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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER CorjiTY.
vreare authorized to announce GEORGE E.
OLMSTED aa a candidate for Police Magiatrate,
at the eueuinx municipal election.
The inram opposition of a great ma
jority of the American people to the third
terraisin, recently brought into prominence
by the presidential aspirations of General
Grant, can neither bo ignored, ridiculed
down, or put down otherwise by all the
efforts of all the Conklings, Camerons and
ether political tacticians who are champion
ing the movement. The opposition i3 not
a quiet, passive one that shrinks from ex
pression, but is deeply rooted and out
spoken, especially among the German
American population, which forms such an
important factor in the Ilcpublican party.
The great majority of that class of voters,
and in fact of all classes, hold
thirJ tcrmism as a "damned spot"
on .the escutcheon of American politics
that will not "out" at the bidding of the po
litical intriguers, nor pale under their ridi
cule or denunciation. The masses further
hold it as an ism that seeks the violation of
an unwritten law of the land, old as our
constitutional government itself a law
that was, until politics became a disreput
able "game," canonized in the hearts of the
entire American people. How the manipu
lators ot the Republican "machine," with
Grant as their standard bearer, can success
fully deal with such a wide-spread and
firmly fixed adverse sentiment, is one of the
problems of the times with which we are,
at present, unable to wrestle.
OFF WITH IT.
That tho price of soda-ash, of straw and
wood pulp and of other articles employed
in the manufacture of paper, have been
subjected to an advance, is undeniable; but
that tho advance justifies the addition of
from thirty-three to forty per cent, to the
price of printing paper is not honestly in
sisted upon, even by the paper manufac
turers themseives. Satisfied, as well-in-'
formed people must be, that at least twen
ty per cent, of the advance is chargeable to
tho greed of associated manufacturers, the
effort of Senator Davis and others to remove
the duty from soda-ash and tho wood and
other pulps, is an effort that Bhould com
mand the support of not only the book
and newspaper publishers of the
country, but of every citizen w ho would
remove all obstacles to a cheap diffusion
of intelligence among the people. In
urging the mutter upon the attention of
tho Bcnatc, Senator Davis gave expression,
in tho following remarks, to facts that
cannot bo successfully gainsaid:
"It may not he practicable at this ses-
eion to reform the revenue system; indeed,
reputed action elsewhere forbids any hope
of that kind; but there should be no
difficulty in an exceptional case like that
presented in this memorial. Only a few
months ago congress very properly swept
away the obnoxious duty on quinine, that
had long been maintained for the proflt of
few manufacturers in a sinule city
That remedy had at bust only a local ap
plication. In this instance the newspapers
of the entire country aro oppressed by taxes
which are a delusion and a snare. They
bring nothing of impeitancc into the treas
, ary, and the only stand, as tho duty on
quinine did, as an excuse for increasing
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH
tho dividends of what may bo described
as a closo corporation of special interests
It will be recollected that when the duty
was removed from quinino the three munu
facturers of that article in the United
States at once declared that competition with
foreign manufacturers would involve the
in financial impoverishment, or drivo them
to the production of an inferior article as
measure of self-protection. In alluding
this affected terror of the quinino Wight
man's the Chicago Times declares that the
quinino monopolists not only survive, but
that all of them are prospering, notwith
standing tho fact that, since the abolition of
the duty, their product has fallen off more
than fltty per cent. Wherefore, the
same journal very 6afely assumes that
tho paper and pulp monopolists would
easily survive the abolition of the duties,
upon the maintenance of which they so
warmly declare a continuance of their
business ' is dependent. Repeating the
language of Senator Davis the Times fur
ther says, and so say we, that there is no
good reason for retaining for a single day
those duties which "only stand, as the duty
on quinine did, as an excuse for increasing
the dividends of what may be described as
a closo corporation of special interests."
There is no reason why thoso who ask no
prection for themselves should not be re
leased at once from the payment of tribute
Sincere thanks. I suffered for five
years. with rheumatism. Having been per
suaded by friends to try the St. Jacob's Oil,
I must acknowledge that it is the best rera-
dy I ever used; In fact it cured me entirely.
Accept my sincere thanks. Frank Schwarz,
98 Nineteenth street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
From the Odd Fellows' Taileman.
Continued from yeeterday's Issue.
But the vixen could not help feeling a
little conscious whenever 6he saw me.
There was some occult magnetism between
us two, and while her maiden modesty kept
her eyes averted when mine were turned in
her direction, she also indulged herself in
sundry sly glances at me. She discovered
my enslavement; betore I did and Airs.
Hunter's letter did not reveal much to her.
All this came out by degrees in little con
versations that occurred within the sound of
Niagara during the following days. After
Mr. Blinker's disappearance I worked
steadily at the books of Jones & Co. for
four or five hours a day and went back to
the Cataract House by the noon-train or the
two-thirty. Mr. Blinker had only stolen
some twenty thousand dollars in all, and
this abstracted capital would be replaced
within a few months from tho proceeds of
some Michigan property which Mr. Jones
was then selling. My afternoons at the
Falls were simply gorgeous.
Meantime, Jones & Co. needed ten
thousand dollars to "put thera through"' the
summer. It would not do to borrow this
from any of their correspondents, as the
fact of their loss and of,thtir consequent
shortness was the very fact that must be
concealed to. keep their credit unimpaired.
was to tell Mr. rinch, in confidence,
about the defalcation and Blinker was to
be shielded for the sake of his uncle, Mr.
Jones. By the by, the whelp had made
several tender speeches to my Little Angel,
ana was actually called away on
the very threshold of a declaration
to be confronted by the false
balances that moonlight night. He wilted
immediately, confessed the sixteen thous
and steal, and while Mr. Lowton soumit
for me Blinker took a carriage and drove
over the bridge to the Clinton house. He
las never found it convenient to return to
this land of the free.
At the end of the week I went to New
York, taking a slight draft fur nineteen
thousand nine hundred and eifrhfy-foiir
dollars, payable to Finch & Flugget or
order. 1 told Mr. Finch, who fairly danced
with delight, that I was not at liberty to
tell him about Jones & Co., but I felt tol
erably sure their "embarrassment" would
bo only temporary. Then I got my ten
Kinds irom the sale, took them down to
Wall street and got in exchange a check
for ten thousand three hundred dollars.
The next day 1 told Mr. Finch I should
ike to have two weeks' vacation, as I had
been working pretty hard on "that Jones
& Co. business." Tho old "i
acquiesced promptly, and when I was
bmuing him good-bye, ha whispered, "I
guess we can afford an additional five
hundred per annum on your salary. Gran
gerthat is, up to January, next. After
that we shall see."
The next tnorning found me in Roch
ester, and Mr. Law ton had my check for
ten thousand dollars as a loan, to be re
turned at convenience. The same after
noon found me and Mr. Lawton at the
Cataract AoUse, where we dined. I may
say here that I had my ten bonds back
betore tho year whs out and that they
were placed in my hand by. But that
Lucy took my arm in the trloainincr
and we walked over to Goat Island. Wc
climbed up the tower-steps and looked at
the Canada fall. Nobody there, onlv we
two, and tho mad water rushing and roar
"MissArden," I began, "I am. happy
"If you meant all you said tho other
evening," she said, "I think you had bet
ter say Lury."
"And will you always call me Phillip?"
said I, looking into the lown eyes. It was
quite dusty anil nobody was near, and my
eyes were quite close to the brown ones.
"Yes. That is, when we are out hero or
when nobody else can here me. You need
not hold me; I shall not fall. Now, tvliat
aro you happy to announce?"
"I have forgotten. , I lovo you; that is
all I cau say now."
"Then," shn answered, severely, "I must
tako back that promise. I canntt always
call you Phillip; I must call you 'goose,'
"And 'old muidT' I asked, looking for
a speck on the brown pupils.
"No; that was a slander. By tho by, I
wrote to Mrs. Hunter to-day. I told her
she need not trouble herself to make inves
tigations. I told her you had had said
things to mo the other night. Now go on
with your happy announcement, sir. What
were you oing to sayj
"I was going to tell you that your undo
would not bo bothered any more about
business matters. He has smooth water be
fore him from this timo out."
"Yes," she replied, indifferently, "I knew
all that; undo told me himself since din
ner. Somebody has given him very effi
cient and sufficient aid, he says."
"And I was going to say that my revenue
is increased. Mr. Pinch added largely to
my salary, without solicitation. I am in
condition to marry as soon as I can find a
Littlo Angel who will take on old maid and
"Do you not think," she whispered, with
her rosy lips near my listening ear "do
you not think ten thousand dollars was a
terribly high price for one Littlo Angel?"
You see why it is that I rate my wife so
extravagantly ; 6ho was very costly. But it
was from her dear hands that I took back
mv honiU nn our weddinir dav. I resard
them as her dower, however, and I pay her
the interest quarterly, every cenr 01 it.
Marks ok Aithohation. In the shape
of increasing demands for Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters ore constantly reaching its
proprietors. J he mining ana agricultural
populations of the far west are particularly
alive to its merits, for it possesses the very
qualities which emigrants to those remote
districts require. It protects them irom
malaria, it fortifies them against the injuri
ous effects, which freoucntlv proceed from
a mode of lifo fraught witli hardships, and
it has an unimpeachable record tor thor
oughness. Travelers to foreign countries,
marides. and those cenerallv who live an
out-door life, will rind that its protective
and bracing properties have not been exag
gerated by the many who have borne favor
able witness in its behalt. A rock is not
firmer on its base than this medicine in the
confidence of our people.
A LITTLE TOO PREVIOUS.
Don Conklmg and Ros Cameron blun
dered. They should have waited until Gen.
Grant came back from Mexico, and then
begun to make the people "spontaneous."
By starting the thing in January they fixed
themselves like the boy who takes too long
a run before he jumps. .
Trrr Vmrun Bfi.t Co.. MARSHALL.
Micir. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
Wohkixomes. Before vou betrin heavy
spring work after a winter of relaxation,
your system needs cleansing and strengtn
enino' to nrevent an attack of arue. biWous
0 --i .
or spring fever, or some other spring sick
ness that win unnt you lor a season s worK.
You will save time, much sickness great
expense if will use one bottle ot
Hop Bitters in your family this nonth.
Don't wait. Burlington Hawkeye.
"Old Reliable." There are many re
puted remedies for that very prevalent dis
ease, Chronic Nasal Catarrh, but none
which have given general satisfaction and
becom acknowledged standard preparations
except Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. It con
tinues to enjoy an unprecedented popular
ity. This reputation has been earned
through the permanent cures which it has
wrought, having proved itself a specific in
the worst forms of the disease. In fact so
reliable is it that its former proprietor of
fered through all the newspapers ot the
land a reward of f"00 for a cane of catarrh
that it would not cure. Sold by druggists.
"Few ok the Ills ok Like" are more
prevalent end distressing than bilious dis
orders. The symptoms' are low spirits,
want ot energy, restlessness headache, no
appetite, sallow skin, costiveness and other
ailments which show the liver is in the
proper way to do it is to use "Dr. Swayne's
lur and saraspanlla Fills." Ilieir tiled
on the liver ana biooa is wonaenui, re
moving pimples and all eruptions, leaving
the complexion fuir nnd fresh ns in youth.
Price 25 cents a box ot thirty Fills, or five
boxes fer 1.00. Sent by mail on receipt
of price, by Dr. Swnyne & Son, 330 North
Sixth street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
Wamiixoton,.!). C, Jan. 10, 1880.
11. II. Warner k Co. Dear Sir: I
vrite to say that aftsr having taken your
5afe Pills and findiii!; them all that is
Ifiimed tor them in votir circular. I cheer
fully recommend thein as the best pills in
the market. Joseph Prather, 409 M. street
45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dr. C. McLAKE'S
aro 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, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FKVJ;n.
No better cathartic can bo used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they nre unequaled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLank'h Livrh Pill.
Each wrapper bears tho signatures of C.
McLank and Flemino Broh.
flnBist upon having the genuine Dn.
C. McLank'h Liveii Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittsburgh, To,
the market being full of imitations of the
name Mc Lane, spelled differently but same
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July 14th, 187 Under the
Laws of the State of Illinois.
Copprighted July 0, 1877, under
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTON. Phesudknt.
Mrh. A. 1 TAVLOR, Viei Phkoiuent.
J. A. UOLDSTINE,
1). J. J.GORDON,
BOARD OF MANAGERS:
J.J. GORDON. I'hvdclan Culro, Ills
Jlrn. A. I'. TAYLOR, SuperiliWndcnt of
hchoolH, Alexander I'ouulv "
J. A. UOLDSTINK, of Uuldxtlue & Rot-enwnti-r,
Wbolctntle dud Retail Dealer
In Staple sud FiinCT Dry Good " '
N. 11. THISTLEWOOIJ, of lllnkle &
Tlilftlewoud, Coinmihrtion MercbautH,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor " "
S. I). AYRE8, ofAyreu &, Co., Commla
Mon MerctiHi)t " "
THOMAS LEWIS, InsurHiice Manager
and Attorney at l.w "
W5I. STRA'lTON of htrattoa 4 Uird
Wholesale Grocers ' '
GEO. M. ALOES, C'ommlspion Mer
chant. 7S Ohio Lttvec " "
JAS. S. REARDEN. Agent Mihiitipl
ajiey irauioriauon i oimiany -
CUAS. R. STUART. Wholesale uud Re
tail Dry Good and Notions " "
EDWARD A. lil'DER, .Manufacturing
Jewler and Wholesale dealer lu Watch
maker 't Tool aud Material!.......... " "
CHARLES LANCASTER, LauiaMer &
Rice, Ltimtier Dealern ' ' "
C. O. PATIER. 0. O. Patler Si Co,
Wholesale and Retail Merchants " '
Rev. B.i'. GEORGE, Panor Presbyterian
Church " "
J. C. WHITE, Iusurnnce Aeeut '
U. W. MiKEAlG, poMinnHtcr " "
S. P. W HtLLfcU, Attorney and Counsel
or at Laur ........ ...... " '
Mns. LOUISA FISHHACK " "
0"CAK HAYTH RN, Wholesale and
Retail Hoots- Shoes and Drv Iiouuh " "
A.J. BIRD, Merchant and Steamboat
I H'ronrietor " "
WILLIAM KLUGE. General Menh dise "
P. G. SCHUU, Wholes-tile and Retail
DruL'eist " '
J. T. RENNIK. Foundry and Machinist. . "
ALBERT LEWIS ' "
Mi.. L. A. HOWARD. Hoarding House..
W. F. PITCHER, Insurance Aicerit " "
A. H ALLEY, Dealer In Sum-, Tin and
E. W. GREEN, Green, Wood Jt Bennett
Millers " "
II. F. POTTER, Editor and Publisher
Areus-Jourual Mound City. "
Mhh. S. A. AYERS Villa Rldfe, "
A. J. FRENCH, Farmer. Bird Point, Mo
Estate of William O'Callnhan, Deceased.
