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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1879.
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OFFlv'UL PAPER OP ALEXANDER COUNTY.
K A. Burnott,"
"Dkhoctuct I a ifUlmcut not to be applied,
corrupted or compromised. It know no baeencM,
eowcrt to no danger, oppreeeo no weukncps. Fear
1cm, eenerou and bunanc, It rebukes the arrogant.
cbcrWUee honor, and evmuatbtaca with the humble.
ItatVmotMug but what It conccdce; it conccdo
nothltj but what it demand. Destructive only of
dvpo:i?m, it i the ole conservative of liberty, la
bor and property. It la the sentiment of freedom,
of equal obligation, it 1 the law of nature per
vadlc; the law of the land. The stupid, tbo eel
Sab, the banc in spirit may denounce it a a vulgar
thing; but lu the history of our race the Demo
cratic principle hue developed and illustrated the
highest moral and intellectual attribute of our
nature. Yet, this is a noble, maguaniraons, a sub
lime sentiment, which expands our affections, en
large the circle of our sympathies and elevate the
soul of man until, claiming an equality with the
best, be rejects as jnworthy of hi dignity any po
litical Immunities over the humblest of his fellows.
Yes, It is an ennobling principle; and may that
spirit whlrb animated our father In the Revolution
ary contest for its establishment continue to ani
mate Oft- thMf aona. lo.thA tmnetidlmi nw
its preservation." WILLIAM ALLEN
The principal icaturos of the old registry
law were re-enacted by the last legislature,
and registration is now necessary at all lo
cal, municipal and stato elections.
Axd in this merciless way Wattcrson hits
hint : 4'Tlio editor of the Okolona Southern
States newspaper is at least sincere, lie
has been declaring his bitter hatred of the
Yankees, and now he has gone North to
prove it by afflicting them with his lec
tures." Amoso the things talked of in MempHs
now is a stock company which will under
take to construct sewers in that city. The
people there have come to the conclusion
that they must get rid of their rotten wood
en pavements, and that they must get rid of
their tilth by means of sewers.
Wues Jay Gould sent $5,000 to the
Howards of Memphis, that organization
was in debt of 4,500 and had two hundred
and eight nurses on their pay-roll. If
timely relief had not arrived, the associ
ation would havo had to disband. The poor
of Memphis will remember Jay Gould
when their own rich are forgotten.
Enomhu advices continue to report fail
ure In crops, nod aunounco that it is now
generally accepted as a settled fact that the
harvests are irretrievably ruined. This dis
astrous ending to tlio agricultural season
will of course result in large secessions to
the cmigrativo ranks from tlio rural popula
tion. Indeed a party of 800 fanners, dis
couraged with crop prospects have already
left England, for Texas.
Tub terrible information is conveyed that
Cyrus W. Field is attacking Tilden because
Samuel is a Democrat and Cyrus a Repub
lican; but it is decidedly manifest that
Field's assault arises from the fact that
Suru'l got the better of him in n deal iu
clevatod-rullway stocks. Commenting on
this fuct the Chicago Times says that Field
shrewd aud slmrp, but the complacent
Sammy Wl,n couviuccd him that tliero are
a great many thing on the earth of which
he never had th remotest conception. In
other words, Sammy "kid over" Cyrus,
THE ROAR OF A CALF AND THK
S1IIUEKOF A CHICKEN.
The L'jtnuiaScntinel, publ'mlic-il'in U-mars,
Iowa, by one J. V. 'Buchanan, in au -xnct
counterpoise of the Okolona States. ' The
latter peppers Northern people and North
era Ideas with red hot ejacul'itoiy verbiage,
whllo the other sends back, in hko shape,
Ut pnvonnmnd liato of cvervthimr that is
Southern. ( j i. f
Weak and unscrupulous Republican cdl
tors picked up the fumings of tho Okolona
bellower, and scattered them broad cast,
ignorantly believing or shamelessly pre
tending that they presented tho true sent!
merits of the Southern neonle. The result
was that the Okolona brawler lwcanio noto
rious; subscriptions poured in upon him
from Republican campaign committees, aud
he made money.
The Lcmars brawler, tiding to supply
tho Democratic ir with an antidote, or
off-set , wr tue usoiona siusn,
copied the States' fragmentary style, and
beggared the English laflguago of its
furious adjectives lu belching upon South
ern people and Southern ideas the alleged
hate and horror of the North, lie grows
mad, raves and damns the weakness of a
tongue that fails to furnish words equal to a
just presentation of the intense loathing
felt iu tho North for Southern men and all
that is Southern. That tho reader may
form an idea of the Lcmars fire-eater and
smokc-belcher's manner, wc present tho
following extract :
"The Sentinel teaches undying hatred for
"And the whole perfidious, falsehearted,
perjured, impenitent brood of murderous
secession hell-hounds, whoso unapproach
able disloyalty and cold-hearted butcheries
have cast a pall over American character.
"It teaches immortal scorn for the vulgar
provincial pride begotten ot tho puny but
damnable doctrine of State sovereignty.
"It teaches hate for shams, frauds, brag
garts, bullies, women whippers, midnight
assassins, loafers, and incendiaries, and that
includes nearly every rebel in Southland.
"It teaches silent scorn for dead traitors
as it does spoken hate for living ones.
"It teaches hate,
"To everybody and everything that ac
tively or passively seeks to destroy
"Yes, verily, the Sentinel teaches
But, alas lor the Sentinel's calculations,
tho Democratic editors "didn't follow Re-
publican suit." Tfliey declined to do 6o
because they respected the intel
ligence of the people, and knew that such
vilo stuff would not be accepted as reflect
ing the sentiments of the Republican party,
and because they houestly deprecated any
attempt to prolong jor intensify sectional
bitterness. It follows, therefore, that the
IIawkeyeblalherskitcf is doomed to belch
his scalding utterances on the desert air, to
a very poor purpose.
But, the reader is ready to inquire, what
kind of men are these cpouters of brimstone
blazes? Are they terrible as a tornado
blood-thirsty as Bengal tigers? "Not much.'
The editor of the Baltimore Gazette knows
'em, and tells what he knows.. He says :
"The fierce and implacable editor of the
Lemars (la.,) Sentinel, Mr. J. C. Buchanan,
although weighing 230 pounds, lias been
kicked, cuffed and chased about his town
by a little weazened school teacher named
La Grange. The warlike editor, whose hot
breath makes weekly response to the blood
thirsty titterings ot tho Son of Mars who
runs the Okolona States, turns out to be a
And that's the kind of a fiesh-slicer and
bone crusher the Sentinel man is known to
be. Of the (Jkolona lava squirter, the
"The first man who uses the toe of his
boot on tho Okolona statesman will dis
cover that tho editorial wildcat is only a
squealing pig. The fire-caters who endeavor
to lash tho country into a furious war
through small newspapers with patent out
sides, arc all shams, every mother's son of
them. Their ruutings aro tho screams of
condors aud eagles sent out from tho throat
of a chicken."
Just as was anticipated, the Democracy
of New York go into the "fall fight" with
divided forces. Kelly with his Tammany
followers, bolted tho Syracuse convention.
The iMiltcrs nominated Kelley for Gov
ernor, and tiit, regular convention nom
inated Lucius HolJi,)n. The snliism is
iireconciliible and will result in' the over
whelming defeat, not only ot Robinson,
but the entire Democratic ticket. It is a
clear case of jiolitical suicide.' In view of
the election pending in Ohio it is damnable,
and will bo rebuked by a party defeat, all
along the lino.
Ik there is anything in tho 'survival of tho
tittest' Dr. Hull' Baltimore Pills must bo
'counted in'; they have lived long and do
belter work than. ever.
CoNHTii'ATiojf ! tho worct foe of Health.
"" mirr . overomes It on
principles. Try it.
