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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
It is a good thing that a new parliament
doesn't have to be elected every year in
England. Very lew men would be able to
stand the expense. It is estimated that
10,000,000 will be spent by candidates iu
the election which is soon to take place.
The approaching dissolution of the present
parliament lias had a very depressing effect
Blaine has the lead in Michigan. A
Detroit newspaper sent circulars to nine
teen hundred Republican voters in that
state, asking for their preference for presi
dent. When the replies were received it
wa found that fifteen hundred were for
Blaine, three hundred and fifty for Grant,
and the remainder scattering. The Trouble
with Blaine is, that his friends haven't got
control of the machine.
A detachment of the London "Salvation
Army'1 has arrived in New York. There
are eight in the party one man and seven
women. The man styles himself "high
commissioner." One of the women calls
herself "captain," and the others say thry
are "lieutenants." They all dress in the
regulation uniform of the "Salvation
Army." They intend to hire a hall and to
commence work immediately. The "Sal
vation Army" was organized in 1875, and
its purpose is to reach men and women who
never attend church. The members have
no particular creed. The organization lias
been wonderfully successful iu England.
He is a man in Brooklyn, by the name of
Tilton, who lately inserted an advertise
ment in a paper for "a good Christian man
.who has no relatives, and who is willing to
die for Christ." Tilton wanted such a man,
if he could be found, to go to San Francis
co to speak against Dennis Kearney and in
favor of the Chinese. He wanted the man
to bo a good enough Christian to pay his
own expenses. The advertisement brought
a good many applicants, but when they
heard Tilton 's proposition tit y concluded
tliat they were not the men he wanted. It
is doubtful it Tilton finds the man ho
IT seems that Messrs. Gilbert and Sulli
van, the authors and owners of the opera,
"The Pirates of Penzance," have been over
reached after all. It turns out that Mr.
John Stetson, a Boston theatrical manager,
took out a copyright for the opera some
timo last month. Messrs. Sullivan and
Gilbert have made no effort tu copyright
their work, and it appears that Mr. Spof
ford, the congressional librarian,' has no
right to refuse a copyright for a new work
to anybody applying for it. It is claimed
that any manager who desires may now
bring out the opera. Messrs. Gilbert mid
Sullivan will rely on the common law to
protect their rights.
Washington, I). C, Jan. 10,
II. II. Wahnkii St, (!!. l)kii Hin .-l
write to nay that aftsr having taken your
fiufu Tillu ..,1 (I, ,,11,,,. ll,... .11 ,!,,. 1.
claimed lor them In vuiir elrrtiliii". I rOn-or
tjmkv a aiio nun uuuiiiu Mil III nil mill 40
fullv recommend them as tliu host mils In
the market. Joseph Prather, 400 M. street
Washington, v. u.
Tub Voltaic Bblt Co,, Maiihiiall,
, Mini. .Will send their eelilirtil Klui trn.
Voltaic Bolt to the allllctcfl upon ilO days
trial. Hpoody cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
From the Odd Fellow' Tallsmau.
I am compelled to say my first impres
sions of Rochester were the revcrso of ta
vorable. I was hot and dusty, the lavatory
urrnn.M.inPiita on the train were not perfect
and tho hotel accommodations suffered by
comparison with my homo surroundmgs.
But I managed to get a bath and then a
breakfast, and, attired iu spotless garments,
I sallied out in search of Messrs. Joues &
A virv nlr.fi lookincr establishment, in
deedeverything in order, a good stock on
fchelves and counters, and no customers.
Mr. Lawton would bo in presently; would
I take a seat in tho office? Very dull at
present no trade to speak of. Was I a
stranger! Going to tlic r ails, prooauiys i
would find the morning paper on Mr. Law
tnn'a lk. Mr. .Tonea was absent from the
city and Mr. Lawtou was -going to the Falls
this afternoon. Mr. Blinker, the book
keeper, was in the office, if Iwasonbusi-
' . . . .... i n ii 1 1
ness. Ah! 1 wanted JUr. L,awtoni vteu,
I should not have lone to wait for him.
The glazed door on the right.
"I am waitincr for Mr. Lawton," said I,
as I entered the office; "they say he will
"Takfi a spar, sir." said Mr. Blinker, "un
less I can transact your busiuAs."
. - i .1-.
"Thank you," 1 answereu, cauuuuuiy,
"but I think Mr. Lawton can give all the
information I need. Very dusty. Ah, this
is the paper. May I sit here? Thank you,
no; I do not smoke; have never been able
to learn the accomplishment. I do not
object to the odor, however.
While I rend the Rochester muy ragtc,
took some,bird's-eye view of Mr. Blinker.
Hp inmrHsprl me disacreeablv. His
diamond nin was too bier and ho had wax
ed the ends of his moustache. He was iu
his shirt-sleeves and his sleeve-buttons were
gorgeous. Confound the man! I was
book-keeper lor rincn & nugget, auu i
could not afford such adornments. And
Jones & Co. could not afford to pay Mr.
Blinker a fourth of mv salary. No doubt
about the reality of that diamond. What
hani'-do'r expression on me icnow
"HnliiUv. vpsterd.iv." observed Mr.
Blinker, throwing his half-smoked cigar
out of the window. "I was on a sort ot
frolic with a lot of fellows fishing party,
they call it and, to-day, I feel like the
devil. Champaicne, you know, and the hot
sun. He! he! Ite a good thing the old
man is away."
"You mean, Mr. Jonesf ' said i pleas
"Yes. Nothing to do. though ; L'ot my
balance-sheet ofl', first pop. Finished on
" Balance-sheet?" said I.
" Yes. Oh, you probably do not know
what that means. Well, it is only a sort
of proof that my books are all right. We
close up twice a year, uecenmer anu oune.
Lots of work up to the end of the month,
and then, if there are no blunders, I have
an easy time. Here comes Mr. Lawton; I
know his step.
I had never met Mr. Lawton, and when
he opened the door, I suddenly decided to
say nothing about Pinch & Pluggct, until
l nan nini aione. jiy uuboiuu isij
unsatisfactorv to me. as I really had no
line of action marked out, and as there
was a confidential kind ot "temporary
embarrassment" in the affairs of Jones &i
Co., I might do great mischief by an incau
tious word. Perhaps the festive Mr. Blink
er did not know of the "temporary cmhfcr
rassnient." I remembered that expresnion
in Mr. Lawton 's letter, which was 'private
"Papers ready, Blinker?" he said, as he
entered. "Ah, all in this envelope?-Good-morning,
sir. Keep your seat; 1 have a few
minutes to spare. What can I do for you,
His face was careworn, but there was an
off-hand honesty of manner, that pleased
me ; he would tell me the truth, anyhow.
"My business is not urgent, Mr. Lawton,"
said I, taking my hat, "and if you will al
low me, I will postpone it until I meet
you on the train. You are going to the
Falls, I hear; may I join you in the cars?
"Thank you," he answered, promptly;
"I am a little behind, this morning. I
sluill take tho noon-train smoking-car.
The train was not crowded. The larger
part of tho excursionists were going the
other way, having had their "Fourth," and
there were not a dozen men in the smoking
car, when I entered, in search of Mr. Law
ton. 1 reversed tho unoccupied seat before
him and began business, at once: "My
name is Granger, Mr. Lawton. and 1 repre
sent Pinch ii Plugget, of New York. I
came out here in response to your letter to
"Indeed!" he replied, started; lnd
why did you not say so at my office? I
could have shown you my books there and
Mr. Blinker, my book-keeper, could have
"But there is time enough for that, sir,''
said I. "Your note was marked 'confiden
tial,' and I did not feel authorized to refer
to the matter until I had some private con
versation with yourself. May 1 ak if any
one knows of our note to Mr. Pinch?"
"Nobody that is, nobody except Blink
er. My partner is in Michigan.'1
"And 1 infer from your note that you
have made similar applications to other
"No," he answered; "yours was the only
"May I talk with perfect candor, Mr.
"Well. then. I happen to know that your
affairs wcru thoroughly investigated by our
house when you bought, ami l know mat
your firm was solvent at that date. It is
only two months ngo."
'T LdTin. Mr. Mr. GranL'er." tank he.
drawing himself up, "that we are still sol
vent. This temporary"
"Excuse me, Mr. Lawton," I interrupted,
"but this must be far more serious than
you intimate. It is not creditable that a
firm in good credit like yours, in fact
would ask an extension on a closely sold
bill, on the first transaction with PincU k
Plugget, who have tho nniiic ot being hard
creditors, unless some serious trouble had
made it necessary. Have you made any
"None, I have the last balance sheet in
my pocket and the previous sheet, of De
cember, and 1 was iolng to spell them out
to-niuht, It is a mystery how wo should
be in this tight place."
"May I help you in your investigation?"
said I; "I in an expert and moy see some
thing that might escape you."
"Certainly, and ninny thanks, too. You
will go to my hotel? My wife and niece
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 18S0,
are there and we will not bother with these
papers until alter dinner."
While the waiter was taking my valise
and duster in tho wido hall of tho hotel
and while I was still stupefied ' with the
muffled roar of the cataract, two ladies
were greeting Mr. Lawton, very impress
ively. "Mrs. Lawton,." said he, st last, turning
to me, "and Miss Ardcn, My friend, Mr.
It was my Little Angel.
Continued to morrow.
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price in currency or three cent postage
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THE LABOR OF AN EDITOR.
The London Times, speaking of the
wjwlr nf in oilitnr KnvQ it ran nnlv be an-
preciated by those who have had some
perience in it. The meerest slip ot the pen,
an epithet too much, a wrong date, a name
misspelt, or with a wrong initial before it,
the misrepresentation ot some
rmssaee. nerhaos incapable of inter-
nri'tnri'nn. tup. most tri flinf? offense to the
personal or national susceptibility of those
who do not even profess to care for the
feelings of others, mnv nrove not only dis
agreeable, but even costly mistakes; but
they are about the least of the mistakes to
which an editor is liable. I he editor must
be on the spot till the paper
is sent to the press, and make de:
cisions on winch not only the ap
proval of the public, but even great causes,
may hang. He can not husband his
strength with comparative repose in the
solitude of a study, or the freshness of
green fields. He must see the world con
verse with its foremost busiest actors, be
open to information and on guard against
error All this should.be borne in the
mind bv these who complain that iournal-
ism is not infallibly accurate, just and
When nlasrued bv the vatranes of a dis
ordered liver, the bilious need expect to de
rive no permanent relief from the use of cal
omel, blue pill, or the barborous cathartics
now happily losing ground in general and
professional estimation. These rasp, con
vulse and weaken the system, but Hostet-
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invigorate it. Those significant pains in
the liver, the safl'ron hue which its derange
ment communicates to the skin, the im
purity of the blood, constipation, furred
condition of the tongue and contamination
of the breath which result from biliousness,
are entirely, speedily and pleasantly re
moved by this beneficent alterative, which
is likewise a potent remedy for chills and
fever, and its best preventative. While the
system is regulated and purified, it is also
thoroughly invigorated by this superlatively
fine medicine, which is of botanic origin,
and contains none but salutary ingredients.
The medical fraternity highly commend it.
New York, 1870.
Giles & Co. Gents: I hare for more
than one year prescribed your Liniment
with the very best results, "i have found it
as an application in inflammation of the
lungs, (pneumonia), or pleurisy, one of the
very best. It penetrates the tissues or parts
rapidly. In cases of irregularity of the
heart's action, depending on nervous irrita
tion, it acts promptly. After being made
acquainted with the combination of your
Liniment and seeinc its action in so large
a number of case9, 1 do not hesitate to rec
ommend the same to both the public and
the profession. Yours truly. Robert S.
Newton, M. J)., 137 West 'Forty-seventh
Gilk's Pills cures dyspepsia.
Wokkinomen. Before you begin heavy
spring work after a winter of relaxation,
your system needs cleansing and strength
ening to prevent an attack of ague, bilious
or spring fever, or some other spring sick
ness that will unlit you for a season's work.
You will save time, much sickness great
expense if will use one bottle ol
Hop Bitters in your family this rtionth.
Don't wait. Burlington Hawkeye.
45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dij. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "lor all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
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 FKVEK.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Tho genuine are never sugar-coated.
L'ach box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with tho impression, McLank'h Livru Pill.
Each wrapper bears tho Bigut'tures of C.
McLank and Flkmino Bmm.
J'Insist upon having the genuine I)u.
C. McLank'b Liver Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittslmrjrli, Pa.
tho market being full of imitations of the
liame McLanh, spelled differently but same
Ml'TUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual. Aid Society,
Organized July 14th, 1977, Under the
Laws of the State f Illinois.
Copprighted July 9, 1877, under
Act of Cqngress.
WILLIAM STBATTON, Fhesident.
Mrs. A. P. TAYLOR, VkxPhesident.
J. A. GOLDST1NE,
Dii. J. J. GORDON,
BOARD OF MANAGERS:
J.J. GORDON. Physician Cairo, Ills
Mr. A. P. TAYLOR. Superintendent of
Schools, Alexander County " "
J. A. GOLDSTINE, or Goldmine A Ros
enwuter. Wholesale and Retail Dealers
in Staple mid Fancy Dry Good " '
N. II THISTLEWOOD. of Hinkle Jt
Thlstlewootl, Commission Mcrchauts,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor" " "
S. D. AYRES, of Ayrce A Co., Commis
sion Merchants " "
THOMAS LEWIS, Insurance Manager
and Attorney ut Law " "
WM. STRATTON of Strntton Jt Bird
Wholesale Grocers "
GEO. M. ALDEN, Commission Mer
chant, 7S Ohio Levee " "
JAS. S. REAP.DEN. Acelit Mioeissiitpl
Val.ey Transportation Company " "
CIIAS. R. STI'ART. Wholesale and Re
tail Dry Goods Bnd Notions " "
EDWARD A. IHDER, Manufacturing
Jewlvr and Wholesale dealer in Watch
makers ' Tools and Materials " "
CHARLES LANCASTER, Lancaster JE
Rice, Lumher Dealers.... ' " "
C. O. PATIER. C. O. Patier A Co,
Wholesale and Retail Merchants "
Rr.v. B.Y.GEORGE, Pastor Presbyterian
Church " ''
J. C. WHITE, Insurance Acent " "
G. W. M( KEA1G, Postmaster ' "
S. P. WHEELER, Attorney and Counsel
or at I.aT " "
Mhs. LOVISA FISHBACK " "
OSCAR HAYT1I RN, Wholesale M.d
Retail Boots-Shoes and Dry Good.... " "
A.J. lllliD, Merchant and Steamboat
I IProprietor " "
WILLIAM KLt'GE. General Merch d.se " '
P. G. SCH I' II. Wholesale and Retail
Dna'L'ist " '
J.T. REN N IE. Foundry and Machinist.. ' "
ALBERT LEWIS "
Mns. L. A. HOWARD, Boarding House.. "
W. K. PITCHER, insurance Agent " "
A. HALLEY, Dealer iu Stoves, Tin and
Hardware " "
X. W. GREEN. Green, Wood Jc Bennett
Millers " "
H. F, POTTER. Editor and Publisher
Art'iis-Journal Mound City, "
Mas. S. A. AYERS Villa Ridge. "
A. J. FRENCH, Farmer. Bird Point, Mo
U'lion-na Tlnlrnmr Miittiiv STul .Tflnc Mllrrnv. his
wife, of the County of Alexander and State of Illi
nois, bv their certain mortgage deed dated the
'Iweritietb daj ot January A. D. lCitl, and duly re
corded in tae office of the recorder of deeds of
Alexander County. Illinois, in book "Z" of sale
murwaues on pace -V. did crant. bargain, sell, re
mise, alien, and convey unto ns, the nndersiKiied,
David T. Liuegar and John It. Mulkey, as mortga
gees, the land and premises hereinafter described,
to secure tte payment of one curtain promissory
note of even date therewith executed by the said
Holconse Murray and the said Jane Murray to us.
the said David T. Lint-gar and the said John II.
Vulkev. fur the sura of one hundred dollars, pay
able ninety days after date, with interest at the rate
of ten per cent, per annum, from tlate nntlipaul.
anil particularly descjilied iu said mortgage need:
and, whereas, there is now due and unpaid on said
note the sum ol tlfty doilars with interest thereon
from the date of said note; now, therefore, default
having been made in the payment of suid note and
interest thereon, public notice is hereby given that
in pursuance of 'he provisions of suid mortgage
deed, and by virtue of the power and authority
granted to us In and bv the same, we shall on the
loth dav of April. A. D.. lo. at 10 o'clock iu the
forenoon of that day. at the Iront door of the court
house in the City of Cairo, County of Alexander
and State of Illinois, sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder for ensb. the prenii-es described In
said mortgage deed as the north half I'ji of the
north west i '4 of section thirty-one (.'11) in township
sixteen (I'll range one (1 1 west, except forty itoi
acres oil' of the east end of said north half ijai. situ
ated u the County of Alexander and State of Illi
nois, and all r.ght'am! equity of redemption ot the
said lloleome Murray and the said Jane Murray his
wife, tlie.r liens and assigns therein.
DAVID T. LINEGAR kt JOHN H. Ml l.KEY,
Dated at Cairo, Ills. , this the tith day of March,
A. D.. IfNi.
Whereas, bv a certain sale mortgage, beantig
date the Fifteenth day of August A. D.. 1-T I. aud
recorded In the Recorder's office of Alexander
County. In the State of Illinois, in volume' t" of
deeds, on page 4s-.'. Isaac Farnbaker and K 1 1 1
A. Fambaker, his wife, did convey to the under
signed, the following described real estate, sitimte
in the County of Alexander. Statu i f Illinois. P -wit:
Lot numbered eight (fj In block numbered
four Mi in the Cltv of Cairo, according to the re
corded map or plat of said city: which said con
veyance was in mortgage to secure the payment
at" maturity, of certain promissory uoicstherelu
mentioned i upon the last of which promissory
notes there now remains due and payable tho sum
of Tweiity-ilve hundred dollars, with ten per ceM.
interest per annum thereon Irom the r liteeiitn day
of August, A. I).. 1K.7.
Now. therefore, notice is hereby given that under
and bv virtue anil in pursuance of the terms and
conditions of said sule mortgage. I, the undersign
ed, will on
MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF APRIL, A.D..
at th'.i hour of two o clock p. m . or that day. at the
Cor. it House door, in the City of Cuiro, Alexander
Conirv. Illinois, sell the real estate above dcfclh
td. at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash,
in hand, aud will execute to Hit' purchaser a deed
therefor ROBERT H CUNNINGHAM.
Cairo. Ills.. March lid. ihni. .Mortgagee.
Green & Gilbert, Attorneys
Ji.M I N I STIt ATOR'S N OT1CE .
Estate of William O'Callahan, Deceased.
Tbe undersigned, having been inipotnted Admin
istrator of the estate of W illiam O'l'nllahaH, late of
the county of Alexander and Si ate of Illinois, dcrcas-
d, hereby gives notice that he will appear helore
the County Court, of Alexander county, lit the
Court House in Cairo at the May term, on ;th
Thirtl Monday In May next, at. which tlmu nil
persons having claims against said estate are notl-
IlcUflhfl requcieu lonm-mi eif tue purpose oi Hav
ing the siinie adjusted. All persons indebted to
said estate are reiinested to niaku immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
PATRICK MocKLER, Administrator
Dated this lldh duyol March A. D. ism).
m. i J A WEEK in your own town, and no
( i t ' I "capital risked. You can give thu
. I 1 1 business a trial without expense.
m f WTIiehest opportunity ever offered for
V tiuwa willing to work. You should
II try limiting else till you see for your
I ,lf what yon can do at the business we oiler. No
irtoin to explain here, You can devo'.e all v:ir
time or only your spare time to the hu.Miicss, 'and
miiko great pay for vvery hour that vntt work
Women make as much ns men. Hend for special
iirlvalo terms and particulars, which we mall Iree,
l!i outfit free. Don't complain of hard times whlln
you have such a chancu. Addruss H. HALLETT
CO.. Portland. Maine.
Hamburg; American Packet Company's
Weekly Line of Steamships
Loavlug Now York every Thursday nt t P, M.
FOR ENGLAND, PRANCE AND GERMANY.
Tickets to and from Europe at lowest rates. For
uige imply to C. II. lilt IIAHD A CO.. General
'cuger Agents, 1 Hroiulway, New York, or to
U. WELLS, Cairo, Ills.
J QUIT A.BLE
LIFE ASSUEAMJE SOCIETY
TONTINES AND ALL OTHER TOPULAU FORMS OF
SUKPEUS Over SEVEN MILLION DOLLARS
(No Premium Notes.)
Ail Polices Incontestable After Being in Force Three Years,
INCREASE OF ASSETS DURING YEAR 187!), OVER
TWO MILLION DOLLAKS.
E. A. BUKNETT. Agent,
The Great Carriage Manufacturing House of the World.
Top !Bujriries? and Phaetons.
Bt!-t material, good workmanship, handsome styles, .strong and
durahle vehicles in every resjiect.
Manufactured ly EMERSON, FISHER & CO., are now in use
in every part of the American Continent.
They give unfailing satisfaction. All their work is warranted, They nave received
testimonials from all parts ol tho country of purport similar to the following, hundreds
of which are on file tsuhject to inspection:
Messrs Emkuson FisiiKn Si Co. ! Gai.va, Ii.iji.. July lrt, isvfl.
I nave used one of your Top Haggles three years, and thieo of them two years In my livery stable,
and they have given me perfect satisfaction und are Iu constant ueo.jj OSLAH slIALLh. i .
Messrs Corpora A Johnson,: Nkwiikimy, S. 0., July K, lSTii.
Dear Sirs:--! have been using the Kmersoti Klsher llugpy I bought from you as roughly 1 sup
pose as anyone could. 1 hud a fast hoi e. drove hlin at full speed, sometimes with two grown ladles and
mvseiriu the buggy, and it Is today wor.li all the money I paid lor It. 1 sav the Lnierst.n A fisher
Haggles will do. A' M- J LAGt b, rurmcr.
The favorable reputation the Carriages have made in localities where they have been
used for several years by Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers and others requiring hard and
constant use, has led to an incensed demand from thoso localities, tp 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.
EMERSQiN, FISHEK & CO.'S
Corner Twelfth Street.
FISHER & CO.,
CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST