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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COCNTY.
We are authorized to announce GEORGE E.
' OLMSTED a a candidate for Polite Magistrate,
at the ensuing municipal election.
Editor Cairo Bulletin:
Please announce that 1 am a canuluate for 'he
office of aidennan. at the enming municipal elec
tion, to represent the Fourth Ward.
The bill reported by General Withers
from the senate pension committee provides
for nearly one thousand new officials, and
there is a strong probability, that "the exi
gencies of the service" will require an in
crease of the cumber at an early day. Such
a bill cannot pass without strenuous opposi
tion, and ought not to pass at all.
TrtF. sugar importers of New York and
Boston make very severe reports about the
rulings of Secretary Sherman and bis offi
cer, charging tbat they are working in the
' interest of a small wing of sugar monopo
list?, in New York, who are weallby and
put their money, where it will do the most
good. It is doubtful, however, if congress
at this session will give them such relief as
they are asking, .from arbitrary decisions
and ignorant officials.
Tile Chester Clarion submits the follow
ing inquiry. It is timely and pertinent.
"There is a wonderful lack of the usual
cases of southern bulldozing,for a presiden
tial year. Our Republican friends must
'hump1 themselves. It in drawing near
the time for the selection of another presi
dent, and not to have some cases of bull
dozing to start the year with, gives an al
most melancholy tone to Republican pa
pers. Gentlemen cannot you send a dele
gation to the southern states, with sealed
instructions, to etir up the things and make
the matters lively?"
It is noticeable that the various mem
bers of the old administration ring have
been very active in behalf of the third term
boom. Boss Shepherd went to Louisiana
to look after it there, and another person
took some "swag"' to Texas before the btate
convention, which didn't bring as great
. returns as they expected. Now Belknap
is particularly active trying to ' invigorate
the boom from headquarters at the capital,
especially with reference to Iowa; but the
effect docs not seem to be favorable there,
for according to all accounts the tide is all
against Grant in the west, as Kansas indi
cates. ; A late number of the Jonesboro Gazette
contains the following paragraph : "The
Southern Illinois Fair Association met at
Anna, last Saturday, and organized. Many
of our best farmers were chosen officers,
which will add materially to the success of
the enterprise. Forty acreB of ground have
been purchased of Col. T. M. l'errine, and
will be fitted up for the association. We
Team that the introduction of improved
utock will be a specialty with this organiza
tion. Union county is one of the best agri
cultuial districts in this great state, and the
more associations we have for the benefit
; , and improvement ot our farmers the better
''.. The broadest incredulous smile that has
yet played upon the countenances of intel
I llgent and honest men, will be produced
- 4 the following declaration, nude by the
rrpretenstive Republican! oi Ma&saebu
U'Gcn. Grant hna never sought public
office, but in peace and in war be has per
formed faitfully and in the spirit of patri
otism every duty assigned him. Ho risks
nothing for himself; we make no appeal in
his behalf, but we ask the Republicans of
Massachusetts to give that direction to the
political forces of the state which shall con
tribute mosf effectually to his nomination
The political debate of this season will
propably be on the following proviso to the
army appropriation bill, reported in the
house : "That no money appropriated in
this act is appropriated or shall be paid for
subsistence, equipment, transportation or
compensation of any portion of the army of
the United States, to be used as a police
force to keep the peace ut the polls, at any
election to be heW within any state." Pos
sibly, however, he Democrats will allow
opponents of the provision to do all or
nearly all the talking on this subject, and
simply vote the measure, hoping, as they
now do, for a tew Republican votes. This
plan has been much discussed among influ
The house committee on commere will
not be more frank now than usual on the
subject of-appropriations for river and har
bor improvements. They will report a
large amount, to be sure, but will favor ad
ditions thereto when debate is in progress.
While great works should unquestionably
be attended to such as arc of importance
to the whole country there is valid objec
tion to the indiscriminate use of govern
ment money for purely local purposes, and
if this vse or waste is to be permitted, (and
it certainly is promoted by the usual course
of the committee) the responsibility of it
should be fixed. Ou other matters com
mittees agree upon amounts, and stand by
them to the end. There is an excellent
chance tor genuine reform here.
