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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
K. A. Burnett, Publisher.
M.B. Harrell, Editor.
"Democbacy is a sentiment not to be appalled,
. corrupted or compromised. It knows no baseness,
cowers to no danger, oppresses no weakness. Fear
loss, generous ind humane. It rebukes the arrogant
cherishes honor, and svmpithi'cs with the humble
It asks nothing but what it concedes; it concedes
nothing but what it demand. Destructive only of
despotism. It Is the sole conservative of liberty, la
borand property. It Is the sentiment of freedom
of equal obligations. It is the law of nature per
vadlua the law of the land. The stupid, the sel
. Ash, the base In spirit may denounce It as a vulgar
thing; but In the history of our race the Demo
cratic principle has developed and Illustrated tho
' highest moral and intellectual attribute! of our
nature. Tes, thii ii a noble, magnanimous, a sub-
. lime icntlmcLt, which expands our affections, en
' larees the circle of onr sympathies and elevates the
soul of man until, claiming an equality with the
best, be reject! as unworthy of his dignity any po
1 lltlcal Immunities over the humblest of his fellows
Yes, It Is an ennobling principle; and may that
t oirit which animated onr fathers In the Revolution
'' ary contest for its establishment continue to ani
mate us, their sons, In the impending struggle for
Iti preservation." ' WILLIAM ALLEN.
Here is what the Iowa State Register, a
Stalwart Republican organ, has to say in
regard to the rumor that Cortland Parker,
of New Jersey, is to receive the appoint
inentof Minister to Russia: "It is to be
hoped that some day all that lot of men
' who went down and braved all the dangers
and hardships of the first-class hotels of
New "Orleans, with their bills paid, to help
io dismantling the Packard government
and setting up the illegal Kicholls govern
ment on its ruins, may get an office. They
all ought to havo it during this Administra
tion. For it is not likely that there will be
another Administration in the next thousand
years that will pay off such men for such
work. It is right they 6hould be paid now,
and we trust that the Inst of the long roll
lias already been nearly reached. We hope
this partly on account of tho visiting states
men themselves, but still more oi account
of the party."
The Republicans draw a tremendous
draft upon the ignorance of men when they
assert that Deputy Marshals are appointed
tn ascurfl fair elections. Every word in the
following article, from the Brooklyn Engle,
is true and can not be successfully contra
dicted. The Eagle says : 'The investiga
tion of the Deputy Marshal laws is proceed
ing quietly, but is panning out a heavy
yield of interesting matter. There is a dis
tressing monotony in the manner in which
the investigation at every city proves the
laws in question to have been used as tho
partisan machinery of the Republican
party,and for that purpose alone. We know
how it has been in New York and Brook
lyn, where thieves, roughs and scrub poli
ticians secured all the appointments, with
out a Democrat aiming them. We all
know Republicans as well as Democrats
that every Deputy Marshal appointed in
these parts for election purposes was em
ployed to work for the Republican ticket
and against tho Democratic ticket, and
that he well understood the nature and
service required of him. In Philadelphia
the United States Marshal tertified that
there was no public requirement that
caused the appointment of election Depu
ties there, but the appointments were made
.to give paying position to Republican
workers at the polls, no Democrat being
, sppointed. Exactly the same partisan fea
ture is visible everywhere. In Clucinnatl
Marshal Thrall recently testified that hi
affiliations were with the Republican party
and be selected the Deputies is accordance
with his affiliations. He did not wish to
consult with cr for any other party. If he
made & Democrat a Deputy Marshal, it was
by mistake, and lie was not likely
to m&k? any such mistakes.
IIo further said that thcro were only three
men b tho world who knew what persons
had been appointed as Deputies, thus show
ing that the appointees were not only an
elcctjop'rirjg forco, but a secret electioneer
ingrcfe. ITo "skid that they wore hidden
badges and went from one poll to another,
as they could bo made usclul to tho Repub
lican party. It was quite the natural order
of things that a man who could defend such
partisan practices at tho public expense
should insult his political opponents by tho
insinuation that ho never appointed a Dem
ocrat, because all Democrats were dishon
est. In tho face of such developments as
these, which were pretty generally known
beforo the investigation began. Republican
conventions have the assurance to declare
that the Deputy Marshal laws protect the
purity of the ballot-box and secure fair
Republican editors assume that their
readers are a set of conscienceless numb
skulls. Upon no other hypothesis can any
body account for the barefaced falsehood
iterated and reiterated by every Republi
can paper of the land, that congress failed
to make the necessary appropriation to de
fray the expenses of the arrest of offenders
against tho laws of tho Uuitcd States. 32very
man of ordinary common sense in tho
country knows that tills Is a "black Repub
lican lie," very properly denounced by the
Chicago Times in the terms following :
"It may relieve the minds ot law-abid
ing citizens to know that the administra
tion of justice in the Federal courts against
revenue thieves and other criminals does
not depend upou the self-sacrificing patri
otism of the-Marshals The carnival of
crime has not been invited by failure or
refusal of Confess to make the proper
appropriation. It was made. The item is
specific in the bill, for 'the transportation of
prisoners.1 The appropriation is for the
usual amount, and there is no mistaking
what it is for. "Any person against whom
a warrant is issued becomes a prisoner the
instant he is arrested upon the warrant;
and the appropriation is matla to cover the
expense of his transportation to the place
where the court is held. But it occurred
to some small official in one of the depart
ments to make a'construction,'of the appro
priation act. His construction was that
only convicts could bo prisoners, and that
consequently the appropriation could only
be expended for their transportation. But
the word convict docs not occur in the ap
propriation in question. It is for the trans
portation of 'prisoners.' Any person under
arrest, whether before or after conviction,is
a prisoner. The language of tho act is
identical with tlyit used in other acts mak
. . i .1 1 ,
ing appropriations ior uie iikc
purpose. Alter naving maae wnat
ever needed capital was to be
made out of this construction, it has already
been practically abandoned in the Internal
Revenue Department as absurd and un
sound. The under official who invented the
preposterous construction for buncombe's
sake has not lately been heard from.
His construction was too absurd tobeopenly
approved by any responsible head of a de
partment. The pretense of acting upon it
would be no less preposterous. Tho at
tempt which seems to have been made to
cnforn tlii email-official, nullifying . con
struction against some territorial marshals
in extreme cases, is simply for the sako of
buncombe. The money is in the Treasury,
available under the appropriation made for
transportation of all prisoners of the United
States arrested upon any warrant. The self
sacrificing Marshals are not called upon to
advance out of their own pockets the money
f hnt purpose. It is not believed any of
them arc doing to. If they be, it is a bit
of small political clap-trap, designed either
by themselves or small politicians in tho
departments at Washington.
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THE DAILY ; CAIRO BULLETIN:
WCUAU. . I
Pobi'c notice ii hereby given to Herman Levy
that on the imb day or July. A. D. 1MW, Henry
Wulns mod out of the circuit court of Alexander
county, Illinois, a writ of attachment against tho
estate of tho said Herman Levy, for 8JW,0O, return
able on the third Monday of Heptcmbor, 1879, to a
term of said court then to be holden In tbo city of
Cairo, In said county aud state, which writ of at
tuchmeut has been levied upon lot S4, block 27, lu
said city of Cairo. Now, unless the said Hermau
Levy shall appear, glvo ball and plead within tbo
time limited lor bis appearance in such case, Judg
ment will bu entered and tho extato so attached
Will ho sold. UUn A. rUSttVK.
Cairo, 111., August 4th, 1879.
State op Illinois, I Circuit court of Alexau
Covnty or Alixandi k, I der county, Meptember
term, A. U. 1871).
J. M. Phillips, vs Caroline K. Morrla, executrix, otc.
Caroline K. Morris, Caroline W. Morris, Freder
ick 8. Morris, Charles E. Morris, Margaret Mor
ris. On bill for Foreclosure.
Affidavit of tho non rcsldenco of Caroline E.
Morris, Executrix, Carolluo E. Morris, Caroline W.
Morris, Frcriurick 8. Morris, Charles E. Morris and
Margaret Morris, tho defendants alxve named,
bavluK been tiled In the olllce of tbo clerk of said
circuit court of Alexander county, notice Is hereby
Riven to the saiduou rcsldentdufcndauts, that the
complainant has tiled bis bill of complaint in said
court on the Chnucery side thereof on the 21st day
of July, A. D. 1378. Now, therefore, unless you,
the said Caroline E. Morris, Executrix, Caroline E.
Morris, Caroline W. Morris, Frederick S. Morris,
Charles E. Morris, aud Margaret Morris shall per
sonally be and appear before the said circuit court
of Alexander county on tho first day of the next
term thereof, to be holden tn the court house In the
city of Cairo, in said county, on the 15th day of Sep
tember. A. D. 1S7U, and plead, answer or demur to
the said complainant's bill of complaint, tho sume,
and tho matters aud things 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.
j(. a. locum, tompiaiuaut e solicitor.
July 21 st, 1S7'J
WT1EREAS. William W. Thornton and Martha
M. Thoruton, by their certain Trust Died dated
May the 8."th, A. D. 18)7and recorded lu tho Record
ers ofllco in Alexander County, in Book "V." Page
4M, 11 and 3 did convey to the undersigned as Trustee
the premise hereiuafter described to secure tbo
payment of seven promlsory notes for the sum of
one thousand (1000) dollars each aud payable re
spectively in four (4) five (5) six (C) seven (7) tight
(ti) nine ('J) and ten (10) years from date, with inter
est at the rate of ten per cent per anuum, payable
semi-annually from date and whereas five (J) ot said
notes arc now due and unpaid with mterest on
same from the vKth of May A. D. laT4 to this date.
And whereas the legal holder of said cotes has
called upon the undersigned to sell the premises
hereinafter described to satisfy said notes aud Inter
est. Now therefore In pursuance of the U'rms of
said Deed of Trust the underpinned will,
OS THURSDAY THE4TII DAY CFSEPTEMEER,
A. D. 187'J.
between the hours of ten (10) o'clock A. SI., and 5
o'clock P. M. of said day, on the premises herein
after described in theci'ty of Cairo. Ills., proceed
to sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for
cah. the following described Real Eetr.tc, to-wit :
Lots number nlue ('.men (lO)eleven(ll) twelve (12)
and thirteen (13) iu block number sixteen (1) in
the first addition to tho city of Cairo, Illinois, as
platted by the Trustees of Cairo Ci'y Property,
situated in the Couuty of Alexander. Illinois, arid
all the richt and equity of redemption of the said
William W. Thornion and Martha M. Thornton his
wife, their heirs, executors, administrators, and as
signs therein, to satisfy said trust ai:d all costs and
expenses of executing the sume.
B. F. MARSHALL, Trustee.
Springfield, Ills.. July 9th. tela.
JLLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
2 PASSENGER TRSSfD
ST. LOUIS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LINE,
without chauglug cars. The direct route to
And all EASTERN POINTS,
And all NORTHERN POINTS.
Trains leave and arrive at Cairo as follows :
Express, dally except Sunday 2:00 p.m.
Mull, daily 4:05 a.m.
Express, dully 5:10 p.m.
Mull, dallyexcept Sunday 3:10a.m.
JAMES JOIIXSON, JOHN II. JONES,
General Sou Agt Passenger Agt.
(jAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. It.
II. AV. SMITHERS, Receiver.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Express leaves Cairn 8:45 a.m.
Through Express arrives at E. St. Louis.. 5:00p.m.
Through Expre.s leaves E. St. Louis.... f:0Ua.m.
Through Express arrives at Cairo 5:1') p.m.
Murphysboro accommodation leaves t'alrol2.i' p.m.
Mii'physboro Acc. arrives at Murphysboro tt:4.'i p.m.
Murpliysliuro Acc. leaves Miirpliysboro. .. 4:15 a.m.
Murphysboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 10 45 a.m.
Tho Cairo St. Louis Rail Road Is tbo only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louis tinder one
management, therefore there are no delay ut
way stations awaiting connections from other lines.
Close and sure connections at St. Louis with other
Hues for North, East and West.
J.A.NACOLE. L. M. JOHNVoN,
Agent. General Manager.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R.R.
61 3IILES TnE CSr T0
47 MILES LVBfflffii.wjS2:
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
'-iL'rTT,'PTIIE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
OJ? JllJiliO AI'OLIS.PlULADiiLPlIU.NEW
YORK AND HUSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over trains or all other rontci rauklng tbo samo
tV Passengers by other routes to make conneo
tlttns must ride all night, waiting from one to six
hours at small country stations for trains of con
HVM EM"RFT?THE TACT and take onr 4 :45
lVPji.Ur.uU.Dr.aV s, nl, trHU( wlu.h'.nB Evan-
rlllo, Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Louisville, same
dny. Trulns leave and arrive at Cairo as follows :
Mull leaves 4:45 a.m.
Mall arrives 10:00p.m.
Through tickits and checks to all lmporutut
P. A. MILLER R08WELL MILLER.
Oen ) Pass. Agent. General Sup'
L. a. CHURCH, Faisenger Agent.
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