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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
We are authorized to announce GEOP.i.E E.
OLMS1ED as a candidate for I'oUce Magistrate,
at the ensuing municipal election.
The city of Evansvilie refused, quite re
cently, to take $200,000 stock in the Peoria
and Evansvilie railroad; but will, it is
thought, vote affirmatively on the proposi
tion to subscribe $123,000. This subscrip
tion made, the effort to transform the city
into "the taxing district of Lamasco," will
probably be renewed and made successful.
Evansvilie, like many other western and
southern towns, is immense in promises,
but doesn't amount to much in the line of
Ik there be any truth in the report that
Tilden's workers have completed a "cor
ner" on the Cincinnati hotels, so that that
gentleman will have an overshadowing
horde of clarpiers in the city, It is, due to
other Democratic aspirants and to
the Democratic party that the fact
be made widely known. We don't believe
a word of the report; but thousands of
good people do. Lf t us, then, have an ex
posure or un authoritative denial one or
7 Tnnoi'GH the efforts of his revenue agents
John Sherman will come into the Chicago
convention with about one-third
of the southern delegation pledged
to his support. , As he will
will have no strength elsewhere, however,
he will be in a coudition to "dicker" with
Blaine against Grant. It is believed by
many Grant men that, but for his chances
to make himself felt in this way, Sherman
would have withdrawn from the contest
Home time ago.
1ue Republican scramble for the guber
natorial nomination, in this state, is not ex
celled in point cf bitterness by the general
scramble for the presidential nomination at
the hands of the Chicago convention. In
Southern Illinois the editors of Republican
papers arc at each other's throats about
Ridgeway and his slim chances, ns the
larger editors of the cities are about Grant
and Blaine and their chances. If sores are
" not made which the canvass will fail to
heal, then there is no sincerity in Republi
Hon. R. W. Townsiiend, of the Nine
teenth congressional district, has been put
forward for a third term. No western con
gressman has made a more enviable repu
tationhas shown better ability, a readier
conception of the- country's need?, or a
stouter will to defend such positions 1 1 his
party as challenged his approval. Contein
, platiug Townshend's record, and then the
record made by Thomas.who liven just below
00 the banks of tin mime river, il is not a
matter of surprise to any one that the con
ititueuts of the latter feel humiliated, and
ready to protest that they are not rcpra
noted at all. Townshend will be elided
gain and ought to he. Thomas will not
be re-elected, and ought not to lie.
' Ir General Grant be made the nominee
of the Chicago convention, ho will owe his
aowinition not to the Republican j arty,
hut to the machine politicians the manip
ulators of the party wires, tunl especially,
will ho owe It to Conkling and Cameron,
who, of their own management, secured to
him more than one-sixth of all the ' votes
necessary to nominate. In behalf of Blaine
different influences-arc at work. Blaine is
strong in the friendship and admiration of
the better element of the Republican party.
Ho has no indifferent supporters. All of
them are enthusiastic, and should
he win the nomination, the Demo
well pull off
their coats and roll up their sleeves at once,
for they will be challenged to the most
vigorous end determined political contest
ever inaugurated in this country.
The failure of the Massachusetts Demo
cratic press to bring forward the name of
Charles Francis Adams in connection with
a presidential candidacy is one of the sur
prising omissions ct ' the canvass.
As the Democracy of the coun
try, and especially of the New
England 6tates, has been given to all kinds
of damphoohshness during the past ten
years, the failure to urge Adams as the
most eligible man in the party, furnishes
cause for genuine astonishment. As he is a
lull blooded aristocrat, who would faint nt
the smell of a perspiring laboring man, the
wonder i that he is not urged
with much persistency .as the Kearney can
didate as the peculiar and steadfast
friend of the sons of toil. Such a course
would not be out of harmony with our latter
Pp.omisent among other Republican pa
pers that are discussing "the effjet of
Grant's withdrawal," we number the Chi
cago Tribune an ably conducted paper,
and a large stumbling block in the way of
Grant's success before the Chicago conven
tion. But Grant will not withdraw. He is
one of the men who always go for a "good
thing" if there be one chance of success
against a thousand of failure. He never
"declines'1 anything;" and one of the wild
est dreams of his opponents is that lie ever
thought of withdrawing. As we have said
before, should he fail to obtain the Chicago
nomination he'd gladly take a send off
from Cincinnati, and we arc not
sure, by the way, that that
convention would not prove reckless enough
to give it to him. It would, undoubtedly,
do so if the influence of the Cincinnati
Enquirer could control in the matter.
The utter disregard for truth that char
acterizes Republican assaulu upon Demo
cratic aspirants for the presidency, and
especially upon such as are held to be
likely to obtain the Cincinnati nomination,
shows a degeneracy in politics that must
alarm the better classes of men of both
parties. In their assaults upon Governor
Seymour, Republican newspapers, with a
slmmelessuess that surprises even their
own patrons, declare that the Governor was
the president of the Democratic convention,
that declared the war to be a fail
ure, and demanded that the South
be permitted to leave the union. Every in
telligent man in the country knows that
the Democratic convention of '04 made no
such declaration no such demand. The
declaration was this, that "after three years
of war the Federal arms having failed to
conquer a peace," etc., and nowhere in the
platform can a sentence or a word be found
that can be construed into any desire fur a
peace that could not be based on the con
tinued union of the states. Republican cd
torsmustbu in desperate straights, indeed,
when they feel themselves called upon to
go back sixteen years to find material to
A "healthy" investment a bottle of
St. Jacob's Oil for your rheumatism.
THE DOUBLE l'LOT.
A VOL'Mi LADY g KTOHY.
"Never, never, never!" exclaimed Georgie
Whut a pretty picture she made, as she
stood up in the might of her pride and au
ger and repeated the words 1 Althouglfl
was her governess and companion, and
should have felt a keen pang of retrrct at
heart at such a display of temper, I found
myself instead admiring the queenly pose
of her head, the full height to which she
had drawn her well-rounded figure, and
even the very way her little foot was set
upon the graveled walk. Her straw hat
had fallen buck from her face, and its white
satin ribbons lay loosely about her bare
white neck, like bands of silver, while the
moonlight stole over the golden brown
braids of her luxuiiant hajr, tinging them
softly with its radiance.
Should I speak to her, as was perhaps
my duty, or like a true daughter of Eve,
sit by my window and watch the closing of
the little farce? Alas! I was but a young
governed, commratively speaking, and the
stem, practical life of two years at Soiner
ville House had not quite rooted out the
love of sentiment and romance that from
early youth had known ft welcome homo
with me. So I did the latter I watched.
"But, George,'1 spoko a voice, which I at
once recognized as belonging to my young
cousin, Walter Marston, "You appear like
one insane, will you listen to reason? ' .
"Not from you, most assuredly I" shore
plied. "I hate you for the word you bnvo
spoken to me 1 I hate you absolutely hr.te
There was a moment's pause, during
which Waller retired a few paces, putting
on the airs of u prince, while Ueorgie iret
ted out the ends of her blue sash with her
slender white fingers.
"Very well," said Walter, tossing the
brown hair, which the damp evening air
had made into soft brown rings, from his
forehead. Georgie bowed. "If I um ill,''
said he, "and send for you"
"I'll never go to yot, Walter Marston,
never !" interrupted the goung girl.
"Very well," came again from the lips of
Walter, as he turned half reluctantly away.
"Take this, if you please !" cried Georgie;
and I could see her draw hastly a golden
circlet from her finger. "And this, snatching
from her neck a golden cross; "I want noth
ing of yours about me I"
"Do not daro to thrust such paltry trifles
in my face, Georgie Abbott, or even you
may find that there is a bound to my ru
durance," said Walter.
All the blood of the proud Marstones in
Walter's veins was at once aroused by the
quivering tone in which he spoke, as he
tore the baubles from the young girl's
grasp and ground them into the dust with
his loot, turning away from her without
further word or comment.
There was something in his voice, some
thing in his firm tread as he walked away,
that roused into life memories that had
slumbered for years in my bosom. In
vain I tried to crush them back into ob
livion as they came up before me; but
it was a usiess task, and, like a weary child,
I buried my face in my hands and burst
into tears. When young, like Georgie
Abbott, for a cruel temper I had allowed
the sweeter years ot my life to slip away
from me in a momeut's time of anger.
How the little scene I had just witnessed
called back into the present a far-past even
ing of my life! How the old yearning for
love and tenderness sprang up anew within
my heart, and went searchmgly out for a
dear one whom I had taught myselt to
look upon as dead forever dead tome!
How 1 recalled looks, tones and words that
had been so long hushed in the chilly tomb
of forgetfulness ! And how I prayed to
heaven for strength to walk firmly, and
without wavering, my cruel way of thorns,
though my feet were torn and bleeding all
As I sat trying to soothe my perturbed
thoughts back to the quiet channel in
which they were wont to flow, I heard the
quick step of Walter Marston in the corri
dor that led to my room, and before I
could wipe the tears from my eyes, he rap
ped hastily at my door.
"I am come to bid you good-bye," he
said, as I met him. "I shall start for home
"So soon, Walter? llow is this?" I asked,
placing him in a chair. "I thought your
visit was to have ended in a very different
"Oh, there seems little usen remaining
here longer," he replied. "I am not feeling
very strong yet, and a home atmosphere is
better than any other for an invalid."
"In some cases, though I should hardly
think so in yours," I answered. "Will Miss
Abbot return to Cadlands with you?':
"I think not," said he.
"And why i" I asked.
"Because, Elsa, she hates me because
she has never loved me," he answered, with
aVehemence that quite startled me.
It was useless for me to try and conceal
from Walter my knowledge of his quarrel
with Georgie; so I told him as plainly and
simply as I could what I knew of it, beg
ging him to be led by a clam, cool judg
ment in the affair, rather than the fierce
passionate counselings of his meaner na
ture, which threatened to overpower the
"But Geogie does not love me," said he.
"You are mistaken, Walter; she docs
love you," I replied. "She has
been hastv, even as you have been; but can
you not pardon her as you hope to be par
"Did you ever love?" he asked quicklv,
fixing his dark hazel eyes upon my f.ice.
regardless ot the question I had asked him.
"And if so, would it have been possible for
vou to ailow such words to fall from vour
lips as fell from Georgie's this evening?-'
"I have loved Walter," I said, in a quiv
ering voice, "l loved lerventiy, ami witn
all the strength of a warm, passionate
heartland mure, I spoke just such cruel
words to the man I lovedas Georgie ad
dressed to you this evening. My words
were like keen steel. They ran between
his heart and mine, severing them forever.
This is why my lile is a sad and lonelv
one. Oh, let it be a lesson to you?"
Tears shone in the dark eyes of alter,
and with a rapid movement, ho was by my
side with outstretched hands, saying:
"Oh, Elsa! I have your secret at last,
Elsa, dear cotbin Elsa, you once loved rny
brother Robert! Do not shake your head
I am sure of it; and that is why you are
moping your life away here, and why Rob
ert stays away from home so long."
Do not f peak ot this Walter, I sanl,
eagerly clasping his hands. "It you have
any regard for me do not speak of it to
"Whom?" he replied.
"To him," I wplicd.
"To Robert;" said he.
I bowed my head.
"It shall be as you wish," he answered,
very thought! ully.
"And now let us talk of Georgie, I said
anxious to turn the conversation into a new
"And what of her?" asked Walter grow
ing chilly as an iceberg at the mere men
tion of her name.
"She loves you," I repeated.
"That remains to be seen." was the crust
"And may 1 prove it to your 1 asked.
"Will you allow yourself t be convinced?"
"If lean not help it, most certainly,"
was the answer.
"And will you trust everything to me,
and do as I bid you?"
"Even as you wish, Miss Counsellor," he
"1 hen you may oe as happy as vou
choose, for I am certain of my success," I
Walter shook his head moodily, but I
saw that there was a new light in his eye,
and that in spite of his air of unbelief, he
really trusted in what I had told him. And
so we parted.
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Whereas. Ilokome Murruv acd Jane Mart 11 v. his
wife, of tie Co'.inty of Alexander at.d Vate of Illi
nois by their certain mortgage deed dated the
Twentieth day ot January A. 1). IS'ti, uDd duly re
corded in the otf.ee ol the recorder of deeds of
Alexander County. Illinois, iu book. "2" of sale
mortjraL'es on paire :. did L'riir.t. bargain, sell, re
mite, alien, and convey liuto us. the undersigned.
ijavitUT. Linear uud John II. Mulkejr, as rourtpa
tees, the land and premises hereinafter di scribed,
to secure the pament of one curtain pruuissory
note of even date therewith executed by the SHid
Holcome Murray and the said Jane Murray to us.
the said David 'f. Linepsr and the said John II.
Mu'.kev, for the sum of one hundred dollars, pay
able ninety days after date, with Interest at the rate
of ten per cent, per annnm. from date until paid,
and particularly desenbed in said mortiraire deed:
arid, whe'eas, there is now line and unpaid on said
note the sum of fifty do'.iars with interest thereon
from the date of -aid note; now. then fore, default
haviujbeen made in the payment of said note and
interest thereon, pnb.ic notice is hereby ejven that
in pursuance of 'he provisions of said mortpaiie
deed, and bv virtue of tbe power and authority
framed to n In snd bv the same, we snail on the
loth day of April. A. I). . lHNi. at in o'clock in the
forenoon of that dav, at the front door of the court
ho,i lu the 1 itv of Cairo, County of Alexander
and State of Illinois, sell at public auction, to the
hit'liest bidder for cash, the premises desi ribed in
said inorttfaKc deed as the north half of the
north w est i 1 of section thirty-one wl ) iu township
sixteen ilio ratitre one (1 1 wes't. i-xr-pt forty (4!i
acres offol'the east end of said north baif ('.,. situ
Med in the C ounty of Alexander and State of Illi
nois, and all r:ulit and emiity of :'. mption of the
said Holcome Murrayat.il the said Jane Murray Lis
wife. th".r heirs and as-i'.'ns therein.
DAVID T. LINELAK fc JOHN II MllLKEY.
D.itedat Cairo, Ills., this the 5:h day of Man-h.
A. D.. 1M).
rpAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To W. W. M. Mcl'be.etcre and all 'others wtoia it
Yoil are hereby notified, that a sale of real estate,
made by the collector. Peter Sanp. ut theotr.ti west
door of the court house, iu the City of Cairo. Coun
ty of Alexander aLd Mate of Illinois, on the loth
day of July. A. I). is. K. S. Wum
purchased the follovvln;.' described real esta'e.
situated in said county for the tares, special as-scs-meii!s.
penalties and costs, due and unpaid
thereon lor the year A. 1. ls'7 and prior years, to
'I he fractional south west of section thirty-five
el'i. township fifteen 1 1.1,1. south rai.ee three :i
said land bcin'.' taxed in the mime of , W. M
Mcl'heeters. and that the time allowed hy law for
the redemption ol said real estate w:i expire on
the into day of July. A. D. lswj, at Mhi'hMue 1
w ill apply for a deed.
JAMES A C. Mi I'll EETEhs.
Whereas, hy a certain sale tior'sace, hearint'
date the Fifteenth day of A'lfiist A. D.. If 71. aud
recorded in the Kccorder's office of Alexander
County, in the State of Illinois, in volume 4" of
deeds, on pace 4SJ. Iauc Karnbaker and Eli.a
A. Karnbaker. bis wife, did convey to the iinder
sined, the follow ing described real estate, situate
In the County of Alexander. State if Illinois, tr
wit: Lot numbered elirB 1S1 In block numbered
lour (4) in the City of Cairo, accordini to the re
corded map or plat of said city ; which suid con
veyance was in mortiitie to secure the pavment
at maturity of certain promissory noten therein
mentioned; tipou the last of wliic h promissory
notes there now remains: due and payable the sum
of Twvuty-llve hundred dollaiTMwitb ten percent,
inf -est per annum thereon lrfji the Fifteenth day
of A iifiist.A. I)., 1S77.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby tiven that under
at d by virtue and in pursuance of the terms and
conditions of said salt mortgage. I. the undersign
ed, will on
MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF Af'KlL. A.D .
at the hour of two o'clock p. m . of that. day. at the
Court House door, lu the City of Cuiro, Alexander
County. Illinois, sell the real estate above describ
ed, at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash.
Hi baud, and will execute to the purchaser n deed
therefor ItOIIEHT II Cl'NNIMiHAM.
Cairo. Ills . March lsKh .Murti.'aj'ee.
Ureeu & Ullburl, Attorneys.
Notice is hereby jrlvcn, that on the Kith dav of
April next, between the hmirs of lfl o'clock in the
forenoon anil 5 o'clock in the afternoon of said
dav, at the late residence of William O'Callahan,
deceased, In the city of Cairo, county of Alexauder.
and state of Illinois, the personal property of said
decedent, consisting of household aud kitchen fur
niture, bureaus, bedsteads, washstiui Is, beds and
bedding, stoves, cookine utensils, bar fixtures,
counter, one cow aud other articles, will be sold at
public sale. Terms of sale cash In hand.
March . ISSO. Administrator.
ESTATX Or LIZZIE II. IIA1.1.1DAT, SINCE UUUIIE.H,
The nnderslitntd. having been appointed admin
istrator w ith the w ill annexed of the estate of Llr
tie It. Iluiliday. since Iluubes, late of the count)
of Alexander andstate nf Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that he will appear before the eouuty
court ol Alexander county, ut the court house, lu
Cairo at the May term, on the third Motidnv In
May next, at whf .h time all persons having claims
aghlnst said estate are not I lied and requested to
attend for the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said eslato are requested
to make Immediate payment to the undersigned.
IIs.NHT L. HAU.IIUY,
Administrator with will annexed.
Dated this into day of March, A. D , lUKO.
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aud they huve given me perfect satisfaction aud are iu constant usc.it USCAH SMALLKY.
Messrs. Coi'pocK Johnson.: , NEwmiiiiY, 8. C, July 17. ISTft.
Dear Sirs:--I have been using the Emerson it Usher Hilgpy I bought from you as roughly I sup
pose as any one could. 1 had a fast hoiie, drove hint al full speed, sometimes with two grown ladies and
myself iu the buggy, aud it Is to day or.b al) the mouey I puid lor it. 1 sav the Emerson & P'lsher
liuggies will do, A. M. TEAUL'E, Farmer.
The favorable reputation the Carriages huve made in localities where they have been
used for several years by Liverymen, Thysicians, Farmers and others requiring hard and
constant use, has led to nil increased demand from tl'ioso localities, to meet which the
manufacturing facilities of their mammoth establishment have been extended, enabling
them now to turn out in good style, - (
3 6 O Carriages a "Week.
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