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National Democratic Ticket.
WISFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWI 8 B. PARSON'S.
1 of Clay County.
For Secrctaay of State,
JOI1N II. OBERLY,
of Alexander County .
For And!' or.
of St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
For Congress 1Mb district,
' WILLIAM HARTZELL,
For Senator of the 50tb district,
WM. A. LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
D. T. LISEGAR.
of Alexander county.
H. E. BUCKINGHAM,
of Union county.
"Tui right of Trial by Jury, the Ilaneas Corpns .
the Liberty of the Pres., 1L freedom of Speech,
the National Right, of Person, and the Right, of
Property mu.t be preserved - Extract ftoni Gen.
Hancock", letter npoo tukicg charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
elf a. a candidate at the en.ulri! November
lection, for the office of County Attorney for the
county of Alexander, Illinoi.. ANGUS LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLERK. -We are authorized to an
Bounce that ALEX. U. 1RV1N will be acandl
date at the entiling November election for the
office of circuit clerk lu Alexander county.
T?OR SHERIFF We arc authorized to announce
that Mr. JOHN lloliuEs wllin a candidate
for re-election to the off.ee of Sheriff, of Alexandra
county, at the next November election, tubject
only to the vote of the people at the polls.
All Hancock and English campaign clubs and
other organization, which sni.nort the Democratic
candidate., are requested to send to W. II, Bnrntim.
chairman national Lieuiocrallc committee, 1 Filth
veuue. New York.
let. The name and.locatlou of their cirjsnlza-
Ud. A .tatemcnt of ihe number of member, en.
8d. The name, of officers.
4th. Account, of meetings held,
6th. Report, every week during the caniti:gn
v of the number and Increase of membership, with
. ne condition and prorpect. or the cunvas. .
DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETINGS
1 "Will be held at the following 'times
. : Murphysboro, Mouday, September 15th.
Chester, Randolph county, Tuesduy,
DuQuoin, Friday, September 3d'
Msrion, Williamsuu county, Saturday
Pulski s,I'ulaskl county, Saturday,' Sep
Hon. Win. llartzell, Dcmocraticcandidate
for Congress; Hon. M. C. Crawford, Dis
trict Elector; Hon. W. J. Allen, Elector for
the State at Largo; Hon. Jno. II. Obcrly,
Candidate for Secretary of State; Gen.
Cliarles J. Black, and other distinguished
speakers will attend the Mass Meetings
and address tho Teoplc. The speakers
who will certainly speak ut each meeting
will be named in small liaud bills 'several
days before tho meetings.
Wm. II. Green.
Chairman of Democratic Congressional
R. Friganza, Secretary.
"When Gea. Garfield, alter a big speech
in an Ohio town the other day, called up
the beys to take a "smile," there was only
one man who didn't instantly respond. He
was cn the point of being arrested as an
active promoter of southern outrages, when
it was suddenly, discovered that he was a
Republican and deaf and dumb.
Wiiile General Hancock is resting quiet
ly at Governor's Island, calmly awaiting
the issue of the campaign, the Republican
candidate is stumping it over the country,
exhibiting himself at every opportunity,
and impressing the masses with a dismal
sense of his restlessness and yearning for
Til E first woman ever nominated for a
State office is Miss Sarah E. Brown, of
Douglass county, Kansas. Miss Brown is
the present school superintendent of
Douclass county, and on Monday last she
was nominated by the Democratic conven
tion at Kansas City for State superinten
dent of instruction. A number of promi
nent names were before the convention,
iut Sarah received the nomination by an
overwhelming majority. It is thought
that her candidacy will have the effect of
inducing a.number of noted suffragists to
move Kansaswards, in which case the can
vass will be likely to assume a lively hue.
Chicago can't be regarded as a paradise
for showmen. By a late ordinance she
compels the manutacturers of public amuse
ment to drop $230 in her treasury for every
circus performance; 50 per day for every
side show, and $ 23 for the concert follow
ing the regular ring performance As a
matter of course, the showmen are loud
andbitterin their complaint, and it is prob
able that many of them will give the lake
side city a wide berth during the coming
season. By-and-by an overwhelming dis
trust of Chicago will creep into the heart of
every one who is not already distrustful and
then the directory will make the town more
populous than ever.
And now comes a Paris paper and mukts
the astonishing statement that Dr. Tanner
is a clever imposter, and that the American
public has been most egregiously gulled.
According to this journal, which professes
to have received ample proof of the fact
from American letters, the supposed water
which the doctor drank was not water, but
liquid wafer, or mate, a beverage of South
America, well known for its life-sustaining
properties. It won't do, gentlemen. No
French paper can pull down our plucky
little old doctor in this sort ot style. The
sensation-loving inhabitants of the United
States are too proud of the only original
Tanner for such accusations as these to
have any weight.
Florida is the only southern state which
the Republican managers have any hope of
carrying this fall. Relying upon the state
ments of Ex-Senator Conover and other Re
publican politicians of the state, they in
tend to send plenty of money and some of
their best stump speakers time. It is
more than probable, however, that they are
mistaken in their calculations. Senator
Jones, in an interview published in the
Indianapolis Sentinel a day or two ago, said
that there was no doubt that the state
would give a majority, though not a large
one, for Hancock and Ecgliah. He has
lived in the state, he says, for thirty years
and has correspondents in every part of it.
He has information which he regards as re
liable that the Democratic party in every
county is united und enthusiastic. That
being the case, the senator has no doubt
about how the state will vote in Novem
ber. Tho who believed that Garfield will be
elected are men of positively no observa
tion. He stands no show.
The south, will cast 138 votes against
New York will ca.it S.') votes against
New Jersey will cat-t 0 votes aguiust
Connecticut will cast 0 votes against
Indiana will cast i.j vote against
Illinois will cast 21 votes against him.
Ohio will cast 22 votes atiust him.
Maine will cast 7 votes nguiust linn.
California, Oiegon, Colorado, und per
haps Massachusetts, Nevada and "Wis.
cousin, will cast 4:j more votes against
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
VnuiisiANs don't seem to tako the inter
est in tho Patrick Henry family that they
did in former days. Agrcut-grand-daughter
of tho once eloquent, but now silent Patrick,
Mrs. Emma Young, is ill and in creat des
titution at Washington. Her mother, who
died a few days ago, was tho wi.low of
Patrick Henry, a grandson of the great
Patrick. He was a Unionman in the confed
erate lines during the war, and lost all his
property. At the close of the war tho fam
ily went to Washington, where the lather
died seven years ago, and tho husband of
Mrs. Young about two years ago. The
lder widew obtained employment for a
short while in the agricultural department,
but the position was not permanent, and
the family were in want when she died.
Mrs. young has broken down completely
under her troubles and is confined to her
bed.cntircly dependent upon charity. If
Virginians really feel any pride in their
departed orator, they now have an oppor
tunity of giving it a solid manifesta
tion. When the committee to investigate the
exodus of negroes from southern to northern
states were preforming their duty they
called Gen. Conway to the stand, when the
following occurred :
"Question : Do you know of tiny effort
to colonize anv state with ncgroe voters?
Answer: I have been trying to carry In
diana by their aid. I wanted to see the
Democrats beaten and wanted the necroes
to go there (to Indiana) and help do it.
On page 7, Mills, chairman of the Repub
lican committee, says: 'The exodus
movement of the colored men to In
diana is a political movement of the
Republican party. e intend to carry
Indiana with the aid ot the negro vote.
We intend to bring eight thousand of them
into the state in time to vote next lal!, and
will place them in the close congressional
districts and in the close counties. hile
it is rather expensive to the party, it is
cheaper than to buy votes on the day of
election, as we have always been compelled
It was also Ehown that New, the chair
man of the Indiana Republican State Cen
tral committee, was co-operating with these
parties in this infamous business which they
are now attempting to carry out.
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Appleton's Readers were declined as a
gift by the St. Louis board August 24,
I860, by the decisive vote of seventeen to
seven. Thu9 emphatically were these
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TUESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 7, 1880.
4 IJJUNISTRATOR'B BALE OF REAL ES
Public notice I. hereby civeu that by virttio of a
Judmeut and order of the county court of Alexan
der couuty, Ulluoln, mude andentured at tbo.iimo
term theioof, A. 1). lem.in acau.o wherein Eliza
J. Twente. adminlstratr! of the e.tateof Alexander
Twuntv. deceased, wa. plulutiil'.nnd Ida C, Tweuto,
Amos A. Tweuto.Asa 1). Twente, Artur II. Twente,
Kzni J. Tweutn, John H, Clark, Franklin Uitt and
William Toibert. were defendant., for tho sale of
real estate to pay tho debt, of the said Alexander
Twente, lecir.ed, I, the undersigned, udmlui.
tniirix u. aforesaid, will cm Wednesday,
the ith cloy of September, 1SH), at eleven
o'clock a. m., ut the frout door of tho court
house iu Cairo in' said Alexander cotirty, pro
ceed to sell ut public sale, to tho hlthest bidder
the following described real estate, free und clear
ol the dower of the uuderslKUcd at widow ol thu
liald deceased, namely :
The undivided live-sixth. (5-ti) of the southeast
quarter, of the northwest quarter, and of the tout h
west quarter of tho northwe.t quarter, of auction
twetitv-ilvo iSSiln township flftevu. south ruinjo
No. three (S) west of Uie third principal meridian
iu siiid Alexander county, tor the purpose ol pay
tuir the debt, of .aid estate.
The term, of sale are, otic-fciilf cash down, and
the balance in one year with note, and also inort
E:ii;e on the real estate .old to secure the deferred
payment; said note, to benr Interest at the rate of
six per cent. ELIZA J. TWENTE.
Cairo. 111., Au'. M0.
Whereas. V. Marion Lawrence an I Evallne Law
rence hi. wile, did, bv their deed of trust beariiig
ilato Juno it, A. D. ", .. and recorded in the re
corder's office of Alexander county, Illinois. Julyl.
A. 1) lfTy iu Ro.ik "ij" of Tiust Deeds. on paue 34 i.
convey to the undersigned trustee, the following
real estate fit'.iatein county of Alexar.derand State
of Iliiunls, to-wit: The southeast quarter of the
northwest quarter, and the northeast quarter of the
southwest quarter, all of tectum thirty-four i:K
township fourteen (Hi, ranee twat J). west of third
principal meridian, in trust to secure the payment
of a certain promissory note in .aid deed of trust
described; and whereas, default has been made in
the payment ol said note, which said note remains
long since past duo and unpaid. Now. therefore,
on appliuatiou of the let'al holder of said tote no
tire it herehv jjiven. that the underpinned trw-tee
will, on .Monday tui -.'Tui iuv or m.itmbeii. A.
D. lv). at the doqr of the court Louse. In said Al
exander county and State ol M.nois. at t'.e honrof
J o'clock p. m. of .aid day, offer for sale and sell
at public auction to the highest bidder, fur rash, the
above derribed real estate to pav and sutitly the
amount of principal and Interest due upon said
I.LIAM UULEN, Trustee.
Cairo, lu... August ', 1?
J EGAL NOTICE.
State of Illinois Alexander County ss.
In the circuit court of Alexander county, Sep
tember term. 1"0.
City National Rank of Cairo vs. Caroline E. Mor
ris in her own ris'ut. and as execa'rix of Wm. H.
Morris, deceased : Carrie W Morris. Fredericks.
'orris. Charles II. Morris and SLirstu-rite E. Mor
ris. Bill To foreclose mortgage.
Notice is hereby civeu of the pendency ol the
above suit, and that the time and pare ol the return
of summon, in the case is on the first day ol the next
terra of said conrt. to be bolder, at the court house
In the Citv of Cairo in said Couutv. on th third
Monday of September Lext. JOllN A. REEVE
Clerk of said Court.
Cairo. Ills . August b'th. If1.
Green & Gilbert. Solicitors for Complainant.
State of Illinois. Alexander i"onnty-ss.
Iu the Cm uit Court of Alexander County. Sep
tember term is.!.
Peter Conrad vs Matthew J . Hyan Debt In
attachment. Demand $.!. 35.
The above named defendant is lierchy notified of
the pendancy of the above attachment, at the .uit
nf Peter Courad.against-thP estate of Matthew J.
Ryan, for the sum ol f J.! ':;e.SV und before the above
named court now pending; and that unless said de
fendant shall appear, give bail and plead within the
time limited for his appearance in snchcf.se, to
wit: on or before the third day of the September
term of said court, tobeholdenat the court house
1n .aid county on the the third Monday of Septem
ber, l..inUrment will be entered, 8Ld the estate
eo attached will be sold.
JOHN A. REEVE.
Clerk of said Court.
Cairo, lil.. Augusfj-th, ly.
Green A Gilbert. Au.
State of r.linois. Alexander County ss
In the Circuit Court of Alexander Conn'y, Sep
tember term. I .
The Citv National Rank of Cairo vs. Matthew J.
Ryan Debt Iu attaei mem. Demand S,; 11.
The above named defendant Is hereby notified of
the pendancy of the above attachment at the .uit
of the City Satic.i.al Kankol Cairo aga'nst the es
tate of Matthew i. Hyan for the sum of $'vi.ll. and
before tiie above named conrt now pending; and
that unie." said delendant shall appear, give bail
and plead within the time limited tor his appear
ance in such rase, to-wit: on or before the third
day o the September term of said court, to be
hidden ut the court hou-e in said county on the
third Monday of September Ir-x'. judgment w ill he
entered-, and the estate so a'tai hi d wi:i be old.
JOHN A REEVE,
Clerk of said Co'irt.
Cairo. IU.. August 2Mb.
.re.-n fc Gilbert. Attys.
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Assets, $38,000,000. .
The Popularity of the Equitable Life Assurance Society,
imlicateil by the fact that for Eleven year its average an
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rule never to take advantage of technicalities where an
equitabje claim exists.
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companies, the Equitable makes ALL ITS POLICIES, old and
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After the policy has been in force for three rears.
"The Equitable Life has paid since its onran
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closed its hooks upon that date without a con
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The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the firt to in
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FIRST The Equitable has a larger ratio ot assets to lia
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SECOND The Equitable saved more of its income last year
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The Sodety takM jilpimn u in lclVrrinsr to the following well known nshu
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ADVISORY HOARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
TIJOH IV HALLIDAY, Cashier City Natlbuil
FRAJJK L. (iALI'iIlER, Ctiro City mill..
J. M. PHILLIPS), Pre.ldcnt nalllday & Phillip.
PAVLU. bCIJUH, Wholesale and retail drug
WILLIAM STRATTON, of Stratum
WALTON W. WRIGHT, of (i. D. Wllllam.on.
& Co., Boat Store, and Commission merchant.
FRANK nOWE. of C. M. Howe A Brot.
vision, and produce.
ERNEST B. TETT1T, Groceries, quecDfwaro
For any Information or Insurance apply o any Member of
the above Board or to
E. A. BURNETT, Agent.
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W. N. CRAINE, General Manrurer for Illinois, Iowa, NelKanka, and tlio
Territories, lt) Dearborn Street, Chicago.
of the United States.
and to counteract the perni
insuracc to a degree before
SIMPSON H . TAKER, of Taber Bro.., mar.ii
facturiugjeweler.. WILLIAM 1). LirPET, Assi.t ant postmaster.
W. E. (JOllLSON.Dry uoodf, fancy good, anil
THUS 8. TARR, (ieneral mcrclinndl.e and
lu in her.
JACOB BURGER, of Burger Bro.. dry good,
JOHN SPROAT, Proprietor "Sproal'. Refrig
GEO. .LENTZ, Superintendent Cairo City
nERRERT MACK1E, of A. Mnckiu JS Co.'t