The underpinned, having been appointed Admin
istrator of the estate of William O'l'allahan. late of
the county uf Alexander and State of I llltiuls, deceas
ed, hereby gives utitlce that he will appear before
the County Court of Alexander county, ai the
Court House in Cairo fit the May terii). on .the
third Monduv in Miy next, at which time all
persons having claims against said es'ate are noti
fied, and requested to atteud for the purpose of hav
ing the same adjusted. All persons indebted to
said estate arc requested to make immediate pay
ment to th undersigned.
rATlwt h. .vui hLr.it, Auministraior
Dated this l'Jtli dajol March A. D. lssJ.
Whereas, Holcomt Murray and Jane Murray. hl
wife, of the County of Alexander and State ol .Illi
nois, bv their certain mortgage deed dated the
Twentieth day ot January A, D. 1H',. and duly re
corded in tbe office of the recorder of deeds of
Alexander County. Illinois, in book'- of sale
mortgage on page .'ins. did grant, bargain, sell, re
mise, alien, and convey unto us. the undersigned,
David T. Linegnraud John I! Mulkey. as mortga
gees, the land and premises Hereinafter (teserined.
to secure tte pawucnt of one curtain promissory
note of even date therewith executed by tbe said
Hoicome Murray and the said Jane Murray to us,
the said David '1'. Linegar and the said JohnH.
Mulkev. for the sum of one hundred dollars, pay
able ninety days after date, with interest at the rate
ol ten per cent, per annum, from date nntll paid,
and particularly described In said mortgage deed:
aud. whereas, there Is now due aud unpaid on said
note the sum of tlfty dollars with Int'Test thereon
from the date of said note; now, therelore, default
having been matte III the payment of suid note and
interest thereon, public notice is hereby giveu thai
in pursuance of 'ho provision of said mortgage
deed, and bv virtue or the power and authority
granted to us In and by the same, w e shall on the
loth day of April. A. D.. IKSO. at 1(1 o'clock in the
forenoon of that day. at the front door of the court
house in the City of Cairo. County of Alexander
and Stute of Illinois, sell at pubiic auction, to the
highest bidder for cash, the premlsss described lu
suid mortgagedeed as tbe north half ('il of the
north west t'. i ol section thirty-one ell) In township
sixteen (l(i) range one 1 1 1 west, exept forty i V)
aires ollol the east end of suid north half i' y. situ
ated in the Comity if Alexander and Stute of Illi
nois, and all right and equity of redemption of the
said Hoicome Miirniyand the said Jane Murray his
wile, the.r heirs and assigns therein.
DAY IDT. LIN'KGAR A. JOHN H. MULKEY,
Dated at Cairo, lilt., this the Mil day ol March,
A. D.. ItNl.
Wl..inu i.v a i.itiitn bull, ttiurf ,.u ... l,(ririn'f
date the Fifteenth day of August A.D., IH',M. ami
recorded in tlie iieeonier s oiiic c ot Aiexnnuer
I'.. ., In m,,l...,f llll,,u III Vi.llll .1" l.t
deeds, on page is!. Isaac I'urtibiiker and Eliza
A. MirnnaKer. nis wne, din convey 10 me miner
signed, the following described real estate, situate
in the County of Alexander. State cf Illinois, ti
u'it. I ,niiilwiil lilit lUi III nilliil1f..,it
four 4) in the City of Cairo, according to tbe re
cordi d map or pliit of said city; which suid con-
vejancc was in morigago 10 secure me payment
at maturity of certain promissory notes therein
tiimitliitii.H iinf.n Hi., liiKt nf wlili-ti TiriimLsiirv
notes there now reinultm due and payable the sum
01 I wenty uve uiiuurro. uoioirs, w nu ten perccin.
Interest per annum thereon from llie Fifteenth day
of August. A. D., 1W7.
XI..... l......r..M.. .,!... Id luiri.liv ,.l..t ti... .,
ond by virtue and III pursuance of the terms and
coniiinous oi suio nine uiorigiige, i, uiu uimersigu
ed, will on
MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF APRIL, A. I)..
ot the hour of two o'clock p. m., of that day. nt Ibe
Court House door, In the City of Cairo, Alexander
Comity. Illinois, sell the real estate above describ
ed, at public, vendue to tho highest bidder for rush,
in hund, und will execute to llie puri huser u deed
therefor ROIIKRT 11. CUNNINGHAM.
Cairo. Ills.. March lid, Ihwi, Mortgagee.
Green It Gilbert, Attorneys
EHTATK OP millEIIICK WIIITCAMP, IlKCKAsKO.
Tho undersigned, having been appointed admin
istrator of the etato of Frederick Whltcamp, latu
of the county of Alexander and statu of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear hit
fore the county court of Alexander count v. at thii
Court House In Cairo at tliu May term, on I he third
Monday in May next, nt which time all persons
having claims against, said estate am notified and
requested to olteiJ for tho purpose of having the
lama adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate
aro requested to make immediate payment to tho
undersigned. K, FITV.U KHALI),
Dated this 201b day of March. A. D. 1HN),
Hamburg American racket Company's
Weekly Lino of Steamships
Leaving Ncvf York every Thursday nt 9 P. M.
FOR ENGLAND, FRANCE AND GERMANY.
Ticket to ond from Europe at lowest rotes. For
pussagu apply to O, II. RICHARD A CO., General
Passenger Agents, (II Broadway, Now York, or to
11. WEILS, Cairo, Ills.
LIFE ASSUEANCE SOCIETY
TONTINES AND ALL OTHER POPULAR FORMS OF
ASSETS, ' -LIABILITIES,
SURPLUS Over SEVEN MILLION DOLLARS
(No l'remlum Notes.)
All Polices Incontestable After Bfinr in Force Three Years.
INCREASE OF ASSETS DURING YEAR 187U, OVER
TWO MILLION DOLLAKS,
15. A.. BUBTSTETT. AKent,
The Great Carriage Manufacturing House of the World.
Top 13ugne.s and Phaetons.
15cst material, good workmanship, ImmUoino styles, strong ami
durable vehicles in every respect,
Manufactured by EMERSON, FISHER & CO., are now in use
in every part of the American Continent.
Tlicy give unfailing satisfaction. All their work is warranted, They nave received
tebtiinoniiils from all purts ol the country of purport similar to the following, hundreds
of which are on file euhject to inspection:
MiwrH. Kmkumin Fihiikh X, C o. ! uai.va. It.i.., July Ifl. lKTtl.
1 huvti tiHi'd oiib if your Tup liniruk'ii throo yrnr, find llirno of them two yvtrn In my llvrrv niiiblo,
ond tin')' liuvu kIvuu " perfect mliMiictlou aud aru lu coUHtimt imu.i OSCAK hii ALLEY .
Mcmrn. CnrrwK Joiiskom.: . Nkwiihiiuv. 8. , July 17. isrft.
Di'itr Slrio l liuvc liei'O unlriRtho EuiiTcnn Unhor Biippy I lutturlit from you nn roughly I mp
iioku hh iiiiv one could. 1 hud B iHHt Iiokh, ilrovii III in nt full pummI, Kometlmi'ti with two irrowii hulk nnd
invHiilfin the lniwy. nail it li! to-dMjr worliwl the niouuy I jiuld for it. I hiiv tho Kmi'mnn .Klhor
Hi'ifKlcs will Uo. A. SI. TKAOL'E, Farmer.
Tho favorable reputation tho Curriagcs have made in localities where they have been
used frr several years by Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers and others requiring hard and
constant uho, has led to an inci-eaaod, demand from thoso localities, to meet which tho
manufacturing facilities of their mammoth establishment liavo been extended, enabling
them now to turn out in good style,
360 Carriages a "Week.
EMERSON, FISHER & CO.'S
Corner Twelfth Street.
CARRIAGES ARE THE BH 1ST