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THE DAILY. CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY SO, 1880,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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National Democratic Ticket.
WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
, For Governor,
LYMAN TRVMBVLL, ,
ol Cook County.
LEWIS B. PAKSOSS.
of Clay County.
For Secretary of State.
JOUN 11. OBERLY.
of Alexander County.
of St. Cltilr County.
of Winnebago County
For Con.reKS, 1Kb district,
JCI)(E TUOMAS UIT,EMA
For tn-butor of the V'th district.
WM. A. LEMMA,
of Jacknon coun'y.
D. T. LISEGAR,
of Alexander county.
of Vnlou county.
"Tub rlfht of Trial by Jury, the llulienii Corpus
the Liberty of the Prem. the Freedom of speech.
theNatioual Rlphts of Persons und the Rights if
Property munt be preserved - Extract flow Gen
Hancock's letter upon t:ikits cLiirgc of tie Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. -1 hereby announce my
slf as a cundldiite at the ebUcy November
election, for the office of Onuty Attoiu.y for the
county of Alexander, Illinois. ANGUS LEfcK.
PIKCU1T ILEKK -We sre milliorleil to an-
notinre that ALEX. H 1RV1N will be acatull
date at ihe eiif.iinif Novenibcr election for the
office of circuit clerk in Alexander county.
UOK S I1EI(IFF-U sre authorized to announce
thatMr JOHN HdliGKrt wlllbe u candidatu
for re-election to 1li office of Sheriff, of Akxiitidii)
conuty, nt the D.it Noveir.'ur elutlou, subject
only to the vote of the pi-o le ut the polls
'A pen picture
OATH'S tiESCIUPTlGN OK THE NEXT 1'ItE.M
DENT. , ' "Gatli"' (George Alk-rd Townstud), who
visited Maj. Gen. Hancock at Lis head
quarters on Governor's island a day or two
ago, draws the following picture of our
He wore, ns is obligatory on such oc
CiHions, a rich Mug suit, full epaulette of
Sold and rich belt and side arum and mi
his nose was a pair of common horn eye
glasses. His mustache was trimmed
French or Spanish style, and, with his
rather heavy throat, muuII, nanoweats mid
level military eyes, I thought.' I had seen
pictures like him of modern Fri ut.li niur
huli and generals, such
m Bazine. The chur
Kctcr of Lis features indicates just whut ho
hu been well concentrated military of
' fleer, ct prlgionl gwd health, of whom the
discipline of West Point bad brought out at
his handsomest, till under the labors of real
warfare and the relaxations and hospitali
ties of pence, increasing ago had given
more fluid and flesh to his body, and he
was flow a rather portly man, through full
everywhere and cot with a paunch. HiB
shoulders and figure are very straight; his
eyes are those of observation and dispatch
without much incidental expression, such
as would iollow from much reading or re
flection, or from a quarrelsome nuture, or
excessive ambition. Nature and his parents
gave him good health; he gave himself
a wife early; his employment was to his
liking, and therefore bis life, notwith
standing its sufferings and success, has
been congenial. He has a forehead by no
means high, yet modeled on the lines tf a
head of action, the faculties being com
pressed there, thouuh in harmony. His
blue eyes are guarded by a pair of stiffish
lashes, which without being soft or beauti
ful, give a fine regularity to this part of the
face, coupled with decision and sometimes
sternness. He seldom . smiles and never
laughs. He seems to to measure what is
goin? oa with these lashes placidly, and
when they rise and open more than usual
the mettle is the man then is seen to be
formidable. He has a straight cose, not
particularly striking or large, a chin well
rounded but not heavy, though
the chops and throat come up to
its assistance and show '.ho
bull dog lying about the jaw- and neck.
His hair is yet smooth and of a light brown
color, a little warmer than sandy, and seme
gray now appears both there and in the
goatee and mustache, but not enough to
expunge the" phantom of the young officer
at the outbreak of the rebellion, who bound
ed from a quarter-master's captain to be a
brigadier-general of volunteers. The bod
ily parts ol Hancock are equally large and
harmonious; it is easy to be seen Low his
fine, straight figure neither rigid nor
pliant, but solid seated on a horse and
with his cool but watchful tace deminating
it, would look to be one of the spirits of
battle. The army, indeed, has taken a
healthy subject from nature and moulded it
to her uses and history.
"With a warmish nature but cool habits,
the man has never lost sight either of his
profession or his responsibility, and; I may
add, his self-respect, and they have finally
made out of a good, beefy son of Pennsyl
vania a soldier and a gentleman. Men
with perhaps more military talent have
yielded to the fascinations of conviviality,
or to rivalry, gossip or rancors, and have
failed of their great promise, while thi3
man, who was only a fine looking cfiker
for years, gravitating toward family life,
restraininz his ardor in any particular
direction, and always making the best,
if not the most of a battle opportunity, has
come to be the leading major-general in
the army and without a stain, so that he
was eligible for a great party as its presi
dential candidate. If he had allowed one
ememy to disturb his Lead, one appetite to
outgrow itself, we should never have heard
his name at the head of a national ticket.
Though his name is TVitfc'eld Scott he has
avoided the egotisms and complacency of
that prodigious old man. By no
means a negative personage, Hancock
has yet placed obedience higher than
genius and this has kept him from saying
anything which might annoy his party, I
was talking to one of his staff officers a mo
ment yesterday, who said: "They may
talk personalities us much as they like;
they will find no stigma on Ilanccnk. He
has been a pure man in his family and mil
itary life, and those are the only two lives
he has led." The same officer remarked:
"I tliink both nominations have been good
ones in this resptct; at least, that they have
broken two old machines to pieces. It was
time for new dispensations in both par
ties." The Floklnce NroirnNo.uE of the
Nluheiiy The following Is an extract
from a letter written to the German Reform
Mi rscnger, at C'hambersburgh, Peuu:
Just open the dor for her, and Mrs.
Wiuslow 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, colicking, and teething seige. Mrs.
Window's Soothing Syrup relieves the
child from puin, and cures dysentery and
diurrliu'i. It softens the gums, reduces
intlamniatiuii, cures wind colic, and carries
the infant safely through' the teethin;,'
period. It performs precisely what it
professes to perform, every part of it noth
ing less. We have never seiu Mrs.
AVinslow 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 n physical
savior to the infant nice. Sold by all
druggists. Q'j cents a bottle.
"SwAY.sfc's Ointment axd 1'ji.i.s." The
greatest remedies the world has ever known
curing the most inveterate case of skin
discuses, such hs tetter, salt rheum, scald
head, bitrHe's itch, sores, all crusty, scaly
skin eruptions and that distressing com
plaint, iteliim; pih s. As h blood purifier
and regulator, bwayne's Tar and Sarsnpn
rillal'ills are excillent. Cure sick and
lnrveous headache, dyspepsia, indigestion,
ard od' malarial fevers, cleansing the sys
tem and bowels of all impurities, restoring
to healthy activity every organ of the body.
Price S.l centR a box, five boxes $1. Oint
ment 50 cents, throo boxes fl.2.i. Can be
sent by mail to any address, on receipt of
price. Addi'CM letters, Dr. Swayue it Sou,
MO North Sixth street, Philadelphia
Sold by all leading druggists. (2)
Peuso.sk wIiorr occupation gives but lit
tle exercise are victims of torpid liver and
eonotipation. Carter's Little Liver Pills
will relievo you.
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AllKindsof Job Work
Estimates furnished and orders from
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Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
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Lawn Mower Co.
Of JInrtfiril, Conn.,
MANTFACTl'EEHS OF THE
and CHARTER OMi
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out the World. wLtri- luwfc arc rnithatt-d. u Li
iui! the niott m-riict i.n'l ti-pirali!e Lawe Mcwr
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variety of lawn . .
lliind Mower Size?. Irom S !o V.' itf hue Toi.y
and llortu size. J4, atid '':! ifcibtt-. Send for
SOLD EYOl'Ii AGENTS EVERYWHERE.
TOU K0CK AND EYE.
A fiv CVnrmonnd. Scientifically
iircniired of RaNiim Toln. Crvhtiilixert Rock
I'nnilv, Old live Whisky and other Tou!ci. The
Formula l kuciwn to our iiett lihyeirlaiiM, in inhly
commended by thi m, and the Aimlytixof our of our
inoM promim iit cueuiit'tH. I'rof. I,, A. Mariner, of
l hlrau'o. in on the lutici 01 every uome. t )f a well
known fact to the medical profe'dou that TULV,
RUCK and RYE will arlord the pretilcM relief for
(ounhe. (.'old. Influenza, Drone -lilt in. Sore Throat,
Weak Lunii1. alfo I'onxumiitinu. in the iDciileu'
and advanced ttap' of that diHcaxe.
It caa be nted tie a Beverage and for an Apju ll
7.er. making an elb-i tlve Ionic for Family nte Try
It, you will And it pli aran! to take, of (.'rent xervlie,
if weak or debilitated, ac It Hive Strength, Tone
and Activity to the whole human frame.
fcJTTut lip lu ii art tl.e Dottle for Family lice..
LA WREInTM AKTI X,
Sole Au'euts fcr the V lilted Staten and ('urinclnn.
.W Importers of Fine Wine -n, Lhinorfand Llj;iirc
111 Martlxoli Street. CulcBi:e,
Sold by Drtitfiiltta and Dealer i vervw here.
EiOUNDItY, MACHINE SHOP AXD
T STEAM FOKGE.
Vulcax Iron Works
n OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO.
John T. Rennie,
HAVIN'O etRhl!hi'iJ hiwork at the above men
tinned place I better prepared than ever for
uianufuettirtti; Uteatn Engine and Mill Machinery,
Uavlnit a Hteam Hammer mid ample Tool, tfiu
manufacture of all klndi of Mackinury, Railroad,
ritcatubont and Uridine lrorifiu(; made n meclalty,
E'pec.ial atteullou tfvcu to rupalmot hr luetaiid
Ura t a-tltiif of all kind mndu to ordcl
Pip V ttlim In nil lit bruLchc.
Q W. WHEELER,
Snnuuer Wood and Kiiidliiijj:
conitantly cn hand
At Seventy-live cent ier load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trtinmlLpB',re coarfe thavlER and mako
the iH tt tuoimer wood for cooking' purpoeeta well
a the chvapoBt evor fold In Cairo. For black
tmith' b! in iieltliis tire, they sre unequalled.
Leave your orders t the Tenth ttrevt wood yard.
ALL SOKTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
M:iLt;lacttiicroi and Dealer :dA1o
TIN, COPPER PUEET-IROX WARE
t4LI. KINT t'P JoB WcI'Ii M'SE TU OLCEK 1
NO. LIT, EK-IITH S1REIT.
Jf EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITY
SOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIER & CO.
Cor.SlneletLlb free! and ' P.ii'va Til
Corjomtrclal Ave .. j vttlll', JU.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOm, GRAIN AND IIAY
Egji)tian Flouring Mill s
Hiirheut C'ah Price Paid lor 'WLeat.
(Jt D. WILLIAMSON & CO
70 Oliio Levee,
Boat Stores and Groceries,
Of all kitulf.
OI'KX NIOIIT AND DAY,
Fffh Dairy and fiilt Edu'f Rvicr. OymrK'ilid all
jjliide ol trull when In feufuu. on hand ami deliv-
ed promptly at reidcLtes Iree. Oyeti-r delivered
t. . M, t
5 5 3
Washington Avenue, Cor.
OA II tO - ILLS.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
12 0 BROADWAY NEW YORK
The Popularity of the Emiitable Life Assurance Sooipt v.
indicated by the fact that for
nual New Business has been
Company in the world, is due,
known promptness in the payment of Death Claims, and it
rule never to take advantage
eouitable claim exits.
Asa GUARANTEE of this,
cious iutluence of a technical policy, adhered to by many
companies, the Equitable makes ALL ITS POLICIES, old ami
new, throughout the United States,
After the policy ha been in force for three vears.
"The Equitable Life lias paid since its organ
ization to January 1st, 1880, $51,882,736. and
closed its hooks upon that date without a con
tested or past due claim."
The Equitable Life Aurance Society was the first to in
TOXttXE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life inurace to a degree before
Py the late report of the Insurance Commisvioner for the
states of Massachusetts and New York, the Equitable Lifo
Assurance Society howsthe following strong points:
FIRST The Equitable has a larger ratio of assets to lia
bilities than any of the leading companies.
SECONh The Equitable saved more of its income last year
than any other company.
THIRD The Equitable' 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.
Tbe Society lakes jilpuhiu c in rclcnin to tiio follow well known business
nit'ii insured in the nieiety, eoiniwsinjf an
ADVISORY HOARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
UK'S v HALLWAY, CuchliT City Natlmnl
WANK L (iALK.IJKK. IWo City mill.
J. M MIILLII'H. iTenldi'tit nullliliiy A: l-bllllpn
I'Al'Lli SCIiril. Wliokmle mid MM (Imp-
WILLIAM STHATTON, of Strut'on & Wrd
wlidlcHiilf itron iK.
WALTON W WKlf.IIT. of (I U. WllllimiKmi.
ii t- U.. Hunt Stlllt'l lltlll CtllU HI i Kt Will UlUrcllHUtK
FHASK HOWE, of (', M Hnwo & llroo., pro
vUiiiuk uiid pruiluci'.
E UN EST 11. I'ETTIT, Cirnccrli-i. quouiiiiwuro
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
the above Board or to
E. A. BUBNETT, Agent.
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W. N. GRAIN K, General Mana?erfov Illinois, Iowa. Nebraska, and the
Territories, 108 Dearborn Street, Chicago. '
of the United States.
Eleven vears iu average an
larger than that of anv otl.M-
in a great measure, to its well-
of technicalities where an
and to counteract the nerni-
SSE"-' Tuber 1,0,., u,.,u.
WILLIAM 1). LII'I'ET. AxHMai.t poUmuHer.
Wjmiu.I1LS0N'1)ryi'',''(1',fuECy f"0 tttul
T lumber!' TA1Ui' (i,1J:rul ""'"xliite m.d
JL.i,cni..libiffiE,,' m'm trw- Ury pfttMl9
JOHN sriifiAT, I'r.,.ruinr t(,uv l!CfriR.
trui'ir cum. '
GEO Il.JLENTZ, Kujierlutcndi'tit Culro City
ui 1 1 1
IlKfinKllT MAC'KIE. of A. Miicklc A Co."
( uiro in 1 11k.