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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 10, IHSO.
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TYIXFIELD SCOTT HAXC0CK.
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. TARSONS.
For Secrctaayof State,
JOHN II. OBERLY,
of Alexander County.
LOUIS C. STARKEL,
of St. Clatr County.
of Winnebago County.
For Congress, 1Mb district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator of the Wth district.,
WM. A. LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
D, T. LIN'EGAR, ,
of Alexander county.
H. B. BUCKINGHAM,
of Union county.
"Tub right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpup,
Ibe Liberty of tho Press, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Rights of Perrons and the Rights of
Froperty 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 at the unmilng November
election, for the office of County Attorney for the
county of Alexander, Illiuois. ANGUS LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLERK. -We are authorized to an
nounce that ALEX. II. IHV1N will be acnndl
date at tho ensuing November election for the
tifflce of circuit clerk lu Alexander county.
FOR SHERIFF Wo nro authorized to annonnce
that Mr. JOHN HODGES will be a candidate
for re-election tu the office of Sheriff, of Alexandre
county, ut the nexk November election, subject
only to the vote of the people at the pulls.
Genehal W. T. Sur.iiXAN.
"Write down the very lut things yot can think
or say of Ovn. Hancock as an officer and a gentle
man and 1 will sign it."
Genliul U. 8. Grant.
"I nave nothing t .ay sgaini-t Gen. Hancock. I
nave known him for forty war". His iiersonnl. of
ficial and militarv record if" Koud."
James A. Gaiuiei.ii.
"The man who attempts to iri t up a political ex
citement iti thin couiilrv on the old sectional icri'i
willflud huuelf without a party and without sun
HON, liollKIlT Bei.l.
'(ieiitlcimn: The principles T tho Hemostatic
Fiarty are as fur above the principles of the Heputi
Iran party a the battlement of hiirh heaven uru
Hborethv mudMlls of hell."
C'oloxei. John Ha v.
"The Republican hands in this cimpalirn tlmt at
ti'inpt to detlie the private cburacier oi (i.-u llau
wk would only deillr tlieinsi lws ,
dlw, patriot and a iimn of tinnii;i, U character, uml
lii private record is uiiasmiilkl le.''
Hon. Caiii, Si m ia,
. Mf thtll certainly not attempt to ilepredita'r the
r.hara' ter olGen. Ilunotk. uml t),e nr. ia rvin.
which he brn reudeuj to the u.uf.rv. He it a
rreriVmiinftfirrenrnaehnble character, which I fliall
be sorry to see rtnv effort nimlu to discredit. Asa
mililli r. hu him shown signal bravery ana ckill In
handline troops under dilllciilt circumstances, and
hln uitme in iduntiiled with mime of the most splen
did achieveiiieiitH of the war. ror all this every
good citizen will honor nun.
(iKN. Wintiemi Scott Hancock,
"A full vote: a free ballot: and a fair count."
"Public omeo if a trust, not a bounty bestowed
npon the holder. No incompetent or dishonest per
mm rhoukl ever bo entrusted with it."
"If called to tlm Presidency 1 should deem it my
duty to resist with all mv power iinv attempt to im
pair or evade tho full force and effect oi the con
futation, which in every urliclo, section and amend,
iimrit, is the supremo law of the linul.''
"The right of trial bv iitrv. the habeas corpus,
the liberty of tho press, the freedom of speech, the
natural rights of persona, and the rights ol property
must be preserve'.!."
Appk'ton's Readers wcro declined as a
gift by the St. Louis board August 24,
iy80, by the decisive vote, of seventeen to
seven. Thus ernnlmtically were these
books refused as a ril't in tho home of their
To all who are suirerin;: from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I
will send a recipe that will euro you,
free of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in South
America, fiend a self-addressed cnevlopo
to tho Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D,
New York City.
'Ik the Republicans don't get 7,000 ma
jority. I will consider it a Democratic vic
tory." James G. Blaine.
Mrt. Blaine's dispatch, if it means any
thing, means that there are about 13,000
purchasable Republicans in his state and
that the average price of a Republican is
five dollars. It is very doubtful whether
the Plumed Knight's charge against the
citizens of his own state, that they sold
themselves as so many cattle, is calculated
to enhance the stalwarts in that state.
Vermont's majority keeps getting less
for the Republican ticket, and will barely
reach 24,000, if it does not go below those
figures. "When the increased vote at last
election is remembered and compared with
former majorities, it will be found that the
Republicans in the recent election actual
ly lost about 5,000.
Col. Bob Ingersoll has come to the
front with a suggestion which, if it could
be carried out, would furnish the Republi
can party with a good supply of campaign
funds. He suggests that a thousand rich
men of the Republican party subscribe a
thousand dollars each. Clearly Col. Bob is
afraid that the cash box is about empty, and
that he won't make anything more out of
campaign speeches. It will be hard work
finding the thousand men with the thousand
dollars each to give away.
It is very hard on the New York Tribune
and the Cincinnati Commercial, but then
truth is mighty and must prevail. The
stories.which those two journals made so
much viz: That Mr. English, the Demo
cratic nominee for vice-president, had fore
closed three or four hundred mortgages at
Indianapolis, and had turned as many poor
people out of their homes, and that his
house was protected by iron doors and iron
barred window, have been shown to be
without foundation. Tho Herald sent a
correspondent to investigate these stories,
and his report is that they are fictions. The
old stories having lost their interest, the
public are anxiously waiting for something
llARrEit's Magazine for October, while
in illustration as beautiful as the preceding
numbers, is especially remarkable for the
variety and excellence of its reading mat
urn sarau u. jewett contributes a
paper entitled "An Autumn Holiday." The
pathos of an October day is as apparent in
the humorous anecdotes told by her old
gossips as in her descriptions of an autum
Mn. Con way's "Demon-Hunt with St.
Hubert in Touraine" draws aside the musks
from several of the bogeys of that region,
especially in the case of Louis XL, who ap
pears, after all, to have been one of the
most patriotic of mouarchs. The article is
Under the title of "The Metropolis of
the Prairies," A. A. Hayes, Jr., contributes
an exceedingly increasing article on Chi
cago, which is illustrated with twenty-two
Ltcretia P. Hale contributes an excel
lent and timely article on "Art-Needle
work," with ten illustrations.
Besides the serial novels by William
Black and Henry James, Jr., there are good
short stories by George Tursons Lathrop
and Mary F. Prescott.
John Couman, captain of tho Sophia
Walker, in accident upon whieh vessel fig
ured so prominently in "A Puzzle for Meta
physician published in the June Harper,
contributes some very interesting notes in
cluding, besides that incident, several
others, turnihhing "puzzles fur metuphysi
ciiuif, "connected with his cruises.
The Editor's easy chair is full of interest
The Drover contains a liumormu poem
by Mrs. :, T. Coumett, entitled "Miss
Minerva's Dij-nppnii.tnietiV' a strong Vhar
ueter tke'.ch by U, M. Johnston "Leu
Peek's Wager," and some very quaint
Scotch stories, with illustrations. Tho
other Editorial Departments maintain the
usual high standard of excellence.
A TEXAS TRAGEDY.
LY AN OLD CONTRIBUTOR.
In tho height of the land fever, my
menu, narvey ivnigur, nmt i went on a
southwestern trip to ; try our fortuuo with
tho rest. Who knew. but we might stumble
on tno site ol some t inure great metropolis,
where a tow hundreds judiciously invested
nugnt make ua millionaires by tho tune
we reached our prune? Such thinirs had
happened to others; why not to us?
As a general thing wo pursued our way
in company, but occasionally we woul
separate for a day or two, Agreeing on
place of rendezvous, at which whoever ar
rived first would wait for tho other. Our
explorations were thus given a wider scope,
at less expense ol time than would have
been possible had wo remained constantly
We had hardly crossed the Texas bound
ary when we began to hear of Reuben
Duckwall. Like other travellers through
that sparsely settled region, we found it
prudeut to keep ourselves informed, from
time to time, of tho various places ahead at
which lood and shelter might bo found.
To the answers to our inquiries one picco
ot advice was invariably added :
"Stop at Djickwalls tavern, whatever
time ye git there. Old Reub's the chap to
do tho snuar thing by an' beast, an' besides
he's a man of eddycation."
"Come," said Harvey Knight, as we took
tho saddle one morning, "push on straight
to Duckwall's, keepin: an eye on the face
of the country meanwhile, while I take i
more circuitous route with a view to in
siiectinf' a few of tho prophetic towns and
cities bo plentifully scattered hereabouts,
"And bo sure," said Harvey, as we turned
our seperate ways, "to put the backwoods
Boniface on his mettle by nsppising him of
what a connoisseur your expected friend is
in the cuunory arts."
The sun was settinc as I drev rem at
Reuben Dukwall's door. There was an air
of hospitality and comtort about the huge
log cabin in no way belied by the hearty
welcome of its owner, as he bade mc alight
and enter, while hu took charge of my
The sound of voices within, in angry dis
cussion, ceased as I crossed the threshold.
The sole inmates of the room were a
young man and a young woman, of whom
the former was some years the senior.
"You will repent this!'' was the speech,
in the male voice, which appearance inter
rupted. The two tacing each other with flushed
cheeks; and it was some moments before I
was favored with the notice of either. At
length the young man, the scowl upon his
face added nothing to its gainliuess, un
graciously offered me a seat, His compan
ion, with an abashed look, left the apart
ment without speaking.
The silence remained unbroken till tho
host's return. Mr. Duckwall was not the
man to leave the ice long unbroken. In less
than five minutes we were in unreserved con
versation. When I informed him of my friend's an
ticipated arrival during the night he look
ed a good deal concerned.
"How soon do you expect him?" he in
quired. "Between midnight and morning," I an
swered. "We started together, but his road
was much longer than mine."
"Has he much about him in the way of
"A gold watch, and a considerable turn
of money," I replied.
The landlord's look of concern deepen
ed. "Is there any danger of robbers?" I ask
ed. "I think at least I hope not, at pie
sent," said .Mr. Duckwall. "There was :
desperate gang heieabouts, but the regula
tors took them in hand, and those who es
caped have kept shy ever since."
The young man, who sat moody and sul
len during tlie conversation, I learned was
Mr. Duckwall's sou; and the girl who hud
disappeared at my arrival, but who reap
peared at supper-time, I was given to un
derstand, later on, was the only survivor of
a family of emigrants slain by tho savages
the helpless babe having been left, with
fiendish cruelty, to perish in the wilder
ness, a fate from which it was rescued by a
kindly-hearted hunter, who found and carri
ed to his home the little orphan, whom he
reared with all a parent's tenderness.
This, as I learned it in the course of the
evening, was the story of Ellen Vail, who,
her protector being dead, had found em
ployment in the house of Reuben Duck
wall. The fatigue of the day's journey caused
me to retire early, and the sleep into which
I fell was undisturbed till morning.
The first impression on my waking senses
came from tho sound of voices beneath my
window, which I readily distinguished as
the same my entrance had interrupted on
the previous evening.
"No, Tom, I can never be your wife,"
said tho girl, in low, distinct tones.
"And why not?" was the passionate re
sponse. "Will not that tempt you? See
there is money to dress you like a lady,
and it's at your service."
"Were it millions, honestly got, and not
as I fear this is, tho fruits of crime, it could
never lure mo into marrying a man I do
"Be careful how you brave my anger,"
returned tho other with ill-suppressed rage,
"I have already felt its violence," the
girl answered. "I shall never forget the
blow you once gave mo in a fit of ungovem
ed passion. But not even tho terror of
your fury can influence mo in this."
A fierce Imprecation in reply ended the
t My first inquiry, after rising, was for my
friend; and it was with much surprise ami
alarm that I learned he had not yet ar
rived. In tho midst of my anxiety a band of
armed men on horseback made their an-
"What's the matter, Trimble?" inquired
tho elder Duckwall of tho leader, as the
"A man has boon found murdered." the
other answered. "His uunio, it would im-
pear from papers found on the body, was
Harvey Knbht. and hure'a the bullet tlmt
killed him. The doctor, there, cut it out."
Voun:; Duckwull stepped forward and
whispered In Triinblc'H ear.
The latter turned upon mo quickly, as 1
stood stunned and speechless at the dread
"Perhaps you can give on account ot
your movements last niht," ho said, sharp-
"I retired early," I replied, "ami did not
leave my room afterwards till a few minutes
"Why," broke in the cider Duckwall.
vcrsibly astonished, "I saw you myself
coming in just before daylight. I didn't
seo your face, it s true, for your hat was
slouched over it; but the moon wos shining
brightly, and there was no mistaking the
"The overcoat -let's sec it," said Trim
Tom Duckwall hurried to bring it.
'lninblo thrust his hand into one of the
"Hero's n pistol!" he exclaimed, drawing
out my revolver, "is it yours.
I admitted tho fact.
"When was it last fired off?"
"Never since I brought it before starting
on my travels,"
"The chambers were all loaded then?"
"And you are sure none of them have
since been discharged?"
"How do you account for this, then?"
the questioner continued, pointing to one
of the chambers which was empty and pow
"And for that ?" he added, before I had
time to answer, exhibiting a broad blood
stain on one of the coat sleeves.
"And see," he went on, "this bullet ex
actly fits the empty chamber. What do
you say, comrades, guilityor not guilty?"
"Guilty 1" they all answered,
"And the penalty?"
I was led forth and bound to the irearost
tree. Half a dozen rifles were levelled at
my breast. Tho chief of the regulars stood
ready to give the fatle word, when the
slight form of Ellen Vail rushed between
me and mv executioners.
"Hold!" she cried, "He is not guuty.
There stands the murderer! It was ho who
entered the house this morning, wearing
the stranger's coat and hat, which he must
have taken and returned secretly while the
owner slept. I saw and recognized him
in spite of his disguise, and in his posses
sion will doubtless bo found the evidence
of his guilt."
'Curse her. exclaimed the accused man;
nd before his hand could be stayed, the
irl lay a corpse at the ruffian's feet,
Screed through the heart by a ball from his
g The next moment the dastard was strug-
ing in the hands ot his captors: and a
pi isty inarch of his person brought to light
a thick roll ot bank bills, together with my
poor friend's watch, on which his name was
I was instantly released, while the double
murderer was draped into the forest out
A minute later, and a loud report broke
the stillness. The heart-broken father cov
ered his face with his hands. His repro
bate son had gone to his acconnt. New
Ought a woman to kiss a tobacco-Chew-
er: "ies if she chews and no one outfit
to choose to be w ithout Spring Blossom, to
keep there blood in order. Paul O. bench
JlMINISTRATOirS SALE OK REAL ES
Public notice Is hereby rlM'ti tl'Kt 'y virtue of a
judgment and order of tlie county cort of Alexan
der county. lUinoif . maiU: :u.l t-ij ' , , ,1 at the J line
terra thereof, A. I). 1 0. in a niie v. h'Teirj Eh.a
J. Twcute. administratrix ufii e state of Alexander
Twetite. tleceai-ed. w as plaint I:'., at.i. Mti .'. Tweme,
Amos A Twente.Asa I. Twenty. .r':ir II Twente.
Km J. Twente. John II. (.'inr!;. I rat.kllu Hltt and
William Toltiert. were (i-feinlaii!-. !"r the sale of
real estate to pay the debts, of he i!d Alexander
Twente, deceased, 1, the uwli r'LXeit. adminis
tratrix as aforesaid, w II n Wednesday,
the i'.'th day of (September. lo, at eleven
o'clock a. m., at the IVom il,..nr of the court
house In Cairo in said Alexander coui'ty. i.ro
oeed to sell at nubile sale, to tlm blt'liest bidder
the following uccrlh-d r-a'i r-taie, Iree and clear
of the dower of the utiikr."!i.'i)"d us widow ol the
salil deceased, namely :
The undivided live-sixths iTm; of the out!ient
quarter, of the wirtLwest quarter, am! of the south
west quarter of the northwest qua'ter. of section
twenty-live ivir.ilii township fiftcn. south ratce
No. tiiree (11) west of the third principal meridian
in said Alexander county, lor the purpose ol pay
In!! the debts of fald estat-.u
The terms of sale are. one-half rash down, and
the balance in one year with note, arid also mort
liace on the real estate sold to secure the deferred
payment; suid note to bear interest at the r.'ttu of
fix percent. ELIZA J. TvVKNTK.
Cairo. 111., Aug. 30, 1SS0.
Whereas, F. Marlon Lawn-nee and Evallne Law
rence hl wile, did, by their deed of trust bearii
date June 'J I. A. It. Is',!', and recorded in the re
corder's office of Alexander county, Illinois. Julvl,
A. I). IST'i in Bo.ik (i" of Trust Deeds.nn page ;m,
convey to the undersigned trustee, the followln'j
real estate situate In county of Alexanderand State
of Illinois, to-wit; The southeast quarter of the
northwest quarter, nndthe northct quarter of the
southwest quarter, all of section thtrl.v-fotiri.'Ui,
township fourteen (M). runce twoCJi. west of third
principal meridian, in trust to secure the payment
of a certain promissory note In said deed of trut
described: and whereas, default litis been made In
the payment ot salil note, which said note remains
long sinco past duo and unpaid. Now, therefore,
on application of the legal holder of said note no
tice is hereby given, that the undersigned trustee
Will, oil MoNllAY TIIK J'Ttl DAY or SKIIE.MRKK. A.
I). Isso, at the door of the court house. In said Al
exander county and State ol Illinois, ut the hour of
it o'clock p, m . of saidday. oiler for sale and sell
at pu :illc auction to the highest bidder, fur rash, the
above ib'svribed real estate to pay mid satlsly the
amount of principal ami Interest due upon said
note. WII.MAM 1IUI.EN, Trustee.
Caiiio, III., August un, iss i,
State of Illinois. Alexander I'otinty ss.
In tho Circuit Court of Alexander County, Sep
tember term Ihso,
Pe'er Conrad vs Matthew J. Hyan Debt In
attachment. Demand $i.H:w.:rt.
The above named defendant Is hereby notified of
the pendancy of the above attachment", at the suit
of Peter Conrad, against tho estate of .Matthew J .
Ryan, for the sum of g'.'.lctSAV and before the above
named court now pending: n ml that unless said de
fendant shall appear, give hall tin il plead wlth'tl the
time limited for hl npieiiriince In such case, to
wit : on or before the third day of the September
terra of said court, to be holdeii at the court house
In said county on the the third Mniidav of Septem
ber, ISN'i, Judgment will be entered, atnl the estate
so attached will be sold,
JOHN A. REEVE.
Clerk of said Court,
Cairo, III., August, Ih, lsso.
Green S Gilbert. Atljs.
State of Illinois, Alexander Coiintv ss
In the Circuit Court of Alexander County,
letiioer term, irw ,
The Cltv National Hank of ('alio vs. Matthew J.
Ryan Debt-ln nttaeimieiit. Dcniimd ?n:',. 11.
The above named defendant Is hereby untitled of
Ihe pendancy of the above attachment, at the suit
of Ihe City National Hunk ol ( alio against the es
tate of Matthew J. Hyan lor the sum of StlM.U, utid
before tho above named court now pending; and
that unless said ilciWulant -hull appear, give hall
aiid'plead wltli.n Hie time limited ,fnr his appear
ance lu such case, tn-wlt: on or before the third
day o the September term ol said court, to be
hidden at the court house In said coiintv on Hie
third Monday of Nc plumber iwi, Indttmeiit will he
entered, and tho estate so altMclicil will be suid.
JdilN A. HKKVK.
Clerk of said Court.
Cairo, Ill., August Jfiili, :ewi
Green & Gilbert, Attys,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. Ii.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only .Line Kvmniiiy;
M, KINO DlUEC'T CONNKCTION
Tiuixs LiiAVt Caii'.o:
.1:1 ." n in, Mail,
Arriving In St. Louis D :!.' a.m. : Chicago. s.. To p.m.
Coi.iiecting nt Udin and EUlngham for Clnclu
uatl, Louisville, Indluiiapohs and points Lu-! .
1 1 :.l) n.m. M. J.ouin nmi ewlorii
Arriving In St. Louis 7:U." p. in., and coiiiiectin
for all points est.
-4:;j p.m. I-'.-iHt KxprosH
For St. Louis urid Chicago, arriving utst. Louis
in: io p.m.. and t hlcngo i a m
-I : ) p in. Ciiu'imi.-tti I'lxprcKM.
Arriving at Cincinnati T:li am.; Louisville T:j)
am.: Indianapolis 4:oo a.m. I'usseiigers bv
thin train reach the above points ;o
not us lu advance of any other route.
fThe l:gi p. m. express has PULLMAN
Sl.KEI'ING CAR Cairo to CiLCltiua:!. without
changes, and through sleei ers to St. Louis and
Fapt Time East.
I' lcflnn'oii.' bv this line go through to Eat
a u .-?.-? jii i. f,, minis without any dflay
rauseu nv :unv inti i-vi uing. 1 He Saturuav alter
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
morning at 10::;i. Thirty-six hours iu advance of
auy other route,
"For throngh ticket and further information
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Dep'ot, Cairo.
J. II. .lONESl
Gen Southern Agent.
A. II. I1ANSON, Gin. Pass.
CAIRO A: ST. LOUIS Ii. II,
H. W. SMITIIKIiS, Ken-fiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Express leaves Cairo
Through Express arrives at K. St Louis.
Through Express leaves E. St Louis...
Through Extiress arrives ut t'aim
5:1" p nt.
.Murpliyshuroaccumniouallonli-aves ( aim 1 ::to p m
.MuiphyshornAcc.arrives.at Miirphyshuro T:.'iii.m
Murphyshoro Acc, leaves Murphysboro .. 5:(i"a.m.
Mjrphvshoro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11 :aSa.m.
The Cairo 4 St Louis Hail Road Is the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louis nnder one
management, therefore there are no delays at
way stations awaiting connections from other lines
Cioseand ure connections at St. Louis with other
lines for .North, hast and West
L. M. JOHNSON.
QHIO .fc .MISSISSIPPI R'v.
TIME T.UILE OK r.VSKN;F.K TRAINS FROM
VINCEN.NES (NO. UO, 197'J.)
No, S Day Express (Except Sunday)..
' fl Epress i Except Snudayj
" 4 Night Express (Daily)
No. 5 Express (Except Sunday)
" 1 Day Extiress (Except Sunday). ,
" :) Night Express (Dally)
. 1 ::t.'i p. in.
,. G:CS a, m.
. i::t p. tn.
. 1 :A'i a. m.
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