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j OUN B. XULKIT, .
Attorney at Iaw.
orriCR ! At residence ob Ninth Street, I a
tweenWishtngtoa avenir end W alnut B
mee, 33a.Uetla BullA-lnr, Csmti Twalftlx Steet sxxid. 'ttTaafelsigton Avaavia.
VOL. 8. CAIRO. ILLINOIS. Kill DA Y. SEi'l'MM BKK IB, 1870. NO. 22!).
Conuner d&l PriaUnf ,
At tli ni LHTln fjfllr. laire, lltionlr
"TOWN AND COUNTRY"
Bill 11 FADRS
Your House Needs Painting Badly,
Not -only because U looks dingy and rusty, but lr the more Important reason thul It
wants protection from th weather. Willi thin Taint, KOR A :sMAl.l. bTM,
jou pan Piolect anl Heaiitllv your buse, making It
Attractive ami lot Itinir.
The Town ami Country Ready Mixed Puiut arc prepared from, pure white lead,
pure u tide ol iuc, and the finest and strongest coloring inateiial obtainable, iu I k e I
with pnparod Linseed :il, which . dries with a gloss and durability unattainable iy
the uitiH materials mixed In the ordinary manner.
Lead ami Zinc, mixed in this way, are not atWied liy bange. of temperature, w ill
not crack, blister, peel, flake or ehalk, ami will always lry with the hlphet polbp
polish. They are warranted to trUm! under ail etpostire, and will form a perfectly
water-proof covering, very ela-tic and beautiful. Thev will work freely under lite tmth.
and may ho applied hy tli most inexperienced peroii when the directions are followed,
though the employment ol regular puintcr is advised when obtainable.
Toil I'aint l alwavelleady for u without the ltieonentence or expenie or
u'ny additional material.
One Gallon will Cover 200 to 250 Square Feet
( all ami get a circular giving all de.ircl information in icgard to the
"TOWN AND COUNTRY" Ready Mixed Paints
IIM.1 'lit UK ll.I AT "SIGN OF 'I NK liOl.liKN I.IHV
hm nad Ape Pad
The Greatest Discovery! Age
(Patented April 12. l;o.)
Ilnl l" Fever and Ai!if I'ad is no imposition, tor docs it pre end to
in re w llhotit medicine. The Pad is medicate I w itli f fleet ive compound,
and cures bv absorf.tioii, acting direct on the Liver and stomach immed
iately, tli hi taking Irotn the system all malaria and ISiliou poison. Rodger'
Kcver and Aifiie Pud make also a sure cure in all ulscasea growing out of
u disordered Liver.
The Public are c4llti0ncd against purchasing the counterfeit article, as
there arc one or two In the market: ask your druirjiist for Rodger' Fever
and Ague Pad. I'at. Apiil li'.b. 17'). This is m i f.nlv originsl pad. Ro
nre ami ask lor the patented arlirle. 'I he prie of Hodirers' Kever and
Ague Tad is only fcl mid i sent po-t-paid ti any ad res ob receipt of I rice.
Observe direction" and buy nouu lint Kodgcts'. t or sale by
Call and net a Circular.
DRINK and LIVE
P tho Cure of tho Ills that Flesh is Heir to. Pure and Fresh,
tained Direct from tbeir Sources and Kept on Ice.
BETGESM URAL MTER
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
Blue Lick, Excelsior Waters,
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
All of tha above Water for aala on drauicbt in Bottlea, by the Oallon in
Jug or Keire, or by the Barrel by
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee. Cairo, Rl.
Oeneral Atrenta, Cairo, Illinoia.
THE 1INAT01IAL MUDDLE.
The Mrnalorlal 4'oinmlllri' Call For
A Mew feeiiatorlal lllalnrt
to Accordance With Which Chairman Halll
day Iituei Hit Call For a Hew
'I lie follow ing rritniiiiiMtealloim explain
CA1KO. III., Scj.t. 7,
To the Iteiaocracy id the I'iltietii Senato
rial District :
t our senatorial committee held a ineetini;
at Anna oo the evenin of September tith.
to consider the pelltlont for a new
oBvenlion. As i well kuown to you, a
considerable diatUfaction exist with re
gird to the uetion of the .loneidioro eoiiTrt
tion. II this di-att-l action w a eonfloeil to
a tew IndlWduuNonly, we alionld have din-
regarded It, but the petition have been
tgiicd by a KiiAirlent number of Democrat
to demand, in our judgment, tome at tion
on our part to re-tore harmony to the pur-
y. We have acted ingly with an eye to
the (food of thepar y, and the p'ati upon
ulil. tiwe hac decided, we believe to be
one whlrli everv Democrat in the district
lioiiM heartily endor e as a fair Mniition of
alld.rticiiliieH, andocewhich slioul l rettorc
inity of ai tlon to the party.
There belntr a Taeancy on the ticket,
an-ed by the withdrawn! of Mr. Oberly an
amlidate for rejireentative, a majority of
your committee derided to call a new con.
volition to All the vaeam y, recommending
to the committee of the several ciunti'),
through their ihairman, that Mich aetion
le taken wi h regard to the lioinliiatiou of
a ticket an they believe to bo in accord with
the wl-hcuol a majority of the Dciiocraey.
IT it i-hall be determUcd by the convention
that the best interests of the party demand
a nov ticket, then iet the contention nom-
nate one ; but if outhe other hand, it tb.'ill
be decWrcd tbatthe interesiU of the parly
will ha bent nibnerved by the ticket remain.
ng at it Ih, then let tha com ention relue to
take any action with regard to the present
nominee, We have accordingly notified
each chairman of the several eotinty cen
tral committee to ca'l convention in their
re-pective countlej to nominate delegaces
to the general convention named. to be held
at the court house In Joneboro,on the ltli
day of September, Ib'.'i, at 2 o'clock p. m.
The above was hijjned by Messrs. V.
II. Morris of Cairo, and W. A. Lemma, Of
Jackson couuty, two of the three mem
bers of the committee.
MORRU TO Hll 1 IIAV.
In accordance with the above, Mr.
Morri. chairman of the senatorial com
mittee, addressed the follow ing to T. W.
Halliday, chairman of the Alexander
county Democratic committee :
Cairo, III , Sept. 0, 1S7G.
Tlioniu W. Halliday, Ch'n Deni. Central
Com. of Alexander Co., Cairo, III.:
Dear Sir : At a meeting of the senatorial
committee of this, the Fiftieth senatorial
district, held at Anna, III , on the tith Inst.,
it waa determined by a majority of tald
committee, to cal a convention to meet at
Jonehoro, III., on Monday, ept. in, le7,
at 2 o'clock p. in., for the purpose of noin
touting acandidatc totilltlie vacancy cauned
by the declination of lion. John II. Oberly
as a candidate for the lower houxe of the
Thirtieth general a-sembly of the fatateot
Illinois. ; and it being madw apparent to the
committee at the meeting held at aforesaid,
that considerable di.nffcctlon exists
throughout the district, on account ol the
nomination made by the senatorial and
representative convention held at Joneboro
in said district on the :id day, of August
last, the central committee ol your county,
through you, are therefore requested to
meet at some time and place, as you, chair
man, of cald committee may designate, lor
the purpose ol calling a convention cf the
Dciincracy of your county to appoint del
egates to the convention to be held at
Jonesboro as aforesaid, and to take such ac
Hon as In your Judgment will secure bar
mony and subserve the bent tnterestt of
the Democracy ol your county and the
v. u. morr:s,
u'u. Fiftieth Senatorial District Com.
NKW lKH'HAHi: county convention
lnoomillanee with the above a meet
ing ol the Alexander county Democratic
central committee was held on Monday
evening last, at which the chairman, Mr
Halliday, was authorized to Issue the fol
lowing call :
Caikii. Ii.i.s., Sept., 11, lS7t.
A conventionoi' the Democratic voter
ol Alexander county will lie held at the
courthouse In Cairo, on Saturday next,
September Kith Inst., at one o'clock,
ji.m., lor the jmrpose ol' seleethiir nine
delegates to the convention to meet at
.lonesboro, on the IStli inst., in accord
ance with the called the Fiftieth senatorial
Ity order ot the Alexander County
1 h-moeratie Central Committee.
Titos. W. Hai.i.iday, Chairman.
Highland Park, 111.
A ('ollrglMle sail Prrirlur)r lnll
Fall session beKins SVteinbrr 20th, l!-T .
Cuiir-r study thoruuKh aud eatende,!. Itura
lueililiis fur Music., Drawing Jund faintiug
Msnueis, Morul and Health ol the lirst iiupur
law. LulleKc buildiDics ciiuiuolii,u. uud
well furni'died. No rooms for pupils above twit
ItiKbU of suns. JMtutiou attrsctive. Tbse
who have completed their ordinary school edu
cation elsewhere may Im, rvreivtd to pursue our
hivlier course with sviul advanlaau. KU
WARD I'. VYESION. I'aicsiOkMT.
A GENTS WAKTSD
to aell tha Now
At Events at tha National Capital
AND THK CAMPAIGN OF lB76y
Just the book lor the times. Uivea a lull history
of Hi Natioual Capital aud (ioverumeut. bhowa
how the Kovernuieut has brail uuniKd suu its
oricanmauon. txplaius bow iolm ara put
through oooKress . liivea a lull history of ths
Whisky frauds and Halknap boaudal. It f i
Hi llvMOf Usvts, Whn-ler, Tlliksit and Ilea
prick. Uraml chance for Agents. Address.
a-17-wSw J. II CUAstUEIts, m. Louis. Mo.
UTY YKAUS MKroKK THE miLIfe
DR. C. MVLANH'S
C r. I. K CRATED
rim ihi 1 1 B or
Ilcjalitis or I.ivt-r Coinplaint,
liVs'hr".l A Nil SICK IttAIiACHE.
Syinptotns of a Diseased Liver.
1)A1N in the right side, under the
tdgeof the ribs, jncreaseson pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side ; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder blade, and
it frequently extends to tire top of
tiie shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
'1 he stomach is affected with lass of
appetite and sickness; tlie bowels in
general are costive, sometimes alter
native with lax; the head is troubled
w ith pain, accompanied with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
There isgencra.ly aconsiderable loss
of memory, a cotiipanicd withaain
ful sensation of having left undone
f oinethin which ought to have been
done. A slight, dry tough is some
times an attendant, j The patient
i ornplains of weariness and debility ;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin ; his
spirits are low; and although he is
satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial to him, jet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the alcove symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred w here few of them ex
isted, j et examination of the bodj',
after death, has shown the LlvfcR to
have leen extensively deranged.
AC Ui; AM) FEVLR.
Dr. ('. M'.'Lanl's I.ivkr Pills,
IN CAsV S Of At, IT. AND I'KVf.R, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic tan lie used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with tli is disease to give them A
l-'or all Uilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
BEWARK OP IMITATIONS.
The genuine Dr. C. Lane's
Livtr Pills are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLane's Liver Pills.
The genuine MVLane's Livpr
Pills bear the signatures of C.
M'. Lane and Fleming Pros, on the
fay Insist on your druggist or
storekeeper giving jou the genuine
Dr. C. MVLane's Liver Pills, pre
pared bv Fleming Pros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeeper generally.
To i!ioe wMiing to give Pa. C. MVLans's
Liykr Pills a trial, we will mail post pid to ny
p-n of the L'uitcd i-Ulo, enc bus of I'iUs fur
FLEMING KROS.. Pittibursh, Pi.
To whom Pensions are
DATH EVERY, Boldlat
WTm f tTisiBi white la the hoo
and'dUeharM of dutr. either bv accident o.
etherwtoe, saoold baro a pensloa. The loss oi
a Anger entitle you to a pan ion. A nptutea
SO mauer aow sugni
light, fires you a pension,
toe rivet roil a pension.
The lose of aa ere gives you a pension.
r wiiigire yon a pen ion.
are aow are win a pens loa. are 1 nsw y eoa
zureopy of Pension aad BoqnTy Acta.
AddnvM,p. H. FITZGERALD,
Valted Stales Claim Agent, Indiasapolik.IkO.
fjgyon all letter mark P. O. Boa 4H
tmum itktala wbt mm on m ibis ail'MtlKBUil.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing PreanPtly Done.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
1 lh (rami WM
Which has stood tho test of 40
rhere'is no sore it will not Ileal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Ache, no Fain, that Afflicts the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to its magic touoh.
A bottle costing 25c, 60o. or II
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - 1100.000
V P HALLIDAY, President
IIKNKY L HAI.I.IDAY, ke Pretl
A II MAKFOKD, C'sftiier.
XV AIT Ell HYnDll. Ass't t astiler
n. Stun Taylor, It. 11. Ciinmsoiiam,
II L. IUllioat, W. I'. Hai.i.ioat,
it. D. W ilmaiiso. BueiitN Iiihii,
A . H. SArFoiio,
Exchange, Com and United State
Honda Bought and Sold.
EruSITS reneivnl and a general anklnt
f llrnss, President. II. Wells, "miner.
I". Ned. Vice I'rvs't. T. .1. herth. Asst. asli'r
Corner Commarclal Ave. and 8th Street
ItroM, ('iri), Wni. Kliure, Cairo.
Veir, taini. Win. Wolfe, Cairo.
Sosaiikn, Cairo. It. I.. Ilillinjrley , t. Minis.
Iimlir, I tim II. Wells, Cairo.
P. II. Ilrinkman. St. Ixuiis.
I. Y. Clciiiwim, (aleitonia.
general llanklnic HtiMliieMn Hone.
IfExchainfe sold and hiirlit. Interest puid
n the SaviiiKS Iiepartment. Collections mude,
ud si I lemn ess n lumpily ittteml.-l to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. 8AFFOKD, President.
S. 8 TAYLOB, Vice President.
W. HYSLOP, Sec'T and Trensurer.
P.W. Barclay, Chas. Galioiibr,
F. M. bTOCKFLBTB. PAUL ii. feCllLH.
111. II. Cchhihohaji, H . L. Halliday,
J. M. PitiLLirs.
rNTEREST paid on deposits at the ratf ol six
percent, per annum, March 1st and Saptem
Mr 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added iinme
liately to the principal of the deposits, themhy
(ivinK them cumoouud interest.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Oim every business dav from 9a.m. to 3 p.m.
ad &stunniy evenings lor savings deposits only
rum ti to B o cluck.
W. HVSLOP. Treasurer.
Wholesale and Iietail Dealer In
Foreign and Domeatio
WLI:m 1V AIsIs KI!VIN,
No. 60 Ohio Levoe,
ArES-SUf. 8 MYTH A CO. have eunstandy
IYL a large stock ot the tie I good in lliu mar
ket, aud give especial atleiition to the xholesale
rrnirh l the IMisineM
Chartered hv the
State ol' Illinois
lr the cxpreHS
iirKiv 01 ki.iom
liiimediultt relit 1
nail cases of private, chronic, ami urinary di
seases in all their complicated forms. It is Well
known tbst Dr. James has stood at the head ol
the profession for the past . vears. Age and
experienceareall-imjiorlHiit. ejunliml Wk.
siraa, night losses hy dreams, pimples ou the
faoe. lost mauhiMid, can positively lie cuie-il
Indies wanting the most ilelicate attentiou, tall
or write. Pleasant home for italients. A hook
for the million. Marriage liiiidr, which lulls
you all ahoul these diseases who should marry
Why uot lu cents to pay postage. Dr. Jainei,
has 30 rooms aud pai lor. Vou we no one but
the doctor oili. hours, a.m. to 7 p.m. ruu
duys, lop, IJ. All l.ilBiuess strlelly eonlldeii
I'hirtr jpi aiirtiH iienif in tha trcatuwut ul Bazual auu
Chroiuu Dmeaaeaui txOi . in.
ir. HI'TTSP Narrlaareeiwlcla'.
r'mli A Piiyaioloirio! Vww ui M-iriuas
SaaVa M fc tli liiarrird auil Il1u.ac11uu-11iplal.114
ffss' ,ain M iiiatri.Ke, uu Ilia iny.lfit.at.1 rrpruUiu-l-XaMBaaaSMar
sn4 n, arerat iiillriuiticaul auulli,
muuliuud 4uil Winiallh,MMj An lliyctrmtt-u buuku,li iMtr..
lor privata milins, wliii h alumlu Im St pi aulvr lutk aud
k. y. Si nl iitul. r i lorailm.
A PHIV ATS MEDICAL TBIATISt on all diartws
ol a Privulo NsAurs iu U1O1 a-iva, ilu- aliuM-a a,l il..
uiilrraall)iaariiuila.aUui, and 0aliieai4uKur,kAipata
w 1O1 .nraviiif .. avt-i.t uiuiir aaal lorU i t,.
M EDICAL ADVICE ua aviusl and Chronir biarsara,
S. in, 1,. I W ..kurifc Catarrh, Camr, Ruulurr, tli lipium
li.bit, Si., k-Vlpajtc wurk aHt under aral tur 10 fU. All
three books ihiuuIiiiii 400 paTe and vrs lliinn una
kuuwiBK uu ih .ulijK-t, huI aoouruly Male4 eu '
wipt or 0 ols. Adilrtrai, Or. Butts' Ditpennsry,
Uo.K N. tk St.. X. Louis. Mo. It-.t-siuiuu 1st; j
KiiK'ixa HrusMils. Three l'ly and lnirraln,
also, Stair I'arprt, Velvet Hugs, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Clotiis. etc., very cheep
at the Old riaca
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
Carpets carefully packed and sent to an)
part of tha United States free of charge
rJ-SEXD.rOR PRICE LIST."
7-4-ly. J. A. BENDALL.
ThU crrat Internntinnat Kxliihitioti, df
signed to commemorate the one hundredth,
aiiolversnry ol American iDdependcncc,
opened Mny lotli. and will clone November
loth, IwTil. All the nations (d the world
and all the state and territories, of the I'm
Ion are piirticipatliifr in thi wonderful le-uuns-traiion,
hringlni; together the most
comprehensive collection ol art treasure,
mechanical inventions pcientitic di-cover-eries,
msntifacttiriti!( aclilevemcnts miner
al spcinicns and urirtili ural products
e.cr exhibited. The ground devoted to
tlio exhibition are situated on the liae of
the 1'entiHvlvania Kailroad and embrace 450
acre of r'nirmomit l'ark, all highly im
proved and ornamented, on which are
creeled the lurfst buildings ever construc
ted -the of these covering an area of liny
lore and coving t.'i.iHiil.ooO. The total
number of buililinifi erected for tho pur
poses of the exhibition is near two hun
dred. Inirittir, the thirts ditrs Immedliitt ly
toPowini; Hip ope ntiiif or tlie exhibition a
million and a iua ter ol people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THE GREAT TRUNK LINE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is the iinw, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol reaching 1'liiludelphhi and this
great Kxhibition Irom all sections of the
country. Its trains too and Irom i'hihulel
phia w'ill puss tlirouilh a grand t'tnteniital
depot, which tho company h is erected at
the main entntneo to the Kxliibitlon
irrouniN for the accoinmodutlon ol paesen
Ker who wi It to Mop at or start Irom the
liiuuerous liu'ue hotels contiguous to this
station anc the Kx.liiliitlon a convenience
ot the greatest value to visitors, aud afford
ed exclusively by the Pennsylvrnia Kail
und, which is trie only lino running direct
o the Centennial buildings. Excursion
rains will a No stop at the Kiicampmentof
he Patrons ofiltisbaudry, at Kim Station
on this road.
The petinsvlvania Kailroad is the grand
est railway organization in the world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to riiiiailelplim.
New York. ISaltlmore. ana vaelnnglon, over
which luxurious day and night cars are
run from Chicago, hi. i.ouis, Louisville, Cin
cinnati, Iudinnspolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Krie withous change.
its main line is laid wlte double and third
tracks ot heavy steel rails upon a deep bei
of broken stone tuiiasr, ana us nrtugus are
all of iron or stone, its passenger trains
are equipped wilij every knoAn improve
ment lor couitoit and ssb ty.sndare run at
faster speed for greater (tistances then the
trains of any line on the continent. The
company nas largely increased its equip
ment lor 'Jedtenniul travel, and will be pre
pared to build in its own shops, at snort
notice suiUeicnt to fully accommodate any
any extra demand. The unequalled re
sources at the command of the company
ot the company t'liaranteo the most perfect
accommodations for all its patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The magnificent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Kailroad is so iustly celebra
ted ureseute to the traveler over Its perlect
roadwav an ever-changitu' panorama ot
river mountain and landscape views line-
milled In America.
The euting stations on this line are uu-
surpassed. Meais wu: tie iiirni.sueo at suit
able hours and ample time allowed tor rn
Excursion tickets, ut reduced rates, will
be sold at all the principul railroad ticket
offices iu the West, Northwest and South
west. He sure that your tickets read via the
Great Pennsylvania route to the Centen
nial. FHANK THOMSON, D. M. HOYD. Ir..
Uen. Manager. (ien. Pasg'r Atf
oTifained in the culled
h lutes, Cauada, and i.u
roie ; terms as low as
those of any other relia
ble house . Correspon
dence iiivted in Die Eng
lish and foreign anguages. witn inventors, At
torneys at Law, ami other Soliciitors, esueciall
w th those who have had their cases rejected in
the hands ol other attorneys. In reiee.ted cases
our fees are reasonable, and no charge U made
unless we lire succesklul.
w . If you want a pt-
I 1. ent.send use model
examination at the patent office, and II we thins
it iHitenlahle, will send you mers and ailvice,
ami prosecute your cae. crur lee win ie in or
dinui y canes, -".
II Orul or written in mutters
srelt. Ex-Commlssloner ofrutents.
('leveland. Ohio U. II. Kelley, Ks., Sec'y
National tirange. Louisville, Ky i Coiiuiuxlur
Uan'l Ammeu, U. 8. ti., WanhliiKtun. 1). C.
tfsenilMiiiiip for our "i,uiae lor obtain-
iK ratents,' 1 a book ot AO wj.'en .
Address : l.oula Bagger (V Co.,
tors of Patents, Washington, 11. C
The Grand Pacific Hotel,
One of tho Safest and Most Fleas
ant Hotels in America.
Having all the ditl'eient Suli-giniriU Aaainst
I lie, liutki'a it priti lliully llrt iroo. Has re
ceiitly uinlergoie ekltiisive iimuoveiiieuls- u
Isiye uinount ol' U W lurniluie ailded. uisking
it one ol the moKt eleKantly furnished holela in
the country and the entire building redeco
rated in a style, Unit for bruuty ofdeaiKH, sur
passes au thina ol the kind in the oil.
The veiililutiiin of the holel is perfect, hsvinar
every moderu iiiiiirovenieul.
Cost of Hotel, $1,500,000.
Cost of Furniture, $400,000.
cciile as rnllro Niiiars, IimvIhkh
IroulHurol l.o.-io Ire I.
Viiiulier of rooms, iiO-'j suits of rooms, with
balhs colincctinu;, Jsnj nv of puiiors, luox tu
leel; ei.e of iiiaud dinniiiK-rooiu, l3"i. aie
ol ludieu' piuliienade, Ifx l") ua of ulllie,
1 7 -a III.
Pi ii"e of
t'oiinis. u ilh Uiaril, il.oo. a.l. l. ai ".
ti. und t '.oo is r Imy, ucconl-
II. K to ItM'slC'u.
The table and service unsurpassed, lieiug the
sunie lo all. s
A KI'.UI't'TIOM will lie made from the
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It believes the Ksdical tyranny t
(or several years oppressed the South
should be overthrown and the people cl the
Southern States permitted to control then
It believes that railroad corporattcn
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menu from extorting and unjustly desert ru
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It recognizes the equality o he-
lore the law.
It advocates free coumerte tariff for
it advocates resumption ot specie l ay
ment, and honest payment ot the public
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tion ol public aflatrs
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