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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 11, 1890.
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National Democratic Ticket.
TVIXFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
of Pennsylvania. '
WILLIAM II. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS,
of Clay County.
For Sccretaay of State,
JOnN II. OBERLY,
of Alexander County.
ef St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
For Congress, 1Mb 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.
"The right of Trial by Jury, the Ilabeas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Rights of Persons and tho Rights of
Property must be preserved. -Extract from Gen.
Hancock's letter upon taking charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announco my
self as a candidate at the ensnlng November
election, for the office of County Attorney for the
county of Alexander, Illinois. ANGUS LEEK.
rUKCUIT CLEKK.-We are authorized to an-
nounce that ALEX. U. IKVIN will be acahdl
flute at the ensuing November election for the
office of circuit clerk In Alexander county.
T0R 6nERIFF-Were authorised to annonnce
thatMr. JOHN HODGES will he a candidate
for re-election to the ofllce of Sheriff, of Alexandre
county, at the next November election, subject
only to the vote of the people at the pulls .
All Hancock and English campaign clubs and
other organizations which support the Democratic
candidates, are requested to send to W. II. Hsrntun,
chairman national Democratic committee, iw Fifth
venae,' New York.
1st. The name and location or their organiza
tion. M. A statement of the number of members en
rolled. 3d . Tho names of officers.
4th. Accounts of meetings held.
5th. Report, every week during the campaign,
f the number and Increase of membership, with
the condition and prospects of tho canvas s.
ubjnuutATu; mass meetings
Will be huld at the following times
Pulski ,Pulaski county. Saturday.' Sen-
Murpbysboro, Monday, September 15th.
linn Wm llrtf.l! riinvirriilipiorwl;,ln(n
lor congress; uon. ju, j, crawioru, jjib
trict Elector; Hon. W. J. Allen, Elector for
the State at Large; Hon. Jno. H. Obcrly,
Candidate for Secretary of State; Geo.
Charles J. Black, and other dibtinguielied
speakers will attend tho Mass Meetings
and address tho People. Tho speakers
who will certainly speak at each meeting
will bo named in small hand bills several
days bcloro tho meetings.
Chairman of Democratic
It. Friauza, Secretary.
Appleton's Readeis were declined as a
gift by tho St. Louis board August
1880, by tho decisive vote of seventeen to
seven. Thus emphatically' wero these
books refused as a gift in tho homo of their
THE LAST DITCH.
Albert Talmer, a life-long Republican of
Massachusetts, said in a speech delivered at
a Democratic meeting iu Boston last week
"What of the crv lor purity? What of
that gallant bund of sturdy who went out to
Chicago demanding a candidate without a
stain,' and returned Homo swinging tneir
huts for Garfield? The shield ol public
nuritv is a knightly thin'', but who shall
hide from tho gaze of the American pco
pie the black bar sinister of Credit Mobilier
and De Golver corruption? Surely tho
skirts ot their Cicsar were whiter than tho
bcdracrired mantle of the man whom his
own party, through the mouth of a con
eressional committee and tho columns of
its own press, has pilloried iu the samo pil
lory with Schuyler Colfax ! We may even be
pardoned for believing that the grim Mul
liffan, and his letters would not have cast
a darker shadow upon the man of magnet
ism than tho ominous memorandum book
from whoso leaves Oaken Ames, though
dead, yet speakcth with convincing truth
and eloquence. Small wonder that they tell
us wo must not discuss the candidates, but
what they represent. Time was when
their candidates could bear discussion as
well as their platforms. To-day they beg
us not to consider Garfield at all, but think
of what ho stands for. Tins is quite in the
vein of the old parson who knew that his
practice was not equal to his precept, and
got up, with his eyes full of tears, his
heart full of contribution, and his pockets
stuffed with the proceeds of his specula'
tions, and blubbered out to his congrega'
tion, 'My beloved brethren, don't think ot
me, don't pay any attention to me, don't do
as 1 uo, but do as 1 tell you.'
Such is the last ditch ot the onco proud
THE HUSBAND WHO JOINED ALLTnE SECRET
She was about forty-livo years old,
well-drc6scd, had black hair, rather thin
and tinged with gray, and eyes in which
gleamed the fires of a determination not
easily balked. She walked into Major
Iluse s uthce, in ratten s block, and re
quested a private interview, and having ob
tained, and satisfied herself that the law
students were not listening at the key-hole,
said, Blowly, solemnly and impressively :
"1 want a divorce."
'What for? I supposed you had ono of
the best husbands," said the major.
"I s'pose that is what everybody
thinks, but if they knew what I've suf
fered in ten years, they'd wonder I hadn't
scalded him long ago. 1 ought to, but for
the sako of the young ones I've borne it
and said nothing. I'vo told him, though,
what ho might depend on, and now tho
time's come. I won't stand it, young ones
or no young ones; I'll have a divorce, and
if tho neighbors want to blab themselves
hoarse about it they can, for I won't stand
it another day."
"Rut wlmt s tho matter? Don t
husband provide tor you? Don't ho
you kindly?" pursued the lawyer.
"Wo get victuals enough, and I
know but he's as true and kind as men in
general, and he's never knocked none of
us down. I wish ho had, then I'd get him
into jail and kuow where ho was nights,"
retorted tho woman.
"Then what's your complaint against
"Well, if you mustknow, he's one of them
"A jiner ono of them pesky fools that's
always jining something. There can't
nothing como along that's dark and sly
and hidden, but he'll jino it. If anybody
should get up a society to burn his house
down, he'd jino it just as soon as he could
get in, and if ho had to pay for it, he'd go
all the suddencr. We hadn't been married
moro'n two mouths before ho jined tho
Kuow Nothings. Wo lived on a larm, then,
and every Saturday night he'd como teariu'
in before supperj grab a fistful of nutcakes
and go oil gnawiu' 'em, and that's tho last
I'd see of him till morning. And every
other night he'd roll and tumble in his bed,
and holler in his sleep: Tut noue but
Americana on guard, Georgo Washington;'
and rainy days he would go out in the corn
barn and jab at a picture of tho Popo
with an old bagnet that was there. I
ought to put my foot down then, but he
fooled me so with his lies about the Pope's
coming to make all tho Yankee girls mar
ry Irishmen, and to eat up all the babies
that warn't born with a cross on their fore
heads, that I let him go on and encouraged
him iu it.
"Then he jined the Masons. P'raps you
know what them be, but I don't, 'ceptthey
think they aro the baiuo kind of critters
that built Solonum'B temple and took care of
his concubines; and of all tho darned non
sense and gab about worshipful masters
and square and compasses and sich
like that wo had in tho house for
the next six months, you never Beo
'the beat. And he'sneveroutgroweditnuther.
What do you think ot a man, squire,
that'll dress himself in a white apron, 'bout
big enough for a monkey's bib; and go
marching up and down, and making
motions, and talking the foolisliest lingo at
a picture of Oeorge Washington in a green
jacket, and a truss on his stoinack) Ain't
he a loonytiek? Well, that's my Sam, and
I've stood it us long as I'm agoia' to.
"The next lungii tho fool made was into
the Odd Fellows. I mado it warm
for him when he como home and told mo
ho'd jined them, but he kinder pacified mo
by telling mo they had a sort of branch
show that took in women, and ho'd get mo
in as soon as ho found out how to do it.
Well, ono night he como homo and said
I'd been proponed, and somebody bad
black-balled me. Did it hissolf, ot course.
Didn't want mo around knowing to his
goings on. Of course, ho didn't and I
told him so.
"Then ho .lined tho Sons of Malter.
Didn't say nothing to mo about it, but
sneaked off ono night, pretendin' ho'd got
t j sot up with a sick Odd Feller, and I'
never found it out, only he come home
lookin' like a man that had been through
thrashing-machine, and I wouldn't do
thing tor mm tin no owned up. And so
it'sgono from bad to wus, and from wus to
wusser, jiniir this, and Jhat and t other,
till he's Worship Minister of the Masons,
and Goodness of Hope of tho Odd Fellows,
and Sword Swullower of tho Finnegans,
and Virgin Cerus of tho Grange, and
Grand Mogul ot the Sons of Indolence
and Two-edged Tomahawk of tho United
Order of Black Men, and Tale Bearer ot
tho Merciful Manikins, and Skipper of tho
Guild Caratrine ColuinbuB, and Big Wizard
ot tho Arabian knights, and Pledgo Pass
cr of tho Reform Club, and Chief Bulger
of tho Irish Mechanics, and I'urso Keepe
of tho Order ot the Canadian
Conscience, and Double Barrelled
Dictator of the Knights of tho
Brass Circles, and Standard Bearer
of the Royal Archangels, and Sublime Porto
of Onion League, and Chambermaid of tho
Celestial Cherubs, ond Puissant Potentate
of tho Petrified Pig Stickers, and tho Lord
only knows what else. I vo borno it ant
borno it, lioptrr he'd get 'em all lined afte
a while, but 'taint no use, and when he'd
got into a new one, and been mado Grand
Guide of the Nights of Horror, I told him
I'd quit, and I will."
IIre the Major interrupted, saying;
Well, your uusband is pretty well ini
tiated, that's a fact; but tho court will
hardly call that good cause for divorce. The
most of the societies you mention are com
posed of honorable men, and have
excellent reputations. Many of them
though called lodges, are relief associa
tions and mutual insuranco companies,
which, if your husband should die, would
take care of you, and would not see you
sutler it you were sick."
"Sec me suffer when I m sick! Take
care of mo when he's dead ! Well I guess
not; I can take care of myself when he's
dead, and it I can t, I can get another
There's plenty of 'em. And they needn't
bother themselves when I'm sick, either.
11 1 want to be sick and suiter, it s none
of their business! especially after all the
suftenn' I vo had when I ain t sick, be
cause of their carryin s on. And you
needn't try and make me believe it's all
right, either. I know what it is to live
with a man that jines so many lodges that
he don't never lodge at home, and signs
his name, ' i ours truly, Sam Smitn, 31. M.,
I. O. O. F., K. O. B., K. of P., P. of II. It.
A. II., 1. 1. P., K. of X., N. C, L. E. T., II.
E.R., R. J. P., X. T. Z., etc.
Oh, that s harmless amusement, ' re
marked Mr. Iluse. ,
She looked him square m the eye, and
"I believe you are a jiner yourself."
He admitted that he was, to a certain ex
tent, and she arose and said ;
I wouldn't have thought it. A man
like you, chairman of a Sabbath-school and
superintendent of the Republicans! It's
enough to make a woman take poison. But
I don't want anything of you. I want a
lawyer that don't belong to nobody or
And she bolted out ot the office, and in
quired where Captain Patten kept. Mod
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More fiiod and less medicine, more of
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Baron Liebig, when he perfected tho com
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Oken Catijn, 49 Tearl street, Buffalo,
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friends) taking Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure, and is to-day a strong man and
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school, and just rainy enough to go fishing.
They were clever Chemists who discovered
and compounded Spring Blossom, Sovereign
euro for Dyspepsia and derangement of tho
Stomach. Paul G. Schuh, agent.
Toast,- "May we never want a friend, or
a bitftlo to give him" a bottle of Dr. Thom
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Bums, Scalds, etc. Paul G. Schuh, agent.
ADMINISTRATOR'S BALK OF RKAL ES
Public notice Is herehy given that by virtue of a
Judgment and order of the comity court of Alexan
der county, Illinois, made and entered at the June
term thereof, A. D, 1(WI, In a cause wherein Eliza
,1. Twente. administratrix of tho estateof Alexander
Twentu, deceased, was plaintiff, and Ida C. Twenio
Amos A. Twentu, Asa I). Twentu. Artur II. Twente
Ezra J. Twente, John If, Clark, Franklin Hitt and
William Tolbert, wero defendants, for tho sale of
real estate to pay the duliis of the said Alexander
Twente, uuccabed, I, thu undersigned, adniluis
tratrix as aloresald. will ou Wednesday,
me vna uny oi Boptoniner, jmsu, at elevc
o'clock a. in., at the front door of tho com
house iu culro In said Alexumlcr court v. pro
ccedeo sell nl public sale, to the highest bidder
the following described real estate, Iree aud clear
olthe (lower of the undersigned us widow of tho
said deceased. namely:
The undivided rtvo-slxths (Ml) of the southeast
quarter, oi me northwest quarter, ana of the south
west quarter of the northwest quarter, of section
twenty-live (!i:)ln township fifteen, south rungo
No. three west of Die third principal meridian
In said Alexander county, lor the purpose of puy
In1.' the debts of said eetutu.
The terms of sale are. nre-balf each down, and
the balance in ono 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, hl.IZA J. TWENTE,
Cairo, ill., Aug, 30, ISM).
Whereas, K. Marlon Lawrence and Evaliue Law
rence his wile, did, by their deed of trust bearing
mite june m, a. u. iiU, una recorded in there
corder's office of Alexnuder countv, Illinois. Julvl
A. 1). 187H In Book "j" of Tru-t Deeds.on page 8-13,
convey to tho undersigned trustee, the following
real estate situate In county of Alexander aud Suite
of Illinois, to-wit: The southeast quarter of the
iiuiuiwem quarter, unoino northeast quarter ormo
southwest iiuarter. all of section tblrtv lour laii.
township fourteen (H), range two(ii), west of third
principal meridian, in trust to secure the payment
ui a curiam promissory note in said (teed or trust
described; and whereas, default has been made in
the payment ol said note, which said note remains
loug since past due and unpaid. Now, therefore,
on application of the legal holder of said note no
tice is hereby given, that the undersigned trustee
will, on Monday tux sHth day or Skitemukii. A.
D. 1880, at tho door of the court house. In said Al
exander county and State of Illinois, at the hourof
xociocgp. m. or said uny, otrer lor sale and sell
at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, tho
above described real estate to pay and satisfy the
amount of principal and Interest due upon said
note. M1I.1.1A.M ULL&a, Trustee,
Cairo, III., August, ibjf.i,
State of Illinois, Alexander 'onntv-ss.
In tho Circuit Court of Alexander Countv.
icmner term imi.
Pe'er Conrad vs Matthew J. Ryan Debt In
attachment. Demand 2.!s.35.
The above named defendant Is hereby notified of
ine peuuancv oi the anove attachment, at the suit
of I'eter Conrad, against the estate of Matthew J.
Mvan, for the sum or giWiB.sri. and before the above
named court now pending; and that unless said de
fendant shall appear, give bail and plead wlthu the
ume limited lor hi
lis appearance in such case, to-
wit: on or before the third day of the September
term of said court, lobe holden at the court house
In said county on the the third Mondav of Septem
ber, ISHii, Judgment will be entered, and the estate
so attached will be sold.
JOHN A. REEVE.
Clerk of said Court.
Cairo, III.. August J' th, ibso.
(ireeu A Gilbert, Altvs.
State of Illinois. Alexander County ss
In the Circuit Court of Alexander Countv
temncr Term. is- .
The City National Bank of Cairo vs. MatthewJ.
Ryan Debt In attachment. Demand 4 11 .
1 he above named defendant s hereby not tied of
the pendancy of the above attachment at the suit
of the City National Rank ol Cairo against the es
tate ef Matthew J. Kyun for the sum of $tW4.U,and
before the above named court now pending; and
that unless said defendant shall appear, cive bail
and plead within tho time limited for his appear
ance in such case, to-wit: on or before the third
day oi the September term of snld court, to be
holden at the court house in said county on the
third Mondav of September lSs. ludement will be
entered, and the estate so attached will he sold.
JOHN A. REEVE.
Clerk of said Court.
Cairo. Ills.. August itltb, 1KW.
Green 4 Gilbert. Attys.
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only Lino llunnin
From Cairo, 1
Making Dikkct Connection
Thai ns Leave Caiko:
Arriving In St. Louis 9:45 a.m. i Chicago, R::)n p.m. ;
Connecting at Odin aud Efllnghani for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis uud points East.
11 :K) a.m. St. IouIh mid "NWwtorn
Arriving in St. Louis T :0." p. in., and connecting
tor ail points west.
4:0 p.m. Past Kxprrss.
for St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10:10 p.m., and Chicago 7:20 a m.
4:20 p.m. Cincinnati KxproKH.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 7:30
a m,; Indianapolis 4:00 a.m. rassengers ny
this train reach the above points to 3(j
liOl'KS In advance of any other route.
r?i-The4:2n p. m. express hs PULLMAN
M.KEl'INti CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to St. Louis and
Fafit Time East.
PiccDiirrmw h' tui llne go through to Kast.
I d!5.SLIJj;tl t.rn points without any delay
isea ny Minauy intervening. I ne Saturday aiter-
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
morning at 10:. Thirty-six hours in advance of
auy other route.
f-flTor throneh tickets and further Information.
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Dep'ot, Cairo.
JAs. JOHNSON. J. n. JONES,
ien. Southern Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. II. HANSON, lien. I'ass, Agent. Chicago.
CAIRO fc ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. W. SMITH KItS. Roopiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Express leaves Cairo 9:10a m.
Through Express arrives at E. St. Louis.. &:4fp.m.
through fcxpress leaves h. St. Louis.... 'J:ii.m.
Through Express arrives at Cairo 5 : 1 11 p m.
Murphysboroaccommodatlorileaves Cairo 1 :W p.m.
Muphyshoro Acc. arrlves.at Murpbysboro 7 :' p.m.
Murphyshoro Acc. leaves Munihysboro .. 5:oua.m.
Murpbysboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11 :U5a m.
The Cairo St. Lonls Rail Road Is the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, therefore there are no delays at
way stations awaiting connections from other lines.
Close and sure connections at St. Louis with other
lines for North, East aud West
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TABLE OK I'ASFENOEIt TIt.VI.N8 FROM
VI.NCENNES (Nov. 30, lsT'J.)
2 Day Express (Except Sunday).... 1 :30 p. m.
6 Epress (Except Suudayj..-. l::).rp. m.
4 Night Express (Daily) U;3Ua. in.
5 Express (Except Sundav) 6:0S a. m.
1 Diiv Express (Except Sundav).... 8:. Mi 0. in.
'i Night Express (Dally) 1 :l5 a. m.
J. K. Clahk,
C, 8. Cone, Jb.,
Gen. Ticket Ag't Cincinnati
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -V151! STATES.
On and after Monday. June 7th, and nntll lurthcr
notice the ferryboat will make trips as follows:
Foot Fourth st.
7:30 a. m.
11::) a. m.
2:30 p. m.
K a. m.
10 a. m.
3 p. m
7:00 a. m.
11 :00 a. m.
:00 p, ra.
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