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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
E. A. Burnett,
pOR ASSESSOR AN D TREASl'REB.
We re Authorized to announce GEORGB Vf
aon aa a candidate for election to the office
of Aeor and Trcamirer of Alexander County at
the approaching Jiovcnibor election.
We are authorized to Announce that Mii.es tV,
Parker In a candidate, at the enduing November
cluctiou for the office of County Treasurer.
We are authorized to announce the name of J. A.
M. Hums a a candidate for County Commissioner
of Alexander county at tkoenaulug November elec
To boast of a Republican victory in Iowa
is like crowing over a Democratic victory in
Texas or Kentucky. It is a thing that can't
happen any other way.
TnK New York Sun funs up as its prcsi
dcndial ticket tho names of General Win-
fickl Scott Hancock, and General John M.
Talmer and i grand, glorious ticket it
would be. There is a magnetism, some
thing that enthuses in tho very names. The
ticket suits Tub Bulletin big.
According to official data, the total
number of the Hebrew race to-day is about
what it was in the days of King David be
tween six and seven millions. There are in
Europe about 5,000,000, in Asia, 200,000, in
Africa, over 80,000, and in America from a
million to a million and a half. Tho pres
ent population of Jerusalem is given at
1 3,500 Jews, 7,000 Mahommcdans, and 5,
The Elgin Leader says that if tho D cuio
cratic convention next year, puts out a
strong ticket with Farnsworth or Palmer at
its head, and promulgates a sound platform,
the party will carry tho Stuto by a majority
of ten thousand. Tho Metropolis Demo
crat adds: "To form, the strongest ticket
the uame of lion. John II. Obcrly must be
at the head. In Southern Illinois he is im
measurably the strongest Democrat that can
le named" or words to that effect.
Jest see what wo did. The Chicago Times
tells the story thus: "Tho quarantino in-rpection-boat
at Island No. 1 was relieved
from duty yesterday mornina; and towed to
Cairo. Since it went into commission three
hundred north-bound boat and trains have
been overhauled, and nearly nineteen thou
sand personal examinations made.
Through the exertions of tho officers in
charge of tho cralt, not a suspicious case
was received in this State during tho epi
demic. The sucecM of the experiment
was so marked that the national board of
health purchased tho boat and will keep
it for uso in a similar capacity when
cvnU require it."
Fkom tho following figures furnishsd by tho
Washington Jleal Estato Review, tho reader
can form a tolorablo conception of the im
mensity of tho Uuion Stock Yards, in Chica
go. Tho Review says: "At the stock yards, in
Chicago, a new city is springing up. Hero
s working poiultion of 18,000 is now cm
'ployed. Thd number hits been as high as
20,000. ThU is tho largest industrial popu
lation gathered in nny single induntry in
oii'i square uiilu iu tho world. It U lurger
than tint at Krupp, in Esen, whero the
celebrated iron worker employ-14,000 per-
torn. Then aro three establishments at
tho stock yards Armour's, Hutchinson's
and Fowler's ouch of which kept Won
thin 2.000 peoplo busy during the last sea
ton. Thorn treii All thirty-two packing
Juur.' and similar pUcv on tho ground,1
TVpAT hall bo dono witli i tho offending
Vtcsl The St. Louis Kepublican snyitlie
tribe litis eurrendered the captives that
were taken when tlio red devils burned the
White River agency and attacked J.
Thornburgh's command. They say thejr
are anxious for peace; that they will sub
mit to the government and stop fighting.
Tiro government seems' inclined to meet
them half way and accept their submission;
but this leaves tho question, what is to be
done with them, still unsettled. Aro they
to be punished for burning the agency,
kilfing Agent Meeker and his assistants and
attacking Thorn burgh's troops? If so, how?
The government cannot hang three or four
hundred Indians, and even if it should
propose to make a vicarious example of the
chiefs, tho tribe would not probably cou
sent. To bans the chiefs and tho leading
warriors might provoko another outbreak,
and the second war be worse than the first.
Young Stephen A. Douglass retains the
name of his father ; that's all. There's
none cf the father's greatness nothing of
his nobility of soul and lofty ambition
about the boy. Coming from North Caro
lina where he was loved and respected for
his father's sake, lie has no words of abuse
too severe, can frame no slanders too dam
aging to heap upon that eople. Seven
years ago tho wealth and intelligence of
North Carolina .asserted themselves, and
placing carpet-bagisiu and scallawagery
under foot, immigrated a reign of peace,
good order and good will throughout the
entire liuis of the State. For the terror
ism, for the confusion and bloodshed that
marked the rule of carpet-bagisiu, the
Democracy of North Carolina gave the peo
ple good government, quietand harmony
everywerc. Knowing as Stephen A Doug
lass, J t. docs, that stories of Democratic
bull-dozing and night-riding would nut be
believed should he utter them, he resorts to
the meaner because the more cowardly
falsehood of declaring that the Democratic
party maintain ascendency by a resort to
fraud to stuffing ballot boxes, altering
election returns and by all the underhanded
means that ingenious and unscrupulous vil
lains can practice ! Ofcour.se every intelli
gent man in the North, who has kept his
eyes open to passing events, knows that,
in mouthing such a statement, young
Douglass uttered a cruel and inexcusable
glandcr upon the better classes of North
Carolina. To retain control of North Caro
lina, it is only necessary that Democrats go
to tho polls and vote. They are overwhelm
ingly in the ascendant, and instead ot their
success indicating fraud, it would indicate
an honest expression of public sentiment.
While this is true, their defeat could be ac
counted for on no other hypothesis than
that Democrats by thousands had volun
tarily absented themselves fro:a the polls,
or that tho party had been subjected to the
frauds and the villainies, in the practice of
which the carpet-baggers and scallawags of
the South arc such acknowledged experts.
For tho sake of the glorious name lie bears,
Mr. Douglass should keep his mouth shut.
THE STAMPEDE OF THE BLACKS.
Isaiah C. Wears is the uame ot a Phila
delphia colored man, and a rampant Re
publican by the way, who is irreconcilably
opposed to the negro exodus. In assail
ing General (?) T. W. Conway's plan for
tho encouragement of the stampede, he
promulgates some very sensible notions
that find expression in the special corres
pondence of the Chicago Times. From
that correspondence we quoto tho follow
"There were reasons political and reasons
social and reasons moral why the colored
man should uot leave the South. All along
they had been going in disorganized masses
with no promise or prospect of anything
better 'in store for them, but quite the
reverse. And this had been borne out by
the facts in every instance. Destitute and
helpless, they had been compelled to throw
themselves upon tho charity of the peoplo
of the country into which they flocked, and
thus their condition was made worso in
every respect than before.
Coming to a political view of tho case,
tho black man had done too milch to enrich
tho south to give it all up now! Ho should
remain to reap sonic of tho fruits of his
long unrequited toil. Tho colored man has
an Interest in tho southern states which he
could not afford to surrender. Besides the
temptation to come north is not flattering.
Doors aro slammed in their faces in the
north as well as in tho south. ,' Eveo the
most refined and cultured have no recogni:
tionin the north. If the roscolored state
meats, of the papers bo truo that
there aro thousands of lamilies in Austin
county, Texas, icady ' to leave,
possessed of houses, cows, mules
and farming utensils and amplo means to
support them for a year, the very condition
of these peoplo is a loud and lasting protest
against their leaving. Why not let well
enough alone? Furthermore, it is not wis
dom for that portion of tho colored people
possessed of energy and grit to leavo tho
great masses of their people who have not
these qualities without leaders. If the
CAIRO , BULLETIN iUtURSD AY qrORNiyOy OCTOBER jOJ
people who aro going are deficient in tl:
respect, they will naturally gravitate jto tl
lowest piano of society in tho coinmuni
to which they fly. It is a favorite hobl
with somo of those who favor this flight
argue that colored settlements and colon
communities will be established by takin
up largo ducts of land and settling thcr
JIiib is objectionable, among . otlul
tilings, oecauso colored communitia
serve to keep alivo complexion
distinctions. If they can be driven frou
communities now, whero they are in th
majority, then, whenever and wherever thti
presence is not desirable to others tho reii
edy is at hand, aud will be used. The oi;
sure way of getting full recognition of til:
rights is for them to live in the localiis
where they have so much at stake, til
work and wait their rime. It will suti
come. The south needs the colored man a
the colored man needs the south. Tb
cannot please the enemies of the courrt
better than by doing 'what hundrcdslif
misguided ones had done already makia
stampede tor other parts." !
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Correppondencc of the Cairo Bulletin.
Wasui.ngton, Oct. 27, 187.
A local semi Democratic organ here m
nounccs that the rag baby was most ctTefJ
tually squelched by the October electior1,
after having been wounded in the car'r
campaigns. It takes occasion in connectin
with this announcement to give Senaor
Bayard a lift towards the Presidential nom
ination in 18S0. The senator's "inovciner"
seems to have been well planned, for muy
papers of the South are pushing it as if y
spontaneous action, and it is observed tht
many soft money Democrats who demandd
Bayard's expulsion from the head of tie
senate finance committee la.st f inter re
willing to concede his claims to leadersEp
now. However, all the honors are not jjt
upon Mr. Bayard, for, as I have said Ik-toe,
Mr. Tilden's friends are pushing his mo
ment with vigor, and if he should elect lis
man Robinson governor of New York,3c
would be head and shoulders above ary
bo.ly else standing over the remains of lie
rag baby and claiming the honors of tie
fight. There are mtny Democrats w ho !re
dissatisfied with Bayard, because, while jll
the othpr leadlrs have been in the thick of
the fight this year, he "ran away :o
Europe." as they assert, to escape all possi
bility of harm from whatever might bell
the party. While it is probable that Jr.
Bayard did" not have in view any such con
tingency, doubtless this criticism will st'wk
to him and do much harm to his presiden
Governor-elect Fostor follows Mr. SIit-
man's suit, and sends word that he will not
he a candidate for Senator in place of Mr.
Thurman. This appears to narrow the con
tost to Judge Taft and Gen. Garfield, both
of whom are popular with stalwart Repub
licans, who seem to prevail largely this
year. Speaking of Mr. Foster reminds me
of a good story of him a lriend sends from
Ohio, showing how a mistake or a blunder
sometimes proves a lucky affair. "While in
the midst of hiscanvass Mr. Foster received
on offer of $100,000 for some railroad prop
erty. In his haste he concluded he would
telegraph his acceptance. He had at the
same time occasion to telegraph to his friend
and companion W. H. Gibson, in a neigh
boring town, and he got the addresses of
the two dispatches mixed. The acceptance
of the business offer went off directed to
Gen. Gibson, Pine street, New York. Next
da came a reply from the telegraph office
saying that no Gen. Gibson could be found
in Pine street, New York. Meanwhile Mr.
Foster ascertained that it would be better
to hold on to the property a little longer.
Now it is said to be salable for fl25,000, so
the mistako in the address of the telegram
was worth f'2.1,000 to him.
Senator Kellogg and others from the
South say that they will make a vigorous
tight for Republican restoration, especially
in Louisiana. But it is hardly possible lor
them to hopo for success this year or next.
The Democrats hold all the political ma
chinery now and arc well organized and
At its next session congress will have to
increase the appropriations in several dircc
tions. In tho first place, the post office has
been largely extending its facilities, aud re
ports a large deficiency in consequence..
Tho new demands upon its favor are es
pecially largo from tho south and west, and
it is probable its requirements will be grant
ed. Then tho pateut office demands ond
will probable receive more liberal treatment,
and tho war department will find itself
short by reason of the extraordinary expen
ses forced upon it lately, This is a growing
country, and its expenses will not "down"
at our bidding.
There is a growing disposition to criti
ci.o Secretary Schurz, for his alleged mis
management of tho Indian department.
However able ho may be as a "literary
feller" us the term goes, I think he is not
greatly thought of as an executivo officer,
ami a "reformed civil service" will not
probably demand his retention in tho in.
terior depatrment, which ever party has the
disposal of it next time.
Tm. came of Miss Annie Hill was on the
pio"ramme of last evening1" concert for the
benefit of the yellow fever sufferers, but
having contracted a severe cold, her friends
feared she would be unable to fulfill her
engagement'. , However, 6ho appeared and
gang Ernani Involamiln tones so clear, and
with such artistic execution, that she re
ceived hearty encore. I was enabled to
do this, sho said, by using Coussens1 Honey
of Tar, the best compound in the world
for clearing tho voice, relieving hoarseness,
curing coughs and colds. Prke 50 cents.
Barclay Broa., agents.
The electric ught. If Prof. Edison's
ElecUic light is going to supcrccdelhe use
of gas, we aro glad of it. Gas is the bane
of our national existence. When hoarse
with too much speaking, take Hall's Balsam.
It is especially adapted to congressmen,
ministers and the rest of mankind.
Sold by Barclay Bros.
What it Does. Kidney -Wort, moves the
bowels to regularity, cleanses the blaod,
heals intlamation and radically cures kid
ney disease, gravel, piles, bilious headache,
anil pains which arc caused by disordered
Liver and Kidnevs. Tho worst cases of
piles are soon cured by this medicine.
JOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
The nnderficneil. administrator of etnte of
William H. .Mllfurd, deceived, here-,
by pivea notice to all whom
It may concern that he bJ filed in the Alexander
county court his dual rupfrt uch adiuinlplrator,
tnd tht he will apply to aUI court, at the Novem
ber term thereof. ftTU.and Jmake t'.tinl fciiluiiient,
aud avlt for hi dirchatiro BKDttch administrator.
W. J. MILFOKD, Administrator.
gALE OF VALUABLE CITY LOTS.
Win. Tweed Parker va. Elizabeth Linker, Wni.
Linker. lyaa F. Parker.
I'nblic notice is hereby given that the under
algned Master In t'hancefy for Alexander County,
in pursuance of a decree or the Alexander County
Circuit Court, entered on the 4th ilav of txtoh.'r.
1k;j. will oiler for tale at public auction to the
bicheM bidder ou Hatttrdav, the 15th day of Novem
ber, ltd. three lotdinthe Cltv of Cairo. Illinois
deeeribed aa follow: to-wlt: Lots numbered 1?
and IS In Illock one. and Lot 39 lu block 11. accord
inn to the original plat of raid city. Lot IT i" on the
corner of Fourth and Levee a'.rect. aud lot 18 I the
adjoining lot on Levee street. Lot 39 on Ttb
htreet aud ha noun it a eood frame dwelling.
. The fiile will biL'ln t 1 o'clm-k i. m. at lot S'J
aud will be2in at lcit 1" and IS at H o'clock p. m.
Term: One-half crn-li. und the other half pay
able in twelve months from day of aale: purchaser
Riving note, r.eartui; h percent, interest per annum
secured by trim niortpi
JOHN A REEVE.
Master In Chmrerv Alexander County, Illliioi.
JKKEX 4 CILIiEUT. Solicitors
Dated Cairo, Illino!, October Jtrd,
pi BLIC NOTICE
I hereby vjivep that by virtue of a decree of the
County Court of Alexander Countv. In the Mate of
Illinois, rendered in the March term, A. D. 187'J, I.
Elizabeth Corcoran, administratrix of the estate of
John Corcoran, deceased, will aell at public ven
due, on the 14th day of November. A. D., 1(9,
npon the premise to be old, and hereafter named,
at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, nbjcct to the wid'
ow'o dower Interest therein, for the payment of the
debt of said estate of John Corcoran, deceased,
the following described property, to-wlt:
Lot numbered fifteen (IM. In block numbered
fifteen tl.yi, of the City of Cairo. ituato iu the
County of Alexander and State of Illinois.
Term of ale are, ouc-half of the
purchase price cash in hand npon
approval or sale and the delivery of
deed. The other half niiou a credit of lx month"
from the day of sale. The deterred payment to.be
evidenced by the purchaser's note, drawing six per
cent Interest per annum, ecnred ny deed of trust
on the premises sold.
Administratrix of the estate of John Corcoran.
Dated, Cairo, 111., Oct. 14lh. lBT'.t.
F. E. Hav, Executor of Estate J
ofl). (i Hiy. dased. f Petition to sell land
v to Jty debts.
Elizabeth Hay, et si.
By virtue of a decree of the county court of White
county, Illinois, rendered iu the above entitled
cansf. at the December term. 1HTT. of said co'irt; I
stall proceed at the door of the court house, In
Uiro, Illinois, on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1GTH. 1KT9,
tetween the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock
t. m.. of said day, to offer for sale at public auc
tion, to the highest and best bidder, tho following
(escribed real estate, situated in tho city of Cairo,
lexnder countv aud state nf Illinois, to satisfy
mid decree: Lot No. 7. Block No. vtT, First Addf
lon to the city of Cairo.
Tkkmsof !Sai.b: The said lot will be told on a
credit of six and twelve months, equal 'payment.
The purchaser will be ntiuired to give notes with
approved personal security touether with amort
gaire on the premises to secure the purchase money.
A valuable and desirable two-story business
li'iuse and residence I situated on this lot. front
liie on Commercial and corner of Twenty-eighth
The salewlll take placeat 1 o'clock p. m.
F. K. HAY, Executor.
D. U. HAY. Deceased.
JXO.M. CREBS. Attorney.
'pUTHE VOTERS OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
To place the question of voting for or aHln-t the
additional county tax. at the ensuing election, a
plainly and fairly before the voter and taxpayers of
the county as possible, the County Ikiard desire to
iricke puliliruliou of the following:
First. The law in relation to submlttlrtir the
question of additional county tax. I contained In
section 2T. chapter SI. Revised Statute. Ills.. ls;i,
page to which your attention i directed.
Second. The Order ol the County Hoard passed
at li last (September) session submitting said
qiienlon reads as follow:
"Whereas, The I'oituty Board deem it necessary
to iifsess and levy tuxes the aggregate of which
shall exceed the rate of ','Sc on the $100 valuation
of the property within the county, and
Win reus, Said Board has ascertained aud does
hetehy tlud out that tin.1 rate of such additional tax
reyilred Is M cents on the $100 valuntloii lor each
of the years 179, IHxo and 1HS1.-
Therefore It I ordered, that the question nf as
sessing and levying said additional lux ol .V) cents on
the JMin valuation of property within the count v. sub
ject to taxation for the year Mil, IKSO and lsm.ue sub
mitted ton vn;e of the people of said county, ill the
next election tor county officer after the dale hereof,
and that tho County Clerk, in hi election notice for
said tlectlon. give notice of such submissoln lu
manner und form a provided In section iff, chapter
!H. Revised Statutes of 1HI4, of the State of Illinois.
It Is further ordered hytho Board, that theptir-
fiose for which said additional lax w ill lie required,
s the establishment, construction and Improvement
of a l'ubllcjtoad. above ordlnaiy high wuier, com
mencing at the city limits of the City of Cairo, and
running thence by the must desirable aud econom
ical route to a point at or near the Junction ol what
I known a the Goose Island and Cairo and Jonea
boro roads, aud thence up and along aald road re
spectively, through the county, aud for the general
Improvement ol all I'nblic I toad and Bridge
throughout the county, with the object of connect
ing ly good road the county seat with all part of
the county during all portions of tho year."
Third. Inasmuch a the tax would lie an Addi
tional county tax. It would have to ho extended the
same as the regular county tax upon all tho prop
erty within tho whole county. For tho year 1N7II,
the following statement w ill show tho amount that
W'ottld be paid by tho property Id the whole countv,
with tho portion payable on property within the
City of Cairo, and the portion payable on property
In the county outside of the cltv of ('Biro.
Tho equalised valuation of the property
lu the whole comity subject Hi taxation
for the year 17 i 1,M5,W:I
Divided a to city and country a fol
low: Property within tho Cltv of Cairo $l,Mi,lM
1'roperiy In couuty outside of the City of
Tntal o above. l,KI.Vii(13
Fifty cent "1111(111101)81 tnx" on that valua
tion would yield a total tax of p,'iH 81
Ol 'whic.li the property within tho City of
Cairo would pay n,7A7 itf
( Melng SO cent on the llu on tl.'lM.
4VI, amount of Utxable property In
cfty a above)
And the property In the County, outsldo
the City of Cairo, would pay , 1,-IM) Oft
(Being 50 eentson the tlOO on 4IW.RUI, -amount
taxable- properly lu county - 1
outside City of Cairo.) t
For tho year 1HK) and 1KM, the exact figure can
not, of course, be given until tho assessment fo
thosH year are made, but Uicro would probably be
but llttii; change from too present yenr.
Very respectfully. BAM1 EL J. Hl'MM.
Couuty Clerk Alexaudur Couuty, Illinois.
COALINE ICOALINE!! COALINE -
-THE ELECTRIC CLEANSER.
HAS XO EQUAL FOR UENERAL HOUSE CLEANINd
PURPOSES, FOR WASHING CLOTHES,
FOR THE BATH, ctC, AC.
For Cleaning Taint, Varnished Surfaces, Window Glass, Mirrors, (Sold 1'iunuf,
Marble, Tianos, Sewing Machincs,Fui nituro, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Cuses, Bronzes,
Cut Glass, Globes, Gas Fixtures; Removes Pitch nnd Tar from the Hands or Clothing
readily, &c, Ac.
FOR USE AS A DISINFECTANT y&lKtfl?DW&R
Any tiling Soiled hv Oil; or GKKA8E, by Flies or Pen
oil Marlcg, or by Dirt of any kind, it will clean
WITHOUT SOAP Oil WATER,
To Wrsrtns Coauns CorjiNY-I Lave oscd Coallnc In my family and End It all the Mur.ufacturc.a
claim for it. It I certainly superior o oup a a cleanser and much more economical. It remove dirt
rora fabric without iujurlnj the text ire or changing fast color-. It clean tbc bands aud leaves the Wn
oft. It also heal orc and chapped band readily. Reap'ectfully your,
WILLIAM S. EVERETT. IU Collage Crove Ave ..Cnlcaso.
To the "Western Coaijke CoWt have been nsing In onr family "Coallnc," an article manufacture J
In this city, and find It one of the most uieful thin- for family use we have ever known or heard or. For
waahlnsf, scrubbing, cleaning slas. l!va tnkinjr crease pot out of clothing and carpets, etc.. we tbi;.k
It nas no equal. Every family ahonlfl ha:c It. Tin- price I so low a to bring It within the reach t.f every
body.-Chicugo, May id, 1879. L. O. CALKINS.
CT-'IS THE ONLY Washing Compound sold lu Bulk, and strlcti for cash, giving the public a new
and valuable article at a low 6m competing with staple goods like Soap. '
The following teHlmonial front pern Ith hom many In Cairo aud vicinity are acquainted, place
eoallne In It true position before the pubic. It Is a ood thluj;, and should be generally used:
1 have ued coallnc In my bouse. It aavc labor and save clothes, aud I Inexpensive. I w,.uld tot
be without it.-Centralla. 111., August 1st!. 18T9. MRS. JAM EH McFAlL.
1 find eoallne to be all that 1 clalmtd for It, and cheerfully recofhmend It .-Centralla. Illinois,
AuRtist lfcth, 1879. MRS. D. OXLEY.
I havcun-d eoallne to dean hcad-llghti of rtgir.c, where the dirt Is hardened, and I usually cleantd
with concentrated lye. I found cosllne o do the work fully a well a jotaih. without It li.jnrirw
effects.-Centralla, 111., August lfttb, lh7. C, BILLS, Foreman Taint Shop, I. C. R. K.
All leading groceri will have it, and ran t:pp!y their customer In a few dy. It Is now and wl.l
be, at all time, obtafcableat
General Agents. ,
Heads of Families will Call atd Get a Samjle, Free for Trial at our Mom
! CAIRO, ILL.
SAVE YOUR ENGINES!
Address 14051 Choteau Avenue, 5St. Louis.
We Desire to call Your attention to Our
-PATENT STEAM CYLINDER VALVE"
which is now coming into general vie.
WAI.TEirS PATENT 15SOAIJI OR
NO MORE CYLINDER
I call the attention of proprietors of Steam Engines to the use of this Valve, by which
a grout Having of fuel i9 effected. The Valve being closed on the admiBsion of steam and
open when exhausting, tho engine is not liable to get out of line, as no water is allowed to
accumulate In the cylinder tho Valve opening or shutting automatically at each stroke.
The cylinder is kept dry when tho engine is not working, as the Valves are then kept
open by a si liial spring. The Valvo will pay its prico in the saving of fuel iu a very
short time, and will last over ten years. .'
IdP-Stato and County Rights for Sale. Apply by letter or in person at 1403 Choteou
A.venuc, St. Louis. '
OF THE WORLD!
Coiik r Eighth St.
and Washington Auiiup.
HEADS BROKEN OUT.