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OFFICIAL PAPER 07 ALEXANDER COUNTY.
K. A. Burnett, Publisher.
M.B. Harrell, Editor.
One of the novelties of the Berlin ex
hibition is a railway about C50 feet lonp, on
which three cars, carrying twenty pas
sengers, are drawn by an electric locomo
Some of the Washington correspondents
demonstrate mathematically that ilr.
Hayes Bavcs f 40,000 a year out of the
salary of the presidential office. At this
Arate he will have $100,000 ot Mr. Tildcn's
money, to say nothing oi interest, at the end
of his term.
Tnic New York World accuses Stewart
L.Woodford with having "stuffed" Mr
' Mines, the author of the sensational 6tory
which was published a few weeks ago to
the effect that Grant intended toputTilden
in Fort Lafayette if he attempted, in New
York city, to be sworn in as president of
the United States. Woodford does not de
ny that he told tho story to Mines, but de
nies that there is any truth in it. If Wood
ford is a romancer the world ought to
""" FiioM a correspondent of Nature: "Soms
years ago I brought three glow worms lroui
Wales to London, and at night I put them
on the grass, when all showed their lights;
but on looking for them a short .timo after,
one had entirely disappcard. On searching
for it my hand came against something
cold, and on taking it to the light I found
it to bo a snail, about an inch and a halt
long by one-fourth Inch in diameter. The
brute had swallowed tho glow worm, and I
could see the light shining inside!" I
The Saturday Review regrets that there
is no legal means of suppressing such
sermons as Talmage's. Talmnga isn't the
kind of man to bo disturbed by writs of
injunction and prohibition. It would take
a whole army of deputy sheriffs to restrain
him. It is rumored, however, that he will
be tried by another council of his church as
. Hoon as he returns, on charges arising out
of his conduct in England, it is said that
the highly sensational telegrams which have
been published here, of his doings across
the water, were dictated by himself.
The religious brethren, very properly we
think, are giving Bishop Haven a verbal
keel-hauling. They claim that he should
devoto his time and talents to the work of
saving souls, and leave the nomination und
election of Grant to the Belknaps, the Bub
cocks, tho Robcsons, and other public plun
derers and place-hunters who have such nn
enthusiasm for tho third-term candidate.
In short, the Bishop's brethren think that
if ho wants to make Grant President it will
require his whole time, and if he 1b deter
mined to carry out his intentions as to
Grant, he had better resign the ecclesiast
ical office to which he was unaccountably
' No event in tho world's history las had
a greater influence on commerce, than the
. construction of tho Suez canal. The re
venues of the canal have increased from
: $1,000,000 in 1870 to 17,000,000 nt year.
Tho shares of tho company wai 400,000, the
par value being 100. They fell as low as
, $20, and afterward advanced to fOQ at the
; opening of the canal. Five years later tbt
' rose to $114, at which Mr. Disraeli bought
176,603 for tho British government. Now
' tho stock is $144 with prospects of a furth
er advance. In tho success of this canal
wo can read the still trnater success of
Kads Isthmus ship railroad. At no capital
1st now living could expect to realize on
money invested in Lessep'i Isthmus , canal
project, because tho lapse of a quarter of a
century would scarcely see it completed,
the EadB' railroad, that might bo built in
four or five years, looms up as tho grand
opportunity of the century for tho profita
ble investment of money. It will serve,
if undertaken, to draw out tho sluggish
capital of us newspaper lellows.
Managers and agents of theatrical com
binations who have planned tho tail and
winter campaign, are in stew. The man
agers of tho four great trunk railroads con
necting tho East and West instituted an in
quiry with a view of determining why they
should discriminate in favor of show people,
and tailed to discover the "why." Where
fore it is reported that tho New York Cen
tral, Erie, Pennsylvania Central and Balti
more and Ohio managments have combined
against any reduction of rates to threatrical
people. This move on tho part of tho rail
roads did not enter into the calculations of
the dramatic managers and agents when
they were organizing their seasons, and
they don't like tho looks of it.
Comklinq is fiery, resentful, measurably
dignified, but not too much of a man to
descend to truckling, even to tho swallow
ing of indignities to achieve his aims,
which consist in a great part, of late, to
squelch his enemies. In furtherance of a
purpose of this nature he has relused to eo
to Ohio to speak for Foster; but will make
two speeches in Maine. There is a double
aim in this. It is a stab at Sherman, whom
he hates with an inveterate hatred ; and is
a tub to the Maino whale,whom hehates but
seems disposed to mollify. Blaine called
him a turkey-cock and robbed him of the
control of tho New York custom house, yet
he gulps down that insult and fondles tho
hand that smote him, that he may use it as
a smiter of Sherman.
No Folar expedition ever left this court
try with which greater expectations were
hinged than with that which lately went
out under the patronage of the New York
Herald, aud management of Capt. DeLdng.
But an old polar salt, named Capt. Laven
der, seems to have greatly weakened those
expectations by a little plain, common sense
reasoning. His principal reason is enough
for the purpose, even though a pasage could
be mado or found. One hundred and thirty-
fivo tons of coal all she can posiblo carry
are not sufficient to venture so far outside
of the coal regions with, when the vessel
consumes eight tons a day. Another mis
take, he thinks, is in not providing the ves
sel with several good balloons capable of
making 1,200 feet cable ascensions. Ships
have already reached points where at an
elevation of 1,000 feet a man with a tele
scope could look beyond tho place of tho
pole, and such an inspection would certainly
solvo the question of an open polar sea.
THE " MICHIGAN PET" AND THE
"NEW YORK UNKNOWN."
Not long ago Senator Chandler took oc
casion to boast of his prowess as a pugilist;
said he had had six months' severe training
under a widely known master; could hit a
blow of iron, and even went so far as to
have a Boston reporter "feel of his muscle."
These facts becoming known, a New York
pugilist, who signs himself "Unknown,"
challenges Mr. Chandler to a fistic bout for
$1,000 a side tho "Unknown" even going
so far as to givo Mr. C. the advantage of
thirty pounds' and to mako his prelimi
nary deposit with the editor of the New
York Wortd. "Since then," the World says,
"we have not received a word from Cliruid
ler, nor. has ho made any deposit. We in
voke the judgment of conscientious sport
ing men on his action. The pretext that is
put forward by 6ome of his friends, that he
is waiting to see his backers will not avail
him. Chandler is believed to bo able to
back himself, and if he really had tho con
fidence he protesses in nis own powers we
should have heard from him before this.
Moreover, ho and Mr. Hayes are on excel
lent terms since the vetoes were sent in.
Even if Mr. Huyes is unwilling, on grounds
of moral scruple or commercial
prudence, to back Zacli, a small assess
ment (of course not compulsory, but only
suggested as an expression of zeal) to be
levied on the clerks of tho departments
alone would furnish Zuch all that he needs
not only for his stake, but for his training
expenses also. It is not necessary that the
contest should be an actual prize fight with
in the meaning of the statute. A match
with hard gloves or with blackened gloves,
face hits only to count, would be a legal
performance. Such a contest between Zuch
Chandler and the Unknown would yield
enough in gate money to reimburse tho ex
penses of both men and leave a handsome
surplus. Wo are bound to say to the Mich
igan Pet in all frankness that his course
h:iB given rise to the most unplcuount sus
picions, and that unless he means to retire
from the ring altogether it bebooves him to
do something to allay theso sucpicions. Wo
have a letter from our Unknown, which ex
citement and the lack of early educational
advantage combino to render almost unde
cipherable, in which tbee iepicion are
very strongly cxprtescd. ,',W mppress it at
present, out of considcratior or Chandler,
but at tho eamo tiuio wo wa Mm jbat it
hat become necessary for hfii, in defence
of his reputation as a sporti man and of
tho honor if Michigan, to lcjli hear from
him or his money. We rep it, be must
"put up or shut up." f'f . .
Ouh TkeIest Banking 6wb is a vast
improvement on that of twnty years ago,
as every ono must admit w'io remembers
the trouble wo had with w.ld cat money.
Any man who is eo bilious aA to deny this
should take a doso of Mottij Liver Pills,
and recover his normal brilary condition
as soon as possible
You Mcst Cure that Co on. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure yoi can euro
yourself. It has established tbL tact that
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Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Alhma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungsit is abso
lutely without an equal, Twodoas will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is rieasant to
tako and perfectly harmless to tie youngest
child, and no mother can efford tt be with
out it. You can use two thirds a a bottle
and if what we say is not truo wo Will re
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and'$l,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold hv Barclay Brotlnrs.
Hate you Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to vso Shi
loh's System Vitalizes It guararteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you citu uo cured on sucti terms as
these. Price 10 cents, and 75 ce&ts. Sold by
Barclay Brothers. !
Well's Persian Perfume "lUckmetack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Soldby Barclay
Are you bilious? If so, (procure Dr.
Bull's Baltimore Pills, the sp cific for Tor
pid Liver, and observe the gTit iclief this
valuable remedy will afford yok.
A Democrat Cured. A killing Demo
crat of Burlington, Mr. E. M. Sitton speaks
in the highest terms of the cutive power
of the celebrated Kidney-Wtft. If first
cured him of a distressing kidu;y disease,
and ho now uses it whenever ue has any
symptoms of bilhousness or neejs toning
up. It acts efficiently on tho hovels, and
cares tho worst cases of piles. ')
Chew Jackson's best Sweet Nary To
Id tho District Court of the United Htatcn Southern
I)irict of Dlinoi. 1
Id tho mutter of Louis V. Tuodib, Eankrppt,-Ia
Cairo, Illinois, July 23, A. D 187!.
To Lon's D. Tbomg and whom It may concern,
notice ie hereby given: That by order of (be D)h
trlct Court of tne United States tor the Southern
District of Ulluolo, the fecond and third moetinps
of the creditors of mid baukrtipt will he hdc at
Mt. Vernon, in "aid lJUtrict, on the 12tb duj of
Auiruft. A. D. 1879. at 10 o'clock, a. m. at tlcoficc
of John Harman, Esq., ono of the Kcgicterii in
Bankruptcy in paid Dictrict for the purpose nuiu'd
in sectioES mi and MK3 of tho Revised Statulesof
tho United States, at which meeting yon.thomd
Louis D. Thorns, arc required to be present by cad
order of court. Ueokub Fisueu, Assignee.
JJUBLICATION NOTICE CHANCERY.
Stjitj op Illiw'"1. I Olmull court of Alexan
County of Amxindkr, ) dcr county, September
J. M. Phillips, vs Carolines. Morris, executrix, etc.
Caroline E. Morris, Caroline W. Morris, Freder
ick S. Morris, Charles E. Morris, Murguret Mor
risOn bill for Foreclosure.
Affidavit of the non-residenco of Carollnt E.
Morrl6, Executrix, Caroline E. Morns, Carolina W.
Morris, Frederick 8. Morris. Charles E. Morrii and
Martiarit Morris, tho defendants above nnied,
having been filed In the office of the clerk o said
circuit court of Alexander county, notice is Jereby
Clven to the said non-resident defendants, tint the
complainant has filed hie bill of complaint li said
court on the Chancery side thereof on the 3st day
of July. A. D. 1S7B. Now, therefore, unless you,
the said Caroline E . Morris. Executrix, Cunline E.
Morris, Caroline W. Morris, Frederick 8. Morris,
Charles E. Morris, and Marparet Morris shill per
soually bo and appear before tho said circn t conrt
of Alexander comity on the first day of the next
term thereof, to be holden In the court house :n the
city of Cairo, In said county, on the 15th day a' Sep
tember. A. D. 1H7N, and plead, answer or donur to
the said complainant's bill of complaint, the same,
and the matters and things therein cbargtd and
slated, will be taken as confessed, and a detree en
tered asainet you according to the prayer of said
bill. JOHN A. REEVE, Clerk.
R. 8. Yocnm, Complainant's Solicitor.
July Sift. lM'J.
pt'BLICATION NOTICE CIIANCERY.
State ob Illinois, i Circuit court of Alcxandci
Countv of Alcxanukb, ) county, Septra bur term
A. 1). 1KB.
William Tweed Parker
Elizabeth Linker, William I en hill ft r partition.
Linker, uvas t . rariter, jouo
l'urkor, Robert 11. Cunning
ham, Lizzie R. Hughes
Affidavit of the non residence of Ellasbeth'LInker,
William Linker, Dyas F. Parker, or tlo the defend
ants above named, having been filed In tho office of
tho clerk of ald circuit court of Alexander county,
notice is hereby given to the said hod resident de
fendauts.thattheconiulainant has filed his bill of
complaint in said court on the chancery side thercuf
on tuo ititn uav ol July, A. u. iptu. iow, men iore,
unices you, tlio said Elizabeth Linker, William
Linker, Dyas K. Parker shall personally be and ap
pear before the said circuit court of Alexander
county on the first day of the next term thereof, to
be hidden at the court house In tho city of Cairo,
In said county, on tho 15th day of September, A. D.
IK'.H, anfl plead, answer or demur to the said com
plainant's bill of complaint, the saino and the mat
ters aud thliiL's therelu charged and stated, will bo
taken as confessed, and a decree entered acuinet
you according to the prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. REEVE, Clerk,
GnEEN A On.BenT, Complainant t Solicitors.
.Inly 17th, WH.
WHEREAS, William W Thornton and Martha
M. Thornion, by their certain Trust Lted dated
May the !th, A. 1). lW.7and recorded In Ue Record
ers office In Alexander County, in Book"V." Psro
4H1, i and 3 did convey to the undcrslgncdus Trustee
tho premises hereinafter described to lecure the
payment of seven promisory notes for tie sum of
one thousand (UKKi) dollars each aud tuyablc re
spectively in four (4) five (5) six t) seven (7)etiht
(8) nine CM and ten (Hi) years from date, with Inter
est at the rate of urn per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually from dale and whereas five (i of said
notes are now due and unpaid with imprest on
same from tho 2Mb ol May A. 1). 174 to this date.
And whereas tho legal holder of sifid notes has
called upon the undersigned to sell th, premises
hereinafter described to sutisfy said note aud Inter
est. Now therefore In pursuance of the terms of
said Deed of Trust tho undersigned will,
ON THURSDAY THE 4TU PAY OF SEPTEMBER.
A. D. lb' 9. '
between the hours of ten (10) o'clock A. M., and 5
o'clock P. M. or said day, on the prtmisei herein
after described In the city of Cairo,, Ills., proceed
to sell at public vendue io tho highest bidder for
cah. tho following described Heal Kdtntc., Ui- it
Lots number nine tltjten (lfl)c!cvcnUi twelve (12)
and thirteen (111) in block number nlxteen (in! In
the first addition to the city of Cairo, Illinois as
platted by the Trustees of Cairo cpv Property
situated In tho County of Alexsnder, Illinois and
all tho rlvbtt and equity of redemption of tho
William W. Thornton and Marlhs M. Thornton hli
wife, their heirs, executors, administrators, and as
slgus thertiln, to satisfy said trust and all costs and
expenses of executing the same. M"
B. F. MARSHALL, Traitee
Bprlngtkld, Ills., July tb, 1071). ,lrMll'
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