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CYBU8 S. OBERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
AttCRI. J HLIIt.W,
at New York
Tor Vr iTtaMent,
THOU AM A. IIEJIDRIWKS,
H'faile niiK'li ") coonipMlie.l If
these uielno.K Itiuigbt niLOurajfCilehiflve
ipftftiliom It I withhold lute llieexpiec
lonc.f my enml.tinn that no reform of the
i-ItII sIms In tul country he rom
plete anil pcriimneit until In elilef m:ipi
title l oocirtUutlcnirtly divpialilieil lor re
election; exytrie&e- having reiu-aUdly
exposed the futility .f K-lf-ioipo-ed rr-lri.-Uon.i
hy candidal r iiu-iiiiit.etit..
Through this solemnity only enu he he tl
factually delivered from liiigreatiM Umptu
tlon to misuse the power and ptioDe
with wbie'i t!ii Executive U necf? tiily
charged. From Samuel .1. Tildru'e letter
The nohler motive of humanity concur
With the luateihit interests of all in requir
ing that every olntac'o ho removed to a
complete au1 durahle rcruiieill.ition he
twecn kfinlr.-'d M-iulutiti once linnuliir
ally e tranired , on the hani rocogni.ed hy
the St. Louis pUtform, of the "constitution
of the tailed states, with It ainetnimeDts
universally accepted as a final .ettlement
of tue controvers'es which engendered civil
war." Hut, io aid of a result so beneticient,
the moral influence ol every good citizen, as
well an every govercineuui authority,
ought to bs exerted, notaloue to maintain
their just equality before Ihc law, it like
wiaeto establish a eoriUl fraternity and
good wl'.l amoufi vit'zena. whatever there
race or color, who are now united in tuo
one deMiny of a common elf-o eminent.
II the ijnty shall he aMned to me, I -.hould
ot fil feiereie the powerj with which
the law and lau constitution of our coun
try clothe it rhief uisi-trate. to protect all
It citizen., whatever their former condi
tion, In every political and personal right.
From Samuel J. TildtuV letter d "a:rt p-tance.
f ihf act of IS"
inan l it rj uK
Snlluiinl A uiortltir
Six' icJwh the frnit of industry (
yuthned f -r the iim of the tuiurr, that
tin l) Hi tint vvtstf il ly the jjrofiiyiiry,
fraud or peculation of ymir public
agent. G'r. Tildni.
nr.Mot KAric a t:unt.n.
' In! southern press art; athnl that
tlie nrgroos in Ihe.ir ectloii are list en
tering Democratic ranks, and attribute
the larjre majority on tlir- iile of Democ
racy In the lute riertioii 111 Arkansas to
the rrrtiMoii nC ri.litlcHl sentiment
anions the cnlorcil wlc. They seem
tnN thoroughly alive to tin- i?ties In
volved in Hie present r.itnpuigti, and it is
cvhh'tit Miey will no longer hp led ly
men who have no further Interest in them
than to load tlirni to the ballot tox like
rattle. Although Ignorant as f ir as hook
learning Is concerned, many of these col
ored men hnre good practical business
sciiM', and soon detect the drones and
frauds In their communities. Alter
years ol excitement and trouble, brought
about hy government agents and politi
cal adventurers, the. practical colored
man saw that hi white-friends from the
North srcnerally filled nil tho political
places, filled their pockets, and filled
luiiiiy grave with colored men, and then
either left him nlone in his theerless
cabin, surrounded by fallow Held., or
quietly jfave up their political convictions
and lw?caiiio rampant Democrats. The
New York WorlJ, commenting non the
negro ol the South, says it I true
" That the negroes are getting tired of
carpetbag rule in which they have had no
share, and of carpetbag robberies in
which the jpoils have invariably been di
vided among the white scamps alone.
Then, such of the colored people as have
attained the dignity of an acre or so ot i
ground and a team of mules, or such ns I
have adopted the prevailing fashion of
working plantations on shares, or such as
deiend upon the prosperity ol the native
landowners for their dailv labor and
dailv bread, find that their little protits
and their breakfasts, dinners and suppers
were materially lessened by the bare
faced thefts ol the men they
helped to put in power. The ne
gro, no more than any other man,
is a fool when his com tort is di
rectly concerned. Therefore, he began
to vote for the men he knew would not
steal, and elected the Democratic ticket
in Arkansas, in Georgia, in Alabama and
in Mississippi. He only hesitated to vote
for the leinocraU lecause he had been
told hi would be remanded to slavery
whenever they got control of the state or
national government. Hut, under the
Icmocratic rule in Arkansas. Oecrgla,
and. Alabama, as well as in Mississippi,
be finds that not onlv are none of bis
rights or privileges abridged, but that he
is at once happier and more comtortable,
and that he is safer, both as to person and
to property, than when the Ames and
M'l lures and Bullocks ruled him only to
The rapid changed among the colored
jieople of file South is the direct cause of
the inlain'ous order that places the south
ern people in such an odious position.
It foreshadowed the complete political
division ol the colored people and the
downfall ot Republican power hi every
state in the South.
Goss and Allen were placi d under
$5,000 bail each not to tijrht. on the oil
MiLiw will hold her fdat election next
Monday. ' A governor and tve congress
men are to le elected.
citizens ot the district should cotue for
ward and participate in this convention
and all its preliminary movements.
THEY lll NOT MUMT.
Alien and Gos. the two big bruisers,
after putting up $3,000 bonds each, as a
guarantee against hostilities in Ohio,
went over into Kentucky with their ring
appliances, toggery and thug!-, drove
stakes and went to pounding each other
In a truly scientific style. For seven
rounds this checriul and uselul amuse
ment lasted, when the Kentucky militia,
with a promptness that would Ik; com
mendable In any militia, doubled quicked
Irora omo sylvan hiding place where
they had been enjoying "eawktails" and
"straights," iiml wallacd doss
and Allen lo the melody ot
briss horns and mindl drums, to a
convenient magl-trate, who asked Ihem
to show auo why they were, attempting
to knock the stuflliig out ol each other
on the "dark ami bloody ground" of
Kentucky. The captain told Gos and
Allen he and the state would have no
nucli nonsense, and requested them to
beware. Southern people he said would
not tolerate itt-!lguting. lliaiwasui
the kind ol trouble lor them. Alter a
lew "eawktail with the i upturn and the
magistrate, Goss and Allen and the bal
ance of the boys, found an airy and eligi
ble spot, when tne principals handed
each other a lew until Alien struck Goss
in a tender quarter beneath the belt,
which elided the ttght, but established a
broad Held for argument that may last at
least six months to come.
plied, itnling I he revenue and devoting
the proceeds for corrupting the elections,
bayonet rule In the South, eternal hate In
the North, the white house surrounded
with thieves like Habcock, the cabinet
filled with men like Harlan. Williams,
Belknap, Robeson. Delano and Richard
son. These and all such corrupt ions aic
to be expected tinder Hayes, lor they
have taken place under Grant, and tin
same men that have made Grant what he
la, will make Hayes the same kind ot a
president that Grant was. Do you w ish
to continue this deplorable state of
thing t1 f,et them answer. Seneca
Kails, (X. Y.) Untitle.
from Hit U.i timorc iw.tle )
As the campaign warms op, it becomes
easier to make accurate gueses at the
probable result. Let us lake, as our ba
sis, tho figures of the national Republi
can executive committee. They consider
this rable to lie trustworthy :
10 Pennsylvania Si
6 Ohio 21
H Illinoia n
ii Iowa II
11 Maine 7
y Ntw llumpdiire
3 South Carolina 7
U; w'cat Viixinta ,
Gexkkai. Nichols, Democratic candi
date for governor of i.oulsiana, has
quieted the troubled in the vicinity of
"HKAhi Leaves" ii Hie title of a little
volume ot poems, by Mrs. Laura Webb,
a lady ol the South, dedicated to the be
reaved widow of tne galluut Custer.
Is Nashville, ou the night ot the Mli,
colored Democrats met to form a club,
but were almost nreventcd by the Inter
ference ot Republican negroes. The po
lice quieted the disturbance.
The Democracy of Massachusetts nom
inated Charles Francis Adams for gov
ernor ot that state, ou the Cth Inst. It
has been rex-ived with enthusiasm by
the Democrats of Massachusetts, who
believs they can now carry the elate.
GxvKiuL Jefi' Thompson, during the
war actively engaged on the confed
erate side in Missouri and east of the
Mis Usippi river, died In St. Joseph, Mo.,
u the 5th lust. At the time .f bis death
he was in charge of the Louisiana levee.
At the close ot the war ho epoused the
caubt ol the Republican purty, and there
fore estranged himself troni many ot his
old Iiicnij and tesociaU-s.
Th Memphis Ayptal tells lu readers
that bayonet rule in the south U a fixed
fact, aud advises the people to prcptic
and follow the example of the Democrats
of Arkaasas and rreerve a lirofouml
peace. If the jSouthern people w ill take
the advice ol this ftcilingjourual, the des
potic order ot the administration must fail
lo have the effect intended, f re&t U.e
soldkrs well, extend the. hand ol fellow
hiplo the ofiWr, and tiettow trpon
"shear true southern hospitality, and the
fail g 3 of the terpent luay he made harne-
POLITICAL II AXKLS IN VI.RMOXT
Siu the year IHGU the Republican
majoriti in Vermont, for governor,
have varied but little. In 1SC9 it reached
2t.D7J ; in 170, 21, .'100; in 1872, 2o.33:J;
and In 1S7J, 20,32-1. Returns in the late
ulettiou hhow striking changes in many
localities. The town of Bennington cave
a Democratic majority of t4 votes In op
position to a heretofore Republican ma
jority, that party, in 1S74 carrying It by
213 votes. The vote this year stood over
200 more thau in that year, thq Republi
cans lulling oil from W2 to 4G7, and the
Democrats nearly doubling their vote
of 1S7-1, reaching from 277 to 541.
Bcuuiugton is the homo of the
prominent Republican, Trcnor Park. who
lias been stumping fjr the Republican
pi.rty. It is also the home ot A. 1".
Child. Democratic candidate for con
gress In the First district, who carried it
hy 11 majority, gaining 331 votes since
1874. The dispatches state that Man
chester and Arlington, in the same coun
ty, make a showing of large gains for the
Democratic party, tho vote in the first
place going up irom 31 In 1874 to
117. In Arlington the Democratic vote
rose from 102 to 1C2. Favorable changes
for the Democratic party are also report
ed in Windham county. In Urattleboro
they doubled their vote of 1S74, reaching
trom 118 to 2IC. In Rockingham it went
from t;l to 300. Ve rgennei (the greatest
change of 'all) which lu 1S71 diJ not
poll a solitary Denioratic vote, gave 77
in this election, while the Republicans
poiiotf only n more than their 2n.' in
su n vieioh; ciiaugea as these in h state
whore the Republican majorities have
been almost urn form for many years is
very flattering to Mr. Tilden and his
Dtmoeratie supporters, show Ing a desire
on the part of the ultra Republicans to
advocate reform in the government
such important changes have taken place
in Republican Vermont, may we not
count vimu carrying, by good majorities
!oth Indiana and Ohio?
The state officers elected iu Arkansas
are as follows: Governor, Win. B. Mil
ler: secretary. Benton B. Beavers : And-1
UorJohn Crawford; treasurer, Tbos. J.
Churchill; attorney-general, Wm. F.
Henderson; land commissioner, James
N Smithee; suiK-rinlendcnt public in
struction, George V. Hill ; judge chan
cery court, John R. Kaken ; clerk chan
cery court, Jonathan W. Callaway. The
legislature being largely Democratic,
will he the means of tossing the carpet
bagger Powell Clayton from the United
States senate. A man who will truly
represent the sentiments of the majority
of the people of the state, and who has
an interest in her political and industrial
welfare will take his place.
The Vleksburg Herald, in its issue ol
the Mb Inst., published a striking cartoon
on Grant's southern order. The presi.
dent, with a pole carrying the bloody
shirt, in his right hand a long sword, and
in his mouth a ciuar, is leading his troops
southward. A bulletin board behind
him bears the inscription, "Another bat
tle. Two hundred soldiers surrounded
by ten thousand Indians ;" and sign
board, pointing diflerent directions bear
the words" South Louisiana."' and
HYt Black Hills," with hands point-
ng both ways Brother Jonathan inter
cepts Grant and his troops and points
towards the Black Hills.
New York !W,North Carolina 10
iniltaua I'- t olorado -.. '
I.nui!ra H r'lorula
Total. - S3
It will be seen that they claim as cer
tain Ohio and V et Virginia, neither of
which can be conceded to them. West
Virginia is doubtful, but tie best opinion
gives It to Tilden. Ohio, Hayes' own
state, the Republicans are In a measure
comixdled to claim; but the contest will
be very close, and it ma' o to the De
mocracy. Hayes majoiity was very
small on the gubernatorial election, and
the Democratic party at that time was in
its worst possible figmine trim. New
ork 1 1 classed ns doubtful, but cnrelul
lookers-on give it to Tilden bv thirty
thousand majority. Indiana wilt almost
surely go for Tilden. North Carolina
will be closely contested, r,ut tne proba
bilities are all In favor of Tilden. We
think the follow ing is the fairer table :
TILDEN. I HAYES.
AUUm 10' Maine 7
ArkannKS v'Nrw Hampshire .1
Connecticut Verinuiit ,. . '
California CjMaasiu-husetH 11
MtlaKaie IliRliude Island 4
Georxia li.r-tnniyltama ...
St. Ovaries Hotol,
New Jf rty
Wti Virfinia ..
1" Soulli eaiolma .
s f lorl.la
t HiKLKs McDkviit, an honored mem
ber of the typographical fraternity of
New York, died on the 3rd Just., in that
city. He was 77 years old. Thurlow
Weed, in paying the last tribute of re
spect lo his old friend, said : "I have
known Charley MeDevitt for fifty-live or
sixty years. The first tract issued by the
American Tract Society, about the jear
IslG, was set uji by Mr. MeDevitt, and he
aid I winked it oil' together In Daniel
Fanshawe's otllcc. at No. 11 Clifl" street,
in this city. He joined the New York
Typographical Society soon alter I did.
I joined it in 1310. At the time of his
death he wai the oldest member of that
society that had not missed a meeting
for more than titty years.''
Total - i
We have classed Louisiana and Missis
sippi among the doubtlul states, not be
cause we have any iiouurs tnai tne con
servative Democrats have a majority
there, but because these states may be
carried by Republican frauds and It-publican
bay onets. In IxwUiuna the Repub
lican have coutrol of the machinery ot
the elections. It matters not now the
votea are cast, they can return as elected
whomsoever they will, lo Honda and
South Carolina the same sad state of af
fairs exists. The total number of elec
toral votes is 3t)!i ; necessary to a choice
185. If we are right in our figures Til
den is nearly certain of a sutlicicnt num
ber to elect him. A lair share of the
doubtful states will give him an over
whelming majority. Besides all this, the
signs are favorable for a recurrence of
the "tidal wave ol 1-71," which will
sweep the effete Republican party out of
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nl Hous iu (-outliei u illihuH, ami w tin- ImkIihk i ,
n lairu. utw Illislaixliiiir the "llnl . ......... .
rvntiction in prien, the tatile wIM.aal
usual, Im lilierally
I OA I..
sitlil lib I lie fty t-fl
ol rverrttiintr Uml au Im- l-mml in mark-t.
r ine Iniye Hauuplc ruuia l-ir miiuncrcia
Vi fi Hoxiy Of course. K very body
knew that the liadicaU would carry Ver
mont, and Udllntf the people, this to fur-
prtse them U like telliu the world that
tlie uutcu have taken Holland, t'ncle
.Siunuel didn't pay much attention to
Vermont, and he is paying preeiou little
vo -Maine. lie is too wise to waste aia
iuuoition ou K&me he kuowa he cannot
hrinjr down. And besides, who will re-
uieiuher Vermont or Maine two weeks?
Xobody. All eye will 1 concen
trated upon Indiana, where the Blue
(am Williams la pushing the elegant
Harrison to the wall. Walt for Indiana.
We don't eijiect a real downpouring vie
lory In lloosierdom. but we do antici
pate a lively shower of ballots say any
where trout 2,000 to 10,000 majority.
ThU will help us, and make UllnoU sura
for Ttldep ; bin, evea wltiiout Indiana,
we can carry the natlon d ticket to
; ; Krcai aqjcci io ovrtnber, Tha ikies
';; arbritbl. Tli diy at th Pepioc raUc
, party la ef t )-ad, ud thrn-exit
KadlcariitB foiVe, ao4 enter 'peace and
MKW '4SKTMy ALa-tO
Hi anggwtiona of Mr. John 11. Oberlv
lu bis letter (ieclioing the Boiuioatloa lor
the legislature. luade by the Democratic
convention that couvineil on lh 3rd of
last August, have been adopted by the
ieuatorud committee a a means of pro
moting harmony in the Democratic
party. The conindtu met at Anna last
Wednesday, and decided that a new con
vention hould convene on the ISth inst.,
iu the court house, at Jonesboro, when,
if the Interest ot tlui Democratic party
demand it, a new ticket can, be put In
1 hU convention open the true avenue
to a ettlement of existing ilimYultUii
j noe who were ubeatUrled with tb
Jonesboro iiominatioiii ot the 3d of Au
gust, and active in their opposition to the
ticket, w in now have an opportunity to
tent whether or not the will of the Demo.
craia ot the district was carried out. If
not, a new ticket will take the place of
the one now in tho field. If the Domina
tion were the wish of the Democracy
theu Hie. ticket of to-day muKt go before
the people of the district. Those who
opposed Me.srs. Albright and Townea
will have au opportunity lo make their
lnouene rut In the comlnir convention
If they fail u uo eo, It wUJ he their own
fault, and tho remits, .be they what they
tony, tuubt be accepted si final. The best
luteal Front VarmoaU.
CMeil to I ha St. I.ouli BfpubUiQ.)
New York, Sept., C ltelurna froiu
Vermont from 130 towns show a iteoub-
lican train of 38 uer cent., with a Demo.
cratic gain of 73 per cent, over the vote
oi jsh, snowing a net lieuiocratic gain
ot 35 per cent, iu two vears in Vermont.
ii an tne ucpuoucau ticket received no
small a proportion of the total vote as In
this election the same oercentasre would
give the leinocraey nearly every state in
the I'nlon. The New Vork Qra,hic (He
publican organ.) this evening admit?
that the Democrats have made larger
smut mail me jieiJuuncanK, comparison
being made with the vote for president.
These returns show that the absolute
Republican majority will be less than In
IMit and 18o8 or lts72. The total vote is
tne largest ever polled in the state.
Uomon. Mass., Sept. 6. Vermont
election : iu towns give Fairbanks 37,-
una. mniMiain 17.WW: same tawni in
ls74, gave l'eck 27,34i, Blnifham 1 1 'J47 :
Kepublican gain 3,K7. First disti i-t, M
towns, Joyce, 11,715, Childs C.125;
.ond district, 5U town, give Deni-ton
11.533, Dickey 4.4K0; Third dhtrict, 4
towns, give Ilwideo ,3IX), d wards
,ai : nity-nve towns not heard from
gave i "ecu in iff. 1, c.240, Bingham 2,111 1
i'axk a majoriiy. 4.1iW. The rturt.a .i
Uila election iu the same towns will be
comparatively about the game. This
would give the Kepubllcana a majority
on governor of 24.101, a gain of 3.8W
over 174. Town retiresenutivea -Wrl
are 1C3 Republicans. 17 Deinfirrura nn
choice one. .Sixty-nine towns not heard
from on congressional vote.
Wholeaale and iutail tieaJtra in
Foreign and Domeatio
f li-4. on rtiiunii llour. frtir r.'Uar
CJ".II hatoraifeiir ftiit cyuvej wl toainl Irum
Hie tifttel Wllliullt rlini (te.
Jk.VtfT W li:tX A .,
-Iii-tf Hr-n.rii (i.r
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MKSB&9. PMTTII A CO. have eonitAiiUy
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WHAT MlHt BE LXfKlTCU.
What mut be expected of tho future
administration, la cate 11 ayes U elected V
jiamieBiiy uie same sort oi administra
tion that we have had for the last clifht
years, for we have the same leading
spirits working tor Hayes' election who
have been check by Jowl wltto Grant.
Thev in the iihM.hiuI ftuiiwniim
ed (irant and then nominated Hayes.
They do not admit that there has been
any geueral corruption and hence thev
do not promue reform, 'i he programn e
that Morton, t'oukling and Blaine have
pointed out. Is a continuation in olBce ot
tae ineu who are now in. Au adher
ence to the same sort of leglslatlou that
iias prevaueu. a reH.iitiou ot nepotism
gift taking, and all manner of corrupt op
eratlona, legislation lu favor of the rich
more aubsidies, straw-bidding, corrupt
contracts in publie buildings and other
public works, wasteful extravagance, as
lu the navy, stealing as in the navy de
partment, as In the Indian department.
wiw schemes as la the San Domingo
ivu, u iu lufi yuai-ixauersmp acniog, ai
lowauce of fraudulent tlaimi. eonrress-
men lobbying, senator buying their
oftioes and selling their Influence, the
puouc expenses increased, ofllcts multl
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE t
THE FOii OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la lit Gratia) ll
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no LaiAenaaa it will not n...Tan'
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man lvul '.v, - X
wr uiner jJomMtio animaL that
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will c.rni t thf aiMity. r.l.ev thr iu, rirv
i.d Hit ultroiliutr raii-r, and v aomelnim a
a lunar .I-. I of illnrw. Ii rt-ta arr yeDtle and
iii.i.ii. and iu r.f-urnil ux aoula (.a-'ni
Mil.l I'.Y AI.I. Mtl U'illT.
ttn A ilar al hoinr, Ar'iiC wanted Outfit
IZ ami b-riiis frw TKlfc A I U., Auu.U.
If) .n wm.l relittl.U lnforirialii.il, vuCTenii.l hu
In irrt a rlirap Farm or mimrtit Homa
ateotl frre ru-t ur alilrr l . J. Oil.
Mi IKK, l-timl 1 ..Uillil-.l'.Drr, lAwrrner Kansaa
t-r-l iT ric icratis a i-..y r Ttia Kaua&a Pa
cific llomf atal.
tCC-nt'i wi-ek io aeutii. Sample f.
SJJ:- it H Kl.MV. Anifii-l... Malnr.
AOKNT8 AIAEKICAN POWUKH
57 Ohio Iivee.
ferf DA SHINE)
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealt r in
All Viiifla (Uard and sort.)
PLOOHINQ, BIDING, LATH, &o. ;
Mill d Yars,
orasr Ttilrty-Tourth att and .j
UBIO liSTWfc ,
A GREAT DISCOVERY !
Hy tl,e u- of whii-h ercry family iuuj ifivt
their I.intn ttial hrilliuni polish eculiar to line
laundry work. Savin? tiineuud lahi.r in ironi
inK, more than iU eutira mat. Wan-anted.
Bold By Druggists ami Orocsrs Ereryubers
ask roi uomisr.
A CO., 13 N. 4th Ht,
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Aud Ialur In
II. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
EvanuUU, Cairo and Memphis
Steam 'Packet Co.,
Paduotth, SliAwneetown. Evans
. Fill, LouiiTiUe, CinolunatJ
and all way landings.
The eleifunt atde-Wuitl alwuu-'
rlflirstM fnr tn Parity, Vtrenglh and i- layor
V urianir-l l K.- p Hlrl.li. Wf l.a.ranl'r ll u
t-rniriv frrv from HutphurH: And oroU.rr dainrn
,u..il-.a'pw. tth which Jf ritrffarl. dallrrair4
'.r .ic . a. I i.rocem. Irrr Vlnrjjar Mom. in in.
Worid. tuib.l. K. UlTiLbhlIOCO,Uucu
irrilTCl''rIar'elfe-lik' ! eppmi -ti.K
AUtlllOaol llic iTMUleutial ndiiHlM a. II
."? Jranully. iitl"irireoir. ';
IS a tUy iiry )B Ca M Wall at..wn SJIw.N.V
ffr a- Cf)rt prilayat borue. Samplra worth
PO IO PU fa. Silnaun Coaipanr.
OrAKitm r"iiieiniei Carls. wllA narua. lo cts.,
"ikjiI naia. Ii. Jonm A Co.. Naosan, N . V .
KellgliMia aurt AKrlrullural Week-
lie IlKll-prlrff. Html fur CataluKna on Hie
List I'lan. rr lnp)riaitlou, ail-lreni,
P. E0WELL ft CO.. 41 Park Row,
B. F. PARKER.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
rVall Paper, Window Olass, Win
dow Shades, tto.
Always baaJ, tuc celebrated illtuiiinatlra
WaLHU B. I'EMNiKOTOJt...
UT t'a!a avery
QMCCIAL alWuUoi tven locouala-uiueoU aal
j , Will
Wfc.DNKSIAV at 6
f n fleot weaiiu r
Hour ' lyfercliaiit
K SO Obla lTa,
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T .S if.
litM IIoWAao.M ..
Ixteal airo ry SATI UDAV.
Ew h boat luiikmi clua connwlioo at Cairo
Uu nrul-cJass aveameia for bl- i-ouia, Muu
uluaaJdNW Oil-uu. aad at Kvauaville with
Ilia" C. 5. U tut aU iwiuU NorUi and Last,
aadwiiailie luiavUI" Tiait taiin toM
pSiuiaouth. Uipw Onto, sriviua "'IT
tth u uu I'lvigUU MSJd !MUiiiaer io ail iinU
W HaDUdaV BROS. . i A)ttnU,
v vr uuii.1. i's.
Oornar Elavanth Btraat and WaaLio g
i. H. ObkhLV. A. W. eVAlf.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
A.. Xrr. PYATT afe GO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bull-tin Building, Cor. Twalfth Strea
kind WaaUinsTtoa Avaaua.
If Comity and ItailroadWors a 8)ciaUY
E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS.,
130 W, roartH Si. CIVCimn, 0.,
Ara autborlzad to contract for advartia
Ug in tnis pavar.
ZitimaUi fur&iibadfxM, laui for Circular