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JOHN H. OBERLV, Editor.
9Tirihicft. It ,
ti Nidlhr iimi!?' K wm av.
V'.Jliiy will ttoi'liU'
Uti.ksvr i(E tv sk r-t;ktsn ho i ill
'A'x5iaJ:'Uw:l; iivi. ol tho
wuatr jjii St la liorwt nun.
SrtAuKAT. Williamson county, rnl
lte uudcr the tanner of I'lalnc, :unl .'yni
p.itlilcj with tlio late Som'tnry "I War.
Tin was "tl.ift hen hu j-tcppctl Into
llcllnaii'? shoes and wont on tlio war
path. May he never llnd hU Mnr-li.
"At.t flesh I ra?," mjs thu provoih.
Since the Into rcninrhulile Mmwcr in Kou
tucky, wc arc Inclined to b.licvc that all
rain Is ile?h.
Wb may put down the cry ot dell. I :i
vls by calling iijidm David DavN to lead the
Democratic party In the ('residential con
tent now impeiidliij?.
Shakk Umi, U'llllani'oii county, U for
Morton. The. J.'udJcalt of Shake ISiij;
liavo ralsoJ tin; Indiana man's hloody
shirt. It Is the rag they shako and march
I.ikk Lord Ilatcnian'.s liride from over
the sea, Mrs. Helknap, If the(ilps of
Washington speak truly, "has got i-Iiijjs
on every linger, and on one linger &ht
has got three.''
David Davis. This U the good name
of a good man, who will be the next
President of the United Stide If tin
Democrats arc xvUe unto their own pal
ration and the honor of the eountrw
With David Davis carrying the banner
of the Democratic party, llllnoU cm be
taken out of the hands ot the H iillc.il ras
cals of the whisky ring ami olllee-ielllng
Gkohok H. i'nxitixTo.v arrived In
Washington and reported to the scr-gcant-at-arms
on Saturday, stating that he
Is ready for examination whenever the
committee shall want him.
Cosgiiessman Lam mi tendered hi res
ignation a? chairman of thu Democratic
caucus, on account of sleknc-s. and will
return to Mississippi by thu advice ol Id
"David Davis, David nave in: thus
the patriotic cry, rolling 'long thu land
Is echoed, echoed by thu wcll-plcaed
sky.' You sec, he will do. He can be
rhymed about horribly but patriotically.
"Is the name of the Union, amen!"
exclaimed the Hadical racal ut the ad
ministration, and immediatelv com
menced to speculate in tiie sacred dtit ol
our dead soldiers!
Wb know who he is now. lie U a
lineal descendant ot .lohu Hodgers the
martyr. He descended from .John on the
mother's side; and his name U Leu Is
The bans ol the i.'epublloaii parte ol
thlsStatoisM. M. Ilane, of fjiiiiicy. "lie
Is a drawer of the long haw, a defender
or the rascalities of thu national adminis
tration, and a partUiu of Uovernor ltcv
eridge. Dn. J. Lawkknci: Smith, a Louisville
scientist, says that the late "shower of
flesh" which fell In Hath county, K'cn
tuck, const. ts of frog-' eggs which had
ken taken up by currents of wind and
transported to the place where they fell.
Mk. I5i;.j. P. Him. ha9" been letlred
outot public notice by the Uelknap scan
dal, much to the regret of Mr. 1 1 II I and
the Radicals. Hut Mr. Hill will not long
endure this neglect. In a short time hu
will again raise his ,-benejer and talk
d-d .Southern ioolblmess by the hour.
'l'K Republicans have bucn'deiiounc
Ing tho Democratic House of ( ou'tcss as
ft do-nothing body. -What hill or l.n-
T nn f5,3"3' co"1'1"" of the hou.e
reported-they enuiro. Cly.ner-s has
reportej on0 h; which there U a big Meat
Titu editor ol the Hell's "Xcek dc
partinent of the Johnson Co, ty jL 1
appals to the liepubllea.H to r iUy
mil ot KaJical
w ho ad-
u uvuriy an uevcrldge men.
TlIK Bl are kwarml,,,, .
!.. it.M -euer, King
honey all the day r " K',I,a'r
.lower; Belknap! aK'gtf
busy bee; Bowen. bumbwu .V " l ,L'
, UU,AI .,,,ii.,t.,..
like the bittern in tho mire; "f
ktluglng bee : Hrlstow. let him ,. '
, UUni.ll, IMIIIIDWImj , ,
aging bee ; Hrlstow, let him hi
WiiKNBehViiap-tell the thlnl-tcrm mm,..
ment "toppled, to Its fall. So Fay thu
jiauicai manager. Tho Silent Mun of
uie mus Uouso cannot hu sa easily
shoved aside. If he cannot rule hu can
ruin, and It U Jun posMblu wo may have
theJtaulcal prcssexplalnlng that he never
waitt lU'pubUcan, and declaring that ho
was alwayg a Democrat.
Tiik towm on the Cairo and Vine. ,,.,,,
railroad are boasting. Vleiu? i '
have irenfH,C81 for freight K1
aengerftrcs to the coUlpaliy ,L:
Tho UtrrUburt, Vh-onkU : ucii'
what etier Our town gpc lo iJm;Wjii11
panjr In the tamo year $ia,:wij a
"ThatU nothing" iy? tlrayyll fiu
ftndtnt; "our twplW u. iunVjiw
iriMir. n in ihms i tMiiiiui:
Oil Till'. IMIIMIIIM'l.
Then? U, amour many i-f the mot
gaclous loading m.n of the iVmovratlc
ivuty. a well dcliaed WM that Judge
David l. i. o! thi Slate. IimiM W mini
'lUtvtl for lb l'rv-KWMvy by tho IK'ino-ralfc-fertktnal
rcttvvution. lhl Mid,
tc Jww yJwurv In stwliuj. i Kvomlii;
m view f mnwiw In tho now pro-jx-wiaic
Mittif ft the iVinocnitle
MMistM. ; il h aimeiiug Ihe enriniH
iMrmlK t Kt hit Ken oalliil the
ru1i Hie -f thttjvirty. at:d will no
AM irtl Jmlgp DavN with formid
aMMtrHXk at t. I,ii'. I'nr a linn1
H wn llm'fl. aittl n-tlml lH(or the Imlil
anlvwj- ol thr riiiiiM of gentlemen like
ti&.. ilinrinaii, IVudli'tnu, I'.ayard
and Itoihlrlck upon tho lavor of the De-
iHvrcy ; Imt or late. It has become bold
ami aggrtilvc, and l. now advancing "all
along the line" with Vel V lrobabillt v of
doi.duating atd gaining n victory. Their-
Is Iherelore propriety in ecMng to uci'i
tain the reason advanced by the advo
cates of Judge I )a Is for believing him
to Ito the coming man of (lie Democratic
We take il for granted that the Demo
crats wlio m magi! the alfalrs of the parly
are :iulous to achieve a national Mirccs
at the p.)lls next Novcmlur. Wc l.imw
the inas.es of (lie parly very anxiously
dcdie this, and believe success may be
obtained by the nomination t proper
candidate. They are wedded to no par
leular person, ami their constantly re-
rurnugcxpiVfMiiiiN: "(Jive us the lie-t
and the Mrongct available mail." lint
me illlliciilty istoilclerinliie who Is the
best and strongest nun.
5ov. Tilden, of .Vew V.uk, sH geniie
man entitled In (he ivpeet of the
tcounliy. lie Is hone-t and i-nuiiiclrut.
Itut he would no! receive a hearty
support in the West, even from
Democrats. The element of the nar-
ty In the West that Is niiiiii.nl to
resumption would advocate him com
plalnhigly It at all. .Mr. Thtinnan could
not command the united stippntt of the
Democrats ol his own .State, nml Mr.
Ilayard, ropceled by all men lor Ids
great abilities and worth, would be oh
icetlonabN) to what Is called the L'reen
backmenof themilv. .Mr. IViiillcinn
is not iiow intlieeoute.t. Mr, Hendricks
has much strength. He has liceu very
c.irelul nut to give uilciisu to any (action
ofhis jiarty. and with great skill lias
managed to steer between hard and soli
money; but this vciy tact would, In it
canvass led by him, ben ..onrce of trouble.
It would require explanation, am) hard
money and holt money would both look
at him with doubt it not with Misirfeion.
More than lids ; cither ol thoe iron-
tlemeii were nominated, all the weapons
that Messrs. Itlalne and Morton have
been putting addo for the canvas could
and would be u.ed witli good eff.vt be
thu Kcpublieaiis. They would compel
to light over tho battles of tho late
war and taku Is-uu upon s result...
They would lead us to Auderouvlllu nml
ay: "Vou aru respon.iblo for this;"
to (he national eemeleiies and my.
''The blood of these men arc "on your
head.." In vain wu would protest that
theo charges were iinju.t. .irain anil
again they would ho repented. Demo
crats of iiupuMvu dl.po.itions, like. Mr.
Illllol Ueorgla, would bcir'n to evnlnln.
fiom cxiilanatiuu would uMn im ,i...
fense, and Irom deleiisu probably walk.
uiiiigiiielr party, Into d-'leat. With
either of the estimable- gentlemen named
is thu candidate, ofihu Deuioci-atlc Darlv.
the Ilepubllcaus would .say to us : "You
have robbed the nation: Look at I'lovd
and Tweed and tho thousand and one
Democratic allies of corrupt Radicals."
In vain we might protcit that wu had
purged the parly. Again and again
would the chargu bu repeated and it U
probably that even upon the. name of
Tllileu, thu most uitlinable, ablu and
vigilant of the detective state.inen of thu
day, a shadow of suspicion would bucast
With either of the gentlemen named as
our candidate, we would bu upon thu
defensive from thu moment of the nomin
ation to the end of tho campaign. Wo
would loose the grand opportunity we
now have to wage nggrc.-lvu war "upon
thedisiuayed army ot Radicalism.
Witli Judge Davis as our candidate, we
would havu ml vantage of thu Republi
can. The nil. .lies pit-pared by Me-srs.
Illalno and .Morton would ihen beiisele-s.
Thu bloody shirt would wave in the
breeze the emblem o! maliciou.nc.s, -,mi
but few would rally under its loliN. An-dcr-ouvlllu
could not be u-etl to tire the
Northern heart, and tho ghosts or Unlmi
soldiers could not be railed from the other
world to do service for the Republican
party, i ioyti could not he tiling into
our teeth ; Tweed could not 1. iiii.,l
as a reiiroaeh to tis- .ii.u
DavU could not bo ntllled to
our dlsailvnutagu ; Robert Toombs would
lo.u Ids power to do Radical!. m any w;r
vice by the uilcraneu of rash word
spoken with iipurpo.o and it may bo for
a eon-nierallon lurnldied out of the
pockets ot the corrupt men of Ihudond
naut party. With Judge D.tvJ, loroiir
standard hearer,-wo might give all our
energies to thu buslne.s of attacklii" the
enemy, and with us would light thous
sands of Republicans. Upon thu limiu
elal plank of the phtfnrm that will he
adopted at St. Louis, .m-(. Davis could
fetmill wllliout Stullilleatlon. nml 1,1,
great abilities and un.pie.tloned hone.ty.
mtegilty and devotli.n i. n ...i
' hi ue ii c.
overiimeni w.ml,! , ,
tii tin,.. ., . mm
onie'llSo, ...rS'Su,"" "i15 "l
elu and Money would both .unLiV,
Once Republican, ho Ij" & i'"'
when It beuimu coirunt. ,,,,,1 .. . ,J
bench has been oiworthchulwaik. upon
which Ihu waves ol usurpation have
wasted their strength In vnin. i,.
yenrs ho lias hyinpatlii.ed with the ,,.
'ml Republicans and CoiiKcrvatlvu Demo-
.us. . western man. he has tho re-
thUfjUmij h, Mawaeliusetts and Now York
"u VH as hi Illinois and luill-
ana. A Northiin man, lie would
tivtch out Ids hand and lilt
the South Into peace and prosperity. A
man of the people, ho would banish from
Washington tho ait s ol loyally that now
prevail there, and Into the government
would carry the patriotism ol Washing
ton, the Mntrinau-hlp of dcHci'son, Hie
Integiityof Jack.on, and the sterling
common etise of Mucolu. Ills election
would lr proof lhat the country wa de
sirous of getting out of the pestilential
attno.pheie of latter-day eoiritptlon into
the simplicity and honesty of the b. tler
days ol the Hcpublie. lie Is the man for
the limes, -mil the Dciuocialii' parly will
prove llsell blind to its own lulctcstv and
tcgardlcss of the best Interests of the
country If It shall irl'n-i1 to make him its
standard bearer m tin,' Impending presi
It VIMCAl, IIIIM IIIiVKi:.
l'.ya lucky accident, Mr. lleNler Cly
merV comnilltei! of the lloii'O of Rep"
icsentatlvcs discovered that IlieScerclaiy
of War. (ieneral Win. W. Itdkuap, was a
corrupt public (ervaut -that hu had been
guilty ot selling olllces In his gift. Mr.
Cly hut's cr.uunlltee Is composed of a ma
jorlty of Democrat.', and to Hie Deiuo
erat. therefore is the credit of this expo
Hiiir due. Itut, wo rcgiet to say, that he
eau.e of Mr. Clymcr'.s thoughtlessness
and the audacity of I tic Republican lead
ers, the Democrats ate in some danger
ol lo-lug the political capital lhat might
have been luamilaclund out ol the war
i ...i.. l . I'. II
nil il I ' .I I n I. in.
Mr. lleNlcr I'lymer Is a gentleman of
Mime importance In Pennsylvania. In
bearing, lie Is digiillled ; in person, come
ly; in mind, not above the avetage of the
eciyday man. Iluiiii his own e.itluia
linn Mr. Cly uier is a great person etpabte
ol'gieat tilings. Appreciating the Im
portance of his dl.eovery, Mr. Clyiuer,
alter he had heard the testi
mony of the witness .Marsh, in
a Mill IV of rxdleuient bustled about
with greal boasifuliicss, ami
.ilppnitcd by Mr. Robblns ol North Car
oliua, a gentleman of a peculiar laliioii
ol beard, and hv Mr. Itlnekliurii of Ivcn
tucuy, a young man ot aiiiniy ami eio-
(iiieuce Ids Dciuoerallc colleagues on the
committee he enteicd thu House with ;i
llouil-li of Iriltiipcts, and from IhecleH.'.'
dek, with "what a great man am II"
airs, read in most lugubrious tones, the
report of the committee and thu evidence
ol .Marsh. There was, of course, a sen
sation, and thu Radicals of the House
gave immediate evidence that they were
determined to save the fallen minister
from punishment. Mr. Hoar declared
that, having reigned, (Jen. Belknap
could not be Impeached. Mr. K'a-.-on
maintained the sauiu opinion. But .Mr.
Clynier, with mournful llrmne.s, In-Isted
upon Immediately Impeaching ("'en. Cel.
knap and rcfu-cd to permit thu Repub
lican statesmen, incited thereto by the
dodging Blaine, to become thu apologists
and defenders of thu olllcu-sellcr. Mourn
fully and (Irmly Mr. Clynier persevered,
That night Mr. Clynier slept thu sleep
ot the gieat. He saw lu his dreams vis
ions of tliu Inevitable greatness that was
to be Ids lu the future, and hu heard ttic
people shouting: "Well done, llel-ter."
That night Mr. iSlaiuu and ids Radical
followers put their heads togethet, and
concluded to abandon (ieu. Belknap to
his fate. They did more: they determine"
to steal Irom tiie Democrats their corrup
tion thunder, and say to the public: "Wu
arc the thief-haters', and wl-li to puni-.li
Belknap; but the Democrats, the thicf-
defenders, will not permit us. They arc
protecting thu late Sccictary of War from
The next day Into the llou-e went Mr.
Clynier, conscious of his greatness, and
into the House also went Mr. Blaine, the
butler of Hie majority. Then up rose
Mr. Clynier and said: "You tee how
great I am ; let us proceed witli the bud
nus of manufacturing popularity for me
ami fortune tor mine;" when up roc
Mr. Blaluu and said: "Mark me, how
much sharper am I than Clynier Is great.
Where. Mr. Clvmer, Is the witnc
The ipiestlon was an Important one.
Mr. Clymer ri grctted lhat the witness
Mar-li was hi Canada: whereupon Mr.
Blaine, hi a paroxy-m ol honct rage,
declared that the Democrat had permit
ted Ihu witness to ceao lor the
ptirpo-o of preventing the Repub
licans Irom bending Ccn. Belknap
to prison. In vain the Demo
crats protctid Hint they weio not
fceking to protect the late Secretary of
War. Mr. Bhiin.-, with the most sub
lime Impudence, reiterated the charge,
ami now all the Radical, in tin: laud ate
shouting: "Shame upon you, Demo
crats! Wu wi-heil to puui-h Belknap
and you have run away the only witneil
who can Iiirni-h the evidence upon which
he ciin lx.' convicted !'
Thus, headed by .Mr. Blaine, the mem
hers ol the thief-harboring party, with
an Impudence Hut rUm into sublimity,
are taking advantage of the blunder of
poor, egotistical and wouderlul stupid
lion. Ilclster Clymer, the gentleman
Irom Pennsylvania I
But thu people cannot I dicelvrd by
Mr. Blaine. They l.-iow that Hie Radi
cals, had years lu which In r.poe lieu.
Belknap, and did not; Hint his crime was
reported to Radical committees, of ('on.
gre.ss, and by tho-o committees covered
over; lhat il Ihu Radicals wl-h the witness
Marsh to return and testify he can be got
by assitiii, him t,u i'lfsld' tit will par
don hlui ; that the Democrats unearthed
tho Secretary's eiiuie, and that if a Dem
oernllc Jlou.0 had not been ictuincd lu
1ST I tho MhMy men, Belknap, .shepherd,
Williams, Richardson, ami all tho other
thlevusof the Radical party would still
bo among thu famed lenders o that paity,
picking and stealing with tho old Indus
try and talking about the crime ol thu
rebellion. Mr. Blaine's attempt to Meal
the Democratic thunder Is audacious, but
Imi.vi.i., t W''
Mrs. (leant to InalU
did not wait ,mK,
, "W.mi." Blithe
Ills 1 1 ward came
II I' the duty of the Dcmnrrnls of the
House ol Heprceiitatlves to repeal the
resumption act, and to repeal It without
further delay. Congics ban been In ser
slon several months, mid the country has
obtained no rellcl from llsenaetnieuts. As
each day passes our condition becomes
nioiiMlCphirahle. Iftlieileh do not be
come ileher, tin; poor ccitalnly become
poorer, and Labor llml-grealcr dlllleiilly
In earning bread to kn p starvation from
Its hearthstone. The Indnsliles of the
country are paraljed; our eomnieicial
Interests iir,, dead ; aftii'itllure lias lost
lis vitality, of all our people, only
the bondholder, nillcelinldcr.anil money
changer are contcnted.aiid even these liave
occasionally a faint iiplelnii that the
wolf Is not far IV their doors. All
this distress has rciilti illiomthelluanclal
blundering of the Radical parly, and the
resumption hct was the great eriniuol
their wicked policy. It is our pre.-ent
mo.t dreadful nni ami should he
piomplly wiped limn Hie statute hook.
Willi Ihu asseition that somelhhig should
he put Inlo its place we do not sympa
thize. It Is In Itscll an evil. Suppicsslt
(hcrclbtc without delay, and at h i'iiic
look allcr a sub. Unite for it.
A Springllclil newspaper correspond
ent "writing up" lh" situation in the Re
publican ranks, ildnl.s that BevcrlilgcV
customary "good luck" which lias stead
ily followed hlui shut! his Hr.st entrance
Into public life in ISUJ, will not dc.-cit
him this year. He was llrst major lu the
army, then colonel. At the eh t the
war, he was elected sheriff of Cook
county, "ni.nlc bu-lieU of money out of
thuorHee,"all by"gnnd luck ;" in H70
hu was elected Statu Senator and lu 1ST 1 ,
when L.ig.m, who was eongressni in at
large for the State, was chosen Senator,
Bevei hlgc was elected to till thu vacancy
leltliy Logan's promotion ; in KsTJ, he
was elected lieutenant governor and suc
ceeded to the governorship on the elec
tion of Ogle. by to thu 1'nltei! States: Sen
ate. Dels uoiv again before the public,
and II Is pinphc-icd that Hie long lane of
Ids m-ooiI luck will not turn yet, at least
In Hie nomination.
Wi: prefer the .huple anil nuall eted
iini-u in iou mailer sir.iiii. oi poesy. (
admire Mr. Childs, of Philadelphia, the
poetol tin' obituary column of his cele
hrateilArtf. Wu dote upon him. But
ho Is not witluutariv.il. Kvery person
who has read the following touehlii"
stanzas whlc.i we copy from thu Decatur
Tima, will agree with us 'u this rather
rasli as.ertljii will not husitatu to ad
mit Mr. A. J. Handy, the author, Is the
coming bard of the centennial year. The
stanzas nru headed "The Dying Boy,"
and jingle thus :
I if nit jr ncitlii-r lay ine luck,
l or Ills ,:llni my limly ,u k
A i. I tht cold w.ttcs k-.iwiuv frrt,
Ituclt iiif, iiwtlur dc.ir, to e"!tt i,
Vim tell me l am noliijj Iwnm-,
W Iifio.Issiu -Iti upon H tlirmie,
llul I slimiM Iir lonely their,
1 should miss lour loving cue.
I would Miller May Willi lliec,
And your link- hoy Mill he)
Knr tliimli nuris lor uie n. It ,
I a I ion til miss yim ut the (Mle.
Wu are morally sure that Congress will
inaku an appropriation to improve tho
river at this city. Wc believe the Uouso
will pass .Mr. llart.ell's bill, with thu
amount reduced about one-half. Mr.
riartzcll having returned to Washington
will now press his hill forward hf tho
committee, and we have in. doubt It will
reported upon favorably within a lew
Tm:a-tutcSt. Louis correspondent of
the a-tute Chicago Tribune, after deny
lug that any of the lately ep()-ed Radi
cal thieves aru or ever were Republicans,
innocently remarks : "The voters who
are classed as Republicans rather rejoice at
than lament thU downfall ot the whl.ky
thieye.s." Indeed, lids Is very wonder
fill. Thu voters who are classed a- Re-
publicans actually rejoice at the downhill
of thieves Instead of lanuritiiig the citas
trophy that inu-t result hi s0 niin u in
jury to their party. The-c voters are
evidently very patriotic Republican-, ami
have no bu-lness to continue any loie'cr
on the Robbers' Roost of Radicalism. "
Tin: Carbomlalu O'ntrcer which has
recently changed hands, .;, ,nv ,,.
der the proprietorship ot Mr. ('. W.
Jerome and editorial management of
Mr. C. B. Holding, has changed also Its
general appearance. It It enlarged and
generally improved, and promi-es to be a
good local and family new.p:i,,.r ; it l
on the wrong side, politically, but other
wiu;h h trtdit to tho town of Ciubou
dale. Sheriff i Sale.
By virtue o a special cji etilifni lo me
directed by tlio clerk of the )rcult luiirt ni
Alexander county, In ihu, htat ol llilnoi.,
lu f.nor ol (ieorgc Uoeluicr, mid a.ln-t
Itclrilifild V. Ilelztur and hi.llin IScluur, I
will sell Hie lollowlfi described property,
lo-wlt; I'hi! Iiotn.. mtiiati.d uieni lo'ln
nun. bercd .lx (,, ami .ven Ci, In block
nuuiber.'d twiiity..x ut;,, :,ni lot
imtiibered tlin-o jm block
twi:nt).ovui z.;,, in t)0 ,.,. ,
,alro. eounly ol Aleximler, In Hie sit.de or
HlrioUs ati.I aUo t,e k.0.hoM ctatu of
Iti lnhold V. Ili linr mul -mtln Bclm r, In
and to lot, .ix. . ,. a, n,f,.,.
f"., I'perl) i, n,M Iteln.
I ll-lzner, at public at 1, ,ulhlet
door ol in.- eourl bou... , tMI ,.y f Cmro,
In lh county of Al.-M,n,,.r unit ht.d.i ot
IllillOli.ril Hie hellfitlenlli flTlin ilnv if
March, A. D., Ih,.), m tlM hour of eleven
Mlio. oek, a. m , for . .., 0 satl.fy laid
exuuitluii. AI.K. l JUVIN,
. hl,.V.r,.u.r Alexander Co., Illhiola.
Cairo, II!., Kelt, PjpJ, J-'i'Md
fly lrluc ora special taeeutlou tome .11
ri e-tc.l liy ihu cl.-ik ol tla diciilt court ot
Aleviiiucr coinity, hi H,Ul , hr,,
III favor o I rc.lurieU'uiithi.r,, 'iM...
lore iwnd, I nn 'all thorn ,v lUnd, nml
jiidnttS.iiahl,.KIIne, I will soli llin lol
limltiK described properly, tiHWlt: Lots
niiinl.ereil auven (7) mid ewht (hi. in Mock
nmiibercd ,1,1, ty-chd.t ff Ii ttii dty l
. ilro tout, y or Ale-MiiHl,,. mid Statu ol
if ii. i U4 V'.V l"",,l,wy Hin said Sarah I.,
Kline id nub limi t at l ie u,
thu county ut .lexiilid. rand (jtata ol Illl
iiols. on the .Sev'enlee.. th .17th', , J y ol March.
o tlncK, A. .M rnr ciuh, to s!ltNy hl,d eve
cutlon. Ai.kv. n i. ,i iv
K.'n ..''ni"' A.!(:XIU"l,t oi.imty, Illinois.
. aii o, Jll,, Febiuary ViJ'h, lh). a--td.
H Dili I HI
Loading Journal of Southern
.1 M S.
Will uti'iidfiistly oppo.-c the policies of In
Republican party, nml refiiso to he tram
melted ..tlio dictation of any cllijue In tho
It beilcvcs that the Republican party hu
futllllcd lu mission, alJd tutt tuo Demo
cratic party as now organized ahould bore-
atored to power.
It bellevca the Radical tyranny that t
rer several years oppronsed the Soutb
nhould be overthrown and the people ct tbt
Southern States pcrmlttrd to control theii
it iicllevii tliat railroad corporatlou
hhould bo prohibited by legislative ecarti
menu from cxtortmz and unjustly dBscrim
iuatitig In their bualncas transaction wlta
It recognize!, the cnuality of all men
fore the law.
it advocates free commerce tarlll for
It adrocatcs resumption of specie pay
mcnt, and honcut payment of tho public
It advocates economy in tho admlnlatia
Hon ol public allalri-
AS A NEWSPAP ER
The Bulletin will publish all the local news
ol iilru. nml a variety ol Commercial, Po
litical, Foreign and (ieneral N'cwn, unil en
deavor to please all t antes, and Interest alt
-T II K
I a thirty-two eoiuimi paper, furnished to
HUlmcrlliors for Hie low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
I od'i(je prepaid. It Is tlio cheapest paper
In tho West, and Is a pIoahi(; Flrocldo
VMtoraml Family (,'ompaiilon,
Cannot fall to see tho ixivalod Induce.
msiitKolleredhyTI llulletln In tho way
ol cheap and urofltablo advertisements.
rTvKI?,! I"'1 fl"0'l u
.. I it. . . n oil I-, v.ti y boil v hiiio tin II. mil. I
t . " ;!! ..!"'. '".''iiHKiv. iioid'im',
uiMirown. Wliy Ih thliil' It oiln."
manura. tnro in hMH , " ,". XUa f
u LdUuloim fiiHhlonol fe I ml i. 1 ,rI7.,
ni,..iMl.iifirlin.. .by II... 11 ..,r,.,l.,,,,l M,..(ln.,v,l.,.ln,H , ,.lVl, n ;. I v- r. blind. I
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WAfiHANIEQ GENUINE CLW, HAVANA FILLED CI6AP. FOP, FIVE W
Im-j-ii tin- iiile.bl -.lllic' 11 iiiKlct lirnr I ll,o..i .,(,.,, l., . .,. ilm . nr n t.v
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Civo tlaoaaa. a Trial and ho Coavlncod
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills.
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
I. FARNBAKER & SON,
In Consequence of their Deter
mination to Quit the Clothing Busi
ness, will Close their Entire Stock
of goods AT COlS'21. We are in
earnest No Advertising Dodge
G-ive us a call and astonish your
self how Low our Goods were
Bought, and what Enormous pro
fits there are in Clothing.
Importop and Wholesale Dealer In
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koopb u full stock Of
Monongahela.Rye and Kobinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
15 REASONS WHY
You ?lAt?"1ibuy yU1' Books at tho Origi
nal Gift Book House, 15 South Filth
St., Philadelphia, Pa.
iuri:nllillsiiii, ut i,n ol.li
nl Hu- kind in II,..umi,.
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'I hi l'li'l nf lis Im Iii In Mli'ri-i-rnl
rli lllKlliilaillii.nl I'llllihll Iihiiii.'i liit
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NP.W CATALOGUE PCR 1870, SENT FREE.
Address WILLIAM FLINT
ORIIGINAL GIFT BOOK
ONTO, lac SoutJj IPirilr stroot,
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
fiCrAll tor 1.00.
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lortlH'I'Imiii Fiuiuwiil .i.Mt hy null i,1,.. I
ii; I'iiil'ilaj8-liiiiiiiuiihd Tihii llimwi
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linivn whni'liiu Vi.,lit liinw Wi.Uiiu.
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i ne Liuiit'Ki' ijiili'k,li'
'I htrt-'s a l.i lkr in ihu I.'.iihIIi.
Ilnyoii Ituilly 'lldiikh" DIM
., , idiiiii'it
Adiliim oriliTH In Ik-iil W, llllcliuii l. l'nh
IUi(rs,'UTIdid Amiiih, , V.
I) infill- till Wilt ...at, I ....r.'irira
. , . . ' "!l cjuhiii iii ciii lo hold
, .' ,!'""."x.t-."1' "l" '"lvm.ed cost of
'.".tA"-,' !"1 Brulr extent
I ..... Vfl llV III! kilOUW
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f -Illl in ll.f iiM'i'Hi.uil,.,ir. iliif,'Kri'.ili r In-
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v,iii, i,m :,n ,,, ,
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III" In iKIilulfirn Willi i-ail
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ran In-had ill any nihi l' kIiiik
I- 111. I'll c.i.i,..- .n. . .. , .. ... .. . .
"" Kill Mill
il.niiiniir l.l:lli. lo nn,. m, h,., h,,.
iis 1 . 1 a in imi Im- mitiii
'' i" -I'll' nn oni.'M ihf d iy ih.-y ,;.,,; ii;,;
a cairo city bindery,
or . o. ixtioiw,
BINDER AND BLANK UOOK
Oullidfn nulldlnir, Oor. Twulfth Hlxett
unit Wuahluirton Avenue,
Onii-o, 111 ix3.o J sh
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