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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: Fill DAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 18S0.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Tuk United States minister to Colombia
"who recently lett for his post, lias special
instructions on the subject of the canal pro
ject, lie will explain to thcpiesident of
the Colombia confederation that this gov
ernment exercises a protectorate over
certain portions of the isthmus, and that
fho concessions recently granted DcLcsseps
by the Colombian authorities compels the
Americans to look after their own interests.
It is discovered that the Nashville und
Chattanooga railroad company owes the
government $ 100,000 for arrears of interest
due on first mortgage bonds, which matur
ed in 1808. The fact that the detached
coupons have lain in the treasury twelve
years, no effort being made to realize en
them, seems to confirm the charges so per
sistently made by Senator Davis, of West
Virginia, of loose book-keeping aud irre
sponsibility in that branch ot the public
JcnuE Tuley has made an important rul
ing in the case of the state auditor, against
the HepuMic insurance company. The
auditor had moved for a fiual hearing in
the proceedings to close out the affairs of
the company, and the latter had filed a
cross-motion for the dismissal ot the case.
The question turned on the net of 187-1
giving the auditor power to close up corpo
rations for certain specified reasons. It
was alleged on the part of the company
that the law violated the obligation ot con
tracts, and was, therefore, unconstitutional.
The court held that the act was constitu
tional, aud, in addition, that the corpora
tion had waived all the rights which it
ouce possessed by tacitly consenting to the
appointment of a receiver, and permitting
him to act in its behalf without objection
for several years. Judge Tuley dismissed
the motion of the defendant, and the case
will now proceed to a final hearing.
By holding two conventions the New
, York Democrats managed to avoid heated
controversies and transact their business
with comparative ease. The Tilden body
elected the celebaated Mr. Jaeobt, chair
man, indorsed the roll of members prepar
ed lor it by the state central committee,
giving the sage of Grammercy a majority
of two hundred or more, mid declared in
favor of the two-thirds rule. The delegates
elected are not instructed, but are known
to be friends of Mr. Tilden. The plaform
is.'in brief un indorsement of the character
of the claimant. It expresses the utmost
. confidence in him, commends him to the
tender consideration of the patty in other
states, condemns the frauds by
which he was deprived of
the fruits of Ids victory four years ago, and
urgei Democrats wry where to see to it that
tho great crime then committed is not per
mitted to pass uurebuked. Tho few op.
ponents of Tilden iu this convention broke
and fled on tho first showing of hands, und
made no attempt to resist the will of the
majority. A proposition from the Tarn
mnyite for a reconciliation was returned
With a chiljlngly-courteoos, but evasive,
anjwer, indicating no disposition to liar
monize with the bolters. Annsa S. Parker
presided over the deliberation of tho Jchn
.Kelly btily. Finding the Tilden tuen in
tractable, tho convention adopted a few re
solutions protesting against tho one-man
power as undemocratic, and stigmatizing
Tilden's political career as selfish, treacher
ous, and dishonorable; elected delegates to
Cincinnati, and udjourncd.
TWO TEKUIBLE DUELS.
The London Telegraph prints tho follow
ing: "A horrible story of a duel between
two inhabitants of Morrocco is reported
lrom Oran. Tho two principals, both occu
pying a good position, were enamored of
the samo beauty, and agreed to light for
her possession. Tho combatants met at a
short distance from Mequinez, eacli being
armed with a carbine, a revolver, and hunt
ing knife, aud mounted on horseback. Tho
duelists rushed at one another at full speed,
which resulted in one of the horses being
killed, and tho tight was continued on foot.
After the two men had received several
bullets in different parts of their bodies,
they closed, and commenced a violent and
horrible struggle with their knives. One
of tho men thrust his knife into the other's
throat, and received a cut from his enemy
which opened tho whole ot his chest. Too
weak to use their arms, the dying men took
to biting one another, and expired, the one
with his teeth closed on the other's cheek,
who gave up his last breath in endeavoring
to rip open his adversary's body The ob
ject of this encounter was thus gained, ns
each prevented the' other obtaining the
hand of the girl, who must in future en
deavor only to captivate one admirer at a
time if she wisdics to secure a husband."
After all, this is child's play compared
with a desperate encounter described by the
imparcial of Madrid, as taking place at Val-'
paraiso. A quarrel between two rival pro
fessors of music led to a challenge, the in
strument selected being neither pen nor
sword, but the piano. The conditions of
the "encounter" were that neither party
should eat or drink until honor had been
duly satisfied, and that no waltzes or other
lively airs should be indulged in. Seconds
were appointed, aud tho duel proceeded
without intermission forty-eight hours, at
the end of which time one of the musicians,
after playing a "Miserere" for the one hun
dred and fiftieth time, lell forward, aud
sank exhausted on the floor, lie was taken
up a corpse. His adversary had been liter
ally transformed into an "enraged music
ian," and was in that state removed to the
hospital. The seconds themselves gavo
signs ot being seriously "touched," and each
of the pianos was found to be in a hopeless
ly crazy condition. Such, at least, is the re
sult of the medical examination.
YOUNG MltS. CIIRISTANCY'S POCK
YEAliS OP MARRIED LIFE.
Washington Letter In St. Louis (ilobc-Democrat.
They were married in the morning by
the chaplain of the senate, and took the
noon train t Philadelphia. Senator Ferry,
who had officiated as best man to the poor
bridegroom, lose in his seat when Mr
Christiany's name was called in the senate
roll, and "begged leave to state that his
colleague had paired.'' In Philadelphia
the bride was homesick, lonesome, nnc
wretched. She wept nnd boohooed, swelled
her nose, and reddened her eyes, called the
city a stupid old town, and probably
thought tho same tiling ot her spouse, i:
she was forbearing enough not to say so
On her return there was questioning and
querying among society ladies as to whether
hey should call on her, but Mrs. i ish set
tled that muttcj by being almost the first
one to call and congratulate the litte oride.
Among the rumors was one of a gay young
lover from the south, who had given her up
for the while, promising "to wait for her,"
whatever kind wishes that might mean for
the senator. At a recention at the
White House, which they attended soon
after, Senator Christianey and his bride
were the sensations of the affair. Arrayed
in her wedding-dress"!' white silk, with a
long, pulled plastron down tho front, like
an infant's christening robe, she cluni;
timidly to his arm, her eyes gazing muml
ly at the beauties and sights of the social
seventh heaven to which she had at .lust
penetrated. To it all now she has had to
say adieu, her complaints and statements
given iroeiy in print nave nnisiicu iier ca
reer and every hope of compromise.
year ago she trod the precious Turkey rugs
ot Lady lliorntons drawing-rooms, ale
terrapin with crested fork, and now she
colors photographs in the dingy room of
boarding house, and regales herself with
brittania ware and iroHstono china. Her
last appearance in society here was at Lady
Thonrton's reception, last February, just
after C'hnstiancy's confirmation as our min
ister to Peru, and flattering attentions were
then paid them during the evening. As
soon, now, as the present complications be
tween Peru and her neighbors are adjusted,
Mr. Christianey will return, ami thoj wo to
the little woman who once bewitched his
UEECIIKU ON WIIITTAKEU.
Plymouth Sermon lad Suuiluy.
This thing is not going to live. More
colored men will be sent to West' Point
than ever before. Applause. We will
have them thete. We have received them
as citizens and they shall have the right to
study and develop. They shall plead in
the courts and practice medicine and be
otlicers in the army. If white men do not
like it let them leave. Applause. 1 plead
here and through the press in behalf of the
Chinaman, the Indian and the negro. God
will bless any man who loves the outcast.
Nobody wears tho purple in the grave.
Sheeted there alike Hre all. Almighty God
shall judge all equitably. "Inasmuch as
ye have done it unto the least of these ye
have done it to me." God graut that we
may lm found upon the side of tho suffer
ing. When you find any man fallen
among thieves even regimental thieves
go to him like the good Samaritru and God
will blesn you for it.
HOW WOOD-PULP IS MADE.
Polluiid, .Me., 1'ri'ss,
So much is said about the paper-pulp
which is extensively used iu the manufac
ture ot paper that a brief description of
the process of making it will bo entertain
ing. Any white, sift wood may bo used.
The bark is taken off. the knots umj dHrk
and decayed places, cut out. It is then put"
into a large cauldron and boiled, which ex
tracts all the glutinous m uter and resin,
uod renders it soft. It is then put on a
lurgn Htoui; grinder, with water pouring on
it all the time. The grindstone wears off
the fibeis until they are finer than sawdust,
which floats away into a receptacle. Tho
water is di allied oil' bv means of a fuze or
splinters of wood. It is white, and re.
quires no bleaching, but is ready to be
mixed with rag-pulp or anything else that
has a strong fiber, ami receive tho proper
constituents to make into paste, after which
it is run off into paper sheets; whereas rags
have to be washed and bleached with
chloride of lime, soda ash, and alum, and
such strong chemicals, to take out the
color. Then they are picked to pieces and
into pulp; The process by which wood
pulp iB mado is purely mechanical. It can
bo made cheap say at about one cent a
A STORY OF HORACE GREELEY.
N. Y. Tribune.
I happened to witness one interview
which was suflicieutly amusing. A widow,
or ut least a woman in black, wanted to go
somewhere, or set up a school, or sturt a
mission iu some lar-away region ot Atnca,
or do something for sewing girls never
mind what! Mr. Greeley, who was up to
his eyes in work, repeatedly told her to go
away, and kept on writing. But going
away was the last thing the petticoated
philanthropist proposed to do. She kept on
talking, nnd Mr. Greeley kept on writing as
well as he count, until at last in sheer de
speration he rushed to the speaking-tube
which led to the counting room, and bawl
ed querulously through it: "S , for God's
sake, send me up five dollars!" The money
came up, aud having thrust it into her
hand, nnd resolutely discouraged the long
speech ot thanks which she instantly began
to make, Mr. Greeley half bowed and half
put her out of the lithe room and went back
to his work with a complacent smile illumi
nating his excellent face. He had purchas
ed his time, and he had paid a pretty good
price for it.
New York Tribune.
Andrew Jackson's peculiar liking and
respect for laboring men is picturesquely
shown by a story related in the Jiashvillc
Banner. John Cryer, a mason, was on sev
eral occasions engaged to build chimneys
at the Hermitage, and while at work cften
observed the most refined and wealthy peo
ple of Nashville coming to visit the gen
eral and his wife. The good mason, having
more or less of mortar ornamenting his
clothes, would say to Jackson th&t he
"would not go to the first table to eat"-
that he "was not fit to appear in such ele
gant company." The general always re
plied: "You must go the first table, sir, a
laboring man ought to be as highly honored
as any man in the community, for the sup
port of the world depends on their labor.
I will see that you arc treated with proper
respect at my table." This story is certain
ly to the credit cf Jackson's Democracy,
however it may be as to his social graces.
Cryer, frequently laughing, said that he had
been more honored than any man in the
world, for President Jackson had frequent
ly waited on him and brought him brick
ond mortar, when his regular attendant
was out of tho way.
Fkom hundreds ot reported casts where
patients have increased in weight from five
to forty pounds while using Fellows' Com
pound Syrup of Hypophosphites, no doubt
remains of its powerful action on the or
gans of nutrition.
Kidnkv-Wout in hot weather sustains
the system and keeps up the strength.
How to Ghow Fat. Just now when so
many fat people are trying to grow lean, we
would suggest that it would Vie n good idea
for lean ones to try and grow fat. To do
this keep the bowels and liver regulated
with Mott's Liver Pills, and your dige.-tion
will be good, and you grow tat rapidly.
rpiIK CEI.KIillATED GLYCEllINE I.OTH N
i- gives lmiiK(lt:i!e relief, ui.e! u rj'lxal care lur
lllieiiiiiatisin. NYiuidirin. Mtthrla.
Diphtheria, I'm uiiiniiln, Sure Throat,
Jiillainmaliuii dl' the bum;. Ete..
Lnme, Hink. Ii.iIuii.iiiRtlci. "I ttie Kidney'. Hik
nolle. Piles, liiiiilore. or fou nt of tlie l""t lioei
whatever cause, llnri i-t ."culilt-. i'Ii'IhII cicuu
tory ilin'iici'H. S:i).ttLU'.e " ill cave iile. Joi,,it
UcL'lcet to huy il hdttle.
