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THE DAILY ' CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1879.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
E. A. Burnett, Publisher.
M.S. Harrell, Editor.
Ii tqir singularly adroit maimer docs
the Chicngo Times stab tho reputation of
11.. A !1 . I.W.
uu, uucngo cuy council ; "ivuuiors weru
'Aflcat yesterday to tha effect that a fund of
tc thousand dollars had been raised with
whhto convince the members of the coun
cil tvat the city hall job (which is a most
cxecrble piece of work) is a master-piece
of meianical ingenuity, admirable in all
its parft an object of prido and altogether
lovely, y the rumor proves to be true,"
the Timesmys, "the sufficiency of the ar
gument wi scarcely be questioned."
J. i he latcstcffort to bring Mr. Bob Inger-
8011 tO a knOWWIrra nf finvincr truth xvaa at.
tempted by a Washington street preacher,
but was entirclynsuccessful. "Mr. Inger
soU," said he, "a rin of your great talents
could be of such
would only repent and follow the Lord in
,' stead of being His enemy." "I am not
HiB enemy." reDlied Tnfnrsnll. fV if th
VFM - Iiaa ntwvM tf..t. i- .1 - "
should come ritfht hore to Washington, I'll
venture I'm the only man in the city who
would Indorse His note for $100."
have been, insolent; but being asked to per
form whatj under the circumstances,- be
camo a duty, bis answer was insulting, and
betrayed spirit of insubordination that
called for quick and decisive suppression.
This, and his refusuai ' to place his reig
nation in the hands of the Mayor, neces
sitated his decapitation the extromity
about Republican sheets are now howling.
The editor of the Chicago Times proper
ly appreciates tho necessity for rigid quar
antine along the Illinois border, and sug
gests about the only means that would
prove undeniably effective. In his paper
of Tuesday be says : Dispatshes from Cairo
report that a steamer passing up the Ohio
river from Memphis, yestejday, landed
several sick persons on the Illinois shore,
opposito Paducah. If tho report is con
firmed, means should be found by the
State Board of Health to hold the steamer
and her officers responsible for the consc
quences. A number of lives were saennced
last summer by the perversity of the steam'
boat people who carried their boat-load oi
fever infection up the Ohio to Gallipolis.
If no milder means will serve, the people
of tho river country will be justified in re
sorting to shot-guns and artillery to protect
themselves from this fatal invasion.
" Rev. Philip H. Kroh, an old resident of
Southern Illinois, is writing a series of dis
cursive articles tor the Union County
News. They are by no means devoid of
interest; but once read they are thrown
aside, and like the average newspaper com
munication, are thrown aside and forgotten.
If the Reverend gentleman will draw upon
his store of reminiscences dip into the
early times ot Southern Illinois, and bring
up the unwritten history of the country to
the commencement of the present genera
tionfor which task he is well fitted he
will give to bis articles an interest that will
arrest very general attention and bring the
News into aptive request.
Ocn Radical friends are making a great
fuss about the states rights principles of
the Democratic party, and are persistently
yelling that they are revolutionary, etc.
But let us inquire into their consistency in
this matter, nere is a plank from the Re
publican National' platform of 1800,
adopted at Chicago:
Resolved, That the maintenance of the princi
ple promulgated In the Declaration of Indepec
dence, and embodied in the Federal Constltutlou,
re essential to the preservation of onr Republican
lnteretti, and the rights of the State mntt and
hall be preserved.
This is what they are now denouncing so
bitterly, and what they call revolutionary-
The efforts of tho Republican papers to
get up an Indignant boom against Chicago's
Democratic Mayors, have resulted in signal
atlure. The Mayor stated out with, tho
determination to confine the city's expendi
tures within the appropriations, in the hope
of alternately bettering the city's financial
condition. To carry out this purpose it be
came necessary to reduce the pay of the
men connected with the public service. The
alaries paid, were fixed many years ago,
ad, as compared with present values,
were exorbitant. The Mayor therefore
asked Fire Marshal Benncr, a Republican
pet, to use his influence among his men to
iuuuvv ijtciu fcv Tuiuuioiiijr cimmJUl 10 luO
1 l..i...it yr. t ti
jwvpvscit icuutwuu. jur. ucunurwun some
naughtiness replied that ho "didn't know;
he'd look up tho law on the subject!" If
Mr. Benner had been a law officer of the
corporation instead of a fireman, and if U
bad been asked to give his opinion, Instead
ot Lis official influence, bis answer would
Much to their surprise the Ohio Republi
cans recently learned of a purpose on the
part of Hayes to go outside of Ohio to find
a man to fill the chict justiceship of Utah.
