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CYBUS S. ODERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
I or rrwMwit,
SAMUEL. T. TILDEN,
of New Vwfc.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
Wm. J. ALLEN, of Jarkton e-iunly.
Wm F. COOLBTJAOH, county.
iet Dla't-Thomaa Horn.
d S. S. Hayea.
:id Amo Voea,
th " -Thoa. B. Coulter,
: th " W.C. Green,
th " -Jaxnea B. Eckele.
Tth " -00. B. Martin,
Mh " -C. W. Bollock.
lh -L. W.Jimtii
nth " J. W. Dawideon.
Uth " W. E. Ewinir.
U'th " Char lea A Key,
nth " Ot A. Roberta, -
nth " O. B. yioklin,
i:.th " B,. N. Biahop,
ith J. J. Phillip.
Kth ' - C. A- Walker.
Ifth " J. P. Johueon.
!-th " -J.M. Crebe.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
of Kendall county.
ARCHIBALD A. OLENN,
of Brown county.
Kor Secretary of State,
S. Y. THORNTON,
of Cook county.
Kor State Treaturer,
of Clinton county.
For Attorney General,
of Logan county.
Congressional District Ticket
WILLIAM H ART Z ELL.
of Randolph county.
Kor Member State Beard of Kqua'.iraiion,
OLIVER P. HILL,
of I'nion county.
Se atorial District Ticket.
For State Senator fiftieth Iiriet,
. THOMAS HILEMAN,
of Union county.
r or Representatives in the I-eeii!lure Fiftieth
FRANK M" AONEW.
of Jackson county.
. JOHN H. OBERLY,
of Alexander county.
W hile luueh may be accomplished by
these metbotlx, it might encourage delusive
"pTele and permanent until its cliicl nm?i
trnte is constitutionally disqualified for re
election; experience having repeatedly
exposed toe futility of eelf-imposed rcHtric
lions by candidates cr incumbents.
Through this solemnity only can he he ct
fectually delivered (rora his greatt tempi
lion xo nvsuse ttie power and pitronage
wliu wbic"i the Kxecutive m necesi-irrily
charged. From Samuel .1. Tiiden't letter
Ttie uoller motives of ljuuianity concur
with tfce raiterial intereHs of ail in reuir-
u.v tin; uunji. e oo removed to a
complete an1 durable reconciliation be
tween kinlrd pcnation once ubnatur
aiiy ttrae4,0B tile b-; reeogn:z.l by
tL -t. LuU piatfonn, of the -eon-titution
of IS. Ut.u-l suie, ti:h it, amecdmetu
i.er.;. wttitti nal tt:niect
f U, Mtnur. Lich eti-ea lered civil
a - J i a rTi.'t beneficient,
n,:; L ,i itt -A etrj gv4 ciU2n, M
i a tir cvierc.tte&tal af aoritT,
! L to. to tiicu.'a
. w. vi.ty bf '.it lit Ut, but Lke
v. a r,rl: f-auralty aj.1
r4 --. K&vsc 'iiitr'Tiere
rt-jtie, x.i.-jt u tie
w ay tf a t'sta-.a .r-?',-.rsitL
ff tiA 4'-ir riJ i v, ut i t'U,(. i
ti'A tX a exTv. '-14 y.m.t, nrji wii
try ' tlf lustra, t KVUt a-
:u cs, tauter tt:r t.ru,tr cbL
ta, la ettry rx..t a: kt i r,tror, ri,t
.wrva -axiat. J. li.nu wlur cf at
tf.. Vt lfn,onr. the Ilnumji'.ijii cliuu
th arte, Yt'j, and v.. here de
""d it r'jMi..VtIOMl JUmoratic
Sr. when the fruiu of luduttry are
9'i'h'rei f.jr 0 uw of the toiler, that
they are not tcatted Ly the profligacy
fraud or peculation of your pullic
ayuti. Uov. Tilden.
1 hk Jonesboro Oauttt : "The names
of llilernan, Agnew and Oberly are a
tower of strength, and the jn-ojile the
umiwbi iiiuKi iu rauy to ttieir feup-
port aj one man."
i.t urookiyn, a. l., a Haves and
Wheeler club numbering one hundred
and cinety-slx member niarclied from
their ball, and in a body joined the Tilden
and Hendricks club. They were received
with cheers. Three other Hayes and
Wheeler clubs will follow their example.
The Jonetboro Gazette says of Judge
Ililetuan, who w hen elected to the kUte
enata will not usit Republican John
, Logan back to the United State sen
ate : "If tweuty years iint In the pub
lie service, in the discharge of the most
delicate, yet arduous duties, without
even so much as i suspicion having ever
attached to bis name is not a sufficient
jruarantee of honesty and integrity of
character, we should iike to know what
Miter evidence eouhj be demanded. It is
with a record like this that Judge Hih
naaa coiues before the people, asking
llM-ir t uffi ages for the oflice of slate sen-
THE CAIRO Hr-KI.I A.
The Democracy of Cairo have atloptoJ
resolutions dcno.incinjr, with Bormlngly
jrrvat Indignation, an "a campaign lie.
i,..i.inn,nt nf a mrreMiotldent 01 Hie
St, Louis Ul,be-lmrat, to ttie effect
that certain persons appeared in tlic Mi
kltix umlorm. In iKmocratic proces-!
lon In that eitr. lw nilils ngo. cU
a tory n thi rcgHrrtinjr r Republican
iroceion would le so absurd, that It
would find no believers, but would be
treated with ridicule. On tlie other
hand, when relerred to as a Democratic
procefMon, it seems so probable as to Ik?
readily accepted as true; yet the airo
Democrats protess to rejrard It as a
slander. lnqfsti"nably, trtry Lu-klux
proeti..n that ha violated the taw awl
vutraqtd human right van made up of
Dam-craft men who, if they hare eieaped
the ptnnltg due to their crime, art support
ing Tilden and Hendrickt to-day ami
they would undoubtedly be indignant at
their Northern brethren, did they not re
member that this I for effect In the
North, and that when they meet tseether
on Southern soil they are one and the
same. State Journal.
Again we arc called upon to denounce
the infamous story Hint a ku-kiux o.iihi
paraded in Cairo under the management
of Democrats as a cross fabrication. The
young men who appeared In the Sweep
trV procession in tUe garb ot the humor
ous Mrdi Gras Mistie Krew are all
known in this city as exemplary youths
I.oncst and law abiding-. The costumes
,.r t!..r nio-hf. altbouifh fantastic and
J t U"" a
somen hat weird, are the property of
both Republicans and 1 emocrats the
Mistic Krew order iiavinir originated
through the activity ol a staunch I'.epub
. . ... . .. ,1.1.. ,
I can ana are laminar iu an
Every ku-Vlux is an acknowledge out
law. It is then the duty of the writer of
the infamous dispatch to apply the latt
order to the Cairo ku-klux, which al
though intended for the oppression ot
the southern people, is applicable to all
the states of the Union. The State Jour
nal is interested in this, and tor political
purposes would do well to look after that
which promises to be so fruitful to Its
We call partkultar attention to the
lines italicised in the State Journal arti
cle, and ask the "candid" editor of that
paper-' ' Were tiot the majority of
the men engaged in the bloody vendetta
of Williamson county Republicans?
Were not the majority of the Franklin
county ku-klux Republicans
To arjrue with the Republican press
iVinf tin. Democrats are not euilti of
every crime known to the calendar. Is
sheer nonsense, while penitentiaries ail
over the land hold within their relentless
grasp Republican office holders and
party leaders, fresh from the criminal
docks of courts.
Let us hear no more ot ku-klux in
Cairo while soldiers are ready to obey
the command of partisan leaders and put
Democratic citizens under arrest on the
tot.. Br.s i-. w.
The Bti.i-KTIN publishes what it calls
lien Wiley's speech, soon after he started
in the canvass. As a speaker, lien is no
better than Ilartzell. and we never
can" sniU hiOre Mfls'in a lia'v.' iTufl mirv
fodder, dijf more potatoes," milk more
cows, "run around ' more com. break
out more "middles,"' cut more cord wood,
make more potato hills and roll more
logs in a day than Ilartzell can to save
his life. He can raise more and bigger
ujiue.-. jjeaeiies, ars arm grapes, and
can tell more about farming in one dav
a i r i .. ii . J
man uanzcii can in a year, i nat'K what
Hen can do, and Ilartzell by the hide of
tten, as a farmer, is nowhere. If all
these things that Ken can do, are not
qnaiitications for congress, we should
like for the Bclletix to sav sa. Wp
dare mrtzeii to accept a challenge from
him to chop cord wood. He knows Bn
could beat him. as he expect to, at the
polls. Kreninn Sun.
Yes, Ren has some very odd qualities.
He ran from the enemy lister, paid hU
debts (slower, went back on his securities
ea.-k.-r, and giol the RepublKn party
better than any man of his weight and age
we have met in the pat few years. It has
been demonstrated that U n is o
speaker .and it is now demonstrated by the
AW artk-'.e tiiat Ren L. W. It trying to
put up a job on the grangers of the dis-try-t.
r He pit up a job on one granger
at th rot of the granger" farm, and we
Lave tj iii'i rh cor.fi l-r in ''"''ers
gerr-;ytr, b-l.ve thut old bean b-Jly
tin orfte t-'i- ol hU i!y d li'. s over
AI.f.(TIO RCII R.VS. j
Colorado, with her three electoral
vote. ha. gone Hepublican by about 2.WX),
and Uiay be put down as the opening gun
of ttit great battle to come off In Novem
ber next. Tarty lines were not closely
drawn, the old territorial Influences and
patronage had not died out. and no Dem
ocratic papers of any particular strength
were published In the state. All the
advantages were on the side ot the ad
ministration, and the result has not as
tonished any one.
Georgia, a state with eleven electoral
votes, went Democratic, the election be
ing one ot the most peaceful ever held in
that state. The cry of a solid South will
now go up, and the troops march and
Tilt AMLKKAM Al.M A.fCK.
In this i.ue we publish lrom the Chl-
cago Timet full iiartieulara r.f f!uva
American Alliance nomination, and his
connection with the second Kaow Nothing
party, that would take from the most In
dustrous and honorable citizens of the
United States their right ot citizenship.
As still more bindiug evidence the Timet
publishes a fac simile of a letter from Al
fred E: Ix., secretary of Hayes, a copy
of which w ill also be found appended to
the TinuS article alluded to abovj.
The Ouachita is in a tine condition for
fishing, and a great many of the tlnnv
tribe are being captured and brought to
market. A baked buffalo flh u eatinir
good enough for a kiug.-7u Sjriai
What would that fellow say If he could
get a broiled shet-phead or pompano
-V. O. Tim i.
He would be too full for utterance.
Thk Mound City Patriot, a promii,eUt
Hepublican pajn-r of Southern Illinois,
publishes the following in reference to
the ku-klux canard: "At a recent
Democratic torch-light parade in Cairo
some young dcvlla doDned the uniforms
used In the Mardi Gras celebration and
marched In the procession. Some tender
Republican sent a dispatch to the (ilube
Dtinocrnt that these Imps were dressed
in ku-klux uniforms, and the club met
the other day In solmen conclave to de
nounce, and have published the fact that
said rorres pondent i 'a liar.' The idea
of there being ku-klux In Cairo i 'imply
Tub condition of aflairs in Constanti
nople Is such that jerhaps the American
government w ill be compelled to send a
fleet to the Bosphoru to look after
American Interests. The lives of our
citizens, and their property, are in danger
in Turkey, the land of human butchers.
All civilized nations of the earth should
make common cause against these tur
baned wretches ; and although they could
not blot their record out.they could oblit
erate the name of Turkey and kill tor
ever her outrnceous form of government
(itsiKAL Farnswortq in his famous
Chicago speech said : "I was a Republi
can when Republicanism meant some
thing. Now that it means only a scram
ble lor office, I am no longer for it."
The utterance of a true patriot who now,
for the good of his county, advocate re
Tfif. New Orleans Picayune has a cor
respondent who proposes to send it
-from time to time" for enlightenment
extracts from northern papers,
The Timet savs: "Extracts 'from
timo to time won't near do. He
will have to fend extracts from time to
HAYES, THE KNOW NOTHING.
THE TETJE STOSY OF HAY Ei" CONNEC
TION WITH THE AMERI
lt Foreign-Born rillirn, Read and
(Special dispatch to ChUago Times )
THE DOCTKI.VE OF RCTHERFOKD.
Ntw York, Oct. 3. According to
Hayes, foreigh-born citizens are to have
no rights, and the vast unpeopled tcri
tories of the United States are to remain
a wilderness. The following extraordi
nary facts have been brought to light
here in regard to Hayes' connection with
the worst know nothing organization
which ever sprung up in the United
States. At the convention of the Ameri
can Alliance, held In Philadelphia on the
4th of July last, Kutherford Ii. Hayes
and William A. Wheeler were nominated
as the candidates of the American Alli
huee for president and vice president of
the United States. On "th of July, in
one ol the parlors of the C'?.n5.,.nI'J2,!Ll'0r
Ohio, was chairman, which committee
informed Hayes ol his nomination, and
Hayes thereupon thanked the committee
ACtr.Flf.D THK .NOMINATION.
untiieyttior July, l-0, the resolution
of the convention with a copy of the con
stitution ot the order, the oath, address'
and a certificate ot honorary member-hip
were duly presented to 31 r. Hayes at Col-
umous, u., by a special committee of
five, of which Wm. T. Black was chair
man. Hayes accepted, thanked the com
mittee, and said he would make a formal
acknowledgment in writing. On the lO'.h
of July, 1&7C, through Alfred K. his
private secretary, he did make a formal
acknowledgement, and indicated to the
society that lie would put them in
thk way or osttixj mo.nkv
to help carry the election. The commit.
tee which waited upon Hayes at
Philadelphia was composed of Lamb, of
Ohio; Perry, of Newark, X. J.; Warbur
ton, of Hartford, Conn.; Kimball and
i'yler, of New York, and Black, of Penn
sylvania. The committee which waited
upon him at Columbus was composed of
win. 1. Black, of Pennsylvania ; Lemuel
S. Tyler, of New York ; C. II. Smith, ol
Connecticut, and Perry, of Newark. N.
J. The consti tutioa ot the American Al
liance, whose nomination Kutherford B.
llaye has accepted, and whose principles
he indorses, and as honorary member of
the order is bound to support, contains
these ntovisio.NS :
Article 1. The name ol this order
shall be American Alliance.
Art. 2, Sec, 1. The object for which
this order Is organized is for the main
tenance of American principles, as fol
lows : Amendment to the naturalization
laws, limiting suffrage to persona born
in im country, or oi American parents ;
the election of American citizens only to
official positions in this country.
THE OATH Or MEMBERSHIP
to the American Alliance is as follows :
I solemnly swear that I will not vote
for any erson or persons lor any ofllcial
position in thin country under the laws
thereof who are not American born citi
zens, and that I will not betray any of
the secrets of this order or givo the name
ot any persons belonging to the same
without his consent, and that 1 will faith
fully obey all the rules or orders ot the
same not in conflict w ith the constitution
of the United States and the state of
which I am a resideut, and that I w ill do
all lo my power to forward the Interests
ol the order generally and the council of
which I am a member and of the Ameri
can principles la this country, so help mc
THE RKSOLl'TIC'NS Cr" NOMINATION
And indorsement adopted at Philadel
phia on July 4 and 5, lh"6, after reaffirm
ing the principles of their sor.ttitution
read as follows :
IUtolved, That this conference recom
mend all American-born citizens, with,
out distinction oi party, at the ensuing
election to east their votes in favor ol
American principles as the only safety
for the future welfare of this county ;
that the nominations of Kutherford H.
Hayes, of Ohio, for president ot the
I nited States, and of William A. Wheeler
of New York, lor vice-president, he and
tlie same are hereby indorsed by the
American Alliance conference, and we
earnestly advise all who are in favor of
American principles as advocated and
set lorth iu these resolutions, to give
- . . , i
Coulerence, L. s. Tvi.r.n. 300 i -
HATES1 I.KTTKR OF ACCF.riAXC'K
Of membership of this infamously non
progressive organization Is as follows :
COLl-MBl-8. O., July 10, 1".. HK.AR
Sir: Gov, Hayes desires me to ac
knowledge receipt of your valued favor
or July i, indorsing the resoiuuiw i
tin, Ainprlc.m Alllanrf. and to say in
reply that ho is deeply gratiiio.1 ny un
pvtirpssion 01 eonntience. me
n.v nf rarrvins' Hip, states of New
and New Jersey nnd Connecticut in the
annrniichino- r.invnss is fullv recognized,
and at the proer time retercinc will lie
mi-mi vnu to thi committee for Mich
i.l mill corporation as seems to bo ad
visable. ery respectfully.
Alfred K. I.ef, Secretary .
To L. S. Tyler, box 2,071, New ork
UF-II RAL NAM CARY.
K. orrepondeme of the SU Louis Ti ucs.
BETHINKS VNCI.K S AMI EI. "HA UT 'F.M
Mot'NT Ver.non, III.. Spt. i". The
.Vfiri of this place print an interesting
interview with General Cary, the Green
back candidate lor vice-prcs:-"iit, the
most important portion ot which It is as
Tollow s :
Keporter I cannot believe from your
knowledge ot public affairs, that you en
tertain the opinion that the tieket Mr.
Cooper and yourself represent can be
elected. ... ,
General Carv (looking a.-toiiihd; Oh
no '. We do not expect to carry a single
congressional distilct in the United
states. , , ,
Ueoorter If that is your honest judg
ment, 1 cannot undtLu.d why you
should run at all.
Gen. C W ell, as to that, cur suppor
ters claim that our cand dacy represents
a principle that is vital tc the welfare ot
the country, and we run to please them
and llatter'lheir whims that's all.
Reporter That is poor consolation.
ieneral C Yes. it is. tnd'l sometimes
think it would be best lor us both to
withdraw, and lend our Influence to
Tilden and the iKmocMts who are al
ready working in the interest of the peo
ple orthe country,
llenorter since vou have mentioned
the i,aine of Tilden tell me honestly w hat
you think are his chances to become the
next occupant ot the Wbite House ?
General C. (atfir a longtausc) 1 wish
tli.it mine were as eood.
Reporter Then you admit thai Tilden
will bp elected.
General C It looks to me as if "Un
cle Samuel." as the boys call him, was
going to w alk over the courts and receive
tlie blue ribbon. In fact. I do not see
how he can be beaten, loi know the
Germans, in certain doubtful States, hold
the balance of power. This ;s notably so
in Ohio and Indiana, and I am sati.-tied
thcr are for him almost to a man.
The General here told tW3 or three
lnut-hable stories, and after reaching up
his tine bead ot iron-irrey hair, and
scratching the back of his head with
great vigor, exclaimed with much enthu
"Old Sam bis cot em this time sure :
Renorter You should not feci bad if
Tilden should succeed, then ?
Gen. C. (Giving theback ot Lis head an-
ntbfr rnbi Oh mv GoJ. no : iiy my
Hear ir he's the man for the times ! His
election would be the salvation of the
Munrrv and I will so still farther and
gay that his election is necessary for the
n-rrxtuation ofour svsternlol government.
i ti.inV the iorle see it. and enough of
them are troim? to vote for him to give
Mm thp I'residencv.
Kpnortr-r What if Have should be
devil sure !
Th Democratic Tlrket.
i no senatorial convention, wiuen con
ened on the 1 ;h ult., were not politician
or "pipe-layer.' 'ihcj were farmers,
merchants and mechanics; men of integ
rity and ability, who had only one obect
in view, viz: to select men ot" integrity
ami ability to represent the district in
the state legislature. They did this duty
wen. juuge lineman. lor senator, is
gentleman who win ao honor to toe po
sition ; ur. Agnew is unexceptionable
and Hon. John II. Oberly, of Cair.j, has
no superior in the state as a tlebator.
With such adelegation in the legblature
me interests oi southern lilinoi
will receive irouer attention.
WHOLE 8 AXE AMD RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Oooda Sold Very Close.
Uornai 19th St. and Commercial At
C 0. PATIEE & CO.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City jratitaal Baak Bnildiag, ap-stairs.
? Oldaat KaUbliahsd Araney to Boat
re IU1bU, rapraaantliiff owir
tes ooo ooo
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE,
OB YOUJTO WOMEN,
Begins Its 3MU year Sept. 1.1th. Faculty
number 21, Maulticaut buildiujjs, ijener,
oi Ul.le. TUoroujfh eiursa in Kuirlish.
hi-ience, ClaJt8ica, aud Modern I.aiiKuaxs
t unurpaaaed aivaotaes lor uiuulo and art
Addraaa the 1'ret.ldant, Uev. David II
Moore, li.li., t'lucinoaii, o. 7-tMUw-st
these nomination active and uetermintu
support. . ...
by order of the American Aliiuiico
Forty vxaus beforc mr prBu&
DR. C. M?LANE'S
mn tii ct'RB or
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
DVSFLPStA AND Sit K HEADACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
1).1N in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, inc reaves on 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 the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatiMn in the arm.
l'he stomach is affected with loss of
up'ictite and sickness ; the bowels in
general are costive, sometimes alter
native with lax ; the held is troubled
w ith j ain, accompanied with a dull,
heavy sensation in tlie lack part.
I litre isccner.ui aconsiuerable loss
of memory, accompanied w ith a pain
ful ensiition of having kit undone
something which ought to have Iten
done. A slight, drv c ouch is some
times an attendant, a '1 he patient
. . 1,, i -.
complains ot weariness ana aeuinty ;
lie 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 w ould be bene
ficial to him, vet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, lias shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. M'.Lank's I.ivlr Pills
in cases ok Act r. and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic can l used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. Wc
would advire all who are afflicted
with this disease to give them A
For all Bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
equaled. BEWARK OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine Dr. C. M. Lane's
Liver Pills are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
M'. Lane's Liver Pills.
The genuine MVLane's Liver
Pills lear the signatures of C.
Lane and Fleming Bf.o.s. on the
jsjf Insist on jour druggist or
storekeeper giving y ou the gtnuine
Dr. C. M?Lane's Liver Pills, pre
pared bv Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
To thote ihirc 1 f c -"j""!
Lrvmn Pilli a inal, w .ll mil " M"1 10 n1
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OiurantM-rl unlr Vj penalty not tn In
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"eutemtier tttl. IKTli. Suin-rinr u'iuLiiiu.
tion at low rates, In tie Model department.
Adapte to any -rade, rim the younireitt pupil
to thoe fitting u,r Km beat oollexea. rwitd lor
cmiajojfua, ur auoreaa,
. . EDWIN C. JJtWETT, Trea't.
Aug. Ini Nnrriial, 111.
How T Malta Honey,
We will atate that tbe aurevt. ht-l and
apaedieat way to loultitily uud iu ra.i"
la to call at No. IV. V ull htrett, i'tw Yolk.
.. ...I.L. .1... T. ... o
iiu tuuiuiv miu siit-x t rotuiogiiaia Co.
Tliee gentletuen, who tiave 'louy been
loenunea wun ttie hi!torT and attaira of
W'ull atreet. are unuauallr akilled in mon.
taiy anaira, aou 10 everything appfcrtainlnj
to speculation, are unexcelled fur ut.iiitv
and prollcieiicv. ft mav alto be aaid that
of the many liroaera iu that city they are
v" j win iiiuh popular, out a io ttie
moat auvccaalul, bet patronized, and moat
"""I or uear liio viciultv of
Anion the cuatornera ot
Alex Krutbinifhatu A Co . ara aoma f.f n
leading and repreaenUtive citieua. who
are mainly Indebted to the la bora at ti.ia
firm lor much of tbe wealth they now enjoy.
iuo wuk an 1 1 aucceaiut exper
ience of Meaara. Alex. Frothingham & Co.,
In lliia city they have turned for themsulvea
an euvlable reputation for honeaty, imeg
rity and faith, and enjoy a buaineaa ulmo.t
coloaaal in Ita proportiooH. In fact, the
amount of buaineaa done by thii houae in
the courae of year fa lometbiug woudor
ful, ami often forma the aubject of com
mi nt. It nt-cdn but a visit to ihelr
oilici a In Wall street to prove the truth of
the above atatement.
now they manage to convert f 10 to $20
120 to 10, HO into irt(J. and ao on. 1 a
ecret w hich they alone can explain ; but
that they aucceeil in doiug ao la a fact too
woii known to admit or doubt. It you
weil.d aafelv and Drofitablv iuvext vnnr
n,?,D,y. o"o not hesitate to favor tbi Mi-m
wltu your caidi and coulidence. That by ao
doing you will reap an abundant reward,
me experience of thouaaud ot our beaf
titicn. atteat. The nccesaity of takimr
JUuii a courae in theae tiiuee of tottering
Oailka and liuuuclal atiinironev lon.t t an.
parent to the moat indifferent aud carelcaa
Jiinara- a en. r'rot lini-haiii JL Co.. are
prepared to invcat money to any amount iu
the beat aujuritlea, aud in every tranaao
tion iu which they my be engal guar
antee enure aatiafactioa to those w ho honor
mem witu their patronage.
! tTSend for tlicir Kvnlanatorv f.'irciilar
aud Weekly Heporta, which they mail free
to all w-io dcalra tbem from A. V. Ut-
roptdi,, JvrilW lklii. T-lH.eodJw
rCSa Auajar k Drill!
I J.iM paW W aood Aj
iraaraateafl orlaf ear Waa
iiia vivo a awuui
AaenU. Aurer book
II AH UN.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - 1100,000
W If AI.LIDAV, Vresi.lent.
IIKNIIV I. HALI.11AV, Viecrreal.
A It S Jkr r uhh, I'Mliit-r,
Walter hysi.oi'. A-'tCahier.
fl Ctaats Tatlob, It II. Ci'IUnoham,
II I.. lUl.LIDAT, W. I'. llALI.IUAV,
U. l. W illiamhow Sraeiit lliao,
A . H. 9a-toiiu,
Kxchango, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DF.msiTS rweivel and a reaeral It-anklnf
Nefl, V ioe I'rvt'l.
it. Wrlln. Phier.
I . J. Kerth, Aaxt ash'
Corner Commercial Am and Bth Bttaat
r . Mrosa
uuo Wm. hluire, t'airo.
I". S 0. 1 ir Wm
A . S u.nnka. Cairo. It L.
Wnlfe, I airo.
h ii. ilt r. 1 Biro H . " rlli. t airo
K H llrinknian.'St. Ixiuia,
I. Y. ClniiM.n, laiihlonm
l.rnrinl HankinK lliittluraa Dane.
tf-Eicharijt' )'"l an'I bi.uplit Interest talJ
o Ilie S inirn lrNrtiiint. olltrtion Hial
nl all b'iin e- lmnii'tlT atfen'tr-t loJ
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIHO
A H SAKFoKIi, Prraidrnt.
TAVLOK, Vir PniIent.
W. HYLUI, Sec'v and Tru.urr
KAH LAY, II Alt (iALlOHBH,
hrrx.-ari.aTa, pAt-Hi hcnrH,
Cl WWlnOHAM . ii. 1. liALLIbAT,
J. M rniLur.
LSI ERE ST iiif OB depotlu at Ut rtf ol liX
percent fr annum, March 1st ami l-litrni-r
let . Inure! not witlwlrawn i uMarl imiiia
iml-Jy lo the principal of tlie d-poita, UttnLf
(iTinc them e.muun,l inlrt.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Honey and no one
else can draw it.
Oiirn trrrr liupinenarlav rromda.m. to S n.ui.
ai satiiriUy fvniu, for aaTiiiK ilrpoaiw onl?
coin 6 to s o'clo a
W. HYSLOP. Traaanrar
flMK. river, apriuir from amall
rauHe. I 'lie roarina- river may not be easily di
verte.1 frm ila course, nor the neirleeteil nlaeaar
in. m ii m .untrue wrira. lakeu in time, dm
eaM,, which i merely an luli rrupted functioa
may beavcrU-d by the uae of ature'a reniady,
Tarrant'a BelUar Aperant
It combine the rneiliral prrtiea of theWt
luinerui waiem m the worhl
flOl.ll Ii r ALLOUl tiOlSTS.
A FARM AND HOME
OF YOTJR OWN.
Now is the Time to Secure It
The lieat ami chaapeM land in market are in
Enilern Nehruaka, on the line of the I mon Ta
tillc railroad. 1 lie nioat favorahle term, very
low ratea ot fare and Ireitrht to all aettlera. The
l-t nurkt-u. 1m utaea to lauat buvera.
Map, ileacriptive jmiiiphlets. aew addition of
the 'I'loneer' aenl t ree ercrrw here. Addr.,
. r. U.WIS, Lnrnl i i.niniUonr.
L'. I. 11. It., Un.alui, .Neb.
tCC 771 wi-ek to amenta. Sample fiee.
s "l. VII Kl.KV. Antro.lM. Maine.
rnr,pn ror ir i-nrltf, Mrrnrtri and Klaror
rrr,lP(l Uj keen I'lrklt. U'dlmnilH It l
ii-entirely free from Sulphuric And or other deleun
JiHutiiUof, wlih which Afo VineQtir 1 adulterated
for aale tjr all Grocer.. Larai-tt Vlneirar Worka in ta
QftKitra Fine miied Canl with narat. lo eta.
"-UO-tt lii 1. I.. .I..VI.1 I'., Van.-..,. V V
nx mm to tbe t:e:
Room and Board. 1st and 2d
Floors, $2 50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor S3 .00 Per Day
Spaolal Ratai bj Weak or Montk.
A limited number of verv dealrahle lun.llv
room can be aecurad at reaaouabl ratea lor tut
'I ha at. Utiarlei. Im fl 1U.,,. un.l l.ui
ed lluuae iu bouthern lliinoia, and ia the leading
Kock" reduction in prlrea, the lable will.aa
uaual, be liberally n,.liwl mil, ih .-r l-.i
"" in LBiro. fiilvllh.lMnilliiif I lie " IU-,1
of every thing thai ran be round in market,
r ine larva Minimi, m..ma r.. i
elera, on ground lloor, free of char)re.
.i f . V UB'!f eoi Kuaata couve) ed to aud lrom
the hotel uiiuut charve.
JKWtTT WILCOX A CO.,
-lb-tr. I'rour ie torn .
SIXTH. STREET, Between OHIO
IaEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
K auufacturea hia own Horaa Shoaa and
can Aaauia Oood Work.
, PATROlf AOE SOLICITED
SOLD rigtST sr.'A302T.
HANDSOME," WOLil AKD
! t li'l-t
1 ' F
With f ilal Grjfitt Ira V. r..
AL..I a -frVe I C!nltul..:i '
CONVtNIPfiT t. iul:
niciit, fetud I
"I" i it : r 1.
ho l li I'
612, 614. 616 .V 618 li. :. - -ST.
0. W. HENDERSON.
L Curious Qcod Thing
1 liat court 1 n a Ira' V,
'Itat coi k'.1 a " ji Uit..
IT t t KM ALL
Irifi rrl Ptr tm nrrj furci,
ja-rMia, 1 fptrf I I r,
ert mr la rl vainlliai,
llebOiw lie I Iter uufh.. M-rt Dtaeaaf,
-nlia lit tie. It ra and jti,marl. rtr.
l htir ! iite y wmt re prwf Iraai Tar.
r' Indie" alio.-.
m l r..u a "I . lcr d.
1 im .If !
it e ,11.
h Hi- :i
i ur a" it H1 fur.. 1 r
l anil tti.ira' h iam,,li
i r par tn le i.f Mai a
a1 r f, 1 1 i . a, in .1 !
aLeiv. inhiea tr i 'I
ri t ami t-.tliiti p .ii
'a i. . 1 1 ! bii r. :
I Ii.-k.iii.. in i.nr, ,ri , t, r,-, r
I'ai l,.iuin n.r.tr.nil ) ami .niuahr, ui il.
il.il. and.tn a 'Id i In n I, tin., it ha parniaii.blly
i ur-d me in a torpid a'ti n ol the li,er, whirl, t
it-tie ted tne t-i tr...Jnl I ilic , attarlta; and a
; n.e.juei,re I am n-i fu;mli,( Ullai- h-illi ll.au
1 Ull- fi r larlte ii-i-i
Jii.-KHl H tnoRSTON,
Aaalatant I'oeraiaaier, iiiraii, all
l.i.l. T Loi ill. ,n i well k no a a Ilia i .n,u.i..Ur .f
an ln-liai,a Ueia,ebt iu the .r aim tho i unlnlrr
an.. I'iire2. W ill aeii-1 -r m ,i! alien .Iroit d-. i t
p Hiflu. M ii -I fi-r hi-k ronlittiiitia nin. I, i.lilat'ii
nil- in.atiua about Itii. ..ulrrlul mini,,
Dr. D. W. FaircMld, Frop., CinumiaLi, 0,
LIk arerrthinr valuahle
1.1U A I, I a, ia'D LIVIU
TADS, thmt li .t,.. A
lh Imi fi.r rear, with a national reaLll.,ii i,,r
AC'ir. I'wlrl..1-.". ,1,tll,u HNlliKri.lT;b
AMO IMlTAriCIi by cluui.r empirna, and under
other aamea. hoina are a Uiadlr r n, cthar no
m. i,.T,th ,0 aw dn.t. THV ARK H A!-K
Kl DM : rotten up n ae on th- r piitatn.n of the
IT'.""".' J" v ' BIT Hul. MAN-, HKAItlIit
11M I'K Tl hK AM) MIONATI It E thertl-y aroid
lUft diaapDuibtment cd Iniroailiou. '
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
aVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
flow Shades, &c.
Alwaya on hand, tbe celebrated illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Waahin ar
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Waahinarton and Commercial
Avenue, adjoining Hanny'a.
KXRP8 for aale the beat Beef, Perk, Mutton
Veal, lamb, flauaajre, avL. and ia ore
liraawl k era familiaa ia aa anoetitabla ni- ter
Mrs. C. McLean,
wi ca 723 n.' bijOok
AI.ARi.E alock or Millinery ami Kancy
(iootla. A nrt-laaa MlUluery Mote iu
every reeped. U-W-ain
A GENTS WAHSO
rAal-l Ewenta at the
to sell the New
AND TUB CAMPAIGN OF lS7r)v
Juat the loik for the timea. Give a full hialoi y
of the National l apilalauii l.uvvrumeiit. hho
how tlie Kovernlucnt haa lareii munKeu im Ita
oi'Kanixation. txplaiua now job aiv put
throuifh ctmifiv. Ijivea a lull hi. lory of Ike
Wbiaky Irouil. aud IMkuap buaudai. Jl givta
Ike liveeof llayea, Wlaneler, Tihleo and Ilea
di.n k. Gran l clianre for Aiteuta. Ad'liw.
-17-Sw J. Jl. tllAMULUa, at. l.uuia.M.
;" Cww It. laK ala '