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THE DAILY CAIHO BULLETIN: SUNDAY . MORNING, MARCH 14, 18S0.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
VIKT 0KI11 (MUHlUITt M2!
K. A. Ilurnott,
Otw: B1UUb BulWlwr, VTMWnBtoB Avenue
Pally (delivered by carrier) per week.
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, 10 (X)
, 5 00
UJUi (la tUYAUM wmw j
. 1 00
. 1 50
ft mil (In advance) no year.
Three -ontha. ... l' ',',. . ! ! .'
Va rlniM of ten ana uvci vi'i -
II u t e i
Flnrtimcrtion, per "l"---,;:;: '; W
ubiquontliirtiou. per square 3 ()
Tor one week, per qniiro 4 w
For two week, per "iintiro (l0
For three week, 7 no
Koroae mouth 4 uu
K-n 4diUoiial square j
ten cents per line.
DeaUii and marriagei! free
nrntlnefrtlon, per fqnaro.
liiff i the space occupied, ai " ." 'V
e twv've iin. of foUd type to vtio men.
'Towilar advertiser, w erlor
menta. both a to rate 01 cna...
"E. A. linrnett. Cairo, Illluola
6I7Mog "Daily la Southern Illinois
largest Circulation of any Caily in
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Mb 3 II IUte, Newspaper Artvcrtl'lns A pent,
41 ra'tk'Uow Cl'l.ne. Building. New York. Imu
thonwd to contrail for advertisement in Hie
BnxrriN. at nnr ix-st rate.
It is uot surprising to find the president
doubling in the Pinchback case. In mat
ters of appointment, save where an Ohio
man or a returning board fiaud is to be tho
beneficiary, the president has all the inde
ciesion of an ass between two bundles of
The Virginia negro legislature is an un
certain quantity in politics. Having
helped to organize the assembly in the in
terest of the readjustee and elect Mahoue
to the United States senate, lie turns about,
and, on .he proposition of debt-paying, is
tound with the debt-payer. There is no
certainty, however of holding him there,
ior a little spoil is very apt to lead him
Mr. Garfield is talking very determin
edly for Sherman.' lie is not, so tho Cleve
land Herald announces on authority, aud
will not be a candidate for president, but
'will continue to give to Secretary Sher
man his sincere, earnest, and hearty sup
port." Will nothing change his firm re
solve? Nothing move him? Suppose that,
by the failure of Sherman's civil servants
to come to time, Ohio is 1. ft without a fa
vorite son, what then? Wl not Mr. Gar
field 1)0 willing to stand in the gap?
A correspondent asks the Springfield
Register 'to tell him whether or not Rhine
fought in the army. The Register answers
that Blaiue did not "light in tho army,"
but hired a substitute and the substitute
deserted, and this is the sum of Blaine's
war record.. Our Springfield contempo
rary, to make the answer complete should
have added that Blaine did not pay the
substitute, but by some means or other
, compelled tho town in which he lived to
foot tho bill. The ''Plumed Knight's" patri
otism did not cobt him a "red cent."
Whatever Dennis Kearney might have
been ranked heretofore, he is now a martyr
to the cuaso of free speech. 1 1 is arrest for
words Bpoken in the course of a public ad
dress is a grave departure from the tr.idl
ditional freedom of speech to long toler
ated with perfect safety to our popular in
stitutions. It is the privilege of every man
in tho country to talk as loud, us long nud
wildly as ho pleases, provided that iu so do
ing he does not interfere with the property
or personul liberty of voters. There was
really no harm in Kearney's talk, but the
insolence and tyranny ol his arrest may
precipitate a riot.
The New York butter and cheese ex
change having caused the uriest of sevcrul
Brooklyn grocers lor selling oleomargarine
&s dairy butter, a company engaged iu the
manufacture ot this vile decoction has 1111
tlcrtaken their defense in court. When
their cases come .on for trial it will be
maiutuiucd in their behalf that the lc"isla
ture hag no power to compel thu Manufac
turer of any food product to stumn, hnmd.
mark, or label it when such tampiim U
unly intended to restrict and prevent its
Dale In the markets of the world, and that
oleomargarine is not u substance In the
ncmbhtnce of butter, but butter itself; nnd
more healthful than dairy butter because It
it free from animal mutter.
Tn Voltaic Bki.t Co.. Maukihi.i
1 3ltc. Will iiciid their celebrated Electro-
YoIUiC Bolt to tho mulcted upon J0 days
tIa. Kneed v cures iruaranteed. Thev
mean what they my. Write to them with
TirR RABBIT KILLED I UK
AN OMAHA FABLE IlY J. O. DORSET.
Tho Rabbit went somewhere. Ho ar
rived ut tho place where the Winter was.
"Well, you have not been coming at all (or,
your custom in the past has been not to
come hither at all) to this place (not your
home). Sit by those things near you.
What Is tho great matter with you, you who
have been walking?" said the Winter.
"Yes, my uncle, my aunt, too, my grand
mother having altogether beaten the lite
out of me, I have been coming hither in a
The Rabbit coutinued crying; he contin
ued hopping to and fro; he did not sit mo
tionless at .11. "Sit still," said the Winter.
"No, uncle, I always do thus." And it
came to pass that the Winter spoke of go
ing out hunting. "My uncle, I will go to
the place where you will be," said the Rab
bit. "What, you would die," said the Y in
ter. "No, uuclc, how can you possibly
thifik that I would die? At any rate I bin
goinar thither." "Let us see; so do," said
the Winter. The Winter went out; and
when he had said, "Wli ! wh !" he made a
tine driving snowstorm. It was very cold.
And when lie went, the Rabbit accompan
ied him. The Rabbit was very active; hfi
rau very, far in front (of the Winter), and
thoncamo back again; ho ran around tho
Winter while he was niovinif nlonir. "The
person in motion is indeed active," thought
tho Winter. And it came .to pass that he
ithn IJ.-ihliin snared ui) 11 deer. "Olio, un
cle, there comes a deer to the place where
you are. Shoot him," said the Rabbit.
No, indeed, 1 u not mint sueu unrigs,
said the Winter. And then the Rabbit
thought, "What can hy be hunting.'"
And it came to nass that the lutbbit,
while moving louud some men.
"Oho. uncle, some men Lave come to tint
place where you arc."
"Yes, such 1 am useu 10 miming, ba:u
the Winter. Aud then the inter killed
them. And he carried the bodies to his
liouifi. When he reached honia he boiled
the men ("who had been alive").
"Hurry for your nephew, 1 turn ne is
very hungry indeed," said the Winter
(speaking to his wife, who was cooking). It
was cooked. A dish he filled for him (the
Rabbit) with the human fresh meat.
"I am not used to eating such (food),"
said the Rabbit. He gave it back to them.
wi11.11 tiio umiiilv nf nrovisions had been
eaten the Winter spoke of going out hunt-
ing again. "Let us go, uaoou, sam me
Winter. "No, uncle. Do you go abue,"'
said the Rabbit. The Winter,
having made it cold again, went
out. When he had cone, the Rabbit ques
tioned his wile. "My aunt, what does my
uncle fear (when he sees it)?" "Your
uncle has nothing to lear." "No, aunt,
even I have something to fear (when I see
it.) , If is impossible for my uncle to have
nothing to fear." "Your uncle has nothing
to fear" said the woman. "No, aunt, even
I am frightened from time to time. It is
impossible for my uncle to have nothing to
fear." "Your uncle fears the head of a
Rocky Mountain sheep." "Yes, I thought
so," said the Rabbit.. Having found one,
he killed it. He cut off the lie.nl with a
knife, and carried it homeward on his
back. The Winter reached home. "In
which direction went the Rabbit !" "He
has just gone out." said the woman. And
it came to pass that tho Rabbit reached
home at dusk. "Uncle, that round thing
bv vou is the head of a Rocky .Mountain
ehni.il ' Lo said. When lie had thrown it
suddenly towards him, the Winter became
altogether dead, only tlie woman re
mained. Therefore, from that time it has
not been very cold. Am. Antiquarian.
FROM THE BANKS OF TIIE HUDSON.
, NEWiinio. N.Y., Oct. 20, 187!).
II. H. Warner it Co., RoaiEsn;n, N. Y.
(tenth-men : "A lady of over s-.-venty
years ot age, 111 lulling health tor over a
year, has been using. Wtiruer's Safe Bitters
on 111 v recommendation. She leels very
LMateful for the benefit she has derived
therefrom, and says that until she used it
her stomach could bear no vegetable iood
for over three vears. I believe it to be a
certain specific for dyspepsia. Dr. J. T.
The Reoublican senators are impendim:
public business by making long speeches
on a subjecj which is jUHt as well under
stood as it would bo were they to waste
three months in this tiresome talk. They
can't make a half cent's worth ot party
capital out of the Fits', John Porter case.
Tho present Republican administration
nml the Democratic congress will cheer
fully divide the responsibility for the busi
ness. 'Few ok the Ills ok Live" are more
prevalent and distressing than bilious dis
orders. The sviiintoniH are low spirits.
want of eiicrfv. restlessness headache, no
appetite, sallow kin, ciwtivciiess and other
ailments which show the liver is 111 tho
proper way to do it is to use "Dr. Swavne
lar nml Saraspanlla rills. lheir cllect
on the livi nml lilood is wonderful, re
moving pimples and all eruptions, leaving
the complexion fair nnd fresh as in youth.
!'nce '2't cents 11 box ot thirty Pills, or live
tuxes fer 1.0(1. Sent bv mail on receipt
of price, by Dr. Swavne Son, IlitO North
Sixth street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
A PARTY OF PRINCIPLE.
New York Mm.
F 11ml! i' (hern low risen 1111 In the eounti'V
n imrtv u'Lii'li in reiitlv 11 inii-1 v (it Dtliieiiile.
- 1 - j - 1 " ' - 1 ; ' "
e reier to me younu iiepumicansoi nos-
ton. lliey nave ooidiy passed a resolution
ileclannLT that neither urant nor Blaine is
lit to be president.
Tliiu tin ittiiwiiit'iiirtnrr uiirn of oronrettt
....o 1.1. ........ ..K 1,
Much as wo inltdit nrcfer Blaine's first term
'. .. tl ....I I!
0 urant tinrd, yei me young lo-pumi'
.an tire entirely rL'ht; neither Blaine nor
Irani, iu III.
We nrii ir'nd tlii'jM Ucnuhlicans arc
p. - - - -
vouiil.'. iihaloiiLf hi e before them they
may do much good. o only wish tney
were more numewui,
Caktkr'k Little Liver Pills are rnlike al
other pills. No puruuiit or pain. Act
rpceiidly on the liver or bile. Ono pill
Wiut Makkh Yon Su u i Yon have nl
lowed von I- liowela In lieeoimi liabltuallv
rtikfu-fi wmr Iti-nr Imu lifirnout tumid, lltn
stiiiio thing uils your kidneys, and you are
tilur nut..! 1111 V.,tu I... u..i,u!l.l.t tiit 11 mutt...
j.n 1 u. n. i-viinii.i. , p,... '
Mini of liLlmiv.Wiirt lnlr it futtlifnllv nin
rv- .'", -.." - j ..-.
Noon you will foruet yoit'vo got any such or-
.... .. . . iii 1 ...
45 YEARS BEFORE THE 1TBL1C.
arc not .recommended as a remedy "lor all
the ills that llesh is heir to," but iu nlTee
tions of the Liver, and all Billions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVKK.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequak-d
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine arc never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLani;'s Liver Pn.i..
Each wrapper benrs the sigiirturcs of C.
McLane and Flemish Bros.
J-nnsist upon having the genuine D11.
C. Mc Lane's Liveu Pills, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh., Ta.
the market being full ol imitations' of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
THE WEEKLY Bl'LLF.TlN'.
The Weekly Bulletin,
rraiJSIIEP ox MONDAY
FORTY -EIGHT COLUMNS
Sk2.00 Per A.nnum
SI. 50 to Clubs ut Five and Upward !
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July 14th, 1877, Under the
Laws of "the State of Illinois.
Copprighted July 0, 1877, under
Act of Conmess.
WILLIAM STUATTON, Pii.mdi:st.
Mils. A. P. TAYLOR,
J. A. CiOLDSTlNE,
Dii. ,1. J.OOliPUN,
BOARD OK MANAGERS:
.1. J.OORDON, I'lvsiemn Cairo,
.Mrs, A. V. TAYLOR. Superintendent or
ISclioele, Alxuniler Cuiiiitv "
