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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1880.
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National Democratic Ticket.
TOFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSON8.
of Clay Connty.
For Secretaay of State,
JOHN II. OBERLY,
of (Alexander County.
of St. Clair County.
of Winnebago Connty.
For Congress, 1Mb district,
TiTur-n- Tnnvia nn.IUV.
For Senator of the 50th district,
WM. A. LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
For Representatives, .
D. T. LISEGAR,
of Alexander county.
II. R. BUCKINGHAM,
of Union county.
"Thk right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Tress, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Rights of Persons and the Rights of
vnmtMvttin.t 1,a nrn.orvi.il ..TWlnirt from (Jen.
Hancock's letter upon diking charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
self as a candidate at the ensuing November
lection, for the office of County Attonny for the
county of Alexander, Illinois. A.NUL S LEEK.
PIRCUIT CLERK.-We are authorized to an
Bounce that ALEX. II IRVIN will be acandl
date at the ensuing November election fur the
office of circuit clerk In Alexander county.
1X)R SHERIFF We sro authorized to announce
that 11 r JOHN HODGES will he a randldato
for re-election lo the olllce of Sheriff, of Alexandre
county, at the nt-xt November election, subject
only to the vote ol the people nt the polls.
One of the biggest straws between show
ing the unusual popularity of Hancock in
Pennsylvania, is the fact that the Demo-
.nta tn rmn twn r. C , 1 . . Bnl. . . . 1. . . 1.
v j m . b ,u vus .vu ui men dluvo, w neru uiere
. has been no meeting held for years, have
organized a Hancock club with OIK) mem
bers, or all but 58 of the entire vote of the
place. It may be remarked that the Han
cock cause is booming and this is the
At showinrr that tllfl Illinois Imnnl baa
established a good reputation and made
itself feared by the quack doctors, it is
stated that among the. letters captured
when the notorious Dr. Buchanan was ar
retted at Philadelphia a few weeks ago,
was one from George Greer, of Rosstown,
Ohio, In which he said that he put money
In SllA hflnilfl fit Tr narflanv ftrwl mnvm a
IB rcauy to pa -a your aipioma win nana
the test before the state board of Illinois."
. A . .. ,1 , ,1, . .
There are over 100,000 officeholders un
der the present Republican administration,
and it is estimated that assessments will
average at the very lowest estimate $15
each, which will raise a campaign lund to
begin with, of $1,500,000. Add to this the
contributions from other sources and the
fund will bo increased to at least $3,000,
000. Thus the Republican party start out
with a corruption fund of two million dol
lars. Unable to deny the fact that Hancock is
making inroads into their strength, the Re
publicans declare that their losses aro not
serious only a few votes hero and there.
If each thinking Republican, says the New
York World, will take the trouble to run
over the list of his acquaintances and then
to cipher out the percentage ef the probable
gains for Hancock in the Statu on the same
basis he will see that tho aggrcgato of these
" few votes hero and there" will just about
make every doubtful State Democratic and
and every Republican State doubtful.
The following aro pointed to as somo of
the horrible results of a Democratic con
gress : The public credit was never better
than it is to-day. We could refund all our
callable bonds at 3 per cent., it we were
disposed to make a fifty-year bond. The
party that has controlled public expendi
tures for tho last five years is entitled to no
small share of the credit for this happy
6tate of national finances. The national
purso has been in Democratic control for
five years. The Democracy were going to
ruin the national credit by raids on the
treasury in the interest of the south and
by vicious legislation. They have carried
their ruinous work so far as to cut off $-10,-000,000
of the expenditures and bring the
4 lour per cent, bonds up to 108!
Never, as we have before observed, in
the history of politics, has there been such
a stampede of Republicans to the Demo
cratic ranks. The following is evidence in
support of the statement : There is a Han
cock club at Utica, N. T., composed almost
exclusively of ex-Republican soldiers. Its
president is Gen. Grindlay, who presided,
only last March, over the. Republican dis
trict convention which elected Mr. Conk
ling a delegate to the state convention; and
its vice-president is Colonel J. Stewart
Lowory, a brother of Republican ex-Senator
Lowery, and himself an old Republi
can. General Grindlay was consul at
Kingston, Jamaica, under Grant, and was
formerly Republican county clerk in
Oneida county. Utica is the home of Ros
OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
AMUSEMENTS FOR THE COMING FALL AND
WINTER THE PROSPERITY IN GOTHAM
RAPIDLY INCREASING HARD ON THE SUN
EDITOR IF TRUE A BIT ON FINANCE
COX TO RETURN NO MORE.
From our Regular Correspondent.
New York, July 23, 1860.
The dramatic season of 1880 and 1881
promises to be a remarkable one in the
history ot the stage. The announcements
that aro already made comprise nearly 800
theatrical combinations. The principal
event however as far as known, of the com
ing season will be tho appearance of Mile.
Sara Bernhardt at Booth's theatre, under
the management of Henry E. Abbey. The
play in which she will first appear is not
yet announced. The particulars of this
engagement have been repeatedly pub
lished, but each publication has differed as
to the terms of contract between the
star and manager. It would seem from
these accounts that Mr. Abbey has been un
usually generous, and even absurdly gener
ous. His business shrewdness and tact,
are, however, perfectly well known ; there
is little doubt that the report current
among actors and managers about the mat
ter is correct. According to this Mile.
Earnhardt is to receive one-third of the
gross receipts, which Mr. Abbey guarantees,
shall not be less than $500 per night. The
manager also allows her a certain sum for
hotel expenses, etc., and furnishes the com
pany, home, and all local expenses. Mile.
Bernhardt is to commence her engagement
in this city on the 8th of November, and
continues for fiwr weeks. Previous to this,
however, sho will open in Boston.
The tax list ot the city of New York lor the
year of 1880, as finally passed upon by the
board of supervisors, thows an increase of
nearly $30,000,000 in real estate and person
al valuations since 1879 the proportions
being $24,437,810 on real estate, and $33,
259,062.09. This gratifying exhibit is due
to three causes the general revival of busi
ness activities, which encourages invest
ment in new enterprises; the rapid and suc
cessful development of the elevated rail
road syrtem; nud tho return of citizens
banished for years past through want of
proper facilities of travel, who aro attract
ed by the comfort and luxuries of metro
politan life. The growth of population in
the upper wards, many part of which have
remained about inaccessible for a long
term of years, hag bet-n revealed by the
new census returns, and the figures of the
tax levy show that the greatest increase
in taxable values has taken place in those
localities during tha latt year.
One of the survivors of the Seawanhaka
disaster, Miss Ida Ward residing at Sea
Cliff, L. I., tells a most disgraceful story on
Mr. Charles A Dana, editor of the New
York Sun, in connection with that awful
affair. According to this young lady, Bho
was standing by Mr. Dana, with whom sho
was acquainted, when the llames had
Bprcad so far that it was no longer possible
to remain on tho vessel, and in her extreme
peril. asked him if he could swim. "Oh,
yes, very well," he replied. Then Bhe said,
"Please Mr. Dana can't I go with you,
when you jump over?" "Every one lor him
self," she says was his brutal answer, and
immediately , jumped overboard, leaving
her to care entirely for herself. Mr, Dana
swam for the shore, which ho soon reached
without difficulty, and Miss Ward was
finally saved, after a verv hard struggle,
through the help of another woman and a
boatman, who partially corrobroate her
Stocks aro beginning to rise again, and
to the bleeding lambs who have been con
templating parting with the yacht and sell
ing off the Stanhope gig, bought in hap
pier and more booming times, are begin
ning to revive and smile hopefully after a
look at a ticker. The Woman's Stock Brok
ing office leels it, too; and Thurlow Weed
and Bill Butler may again be seen beam
ingly patting the hands of the priestesses to
the temple or smiling encouragingly at the
fair votaries who drop in to take a flyer. It
is not thought, however, by the knowing
ones that there will be another largo ad
vance in any stocks, solid or speculative,
till towards the autumn.
The crop of suicides mysteriously con
tinues and Chastine Cox, "the victim of
prejudice against his race" suffered his
well merited penalty by a rather close fit
ting collar yesterday morning. "The mills
of the Gods grind slowly, but when they
grind, they grind to powder."
The Great Drawback of most reme
dies is their lack of thoroughness. They
do not remove the original cause of the
symtoms, although they may temporarily
relieve these. The marked superiority of
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters to rival medi
cines advertised or asserted to produce
kindred results is exhibited in the deci
siveness and permanency of its effects, as
contrasted with the instability and fleeting
character of theirs, A lack of digestive
and assimilative power is attended by
many symtoms often erroneously ascribed
to other causes, and which it is impossible
to relieve with a mere placebo. Radical
means are the only effectual ones, nay,
more, the use of such as are not so in medi
cation, is usually irrational and productive
of more ultimate harm than present good.
To quell pain, to allay nervous excitement,
to relieve despondency, the rebellious or
gans must be brought into subjection, and
their activity insured by toning and regula
An Elegant Toilet Preparation, hair
dressing and restorative is found in "Lon
don nair Color Restorer." It seldom fails
to restore gray or faded hair to its original
youthful color and beauty. Falling hair is
checked by its use, and it produces a
growth of beautiful young hair, soft, glossy
and luxuriant. It certainly is the most
cleanly and effective hair restorer now bo
fore the American people.
A. A. Gibson, Barrytown, Duchess coun
ty, N. Y., writes: Dr. Swayne & Son, Phil
adelphia: Gents I enclose a postoffice
order lor eight dollars; please send me one
dozen "Loudon Hair Color Restorer." It
has stopped my hair from falling, and re
stored it to its natural color. It lias proven
satisfactory in every respect. The "London
Hair Color Restorer" can be obtained at all
the leading druegists at 75 cents a bottle.
Profitable Patients The most won
derful and marvelous success in cases where
persons are siek or wasting away from a
condition of miserablencs, that no one
knows what ails tlu-m. (profitable patients
lor doctors) is obtained by the use of Hop
Bitters. They begin to cure from the f!it
dose and keep it "up until perfect health
and strength is restored. Whoever is af
flicted in this way need not suffer, when
they can get Hop "Bitters. Cincinnati Star.
Ccptomer "Why are 'Malt Bitters' so
popular?" Druggist "Because, as a food
medicine, they enrich the blood, harden the
muscles, quiet the nerves, perfect diges
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ay all the time thev work, write for partknlura to
1. 1IALLETT Jt CO., 1'ortluud.
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling:
constantly on band
At Sevciity-flve cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trimmings" aro coarse shavings and make
the beat snmmur wood for cooklug purposes us well
as the cheapest ever aold In Cairo. For black
smith's, use In aetting tires, they are unequalled.
Leave your orders at the Tenth street wood yard.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Mannlactnrcrof and Dealer In Also
TIN, COPrER & SHEET-IRON WARE
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NEW YORK STORE,
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The Largest Variety Stock
IX THK CITY
SOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO.
Cor. Nineteenth street and I Paivn Til
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FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Hour ing Mill s
Hiirlest Cash Price Paid for Wbeat.
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76 Ohio Levee,
Boat Stores and Groceries,
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AND PAINT AND OIL DEALERS
."Wholesale and Retail
Drugs, Paints, Brushes, Window Glass, Brushes, Perfumery,
Fancy Goods, Etc., Etc.
JXo. 74 Ohio Levee.
RETAIL and FAMILY PRESCRIPTION ST0EE
Cor. Eighth Street and Washington Avenue.
GRAjSTD piano company
311 and 313 Plum Street Cincinnati, Ohio.
GRAND SQUARE & UPRIGHT PIANOS
Which for beauty of flnifh, tvenncn of action, iwectneM, power and brilliancy of tone, and trreat
durability arc nnexcelltd. ' k
A llr.t-clue piauo at a very moderate price. Send for illDctratcd catalogue.
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N"os. 311 and 313 Plum Btreet, Cia'ti, O.
SALE OF HEAL BS-
Public notice I hereby tivi-u that bv virtue of a
Judgment and order of the county court of Alexan-
ucr conuty, iinuois, maae ana euterra at tueJuiy
term thereof, A. IJ. !. Iu a came ueMti Jacob
higgle, administrator of the entatc of William M.
Athertoo, def eafed.ld plaintiff, and Juda Athcrton,
Kraucin D. Atherton, Thomas J. Crai, Jumet M.
('raltf. K'zada Finch, ' Emma (.'raltt. Alice C'ralK,
Mary Crali!, Maria J . Itlirnle, France M. Atherton.
Iltzekiah M. Atherton. lUbecca . I. Atherton Lulu
J. Atherton, William J. Atherton, Ellen Young,
Klizat;eti Wicker. Eliza M. I'coler, John Godwin,
Juneph 'iodwin, Francea ( Yoiint'. Smith Younc.
Jamel F. Hutxon, Forrtlce Ireland. Jainm 1'. Cotl
and XJaiiiel Li nce, are defi-iiduM, lor the m'.e of
real ectate to pay thu del ta of the raid decea, d
William A- Atherton. I. the undersigned adminU
trator. Jacob Higgle, will ou Thursday, the J'.th day
of AugUKt, A. I). I at the hour of 10 oYlock a.
m at the Di potof the Cuiro and St. LouU rail
road computiy, at liodtfc'i 1'ark In said couu'.y. pro
ceed tosull at nubile sale to the hlghift bidder the
following described rial estat'-, namely:
Then w n w ofs n, T 10, a li 1 wt-st; n w w of
S T 15, S 1 i wet ; n e n e of .s ;i;, T l.'i, S K
2 west: the undivided 4 of the te n e. S :;4, T 15,
S Ktiwurt: and the undivided ouc-four'.h of the
following described tracts of land, e '4 u w 8 'l.
T 11. S li S west : n e s w of S ill, T I'l, S K i we' ;
n w t eof S tfl.T l'i S 1 a west: huso of s 15. T
1A,S Hit west; all In Alexander coiintv, IllinoU,
and the following described lots In Hoilge'a 1'ark
In said Alexunili-r countv: Lots Nos. a, 4. and Iti
block :); lot 7 in block 4': Iota No. a, 4 aml In
blocks; lot No. a.4 and" In block 'i; lots s and lo
block"; lots Nos. 4 and h In lilork S; lot f. block
11: lotsN'os. :i, 5, 7 and V in block 15; lot block
Hi: lots No. 1, S atid 5 In block 17; lot B block I:
lot 1 block lit: lot block a: lots Noa. 1. :, 5 and 7
in block ai; lots Nos. 4 an I ii In block aa: lots Nos.
1 5, and 7 In block 1: lots Nos a, 4 and 8 in block
a-l: aud lot 10 iu block 1:), for the purpose of pay.
IliK the debts, of the estute ot said William Jl. Ath
The terms of sale will be one-third cah down,
one third in six months ai d one-third In one year,
with no'es, aud also a mortgage on the the real
estate sold, to secure the deferred tmvmcnts, and
the notes to draw Interest at rat- of six per cent,
per antinm. All sales for tin dollars or less tube
paid down. JACOB ItKilil.E.
Cairo. IU , July 17, 10. Administrator.
ADMINISTKATOIt'S KALE OF HEAL ES
1'ubllc notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
Judgment and order of the county court of Alex
ander county, Illinois, made and entered at the
June term thereof. A. I)., Ihso, in a cause wherein
Elizu J. Tweiite, administratrix of the estate of
Alexander Tweiite, deceased. Jwas plaintiff, and
Ida C. TwMite. Aino A. Tweiite, Asa I) Twente,
Artnrll. Twenie, Era J. Tweiite. John II. Clark,
Franklin Illtt.and William lolbert, were defend
nnts'for the saleof real of ral estale to pay the
debts or the said Alexander Twente. deceased. I.
the undersigned administratrix n aforesaid, will,
on Wednesday, the a.Mh day of August. IsS'i, at
Eleven o'clork a. in., at the front door of the court
house In Cairo, In snld Alexander countv, proceed
to sell at public sale, to the highest bidder, the
following described real estate, Ireo and clear of
the dower of the imderilgned ai widow of the said
Tim undivided Ave sixths C-fl) of tho southeast
quarter of the northwest tinarter, and of the south
west quarter of the northwest quarter of section
twetitv flviHa.MIn tnwtiHhlp flftven, south range
N three Cli went of the third principal meridian
In snld Alexander county for the purpose of pay
lug the debts of said estate.
rhe terms of sale are, one-half cash down, and
the balance In one year with note, and also mort
gage on the real estate sold to secure tho deferred
payment; said note to bear interest at the rate of
six per tent, ELIZA J. TWENTE.
.Cairo, III,, July 17,1880. Administratrix.
"T T ''real ctiniice to make mon-
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J. K. HKOWN, Proprietor.
Baltimore Female College.
Tlioonly Female I'ollcge in Marylnnd wa
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new Gliding, ample grounds, good apparatu, an
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class Institution, Ilonrdatid tulton, jijtlti. Wlsse
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N C, IlllUOKH, L.L.D., President.
Morgan Park, Cook Co., 111.,
A Christian family school for boy. Location at
traollvu. Educational facilities uusurpassed. Her
slon begins September nil, ltW), For full Infor
mation auud for cutulosno,