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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1850.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
, lYiUCK JlAGlsTlUTI.
We are authorized to announce GEOROE E.
OLMSIED as a candidate for Police Magistrate,
at the ensuing municipal election.
The Shawnee News, a Republican sheet,
is exhausting itselt in an effort to show that
somebody would like to see Thomas S.
Ridgcway, of Shawceetown, governor of
Illinois. The Curmi Times, another Re
publican sheet, 13 equally industrious in an
effort to show that nobody wants Ridgeway
in that position. It is quite evident to the
th&interested looker-on that Ridgeway,
though an excellent man, is about as liable
to secure the nomination as Hayes is to
hand over to Tilden the full amount of the
TnE Albany Journal joius George Wil
liam Curtis in encouraging a bolt afiainst
the Grant instructions of the I'tica conven
tion, on the part of the anti-machine dele
gates ot whom the Journal estimates there
are at least twenty or twenty-five. It says :
"The argument for independent action by
these delegates is conclusive and unan
swerable. The state convention as a state
convention had nothing to do with their
selection, and had no more right to tell
them how to vote at Chicago than it had
to tell them what, route to travel to get
Oc it sprightly cotemporary ol the Dan
ville Post, is of the opinion that, "should
Mr. Tilden receive the nomination tor
president, the Kelly taction in New York
will support him just as it did in 170. At
that) time the fight made upon Mr. Tiideu
before the nomination was just as determ
ined as now, but when the convention de
cided to nominate him, Kelly and his fac
tion supported him, as they will should lie
be nominated at Cincinnati." We cannot
fully share the Post's comforting anticipa
tions. We have later proofs of Kelly's ob
stinacy and power, that fully offset his St.
Louis back-down. If Tilden should re
ceive the nomination at Cincinnati we shall
not dispair of success in New York, but we
are much given to the opinion that that
success would have to be achieved in spite
of Kelly's adverse efforts.
It has been a fixed habit of St. Louis to
'give nothing to nobody." The habit has
been pursued with great fixedness of pur
pose, as well by the corporation as by the
individual citizen. It will, therefore, prove a
matter of general surprise if the effort now
on foot in that city to raise provisions for
dpt. Howgato's Arctic expedition
amounts to anything. llowguto is
the man who propones to ren
der Arctic explorations successful
through the establishment of colonies at
intervals of a hundred miles or more, and
It is to provision these colonies that the call
for contributions is now made. As some
interest is manifested in the matter, "on
change," it may occur that the city's total ot
gifU will prove sufficient to feed five men
nd ten Spitz dogs a whole week. If the
city should happen to indulge in such a
bant wf liberality, lettho fact be recorded
to her credit. Even the devil should have
Gov. Sevmock expresses the belief that
neither Grant, Blaine nor Sherman will be
the nominco of the- Chicago convention
For the faith that is in him ho assigns
rather unsatisfactory reasons: "Some new
man whoso relationships are- us yet un
known," will, ho predicts, be the dark
hoiso to win. Ilo deduces this conclusion
from tlio history of the Republican party
which is not in the habit of taking up its
strong men for presidents. Grant's first
nomination was due to the fact that "no
one knew what his politics or policy were,
Rut now both are known and that knowl
edge is fatal to his nomination. The very
composition of the Republican party made
up as it is of discordant elements neccssi
tates the taking up of men who, like
Hayes, "are so little known that no section
of the country can take offense." The
Governor rules out of the race all the candi
dates now prominent for the Chicago nom
ination. "They are nil," he says, "too Re
publican for the Republican party."
Will the time ever come when congress
will see the folly of investigating, through
special committees and otherwise, the af
fairs of the south ?
A greater farce was never enacted than
that now on the congressional boards under
tho name of the "Exodus Investigation."
Low-browed, long-heeled blacks, loud-
scented and. densely ignorant, swear, ac
cording to order, that southern negroes
must either live in swamps, and feed on
roots and snakes, to escape the deadly shot
of the white man, or they
must emigrate not to the .North
but directly to Kansas. mm a
fiendishnessthat isunparralelled the south
em bull-dozers have decreed that the negro
who "exodes" from the South and neglects
or refuses to go to inhospitable Kansas,
shall be pursued, caught and flayed alive.
The wrechted creatures transforming
their idle fears into realities, tell the com
mittee of butcheries before which those
ascribed to tho children of Israel
pale into mere playfulness, yet Republican
sheets publish, and Republican orators cm
ploy the preposterous and idiotic falsehoods
as campaign material, the object being, of
course, to "fire the northern heart." On
the other hand, General So-and-so, Colonel
This-man and Judge That-man, white Dem
ocrats of high social and political standing,
testify, with equal positiveness that, be
tween the whites and blacks of the south
everything is exceedingly lovely; that the
blacks instigated by Republican emissa
ries (who have in view a solid Republican
North, through negro colonization) leave
comfortable homes, large circles of generous-hearted
and willing-handed friends,, and
opportunities for money-making but
rarely presented to the laboring men of any
portion of Yankee land. And all these
very absolute asservations of the generals,
colonels and judges of the south, are her
alded far and wide by Democratic papers
and orators, as reflecting the true condition
of the southern negro and his relations with
the white man. Of course the safe thing
to do, in weighing the pros and cons of the
subject, is to discard the testimony of both
sides, as utterly unworthy of credence.
And sensible northern men, who are dis
posed to be fair, will so hold it. Why
then is the enactment of these investigating
farces continued? The country is sick ol
them, and as a means for arriving at the
truth, they are now known to be failures,
most positive aud undeniable.
A Groundwork Foil Belief. The
American people fully believe in Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, and there is a substantial
groundwork for that belief. They have
witnessed mid 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 utmost value
in cases of malaria, dyspepsia, debility, dis
ordered conditions ot tho 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 tho
many preparations of the same class in tiie.l
maruct, tney have willingly accorded it the
palm. The correctness of their belief in
its efficacy has received the strongest con
firmation in expressions of opinion by medi
cal men, and tho approval of tho press.
WHAT GOV. SEYMOUR THINKS.
A reporter of the Syracuse Daily Courier
recently interviewed Governor Seymour at
his home in Deerlield, and drew from him
the following expression of opinion.
What do you think of the condition of
the Republican parly?
"The Republican party both in this state
and in the union, i demoralized and its
quarrels are among young and active men.
Do you think Grant will bo nominated
"I do not. I have no idea who will bo
nominated for president by tho Republi
cans, but they will, in my opinion, nomi
nate some new man whose relationships are
as yet unknown. Tho history of tho Re
publican party has shown tlmt its strong
men Imvo generally failed to receive tho
nomination for president. When Lincoln
was first nominated for president, ho was
comporalivoly unknown ami was accepted
for tho reason that no ouo knew what his
views were. There was u bitter opposition
to his ro-uominatiou for tho reason that his
party know him better. 8,) with Grant.
When lie was nominated for president the
first time, no one kuow what his politics or
policy were. Now that both aro known
there is a bitter contest over him end in
my opinion ho cannot succeed 111
securing tho nomination. Tho cause
of this state of a Hairs lies in tho fact that
tho Republican party is mado up of (lis
cordunt elements, men who aro wild theo
rists. They range in religion from Bishop
Simpson down to Robert Ingersollj and in
business matters from tho free commercial
Ideas of tho business men of New York, to
the" rigid high tariff ideas of Kelly, ot Penn
sylvania. In their political views of gov
eminent they range from the opinions of
Mr. Blaine, who wants to innkc this what
he calls a sovereign nation, where the mi
nority of the people living in states with
small populations can govern the majority
by the power and patronage of tho senate,
while another class of Republicans repre
sented by journals like the New York Even
ing Post wish to keep our general govern
ment within its due limits. To satisty such
0 party, mado up of such discordant cle
ments, it is necessary to tako up men as
they did in tho case ot Sir. Hayes and
others mentioned, who are so littlo known
that no section of the country can take of
fensc. I do not think that any of tho can
didates for the presidential nomination now
prominent wiil be selected by the Republi
cans at Chicago. They are all too Repub
lican for tho Republican party. I know
them all personally, and I have more
kindly feelings towards them than lame
sections ot their own party have, ami I feel
more respect for their characters than many
of their political party express with regard
to their morals, their fitness, and their pop
ularity." FitOM tho Rockport, Ind., Banner. There
is no medicine in the world which has
gained such fame as St. Jacob's Oil; this
is, however, not in the least astonishing,
when we consider its truly wonderful cura
tive powers. Mr. F. Rodenberg, of Grand
view, called at our office last week and re
lated the following circumstance: I suf
fered with rheumatism for over six years;
consulted many physicians and tried hun
dreds of remedies, but without avail. Hav
ing seen St. Jacob's Oil advertised in your
paper, and heard of some most astonishing
cures, I sent to Rockport for a lottle of the
oil, an3 used it according to directions.
The relief I felt was almost "electric." I
got better at once, and now there is not a
trace of rheumatism left in my body.
Saratooa SrniNG!!, July 20,. 1879.
Messrs. Morgan & Allen, 59 St. John St.,
New York City: Gentlemen: I consider
it a duty I owe mankind to inform you of
the benefit I have derived since last Sunday
evening, when I took my first 40 drops of
"Constitution V ater, r commended ly a
friend, it having cured him of kidney
trouble. I have suffered great pain across
the small of my back, so acute that it
would awaken me out of a sound sleep, but
thanks to your medicine, I am now entirely
well, and have not taken six doses in all.
Your remedy is well worth 10 per bottle,
but the price, $1, puts it within the reach
of all. Y'ours truly, Robert Cathcakt.
70 West KHh St., New York City.
Ask your druggist for it.
Grateful Women. None receive so
much benefit, and none are so profoundly
grateful and show such an interest in rec
ommending Hop Bitters as women. It is
the only remedy peculiarly adapted to the
many ills the sex is almost universally sub
ject to. Chills and lever, indigestion or
leranged liver, constant or periodic al sick
headaches, weakness in the back kid
neys, pain in the shoulders and different
parts of the body, a feeling of lassitude
and despondency, are all readily removed
by these Bitters. Courant.
What Ails You? Is it a' disordered
liver giving you a yellow skin or costive
bowels, which have resulted in distressing
Piles or do your kidneys refuse to perform
their functions? If so your system wiil
soon be clogged with poisons. Take a few
oses ot Knlney-ort and you 11 feel like u
new man nature w ill throw )! every no-
pondinu nt and each organ will be ready
A $1,00(1 Gaurasteic Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure will positively cure
Bright's disease and diabetes; aud it is
guaranteed that it will also cure!)!) percent.
t other kidney diseases, !, tier cent, ot all
liver diseases, and will help in every case
without injury to the system, when "taken
according to directions, and the sum of
$1,000 will be paid to any person who can
prove that it has fulled to do this. II. II.
Warner & Co.
IrcniMi Piles Symp'i o.ms and Cure.
he symptoms are niiist me, 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 cMitinuc very
serious results may follow. Dr. Swayne's
All-Healing Ointment is a plensant, sure
cure. Also lor letter, Itch. Salt Rheum.
Scald Head, Eryesipelas, Barber's Itch,
Blotches, all Scaly, Crusty, Cutaneous
ruptions. Price 00 cents, i) boxes $1 20.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. 8 way no &
Sen, 3H0 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Brown's Houseiiolu Panacea is tho
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or npplied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, hack or bowels.
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain.
Brown s Household Panacea" nhou!d be
111 every family. A teaspoonlul ol tie
ae.ea in u tumbler of hot water (sweetened
it preferred I, taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. UO etH. a bottle.
Mfcii Sicknush, undoubtedly with rhil.
ren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
il by worms. Brdwn's VermifiiL'o Comflfu
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual In
destroying worms, can do lio possible in
jury to tho most delicate- child. This val
uable combination him been successfully
used by physicians, and found to bo Abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-five cents a box.
Why don't you try Carter's Littlo T.lvnr
'ills? They ore a nositlvo euro fur alr-ir
headache, and all the ills produced 1
45 YEARS BEF0BE THE PVBLIC,
Dn. C. McLANE'S
aro not recommended ns a remedy "tor all
the ills that llesli is heir to," but in nflec
tions of tho Liver, and all Billions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache,
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVEH.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or alter taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they nre unequaUV
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLank's Livk.r P11.1.
Lacli wrapper bears tho sigui'tun s of C,
McLane and Fleming Buns.
I- Insist upon having the genuine Dn
C. McLane s Livtu Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMG BUGS., Pittsburgh. Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
OUTtiAGEE S SALE.
Whcrrfts. llukome Murruv mid Ju);e Murrr.v. l is
wife, of the County of Alexander and Mate of I'.ii
nois. by their certain iaorlt;:ii;e (l' f.1 dated the
Twentieth ( ur ol January A. D. lsil. urn c u v re
corded in the ottiee of the recorder of d, tdn of
Alexander County, Illinutii, in book" of "al
mortcaje on pace 's, ilul t" rant. Iiarjain, ell, re
mice. alien, and convey unto u-.. the undersigned.
Daviil t. Llnenar unit John II Mulkey, as mortiru
iree!'. the land aud premise hereinafter di-scrilu-d.
to secure the payment of one curtain immissorv
note 01 even date therewith executed ny the said
llolcoine Jlnrrav ami the said Jane .Murray tons,
the said David 'I'. Linv.'ar and the said John 11
Mulkev. for the sum o." one hundred dollars, psv
able ninety days after dale, with interest at the rate
of ten per cent, per annum, from date until nam
ami particularly desnilicd in said mortira ;v deed :
and. w hereus, there 1 now due and unpaid on said
note tlie sum of tifty dollars with Interest thereon
from the date of said note: now, therefore, default
liavinjlieen made in the navment of said note and
interest thereon, pnbiic notice is hereby elven that
in pursuance of 'he provisions of said mort csl-o
deeu. anu dv virtue 01 tae power aud authority
L'ramea to us in arid ny me mine, we shall on the
Mtb day of April A. 1.. lso. 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 Mate 01 Illinois, sen at public auction, to the
niftiest bld(.er for cash, t.iC premises described in
said riorifat'e deed a me norm halt Cw 1 of the
north west i'4 ol seel ion thirty-one Cil) in township
sixteen (bit ranire one 1 1 1 we-'t, cxcvot forty 1 1
acres of) of the east end of said north half (' .,.. situ-
ated in the County of Alexander and Mate uf Illi
nois, and all r: i.-!lt and eiimtv of redemption of the
said llolconie Murray and the said June Murray Lis
wue. ine.r 10'irs aim assiirn inerein.
DAVID T. LIN EOAH JulIN H MULKEV.
Di.tedat Cairo, 111., this the i:h day of .March,
A. I).. Isni.
TAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To W. V. M. MiTheeters and all others whom it
may concern :
Voil are hereby notified, that a sije of real ,-state.
made by the collector, l'eter Sa'ip. at the son: h west
if;r ol the cti'iit hoii-v, in the! itv of Cairo. Cot.n
'y of Alexander and S'atc of Illinois, mi the n.tn
day of July, A. Ii. 1"7S, U. S. Sooim
purchased the followluir described real e-tate,
situated In said county for the tares, special a-se.-meuts,
penalties and co-is, due and unpaid
thereon for the, vear A. 1). K7 i:ud prior year-, to
uit: The fractional south west of section thirty-five
:;.")'. township flfteeu tl.'ii. south ralife three 1:;.
Said land belnir taxed In 1 he name of W. W. M
McPheeters. and that the time allowed by law for
the redemption (it said real estate will expire on
the 1'ith day of July. A. 1). Isni, at which time I
will apply for a deed.
JAMES A. C.MiPIIEETERS.
Whereas, by a certain snip mort'.-uirc, lnaritiL'
date the Fifteenth day of August A. 1.)., I1-; ). and
recorded in the Recorder's office of Alevander
County. In th state of Illinois, in volume "I" of
deeds. 011 iihlm; ts. l-ioic Kambakir mid E:i.a
A. Karnbiilter. his wife, did convev to the under
signed, the follow lni described n til cstitte, situate
in the Countv of Alexander. State of Illinois, f
wit: Lot numbered eltht (s; in block numbered
lour (I) in the City of Cairo, according to the re
corded map or plat of said city; which said -"n-vejancc
was in mort'.'au'e to secure the paynn nt
at. maturity of certain proini-sorv notes therein
mentioned ; upon the last of which jiniru irv
notes there now remain due and paynhle.the sum
of 'twenty-five hubdrad dollar, with'ten per c.;t t.
Interest per annum thereon limn the Fifteenth day
of A tiifiist. A . I) , 1 hi 7.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby flven that under
and by virtue aud In pursuance of the terms and
conditions of said salt morl'apc. 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 (lav. at the
Court House door. In the City of Cairo, Alexander
County. Illinois, sell the real estate above dcic-ib-ed,
ut public vendue to the hlfhest bidder for cash,
111 hand, and wiil execute to the purelnt-er it deed
therefor. ROUE XT H. Cl'NNINoHAM.
Cairo. Ills.. March tid. lkNi. Muriia'ce.
Oreeti A- (jllliert, Attorneys.
Notice Is hereby plven. that on the Mth day of
April next, between the hours of in o'clock in the
forenoon anil 5 o'clock In the afternoon of suit!
(lav, at the late residence of Wilhum O'Culluhau,
deceased, in the. city of Cairo, county of Alexander,
and state of Illinois, the personal property of said
decedent, consisting of household and kitchen fur
niture, bureaus, bedsteads, wasliHtan ls. beds mid
heddlnir, stoves, eooklhir tilenlls, bar fixtures,
counter, one cow and other articles, will be sold at
public sale. Terms of sale cn-h In hand.
Sliirch i!H, lsK). Administrator.
DM I N I STRATOR'8 NOTICE .
KS.TATB Of 1'IIBDKIlleK WIIITCAMP, IlEfCASED.
Tho iiuderslfiied, liuvlnit been appointed admin
istrator of the e'stnlii of Frederick Whltramp, late
of the county of Alexander and statu of Illinois,
deceased, hereby uives notice that hu Will appear hut
fore the cuinty court of Alexander county, at the
Court. House In Cairo at tilts May term, on the third
Monday In May next, at which time all persons
linvlnir claims iiL'alust said estate urn uotlllcd and
requested to attend for the purpiiMe of having the
roiiiio adjusted, All persons Indebted to said estate
aro requested to tnuku Immediate jmviuctit. to tho
undersigned. R, I'TJ .ilKRALI),
Dated this 20tu day of March, A. 1). ism.
I STAT I nrUKXIK It. IIAI.I.IDAV, SINCE llt'UUES,
The tlliderslttncd, having been appointed Admin
istrator with the will anncxedortheostuto of Llr.
itle R. llalllday, since lluehes, bite of the, county
of Alexander and state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
Klve notice that he will appear before the county
court ol Alexander county, at the court house In
Cairo at the May term, on the third Mondav In
May next, at which Hum all persons having cliilm
HKHlnst said imtalo are not I (fed and requested to
attend for the purpose, or having Mm same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said 1mtal.1t are requested
to make Immediate payment to the undersltrned.
Hkniit L. Hamjkay,
Administrator with will annexed.
Dated this SttU day uf March, A. D., lto.
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