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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1850.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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Paly Morning Daily in Sonthern Illinois
largest Circulation of any Daily in
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER CUt'NTY.
Thk tluciic-ss of Marlborough, writes that
the distress in Ireland is fctill general, and
in some places increasing.
TnE captivating Mrs. Hicks-Lord, who
is now visiting at Fort Wayne, Ind., states
for the information of the public that
there is tio truth in the rumor of her pros
pective marriage with Charles O'Conor.
The well known publishing house of J.
B. Lippincott & Co., of Philadelphia, will'
issue during the present month, an entirely
new and thoroughly revised edition of their
invaluable "Gazetteer of the World," A
thoroughly competent editorial corps has
been engaged ior the last vc years in the
work of revision.
Cowley, of Shepherd's Fold fame, has
to go to the penitentiary, a all efforts of
his lawyers to save him from that disgrace
have proven failures. The motion made be
tore a judge of the supreme coint, to stay
the execution of the sentence pending the
appeal, w;is denied. There seems to be
very little sympathy fur him in New York.
His ireatmeut ol the children under his
charge was so outrageous that he deserves
Tjie Sioux Indians are oppod M the
advance of civilization, and particularly, to
railroads. The engineers, a few days ago,
undertook to survey the line of the Chica
go and Northwestern railway across their
reservation. The Indians gave them to
understand that they mut stop that sort of
nonsense if they had any desire- to journey
awhile longer here below. The survey
came to a sudden termination.
TutltMAS's friends seem suddenly to
have awakened to the fact '.hat there is a
chance for their candidate yet. The pub
lication of Bayard's speech of lN.il, it is
claimed, has hurt him to such an extent
that he is virtually out of the race. Urn
dricks is not strong in the eastern utates,
and Seymour refused to be a candidate en
uceonut of his health. Under the circum
stances, it is thought wie by Thurmaii
friends, to give his hnom another boost.
SrEAKElt Randall has expressed the
opinion that congress will adjourn by the
15th of May. He says the Democrats arc
determined to make a good record at this
session; that no political debates will he
permitted, and that all the regular appro
priation bills will be out of tlw way by the
time specified. This is understood to be
the desire of Mr. Tilden, as well as other
long-headed memb'Ts of the party. The
new rules of the house give the speaker al
most absolute authority, and he promises
to exersise it this spring in facilitating
It is not by any means certain that Sena
tor Vest's bill, cieuting the territory of ok
latiomn, will receive serious consid'-rati oi
this Bcssion. It seems that the committee
which lias it in charge was altogether in
too much of a hurry to make a tavorable
report upon it. When the report was
agreed upon not half of the members of
the committee were present. The report,
therefore, failed to give satisfaction. A
resolution bus been offered and adopted by
the committee recalling the bill. It will
probably remain with the comaiittec until
something definite is discovered with re
gard to the temper of congress concerning
it If there is strong opposition to it, the
committee will probably retain possession
. of it until neit session.
la Yont lLuu Fam.inu on Tuhnino
Guay? "London Hair Color Restorer," the
most cleanly and deliirhtlul article ever in
traduced to the American people. It is
totally different from all others, not sticky
or gummy, ami tree irom uu impure in
grodients that render many other pivparn
tious obnoxious. It thickens thin hair, re
stores gray hair, gives it new life, cures
dandruff, causing the hair to grow where it
has fallen off or become thin, does not soil
or stain r.nytlilng, ana Is so perlectiy ami
elegantly prepared as to make it a lasting
hair dressing and toilet luxury. London
Hair Color Uestorer is sold by all druggists
at 7.1 cents ft bottle, or six bottles tor f
Princinal Denot for United States, MO
North Sixth street, Philadelphia.
JOHN SHERMAN NOWHERE.
From the New York San .
As to John Sherman, he is nowhere.
He belongs to a weak and despised admin
istration, his connection with which has
shorn him of all power and prestige. Mr.
Sherman mi'dit iust as well step down to
day and cease to be a candidate. His
nomination is not even among tno possibil
Mothers! Motiieks!! Motiikhs!!!
