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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 20. 1382.
TIIR CAIRO BULLETIN.
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INVAU1ABLV IN ADVANCB.
All Communications iliould he atldraed to
DR. L. DYER,
Chairman of the Repub
ates the Nominee
of the Convention
and Gives His
for. AN ABLE DOCUMENT.
IKfom too DuQuoln Tribune.
The recent untruthful Baat-rtwus made
by John K.TIiomas, member of congress,
concerning tho balloting of the convention
that notninntod bim, and tbo profane, cow
ardly had bl&ckguird epithets profusely
applied to me as the chairman of that con
vention, seem to require sudij notice at my
Thomas Las been Baying that, had it not
been for my unfair decisions, he would
have been declared nominated much soon
er than he was, and that on the final ballot
ho really received 118 votes.
To disprove hia assertion, I hero submit
a record of the ballots as they occurred, the
CoirectuOMj of which can be subetantiated
by the oaths of a dozen men more truthful
thnn he, as I will show before I am dune
with him :
H ! 3 C? f
Ballots. 5 c 2 s 5.
a a -
First 6J 31 18 31 2!
Heoond 70 30 ltt 31 22
Third 70 ;!U 18 31 22
Fourth 70 30 18 31 22
Fifth 71 29 18 31 22
Sixiu 71 29 IS 31 22
Seventh 81 29 18 31. 22
Kighth 73 29 47 22
Ninth 88 S3
It required 83 voles to nominate and on
the ninth and last ballot Thomas was nom
inated by a majority of two votes only.
Tho captain, I am creditably informed,
has cursed me uphiil and downhill, for my
rulings and decision of questions as presi
dent of the Cairo congressional convention.
I would respectfully inform John H.Thom
as, and whom else it may concern, that du
ring the meeting of that convention, no
difficult question presented itself fur deci
sion. Not one. No injustice was done
him or any one else by the rulings and de
cisions of the chair. And all the
outcry and uproar in the convention and
out of it, including the honorable gentle
man himself, are but tho offspring of ig
norance, chagrin and malice, and on a par
with bis indecent and vile accusations, in
dulged iu while perambulating through
In connection with the foregoing false
hood with which lie stauds branded, I will
ask tho attention of my readers to his false
statements concerning tho Halliday appoint
mcut. It scums that on the recommenda
tion of Mr. Thomas, Dr. F. A. Ihlliday, a
Democrat, but a worthy geutleman, no
doubt, was appointed to a very desirable
and very lucrative position iu thuludian
bureau at Washington. On being culled
upon to give his reasons for recommending
a Democrat, instead of a Republican, fur
this desirable position, Captain Thomas
eaid that Senator Logan tlrst signed Ilalli
day'n recommundation, and afterwards ho
signed it, under Mr. Loam's name, Five
respect. iblo gentlemen make oath that
Thomas made the above statement at a
public meeting. I have a copy of their
affidavit before mo. Now, hear what Gen.
Logau Buys. Gcti. Logan says "ho never
signed any such recommendation; that he
Ins u acquaintance with F. A. llalliday,
the appointee 1" I am acquainted with
Gun. Logan's handwriting, and read his
letter of denial over his own signature. Iu
what position does this place our member
ofcoogressf Is he tho man to go about
tho country throwing stones at other folks?
Don't ho livo In a glass house? Did it ever
occur to him that tho man who wages a
vrarfaro against his fellow man "may find
there are blows to take as well ns blows to
Why could not Capt. Thomas, after re
ceiving the nomination, have pursued a
magnanimous aud coucilitatory course, a
course calculated to unite a dissevered par
ty?f Why keep up a vindictive warfare
upon the men whoso votes he nay greatly
need in the near future men who hal ex
pected, until recjntly, to vote fur bim, but
now will not? My auUgouium has been
forced upon mo. I waa elected chairman
of the convention by the unsolicited votes
of a majority of the delegates. All through
the contest, before tho convention was
called and during its session, I expected
Captain Tbouus would bo nominated, aud
so expressed myself. In this belief I spec
ially requested Col. Burgess, chairman of
die IVrry county delegation, that in tho
event of his nomination, he would move to
mako it unanimous, and he agreed to do it
and he did do it, und tho motion was un
But the olive branch was not accepted
in the spirit in which it was tendered. A
mortal offense had been committed by the
presentation to (he convention of other
names, as candidates for congressional
honors. Mr. Thomas had been forced to the
wall and would have been defeated, but for
the intrigues of illegitimate proxies. The
same rancorous spirit that had previously
been aroused against these other candi
dates before the convent'on, was invoked
against them and their friends afterwards.
Assumed dignity had been wounded and
the insult niu.it be wiped out.
Whoever had rained hand or voice in
favor of Fountain, Smith or Dauimn must be
ostracised, cant out and puraucd to the bitter
end. But human endurance h is its limits.
Forbearance ia not always a virtue. Uigh
minded, honorable men will not be
drag'woed. The spirit of niauiy independ
ence will athert Until. And "sink or swim,
live or die," if John R. Thomas will bite
his own nose off, let him do it. "Whom
the Go Is would destroy, they tirst make
Do you ask if I will vote for John K.
Thomas? Of course I will not. I will not
vote for a man who, with his cohorts and a
subsidized press, have been pursuing me
and those who sympathize with mo all
summer lung with relentless hate, just be
cUfe we expressed the opinion, at a proper
time and in a propel way, that the Repub
lican party could select as their standard
bearer anibler man. It cannot be dis
gunied that widespread dissatisfaction exists
toward Mr. Thomas. He is confessedly a
weak and self couceited man. He puts on
pomjous airs and assumes a chivalrous
bearing, illy befitting anna of hissmall
mental calibre. Many of bis constituents
doubtless know his status at Washington,
and the cMiina'.ion iu which he is held by
his fellow members of the house of repre
sentatives, better thtn he does himselt. It
is with mortification we have to admit that,
in native intellect and acquired abilities,
he is the weakest man who has represent d
Southern Illinois in congress for the last 25
years. He aud his special friends have
assumed a defiant and haughty air toward
those who tail to recognize and acknowl
edge ia him superior excellence and su
perior q nlirlcations. For such a spirit I
have no reverence and will pay it neither
homage nor respect. L. Dyer.
DcQcois, Got. 17, 1S82. " "
We Confidently Assert and can Satis
there is no instance on record of a caso of
dyspepsia or torpid liver that cannot be
relieved and positively cured by the sys
tematic use of Simmons Liver Regulator.
This is no vain boast, but an established
fact; and sufferers from thise disease deny
themselves the blessings of health and
comfort by refusing to give the Regulator
a trial. It is no compouud of adventurers,
but a meritorious medicine which has won
its high reputation in countries where
torpid livers prevail and where Nature
supplies tho roots and herbs to cure the
diseases commou to its climate.
Use The Cairo Bulletin perforated
ciatch-lxok, made of calendered jute
dud ilia, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sa:, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
8. live and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
los to the trade.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Ask your physician aud he will tell you
that for all the elements which give health,
strength and vigor to the system, there is
nothing better than pure malt. Only the
purest mult is used in the preparation of
Hops and Malt Bitters.
Remarkable for overcoming diseases
caused by impure water, decaying vegeta
tion, etc., is Brown's Iron Bitters.
Sproat's Retail Ice Box.
CoiiMimeia of ice are notified that for
i heir convenience I bavo built a large Ice
hex on Eighth street in Cundiffs store where
co in nnv quantity can at all timoB be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will bo punched at this stand
j ht the pymn as by drivers of wagons., tf.
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when ossistanco
is rendered when ono is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly Uiobo com
plaints and weakness so commou to our
femalo population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other rcmodies fail.
A Binglo tna! always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle Sold by Harry W.
It matters not the age of sufferers from
colds, coughs or croup, " Dr, Sellers' Cough
Syrup" is good for all alike, price 25 cents.
That wonderful catholicon known as Mrs.
Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
has given the lady a world-wide reputution
for doing good. It is like a living apritig
to tho vital constitution. Her Blood
Purifier will do moro to cleanse tho chan
nelsofthe circulation and purify tho lile
of the body than all the sanitary devices
of tho Board of Health.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mother!!!
Aro you disturbed at night und broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciuting puin of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo tho poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who w ill not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to tho child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use iu all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of ono of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United Statrs.
Sold overy where. 25 cents a bottle.
Wukn your wife's health is bad, when
your children are sickly, when you feel
worn ojit, use Brown's Iron Bitters.
Where machinery is used the Drew Oil
Cup will save 50 per ceut. of oil. Write
for circular. Borden, fielleck, & Co., St.
Louin. Mo. (2)
American Institute on Pure Grape Wine.
The President and a Commitice from the
Fainn.r's Club, of the American Institute,
hive visited Spter's Vineyards and Wine
Cellars, and they report that the Port Grape
Wine of Alfred Speer, of New Jersey, ia the
most reliable wine to be obtaiui.d. It is
now being used by Physicians who are the
most choice in the selection r.f wines for
convalescent patients. The principal hos
pitals in New York have adopted this wine.
It i for sale by Paul Schuh. lmo
See a woman in another column, near
Spier's Vineyards, picking grapes from
whic! Speer's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the mec'kal
profession, for the mm of invalids' weakly
persons and theagod. Sold by Druggists.
I advise you to take7iindney's Blood
Searcher." JxrofuJa; liTcer-, old sores, pimp
les, hoiif, etc, cured at ur.ee.
"N.iTinso ike it." S remarked one of
our nmtt successful phyicians the other
day, speaking ot Hops ind Malt Bitters.
"It has completely cured one of the most
obstinate cases of dyspepsia ever brought
to my notice.
A Vexed clergyman.-
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience w hile they
were keeping up an incessant roughing,
making it impossible for hiiu to be heard.
Yet, how very easy cm all this be avoided
by simply using Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs amf Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Harry W. Schuh's
drug st'.re. (2)
I)k. Kline's Great Nkhve Restorer is
tho m'irvel of the age for a'l nerve diseases
All tits 'tupped irte. Seal to 0'51 Arch
street. Philadeloia. Pa.
nucKien's ArMca Salve
The B.st Salve '.n the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, I'Ici rn, Salt Rheum, Fever
Tetter, Chapped Hand, Chilblains,
drns, i.nd all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles." It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
! 25 cents pr boX- For sale by Geo. E
Allen's Brain Food positively cures neiv
outness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for chcuhr to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Av'c-, N. Y. Sold in
Cain by Barclay Bros
Personal! To MciTVi? !
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and" Electric Applicance vi
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are afflicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress us above, N. B. No risk is incur
red, as thirtv d;iys' trial is allowed.
J-l 9 3D. IISTOIi),
Manufacturer ami tioultir In
dtll Street, between Com'l Ave. and Levee.
CAiliO, II, LI NO 18;
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OF" AMU.NITIOX.
SafuH Ku.ialrud. AM Kind ol K ') Mniln.
Pit. KLINE'S GHEAT
jriiAr.!i. Oni.v it mo: nut KrnvK Arritc
m Jirni'M'rt. fiiiFHniftir fr.M.ii u, Tri.tllo
1 1! trlkl bnitlit fr in Vit ru.i.tliry pnrlnr "iir.M
lohnrp.ion hui.wh.n r0"Wwl. Hrtul namin,P.O.aul
liirM Wrf..of iffllotwl M bi.KMNK.WII Arc
ri mi m is i m .HLWtjUl'lll mil tT TT r" ?
A New and Uompioto Hotol. fronting on Levo'
bucoud and lUllrimd street!,
Tb t'aMcnxer I) . pot of lae Chirairo, St. Louis
at'" Jew Or)imn: Illinois Central; Watiaeh, Mi.
UiuIn aud l'arllic; liou Muunuiu and S ouihcro,
Mulolunnd Ohio; fair aort St. Loun KauwKja
are all Juki scrota tba itruet; while the KluamWi
LanriiUK Ik lint one aijimru distant.
Thin llolid In lieitU'd by attain, baa ufaiu
Laundry. Hydraulic Klevat'r, Elcrirte Cull Hull.
Automatic Kira-Alarmg, KathH, almolulely puro air
ported newer ago und complete apvolnimetiia.
Kupurb fn ruistiioi ; porfccl ncrvice; and an on
Li. I PAUKKK Ac ( !O..Lo .
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s JVM' y
V tf" F
r-.y-s" FRANK TOOMEY,
ff1 14-iJP1 AGENT FOB THE SAI.K OP
Baxtkr STEAM F..GIN'C
Colt's D!c EuKint-
and Marine Engines
ENGINES A SPECIALTY.
TARSI ENGINES, MACHINISTS'
OF ALL KINDS, I5KLT1NG,
rulleys ami General Supplios.
No. 131, North Third Streot,
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS iK,T;
lttnoil. anil will rnmnlKtniv rhnnco t he blood in t ho en-
tirenvMletiun thmoruontlis. Any pnrsnn who will takn
1 pillvarh night from 1 to lUwfwkmnaj- be tftnrfd
tononnd health, if puch a thine lie pnililn. hold ov
erj'wboro, nwnt. by mail for M lnOcr ntnmn 1. H.
JoHKbOM 4 Co., Uostun, Mutm., foruiuily liaujfor, Me.
CIuIh, (ilTrrrif tmniiiiM iiimiidiir making ninilar mmilhly
pnitllHfrnmliivi'-iiiiPiiiiiof f liitiiJ;liillUiirni"inilonlinv'ln
Vm nii'inlMT I'i'tH tlx Im-ih lit ol oiinbiiH'il cnpii.il ol tlio
Club. Irtln oOHr ivnt. Mvldcmlo lutiil nmntlily. lUf
portnof iimTntlouHUMilom li iiiwmIh r, blmrc (.lOomMi,
riilcvmiil'li', tiounowabli triuiiic:nii'le. A B'llnblo cor
nviniidoutwaiiii'i in cvitv ti.wn. flmrlal In. In. omi'lilii.
Exiitanatiirr I'irnilur wnt fiii'. Ad'ln II. H. lvKhDAU.
iiCo., 177 il UUUhiillul3l.,CUlUAOO, IhU
PROPRTr.'IOK OP SPUOA-I'S PATli.M
Wholesale Doalor in Ice.
tCK PY THTC GAR LOAD OP. TON.W KM
Pf ,'KKD FOR BHIP1MNG
Oni' lyondt a fcspcoialtv.
O If if 1 O ! :
Cor.Tweirtli Street' and Jievee,
El BICH 109!
R03T&f,DH3 MUSIC CD'S
IBM BNTFREitoauyalilrHM, ISOIIIuu.
8,ILYElt and EEED imtrumenu, toK.tbr
wiiii rull iDatructioiui for formlnK Bands, dl.
Tl. on SHll Hna.4A..u.l.... - J-V. ..
WHAT and HOW to pnrchaaet turma for
KiM oral w plailng, repairing, 4o. Wlllalao
'.',,',it t"lr' our lian't W Orehalru
THE K00I k SONS tfUSIC CO.,CHICAC0.ia
Have Signed or Endorsed tho
Messrt.Geabury & Johnson, Uannfocttur
ing Chemists, 21 Flatt St., New York :
Gentlemen :-For the past tow y eara wa
have sold various brands of Porous Plas
ters. Physicians and the Public prefer
Bptiwoti'b Caprinft Pomm Planter to all
others. We consider them one of the very
tevr roliablo household remedies worthy
of confidence. They are superior to all
other Porous Plasters or Liniments for
BnBOTi'BCiapr'.nn P1n.tT la ft (tenuice
Parmaceutical product, of the highest
order of merit, and so recognized by
physicians and druggists..
When other remedies fail get a Ben
son's Capcine Plaster.
Ton will be disappointed if you use
cheap Plasters, Linimonta, Pads or Elec
trical Magnetic toys.
AMUSE ltr.;lEIIV AT LAST. Pv sscts.
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTE.
i t-v j , ia m poiuivfl cure mr mu jjimcnarvm,
Stin?:riK. fiiiip-tiiirf and Palolul 6inbatiou of the
tt il nO ,,9r ,M,tle. Tor br1i by all drufr
H t i'LiiJwiafx. or ntbv I'.xiih'hb on re
el : 1 "'ptofi "u, JOHN D. PAKK SONS.
VVs 1 M rii.d IT? Sy. ni.ioreKr CINCINNATI;
VL.' .'ii.o. 1 .cr.te icouiioa tills uauor. at w
ro irrri i . . . n -;
curt- oi 'r. tut., 1'inii'l.. Il-.l!., liti.-r. ui'l rt.jr...
Euiv !.)', Merv-utl.l lU.vafl, l.urrti Lob. of
AH tilt'. It'IUAl. CulllllitlUl. Atl.l all bllNMl
t 1l.H.i'.. It Meier UiL. All lrjl.t HiJ
cumurT itr ll''i'iKT. .11 It. R. K. hillfr.
J. I tt., rrii'. rui.liurah, uii 'Ttrr notlle.
617 St. Charles Streot, ST. LOUIS, M0.-
A rsulur Orn.lunt of ixi medical
Ciillfkvs bus boi'ii buiiii-r i-ncniti.'J In the trcat
jni'iit nf t 'lirouio, irvon, iUm niul
llml lllsc.iMS ibHii iinv olhi r jihysli'liin In
bt. I.011I1, hs cliy pHpi-ri i-lioiv mul all old rpul
di'iils l:vmv, on n 1 tut Ion nt mllci' nr by mail,
IVci'iunl iiivllt'il. A liiiMidlv talk or his 1ipll1l1.11
rusts nut lil iii. W hi-n Ills Inoonvciib'iit to visit
tbc rlif r 1 'riitiniiit. iiiiilli'lnci can boaent
by 11..,.. ivrrvwln ri'. Curahlp f ana
k'iini aiiiv. 1; w fi.-rc doubt t- 1-ts It Is frankly
biatPil. CaM or Wrllr.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mrcurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoninir, Skin Aflec-
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Imtiedimentjj;
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences. Excesses,
. Indulgences or Exposures.
It It 'lf-cvbi'nt that n phyilrlnn paying
partii'iilar attention to aela nfcan'a allnliia
Ki.-iit skill, and I'IivkIi'Uii- In n iiuliir iractli'o
ul! ovi r tb I'liuntrv liiiowinu Ihli. iVpiiiiitly
iim'oiiiiihiiiI rii if? to tin- iibb'i.1 1 111 it' iu Anierlni,
w lit re every known iippllmn'e Is resorted to,
and the )irov"l k'I l-tnorl of all
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ti-ed Ml nllii'e iiirpoe, and nil lire treated with
fklll in a rc.i-itni 1 ninuiier: mid, kliowliiK
what to do. no expert uieiils ure until. unni -rmiiit
of I lit- ureiit 1. umber iipplylnii, tho
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and I'M iipee.1y mid pei fei t lux i lire, tluil la
the iniportiiul mailer. I'limphlet, Ji) niKeb,
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Chemical, Civil KUj-'inuerlni; r.oirnoa. Ilenreea
Conlerrod. Apply to VV P. Hallldav. E-q., pairoa
Cairo, 111., or to COL. THEO. HYATT. Preet.
United States Mutual Accident
ASSOCIATION', 400 BhOAHWA Y. V.Y.
$.,IKI Atcid 'Ut Ineuranro.
Meinbereuip fee, $1. An
nual i on 1 bout !( Writo
for clrrular aud anoiea-
Lloil tililiiU. I ilmni.Lri Tier.
C. B. PEE r (of Koera. Peat. Jfc Co. ), Prea'nt.
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Seud for a pb tnre of .ln. Lanotky; mailed frea.
OF EVEKY KIND CEEAPEBIHAK EVER. '
Rlflea. Shot Oiina, Revolver. Ammunition,
I'IhIiIiik Tnekle, SeineH, Ntn, Knlvea,
Hiiors, Skatea, H.immooka, etc.
Lnrfce llluatnitetl CiitiUoirue HiEE.
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GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED ! Ladles and Ocntlcmen, toenraee
with us tu sell several taetul Houaehola
Artlrles. I'rollU 111 rue Labor U llRht.
Kxcliihire territory (riven. No competition.
Terms liiieral. Circulars FREE. Address
lien ltt Suaufurt'g Co., Dux NHS, Pittsburgh, Pa,
Swediaii Inssnt Powder Kills
AND ALL TP.0USLESOISE VERMIN.
It will thormpbly ettcrnilcate Roaches, Ants,
Bed liUKs, Fleas, Llee.Tohuoi o and Cotton Worms,
Moth, ete. It Usufi?, Mire, rleanly and cheap. It
will not poison aulinuls or funis. Sample pack
ues by mail : ceius, inist-,mid. Ptatnps taken.
tirciilnrH frve. Agents AVnntdd. Address,
J. H. JOHNSTON, Pittsburgh. Pa.
of all kinds for sala verv cheaD.
!g Catalogues free. Addreas, RICHARD
1 1 HULL I CO. BOX 868. Pltttbursb, Pa.
Electric Appliance are tent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, 01 OLD,
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