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OFFICIAL PAPEIt OF ALEXANDER COCNTT.
K. A. Burnett,
"Dmiociucy i a wMimeut not to bo appalled,
corrupted or comproniiwd. It know no baseuess,
eoweri to no danger, opyrmcf no weaknef . Fear
gencrons ind humane, It tebukca the arrogant,
churUhe honor, and uvuipatlilte with tho uiuuMc,
It ak noiblng but what It concedes ; U concedes
nolhlng but what tt demandi. Destructive only ol
dwpotUrn, It it the eolc conimative of liberty, !
bor md property. It 1 tho ecntiment of freedom
of eoual obllaatloni. It li tho law of natnro per
Tadlns tho law of the land. The etupld, tho sel
fh, the base in spirit may denouuee it ob a vulgar
thing; but In tho hibtory of our race the Demo
cratic prluciple has developed and Uluitratod tbe
hlubeft moral and lutcllectnal altributea of our
nature. Ye, thii if a uoblc, nagnauimon, a fiub
lime aeutlmcnt, which expand our affectlouB, m
largc tho circlo of our sympathies and elevate thj
soal of man nntll, claiming an equality with tho
best, he rejects as juwortby of his dignity any po-
Yecltls anonnoblinK principle; and may thut
spirit which animated our fathers In the Involution'
tit? ontst for Ita eatabllehment coutlnuo to
mate us then . '"HTLtMSf AUEX.
fact not generally known, but a
let nevertheless, that tho per cent, of un
improved or wild lands in Alexander county,
is greater than that of any other county in
tlio State. Seventy-eight per cent, or more
than three quarters of tho entiro area of the
county is unimproved. Pulaski county has
only 20 per cont. of her lands improved,
and Johnson one-third. A largo part of
Alexauder county's "wild lauds" belong to
the I. C. R. R. company, and pay no tax.
THE LATE JUDGE DOUGHERTY.
The following extract from tho Spring
field Journal's obituary notice, will add a
few items of interest to those already given
by us concerning tho early times of Col.
"Es-Lieuteuant Governor John Dough
erty, whose death at his homo in Jonesboro,
this State, on Sunday last, has already been
announced, was born on Duck Creek, near
Marietta, O., May 0, 1600. Ho was the
s m of Charles Dougherty, a nativo of Ire
land, who loft that country in 1708, and
Elizabeth Wolf, a resident of Laneuster
couuty, renu. Charles Dougherty was a
fine classical scholar, having been educated
in Ireland for the priesthood. Ruing
obliged to leave on account of his connec
tion with a revolutionary uprising, ho iu
time, becamo a devout Methodist. In 1808
he settled in Gape Girardeau, nixl soon full
a via.im to fever, lnnvimr tlmm umi n,,,i
t O " t,,4
a daughter. Mrs. Dougherty remained
there with hnr children till 1812, whou she
removed to Union county, III., because of
the terrible destruction of lifo and prop
ty in her locality in Missouri by tho
earthquake in 1811 and 1312.
John Dougherty received a fair English
education at a private school near Jones
boro, and subsequently became a fair Greek
M Latin scholar. After leaving school ho
worked a year in tho lead mines of Wash
' luirton county, Mo., and taught school for
' two kttA 11 half yean at Fre.lerictowu, Mo.
He then studied law vith Col. A. P. Field,
was ocumtea to tho bar in 1821, and be'n
to practice at JomW, Scorning recog
niwd in tiino as one or tho best criminal
lawyers In Southern Illmol,"
. SOUTHERN I ILLINOIS.
A writer In tho Springfield Journal, who
iffns himself Tax Payer, says holms been
tudylng tho resources of Gallatin, Hardin,
Tone, Pulaski, Jackson and Williamson,
counties and is surpr!od to find tho state
ments of "Tax payer" verified. Tbe Hoard
will 0od l full verification by consulting tho
Ocologicii Kcports W our', State, Rn J vUl
d.i tho ttx pavers of our Stato a fuvor by
calling tho State Goologist btro them as
a witness. Working and paying mines
of bituminous coal aro being work
ea in' Gallatin, Jacksou and Williamson
counties. Iron is in largo audi payins Quan
tities in Hardin, and tho Totters clny of
rulaski is of tho finest quality. Firo clny
is also found and shipped in largo quanti
ties from Jackson county to Chicago and
elsewhere. The lead mines ol Hardin and
rope aro now or havol won worked to ad
vantage. Tho spar of Itose Clair is shipped
iu large quantities to the manufactories of
pottery in tho United St;s and England.
The timber spoken of is said by dealers to
be tho best poplar iu.tho United States.
nd the hard wood, ash and hickory, are
reported the vt-ry best lor hubs, tpokrs and
The shipments of fruits preen and dried
aro perfectly immense from tho southern
ountio oo statistics.) Not until "Tax-
rayer' drew our attention to it were we
awaro of tho marked advantages of South -
em Illinois, and we find that4they aro not
equaled by any portion of tho State. Will
tho Board plaeo before them the map of the
United States and they can but sec that the
counties 'Tax Payei" writes of m Southern
Illinois are iu the very lap of commerce.
The marketing of apples (winter) and
potatots from that part of the State is car
ried on on a larc scale from tho counties
on the Ohio Kiver, the potatoes Wing
floated down the Ohio to Cairo thence to
Memphis and Xew Orleans, in flatboats
and steamers. I have just consulted the
commercial reports and find that uo part of
Illinois has a better class of merchants than
tho counties named (see Joaesboro, Anna,
Vienna, Go'.conda, Metropolis City,
Elizak'thtown and Stiwneetowci, and for
cntntal invested thev have less pjr cent, cd
failures than any other portion of our State.
t'otrccpoLac'nce of tho Cairo Bu'.lutln.
Washington, Sept. 12th, 18VJ.
The result in Maine on Monday does not
entirely suit any of tho politicians lit re. It
was not all that Republicans expected, and,
ccrtaiuly, not all that Democrats and
Greenbackers had anticipated, as congress
men, of that State, had prophesied a ma
jority of 20,000 against the Republicans.
Senator Elaine's dispatch on the night of
election, like previous dispatches from him
on similar occasions, shows him to possess a
1 wondertvilly Clear knowledge ol political
affairs in the State
m 'He next few fiu, eituer tmouvjt,
congress or through individual effort, some
thing ought to bo done for. tho American
shipping interest. Wo loso half profit ou
tlio enormous amount of grain and other
articles we export, simply because they are
shipped in foreign bottoms. Of tho 15W
Vessels which passed through the Suez
Canal in 1878, only one was American. The
Japanese had eight. If tho laws arc in
fault they should be changed.
The development of tho tdoph.mo sys
tem in this city is wonderful. In some
neighWhoods nearly all the business isdoue
by telephone. All the principal business
houses employ this agency, and the time
seems to bo almost at hand when every one
will order his coal and groceries in the same
way. Like all great discoveries, this is n iw
used in thousands of way not anticipated
at its first introduction.
Secretary Shermnn, it is said, has decid
ed to return to Ohio and again cuter the
Tho people of this District of Columbus
ure going out of the frying pan, and likely
as not, Into the flro. Ono of tho three peo
ple who are appointed by tlio President to
make laws aud assess taxes for the 100,000
people of tho District is to bo removed and
unothor put in his place. Why will not
President Hayes, Senator Thurman, Senator
Blaine, Senator Bayard, or Senator Conk
ling put an end ' to this disgracefully un
just form of governmeut we District peo
ple live under? Any of them could do so
by calling attention tu tho fact that wo, un
like any other people in tho nation, are gov
erned wholly ijy appointed officers.
THE PROBLEM OF THE FUTURE.
Contracts have recently been signed fo
tho construction of several tast mail steaiur
ers to ply on tho Mississippi River between
St. Ijiii and New Orleans. It is probable
that tho former city furnishes tho capital
tor building tli'so steamers, aud the near
future is likely to nlford abundant oppor
tunity for further iuvontmouts of u similar
character. If Capt. Ends' work at tho
luouth of tho Mihhissippi hits, us is claimed,
supplied nperiuiinent channel dot p enoueh
f,, ft... !,..... ! ,?
ihu iiuuni wnMMS Ulltfagmi 111 OCCIlll
commerce, tho demand for transportation
s-irviees upon that river must soon ho very
great, quite surpassing what is required for
the present trullle. Should one or more
lines of steamers U established between
New Orleans and Liverpool, n tu fondly
predicted by the friends of the Joitios
scheme, Ht. Louis would gain immensely
in commercial imbortaneu. Kho ought to
become the great central distributing point
ot the West for foreign imports, and if her
merchants ore enterprising she will not
allow tlmt sulmtantlul honor to escape her.
J w i Interests of the whole West demand
that the ships tlmt carry it wheut and beef
ami pork to Euroim utmll not be i.n i ...
rcU,n' t" New Orleans In bullust. If st.
CAIRO BULLETIN i SUNDAY r-MOKNING, -SEPTEMBER 14, 1879.
; herself, ffoods that aro no
shipped to this port, and front ,iirra fin by
rail to all points in the: West and North
west, will hereafter be carried by the
cheaper water routes almost to their desti
nation. The effect upon St. Louis
of diverting both the Import
and export trade of tho West inttt
this now channel would be marvelous,
and would be shared, though in a less de
gree, by many other cities upon tho Missis
sippi, tho Missouri and tbe Ohio. ' New Or
leans, as tho port of entry, would also he
largely benefited, but her present quaran
tine laws must bo modified before she can
reap her full share of profit. Her peculiar
susceptibility to infection by yellow fever
puts her at a great disadvantage, commer
cially, and it is uot easy to see how she cau
escape the penalties of her unhealthy situ
ation. Tho plan of putting up elevators
and supplying other port facilities at Eads
port, some distance from the city, and be
yond the reach ot her quarantine laws, has
found some favor, but that seems to leave
New Orleans quite out in the cold. The
problem of how to make the city a healthy
port twelve months in the year may stimu
late her physicians and health officers to de
vise some method ot permanently suppress
ing yellow fever
Who has not iu.kn biliovs? Proba
bly no one. Doubtless wo have all suffered
to soirffc extent tho disagreeable sensations
which a disordered or languid liver can in
flict. Sallowuess of the skin, constitution,
ikiiim-;i, vitii'o, norcuess ;ii uio vtriuuy vi
the organ atlected, a sensation as ot con
gestion in the head, positive headache, a
loss of appetite, extreme thiist, a high color
of the urine, are among the symptoms
which announce a perversion or vitiation
of tho bile. Tho remedy f f remedies for
the above is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
administered by medical men; pronounced
pure and wholesome by them, and populr.r
as a comprehensive ft.nuly medinine, and
as a specific preventive and remedy tr
chills and fever and bilious remittents
throughout America, and to a wide extent
in foreign countries. Disorders in the stom
ach and bowel, as well r. liver, .w
speedily remediable with this popular an 1
time honored medicine.
MARK TWAIN OX JUVENILE PUGIL
ISTS. "Yes, I've Mad a good many rl-Lts in my
time," said old John Parky, tena-iy mwc
ipulating Lis dismantled nes.1, "a"d it s
kind of (.liter too, lei wl:l-n I wus a oy the
old man was always telling me b.-tu-r. Uo
was a good old man nud liate l ighting
When 1 would come home with' my iu.-c
bleeding, or with my faee scrate'iefi : he
u.-ed to call me out in the woods'.cJ, :ul in
a sorrowful and di.-couraged way say "S...
Johnny, you've Lad another i.'iiT, Ley?
How many times have I ol to uilyou how
diMrraecful and wicked it is fr bys to
fight? It was only yesterday thut I talked
to you an hour about the sin of righting,
and here you have been at it aain. Who
was it with this time? With Tommy Xel
ly, hey! Don't you know utiy better tlian
to fight a b'y that weighs twenty pound
more than you do, betides being two veias
older? Aint you got a spark of stuse about
yei I can see plainly that you aro det jr
utUwl tv break your pmr fatlier's heart y
your reckless conduct. Wi.ut ails y.nr
tingerf Tommy bit it? Drat the lit:
rooi I Didn't yj kn )W tr.," o kp you
"! "i Ms uouiM Was trying to
jerk his check olf, )wy? Vuii't "a Iletti
learn to quit foolin' 'round a boys mouth
with yer tinners You're bound to disgrace
us all by such wretched behavior. Yuu'n-
determined never to be nobody. Did voj
ever hear of Jstac Watts tlmt wrote, "Let
logs deli.dit to b:;rk and bite" stick
ing his fingers in a boy's iif -uth to get 'era
bit, like a to" ' 1 in clean oiseouruged
with ye. l'.y tlnin t ye tro lor his cose,
the way Jonathan Edwards, ami Geors-
Wasliington, and Daniel Wcbstct used to
do, when they was beysf C-iuldn't cause
he had ye down? Thatk a purt,y story b
tell me. It does beat ail thai you can't
Iciiru how Socrates t.nd William Penn ufe.l
to gouge when they wns und 'i,' after the
hours and hours I have spent in tellins: you
about those great met? It 6ei):is to uu
sometimes as it I would have v, t'ive vci
up in despair. It is an awful tfial to me l-.
have a boy that uon't pay any tttenticn t,
food example, or to what 1 ny. What!
lou pul.eil out three or four , haiei.-iul ol
hair! Did he squirm anvJ,Nw, if vou'd i
give me one or two in the eye- but a Vu
told you many a time, fighting is poor bus i
Iness. Won't ynuforvnur father's sako - '
won't you piominc to trv ind r-. iii..-iul'-r I
that.' il'm! .loiiijr.v, bow eiid it alum
"You licked bin,',' Sin,; R.,;.liv .' Wi !'. I
now, 1 lia int anv id. a yu reu'.d lie,;
Tommy Keily! I don't' believe .bilmd
Bunyan, at ten years old, could have t. !j
it, Johnny, my buy. van can't tnink h,.-. i
1 hate to have you iLditiii' everyday I
two. I would lii l have l.im liek you b.i I
five, no, nut for ten dollars! N'.,w, 'sonny, j
go right in and wash up. nw tell ym'ii j
lnotlier to put a lag hi your fujev, And
Johnny, doii t let me hear of vhi ti-'litin
Till'. LAliCKnT FAIIM IN TH1:1 V.'oitUi.
The largest farm in the world is ITii mil.
square, aud is situatid in Ellis i aintv,
Jviuihiis, Its proprietor is a wealthy Eng.
lishmatkiiamed Genrgi-Grant, who nained
hjsestawVietoi ia. in honor of h's Huveieign.
Viss-t herds of cuttle, und a cavalry biiifade
of mounted stockmen muhi over the face
of this great farm, on which tin; only
remedy employed for bruises, inflammation
nuil the like, is Giles' Liniment b ili(e Am
tnoniu. Giles' Pills euro Piles. Niidbyall
ilrugK'istH, Send for pamphlet. D,
lWWest Broadway, N. Y. Trial hv o-J
cents. Sold by Barclay Bros.
3r)NhY Rai'Idia Mdk Siniilliiiid laree
Investments (Irom i5 to if lO.iuiii,, ju'
combination of Messrs. Lawrence, & Co.
pay large profits. Thisjiew and s'uces-i'ul
system unite thousands of nrilci (.ns.
toiuers into oiM iiniiieiise si t ((i IU)I jH
managed with the best skill and evieij,.K.e
In the stock market. Profits :dvw!lltll l .
rata by customers every iin tith, share
holders thus obtain all the tiilvjiiila:i's f
largo cnpitalihtM. ThotiMinds are r.'j.i y
liiaking money, and many hate m-quir-ali
handsome fortunes bv this safe and len'tj.
mate method, which lias been inio1o;B;j1J
ItloKt successful of tint movements of J)1(.
Stock Evchiume, 'r will make -.
per rent., tl00 will letuni - i,.iuiv'l
net $:,0(Ml, etc., iiccordlng to tl. .f,te of
the nun ket. New explaiiatDiy vireuhir
with "iini;rring rules lor success," m.,j(
all applleurits by Mews. Lawrence . (
Bankers, 57 Exehiin Place, .W wv,'..':
City. ' n
A 3akch Warhakt allows an officer to
go tlrougli your house from ccllwr to gar
ret, ind Lindscy'a Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to tes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures are wouderful and certified to by doc-
tor, preachers aud people Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on tho Skin, Bolls, pimples,
ic, wo warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all DruggUs. Seo that our
im-te is on tho bottom of the wrapper
11. E. Sf.li.eks & Co., Prop'rs, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bro's Agents.
S.vvs vot'K CHU.DHEN. -For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
lias no equal in this or any other country.
One teaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
llradbery's, expelled 2o4 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine. Benj.Ly
lie, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Win,
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 23 cts. U. E. Sulh rs & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Scud for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
Tiie Tuna ts MiciiTY and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
aro living wltnesos to tho truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills w ill cure
the wom cases of liver complaint, billious
lifts, headache arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness and all dlsor
tiers rcsultmi; from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. Price 25 rents. R
E. Sellers & Co., Fu prictcrs, Pittsburgh,
Ta. Barclay Bros., agents.
Ciiew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy To
W EAT II EH PnOllABlLlTUX Colli, with
high winds and rain. Exposure to this
Weather i sure to produce colds and kindred
diseases; and tho best icmedy wo know i f
is Hill's Bils-.iu, for the lungs. Always
keep it in the house, and you will be on the
sale side. :sold by Burciay Bros.
A Cahiv-To all who are suffering from
the eirors and indiscretions of youth, ner
voui weakness, early decay, lo-s of man-
I -'cd, t te.. I will send a receipt that will
cure you, vkek nnu;L. I Ins grean
renietly wr.s discovered by a unsMonary it
South America. Send a selt-addrosed en
velope to the Ekv. Joshrit T. Inman, Sta
tion I). New York City.
Wlierea-. l'tr;!in linnriv and fru'a V. Iluttiy
by tlie.ru tli J Ix-arinj; Utile thf 11Tb day of
Ann:. A. u. ls.. ai;a uu;v rworoio in tLe rrtoru-
er nfflec of Ale.tunder (Obr.ty. Illiiii)'.-. tu book b of
deed on paires 1 :fi mid 'i. did pr-mt. Iraiu ami
tell to tbe ut-iltTfitftied linmce Wardker. in triift
l"r the tiff i.ul purposes therein IIlrled. Ibe
1 UoMlni! aenTiiiro leal eMail'. ti;t: i.m uum-
bered one (1 1 iu block nuutMTed twenty six ill
the city of Caito, coanly of !e.tau,Ur stidfUteuf
Uiinoi to s..-enro the payment of a
etrtttiW iriinitory note for the uiu i.f
fvi tiioacand uul'.ars imi of even
liute with aid died, uavahlu three Tesrs after the
c.'.te tht ri'of. tu iltuBtr Wanliiet up ui,lihn fur
NmaJorcrnMin. a iniuut. nr ,,n-r un lutetun
itntr a: the rate ot let. per tn.t per armr. ru ln-
ti'.-fi-t ,.j.t,:t. seriii anr.uallv; atu Htereas, thf
principal of (In note, au.ounltnit to Cw tlma-Hnd
iloilaiii. and the s-.'rn uf two hiiudretl and MxK
three and 60 lui oii!!r intereM thireolt. is (Uio at
the fli.'.e of thin notice aud unpaid, and herea,
the bolder uf ssid toto has ralieil iipmi the under.
ieue l m tell the said premims to stilv the mid
ili vd sin! inter, st. tutf.;!hir i:h t'je to; attunl
ihi the eteciition of said t:,.n Saw ti.i-ri fore,
by virtue i f the power 0en ti:e ly said di .-d of
tru-t, mi iupureanucc with the provim;i, there
of, I will on
1'MJJAY THE :e.h DAY (K sI'.r'TI- MBEH
A. D. Ir-TU,
at IV hour of 3 o'rlock, p. r.i , of said du, at the
fojrt hou-e dour, in the city of ( t.iro. Iu theeniinty
of A',exi.u-r. sia' of Illinois, proceed tu sell, by
puldlr vt-Miue, to the tlchest Mdoer lor taih, said
: it number, d one (li In blO' k cuuiln red tweuty
s'r c. tn the ruy of C airo, couuty of Alexander
snd stare of latiiiiis, touei her with all rlu'ht of re-.enip-ion
and nomi stead extaiption of the said
hrlsilaa lliiht.y at.u Ursula V. Hutit y. Tbe nur-
chaser wi:l be r.tlt .ed to a d..i d.
Dated Ai.cast 1H. 1K9.
IK illAt'E VAl:HNF.lt, TniMtf.v
Snmnel 1'. Vl.eel,-r attv f. .r trustee.
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
G'J Lake St.. 9T1 S.noe:i St.,
' CHICAGO. BUFFALO,
Economy in Fu(d, Iuira-
bllity, and Convenicuec.
CoinplefniesH of dfNigii, und
lVi'fectiicss of Count ruction.
Simplicity of Management, and
General Working: Qualities.
THE BEST AM) MOST RELIABLE
TOVES ASI1 n
IN THE MARKET.
Time Tried ami Fire Tested!
EVEKY bTOVK IiiiM.MlI.K,
' AND I'KOVEH A fjfccKSS.
ALL GOODS FTLLY WARRANTED.
For sab. by C.W. HENDERSON, Cuiro.
Aud by First-Class jJuTieri Evert hero.
i r it. 1 : i m m i v v -
JJARCT-iAY BROS., ,
WHAT .UQ A
And Paiiit and Oil Dealers.
Headquarters for Druggists, Pliysiciaus, Gcuoral
Dealers and ( Consumers.
Drills, Oliem i eal s,
liaint sand Oils,
Ar i i s t's M a t e r i a 1 s,
rrrusses, Iin velopes,
"I?eeord, Copying and
School .1 nks,
And all (icods in our Line at the Sin of
The Golden Lion,
sr . .
UJHO JiEVKE, & CoiLNKIi VASIIIX(;T0X Ay
and EicaiTit Stjieet.
LI FE ASSUR ANCE SOCIETY
ASSETS, Jama iiy 1, IStO,
(No I'lemlum Nuti )
SURPLUS over Seven Million Dollars.
The Mont iinpoitiiiit question for those injiiring their lives is "WHICH COM
PANY IS STRONGEST!"
The htrongi st company is the one which has the most ixuxaks ok w ku. ixvkstku
AStLTS FOU hVEHV IKlI.I.AH OK I.1A IHI.ITII.S.
Of the seventeen largest Life Insurance Companies of tho United Btults, tho iuti
of assets (excluding premium notes) to liabilities, tho Equitable is largest, being 121.00
The second largest is 1 1 0.1 7, and the third largest 117.52.
B-ifThcse figures are from the oflicial report of tho New York Insurance Depart
ment, June 1, 1878.
Grow more popular every day, and tire
Washington Avenue, Con. Twelfth Stkeet,
K ' "
n ) nmc
nmdo ft specialty.