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National Democratic Ticket.
WIXFIELD SCOTT HAXCOCK. ,
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS,
of Clay County.
For Secretaayof State,
JOHN n. OBERLY,
of Alexander County.
of St. Clair County.
For Treasurer, '
of Wiuncbauo County.
For Congress, lMh district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator of the 50th district,
WM. A. LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
D. T. LISEGAR,
of Alexander county.
of Union county.
"Tub right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus
it.. l.ihM-tv of the Press, the Freedom of Speech
, the National RiRbts of Persons and the Rihts of
rropertymust be preserved.-txtraci irom ueu
Hancock's letter upon taking cbarje of the Louis
wlf an candidal at the unnuiun. November
election, lor the office of touuty Attorney for t
county of Alexander, Illinois. ANuLS Lbbis.
CIRCUIT CLERK. -We are authorized to an
j - .v... it w II 1MV1N villi ha arandl
date at the ensulnn November election for the
oraceoi circuit ciem in viexauucr tuumj.
1?OR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce
-E that Mr. JOHN 110DGE8 lll be a caudidate
f.d&luillnr. In. nfPtru nf Uhuplff rf Al,.vumlrM
county, at the next November election, subject
VUJJ W Ills 1VW Ml UKuytv lu, yunv .
All Hancock and English campaign clubs and
Lber orpaulzations wblcb support the Democratic
chairman uatioual Democratic cummlttec, 1 Fifth
avenue, 'Sew Yorlt.
. UU The nama and location of their organiza
Sd. A it aliment of the cumber of meiaberfl en
Rd. The Dames of officers.
Jak A oinnrtl rif tnaitt4tita hiAA
Vuiiiwi avurv a.-oi-sr rlnrtntf t V n riimnfllrm
of the number and iucrcdfo of memhiTHhlu, with
UeCOuulwOU auu (JrurpuciB ui uv eauvupe
DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETINGS
"Will be beld at the following times
and places :
Murphybboro, Monday, September 15th.
Chester, Randolph county, Tucsdny,
DuQuoin, Friday, September 3d'
Marion, Williamson county, Saturday
Pulaki a,Pukiski coucty, Saturday, Sep
Hon. Wo, Ilartzell, Democratic candidate
for Congress; Hon. M. C. Crawford, Dis
trict Elector; Hon. W. J. Allen, Elector for
the State at Large; Hon. Jno. II. Oberly,
Candidate for Secretary of Stato; Gen.
Charles J. Black, and other distinguished
speakers will attend the Mass Meetings
and address the- Tcople. The speakers
who will certainly speak at each meeting
will bo named in small hand bills several
days before the meetings.
Win. H. Green.
Chairman of Democratic Congressional
R. Friganza, Secretary.
Ilmsois has a population of 3,083,320,
an increase since 1870 of 543,435.
TwESTY-Focn Germans who voted for
Hayes are members of a Hancock club at
New programme tor public speakers
First, have something to say; second, say
it; third, stop; fourth, pay your hotel
bills; fifth, go home sober.
It appears to us that this country is suf
fering a dearth of presidential candidates
this year 50,000,000 population, and only
five candidates! Where are all the noble
youths who have been educated in the be
lief that they were destined to adorn tho
chair? By Gar-field's big enough; roll
The Faducah News truly says: "The
enthusiasm for Hon. Wm. Ilartzell, candi
date for congress in the Cairo, Illinois, dis
trict, is unbounded, and this district, which
for the past twenty years has been princi
pally in the hands of corrupt Republicans,
is about to be "redeemed, regenerated and
It is a fact worthy of note that, al
though the police of Gotham failed to ar
rest the highwaymen who boarded the
Third Avenue car and robbed the passen
gers, they did immediately thereafter ar
rest a little boy who stole some flowers,
and which resulted in his imprisonment for
twenty days. What would America do
without her policeman?
IIo.w Jons W. Fokn'ey says: "If I de
sire to give reasojs for my preference for
Winfield S. Hancock, I have only to turn to
the columns ot the Republican papers of
America in 1SC3; if I desire to prove dis
trust of James A. Garfield, I have only to
turn to the Republican journals of Febru
ary, 1873. I have no prejudices. I want
to defeat Garfield, because I regard bim to
day as a sneak, a jobber, an imposter."1
There if a colored man's paper called
the Advance, published at Montgomery,
Alabama, and it thus explains how that
state gave so large a Democratic majority
at the recent election : "Fraud is the cry
of the Republican papers of the north
about tiie Democratic party of Alabama.
Go on sing on as much and as long as you
please, we colored men aided the Democ
racy in rolling np the large majority; and,
don't you forget it, we are satisfied."
The increase in the population of Vir
ginia has excited some surprise, but a gen
tleman of that state, writing to a friend in
Washington, offers an explanation for the
increase which ought to be accepted as
satistactory. He says; "The census has
been taken and the poverty-stricken whites
of this state have demonstrated the cor
rectness of the old adage 'a fool lor luck
and a poor man for children,' and it we are
kept in this Btate of poverty for ten years
more, finding no happiness except in con
jugal atfection, the next census will give
Virginia alone a population of 10,000,000,
and astonish Mr. Walker still more."
IRISHMEN, READ THIS.
Garfield was one of 14 nays against 104
yeas, in the Fortieth congress, to vote
against the following resolution, on March
Ttesolved. That this house extends its
Rvmnathv to the neonle of Irelund iu their
struggle for constitutional liberty.
Again, April 17, ibti:
Wlicrpna. Tim nrolonicd incarceration
in the prisons of the Dominion of Canada
of persons accused of violating the neu
trality laws is a source oi irritation to a
lartre number of American citizens; there
Hi.snivr.il Ttmt rim nrpRiilcnt ft tlm
. , ...
TTnifpd KtMcR In' ri'snpftfiillv reriilcRteil to
have the cases of such persons presented
i r . . : ..i. : , rt ,
ui'iorc it Jinin uiii cuiiuiiimiiii, iu iiiu i-uu
that their release may ue cnectcu.
James A. Garfield objected, and voted
against the passage oi this most just and
harmless resolution looking to the release
of certain American citizens who had been
arrested as Fenians and confined in Ca
nadian dungeons for more than five years.
AND STILL THEY COME.
Col. George W. Torrencc, of Victor, On
tario county, N. Y., lias written tho follow
ing letter to his friend, Col. Schoeffel, o
Virrnu N. Y.. A turner 1(1. 1HHO TV V
A. Schoeffel, Liutenant-Colonel of old Thir
teenth. Dear sir: Your letter of the 10th
instant was duly received, and in reply will
say that 1 have no objection to delluing my
political position in the present
canvats. lou aro aware that tor
thn IflRt Ri'YPtiteen Vfiitra T linun nrti'i
with tlin Ri'rmlilirnn rmrtv. T.nr thn timit
has come when every man should consider
tueuiinueroi a perpetuation ot power in
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORlNlNG SEPTEMBER 3, 188
tho hands of one family or party, and I, for
oue, behevo that tho Republican party has
oue, behevo that the Republican party has
hud its day of usefulness, nnd we should
imuiiawuj I nnw. nH
regard a continuation ot us power as
daimerous. Anil Wlien an opposing party
1 fill .Imonmn nno'iliMia
presents good men to fill the same positions,
nA linrm rnn rnmn tO ttlO COVCrnniCDt UV
V t- ..'it. I
tlieir election. i can speaK wu.i u.o
greatest confidence or the man wliom
the Democrats havo placed at tho head
of tlieir ticket, for as bos we played
...v.. . - r I
together, and as men we fought together
' . ..i .i ai. I
on the snmo battlefields, shared the pri
vations oi campaign in aiorcign country.ana
I liavcyet to learn of ono solitary act of dis
honor charged to Winfield Scott Hancock.
With such u man at tho head of our gov
ernment wo have nothing to fear. The
purity of his character, his intelligence,
his patriotism, all admonish me that ho is
the right man in tno right place, nenco i
say to you that my humble influence will
be cast for Gen. Winfield S. Hancock.
Yours respect fully,
'(!. W. Toiience."
TIIE CAMPAIGN OPENED.
The Illinois Democrats are terribly in
e ainest iu this campaign. Their enthusi
asm havinc been aroused by the nomina
tion ot a superb national ticket and an ir
reproachable state ticket, both strong
before the people, and believing that
issue affecting the structure and purity
o! a free, representative government
are at stake, they feel that with proper ef
forts the state can be redeemed this
year to the Democracy. It is now
certain that the proper efforts have been,
aie now, and will bo put forth. Never
before was the party organization at this
period of campaign so thorough and ef
fective, and telling work will be accom
plish by it. Meanwhile the agency of the
stump will not be neglected. Ar
rangements have already been made for
speaking all over the state during the
month of September, the prin
cipal speakers being Hon. Ly-
man Trumbull, the candidate
for governor, General Lewis B. Parsons,
the candidate for lieutenant-governor,
Hon. John H. Oberly, the candidate for
secretary of state, and ex-congressman
James C. Robinson, ot Springfield. The
campaign was formally opened at BeLe
ville on Monday by Hon. Lyman Trum
bull, who reviewed the issues between the
parties with wondrous perspicuity and ir
resistable logic. The speech proved that
when the Democracy of Illinois chose Mr.
Trumbull for their standard bearer they
selected not only a man of spotless record
and personal worth, but one also who has
the ability to advocate their cause with in
A GIFT DECLINED.
Applet's Readers were declined as a
gift by the St. Louis board August 24,
lbbO, by the decisive vote of seventeen to
seven. Thus emphatically were these
books refused as a gift in the home of their
THE BATTLE ROLL.
liidtunapolis Sentinel itietn. i Ati. 24.
The Republican crL'uns. Republican
conspirators, Republican orators and the
whole gang ol Kepubncan leaders, snout
for Longstrect and denounce Hancock.
Hancock and Longstmt were distinguish
ed in the war tf the rebellion. It may be
ef service to note soruc o! the more dis
tinguished buttles these geuerals'were en
Lont'stre' l s Battles,
I'razii-r's 1 arm.
It will be seen where these Generals met
and where they fought. On the ten battle
fields mimed above Huncotk and Lonir-
street met face to face with their opposing
legions Hancock beneath the stars and
stripes, Longstreet with the stars and bars
floating above him; and now Republican
conspirators ask soldiers to strike down
Hancock while they shout lor the elevation
of Longstreet. How does it strike you,
boys in blue?
When pains assau ana tramps prevail,
Y'ou feel as if you'd die;
Don't waste your time, in vain despair,
But Spring Blossom at once try.
A "WonilPrf ul Iiemedy.
SAFE AND SUKE.
The Great Internal and External Rem
KIIKl'MATISM, NEl'KALGIA. MALARIA,
Diphtheria. 1'neumo iu. Sore Throat, Inllum
nuitloii of the I.iiuks. Ac. Lome Hark, Inflamma
tion of the Kidneys, llarkurhv, 1'lles, lliinlons or
borencss of the Yvi t from whatever cause, Hurns
or Saalds. and all lliflmuiuaturi Diseases, I'rlrklv
limit. Humors and nil diseases of thu skin. Fur
all female complaints and weaknesses it has nu
equal. Tliousunds have been seven from an uu
Vlineiy ueaiu nv us usu, io uoi nuiay, inn iry ll
It Is a household necesstty. Full particulars, In
our illuminated cards and clreulurs, sent free,
upon application hv mall.
1 tvliil ulll ti.tiii.HI villi it'll miliratkti.il antlafun.
tlon or money refntidi-il, I'rlre. -Vic. and 1 jier
bottle. Trial bottles i'. Sold by all druuKltts,
Savi'il (iriuir A Colll'ANY.
Proprietors. ) liioudwar.Nvw York '
. j)MlNiSTHATiH'tf 8ALK OF HEM
J tatk. ,
1'ublicnollcolsliunhyirlv. nthatby vlrtuo of a
,lldj,muulttn,i order of thu comity court of Ak-xnn-
(jt.r comity, Illinois, mmiD and unturta at tnu .iimo
Infill thereof. A. 1). 1M), In a CBIII'O WDHN-in fc)l.a
rnu...i.t. Aort A. wad nhtiiitilK nnd Ida C. Twi'lile.
a a rn.... ..... Au.i 1. rpt..iir.i itrinU II TwttTttfl
m - a. T ,Vi v'k 3
William 'J'ollii'rt.wcru ilcfciiilams, for tho sale of
rcul I'ntatu to pay tho debts of tho salil Alexundur
Twunto, (U'coiisi'il, I, tho undvrslRUttd. udmlnis.
