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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
K. A. Burnott,
"Dbkoihai v Is a sentiment cot to be appalled,
corrupted or compromised. It knows no baseness,
cowers to no danser. o; pretses to weakness. Fear
less, generuut and hamaEC. It rebuke the arrogant,
cherishes honor, and sympathise with the htitahle.
It k nothing but what it concedes: It concede
nothing but whet It demands. . Destructive only of
despotif m, It Is the sole conservative of liberty . la
bnr Mid property. Histhe sentiment of freedom,
of equal obllgat'-jut. It Is the law of nature per
vading the law of the land. The stupid, the sel
fish, the base In spirit may denounce It as a vulgar
iftlng; but in the history of ov.r race the Demo.
cratlc principle has developed and Illustrated the
highest moral and intellectual attributes of our
nature. Yes, this is a noble, magntiLlmons, a u'
lime sentiment, which expands our affection, en
large the circle of our sympathies uud elevate the
oul of mun until, claiming an equality with the
Vat, he reject u jnwortbyof hi dignity any po
litical Immunities over the humblest of his follow.
Yes.lt 1 an ennobling principle; and m.ny that
spirit which animated our fathers in the Revolution
ary contest for It establishment continue to aui
mate u. their sons, in tho impending struggle for
Us preservation." WILLIAM ALLEN.
Tuk oat crop in Illinois this year amounts
to 54,004,569 bushels, grown on 1,001,193
acres, yielding an average of thirty-three
and one half bushels per acre. The total
value of tho crop is estimated at $12,009,
162. The value of the hay crop is f 10,400,
000. Tue Chicago Tribune, speaking of the
DcYoung-KtillocIi affair, says : "No reptu
ablc man will waste any sympathy on Kal
locli, and the almost universal verdict will
be, "served him right." The Cincinnati
Commercial is a little more emphatic: 'The
retort of Kalloch was that of a beastly des
perado, and he deserved to be shot dead
Tun Chicago lutcr-Ocetin's mischievous
declaration that if the Democratic party
can't be voted down it must be shot down,
has not, as far as we have observed, called
out a word of reproof lrom a single Uopub
lican paper in the country. The thought
was devilish, the expression of it infamous.
Had a Southern editor said it, the press at
the North, Democratic as well as republi
can, would have made the very heavens vo
cal with their denunciations. Hut the pub
lication was made in Chicago, aud not in
Neither the Republican nor the Demo
cratic party ot the country will be in a con
dition to "crow" over the result of the elec
tion in California, let that result be what it
may. Tho people there are divided over
questions peculiar to the Pacific coast, ami
party politics have cut no figure in the
fight at any time during the canvass. Hun
dreds and thousauds of Democrats will
support the so-called Republican ticket be
cause of the belief that they will, thereby,
centnbute to the overthrow of KearnoyUrn.
Old party Hues nie almost entirely obliter
ated, and matters of purely state policy
, only, are given prominence. The result
' will be a triumph of or over Kearney!!)).
This and nothing more.
Tuekk is a steady growing detcrininu
; tiou to turn the waters of the ocean into the
desert of SttWa. The seheme is so for ad
vanced that vrelim';
, being made uud.-r the direction of the
famous French engineer, De I.e,...,, it
eeuisthat only a portion of Saltan lies
below the waters of the ocean, a ba!u
which is set down as El Suf, in geographic.
MM ...t .a rt.lt .
, i iio greatest lengtn oi this posin is M)0
, tuilea, and its greatest bteadth 129 miles.
iiaarea ov.wj; quite a little larger than
the state of Illinois. There Is now no
doubt but that this basin onco formed a
part of tho Pacific, and the notion that if It
Is again covered with water it will dcntroy
tho earth's balance, throw us out of our
orbit, and send ns an aimless wanderer
through space, is tho merest fol-do-rol.
A WOMAN'S VICTIM.
Of love that ono mighty and irresistible
passion of tho human heart Wright
llrandou has always, iu a most refined but
decidedly inexorable way, expressed tne
"Lovo is a disorder of tho nerves," ho
would say, laughing, in the pleasant, in
fectious way that made his companionship
so fascinating; "it is an epidemic of the
spring when birds and beasts and reasonable
bipeils becomo contaminated with languor
and longing, the fever, folly and fancy of a
disease occasionally as ridiculous as it is
Notwithstanding this peculiar sort of in
fidelity, Wright Brandon was affable and
honorable, generous and gentle, and gallant
on all occasions when not to be so would
have been ill-bred. Ho was a noticeably
handsome man, although not an Adonis in
his grace and symmetry certainly; but ho
was tall and strong and his shoulders were
uperb. His thick hair rippled m ruddy
chestnut waves over his noble head, his in
telligent forehead was aa smooth and white
as that of a woman's; his brow and lashes
were intensely dark, his eyes purplish blue,
keen aud thrillingiy mesmeric, ana lus
features were graiully molded. He hud a
tine income, plenty of leisure, and cared
very little lor society. But lor the science
of notauy he had a mosc passionate dilec-
tion. Ho was a most devout ilisciple
ol' the piscatorial art also, and many a
range, fair flower had faded in grasp as
ho watched the shadow of his rou on the
surface of some amber pool, and many a
glittering trout had nibbled harmlessly the
bait iroiu his lorgotten hook, while he
speculated upon the rare and brilliant
toruution ot some blossoms uunj,rling lroiu
the boughs above him.
Coming along the bank of a dancing,
dashing mountain stream one summer
morning, burdened with his botanical
books and tailing trappings, he suddenly
found himself in a sunny glade that sloped
downward into the river m a grassy point,
on one side of which was a floating wilder
ness of water lilies with golden hearts and
LrooJ petals of snow, and on the other u
placid pool swarming with glancing, silvery
"Just the place for a delightful day." was
his mental comment as he seated himself
upon a bed of wild violets in a luxurious,
hollow between the huge, naked roots of n
great tree, threw out his line, artistically it
not customably fastened his rod, and open
ing a volume prepared to wait with philo
sophical patience until some unsuspecting
wanderer of tho topaz depihs below would
become a captive of his sharp aud cruel
"The ivy,'' he read irom the open page,
"was dedicated by the ancients to Bacchus,
some poets say because it has the effect of
dissipating the tunics of wine. It is also
symbolical of friendship from the closeness
of its adherence to that upon wliich it has
once fixed itself; and hence a favorite de
vice of seals a sprig of the vine with the
motto: 'I die where I attach myself.' It's
leaves are tie '
He stopped, fancying he heard a sound
behind him, and half arising l e looked
And there at the foot amnguih'cient tree,
he saw, sitting in a crimson shawl, a hand
some woman. Her form was evidently tall
and supple; and her features, her hands, her
arms, were as white and as exquisitely
moulded as if chiseled out ol marble from
some clastic model. Her creat, brilliant
eyes were intensely black, and her superb
ehon hair was twisted iu heavy masses
about her graceful head.
.Vs he glanced at her covertly, curiously,
J admiringly, a young man, blonde, slen
der, elegant, toying with a whip, pushed
asme tne ttarn sweeping branches and en
tered the glade.
"Di, my dear, are you ready to finish
your ride yet !" he asked pleasantly. As he
spoke he saw the figure of Wright Bran
don, and rushing down the slope, surprised
and glad, cried :
"Why, Wright, I never thought to find
you hore. How are you old fellow;"
"QuiN as I always am," returned the
otiier, dropping hN book and springing to
his feet; his shapely hand outstretched,
"quite as I always am, Carl well, hearty,
and most happy to meet an old friend.''
"Angling and botanizing together, as
unusual," remarked Carl St. John, with a
pleasant laugh, ns if of friendly raillery.
"Where are"you stopping? AtDeCour's;,
Well. I shall take you home with nie,
Wright. I shall take no denial, and no
apology for refusal. Let mc introduce my
wife. Diana, my dear, persuade Mr. Bran
don to become our gUeSt."
"I think peruusion is not necessary to
induce Mr. Brandon to please his friends,"
observed the charming woman in a flatter
ing voice, and with an alluring smile, as
she gave him her danty hand, ungloved and
And Wright Brandon, who believe ! his
heart to be us passionless and impregnable as
an icy rock ou an Alpiue peak, thrilled as
he felt that mesmeric touch, and assented.
"I am so glad to have you here with us,
Wright," said Carl St. John, some days
latter. "My dear Di is quite changed since
you have come, and she found the old place
lonely enough before, I dare say, fori never
cared, ns she does, to ride and angle and
hunt after odd plants with impossible names.
1 only hope she does not weary you with her
frncies and whims."
"She does not weary mo. 1 am onlv tun
happy to humor her," was the slow reply.
hum niiyi.i uiiuiuoij iacu become
And so the summer weeks slipped by,
aud Diana St. John never rode by sun or
moon through the fragrant, shadowy ways
that Biaudon's hand was not on her bridle
rMn. It was with Brandon she trntlu-ivd
the piuk wild roses and the pale trreen
plumes of lerti.
And by and by there were things said of
tiiem hy tne observant villagers that they
would not have been pleased to hear. Only
Call too noble to stisnect ill of those u
loved and trusted seemed blind.
But one day he heard au evil hint and
caught a mocking, taunting sneer. And
then in defense of the man he honored, and
i i i i i. , ...
ii- muuim ue luioreu, no raiseu ins arms
anu dealt the interuieddh r blow upon blow
" violent thai JjU-hands were wet with
blood of bis iiitliiy.
Ho went directly home and found those
he had defended sitting together in the par
lor, Diana before tho piano, aad Brandon
bending - over her in the dark.
"What has happened," cried Diana,
growing white aa the silken dress she wore.
'Why is there blood on your hands, Carl I"
"It means that I have punished the
scamp who dared to think evil of my most
innoce.lt wife," ho answered, kissing hrr
upturndd forehead. -
Wright Braudon wincod,and an inex
plicable expression passed over his flushed
"(), Carl, my pear, my dear," murmured
tho wife, rising from her seat and leading
her husband to a sofa with the utmost so
licitude. And then she bathed his bruised hands
and kissed theni and cried over him softly,
and all tho while Brandon watched her
silent as death, tho scarlet color all gone
from a countenauco upon which had come
a strange, dazed look oi wonder and pain.
By-and-by her husband went away and
they wore left alone together again.
"1 am going now, Diana," said Brandon
in a faint voice ; "will you come as far as
the gate with mc? I have something to
say to you."
She wrappcil a scan ol crimson silk about
her shoulders, and walked down the path
by his side. Iu the shadow of a treat
weeping willow tree ho stopped her.
"Have you ever loved me, Diana?" he de
manded, in a broken voice, but with such pas
sionate pain iu his eyes that s.he trembled.
"Have you only amused yourself with me?
Have you only smiled on nie to beguile nu ?
Have your caresses meant nothing but de
ceit?" She stood motionless and sileut, her eyes
ou the ground. .
"This has been the iirst passion of my
life," he went on bitterly; "you persuaded
me to believe that you did not love your
husband that you had never load him
that your life was desolate until I came.
What I have seen to-night has convinced
me of your falsehood and coquetry. Ootid
God, woman, do you know what you nave
"I thought you understood it was all
only a flirtation," she faltered, her guilty
"A flirtation!" he repeated in tones she
never might forget to her dying day.
"You have stung me to the soul; and yet,
weak, dishonored wretch that I am, I love
you so well that I cannot live to bear my
He cauirht her in l.is arms aud held her
for a moment, struggling aad pleading,
against his bosom, and then suddenly let
What happened was to her then like a
nightmare vision. She saw him place a
crystal vial to his white, shivering lips;
she knew he drained the poisorous con
tents at a draught, and then she turned and
fled up the path asd into the house with
'Something has happened to Wright !"
she gapped to her husband, who was com
ing in an opposite door. "I think lie is
"111!" echoed St. John, amazed and
startled by that shocked, but most beauteous
"Oh, go quickly!" she entreated; "do go
to him quickly, Carl."
They found him lying face downward in
the dewy grass, ami perhaps he was think
ing of the day when he first met the woman
who had so 'fatally beguiled him, for he
murmured with convulsed lips, upon which
the foam had gathered ;
"I die where I attach myself."
As he saw St. John he shudlcred. and
turned away his eyes, already growing dim.
"They will say hard things of me when I
am gone", he murmured, very feebly, and
then added brokenly, "I took it by
The last desire 'of the unhappy, passim?
soul was to shield from censure her whom
he had so bjindly and recklessly loved.
If Carl St. John had any suspicion of the
truth, he generously saved bis wife re
proaches. But all the olden sweet confidence had
gone forever, between them walked the
spectre of a dead man the victim of a wo
man's thoughtlessness and vanity.
Tin-: majority of Wall Street, houses and
men, have a world wide reputation for
soundness and honesty, The old house of
Alex. Frothingham fc Co., 13 Wall Street,
New York, is entitled to absolute con
fidence. They state that an investment of
about $100 made recently, returned over
if 1,000 in less than sixty days. Send for
their circluar, free.
A Seahcii Waiikant allows an officer to
go through your huuso from cellar to gar
ret, and Lindsey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes and drive out all 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, Boils, Pimples,
&c, we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druggists. See that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper.
R. E. Seu.eus & Co., Prop'is, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bio's Agents.
Savk voir children. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or uny other country.
One teaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbery's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine. Benj. Ly
tic, Union township, Ta. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Win.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 2.", cts. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
The thl'Tii is mioiity and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
are living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, billion,
ness, headache arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness and all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. Fur
sale by all druggists. Price 25 cents. R,
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. iluelay Bros., agents.
The action of Kidney. Wort on the Kx.
neys, Bowels and Liver, gives it wonder
Public notice i hereby given to E. Hooka tht on
of tho Circuit Court of Alexander county. U iui,
a writ of altaeument against the nstato ofK Ho L
lor M.iio returnable on ,Ue third Mom ay of h ,i"
emW, lK-.li, to a term of .aid court th.m , ,
holden In the city ol Cairo, lu said 'count v ' and
state, which writ of attachment has been levied
upon a lot ol merchandise. Now, unless K, H, , t!
s!.)l appear, give ball and plead within tho u,o
limited for hi appearanee in such case, ludinniiiit
will bo entered aud tho eMnte so attached
wil be.od. J011NaeEV'I,
Cairo, III., Angnst Uh, JS79. Circuit Clerk.
Whereas, Christian Hiinny utd I'rMila V. llanny,
by their bust deed besrlug dale the 14th day of
April. A. U. lh;5, und duiv recorded lu the record
er" office ol Alexander eoiiutv, Illinois, iu book 1 of
deed on pages lift nml ii, d,i nmt. bargain und
sell to the undersigned Horace Warduer, lu trout.
Iiirtheune and purpose tburoln expressed, the
f.dlon Ins described real estate, to-wlt ; Lot num
bered ono (I) iu block iiuinbercd twenty-six (Jill, in
the city of Cairo, county of Alexander and slate of
Illinois, to secure the payment of a
certain promisory note for tliu sum of
live thousand dollar ($."sk1) of even
date with said deed, payable three years after the
date thereof, to Horace. Wurduer as uuartlian for
Nina Jorcetison. a minor, or order with interest
from date at the rate of ten per ceiit.per annum-in-lere-t
payable semi-annually ; and whereas, the
principal of said uote, amounting to rive thousand
ilullui. und the sum of two hundred und ixty
three und MMOO dollais Interest thereon. Is due at
the date of thl nollcn aud unpaid, and whereas,
the holder of said uote hn called upon the under
sinned to sell the said premise to satiety the snld
debt and Interest, together with the costs atleml
ini: tuu t'Xi'ritiioti of said trust. Now tbuelore.
by virtue of the power given mo by said deed of
trut,aiid iu pursuance with the provisions there
of, 1 will ou
FRIDAY THE l!':b DAY OF SKTTEMBFJt
ut the hour of 3 o'clo, k, p. in . of said day. at ti e
court bouse door, iu the city of Cairo, in theeounry
of Alexander. -tiite of Illinois, proceed in sell, by
public vendue, to the highest Milder tor cash, said
lot numbered one til in block numbered twenty
six e.'ii). iu the city of Cairo, county or Alexander
audstatuof I.lltiois, together with all right ol re
demption and homestead I'Teinplion ulthesuid
Chrisilau Hanny ami Ursula V. Hanny The pur
chaser will be entitled to a deed.
Dated August IS. lsT!i.
HORACE Vt'AKDNEH, Trustee.
Sr.n;t:cl 1. Wheeler aitv. ir trustee.
VHF.HEAS. William W Tl.ori.ton i.nd Martha
M Thornton, by their certain Trust Uml ou'.ed
.Yh.y the v.'.'ih, A. D. tsii; and recorded ID the record
ers ott'.ce in Alexamu-r County, in I'.ook "V." I'nge
4t. and did convey to the uin!erlgtied as Trustee
the premise hereinafter described to secure the
payii!- lit (.f seven rnr..ory notes for the s;.m of
one thousand (Iimo dollar each and payahle re
spectively in four tl1 lv I'll Six 0" seven (7e:ght
(Si nlr." ('.') and ten CO' yu.rs from date, with Inter
est a: the rate of ten pr cent per iiMium. puvahle
scmi-u.r.nallylroin due ixd whereas tivt i.'n of said
notes are now d.v.e r:d unpaid w:th interest on
same lroiu theiihi4 May A. I) I'll to this date
And v Herei. ti.o iejtil holder of said notes i.u
ea.led upon the '.liidr rsigned to sell 'he prcmis.
hertiniitter described to satisfy said no! s and inter
est. Now then-fere in (tursuatKe ef the terms of
f Hid Deed of Trust ii; .' undersigned will.
ONTHI'IISDAY TI1E4TII DAY OF SEPTEMBER.
A. D. isVJ.
between the hours of ten (l(o o'clock A.M., and 5
o'clock I'. M . of said day, on the premises herein
after described iu the city of Cairo. Ills.. pro e-d
to sell at public vendue to the highest bidder lor
cash, the following described Iieal Estate, to wn:
Lots number nine itoten (lOielevenill' twvlveilJi
and thirteen (1 11 in Mock number sixteen (li ; in
the tirt addition to the city of Cairo. Illinois, as
platted by the Trustee" of Cairo Ci'v Property,
situated in the County of Alexander. Illinois, and
all the rights and ei.'jttv of redemption of the said
William W. Thornton and Martha M . Thornton his
wife, their her", exetntors. administrators, i.nd as
signs therein, to satiny said trust und all costs aLd
expenses of esecuttnp'the ame
B F. MAKSHALI,, Trustee.
Springf -Id. I" . .'niv tnh. ls
A T Tv TTA ITCIT
ftt&G W. Second St.
Fori ign and Domestic dried and cantc d Fruits und
Vegetable. Canned, dried and suit Fish. Pick
les, Sauces, Oils and Condiment. Soup
stud's, BakiLS Powders, ground aiJ
whole Spice Toilet and Laimdry
Huiip. Seeds, Jellie", 1'reserTi s
rai.ry Groceries ard Gro
Stock unparalleled in tlie W-t.
SEND F0IE 0UK 'GROCERS' MANUEL."
I ' rmtment ly Cures
K 1 1 )N E Y I ) 1SEAH ES
Dli R !!. CLARK. South Hero. Vt.. si.vs: "hi
c:.es of K.iii.ey 'I roubles It has acted like u charm,
ll In. cur. 1 hi: ry very bad can of I'lies, ui;d it
nas never l.;iled to act efficiently
P.. M s; TTON. of Burlington, says. "As u l.ivi-r
I'lvgoratnr it ' wiihont tin en,nul. 1 use i! t pre
vent uj.it cure ucudacuc, and all liillioi.s utlachs."
NELSON FAlHclUIiI), of St. A.lmiis.Vt ,says:
"It ,s of priceless value. Alter siMeeu years ol
great suffering from 1'llea and Cosiivems it com
pletely cured me."
O. S. HufiAlloN, of I!erkhlre, says, "onu puck
age has done wonders forme in completely curing
a severe Liver and Kidney Complaint."
it has AV1TY',?
IIHCAI'SE 1T1ST1IEON LY MEDICINE THAT
ACTS ON THE I.1YKK,1KjvVEL8 AND KliJ.N EYS
AT THE SAME TIME,
Iteciuso 11 cleanse, tho whole system of the pals
onou humor that otherwise devedop in llllllou.
ness. Jaundice. Constipation. Kidney aud Urinary
disease, or Khenuitlsm and Lumbago, and which
In women, disorder every function and lulug on
weakness and disease,
If you wurit. to be well In splto of youself, uso
KIDNEY-WORT. It Is a dry vei;etnblu enmpuund
Oiib iMirk(t will nmkp tslx quartst of Medicine.
Huv It at the druggists U
Corner Washington Avenue und Eight street.
CAIRO, :j : : : ILLINOIS
A full and iimplete supply of the bet of nil
kinds meat alvtiys uu hand.
WHAT. 170 A TV
.And Paint and Oil Dealer
jleadqiiarters for Druists, Physicians, General
Dealers ami Consumers.
Pa tent IS 1 ed ic-i n'es,
Paper, Pencils, Pens,
Record, Copying and
Ami all Goods in our Line at the Sign of
The Gfolden Lion,
Ohio Levee, Cokxeu Washixotox Avexuk
a xd Eighth Stijeet.
11 i i mn
ASSETS, January 1, 1!).
(No I'ri niiurn Nott )
SUKT'LUS over Seven Million P-Hurs.
The Mobt iuijHirtunt qtiif-tion t' i those insuring their lives in "WHICH COM
PANY IS STRONGESTI"
The strongest coin puny in the one which lias the most WU.AK8 ok well invested
ASSETS KOIl KVKKV DOU.AH OF UAIIIUTlEf .
Of the seventeen largest Life Insurance Companies of the United Hates, the n.ti
of ussctH (excluding premium mites) to liabilities', the Equitable is largest, beinj; 121.09
Tlie second largest is 11D.77, and the third largest 117.32.
tir'Nicse figures are from the oflitial report of the New York Insurance Depart
ment, June 1, 1878.
Grow niDio popular every day, and are made a specialty,
Washington Avenue, Coji. Twelfth Stueet,
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