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JC A. Hurnett,
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National Democratic Ticket.
WISFIELD SCOTT HAXC0CK.
"WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS.
For Secretaay of State,
JOHN II. OBERLY,
of Alexander County.
ef St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
For Congress, Mil district,
JUDGE THOMAS HERMAN,
For Senator of the 50ih district,
of Jackson county,
D. T. LIN Ell A R,
of Alexander county.
of Union county.
"Tu right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Rights of Persons aud tho Rights of
Property must be preserved. Extract from Gen.
Hancock's letter upon taking charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
self as a camlldute at the cunning November
lection, lor the oftice of County Attoriny fur the
conuty of Alexander, Illinois. ANTiL'S LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLERK. -We are authorized to nil-
nouncu that ALEX. II IRVIN will be acandl
date at the ensuing November election fur the
cilice of circuit clerk in Alexunder countv.
FOR Ml Kill fF-We arc authorized lo aunouuee
that Mr. JOHN H01HJKS ulllbn u ran.liilui..
for re-election to the cilice of Sheriff, of Alexundru
' county, at tho next November election, subject
1 only to the vote of the people at the polls.
A THRILLING BOOK!
THE ADVENTURES OF FRANK AND JESSK
JAMES, THE NOTKD WKSTEKN OUTLAWS.
' Tho career of Frank and Jesse James is
the most remarkable in the history of out
laws. Beginning in the early part ot tho
war, when mere boys, they have till the
... present time, a period of uearly twenty
vpnrs nnrmipil a rnnruii nf lu,M r.utln. ......
extending through a dozen states, that has
been dashing and brilliant to a degree thut
renders the storv of thu cWiia
. jnsignincaut in comparison. History fur
aisheg no parallel to their course, always
' daring and apparently reckless, above petty
thievery, but striking tho strongest corpor
ations; tltey have never been eaptuoed
9 . t .
- tuwugu itiuui uuiuuuud 10 f ii),UUU i.avo
boen offered for their apprehension, dead or
live. An authentic account of their deeds
jresdf like a romance. It Lai been prepared
1LA...L ua..1 .. ..r a ft i
''''Mi l'li;,'.''', ':'i I'' '.'i.t ' ' '' ! ' '
in a fine illustrated volume by Hon. J. A
Dacua, Ph. D. of St. Loui. Mr. Ducus
was for a long time the responsible editor
of a leading St. Louis daily paper, and at
ono timo represented that city in tho state
legislature. Ilia qualifications for the wrk
were superior and ho has used extraordinary
effort in procuring tho facts, giving two
years to the work; in the meantime enjoy
ing tho acquaintance nnd confidence of tho
family and friends of tho James boys, with
whom he spent much time, and who gave
him freely all the facts in their possession
Tho result is a work oi such popular inter
est as to meet with a sale of 21,000 copies
in four months, as the publishers assure us,
ami the demand grows as the nature of the
book becomes better known. It is pub
lished by N. D. Thompson & Co., St. Louis,
Mo., aDd is sold by subscription, affording
a rare chance to agents. We advertise
them in another column.
THEBES AND ITS PEOPLE.
A few items from the antiquated village
of Thebes may not be amiss, especially if
they strike tho reader with the sumo torce
that the object of the sketch strikes the
We have to commence with tho inhabit
ants of the hill, first wending our way to
the beautiful home of Dr. Gibbs, who we
find busy in overseeing the operations con'
nected with his farm, having men plowing
for wheat and digging a cistern, movinc;
fence, etc. As will be seen, in connection
with his large practice, the Dr. is devoting
considerable attention to furmin''. Mr
Henry Planert is also located upon this
beautiful hill, and lias a nice little farm
which he keeps in perfect trim. He has
also been enumerator for the township, nnd
had the pleasure of finding out all about
other people's business, besides finding out
the age of all the young ladies of his town
ship. He came across a combination of
defects in one person that certainly has no
parallel, in this part of the state at least,
having upon his list the name of a boy that
cun neither "see, hear, talk or walk." Dr.
Barkhausen lives "further on" the hill and
has "a large practice, administering
panacea for all the ills that
hinn'ah flesh is heir-to. We were thrown
moro'dircctly in the doctor's case, and be
tween our games of checkers and political
"squabble" wo managed to pass many
pleasant hours "swiftly by." Tho doctor is
a staunch and tried Democrat iully believ
ing that Hancock will be elected, and used
all his persuasive powers in trying to con
vince us of our political errors, kindly ad
vising us to flee from the "wrath to come.'1
These men all have wives and estimable la
dies they aro indeed. Of them we will say
more "further on." Mr. Cyrillc Marchildon
has a homo on the hill, nearest town, the
attractions are numerous, particularly the
telephone communication between his
house and store, and the "belle' ' and new
organ. In the business portion of town we
find the dry goods stores of Mr. Hulling,
Mr. Marchildon and Mr. Brown in the lat
ter of which is also kept the postoflice.
Below the oflice we And the fine flouring
mill of Mart. Brown, that supplies a want
long felt in this section of country. The
miller, Mr. Stutz, we found to bo quite on
affable and courteous gentleman, and a
first-class miller who supplies his custom
ers with as fiue grades of flour as can be
had any where. Next to tho mill comes
the drug store of Thomas Brown, who
keeps a full supply of drui;s
uu nuiiu. a. saioon is said to ex
ist iu some part of town, but is
so wonderfully "let alone" that its final an
nihilation is a certainty.
The business of Thebes may be compar
ed favorably to that oi any of our smalh r
towns, and as regards education and reli
gion, thut, hero is in advance of towns ot
more pretentious proportions.
The Kcd Kibbon club still exists and
promises to be one of the permanent insti
tutions of the place. Tho club room serves
for a Methodist church. The Union Sab
bath school is also held in this building,
the school is as well attended as any we
ever visited, all taking a lively interest in
the exercises. Mr. Planert is superinten
dent, Mrs. Planert secretary and Miss Ella
Tho old court house that for years has
stood so prominently on the hill over look
ing the surrounding country, lias been pur
chased by tho Bap'ist church, repainted
and improved in various ways, making it
useful as well ns ornamental. It is as nice
a church as any congregation could reason
ably wish tor. The Baptist Sabbath school
is hold here and with Mrs. Dr. Gibbs as su
pcrinteudent and Miss Jennie Warwick or
ganist, it will continue to be ns tine a Sab-
oath school as can bo found.
Wo had almost forgotten to make men
tion of an eloquent sermon we heard
preached by Rev., McMillan. We were in
deed surprised at hearing so eloquent and
scholarly a sermon, for ns a general thing
the best ministers are put among the largi r
congregations. Promising more at another
time, I remain, "Pickles."
' MY MOTHER'S BEEN PRAYING."
San Francisco Font.
In February 1801, a terrible galo raged
along the coast of England. In one bay,
Hartlepool, it wrecked eighey-one vessels.
While the storm was ut its height, the Ri
sing Sun, a stout brig, struck on Longreur
rock, a reef extending a mile lrom one side
of the bay. She eunlt, leaving only her
two topmasts above the foaming wave.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLET Pf:
i no nieooats were away, rescuing
wrecked crows. The only means of saving
the men clinging to tho swaying masts was
tho rocket apparatus. Before it could be
adjusted tho mast fell. Just as tho rocket
bearing tho lifo lino went booming out of
tho mortar, the other mast toppled over.
Sadly the rocket men began to draw in
their line, when, suddenly, they felt that
something was attached to it, and in a few
minutes hauled on tho beach tho apparent
ly lifeless body of a sailor boy. Trained
and tender hands worked, and in a short
time he became conscious.
With wild amazement, he gazed around
on the crowd of kind and sympathising
friends. They raised him to his feet. He
looked up into tho woather-beatun face of
tho old fisherman near him, and asked ;
"Where am I J"
"Thou art here, my lad."
"Where's the cap'n?"
"Drowned, my lad."
"The mate, then?"
"He's drowned, too."
"They are all lost, my lad; thou art tho
only one saved."
Tho boy stood, overwhelmed, for a few
moments; then he raised both his hands,
and cried in a loud voice:
"My mother's been praying for me I My
mother's been praying for me!"
And then he dropped on his knees oil the
wet sand, and hid his sobbing face iu his
Hundreds heard that day this tribute to a
mother's love, and to God's faithfulness in
listening to a mother's prayers.
The little fellow uwns taken to a house
near by, and in a few days he was sent
home to his mother's cottage in Northum
Wm. Gillen, of Auburn, was on the 20th
buried in a ditch ho was digging. The
sides caved in on him and he was not res
cued for half an hour, but the doctors say
ho will recover.
Wells, French & Co., Chicago, have now
on hand contracts for 700 cars 200 for
the Chicago and Alton, 200 for the Chi
cago, Burlington and Quincy, and 300 for
the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul.
They are now turning out sixteen cars per
At Paris, on tho 20th, Waiter Lamon,
son of Judge Lamon, lost a part of his
right hand and barely escaped with his
life, while out gunning. His hand was
over the muzzle ot tho gun when it was
accidentally discharged, carrying away
the thumb. The shot also grazed his nose
and face, but fortunately, without fatal
Caseuovia township, Woodford county,
has just funded her railroad bond indebted
ness. Tho town had issued fifty bonds of
$1,000 each, and took stock to the amount
of $50,000 in the Chicago, Jacksonville and
St. Louis railroad. About eight years ao
the township sold the stock for $10,000,
which has been used as a sinking fund un
til $23,000 lias been paid, and this spring
they issued $27,000 worth of bonds annual
ly for five years, aud then four bonds paya
ble annually for three years, $15,000 ut 7
per cent, and $12,000 at 6 per cent.
BnoNciinis, a prcmomtor ot con
sumption, is chnnicterized by catarrh
or inflammation of tiie mucous mem
brane of the air passages, with cough
and expectoration, short breath, hoarse
ness, pains in the chert. For all bron
chial allVelions, sore throat, aphonia
or loss of voice, c.iuirh. "Dr. Swayne's
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry," is a
well known curative. Price 2.i cents
and $1 a bottle, or six bottles for f. .
The lar;e size is the mort economical.
Prepared only by Dr. Swajne & Son,
I'hiladclphia. Sold by all prominent
druggists in Cairo and elsewhere. (1)
Couons, "llrown's Bronchial Troches
tire used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial ntfec
tions. For thirty years these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They arc not new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant use for
uearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the age.
The Tiikoat. "llrown's Bronchial Tro
ches" act directly on Iho organs of tho
voice. They have an extraordinary elfect
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches use
ful. A Coroii, Coi.n, Catahiiii of sore throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in somcinnirablu lung dig.
cases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably give relief. Imitations are ollVr
cd for sale, many of which are injurious.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are sold only in boxes.
BAUD INSTRUMENT CATALOGUE.
luiirutnt nu, Mu.lr, Sun.. U ..n.iT-r.
l'S., Ht h, IVut-Li'., Pom.
ron, tirum Mulnri' fun.
kiid Urn., Ti'Sulvli,
I. anil'.. Htan.l. and O'.t
St I oouulti. HA thgr of
f,iDrmirifn m nu'tttanf, i
wain a nrh A'Virnt
LYON MEALY, 1(11 Rtl Ut,, Ciiltig, III
CINCINNATI LAW SCHOOL.
The Forty-eighth annual term' begins
Thursday, October 14th, I8N0, and con
tinues seven months. Terms, $00 tlrst yenr
'10 second year. For catalogue or circula
address the dean,
Jaoob 1J. Cox, Ciiu'lnrmtt.O.
SUNDAY MORNING, JOLY 25, 1830.
(j W. WHEELER.
Summer Wood and Kindlinsr
constantly on baid
At Sevciitj-ilve cents per loud.
At one dollar per load.
The "trimmings" are coarse shavlnps and make
the beat summer wood for cookins; pnrposesas well
. ui. oici vto gum in l airo. r or black
ruinu a nn-iu svuinR xires, tney are unequalled
"' kiuuib bi iue ivmn sireet wouu yard
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Sliinularturcr of and Dealer InAlso
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
fc0-ALl KINDS Of JOB WOl'.K DOSE TO OHDEHJ
NO. 27, EIGHTH STREET.
CAIRO. : . .ILLINOIS
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY
300DS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIEIl Sc CO.
Cor. Nineteenth street and
f Cairo, HI.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GEAIN AXDIIAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HtelieKt Cash Price Paid for Wlieat.
(J J). WILLIAMSON tfe CO
7G Ohio IiCvee,
I'oat Stores and Groceries,
Of all kinds.
Ol'KX XIOIIT A XL) BAY.
Fr. sli Dulry nnd Gilt Edc" Hatter, Oysters and all
Kinds of fruit when in season, on hand ami deliv
ered promptly ut residences free. Oysters delivered
a X c
YOCUM it BliODERIOK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
Wliolcsale and Retail
AND PAINT AND OIL DEALERS
Wholesale and Ilotail
Drugs, Taints, Brashes, Window Glass, Brashes, rerftimery,
Fancy Goods, FAc, Etc.
No. 74 Ohio.L,ovee.
RETAIL and FAMILY
Cor. Eighth Street
G-RAND PIANO COMPANY
311 and 313 Plum Street Cincinnati, Ohio.
GRAND SQUARE &
H"l-cla" Piauo at a very moderate price.
A DM IN IsTKATOK'S SALE
OK KKAL JSS-
Public nntira is herphv H.n thai K. vi.t,, r .
Judgment and order of the count r court of Alexan-
.erronuiy, Illinois, made ana en ere at thu Juiv
rm thereof. A. 1). IHH. in a ran
KIkrIc. administrator of the entate of William M.
Atlierton, deceased. is plaintiff, and Jnila Athcrton,
rancisu. Ainerton, 'J nomas J . Craij', James M.
rais, Klzadn Kincli. Emma ('rati. Alirn i-ralu
Mary Cralir. .Maria J. Kifulo, Frances M. Athcrton',
llezekiali M. Atherton. Kehpcca J. Athi rton. Lnlu
j. Aineru'n, iinum j. Atherton, Kllen Youni;,
Klliabeth Wicker. KlliaM. Peeler. John llnrlwu,.
Jow?pli Godwin. Kranr.es Voiiiil', mitli Vounc,
James F. liaison, Fonlice Ireland, James P. t oil
nud Daniel I.rnce, are defendants, for the sale of
real estate to pay tho ilelns of the said deceased
William jj. Atherton. I, the undersigned adminis
trator, Jacob KL'gle. will on Thursday, the aith day
of August. A. 1). 1M, at thehourof in o'clock a.
m at the Depot of the Cairo and St. Louis rail
road company, at Hodie's I'nrk In said ronu:v. pro
ceed to sell at bublic snle to the highest bidder the
following described real estate, namely:
The n w u w or s ti, T 1, S It 1 west ; n w s w of
8 IK, T 15, H It 3 west; n e n e of S :W, T V,. S K
2 west; the undivided of these n e S .14, T 15,
8 H i west ; and the nndlvided one fourlli of the
followlnu' described tracts of land, e 4 n w 8 si,'
TIB, 8 It a west ; n e s w of 8 SI, T l'l, 8 It U wes' ;
u wsoofS t!I,TlS K 2 west: sese of 8 15, T
Iti. SKiwest; all In Alexunder connlv. Illinois,
and the followintr described lots In lloilires l'ark
in sold Alexander countv: Lots Nos. i, 4, aud (i In
block :i; lot 7 in liloi k 4; lots No?. 3, 4 and H in
block 5; lots Nos. 3.4 andS iu block ti; lots 8 and 10
block"; lots Nos. I and s In blork S; lot H block
Mi lots Nos. a. 5. 7 nd Vin block 15; lot fi block
lii: lots Nos. 1, 8 and 5 in block 17; lot ti block Is;
lot 1 block Id: lot 1 block 3U; lots Nos. I, 3, 5 nd 7
in block 31 ; lots Nos. 4 an l In block 33; lots Nos.
1 and7lu block 33: lots Nos 3.4 and ti in block
21: and lot 10 in block l'l, for the purpose ofpav
Iiib the debts of the estate ol said William M. Ath
The terms of sale will bo one-third cash down,
one third in six months ai.d one-third iu one voar,
with notes, and also a tnortyau'e on the the' real
estate sold, to secure the deferred payments, and
the notes to draw interest at rate of six per cent
per annum. All sales for ten dollar or less to be
paid down. JACOB UIGUI.E,
Cairo. Ill , July 17, 10. Administrator.
8AI.E OK REAL ES
Public notice- is hereby eivi-n thut bv virtue r a
Judgment and order of the county court of Alex
ander coumv. Illinois, made u n (I entered at thu
Junu term thereof, A. D 1(W), in a cause wherein
Kllxu J. Twente. administratrix of tlm estHte of
Alexunder Twentc. deceased, Twas nlalnlill'. nnd
Ida O. Twejile, Amos A. Twenlu. Asa I). Twcnte.
Arlurll.Tweiite, Kxra.1. Twentu, Johu II. Clark,
franklin llitt.uud W I 11am To hert. were defend
ants, for tho stile of reul of real estate to pay the
debts of the said Alexander Twentc. deceased. I,
the undersigned administratrix us aforesaid, will,
on Wednesday, the 35th diiy of AtiKiist. lmj at
Eleven o'clork a. m., at the front door of the court
house in Cairo, In said Alexander countv. nmpeert
to sell ut public, sale, to the highest bidder, the
following described real estate, Iree and clear of
ino (lower oi inn uui criiL'ueii us w llntv rif the aalit
The undivided five sixths f-fi) of tho jouthcaM
quarter tif the northwest quarter, and of the south-
wein quarter oi me norihwest quarter or section
twelltv five f'JM In trtunMhln flri..nn ..mm
N three CO west of the third prlnclpnl meridian
in said Alexander enmity for the purposu of pay
luctliu debts of said estate
I he terms ofule are, one-hiilf cash down, and
thu balance In one year with note, and also mort-
guile on the real estutu sold to secure the deferred
payment; said unto to hear interest at tberaluof
six per cent. ELIZA .1. T WE NTH,
.Cairo, 111,, July 17, 1880. Administratrix.
Greot chance to make mon
ey We need a person In
every town to takesubscrlp-
iious lor uiu iiiryesr, clieap-
ei-i mm oeai iiiusiraieu
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Htxelepiit works of art given trca to subscribers.
I'he price Is so low thut almost everybody sub
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In a tiny. A lady iigent reports milking profit
in ten iliivs. All whooeiriiui, muni, ntm,.,,.' r..u. vn..
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A Knta ILIFE AND- ADVENTl'REH OF
Tim Noleil WoBtern ()iitliin, Ry Hon. J. A.
lacus, I'h 1). A true and thrilling account (lllus
triitedlorthelrbold op, rm Inns for IN rears In 30
(llllerent stales and territories, liiillllng' detectlveH
andollleliils of tliuluw. liest. selling bi.okoftbo
year. lii.tUKi sold in three mouths, fit) cents for
ouillt; $1.50 lor SNinpiu copy. Liberal tenna to
'i.T'1;: N' lT1lMI'ON 4CO., Publishers, 630
Pine St., St. Louis, Mo.
DIXON SPRINGS, ILL.
Is now opened for the reception of olth.fr
I'J-i 10 AH U It K HlCKKJCli
or those nuedlng a
B IIKAlVril ItlOHTOKATlVJO,
These springs are noted for their heallh giving,
Invigorating, medicinal properties, and are situ
ated In a high, healthy locality, alid are surroNinled
Cool, plespiiiu grovss, nlco croquet grounils.
Rooms i.ro all fiiriilslivd with new furniture and
bedding. Tho tables will Its supplied will) tlm
very best the connlrv iiflotds, No pains will bo
spared to givo satisfaction to thu gnuiM.
A Hood Btrlnnnimd.
Una been secured for tho entire season. Board $H
per week. Spcclulrtite. lo families.
J. K. BROWN, Propriety.
SOS. ,EK '? oor "n t0". nd no
lfeaptal risked. Yon can give the
I If l""l?eM trUI without expense.
V J Kbe heM "I'l'ortunlty ever oftered fr
those WillinC tO Work. Ynu ahnnM
Theonly Female College liVSlnrvIa,,.!
teredin lk...Wlth the pow..,'fr?r J."'1,-' rr
nnd literally endowed by Ki. ! ". ",c 'Wfes,
new huildlu!.'", ample tfroul, ,b'" 'w'- It has
able Faculty, ui.d all the' ZZ l''ls. an
C BfS illatitlltlnn liarri M... 'I'llnu Of a tlr.t.
Under lve..lv . V U. " " ur, 3.l. V,,..
MotKi..n I'urki (,k c, ' .
A Christian family scfjnol fr bova i ., '
tractive. K.lncatioual f ,cl !, ' "r 'n at
siotl begins Keiitenibes :ih Llnu'.,.lr'"''"'d. Nes-