,re you disturbed at niiiht and broken of
your rest by a sick child suffering and cry
ing from the excruciating pains of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle
of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sutferer lmmciuatly
depenu upon it; there is no lmsiako
about it. Thero is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and L'ive rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all c ises, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one ot the oldest and best lemalo
physicians aud nurses in the United States.
old everywhere. 1 wenty-live cents a bot
DO HENS LOVE?
In my father's poultry yard, says a writer
in Chamber's Journal, was a game cock,
the most beautiful bird of the kind I ever
aw. He had several wives, and it was a
curious thing to see the different airs and
graces of the ladies of his train.
He wa9 an inveterate lighter, it lie couut
escape from the yard, which was surrounded
by a hi'di wall. By some means, an acci
dent happened to his foot, and he became
lame. My brother who was a medical student
advised "us to poultice it. Mamma under
taking this, Ralph cauie every morning to
have his foot dressed, and though evidently
suffering very much allowed her to attend
to it. But no improvement came, ana t tie
poor bird began to droop, One (lay we
heard a loud noise; a famous game cock
had come into the yard when the gate was
lett open, attacked Ralph, and h id beaten
him severely. He was sorely injured,
though lie had defended himselt weil.
Mamma picked him up and carried him
awav, but next morning he wa3 out in the
yard, warming himself in the sun. I was
glad I was there to see what I then saw, or
I could not have believed it. Ralph had
been beaten! He was no longer to be hon
ored by his faithless wives. They came
tirst one by one, and then altogether, look
ing with all the contempt they could dis
play. One und another pecked at him,
and at last the prettiest, and his favorite,
went straight up to him and gave him
a severe dab near the eye. But there
was one faithful friend among them,
an awkward, bustling brown hen
with no pretensions to beauty, who rlew
to his rescue, stood resolutely before the
prostrate bird for lie sunk to the
ground, ns if heartbroken and sheltered
hiin with her wings. It was useless to
leave him in the poultrv-yard, so he and
his faithful brown hen were placed in the
garden, the tool-house being left open for
them during the night. Same weeks pass
ed, and Ralph grew weaker, till one morn
ing we found him derul. A grave was dug,
and his faithful wife saw him placed in it.
She was taken back to the yard; but she
never rallied; and, in a few days after, we
saw her lying cold and lifeless on the spot
where the friend of her generous heart lay
Nothino can exceed the folly and stupid
ity ol those who submit to the pangs of the
various forms and complications of rheu
matism and gout, by which they are tortur
ed and disabled, when they can, by one or
two applications of Giles' Liniment Iodide
Ammonia, obtain instantaneous and perma
Giles' Fills cures headache. Sold by
all druggists. Send for pamphlet. I)r
Giles. 1','0 West Broadway, N. , Trial
.sio 2-j cents.
HE IS DISCOVERED.
Some months ago a crazy fellow was dis
covered near Jacksonville. He gi.ve the
name of Charles Christ. He possessed a
good education, and attracted much sympa
thy, from the fact that he had evidently
been well brought up. He obstinately re
fused to tell his name. It has now trans
pired that his name is Charley Howlet, and
that he is the son of a banker lu Faiitield,
Iowa, His mind is unsettled lrom long
continued study, a law case which lie un
dertook failed, and this aggravated his
malady to such an extent t hut he finally be
came crazy and left his home and wandered
around the country.
J. T. WAKKEN & CO.
U liti W. Second St.
Fnf)li!L and Domestlr dried and canned Fruit and
Ve(p'taMi'. Culined. dried and suit Fish. Pick
leu. Kuan-!, oil and Condiment. Soup
"tuft", Ilu'iiliiK Powders, (rronnil and
whole Hiieef. T jilet and Laundry
Soap, Seed, ilellle, Preserves
Fancy Oroierle aud Gro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS" MANUEL.
A I Pi TTATTC
uiji; n v u
45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dn. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "lor all
the His that llesh is heir to," but in Mice
tions of the Liver, and all Billious com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick headache, or
diseases ol that diameter, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVEK.
No better cathartic can bo used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are uncoualcd
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine arc never sugar-coated.
Each box lias a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLane's Liver Fill.
Each wrapper bear3 the signatures of C.
McLane and Flemino Biios.
S-tfhisist upon having the genuine Pit.
C. McLane's Liveu Fills, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
TIIC WEEKLY Bt'I.I.ETI.V.
The Weekly Bulletin,
FORTY -EIGHT COLUMNS
ri'BLISHEIi OX MONDAY
S'.OO Per A.miYim
$1.50 to Clnlii ol Five and U t ward 1
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY .
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July 11th,' 1S77, Under the
Laws of the State of Illinois.
Coppnghted July fi, 1&77, under
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STfiATTON, fursim::
Mint. A. r.TAYLOK,
J. A. GULDSTISK,
Ph. J. J. tlOHDON,
THOMAS LEWIS, -
BOARD OF MANAGERS:
J. J. (iGHDON. riivHinuu Cairo, V.'.r
Mr. A. 1. TAYLOK, tsniii:rintendeut of
School, Alexin. c'.er lounlv
, A. (iOLDS TIN E. id (ioliiMiue ,V Jiu
cnwntur. Who)eale and Ketall Dealer
in Staple iiml Kiniev hry liuoili. '
N. H. T1M.STLEWOH). of Hinkle ii
IhlFtlowood. Coir.!iiLi.on Murecaut,
Cotton and Toliaeeu Tudor" " "
H. D. AMiiiS, of Ayres & C o.. tuiu-.ui-
lon Merchant ' '
THOMAS LEWIS, Insurant Maimer
and Attorney lit Law '
WM. STKATTuN of Straiten i llird
Whole'iiie (irorer. ..
GEO. M. ALDEN. t'oniiuisiou Mer
chant, 7S Ohio Levee
JAS. S. KEAHDEN, Auelit Mi:m-:miI
Vnl.ev 'i'rannortKtiuii l'oni!;M.v "
(.'HAS. K. sil'AKT. N'hukmie and lie-
tail Dry Good and Notion '
EDWAKD A. DI'DEIt. Mai,nl:.cf.:rm
Jt'WIer and Uholei-ule (leuii : 111 Wutcu-
ii. nker ' Tool and .Miitvrw; ' "
CH.UiLES LANCASTER, Lancaster &
Kiev, Lumlier liealer "
C O. l'ATIEH. .'. O. I'atier A C o ,
n hcileMile mid Hetail Merchant ' '
Kkv, U.Y.OEOKGE, Pa:or I'rett)j-l-:riau
l'. WHI'I K. Insurance Ati !.t
. W. M, KEAIG. I'dftiLiicter - '
S. T. WIIEELEK, Allon.eyan'. Co;.i.m1
or at Law '
Mn. LOI'ISA I'ISIiltAC K " "
O'H'AH IIAYT11 UN, Whoe-jal- i.L(l
l'etail Hoot1 Shoe mi 1 Dry ',oo'! ... ' "
A.. I. KII.'D, MerchaM and Steamboat
I H'rnprii ior
1LLI AM M.l l.fc. 1. 1 U'Tal .HvKlu c '
G. Se'lU II. Who'eMile an! lie- ..)
Drui't'i-t " '
J.T. H KNNIK. Fonndrv an t Machinist " "
AI.I1EKT LEWIS .". "
Vl.s. L. A HoWAHD. lioardini; lloe.pe
V. K. lMTCHEK. lnMiiaiire AM.l
A. HALLEY, Dealer In Stovt. Tin and
h. W. GKEEN. Greeu, Wood Jc h .-ni.it:
II F. t'OTTEH. r duor
Mi;-, t . A AYLRS
A. .1. I HENCII, Furait-r.
Wherca. Iln'.cnmc Mnrrav ard Jane Marra1.
w lie. ol the c ounty of Alexander and State ol
i.oi. I.y their certain uiortirat'o deed ia; 1
'1 -..I'litii-th day ot J al, inn v A. I). lTu. anil iimI
inli-d iu I in office of the recorder of il.-ii of
Alexander County. Illinois in book ""of ale
ni'.rtaL'f on pa.'e :H", dlil grant. tiariJaiii. m-.I. re-n,;.-.
a:ien, and convey unto a, th' unw'rli.t:i-j.
