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CTBtrS I. OBERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
AKtTZX. J. TILDXIf ,
mf ew Yark.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
vf I Dalian .
PRaAIDESiTIAI. El.Ct TIRi
Win. J. ALLEN, of JatVon cunt) .
Wn P. COOLBTJAGH. of C .k i .my.
1t Dia't-Thomaa Hoyne.
t " -8. S.Hayea.
Si " Arno Voae.
4th -Thoa. B.CoulLr.
th " -W.C. Oraan,
th " -JamaeBKck.lt.
Uk -Oao. B. Martin.
th " -O. W. Bollock.
th " L. W. Jama.
i"th " J. W. Davldaon,
nth " -W. E. E win if.
UU " -Charlaa A Key.,
Hth " -O. A. Roberta.
Mth " -O. B. Floklin.
Lth " R. If. Biahop,
lCh " -3.3. Pfailllpe.
Kth " C A. Walker.
1th " 3. P. John eon.
1th " -J.M. Craba.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
of Ken Jail county.
ARCHIBALD A. GLENN,
of Brown county.
' tr Secretary ef Stale,
'-. T. THORNTON,
K )f Aiiilitor,
of Cook county.
For Slate Treaiurer,
tif Clinton county.
For Attorney l.eiieral.
f I-og county ,
Congressional District Ticket.
f llandolpli count) .
For Mrwbe Mate lUartl of hiiaii'atiori.
OLIVER P. HILL.
u( I'll ion county.
8t atonal District Ticket.
' Far Stale Hcnaler Fiftieth Ki-tricr,
of Vnion county.
For Rrpreertalives in the I.etUIatur Fiftieth
FRANK M. AONEW,
of J action eounty,
JOHN H. OBERLY,
of Alexander county .
W-lla much may be ccoinplialietl by
Urate method, It might tncouragcdeluive
erpeeUiion If I withhold here the cxptea
aion of my conviction that no reform of the
clrU aervi; la thl country will bs com
plete ad permtnect until it chief niagi
irate 1 cooitltutlcnally disqualified lor re
election; expertecce bavins; repeateJIy
xpoted the futility ofcclf-imposed reside
Hon by candidate or incumbent.
Through Ibis solemnity only can he be el
feetually delivered from his greatt tempta
tion to mtRuae the power and pitronage
with which the Executive in necessarily
charged. From Snumcl -I. Tilden letter
The nobler motive of huiuanity concur
with tbe material iuterentn of all in rciiir
iag that every obstacle be removed to a
eomplete and durable rrconeiliation he
tween kindred populations nncg imii.ttur
atly titranrarl.on tnc h-i icooni.eil by
theft. Louis platform, of the 'constitution
of tbe United (stale, with iu amendments
unfvertally accepted as a linal ectticinent
of tbe controversies w hich engendered civil
war." But, in aid ol result o bcnelicicnt,
tbe moral innucne of every good citizen, a
well as every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their jut equality before the law, but like
wise to establish a cordial fraternity and
goodwill among cit;ztns, whatever there
race or color, w ho are now united In tbe
ne destiny of a 'common self-government.
If tbe duty shall be aligned to me, I khould
not fail to axercite tbe power with which
the law and tbe loaatitution of our coun
try cloth its chief magistrate, to protect all
it elliieni, whatever their former condi
tion, in every political and personal right.
t'roin Samuel J. Tilden' letter of accep
We denounce the Jtttumptwa clause
f the act of 1875, ami toe lure Je
mand its rrjicat. Xational Ikmoralic
Sre KheH (he fruit r,f iiuluttry art
j ttkrrrd for th ww uf th' toilrrt, that
ihry are uot uxitcl by the prJl!jacy
fraud or peculation of your public
H0e litis Gov. TiUhit.
Xiw OftLiaxs is now happy. The
l ialventon quarantine has been raised.
Yt-LLOW teter Is gradua'.ly leaving the
South. The white trosU and thill wind
ol 1qJU.ii summei are driving It away,
Tmk 1'ex.ria D'moerat: "All lmd,
Kalne '.' shout the Itepublican. All..',
Indiana. will be their howl to-morrow."
PCSOT A L.
. On SiUMtiy morning we rec-ivel a call
froio Mr. F. A. Trousdale, of MetiopolU
who had just returned from the grand
Democratic . soldiers' reunion at Indian
apolls, Jle tlecribed it as on of the
tnoai Insplriof and Interesting events he
ever participated iu. His description tf
th strewing ot flowers tefore the MexL
sn war veteram-, by ) oui.g ladies, was
craptie. Jle said many ol these gry
lrd uen wept at the evidences of sp'
prsdatiou of their strvic oji tlie other
aids of Itiatorie itiu Grande, wneie the
toldlert of the two section ol our com
moo couotry vied with nh other in
tPtj of valor.
t I.I.I MIT
.lehn i;Iciismi retains his position at
Hell's mill, imil is as clever n gentleman
a one will linn in a will? travel.
The lcinoer;its Inw: organized a 'Ml
den hikI I li mit i -k -liil mifiitM-riiitf s-ixtj--livc
or seventy member, nnd bavi their
regular ii'ulit l'r un-cling.
Mis I.eliecea .bum . :l Mi'"' estimable
young lady residing nt l llin. ws seri
ously hurt by tn-lnf throw u I'mni n horse
while on viit to Thebes some two
week ago. "If is recovering slowly.
i in itfjf fuesdny morning an unknown
inuii. supposed to he a 1 1 tin p. wa Lille. I
by the ear on t lie IllinoU t.'cntral al a
point about two hundred yards above the
station. IK wn buried mi tin? "right
of way" near where tit was killed.
Mr. Urccr. the only i1iyllr in tlie
place, lias his hands lull lis there i con
siderable sickness principally -liill ami
(over in the vicinity. The JiocP.r i
very siicccs-lnl i" Id practice, and i win
ning tlie good tpinioii and favor of the
tieople in hi ut Ighborlood.
Messrs. Morris, l.on.l M t o., lumber
innuufacturer. have added a planer to
tln ir already large stock ol machinery,
and are now turning ont the very best, of
oak. ali mid poplar flouring, and indeed,
drc.ecl lumber of almost any kind or
clas. I'calers in lumber will make u
note of this.
Tom Jeflrey )tlll presides ut th Illi
nois Central ticket olllec. Tom i also
express ajjent. postmaster, insurance'
1 agent, land nfeiit and other "artioie too
numerous to mention." Tom is on A
No. 1 fellow, and the d tl-t Ita'lical In
all Kjrypt. Knt, like ood whisky, lie
"improves with age;"' ami in a few years
we expect to ee him as jtd a I cmocrat
t n this Mile ol the line -(hat is the
line dividing Pulaski from Alexander
coiuitif there Is Home talk about politi
cal matter.. .ludjre llileman will iccelve
threc-loufth ol the democratic vote in
that locality, while the other lourlli will
either no' vote at all or vote for Towne.
.ludtfe llileman i the choice ol the party
by a deeitletl majority. Mr. Albright has
few supporter in that part of the county,
and when the votes are counted will
hardly know he was in the contest.
The niin public -chools opened yes
terday (Monday) morning, with a good
attinilanecMr. Karle, n onof J. Parker
Karle of (.obden, has charge of the white
nehooi. and Mi- Topping also of Cob
den, has been employed to teach the col
ored Kchnnl. In the latter department
there are between twenty and thirty pu
i. The attendance at the white school
i about Mxty scholar. P.otli School
houses have been thoroughly repaired and
supplied witli all the late improvement
in the way ol school furniture. Mr. .ia.
S. Morris, Thos. Jeffrey and 11am. l llin
are the school directors.
lF.PI'BLir.X HI'PI'OR r.
Why i HicTowne and Albright ticket
rectdving the positive support of the Kc-
Dublican papers of this senatorial dis
trict? Joe. P. 1'obarts a clever fellow,
by the way, and jolly companion for a
small tea parly is out strong for tlie
Townes and Albright ticket. Not long
ago tho festive .Joseph married a relative
Of General Logan, and when he gives an
active support to Democratic candidatesi
you may bet your bottom dollar
there is something at sluke. l or infor
mation we ask Burton, ol tlie Car
bondale Dcmoem, to analyze this
crooked business. Wc would not dart-
to insinuate that Joseph had iornicd an
alliance with the Townes anil Albright
combination. It might ruin our "pohti
cal chances in t ho future." At Zion, hi
Jackson county, Republican Joseph
made an attack on the anti-Tow ne and
Albright ticket by pouncing upon Doctor
Airncw. Is he atlcmpUnz lo lessen the
power ot Honor Agnew in .(nckson
county iu the interest ol Jowiie and
Albright, or iu tlie inleiot of tlie Kepub'
licim nominees? Wc are certain that
Joseph l.obarts is strong for his relative.
