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"K. A. Burnett. Cairo, Illinois "
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OFFk'IAt, rAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Senator Mon'Toomehy, of Hardin, lias,
durini: the absence of Lieut. Gov. Cantrill.
been frequently called upon to preside over
the senate. In that position he has proved
a very decided success.
Gov. Blackburn knows how to veto, and
thus far he has done it very properly and
judiciously. It is a power that should be
used cautiously, but the governor's action
gives assurance that he is closely and jeal
ously saurding the interests of the people.
Cincinnati gas consumers will now get
their lifht at $1.60 a thousand for ten year?
from March 1. That is encouraging; but
the gas comply would make money at
1.25. It costs no more to make gas iu
Louisville than it does in Cincinnati, and
we hope consumers will demand a reduc
tion similar to that in Cincinnati.
TtMi'LiiAXCEviLLn. a borougli opposite
Monengahela City, on the Ohio rivcr-so
called because it is moie plentifully sup
lied with gin mills than any other place
of equal size in America had a narrow es
cape from total destruction by fire, day be
fore yesterday morning. A patty of drunk
hi miners, becoming incensed at some ot
the dispensers of Jersey lightning, fired
the town iu several peaces, but the flames
were prevented by the exertions of the citi
zens from leaving the buildings in which
Tue State Register tay: The name of
Hon. William R. Morrison is being pushed
forward with some activity in connection
with the Democratic Boniiaatioii for presi
dent. Col Morrison is a Democrat who is
warmly endeared to the Democracy ot Illi
nois. He is true as steel in his devotion to
Democratic principles, and firm as adamant
in his devotion to the country. If lami
nated for president Vy the Cincinnati con
vention, we would support him with zeal
A Democratic newspaper at Washington,
states that the Illinois delegation in the
Cincinnati convention will present the name
of Col. William R. Morrison for the presi
dential nomination. His war record and
course in congress on measures relating to
the tarilf, corporations, and economical
government ate held to be invulnerable,
and the prediction is made that if he is
selected to head the ticket the Republicans
will nut have the walk-over which is now
The celebrated political casts pending
for come time in the supreme court of the
United States were decided yesterday. In
the case of the West Virginia negro who
was convicted of murd'.r, the laws of the
Mate prohibiting the presence of colore I men
on juries, his trial and conviction were pro
nounced illegal, as under the circumstances
he was, by the exclusion of his own race
from the jury, denied the equal protection
of the law guaranteed by the fourteenth
amendment. In the Virgiuia case, where u
negro murderer had been tried by a jury
composed entirely of white men, the state
laws containing no prohibition on colored
citizens from so serving, the action of
Judge Rives, ot the federal bench, in re
moving the case to his court for trial, was
pronounced wrong. In the case of the
ttute judge who presided in the last men
tioneel trial, who was arraigned for per
aittently deluding colored men from
juries, t!ic law not requiring it, it was held
that the complaints ugninst him were well
fmnde.l. la the case of Davis, a deputy
collector in a Tcunesso district, who, while
on a raid killed a moonshiner and was in
die ted for mar lor in a state court, it was
decided that the killing was done by hin
as aa officer ot the United States in the
discharge of his duty, and that, if tlie prov
ocation had not been sufficient, lie would
have liecn amenable to federal and not state
Itciiino Piles Symptoms and Cvkk
The symptoms are moisture, like perspira
tion, intense itching, increased by scratch
ing, very distressing particularly at uight,
as if pin worms were crawling in and about
the rectum; the private parts are some
times affected; it allowed to continue very
serious results may follow. Dr. Swayne'8
All-IIealing Ointment is a pleasant, sure
cure. Also for Tetter, Itch. Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Eryesipelas, Harbor's Itch,
Blotches, all Scaly, Crusty, Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price 50 cents, :i boxes 1 ?".
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or tiiree cent postage
str.mps. Prepared only iy Dr. rsvvayne a
Son, 3LiO North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists.
THEIR ATTITUDE TOWAI1D THIKD Tl-.KMIS.M.
New York Sun
The German vote is au important factor
in the politics of this country. It is main
ly located ia the free states, where a large
majority of it has always inclined toward
the Republican party. The aggregate Re
publican vote of German-born citizens in
those states is roughly estimated at 400,000.
it is heavy iu New York, Pennsylvania,
Oiiio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Iowa,
Wisconsin and .Minnesota. In any of these
states the Republicans would have hard
work to get along without it against a
united Democracy; while if it were con
solidated with the Democratic vote, they
would be likely to lose tvery one ot
them, in an animated contest.
The Republican Germans are almost
unanimous in their hostility to a third
term. They are beginning to iiv.nifest
their opposition in a very effective manner
by holding public meetings and conven
tions and earnestly protesting against the
nomination of Grant. Such assemblages
have already been held here and in other
iartre cities, ana their example will, no
doubt, be speedily followed in various
parts of the country where Gcrman-boru
citizens are numerous.
If this line of attack is pursued with
alacrity and vigor, it wiil be a stunning
blow to the promoters of the third term.
It will cause the sober men ia the Chicago
convention to call a bait and seriously con
sider the result ere they try the hazardous
experiment of running the Grant machine
over the sturdy Teutonic element in the Re
Titir.TV Yeahs' Experience of an Old
Nurse. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is
the perscription of ene of the best female
physicians and nurses in the United Slates,
nnd has been used for thirty years with
never failing safety and success by millions
of mothers and children, from the feeble
infant of one week old to the a dults.lt cor
rects acidity of the stomach, relieve wind
colic, regulates the bowels, and gives rest,
health and comfort to mother and child.
We believe it the best and surest remedy in
the world, in all cases ot dysentery and
diarrhera in children, whether it arises from
teething or from any other cause. Full di
rections for using will accompany each botj
tie. None genuine unless the fac-smile of
Curtis & Perkins is on the outside wrapper.
Suld by all medicine dealers. 25 cents a
GRANTISM IN A PYRAMID.
Resides the third term incubus the fol
lowing pyramid of corruption has been
reared in Grant's pathway to the
rr i stows mules!
the secor scandal!
st. domingo business!
Robeson a his jobs;
LEET ik STOCKING AFFAIR!
DELANO & HIS SON JOHN!
G E N . W I L LI A M S ' LU N D A U L ET !
SALE OF ARMS TO THE FRENCH !
THE CHORPENNING NAST1NES'
BUNGLER HARRINGTON it GRANT
FROM THE BANKS OF THE HUDSON.
Newijuu;. N. Y., Oct. 20, 17;).
II. II. Waknlk &. CO., RoClILsTEH, N. Y.
Gentlemen : "A lady of over seventy
years of age, in failing health for over a
year, ti;is been using Warners Sate Bitters
a in v recommendation. Shu leels very
oruiel'ul for the benefit she has derived
therefrom, and says that until she used it
her stomach could bear no vegetable food
for over three years. I believe it to be a
certain specific for dyspepsia. Dr. J.T.
PARTY TENDENCIES AND PARTY
New Ork'fius Time.".
It seems to be the fundamental law of
representative republics that they must be
conducted and, indeed, governed by and
turou'ti political organizations. Free gov
ernment would appear to be the resultant
ot the contention of political panic, In
every country in the world in which any
degree of liberty is possessed by the mass
es, will be disuivered n division of the peo
ple into principal parties; in every instance
these organizations will be found strug
gling Ibr political ascendancy.
The shortest tariff bill ever introduced
has been brought forward by Mr Morris,
of Illinois, which proposes a reduction
one halt ol the present duties on nearly
every item in tne list. 1 he measure 1
the merit of brevity and simplicity, and
T robab'v as r ositive an advance iih rim
made in the line of fre trade without the
intervention of a special commission of
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOTIVING, MARCH 4, WO.
THE VALUE OF ANTECEDENTS.
ht, Leuls Republican,
They say of Mr. Bayard that ho ma 1; a
'disloyal" speech in 171 to tho effct t'lat
s "cession was preferable to civil war; there
fore ho is utterly ineligible as a presiden
tial candidate. Were this tho only objec
tion to his nomination it wouldn't count
for much. There were a great many too
pie in this country who thought the suae
way at the outset of the war, yet since be
camo eminently patrijtic and devote.', to
Mr. Bayard is probably this sort )i a
man himself. Then there's Logan; lie
went so far as to recruit a squad of troops
for the southern confederacy, yet he is now
a senator in high standing with his party
and one of tho chief fuglemen for Grant.
Then there was another iudividua!, long a
bright and shining light of Rudicilisni,
who was ia favor ot letting the erring sis
ters go ia peace. It is not always the
square thing to judge a man by his remote
Aphonia Cnir.D, Fellow's Compocnd
SvutP ok llYi'Oi'iio-piuvES. Aphonia or
lose nf voice. Is remedied in a short time,
no matter whether the cause lie from in-
tbmimntiou of the lining membrane, from
cold, vr from nervous derangement.
SHERMAN REFUSES TO BE TRIED.
The character of this expression by the
head cf our army makes Sir Joseph Porter
a likely character. As Sir Joseph is of the
opinion officially, that love levels all ranks
to a considerable extent, but not so much
as to make a common sailor's daughter a
match lor "the head of the queen's navec,"
so likewise General Sherman gives his
opinion officially, that offenses level all
ranks, and that General Boyuton lias the
right to prefer charges against an officer of
the army; but still he does not allow that
they level ranks to such an extent as that
the ''head of the armee" can be made to
answer to court martial for any oiiense
SnrtEWDNKss and Aisn.iTV Ron Bitters
so freely advertised in all the papers, secu
lar and religious, are having a large sale,
find are sutiDlantir.g all other medicines.
There is no denying the virtues of the Hop
plant, and the proprietors ot these j .liters
have shown great shrewdness and ability
ia compounding a Bitters, whose virtues are
so nalnable to every one's observation.
Examiner and Chronicle.
Kidney Diseases. Kiduev diseases af
flict the greater part of the human race,
anl they are constantly on the increase,
but where the virtues of Kidney-Wort have
become known, they are held in check and
speedily cured. Let those who have to
constantly dose spirits of nitre and such
stuff, give this great remedy a trial and be
45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
I)?. C. McLA XE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "lor all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but m af.ee-
tions of the Liver, and all Billions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
iiseases ot that character, they str.ud with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVE1J.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequalcM
BEWARE -OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are m wr sugar-coated.
EaclTbox has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impressi 'ii, McLane'sLiveu Pill.
Each wrapper bears the signetures ot C.
McL.'.ni: and Fle.mi.no Buns.
l-t' Insist up' 'ii having the genuine Du.
C. Mc Lanl' Liver Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMG WIGS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALlinAY. President.
II. L. llAl.l.lDAY. Vlct- I'r. -idem.
J. II. SMITH. Aetitii; Cf.-iiltr.
S. STAATS TAYI.nn, W. P. HAI.I.1HAT,
HKNllY L. IIAM.imr, It. II. ' TS.MNOIUM,
P. I). WILLIAMSON, STEl'UCS LI 111),
II. D. CANL.EE.
Exclianffc, Coin and United States Bonds
IlUUCillT AND ISOLD.
Dopnsitsreceived and a svacral hutiltir.g business
LRXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Coninievtiiil Avenue uml Eighth Street,
F fine", President.
P. Skit. Vice-President,
II. Wi:u., CasliliT.
T.J. Knmi, AsMaut Cashier.
F. nrn. Cairo:
William Kliit'e. Cairo:
II' 1 1 ,1 . 1 1 . . 1
Peter Neir. Cairo:
C. M. OMerloh, Cairo; It. L. ltl Hit -!. v. Kt. Lenin
K. Under, Cairo; J. Y. CleiuKi.ii,'Caledouli
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
IXCHANdE sold and Vonglit, Interest raid In
j the t-avinirs Department Collection! made
and all business promptly ikndrd to.
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Of all Kinds.
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All Kinds ol 'J ob "Work
Estimates famished an i orders fiom
abroad promptly attended to
Two-Sheet, Full sheet. Half Sheet.
and Quart Y sheet rotei and
Programme-, in Black up Color-.
Letter Heads. Kill Reads. Yte
Heads. Stattiiifiits. Hills Lading. Show
Cards, Business' Carls. I'll
and Wedding Invitations. Rook Work,
Etc, Etc.. Etc., Etc
OnJv tho 1 n-:ssT STOCK in
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Address ail Communications to A.
BURNETT, Cairo. Illinois.
Wood AND COAL.
Dealer In ail liind- ol
Cord Wood, Stove Wood.
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington and
Tt.i. r,t.U i. .in l.'i.t ii It.ti V i.f t Iw.U i, I In. ii n I nun.
1" r ii nd Deparitiietit Mure Huppilr In Atin rlci.
r.verv i.ive men ui.iii 1- I'liuim: iu i neiip vo'iniers
and Department bton s lire Uclnu started In almost
livers' town of linpertiinre
MTSendfur PhlcK LIST and ORDEII SHEET.
C M. L1NINGTOX,
Pi ami 17 ,Tui'kn St.. Cliicniro,
lieren". ay u certain salo niorteut'o, I'sarlm:
date tlie Flltueiitli day of August A. I)., Is':), and
reeordej In tliu liei order (illlco ol Alexander
'limit v. In the State ol llilutil.. in volume "I" nf
deeds, on jmu't' Isj, Ihiiiic Kiiriilmlier mid Ell.a
A. Fariilmler. lil wife, ilhl convey to the uinler
slu'iied, tlie following den'rllied rc'iil estate. -Iliutu
In Hie t'nuiilv of Alexander. State of llllnul". to
wit: Lot liilliitiere l eli'lit if) In lilo' ll tiiimliered
four ( Ii In the City of e iilro, a cordma to the ru
curded map or plat of said city: uhleii .mil con.
veyanco iih Iti timrl itiilmi to secure the payment
at mitnrlly nf rer'alii jinunls-orv luces iliereln
mentioned; upon tlie lnt of Whleli pMtlllMorv
Holes th"re nowreiiialiis due and payable tin1 sum
of Twenty-ihe hundred dollars, with 'en percent,
Interest per annum thereon from lliu Fillientli day
of August, A. I) , lH-,;, '
Now. therefore, notice . Iierctiy uivcn Ihut tinder
and hy tlrtmt and In pumianru of tin, terms and
conditions of said sain inoriuiiKe, J , tho ut.dursleu
I'd, will on
MONDAY, TUB FIFTH DAY OF APRIL, A.D ,
nt the hour oftwo o'clock p. ru . (if Unit dav.nt tho
t'onrt House door. In the Oily nf Cairo, Alexander
County, Illinois, sell the real c.tutc nliovs describ
ed, at pulillc vetiilue to the highest litdder lor cash,
in hand, and will execute to tin- purchaser a deed
therefor. KOIIEIlT II CCNNlMdlAM,
Cairo, lliu.. Mnrih lid, Ismi. IMurtenKco.
Orcvt) it Unhurt, Attorneys,
U X I T E D
urn n lujuu i
TONTINES AND ALL WISER I'i'PI'LAR FORMS OF
SUKI'LUS Over SEVEN MILLION DO LEAKS
Polices Iii(M.!(S!:.f.e Aft
in(i:i;ai: o? assets durincj year i:-t. over
TAVO MILLION DOLLAltfc?
L. A. liUllXETT. Ajxent,
The ftri'at Carriiiire .Mamifsifturinir llue of the World.
Bi.-t iii:t!'.rial. ood oi kn.:.ii. -
ilut d'b' ej.:. i
.MiUiufadui-Hl ly EjIEIISOX, FISJIEK & O.L are now in u-e
in every .art of the American Continent.
They .'ive r.iifiilint,' sutisfiici.on. All their wuk is wanantcd, Tliey riuve received
testimonials from nil putts ol the country of purport similur to the hulowing, hundreds
of which lire "U tile subject to inspection :
Messrs Emi k-on Finn n A-e o (.ai.va. Ii i.e.. July in. isti.
1 have u-"d one o yuiir Top H'U'l.'io' three years, anil ll.n o ol thi.ni two years In my livery stahle,
and I Ley have ejvi u tne jleile'.t fat.-liuiieu and ure In coii-'ant use. Cise'AR tSMALLEY .
Messrs. Coit'oirt A ,1oiikin.: Nnwnninv. S. C, July 17, Wi
Dear sirs -1 Inoe tn en us ii.c the Euierson ,v Fi-her l!'.U'fy 1 tiotiL'ht from you as ronphly I stip-lio-e
as any one couid I hud a Pi-I li"i-' . drove I.lm ut i:nl s ..-i ! , .ninctimcs with two crown ladles ai.d
luv"ll In the liiit'v, and it Is to t'.ny wotth i.il M.e n.oi.ey 1 uid ler It. I suv the Euierson ic Fisher
lii'ieles will do. ' A. M. TEAtiL'E, Farmer
The favorable rcputution the Carriiiges have m.de in locnli'.it s where thoy have been
used for M'vcial ycurs by Liverymen, Physicians Farmers and others rcjuirinc; hard and
constant ue, has led to an increased demand from those localities, to meet which tho
mtmufacturii facilities of their mammoth establishment have been extended, enabling
them now to turn out iu good style,
360 C carriages a "Week.
EMEKSON, FISHER & CO.'S
ATf IF CWITTjVr.
S T A. T K S .
I'r-i'.i'im S .' r-
- r Bein. m F'lie Tl.r-V
turner Twelfth Street.
V i V-1 j OUC L Pi 1 I
FISHER k CO,
run I Phaeton
iii . haiid-. s'l.-, siroi : :.ad
in f.i ; r -; '. '..
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