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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1880.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALKXANDEK COUNTY.
Ex-Gov. Palmer is to speak nt a Demo
cratic meeting in Springfield on Wednes
day evening. Being an extremely dark
horse in the presidential race, his remarks
will attract considerable attention.
Tub propriety ot disposing of the Fitz
v a Wk . . 1 Ml 1 . I ! ii. 1V.TA
jonn roner uiu uy laying u uh uiu mu.c
Trill be questioned by very many people.
Q!nni MAnnsnca YnA AuTTTnA tniipll tlmP- tn
the subject, the prevailing sentiment wc
think will be that it ought to have set
tled the matter one way or another with
out any further delay. If General Porter
is' innocent of tho charges which were
Xouud against him by the court martial,
congress should vindicate him, and undo
tho wron, and there bhould bono pio
longation ot tho matter. If he was justly
and properly found guilty, tho country
skould know it and be rid of the subject.
Asa result of the bargain between the
Pacific railroad companies and the Pacific
man sieamsuip company, iroigms irom
.New York to China have been advanced
from $89 to $130 a ton. Tho purchase by
the railroads of the Pacific mail steamers
plying between San Francisco and oriental
ports leuves thorn practical masters of the
wittiation so far as the Asiatic trade is con
cerned. Tlio congressmen who will en
deavor to break the corrupt compact are
said to have the sympathy of Gould and
Huntington, as having secured tlio better
portion of the property of the Pacific mail
company beyond hope of redemption, hos
tile action nt Washington may refievc them
Ait the necessity of paying the subsidy of
110,000 per month for the privilege of fix
ing rates between New York mid San
I'RKSIDKNTIAL BOOMS. THE KEAITKAlt
ASCK OK (10V. BKYMOt'K. TUE mil OK
THE MESSAGE. AN AMERICAN CANAL.
From our Regular Correspondent.
Wasiunoton, D. C, March 111, 1S80.
During the past week the senate has been
chiefly occupied witji the Fitz John Porter
bill; the executive and congressional com
mittce with M. lXLesst;ps and his canal;
and politicians generally with presidential
.booms. The booms aro graduully cmtirg
ing from an amorphous condition, the
smoko is clearing away, and the naked
booms may now be seen pretty clearly de
fined in the political horizon. On the Kc
publican side it is Grant or Nlaine; cm the
Democratic side it is Tilden or Sey
mour. At the present time there is niueh
-lalk about the sudden ro-appeaiance of the
laitcr in the field. It is earnestly asserted
ljr Lis intimate friends that, notwithstand
ing thr many reports to the contrary, he
ill not decline a nomination tendered
with unanimity, and it is believed by
many long range politicians that tho per
tmel of the candidacy tor tho chief ma;;is
Tracy in 18S0 will bo identical with that
f 1808. Governor Seymour is sixty-innu
years old, but it is said by those who in
: titnatoly know him that his health in
perfect, and that from a physic.nl stand-
fin ta f-if. ttt.it.i .I.1a l, .... 1 ii
; fatigues of office than tho other prominent
candidate. Those who uro urging his can
diocy nrguo that in view of the hi! t r light
between tho Tilden aud Kelk-y wing.4 of
the party, ho Is tho only Domocrat who can
certainly carry New York.
AN H'lTOMK OP TUB PRESIDENT'S MESSAOK
Tho president has sent in a message to
tho senate laying down tho rule that theca
ual must, when made, bo under American
control. If treaties with foreign powers, or
rights of property or sovereignty, interfere
with this control, they must be got rid of by
"just and liberal .negotiation." The need
ful protection to tho capital invested in it
must bo given by tho United States ulono
The canal will bo "a great ocean thorough
faro" between the Atlantic and Pacific
states, and any other great power would
under similar circumstances, "not fail to
asssert a rightful control over it." lie,
therefore.al leges that it is the right and duty
of the United States to assert and maintain
the necessary Bupcrvijjion and authority
over tho enterprise. This, would seem, in
plain English, to be nn intimation that the
corporation which undertakes its construc
tion must bo organized in the United States
aud come to terms of some sort with the
United States government.
M. PE I.KSSEP'8 STATEMENT.
M.Dc Lesseps has been before a commit
tee of congress, to which he explained nt
considerable length the comparative merits
of the Nicaragua and Panama loiites. The
Panama canal, he said, would cost $108,
000,000, would take eight years at tho out
side to construct, would be forty-fiye miles
Ions, and ono hundred vessels a day could
pass through it. Tho Nicaragua line, on
the other hand, would call for the con
struction of a harbor at Brito, and would
require either seventeen or twenty locks.
Ench lock would detain a vessel two hours,
it would not be possible to send her through
the line under five or six days, and not more
than ten or twelve steamers could pass in a
day; besides which the locks would proba
bly be injured by carthauakes. The Pana
ma route, too, had a good harbor to start
with, and would use the bed ot the Cliagres
river as part of the canal, and the extraor
dinary floods of the river would be held in
check by an immense dam. He denied
that any official control of the canal by
any government was contemplated, and
said the administrative headquarters would
be wherever the majority of the stock was
held if in America, iu New York ; if in
rrcnixo Piles Symptoms and Clue.
The symptoms nre moisture, like perspira
tion, intense itching, increased by scratch
ing, very distressing particularly at night,
as if pin worms were crawling in and abot'.t
tho rectum; the private parts aru some
times affected; it allowed to continue vory
serious results u.ny fellow. Dr. Sway no's
All-Healing Ointment is a pleasant, sure
cure. Also for Tetter, Itch. Salt Hhetini,
Scald Head, Erycsipelas, Barber's Itch,
Blotches, all Scaly, Crusty, Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price 50 cents, 8 boxes .f 1 2.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swaync &,
Son, 330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists.
HARPER'S MAGAZINE FOH APRIL,
The April number of Harper's Magazine
is rendered exceedingly attractive by its
many beautiful illustrations, and every ar
ticle in its table of contents is noteworthy.
The number opens with the first part of
Mrs. John Lillie's paper, "Music and Musi
cians in England" a well considered and
exceedingly interesting teview of a
musical year in London, including also the
great uiinual and triennial festivals in the
provinces. The illustrations are mainly J
portraits, ami among inese wo note a su
perb engraving ot L. Alma laumea's re
cent portrait of George II enschel. Mr. Ab
bey has added some characteristic sketches.
The rural charms of Chester Valley,
Pennsylvania, and t he associations of Val
ley Forge are the theme of an excellent pa
per by Miss Ella Hodman Church, with re
markably fine illustrations by Howard Pyle.
Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the subject of
intense interest, with a thrilling history,
and full of antique pictures.
The Irish famine gives special interest to
Miss Cloud's illustrated article, describing
an "Irish Fishing Village."
One of the most interesting articles in
tlio number is Mary Trent's "Homo
Studies" in nature, with ten exquisite en
gravings from drawings by J. C. Beard.
The editorial departments furnish a large
amount of delightful reading on current
topics, recent books, etc.
Washington, D.C., Jan. 10, 1880.
II. II. Wahner & Co. Dear Sir: I
write to say that aftsr having taken your
Safe Pills and finding them all that is
claimed for them in your circular, I cheer-
hilly recommend them ns the best pills in
the market. Joseph Prather, 409 M. street
Washington, U. C.
They Work Tohkthkh. When vour
system gets out ot tune and you feel com
pletely piayea out, it is pretty certain that
you need a medicine to act on'both the kid
neys anil liver, for these important organs
work together in freeing the system of its
waste, and keeping up the tone. Then
take Kidney-Wort, for this is just what it
does, for it is both diuretic and 'cathartic.
THE EFFECTS OF DEMAGOGY.
Bu Prunclsco Chronicle.
Elsewhere in to day's Chronicle are pre
sented tho results of interviews held with
several of tho principal architects in San
Frane'iHco relative to theell'ect of the recent
tumultuous aggitalioiiH have !i ad iu retard
ing spring building operations. It was
presumed in advance of investigation,
that the effect had been bad, but not t()
the deplorable extent that inquyy disclosed.
Every architect questioned, "and pone
twenty of them were interviewed, testified
uniformly to tho sami! purport that llie
recent clamor!, demonvtrnlinim and threats
ot conflagration ami riot li.wo completely
discoung'id building operations.
HANCOCK AND MORRISON.
Wt. Louis Tlincf.
The llarrisburir Patriot, nlludine
the presidential nomination and tho late
broak in Mr. JJayanis caininiacy, says
"If the Democratic party mean to nomi
unto n candidate who will not bo charget
with ditiloyalty, sympathy with seces
sion, treason, conspiracy witn reuei
ageuts in Canada, and tho wholu categoty
ot slus ngamst 'tlio nation,' tney mus
select a soldier covered with wounds re
reived while risking his life in defense o:
tho union." Practically, the Patriot is
right. All the issues of tho war,' and that
have grown out of the war, will undoubt
cdlv nass in review during the campaign
There aro but two Democrats whoso nnmes
aro before the nartv for nomination who
can go through this ordeal without losing
votes that they otherwise iingni get. iney
are General Hancock and Colonel Mor
rison. The record of neither of
these gentlemen can be assailed in the
north on sectional grounds. And
strantro as it may seem, thev aro both as
nonular in tho south on account of their
war records as they are in tho north. I hero
is a soldierly sentiment in tho south that
nlways warms toward the true soldier, ro
cardless of the side on which he fought.
When fiVhtin!? is tho buness to be done
they like the man who does it well and in
earnest. If the Cincinnati convention is
. - o rt
wise, it will not ignore this feeling in the
north, which lias been so wanted v and
probably unjustly manifested in Mr. Bay
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.
Jersey Comity Democrat.
The Illinois delegation to the Democratic
convention will probably be instructed for
Wm. R. Morrison. He has, beyond ques
tion, some very strong points. In the first
place he is a western man, which is an ad
vantage. Ilia record is clear on the subsidy
question. He has never voted for a subsidy
since he has been in congress, now aearly
ten years. His army record is good,
he having been a colonel
and wounded, and last he is a favorite with
the Germans itself a very important thing
in tho northwest. In addition to thL'se ad
vantages he is a gentleman. What a charm
it would be to have a gentleman in the
white house again. It looks very much as
if the growing interest in Morriton will
culminate in making him the dark horse.
It wtas a Frenchman who
said that "a long and careful
scrutiny of mankind had convinced
hiru that most men were mortal. Still we
nre of one opinion that tho frequent and
judicious use ot Motts vegetable Liver
pills would tend to keep the system in
good repair aud prolong life beyond the
Pleasant Hill, Miss., July 5, 1879.
Messrs. Morgan & Allen, oil John St., New
I prav God that you may be
spared many years to relievo
others as you have me and my child. I
have been taking medicine, almost daily,
for thirteen years with scarcely any benel.t,
until the "Constitution Water" was brought
to my notice. I have attended to inv
household duties the past weak, for the first
time in three months, the past month was
tho first month that I have ecaped my se
vere sick head-spells. I take great pleas
ure in recommending "Constitution Water''
to all my suffering friends. Very respect
fully, Mrs. M. A. Staten.
Ask your druggist for it.
A Goon Holskwu'e. 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 miliaria and miasma, and she
niiKt knmv thnr then- i-i nnthiter tli.'ir will
do it so perfectly and suHv ns Hop Bitters,
the purest and oest ot medieiNos. -Loncor.l
N. H. Patriot.
4-5 YEARS liKFOKH THE PUBLIC.
THE G UN-UIn
Dii. (J. McLANFS
are not recommended as a remedy "lor all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, an I all Billions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FKVKli.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are uncqiialcd
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on tlio lid
with Iho impression, McLane'sLivi'ii Pill.
Each wrapper bears tho signatures of C.
McLvnic and Flemish Bros.
J-S.Iusist upon having the genuine Dr,
C. McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by
FLEMISH BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
tho market being full of imitations of tho
naino McLane, spelled diil'erently but same
Hamburg American Pnchet '.'omiiany's
Weekly Line -of Steamships
Leaving New York every Thursday ul J p. M.
1'0kV:M.LAND, FRANCIS AND GERMANY.
Tickets to and from Fumee at lom tt riiti's. For
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A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July 14th, 1877, Under tho
Laws ol tho State of Illinois.
Copprighted July U, 1877, undtr
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STKATTON, Phksiii;nt.
Mas. A. P. TAYLOR,
J, A. UOLDSTINK,
Dii. J. J.GOKDON,
BOARD OK MANAGERS:
J.J. CiORDON, Physician Cairo, Ills
Mrs. A. P. TAll.UK, (Superintendent of
hchools, Alexander t'ounly ... "
J. A. UOLDH'INK, ofOoldMluu A Hus-
L-iiWrttur. Vt lioksulc and Retail Deulcs
iu Su ple and Kuncv Dry Goods " '
N. H. THISTLEWOOIJ. of llinkle 4
Thistlewuod, Commission Merchants,
Cotton mid Tobacco Factor' 11 11
8. 1). AYUEH, ol'Ayres A Co., Commis
sion MurcliantN .'. . . " "
THOMAS LEWIS, Insurance Mananer
nuu Attorney at i.sw
WM. STKATTON of btrutton t Jiird
Wiolen e Grocers m. ' "
GEO. M. AI.DEN, Commission Mer
chant. 7S lihlu Levee ' "
JAS. 8. HEARUEN. Atftlit Mississippi
Valley Transportation I'omumiv " "
CHAS. K. STL ART, Wholesale u'nd He-
tail Drv Goods a id Notions " "
EDWARD A. BUDEK, MiiutifacturiiiK
dewier and Vt nolesale rteali r In W aten
makers's Tools and Materials " "
CHARLES LANCASTER, Lancaster A
Ulce, Lumber Dealers 11
C. U. PATIER. C. O. Putier & Co,
Wholesale and Retail Merchants " "
Rkv. B.Y. GEORGE, Pastor Pret-bvlcrluu
Church ." " 11
J. C. WIIITK. Insurance Acent 11 "
O. W. MeKEAIO, PoMmaster "
S. P. WHEELER, Attorney and Counsel
or at Law ... 11
Mus. I.oriSA KIS1IHACK " '
0CAK 1JAYTH KN, Wholesale und
Retail Hoots' Shoes and Dry Good" " "
A. J. HI HI), Merchant aud Steamboat
Proprietor 11 "
WILLIAM KLUGE. General Merch'dise ' "
P. G. SClll'H, Wholesale and Ket.iil
Druireist. " '
J.T. RENNIK, Foundry aud Machinist.. 11 '
ALISiiKl Lt.w ir
Vie. L. A. HOWARD. Hoarding House..
W. V. PITCHER, Insurance Atfcnt ' "
A. H ALLEY, Dealer in Stovie, Tin and .
Hardware " 11
E. W. GREEN, Green, Wood Bennett
II. F, PUTTER. Editor and Publisher
ArLMis-Oonriml Mound Cltv. "
Mh. S. A. AYERS Villa ltldire, "
A.J. i KKNCH, Farmer Bird Point. Mo
Estate of Richard O'Cullahan, Deceased.
Tho undersigned, bavin ' been annotated Admin
istrator with the will annexed, of the estato
of Richard O 'Callahan, late of the county
of Alexander and flute .of Illlnofs, deceased,
hereby give notice that he will appear
before the County Court of Alexander County, at
the cou-r house, iu Cairo, tit lb May term, on the
Third Monday in M.iy next, at which time all
perons huvini; claims against said estate are noli
tied and requested to attend fur the purpose of hav
ing the same adjusted. All persons indented to
saiil estate are re(Uecud to make immediate pay
ucnl to the undersigned.
fAIUII. t .WH M.t.ll,
Dated this Mill day of March, lssi.
l'PLD'ATION FOIi PARDUN.
Public no,! ice is hereby given, that on Friday, the
th d'iv of .March A D. issn, tin application will
m.nle to His Excellency. Hon. f. M. Ciilloni.
Governor of the State of Illinois, fur the p.inioit of
one Frank Hansom, who was convicted of the crime
of grand larceny at the September term. A. D IK'A,
of the Alexander County Circuit Court: at whirls
time and plaeu all pen-ims liitei'-stcd. may appear
iC.U resist suld application if thev nee lit to tin so,
on behalf of stid i rank Ruiisom.
Dated at Cairo, III., this Hh day of March A. D.
Whereas. Hob otnc Murray and Jane Murray, his
wife, of the County of Alexander und State ol Illi
nois, by their certain moriguKu deed tinted the
'twentieth day id January A. D. IsVH, and duly re
corded in t.ie olllcc of thi: recorder of deeds of
Alexander County, Illinois, in book "Z" of sale
mortgn.'i'" on page ami, did grant, bargain, sell, re
mise, aiien, and convey unto u. the undersigned,
David T. Lliiegnr autl John H. Mulkey, is ineriga-gi-es.
the laiidinid premises hereinul'!' r (le.-crij.ed.
to secure tfe pa u. cut of one curtain protniM'ory
note itl'cNon date ilierewith executed by the loiii
llolcome MnrrnT and the said Jam: Murray to us,
Hie said Dinld 'i'. Linegar and the said John II.
Mulkev. for the sum of one hundred dollars, pay
able ninety dajs after dale, with interest at tin: rate
ot ten per cent, per unnum. from date until paid,
and p'inlculari.v desciiljed in said mortgage deed :
iiikI. he'eas. lucre is mm- due and utie.bi on suid
note the sum ol lifty dollars with i'ltm-st Hn-rcon
from lite date ol said note; now. tliervlore, default
having been tnade In the payment of said note and
Interest tlieieon, puli.ic notice is hvrebv given tbni
hi piirsiinm e of 'In.' provlslnjis of said ino'tgnge
deed, and hv virtue of tbu power tirnl tiiltliorlty
eianteil to m In und bv the same, we shall on the
lo;!i ili'.v o! April. A. 1)., lsstl, nt 1(1 o'clock In the
toietioon of that day, at the Iront door of the court,
house in the ( ity of Cairo, County of Alexander
and State of Illinois, sell at public aie'tlon. to the
highest bidder for cash, tlie pretnisi's described in
said mortgage deed as the north half t'jiof the
north west (!.,) of sect Ion thirty-one t: 1 1 In township
sixteen i ld) range one (1) wes't. except Inrty i lm
acres oil ol the east end ot said north half i'.j, sllti
aled in Hie County nf Alexander at'd Htaie'of Illi
nois, and all right and ctiulty of redemption of Un
said llolcome Murray and lie- s-ild.lane Murray his
wife, tie1 r liens and assigns therein.
DAVIWT. LINKGAR A JOHN II. Mt'LIvEY,
DiiUilat Cairo, Ills., this the 5th day of .March,
A. !'.. JK-u).
date the Kil'ti'etitli day of August A.I'., 1ST:), nU'l
recorded in tho Recorder's olllcu of Alciauder
County, in the Stale of Illinois. In vohimi"'4'' of
deeds, on page si, Isaac Knrnbaker and ETIz.i
A. Fariibakcr, his wife, tlld convey to the under
signed, the following described re;il e!ntc.sitiulo
in the County of Alexander. State of Illinois, e.
wit: Lol numbered eight (Hj In block numbered
four (-1) In the City of Cairo, according to the ns
corded map or plat of said city ; which said con
veyance was In mortgage to secure Iho paymiit
at maturity of certain promissory notes tlietelu
mentioned; upon tint last of which protnUsory
notes there now. remains due and payable Iho mini
of Twvnty-fhc Intndrsd dollar, with ten percent,
Interest per annum thereon from the Flltecnth day
of August. A. I)., 1ST 7,
Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given that under
and by virtue and In pursuance of I lie terms mid
conditions of said sulb mortgage, I, tie) undersign
ed, will on
MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OKAIMUL, A.I).,
nt the hour of two o'clock p. in., of that dnv, nt the
Court House door, In lite City of Cairo, Alexander
County, Illinois, sell the real estate above describ
ed, at public vendue to llm highest bidder for cash,
in hand, und will execute to the purchaser a deed
therefor. ROBERT II. t INN I MHIAM.
Cairo, Ills., March' lid, Isstl. kMortgageo.
Green A Gilbert, Attorneys. w
Wt.r. ..., 4 1,v n ...lutfi uhU n t , f. int lJ.',lii.f
tK -ti y r r TO nnon A YEAR, or A to
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jn I III II I No risk Women dons well
f ) 1 t num. Many innku mom
TT Ihnn tho amount Hinted
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of which tire on file subject to inspection:
Messrs. K.kkmson Fihiikii Co.: ,, r (Iai.va. Iu.n.. July HI. 1S7!.
1 have used one of your Top Hugclr three years, and three of them two yiwln JiJ .,tl,v1,'Pr.."l"I,l
and they have given mu perfect satisfaction aud are Iu constant usc.t use AK bjIALLLi .
Messrs Coi-pock A Joiinsoh NuwiiBHiiv. H. C, July 17, lO.
Dear Slrs:-1 have been using, thfl Kmerson Fisher Iluggy I bought from you ns roughly I snp-
iiosii ns any rould. I hud a fast hin-n1, tlrovo him at full speed, sometimes witji two grown ladles and
mvscirin the buggy, and It is to-duy wonb all Iho money I paid for it. I nv the Kiiii'rii..ii ,t Flslicr
lli'iggliis will do. . A. M, 1 LAOL fc, runner.
The favorablo rcputulion the Carriages have made in localities where they have been
used Tor several years by Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers and others reriuiring hard and
constant use, has led to an increased deiimnd from those localities, to meet which tho
manufacturing facilities of their mammoth establishment have been extended, enabling
them now to turn nut in good style,
360 Carriages a "Week.
KMKKSON, FISHKR & CO.'S
s t a. rr i-: s ,
837,-366,8 H 75.
Corner Twelfth Street.
FISHKR & CO.,
FISHER & CO., arc now in use
CARKIAGK8 A HE THE BEST