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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
"K. A. Burnett, Publisher.
M.B. Harrell, Editor.
Repcblicas newspapers quote tlie Chi
cago Times as Ropublic an authority. The
Tunes is the most inveterate and persistent
traducer of the Democratic party in the
United States. The abuse of the New
YotIc Times is salt water upon the Demo
cratic carcass; the abuse of the Chicago
Times is vitriol.
In the following exchange of shots tvc
mark the St. Luuis Post-Dispatch "one"
Quoth the Chicago Times: "St. Loula'onehnn
dreth aeaeon as a rummer retort it about to open.
Her proud potitlon at the champion run-troko
regien will be fully maintained."
Quoth the Pott Dispatch : What St. Lon'.t lacks
it an awning of mortgagee to live nnder, like the
soturb en the lake."
' The late Democratic victory in Chicago
is explained away by the Republican sheets
in the same way the previous victory was
disposed of. The tea thousand voters that
stayed away from tho polls were .Republi
cans! If any Republican can draw any com'
fort from such an explanation as that, it
would be a cruel Democrat who would
seek to deprive him of the comfort.
"Will Republican editors who may be in
possession of the requisite information,
please inform the public what has become
of the several thousand dollars, said to have
been given by philanthropic Northern Re
publicans to aid the blacks in Kansas,
pending their efforts to secure homes? The
returning refugees say they never saw a cent
of it that, after reaching Kansas they had
to hustle around and get their own grub,
and never ato a mouthful unless they knew
exactly where it came from. Verily, it
Bcemcth that certain"Rcpublican philautrop
ists' have seized upon the "hegira" us a
"blessed means for filling their own pockets
with other people's money "which," ns
Commodore Rollingpin is wont to say, "is
accordin' to the rule." "
The only exodus that is going on now is
the exodus from Kansas. The deluded
blacks who found their way to that inhos
pitable climo are straggling home again
singly and in pairs and by the dozen al
most every day; and not a single negro is
exoding from the South. This is too bad,
as it removes a pretext for Republican
abuse of Southern white men. The truth
is the blacks who returned from Kansas
told their people in the South somo whole
some truths, and if the blattant fraud and
would-be somebody, Conway, takes an
armed steamboat South, he'll loud up witli
"Kansas immigrants," provided hu bus
bones and hounds fleet enough to catch
'em. The negroes have had enough -of
Kansas, and quite enough of Noithcrn
Republican sympathy, (specially as it
manifested itself in Kansas.
Tiie Philadelphia Times, in its com
ments on ths President's last veto, Bays:
"After two years of public deliverance
against military interference at elections,
and against the exercise of uny arbitrary
powers affecting the freedom of citizen, he
has now sharply defined the issue for his
party In furor of bayonet elections and in
favfor of Federal Supervisors and Marshals
personally scrutinizing, counting andean-
Tassing each ballot and making summary
arreata without complaint or proce of law
in defiance of local authority. Under the
pnteni lav an unscrupulous .Executive
could take absolute possession of every
lection poll in ' debatable districts, abso-
Jste control of the election, canvass and de
clare its result and arrest every opposition
voter without regard to justice, and Presi
dent Hayes demands that this revolutionary
authority shall be perpetuated. Whether
the amended election law embodied in tho
legislative bill met every fair requirement
for the protection of tho purity of tho bal
lot and of the rights of all citizens, wo do
not assume, but the country will be startled
to hear from the President that tho power
must bo lo'dgcd in tho Executive to hold
elections in all tho States just as it may
please him to hold them, and that his sub
ordinates shall bo empowered to restrain
voters and to control political results to a
decree that no State or Federal court
would dare to attempt. On tins vital
question the argument of the President will
do more to arouse intelligent and implaca
ble opposition to the policy he would de
fine for the Republican party than all tho
combined assaults of the Democratic lead
ers could have aroused."
The bloody tragedy at Wahoo, in this
county, on Tuesday last, resulted in tho
death i f a ruffian who is better out of tho
world than in it. Monroe Sheppleman,
gutting drunk in Cape Girardeau, crossed
over to Wnhoo, where, entering the house
of an oldladv. named Jackson, he flour-
ished his revolver, and dealt the frightened
and inoffensive old lady several blows on
the breast, leaving a bruise to tell for every
blow. Then prancing up to another wo
man, he placed the pistol near her head,
and fired. Much to the ruffian's astonish
ment the brave woman not only did not
flinch, but turned upon him, and denounced
him as a coward, who was a bully only
among women. Passing out of the house,
the desperate devil espied Dr. Milan sitting
on a fence, near by, and firing upon him
lodged a ball in his shoulder. By this
time several citizens had gathered about
the ruffian, and one of them dealt him a
blow on the head with a stick of cord
wood that dashed in his skull, and killed
him instantly. He fell dead iu his tracks.,
and his body, for several houis, was per
mitted to lie where it had fallen. Tho name
of the man who killed the desperado
has not been given to the public ; but, let
him be whom he may, he deserves the
thanks of every lover of quiet and good or
der. The law is impotent in dealing with
such fellows r.s Sheppleman; and no one
will, iu view of all the reported circum
stances, deprecate the villain's sum
mary taking-on. No grand jury in Chris
tendom would listen to a complaint,
founded upon an act of such merited retri
bution as was the act ot killing the Wahoo
savage. Sheppleman formerly lived near
Wahoo; had been absent sometime, and
was killed an hour or two after his return,
precisely as he should have been, if the
facts Hrc truly reported.
A Search Warrant allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and Lindsey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures lire wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
Ac, we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by ull Druggists. See that our
name is ou the bottom of the wrapper.
R. E. Seu.eus it Co., Prop"is, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros Agents.
Save voru children. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teahpoonful given to a child of Mr.
Brudbery's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine, Benj. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by nil drug
gists. Price 25 cts. R. E. Sellers is Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
The truth ib mighty and will prevail
Thousands who huve used and been cured
arc living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will euro
tho worst cases of liver complaint, billions
ness, headache aming therefrom, costive
ucss, constipation, dizziness and all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggist. Price 25 cents. R.
E.' Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
The Sacked Ganges. Millions of lives
huve been wasted through a superstitious
belief in tho curative power of the Gunges.
More have been lost in faith in useless
drugs. Kidney-Wort is a pertect remedy
for kidney or liver disease. It is a specific,
lor piles also.
A Child's first lesson in art culture can
profitably and pleasantly be learned with
Lcnmon's Dyes, which have twelve colors,
and by combining them nny number
wanted. These dyes arc uiudo by Wells,
Richardson & Co., Burlington, Yt. For
coloring soiled or faded riotous there is
nothing like them. Get tlium ut your drug
gists. Esveixh's printed at the Bulletin office,
$1.00 perM. Envelops furnished at St.
Louis wholesale List prices for the nextiJO
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
HONESTY VS. REPUDIATION.
There is a great deal of fiction interwo
ven In tho following article from the Now
Orleans Times; but we givo it for what It
is worth us o state reminiscence, and as a
sample of tho means employed by tho
Times to drive the Louisana State
convention to an abandonment of tho evi
dent purpose of tho majority to repudiate
Louisiana's debts, piled up against her by
processes the most villianous that carpet
bagger brain could conceive. But to tho
article. Here it is:
Tlmm is a verv interesting episode in
the history of Illinois, which is nppropos of
the situation iu this State at tho present
time. In her early days, Illinois was am
bitious of developing her resources by a
grand system of internal improvements.
The Illinois Canal was projected, and tho
work of building it carried out. Tho State
assisted the enterprise with bonds to the
amount of several millions of dollars. Af
ter a few years these bonds came to be re
garded by tho people as a great burden.
The State was poor, nnd the people found
great difficulty in paying their taxes. Tho
interest on the bonds was ' not promptly
met, and the debt gradually grew, until it
amounted to more than seven millions of
dollars. Then there was loud talk of re
pudiation. A convention was called to
meet at Springfield, the capital ot the
State, for the purpose of repudiating the
whole debt. Lyman Trumbull was at the
head of tho movement, and repudiation was
looked upon as an accomplished fact. The
value of tho bonds fell until they were re
garded as almost worthless. The conven
tion met and the repudiation ordinance was
prepared. It was about being adopted
when Stephen A. Douglass, who was sick at
his hotel, asked to be taken into the con
vention. He was carried on a mattress.and
lying on his back, for he was too ill to sit
up, he wrote the following resolution,which
he offered as a substitute for the repudia
tion ordinance :
"Resolved, That Illinois will he honest,
though 6ho never pays a cent." The
resolution look like wild-fire. It touched
the honest sentiment of every member of
the convention. It was adopted with the
wildest enthnsiasism. It dealt a death
blow to the repudiation sentiment through
out the State. The canal bonds immediate
ly advanced in value and in a short time
were quoted at par. Telegrams were re
ceived from New York, that Illinois could
have all the money she wanted. "What was
the result? Capital nnd emigration flowed
into the state, and Illinois is to-day, one of
ncliest and most prosperous States in the
Union. She has more miles of railway
than any of the other States. Her broad
prairies are one great grain field, and are
dotted with hundreds of thousands of
peaceful, happy homes. Thriving cities
and beautiful villages are found everywhere
within her boarders. This is what honesty
has done lor Illinois. What would repudi
ation have done?"
The most inexcusable folly is to endure
Dyspepsia with all its miseries, when a 25
cent bottle of Dr. Bull's Baltimore Pills
will cure the malady.
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Sliiloh'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 ull 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
10 cts. 50 cts. and $1.00 per bottle. Fcr
lame Chest, Buck or side, u?c Sliiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cts. For sale by
Wht will you suffer with the Dyspcp-ia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and 'e.n
eral debility when j'ou can get at our stores
Sliiloh's Svtem Vitulizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. .Price
lOcts. and 75 cts. For sale by Barclay
"Hackmktack" a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
"Wiutiieh are vou bound';" asked John
Moor, as Ire stood in the door-way of his es
tablishmerit, and saw his old friend Sam
Rodgers walking slowly past. The latter,
with sunken eyes and palid visage, beurin
evidence of disease, hastened to reply:
''I have long suffered all the horrors arising
from an inactive liver, and am going to the
office of Dr. Slow to seek relief." "Do no
such thing," said his friend, "wheu you
can buy u bottle of Portalinc, or Tabler's
Liver Regulator for only 50 cents, and be
permanently relieved. It will cure Dys
pepsia, Heartburn, Sour Stomach, Sick
Headache, nnd ull disorders of a torpid
liver." For sale by Barclay Bros.
Whkn the hand ot disease is laid heavily
upon us, robbing life of all its plcusures,
anything that will afford relief is gladly
welcomed. Sickness is no light utlliction,
and that form of it known us Piles, or Hem
orrhoids, can be permanently relieved by
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment, which
never fails when used according to direc
tions. Price 50 cents a bottle, Forsalo by
A Cahd. To all who are suffering from
the errors nnd indiscretions of ycuth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, &c, I will send a recipe that will euro
, yoUf KKKK 0K (A,.(,E. TMh ,f,.(.,it muwlv
was discovered by a miscionnry ;n sj,,ut.h
America, Send a tielf-nddrtsed envelope to
the Rev. JosiJ-H T. Ikman, S'tutiou J), New
Srni Fhkttei). Tinkering u ticnscd
liver and disordered kidneys, with harsh or
stimulating drugs, is like hetting tt sick
animal with spur. , These thing do not
cure. In Kiduey-Wott is found a perfoct
.medicine, gentle but sure iu its wurklng';
FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 6, 1879.
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Newspaper Advertising Bureau.
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PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
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MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE IN'Sl'R
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Or?iiuiwJ July 14tb, lo"7, Under the LmwsoI
the State of Illinois.. Copyrighted July
9, 1077. under Act of Cousress.
WILLIAM STIiATTON, Pkehhest.
Mm. P. A. TAVLOK. - - Yux-Piieidc.nt.
J. A. COLDSTINE, - - TurASfiiui.
I)n. J. J. (iOHDON, - Meu. Abviaon.
THOMAS LEWIS, StciiETAr.r.
BOAItD OF MAN AG KUS ;
J. J. GORDON. Pliytleian...
Mr. V. A. TAYLOH, Ktiuerinti'iidvnt ol'
Scuo'jlt, Alexnuder l onrity
Mrt. E. C. 1-'01U. Variety Bracket Store,
J. A.liOLDVriSE. of OoUMlim iKo
ii wilier. Whulegule unci I'.i tiiil Dculim
iu staple iiii'l Kanrv Dry IhioiIh .
N. P.. TIUSTLEWOOIJ. of Hinkle Ai
TliUtlewooil. Coinmir-hloti Merchants,
Cotton unci Tobacco Kuctorx
S. 1). AYEkb. of Ayert A; Co., Coinmin
THOMAS LEWIS. Insurance Manager
uml Attorney ut Law
WM. STKA'I'TOX, of Htrattou 4 liird,
GEO. M, ALDEN. ComtnlKclon Mer
chant. 70 Olilo Li-vi'it
JAS. S. KEAKDEN. A(?erit MIckIhcIjiuI
Valley Transiiortatlon Coiuoanv
iiAKKiwa uoui'i', wutchmak
C1IAS. K. STUART, Wholesale and Ho
tail Drv Goods arid Notlous ' "
EDWARD A. Dl'DEK, Manufacturing
lewvliT and Wholesale Dealer in
Watchmakers' Tools and Materials..., " "
EDWIN H. EUNEW, Proprietor St.
Charles Hotel '
IIAZEN LEKillTON.CommiHiion Mer
Dr. EDWARD R. ROE, U. S. Marshal
Southern District Illinois Springfield, 111.
Mrs. S. A. AYEHS Vlu Itldgc, "
Dr. R. S. UHKillAM. Physician. . Indianapolis, Ind
.IAS. M. GELATT, Ituul Estate
Agent Keokuk, Iowa,
Rev. DAVID C. WELLS, Methodist
. Minister Grand Junction, Tenn.
J. K. CtCLLEY Merchant Merldun.MlM.
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WHY DOST YOD PAINT
That Door or that Floor? Yoii can do it with the
The Averill Chemical Paint
DOES NOT FADE or CHALK OFF, but retains ITS FRESHNESS and BRILLIANCY
for many years, and will last MUCH LONGER than the best Lead
and Oil mixed in the old way.
IT IS A. PURE LINSEED OIL. PAINT.
SUITABLE FOR ALL CLIMATES.
PREPARED roil IMMEDIATE APPLICATION, REQUIRING NO OIL, THINNER OR DRTKK.
Inside and Outside "White and any desired Shade or Color
Sold in packages to suit, very cheap.
A6k 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 numU-r of feet in length
(both si(U's); this multiplied bythe average height, gives the nnrubcr ot Equare feet to
be painted. This divided by 200 as one gallon of this paint covers 200 square feet
(two coats), gives the amount required in gallons.
Front, 20 feet.
Rear, 20 "
Side, 40 "
Side, 40 "
Remarks. 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 the above would suffice; if rough and porous more.
BE NOT IMPOSED UPON BY BASE AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS. It
is a well-known fact that when the Averill Chemical Paint was first put upon the mar
ket, it was the only Paint of the kind that could be found. Its merits were so gnat,
however, that but a few years had elapsed before worthless imitations began to a; pear
under the names of "Enamel," "Rubber,"' "Mixed," "Chemical," "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 adittehated and wwithlkw
Mixed Paints, purporting to be similar to the "Averill," which are now flooding the
market. AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT CO.
BARCLAY BROTHERS, General AgenR
ARE YOU GOIn Gr TO PAINT?
THEN USE NEW YORK
Ready for nre in White and over One Hundn 4 Different Color, made of strictly pure Whit" l. v.
Zinc and Linceed Oil chemically comblmd. warranted much Handsomer and Cheaper and to ht TWIi E
A LONf a any other Paint. t ha taken the FIRST PREMIl'.M at twenty of the Mate Fairs of the
Union, and is on the finest houses In tlie country. M.'lYter'sburif iv, jn. lirtb. H77.
NEW YORK ENAMEL PAINT COi-ticLtlemen.-We have sold larfe (juantltie of vour Kernel
Paint in this section of the country, and all parties having uud the sati.u speak hlplilv of lt durVilitv
and 6nlh; and they And the color aud mixture Just us von represent. There can be no better paint
for exposure to heat and cold, and any one nslne, it once will surely do so ajjaln. Yon have prlvib to
use our names lor reference. Respectfully. C1IALFANT A tiHAff.
Address, KW YOUK TCNAM Kl. PAINT CU.,
Sample card free. its Prince Street, New Yors.
OSS OIL AND YA11NIS1I COMPANY.
1 7 Prince Street, New Yolk.
Copal, Coach, Furniture, Damar and all other Varnishes,
Liquid and Japan Dryers and Gloss Oil.
Our cheap (ilot OU Vartiib. ftr tho price, ha to cijual in the market.
OUll DRYKHS AHE TIIE BEST.
Dry quick uud will mix with all kind of oil.
OUU VARNISHES AKE TIIE BEST
And have no equal; so conceded by the trade,
Wc have every facility to manufacture coods of firt- lon quality at the lowest price, a wc buv for
prompt cash only, and have large experiei.ee Is the buslncM and Rive the rame perunal attention.
SAMPLES aud qnotutiont ent with pleasure at auy time. Soliciting your order we reikaln,
NEW YORK ENAMEL TAINT & VARNISU CO.'
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ft M. DAVIDSON,
worn, Ell I.N
Till, Sheet-Iron and Copier.
COOK1NQ Ac HEATING
iiiiwarc aim noiiow Marc of every
Beerwurt'e old stand, on Eit-htlj street,
ij1UU, .... Illinois
u nnng and (.uttering n perlaltv. All kind
or work sklrlfully and promptly performed and
price made satisfactory.
K0EHLEE BROS., Proprietors,
Corner Washington Avenue and Eight Street a.d
Corner Eluventh and WushliitfUiu Avo.
, A foil nnd complete mply o'tue lt ' "
kluda meat alwoy. ou hand.
Multiply Height, 20 "
1 3 gallons for tw o coats.
CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR,'
JOHN A. TOOK, 7"
Carpenter and Contractor,
SHOP ON TENTH STREB T,
(between Washingtou and Walnut.) '
Estimates on buildings, on louses by tiro
or otherwise made on short notice.
ALL work intrusted to him will receive prompt
attention, and will be executed in a (at .factory
1XIOT8 AND mors.
Manufacturer and Dealer Iu
BOOTS AND SHOES.
' , ALSO
Leather and Findings
No. HO Commordnl Ave., Bet. Fifth and Sixth Sta.
leop constantly on hand lnr ortment of
XV Uellt and Llldlea Hunt, intl hhnea nt all .ffl.
and Ue. and of the tery best of Ml. Loula and '
Cincinnati lllilldnmd. work! sold rhflamir ttinn
ever before, nnd choaiw thuu like good can bu b
talned In tins city. ,
Also, ahvnv on hrM a l,i 'toi-k t.t r..ik. ...4
Finding, of all dutcrtyUun, tola van clow,