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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, J879.
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Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois
J jai'isoHt Cumulation ot any Duily in
OFFICIAL PAI'KIl OF ALEXANDER ( OUNTY.
M.I3. IXarrell, Kditov.
Omcr Incorporate a lie in cither history
or tradition, and it is quite impossible to
extirpate it to get h out. It has been
charged upon the lamented Judge Taney,
one of the ablest and most profound jurists
that ever lived, that he gave exoression to
the opinion Unit "a nigger had no righto
that frhite men is bound to respect." Judge
Taney never gave utterance to any such
belief. It can bo found in none of his opin
ions or writings; yet lawyers, lawyers
of ability, repeat the hoary falsehood,
with an un-blushing affrontery that is oc
tualy amazing. It is about time we think,
that that abominable lie wits fquclchcd.
A ikmi'EKANCB evangelist who calls him
self "Colonel" Ellsworth, has excited the
ill will of the editor of the Grayvillo Inde
pendent, who admonishes the public to be
ware of the Colonel, as ho in a fraud am a
dead-beat. The Colonel inny bo n fraud
as the Independent declares him to be, but
the public "vill be apt to require better evi
dence of the fact than that on which the In
dependent bases Us conclusions, viz: that the
i.(y.MH:i icii wr iyviiit: vwuiotu I'aji'ij; ms
advertising bill. Possibly the man couldn't
pay it, and wont off to earn the mouey else
where. If every man who fails to iy his
debts were held as a dishonest, man dishon
est men would form the rule, and honest
Skn.vtou-ki.kct, John A. Logan, is to day,
more the creature of violent, persistent, un
reasonable Democratic abuse, than he is of
liis own making. Without the ability of
WithLburn, Laker, Ingersoll or Farnswoi th,
lie is more widely known, and better forti
fied in the affections of his party than they
are, and commands honors and positions
from his party that they can neither beg.
win or buy. Take away from him what he
gained through Democratic abuse, and he
would settled down to an intellectual and
political plane far below that of the gentle
men named and of scores of others in 1 llinoi-.
who might be named. Abuse rendered him
a martyr in Republican estimation, and
solidified the party in his support. He lv;.
came an object of abuse and defence t a
time when there was nothing in the man to
warrant it. Democrats nnajed themselves
on one wide Hnd Republicans mi the other,
with John A. Logan in the middle. The
Democrats then assailed him with a violence
wholly unwarranted by either the personal
or political importance of the man; mid
every blow they dealt him, only added to his
notoriety, and intensified the determination
of the II 'publican party to defend and up
hold him. Hut for this John A. Logan
would 1ms General fjogtn to-ilny, mid not
Htmntor-clect from the fourth Stale in the
In m'KAKinu words ot encouragement
to fanners, the Du()noin Tribune minion
ihcs them that "whlniiing, crying and
complaining will be useless." Now, what,
in the name of ri'iiMiit and common sense
have the farmers KullWn!, what are they
suffering or likely to suffer that cati either
justify or excuse crying? At thw very mo.
inelit they tire the best paid. bit Mlpplied
and mt cotufnrtiilily situated clan of
t , m nit i iii ttie Win lit'' I Vi.n tlmiir iltm l...v.
; ' j "'
ito se ll, saving potk ah die, commands a price
in fair kwping with fhe va'ue of money.
Til" g'"t ftwm 40 to 4f cent- for their com,
.from Ml) to t0 cento for their wheat, frl.r.u
to ".KI o do.eii for ilieur chickmis. scvi titv
to eighty cents fur their potatoes, thirty
ten Is for their wool, twenty to twenty five
fnts for their eg'v and pi ires above the
ii r'i!f for everything Is:.:. Citii!iMt!iv!y
Njieakhej, they command higll prices for
-,er,lhiiig they buy. 'When liiey rcceiv f
sixty cento for their corn and one dollur and a
quarter for their wheat, they paid a dollar
for nino pounds of sugar, a1 like sunt for
four pounds of coffee, ten cents u yard' for
calicoes, and correspondingly high prices
for everything else. Now that they get
10 cents for their com and eighty mid
ninety for their wheat, they buy six pounds
of coiled und fifteen pounds of sugar font
dollar; buy their calico for live iicnta it
yard, their muslins for eight, and every
thing elso at prices correspondingly low.
The les amount of money they now re
ceivc for the products of their farm, has a
greater purchasing power than the greater
amount they received four or live years ugo.
The fanner's eighty cents now, buys more
than his dollar bought then, and, whino as
he may about the starvation prices, he is re
ceiving for his corn and other produce,
with the' exception named, much bet
ter prices than he did when his hundred
bushels of wheat counted him a hundred
and twenty-five dollars. About thirty-three
per cent, has been knocked oil' of bis sel
ling prices; but nearly or quite fifty per
cent, has been knocked otl'of his purchas
ing prices. If this condition of things in
lihard on the farmer," we confess that we
don't see it.
At least one out of every four who suffer
death on the gallows, is not rendered in
sensible by a fall that breaks the neck, but
is simply choked to death, as n man would
be who was slowly hoisted by a block and
tackle. The torture of the victim in such
cases is terrible, and nobody can witness it
without a feeling of sickening horror. The
execution of old man Hunter was a most
bungling anil shocking affair, and, although
it had been preceded by hangings ten times
more appal ling, it was the first to excite
anything like a general demand that means
be adopted to render the recurrence of such
scenes an impossibility.
Of all plans for killing a man legally,
that have been adopted by civilized people,
hanging by the keck is the most baibarous.
and drowning all these are more merciful
than hanging; and since the object is not
to inllict pain upon the victim, but to rob
him of his life, we do not see why the most
merciful and least painful of
all method'., viz: . prisoning, might
might not be adopted, and hanging abol
ished. The idea that executions should he public,
that the horrors of the scene might exeer
cis'j a restraining influence upon the viciously
inclined, has long ago been abandoned. It
was found that the efiVtt wus demoralizing;
that fhe fivri'.iencv of executions so harden
ed the sensibilities of spectators as to final
ly render them indifferent to the struggles
and agonies of the victims, 'though of the
most appalling nature. For this reason a
majority of the States resorted to private ex
ecutions; or executions within an enclosure,
in presence ot an enumerated few, only.
And now, since public executions are no
longer allowed, becauso of their debasing
ctfect, why may not the victim be dispatch
ed, in the presence of a tew witnesses, by
painless poison, in his own cell? The aim
of the law, to put a monster out of the
world, would thus be accomplished, and
the feeling "f the community would
never be horrified by such cruel
and baibarous butcheiivs as
occur every month of the year, and as arc
sure to continue to ivcur o long as we re
tain the halter a the instrument for in
flicting the death penalty. It inny occur
that "old fogies" will as-ail even this sug
gestion in the line of mercy Vcunse, in i t h
turn, it iisiitils a practice 'sanctilicd by
the rust of ages." It is about time that a
use of tlmt soft .f argument should cease.
If habits, practices, laws and institutions
mint be maintained because they are old,
where, in the name of a reason, is there a
chance for progress;
Washington. .January. 20, LSrit.
It is not pleasant to believe that Con
gress, after making such an excellent record
timing the first two weeks ot the session,
for the despatch of public business will, on
the whole, do no better than its predeces
ors have done. It is now almost certain,
though, that this will be the ease. Since
the 7th inst, when reassembling after the
holidays, vciy little progress hits been
made with appropriation bills in House
anil Senate. Indeed, both Houses seem
disposed to ilis.'iiss other mutters,
List week the House passed bills, not of
importance, concerning the currency,' and
also took action on the balance left un
distributed of the Geneva award: The
Insurance companies; nl'ler a good tight,
have been beaten in their ellbrls to rup
ture n pint of that award. What is left of
it will now go Id new classes of claimants
and as interest id thoe who have already
received payment, pr.ivided the Sentie
pas-ie the bill which wi nl. through the
House on .Saturday . The prevailing opln-
ioll is, however, that Ihe whole Mbject
will go over .'r ... limi by the ticf (.'on-
' ' " ' ' .
The senate, though it has done nothing in
ih'o wsy t' geijend legislation, did on
Thursday pass an important bill known as
the "Arrears of 1'n'iision Hill.",
The amount involved,' oud which will
during the next year be distributor! to per
sons now in the pension roll in all parts of
the. country in sums of from $;)()l) to
$:f.(i00, is estimated variously at fiom 1JU
to U0 millions of dollars. A large Increase
in the force ot the pension oflico will be
necessary, especially as attorneys, who real
ly do half the proper government work in
pension claims, are not allowed ' to appear
in claims for nrrears under this bill.
An intelligent Democratic writer of this
city says the present fight l)ctwcrn the ad
ministration and Senator Conkling over the
New York custom liouso nominations is
simply to decide whether the votes of New
York slate, in the Kepublicau convention
of 1880, shall be given to Conkling or Sec
retary Sherman. This is a ton narrow view
of it. The pr ices by which the H elical
party has Um reduced from a majority of
votes in nearly every north .-rn state to a
minority in nearly every one of them, was
the result, in part, of ipiarre's among its
leaders. Tint moi't t(t ha v.. ofsue.h quar
rels the better. If your correspuntL-nt con
trolled the Democratic vot" lc wmfi.l so
throw it, tine being no question of prin
ciple involved, as to keep alive the quarnl.
and let the Ilepublh an convention of Issq
take care of itself. ,
For. Tan Caiiui IIci.lktin.
A statue of mirpiiKlii benuty,
Stund from other things npnr!
Within a nasrdtd, secret urotto
Of that labyrinth, the lieurt.
ThronRh nljrht of nil the rfir the .v ' ?t--st.
It Stuarts with ftllent r.rwo.
L'umludful whi ther liL'ht or Mmilow,
Kallft acroM Its pu'ld face.
Vumiudlul It of all the frsjjrance
Flnutln; through the silent night,
t'ntll ar.roiM tho dusky slmdown.
Steals the roy morning light ;
Theu It Hps breathe melody enchartin
Ak If from burp of gold.
For a nul of rare Immortal glory.
The marble doth enfold. j
Fob Tub Ctnin Huli.rtin.
BY MRS. U. nOAOSK.HT.
"Twenty years" my wlfo and I,
Drifted with the tide of life.
"Twenty year," o long to wait for,
All too Khnrt. whin past and gone.
Twentv years have hUmmmed for us.
Mauly aoiiHitud blooming daughter.
Who're grown up. and cling around lis,
In our home bende the waters .
Twenty yearn! iih, me! the gladm"",
And the sorrow, smiles and tears;
.Sun'hi.ie, rloudr, und daya of undue,
Mingling in the dear pat year.
Twenty years." dear wile, I love th"C,
Detter. bettor, as e it'll day
I'ussef o'er our home so p!eu"aiit
l'ae(ih! too swift away.
And I wish the future fur thee.
Filled with bright und varied flowers;
That (liid would keep, would hb'M thee.
Through the bright and pleasant' hours,
Of the "Twenty yeurs" Income
Yea the forty, i-lxty, dear wife,
In our dear and pleasant home
lu our home bolde the waters.
Ciiir.uio, Juuunry s;a.
A D.v no Knot's Touroit. Torpor or inac
tivity of the kidneys is seriously dangerous
to those organs, since it is the precedent of
disen.es which destne, their substanccsatid
endanger life. This sluggishness may hit
ovirconieby stimulating them, not excess
ively, but moderately, an effect produced
by Hosh.tter's Stomach Hitters, a general
invigorant and alterative, pos.ses.-ing diu
retic properties of no common order. Ttie
impetus which thbj admirable medicine
gives to their evacualive function counter
acts any tendency to congestion which may
exist in their tisiii"s I(ti they and the ir
associate organ, the bladder, are invigoia
t"d as well as gently stimulated by the
Hitters, which exerts a kindivd influence
upon the stomach, liver and bowels, mid by
strengthening the sys'eni, enables it to
withstand malarial epidemics, to which
when exposed it might otherwise succumb.
Yot: Mist Ci iik that Coir.ii.--With
Shiloh's Consur..pt!on Cure you can cure
yourself. It has establislwd the tact that
Consumption ran be cured, w Idle for Coughs
lironchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma.and
all diseases iif Throat and Lungs, it Is abso
lutely without an et'inl, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can cUbrd to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true we will re
fund the price paid. I'riee 10 rts. OOrts.
and $ 1,0(1 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame ue Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by llarchty druthers,
Havkvou lspep-ia, are you Con-tipu-ted,
have yon a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to list; Shi
loh's System Vitalizer. It guarant I to
relieve you, and will you continue to miUVt
when you can be cured on such terms as
these. Price III t ent-, and T," cents. Soid bv
I la it lay I h ot hers.
Wi ll's IVmuu lVrfumo ''Hackmetack"
is rich ami fragrant try It. Sold by lian lay
Yon Can iik IIvi'i'v If you will stop
all your clravagant and wrong uidions in
doctoring youi'self and families with ex
pensive duel ors or humbug cure-all.-, that
, do Imi-iiv always, and tun only nature sn
: pie veined ten for ii 1 1 your ailments- vm will
j be w iw well and happy, and sum-great t x-
peitsf. The greatest remedy for tl h, U
: greal, wisiMind good will tell )ou, ;H np
; Hi. id's ..believe it. H.a; "I'mveili,," in
aitot her wiluuin. i
Ciikw Jitcksoii'ti best S.:at K.'n- -w
ELAINE O I U
Over other Helmed
YOM ALL ILLUMINATING PURPOSES.
I'ersoe.s v. v. Ii.iyj in illier time nor inclination to investigate, the peculiar me;-:! of the
various grades, of Uetlned Petroleum, ask why
E L A
THE FAMILY SAFEGUARD OIL.
Ki)3 Fahrenheit Fire. Tmr,
Is Safer im! Ik'tter than Other
And i the very Highest Grade of Illuminating Oil from which, in the process of
manuiittture, hvery Impurity Has Keen hlliminatel. Maine is tree from
IJetiiuc and Parafline. In Color, Klainn is Spring Water White,
and its " Fire Test" is So High as to make it as Absolutely
Safe as any Uluminant Known. Having No Ih
agreeable Odor, F.laine is a. Pleasant Oil
For Family use.
IT DOES NOT INC1MJBT TIIK .WICK!
And thus is avoided its Frequent Hetri'nming.
CAITION should be used in tl.e j iirelit.se of Klain, a its gnat and growing
popularity nus induced the
ASK F0U IT. USE NO OTIIKlt OIL IN YOUIi LAMPS !
J;JU I 1 1 UUVi
UN I TI5 D
1 20 llroaihvay,
ASSETS, Junk 1, 1878,
(No 1'remliun Not- iii )
Surplus over Six Million Dollars.
Tic Most Important question for those insuring their lives is "WHICH COM
PANV IS .HTIIONUKST?"
The strongest company Is the uo which bus tie most i ;,i,a!ih ok wi-.i.i. ivi:stk
ASSK1S ItiU IIVKUV OOLUMt OK MAIUI.ITtLS.
Of the seventeen largest Life Insurance Companies of the United States, the ratio
of aets (excluding premium note. to liabilities, the Equitable is largest, being l'H.flf)
The su:ond largest is 1 10.77, and the third largest. 1 17.:"J.
2 "These figures are from the official report of the Now York In-ur.ince Depart
ment, June 1, H78.
Grow i,or" j'lptilir every day, and ere
AO K NTH
WASHINCiTOiy AVKM'K, Con. T Kr.rTH Sn.'KKT.
i ' '
OA I..KO, ILLINOIS. " :
IVoducts of Petroleum
I N E !
Oils? It is beciitsc F.latne
introduction ot imitations.
Wholesale A jont s.
: : ILLINOIS.
made a spi f.lalfy.
JohnHonV Aiuulvtin l.tiitmeiil K-lll nn.l'lvilv an.
vent thla terrililiilli.M. uml will nnsitWekV i urv
nine rne In tun. Infer m.-ition tin. I will rave trii)
ernienl, fr hy mull. Hon'l di-lnv u inomMil
eveiitlon I heitiif than rare, Hold evurj vilur-'.
H. JOIINHO.N & CO., Uut'Kor. llallle.
Of ucopy of My Veitlnl Common Senile DooW, to
any persoii u'l ontf from ltoncuinyllon, Aslhinii,
iitttrrli. Itrni i hill-. Ley el ihe voiei'.'or Son
'I'hrout. Send imin.i aurt uim olllen Nililn'HH, with
two ioM i;;n ftainii. Stum i.nr uli knes. 'J lie
lunik is i Wymit y lllustrmeil (fit ;,),. Utno. Is.'.n.
The liiforriiation It eonliiiDs In ti.o providence l
orl, liu. fir. i ll nialiy litns. Tin- audior has hen
truutinu' ill" lis- n of tli ii None, TIimuI Hint l.iintrs. M
npi eml priietlee In l liicliinnil, ttnee lui?. AdiU'ts
or. is. won, t inn.
lpr roiSQIIS 1'LASTKIf,
L'Kl.KIJIt.'.TKI) TJ1K WOKU) tiVKIt.
Thf nmiiif'irturvrH were nwinled I'm ll jht-
mill only meU-il h.i rahher plnter, tl hotli
tho I i'iil.-iii:liil hint Curls Y xii.sitlous.
KAI! M.:'l'ltltilt TO
Common poron pl i.t -t,, llnlifii iil. Hie -o-Cttlleil
elcr.lril 111 li.i ,..... I'll-. Jt in lKt, l
ki.imn reioiil lei I... m. i,nd V.'e;.U liai k, Itln il
imitii-iu, I i-in.iie VV -uku,.,., h, im j, , l,iilnl.ii;ii,
l)lsesed Kidneys. :iiii!il ( onipIjuilH, nuil nil
lil lor .ill ti .oroin- pinftcis are iim-iI. Ask your
)ri fur l'.ei.i.n s I ii.n lne 1'orou l'Jnt r
ami .- u.i, Ui i..,i,!i . .Sold .y uK
I'.r u-""1. ' i" ti'i nl".
Mulled '.it iicript of price, ,v h' aji," 1
Juhiisbii, .'1 I'iatt ntrect, New Vori.
Qui ni ne Ton k
Tlie Most Allocable Tonic aiiJ
KVF.Ii OFFKUKI) TIIK I'l liLIC.
IT WIT I ' l"'mVK Yorit AI'K
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HSTKM. VI'iOK Tti KVKKY I'AltT t'K Til A
'JuKHtiir InrAurivii 1Ibi.t.i ami S.r.i voiii
UKMKDV SO fiOOI)
For Languor and Debility.
Ths mt-dlfnl fitciiltr Initor It Tor lifrepi
Jaundice, Xi-rvoun Kvhlllty. Ii.nof Adpitit.-, n i
nil di-tt,Hi, iirl.ln ironi a Jn-order'd I.lver it
i'rraons l!lnjln or vi'.tltv srtlODn hi te X.s
n Fever and Auf, Ililltou i-rr. Ac. irrlhe
rhmcterltic dh. nses, should be provided wci
lhl vluHhle m.'dlelne. It In uri preentive f.i
II tllmeni. .-i!uj rrunt nuijrlat rt-. tt U
one of the bet Hemedlal Aent hlrh the fl.-i--of
( hemlmrv hm pi. mi t tno d!Hiul i t the i.ir,
sieliin. romhluea with other oliihie tonic, d--:i
i:tely a.v ored with choice aroiimtica t. please tie
p:ate. Price One Dollar jkt Kottle.
Volutin tiyjiil thn wholcioile drult ;,tl,
rt ;o. and medlelno dei'i-r ifi-nersllr.
XOCUIiKXO FKK !','" pm'
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iiis-im.ii, I", r,nt Wa.-aiin.ion atrwt. I 1,1m
the eure ol nil iiriiiri . i.,i ...
M)iiii.o. nKsri. SKiiv.uH hlmilitt and wi-t
mami.s.ii. M rn,unei,'ly cured lir . I n nmduii!
ot t. e l.i Turin Kehuol. uml it-. no no nun ; ,.
lary- .t prnctl, - l olled State,. I.ai.ii;. r
q'linn- tr.atm-ht. with l.onie ami Is.tird, rail ..-
Unt- I-.V.TV renv.-l,!,!,.-.- f, .f jut I,: ,. . .,! ,if-,
cent- r M AIjHi u.K ..1 ILK! -j-j p,., s hi,,.'..,!
eit. .Married li.itie and mleno n .end rift v citit.
fornunp'eof nihtMrsiMiil. and i-ln nlrr o( imiH.r
ttnt in ; r;n m.u hy rpri. t ,,nii. ,t ion tr'c a-i '
ronfid. ntial lllitfbli-1 eniale. I'ill Ik,,
XKK VOL'S I)i:ilILITV.-r
men. !.,- ot ,Ha!i'v. pn-matiin- H.ikn-.' men! T
lion ot mind and hotly, di.ordtr of tlie hruin m i
lie; veil, m. Und lal-erie- re-nlti,,. tli. n-f-n
sp,-,:ih -uiKd bv HAIKS' M'KHili . f,iri.
..n 'oit,--if pby.iclan : $ I a ra-e. - for Jl'.: M!ld l.v
' r :-''."l,:-I i'-rrln-'tl-ir with full particular,., (.i
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fllitnlned for new Invention, or for liiiproveincnti.
otioid oin; for injillml or other compound, tnnle
tuiirlis and liitiei. uveal. Assignments, Inter-fereni-ei",
Appeal, Suits for Itifrlnireiiionl. mid
all c.n-e iirii-lnir iiuder the I'uteiit ,aw, prompt
lv Httenileit lo. Invenllon tliat have been
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and enpii'd in I'lilent hllslnesH t-xcllKlvely. we ran
tlliilte ( loser seen he, uml seeme I'uteiit. inure
iipiiupllv. and with linmder elnlms, than thie-c who
Ii flinde from W:thlliL'loll.
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"11 Conress; t.lnl epeeluly to our clients In ever
st:t',e in the IJnii'ii mid in t iiiii'hIh, Adilre
O. A. SNOW ,V CO.,
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'po INVM.STOIIs AND VKt Il.tS.U K.
I'ATKV'Vs nnd how to oMalii 'them.' I'ninplel or
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