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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, , AUGUST 10, 1879.
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"K. A. Burnett, Cairo. Ullinoia "
OFFICIAL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
K. A. Burnett,
"Dkmoct.acy i a leutiinent not to be appalled,
corrupted or comprors'.xed. li knows nobateni,
tower to no dan per, ogresses no wenkne. Fear
lee. onerous and hi.r.inr.e, it rebuke '.he ario.-r.-.it.
cherishes honor, and sympathies with thu hnmble
It alts nothing but what it concedes; it concede
nothing but what U demand. Destructive only of
despotism, !t 1 the sole conntviuive of liberty, la
bor aud property. It is the sentiment of freedom,
of eqr.al obliatioca, It ! the :aw uf nature per
vadicsjthe law of the laud. Tho stupid, the svl
fish, the base lu pirit may denounce it as a vulvar
Ihlng; but in the history of tur race the Demo
cratic principle Un developed aud illustrated tlio
hluhett moral and intellectual tttribun of our
nature. Ye, this is a noble, magnanimous, a sub
lime sentiment, which ixiiaods onr affection, en
large the circlo of our sympathies and elevate ;L
Houlofman until, claiming an equality with the
bet, Le reject a .inworthy of hi dignity ar.y po-
liticul Immunities over the bnmolrtt of hie fellow.
Ye, it i an encobllnj; principle; end may l lint
pirit which animated our fathers In the Revolution
ary contest for its establishment continue to ani
mate r.s, their sous, in the impending trucsle for
It preservation." WILLIAM ALLEN.
CHRISTIAN AND MATERIALIST.
The mcmbcre of the Christum church
are rock-ooted in their convictions, and not
only repel all assaults upon them that sre
volunteered, but invite assaults from all
other sects of the world. Their minister,
whether learned or unlearned, never shrink
from a discussion of their articles of faith.
On the contrary, they seek controversies and
us quite everybody knows, often find them.
The Rev. Clark linden is a conspicuous
seeker in the controversial field, lie
npread out his theological coat-tail belore
Presbyterian, Methodist. Catholic, Congre
gationalist, Infidel, Spiritualist or Material
ist, and defies any or all of them to put a
foot upon it. He is always ready and even
anxious for a "discussion" not of the very
safe kind, that "answers"' a man who is five
hundred miles away; but face to face the
kind that brings his antagonist by ins side
in the rostrum.
The most notable engagement the Rev
croud gentleman his on hand just now.
is that with "V. F. Jainieson
n materialist who mistakes his
brazen assurance aud tiresome verbosity
for ability. The discussion commences in
the town of Salem, Marion county. m ,t
Monday night, and will continue twelve
night. The propositions to be di?cuscd
are the following;
I. "The teachings of the r.;b. when
properly interpreted, harmonize with tl.e
established and demonstrated f.icts and
truths of science.
II. "The teachings of mo.lern Materialism
are immoral in their tendency ami inilu
cnee." Christian a.Tirms; Materialist denies,
III. "Tie teachings unl ineulcatiotis of
the Bible are iinwmrai in their tendency
and inlluence." Materialist alTuu:?: Chris
The very arrangi nient of the proportion '
shows that Braden posess the superior tut.
as Jamieson affirms nothini: that U not a
repetition ol what Braden affirms. The re
sult will be, under the rules of d.. bate, that
JaunVson will be compel!'. d to 'b vote hi
efforts to the rem v.d of .b.f.c!-s that
Braden throws in his way. which will lie a
bigger job than he contracted for, and a
greater than he will p.-rform.
A no charge i made f r adini-son ; a&
neither disputant paid anything, and us
the time for making uvtu.y out of the- pub-
lication of theological diseusion lu
O, i i),
form, has passed by, it is quite dear that
the discussion has been instigated by a pure
love for coutrorersial talk. Jmuieson is put
forward by to society or organization. II-
is simply acting for himself, like
Dickens' Herbert rocket, ho is inviting
Pip Braden to a bout in which lie, himself,
is morally certain to get worsted. To use
other, and more expressive terms, Braden
will "put a mansard roof on him.''
A MATTER OF MOMEMT TO LABOR
This, tho 18th congressional district, is
considered oue of the close districts, having
been represented twice by Republicans,
since its formation, and twice by Demo
crats. It is, for that reason, ft source of
constant solicitude with the manipulators
of the National Republican organization.
Tho importation of voters, for tho noiice, is
too hazardous a business; tho Greenback
"sell"' can't be played twice in succession,
and to do nothing, is to permit the district
to have a fair, square, honest expression of
sentiment. As this would result in ft
complete Democratic victory, tho managers
have determined that "something must be
done," and the indications are that the im
portation of 500 or 1,000 negro families from
ttic cotton fields and cane-brakes of Missis
sippi and Louisiana, has been determined
upon as that "something." The men who
have this scheme in view, know, as every
intelligent man knows, that the well-to-do,
intelligent, provident and industrious ne
"roes of the South are not subject to re-
moval like so many cattle or blocks ot
wood. They know, that the better classes,
have homos of their own, and would resent,
even to the death, any effort to remove
them, for political uses, to strange and in
hospitable localities iu the North. It is
the bow browed, ignorant, shiftless and
thriftless negroes of the swamps and
lagoons, and the creatures that have no
purposes iu lit'; above tho gratification
of their immediate wants and animal
desires, that can be herded and carried awtfy
for political Uses in the North, and nut the
more thrifty ami intelligent sort, who
would build homes, acquire property, edu
cate their children and respect the laws:
tor, over negroes of this character, the
nitv.ib!ir:in managers, north as weil as
south, are last losing their control.
And now,' in view of the kind of negroes
the Raums of Southern Illinois propose to
brim: among us, what say the laboring men
of Southern Illinois? Are they willing that
the lSth district shall be made "unques
tionably Republican" by means that will
bring such a class of laborers iu competi
tion with Item tor the work already scarce
and illy paid? If they aue, they have but
to remain quiet, and do and say nothing.
If they aue not, the time to speak otitis
now. By letters, by resolutions of unions
and societies let them assure the Ratlins,
Thomases, Youngs and other Republicans
who seek the achievement of personal as
well as political aims by such monstrous
means, that to bring the laboring men of
Southern Illinois into such degrading com
petition, is to separate them, irrecoveiably,
from the Republican party. To remain
quiet is to invite the obnoxious importation.
To protest, is to prevent it. Laboring men ;
what is your purpose in the matter?
TREATMENT OF THE DRO W NED.
Many lives are lost during the bathing
season through ignorance of the proper
method of treating persons who are taken
from the water in a state of insensibility.
By foilowing the plain and practical direc
tions, given below (reproduced from Har
per's "Weekly of August 21, 1ST5.) which
have the approval of the highest medical
authority, persons apparently dead from
drow ning can be restored to life.
Rfi.E 1. Expose the patient upon the
nearest dry spot to a fre current of air, rip
the clothing away from the waist, and give
a stinging slap upon the pit of the stomach,
ll'liiis fails to arouse the patient, proceed
to f;rcc and drain away the water which
has entered the chest and stomach, accord
ing to Ru'.e II.
Rrt.E II. Turn the patient upon his
face, the pit of the' stomach being raised
upon a fold id gurnuut above the level ot
the mouth. Kor a second or two make
steady pressure upon the back of the
tomaeh and chest, and repeat it once or
twice until fluid ceases to (low from the
Rfi.E III. Quickly turn the patient
upon his back, with the bundle of clothing
beneath it, so as to raise the lower part of
the breast-bone higher than the rest of the
body. Kneel beside or astride tho patient,
j and so piuee your hands upon either side of
j the pit of the stomach, upon tho front part
of the lower lib., that the lingers will fall
naturaily into the spaces between them,
pointing toward the ground. Now,
graping th- waist, and usinyour knees as
a pivot, throw your whole weight forward,
pressing upward, as if to force the contents
of the chest and ctoni leh out of the mouth
! This baids the yielding ribs together,
j leoen the cavity of the chest, and foul air
is forced out, or expired, stcadely increase
tlte pressure while you count one, two, three
I then suddenly b t -o, with a final push
whh h spiingsyou back to an erect kneeling
posit. i w. The eliHtic rihs instantly sprin
back to their n aural position, the cavity of
Cho client is enlarged, and to pre
vent a vacuum fresh air is drawn
in, or inspired. Thus is produced
breathing r respiration. Remain erect
upon your knee whilo you count one, two
then throw your weight forward, and pro
ceed again as before. Repeat theso bellows
like movements at first about fivo times
a minute, gradually incrcaso them to about
fifteen times a minute, aud continue with
the regularity and rhythm of tho natural
breathing which you are imitating. If
another person be present, let him with tho
left hand hold the tip of the touguc out of
the lett side of the patient's mouth with the
thumb and finger covered with a handker
chief, while with tho right hand ho grasps
both wrists and pins them to tho ground
above the patient's head.