A Seahco.Wahiiant allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and Liudsey's, Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures aro wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, prcachors and peoplo. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
tho Lungs or on tho Skin, Boils, Pimples,
&c, wo 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 tho wrapper
R. E. Sellers & Co., rrop'is, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bro's Agents.
Save your children. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
hns no equal ia this or any other country.
One teaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbcry'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. AVm.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 23 cts. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
The trl'Tii is mighty and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
are living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Tills will cure
tho worst cases of liver complaint, billious
ness, headache arising therefrom, costive
ncss, constipation, dizziness and all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. Fur
6ale by all druggists. Trice 25 cents. R.
E. Sellers &, Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
Wherein. ChriBtiau Haiir.y and I'rFu'a V. !!&;;..
hy their trut deed besriut; iVite the Hlh day f
April. A. D. 1H7.V and duly recorded ill tlie record
er otlice of Alexnuder cout.ty. IW.uv '.. in book '.f
deed on pace 1X5 aud . did rfi. bar.uin in.d
cell to the uudvrtiirned Horace Wardm-r. in t:l:
fortheu'r imd purpone tiioreiu xprejfcd.tfce
MloH inu dencrilied real ei-ta;e. to-wit: Lot Lim
bered one (l)lu block numbered twenty-fix c.'1 In
the city of I'alro. county of Alexander 'and ::. o.
ll;lnoin, to it-cure the payment f
certain promicory note for ito mm of
five thousand dollar iJMOO) of cveu
dutc with riid deed, parable three years nftrth
date thereof, to Horace Warduer a i.uardlau for
Nina Jorjeiion, a minor, or order uh lnteret
from date at the rate of ten per cent per uiinain i'e
terent parable feuil anuiii.lly: aud U;e.i. the
principal 'uf aid note, amounting to tire tliou-r.'-d
dollar", and the cum of two hundred am'. ix'r--three
aud tt'-lOO dollar inlerei-: thereon. 1 due i:
the date of this notice uud nijpaid. and wh'.-r-r.
the holder of -aid note hae c.ilk'ii upon the tilidr
f i?::ed to cell the faid premises to fatiffy the ca1
deed aud interest, together with th" co-is attend
ing the execution of "aid tru-t . Now th-refm .
by virtno of the power 'iven me bv a!d deed Of
trVi. and In pursuance with the provirioLt! thet
of, I will on t
, FRIDAY THE 19th DAY OF SEPTEMBER :
at the hour of 1 o'clock, p.m.. of a:d day. at t)
rourt houee door, in the city of I'uito, in ihecun:!;'
of Alexander, ftate of Illihoi". proceed to cell, by
public vendue, to the blsbefl ! :ider for each, f HI
lot numbered one (lj in block numbered twelij
ix Oil, in the city oft.'alro. county ofAIexamir
aiidcmtoof I'.linoi", tO;etherwi;h all richt of -deinption
and hoinectead exemption of the c-l'l
Cbrlctitin Manny and I'rcula V. llanny. Thep.7
cuuer will be entitled to a deed.
Dated Augu't i. 170
IIUHAC'E WAKDNER, TroMe.
Samuel P. Wheeler auv fur trute.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUI
WIDOWS' & ORPHAXS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July Hth, 1877, Vnttr the Lait
the State of III lnoi. C'ojijrisbtcJ July
9, 1877, under Act of Centres.
WILLIAM STRATTUN, Tumidest.
-Mil. P. A. TAYLOR, - Vicb-I'iiemdkm.
J. A. (iOLDSTIXE, . - TuEAsetiEB.
Da. J.J GORDON, - Mud. Anvitoa.
THOMAS LEWIS. . Seciiktaiiv.
KO.UtD OV MANAGERS '
J. J . GORDON. I'hrclan Cairo. I.'.-
Mr. P. A.TAYLU11, Siiperiniei.ueti: uf
Hcho'jlH. Alexander t'ountr "
J. A. GOLDSTINE. of GoidMini) iV Uo-
eenwater, Whulecale and Retail Dealer
lu Stut)le and Fimcv Dry (opi "
N. Ii. TIIISTLEWOOD. of lilnkiu &
Thlctlowuod. t'oiunilcHlou Mercbunt,
Cotlot) nnrt Tobacco Factor " "
8. I. AVEKil.or Ayers ii t o., C'ommU.
clou Merchant . " "
THOMAS LEWIS. Incuruuce Manager
and Attorney at Law
VM. hTKA'li'ON, of atrattou ii bird,
W'holemlu (irocere '
GEO. M, AI.DKN, t'ommlclon Mer
chant, TH Ohio Leveu "
JAS. S. HEAKDEN. Agent Mlcilppl
Vallev Trancuortiitlon Company " "
CHAW K. STCAHT, Wholecnie and Ro
tall Dry Good and Notion" ,,,, "
EDWARD A. RUDER, Maniifacturlutr
Jweler aud Wholmle dialer in
WainnnHker' Tool imd . Vulcrlal.... " 11
CHAULMi LANCASTER. Limcacter i
0 O. PAT 1 EH, C. O. Patter & Co.,
'hole"ftle and Itetal! Merchant " "
Hkv, H. Y. GEORGE, Piiftor Preibyte-
1. G. WIIIT12. luHiirHiice .irent...
ti. V. M KKA1U, Po-ltiiRKter .
H. P. WIIKKLKR, Attorney and Coun
cilor nt law ,,, a
Mil. LOl'ISA KISIIHACK
OHCAU H.VYTIIORN. Vliolenlc and
Retail Rout. Hhoe r.nd Dry Giiod,,,, u u
A.J.1UKD, Merchant and Steamboat
Proprietor t It
WILLIAM KI.I.'GE.'Gcncnil M rcliVim
P. (i. Si.'HL'll, Wholucalo unit ltttull
J. T. RENNIE. Foundry and MachlniM.
ALIIKUT LI'.WIH ..
.Mil. L. A. lltiWAKI), lloardmit Hoin.c,
W, V. PITt'lIKU, Inciirnnce Aiient.
A. IIAI.LKY, Deu)erln Stove, Tin und
Hnrdwiire . , . ,,
E. W. GREEN, Green. Wood & Delimit "
Miller .. .,
II. F' POTTER, Editor and Publl.lllT
ArirtiN-Joiirinil Mound fit v 111
Mr. H. A. AYERS Villa ll,v.(.f'.. '
A, J, FRENCH, Farmer Illrd l'uli r, y0,
5 AND 10 CENT fOr.NTF.!l."
5 AND 10c COUNTEliS!
TO TIIETKADEi-Thelltebii.lneiiitrrnrf the
day iim Htarilnjitliecc comitei. Wean- tl.,. (ir.
tmlorc utid Headuiinrter"! W'n have tiiu m,v t'ui
ExrumivKS and loe Jobhlnt! llone In tli "v s
IU Hetid lor Caiab'Kiiu and itr:li:ti)i;rH
' UUTL.EII HKOS.,
800 AND RANDOLPH STREET. C'lncAGO
Alo iW aud at) Chmiucy Btrwet.UuiniIn
f MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
62 Lake St.. 03 Seneca St."
ix point of
Economy in Fuel, Dura
bility, and Convenience.
Completeness of design, and
Perfectncss of Construction.
Simplicity of Management, and
General Working Qualities.
THE BEST AXD 3I0ST RELIABLE
IX THE MARKET.
lime Tried and Fire Tested!
EVERY STOVE RELIABLE,
AND PROVES A SUCCESS.
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED.
For sale by C. V. HENDERSON, Cairo,
Ai.d by Flrt-Cla Dealer Ever here.
DR R. II. CI.AKK. So-ith Hero, Yt.. car: "In
cae of Kiilnej Trouble" it ba at ted like charm.
It hap cured niry very bad cafe of Pile, and It
ba never failed to act efficiently.
E. M. SUTTON, of HurlicKton. cay. -A a Liver
Inv'ifiltAt.ir it I. u'lltinUl mi ..f.nial. I m. it to pru.
vent and cure headuebc. uud u.l billion attack"."
NELSON FAIRCIIILD, of St. Albanf. Vt .ay:
"It I of priieie value. After "'.xieen yar of
treat "UtTeriii.' fmni Pile and Cotiveiies It com
pletely cured me.'
C. S. MOGaBON. of Berk-hire. sy. "one park-a.-e
him done wonder for nie in completely curinc,
h ,.vtre Liver and Kidney Complaiw."
BECAl'SE IT ISTHEONI.Y MEDICINE THAT
A TX ON THE I.IVEH.HOWEIS AND KIDNEYS
ATT1IE SAME TIME.
Becau"" it cleanse the w hole "yttem of the n
onoii" butnor" thut otbe-rwice di-vi-lup In iilllum
U' . Jauudire, Contipuliin. Kidui yand Urlnp'r
di"eu"r. or lihemutlMii and I.unitaito. nl urIi
In women, ulmnier every function ud bring on
wealiui -s and dli-eae.
If von war.t to be well In plt of yontelf. ne
KIDNEY-WoKT. It i" a dry vegciub'iu'cuiiipound
One j.ackit?e will nmke !-I.X'iuart of Medieiiic
fpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
V. P. II AT-1. 1 DAY. rrei.Lt.
.'1. L. HAI.I.IDAY. V!ce-Preid'.tt.
V.'ALTER HYsLOP, Chler.
. TAT" TAVI.en. W. P. HALUDY,
ki.kv i.. ii.ii.: tiuv, n. it. ci'.nninouam,
i'. 1). WU.UAM.-'j.S, WEPIIEM DIllU,
II. 1!. CANUCK.
EHrhanso, Coin and United States Bond
LOUUiiT AND SOLD.
Depot-it received and a ceneral lanklns btinlnen
OR GOITE. A CITE OR CIIROMC.
Manufactured only under tbu ntovo Trade Mark
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
, OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG,
Iminedlnto relief wnrrnutid. I'crnianent curi
utturaiiti-eo. Now esclii"lveir ii". .1 ,y nil celebra
ted PuV"U'liiti of EuropM and Ainerliu. beconilnita
Ntuplui Uarmle. nhd Itelliible lii ineilv on both
rontltient. The blbe"l Medical Aiademv or
Pun report W cure" out or oi rni. within tlnve
tlav. Secret-The only dlolvrriif tlii,inl.iiiK
Uric Acid wl lrh exl- t In the lllood of Uhetintatlc
utid Gouty I'm" nt. $1 box: ii hoxe for ,y
Kent to any itddr" on n-vlm ( jirlr). Imlom-tl
by Phylcfi""- old by nil i'meeiM, A'ldrem
WASHIlL'RX i CO.,
Only'iuil'ort'.T' Va l m Mromhvny, N. Y.
For Hal Vy BARCLAY BROS., nirl Dmif)!lU
A.nd Paint and Oil Dealers.
Headquarters for Druggists; Physicians, General
Dealers and Consumers.
Paints and Oils,
Paper, Pencils, Pens,
."Record, Copying and
And all Goods in our Line at the Sin of
The Grolclei) Lion,
Ohio Levee, & Cokxek Washington Avenue
and Eighth Stkeet.
LIFE ASSUBANCE SOCIETY
120 Broad wav,
ASSETS, JanvaRi-1, 1S79,
(No rreminm Note.)
SURPLUS over Seven Million Dollars.
The Most i in jiortant question ,for
TANY IS STRONGEST?"
Tift; strongest company is tho one which has the most dollahs ok wki.l invested
AFSET9 KOK EVEUY DOI.Ull OF LIABILITIES.
Of tho .'vcntcen largest Life Insurance Companies of the United States, the rati
of assets (excluding premium notes) to liabilities, tho Equitable is largest, being 121.99
The second largest is 110.77, and tho third largest 117.32.
j?These figures rc from the official report of the New York Insurance Depart
ment, June 1, 1878.
Grow moro popular every day, mid arc mado a specialty.
Washington -Avenue, Coii Twelfth Stkeet,
those insuring their lives is "WHICH COM