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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1SS0
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
itt umii (nuwiiiTi isrimD).
IC. A. Buriu'tt,
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Letter and communication should be addressed
"K. A. Burnett. Cairo, Illinois "
nily Morning Daily in Southern Illinois
l.nrg'et Circulation ol any Daily in
OFFICIAL PAI'ER OF ALESAME11 COVNTY.
The house committee im elections will
ilei iue. by ;. strict party vote, to receom
iuccd the unseating of Mr. Washburn, of
Minnesota, and tin." admission of the Wath
The charges of bribery ami corruption
airfcinst Senator Ingalls in connection with
Lis re-election lust winter will be dismissed,
the con;witte investigating them having
decided that they have not been sustained.
So that nobody in Russia and elsewhere
will be disappointed, it is announced on
authority at St. Petersburg that no meas
ure fir the reorganization or reformation
of the political administration of the em
pire will be announced on the twenty-fifth
anniversary of the czar's accession to the
It has been discovered that Daniel Em
mons,' the. defaulting and absconding treasu
rer of a Boston suburb, expended most of
the $2t!.000 which he purloined, on a wo
man who uot long ago uchicved notoriety
in Washington as the mistress of a Michi
gan congressman. He promised her on the
eve ot his departure that he would let her
know his hiding-place, but this lie has not
done, ami she has just been conveyed to an
insane asylum. Kmmons had a sanctimo
nious face and was considered an exemplary
Tin: Washington post illustrates the ben
fit of the negro rule in this way: "It was
but a mild and gentle hint of what negro
suurage can be developed into, that was
afforded by the riotous mob called the Dis
trict of Columbia Republican convention.
Hut tiie suggestion hud a power! ul influ
ence on most of the white Radicals present.
It gave them a shadowy nnd faint concep
tion of what the white people of the south
endured when the negroes were on top and
rant held the bayonet to the throats of
Anuofcii it is feared iliat the pr.n-peet
of nccuring the national Democratic con-
vntion for Chicago Is on the wi;ne. a large '
siun of money has been subscribed with
which to make the attempt. A few mem
bers of the committee, while naturally fa
voring Chicago, believe that its selection
would be ilistacoful to Mr. Tilden, ami
for that reason will vote for some other
city. It is predicted by Republicans that
the quarters to be provided for their con
vention in the Imposition building will
surpass thos'; uf any previous gathering of
n similar nature.
Til ii Washington correspondent of the
Philadelphia Times snys: "He, W. R.
Morrison, has, beyond question, some very
strong points. In the fust place, he is a
western man, which is an advantage.
Next, he is as strong on the hard ni' iuy
question as Bayard is. Third, his record is
clear on thesubsidiry question, lb; has
never voted for a subsidy since, he hu, been
in congress, no nearly ten years, Ills
army rocord is good, he having been a
colonel aud Wounded. arid last, he Is a favor
ite with the Germans itselt a very Impor
tant thing in the northwest. In ml l'it'ion
to thene advantages he is a gentleman, bar-
nnti a little peppery language now and
then. What a charm it would be to have a
gentleman in the white house again. If
the growing interest In Morrison doe not
culminate in making him one of the dark
homes, then I (hull be luiatakcu."
Bishop IUtiK, testifying in Washington,
u to the removal of the Poncns, Boid he un
derstood that the tribe who :u Dakota had
been persecuted by the Sioux were anxious
to berwn.oved, and that they made no ob
jections until the government was on the
poiut of carrying the agreement into effect.
Ho believed they were taken away because
the authorities were afraid of the Sioux. It
was a common remark among the Indians
that ( the better they were the worse; they
were treated. In other words, formidable
and warlike tribes received more favivs
than friendly ones.
"An Ou Physician's Advk-i:." Coughs
colds, asthma and other jmlmonaiy infec
tions should be looked to and promptly
treated in time nnd thus nil serious ivsiilt
may be avoided, and for this purpose we
know of no better remedy than "Dr.
Swaynu's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry." The first dose gives relief, and it is
sure to euro the worst cold or coir.'h in n
very short time. Try a " cunt bottle and
lie convinced, nnd you will ilms ivoid a
doctor's bill, and most likelv a scin'ii spell
of sickness. Price 25 cents and $1 per bot
tle, or six bottles $5. 1 he large sizo is the
most economical. Prepared by Dr. Swayne
& Son. :&0 North Sixth street, Philadel
phia. Sold by all prominent druggNK
FRKD. DOlYi LASS' OLD MATKU.
Captaia Thomas Auid, so well km.wn a.s
once the owner ot Hon. rreilin k Doug
hiss once an eastern shore slave boy, nmv
marshal of the district of Columbia, and
one of the finest public orators in the
United States died on Sunday Inst at the
residence of his son-in-law. John C.
Harper, Ksq., near St. Michaels, Talbot
county. Captain Auld was eighty-live
years of age, had betu almost helpless for
a long time before he died. lie was at
one time a merchant at St. Michaels, was a
member of the M. K. church, was a most
excellent man in relations ot life, and
was a kind and indulgent master, when
lie owned slaves, fleeing them all at the
early age. of thirty-one years. In the year
lSji), alter young Douglass ran away from
his slave plantation. Captian Auld received
a letter from a gentleman in Canada, asking
if he would sell his freedom papers and
offering a liberal sum of money for them.
He did not reply to the letter, saying that
Douglass would have been free in a few
years had he not run away, and now that
he had gone, he could stay. After the pas
sage of the fugitive slave law in 1850. he
transferred his supposed right in Douglass
to his brother, Mr. Uwjh Auld, in Balti
more, who disposed of it to Douglass him
self, who was thus relieved of all appre
hensions of arrest.
The IVihknck Nr. hti.no au; ok t;ik
NvnsKRY. The billowing is an extract
from a letter written to the German Reform
Messenger, at Chamborsburgh, Pcnn.:
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 Susy to say,
"A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" for helping
her to survive and escape the griping,
colicking, and teething siege. Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup relieves the
child from pain, and cures dysentery nnd
diarrhcea. It softens the gums, reduces
inflammation, cures wind colic, and carries
the inlant sefcly through the teething
period. It pcrfoims precisely what it pro
fesses to perform, every pait of it w thing
less. We have never seen Mrs. Winslow
know her only 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 race. Sold by all druggists.
25 cents a bottle.
WHY ARK TIIKY TK01T.LKD '.
St. Loaia Tiuiep.
The paper makers are considerably stirred
up by the bill introduced in congress by
Mr. Fort, of Illinois, to reduce the duty on
printing pajv-rfrom 20 per cent, ad valorem
to 5 per cent., besides putting on tin- free
list soda-ash and other materials used in the
manufacture of paper. The inanutaetiirei s
vehemently assert that the outragi.ouly
high price of paper is r.ot due to the tariff,
but to the advance in wages, in the price of
rags, etc., and that the repeal oi the duty
would not have any great effect
upon the price. Then why in the name of
common senses are they spending their
money so freely in lobbying to defeat Mr.
Fort's billr It the repeal would leave
pi ices where they are the paper makers are
very foolish to devote their time and money
in hustling around the lobbies and commit
tee rooms nt Washington, giving reasons
i wny me tariii t u r 1 1 1 not lo oe eiiamrei .
Let the tariff be taken off, savs a h vel-
headed exchange, and then we shall know
v ho was right. Lobbies do not as .etnbh;
in Washington to defend protection that
does not protect.
Montukai, llKAIU) Fkom. R. L. Mosley,
of Montreal, Canada, certified September
27, 18711, that he had suffered terribly from
dyspepsia, and was completely cured by
taking Wamei's Safe Mittf-rs.' He says' :
"My appetite is good, and I now suffer no
inconvenience, tiom eating hearty meals."
l neso Hitters are also a specilic tor all skin
The "Noble Scratchers" and the German
Republicans ol New York will be able to
give a solemn warning if they unite th"ir
voices. I he latter propose to hold a con
vention at Syracuse, on the 21th iiM.. to
condemn the third term movement. If all
those Republicans who oppose this move
ment will say ho lrankly, it will come to a
THAT'S WHAT DDKS IT.
What puts u newspaper man on his ear
this v inter is to have a merchant whose,
goods Mie going up in price, and day by
day unriching him, "haggle" over the price
of a local notice or an advertisement, when
print paper is booming at the rate of a cent
a pound per d ay.
A Cuoss Baht. Nothing is so coinlucive
to a innn's temaiiiing a bachelor as stop,
ping for one night at the house of mar
ried friend ami bring kept awike for a llvo
or six hours by tho crying of a cross baby.
All cross and crying babies need only Hop
Bitters to made tliem well Hiid smiling.
Younj; man, remember tLia. Traveler.
45 YEARS UfiFORK TJIK 1TBMC
TT.1 g GE y TJ 1 IsTK
Dr. C. Mc LAXES
are not rcrommcKdcd us a remedy "loi ail
the ills that Ih sli is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, and all Billion com
plaints. Dyspepsia, and Sick Headai he. . r
diseases of that character, tiny Mtil ii:h
nit a rival.
agi:k and ri:vi:n
No better c.ithi'.r'.ii' can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they rc uncqu.ilcJ
BKWARK OF IMITATIONS.
The genu. ue are never sugar-coated.
Kueli box has a red -wax seal on the lid
with the impression. McLank's Liveh Pm.i..
Knch wrapper bears the signatures of (.'.
Mi'Lank and Fi.kmino Bi,h.
ii'"' Insist upon having the genuine Dit.
('. .Mt La.m;'s Li yi:h Pills, prepared by
FLKMIMCf r.KOS.. Pittsburg!. Pa.
the market being full of imitations i.f the
name McLank, spelled differently but same
Obtained for new invcntioni". er 'or improvement
on old sue; for medical or other rompoanda. '.rm'.::
marks and label. Caveats. Aisi.iimeuti. Inter
jereucce. Appeal. Suits for lnfriugetucnir, and
all cass flrisine under the Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Invention that lave been
Pv i FrTP I) ,,-T ,be l,s"-,ai fi'' tuv "'fi-
ljfl IuKjXIj I ' iii most i;ssea. be patented by
us. Beine oppositn the I'. S. Patent lienartni-iit.
aud engaged in Patent business exclusively, we caa
make closer searches, and ecure Patents more
promptly, and with broader claims, than thou; w'jo
are remote from W ashington.
I V WYTOfJI m01'''1 or fillet of
li lUJlij your device: we mi.ke ex
aminations and advise as to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential.
Prices low. and no charge unless l'aect is secured.
We refer in Washing'on. to Ho) Postmaster
Geseral U. M. Key. Hev. F. D. Power. The German
American National Bank, to officiald in the 1". is.
Patent Office, and to St uatora aid Pe'priscututives
in Congress; and especially to our clients in every
state In the L'nion and in Canada. Addrc
C. A. SNOW Sc CO.,
Opyoiite Patent Office. Washington U. C
J. T. AVAKREX & CO.
Oik liliW. Second St.
Foreign tn:i Oomestic dri (i and crki.i .I Kri;; :ind
Vegetiil)lt... Cmnied. uried and ;!! Fish. Pick
les, Sauce". Oils and i 'otdimt-Lts. Soup
staffs. Baking, I'owderr. ground and
whole 8pke. Toilet and Laundry
Soap-. Seed. Jellies. J'n-erTe
Fancy Grocer!- and Oro
.Stock unparalleled in the West.
SKNI) FOR OUR "UROl ERS" MANUEL,
TJ Si ;
llitrhcst Medal at Vienna Philadelphia
E.& II. T. ANTHONY & CO..
r!l Broadway,pv Yorli.
-VuntifiiCtnrer. Iinpotlers uml
Velvet Frames, Albums, (iraphoscopes,
Stereosi-opes and Viuws, Kngrav
iiigs, C'hroinos. Photographs,
And Kindred Goods- l eletirilles. Aclre-ses, Ktc.
I 'iotoy:rai)hi(5 Matcriivls !
We are lleud(a.irt"r for F.vi rv'.l.li j;
ik tbu way of
Stereoptieons, Magic Lanterns
Kach style buiiij: Die beftof It- tlun
tn Ihe market.
Ileaiiilfal I'liotogmplilcTniiisjiiirenek'" uf Statu
iiry and Kterrav ingt for the window,
t Convex gla-M, Maual'iietnrer id Velvet Fiamel
for M i ii I ut u n Mid Loiivi!, Glu-s pieiares.
t'ulnlogue i r I.Mitenih and Slide, with direc
tion lor using, sent on receipt u' t,. t-i.nti.. a-mo
TO Jill)" A YKAR, or V'
lo a diiyiii ionr own locullty
No risk Women do a well
u men. .Many make morn
I hmi the amount. Ktated
above. .No one run fall to
make money fust. Anv one can tin ilin wtirli you
can make ft inn Mk: in $gnn hour by devoting your
Bvenlug" and spare time to the IiiIiicm, n r0Ht
liotblngtutry the Imsliii sa. Notlili.u like It for
money making everollered before. HiihIil m pleas
ant lid strictly honorable. Header, if ymi want to
know all about the. In at paving husln-M Mntu tho
liilbllc, send n your adilresa aud ie wlllaeiid you
full particular; and prlvata terms freeiauiile
worth 85 alHofrne; you ran then iniiku up your
A CO, I'urUand, i!alu
A I J TTATTC
FEVEHAND AUUK PAD.
CURE BY ABSORPTION!
Without rosinsr-Tlio Better Way.
iTwranTTirniiiUMwnni n mmi'ii
LIVER & AGUE PAD
BODY & FOOT TLAS miS
Meditated Foot Rat lis.
These remedies which are the sole exioi.er.ts .i
the C'nre by Ab.orpOou nre oPtot,d to Dosing have
" en proved the chiapett unu .Mo.t Ltei tuai lieme
i!y fcr all Disease Arislngfrntti Miliaria or a iii;-r-dreed
Monihcb or Liver, aud il is a well knov n fact
that nearly ail the diseases thtt uttai k tl,e hiirtian
body can be traced diiectly o" il.direitly to lle.st
it la kuonn by actual experience that tl ere is no
disease that attack the voiab adult (n lio'.t. si v
es that ciin even be inodtlled by the use of d-ugs.
bat that can be acted on in a fur mere sHlislu -toti
atid permanent manner bv the HULMAN LiVF-h
PAD l O.'S Ktl.Y.LDJFS
N Ullllll'l-ll'SisI C'llS-l-K,
UlUwl-te;t,(l m 1.J Ji.j-oiul tl.-Koai-lx
of Mfttit'im li;v hwn s;;tv
etl umlei' t lie M iltl Aft itm "1 '1'iif s-f
lif mcilifH Aloric.
if Questioned. s nu tor our pampta i. 'Mi'.n-i
Laws." giving exli-udi d iuformation at d t. : n,
nialit from the trst pviiple of tLe lou.v.rv. Ai.ti.ed
The remedies are sent by rr.au. pest j-n.c. on r
chipt of price, except ihe Salt, which is n 1 1 i,y ix
prtsa at purchaser's exoense.
t-'unsuitation free, and solicited i.t oar 'file
by mull, tivltg full description el ju-nr vast.
DESCRIPTIVE PRICE LIST.
P.EGULAK PAD $i 00: Incipient diseases. rt
stages t Mil and ever. etc.
!'ECIAL PAD-$.')!: Chronic Liver and Mom
m li Disorder", and .Malaria
s-PLEEN BELT- f'i Ui; Knltrged Spleen ltd
Liver aud I lull Cake
INFANT PAD- ?1 Preventative and cure o
cholera infantum and s'jmn.er
. Auxiliaries for N'-rvou
r.ODY M.ASTEP.S See , and l irco ative Tr mb-
e throwii.g fl c.b
KCoT " jjbir 'jt. , stroctions and ruiov
' it.g jiains
Anxilarv for colds. Sick
AliMiIll 'j'K.N AI.T--1 , heaaacbs, tumbt.es of
box gT.c; tibo.es, f i , eitrcmitii. etc.
For farther informn'ion as to disease reached by
'he Pad aud ils Auxi.-arles, consul; oar pamphlet.
HATES ,Sc 1IANLKY,
Kman 2 and ii. r-ingt r Balliliti;. M. Louis. Mo
For Sal by PAUL 0. SCHl'II. RAIl
CLAY BROS., and FRANK HEALY,
Iriijrf ists, Cairo. Illinois
PROPIUKTOR OF SPKOATS PATENT
Wliolosalxj Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WKLL
PACKED FOR SHIIT'ING.
Car Lo.'kL- v Specialty
( ) ' I' 1 1; K :
Cor. Twelfth Street ai.d Levee,
XKW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Thf Largest Variety Stock
IN T1IK CITY'
iOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C'cr Nine teenth street and
C. O. PATIKIl te CO.
kstatk ok annua okiui. rKi kaskd.
The undersigned, having been appointed Admin-li-tiator
of the esluto of Hun-el (ii-er. hue of Ihe
Cuii nly of Alexander anil Mate of Ulnol,
Ceased, liereliy give notice that he will appi :ir be
fore the Coiinlv l- ourf of Alexander County, at the.
court house, m i id, at the April term', on ihe
thin: Monday in April next, at which time all plir.
win buviuir claluiH against u!d eslate are ti, Hilled
aud reiiuested to ntiend for the purpose of having
the same adjusted. All persons indebted to nald
eslalo lire reiiaesled to luiiku itliinedlalu navment
10 111 il lin.lerslgne
SKWAIII) fil-IEIt, Adinlnlslrator.
Dated this llrd day of Feb. A. 1). htn.
JOTICK (IK FINAL SETTI.E.MUNT.
In matter of Kstate of Dyn T. Parker, deceased.
To Kllaibetli P, Linker, Dva K, Parker. William
Tweed Parker and Jode Parker, hulr nt law of
Dva. T. I'arker, ileceased.
Yon nrci hereby notlllnd that I will, at tho March
term of the County Court of Alexander County, to
bo holilen at tbu court house, in Cairo, Mllnol, on
the anil Monday lu March, next, present my Dual
report of tho itullliimentof the aeeoiinta of shIiI h,
title, and apply for a discharge aa administrator of
sin u esiaie. lmien, lain., iiiiikiIs, Febrnary
IrMl. Ii, II. CIJNN KII1AM,
AdBjIulitratorofEiuitoof Uyus.'!'. Parkur, Dut'd
II NT I T K D
TONTINES AND ALL OTHER POPULAR FORMS OF
SURPLUS Over S10VKN MILLION DOLLARS
A'! Pu.i.is Iin-(ints!ii!i!e After Brine; ii. !. Thf-e Vi.r.
INCREA-K OF ASSETS
TWO NI L LL 1
K. A. UUHNIOT. AnU
The fireat Carriage Mamifarturinj House of the World.
rr i . . .
ljj I ILTiZM 'S
Beet materia!, j;i I m,i kmansl.iji, l.arelsi m' r-,tj, !. .-tiotii; t.r.J
durable vel.n les in i vi vy res'iect.
Mamitiirturcl by KMKItSON,
in every part of the
They .'ive uui'ailiny sutist'aetiun. All their work is warranted, They have received
testiinoniiilH from all parts ot the country of purport iniilnr to the following, hundreds
of which are on lile subject to inspection:
Messrs. Kiikh-oN Filii:n ,t Co. : (iai.va, It.i.., July Hi, 187!)
I havu used one of your Top Haggle tliree year, and Ihiee of them two yeai In my livery stable,
I.,.,, 1, ...I ..lu..., ...... I'.... I h.,t .!,.., I nt ., I), . u I ,i f, I II ui, OUeill U f .1 1 1." V 1
and they have given me pciiect satistiRtlou and oie
Mes-i". Coi't'ot ii A .Ioiinsiin.: Nkwhiiiiiv. S. C, July 17, 7fl.
Hear r-lr :- I have been using the llmerson ,t Kishcr llnggy I lioitgkt from yuu a roughly 1 sup
pose n any one could. I bad a fast horse, drove him at lull speed, sometime, with two grow u Indies ai d
in VMt-ll' In the buggy, and It Is to ilny worth nil the money I puid lor il. I sav the Kiiotsoii ,t. Fisher
Ilaggk'B will do. A. M. THAI. I K. Farmer
The fiiviirable reputation the Carriages have iiinde in locnli i , w here they li.ive been
used for several years by Liverymen, Physicians, Fanners and others requiring hard uml
constant use, hatt led lo an increased demand from tboMi local itirn, to meet which the
nmnufacturinir, facilities of their mammoth establishment li.ivu been extended, enabling
them now to turn out in good style,
8 GO Carriages a Week.
EMEHS0N, FISHER & CO.'S
8 T A rV K S ,
DCRINO YEAR lhlO. OVER
OX DO L 1. A KS
Corner Twelfth Street.
i i i
FISHER & CO., are now in use
In constant use.
CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST.