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CTBUS S. OBERLT, Editor.
NATIONAL OEUOCRATIC TICKET
; BAJaTJaX 3. TILDE J,
cf Xcw VtA .
" Fer Vtca-Presljent,
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS.
Wm. J. ALLKN, of J. on runt .
Wb T COOLBTJAOH. of t ook county
KX DI-TRK TU,
1st Dla't-Thomaa Hoyne.
xd 8 S. Hayes,
:d " Arno Vom.
Uh " -Tho. B Ooultor,
Hh " -W.O. Oreen,
tth " -Jmi B Eckel,
7th ' ' -Oeo. B. Martin,
Hit " -O. W. Bullock.
th " -L. W. Jamee,
loth " J. W. Davidson,
Uth " -W. E. Swing-.
12Ui -Chsj-lss A Keyts.
IStA " -O. A. Roberts,
14th -O. B. Flcklin. -
13th " --B. W.Biahap.
lath " J. J. Phillips,
Kta O. A. Walker,
lata " J. P. Johnson.
1-th " -J.M. Crebs.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
of KtaJall county.
ABCHIBALD A. OLEHX,
of Brown county,
I' or Secretary of Slate,
8. T. THORHTON,
of Cook county.
For Btatt Trcaaurcr,
of CYtntoa cosnty.
For Attorney General,
of Logas county.
of Randolph county.
For Meaner State Hoard of Lqualiraiion.
OLIVXB P. HILL,
of I'aioa county.
Se atorial District Ticket
For Stat Senator fiftieth Iiiatrict,
of Union county.
I in tUpmeatatiTc in the Leiiaiurt r lit-etli
rEAVK M. AOHEW.
of Jackson county.
JOHM K. OBXBLY,
of AleaasJcr cousty.
While mut'h mar be accomplished by
that methods, it tuiBbt encourage delush e
lplAUoB II I withhold here the exptes
slon of my conviction, that no reform of the
civil sertlie la this country will le com
plate and permanent uutll it chief waiie-
taatw la vaatitattonal)y dlatjualilioil Jul re
election; experience bating repistedly
exposed the futility of elf-impoed restrlo
lion by candidate or Incumbents.
Through thli solemnity only can he be ef
fectually delivered from hi greatti-t tempta
tion to m'.miM the poster and patronage
with wblcU the Executive i necessarily
charged. From Samuel Tilden's letter
The nobler motive of humanity concur
with the materia! Interests of all io requir
ing that every obstacle be removed to a
complete and durable reconciliation be
tween kindred population om.e uunatur
ally e.tranged.on tne basis rbcognized by
the St. LouW pint form, of the "constitution
of the United States, with it amendment
universally accepted as a final settlement
of the controversies whit h engendered civil
war." But, in aid of a result so benefit lent,
tbe moral inllueuca ol every good citizen, as
well a every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their just e'juality before the law, but like
wle to establish a tor Jlai fraternity and
good will among citizen, whatever there
racs or color, who are now united In the
one destiny of 'common self-government.
Jf the duty shall be aaalgned to me, I Khould
not fail to exercise the power with which
the laws and the constitution of our coun
try clothe iu chief magistrate, to protect all
its citizen, whatever their former condi
tlon, in every political and personal right.
From Samuel J. TilJen' letter of accep
tance. We denounce the Resumption chusr
f the act of 1875, and tee here de
mand its repeal. Xatianal fit mora tic
See tchen the fruit of industry art
gathered for 0 use of the toilers, that
they art not wasted by the profligacy
fraud or peculation of your public
vgenH. Gov. Tilden.
Shkkvkpokt, La., has ruiarantlncd
SJalast New Orleans.
Charles K. Fowlkr, uiahajjinjf, agent
of the Savannah, theater, died with the
yellow lever on the 28th lost.
The Northfteld robber, wounded in the
jaw. and who has niu-i r,.r T..t.
James, baa been Identified as Calvin Car-
In four stales the Ixmocrnt have
jraloed over lOO.OUO nonuiu r..... ...
W W ' VyVS VVii J
600,000, and aocured a uala of 10 electoral
vuvri out oi vs.
The annual meeting ol the Grand
Lodge, and Grand Encampment of Odd
fellows, ol Illinois. wUl be held iu Jack
OUTUle, October 10th.
T Chicago TribmH, a leading llo
publican paper, aayt: "By IU ,W,.y
0 hit W Kant, Oovcv nor Uayu hat bet
faUtfyi tki record and rtturnima
seW oJU riiieuloutty beloui tkt lotua-
um 0 (in personal en tatabte jnoperty,
work or tnr. ali i oc.
The American Alliance has done its
work for Hayes anions the foreign horn
clllzens ol the United States. In his at
tempts to regenerate the precepts of the
defunct Know Nothing party, through
the Alliance, he has arrayed against him
self atid Ihj administration clique he re
present, neat ly all foreigners w ho came
to our shores to seek citizetifhip unKr
the flag they hud Ix-en taught to Ix-lleve
fostered beneath if tol.ls the broad ntul
humane principle? ot republican gov
ernment. jrman. Fremli. UkU. llaliin in
fart all Ibe nnUonaltifs tlint b.ivn -i-tfl
in swelling th' population of the repulOit.
ami given t H inm h of it- military
etrength and roinmerclnl and intlttstrlul
iniportanct have ck-clawd against a man
who would take from them the liberties
they now enjoy, and forever destroy their
rights of citlzenoltii).
Republicans are fully aware that the
fatal blow wa? struck when Haycx con
nection with the Alliance became known
as a tlxetl fact. They instantly felt the
forec of it In Indiana and Ohio, where it
still continues to Inflame and anger the
(iermuns to such an extent that they are
open and enthusiastic in their ?upiort of
Tililcn ; and it I now believed iu Demo
cratic circles that the German vote will go
almost as a unit against the Republican
The foreigner argues truthfully, that
the American Alliance, the principles of
w lilch would deprive him of citizenship,
w ould al.o destroy the bond of humanity
and sympathy now existing among rich
and poor in our country, and be the
means of forming ties of race and caste,
originating a source of civil diconl and
armed revolution in future days. They
know that their vote alone can avert the
threatened calamity, and we now w itnesa
the spectacle ot thousands ol men from
the Fathcrlanl leaving the banner that
threatens their liberties and arraying
themselves around the Democratic stan
dard, the motto of which is Citizen
ship to all men."
STBKSUTH or THE TICKET.
No Democrat can deny that the ticket
embracing the names ol Hileman of Un
ion, Agnewof Jackson, and Oberly of Al
exander, nominated In the Democratic
convention ol the 1Mb int., is strong in
tbe Fiftieth senatorial district. It is bo
strong that even though Mcrs. Towues
and Albright remain in the Held, it will
carry with it a majority over all coru
!cUtors, whether Republican, or Demo
crat who were distasteful to the Demo
cratic majority of the district.
Reliable Democratic authority aescrU
that Judge Hileman w ill carry Union by
2.000 majority, and Jackson by 400. It
U then tlie plain duty of all good Demo
crats who desire reform, and men of a
high standard of honesty, to give their
support to a ticket that certainly ban the
unbounded confidence of the bone and
ainew ol the Democratic party iu three
Thoc w ho fear a Republican victory
must guard against such a calamity by
lending tlieir influence to the new ticket
on account of its strength, it ligitimacy,
and for the reason that it contains
the elecucnu that accord with thtt
principles of reform and pure govern
ment enunciated In the national lvuio
crailc platform principle upon w hit h
the Iemorratic party is now waging Its
battle In the interest of the people of
the United States.
That Alexander county will give to the
true Democratic tiekct a splendid major
ity, we have not the slightest doubt.
Combined with the very large majority
of Union, and the majority of Jackon,
the new ticket will carry the day in defi
ance of factloniitU and In the face of the
united Republican party of this senatorial
IT TALK ion llkLI F.
The annexed U a rpecimeu of come of
the numerous letter that are daily re
ceived in Cairo from Ohio and Indiana.
It speaks lor ilell. and indioates that the
Germans have t eased to rally around the
Hag at the bidding of Sc hur and other
paid leaders :
ZAN-EaVILLH.Ohio, Sept., 20, IsTC.
Deak Fkie.vd: Vou can snlt ly t on
Ohio this tall. At least three hundred
German w ho have heretofore voted the
Radical ticket, have flopped over for Un
cle Sam In thU city. 1'roininetit Repub-
ucaua uere coiiceue old Muskingum to us
uy a majority ol lake all the
bets you can on the October election, and
1 assure vou. von m-lll u in ,.r
Missouri, spoke here laat night oue of
the best speeches ol the season. C.
CASI'T TELL THE TRITII.
The New York rretlitora .r tlm l.,.t-.
rupt city of Memphis have called upon
the mavor of that Hlv in rntt.n Ir,
order that some terms of settlement may
be ar reed u oon. Arul th ( r.r Uu,.
phis is now, and for some time has been.
utiucr me oouiroi oi iieiormers. yainey
As usual they can't tell the truth.
Before the election ol her present
mayor, Memphis was governed by
John league, one of tbe most prominent
republicans. He was elected on the peo-
pie'a ticket, but received the united Re
publican vote of the city.
We w ish to notify a certain bully that
he cannot practice Intimidation on us.
lie may use vulgar language, which all
gentlemen construe as bad argument and
a weapon that U very handy and harm-
We propose, to take care ol ourselves,
and are prepared for any emergency
eiuier in this state or any olher if ap
proached in the proper manner.
THfc KASTEbsS WAR
The Servians attacked Uu- Tni-v-aTi.......
day morning and drove theta beyond
Teadiltzo. Scveu TurkUh caUsona were
exploded by the Servians, killing many
of the enemy. The battle lasted until
eight o'clock at night, and was resumed
on Friday morning, 'i he Turks claim a
Tktory, haviug retrieved their losses iu
It U asserted by the most reliable i....r
nals of the North tbat nine-tenths 01 the
Germans In the city and State of New
York will co-operate with tin Democracy
at the approaching election. 80 rapid
and large has teea the change that Re
publican managers of that state have
abandoned the German Held, knowing
that work in that quarter will be wasted.
While the cheering news conies from
New York, news of the same character is
heralded from Ohio and Indiana. The
Germans have n iu search of a method
of honctt government, hunting fur it
with the same avidity that the learned
tloctorol the "Indian Cottage" searched
tor truth. They fuutnl it embodied in
Tilden ami Reform, and with one accord
hailed it as the spring w hence ihe refresh
ing wateis ol peace, littcrty and prosper
ity ran lor the lcnetlt of all the pet. pic of
T.-.L Vieksburg lloaU: "It begins
to look as though Gen. Wade Hampton
w ould carry South Carolina. The nomi
nation of that great fraud ChanJx rluin
divides the Republican vote in that state,
and outraging white females, wrecking
railroad trains, tearing up the track,
threatening to runnier the w hite ieople,
ami the mob spirit rampant among the
South Caroliua Republican negroes. It is
conceded by leading Radicals at Wash
lngton, virtually hands the state over to
the Democrats. A Washington telegram
states that 'hundreds of Republicans will
vote for Hampton for Governor, or not
vote at all. In order that Chamberlain
may bo defeated. The prospoct of re
deeming the state from the ring robber
was never better.' "
Tiik Padueah Xrwi : "A gentleman
now in this city, w ho has .spent several
months in the North, reports most favor
ably ol tne Democratic prospects in Ohio.
He says that Cleveland alone, w ith her
immense German element, will overcome
Hayes' majority of the w hole atate last
year; that the Intelligent and educated
Germans arc almost a unit for Tilden and
Hendricks. The foreigners are stirred up
on the question of Hayes' membership In
the Alliance, a uew fangled Know Noth
ing, dark lantern off-shoot of the old ex
ploded concern, that the Democrats
squelched years ago. Foreigners cannot
safely vote for a candidate who pro
scribes them and their children in a
free land like our."
The Northtield robbers $aid they
visited Minnesota on a pleasure trip, and
only attempted the robbery of the
Northfleld bank (or the purpose of steal
ing money belonging to ex-Governor
mes. ol Mississippi, whom they owed
an old grudge, vtuat was that old
grudge? Ferhaps we can tell. A few
years ago a band of robbers, and believed
to have been these fellows, robbed tlie
Corinth. Miss., bank, resorting to pre
cisely the same tactics. They were
closely pursued by mounted men, and
only escaped by crossing into Arkansas.
If we recollect aright Governor Ames
offered a large reward for them. We be
lieve this to be tlie grudge."
We are glad to see that tlie iK-iuocnttx
of the Third district of St. Iois nomi
nated our old Tennettsee friend. J. A.
DacuH, lor representative at large. He
is one ol the editorial corps of tin- lie
publican, and as a versatile wilier ha
but few equal in this country. In for
mer years Mr. Dacua was connected with
When Rob lngerll went to Maine,
the Portland Argut pi.t printed a broad
side supplement in Urge typ.-t w ith s-oioe
of the coarsest and most bli-phenious
paragraphs from his virion lectures and
essays on theology, and never attached
even a word of comment, but spread
them throughout the State.
Is four states, Vermont, Maine, Ai kan
sas and Alabama, all of which voted for
Grant, the Republicans lose I20,uuu votes,
or nearly one-quarter of the entire vote of
Ixjth pai ties.
TlIK 'arbondale le,,urat : " We r.in
cerely hope that Hon. John II. Oberly
will Immediately accept tlie nomination
tendered hiiu by the Join sboro conven
While io Cairo last Friday night we met
and made tbe acquaintance of Cy Oberly,
the new editor of the Bulletin. y above
a sprightly Faber, Is a good conversation,
aliat and impree one favorbly with hi
buslne capacity. Our judgment I tbat
the Uullctlu will not deteriorate under his
sn e 1
We Raid the government officials and
their immediate adherents those con
nected to them by the ties of blood and
Interest, together with their personal
friends and moneytlzed subjects are, in
tho present olitical contest, arrayed
against the masses of the various profes
sions and industries throughout the entire
country; and we may here add that the
former, as a rule, not only ceased to be
useful as public servants more tlian seven
years ago, but iu almost every trust com
mitted to tliein have proved recreant, and
in many instances have flagrantly and
criminally misused and abused them.
They seemed to liave torgolten or Ig
nored that they were but the servants of
the people, and 1 11 their selfish and cor
rupt schemes for personal agraudie
ment and continued oftlueholding they
a. -a a,
nave wrougni tnemseives into a
ty ran leal and unscrupulous corps,
whose machinery is centralization and
whose aims are the M-oils of tlie
country. Witness tbe unsparing
hand with which they have purloined
the revenue. Heboid the millions they
have likhod from the treasury by enor
mous appropriations lor purposes of
salaries, public buildings, iutcrnal Im
provements, and unemployed clerical
forces (except for corrupt purposes);
added to which is tlieir reiterated cry of
teform, retrenchment and faithful ser
vice the emptiness of which transcends
If popslble the lark of virtue which Is
found In such npo'iles as Oliver V. Mor
ton and Simon aim n-n and the hosts of
greater or lesser links which are bound
together by the mutual hope ol rule and
plunder Instead ol service ami honor.
Hear readers, deem us not loo severe.
We could with truth substantiate more
than wo have charged these masters
with. lint In s-pite of their strength and
wealth of pill, the best delegation
of representative nhitli are fresh
from the people, did something
more last -c-moii of f'on
gres than join in the empty cry if
"reform, n tienclnnciit mid faithful ser
vice they stii'ces-liilly fought Koine of
their reformatory measures through, and
saved to their constituents the cople
a moiety of f Ji),t,i.0tl w hich the corrupt
managers and inctnlx r had onnigncd
in their inititls to the wide-gaping pock
ets of their mutual trie nds : It is 11 well
established fact that for years the salaries
ot nearly all the federal otllccrs have
grown larger and larger, nnd that osten
sibly for tho couiK iiation for the oner
ous, duties of olllce, but In reality to fur
nish an assessment margin for the crea
tion of tl Republican earrujition fund, to Itc
assessml on the officers from the highest
to the lowest grade, and when collected
to ie applied by managers lor the cor
rupt purpose s of unlawful electioneering
and bribery, which has been the almost
universal custom of the "masters" for at
least eight years. Tlie chiel directors of
political affairs iu the Republican party
are not only guilty of the corrupt practi
ces ot money bribes, but to this hour
have exercised in addition, military ter
rorism wherttver 'they deemed
the ballot could be thus con
trolled to aid in the continu
ance ot their ollicial existence. False
hood, bribery and terrorism, tliey have
used, and are now using remorselessly
lor tbe purpose of deceiving, buying and
frightening the nulnlormed, the needy
and the weak into voting their continu
ance in ofllce. Witness the late "bayonet
order" of the masters, to place from
seven to eleven thousands regulars w ith
in the borders of Louisiana, Florida, Mis
sissippi and South Carolina. These arc
the states where the government tools,
great and small, have swarmed from the
beginning and where, too, in con.se
queucc, murders, ass-a-ssinations and riots
have been rite. In other southern states
where the government masters have not
intermeddled, there has been as small an
amount of those crimes as there has been
in the model New Englaud states. Bribery
and falsehood are aptly illustrated by
Gen. Kil Patrick's conlideutlal Utter to
the "negatively good and positively bad"
late income tax payer, R. Ii. Hayes,
Simou Cameron's candidate for the con
tinuance of Grautism. In that letter
he unblushingly announces to the im
maculate and easy-going negligent tar-
pay 'mg standard liearer that the only way
to carry Indiana for him required them
to tell untruths a.id inconsistent ones
at that to some of the coplc, and buy
others 1. f tliciti, who, like David's brig
lc, are in debt and out of favor w ith
their creditors. He pr.'po-cs to tell the
Iud:aniaiis that '-the war was a failure ;''
that the Sitith must be Ikmio-1 hand and
loot, and then utiin.lly whipcd. "Trust
the 1 tcinocraU vhcvv ! thu war is a Jail
ure."' 1 hi-, in the lace of the otl-repcati d
declarations to the contrary,! quite as
hard tu reconcile as Hayes' sworn state
ment concerning the amazing fluctua
tions of the annual values of hi "(htso
nal property;" but the fellow 1 o good
natured, Innocent, and an lcs-ly negli
gent when be goes to f wear, that we
must set it down to the "goodness," of
his heart. VKKiia?
Ilr alii or Ilrasloie HrnarK
It rout the Galveston ( l'exasj New,
General Uraxt'.n Bragg, well known
throughout the Union, is dead. AtGal-ve-ton,
this morning, Wednesday, Sept.,
27, Mr. L. E. Treevant overtook him,
Utweeu tho comer of Winnie and
Twenty-first Mrceta ami the po.-,t office,
Into with h building they went and came
out together. They were crossing
'1 wenty-flrst street for their ollices;
when attout half way across the stru t
Gen. Bragg tottered ajfaiiist Mr. Treze
vant. fell to the ground, ami never spoke
afterwards. 11 wa carried to Dr.
Goodali's ollice. half a square distant,
but gave no sign ol life alter he fell.
The supiKNtilion is that he died of an
allectlou ot tlie heart, as there were no
signs ol apoplexy. Ihe IkmIv and face
presented the appearance of one In tran
quill sleep. Gen. Braiftr was born In
Washington county. Georgia, in 115;
graduated at West l'oint in 1&7 ; ap
pointed as Lieutenant In the, l ulled
states army in 1&I7 ; served principally
in me t loriua war until im.i ; irom jn
to 143 was stationed at Fort Moultrie,
f 'harleston; in 1f45 was ordered to
Texas, just at the opening of the Mexi
can war; in iHld was made captain by
brevet, for gallant conduct in the defense
of Fort Brown, now Brownsville, Texas ;
in june was mane captain or artillery;
was present at the storming of Monte
rey, whuie he was brevetted -Major for
gallant conduct ; in 1H-17 was made Lieu
tenant Colonel by brevet, for gallant con
duct at the battle of Buena Vista, w here
he commanded a battery which did im
portant se rvice. From to ls55 he
was on frontier service at Jefferson Bar
racks, Fort Gibson and Washita. In
March, KVi, he was tendered the apitoint
ment of Major of cavalry, which he de
clined. In 1sjC ho resigned his com
mission in the army and retin-d to his
plantation In Thlbodaux, Iji. From isVJ
till ls;i he w as commissioner of public
works ot Louisiana. When the civil war
broke out he was apiointed Brigadier
General of the Confetleracy, and placed
in command at l'cnsacola. In 1S02 he
was made Major General and joined Ihe
army of the Mississippi. He participated
in the battle ol bhlloli and was promoted
to the rank ot major general iu place of
Gen. A. Sidney Johnson, who was killed.
On the evacuation of Shlloh he succeeded
Gen. Beauregard In command of the de-
Eartment. In August. laOi. ho entered
eutueky at the head of a strong force,
but retired after the battle of l'crry vllle,
carrying a large amount ot supplies and
many recruit irom Kentucky. At Stone
river he was checked by Rosecran, but
defeated hita at Chlckamauga. At Chat
tanooga he wa defeated by Grant, No
vember 'ii and '25, is;-J. Afterward he
was ordered to Richmoud. where he acted
a military advisor to President Davis,
with whom he was a favorite. In the
fall or he led a small column from
North Carolina to Georgia, to opperate
against Sherman on his famous march to
Since Ihe war Gen. Bragg has usually
been employed In the business el civil
engineering, ami at the lime of his death
was acting under an appointment cf the
governor, for the examination ol works
constructed under the laws granting sub
sidies of laud to railroads.
His wile, now in this city, Is left to
bear alone the burden of her great be
reavement, as they were childless. The
whole e ity was amazed and grieved at
the suddenness of hi-, death, and will
turn out almost en mase to do honor to
.'JPt Ism's t'ltMBfiel.
(New York Hrall )
The success which has attended the op
erations for the removal ol llallett's l'oint
reel under the direction ot Gen. New ton
associates his name mi intimately with
Ihe scene ol his labors that we gladly ac
cord to him the honor which the lame ed
his achievement must bring. Nmie men
have lor their monuments mouniatu
peaks that they only gazed at from a dis
tance; either are remembered as the tlis
ceiverer of livers ami bays which
they elid not explore-. Tike's 1'eak,
ltiUliifsb.ty, Bchring strait and Macken
zie river are inMaiice-d a examples
ed this custom of naming places ami eb
jects alter the individuals who first
brought them into notice. But w ith how
much propriety might we honor iu this
way the nu n who shape ami fashion, ex
cavate anil build for the benefit ef man
kind more than those who merely dis
covered the existence of wonderful places
nnd things! And alter all such a cus
tom would exercise a wholesome in tl 11
ence on the effort to attain suen-e-ss In
every undertaking dependent for its re
sult on individual intelligence' nnd skill.
n the one hand would le held out to the
aspirants for tame the honor of having
their names forever associated with gram!
successe-s, while on the other hand failure
through Inability to perform the task
would bo followed by the ridicule and
censure of all time to come. No man can
deny the feeling ot gratitication that till
him w hen his w ork is the theme of thou
sands of approving tongues. The un
measured praises ef his fellow men reay
him for the toils and anxietle-s that beset
him in Ids hours of trial. He has suc
ceeded, and that embraces everything.
General Newton has triumphed over
difficulties that would have defeated less
experienced engineers, and the measure
of his triumph must be in proportion to
that of the obstacles overcome. He de
serves therefore to enjoy the fame he
has so well won lor himsell and for
American enginee ring. So let us mark
Newton's Channel on our maps of the
Kast river for the future, and as the
general widens and deepens the watery
highway, winning at every blow a
broader and a firmer footing on the do
main of the rocks and reefs of Hell Gate,
then will the grim terrors of the famous
passage give way ami disapttear before
the steady growth of the commodious
New ton's Channel.
A blorittas Ticket.
Wa there ever before presenteil to the
people such a ticket as that which stands
so prominently at the head of our col
umns? Ixxjk at it! Read it over, and
you surely cannot fail to support it.
Hon. Samuel J. Tilden aud Hon. Thomas
A. Hendricks ; Lewis Steward and Arch
ibale A. Glenn; Thornton. Hise, Gun
lach, Lynch; Hon. Wm. Hart
zedl. and those two nobh sous
of old Union, Oliver I. Hill and Thomas
Hileman; and Agnew ed Jackson, and
Oberly of Alexander. Isn't this a glo
rious array of names t I oes not the
heart of every true Democrat warm to
ward It a he reail it eiver? Ooexl men
all. Honest men all. Who could w ish
to see a single name erased or blotted
from this roll ol fame r Certainly no one
Having at Heart tlie Ix-st Interests of
..... ... . ... ...
euncr me mate or nation. 11 IS a
ticket which appeals with e-eullar
lorce io every patriot. And who
can doubt Its entire success at the oeilU
in November? What, has it come to
fill, that mere petty jealousies are to lie
iermitted to outweigh all these uobh
aim, aspiration and purpose which
nave niineriu moved and animated the
heart of the Democracy r I'erlsh the
thought! Ne, the glorious edd banner
now noat in the breeze with a bright
gauxy en names enrolled upon It, and
palsied be the arm that w ould permit it
to be trailed in the dust.
iftftt ra :.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City national Baak Building, ap-stairs,
?hs Oldest EaUMUhod Aaeney in Bout
srn Illinois, representing ovnr
185 OOO OOO
PA I. IT AND OILS.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
sVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Always on hand, the celebrated illuminating
Corner Eleventh Btrsst and Waahln m
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Bstwssn WaabinsTtoa an4 Oosntaerolal
Avenue, adjolniaa- Haaay'a.
KEEPS for sale the best Beef. Perk. Muttoa
Veal, Lauub, Hauaage, Vo. . end U nrs
pivad u serve families in aa aooestable aia -ntr
City National Bank
W. P It AM. IDA y, Hresl'tent.
HENRY 1. II A LI. Ill A Y , it fit- si
a it MAt roitii, csahur.
W AI.tm IIY;tMl Ass I f sshlrr
. HTASTS TarttlB, It II. t:t'MMHAN.
II I.. lULLIIiST, W I'. Htl.l.lOAT,
U. Ii WiLLUMSiis. HiarntM liihn,
A . U, Strrnhii,
L'xohange, Coin and United Qtatea
Honda Nought and Bold.
DKI'OSIT rive1 eii.l s general ;i.anklti
r Itr.-as, I'lerMmt It WHIb, Caslite-r
Ntil. ite I'rr.'t. I. I hetlli, As.l asli'r
Comer Commercial Ave and 8th Streat
'. Rrnaa, ( iro. Win. Klutre, e airo.
t Sill, Cairo Win Wolfe, e sirti.
. Mirnuka, Cairo. U K liiUiiiKlry, t f.uls
. limler, tmro II. Wells, e.air.
K II. Mrinanian, M. Ijiiii,,
.1. Y. I Iviumin, e slt-tlnina
tiraieiAl Mnnklntf Heinlnrss Dane.
t9Esrhsnge sold and Ixmrlit Intrraot sll
D lit aviig lH-rtinenl. e tillmiuns ma-,
nd sll b'.stu ess iimnnitlv sttenll tu.
CHARTERED MARCH 81, I860
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A.M. SArrOKI, frrsidpnt.
S 8 TAYI.DK, V ic fn-aiilrnt.
W. HVSLOP, hee'vand Irrnaun-r.
P.W. luaxav, e,ug Ualiuhbb,
T, H. ("TiK arLETII, 1'aci.U. Hi nt'H,
It. II. tCSNIMOIIAM, II. L. HaLLIKAT.
J. ai. I'llILLirs.
INTEREST on drposits at tbe rale ol sit
per ornt iMrraunum, alart-h let and 8t-ui.
jr 1st. Intemit not withdrawn la l'nl iinm
liau-lr to the prnx ipaJ or the deposits, thereby
'iviug theu coniaMund iutereat.
Harried Women and Children may
jjepoBit money ana no one
else can draw it.
Olll fr IlliaillSkiariaw rVnatltka in n ss
ml MiturUy evniagi tot Niutgi ioiU only
W. HTSXOF. Tmsarsr.
r 1 A nfll A Asf Aameralri
I I 1-1 II II 1 1 lVej sP , a prima kmm
sanainnnnH n a im
taa uaman sad aaa-
-sa Baa SSI .... naosbUMfl a;ita(
flrE ftbassaaaJSTsM. ua ataM,
Setraly haaee II tbm aaarrtal t4au. Su aaof kau
and akldi a4 asaeM issd sa4 ai-rs a i
cuiaaiaa laluraaUwn. vakh swans aaa selitfl Si Sa amh.
ul i o S4- Mi w aarfi t
Hate Bul-4 ehSa iha
valv true Marrteee Oal4
r mail. Tba aalaa a
aii ua aav vf tWtubl..
aarmaaliy a. sa-
... a ta wis lau..,..,,- it
VtB mr tW A Tat W A nav
ItH liaSllsa-a-tiSaaaTlia-ralaii ad
trxMu Ufa iri hm aul Um itA.
wvuairi aiwttitl ktotw um
rtHsf1aisis. MsslTiatfr, its
fssl lU.ta ar u
..... . . Ssavasvj ay au-Ua, aMa Iu CMf
illtnJ of Di , uk huiiilrs'slt) of valuable rM-iM,
haj KaMlUl Ssiaarr r-4 ll..a-.l,..u.l.tl - .. si -
awn v-s4r bibmi Tr SU(Malsa. at t rosnpietsj
Adelrs-aja), itt fj, A (HalRR, t Hjfl MlUM tUtsi.
4M. lAHt4. Ms. kMHfh4 im laws'.
..T""'r JiKiniwiMw la Wiimiiu.iii Maxual and
C'Uxeuia DlaMaaablSutl, ira
iElfl . A "ayainlesuwi Viaw ul Siarriae
jr' S,Jk X f Ui i,f iJ a.l ihw anbuuu.1
vlW iitajr.a-. ou 0.i.iyrtf,r rviMMlw-l-a
au4 li.a ama lulmijaioi tuutii,
li.auhuol aud von.asboud AS HWrauj ul Si j..!
I r au iaadd(, a Im b .wuI Im Atvt awlr UnV aui
r K-utui-krarai fraurta.
A ru I V A MCUlCAi TBK ATI8C oa al 4iMM
or a hrivava Nature iu tutii a-iaa, lu ,Um a-a a..
i 'Kr.otu.r.uai ,,,, and ihe uatrf .. uu uaaie
I. tt. ritrairir,, mtiI u ul. r aal tor 23 its.
UEVWAL ADVIOa ua aesual aul Chiwilf laaaaata,
a-aaal eB in CaUrrk. turn, Kuutur., II.. iiuiiua
II .hu, M . '(, wu,k arae muter aul lur Mi , All
three bseaai uata,a.i. 4eOia-asafle.ml,ia auita
luovlux uu tlisauujwl, auut acourol aal4 oa rs-
L' " ?. M . '"'- Or.BsMs' Oiapsmary,
Wu 12 N. Sth tt.. St. Louis. Mo. tla.SJa im.. .
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KV.,
A ravulartv adiacaUyl at.4 Ufallf jtliBed ibji,la ftbd lAj
aaWH aHsVOsMalMl, M hat) IBsfiaWtJ f U. .V
Sparsaatorrhaa and Impotsncjr,
a. u.e rMull uf Mir aSiMa la r-wia. t-il i ia um
t"' ta'i ar vihmt ua a-4 ,imIu tne fr i . I 11.. uA
k.iae H1...I. kwiuwiw.1, Hiiuiu i kuiu.i,i lalblatula.
.. t.) aiMtu.i. iiiaiaM atavbl. li.fMU.r Urmurr tuw-M-aiti-ay
fioifU.wa r-r, a. ..muu i.. U4-W17 br iMa-iv.
t-ufau. f ua, Im. -r .... 1 ruw, (,. , ttii
UtrtM-uawl-ir -r ,Uxfj , Mm IWmu, aad kiar
J.-OU, . SYPHILIS -"' e-
OLEET. Hu-KWr., nr. Mil.. H." J "jSSft
rll. ai.4 wilier priv.ia SIMaw. qui. Ely eurwl.
U b Mif-.u.a u-i a L, 4cl.a Uu , v-.l.l atuall.
tn a e.nla ta. uf auS Iratiue iu,uuHi -ui,-.
allji, ar.iraaarwt .tut. ft jurl.a. tuoah.e im. lutcJhi
ra.aa.Bra4 rii u. air Vt uM It U lurua.n.wul la
ll.il uw cuf br VMtaMul, seal, la, eaa U Mat brl.airlr
aaa wlali b aullar eia auabera.
1 ou.g.unou. r.a.Nr n b. latter rra .od lorltM.
Ckaim naaaaabia as4 eerrrapaaaraee aMcilj eaeeAaauel.
an paaa, SMI w mi. j aaarwa. Mrarelr a.al-4, tut tkartr
aii eeaM. Itaaaia mm r 4 be all. AAeraM aa ahava.
CiBaa Mr hue A. M. leal F. M. Sauaaa, la A f.
fly onb r Of the CotintT Coiunilsaionera of AI
exatuler count, there will b offerl for sale, a
public attstioo, at 'J ltubes, on the auth day of
Hfpt., l;tl. at 11 o'clock, a.m., the old i flJr
lluute, includitia the Krounds on which it Issitut
sted, deaignsted and kuowa aa the Public
iuare. Terms or ths ssis : e sn or county
indebtedness. Ii. W. hAMMONS, Co. Cstn'r.
Iairo, Kept. Is, I STB.
a ! 1 ia
r ;, lllisisiU.
tnsneNd by the
State of Illinois
for the exuress
purpose of giving
a su vases or private, rbronlc, and urinary di
seases in all their complicated forms. It is well
known tkat Or. Jaiues has stood at ths head ol
ths profession for lbs vsl years. Asa and
experieoi are all-important. Isoaslaaa W safc.
"tea, niarhl loasss by dreams, pituplus an ths
faoe. lost manhood, can positively us cursed
I -aills wautiUK lbs most dsliuaU attention, call
or writs, rieataant boms for paticnU. A book
for the million. Marr intra (juids, which tails
you all about these lisiettrs irhir should marry
wtiT notlti iwnta 1.1 ..aa itfliora. Ilr. J-in.4
1 1 - - - iii.i.wuiaia rviir.
has at) rooms and parlor. You see noons but
ins uoctor clitics hours, u a m. to 7 p.m. sun
m hours, a m. to T p.m. bun
All busiaest strictly csnfldra
uars, to to it
Iba SsaHa. au4 euaaslaalos. sa4
tnatisaai H ratSj hs M aa4
a Iu Iha wur'.e. rSu. aaaaasa
iiaf sa aunaulua
ru an i ii in S
lura ais4 cur. I rraUauo a. I twsMr. hiJ.'y f a t.ltviDitjff
sjjriop-uMii aisu usianiiurart ; i tm UsAwuiy
(OFFICE 08 F.UIL021)
(Until yea have teen and tried our new)
(A8 WE GUARANTEE FOR IT)
(Peticct cca5iL"tici ol rul ul Gasa,)
licit or io soct or CltJer.)
( rirst-Latt Iran wm tstm catrol el lot rut,)
(CIVIVC A TCRT STROXO
AUD IMF0RM HEAT.)
And tliesoTtttrnetlcnofthe Htore Is so simple that
tlie (aires which sr sipoaed to InU-its Int can
s easily snd gub kle repiared mX a aaaaJI coal i,y
furs conSileuf Uist ths HEAWI.IUHT Is
umfsbosi inincneocea iM-reon. we nr
(L'ueuaUs4 In the special poluls oj)
(Great Heating Capacity,)
(Economy in Price.)
Tor Trice Lists address
mm ttw-CTiw coitn
612, 614, 616 k 618 K. Mill Street;
ST. LOUIS. MO.
O. W. HENDERSON.
Vrt-wwl A -ali-iii Aw
WHOLESALE AND HETA1L
IN THE CITV.
Goods Hold Vory Ciuse.
Uorosr IBth Ut. and Oommsrtilal A
C. O PATIER & CO
lllaeasra. like rivers, ai-ituir In. m aumll
rauaeat. 'I n niiaruiK river may tu.t ) ensily ill
verted from Ua course, imr the neaeUs trd itlarasc
from ita iWalitictive woik. Takeu iu time, dis
ssas, Whli h ia merely an Interrupted luiirtios,
luay laerte. by the ilea t.i Nature'a ieinely,
Tarrant' eltisr Aperent
It rrablut-s ths n.e,nal proirties of the l-at
nliicrsl water, in tLs woi lit
auLU is Y AIX MM e.i.isis.
A FARM AND HOME
or YOUR OWN.
Now is tho Timo to Securo It
The best anil cheapest lsmls In liiarae-t are in
Kaatsrn Nehissks, ou the lined' the I niou I'a-i-irii:
ratlroail. 'I he nmrt lavurall lertua, very
low rate or fare and freighl to sll tu-lliera. 1 he
beat markeut. t resj paosi-s t ' laud htiycia
alups, ileacrliitivc tiainphh ts. new silililum of
Mis 'rloneer ant r res; everywhere Address,
l. K. liAVIS, l.aii.l'oiuiiilaeiiiir.
I . J', ft. It., eitiisha, Veil.
CC h 77a week to sKnts. Sample ftee.
JO J C t. t) Vie KKKY. Aitifuata, Slain.
"elvhrated for Its Pctrltr, trsaatltsnd Flavor
Warranted !. kaan 1-lrklnL Wa ejaaranlM, IS I.
iMteulirely fre from Sulphuric Actlorothrdeltfrt
Miasolisunce. with which Afoar I ib.aar l.adultrratnj
For sale tr all Orueera. Lsrsrat Vlnnrsr Works is t lie
fV orhL Aiu. lata. K. L flill SSIHtJ CO, Cuicacu
Kitra t inemiicl Cards, with name. In m.
post iiaid. It. Jo as A Co., Naau, N . i
J - J I a mm
hatb tox7 tried
For use In Summer and Winter.
Hakes clothes clean, sweet and rery whiu
WITIIOfT IIOILI.NU or m:ai.iu.su.
No Hough Hands I
Wo Yellow Clothes !
No Wash Boiler!
No Bteara in the House !
Guaranteed umler AVI iieiiait uit a in
jur etoihes, and superior lor 't oilet aud Shav-
fxilJ at Stores, or family packsae will be
sent, ei press charge urviiaiil, on rmwipl ot out
dollar and titty vents. Cms raliabls dealer
wanisq at every prominent iioint as sxenl, wilb
w hom a liberal arrangeaueul will he mailt-.
F. H. IIDDALL,
auirti--aw2m l Market Kt.. MiiU.
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE.
FOB YOUKQ WOMEK.
llirlna lis JtSth ... Q.... i i.i. I-
p , ""r1' ium- rurutir
Huuiucia n, aiBKuinceut buildiu)s, gener
ous tabs. Th.rnn..h I?. VT...H 1
feolence, Classics, aud Modern LauKuakrei
Lusurpaased advaotajces for luustu and art
Ad.lraa Ik. ! .i . .1 .... . . .-
" . i loaiusui, ivev. uavia 11
Moors , o.u., Clocinnati. O. 7-8-d w-t