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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
SUNDAY MOnXL(r, JULY 7, 1878.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ITUT KOHMIMO (110)1 DAYI SXCaTTSD).
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EiK'it Hai of "o'-Id nonpareil constitute a qtVire.
lln ave.J adw-rtiseiaeu: w'St be r'n.ir.,-l vcoro
lag lo the space oeruple l. ft a'xiv.- mt"s-;U,Te of
lug twelve :111c of sn.id tene to uc- iucb.
To replir ,tvrt -r w.i oVr -ipe.!or Indue
Bien'f. f"':) 'o r.i!i- of charge aud n.auc r of
diplaviu lh.'li favor.
Loral oot.ee twenty cut per line rir f.t !uer
lion; ten ecu: per iiae fur emu subbi-tLtM U.-.-r
lon' . , . , .
Commnnlcatlos upon nbjcc of g"n tv. latr-.-Kt
tothe put.'ie srea'iel time aeetp.iiiile. liejccli-J
mmmi rii't w;'i not he r-ttirncl.
Letlv; and commun! -vlou bond DC addronej
"Cairo Buiictiu. Cairo, Ileuou.''
.ISO. H. OBKRLY. finf ml Vanagpr.
Thos. Xally, TCcUtor.
Only Morning' Daily iu Sunt hern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAFElt OF THE CITT AND COUNTY.
Mn Trs Tr.KA-rnrK.
EDWARD L. CKONK1.ITK, of Stopheafon.
tor rTKMSTesnrsT nr ?rti.t' ;:Tnecr:oS,
SAMUEL M. ETTEK. jf MtLe.m.
fob ainu or tus erssE rorw, soriiURX cband
JACOB 0. CHANCE, of Marion.
roB nxr.K op tub appellate toiitT, norntiinjt
...... OBAXU lilvlh.OS.
J0U5J Q. H ARMAS, of Alexander.
XIOIITEENTH CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICT JAIL FOIl A DEMOCRATIC DE1-E0 ATE CONVEN
TION TO NOMINATE A CANDIDATE FOR
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, on Tues
day, 23d day of July, 1878,
at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose
of nominating a candidate for representa
tive in tho Forty-siitU congress. Each
ounty of the district will be entitled to
the number of delegates to, and votes in,
the convention set oppctite its name below,
JackcoD 10 "
Jolmson 4 "
Mantac 4 "
Perry 7 "
Pnlankl '. 4 "
Wlllianiaoii ; 8 "
In the counties thatliave not alreaJy ap
pointed delegates the Central committees
the Democratic party will, in such man
ner and at such time as they may deter
mine, call county conventions to appoint
delegates to this convention.
By order of the Democratic Central Com
mittee of the Eighteenth Congressional dis
trict. Jso. II. Obep.ly, Chairman.
A. Polk Jones, Secretary.
A Democratic convention will be held at
Jonetboro, 111., on Tuesday, the 23d day of
July, 188, for the purpose of nominating
two candidates for Representatives in the
General Assembly for the 50th Senatorial
Basis of representation : One delegate for
each 200 votes and fraction over 100 votes
cast forTilden in 1870. The counties will
be entitled to delegates as follows:
Alexander , 6
W. II. Morris
V. A. Lemma,
Vi C. MoItELAXD,
Mr. IIartzull is making a quiet canvass
Tue Fourth tore off many a ribbon,
was a day of much drunkenness.
Dick Dawson, who was
Tbomastown, Georgia, on Friday last, for
the murder of his brother-in-law, went
thrinking and crying into eternity.
"The fact is." suys the Argus-Journal,
"the Colonel Lower)' excels as an orator
and is appreciated wherever he goes." The
fact is, the Argus-Journal expresses our
opinion of Col. Lowery.
Mu. Hknky B. Funk, editor of the
Montieello Bulletin, publMie iu the last
issue of his paper, a picture of himself.
Ha a good-looking man, and is hu ener
getic newspaper man.
Gen. Jons A. Looan delivered an ora
tion on the Fourth at Aledo, M,.rw.r ,.oun.
ty. A currtupoud.-nt of the Chieatro Even-
3ng Jouraal suys "the .peech was grand and
-was received with applause-."
Fivx partis of astronomers from the
Inltcd States Naval Observatory will short
Jy leave Washington for different m!i,. t..r
ihe observation of the totiil eclipse of the
sun on the 29th int;.at. Tlio parUcg aro
utitlor the eKrrcti"n of rrofeMOM New
comb, Harness, Eastman, Holdcu ami
Cincinnati will enjoy, if it cun, a "Na
tional Narrow Guago Railway Convention"
on the 17th inst. There wi! ;, it is said, be a
discussion of i-vciyt.i'.ng relative tothe con
s', ruction ami operation of naivow-gjage
linos, and 11 comparison with the standard
guago lines in economy uud practical effi
ciency. St.cxi.ev, the African explorer, is a lover
of the cup that cheers but don't inebriate,
and never drinks nnythirg stronger. Ho
ii also fond of brightly iiued flower mid
when he works is surrounded by artificial
ones. Ilia room is always in a state of
disorder and no brush is ever permitted to
remove tlio diist.
Mh. M)Oi)V, of Shr.viv..-lown, assures
tbe public tiiroitgh 'iie ("'.urn'a of t'.iu
Reeord, that Mr. Edwa;dsaJjo'..f Sitawnw
town, never drew a trick on hi in. Mr.
Hudln.;. a'so ot Siiawnevtown.
Mftfers. Edwaju t;ud Moody -.Iw 1
t'.ic l.U'.er"8 stateuieut. Mr. Han
Mr. C. D. Ho:i.e of Greenvii!.',
making a galmt tfvJi for the Pcuiocraiic
iicmisntion for Coogrm b the 8'.x..-'-tttli
District. Mr. Iloil. i was a memT of the
Twi'nv-E: .;':i:h General A-v mb;y, and wa-
recognized as one of the mot sagac'ous
Deuiocr.ts oa the floor of the lints.?, lie
lias an entiitniastic following ; ar.d, ii nomi
nated, will m:.ke a vigorous iigiit and win
a glorious victor)-.
Dh. S. L. Cheaxey, of Saline county, lias
been nominated by the Democrats of the
Senatorial distr'ct composed of Franklin,
WiHiamiii', St'.ine and Ga'.'.u'.j, for t!ie
office cfS:a:a senator. We have had the
pleasure of ii.ee':rg the doctor, and we have
no dcubt he is In every way worthy the
hc-.cr that has been conferred upon hira.
He will be elected, and will take a high
position in the Senate.
If Gov. Cuilom wishes to put in Judge
Breese's place on the Supreme Bench the
lawyer who will be called to it by the
people in June next, he will appoint Judge
John II. Mulkey, of this city. If, however,
he would prefer a Republican, he may find
in Judge David J. Baker, one of the
Appellate Judges of this district, a learned
lawyer and a man of integrity. He would
be an honor to the Supreme Bench.
A late New York World gives an inter
esting historical review of the speakers of
speaker, James K. Polk, ever became presi
dent. Two, John Bell and Henry Clay,
received nominations. Henry Clay occu
pied the chair longer than any of them, and
it is asserted was the ablest speaker that
ever presided. John W. Jones, of Virginia,
enjoys the reputation of being the weakest
man that ever held the place. Speaker
Randall is the twenty-eighth in succession.
Two women, who have made home fur
nishing a business for year?, have aa ex
hibit of a farnfched room at the P.iris Ex
position, which lias excited universal com
ment as a model of purity and refinement
of taste in all its details. The women, the
Garrett sister? of London, studied house
decorating as an art in order to follow it as
a business. They went into the shops of the
cabinet-makers and learned their trade in
all its details, and their perseverance and
industry have been followed by great
TnE Fourth was celebrated at Hoops
ton, Vermillion county, with much spirit.
The audience that listened to Gov. Cuilom
was estimated at 8,000; and the oration
made by the governor was, in the language
of a newspaper correspondent, ua patriotic
address to the people, and an eloquent dis
sertation on matters national, and an inter
esting statement of historical elata of the
past one hundred years of tlio State."
Addresses were also made by Messrs. Jo
seph JJ. Cannon, member of Congress, and
W. R. Jewell, editor of the Danville News.
We learn from our exchanges that the
first number of the Pope Conuty Demo
crat, published by Theilecke Bros, rind ed
ited by Phil V. Field, has m ule its appear
ance. We have not yet had the pleasure of
seeing the Democrat; our copy was proba
bly miscarried; but we are sure it is a good
Democratic and readable paper. The
Theilecke Bros, ore reliable young men,
and will labor with great industry to make
their paper popul with the people of
Pope county. Mr. Field, tha' editor, is a
good writer and will make the Democrat n
sterling organ of tho party it represents.
We wish the Democrat success.
The Radical Republican, a paper that
does not delight v.s with its presence in
our SHuetum, objects to our assertion that
the Republican leaders did not, in. lafll,
desire the perpetuity of the Union, and that
Mr. Lincoln's administration, nfter the
secession of a number of States, determined
nnt to resort to coert. on, nnu i.eci&rea its
acceptance of (he cord'tiiil do,;;ma of tho
Sfvesdoitbts. The Radical Republican is
ignorant of the history of tho gt:t civil war
orehie it would not deny our nwri'em iu
reference to 1liis matter. We reiterate il,
r.tid assure the Radii id Republican that in
i:s ignorance it should not continue to deny
Mu. Steves, a dissipaleM young man,
married a ehiid-wi.'e Mamie a sprightly,
Inconstant and not very pure pretty girl.
She was frivolous and insisted upon being
guilty of indiscreet conduct. lie, on li!3
part, was Inula!, inconstant and jealous.
The result was a bullet siu.t from ti pistol
by Mr, Stevens lodged iu the head of Mrs.
Stovers, and a1 a consequence .lie died on
Thuisdiiy last at C'ii!ca:;o. Tlio peoples are
ini'Jni.nt; but Mr. SuveP.H tuhca m.t'.ior
very coo1'.)- in his re.1!, llo says: "It is
too bad." Another noose; another
man dropping through u trapdoor; another
thud; another body swinging between heav
en and c.v.lh; and good-bye to Mr. Stevens.
No man ought o be lii'ng; but es for
Stevens wcl', he h not a iua.i,hs is a mon
ster; rnd ft little hanging might do bin
suite good. j
Onigood neighbor, of hi A:'15-J: urna1,
?s toosfnsi'.v?. It de-ireu 'lie execution
of the (!.:n:h pMal'y upon Buiklow, and
said so in an nfie:e i nli'.led "Sympathy for
Biiik'.ow." We said: "The A:gu--Journl
insists, as gently as p-LV-ibl--, liitit the slayjr
of Wagoner sii" '.:.ng." Whereupon t$;
Argus-Jou;r.:i!, w:th uv-:i sr-fr of vcu
and vigor of word-, eh-clarcs that this as
sertion was tuwarrnn'.ed, and that is
article which cohl-watered ihe jyti
pathy felt" fr B'irklow was not iuteul
ed as aa inrliii-r.ee to induce Gov. Culhii
to not permit the miserable wretch to e
c:.pe the gallows. Very we'd. We accent
this explanation as satisfactory. The -V-gus-Joumal
did not wish to influence tie
governor against cni.niutat:o:i, but it wis
anxious to have the sentence oflhejohl
son county circuit court executed it wail
ed Eurklow to be hanged, and it took p
casion Jo say this at a time when a srrojg
effort was being made to save his ue-ckf-it
cold-watered the movement for mercy;
but it didn't desire to influence the govir
nor. Exactly. But after all, is not this the
difference betwixt tweedie-dum and
Good-ly to Eurklow! Tie hangmin
did his duty well. But after ail, how
much good was done by this man's violent
and igneiminious death? In our opinion
none. It is a maxim of the law that it is
w. tw ninetv-nine t'uiltv men shoti
escape than teat one uinoceni man shcum
suffer. But Eurklow was cot iruvxeut
Granted. He was a bad initn, and had
killed a fellow being. Granted. He de
served punishment. Gnntc J, again. But,
mark you. Even a guilty man a man
generally believed to be guilty should
have a fair trial. Did Burklow have such
a trial? He had no counsel to advise with.
The court appointed lawyers to defend him
when he appeared in court to unMur to the
indictment charging him with the murder
of Wagoner, and without preparation he
was forced to i trial. On the other side
was the State's Attorney, assisted by Mr.
Ilarker, who had been employed by some
body to prosecute the prisoner. Unprepared,
Burklow was forced into trial before a jury
lacking intelligence, and with a well pre
pared prosecution opposed to him. His
witnesses could not be obtained. The wit
nesses for the State were all present, w.-ll-drilled.
Of course Burklow was found
guilty. He was sentenced to bo hung 1 ist
January. His lawyers presented the as
to the Supreme Court and asked for a sup-r-cedeas.
It was granted. The hang'ng
was postponed. Then his lawyers aban
doned him. They did not appear before
the Supreme Court they Iiel not even
file a brief. Of course the Su
preme Court decided that Burk'.ow
must hang. The court's attention
had not been called to any errors
in the record. The court, desiring to be a
little dramatic, fixed the 5th inst., the an
niversary of the killing of Wagoner, as
the day of execution. This was done only
aliout three or four weeks ago, Then it
was said Burklow said so and others said
so that Buiklow could prove that he hid
not acted in cold-blood that Wag
oner had threatened to kill him
that, even in the mill, just before
his death, Wugoner had advanced upon
Burklow with a huge club, etc;. If tliis
could have been established, the gallows
would have been too much of a punishment
for Buiklow. We were anxious to ascer
tain the truth of these claims. We there
fore urged a commutation of tlio sentence,
an1, that failing a respite. But our effort
failed, aud Burklow is where he can neither
harm nor be harmed. Wo do not regret
our efforts in his behalf. We do regret that
they wore futile. So, at least for the pres
ent, ring down the turtain.
Tin fiuit cans at A. Halley's, both whole
sale aud retail, t bottom prices.
GREENBACK DEMONSTRATION I.N MASSACnt'
HLTT4 OEN. ltl.Ti.ER be)LTil)S A NOTE OF
NfiWRi'RVPoiiTj Mass., July 5. The
demonstration of Oreenbtickera hero, yes
tcrday, w.is attended by fully 2,000 per
sons, and was vey enthusiastic. Gen. R.
F. Butler delivered the principal address.
Ho reviewed, at length, the history of con
tinental mouey h tuis country, tracing the
causes of its dtxdino in valiio.
He repudiated the inflationists, and stud
of tho opponent-, of the Greenback party:
The)- are willing to sell nil the liouds and
subsidize all the railroads, and do every
thing else that can bo elnno with the money
obtained on the interest beiuiii:; bonds of
the United Suites. My prop. -sit ion is that
wc should issue $100,0-X',000ia non-interest
bearing bom In, to settle the unemployed
laboring Eieu upon tin; public, lands. iGreut
I)cfui!er' tho Givenbackcr, he said: If
you find a man in a c ui.iuutiity tliat goes
for the good of all the nation, us ag.'.inst u
few, that man u a Greei.biu ker. Jf you
rind a turn that wants just legislation and,
goes for the interest of the workinginan and
of libor, that man is a Gioenbacker.
Referring to die laljor troubles, Gen.
Butler s iil: Strikes are below tho dignity
of American workmen. Our remedy
is tho ballot. . Communism is a
word of reproac h, applied to workmen who
see wroijes la the existing affairs, and be
lieve in remedying them, as tue Abolitionist
v..a a woid of repioach hurled at the men
wliO struck fit I'rcouom in tho curlier ilny.s
of this g..-n. iittion. Tho game men who
ca.. iu the riiornion ot other days n.io.i-
ti'..t.:sts, are to-day culiir.g tho r-lbrnicrs
Communists. Eveiy man should be an
iiidu jti 'ous laborer, tin- rich us well as tint
poor. There ii a New York club ca'.'ed
the "Tul'yh'i" club, and all they can find
to do is to play coachman, day by day, for
the-fun of the thing. If I had mv way, if
I had power in the e itv of New York us I
once h.il fora short time, I would put that
class of men to doing exactly what they
have shown themselves lit tor driving
Broadway omnibuses from 0 u.m. to U p in.
Lady Darker recommends airy bed
rooms for children. She says : "The fond
est and fj-sbt parents d, not always
understand that on the most careful atten
tiou and simple rules depend tho straight
ness of childa-n's spines, the strength of
their limbs, their fre-edom from coughs and
colds, and, in fact, their general health.
But few consider that half of a young
child's life should be spent in lied. So
that unless the atmosphere of the room
they sleep in, the quality of the bed they
lie on, and tho texture of the clothes which
cover them are taken into consideration, it
is only half their existence wluch is luring
It is the confession of a widower, who
has ken thrice married, that the first wife
cures a man's romance, the second tenches
him humility, and the third makes him a
"White-souled Elinlieth" hu Wen ex
pelled from fellowship with the Plymouth
Church saints for telling the truth had
she stuck to her manifold lies she would
Having destroyed Judge Key's popu
larity in his own State by making him
member of the "fraudulent" cabinet, Mr.
Hayes hopes to do the same for Mr. Groeg
lie k by appointing him a member of the
International Silver Commission.
THE BETORT GAS STOVE
THE NEW PERFECT-
Tb'- Chepoi.t form of Hnmmi-rCooklni; In Tue
World. Will 0 tb entire I mV.y tonklni without
heutlni; Ihe huwm or the pe r-"on oh!i:k It, In half tlio
time and at t;i!f the coft of conl, wooil or ol!.
Perfectly O'lor!i't.. Came work an other ftuvea
(rjaraiiteed to be acinulty duns lih one-third lima
FOR SALE BY
II. G. GKHOULU,
193 Commercial Ave., CAIIIO, ILL.
LO HI I.I. A UP TOBACCO.
NOTICE TO CONSmiERS
The ureM r-lehrlty of onr TIN TAG TOBACCO
liaa raiiin-d tnuiiy Imltiitlnni thereof to bw placed ot
the market. We tliefforo ciiutlon all chewera
aKulunt pun huelliK Kileh ltnltutti)lia.
All dealera hnyltiior felllnjt other plim tharci
bearlnna hard nr metallic liihel, render thenmnlvi-a
lluMe to the penally of tho law, and all persona vlo
lntlnif our trailu m.irka oro puu'fhalilu by flue and
linprlniutnent. Sue net of Conirr ea, Auk. 14, lSTfl.l
The nenulnv I.ORHILAIU) TIN TAG TOBACCO
run he rtlilni:iilflie(t by a TIN TA(l on each lump
with the word LOlflULAKD rtamped thereon.
Over 7,nN iouk tobacco aold tn UK" and nearly
Z (W permum employed In fucturlea.
Tatea paid Covernmcnl In 1H77, abont 3,500,0O0,
and during pnxt 1) yean, ovur $'Jl,(ino,o. ,.
Theio goodi sold by all Jabbers at manufacturer'
im TVS TAO SMOKING TOBACCO II
"accond to Bono'' la aroma, tnlldneii, purity and
The Cairo Eox and Basket Co.
Flooring, Siding. I-.ath.Kto
Al the Try tpvrnl rilte n.
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs ou Hand,
We are prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On the short"u;ii oiiec,
srEi'Ut.TV iii:ili! o'STK.lMViATM'MRF I!.
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AOTiCE TO TAXPAYERS.
T'.e ;i"i".K!'.e-M bttitka cor.tAinlcK the a.i i.iei!, tit
f.r 'b' )--nr ti-;..'ij rc'.Mr'j.-.l o my uBli.e.
Tie- H'r r" -)fe .jUIii J I iVi,n -.-)!:y-(i , i u,i,.( ,)u
V-ni.'.jy. An:; Sr., t-j e Kad h u.- n',-.-ti.it:
e-.i-ii'-.-i.'w t'i a. uit: A'i partie lutun-.-tcd
will jj-v-.-ri. (i'-uiH-iv-,. aie.iMiiifjr.
hiULfL J. Hi xji. Ci.n.M ".-rk.
Ji lt 1. IjTS.
rno THE VOTERS OF ALEXANDER
Wiiekemi. Tli inn:y tVi-.M of A!i-nt.iler eonn
tr tm.e , ie .r 11 . v.i,-r- - j ofnl ..ha' j,-e uf Ihe
eUri.iiu r eiui ta -.o:, nrtie fcuv-
!nc At. f J..-U- r. or p n ' i .:i'"r u rr.-mA In
ttiu uiii n. u-Tchv rvq;e J to tile tiiu fame by
the dvpteutH-r f-.-'i.'ic of m' t - M
AMl' EL J. 111 .'.'. M. '.'onnty t'l'-rk.
gl'ECTAL ELECTION NOTICE.
In purnanr of an npierof the CoeiutT R.iard of
Alexander co'iuty. Iu taU)of ri'mili-, a.fopu-d June
pMvldini; for 'lie ho rim; of a w-.l el.-c-t
! u . an-1 fUlimiMlon of 'f.e irim-iun of IjIjk
boii.ii. utuler lh- act named ,u in-1 order. iml.lU- m
tire f herohy (iven Ibil a aplal election be
TL BSDAY, JULY TUB 9TH, I87S.
in the iM-vi-ril pwlncti" lo ald county, a followi.
touil: A I tho li'job A Hcaoy eni-iae hon.n. In the
South Cairo pr lnct; al ' he courl noiife.in the North
C airn pr.-eis.ct : at the ih Ijoo: Loi:e. In the bog Tooth
precinct : at the tnrc huue of O. lireenl.e, in the
tiooce Ulind preclnc' ; at lhneorvnieiix.'uf A II. Ire
lnud, In the Santa Fepreciuci . ; ihe note houe of
B. V. Urown i hro., hi ihe Tfa.:be priitnct: a', the
Cotn'sr ochnol boat. Id tie iear i'r-:ek prxlmt;
m).'i.pUIiipcjc u?sm.iviJIr'.,'..ia u.ii."i-wow
In the town of tandoky, la lh l aity ;ir.:!act. for
ihe imrpoae of Tuilne upon the oiruoii of '.he imo
ance of new houdu by uiJ co'in'.. umVr the a"t of
the lt-i;tiuture of nate. etiti'! .-il ' An art rviiat
liiit to ronnty and i-itr dtbf, and to pruvMc fur the
payment thireofhy taxatl.in. Iu ':ca cuautiea aud
citlea. approved Kchrnnry 1.V.U, 1?5. and 10 aim-vl
Oi title Un-PMif." approved and in fon-s April Z,
KH. and i"ell a aid new hotel to re.-e money to pur
chase or retire oitiitandlni.- bond-, of a'd county, a
fjclt!'-.l in ai l ord'-r. wlilcli new boi:d mall'cou
irt of two bundn-d ami t;ii buti.l. nunjln-red 1 to
Sio. of the denomination of t.-'"1 n"h: r.na , hun
dred nd tlf'y bond,', numln-red -VII to S-o. ot ihe de
nomination of t ea. h. ir.tkirz a tnt.il ol th-ee
hnndr-iland elxty boodn, nf ti.e aitim-irve dinouui
of fll'.'.Vo. heina aNi'ilJO n-.-r centum if the ur.i
tot ill of ail the o:itMn.d!ii: I iu'.t prnpr-.l to t re-Hr-d.
all of ld n- w !io!;J- to Lear mi:,- July l.l-'s.
and draw inter. i i Uje rain .t p. r cent per an
num from da:- ut.i.l im1:!. b-ith prl:.c :'..i it;.! inter
est to Iw parable at the KO"' Nuibma ba-.k of.N.-w
York, iu thec:ty and "ta e ol New Yolk, ill m-iril-aru.U'il
liitl!ni.-!ii. on the nrt duv of Jaiioarv
and July of each y :ar. after (Mr of a!d bouda. and
running through a p-rl.l of nlu'-u-en and a hu..'
Klitlit aeml nnuttftl luKta'ltnunt" of 3 per 'eM of
the face of "iiid biiud" for uu l d,:ri;' the r-t lo ir
j-e!ir:au -.(junl ,-iiil antjiinl 'ital'oneL'a of 5 lr
cut of the face of "aid bond i'or and !t::lni tue
next (Ift.-eti ve-ir: afet one tln.el lnl.ii!m-:ii of the
r'nmlnil. r of principal and l.'-.en-i of a'd Ihhi.U.
and payable only upou .rei-ni..lior and furri-nd-r
of ji' h coupons: and na.'i boiiiln lo Iw ai.o urr-.-ii
defed and illr'-l nre'ed upon lue paymvut ot mid
oupon for finul lii'taltiuente
1 he proceed of ..!e of hl h -jld 911SVX) U'-w
bond-to be eTrierded under :hv d'ctl.ni of i L-)
prop.-r autnorit.eii ofald coun'y, .
retirlfif of each ar.d ail of id o:
and fir no o-her teirp'i-e wha'ev'.
upecla! clei Hon there will be iM:,'
voter" of mid county, the aiil qr
the nuld m-w bond, tindor t:m m
end In fore April C7, K.7, In riui.i
for the tiurno-c afore'rid : all br'
o.e irirclms"! or
i U'li'.ir-i bonda,
At wl.-h said
' ml to tje li'nal
' 't'en of Im-ioii;
id act a;iprov.;l
r and : tu and
cast at slll'l
apenal e'i tion lu favor of the "aid nui-s-.lon nubinlt-
ted aa loreaid, "hall read, ' Kor luluu tue
bond"," and all halloU cast .leilp't culd om-etlon
Hiail read. "Ai.'H'rit !sninMie bondi.." Poll at
nl'l -Utct Inn will hu open at the hour of h o'clock
lu the mornlnii of i-lif ilav of i Ii 'Hon and continue
open until the hour of 7 o'clock lu Ihe b.'lemoon of
the finie day, when they wiM be closed.
HAM I' I, J. nCMM.
County Cb rk of nid Alexunder County, Ills.
C.Mtio, Ills jjiines, t7w,
:i v brirvuT i.''
BITTER WINE OF IRON.
,h" irreat tnrreaa and dellclil of tha peotili". In
1 fuel, iiolhiini like It has ever bi-nn offe.ed the
Aiiiericdn people which ni so filuniy fiml.il its wr
Into their i'lod favor and h-.arty approval a K. V.
pose, aud thus Rlvea universal iatlliictlon. ilia
Kiiarnnteed to euro the worst ease of dyspepsia or
indlifestlon, kldut-f or liver diseases, weakness,
tiervuuatiesa, couslipntlon, acidity of the stomach,
AC. (jt the geunlun. Only "ohf !n J1.IJO bottle,
lb-pot and offli-e, ft'id North Ninth Htreet, Phllndei.
plilu. Ask for Kuuklu a and take soother, bold by
Dysyppsia! Dyspciwla! Dyspepsia 1
E. P. Kankitl'a Hitter Wins of Iron l a "ure cure
for thla dlaesae. Il ha been prescribed daily for
many year In the, jirartlce of eminent phvsli luua
with till paralleled ailcees. SvtnpUitus uro' lna
appetite, wind and rlslui; of food, dryness lu mouth,
headiicbu. dl..Inu", slue.peneH und low spirit.
ct the itetiulne. Not aold III bulk, only In $1 bot
tle, hold hy all dniKel. A-k for U. r. Kuuklo'a
Hitler Wlno of Inin, aud take no other. $1 pur hot
tie, or d for six hollies. All I ask 1 a trial of ibis
valuable, medicine.. A trial will convince you at
WORMS! WORMS! WORMS!
E. F. Ktinklu'a Worm Hyr"i never fnlla to reinnva
all kind of Worm, heat, pin aud atomach worma
am readily removed by Kunklu'a worm Syrup. Dr,
Kunkls I tho only ticcrrul physlcliin that can re
niovo tape worm lu from two to four hour. Ho nai
no feu until head aud all pnsse alive and tn thla
pace of time. Connion sense teaches If tape worm
can he removed all other worm can bo Tendlly ru
moved. Ask your dnmUt for a bottle of K'liikel'n
Worm Syrup. I'rUiu $1 or hotilo. It never fail
or "end lo V doctor for circular. No. e."9 North
Ninth street, l'hlltid.t!plila, Pa. Advice free.
men, lo ol vitality, premature weakaema, enerva
tion of uilint and body, disorder of Ilia bralu aud
nervona ayalem. aud mlerlaa resulting therefrom,
Pedlly cured by BA'l'KH' fciPECIKIC, PropHred
by an eminent phyalclarj : $3 a cai. t for $H: aold b
drn'lst. For circular with full particulars, aa
irm DR, J3ATKS, IMS uuu wct, Chicago, Id,
Eighth Srr.ictt, f'n loir's Building)
IMI'Lnys on'- flot i-Idm u-.irkn.en, and entleuv
si o: t j i". of! to .ill iiiio:".,i. .r'-iiiinent,
lidOT AND SllfiK MAKKR8.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Co'nm r- il Avenna. tn-t. I
Mill) an. I St Vi-mti ts.
rPAKF t-'.-nr.- 'n o'tinen-'ru'o Ms palMn snd
' ' -k:'.i-' ..r i v-ry
1 '""' i-.. A.' v ork in
: ii-- ,.. 'i.. I ,-o i,,,it ,
t- ..- - .: ii ,, - ii I,,, i-.i,-,.. ,',Vi
1 ',' ; ' ''' - vo-,dcd to ail u
PVKI.Vi; AND RKMJVAHXi;.
youn OLD CLOTHES
CAN KIS StALTin LLT
DYMD Oil HKPAIltKD
At a Trltllnj: Epi n..e-(.'. O. D,
CHAS. SHELLEY. ) EIGHTH ST.
tiT !." Cico'l' !. Illl.de- uuvt.
NKW VOItK W.KKV IlKHALK.
'EW YORK WEEKLY HERALD.
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
' I .: !'. low I,-.- 1.M ... . . ,,. (I,,.' ,.'.',;,
Hira.d..udlw.-.l.p-e !-.-.. . ..i-ouen,.. Ii,
mi.-are pi-t:: i-.-pk -1- t.,.n , tT-r, .,(
il; '.clL.r tl tn ,-:,;. jt,,iiu .ml
.e.. . ei 'I..-, s of the (jrcat v, i. ,n Kuroiie. la
uvr lue u .-iia ol
jr s'veo th?Tr;. c-s...h:c re p-.--r' f ti e wcrk
l'uil,".i J.ji'.a ol ihe IV.ol. 'l.!ft t-,tv alute
TIIK Wt'KKLY I1EHAI.I).
Iheriost va'.aabl'? t,ape; ir. the. world, at Ilia
fcver wk I' irlveu a faitlifu' r.-t ort of
cmtM-aeir.i! cempieie a-id roaiprelesilve du,trba
;-'D, ve i, ,h. 'ariuc.i.. : ripoita nf ine
je -(! s ol enouunt pol.i.eit; oa !hi:i untlunt of
THE FARM DEPARTMENT
of the We
f the We-k' - Herald !v. .t;: i.,-f. M vr M
lost ;.rv. a, fiji.,-.-s .-,. ar.. : .vtrlr r-iatil.(
t') til" (luutf o. tt:- f-oi r. :.u., f.,p fsisi,,.. t .,e
I'i!tr. ..;.:. Tire, V(Ttalilrs. tf... He. w.th
njrsi,ti .or k";,:i?UiUi:-,-v and farming titer
i' -n re.r. Y!i.t .4 snp.r'n. toted bv a cil
edited deparunen;, -A::c!y (upicd, nr.der iht bead
irlvlr.i rec Ipea for pricti-a! dUhea, lilr.'" for making
clothing an l fr .-puj up vvl-.b tht .airsi i.tina
at i.-ie iowesi pr.'e l.aiicra fn ir, our Harn aud
London ror-espunuiuU or. hie wtj iaUs, l,.ou
Tha lloiuely-partDient of ihe Weekly Herald wl;l
save tae hoi, 'eli' loro than cue hundred limn
the pr.ee of the paper,
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
There I a p'.je devoted to all the lateal phaaoa
nf tiie hus't'f markei. C r ip, MertocDdlrc ic ,
K valu-ii le feature ' ( -ir.d In the "peclally
reporbed p." an :. ! cnidltloLa of
THE PRo'dUCE MARKET,
While al' the Tew from the !t Cretothe D!a
envery of St.:t.!r.i t-i to be fo: i d in the W ksklt
UliwU), due a,'et..,nu la ived to
at boms and atmad, toKihcr with a Stout ev,- a
week. aStasns by sotnu ernit-rt diTtne. Literary,
Mu.i-hi. I)rama:ic, fersnnaUnibea Note Thefa
l in pi.p, r ij I'.e world -nM-j eonuiaa a Dittrlj
news nn.i u ererr week aa the '.tu.r Hxjt.i.n.
which is seiw. 'istk-c .'r.-e, for One Dollar Vwa
ma "u'.'Sct.oe, aay t:a.
THE NEW YORK IIE1LILD
In a weekly fonu.
C'N'K DOLLAR A YEAR.
Paper ptibllsfjlDR th'. proecti without beine
aetborued lot oecvr y rcceire aneieUate,
NEW YORK HERALD,
Broadway & Ann St., New York.
)IUCE TEN CENTS.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTEENTH EDITION
t'o-jtmtiir.u- aiolnplete ' M ofa'.l Ihe towns !u
fluted S'a'.c the Terr'.tor.ea and the Dominion of
e aiiA la. h'wi-i a pojeii.itloti i.'-,.Her than 5 ac
ciriiifst to thi iastcewn-.tiiijciiiir lth the name
Ol trie uew.pajiera ha.ii:j the lariil loca. cir-u!ii-Hon
In cof li of ilicp'.-ic " najied. Alfo. acatabitfiio
of newspaper which arc recommended to advertsera
a Kivo.ij wreauat value Id proiMir'Inn to price
ehattrrd.' Also, ail n wpapvre In the l ult' d htar.-s
aud Canada pr.nlinii over S.l'Ocoples each issue.
Also, all trie Rel'.irletis. Airrlctiltnral. Sclenilrlc and
Mecnat lcul. M,ikai, Masonic, Juvenile. Education
al. Commercial, Insurance, liiai Estate, Liw.
hpor'.inK, Musical. Uathloa, and other speclu'. clu-e
jotin-sla; verv complete llta. Also, many table
of rate, ahovt'lnij the cot of advertising iu varion
iicwmaper, aril everything whPb a U-i;itiuer iu
advertV.tiK would like lo know. Address (,EJ. I'.
KOWELL & CO.. lOHprucc tetreel, New York.
Avarittl AAr prlM at rratentilal r.ii"'"
m v --'V ant twortiif. Tli ossl lo!
f at Cratmnlal EapnalUon for
S fl-.Q SMIVW f"-
Al oar bin nrip traaVnurk la (IomV
loflrlor trsHjl. .M thai J rim't M U
Imitated on loflrlor tnodi. .m thai Jarlmm'i
on eviry plof. Solil t'j all dealsn. Fsnd rnr I
mrv Otoe. HoM bv all demlsn. nd for lamDW
In, lo C. A. .'ACXJna t Co.. Mfra., Peuribmi, r
VI K VO Beautiful Concert Grand HPfi V Y
1 IAiU piano, cost $l.iKa), only tMUTiUl
fl-A Superb Hrund Square Pianos, cot $1,100. only
tin. Klck'nut I'prklit l'lano. com '. only 1.V.
Newatvlo Vprlfht l'lano $11-J..V). Oriian. $:tr. Or
(tana i stops. $T'.,..1ri. Church Ore-ins. 1 ' i atop, cost
:i'.iO. only g!l5. Elegant J.r.5 Mirror Top Organ
only Jlni. Tremeudiui lacrlllcu to close out pree
etit Mock. New Mleam Factory anon to be erected.
Newspaper with much Information about cost of
Pianos and Oro-nn. Sent Free. I'leaae addrea
Daniki. F. Bkattt. Wahlin;tou. N. J.
A"? A DAY to Aeenta canvaflti(r for tho FiBKatDK
oViMTnn. Term and out dt treo. Addrt-i), P
V O. VK KEHY. Augusta, .Maine.
JfO ADVERTISING AGENT
can Insert an adveetletnenl In our llt of twcnty-lx
atandurd weeklle at ten dollar a lino without lo
liiK money. Those advertiser who want to obtain
the liest and largest circulation possible without
exiiendlnir more than from t') to 81oo should ad
dreaaf.EU. P. ROWELL i CO., 10 Spruce Bt.,
NO CURE NO FEE ! Jft ,f
Iioapltal, 1S7 East Wahlm!ton atreel, Chicago, for
the euro of all private, chroulc and special dl"eaai.
Krminal wtAKNia. KRHvin a MuiLiTT and uwr
MANHocn. pcrmunently cured. Dr. o. I a graduato
of the Reform (School, aud use no tie'rcury; ba tlio
largest practice tn tho United State, i.aiuk" ro
qulrlnff treatment, with home and board, eull r
write. Every convenience for tint let. Hend (Ifly
centaforMAHRIACiB Ul'IDRtO pagea llluatrat
ed. Married ladlea and geuilemeti n-nd nity cents
for :imple of rubber good and circular of import
ant Information by eiprei. Conultiiilon free aud
ooDlltieutial , Reliable Female l'liii J5 box-