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' tttp. DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNINc SEPTEMBER 5, i860.
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WILLIAM II. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
, LEWIS B. TARSONS.
of Clay County.
For Secretary of State,
J011N U. OBERLY,
of Alexander County.
of St. Clair County.
of Wlnncbajo Comity.
For Congress, lMh district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator of the 50th district,
of Jackson county.
D. T. L1SEGAR,
of Alexander county.
of Uulon county.
"Thk right of Trial by Jury, the lluhea Corpu.
the Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Rights of l'crfon and the Rights of
Property must be preserved -Extract from Gen.
Hancock's letter npon taking charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY.-I hereby announce my
elf as a candidate at the eumilng November
election, lor the offico of County Attorn.y for the
county of Alexander, Illinois. ANGUS Lbbh.
CIRCUIT CLERK We arc authorized to an
nounce that ALEX. 11. IKV1N will bo acandl
data at the ensuing November election for the
otSoe of circuit clerk In Alexander county.
FOR SHERIFF We sro authorized to announce
that Mr JOHN HODGES will l a caudldnto
for re-election to the offico of Sheriff, of Alexandres
county, at tlio next November election, subject
only to the vote of the people at the polls.
AH Hancock and English campaign clubs and
other organizations which support the Democratic
candidates. are reiiuested to send to V. II, lliirnntn,
chairman national Democratic committee, l '.H Fifth
avenue. New York.
Int. The liama and location of their organiza
tion. ' ltd. A statement of the number of member en
rolled. Bd . The names of officers.
, th. Accounts of meetings held.
' 5th. Report, every week during the campaign,
of, the number and Increase of membership, with
ibt condition and prospects of the canvacs.
DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETINGS?
Will bo held at the following times
and places :
Murjjhysboro, Monday, September 15th.
Chester, Randolph county, Tuesday,
DuQi)oin, Friday, September 3d!
Marion, Williamson county, Saturday
September 5th. 1
rulnki a,PalaBkl county, Saturday ,J 8ep
lion. Wm. Hartzell, Democraliccandidatc
for ConeroM; lion. M. C. Crawford, Dis
trict Elector; W. J. Allen, Elector for
the State at Large; lion. Jno, II. Oberly,
Candidate for Secretary of State; Gen.
Charles J. Black, and other distinguished
speakers will attend the Mass Meetings
and address the Teople. The speakers
who will certainly speak at each meeting
will be named in small hand bills several
days beforo the meetings.
1 AVm. II. Green.
Chairman of Democratic Cunjja'SMoual
11. Frisjanza, Secretary.
The dreadful strait of Radicalism is more
than confessed in the frenzied nourish the
leaders give the tail of the "bloody shirt,"
in commenting on the recent speech of
Wade Hampton in Virginia. It seems that
in Virginia, the Radical party is composed
chiefly of those who would bring disgrace
on the state, by repudiating its honest debts,
together with a fag end of sore-head Demo
crats, who furnish brains and a certain de
gree of respectability, and these together
are known as the Readjustee. Wade
Hampton in a recent speech exhorted his
hearers to respect their pledged names and
plighted faith, by paying to the last cent
what they owed. Ia doing this, to make
it moro effective, he invoked two names
which Virginians hold ia profound rever
ence. The bitterest enemy of the south,
or ol Virginia, could never imagine Lie
or Stonewall Jackson in the role repudia
tors. He was appealing to Virginians on a
local question, and chose to call to mind
revered names, and out of this legitimate
and proper course, the whole Republican
press has bristled, end every Republican
stump has blazed. To suit these writers
and orators, these names should only be
whispered with bated breath, or if spoken,
should be covered with curses.
This is the mistake the Republican party
has constantly made in the south, and the
strongest reason why there is a "solid
south." Every bushwhacker like Mosby or
Witcher or Jeff. Thompson became a hero
and saint, whenever he was ready to ac
knowledge that he- had been a perjured
scoundrel, and was loaded with honors and
emoluments as a reward tor being a sell
confessed rascal. But Wade Hampton and
men of that ilk, who cannot lick the hand
that smites, or praise the tongue that covers
with infamy, whenever they dare to speak
at all, are heralded all over the land as re
newing the fires of civil strife. The people
are too brave and too intelligent to be
cowed or deceived by such make-shifts for
AN EriSTLE FROM HARRELL.
AN OLD GHOST RESURRECTED AN INSULT
CI1ICAOO DEMOCRACY, AND OLEItLY S
STRENGTH IRVIN AND HODGES, HART
ZELL AND HILEMAN, ETC.
You have heard much of our "grand tri
ennial conclave." It was gorgeous. For
instance, there was one sir knight Dr.
Dunning, we will say. He was dressed in
black, wore a sword, cocked hat and feath
erand there were twenty-five thousand
more precisely like him. One man was
heard to remark, after he had seen 18,000
specimens of the "same sort," that the
thing was growing monotonous. He was
promptly knocked down, carried oft' to the
station, and after two day's incarceration
was fined $20 for telling the truth, which,
as you must know, at once becomes i
criminal proceeding when employed in cori
nection with a grand conclave.
Of the 22,000 sir knights in line less than
three hundred knew how to march or to
keep step with the music. Of the thou
sand horsemen, only one knew how to ride,
and that was Dr. "C. Winthrop"' Dunning.
I sat by tho wayside, entertaining two
venerable knights from Cleveland
with peculiar stories of "savage life in
raducuh," while the procession was passing,
and all three of us marvelled that the
plumed imitators of the ancient crusaders
ever dreamed of a higher achievement, in
such demonstrations, than the exhibition of
black cloth suits, buckskin gloves, cocked
huts, ostrich feathers and most discredita
ble specimens of shambling peilcstrians. In
all this, the demonstration was, what was
generally conceded to bo a big success.
The Democracy here, and especially the
unwashed element that peoples the Fourth
ward and stock yards some 8,000 Btrong
aro sadly in need of a speech from
Oberly. They have heard of the man, but
never heard him ; and if he will come up
and bring Dave Lincgar along, they could,
jointly or severally, "whoop up" tho boys,
make "Rome howl," and cause our smoky
welkin to ring tumultuously. Perhaps I
am "prejudiced," but having heard Harris
on, lloyne, Gowdy, Irish and others, I'm
absolutely certain that the Democratic side
of Chicago contains no such "rallyers" as
Oberly and Lini'gur.
For an interval of two days or
more during the "conclave," I confidently
expected that an old Cairo friend
of mine would "drop down" about
Dine miles and see me. At the last
moment I received wordt from him to effect
"I couldn't come to see you; but I undo
tllO AMENDE H()NOIIAItI.E AS UCttrly HS I
could. I went to see the great Kansas hog
weight 1,532 lb?.,wliiehwn8 the next oheat
est lioti in Chicago ! Ilopo you'll consider it
'all tho same,' and believe mo as ever.
Yours truly 1"
You can imagine my indignation ;but can
never realize my helplessness.
Tho substitution of Hartzell for Hileman
assures you a Democratic victory in tho
Eighteenth district. Hileman may bo one
of tho best fellows in 'tho world, but "if I
had as many dollars" as I know that Hart
zell is tho stronger man, I'd buy out
Hancock's chance for tho presidency, and
I am pleased with tho assurances The
Bulletin conveys that Ham Irvin's and
Jack Hodges calling and election are sure.
I rejoice at this, not because I like Nellis
and Reeve the less; but because I liko
Irvin and Hodges the more. Elect them,
and you will have, in the positions to
which they respectively aspire, the best of
ficers that ever served Alexander county.
Oberly is stronger here than his
ticket. Only yesterday 1 met two trerman
Republican shoemakers on State and Six
teenth streets, and both ot them not only
declared a purpose to vote ior him, but
told me they knew many other Germans
who would do the same thing; "for," said
they, "the man who comes up from the
shoemaker's bench as Oberly has done,
shall have anything he asks for that we
can give him."
I speak truly in this, as I do when I say
that Oberly is stronger in Chicago than the
Democratic party, and he would be stronger
slili if he could nm up here and make a
half dozen speeches.
M. B. II.
A GIFT DECLINED.
Apple-ten's Readers were declined as a
gift by the St. Louis board August 24,
1 80, by the decisive vote ot seventeen to
seven. Thus emphatically were these
books refused as a gift in the home of their
NEW YORK DEMOCRATIC.
New York Sun.
On a fair and full vote New York is a
Democratic state. This was demon
strated in 1S7C when Tildeu, in a contest
that was admitted on all sides to have
been conducted with rare honesty, and on
a vote that was unprecedentedly large,
beat Hayes by a majority of about o3,
000. The new census shows that this
majority ought to be increased at the
coming election. The advance in popula
tion since 1870 has mainly been in those
portions ot the state which for years past,
on a test of strength between parties, have
invariably gone Democratic. Therefore
with harmony in the Democratic councils
and a reasonable amount of forbearance,
common sense and hard work, New York
can give Hancock and English a majority
of 40,000 in November.
A WARNING TO REPUBLICANS.
The experience of the present campaign
should furnish an awful warning to our
esteemed Republican contemporaries never
hereafter to abuse any member ot the party,
however inconspicuous and uisreputx
ble, since there is no telling when they
may have to support him lor the presiJen
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4 DMINISTKATOH'S SALE OF RKAL US
I'ulilic notice in hereby (riven that by virtue of a
Judgment and order of the county court of Alexan
der county, Illinois, maou ami emeren at ine .nine
lurm thereof. A. U. lH-o. lu a cause wherein Eliza
J. Tweute. administratrix of the estate of Alexander
Tweute. deceased, was pmlntlil.anil Ida C . Tweuto,
Amos A. Twente.Aa I). Tweute, Artur H. Twente,
KzraJ. Tweute, John H. I'liirk, Franklin Illtt und
William Tolbert, were defendants, for the sale of
real estate to pay tho debts of the said Alexander
Twente, deceased, I, the undersluuvd. adminis
tratrix us aforesaid, will on ednesday,
the '.'ith day of September, 10, at eleven
o'clock a. til, at the front door of the court
house In Cairo in sum Alexander conrty, pro
ceed to iell at public sale, to the highest bidder
the following described real estate, free mid clear
of the dower of the undersigned n widow ofthe
nutd decemed. namely.
Tho undivided five-sixths (Ml of the southeast
quarter, of the uorthwert quarter, and of the south-
west quarter 01 tue noriuwesi quarter, "i iminj
twentv-ilvj (.'.'.) iu towiirhii) fit if en. south rumrc
No. three (8) west of the third principal meridian
in s:ild Alexander county, lor the purpose of pay
In.' the debts of mtd estate.
The terms of sale are, nne-biilf cut-h down, and
the biilance in one year with note, and .also nmrt
gag on this real (.'statu sold to secure the deferred
payment; said note to bear interest at the rate of
six per cent. ELIZA J. TWENTE,
Cairo. 111., An,'. 30, l-.-o.
Whereas, F- Marion Lawrence and E valine Law
rence hi s wile. did. by their deed of trust bearing
date June -J J, A. B. 1--TH. und recorded lu the re
corder's olllce of Alexander coun'v, Illinois. Julyl.
A. 0. lT'.l in Ito.ik "H" ol TtUst IM'ds.nupage :iH.
convey to me uniiersigneti Trustee, meiojiowim:
real estate situate In comity of Alexander and State
of Illinois, to-wit: The southeast quarter ofthe
northwest quarter, and the northeast quarter ofthe
southwest quarter, u'.l of section thirty four :u
township fourteen (1 1, range twoCJ1. we-t of third
prlncli al meridian, la trust to sec.tre the pavmeiit
of a certain promissory note In said deed of trust
described; and whereas, default has been made in
the pavmeut ot said note, which said note remains
long since past due and un;uld. Now, therefore,
ou application of the letal holder of said note no
tice is hereby given, that the undersigned trustee
will, on Monpay tub ;tii day op Sutemhkh. A.
1). i!, at the tioor ofthe court Louse. In said Al
exander county and Mate of Illinois, att;e hour of
'.' o'clock p. m'. of said day. offer for sale and sell
at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, the
above described real estate to pay ar.d sausiy uie
amour.V of principal and Interest due upon Fald
note. WILLIAM HULEX. Trustee.
Cairo, III., August go,
State of Illinois Alexander County.
In the clrcni; court of AUxander county, Sep
tember term, Iso.
City National liankof Cairo vs. Caroline E. Mor
ris in her ow n right, and as executrix of Wm. II.
Morris, deceased : Carrie W Morris. Fred, yek S.
)orri. Charles II. Morris and Marguerite E. Mor
ris. Bill to foreclose mortgage.
Notice is hereby given ol the pendency of the
above suit, and that the time and place of tfcereturn
of summon In the case is on the first day ol the next
term oi said court, to be holden at the court house
In the Citv of Cairo in said County, on th third
Monday of September text. JOiIN A.KEEYE
Clerk of said Court.
Cairn. Ills.. August Vb. "".
Oreen 4 Gilbert. Solicitors forCoDplcltLt.
State of Illinois, Alexander County-.
In the Circnit Court of Alexander County
tern ucr termiN-o.
I'e'er Conrad vs Matthew J. Kyan-Debt In
attachment. Demand ftwtvSV
The above named defendant is hereby notified of
the pendancy of the above attachment, at the suit
of Peter Cou'rad. against the estate ol Matthew J.
Kyan. for the sum of i M and before the above
named court now pending; andtbat unless said de
fendant shall appear, give hiiil and plead wtth'n the
timo limited for nl ni'pearance In such case, to-'
wit: on or before the third day of the September
term of suid court, to lie holden at the court noose
in said county on the the tl ird Monday of Septem
ber, Is-', judgment will be entered, and the estate
so attacLcd will be sold.
JOHN A. REEYE.
Clerk of said Court.
Cairo. HI.. Atjgusti-tb, 1--0.
(.reeii jk t.ilbcrt. Attys.
state of Illinois. Alexander Co inty ss
In the Circuit Court of Alexander County
tem'ier term. .
The Citv National Bank of Cairo vs. MntthewJ
Rvhu Uebt In attai nment. Id-maud $';.! U
Til'- above nam.-d defendant i hereby notitled of
the pendaiH'v ot the above attachment at tl.e suit
of the City Sationnl Itank ol Lairo ug'nt the e
tate uf Matthew J. Kyan for the sum of .l.ll.ai.d
before the above nnnied court now peLding; and
that unless said defendant shall appear, give ba.l
and plead within the time limited for hi- appear
ance in such case, to-wit: on or before the third
dav o: tin! September term of said court, to be
holden at the court hoiv In said county on the
third Monday of September Is-". Judgment will t."
entered, and the estate so a'tai bed wi.l be sfdd.
JOHN A REEVE.
C'erk of said Court.
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ADVISORY BOARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
TIIOH. W. 11ALL1DAY, Cuchicr City MatlOflil
FKANK L. OALICillEU, Cairo City mill.
J. M rillLLirs, IWdi'Dt Dallldiiy 4 I'hllllp
rAVLli. 8CI1UI1. Wbolmlo and retail draft
Kt. WILLIAM STHATTON, of Strutton 4 Illrd
WALTON W. WRIGHT, of (i. D. WIlllamKon.
4 Co., Boat Store and CommiMon merchants
F1IANK noVE, of C. M. IIowc Dro.
virion nnd produce.
E UN EST II. TETT1T, Grnccrle. qneenw aro
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
the above Board or to
E. A. BURNETT, Agent.
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington Are., Cairo, Illinois.
W. N. CRAINE, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, ltUDearborn Street, Chicago.
of the United States.
and to counteract the perni
SIMPSON II. TAKER, of Tuber Drof., maru
WILLIAM D. LIPPET, AMlctant potmaeter.
W'imionJlII'S(JN' Dry KOod'' tab(y 'fc0011" and
TIIOH S, TARR, General merchandise and
JA('9B, HyilOER.of Border Bro. dry good
JOIIN SPROAT, Proprietor "Sprout'
GEO. It.ILENTZ, Superintendent Cairo City
HERBERT MACKIE, of A. Mackio & Co.'
C airo mill.