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CTBU8 8. OBEKLY, Editor.
. BAMUEX 3. TILDEN,
f New Verk.
fr Tice-Pr1 Jent,
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
rCHIDBTIAL ELECTORS t
Wm. t. ALLEN, at Jackson county.
Was F. COOLBTJAQH, of Cook county.
tat Dia't-Tbomaai Hoyne.
Id 8 8. Hayea,
M " Arno Voaa,
4th " Thos. B. Coulter,
4th " W.O. Oresn,
th " Jamas B. Eckel ,
Tti -Geo. B. Martin,
sth " -C. W. Bullock
th " -L. W.Jamea,
Juth J. W. Davidson,
Uth ' -W. E. EwIdit.
L.'th " -Charles A Kayaa
Uth " -C. A. Roberts,
14th " O. B. Floklln,
lith -B. N. Bishop,
lth -J. J. rtillipa,
i:th " 0. A. "Walker,
inh " J. P. Johnson.
lth " J.M. Crebs.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
- Vor (i,nvir,
of KeiHall county.
ARCHIBALD A. GLENN.
of Brown county.
YoT Secretary of Stale,
8. Y. THORNTON,
of Cook county.
For State Treamrer,
. ef Clinton county.
For Attom.y General,
'of Lcsn county.
Congressional District Ticket.
of RinJoIfh count.
far Mthr Sutc Bsard o! E ;,ia.iri:iot.
OLIVER P. HILL,
f Vaion county.
Se atorial District Ticket.
For Slate Senator Fiftieth Pistriet,
of Uuion county.
Far Representative In the I,- s'.atureFiftietii
PRANK M.- AGNEW.
of Jackson county.
JOHN H. OBERLY
of Aleiander county.
fibVt much ny be accomplished by
tbsce methods, it miht tKoura-e delusive
captations 11 1 withhold here tbc cxpies
lon of my court lion that no reform of the
elvll avrtUs Id thi-cumry wil! b-j coin,
plete and permanf tit until its cbicl magis
trate lico sii:utliially .1 inq . j alifl e I for re-
auction: exDi'ricLce hiving repeat. dly
expired tae futility of elf-unposs.i restric
tion by can ida'es or lueuuincms,
Through this lemui'y ordy run be be ef
fectually delivered tron bis grcatsst cuip a
tion to o iuie the po-ier and p uronaae
wl'h wblcl the Executive lK.Btiwair
The nobler motive of humanity concur
with tbe material interests of all Id requir
tng that every obstacle be removed to a
complete and durable recoDciliution be
tween kindred populations once unnatur
ally a. tranged, on tue basis recognized by
the St. Louis platform, of the "constitution
of the United State, w ith Hit amendment
universally accepted as a final settlement
f the controversy! which engendered civil
war." But, in aid of a reeu t so beneticient,
tbe moral influence of ever good citizen, an
well a every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their Just equably before the law, jut like
wise to establish a corjial fraternity and
good will among citzins, whatever there
race or color, who are now united in the
ona destiny of a common self-government,
If the duty shall be assigned to me, I should
not fail to exercise tbe power with which
the laws and the constitution of our coun
try clotho its thief magistrate, to protect all
lis citizens, whatever tbuir former condi
tion. In every political aud personal right
From Samuel J. Tilden'e letter of accep
We denounce the Ketumption clause
f the act of 1873, and tec here de
mand itt rnieah Xational Danoralic
See when the fruits of industry are
fathered for the vn of the tuilcrt, that
they are not tcatted by the profligacy
fraud or peculation of your pullie
ogeittt. Gov. Tildeu.
Peoria Democrat: The Democrats of
the Cairo senatorial district have settled
their difficulties, and now agree on a
ticket as follows: For senator, Thuuiss
BUeman ; representative!, Frank M. An
jaw and John 11. Oberly.
Boston F o$t : The Tilden tide is K iting
la strong agalu all over the country.
Nothing but Inexcusable blundering or
neglect on tbe part of the Democrats is
going to stem U between this and No
Hartford Tiu$: The way Hayes went
back on LI war-horse wu a cuutlou ;
bat that was nothing to the w ay he treat
ed his pt dog. He put the horee into
tbe tax list at f 12, while the dog whs as
seated one year at 5, aud tho very
nest year at $1 5J. What a fall was
thai, my countrymen !
