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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER CCVNTY.
Dn.MM. ham, the young devil who out
raged and murdered his aunt in New
Hampshire last week, died yesterday from
tie effects of his self-infiicted wounds. Ho
had been an industrious render of dime
novels and cheap periodicals.
Gex.Sim.letox, of Illinois, a member
of the house committee on inter-oceanic
canal, hopes to secure the adoption of a res
olution declaring the impropriety of ailow
inir any foreign government to have control
of this enterprise before the president
hands in his message on the same subject.
Senator John Lih.ak says he docs cot
object to a Grant and Blaine ticket. '"All
I want," says he, "is to have Grant on the
ticket, so that the Democrats dare not count
him out.'' Logan is terribly afraid the
Democrats might imitate tha scurvy game
the II ..-publicans played in li76-77. Thieves
are always suspicious of everybody else.
Governor Robinson vetoed a bill au
thorizing the election of women as school
trustees, but it has gone through the pres
ent assembly without a dissenting vote, and
with the addendum that women may be
tru.-.lcs. Cornell will doubtless give
the bill his signature, and partially en
franchised women will rejoice exceedingly
and fail to register.
Denis Kearney is trying to work up a
riot in San Francisco. He has demanded
that the Central Pacilic Railroad Company
shall discharge all their Chinese employes
or take the consequences of an assault by
the lioculuuis. The new constitution ot
California forbids the state or eoiporations
o hire Chinese labor, and Kearney claims
that he has the organic law on his side, but
he pnipeses to execute it with his t.ind lot
prrubs without waiting for process.
There is no longer any doubt that John
Kelly and the New York Republican ma
chine politicians arc working hand in hand.
The understanding between them is that
the sachem shall be uivcu l,y R-publiean
legislation the control of sufficient patron-
age to hold his sixty thousand voters to
their allegiance, and prevent the possibility
of a Democratic majority in New York
next fall. Bills designed to give the boss
Tammanyite additional political power
have already been introduced at Albany.
Amo.no the nominations made by Presi
dent Hayes of supervisors of census for In
diana was one Democrat, a Dr. Seymour,
who seemed to be abundantly worthy, but
in response to party pressure he withdrew
the name, substituting that of a Republi
can. The present senate has treated Mr.
Hayes with uncommon consideration, and
if it grows restive under tin; iuti i.se partl-
sansbip which has been forced upon him
out of his weakness, and displays itself in
the ap pointmcnt of supervisors, he shouldn't
wonder. Let hiin recall the senate's treat
ment of the nominations of Andrew John
son. Scant courtesy was shown him.
Pincuback, the well known professional
office-beggar of Louisiana, has had a by
no means uncommon experience with the
president. He was promised the plane of
Lewis, naval officer at New Orleans, uud
the appointment was actually written out
when Lowis, objecting to removal, present
ed himself with what Mr. Hayes probably
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: "WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY" IS, 1SS0.
regards as the strongest kind of backing.
Mr. Kcnnier, of the '7(1 returning board,
has a place under Lewis, and suggested to
Mr. Hayes that Lewis rmisti't be removed.
That was enough. Piuchhack has gather
ed up his broken promises and returned to
A i.etti:u from London states that the
Princess Louise returned to C'r.uadi with
the greatest reluctance. She dislikes the
society of Ottawa, ami looks upon her stay
there as pecies of exile. In England tie
leJ a brilliant life, surrounded by lovers if
art, literature, and imisio, but amo!:g the
people of the Dominion capital she Cuds
none sufficiently cultivated to be congenial.
It was not until the- queen had sternly re
f.isoi to give her permission to remain at
home that she sorrowfully began her west
ward journey. It the melancholy piincess
would come to Chicago occr-ioually, f lie
would soon regret that she did i::t leavo
THK LATEST COKSKT.
London L' ttrr lu New York Time.
D the way, as a privileged person. I was
one day this'week in a famous store, shown
the latest corset from lin. It was a most
elaborately made pair of stays, niade to ex-
ocgoratt! a" narrow waist by the addition of
artificial hips and nrtiricial bust. "K.:gli-li
ladies will wear this a great deal during
the coming season,'' said the artist who pre
sided over my private view of the new in
vention, "but my Paris correspondent tells
me thev expect to semi mure to America
than to LX'land." Tim truth is the Lnited
States is quicker to adopt the French fash
ions than tngUml ; ana in coutrua,. -unc
tion to this bad sign of the-furthcr promo
tion of tight-lacing, there is the good one
of an artistic revival in London society of
the baby-waists and loose robes ofyhc curly
"An Old Physician's Advice." Coughs
cold?, asthma and other pulmonary ariV-c-tior.s
should be looked to and promptly
treated in time aud thus all serious results
mav be avoided, and for this purpose we
know of no better remedy than "Dr.