When breathing first returns, dash
violently a little cold water occasionally in
the face. As soon as the breathing has be
come natural, strip and dry the patient
rapidly and completely, and wrap him in
blankets only. Oive hot brandy and water,
a tea-spoonful every five minutes the first
half hour, and a table-spoonful every five
minutes for an hour alter that. If the limbs
are cold, apply lriction. Allow abundance
of fresh air, and let the patient have perfect
In suffocation from coal gas, (ire-damp,
smoke, or from hanging, use Rule I. aud
III. only, with the after-treatment.
THAI TIC.U. SL'OOESTIONS,
Avoid delay. Promptness is of the fust
importance. A luonent lost may be a life
lost. Waste no time in gaining shelter;
when gained, it oftener harms than helps
Prevent crowding around the patient
However difficult to accomplish, this is im
Iterative. The circulation of the air must
not be obstructed, nor may the patient,
when rallying.be urged into conversation
Avoid attempts to give stimulants before
tin.' patient is well able to swallow. It ob
structs respiration, and may choke the pa
Avoid hurried, irregular motions. In the
excitement of the moment this is almost
inevitable. Just as a dickering candle
moved carelessly goes out, o the heart,
when beating imperceptibly, requires but
little cross motion or interruption to cause
it to stop. The movements of Rule III,
should, therefore, be performed with delib
eration and rhythm.
Avoid an overheated room. -The animal
heat which is required can not be supplied
from without; it must be generated within
tho system. This is best promoted by a
free supply of cool air and the use of inter
nal stimulants. The vital boat resulting is
best retained by bhuiKets alone to the stir-
Avoid giving up the. patient too soon to
death. Any time from a minute to an
hour or two you may be on the very thres
hold of success, though no sign of it be
visible. Success is rarely achieved in h -s
than twenty miuutes. The patient should
avoid exposure for a few days after recov
ery, or chest troubles may ensue.
DUOl'OSALS 1'f'li ni ll.DIN'i; NEW 111(11)'. E
1 OVEI! LAKE ( KEEK.
l'rnpoa!. to be llled with Coiintv clerk, will lie
rerehrd by the Cmitity llonrd of Alexander Coi:mv
lllimii tiulil tl o clock a. in., .voinilav, xepiemner
1st. next, for I'liriiislilii' nil material nd 1 n r
iieceHniiy to build n new luiil'.'e over Luke Creek,
mi Cairo mid Jotieslioro road, iu name location u
tsptTincatiMii may nc oiuhmicu ih uiiii " oi inio'-r-sl'.'ueil.
i Miner U'lihtilnutoii avenue mid Eluhteeiiih
treet. Iinliis it v, or from Smmncl 111 iley ( oi
iniMsiiu.cr. ut Kleo, In tlil county
THUS. W. IIAI.I.IIIAI .
Chairman County lioanl.
Cairo, III., An;v la. 1711.
1'iihlle notice is hereby i:iven to E. Hooks tin t 011
the lllth (lav ol Vav, I;!'. C . I!. Woodward sued out
ot tlie Circuit Court of Alexander county. Illinois.
a wrll ol allaclimeiii UL'um-l Hie eslalu 01 r.. leo ,-
forSiHa.il". retiiinuhle on ihcililrd Moiula.v uf Sep-
teinlier, 1 s t. to 11 term til s ml court tlien to he
lioldeii In the city ot Cairo, In snil county nnd
state, which wrll of lit t or Ii ini-iil litis been levied
upon a lot of nicreliiiiiiliM'. Now. unless E. I!ook"
shall appear, yivc ball ninl plmd within the lime
limllcii im his appearani e in micli cae, juuirniein
wt:ij lie eiilereU aim tllu t-lale so miiiii lu-tl
Will he snlil . .I01IN A KV.VA li.
Cairo, III., August -It li . lHT'.t. Circuit Ch rk.
I'u 1 if not ce h hereliv elveii to Herman l.evv
tbatonlhii Hull day of duly, A. D. KiH. Henry
Weiss sued out of the circuit court of Alexander
coiiuiv. Illinois, 11 writ of at Hit liuielit against Hie
slate of 1 lit said Herman Levy, or Stf? .(. return
able mi thu third Momliiy of September, IkTM.Io a
term of said court then to be hidden In the city of
Cairo, in said county and state, which wrll ol at
tiieliuienl has been levleil upon lot '.'I, blink;';, In
said ellv id' Cairo. Now. mile tho said Herman
l.evv s in annear. ulvu Dan ami plena w ithin I lie
time limited lor III appearance in such cae, Jtldu-
nient will be eliteleu IllKI til" " ' -1 o t i so attai lieU
will lie sold. -lOIIN A. KEKVK.
Cairo, 111., August 1th. lsV.i. Circuit Clerk.
Statkok Ii.i.inoi. I Ircnlt tuiirt of Alexander
ColMV OC Al.KXANUEII,
11, 1 f
county. Seiiieinlier term.
A. I). IS'.i,
Wllllani Tweed i'arker
Kllabelb l.lnUer. William I tin hill ! r pit it It loll .
laiiKcr. iivas r. i nrKi r. t
Parker, lioberl II CTlliUlli.
ham, la..ie U Hughes
Altblavltorilic noli resld"iiteof KII.abetli'MiikiT,
W1III11111 Linker. Hya F. Tinker, or Hie tlte defend
nut above named, havlntt hem tll.-il lu the olllce of
the clerk of said circuit couri nl Alexmuier county,
notice Is hereby tilven to the snlil nou n ,ldelll de
leiidiilils.lliat thecoiiiplallinnt luis II led hi hill of
coiupliiiut In said court on the 1I1 im erv side thereof
on the Ullh day of July. A. D. K'l. Now, ihereforu,
miles you. tlni uld Elt.aheih Uni,.,., willluiii
Linker, Hya K, Parker sliull personuiiv he mid ap
pear lielore tho said circuit court n'l' Alexander
county on the llrst day of the next i,TMl tliereof. to
he holileti at the rouri house In t h,. ,u. ,, nro,
in -aid county, on I lie lftlli day of Kepte'iulicr, A. D.
islii, and plead, answer or demur to the said com
plainant' hill of complaint, the smue nnd Hie mut
ter and thine therein rimmed nIM n'med, w ill he
taken as confessed, and a decree eniered aualust
yuu acr'ortlliiK It) the prayer of said idi
JOHN A. HKKVK, Cleik.
(iio:t;s . (in.niaiT, Ciimplaliiain rSullclior
July mh, IH',11. "unuior.
Notice, la hereby Riven to tho widow and heir of
Alelllllller (,'. Ilinfie. dereanerl. Kiwi all .....,
It may concern, that tho iinderMlunod will fllu hi
final report a administrator of tho ostato uf said
Ai!;.!'LL'r C UolKu''' deceased, at tho Auutlst term,
IHiW or tho county court of Alexander county Illi
nois, to bit holdeu at Cairo, In said county, on tho
third Mondiy of Aiiiist Wit. anil v, 111 thon aud
i' muni! mini neuieinuui rum bsk lor a tltxchari'o
such admliilstnitor. JOHN HlilMiEH. h
J illy :w, 18, U. Administrator, eje
WHEREAS. William W. Thornton ami Uirth
M. Thornton, by their certain Trut Died dated
May Iho &th. A. J). lWITand recorded in the Itccml.
ersiilllco In Alexander County, In Book "V."Pnt:e
mi, nun 0 iimcouvey ui urn umieri!UHU a Trustee
the promise hereinafter described to seciiru tho
Mivinent uf seven nromlsorv notes for the sum of
one thousand (UHiO) dollars each aud payable re
spectively In four (4) rive, (,) six seven (T)ulKlit
0i nine (t) and ten (10) years from date, w ith Inter
est 111 lint rate or ten per c.-iu per annum, pavanlo
semi-annually from date and whereas five (.') of said
note aro now due nnd unpaid with interest on
same from the 'J5th of May A . D. t74 to thi date.
And w hereas t ho leenl holder of said note baa
culled upou th undersigned to ell the. premise
liereiuniter ucscriDcu to saosiy earn note and inter
est. Now therefoni in aursuanco of the term of
said Deed of Trust the undersigned will,
ON Tlil'KSDA Y TU E IT1I DAY OF S E ITEM BE It,
A. D. 1S1U.
between the hours of ten (IU) o'clock A.M.. and 5
o'clock 1. M.of said day, on the premises herein
after described in the city ol Cairo. 111., proceed
to sell at public vendue Id tho hlehest bidder for
cash, the lollowiim described Heal Estate, touit:
Lot number nine (lnten (10) eleven (11) twelve il'J)
mid thirteen (1:1) in block number sixteen (Ko iu
the tlrst atlditiou to the city of Cairo. Illinois, a
platted by the Trustee ot Cairo l. I'v rroperty.
situated In the County of Alexander, Illinois, and
all tint rlebts and eijultv of redemption of the said
William V. Thorntou and Martha M . Thornton hi
wife, their heirs, executors, administrator, and as
sl'.'tis therein, to salisl'y said trust aud all co-is uud
expense of cxecutinithcffiine.
II F. MAltSlIALE, Trustee.
Sprlnullcld. III.. Julv nth. its; 'J.
'J' 1U ' S T E fc 8 S A L E .
Whereas, christian lliimiy and I'rsula V. lliinny.
hy their trust deed hcarlutf ' date the 11th day of
April. A. 1). lsr.'i. and duiv recorded In the record
ers olllce of Alexander comity, Illinois, iu book ti of
deeds on miu'es 1 i.'i and ii. did jirunt. bargain and
sell to the uuili'rl''liei Horace Waniner, intrust
lor Hit! use and purpose therein expressed, tho
followi lie. deseriiieil real cMutc, to w it : I.ot num
bered one (Din block numbered twenty-six c.'io, in
the city of Cairo, counl.v of Alexander and Mule of
Illinois, to secure ' the paymi lit of a
certain prnmiory note for' the sum of
live lliouMiud 'dollars i."si of turn
date with said deed, payable three years after the
dale thcreiif, to Horace Warduer a ijuariliau for
Nina doiensiin, u minor, or order with Interest
from dan at the rate ol ten per cent per milium -in-terrt
pryalile enii auuually : and whereas, tin'
principal iif said note, amouniiiii; in live thousand
dollar-. . u 1 . 1 the sum ol two hundred ami sixty
three and 'jo-lim dollar inierc-t thereon. Is due at
the da'e ol this uoUee mid unpaid, and wherea-.
Hie holder (if s lid note ha calieil upon the uiuler
si.'iieil id Nell the said premises to satisfy the said
debt and inore-t. together with the cn-i.. ol uttriid
the rxeciitliin of said trust. Now therefore,
by virtue of the -power civen mo by uid deed of
triisi. and ii!pu:uuuc: with the provi-iots there
of, 1 will ou
nilDAV THE l'tth DAY OK SEITEMDEU
A, I), is'.u,
at the hour of :) o'clock, p. in ., of said day. at the
court house dour, iuihe city of Cairo, iu the county
of Alexander, state of Illinois, proceed in sell, hy
public vendue, to the hiu'lie-t hiddtT for ca-h. said
lot numbered on-(li in block numbered twenty
six (-.tii. in the city of Cairo, county of Alexander
aud stale of Illinois, toncthcrwith all rL'ht of re
demption Kiel Eomctead exeinpiion of the said
Chrisiian llai.nyiind I'rsula V. Haiiuy. The pur
chaser w ill be entitled to a deed.
Dated AiiL'u.-t is. Kl".
llol.'Ai'K WAliDN EH, Trustee.
Samuel V. V'heeler ally, fur trustee.
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
02 Lake St., JJ.'l Seneca St.,
IN' POINT OK
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Completeness of design, nnd
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ALL GOODS FULLY WAHItANTEI).
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And by Flrl ('las Dealer Everywhere.
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SURPLUS over Seven Million !.) .liars.
The Mot Iniiiortant fiUfttioij fur th-c insuring their lives is "WHICH COM
PANY IS STnoNGKST:''
The strongest company is tin?. 'nc whkh has tho most dollars of well isvlstkd
ASSETS FOH KVUHY DK1.I.AU OK I.1AI11LITIL.4.
Of the seventeen largest Life Insurance Companies of the United Statis, the mti
of assets (excluding premium notes) to liabilities, the Equitable is largest, being l'-l.PO
The second largest is 119.77, ami the third largest 117.02.
iTtTThesc figures are from the official
mem, June 1, 19 1 9.
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