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OFFK'IAL-rAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
K. A. Rurnett,
"DrsocriACY ts a (r.timcnt not to bo appalled,
cornpt-.'d or compromised. ItVnows nobftccnofi1.
cower to no danger, oppretact no weakne f . Tear
leR, peocrotu and bnmate.U rebnket the arrogant,
cberilie honor, "and Bj mpathiwa with the humble.
Itflfkn uothinu but what it concedes; it conceits
nothing but what it dcmsEds. Dvetrnctivo only of
dopotlfin. It lt the tola conservative of liberty, la
boi and property. It If the sentiment of freedom,
of equal obllpitlona. It it tho law of nalurc per
rftdiegthe law of tbtland. The stupid, the scl
fih, the bac In spirit may denounce it as a vulgar
thltg; bnt Id the history nf our race tho Demo
trat'.c principle h developed and illustrated tbc
h!ctft monjl and Irjlcllcctital aitribatei of our
nature. Ye, this I a coble, megnnnlmons, a sub
lime sentiment, which expaudionr affectlois, en
I argvj the circle of our sympathies and elevates tho
soul of man fcntil, claiming an equality with the
bt-st, he rejects as unworthy of his dignity any po
litical Immunities over the hnmblrst of his fellow s.
Tes, It o etiuoWrns pnnciptc; and may ttiai
spirit which animated our fathers iu the P.evoltittou-
ary coutcst for Us eitabllshmcnt continue to act
mate r.s, their sons, in the Impending strolo for
its preservation." WILLIAM ALLEN.
Oih jreC'imaeii cuuiity neighbors are be
getting a iucrenso of .eal in educational
matt"- The school commissioner reports
that two new school houses were built in the
t-atinty, during the year 1879, at a cost oj
1 100 each, s
Four thousand Germans held a maw
meeting at Newark, N. J., recently to pro
test ngainst tho enforcement of an obsolete
Handay law, claiming that it was chief y
directed against Germans, and at war with
the spirit of liberty and humanity.
- 0. the 21st ofthe present month the
colored people will hold a grand mass meet
ing at Brighton, in fills State, by way of
celebrating the repeal of the Illinois black
laws. Distinguished orators, black and
white, including Gov. Cullom and Senator
Bruce, will be present. The presence of
25,000 blacks is anticipated.
The Republican candidate for Governor
in Ohio has been dubbed Calico Foster.
Tho gentleman who introduced Mr. Foster
to a Xenia audience, tho other day, brought
down tho house, by tho remark that if
Charley Foster did stay at homo during
the war and sell calico at 05 cents a yard,
he sold it as cheap as any of his competi
tors! And the crowd applauded until the
building trembled again. Just why tho
remark was applauded, is tho. curious part
Col. Harper, now in tho North on a
lecturing tour, doesn't "pan out" as a lec
turer quite as well as his Republican insti
gator's hoped ho would. His' lectures aro
rather tame, insipid affairs, and present no
semblance of th fragmentary editorial
fusillades of tho Okolona States. In Chica
go he lectured to a beggarly array of
empty benches, and it is scarcely probable
that he will fare any better among the
rtalwarts of Iowa. With more cood sense
than we were disposed to accord them, tho
Democrats are giving Mm the cold shoul
d'er wherecver he goes. Hunce, wo may
put it down that the Harper dodge is a
VOTED DOWN OR WHIPPED DOWN.
Some thin ago the editor of the Chicago
Ictcr-Ocean declined that "the Democratic
party ofthe country must bo voted down or
whippsd down!" .
jConimcnting upon the infernal utterance
tlie editor of tho Monticoflo Bulletin dis
courses very appropriately as lollows:
'Well, if you have vote enough, you can
wto u doVn, and it will do all right.
Thitfs tho Way to nettle alt public questions.
But if you have conio to tho couclusiou
that you haven't votes enough; that you
are iu tho minority, and Ihut your only
chance to remain in power ami feast on il
legal plunder lu to whip tho majority down,
you have a big job on your hands, and don't
you forget it I Tho southern fire-caters
tried that little gnmo once, and they will
never try it again. , Let northern Kopilbli-
cun fire-eaters try it if they want to! There
nro patriotic people enough in this country
to prevent traitors north or traitors south
from destroying it because they are unwor
thy and unablo to rule it."