Of course the Ohio Republicans protested
the thing was without precedent, and
would certainly hurt Foster. But Hayes
was firm. He hoped no one would regard
the matter in the light of a precedent, but
really thejnecessities.ot the situation seemed
to demand that ho hunt for the right man
(and he said it with a wink) among the Re
publicans of Missouri. Straightway, and
without the loss of a day, the man Hnnter,
who had asked for the place, slipped over
from Ohio, rented an offico in St. Louis,
and set himself up as a Missouri Republi
can. This was sharp practice. Hayes rec
ognized it, and appointing Hunter, redeem
ed his pledge to give the Utah chief justice
ship to a Missouri Reupblican. It was a
rascally dodge practiced solely to get an-
othcrOhio manintoofflce but toall protests
the complacent fraud replies that he doesn't
hold that a residence of a thousand years
in the State is necessary to distinguish a
man as a Misssouri Republican,
As Anna is said to be 480 feet
above tho level of the sea, any person who
will take refuge thero must, to insure en
tire safety from tho approach ot yellow
fever, climb to the height of 25 feet up a
hundred years, warrant the belief that lo
calities elevated five hundred iect above
the level of the sea are beyond the reach
of the disease. Dr. Drake, in his work,
fixes a limit to the fever at 400 feet in the
United States. Ft. Smith, in Arkansas.
460 above the sea, is the highest point in
which there has been an epidemic. This
was in 1823. Cases were reported at Win
chester, Vt, 700 feet above the 6ea, in
1809, but in this instance it is not a well
authenticated epidemic. A chart giving
the points at which yellow fever has been
treated, with altitude of tho localities,
bIiowb that it has been at St. Louis, 475
feet; Louisville, 450; Cincinnati, 550; Galli
polis, O., 520; and Bald Eagle valley,
Penn., 550 feet above the sea. These, with
"Winchester, are tho highest points it has
ever reached, yet the history of fever at
these places proves that it did not obtain
as an epidemic, and that no new cases were
developed, the ones recorded being those
brought from lower elevations. Memphis
is 2C0 and Vicksburg 175 feet above the
sea. During the last hundred years there
have been epidemics along the Atlantic and
seaboard as far north as Portsmouth, N.
II., but all the points at which it has ap
peared on the coast and back in the coun
try are less than 200 feet above the sea
You Must Cure that Cough. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established tho tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to tho youngest
child, and no mother can efford to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true wo will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 eta. 50cts.
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
soro or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold bv Barclay Brothers.
, Have you Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Yitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured on such terms as
these, Price 10 cents, and 75 cents, Sold by
Well's Persian Perfume "Hackmetack"
rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
Cbbw Jackson's best Sweet Navy Tobacco.
- Is it True. Is it true that a remedy has
been compounded which ill do away with
the mineral and drastic purgatives of the
past centuries, and whfch, while entirely
efficient, will loavo the system In its former
healthy condition! Yes, the remedy is
Tabler's Portalinej or Vegetable Liver Pow
der; a euro for all the disorders arising
from a torpid liver, and as innocent as spring
water. Give it a trial. It will do what it
promises. Price 50 cents a bottle. For
sale by Barclay Bros. :
Oct at Last. "Gooa morning, friend
A,, I am surprised to see you out, and look
ing so well; I heard you were confined to
your room, and bed, by that pest of human
ity, riles." "Yes, Mr. B, I had been long a
sufferer when I heard of Tabler's Buckeye
Pile Ointment. It proved a blessing to me
indeed, one bottle having so fir restored mo
as to enable mo to be about my business
again with ease and comfort. You can rec
ommend it as a gonuino remedy." Price
50 cents a bottle. For sale by Barclay
Our Present Banking System is a vast
improvement on that of twenty years ago,
as every one must admit who remembers
the trouble we had with wild cat money.
Any man who is so bilious as to deny this
should take a dose of Mott's Liver Pills,
and recovejr his normal brilliary condition
as soon as possible.
11 poun 1 Old Barry Letter Heads.
5 " " Note Heads.
5 I'peo Linen Letter Heads.
2U r! Linen Note Heads. '
ThelLyST quality of paper at prices of
tho chtypest grade.
pVund statements all colors.
10 pouiod Bills Lading.
14 and p pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra si iper white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing f 1,00 extra.
Ruling kind Binding, all kinds at The
In the matter
To Lon't I"
notire it hoi
trlct Court o
District of II
of the crodUl'
Ausntt, A. 1)1
of John Q. Ha
in eecMont 51
the United s
Loiilt D. Tbo
order of couj.
Conrt of the United States Southern
of Louie 1). 'i'boms, Bankrupt, In
' Cairo. Illinois, July , A. D. 1679.
. Thomt and whom It may concern
liv t'lvn! That b orikr of the Dis
tho United Sutot lor the Southern
lnoin. the tecoud and third meetlusis
rt or tHid DauHrunt will nc nelu ut
n Mild District, on the lith day of
HH.y. at lo o dock. a. in. at tne omce
rmnn. Ufa., one or toe lteeistcrsin
i sulri District for the buipohi'b named
Uanu&Wiioi tae j;cviteu stiitutetoi
atct, at which meeting you.iheeakl
nil, are required to oe present hy taiu
State ok Il IN0I8 I Circuit court of Alcxan-
J. M. Pblllfpg
.EXANDKR, jder county, September
terra, a. u. is.'J.
'nvt CarollrJe E. Morris, cxcculrix, etc.
uorr:. uaroiinew. jnomn, rm cr
icks. Morrii ". Charlct E. Jiorrie, Margaret Mor-
rit.-On bill i ortorecioeuro.
Affidavit of t ,lie non-reeidence of Caroline E.
Morris Execnt)lrll Caroline E. iuorrit, Caroline W.
it, the defendants above named,
d in the office of the clerk of caid
Alexander count v. notice it hereby
dnon-retideut defendant!, tbat the
t C.ecl bit bill of complaint in eaid
anccrv tide thereof on the Slat day
188. Now. therefore, unless von.
ue E. Morris. Executrix. Caroline E.
ne W. Morrie, Frederick S. Morris,
rrtl, and M argaret Morrie shall per-
i uppvar oeiore iuo mm circuit court
'I'tniitv ftn fh flrnt iIav nf thfl npTt
79. and rlead. answer or demur to
lnant's bill of complaint, the tame.
and tumps tliercw cnargca and
iken as confessed, and a decree en
i occordlne to the prayer of said
JOHN A. REEVE, Clerk.
bavins been til'
circuit court of
Klven to the tni
court on the Ci
of July, A. D.
the said Carol
Charles E. M
tonally be u.,
and the mattei
stated, will be
tered against y
R. 8. Yocmr
July 21st, lb? I
pUBLICATl'ltf NOTICE CHANCERY.
State ok Iu.i
County or AleI
Linker, Dyat F.i
noib, i Clrcnitconrtof Alexander
xandeb, f county, September term,
A. V. Jb7U.
marker, J ode
ants above nam
the clerk of salt
notice is hereby
fendants.that 1 1
coinnlaint in sal
on the loth day
unless you, tne
Llnkor. Dyas F,
pear before the
county on tne nv
be bo den at the
In said county, o
en bill fcr partition.
non residence of ElizabethT-lnker,
Dyat F. I'arker, of the the defend-
d. havinc been filed in the office of
circuit conrt of Alexander county,
.lvcn to tho said non-resident de-
complainant baa filed his bill of
1 court on tne chancery side thereof
i diuy, A. u. i7. ow.tnerefore,
said Elizabeth Linker. William
I'arker shall personally be and ap-
saiu circuit, conn oi Alexander
t day of the next term thereof, to
ourt bouse In tho city of Cairo.
ii the 15th day of September. A. D.
' WIW ADVIRTI8MINT.
18,9, and plead, aFj(wer or aiJlnIir t0 tb0 (ftid com.
complaint, the same and tbe mat
if ruin charged and stated, will be
'I. and a decree entered aculuat
tbo prayer of taidblll.
JOHN A. REEVE, Cleik.
r, Complainant t Solicitors.
nlainant't bill of
tors and things til
taken at confess
yon according to
GniKN A Gilher
July 17th, 1879,
tbe premise! hen
payment or seven
WnHl?F AS. WllHom TO Tl, . J ,f...t.
V TV . v'"ivu ouu .uunna
i. juoruiou, u nneir certain Trun Deed dated
May the 3Mb, A. Lf. 18(17 and recordud In the Record.
en office In Alexander County, in Book "V." Pare
wj, uu u muvwiiivrj iuiueunaerieneaB8 iTUPU'o
f Ha nrwm hunt , Inn 1 A ... u j a . ,
,lromlsory notet for the turn of
TAMES MEYER, Jit's
INODOROUS AND C0L0KLESS.
The Most Effective, Powerful and Cheapest
Disinfectant and Deodorizer
Destroys and Neutralizes the Most Offensive Odors and Toieonous Gases, arising
from Imperfect Sewerage or any other Source of Infection.
ARRESTS AND PREVENTS CONTAGION,
And is Unrivalled for the Dressing of Offensive Wounds.
Compounded frm Metalic Salts, Zinc, Copper and Baryta 10 Beaurne
By JAMES MEYER, Jr., Sole Manufacturer in the U. 8.
SIX YEARS SEVEREST TESTS.
J. M. VANDEGIUFF. President of the Howard Association, New Orleans, Nov.
19th. writes: "The Girondin has been fully tested by the members of this Association
during the last epidemic, and it is their general opinion that it is the best preparation of
"I therefore consider it my duty to recommend its use, not alone during epidemics, I JjXliVJLJJJuiXii (x JvJLUiNrJ X. IS
uut us an article inui buuum uu kuiii in every weu-regutatcu nuutteiiuiu.
Fluid Extract '
IB II 1 II II I
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XJ J J XX. J '
A Specific Remedy For All
New Orleans, November 19th, 1878.
"Having freely used the Girodin Disinfectant in my private practice and for the
Howard Association, during the past epidemic in this city, I can testify to its claims as
a disinfectant ami deodorizer. Jn my opinion it is without an equal."
MONTGOMERY BROWN, M. D.
TRICE SOcts for Quart Bottle. Cull and get pamphlet giving the various uses to
which it may be applied.
Exclusive Agents, Cairo, Illinois.
HOLMAFS FBVEE PADS.
For Debility, Lo of Memory, Itditpotitiort lo
Exertion or BuniovM, fchomie.f of Hreatb,
Troubled with Tboncbtl nf Dlret.e. Itimrien of
VIkIod, Pain in tbe Back. Cbent, and Head. Ku.h of
Blood to tbe Head, I'ale CotiMer.ance andi)ry
If there fvmptoroi are allowed to go on. very
frequently Epileptic Fit and Consumption follow.
Wben tbe cou.tftutlon bocomea affected it requiree
tbe aid of an invigorating medicine to . :n i-acn
and tone np tbe ryatem wbicb
DOES IN EVEBY CASE.
We are authorized Special Agents for the proprietors. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU
BARCLAY BROTHERS, Cairo.
Hingstons Poison Fly Plate
AT BARCLAY BROTHERS,
Will kill more flies in less time than any other poison ever
offered to the pnblic.
By any remedy known. It I prcscrllel by ibv
morl eminent pbyilciast ail over the wurid, in.
PAINTS AND TARNISHES.
riLOSS OIL ANL VAPivrisii company.
178 Prince Street, New York.
Copal, Coach, Furniture, Damar and all other Varnishes,
Liquid and Japan Dryers and Gloss Oil.
Onr cbcap GIom Oil Varniab. for tbe price, baa no equal in tbe market.
OUR DRYERS ARE THE BEST,
Dry quick and win mix with all kind of oil.
OUR VARNISHES ARE THE BEST
And have no equal ; bo cosceded by tbe trade.
UV hVO avav f n U tn tnfinfortno nnnAm nt A - -1 . i , .....
. o . - h ,v iuc rarnc pi'rionai aiieuiion.
SAMPLES and quotation! ent witb pleamrc at any time. (Soliciting your orders we reaain,
NEW YORK ENAMEL PAINT & VARNISH CO;
Aches and Pains,
r.vwv v" J1 ,vu"ru1 uwwi iur iuv cum uj
one thononnrl M(Hn HmUi-. DM-h A4 ui ...
fpectivcly in four ( i) Ave (5) ix (6) (even (7) eiirbt
(Hi nine () and ten (10) yeari from date, with inter
eat at the rale of I on per cent per annum, payahle
aimi-annually from date and whereas five (S) of said
notes are now duo and unpaid witb interest on
same from the S5tt of May A. D. 1874 to this date
And whereas tbe i egal holder of said notes bus
called upon the un derslgned to sell theprcmlces
hereinafter describe d to satisfy said notes and inter-
NfllV thAtpfnM fln niaiiarttrt iftk i . -
ON WEDSESDAYItIIE WTO DAY OP AUGUST,
A. 1). 1879.
between ths bonrs of ten (10) o'clock A. M., and 8
ociuc r. m. oi sain oay, on tne premises herein
after described intlhecltV Of Cairn. III. r.,J
to sell at public ven.due to the hlKhcst bidder for
w'". mo lunuwiuK ui-rtnuru neai estate, tO-Wltl
Lots number nine ()te (lO)e!tVen (11) twelve (13)
the first addition to 'tbe city of Cairo. Illinois, as
platted by tbe Trustees of'cairo ti?y Property,
!,,.l"!all.,heon,l1f.of Alexander, fillnols, and
&i 0 rlh,nd 1' wlemptlon of the said
W illiam W. Thornton and Martha M. Thornton bis
wife, their heirs, executors, administrators, and s
Urus therein, to satisfy said trust and all costi and
MVUFUa VI CACllllIUKIllCPiUIIlC.
EDWARD A. WILSON. Tmate
BprlDBfleld, His.. Jnly tb. 1879. ' 1 rDMe'
AEE YOU GOING TO PAINTP
THEN USE NEW YORK
ZinV'Sr "I -trlctly pure White Lead.
and Dl.h ; and.tbey find tbe colors and Kre 1m K Z iJStT' X" "PI ?'. ?W"?
ior exposure to beat and cold, and any one usinuit once wti T i V" "vu "1."" ' P
nse our namea for reference. Kesueetfuiiv ' r" "b .'."S .'i'."!0 JrvlvP to
Sampiecardfree. Addr YO" KNAV 3f'
1JV l'rince btreet, New York.
General Debility. ,
General 111 Health.
Female Complaints, etc.
Iltadirhn. ruin In it,.. . .
Jess. Sour Stomach Eruptions, W tS I.,' m,
Mouth. I'aliiltntlnn nf ,v.L 1 ,! ' n
Kion of tbe-Kidney-s and a tboui. ,3 o,b, painful'
symptoms, are tbeofTrprinRs of D)p"pM.
( IRON W0RR3.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
STEAM FORGE. .
Vuloan Iron "Works
98 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, HIS. ,
John T. Eennie,
manufacturinR Steam uKlues and 1 Mill Machinorv
Having t Steam Hammer and amp , , Toil ? tlft
mauufwilnre of all kinds of Mucbinirr iV.d
Steamboat and Bridne Foririnus mu PinS!tll
Br,MJK!,lnf" 0f." k,a" ffil to ordei
Np FitUug In all Its branches.
LIEE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
Invigorates the Stomach,
And stimulates the torpid Llvtir. Bowels, and KIH ,
neys to healthy action, in cleansing the blood nf1
all imnur ties, and mnm0 ift. " ., ",ooa
tbe wholo system, r a y,Bor l0
A slnsle trial will ha .iifni,t ... . .
luo,t hesitating of it. valuabiV VuSuie..
PRICE $1 PER BOTTLE
Or Six Botdes for $5.
ASSETS, January 1, 1879,
SURPLUS over Seven &Zffi&i"'!t-
Delivered to any address fruo from obsorvntint,
'I'atl(.uts" nay consult by lottT Sffi ii,
line attention ashy callln r' rtt?lvln ho
(Jonipetent physicians attend to correspondents.
All letters should bo sddressed to. """"
, H. T. HELMB0LD.
Bniffffist and ChmM,
Washington Avenue, Cor. Twelfth Street, See that the private Proprieta
ry Stamp is on each bottle.