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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 28. 18S0.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COCNTT.
we are authorized to announce OEORfiF. F,.
OLMSTED a a candidate for Police Magistrate,
at the ensuing municipal election-
The hateful sunn of the Louisville Courier-Journal
says that Massachusetts has
7,.r00 divorces for 2.)0,0b0 marriages. The
7.500 divorces are not so much to be won
dered at a? the fact that, considering the
looks of the Massachusetts girls, there
t-hou!d he 250,000 marriages.
The New York Times thinks that Gov
ernor Palmer was converted from Republi
canism to Democracy by the Chicago fire.
This is not unlikely. At that time a puri
fying process of less seventy than fire,
would scarcely hare, fitted a Republican for
decent Democratic fellowship.
JTx-Uov. Robinson, of New York, ex
presses the belief that the continued oppo
sition ol the Kelly faction will insure the
nomination of Tilden, in the Cincinnati
convention. Gov. Robinson is not the au
thority, in that matter, that will win the
people's respect. lie might have recalled
Lis own experience, and added that the
tame influence would go far toward defeat
ing Mr. Tilden, in the event of his nomina
tion; but Gov. Robinson did not choose to
lx! entirely honest in ttie matter.
Ik the report telegraphed from 'Washing
ton, to the effect that Hen Hill has taken
out a warrant for the ai rett of Jussic Ray
mond, because she is persecuting him and
threatens his life, be true, then has Hen
Hill made a great ass of himself. He has
accorded the mischievous and designing fe
male the very opportunity to which all her
effort seemed to point the opportunity to
meet hint face to face tliat she may te.ir
away the dam, and let her verbal deluge
overwhelm him. Ben 1 1 i 1 1 is a man of
brains, but he is singularly lucking in dis
cretion. We now have it that Logan's Fitz John
Porter speech was written by Judge Holt.
It is a iittle too lale in the day to deny to
Logan the brains to write his rwn speeches.
During his past ten years in congress he
maintained a standard of intelligence far
above the average; and that Buch a man is
now driven to shabby-genteel Bohemians
or anybody else for brains to deal with
the important issues between the parties,
will not be believed, though asserted by
every Democratic paper in the country.
Let us have an end of such "!iddle-fad
Tab Springfield Journal, one of the
fiercest and most uncompromising Repub
lican papers of the state, is of the opinion
that "the Democracy might go a great deal
farther and Tire a great deal worse than to
. nominate John II. Oberly for governor. It
it hardly expected," continues the Journal,
4'that1he convention will do so discreet
and decent thing." Tuk Buli.kti n
would, of course, be greatly pleased wit!
Mr. Oberly 'a nomination, but, unlike the
Ju'irnalj it believes the convention will do
the "discreet and decent thinjr," let it noni-
. jnate whom it may.
. . . . . t 111.
' The Springfield Journal, in a very adroit
effort to make Judge Trumbull "feel bad"
over the txhibiton of political honesty he
has made, declares that if the
judge had remained true to
his fuimer political . convictions
"he would either have been an occupant of
the white hou-e, before this time, or a
prominent condidate for that position." We
esteem Judge Trumbull as one of the few
men of the day who, like the lamented
Clay, would "rather be right than be pres
ident;'1 but we yield much, nevertheless, to
the force of the Journal's assevatiou. If
Judge Trumbull had outraged his con
science and lived a lie by adheieing to
that which he knew to be wrong and
mischievous, he would, indeed, have been
regarded as a most eligible Republican
candidate for the presidency.
We recently tarried several weeks in
southern Ohio, and were astonished at the
favor in which Hon. James G. Blaine's can-,
didacy for the presidency was everywhere
received. Now and then a federal office
holder expressed a preference for Sherman,
but the great majority ol Republican voters,
including the more intelligent and influen
tial, were earnest and outspoken in their
advocacy of the claims of Blaine. We in
dulge in no exaggeration when we say that
more than three-fourths of the Republicans
of southern Ohio prefer Blaine to Sherman.
This, under the lah of the Cincinnati Ga
zette and other suborned sheets in the ser
vice of Sherman, was surprising to us; but
the fact is undeniable, nevertheless, that, it
the sentiment of southern Ohio is truly
voiced in Chicago, it will be overwhelm
ingly for Blaine.
Chk aooans are moving among them
selves with the hope of moving the stittc
and general governments to the appropria
tion of from eight to ten millions of dol
lars, for a ship canal, connecting Chicago,
through the Illinois river, with the Father
ol Waters. The chief uiui is to pour the
sewerage of Chicago into the Mississippi
river the subordinate purpose, to establish
cheap business communication with St.
Louis and the cities of the south. The
canal, if built, is to be of sufficient ca
pacity to f. oat the propellers that navigate
Lake Michigan. The l'njuid offal of Chi
cago will furnish a stream, it is thought, of
ample width and depth, for all the com
mercial ends that are, in contemplation:
but how tamely or how resentfully the peo
ple of Peoria. St. Louis and the towns be
low, will deai with this project to dduge
them with filth, remains to be seen.
Thk Carmi Times, a Republican sheet,
desires to be Informed when Tom Ridgeway
proposes to stop "yielding to the solicita
tions of his friends to become a candidate
for office." The Times is intensely disgust
ed with "Tom's" capacity for yielding, mid
declares that his present candidacy tor gov
ernor is in the interest of Governor Cu'.lotn
has no other purpose than to keep the
support of southern Illinois from Cullom's
strongest competitor. While we are un
willing to acknowledge the truth, aud are
unable to see the lorce of the last allega
tion, it is probably true, as the
Times further alleges, that U'ulgn-
way is not "half as strong" as he used to
be, and stands no more chance for the nom
ination than does, Brick Pomeroy's rundi"
date, for election to the presidency of the
United States. The Times hopes to secure
the nomination of a Southern llliuois man
for lieutenant-governor, and with much
earnestness is pressing the claims of Hon.
Robert Bell, of Mt.Carmel.
HriTiiufAN newspapers are calling upon
prominent Democrats to deny that Tilden
p;.id them huge Bums of money for ex
penses incurred in his nlleged effort to buy
what was already his own- the presidency
of the I'nited States. When these Repub
lican editors show that General Grunt did
net, when u mere boy, smother his grand
mother under circuiustanccN most alro
iouHly cruel, because she placed the jam
beyond his reach; that Hon. James O
Blaino did not scuttle a Portland oyster
boat aud drown four of the sleeping oyster
men, and afterwards spend seven years In
Texas to avoid prosecution when thia Is
shown, and further, when it is shown tliut
John Sherman did not rob his father of
$3,000 the lust cent in the old man's
It is not improbable Unit uanuoipii
county will urge upon our Democratic
congressional convention, with much zeal
an'd pertinacity, the nomination of Hon.
William llartell. While The BnxitTis
is, first, last and all the time, for Hon. Tom
llalliday, and believes, with a faith that
cannot be shaken, that lie is stronger than
his party and could be elected, yet, should
the convention put Mr. Ilartzell in nomi
nation, wo would lend to him cheerful,
persistent and zealous support. He served
the people of his district most industriously
and satisfactorily, and having a proper ap
preciation of the needs of the situation, he
would doubtless go into th canvass with a
full determination and the sole . pui pose
locker, and then murder the only witness
of the robbery when all these things are
shown to be untrw, it will be eminently
proper for Republican editors t demand
denials of the moral crookedness they
maliciously charge to presidential aspirants
on the Democratic side. Then, but not un
"O1.0 Rki.iahi.e." There are many re
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ease, Chronic. Nasal Catarrh, but none
which have given general satisfaction and
becom acknowledged standard preparations
except Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. 1 1 con
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through the permanent cures w hich it has
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HON. JOHN II. OBERLY.
Krom the SanKuinuii .Monitor.
The name of this gentleman has been
tjuite frequently brought before the people
of this state in connection with the office of
governor. We do not peremptorily de
mand the Democratic party of the great
state of Illinois to nominate him, but we
will say to them, in the spirit of candid
conviction, you will risk nothing in canvass
ing the question of bis nomination in an
unprejudiced manner if desirous to do a
popular tiling with the voting people of the
state. We don't wish to be dictatorial, but
recognizing' in this "man from the people"
many of these attributes so desirable in a
candidate to win, we ask for him a fair
trial before the bar of the great Demo
cratic party of this state.
John II. Oberly has "gone all the gaits"
which men must go in this land of the free
to secure name ami fame among his fellow
freemen. He has traveled the beaten path
of the apprentice, jogged along in the
rough and rugged road of the journeyman
printer, entered the endless entanglements
ot editorial life, and waded through it
with a well preserved scalp and a record
that emblazons as much brilliancy as any
ot his brethren..
John II. Oberly is no ordinary man. He
has a head ot his own, a heart that beats in
unison with his fellow man. a hand to help,
and one never found reluctant to reach his
"last red" and share with those who, like
himself, have tasted the butteries bread ot
life. His moral status is good, his intellec
tual capacity expansive and clear,
his heart throbs in unison with the
masses, and his popularity with the
toiling millions a fact beyond any question.
These are qualities of head and heart,
earned by the steady steps in the right
direction, and marks him as the most
promising of the progressive Democrats ot
the state. It is such a candidate the De
mocracy want when going before ' the
people of this state to win a governor. He
can voice his principles as fearelessly as the
most fearless, and if nominated by the
Democrats would raise the arm and hat of
every brawny son of toil in the state from
Chicago to Cairo. The compliment to the
working masses would be received with
deafening huzzas, and his majority counted
bv the thousands. Will vott take-him?
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UKTUAGEE S sale.
Whereas, Holeome Murray and .laue Murray, his
wile, of the County of Alexander and State ot Illi
nois, by their certain mortgage deed duted the
Twentieth day ol January A. 1). IHTfi, and duly re
corded In tae office of the recorder of deeds of
Alexander County. Illlnol, In book "JC" of sale
mortgage on page :W, did grant, bargain, ell. re
miH. alien, and convey nnto us. the undersigned,
David T. Linegnraud Johu It. .Mulkey, in mortga
gees, the land and premise hereinafter il-( rlln-d,
to pec ure tte payment of one curtaiu promissory
noteof even date therewith executed hy the said
Holeome MurniY and the ald Jnne .Murray to 11.
the said David t. Linegar and the culil John II.
Mtiikev, for the sum of one hundred dollars, pay
able ninety (lays after dute. with interest at the rate
of ten per cent, per annum, from date until paid,
and particularly described iu aid mortgage deed;
and, whereas, there ia now due and unpaidou said
note the sum ot lift y dollars with interest thereon
from the date of said note; uow. therefore, default
having been made in the payment of said note and
interest thereon, public notice is berebv given that
In pursuance of he provisions of said mortgage
deed, and by virtue of the power and authority
granted to ns In and lv the same, we shall on the
loth day of April. A. 1). isso. at Hi o'clock in the
forenoon of that day, at the trout door of the court
bouse In the City of Cairo, County of Alexander
and State of Illinois, sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder for cash, the premise described in
said mortgage deed as the north hall't1 , 1 of the
north west of section thirty-uneiai 1 iu township
sixteen llli' range one (1 1 wet, except forty (4tn
acres ofl of the east end of said north half i. situ
ated in the County ofAlexanilet and State of Illi
nois, and allr.''bt and equity of redemption of the
said Holeome Murray hik! the said Jane Murray his
wife, the.r heirs and assigns therein.
DAVID T. I.INE.AKA JOHN II. MH.KEY.
Duted at Cairo. Ills., this the jib dav of March,
Whereas, hy a certalu sale mortgage, bearing
date the Fifteenth day of August A. I., ls: i, aud
recorded in the Recorder's office of Alexander
Countv. iu the State of Illinois, iu volume 4" of
deeds, on page 4S-;. Isaac Fambaker and Ell.a
A. Farnhaker. his wife, did convey to the under
signed, the following described rejil estate, situate
In the Countv of Alexander. State of Illinois, to
wit: Lot numbered eight (8) In block numbered
four (4) In the City of Cairo, according to the re
corded map or plu't 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 promissory
Dote there now remains due and payable the sum
of Twenty-five hundred dollars, with ten percent,
interest per annum thereon from the Fifteenth day
or August. A. Ii., ls"17.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that uuder
and hy virtue and in purume of the terms and
conditions ol said salt- mortgage, I, the undersign
ed, will on
MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF APRIL. A D .
at the hour of two o'clock p. m . of that day. at the
Court House door. In the City of ( airo, Ah xander
Countv, Illinois, sell the real estate above describ
ed, at public vejiilueto the highest bidder for cash,
in hand, and will execute to tin' purchaser u deed
therefor ROBERT II. CI NNIN.HAV.
Cairo. Ills . March Sd. Isni. .Mortgagee.
(irc en A- (iilbert. Attorneys
DMIN 1ST II A TOR'S NOTICE.
KsTATK OK UZZIK R II A I.I.I 1 A V , 1M I. molM.
The undersigned, having been appointed admin
istrator with the w ill annexed of the estate of Liz
zie R. llalliday. since Hughe, late of the county
of Alexander and state of lilino's. deceased, hereoy
gives uotice that he will appear before the county
court ol Alexander countv. at the coiirt house in
Cairo it the Mav term, on the third Mumiay in
Mav uext.al w hich time all person having claim
against said estate are notified und reijtieteU to
attend for the purpose of having the same adjusted.
Ali persons indebted to said estate are reipiestcrt
to make immediate payment to the undersigned
' II kn uy L. Hai.i.idav.
Administrator with will tine-, J
Dati d this -.""h day of March. A.I), Jss
Notice is hereby given, that on the Mill dav of
April next, between the hours of 10 o'clock in the
lorenoon and .'i o'clock in the afternoon of said
dav. at the late residence of William O'Callahun.
deceased, in the city of Cairo, county of Alexander,
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niture, bureaus, bedsteads, w ashstuii'.'. heils and
bedding, stoves, cooking utensils, bar flx'-ire.
counter, one cow and other artlcles.'will be sold at
public, sale. Terms of sale cash In hand.
PATRICK Mot KI.KU.
March -Jti. lss'0. Admini'r.itnr.
!)M IN ISTRA TOR'S NOTICE.
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