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OFFICIAL PAPER 0? ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Largest Circulation ot any Daily in
K. A. Burnett, Publisher.
M.B. Harrell. Editor.
The new road law that will go into oper
ation on the first of July, requires ot each
male citizen, between fixed ages, to labor
two dayg on the roads, or pay commutation
money at the rate of 75 cents yer day. This
is a Northern Illinois measure,and will work
great injury to Southern Illinois.
Mount Aetna is pouring out great
streams of lava, and hoistiug ashes and fire
all over the surrounding country. Pied
mont has been enveloped in complete dark
ncss for several days, and the utmost con
sternation prevails among the people, who
are in constant dread of a great disaster.
The famous Lorillard horse ''Parole," has
contested with English horses six times, for
prizes, and five of the prizes he captured
with ease. Johnny Bull is disposed to in
sist that the "Hamerican 'orse hort to be
ruled hout, because he's so tarnal long-leg
ged." We are of the opinion that the brisk
ness with which Parole handles those long
leas has more to do with his success thau
the length of them.
The New York Sun says: "After the
Grant boom, the Sherman boom and all
the other booms have boomed themselves
out, the people will do a little booming on
their own account at the ballot boxes. That
is the kind of a boom that counts in this
country, at least, that used to count before
the era of bayonets at the polls, returning
boards, visiting statesmen, forged electoral
-certificates and eight to seven electoral
Illinoisans will regret to receive the an
nouncement of the deatli of the Hon. E. C.
Ingersoll, formerly of Peoria, in this state,
which occurred at Washington, from apo
plexy, on Saturday last. Mr. Ingersoll was
a younger brother of Col. R. J. Ipgersoll,
born in Oneida county, N. Y. in 1831. He
came to Illinois in 1843, was admitted to
the bar in 1814, was elected to the legisla
ture in 1850, was the Republican candidate
for congress from the state-at-large in 1802,
but was defeated; in ?.864 was elected to the
Thirty-eighth congress as successor to the
Hon. Owen Lovejoy, and wus re-elected two
or three times. For several years past he
has resided in Washington.
A GRAND OLD PATRIOT GONE.
The country is called upon to inouru the
Joss of a good old man, a staunch patriot)
a Uave soldier and a life-long Democrat.
We refer to General James Shield, of Mis
souri, who died in Ottumwa, Iowa, on Sun
General (thirds was birn ii Ireland in
the year 1810, i.nd came to the United
States when a mere boy. About fifty
years ago he located in Illinois, and soon af
terwards commenced the practice of law.
He served gallantly in the Mexican war,
and upon hU ntura home was elected
to the United States Senate. At the end of
his senatorial term he re moved to the then
growing territory ot Minnesota, where, upon
the admission of the territory into the
Union at a State, he was again elec
ted aa a Democrat to the V. 8. Senate. Af-
few years residence in Minnesota he mov
ed to Missouri. On the outbreak of the
rebellion le ilecluretl for the L'uion and
W4t couimisioned Brigadier General of vol
bntucra. He rendered most gallant and
ffflcient services in Virginia, but win never
pushed into conspicuous service. Return
ing home, after the cloio of the war, be
in elected to Congrei, as a Demou nt,
Jticeiriflg a majority of ueurly four thou
sand votes. His right to take his teat was
questioned by his Republican competitor,
and, despite his overwhelming majority,
tho Republican House refused him bis seat
and gave it to his competitor. From that
time .until about two years ago he lived in
quiet and retirement, occasonally taking tho
stump for the national Democratic party
and never without tolling effect.
Ho was proud ' and ambitious
but very poor, and the government, for
thirteen years in tho hands of tho Republi
cans, neglected to make provision for him,
although ho was known as "tho bullet rid
den hero of two wars" incapable, because
ot his wounds to pursue his profession,
Last winter tho Missouri Legislature
elected him to tho United States Senate to
fill out tho term of Senator Bogy. Thus
he was mado "the Senator from three
States" as well as tho hero of two wars.
But the good old man has been gathered
to his fathers; and a braver heart was
never stilled truer patriot never died.
THE TRUTH FINALLY ASSERTS
Tkctu floored, will get up again. You
can't hold her down. Which we mean ter
say is exemplified in the history of the ne
gro exodub. Iu tho early stage of the
heffira Republican newspapers north, raised
tho howl that tho poor blacks were fleeing
from the knives and the 6hot-guns of the
white leaguers. It mattered nothing that
the blacks, as if moving in pursuance of an
understanding, all headed for Kansas.
Once in a while a very unscrupulous Re
publican howler would use that very fact
to illustrate the bull-dozer's heartless fe
rocity. "The negroes were not only scared
from their homes, beyond tho limits of the
south; but scared all the way to the bleak
prairies of Kansas where, as the Southern
white fiends very well knew, they would
finally freeze to death, if they failed, In the
meantime, to starve to death." And now that
time has given the truth a chance to
assert itsclt, it appear that five-sixths of all
the colored immigrants came from those
parishes in the South where the negroes
are omnipotent; where all the offices from
sheriff to constable are filled by negroes
and where the white men are utterly pow
erless. As to this fact Southern Democrats
and Repnblicans fully agree. Two-thirds
of all the negroes from Mississippi came
from one parish which contains less than 400
white voters, and over 2400 colored men,
and the same is true of the negroes who
left Louisana. To say that, with the courts
and every department of local and par
ish government in the hands of the blacks
every white man is an object of terror to
seven negroes, is to put the negroes upon a
plane that they themselves, indignantly re
fuse to occupy. And so the bull-dozing lie
topples and falls of tho weight of its own
absurdity. But the rents arc enormous !
There is some truth in this;
but if the negroes ever find
laud owneis who will not take all the rcn'nl
they can get they will have to pass beyond
the limits of the North. The white planter
furnishes ground, dwelling house, horses,
agricultural implements, seeds, etc., and
gives the negro renter half the crop. ' Or, if
the negro furnishes his own mules, seeds
and implements he is given from twu
thirds to three-fourths of the crop; or, if
the negro chooses, he may pay a cash rental
of from five to ten dollars the rental us
above stated, always covering the use of a
dwelling house, garden patch, and all the
fire wood required, free of charge. Now
where, iu the United States, are renters
given better terms? In Ohio, where the
land grows nothing but corn and wheat,
the rental is from ten to twelve dollars
per acre and nothing furnished. In Indi
ana and Illinois and all the western states,
the best terms given, are identically those
ofthelsouth, less the free use of a house
and the free supply of fire-wood, which form
a most important item. Hence it appears
that Southerners are held as tyrants
and heartless uppressors of the poor blacks,
because they deal with them on terms not
quite as illiberal as thce that shape the
dealings of the Northern land-owner with
the poor whites. It is undeniable that
Southern cross roads store-keepers charge
villainous prices for their goods; but they
soil them to improvident negroes on credit,
and nine out of every ten ot them finally
develop into "busted up merchants" utter
bankrupts. The fog of falsehood having
thus been blown aside, the state of affairs
we have described .has been dis
closed. It stands out, clear as the
light of day, that the widely circulated and
oft repeated assertion that the Kansas im
migrants were bull-dozed out of the South,
is a Republican lie. It further turns out
that the negroes were beguiled to Kansas
by tho hopo of free land, government
mules and a life of plenty and further still,
that the deluded creatures who reached
Kansas, or tho great majority of them, bit
terly curse tho day they loft the South, and
will, before the winter is over, find their
way back to their old homes again.
Qi eii?. Why will men sinoKe common
tobm co when they cun buy Marburg Bio's
' Seal of North Carolina" at the same price I
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
THEBES ITEMS. ,
Wo had quito a nico picnic, on Thursday,
in a lovely grovo about a half milo from
licro. Croquet, swinging, etc., wcro tho or
dcr of tho day. To add to the plensuro of
tho occasion, 3Irs. Captain Carter, of St.
Louis, agreeably surprised us by making
ono of our number. It seemed like old times
to have her with us again.
Lawyer Brccso and wife nro visiting re
lations here. Mrs. Brecso has been quite
A blacksmith hus moved to Thebes from
Mrs. Taylor, county superintendent of
schools, expects to hold a teachers' institute
here which will begin on tho 7th of July,
and continue, wo think, ono month. All
country teachers who desire to remove the
rust from their once bright intellects, had
better attend this institute, as they may not
be favored with as good an opportunity
again for some time.
Judge Fisher was in town, this week, us
ing his influence for the Republican candi
dates forjudges. Mr. Leek and Mr. Hen
dricks were also here, working for the clec
tion ot the candidates of the Democratic
A Sabbath school was organized at
Brownsville last Sunday. Several members
of our Sunday school were at tho organiza
tion. , . ( Mns. Sxods.
Thebes, May 81. ' 1 '
DeALGEXTLY WITH TflE 6T0MACn. It
proves refractory, mild disipline is tlie
thing to set it right. Not all the nauseous
draughts and boluses ever invented can do
half as much to remedy its disorders as a
few wineglassfulls nay, three a day of
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which will
afford it speedy relief, and eventually ban
ish every dyspeptic and bilious symptom.
Sick headache, nervousness, sallowness of
the complexion, fur upon the tongue, verti
go and those many indescribable and disa
greeable sensations caused by indigestion,
are too often perpetuated by injudicious
dosing. An immediate abandonment of
such random and ill advised experiments
should be the first step in the di
rection of a cure ; the next step the use of
this standard tonic alterative, which has
received the highest medical sanction and
won unprecedented popularity.
WOCLD AS IRREDEEMABLE Cl'ItRENCY be
as good as gold ? While there is a very
large class of intelligent citizens who
believe it would, we regard it our duty to
all alike to say that as a cure for olyj sores,
cuts, bruises, jamsand slashes, there is noth
ing like Carbolic Salve. Beware of coun
terfeits. Don't Be Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption'' when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit Is not this a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. 50 cts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
oral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Yitalizcr which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
10 cts. and 75 cts. For sale by Barclay
"IIackmetack" a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
The Sacked Gaxoes. Millions of lives
have been wasted through a superstitious
belief in the curative power of tho Ganges.
More have been lost in faith in useless
drugs. Kidney-Wort is a perfect remedy
for kidney or liver disease. It is a specific
for piles also.
Notice In hereby given that tiie undercluncrt ad
mlnUtriitorc of tlie eMnte of (in-en II Parker, lute,
of Alexander county, deceived, will attend the
county court of mid county, at Its Juno term, to hu
held In the court nonce In theiity of Cairo, on the
third Monday In June, lsT'.i, to mako lluul nettle
mem of mid eMato.
JOHN 11. I'AKKElt.
Administrator estate G. 11, Purkur, deceased.
Xntice I hereby clvvn that tho nndorl(!ned, nd.
mtnlstrator dehoui nun. of the estate of liove M.
Willi, late of Alexander county. lereasod. will at
tend the c tinty court of said count v, at It June
term, to be hciniu In the court house. In the city of
Cairo, ou the third Monday '-r June, IhTt). for the
purpose of making final settlcnieu of nM eatato.
OKS AMI'S fi KEEN LEY, Administrator
Dehonlt non. estate of tiove M. Willis, deceacd.
KSTATB OK JAMK l.AWIlKNCK, MKrrA;n,
Tbo undersigned, havluu been appointed Admin
Istrator of the estate of Jump Lawrence, Into of
the county of Alexander and state ot Illinois de
ceased, hereby give notice that he will H,iM.sr he
lore the county court of Alexander county' at the
court-house In Cairo, at the July t"rni on the
second Monday iu July next, ut "whirl, 'tlmo all
persons havlni! claim L'lnst sulil estate are noti
fied and requested to nttend for the purpose of hnv
lntr the same adjusted. All persons indiitcd to said
osuite are requested to make immediate iinvmcnt to
Dated this Hist (lav nf Mav, A . 1). is;n
SALMON ilAZLEVYooi), .dmii Istrntor
ESTATE Of IIKNIIV MAYO, lirt fAHl).
The ttntlerslKiied, having been iisiii;ilt,.,i Execu
trix of the last will and tenainutit of
Henry Mayo, Into of tho (-,lltlltv f
Alexander, and tat of Illinois, deceased
hereby glvm notice that alio will appear before the
county court of Alexander county, m n,., enuTt
U."!!'lLn ,?l,",:"..'h.u J.u!L,";rn,'; " ! Hwond
to the nndefsli'iieil. puyracm
Dated thl Hub da of Mav. A. 1), lrn
;"" "" " "' .in (i ume n! iiiirson
having claim against uld estate are n,, i)i,i iml
requoHted to attend Tor the purpose r ,vV,,Vtho
tame tdjnated. All persons' InVbtM to ,X
ihih nrv rrnni m'u ui lidki' 11. m, ;
& CO. .
Newspaper Advertising Bureaa.
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PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July Htli, 1S77, Under the Liwsoi
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted July
9, 137, under Act ol'Uoiigrosi.
WILLIAM STKATTON, riiKsmKNT.
Mas. 1'. A. TAYLOlf, - . Vick I'iiksiiiknt.
J. A. UOLDSTINE, Tiieakciicb.
Dr.. J. J. GORDON, . Med. Anvison.
THOMAS LEWIS. - - SEuiETAnr.
llOAltU OK managers:
I. J. OOHDON. l'hvslcian Cairo, 111
Mrs. 1'. A. TAVLOK, Superintendent of
Selio'jls, Alexauder Count v " "
Mr. E. C. KOItlt. Yurletv Hraeket More, "
J. A. tiOLDSTINE. of tioldstine ,t Ito-
seiiwnter, Wholesale and Hetnil Dealer
In Staple mid Fancy Dry Wood "
N. It. THISTLEW OOD. of llinklu ,fc
Thlstlcwood. Commission Merchants,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors " "
S. 1). AYEliS. of Ayers to Co., Conimis-
sioii Merchants "
THOMAS LEWIS. Insurance Manager
and Attorney at Law
WM. STKATTON, of Strattoli & Illrd,
Wholesale Wrncer " "
GEO. M. AM) EN, Commission Mer
chant, 78 Ohio I.evee
JAS. H. KEAKDEN. Agent Mississippi
allev Transportation Company
HAKKlSON IIOLTT, Watchmaker and
C1IAS. K. STL'AKT, Wholesale and Ito
tail Drv Goods and Notion
ED W' A Kb A. Bl'DEH, Manufacturing
Jeweler and Wholesale Dealer In
Watchmaker' Tool nnd Mnterlal....
EDWIN It. EGNEW, Proprietor St.
Charles Hotel '
IIAZEN LEIWHTON, Commission Mur-
Dr. EDWAKD It. HOE. U. S. Marshal
Southern District Illinois Springfield, Ills.
Mrs. S. A. AYEKS Villa Kid.
Dr. It. S. BUIGHAM. rhyslclau.. Indianapolis, Ind
JAS. M. GELATT, Heal Estate
Agent Keokuk, Iowa.
MCV. IIAtlU J, CL,LS, .lletllOdlSt
Minister Grand Junction, Tenn
J. H. Gt'LLEY Merchant Merldan.MiM,
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvement
on old ones; tor muoicai or otner compound, trade,
murks and labels. Caveats, Assignment. Inter
Terences, Appeals, Suit for InrrTngenionia, and
nil case arising under tho J'ntent Law, prompt
ly attended to.-
-Invention that have been
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u. ueingoiiosno me i , n. ratcnt Department,
and engaged In Patent bnstnes exclusively, wo can
mini closer searches, and secure I'ntent mure
promptly, and with broader claim, than those who
(ire remote ni'in lisillllgiou,
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nminntlnn ami nclvise aa to patentannity, tree of
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential,
Price low, and no charge unles l'atvut ! cured,
We refer In Washington, to Hon 1'ostniaster
General I). M. Key, Uev, V. D.Power. The German
American National Hank, to official In tho (', H.
nteut Office, and to Seuntor and Kepresetitntlve
u Cougre: und especially to our client iu Urcry
State In the I'uluunnd in Canada. Address
, Q.A. SNOW & CO.,
Oppotllo Patent O.Uce. Washington I), c,
rpO INVENT01I8 AND MECHANICS.
PATENTS and how to obtain them. Pan-plet ni
00 pn.c free, upon lecelnt of Mumps for tmsm
1 Addre GILMOKK, SMITH i CO
Kollcllor of Patent, Hox ill,
JUNE 5, 1679.
WHY DON'T YOU PAINT
That Door or that Floor? You can do it with tlie -HO
USE-KEEPER'S PAINT. ,
Tlie Averill Chemical Paint
DOES NOT fATft or CHALK OFF, but retains ITS FRESHNESS and BRILLIANXT
for many years, and will last MUCH LONGER than the lest Lead,
and Oil mixed in tho old way.
IT IS A. PUEE LINSEED OIL PAINT.
SUITABLE FOR ALL CLIMATES.
PHEPAliED FOR IMMEDIATE APPLICATION, 11EQUIIUNG NO OIL, TII1NNEK on DRYEH.
Inside and Outside White and any desired Shade or Color
Sold in packages to suit, very cheap.
Ask to be shown a sample card of tints.
TO ASCERTAIN TIIE AMOUNT OF PAINT YOU REQUIRE,
Add the number of feet in width (front and rear) to the number of feet in length
(both sides); this multiplied by the average height, gives the number ot square leet'to
be painted. This divided by 200-as ono gallon of this paint covers 200 square feet
(two coats), gives the amount required in gallons.
Example Front, 20 feet. 120 feet
Rear, 20 " Multiply Height, 20 '
Side, 40 "
Side, 40 " 200i2400
120 " 12 gallons fur two coats.
Remakes. There can be no definite rule established as to the exact quantity it will
require; but the above is sufficiently near for all practical purposes. Should the surface
be smooth and hard, less than tho above would suffice; if rough and porous mure.
BE NOT IMrOSED UPON BY BASE AND FRAUDULENT IMITATION.?. It
is a well-known fact that when the Averill Chemical Paint was first put ujon the mar
ket, it was the only Paint of the kind that could be found. Its merits were so great,
however, that but a few years had elapsed before worthless imitations begun to appear
under the names of "Enamel," 'Rubber,'' ''Mixed," fChemical," "Liquid," and -Pre
our Paint to give entire satisfaction in all cases, and therefore wish it distinctly under
stood that we do not enter into competition with the many adulterated and woutiilk.-.s
Mixed Paints, purporting to be similar to the "Averill," which are now flooding the
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BARCLAY BROTHERS, General Agents.
AEE YOU GOING TO PAINT?
THEN USE NEW YORK
Ready for use in White and over One Hundred Different Color, made of Mrictly pure White I., ad.
Zinc and Llnceed Oil chemically combined, warranted much Handsomer and Cheaper and to last TWIi E
AS LONti as anv other Paint. It ):as uken the KIltST I'lf KM1IM , ,,., w ..fit., s,-,,. v.i .h..
I'nlon. and is on the tlm-st houses In the country. M. Petersburg Pa , jan loth K.7
NEW YORK ENAMEL PAINT CO:-Cientlemen.-Wc have sold larre quantities ,f vour Ei.amcl
Paint in thl section of the country, and all panic having used the same speak highly of It diir:tbi.itv
and finish ; and they find the color and mixtures Just as von represent. There can be no better paint
for exposure to heat and cold, uud any one using it once will surely do so again. Yon have t rhii ;co
use our nume lor reference. Respectfully, ( HALKANT A tiP f E
u . Address, rsKW YORK ENAMEL l'AIXT CO..
Sample card free. 17 i-ruce street, New York
QL0SS OIL AND VARNISH COMPANY.
175J Prince Street, Sew York.
Copal, Coach, Furniture, Painar and all other Varnishes,
Liquid and Japan Dryers and Gloss Oil.
Our cheap Gloss Oil Varnish, fcr the price, hae no equal In the market.
OUR DRYKKS ARE TIIE BEST.
Dry quick und w i!l mix with all kind of oil.
OUR VARNISHES ARE. THE BEST
And have no equal; o conceded by the trade.
Wc havo every- facility to manufacture good of Crst-clas quality at the lowen price, a wo buv for
prompt cush only, and have large experience in the business and give the same personal attention.
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SEW Y0UK ENAMEL TAINT & VAKXLSU CO.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
yt M. DAVIDSON,
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKING- fc HEATING
Tinware and Hollow ware of every
Bccrwart'i old taud,on Eighth street.
fI?.fl,!!R.!!liVJr(,i,n,,,,r,!,K" 'Polity. All kind
.".. rkl"fk,'1 -v mui rroinpily performed and
.11 uui sansiaciory .
K0E1ILER BROS., Proprietors,
Corner Washington Avenue and Eight Street and
t'oruur Eleventh und Washington Ave.
A fnll and complete anpply f t" beat or an
1 kind meat alwtyi on hand.
CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR.
JOHN A. ROOR,
Carpenter and Contractor,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
(between Washington and Wuluut.)
Estimates on buildings, on losses by firo
or otherwise made on short notice.
ALL work Intrusted to him will receive prompt
A attention, and will be executed lu a ut.fuclory
HOOTS AND SHOES.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Leather and Findings
So. W Commercial Ave., Bet. Fifth and Slxlu St.
T-fopa conatnntlv on hand a large orttnent of
IV (ielltS und Ladle Itrw.l- mil Hhnoa nt ull ...!.
and sizes, and of Hu, VilPW hunt nf Ut T.fnlit unrt
Cincinnati Hand made work; aold cheaper than
ever before, and cheaper than like good can bo b
talned iu tbo- city.
Also, alwava itn hnnit lnM. 1 T i..,Kri.M4
Finding of all description, aoU very cio. "