Wc arc not, as a usual tiling, of u dis-
pairing turn of mind, but wo are compelled
to confess that the present outlook of the
Democratic party is not encouraging. It
s a habit ofthe party to place effective
bludgeons in the hands of its enemies, and
especialy is this the case on the eve of im
portant clectiims. The killing of Dixon by
lianksdale, and the failure of tho Demo
cratic press, North and South, to promptly
denounce tho infernal outrage, and demand
tho Ftringing-up of the murderer, cost the
Democrats of California ten thousand votes,
find two members of Congress. In Maine,
a partial organization was maintained,
and instead of the sweeping victory that
might have been achieved had a full lusion
with tho Greenbackcrs been effected,
we arc brought to the contemplation
of a most disastrous rout ; and a beggarly
show of strength that at once suggests a
necessity for the abandonment there, of the
parry organization altogether. That these
results will tell fearfully upon tho cam
paign in Ohio, cannot be cleni' d. Ewing
and Rice are making a gallant, -i nol.-lo,
fight, but they will prove themselves more
than men, if the disasters discourse-m.T.ts
and besetmcnts that meet them :.t every
step, fail to work their overthrow.
In New York the Tilden and Kelly tac
tions have each other by the throat, breed
ing hates and resentments that put all h"ie
of harmony and unity of ac tion in the pend
ing struggle, out ofthe quest; m. In view of
all these things, r.nd of a lack of the party
cement that is furnished by perfect union
of sentiment respecting some great, live
national purpose or policy, we feel con
strained to repeat, what we said at the on
set, tbot tba fnturo f the party looks durk
and discouraging. Our goo l and great
men, by bending their energies to the
work, may bring light out of the darkness,
and oroVr cut of tho chuos. Vie cau hope
for such a Tcsult f"r fofgetfulness and
forgiveness on the part of our warring fac
tions, north; for a satisfactory union with
all men who are ready and willing to fight
the common enemy, aud for a crushing
lown of that spirit in the South that finds
expression in the report of the shot-gun
we can hope for all these things; but will
the hope bu realised?
From oar regular cnrret-ponilcnt.
WAsnixoros, Sept. 8th, lb73.
Senator Thurman, in his opening speech
in tho Ohio campaign, thus clearly states
what radicalism wants and why it wants it:
"It is not therefore, a fear of secession,
or of tho rc-cstablishmeat of slavery, that
prompts the radical leaders to d-grado and
debase the States. The cause lies far
deeper than that. It grows out of the long
and never ending effort of consolidated
capital, seeking special privileges by means
of legislation; privileges that the mass of
the people do not enjoy. The holder of
government bonds desires a stronsj national
govornment, in the belief that sv.ch a gov
ernment would give greater security and
value to his bonds. The mammoth rail
road corporation, running through many
States feels restive under what it considers
the annoyances of State legislation. It
would greatly prefer to State chartere, or
State licenses, a national charter rendering
it independent of the States. The national
bank interest, with its two thousand and
odd banks, destined, if the system con'inue,
to bo tripled or quadrupled in number in
no long period of time, look with cora
placcny on tho legislation of Congress that
has destroyed tho banking institutions of
tho States and given to tho national system
a monopoly of tho issue and profits of
bank paper money. The high tariff protec
tionists and the seekers of subsidies alike
desiro a irovemment of almost nn.
limited power to gratify their wishes
and foster their schemes. In
a word, almost or quite every furm of con
tracted wealth, except real estate, desires, by
construction or otherwise, to add new pow
ers to the already tremendous powers po&.
fussed by the National Government.
Messrs. Hayes and Bherimun eat their
crow over the New York radical nomina-
tionof Cornell with good grace Thev '
"hope tor the success of the ticket " 1
v Buevess ej, wle i1Cltcr. ut
wm secretary ticrrann take the !ump in
New York as he did in Maine and Ohio? '
IC!!1 a... ' i . . . !
"vwvl,r' cc,,ura ao M The truth i
THE DAILY CAIKQ BULLETIN:
is that if the Douiotratii mak4 a wise elec
tion of a ubcrnutoriil candidate in New
York they will not to 'defeated, by any aid
which the administration will give to Cor
Late reports from' Ohio state that the can
vas there will bu under full heiulwuy tho
present week,' both parties will have a full
force of their ablest and most popular speak
ers at work iu all tho counties of the State,
and the righting will bo kept up all along
the lino from now until the day of election.
Letters received hero from prominent and
well informed Democrats in that State
within (he last day or two, give undoubted
assurance of the success of the Democratic
State ticket and aleo a majority of both
branches of the Legislature. ,
Who has not nr.EN ijiliovs? proba
bly no one. Doubtless we have all mirercd
to somo extent the disagreeable sensations
which a disordered or languid liver eau-in-rlict.
Sallowness of the skin, constipation.
nausea, vertigo, soreness in the vicinity of
the organ effected, a sensation as of con
gestion in the head, positive headache, a
loss of appetite, extreme thiist, a high color
of tho urine, are among the symptom
wiucli announce a perversion or vitiation
ofthe bile. The remedy of remedies for
the above fs Ho!etter's Stomach Bitters,
administered by inodienl men; . pronounced
pure and wholesome by thein, and popular
as a comprehensive family inodiiilne, and
as a speeit'e preventive and remedy for
chills r.nd fever and bilious remittents
throughout America, and to a wide tent
in foreign countries. Disorders in tho stom
ach md lowel. ss well as liver, are
speedily remediable with this jvpular r.:.J
time honored medicine.
TAKING TIME ?,Y THE FORELOCK.
Comintr events c:M their thadows bei'ere,
and already, through the mists of months,
the gladsome Holidav seou louins clearer
day by day, filling the youthful mind will,
pleasing spmuation, r.r.4 catisit-" materia-
uulias to consider in whj dir-.ctioa shec:.r
exorcise a liU'o addition. eeor.einy, where
by the money for presents may be f. rt.'i
ccming when refilled. Atd'just in the
nick of time i!.ere c;rr.es to hsnd a suc. v.
lion .! now joi.r.nv, tuei iianr.", i
F!osie, i'.r, i Charley my secure fct ti.em
se!veJar.d by tht ir own esvrti' ns the jack
kn;vcs r.nd wotk be sef, and wi.tjjg c:.k?.
and tool fr!u sts, fr v.hicli their s u!s are
U nging : f how muir.irt.i may get that 1 ok
t-r panor orr.:.i::eDi M'.e ;.as ! w out .-o
tl'ten: and ' !!:'). bv th. ir r.::e 1 i ni'.r.v
they may obtain a pres-r.t hest'vitLi to
surprise snd g,..tdtlcn the i.or": ( j-apa. '
For the publisher!, of Kis;:ci:s' Fashion
Q' av.teiu.v are in the rleld w;':h the niw
premium list of their m:.,'r.zi::e: and all
that mamma or children '. ja:"rt either 1t
that matter) coed do, is to ted name hi: 1
ail dress on apoetal card toIisrg. Ehrich
& Co., ( f CrT Eighth Aveir..-, New York,
when a copy of the list will mailed them
free, and they can appnqate for them
selves the advantagf s otTerrl
The Fashion (if.vr.TtK!.v.o exactly fills
its place as n cuide to ccn omy in the
household, and its fubscr'ptin price, i.i;',y
10 cts. a year, is so very trif.'ty. that little
diflieulty should be (xperiencJ in securing
subseriptiors: and we iiave n- doubt that
thousand-) will y.'ad.'y avail themselves of
the oi.portunity thus piescnt-i of securing
s( ti;e useful i.rtrcle at a very moderate ex
pei:sC of time and trouble.
Wealth E'.sr.v Oktaiklj. Jay Gou! 1,
combining vast amounts of money with
several great capitalist, lis frequently
made colossal prof.ts in stock: sp"culat-.oi!'-,
paying millions to each stockholder. The
new combination plan of Metirs. Lawieii'
& Co, confers simii.it bcr.efitsja the sl.an-
hoidei.H v. ho invot small andlrfge amoui.:.',
from f25 to 110,000. The m jiey of thous
ands of custon.eis is thus nr(;ssed in .
mighty sum, and operated vt:;h the rlrct
experience and best skill, has secured t'.e
most bn. hunt sac cesses. A hot, ke'.jer !:;
Ohio invested $100 in a combination, whl. h
netted $479. Three reinvestments fsuit-i
ma total profit of flM.01. 18. A Bort- n
gentleman inveited ?V)0 in aoimbicV.i
which yielded a profit rf i,Jj!7.04; U
reinvestments netted him :?,M4.31. A
Chicago merchant 113,2 10.41 in f .:r
months ol combination investments. New
explanatory eire.ular with "r iles fir ttr.er
ring success." Apoly to Mes;-. Luwren-.-
& Ct, bankers, r7 Exchange Place, N w
Don't Bk Dlclivm).- Mary persons -;.y
"I haven't got the Consumption-' wl.tn
asked to cure their Cecrh witli Siiih i.'i
Consumption Cure. Do they not kii v
that Coughs h ad to Consumption aii
a remedy that will cure Consump.
tion will certainly and turely1 cure &
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail a in!
rur faith in it is so positive that wc will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this a fuir proposition. Trlee
10 cts. 50 cts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Rack or side, use Shi!oli's
Porous Plaster, Price 25 cts. For sale by
Wnv will you sittler with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint, Constipation, and gen
end debility when you can get ra our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalizer which we sell on
a ptwtive guarantee to cure you. Trice
10 cts. and 75 cts. For sale by Barclay
"Hackmetack" a popular ami fragran
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
What Makes Yor Sick?-You have al
lowed your bowels to become habitually
costive, yn'ur iiver lias become torpid, the
sumo thing ails your kidneys, and you are
just usul up. Now be sensible, got a
package of Kidney -Wort, take it faithfully
and soon you w'U forget you've got any
such organs, for you will be a well man.
Il!:nKr,,TAriv Taint. This is one ofthe
mll'lr "'yt-'ries of Providence." It
)8 ratlfvili" rn Vn.,u l,m,.i-,,-, tl, a-,.f.
. K .'"'ft imi"Ti lliinetci. Ill PCIWl-
ulu can be effectually eradicated by the use
"fI'"i'ii(1l',li.!it 1,10 t'r,,"t Southern llemeciy.
Its r'lpUttttion is World wide, nml t ulvriiva
cures: B.,rclay Bros , Aunts' 7
Fill PAY MORNING,, SEPTEMBER 12, 1870.
Whtraai, Christian Hunny and Ursula V. Hanny,
by their trust ilwd biarlux dato the 14th day of
A'ril, A, 1). IKTtt, hdiI duiy roconli il In (he record
or oftlco of Alexander county, Illinois, in book of
dtetlsoapftslUSunil (i. did ir rant, bursal a and
sell to the ui.deirslKntid Horned Warduer, intrust
lor the imui nnd purposes tbiuvin vxprt'wiid, the
fu.lowlnsf described rc:il estate, to-wlt: Lot num.
hi red onu (l) In block utimlxired tweuiy-ili (at), In
the city of Cairo, county of Alexander and tuloof
Illinois, to secure Mho payment of a
certain promlsory nolo for tho sum of
I'.vv thousand dollar (IMCO) of vun
ilistej with ti.ld dee d, payaWo tlimti yeurs after the
ihtc tUurenf, to Homco Wurducr lis ifiiurdlau for
Mna JorKi iivon, a minor, or order whh Inti rest
f oiu dale at thorate of ten per cent per annum In
t.'iest payable. sml anuiillyi ami whereas, the
principal of said Ui)le, omoiiutiiiR w five thousand
i'.i!lnrn, mil tho sum of two himdn.l and sixty
tireo and lW-10i) dollars Intercat thereon, is duo at
the ilnte of this not Uo and unpuid, and whereas,
tho holder of said note has called upon tho under
s i.'ind to sell thesuld pn inlsea to smisly the said
ili i d and Interest, louethi r with the conta attend
ins the executiou ol said trust. Now therefore,
by virtue of iho power (riven me by said deed of
tiin-t, and iupuinuanec with the piovlfiots theru-
ui, i win on
o'clock, p. in . nf sun! dny, at the
HO DAY TIIE
at tho hour of 3
court house door, in the city of Cairo, In the county
of Alexander, statu of Illinois, proceed to ".'ll, by
public vendue, to tho hlhet bidder for cash, said
lot luiiiiueiTu one i i iu un K ntiiiiiiere'ii iweniy
six c.' i, In the city ofi'alro, coauty of Alexander
audstiile ot l.iiuuis, tocethtrwiih all rltrht ol re
demption and homestead exemption nf the mid
e'hr.stian Ilnnuy and I rsulu V. Huu.y. The pur
chaser will he entitled to u deed.
Dated August is. 1KH.
IIOIUCE WAl'.MNEIt, Trustee.
Sunaul P. Wlm-ler i.t:v d r lfstn-.
MICHIGAN STOVE ro.
02 Ivake St.. 9H Seneca St.
s.i zrrrT rj
IN POINT OF
Economy in Fuel. Pv.ra-
hility, and CoiiveiiieiU'C.
Conii!cttn( ss of design, and
rf'i fectr.es's of Construction.
Sinij licity of Management, and
General Working Qualities.
THE BEST AND HOST RELIABLE
IT O YES r,
IN TIIE MARKET.
rime Tried and Fire Tested!
BVERY STOVE RKLlABLE.
AND I'KOVES A SUCCESS.
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED.
For sale by C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo.
'f i hy Klrst riass Dealers Everywhere,
MUTUAL AID OCIKTY.
TREKA 1 EUREKA!
A SnsTITI'TE FOR LIFE IS FR
WJIXAYS' & OIU'IIANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Ori-i.idicil July Hth, lt!77, fiicler the Uwf et
tl e l,.:e ef IlHu'.is'. Cofyrlchled July
'., Jtw7. urder Art ot Congress.
WILLIAM STr.ATTON, ri.mu.EST.
Mas I'. A T YI.CiK, - - Yier. I'ntstur.vT.
J A. (Ci'.I)s'i'i.SK, - TnK.sti.KH.
Du.J.J (i'.'KDOS, Med. Atvwo.
THOMAS LEWIS, SKeMrraj.T.
liOAHD CF MANAOEKS:
,T, J. fiOKciX. I'h.vsir.ian Culro, Ills
Mrs. 1'. A. TAYLOH, Supeiinlendeal of
Hehosis. Alexander County "
J. A. CluLIisiTiNE, of Ooldstine it Kih
senwuti r, Wholesule and Ketall Dealers
in Staple and Fancy Dry Ooods.. " '
N. I!. THISTLE WOOD, of Ilinklo A
Thistlowood, Comiui'Sloi Merchants,
Cotiun and Toliarco l aetors " "
sj, 1. AYKhf., of Ayers & Co,, Commis
sion Merrhanln " "
THOMAH LEWIS, lnsuranco Munai?er
and Attorney at Law " "
WM, riTlCVlTOM, of Btratton bird,
WboleSiili; (irorcrs " "
GEO. M. AIDKN, Cotumlselon Mer
chant, 7K onto i,e-ve...
JAS.H' KEAItDKN. Atfeul MissiHsippi ,
Vulli'V Transuonatlon Company I
CI1AS. H. STUART, W holesale and lie
oil Dry (looils and Notions '
EDW'AKD A. HI DKK, Matiufneturlnii
Jeweler ami Wholsale dealer in
Watehinakers'Tools and Muterlals,.,,
cTlAIII-tS LANCAhTEU, Lancaster A
C O. I'ATIEH. .', O. ratter 4 Co.,
Wholesale and Ketall Merchants
l!rv-B-Y. OEOKOK, Tustor I'reshyto
rlun church "
,1 c;. WHITE, Insurance Agent "
(1 W. Mi'KBAIO, l'ostmaster "
H.'P, WliKELEH, Attorney and Coun
selor at law "
Mm. 1.0UIM FIseHBACK
OSt'AK HAYTIIOKN. W holesalo and
Hetall Jloots. Khues and Dry Hood "
A. J. HIIU), Merchutit alid .Steamboat
WILLIAM KLVUE.tJoneral Merih'dlsu '
ui ililll U'k.,U,,l,. i,.,A I... ....II
j T KEN NIK. Foundry and Machinist. " "
Vlhkkt LEWIH " "
Mi. L- A. IHiW AHD. IlnurdlnR llotiso, " "
V F. lMTOHKIt, Intursnce A)(ent " .
A ' I1ALLEY, Di alur In Stoves, Tiu and
Hardware " "
, yf, tlHEEN, (reun, Wood A: liennou " "
Millers.,. ' '
H K J'OlTKM. Editor and I'ohllsher
Arftno Joitmib Mound City, III,
Mrs. H. A. AYKIJJ VUln UIdKef
A. J. FllENCH, rurmer BID 1'olut, Mo.
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ASSETS, Jam ahy 1, 1S7!, . -
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Th'f Most itupf.stant question fir thc-so iniiuir..!; tlitir lives is "AYUK'H COM
PANY IS STKONC'lisTi"
e st company is the one
.'.SSi:iS KOI! l.Vl.KV doj.i.ai: OF I.IAIIH.n IKS.
Of the seventeen largest Life Insurance Companies ofthe United Mutes the lati
of assets (excluding premium notes') to liabilities, the Equitable is largest, being 121.99
The second largest is 119.77, and the third largest 117.32.
JThese figures are from the official report of the New York Insurance Deport
ment, June 1, 1878.
Grow more popular every day, and are made a specialty.
"Washington1 Avenue, Con. Twelfth Stjieet,
. OAIBO, ILLINOIS.
which has tin; most dollaiw of w tix invkktkd