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D TlON-KICillTEENTH DISTRICT.
The Democratic Congressional Convention for
1 the ElghS d strict will be held In Carbondale
' no Thursdav. July SKd, 1880. for the purpose of
SSmlnaUnVa candidate for coBgrese, and a candl
32Sfw. mem"erof the stateard of equaliza
- ir.V; Thn convention will meet at 10 a, m.
. tl0Kwb wunw in the dUtrlct will be entitled to one
AateinU 1 for every 200 votes, and ono delegate (or
evlrj Action over 100 vote, cast in such county
for Hon. Wm. .T . Allen for congress in 1880.
H. T. Potter, Secretary.
. National Democratic Ticket
WIXFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK.
; WILLIAM H. ENGLISH.
' Democratic State.Ticket.
of Cook County.
; 1 LEWIS B. PARSONS.
' of Clay County.
For Secretaoy of State,
JOHN II. OBERLY,
of (.Alexander County. '
ef St. Clair County.
, THOMAS BUTTEUWORTII,
of Winnebago County.
'Th right of Trial by Jury, tho Habeas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Iren, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Rights of Tcrsone and the Rights of
Property must be preserved. -Extract from Gen.
Hancock's letter upon Hiking cbtirgc of the LuuIb-
COUNTY ATTORNEYS hereby annouuee my
se'lf as a caudldate at the eniulng November
election, (or the office of County Altormy for the
county of Alexander, Illinois. AMiLb Ltta.
CIRCUIT CLERK. -We are authorized to an
C'i'oVuce that ALEX. U. IHV1H will be a camll
date at the ensuing November election for me
office of circuit clurk In Alexauder county.
1WH BHBRIKF Wearo authorized to amionnce
' that Mr. JOHN 110DOES 111 a candidate
for re-election to the office of Blferiu", of Alexandre
couuty, at the next November election, subject
only to the vulo of the people at the polls.
"She wits the widow Kandolph when we
Tint mrt. knd I tliollL'lit liur then, as I think
; her now, the loveliem womuu in the world,"
Mia air. Alexander l.auc.
Ahal" responded Ford, the senior part
ner ot Ford & Lane "uud so there was a
Tho two menold friends, and rather old
fellows were in that mildly 'loquacious
mood that follows a good dinuer,and is stim
nlutod lv a ir(xx cinar and nleasant sur
rnnnainirs. Now there's no cozier soot than
Lane's library, nor is there considering ho
is cast fifty a handsomer or more genial
man than Lane himself. At this moment
' Jin aat ktiirino- into the lire, the cigar heh
' nmditntivf.lv lwtwivn two finircrs. and Ford
, repeated, by way of jog to the conversation,
"DurinR ono of my regular trips to Eu
n. for tin, flrni.n miiil Lmin. talkltlQ1 an
r . vjiy . ' v . p -t 1 c7 .
i n.n,fiilu n tlm dm. "I linrl timn to snare.
HHVMmj w ,..w j I
and was at Bavcno, in tho north of Italy."
Then, after pause: "There's too much
said alHHitthe scenery at the Italian lakes."
1 Why 1 Isn't it flue?"
uVmi lint liiinmm. (iv. at Bavcno. on
' Maireolre, in the middle of May, and there's
arm there's a
ftrror nd languor, a strength and
' sweetness, in all nature, in the very air It
' Mlf that fcanl be told--it can only be felt.
V ,Th hotel it JpaTeno wa biuwj hj
mtmmmm . , . ... . 7. ' r ... I n'nnn vivn I
.A Ion tnnnroid iust bufore tllO door
It was afternoon, I remember, that day
late afternoon and I ran into Ruasoll, firm
of Russell & White, you know.
" 'Bo elacl to meet an Ameneuu i Bum
Russell. I'm doing tho lakes with my
wife and sister-in-law. who is a widow.
Como for a bout rido with us this evening
"At eiirht ltusseu ciappea mo on mo
shoulder. There was a strange influence
abroad that nicrht; tho whole place seemeu
fairy, unreal. I lollowcd to where a boat
lay swinging a little loose irum s iuuurniK.
On tho shore was Mrs. Rdssell, whom I
greeted politely; but my eyes wero fixed
on that boat, lor In tlio stern, wruppcu u
something white, like clpud, sat a woman
who was lovely as a vibion. I was fairly
dazed, and stood staring, wucu uwu
pulled up the boat and said, 'Jump in.
Hollo, Adelaide; bo you're seated. The
woman in white is my 6ister-in-law, Lano.
Mrs. Randolph, Air, Lano, oi rtew iur.
"She erected mo witn, -inuceu, iur.
Lane, it's Dleasant to meet peoplo from
home that is, sometimes, and some peo
ple.' She was a woman of tho world, apd
ab tcociuettish. vet with a soccrncss ami
gentle grace underlying all."
"How did sno iook irieui usivuu ruiu.
"WpII it was ten vears n'o. 8ho was
slighter, but that warm-colored hair was
the same; she had thoso same gray eyes
with brows that would lend sternness to any
other eyes, but only frame tho softness of
ners; ner cnceK was a snaue puiur umu
now, nnd fairer, perhaps. Well, we rowed
over to l6ola Madre. mere, unuer mo
shadow of the wooded banks, we heard the
short." said Mr.
Lane, with a nervous laugh, knocking the
. . i : 4,.
asliesirom ins cigar, anu . uegiuumg w
amlfo hnforn lin hud done BDCllkinff "in
short, I resolved that very night to make
airs, ltandoipii my wne, or live a uaciiu
lor." "Sudden, wasn't it?" hinted Ford.
"Yes, but time's nothing in such matters;
it's it's "
"Say it in four letters," Ford suggested.
"Well, it's love; and I was heartily, des
perately in love. You see, I was only
Next morning early 1 was pacing me
turt in front of the hotel, and met Mrs.
Randolph. She was dainty, fresh, and
tender-hued even in tho lull morning sun
shine. I breakfasted with tho Russell
Dartv. and a bonne brought to the table tho
prettiest four-year old boy I ever laid eyes
on. .. ..
" 'Mv Robbie! my darling! my blessing V
exclaimed Mrs. Randolph, in a motherly
rapture, seating the child on her lap. Tho
little chap shook his neaa oi ycuow cutis,
reached with both hands over the table,
and ejaculated, "Honey."
'"Honev is bad lor mamma's boy,' said
fra TCnndnlnh. while I. lookinsr at tho
i - ir
picture they made, only desired to call both
mother and child my own. wny, in iancy,
I was already father to the boy, loved him,
brought him up, put him into the firm all
in the few minutes during which tho little
man was lunging and plunging after the
honey dish. His mother restraining him,
ho delivered a piercing yell, and grabbing
the tablecloth, dragged off some dishes that
broke. 'Waiter,' said Mrs. Randolph,
'take the honey away.'
"At this tho boy beat first tho air, then
his mother's face. Sho turned red and
pale by turns, and I hunted my pockets. A
knife, a pencil-case, loose change, a watch
r'tick. tick'), and like seductions were dis
played in vain. Finally I lound a bit ot
chocolate in silvor paper. 'What's that,
"Robbie stopped short in his pleasant ex
ercise, and answered promptly: 'iiiocm.
" 'It's too early in the morning for sweets,'
said the mother. ' Robbio shall have it by-
i ijjo o. jnow,' ycuea mo ooy.
"T mniln thn linnlinn dlSftDDCar into tllO
air iuucrler fashion, and the cherub sulked
with a linger in his mouth.
" 'He's a lovely boy,' l said to mo motner.
"'He's his mamma's blessing,' she an
swered, fondly. ' Robbie, speak to the nice
" 'No, I won't,' responded the blessing,
in a tone of smothered brutality, like an in
fantile Bill Sykes.
" 'Robbie,' said I, ' don't you want to ride
a pretty pink pony with a blue tail, eh?"
"This novel proposition maue nun
thnnalitfnl ft moment: then, cvinc me with
settled hatred, he answered, 'No, I don't; I
'"Mother's lamb shall have chocolate by-
and-by,' said Mrs. Randolph, and kissed
him in a manner reriectiy distracting to
the man who adored her. Whereat he
grabbed an ear-ring, and cruelly held her
xaceful head at arm s-iengtn.
"'ltobbio darling, you mako mamma
cry,' she said, persuasively.
"Tho young pirate held on, nowever, un
til his uncle Uunscll caught tho little arm
and shook it with 'Hi 1 hi! young rascal,
lUo.' , .;,
"'Be carelul; don t.uurt nun,' sum iur.
nli. with treat warmth and decision.
'"Won't leggo! won't leggo!' screamed
Robbie, until the yelling, struggling mass
. ' . . i .il 1
of embroidery, laro knees, anu ycuow euns
was handed over to Jiano, tno oonne, who
'Ildliliifi won tl Rob
bie won't 1' reaching us in grateful diminu
"Mrs. Randolph and I took a stroll by
thn lake. 'Mv little son is very nervous
and sensitive," sho remarked 'but very til
" 'And such a child is a treasure w hen
Dronerlv governed,' I ventured, with tlis
w r , , , , . . ,
' 'Ho . has never puniunea, sno eaici.
Ilia tnlrir olm'nt be broken.'
" 'Certainly not, but a little wholesome
" 'No,' she broko in, with decision, 'he
doesn't need it. Ho's a darling child, and
mi. nnltr rnmfnrt. '
"Tim little fierceness of motherhood was
very becoming, after all, to such a pretty
unmiin nm that MAV daV PU9BCU 11KU a
,ir,iim t.i I if aiiro. it was broken occa
Bionally by a suspicion of nlgjtmaro in the
shape of ltoubic, wiio, except ior tno mo
meut when he grabbed the coveted 'cho
.lit ' rniniriiod me with steudv disfavor.
" 'He'll he so affectionate when ho's onco
acquainted,' tho mother said.
" 'Kiss me, Robbio dear,' I ventured.
t"1Iit vr ' anuwiirn.l the bl)V ruffian.
' 'Oh no,' coaxed mamma; 'give tho nice
coutleman a pretty, pretty kiss
"Tho nice gentleman approached cru
tinnulv Imt nnt rnntiiuiHlv enouih. Rob
bie delivered a wcll-almcd blow directly
Lnftronn mv Itvnl.
"Next morning wo all startod in a travel
ing carriage for the passage ot tno Dim
TtTF DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING; JOLY 21, 1830.
0-n Th vehicle was roomv for the tour
nF nu fin ft Robbie besides. The bonne
v. - - - . , , .....
rode outsido. in laci, nis motner was bu
fond, that Robbie's nurse hold something
of a sinecuro. Now there's nothing that so
favors a rapid intimacy as traveling by
-nnHnrrn. There's tho proximity, tho lack
of ceremony, the luncheon from tho same
napkin, tho wain up nm, tno nower to ue
-.i.t.,.,1 thn httln accident, the boot or
6hawl to bo adjusted, the rudo jostle, tho
readily grantea paraon. uy, you uru "
friends in a day. I felt myself lucky. But
I reckoned without Robbio. It seems, as
an inducement to bo washed and dressed,
his mother had told him he should see a
Swiss chalet 'a pretty, pretty little chalet,
'way up on tho high mountain.' Two min
utes after our start Robbio began in this
'' 'Mam-ma, I wantcrseo tho cha-let.
" 'By-and.by, my lovo.'
" 'Robbie wantcrseo tho elm-let n-o-w
" 'Robbie must rido upoa tho big nioun
'"No; n-o-w;' and Robbio squirmed
about on his mother's lap like a lively
young cel. . ,
'"Ile s nervous, eAjJiuiuuu mio,
dolph; 'ho couldn't eat breakfast, it was so
early. Robbie, want a piece oi
"'No; want ice-keam.' 1
"'There's no ice-cream in the moun
tains.' " 'Want cha-lets, then.'
" 'Sit still, my pet.'
" 'Ice k-e-a-m !' then a prolonged whine,
nnd nobhie bcflran to throw himself vio
lently from side to sido against tho doors
of tho carriago.
iTTni ,t thn floor, do 1' said tho mamma
to her brother; and 'Hold the door, please,'
tome; so the youngster nung auoui m
f,.M,rat;vn snfMv. This exercise he re-
peated at short intervals a hundred times
during tho day.
(To be continued.) v
Neiive Poweu. Few peoplo suffer so
much nervous exhaustion as editors. The
wear and tear of getting out a good paper
tell fearfully, and readers seldom know
how much vital force a single item may
have cost the ono who wrote it. Editors
have often been driven to drink in order to
stimulate their exhausted faculties, but of
lato arc using Warner's Safe Nervine in
stead. This valuable preparation acts as a
soothing power, quieting the nerves and
producing sleep with all tho refreshment
that it brings.
BiiONcnms, a prcmonitor ot con
sumption, is characterized by catarrh
or inflammation of the mucous mem
brane of the air passages, with cough
and expectoration, short breath, hoarse
ness, pains in the chest. For all bron
chial affections, sore throat, aphonia
or loss of voice, cough, "Dr. Swayne's
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry," is a
well known curative. Frice 25 cents
nnd $1 a bottle, or six bottles fort $5.
The large size is the most economical.
Frepared only by Dr. Swayno & Son,
Philadelphia. Sold by all prominent
druggists in Cairo and elsewhere. (1),
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mien. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to tho afflicted upon 30 days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
Customer "Why are 'Malt Bitters' so
popular?" Druggist "Because, as a food
medicine, they enrich tho blood, harden the
muscles, quiet tho nerves, pcncci inges
tion." Fnu twenty-five cents vou can get forty
of Carter's Little Liver Pills the best liver
regulator in the world.
rjiHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. nAl.LIDAY, PrenldEM.
H. L. UALLIDAY. Vice-President.
TII03. W. UALLIDAY, Caebier.
S. STA ATS TATLOB, W. P. JUIAinAT,
UENRT L. HALLIDT, R. H. CVNKINOUAB,
ft. D. VrOUAJIIfON, CTKI'llKN BIRD,
B. n. CANDES.
Exchange. Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT A'D SOLD.
r)nna!t received and t ccnerul banklce bncineM
WHOLESALE VINES AND LIQUORS.
R.SMYTII & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dcalcrt in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
E8SR9. RMYTI1 CO., liave constantly
......it ..f tt.ft 1...B, ff.i.(t. In it... i...i-lf.t unit
m. nil K pi, i ii i" i t-. r.i- iu ii.., iii.i.v.i h. v
cive impeclnl attention to the whdlHt&lu brunch of
Choice Wines and Liquors,
OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKIES,
French Brandy, Etc.
No. 137 Ohio L,evct.
Open at all Uours, Day and Nlirlit,
AWENT8 WASTED to M tho L,ltV of
GEN. AV. S. HANCOCK
lr thoToioran Jonrnallat author and man of lottnra
Col. JollN W. FhUNRY. Tim utamlnrd on tho
uiijoti, bum Kiniiu iiiuuri ui nifKrninHni ilium
ttlru. Th nnlv anthortxpcl and nthi.nllft wnrlt.
Fully llluitrati'd. Mend II fly contu nt mini for nut-
lit. lleat terwa. t'. n. I.1I.I.I1SUSTUN & t'U.,
l uui., tor., bixiu anu riuu Bit., Ht. Loiili, mo.
rlon. The vohicla wai roomy lor mo lour
Q W. WIIEELER, '
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on baud
' STAVE CLIPHNGS
At Seventy-live cents per loud.
At one dollar per load.
Tho "trimmings" are conn fhavlccn and mako
the best tnmmer wood for cooking pnrpoitei a well
an the cheapen tm fold In Cairo. Par black
nmllh' uie In letting tlrel, tbey are unequalled.
Leave your ordera at the Tenth cireet wood yard.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Muunlncturcr of and Dealt InAlfo
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
tyALL KINDS Of JOB WORK BONB TO OHDEIISl
NO. 27, EIGHTJI STREET,
CAIRO. : ILLINOIS
JfEW YORK STOFwE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TIIK CITY
aOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIER Sc CO.
Cor. Nineteenth afreet aid
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hiffhest Cash Price raid for Wheat.
Q D. WILLIAMSON & CO
76 Ohio Levee.
Boat Stores and Groceries,
Of all kinde.
OPEN NiailT ANU DAY.
FrcMi Dairy and Gilt Edco Butter. Oynter ond all
Kindt of fruit when in peuxnn. on liund aul dcllv
ered prompily at reidfnce free. Uyiter delivered
yOCUM it BUODERIUK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO - - ILLS.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assimxnce Society of the United States.
120 BROADWAY NEW YOKlC
The Popularity of the Equitable Life Assurance Society,
indicated by the fact that for Eleyen years its average an
nual New Business has been
Company in the world, is due,
known promptness in the payment of Death Claims, audits
rule never to take advantage
equitable claim exists.
Asa GUARANTEE of this, and to counteract the perni
cious influence of a, technical policy, adhered to by many
companies, the Equitable makes ALL ITS POLICIES, old and
new, throughout the United States.
After the policy has been in force for three years.
The Eouitable Life
ization to' January 1st, 1880, 51,882,736, and
closed its books upon that date without a con
tested or past due claim."
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life insurace to a degree before
By the late report of the
states of Massachusetts and
Assurance Society shows the
FIRST The Equitable has
Mimes man any oi me leading companies.
SECOND The Equitable saved more of its income last year
than any other company.
TlIIPiD The Equitable's death rate was less last year than
. any other of the leading companies.
FOURTH The Equitable realizes a higher rate of rent, or
interest, on real estate than any other company.
The Society takes pleasure in referring to the following well known business
men insured in the society, composing an
ADVISORY BOARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
UALLIDAY, Coehlt-r City Natloiril
FRANK L. OALIUIIER, Cairo City mills.
J. V. 1'IIILLH'H, I'renWunt llallltlay 4 Phillips
Wholesale and retail drug-
or Htratton & Bird
WALTON W. WRKillT, nf O. I). Williamson.
& Co., Boat Mores nnd Commission merchant
FRANK HOWE. of!.
M. IIowo & Urol., pro.
visions ana prouura,
ERNEST n. I'ETTIT,
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
the above Board or to
E, A. BUENETT, Agent,
Omiev Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W. N. CEAINE, OwiumI Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
i Territories, 168 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
larger than that of any other
in a great measure, to its well-
of technicalities where an
has mid since its nrcnu-
Insurance Commissioner for tho
New York, the Equitable Life
following strong points:
a larger ratio of assets to lia-
I SIMPSON II. TADER, of Tabor Bros . , manu-
WILLIAM 1). LII'PET, Assistant postmaster.
W. E. GOIILSON, Dry Roods, fancy Rood
TARR, General uerchandlau and
JACOB BURGER, of Burger Bros, dry good
. JOHN SPROAT, Proprietor "Sproafa Refrig
erator cars," '
GEO. R.;LEN'TZ, Superintendent Cairo City
HERBERT MACKIE, of A. Mocklo Oo.'a