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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN i SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1879.
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"B. A. Burnett, Cairo. Illllnoia
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
K. A. Burnett , rtiWislu-r.
M.B. Harreil. Editor.
"Dmociucy i a sentiment not to be appalled,
corrupted or comproniwd. It kuowa no basence c
cowers to no danger, opprcMe no wcaknew. rVar
lo, gencrom nd hnmiuic. It rebukes the arrogant,
cherii-he! honor, and vmpathl:a with the humble.
It ak! nothing but what it concede; it concede
nothing but what it demand. Destructive only of
depot!ni. It U the solo conservative of liberty, la
borand property. It is the sentiment of freedom,
of eqnal obligations. -It is the law of nature per
vading the law of the land. The tuptd, the sel
fish, the bae in spirit may denonnce It ai a vulvar
thing; but in the history of our race the Demo
cratic principle ha developed and illustrated the
highest monil and Intellectual attributes uf our
natnre. Yes, this Is a noble, magnanimous, a f lib
lime aentliiicnt, which expand our alTections, en
large the circle of our sympathies and elevates the
soul of man until, claiming an equality with the
best, he rejects as auworthy of hi dignity any po
litical Immunities over the humblest of bis fellows.
Vcs,.it Is an ennobling principle; and mny that
iplrit which animated our fathers In the Revolution
ary contest forlts establishment continue to ani
mate us, their sons, in the Impending struggle for
Its preservation." WILLIAM ALLEN.
Tub New York Herald very truly says
that "the Republican leaders" "prefer a
factious sectional policy, dangerous to the
peace of the country, hindering its prosperi
ty, constatly reviving sectional animosities
and perpetuating disturbance."
Tub railroad "ticket scalpers" have no
show in Indiana. They have no longer
any busines there. Tho supreme court uf
that Stato has just sustained the law which
makes it a fineable offense for any person
to deal in railroad tickets who is not iu the
employ of tho railroad companies.
Ot'it Southern Illinois penitentiary is not
a success as a reformatory institution. A
Chester pnper of Saturday tells how three
convicts were discharged Friday, and how
that one of them attacked a Chester mer
c'lant on the streets and tried to rob him.
The villain was arrested, and will, with all
duo dispatch, be returned to whence ho
News from Franco is not brilliant. At
latent reports the cereal crops continued t
suffer from tho cold temperature and the
rainy weather, and tho northwestern de
partments were said to have been subjected
to much damage, and a largo number of
fields have been "iaid,vthc force of the wind
having broken tho stalks, and a great deal
of the wheat cannot possibly rise again,
O.nk ot our country cotemporaries cx
iircsai'S tho opinion that .Missouri mules
have weakly cotibtitutions, because, in St,
(Jcnevievo county, the other day, a single
bolt of lightning killed four ol'tliein. Now
when an Illinois mule, he continues, u
tickled by a stroke of lightning, he simply
kicks it into an electric corn-plaster before
it can get uround a corner, and quietly goes
about its business of inanutacturing other
casuallties for the benefit of the newspapers.
Trie dryestlot of men that ever congrega
ted in Illinois, was the crowd that assembled
in Waterloo, Monroe county, a few days
ago. The guzzling capacity of the crowd is
thus deacribed by t. Chester Clarion:
There was a picnic at Waterloo on Sunday
oflast week, and the Times buys that (J
that d'ty tho saloin kn-p-jr of tho town sold
12'J kegs, or U10 Ballon, of W-cr, 150
gallons of soda water, and 5J (gallons of
lemonade. Baker remained soW enough
Ut figure tho quantity down to drhk,
which he puts ut 18,720, which at 3 eeuts
each makes $330, and counting f 500 as
npent for whiskey and cigars, would make
the day's guzzling and moking amount to
. A new , weekly paper octayo shapo(
jreaclics uu from Sioux City, Iowa.
It is culled tlio Metropolitan, and what
great need it supplies wc arc unable to de
termine. Itefering to tlio abandonment of
the project of a world's fair in the city of
Mexico, it enters into an explanation of the
causes. "Not much more could bo expect
ed," it says, "of a people bound down a t
they aro by a superstitious faith, and retard
ed in their attempts at progress, by over
ruling iulluencesof a bigottcd priesthood.
With labor to be obtained at alj times for
twenty-five cents per day, and au average
earning it is claimed to each male of only
twelve and ono-half cents per day, we need
not expect much from such a country; not
at least until the number of fast days now
forcod upon the peopl.1 are ignored ami a
genera republican reformation be inaug
urated. It were better the customs and
practices of a Montazuma be now the ideal
of the people than that of the present
It has been conjectured that General
Itauni is pipe-laying for the Republican
nomination tor Congress, as the sacccssor
of Thomas. Commenting upon an an
nouncement tothat effect, the Valley Clarior,
one of the ablest of our Democratic ex
changes, uses tho following language;
'So. Kaunas congressional aspirations account
for his anxiety for tho location of five or six
hundred families of Southern negroes in
this district. Tho voting chattels are to be
imported for the purpose of insuriug stall
fed Itaum a seat in the next House 0i
Congress. TJicir votes are what arc
wanted, and between elections they may
cither starve out tlie white laborers of this
part ot the state who are near that
extremity now or starve themselvts,for all
thatltaum and the other stalwarts care.
We predict that should the acting Com
missioner of Internal Revenue be the Re
publican nominee for congress, the white
laboring men of the district, whose inter
est he is placing in jeopardy by urging
the colonization of pauper labor of the
South among us, will remind him that they
still possess influence in the direction of
affaire, by remanding him to that obscurity
from which he should uever have been per
mitted to emerge.
TiiliIe can be no doubt that the Repub
lican managers have in view the distribu
tion of Southern blacks, in the doubtful and
close congressional districts North, in suf
ficient numbers to secure the election of
Republican members. Fifty thousand
blacks, judiciously distiibuted in the North,
would, it is argued, secure a solid Repub
lican delegation. But before this scheme
is put in practice, wouldn't it be well for
tho aforesaid Republican managers to "stop
a little," and ponder. Are tlioy right sure
that their importation scheme would not
drive twice fifty thousand Republican work
ing men to the support of the Democratic
candidates? The laboring men of the
North to-day find but little work to do;
tens of thousands of them are idle, while
the most fortunate make nothing beyond a
comfortable living. To say that these men
would not resent an effort to bring them
into competition with the negro laborers of
the South who attain their object it they
keep soul and body together, is pre
suming too much on human forbearance.
Of course these would-be importers of hu
man lk'sh will nut care for consequences.
Their importations may starve, provided
they live long enough to vote. The white
laborers of the North may suffer, and see
their families sutler for tho commonest
necessities of lite but what care the Repu
blican managers? Tho object is to secure
a stronger Republican delegation in Con
gress, and if a hundred thousand working
men are brought to the verge of starvation
in accomplishing that object, the sacrifices
and sulll-i iiigs of the laborer would be for
gotten, in the glory of such an achieve
ment. The following paragraph, not out of
place here, is taken from, the Paris (111.)
Beacon: "If the colored men are bent en
coining North, wo are in favor of colonizing
them in tlio strong Democratic districts.
We want a great many throughout nil
Indiana; they have only to be a resilient of
that htate sis months betoro they can vote;
theu they would come in good time for the
next presidential contest. Then there is
lots of room for a few thousand down in
Southern Illinois, where the Democracy
generally have their own way. Let 'em
coino up the sooner the better. We want
all wo can get before November down in
TitothAMM and thousands of children
e each year of Dysentery and Dianluea
that could have been saved if their mothers
had given them Dr. Bull's Baby syrup.
Piico ;' cents a bottle,
Do Wk. Hklikvk in Witch -Cuakt? "I
take the position that we do not, in its
broad soiiM-, said a gentleman of years und
experience, and yet wo find many of the
pri'H-nt day carrying a Buckeye in their
pocket through a kind of superstition, when
they might lu relieved by a few applica
tions of Table's Buckeye lilu Oiiitment."
This ointment is mnilo from the Buckeye,
and is recommended for noilii
piles. Try it. It will cure you. Price 60
cents a bottle. Forialo by Barclay Bros.
iDMINISTRATOH'S NOTICE. '
Notice Is hereby giv u to the widow and hulrs of
Alexander C. Ilwfge, deceased, and all others wbotn
It may concern, that the undersigned will file his
final report as administrator of the estate of said
Alexander C Hodges, deceased, ot the August term,
18TI1 of the county court of Alexander county, Illi
not, to ho boldeii at i'airo, In said county, on the
third Monday of August IH'.D, and will then and
there make Una settlement and ak for a discharge
as siirh administrator. JOHN HODliEH,
.Inly M, is;9. Administrator, etc.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING" NEW BlUIMiE
OVER LAKE CHEEK.
