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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNINtr, APRIL 29, 1850.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TINT MOBKIXa (MONDAY! IJCimHI.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
The New York Suffragist, a paper print
ed in the interest of the colored race, re
fers to the case of Cadet Whittaker, and re
"If the treatment colored men have re
ceived under a Republican administration
is not reason enough for the voters of the
colored race to kick its candidates at the
coming election, we would like to know
what letter reason is wanted."
The hardest fight that, perhaps, has yet
been made for the control of the delegates
of any state, is that between Sherman and
Biaine in Ohio. Although Ohio is Sher
man's state, Blaine is very strong there,
mid his friends have been making a very
warm contest to secure the Ohio delegates
for hint. All the indications now arc, how
ever, that Sherman will be successful.
The convention meets on the CSth. and at
present, there doesn't seem to bo any doubt
that a solid Sherman delegation to Chicago
will be chosen.
During the debate on the army appro
priation bill in the senate on last Thursday
an interesting and amusing episode occur
red which proved Senator Eaton to be a
ready-witted man. Senator Conkling, in
the course of his remarks, spoke of Nero as
a "Roman Democrat," Senator Eaton quite
innocently remarked : "Why, I thought lie
was a republican. He acted like one.'1
Conkling was about to reply when Eaton
brought down the house by asserting in a
confident tone: "lie certainly was a third
term man; he was an impcrialUt." Conkling
let the matter rest there.
It seems that the secretary of the navy
is experiencing some trouble with those
boys enlisted on the training ships who
come from the western states. They don't
take kindly to salt water, and are constant
ly afflicted with a disease known as home
sickness. About seven-tenths of the boys
who enlisted on western rivers want to get.
back home, and their parents are bothering
the secretary of the navy to grant them
their discharges. It begins to look as if the
men who are to man o'ur navies must come
from the Atlantic seaboard cities.
- -New Yobk World: "Now that it is
pretty well established that the unfortunate
colored refugees from Arkansas at present
inthiscity have some five thousand dollars in
cash with them, or about forty dollars a head,
men, women and children, and as this, small
urn represents the merest fraction of what
they really owned and were compelled to
ubaudon when flying from the Southern
Egypt to the Liberian Canaan, it is in or
der lor our esteemed Republican cotempor
Mies to explain how the persecuted wgroes
accumulated such an amount of property
while they were being chased by blood
..hounds all night and cheated by traders all
day, year in and year out."
Ebnkst Reran, the treat Oriental schol
ar and skeptical writer, has been lecturing
in London. The News says: "His quiet
good humor, scarcely less than his polished
tyle of composition and his deep learning,
Ztas doubtlessly helped to secure for him so
heart; a welcome in England." Olive Lo
gan writes of his personal appearance to
the Cincinnati Enquirer:
.' Ho is a fat Frenchman, with a round,
gnod-natured face, gray hair brushed oddly
across his forehead, and largo, bushy eye'
brows, which would do good service iu a
caricature. His delivery Is not without its
impressive character, but merely in the
scholastic, not in the poetic sense. I mean
in respect to manner. His phraseology is
exquisite as far above the usual spoken
language of Paris drawing-rooms as Ten
nyson's poetry is above the chatter of the
streets of London or New York. Socially
Mr. Renan is nuite a lion. He docs not
speak English at all well, but knows it
thoroughly, liko Mr. Taine, who always
gets "buttered toast" given him when he
asks for "potatoes"; but Mmu. Renan con
verses fluently in the language of the di
vine William. She is a niece of Ary Schcf-
fer, the great painter, and is a woman of
charming manners, xhe evening after his
first lecture Mr. Renan paid two notable
visits. Ho took early tea with Tennyson
at the Poet Laureate's residence in upper
Belgrave street, tind then went to Alma Ta-
dema's, the painter.
HIS OLD UMBRELLA.
Detroit Free Frets.