Swavne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry."" The first dose gives relief, and it is
sure to cure the worst cold or cough in a
very short time. Try a 2 cent bottle and
be convinced, aud you will thus ivoid a
doctor's bill, and most likely a serious spell
f f sickness. Price 23 cents aud 1 per bot
tle, or six bottles $5. The large size is the
most economical. Prepared by Dr. Swayne
ct Son, 330 North Sixth street. Philadel
phia. Sold by all prominent druggists.
THE MONOPOLY PARTY.
The monopoly party in congress, the
bounty jumping protectionist party, stands
solid in tlie house committee against any
reduction of prohibitory duty on steel rails.
It is presumed that our two senators and
one congressman will stand likewise for a
measure that prohibits railway progress in
the west and levies on our producers and
consumers an enormous tax on all the steel
railroads, for the sole and exclusive b'iiellt
of four or five Kessemor steel nianufactur
ers who dictate the price ot steel rails in the
United States by preventing competition
through an extraordinary prohibitory tariff.
Democrats are well nigh solid against the
The Florence Nioiitinoai.e ok the
Nursery. The following is an extract
from a letter written to the German R .'form
Messenger, at Chainbersburgh, Penn.:
A liENl.K ACTRESS.
Just open the door for her, and Mrs.
Winslow will prove the American Florence
Nightingale of then ursery. Of this we are
so sure, "that we will teach our Suy to say,
"A blessing on Mrs. Wiuslow" for helping
her to survive aud escape the griping,
coiickinir, and teething siege. Mrs.
Window's Soothing Syrup relieves the
child from pain, and cures dysentery and
diarrho'a. It softens the gums, reduces
inflammation, cures wind coiic. and carries
the infant sefely through the teething
period. It performs precisely what it pro
fesses to perform, every part of it nothing
less. Xs'v have never seen Mrs. Vinslow-
know her oulv through the preparation of
her "Soothing Syrup" for Children Teeth
ing." If we had the power we would
make her, as she is. a physical saviour to
the infant rac. Sold by nil druggists.
23 cents a bottle.
The city of Pueblo, probably the point
most affected by the recent railroad coin
promise, will have the benefit of two com
peting lines, an advantage not enjoyed by
anv other citv. The Chieltauq wlucli was
j very bitter in its opposition to the policy of
'f ''' Grande, says ot the compromise
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we are iu better condition as regards rail
roads than any other town in Colorado. We
enjoy two competing lines to the east and
two to the south. Denver is at the mercy
of one corporation, which controls every
line of track leading into and out of the
Montreal i'ieaud From 1!. L. Mosley,
of Montreal, Canada, certified September
27, 1879, that he had suffered terribly from
dyspepsia, and was completely cured by
taking Warner's Safe Hitters. He says:
"My appetite is good, and 1 now suffer no
inconvenience from eating hearty meals."
These Bitters tire also a specific for all skin
WOOD AND COAL.
! ( "IKKLKll
Dealer ill all kind of
Cord Wood, Stove Wood,
DIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD ASP COAL YARD:
Tenth Stmt. Betweon Washington ami
45 YEARS BE FORK THE I'lT-LIC.
TJ IK GENUIN13
Dii. C. MoLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "icr all
the ills that flesh is h 'ir to," but in all'n--tions
of the Liver, and all liillious c u.
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, r
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUH AND FKVEIf.
No better cathartic- can bo used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are uncquahd
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine r.re never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLa.nk's Liver Pill.
Each wrapper bears the signrturcs of C.
Mo Lank and Fi.emino Buns.
V Insist upon having the genuine Dn.
C. McL.vne's Liver Piles, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittsburgh. Pa.
the market being full rf imitations of the
name MoLane, spelled dilfcrmtly but same
Obtained for new invcnlionc or for improvi mi its
un old i.e ; forrr.cdieitl or otber compounds, trade
murkf uud IhIiWx. c'uvcsip. Asripnucuts. Innr
fiTeucen. At'p'.n. Suit for Iiil'roii'enu-ire . und
ft'll canee arieini! under tbe l'nteiit Luvt. prompt
lv atti'iidi'd to. Inversions tlmt have been
Iff T U'TVTl bv the Pator.t Office may st!
l' in moHt casvi. be patented by
ite the U. S. I'ateut Dej'itrtnietit,
tie Ht'tusr oppofue me l . a. raieui iJt'i'uriuieni,
uud ensured iu Puteut biii'tneHP cscliiflvcly. we can
make closer eenrchec and secure Patent? n.ere
promptly, and with broader c'.uini!1, thuu tLose who
are remote from VaMi)i:ton.
fYVPYTfll nr mci(,t'' f,r ' ,c'' '
Jill 1 UJlO your device; we muke ex-
amlnatione aud adviiff'as to patentability. !ree of
eharu'e. All correi-pondetice strictly contldeutia!.
Prices low, and no cburjie unlece I'utcr.t -st-curt d.
We refer in Washington, to lloo Poctmn-ier
General V. M. Ker. Rev. K. P.Power. The German
American National Hank, to officials iu the 1'. S.
Patent Office, and to ty-nainra and K'-prewiilutive
in CTirrec : and eopeclally to out client iu every
State lu the Uuioo and iu Oanutia. Addreii
C. A. SNOW Sc CO..
Oppoeite Patent Office. War hlnetos 1). C
J. T. WARBEX & CO.
(U & 00 AY. Second St.
Foreign and Donieslic dri. d and ennned 1'iulti. un 1
Vegetable". Canned, drh'd and "all l'i-h. I'ic'.;
le. Sauce. Oils and Coadim- tt-. Soap
ftutV. Puikini! Powder, croiind and
whole Spice". Toilet and Labudrv
Soup. Seed. .Kl'.ies, I'resi-rve
Fancy ,iocerii" and ro
Stock UTiViU'.ilhdod in tlie West.
SEND FOROni 'GROCERS" MANUEL.
Winter's l! lock. Coiner seventh Ktrei t antl Com
inen iiil Avenue,
Doalre to inform the citizen" of Cuiro and vicinity,
that she I: us a
New and Large Stock of (Joods
Which she will ell at actual cost.iou. Ung of
Hats and Bonnets,
And Fine Imported Hose for Entile and Children
Ladies' Furnishing Ooods!
All the very latest deMim. Price an low no
ibln and Kood market) In plain tutvt, will not
he undersold. Call aud examine. No trouble to
show Kood. Ladle wiio uu not tee what tbry
wain win paut at a lur i'.
FKVEll AND AUVE PAP.
(URE BY Al'.SORPTION!
Without BoMiiff Tlie Bettor Way.
I1YE11 & AGUE PAD
BODY & FOOT BLASTERS
Medicated Foot Baihs.
Thco remedie which ar? the pole esocir.ts i !
the i M;re by Absorption are (:j.tn ml to 1 'i.-;i,l' !.i..e
bveli provtil the cheapest hDtt M(.t Kill . lu n.e
dy for all lUeat' Arixinsfroui Mu'.uriu or a iXin-T-
dreed stoiiiuch or Ltvi-r, :iLd it is a well ki i v. n hut
!t:ni nearly h',1 Hie dis, ai e that !!stii the LiUiati
body can lie liaeed dirttto' w n.iiireil.y lu tbi-e
It is known by acti'.nl isperlei.ee that U ere . lo
disease that attack the yiith al.d adult in l oit fes
es that c.u evi u be u.odilli il iy the i:se ofiniiL".
hut that tau be acted on iu a !ur u.t re sh iri... tor
and permanent tiiuni.er by the liOI.MAN LIVEh
PAP LO.'b UEMEPIES
XiimlerlfsH t'liscn, r'inally Ac
kno-wledtrt'tl to it' Ji'y'iul ih
Keach nf Mndiciiii' h:iv Iwn Say,
eil untltT the Mi lit Action ot 'I hes-f
If qrii'tinnti. send for our pan, j t..i t. -Nt.'e.reV
Law." jrivlng extended informal lot. ami t r-- in . -t.ials
from the llrtt p'-ople ol tac iu;m:iy. .Mu.lvil
The remedie are "t.t by man. ponpu.u. ea r
chipt of price, except tbe sail, which n ml irel
pres at purchaser'!, eioense.
Consultation tree, and so.ii ited at cur th'.'.'
by inal;. yivlbg full deseripliou tf your care.
DESCRIPTIVE TRICE LIST.
ItEGULAH PAD-fi : Ir.ctnictt dinaff . trs!
stace C bill and Fever, etc
SPECIAL PAD-$J U: hn.nic Liver and Stom-
uch Disorders, and Malaria
SPLEEN P.ELT-Sri oo; Enlarged Spleen and
Liver and Chill Cake.
INFANT PAD-1 'id: Pri-v ntaUv and f ;re o
fcolern mbntjiu and s..miner
, Ar.xiliarle fur Nervous
BODY PLASTEKS M-c and ('irtnlative 'Irmb
'. throwinir rl ib
Fl'C)T " lair'yc strucf.on aLd j'.jiov
' Auniarv for cold". Sick
AP.sOl'.I'TION SALT--1 hernial hs. r.umbi.t s of
t-ox i'jf; ti boxes. Jl.i' j cstremstie. etc.
For Li.-t!;er iulorn.uiior. as to disease" reached by
the Piti1 :.t.d its Am:. 'a.--.es, ions, lit oi.r un.pt;.
HATES cc IIAXEE V,
Itocti. kui .-iiii-r Eji:i:tc St. Lot;:. Mo.
For Sale by PAI L G. sCIIUH. BAR
CLAY BROS., and FRANK MEALY.
Di iti'gists. Cairo, Illinois
PROPRIETOIi OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Ft E F B I ( ; E R A TOR C A S ,
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SMITING.
Car Eoads a Specialty.
() 1'" V 1 (.' K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee.
y.EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and I
Coinir.erclai Ave., f
c. o. patieu & CO.
DMINISTltATOR S NOTICE.
KSTATK OF r.ellUKI, (iKKII, OE' KASI'.tl.
The uude.rsiened. havlnirbeen iippolnled Aditiln.
Istrator of the estate of lltnrel (ieer. late ol the
Coiintv of Alexander and State of Illinois, do
ceanecf. hereby (; von notice that he will appear be
fore the County Court of Alexander County, at tlie
court houc, in Cairo, at Hie April term', on tlie
third Monday In April next, at which lime all per
rons hnviut: I'laiiiiH iiL'alusi sulci estate are nol iftoil
and reiuest"i to atlend for the purpose of hnvliu'
the aine adjusted. All person Indebted to said
estate arc rcuiicsted to niaku Immediate payment
to the. undersigned.
SEWARD (JEER. Administrator.
Dated thi t)rd day of Feb. A, D. 1SH0,
JOTK'K OF FINAL .SETTLEMENT.
In matter of Estate of Dya T. Parker, deceased .
To Ell.nbelh P. Linker, Dv.i F. Parker, Wllllnm
Tweed I'arker and Jode Parker, heir at law of
Dya T. Parker, deceiised.
You nro hereby notified that I will, at the March
term of the County Court of Alexander County, to
he holden at the court house, in Cairo. Illinois, on
the ttnd Monday lu March, next, present my Dual
report ot tne uitiememoi me arcoiint ol said es
tate, and apply for a discharge a administrator of
aiu t'sliile, uatetl, Cairo, llllttol. r'elirttary
lr. It, II. CUNNIUUAM,
Adailnlstratur of Eetalcul Dya T. Parker, Dvc'tl
1 I 1J M
U K I T K D
V I I I I V I I '
TONTINES AND ALL OTHER ICPULAR FORMS iF
Ir.c ' r.tt stt.Mo Aftu
!'.'( REAsE OF A!-ET DURING YEAR 17'. OVER
T 'V O M I J. ION D O L I. A 11 S .
A G EXT??
IS. A. BTJRXKTT. ALrent,
The (ireat Carriage Manufacturing Untile of the World.
i;. -t in;
d w iktiatsi.lp. l.tiiji-i !i.c
Manufiutiiu'd l.y EMERSON,
in every part of ihe
Tiny yive tinfailii.c; satisfaction. All their work is wnirunteil, They have received
tertiiiiouiaJs from till parts ot the country of purport similar to tin; lill,ving, hundreds
of which are '.-n Hie subject to inspecticn:
.Messrs Fit:s.-oN Fi-nitn A Co : (Jai.va. Ii.i... .luiy 1T!.
1 have ue( in.,, ul your Top Iluceie thri e year, and three of tl.eiu two yea: In my livery stable,
ntil they have (jiviti mu pertec; satis an tiou nlid ate in (oui'ant use, OSCAIt SMALLEY.
Jles.rs Coi poi K A- Johnson.: NEwp.Kmiv. S. C, July 17, 1s;n.
Dear Sirs :-1 have been using the Eiuersop A Usher lltifpy I bouekt from you a roughly I up
puse as nnv one roiilU. I bad a lust horse, drove him at full speed, sometimes with two crown ladle ninl
rnvHi-ii in t'l;e hii'y, and it Is to-day worth all the inonty 1 paid lor it. 1 suv the Emerson A Fisher
Ihieitie wili do. ' A. M. TEAiil'E, Fanner.
The favi rable reputation the Carriages have made iu locali it s whno they have been
used f;.r several yeats by Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers and others rcciiniing hard and
constant use, has 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 style,
360 Carriages a "Week.
EMERSON, FISHER & CO.'S
S rr A T 111 S ,
Si:VEX MILLION DOLLAJi:
No I'"t ....:u Notes '
B'-ir.g in IVice Tl.i"- V .r-
O F J'TCE :
Corner Twelfth Street.
FISH EE ft CO.,
vety rcj e t.
FISHER k CO., are now in iw
CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST.