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OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CI IT AM) COUNTY.
Tbos. Xnlly, Kditor.
' Democrut io Xomiuiitious.
ron STATK THKASlREli.
EDWARD L. CHUNK1UTE, of Stepbpnon.
TOR fUTrillKTKVIlKrn- IIP Fl'SUr INSTRUCTION,
SAMUEL M. KTTEK. of McLean.
Ton CLERK or THE CCPHEMK CorilT. HOtTIIEHS OnAND
JACOB O. CHANCE, of Marlon.
TOR CLEHK OF TUE AFl'KLLATE COl'llT, COtTllKIlN
JOHN Q. HARMAN, of Alexander.
EIGHTEENTH CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICT. ALL FOR A DEMOCRATIC DELEOATECOXVEN
TION TO NOMINATE A CANDIDATE Foil
The Democrats of the Eighteenth Con
gressional district of Illinois are requested
to send delegates to a convention to be
held at Jonesboro, Union county, oa Tues
day, 23d ' day .f July, ls75,
at 10 o'clock a. iu., for the purpose
of nominating a candidate for representa
tive in the Forty-sixth congress. Each
county of the district will be entitled to
the numker of delegates to, and vot"s in.
the convention set ppntite its 11111111' below,
. t Tile.
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In the counties that lure not already ap
jwinted delegates the Central committec-
the Democratic party will, in such man
ner and at such time as they may deter
mine, call count- conventions to appoint
ablegates to this convention.
By order of the Democratic Central Com
mittee of the Eighteenth Concessional dis
trict Jno. II. Oiieri.y. Chairman.
A. I'oi.k Jonk. Secr-tory.
A Democratic convention will bi-br-idat
JonesU.ro. III., on Tuesday, the 21 day of i
July, W3, for the purpos- of iwminatiii- !
two candidat.-s for Representatives in the j
General Assembly for the .V'tlt S-nat..rial j
district. ' i
Basis of representation: One delcyat.; for
each 200 votes and fraction over 100 v...-s j
cast forTilden in H. The counties will
lie entitled to delegates as follows :
W. II. Monies.
W. A. I.KMMA.
W. C. Mi.UCKI.ANI.
. 7: ; make the declaration. 1 hey lo nt know
Gold in New ork yesterday 100';. , , , ..
' J j what may be the outcome of Potter s in-
The platform of the Republican party of '1,lir-v'!l!"1 c""''llu,I!.v "'' remain dis
Illinois has nothing in it. It is as empty ' T"(',!-V sil,'lU' Tht' K'TuUiean party has
as a bucket drawn out of an empty well. J ''"'"
Bkkciier says: "Starvation is often" a! If Iiurklow is hung we shall refuse to
means of grace." He seems to belii ve in ;
starvation, and it might do the old man '
good to get to grace through a la,.k f !
Hit yuiney Herald pied one of its fiirms i
the other day. Unfortunate Herald' Not
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y a year ol steady prayer can for.rivi.iie.n
be obt,i,,l f ,. ,1 , ,0,Um 'S!, i
le obtained for the profanity that must '
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have resulted lrom the ace dent. i
TiiE Mohiiinmeiians number one hundred '
imd fifty millions of souU. and .s-cin.v Pal-
csUne.the hind ,1 , ' 1
world. I hey are PtrniKf n 1 !.:.. n- .i .
They are strong in cIinu. Pc
India, Africa and throughout th- Turkish
The editor of the I'im-km-yvillc Indfpen
lat, Mr. Wall, is a candidate for the lower
liouse of U,e General Assembly. Hl. wmll
Ins one of the leudin- men of that body, if he
t i.t i ... '
u.-aucceiun gi-umg u seat tl,er,i. ;
We hope he may. i
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Tuk Earl of Bcaennsdeld' is i!k- itre-it i
inan of the Congress 4,f Nalioes i.o-e I., '
.Mtuoi.. m,, it, .
session at Rerlin, ('riinany. He has car
ried cverj (piestion for England, uiid with
much audacity declare his intention to
yield nothing to Rtisia.
Tub ''For Issuing the Ronds'' ticket was
elected in this city yesterday by a good
majority in a small vote, We hope the
city jinty not have occasion to regret this
vote, or to repudiate the new bonds. Vy:
can "stand up'' to the debt, and must.
"Mil. Haiitzei.l," says the Chester Val
ley Clarion, "is looking in splendid health,
notwithstanding his eight months' contin
uous services, and the arduous laliors in
volved therein. lie will visit his constit
uents in the lSth district, in a few days.''
Mil. Si.ade, of St. Clair county, secured
the Republican nomination for State Super
intendent of Public Instruction; but he has
not the strength to defeat .Mr. Etter, the
Democratic nominee. Mr. Etter will come
out of the canvass with a suflicicnt major
Mu. Thomas Needles, State Aud.'tor,
has addressed a circular to the proper offi
cer of the several counties of the State, ask
ing for statements of the debts of his coun
ty. The returns to these circulars will be
compiled for the use of the General Assem
bly. Senator Goudon, of Georgia, will de
liver the oration at Evansville on the
Fourth. Secretaries Thompson, Key and
McCrary; Senators Davis, IJooth, Yoorhees
and McDonald, and Ex-Gov. T. A. Hen-
Iricks and Gov. Williams will be partici
pants in the celebration.
Thk death of the young Colleen of Spain
has plunged that country into intense
grief. Mercedes was only eighteen years
of ag and had been married but a few
months. King Alfonso has lost a treasure
he cannot well spare. His queen was more
to him than his crown.
The Democrats of Baldwin, we learn
from the Valley Clarion, are unanimously
in favor of Mr. Hartzell beir.j; hs own sue-
ssor. This anxiety results from the de
sire of the Democrats of Baldwin to give
Mr. Hart.ell an opportunity tcu-onsiuiiinate
the work he has so nobly begun.
Hon. S. P. Mack, of Randolph, liunilier
of the lower house of the General Assem
bly, is a candidate for re-election from that
district, subject to the decision of the Dem
ocratic nominating convention. So is Mr.
Spencer, formerly editor of the Valley
Clarion, and so is Judge McBride. Either
of these gentlemen would 1m? a competent
and worthy munlx-r of the.hoiise.
Mr. Wattkuso?, the dashing editor of
the Louisville Courier-Journal a man of
many words, one good eye and a good deal
of assurance sjieakiiig of Stanley Mat
thews' note to seat Kellogg, says: "I hap-
Ien to know that his vote to seat Kellogg
in the Senate was given at the urgent re
quest of the President himself, and. as I
le-lieve. :igain-t Matthews' own better judg
ment as well as against his inclination."
M;:. Ui.kn, of Pula-ki. will try conclu
sions with Mr. Hannan for the Appellate
Clerkship. .Mr. I'len is a clever gentle-
l,",n- !,r"' rOt'cMr. Barman pain to
'i,',""t ,,im '.v W thousand majority;
l'"t 'iut-v ,llust '"' l,om'' fln'1 Mr ""'
wil) IU'1T" '""1 nish Mr. I'len
u,,,'''r avalanche of Democratic ballots.
T'!'' ,":"'r"'l e '"' "'"'J''- I'l'-'" should
tl,T"r'- prepare for his doom.
Tin: Republicans in their platform said
nothing in praise of Grant or in condemn
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1 'in"!!"! 11. iir. .i.ei ui'-y ii 1 nor denounce
the Potter investigation. The
j are significant. They are Grant men. but
i th"V were afraid to say so. They dislike
Hayes, hut they had not the courage to
'"'vf' t-(,1fi('l'nee any longer in the justice of
m:,n- !i!l,Jll,l 1'imished, probably,
for taking Wagoner's life, although he did
the deed under the impulse of fear, but he
should not be choked to death by having
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rope tied around his m-ck and being then
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shoved from a platform. He can be put to
n better Use, and we hope Gov. Cullom will
o . 4 .1 1 . .
h' f" "biiost unanimous vo ee of
c T- - , ,-
Southern IlluiMis demanding a coinmuta-
'"n t!ic? l5llr'''nv sentence.
p 7r ,
lllK J'"l"l,'li'" proud of Mrs.
Menks. She is, without doubt on the part
of nr.y uiiprejudiced observer, a false swear
er; hut t!ie Republicans take much consola
tion from her falsehoods. They Mole the
presidency and need not hesitate to justify
th..- theft by perjury. But if .Mrs. Jenks
should falter should turn in her tracks
how loud would be Republican deniinciii-
ti - .ns of her! She would be to them all that
-, m .1 , ., . .
is evil. 1 hey enjoy then- rascals until their
tUfl'u'i b ilivulgu their rascalities.
Amom; tue iiaiiies rejiorted as vice-jircsi-
THE DAILY- CAIRO BULLETIN:
dents of the lato Republican convention at
Springfield, as publisher', in the St. Iniis
Republican, we llnd that of Mr. Win, A.
Leniniii, of Jackson county. The Judge is
a staunch Democrat, is possessed of all
the virtues as a man mid citizen implied
by this remark, and the use of his name by
the convention clearly indicates the pover
ty of the material on hand when it was
deemed necessary to make a showing of re
spectability and patriotism. Of course it
was a Rradieal trick 11 species of political
confidence game and the use of the j udge's
name was wholly unwarranted.
Thk Southern Illinois Medical Associa
tion, at its late session, recommended that
every member of the association, before re
ceiving any person as a student of medicine,
should require the person desiring to enter
upon the study of the profession, to enter
into a contract to pursue studies for a peri
od of not less than three years; that every
physician receiving 11 student under his
care should arrange 11 systematic course of
studies, and conduct daily examinations of
the student in such studies; that it is the
duty of the members of the association to
recommend their student to attend only
such medical schools as rigidly enforce the
full three years' course of study; that mem
bers of the association should recuive as
students no persons who do not have a
good English education, including natural
philosophy and botany, and a sufficient
knowledge of Latin to enable him to pur
sue his studies with advantage.
Thk Southern Illinois Medical Associa
tion lately in session at Chester, resolved,
that, "looking to the general welfare of the
profession and the benefit of the society, it
would emphatically discountenance the use
of alcholic stimulants among its members,
as a U-verage, and also would discourage
its use as a remedial agent, except in cases
of emergency, and only when the materia
mediea does not supply a sufficient sub
stitute." The association made no-sacrifice
in the adoption of the resolution, us would
would have been the fact if.Tor instance, the
Middle Illinois Medical Association had
adopted a similar resolution. The doctors
of Southern Illinois, unlike the doctors of
the Middle and the North, are temperate
men. We do not know an exception to
this rule. In Cairo the doctors neither
taste, handle nor touch: and the emergency
must be vcryAjmitif a patiit ver obtains
from a CairojMoctor a. drop, of liquor as a
remedy for Jisease'' It was ' hotr always
thus; but it Has Het-n so for months, thank
the Lord and Reynolds.
The Valley Clarion, in an article on the
McN'amee scandal, says: "Mf-Namee. i
dead. The latest reKirts say that the yortng
wife, too, is dead. Dr. Barnes alone, of the
three whose life-threads Is-came thus wo-
fully tangled together, lives. He is still at
the head of a State institution, where the
lx-st intellect, and most humane heart, and
purest, whitest soul alone should hold sway.
Does he till the requirements? God knows."
We havv no doubt of this: but God is not
alone in his knowledge on this subject.
Every person who has any knowledge of
the facts of the McNalilec scandal knows
that Dr. Barnes dm s not fill the require
ments demanded by the place he occupies.
Intellectually he may be all that is requir
ed, but he is a failure in many other bn
portant particulars. He should be removed
without delay, ami a better man put into
his place. The Tiustees may, as they in
all probability w ill, rehist the inevitable re
sult of the doctor's shortcomings; but if
they do not accept it in good time they will
lc compelled to precede their favorite out j
of the Anna institution, public opinion
will crowd them out.
Du RiKiEii S. Tiiacey, in the last num
ber of the Popular Science Moth by. answers
in the negative the (jtiestion, "Is death by
hanging painful f He says that all the ev
idence goes to show that death by hanging
is jminh ss, and there is ssitively no factor
well-founded opinion to the contrary. That
in every form of strangulation the blood
vessels of the neck are compressed, as well
as the air passages. A large part of the
blood is returned from the head by the ex
ternal jugular veins, which are very near
the surface, and in which the current
can be checked by slight pressure. Most
of the blood from the brain itclf comes
back through the internal jugulars, which
lie near, but a little outside of, the carotid
arteries. The walls of veins are lax and
yie'ding, so as lo be easily compressed,
while those of the iiitcries Hi-e
firm and -lt.st:i-. j;nd it reijuiris
considerable f,,rc- t u toxi-
mate them. lWuro, then, which is Millie!
cut to r!os" the jugular veins only crowds
the carotids a little farther inward, and the
blood is still jioiued through them int the
brain, whi ne:- it e.-m not csrap -. Wh -n
this pmniiug process is going on at the
rate .if seventy strolls :i miniite, it is easy
to understand how the engorgement i f the
vessels of the brain, in n very brief time,
reaches a degree which caiK-s insensibility.
To explain why this conge, tion causes un
consciousness would invelve a tcch::'cal
FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 28, 1878.
discussion which would hero be out of place.
It must suffice to say that it does; so that,
us the cerebral congestion in a bunged per
son brings on insensibility within a minute,
while the physical agony of suffocation
does not begin until later, it follows that
the victim docs not feel any of the pnngs
of asphyxia. He first becomes insensible,
with accompanying pleasurable feelings,
from cerebral congestion, and then is choked
to death while unconscious.
THE FALL CAMPAIGN.
GATHERING OF KEI'lULICANS AT Sl'llINO
FIELD TICKET NOMINATED AND A PLAT
SrniNGFiEi.D, III., Juno 20. The Re
publican state convention met hero to-day
and was one of tho largest political conven
tions ever held in the state, there being
about 10,000 delegates present. The con"
vention was called to order at noon by Hon.
A. C. Bubcock, of the state central commit
tee. Col. Win. A. James whs made temporary
chairman and made a brief speech.
After the appointment of the usual com
mittees the convention adjourned until 2
A TELLINO SPEECH.
On reassembling Gen. Lippincott was
elected permanent chairman, and made a
speech, which was followed by a speech
from Gen. Hurlbut and a song by the
Grant Glee club of Decatur. In one song
there was a chorus ending with the words:
"Grant is coming home."
on permanent organization and state cen
tral committee wen; then announced.
The committee on platform were Gen.
Logan, Senator Oglesby, Gov, Cullom and
Lieut. Gov. Shuman.
On the second ballot Gen. Smith, of
Chicago, was nominated fur state treasurer.
Gen Smith was colonel of the 0th Illinois
infantry during the war and is recognized
as a strong candidate.
James Slado was nominated for superin
tendent of public instruction on the second
ballot by a vote of 400 to 140 for Farwcll.
The following are the nominees for clerks
of the supreme court :
Northern Grand Division E. F. Dut
ton, of Sycamore.
Central Division M. B. Converse, of
Southern Division Aden Knapp, of
Clerks of appellate court First district,
Eli Smith, of Chicago; second district, R. T.
Coombs, of Morris: third, E. M. Duncan,
of Carlinville; fourth, B. L. I'len. of Mound
was then adopted, declaring unbounded
faith in the Repnblican party and its ability
to administer the state and" national gov
ernment wisely and successfully; that the
Democratic party, being largely composed of
recent rebels and their sympathizers, can
not Ik-safely entrusted with the administra
tion of the government; that they have
sliowed their general incapacity in the recent
The financial plank expresses satisfaction
with the system created by the Republicans,
by which the people of the country have
been supplied with a large amount of safer
currency than ever Ix-fore known.
The credit of the Union has steadily ad
vanced under it, while the burdens of
taxation hove leen steadliy reduced, showbiz
great wisdom in the management of the
It declares that the Republicans are on-
posed to any further contraction of the
greenback currency, and are in favor of
such currency as can be maintained at par
with and controvertable into coin at the
will of the holder.
It also declares for a permanent pacifica
tion of the South and the protection of all
The platform was adopted unam'inotislv
and the convention adjourned sine die.
THE OHIO DEMOCRACY.
CoiXMiils, O.. June 20. The Democrat
ic state convention to-day was the most
harmonious held in Ohio for twcnty-flre
f (Jen. Durbin Ward was made permanent
chairman. Senator Thur man and Gov.
Bishop made speeches.
THK TH KKT.
After permanent organization the follow
ing state ticket was nominated :
Secretary of State D. R. PagM if Sum
Judge of the Supreme Court A. F.
Hume, of Hamilton.
Member of the Board of Pubi- Works
-Rush Field, of Mansfield.
Wanted. A business man with some
means as partner or on salary for a com
mission business. Address 0., Planters
Foil Rent The business rooms now oc
cupied by Henry Frohma. as a bakery,
corner of 14th street and Washington ave
nue. For particulars apply P Henry
J. F. KUNKLE'S
BITTER WINE OF IRON.
rphe irreat niece and delight of Ihe people, Iu
1 fact, nothing like ll ha ever been nlleo-d Un
American people! which ha o qulckiv run nil its wav
Into their good favor and heurly approval a K. b
Kutikle'a Bitter Wlim of Iron. It doe all It pro
poe. and thus give universal satisfaction. Ill
guaranteed to cure the worst case orilvspepsla or
Indigestion, kldnev or liver diseases.' weakness,
n-rniisiiess, coiisnpaiion, iiciiiiiv or the stomach,
Ac. Out the genuine. Oulv solil In tl im bullies
- IK..I..1, - .ill. sum hi 9 1 ,l. Ml II Ol-S.
Deiiot and offlce. g.-iM North Nlnlh Street, Phllade.
phla. Ask lor Kunkle's and take nootlier. Sold by
IlVsVCfishl ' llvsneiisi.i ' lKiio.iu.1,1 I
'JvipMU. J'VsIMpSlll. l),sp('Islil!
K F Ktiiiln.r. tnoei. ici.,.. ..r 1. .. 1 . ..
for th l ies . . ' " o "1 To ''V1'
many v.-,,,s ,1, '' " 'ZXu !V' ..iffi.S.'f
with unparalleled . ..'..:. s,,.". .. , "'"
you at j
WORMS! WORMS! WORMS!
o i 1 r,""''''' Worm Syrup uever full to remove
all kinds of Worms. Sent, pin uud stomach wot ma
arc readily removed by Kunkle's worm Svrup. Dr.
Kuiikle Is the only successful phvsh hiu inn ie.
move tape worm In from iwo to four hoiii. lie lias
nu fee until head and all pus.e. nllv mid In till
space of tlm,,, Cominoii etie ti-aclie II tape wnl'iii
cull he reiiiiived ull other worms can he h-udilv re
moved. A.k your druggist for a bottle ol' Kniikel a
Worm Syrup. Price $1 or hollle. II nev.-r falla
or send to ihediM tor for circular. No. lAMi North
Math trcct, Phllaile!,iiln, l u. Advice free.
h . I i ' ,,'. , , 1, ' '''";' " aioulli, fr t. purpose alor Id: nil ballot cast tit said
i . 11) . 1' 1 mi v I'lessiiess and ii splcis. .-f..f1 1,, In favor of the said itu-i.t ion xuhn i t-
b h i ,in,'" 1", ''i hJ' k' ri.1',1 " , " ' i 11,11 .1 iil..reld. shall read. "For Issuing tho
l iter W . It il '"''J1 . , A'k '",i I bonds." and all ballot cast against said question
- ,r iu t , I '"' ,,iiri,""j""r',VM,: '," ' l'llrea,l. -Agaii.sl bsiilngthe bonds." Polls at
111 . orau tor six bottles. All I u.k Is a n lalof this I .i, ..... ulll In. i.i.i.ii m 1 1... l,. ,,r u ,.v L-
The Tuiro Ilox and Basket Co.
Flooring, Siding. I -ath. Etc
At Ibu very lowest rutei.
HaTiiMf a Hcuvy Stock of Logs on Hand,
We. are prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On the clmrteui otlce.
A ;J!-CIALTY made of KTEAMIIOAT I.fMIIEIt.
UY "eiiloiiiiiiiiilmttireFltl lTill()XMATKItlAI,S
t racker, Candy, l'ai kln Box.-, Stave, Heading
PROPOSALS FOR STANDS,
K. M. K. C. CELEBRATION,
July -till, 1878.
CEAl.EDblil will be received, up toll o'clock p tn ,
Monday. June SHli. for Hie privilege of 4 Miiml
at the Park on the Fourth, viz: Stand So. I, for the
sale of oln nter ihottlcd and run ntuhi i, lem
on in if ami other uoiespiriliioii. vlnou or mult
drink: Maud No. i, lor the ule or lee en-am
cake mid b. rrle; viand No. . luiieh -land for
the sole of eollee. tea, milk, eiiiuii-d guml o ecpt
fruit and ben leu. meiil. aandwiche. Ac.: MiiihI
No. I. for the ale of caudle, nuts, el-rsr and to
Imreo. The relative loratloiiof the above tnnil with
the duneiii.' tloor are hown lu a pint that t.in be
een at Paul II. Kehuh'a i-L'ar store, Their pindilon
i Jl ataked off at Ihe Park, tirouml allowed tu
eiicli mind. 31 feet Mlinre. Bid for eaeh of tin
above -lands w piiralelv; and bid for the privi
lege of the whole "round to a.-ll anv and all of the
arm le enumerated, will bereeelved. In the latter
eaouthe bidder will have tho privilege of our or
more stand on anv part of the "niuml not within
feet of the llaluih:! tloor. The snceen-fiil bidder
will he required to ..u a rontract with Hireile
lilndiiiL' tbemelve to pay the amount Hcreed upon
on the :ith day of July. lsrs. mid to -ell nil article
at the price ruliiii! i .hi tltv.
Bid will alo lie received- for tho erection era
Danelnat floor. Speaker' utanil, Fire work ttaml
and JuiJv"-' stand Bidder an- to furnish iflf ma
terial and work required in the erection, remove Hit
rtriictiire after the eelebrulloiiexreptJuiteo'dand
and own all the material ueil Plana and tieciri
cation can be seen at Paul II. Schtih'a ( lu-ar store.
The Committee reserve he riubt to reject anv and all
bid Bldsinusl be put in sealed envelope, and stale
illi-tini tly on the hack 'or what tie- hid offered
and should be addri-ed to Frank M Walker. S. cv
Com. 'l'ln-y can lie left at ShIiiiIi' Cl-ar More or
mailed. The bid will be ohem.-il at I In- K l K
C-. Hall, on Momlay. Juue 'Jlth. at S o'clock p m ,
and those Interested are requested to be present.
Jl .11 .1. I FI
COMMITTEE OF AHIIAW.EMENTS.
"OTK E TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed prniiosal wil In- received at mv office up
to Muiidav. thesth dav of .lnlv V ll ik' i..r . i.
follunin roail work, hald jiriitiosal mav Include
the whole leueth of ald mads, bv the a re or anv
port thereof, the county reervln the rL-ht to relc-'l
anv nr all bids, via:
ror culliii ' out a new road, bei-innln on ilu e n.
ter secliuii line between eclloti twin-J. and eleven
ill i, in township 7, south raiitfe. 1 west, in tbi
county, and riitiiiint! thence north to the le w Caeh
bridge now helms built across ( ache river, said
road In be cleared 111) feet wide V) feet fin .-Mi ll si.),.
of the center section line i. an feet In the center of
sain I'll r-;et to tie thoroughly cleared of evervthlhi;
above the siirfnceof the ground, and ou the oilier TO
feet everything to Ik- removed except the stump of
Also for a road to commence at the mithe rn an.
proathof the said new bridge across said Cac he
river, and lo run alonij and uear ald river toa point
near the Junction of the Tbelwa and Joncslioro
ronil. In this rounty. said road to be cleared 4 mI
wide. l feet In center of said mad to he ihi.r.nnil.lv
cleared of everything above the surface of tho
around, ou the remainder of each side ..f ssld m
feet everything to to be removed excepting stump
oflreca. h.VM LEI. J. Hl'M M.
Cairo. June 10, )7S.
TO THE VOTERS OF ALEXANDER
Vi'iirutA. TheCountv Board of Alexander coun
ty have under ad i-eim-nt a proposed change of the
i-leetlou preclni ts III s-iid couniv. all parth- hav
ing any sugetions or jietltloc to ofl-r in regard to
the same are herein r. quested lo fl the aiiine In
the September ' s.nii saiil board.
h.VMl'EL J. IM MM.CoU!il ( b rk.
K.1.KI TIOX NOTICF.
FECIAL ELECTION NOTICE.
In pursuance of an order of lh Countv Board of
Alexander county. In state of Illinois, aifopo-ri June
H. 1S7S. providing for Ihe holding of a speelal ei.-c-Hon,
and submission of the questlim ,,f ,,uiii
bond under the act nameil lu saiil order, puhile no
tice I hereby glveU thai a special election will In
held ou t
TUESDAY. JULY THK BTH. HT.
In the several preelncl In said countv. a follow,
to-w it: At the Hough .V Heady engine hou..-. lu the
South Cairo nreeiuel :at the court hotise.in the North
Culm precinct: at thcschisol house, IntheDoi-Toolii
precinct: at the store house n O. l.reenlee. In the
(.oose Island precinct; at the storehouse of.. II. Ire
bind. In the Siintu Fcpruriiii;! ; at the store house of
B. F. Brow ii & Urn.. In thvTt-he preelncl: at the
Coiner enMil house, lu the clear Creek precinct;
at Ihe resldeuce ofSamuel Brlley. iu tin: Halev. ood
Jin-i lni I. and at the store house of Wllllaiu Holmes,
la the town of Sandusky, In the Unity precinct, for
the purpose of voting upon the question of the Issu
a nee of new bond bv said county, tinder the act of
the legislature of said slate, cntflled "An m t relat
ing lo county and city debt, ami to tirovide for tha
payment thereof by taxation. In siieh counties and
cities, approved February lath. sifc-,. and lo dm.-nd
ihe title thereof." approved and In force April T,.
IHTil, and sell said new bonds to raise money to pur
chase or retire outstanding bonds of said countv. a
specified In said order, which new bond sliiill con
slst of two hundred and leu bond, numbered 1 to
iW. of the denomination of $' each ; ami on- hun
dred and filly bond, numbered ill to :Vio. of the de.
nomination of $Vl each, making a total of three
hundred ami lxiy bonds, of the aggregate amount
of $Vi.Ul. Iielng about Ml per centum of the sum
total ol all theoiitstiiiidlng bonds proposed to be re
tired, nil of said new bond to bear date July 1, ls;s.
inn! draw Interest at the rate of six percent tier an
num from dale until paid. Loth principal ami Inter
et to be puyablu at Ihe First National bank of New
York, in Hie city and statu of New York. In semi
annual installment, on the ilrt lnv. ,.r .1.0,. ......
and July of each year, alter date of said bunds, and I
minion iiirougn a perioii 01 nineteen and a half
Eight semi annua! Installments f 3 ,M,r ,.,., ,,r
the luce of said bonds for and during the first four
cent of the I
,.inr,.sr .111110 srnii iinnuai insiiinnient off, per
llll I" III
said bonds fur ami during the
next tllleen veursj and one llniil Itistallmeiit of tha
remainder of principal and Interest of said bond,
and payable only upon presentation ami snrr h-r
of such column..' mill .til. I Iii.i.jIm o. I... ..I-..
I . ...... .......... , IM- Hir-.i r.11 1 . 11-
'b-red and discharged upon the payment of said
' ,'",l'l'" for dual Installments.
I Iheproi 1 of ule of w hlch snld $ll'l.riil new
I bonds lo be expended under the illrei thm of the
I l,r"l"'t' authorities of said eoutity. In the tiiirehnse or
m - tlrliigof hand all of said oul.tumllng bond.
; and hir no oilier purpose w hatever. Al which said
' '"I ''leetl 'herli will be submitted to the legal
I voter ol said eou,y, the said question of lug
new no 111. uniler lint satu act iipprovei
u ih,. uii. rnlng of Mild day of election and eoliliuiiu
I open until die hour ol T o clock In the afternoon of
I the same day, when they w ill be closed.
SAMUEL J. II I'M M.
County Ch-rk of said Alexander Countv, 111.
('.mho, Ills. .Junes, IH'S.
men, Ins ol vitality. iremutiiru weakness, enerva
tion ormlnd ami hody. disorder (if the brain and
nervous system, and miseries resulting therefrom,
speedily cured by HATE'S' SPECIFIC. Prepared
by 1111 111 1 i ii-1 1 1 physician ; ft a cae, 2 for $5; sold bv
druggists. For circular with full particulars, ad
dress DR. BATES, m Stale street, Chluigu, III,
" ' and in loreo .v iru -i, ism. 11 iniinni-r and lorni una
lashionablo 1 5arb r,
Eioiitii Stbekt, (in Riser's Buihliug)
IMPLOYH only tlrt.c.ii workmen, and endi at
J ora lo accord to all i rtuiteoua treatment.
HOOT AND SIluK JIAKKItS.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Commerclnl Avenue, bet. I 1 ,!.... ill
Klxlli and Seventh t. f I (1110, JJJ,
'PAKES pleanre In announcing to hi patrons anil
I tho public generally that helm recently r.eelveit
in: uii.-si uiui iiiii-i seieei skh k ol Leathers of every
dewrlpthm ever hroughl lo thl city. All work ii
his line executed promptly and In the best manner.
.inn,: snosiii. in. ii giveu iu vverv Instance. Piicc
reiisonable. A eordlul Invitation extended to all lo
call and examine good and learu price.
HYKI.Vi; AND REXOVATIXO.
yOUR OLD CLOTHES
CAN BE lir.Al lll'CU.V
DYKI) Oil UK PAH IK l )
At a TrlMnir Kxpense- C. 0. b.
CIIAS. SREI.I.K Y, M). :jft EIGHTH ST.
t3T" Ladle uud fiouta old hut made new.
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