Proposals, to be tiled with County Clerk, will be
received by the Comity Hoard of Alexander Con my
Illinois uutll V o'clock a. m., Moudav, September
1st, next, for furnishing all materials and lubor
necessary to build a uew bridge over Lake Creek,
on Cairo and Jonesboro roud, in same location as
ypeclllcation" may be obtained at office of under
signed, corner Washington avenue and Eighteenth
street. In this city, or from Samuel Hriley Com
missioner, ut Elco, in this county
THOS. W. HALLWAY,
Chuiriuuu County Hoard.
Cairo, 11!., Aug. M, 1SH.
Public uotice Is hereby given to E. Honks that on
the Hit li day nl May, ISTil, V. ti. Woodward sued out
of the Circuit Cnnrt of Alexander county. Illinois,
a writ of attachment against the estate of E. Kook
for .ii:i.oi, returnable on the third Monday of (Sep
tember, Wlf, to a term of said court theu to be
holdeii in thu city ol Cairo, in said county and
state, which writ of attachment has been levied
upon a lot of merchandise. Now, unless E. Rooks
shall appear, give bui) and plead within the tun.'
limited for his appenrunce in such case, judgment
will) be entered and the estate so attached
will be sold. JOHN A REEVE,
Cairo, 111., August 4th, 1 "?'.. Circuit Clerk.
Ptihl'c notice is hcrebv given to Herman Levy
that on the IMth day of .Inly. -V. l. ISll, Henry
Weiss; sncfl out ol tno ciri'tm court oi Aivxm" r
county, Illinois, n writ ol atliichincnt against lliu
estatu of the said Herman Lew, for iv. return
able on the third Monday of September, is;n, to a
term of said court then to tie hoitleu in the city of
Cairo, in said county and state, which writ o! at
tachment has been levied upou lot '.It, block gV, i:i
said city of Cairo. Now. unless the said Herman
Levy shall iiliiiear. give bail and plead with'.n the
time limited for his uppearar.ee in such case, judg
ment will be entered and the estate so nttaehed
will be sold JOHN A. ltKKVE.
Cairo. 111., August 1th, Circuit Clerk.
PUBLICATION NOTICE CHANCERY.
State ok Im.inom. i Circuit court of AVxmh'.i r
CoexTY or Alexanueu, ( cotintv. September tcnu.
William Tweed Tarker 1
Eli.ubeth Linker. William I on bill fr j-irtitiosi.
Linker, lh'iis l'arker, .lone
Parker, liobcrt 11 Cunning-1
hum, t.i:'..ie H liu.'lies J
Affidavit of the nou residence of E'lizub-tt'Linkcr.
William I.iuk-.r, Dyas K. 1'arkir, of the the lieleml
ams above named, bavins been died in the office ol
the clerk oi' said circuit co-irt of Alexander county,
notice is hereby siveu to the said Kon-roideut dr
fendauts.that the complainant has tiled tiix biil of
complaint in said court on the. chancery side thereof
on the bitli day of July. A. 1. ?J Now. therefore,
unless von. the aid ' Elizabeth. Linker. Wii'.mm
Linker! Dyas K. l'atker slmil personally be and ap
pear before the said circuit i-o-irt of Alexin.'. cr
coinitv on the nrst day of :iie i;cxi term thereof, to
be hofdeu at the court : house in the city of Cairo,
in -aid county, on the l.th day of sj.teialer. A. 1).
Isli. ami plead, answer or demur to the Shid com
plainant's biil of co:uila:n. the same and tl.e mat
ters and thiiiL's therein cliurred and stated, will he
taken as coniVsM d, and a decre- i-utend against
vou according to the praverof said hill.
.JOHN A. EE EVE. Clerk
t.KECN & (in.RKiiT, Complainiu.t s Solicitors.
Juiv i;th. ist'a
WHEIiEAS. William W. Thornton ai.d Jlar'ta
H Thornton, by their certain Trust Died dated
May the dth, A.'D. lvi uud recorded in the Kecoid
ers"otllce in Alexander County, in Hook "V." Pu-e
4S1. i! and i did convey to the undersigned as Trustee
the premises hereinafter described to secure the
payment of seven prumlsory not-s fur the sum of
one thousand (limn dollar each and Payable re
spectively in lour Hi live !"i) s:x Oi) scveu (ijeinut
(Si nine P) and ten (loi years irom date, with inter
est at the rate of ten per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually from date and whereas five t5i of said
notes are now due and unpaid with interest on
same from the i'lth of May A. D lr4 to this date.
And whereas the le-ral holder of said notes has
called upon the undersigned to sell the premise
hereinafter described to ulisl'y taid note abd inter
est. Now therefore in jiurstmiice of the terms of
said Deed of Trust the undersigned will,
ON TIIl'HSDAY TH E 4TH DAY OF SrEITEMBER.