;rittn UK Ullin'f Hill.. "HI "II iiiTu
tho sub day of Keptumber, in?n, at eleven
,.',.i.w.ir a in i.t th I'mtit ilnrir nf tbo court
I.. f'.il..rt In u-ilil Ali.YinwIi.r
cml In sell ut nubile salfl. to tliu bltfuvst bid
t nub Ic sale, to ttiu wwuest mimer
the followInK described real estate, free and clear
uftho dower of the undersigned us widow of thu
sum deceased, namely:
Tho undivided tlvu-slxths of tho southeast
(pinner, of tho northwest iUarter. und of the smith
west (ituirterof the nurthwest quarter, of sertlon
tweiitv llvo (i)n township fifteen, south Miit-e
No. three (:li west of the third iirlcclpal meridian
In siild Alexander coant.v. lor the purpose ot pay
In'.' the debts of sati.1 estiltu.
Theterinsof sale are, onc hulf cash down, una
the biilttiiee In one year with note, nnd also nuirt
(i;i(rs on the real estate sold to si rure the deferred
imymetit; said note to bear Interest ut the rute of
M ; per cent. ELIZA J. TW'ENTE.
Cairo. 111., Aui;. 30, lsW.
Whereas, F. Marlon Lawrence nnd Evuilce Law
rence his wife, did, hv their deed of trust hi-arirc
date June 04, A. Ii. 1st!', und recorded in the re
corder's ollUv of Alexander county. Illinois. Julyl.
A. I), lftfl In Bo.ik -" of Trust Deeds. on pace 34!.
convey to the niiilerslt:i;ed trustee, the lolkiwitif
real estate situate In county of Alexanderund State
of Illinois, to-wit: The southeast qnarttr of the
northwest quarter, and the northeast (juarter of the
southwest lnuiirter. all Of sect'.on thirty-four il',
township fourteen (l li, rantc two(i'. west of third
principal meridian, in trust to secure the payment
of a certain promissory noto in said deed of trust
described; ami whereas, default has been made in
the payment ol said note, which said note remains
Ion since past due and unpaid. Now, therefore,
ou application of the leiral bolder of ssid note no
tice is hereby 1,-iycn. ihiil the undersigned trustee
will, sin MoSllAV Tin i:t imv ok Slitkmhek, A.
D. ls0. at the door of the court house. In said Al
exander county and Mate ol I.hnois. att'ie hourof
-.'o'clock p. m. of saiddav. offer for sale and sell
at public auction to the hiihest bidder, for ca-h. the
above decrlhetl real estiite to pay and satisfy the
amount of principal and interest due upon raid
note WILLIAM IU'LEN. Trustee.
C airo, Iu... Aiifftist Jo, 1" I.
llafnt'.h.f T (V fit
In the clrcnr. court of Alt-sandvr county, Sep
tember term. ls-sO.
City National I'.hi kof Cairo vs. Caroline E. Mor
ris in herown riu'i.t. and B' t-Teeutrix -f Wm. 11.
Morris, deceased : Carrie W'. Morris. Kred r:kS.
Xtorris. Charles H. Morris and Murf urite E. Mor
ris. Bill to foreclose ruort.-aeo.
Notice is hereby eiven of the petdency of the
above suit, and that the lime nndpiaceol tbereturn
of summoLS in the rase i on the first day ol the n- it
term of said court, to beholden ut the court house
In theCitv of Cairo it -aid County, ou tr.e third
Mondavof SeMewbcrust. Jt'liN A. IiEE E
Clerk of sa.d Court.
Cairo. Ills . Aacnst V th.
Green 4 Gilbert. SolU-itors fortomp'.altttt.
State of Illinois. Alexander Contity-ss.
Iu the Circuit Court of Alexsncer County. Sep
tetiber term 11
1'e'er Conrad vs Matthew J Kyan Debt Id
attachment. Demand .3S.
The above named defendant is hereby noticed of
the pendancy of the above attachment, at the suit
of Peter Conrad. a;ain-t the estate of Matthew J
Kvan. for the sum of JilO.W. ar.d before the above
tamed conrtnow pendmc: andthat unless suid de
fendant shall appear, the bail and plead within the
time limited for nts appearance in such rase, to
wit: on or before the third day of the September
term of said court, to be holden at thecourtfcor.se
in said conntv on the the third Monday of Septem
ber. Is'1, judgment will be entered, and the estate
so attacLed will be sold.
JOnN A KEEVE.
Clerk of said Court.
7 Cairo. 111.. An.-ust-2-th, l-.
Green iV Gilbert. Attys.
PUll l ItllLMl'. 1TAUI.O'. ...... i j
In the Circuit Court of Alexander County, Sep
tember term. lkl .
The Citv National Hil'i of Cairo vs. Matthew J
liyan Debt In a'tacl n., i.t. Demand ?- :4 U
The above Lamed dekmiant Is hereby l.olit'.ed of
the pcni'.sn' v oi -be above attachment, at the suit
of the Citv Nttlonal Hank ot Cairo a.-a'tst the is
rate ef Matthew J. Ky:m for the sum of $--;4.11, and
before the above named court now pcudii.e: and
ttiat unless sain ot-ieni'.ant s:iu,i ajuienr. n
and plead within the time limited for hi- appear
ance in sucb case, tn-vrit: on or before the third
rtav o the September term of a;d court, to be
ha.di n at the court hoti-e in :iid county or. the
third M-mduv of September '. .iivmer.t will be
entered, tnd the estate so a'tac hed wi l be sold.
a i-.r.i' t.
(".rit of said c o'.rt
Ca.ro. 1!.. Aut-n-t ;l:h, "J.
i.re.-n d; Gilbert. Attys
Manufacturer hi.d dealer in Cuetom-inude
N. B All worn warranted, and Repairing Lt&'.ly
I'wrl. li Ct Tetwcn Commercial and
ilglllll Ol., Washini;tou Ave.
Cairo - - - Illinois.
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wor'd Any one cm become u .uccesfful auent.
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THiG EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
lO BROADWAY NEW YORK
The Popularity of the Equitable Life Assurance Society
indicated by the fact that for Eleven years its average an
nual New Business has been larger than that of any other
Company in the world, is due, in a great measure, to its well
known promptness in the payment of Death Claims, audits
rule never to take advantage of technicalities where an
equitable claim exists.
Asa GUARANTEE of this, and to counteract the perni
cious influence of a technical policy, adhered to lv many
companies, the Equitable makes
new, throughout the United States,
After the policy has been in force for three years.
"The Equitable Life lias paid since its organ
ization to .January 1st, lfillO, $51,1182,730, and
closed its books upon that date without a con
tested or past due claim."
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
T0XTIXE SAVIXGS FUXD POLICY,
And thereby to ioiailarize life
By the late report of the
tates of Massachusetts and
Assurance Society shows the
FIPiST The Equitable has a larger ratio ot assets to lia
lilitiesthan any of the leading companies.
SECOND The Equitable saved more of its income last year
than any other company.
TIIIHD The Equitable'.s death rate was less last year than
any other of the leading companies.
FOURTH The Equitable realizes a higher rate of rent, or
interest, on real estate than any other company.
The Society takes pleasure in relerrinir to the following: well known business
men insured in the society, composing an
iVDYISOKY BOARD OF
TIIOS. W. HALLIDAY. Ca.hlor City NatlfflHl
Fit ASK L. GALIGHER, Cairo City mills.
J.M. PniLLirS.PreridentUalliday i Thilllp
TAt'LO. SCHUII. Wholesale and retail druR
gift. WILLIAM STRATTON, of Stratton A Bird
WALTON W. WRIGHT, of O. D. Williamson.
Jt Co., Boat Stores and Commission merchant
FRANK noWE. of CM. Ilowe Bros., pro
vision, and produce.
ERNEST B. TETTIT, Groceries, queensware
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
the above Board or to
E. A. BTJUNETT, Agent.
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W. N. CRAIXE, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nel.raAa, and flic
Territories, lt)2Dearborn Strett, Cliica?o.
Surplus, 7,500,000. i
ALL ITS POLICIES, old and
insiirace to a degree before
Insurance Commissioner for the
New York, the Eauitable Life
' M '
following strong points:
REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
WILLIAM D. LIPPET, Assistant postmaster.
WnotionsnLSON'Dr,BOO1',rllCT R00d' n1
TI10S 8. TARR, General aerchandluc and
JACOB BURGER, of Bnrgcr Bros, dry cood
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JOnf SPROAT, Proprietor "Sproafs RefriR
GEO. R.:LENTZ, Superintendent Cairo City
HERBERT MACKIE, of A. Macklo 4 Co.'t