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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
we are authorized to announce GEORGE K.
OLMSTED as a candidate for Police Magistrate,
at the ensuing municipal election.
Ex-Goveii.noh Seymol'u expresses tlic
opinion that the Chicago convention will
not nominate ex-President Grant. The
only effective coinmment wo can make upon
this prediction is that Mr. Seymour has
been out of politics so long that "he
doesn't know." Had Tilden been the au
thor of the prediction we should have re
spected it, and had our few doubts of
Democratic success entirely dissipated.
The reduction of the tax upon tobacco,
the St. Louis Republican innocently asser
vates, has greatly increased the consump
tion of that article. The Republican has
arrived at this conclusion ' because of the
increase of revenue from that source. The
reduction has simply removed the chief
obstacle to an honest payment of the tax,
and the government is realizing, therefore,
greatly improved and much closer collec
tion. I hw place in congress Mr. Garfield de
clansdT the other day, that the federal elec
tion law, to the operatir-n of which the
Democrats were so hostile, were, in many
respenta, very objectionr.Me. He urged,
therefore, that they be so amended as to
secure thii appointment of the marshals
and supervisors through the L'nire 1 States
judaps, taking an eml n:ira':r from
either parry. The Derax.rit.4 applauded
MrGarf.uld. Th rt'.-puWieias didn't.
The.es. is so much of fiY-ndiihness in the
latest plot fA the Nihilists against the life
of the czar that the most merciless of our
communists withhold their sympathy.
"Word reaches us that the dialolical plot
involves the introduction into the czar's
reading apartments of the American non
explosive kerosene lamp' Really brave
. men are usually willing to accord the most
inveterate of their foes a little chance for
their lives, but this scheme menus inevita
A MJiUKtT of the our, named Jiurtmann,
domiciled in France, (where he knows he
is safe from Russian clutches; in a style of
very ardent self-glorification, confesses that
lie was in the plot to send the body and
bouI of the czar sky wards, by blowing up
the railroad trmn upon which ''his majes
ty" was riding near. Moscow. The arrant
coward and miserable fraud was not, us is
now known, on the territory of Russia at
that time. And the despicable blow-hard
now talks of spending the balance ol his
days in the United States. If he comes
here, wc hope ho can't swim and will bo
kicked into the Atlantic ocean three min
utes alter his arrival, or us soon as possible
after somebody has had time to tell him
we don't want him.
' fHE "MONROE DOCTRINE," AND
THE PANAMA CANAL.
t Tho Monroe dotriuc, as it is called, was
Mt forth in two passages ot tho annual
Message of President Monroe in 18J.
The words are these:
"We owo it, therefore, to candor and to
. (ha amicable relations existing between the
United Btatcs-And tuow powers European 1
to declaro that we should consider any at
tempt on their part to extend their system
to any portion of this hemisphere us dan
gerous to our peace and safety. With the
existing colonies or dependencies of any
Kuropean power we have not interfered
and shall not interfere, uut witn tne gov
erumehts who have declared their independ
ence and maintained it, and whoso inde
pendence wo have ou great consideration
and on just principles acknowledged, wo
could not view any interposition for the
purposo of oppressing them of controlling
in any other manner their destiny, by any
Kuropean power, in any other light than as
a manifestation of an unfriendly disposition
toward tho United Statos."
This was in reference to Spanish America
and tho Holy Alliance. In the same mes
sage, referring to the negotiation with Rus
sia about boundaries upon this continent,
President Monroe said :
"In the discussion to .which this interest
has given rise, tho occasion has been judged
proper for asserting as a principle in which
the rights and interests of tho United States
are involved, that the American continents,
bv the free and independent condition
which they have assumed and maintain,
are henceforth not to be considered as sub
jects for future colonization by any Euro
And these two extracts comprise, in its
length and breadth, the much-talkcd-of
"Monroe doctrine" at best but a presideu
tial utterance that remained unsanctioned
by congressional endorsement for many
years. But, be that as it may, our best
authorities declare that the construction of
the Panama canal, through a use of private
capital, cannot be held as an act in con
tempt of the "Monroe doctrine." Professor
Woolsey, of the Yale Law School, says:
"that until the French government tries,
through the canal, to constrain the people
of Columbia iu their choice of government,
the Monroe doctrine has no applicability in
the matter, and should not be referred to
in connection with it." Quite all of our
able law writers, who have dealt with the
subject, concur with Prof. Woolsey. But
Persident Hayes (if we may use a homely
phrase) "takes the bull directly by the
horns." He says, not in the general terms
of Monroe, but4very explicitly,"the policy of
this country is a canal under American con
trol. The United States cannot consent to
the surrender of this control to any Euro
pean power or to any combination of Euro
pean powers. No European power can in
tervene for such protection without adopt
ing measures on this continent which the
United States would deem wholly inadmis
sible." To all of which the American people re
spond "Amen," most heartily.
THE OLD EXPERIMENT WITII JAN UAH Y AND
MAY ANOTHEIt SOCIAL SENSATION.
VOHCE I.N 1II01I OFFICIAL LIFE.
From our Regular Correspondent .
Washington, March 21st, 1880.
Washington is never quite without a so
cial sensation with a woman in the case,
and this winter has been more prolific of
sensations than usual. A son of an Ala
bama sensator has figured in one, a Georgia
senator has appeared in another, and now
ex-Senator Christiancy, United States Min
ister to Peru, and his young wife are unen
vlably conspicuous in a third. Everybody
remembers the first appearance of the ven
erable lookiug sexagenarian, who came into
the senate chamber about four years
ago, as the representative of
reform within the party,
as a supposed moral antithesis of his pre
decessor. The appearance of the judge of
the supreme court of Michigan in the seat
formerly occupied by Mr. Chandler was
hailed by many as a most hopeful
political prognostic. His political carrier
has been brief and romantic. Simultane
ous with his entrance into the senate was
hia registry at a cheap boarding house. The
landlady had a young and pretty daughter.
Almost every landlady iu Washington has
one or two, but this one was .remarkably
pretty. It was the meeting ot the "ruler of
the queen's nuvee" and Josephine, with a
very different sequel. Society was rife
with gossip about tlio courtship and the
marriage that followed fast upon it. The
landlady's daughter became Mrs. Senator,
etc., nnd her former associates
in tho treasury department told with
envy how slie had been called upon
by Mrs. Secretary f State Fish, and all the
ladies in oilicial and diplomatic circles.
The marriage gave tho venerable senior
and additional notoriety boom, and for a
few weeks he was tho cynosure of the sen
ate gallaries, as ho walked back and forth
in the open space behind tho chairs, his
hands clasped behind him, a stoop-shouldered,
picturesque reply to the question:
"Can the old love?" The outwurd appear
ance of martial tolerance were kept up for
a year or two. The wedded pair were sel
dom seen together, except at breakfast ut
the Imperial hotel, when transient drum
mers stared at thu pretty blonde, or made
bolder efforts to get acquainted with the
old man's grand-daughter. Mrs. Chris
tiancy's almost constant companion was
her young step-son, a handsome youth of
A few iuonths after tho senator resigned
Mid wont as minister to Peru, Mrs. Chrla-
tiaucy followed him, but iu a very short
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH
timo was' seen again in Washington, and
now tho newspapers aro rife with rumors of
divorce suits. Mrs. Chmtiancy especially
has gone into print, having beou most free
and bounteous of audience with interviews,
charging her husband with drunkeness,
personal violence, and with tho sale ot his
his seat iu the senate to his successor for a
money consideration. The minister to
Peru is expected to arrivo in a few days,
when it is said that he will file a bill for
divorce. Mrs. Christiancy says that she
expects to apply for a divorce, and then
will, in all probability, 60on bo a suit that
will rival tho Oliver-Cameron affair in
scaudulous details. . From her statements
to reporters, it appears that Mrs. Chris
tiancy will rely chiefly on charges of cruel
ty and violence alleged to have taken place
during their six-months' residence in Peru.
These, owing to the great distance, will of
course be somewhat difficult of proof.
Mr. Christiancy's case has not yet been de
veloped, he has not reached into print, and
is, perhaps, too old a lawyer to be nervous
about the pre-judgement of popular opin
ion. "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
lty. This reputation lias 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 $.100 for a case of catarrh
that it would not cure. Sold by druggists.
Don't wait until you are sick before trying
Carter's Little Liver Pills, but get a vial at
once. You can't take them without bene
fit. A Good Housewife. The gwd house
wife, when she is giving her house its
spring renovating, shold bear in mind tlmt
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., Makshall,
Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the atllicted upon "JO days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
WoKKiSfiMEN. Before you begin heavy
spring work after a winter of relaxation,
your system needs cleansing and strength
ening to prevent an attacta of ague, bilious
or spring fever, or some other spring sick
ness that will unfit you for a season's work.
You will save time, much sickness great
expense if will use one bottle ot
Hop Bitters in your family this month.
Don't wait. Burlington Hawkeyc.
"Few of the Ills ok Like" are more
prevalent and distressing than bilious dis
orders. The symptoms are low spirits.
want of energy, restlessness headache, no
appetite, sallow skin, costiveness and other
ailments which show the liver is iu the
proper way to do it is to use "Dr. Swayne's
Tar and Surasparilla Pills." Their effect
on the liver and blood is wonderful, re
moving pimples and all eruptions, leaving
tho complexion fair and fresh as in youth.
Price SI cents a box of thirty Pills, or five
boxes for $1.00. Sent by mail on receipt
of price, by Dr. Swayne it Son, 3:10 North
Sixtli street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
Washinoton, D.C., Jan. 10, 1880.
II. H. Wahnkh k Co. Deah Sih:-I
write to say that af'tsr having taken your
Safe Pills and finding them Nil that is
claimed for them in your circular, I cheer
fully recommend them as the best pills in
the market. Joseph 1'ratJier, 409 M. street
Washington, I). (.'.
45 YEAKS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remeiiy "for all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, an.l all Billions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Hudaclic, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUI3 AND FKVKK.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequalcd
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine aro never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on tho lid
with tho impression, McLank'h Livkh Pill.
Each wrapper bears tho signttures of C.
McLanr and Flhmino linos.
J-ff"Insist upon having tho genuine Du.
C. McLane's Livkh Pili.k, pruparod by
FLEM1M0 BROS., rittslurtfh, Pa.
tho market being full of imitations of tho
uamo Mi Lank, spoiled differently but same
Ml'Tl'AL AID BOCIKTY ,
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE 1NSUR
; ANCE COMPANIES.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organiml July 14th, 1877, Under the
Laws of the State of Illinois.
(,'opprighted July 9, 1877, undtr
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTON, Pkesident.
Man. A. V. TAYLQIl,
J. A. GOLPSTISE,
Dh. J.J. GORDON,
THOMAS LEWIS, .
HOARD OK MANAGERS:
J. J. GORDON, I'hvplciau Cairo, 111
,Mr. A. F. TAYLOR, BuiiertnU'UtU-nl of
Schools, Alexander County " "
J. A. liOLDSl INK. ol Uoldxtinc A Itox
enwatiT. Wholcvalu mid Retail Dealers
In Stuple and Fancy Dry UuotU " '
N. B. TIUSTLEWOOD. of Hinklo &
Thistlewood. CommWion Mercbantit,
Cotton md Tobacco Factor" " '
S. D. AYkES, ol'Ayres & Co., C'uuiwie-
clon Merchants . . " "
THOMAS LEWIS, Insurance Manager
and Attorney at L,w " '
WM. STKATTON of htratton Jc Bird
Wholesale Grocers . ' '
GEO. M. ALDER, Commimion Mer
chant, 78 Ohio Levee " '
JAS. 8. RKARDEN. Apelit Mlssltsijijil
Valley Transport ttlon Comuany " "
CIIAS. R. ST CART. Wholesale and Re
tail Dry Goods and Notions " "
EDWARD A. BLDER. Manufacturing
Jewler and Wholesale dealer In Watch-
maker's Tools and Materials " "
CHAKLES LANCASTER, Lancaster &
Rice, Lumber Dealers
V. O. FATIEK, C. O. Paticr A. Co,
Wholesale and Retail Merchants " "
Rev. B.Y. GEORGE, Fastor Frctbrterlau
Church " "
J. C. WHITE, Insurance Agent ' "
G. W. McKE AID, Fostmaster ' '
S. F. WHEELER, Attorney and Counsel
or at Lav...um . "
Mas. LOIISA KISHBAl'K " "
OCAK HAYT1I H.N, Wholeale and
Retail Boots-Shoes aud Drv Goods '
A.J. BIRD, Merchant and fiteamboat
ll'roprietor " "
WILLIAM KLVGE. (Jeneral Menh'dise " "
P. G. SCHl'H, Wholesale and Retail
Dnieeist. " '
J. T. RKNN'IE. Foundry and Machinist.. ' "
ALBERT LEWIS " "
Mks. L. A. HOWARD, Boarding House.. ' "
W. F. PITCHER, Insurance Agent ' "
A. II ALLEY, Dealer in Stovte, Tin and
Hardware " '
E. W. I, KEEN, Green, Wood & Bennett
Millers " "
II. F, POTTER, Editor ahd Publisher
Arnua-Journal Mound Citv, "
Mnt. S. A. AYERS Villa Rlriu-. "
A. J. FRENCH, Former Bird Point, Mo
Whereas, llolcome Murray and Jane Murray, his
wife, of the County of Alexander and State of Illi
nois, by their certain mortgaee deed dated the
Twentieth day ot January A, D. ls'.ti, and duly re
corded in toe ofllce of the recorder of deeds of
Alexander Comity, Illinois, In book "Z" of sale
mortuuires on raise did Kraut, bargain, sell, re-
mile. alien, and couvey unto ns. the ondersltniea,
David T. Linear and John II . Mnlkey, as mortga
gees, thu laud and premises hereinafter described,
to secure tte payment of one curtain promissory
note of even date therewith executed by the said
Hoicome Murray and the said Jane Murray tons,
the said David T. Llnegar and the said John 11.
Mulkev. for the sum of one hundred dollars, pay
able ninety days after date, with interest at the rate
of ten ner cent. ner annum, from (late until paid.
and pirtlcularly desciibed in said mortgage deed:
and. whereas, there is now uue mm unpaid on saiu
note the sum of fifty dollars w ith interest thereon
from ihe date of said note; now. therefore, default
havlngboen made in the payment of said note and
interest thereon, public notice is hereby given that
in pursuance of 'he provisions of said uiortguue
deed, and bv virtue or t lie power and authority
granted to ns In and bv the same, we shall on the
Kith day of April. A. iswl. at 10 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 State 01 Illinois, sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder for cash, the premises Oes. rliieti in
said mortgage deed as ihu north half C'j i of the
north west ('4l ol scot Ion thlrty-ouclSll in township
sixteen iH'o range one (1) wes't, except forty ( Ki)
acres oil of tli e east end of said north liulf ( '.j. situ
ated in the County of Alexander and Mate of Illi
nois, and all riglit'iiud equity of redemption of the
said llolcome Murray and thw-aid Jane Murray Ills
wife, the.r heirs ond'asslgnclherein.
DAVID T. LINEGAH & JoIIN 1!. Mt'LKEY,
Dated at Cairo, Ills., this' the !th day of March,
A. P.. lrw.
Whereas, by a certain sale mortgage, bearing
date Hie Fifteenth day of August A. D.. and
recorded iu the ltccorder's otllce of Alexander
County, in the State of Illinois. In volume V of
deeds, on page 4KJ. Isaac r arnbakcr and Eliza
A. Fnrnhaker, his wife, did convey to the under
signed, the following described real estate, situate
In the County of Alexander, State i f Illinois, t -wit
: Lot numbered eight (H In block numbered
lour (41 in the City of Cairo, according to the re
corded map or pbit of said city ; which said con
veyance was In mortgage to secure the payment
at' maturity of certain promissory notes therein
mentioned; upon the last of which promUsory
notes there now remains due and payable Ihe sum
n' Twenty-five hundred dollars, with ten percent,
interest per annum thereon from the Fifteenth day
ofAugust.A. II., 1HTT.
Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given thai under
and bv virtue and in pursuance of the terms and
conditions of sulci sale mortgage, I, the undersign
ed, will on
MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF APRIL, A.D..
at the hour of two o'cloc k p. m .. of that duv, at the
Court House door. In the City of Cairo, Alexauiler
Colii.iy. Illinois, sell the real estate above descib
c d. i.t public vendue to the highest bidder for cash,
in hand, and will execute to the purchaser a deed
therefor ROBERT H . CL NMN'i.HAM.
Cairo. Ills . March tid, IHHII. Mi;rti;iigce.
Green & Gilbert, Attorneys.
ESTATE or KIIKDKHICK WIIITCAMP, DECEASED.
The undesigned, having been appointed admin
istrator of the estate of Frederick whllcamp, late
of the county of Alexander and stale of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear het
fore the county court of Alexander county, at the
Court House In Cairo at I lie May term, ou the third
Monday Iu May next, at which time all persons
having claims against salil estate are notified and
requested to attend for Ihe purpose of having the
same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate payment to the
undersigned. R. FlTZli KHALI).
Dated this 20th day of March, A. D. lHHrt.
CONSTITUTION WATER !
40 C0NS11TUT10N WATER
TIIltKK TIMKH A DAY.
CURRH BRIOHI'H DISEASE, INFLAMMATION,
OF TUB KIDNEYS, STONE IN THE BLAD
DER, CATARRH OF Til K, BLADDER OLKKT,
D1AUKTKH. (lltAVKL. BRICK-DDER DEPOSIT,
Female Complaints a Hpeclullty,
For tale by all Drugging, Send for circular.
MORGAN & ALLEN. &U JoluiSt.,N.Y.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
TONTLNES AND ALL OTHER TOPl'LAIl FORMS OF
All Polices Incontestable After Ik'ic in Force Time Years.
INCREASE OF ASSETS DURING YEAR 18T!, OVER
TWO MILLION DOLLARS.
E. A. BUKNETT. Agent,
The Great Carriage Manufacturing' House of the World.
Top Bugaio'S and Phaetons,
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durable vehicles in every ret-pet t.
Manufactured by EMERSON, FISHER & CO., are now in use
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They give unfailing satisfaction. All their work is warranted, They nave received
testimonials from all parts of tho country of purport wmilar to tho following, hundreds
of which arc on file subject to inspection :
Mu-foM. EmkkhoN FiHiiKtiACn.: ('ai.va, Ii.i.h July W. Wilt.
I Imvu hkimI owi of yuiirTop Iiii!irl''o tlin-o yearn, mill tlnce of tlii'in two yrir In my fivi'ry edible,
a tid thuy liuvu Ktvcu me perfect (utiffuctlou mill nro Iu cotiutunt uhc.J OtjlAll SSI ALLEY.
Mwrn. CorrocK Joiinkon.: .,,., N'kmhy. 8. t, July 17, IM'fl.
Dciir Mlr:--I Irnvo bwn iielnR tUo Emcrnnn Flnhrr Tltipy I boiiilit from you an roughly I ii
no(c ii h iiny olio could. I bud flint bol w. (Irovn bliu Kt full npund, noiuel linen with Iwn grown iMiJbm mill
iuvHclf In tlio huiriry, and It lit toduy wor.b kll Hie tuoury 1 puld lor It. I my I tin K":'"on A Kiuhcr
lluKle will do. JLACLJ!.,Iurmor.
Tho favorable reputation the Carriages have matlo in localities where they havo been
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constant use, has led to an increased demand from those localities, to meet which tho
manufacturing fi'cilitieB of their mammoth establishment huvo been extended, enabling
them now to turn out lii good style,
36.0 Carriages' a "Week.
EMERSON, FISHER & CO.'S
SEVEN .MILLION DOLLARS
(No l'rrmiura Notci.)
Corner Twelftlr Street.
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