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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COVNTY.
we Are authorized to announce CiKORJiE E.
OLMS TED as a candidate for Police Magistrate,
at the ensuing municipal election.
Editor Cairo Bulletin:
Please announce that I am a candlduto for tbo
office of alderman, at the ensuing municipal dec
tion, to represent the fourth Ward.
Yielding to the solicitation of rnasy citizens, I
hereby announce mvself a candidate for Alderman
from the Third w ard at tie ensuing election.
B. F. BLAKE.
We are authorized to announce that, in compli
ance with the request of a number of voters. Hon.
T. W. Hallidnv will stand as a candidate for re
election to the city council from the Fifth ward.
Wo aro authorized to placo the name of C. R.
Woodwind before tho voters of the Second ward as
a candidate for re-election to the city conucll Irom
In New York seamen have been op
pressed most barbarously for years by a
regular system of robbery, by which near
ly all their first months' wages is abstracted
irom them by vessel ngeits and boarding
house keepers. Dr. Thomas, president of
the Seamen's Aid Society, says, "the sailor
is a slave, even worse than a slave,'' yet
this slavery attracts no attention at the
centers of the eqtul rights howlers.
Peke Didon, the eloquent young Domin
ican, whose liberal sermons have shocked
the pious clergy and laymen of Paris, has
been "rusticated" by the general of his or
der. He goes to a little monastery in
Corsica, where halt a dozen monks will be
his only companions.
The Washington Kepublicau asserts
that Hayes keeps hundreds ot "treason
able" Democrats in the departments, who
occupy places which should be filled by
"loyalists." We suppose the Republican
fellows steal so much that the administra
tion is compelled to get honest Democrats
to do some of the government work. The
administration must have some common
Aovicks from South America show that
attack of the Chilians on the Peruvian city
of Mollendo was attended by frightful
atrocities. The invaders destroyed and
sacked many costly buildings, and coming
to the residence quarter, spared neither
age, sex, nor couditiou. At the height of
the beastly revel the Chilian officers at
tempted to chock their soldiery, but were
unable to rescue the women aud girls until
they had killed with their revolvers several
of their own men.
KemislE, the self-confessed briber aud
corruptiouist, returned to llarrisbuig, and
leceived a cordial reception at the hands of
his obsequious udmirers. They imperious'
j dismissed the officers of tho law, conduc
ted the old man to tho jail, and sent for
Judge Pearson, who for some reason failed
to respond to their order with the alacrity
which ho exhibited on a previous occasion
The magistrate finally expressed a desire to
consult his brother judges as to the matter,
and Kemblc, a "fugitive from jt'utice," was
given his freedom until this morning, when
hit cue will bo attended to.
THE RULER OK THE NAVY IN COURT TWO
THOUSAND PENSION CLAIMS PENDING
Mil. acki.in's CASE.
From our Regular Correspondent.
Washington, April, 12th, 1880.
To sec tho admiral of tho navy in court
as defendant and a small pug-noscit clerk
who onco held a subordinate place in tho
admiral's oflico, as prosecutor, is nn in
structive tableau, as one calculated to pro
duce reflections in tho minds of those well
enough acquainted with history to know
that this situation would uot have been
possible a lew generations ago. The suit
was to recover money said to have been di
verted from the pay of tho clerk Wetmorc,
to his divorced wife. Until he insisted
upon going upon tho stand to testify in his
own behalf, I believe against the advice
of his counsel, Admiral Porter was a dig
nified looking object. Cut now, how re
versed tho position ot the ruler of the navy,
the quarter deck martinet 1 Admiral Port
er started out confidently; he talked well,
but ho talked too much, nis counsel, Mr.
Merrick, the same who argued Mr. Tildon's
claims before the electoral commission,
tried to restrain him, but tho ruler of tho
navy was not accustomed to restraint.
The admiral thought tho ship was going
swimmingly.but there came a squall in the
way of a cross-examination. The modest
little counsel for the plaintiff handed him
a letter and asked him if ho recognized the
hand writing. "Let mo see," said the ad
miral, lie read it carefully and said : "I
object," with a comical emphasis that
brought down the house. The admiral's
confidence was gone. Letter after letter
was handed to him in his own hand writing,
and his confusion grew. Ho argued that
they had no relevancy, told the counsel for
the plaintiff that he was no lawyer, and
said many other indiscreet and indiscrimi
nate things. The trial is not yet concluded,
and is of course of but little general inter
est. I refer to it only because of the prom
inence of the defendant and because of the
sharp contrast presented of a man accus
tomed to autocratical authority compelled
to defend himself against one of the weak
est of his former subordinates.
Some time since the senate adopted a res
olution asking the secretary of the treasury
whether any reduction in the clerical force
ot that department could be made with ad
vantage to the government. To this the
secretary yesterday sent a reply stating that
no reduction of clerical force can advan
tageously be made in that department, ex
cept, perhaps, that some old and infirm
employes might bo replaced by younger
men. The Secretary thinks, however, that
their dismissal would bo unjust, unless
some provision be made for their old age,
in recognition of their long service to the
There are already pending before the
house of representatives upwards of two
thousand pension claims, and, unless night
sessions aro ordered to consider such
claims, not more than one hundred can pos
sibly be disposed of. Thus far the housp,
out of this large number, has disposed ot
only about twenty cases.
The invesligatiou us to Mr. Acklen's mo
tive in reporting to the house a document
which he was not entitled to report, which
has been conducted by the judiciary com
mittee, has closed. The committee will
soon make its report, and, it is understood,
will exonerate Mr. Acklen from nny cor
rupt motive. .
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nervousness, and mental despondency.
Upon tho vigor of tho first named organ de
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when shaken by disease, and protects it
against malarial and other hurtful in
fluences. It is an agreeable appetizer, a
useful strengthening cordial for the conval
escent, and greatly mitigates tho gathering
infirmities of age.
PREDICTIONS ABOUT 1880 AND 1887.
In a pamphlet recently published tho au
thor, Prof. Grimmer, asserts: "From 1880
to 1887 will be one universal carnival of
death. Asia will be depopulated, Europe
nearly so, America will lose fifteen million
of her peoplo. Resides plagues we ure to
have storms and tidal waves, mountains
are to 'toss their heads thro' tho choicest
valleys,' navigators will bo lost by thous
ands owing to tho 'capricious d( flexures of
the magnetic needle, and islands will ap
pear and disappear in mid occean.' All tho
beasts, birds and fishes will bo diseased,
famine and civil strife will destroy most ot
the human beings left alive by plague," aid
finally "two years of tiro" 1885 to 1887
will rage with fury in every' part of tho
globe. ' In 1887 the "Star of IHhlehcm"
will "reappear in Cnssiopia's Chair," tho
immediate results being universal war and
portentious floods and shipwrecks. North
America is again to be involved in a civil
war unless a "Napoleon" arises to quell it,
but durlntr those temblo days the pacific
states will be a veritable paradise of peace,
compared to the hellish strife that will bo
waged throughout tho world. Thu few
people that may tnnnago to survive till
1887 will have reason to be thankful.
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL )5, 1860,
In tho euro of consumption thero is prob
ably no known medicine equal to tho (Syrup
of Hypophosphitos prepared by Mr. James
I. Fellows, chemist, St. John, N. 1). A
number of cases liavo como under our no
tico the past year when tho results which
have followed its use have been astonish
ing. Wo write this unsolicited by any one,
and ndviso the aiflicted to try it. Editor
A SENSIBLE SUGGESTION.
New York Herald.
A Blaine man is credited with tho sug
gestion that it might bo well to give the
ex-president tho second place on the Re
publican ticket. This strikes, us as a very
sensible and shrewd proposition, and one
that the ex-president would do well to con
sider ami, indeed, to accept.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
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Profit, if 1,200. "To sum it up, six
long years of bed-riddon sickness, cesting
$200 per year, total $1,200 -all of this ex
pense" was stopped by three bottles of Hop
Bitters, taken by my wife. Sho has done
her own housework for a year since, with
out tho Iosr of a day, and I want everybody
to know it, for their benefit. N. E. Farmer.
How to Ghow Fat. Just (now when so
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would suggest that it would be a good idea
for lean ones to try and grow fat. To do
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"An Old Physician's Advice." Coughs
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the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the 6ide, back or bowels,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should be
in every family. A teaspoonful of the Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will break
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Much Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
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A Great Discovery by a Great Man.
This, primarily, is what Warner's Sate
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A Democrat Cured. A lending Demo
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power of the celebrated Kidney-Wort. It
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euso, and ho now uses it whenever he has
any symptoms of biliousness or needs ton
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EocKr.ninr.K Illinois, Juno 7, 18TD.
Messrs. Morgan & Allen, 50 John St., New
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Messers. J. Kei.ley & Co: Sirs The
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I)i. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "tor all
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AGUE AND FEVER.
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As a simple purgative they are unequaled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuiue are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
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Each wrapper bears the signatures of C.
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the market being full of imitations of the
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WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July 14th, 1677, Under the
Laws of the State of Illinois.
Copprighted July 9, lb77, under
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTON, Pkemhest.
Mns. A. P. TAYLOR,
J. A. GOLDST1NK,
Dr. J.J. CiORDON,
THOMAS LEWIS, -
HOARD OK MANAGERS:
.I.J. GORDON. Plivsician Cairo, Ills
Mrs. A. P. TAYLOR. Superintendent of
Schools, Alexander Count V " "
J. A. GOI.DSTINE, ofGolds'tioe Ho.
euwater. v holcsule and Retail Dealers
in Staple and Kiincy Iiry Goods
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THOMAS LEWIS,1 Insurance Manager
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W.M. STRATTON of Stratton Bird
GEO. M. ALDEN, Commission Mer
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JAS. S. HKARDKN. Acelit Missis:jipi
Valley Transportation Company "
C1IAS. H. STUART. Wholesale aud Re
tail Dry Goods ami Notions "
EDWARD A. RI DER, Manufacturing
Jewler and Wholesale dealer in Watch
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CHARLES LANCASTER, Lancaster
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C. O. PATIEli. C. O. Patier A Co,
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P. G. SCIll H, Wholesale and Retail
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J.T. RENNIK. Foundry uud Machinist. . "
ALIIERT LEWIS '
Mas. L. A. HOWARD. Hoarding House..
W. F. PITCHER. Insurance Agent "
A. HALLEY, Dealer in Stoves, Tin and
E. W. GREEN, Green, Wood 4 Heunttt
H. F. POTTER, Editor and Publisher
Aru'iis-Journal Mound Citv,
Mils. S. A. AVERS Villa Rid (.-'.
A. . I. FRENC H, Farmer Uird Point,
qX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
ToW. W. M. McPlieeters und ell others whom it
may concern :
You are hereby notified, that a si'e of real estate,
made by the collector, Peter Satip. at t lie south west
dour ol the court house, in the City of Cairo. Coun
ty of Alexander and Slate of Illinois, on the Kith
day of July, A. D. ISTs. 11. S. i or urn
pnf'iuscd the following described real estate,
situ.ited In said county for the tares, speciul as
se'snieuts. penalties and costs, due and unpaid
tlu reou for the year A. D. IK" and prior years, to
wit: Tbo fractional south west of section thirty-five
(STii. township fifteen (15), south range three (3i
Said land being taxed in the name nf W. W. M
McPheeters. and that the time allowed bv law for
the, redemption ol safd real estate will exnire on
the lf.th day of .Inly. A. D. lsbo, at which time I i
will apply tor a oecci.
JAMES A. C.MiPHEETERS,
Notice is hereby given, that on the Kith day of
April next, between the hmirs of 1(1 o'clock lu the
forenoon and fi o'clock in the afternoon of said
day, at tho late residence of William O'Collahan,
deceased, In the city of Cairo, county of Alexander,
and state of Illinois, the personal property of said
decedent, consisting of household aud kitchen fur
niture, bureaus, bedsteads, washstiiuds, beds and
bedding;, stoves, cooking utensils, bar fixtures,
counter, one cow and other articles, will be sold at
public sale. Terms of stile cash In hand.
March So, 1S80. Administrator.
ksute or uzr.iE . hallidat, since licoiiis,
Th undersigned, having been appointed admin
istrator with the will annexed of the estate of Lla
zio It. Halliday, since Hughes, late of the county
of Alexander aud state of lilino's. deceased, hereby
(Ives notice that he w ill appear heforu tbo connty
court ol Alexander county, at the court house In
Cairo at the May term, on the third Mondav In
May next, at vhf.:h time all persons having claims
against said estate aro notified and requested to
utteud for the pnrposo of having thu same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate ani requested
to make Immediate payment to the undersigned.
Hbnkt L. UAUjoAr.
Administrator wltb wlllanucxed.
Dated this 99th day of March, A. D.,lto.
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