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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATUKDAV MORNING, APRIL 24, 1880.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COrNTY.
Two thousand French Canadians have
left Montreal for the manufacturing districts
of Massachusetts, during the last three
The irrepressible conflict between Dr.
Yan Doke and Mr. Taliuaee has broken
out again, the one of contention just now
being a finacial transaction in which the
tabernacle and the presbytery are inter
ested. REroivrs ol great destruction of life and
property by the tornado of Sunday night
continue to come iu from remote points in
Missouri. In nearly every place touched
by the hurricaoe dreadful havoc was made
of houses, barns, fences, and trees, but the
fatalities, although numerous in the aggre
gate, were not anywhere as sweeping us at
1 Gov. Cvllom has pardoned John II. Gunn,
recently convicted of manslaughter in
Washington county, and se ntenced to one
year's imprisonment. During the war,
while Gunn was at the front, reports readi
ed him of the unfaithfulness of his wife,
lie returned home and killed her seducer.
He was not prosecuted for his offense until
this spring, although his whereabouts have
been at no time unknown.
Tilpen's friends and enemies
the result of the Syracuse convention dem
onstrates the stength of the old man in his
own party, and places him fairly and
f squarely on the presidential track. He has
controlled every Democratic convention in
his own state for seven years, but never
with such an immense majority as he had
in the one which lias iust dispersed,. While
this may.be accounted for in part by the
absence of Tammany, the fact remains that
(the Gramercy park statesman is still su
preme in the party in his own state.
The Geneva award bill is no more. Mr.
Hoar's amendment excluding the under
writers from the benefits of the award was
adopted in the senate by a vote of 08 to 19.
This really defeated the measure, as its
supporters had ably and persisteutly ad
vocated it on the ground that it recognized
the claims of the insurance men. A motion
to indefinitely postpone the bill was then
carried 31 to 28. The effect of this was
to leave the money in the treasury, which
disposition of it was severely denounced by
ilessrs. Blaine and Voorhecs. Mr, Blaine
who had voted in the affirmative on the
previous division, then moved to reconsider
that vote, but, by yeas 'di and nays 29, this
motion was laid on the table, thus bury
ingthe bill beyond hope ot resurrection.
Oen. Slocvm hagwritten a letter to the
Brooklyn Eagle in which he defends the
"West Point academy against the charge
that it is "breeding an aristocracy." He is
right when he says there is nothing in
West Point training to breed aristocrats.
If there is any "aristocracy"' bred it comes
from coritact with Tecumseh Sherman and
Grant, whose tendencies to snobbery aud
' exclusivenesg have been bred altogether
.. out of their own natures. Slocum shows
that there is not near so much hazing at
Wet Point as in the other colleges, and he
cites a case of out- exceptionably rough
in 1871, whero Frederick Dent
Grant was the ring-leader. A resolution
was adopted by congress to expel Fred.,
but his father took no uotico of it. Tho
talk about abolishing the military academy
is puerile Somo Republican newspapers
want it abolished becauso they say old
Martin Townsend was "insulted" tho other
day. Townsoud, on tho contrary, went
into tho court room and grossly insulted
the recorder during the Whittaker exami
nation. The Rev. T. Do Witt Talmage, who has
just returned from a tour in tho south, told
his congregation in his sermon last Sunday :
"I went resolved to see Riul make a re
port of what I 6av while south. My ad
miration for tho Democratic and Republi
can parties as parties is so great that it
would take a very powerful magnifying-
class to catcli a uliuinso of it. America s
politics are rotteu. That party steals the
most which has tho best chance. Ap
plause.l I found while south the most per
feet proof that the bulk of the stories we
got here in the north, distilled by special
correspondents, are sheer fabrications, and
most persistent attempts to uusrepre
6cnt the real character of a large section of
our people. There is no more need of gov
ernmental espionage at Charleston or ba
vannah and the other southern cities than
there is in New York or Boston. Some
people havo an idea that the sentiment in
the south leans toward the re-establishment
of negro slavery. The people are heartily
glad to get rid of it, and the plantations
now are placed under a better system 1
cultivation because it is gone. Old plan
ters told me that the worry and anxiety
and the care of looking after a plantation of
negroes ore all gone, and now all they have
to do is to pay the wages at the end ol the
month. Put it to ballot in the south
whether or not you would have again the
system which prevailed before the war, and
you would set a thundering negative. There
is notnal-treatmentof tne colored people,
and as for American slavery, look for it in
your northern cities.among the army oi em
ployes. ?ee your lemale clerks, lliey
need your sympathy far more than the
workers of the rice swamp or the sugar
plantation. Another impression is that
there is hostility to northern men who go
to the south to settle. It is a lie. They
want all the help they can get lrom the
north. There are fortunes by the hundred
to be made by the first men to go in to take
possession of the riches of the south. I
have traveled a good deal, and I have yet to
find a man north who has a fair ground ot
complaint against the south. If a half-
dozen politicians north and soutli would
only consent to die, there would be no more
sectional acrimony; 'Twould only bo a
case then tor the undertaker. We would
gladly fit up the catafalue and play the
IOW GIRL BABIES ARE DISPOSED
OF IN CHINA.
Moung Edwiu,a Burmese educated in this
country for missionary work, lectured in
Baltimore last week, speaking ot the de
plorable condition of women in the east,
owing mainly to peculiar religious condi
tions, he said:
"Girls in China are believed to have no
souls, and to kill them is not murder, and
therefore not to be punished. Vlien par
ents are too poor to support the girl chil
dren they are disposed of in the following
manner: At regular intervals an appointed
officer goes through a village and collects
from poor parents till the girl children they
cannot care for, when they are about eight
days old. He has two large baskets at
tached to the end of a bamboo pole and
slung over his shoulder. Six infants are
placed in each basket, and he carries them
to some neighboring village and exposes
them for sale. Mothers who desire to raise
wives for their sons buy such as they may
selec t. The others are taken to the govern
ment asylums, ol which there are many all
through the country. If there is room
they are taken in, if not they are drowned.
A NEW USE FUR BEER.
Stories have been told of men so wanton
ly wasteful that they would light their ci
gars with bank notes, but a relation like
the following was never before heard : The
last mail from Montevideo states that a fire
broke out on tl;e6th ult. in Scheuzer's exten
sive German brewery and bier haus in that
city. All available supplies of water having
been exhausted,and the flames still progress
ing, the tire brigade asked and received per
mission of the proprietor to make use of the
large stock of beer on the premises in order
to continue their operations. The president
of the republic, Colonel Latorre, the minis
ter ol the interior and a number of office: s
assisted at the conilagratioa, which was not
extinguished until it had cost the life of
one man by suffocation and more or less
severe injuries to many others, in addition
to the loss which some of the reporters ap
pear to have considered tho most cruel of
all of some 30,000 gallons of beer cast in
to the flames.
BRET HAUTE AT GLASGOW.
The new American consul ut Glasgow,
who has already gained so high a name iu
literature, is still a young man. Born in
1839, at Albany, in New York state, Mr.
Bret Harte, in common with thousands of
others, was drawn to Califoniian in 1854,
when the gold discoveries had not long
been made. In the Golden state to which
his steps were turned he displayed an
American's versatility by becoming succes
sively a miner, a school teacher, an express
agent, a printer and tho editor of a news
paper, while from 1804 to 1870 he held the
position of secretary to tho United States
mint at San Francisco, Tho liesure afford
ed to him by the comfortable salary which
he thus eujoyed, was devoted to the produc
tion of those many poems and prize
sketches which ho contributed to tho Over
land Monthly, and which, like his
"Heathen Chinee" and his "Society upon
the Stanislaus," Imve since gone tho round
of the world. For the last ten years tho
life of Mr. Bret Hurto has been passed
either in Ne York or in Bos
ton, and since 1878 he has filled tho post ot
United States consul at Crefeld. It is of
happy augury tor his future productions
that some of his best sketches, such as the
"Luck of Roaring Camp," wore written
when he had left the west and its uncouth
life far bihitd him; and for such a fancy
as his we doubt not that the commercial
capital of Scotland will bo full of pregnant
suggestions. It is plain that to a mind at
tuned for its comprehensions, Glasgow
will be as full of suggestions as tho wild
scenes in which red shirted poker playing,
revolver carrying miners constitute the
chief dramatic personie. Will Mr, Bret
Harte bo able to rise to tho level ot his new
opportunity? Tho answer to this crucial
question is hidden from our eyes, but fit
any rate tho American consul at Glasgow
may count with certainty upon the sanio
cordial welcome from the British people as
has just been extended by them to James
KiiBsell Lowell, and which never withheld
from American officers accredited to this
country is paid with greater effusion when
ttay come to us with literary genius to rec-
THE rRUDEKT JEW.
mere was a certain gentleman, a mer
chant, that lived in Mobile by the name of
liuel. .Mr. Buel generally went to New
lorK uty at least twice u year to lay in
goods this was before "drummers" came
into fashion. Mr. Buel had often mention
ed Chatham street as being famous for Jew
ciotning stores, and mat they sold very
"cheap for cash." At one time when Mr.
Buel was in the city, he concluded to go
do;vu on Chatham street and buy him a tu t
ot clothes. i?o tlown he goes on Chatham
street and buys hiin a suit which proved to
be well made and good cloth, and in fact a
good bargain. So the next time Mr. Buel
went back to ew lork he decided to go
down on Chatham street aud get a suit for
his two sons.
As Mr. Buel was passing down along
Chatham street lie was accented by a Jew
who was standing in front of his store
with the salutation of "come in and I sell
you some tings scheap." When the follow.
iug dialogue took place :
Mr. B. No, this is not the place I am
looking for. I came down here oa this
street the last time I was in the city and
bought me a suit of clothes, and I want to
go to the same place and get a suit for each
of my two Eons.
Jew I se sell you dem berry clothes I
did de last time you was in dc city.
Mr. B. No, you are not the man;
Jew What kind of a man wnsth he?
-Mr. is. lie was a low, heavy set nun,
with chin whiskers.
Jew A low, heavy thet man, wit stbthin
Jew And whatest you name?
Jew And isth your name MesserBuel?
Jew And where isth you from?
Mr. B. From Mobile.
Jew And th this Mr. Buel, from Mo
bile, come down from Mobile! Boo oo
ooo. y, -Mr. Buel, that wast mine
brudder Moses that sold you dem very
clothes boo hoo oo. He died just two
weeks ago, and de bery last words bno
hoo oo dat mine brudder Moses say to
me boo hoo oo he calls me to his bed
side, and savs to me, "Isaac, Isaac (for dat
istli my name) if Mr. Buel, of Mobile,
comes down, give him bargains."'
And he sold the two suits.
Virginia (Nev.) Enterprise
It is probably natural that at the last the
scenes which have made the strongest im
pressions in life should be recalled by mem
ory. The mountaineer, when he comes to
die, with his last whisper says his snow-
shoes are lost, with the stage-driver he is
on a down-grade and cannot reach the
brake,'' the miner can not get to the air-
pipc, the sailor says "eight hells have
sounded," and the gambler plavs his last
A lime gin died here a lew yerirsairo,
and as her mother held her wrist and noted
the fainting and flickering pulse, a smile
came to the wan face aud the child whis
pered; "There is no more desert here,
mamma, but al! the world is full of beauti
ful flowers,'' A moment later the smile be
In an eastern citv, not long ago, a Sister
of Charity was dying, and at lat from a
stupor she opened her eyes and said: "It
is strange: every kind word that I have
spoken in life, every tear that I have shed,
is become a living flower around me, and
they bring to my senses an incense ineffa
ble." From hundreds ot reported cases where
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pound Syrup of Hypopho.-phitcs, no doubt
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Organized July 14th, lbTT, Under the
Laws of the State of Illinois,
Copprighted July !, 177, under
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STIUTTON, riiEsii.EM.
A. P TAYLOR. - Vu rREsiPE.NT.
GOLDSTINE. - - Theam-ker.
Dh. J. J. GORDON. Mkii Ai'viseb.
THOMAS LEWIS. - - - Skckitahy.
ROABD OF MANAGERS:
J.J. GORDON. I'bvsiciau Cairo. !)
.Mrs. A. i TAVLOK. Superintendent of
fcbools, Alexander t'ountv "
J. A. CiOLD!TI'E. of (.iiirtctice dr. hos-
euwater. W bolc-u.e una Retail Dealers
iu Maiiie and Kancv Dry Ouuds
N. U. TlIIsTLEWOOD. of llink.e &
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CuUou and Tobacco Factors '
S. D. AYRES, of Ayna A Co., Comiu:s-
THOMAS LEWIS, Insurance Manager
and Attorney at i-aw '
WM. .sTKATTON of Stratton Bird
GEO M. ALDEN. Comniiti-ion Mer
chant, 7" Ohio Levee
JAS. S. REARDEN. Airelit Mississ-.i.pi
Valiev TrnD-iortnt:,n Curnnanv
CIIAS. R. bTL ART. Whr.lea,e and Re-
tail Drv Goods and Notions
EDWARD A. RCUER. Manulu-f.;r.n.'
Jewler and bob-s:iie dealer in Wntvh
maker's Tools ami Materials "
CHARLES LANCASTER, Lancacter
Rice, Lumber Dealer
C O. 1'ATlER, C. O. IV.icr A- i'o ,
W holcsale and R, -tail M rcliiu.ts. . . . '
Rev. B.Y.GEOhoE, Pai-tor I'resbvteriau
Cli.irch.: . "
I. C. WHITE. Ir siirar.ee A flit " "
G. W. Mi KEAIG, I'!;nmMer '
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A .1. DIED, Merchant aud Steamboat
LIAM KI.UGE. General Merch dise "
1. G. SC11U1I, Wholesale and Retail
T.T. RENNIE. Foundry and Machinist .
ALBERT LEWIS "
Mil. L. A HOWARD. Hoarding Hou-e
W. F. I'lTUIKR, Insurance Acent .
A. IIALLEY, Dialer iu Stoves, Tin and
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H F. I-oTTER. Editor and l'ub!i-r,er
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tween the hours or ten o clock a. in. aud five
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Cairo, Illinois, ui personal property of Samuel R.
IlallldBy, deceased, consistlni! of nurlor, bed room
aud dining room furniture, carpels, pictures, piano
and many inner articles, win nc sold at uunilc san
Terms ol salecash.
IIENIIY L. 11 ALLI DAY'.
(iuardlao minor heirs of S. II. Ilalliday, deceased
Dated, Cairo, Illinois, April Jutu, lssu.
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Dearhlr: I have been tisinirlhe Emerson Fisher Puppy I bouphtfrom you as roiiKbly I sup
pose as uny ouo could. I hud a last hoie, drove him at full speed, sometimes with two crown ladles ami
myself lo Ihe biieev. aud It is tu-day nor h all 4ic money I nuid lor it. i hiiv tint Kuiiimitti A Viylirp
DiiUKles will do.
The favorable reputation the Carriages
used for several years by Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers and others requiring hard and
constant use, has led to an increased demand from thoso localities, to meet which tho
manufacturing fncilitics of their mammoth establishment havo been extended, enabling
thera now to turn out in good style,
860 Carriages a "Week.
EMERSON, FISHER & CO.'S
10,000 pngts; 10 per cent more matter than any
this country, and sold, handsomely and well
for $15, and printed on fine heavv naner wide
,l" enterprise so extraordinary that its
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and altogether the latest Encyclopedia in tho
U r i mm ii ut ion with privilege of return ot .cctlit of
j:ni discounts to clul. Kull particular u lih
- t.iially low in price, cent !ree.
iiwr v....t- , .. .... . . -
..m-.hk .'.nr.tfi.i.iu uai i nuai ii w a n ii:w years aio.
' to tfi percent coiiiiuiisou commonly aMewed to
time !s but a fraction of the com when k.h.1.. v.i.. . .i
binding wbirb are to commonly r. sort. d to to makr
o.'.d to their com, but do not add to tbi lr taluc.
n.uk ', und un enemy.
Amsrtcari Patriotism, Ml rents.
'I aine's History of Knclish Litcratnrc, '.'jtrti
i ecll sllnokoi Natural History. $1
I'ictoral Handy Lexicon, a.', cents
Saylu-s. by author of Sparrow i-ras Papers.
Ml c U
I Kltt.i's l yelopa dls ol Jllb. Literature, 2 vols 1"
Rollin s An ient Hlstorv. f-' i'i
I Smith s Dictionary ofthe Bible. Illustrated. $1
j Works ol Flavins Josephiis, $J
'un.ic History of the U s, lloj.kins, Hlus. 'ceu!
I Health by Exercise, Dr G,o II Taylor, Ml cent
Health fi r Womeu. DrGeo 11 TaUor. Micmtr
I I.inrary Magazine. 1" ter.ts a No, a year
.-N-. ii'tiini r I IV II n irKI. .'iff'l.
i.ii'ru.jr .Tatazii.e, i.ounu volumes, tccent"
LeaM t from tbcliiary of an old lanyer, $1
Earh of the above hnni.il tn rtr.tti If v..
I ponace extra. Mostwfthe lrfioks are also pub
lished in flue editions and ce bmdlnts, at hitLer
'istriptivc Catalofti's and terms to clubs sent free
IctK r. cr by rxt n si.
Fraifors cfone dollar mar he
'J ribune BuilJing, New York.
FISHER & CO,
FISHER k CO., are now in use
their work is warranted, They Have received
purport similar to the following, hundred
C., ti , u .tnlv 111 18-0
A. M. TEAGUE, Farmer.
have made in localities where they hnvc been
CARRIAGES ARE THE REST