When you took a second look at him
you could see a sort of grimness about him
winch convinced you that whatever ho un
dertook to do he would accomplish pr
break his back in trying. About noon yes
terday when the rain fell fastest, he ap
peared on Woodward avenue under an old
umbrella worth the price of its ribs. At
the opera house he placed the old rain-
shedder in a doorway and took position in
another not far away. In about two min
utes along came a citizen with his lelt eye
watching for just such a chance, and Fie
hawked on that umbrella with a chuckle ot
deepest satisfaction. He didn't wait around
there for the owner to appear, and he didn't
care a copper whether it belonged to a sis
ter of chanty or an overgrown bondholder.
As lie started off the grim man followed.
1 he umbrella-hooker h ad a walk of a half
mile to reach his residence, and the grim
man was close at Ins heels all the way. As
the citizen halted at his gate the other de
tained him, and quietly remarked :
"I want you to do me a favor."
"Ah, yes I never give anything to
tramps," was the reply.
"I want you to take that umbrella back
to the doorway from which you stole it I" .
"This umbrella? Why, is this yours?"
"It is, and you must take it back!"
"Well, you see, I couldn't do that, but I
guess it has been worth a quarter to me."
"Will you take it back?" asked the man
with the iron jaw." '
"Why, no. What's the old thing worth,
"One hundred dollars?"
"That's a good joke. I'll give you fifty
cents and keep it."
"If you don't 'bout face and take that
umbrella back to that identical doorway,
I'll mop you into every puddle of water be
tween this and the corner, and when I let
up on you, your wife won't be able to find
a button to identify you by !"
Thus quietly remarked the grim man as
he unbottoned his overcoat and displayed a
chest like a bass drum. He had the strength
of nn ox, and there was an "I mean it?"
look in each eye.
"Say, I don't want any quarrel with yon."
observed the citizen. "Take your umbrella
and a couple of dollars."
"The price," said the grim man, "will be
one hundred straight dollars, and you must
take that umbrella back. If I stand here
in the rain five minutes longer I shall
charge one dollar per minute."
The citizen headed lor down town. IIo
was too mad to raise the umbrella, but car
ried it under his arm, while the grim man
kept close behind him. When the doorway
had been reached and the umbrella re
placed, the citizen was about to turn away,
but the other placed a hand on his revol
ver and said :
"Stranger, you arc a good walker, and
you have performed your share of the con
tract to my entire satisfaction. Iu the fu
ture it will be well for you to buy your um
brellas iu the regular way, or take your
walks between showers. You can now fin
ish your excursion."
HAYES AN I) THE PRESIDENCY.
Rock Island (111.) Ari?us.
Charles Francis Adams says that Schurz's
speeches in Ohio made Hayes president.
No doubt Mr. Schurz contributed largely to
the success of the Republican ticket in
Ohio, but Mr. Ilayefl was declared the pre
sident through the action of paid scoun
drels in Louisiana and Florida, by which
the will of the people in those states was
overthrown and the electoral votes ot the
states given to Hayes. Louisiana and
Florida voted in favor of Mr. Tilden, but
the Republican returning boards, under
pay df Zach Chandler and stalwart partis
ans, reversed the will of tho people, and
gave the state to Hayes. Rut for the dis
graceful frauds of the Louisiana and Flori
da returning boards, Mr. Tilden would lie
president to-day. He was fairly elected,
but defrauded of his rights by the most
stupendous crime in history. What is a
further fact Mr. Hayes, who now usurps
the place which belongs to Tilden, was a
willing party to the fraud, and knew of the
action of the returning boards at the time.
He was a party to the fraud, and is equally
guilty with the rest of tho usurpers.
Enter old lady of a certain nge. "I
wish to register, sir." "Your name, please?"
"Abnira Jane Simpson." "Your age?"
"Leg pardon." "Your age?" "Do I under
stand that I must give my age?" "Yes.
Miss, the law requires it." "Worlds, sir,
would not tempt mo to give it! ot that
I care. No; I had as lief wear it on my
bonnet, us a hackman does his number,
but I'm a twin, and if my sister has a weak
ness, it is that she dislikes any reference
to her nge; and I could imt give my own,
because I don't winh to offend her. Har
From the easy expectoration, increased
respiratory power of the lungs, and the re
moval of irritation, manifest from cessation
of cough Hnd other nlarming symptoms,
after usiiiir. Fellow's Compound Syrup of
Hypophosphites, it is clear that the forma
tion of tuberculous matter is not only
stopped, but that already deposited is be
ing carried away.
A FIGHTING EDITOR'S WORK.
A western editor, whoso stylo of writing
was calculated to urouso people to deeds of
core, being lumselt not much on his mus
clo. found it necessary to whip a fighting
editor, and he had a speaking tubo connec
ted with tho heeler's room to call him when
danger required. One day a gentleman
whom the editor had referred to as "a
cross eyed dromedary" came in to request
a correction, and as the fighting editor was
out lie didn't respond to the signal of dis
tress, and while tho editor and his visitor
were on the floor under the desk tho former
agreed to correct the mistake, and tho irate
man left. Pretty soon a gentleman from
the rural districts came in to give tho edi
tor a big squash, and get a notice, and
about that timo the fighting editor returned
and a boy in his room told him that the
boss wanted help. The man of war was
quick to respond, and dashing into the
chiefs room, and seeing the latter in a
somewhat disordered condition, the result
of his previous visit, ho thought tho coun
tryman was the cause of it, and clutched
him, and afterstavmgup some furniture ran
the victim across the street to where an
empty hearse was standing in front of an
undertaker's shop. Into tho vehicle he
jammed the farmer, and shut tho door. The
comotion ho created scared tho horses at
tached to the hearse, and they started off on
the dead run. People soon noticed the run
away and ran after it, and were Bhockcd at
beholding the hearse collide with a post
and become a complete wreck; and their
horror at seeing a human body precipitated
to the sidewalk was only equaled by their
amazement at seeing it spring nimbly to
its feet and take off across the country yell
ing murder. They thought it was an at
tempt to bury a man alive, nnd part of
them went and got the undertaker to lynch
him, while the rest pursued the farmer, who
was fouud hiding in a swamp. And, alter
lie was brought in, it took over three hours
to get matters explained, and then the
farmer went before a justice of the peace
and made affidavit that he hoped to be
struck by lightning if he ever entered a
newspaper office again.
A MANIA OF TO-DAY.
New York Graphic.
Mrs. Bolus Solus Sarah's got a sore
throat. Send for a doctor.
Jennie didn t sleep welllast night. Send lor
the doctor. What did he say was the mat
ter with her? Oh, he says it's nothing
very serious. Only a a a and he left a
prescription and will call again this even
ing and charge $3 for each visit.
Tommy has a cold. Send for the doctor,
doctor says it's nothing serious; prescrip
tion, advice, will call again nnd charge as
I'm not very well myself. No appetite,
sluggish, etc. Live in the house; don't go
out more than once in three days, and then
only to do some shopping. The doctor says
the liver is out ot order. Prescription, ad
vice, more charges, which husband work
ing hard down town will pay.
Tommy has a sore finger. Send for the
doctor, Says I must put a rag around it
and make a poultice. Charge for another
Jennie had the snuffles last night. I'm
so worried. There's scarlet fever in the
next street and the measles beyond. Send
for the doctor. He says it's nothing serious,
if only looked after in time. I'm no better
either. He left another prescription. I
live in a steam or stove-heated room; houe
poorly ventilated, don't go out mnch. No.
Eat? Oh.meatand hotcakes.livcrand bacon,
salt mackerel, fried pork and such things
pretty often. Dear me! How can people
live and be well without a doctor at work
on them all the time? I'm sure I owe my
life and those of our family to the doctor.
The doctor says so.
Husband By George, my doctor's bills
last year amounted to half my board bill.
It's cheaper to hire or buy a doctor out and
out. and be done with it.
Bridget, to Mrs- Bolus Solus Shure,
ma'am, the rag and bottle man is here, and
wad ye be afther dishposing to him of the
borril of impty midieine vials aud bottles in
the back closet, ma'am? Shure, the other
borril is fil'.in' up fast, too.
The Ghe.vtest 11lkssi.no. A simple,
pure, harmless remedy, that cures every
time, aud prevents disease by keeping the
blood pure, stomach regular, kidneys and
liver active, is the greatest blessing every
conferred upon man. Hop Bitters is that
remedy, and its proprietors are being
blessed by thousands who have been saved
and cured by it. See another column.
Malaria Destroyed. --G. A. J. Gadbois,
of Brockville, Canada, certifies that he was
prostrated by a malarial disease contracted
in Texas, and was quickly and completely
cured by the use of Warner's Safe Pills anil
Safe Bitters. He adds: "I shall never
travel in that climate without your Safe
Pills and Bitters as a part of my outfit."
The Reason Why. The tonic effect of
Kidncv-Wort is produced by its cleansing
and purifying action on the blood. Where
there is a gravelly deposit in the urine, or
milky, ropy urine from disordered Kidneys,
it cures without fail. Constipation and
piles readily yield to Us catharitic and
Itching Piles Symptoms and Cche.
Tho symptoms arc moisture, like perspira
tion, intense itching, increased by scratch
ing, very distressing particularly at night,
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 fellow. Dr. Swirync's
All-Healing Ointment is a pleasantsure
cure. Also for Tetter, Itch, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Eryesipelas, Barber's Itch,
Blotches, all Scaly, Crusty, Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price .50 cents, !1 boxes fl
Sent by mail to any addess on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne &
Son, a:iO North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent drui'ists.
Fkaku and ngtie may be thoroughly
curoTby the use of "Cisaici-Qt lnink," a
new preparation from Peruvian bark. The
dose is the same as Sulphate (Quinine, and
its febrifuge, tonic, aud anti-periodic effect
is more pronounced. Withal it is cheaper,
being sold by druggists at $1.5(1 per ounce,
or sent, postage paid, for saint; price, by
Billings, Clapp As Co., MaiailWturing
Chemists, Boston, Mass.
Dn. C. McLANE'S
aro not recommended as a remedy "tor all
tnc ins mat nesii is neir to," but in alloc
tions of the Liver, and all Billions mm
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
vuowaai'B iii iiiiii. munn-iei, iiiuy buuih wiui
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVKK.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are uncqualed
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Tho genuine arc never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLane's Liver Pill.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C.
jmcJjAne ana Fleming Bugs.
fayinsist upon having tho genuine Dr.
C. McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittsburgh, Ta.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
TOLU. ROCK AXli EYE.
A New Compound, scuntificuiiv
prepared f HuNrtin Tolu. I'rvstali.eil Itmk
Candy. Old live Wbisky ahd other Tuuli s. The
Formula is known to our'hest plivslciuiin, ts highly
cnmmciiiluil by them, mid the Analysis uf one ol our
mod prominent chemists, I'rof . A. Mariner, of
ChicuiM, is ou the lubel of every buttle. Jt Is h well
kn!i fact to the inedirul profession thm Tol.l',
HOCK and RYE will afford the greatest relief for
Coughs. Colds. Influenza, Hronchilis, Sore Throat,
Weak Lunt'S. also Consumption, iu tho incipient
and udvunced stupes of that disease.
It can be used ss a Beverage and for an Appeti
zer, making un effective tonic for Family use. Try
it. you will find it pleasant to tuke, of ureat service,
if weak or debilitated, us It give- Strength. 'Tone
and Activity to the whole human Irame.
C:C"Tut up iu (uart size Hetties lor Family use.
Sole Agents for tt.p I'nited States and Canadits.
Also Importers of Fine Wines, Liquors and Clears,
111 Mudisou Street. Chicago,
Sold by Druggists aud Dealers everywhere.
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E OK PERSONAL PROPERTY OF
SA Ml'KI. B . IIA1.I.IIIAY, MXKAsKII.
Notice is hereby given, that under lnl bv virtue
of an order of the county court of Alexander county,
on Wednesday the P.itli day of May A. I). lksi. be
twucn the hours of ten o'clock a. m. and live
o'clock p. in. of said day, at No. ti:l Ohio Levee,
Cairo, Illinois, the personal property of Sumucl H.
llalliday. deceased, consisting of parlor, bed room
and dining room furniture, carpets, picture, piano
and many other articles, will be sold at public sal l
Terms ol sulecash.
AHA ('. AKTIIOUTE.
IIENKY L. MALI. I DAY,
(iuardlnn minor heirs of S. II. Ilailidav, deceased
Duled, Cairo, Illinois, April '.f'tli. Ir-ci'.
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