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K. A. Burnett. Cairo. IMlnols
pnly Morning Dally In Sonthern Illinois
Largest Circulation ot any Daily in
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
K. A. Burnett, Publisher.
M.S. Harrell, Editor.
The acreage in corn is larger than lust
year-, the gain in Illinois is 7 percent., but
Indiana and Ohio Bhow some decrease. The
condition in tho South s low on-account of
drouth, and Texas is down for only half a
crop. The Northern State show a fair con
dition, and those West of the Mississippi a
very high average over 100.
Tnn acreage ot tobacco for the whole
country shows a decrease. The seed-leaf
growing States have an increase of 13 per
cent, but the States producing the ship
ping, manufacturing and smoking tobacco
show a material decrease from last year,
with the single exception of North Caro
lina, which has an increase.
Tint State of Georgia, too, appreciates
the necessity of having a power, represent
ifig the people, to stand between the rail'
road corporations and the individual citi
zen. Her Legislature has provided for
the creation of a Board of Railroad Com
missioners, sot unlike those of Illinois and
Missouri. Nearly all the States that have
considerable railroad interest, oro uo
maintaining railroad commissions.
The Chicago property holders don't want
elevated street railroads. Three companies
have petitioned the Chicago council for the
, privilege of building roads of this descrip
tion, but they have been met by the pro
tests of thousands of citizens who live and
i " own property along the proposed routes.
The experience of New York has satisfied
. them that if they don't want their property
rendered almost valueless they must take
the wind out of the sails of the elevated
The Memphis Appeal argues that, be
cause yellow fever originated in Memphis,
this year, a resort to quarantine is a foolish
absurdity. We fail to see the force of the
AnnmiP m dcnninrr Tt la undeniable that
the germs are transportable. The ac
knowledgment of this fact is equally an
acknowledgment that quarantine is a nec-
casarv nreventive. The Appeal, continu
1 ing its remarks, says: "The yellow fever
K -, . - - -
. now prevailing here is of undisputed local
origin. We have, therefore, no confidence
in xne cmcacy oi quarantine to prcveDi
recurrinc visit of the plague. Tho Mul-
brandon case is supposed to have originated
in flnmifpa nreserved in a trunk: the Rav
cases to privy poison ; but the Tobin case
is one that, having no connection with the
others, and originating no one can tell
where, puzzles the will and dumbfounds
the most expert There is not, and has
not been, a case of yellow fever reported
this summer anywhere on the Gulf or South
- Atlantic coasts, or in the interior of the
country save here, aad we have not had any
Cuban, Mexican, Brazilian or West In-
dian visitors. Therefore it could not have
V been Imported."
Another fact, Bays the Louisville Courier-
V I J ww MI.VIUVIIV BV1U'
tiny of last year is that agencies which will
k effectively combat small-pox, cholera, typ
hoid and other filth iVmpuat framonti-
journal, aeveinwd iv tho ini.itirmnf di..
-- -- .IVUUVUVIJ
prove powerless wnen used agaiust ye'luw
' , fever, which finds its mat where it is warm
nd moist, and may combine with any one
of halt a dozen conditions to become a des
troyer. Low, swampy , grounds in the
' tnmfoa lonc-contlnued tem oerature and east
v nA annrh windi! filth in citieu and on ship
board; loog-continuea caim weaiDer, uu
. broken bv thunder-storm; the exposure of
decaying Vegetable and animal matttr to a
fiercely hot aiin ; inefficient drainage ana urn
exhalation from disturbed ground are the
conditions for trie propagation of yellow
fever. In combination with any one of
them the gcrma may be incited to activity,
Without the presence of a plant of yellow
fever, defective drainage, opening ot sewers,
throwing up new earth, will, of themselves,
scarcely produce yellow lever. They may
engender malaria and typhoid, but not the
scfiurgeof the South.
Thk Republicans of Wisconsin have de
clared, In their State platforms, that this
is a Nation, and not a Confederacy. The
purpose of the party is not concealed from
the dullest of minds, and the question now
is, will the Democratic party fall into the
trap that is being prepared for teem? The
Democratic party hold that the people of
tho States have the right to hold their elec
tions without Federal interfence-'-that they
should not be subjected to arrest and im
prisonment by Federal marshals or Federal
soldiers. The Democracy is prepared to go
before the country on this issue; but should
not, and we . believe will not, accept the
general issue presented by the Repub
Concerning the marble beds in Union
county, the Anna Fruit Grower, of the
24th, speaks as follows: "Col. Kirkham, in
company with two Carbondale gentlemen,
Mr. J. II. Kirkham and Mr. Hayden, have
bought three quarries in this county. A
sample of the marble found on the farm of
Col. A. J. Nimmo, east of this place was
sent to St. Louis last week, and men who
are compent to judge wrote to Col.Kirkham,
"Tho Nimmo sample is the finest shell mar-
bio we ever saw," and then went on to
make various enquiries. We learn that
there are acres of the marble on Col. Nim-
mo's farm, and if it proves to be a fact,
Col. Nimmo is a lucky man. WTe under
stand that marble mills will be put up in
Anna and the marble sawed out for market.
There is no doubt in our mind, but that the
rango of bills from the Miesissipi to the
Ohio rivers contain not only valuable mar
ble quarries, but also lead and iron and pos
sibly more precious metals. The most val
uable marble found is north of Jonesboro.
It resembles Italian marble, but is much
better, it is said."
Our learned statiscians are indulging in
speculations as to what figures the next cen
sus will reveul. General Walker is of the
opinion that it will add 10,000,000 to the
census of 1870, giving us a total of 48,000.
000. If, as is predicted, two-thirds of this
increaso is found in the West and North
west, the Mississippi valley will control
Congress at will. It will step up from the
position suppliant to that of dispenser of
favors. It will no longer Iw r ompelled
to beg for the comparatively small sums
necessary to improve its grand water
courses, but will be in a position to take
them. While "no pent up Utica will con
tract its powers" it will, nevertheless, be.as
generous as it is powerful. For the past
niggardliness of the Middle and New En
land States, it will return generosity. In
fact to give the government to the control
of this grand and wide-spread valley, will
serve to give it bigsjer heart to pour into
its organization the bounding blood of a
strong, vigorous young giant, and to make
it great in its aims and great in its achieve
HOW THEY ARE FAREING.
Grenada, Mississippi, the heaviest sufferer
from tho scourge of 1879, sends greeting to
the outside world: The health of this
place was never better. Not un alarming
symptom so far. The sanitary condition of
the town is perfect. Country negroes ex
pecting the issuance ot free rations have
been pouring in by tho hundred, and were
intensely disgusted when informed that no
free rations would be issued.
From Martin, Tennessee, we receive in
telligence under date ot the 23rd, that the
sporadic case that terminated fatally on the
15th instant, was the first and is the last
and only case. Very few people in the
The prediction 'of a Dr. Summers, that
Nashville would sutler from the yellow fe
ver before the middle of August caused
considerable excitement. As the city has
been full of Memphis refugees for a period
of two weeks or more, and as not a single
case, sporadic or otherwise, has occurred, in
the city, the more intelligent class claim
that Dr. Bummers is merely indulging in a
guess that notoriety may tollqw.
Vicksburg, Port Hudson, Jackson, Holly
Springs, and all other points that suffered
last year, have escaped entirely.
All of which brings very gratifying as
From D. G. Owens, drugg'iBt, Altoonn,
Pa.: "Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup has a won
derful reputation, the demand for it is really
aBtooiiliing. Mothers will have no other.
It is destined to supercede all other sooth
You Must Curb that Cocgo. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
THE DAILY flAIRO BULLETIN;
Bronchitis, Wboopinf Cougn, ,Atnma, ana
all diseases t-f Throat and Lungs, it lg abso
lutely without an equal, Twoaoses will ro
lievo your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the 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 truo we will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. 50ct.
and 1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
gore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Tor
ous Plaster. Sold bv Barclay Brothers.
Hate 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 Vitalizer. 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
Barclay Brothers. ;
Well's Persian Perfume "Hackmetack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold 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 do6e of Mott's Liver Pills,
and recover his normal brilliary condition
as soon as possible
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
5J " " " Noto Heads.
8 ' Linen Letter Heads.
2i " Linen Note Heads.
The best quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest gTade.
5jj pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 16 pound Bill Heads all Bizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $l,oo oxtra.
Ruling and Binding, all kinds at'ln
In the district Court of the United States Southern
District of Illlnoie.
In tbo matter of LonU 1). Tbom, J)aDkrnpt,-In
Cairo. Illinois. July . A. D. 1879.
To Lon! D. Thorns and whom it may concern,
notice ic hereby given: That l)y order of the Dis
trict Court of the United States tor the Sonthern
Diw'.ct of liliooiti, the fecond and third meeting
of the creditor of said bankrnpt will he held at
Mt. Vernon, in aid District, on the 12th day of
Autrr.ft. A. D. IKK. at 10 o'clock, a. m. at the office
of Juhu Q. Uarman. Eeo., one of the Kegif ters in
Bankruptcy in ald Dif met for the purpoce named
In cection mi and W.3 of the Revised Statutes of
the United States, at which meeting yttm, the said
Louis 1). Thorns, arc required to be present by suid
order of court. . Oeokgb Fisueb. Assignee.
PUBLICATION NOTICE CHANCERY.
Statu op Illinois, I Circuit court of Alezan
Coi'NTvr of Aljxandib, )' der county, September
J. M. rhilJIps, vs Caroline E. Morris, executrix, etc.
Caroline E. Morris. Caroline W. Jtorrls, Freder
ick S. .Morr's. Charles E. Morris, Margaret Mor
ns. On bill for Foreclosure.
Affidavit of tho non-residence of Caroline E.
Morris, Executrix. Caroline E. Morns. Caroline W.
Morris, Frederick S. Morris. Charles . Morris and
Mar caret Morris, the defendants above named,
haviuu been tiled is the office of the clerk of said
circuit court of Alexander county, notice is hereby
given to the said non-resident defendants, that the
complainant has filed his bill of complaint In said
court on the Chancery side thereof on the 31st day
of July. A. D. 188. Now, therefore, unless you,
the said Caroline E. Morris. Executrix, Caroline E.
Morris, Caroline W. Morris, Frederick S. Morris,
Charles E. Morris, r.-.d Margaret Morris shall per
sonally be and appear before the said circuit court
of Alexander county on the first (lay of the next
term thereof, to be Lolden in the court house In tho
city ef Cairo, in said connty, on the 15th day of Sep
tember. A. D- lfOi. arxl iiliiad. answer or demur in
the euld cumpia.ii.M't vtu v.nujjianji. iuc rume,
the matters and thincs therein charged and
stated, will be taken as confessed, and a decree en
tered against you according to the prayer of said
bill. JOHN A. REEVE, Clerk.
R. 8. Yocum, Complainant s Solicitor.
July 21st. 1WJ.
)UBLICATION NOTICE CHANCERY,
Coi'ntv or Alexander, ( connty. September term,
A. I). 1KH.
William Tweed Tarkcr
Elizabeth Linker, William
Linker, Dvas F. Parker. Jode
Parker, Robert H . Cunning
ham, Lizzie K. Hughes
en bill fcr partition.
Affidavit of tbo con residence of Elizabeth-Linker,
Willium Linker. Ilvas F. Parker, of the the defend
ants above named, having been filed in the office of
the cierK or said circuit court oi Alexander coumy,
ndtlre is berobv civen to the said non-resident de-
Isnuants.tnat me compiainaui nas nieu am uiu ui
complaint in said court on the chancery side thereof
on the Kith day of July, A. V. K. aow, tnereiorc.
unless yon, tbo said Elizabeth Linker. William
Linker. Dvas F. Parker shall personally be and ap
pear before the said circuit court of Alexander
county on tho first duyof the Lext term thereof, to
in said countv. on the 1Mb dav of Smituinbor, A. li.
and plead, answer or demur to the taid com
plainant's bill of complaint, the same and the mut
ters and things therein charged and stated, will be
taken as confessi-d, and a decree entered against
you according to the prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. REEVE, Cleik.
Green Gilbeut, Complainant s Solicitors.
WHEREAS. 'William W. Thornton and Martha
M. Thormou. by tueir certain Trust Died dated
May the '.'Mb. A. D. lWand recorded In the Record
ers office in Alexander County, in Book "V." Page
481, i and 3 did convey to the undersigned as Trustee
the premises hereinafter described to secure the
payment of seven promlsory notes for the sum of
one inonsauu uixm) dollar eacn ana payable re
spectively in four (4) five (S) six C) seven (7) eight
(H) nine (') and ten (10) years from date, with inter
est at the rate of ten per cent per annum, pavahlo
semi-anuusiiy iromcate ana wncrcas nvu oj or sam
notes are now due and unpaid with interest on
same from the ioth of May A. I) lt-74 to this date.
And whereas the legal holder of said notes has
called ctnin the undersigned to sell the premises
hereinafter described to sutisfy said notes and inter
Now thorcfnro In pursuance of tho terms of
said Seed of Trust tbo undersigned will,
ON THURSDAY THE 4T1I PAY OF SEPTEEBER,
A. D. 1S7U.
between ths hours of ten (10) o'clock A.M., and 5
o doe r. m. oi saia uny, on tuu premises herein
after described in the city of Cairo, Ills., proceed
to sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for
cash, the following described Real Ettnte, to-wit:
Lots nnmlier nine (filten (10) eleven (Hi twnlvi. mo
and thirteen (lit) in block number sixteen (in) in
the first addition to tbo city of Cairo, Illinois, as
platted by tho Trustoes of Cairo Ci'v Property,
situated in tneuouuiyor Alexander, Illinois, niid
al the rk-hls sml equity of redemption of the said
William W. Thornton and Martha M. Thornton his
wife, their heirs, executors, administrators, nnd as
signs therein, to satisfy said trust and oil costs and
expenses of executing thesnmo
B. F. MARSHALL, Trustee.
Springfield, Ills., July ttth.lB'.D.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcak Iron "Yokks
08 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, III?.