Boston AdttrtUtr, (Uep.:) If some of
the Items in the accusation agalust TU
deu In tbe matter of Us sUteuient of In
coins lor the year 1802, were fabricated,
a they appear to Lave been, the lie was
allowed long start ol the truib. fox
ourselves we have never attached" Tory
great Importance to the issue Involved.
rittsburjr lti We have yet to hear
tru- llrst Itadhal stump- orator mention
W. W. Iklkwin, liia salo of office, his
tombstone robbery and Ids triumphant
Vindication of the votes o I the Radical
United States senator, who pronounced
him not guilty alter he had eonft sw.d the
An exchange s iys : An old observing
democrat has a cure omen that Tilden
will be elected. The hickory nut crop
this year will be Immense, a thing that
has not happened since 1850, when Buch
anan was elected. Hickory nuts In
abundance, a democratic administration,
good times and reform will jo a great
Improvement on bankruptcy, harJ
times and starvation.
Cleveland riuiiulealer: "One hundred
thousand dollars ($100,000) Is the ngre-
gate of the Increased bounty which U. S,
Grant receives for four years above the
amount of salary paid to Geo. Washing
ton, to Andrew Jackson or to Abraham
Liucoln, aud yet the party of Grantisui
refuses to favor the equalization of boun
ties to the common soldiers alter years o1
false pretenses and sham resolutions to do
New York H'ori.f ; "In sharp reply to
all these income theories set up against
Gov. Tilden, we have only to say that if
Zacli Chandler, as head of the internal
revenue, will favor us with the income
returns of Gov. Hayes and Morgan, from
l?f!2 to 1870, wo will undertake within
thirty days to establish to the satisfaction
of the president of Union club iu this
eity that, on the moral and legal theories
of the assaults made on Gov. Tilden,
both Hayes and Morgan are perjurers
revenue defrauders, tax-grabbers, and all
thorest of it. Wc will include Chandler
Quincy Herald: "Not a leading rail
road or other corporation in the country
but is reducing the wages of tho em
ployes, and yet the Kepublican press
keep up an incessant palaver about the
revival of "good times." These Kepub
lican papers must have a very poor opin
ion of the intelligence of the workingmen
of the country if they think they can be
thus easily deceived. Workingmen have
the best ot facilitlci for knowing whether
times ar prosperous or pinching, and
they arc pretty unanimous just now that
they are being pinched worse l' employ
ment and wai'es than ever before. The
times are hard, reform is necessarv, und
Tilden is the workinguitm'a only hope."
The American Allinnce.
Mr. Lemnel S. Tyler, secretary of the
"American Alliance," has published a
letter iu which he says that "Gov. Hayes
never was a member ot the American
Alliance," and that no committee of that
"order" ever at any time called on him,
at any place tor any purpose. "Wc
simply notified him by letler," says Mr.
Tyler, "thar we indorsed his nomination,
in answer lo which we received the letter
from his secretary." Mr. Tyler adJs
that he cannot see why anyone should
find lault with that proceeding, "as we
indorsed Mr. 'J lideii for governor two
' ,n,l lin Vlnrt "! !. If
but, on the contrary, he was very grate
lul tor tbe assistance ; only he re.paested
that it might be kept secret, as if It
bhouid become public, he feared he might
It would appear, u tnis is to be believ
ed, that the "American Alliance" is an
"order" which practices arrcat Impartiali
ty in the distribution of its indorse
ments" of candidates for pualic office,
unless there should appear gome peculiar
reason for the distribution. Having "in
dorsed" the candidacy of Mr. Tilden two
years ago, why did "the order" only two
years afterwards, withdraw its "en
dorsement" lroin Mr. Tilden, and "in
dorse" Mr. Hayes in his stead? Did "the
order" within two years discover that
Mr. Tilden was not the kind of a man
who it would consist with the prospec
tive purposes with that organization to
"indorse." Did it discover or only sur
mise, that Mr. Hayes was that sort of a
man r Or did it transfer its indorse
ment" from Gov. Tilden to Gov. Hayes
upon the principal of rotation in Its pe
culiar favors ? It the latter, then la 1872,
it must have "Indorsed" the candidacy
of Gen. Dix for governor of New York.
How was it, Mr. Lemuel Tyler J And
if in 1S03 it "indoricd" the candidacy of
Mr. Grant, then in 1S72 the "indorse
mcnt" ol tho "order" should have ap
peared, along with Xast's Gratz ISrown
attachment, on tho coat tail of Doctor
Greeley. Unfortunately, the letter of
Mr. Lemuel 2j. Tyler Is silent on this crit
It also fails to shed any ray of lumin
osity upon what the deuce the "indorse
ment" of the "American Alliance"
means or is Intended to mean.
or In what way It gives "assistance for
which the "indorsee should be grateful."
vv by did the order "Indorse" Mr. Til
den in 1S74 ? Why did it ludorso Gov.
Hayes in.isre Why didn't it Indorse
I'cter Cooper, Lucius Koblnson, Mr.
Adams, Ben Butler, Blue .leans Wil-
liams, Lew Steward. ni aumw vrai
von Is it a rule of "the order" not to
Indorse" more than one candidate at a
timer If k lg not. whv not "In.
dorse" lots of them Why withhold its
indorswment" from any candidato who
would like to get somebody to "indorse"
for him? Why niggardly limit iu "Iu-
dorsement" this year to Gov. Hayes V
un these points there Is need of more
light than is shod by the eoistle of Mr.
Lemuel S. Tyler.
Tbe kusw Xthlaa;, aV a. May.a.
(From tbe St. Louis Kepuollcau.)
Notwithstanding tbe protestations of
the llepubiicau pre that Itiere is aUo
lutely nothing iu the acceptance by Hayes
ot th.. American Alliance's nomination
the publication ol that tut seems lo have
kicked up a great deal of trouble. The
American Alliance is a secret organiz.
tiou, and seeks to achieve in that way
the objects which the old American or
-Know Nothing" pny failed to accom
phsb by open advocacy. Hayes and
bctlcr were secretly nominated by the
order, and It was never Intended that ant-
hut its memben should kuow either oi i
tho nomination or Hayes' acceptance--
Hence Mr. Lemuel . ryier m tils letter
lo the New lotk Ttmea, published In the
Kepublican vrsu rdav. say ot the letter
from Haves' secretary formally trans
mitting tho governor's acceptance:
"That letur was taken from my ottlce
and was a mueh turprwvit ot nngboay
can be. to ice it in print.
it is mor man jikeiy mat hip omy
thing that would have surprised Mr. Ty
ler more would have been tho publica
tion of tho names of the members of the
Alliance. Having- nominated Gov.
Hayes tor president, and havinir his letter
accepting the nomination and expressing
his deep sympathy with Its principle,
besides promising money to assist the
Alliance in carrying tno (states or w
York. New Jersey and Connecticut, ot
course tho mcmlHTS of the Alliance were
as anx I 'tis for his success as the warm
est friend he has In the world, and theru
is no reason to doubt that Mr. Tyler was
iust as much surprised to see that letter
In print a he says he was.
The other officers of the. Alliance ap
pear to have shared his surprise, and to
have coupled with It no little Indignation.
At any rate, Tyler has been persuaded
that a man earless enough to let such
nreeious documents iret out Is not the
proper man to be tho ouslodian of the
Alliance s secrets, so lie nas resigned, ami
his first assistant secretary has been sum-
marly suspended. Kead the following tel
egram publisiiea yesterttay morning :
.'ixcixxiTi, Out. 8th- The resignation
of L. 8. Tyler, of the American Alliance,
dated August "iolli, waa accepted yester
day. The name of his successor will be
announced on Wednesday.
The resignation of Mr. Tyler was giv
en the Alliance on account of his contin
ued absence abroad enused by Illness in
bis family, and It is not to be attributed
to any recent political publications. Ho
sailed for Euroi August 2.th. alter
placing his resignation in the hands of
proper parties, but it was not acted up
on by the grand council of the Alliance
until yesterday. At the same meeting
this body suspended the first assistant
This telegram Is curious In many re
spect, and not the least significant fea
ture about it is the anxiety betrayed lest
it shall be seen that the loss ot the Hayes
letter of acceptance is the cause of Ty lei 's
resignation. To prove that this is not
so. it is stated that Tyler resigned on Au
gust 25, "en account of his continued ab
sence abroad," and sailed the same day
for Europe. His "continued absence
abroad" seems to have rx-ert of very short
duration, for he was in New York on Oc
tober 0. that being the date ft his com
munication about tnis msttpr to the New
York Times. Besides, the dat ot his res
ignation Is of small lnteret to the people
unless tticy are also informed 01 the date
when the "loss of the Hayes letter was
first discovered. Unless Tyler's resigna
tion ante-dated that, Iw date cuts no fig
ure In the es" at all. and everybody will
believe what Is undoubtedly the truth of
th matter, that he wes dismUed on ac
count of his carelessness.
Probable Success of Democracy in
Indiana and the Repub
licans in Ohio-
Partial Rsturns From Both States.
CoLi Mflts, O., Oct. 10, 10 p. in. Re
turns from 357 townships aud wards,
Barnes, Kepublican, gains 4,445;
Bell, Democrat gains 2.043. being a Be
publicsn gain of 1.502. This don't In
clude the cities of Cincinnati, Cleveland
or Toledo. Th'rteen prcclnts in Cincin
.. r..iit;wii p-ain ''
There Is a rejorttd Democratic gain lu
Colcmul-. O., Oct. 10, 12:15 p. in.
eounlrr iut.rlly enow Ilcpublicail
gains, while the cities ot Columbus. Cin
cinnati and Cleveland thow Democratic
Little can be said ot the members of
congress, except the probable defeat of
Banning in the fcecond district by Math
ews, and Hurd In the Toledo district by
Coli'mcls, O., Oc:. 11, 1:30 a. io.
Foster of Sandusky Is reflected.
Later returns from Dayton thow Dem
ocratic gains which further reduoe tbe
Kepublican majority. Seven hundred
and ten townships Hnd wards, including
live wards of Cleveland, all of Columbus
and Dayton show Barnes gains to be
9,015; Bell's gains 8,375, a net Kepubli.
can gain of 1, COO.
There is nothing official from Cincin
nati. The Democrat, so far as beard from,
elect congressmen In the First, Second,
Fourth, Fifth, Seventh, Twelfth, Thir
teenth and Fourteenth districts.
Coii MDi s, O., Oct. 11, 1:45 a. m.Thc
Republicans probably elect 12 out of the
20 congresmen in this state.
In Cincinnati the Democrats elect their
county ticket by majorities ranging from
700 to 1,000. Toledo gives tho Kepubli
can state ticket 750 majority and Cox M.
This is the largest vote ever polled iu
T a -vn . ,,.,,1 ...lal. il . .a
ju.a Liiuuii, biiu nun mo VOie Ol Hie
city of Toledo will swell the Kepublican
majority to 1,400.
Cleveland, Oct. 11, 2 a. m. The re
turns are not all In Lut enough to indi
cate that the entire Kepublican county
ticket is elected by majorities ranging
from 1,500 to 2,500.
The latest returns are Montgomery,
county shows Democratic majority ol
1,300; Preble county, Kepublican major
ity 400: Darke rounrj., iwo.ouc ma-
jo.iij 1,000; Green county, Kepublican
majority 1,900. The vote Is very close.
but McMahon, Democrat, is proba
bly elected to congress. Hamilton
county, with ouo ward and three towns
ships to hear from, gives Bell, Demo
crat, 26.055 ; Barnes, Kepublican, 25,2'!5;
rlnch, Dcui., 20.530; Boynton. 27,414:
Sayler, Deni., 13.122; Force, Kep., 13.-
I0; Uannlng, Dem., 13,703; Mathews,
Kep., 13,704. The precincts yet to hear
from will give an estimated Democratic
majority ot C50.
Coli'mdcs, Oct., 11, 1:45 a.m. Iu in.
diana 130 townships and wards which
gtve a net Kepublican majority of 43 in
174, give a Democratic majority of 537,
Keturn from 30 townships and w ards
in 23 counties in ludiaua which irave a
net Republican majority of CU5 Iu 1K7J,
give a majority of 245, a Democratic gain
iNDUXAfOUS, Oft. 11, S A. M.
Forty-tour precincts on ft full vote give
Williams gains of H.'. and Harrison again
of 03Don the vote cf 1S71.
Tho' htcbt from In liana, in 17 town
ships Tu 13 count it? iu which the full vote
is received show iMiiociatic gains of 2.j2,
nd ltcpublicau gains ot 222 on the vote
of 1874 ; and in leu additional townships
the Democrats gain .T, and the I'epub
HEMOORATS CLAIM I HK 6TATF..
The Democratic elate central com
mittee claim the state by live to ten thou
sand, while the JJepublicans claim the
elate, but don't state tiio majority.
lsDUXAi-oU?,Oct., 11, 2;35 a. m. Ke
tui ns from 50 townships and wards in 31
counties, which gave a net Republican
majority of 37 Iu l?n, give Democratic
majority of 70H.
A I'hlVA Tt UISl'ATCII,
The following private dispatch v a re
ceived b T. W. H.tliiday:
Chicago. Oct., U. 12:15 a. m. T. W.
Halliday i'liere i very little doubt but
what we have carried Indiana and prob
ably Ohio. II. L. UOODLLL.
Mr. Goodvll is acting chairman of the
Illinoi D'intf ratio M;ite central commit
HAYES AND THE ALLIANCE.
A net liter Lett or Ire in tbe HepuMienn
(( ineimwtf FnqttinT Teleyram )
' Nfcvv Youk, Oct., 8. The following
letter from GovcriU'r Uayes h tS come to
light, and will be nthogmplied and pub
lished here :
"Columbus, Ohio, June 21', l!70.
"L. S. Tyllk, Ls'j.. Chief Secretary
American Alliance, box 2071, N. Y.
"Dkak Sin-. Your favor of 1Mb Inst,
received, wiih certificate of membership,
constitution, etc., t the American Alli
ance. Be pleased to accept my thnuks
for your hili appreciation of myself.
Tru-tiug that I may prove worthy of
the confidence reposed m me. 1 remain
your tciiow-eili.en, K. B. Hayks."
It is signed by Gevenor Hayes and a
letter-press copy is now iu his letter-book
at Columbus, it was a few days he fore
his nomination at Philadelphia, and his
acceptance of the membership is undoubt
edly tin; reason for his nomination by the
Alliance.' Govcuor Hayes will not il.ire
to deny signiujr and si-ndirg this letter,
and the original can and will be produced
arid published in the same manner us the
AX ALLIANCE FALSEHOOD F.XP06U.
New York. Oct. Cth, IS70. To the
Editor ol the Sir : I have re
ceived at 10 o'clock this evening M copy
of a letter of Lemuel S. Tyler, secretHrv
of the American Ailiunee, which i am in
formed ba Ueti nt for pub.ii ation lo
the New York Tt-uei.
That letter .soniy important as admit
ting the fact that theh-Ltej-of Albert L
Ix-e, ibe private secretary1 of Governor
Hayes, ul which h t'ac-siuiile was pub
lished on the -1th of October, was a gen
uine letter, and was received by the i-ec-retary
ot the .Amtricau Allianc". lhe
significance .f that letter was that Gov
ernor II. eyes, through his private sec
retary, promised "aid and co-opi ration"
to the plan- of the Ane-iican Alliance,
This fact now seems be fuliv e
tnblished by the aduii.'tion cf.Mr.
The writer attempts to brnak the force
of the" tact by adding that v. e
dorsed Mr. Tilden for governor two years
ago. and he found no fault with ll.'but,
on tho contrary, was very grateful for
thf assistance, 'only lie requested that it
might be kept secret, as. it it should be
come public, be t'.-ared he might lojte the
This Licnicnt Is a fabrication. I have
inJSSyjU to. believe, and do not believe
0n tiiurizsJ to say that no t-ueli imml.
,.otim was er communicated to Gov.
Tilden. anu at lie never requested that
It be k pt private or made any request on
the subject, fi. Macoxe. Jrt.. Chairman.
O AXX&O. XXsXs3.
m:n n:m m m ns mi
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2 50 per Day.
Boom and Board, 33 Floor 2 00 Per Day
Spoo'a.1 Rataaby Week or Month.
A limited number of Tfry deKirahle laruilv
rooms can l,e -currl at reaeonahle rates lor Hit
The St. Charles is the larKest sn'l best appoiot
el House in (soutl'eri iIIo.km urel la the leud'oe
houl in ( airo Notwl!h-tumliicn the "FJt-i
Hock" reduction in yryt-n, the table will, un
usual, h liber.illy itupp I t.-t with the very Uki
of everythinir that can I f..itnd in m:rWi-t.
Kioe lar(t Hample rooitia lor rommrrt'ial trav
eler, on ground floor, free of ehhrjre.
i! baforac-of'irw,.-,!!, coneyeU toamlirnio
tbc hotel wit bout rhririre
JKWKTT WILCOX i O.,
-18-tf i'roiirn torn
Is7i J..hii U. I'liilli.. ami iLu-.licl
April. A. f
1 J. I'hillie hi.
l!e, exn:ute,l and tl-!iverel lo the ttnilri-ijrnpif,
lor the purpo-e of e. uriii the iiavmi-tit of a
reruun irt,misory notf ther in tiientinmil, a
nu.i -Ht.j io itir lolloping 'lescrilM-il prenii-e,
to-w it : Lot nuiulM-red eik'li!ein (I ) . in Work
aud whereas ili fault hu. l
iiuiunriru i"nr n. in in ity .l I airo, lllitiois
I nSn t itt ill . . .1 u a
' . w, iniTejure, in puru-
iteed. I will U the above d.-rrill iiremi-e.4
j '""" cusiierrHi ny bal't inj
at public vendue, to the lurhet biddi-r. for
rn.ii m natin. at me conn ti'Hif door i ( airo
IUinuiit, on Saturday, the t-Ui ilay of Krtol r,
: i i "' ' ,ne ,'0,"','.' i'o clock, jm.,c.f
, mi'I r.7ir ,f 1,1- , j rM'MI, rf 'IIJI IOln
.-r r-v .Al;Klti " ArrORLt. Trustee.
t.UKK.N AulLIIKUl, AttomiM, n pr.'s-lw
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE.!
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
Is lhe iinu,i Old
Jioh has Btood tho tost of 40
neTiV080reit will not Heal,
AohoarfrtSe88 lt will not Our, no
acno. no Pain ti, a .v.,. li..
man K J . " mu i o nir, 1.1 u-
rfe ot h ly.or th 1 body ot a Horas
doe-not viii'?e!,Uo "mal, that
li-fifui Rt'ored to 1 ifc and
fiorSi! " a Valuable
fOUTV YEARS BUOKE THE I't IILIC
DR. C. M?LANE'S
Ccltbralcd Amcri .in
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
NMIC countenance is ak" iiiul
L lcatlcn-colorccl, wi'Ji net -j.iion.il
flushes, or a circuinsci il)cd j.pnt on
one or both checks ; the eyes become
dull ; thepupiljdilalc ; an azure semi
circle runs along tho lower eye -lid;
the no ,c is irritated, swells, and some
times bleeds; a swelling of the tipper
li;; occa-Monal headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the cars; an
u.'.uvja! reaction of saliva; slimy or
fun-cd tongue ; breath very foul, w
tiiulaily in the morning; appetite
variable, soinetinies voracious, with a
;,-'i;rving sensation of the stomach, ;U
ut'.i r .. t niiicly ione ; flclitig pains
ia t!vj btoma'.-h ; oct.asioual n;u-e:t
in-.! i. i-nirit1.-;; violent pains throuh
o ' I he abdomen ; bowels irregular,
:: ikm n-xtivc; stools slimv : not
t! .:'; 4'k-ntly ti.ij.-ed with bkiod ;
i -'ly s'-vallen and hard; urine tui
b. 1 ; respiration occasionally diffi
t :ik, ;i!,d a' compjtiicd by hiccough ;
m i.:! i ' oaifiti rues ilry and convulsive;
tr.ie.isv awl tlistuibed sleep, with
ir"iiiili:iL' of the teeth ; temper varit
! Imi cv:. rally irritable, &c.
WhtT. ;ver the nbove symp'oim
are found to cxi.it,
DIsl. C. MVLANK'S VI-RMIFUGH
Wil'. (ertainly cITe'-t a cure.
il IXil.S NOT CONTAIN MI KctTl
in ar.y form ; it is pn ir. kk cut prcpr1
i -ti u, i-iSi!'!.' of .' ',' siy I (
(st i;?:rv 1 the m.'jf to:., r iuttst.
Th? "nuiiie Da. MVLwrs Yi r.
M ;r. r. b-.r's the signatures of C.
