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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning Daily In Southern Illinois
Largest Circulation ol any Daily in
E. A. Burnett, Publisher.
M.B. Harrell, Editor.
The Republican papers claim that Mr.
Thurman is not a success as a presiding
officer that next to old Ben Wade, he is
the clumsiest man that ever served as
President of the Senate. As Democrats
have no ambition to put Thurnian in the
Vice President's chair, they are not at all
inclined to defend him from the force of
the charge. The Republicans are entirely
welcome to all they can mike out of it.
The army is at last provided for, and the
Democrats have achieved about everything
for which they contended. They contend
ed that it was violative of a tundamental
principle of the government to employ the
array ia or about our voting places, and es
pecially as a police force for the preserva
tion of order. The Republicans placed
themselves on the opposite ground, and
succeeded in persuading the President to
veto two bills that embodied the Demo
cratic doctrine. The third bill, embodying
precisely the same declaration, that it was
contrary to the genius of our institutions to
employ the army about the polls, and de
claring that no part of the money appropri
ated for the army should be used for the pay
ment of any portion of the army that might
be so employed this bill, assailed in the
Senate by Conklinj;, Logan and others, as
being almost identical with the others, was
signed by the President, and is now the law
of the land. And thus, after a prolonged
battle, the Democrats have secured to the
people, for the ensuing two years, at least,
the riuht to exercise the elective franchise,
unawed by the presence of Federal bay
onets. Ripresextative Whitthorne is anxious
to bring about an investigation into the
causes of the recent exodus. lie thinks
the interest of truth demands it. We hope
no such "fool project"' will be set on foot
Weeks of inquiry and the expenditure of
thousands of dollars, will leave matters
precisely as they staud now. A committee
composed of Democrats and Republicans
can never learn the truth. The Democrats
would draw out from the white people of
the South the most positive proof that
peace and quiet reign everywhere in the
South ; that the negroes are as humanely
treated and as liberally dealt with as they
are in any part of the North; that "night-
riders" and white leaguers have ceased to
exist, and that the negroes were stampeded
toward Kansas because of the glowing
stones set afloat of free farms, free mules,
and a life of indolence and plenty. The
Republican portion of the investigating
committee would retM" Virro with a
atory obtained from the negroes that would
. 1 A . I
tuu ae-oui tins way: That all
the trees of the Southern forests
, were bending under the weight
of dead negroes whom the white leaguers
nau massacred; that negro men, a hundred
. and fifty years old, had crawled on their
bands and knees through swamps and
morasses to the distance of seveuty-five
, miles uclore they felt themselves sccuro
from the bur..JuierMKjwieknife;that shot
gun companies corralled the negro men
v about the polls ami forced them to vote the
Democratic ticket, not on:e, but tweuty
times; and that, finally, tho stumpede to
Kucu was the alternative of iluath at tho
' stake in the flames of coal tar and kcrosenu.
These atories would be brought North the
Republican papers would seize upon the
negro story and awear it betrayed tho rca
condition of affairs South, and innocent
souls who know no better than to believe
everything the Republican presn gars
about southern outrages, would tromble
ufresh over the atrocities of the southern
whites, and shod many gallons of teus
over tho alleged sufferings and horrors
to which the poor, unprotected ncro had
lieen so unfeelingly subjected. On tho
other hand tho Democratic press would
swear with much earnestness that the Re
publican clement ot the committee
fibbed for the absurd falsehoods
they . obtained, and would have
been satisfied with nothing less horrible;
that the Democratic side of tho committee
aimed at the truth, obtained the evidence of
responsible men, and to disbelieve that evi
dence would evince perverse incredulity and
an anxiety to believeju lie. To such an issue
would an investigation, or committee of
inquiry, bring us and if we know our
selves, and we think we do, that's about
where we are just now.
It was supposed, when Townshend's bill
to prohibit the indiscriminate removal of
.,.. r..v !,, Sfntn in tlm I'nltoil Ktfttpft
t,- t - f .- WM inti-nduccd. that no
body would interpose any objections to the
object sought to be attained. The Attorney
General, seeing the impossibility of dispos
ing of the immense amount of business
that had accumulated in the U. 8. District
Courts, because of the removals complained
of, suggested the establishments of inter
mediate courts a remedy that would have
involved an expense of millions of dollars
every year. Mr. Townshend seeing cheaper,
more reasonable and just means for accom
plishing the end, introduced his bill, and
ably advocated its passage. He showed
that it was the insurance companies, tail
road and other rich corporations that car
ried their suits to the district courts, and
lor no other reason than to make the litiga
tion too expensive for their poorer adversa
ries to pursue. It was thought, we repeat,
that all honest men, would be willing to
apply the proper corrective. The Town
shend bill was clearly a measure in the inter
est of the poor man, as against the machina
tions of rich men and rich corporations. It
was a measure in the interest of economy,
and calculated to obviate any further en
largemcnt or complication of our judiciary
system, as suggested by the Attorney Gen
eral. But the Republican side of the
House, always sympathizing with and leg
islating for the rich as against the poor,
placed itself rlat-footedly in opposition to
the measure, or any other measure that
sought to effect the same ends. It insisted
upon the right of the rich corporation to
drive the poor and perhaps outraged indi
vidual from the prosecution of his rights,
by transferring his case to courts too re
mote and expensive for him to reach. It
was not possible to inject politics into the
bill, or into the speeches for or against it.
The Democrats favored it, because it was
in the interest of justice and economy, and
deprived the designing men of wealth of
the means to worry poor rr.en into subjec
tion or ruinous compromises; and the Re
publicans opposed it for the very reasons
that moved the Democrats to fa
vor it. It would be well for honest
people, who sincerely wish to judge
aright of the doings of the two parties, dur
ing the present session of Congress, to give
this matter a little thought. If it is the
desire of such people that the Legislation
of Congress shall be so Bhnped as to add to
the power and influence of the rich, at the
expense of the rights ot the poor, then they
can conscieutionsly endorse the stand the
Republican party has taken on this very
important and much needed measure.
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Delicate females and lnlirm old persons tiro
invigorated and solaced by it, nnd the phys
ical prostration which usually follows a
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and convalescence accelerated through its
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No eloquent tongue or pen is needed to
commend Coussens' Lightning Liniment to
an appreciative public, as a cure for Rheu
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Deah Bkll Our commencement ex
ercises are over. I havo received my dl
ploum, and am now ready to enter with zest
into the pleasures of gay society. Attired
becomingly in a pure white robe, such as
angcis might love to wear, I took a nrom
inent part in the musical cxerclsea In the
evening. Although I had contracted
severe cold a few daya Ix-fore, I was en
abled by the use of Coussens' Honey of
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Tar, the best remedy ia tho world for
coughs, colds, and all diseases of tho
throit and lungs, to sing so well that I
completely enraptured u largo audience.
Toll uncle John that the uso of that valua
ble compound. Coussen'B Honey of Tar,
will cure his cough. It is only 50 cents a
bottle, and can be bought at Barclay Bro's.
drug store. Yours in haste,
Be witch nw work There is a facina-
tion in renewing all the ribbons, stockings,
shawls and dresses in the house by the use
of Leainon's Dyes, made by Wclls,'Richard
son & Co., Burlington, Vt. ThQ colors are
superb and of every shade. Druggists
Bad Blood A serious euieute occurred
recently between two horny handed sons of
toil, which resulted in a broken arm for
Smith and a cracked rib for Jackson. For
bad blood there is nothing equal to Rossad
ails, the great Southern remedy which
drives out all impurities like magic.
A Cakd. To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, &c, I will send a recipe that will cure
you, niEE or charge. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Rev. Josetii T. Lnman, Station D. New
A Gentile Remedy. The action of
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skin, weak bladder and enfeebled stomach
is gentle and constitutional. It cures acute
lumbago, and piles, and soothes the dis
tresses of indigestion. Cases of twelve
years' Blading have lxxn perfectly cured.
Your Drnggists keep it.
ESTATE OP (-UARI.EK WAIlSEIt, DECEAKl.
The undersigned, having beeu appointed admin
istrator of the estate of Charle Wagner, late of
the county of Alexander and state of llli:io. i'.e
ceased, hereby gives notice that he will appe.ir he
fore the county court of Alexander countv, nt the
court-house in Cairo, at the Angiist term, on the
tUIrd .Monday in August next, at which time all per
sona having claim anaiust said estuteare noticed
and requested to attend lor the purpose of having
the same adjusted. All person) indebted to st,;d
estsU' are requested to make immediate payment
to the uudersined.
Dated this iHh dav of Jnne. A. D. 1"7.
KICHARl) FlTZGEHALD, Administrator.
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by accident or auv
disease' entitles a soldier of
the late war to a pension All pensions by the law
of Jan. 1M, beuinat date of discharae or death of
the soldier. All t-utitled should apply at once.
Thousands who are nowilrnu ine pensions are en
titled to an increase. Soldiers am! widows of the
war of lsl;.'. and Mexican war. entitled to pensions.
Fees In all cases onlv $M.ni Send two stamps for
uew laws blanks and instructions to NAT. WAKD
FITZGEKALI), U. S. Claim Attorney, Box fc
POR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The Elegant Sldewhecl Passenger Steamer
Leaves Cairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
1'ailiiculi, Metropolia nixl v.uv landings. Kor
freight or passage apply to OL. A. MLYER,
THE ANCHOR LINE.
For New Orleans.
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t riday, June v!7, ul 5 p.m.
.Monday,. June w, at noon.
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Georiie V. Lennox Master
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CITY OF VICKSBURO.
R. K. Riley Muster
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J NO. B. MAUDE.
W. H. Rials Muster
nuuiriiuy. lunea-, bis u.iu.
John Crane Muster
aunup', June ut 5 p i;i.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
JNO. H. MAUDE.
Tuesday, Juno Si, at 5 p. m,
John Crime Muster
uunesuay, June ;:, at : p. in .
CITY OF ALTON.
Thursday, Juno Pi, at noun
CITY OF HELENA.
Isaac McKkb.. Master
rrlday, June 27, utjp.tn.
CITY OF GREENVILLE.
A.J. Carter... Muster
Biiuuay, juiiu i at s p. tn.
T. S. Davidson.......... MttMflT
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perlence in treating tuusu upeciul dlseas'i 01 IX'
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i.ur pampulels. v,i,n Wv
nil to MVrv ntui Brul
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sumption und t Premature. lnive, all ul v.hlVii V.
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ent by mall uu receipt of His motiev tiv nl,i,,,i i."
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WHY DON'T YOU PAINT
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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 FOR IMMEDIATE APPLICATION, REQUIRING NO OIL, THINNER OR DRYER.
Inside and Outside White and any desired Shade or Color
Sold in packages
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TO ASCERTAIN THE AMOUNT OF PAINT YOU REQUIRE
Add the number of feet in width (front
(Loth sides); this multiplied by the average
be painted. This divided by 200 as one
(two coats), gives the amount required in
i Example Front, 20 feet.
Hear, 20 "
Side, 40 "
Hde, 40 "
Remarks. Thercan 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
is a well-known fact that when the Averill
ket, it was the only Paint of the kind that
however, that but a few years had elapsed
under the names of "Enamel," "Rubber,"'
our Paint to give entire satisfaction in all
stood that we do not enter into competition with the many adcltekated and woKTnLE!s
Mixed Paints, purporting to be similar to the "Averill," which are now flooding the
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Liquid and Japan Dryers and Gloss Oil.
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Alarge ight Page Sheet of Fifty
six broad Columns, will be sent,
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FOR HALF A DOLLAR.
Addrees THE SUN, New York City.
to suit, very cheap.
and rear) to the number of feet in length
height, gives the nntubtr ol square teet to
gallon of this paint covers 200 square fee
Multiply Height, 20 "
12 gallons for two coats
AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS. It
Chemical Paint was first put upon the mar
wuld be found. Its merits were so great
before worthless imitations began to appear
"Mixed,"' "Chemical," "Liquid,"' and "Pre
cases, and therefore wish it distinctly under
AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT CO.
BROTHERS, General Agents.
Different Color?, made of ftrictly pure Wllte Lead
" CHAI.FANT A GRAPF.
YORK KNAMKL PAINT CO.,
1 I'rir.r-e street. New York.
clnn quality at the lower t j rlr ep. hm-c bar for
LEXANDEK COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue ami Eighth Struet,
F. BROHH. President.
H. WELLS, Cannier.
T.J. KKRT1I, AHHlatant Cahler.
F. Bron. Cairo: William Kluee, Cairo:
Peter Neff, Cairo; - William Woir, Cairo:
C, M. om-rloh, R. L. llllllniley. St. Louis;
E. Ruder, Cairo; J. Y. Cleuiaon, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUHINESS DONE. Ex
change told and bouelit. IntereH paid lu the
HavlnKa Department. Collection made and all
bualueHf promptly attended to.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31, 1309.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on depocltn March lt and Pep
temlier in. Iuterect not withdrawn in added Im
mediately to the principal of the depoait. thereby
giving them compound luterent.
dP Children and married worun muy depoult
money and no one else can draw It.
WALTER 1IYSLOP, Treaslheii.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL, 8100. 000
W. P. IIAL1.IDAY, Pre.ident.
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MESSRS. SMYTTT A CO. have eonntr.nt'.v a !arv-;
nock of the ln-.t pood." lu tho market nnd ;'i
especial aitentluu to the wboletale hrauch ol the
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oil cat.e arifinu under the Patent Lnwe, prompt..
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