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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Most people consider a mortgage a curse.
Treacher Tal mage, however, declares that
they are a blessing. Talmage always did
Bee things different from anybody else.
TnoM.vs Caiuvle says' that England is
retrograding, and that she has no great
statesmen, and that her leaders are dema
gogues and charlatans. His 'opinion re
specting the Uuited Utates, however, ap
pears to have undergone a great change.
ITe now thinks the United States is des
tined, at no distant day, to become the
greatest power in the world.
The picture of Alaska without any court
of justice and without any government, has
at last touched the sympathies of Senator
Butler. He has introduced a bill providing
that territory with a government. The only
objection to the bill is that it provides for
too many offices. Perhaps, if one-half of
the number of offices were stricken out
there would still be enough lelt to satisfy
the demands of the Alaskans.
Real estate in New York is gradually
recovering from the depression from which
it has suffered for several years. The rents
of scores on Broadway have advanced from
ten to twenty per cent, and the rents of
dwelling houses, in nearly all parts of the
city, have increased about ten per cent. The
demand for real property is on the increase.
The boom which lias taken place in almost
everything else, seems, at last, to have
reached real estate.
That brave and skillful mariner, the sec
retary of the navy, is in trouble. Congress
passed a law authorizing him to fit up one
of the ships of the navy to carry supplies to
the starving people of Ireland. The secre
tary has his ship all ready,but unfortunately,
he has nothing which to load her. He is
waiting for somebody to furnish the sup
plies. Congress seems to have overlooked
this very important part of the matter.
Mh. William A. Haines, a member of
the old and wealthy dry goods firm of llul
stcd, Haines & Co., of New York, died at
Palatka, Florida, on last Friday. Mr.
Haines had been sick for some weeks and
had gone to Florida, hoping that the
ctoangc would benefit him. His life was
a very active and a very successful one. lie
leaves a large fortuue. Besides being a
man of rare business qualities, lie was well
versed in literary and scientific matters.
He was vice-president of the American
Museum of Natural History and a member
of tho Historical Society and the American
Geographical Society. He had many
friends iu this city, and was a brother-in-law
of John P. Stagg, of the Times, and of
Wra. F. Hulsey, of Messrs. Brown Bros.
TiiR suga tariff question does not appear
. to be disposed of yet, notwithstand
ing the vote of the committee on ways aud
means not to disturb the tariff at this ses
sion of congress. The sugar refiners and
importers are still hard at work trying to
effect their purpose ot getting some legisla
tion on sugar. They are now urging the
adoption of the Bobbins bill, which pro
vides for dividing imported sugar into
three grades. The bill embodies the ideas
which have been advanced by Secre
tary Sherman in two annual reports.
It is claimed that Louisana plant ;rs ought
to make uo opposition to this bill, for the
reason that it does not diminish, but slight'
ly increases, the tariff on sugar. The oppo.
sition of the planters to any change or
modification of the present laws iclative to
sugar, is based on the belief that a change
will result in & reduction of the tariff'. If
it can be shown, however, that the Bobbins
bill will not deprive the planters of any of
the protection which they now enjoy, it is
probablo that they will not oppose it.
General Butler has spent much of his
timo lately in Washington. He talks very
little about political matters and refuses
to say why he was not present at the
peace meeting held in Boston sometime
ago, when the two factions of the Demo
cratic party Massachusetts were united.
It is said, however, that Butler has not
been idle, but that lie has been planning
romake the Ereenback element a power
in the next presidential contest. It is said
that many of the Greenbackcrs are hope
ful that there will be five presidential
candidates in the field. They argue that
if Grant is nominated at Chicago there
will be a bolt iu the Republican party, and
that the bolters will run an independent
candidate. They also think that there will
be two Democratic candidates in the field
if Tilden is chosen at Cincinnati. The
Greenbackcrs then propose to run a candi
date of their own, or, if they can make an
alliance with the strongest of the factions,
they will make no nomination, but will en
dorse the candidates of their allies. In
this way they may secure some of the cabi
net positions and a share of the spoils, if
they happen to be successful.
Itchinh Piles Symptoms and Cure.
The symptoms are moisture, like perspira
tion, intense itching, increased by scratch
ing, very distressing particularly at night,
as if pin worms were crawling in and about
the rectum ; the private parts are some
times affected; it allowed to continue very
serious results may follow. Dr. Swayne's
All-Healing Ointment is a pleasant, sure
cure. Also for Tetter, Itch. Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Eryesipelas, Barbers Itch,
Blotches, all Scaly, Crusty, Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price 50 cents, 3 boxes $1 2o.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only' by Dr. Swayne &
Sen, 3:10 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists.
HON. W. R. MORRISON.
We call the attention of our readers in
this issue of the Democrat to an article
clipped from the St. Louis Times favoring
this distinguished gentleman for the Dem
ocratic nomination for president. In our
opinion there is a well defined boom now
apparent in the interest of thisdistinguishcd
congressman for the Democratic nomina
tion for the presidency, and it is significant
of much strength and durability. It is no
sudden outcropping of an iudustiously
worked up advertisement, but, on the con
trary, is a spontaneous development gradu
ally culminating into an influence that
must be recognized as a potent movement.
Mr. Morrison has a national reputation as
a consistent and honest Democrat, but be
ing our immediate representative in the
lower house of congress, we are presumed
to be more familiar with his merits utid,
knowing him as we do, we must say that
a better man caunot be found to lead the
party to victory. He combines in an emin
ent degree those qualities of head and hear
that fit him in the highest degree for the
executive office of the country. He is a
modest and unpretending gentleman of
large observation and experience ' in
public affairs, and while shrinking
from an ostentatious parade of his
claims to the highest office,
he possesses the nerve, independence and
houesty so necessary for the ruler of a great
people. 1 hroughout lus entire congres
sional career he iias exhibited at all times
that consciousness of the duties ot his of
fice that entitles him to plaudits from foes
and friends. Ringsters, jobbers and pecu
lators generally, have always found him to
be an uncompromising enemy, and of
course could make no pliant tool of him.
It is decidediy refreshing in these times
to witness the turning of public sentiment
in such a direction, and if the Democratic
convention should name him as tho hero of
the contest of 1880, here where he is known
and loved tor his virtues, he will sweep the
country in a grand rally for Democratic su
premency. The Morrison boom has depth,
breadth, and substantial foothold, and if his
friends will cling to him tenaciously, lie
will be nominated and elected.
The Ladies' Favorite. Among the
many thousands ot ladies who have used
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and pro
nounce it their favorite remedy, because so
efficient in the diseases and weaknesses pe
culiar to women, are many who are well
and favorably known in the world of let
ters, as well as artists, musicians, and a
whole host of names from the brilliant
ranks of wealth and lashion. It is pre
eminently the ladies' favorite Prescription,
its use, while being far more safe and effi
cient, exempting them from those painful,
caustic operations, and wearing of thoso
mechanical contrivances made like Peter
Pindar's razor -seller's razors to sell
rather than to cure,
Kili.mov.e, Ind., March 20th. 178.
D11. R. V. Pierce Dear Sir: Your Fa
vorite Prescription has restored mo to per
fect health. Yours truly,
122 Eutaw street, Baltimore, Md.,
June lO'.h. 1878. (
Dn. R.V. Pif.hok, Buffalo, N. Y. Dear
Sir: My wife was a hopeless invalid for
nearly SO yvnrs. Your Favoiite Prescrip
tion has cured her. 1 hankfullv yours,
R. t. McCay.
I u icy work Iooetiieh." When your
system gets out 01 tune and you leel com
pletely played out, it is pretty certain thnt
you need a medicino to act 011 both the kid
neys ami liver, for theso important organR
work together in freeing tho system of its
waste, and keeping up tho tone. Then
take Kidney -Wort, for this is just what it
does, lor it 11 both diuretic and cathartic
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 1880.
AN ACTOR'S MOTHER
I remember a whuisical incident occurring
in a theater where the leading member of
the company was celebrated for his mag-'
nincent physique,, urns nignr. no was en
acting Virginius,'and his mother, who had
never been in a theater in all her life, hap
pened on this occasion to be in the boxes.
Fresh from her native Yorkshire village, it
will be readily imagined that she was some
what bewildered by the novelty of the scene.
When her son appeared, she was amazed
at the grandeur of Ids presence
in fleshings, sandals, and toga. His ap
pearance caused a great deal of enthusias
tic applause. When it had subsided the
proud mother, unable to restrain herself,
and to the astonishment of all around her,
said, "I'm so glad you like him. He's my
son.'" "Whereupon the mother immedi
ately became the centre of attraction, ai.d
one admirer exclaimed, "Madame, you may
well be proud of your son for he looks
godlike as a Roman." "Ah," sighed tho
poor old lady in reply, "I didn't want him
to be a Roman, He would ha?e looked
splendid as a 'policeman."
Many persons keep Carter's Little Liver
pills on hand and take them to prevent
bilious attacks, sick headache, etc., and find
them just what they need.
STRANGE USE FOR A GOLD CROSS.
That gold crosses are aften hollow is well
enough known, but, perhaps, few persons
have discovered what a French writer has
the use to which this vacant space is put
by English ladies. It is tilled, he says,
with cordial, or sherry, or brandy, for sip
pinff in public places, and thus the religious
symbol is made to administer to creature's
comfort. "This custom can be observed
nitrhtlv at the opera, where a charming
young English lady is in the habit of press
ing to her lips at the most pathetic passages
an enormous gold cross " If this story is
an invention, it is at least ingenious.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 10, 1880.
II. II. Warner & Co. Dear Sir: I
write to say that aftsr having taken your
Safe Pills and finding them all that is
claimed ior them in your circular, I cheer
fully recommend them as the best pills in
the market. Joseph Prather, 400 M. street
It is said of Sir Isaac Newton's nephew,
who was a clergymen, that he always refus
ed a marriage-fee, saying with much pleas-
nntry: "Go your way, poor children; I have
done you mischief enough already without
taking your money."
It was a Frenchman who
said that "a long aud careful
scrutiny of mankind had convinced
him that most men were mortal." Still we
are of one opinion that the frequent and
judicious use of Mott's Vegetable Liver
pills would tend to keep tne system in
good repair and prolong life beyond the
Pleasant Hill, Miss., July 5, 1879.
Messrs. Morgan it Alien,.".) John St., New
I pray God that you may be
spared many years to relieve
others as you have me and my child. I
have been taking medicine, almost daily,
for thirteen years with scarcely any benefit,
until the "Constitution Water" was brought
to mv notico. I have attended to my
household duties the past weak, for the first
time in three months, the past month was
the first month that I have ccaped my se
vere sick head-spells. I take great ph-Hs-ure
in recommending "Constitution Water"
to all my suffering friends. Very respect
fully, Mrs. M. A. States'.
Ask your druggist for it.
A Good IIousewikic The good house
wife, when she is giving her house its
spring renovating, shold bear in mind that
the dear inmates of her house are more
precious than many houses, and that their
system needs cleansing by purifying the
blood, regulating the stomach and bowels
to prevent and cure the diseases arising
from spring malaria and miasma, and she
must know that there is nothing that will
do it so perfectly and surely as Hop Bitters,
the purest and best of medicines. Concord
N. H. Patriot.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall.
Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon .'JO days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
45 YKAKS Bl'FOUK THE ITJILIC.
Dn. C. M( LANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, and all Billions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, nud Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they st.uid with
out a rival.
AG UK AND V KVEJt.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS,
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal 011 the lid
with the impression, McLvnk's Livkii Pill.
Each wrapper bears the signrtuies of C.
McLane ami Flemino linos.
J-iInsiht upon having the genuine I)R.
C. McLane'h Livi'.it Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMO IinOS,, I'lttsluugli, pa,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently hut same
Ilainliiirir American Tucket Comph n 'n
Weekly Line of Steamships
Leaving Nevf York every Tliurdny Hi p, M.
FOR. KNOLANl), FHANl'lt AM) MEHMANY.
TlcknU tn mid from Europe at lowoM Mien, Kor
liHKKiiiic ninily to r. It, KH HARn ,t CO., (ieticral
IWriiKcr Aifi'titu, 01 HnmiUiiy, Nvw yurk, or to
11. WELLS, Calru, lllf.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY ,
piKEKA! EURKKAI ,
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July 14th, 1877, Under the
Laws of the State f Illinois.
Copprighted July 9, 1877, undtr
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM BTKATTON, Phemuent.
Mn A. P. TAYLOR,
J. A. GOLIISTINK,
BOARD OK .MANAGERS:
J. J. GORDON. PhvolcUn Cuiro, UIh
Mr, A.P.TAYLOR. Superintendent of
Pcluul, Alexander t'uuntv " "
J. A.liOLUSTINE, of'tioldHine, & lioo-euwuti-r.
Wliolcmk' mid Retail Dealers
iu Staple and Funrv Dry Ootid " '
N. H. TIIISTLEWOOI), of lliiikle A
ThiKtlcwood. C'oinniiHBlou Muicbants,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor " '
S. D. AYUE.S, ol'Ayres fc Co., Uuumis-
i-lou .Merchant " '
THOMAS LEWIS, Insurance Manager
and Attorney at l.aw ' "
WM. STKATTOS of stratum i Lird
Whuleiile (iroceiH... '
GEO. M. ALDEN, Commlei-ion .Mer
chant, 7S Ohio Levee " "
JAS. 8, KEARDEN. Ajjent Mieltjipl
Val.ey TrniiKportatlon Company "
C1IAS. R. ST I ART, Wholeale und Re
tail Dry liood and Notion ' "
EDWARD A. lll'DEK, Mumilarturiiig
Jewler md Wholesale dealer In Watch
makers ' Tool and .Material '' "
t'HAKLES LANCASTER, LanraMer St
Rice, Lumber Dealer
C. O. PATTER. O. O. Putier & Co,
Wholesale, aud Retail Merchant .... " "
Rkv. B.Y.GEORGE, Pastor Presbyterian
Church " "
J. C. Will TE, Insurance Agent "
G, W. McKKAlO. Postmaster " "
S. P. WHEELER, Attorney and Counsel
or at l.aw " "
Mil. LOI ISA FISllBAC'K " "
OTAE 1IAYT1I RN, Wholesale and
Retail Hoot- suoe and Drv Good " "
A J. H1RD, Merchant and Steamboat
I IProprietor " "
WILLIAM KI.VGE. General Mereh-d:e " "
P. G. SCHITI, Wholesale and Retail
J. T. RKNN1 E. Foundry and Machinist. . "
ALIiEltT LEWIS ". "
VIks. L. A. HOWARD. Eoardiui; House. .
W. K. PITCH Eli. Insurance Alviii " "
A. 11 ALLEY, Dealer in Stovts, Tin and
Hardware " "
b. W. GREEN, Green, Wood A Rennett
Millers - "
II. F. POTTER, tditor aud Publi-her
Arnni-.lournal Mound Citv, "
Mus. S. A. AY EES Villa Ridi;e. '
A. J. KHENCU, Farmer Hird Point. Mo
Estate of Richard O'Callahau. Deceased.
The undersigned, havim' been appointed Admin
istrator with the will annexed, of the estate
of Richard O'Callahan, late . of the county
of Alexander and state of Illinois, decrae(f.
hereby ejve notice that he will appear
before the Cmiiitv Court of Alexander County, at
tlu-i ourt house, 111 Cairo, at the May term, on the
Third .Monday Iu Mav next, at which tune ail
persons bavinu claime airainst said estate are noti
tied and requested to attend for the purpose of hav
mil' the same ndjuted. All persons tudchted to
said estate tire requested to make immediate pay-
luent to the uudemli'ued.
Dated this Vnh (lay of March. 1SW.
ITLKWriON FOR PARDON.
i'tibllc notice I hereby (riven, that nr. Friday, the
'.''.tli day of March A. D lKxn. an application will
be marie to Hi Excel eticy, lion. s. M. Cullom.
Governor of tho Stale of Illinois, for the pardon of
one Frank Hansom, who was convicted of the crime
of t:raiiil larceny at the September term. A. I) IKd.
of the Alexander Comity circuit Court; at which
time and piacc all persons Interested, may appear
and resist said application if they see lit to do so,
' SAMFEL WILSON,
on behalf of si.id 1 rank Kausom.
Hated at Cairo, 111., thi 4th day of March A. D.
Whcren. Hulcome Murrav aud Jane Murray. hl
wife, of the County of Alexander and State 01 Illi
nois, bv their certain mortgage deed dated the
'J'M-utieth day ot January A. D. 1S7II, und dtilv re
corded In tic ollice of the recorder ol deeds of
Alexander County, Illinois, tn book '-Z" of sale
niortua'.'et on page :iHs. did grant, bargain, sell, re
mise, aiicu. and convey -.into us. the umicrsi'.-m-d,
David T. Linear and John II . Mulkey. as mortga
gees, the land and premises hereinafter described,
to secure the paunentof one curtain promissory
note of even date therewith executed by the said
Holcoiii,-Murrar and the said Jane Murrav to us.
the said David T. Llnegar and the said John 11.
Mulkev. lor the sum of one hundred dollars, pay
able ninety days after date, with Interest at the r'lle
d ten per cent, per annum, from date until paid,
und icinii ularlv decilbed in said mortgage deed:
and, wiie'ea. tber" is now due and unpaid on said
note the sum ot hlty dollar with iiiti rest thereon
from the date of said note: now. therefore. !e;aillt
haviiigheen made In the payment of said m!-and
ihtcrel thereon, pnb.ic notice is hui'ebv give, that
In pui'fiiatieo of 'he provisions of said iiinrig'ige
deed, and bv virtue of the power and authority
granted to us In and by the same, we snail on the
luth dav otApril. A. D.. lKMi. at 1(1 o clock- in the
forenoon of thnt dav. at the front door of the court
lioue in the City of Cairo. Comity of Alexander
and State of Illinois, sell at public auction. 10 the
hleheit bidder for cash, the oremlse derribi d in
nid niorl gage deed a the north half ('j 1 of the
north west. (Si 1 01 section thirty onecn in town.nip
sivieeii 1 Oil runue one (1 1 west, exceot forty 1W1
acres oil of the east end of said north half ('.. situ
ated in the County ol Alexander and state ot mi-
noi. and all r.glil and equity of redemption of the
said llnleoiiiK Murray and the said Jane Murray hi
wli'e. tlie.r heir mid assign" therein.
DAVID I . LIN EGA R ,V JOHN II. Alt I.KM,
Dated at C'ulro, HI., Oil tne Mil day of .March.
A. !.. lNi.
Wherea.bv a certain sain niortcu'e. bearins
date the Fifteenth day of Angust A. p.. 1KM. and
ret 01 (led In the Kecorder otlice 01 Alexander
Comity, In the State of Illinois, In volatile "4" of
deed, on page 4KL Isaac Farnbiiker aud Eliza
A. Kanibiiker. hi wile, did convey to the under
igiicd, the following described real estate, situate
In th" County of Alexander. State of Illinois. U -wit:
Lot numbered eight (Hi In block numbered
four (4) In the C'llv of Cairo, accoidlng to the re
cordid map or pliit of said dtv: which said con
vcMince wa In mortgage lo seenru tho payment
at' maturity of certain promissory notes therein
uictillnncd : upon the lust of which prombsory
note there now. remains due and payable the sum
of Twenty-live hundred dollar, with len percent.
Interest per annum thereon from the Fifteenth day
of August. A. I)..
Now, therefore, notice I hereby given that under
mid by virtue and In pursuance of tho. terms and
condition of said salo mortgage, 1, tliu undersign
ed, will on
MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF APRIL, A.D .
tit the hour of two o'clock p. tn., of that dav. at the
Court House door. In the City of Cairo, Alexander
County. Illluiil. sell Hie real estate above describ
ed, at public vendue to the highest bidder for rash,
III hand, and will execute In the purchaser 11 deed
theteror HOIIKHT II. UNNINGIIAM.
Cairo. 111.. March lid. lKHti. .Mortgagce.
Green A Gilbert. A Uorney a,
0 r VI'OJikiwa YKAB, or n to
llF 1 I I II l'' (lay In vour own locullty
ilk I II I No risk Women do a well
f 1 I P I a men. Many make more
Tf I"'1" I'"' amount muted
above, No one can full to
make money fasl. Any one can do the work. You
can make from Mlc lo i! an hour by devoting your
evening and aparo time lo the luiluc. It costs
nothing to try the business, Nothing like It for
money making everolfered before. Iluslne pleas
ai.l anil strictly honorable. Render, If you want to
know all about tbu best paving busltien before the
ntiltllc, eud n your addles nud we will erd you
hill particular aud private term free; sample!
worth 4.1 also tree; you rau then make up your
mind torvourclf. Addrc.. GEORGE 8TINS0N
j(.U Portland. M&luf
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120 Broadway, '
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INCREASE OF ASSETS DURING YEAR 187i, OVEil '
TWO MILLION DOLLAJ1S.
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Mi'dNrc. foeeocK .TmiHw..: , NKwnriuiv. K (!., July IT.
ti.-ur Sfro :- I him-linen uelna th-: Emomon & FltJii-r Huccv I bouulit from you 11s munhly 1 wip
puce iin uiiv one oould. 1 bud a fact bone, drove him (if mil Bpei'd, fometlmen wltb two Krown liollen ami
uvNelfin the hiiwjy, "' " ' lo-dny r,U all tbu money i paid lor It. I fav the Kmi;ri.on ti-lier
UiiKKicH will do. A-M- J fcAt'1 ''" 1,,rmi'r'
The favorable reputation the Carriages hnvc nude ill localities where they have been
used for several yenrs 1-y Liverymen, Thysicians, Farmers and others requiring hanl and
constant use, lias led to an increased demand from those localities, to meet which tho
manufacturing f'rilities of their mammoth establishment have been extended, enabling
them now to turn out in good stylP,
360 Carriages a Week.
EMEIUJ0N, FISHER & CO.'S
Corner Twelfth Street.
FISHER & CO.,
CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST