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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXAXDEtt COCSTY.
R. A. Burnett, PublisUor.
M.B. Ilarrell, Editor.
David Wells, for years connected with
the department of the Interior, says that
there are scarcely any acceptable homestead
They appear to be getting the yellow
fever scare bad in New York, and they are
now not quite so well satisfied with having
the monopoly of the West Indian and South
American trade as they were last spring.
Thehe are to-day in Massachusetts about
a draen towns belonging almost exclusively
to one person, or one company, with whom
rests tho right and the power to drive out
of the town any operative who ventures to
oppose the wishes oi the land-lord.
The personal estate of Baron Lionel do
Kothchild, who is now deceased is put
down at tG5.000.000. The Baron laid the
foundation for this comlortablo little for
tune by slipping over to England, after
watching the battle of Waterloo, in a fish
ing skiff, nnd announcing the news of Well-
intrton's defeat without alluding to the
turning of tho tide by the Trussian arrival,
and then speculating in stocks.
Chicago slanders: St. Louis people are
being as wicked as possible', so as to go to
tho bad place and cool off. Times. Busi
ness in St. Louis is looking up looking up
to the top of tho thermometer. Times.
Weather is measured in the shade because,
we suppose, it is put in the shade by the
weather of St. Louis. Tribune. Bob In
gersoll is guilty of paltry equivocation.
He says there is no hell merely because he
know9 that St. Louis is tho other name for
it. Tribuue. St. Louis is the headquarters
for heat. Tho wicked of St. Louis will get
pretty well used to it before they die
Inter-Ocean. To which tho St. Louis Post
Dispatch replies: "And all of this because
wc haven't a pretty awning of mortgages
over us like the city by the lakeside.
WitEiiBis the Uuv. Mr. Conway? Is he
blind, or has ho grown cold'l The exodus
lias stopped. This must, of course, bo tho
work of bulldozers. Therefore let him
arm Ins boats at once and proceed down
the river, putting in at every plantation.
The bulldozers may take on the name of
quarantinfc officers, the better to succeed in
their hellish plans. Therefore he should
go for these quaruutino officers, regardless
of their shot euns, and clean . them out
wherever ho finds them. It would bo a
madder thing to do, than ho at first pro
posed, but then look at the reputation and
notoriety in itl Should ho get his "dia
phragm perforated'1 "old John Brown"
would be forgotten in the posthumous blaze
To fill the position of health officer or
take any conspicuous part in tho enforce
ment of measures of a precautionary nature
is to subject one's self to a most narrow
and critical watching. Tho St. Louts Re
publican well says that it may bo expected
that such ofllccr will incur both ciiticism
and abuse. They either do oo little or
' thoy do too much. They avo negligent of
proper precautions or if they take un
due precautions; they trend on som
body's toen every step they tukc, and, ns a
, matter of courso, there follows a howl of
indignation. But it ought to bo remem
-bered that tho function of a board of
health are necessarily o( somewhat dcapot
1c character. It must have a mind of its
own and net Independently of fonr or favor
itism, else it become n worso than useless
furco. If tbo health commissioner stops to
take officious advice in any quarter,, or hesi
tates to carry out a certain policy because
of officious interference from another quar
ter, ho is unfit for his place. The position
is as trying as that of provost-marshal, and
it requires a man of clear head and iron
will to fill it properly.
Tnu New York Herald says there is an
unsettled portion of Northern Texas that
can bo made to yield all tho additional
wheat tho world may need, Tho Spring
field Journal would not advise a great rush
of cmmigration to Northern Texas for the
purpose of wheat raising, or any other form
of agriculture. It will never succeed except
by an extensivo system of irrigation. It is
adopted to stock-grazing, and that alone.
Tho man who goes there for farming pur
poses will bo liable to retreat at the end of
a year or two in an impoverished and de
The Jfcw York Times makes mention of
two very remarkable discoveries. One is
that a man to whom the government owed
$500 has taken his pay in silver dollars.
The other is that a Federal office-holder
lias filed a petition asking a reduction of
hjs salary. These discoveries, however, do
not appear so remarkable when it is known
that the creditor is a colored man, and was
atraid that if lie took greenbacks they
might be destroyed by fire. The office
holder is an uncultivated Indian who is the
government blacksmith at the Sac and Fox
Indian agency. He has grown to be com
fortably well off on a salary of $700 per
annum; but it is hardly time, the New
Orleans Times thinks, to assume that be
cause of the occurrences, other creditors
will demand silver dollars, or that other
Federal office-holders will demand a re
duction of their salaries. For that era of
honesty and fair dealing wc must wait until
tho Democrats come in.
STRIKE AT THE ROOTS.
Discusssing the duties ot the future with
reference to tho yellow fever, a ist. Louis
T.-.I. writer, says that Rio and Havana are
the danger points ot the world. From
Rio the United States is only slightly en
dangered, but Havana is a constant menace
to us, and is the headquarters of the inva
der for this part of the world. It is raging
there now, ninety-nine deaths having oc
curred during last week and one hundred
and eighteen during tho previous one. It
is generally believed that the fever came
from Havana to the Mississippi valley last
year and some of its germs having survived
the winter have revived the plague in
Memphis. It is argued therefore that the
surest wny to protect this country would be
to suppress the fever in its breeding place,
Havana. If Spain is unwilling to enter
tain a proposition for an international in
quiry into the subject, our commerce should
be so regulated with countries known to be
infected that no ships should pass between
their ports and ours in warm weather. It
will doubtless occur that all the carrying '
trade between our cities and the lew ports
from which we get tho fever will be re
stricted absolutely to tho winter months. A
writer who prepared a pamphlet on the
subject after the visitation of last summer
estimates tho direct and indirect money loss
to tho country at $200,000,000. Of course
this can bo only estimated, and vaguely.
But it must bo clear that the subj.jct is oii'j
of national concern, and that the country
cannot afford to have such visitations. We
must stamp out tho plague in Memphis,
absolutely prevent its importation in the
future. To effect these results the national
government must take tho matter iu hand.
Caisb and effect are inseparable; and to
nullify any effect the causo must be re
moved, particularly in disease. Dr. Bull's
Baltimore Tills always work radically, and
at once neutralize the effect of disease by
eradicating the cause. Price only 25
Don't Be Dkceivku. Many crsons say
"I haven't got the Consumption'' when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coutrhs lead to Consumption and
remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will euro when all others fail and
our faith in it is bo positive that wc will re
fund tho price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this a fair proposition. Prico
lOcts. 50 cts. and fl.OO per bottle. For
lumo Chest, Back or tiide, use Shiloh's
Fornus Plaster. Prico 25 cts. For salo by
Why will you suffer with tho Dyspepsia
nnd liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalizer which wo sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Prico
10 cts. and 75 cts. For sale by Barclay
"IIackmktack" a popular and fragrant
perfume, hold by Barclay Brothers.
Exi'Kiukncko Dauivmen Know that it
is necessary to keep an even standard of
color in butter tho year round. Therefore
when tho color falls awav in July and Au
gust they use Wells, Uichardson & Co's
Perfected Butter Color. It is a vegetable
compound pure and harmless, and ados
much to the value of butter.
THE DAItY CAIKO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1879,
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ful merchants of tho day are wrtlng 5 Cent Coun
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Nntica i herrhv -?ivrn to the widow a;. J lit ir of
Alexander C Hoilyes, deceased, ami alio; tiers whom
It may concern, that the tindcniuned will tile Lin
rltiil report a- administrator of the estate of said
Alexander C Hodtres, deceased, ai tlx: August term,
IK'n of the comity court of Alexander county, Illi
nois, to be holdeu at Cairn, in said county, on the
third Monday of Aut'ist IKy, and will then and
there make dual settlement and ask for a Usrliaro
as such administrator. JOHN HOUiiES,
July :J, 1-C9. Administrator, etc.
Fuhl'c notice Is hereby (,'ivcu to Herman Lew
that on the 1Mb day ofMuly. A. D. 1K9, Henry
Weiss sued out of tho circuit court of Alexander
county. Illinois, a writ Jof attachment a-iainm the
estate of the said Herman Levy, for $W7.(M. return
able on the third Monday of September, 1H79, to a
term of said court tiien to be nolden In the city of
Cairo, in said county and state-, which writ ol at
tachment lias been levied upon lot block -27. In
said city of Cairo. Now. unless tho said Herman
Levy shall appear, cive ball and plead within the
time limited lor his appearance in such case, judg
ment will be entered aud the e.tate so attached
will be sold. JOHN A. REEVE.
Cairo, 111., August 4th. IK'J. Circuit Clerk.
Stateoi: Ilmnoi. i CircnitronrtofAlcxander
Coi'NTVoF Au:xANDEn, ) county. September term.
A. U. JfcT'.t.
William Tweed Tarker
Elizabeth Linker. William
on bill for partition.
Linker, Dyas F. Parker, Jodc
Parker. Robert H. tinning
bam, Liz.io R. Hughes j
Affidavit of the non residence of Elizabethl-inki r.
William Linker, Dyas F. Parker, of the the defend
ants above namedhaving been tiled lu the oll'.ce of
the clerk of said circuit court of Alexander county,
notice Is hereby given to the said non resident de
fendants, that the complainant has filed his bill of
complaint In said court on the chancery side thereof
on the 16th day of July. A. I. IsT'J. Now, therefore,
unless yon. the said Elizabeth Linker. Wllllum
Linker, Dyas F. Parker shall personally be and ap
pear before tho said circuit court of Alexander
cotintv on the llrst day of the next term thereof, to
bu hofden at the court house In tho city of Cairo,
in said county, on the 1Mb day of September. A. IJ .
lS'.li, ami plead, answer or demur to the said com
plainant's bill of complaint, the same and tin- mat
ters and things therein charged and stated, will be
taken ns confessed, nnd a decree entered against
you according to the prayer of said hill.
JU1IM A. HbEYfi. CICIK.
ftitKKN it ;ii.iiki;t, Complainant s Solicitors.
illllY I. Ill, 1,'J.
WHEREAS. William W. Thornton and Martha
M. Thorutou, by their certain Trust Deed dated
.naytueuritti, a. ij. lstiv and recorded In the it. cora
ersolllcii In Alexander Couutv. in llook "V." Fuimi
4KI, -J aud a did convey to t he undersigned as Trustee
mo premises nereinaiier aeserlbcu to secure tie
payment of seven promlsory notes for the sum of
one thousand (KniO) dollars each and nnynl,e re
spectively In four (41 live (.') six (lil seven i'. iei;:ht
(K) nine (!i) and ten (10) years from date, with Inter
est at the rale of ten per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually from date and whereas live (.1) of said
notes are now due and unpaid with interest on
same from the viMh of Muv A. 1). W4 to this date.
And whereas the legal holder of said notes has
called upon tho undersigned to sell thcpreinl-.es
hereinafter described to satisfy said notes aud inter
est. Now thereforo In pursuance of the terms of
said Deed of Trust tho undersigned will,
ON THURSDAY TH E ITII DAY OF SEPTEMBER,
A. D. 1879.
between the hours of ten (in) o'clock A.M., and 5
o'clock P. M. of said day, on the premises herein
after described In tho city ol Cairo, Ills., proceed
to sell at public vendue to tho highest bidder fur
cash, the following described Real Estate, to-wit:
Lots number nine 1 men (l(i)eleven (11 twe ve(l ')
and thirteen (13) in block number sixteen (lil) In
the llrst addition to the city of Cairo. Illinois, as
platted by the Trustees of Cairo Cl'v Property.
siiunicci in me 1 ouiuy in Aicxiinuer. Illinois, aim
all tnu rights and equity 01 redemption of tho said
William W. Thornton and Martha M. Thornton his
wire, their Heirs, executors, administrators, and as
signs therein, to satisfy said trust uml nil rusts and
expenses of executing thcsatne.
. r . mahsiiall, Trustee.
Hprlngtlcld, Ills., July nth, is,u,
JH'IILICATION NOTICE CHANCERY.
Statk or Illinois, I Clrcull court of Alcxan-Cot-NTY
ok Alexanuir, (der cnuutv, Nentouiber
term, A 1) lHTIt.
J. M. Phillips, vs Caroline E. Morris, executrix, etc.
Caroline . Morris, Caroline W, Morris, Freder
ick S. Morris. Charles , E, Morr M rcl Mor
ris. On bill for Foreclosure.
Affidavit of tho nun-resldenco of Caroline E.
Morris, Executrix, Caroline E. Morns. Carolino W.
Morels, Frederick S. Morris, Charles K, Morrl nd
Margaret Morris, tho di-rendnnts above named,
havlugheun llled In the office of the clerk of said
circuit court of Alexander county, notice is hereby
given to the said non resident .l.ir.itulaiHH, th,nt the
complainant has llled his bill ol'eomplnint In t"1J
court on the Chancery side therein' on lue jigt day
ol J lily, ,K 1). 1H7H. Now therefore, unless you,
the said vurolluo K . Morris, Executrix. Caroline K.
Morris, Carolina w. Morris, Frederick 8. Morris,
Charles K Morris, and Margaret Morris shall Per
sonally he and appear belore iH: t(i rirct court
of Alexander county on the Urn ,av r tu next
term thereof, to bo lioldeti lu tliocoi'irrtiotise In the
city of Calm, In said cnuutv. on th imii di-v of Hep
temher. A. D. 1H7U. and plead, un-wer ,lr li-tnur w
the said complainant bill "fcomphdnt. tho same,
land the mutters and thine, therein r iireed and
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Orgitiilzeil July Htli, 1877, ruder t lie. Laws ol
tlic Stute of Illinois, ('(ijiyrlglited July
1), 111" 7. under Act ol'Coiisi tss.
WILLIAM STKATroN, Puksiuknt.
Mhs, P. A. TAYLOI1. VicB-PiiissiiiE.NJ.
J. A. (iOI.DSTINE, . . TliKAsl-iiKii.
Dil. J. J.OOHDON, , Mkii. Anvisok
THOMAS LEWIS, Secuktaky.
UOAKD OK MAN.VOKKS:
J. J. (iOUDON. Physician Cairo, '
Mrs. P. A. TAYLOR, Superintendent of IV
ncninis, Aiexnuiiei' county "
Mrs. K. C. FOItD. Variety llrucket store, '
J. A. OOI.DSTINE. of (ioldstlne i Ito-
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111 Staple nnd Fiiucv Dry (loods...
N. li. TIIIHTI.KWDOD, or lllnkle Si
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slou .Merchants " (
THOMAS LEWIS, liwiirunce Malinger li
ntwl Aflnstii.v Nt I.SW II ..J
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OEO. M. A LI) EX, Commission Mer
chant, 1R Ohio Levee u
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Vallev Transportation Company "
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EDJWN It. KGXKW, Proprietor Ht.
Charles Hotel ,
IIAZEX LEIOIITON. Coinmlsslon Jlur-
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Dr. KDWAKD It. 110 K, I'. 8. Marshal
noiiiiierii insii-iet Illinois
Mrs. N. A. AYKI1N
Dr. It, H. nuiOIIAM, Physlclati
i. V Hill Klllge, "
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