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TVIXFIELD SCOTT HAXC0CK.
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH. '
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS,
of Clay County.
For Secretaayof State,
JOHN II. OBERLY,
of Alexander County.
LOUIS O. STARKEL,
ef St. Clair County.
of Wiuncbago County.
For Congress, 1Mb district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator of the 50th district,
WM. A. LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
I). T. LISEGAR,
of Alexander county.
of Union county.
"Tub right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Rights of Persons and the Rights of
Property must be preserved. -Extract from Gen.
Hancock's letter upon taking charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
self as a candidate ut the ensuing November
election, lor the office of County Attorm y for the
county ot Alexander, Illinois. ANGUS LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLERK. We are authorized to an
nouncf that ALEX. 11 1RV1N will bo acumtl
date at the ensuing November election for the
office of circuit clerk in Alexander couuty.
1X)R BIIERIKF-Wc arc authorized to anuonnco
- that Mr. JOHN HODUEM will be a candidate
or re-election to the office of Sheriff, of Alexandre
County, at tho next November election, subject
(inly to the vote of the people at the polls.
All Hancock and English campaign clubs and
other organisations which support the Democratic
candidates, are requested to scud to W, 11, Ilnrmim,
chairman national Democratic commit tec, lis I'lllli
veuuo. New York,
1st. The name and location of their organisa
tion. id . A statement of the number of members en
rolled. 8d . Tho names of officers.
. 4th. Accounts of meetings held.
(Mh. Report, every week during tho campaign,
ot the number aud Increase of membership, with
me condition ana prospects or the canvass.
DEMOCRATIC MA!S MEETINGS
will be held at the following times
and places :
Murphyeboro, Monday, September 15th.
Hon. Win. Ilartzull, 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 State; Gen
Charles J. Dlatk, and other distinguished
poakcrs will attend tho Mass Meetings
. . I I
and address tho People. Tho speakers
who will certainly speak at each meeting
will bo named in small hand bills several
days before the meeting.
111 Jl. VJltUU
Chairman of Democratic
R. Friiranza, Secretary.
A GIFT DECLINED.
Appleton's Headers were declined ns a
gift by tho St. Louis board August 24,
1880, by tho decisive vote of seventeen to
seven. Thus emphatically wcro these
books refused as a gift in tho home of their
Brick Pomehoy is publishing a paper at
Denver, Colorado, and until Weaver went
to Alabama, he was a strong backer of
Greenbnckism. Now romeroy is lor Han
cock and in defense of his changed opinion
says : "There is no question but Weaver
has sold out to tho Republican party and
Greenbackcrs can no longer consistanly sup
portbim; that there is nothing to hope
from Garfield, and that the best thing for
Grecnbackers to do is to Bupport Gen. Han
cock, who is free from political cliques and
whose honesty is unquestioned." Pomeroy
then sails into Weaver in his usual style
and concludes with an urgent appeal for
Hancock, predicting his election.
'There is no man to-day officially con
nected with the administration of our na
tional government against whom arc justly
preferred more or graver charges of corrup
tion than are publicly made and also abun
dantly sustained against J. A. Garfield."
Resolution of the Republican convention,
19th Ohio District.
"We arraign and denounce hira for his
corrupt connection with Credit Mobilier,
for his false denials before his constituents,
for his perjured denials thereof before a
committee of his peersin congress, for fraud
upon his constituents in circulating among
them a pamphlet purporting to set forth tho
findings of said committee, and the evi
dence against him, when, in fact, material
portions thereof were omitted and gar
bled." Ohio Republican resolution, Sept.
The Chicago Times has the following to
say in reference to persons, who allow
their political opinion to break in physical
violence : "The Times has criticised such
demonstrations of the barbarian method in
politics, occurring in Mississippi, with much
severity. From its high standpoint ot im
partial justice, the severity of criticism is
due to like manifestations of the barbar
ous nature in men wheresoever they appear.
These observations are therefore called for
by the recent acts of violence at Washing
ton and Michigan City, Indiana, and El
The first case was plainly a case of po
litical assassination, though the victim was
not the one intended by the assassin. The
account says that while a street procession
ot Hancock men was passing, a negro,
standing on the sidewalk, drew a revolver
and fired at a young Irishman in the pro
cession, lhe bullet missed the HaucocK
man at whom it was aimed, and killed a
Garfield man, named Perry Wilson, on the
other side of the street.
The other cases of barbarism were less
deadly. That which was commited at
Mi higan City also appears to have boon
the work of negroes, whoso violence was
limited to hurling missiles at a citizen's
house, firing pistols, and emitting much
blasphemous language on account of a ban
ner, displaying the names ot Hancock and
English, on the citizen's premises. The
same gang of Congo barbarians are said to
have afterward attacked the premises of a
German beer-vender doing considerable
damage to his property. In this case, also,
thtfoftense of the victim eeems tohavo been
lis preference for Hancock over Garfield as
a presidential candidate. The performance
of the Garfield club at El Paso, Illinois,
appears to have betn the northern counter
part of the performance of the Hancock
musicians at Kizer Hill, Alabama, who
suppressed with their hideous murder of
harmony the Greenback oratory ot Mr. J. 1
II. Randall. The El Paso roughs only
succeeded, however, in interrupting the
Hancock oratory of Mr. Shaw, not in sup
All these manifestations of violence were
the samo in kind. The assassination at
Washington, Indiana, was the exhibition
of a greater degree of barbarism than the
violent rowdyism at Michigan City, or tho
still less violent rowdyism at El Paso; that
is all of them were exhibitions of the
nature of men who are not civilized to the
degree which fitness to cxerciso the electo
ral office in a free state requires."
From our Regular Correspondent.
Washington, I). C, Sept. 8, 1880.
A friend of Senator Thurinan, who lately
left him told your correspondent that the
senator refused to express any opinion as to
the prospect in Ohio this fall. Hut lust
night u letter from tho senator to another
Washington friend was shown, in which a
prophecy of Democratic victory in tho
state iu October was made. Whilo ono of
tho best lawyers in the country, tho senator
is not, and never can bo a skillful politi
cian. The opinion about Ohio whether un
favorable to the Democracy, as in tho caso
first mentioned above, or favorable, as ex
pressed in his letter is of little account.
Thero are a hundred Democrats in Ohio who
have more knowledge of the political
machine's work than Thurman 1ms.
Many exaggerated stories arc told of "as
sessments" upon office-holders here.
More classes are probably applied to
during this year than ever before, but that
seems to be only fair if we once concede
tho propriety of collecting money from of
fice holders. Certain local organizations
here, however, have undertaken to collect
money for the good of the Republican party
at largo, ami that attempt is properly and
generally condemned. All stories of re
in oval from position because of refusal to
pay may safely bo set down as fabrications'
There are dismissals from office here every
day in the year sometimes for inefficiency
or inattention to duty, and sometimes be
cause a particular clas of work is ex
hausted, or for pther reasons but there is
no well authenticated case of "bulldozing"
under this administration.
The result of the Arkansas election creat
ed but little comment. It was expected,
of course, that the state would give a huge
Democratic majority, and the expectation
has been realized. Nor is there much in
terest centered in the Vermont election of
yesterday. The Republicans look for a ma
jority of 25,000 and a vote of about 65,000.
The principle feature of the Arkansas result
is the victory of the debt paying faction
over the repudiationists. Tho fight was
against the so-cailed Fishback amendment.
It was proposed by this to amend the state
constitution so as to prohibit the legisla
ture from making any provision for interest
or principle of certain state improvement
bonds. At the Democratic headquarters in
this city they are exchanging congratula
tions over the position taken by Arkansas.
Zenas F. Wilber, who resigned the posi
tion of examiner of interferences in the
United States patent office to attend to the
patent ' business of Edison, the
inventor, is in the city. He says that there
is now being put up in the wood around
Wenlo park, a number of lamps, and at an
early day experiments will be made which
will demonstrate fully the success of the
Edison system of electric lights. The great
difficulty, which is now being overcome, is
to get an engine suited for the purpose.
Such engines are now being built, and
when completed, Mr. Wilber says, will be
the last link necessary to complete iu detail
the Edison theory, without such an engine,
Mr. Wilber says that to light Pennsylvania
avenue with electricity it would be necessary
to lay a shcating of copper along the entire
"More food and less medicine, more of
nourishment and strength, less of the debil
itating inlluence of drugs is what our feeble
and exhausted constitutions require," said
Baron Liebig, when he perfected the com
position of the "Malt Hitters."
Oues Catlin, 4'J Pearl street, Buffalo,
N. Y.says: I have tried various remedies
for the Piles, but found no permanent relief
until I tried Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. a
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ADMINISTRATOR'S BALK OF REAL ES
TATE. l'ubllc notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
Jndgment Bnd order of tho county court of Alexan
der county, Illinois, mailo audcutered at the June
term thereof, A. 1). lfMl, In a cause wherein Eliza
J. Twente. mimluistratrix ol the estate of Alexander
Twenty, deceased, was plalntltl'. and Ida C. Twenio,
Amos A. Twentu.Awa D, Twente, Artur H. Twente,
KzroJ. Twente, John II, (.'lark, Franklin Hltt und
William Tolbert, were defendants, for the sale of
real estuto to pay the debts of the said Alexander
Twente, deceased, I, tho undersigned, adminis
tratrix as aforesaid, will on Wednesday,
the ii'.tth day of September, 18h0, at eleven
o'clock a. in., at the front door of tho court
bouse In Cairo iu said Alexander courty. pro
ceed to tell at public sale, to the highest bidder
the following' described real estate, free aud ch ar
ol'the dower of the undersigned as widow of the
said deceased. namely:
Tho undivided flve-slxtha (M) of tho southeast
quarter, of the northwest quarter, and of the south
west quarter of tho northwest quarter, of section
twentv-llvo ('J.')) in township fifteen, souili rniiu'e
No. three (:!) wast of the third principal meridian
in said Alexander county, lor the purpoe of pay
liiL' the debts of mill esiatn.
The terms of sale are. ono-balf rash dow n, and
the halance in one year with note, and also miirt
pace ou the real estate sold to secure the deferred
payment; said note to bear Interest nt the rate of
six per ceut. ELIZA J. 1 tVKNTK,
Cairo. 111., An?. 30, Isv).
Whereas, F. Marlon Lawrence and Evalino Law
rence bis wile, did, bv their deed of trust bearinc
date Juno 41, A. 1). 1HT!. and recorded Iu the re
corder's oltlee of Alexander coutitv, Illinois, Julyl,
A. D. lHT'J in Rook "(J" ofTiiist Deeds. on pace SI3.
convey to tlio underi-lnned trustee, the following
real estate situate In county of Alexander and State
of Illinois, to-wit : The southeast quarter of the
northwest quarter, and the northeast quarter of the
southwest quarter, all of section thirty -four iSK
township fourteen (1 11. ranee two(2), 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
the payment ol said note, which said note remaius
long since past due and unpaid. Now, therefore,
on application of the legal holder of said note no
tice is hereby given, that tho undcrMgucd trustee
will, on Monday Till 47th day op Skitemheu. A.
D. lSpil, at the door uf the court house. In said Al
exander county and Stale ol Illinois, at t' e hourof
.'o'clock p. m. of taidday. oflVr for sale and sell
at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, the
above described real estate to pay and satisfy the
amount of principal and Interest due upon said
note. WILLIAM HL'LEN, Trustee.
t'Aino, Iu,., August -JO, lss-i.
State of Illinois, Alexander rcunty-ss.
Iu the Circuit Court of Alexander Couuty
tember term IsSO.
Peter Courad vs Matthew J. Ryan Debt In
attachment. Demand JJ.!'3.S5.
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.
Ryan, for the sum of JU.KiS.I"). and before the above
named court now pending; andthat unless said de
fendant shall appear, give bail and plead wltb'n the
time limited for his abearance in such case, to-
wit: on or before the third day of the September
term of said court, to he holden at the court house
in said county on ine the tl'lrn .Monnar ol Septem
ber, lsso. Judgment will be entered, and the estate
so attached will be sold.
JOHN A. REEVE.
Clerk of said Court.
Cairo. 111.. August jah, Iwi.
Green & (iilhert. Ams.
State of Illinois, Alexander County ss
In the Circuit Court of Alexander County. Sep
tember term, is '.
Tho Cltv National Bank of Cairo vs. MatthewJ.
Ryan Debt In attachment. Demand Jiw-t 11.
The above named defendant is hereby notified of
the pendancy of the above attachment at the suit
of the City National Bank ot Cairo aga'nst the es
tate of Matthew J. Ryan for the sum of $W4,ll,atid
before the above named court now pending; and
that unless said defendant shall appear, give bail
and plead within the time limited for his appear
ance in such case, to-wit: on or before the third
dav oi tho September term of said court, to be
holdeuatthe court house in said county on'tlie
third Monday of September lst, judgment will be
entered, and the estate so aitsrhed will be sold.
JOHN A. REEVE.
Clerk of said Court.
Cairo. Ills.. August th, lfcw.
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Tho Only Line llnnnint?
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Traiss Leave CAmn:
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Arrlvlne In St. Louie ):V a.m. : ("hicn'O. P:fVi p.m.;
t'oniHi'tini; fit tiilinaod Ktllrifhum for Cincin
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ll:lO a.m. St. I.ouis and "NWntorn
Arrivini; Id St. I.nii( T:0.'i p. in., and connecting
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for St. Inula and Chicago, arriving at St. l.anir
10:10 p.m., iiud C'bicanu 7 :'Ji a.m.
l -:U(.) p.m. Ciiu'innati KxpwH,
Arriving at Cincinnati T : a.m.; Louisville :M
a.m.; lriianapolii 4:(J a.m. Pi;nM.'Twri by
thin train reach the above point 1 li to 3t
liOl'KS lu advance of any otter route.
Th(4:00 p. m. expr.'fK tiac PULLMAN
SLKEPINt; CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
cliatmi'ji, and through sleepers lo M. Louis and
Fast Time Knst.
P1 itMimns! thl line gothroneh to Eaut.
A ri.7CIl,t. 1 ern point without ny delay
caused bv Sunilav intervening. The Saturday afler
noon train from Cairo arrive in new York Monday
moraine at lUr.'tf. Thirty-nix hours in advanceof
any other roate,
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apply at Illinois Central Itailroad Dep'ot. Cairo.
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(ien. Southern Agent. Ticket Acnt.
A. II HANSON, Gen. l'a.s. Ajent. Chicago.
CAIRO t ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. W. SMITHP:iiS. Receiver.
SHOKTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Throuph Expre leave Cairo !:3ft.m.
Through Expre.e arrive at . St. Loul.. 5:45p.m.
Through Expra leave E. St. Louie.... !:uia.m.
Through Expre arrive at Cam 5:10p.m.
Murphyhoroaccommodat)onleavei Cairo 1 ::)0 p.m.
Muphyboro Acc. urrive t Murphy boro "!:' p.m.
Murphyboro Acc. leaves Murphysboro .. 5:00a.m.
Murphvboro Acc. arrives it Cairo 11:25a.m.
The Cairo St LonU Rail Road I the only all
Rail Koine between Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, therefore there are no delays at
way station awaiting connection from other lines.
Close and sure connection at St. Louie with other
lines for North, East and West .
J. A. NAVGLE.
L. M. JOnNSON,
qhio & Mississippi R'y.
TIME TABLE OP TAfEMiEH TRAINS FUOM
VISCENNES (Nov. 30, 1ST9.)
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' H E press i Except Suuday) 1:15 p.m.
" 4 Niht Express (Daily) V4:30a. m.
No. 5 Expre (Except Sunday).
B :05 a. m
1 Day Express (Except Sunday).. . p, ni.
" 3 Mtiht txpress (Dally) 1 : a. m,
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dllferent states and territories, bnlllinir detectlvefl
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nirunis. N . I THOM PSON &CO., Publishers,
Pine St., St. Louis, Mo.
A f fn week In your own town, $H outfit frso. No
l!)(Vlsk. Reader, if yon waul a business ut
V wx'which persons of either sex can mako grest
pay all the time thnv work, write for particulars to
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A WoNtimtHin DtsuovEitT fob Tine Laoiks.-A
supporter for woaklv ladles, thaf.ls also a perfect
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PrlcH ); can he obtained by addressing, poBt olllco
Box 41, Algona Kossoutb Co., lewa,