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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
we are authorized to announce (JEORi'iE E.
OLMSTED as a candidate lor Police Magistrate,
at the ensuing municipal election.
It now appears there was no significance
in the conference between Cameron ami
Conkling at Harrisburg, as has been sup
posed. It is true that Edmunds went with
them, and that he considers himself a presi
dential candidate. But Senator Blaine also
was invited, and could not go, because of
previous engagements. If there was any
Kgnificance in the affair at all therefore, it
uru ictendrd to be ; a renewal of friend
ttip l.ttween the Cameron and Blaine men,
tnd a possible turning over of Cameron's
fctrragth to Blaine alter the expected with
drawal of Grant.
The most malicious, infernal and damna
ble accusation that it was poible for the
unprincipled element among Iiepublicau
newspaper men to conceive, was the ( barge
that Democrats rejoiced over the report that
Grant and bis party had drowned in the
Gclf of Mexico. Tins is apiece with the
charge that Democrats exulted over the as
sassination of Lincoln, and is equally false
and malicious. It, iii view ot the open and
irreconcilable hostility to third-termism,
there is one prominent ll'-publiean in the
country whom the Democrats would prefer
above another as the nominee of the
Chicago convention, that Republican is
General Grant. Hence, if Democrats were
not subject to the impulses of common hu
manity, they would at least save Grant to
6trve as the Republican sacrifice in the
presidential election of next November.
The proposition to tax the people ot
Knox county, Indiana, to build a railroad
from Vinccnncs to Petersburg, was de
feated, a few days ago, by a vote of more
than six to one. The taxpayers ot the
west are learning that county or corporate
railroad subscriptions are a prolific source
of impoverishment; and they are further
learning that where any real public neces
sity for a railroad exists, private capital
will be very apt to provide it. The greiit
fbt burden upon the shoulders of the
property owners of Illinois, to-day,
are the railroad subscriptions, which
under the stimulus of .a great "hurrah,"
and the most gross misrepresentations, they
voted upon themselves. Many counties,
unable to carry the burdens, have cast it
off by means that amount to repudiation,,
others have sought compromises, and no
where are the taxes that have lollowed us
a consequence of the subscriptions, cheer
fully or promptly paid. Hence we limy
assume, that county and city aid to mil
road projects, in the northwestern states,
will be sparingly given in the future; and,
in those localities that have already tasted
that specie cf "Dead sea fruit," will be
' ' THE KEG ALIA OF SCOTLAND.
, It was a damp, lowery morning in tho
year 1050. The mists had settled dank
nd heavy over tho Hcottish hills; and from
the numerous lochs still floated upward a
wet, murky fog-bank, which was as dis
tresiiug to the eye as it was disagreeable
to the skin. From in overhauling rock,
ftloiost inaccessible by the deep and ragged
ravine that ran through it the castle of
Dunottar was scarcely visible; but as the
morning advanced the sua lighted the
Inchest towers, and gradually cleurutj oil
tho mists, It showed the wholu of the huge
fortress standing in its naked roughness
over tho sea. This strong and impregnable
castle was the pride ot Kiucardiueshire,
being the hereditary fortress of the Kerls
Mari.schel, and having proved its capabili
ties ol detense under John Ogilvy, ol
Uarras, who still Hem ins post as governor,
Ou the morning ot which we speak, hue
the thick fog cleared sooner, Oi'ilvy
might have been seen cautiously looking
out 1 rom tnn door that opened on the land
ward side as if eagerly expecting some one
The unxious expression on the governor's
face gave way to one of cheerfulness as he
behold a horse slowly winding nrouud to
tiio hose ol the rock, lie hastily descend
ed the hill, and on arriving at the bottom
he eagerly greeted a lady, whom he helped
to dismount, and accompanied her to the
castle. An hour elapsed before they again
reappeared. In fact, so warm and Iriciidly
was the reception which the governor and
Mrs. Ogilvy gave the lady, that she lin
gered longer than she intended. A table
had been already spread with the bounti
ful remains of a real Scetch breakfast, in
which fish, game and fowl were conspic
uous, and which the truest was urged to
partake ot with much ot hospitality.
John Oglivy, governor ot Dunottar, was
a tall, broad-shouldered, middle-aged man,
with strongly marked features, and a mass
of light hair, which his wife called auburn,
but he termed it red.
Mrs. Ogilvy' was a pretty little woman,
with laughing blue eyes, a bright, hand
some complexion, and a mouth (hat seem
ed only made for smiles.
The" visitor, whom they called Mrs.
Granger, was a noble lady, tall and well
formed, and with au intellectual expression
on ber handsome face that interested tho
beholder at first sight, and w hich a fuller
acquaintance did not disappoint. Her tar
tan riding-dress fitted close to her form,
and hat iormcdof the same material, with
long plumes worn gracefully at the side,
and the long ends of tartan ribbons floating
over the shoulders, was a garb in which
she looked especially well.
Mrs. Granger was the wife of the minis
ter of Kenuitr, a man whose large heart be
spoke him one of God's noblemen. Three
years before he had wooed and won the
daughter of a Scottish laird; and although
born to wealth and honors, Alice Glenburn
had gladly shared the lowly parsonage, a
sweet home, blest with Fergus Granger's
Not even the blockade of the Eng'ish
had prevented the almost daily visits of the
minister of Mrs. Grangers; and frequently
the latter would take over large bundles of
work and stav until her sewing was com
Once or twice the general caused the in
spection of the lady's pretty covered work
basket, laughingly declaring that he only
did it for the pleasure of assisting her to.
mount her steed a shaggy Shetland pony,
not remarkable for his beauty, but sure
footed and vigorous. After this she fear
lessly carried her basket, which was a large
ona, and innumerable packages, of every
shape, and no search was made and no
This day the lady had stopped as usual
at the English encampment, and the gen
eral himself had assisted her to dismount
for a few moments, and to remount.
General Monk was a thorough English
man, oiite and courtly in his manners,
particularly to ladies. The minister's wife
had made quite an impression on his mind,
from her uniform cheerfulness, her fine
horsemanship, and her ladylike demeanor.
On this morning the general had asked
her where her usual bundle of work was,
and received for an answer that she had
left it the day before, ami was now coming
to the castle for it. When, an hour or two
after, he saw her return with a large
bundle, he smiled and pointed to it as she
passed. She also smiled, and, touching the
point of her riding-stick to her pony's
back, she galloped off, inwardly rejoicing
in a fortunate escape.
"There goes a pretty woman,'' said the
general to an officer.
"Is that tho reason you did not search
the big package which she carried.' Me
thinks I have seen a peasant woman under
go a closer scrutiny from your men than
this fair lady was subjected to.''
"Doubtless. You know, Muywood, that
I cannot resist the sirens. I believe that I
should absolutely abandon this, did a
pretty women ask me to."
"I do,uot doubt it in the least, and if the
minister wife was aware of this she would
probably ask you."
The lady by this time was far off among
the hills, and, as she reappeared after being
invisible for a while, they could see her
looking back towards the encampment,
and then urging her steed into a quicker
pace, she was lost from their sight. '
"The minister of Kinneff must be a
happy man," sighed Col. Wilmcr. "That
countenance must shed a bright light over
a dreary Scottish manse among these wild
hills. But general, when do you raise this
siege? Are you not tired of holding watch
over these dogged Scotch Presbyterians
with their 'sour laces, and long, lank
"Not a bit of it, colonel; I rather enjoy
their vexation; and you sen that it is not a
siege that necessarily involves suffering,
and that I am only seeking to make that
stout old gevemor deliver up his castle,
with perfect liberty to take himself out of
the way as soon as he capitulates, even your
soft heart cannot see any great amount ' of
cruelty. But if Mac Connuill Dhu should
get into our hands, it 'would be something
to boast of."
"But this castle what is the idea of con
"For the treasure winch is doubtless con
cealed beneath its arches. Then too, the
regalia, which these Scotchmen value us
they do tlutir passport to heaven! and
which we must, obtuid, peaceably if they
will, but forcibly if we must;.it would be a
feather in our English caps if we could but
The siege continued. The castle was
guarded on every side. The minister's
wife was, after a few days, forbidden to
visit the castle without a search of her per
boii, so that no food should be conveyed,
even in small quantities, to tho inmates.
Tho fact was that Mrs. Granger had
already carried to her friends such pro
visions as could be condensed into small
quantities. Her capacious pockets hidden
iu tho folds of her tartan dress, had held
bottles of wines, packages of portable soup,
ana bags of hard boiled eggs, every time
she had passed tho English cairip. But
now she must discontinue this, or submit
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 18S0.
to bo searched, which she would not.
Day by day tho defeiice grew weaker,
for now the provisions were decreasing.
There was a desperate struggle in the heart
of Ogilvy. Had it been for himself alone,
he would not have repined; but those pre
cious lives those lives for which ho would
have willingly died for these ho must do
what his bravo soul revolted at; and heat
last, wrote the -articles ot capitulation,
which were accepted.
Accepted but never fulfilled by the
treacherous Sothron for no treasure, no
precious and coveted regalia were found;
and for this Ogily and ins wifo worn im
prisoned and even tortured, to make them
discover where it was concealed. Nor did
tho miuister and his wife escape from their
indignities. The packages were remem
bered; and furious at the Jdea of being
outwitted by a woman Mrs. Granger was
subjected to a series of persecutions, which
no spirit of less courage and composure
than her's could have endured.
"The minister's wife foiled you, general,"
"Foiled me! By St. George, I think she
rather fooled me! Who would have
thought that free ami courteous bearing
could conceal so much deception. But
they are all alike; and all deceptive."
"Ah! general, 1 say not so. My little
Marv is innocence itselt.
"But this lofty looking parsonness, she
shall lie punished. '
And so she was, and her friends with her.
It was agony to Alice to see her husband
dealt with by the fierce soldiery, but her
courageous spirit was cheered oy the pa
tient manner in which he bore it.
Released from temporary imprisonment,
tho friends gladly clustered once more
about tho ample chimney of the manse.
Tidings still continued to reach their ears
of cruelties practiced upon the -Moss
As yet the regalia had not been discov
ered, although numerous persons claimed
to know the place of concealment. Some
believed it had been carried abroad by Mr
John Keith. Others that they were yet
hidden in some secret place in the castle.
The ministers family had asssemhled
around the broad hearth one dull Novem
ber afternoon, und with them the ex-govern
or of Dunottar, his wile and little Flora.
Mrs. Granger was telling of her numerous
interviews with the general, and Flora
listening, open mouthed to the conversa
tion. What was it that you were guarding,'"
asked the child.
Mr. Granger got up and looked out of
the window. No one was in sight, and a
rain had commenced.
"We shall have no visitors to-day, Alice.
Let lis go show Flora what you brought
There was a general bustling for cloaks
and hats, and they followed Mr. Granger.
They proceeded to the kirk, and through
the aisle, to the pulpit, where the minister
lifted a trap door, ingeniously covered,
where sat a heavy oaken foot-stool.
Flora s blue eves opened wide, as the
minister, unwrapping the soft leather cov
erings, revealed the shining crown, sceptre
and sword Scotland's rovai regalia.
The 18th of May, 1 CC0, saw the restora
tion of the Stuarts in CharlesMI. Flora
was now a woman, betrothed to one des
tined to hold a high place. Her father had
been created a baronet by Charles, and re
ceived many marks of kingly favor.
Historians have sometimes written as
though the minister of KinnetT did not re
ceive the meed that he and his heroic wife
deserved; but in all probability, the empty j
honors' ot a court did not suit this humlne
minister of the gospel. A pension was
granted them, which removed their anxiety,
and, added to this, was the memory of hav
ing preserved, in troublous times, the royal
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OliTtJAOKE S SALE.
Wlierena. Uoleonu! Mnrrav and Jane Murray, hi
Mile, nl'tlie Comity of Alexander and fctule, ol lilt-
nclf, iv tneir certain uiortgiigu neeu daleii tnn
Yiwuileth rtu.T 11I Jnuuarv A. 1). lS?li. ami dulv re
corded In the oHVe of the, recorder of deviU of
Alexiimler (.'ounly. IlliiinlH, in book " of alu
niiirtiiiw on )au! :ks, did grant, bargain, cell, re
mine, alien, and eouvey tinlo tin. the uudrrnlinicd.
liavid T. l.liu'L'iir and John II. .Mnlkey, a murtgiv
L'ee. die land and reinlmaH hereinafter dentrlhed,
to fiTiiru the payment of one curtain roniiiiiMiry
note ofi'vcn dale therewith executed hy the nlil
llolcoine .tinrniT alia tiie ram .lane .Murray to ti.
the raid David T. Linear and the satd John 11.
Mnikev. for the mm of one hundred dollam. nav-
nlile ninety days after date, with Intercut at the rule
of ten 1'tT cent, per milium, Irotu datu ntilil paid,
mid particularly dcevtihi-d in uid mortnai'e ilecd:
iinil, whcri'iiH, there lit now due and unpaid ou raid
note the mini of fifty dollars with Interest thereon
from llic date of aid note; now, therefore, default
havlti'heeu uiade in the payment of paid note ami
llitcrct thereon, public notice In hereby ulvel) that
III purniaiue 01 'lie provision or nam uiortu'ae
deed, and by virtue of the power and authority
granted to 11 in and bv the came, we hnll ou the
loth day of April, A. D., IN-d. at 10 o'clock In the
forenoon of dial day, at the front door of the court
lioiice In the city of Cairo, County of Alexander
mill state 01 iiiinoif. mmi at puimc auction, totiie
lili.'het bidder for each, the preinlien dcocrlbed iu
kUI inort'ii'i' deed a the north hall '(' of Hie
north went (' ol ecction thirty-oiicnii In townthip
oxtcen (lii raUBe one ill wei-t. except forty 1I10
arrcn otl'of the eact end of raid north half I1..', fliu
ated in the County of Alexander and Slatu'of Till
lii-iic. ami all r : ' 1 1 1 and eiiuity of redemption ol Hu
mid llolcome Murray und the paid .lane Murray hit
Alle. tlie.r neirn ami HKr-iuriK tnerein.
DAVIDT. 1.INKUAK A JOHN II MVI.KEV,
Dated at ( alio. Iii"., this the "in day of -March,
A. D.. liJ.
WhercHH. hy a certain i-ale murl-Miiie. tx-anr.u
date the Klfteinth diiv of Aiiirut A. !' . K'i. ani
recorded in the Kei urder " ottii e of Aleianu
Comity, in the state of lllinoi. in volume 4 ' of
deedc ou piit'e );, Dime Ka rub alter and Kli.u
A. Kurnbaker. hi"1 wife, did convey to the iincjcr
Kilned, the following den ribed real ectute. il'.u-.e
in the Couutv of Alexander. Stale f lilinuic (
wit: Lot numbered eliilit iS) lu block numbered
four (4i in tiie City of Cairo, a. cordinir to the re
rortled man or plat of r-ai il citv ; which Mod cou
veyame wan in morti:!iL'e to cecure ihe payment
at maturity of certain proinluforv Dole therein
mentioned; upon the lut of which rmiu..-orv
note mere now n niHiini irie ami payable ilie nun
of Tw.'iitv llve huiidr'd dollar, wi'h leu per rent.
iutereet per annum thereon trom the l iltemth day
Of AUifUiM. A. l) , in
Now. therefore, nolicc i hereby l'ivi-l that under
and by virtue and in piirn.nr.ee of tne term and
conilitloii- of I'aiu talt inortt.'n.v, 1, the .imlerf ihl-
ed, will 011
MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY uFAPIML. A.D .
at the hour of two o'clmk l). in . of that dav. at the
Court HotiM' door, in the Citv of Cairo, Alexander
County. Illinoi. fell the real ttuie above dcrr.'in
ed. at public vendue to the hiL'hein bidder for each,
in hand, ami will execute to the pr.ri liav r a deed
therefor. IBEl;T H Cl'N'NINt.llAM.
Cairo, inn.. March "Jd. 1KV0. .Moricnpte.
Oreen A Gilbert, Attorney
Notice le hereby elven. ihat on the i,th day of
April next, hetweeu the honri' of pi o ckx k In the
forenoon and S o'el k in the afternoon of aid
(lav. at the lute residence of William O'Cullaban.
deceased. In the city ol Cairo, county of Alexander,
and Mate of Illinois, the pi rnnrntl property ol tmUi
decedent, ennxiptiuc of houneholU and kitchen fur-
Mtiire. bureau. bedtead, wo'lictandH. bed and
beddluL'. Move. cookiiiL' ntencil. bar txture.
counter, one cow anil other article, will be m!d at
public eaie. Term of aie eh In hand.
I. VI KICK HK Kl.hl'..
March 'X 1"nj. AdimniMrutur.
1TATK or rillllEIOCK wiiitcamp. ieyeam:d.
The undendiroed. Lavine been appointed admin-
ltrtor of the eMate of KrcdcnrK W'hitcurnp, lute
of the county ol AIcxmkUt and Male or 1 1 1 1 ii ui h .
deceaed. hereby uiven notice that lie w.ll appear bit
lor" ihe cfcunty court of Alexander county, at the
court UotiK' in Cairo at the May term. 011 the third
Monday In May next, at which tune all pithiu
havint: claim airuitiM aid eMate are uoliiiecl and
reiiieted to attend for the purpose ol having the
(nine adjusted. All person" Indebted to raid eMate
are requested to make immediate nnvment to the
l.nde.-rlfned. 1!. FITZiiKIJAI.l).
Dated thl 2'tn day of March. A. D. ..
Y 1 1 M I N I sTii ATolC S N OT HE.
E-TAfE OP LIZZIE It II A I.I.I I A V , MS' I; ItlollK".
The iinderriL'iied. huvmir been appointed iidrr.in-i-tralor
with the w ill annexed of the eMale of Liz
zie It. llitlliday. ince Iliieher. late of the count)
of Alexander and Mute of lllino1. deceurcd. hereby
five notice that he will appear before the county
court ol Alexander county, at the court Iiohm- in
Cairo ut the May term, on the third Monday in
May next, at win 'h time all peron havlnc ciaini
aira'iiit uld eMate are untitled and reiHeMed to
attend for the purpore of Iiavlni; the name 111Jj11nt. il.
All perron indebted to raid i-Mute lire requi rted
to lauke imnn.'diute payment to the undi-rl.'iu d
HhNllV L. IIauiiuv.
Adinin'xrntor with will atmexed.
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