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National Democratic Ticket.
WIXFIELD SCOTT HAXCOCK.
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cools County.
LKW1S B. TARSON8.
For Sccretaay of Btalc,
JOUN II. OBERLY,
of Alexander County.
of St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
For Congress, 1Mb district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator of the Mth district,
of Jackson county.
D. T. LIN'EGAR,
of Alexander county.
of Union county.
"Tub right of Trial by Jury, the IJaneas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Tress, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Rights of Persons and the Rights or
Property must be preserved -Extract from Gen.
Hancock's letter upon taking chargo of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby snnouuee my
self as a candidate at the ending November
lection, lor the office of County Attorniy for the
county of Alexander, Illinois. ANGIB LEEK.
P1RCU1T CLERK. -We are authorized to an
V Bounce that ALEX. U. IKV1N will be acundi
date tt the ensuing November election for the
office of circuit clerk In Alexauder county,
FOR SHERIFF We ro authorized to announce
that Mr. JOHN HODGES will be a candidate
fur re-election to the office of Sheriff, of Alexandre
coontjr. at the nut November election, subject
only to the vote of the people at the polls.
All Hancock and English campaign clubs and
other organizations which .upport the Democratic
candidates, are requested to feud to W. II, Harnum,
chairman national Democratic committee, 138 Fifth
aveuue, New York.
1st. The same and location of their organiza
tion. 2d. A statement of the number of members en
rolled. 8d. The names of officers.
4th. Accounts of meeting held.
nth. Report, every week during the campaign,
of the number and Increase of membership, with
the couditlon and prospects of the canvass,
DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETINGS
Will bo held at the following timet
and places :
Murphysboro, Monday, September 15th.
Chester, Randolph county, Tuesday,
DuQuoin, Friday, September 3d'
Marion, Williamson county, Saturday
Puleki a,Fulaski county, Saturday,', Sep
lion. Wm. Ilartztll, Democraticcandidato
fnr rnnctrcss: IIou. M. C. Crawford, Dis
trict Elector; lion. 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 uttend the Mass Meetings
and address the People. The speakers
who will certainly speak at each meeting
will be named in small hand bills several
days before the meetings.
Wm. II. Green.
Chairman of Democratic Congressional
R. Friganza, Secretary.
THE SHERMAtf-HANCOCK CORRE
SPONDENCE. The correspondence which passed be
tween General Sherman and General Han
cock, during tho period when trouble,
growing out of tho disputed result of the
presidential election of 1870, just prior to
the passage of the electoral commitsion
bill, was apprehended, was made public by
the publication, by Appleton & Co., of a
campaign history of tho life and public
services of General Hancock. This corre
spondence, has been the subject of a great
deal of newspaper comment and specula
tion, and the demands on General Sherman
for its publication have been persistent and
urgent. The Republican organs were un
der the impression there was something in
it that was derogatory to the
loyality and patriotism of General
Hancock. General Sherman, however, re
fused to make the letters public through
the press, but consented to allow the bio
grapher of General Hancock to uso them.
They contained matters that did not par
ticularly concern the public, but he was
willing that General Hancock should
them if he desired. Those who were so
anxious for their publication are now per
haps, satisfied. They contain nothing that
either General Sherman or General Han
cock would care to conceal. General
Sherman felt that a crisis in the affairs of
the country was approaching, and he wish
ed to be prepared for it. He deprecated
the use of the army in political matters,
but recognized- that the president was com
mander-in-chief, and that his orders must
be obeyed. lie wrote fully, freely and frank
ly to General Hancock because, as his
letters show, he trusted him. General
Hancock responded in the same open,
frank manner. His letters leave no doubt
that he was ready to obey orders, and that,
had the occasion arisen, he would have
been where his duty as a soldier callod him
General Hancock believed that Tilden was
elected but his opinion would not have pre
vented him from upholding the law had
there been an attempt to violato it. The
correspondence leaves no other impression
than that both General Sherman and Gene
ral Hancock appreciated tho gravity of the
situation, and that both were anxious for a
settlement that would be honorable and
would preserve the peace of the country.
Soon after his nomination General Hancock
said that he never wrote a line that he was
ashamed of. Iln certainly has no reason to
be ashamed of this correspondence with
General Sherman. He has cause rather to
be proud ot it.
THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK IN
The editor of the Louisville Post, who
has recently been making an extended trip
through Indiana, gives a sanguine view of
the Democratic situation in this state. Tho
Post says :
It will bo seen that Mr. English has per
fected his organization, which is a marvel
of political generalship, and shows
him to possess executive ability of
the highest order. Committees have been
appointed in every county, a thorough poll
of the legal voters within their jurisdiction
is being made, and the reportH received
from them thus far are of tho mot satisfac
tory character. Mr. English will soon
know within a few hundred votes whut is
the strength of the two parties, and unless
the entire character of the reports change,
the final result will show enorm
ous Democratic gains. Mr. English
has done his work quietly, but ho has
done it well. He is seldom seen
except by those who come to report or to
consult upon the campaign. He attends to
no other business. It is said ho labors fif
teen hours a day. Thero is no noise about
him no boasting. Letters pour in. Each
one is carefully labeled and promptly arm
wered. Agents come in to repot t. They
receive instructions, brief but accurate, and
they go away without moro words. The
weather is hot, but no one com
ments on tho weather. No energy is
wasted in unnecessary words. There
is but oue object uhead, and on that
object his eye oro coldly hut earnestly
fixed. No one can look upon tho faco of
the man and not be impressed with his In
domitable will and power. It has been
suid by Republican papers that he will not
spend tho necessary amount of money in tho
cuuvaes. They wot not what they say.
Wherever or whenever money can be used
to advantage in defraying legitimate cam
paign expenses, it will go. But every dol.
lar that goes will find its proper place, N t
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING AUGUST 31, ItfSO.
adime will be wastsd. Every nickel will
tell. The Democracy need not be uneasy
about Indiana. It is safer than any North
TELL US WHY.
From Winchester Sun.
If wo may believe a great many northern
Republican newspapers, tho south is a
howling wilderness, given over to barbar
ism, and not worth a mill dam for anything.
At the same time these papers claim , a
great deal of credit to tho Republican
party for "saving the Union." And pray,
if the south is such a desolate, Godfor
saken country, fit only for owls and bats
and murderers to inhabit, where was there
any glory in "saving" it to the Union?
Would it not have been better to have let
it gone its own way to outer darkness?
Consistency is a jewel which the tho Re
publican party never did and never will
CONKLING'S TOUND OF FLESH.
Washington Special to Cincinnati Enquirer.
A gentleman who is well into the secrets
of the Republican managers arrived here to
day from New York, and says that Merritt's
removal as collector of that port may be
expected any day. Conkling has demanded
it as tho only condition upon which he will
go into the campaign. When the charge
was made several weeks ngo the adminis
tration begged for a little time, and has
since been trying to placate Mr. Conkling
in some other manner, but finding this im
possible has determined to drop Collector
Merritt. Almost simultaneously with the
announcement of Collector Merritt's re
moval will come the announcement of dates
and places where Conkling will raise his
voice for the ticket.
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ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ES
TATE. I'ubllc notice Is hereby plTcn that by vlrtuo of a
Judgment and order of the county court of Alexan
der county, Illinois, mado and entered at the Juno
term thereof, A. V. 1H.0, In a cause wherein Eliza
J. Twento. administratrix of the estate of Alexander
Tweute. deceased, was plaintiff. and Ida C.Tweme,
Amos A. Tweuto.Asa I. Twento, Artur H. Twento,
Ezra J. Twente. John II. Clark. Franklin Llllt and
William Tolbert, were defendants, for the sale of
real estate to pay the debts of the said Alexander
Twente, deceased, I, the undersigned, adminis
tratrix as afnrenaid. will on Wednesday,
tho 8iith day of September, IhH), at eleven
o'clock a. m., at the front door of tho court
ho'ise In Cnlro In said Alexander county, pro
ceed to sell at public tale, to tliu highest bidder
the following described real estate, free nud clear
ofthe dower of the undersigned as widow ol'tho
suid deceased. namely:
The undivided live-sixths (5-fll of tho southeast
quarter, of the northwest quarter, and of the south
west quarter of tho northwest quarter, of section
twenty-live In township fifteen, south ranee
No, three (:)) west of the third principal meridian
in said Alexander county, fur the purpose of pay
his the debts of said estate.
The terms of sale are, one-half cash down, and
the balance In one year with note, and also mort
gage on tho real estate sold to secure the deferred
payment; said note to bear Interest at the rate of
six per cent. ELIZA J. TWENTE.
Cairo. 111., Aug. 30,lio.
Whereas, F. Marlon Lawrence and Evaline Law
rence his wile, did, hy their deed of trust bearing
date June 44, A. D. ISTit. and recorded in the re
corder's of.ice of Alexander county, Illinois. Julyl,
A. I). 1STU In Hook 'i'' of Trust ileeds.on page l l.
convey to the undersigned trustee, the following
real estate situate iu county of Alexander nud tate
of Illiuois, to-wit: The southeast quarter of the
northwest quarter, and the northeast quarter ofthe
southwest quarter, all of section thirty-four CM1,
township fourteen (14). range two(il. west of third
principal meridian, In trust to secure the payment
of a certain promissory note In said deed of trust
described; and whereas, default has been made in
tho payment ot said noli-, which said note remains
long since past due and unpaid. Now, therefore,
on application of the lenal holder of said note no
tico Is hereby given, that the undersltrned trustee
will, on Mondav Tin JTtii day of Scitcwbkr. A.
D. IS , at the door of the court house, In said Al
exander connty and Stale of Illiuois. at the hourof
a o'clock p. m. of (nidduy. offer for sale and sell
ot public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, the
above described real estate to pay und satisfy the
amount of principal and Interest due upon said
note. WILLIAM UULEN, Trustee.
Cairo, III., August ltvn,
Statu of Illinois Alexander Comity ss.
In the circuit court of Alexauder county, Sep
tember term, 1HM).
City National Iiankof Cairo vs. Caroline E.Mor
ris In her own right, and as executrix of Wm. II.
Morris, deceased : Carrie W. Morris, Fredericks.
iorris. Charles II. Morris and Marguerite E. Mor
ris. Bill to foreclose mortL'aL'e.
Notice is hereby given of the pendency of the
above suit, and that the time and place of the return
of summons in thecase is on the first day of the next
term of said court, to be boldenat the court house
in the City of Cairo in said County, on the third
Mondavof September next. JOHN A. KEEVE
Clerk of said Court.
Cairo. Ills.. August l'Mh. 1WL
tirccn & Gilbert, Solicitors for Complainant.
Htate of Illinois, Alexander Connty f s.
In the Circuit Court of Alexauder County, Sep
tember term lwl.
Peter Conrad vs Matthew J. Kyan Debt In
Ottachment. Demand f3.:.3&.
The above named defendant Is hereby notified of
the pendancy of the above attachment, at the suit
of Peter Conrad, against the estate of Matthew J.
Kyan. for the sum of ti-SS. and before the above
named courtnow pending: and that unless said de
fendant shall appear, eive ball and plead within the
time limited for his appearance in such case, to
wit: on or before the third (lay of the September
term of said court, to be holden at the court house
in said county on the the third Monday of Septem
ber, ltKi, judgment will be entered, and the estate
so attached will be sold.
JOHN A. REEVE,
Clerk of said Court.
Calro, III.. August i th,
Green it Gilbert, Attjs.
State of Illinois. Alexander County ss
In the Circuit Court of Alexander County
lemner term. jn '.
The City National Hank of Cairo vs. MatihewJ.
liyan Debt In attachment. Demand tA 11 .
The above named defendant is berchy notified of
the peiidancvof the above attachment, at the suit
of the City National Hank of Cairo aira'nst the es
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before the above named court now peuding; and
that unless said defendant shall appear, give bail
and plead within the time limited for his appear
ance In such ease, to-wit: on or before the third
dnv o' the September term of said court, to be
holden at the court house In said county on the
third Monday of September iwi, Judgment will be
entered, and the estate so attached will he sold.
JOHN A. KEEVE,
Clerk of said Court .
Cairo. Ills.. August Slth, It-MJ.
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THOS. W. DALLIDAY, Cashier City Nation!
FRANK L. GALIGI1EH, Cairo City mills.
J. M. HIILLirS, President Dalllday Al'nllllps
PAVLO. SCUril. Wholesale and retail drug
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WALTON W. WRIGHT, of G. D. Williamson.
A Co., Boat Stores and Commission merchants
FRANK HOWE, of CM. Dowe A Bros., pro
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ERNEST R. PETT1T, Groceries, qocentware
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