A. 1). is; 9.
between the hours of ten (10) o'clock A.M., and 5
o'clock I'. M. of said day, on the premises herein
after described in the city of Cairo, Ills., proceed
to sell ut public vendue to the highest bidder for
cash, the following described Heal Estate, town:
Lots number nine ifiten (Hb eleven Ml i twelve (l'.'l
and thirteen (IS) in block number sixteen (1'-) in
the first addition to the city of Cairo, Illinois, as
platted by the Trustees of Cairo Ci'v Properly,
situated in the County of Alexander, Illinois, aiid
all the ri-.'ht and eijuitv of redemption of the said
William W. Thornton and Martha M Thornton his
wife, their heirs, executors, administrator-,, aud s.
sl.'iis therein, to satisfy nnicl trust and all costs und
expenses, of exccutlnir'thesame.
i. F. MAlf SHALL, Trustee.
Sjirintitleld. Ills.. July 9th. ls;:i.
A SEAiit'H Wahhant allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and Liudsey'a Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes and drive out fill blood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boil?, Pimples,
&C., we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and powerful Tonic,
for sale by all DrugiiUts. See that or. r
name is on the bottom of the wrapper.
R. E. Seu.kiis & Co., Prop'is, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros Agents.
S.vvk Yot'K CHILDKEN. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One tcaspoonl'ul given to a child of Mr.
Bnnlbcry's, expelled 2;1J worms in four
hours after taking the medicine, Ben j. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Win,
Siirver, St, Louis, Mo. Sold by nil druggist-".
Price 2.") cts. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh. Pa. Send for cir
cular. Barclay llmx,, Agents
The thltii is mkiiity and will prevail.
Thousands who have used und been cured
aro living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, billions
nes, headache arising therefrom, custive
ness, constipation, dizziness and all tiisnr
tiers resulting from a diseased Hvi r. For
Bale by all druggists. Price 2-'i rents, R.
E, Sellers ii Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
Takes is the act Sister June, i-allnl
on Elder Smith a few evenings siiicu, ,..
nig a next door neighbor, she entered Ins
study unannounced, and wis -.Ti-ittlv
shocked at seeing him take a drink" from
a suspicious looking bottle, lb- imtin-il
her look of inquiry and said: "Ti,k s.;.
ter Jones, is Tubh-r's Portaline, t, y,,,,.
table Liver Powder, the only n-medy " i
have ever found for the mnny'tmulnW lir.
ising from a disordered liver. 1 cmi r(,c.
oiuinend it." Price 30 cents. For y Jo ,v
II 0 W E L L
Newspaper Advertising Bureau.
For Ten Cents: One hundred pHgo I'tmphlvt
with l-lsts ol Newspupers and Advertising Hates:
For Ten Dollars: Four lines Inserted one week
iuTbrcu Hundred aud Fifty Newspapers.
HE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY !
CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
Is specially recum-
TRDEMARK,nit,ul.( fta au lln.
failing; cure for
potoury, and all
diseai.es t!iu. fol
low us a sc'iactice
on seir-atiu-e; a?
Loss of Memorv.
HscK. Dimness ol tne ision. J'n-mature l:tl Ace,
and many other di.-eases that lead to Insanity. Con
sumption ai.d a Premature Grave, all of which as a
rule are fir-l ca:ied by deviating from the path ol
nature and over indulcenee. The Speciilc Medicine
is the result of a life study and many years of ex
perience in treating these special dieiisi.
Full particular in our pamphlets, which wc Co
sire to send free by mail to every one.
The SpecUc Medicine is sold by all drnnirf'ts at
1 per package, or six packages for or will be
sent by ma.i on receipt of the nmnev hv uildressiLi;
TIiE OKAY MEDICINE CO.,
No. 10 Mechanic's Block, Detiioit, Mich.
tfSold in Cairo. 111., by Fall O. Scuth, and
by Dnmrists evt-rvwhtre.
Permanent ly Cures
COXSTI I ATIOX
D Ii. II. CLAKK. sr.th H.-ro. Yt.. savs: -In
cases of Kidney Troubles it has acted like a charm.
Jt nas curcu inary very rind cares of 1'iies. and it
hus never failed to act efficiently.
E. M. Sl'TTON. of Burlinston. savs. -A a Liver
Inviorator it ;s without an equal. I n-e it ro pre
vent and cure headache, and a:l billions attai k.''
NELSON FAII'.CHILD, of St. AiVms. Vt .-ay-:
"It is of priceless value. After sixteen years of
t-reat snfTerini; from files and Costivents it com
pletely enred me."
