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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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WIXFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM II. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
lewis b. pai.sons.
of Clay County.
For Secrctaay of State,
JOHN 11. OBEULY,
of Alexander County.
LOUIS C. STAI.K.EL,
of St. Clulr County.
of Wlnuebajjo County.
For Convex, loth district,
of ItaudolpU County.
ForSeniitor of the 50th district.
W.M. A. LEMMA,
of Jacksuu couuty.
I). T. LISEtJAR.,
of Alexander county.
of Union county.
"Tiik rirht of Trial bv Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Kishtsof Persons and the lights of
I'roperty must be preserved .-Extract front Hen.
Hancock's letter upon taklui: charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my-,
self as a candidate at the cusiiltii: November
election, lor the office of County Attnim v for the
county of Alexander, Illinois, AM'UM LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLERK. -Wfi are authorized to an
nounce thutALEX. II 1KVIN will be acanill
date at the ensuing November election for the
office of circuit clerk lu Alexander couuty.
VOR SHERIFF We are authorized tn annonuce
A1 that Mr JOHN lHUKiKS will bo a ciindidatu
Tor reflection to the t like of sherilV. of Alexandre
couuty. at the next November election, subject
only to me vote hi tne people at tne polls.
(iENERAL W. T. SltF.llMAN.
"Write doivu the very best things yo.i can 1 li ink
or sy of (ien. lliiucoi k as nu officer and a tfcutlc
mau 'aud l will nin it."
, Gr.NERAl. U.I. OlIAST.
"I have notbirut to say against (len , Hancock. 1
lave known him for bifiv yesrs. Hi personal, of
ficial and military record is' eiod."
JaMKS A. UAIU'IKI.I).
"The man who attempts to p t up a political ex
citement in this country on the ulii cctiouul istce
will find himself without party and without sup
port." Hon, Koiikiit lli.i.i.,
"(leutlcmsn: Tho principles of the Democratic
rurty ritis far above the pnucitilcs of the Hepnb
ii mi psrty as the battlements ol hi'b heaven are
hofoibu mudsills of hell."
(.ouinki, John Hat,
'The Republican hand in this campaign that at
tempt to dcllle the private character of tieu Han
rock would only detlle tbeuinelve c was a sol
dier, a patriot and a man of unxiilied character, aud
til pnvati record it tiuassi'ilsl'le."
Hon. cut. Bciirnis.
"I shall certainly not attempt to depredlcate tho
character olUeu. Hancock, and th trrcut rervlcu
wbicb tie n rendered to the country. He is a
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 18, 1830.
:...,riil,iib!n character, which I shall
be sorry to see anv unort made to discredit. As a
soldier; lie has slmwn si.:n..l bravery and skill In
ban Mi troops under illuTciilt circumstances, and
hi name is identided with some of the most splen
did achievement of the war. lor nil this every
(,-ood cituen will honor him.'
c.en. Winfiki.u Scott Hancock.
"Willi vote ! a free ballot; and a fair count."
'i'uhlic olllce is a trust, not a bounty bestowed
npon the bolder. No incompetent or dishonest por
sou should ever be entrusted with it."
"If called to the Presidency I should deem it my
duty to resist with all my power any attempt to Im
pair or evade the full force and effect ol the con
stitution, which In every article, section and amend,
nient, is the supreme law of the land.'
"The riht ol trial by jurv, the habeas corpus,
the libertv of the press, the freedom ol speech, no.
natural riRht of tiersous, and tbu rie,htsol propcm
must be preserved."
A nnlornn'n lenders were declined US 11
irift bv the St. Louis Hoard August
180, by the decisive vote of seventeen to
seven. Thus eiiiplmtinilly were these
books refused as a gift in the home ol their
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, neivous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I
will send a recipe that will cure you,
free of charge. This great remedy was
discovemrby a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed enevlope
to the Rev. Joseph T. Iuman, Station D,
New York City.
The Republicans have concluded to make
no more attacks on Hancock's record. The
more they get of it the better he stands be
fore the people. The principles lie has ad
vocated are such as none can object to.
Every effort to belittle his record has gain
ed him votes.
The Great Eastern, the largest steamship
in the world, 1ms been chartered for a trip
from Liverpool to New Orleans and re turn.
She will bring over as many immigrants as
she can enrry, and will take out a cargo of
Mississippi products. One single cattle
owner on the line of railway from New Or
leans to Houston has offered to freight the
great ship himself. This gentleman's herds
number over 300,000 head, and there are
estates equally large farther toward the Rio
Here is the truth in a nutshell. It is
from that sterling and independent journal,
the Springfield (Mass.) Republican, which
says "that Garfield's election would result in
a change' of policy which would plunge
the election into difficulties as damaging to
business interests as were those which oc
curred during Grant's lasts administration.
Sectional issues which are now satisfactorily
ajusted would be revived, and in the place
of confidence, with its attendant blessings,
we shouldhave turmoil, with its attend
At a great Democratic demonstration in
Evansville Wednesday General Franz Seigel
was one of the speakers. One thousand
young men were in the line in the torch
light procession. The Courier say s :
Along the line the procession met no in
terruption until passing down Sixth Street
to Locust, where a bowlder was thrown in
to the ranks, striking Sum. James, the
painter. It is said that white men were
the authors of this intumy, but the factors
in the outrage could not be ascertained
other than that the black-hearted scoundrel
had a white face. Turning the comer ol
Sixth aud Oak streets, another missile was
thrown into the column, this time, however,
by a negro, and the act came near break
ing up the ranks. The boys dashed after
him, and had he been caught short shrift
would have been his.
What Letter Evidence could the peo
ple ask to substantiate the merits of Dr.
Pierce's Family Medicines than the fact
that they have not only yearly grown in
popular lavor in tins country, but tiic
foreign demand for them lias become so
great as to necessitate the establishing a
branch of the celebrated World's Dhpens
ary in London, England, that these blessing
to the atllicted may be dispatched from that
greatest commercial center of the world to
every country and people? Golden Medical
Discovery is a concentrated, potent, altera
tive, or blood cleansing remedy, that wins
golden opinions of all who use it for all
humors lrom the common pimple, blotch,
or eruption, to the lntniidable scrofulous
swelling. Internal fever, soreness and
ulseration, yield to its benign influence.
Consumption, which is but a form of scroful
mis affection of the lungs, may in its curly
stages be cured by a free use of this God
given remedy. See article on consumption
and its treatment in "Invalid's Guide Dook''
10 cents post-paid. Address, World's
Dispensary Medical Association, HuH'alo
Worcester, Mass., Feb. 3d1 1879.
Dr. R. V. Pieik e:
Dear Sir With trembling hand, from
my extreme age, being eighty-live, I write
to inform you of tne great benefit vour
Goldin Medical Discovery and Pellets have
been to me. lhree years ago I was pros
tmtcd with pneumonia, and no one thought
1 would recover, liv the use of those
medicines I was raised to health, and bv
the blessing of God and your medicines I
have injoved pretty good health since
though for years before this 1 suffered from
weak liiii!.rs and a bad coui:h,
Gratefully yours, Mart P. Fisk.
John Wokum'.u, 113 Michigan street
I'utlalo, says he has been troubled for years
with rheumatism of the knee, mnl until he
tried Dr. Thomas' Ecleetn Oil, could not
find anything to relieve him, he is now
cured and enthusiastic In praise of it,
Paci.G. Sciini, Agent
When the head feels dull ami heavy, tho
skin appears willow and greasy, and tho
stomach refuses food, take Carter's Little
R.'ivwriuw. Si-c( r,ns.An American col
lego of physicians once offered a reward tor
any authenticated case of genuine Diabetes
which had been entirely cured. Tho offer
remained open for several years, ami was
then withdrawn. Were- it in force now, it
could instantly be cured by the proprietors
of Warner's Safe Diabetes Cure, for several
remarkable recoveries have just conic to tho
notice of the writer. Diabetes is a most
deceitful disease, ond seldom makes itself
felt except by its results. Any readers who
are sutlering from ill-health and do not
know the couses should not delay, ns it may
be at the cost of life, which Warner'a Sale
Diabetes Cure is guaranteed to save,
Olt.ht a woman to kiss a tobacco-Chew-er
( "Yes if she chews'" and no one ought
to choose to be without Spring Blossom, to
keep there blood in order. I'.u i. G. Snu:h
Is it possible that a remedy made of
such common simple plants as hops, buchu
inandrake, dandelion, etc., make so many,
and such marvelous and wonderful cures as
Hop Hitters do? It must be, for when old
and young, rich and poor, pastor and doc
tor, lawyer and editor, all testify to having
been cured by them, we must believe ana
doubt no longer. Bee other column.--Post.
The extraordinary effect of this Riichu. as pre
pared bvDr. llnvdock. upon the Kidneys ami I rl
uarv Urius Is without a peralUd In the history of
medicine, and Us results fiirjbevoud any of the
Klducv remedies ofthe day. It stimulates Diges
tion adds tone to the svtem. tnvieorate the De
bilitated, and is infalllti'.u for the cure of Dia
1 etes in its w orst form.
due trial of a teuspoonfnl in a wiiie u'fs of
waterwill convince the most sceptical within from
ten to twenty minutes.
Disorder of the Kidneys.
Ina'.l disease"- affecting these ornfins. whether
thev secrete too much or too little water, or
whether they be atllicted with Hone or uravel. or
with aches and pains settled in the loins oyer the
region of the kulueys.
Will clvo almost immediate relief, when all other
means have failed. The uio-t powerful cxistliij
medicitu' for the cure of female complaints, liny
vcarc expi rienceincontetablv proves this rennily
unrivalled fur the disorders Incidental to the female
sex. No farailv should ne without it. and it mav be
taken bv ynuus orold. as it will restore health when
everv oilier means prove mistirces-ful.
To' the stomach w e trace dyspepsia, headache and
cetieral debility to the liver, bile, jaundice, aud
vellow fever; to the bowels, diarrhoea, dvsentary,
constipation, piles, and tstula: to the luns. con
sumption, etc.; to the blood, scrofula, scurvy,
and all cutaneous eruptions. By keeping thee
organs and vita' fluid pure and healthy we my
sai'elv defy the attacks of di-ease, aud no medlars
et p'reparcd for this purpose can equal the ac
HEAR WHAT IS SAID.
"It has male atanew man."
"Dr. IInvdiK-k's Bin hu has Increased my wei,
"My wife would net be without
"Our little hov is much better. I
dollar for another bottle."
"I find it ns e-y to take as milk "
"We have sold thirteen hott'es this week, and
shall want three dozen next order."
Mv mornliiE wcy is con sharks to your
Want of space compels me to conclude.
Anv invalid or suib-rer eH'.cteit with any Kidney
disorder who wiil write me as to their complaint,
will be treated humanely and kimiiy. It is my
muM tamest desire to investigate all lorrns of
Diabetes, and to uive relief at all times . i I you are
too poor to purchase, writ" me any way, unci yoi.r
case will ha.e immediate attention.
C A V T I 0 N.
Observe thit the signature of Jos. Ilaydoel; i
across tl)- mouth ol earn Oottie.
Price-One dollar for lari"-. lino liny cents lor
7 I lev Street, New York.
The Weekly Bulletin.
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ADMINISTRATOR'S 8AI.E OF REAL liS
TATE. Public notice Is hereby ptveu that by virtue of a
Judgment and order of the county court of Alexan
der county, Illinois, miido und entered ut the Juuu
term thereof, A. D. IH-o, in a cause w herein Eliza
.1. Twelile. administratrix ol the estate of Alexander
Tweiite. deceased, was pliiliitltl'.r.ud Idn I'.Tweiiio,
Amos A. Twentu.Asa 1). Twente, Ai lur II . Tweute,
Ezra J. Twente, John II, Chirk, Eraiikllti Illtt and
William Tolberl, were defendants, for the sale of
real estate to, puy the debts of the said Alexander
Twente, deceased, 1, the undersigned, adminis
tratrix us ul'oresiild. will on Wednesday,
the tfMh day of September, ISM), ut eleven
o'clock A. in., ut the front door of the court
house in Cairo In said Alexander cotii'ly. pro
ceed to sell at public sale, to the hiu'liest bidder
the following described n ul estate, free and clear
ofthe dower of the undersigned us widow olthe
said deceusi d.natn.'lv:
Tim undivided rlve-slxilis (5-6) of tho southeast
iiiarter. ofthe northwest 'inrtcr. and of the south
west quarter of Iho northwest (iiartcr, of section
twetitv-llvo isroin township fifteen, south nnu'o
No. three CM wesi ol the third 'principal meridian
in said Alexander county, lor tl.e purpose of pay
It e.' the debts of salt! est;:-j. '
The terms of sale are. one ! nlf ca-li down, and
tile balance In one year with note, anil ul.'O mort
pace on the realesliitu sold In sec ure the deferred
payment; said note to 1 ar led iei at the rate of
Mx percent. KMA J. TvVKNTK.
Cairo. 111., Ate-. :;0, P-o.
Whereas, K. Marlon Lawrence and Kvaline Law
rence his wile, did, hv their deed of trust bcarini;
date June 'J I, A. D. IS:1, and recorded In there
(order's olllce of Alexamb r county, Illinois. Jnlyl.
A. D. IST'.i In Rook ol'Ttr.sl Deeds. on paj;e
convey to the utidersl;iied tnistee, I lie followin ;
real estate situate In county of Alexander and Stale
of Illinois, to wn: 'I he southeast quarter of the
northwest quarter, nml the northeast quarter of the
southwest quarter, all of section thirty four i-ll i,
township fourteen (1 1), ranee two(ii, west of third
principal meridian, In trust to secure tl.e paywci t
of a cerli.ln promissory note In said deed of trust
described; and whereas, delimit has been made In
the pavtnent ol said nop', which said note remain
loiit; since past due and unpaid. Now. therefore,
on application of the Icl-iiI holder of said note no
tice Is hereby given, that tho iindet-liriied trustee
will, on Monday tiir JViii day of Smtkmukii. A.
D. Isso, at the door of ihe court house. In said Al
exander county and Suite of Illinois, at t'.e lueirof
J o'clock p. m.of midilnv. offer for sale and seil
lit public miction to the hiL'hest bidder, for c.i-h. the
above described real i stale t pay und satisly the
amount of principal and liiten-l due upon said
note. WH.I.IAM lll l.K.N, Trust. e.
Curio, In., AKfttst 'Jo, l-sf',
State of Illinois. Alexander I'ounty s.
In the Circuit Court of Alexander County, Sep
tember term lvl.
1'e'er Conrad vs Matthew J l.'yan Debt In
The above named deb nilal.t is hereby notified of
the pendancy of the above attachment, at tl.e suit
of Peter Con'r'ld.a,'u;.l;M the elate of Matthew J.
Kvan. for the sum of :.'.,::. and !!'' -re the above
named court now pendim:: nml that unb-ss said de
fendant shall appear. L'iv bail and pb-adwltlei. the
time limited for hi appearance in such cie-. t
wit: on or before the third day of the Septeinb, r
term of said court, lo be bo'ibn at the court house
In said cottr.tv on the the third Monday of Septem
ber. loxo.judymi.-nt will b- entered, and the estata
so attached will lie sold.
joiin a kf:;; k.
Clerk of said Court.
JCulro. 111.. AiiL'UsfJ- th, Isoo.
(ireell A' (olbert. All's.
State of Illinois, Alexander County
In the Circuit Court of Alexander County, Sep
tember t-rrii. lxo .
The Cltv National Hunk of Cairo vs Matthew J
Iiyati Debt In aiU.eMiienl. Demand f'-ll 1!
The above named defendant is hereby noli;led of
the peiidanevol'the obove attachment at the sail
of the Citv N'ational l-ank ol ( aim aiM'nst the es
tate of Matthew J. Iiyati for the sum of J'.'tl.l t, and
before the above named court now pondine: and
that unless said defendant -iiall app-ar. ive Sail
and plead with. n the time limited for bis appear
ance in such ens-, to-wit: on or before the llord
dav re the September t. rtn o I said court, to be
holdcri at the court hou-e in said county on tin
third Monduv of September Don. judsfnier.t will be
entered, and the e.-tute so utta. In d wi'l be snbi.
JtillN A KKliVE.
cl-rk of said Court.
Cairo, III"., Att'.'U't 'J'-th, Don.
(.reen it (ii'heri. Attys.
Manufacturer and dialer in Custosa-imide
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make money fast. Any one nn do the work. You
can make from M: loj'i an hour by devotin;; your
eveiiinu" and spare time to the biines. It costs
not hi ie to trv the Im-lne-H. Nothlni: like It lor
money in akin-' cvi-rollered before Hu - i n c s-oi. j .!.. -
an; and stricllv hoi '.ruble. Leaner. If you want to
know nil abou. the best piijint: Misine--- before the
public, send us vour address and we will send yon
full particulars' and private terms free;si.mpU-
wnrib K.l also free: vou can then inn ke up your
mind f.irvoiirself. Address liEOIK.E STINSoN
& Co., l'ortlnud.'Matne.
1,1 I'M AM) IIKAIHl.
A Wonderful Itcmnly.
S A Y JC A N v s t: n i: .
Tlie Gri'iit Internal mid Kxtcnial L'ein-
It Dlnhtherla, t'netimo in. Sore Throat, Dublin
miitioii of the Limns, Ac, Lame Hack, liillamma
tloii of the Kidneys. Ilackm l.e, I'.'es, Uuiilons or
pioreliess of the I'cet from v I ntcver ciiuso, llurtis
or Siialils. and all Inlliimiiuiler) Msciises. Prickly
llnat. llittiiwrs mid all diseases of tint skin. For
all feiinile complaints and Meuktiessi's It has no
equal. Thousand have been suve,l from an tin-
tlmelv death bv lis rise. Do not delnv. but try It,
It Is a household necessity . Full particulars, in
ntir Illuminated curds aud circulars, sent freu,
upon application bv mull,
A trial will benefit you. We iruarnntoe salbfiic
tlon or money relunded, l'rlc, .Mlc. and l per
bottlu. Trial liottles uric. Holdtiy nil (irnciiists
hAMi i.i. (Iknuv .V Company.
Proprietor. i!!7 llroadwav, Now York
laweek In ynttr own town, ?1 out tit frso. No
lllrlsk. Header, If yon wmil a business at
which persons ol either sex can make crew
r an me iima tnev wurK, wrtiu lor purucuiari
1IALLE1T d. CO., Portland
A WoNi)Kiirt;i. DtscovKitr koii tub Lawk. A
supporter for wunkly ladles, that I nlso a per fee.
tireveiilallvo lo tho ciinseoiience of niarrlaye
Price I'll can be obtained bv addrnsHluu.post ollle.u
itox 4), Algous, hossotitn to., luw.i,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. It.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Kuiniin
Making Dikkct Connection
TltAISS I.KA' K Caiiio:
'.i: 1 :i m. Mil il.
Arr'.vln.' in St. I.nuls !': i:. a.m. : Chirnno. p. in ;
Coiiiiectltii; at ndinHnd Killiiuliam for Ci:i''in
tati, Louisville. IinliiUiiipoiis und p iint" East.
1 1 :lt Sol. I .'Tiin nml Wi't-rii
Arrivim; in St. Louis Tin:-p. iu and cimnci tin-:
for ail poinis v e-t.
-4:'-'i p.m. V ust J .xprfHH
I I.oais and t'hlcai'o. urriv.DJ ut St
I p.m., and Chicago T:-'o a in
-I :'-J ) j in. ( 'inciiintiti Kxprt"-.
Arriving at Cincinnati T:ki a.m.; Louisville r:-.i;
am- iM'.iauanolls 4:is a.m. I'asset.-.'i rs bv
this train reach the above pninls 1 '-J
iioL'Hs in advance id any other route.
J-The p in. express has PULLMAN
i.k 11 I I v i, ( Alt Cairo to Cincinnati, wiiho'it
l- h i:i;o.
throi'.'h sluejersto M, Louis and
Flint Timo Kn.-t.
l.r this line go ihroii;'b to l-.iist.
rn points without any demy
caused bv SuikIhY luterveciiii:. 1 he Satiird-iv alter
noou tr..!n froiu Cairn arrives In new York Monday
moriiri.' ut 1": lj. Thirty-six hours in advance of
any oilier rov.e.
; ?.--l'or through tirkets and furthernformatloij,
appiv at Illinois Central Culiroad Depot. Cairo.
.JAs. JOHNSON. J. 1L JONES.
ib'ii. .oieit'iern A.vnt. Ticket At-ent.
A. II HANSON, tieu l'a-. Asel.t. tbicaito.
(JAIltO A: ST. LOUIS It. It.
: i AM.'yA. Tit'"'.' k r i j. .
II. W. SMITUKJW, Iictoivor.
oIIOHTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIIIO AND ST. LOUIS.
Ihrouirh Express leaves Cairo
Through Exjiress arrives at E. M Louis.
'j :no a.m.
;bl p in,
1 tiroiiu'll r.xpre-s leaves t.. M. l.ouis...
Throu-'h Express arrives at Cairo
.U;rphysboroaccommoilat:;iiileavesi aim l : ni p m.
Mil' physh-oru Acc.amves.at Jiurpnysnoro . " p.m.
Murphyshoro Ace. leaves M urp!: sboro .. S.1" am.
M.irphysboro Ace. arrives at (. uiro 11 m.
TheCalroiSt Louis Kail Hold is the only all
RuilHoute between Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, therefore there are nn delays at
way stations awuitlni; connections from other liin-s.
Close ain! sure connection" at Si Louis w ilho'her
lines for North, East and West
L. M. JOHNSON.
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI It'v.
TIME TAHI.K OK ASEXOKU TItAI.NS FltoM
VINCEN.NES (No.'. UO, IsTU.)
No. 3 Dav Express i Except Mite'.ay) l:"fip. m.
li Epre.s i Except Suudayj. 1:1.'. p.m.
4 Nisdit Expre-s IDailyi. U':3Uo. m.
No. 5 Express i Except Sunday) :K,a. tn.
1 Day Expro- i Except Minday i. . . i:'" ,k in.
" 3 Ni'lit Express i Dully) .' D'Jja. III.
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II. L. HAI.LIDAY. Vice-President.
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