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CTBIT8 8. OBERLY. Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
AMVftt. 3. TTt.DF.rf.
ef 'w Voi .
ret Vic fieshlem,
THOKAS A. HENDRICKS.
flCmDMTuir KI.M TORM t
Wm. 3. ALLtKlf, of Jackson county.
Wav F. COOLBUAOH, of Cook rotmiy.
1st Dlet-Thotnaa Borne,
14 " -8 8. Bar.
3d " Aruo Yost,
Uh " Thoa. B. CoulUr,
:h " -W.C. Oreen,
eth " - Jamea B. Eckala,
7th " -Oo. B. Martin,
Ma " -O. W. Bullock,
nk " -I W. James,
luth " -J. W. DaTideon,
nth " -W. E. Ewtnir,
lath -Charier A Key.
l.th " -0. A. Robert,
14th " -O. B. Floklin,
Uth " N. Bishop,
Uth ' -J.J. Phillip,
t.th -C. A. Walker.
iHh ' ' J. P. Johnson.
1HU " -J.K. Oreba.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
ef KetHall courtly.
ARCHIBALD A. OLENN,
of Drown coumy.
Knr ccrrury of Si ale ,
; 8. Y. THORNTON.
cf Coo'., county.
I'or Slate Treurer,
f Clinton email) .
I'or Attorney General,
Congressional District Ticket.
WILLI AX HARTZELL.
of Randolph county.
I'or Minbti State Heard of Equalization,
OLIVER P. HILL,
of I'nion county.
Se atorial District Ticket.
For State Senator Fiftieth District,
of Union county.
For tUpreacntaiivcs in the I.cc-'.Uitviix--1' i Tiietli
- FRANK X. AONEW,
of Jackson county.
JOHN H. OBBRLY
of Alexander county.
1V denounce the Resumption clause
J ike act of 1875, and tec lure de
mand its repeal. Xatinnal Dciwatic
Sec tr hen the fruits of industry are
gathered for the use of the toiler, that
they art not watted by the profligacy
fraud or peculation of ywr pnhfu
aqent. (Jot). TiU.li it.
WatTEKHOX, of the Courier -Journal,
will not aain be a candidate
for congTcs. His iicce?sor is to be A.
How much money did Albright advance
Dithoa to feUrt bU little Ava enterprise.
He pitches Into J. IL, Oberly in a very
spiteful way and will continue to do io
i Ion; as the money holds out.
Ovsof Tenbs" free son recently
m-J be pfofoed to lr Emerson Ettter
sif (peak in "tphe ol bell and high
lttT." Tbe ftlJow Ko nil that btJongt
to tie Bob. lagmoll i'ie of the hou-.
Jut Paivi I been tet free.. One
by on U f4iai.ocrer are befog re-k.e-i
trota cooSoetuenL MtKee will
toon be up in hit tuactMia directing edi
torial. McDonald and Joyce would
Lift been out long ago, but it wat feared
poiitWwi capital mould reult from it.
THE .VbriyKt Jwnt: -'CliOse off the
bolter at once. Iauu them that the
will of the people must prevail." It is
bad enough to have a corrupt candidate
iu the field; but when be employs an
editor who doi not know the differ
ed between "Jearu" and 'teach,"' we
are of the opinion he should not object to
a hooL whether inixd or otlierwis.
II A 113' OW5J hTATt
llaye' owu ute, Oldo. was barely
evcd to the Republicans. To preserve
it they ipent labulous uui ot money,
and applied every ex jedier.t known to
modern political battle. If new-wary
I hey would have attempted the use of
the bayoDct. That iuetrumeut they keep
lor tins eo)vle of the Soutli.
1MB FATK Or JOHN I). Ltt.
The Mountain Meadow niaa re look
plao nineteen year ago. It was one of
the most brutal slaughter that darkened
tua Mormon page, a wagon-train of end
grant ucetlug death at the band of a
company ot Mormons, led br John l.
Lee. Although so many veari nskami
iwiv thft lnw tainted out ih
T - W
man who ahould answer lor Hie bleach.!
bone that lay white and ghastly upon the
ttlsln. Ho was tried and convicted, tmil
on the loth of next January will U bot
by U) authorities ot the territory, he
bavin; had the choice of death by be-
Deadiug , uanguig or snooting.
Th execution of this man will not etui
lb punuit arte tho leader in tie ma,
acre, sad to a taw months we may bear
of otltstn trtvuiug iuo route seiectca by
Jltllll v. i a.
Wc liavc carried both Indiana ami
West Virginia tho lormer by 7,000 ma
jority, and the latter by 10,000. These
two states were placed upon the doubt
ful list by the Democrat, but claimed by
Ohio, of course, went for the Republi
can party by a majority ot 0,000. Four
years ago the Republicans carried it by
a majority ot 12,000. ' Wc have reduced
it one-half, and when the fintil fctriijrglc
takes place next Vovemlxr, will wipe it
The fail is apparent (hat in this tight
we have broken the power of the admin
istration and forced Its leaders to the
wall. In Indiana every eflort was made
to crin-h the spirit of liberty and reform
with the cry of tresoon, bloody shirt
and u united South. In
Ohio it had its t fleet, but
the mhii' of loyal Indiana fought
it back over the border with a vehemence
and power tliat cannot lie mi-taken.
One by one the state of the North and
South arc linking lninds in an elkut to
destroy the powtr of a parly actually
dangerous to the liberties ol the Repub
lic, and when the Novcnilrcr battle takes
place we arc certain the banner of cen
tralization ami sectional oppression will
fall ijefore Unit ol erpulilv, reform and
an inviohtted constitution.
Democrat every where idiould celebrate
the great victories to the cause, anu con
tinue to work until the linal blow in
The bastard convention that placed
ilileman, OU-rly and Agnew in the field,
was called by a senatorial committee
elected by tho first convention. Is the
creature greater than the creator? Al
lie call it a bastard convention, while
he knows he is bought hotly and soul to
do tho bidding of Albright, who would
not scruple to send an agent to trade oil
his friend Townes. This man Albright
would sell out any man politically op
posed to him. He i bold and
aggressive, and would not fear to
send au agent to throw Iroto the track
Colonel ItobTownes. Wc do not think
the Democratic party will suffer much
even if it should Avoid a e.oii)promiie that
would have Albright on the Democratic
ticket to the detriment 1 the inl rests of
I'p to the present time ..Mm H. Oberly
has not accepted either the flrst, second or
third nomination tendered him ; but we
cannot now sec how lie can refuse to
make a Ji, 'lit against Mr. Albright and
his parasite of the Alhriyhl J-jimwl
Wc were warned the other day by an
agent of Mr. Albright' not to avoid a
compromise, not to write so as to nuke
a coiupromi.se unavoidable.
The compromise was all in the interest
of Albright. We proposeil to use our
humble influence to attempt to clear the
Democratic field providing Mr. Al
bright would leave the track, but were
informed that no compromise could be
effected unless Albright' name wa per
mitted to stand.
The Democratic party cannot fail to
see tlut Albright is the fountain of all
the troubles, and that he will have no
compromise except at the sacrifice of
the interests of Townes, to whom he is a
HtUtnan, Agnew and Oberly is a ticket
that ought to orerpower the one opposed
to it the ticket headed by a man who is
already making an attempt, in the name
of compromi-e, to give away Col. Bob
We did not desire to publicly expose
tills scheme, but thought we would do
so as the cominenut-ment to a campaign
against Albright ami his little Journal on
the edge ot Jackson county.
I NLRSOX CTHERIUliE.
Jn 1m Kuicrson Etheridge, one ol the
best speakers iu the South, used the fol
lowing language :
"Call me Democrat, even I.ocoloco.
call me auj thing you please except Radi
cal, for wheu honest men are asleep, and
when the bat ami the owls are abroad,
Uien do they meet In secret conclave to
concoct their schemes of villainy, and iu
the morning they may be tracked like
the snail, by the slime the have left be.
uina incm ; aiei wueu i ix eome so low,
to debased as to indorse or defend Radi
calism, may the grass wither leneath my
leet, ttie woods deny inc shelter, the
earth a grave, the sun her light and
Heaven her liod. '
Last July he joiued the white Hayes
and Wheeler club ol Memphis, and is
now stumping the state iu the interest ol
Radicalism. When he uttered the above
strange language he did not contem
plate a change to Radicalism. At that
lime new leaders had not stepped in
to sour bis disposition and ervert his
principle. Supjwscd wrongs caused
hlin, like Arnold, to turn his back on bo-
roic achievement and go wiili the
enemy. While we consider KtheilJgu a
brilliant ialer. we know that his old
influence has passed from hi grasp and
left hi in Impotent for harm to the iartv
of progress. We knew him when he
was the pride of '1 einiosK-e. Few there
will even honor him tor bis past senict
The cure be i nit, mm,, i,;,.... ir ......
, w,. v
follow fast iu his footstep..
If the first senatorial and representa
tive convention was illegal or irregular,
so as to render Its nomination invalid,
how can it be insisted that the senatorial
convention lias any legitimate existence
or authority to call a second convention ?
If it had no legitimate righ; to call tne
second convention, what right or author
ity has tllf Albright Journal
to hoUt the name ot Ham Irvin
among what it terms the regular nomi
nees ol the first convention? John H.
Oberly was nominated by the first con
vention, by the Cairo Sweepers, and by
the last convention. The convention ol
the lSthult. was the last and final Demo
cratic convention, and its nominees will
carry a majority in the three
counties ol the district in defiance of the
I.ogan influence, in defiance n puid or
gans, and in defiance of the cry of negro
schools. To argue with a paid orsran as
to the validity of the lat convention
would simply be a waste of time. Wc
consider it the true convention, and will
stand by the result, be it what it may.
II the Albright organ consider it an un
authorized convention, then let it take
down the name of Ham In in. and by do
ing so act with some degree of enn-K
tency and common sense.
I m: in. Ai u i..w .
Joe. I. Hobarls, the k'uling Republi
can of Southern Illiuoi,, is the proper
person, in connection with Albright's
Ava paper, to support the Townes and
Albright ticket. Jim; wants I.ogan re
turned to the I'nitcd States senate, and
he would not give the Tow nes and Al
bright combination a support unless he
felt satisfied Logan, the author of the
black la iv, would not lose by it. The
black la v, passed by the legislature
iu lSj,!, provided that any person w ho
brought a negro or mulatto to the state
should bo lined not less than $100, nor
more than $500. It provided Hut
any negro or mulatto who should come
to this state and remain ten days, should
be fined $50. and if he did not pay forth
with, he should lie sold at auction to any
person who would pay such tine and
Robarl.s gives a strong support to
Townes and Albright and John A. Lo
gan. He is anxious for the lion. John A.
Logan to icutaiu in the I'nitcd States .sen
ate, and he know when; to throw his
support to assist in (he accomplishment
of that object. Joe is u politician of no
mean order, and will do nothing to in
jure bis party, and that is why he is giv
ing such an able and energetic, assistance
to Hie Tonnes and Albright tieket.
mi. h.uiiimi r .io it ti..
In its salutatnry it sa it i to br a
lixed institution iu its neighborhood, and
will have in view the welfare ol the com
munity, the interest and improvement of
the town, and shall be a journal of the
people. Iu politics it is to be Demo
cratic iu spirit ami truth at the same
time acknowledging the rights of others
who may diflr w Uh it. True to its
teacher and founder, it attacks John
U. Obeily, denying the validity
of the convention of the ISth ot Septem
ber, while it raise as a nominee the
name of Ham Irvin for representative.
It denied the right of the central com
mittee to cull that convention, yet raise
Ham Irvin's name as a partial result of
The Albright Juui-aul will last until
after the campaign until Albright gets
through with it and it editor.
At the Journal masthead our readers
will find the names ol the regular Demo
cratic nominees, nominated by delegates
cnosen uy the largest mass conventions
ever held l.i this and other counties. All
others are bogus. Albright' t Jvurnul.
What are ycu doing with the name of
Ham Irvin at your little mast-head ? Did
a large mass convention nominate him ?
You seem to show an amount of stupid
ity that h appalling. Ham Irvin was
nominated by the Alexander county
delegates iu a convention of their own
making, and up to the present time we
have not hear J Mr. Irvin say that he rcc-
ogul.ed the nomination as valid. You
have overstepjied yourself. As to the
negro school bill, you arc either falsify
ing the record or lack sense to under
stand It. If you are directed by Mr. Al
bright iu this tricky attack, we can av
sure that gentleman that wc feel satisfied
he would not hesitate to let Tow nes go
by the boar 1 to save himself.
HUM I till. SillllKZ I HOI 1,111.
When Carl Schur denounced the ad
ministration four years ago, he surely
meant it. Such language us the follow
ing could hardly be misconstrued into
anything complimentary, even If we are
compelled to rccogui.e the l id that Carl
Schttr is supporting the figure-lit ud of
the administration power: "And .thus
it is that the great name, the great au
thority of the Republican parly in its
uatioual capacity, is bwiug used this very
moment to uphold the ino.-.t atrocious
system ol government which thicountty
eyer saw. A party which cannot live
and probpi r unless it le supported by
corruption; a party that cannot prosjK-r
uules it be supported by a revival of the
old war feeling, and by tearing open
again the wounds ironi which the people
of the I'nitcd States have bled so long ;
such a party, wheu it hat come to that,
doet not desevc to live.'
Diu lion Towms know that a com
promise was sought that meant bis over
throw and '.he election of Albright :
ALL HAIL. IXMAXA!
The Entire Democratic State
Weat Virginia Rolls Up 10.
000 Democratic Majority,
While in Ohio tho Radicals r.ill
Through by the Skin of
IMII W .
a ii .tun lot om mill i..
Ini tvtroi-H, Oct. 11,10:15 p.m. Al
though it has been the field of many
hard-fought (Miitieul struggle, Indian
has never witnessed such a desperate
contest u th-tt closed yesterday, a:id it is
not at all strango that the IVnioer.;ts
should have b-.-ou wildly jubilant at this
day and night as the adlitiou tj the re
turns lit cived confirmed the judgmeut ef
the sanguine ones last n:glit, that the
elite had been carried by a good round
At Ibis hour even their victory is ?o
well asured. both by ollicial returnt from
more than one-hall the counties of the
state an I scattering reports from nearly
half the precincts of the rem iining coun
ties that the question is vi ry clearly re
duced to the simple one of the amount j
the DtMiijeratie majority. Nevertheless,
intensity of interest in the result does
not seem to have abate I at all, and the
vicinity of iln; committee headquarters
continues thronged with people. The
bitterness of the campaign iu some meas
ure accounts for this c ntiuniil anxiety
giving to l'c smallest details unusual in
tercut, l"i: it i- in a great degree due to
the singular manner iu which the Repub
lican committee has persisted, iu the
face of f n-ts, ii: denying their defeat.
wllilt there i- best reason to In Ii. ve the I
lender- of that party had
;i vk t r ai i lion...