V. S. HOGaBUN. of Berkshire, says, -one park
sie has done wouders forme in completely ciiriLf
a severe Liver aud Kidney Complaint."
BECAl'SE IT IS THE (INLY .MEDICINE THAT
ACTION THE I.I VEK.LOWELri AND KIDNfcYri
ATTJIE SAME Tl.ME.
I! cause it cleanses the whole ytctn of the ui-ono-j"
humors thai otherwise develop In liililous
ues. Jmindice, Constipation. Kidney and L'rinarr
dis.-ases. or Khemutism and Lnmhauo. and which
in women, disorder every function und brin ou
wi-ukiiess and disease.
If vou want o be well in spite ofyoti-elf. use
KIDNEY-WOHT. It is a dry vegetable compouinl
One lnn kiizo will make six ijuarts ol Medicine.
Hay it stthedrusaiM. i:
.MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
GM LakoSt., (J3 Seneca St.,
IX POINT OF1
Economy in Fuel, Dura
bility, ami Convenience.
ComplotciiesH of desi?n, and
Perft'ctness of Construction.
Simplicity of Management, and
(ieneral Working; Qualities.
THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE
It A1XG Eu
IN THE MARKET.
Time Tried and Fire Tested I
EVEKY STOVE ItELIAflLE,
ANDI'HOVES A SVCCESS.
ALL GOODS 4 FULLY WARRANTED.
For ealo Ly C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo,
And hy Flrst Clnn Oealeri Ever w here.
mm w f iff
TAMES MEYElt, Jn's
INODOROl'S AND COLORLESS.
Tlie Most Efl'edive,
111 Cii TitAitnut
Destroys ainl Neutralies the Most Otrensive Oilors aiul puimra uh (ias-i-h, Hris.ing
from Imperfect Sewerage or any other Source of Infection.
ARRESTS AND PREVENTS CONTAGION,
And is Uiirivallcil for tlie Dressing ot OHVnsive N'ouiJsi.
(iinpou luted from Motnlic Suits,
' By JAMES MEYER, Jr.,
SIX YEARS SEVEREST TESTS.
J. M. VANDEOR1FF, Wes.ilent of the llwarl Ascoeiatii n, New Oi-U-miin Iv.v.
19th, writes: "Tin; Hiuonuin lias been fully tcstetl Ly the members of this- Asset ii.ticn
during the last trjiiili-ruic, ami it is their general opinion that it is the bot preparutii'ii of
the kin.l that has ever been offered to the public.
"I tliercfnre cniisiJtr it my duty to recommend its use, not uinne during epi,ii:in:rK,
but as an article that should be kept in eveiy well-regulated 1ioi;m-Ii.,1iI."
New Oiu.eanh, November lf'th. ISl.
"Having fret ly used the Ginnrii.N I)i-inh.(tant in my private practice and !' r the
Howard A'soi iatiit), duric the past epideniie in this city, I can testify to iu tlain. :..
a disinfectant and deodorizer. In my opinion it is without an iial."
MONTGOMERY BROWN. M. I).
PRICK -Wets for Quart Bottle. CaB and jfi-t pamphlet givinu tin- various r, s
which it may be applied.
Exclusive Agents, Cairo, Illinois.
IT AT "AT 4
We are authorized Special
Hingstoiis Poison Fly Plate
AT BARCLAY RROTHKRS"
AVill kill more flies in less time than any other poison ever
offered to the public.
r T I? V UC TTT) U
ASSETS, .lAM'Aiiy 1, l'jtit,
(No l'fii. ui Ni.ir.)
SURPLUS over Seven Million Dollars.
Tlie Most important fpicstion for those insuriiif,' tlieir lives is "WHICH COM
PANY IS STRONGEST!"
The strong' St company is the one which hus the most doj.i.ahw ok wi i.i, invi-.mku
asskts Kon icvkhy ikillak ok i.ia p.ii.itiks.
Of the seventeen largest Life Insurance Companies of the United Stab s, the i i.ti
of assets (excluding premium notes) to liabilities, the Equitable is largest, bcim; KM. .''9
The second largest is 119.77, and tlie third largest 117.:3i.
JttfThese figures are from the official
ment, June 1, 1878.
Grow more popular every day, and are
Washington Avenue, Cor. Twelfth Street,
rowert'nl and Cliei
aill I I IAA1 AlMMAlt
in', CojpT und ILirytn 1 : Heauine
Bole Manufacturer in the U. S.
Agents for the iroirit'tois.
UIjJ IjJ I
report of the New York Insurance Depart
made a specialty.