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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 12.
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0IOIAL PAPER UK CITY AND COUNTS
Wa nr anthorl1 to announce thai It. A. I.
WILUANKS, of JelTereon coiintv, I a candlcLit"
for Cleric oftha Appillato Court In the Konrlh
DifUUn of IIHtioin. ennji-rt to t lie decision of a
c.aurontlon of the Democratic pHcty
COUNTY J it o it .
Wh ar ith'irl.ii(l to announce Iho name of
WAI.TKK WAKDKKaaa candidate forttin office
ofUntiuiy Judge of Alexander t'ounly.
We am ajithoriied to annouiiro Justice JOHN
H. ItOBI NSO l ail an Independent candidate for
County .led in at thu coming Novemnur elttctltm.
W are authorized to annoitu.-e Mr. MILES V,
I'AKKKH aa an Independent candidale for treaa
tircr of Alexander county at the coming November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notirtm tti ima column, oi(jat cents per lino fur
Brit and five cente per line each auhaequent inanr
Hon. Kor onH troelt, 30conte pur lino. For outi
month, KO con to per lino.
at DeBauns 50 Ohio Levee.
0. 1). Williamson, 70 Ohio levee, has
iust recieved a lot of choice Wisconsin,
creamery and dairy butter.
ICE I ICE!!
Out of tho fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
icehouse and office is at present at the
City Brewery, on Washington aveuue, be
tween 8th and 9th streets." Orders will be
tilled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons Bupply regularly every day.
DeBauns 50 Ohio Levee,
Fair and Festival.
A fair and festival for the benefit of the
Loretto Academy will be held in Old lie
form Hall August 29th 30th and Hist.
T'. -se who have promised donations are re
quested to bear this in mind. Citizens gener
ally are solicited to take tickets and assist
in a good cause.
Southern Hotel ana Restaurant
Leo Kiel) desires his friends and the pub
lic to know that this favorite hotel is now
thoroughly repaired and refitted in better
condition than before the tire. Meals at
reasonable rates are furnished at all hours.
Good rooms and beds for the tired, good
tare for the hungry, fine liquors lor tin
thirsty, is the rule. Give him a call, tf
Choice Wisconsin, creamery and dairy
butter just received atO. D. Williamsons',
70 Ohio levee. tf.
in market at DeBauns 50 Ohio levee
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets to all tint piincipal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Bates low.
Call or address J. 11. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
go to DeBauns 5(5 Ohio levee.
J. 8. HawkinB is prepared to pump out
cisterns and repair them or build new ones
promptly and at fair prices. Orders by
postal promptly attended to. No. 2 Win
ter's row. tf
at DeBauus 50 Ohio levee.
Goto G. D. Williamson's, 70 Ohio
levee, for choice fresh Wisconsin., creamery
or dairy butter. tt.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Sprout's Retail Ice Box.
Cousumeis of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a Urge Ice
box on Eighth street in Cundiff's store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
ust the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Use Tub Caiho Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered .jute
iminilla, equally good tor ink or pencil. For
sale, in ttiree sizes, at thu office. Mo. 2 and
8. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will be given some t-nterpriseing man
in 1 ua bulletin Building, which is now
uttered for sale on easy term", fong time
and low rate of interest. The building
has rented for the past year for
fifty to Bixty-two dollars per month
I lie property consists or 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story -10x00 and a
two story 10 x 45. Has a frontage of W)
feet on Washington" avenue and 1 50 feet on
12tu street. " If desired the machinery, en
giue, boiler, &c, in the 2 story building
will be sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or John H Obcrly, Bloom,
Those who prepare Hopa and Malt Bit
ters, make no secrets of its ingredients,
but publish them on every bottle. Medi
ca authorities Ray that these lemodicn are
all that are claimed tor them for the cure
of Dyspepsia, Debility, indigestion, Con
A TRUK assistant to nature in restoring
the yHtem to perfect health, thus enabling
it to resist disease, is Brown's Irou Bitters.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In theae commas, ten centi per line,
Men Insertion. Marked
-Will. Alba has the finest barber shop
in southern Ills. tf.
Ono case of drunkenness was tried be
before Justice Robinson yesterday.
Tho balloon ascension will take place
on Tuesday, not Thursday, as the printer
niadu it yesterday.
A three- pound sweet potato, raised on
tho farm of Magistrate Comings at San
dusk), Is on exhibition at that gentleman's
Mr. W. A. Winans, cashier of the New
York store, is iuito ill with cholera morbus
since Tuesday. Mr. Elmer Comings tills
the position of cashier for tho time being.
Vennor predicts a severe storm period
on the lower lakes and the New Jersey
coast about the end of this mouth and the
first of next.
"A good many things that appear in
newspapers are not true." This is because
tho newspapers have frequently to get their
information from human beings.
The Democrats of Michigan and Mas
sachusetts have united with the green
backers against tho Republicans and are ex
citing the latter to making some rather
Remember the Lander mortgage sale.
At Hodges Park, Aug. HI, will be sold:
one saw mill; Bix houses and lols;six vacant
lots; six hundred and forty acres of land;
live stock, ami household furniture, lit
The gentlemen from this city who at
tended the barbecue at Commercial Point
Thursday, went in optn hacks, and all got
wet as it rained quite hard before they
reached their destination.
(Jo to Wm. Alba's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
best shop m southern Ills. tf
The entrance to Tun Bulletin news
and editorial rooms is on Railroad street.
The front entrance to job office is closed
after seven p. in. Visitors will always find
the Railroad street entrance open. tf
The funeral of Mrs. B. F. Thistlewood
wss very largely attended yesterday after
noon. Mrs. Thistlewood was very much
beloved by those who knew her anil she
had many friends.
One of tho important events in this
county during this week was the Com
mercial Point barbecue held on Tuesday.
All the candidates were there, of course,
and spent cash and wind, each one for him
self. A CHrd from Billy Gray, af the The
atre Comique in this city, who, with his
wife, is sojourning in the east, says that he
is now in Richmond, Virginia, will visit
several other large cities, and return here
in about three weeks to resume his duties
as manager of the Comique stage.
Invitations are out calling on members
of the Knights of Honor insurance society
to attend the first grand convoca
tion of the order in the north
west, to be held at tho MeC'orniick
Music Hall, at tho Rvcro House, and Lin
coln Park, Chicago, on Thursday and Fri
day, Sept. 14th and 15th.
Three tino horBes will be at the slock
yards, adjoiningThistlewood's livery stable,
in a tew uays, ana parties interested in
fine stock should call and look at them
The race horse, "Castale," a thoroughbred,
will be there first of next week; "Blood
Chief Jr." and "Young Rosette," about the
5th of September.
Poor Pulaski cotiuty has no silver
and plated ware, no diamonds or jewelery,
no steamboats or Bailing vessel, no
franchises, no billiard tables, no credits n
banks, no bridge property, no grains of
any kind, but sbo lias a bank act. of $740. Bo
says her assessor in his report to thu Slato
Board of Equalization.
A special meeting of tho city council
was held at tho chamber last night for the
purpose of considering tho proposition of
Mr. John Lock wood to put up water works
in this city; The proposition was referred
to a joint council and citizens committee
Through the kindness ol City Clerk Foley
we are enabled to give the official proceed
ing of tho meeting elsewhere in this issue
The amount ot rainfall at this point
during the twenty-four hours ending at
2 :11 o'clock yesterday afternoon, was four
mho hundredths of one inch. Rain was also
reported to have fallen at tho same time at
Davenport, Dubuque, Louisville, Nashvill
Hhievepoitand Vicksburg. The therniom
eter here stood at 7!) degrees above zero.
which was lower thu n at any of the twenty
one places reported from except St. Louis,
where it was 70. Thu barometer was geu
orally unusuly low.
Work on the western extension of tho
Texas and Cairo narrow guago road, nt
point near Gatesville, Ark., hns been stop
ped for the time being. Tho reason of this
is the failure of Gatesville to comply with
its agreement to furnish tho right of way
depot grounds, etc. The road is now to
point where it can ho deflected to the
Bnuth of Gatesville, and tho future route
will bo decided by tho action of the town
Work will be resumed as soon as the above
questiou is settled.
Hon. T. W. Halliday, who has been in
New York attending tho bankers conven
tion, went from thero to Matha's Vineyard
and paid Captain W. P. Holiday's fam
ily a short visit and is now on his way
The first bale of cotton leceived at
Louisville was sold at tho board of trade
Thursday for 1)0 cents per pound; class mid
dling. It came from Wetumpka, Ala., to
Trabue, Davis . Co., L'niisvillo, and was
sold to J. P. Farwood & Co.