the general, for the position of L'nited
States senator. He would do nothing to
injure that gentleman's chances in fact
he would rather lose bis good right arm
than throw a straw in the way of the
tieril Fet I lii 1 lelilOcrnt 1 liefilih lf
this senatorial district scan the Kepubli
can papers, and they w ill see that those
journals are very earnest in their support
of what they term the true Democratic
ticket, and bitterly opposed to w hat they
call the boltci-t ticket. There is some
tldug so unreasonable about this attitude
ol Republican papers that we cannot help
believing there is something outrage
ouly loose somewhere. We do not in
sinuate, we simply direct the leuiocrats
of tho district to the fact that Joscpli
l.obarts, editor of a bitter Republican pa
per, and relative to-John A Logan, is in
favor ot the Townes and Albright ticket,
and opposed to the nominees of tin; cou
ventlou of the IStU of September, which
wa lielil under directions ol" the Demo
cratic senatorial central committee.
IIIF. KLtrTOBAL VUTi:-
iielow we publish th electoral vote
owing to the near approach of the presi
dential election. It should be preserved
lor rclerence :
Flori'U ... t
Geir a II
, -. , H o
New llalli.sliite .
Sew York ..... . ...
Sot lb Carolina .
Fe luue Ivanta
fti nil. i ii ' nil k
The (lisordcie ! M.tte ol Mexico h;i
brought to the sui lace a new lilibiistcr : at
IcaM the press deriauatcs l iin m such
without giving Miti:nla:. His name !
lotion, ilei.ently he wu.i tiiptuied and
will be clit.t. Who is Katon. and wltal
wa his particular manner l tiiit'usi. r
ing t After the poor ,!evil shut it v. iil
be loniid. no iloubr. tint be bi lolle.l to
one or the other of the n-vulnlii'linl V patt
if that spriiiiT up I'l Mexlmi like wild
jira-. lb- b-iug .in American --w hieh
tlie liittuc inilti'ttte . -Will Insure bi
speedy eXei Utiiili. I be ll.lliie llililnl-
ter I- very easily Hpplinl by a fie-er to
an Anierie.ui when tlmt genus ir.ind
wlbes t commit murder, l. tton's
liieicU shnitld look after Hut iinlirtti
natt.' individual and see that Ii has lair
nir. i.iiti.f: m mumh i it
'I'll" Nlelllphis A'-ulnncl.t and .'iy.'-.
the lonncr for Peter Cooper, and the jt
ter sfrniglit I lemoeratie, are dishing up
(iovertior Porter because tint gentleman
carries a fix-sbooter. It tiovernor i'orti r
is the highest otVe-er in that state we be.
lieve he should be entitled to the privi
lege ot carrying his little six hooter as
well as :i policemen orsherilTol a county.
A MOHIMOI S ll.1V.
This is a moinentous tlay in tlie I'liUed
Slates. It Will decide tin- political fate
ol one of ihe aspirants for the huih ollic
ol president. Mictions will be held in
Indiana, ( Duo and Wot Virginia. We
propose to carry ail tlicse states, winch
will give ii yest lor the grand national
political name of November next.
1'ltoM tbe Murphyshoro lii'lrprnJ.:iit .
f he Km says: 'It now looks like Albright
will be elected, by a large majority. I'
would become you to do a little figuring
on Unit, Mr. Kra, la-lore you make such
nil assertion. Two years ago Ihe represen
tative vote ol this district was as follow :
Albright, lO'sO; lncore, -l:N!.( ; Winston
W. ; Thorp, :i2:Ki; Kroh, IJlli . Mu-
son, ij). i ni! iigiirc s iicre snow mac
lion. (. ) V. V.. Albright received more
voles than anybody in tin' district.
These figures were taken from the hide.
pendent of Nov. ."ith, l-sTi. I'.y turning
to the editorial page we notice In
the returns of Jackson county
that F. V.. Albright received
301 J votes in 'ai taunt y. In Alexander
and Union he received UTS votes or
considerably lc- in those two counties
than one-third ot his vote iu this county.