Last night or early this moruiug. h. tlie
remark of Oen. Harri-mi. and a telegram
from the chairman H the stale committee
to Kilpatrick. clearly indicated. Rutanv
public avowal of this Idling was pcr-ist-enlly
refrained from, and the crowd. w ho
hung about the Republican headquarters
were constantly a-snid that the state
had gone Republican.
i.Mir correspondent visited the private
room where the Republican committee
was canvassing the returns about an hour
ago and was freely told that the Demo
crats would have two or three thousand
majority. Just as he was leaving the
room, however, the crowd was brazenly
assured from the window of the same
room that the result would be directly
It must be apparent that this singular
eflort to conceal the true situation hits
some purpose, and there is much reason
to believe that it is intended as a cover
C'OXTK M II. AT K U Mi A I OS,
Which are relied on to reverse the result.
Haviing failed to get in the vote ol the
negroes colonied in the city, the count
ol the votes in wards has been delayed as
much as possible, with the deliberate in
tention to falsify some of the return.'. If
thai can be done without detection.
The Democrats are on watch, how
ever, nnd are confident they will fail in
any effort ol that kind.
That the Republicans have made bold
ami unscrupulous attempts at frauds
throughout the entire state, there is the
strongest sort of evidence to prove.
A messenger was dispatched l tte last
night from one of the precincts iu Mont
gomery county and arrived to-night, re
potting to'.the Democratic committee that
one ot the judges, a Republican, had
1 KTIN' TO STl'VK ll.tl.I.OIS
III a box, having ten in his hand at the
time he was detected. That precinct re
turn considerable Republican majority
and will undoubtedly be thrown out.
The watchfulness of the Democrats pre
vented most ol the frauds which had
been projected, however, and this was so
strikingly the case In this city that the
Democrats even thought they
had carried it lor u while
last night. Ih.it was an un
reasonable claim, as the city and county
are strongly and unequivocally Republi
can, having gone Democratic but oneo in
eighteen ears. T,c Democrats are now
satisfied by the indications that they have
reduced the average Republican majority
iu this county nearly two-thirds, and en
tertain no fear that they call be cheated
out ol tint gratifying victory.
I'IfUl COCtIl 1.
11. I i r. i.Vour correspondent called
m ut the Republican committee room,
ana was introduced as a representative of
tne St. Loins ,v publican to most of the
big moguls, i iuy candidly conceded
Y.i t'"1' '"'-k'ntf no eflort to denv it,
although they knew the information was
u" i i ,"r,1,,; lpublicun'n readers.
with this cheering news, your corres.
pom lent says good-night and returns to
ii .'iJU,s ,,y '"'dnlght train, confident
mat i he associated press can be relied on
to tell the rest t the tale.
Wt.ht iuuixi .
MKliiHK HKTl llMs.
r..wr"!'!US,i,W- V.,ct. ll.-Rut very
vJ? -Vi r 11 ived from this state as
ion!, r n m'iyh however, show. In
h t,.,i .u s' ai" ,,r Uott- l-luh.
tains for 7i ,,st t UV
ft ' . i N'.,lU1'vs. Dc.ii.Krat. Matth.
V ' ""'"y will probably reach lOfjiat.
IVinoeraiK'. thus securing tor them two
I'nitcd Stales senators . l ite vote of this
city and county is not yd reported in full.
Knougli is known, however, lo I
the election of ihe entire I cmoeratic
UH". K U10.1 IT I.I. TIIIJOl i.ll.
t oi i Mt , Oct., II --Further returns
from the country show continued R-puN
licui gain, which still kvp It true
soincwlist altcad ol the g.tiiw mad. bv
the lHiuivr.it in the l.trc r citie. It
now apjHMr tint if the ,snte rv ,i is kct;
up in the remaining hilt ot th: co;in:re
the Rcpnhiic.vi gains wid more tYu od
st t tho h in I nvshoci county, rn t
make the Republican majority li ihc
state about 7.IMV.
John J. Thompson, chiirci.vi el iV
iVmovrslio stale coimuittcv, ,-s.;od;-s
the tute to Ih KopuMicnn.
1 he election ot Mt:ho. ot r U.vi
ning In theSstv:d d;trM U ,1 es l!v esti
mate ef gun i:i Sh; orj:ivUtiV. d.--I
r iot U.e suae ;t j;;n Usj i jh:,
mtu-cly : R public-ins. I." ; iKuuvr.!,
: cam ot i 'osii;r ssujt u.
fho surt;ussl rvfini tr, ".i ll u.'vti
countv l:o tint V. v: r.. Rep-.it-.Ku:i
eauihd.ito lor sr-prvsvf i , r.i!
!os-t of lUru.'s tw-f'y iO sal v-.trriv
t'ic cunty Py I '.v tvy 1 1 r ..-t sNo ti
atsea-l ot ittr':es in My .ti.t vv' I -ity 1 s.
The RepuWiva:! KMiortry t:i C.n t-
county cm tits vr t vi : u ;.' .V," .
on siipr tt)c juJe o.''0.
Cuyahog-.i wti.-ity coirp.'vlt . vv.u S t ! c
prectic.-t. show '.!.- IVficc
seen t.try et tJc.1 t :'e .'.'.'i ;
jti !gv a'K.iit I1 M I. -s..
-j ..v g.
t-ry ticasy g-tm.s i r I.
other coiuit.e os, ts tlds.
r tr is-s f
Clarke tvm'y g-iins'-Vt ; Wsrivn
H'ghUud. :sv. ; 1. 1 a n. nco, I .
I le rc apjH-.irs to V i.o d..?.' I ubo-,-.; tic
election ot Rtt-uing i: ti.e ssvsid dis
triet by abtut .V tu ijoriiy. ..yii-r in lie
First di -triet h.i abouc i.'sf.i m.ij..i;y.
Ofi'n.'iat figures t niiot be had. but 1 u- ll's.
publicans cv!n-cle tin ir i lection.
1 ho -Yiiiiiirr oilier.
At any hour up t midnight, a knot uf
a doen iwh or lit'y might have been sn u
in front id the !.'. otli. e with iru:''- in
tently tixtd i.pou a eanva-. uhmi whieb
th; returns wt rc e iibla.i'in-d bv the aid
of a magic lantern. The efii.it of the .-
ticattrio the pi pu'ar tr.tii'g lor t i t
tioii news wa- a failure. Ixcau' nobody
wanted to stand around in the I.'- n ni.'lit
air. shiveringly eonning ilispatehe cook
td (if in I he interest of the party he dele-ted.
when In- could get the same news
in a hotel lobby, where co-ktiils wire
coiivenkiiily ne.ir and the genial clneri
IH'ss til the place helped to connteriicl the
fleet of bad news. Neverthele, tie-
magic lantt rn man received bis pay iu
advance, performed his eniilnn-t to I t.e let
ter, and didn't care a cent whether any
one took notice ol tit? liiiht he wa' trying
to shed on the very dark suhieei of ele -tion
A I "fllK I, Mill M ."'
The '-; V.i- (ailed to tii'ike a big ilis
I'ijy List night. It had a terrific calcium
light in icadiness to spre.i l the law ol a
victory iu Indiana ii it came. Hut It
fail d Income, and the calcium was kep!
under Uie tlcsli. Cheering news did not
come iu big batches, and the .bnlii-t ins
were few Iu the front window. A few
crumb of comfort wtrcthrown out, how
ever, to the trccniug patriots that remain
ed on the sidewalk: hut they in nowise
indicated iliat the state hud gone Repub
lican. They were awfully indefinite.
One announced that the vole of two small
tow ns would not bo counted until to-day,
and the other gave a lew scattering re
turns from precincts in Indianoplis.
There were no ringing dispatches that
the state had been swe pt by Republican
repeaters. The result was altogether
indefinite. There wa no need of the cal
cium. 'I II F. I'OOI.-llOOMs.
The pool-rooms looked verv dreary.
Telegrams wire icccived nt all of them,
but it was known flint nothing definite
could po-sibly be learned during the
night, and everybody repaired to the ho
tel lobbies ami political headquarters to
learn the latest intelligence. There was
whatever on the probable result iu the
BIXTn STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL,
Manufactures hie own Haras tihoes and
can Assure Oood Work.
. PATRONAGE SOLICITED
1 1. Stewart I: Do
Hv Opened , iu their Warehousra on
Wabash Avenue and Wash
A Largo and Well Se
lected Stock of Foreign
To Which They Invito tho
Special ATTENTION! of the
lion In Mftt.r lnnr).
We will stale tlut tlie surest, best and
vpTdle-t w v to imtlttplv mill inc. "
Is to rati at No. 12 Wall xtr'i el. New Yotk,
an 1 r.mmli wtth Alex Froiliti-chiin A-Co,
l'h-'o fonilfiiti'it, who lima Imu been
i IcIiMcd w ilti lit? history and sllaits til
nil s'ref t. mo tititmmlly skilled in nione
titt t ,t;l iu, sn.t In rvrrx lliinu spM tabling
to spofut.ttio.'t, to i,iin'f-iii-d lor ntitlliy
,tiut i .otic if ,ift , ll in.tf nl'it be snld tliil
tilllie tti.im IlieUi r In tletl city Dm art
Hot eii'jr lite n l poii'r. t in nlv.i Hi
IV.Cst Hlfffssl.ll ),,-st 1,,,,M' d, Itltil lllltht
w oi. t ".now ii in oi'
all . 1
nc.tr I In I. init) of
.Xir-oitf II, o t ul,ivici o! Iii Ihi.i of
Mi x fto.hn'.v.' in Alii, io soiiu t our
If td '. ,u I 1 1 j ivf lit tltt e rili?in, who
iv tnt.n'y ln t.btfd t-tll-r l.ibora if Uiia
t,i l.r in i, Ii ol l ho w i n'ltt thry Itotv eidet .
Iin:n; Ui .ti'- ant aii,vrml rvpn
ietS' e ol Mfv.lv, ;, Fllhliik'lim A t .,
Ill l.i' ci! t t'o't Ii.it p t-srnrd lor t!it lli lt e
'i ruttt'. tf l. ( Ulioil ler lii'Utly, llitf.
r.lt an 1 ttt:!i. slid t i'lo biisuifs liitit
.s'l sil iu i 'fo'tlior. I t f.i.'. Ih
sic.oiinl o( ( i-e.ifs ilone ly l'U lieu-.' 111
iIi.'ivii.m'i'U tfiru ,uttf ilniii wnit.l.T
f a . e. !lf.i I 'tut tti stil'joil id emu
to. : t. tl Mf I. til . Isil to t'SiPtl ap.n lout
o:'.'.f i t N a .' cui tt.H'ti'ii' the tiutli t.f
li. l -t r ! ! iu-tit.
llv'tt iutii;r to e outfit flOto f'.'d
r.' ' tv M . rli ititit f-si, aud o en. I
rit ! ..-ii t'i, y slum can rxplalti; but
i'i ? ! t y stuc-td in i1i'in u l laot I'n
1 Vi.ettit t admit of doubt. II you
t.-u' l i!f'i ii.l -i,i'n i'.y :i:vit jour
i.i 'ioT.do tiet lu'-it.iie i t f ttur Ihl "tinn
"i i '..r f.-ti ud i ei. lit, io e. 'Ilialtiysii
i i u tilr-3 a-i l-iinJaiit rewanl,
i.'v i ti I .in t ,t I leiian' el cur hc
0Ci".fs sttf-t. I hp eiiissjty of t.iWm'
,t e.'n . tt the-o times of tillering
fiiks u,l rjii oi. i il i ii-ertK y must be tip.
? trvtit I i tit, i-t iii'titb-rent and earole.
M.-s-r.- A!' l'rolliii'i:htiii ,t Co., are
re.. ..red f -je-t i.kuu'v to any ainmtt In
".! I'f-t s,- Mirii i suil in t:cry tritn'ac
: .'ii' i.i t t.i h th. y may Lc niraVed liUir
snti e iu'i."i s.-.tis.'.t.-iloL to tlio-. it liu hoiiot
lliin itietr j..ilonio.
0"s.-ii'l f..i i;i ir K'.ila3:iloiy Circular
tid Weekly li'-perf. whirli they mail lice
t' all who d :. t'lfiii. -..f A. )'. Jt
f..f..':.. .4...;! pi l"; 7-ls-nn..liii"
Iviuikil Hitler Wine nf Iron
tri be n kniti n to lall iii the cure of
icikn. -s. niii lei
I w 11 ll sy ni loin. ; India-
posiiioii to i i rtieif. lor
I uienmry, aim-
i iiltv ot li' i alLiru', genera! weakuets, horror
of d:-t ;t.-e. wcmK, in-rtoiis trcmtiiing. dlvad
lul hoi ro of dfaih. ni-.dit swritt, eobl feet,
fiU.i--, limn- s. of vision, laiijuor, mil
tarsal :a-itud'.r ol t!ic mtisetilur r.y ttin,
eiionii i i appetpe Willi dM p:i; ") Hip
t:n. Ii 't luii'ls. iIi.IjIiil' d tin l.u (y, dry.
If- i f '.lie skin, pallid oiililt-n.n e slid
t-ruj'ti ii-ir n the face, piirityitiz tlie blood,
t niti in the ha -k, heatints ol the etelnl-,
try 'lfi.t lilacii split ilii)K t't-foro life f-yes
widi temp r.-try Milli-ioii and lo of silit,
wti.t of atteiritii, etc, 1 hesu stinpluiu
.ill ari-u from a weakiu-. nnd to ri uirdy
licit, ti-c I.. I". iMinUel't. liiltir Vt'iue of
Ir oi. It never i.ii!. l.n.isan I re row
criotm hitllti who iiute iisc-U it. lukr
j otily V.. C f uiikol'.
j U '.v.n o ot i-r.ioO' rf. ir ar.,1 base ilnit.t-
ll')!i. A Ivmi.I.i i li:t?i-r l Mil' ef 1-1,11 In
so well klio.vn all over the country, drill-Ci-t
tin in-' It tre.1 e ;,n iiiiit Htloli nil t Uy
to -i I it oil to l he r cii.totiti is, when :Lty
( ft!! tor Kuiiki 'r II t'c- U in! of Irou.
Kiim'k': "s list', r S inc of Iron i put up
oiily in l biiitii net has it yellow w rainier
nicely put on tin: on. side Willi tlo pro--neiir".t
pti-jto-.fijpM on tim wrapp r of
each l.el'i". Aitatiook lor the ph(l
ifr.qiti on iln i ni.i i, atd you w ill Uka
be Miif to -.-l li;e -. mi. n.'. ' One dollar ptl
bottle, or six lor c I I by dru.'is s and
alei - evert, t ii. re
.M.I. WuKM- IIKMOVKD ALIVE.
II. 1". Kunkel's Worm Syrup never laiU
'o des'iMj- Pin Seat mi l Stoniaeli Worms.
I'r. Kiinst-i, tl e on y -1 1 f.-e-l ill plo-ici in
who reni'iti Tap.? vVorui in two hours
H it e, with he d. m;. i.o fee lllild rcniot cd,
'oiiuiion seti te.n'tn-D tji.il II Tape Worm
be removed, a'l oth.-r worms can be readily
destroyed. Send tor tiieu'ar Io lr. Ktm.
kel. No. 'iV Nertli Ninth street, idiil idel
phia. Pa., r.r nt!! on your drue-.ist nnd ak
lor u ln.itij of itutikrd'H Worm sirup.
I'lii-e. l.O i. ltl'.cter tail.
i 1 i
In tlii I nsl rict Court i,( Hit. I 'nil, I -tnti-n , I'or ll.t
Soiillifrn lo-tin i nl Illinois, Im Litekruplf ) ,
In i le ui'ittrr of Miclittel Mfill,,.ii) K IViesrf
.Notice Is hcri-liy (fivsn Hint a .i li'ioii Nun been
llfd in sadl roott l.y ku!4 -Mn.-liiiel Iteill.inn snit
lter..ard Wtil of t aim, in tin- county of Alex
uietcr, in -.id ilistrict, iluly ilei-larel bunkniiti
ilieler Hie uct ol i-iitiies tit li k-i Ji.iI, l-t7,
for it ili-.fliuiafi- ami futilicate then of. from si I
their ili-lil nnd utlirr cluim j.roval.lc ilieler -uld
act, Mel Hint the ;'?tli iluy ,r onolier, IsTS. at
elet en n'cli-k a. io , U us..D-l I'.r the luarini.'
ol ll.e sume liy ihe bu ol court, nt Hie I niit-'t
SlHte Court loom n the city id Hprinirflelil,
Wliciiaml where hII i rf'liton of said baiikriipla
aiel till nlhir - r- 'ii in int. n ml, luuv itltrnd uiel
-licit t tii-c, d .-.uy Ilu y lute, tt hy tiie prat e nl'
-Bid .t:ilioii- houhl not Ir jrriuit il
I.K'i. f. UoW J-.V, Clerk.
I incitr .1 I an. laii, atiorui'tn tor ,H'ti'iirs.
1 '- I .iruiL'iiei. Ill , s.(1,e. JC .. I. t.
WllHHA-. .Il.h'l 11. 'hli;u, u Kaclui J.
I'liillia ki, wit,., .y their certain .ale inort-(-,
ejcun-.l tn.il liva-i-t-J in the tiiileriiiuis
mi the !U ilay i, April. A.M. l-,i, ili,, .
Hie pin o.e of h i a n a ei-rlaiu iiniiiis.i,i y
liole Ihereiu rneiit lli-i , lm,- j;a-e to l,c uudel
suriiel Ihe I'ollowiiijf iliscnlml preniitea, to
ttil: I lie luidiVKli-i niir-hnll tr lot numhered
Itvo (.'). in blo k iiiiiiiIm H'l thrte (i,in Hie
I ilyiddoio, lllinoia i and ttlu-ivus ilelaiilt Iih
been ma-le in the payment of raid rmle ; now,
l hen -fore, in piirsuaii e of tin- am horny eon
fi iT'-d l.y talii aale liinit(iiife, I will w-ll th-
ahiivuliK-iiln-il premise, nl pnhlie vendue, to
the hu.'he't Imlilt-i-. 1 .ru'li in Imnd. ai Itas iloor
of (he coiiit hoiii-e, in I iiiio, Illinois, on Halnr-
Itv, Orlelicr j-ni, A. I , IH.'D. at ths tiutir ef 'I
o i l-, 1 1,, p. m , Oi nul day, nld aule In I with
ml n 'I'-nipiioii.
Ai r IM Il II siAH'OItll, Morljraeee
.I:KI N A t .1 1.IIK K I . Allornejs. il-(
HHI I IAI. Ml I KIM.
MothCl'S t au Lf.iii heal Hi for tlitiriliil
ili t-.-i inc I I-. at ar Ilieinstlve. by Hi unciofCaa
loia, a M-ii'ift Bub-tlittite fur Cattur Oil. It is
ii!t-iitc!y liKiink'Hs, and is pleaaunt In take
as hnnc) . -'or WiniM'ollif aour atoiuafli,
'uruii in- fiunttipatiKii, lor oiui( or old, time
ia not It i i.j iu existence lil.u it. It 1 eertuln , it
is sMiiy( it in clieiii.
Caked Brcasits, Rimmalibin, cia-
i-ia, atri-ll u, .riiiM. eliir joints, burns
fuhla, .(.i.-,noii Pin, and sll fit-nil, bone and
li.UK le niliiicnt, -n he ulirolnb-ly cuied by the
Ct-utuuT liniment. Wliat Hie White Muluient
i. lor lliti bunmu family, Hi Vellow Liniment
l-l lor p:it incl. yullid and lame liunes and aid
day anarsassM asiaf oai
iu m ml urn i mtw m
aiOO a riM,iiiU
i. Aucer twiuk
Tlo soo.1 AMchU. suer
sou? rmsT season.
HAti'DSOMt DBliiDLE ANfl '
K Patent G::::i5 Iron Wit;: Urn,
cnxEnruL as an open rnus,
Aud s pt-rfto't CoialiiiuiUori d
ammiii & i::::ti h cf r&ei.
t !T"lf your Tinner h:i not got au a.-oit.
ini'iit, send the order to
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
612, 614, 616 k 618 N. M2!n :r!t,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
O. W. HENDERSON,
'-:i-e.M -n rtoiw
, AGUE .
L Curious Good Thing
111' eourte ll.'.0,..lt;;
1 Lut ol.iju. p jidur.
IT C I I I N A l.l.
In'1-f lii,i,Mri) r.m.
.n-oiiii. Iiieml lor,
ra, is. at lusallm,
al.-tot.-trl..' I Itei ttitl.a. Heart
las h 'a KtaSgVTSlr'
i ! IP.J , t M,r tYmmm 1...
. lie, a. .. rllB.,jto;.. Tr-
a:,., .o... et n..li .,(alina.
I i... ...nt. : u ,r
fl. '..,., rid.. I sr.. I r
a .ui pi ' , i,' i, . . ..I,
s. ' la.ti.v ii. i,i ' l-
I I . I'J 111 ItOU. p -I.UI.
' .i"a . s ia,nit.
. ri.r) sartKI ..(
r. v. riai
I I -,Cfc.e.
Iu tttiiB Ital ll..lmaa's Ayes
I H 1 1.1.. Ul.ll
, i.ii .. sa t. Iii Mu.i, tin. it n. prB,sBsil
in. lri,r ,,.i, km i, ,.t l bn her, sbuh !,.
.M, ri.rt me .. .,t, .:i.al I stls.; m
.....juei,. r. 1 , ,LjU)lLi tu( brslii, itaa
I run mail) fr L
... . t
1' .p-i r ffl't- rono,
. Jo-.' n iroKSTON.
, ,, " ''t i'. lim.lrr 11,11.1.0 O
. 1. rii-rM'T M .r , r..ni,'Tu.i,t'it
i... 1,i.Iil UnlmiUia l. r out, a. uuMn.
I W 111 e... I j m ii,,u druiiitt. iu a t
. .- p ,-,r.. r- II 1 ."I " Ll. , .,,, 1. ,,
iiaI.oi, b ,tt lait ,iiuerti.i
Br. D. W. raircliilil, Prop., Cmclmti, o,
O AUTSOBI !
1 1 eteiytl.ltijr ln.l,le HOLSIAN'O rKVlK
AM ACJL K ANi) Llv.tt Pa lis. int sst ,IumI
Ur tu.t tor uaiM. wilb 4 balloiiul ri-pntstliiii ter
ti.ir rfti. . r, KK VKIltu lnlNi thFEITKH
ANU IMII'A'fKli by tlun.. erupiric., aud uulr
'llier t-amra. heme srs s tlrmdlr !., a, i.lh.r. so
I-ur thsn .0 n,u. ti du.i. THKV ikl BASK
t K A CIiM : rittftt up In .-II i,n Hi" ilal( D of the
rsniiii,". HI'T NONE Bt T HOI.MAla'n, BKAIilNti
111 ein I UK AM SH..S A H IU tL.i.hr SVOI4
in Ui.a(.p.iiilineot . Ld iuisxttiou.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
l Ibr liratiil iM
Which ha a utood tho tost of 40
There is no store it will not Heal,
no Lameness it willnotCure.no
Ache, no Pain, that Afflicts the II u
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Comostio animal, that
does not yield to its magic (ouch.
A bottle costing; 25c, 60o. or 91
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, ond Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
U herens, on His Isih ilav i,t April. . I .
Is. J, John Ii. I'liillia. .i, hui'liel J. I'liillia Iii
wile, executed and delivered to the uuderaiKunt,
lor the pin os o aecuriair Hie payment of a
certain pronii'tory note Ihereiu nieiiliouel,
tl ii.l 'let J Io Hie following rteserdietl preuiiaea,
lo-wit : Lot uumhere.1 eighteen (I"), ia blot-k
iiuiiibered lour (4), in Hie City of Cairo, Illluois,
and where default liaa keen made in lb pay
luvntot taid note. Now. Ilieretnre, in iuru
auee of the authority conferred by said Irual
ilid. I will ell the above described piemutea.
ut pulilic. vendue, to Hm blithest bidder, for
cadi in hand, ut Hie court house door ia Cairo,
lllinoia, tin Satiinlav, Hie itlb day of October,
A f., 170, st Hie bourol o'clock, u.ia.,ir.
said day, tuid asle to liewillioutieiltaopiioa.
ALKKKD B. SArrOItD, f ruates
CKEEN A OILBKKT, Altorneys. aepra-4
Boot and Shoe Maker.
Has re-opeued hi establishment In flit
Where can be found an extra fine to;k
of Kooda in bit Hue.
Uive Jones a call. - ' 8d9-lf.
Of Every iHrsurlplltia