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CTBUS S. OBERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TIQKET
l or rrejkicnt.
SAMUEL J. TILDEN,
of New York.
f f Vice-Prei Jrnt,
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
PRKftlllKSTIAI. F.M:t TOIM t
J. ALLEN, of .lckc county.
F. COOLBTJAOH, of Ok c-nuny.
Cis't Thomas Hoyne.
S. S. Hayes.
' Arno Voss,
' ' Thos. B. Coulter,
' W.C. Oreen,
" James B. Eckels,
' Geo. B. Martin,
-C. W. Ballocli,
" LW, Jamea,
J. W. Davidson,
W. E. Ewlntr.
Charles1 A Xeyes.
O. A. Roberts,
-O. B. Fioklln,
R. N. Bishop,
-J. J. Phillips'. ,
-C. A. Walker.
J. P. Johnson
OEWOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
of Ken&U county.
ARCHIBALD A. GLENN.
of Drown county.
For Secretary of State,
3. Y. THORNTON.
of (."'ink county.
For St.ue Trcnturer,
of Clinton county.
For Attorney l"cnrr.J,
of Logan ceuniy.
Congressional District Ticket.
tjf Itamlolph rimtity.
lot Mcmlcr State It ard of Kqualiation,
OLIVER P. HILL,
of I'nion county
Senatorial District Ticket.
t or State Senator Fitticth llistrirt,
of I'nion county.
For Representative in the i,it!atui-e--fiftieth
FRANK M. AGNEW,
of Jackson county.
While much may be accomplished by
these methods, it might encourage delusive
expectation 11 1 withhold here the expies
ftionof my couvlctiou that nt reform of tho
civil cervine la this country will he com
plete nnd pcruiauent until its cliitl m;u;i
trste U conHtitutlcnally disijuuliiied lor re
duction; experience having repeutsdly
rxposed the futility of f elf-imposed restrii'
rion ly candidates or incumbents.
Through this solemnity only can he be f t
fectually delivered from his greats- tempta
tion to iulfiir-e the power nnd patronage
with, wbieh the Kxecutive i necesMirily
eharged. From Samuel J. Tililen'B letter
The nobler motive of liuuiauity eoneur
with the material interents of alt in requir
ing thtt every obstacle be f emoved to a
complete and durable reconciliation be
tween kindrid populations once unnatur
ally eitranged, on the banii recognized by
the St. luin platform, of the "constitution
of the United States, with It amendments
universally accepted as a Gnal nettlement
of the controversies which engendered civil
war." But, In aid of a result so benefit-lent,
the moral influence of every good citizen, as
well as every governmental authority,
outfit to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their jufct equality before the law, but like
wise to establish a corJlul fraternity and
good will among citizen, whatever there
race or color, who are now united in the
one destiny of a 'common self-government.
Jf the duty shall be assigned to me, 1 should
not fail to exeroie the powers with which
the laws and the constitution of our coun
try clothe its thief magUtrate, to protect all
its citizens, whatever their former condi
tion. In every political and personal right.
From Samuel J. Tiiden's letter of accep
tance. ll'e denounce the Jltgumption vliius?
if the art of 1875, and tec hi re Jc
luand it rrjifil. XhiIohuI Ikmoratic
Sue icht'ii tlic fruiU of industry are
ij'Ohrrtd for the uae of the toiUrt, that
ihttf mrr not wasted by the projUgaey
fraud or verulatioii of voiir public
ogrntt. Gav. Tildeit.
Till: BrLLETI.V r.tTAHI.IMIMF.Vr
f Ott SAL..
1 am anxious to go out ot the newspaper
and printing business into another bu-i-
ncai.and therefore offer the w hole Bi'ME
hn ranting KtOablishuient machinery,
type, building, and good will of the
newspaper and job ollice for sale upon
the easiest kind of terms. This news-
puper and job printing t'tablisliineiit i:
the uett appointed one in NjuUk rn III!
nois, and i a inoney-inaUin concern
Any one whit wishes to iisage in the
linsini'ss will dud UiU tit lie un ei-elU nt
Inquire attltn I5i n.r rix oilier, ol Mr
I". A. Htirnetl.
M. -fi, l.sTti. John- Il.Ohnu.y.
HeuQCiU'iriot the Fiftli llt di-trU t, let
IV i. have iio feeling In, this Towu)
Albright "imbiilf."' All we want U to
te a frx.l tii Let in the th-M, to that
victory may te wade ecure.
Tilt. Kl.Vt toRI Al. l O.fTI ST.
f-VCII the. .tr;)u;tii'irrtnl M'C.s the limiil-
writing on tin- wall, mid now ml vises the
wiihdiawjil of t.'ol. Tow in s friuu tin; se.n
t'iri.il eiiiitrst. l'lie iirtit li: in whli h tln
J, J. give this eiisllil lulviec we huvt
copied into thisiiunilM rof the Ht i.t.in t,
and to it wo invito the attention of our
renders. It is well written, r.tid should
be read by every Democrat In the district
belorf election day.
"The laet stands out in bold relief,"
My the Arym-Juurnal, "that Colonel
Townen cannot be elected. If he desires
Democratic Minces, his duty Is plain. It
is to tstep out ot the wnT of It. It ap
pears to us that the good taste mill gen
tlemanly instincts which bo is unani
mously credited with possessing, should
Impel hint to this course." To all of
which we givu most hearty approval.
But the Artfus-Jmunnl has iv condition
upon which it recommends tho with
drawal of Col. Tow nes. and that
is the siuiuitaiieous withdrawal
ol .linle Ilileinau, and the nomi
nation by tho committee ot another can
didate Hon. .(esse Ware, lor iuotanee.
We do not believe this condition should
be imposed by a party that admit the
certainty of th detent of Its own candi
date, and we shall feel in duty bound to
stand by .Judge lineman to the end, if he
is not perfectly wUltiiy; to net upon the
suggestion of the A-J.; but we
are confident that Judge llilemaii, who
entered the contest nut fur tho
purpose ot advancing his. own in
terest, but lor the good ol his p;irty and
in the interest of the cause of reform,
will not t-Und in the w -ay ot aeUlcuiciit
of the Democratic diirereii'.es in tin's dis
trict. The nomination of Hon. Jesse
Ware, in place of Col. Townes and Judge
llilemaii, in accordance with the arrange
ment suggested above, would, wo have
no doubt, give general satisfaction to the
Democrats of the district. There is not,
in h11 the circle of our ttojuaiutaiice, a
better man than Jesse Ware, and as
senator he was one of the most faithful
ot public tervauts. Union county has
had the senator for ix years now. She
was entitled to it again, if s.lm desired
to reward Jesse Ware for good services
well done,' because it is wise to li'iop in
the legislature your industrious and
honest men as long as they will consent
to serve the people ; but, when it was
announced that Mr. Ware would not serve
again, common fairness suggested that
the seitatorship should have been allowed
to go to Jackson or Alexander county,
unless l'n Ion had another man for the of
fice of extraordinary ability. Col.
Townes is not a man of such superior
abilities, anil he had no particular claims
upon the Democratic party. More than
this, the result of the election would prove
that the Democrats of Union did t.ot de
sire his nomination. Well, now,
it we can get back to C-Jesse
Ware, the honest condtlous of
the implied treaty between Union. Alex
ander and Jackson counties, may in this
way be restored, order bo brought out
of chaos, and peace be brought back to
the distracted ranks of the Democracy of
the Fitticth district.
Let us 'M word to tins, if tiij-i plan
of settlement is determined upon the
committee should go farther, and make
a clean swivp. It should, in a formal
way, set aside both Mr. Albright
and Dr. Agnew, .'fid nominate
two other candidates in their places. Mr.
lrvin would be a good selection for Alex
ander county. He would get all the
votes of the Tow nes men and mostot the
votes of the Hileinan men. The other
candidate should be taken from Jackson
county some honest farmer, upon whom
tho Mayham and Josh Allen Democrats
might concentrate. Of course, Mr. Al
bright would not yield. He Is his own
candidate and would not retire to save
the Democratic party from destruction ;
but for all this the committee should do
iu duty in tnc hope that what it may do
will result in the accomplishment of the
desired good to the Democratic party
of the distracted Kilt let li senatori.d dis
trict. I.KT l it tiUtll love fk.ivum;.
Come, Anti-Townes Mulkey and
Townes Green ; Anti-Townes Uross and
Townes Crawford; Anti-Townes Allen
and Townes Wilson ; Anti-Townes Dun
ning and Townes Parker come now ;
and also Townes and Hilenian, Ictuma,
Morris, Douton, Andrews, Williams,
lrvin, McIIallic and all tho rest come
now, and let us.ln tho spirit of Demo
cratic fraternity, fall upon each other's
neck, kiss all around, swear that we
never meaut anything by our little row
ings, and throw up our hats for honeat
Jesse Ware ! Do, now. Be good boys,
and do this wise thing. And more than
this, get together and determine who
shall be your candidates for members ot
the bouse ; and, having come to a deter
mination In regard to this matter, btick
to it. Come, now ; be wise. A love
teast is in order. We ate anxious to fall
upon somebody's neck the good Demo
cratic neck of Dave Linegar, fr instance
and be forgiven. We know that David,
if we once had him by tho neck, could
not resist our appeals tor pardon, al
though he is one of the best of I euiocrats
the admired leader of the controling
element ot the Democracy of Kgypt the
great Reformer of the day. Come, now,
boys; be 'at peace. I-t the loye feast
lltM'IM OTi H KU iM.K.
Agriculture and horticulture form the
subject of the centennial article in Lip
piueoii a Miigtutite lor November, and
are treated with the fullness und ability
that have characterized tho whole series.
Some ol the linrt displays in both sec
tions are well represented in the engrav
ings. Another illustrated paper is the
Iirst ol two, entiiled "Walk, and Visits
in Wordsworth' Conulry;-' by Kllis
Varuall, a liieml of the poet ami his
family. It fives not only good descrip
tion or the lovely ' Lake Region," but
many interesting anecdote and iersoiia)
rcuiihis.ei,c-s. l'rolesor Hart writes on
Higher Kdueation" with the authority
that belongs to hU intimate study of the
subject, hill presents some LOVel views.
The Wagner Festival i dbcuW'l in ft
short, readable pHpw ; 'Lady VarKnr
sends another of he Fouth 'African Let
ters, and I.tjcV IJ. Hooper denribcs the
Curior-ilie iifthe Parisian PoMofTior."
In the way of fiction wc have the begin
ning of George M.ii donad's new spiial,
"The Mnruuls f Lossle," which open
with some striking situations, and will
be welcomed by all the author's admir
ers; a further "iii3ttillinnit" of "I.ovo in
Idleness,', and a pathetic nnd well-constructed
story from thy German. "The
Pendulum ol Fortune." In the
"Monthly Gossip" tho most noticeable
paper is an unpubHuhcd storv of Lord
Byron nnd Mary Chawocth.
Six white men, going home from a
Democratic tnre.tlng nt Kdgei'ield court
house, near Columbia in South Carolina,
on the 18th inst., were llred into by col
ored men lying in wait lor them by the
roadside. One of them wo killed and
another severely wounded. Some United
States ollicers, nt the request of the
whites, went to the spot, and while view
ing the body of the white man, sent for
the coroner. This nlTieer wns nlso shot
from ambush, his leg shattered and
his horso wounded. The nutting
that the white men had filtcnded" was
quiet and orderly. The associated press
dispatch that contains tho fitregoing in
formation Is headed by tho Chicago 7Vi-him-.
"Wrong, it True." It doe not suit
the purposes of the Ti ihim t. believe
that outrages in the South again-t life
and liberty have more than one sldi' the
side painted by Radical partisanship.
The report that a body of unarmed
Democrats, proceeding pouta-ably home
ward trom a Democratic meeting, is
fired upon, one of their number killed
and another wounded is not what the
Tribune wants at this juncture of the po
litical canvass. If it could, by any possi
bility have been tortured into a Demo
cratic outrage, the mildly denunciatory
hcadiugof "Wrong, if True" would then
have spread itself out into a tierce and
flaming column editorial upon the blood
thirsty Southerners and flu ncecs-ity of
"We are not the b.triiaiiaus the Repub
licans say we are." shout the Demo
crats. "We. arc not. cold blooded mur
derers of negroes; vve would not give the
colored man up to slavery again : but
on the other hand, we accept the s'l na
tion and will deal justly with theiti. Wc
are his true friends." "Down with
Obeiiy," shouts Albright; "lie is no
Democrat, because he says a man who
assaults a negro child bitviuse ir, wishes
to go to school ought to be lined. I town
with him! A Democrat U a man who
believes hi the right of all I lemoerats to
assault negro children and keep th'-ru out
of the schools of the land. A negro has
no right to be educated, and the man who
says he has. Is no Democrat." "Hip !
hurrah for Albright i" shout a peculiar
kind of Democrats in response to him.
Well, if Albright U a Democrat in his ad
vocacy of the right of Democrats to as
sault negro children. O lerly is not a
Democrat and would not be for fifteen
thousand dollars a minute cash in hand.
1 1 Albright gets in he is going to drain
all .he swamp lands of Southern Illinois.
If we bad all the lauds that are not
swamp lands' under cultivation, this
might be a wise movement ; but if Font
ever gets the state to go into the draining
business and he will not, of course he
will know who owns tho swamp lands
before flu; draining work commence, and
he will not be left. 1 1 is drainage hobby
i; a big "job" in contemplation, which
he will be unable to get through.
'I'll K Kra-Ittinoimn, a Republican pa
per ol Jackson county, is anxious to se
cure the election of Mr. Albright and
therefore cries out occasionally: "We
like Oberly, and don't like Albright.
Oberly has some features ot a Republi
can; Albright is a Democrat whom
we fear." In this way it believes it will
induce the hardshell Democrats to vote
plumpers for Mr. Albright, and it may
The hardshell Democrats arc apt to run
after men like Albright.
Gov. Cuambum-aix ot South Carolina
does not arrest the Republican negroes
who tired into the Democrats at Caiuhoy
in that state on the 17th inst. Throe white
men were killed and sixteen wounded, tho
dead men mutilated ami the woiuidcd
robbed, but Gov. Chamberlain has made
no arrests of the guilty parties, fearing
that the cflect of such action no his part
woud be to turn the friends ot the ar
rested persons against him in the elec
Tiiu Cleveland lhinll notes that the
4th ol March next, inauguration day,
falls on Sunday, and that the president
will have to be inaugurated on Monday,
the 5th. There are several precedents
for this ; the second inauguration of
President Washington took place on
March 5th, I7S.1 ; the inauguration of
President Monroe was performed on the
5th of March, and that ot President
Taylor on the 5th of March. IsM.
Mit. Aluuigut. iu Jiis ignorance, op.
posed a; proposed appropriation for the
Illinois river, because he believed it was au
appropriation for Copperas creek, and
not he claims that he saved the people a
large sum ot money by his opposition to u
measure that never w.s bcioiv the legis
lature of this slate ; and there are Demo
crats who will vote for him !
Tut: Iriai of Alexander Sullivan for
the killing of Francis llanford in Chica-'o
on the 17th ot August last is now going
on in that eily. It e. M iles intense inter
est. Tin. Moody and M.inkev meetings in
Chicago are largely attended and religious
enthusiasm rates high.
Kn iii days more of this month and
seven day of Noveinitcr, and then
UrMH'.iifcS will propubly tpeak in
Cairo on Thursday next.
; v... vii.; -' '
tu our lal number wc left Mr. Samuel
J. Tilden at t int epoch of his sterling re
form work in and ir the Stale of New
York, which m :'.!' "i"' n I''ilnr at
home and alrx.id. that ii. together with
Ills previou-l; Known abilities., integrity,
and service, si nn d for hiiu the umiuali
fled lau latiois ot the leading Republican
journals of He country at large, and par
tlcularly ot tie New York journals, con
spicuously iiiiiing which were the New
York TrUunn, ami the New ork Tit,h,
the latter iiuisnutablv one of the ablest
and most intm-ely lb publican papers of
the United Mates. Within the lat Sew
months it bed and published the follow
ing sentiniens trom its heart of hearts
concerning tie excellency and exalted
inteirritv of Mr. 1 ildcn : "Hie voters
ought to est cm il an honor and a ptivi
lege to elect Samuel J. Tildeu; I in has
phown h'nnsill a gallant, conscientious,
efficient foe ttcorruptlon." (Nov. !. ls"l.)
"Mr. Tildeu would make a very good
candidate, luiiic is a gi iillein.in, an abb
man, uud a man of very high character.'
(July 21, W-l. Mis noble work in New
ork called otr. then? aim similar encom
iums, exprcs-Oil in the hearty languagi
of catvloi and honorable frankness in all
tin." Icailing IN 'publican papers nt the
country. And how could they do other
w ise il they took cognizance of his brave,
noble, f'earles-single lieartedness in Mak
ing war, and su'-eiv-siiM and victorious
war too. upon the gordian knots of cor
rupt, thieving. life blood sticking raenliv
Democrat t ha: h.id eaten iuu and wen
swallowing tin very v;lalnt the t.mpiie
state ot the I moil : 'ii : Ili it ini!it
with his boasted virtue aid
Iron will had shown but ju.-t one ti nth
the fearless coinage and ability, common
honesty and uiip.ntisaii integrity, u
bringing tin; icc'inge of law and justice
upon tin- Rjuiblicau thieves, rob
bers, and hyociilieal hamies. conno
rants and buzzards, that have cau-cd i
noisojiii sicudi to rt.rk up for the list
eight ve.-trs Iiom the highway ani by
ways whicli leal t' the Government
Treasury. Ib.w many companions
would now cindifc'ii!y peep for day'iirht
through tin: inn crossbars wilhMcKee
of that sifiiiug Republican gos
pel paper the (,' .','-. n.wi-nf
But Grant's elihi'iicv in civil
matters seems only to cousi.-tm -ending
aniiu;:! iiiessagi s on civil reform hobbies
to an eag'-r tiwuey irrahbinsr congrc
Who have nU '.line to li-'i-uto his Co
them) noiisi iise; but so infatuated him
with their energetic activity in money
getting l.'iat seiii-ocea-ioiially lliev se
duce the' virtuii" but "strong willed'
man to j-iin tluiii in a little grab that is
not worth more than '.'.i.tMHi a year to
him. But his be-! role i that of blunder
nig into mo cvueiicc ot wnisky rings
and tappliug it sver in au.ii awav that
a whisky thief ouinot be convicted under
the law. Had ;ie not thus awkwardly
gobbled up tie evidence with the
whisky, poor i.abcock would loisg ai-o
been the. geuiitl of poorer McKce. and
with him been peeping through the lat
tice of solitary contiiicineut and rumina
ting on the iiukindest cut of all." Hav
ing a low id a just indignation to
tinge our phraseology, v, will
now ascend to the less aujeetiveal
regions of substantial diction, and pursue
with isir reaT the thread of our thenii-:
It is a ivnurkaMt! ireiuustnueo that
the selection of ii president by the people
falls iu the centennial teapot our na
tion's iudepi'iilenee : It is also further
remarkable tint the preservation of that
independence -eiiuirc us to remember
with more 1 1 ait uual carefulness the
eminently Internal warning ot the
father ot his oiutry that "I.ternal rig
Hence is tho prie of liberty." It is alio
still further remarkable, that just at this
Juncture there Miould bo us one ot the
nominees for resldenr, the very man of
all tho men in the whole country, which
the times demrnd, and who passed the
crucial test o: incontrovertablo proof ;
And stll turthrr, yet again It is very re
markable that prior to his nomination,
that he was tip unmistakably and de
cisively cxpresied choice ot the most
numerous, best, the purest, the youngest,
the strongest, tnd the most iuti.lligent
men of the poultry, and such a thing has
not happened before to any man since
the days of Washington. The thieves of
his own party lave long the most whole
some tear ot bin ; he lias wrung cnciuui
unis and.plaud ts ffVnn all the candid ele
ments of his political opponents. .In
deed, thousands upon thousand of them
arc lorining into voting battalions for
him, led on by oiioh men as Gens. Franz
fcseige. Hooker. Palmer, Gov. Koerncr,
Gov. Curtis, Charles Francis Adams;
and host of others, who like them, have
gone over to r. Tilden; senators gov-
f mors, general, savants, scholar, poets,
historians, (.users and founders t Re
publicanisiii in every state ; Professor W.
G. Suinm r, of Yaf.e College, who wrote
tho Republican platfurm of Wl of hu
state two years ago, and the German ele
ment ol the whole county, uud time,
would f.iil u- to tell the ever increasing
COL. TOWNES' DUTY.
Tie linielh Keiiwlorinl IMslritl
Aauiu I'rcorut liuty ol I ol. I uu
"I I rieiiua.
IMotiml City Aigils-Jomii-l, Oi l. -.'1.1
The time lias arrived w hen the influei .
tul friends and supporters of ol, R.
u. Tow nes in I'nion county should en
deavor to get hiiu oil' the track, provided
Hilemanwill gtt oil' also, and allow
third man not ideiitilied with any farti .n,
and not objectionable to anv, to U: put
1'U 'warded and elected. It inu-r be ap
parent to Col. Tow iies by this time, that
unless this is done the election of a 1 cin
oi.'iatie state senator is impossible and the
election of a United Stales senator ini
perilled, lie knows tho number ol the
prominent IknuocruW In the district w ho
are agamst him, and the Democratic
hcwspupi is, uud lie certainly knows that
behind these are Democratic votes enough
to defeat liiui easily. Why then stand 7u
the way of Democratic sucoes a V He
certainly l as the regular nomination ;
and tht re i uo necessity of liniuiring
w hat objociions' thoe; opposing him
hold against him. The'fai ts ,tuiid out in
rold nnVl tbuav cannot bettor-Kvi, and
that Is KUflelciii; . .'
If ne dHt'',ri,nHi iatic fiirrei. li
lntyis r4aii : it Is in m. -p out tfie wnv
of It. It appear- to it., tint Dm gO"i
taste and ''enth nianh' in-tin- u whi Ii be
- UlliVcr-ally credited Willi o--e--iV;-
hoiitd 1mpii btrn to tbl rotinr. In a
district lb it gives hi lal;;e a Denio.Tat'e
majority as ioe tin- I iiuetb, il a fvino-
rattc. tmniiiiee finds luui-ell oliieetion-
able iiom any cauj, win tier lust or
otlii rwu'!, f'Ht be cannot ciii ry the dis-
tiht, we .-Itoiil'l pre-uiiie be would
choose to resign bis cauoi'laey in I'.u'or of
'iiie man who could. . Principle, self-
le-peet nun geoii ts-ru would alt m-rii t
ciuubine o imM'l him to such a step"
V e speak now earnestly a a friend and
supporter of Col. Townes, as one wdio
wnl continue to support luni lioui nat
ural Ic.iity to party in casu la remains a
audidate, though knowing that every
cti'oi t hi that direction w ill be fruitless.
lie certainly cannot deceive bitn:If ir
anybody else into the belief ill it his elec
tion is possible. He knows full will
that the prominent men and newspapers
ot liii parly in Jackson. I'nion and Alex-
iniler counties that oppose luni reiue-
stnital n ge share ot tht; party it not a
majority, it the lull lorccoi this net
has not reached his mind. Judge Craw
ford and his other inlliienlial liiion
county friends wh l.'.bore l hard for his
nomination uud vouched fr hint extrav
agantly, should see that il does and pre
vail on him to withdraw .
We apprehend that Judge lliktnati
would readily consent t witluiraw trom
bi dubious It not. iliscixiditable iiosition iu
sii'ii :iii even!, umitiiat tin; district coui
miltee w oiild tiiei) nominate a nam not
id''lllilicd with the lif: ili-eiivions and
generally aeeeptah!" to the p.irty, a man
like Hon. JesMi U lire, th present sena
tor. There a;-: probably others who
could be as ea-ily elected, though no one
oC:'il s tit, us who probably Would give
strength to lb- piny and' ticket to the
same extent lie won!-!. His record is
greatly in hi- favor with people ol all par
tics. It show.-, that In: accomplished
more lor his ciiiistit.ui'iiey at ii al;; ses
sion o the general iis-enibiy than any
other srnator of eilinr party, got more
bills enacted into l.tw, tlic largest poniou
t which, though necessarily general in
tln ir apparent e!iai-.ieicr. were dc-igned
for tbebenetlt of his constituents partic
ularly, and wt re mostly introduced in
answer to petitions from them.
Rut we are n stickler for the re-election
of Mr. Ware, tlemgh believing a compro
mise could be more ea-ily effected on
him than on anybody i J.-e, tht)!; he would
strengthen the ticket ipule as much as
any other man coi!d, and that no man
could represent and serve the interests of
the district better than he. Anv good
ui tit ai.' . eiiti,b:e to the party g-itieriil y
will do. 'Thi' m-niii point is i.j electa
Democrat. Co!. Townes suits us, but
we s,-c clearly he cannot be elected, and
shall view it as a:i everlasting sliatiie if
at this crisis, ihi; most important likely
to occur in the hi-torvof the p.irty in
this senatorial district tor many years to
conic, the St lie Suiu'or Is needh-slv
thrown into the hands ot the Republi
cans. We are deceived in the character
of Col. J'owiies if he is not, cijual to the
emerg"-., -v, an I does not win respect and
honor trom bis opponents a well a
friends by exhibiting the magnauiity ne-ee-sai
v to insure his party sUece-s in this
district at 'bis iamortaut tn-riod.
l ,SI KAK i:.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City IJutif al Uk ErrildiBg, op-itiirt.
The Old. Katabliahed Aen?y in Sout
am llliuoia, rvrfjaniitlnK uvtr
r ono nan
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
Is I he tirantl 4tlil
Which hr.a fitood tho test of 4C
l'horo is no sore it will net Heal,
no Lameness it will not Curo, no
.che, no Puin, that Afflicts tho llu
man body, or the body ot a llorao
or other Domestio animal, that
does not yield to its magic touch.
A bottlo costing 26c, 50c. or 81
hasofton saved tho life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Lifo and
UEctulness Many a Valuable
lo-.s -t-ii.t -;
HAVE YOU TRIED
For use in Summer and Winter.
Mj'i-s rU'llirJ ban,
V ItiliH I III HUM. ui
' ft uud v vry
sf I. I1 V,.
No Rough nands !
No Yellow Clothes !
lVo Wash Boiler !
No Steam in tho Hotiso !
Cmi.h ir.ln'l eii'lir fc'nt p.-null r nut to iu
.itllf I'.uliii n, an'l fil)ii-ner l'i- 1 ulii't and H;.iv-
.Ndfl at Mows, or u lUtnily imeltafe will bo
int, i . I'buivc pnnaiil, nil iviipl ol out
(MUr uikI liliy i-ciits. ijjrj i-elialiiv deuli-r
Wuuti 1 al i vei iiiuiiiint nt imiIiU as uKt nt, i!li
vvm in a liln i.,1 uriu:-.ti!M'lit will Iw ina-tv.
Y. H. BICBALL,
.lll.J-ii . Ill I'Hi Mlirket M. , I'll il .t
E. N. TRESHMAN & EROS
Are authorized to contract for advertis
ing iu tuis pawer.
Entiuulei furrmlifc free. Seud for Circular
A ESSI3 WASK3 to
biM Kveiit" at th Wat
sell the Noat
AND THI. CAMPAIGN Ob lKTilv
Just il,.- IiimiL ti r Hiu Iiitn-M.- iji.M- a iiul iiistiti y
ol-lli' NutiDiial I ajiital uinl l.uM iiiliu-i.t. isliuw
ImVV tin- K'"'IIH' ""I lilts In vii lUHIIAiri-U i !. it
iii'Kaliluli'Hi. r.x,lniti.s Uuw IiiIm :iiv ,iit
lliruuicli iDUnh-s-. i.iv.ttiull liiMoty ul tlic
Wliiaky lriil uml l-lku;i M-uuiUl. It yivtd
111- livro ll:i, Wlnt Wi, lll.iru and llm
Ut ii'kn- l.iiih,! i huiii r ,,r Auuii. Ad,li-ea,
-17-vf J. 11 ClllUI'l It', M. I.ijUi.Mo.
Two Sizes, fiOc. and 51.00 Bot ties, at
Tor the Suvo
Holman's Fever and Ague and Liver Pad,
S'2 OO Each.
ROGERS' FEVER AND AGUE PAD, SI Each,
For Sale by
A FULL LINK OF
GLOBULES AND TINCTURES,
For Family Use, by thcGinglo Vial or in complete sets. W havo
neat cases containing Eighteen of tho Principal Homeopathic Itemot
dies. Plain Directions lor their use with very cose. Will be Sen
by Mail on receipt of price, $150. For sale by
CD -?? jQ. aWj :. .13
At WhokHaltf, ut
ELAINE, the "Family Safe Guard," at BARCLAY
BROTHERS, has received the Centennial
WAX FLOWER M A.TF.BIAI.S, Moulding Tools, lirushofi, Ilk , kr.,
A Full Line at
WusLiugton Avcnuo Store.
The 4,La PICCADURA" or 'BOSS" .5 ct. Cigar ,
Iliin Is the Oriiri ml r1 Trv "Bo Plfrtr.
; , BARCLAY BROTHERS, SOLK AGENTS.
: Golden Lion and other Fine Colognes.
j AT BARCLAY BROTHERS.
! Choice Perfumery, Imported and American
in largo variety at BARCLAY BROTHERS.
A Full Line of Toilet Soaps.
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS.
For Plain and Fancy Writing Papers,
Note, Letter, Foolscap and Leiral Cap. Envelops, Inlt. Pens, Pencils, etc , &c ,
Low Prices at BARCLCY'S Waaainirton Avenue Store.
Waukesha, Bethcsda. Blue Lick and Saratoga
Mineral Waters, at BARCLAY BROTHERS, Ohio Levee.
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS,
Hither Store- Be sure to call examine and price before you Buy.
White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Varnishes all colors, and Painters Materials, at
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
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5 rtssir, m !
d Malaria King.
Curo of Chills, nt