David '1'. I.iiiefnr und John II. Mulkey. as iieTtwn-
ie. ih' i.indaiid pretni-e hereinnin-r ih-M rilnd.
tosecuri' tre uavuii-htof one curtain liri'inhHrv
luteof even dale theri'with i-xecutert hy the said
Holconie .Murray and the said Janu Mttrruv tons.
the mid David T. Line-ar and the said ,:,ihu II.
Muikev. fur 't.e ettrn of one ht:i.drert dui'hii-. pay-
utile ninety nays alter Hate, with lnten st m tl.e rate
of ten per cent, per annum, from ila'e r.nni paid,
anil p ;rlii'iiii.r:y deseiilied in said no irt :.- l. i-it :
i.nil. whereas, there : now due and unpaid on aid
ote the fitiiii ol tifty dollais vit:i int-re-t tie-n on
linlii the date of said note; now, thfiefore, defu;:'.l
tiiviiu lieen made in the pavment i; suid note and
ii.ten-t thereon, pnli le notice is hurtliv l-1cii ll.av
in piirs'iance of 'lie pmrisions of said ninrr:' .;
li-i-d, and liy virtue of the power and authority
L'ntnted to n In mid iv the same, wo on tn'e
l"th day of April. A. I) . lsi. at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon of tnat luy, a: the front umr of t::e co ;r:
house in the i'y of Citim, Coiinty of Alexander
nr.d State of lllinoi. sell at puhitc Bte tiui.. to the
highest hidder fur caih. the premie d'-i ri'ei d in
said inortfa'e deed a the norti) ha.f. t, f.ftl.e
northwest i A., i ol see t ion thirty -one i HI i in imuhtp
fixleen ll.i rant'e one 1 1 1 weM, ixc-pt f, i'y 11
acre, oil of the east end off aid north biiif i1. . sit1:
aled in the Ccnmty of Alexander and Stat,", f l.li
nois. and allreht and ei!iity of redemption of -he
said Holeoine Murray und the said Jane .V.uriay .j
wife, the.r heir and" a"iirjH therein.
DAVIDT. I.INEOAKi Joll.N II MFI.KKY,
Dated at Cairo. Ills., this the Vh day of Man h.
A. D.. Isl.
heren. hy a certain sa! tnortt'iiire. ri-artn
date the Kilteenth clay of An:.".;st A. D.. l'T-!. aud
recorded iu the Hecurder otllce ol Aleiaiiiier
onntv. in the State ol lllinoi-. in volutin- 4" of
deeds, on pa;M 4 J. Dane Farnhxker and K.i.i
A. Fanitmker. his wife, did convey to the 'inner
siL'iied. the foliowiuit deserihed real -.tn.e. situate
in the County of Alexander. Slate of Iiiiin !-. t
wit: Lot numbered elt'lit (Sj In Vmk !.-.i::i.,--re 1
fieir Ii m the City of t'uiro. aecordmt' -o tie- re
corded map or plat of said city : w..li i' sa.ii con-ve-nin
e wus iu niorti.'iiL'e to i-ecnro the payiiiint
at maturity of certain pruiit-iry niei-therein
mentioned; upon the lat of which promi-Miry
note there now. remain due and payable the 'itii
of Tveiity-i',i) hutidrsd dollar, wlth'ten p,-r cer, l.
interest per annum thereon from the Flf.cu.ih day
of AUL'Ust. A. D , is; 7.
Now. therefore, notice is hereby '.".vh that under
and hy virtue and in pursuance of the terms and
condition" of said sale morlsaite. I. the. nndersiu-n-ed.
MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF A IK 1 1., A.D .
at 'he hour of two o'clock p. in., of that dav. at the
Court llioise door. In the City of air". Alexander
County. Illllioi. sell the real estate above derc.-l li
ed, at public vendue to the bitrliest bidder for cali.
111 Ir.ied, and will execute to the pun lm r a deed
thci tor HoHEliT li. lTNNINtHA.M.
Cmro, 111 .. March iid, Iss 1. ( Mortrateo.
rec-n iV. liilbert. Attorney
lTLK'ATION FOK PAItDON.
I'libllc notice I heroliv tdvc-ti, that oh Friday, the
ii'llh day of March A 1). isso. an appllentloti will
be Hindu to Hi Excellency, Hon. S. M. Ctillom,
Ifovetnorol the State of Illinois, for the pardon of
one Frank Hansom, v. ho via convicted of the crime,
of unuid larceny at the September term, A. D IK'i.
of the Alexander county Circuit Court; at which
time and place all person interested, mav appear
und resist said application If they ee tit to do so,
ou behalf of ald I-rank Hansom.
Dated at Cairo, III., this 4th day of March A. D.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manulncturer of and Dealer In Al 0
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE.
ALL KINS! Of JOB VOBK flONI TO OnUEIIfail
NO. 27, E10HTI1 8TREET,
CAIUO, : s : , ILLINOIS
ITU i C1C1T7
D JL iy
TONTINES AND ALL
r TTin 4 CICITTH A 1
aniPI.US Over SKVKN MJLLJOX DOLI.AliS
1N0 I'.p.i.;m Note
All J'niii 's I1.C1 -ii!'. s t a llc Afler ! ir.tr in I' rce Thru- Year?
INCRKAE OF AS-ETS DURJNti YEAR 170. OVER
TWO MILLION DOLLA11S,
K. A. "IJUKNETT. Apcnt,
The Great Carriaw Maiiufactiiiiiii: Hoihe of the World .
Top Bugirics and Fliaeton.s,
Pest ii:!.t lilt'. wi.ikn.aii-l.ij-, Uiu. ', n.e st 1, s, s'.r' ; iini
il ira'lic vt-l:ic!- ,u vcrv restut.
i 0,000 1
Manufacturcl by EMELS0X,
in every part of the
Tliey yive uiifnilint; satif fiiftion. AH
tcttiintiiiiiils fndii all I'Mts ot tlie ('(nintry
of wliicli are on file mljcct to insjiccticii :
Mcsr. Emuu'on Fisitrn A Co. :
. L.mhu'on i-intrii ,v Co : (iA'..VA. July in. lsn.
I have tied one of your Top ilaeirie three year", i.tid '. l;n-i- of ll.ehi two year In my (ivory staldf ,
cy have jtiwu tne peilVct sulisli.itinu and an in constant use.. OSCAU SMALLEY.
and 1 1.
Most. C'oI'Itck ,fc Joii;ion. Newheiiiiy. S. C, .Tulv 17, lHm
Dear S(r:--I liuvebeen usintrthe Fcierson & Fisher Hucpy 1 hoiicht from yon a roii,'h!y I pap
pose as uny one could. I hud a lut hoie. drove him at full spieil, onieiiine wltli two (irown ladle and
mysell In 'he bng:y, and ll is lo-tlay woi.h nil 'he tnomy I paid ii-r It. 1 suv the Ftnerson A Fisher
IJiiCKlM will do. A. M. TEAltLE. Farmer
The favoralile reputation the Ciininycs lmre in.ule in locnlki' a where they lmve lccn
uscil for several years by Liverymen, Pliyisiciaiis, Farmers nml others requiring hard and
constant tbc, has led to an increased dcinnml from tho;-e localities, to meet whieh tho
mnnufacturin!,' facilities of their mammoth establishment have been extended, enabling
them now to turn out in good rlylc,
360 Carriages a "Week.
EMERSON, FISHER & C0S
OTHER POPULAR FORMS OF
Corner Twolftli Street.
ill & CO.,
FISHEII (V CO., are now in u-e
their wnrk is wiirviintetl, Tlicy liuvc rcccivcil
of juirjinrt similar to the lollowintr, Lumlrcds
CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST