu1. Corner Twelfth Strwt.
K. A. liUHXtrrT. Aent,
The (ireut Carriage Maiiutactuiini; House of the World.
good wi rk:;.ar..-l
Mamifactui'cd hy EMERSON,
iu every art of the
t u.uuu t
They give unfailing satisfaction. All their work is warranted, They have received
testimonials from all parts ol the country of purpoit similar to the following, hundreds
of which are on tile subject to inspection:
McM.r. KMKkM.NHiMiRiUCo : ,, ai.va. Ii.i.h., July in. 1S.9.
1 hnve ii-ed oi.e of your Top IIiil'L'Ic!' three year, and three of them two yearn In my liv.-ry Htah'.c,
nul tlify hnvu viven ute perfect ute-lmtlou utid are In constant un: OSCAK tMALl.Ky . .
rn Coi'itck A Johnson.:
i...... I i,v.. t ,i iitieiT the Kmi'Mon .t
pu.e n unvote' could I hnd a I'm-t hoie. drove him lit full pcctl, Kotnctliuc" with two crown In'dlco nnd
mvHelf in the hunw, md it Is tu-iiny worth ad 'hu iiioney I paid lur it. I nay the Eiiicrmiri & Flfher
Du'lci- wlii do. A- M' 1 tA(.l fc. l ariucr.
The favorable reputation the Carriages have made in localities where they have been
used fir several years by Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers and others requiring hard and
constant use, lias led to an increased demand from those localities, to meet which the
manufacturing facilities of their mammoth establishment have been extended, enabling
them now to turn out in good stylo,
3(30 Carriages a Week.
I EMERSON, FISHER & CO.'S
S T rr K S ,
(No ru : urn Nutcp . )
Bvinu' in Fi
DURING YEAR l"?.'. OYER
X 13 O u EAHB.
F I S H E ll & CO.,
in tv-rv r'-pi
. t-trorg and
FISHER k CO., are now iu ne
Nr.wT.Miny. S. ('.. July 17, lSiu
Fisher DllL'i.'V I honest from roll a roilehlv I piiii-
CARRIAGES ARE THE REST.