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National Democratic Ticket.
TVIXFIELD SCOTT HASCOCK.
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH.
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS.
For Sccretaayof State,
JOUN H. OBERLY,
of Alexander County.
ef St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
For Congress, 1Mb district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator of the With district,
WM. A. LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
D. T. LINEGAR,
of Alexander county.
U. R. BUCKINGHAM,
of Union county.
"Tut right of Trial by Jury, the llahea Corpus,
the Liberty of the Pre.., the Freedom of Speech,
the National Right of Person aud the Right, of
Property mu.t be preserved - Extract from Gen.
Hancock", letter upon taking charge of tho Louie
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
eelf a. a candidate at the ensuing November
election, for the office of County Attornty for the
county of Alexander. Illinoi.. ANOl'M Lhhh.
CIRCUIT CLERK. We are Hiitnomeu 10 a i
Bounce that ALEX. II. 1RV1N will be acandl
date at tho ensuing November electiou for the
office of circuit clerk in Alexander county.
FUR SHERIFF We rc authorized to annonuco
that Mr. JOHN HODGES v. Ill lie a candidate
for re-election to the olflce of Sheriff, or Alexandra
county, at the next November election, eubject
only to the vole of tho people at the poll.
Hancock nnd English campaign club, and
other organization whic
cu support thu Democratic
candidate., are requested tu send to W, II, Itanium,
chairman nutlonal Democratic committee, US fifth
aveuue, New York.
1st. The name and location of their orgunlr.a
tion. ltd. A atatement of tho number of member, en
rolled. Xd . The name of officer..
4th. Account of meeting held.
5th. Report, every week during tho campaign,
of the number and Increase of membership, with
'the condition aud prospect of the canvas.,
DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETINGS
Will be held at tho following times
and places :
Jonesboro,Unlon county, Saturday Aug'
Murphysboro, Monday, September 15th
Chester, Randolph county, Tuesday,
DuQuoin, Friday, September 3d.
, Marion, Williamson county, Saturday
'; . Pulski a,Pulaski county, Saturday, Sep
Hon. Wm. Ilirtzell, DemocriUic candidate
for Congress; Hon. M. C. Crawford, Dis
trict Elector; Hon. W. J. Allen, Elector for
the Stato at Large; Hon. Jno. II. Oberly,
Candidato for Secretary of State; Gen.
Charles J. Block, and other distluguiehed
speakers 'will attend the Mass Meetings
and address the Teoplc. The speakers
who will certainly speak at each meeting
will bo named in small hand bills several
days before the meetings.
Wm. II. Green.
Chairman of Democratic Congressional
R. Friganza, Secretary.
TnE time has come to enjoy the sub
stantial benefit of reconcilation. As one
people, we have common interests. Let us
encourage harmony and a generous rivalry.
Hancock's letter of reception.
A sedulous and scrupulous care oi the
public credit, together with a wise and
economical management of iur govern
ment expenditures should be maintained,
in order that labor may be lightly burdened
and that all persons may be protected in
their rights to the fruits of their own in
dustry. Hancock's letter of acceptance.
Daniel F. Eeatty of "Washington, New
Jersey, writes the New York Sun that
there are twenty-five Republicans and sev
eral Grcenbackers in his piano and organ
works, who will vote for Hancock and
English. "That establishment discourses
most excellent music and the tune is a
Good news comes Irom Colorado. Hon.
John F. Humphreys, Mayor of Leadville,
Col., writes to a friend at Jefferson City,
Mo. : "I thinK you can count on Colorado
sure lor Hancock aud English by a ma
jority of 2,500. I changed the vote here
from 1,200 to TOO majority for our ticket,
and we are better organized now than at
that time the state went 2,800 Republi
can, because the large increase of popula
tion in this state is mostly from Southern
and Democratic states.
A good many Republican organs are de
nouncing Wm. II. English because, they
say, he has been foreclosing mortgages. If
it be a crime to foreclose a mortgage, are
not some of the Republican judges who
signed Mr. English's decrees of foreclosure
equal criminals with English? In short,
is it a crime in this country for a man by
industry, frugality and attention to busi
ness to make money? The trouble with
the stalwarts is that English has commenc
ed suit to foreclose a mortgage on the Re
publican party, and the decree will be en
tered on the 2d day of November.
George William Curtis in Harper's
Weekly said this about Garfield:
"The action of the house of represents
tives on Poland's report, in substituting a
vote of censure and condemnation for the
resolution expelling Ames and Brooks,
and passing over the other iuculpated
members without notice, fell far short of
the just expectations of the country. It
was a clear case of moral cowardice, an
unmanly shrinking of responsibility. The
house has virtually declared that a mem
ber may offer or accept a bribe, and yet
not bo disqualified from returning his seat
in conercss. 'Absolute condemnation'
must be the verdict of the country on
such a lamentable exhibition of moral
TnE Chicago News, a rantankerous Re
publican sheet, will not shut up about Gar
field, but snys :
The Republicans cannot be so lost to the
requirements of decency and the dictatesof
honor as to accept, as true, without investi
gation, the mere denials of the charges of
infamous conduct made against Garfield as
a congressman. , These charges, it should be
remembered, have been the subject of con
gressional investigation, proved well
founded, and the result published. To say
they are untrue is to say that facts arc lies.
To vote for a man so implicated in the
vilest corruption is to endorso in a public
Bcrvaut acts which in business life would
send tho perpetrator to prison. A vote for
Garfield means an approval ot his work as
one of tho Credit Mobilier ring, as a salary
grabber, and a bribe-tuker
Edihon is coming to the front Again with
his electric light. The New Yotk Times
states that for the last two months canvass
ers, under his direction, have been engaged
in that city with a view to find out how
many will subktituto electric light for gits
if tho opportunity is offered them, and how
many will consent to try electrical motors
of various kinds for business purposes.
Edison said the other day that, with all the
different sized motors for vurious kinds of
work which he whs prepared to supply, he
could afford with tho guarantees which had
been given him by business men to intro
duce tho electric light without cost to those
using it, if necessary, in order to compete
with gua. Ho hud obtained subscribers
enough, he suld, who would use electrical
cngiues (or motors) during tho day for busi
ness or manufacturing purposes in place of
the steam and other motor agents now' gen-
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A GIFT DECLINED.
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gift by tho St. Louis board August 24,
1880, by tho decisive vote of seventeen to
seven. Thus emphatically were these
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COULDN'T BE RETIRED.
Winfield Scott Hancock will be the next
president of the United States. It is writ
ten in the book of fate, and thcro will be
no electoral tribunal to revise tho returns.
Hancock was born both haudsomo and
lucky. He is a man ot destiny. "Why,
just look at the record. In 1803 Garfield
brought a bill into Congress to drop the
junior major general. That was Hancock.
It passed both houses of con
gress and was' signed by tho presi
dent. But before it could be carried
into effect George II. Thomas, the senior
major general, died, and Hancock, going
up one grade, was no longer the junior
major general, and so the law could not
reach him. Then the Republicans, still led
by Garfield, passed an act rcduci ng the
major generals to three. This was signed
by the president, but before it could be
carried into effect Meade died, and the
major generate were then reduced to
three by God Almighty. Finally a
law was passed authorizing the presi
dent to drop one of the major generals.
Before it could be carried out and Han
cock be dropped, Halleck died, and Han
cock becoming the senior major general he
could not be dropped. The man who sur
vived all these attempts to retire him can
not be retired. The nan who led them
Garfield will, as a f tting consummation
of his act, fall a victim to his intended vic
tim. Hancock will be elected president.
Garfield will be retired at least from the
an editor's escape. Office of tie "In
dustrial Era," Albia, Iowa, May 20,
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with only partial and temporary relief:
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G. W. Stamm.
I hereby certify that I have been a prac
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for many'chronic cases in my practice do
recommend Warner's Sufe Kidney and
Liver Cure. It was upon my advice that
G. W. Starnm, the editor obtained this val
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State of Illinoi. Alexmidi-r Cnnnty ...
In tho circuit court of Alexander couuty, .Sep
tember term, 1SW),
City National Umikof Cairo v. Carollno E.Mor
rl. in her own right, and a. executrix of Wm. U.
Morrl., decea.ed: Carrie W. Morrl.. Frederick 8,
Morris. Charle. II. Morrl. and Marguerite E. Mor
rl. Hill to foreclo.o mortgaire,
Notice I. hereby given of tho pendency of tho
r.hove.nit, and th'at tho time and place of thereturn
of.ummon. in thecal l. on thefiritday of the next
term of cald court, to be holdun at tho court bonne
in the C'ltv of Cairo in .alii County, on th third
Monday of Si'ptembernext. JOHN A. REEVE
Clerk of ald Court.
Cairo. 111... August 1'ih.lWti.
Green & Gilbert" Solicitor. forComplainnnt.
Htnto of Illinoi., Alexander 'oinity-...
In the Circuit Court of Alexander Couuty, Sep
tetiilier tennis). k
Peter Connid v. Mntthew J. Ryan Uebt In
attachment. Demand 35.
The above named defvudant i hereby notified of
the pendancy of the above attachment, at the .tilt
of Peter Conrad, against tho e.iute of Matthew J .
Ryan, for the sum of -.',i:ii.:i5. and before the above
named cottrtnow pending; and that unle.. fnld de
fendant .hall appear, give ball and plead wlth'u tlie
time limited for ui. appearance In uch cam, to
wit: on or before thu third duy of the September
terra of .aid court, to beholden at tho court houce
in .aid county on the the third Monday of Septem
ber, INmi, Judgment will be entered, and the estate
to attached will be .old.
JOHN A. REVEE,
Clerk of .aid Court.
Cairo, 111.. August OMh.lStO.
Green & Gilbert, Att)..
Ktnta nf Illinoi.. Alexander Couutv .
In the Circuit Court of Alexander County, Sep
tember term. 1 '.
Tho Cltv National Bunkof Cairo v.. MatthewJ.
Ryan Ile'bt-Iu attachment. Demand Jfi34 11,
The above named defendant i. hereby uotilled of
the prndancvof the above attachment, at the .ult
of the City National Hank of Cairo au-aln.t the e.
tate ef Matthew J. Rvan for the um of f'i'M.ll, and
before the above named court now pending: nnd
that nnle.. cald defendant .hall appear, give bail
and plead within tho time limited for his appear
ance In uch ca.e, to wit: on or before the third
day o' the September term of faid court, to be
holdenattho court house in .aid county on the
third Monday of September 1M, judgment will be
entered, and the e.tate o attached will be .old.
JOHN A. REEVE,
Clerk of (aid Court.
Cairo. Hi... August 20th, lJ.
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