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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST 28, 1830.
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National Democratic Ticket.
TOFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. TARSONS.
of Clay County.
For Secretary of State,
JOHN 11. OBERLY,
, of Alexander County.
ef St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
For Congress, 1Mb d:strict,
of Randolph County.
For Senator of the With district,
WM. A. LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
I). T. LISEGAR,
of Alexander county.
of Union county.
'Tub 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
Property must be preserved - Extract from Gen.
Hancock's letter upon taking clurge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
self as a candidate at the tnsuinit November
election, for the office of County Attormy for the
county of Alexander. Illinois. ANGIS LhfcK.
(MKCTIT I LEKK -W are authorized to an
' Lounce that ALEX. II 1KVIN will be aranili
date at the ensuiri November election for the
office of circuit clerk in Alexander county.
VOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce
-C that Mr. JOHN UObUEH will be a candidate
for re-election to the office of Sheriff, of Alexandre
county, at the next November election, subject
only to the vote of the people at the polls.
All Hancock nd English campaign clubs and
tber organizations which support the 'Democratic
candidates, are requested to send to W. Ilyilaninm,
chairman national Democratic committee, 1 it Fifth
sveuue, New York.
1st. The name and location of their organiza
tion. 21. A statemeut of the number of members en
rolled. 84. The names of officers.
4th. Accounts of meetings held.
5th. Report, every week during the campaign,
of the number and Increase of membership, with
the condition and prospects of the canvass.
DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETINGS
Will be held at the following times
JoDtsboro,Vcion county, Saturday Aug
Murjihysboro, Monday, September 15th.
- Chester, Randolph county, Tuesday,
DuQuoin, Friduy, September 3d1
. Marion, "Williamson county, Saturday
PuUki a,Pulaki county, Saturday,! Sep
lien. Win. Ihrt.-.ell, Democratic candidate
for Congress; lion. M. C. Crawford, Dis
trict Elector; Hon. W. J. Allen, -Elector for
the State at Large; Hon. Jno. II. Oberly,
Candidate for Secretary of State; Gen.
Charles J. Black, and other distinguished
speakers will attend the Mass "Meetings
and address the Teoplo. The speakers
who will certainly speak at ench meeting
will bo named in small hand bills several
days before the meetings.
Wai. H. Green.
Chairman of Democratic Congressional
It. Friganza, Secretary.
The Republican orators and organs are
charging new fraud on Hayes in the south
ern census. For isn't President Hayes re
sponsible for tho census supervisors he ap
appointed down there. They were- rec
ommended by Republican congressmen,
and while the enumerators were not all
Republicans a very large majority were
members of that rarty. If there be fraud
in the census returns from that section it
must have been accomplished by a union
of action and a universal understanding
among all these Republican enumerators.
The habit of slandering the south is so
fixed on stalwait Republicans that they for
got when they raised the cry of fraud
about the southern census they were mak
ing a charge of crime directly on the lie
A GIFT DECLINED.
Appleton's Readers were declined as a
gift by the St. Louis board August 24.
1SS0, by the decisive vote ot seventeen to
seven. Thus emphatically were these
books refused as a gift in the home of their
SYRACUSE REPUBLICANS RAISING
A HANCOCK POLE.
New York Sun, August ltlih, 10,
Syracuse Aug. lGth.
A' Hancock and English pole, 150 feet
high, was raised in the Eighth ward in
this city to-night by Republicans who have
come out for Hancock and English.
Fifty-one Republicans in the ward have
signed the roll forming a Republican Han
cock and English club.
Alabama, how do you vote on the "mon
Seventy-rive thousand majority against
How do you do vote on the Credit-Mobil-ier
Seventy-five thousand majority agaiuet
How do you vote on the salary grab!
Seventy-five thousand majority against
How do you vote on the DeGolyer rav
Seventy-five thousand majority against
that rascallj transaction.
Is this treason?
GEN. HANCOCK AT HOME.
New York Herald.
Gin. Hancock is seen at his best at his
home, for there he throws aside the worri
ment of his official cares and responsibili
There's but the twinkling of a star
Between a man of peace and war.
No one is more thoroughly domestic in
his habits. He has always preferred the
quiet of his own home to the glittering
splendors of fashionable life. Of children
he is passionately fond. Rising at C o'clock,
which is his uniform habit, he takes a bath
first and then has a wild romp with his
three crandchildren, at present with Russell
Hancock, their father, and their mother,
stopping with him. "When he lost his only
daughter a few years ago, a most beautiful
and accomplished young lady of eighteen,
it took him a long time to recover from the
blow, and his wife has not yet laid aside
her somber habiliments commemorative of
the sad event. Directly after breakfast and
glancing over the papers and personal mail,
the general goes to his oflice,
where, as already stated, he spends
the most of the day. Till dinner he occu
pies himself in talking with his family and
entertaining visitors. He eats sparingly, to
which may doubtless be mainly ascribed
his perfect health. After dinner he smokes
sometimes a jilpc and sometimes a cigar,
and this is the sum total of his day's smok
ing; so as will be seen, he is no great slave
to the seductive weed. His spare time in
the evening he usually devotes to reading.
He has a well furnished library, and shows
a preference for historical and statistical
works, lie goes to bed early, at 10 o'clock
generally, and is a sound sleeper that
precious boon of a clear conscience and
and good digestion. His residence, the
largest and finest on the island, and thus
notably distinguished from the olliers, is a
model of cozy cmnfort both outside and in
side. Wide porches in the front and rear,
with creeping vines and beautiful flowers
scattered about, show discriminating taste,
while the pictures and works of ait and
well-lined bok-cases to be seen in tho inte
rior, cvinct! the broad culture of tho miuter
As already stated, Gen, Hancock does
not go into t'.cLty much. Of ttoursu he.
Visits a good dci.l among tho officers of
the post, and a very pleasant society it is,
composed mainly ot tho members of his
staff oud their families. On Sundays he
generally comes to the city in tho morning
to attend Dr. Bellows' church, where lie
and Mrs. Hancock havo a pew. In tho
summer he rarely frequents watering places,
having somehow, notwithstanding his emi
nent sociabitity, a dislike for this kind of
life. He is par excellence a domestic man,
and his accomplished wife, although lie
fore their marriage one of the reigning
belles of St. Louis, has the same domestic
tastes. He seldom travels except on ofli
cial business, and since his nomination lies
politely, though firmly declined invitations
to visit our leading places of fashionable
resort, or to goon trips through the coun
try, he being strongly adverse to any
thing which would look like
making a show of himself. Once
in a while lu jand his family take a little
sail down the bay on a steam launch the
rinatore kept at the island exclusively
lor his use, and this, with the quiet repose
of his cool, double-porched and vino em
bosomed residence, the society of his family
and books, his official duties and at tho
present time entertaining an unwonted
rush of visitors one of the pains and pen
alties of being a presidential candidate
make up the 6um total of his daily life.
The fact has been frequently noted that no
newspaper representative has been able to
"interview" him. It is not that he dot s not
have well settled opinions on all tho lead
ing political questions of the day. Few
men are firmer in their convictions, few
better read or better posted, few able to
give their ideas more terse expression. He
does not paraphrase. He calls a spade a
spade. One of his strongest mental char
acteristics is his firmness a bull dog
tenacity of purpose. The day he was nom
inated he said he would not be "inter
viewed," and he has not been and will
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state of Illinois Alexander Comity is.
In the circuit court of Alexuuder county, Sep
tember term. Ism),
City National Hmikol Cairo vs. Curollne I. Mor
ris In her own right, and as executrix of Wm. II,
Morris, deceased: t'anio V. Morris, Fredericks.
Morris, Charles II. Morris and Marguerite E. Mor
ris. Hill to foreclose mortguiw.
Notice Is hereby given of tho pendency of tho
above suit, and thai the time and place of tberetnrn
of summons In the case is on the first day ol the next
term ol said court, to he lioldeuiit the court houso
In the City of Cairo In said Countv. on the third
Monilayof rSi ptemlnruext. JOilN A.hEEVE
Clerk of said Court,
Cairo, Ills., August Kth.1Hi.
C, rein it Gilbert. Solicitors for Complainant,
State of Illinois, Alexander 'oiintv-s.
In the Circuit Court of Alexander County, Sep
tember term lv).