The Prohibitionists at Chicago have
adopted a platform demanding the aboli
tion of a licensed sale of liquors, the aboli
tion of polygamy, tho enfranchisement of
women and tne election of officers by the
people, as far as is possible, iu place of so
A dispatch trmu Brownsville, Texas,
under date of August 2lth siys: "Sixty
two new eases were reported to-day; two
deaths. Twenty-five quarantine guards
were sworn in to day at the custom home
to aid iu confining the yellow fever to its
present district. Three cases of fever de
veloped in Fort Brown. The troops are
scattering into camps near by. In Mats
moras there were 8 deaths and few new
cases. Tin- weather is clear."
At the meetiug of the state board of
equalization Wednesday, Mr. Scott offered a
resolution tint in the opinion of the board
the real and personal property of the state
is assessed at 50 per cent, of its cash value
for tin-year 18S2. Tho resolution was ma le
the special order for Wednesday ot next
week. If the resolution, after thorough in
vestigation by the board is adopted, then
the value of Alexander county's property is
just f 4,378,003.
Siuce Dixon Springs has been taken
in charge by Mr. Lemen and thoroughly
overhauled, Cairoitos lost all interest in
Saratoga, and Coney island and they will not
be at all interested iu the fact that at the
latter place extensivo changes are to be
made next Summer by the Manhattan Beach
company, by which the extensive marshes
which occupy so much of tho Island near
Manhattan are to be reclaimed and trans
formed into drives, studded with cottages.
The completion of Captain John Hodge's
Unity Springs will also very seriously affect
some of the eastern watering places, "and
don't you forget it."
Articles of association of the Paducah
and Chicago Railway company were tiled
at Springfield Ills. Thursday. It is pro
posed to construct a railroad from the
Ohio river at Brooklio, Massac county, by
way of Big Bay, Golconda and Rock Quary
ou the Ohio River in Pope county ; Illinois
Furnace, Martha Furnace, in Hardin coun
ty, 111. Tho capital stock is $3,000,000,
and the first board of directors sre Georg
S. Wilkes, Jsh.-z M. Woodward, Thomas
S. Ridgeway, Robert Reid, Edward C. El
liott aiwl Frederick S. Myers. Principle
business office in New York and an office
also in Shawneetown.
Seven boys were arrested by Chief
Myers j i nt. nlay for persistant!?, and in
spite of his frequent warnings, goiug in
swimming in the Ohio river, near tho stone
depot, during tho daytime. When arre.st.
ed all gave ficticious uam.es and thereby
only mailt; tlm chief more determined to
jive them the full extent of the law. They
were tried ami convicted in Magistrate
Comings' court and each fined ten dollars
and cost? failing to pay which they were
sent to jail for eleven days. The young
fellows had willfully set tho law against
indecent exposure of person of defiance to
mut-.'i to tin dimmst of the public and
their punishment was well deserved.
The Mississippi river is doing much
damage to the farm of Mr. M. DuGolder at
Clear Creek. Acre after acre has been wash
ed away iu quick succession, and Mr. Do
Geltler has been compelled to move his
house two or three times in ordor to save
it from falling into the river. But while
tint river is taking away tho land at that
point ii is depositing it just above Xuiro, in
front of Mr. Thorn is Porter's place. It is
forming a sand bar at this pmnt which
extends from tho shore out in the river a
long di I nice and serves as a protection to
tho bank at that point and below, which,
in former years, was subject to severe
abrasions from thu river. As yet tho bar
does not interfere with navigation, but
there is wo telling how booh it may do bo.
The Keiituekian V. B. Duvall, who
was drunk and disorderly in this city
Wednesday night, was fined six dollars and
costB by Magistrate Comings yesterday.
John Stockton was fined ono dollar and
costs in the same court for iliunkoneHs.
Duvall said he was a lawyer, having prac
ticed a number of years iu Alabama.
That he came here Monday with fifty dol
1 !.. I ' . l i I 1 I ...
oirs in ins pocKcr. mm nan "lost every
cent of it within tho throe days of his stay
hero. Tho court thought that Mr. Duvall
must havo been paying very high for
lioard dining his Htay here. Mr. Duvall
replied that he had met with bad luck
But the court differed with him, believing
that bad bciisii rather than bad luck was
what bad ailed Mr. Duvall -bad sense to
an extent entirely unpardonable in it man
who claimed to bo as smart as Mr. Duvall
did. The court thought that Mr. Duvall
had sinned deliberately ami with his eyes
open and therefore refused to grant a Btay
ot execution, fltockton was a young man
from Muldon, Mo., who had emtio here,
artuod with a twenty dollar bill and a deter
mination to "take in tho town." Re proved
that money can be made to take wings
unto itself with but littlo effort. In two
days all but three of his twenty dollars was
gone, and ho found himself in jail. He
was given a stay of execution and left town.
Tho Greeubackers of tho Fifty-first
Senatorial district met in New Burnside,
Johnson county, Tuesday, mid nominated
Mr. Geo. W. Etidicott, a well to do fruit
grower of Pulaski county as a candidate
for Representative. No nomination was
made for senator, but it was agreed that if
the Democratic convention which met at
Mound City Wednesday nominated but
one candidate for representative tho
Greenback soatorial committee, would in
dorse tho Democratic tiomineo for senator
the D'-inooratic committe would agree to
divide the vote of their party with the
Greenback ois for representative. But the
DeuiK-ratic convention refused to fuse,
ami Mr. Endicott announces that a straight
(iieeubacker will be place 1 in tho field
The refusal of the Democrats of the
Fifty first senatorial district to accept the
offer of tho Greenbackers, to fuse with
them, was probably dictated by wisdom.
Had tho Democrats consented to do so
they would have been no more apt to win
the race than they are now. Tho Repub
lican majority of tho district, at tho election
of 18S0, was 701; the Greenback vote was
but 0il, difference or 13.1 in favor of the
Republicans. The fusion ticket might
have commanded the 'upport of all the
Greenbackers, but it would also have dis
gusted a number of good Democrats and
Republicans who will give the Democratic
ticket a hearty support. The corrupt
bargain by which the Hon. Daniel Hogan
obtained the nomination is a steuch in tin
nostrils of many good Republicans ot the
Fifty-first district, and they will support
Mr. Yoiingblood who was honestly nomi
nated, and who stands head and shoulders
above Mr. Hogan in point of ability.
J. H. Barton, that wide awake fiery
Republican (?) newspaper man, has started
a weekly independent paper in Carterville,
Ills. The paper is a seven column folio
and, as may be expected, is ono of the
neatest and li vilest sheets iu this part of
the state. Barton generally takes or gives
the whole hog or nothing, and there is
nothing 'alf and 'alf about the
Carterville Enterprise. Typograp
hically, and as a newspaper in a
srict sense of the word it is everything,
politically, it is nothing, being independ
ent. Barton has evidently become dis
gusted with politics, by reason of tho fla
grant corruption practiced even in the pet
ty councils in this district, or he feels that
the Republican defea'. in November is cer
tain, and has concluded to save himself
from both dishonor aud defeat. Barton is
a sensible man and a hater of political
trickery, therefore lie cannot be a good Re
publican, he would rather be honestly in
dependent than dishonestly Republican.
We hope he may succeed in every way.
The Bloomington Bulletin suggeits
that the D- iiioer ttic convention at Spring-fii-ld
on the 7-h proximo nominate Hon.
Mfred OrenilortV, of Spiingti I, ns a can
didate for state treasurer. The Bulletin
says of him: "In Major Orendorff, the
Demonats may find all the qualities so
sH'-iitial at this time to a successful cau-
lidacy on the Democratic ticket. He iB a
young man of marked ability. Asa pub
lic speaker he has few superiors. He is
more widely known in Illinois than any
Democrat of his years. In every county in
tin-state he has personal friends, who take
a personal interest iu his candidacy and la
bor for his success. Ho is the only Demo
crat we know who can hold all the Demo
crats from Gen. Smith and win Republican
votes from that popular gentleman. He
would make an active canvass. We have
a decided impression, amounting almost
to a belief, that he could be elected. In
our opinion Major Orendorff is the man
who should be tnado the Democratic car.
didatefor treasurer." A number of thu
leading Democratic papers of the fit tie,
have, endorsed tho suggestion of the B. B.
mid senile ol the leading R-publican papers
have spoken very kindly of Mr. Orendorff.
Mr. Orendorff is a Gorman and uneducated
gentleman whoso candidacy wotil 1 bo sat
isfactory to the Democracy of this cud of
tho state. If wo can't have a southeiu Illi
From tables "A" and "B" of tho
statement of property assessed for tho year
1882 in the several counties in this state, as
returned to the auditor's office, and compiled
for the use of tho State Board of
Equalization, now iu session at Springfield,
it appears that Alexander county has prop
ttrty us follows: 1,233 horse, valued at $30,
500; 2,333 cattle, valued at $20,809; 750
mules and asses, valued at $25,780; 078
sheep, valued at $091 ; 3,411 hogs, valued
at $3,501 ; -10 engines aud boilers, valued at
$11,180; 71 safes, valued at $2,070; 10
billiards, etc., tables, valued at $933; 005
carriages and wagon, valued at $17,100;
787 watches ami clocks, valued at $5,810;
584 sewing and knitting machines, valued
at $5,740; 133 pianos, valued at $10,335;
31 melodious, valued at $853; one franchise,
valued at $10; 27 steamboats aud sailing
vessels, valued at $32,140. Tho total value
of thu personal property thus enumerated
is $170,977. The valuation of all personal
property not enumerated, such as ruer
chaudise, manufactured articles, tools, gold
ami silvor waic, diamonds and jowlory,
money and credit of banks, bonds and
stocks, snares of capital stocks of compa
nies not of this state, pawnbrokers prop
erty, bridge property, property of saloons
ami eating houses, household and office
properly, grain, and investment in real es
tate, and all other jiroperty, is $481,003.
The valuation of lauds and lots in this
county, a valuation of which was published
by Tub Bulletin some time ago, is $1,
057,008, and the total value of all the
property a-sessod ij the county is $2,130,
O'H. SALOON keepers; NOTICE.
You und nil others are hereby notified
not to give or sell toiny husband, Thomas
Stack, any kind of intoxicating liquors.
Any one disregarding this notice will be
prosecuted to the full extent of tho law.
Kor thu Cairo HiiIIbUu.
CHRONICLES OF 1882.
( HAI'TEK III.
And now in the 7th of the month of the
then current year there assembled together
at tho great city which is called Mounds,
the men whom our lord Daniel had secured,
and after much talk, Joseph, who is called
"Fatty," was called to preside over the coun
sel of men whom my Loid Daniel had
brought, and alter much palaver, some ot
the men that my Lord Daniel had bought
were selected to go to tho city of Cairo
.vhich is the gn at city of Egypt, and cast
the vote of the men whom my Lord Dan
iel had bought, for Young, who is callod
Judge, that he might go to the city of
Washington to lay plans for his next elec
tion, and get many sheckles from our good
L'ucle Samuel. But my Lord Daniel be-,
mg very cunning, privately instructed Ihe
men he had bought, aud sent them to the
,'reat city of Cairo, that before the meeting
iu the gTtatcity of Cairo.that Young whose
name is Judge would sure deliver the
county of Williamson to him, my
Lord Daniel, and that therefore, th-y
need not heed thoso public
instruction but could soil out to the highest
bidder, and there was the fourth fraud worse
than the other three. S ) endi.-th the third
chbpter of tho book of chronicles.
( llAl'lRH IV.
And now on the 13th of the 7th month
of the then current year, there assembled
at Cairo, Hie great city of Egypt, many
men of Egypt, and among them the men
that my Lord Daniel bail bought; some
with meal; some with bacon, and some
with hard tack. One of the leaders of the
men of my Lord Daniel, that was
from Pulaski was one Patrick the
farmer. Now Patrick hvi been
influenced by cheap land. Now Patrick
honestly tried to carry out the iiisttuction
that the men of Pulaski, which my Lord
Daniel ha.! bought, gave to turn, and a
score of other men that were with him in
the city of Cairo, the great city of all
Egypt, but the other m-.u to the number of
four had their thumbs to their noses
and cried out : "We have found a better
customer one Damron; who his mote
shekels of gold and shekels of silver; more
Ixmds and bank credit than Young the
Judge, and he also wants togo to Washing
ton. As for Young who is called Judge, lie
shall not goto the great city of Washing-
in-'ton. but sha return to Williamson a
poorer if not a wiser man."
And, there were yet other men who as
pired to go to the great rity of Washington,
but they had neither gold nor silver, nor
bonds, nor bank credits, and the men of
Egvpt that were gathered at Cairo with the
men from Pulaski that my Lord Daniel
had bought, stuck their tongues in their
cheeks anil made mouths at them, and
told them they would have none of them
and they went their way in sorrow and grief
And thero was yet another great captain
whoso sirnaine was Thomas. Now this great
captain had dwelt many days at tho great
city which is called Washington, and had
drawn many shekleaof gold and of sil
ver from our uncle Samuel and bad Isid
well his plans to be returned to the great
city again. Tho men of Egypt that wme
gathered at Cairo with tho men from Pu
laski that my Lord Daniel had bought,
were very cunning. As soon as a mans
money was gone they dropped him until
only two remained, that is Damron, tho
Judge, and the captain ttirnamod Thomas.
And then tho battle began with success
just in reach of Damron. A few dollars more
and he will suiely go to tho great city
called Washington. In the next hour victo
ry seems to hover over the banner of the cap
tain and his exhausted champions must
havca few more sheklca. Thus through day
and sleepless nights victoiy hung, first w ith
ono side, and then with the other, until
Damron. who is the judge, dropped out
and returned to Johnson in the land of
Egypt, pale, haggard, only tho ghost of
what he was, bis sheckles of gold and
silver, his bond and batik credit gone with
none to pity, how bard tho fate, none can
toll but him that has been through tho
The captain whoso sirniuno is Thomas
returned to the great city, but not yet vie
torious. Shall I not tell in another chap
ter why the captiin whoso sirname is Thorn
as, is not certain of rem lining in tho great
city which iB called Washington. So end
eth tho fourth chapter of this book.
CI! Al'TEH IV.
The readers of this chron
iclo will excuse the digression iu the last
chapter as it was necessary to show the
great talents of Lord Daniel who is the scribe
Now tho tribes that were bought by Lord
Jaolol are as follows: Tho tribe of the
Palo Faces numbering about 1,500 souls,
men, women and children, about 800 of
whom aro entitled to the
privilege of assembling before
falling of tho snow to ratify by Iheir voices,
and vote tor the choice made by the men
that Lord Daniel bought, some with n peck
if corn meal, some with a pound of pickled
pork, some with aquait of sorghum, some
with gold and silver and soma with cheap
farms. Then the tribe of H un with fact-8
not so pale, to the number ot 4,000, all
told, 800 of the number were men and
mostly bought by Lord Duiiel with meal,
pork or molassiM. The shekels of yold
and cheap farms going to the tribe of the
pale faces. Now the ii-inie of the combined
tribes that Lord Daniel bought in Pulaski,
in Egypt, is R"publicans. Eleven hundred
men of warthat my Lord Daniel bough,
valiant and brave Btau 1, before Lord
Daniel ami bis host.
Yet there are other tribes in Puloidii, in
the Und of Egypt. They, too, uro a pale-
faced tribe, an J their name is Democrats.
Now this tribe of Democrats, number about
800 fighting ineu bei-ideg women und chil-
Iren, and now these 800 men of thu tribe of
Democrats have not sold themselves to Lord
Daniel, but are willing to make war on Lord
Daniel and fight valiantly for the delivery
of the land of Pulaski iu Egypt, but now
shall 800 go up to ,.kttlo against 1,100?
Why it is vain unle.s tho pale
faced tribe wuose name is Repub
licans shall coiiie up so I hetp tlii-in. Then
shall Lord Dnncl no longer be called
"bird Daniel," nor shall his aim mu be
sc.iibe, but stiippit.) of ail, ho shillbe
called "Dan" for short. As f'r the tribe of
Ham they aro sold to Lord Daniel, budy
and soul, indeed, their tioruial condition is
strong, and they are much happier when
they have a master. Then let Hu m tln ut,
"All hail Lord Daniel." If the tribe of the
pale faces shall j iin their host and go up
to battle together, then shall they be free
from the dominion of Iord Daniel and tho
sons of Ham shall be free in spite id' them
selves, for Lord Dauiol who U the scribe,
Joseph, called "Fatly," and Bob who is
called "Old Pomposity, shall be driven from
Pulaski in the land of Egypt and slr.li no
longer bo heard of in tliat laud. And inw ,
oh Daniel! tho writer of these chronicle
wishes to become scribe unto the people of
Pulaski wnich is in the laud of Egypt, there
fore he wishes to borrow for the race much
goht-and silver to tho amount of $500; he
alio wishes to go to the next centennial, say
$500; then the cost of living the next
eight y-irs say f 1,000 -per year
$8,000 he wants to have a thousand
dollars by hiai for a friend in need
also to soii-1 his family to thu White imuu
taiusduring yellow fever; then near the end
of his term go to Washington us an appli
cant for the position of collector of our uncle
Samuels' money in Egypt ; tfu-n at the cud of
his term he wants to have on livid from fif
teen to twenty thousand dollars for his old
age. And now, oh my Lord Daniel how cu
this be done on a salary of$:M)) nine hun
dred dollars peryear.all told 7,200? An early
ansA-er to the above will very much oblige
the writer of these chronicles and one who
very much wishes to be scribe unto the peo
ple of Pulaski which is in the laud ot
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