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t THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1880.
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National Democratic Ticket.
WINFIELD SCOTT HAKOCK.
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Democratic Stat Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. TAUSONS.
For Secrctaay of State,
JOHN H. OBERLY,
of Alexander County.
of St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
' For Congress, 18th district,
.. Ji-nr.it THOMAS HREMAN.
For Senator of the With district,
WM. A. LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
D. T. LISEGAR,
of Alexander county.
H. B. BUCKINGHAM,
of Union county.
"Ths right of Trial by Jury, the Ilabens Corpus,
the Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Rinhts of Persons and the Rights of
Property must be preserved. -Extract from Gen.
Hancock"! letter upon taking charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby aunmiuce my
self as a candidute at the ensuing November
lection, lor the office of County Attormy for the
county of Alexander, Illinois. ANUl'8 LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLERK. -We are authorized to an
nounce that ALEX. II. 1RVIN will be acandl
date at the ensuing November election for the
office of circuit clerk In Alexander county.
IOR SHERIFF We aro auttiorixed to announce
that Mr JOHN UODGKS will tie a candidate
for re-election to the olllce of Sheriff, of Alexandre
County, at the next November election, subject
only to the vote oftue people ut the polls.
New Orleans has received to date,
1,480,614 bales of cotton, net, and by the
1st of September the receipts will very
closely approach 1,500,000 bales. The
gross receipts are now 1,097,860 bales. The
out look for a considerably larger business
next season is very good. Factors arc now
in a better position than they have been for
many years past. Many planters and coun
try merchants are now, for the first time in
many years, entirely out of debt.
ft WW IT P.D kvrr TtT,ii 1 .1 uunni t- W. n tn
worn, temuorarilr at least, all connection
-with politics. His acceptance of the prcs-
iAnMH t Via Q.n T.,1 rt nn,1 f ... .. .... ,1H
iuuuv j wi iuu vui a. cuiv .uu vuuuu uc
8'Agart Company, which owns forty thou
tod acres of mining lands in New Mexico,
will leave him little time to devote to the
wrangles of politicians. So far as General
Grant U concerned, it is the very best thing
hat could happen ti him. He has held
the hiffhest offices in the Republic, and,
going into comparative retirement, he will
trive oblivion an opportunity to cover,
o - -
somo extent, the scandals which marked
his administration ot the govern'
Mb. Secketaiu Schurz, in his Indianapo
lis speech speakin g of Gen. Hancock, said
You may Bpoil an excellent general in
making a poor president." The people are
determined to take the chance anyway.
They know that Hancock is a good general,
and they believe that he will make a good
president. Mr. Schurz's theery is that a
good soldier can hardly make a good civil
officer. The theory is not sound. The
theory, however, that a poor soldier is
pretty certain to make an incompttant
civil officer is correct. Sir. Schurz may
be cited as an example of the correctness
of this theory.
The doctors are very auxious to get an
insight into Dr. Tanner's stomach in its
present "cornered" condition. They have
made a proposition to him to let them put
him under the influence of either, and per
form an operation, in order to determine
whether or not his stomach has dried up,
as it were. The doctor declined to have
his "inards" inspected. The doctor has
frequently claimed that ho lias a cast-iron
stomach. He says that ho was born and
raised near Tambridge Well', England,
and that he drank the chalybeate waters to
such excess that his stomach became per
manently coated with iron. Perhaps the
reason he refuses to be opened is, that he
fears bis reputation ior truth and veracity
will be ruined. He may rely on it, how
ever, that the doctors will get him when he
POLITICAL ISSUES. GEN. GARFIELD'S TART
IS TIIE CHEAT FRAUD. MOKAL OBLIQUITY
OK MEN IN HIGH OFFICIAL TOS1TION -WHO
ATTEMPTED TO ASSASSINATE THE RE
PUBLIC? From our regular correspondent.
Said a gentleman to me yesterday, whose
name is distinguished in the annals of his
country's recent legislative history : "It is
absurd for so-called independents to insist
that the coming election will be merely a
contest between candidates and parties,
and that there are no great issue before the
people." Issues were never more moment
ous or more sharply defined. First and
loremost among them is the evertowering
issue raised by the electoral commission.
In it is involved nothing less than the right
of the people to chose through constitu
tional methods their highest executive of
ficer. It really envolves their right to vote,
for the ballot will become an empty mock
ery if the great crime by which Mr. Hayes
was installed shall go unrebuked, and free
dom will have greater cause to shriek than
at the death of ten thousand Kosciuskos,
if one ol the visiting statesman and one of
the electoral eight shall bo elected to the
high place now desecrated by an executive
placed thero by fraud.
Politicul philosophers are right in speak
ing of republican governments as an exper
iment. True, it had subsisted in the Unit
ed States until the election of Mr. Tilden.
It has appeared fitfully and intermittently
in France. Favored by peculiar geograph
ical environment it has held its own in the
fastnesses of the Swiss alps. There are
certain indications in modern times that
point to republicanism as the government
of the remote future, but viewed in the
trend of the world's history, republican
government must be looked upon as a very
novel experiment. Certain it is that it has
been most fatally stunned for four years in
the United States, and that the Republican
party nrc so callously insensible to the
crime and the calamity, that they are try
ing to award one of the chief assassins
with the presidency. It is this callousness,
this moral obliquity of men in high judi
cial and legislative places, where they
ought to be chastened and purified with en
thusiasm for the sublime but critical ex
ploiting ot popular government, that makes
patriots seriously solicitous for the fate of
republican institutions in tho United
A RISKY MATCH
At Voronesh, one of tho great Russian
provincial criminal depots, whence convicts
arc periodically conveyed in batches to the
different penal settlements of tho empire,
the unmarried state prisoners of both sexes
have recently developed u surprising pre
dilection for the matrimonial state.
'I his phenomenon is attributable to the
fact that the Russian Government permits
married convicts under sentences of hard
labor to settle in Snghalicn, a locality in
respects preferable to Siberia. As, howev
er, those desirous of qualifying theniselvi-s
tor the enjoyment ot this privilege are only
allowed to select thulr future life compan
ions from among their tellow-criminals,
some quaint alliances havo resulted from
the benevolent dispositions in question.
For instance, a military homicide, con
demned to twenty years, penal servitude
for slaying his superior officer on the pa-
rado ground, was only the other day united
to a muscular dame who, a short time pre
viously, had become a widow by her own
act, having dexterously split her first hus
band's head in two with a hatchet. The
antecedents of this happy pair scarcely
promise long duration' to their respective
existences. They, probably, deem a short
and merry life of wedlock in Saghalien
more desirable than the attainment of ccli
bato old axe in Siberia.
AN OLD RHODE ISLAND BANK BILL.
From the Norwich (Conn.) Bulletin.
The other day a New York man sent to
tho Washington National Bank, of Wester
ly, a $5 bill issured by the Washington
Bank, March 0, 1814, which he had inher
ited with other 'papers from the estate of
his grandfather in Ohio. The gentleman
sent the bill to the bank simply as a curi
osity, but the officers promptly remitted
him its full value, though beging to be ex
cused from remitting also the 3G0 or
more it would have earned at compound
The Florence Nightingale of the
Nursery The following is an extract
from a letter written to the German Reform
Messenger, at Chambersburgh, Ptnn :
Just open the door for her, and Mrs.
Winslow will prove the American Florence
Nightingale of the Nursery. Of this we
are so sure, that we will teach our "Susy"
to say, "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" for
helping her to survive and escape the grip
ing, colickiug, and teething seige. Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup relieves the
child from pain, and cures dysentery and
diarrhoea. It softens the gums, reduces
inflammation, cures wind colic, and carries
the infant safely through the teething
period. It performs precisely what it
professes to perform, every part of it noth
ing less. Wo have never seen Mrs.
Winslow know her only through the
preparation of her "Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething." If we had the power
we would make her, as she is, a physical
savior to the infant race. Sold by all
druggists. 25 cents a bottle.
An Elegant Toilet Preparation, hair
dressing and restorative is found in "Lon
don Hair Color Restorer." It seldom fails
to restore gray or fueled 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 be
fore the American people.
A. A. Gibson, Barrytown, Duchess coun
ty, N. Y., writes: Dr. Swaync & Son, Phil
adelphia: Gents I enclose a postoffice
order for eight dollars ; please send mo one
dozen "London Hair Color Restorer." It
has stopped my hair from falling, and re
stored it to its natural color. It has proven
satisfactory in every respect. The "London
Hair Color Restorer" can be obtained at all
the leading druggists at 75 cents a bottle.
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All Kinds of J ob Work
Estimates furnished and orders from .
abroad promptly attended to.
Two-Sheet, Full sheet, Half Sheet,
and Quarter Sheet Posters and
Programmes, iu Pluck or Colors.
Letter Head, Pill Heads Note
Heads, Statements, Bills Ladiusr. Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
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Etc.. Etc.. Et.. Etc.
(j W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling:
cotiBUotly on band
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trimmings" are coarse nbuvloi! and mak
tliu best snmmer wood for cooklnji purposes as well
s the cheapest over told In Cairo. For black
smith's nse In setting llres, they are unequalled.
Leave your orders t the Tenth street wood yard.
ALL SOPtTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Mannlacturcr of and Dealer inAlso
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
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CAIRO, : . ILLINOIS
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND P. ETA I L.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY
300DS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO.
Cor. Nineteenth street and t Poivn Til
Commercial Ave.. 1 Vrtll U, 111,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wkeat.
Q.t D. WILLIAMSON Ss CO
76 Ohio Levee.
Boat Stores and Groceries,
ur ui: lzitd.
OPKX XIGIIT .VXD DAY.
Frvsn Dairy ar.d Gilt E!iw Batter. Oysters and all
inds of fruit when in season, on hand auI deliv-
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Ko. 74 Ohio Levee.
RETAIL and FAMILY PRESCRIPTION STORE
Cor. Eighth Street and Washington Avenue.
G-RAND PIAO COMPANY
311 and 313 Plum Street Cincinnati, Ohio.
GRAKD SQUARE & UPRIGHT PJAX0S
Which for beauty of finish, crenness of action, sweetness, power and brilliancy of tone, snd creat
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AUMINISTii.U'OKS SALE UK IlfcAL i
TATE. l'ublic notice Is hereby t'lTcn that hy virtue of a
judgment and order of the county court of Alexan
der county, Illinois, made and entered at the July
term thereof, A. 1. 1st). In a causu wherein Jacob
Kiltie, administrator of the estate of William M.
Atberton, defeased, is plaintiff, and Juda Atberton,
Francis D. Atberton, Thomas J . Craiir, James M.
Crai, Elzaria Finch, Emma Cruiir. Alice CraiK,
Mary C'raiu'. Mnria J. Kintlu, Frances M. Atberton,
Mezekmb M . Atherton. lli tiecca J. Athi rton. I.ulu
J. Athertou. William J. Atherton, Eilen Yonun,
Elizabeth W icker. Eliza M. Feeler, John Godwin,
Joseph Godwin, Frances : Young, Smith Youne,
James F. Jlutson, Fordlce Ireland, James I'. Coii
and Daniel Lence. are defendants, for the sale of
real estate to pay the debts ol the said diseased
William jf . Athertou. I. the undersigned adminis
trator. Jacob ItluL'le, will on Thursday, the ;th day
of August, A. I). 1-S '. at tho hour of 10 o'clock a.
m.. at the Depot of the Cairo and St. Louis rail
road company, at Hodge's I'ark in said county, pro
ceed to sell ut uublic sale to the blithest bidder the
following described real estate, namelv:
The n w n w of S 6, T 1, S U 1 west ;'n w s w of
S 2r, T l!i, S K 2 west ; n e n e of h T 11. S K
3 west; tho undivided '4 of the so n o. S ai, T 15,
H U 4 west; and the undivided onc-four:h of tho
following! described tracts of land, e n w S SI,
T 1, S H i west ; n e s w of S lil, T S H i! wes' ;
nwseofS sll.Tlii SKS weft: scso of S 15. T
16, 8 It S west: all In Alexander county, Illinois,
and the following described lots In Hodge's I'ark
in said Alexander county: Lots Xos. u, i, and li lu
block 8; lot 7 In block 4; lots No. 3, 4 and 11 iu
block 5; lots Nos. 3.4 and in block H; lot- Sand 10
block"; lots Nos. 4 and In block i; lot 8. block
14; lotsNos S. 5. 7 and 9ln block 15; lot block
Hi: lots Nos. 1,3 and 5 In block 17; lot B block 18;
lot 1 block 111: lot 1 block ;Hi; lots Nos. 1. 3, 5 and 7
in block 'Jl ; lots Nos. 4 and fi In block 24; lots Nos.
1 5, and Tin blocks: lots Nos 4.4 and Bin block
44 : and lot 10 In block 1:), for the purpose of pav
ing the debts of the estate of said William M. Ath
The terms of sale will be one-third cash down,
one third in six months nod one-third in one rear,
with notes, and also a mortpane 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 saies for ten dollars or less to bo
paid down. JACOB RKKiLE,
Cairo. Ill , July 17. lsW. Administrator.
SALE OF REAL ES
l'ublic notice is herebv siven that by virtue of a
judgment and order of the county court of Alex
ander county, Illinois, madti and entered at the
June term thereof. A. D.. 1K80, in a cause wherein
Eliza J. Tweute, administratrix of the estate of
Alexunder Twente, deceased, Jwos plaintiff, and
Ida C. Tw. nte. Amos A. T.vetite, AsaD. Twente,
Artur II. Twente. Ezra J. Twente. John II. Clark.
Franklin Ilitt.aud William Tolbert, were defend
ants, for the sale of real of real estate to pay tho
debts of the said Alexander Twente. decensed. I,
the undersigned administratrix as aforesaid, will,
on Wednesday, the 45th day of August. IsH'i, at
Eleven o'clock a. m , at the front door of tho court
house in Cairo, in said Alexander county, proceed
to sell utpublic sale, to the highest bidder, the
following described real estate, free and clear of
tho dower of the uudcrslgued as widow of the said
The undivided five-sixths C-tii of the southeust
quarter of the northwest quarter, and of the south
west quarter of the northwest quarter of section
twentv-flve (4jl In township flneen. south range
No three (3i west of the third principal meridian
in said Aiexaix cr countv for tne nurnose of dut-
ingthc detits of said estate.
1 he terms of sale are. one-half cash down, and
the balance In one year with note, and also mort
gage on tue real estate sold to secure tne deferred
payment ; said note to bear interest at the rate of
six per cent. ELIZA .1. TWENTE.
, Cairo, 111,. July 17,1880, Administratrix.
IN the district court of the Vnlted States, for thu
Southern district of Illinois.
Iu Ilnukruptcy. No. 144.
In the mailer of Ernest Relchnrt. Andreas Doll
and David M. Kuowles, bankrupts,. Notice Is
hereby given that a petition has been filed in said
court by said David M. Kuowles, late of Cairo, III
iuols. now of Effingham, in the county of Filing
bum. in said district, duly declared bankrupt, un
der tho act of congress of March 4d, 18t7, nnd tho
amendment! thereto, for u dlschargo and certifi
cate thereof, from all his debts and other claims
provable under SBid act, and that the 6th day of
August. A. 1). 18N), at eleven o'clock A. M., is as
signed for a hearing of the same by the said court
at tho I'nited States court romn in the city of
Springfield, when and where all creditors of said
bankrupt, and all other persons in Interest may at-
tenu aim snow cause, ir anv tney nave, wny tne
prayer of of said petlton should not be granted.
M. IS. I'UMVUKKK, l.urK.
Brown A Young, a.tornays for plaintiff.
Dated at Springfield July 1st, A. 1). 1880.
JOT1CE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
To the heirs of Perry Powers, deceased, and nil
Notice is hereby given that I will, at the Angtist
ttrm of the county court of Alexander countv in
the State of Illinois, to-li:()n the Slxteouth day of
August. A. D. 1880, file my final account a admin
istrator, with the will annexed, of theesiats of Per
ry Powers, deceased. In said court and ask for a set,
tfemeiit of ths same and for a 'till and final dis
charge from all further Hubllltv as administrator
of said estate OEOHUE KIHIIEK,
Cairo, July 10, I860. Administrator.
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