John T. Hennie,
HAVING established his works at tbo above men
tloned place ta bettor prepared tliiiu vis fiTr
manufacturing Steam Engines and Mill Machlii-ry
manufacture of all kinds of Msebtuiry. Kj i,',,.
v.i... " i lines si
Brass twines of all kinds made to oidei
Plpu Fitting lo ail 111 branches.
SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1870.
JAMES MEYER; Jb'b
INODOROUS AND COLOELESS.
The Most Effective, PowerM and Cheapest
Disinfectant and Deodorizer
Destroys arid Neutralizes the Most Offensive Odors and Poisonous 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 10s Deoome
By JAMES MEYER, Jr., Sole
SIX YEARS SEVEREST TESTS.
J. M. VANDEG1UFF, President of the
19th. writes: "Tho Gibondin has been fully
during tho last epidemic, and it is their general opinion that it is the best preparation of
the kind that has ever been otlcrca to tho public.
"I therefore consider it my duty to recommend its use, not alone during epidemics.
but as an article that should be kept in every
"Having freclv used the Gihodin Disinfectant in my private practice and for the
Howard Association, durins the past epidemic in this city, I can testify to its claims as
a disinfectant and deodorizer, in my opinion it m without an equal."
MONTGOMERY BROWN, M. 1).
PRICE OOcts for Quart Bottle,
which it may be applied.
HOLMAFS FEVER PADS.
We are authorized Special
Hingstons Poison Fly Plate
Will kill more flies in less
offered to the public.
riLOSS OIL AND VARNISH COMPANY.
178 Prince Street, New York.
Copal, Coach, Furniture, Damar and all .other Varnishes
Liquid and Japan Dryers and Gloss Oil.
Our cbcap Gloss Oil Varuieb. for the price, Las no equal iu the market.
OUR DRYEKS ARK THE BEST,
Dry qulik and will mix with all kinlf of oi). .
OUR VARNISHES ARE THE BEST
Aid have do equal; so conceded by tbe trade.
wc nave every facility to manufacture cood of em
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THEN USE NEW YORK
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LIFE ASSUEAICE SOCIETY
12U Broadway, -
ASSETS, Januakv 1, 1879,
SURPLUS over Seven Million Dullurs.
Washington Avenue, Cok. Twelfth Stkeet,
Manufacturer in the U. S.
Howard Association, New Orleans, Nov,
tested by tho members of this Association
New Orleans, November 19th, 1878
cct pamphlet trivinc the various uses to
Exclusive Agents, Cairo, Illinois.
Agents for the proprietors.
time than any other poison ever
- clau quality at tbe lowed price, ax wo but for
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B U C H U .
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BLADDER & KIDNEYS
For Debility. Lota of Memory. Indltpofitlon to
Exertion or Bucineti, bbortnof of Breath.
Troubled with Thonubta of Ditea.e. Ditnnea. of
VlDloD, Fain In tbo Duck, Cbcet, and Head. Kuxb of
Blood to tbe Head, Pale Couctenauce and Dry ktu.
If tbere fvmptomn are allowed to to on, very
frequently Epileptic Mtaand t'onfnmption follow.
When tbe conMitntion becomea allectid it require
tbe aid of an itjv!t;oratiLg medicine to trcnt;tben
and tone up tbe lyttero wbicb
DOES IN EVERY CASE.
By any remedy known It i pre.cribed by the
mot eminent pbytldabi all over tbe ur:d, in.
Aches and Tains,
General 111 Health.
Female Complaints, etc.
Headache. Pain In tbe nhouldor". I'tinch,
Jem. tsour Stomach Eruption. Hud TaKc Iu tb
.Month. Palpitation ol tbe lkart. pniD in tbe re
iiion of tho Kidney', and a thonnmd other Painful
ym;.toai. aretbeofl'i'prlr.Kt of Dyepcpna.
Invigorates the Stomach,
And ( 1mii1nti tVi tnplil T ti,....' .
cevBto hvaltby actloD, In clcanttintf thu blood of
animpunUcindimpirtiLgnewlifoBiid vlicor to
A .It I'll, trial m l,a .n(nl.,. .t.
moat hesitating of Its valnnble remedial iiuaiitles.
PRICE SI PER BOTTLE
Or Six Bottles for $5.
Delivered to any addrens frco from obnurvatlon .
"Putlenta" mav consult br letter.
snmo attention as by calllnR. n
vorapetent pnysicians atiena to correspondent.
All letters should bs sddrested to.
H. T. HELM BOLD.
Drncsrlst and Chemist,
See that the private Proprieta
ry Stamp is on each bottle.