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OFFICIAL PAPER OV ALEXANDER COUNTY.
FOI.u a HAGISTBATR.
Wear authorized to announce GEORGE E.
OLMSTED aa a candidate for Police Magistrate,
at the enauing municipal election.
Editor Cairo Bulletin: ,,,.,,,
Fleaae announce that I am a candidate for the
office of alderman, at the ensuing municipal clcc
tion. to represent the Four Ward.
Thb Illinois Central is striving, in its
dealings with the local patrons, to remove
all cause of reasonable complaint. The
.Toncsboro Gazette, of yesterday, gives the
following "proof in point." It says that
"shippers along the line of the I. C. R. R.,
who have been complaining because the
evening express train docs not stop long
enough for them to load their vegetables,
will be glad to learn tbaf the company has
made arrangements to have the earlier
trains take on fruits and vegetables, and
leave them at DuQuoin fur the fast train.
This plan will work well, when the ship
pers once get use to it. We are assured
that the Illinois Central will do everything
in their power to facilitate the shipments
from southern Illinois."
Hon. Wm. II. Green, chairman of the
Eighteenth congressional committee, has
given notice to the members ot the commit
tee, that a meeting will be held in Cairo, on
Thursday, April 13th. Would it not be
well for the committee to ask the presence
of leading Democrats from diujrent por
tions of the district to meet them for the
purpose of consultation? In view of the
next congressional content, there are many
roughnesses to smooth down, cancers to
cauterize and misconceptions to unhinge.
The suggestion of a conference comes
from tho Chester Clarion, and wo think it a
sensible one, since it is now apparent that
unless every influential Democrat of the
district goes into tho fight with all his har
ness on, well nerved to full duty, the party
can .scarcely hope to achieve the coveted
The Bilcnt trickster and political strate
gist, Don Cameron, has at last, mado him-
fitatea, and, wonderful to relate, he spoke
of a matter in which the Camcrons can have
only a common interest, lie urged the
: necessity for plating the railroads of the
country under the control of congress or
fntfiAP that mmrrrpua nvnlniun ita riirlit ,m
V dor the constitution, to regulate the com-
, juerce betweo the states. As railroads arc
. now tho principal vehicles of commerce be
tween the states, aud as muny of them arc
passing to the control of wealthy corpor
ations that impose most bur
densome conditions upon the pub
' ' . lie, Senator Cameron insists that congress
take cognizance ot the growing evil and
aasert its authority in tne matter wiierem
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ftenator Cumeron a hearty approval.
1 Ths Jacksonville Journal has a Republi
an canuluaw lor governor in tne
, Derson OI isauc jiiornwjn, 01 jacKHon
' tit I !.,.
VllQa J1V IB m grv uin, wm inn infiiiu
email.; General Ilawley ita good man,
: too, but bo acetna to rocogmzo no part ol
riMnrtU that ' liw aouth of Peoria
dewtving of . governor. He
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restricts nis chwib, -
wholly to northern Illinois. Gens.
Smith and Rinakcr, on tho other hand, aro
paying gpcc'ial court to Boutltern and cen
tral Illinois. Ridgeway has a small foot
holj ;n 80in0 0f t,0 extreme southern couo-
ties; and may, on the firtt vote, receive a
.'complimentary' of a hundred votes. ' In
the earnest work of the convention he will
scarcely be recognized. Gov. Cullom's
strength is general; but his name has not
been actively urged in any quarter. He
has shown himself an able aud conscien
tious executive, and, if ho should be nomi
nated he will prove himselt several thous
and votes stronger than his party. But, its
tho next governor ot Illinois will be a
Democrat, it is but time wasted to 'discuss
the fitness of Republican aspirants.
INTEREST ON OVERDUE TAXES.
In the northern part of the state, where
the constitutionality of nearly all the laws
that impose money peualties, is tested, a
move has been made against the section ot
the new revenue law that imposes an inter
est of one per cent, per month on overdue
taxes. The Springfield Journal, in a dis
cussion of the matter, has this to say:
"Attorney-General Edsall has just ren
dered an opinion, w hich will be of deep
interest to taxpayers and collectors of the
state revenue. It has been furnished in
reply to a request from Auditor Needles
for an official construction of the 177th
section of the revenue law, as amended at
the last session of the goneral bssembly.
The amended law provides that after
May 1st, all unpaid taxes on real estate
shall bear interest at the rate of one per cent.
per month, until paid or forfeited, parts or
fractions of a month to be reckoned as a
full month, so thaat if taxes be not paid
until the second day of May, one per cent,
shall be added, and if not until the second
day of Juno two per cent, shall be added,
and so on. The attorney of Cook county
recently rendered an opinion that this ex
action was in the form of a penalty, and,
in accordance with the decision of the
supreme' court Scammon vs. Chicago, 44
Illinois reports, p. 267, was therefor un
constitutional. Attorney-General Edsall, however, con-'
strues the addition ) to the amount of tax
as monthly interest, and pronounces the
law constitutional. It is probable that
steps will be taken to bring the question
before the supreme court, though it is ex
tremely improbable that the decision of
that tribunal will contravene the opinion of
the Attorney -General. This construction
of the law, if sustained by the courts, will
undoubtedly have the efTect to hasten the
payment of taxes 'and greatly reduce the
number of delinquents."
W Woiikingman. Ikinar obliged to
wnrk fnr vfiars in damD localities, mv les
becames contracted and caused inc much
pain. My physician, Dr. F. Ilein, recom
mcndfil thn use of St. Jacob's Oil. and
five bottles cured me. I deem it my duty
to acquaint sullering humanity 01 tins won
derful remedy. G. Jungk, New York.
PrioviT. il.aoo. "To sum it un. six
ltmfT t?fHrs of bed-ridden sickness, cestinir
$L'00 per year, total $1,200 -all of this ex
pense was stopped iy tnree uouieft 01 nop
Hitters, taken bv mv wife. She has done
her own housework for a year since, with
out the loss of a day, and I want everybody
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to know it, tor their ncneut. .n. ramier.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mifir. Will send their celebrated Electro-
Voltaic Beits to the afllicted upon !30 days
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trial. Npeeuy cures gnarumoeu. jiut
mean what they say. Write to them with
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or whose health is giving wav, either as
ministers or those who study closely, will
find in fellows' Syrup of Hypophosphites
the material to build them up and the
tonic to keep them there." D11. C. Clay.
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Edited In the Interest of tho Public Library.
MEN, WOMEN AND BOOKS.
KAMOl'B ANCIENT LIlIRAniES.
In early antiquity libraries consisted of
archives which were preserved in the most
sacred temples. The oldest library is said
to have been founded in Memphis by the
Egyptian kiug Osymandyas. Above its en
trance were inscribed the significant words:
"The Healing of the Soul;" and it con
tained works of an unknown antiquity,
deemed sacred by the Egyptians. The
principal Hebrew library was in the temple
at Jerusalem ; it was restored after the cap
tivity by Nehemiah, nnd again by Judas
Maccabtcus, and perished in the conquest
by the Romans. The first public library
in Greece is said to have been established
at Athens by Pisistratus, probably about
the time he caused the ballads of Homer to
be collected nnd put into permanent form.
This library was taken to Persia by Xerxes,
returned by Selencus Nicator, pillaged by
Sylla and returned by Hadrian. Large
collections of books were made by Euclid,
Euripides, and especially by Aris
totle, whose library, after pass
ing through two generations
was purchased by Ptolemy Philadelphia
and transported to Alexandria. The first
library at Rome was that of Paulus .Emi-
lius (1C7 B. C.) the booty of war in Mace
donia. Librairies subsequently became
common, and in the Augustan age, men of
culture vied in their collections. Lucullus,
Yarro and Cicero were enthusiastic collec
tors of books. Ceasar projected the for
mation of a public library that should
contain all the works in Greek and Latin
literature. His untimely death prevented
the realization of this and many other
splendid projects. Augustus established
the Octavian and Palatine public libraries
the latter continuing until the time of Pope
Gregory I. The most celebrated ancient
libraries was that at Alexandria, which is
said to have contained 700,000 volumes,
much inferior, however, to modern volumes
in average size. It included the libirarjjof
the kings of Pergaiuus, of 200,000 volumes
presented by Antony to Cleopatra, and af
ter suffering repeated diminutions, is saidto
have been destroyed by order of the Caliph
Omar, furnishing fuel for the 4,000 public
baths of Alexandria for six months.
Heliotypes. The Cairo Social Science
Association has recently received from
Cambridge, a full set of the Gray Collec
tion of Engravings. The collection con
tains the choicest and most costly proof's of
many of the best engravers of the world
and represents the best works of Raphael,
Titiom, Carreggio, Guido, da Vinci, Ange'.o
and Mewillo. This reproduction of rare
etchings and artist proof cugravings worth
thousands of dollars, brings the treasures of
art galleries within reach of all aud affords
a hitherto unattainable means of arts edu
The Cairo Public Library is indebted to
the Hon. J. R. Thomas, M. C, for several
volumes of congressional reports, including
the report of Hall's Arctic exploring expo
The regular exercises of the Woman's
Club and Library Association, held on
Wednesday last, were of unusual interest.
An aide and instructive sketch of
the ' life of the poet Burns was
aead by Mrs. W. R. Smith, and
some happy and appropriate selections from
the poet's writings, were given by several
members of the association, short extract
by Mrs P.'A. Powell and Mrs. Candee and
part of "The Cottei's Saturday Night," by
Mrs. Hudson, and the beautiful "Lament
of Mary Queen of Scots," by Mrs. William
Winter. Owing to Miss Thompson's ab
sence from the city, the paper upon the
prose writings ot JJurns was omitted.
The exercises concluded with a poem by
Mrs. Rittenhouse, entitled "Out of the
Depths," a beautiful, domestic idyl, re
plete with exquisito word pictures and that
touch of nature" which drew tears to the
eyes of tho listeners. It was finely read
by Mrs. W. P. Wright and both the poem
and its rendition deserve tho lngh cn-
encomiums passed upon them and a larger
audieuco than can be accommodated in tho
Quite a number of new books aro ex
pected at tho Library within a few days
among them being "Sunshine and Storm in
the East, or Cruises to Cypress and Con
stantinople," and "Cruiso Around tho World
iu tho Sunbeam," both by Mrs. Brassev:
'Odd or Even" by Mrs. Whitney; "Sealed
Orders," by Miss Phelps; "Confidence" by
Henry James; "Cameos," by Miss Yonge;
and "His Mujesty, Myself," and "A Pool's
Errand, by one ol tho Fools."
To ensuro a good public lihray with
abundance of good and fresh reading mat
ter the public must patronize thn former,
and demand the latter.
You have tried Carter's Little Liver Pills
and are pleased wiUf them. They stimu
late tho liver, regulato tho bowels aud 1m
prove the complexion.
SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL li, 1850.
45 YEARS BEFOEE THE HJBLIC.
DK. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "tor all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of tho Liver, and all Billious com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AN J 3 FKVEIl.
No better cathartic can bo used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are 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 tho siuptures of C.
McLank and Flemino Bnos.
J-fi7Insist upon having the genuine Du.
C. McLane's Liver Pili, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY .
A SUBSTITUTE. FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July 14th, 1877, Under the
Laws of the State of Illinois.
Copprighted July 9, 1877, undir
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTON. Piikhidext.
Mas. A.P.TAYLOR, VicePkksident.
J. A. GOLDSTINE, Treahikkr.
Dit. J. J. GORDON, - Med. Advidm.
THOMAS LEWIS, - - SEcimTAnv.
IiOABD OK MANAGERS:
J.J. GORDON, Plivolcian Cairo,
Mm. A. P. TAYLOR, Superintendent or
School, Alexander I'ounty "
J. A. GOLDSTINE. nrUoldatlnv Ron
euwater. Wholi'Kulu and RuUll l)i ak-r
in Staple and Eoncy Dry GooiIb "
N. B. rillSTLEWOCU). of H inkle &
Tliiotlewood, Commit" niou Merchants,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor '
S. D. AYRES, ol Ayres Co., Commit
hIou Merchant "
THOMAS LEWIS, Iusumnos Manager
and Attorm-v at Law
W.M. STRATTON of titration & Bird
Wholcale Grocern '
GEO. M. ALDEN, Commlwdou Mer
chant, 7R Ohio Lveo "
JAS. S. REARDEN, Ajrent MiKMi-ciiipi
Val.cv Transport nt ton Coinimny "
CIIAS.'R. STUART. Wholesale and Re
tail Dry Good? nnd Notions "
EDWARD A. BL'DER, Munulartnrintf
Jewler aud Wholesale dealer In Watt-h-makerk'a
Tool" and .Materials '
CHARLES LANCASTER, Lancaster i
Rice, Lumber Dt-alern ' "
C. O. l'ATIER, C. O. Paiier A; Co,
Wholesale and Retail Merchants "
Rkv. B.Y.GEORGE, Pastor Presbyterian
J. ('. WHITE, Insurance Aui'nt "
G. W. McKEAIG, Postmaster "
S. P. WHEELER, Attorney and Counsel
or at Law "
Mits. LOI ISA FIS1IBACK "
OSCAR HAYTII RN, Wholesale and
Retail Hoots' Shoes and Dry Goods.... "
A.J. BIRD, Merchant and Steamboat
I (Proprietor "
WILLIAM KI.UGE, General Merch dise
P. G. SCH I'll, Wholesale and Retail
J.T. RENNIE. Foundry und Machinist.. -
ALBERT LEWIS "
Mns. L. A. HOWARD. Boarding House..
W. K. PITCHER, Insurance Agent "
A. IIALLEY, Dealer in Stoves, Tin and
E. W. UREEN, Green, Wood Bennett
II. F. POTTER. Editor and Publisher
Aa'Us Jouriial Mound City,
Mits. C. A. AYERS Villa Kidu'e.
A. . I. FRENCH, Farmer Bird Point,
rjA X PI KCIIASERS NOTICE.
ToW. W. M. McTheeters and all others whom it
mnv concern :
Yoii are hereby notified, that a sale of real estate,
mailt) by the collector, Peter Saup, at the south west
door ol the court house, in the City of Cairo, Coun
ty of Alexander and Statu of Illinois, on lliu 1 tit H
day or July. A. D, IH7H, It. S. Youm
(tnrelwued tho followlna described real estate,
aituuted In said county for Him tares, special as
segments, penalties nnd costs, due and unpaid
thereon lor the year A. D. 1S'.7 and prior years, to
wit: 'Iho fractional south west of section thirty five
(SB), township fifteen (15), "OHth rmij-o three (:)
Snl'd land being taxed in the name of W. W. M.
MePbeetcrs. and that tho time allowed by law for
tho redemption ol said real estate will expire on
the Pith dav of July. A. D. Ihho, at which lime 1
will apply for a deed.
' 1 ' JAMES A. C. Mi PIIEETKIIS,
V. ..!.,, Iu hiiwihv wlvnn. tlml. nn tbn llllh tltiv tt
April next, between the hours of 10 o'clock In the
lorenooti and Ii o'clock iu the. afternoon of said
day, at thn lute residence of William O'Ciillahaii,
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, washslunils, beds and
liedillng. stoves, cooklmr utensils, bar fixtures,
counter, one cow and other articles, will be sold at
nubile sale. Terms of sale 111-I1 In hand.
v PATRICK MOCKLER,
'March Ol, IwKfl, Administrator.
KSTATI Of LIKHIK R. HALLWAY, SINl't IIUOIIKS,
The undersigned, having been appointed admin
istrator with the will annexed of tliu estuta of LI?.
r.le It. Ilalllday, since Iluelies, late of the count)
of Alexander and sfutn of I lllnois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that hewlll appear before tho county
court ol Alexander county, at the court house In
Cairo at the May term, 011 the third Monday In
May next, at whl -h time all persons having claims
against said estate nre notllled and requested to
attend for thn purpose, of having thn same adjusted.
All persons Indebted lo said ostalo aro requested
to make Immediate payment to tho undersigned.
Hkniit L. I! am.iday,
Administrator with will annexed.
Dated Ihls Wlh day of March, A. D..1SB0. .
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