Our illuminated circalnrfl ociit free on np;ni!Mij
We (.'iiamutec snilffrirtlfin or money rslutid, d.
Price, Mie. and (1 per bottle.
Trial lioillos c
S.oit'Ei. ( k i ; t ; v ,t Company.
Proprietor, I'.rondwny, 'e York
Trade ecppllul by Jlorricon. Pluniuier it Co.
J 1WALID8 ON
KKAl) 30 DAYS
Tl-l 1 S ! T , j A L
If yoa would M-ain liealtu and trch-tii. without
the ne o f dnii;'. try Hchc u 'h Improved Electric
Spoiitfc licit, which we will send on trial. Agents
wauled. Addron- V. (,', iiEACII. S', jT.hns. Mich.
T01.U. HOCK AND II YE.
. ami RYE
A New Compound. S'icntinoaii.v
;ireparea r iiiiijain 'loin yMh.im Hock
Hlinv. Old ltvn UIiImLv und rit l,..r re....i..M 'Cl...
Formula 1 kniiwi) to oiu'iieKt iiliv leliitik. In iitohlv
commended by them, nnd the AiiiilyslsofoiiH of our
most prominent eliemistn. Prof. ti. A .Mariner, of
Chicago, Is on the label of every bottle, it Is a well
known fact to the lift illeal profession that TOLU,
lUK'K and KYK will uM'ord the greatest relief lor
Coiil'Iih. Colds, Inllueiiza, lironehltls, SoreThroHt,
W eak Lanes, also Consr.nmtlon. In the iiw.,,.i.it
and advauced stages of that disease.
It can he used as a lleveriie and for an Apfiell
f.er, maklnii an iD'eetive tolile lor Kiimfiv mia
t. you will mid it pleasant to lakelet (-rent service,
if weak or debllltulcd, as It uld Mrmiutb, 'l'oue
and Activity to the whole hiimau Iraine.
tr-m tip in 0.uarl sl,e UottJcs for Family use.
LAWRENCE" M AMI N.
Hole. Afciits fcr It.e United Htatea and Canadn.
Also Importers of Kltie Wined, t,iiiinrsaud Clears,
1)1 Madison Street. Chlco,
Sold by DriiKgUK iul UvalciMvcry where.
45 YEARS BEF0HK THE PUBLIC.
Dn. 0. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "lor all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in uflec
tions of the Liver, and all Billious com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases tit that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVEH.
No better cathartic can be used prcpara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are untqualed
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax sea! on the lid
with the impression, McLaxk'sLivku Pin..
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C.
McLane and Ii.kmino Buns.
."Insist upon having the genuine Dn.
C. McLank's Livkh Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but sam'e
MUTUAL Ail) SOCIETY
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & OKI'IUXS
Mutual Aid Society
Organized July 11th. 1S77, Under
Laws of the State of Illinois
Copprighted July !),177, undir
Act of Congress
WILLIAM STItATTOS, Phe-ident.
A. P. TAYLOK. - - VicE-riiKMDENT.
J. A. GOLDMINE
Da. J. J. GORDON
. IIOAIU) OP MANA'.EilS:
3.3. tiOKUOX. 1'hvMcian Cairo. Ii't
Mr. A. P. TAYLOK. Supeniiteiidi-Lt of
Schools, Alexander County " '
J. A. OOl.HSl INK. of (.oiiUtme A Ho.
enwuter. Wholesale and peuil Ueulers
In Stupie nnd Pancv l'ry Ooods
N. II. TIIIsTLKWool). ol llinkle A
ThiHtlewood, (. oiijMii-Mou Meriiiaiit'.
Cotton and Toba( co i' i-. tui" '
S. I). A YKKS, of Ayr-? Co.. Commis
THOMAS LEWIS Insurance Manner
nnd Attorney at j.aw '
WM. MKAT'iuN of Mrattou .v liird
OKo. M. AI.liKN. Commission Mer
chant. "S ' dliu l.evee '
JAS. S. KEAIIUKN. Aeelit .Ml-si-' ipl
Vtil.cv Tnn.-por'atioii Coinpativ "
(.'HAS ' H. -.'I t AIM'. Wtiole-ile and lie
t.iii Drv liood-and Notions
KIiU'AI'.l) A. ll' lllil!. Mai.-..:aif,rhiu
.Jevvler and Wholesale dealer in Wuitu-maker-'s
Tool" and Material" "
CHAKI.ns LANr.Wl'Klf, Line a-u r V
liice. Lumber Healers '
C. o. PATIEK. C. O. Pittier A Co ,
Whole-ale and lictall Merchant"
li:v. ll.Y.oKOl'.l.E, Pa"tor Pre-bytemn
i Irireli "
.1. -. Will I K. Insurance Auent
O. W. MeKKAlU, Po-tinn-ler
S. I'. WIIEELKIi, Attorney and Counsel
or at Law "
Ma-. LOUISA KIsllHAi K.... " "
O-i Alt IIAYTII UN, Wholesale and
lletnil Hoots-shoes and Hrv ond.. ... " "
A .1. HI Itl). Merchant arid' Steamboat
I ll'roprictor "
WILLIAM KM.'l.K. Ocncral Men h'd.-i
P. i.. SCIIUi. Wholesale and i(et.,j
J iruvrLri-t . " "
J. T. KENN'IK. Poundry und Machinist
AI.IlKliT LKWIS "
Mi,.. L. A. IIOWAIID. P.oardir.ir llo:.-e
W. r. I'lTi'liHU. lnsiiran.e Aten' . , -
A. IIA1.I.KY, Dealer iu Stoves, 'i'.n and
K. W. (.I'.LEN. (.reen, Wood A !; nueit
Miller- " "
II P. poTTKtt. hdl'.or and P ibli-l.T
Art'iis-.Ioiirnul .Me.udcltv. "
Mas. , A. AYEKS Villa Hid.'-. "
A. .1. FRENCH, l aniier liird Point, Mo
Lawn yUws'vv Co.
Of irtirtiiinl, ( 'oiiji.,
MANl FACn ilEIIS OP THE
T.iese Mowers have heroine c, !i brated thneieh
out the World, where lawns are ' ultivnied, i. be
Ini! the most perfect and desirable l.n'.vs Meer
ever made. They stand nt the head o the s f
Lawn Mowers in the U, s. anil Europe. They eon.
tain all the Inipioveinents that exiierleiee In llieir
maiiiiltieture can snirtresi; are bi-autifullv tlnl-hed.
thoroughly ininle, and do splendid work on everv
variety of law n.
Hnn'd Mower Sizes, from K to V,' Inches pnnv
und Horse sl,e, ,'t, and IW liuhes, Si-tnl lor
SOLI) IIYOI H AC E NTs EVEliYWIli:i;i;.
- A WEEK in your own town, and no
capital risked. You can ifive the
busines" a trial without expense.
I'hebcst oiMiorlaiilly ever oll'ered fr
those wllllui! to work. You should
trv lio.hltiL' else till von see for voiir
'If ivhat you can do at the business we oiler. No
lrtotu to explain here. You can devo u all vur
time or only your spare time to the business, 'and
ninko (ireat pay lor vvcry hour that you work
Women make as much as incn, Keml lor special
iirlvate leniiH and particular", which we mall tree,
ilWititllt free. I)oii teoinilain of hard times while
you have su h a chancu. Addrusd II, 1IALLETT
CO.. I'ortlaiid, Maine.
yALE OK PKItSUNAL PIIOPKUTYOF
AMl'KI, II, 1UI.I.IIMY, IlKCKASfn.
Notice I hereby given, that under and hy vlrltlo
of an order of the county court of Alexander county,
on Wednesday the llilh day of May A. I), isstl.ho
tween the hour of ten o'clock a. in. aud Hvu
o'clock p in. of said day, nt No. Mil t'hlo Levee,
Cairo. Illinois, the peronal property of Samuel 11.
Italliday, deceased, consisting of narlor, lied room
and dining room furniture, carpel, picture, piano
und many other article, will he sold ul nuhllc sale.
Terms of sale cau.
APA C AHTIIOKPE.
IIKNItY L. II A l.l.I L A V.
Guardian minor helm of H It. llulllday, ducva')t1.
Puled, Cairo, Illluul, April AHu, lbSO.
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