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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
we are authorized to annonnce iEOR(.E R.
OLMS1ED a a candidate for Police Magistrate,
at the cnening municipal election.
Tue Chinese have a very effective way of
dealing with officials whose conduct the
government does not approve of. It is re
ported that Chung How, late ambassador to
Russia and who negotiated the Kuldja treaty
with that government, has been beheaded.
A system of slavery exists in China the
pyor selling their children to the rich ; emi
gration to the United States is said to be
controlled by slavery. It is estimated fifty
ptrcent. ot all the families of China have
children acquired from other families by
adoption or purchase. The slaves com
prise one-sixth f the whole population and
are divided into four classes: Eunuchs,
employed in the imperial household, concu
bines, laborers and degraded females. '
The project of constructing a ship canal
between lake Michigan and the Illinois
river is winning much favor in the northern
part of the state. The convention recently
held in Ottawa was largely attended, aud a
committee raised to lay the plau before con
gress. The committeemen on the part of
the State are Hon. Granville Earriero, of
Fulton county, and Hon. Slepheu 0. Tad
dock. of Bureau county. The two Chicago
committeemen are to be named by Mayor
The Republican press lias been very
much alarmed of late for fear the present
congress wiil be prolonged into the sum
mer months, with fatal effects to the cmin-
try. In this connection the dates of ad
journment in the presidential years may be
of interest. The following are the dates
at which congress has adjourned in such
years: 1832, July 10; 1830, July 4; 140,
July 21; 1814, June 17; 1848, August 11;
1852, August 31; 185(1, August 18 and
August 30; 1 800, June 23; 1804, July 4;
18C8, July 27; 1872, June 27; 1870, Au
As organization composed of Green
backers., and Workingmen, and t be
known as the "United States Club," was
formed in New York last week. Its main
purpose, as stated, is to unite its members
against the third term, as meaning unpen-
, alism and the destruction of the Republic.
As for presidential candidates, it will sup
port the nominee of the Cincinnati conven
tion as against Grant. Here is on evidence
of some practical sense. If the Greetibuek
eru and Workingtnen want to reform the
country of Giantism and Imperialism, let
them help elect the Cincinnati nominee.
The report that General Grant will re
fuse to allow tho use of his name in con
nection with a presidential nomination hv
the Chicago convention, is un exceedingly
attenuated story, and is not credited by
anybody who knows how completely the
Rcncral Is "in tho hands of his friends," or
words to that effect. Grant is not of tie
, refusing kind. Should he fail of uomiuu-
t tion iu Chicago, he would gladly accept a
candidacy at tho hands of tho Cincinnati
' ' convention. He is reaching alter the presl
. dency, and rather than miss a party "seud
oft" ho'd accept a nomination from the fa
natics of tho Biick Pomeroy stripe.
A C'OUKESPONPENT of tllO Nt'W Yolk
Tribune writing from tho midst of the furn
ishing Irish people says men, women and
children, in somo of tho famine-stricken.
portions of Ireland, are reduced to the last
stages of nakedness and destitution. Fam
ilies ore huddled together without fire,
food, clothing or bedding, cither in misera
ble huts or tho former abodes of animals.
Thousands and thousands nro begging, nut
bread, but the humblest and cheapest food
that can be supplied for human use In
dian meal. All this exists, and there is lit
tle prospect of much improvement until
August. It appears that in some districts
the distress is even greater than it was in
tho appalling famine of 1844.
The Democratic state convention would
act wisely and well, should it name It. A.
I). Willbanks as the party's candidate for
secretary of state, lie is eminently quali
fied for the position, and would exhibit a
strength greater than that of his party. In
this connection the Shawnee Herald of the
20th inst. has the following:
"Hon. It. A. D. Willbanks, of Mt. Vernon,
is named as n suitable person to be nomi
nated by the Democracy ot Illinois fur
secretary of state. Owing to a utile Oilier-
ence of opinion we have been opposed to
Mr. Willbanks for some years past, but in
this 'day of jubilee;' this day
. ... .1 i.
m which an nouesi jiuuiuio
should stand shoulder to shoulder for
the general good, we arc for Hon. It. A. D.