Peter Conni'l v Mittthew J. Hyan Debt In
attachment, lieimmd $'.'.!i:!.:)V
The iilluve named defendant is hereby untitled of
the pendancy of the above attachment, at the suit
of l'eter Conrad, iigsinsi tho estate of Matthew J
Ityiiu. for the sum of t.MCS.H.'i. and before I lie above
binned court now n'iidiiig; nudthnt unless siild tie-fi-iitliiti
t shall appear, give hail and plead wtth'u the
time limited for his appearance jn such cue, to
wit: on or belore the third day of the September
term of said court, to be holdi n at the court house
In sitld county on the the third Monday ol Septem
ber, lSMjiidi'iiiciit will be entered, and the estate
so attached ill be sold.
JOHN A. REEVE.
Clerk of said Court.
; Cairn, 111.. AnguirMh, lssti.
Cireeu Gilbert, Attvs.
State of Illinois. Alexander County ss
In the Circ uit Court of Alexander County, .Sep
tember term. ls .
The City National Punk of Cairo vs. Matthew J.
Ryan Debt In attachment. Demand f'W4 11
The above named defendant is hereby notified of
the pendancy t the above attachment, at the suit
of the t'itv Natloinil Hank or Cairo au'list the es
tate of Matthew J. livun for the sum of J'tll.ll.and
before the above named court uow pending: and
that unless said defendant shall appear, give ball
aud plead within the time limited lor his appear
ance in snob case, to wit: on or before tho third
ilnv o' the September term of said court, to lie
holden at the court house in said county on the
third Monday of September ISni. Judgment will be
entered, and the estate so attached wi'.l be sold.
JOHN A. REEVE,
clerk of said Co.:rt.
Cairo. Ills'.. AnguH antli, ieo.
Green Gilbert. Attys.
DMINISTRATOIt S SALE OF REAL E.-I-A
I'ublic notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a
Judgment and order of the county court of Alexan
der county, Illinois, made aud entered at the .lure
term thereof, A. D. ls-o. In a cause wherein Elia
J. Twente. administratrix of the est ate of Alexander
Twente. deceased, was plaintiff, and Ida C. Twente,
Amos A. Twente. Asa D. Twente, Artnr II. Tweite.
Ezra J. Twente, Jobs If. Clark. Franklin Ilitt and
William Tolbert. were defendants, for the sale of
real estate to pB.v the debts of the said Alexander
Twente, deceased, I, the undersigLed. adminis
tratrix as aforesaid, will on Wednesday,
the '."Mb day of September, lsMi, at eleven
o'clock a. m., ot the front door of the conrt
house in Cairo In said Alexander count, pro
ceed to sell at public sale, to the highest bidder
the following described real estate, free and clear
of the dower of the undersigned as widow oilhe
said deceased. namely:
The undivided five-sixths. (5-f.i of the southeast
quarter, of the northwest quarter, and of the south
west quarter of the northwest quarter, of section
tweutv-Bve 0251 in township fifteen, south range
No. three (3l west of the third principal meridian
In said Alexander conntr, for the purpose of pay
ine the debt of said estate.
The terms of sale are. one-half cash down, and
the balance in one year with note, aud also mort
gage on the real estate sold to secure the d'fvrreii
payment: said note to bear interest a' the rate ef
lix'percent. ELIZA J. TWENTE.
Cairo. 111., Aug. 30. ISO.
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ADVISORY HOARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
TIIOS. V. I1ALLIIMY, Cashier City National
FKANK L. OALKaiEK, Cairo City mills.
J. M PHILLIPS, President Ilallldiiy & Phillips
PAl'Lti. KCUL'II. Wholesale) and retail dn:2
sjift. WILLIAM STRATTON, of Strat'on & Bird
WALTON W. WlildIT, of O. I). Williamson,
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FKANK HOWE, off:, M. Howe A Bros., pro
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ERNEST B. PETTIT, Groceries, queenewaro
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
the above Hoard or to
E. A.. BUENETT, .Agent.
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W. N. CRAINE, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, NehrMKa, and the
Territories, lt8JDearuorn Street, Chicago.
of the United States.
in a great measure, to its well-
of technicalities where an
and to counteract the perni
policy, adhered to by many
has mid since its organ
180. .$5l.8ft2.736. aiid
WILLIAM D. LII'I'ET, Assistant postmaster.
WnoEtions)I1LS0N'I)ry K00d''faucy ROods and
TAKW, General merchandise and
JACOB Bt'RGER, of Bnrgcr Bros, dry goodit
JOHN SPltOAT, Froprlelor "Sproat'i IlefrlR
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I1KHBERT MACKIE, of A. Mncklo 4 Co.'B
C airo mills.