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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 18S0.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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won, both h to rate of charts and nianutr oi
U the public are at all tiinca acceptable. Htji"
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COVNTY.
b. J . II. Batkh, Ncwupaper AdvertWng Acut,
41 Park Row iTImea Buildlnc), New York. l an
thonted to contract for advertincmenta In Hie
BinxiTix, at our best rati1.
That is a rather free and easy reading of
the Monroe doctrine which says to the ship
ping of the world, or such of it as would
pass from the. Atlantic to the Fneific,
"Double Capo Horn or be damned by Mr.
Ilayes, of Fremont, and the American
Sherman's friends aro not strong or en
thusiastic. They do no legging, risk no
money. This incident is told in a dispatch
from Washington: "Tom Young said to
. night that Sherman would have the forty-
four votes of Ohio at tho Chicago conven
tion. ; Said one in whose presence he made
' the statement : '1 will bet $100 he won't.'
Well, I never bet,' said Young, as he stt p
Tiv.tiy . three congri-suji districts
y K'.fl'iriinom, not, .uuted by rtetytltUiraiis
in which, if the Democrats do their duty
next November, these Republicans will be
defeated and a gain of three Democrats
undo in tho Illinois congressional delega
tion. These districts are now represented
bj lljyd, of tho Ninth; Marsh, of the
Tenth; and Thomas, of the Eighteenth.
The majorities to overcome: Boyd's 741,
March 570, Thomas' CI 3. A change of 5
per cent, in favor of the Democrats would
do the work. Will the Democrats of these
3i?trict do their duty when the proper
The John M. Palmer campaign club
was fully organized in Springfield Tuesday
tiijht, by the election of llou. C. C. Brown
president, and II. H. (.Hidden secretary.
There was also chosen a loug list of vice
presidents and committees, embracing most
of the active Democrats of the city and
county. Speeches were made by Hons. C.
C Brown, James W. Putton, A. X. J. Crook,
James A. Coughton, and John C. Snigg.
The signatures on the club number two
Lundred and four. About forty letters
have been received from various parts of
tho state expressing sympathy with the
movement, but the club adjourned before
these were read. The movement seems
likelj to be effective in the state.
Thb Citizens' Protective association of
San Francisco, otherwise known as the
vigilance committee, has issued a manifesto
declaring that the objects which it has in
view are the preservation ot peace, the pro
tection of life and property, the restoration
of confidence, and the revival of legitimate
commerce, industry, and business; that the
time has come when the manhood
if San Francisco should be asserted,
and that all good citizens who
agree with it and approve its purposes
re invited to join themselves to the organ
ization by signing tho roll. Thousands of
names have already been attached to the
paper. Dennis Kearney, rightly interpret
in the movement as boding no good to
himself, has turned his home into an uracil
l. lie denounces tho members of the.
vigilance committee as assassins, and warns
all his followers to note well tho men who
give it their support.
At lust the Grant organs are beginning
to say hard things about Washburne whom
, thej have all along regarded at Iriendly to
the boom. The Oraut crowd are so intoler
ant they have come to think that their man
ii the only one who hat a right to seek for
the Domination. For instance the Burling
in Hawkeye, a Radical Grant organ gets
mad and talks in this way about Mr. Wosh
burno: "At last E. B. Washburno bus put
himself before the country as un aspirant
for the nomination as a can
didate for the presidency. And
this is Ids friendship for
General Grant. Wo have suspected nil
along the real purpose of the man, but we
were hardly prepared lor so formal an an
nouncement of it tis'appears in tho cam
paign biography ot Washburno prepared
by Howard Carroll and copied into tho
Chicago Tribune of last Saturday. Such
publications don't como by nccidon and in
this case every persou will understand that
Carroll's biography is Washburne's formal
announcement of bis candidacy for the
Chicago nomination. Now, we do not
question Washburne's right to he
... . 11 a
ft candidate against Uciicrai urum
or any other man; but wo do protest
against his further practice of the false
pretense of being par exellence, the friend
of tho man against whom he is now trying
to orgauizo defeat. If he expects by
playing tho false friend to carry the true
friends of General Grant over to hie
own camp, he will tiud himself mis
taken. False friendship won't commend
a man to favor to any great extent. The
American people like frankness and fair
play. They will not take kindly to this
new phase of Washburne's ambition. His
leading organ is the Chicago Tribune, and
it is Gen. Grant's relentless foe. Wash
burno daily consorts with the editor of that
paper, and thus gives countenance to its at
tacks on General Grant; and we are glad to
have the case put in different shape by the
publication of the biographical announce
ment ot AVashburne'8 candidacy. We
know that he means to defeat General
Grant and nominate lnmsclt if he can; but
he will find that lie can't do it."
"Few ok the Ills op Like" are more
nrcvalent and distressim? than bilious dis
orders. The symptoms are low spirits.
want ot energy, restlessness neauacne, no
appetite, sallow skin, costiveness and other
iiihiu'TitH whirli show tho liver is in the
proper way to do it i9 to use "Dr. Sway tie's
Tar and Sarasparilla Pills." Their effect
on the liver and blood is wonderful, re
moving pimples and all eruptions, leaving
the complexion fair and fresh as in youth.
nice so cents a box ot thirty mis, or uve
boxes for Si. 00. Sent bv mail on receiot
of price, by Dr. Swayuo Son, 31)0 North
Sixth street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
FITZ JOHN PORTER'S CASE.
Messrs. Lojran and Carpenter uttered no
protest when Hayes appointed the military
commission to rehear Porter's case. They
tiHv iivcr ttmt Hurl's JifKl no 1'iL'bt to i ?
point sucli a commission, ami trie w!iue
tenor of their speeches shows that they ami
their party have been reserving their thun
der until now, when the campaign is aliout
opening, so as to work up the Union-soldier
business and try and demonstrate Porter to
be a "traitor." Several narratives put out
recently by professional Republican liars
aliout Porter have been promptly demol
ished, and neither Logan no Carpenter has
made any strong point against the general
who is declared by the Hayes commission
to have "saved the Union army from disas
ter." Mr. Hayes, as commander-in-chief of
the army, has a perfect legal right to sum
mon a commission for any business he
chooses. In calling togother the commis
sion of 1878, he conceded that Porter had
a right to have a rehearing of bis case.
Mothers! Mothkks!! Muthfiis!!'
Are you disturbed at night and broken of
jnu ira a bh a. tuiui suiieiiiig aim cry
ing from the excruciating pains of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once ami get a bottle
of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve tne poor little suHcrer immeilmtly
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a lnothor on (.rtb
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and rive rest to tho mother, and relief iiml
health to the child, operating like magic.
it is perfectly sale to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one ot the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Sold everywhere. Twenty-live t ents a bot
tle. REFUNDING THE DEBT.
Sew York lliraltl.
It is possible that Mr. Wood may be
mistaken in supoosiu'r that a !5. tier cent.
loan can be negotiated. But the portion
is not so obviously absurd and impossible
as to justify the rejection without inquiry.
There is a great deal to be said in its favor.
a great ileal was sum, and well said, in its
favor in the really able speech of its author.
ii ms reasoning can be refuted by better
equipped financiers let it be done, but n
refusal to listen is no refutation.
NonnsQ can exceed the folly and stupid
ity tit those who submit to tha mines of tho
various forms and complications of rheu
matism ami gout, by winch they are tortur
ed and disabled, when thev can. bv imp ir
two applications of Giles' Liniment Iodide
Ammonia, obtain instantaneous and perma
Gh.es' I'u.i.s cures headache. Sold by
all druggists. Send for pamphlet. Dr
Giles, k'l) West Broadway, N.Y. Trial
SllKEWDNKSS AND AllIMTY Hop Bittt'lS
so freely advertised in all tho papers, secu
lar and religious, are having a laige sale,
ami are supplanting all other medicines.
There is no denying the virtues of the Hop
plant, and tho proprietors of these Bitters
have shown great nhrewdness hiuI ability
in compounding a Bitters, whose virtues are
so palpable to everyone's observation.
Examiner and Chronicle.
Cartku'i Little Liver rills are uulike nil
other pilla. No purging or pain. Act
specially on the liver or bile. Oue pill
45 YEARS BEFORE THE I'UBLIC.
lhi. C. McLANFAS
firn not rceommended as a n medv "tor all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of tho Liver, and all Billions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases tit that character, they stand with
out a rival.
A Q UK AND FEVKK.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuiue are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLaxk's Liver Piix.
Each wrapper bears the nignrtures of C.
McLank and Fleming Bros.
I-" Insist upon having the geuuino Dr.
C. McLank's Liver Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMO BROS., Pittsburgh, Ta.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
THE WEEKLY BI LLETIN.
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FORTY KKi 1IT COLl' M NS
rmiusiiE) ox jioxbay
FORTY -EIGHT COLVMNS
82.00 Per Animm
$1.50 to ClnW 1 Five and Tpwardt
Ml'TL'AL All) BOCIKTY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
MuiU.L Aid Society,
Organized July 14th, 1S77, Under the
Laws ot the State of Illinois.
Copprighted July l, 1877, uudtr
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM hTUATTUN. I'lir.siUKNT.
Mit. A. 1' TAYLOR,
J. A. (iuLOSTINE,
lm.J. J. GORDON,
THOMAS LEWIS, -
llOAIil) OK MANAGERS:
.I.J. GORDON, l'hvsiciun Cairo,
Mr. A. f. TAYLOR, SujitrilittnUiut of
hiliutilK, Ali-XHtidir ( uuulv "
J. A. GOLUMTNK. orduklniu- ft !((.-
euttiitrr. )iiiltle mid IteUII IkuliTu
in Stapli' and Kbiu v liry tiuutU '
N. B. TlllsTLEWliOIt, 01' Hlukle
Tmittk'Mtiiiil, Cuiiiiu!iiiu Mm-liMitc,
t ottuli L'l TuliKiTH Factor '
S. 1. AYhES, ot Ayrct X Co., Couini;n-
THOMAS LEWIS, lunuraiice Mauiimr
mill Alfnnicv lit i.uw u "
W.M. STRATTwN of Mruttnu Jt Dml
GEO. M. ALOES, Colnn;ciiU -Mi'r-
I'Uatit. 78 Ohio l.fvet' '
JAS. S. KKARHEN, Afclit M i-nrniii-i
al.rv TraiiMHirtatiuii t onr.iuuy "
C1IAS. R. SV IT A Iff. YVIioli'mic Mid Re
tail Drr GoolIh hiuI Siitiotiii "
EDWARD A. Hl'DER. Muuulai turit l-
Jvttlrr ami W lioliaic dealt r iu Watt U
niakvn'a 'J'uol ami Material '
CHARLES LANCASTER, Li.tHt.-tir A
Rice, LnnituT Dealer
C O. I'ATIER. C. U l'atitr & Co,
Wlinle-ale and Retail Merctiuiita "
Key. V.Y.gEoRgE, 1'aMor Free iiyitriau
,1. C. WHl'l E, luiurai.ce Apt Lt.... '
G. W Mi KKAIG. ro.tiiiaMtr -
. I". WHEELER, AitorLeyaud Ct'.itife:
or at Law "
Mk. l.Ol lSA HMUIACK....
UCAR UAYT1I RN, Wboli-aale anl
Relail Kmila' Milieu and Drv liooii" .. "
A J. HI 1111, MercbaLt aud Meauil.nat
WILLIAM KI.l I.E. General Mercb'd e " '
V. G. SCHL'U, Wuleaie aud Ket.u
J.T liENNIE. Foundiy uud .Mucliiuift
Mii. L. A llnWAK!. llnaruitc l!lue..
W. K. 1'lTt HEII. Inmrnliee Airel.t
A. I1AL1.EY, Dealer in Movtc Til mliI
E. W. GREEN. Green, Wood A DeLtt tt
II K. H'TTER. tditur anl Hiibin-her
Ari!iia-.fouri:al Mmiuil City,
Mn. A AYE RS illa R:di;i-.
A. J. 1 KEN t II, Knrmer U:rd J'o.ut
JTLD'ATIoN IVH PARDON.
J'nliiic lidtire in hf rehy iriveii, that 'on Friday, t li c
'JStti (lav of Man b A D InVi. an aiiplicatL'li
lie tnude to Hi Excelenev. Hen S. M. Cv.llom.
Governor ol tlie Mate of lllicol. for the tianlim of
one Frank Rannotn. ho ta convicted of the crime
f vrratid larceny at the SeWrrulicr term. A. D Ici'i.
of the A i'Xiu.der County t Ircult Court: a' whkh
time and liiaee a.l l't r-iii lntereMed. mav apiiear
anil rerirt iatt! aiitilicatiun if thev ee f t to do o.
rn.v . r. u "ii.v'.',.
I'll hehii.'f of ai.t Hank Raiirom.
i ..,.4 itcii j , lil., lint 4tti i'.uv of Mnrrli A D.
berea. Hulroinf Murray ar.d .lane Mtirruy. h:
w .fe. of the County of Alexander and Mate ot' llli
i.om. t y their certain mortgage d' eii dated the
'1 wentietb tlajr ot January A. D. is'',, ami tluly re-(ortit-d
ill tj oltice ot the recorder of deed of
Alexander County, Ill'.noif. iu honk "Z ' of aie
iiionuaite tiu pajre :iO". did fratit. harfain. ell. re
!uie. alien, and convey unto u. the undi rii:lit d.
David T. Lint-car ami John II Mulkev. a niortira
eel . the land and (irt iini-e hereinafter tl ritied.
to "ecure the pat nieiit of one crlaiu pronmo-orv
mile of even date, therewith executed by the (.aid
llolcome Murray and the aid lane Murray to u.
the faid David T. Lineca' atul the anl John II
Mulkev. for the utiin of one h tindred dollars, pay
able ninety day- after date, with interen at the rate
ot ten per cent, per annum, from date until paid,
und p'iriicularly deciitied in i-aid niurtL'atre need:
and, ubereu. there now due and unpaid on ;i:ii
note the uni ot tlfty dollars with iaterent then-on
from the date of -aid note: now. therelnre. default
haviuj 1" en made in the payment of aid note and
inO Tet thereon, public notice I burebv tiven that
iu piiruanee of 'he provicion of raid monetise
deed, and liv v.rtue of the power and authority
granted to II in and liv the auie. we hall on the
loth day of April. A. D.. lro. ut la o'clock in ;he
forinion of that day. at the front dour of the court
huiin- iu the t it of Cairo, County of Alexander
and Mute of Illilioi. ell at public am turn, tu t bi
ll it he-1 bidder for euh. the premlfe de, ribed in
aul luortL'aL'e deed a the north hall i', of the
north Mci-i i'4 ; ol ei tioii thirty-one i :il i in toMio-bip
mxteen iliii raiiiTe one ill we't, except forty i4"'
acreii offof the eat tnd of raid north half ('.,'. situ
ated in the County of Alexander aril Matt-"of llli
nolo, and all r . 1 1 1 and eiiuity of redemption ol the
Haiti llolcome Murray ami the aid Jaue Murray hi
wile, the.r tii'ii and ualin therein.
DAVIDT. L1SEGARJL JOHN II MFLKHY.
Dattdat Cairo. III., tbi the r.lh (lav ol March.
A. D.. ls.
W'herea. hy a certain ult- mort'.'nse. brarinu
date the Fifteenth day of Anutint A. D.. ISM and
recorded in the Recorder' office of Alexander
Countv. Iu the Mate of lllinoi, in volume "4" of
deed, on pn.'c 4N.'. Dane rarubakcr and Ell.t
A Farnbaker. hl wile, did convet to the under
"Ik'iied. the follow Inu described reiil eatute. ltua!e
In the County of Alexander. State of Illilioi". ti
wit: Lot numbered elulit (Si Iu liiork utiniberrd
four in Iu tae City of tairo. accorilini; 10 the re
curiled map or pliit of "itldcttv: which aid con
vejam e wa In iuortk'ai;e to aecuie the payment
at maturity of certaiu proiiii"orv note therein
inen: .oiied ; upon the lat of vthlih proitio-ory
note- there now. remain due and pioable the "tiiii
of T wiiiity-lhe hundred dollar, with ten per cei t.
Inti ret per Biintini thereou from the Fifteenth day
of Aucui-t. A. D , lh?7.
Sow. therefore, notice I hereby civen that under
and by virtue and In pumuimce of the term anil
condition of aid mlt; tnortjjune, I, the utiderli:u
etl, will tin
MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF Af'RIL, At).
at the hour of two o'clock p. m .of that (lav, at 1 he
Court Hot'e door, In tint City of Cairo, Alexander
County, Illlnoln. cell the real etati above dcrcrl li
ed, at public vendue to the hie,hct bidder for rah.
in band, and will execute to the iurchaer a deed
tbcreror RdHEKT H Cl'SMNGllAM.
Cairo. Ill . March M. 1SMI lortk'ii)iee.
Green Gilbert. Attorney
ALL S0KTS, SIZES AM) STYLES,
Manhlacttirer of and Dunler luAlxo
TIN, COPPEIUt SHEET-IKON WA11E.
PPAU. B.INUR PP JOB WUIIK MINI TO OltllltA
NO. 27, KIOUTII STHKKT,
CAIRO, t !L,LilNOltt
'UN I T 3 D
him ASSURANCE SOCIETY
TONTINES AND ALL OTJIEU POPULAR FORMS OF
POLIC IES ISSUED.
PLUS Over SKVKN MILLION DOLLARS
(No f'reniium Note )
All Pt.licts Iuctitcstable After
INCREASE OF ASSETS
A O ENTS
K. A. 1JUKNETT. Acnt,
The (irt'.it Carriage 3Ianufarturiiic House of the World.
Top J3ugc:ie.s. and Phaetons.
IJot iimttriiil, "iio.l wtirkuiauhhip, hMnL-oino stylfs, htrcnf; imil
tlarubic vtliii'Ies lu tvt iy re.-pttt.
Manufactnrea hy EMEIIS0X, FJS1IEK A: CO., arc now in use
in overy i-ai t of the American Continent.
They give unfailing nutitfaction. All their work is warranteJ, They imvc received
testimtniiiils from till jutrta ot tlie country of purjiort similur to the lollowing, hundreds
of which lire on file mlyect to insjiection: '
Mer Emkumin l-'ifHF.K ,V Co : Gai.va, ti.i.a., July IB. 1HT!I.
1 have ued one of your Top Iiiifuii three year, and three of them two year In my livery tahlo,
and they have kivcu uie ierlect ratitlattlou and are iu conctaut ut;.t OSCAR bMALLKY.
Met. Cori'ot K A Johnson. : NrwiiKttnv. 8. C, July 17. IS'fl.
Dear Slf:--I have been uMtig the Knit'ron & FIMier Rncey I bought from you a rouchly 1 iii
ioe a uiiy one could. I had a lat hoi v, drove hint at full peeil, aomctimc witii two iirowu ladle and
iuyelf In tho liiii;t.'y, and it I to day or,h all the immey 1 paid lor it. 1 ay the Knieraon A Flber
HuKKtei! will do. A. M. TKAGL'K, Farmer.
The favtirtililc rejiutatinn the Curriiigea have made hi localiiks where they have been
used for Hcvenil years by Liverymen, Pliysiciatis, Farmers and dtliers requiring hard nnd
conbtaut uxc, Iui8 led to uu inct'eused demand from tho.se localities, to meet which tho
uiunufiicturiui; f'cilities of their niummotli estublifchuient have been extended, enabling
them wow to turn out iu good style,
360 Carriages a "Week.
EMERSON, FISHER & CO.'S
STA T E S .
Being in Force Three Years.
DURING YEAH I&79, OYER
O F Fl CK :
Corner Twelfth Street.
CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST