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TIKIDAY, HK 1T. 8, 1H74.
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HNHlfng inntlor nil evrrj- finite
1'KE-MtiVNT Ghast has entered
Vvon horM at the St. Louis fair.
Tin: Farmers' clubs, iu the severil
counties of this state, nro appointing
committees to investigate the official
records nntl make a report to tho peo
ples of the dealings they maj discovor.
Iteniocni ( fc S(u t o Tii'fce. .
Kor State Trc:iurcr
For Superintendent l l'nlille Instruction
S. M. BTTUlt.
I! en. ( han't was requested to at
tend the dedication ceremonies at the
Lincoln monutneut at Springliohl. JIo
hm not time. JIo is so busy ho can
not pay any respect to the memory of
tho man who mndo him.
'I'm: .Springfield, Illinois, correspon
dent of tho .St. Louis Republican nays
thoro is dissatislaction in nil tho par
ties of this State. "There is, nil
though iho .Stale," ho remarks, "a
general disposition 10 'ooir lor too
siko of bolting, il for no other reason."
Tin: Sun has Raid that a resolution
condemning the civil rights bill was
voted down by tho Anna convention.
Tho Sun ought to know that tho con
vention did not vote down such n reso
lution, and knowing this thu Sun ought
Q'inngtt sudden, contraiti bewllierlnir aid
associations strange. Only think of tbe
ouuioorn xiunoi uemocracy sitting down
to n dish of Grant' orthodox financial
poller and the mixed tchooli ot tho civil
rights bill, UaL! It makes the honeat
Democrat gag and votult, Mound City
Tho Journal ought to be truthful if
it will persist in being ignorant. The
Anna convention did not endono
mixod Bohools, and The Journal knows
that Mr. Oborly doos not. Wo novor
voted for such schoolc, we never advo
cated thotn. We have advocated the
education of the negro iu separate
schools, and will whatever prejudiced
.Democrats may say.
l'tnsr The restoration l k(I'I nml miut I to ho too truthful to 1 iu u
as tliu li.'i.lol ttioctirn.ney: thu rcMiiiiplion I r-r:
of ipeclo jciyninnf n noon i !(.' '' Mr. Cliarlon Sunitwr
i ..... . M.. """'try, I ; jl0 H.,f, . "Xnko cart
ix niHly ifjff.if fun nml by Hie
payment (if the national Imlcbtclno In tin
money ot tlio ehlllzcd worM.
Skcoxd Kree commerce; tiotnrill fornii
other puipovu but ruvenuu.
Tiiiiid lnilUlduullilmrty ami opposition
to sumptuary laws.
i'orinil-Tlie right ami iluty ol the
Slate to protect tin clll.cii from evtoillim
and unjiiht discrimination Jby chaileud
ririiilltgld ratlrlctlon ot the Kovorn-nit-lit,
both State and National, to the lcj-H-imiite
iloniHin of political potter by evcltnl
Imr therefrom .ill oAucutlvo nml letfMnllve
In tcraicildlliif; ttilh thu nllViIri or Society
whereby monopolies me fostered, prlil
edged cla-.es aggrandized, ami lndlvldiia
freedom unnecessarily and nppreiMtcly
Tho following Central Committee
was appointed by tho Republican con
gressional convention that met at
.Mound City, August lit, 1871 :
Alexandor county, G. W. McKclg ;
JacVtOD, UenJ. L. WIloy;
Johnion, A.J. Aldan;
Massac, Henry Armstrong :
1'errv, S, J. Parks ;
Pope", 11. D. Haker;
I'ulaiH, George W. Morlz, Sr.;
Handolph, I). It. MoMaitort;
Union, It. 1) Sllnson ;
"Williamson, Milo Krwin.
The following Coutral Committee
was appointed by the Republican con
vention ol tUo Fiftieth houatorial dis
trict, held at Mound City, August lit
Alexander county, K. K. Walbrldgo
Jackaon, Ezra il. l'ellett;
Union, T. II. i'iillllpi.
At tho Dcmooratia oouurcmiotml
convention, held at Anua, September
.), lSel, tho following Central Com-
mitteo for tho Rightecuth district was
Kandolph, IJovcrly -ViIHhiro;
I'erry, K. Ji. ituiber;
Wlllianiion, (. W. Goddard ;
Jacliion, G. W. Androws;
Unlen, Hugh Andrawi ;
Johnson, 1. N. I'mrco :
Mantao. J. W. Thrift:
I'ope, D. II. Field ;
l'ulaiki, Obed Kdson ;
Alexander, John H. Oborly ;
At Large, Judi;e K. Uro!, UIro.
TJio following executive committco
ior Union county was appointed by
tho Doiuocratio county convention that
met in .lonesboro, August 121, 1H71 ;
Judg. M. U. Crivwford :
O 11. Kroh i
O. 1'. Hill.
had died Lo
re of my ofvi'
rights bill," he would have been moro
etteemod iu death than ho will be. ilis
bill is having, uven before its passage,
u most pernicious effect at tho South
It is tho came of bloodshed, and threat
ens to prei ipitato n war of races iu that
part of the country.
Two gcntlomcn, Hldor" 1). J. fc'an
ders and Wm. Rhodes, nro debating
elosocommuinon in illiamson couuty.
Thny would bo more profitably em
ployed at wood-iawing. Such discus
sions arc wearisome. If Sanders and
Rhodes aro really desirous ol cntor
taining the public, they should drop
close communion and take up tho liuan
cial iiuestion or the tariff.
Col. JJoiikktM'. IIl-nhley, of Ma
rion, is n candidato for State senator in
that district. Tho Colonol was a Had
ical for a short time, hut ho returned
to the Democratic fold, and finds it
difficult to descrvo men sufficiently
Democratic to meet with his favor. Ho
has become excessively Democratic,
and would therefore make an excellent
Democratic candidato for senator.
J no lollowing Mato committco was
appointed by tho Domoor.itio.OptHi.-i
tion convention, at Springfield, August
1st District, Kgbert .lumceon, Chicago.
jiisirici, Win. .I.Uniihui), t h.otgrt
iid District, V. H. (). Winton, Uhu-hgo
1th District, A. M. llarrington.Oiuieva.
ou JJistriot, wm. W right, J- ruepurt
lh District, J. H. Druko, Itock llnnd
7th District, (ioo. V. ltvons, UUhwh.
fllh District, Wushiogton K. Cook,
lth District dims. King, l'ooria.
10th District, David K. Head, Unrthago
11th District, J. M. Ilush, I'lttsllold.
12th District, K 1. .Murrllt, Hprlngllold.
13th District, John A. Mallory.IUvHnH
lltli District, J 11. Hu.by, UhMnpalgn.
16tb Dinrict, N. O. Hubinson. I'.tUui
16th Dlttrlot, 0. D. Holies, Orponville.
17lh District, W. H. Kromo, I'.dwards.
18th District, V. 11. Gieon, Ualro
l!th District. JainKH 1. Hoblnson.Ulr.
At Larue. K. II. AUllur. UhlcHm.
At Largo, it. AY". Townseiul, Miuwneo
town. At Largo, H'm. IJrufnp Jacksonvillo.
iMr. Rrown wa& elected chairman of
Tin: defeat of tho "great and good"
Jud-o l'olaud is significant. Tho
Judge was a candidate for re-election
1 to cougroas iu a Vermont distriot, but
no nau voted to wintcwasli, and lor a
bill ;to muzzle tho press, and was
dooafed in n strong Jfepublioan dis
fncf. t lioroforo wo remark-, that
Uou. Isaao Clements may also "look
out lor thundor." IIo is not Joss
guilty than Mr. Poland, and his defeat
may as reasonably be expected.
Tin: Radicals cherish him, and call
him "Little Ike." "Come outand heir
Little Iko discuss the issues of the day,"
says tho Radical committee of Massac
-ounty. Well, Iko is little not so
lilllo in person as in mind. JIo is. not
big enough man to represent this
district. Personally, he is as IiSl- ns
nybody.ii really clover gentlemen ; but
this district oujrht to have a biirL-cr
man to represent it thnn Mr. Clements
Tin: J'aducah Kontuckian charges
that tho negroes, backed by tho Radical
party, nnd mwhgitati Democratic jour
nals us tho Louisville Courier-Journal,
aro responsible for tho bad blood now
existing in the South between tho white
and black races. Tho rowdy whito
men who shoot negroes who don't get
oil tbe udewalks when they approaoh,
and who shot down in cold blood six-
a n . t .
iecii oi uiu uniortiinato race in ono
night, are "all right,''in tho estimation
oi tho Kcntuckian.
Uiicrly and his littlo ring bavi a cute
way of killing ell rival aspirants. Jhoy
lovo them to doath, Thoy aro llko tho
instrument of torturo and doath that was
the Imago of n most beautiful Wktzian,
Tho vijtlm was called to embrace It.when
tho lovely arms ontwlned about him and
sharp knives sprang out, Inflicting & hun
dred wounds; and whon the embracoro
Uxl tho poor victim foil, a llfoless corpso.
When Oburly & Co. cannot seo tho way
clear to nominato nnd elect one of thoir
number, thoy soUct a victim from imnn.
tho most influential Rsplrants outside, and
cut his throat so scientifically the vicllin'i
frlon is think themselves under obligations
in mo airaiiini. j jionnci uity Journal,
"'ho Journal ought to bo Mr il' it
cannot ho reasonable. Mr. Oborjy has
bad nothing to do with any political
intrigue, nnd combined with no person
for any purpose Tho Cairo dolegu
tion acted at Anna openly and hon
estly, and had in view no other object
man tho huccoss of tho Opposition.
Tin: Springfield State Journal (Rad
ical, soft) is Bhockod at tho utatemout
that Judgo Allen had in his pookot tho
proxies of two counties in this distriot.
and thus armed attended tho Demc
cratic-Oppositton convention on thi
i-'Gth of last mouth. Why, bless the
Journal a innocent soul, our politicians
down hero know how to do their work.
Our Mr. P. H. Pope, who is a Radical
IIrd, can discount Judgo Allen in the
business of proxies, and the Judge iB
not an inexpert gentlemen in tho uao
of such aids to success. Mr. Popo can
double discount Judge Allen as a prox-
yite. Ho never gocB to a Republican
otatc couvontion without haviiiL' his
oyc upon tho proxy card, which ho fro
qucntly plays, and "rakes in tho pot."
nr. ... . s
ncr uo this. We dou't know
how to use proxios, and wc ilwava 1.
low our betters, like Judec All.n in
use them in our oonventioDo.
ill than we caro to eonfo. The Opposi
tion will not unite ufon him his name
Inspires no enthusiasm among Democrat',
he can win no recruits from tbe camp ot
the Radicals I Why, then, was ho nomin
ated? Wo believo tho Gazette is mistaken
and that Iho result of tho prcsont oan-(
vans will show that Mr. Hartzel is a
stronger man than our cotemporary
believes, He was certainly tho strong
est man before the convention.
"The Opposition will not unile upon
him," says tho Gazette ; "his name in
spires no enthusiasm among Demo
crats, and ho can win no recruits from
the camp of tho Radicals." This is n
mistake. While it is true, that the
name of Mr. Hartzel docs not inspire
much enthusiasm among Democrats iu
this part oi the district, it is also true
that the Democrats of Randolph, Perry.
Jaokson and Williamson will support
him with great enthusiasm. He has
always beon a Democrat, and one, too,
who has commanded the respect of
reasonable Republicans, In 1S70 ho
ran for congress in a strong Republi
can district, and reduced tho Republi
can majority to lean than a hundred.
Thero is no reason why Democrats
should not vote for him ; there is no
IOK ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT& SON
' VVhotimle and Hot all H.vileM In
l'UKK LAKK 1UK,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbus, Kentucky,
Cairo olUcent iinleu ,t VIIoiiN, corner
Twellth treet and Ohio levee,
We wiH run au reo wagon throughout
raon, delivering pure Uko leu In uuyp
r the clt at the lowest market price, a
ol I also liirnHi our I'rleii li outude thou
with Ico liv tho euko or car load, tucko
WW dust, for shipment to any distance.
The stomaeh Is one of the limit ilelleatr
organs ot tho human system; and thu tmll
Kcstlblo food crowded Into it by tho iciiilre
mi nts of modern sooluty, keep It in
A State of Chronic Disorder
which Is followed by a resort to tonics and
alteratives for rellof. Il unfortunately lap.
pens, howcm, that many of the iinidli incn
used forthh purpose contain alcohol, which,
poured into n di-caicd stninurli pimlilcea Ir
ritation, creates IntUuiatlon, ami doit more
Injury than j;iiod.
OXYUKNATKD DITTEKH CONTAIN
reason why Liberals should not vote but aro a mmlv .......,,.
for him ; thero no reason why dissatis- which, in cases of DY.SPU'fllA flKAItr-
lied Radicals should not vote for him. '"LN, IN'DIGKSTION, ami other like ills
Then what is tho objection to him ? 0r'1' Htoncl' re,torc" ,l,e 'l""mU' l"
We presume tho GazetU bolioves be NATURAL CONDTON OF
cannot catry the Formers' voto. We HEALTH
believe lie eau. IIo is in high favor The OXYOKNATKIi IHTl'KltSlmoboeii
with the tanners' party in Randolph 10 lllc' l"I"'larremeily for the above com
and was, wc beliovo. nominated bv p,"!B!.,u ,!'n 1"t lblrly ycar" ""
.. ' u,-"u,u' uomiuaicu oy malnloln their unrivaled popularity.
mum eumu iiuio ago lor county judgo. I'nic fl pur bottle.
In our opinion a better nomination .soi.lt liVKHYWHtllK
could not havo beon made, under the J"uy Kl IJi;s,,v.-i'KitAN .v Co., I'roV..
circumstances, and if all tho Oppo.i- a umln Colloga l'lace, N ew Yoi
tion will unite in tho support of Mr,
WHOLESALE AND RKTAII,
PAINT AND II
fSEKfKUr s!BsssssW uH
Hartzel, throwing aside disappoint-
ment over failure toobtnin this or that
man, ho will be elected by a majority,
not largo probably, but sufficient.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
it. W. Ml M.Kit, l'reHldont, E
J. M. l'lULUI'-S, Vice 1'resldeTil,
C1IA.S. CU7.NINU1IA.1, Cuhler.
(or the newest and fajtcft selllojf book on
ny r . ii. iioour c n i"son ol l'elcr lt v"i
Keiuarauuie Tiiy.'iL'ei, Hilnwrecki. adven
iiiram, t'Apiuraiioot, piracies, inuillllc
naval combata, and the lil-tory ol all kind
or naval proxrcMH. The romance of "old
ucean." and 1000 llilng of tblnL-s of luter
cut and aluc. Over J00 illustratlon and
ery iow nriecu. Mend for cirruir .,.
luoai uuerai lorui- to agents, to
VAI.I.ICY ritRMSIHI.fU CO.,
St. Louis or Chicago.
"OLLK0TI0N3 fROMl'TLy MADE.
K.'CHANU....i i. .jii..i,..i
states heeiiritles bought and nulil.
Interest allowed on time deposit
THE CITY NATIONAL
Tho following Central Uommittco
appointed by tho Democratic oon-
"oB Tooth, N.Hun'ffl:
Uazlewood, Jumos K. MtCrim
Theb.s, J. 0. Kolwln,. MtLfUo'
Manta fe, J. AV. ItDnfrow.
Hnltv, W. J. Mlllord.
T W HalltJay and Jamrs Carroll.
Houtb Cairo, John 11. (Joumsu, John
Howley, John Hogan and JJr. I). Artcr.
Tho following Central Committco
was appointed by the Domocraticldb
cral oouvoution that mot at Anna,
Kepteinbcr -I, 1871, and nominated
candidates for tho Jcgislutue in the
hifticth Senatorial District .
Alexander, II f iilako, J U Lynch.
Jackson, 1' JJisbon, Joioph Cully.
Union, Ollvsr Hill, T M Merino.
A Urge, X V JJouton, of Union
Tin; GalJatiii O'nzotlo says Hon. S.
S. Marshall's majority iu tho Ninc-
eeiith district will bo over 2.000, that
!en. Anderson will ho out of tho ruco
iu thirty days, and that tho issue will
bo between -Marshall, tho Democrat
and Hnuin, tho Radical. On the other
hand, (Jon. Anderson's friends claim
that ho will beat Marshall by a large
majority. Ho has laboring in his be
half many of tho ablost Democrats in
CLEMEM'S IN WILLIAMSON.
Hon. Isaac Clements, Republican
candidato for Congress in this distriot,
is in Hilltamson county. Ho com
menced bis canvass at JefTcrsonville
yesterday, whero ho made an address, at
12 o'clock m., nnd at Centor School
House, whero ho spoke at 7 o'clock p.
m. To-day he will spoak nt Rolton.
at 7 o'clook p. in. and nt Sulnbnr
o ..- ... . r
springs on tlio Uth iust., at 7 p. m
tiis othor appointments for William
son nro ns follows:
At Skinner Schaal llmiu In Mii....
preclnt.on Thursday, Sept. 10 at 7 o'clock
At lMeasant Hill Church. In Orassr
imv ni.1 nn V.I.I. - i! . . . 1 . - . . V
, ...v., . ..uaj, ocpi. ii, ai i o clock
At V..II. o.l i ii ... . .
twi.u ucuusi iiouso, r.igui Mile
precinct, on Friday, Sept. 11. at 7 o'clock
At Harrison's Store. In Hnrrln'a it.i.
praclnot, on Saturday Sept. 1'.', at 13
At Carterville. in KIrht Ull
nn H.I.i.Ja. u . in . m t . ' I
. .Ju.uiunj, DU(H. li, Kl ( 0 O1O0K p, U).
mi. ii .. .. I 17 .. '"' ".-'
iiieuaiiatin (iazetlo, published at "0UU! "Kt und Sold.
est ' " 1
suawncetown, givos tho following m:i.iT ........3717 ......
FOR FEVER A AGUE
a U Salphate In tht sam dMua, whlla II afftett
mrmm tmmmt im uiuir ptuuDit ana mut tiuaptr.
fJti drlpUa Circular with fuMomUli
w - nynwiw iiomM Ml pun Ol l OOUtlWJ,
uiu term beir ns Sent. n. , u..i.i
a:lentllic, preparatory nd LnKlish courxei
is iivfumt ma morougn. The haealty
preparatory department so that )0uni men
In any term may receive Instruction in AI-
f.i J 7 .',:,"",vrr. irigonomciry.&urve) ng,
oiuer muuiCK inually laiinht In the best
wuuiuiri. ror luruicr information send
for caUloKucs to the president or trea.nrer.
W. V. IIALLIDAY. l-reldent;
IIKNKV 1,. IIALLIDAY, Vlei rreMde-t.
WALTKIt II YSLOl', AwMant Cashier.
STAATS TAYf.011, H. II, CUNNINOUAM
11. I,. IIAI.I.IIUV, W. T. IlAM.IIlAY.
U. 1). WII.I.IAMHOM, .STKI-IIKN itlllfi,
A. 11. .SAKVOIlll.
c. N." hughes, " "
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Levee, over Mathus & UhlV.
WSr-JvoM hut lirit-clt IU Comnaniri
'lin: I'ulaski 1'atnot says that
Oborly wroto tho report of tho proceed
ings of tho convention that nominated
Terrell for .lonator, and Jones nnd
Clannahan for representatives. Tho
Patriot gays the report "is Obcrly
Irom beginning to end. Tho Jlassao
i lines says thero is no Oborly in tho
report. The Times is correct. Mr.
.!.;. Lynch reported tho proceedings
of tho convention, and described tho
oratory oi Jones ami of Clannahan.
-Mr. Ljuch, sinco tho discusMon of his
report commouced, has come to tho
concision that tho press is his forto
and will, when his term as count v clerk
expires, become tho managing editor
What Democrats will com to when
followlui; tho lead of such men as Oberlr
was beautifully illustrated in tbn con!
Kreiilonu convention at Anna. Thursday
they are led Intoputures new, prorating
sketch of tho life of Mr. Charles Car
roll, tho Democratic-Opposition candi
date for Stato treasurer:
w. . 5JVro,1L..w". orn ,n h of
.rBiuiiu i"i, iie was educated at the
. iniL.iuu uniTursity ot Kentucky
After completing his studies ho nnl.,.,1
tho business house of John 1). Rlr,..nn
of this city, then as now, one of tho most
oiU-isive mercantile houses and produce
uiniuri in aouiuern lllinoil. Ills ololo
attention to business transactions wero so
iii;nij reearueu by nu employer that he
admitted him as an equal partner In 185a
This business relation oontlnued until
looo, wnen Air. uarroll oullt a larra r.n.1.
ness bouse and beoame a rival of his for
nior parlnor and tho many reliable htnl.
ness mon of our cltr. Ksv mm fciT. m.i
with greater success. His social and strict
business relations have endeartd him to
our peopie, anu no ranks to-day amonc
the first business men of Souther i Illinois
im oas always been In the ran of .11
movements, having In view the develop
ment' of "Kgypt." '
romicaiiy. Mr. Carroll Is a Democrat,
a diligent and manly worker in tbe causa ;
" uor vtma Known to 8 ask public
position. In 1871, ho was tendered the
nominauon lor Htate Senator from the 3d
District, but doclinod, aid that at a period
whon his majority would have been at
mi imown nunureu. tn 1H72 ha was ap
pointed a member of the Hoard nt m.
Commissioners of Illinois, hy OoTernor
l'almar. As a businoss man, he has few
.. .... j uiinuil nun n man unose con
sciousness of duty placM him beyond the
allurements that too freoueatly seduce
tilni. I..... t.. 1 1. . . T . . . ' .
..uu, ,uo (miu uingni anu conviction.
Ills nomination was the result r ,....
. , !... . "
uuuTicuon oi umy or me largest and
most talented body of mon that
pnmuivii III UUIIVIDl on in IDA Ntll. nf I u)a iiiii
Illinois. He comes up to tho Jeffersonl.n fnrm v.,..K'!. :-You will please In-
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) oodenware, VcKetahIcs, Fruits, A- .
A mail lulcudlnir to do hiinlnoss III li m!
Orst prepare lnuiss-ir to meet tlio n-
iulrpmcnts of Ids customers; nc.vt lie
must let every possible or probable
customer know that ho It; so prepared.
In a very small place he may Ti:i,I,ll
the people what lip ran do. In u lurc
Tlllaife h printed handbill, poMf r or
circular, properly dlstrlbntcd, will bo
eflicaclone, but WIIOKVKR IS IX A
I'liACK I.AKIIK KXOUdll TO M l'
rJKT A XKW.SI'Al'EK WILl, KIXIi
THAT IT IS TIIK ('II K A I'KST M KDI (IM
THKUUdll WHICH TO AIMMlKSSTIIi:
i er uar at noma. Terms rrn a.i.i.,..
"a ' i.iJun uu., J'ortlaod, lie.
I MOST EXTRAORDINARY
Terms of Advertising am orl'nmi fnr n.u.l.
papers in tho Stato of IL.I.INU1S I Send lor
a list of nanera and iOii'iIiiIk ni rntoy i .i
dress (iko. l. iiou-ici i. .. ft, .,!.-...
Ing Agent, 41 Park Itow, New York.
ItKFKK TO TIIK KlIITOH OP TlllS l'Afl:lt.
nflord. Morris & Cunao S77 J "WEZEJIKI
Insurance Agknt8, uWtiX? aTWaTO It
1'i Ohio I,oveo, City National Hank AugUtu, alu. ' s.-Jt-iIAw-Iw
"Ulldlllg, UAIKO, 1U.H,
1' lo olile.t . ekUbll.hed Agency in Southe
i'i repreeniui over
S65 0 0 0,000.00.
IIO AT NTOliKH
standard of quallQcatlon, "He iscapable
he Is honostV' '
(1.. it. ...
Li" lwr " Tin IIitU,tin:
ruadera that I have a jiosltlve
CUHE FOR CONSUMI'TIOX
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
Xo. 7(1 Ohio Lovte, CAIRO, ILLS
menu and Ulllu; order.
opeoiai niomioa Riven io oounhfn-
Tho Cairo Gazette is" not plea.ed Z
th tho iiominatioD of Mr. Hirtzel '"""'feds ut casesand will give
will not beneMi
, - - . v.vvi aitiv vwhh l hi iu r im i in will Hfllltl li
date, for ronnr.is. He Is not In our opln- ", to any aunVr "ddre.'liiK me,
ion tho man the occasion called far. . 1 lease show thU i-tirr to anvon. i
aH tho Opposition candidate for con
gress in thin distriot. In its issuo of
tho 7th iust.. tho Gazette savi :
- . I UT ft rjil ,. u.111 .. KanalU 1...I...I
Zr "V " ' Li' i wm ".end .
... i uy aiinrrvr uiliirri.iliiir in.
. .: ' ,ljuw this letter to any one you may
And also uses tho following l.. Jnd obXVliu.rW"
D . owlssea, ' IIUIIMII 4WUIH.
DR.T. F. BURT,
uu willlatss Nt, new ror
We feel a creator do?ree of tlannnlni.
moot over tho nomination of "Vini Hart-
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
No. HO Oliio Xiovae
WALL & ENT,
.Manufacturer)! and IJcalrra Iu
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH.
l'OPLAK.OAK, un'UUH, AHII, (1UM
A.NU COTTON WOUI), rjUlt
FAOKI) LU Mil Kit.
UKK-SMKII l'INK, AMU AND 1 'OP
LA It FLOOUINd, OKILNO AHI)
tMT'Olllce at Haw mill nt, khf r 'n, ......
wiiu .irecL anu UU 0 l.cveu.
Choice Dried Ice,
Fiua J't'ars and I'etichcs for
No 32 EIGHTH St.
ICE! ICE! TCJTT!.
HUSE, LOOMIS &, CO.
Taken Kict plcisureln nimouiiclnr; t
they are now piep.ired to supply euiybody
with lake leeoril,,, very ue.t ipwll'y, clllier
i,'iM,!1lml,i ,'","::H .'" ll,u hlou"' Order
"IIOIIIll II mi , l,. Vn. I'jl ll,l
52-5. 12-1 m
M. R. KUEHNE,
COH, lSTII AND WALNUTSTHKKTS
l'. o. iiox i;c. m-ij-211-tf,
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AT WILCOX'S Jtl.OCIv KO )1.00