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"K. A. Burnett, Cairo, Ullinoii "
OFFICIAL TArEH OF ALEXANDER COUNTT.
K. V. Burnett,
. - Kdltor.
"DsHoc iucv is a scctlmer.t r.ot to be appalled,
r orr.ipted or compron-.i-. It knows no basenets.
towers to no danger, oj prifes r.oweakiees. Fear
lenis. sentrop.s and bnman. it relkes the arm!..mt.
cherishes hotor, and svmpatUise with the huuiMe.
It ak nothitij but what It concedes; it concede
nothing but what it demands. Destructive only of
derputls ra. it Is the tele c'onftnat'.vc of liberty, la
bor and property. It is the sentiment of freedom,
of ei!'.a! oV.iatluns. It is the law of nature per
yadin','tlie law of tie land. The stupid, the kel-fli-h,
tke bsc !n spirit may denounce it as a vi?.t.r
thin; but in the history of iur race the Demo
cratic principle has developed aud illustrated the
fci.herl moral and intellectual attributes of our
nature'. Yes, this is a noble, mapianinous. a sub
lime sentiment, which expands our affections, en
larges the circle of our sympathies aud elevate the
g,wlof man until, clulmiDs; an equality with the
best, he Tejects as anwortby of his dignity any po
llticul immunities over the humblest of his fellows.
Yes, it is an ennobling principle; and mny that
spirit which animated our fathers in the revolution
ary contest forlw establishment contluuo to ani
mate ns, their sous, In the impending f trng.le for
Ita pretervation." WILLIAM ALLEN.
The Chicago Tribune is disposal to
argue that the juttics are a failure because
they arc not used more. A very common
dispatch from Port Eads to New Oilcans
is: "No arrivals or departures to-day." In
view of the fact that all vessels arc shut out
from New Orleans by the quarantine reijula
tiotisi, tho Tribune's attack is a cool piece nt
assurance, to say the least ot it.
It will soon be said of St. Louis as it
once was ot Memphis, that the' citizen has
the sensation of Uvins iu the midst of a
continuous battle. The Times-Journal of
Monday says: "The outlook iu the way of
hangings is remarkably- cheerful. Since
the first of June, eleven murders have been
committed, and already there are several
condemned murderers in the city jail. It
might be a good idea to hasten the trials of
those not yet convicted and hang the whole
batch together. It would save time,
trouble aud rope."
The present fiscal year promises to show
a still heavier increase in the balance of
trade in our favor. Tho first month shows
a balance of 13,000,000 and but a small
part of the cereals.produce and tobacco,lms
gone abroad and none of the cotton. To
these products must be added many manu
ufacturcs now being successfully introduced
into foreign markets. Hut in what shape
docs this "balance" come to usi It is not in
gold, nor silver, nor exchange, nor anything
that makes money more plentiful or the
masses more prosperous. It simply changes
our governmental evidences of indebtedness
from English to American hands thaf.and
The St. Louis Republican says: "The
people of Tennessee are charged with being
ip favor of repudiation because of the re
cent proposition upon which they voted to
compromise the public debt. But they mo
not amenable to such a charge. The qucs
tiqn of repudiation was not an issue at the
late election. It was simply whether they
nhould agree to certain terms of adjust
ment, and these aro rejected. It would be
no more than justice to tho citizens of our
sister coinmtiiiweiiltli to wait for evidence
before indicting them." The Tennessee
papers t-ok tin; sumo view of the mutter,
before as well uh since tlm election.
TllB New York Herald of a recent date
ssyj that tho thieves who stole the remains
of A. T. Stewart lrom the tomb, now boldy
ucmunii f.'w.ooo ueiuru uiry win return
1 . ' 1.,-, ilAA I ..r .1 ..
them. The coffin-plate and collln handles
and knobs have been sent to a Nassau
itrcet lawyer by express from Boston with
a proposal to return tho Iwdy for $230,000.
Amid all theso bewilderment, Judge
Hilton and others interested in tho bones of
tho old merchant prince, have so far rc
tused to compromise with tho robbers. It
is a sorry retribution that is wreaked on tho
corrupting flesh and rattling bones of tho
dead; but no man can think of tho manner
in which Stewart, when alive, dug up the
bones of hundreds of human beings, and
carted them ns so much rubbish
withor f-t'lino tlint "limo nmkcs n11 tlli""s
eUV.." To provide the foundation for a
stable he disturbed the sacred dust of bet
ter men than' himself, causing a feeling of
horror and indignation among the people of
New York that finally begat violent inter
ference with his ghoulish work. And now,
ns if in answer to the demands of retribu
tive justice, his own boues are carried hither
and yon, a shapeless rattling heap, hidden
away in dark and noisomo places, the spoil
of bad meu; who would sell them for
money ! It is, as we have said, a senseless
retribution that is wreaked upon the
dead; but if there are any living Stewarts
let them heed the lesson, andrespect dead
men's bones as they would have their own
HEATHENS AT HOME.
Tho editor of tho Benton Legal Tender is
opposed to foreign missionary labor, until
Americans are brought up to the moral
plane of the average heathen. "From what
we hear of the heathen," ho says, "they are
quite as well off as are people in the
United States. They are quite as happy
and less meddlesome. They do not have ;.i
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many rapes, riots, sucrm s sales, muruers.
abortions, robberies aud criminals to the
square inch as in the boasted civilization
of America, a Christainizod country.
The heathens are not eternally
reaching for back-pav and legisla
ting their children into the support
of a bondholding aristocracy as are the ones
who couceived it to be their duty to beg
from American industry lor the support of
tlioip ivlin. if aide to improve the morals of
a pcopu., v,n-,,( (0 well to tackle the Ameri
can ministry" and chtirches, as a commence
ment exercise. With our owu country run
ning to crime, pauperism, aristocracy, and
all manner of robbery of industry; with
drunkenness incrcaug as rot does iu an
a'Htlc: with the lvwr-house aud jai's of
America filling up faster than are homes,
with happiness; with a life-enslaving golden
calf element reaching for the vitals of that
civil and religious liberty that cannot en
dure where people are not free and inde
pendent, with laws that are made by the
rich to make men richer and hold the
wealth-producing clement of the country
in continual subjugation to ignorance,
prejudice and hard times, it does seem to
us as we look by the light of the lamp God
suspends before us, that America is a field
for all the missionary work that can be done
by those who are powerful to do good.
Those who are powerless for good at home,
are no good or credit to God or to man at
home or abroad."'
There is, quite manifestly, a rapidly
growing need for a missionary in the sanc
tum of Benton Legal Tender. The b-a-d
Many men of many minds.
The returns of the several county asses
sors for the year 1S7D, as compiled by the
State Board of Equalization, present figures
that forn'U in..es.i.-e study.
'Mratiug that all our assessors are honest,
conscientious men, and in forming their es
timates of values constantly held in view
the requirements of tho law, we have cause
for amazement in the diversity of opinion,
indicated by their returns.
During his two years of service Assessor
Alden, of Alexander county, has reduced
the taxable value of the property of the
county fifteen or eighteen per cent., bring
ing it down to the average of the balance of
the listh congressional district. Taking his
value as a standard, we find our friends in
Wayne, Coles, Edgar, Macoupin aud several
other counties, occupying tho plane of "tax
dodgers," or iu possession of the scrawniest
horses and cows, the shakiest old wagons
and carriages, the wheeziest old organs artd
tho snidiest watches to be found iu the
State ot Illinois. Running a parallel be
tween Wayne and Alexander we have the
following result: Average value of horses,
here, $2'J.01; there $14.48. Cattle, here,
$3.83; there, 0.00. Mules, here, 32.31;
there, 20.39. Sheep, here, 89; there, 54.
Hogs, here, 98; there, 03. Wagons ttud
carnages, here, 19.80; there, 12.08.
Watches and clocks here, 7.55; there,
2.02. Sewing machines, here. 11.14;
there. 7.90. . The improved lands of
Wayne are valued at 4.23; unimproved at
41.1)4. Improved lands in Alexander,
7.98; unimproved, 2.30.
The Macoupin county girls play upon or
gans valued nt 11, and ride in wagons and
carriages that average a value of 9.49.
The blades of Etliiioham and Ed-mr
v. . , ., .
iuuiw'- spun ciironoincici'.s mat are
.. .1 1 .. -ft'. V . I ., ..
iiiuen ui t'-uj tjicn, Ainu; um g00,i wives
of rich Bureau county ruu sewing machines
which their lords value at $4.CU each.
CAIRO BULLETIN : WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 1879.
It is a curious study, in that "Table A,"
sent out by the IUmrd of Equalization for
tho inspection of newspaper men. Tho
newspaper wen aro puzzled 6ore to deter
mine how the assessors, nctnig under tho
sumo law, could "do it;" but avo puzzled
equally sore to determiuo how the Equali
zers aro going to "undo it."
Wiikntiib Bowels aub DisoiiDtian.
No time should bo lost iu rcsortiug to u
suitable remedy, llostetter's Stomach
Bitters is the most reliable and widely
esteemed medicine of its class. It removes
the causes of constipation, or of undue re
laxation of the intestines, which are usually
indigestion or a misdirection of the bile.
When it acts as a cathartic, it does not gripe
aud violently evacuate, but produces
gradual and natural effects, very unlike those
of a drastic purgative ; and its power of as
sisting digestion nullities those irritating
conditions of the mucous m&nbrane of the
stomach and intestinal canal which
produce first diarrhira, and eventually
dysentery. The medicine is, moreover, an
agreeable one, and eminently pure and
wholesome. Appetite and tranquil nightly
slumber are both promoted by it.
Is rr Tuck. Is it true that a remedy has
been compounded which will do away with
the mineral and drastic purgatives of the
past centuries, and which, while entirely
efficient, will leave the system in its former
healthy condition i Yes, the remedy is
'fabler's Portaline, or Vegetable Liver Pow
der; a euro for all the '"disorders arising
from a torpitl liver, and its innocent as sprint;
water. Give it a trial. It will do what it
promises. Price 50 cents a bottle. For
stile by Barclay Bros.
Notice is hereby civc n to the widow and heirs of
Alexander C. Hodges, deceased, nu j uii others whom
i; may concern, that the undcHcucd will t'lu his
final report as administrator of tko estate of said
Alexander C. Hodges, deceased, at the August term,
1 s7! of the county court of Alexander county, Illi
nois, to he holde'n at Cairo, in said county, uu the
third Monday of August aud nil llieu ami
there make final settlement iiud ns k fr a ci-eliar.-e
n s urh cdmiuistrator. .ItUiN HuiliiKS.
.July :J0, 17.'. Administruti r. etc.
e-tate or j.ivr.s u tisi e, rr. r..'.s;
The undersized, having been appointed Ai!:a:n
l-tniior of ti.e estate of Theion iils'i:, h.io i.i
the countv of Alexander and si.ue of I'.litiois. de
ceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear be
lore the county court of Alexander county; at ti.e
court house in Cairo, a: the October term, ou the
thiid Monday iu (. 'tuber next, at w hich time all
persons having claims ag.iin-t mid e-t.ite are noti
fied and recjueted to attend lor tie1 ptnjiose of h.-.v-ing
the same ndie.-ted. Ail persons indented to s:;td
estate ure requested to make iinnieutaie payment to
lated this l'-st dnv of August!. A D. Jf7!.
IJKOroSALS FOI! ni'lLDINd NEW UlilDGE
OVEH LAKE CHEEK.
I'rotmsals. to be tiled with Countv Clerk, will be
receivedby the County liourd of Alexander Countv
Illinois until '.' o'clock a. m.. Moi.dav, September
1st. next, for furnishing all materials aud labor
necessary to build a new bridge over Luke Creek,
on Cairo'nml Jonesboro road, in tame location aa
Specifications may be obtained at office- of under
signed, corner Washington avenue and Eighteenth
street, iu this citv. or from Samuel Jlriley Com
miscioucr. at Eic'o, in thi county.
HUM. W . HALLWAY.
Chairman Count' liourd.
Cairo, 111., Aug. 11. 1M9.
I'ublic notice is hereby given to E. Hooks that on
the m li dnv ol .Mav. IsHt. C. H. Woodward sued out
ol the Circuit Court ol AN sunder county, Illinois,
a writ of attachment against the estate ofE. Hooks,
for SM i.on. returnable on the third .Monday of Sep
tember, Is'!', to a term of said court then to be
lioldeu In the city ol Cairo, in said county and
slate, which writ of attachment ha-i been levied
upon a lot of merchandise. Now. unless E. Hooks
shall appear, give bail and plead within the time
liniiteu fot his appearance in such case, judgment
willj be entered aud the estate so nttacin-d
will be sold. JOHN A REEVE.
Cairo. III.. August 1th. 1ST9. Circuit Clerk.
I'ubl'c. notice is hereby given to Herman Levy
that on the l'.tth day of July. A. I). 1S?!, Her rv
Weiss sued out of thn circuit conrt of Alexander
county. Illinois, a writ of attachment against t In
estate of the said Herman I.evy, for .j i'J" t. return
able on the third Monday of September, lsT'A to a
term of said court then li) be holdcn in the city of
Cairo, in said county and state, which writ ol at
tachment has been levied upon lot '.M, block ST. in
said citv of Cairo. Now. unless tin; said Herman
fvy shall appear, five ball and plead within the
mil limited lor his appearance in such case, Judg
ment will be entered and the estate so atta. bed
will be sold. JOHN A. REEVE.
Cairo, Id., August 4th. lsV'.i. Circuit Clerk.
Statu ok Illinois. i circuit court of Alexander
Coc.stv or Ai.i.xAsm.r.. county. September term,
A. 1). IS'.i.
William Tweed I'aikcr 1
Lli.nheth Linker. William ; on bill fi r pai'.i'.ion.
Linker. Dyas )'. 1'arkcr. li!e ,'
l'arker. Robert li Cunning. I
ham. Liz.ie It Hughes j
Affidavit of the nun reshlenrcnf Elizabeth'!.! nker,
William Linker. Dyas E. Parker, of the the defend-
ants above uamsd. having i n filed in the oll'ei- nf
the clerk of said circuit court of Alexander county,
notice is hereby given to the said non-resident de
fendants. I hut the complainant has riled his blil of
eotn plaint In said court on the chancery side thereof
on the Pith day ol July. A. li. K i. Now, therefore,
unless von. ttu: said Elizabeth Linker. William
Linker.' I ij as K. Parker shall personally lie and ap
pear belo'ru tho said circuit court of Alexander
countv on the first dayof the next term thereof, to
be hofdemtt the conrt house iu the city ol Cairo,
In said countv, ou the 1Mb day of September. .v I).
lsTII. mid plead, answer or demur Ui ll.o suld com
plainant's bill of complaint, the same and the mat
ters ami things therein charged and stated, w ill lie
taken us confessed, and a decree entered against
you accurdingto thu prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. REEVE. Cleik.
(iiiKKN A Ciii.iiKitT, Complainant Solicitors.
July Kill, )N',.
WHEREAS. William W. Thornton and Martha
M. Thornton, by their certain Trust Died dated
May the AMii, A. I). lWiVand recorded lu the Record
ers officii in Alexander County, in Hunk "V." Fugu
4S1, gaud :l did convey to the undersigned, is Trusteo
the premises hereinafter described in s.-ctiro tho
payment of seven promlsory notes for the sum of
one iiniiismm (iiso ooiiars eucu anil iayal)lere
spectivclv in four. ( II live (.') six K'.i seven 7) eight
(Ki nine (b) and ten (Hi) years from date, with Inter
est at the rate of tun per cent per annum, payable
semi-niinually from date and whereas five i.'n of said
notes are now due and unpaid wit li interest on
same from the '.Kith of May A. I). Is-, to this datu.
And wiu-rcas tho legal holder of said notes has
called niion the undersigned to sell 'he premise
liereliiAlier described to sutisly said notes and inter
est. Now therefore In pursuance of the terms of
said oeeitoi irusi ine lmucrsigncu win,
ON THURSDAY TH E ITH DAYOKSKITEMHEHi
between the hours of ten (HD o clock A. M., and 5
o chick 1 1 .'I . oi saio uiiv, on i ne premises herein
after described iu the city ol calm. Ills
to sell ut public vendue to the highest hidiliir lor
dish, the following described It.'al Kslate, lo-wit:
Lots number nine (inten (Id) eleven nj) twelve (IS)
and thirteen (Itli In block number sixteen (1H) In
the first addition to the city of Cairn, Illinois, as
pitmen ny me irusiees oi cairo cpv Property,
situated In tho County of Alexander, (Hlnols, aiid
nil the lights and eullilv of reileiiinil,,,, ,,r ,1,., ,,I
William W. Thornton anil Martha M Thornton hl
wite, inetr neirs, cxuciuors, auiiiinistriiinrs, unit as
signs therein, to satisfy said trust ami cWg ttnd
expenses of executing lliesnine
. F. MARSHALL, Tf..0,
Sprlnglluld, Ills.. July I'th. Ihl-t. 1 0l
PTR U 8TE E 8 8 ALE.
Where. Christ Inn Ilnnnv t,l lTi..i. I ttu....U
by their tnut deed bearing datu tho Ilia day of
April, A. D. Wi and dmy recorded In iha record
ers ofllce or Alexander county, Illiuuia, in book B of
deeds on pages l;tt and H did (-rant, bargain and
sell to the undersigned Iloraco Wardner, in trust
lor the one and purposed thisreln expressed, thu
follow-lnu described real estate, to-wit: Lot num
bered one (I) iu block numbered twenty-six (go), n
the city of Cairo, county ol Alexander and stale of
Illinois, to tecuru tho payment of a
certain promlsory nolo for the sum of
live thousand dollars (.vw0) of oveu
dale w ith said deed, payable three yean after tho
elate I hereof, to Horace Wardner ns guardian for
Nina Jorgeiisoh. a inlnor, or order with Interest
from datu at the rate of ten per cent per annum tu
tcrcst payable semi annually; and whereas, the
principal of said note, amounting to five thousand
collars, and the sum of two hundred and sixty
three anil i'iO-IOU dollars Interest thereon, is due al
the date) of this notice and unpaid, and whereas,
the holder of said note has caU4 upon the under
signed to sell thu said premises to suilsv-, the sr.'.d
debt und Interest, together with the costs attend
ing the exerullon of said trust. Now therefore,
by virtue of Hie power given me by said deed of
trust, and iupuisunucc with thu provisions there
of, I will on
FRIDAY THE Huh DAY OK SEPTEMBER
A, D. is;,
at the hour of 3 o'clock, 1. m., of said day, at the
court house door, in the city of Cuiro, In thecounty
of Alexander, state of Illinois, proceed to sell, by
public vendue, to the highest bidder for cash, said
lot numbered omul) In block numbered twenty
six (.), in the city ol Cairo, county of Alexander
ami slate of Illinois, together with all right of re
demption and homestead exemption of the said
Christian Hanny and I'rsula V. llauny The pur
chaser w ill be entitled to a deed.
Dated August IS. ISVU.
HORACE WARDNER, Trustee
Samuel P. Wheeler attv. for trustee.
ISSOLL'TION OF I'ARTNKR HIP.
The nartnersl'.ln heretofore existing between M-i
John Maior aud Mosea Tcssier is this day diss
solved by mutual consent, and ad claims uuu from
and to the firm are assumed by John Major.
Cairo, Ills , Aug. liith, Is?.'.
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
G2 Lake St., U3 Seneca St.,
ik tr I. -a
Economy in Fuel, Dura
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Completeness of design, and
IVrfectness of Construction.
Simplicity of Management, and
General Working Qualities.
THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE
' P AND CJ
IN THE MARKET.
Time Tried and Fire Tested!
EVERY STOVE RELIABLE,
AND PROVES A SUCCESS.
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED.
For sale I y C. W. HENDERSON. Cairo.
And by Flr-t Class Dealers Everywhere.
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Xewna;)iT Advertising Bureau.
For Ten Cents: One hundred page Pamphlet
with Lists ol Newspapers uud Advertising Rates :
For T. ti Dollars: Four lines inserted one week
inTurei. Hundred aud Fifty Newspapers.
HE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY 1
(i RAY'S SPECIl'lC MKPICIXE,
Is specially reeotll-
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falling cure lor
poleney, and all
diseases that fol
low as a sei,ienco
on seii-aiiuse; as
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Boforo TakhgfiT T'l 'in Vh'Ur Taiing,
Hack, Dimness of the Vision, Premature Old Age,
ml many other diseases thai lead in Insanity. Coin
sumption and a Premature (iruve, nil of which as a
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nature and over-lndulgum c. The "pi 1 1 tl- Mi me
la tho result of a lile study and many years of ex
perience In treating these special diseases.
Fall particulars in otir pamphlets, which we de
llro to send frue by mall to uvery one,
Thu Npcrliic. Medicine Is sold In all druggists at
$1 per package, or six packages forf',. or will be
sunt by uiall ou receipt of the tu v .v nddressiiie
Till'. OlfAY MKfiltMNK CO,.
No. in Mechanic's llli.ek. Dkiiioit. Mlr li.
frSold In Cairo. 111., hy Pacl (,. mil. and
by Druggist everywhere.
JAMES MEYER, Jk's
INODOROUS AND COLORLESS.
The Most Effective, Powerful and Cheapest'
Disinfectant and Deodorizer
Destroys nnl Neutralizes tho Mot-.t OKeDMve Oilors imd Poisuni.iiB Gufces
from Imperfect Sewerage or any other Source of Infection.
ARRESTS AND PREVENTS CONTAGION,
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SIX YJAKS S13VJ3JIKST TESTS.
J.M. VANDECRIFF, Pre.si.lent of the Howard Atsotiati.m, New Orleuns. N'. v.
lllth, writes: "The (Iihomun has lieen fully tested l.y tin; Members nf this Ashk i.-.ti' n
tlurino; the lust ejiiilemie, and it is their oeneral opinion that it is the hest rcpur.iii.:n "f
the kind that haa ever heen off'cre.1 to the j.uhlic.
"I therefore consider it my duty to recommend its use, nut alone during cpiiiui ies,
but ns an article that should he kept in every well-regulated household."
New Oiii.eanf, November l'.ith.
"Il .vino; freely used the (iiitoniN Disinkf.ctant in my iriate practice find lor t!;
Howard Association, dftrir, the Jiatt epidi mie in this city, I cftn testify to its ciaiios ;
a disi:.!' ctant and deodorizer. In my opinion it is without an equal.
MONTGOMERY RROUN. M. I).
PIiK E -Vlctc f .r (Juart Rottle. Call and get ian;ihkt giving '.lie various t. s
which it iu:.y be applied.
Exclusive Agents, Cairo, lUiuok
IT I 1 1 4 A
Ve are authorized Snecial
Hingstons Poison Ely Plate
AT BARCLAY BROTHERS,
AVill kill more Hies in less time than any other poison ever
offered to the public.
LIFE ASSUBAKCE SOCIETY
ASSETS. Ja.vvauv 1. 1ST0.
iN'o I'remiam Note I
SURPLUS over Seven Million Iauar.
The M-st in.poitant quest:, n for those insming their livi t is "WHICH COM
PANY IS STRONGEST."
The strong' t company is the one which haa the most ixm,ahs ok wtu, ikvkstkd
APSETH YOU hVEUV DUI.I.All OK I.IAHII.ITIKS. '
Of the r-eventccn largest Life Insurance Companies of the United States, the luii
of fibsets (excluding premium notes) to liabilities, the Equitable is lurgest, being 121.01)
The second largest is 119.77, and the third largest 117.1)2.
fc-irTliOM? figures are from the official report of the New Yoik Insurmice Depart
ment, June 1, lb'S.
Grow mote popnlur every day, nn1 are inmlo a specialty.
Washington Ayenue, Cor.. Twelfth Street,
Dressing of Offensive Wvuii.k
Agents for the proprietors.
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