The vote that Kroh received will he cast
against him (l'JI3l). and the ides of No-
vemlier will show that his vote in this
county will dwindle down to ley tluu
lftOO, and where he is going to get the
votes that will elect him we will thank
his organ (the Em) to iov us. His
vote in ' Union county w ill be Miialk-r
than it was two years ago, and it he was
to carry hall of the vote of Alexander
county il would notjelect.hini. 'Fetch
on" your figures, Mr. Km, or quit mak
ing such wild assertions ami sticking
your nose into other people's political
Jo.vi.s, of Ihe Metropolis J.jioiwt,
touches up McCartney, of Ihe Tints, in
the following manner: "McCni tney
must have Inen out on Tuesday night
electioneering with the Democrats, be
cause he was seen coming to town
astraddle ol a large sample of the Demo,
eratic platform." Mack very innocently
replies: "We can prove anything by
Jones and his Jourmit. The night re-
lerrcd to we stayed all night with n friend
at Stringtow n and did not see Metropolis
that day. .Hut Jones, never lies." Mc
Cartney is a candidate iu bis district for
the legislature, against Wntkins, A
Mound Cll-. lie has much of the sim
plicity in hi nature accorded some of the
characters of St. Ticrre, or else he is a
deep w it. In evidence ol this we quote
tlie following startling piece of news
which appeared in the Time: "Patrick
Henry, when finite a young man, in t lie as.
seiubly of Virginia uttered the following
hinguagc, which thrilled the hearts ol his
countrymen lrom one end of the conti
nent to the other: 'Ca-eur had his I'.ru
tus, Charles I, his Cromwell and tieorge
III, ,' here lie paused upon which
the cry treason ! treiieon ! '. being raised
in the house, he only added Mirny profit
by their example. If that be treason
make the most of It.' " There can be
no doubt as to the authenticity ot the
above language of the inspired Pat
Henry. We have heard of it iK-fore, hicI
believe he said it.
Tut governor of South Carolina, t ham.
bcrlain, bus Issued a proclamation order
ing all white military organizations and
clubs to surrender their arms and dis
band. In 'he event of a refusal to com
ply with his proclamation he proioses to
proclaim the state in a condition of do
mestic violence, and call upon the presi
dent of the United States to suppress it.
The. administration has commenced to
show its hand as regards nfl'air in not
only South Carolina, but Mississippi,
Louisiana, and every southern state
where it power 1 In the decline.
The Republicans of I'llin will put up a
Hayes and Wheeler pole on Friday of
this week. 'Little Anderson" of Mound
City, and J. .L Rird ol Cairo, will "do tlie
windy" on thr occasion. P.ird will talk
reason and sense to hi colored brethren
while "Little Andersen" will "wave the
bloody shirt" for lite hem-lit of tin- de
luded whites. KHoi ts will be ma le (o
have Hon. Ike Clements make speech
at the same time.
The S'nt Jtrtfinfrr : '-Fran Sigel, w ho
lought the battle ol Carthage, Mo., ami
who conducted the retreat from that bat
tle in such a masterly manner as to
nearly destroy the pursuing lon e. Is one
ol the soldier who took part in the great
Democratic meeting at Indianapolis.
which meeting the local organ of
public plunder denominate a 'gathering
of repeaters, pickpocket and thieve.' "
Fuk aome time we lost sight ot that en
ergetic southern citizen. Win. J. Syke.
He I; shout t,i ;, tump in lei. in
see In the intiift tl iiociiur Porter,
regular lXiuocrutli: iK ini'He fur gover
nor. rykcs can l.dU on any subject that
is liable to prcseiit it s. It to the American
people. Ala t i i .: 1 i iator he ha no
'jiial ill the Eolith ' : West. W'v hke
Sjkcs, inn) me nl,vay glad lo lunr ol
Mm, knowing tlmt lie is wntklngiu the
riyht direction toward tne success ol
the Pi inoeraey and in il.e interf t ft the
iliiiu-tliea of this ( eli.tti 1 the l ounti y.
.Ii inii Mt.'M.t. :i "titli t iir..liii4
Ucpiihllean, svh Mippnii llaiiifiton. df
elaieil in u public ipeciba few day ago
that he was prepared to prove by fact
and figure, th.tt the stealings (,f the re
publican tnrty in South Carolina during
the lat eight years would ! amply uf
licii.nt. without a cent of taxc. to run
the entire f late g ivernuient lor verul
vear to i-onie.
THE FALL ELECTION.
Stittiliiav t-Vthiil the I'nll l.lei-iloria
L Louis It- publican.
Stale elections have been held Ihis fall
in seven states. Viz: Alabama. Arkan
sas, Vermont. M.iiue, n-gun, 'olorado.
and ( ieorgia. Four ol these states Ala
bama with lit e'ectornl vt tes, Arkan:is
with ii. OregDti with A, and C'eorxhi w ith
II have icMcd Democratic victories;
twool'thcni Vermont, with 5 electoral
Votes ami Maine with 7 have been car
ried by the Pepubliciiiis tin1 1 one Color-
ratio, is j i t iu dispute. Tlie ll eh.et
ions. then tore, i,.suris to Tildeu and
Hendricks "JO ehftoral votes, und to
llaycs and Whet ler, I i. When conced
ing the o Colorado votes to
to ' Hayes and Wheeler, there
ren a'ns a majority of 1T still in luvon f
Tiidcnaud llciiilrii k-out olihe l."i electo
ral vot'S in the states named lor as sf jtes
have voted in their state election they
will vote in Xoveinhei.
Ii is worthy ol note, too, that iu these
seven elections the l' 'publicum do not
carry a singh? state that has heretofore
been Democratic, while the Democrats
carry three Alabama. Arkansas and
Oregon that voted Cur lir.mt iu LS72.
t he fall elect ions up to this tiiLc. there
fore, show a Democratic gain of three
state', and a majority ol tho electoral
votes indicated ot 13.
I.ttle ( iili;alo Iteluriia. j
IJm' Hon. Hugh llutler. chairman
ol ihe Democratic state committee,
makes ihe toilow tng report to-night lrom
bis standpoint: No returns from our
election have been received since last
night, except lrom firand county. Yes
terday the Republicans claimed the
county by 13 majority, but reliable re
turns" just received throuitli Hon. W. S.
Rockwell of licorgctoivn give ns the
county by losi majority. The returns,
though not olllcial. have been received
lrom the following counties, and the fig
ures given below, according to the most
reliable advice, are iu tlie main correct :
Los Animas, (ins Democratic, majority ;
Pueblo. Jl'i Democratic majority HuVr
lan, 223 Democratic majority; Fre
mont, 111 Democratic, majority; Douglas,
Democratic majority ; Ilc!it.20G Dem
ocratic majority; Jetieron. 31 Dem
ocratic inajority; Orand, Ins
Democratic majority; Conejos, 105
Democratic majority. Total. LOIH).
Weld sl'io iiinjoritv: Larimer. W, lloul-
der, J2S; .'ilpm. iil I ; I leur Creek. .'11 ;
Summit, M; Libert. 11 : Llpaso, :ii:i ;
Costilla. 73; Park, LI; Arapahoe. .
Total. l,s.si;. Deduct Democratic major
Lies of l.irtHi, and wc have 2s0.
The following counties are vet to be
heard lrom: Lake, Hiustlale, La Plata,
San Juan and Saguache, all of which are
claimed by us to be Democratic, except
Saguache, and we estimate the probable
majorities as follows: Hinsdale, La
Plata and San Ju:in,f00; Lake, GO: to
tal, 53y. Saguache, Jtepublican. 50; net
Democratic majority. 3tHi. Deduct Re
publican majority, 27J, and we have 227,
being the prohablc Democratic majority.
Rio lirande was heard from last night,
giving Roult. Republican, for governor
(! majority, and Patterson, emocrat, for
congress 12 majority. The Democratic
candidate for tin: legislature was elected
by fifty majority, so the county may
Is.- considered u stand-oft so lar
as the state ticket is concerned.
It will thus be recti that the
representative majorities are so close that
the result of the count will not bo known
until the San Juan counties are heard
from, and it is not likely that they will
be heard from belore to-morrow night,
and perhaps not (hen. Comparisons have
been made by the Republicans between
this and the election of 1871. which are
unfair and decidedly calculated to mis
lead, and for the purpose of correction,
attention is culled to the following facts :
I or January or February, 174. while
Chaffee, Jtepublican, was a delegate to
congress. Klucrt, governor, Hall, secre
tary, and others were removed. McCook
was appointed in the place of Elbert but
the confirmation was vigorously opposed
by I bailee. The contest between the
president and Chathe lasted several
mouths, resulting in the confirmation of
McCook. This gave great ofleuce to the
Chaffee f iction, and after the arrival of
McCook both parties struggled for party
supremacy. The McCook taction was
victorious, and nominated Lrom well for
congress. Chaffee's irieuds there sup-
fwrtc-l Patterson, to which fact is due
ds large majority of two years ago.
The liucly Muuntuin Aci then re
fused to support Uroiuwell. and really
though not directly, supported Patterson
and Chaffee's friends rejoiced over Pat
terson' election. For the contest in ls7'l
and 172 party lines were closely drawn
and the result then showed tbe relative
strength of both parties tor ls;o. Chat
fee, Republican, was elected hv l.MJ and
was re-elected in 1S72 by 1,31 majority.
The 4'aiiiaiKU 111 l.oulalana.
special to the .St. Louis Republican.
Nkw Oiu.tAXS, Oct. 7. The Timn in
the morning publishes editorially a state
ment lrom undoubted lu'puhliciii author
ity, that the national Republican com
mittee at Washington are endeavoring to
make arrangements whereby ihe states
ol Mississippi, Louisiana and South Car
olina will In- curried by default lor the
Democratic ticket. Republicans are to
abstain lrom voting on account ol intimi
dation, and thus the ehctorial vote will
be thrown out.
ijuitc a number of Democratic clubs In
tbe city passed resolution guaranteeing
protection to Conservative negroes, and
ottering to protect them lrom violence
at the bands of Republicans, ven
though they hi.ye to arrest those In;i.
treating negroes. Upon this, Kellog
ixilice ch'u l luis issued a general ordi r,
commanding the arrest of any and all par.
lie making such arrest or representing
themselves a with jmjIIcc powers.
Late last night, while the procession of
Republican negroes was parading ihe
city, a difficulty occurred iu tlie rank.
hie man was knocked dow n and beaten
and another stablied. The policeman
w ho Intertereil wa set upon and stabbed
hiafcaiful manner. The negroes then
begun tiring pistols, their purpose Ulng
to provoke u riot. Several while men
were llred Ht and had to fly for their
lives. Negroes who eouipoe4 the club
styh-d the - Packard Cfimpi ijn finar ls"
I hell rallied Slid bloke Itiio s-eW-r.'tt stotfs
in the vicinity, smashing window ami
door and appropriating what ihey could
get hands on; also Firing. lulu several
houics in the vicinity. No attempt what
ever was made to at rrj-l liie rioter?.
A Prominent negro Republican politic
I in staled iu my pit si nce to-day, that
in one waul alone in the cit," there
were Hi nemo viUr imported from
Ihlee parishes, tor the pUI'Ko of Voting.
I hi y Wkle luken It on pai ihcs h iving
large negro majorities', and nte here to
cany the city for the LVpuhllt hih, In
cae they suceeed in oMninlnir ft split in
ihe Detnoi ratlc lank, oi - tdaoin? a third
port ticket in tho Hel l. Leading JU L-
rala, are now etideavoi ii.g to accoinpllib
thut ol C( t by ihe lavUh n.e ot money, J
ai;d promhei to I 'onset ative sore-heads
of posi'ion-. The movement will, hew
ever. fall. I
Mart rt t Ileal h.
D v fox, i., Octolier 4. A mail was I
fotiMil this mornlnir in n frtplit etir nt Die !
Dayton r.rid Michigan Depot. In this city
in a dying condition Irorn exposure anil
want of proper nourishment. He wa
taken lofhe station house and stiinulents
aduiinl-tered, but he wtistoo far gone to
be restored, and he died In half An hour,
lie was evidently a foreigner ami In search
of work. All that could lie learned was
tl.nt bis name was Charles Miller, and
he bml reci ntly been at work somewhere
iu Minnesota- His age wa about forty
l h niilleliat I With l a.
1 'lie I'airo litilletin this work unluilt to
the breeze Ihe n-tines of Uiienuin, Agnew
and oberly our new t'nket. Hut it could
imt have heen otherwise ; the Hulletin is by
far theabh-rt :ilil best jeui nal in the nth
ern part of the state, and as rncb is. of
course, a true exponeut of the peOle
The tJemicr.vy of the 3 lib fcnatorial Pis
trirt rose up in its miht a'lur tbcmi-t-raoie
work of Auij'ti-t the :id,anil repudiated two
of the nominee of that cinvent!on. The
I Bulletin, a an honest journal, could do
j no more than let the will of the Democracy
I rule and then-fore reognie ihe delcgntev
aicl r.onunutions i.i tlie list convebttcn a
regular. Tim people are proud of the
c nif Istent loui'-e ol the Itnlli-lin, and ra
joice to kniw thtt Us Urong io-ou
"trekes will fall in ha lly a ever iu behalf
of purer and belter men lor puit!iis of
rOH l V VK lKS Hr.r OKr: THU Ft KL.IC.
DR. C. MSLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
r I MI II countenance i pale ami
L leU'letw ulored, with ot vasional
flu-ilic;, or a circuinscriLK.-''. sjiot on
one or Ixjth checks. ; the eyes LetO'iiu
lull ; the jiiijiilsdilate; an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye-lid;
the in e is irritated, swells, and sometime-,
bleeds; a swelling of the tis.r
lij; o "i .iiioiial headache, with hum
nlr.Jl ur thrubbing of the ears; an
urm.ti d s,ei retiuii of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, par
ticularly iu the murning; apelitr
variable, sometime vorai ious, a. ith a
gnawing sensation of tlie stomal Ii, at
o:hvi-., entirely gone ; lleeting pains
i; tlio- stomach ; occasional iuu-ea
a id Jiniting ; violent painslhrough
u i. i!,e abdoiiieii; burtels irregular,
a; t iu'-j . coitivi. ; slot iU .slimy ; not
Hi. :'.-s.i;-u!itly tinged with bl'to-l ;
kY. : swollen and haul: urine tur-
rvsjiiratiuii occasionally ilitfi-
I accompanied by hiccough ; J
i -cigh jmctimesdryand convulsive;
in .' ;: and thsturbe 1 sleep, with
y.i 'i I ag of the teeth ; temper varia
ble, bit generally irritable, &c.
Wi.-. p.cvec the above symptonis
are found to exist,
ill certainly tflect a cure,
ij -rs Nr con mhrcvrv
i y form ; it is nn innocent prqi
..i , iu ! ftrjif ( ,(?.-ri7 the sii:h!-
est iyiiiy lo the most t'ii-Jer infant.
The genuine Dr. MVLane's Vr.r.-Mtrroi-:
bean the signatures of (J.
M'. Lane and Fleming JJiio". on the
: o :
DR. C. IV.CLANE'S
Thcsi ai -j not reeomni?ndcil
t 1'sni ;iy 1 r "all the ills' that
i i heir to," hut in iifiec tions of
F.ivcY, laid in u l Dilious C'om
''; Dy-;ioiisi:i cud Sick H;ad
, e,;- .lis'-a-cs of that character,
.' . laud without :i rival.
; a N n fiivim?
- - - , . 4 . ,
h t: v t ;it!iartio can Ik; used
.'.r.itory to, or after taking (Jui-
- n simple purgative thf-y are
11HW I UK OP I MITATIO.M.
iiiiine are never nnar
J..;. !i h .x lias a red wax iseal on
tl j lid, witli tlie impression D...
M' Lani.V Livki: I'u.ia
Ka h wrapjM-r bears thesigiiatures
of O. MVLvsijiihiI Fi.kmim; J5i:usi.
Id hv all ressf;c table druggists
and country Mton-kei ja rs g.-neially.
mm to suit tbe am
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board. 3d Floor 9 00 Par Day
Spaolal Rata jr Woak or Meatk.
A liiiiltssl number of very deairahl tamily
ruoine can be aeeurait al mutonabla ratea lor lit
'Hie St. liai le i the largest and heal aapoiot
1 House iu Southern Illinois, ami it Uia leadiua
liuli I iu Cairo. Kutw Iihataniling lite "tied
ltock" risliu-lion iu ri-va, I tie labia will, a
Usual, U- liberally snpplici w ith lha very Itrtl
of veivlhiug lliat can lie found la market.
fine larK aainiiln room for rumuiercial trav
eler., on ground floor, lreeof (-Large.
Hit hotel wiliiout charge
JEw'ett wrxrox A CO. ,
1-18-tf I'roirietor .
Leading Journal of Southern
l u. a f o ,.
: 7V fca V"
Will steadfast! oppose tbe policies of rbt
Kapubllean party, and retuaa to be trm
mailed by th dictation ol any clique tn thr
It be.iave tbat th Uepubllcaa party has
I ilfllltd its niiralon. anil tbat the I'taao
'.ratio party a now orrmirtd boulo f ere,
itorad to power.
It beiicTes tbe Ks.llcal tyranny t
or several rears orfraaeil tbe South
should ba overthrown and tbe people cl tbe
Southern State perailtte.l to control than
It bellcv tbat railroad cor(ortlou
sjould b probiblted by Initiative reset
menu from extorting and unjustly drtcrunv
tnatlng In tbelr hudnes transaetlon with
It recognize the equali y o he
fora tlie law.
ft advoctte (res roauierr tariff for
it advocate retuuption. ol tpetl y
ment, and honest payment of tbe public
It advooaiei tconoaay in tl eadsOtol.tr
lion of public affair
AS A NEW SPAPER
rbe Bulletin will publish an tho locai saw
ol Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, iv
litiual. Foreign and General Nwi, and t
deavor to please all taite and fnlarett all
I a thirty-two column paper, turnisbed to
subscribers for the low pries of
$1 25 PER TEAR,
Pottage prepaid. It 1 Ihe cheapest paptr
in the Wast, and I a pleaslaj Firetioo
Visitor nd Faaaily Cotupanlon.
Cannot fall to tea the unrivaJ kuduie
ments offered hr Tbe KulleUa In tbi wis
ot ebeap and proBtablo advmmea.
(OmCS OR PASLOB)
(Until joy dm ttM and trltd ur dt)
(A8 WE GUARANTEE FOR IT)
(Ffjw ctxsiaici oi rti iil Gij,)
(HiEil litslfor 13 Scour Ciite.)
( rtr-Eie Irali via cilirt tcwcl if lie nil,)
(GIVING A TERY STROXC
AND IMFORM HEAT.)
And It. eon true I Inn of I Ix- St.ivr at, ilmple that
Ilia tiarta wl,kli are esvsi to inlena nrateau
1st eaaily aul iintr-lle r-lu.sil at a atall ami br
tliaaioat loeperV-wVd i r-on. We t xir-tx-(Ore
coatVleut H.al Ilia HCAlM.I'.IIT U
l oealevl la Ilia e-eial (nHuta el)
(Croat Heating Capacity,)
(Simple Construction ,1
(Economy in Price.)
Tor Pfko Ut aMiTM
wmi ummm wax
m, 614, 616 4 618 H. Mill Street,
. ST. LOUIS, MO.
C. W. HENDERSON.
MaauCactarara of all KindaofStoTaa fo
Oooainsr and Haatlnar Purpoaa.
tfSi,,t f,rCatah-tie. J --Uw-lt-aw-lr.
City National Bank
W H HJ11.I.IOAT, 1'm.i.Ur.t
IIKNHV 1 IIA1.UOAV. Viiftl
A H SAIHH1, I a.l,irf,
W Al.TKK IIVslJl'. Aaa'l Caaliir
). AiaaT Tavtoa, II II. :c i.ham.
II I., il AXLIIJAT.
w r. iui.i ruAT,
U. U. WlU.IAMS.iS.
Exchange, Com and United 8tatea
Bonda Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS rea-atved and a geaeral JUtklua
r TlroM, I'reoiilent. II Wei!., Casnirr.
I. Sen", Vice l'res'l. I , J. Krrlh. At.t. a.li'r
nmm GDH1TT SUE,
Corner Commarclal At, and 0th Street
. ftruta. Cairo
Wm. Klnrc, Ijiiro.
I. Sell. Cairo. Wm. Wolf. Cairo.
A . Suaanka, Cairo. U. I.. Billuaralay , l t ool
r . Km Ur, airo 11. H ell, Cairo.
T II. rtrlDaiuin. St. 1iiii..
I. Y. Clerii.ua, Cala-lunia
t-eueial Mankina; Hualtia !.
tyttchtnp told and bougiit iniarest pakl
U lh Saving. Ilepartliiriit. Cnllecllub IX a-W,
ad all lenio tt i.rnnnUv alUii-le.1 1 .
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
a B SAKKOKO, 1'reaideiit.
4.8. TAYLOR. ice 1'misleul.
W. Ill sl.Uf , ee--'y au.l I reaanrer
P.W. lUacLAT, iia. UALiaua.
r al Mr.uari.MTM. fllLlj Mill'..
It. II ' CiKMsoaasi , II. I.. II a i. Liu,
jaaai , ...
J. M. PNlkklf.
IKTEKKST lid ou ilepoait al tua rale ol ti(
percent, per annum, March let and ISepleui
iar Ut. I uteres! nut withdrawn it aldel liiuna
1 lately to the princil of tlie ileM,aiit, thereby
(iviuK tliem comvouud iutire.l
Harried Woman and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else oan draw it.
Oib every butine.tilay rroiuOe lu. lo I p.iu.
ml SatunUy avaning lor aaviug depoall only
row e to o'clock.
W. HT8t). Trwaasirar.
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
KannfAaturaahiaoara Horaa ahoesand
oaa Aasuxa Ooo4 Work.
. PATROHAOE SOLICITED