In answer to the question, "do you re
gard Count deLesseps' canal project as prac
ticable?" Capt. Eads replied in this way:
-It should be borne in -mind by laymen,"
said be, 4ithat the science of engineering is
based upon natural laws Uiat are absolute
ly unalterable laws that are, therefore, ab
solutely reliable; and that through the con
trol which scientific discovery has given to
the engineer over the forces of nature, the
only limit to the possibilities of his profes
sion, lies almost wholly in the cost of the
work which he proposes to execute. For
this reason, the limit which should control
the magnitude of bis projects, should not
exceed the real necessities and financial
abilities of his fellow-men. But, should
there occur a pressing need for a tower so
high that it shall penetrate the
regions of eternal snow or an
arch so vast that its span
may be measured by the mile; or a tunnel
through the broadest base of the Rocky
Mountains; or a railway that shall trans
port, entire and uninjured, the grandest of
the Egyptian pyramids; or a channel
through Darien big enou b to disturb the
flow of the gulf stream and alter the pulsa
tion of the tides; you may be assured th:it
each and all of these tbinjjs, and much
more, are within the possibilities of his pro
fession, if you will only furnish the money
to pay for them. Hence any intelligent
engineer, having a just conception of ttie
immense capabilities of his art, will at
once concede that it is entirely possible to
cut the little passage through the Isthmus
of I'annauia, twenty-eight feet below the
ocean level, as proposed by M. de Lesscps,
piovided the money be supplied to meet
From a Galveston paper, mailed to us by
Capt. Jim Johnson, we extract the follow
ing hint as to the necessity for sanitary
vigilance. We contend it to the prayer
ful consideration of those whom it may
concern: "In some things the Radians
appear to have no rivals. When it comes
to refraining from taking a bath, or any
other private sanitary measure, they dis
play wonderful powers of endurance. In
persistently ignoring soap and water they
show grevt staying qualities. It is owing
to an hereditary dread of clean linen and
ventilation that diphtheria causes the death
of thousands and tens of thousands of Rus
sian children annually. It also appears
that the failure of the Russian expedition
against Meir may be attributed to the
same cause to somo extent at least.
At first it was supposed that the
blindness which affected nearly one-fourth
of the iuvading army was caused by the
sands of the Turkistan deserts. The
chief of the Russian surgical staff effectu
ally explodes this theory. Ophthalma pre
vaila among the Russian troops wherever
they may be, and the real causes are filthy
auu insutucietit looil. Unit a man mav
neglect personal cleanliness to such an ex
tent that ho is not fit to be seen is'not sur
prising, but that he should be so filthy that
ho himself cannot see is carrying things to
extremes. It may be remarked in passing
that occasionally local authorities are af
fected by partial blindness with regard to
the sanitary condition of a city, anil the ro
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
suit Is euro to bo disastrous to the general
health and commercial ' property of the
place. Galveston's immunity ot late years
from epidemics may be in a great measure
attributed to her sharp-sightedness in keep
ing the city comparatively if not absolutely
clean, and it is therefore to be hoped that
her authorities will continue to keep their
Miasma Rendered Powerless. The
most certain way to render powerless the
miasmatic vapors which produce chills and
fever and other malarious disorders, is to
fortify the system against them with that
matchless preventive of periodic fevers,
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. The remedial
operation of the Bitters is no less certain
than their preventitivo effects, and thev
may be relied upon to overcome cases of
fever and ague which resist quinine and
the mineral remedies of the pharmaeowa.
Dyspepsia, constipation, bilious complaints,
rheumatic ailments, nnd general debility,
likewise, rapidly yield to their regulative
and tonic influence. They are an incalcu
lable blessing to the weak and nervous of
both sexes, an excellent family medicine,
and the best safeguard which the traveler
or emigrant can take to an unhealthy cli
mate. OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
From our regular correspondent.
New York, April ISrd, I860.
The Count de Lesscps, who two months
ago landed in New York, since which time
he has traversed the continent, traveling
over 8,000 miles, took his departure for Eu
rope Friday morning ou the steamer Adria
tic, of the White Star line. Count de Les
scps, accompanied by Cyrus W. Field and
the French Consul, was driven to the
steamer shortly before ten o'clock, and in
the grand saloon of the vessel a number of
prominent French and American citizens
dusted about him, bidding him good-bye.
As the Adriatic left the dock Count de
Lesseps appeared upon the upper deck, and
with head uncovered bowed his acknowl
edgements to the repeated cheers that were
given him by the assembled friends upon
The Cunard steamer Scythia, which ar
rived on Thursday from Liverpool landed
444 steerage passengers at Castle Garden.
The emigrants, who are for the most part
English, Irish and Scotch, are nearly all of
them en route for the west, where they pro
pose to settle. The Westphalia, from Ham
burg, was reported this morning, and was
expected to land her passengers this even
ing or to-morrow morning. The Canada
from Havre, and the Eutopia, from Lon
don, were also due to-day. The emigra
tion during the present month has exceeded
that of the month of March for many pre
vious years. If the Westphalia lands her
passengers this evening the arrivals will
reach nearly 21.000.
There is a notable lack of active interest
in the presidential canvass among the class
of persons who came to the front so early
in the last campaign. The Grant interest
has the support of some of our wealthy
manufacturers: but with this exception, the
aid given to it is only a fuil to the less fa
vored candidacy of Blaine. Sherman does
not seem to be acceptable outside of the
banking fraternity, and there is a feeling
that some dark horse like Edmunds would
Iraw an intelligent though, perhaps, not
very enthusiastic support, if there were a
reasonable hope of the defeat of both
Grant and Blaine in the convention. There
are no new developments in the Tilden
Yachting matters are more active as the
pring advances, and alter the annual din
ner of the New York Yacht club, which
takes place early this month, the leading
events of the coming season will be an
nounced. The dinner this year promises to
exhibit the same "boom" that now attends
other sporting matters or meetings, and
from the number of applications for places
already received, the club will have to
ubandon their club-house, for the season
and probably dine in Delmouico's ball
room. Ttie tables will be covered with u
multitude of silver prizes, and, nautical
hours will be struck on a ship's bell.
The money market acted this week in a
way which it is very difficult to account
for. The natural lightness of money has
has leen artificially increased, and exor
bitant rates of interest for loans have been
exacted during the greater part of the
week. In the ordinary course of events,
this ought to have lowered the prices of
stock, but the reverse was the fact. They
were steady all along the list, and in many
instances made a considerable advance.
This condition of affairs puzzle not only
the public and the stock brokers, but even
flic financial philosophers, whoso (advoca
tion it is daily to enlighten the masses on
the subject of Wall street aflairs. Ono of
the ablest financial writers seems to have
grown so perplexed that he tried tlio other
day to escape from the dilemma by filling
his summary with foreign proverbs and
dictums, both ancient and modern. ' His
article was actually written in five Ian,
guaifcu, yet failed to convey any particular
A.N OPEN LK'I'TKIt, IT Hl'KAKS Fon ITSRI.K.
West TovviiHliend, Vt. Mr. Editor: Hav
ing read in your paper reports of the re
markable cures of catarrh, I am induced
to tell "what I know about catarrh," and 1
lancy the "snuff" and "iuliailing-tubo"
makers (ruero dollar grabbers) would bo
glad if they could emblazon a similar
cure in the papers. For 20 years I suffered
with catarrh. The nasal passngo became
completely closed. "Snuff," "dust," "ash
es." "inhailing-tubes," and "sticks,"
wouldn't work, thouuji, at Intervals I would
sniff up the so-called catarrh snuff, until I
THUSDAY MORNING, APRIL S, 18S0.
becio ft valuable tester for such uiedi
cine I gradually grew worse, and no one
can now how much I suffered or what a
mistble being I was. My hoad ached
oveny eyes so that I was confined to my
bed r many successive days, suffering
the list intense pain, which at one time
laste coutinouesly for 108 hours. All
sensiof smell and taste gone, sight and
hearg impared, body shrunken ami weak
enediervous system shattered, and consti
tutiobroken, and I was hawing and split
ting i-en-eighths of the time. I prayed
for dth to relieve me of my suffering. A
fuvonle notice in your paper of Dr. Sage's
Catan Remedy induced me to purchase a
packa-, and use it with Dr. Pierce's Nasal
Douch which applies the remedy by
hydroatic preasure, the only way com
patible with common-sense. Well, Mr.
Editor.t did not cure me in three-fourths
ot a sew!, nor in ono hour or month, but
in less lan (tight minutes I was relieved,
and induce months entirely cured, and
have roaiued so for over sixteen months.
Wliile sing the Catarrh Remedy, I used
Dr. Pi ce's Golden Medical Discovery to
purilymy blood and strengthen my stoni-.
ach. I also kept my liver active ami
bowel regular by the use of his Pleasant
Purgsve Pellels. If my experience will
indue other sufferers to seek the same
mean of relief, this letter will have an
swer! its purpose. Yours truly.
rinEDiTAHY Taint This is one of the
"in-mutable mysteries of Providence." It
is gltifying to know, however, that scrof
ula dn be effectually eradicated by the use
of Sin-ill's Blood and Liver Syrup. Its
repultion is world-wide, and it always
Pi kit, 1 1,200. "To sum it up, six
long ears of bed-ridden sickness, costing
200ier year, total l,200-all of this ex-
pens was stopped by throe bottles of Hop
Bittife, taken by my wife. Nie has done
her (im housework fur a year since, with
out ie loss of a day. and I want everybody
to kfow it, for their benefit. N. E. Farmer.
Tie Voltaic Bki.t Co., Marshall
Will send their celebrated Electro-
Voljtic Belts to the afflicted upon :J0 days
trial Speedy cures guaranteed. They
me; what they say. rite to them with
"Persons sulferinsr from impure blood
or ihose health is giving way, either as
sters or those wha study closely, will
in fellows Syrup of Hypophosphites
material to build them up and the
to keep them there." Dr. C. Clay.
YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Djj. C. MeLAXFS
are not recommended as a remedy "for all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tioas of the Liver, and all Billions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, anil Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stai.d with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FKVKK.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are uneeualcd
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine an; never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLank's Livkk Pill
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C
McLanb and Fleming Bros.
J-if'Insist upon having the genuine D11
C. McLanks Liver Pills, prepared ly
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations t!
name .mclank, spelled uillcrently but same
'pAX PfRI'UAhER'S NOTICK.
To W. W. M. M( Thei'tern hlU all o'.hern wttom 11
mitv i-iiiii iirii !
You urn hereby notified. Hint a call- of rc i-.l i-'tiitc
m'iU hy the eolleelor. PelerSaup. at tin- coui h weet
dour ol the court bonce.. In the l Hy ol Cairo, I'onn
ty of Alexander and Mate of Illinois, on Hie lhth
day of July, l, W. !v rouim
nri'Weil the following described real i-ftiue
nidi ted Inlaid county frth tare, nicciul an-
eMiieiitn, penaltle and r-dtn, due anil unpaid
thereon lor thevear A. . is,, ana prior vew, to
The fractional outh went of notion tlilrtv (lv
(SSi, townahlp fifteen U5), couth raiij.'e three (:
Httid land hcltiff taxed in the name ,f W. V. M
Mcl'heetero. and that the time allowed by luw for
the redemption 01 am real ematc win expire on
the Kith day of July. A . I). lW-o, nt which time I
will apply for a deed.
JAMES A. C. Mi PIILETKRS,
DMINIHTRA TOR'S SALE.
Notle i hereby eiven, that on the Rah day of
April next, netween me. niium 01 in n clock In the
forenoon and ft o'clock In the afternoon of raid
day, at the late reBKienee or v llliani o Callahan
decerned. In the city ofl.'aiio, county of Alexander
and 'late of Illinois, the personal property ol sulil
decedent, contdntlne of hnuiu'hold and klti hen fur
nltitre. bureau, bedHleiidn, waBhutatel, tied and
heddlnu. tove, cooklntf utensil. Imr Hxtore.
counter, one cow aud other article, will he cold at
public ale. Terra 01 Bine cum in n unci.
PATRIC K MOCKI.KK,
March tifi, lisBO. Administrator,
KBTAT Of UJiZIK It. IUI.I.IUAV, MIHCJC IICullE
Tho underlmied, having been appointed admin
iBtrator with the will annexed of the etata of Lin.
zle R. IlHlllday, alne.e HuvheB, late of the e.nuhtv
of Alexander and "tale of llllnu1, decciiNcd, hereby
give, notice that he will appear before the county
court ot Alexander comity, ut the court hnne in
Cairo nttlin May term, 011 the third .Momlav hi
May imxt.at which time all peron having claim
again) ald etat are. untitled aud requeued tn
attend for tho purpo of having the amu adjusted,
All persona Indebted to mid etnte are rcqiieMiid
10 inaae imiueiiiaiu payrneui 10 ine undersigned
. . , , IIKNIir L. HAt.UPAV.
Administrator with will annexed
Sated tldi tfilb day of Hutch, A. D., Ibw).
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