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TIBV MUBNINS (MOHUATi IXCamOI.
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TOFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM H. ESGLISH.
Democratic State Ticket.
of Caok County.
LEWIS B. PAP.SONS.
of City C&tnty.
For Secreia&y tf State,
JOHN 11. OBERLY,
of Akitnder Cooiity.
LOUIS C. STARKEL,
of St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
For Congress, I'-lh district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator of the 50th district,
'of Jackson connty.
D. T. LISEGAR,
of Alexander county.
H. R. BUCKINGHAM,
of Union county.
Tni right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
l be Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Rights of Person, and the Rights of
roperty must be preserved.-Extract from Gen.
Bancock'. letter upon taking charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
self as candidate at the enduing November
election, lor the office of County Attormy for the
cocnty of Alexander, Illinois. ANGUS LEE.
rnRCCIT CLERK. -W are antuorlwd to an-
bounce that ALEX. H. 1RVIN will be acandl
late at the ensuing November election for the
ce of circuit clerk in Alexander county.
POR BHERIPF We sre authorized lo announce
that Mr. JOHN HODOEH will be a candidate
for re-election to the office of Sheriff, of Alexandre
cointy. at the next November election, subject
my to me voie oi tue ptopie at tne pons.
All Hancock and English campaign clubs and
other organizations which support the Democratic
candidates, are requested to send lu W. H. bsrnum,
kalrman national Democratic committee, US Fifth
veuue, new xora.
1st. The name and location of their organisa
tion. 2d. A statement of the number of members en
rolled. ad . The names of officers.
4th. Accounts of meetings held.
Iih. Report, every week during the campaign
of the number and Increase of membership, with
tne condition aua prospect, or the cauv.se .
"More fx)d and less medicine, more of
nourishment and strength, less of the debil
hating influence of drugs is what our feeble
and exhausted constitutions require, ' said
Baron Lieblg, when lie perfected the com
position of the "Malt Bitters."
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions or youth, nervous weak
cm, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I
will send a recipe that will cure you,
fre of charge. This gTat ' remedy wus
discovered by a missionary iu South
America. Bend a telf-addressed enevlope
io the Kev. Joseph T. Iotnan, Station V
Kew York City.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN": .THURSDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 10, 1890,
A GIFT DECLINED.
Aiipltton'a lUadeis wero declined as a
gift by the St. Louis bourd August 24,
18i0, by the decisive vote of seventeen to
'seven. Thus emphatically wero these
books refused as a gift in tlio homo of their
It will be consoling to Iloosicr demo
crats to know that "Bad Bob" Inoehsoll,
who is soon to take the stump in Indiana,
has been helping the republicans in Maine.
The lesson of Muino should tench the re
publican leaders that a few campaigns
may bo won by falsehood auJ humbug, but
that the bottom must eveutimlly drop out.
"Vote our ticket or leave our employ"
was tho talk of tho Vermont Republicans
to their laborers before the election. They
do not call this coercion in New England.
Ouu regular army has littlo hold upon
the affections of the people of to-day, and
its superior officers should certainly, as fur
as lies in their power, legally and with
righteous intent aim to deteml the right,
which is to us the law and the institution
they represent. It is a well-meaning insti
tion, and it would be well if it should
have an opportunity to bo recognized as a
bulwark in support of tho rights of the
people and of tho law. Hancock to Sher
man, December, 1876.
The following interesting information
was telegraphed from Maine on Sunday
"Senator Blaine says : 'Wo will probably
have 8,000 majority, carrying tho legis
lature, and make a clean sweep of congress
men, reclaiming the one we lost in 1878.'
"Senator Hamlin' Our majority will
be not less than 5,000, and I think it will
be several thousand more.'
"Gov. Davis 'My re-election is beyond
all doubt, and the majority will be larger
than believed possible a few weeks ago.'1'
The recent action ot the Republican
congressional committee in forcing the em
ployes ot the insane asylum at Washing
ton to contribute out ot their scanty earn
ings to the campaign fund, is enough to
arouse a feeling -of disgust in the m:nd of
every intelligent citizen. This committee
was not satisfied with the funds obtiined
from department clerks, but it Lai like:
decended on the employes of the iz.iie
ylum. On tie first ktirt circulars
wtrcK-ntto tbes enm&tug 'vo'.-'Jiry"
contributions. Zvtn tie trozxn wboe
duty it is to scrub the ccrricors
and wbos-e s-alarit-s tr orJy $17 jxr tac'itb
were asstsst-d at f-4. sn3 tie others in pro
portion. Tie fr7nr.U2dtttcT tie asya
was abent when tie nitasigts wtrt reetir-
ed, and it is thought that this fs.ct was
taken advantage of by the ccmn.itte. The
receipt of the circulars created a great deal
of indignation among the employes, many
of whom openly refused to be thus robbed.
The poor women especially took the matter
very much to heart and were astounded
that they should be compelled to surrender
from their scanty means a sum equal to
over a quarter ot month's salary.
TRUMBULL SYAS IT SETTLES
A reporter for the The Times carried the
news to Hon. Lyman Trumbull, at his resi
dence in Hyde Park, as soon as it was
known what the news actually was. Of
course the senator had retired long before
the reporter arrived, but was not sorry he
had been called out at such a unsecmingly
hour. Apparently he could hardly credit
what he heard at first, and after rubbing
his eyes and looking at the reporter intent
ly for a moment as it to sec whether some
attempt were not being mado to deceive
him, he inquired: "Do you say Senator
Blaine and the republican committee con
cade Plaisted's election?"
"Yes, so all of the dispatches say."
"And that the democrats have carried
four of the five congressional districts?"
"Well that is glorious news, indeed. The
Democrats of the west have never even
hoped for such a result. But it shows what
the inevitable result will be in November.
We have had vastly more reason to hope
to carry Illinois this fall than the Demo
crats have heretofore had to carry Maine,
and, although I have fully believed we
shall carry the state this fall, I now feel
doubly sure of it."
This was all the ex-senator and present
candidate for governor had to say, and re
marking, apologetically, that he must take
the early train for Juliet, where he is to
Bpeak this afternoon, he bade the reporter
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1'iibllo notlre Is hereby glnn that by vlrluo of a
Judgment and order of the county court of Alexan
der county, Illinois, made and entered at the Juno
term thereof, A. D. leHO.lu a cause wherein Kllza
J. Twento. administratrix ol the estate of Alexaudur
Tweute. deceased, was plaintiff. and Ida !. Twenie,
Amos A. Twente.Asa D. Twuntu, Artur II. Tweute,
K.raJ. Twenui, John If. (.'lark, I riinkllu Ilitt and
William 'i'olbort. were defendants, for the sale of
real e state to pay the debt of the said Alexander
Twento, deceased, I, the. undcrslgued, adminis
tratrix as itforesslil. will on Wednesday,
tint ff-Mh day of September, IBM), at eleven
o'clock a. in., at the front door of tlio court
house in Cairo in mid Alexander coiiMy. pro
ceed to sell at public siilc, to tho highest bidder
the following described real estate, free ami clear
ol'tlm dower of tho undersigned as widow ol the
said deceased, namely :
The undivided five-sixths (!t-fll of tho southeast
quarter, of the northwest quarter, and of the south
west quarter of the northwest quarter, of section
twentv-llvo ('.Tijlii lownslilji lifteen, south range
No. three (SI west of the third prluclpul inerldlun
in said Alexander county, lor the purpose of pay
Iiil' thedehts of suld eHittu.
Tliu terms of sale are. one-naif cash down, and
the balance In one j'ear with noie. and also mort
gage on tho real estate olu to secure the deferred
payment: said note to bear Miteie-" at the rule of
six percent. KLIZA J. TWKNT1..
Cairo. III., Aug. :10,11.
P lnrl,,n 1 mvrereo ami Evi.'.ine Law
rence Ills wile, did, bv their deed of trust bearing
date Juno 4i. A. D. ISl'-i. and recorded lu there
corder's otlK-e of Alexander county, Illinois. Julyl.
A. I). lHTit In Book "Id" of Trust Deeds.on page :i-li,
convey to the undersigned trustee, the foliowiug
real estate situate lu county of Alexander and Mute
of Illinois, to wn: 'I ho southeast quarter of the
northwest quarter, and the northeast quarter of the
southwest quarter, all of section thirty lour HHi.
township fourteen (1 11. range twoiS), 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 mado in
the payment ol said note, which said note remains
long since past duo aud unpaid. Now, therefore,
on application of tho legal holder of said note no
tice is hereby given, that the undersigned trustee
Will. Oil MOMIAV Til liTTII HAY OP h KITE UK II. A.
I), lstw, at the door of tho court house. In said Al
exander county and State of Illinois, atf-e hourof
:( o'clock p. m. uf f aid day. offer for sale and sell
at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, the
above described real estate to pay and sutlsty the
amount of principal and interest due upon said
note. WILLIAM I1LLEN, Trustee.
Cairo, III., August -jn, 1nJ,
Slate ofllllnols. Alexander I'onntv-ss.
In the Circuit Court of Alexander County. Sep
tember term In).
I'e'er Conrad vs Matthew ,1. Kyan-Debt In
attachment. Demand $i.W.:iV
The above named defendant is hereby notified of
the pendancy of the above attachment, at the suit
of I'eter Conrad, against the estate of Matthew J
Kvan, for the sum of !,! .tV and before the above
named court now pending; and that unless said de
fendant shall appear, give hail and plead wlth'u the
time limited for hi appearance in such case, to
wit: on or before the third day of the September
terra of said court, to be holden at the court house
In said county on the the third Monday of Septem
ber, lKXfl. judgment will be entered, aud the estate
so attached will be sold.
JOHN A. REKVE.
Clerk of said Cuurt.
Cairo. 111.. August Mh, 10.
Green A Gilbert, Attjs.
State ofllllnols. Alexander Conntv ss
In the Circuit Court of Alexauder County, Sep
tember term. lv '.
The Cltv National Bank of Cairo v. MatthfwJ.
KyD Debt-In attachment. Demand $'-1-1 11
The above named defendant Is hereby notified of
the pendancy of the above attachment at the suit
of the Citv National Bunk of l ain) a.'a'nst the es
tate of Matthew J. Ryan for ihe sum of $M4.11.aud
before the above named court now pending; and
that unless said defendant shall appear, give bail
and pleid with.n the time limited for bis appear
ance in such case, to-wit: on or before the third
dav o' the September term of said court, to tie
holden at the court house In said county on the
third Mondav of September li. Judgment will be
entered, and the estate i-o atts. tied wi'l be sold.
JOHN A REEVE,
f b rk t'f said Court.
Cairo. U!-. Aajrust I.'-
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ff-Tre l:il p. in. express has I'L'LLMAN
M.hEI'IMiCAU Cairo to Clucliinaii. without
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Author of the Life ol K. II. Hayes, Life or Bayard
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MAKE HOPKINS. D. 1)., LL. I).
Ex President of Williams College.
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