M.VLa::h and I'li::.!;x; l5;:o.-. 0:1 1'..:
: o :
DR. C. fflCLAME'G
t::-! i,:::i!':-n :tic.M..: :..i. ; .1
cs: :v r-i:i- i u- "l.il th-.! ill., Ur.,1
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p .'i . i)y. : ra l hi-.-k Ilea 1
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r (a:h:t,.iii;j can ie
V ilui'i' t-.lhi ( .u-
t : i cij- are
t ii '.i:u'tU2 r.io nev-.-r fs'.r
!. .h b-ts I!;is a red wax a! mi
i, v.kh tiie iiiir.:s-:,.fi !.
VNJ.'rt I.I VI- It l'll.l.-i.
s'l Wr.tp'.l'-r ll"T.'i I !;c si:-t-: ' , c
iAXE a:: 1 I'j.t .M : n. : l
S iid hy nil rewc?nbc tlr.-yjl-v
ah-1 (' :i!.rv pff.ri f.n' k- i.irilllv.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Rcofiing a Specially in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stovco
Jobbing Promptly Don.
The Grand Pacific Hotel,
Ono of tho Safest and Most Pleas
ant Hotels in America.
L o,Vc,f iBl1 ,U, diffcreat Pafegntarthi Against
ire, makes lt nrui:ti-J.llv r..-...
cnt,y unrttrifone eu.n.ie i,ni,.Cj.n-Tr.. .
"',":'uu, of newmm.ture aUileij. klni
hi - .I' lhv '""S.t ll-l"t'y furnislwH holsls "5
- iii.il ir iJvflslliy UI flCblbTn avlir.
.as.es unytlin.K ot the kind in the wrH '
tv"'"iJn oi thr houl u perftsct; liaTina
ne-y modern imurovement.
Cost of Hotel, $1,500,000.
Cost of Furniture, $400,000.
cill- sn s-ntlre Mqnttra. liatloK
rroiiinff, or i.oao ien.
Ntanljer of rooms, COj; suits of rooms, with
rtf",r,nift''t"',f .'i "r i""
V ,of I"""'! UmninK-rooin, l.j'.v . uu
i;-.i.M 1'ro""'na'le' cf otiict,
I'riceof rooms, with board, l.no. 3 m m
'V. ami 'i.Kn ,r Iuy. jiccorU-' '
au1.-u''.iln'1 ":ryic UB1"nd. beiDK be
aW.?:rVT,W ', '
iu? I-Th V"l"',,r,min"l tt.K or
I o?n i " lli"se iiF8iriDir lo visit Uio Kaposi
liond i-,nic the month cf fse,,temlr. 1
san.r i,!;'?l",C"' Mrurt. slutins' I-ricefc n
same, l.y lrlryrsib, at our expensr:
J0HS B. DBAKE CO., Froprntot..
have votj thied
For ess in Summer and Winter.
WIlHuM SOILING or SCALDING.
No Rough nanda !
o xellow Clothes !
Ho Wash Boiler!
Ko bteam in the House !
lriU''r''.V,wl1 uat,,:r T'enalfr Mot to In-
JUIe culilis. anil .nnri..r tor IniW.nH kh.u.
S'.l'l t StorSi. or a rli.llv lLuir. lalll 1.
eiil, Hii, ., ulibj-trca iKtpaid ou rM-eipl t.f on
'""y .n. filty ni.. uui rvlub.'w Uealr
Z hi fverv promiusnt H.int a. sKt-tit. WHU
noia a liiM-ml sriangtment will be msue.
J. H. BIOOAIX,
urti-dsw-'m 1 Market M-.tOtlt
Subscribo for '
Iieadino; Journal of Southern
- - - -s . ,1 t r .. et
Vi'illsteadfantl, ojiposc the i (!ick cf rl.e
liopubllc.vi prty. and reiuse to be tram
melled by the ili.-utlonof anyclbjue 1n the
't beaeves tliit tiie Hi j.ub'.ksu J aity has
fjlfliltd itn lul-slon. and that th Petto- j
rallv. party as r.ow organized !ioi:l. I c re. j
tto;ed to power.
It bt-'iitves tbc Hvln-nl tusi.r) i
or SL-i-rl jtst. ot'iTesM-u tbe i-outh
Lo'ild be ov.-rtl.towi, sr.d tbc j,enple cf tbe !
Vouihern :ntr jcrmitte.J to control theu
It (relieve that ralirovl coriiorxtlon '
sliou'd bo i'roLiihiU-1 br l stive i taets j
iu L'.b from extortin: and nicest:! cltscr.m- I
nalinjj In their buins trsnfartloc with
11 rni-o(-tliC the cruail!V O I v
t t!m law.
It advocates free cf-r lu-ri e
t iriff for
it advurato icsumptioti of ( ee ii- t )-. j
meet, an ) bonent iaytac-iit of tbn pub!U
Jobt. it atlvousie. economy sr. t! e adurdsfrv
tlon of l ublt.: aflatrs
AS A NEW SPAPER
The Ilullotin will publish all tb locai new
ol Cairo, and a varletv of Comtnerclal, Vc.
Ilttcal, FurelKD and General News, acd ec-
deavor to please all Usts and in'trett all
T II K
U a tltlrty-two eotumn papor, furnisjien to
subscribers for tbe low price of
$1 25 PEU YEAR,
f Obt(e prepaid. It Is tbe cheapen papt r
in the West, and is a pleasing Klr,.sice
Visitor and Family Cowpaclon.
Cannot fail to see tin unrivui Lid.i-e
merits offered br The bullo; in lu tbt wss
Of cheap and profitable advertlsemeuts.
gfjji. O! '
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
f. i.nv sn K M
W Lt rcvrr t't
Is Ahshisly Without & Paull!
If on. 37, 99, no, 47, 4 0 And 40
Area Mam-lottc Combination 0r
An t all tot ,uitUd Polutstbat lo .Vale nit
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
trt-r Ollcrel lu ilte I'ubllr
Ms.lt !,!- Iiy tbi-
Excelsior Manufacturing o..
N.-i. i-', fell, ill and ci . ,.;n !.,
M. I.onis, Tin.
C. W. HENDERSON.
'.-.I.-a .-!,v ii, A w
City National Bank
li AI.f.MiAV, rretnlent
Hr.MiV I. II A 1.1.1 lA V , Vic Tri al
A 11 SAHoKIi, t aabi.r.
W AM 1.11 HVbLOl'. Asa tCaahl.T
I ". SrTt I MIDS, K II. C jieiiAn,
lit J.. IUi.Lii.aT, W f UauifAT.
I O. I). NVlLLIAJJ.O.I. SIKI'IISM llllll,.
A . . . Arronu,
Kxchnr-gc, Com and United States
Eonds Bought and Sold.
DLI'OMTsj rwwived auJ a a-em-ral Tbankiiia
F rtro.s, rr-i.nt. II Wells, Cn-bitr
f. ff. Vic 1-res't. T. J. kvrth. A.t ntk'r
oint Comuierclul Avu .i:J btb Btrsnt
K. J'ro.s, Cairo. Wm. Klupe, ( aim.
I'. Ni-C. airo. Win WoliV, t airo.
. cusauka, Cairo. K L. niliinKley, M Ixjais
. limli-r, Caif) H . Wells, .airo.
V. II. Ilrinkninri h-t lxitiis.
J. Y. (Jlernson, Cu!vlotiia.
.eHeinl llnnklns; RusIums lne.
rKsclianK soM ami bought Inturrst paid
n tlie SviUK Kepartmeut. I oMectiona iimle,
nlail b-iiiuea. i.ruuiiitlv attndcl to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. n. 8AFFOKI). President.
S 8 TAVLOIt, Vice frvniik-nl.
P.U'. Babclav, Cmas. Gamoubk,
r. M. trot arm h, 1'aix d. bcni-H,
. il. ClNNINOIIAM. H U HAJJ.IOAr,
J. if. rillLLlK.
IN TFRE8T paid on deposits at ths rata of sis
percent, purannnui, March 1st and Haptem
Mr 1st Interest not withdrawn is added inims
liatcly to the princil of the deposits, Uisnby
(ivina them compound interest
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no ono
elso can draw it.
Open eTtry buamcssday rroui8a.ui. to S p.m.
s i caturday eTenings for savings deposits oalf
roms to a o'clock
W. HYSI.OP, Trsassrsr.
SIXTIT STREET. Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMEBCIAL
Manufactures his own Horss Shoes and
can Assure uooa won,
. PATRONAGE SOLICITED
rjrilTCIOur lanrs lil'c-liks steel cnriaviuas
""Ir!!.: ' lb i'rs.idsntisl Candidati-s .ell
IV a alsTslB Co ti Wall st..bos .i3.N.Y.
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