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THUflSDAY, SEPT. 10, Mi.
Ofllclsl Fpro also City au.il C-onnly
JOHN H. OBBBIiY. Editor and l'titillaaor
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Democratic State Ticket.
For State Treasurer
For Superintendent ot l'ubllc Instruction
S. M. ETTER.
For Confrere Eighteenth District,
M-ouefMUf js. AblSUiailT,
First The restoration ol yold and tllver
at the buils ot tbe currency; tho resumption
oi specie payments as toon as posalble with
out disaster to tho boldness of tho country,
by steadily opposing inflation nml by the
payment of the national Indebtedness lu the
money ot tho civilized world.
Bboond Free commerce; not arid (or any
other purpose hut revenue.
Tmmt Individual liberty and opposition
to sumptuary laws.
Fourth The right nnd duty of the
Stale to protect 1U citizens from extortion
and unjukt discrimination by chartered
Kirru-Ulgid rsstrlctlon ot the govern
tnent, both State and National, to tho leult
lmate domain of political power by cxilud
lng therefrom all executive and leirlalatlvc
lntoraneddllng with tho affairs of'.toclety
whereby monopolies nro fostered, prlvll
edged clascs aggrandized, and iudlvidua
freedom unnecessarily and opprcs h -y
Tho following Central Committee
was appointed by the Republican con
gressional conrontion that met at
Mound City, August 13, 187-1 :
Alexander connty, O. W. VoKoalg ;
Jackaon, Ben, L. "Wiloy;
Johnson, A. J. Aldon ;
Maitao, Henry Armstrong ;
l'errv, S. J. lVrks ;
1'nlasVi, Ueorgo Vf . Mortz, Sr.;
Randolph, D. It. Mollastera ;
Union, K. B. Stlnion ;
"Williamson, Mllo Erwin.
Tho following Control Committee
was appointed by tho Republican con
triot, hold at Mound City, AuguBt 13(
Aloxander county, E. E. Walbridgo;
Jackson, Ezra O. I'vllott :
Union, T. II. Phlllipa.
At tho Democratio congressional
convention, hold at Anna, September
11, 187-1, tho following Central Com-
mittco for tho Eighteenth district was
Randolph, JUeverly "Wiltshire;
Perry, K. 0. Kusher;
TVIlllamaon, O. W. Goddard j
Jackaon, U. "W. Androws ;
Union, Hugh Androws ;
Johnson, I. N. 1'iorco;
Massac, J. "VY. Thrift;
I'opo, D. D. Field j
Pulaski, Obed Edaon ;
Aloxander, John U. O burly ;
At Large, Judge V. Dross, Cairo.
Tho following executive cominiltco
for Union county was appointed by
tho Dornocratio county couvention that
met in Jonesboro, August 21, 1871 :
Judga M. U. Crawford ;
t). II. Kroh ;
O. V. Hill.
'i'ho iollovring Stato cointnittco was
appointed by tho Poinocratic-Oppoai-
tion convention, at Springfield, August
1st District, Egbert Jarnoton, Chicago
lid District, Win, ,1. Unnhan, Chicago
Ud District, F. II. O. Winton, Chicago
4th District, A. M. Harrington, Geneva.
6Vh District, "Wm.AVrlght. Proeport.
Cth Diatrlct, J. B. Drakn, ltueV Island.
7tU DUttirt, Ooo.V. Ilavuns, Ottawa.
8lh District, "Washington K. Cook,
Dth District Ohaa. P. King, l'oorla.
10th Dlstriot, David K. Head, Carthago.
11th Dittrlct, J. M. Hush, 1'itUUeld.
12th District, K, U-Merrltt. rinrlnL-lleld.
13th District, John A. Mallory.IIavann.
inn Kisirict, j n. uutny, Uliampalgn,
loth District, N. O. llohinaon, KHing,
16th Dlitrlet. O. D. Holies. Greenville
17th Diatrlct, "W. U. Krome, Kdwarda-
lth Diatrlct, VV. II. Uroen, Cairo.
10th Diatrlct, Jamos 1'. Jioblnson.OInoy.
n ijarge, n. it. tinier, unioago.
At Large, It. "VY. Towneond, fchawneo
town. Al Large, AVm. Ilrown; Jackaonvillo.
Mr. Ilrown vra elected chairman of
Tho following Central Cominittco
vita ant.nin4n.l ). il. I.
. rrw.- MJ luu jjemocratio con
vention of Aloxander county, at Cairo
August 23, 1871:
Clear Creek, Thomas J. ilcCluro
Qooas Island, O. Oreenley.
IJoif Tootb, N. Hunaaekor.
Hajilewood, James E. AleCrlto.
Thsbaa, a.O. llolwlng.
2 II I Carroll. '
bouth Cairo, John U. Oo,,,,,,,, John
Uowley, John Uogan and D,. D. Arter.
The following Central Committco
mt appointed by tbc Democratic-Lib.
crnl convention that met at Anna,
Soptciubcr 1871, nnd nouiiuated
candidates Tor tho legislature in the
Fiftieth Senatorial District :
Aloxandory H K Ulnko, J G Lynch.
.lackon, 1 Dishon, .toioph Cully.
Union, Oliver II 111, T M Ferlno.
At Large, T K Uouton, of Union.
Tin: "outrage business" in tho South
i. to be pushed vigorously until niter
tho fall elections. Upon this meat the
Radicata propose to feetl and grow fat.
PfJSTM ASTKH-Or.NKnAI. .1 HWKTT has
informed tho clcrka in liii department
that they must hereafter buy their own
knives, that tho govermnout lias gone
out of tho business.
Tin: Mound City Journal requests
Mr. Ilartzc'l to kick out of the bed
mado for him by tho Anna convention.
Mr. llnrlzel will do no such foolish
thing, lln will not get out of that bed
into Potter's littlo trundle bed.
Pttol'.J. II. Turner, of Jacksonville,
has accepted tho nomination for con-
gross of tho Furtners of tho Twelfth
district. Ono ecntenco of his letter of
ncccptanco is as long as tho tail of n
I -Texas at
J tuii tun Htmidntil fttyti Clou.
Anderson's own frlonik nro rosjionsi
bio for tho "irco car bribery" chargo
against him. Ono of his indiscreet
friends said that he had payed for n car
for tho delegates, and thus tho report
. Tins Mound City Journal pay the
legislature at its session last winter
passed a law to mix colors in tho pub
lio schools. The Journal is eithor ig
norant or dishonest, or else it would
not make this assertion. Tho legisla
ture passed no such bill.
Mr. Pott En and his littlo Mound
City ring, disappointed bcctu?e they
cannot "run" things, nro now attempt
ing to raiso a row in tho Democratio
camp. It is a spectaelo for the gods
Potter leading Col. Watkina, Dr. Casey
nnd the vcncrablo Mr. Edfou by the
nose I Truly the cicature has become
greater than tho creator.
Up in "Williamson county, where
Hon. Win. J. Allen's political influ
ence is most potent whora lm ilirentu
and controls tho aflairs of tho party
tho Domoerats are fighting with inuoh
vigor if with littlo discretion. They
have caliod a mass mooting to organizo
tho party, and head tho call with start
ling headlines: "War of Races!' Tho
result of tho Fourteenth Amendment
Civil Rights Hill t" "Mixing the
whites and Blacks in Our Common
Schools in this Kioto." This is all well
county friends would nsk Judgo Allen,
and no would givo a candid answer,
thoy would learu that tho result of tho
Fourteenth Amendment Civil Rights
Hill did not result iu tho mixing of
tho lutes and Dlacks iu our common
schools in this State, but that tho edu
cational provisions of tho new consti
tution of this Stato, for which Jlon.
Wiu. J. Allen voted, did result in the
mixturo tho Williamson county Demo
crats aro complniuiug about. Wo sug-
tost tiiat the loss said about tho law of
ast pension, entitled 'A bill for nn act
to protect colored childrcu in their
rights in tho public schools," tho bet
ter. TllK Anna correspondent of tho .St.
Louis Republican fays :
The acenea connected with tho rocett
niootlni: of tha coneresiiunal L-nnvritinn
for tho Klghtoanth district, at this place,
wera gay, festive and peculiar. It was a
var of tha roaes tho red roso rampant,
tf . M A . ... . ... . ... r
ui iuu uiu war-norsea oi ino party
knigbts -who eat lance in rest in the times
tnai tried llio souls (and aolea) of Uirvprs
""u Jougui ior uumouracy In
war llmu. wnra presant, and most of
tbom favored Judgo Allen. The younger
and more conserratlva wora for Ilarl.sl
ot Kandolpb, who was suecciasful.
The representative convention nomina
ted Albright of Jacksen and Winston of
Aloxaudor, and still Cairo Is not happy.
Cairo noror forrlvaaa inn wlm fi..n;-
ing some yoars within tbo walls, subject
to tho bonign InQuence of Tus IIullmik
uioTea 10 some otbor town. That waa
Allrn'a and AlbrlRhfs nn, and Cairo is
"forntal" ihota accordingly.
Cairo in not opposed to either Allen
or Albright. It ia true the Alexander
delegation did not voto for Judgo Allen
iu tho congressional convention, tut
the Alcxunder county delegation in tho
renatorial district convention did voto
solid for Albright. Judge Allon know
that a Cairo man could not bo nomin
ated for nny office for which tlicro was
a contest, and lie tboicforo removed to
Jacknon county. Tliid gave him liis
Htrongth in tho convention ; and, if
his friends bad not blundered, would
havo secured to bim tho nomination.
When tho correspondent miya Cairo is
"foment" Judgo Allen nnd Mr. Al-
bright, tho correspondent id mistaken.
OWH'N COUNTY, KY.
Owen county, Kentucky, has become
notorious for itn lawlcfsnewi. Uoth
federal aud stato troops havu bcon tent
to it to iiuell insurrection. A day i.r
two ago, Judge MoManama, of the
Kleventh Judicial District of Ken
tuoky, opened court nt Owcutown, tho
county Boat of Owen county. H0 bo
gn his chargo to the graudjury iu
this languago , "It jg p0rhap tho Crot
tinio in tho history of Owen couutyi
when tho citizens havo over sat in court
when thoro was not n singlo man that
had not concealed weapons upon his
person." And ngain hosaid: "I havo
been a niombcr of this bar fur sixteen
years, nnd havo novorsccn n grandjttry
impannolfcd in your county when tho
hotel and saloon-koopers did not send
to them whisky and cigars." Iho
juilo then charged that tho sburiff hid
refused to nrrost n murderer, and paid :
"If you find tho facts ns 1 havo stated,
aud un Oncn county graudjury will
not indict this uhcriff, 1 will bring
hero from another county a graudjury
F.vitlmitly, Judge MuMnuniim is nut
trilling, and intends to ciifoict-' tho law.
In hid cll'ort-t to do n ho should re
ceive tho encouragement of tho whole
county. 1 1 i- high tlmo the lawless
ness that has been rampant at tho
South and iu parts of the North, should
bo repressed, nnd judges who aro will
ing to umko tho effort iu good faith,
ought to be sustained by ull law-abiding
'Til 11 STATU i'JUNTJNO.
On tho morning of the Olli inst., tho
proposals for Stato contracts was
opened by the board of commissioners
of State contracts. On printiug tho
bids wcro nlk very lowjho lowest being
that of Thomas S. Piuckard. Under
the new law on otato contracts, written
by Mr. Obcrly cscopt tho portion of
it in relation to binding, copying and
distribution of the public docninonts
the State wili savo thousands of dollars.
This law effectually prevents cueh
combinations as have heretofore been
made between parties bidding for the
printing aud binding, aud gives to the
State all the benefit that can be ob
tained from competition. For instance,
under tho bid of Pinckard, the State
will pay for typesetting less money
than Pinckard will pay to his printers.
Facts liku this havo lead us to bolicvc
tho "contract 6ystcm'' pernicious, and.
in tho language of the platform of the
Independent Reform party of this
State, "a fruitful source of corruption
and fraud, at tho cxpctifo of the labor
ing and mechanical clas.'cs."
Lot us look at this a moment. Mr
I'innkard offers to set the tvne of bills
and of book forms for twenty-eight
ccuta pc; thousand cms. niuiu.
chargo for this work, done at Spring
field, thirty-Cvo cents per thousand
ems. Now, it must bo clear to the rip
prcncnsion ot every ono, tnat .Mr.
Pinckard having bid less than ho must
pay printers at this time, must cither
cut down tho wages of tho printers, re
sort to "sharp praetioo" o ionlo him
mlf whole, or ul.n loso a greuv j,j 0f
money. Ho cannot, ns tcvcral of tho
uthcr bidders might Jiavo dune, make
up tho loss in composition in tho profit
on presswork, since his bid for press
work is also very low at u losing
rate. How Mr. Pinckard will "get out
of the woods" wo cannot imairinc.
CAPT. POTTKll OI1' THK U LACK
Oherly'a nrocreislTO domocracv outrht
to bo popular Ainonc the colored folks. It
certainly cannot bo among whit.
Mound" City Journal.
This is legitimato newspaper war-
faro. Wo do not complain. Mr. 1'ot.
tcr, of the Mound City Journal, ban a
right to bcliovo us to be what he Bays
wo arc an oncmv of tho nconlo. a
champion of tho bondholder, an advo
cato of negro social equality nnd a puro
lladical. lie charges thu30 things upon
us iu n courteous manner. Wo do not
therefore object to his animadversions.
Wo know ho enjoys tho pleasure of in
dulging in thorn ; but, uh u mntter of
courao, Mr. Potter anticipates from us
tho "retort courteous," and will not
rise up in wrath when wo gratify his
expectations iu this particular.
Mr. Potter courteously denounce?,
he docs not argue. Wo nro surprised
that Mr. i'otter prefers denunciation
ovon courteous denunciation to roaaou.
II is own experience should havo taught
liitn that such a policy is both unwifo
-Mr. Potter lias not probably forgot
to lemombcr that, during tho war of
thoiubollion, tho Democrat denounced
a-i not u Doiuoorat tho Democrat who
aborted that tho negroes Mtnuld bo
armod aud .vent into tho field. Wo did
not then agreo with tho DomocraUi.
I.'ditors liko Mr. I'otter read tin out of
tho Democratio party. Mr. I'otter did
not then ngrco with tho .Democrats. Ho
was, tut h matter of cottrt-o, read out of
tho Democratio party. Mr. Potter nd
vocatcd tho poliuy of putting arms into
tho hands of tho negro.
-Mr. Potter has not probably forgot
to remember that, during tho war of
tho robollion, good Domoerats would
uut nHSocjato with white men who were
otliecrs of negro troops. Oood Demo
crata of tho Lcdlio-lUohardBon school,
ol jvliich Mr. Pottor is now a favorite
pupil, called hucIi vflilto'mon degraded
whito nicnj Then Mr. Potior did not
agree with tho good Democrats. At
that time bu believed whito men who
wore ollieerii in negro regiments to bo
as good whito men m himtelf. Wo
know ho did, bccaui-o ho ucccptod n
commission in a uegro regiment, and
was called by his brave black comrades
Captain Potior I
Mr. Potter, tho editor of tho Pour
bon wing of tho Democracy or South
ern Illinois, is a just man, nnd wo nro
suro that Capt. Potter, tho arm-bearing
oomrado of negmc, wni also a
just man. If ht was, Capt. Potior,
tho arm boning mmratlo of negroes,
while leading his bravo blacks to battlo
for the Union, agreed with (Jen. Sher
man who declared that if the negro
was required to thrust tho bayonet for
tho Union, bo would be entitled to cast
I f, then, Capt. I'otter was Boun-Dein-
ocratlc as to ndvoo.ito tho tinning ff
negroes ; ho rareles of the good opin
ion of good Democrats as to carry n
sword in a negro regiiuuiit ; to just at
to demand tho ballot fur his bravo col
orcd comrades who had used tho bul
let in the conquest of tho South, why
U it that Mr. Potter now denounces us
as not Democratio becaujo wc believe
the negro should bo educatod ? What
a change has cotno ovor the spirit Of
this inau'o tlroam I What a dilTerenoo
bolweon Capt. I'otter, tho comrade of
negro soldiers, and Mr. Potter, tho
comrade of Rourbon Democrats!
Wo aro surprised.
Docs not Mr. Potter know that if ho
Were to visit the South, and tho
knowlodgo that ho had been captain of
a negro company in the war of the re
bellion accompanied himjbe Democrat.-)
of that soction of tho country would
not associato with him? llq might
denounce tho radioals, bo might de-
nouueo tho negro, ho might advocate
pudiMion, and still bo whould bo
ghuuucd like a social leper, (.apt.
i'otter tho "nigger captain" would
bocast out of iocicty by the Democrats.
They would stand afar oft' at bin up
proach, and cry after him: "Unclean 1
Unclean !" And yet Mr. Potior now
joins with the ultra-Domocrats ot Illi
nois in their work of cultivating this
spirit of proscription. This man, tho
nssoeiato of ncgroos in tho camp a
contain of a nccro company joins tha
1 o -
old Iiourbons iu pointing at us tho fin
gsr of scorn, and in crying: "Oberly'
progressive Democracy ought to be
nonular amone colored folks. It cer-
taiuly cannot be among whitest"
Wo like Mr. I'otter, but really wc
nro ashamed of him I
Somobody, incited thoroto by tho
Russian scandal, has gathered a mass
of stories of royal miJoiuf, which read
liko the creeds against kingcraft wun
whinli Hradbugh leads tho columns of
his caner. There was tho Count d
Charolais, who used to sit in '"
Hoyal ami pop
I n.,,, nr.-lioc g3VC U 1 til SKtll. J10 III!
nlly brought down a tiller killed him
iu inot, nutrigut. Jto was tried, eon
vioted, senteuccd and pardoned. Thero
was tho Duko of Gloucester, who li
urcd a century ago in the crimina
courts. Thero was tho Duko of Cam
bridge, who is paid to havo murdcre
ono of his servant1), as Cristina, of
bweden, did ono of her;. I ho Duko
however, omitted the formalities of tria
with which the ( 'ueen proceeded th
slaughter of her victim. A hordo of
German PrinctB tho lute Duko Char
los of JJruniwick, tho late Grand Duk
of Daden, the cx-Klector ofllcsso, nay
tho very electors of Hanover, from
whom ictoria is descended, wcro all
no bettor than thoy should be. Guelph
blood is not of the purc.it. It is not a
pretty picture, that of George II, gob
bing to his dying wife, who told him to
marry ogam: "ron, non.j aurai de
maitrcsscs." JS'or is its counterpart, Al
bert Jidward, rnnco ol ale.s.stauding
in tho wittnesi-box and swearing that
Sir Charles Mordaunt's accusation w;ih
false. It is within bounds to say that
it was true. The hinful world lauirhs
at tho Popo'H denunciatson of Victor
J-.manucl s sin in rcizing Homo, but tho
tlolyl athor might mako n point by
commonting on tho fact that tho legit
itnato nnd illegitimate sons of tho King
meet in tho eociety of Homo. Francis
losepti ot Austria is countod n well
moaning, though weak, Kmpcror, but
ho repudiated, by a singlo edict, half
mo money ins and his nation it faitli
wero pledged to nav. Tho Unir lino is
closed by tho Kussinn Grand Duko
.1. . .. . ...
iiiciuiius, wuo stole ins mothers dia
monds and gave them to a pretty no-
l'KUHKdSOK TVNDALi; 1MIILO.S
Tho liondon Timcn, uommeuting on
l'rolnsiar TndaU's addruas, o far as it
siiuicb to un:avur tbo origin or lite, eaya -'-lio
says he abandons all disguise, and
confesses his faith that 'in matter' ia to bo
discerned U.i, promise nuJ polonoy ot
every form tmd quality of llfoj but tho
crtid lima enunciated U coupled with
qmllflcations which Proleaior Tyudall's
ctndor compeli him to mako, and which
will rob it of ita meaning with tho mass
of thn students of bis diacourao. The
word Ii yet to ho ipokon. Tho lentoiico
wh.ch shall reconcile froodom wltb law ia
uniaid, and wo look to the future for that
solution of the onignm of life whloh tbu
president or the British Association lulls
to givo ua. Tho conclusion reached by
tho London Timoi Is : There la no thou
logical roason for recoiling from Iho eon
elusion to which I'rofuaaor Tyndnll would
conduct ua. Tbo (light of tlmo is nothing
in tho contemplation of tha Creator ; and
all that ia, and all tho perfection that o
hope will be, lay hid In tho lmep,o of tl0
future which waa conceived boforo tho
foundatlona of the world woro laid. Let
It bo granted that wo can trace our civili
zation back to a chaos of tnaltor and a
hurly-buily ot olomonts, and tho mora o-
vere mo masoning wniun nas conairmricij
ua tn connect our nroatnt with such a paat.
tho more Irrcslstablr aro wo coinio'M lo
ft Irult that tho prosont has been a necessary
consoquunce cl tbo lawa laid down from
the beginning, and wo aro thus confronted
wim iuq old dllllcuity oi accounting tor
tho origination of these laws which havo
conducted tho world up to this moment
Thoology Is apparently alaln only to re
vive rrofcaior Tjnuau uocs nm joiyo,
nnd It !s obvious his ruulhoJ cannot onabln
him to snlvo. the r ddlo of tho untvomi.
Thero Is, too, aoothor difficulty whloh l.u
is Iho llrtt to confoii. ill anuiyiii oi mo
world' history Imwcs out ono-half of man
nnd ho flnds It luipotetblo to deny to this
other sldo of man's nature n ronliiy n nb-
e ol ii to as that whlih hn clnitn tor lilt
physical faculties and fur liii undoutaiid.
ing. J l.o strain ot won nml cinoiiona ii
his spiritual naturo will not rent unrecog
nl.od ; and whon iho end ol tho prsfoif
it s address la roacii-i i wo icno uis own
thought If wo aay : Thero are moru things
In heaven and earth than are dreamt of in
From hi-State IteglMir. (Opp.j
TIlK nsMOCKATtl'-LlllKHAt.S OP TI1K uinu-
TKKN fit DtSTIlHT.
Thn ilcninrrnUi- llhural ConiTOi-f iulml
cJin'Jittloii of thn Ufhtoutitb(tlm OaUu)'
district, was held nl Annn on liiu M mil.
'I'hu ronvviillon n culled lu itler by
Hon Thoi. Wllion. chiilrnmn ef thn con
grusslonal coiuuillteo. Hon. Nowtoti It.
Caioy wss appoltitid ehulrinati, Oharlia
It. Utiencer. ot Uandolnh county, ecrr.
tary. Tho Hon. Win. HartMl. Of Itnn.
dolnh coiiutv. was tiouilnatcd by accla
mallon after tho second ballot. Tho
nomination t!iv tho best satisfaction, and
will havo a tendency to unltu tho whole
opposition oletnunt ofjhe distrlet. Tho
resolutions of tho stats convontien weru
Tho roprosontatlT convention met aftor
the adjournment of tho uongri-tslonal con
vention, and nominati'l u, YV melon and
F. K. Albright candidates. Tho mtlrs
ticket Is strong, and will succeed.
From the Mttrphysbero lira, mad.)
!.-( nti other placo in ti ls papi-r will ha
iJtind ttio announcement ot -Mr. r.
Alhrleht, at a oaudiduto for thn leslsl
ture. 11 r. Albright is tha regular com
loos of the democratic partv of this dlt
trlet, which aiures bnyond ft pr.rsibllily
of a deutt, his election. Mr. Albrichl
promises to represent iho Intervals of tha
whole people in hit of.lclal capacity.
Thai "our pt,"the Normal Unirartlty at
(. artionilnlr, will rectlVDliis apeclal uttoii.
lion, and that In every particular, ni ft lo
gialalor, hti will do hi whole 4uly. It la
our opinion that tho dtimccrary l.at deno
woll In I lio Kulecllon ot lit li-gilittivi) can.
didates. Jdr. Winston, II r Albright's
colloaguo upon tho democratio tkkot la
said to be a very lino irontlctnin, and of
considerable ability With Imcore, Al
bright and Winston In llio lower houiu
and Mr. Waro In tho Senate, tho f.Oth dia
trie! will be as ably represented as any
other In tho titatu.
it. IV. .Ml I.I.Kit, fro-hlonl, C-.
.1. M. l'llll.l.ll'f, Vict- I'nUdi-nl,
CllAS. Clf.SNlMiltAJI, Ci-hter.
COLLKCTIONS I'ltOMl'TLV MADK.
U.C'll.l.N(ii:,coln, bunk note- i id (.'tilled
.-iUtcs rvcuritlvD bought and oltl.
Interest nllonul on tliuo di:poltt
THE CITY XATIUiXAL
V. 1 IIALlilDAY. Praslilitiit!
lllI.NltV I.. HAl.l.llMY, Vice 1'reMdcK
-. n. .-.r ruiiu, t.a'.iucr;
WALTKlt HVsLOr, Awl-taut fachii-r,
fTAAT I AVt.Oll, It. J. ( U.SM.Ndlt.lM
II. I., li W.l.lllAV, IV. T. JI.tM.tHlV
0. 1). 1M.IA.M-O.N, sii:i iii; Jimp,
A. JJ. .SAKKOIU).
Kxcliancc, Coin nml Unllcil ; Stntt
Jlouils llotight and Sold.
DEPOSITS ru ctvedauil u general banking
Politics for 1874,
HON. EDWAltU McPIIKHSON
Clerk of UiAnc oj Jitpretenlaliera V. S.
'I'hln ACCL'IUTX and Jiii-Aliil.tr. volunu-
Ite the ft M.itKCoitli on the "lncicau o
ulary Act" and lt rciical. on 'I'ran-riort
tlnu. Civil IlL'ht. and Kinunclid (Juc-ilfiu.
InclinlliiL- the act ol liti'l croullnL- "l.i-L-a
Tenilcri " und coin lntoro-t ot ItouiN. mid
the tarloiis Uxii.indliii; and Contracting actx
tlUCL'. ilCMHUIIl till A.N In JlCSH.l'-C.I ii in i
.Mcinoramluiii, Inlcrvlows I. (.'tiers, I'm
lainauon', ami Action in Alabama, Arkun
in, Loultluna nnd Texas, feopri-mc Cotut
iicci'ion. imnois anil wurnnum itallrnail
l.uws. l.'onKtltulloniil Ainoniliueuts. mmln
inn iicnuniL', in ni'iii-, nun mullein. "lUi'i.
my " fStatixtlc-t. TalilAsot Amironrl:itlonk
ibt L'locllonri, Ciiirein-y JlMrlbutlon In
-i:ili'S anil t.i-i-t lunw. Ac Inialiiuljli- I'm
ciimpalgn. Cloili, il.til), pohtqiald.
Adilri-hS (iKO. Kits. DAWSON.
I. O. llox iu, Wathliisrton, D. C,
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS S PR. OAT & SON
IVIi ili-i'iln and Itut-il! Il.i.iler.n In
l'Ultl'. LAiCK 10K,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbus, Kontncky.
Cairo olllcu al lluleu iSi Wilson', corner
-IW..II.I. ...,.! .....I , kl.U I........
Wo will run an ico wuvon ttiroiieliout
:uoii. ilelivorlui; imru lake leu lu mini
H the city ut the lowest imiikut prlci-, a
olll nlMn lnnilli our frloii ln mitiiln thco
Ull ico dv uiq i-iiku or car loan, paclin
w itiint, lor tihlpmcut to any dlntuncu.
OBSTACLES TO MARR1AGK.
Ilanny Itclii l tor Ioiiul' Mau Innu tint T-
JrutH ol JCrrort and AbutCH In early life,
Manhood ltt-ntoicd. lliinodiinclils to .Mai.
riairu remiivnd, Newmotliodnt tivutuicnt.
.New iintl remurknblt) iiiiupilii-M. JluoUit nml
livulars sst-itt free iu sc.ilud iuvelinu. ml-
Iross. JIOWAltl) ASSO(tl.V.Tl()N. tl'J.
N'orth Nluth Ht l'nil.ideltihla. J'u.. an'
lmtltutlon having a high icputatlnii for
huiiorable conduct iindprotclonai tUIII.
aaaC'J f' ' aaaHaW
kJhlV. aaaVVHaWaaHaWaiUaU Atk
Clioinicals, Patent jMedieine.s, I'erfumery, Soitps, Jiruslie."
Toilett Articles, Drugi.st'.s Fancy (roodrf, Collier "Whit
Lend and Other Orndos, J'aintu, Colors, Oils, Vurni.lie?
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tt lio Colon,
Stntld, Ktc., I-:ic., lOto.
We Solicit corri-poiiilencu and nrilrr Irtnii t lr nVs-t, I'lij .-lelan and (Icneral Mort
In iiiit of OooiMm niir l.liio. Me.iml)Oiit. I'l intitlmi mill Famby .MimIIcIiio a s Inn
ikiiuii or ui-niieu nun iioiriiim uriii'n si ur
WHOLKSAI.E & RETAIL,
71 Ohio I.evie.
A man Intemllug to do business must
first prepare liimsi-ir to mei f llio rc
qiilrcincnts ofhU ciistoiner.s ; ni t In
must let every pnsMhlii or probable
customer know Hint tin lr, so prepared.
In a very hinnll place lio may TKLLnll
the people vthul he can du. Inn largo
Hinge a prluteil hnndblll, )iotrr or
circular, properly distributed, w,(.
ellli-nelott, lull WIIOLVLU IS IX A
placi: LAittii: i:.voit(jii to sup-
TOUT A .HV.SPA I'lIH WILL TIM)
hi at it is tii i: cum i'kst .m i:di pji
TIIHOlHill 1VIIICHT0 AllltUCSSTIIi:
DAM KL LAJIPRIIT
iih'.h ritrect, bot.rvun Wui-lilngtou ami
M. R. KUEHNE,
m MT.tci i ui:n or
COMPLETE 01 IUJ10II
COK. laTll A"N I) VVALN UT HTJtKKTa
1'. O. Hox Will.
A DAY GUARANTEED
"oV."'. WELL AUGER AND
UfflLL to Rood frrttoty. lllullUfC
rtaTiTioNuij) rnoM oovrus-oRa
Citiloiaohw. W.UUS. 6Hiili.lIj.
HIT ID Ni
amrjai. - iH iinius-
Iir.TAlI, ,V HlKCKll'TIOK.
Wiif-hlnijlon Ave. ror. Klghtli SI
Bristol & Stilwel
UIJ tlllH IU 111
ll.j II CI. . V . 1 I
tfnn. Jl.:.. - .1.
Woodenwaro. Voect.iblei. FruiL-.
C'micG Dried Ike,
Jh'eali Fazl. linr.nn
Ming J'ears and J'eactcx for
Ho 32 EIGHTH St.
T C E! ICE ! ICE!
MUSE, LOOMIS & CO.,
Tal.es great pleasure iu announcing t
they nro now prepared to supply otoi tbody
with lako hoof the cry bctt ijuallty, ulthoi'
at llielr houses oral Hid ktorcc. Orders
Hlioillil h lelt at tho ulllcr, No. (JO Ohio
AT WILCOX'S III.OCK Toil 1.00