Willbanks for secretary of state, and sin
cerely hope he may receive the nomination
at the hands of an united Democratic party,
and then be trumphantly elected. On with
the Willbanks boom !"
TnE latest religious kink is the importa
tion of the Salvation army to the United
States. It has made its first attack on
New York city and though not positively
successful so far, bids fair to be so. This
army is of religious origin, and commingles
religious business with cash receipts. There
is no doubt that it will be very successful
in this country, inasmuch in its novel
and rushing style it is an army with ban
ners and weapons, will capture the enthu
siasts, and its probable financial success
will scoop in those who love God and
money. In America it is only in its
infancy; the captain-general, Eailton, is a
slender young man of about thirty, with
pale red whiskers; the lieutenant comman
der, Emma Wes'.brook, is a plump little
English lady with rosy cheeks aud blonde
hair, and most of the officers arc good
looking young ladies. Last Sunday they
held their first lormal meeting in Hurry
Hill's variety hull. They did not wish to
take it first; but as he offered them induce
ments they succumbed to the advertise
ment, and marched with their banners,
having the rather vague but violent motto,
"Fire and Wood," and proceeded to wage
war against Satan, as their cards passed
among the gang who were attracted there.
Their first meeting was not a success as far
as conversions are concerned. They were
successful financially, however, us the
audience contributed liberally when the
plate was passed around.
JUDGE WALL ON THE SITUATION.
In a letter of a recent date, written at
Mt. Vernon, and addressed to lion. T. W.
McKely, chairman of the Democratic state
central committee, Judge Wull discourses
as follows on the political needs and out
look of the times:
Deah Sih: I have received your invita
tion to attend a meeting of Democrats at
Springfield on the 18th, and regret that my
duties here nre such as to make it impossi
ble for me to go. I am fully impressed
with tho importance that may attach to the
action of the party in Illinois, and while I
am and shall bo willing to sink all mere
personal ronsideralions for the sake of the
success of the national ticket (for in that is
involved, in my opinion, tho further preser
vation of constitutional government,) yet I
am clear that we ought in all tilings to fol
low reason and judgment, having at all
times tho nerve to do what wo believe to
be right. The Republican party has
thrown off tho mask. " They
mean to put their man in
whether elected or not, and thev mean to
have a "strong government," which is their
para-phrase for consolidation ol power at
Washington, under such conditions as will
give them tho means of perpetuating their
party in onice. To tins I object for two
First It tends rapidly and certainlv to
destroy the constitutional system and swal
low up the states, and this most surely in
volves tho speedy end of popular self-government.
. Second -I object because it places us
ami our institutions iu tho hands of the
most desperate, unscrupulous and danger
ous set ot politicians this country has ever
I know not how fur the subject of n can
didate for the presidency may be discussed
at your meeting, but I trust you will allow
mo a word: If the noniiuation should 1m
conceded to tho west, Illinois must name
This is a contingency which may occur
and will bo the more likely to occur If wo
can present a man whose record and mm 1 1
ties are satisfactory to the cat as well us to
oinor sections ol tho country.
And while not disiiarairinir. but im.ut
thoroughly respecting Bmi admiring the
other Illinois names that have been men.
tionoil in this connection, I feel confident
mot Col. Morrison combines in better pro
portion and in a higher dogreo tho proper
qualities to insuro success unm any omer
man. His clear and strong record on all
questions, his ability and sterling integrity
and his phenomenal popularity among tho
masses must commend him to all who wish
to win, and win with a good man.
Trusting your meeting may bo harmoni
ous and useful, I remain, very truly, etc.,
St. Jacob's Oil is the success of the age;
it cures everybody.
THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE.
Sprtugucld Pally Pout, March iltb.
ThcSaugamoa Monitor has done a man
ly and sensible thing. It comes out to-day
emphatically indorsing the claims thai
Hon. John II. Obcrly's friends make for
him as a candidate for the nomination ot
governor by the Democratic party. Alter
extolling his thorough Democracy on na
tional issues, the Monitor pays Mr. Obcrly
the lollowing handsome compliment:
"John II. Oberly is no ordinary man. He
has a head of his own, a heart that beats in
unison with his fellow men, a hand to help,
and one never found reluctant to reach his
"last red" and share with those who, like
himself, have tasted the butterless bread of
life. His moral status is good, his intel
lectual capacity expansive aud clear, his
heart throbs in unison with the masses,
aud his popularity with the toiling mil
lions is a fact beyond question. These arc
qualities of head and heart, earned by the
steady step iu the right direction, and mark
him as the most promising of the progress
ive Democrats of t tie state. It is such a
candidate the Democracy want when going
before the people of this state to win a gov
ernor. Ho can voice his principles as fear
lessly as the most fearless, and if nomi
nated by the Democrats would raise the
arm aud hat of every braw ny son of toil in
the the state from Chicago "to Cairo. The
compliment to the working masses would
be received with dealening huzzas, and his
majority counted by the thousands. Will
you take him?"
I he Post begs leave to take excep
tion to the use of one term by the Mon
itor. The nomination of John II. Oberly
would not be a "compliment" to the
working masses. It would only be
simple justice to them, a partial recog
nition of their claims nothing more.
Aside from this, the Monitor says well.
Its eulogy is none too strong. Mr. Oberly
is in fact of the people. The masses of the
state, the thousands who arc not politically
hide-bound, who want to see an honest
man, in the executive chamber of Illinois,
no matter what his politics one who will
not be tho cringing tool of party cliques
aud moneyed corporations, ready to sign or
veto legislation at the wink of machine
managers, feel that in the hands ot Hon.
John H. Oberly, their interests would be
safer than if consigned to the keeping ot
any other man whose name has been men
tioned for this position by either party.
A Gnof.sDwoiiK kok Uei.ikk. The
American people fully believe in Hostctter's
Stomach Hitters, and there is a substantial
groundwork for that belief. They have
witnessed and experienced its effects for
over twenty-five years, and have found no
reason to distrust one statement made in re
gard to it. Proofs have been brought
home to their own hearths that it is a fam
ily medicine which is of the utmot value
in cases of malaria, dyspepsia, debility, dis
ordered conditions ot the liver and bowels,
and in a variety ol other maladies. They
have found it a competent tonic, a genuine
alterative, and in contrasting it with the
many preparations of the same class in the
market, they have willingly accorded it the
palm. The correctness ol their belief in
its efficacy has received the strongest con
firmation in expressions of opinion by medi
cal men, and the approval of the press.
AGooo Housewife. The good house
wife, when she is giving her house its
spring renovating, shold bear in mind that
the tlear 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, nnd she
must know that there is nothing that will
o it so perfectly and sur-lv as Hop Bitters, i
the purest and best ol medicines. Concord
N. II. Patriot.
Itch ini! Piles Symptom and Cihe.
The symptoms are moisture, like perspira
tion, intense itching, increased by scratch
ing, very distressing particularly at night,
as if pin worms were crawling in and about
the rectum; the private parts are some
times affected; it allowed to continue very
serious results may fellow. Dr. Swnyne's
All-Healing Ointment is a pleasant, sure
cure. Also for Tetter, Itch. Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Eryesipelas, Barber's Itch,
l.lotches, all Scaly. Crusty, Cutaneous
Eruptions, Price 3D cents, 3 boxes $1 25,
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne ii
Son, 330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists.
Tnofiii.KsoME CniLDitEN, that are al
ways wetting their beds ought not to be
scolded and punished for what they cannot
Help, ihoy need a medicine having a
tonic effect on the kidneys and urinary or
gans. Such a medicine is Kidney-Wort.
It has specific action. Do not fail to try it
A $1,000 Galtiastee. Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure will positively cure
Rright's disease and diabetes; and it is
guaranteed that it will also cure (ID percent,
of other kidney diseases, 5 percent, of all
liver diseases, and will help in everv case
without injury to the system, when "taken
according to directions, and the sum of
1,1(00 will bo paid to any person who can
prove that it has failed to do this. H. H.
Warm & Co.
Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia, cures
neuralgia, face ache, rheumatism, gout,
frosted feet, chillltiins, sore throat, erysipe
las, bruises, and wounds of every nature in
man or animal. The remark hlc cures this
remedy has affected classes it as one of the
most important and valuable remedies ever
discovered for tho cure and relief of pajn.
In July last I fell and hurt my back;
tried everything without relief until I used
Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia, which
cured mo. Thomas Gilbert, Eastchester,
Now York. Giles' Pills cures liver com
plaint. Why don't you try Carter's Little Liver
Pills? They aro a positive euro for sick
headache, and all the Ills produced by dis
45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dji. C. McLANE'S
arc not recommended as a remedy "lor all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, nn.l all Rillious com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVEK.
No better cathartic ran be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they ore unequaled
' BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red -wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLane's Livek Pill.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C.
McLane and Fleming Ritos.
5-f Insist upon having the genuine Dn.
C. McLane's Livek Pills, prepared by
" FLEMIMG BEOS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
OUT(iAOE S SALE.
Wherea. Ilnk'ome Murray and Jane Murray, lii
wife, nf the County of Alvsaudvr and Male ol Illi
nois, by their certain mortijiipe di'fd dated the
Twentieth duj ol .liinunry A, 1). ls'ti. and duly re
corded in the office of the recorder of deeun of
Alexander County. Illinois, In book "Z" of 'ale
mortcaea on patje :)(is, did praitt. bargain. m-U. re
mice, alien, and convey unto uh. the imderHiriicd,
David T. Ltnegarand John II Mulkey. a mortca
Cec. the hind and prrmln-c hereinafter described,
to fccnru tte payment of one curtain proimecory
note of even datu therewith executed by the raid
llolcotne Mnrrs and the paid Jane Murrav to up,
the enid Pnvld T. Linear and the nod John 11.
Mmkev. fur the una of one hundred doilarc. pay
able ninety days after date, with interef t at the rate
of ten per cent, per annum, from date nittil paid,
and particularly deiriihcd in faid morti'airc deed:
and. wheieuH. there f now due nnd unpaid on paid
note the mm of fifty dollars with interest thereon
from the date of aid note; now. therefore, default
ha vin: been made in the payment of aid note and
Interest thereon, public notice to hereby civeu that
in puretiance of 'lie provlr-lou of eaid mortkrace
deed, and hv virtue of the power aud authority
eramed to rf in and hv the mine, wo shall on the
loth tlay of April. A. I). Ikmi. at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon of that day, at the front door of the court
houe in the ( Ity of Cairo. County of Alexander
nnd State of Illiunip. k-1I at public auction, to the
hiiMie! bidder for each, the premise den ribed in
eaid mortL'aire deed a the north half t'.i of the
north wect ol section thirty-one (M) in township
fixteen t Itl ranee one tl i we-'t, except forty (4i
acre on" of the fact end of aid nortb half fittt
aled iu the County of Alexander and State of Illi
nois, and all riL'ht and equity of redemption of the
raid llolcumt- .Murrayatid the eaid Jane Murray bin
wife, the.r lieire and'apidL'! therein.
DAVIOT. LINE). Alt Jc JOHN I! MVI.KEY.
Dated at Cairo, l!:.. thin the T.th duv of .March.
A. I).. IsXI.
Wherein, by a certain m mort jML'e. b. aricu'
date tin' Fifteenth day of A'lira-t A. P.. 1 i- and
recorded in thr Recorder office of Aletandcr
Couiitv, iu the State of I!lilioi'. in voiurue'4" of
deed", on pae pv, Isaac Karnbnker aud Eliza
A Furnbaker. bin wife, did conve to the nt.der
fi.'ned. the followltit; described real enate. -itn:e
in the Coul.tv of Alexander. Slate if IKinoi.. f
wit: Lot numbered clirht ih) in hlmk numbered
four ( l1 in the City nf Cairo, accordina to the re
curded map or plat of said city : which mid con
veyance h in tnorH'a.'e. to secure the pavment
at' maturity of certain prumi-sury note-therein
mentioned; upon the lu-t of which promirsory
note there now reman. s due and payable the um
of Twenty-live hundred dollar, witb'teu pcrcrt.t.
interest per annum thereon lrom the Fifteenth day
of Annan. A. 1)., IsTT.
Now. therefore, notice is hereby iriven thm under
and by virtue and in pursuance of the terms and
condition of said fait mortgage. I, the undersign
ed, will ou
MONDAY. TIIE FIFTH DAY CF APRIL. A.D .
at the hour of tw o o'clock p. m .of that dav. lit the
Court llou'e door, in the (Hv of ( ulro, Alexander
County. Illinois, sell the ren! estate above describ
ed, at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash,
in hioid. and will execute to the purchaser a deed
th.refor. UOIiEl'T II Ct.NNlN'i.HAV.
Cairo, 111 . March ad. lhsii. .Murlptte.
Green it Gilbert. Attorneys
Notice is hereby iriven. that on the ;:!i duv of
April next, between the hour- of p o'clock in the
lor.-noon and o'clock in the afternoon ol mid
ear. at the lute residence of William O'i'uliuhaii.
(',-ieai-d. In thecitv ol'Cairo. coin.:.- of A'e.iider.
and state of Illinois, the personal piopi rty oi said
(iced,. id. consisting of household and kitchen fur
niture, bureau", bedsteads, washstati !, beds and
hcddhii;, stove-, cookini: utensil, bar fixture,
counter, one cow and other article, will be sold at
public sale. Term of sab' cu-h In hand.
I'AILK K MOCKLEK.
March -. lssa), Administrator.
PTATU Of ntBllKRICK WHIT' AMr. UK' FlAsU).
The uudcrsiencd. havlnu been appointed admin
ltrator of the estate of Frederick whllcamp. late
ol the county of Alexander and state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby itive notice that he will appear bi t
Ibie the county court of Alexander county, at the
Coil' i House in Cairo at the May term, on the third
Mo' Jay in May next, nt which time all persons
bavin i claim aealnst said estate are notified and
r"iacsted to attend Inr the purpose of having the
rami! adjusted. All persons Indebted to sa'd etnte
lire reonesleti to luaB immediate payment to the
undersigned. It. FIT.' I KHALI).
Duted this ilOth day of March, A. D. 1W,
DMINI STHATdH'S NOTICE.
irsTATU or i.iz.iK. n iiai.i.iiiav, since iici.iie-,
Tho undersigned, havltii been appointed admin
istrator with the will annexed of the estate of Liz
zie It. Ilalliday. since lint-lies, late of the county
of Alexander and state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
(fives notice that he w ill appear before the county
court ol Alexander county, at the court house, in
Cairo ut the May term, on the third Monday in
May next, at wlif-h time all persons havini; claims
against said estate in. untitled and requested to
attend for the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are requested
to inake immediate payment to the undersigned.
IlKNIlV L. llAt.l.tllAY.
Administrator with will annexed.
Dated thlH'JMli day of Man Ii. A. I) , IhhO
rpAX 1'1'KCIIASKU'H NOTICE. .
ToW. YV. M, Mcl'lieett-rs and nil othern whom It
You are hereby notified, thai a s ile of real estate,
mado by the collector, 1'cterHatip, at the smith west
door of the courl house, In the City of Cairo, Coun
ty of Alexander mid State of Illinois, on the lath
day of .Inly, A. P. 1STK, It. B. Vornm
(nrchased the foilnwlnu described renl estate,
situated In said county for the taxes, special as
sessments, peiialllca anil costs, dun and unpaid
thereon for the year A . 1). 1HT7 and prior years, to-
Tho fractional louth wort of section thirl v-flvo
CVi), township lift i' en (I.Vn south ratine turc'u (Ml
WHal'd land belnir taxed in the name of W. W. M .
Wc.l'heeters, and that tho time allowed by law for
Uiu redemption nl said real estate will explro on
tbelOlh dav of July. A. 1). im), at which time I
will apply for a deed.
v JAMKSA. C.MelMIKETKIW,
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