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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOBNINti AUGUST 29, 1880.
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National Democratic Ticket.
TVIXFIELD SCOTT HASC0CK.
WILLIAM n. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS,
of Clay County.
For Secretaoy of State,
JOHN H. OBERLY,
of Alexander County.
of St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
of Peoria. '
For Congress, 1Mb district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator of the 50th district,
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D. T. LISEGAR,
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"Tbk right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
lb Liberty of the Press, the Frcidom of Speech,
tbe National Rights of Persons and the Rights of
Property must be preserved -Extract from Gen.
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COUNTY ATTORNEY. 1 hereby announce my
Mlf a. a candidate at the ernmlug November
lection, for the office of County Attornty for the
eon lily of Alexander, Illinois. ANGUS LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLERK -Wo are authorized to an
nounce that ALEX. 11 1KVIN will be acan.il
date at the ensulns November election fur the
See of circuit clerk In Alexander county.
"FOR SHERIFF Wo aro authorized to announce
thatMr. JOHWHOWlKS will be a candidate
for re-election to the office of Sheriff, of Alexandre
county, at tbo next November election, subject
only to the vote of the people at the polls.
All Ilancock and English campaign clubs and
other organizations which support the Democratic
candidates, are refinnsivd to suud to W. II, Itarnnm,
chairman national Democratic committee, Ui Filth
venue. New York.
1st. The name and location of tbclr organiza
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ad. Tbe names or officers.
4th. Accounts of meetings held.
5th. Report, every werk during the campaign,
of Ui number and Increase of membership, with
4ba condition aud prospects of the canvass.
DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETINGS
Will be held at the following times
: , and placet i
. Horphyiboro, Monday, September 15th
Chester, Randolph county, Tuesday,
DuQuoin, Friday, September 3d'
, Marlon, WilliumBoa county, Saturday
' Pulski ,PulMkl county, Saturday,! Sep
Hon. Wra. Ilartzell, Democratic candidate
forContrrcssiHon. M. C. Crawford, Dis
trict Elector; Hon. W.J. Allen, Elector for
tho State at Large; Hon, Jno. II. Oberly
Candidate for Secretary of State; Gen
Charles J. Black, aud other distinguished
speaker will attend tho Mass Meetings
and address the People. Tho speakers
who will certainly speak at each meeting
will be named in small hand bills several
days before the meetings.
Win. II. Green.
Chairman of Democratic Congressional
R. Friganza, Secretary.
It is rumored nay, openly, boldly an
nouncedthat tho valiant Conkling has
a case of bottled lightning to turn loose.
Now, if this country is a respectable, well
conducted country it will tremble, grow
pale and shudder in anticipation of the
A state temperance convention has been
called to meet at Portland, Me, on the first
of September. The temperance candidate
for Governor has withdrawn, which is
favorable to the fusionists, ns Gen. Plais-
ted will get many of the votes which would
otherwise have been cust for the temper
Because General Sherman will not play
the blackguard and abuse General Hancock
the radical papers are denouncing him as a
rebel In disguise. The New York Tribune,
which has'given itselt wholly to the work of
"lying like a dog,'' and the Cincinnati Ga
zette lead 02T in this traduction of the
general of the army.
Grant is out in Colorado hunting, fish
ing, and gathering wild flowers. The si
lent man is exceedingly silent just now, and
the mention ot his name doesn't create a
ripple ot excitement in political circles.
No doubt he finds time' for some bitter re
flection, and it 19 very likely that after No
vember next he will have sufficient cause to
indulge still more in this description of
According to .Republican campaign
sheets, the Hon. William II. English is a
perfect fiend incarnate. He is the robber
of widows and orphans, the oppressor of
the poor workingman, the "whited sepul
chre," the bloated, hard-hearted, unfeeling
bondholder, and the general representative
of all that is mean, low and dispicablc.
Pye-and-bye they" have it that ho is the
murderer of old Benjamin Nathan, the
man who set fire to St. Petersburg, and the
identical individual who slew Cook Robin
in cold blood.
Henry Wakd Beeciier talked of tho
Credit Mobiherites in 1873, as follows:
'No considerations ot personal friendship
and no fear of Inflicting pain should deter
us from rebuking those who, forgetful alike
of their oaths andjtheir honor, use the power
conferred upon them by the suffrages of the
people to fill their own pockets, and when
detected, seek to defend themselves by pre
varication and falsehood."
Any honest man will agree with Mr.
Beecher that "no tear of inflicting pain
should deter us from rebuking those who
are forgetful alike of their oaths and their
Mrs. Laura DeForce appeared in a
murder case in San Francisco, ten days
ago. She was attired in a black silk dress,
with a rose fastened at her throat, and 6hc
carried a well thumbed volume of legal
lore. She opened the pleadings for the
defense, and disclosed that there was a
a woman in the case. Although she was
the first of her sex to address a jury in that
state, she had no tears of the ordeal, but
was confident that her success would bo a
refutation of the popular belief that a
woman is out of place at the bar. She
considers tho law a very agreeable and
A newsdealer, who was employed as a
census enumerator in New York, has been
held in three thousrnd dollars bail to await
the action ot tho grand jury for making
false returns. At a notorious house in
Greene street he registered, among other
names, Harriet Beecher, Fanny Davenport,
Maud Granger, James A. Garfield, door
keeper; Chester A. Arther, money collector;
Edward Cooper, glus maker; James B.
Blaine, stock broker; Samuel J. Tilden,
money broker; and Frederick Grant, lager
beer saloon keeper. He has lived in tho
ward three years, knows the character of
the houses and deals in news, yet he be
lieved (so he says) that it was his duty to
take any name that was given him, even if
ho thought it fictitious. Of course he will
be dealt with to tho extent of the
A MAN KILLED AT A OARK1ELD MEETING AT
FOUNTAIN OHEEN, HANCOCK COUNTY.
Pike County Democrat.
A Republican meeting at Fountain
Green, Hancock county, last Friday, was
the scene of the killing of a man named Al
v!n Salsbury. Major McClaugrey, warden
of the penitentiary, was announced to Speak
for Garfield and Arthur, and a large crowd
assembled. Before tho meeting opened a
difficulty occurred between a man naraea
Thomas Duff, a Republican, and Mr. Sals
bury, tho victim, who was formerly a
Greenbackcr. Duff it is said was the ag
gressor and followed Salsbury up and with
a knife inflicted a fatal wound. Duff was
arrested and was put under $1,000 bonds
for his appearance at court. On Saturday
Salsbury died. It has not been ascertained
whether Duff was again arrested or not.
MURDER AT GRAND TOWER.
Bartou'a Free I'res.
Abram Ridgway is a colored man, the
head of a family living at Grand Tower.
A member of his family was Alice, a step
daughter ot marriagablc age. Alice for
some time past had been receiving the at
tentions of, and was engaged to, Lee Craig
a young colored man who resided in Car
bondale. Ridgway did not like Craig, and
torbade his step-daughter the privileges of
his company. But the girl would not give
up her lover. On Monday last she c..me to
this place, where she and Craig were mar
ried. The young people then went
to Grand Tower where Ridgway re
ceived them kindly and invited them
to bis house. They went with Ridgway,
happily believing that the storm was over
and that naught but happiness was in store
lor them. With this belief the young
people retired to their nuptial couch.
After a while the young wife was called
from her bed by her step-father, who as
saulted her with a knife. She received one
or two stabs and fled from the house, the
infuriated demon pursuing. Overtaking
her he again and again plunged the knife
into her body. In the meantime Craig
interferred, trying to save his wife. Being
unarmed, he could do but little, and
it was not until the fatal blows had
been given that he attracted attention from
the girl to himself. The girl died
within thirty minutes ot the attack. The
murderer fled to the woods immediately
after committing the crime. Large parties
turned out in pursuit of him, but he eluded
them. On the following evening he came
to the house of a friend, requesting the lat
ter to go down town learn the state of pub
lic feeling and procure some tobacco. The
friend did as requested, and at the same
time informed the officers, and an arrest
was made. The prisoner was taken to jail
on Wednesday. It is a wonder that he was
not lynched, as the colored people of Grand
Tower were highly incensed at the murder.
It is said that he had openly threatened to
kill the girl in the event she married
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Statu of Illinois Alexnniler C'oiltitv-SH.
in the circuit court Of Alexander county, Sep
tember term. IHpO.
City National Hunk of Cairo vs. Carolino E.Mor
ris in her own rl;!it, and as cxecnirlx of Wm. II.
Morris, deceased: Carrie W. Morris, Fredericks,
ii orrlc Charles II. Morris and Marguerite E. Mor
ris. Hill to foreclose mortgage.
Notice is hcrvhv given of the pendency of the
above suit, and that the time aud place of the return
of summons lu tlmcase is on tbo first day ol the next
term of said court, to bo lmldenat the court bouse
lu the Citv of Cairo In said County, on tho third
Monday of Scj.tciuberutxt. JOHN A. HE EVE
Clerk of said Court.
Cairo, Ills.. August P th.lfSl.
Green it Gilbert, Solicitors for Complainant.
Stute of Illinois, Alexander 'o'inty-ss.
In tho Circuit Court of Alexander County, Sep
tomhrr trm lt0.
Peter Courad vs Matthew J. Ryan Debt In
attachment. Demand Ji.!Ov:)V
Tbe above named defendant is hereby notified of
the penduncr of the above attachment, at the suit
of Peter Conrad, against tho estate of Matthew J .
Hyan, for the sum of t.'.litt.&S. unci before the above
named court now pending; and that unless said de
fendant 1-hnil appear, give hail and plead wlth'u tbe
time limited lor lils appearance In such case, to
wit: on or before the third day of tho Septemher
term of mid court, tobeholdenat the court Louse
in said county on the the t! ird Monday of Septem
ber. lrc-.i.Jndirmcnt will be filtered, uud the estate
so at:arhed will be sold.
JOHN A. REEVE.
Clerk of said Court.
Z Cairo, 111.. Angusti th, lfH).
Green A Gilbert, Atts.
t-tate of Illinois. Alexander County ts
In the Circuit Court of Alexander Cor.nty, Sep
tember term. 3! '.
The City National Bank of Cairo vs. MatthewJ.
Ryan Debt In attachment. Demand f ".'I 11
The above earned defendant is hereby notiiied of
the pendaucv of ihe above attachment at the suit
of tbe Citv National Hank ol t airo against tho es
tate of Matthew J. Ryan for the mm of f'.ll.and
before the above named court now pending; and
that ncies said defendant sha'.l appear, give hail
and piead within the time limited for hi appear
ance in such case, to-wit: on or before tbe third
dav oi the September term of said court, to be
hoidec at the court house in said county on the
third Monday of September 1. judgment will be
entered, and the estate to attached wid be sold.
JOHN A. REEVE.
CUrk of said Court
Cairo. Ills.. Asjrcst 26tb. 1mm.
Green 4 Gilbert. Altys.
DMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ES
Tublic notice if hereby given that by virtue of a
judgment ard order of the county co-irt of Alexan
der county. Illinois, made and entered at the June
term thereof. A. D. 1m. in a cause wherein Eiia
J. Tnente. administratrix of the estate of Alexander
Twente. deceased, was plaintiff. and Ida C.Twente,
Amos A . Twente. Asa I). Twente. Art :r H . Twente.
Em i. Twente. John H. Clark. Franklin Ilitt and
William Tolbert. were defendants, for the sale of
real estate to pay the debts of the said Alexander
Twente, deceased. I. the undersigned, sdinims
tratnx as aforesaid, will on Wednesday,
the 2'tb day of September. IK at eleven
o'clock a. m., at the front door of the court
house in Cairo iu said Alexander cotii ty. pro
ceed to sell at public saie. to tbe highest Wader
the following described real estate, free and clear
ofthe dower of the undersigned as widow ofthe
iaid deceased, namelv :
The undivided five-sixths (St of the southeast
quarter, ofthe northwest quarter, and of the south
west qnarter of the northwest quarter, of section
tweutv-tve i2M in township fifteen, south range
No. three (3i west of the third principal meridian
in said Alexander county, for the purpose of pay
ing the debts of said estate.
The terms of sale are. one-half fash dowTi. and
the balance in one year with note, and also mort
gage on the real estate sola to secure the deferred
payment: said note to bear interest at the rate of
six'percent. ELIZA J. TWENTE.
Cairo. 111.. Aug. 30,1mA
JRUSTEE S SALE.
Whereas. F. Marion Lawrence or.d Eveline Law
rence his wife. did. bv their deed of trust bearing
(laleJnneSt. A. D. lTi'. ana record, d in the re
corder's office of Alexander conntr. Illinois. Julvl.
A. D. 179 in Book "0" of Trust Deeds. on page Ml.
convey to the nadeMgned trustee, the following
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of Illinois, to-wit: The southeast quarter of the
northwest quarter, and the northeast mrter of tbe
southwest quarter, ail of sccfon thlrty-fanr CM i.
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above described real estate 1o pay and satisfy the
amount of principal and Interest due npon said
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