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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY i!9, 18S0.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXASDF.K COO'TY
A company lias been formed in Boston to
construct a railway iu Mexico from tlie cap
ital ot that republic to points on the Texas
frontier ami the Pacific coast.
Blaine men at Washington claim that
the Illinois Republican convention would
have been called for an earlier day if the
Grant managers had not feared their ina
bility to control it, but Mr. Logan de
clares tliat this assertion has no foundation
The proposition for n constitutional
amendment prohibiting the manufacture or
sale of intoxicating liquors came up iu the
Iowa senate, but was postponed
until Wednesday by Republican votes, that
paity fearing the effect of a discussion on
the municipal elections w hich take place on
The students of the univcisity ot St.
Petersburg are generally held responsible by
citizens of that capital for the crimes recent
ly committed there. Threats have been made
that if any violeuce occurs on the anniversa
ry of the czar's coronation every student will
be lynched and the university burned to the
ground. In consequence of the bitterness
of the populace the government has been
compelled to take measures for the protec
tion ot the school.
Postmaster- General Key has been
catching "hanking"' in congress for trans-pc-ending
the limits of the last appropria
tion for the postal service, he having spent
several millions of dollars more than the
law allowed, iu order to extend the "star
service." Key is a weak man, but person
ally hones, and while he certainly violated
the law, it is fair to believe that be has not
been guilty of official corruption in his
"star service"' extensions.
The epistles which close the FioynMi
Shcxman controversy arc by no means the
least interesting of the series. Gen. Sher
man, writing to the secretary of war, in
dorses the opinion that the civil courts
aford Roynton every facility fur righting
his grievance, und takes occasion to reit
erate the olfensive remarks complained of
by the latter. Roynton concludes by stat
ing that according to the president's de
cision in this case, refusing n court
martial, no military officer will, hereafter,
injure his army standing, at least during
the term of this administration, by de
nouncing any citizen through the public
press in language of the foulest abuse,
t-veu though he repent this language to the
president in official form, lie congratu
lates the country, however, ou the proba
bility that no officer but the general will
ie found to take advantage of Mr. Hayes'
The German Republicans of New Yotk
have had a monster meeting at Cooper in
stitute to protest heartly against the third
term notion, and have made thcnis'.lvcs
litard simultaneously with Mr. Conkling's
declaration, that the Empire state i for
Grant. The addresses were in German uud
were made by well known German Repub
licans, and the resolutions condemnatory to
a third term were heartly npplauded. Mr.
Jlassaurek was couietimes lacetious; for in
"There are some people who assert that
Grant must be elected because he lias cir
cumnavigated the world and learned many
. things that will be of great value to him as
the executive, lie has traveled extensively
in Europe and Asm; has received the hos
pitality of crowned heads; lias been dine.'
and wind by them, j A voice: 'Make him
emperor of China.) If ho learned in that
highsocictyanything that qualified him to bo
the cheif olheer ot the nation, then l an
vise you to elect him for a third term. But
I am very much afraid that such society
honorable as it may be, is not a good school
lor the president ol a republic lotut tip
plaust'l a company of princes. I hope he
did not learn nnytliuiL' bad while abroad
but in traveling as Grant did, I dare fay
there is no danger of learning anything at
Who is Mrs, Winslow ? As this qucs
tion is frequently asked, we will simply say
that she is a lady who for upwards of thirty
years has untiringly devoted her time and
talents ns u leinale physician ana nurse,
principally amonr children, bhe has ts
pecially studied the constitution and wants
ot this numerous class, and, ns a rtsmt ot
this effort, uud practical knowledge, ob
tained iu a lifetime spent as nurse and
physician, she has compounded a r)o?liin'
.Syrup, for children teething. It operates
like magic giving rest and health, and
is moreover, sine to rcinilato the lowcis. In
consequence ot this article Mrs. Winslow
becoming world-renowned ns 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 Soothing
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, and unite in calling
her blessed. N 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. Try it,
mothers try it now. Ladies' Visitor,
New York city,
cents a bottle.
Sold by all druggists. 2
HON. W. R. MORRISON AS A PRESI
t'OLMN.-YILLE, III., Feb. lSSO.
To tlie Editor of the .Missouri Republican:
The Republican is doubtless aware that
Hon. W. R. Morrison's name has been fre
quently and prominently mentioned in
both the east and west in connection with
the Democratic candidacy for the prcsi
dency, and many Democratic writers have
usscrted in his favor that while Mr. Morri
son was a firm Democrat that he command
ed in rather nn unusual degree the confi
dence of Republicans, and that this was so
to an extent that would cause many Repub
licans to support him should he be the
As to whether this is true or not, some of
uiy personal Democratic friends wish me as
a Republican to say a few words about this
matter in the Republican, und although I
do not wish to dictate to my Democratic
friends as to their candidates or policy, a
sense of ordinary courtesy "compels me to
comply with their request.
As a member of the Republican party
who has labored for years in Illinois in its
interest, and who has had free access to
many of the party papers here to forward
party purposes, it bus often been my duty
to oppose Mr. Morrison's candidacy for con
gress, which 1 4 endeavored to do in a
fair but earnest manner, and there
fore I ought to know something of
what the Republican feeling is toward him.
The statement that the friendly prestige
which Col, Morrison carries with the Re
publicans would be an element of strength
in his favor, were he to become the Demo
cratic presidential nominee, is tiue.
Col. Morrison's services in the army and
his solid sensible record on financial meas
ures rentier him popular with Republicans.
Mr. Hendricks is not so, Mr. Tilden is not
so; Mr. IVivard is to some extent, but noth
ing like Mr. Morrison; besides we take it
that our Democratic friends will act wisely
und select their chief candidate from the
west. If they do, Col. Morrison is their
most available candidate. This is the testi
mony of a stalwart Grant Republican.
e have now complied with a request
from Democratic friends and the Republi
can will bear testimony that the writer is
no sham Republican writing to please Illi
nois Democrats. Personal friends, who are
political opponents, have asked me us to
my knowledge as to certain facts concern
ing Col. Morrison's prestige with the Re
publican party, and I have lowered with
out reference to who it will help or hurt.
We are tempted to add one more word: if
the Democrats knew their business and
they appear to be waking up to a sense of
the situation they could secure Mr. Mor
rison's nomination before their convention.
A Rl-l'l III.R A.N.
'Few of the lu.s ov Like" are more
prevalent and distressing than bilious dis
orders. The symptoms are low spirits,
want of energy, restlessness headache, no
appetite, sallow skin, costiveness and other
ailments which show the liver is in the
proper way to do it is to use "Dr. Sway tie's
Tar and Sarapari!la Pills." Their effect
on the liver and blood is wonderful, re
moving pimples and all eruptions, leaving
the complexion fair and fresh as in youth.
Price y.j cents a box of thirty Pills, or five
boxes for ifl. 00. Sent by mail on receipt
of price, by Dr. Swuyue oc Son, .'iM North
Sixth street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
San Francisco Chronicle.
For some years past the Mormons have
been anxious to secure a foothold in Mex
ico, and they recently dispatched one of
their prominent men to confer with Diaz
on the subject. The reply obtained is hon
orable to the Mexican government. Mor
mon emigrants will be protected in their
worship, but polygamy will not be tolerat
ed. It is not at all probable that the saints
will (bid Mexico even so desirable a land as
Utah. The abandonment of
only a question of time.
Ui-wmsk ok M u.AiiiA. The prevalence
of malarial diseases in country ami town
indicates a daiiyer to which we are all ex
posed. These diseases are easy to contract
and b ird to eradicate. Rut Warner's Safe
Pills neutralize the poison ami cure them.
And they lire equully effective against all
Maine News. Hon hitters, which is
advertised in our columns, are a sure cure
for ague, biliousness and kidney comp'aints,
Those who use them say they cannot be Un
highly recommended. Those ulllieted
should give them a fair trial, and will be
come thereby enthusiastic in the praise of
their curutive qualities. Portland Argus.
45 YKAKS HEF0KE THE PUBLIC.
THE DAILY BILLETIN.
The Daily Bulletin.
Dn. C. MeLANE'S
arc not recommended as a remedy "lor ail
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, and all Rillious com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, ;r
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AG UK AND FKVEK.
No better cathartic can bo used prepara
tory to, or alter taking ijuiiiinc.
As a simple purgative they are unequaltd
REWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never fiugij-couted.
Each box has a red-wax sef.l on the lil
with the impression, McLane's Liveu Piu..
Each wrapper bears the siguKures of C.
McLank aud Flkmino Rnos.
!-S?Tnsist upon having the genuine Dn.
C. -McLane's Liyeh Pill?, prepared by
FLEMIMG BEOS., Pittsburg).
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLank, spelled differently but sime
COLLECTED WEIJvLY, or
SIC Per Yen-, 810
If paid Yearly or Semi-Yearly
The Weekly Bulletin.
THKEK TlMKsj A DA V
C'tTiRH EHKillfS DISEASE, INFLAMMATION,
OK THE KIDNEYS. STONE IN THE liLAH
DEI?. CATAHUH OK THE IILAIlllEK. OLKKT.
DIAIIETES. (iHAVEL. HK1CK-DDEK DEPOSIT,
Female Complaints a Speciality.
For ea'.e by all Drugf.-lftp. Sn.U fur circular.
MORGAN A- ALLEN, h'.t .li.lir.St.. N. Y.
EW MUSIC IIOlE-Couic wii.rc thi- I.:'.ite
Hlovm, i.ec: ncul alUi-p, ric: Ti.c Unite
M'c; Driftim: with tbt-Tide. 4(io : l'ti.r Old'i'piii;!..
Idc: tan i.iii' Little TlimuiLtfi-rM.'.-iCc: I'm t.oiiic
nek to Aliihumu to Die. 40c: Kri'dk the Ncw
icntly to Mother. -Sec: Iloini-lff-c ai.d Alone To-
iiitht. 40c: sli-ep on. Little Durlinc 4Cr: licir.-in-)tr
thn Olil Koikf ut Jion:e. 4ec: Come Where niv
five Lie HivnmiUL'. 4'i; Id order to advert in- mv
tiew .Mlii-ie Il(i:i'.'. 1 will, for the Lext 1-ixtv
end jittifiid to liny uldns any of the ni-.c, v;- ;i(.p-
:ur piece" oi Leet niu'ic lor lee. men. or the
tiole lot i?l) 4wortB ut the r. l'ii'i.: ret.', tirico
for SI. Aden- J. H. HOU'Al.'D.
La Cro.-e. Win
A (i K TS V A VT s-R f m- rich
ed. und only complete ucd auth-.-Ltie
ureal lour of
lii-K-ry I :Le
irant Around World
It d.-forilx-p ltovul Tulace. Liire Ci;rio!tle.
Wealth aud Womlerp of the Ii.di. f. I'hii.a. .' ij.;.u.
etc. A million people want It. 'i'hif ' llie I..-!
ehiinre of votir life to i:mke money lie ware of
catch penny" imitation. Se-d for clrculu:- and
extra term" to aeent. Addn-f" National l'.iu;lrii
iij!C.i.. HIC'A;OorST. LOUIS.
777 A YKAJ5 andexperue. toaent". o-.:!t free
VIII Address, I'. O. YIl. KEItY, Aajfuetu. .Mui:.e.
lli-rliest Medal at Vienna Jc riiiladelihi,i
E. k II. T. ANTHONY & CO..
5! ' I Ui fnulway
. Ma i. ufa.
Velvet l'ruiiics, Alliums riraphoscojics.
Steleoseopes mid Viuws. Entfl'tiv
imi's, l liromos. l'lioloi'iiplis,
And Kindred (ioods-C'elebritle. Attreme. Etc.
I'liotoyi-rtphic Malci'ialrf !
We are 1 1 m.!ni art .-rf for Every.liii.i;
lit the way of
Stcrenjit icons, .Miiirie Lanterns
Eui h style t.elnu the h.-t of lu ciHrn
In tiie market.
lleaiitlful I'liolmrniphlc Truriiareli( le of Statu
ary anil Kiiirraviiip tor tint window
t'onvex irtavH. Mauufaetiirer." ol Vein t 'rume
for Miniature and (.otivex tilans 1'iitiu. t.
Catalocne of Lnnternii and Sllde. ,h direc
tions lor lihlim, pent on ricelpt of ten cei.ti. :', ino-
ptirNDKY, MACHINE SHOP AND
1 STEAM roKGK.
VlILCAX IliOX AVoK'Iv'8
: OIIIOLKVKF.. CA1KO.IILS.
John T. !Reiiuie,
H AYIN'ti tttnl tln d limwnrkK at the above moo
Honed Anru l heii.'r prepared ihun ever for
inaiiiilacturliit; sii-am IlimliieH and Mill Mm lilnerv
Havlnit a Steaiu llaiuiner ami umplu Toolw. I lie
maiiulu, lure of all kin In of Miu l.luery, llailroad,
Hteamlioat and lirlilirn KiirutlimH maile a I'leclalty.
Especial altenilon Hlven to tepulrcul b- -inesiud
liruHn CaftiuuK of all kinds tnadv tu ordei
Vina K ttltis Iu nil IU liiiucho.
A 4S Column S Parxe I'aper
1S.SUED EVEHY MONDAY.
In Ailvuii. e
To CLUES of FIVE or M011E.
1-10 per Year.
The ulleti x 1 i ndek v
BLANK HOOK WOUK
Of all Kind-.
STEAM J0K OFFICE
AllKindsoi Job "Work
Etirufites furr.is-lied an.1 orders fr'tn
abruaJ promptly attenleil to.
Two-Sheet, Full Miecf, Half Sheet,
and inu-ter leet Posters and
rro'Tdmnios, in Black or Colors.
Letter Heads. Hill Head-, Note
Head, Statements. Hills Ludinir. Show-
Cards Business Cards. Ball
and Wedding1 Invitations. Iinok Work.
Etc. Etc.. Etc., Etc-.
Only the HEST STOCK in
the Market Ued.
Address ail Coii;imirjitatior.s
DLR-NI;TT, Calm, Illin-
to E. A
ruur'BIETOK OF SI'IIOAT'.S PATENT
ICE BY THE CAP. LOAD OK TON, WELL
PACKED FOH SHIPPING.
Car .Loads a Specialty.
ok y CKl
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
i'MlNsTlUTUlfis Noiii, l.
State of llllnoU, Alexander enunty.
f.-iATi: or MAituAiiCT caj(li,on, iii:ci:AM!n
To i, i' l.cirw "and all others eoni crneu" of miil
Y"U 'Hi' tierehv tiotllled that on Mor.dav, the
Hth dny of Marih. Isni, H,e admlniMrat.ir of mid
eMa!e, w ill prevent to the rouiity eourt of Alexander
eouniy. at l uiro, Illinois, llnal report of
ni nen and iloltii; h null admliunrator,
and ii- Hie ronrl to he (llHehiiru'ed liorii any
and nil urth'r diitle n'.d reHiiotivll.lllili ennn. -rf-ed
with anieiae, and ln aduiiulMratloti ihereuf.
at wliieh time and pinee, you may he prevent and
relrt m'.h liliplli ation If von cliooe n tn io.
ftate op ai iiitci. ot;i:n. i.ki camiii.
The iinder(;iied. Imvini! Iie. ii aiipolnled Admin
iMrator of the ehtutc of lliirn lieer. late ol the
t'oiintv of Alexander und State ol IHIiioIb. lie
reaei(. herehy 'ive nolle., that he will appear he
fore Hie County e ourt of Alexander t'oiintv, at Hie
rnurt lioti'e, in t alro, at the April term', on the
third Monday In Apnl next, at whl. h tilne all per
iii,h havlni: I'.lalnm analtiel nild etate are iiotllled
and e.iiete. to atieiid lor the purpoM- of hmlnir
the fame a.llute., All peHoii Imlelit. d to Paid
entail! are re.iuevted to make lliimedlutu Mivinnit
tu the titiderlt'ti.'d
........ , EW AIIII (.f.rCH, AdtulnlMrator.
Dated tlilf llrd day of l'Vh, A. li. WK
JOTIt'E OK I'INAL KETTLE XI I'. NT,
Iu matter of Estate of Dyn T. I'lirkcr, d. ceaud.
To Ellzat.etli I'. Linker, Dva K, l'arker, William
Tweed Parker and .lode I'uiker, lielrn ut law of
Dva T. 1'urker, deeeared.
Vou arti lierehv tiotllled Unit I will, ai tlio Mmeh
term or the County Court of Alexander Comity, to
he holden lit the eourt houve. In ( alro, lllliioli.. on
the 'im Motidav In Mari-li. next, preK-tit my dual
report of the tettleti I of the aeroiiim of uld en
lute, and apply for a dlxeliar(!e ax adiilnlMiator of
Kiild enute. I)aied, Cairo, 1 1 1 1 tint n. Kehriinrv to,
It, II. CI MNINOHA'M,
Aduiluitrulur of Entatu ul Dyui T.l'arker, Uvc'd
UFE ASsl RAXt'E.
LIFE ASSDEANCE SOCIETY
TONTINES AND ALL OTHER POPULAR FORMS OF
SUKPLUS Over SEVKN MILLION
(No I'ren.ii'.m No'-i. )
Ail Pi.i;:es Iiicoritiftal.k- Aft.-r D-itiit in Ferco Thrre Yea
INCREASE OF ASSET DURING YEAR lfcT't. OVER
TWO MILLION DOLLARS.
Washington Avenue, Comer Twelfth Street.
12. .A. JUKNErrr. A rrent,
The Great Caniaue Manufacturing Hoifcc of the World.
i? a l i?. pen"?
Top IJugies and Pliaot ons
Rest imtt-iiul. yu4 workiuurjhhip, haiKijoiiic stales', kUt-rg ut'l
ilurtibie vehicles in every res:ctt.
Mauufacturel hy EMKIISOX, FISHER k CO.. are now in ue
in every part of the American Continent.
They ojve unffiiliiig jutitfaction. All their work is warrantcil, They imvu received
tfttiiijonjals from all .arts ot the country of purport timilar to the tollowing, lmn.Ireel.4
of which mc on'lile Ful.ject to insjection :
M. f-i-rH r.Air.UM.N KiMirn .1 Co
(iAi.vA, lu.s., July if.. ts:n.
I lii. vo iued one of your Top t!iit'irien three veRrn. und three of them twoyeuri. In my flverv nnbU1,
Hid they huve. Kiveti me n-rlevt tulluctiou ui.d ur in coijftunt use. OSCAH SilAl.tKV.
M'-f?i. Coi'pock it JniiNsns. : Newiikiiiiv. S. C, July 17, ist'i.
Dear Siri" 1 hiive t.eeu ndlnp the Emerfon .t Fiflier llnpcy 1 lionu'ht from you dh rnuphlr I ciip
poe iih nny one could. 1 hud R fi.nt tiorfe, drove him Ht full Hpee.l, ponietlm. s with two irown Indie imd
nivH'll iu tlio luiKuy, uud it if to-uuy worth nil the money 1 jiuld lor It. 1 cav the Kinerciin A Kleiier
UiiCUie will do. A. ,M. TEAdl'K, Kiirmer.
The favorable reputation the Carriages havo Hiailn in locnli'.ies where they have heen
used fr,r several years ly Liverymen, Thysicians, Farmers and others requiring hard mid
constant use, has led to an increased demand from those localities, to meet wliieh tho
manufacturing facilities of their mammoth cstabli.-hment have been extended, enabling
them now to turn out in good style,
360 Carriages a "Week.
EMERSON, FISHER ALU'S CARRIAGES ABE THE REST