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National Democratic Ticket.
. For President,
WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS,
of Clay County.
For Secrctaay nf State,
JOHN H. OBERLY,
' 'of Alexander County.
LOUIS STARK EL,
of St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
For Conprcss, 1Mb district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator cf the 50th diitrict,
WM. A. LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
P. T. LISEGAR,
of Alexander county.
of Union county.
"Tin right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
th Llhert of the Pre. the Freedom of Speech.
the National Right! of Person! and the Rights of
Property mult be preserved.-Extract irom uen.
Hancock'! letter upon taking charge of the Louis
ifirNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
J self as a candidate at the cn.uinif November
election. lor the office of County Attorn y for the
county of Alexander, Illinois. ANGTS LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLEhK -Wn are authorized to an
,,nnr Uit ALEX. 11. 1KY1N wli) be a can (II
date at tbe ensuing November election fur the
office of circuit clerk iu Alexander county.
t?OR PHERIPF-We are authorised to announce
that Mr JOHN HODGES will be a candidate
for re-election to tbe office of Bhenff. of Alexandre
tonaly. at the next November election, subject
only to tne vote 01 me people ti toe pout .
All Hancock and English campaign clubs and
otber organizations wblch support the Democratic
candidates, are requested to send to W, II, llirnuni,
. chairman national Democratic committee, ) Fifth
aveuue, rew or.
1st. The name and location of their orgnnlr.a
24. A statement of tbe number of number! en.
Hd. Tbe names of officers.
4th. Accounts of meeting's held.
Mb. Report, every week durliiu the campulL'n
of the number and Increase of membership, with
the condition ana prospects oi tne canvass.
DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETINGS
Will bo held at the following time
nd places :
Vienna, Johnson county, 'Wednesday,
New Grand Chain, Pulaski county,
Tuursday, August 20th.
' JoneHboro,Union county, Saturday Aug
MurphysWo, Monday, September 15th
Chester, Randolp'.i county, Tuesday,
DuQuoin, Friday, SepU-mbcr 3d.
Marion, Williamson county,' Saturday
Pulski ,rulttfkl count)-,, Saturday,' Sep
Hon. Wm. Ihrtzell, Democratic candidate
for Congress; Hon. M. C. Crawford, Dis
trict Elector; Hon. W. J. Allen, Elector for
thoStato at Large; Hon. Jno. II. Oberly,
Candidate for Secretary of State; Gen.
Charles J. Black, and other distinguished
speaker will atteud the Mass Meetings
and -address the People. The spenkers
who will certainly speak at each meeting
will be named in 6mall hniul bills several
days beforo the meetings.
Wm. H. Green. .
Chairman of Democratic Congressional
R. Frittanza, Secretary.
AS IT REALLY EXISTS IN THE
A FAITHFUL ACCOUNT GIVEN OF IT
BY A COLORED MAN.
A MAN RIDDEN ON A HAIL A WEAKER
TAKEN FROM TIIE STAND A KS1FE
ASD TISTOL ON THE STVMP.
By way ot showing those Republicans
who are in the habit of taking all the ex
travagant accounts of southern Democrat
ic bulldozing, published in their papers, as
gospel truth and who are inc ined to be
lieve that the poor colored man of the
southern states must either vote the Demo
cratic ticket, not vote at all or emigrate
oy way of presenting the other side ol the
story and of showing these men that the
poorcolored men of the south" like their
brothers up in Alexander county, are threat
ened, and ostracised, if they show any dis
position to act or think independently
of the Republican party leaders by way of
showing this we present the subjoined ar
ticle, taken from the Herald, published in
Hunt6ville, Alabama, and edited by a col
ored man named W. H. Councill. He is a
Democrat and has been elected superinten
dent ot the schools ot the place. His ac
count is therefore reliable, and that it por
trays a most diabolical outrage of intoler
ant Republicanism upon the free colored
men of that portion of the state, no one will
question. But Republican editors of the
north will ignore this instance of bulldozing
as they have every other of its kind, and
continue to manufacture their own little
stories of Democratic bulldozing, and ex
claim with hands and eyes lilted toward
heaven, "behold the sufferings of the col
ored man in the south, and the manner in
which the Bouthern states get their Demo
cratic majorities!" s
"In Lowdnes county there are two fac
tions in the Republican party, an Owens
crowd and a McDuffic "crowd. Owen and
McDufEe are the candidates on their re
spective sides for Probate Judge. The bit
terest feeling exist between their partisans.
The spirit of intolerance is at white heat.
These opposing crowds met at Calhoun and
also on ex-Congressman Rapier's place and
bulldozing was carried on at a high rate
until finally pistols and guns were brought
into play. Several were shot.
The opponents met, we understand, at a
point near Litohathee and the McDuffites
being in the majority they took one of the
Owens speakers and
RODE HIM ITON A RAIL,
Bruising him considerably, and running
him from the grounds. His name is Tom
Thompson, and his postofSce oddress is
Burksville, in Lowdnes county. On Satur
day, July 31st, we saw Mr. Thompson
TAKEN FKOM THE STAND,
And carried into the woods, by the McDuf-
Ce crowd. However they did not injure
him. ne regained the stand at length and
his friend stood beside him with a drawn
KNIFE IN HAND ASD PISTOL
in the other, as we suppose, as he kept his
right hand in his coat pocket.
Up until last month colored men never
voted their sentiments, because of the bull
dozing carried on by the Radicals.
If a colored man voted a Democratic
ticket he was afraid to confess it or let it be
known. Dozens of colored men In Lowd
nes will testify to this.
There may be places where the Demo
crats bulldoze, but we have yet tu visit a
place that comes up to this. This is owing
to the wicked teachers in politics that these
poor people have had among them. A
young man, Frank Hamilton, said in our
face at Burksville last Saturday that any
man who would vote a Democratic ticket is
a (1 n b n of b h," evidently endeavor
ing to provoke a tuss. Austin Chappel at
the same time and place said that if the
other colored men were of his mind, that
they would take the d n traitors
(meaning colored Democrats) into
the woods and h.ng them. It is a promi
nent fact that colored men in that county
have been bulldozed and frightened into
sticking to the Radical machine, and until
recently (lured not vote their sentiments and
make it known. Let Mr. Haves send ho!
diers down tlp-re to protect these honest
citizens in the exercise of the elcctivo fran
chise. Dut thank God, the sun of liberty
has arisen in Lowdnes, and nioro than a
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING AUGUST 2G, 1830.
thousand colored men voted tho Democratic
ticket there last Monday and will hereafter
bo protected lrom the assaults of tho bull
dozer." New Sthenotii Is infused into a debil
itated system by the sovereign vitalizcr
and tonic, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters.
Digestion and assimilation, functions the
interruption or feeble performance of
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the mental despondency which usually af
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promotes appetite and sound repose, and
may be relied upon for purity as well as
effectiveness. Moreover it has no peer as a
remedy for, and preventive of fever and
ajnie and bilious remittents.
Power of Speaking Restored. New-
ash, Ontario, 1). C, March 30, 1S70. Jonat
Fotheringill writes: Some two months
ago my son lost his voice. None of the
physicians could do him any good. Two
hours after taking the second dose of Fel
lows' Hypophospliites his power of speak
ing was positively restored.
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curing tne most inveterate case 01 skin
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Price 25 cents a box, five boxes 1. Oint
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price. Address letters, Dr. Swayne tfc Son,
350 North Sixth street, Philadelphia.
Sold by all leading druggists. (2)
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ters. It allayed all that burning thirst;
took away the appetite for liquor; made
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have been cured of drinking by it." From
a leading R. R. Official, Chicago, Ills.
"More food and less medicine, more of
nourishment and strength, less of the debil
itating influence of drugs is what our feeble
and exhausted constitutions require," said
Baron Liebig, when he perfected the com
position of the ".Malt Bitters."
The Voltaic Belt Co,, Marshall,
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tnai. rpeeuy cureB sruaranteeo. iney
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Mrs. Winslow's Soothino Syrup Rev.
Sylvanus Cobb thus writes in the Boston
Christian Freeman : We would by no
means recommend any kind of medicine
which we did not know to be good par
ticularly tor infants. But of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup we speak from
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the parents unbroken rest at night. Most
parents can appreciate these blessings.
Here is an article which works to perfection,
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the little cherub awakeB as "bright as a
button." And during the process of teeth
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the child till it had finished with the teeth
ing siege, on any consideration whatever.
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ADVISORY ROARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
TIIOH. W. JIALLIDAT, Cashier City Satlonsl
FRANK L.OALIODEH, Cairo City mills..
J. M. I'llILLll'H, I'resldent Ualllday dil'hllllpi
I'At'LO. SCI1UJJ. Wholesale and retail dnig
Klst. WILLIAM STRATTON, . of Ktratton A Bird
WALTON W. WRIGHT, of O. I). Williamson.
Si, Co., lloat Htorvs and Commission merchants
FRANK HOWE, of C. M. Howe A Bros., pro
visions and produce,
ERNEST II, I'ETTIT, Grocerls, queeniwaro
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
the above Board or to
111. A. BU1WETT, Agent. '
Ojrner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
TV. N. CRAINE, Oenernl Maimcer for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and tho
Territories, lmiJjDettrhorn Street, Uiieajo.
of the United States.
Eleven years its average an
larger than that of any other
in a great measure, to its well-
of technicalities where an
and to counteract the perni
has mid since its organ
1880, 51,882,736, and
SIMPSON H . TABKR, of Taber Bros., manu
laettirlniijewflers. WILLIAM D. LIFPET, Assistant poitmaster.
W. E. GOIILSON, Dry (toods, fancy cood and
Tnos 8. TARR, General merchandise and
JACOB BI.'RGER, of Burger Bros, dry aood
JOHN SPHOAT, Proprietor "Sproat"! Refrig
GEO R.JLENTZ, Superintendent Cairo Cltr
HEKBERT MACKIE, of A. Macklo it Co.'