J. A. CiOLliSI IN E, oUiolilrttne .t llnf-euwiiti-r.
Whol'-rule mid Retail Ptulers
In Maple and Euiiev Pry (ioodi- "
N. II. TUISTLEWOOI). ol Uinkle ii
Tblxtlcwiiod. C'oiinairKldU Merchants,
Cotton end Tobacco Factor" "
S. 1. AYRES, ufAyres & Co., Cuminis
(inn .Merehnnta "
TIIU.MAS LEWIS. Iusiiriiiini .Milliliter
nnd Attiirm-v 111 i.aw '
WM. STRAT'I'oS of Strnttou t Uird
Whole-ale lirocers.. "
liEO. M. Al.PEN. I'oiamipriou .Mer
chant, 78 Ohio Li-vci-
JAS. S. UKARllEN. Atfelit MiM-irHj,il
Vabev '1 rum-port utioii cuinpuny "
CHAS.'K. STl'ART. VhoU-u!e aud Re
tail Drv (ioode ami Notions "
EliWAIil) A. IIL'I'ER. .Munuiaeturii e,
Jewlt-r uikI WboU-Miie ui uU r in WutiL-innkeri-'a
Tooln and Material "
CHARLES LANCASTER, Luntu-ter ii
Rice, Lumber Healers ' "
C O. I'ATIER. O. O. Puller ii l' ,
Whole-ale nail Retail .MercbniiU "
Rkv. h.Y.liLUROE. Paftur I'rebyl-riao
J. C. WHITE. Insiirauce Au'etit "
(i. W. Mi KEAIU. PnrtmaMcr "
S. P. WHEELbR, Attorney am! C oian-el-or
at l.a-.r "
Mas. I.ul'ISA Fl Ml RACK "
OSCAR I1AYT1I UN, W'lm',enile and
Reinll Hunts- Mine an J I'ry Huou- "
A.J. RIRH, Merchant nud Meumboat
I (Proprietor "
WILLIAM KI.l I.E. (iciieral .Merch'd e "
P. U. sell I'll, W holesale and Retail
J.T. RENNIK. Foundry uud Mi.ohint.. "
ALIIERT LKWIS "
Mit. I.. A. HOWARD. UoardiLj; House.. '
W. F. PITCHER. lusnniiice Au'i-ot "
A. HALl.EY, Dealer in Stovic. Tin and
E. V. i.REEN. (ireen, Wood A Leunett
II F. POTTER. Editor aud Publisher
Ariius-Jonriml Mound City.
JIin. i .. A AY LPS Villa Rlde.
A.J. 1 RENCH, Fanner Rinl 1'uint.
PPER'ATIoN 1-oR PARDON.
Public notice p herebv (.-iven. that on Friday, the
th d:iv of .March A I)" 11. 11 n tipplic ati'Ti will
be inu'ile to His Except ncv, Hon. S-M. L'nlloin.
Governor of the state of Illinois, lor the pardon of
one Krank Ransom, who was convicted of I lit- crime
of crawl lan env ut the September term. A. D lST!i.
of the Alexander County Cirecit Court: at which
time and place 10I persons interested, niay i.piar
and resist said application if ibev ei- tit to (In so.
SA.Ml EL WILSON,
on behalf of suid 1 rank Ransom.
Dated at Cairo, III., this 4th iluv of March A. D.
Whereas. Holcotnc Murray and Jane Murray. hU
wife, of.lbe County of Alexander and Nate ol Illi
nois, by their certaill murtL'ailf d'-ed dated the
'1 wentletli day ot .lanuiiry A. D. ls'.'i. and duly re
corded lu t.ie otlicc of ihe recorder of de.-ds of
All xander County. Illinois, iu book of sale
inoricai.'es on paie did crai.t. bart''iin. sell, re
mise, alien, and convey unto ii". the undersiL-iied.
Duvid T. Linecnr and John II. Mulkev. us nuirtu'a-
L'ees. the laniland prenn-es ricrcinai:' r iicscrineii.
lo secure the iayiuent of one curtain promissory
not.-of even date therewith executed by the said
Ilolcome MurriiT and the said Jane Mtirrav to us.
the said David 1'. Linecnr and the said John H.
Mulkev. for tin- sum of one hundred dollars. Buy
able ulnetv days afler date, w ith interest ut the rule
of ten per cent, per annum, from date nm:! paid,
and p irliciilur'.y desciibed ill said mortcnae deed:
ami. whereas, there Is now due and unpaid nu said
note the sum ol nlty dollars with iitterot iiien on
from the date ot -aid note; now. tlierelore, rttfiiiilt
hnviu.'heen niude in the naviueiit ol said note nm
interest thereon, pub ic notice is Iwrebv civi-u that
in nursitance of 'he provisions 01 sum moii'-iL'e
deed, and liv virtue of the power aud authurity
eranted lo u In and "y the same, we siml! on Hie
tiiih iluv of Anr . A. !.. lsso. al OoclorK in the
foreiiiHiii of that day. at the front door of tin- court
hou-e in the Cl'v of Cairo. County of Alexander
and slate of Illinois, sell at public auction, hi the
hit'liest bidder for cnsL. me prenn-es ues. riuni in
said niorlL'iiL'e deed as the north half C ; of the
iiorlh west i1., 1 ol section thirty-one 1.11 1 in tow iMnp
sixteen ill'ii raiiL'e one il 1 west, exe pt forty iMn
acres oil of the east end of said north half (',.1. situ
ated 111 the County of Alexander and State nf Illi
nois, unit nil r.-'lit nun cuny 01 rent-iupiiou 01 tut
said llnlcnnie .Murray and the said Jane Murray his
wife, tlo- r heirs aiid'assiirns therein.
DAVIDT. LINEiiAli A JOHN II .Mr l.hlA .
Dated at Cairo. Ills., this the Mh day ol .March.
A. H.. lSNI.
ORTO AGUE'S SALE.
Whereas, bv a certain sale morttntrc, bcarlnK
date the Fifteenth uay of August A. P.. is.'i. and
rei nnled In the Peeonler n ollice ol AlexamJer
Cii'.mtv. Ill the Slate of Illinois, m volume of
deeds, on piiL-e Is.'. Piiac rnrtinaker ami hnzj
A Fiirnbaker. bis wife, did conve to the uiidi-r-
siened. Ihe fiillowlni; descnbeil ri al estate, situate
In the I oiintv ol Alexander. Mine "l Illinois. .
wit: Lot numbered cltlit (S) In block numiieri-d
four i p In the City of I a!ro. according to the re
corded map or plat ol sauicuv; which sum uni-
ve.ancc was In niortL'iii'e to secure the pavment
at n aturity of certain promissory noies iiierein
mi-T'Poiicd: upon the last ol which promlfstiry
noli- then- now remains due, and payable Ihe hiiiii
of I w.-niv-rhe hundred dollars, with 0n per t'eM.
interest perannuin thereon Iron) the l llleeiith (lay
of Auuilst. A. I).. 1H7T.
Now. therefore, notice Is hereiiy L'lven thai under
aniMiv virtue and In pursuance of the terms nnd
condition ol said sitlb mort.'acc, I, the tindurslirii
ed, will on
MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OFAP1UL, A.D..
at the hour of two o'clock P. in . of that tlav, lit the
C t lloiise door. Ill the City of Cairo, Alexander
Coiiniv. Illinois, sell t lit real estate above detcflh-
cd. at public vendue to the hluhesl bidder for cash,
in hand, and w ill execute to the purchaser n deed
thereror RORERT II. Cl'NNINGlIAM.
Calm. Ills.. March Ud. ls-M. jMurtpiiscc
llreell ii Gilbert. Attorneys
ALL SOUTH, SIZKS AXD STYLES,
Maunlaclurer of and Dealer ItiAlso
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
JP"iU. KINDS Of .IOB WOIIK nnNl TO onllKR JlfJ
NO. 27, EIGHTH STREET,,
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
TONTINES AND ALL OTHER POPULAR FORMS OF
SUJUMAJS Over SKVKX MILLION DOLLAIW
(No Premium Notcf .)
Ail Polices Incontestable After Being in Force Three Years.
INCREASE OF ASSETS DURING YEAR 167!), OVKrt
TWO MILLION DOLLARS,
12. A. ISUltNlSTT. Agent,
The Great Carriaire Manufacturing House of the 4 World.
II1 I I Ii' I f
Pii r 1 1 l
Top Uiijrtrio.s and PJuietons.
I'est material, good woiknuiiK-liiji, IihihImiiih- styles, strong uliI
durable vehicles in every respect.
Manufactured by EMERS0X, FISHER & CO., are now in use
iu every part of the American Continent.
They give unfuiling HHtist'uction. All their work is wai-ninted, They imve received
testimonials from nil pints ot the country of purport siinilur to the lollowing, huudrcrl.-i
of which are on tile subject to Inspection :
Messrs Fvi uson Fiiikh & Co. : G.m.va. Ii.i.s.. July 1. ls!i.
I hiive'tiseil one of vour Top Ruirsrloii three years, and three of them two yeai In my llvervialile,
nnd they have isivcu mu perfect satlslactlou uhd are In coustunt use.,' OSCAR h.MALLb i .
Messrs Copi-ock .t JoiiNfoN : Nkw iimiitv. H. C, July IT. Mil.
Dear Sirs:- I have been tisiniillio Einersoii & Fisher Iluup.v I bouelil from you as roughly 1 sup
pose an a iiv .me could. I had ll fast hone, drove him al lull speed, Hotuellinen wlUi two irrown ladles and
luvseinii Hie bum. and It Is to-d..y wor.b all the ...ouey 1 paid lor It. I sav the Ku.erson A l-isher
Ruckle will do. A- A1- 1 EAl'1 '""''
The favorable reputation the Carriages have made in localities where they have bepu
used for several years by Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers nnd others requiring hard nnd
constant use, has led to an iriceusoa demand from those localities, to meet which tho
manufacturing facilities of their mammoth establishment have been extended, enabling
them now to turn out in good style,
360 Carriages a Week,
EMEItSGN, FISHER & CO.'S
Corner Twelfth Street.
FISHER & CO,
CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST
guns, ior you win uv u wen man.
CAIIIO, : : ILLINOIS
i .- M.