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OTTieUL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COrSTT.
The Ohio senate is a dignified, slow-LuOV-ing
body, ve:y careful of its case, and l :
at all preiipit-te in its action. Its longeft
beteion in any cce day in January was
three hoar : its shortest five minutes. In
twenty -sis J-iys it has been in session just
r-AYB the Springfield Pn;'Ub'.it:.n: "Ap
parently since the "Whburne letter they
hive bec-n asking in llinvis, Who will care
for Logan cr-v;" Ti.ere is no ntcl t . ask
that question in Illinois, where, as ii very
well known, John Logan has a way of car
ing for himself, which, however S'.-lf.sh,
seems to be entirely successful.
Tun Tainell meetin-at Detroit, was an
T)thusia-,t':c one. At its close $l,0ut) was
biibscr'.bed for the relief of the people of
Ireland, and a much larger sum was taken
; in ti.i. dour TVii- n lebrated agitator
leaves tor Chicago at 10 o'c.ock this fore
noun. Everything is in readiness there fur
the great demonstration at the txposition
building this evening.
Siiehibax Shook, of New York, is look
ed upon as one of the most sagacious and
astute politicians in the country. In 173
he was fortunate enough to bet that Hayes
would be the Republican candidate for pres
ident and that he would be elected. A day
or two ago Mr. Shook gave it as his opinion
that Seiiatoi Elaine would be the nominee
at Chicago, lie feels so ceituln of Elaine's
nomination that he is is ready to bet his
money on iiici.
A iiATHF.i'. r uiai kable decision, with re
gard to the names of persons, has just been
nude by the s'lpnme co;.:t of Indiana,
The court decides in euutance as l'mlows:
"The legal name of a person consists of one
Christian name aud a surname. Any one
may have as many middle nanus, or in':-
tiuls. as are given to him or as he choost
to take. They do not atr.xt his legal naiue 1
and may be inserted or not .n a deed or i
contract without affecting its validity. Nor
docs a mistake in the midd,e initial of a
name, in a deed, in any v. av afll'U its v..i-,
Congress mak CurntNw:.v is opposed to
silver money. It is stated that when he
draws hii salary he h aves that portion of it
which' is paid iu silver, viz: ten p' r cent, in
the treasury. His object is to allow u
wheelbarrow load of silver belonging to
him to accumulate in the treasury, when
lie propoMS to loail it in a wheelbarrow
and wdieel it into tho house of representa
tives to show what u imisanee silver money
is. Congressman Chittenden is determined
to achieve notoriety in one way or another.
lf Senator Edmunds is appointed to the
supreme bench he will have to be appoint
ed by Hayes' succcs-or. The si h' me to re
tire Mr. Justice Hunt bus fallen through
because the Democrats declined to support
it. They expect to elect the le x ptcvideiit
and us Mr. Justice Hunt cannot be retired
(ma pension as the law now stands until
neat year, they huvn concluded to wait mid
ce it the condition affairs will not be such
that a Democrat can be appointed to the
place. It would require a special act of
congress to retire Mr. Justice Hunt at this
time. Under the circumstances Edmund's
chance Isnot worth much.
Amonu the many rumors atloat about
pylitics and politicians, there is one to the
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25. 1SS0,
j i uvntrii I THE DAILY BULLETIN. I LIFE AS'TRAXCE.
effect that General Butler will soou declare
himself a Democrat. It is understood that
this move on the part of tho general U for
the purpose of securing the Democratic
nomination for governor of Massachusetts
There seems to be very little doubt that he
will get the nomination in the event that
lie acknowledges himself a Democrat.
The general seems to have hut one ambi
tion in life, and that is to become the gov
ernor of Massachusetts. He wants the op
portunity to snub some of the Boston aris
tocrats, who have taken delight in snubbing
Scarlet fever hns broken out in Vandah.
The Crow family, poisoned by eating
canned Salmon, at Peoria, are recovering.
Dogs have been doing great damage kill
ing sheep about Kenuy, De Witt county,
the last few days.
Pontiac proposes buiM "a!y stone and
gravel sidewalks hereafter, dica:dii)g
wooden walks altogether.
The commissioners of the Joliet peniten
tiary have bee ii at Michigan City, visiting
the Indiana state prison.
The Masons of Alton have purchased the
old Courier building, built by George T.
Urown, in 1S-VJ, and will make of it ue of
the finest temples in the state.
The moulders employed at Pitts & S,i;s'
threshing machine work', in Marsfillcs,
have inaugurated a strike on the ground of
the refusal of the employers tu lesture the
ten percent. reduction ol wages made two
The Ilavs Telford murder orcuned in
Marion county about a year ag.-. Hays
has beeu sent t the penitentiary for the
crime. The family of leltord have hail a
mrnument made that displays a curious
t iste. to say the least about it. At the top
of thi shaft is carved a large butcher
kr ife Then follows:
Ci-orgi: W. Uayt.
D ed Jan. Js, T9,
A;td i-Jv.,6 au'Ji d'i
Who is Mrs. "Winslow .'As this o,ucs
tioa is IreiiUently ttsked, we will simply t.cy
that she is a lady who for upwards of thiity
years has untiringly devoted her time and
talents as a fema'le physician and r.uise,
principally among children. She has es
pecially studied the constitution and wants
of this numerous class, and, as a result ot
this effort, and practical knowledge, ob
tained in a lifetime spent as nurse and
physician, she has compounded a Nx.thiiig
Syrup, for children teething. It opjrat'g
like magic giving rest and health, and
is moreover, sure to regulate the bowels. In
consequence ol this article Mrs. Winslow is
becoming world-renowned as a benefactor
of her race; children certainly do rise up
and bless her; especially is this the case in
this city. Vast quantities of the Southing
Syrup are daily sold and used here. We
think Mrs. Winslow has immortalized her
name by this invaluable article, and we
sincerely believe thousands of children
have been saved from an early grave by its
timely use, and that millions yet unborn
will share its benefits, ami unite in calling
her blessed. No mother has discharged
her duty to her suffering little one, in our
opinion, until she has given it the benefit of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. Tiy it,
mothers trv it now. Ladies' Visitor,
New York city,
cents a bottle.
o!; bv n'l i!rii"'ri.t. '."!
Mimpbis Iiailwiy Kecurd.
As nothing has been said on this subject
for some time, a few remarks might be ac
ceptable. The reports which went abroad
last summer were tagged with such flaming
streamers as "Yellow Monster Chawing up
its Victims."' The (Iru.ly Ghost Stalking
Through Vacant Halls."' "Panting Suf
ferer" Strewn Along the Roadside.'' "The
Red Handed Pirate Scuttling Fn sh Ships."
"Collins Walking to their Contents, owing
to lai k of Transportation." "Cannot Rury
the Dead b' cause They won't have any
thing but Metalic Cases." Now, we sub
mit, if such things ns this are not
ju't a little alarming. We have
taken too much pride in this business, and
now having distinguished ourselves over all
competition by having the fever two sum
mers in succession, we should rest on our
laurels and let some other place have a
, ""e i a msposmon now niani-
test to not have it again, either in fact or
f.llirVi un(J W(, j,. t,ht i(Mnpi,;K
c.vp'Tiencc hereafter as healthy summers as
cls"here. 1ST!) has been clearlv settled
as the windil)'' lit) of the hiisinet of 1 KITS'.
prepumtory to a permanent withdrawal
from o"r midst. The nation with a big
him nu;c -ii nas nan is cnantv nxeu
to the u'lnot and won't take any more
sto.k in the enterprise: so we must do as
we do when we have fifteen minutes for
dinner help ourselves.
"Fr.w UK the 1 i.i.- ok Liki;" are more
prevalent and distressing than bilious !is
orders. The syinptoins ur" low spirits,
want of energy, restlessness headache, no
appetite, sallow skin, costiveness and other
ailments which show the liver ii in the
proper way to do it is to use "Dr. Swayne's
Tar and Sarasparilla Fills." Their effect
on the liver and blood is wonderful, re
moving pimples nnd all eruptions, leaving
the complexion tair and fresh ns in youth.
Price 25 cents a box of thirty Pills, or live
boxes fer $1. no. Sent by mail on receipt
of price, by Dr. Swayne A: Son, IlliO North
Sixth street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
Pn.r.sl I'n.i-.s! Picks! Do vou know
what it is to MifVcr with piles? If you do,
you know what is one of the worst torments
o! 'he human frame. It cure's constipation
and then its tunic action restores health to
the dise'isecl liuwcls, nnd prevents recur
rence of the iliseiise, Try it without delay.
-i A WKKK in your own town, and no
rillilllll riMllcll Vnti ..mi irlvii tli. i
i "biiHliie kn a trtiil without exiietifi1.
I I The ln'fl iipporlunlty ever ofleri-d fur
iiiiji!; ,iuuiu wura. ion niwiuiu
Irv liothinu elfe till Mill nee far vimr-
l If ivhut vmi run do at the ltilncnii ve offer. No
Kioui toespluln lii're. Yttu ciin devote all your
time or only your inre 1 1 nm tu the biiufneim, 'nud
make tire at, piiy fur every hour 1 tint vim work
Womeu make an iiiurh nx men. Hend tor aiiectal
tirivate terim nnd rartieulHrn. uhlrh wit mull tree.
Jlioiitfll free, Don't roinplnlii uf fmrd litneii while
you have niii'li n chnnce, Addruti 11, 11ALLKTT A
fllE CEI.KHiJATED (il.YCEKlNE I.OTtnN
i- iiives immediate relief, and a rudicai turc Sir
Itlininiatisin. Neuralgia, Malaria.
Pirlitl.erlii, Pneumonia, Sure Thi-cut.
Inflammation of the Limes. Ete
Lame. raok. Ir,ttir.niiu'en of tbe Kidneve. Ilmk
ache. Pile, buuiniif. or r-orciafs of I he ft-et Iron;
whatever ciuife, lltirni- or Si n'iif . iir.dull luilumma
tury Dlsennf. "Sr.t.uijiile" will fave life, lionol
IK'L'leet io buy a bottle.
mr illumiLated circular-' eut free ou applicatiot
We tmrnntee talivfartlou or money refunded
Price. ri4c. nnd SI P' r buttle.
Trial bottle iV.
S.mrri. (it:miv .t Contaxv.
Proiirietorc ilT Preadway. New York
Trad.' MppiUd by JJerrifon, Pluniimr A Co.
Arn TTATTC1 "15
J. T. WA11REX & CO.
(H & OfiAV.SeconaSt.
Fore: en ai.d Domestic crinl and caur-cd Frails and
Veiro'.iibiee. Cunutd. dried and salt Kith. Pick
It'", Sauces. Oils Old CuEuimeLts. Soup
HufT". Bak'.Lq Powders. ltouciI aud
whole Spice. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps, s.jul, JeUSe. I'resi-rve
E.'iLcy tiroceries ar.d lro-ce.-s'
Stock unparalleled in tho West.
SEND FOR OUR "(.ROCKRS" MANUEL.
rpilE CITY NATIONAL EAXlx
CAPITAL, SI 00,0 0 0
W. P. HALLIHAY. PresieLt.
H. L. HAL1.I1IAY. YicfsPreslfieSt.
J 11. S.VM l il. Acticj C.-hi'..-.
staat tatlob. t. t. iiallipat,
HKNIIV L. IIALLIliW, B. . ' C NtMiUA M.
P. U. WILLIAMSON, TEI'UE!I BIliK,
H. 11. CASHES.
Exchange, Coin and United States Loin's
LufuHT AND suLD.
Dnp.iF::r'.ce;vcd and a scleral V.akiLS b-.s.n-
"FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
1 STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Ikon AVokks
3 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. ILL".
John T. Itennie,
HAVlN'i enablished hi wortf at tV- above nien
ti.jie d pia'i- in better prepared T.'.an ever for
uiuniifiii Mrinx Stemn tnirines and -Mill Muchinerv.
llaiii.u' a SU-'tm llutiiiner ai.d ample TooIh, the
Diaiiiifact'irc of ail kn:n of Miichim-ry, Itallroud,
Steiiinboat and ilride l-''!rL'iiii- mmie u'jneeiulty.
inl u;tei.tiuii i;ivei. to repair' of h ''inecai.d
llrun' CaHtir.K' of hll kiinlr mud'! to order
Pipe Y ttiliK iu all iti ura:!'i.: .
XKW YORK HTORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
TIkj Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY
GOODS .SOLD VEHY CLOSE
Cor.Nineteenih otreet nnrt i
Commercial Ave.. i
C. O. PAT1EU Sc CO.
U:V MCSIc: llOCSH-Come where the l.l!en
1 liliiiiin, line ; Yoeal Wnltxef, rmr; The llrlcl-e
rice; Drifilim with the Tide, i'e: I'onr (Mil Tnuiio'
i"e; I'listniie l,lltleThoiihl fur .Me,4tle J I'm tieu',!
Iluck to Ahiliimm to Die, -Hit-; llieiik the Nhvh
(ieiilly to .Mntliei-, .iie; 1 1 iii-1 fH mid Alone To
nlu'lit, tiif-i sleep mi. Little linrllii!.', tiie: l(ein,.m.
li- r the Old FnlkH lit Hume, loe ; Cume Wheru my
l.nve l.len Dieumliii;. I k-, -in order to nil vi-rt Ihi i,y
new Mu-le, Unuwe. 1 will, for the next clxiv (iiVH
felid puslpiilil In liny HililiesH nny of (lie nliiive ,.,'.
llhir pfecen ol Xieel tiuii'lc lor HV. enrli, or
whole lot ij in worth at the reu'ii'ur retnll iirii-,.i
for .til. Adui-esi, J. II. IIOWAIII). '
La CroBe. Win.
AG15XTS WAXTJOD fAM.
ed, mid only complete nnd authentic lilstorv ul the
irri-iil lour of
Grant Around g World
It d"(M-rlhe lioynl Pulures, Hnre CiirUiHl t Ir n
Wnnlih mid WolideiH of the Indie", t'liiim, Jui,,..,'
etc. A million tieuple want ll. Thin In the hei-i
ihanieof your life to niiike money Ileware r
'catch penny" imltiitlt iim. SumiI for vlrciilnm uml
extra term" to iiireiita, Aildrenn Natlouul PuIiIIkI.
luitt!ol'llK:AtiOorHT. 1.01 18. "
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Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
and 0.U.U tcr Sheet Posters and
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Letter Heads. Hill Heads. Mote
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PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
II E FIJI G E R A T 0 1 1 C'AL'S,
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE IJY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
() J-' K 1 C K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee.
State of Illliioi., AleMindi r i ounty, r.
KsTATK OK .XAIIilAliKT CAMBI;"N, lir: I. i-J; 0
To the h-irn "and ail others com eriied" of mid
You are hereby notified Unit on Moniiny, the
Sth day of Murch. Iswi, the udiiiliil-irninr o'f :ild
estate. will present to the county court of .Mi-runnier
county, ut Cairo, llllnol-, lliuil report of
Ills lietH mid 1 1 1 1 1 1 lt k- neli iiiiiih,(.!nii"r.
mid n-k the ronrt to he illsehnrieil from any
uml nil further ilulles nud resiioin-ililllilei. coniie.-i-ed
wlih suldei'tiite, mid Ins iiihnliilslriitlon thereuf.
at w hli h time nud plin-e. yoa may be present uinl
resist such iippllcmioii If vou ehoose so to ilo.
41.) ,M IN ISTItATOlCS NOTIcK.
KsTATB OK It t ' It 1 1 K I. IIIUMI, IIRI RASRtl.
The iiinlersiiriied. huvliur been appointed Admin
Istrut ir of the . Htiite of llurrel (ieer. line of the
C'oiiniy of Alexander and stute of IIIIiioIh. ilc
reiiHeil. hereby t'lveH notice thai he will appear be
fore the County Court of Alexander County, at the
court house, tu Culm, nt the April term, on the
third Monday In April next, at which time all per
terns liiivini: claims iil'iiIiihI kiiIi) estate an1 noililed
nud reilllesle.l to Htlenil for the purpose of hlivilu'
the same adjusted. All persoiiH Indebted to Hiild
esliitu are reiiueled to iniiku linitieiliale piiynient
to tho tuidersk'ned
SKWAltl) (iEICIt. Adinliilstriitor.
Dated thla :ird day of Feb. A. I), lsso.
JOTICE OF FINAL KETTLE. ME NT.
In mutter of Estate of Dyus T. Parker, deceased.
ToKllmibelh P, Linker. Dvas !'. Parker. Wlllliim
Tweed Parker mill J ode Parker, heir ut law of
Dvhk T. Parker, deceased.
Y'oil are liereliy notllled that t will, at iho March
term of the County Court of Alexander County, to
be holden at, the court bouse, tu Cairo, Illinois, ou
the and Monday In March, next, prem nt my flliul
report of the neltlementof the accounts of said en
title, and apply for a dleeharirc us iiilm'iilslrulnr of
xiiid ettiile. Dated, Cairo, IIIIiioIh, Fehrnnry 11(1,
1SWI. 'It, 11, CCNNINUIIAM,
Adinlulslrutur of EbUteol Dyaa T, Parker, Duc'l
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
TJ X I T E JD
TDNTINES AND ALL OTHER POPULAR FORMS OF
A.I po.h.s luottirtable Aftr E-lru in Fi rce Thru- Ye..is.
!NCR1AE OF ASilT Dl'RI.NG YEAR l-rTfi. OVER
T A' C) XL I L I , L OX D O 1. I . A 11 S .
i:. A. HUIIXIOTT. Atrent.
The Great Carriiiire Maimfacturin'r lltnie of the World.
rr) I Jujjftrio.s mid Bl met oils,
U -t ii.t.f. i.ft!. vu :kii.ur..hir, l-'.i- i-f n,e stylis. str.rg and
durable v hit '.-s in every resj i- t.
3IaiiufacturHl hy EME1IS0X, FISHER & CO., are now in uc
in every part of the American Continent.
They oie .infailiiii.: satisfaction, All their woik is warranted, They liavc received
testimonial from all parts ol the country of purport similar to the Pillowing, hundreds
of which are on file subject to inspection:
Mer L'mi:k-on Fisiir.n.t Co : ,, , (Ji.va. Ii.i... July 1(1. Kt.
I have u-i-d one ol your Top ll'Tpl' t tir--r years, and three uf them two years In my livery stable,
lii.'i t tn-.v huve j.',vcu me pet feet sutisluulou mid i.ie in coiistant use. USCAK SilALLLY.
Mi -m. CoiToi-K.f Johnson.: t Ni;n iiKitnv, H. C, July 17, lTit.
Dear Mis:i huve been iihIiiu the Emerson .1 Usher Tiucvy I boueUt from yuu as rolichl.v I sup
po.e us unv one i oiild I had a lust horse, drove hilu at full sp-ed. soiuetlniea with two tfrown IihIIch nnd
nivelf iu the biit'irv. and it is to-tlay worib all 'he money I paid lor It. I hiiv the Emerson A Plsher
liiiics will do. ' A- J l'A,,L L- 1'urnier.
The favorable reimtation the Carriagi a have made in locale it s where they have been
used f:.r Hcveral years by Liverymen, Physicians, Fm mors and other requiring hard and
constant use, has led to iin increased demand Irom those localities, to Meet which tho
manufactuiin 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 T A T ES,
(Nn 1 rr-.ilcm Noief )
Corner Tweiith Street.
FlSHEi; k CO.,
CARRIAGES ARE THE REST