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WIKFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM H. ESGLISH.
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS,
of Clay County.
For Secretany of State,
JOBS U. OBERLY,
of Alexander County.
LOUIS C. STARKEL,
, f St. Cluir County.
of Winnebago County.
For Congress, 1Mb district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator of the 59th district,
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of Jackson county.
D. T. LISEGAR,
of Alexander county.
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of Union county.
"The right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Right of Persons and the Rights of
Property must be preserved. Extract from Gen.
Hancock's letter upon takine charge of the LoulS'
J self as candidate at the ensuinjr November
election, tor tneomce 01 louny Aiwrmi iur uv
tocnty of Alexander, Illinois. ANGUS LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLERK -We are authorized to an
Ban nee t hit ALEX. H. 1KV1N will bit acacdi
data at the euaoiric November election for the
See of circuit clerk In Alexander county.
FOR SHERIFF-Waaro authorized to announce
that Mr JOHN HODGES will be a candidate
for re-election to the office of SbtnfT. of Alexandre
cointy. at the next November election, subject
only to the vote of tbt people at the poll.
All Hancock and English campaign clubs and
other organizations which support the Democratic
candidates, are requested to reud to W. II. Hamum,
ckalrman national Democratic committee, U: Fifth
avenue, New York.
1st. The name and location of their organiza
A statement of the number of members en-
The names of officers.
Accounts of meetings held.
Report, every week durlna the earriosiira.
of the number and Increase of membership, with
the condition and prospects of the canvass.
"More food and less medicine, more of
nourishment and strength, less of the debil
itating influence of drugs is what our feeble
and exhausted constitutions require," said
Baron Liebig, when he perfected the com
position of the "Malt Bitters."
To all who are Buffering from the errors
and indiscretions. youth, nervous weak
new, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I
will send a recipe that will cure you,
free of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed enevlopo
to the ReV. Joseph T. Inman, Station D,
cw York City.
THE DAILY CAIRO
Tub railroad boom lias reached Missis
gippi. Her inhabitants aro beglnin to
awuko to a full realization of tho fact that
they need ruoro railroads, aud they arc tak
ing active steps to securo them. A num
ber of roads will be built through various
sections of tho state during tho ensuing
year. These aro steps in tho right direc
tion, and we are gratified to observe that
the increased trade and prosperity of our
sister state are such as to demand enlarged
facilities for travel and transportation.
The Oklahoma boom has been given a
new impetus. A company has been organ
ized for building a city in Oklahoma, and
articles ol incorporation have been filed
with the secretary of state ot Kansas. It is
called the Oklahoma town company. A
beautiful location for the future city or the
Indian Territory has been selected near the
North Folk of the Canadian river. Several
other companies are in process of organiza
tion, and, from present prospects, there
will be a general movement into the ter
ritory before winter 6cts in.
Some warrant a cure when the fee is pro
vided, Men doubt however, and are undecided,
But when pimples and blotches your
features do man
Spring blossom is the best cure by far.
PaulG. Scnuii, Agent.
A very significant cry comes from the
Nineteenth Ohio district. It will be re
membered that this is Garfield's "old dis
trict" where, after the corruptions t f h'B
congressional record were exposed, the
more respectable element of the Fnrty iQ
the Western Reserve held a bolter's con
vention and protested against the endorse
ment ot a man whose record was so open to
censure. It was on the 7th day of Septem
ber, 187C, that this convention was held to
repudiate a false and corrupt representa
tive. Among the resolutions adopted by
this assemblage of Republicans were the
'There is no man to-day officially con
nected with the administration of our na
tional goverment against whom are justly
preferred more or graver charges of corrup
tion than are publicly made and also
abundantly sustained against J. A. Gar
field." "We arraign and denounce him for his
corrupt connection with Credit Mobilier, for
his false denials before his constituents,
for bis perjured dentials thereof before a
committee of his peers in congress, for
fraud upon his constituents in circuiting
among them a pamphlet purporting to set
forth the findings of said committee, aud
the evidence against him, when, in fact,
material portions thereof were omitted and
Resolved, That wn further arraign and
charge him with corrupt bribery in selling
his official influence as chairman of the
committee on appropriations for $5,000 to
the De Golyer pavement ring to aid them
in securing a contract from the board of
Public Works of the district of Columbia;
selling his influence to the said ring in im
posing upon the people of said district a
pavement which is almost worthless at a
price three times its cost, as 6worn to by
one of the contractors; selling his influents
to aid said ring in securing a contract, to
procure which it corruptly spent $97,000
for "influence;" selling his influence in a
matter that iuvolved no question of law,
upon the shallow pretext that he was act
ing as a lawyer; selling Ins influence in a
manner so palpable and clear as to be to
found and declared by an impartial and
competent court upon an issue solemnly
These are serious charges, but they were
made by Republicans. Aud they had the
effect to reduce Garfield's majority in that
Republican congressional district from 14,
000 down to about 2,000. The same re
solutions are having a like effect aguinst
Garfield throughout Ohio, as a presidential
candidate. Hence is heard the voice of
alarm from Republicans in tho shape ot an
address from the machine committees from
the Nineteenth district, for the purpose of
removing the impression that the resolu
tions of 1870 are making in the country.
The address, which is lengthy, does not dis
prove the charges made against Garfield,
but 6imply puts its defense on the ground
that the proceedings of the convention
were not the action 01 tlie ucpubii
can party. It is true that
they were not the charges of the
regular machine convention, but every
member of the convention which passed the
aboveresolutions, wasa Republican. Every
body understands that they were the honest
independent Republicans who would not
be controlled by a machine with so corrupt
a man as Garfield acting as the engineer.
It was wholly unnecessary for the machin
ists of Mr. Garfield's district to issue a long
address to tell the country who tho men
were composing the convention denouncing
Garfield. The country knows who they
were just as well as Garfield's henchmen.
The country knows they were Republicans,
and the Republican committee that now
issues an address in denfense of the Repub
lican candidate "to remove a false impres
sion," had better stick to the text explain
the charges made by Nineteenth District
Republicans in 1870,
OionT a woman to kiss a tobacco-Chew,
erl "Yes if she chews" and no one ought
to choose to be without Spring Blossom, to
keep there blood in order. Paul G. Scuch
BULLETIN: WED1NESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 15, 1830.
A FLAT FAILURE.
The flattest failure in this political cam
paign is tho attempt made by the Republi
can press to make consequential political
capital out of tho private business transac
tions of, tho Democratic candidate for vice
president. Theso papers publish long lists
of tho mortgago loreclosures and BherilT
deeds that have been mado in his name nil
of which would amount to nothing even if
unexplained, but it turns out, as will be
seen lrom the letter of our Indianapolis cor
respondent, that tho wholo thing is a gross
misrepresentation and perversion ot the
facts, with the view of misleading the
public and getting up a prejudice against
Mr. English. It turns out that most ol the
lots described in the Commercial's list do
not now and never did belong to Mr. En
glish, and there nre not in the whole list a
dozen loreclosures of mortgages executed
to him, and ' in these few cases
he was the loser by being torccd
to ' tako the property. Hun
dreds ol the lots mentioned in the list be
long to widows and orphans and are held
in Mr. English's name in trust tor them, be
cause of his well established reputation for
prudence and fidelity. In many other cases
Mr. English doc9 not even own the lots in
trust, and in estimating the present value of
the property tho Republican papers give the
amount as it stood on the tax -book of 1875
instead ot 1880, concealing tho fact that
real estate in Indiana is valued for taxation
only once in five years, and that lots sit
down as valued at $-100 each are in fact
valued at only $70 each by the assessment
of 1880. Besides, in Indiana property sold
at sheriff's sale can be redeemed at any
time within a year by either the owner or a
creditor on paying the amount of the bid,
with interest. So there is no such thing in
that state as taking real estate in at sheriff's
sale at a ruinous sacrifice, The charge of
buying property at tax-sale on speculation
has been shown by the highest Rehublican
evidence to be false.
Applcton's Readers were declined as a
gift by the St. Louis board August 24,
1880, by the decisive vote ot seventeen to
seven. Thus emphatically were these
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4 DMINISTBATOR'8 SALE OF REAL E3
Public notice Is hereby ptveu that by virtue of a
Judgment and order of the comity court of Alexan
der county, Illinois, made, and entered at tho June
term thereof, A. 1). lH-(l,ln a rausu wherein Elite
j. Tweute. administratrix oftheestatf ofAlexitndi-r
Twouto, deceased, was iiliiliilllf.and Ida '. Twente,
Amos A. Twento.Asa If. Twente, Artur II. Twente,
ExrttJ. Twente, John If, ('lurk, Fraukllu llltt and
William Tolbert, were defendants, for tho salo of
real estate to pay the debts of the said Alexander
Tweuto, dccotiatd, 1, the undersigned, adminis
tratrix as aiorexaid, will ou Wednesday,
the tfith dny of September, 1SN), ut eleven
o'clock a. in., at tho front door of the court
house In Cairo lu said Alexander cotirly. pro
reed to n'll ut public rule, to tho highest bidder
tho following described real estate, free and clear
ol the dower of the undersized us widow ul the
said decessed. namely:
The undivided live-sixths (Mi) of the southeast
quarter, of tho northwest quarter, and of the south
west quarter of the northwest quarter, of section
twentv llve (25) In township fifteen, south rouse
No. tlirou (3) west of the third principal meridian
In said Alexander county, tor the purpose ul pay
ill1; the debts of snld estate.
Theturnisol' sale are. otiu-Va'.f ruch down, and
tho balttiiee In one year wlih note, ni.d also mort
gage on the reuletttte sold to .ecure the deferred
payment; suid note to bear Interest at the rate ol
six per cetit. ELIZA J. TWENTE.
Cairo. 111., Auc. :'-0,
Whereas, F. Marlon Lawrence and Evallnc Law
rence bis wile, did, bv their deed of trust bearing
date June 3-1, A. 1). 1KTH, and recorded lu the re
corder's otliee of Alexander county, Illinois. Julyl.
A. I). lHVit in Hook "(J" of Trust Deeds.on page
convey to thu undersigned trustee, the following
real estute 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, ail of section thirty-four (K-K
township fourteen (Mi, range two (81, west of third
principal meridian, iti trust to secure the payment
of a certain promissory note, in said deed of trust
described: and whereas, default has been made in
the povment ot said note, w hich said note remains
Ions since past due and unpaid. Now. therefore,
on application of the legal holder of said note no
tice is hereby (,'lve u, that the undersigned trustee
will, on Monday tub 2Tth dav op Septemhkii. A.
D. 18SO, at the door of the court house. In said Al
exander county and Statu of Illinois, at the hourof
2 o'clock p. m. of said dav. offer for sale and sell
at public auction to the highest bidder, fur cash, the
ahovo described real estate to pay and satisfy the
amount of principal and interest due upon said
note. WILLIAM IIL'LEN, Trustee.
C'aiho, lu.., August A), lbs '.
State of Illinois. Alexander i"0Hnty-s.
In the Circuit Court of Alexindcr County
tember term 10.
Peter Conrad vs Matthew J. Hyan Debt In
attachment. Demand $3.M M.
The above named defendant is hereby notified of
the pendanry of the above attachment, at the suit
of Peter Conrad, aguinst the estate of Matthew J
Ryan, for the sum of Si.WlS.W. and before the above
named court now pending; and tnut unless saiu ue
fendunt shall appear, give hail and plead w lth'n the
his appearance in sticn case, to-
wit: on or before the third day of the September
term of said court, to beholden at the court house
in said county on the the third Monday of Septem
ber, lKH'l. judgment will be entered. ei.d the estate
to attached will be sold.
JOHN A REEVE.
Clerk of said Court.
Cairo. 111.. August 2;th,lt0.
Green b Gilbert, Aitjs.
State of Illinois. Alexander County ss
In the Circuit Court of Alexander County, Sep
tember term. IKS '.
The City National Bankof Cairo vs. Matthew J
Ryan Debt In attachment. Demand t'M 11
The above named defendant is hereby notified of
the pendancy of the above attachment at the suit
of the City National liank of Cairo against the es
tate of Matthew J. Ryan for the sura of I'iH.H. and
beforo the above named conn now pending: tnd
that unless said defendant shall appear, give tail
and plead within the time limited for his appear
ance In such case, to-wit: on or before the third
dav o- the September term of said court, to 1
holden at the court house in .aid county on the
third Monday of September J'fci. Judgment ill be
entered, and the estate so attached will sold.
JOHN A REEVE.
Clerk of said CV.rt
Cairo. Ills.. August S'.th, '"vi.
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n(.rr to nrodur the otil.T at'TBEfiTio
AonorriciAi. Life odeneral dartleld.
The book will also rdiiiala a fketr.h of the life of
Um l holer It Arihur
The li,trtKti tinn Is written by that vsn'rab'ft
and'las.iml sibolar. Mark Hopkins. 1). D . LU.D.
Agents will rind this lhi beat campaign book &
OulfltH are now ready for Agents.
Aent.s Wanted. pXl&
ronvlnrvrl that lbl Is th Diont salable book in
the market, or lo save time, send fl for outfit of the
book, and a'ate your i holes of territory. Addrts
.1. FA I It HANKS & CO.,
AKntsILIFKi AND ADVENTCHES OP
The Noted Wedtrn OntJawR. By lion. I. A.
Darns. Ph. 1). A truo and thrilling account (Illus
trated) of their bold operation for 18 year in
different states and territories, hnlllln(t detective!
and official of thn law, .Heat selling bi ok of tho
year. KUKiO sold In three months. M cents Tor
outfit! for sntnpl copy. Liberal terms to
suonts. N. DTHOMPHON A CO., I'ubllshors, 6W
Fine St., Bt. Louis, Mo.
A nn week In your own town, $ outfit freo, Vo
Xlllirlsk. Header, If you want a business at
vwhleh persons ofelther sex can make irreM
pay all the time thev work, wrlto for partlcularl to
ii. UALLKTT A CO., Portland.
A WoHnanrfL Discovrnv ron the l'A'";,-r,A
npporter for weakly ladles, thal also perfect
preventative to th consequence of miirrlnire.
Price fil! can bo obtained by addressln.post ofllce
Box 4l,AlKon,KossouthCo Iw