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CYBUS 8. OBERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
AatUEL J. TILDtN.
of tw erk.
THOMAS A. UCMOH1CX9,
cf Ir.Jiar. t.
Win. J. ALLEN, ef JCK5on twntv.
Wa r COuLBUAOH. sf tojWc uiy.
1st Dls't-Thomas Hoyns.
lid -8. 8. Hare,
ad " Arno Voss.
4th -Thes. B. Coultsr.
ith " -W.G. Oreen,
.tb, ." -Jamsa B. Eckel.
?lh - Geo- B. Martin,
fth " C. W. Bullock,
ntt " W. James,
tvth " J. W. Davidson,
lith " W. E. Ewlng.
Inn -Charles- A Kayss,
Llth " O. A. Roberta,
14tm " -O. B. FlckUn,
lr.th " N. Bishop,
ltth J. j. Phillips.
17th O. A. Walker.
IHb " J. P Johnson.
lth J.JC- Creba.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
r or Go ernor,
tf Kendall county.
iir Lit ifoiin-tiovtrnor,
ABOHIBALD A. QLEN'N.
f Brews couotjr.
crt tary of fitate,
of 1'oi.fc conuty.
fur Suit Treatorfr,
of Clinton county.
Ker Attorney tietirr.it,
of l.Ofcan tounty.
Congressional District Ticket-
cf fUnuolph county.
For Mrmbcr State Hoard or KiuialiMlion,
OLIVER P. HILL,
ef futon count.
Senatorial District Ticket.
Fur Suit Stnttor Kiliielh Ifanirt,
of Union county.
for lirttfntattvet in the Lrtiduturtr I'ifrtiB
FRANK M. AQNEW.
of Jack.ou county.
While much may be actiomjilinhed y
(Urie method, It wight encourage delusive
ejie. tation. If I withhold here the expia
tion of my conviction that uo reform of the
civil Hervl-e 1b this country will be com
plete and permanent until Its chief imyls
trate 1 constitutionally disqualified lor re
election; experience haiiig repeatedly
exposed the futility of self-imposed rentric.
(loot by candidate or lncumhuats.
i'hroujin lhi solemnity only can be be ef
factually delivered from his greatstt tempta
tion to misuse the power and patronage
with which the Executive it necessarily
chaj-fsd. From Samuel J. Tilden's letter
The nobler motive of humanity concur
with the material Interest) of all In requir
ing that every obstacle be removed to a
complete and durable recmctliaUon be-
twee kin dud ooiulatinn onc unnatur
ally e.trangei, on the basil recognized by
the St. Loui platform, of the "eontitutiou
of the fatted Stat, with lit amendroenta
Ubivertally accepted as a final hettlentiit
of the controvert iei which engendered civil
wax." But, in aid of a re.ult no benetlcient,
the moral Influence of ever; good citizen, at
well ai every governmental authority,
ought to bo exerted, not alone to maintain
their J 'J it equality before the law, 'jut like'
w Its to ettabliih a rorilal fraternity and
good will among clt'zena, whatever there
race or color, who are now united in the
se detain of a 'coumion self-government.
If the duty iball be aligned to me, I should
not fail to exercise the powers with which
the laws and the conatilution of our coun
try clothe 1U chief uiaiktrate, to protect all
itt citizens, whatever their former condi
tion, la every political and personal riirliL
from Samuel J. Tildea's letter of accei
HV d'Kutince the Kctumplijn i fouie
the act of 1875, and tec hrre Jo
itt'jnd it rep aLXatUtnal 7morofie
, .. . ..
.Vt Hutu the I re tit oj tint ml ry me
gathered for tli ti$r of the tAU r, that
'Aty are uot itiutol ly the profligacy
fmni or peculation of your juillic
ugrnU. G'OC. Tilden.
Tmi. hi m i. r i if t.m Bl.iNiivii:T
t U MALE.
I am anxious to go out of the newrpaicr
and printing buines into another buei
nesi.and therefore offer the whole Bi llk
iIA Printing Establishment -machinery,
)'pe, buildings, and good will of the
new ppcr and Job ofllce for tale upon
the rasictt kind of terms. This news
paper and job printing establikhmcut is
the beat appointed one in Southern lili-
, nois, and i a money-making couccrn
Aay one who withe to engage in tho
, business will llul this to be an excellent
Inquire at tlie IU 1 1 iin olUce, ol Mr.
K. A. Burnett.
CK t. JO, 170. Jou.n II. Ojh niv.
1C or 1H41DUR I IRItHO.
Thf Itepul.tif-au paity. wltlli vljfor.
ouly waving the trip Moraly shirt, lo-s
not Uvorc Iftclfrxctiu-m-iy to nm ni
t It i4 sanguinary wrapon In tlio ratnp.tljin
ajrainst TiMeii uml llctnlruk. It lias
recently selw-tl imlJ f I'm "del
claim"' arjrnini'iit and hri-iin It In
subsidiary to the Moody shirt tjii-iiiio,
hope to iloifjo l rvi'i? with it in mak
ing votes lor Hayes and Wht-rhr. tur.
Iny the Ute cauvAis in Ohio, the cry wa
lizard many a timo and oft in the noiih
ffn i-ountlce or lh state. Here is whore
flonrth in the lar.'t numrwrs the
straight heed Radicals, the Uod nn J mor
IUy KepiiMicatu wlio believe that any
act. however mean an J sneaking. dihon
cit and untruthful, li jaititluble and
praiseworthy when performed In the er
vke of the greut Republican party. Here
where Is Zach Chandler, i halrman of tlit
national llepuhliran comuiittee. found
material to carry out one of h'n Kadii-al
flt'ctlonefrlng sihcnie!'. a hemo in
whleh the Tehcl t laluis" argument w.i
put to gfKid use ; a halt dozen Western
Reserve Jiepuhlicant, one ot them the
candidate ol hU party for u i-oiinty oflice,
were paid out ol the national committee's
executive fund.and hired to personate ex
rebel ollh-crs w ho ow ned "rebel claims."
They were ent heie and there tm rail
road train1 and several of them to the
centennial exhibition. Wherever they
went, tliey were loud-uiouthed in giving
as a reason ivhy they supported Mr. Til
dcu for the presidency their belief that
his election would insure l lie payment of
their claims. In several instances these
bogus ex-ribcls were discovered by
friends and aeiualntanccs,tind, compelled
to recognition, the trick they were en
gaged In was exposed before it did much
Tut; xcxr m.vti:.
The United States Senate is composed
of seventy-tive members, and on the lib
of next March the terms of twenty-live
ol these will expire. The names and
States of tha outgoing Senators are as
follows: Messrs. ,oldthwaitc ot
Alabama, Clayton of Arkansas,
Saulsbury of Delaware, Norwood
of (Jeorgia, Logan of Illinois,
Wright of Iowa, Harvey ol Kansas, Ste
venson ot Kentucky, Morrill (or rather
Blaine) of Maine, Uoutwcllof Massachu
setts. Feirv of Michigan, Winrlom of
Minnesota, Alcorn of Mississippi, Hitch
cock of Nebraska, Cragin of New
Hampshire , Frelinghuyscii of XevvJer-;
scy, Kansomcot North (.arollua, Jvellcy
of Oregon, Anthony of Kliodo Island,
Robertson of South Carolina, Cooper oi
Tennessee, Hamiltou of Texas, Johnston
of Virginia, and Howe ot Wiscousin.
The New York Herald forecasts
tlw next Senate, as not milikely to be
Democratic. The nine Deiuoeratic sena
tors whose terms expire will be suc
ceeded by Democrats. Clayton, West,
Alcorn and Robertson, i Republicans,
will almost certainly be replaced by
Democrats ; the vacancy now existing in
Louisiana will bo filled by a Pumocrat,
and Hamilton of Texas, Independent,
has a Democratic successor. As the
senate now stands forty-two republicans,
twenty-nine Democrats and two Inde
pendents, the change above noted would,
11" no others were made, leave it very
nearly balanced thirty-eight Republi
cans, thii ty-flvo Democrats and one in
dependent. Hut the following states also
elect new senators this winter : Illinois,
Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts,
Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New
Hampshire, New Jersey, Rhode liland
and Wisconsin. Of theso, New Jersey,
Wisconsin, and perhaps Michigan, m
among the douuttul ones. 11 twovol
these should send Democrats, the senate
would stand thirty-six Republicans and
thirty-seven Democrats, with one inde
pendent. ik.ro h Tiir.M.
Col. Ingeroll, in his elorpi fit an I ef
fective Republican speeches, muke
strongest "point" against the Demo
cratic party by averting that the Demo
trats are llio enemies of the negro ; that
they will not permit him to enjoy his
rights; that they will not permit, him to
be educated, and will burn school houses
erected lor his use. The position ot
such men as Col. Towues and Mr. Al
bright on the school question justifies
such denunciations as those of Col. In
gcrsoll. They aro denouncing Mr.
Obcrly because that gentleman voted for
a law which provides for lining rowdies
who brickbat colored whool children,
and school ofllcers w ho will not provide
colored children witli the means ot edu
cation. If this is Democracy, the people
should repudiate it, and will, liut U is
anything but Democracy. Ii 1 the
sheerest kind ot brutality. It is dark
ageism. Tho Iriemls'ol Col. Towues
and Mr. Albright would do well to in
form these gentlemen that this is the
year 1S7G ; that tho colored man is a citi
zen of the Republic; that ho is a voter
and eutitled to nil the rights of citizen
ship. Those Townes-Albright men furn
ish amuiiition to the Inzci soils of (he
Republican party; and for the good ot
the Democratic party they should be iu-
dueed tube sensible to stop kickiii!'
;a'uist the pricks of accomplished fact.
I HIM OH TlIKSWUrilKKSql t:
a iwn ,
Carl Scuur is uovv uiukiug spceehci
for Have and Wheeler, and giving his
reason w hy the Republican party should
be continued In power. Tour years ago
Mr. hchurz was not the ardent Republi
can lie now is. On the Mi of October,
1872, iie delivered a speech at Tweddk'
hall, in Buffalo, in which he de
scribed thu suie f n,c. hlJllt)
under Radical mle. Time lus
not improved the condition ol the south,
l our years have Increased the fraud, the
pluudcr. the robbery described, by Mr.
Schui .. If his denunciation ol Republi'.
can luisgoTerumeut waijut, n tiC
party U doubly deserving ol them in
K;o. We recommend Mr. Sihnr.- di.
cushion of the tonthcrn 1ueMi..i, 1o l(le
w hit aud colored republican readers cf
tnt: socrHbKX ti ksuox.
A blight lias lalleii over the south. It
was not so mueli the war which was the
cause ot It as the shameful corruption
which pervade the state irovenmiehti.
HAl'D, Fl.rNDKR. SlIAMKLESH
ROBBERY these are the characterises
ot the southern state government. And
who is responsible for it t Was It not
Grant's administration to w hich all these
robbers, all these plunders clung tor
support? But how could Ihese thieves
keep themselves in power? Their mot
powcrlul aid was the federal govern
ment, and their next powerful aid they
sought in the ignorant negro vote.
Secret ocleties were organized t.
keep thvi negroes in subjection and to
make them vote Jnt as the administra
tion and its servants would want to have
them vote. Some time ago I had the
honor of addressing some negro meet
ing in North Carolina. 1 gave them the
be.t advice I could slvo them. 1 ex
plained to them what their best interests
would require. J thought I had made
some impression upon them. What did
I hear an hour after the meeting? The
leader of one ot thoe secret societies bad
told them that 1 was not to be believed
because 1 had been tor slaveiy all my
lite and wanted to deliver them over to
their wort enemies!
THE TniFAF.S AND Tnt TfiiKoKi.
The thieves control these negroes. nrA
It was under their influence that iliev
have been arrayed against the whifes.
The blacks and the whites taud lace to
face ns enemies for THE N Ed HOES
ARK t'XDEU THE INbLl ENVE F
THE MO.Vr VILLAINOUS SCOL'N
REI.S that irere ecer alUvtd tv disgrace
a great and noble country . If there can be
anything worse than civil war it i the
warot races; and these scoundrels have
adopteil just the eery tnctnt to bring
about such a war. At the iicad Ot the
negroes are the great thieves that rule
the south, and rely on Orant for support.
The support Is given them freely, and
every possible means has been taken to
make them blind instruments of the
powers that be, and the foo'steps tor a
second term ot President ('rant.
SAD CONDITION OF TH F. SOl TIt.
Th's is the condition of the South and
a sad condition it is when we remember
that we are one people, one race, born
under one flag, living under one Coiuii
tution. I need scarcely add that a teriod
of thorough exhaustion ba followed
such shameful abuse of the power of the
Government. The productive labor
seems almost exhausted, the very foun
dations of society are undermined, the
states are almost bankrupt. The tVw'i
lican party reiMiiblr. fur the prn?nf
eunttitiwi o f the Swith. I have bevn fif
teen years a stcadleast, faithful worker
In the ranks of the Republican party. I
would be the last man to reproach the
Republican party, with which my high
est hopes have always been idcntiiied.
But this is a question ot conscience. The
Rcputilii'.'iu party is responsible for it. is
it not' In the name- of what parly have-'
Tnt liicago J'.'tvi' speaking of I lie elo
quent In gci sol I says: "it secnis almost
impossible that in less than si fortnight
the orator whose name is in every mouth.
will be quietly at work in h's ollice, or
addressing a United States judge upon
sonic knot of corporation law, with some
half a dozen law yers for audienceutterly
indifferent to the minor part of polities,
place hunting." That is, in u foi tuigh
froiunow, if the complexion of the state
legislature to be determined at thu fast
approaching e'ec ion gives hope that a
Republican United States senator may be
chosen next winter," tho shrewd Inger
soli won't be laying his plans lo step into
the shoes of John A. Logan, Oh no, ot
Bob Inuf.usoi.i., unlike SWiurz and
other Republican orators, doesn't take
any pay for his oratorical effort in I
half of the Republican party, it Isn't
that he does not like money, but he is
looking forward to a tar mote exceed
ing weight of glory in the shape of the
United States senatorsblp. So ili-dnter
eted, you know.
Hon. SiitLBv M. Cixlom's latest
argument against Lvvv Steward, Demo
cratic candidate for governer, is that he
it "the barnyard candidate." Well.
"Blue Jeans" won in Itidiani and it is
uot among the impossibilities that the
barnyr.rd; enndidat" tn iy tnue tl:-: top
most root in lilinoi.
Till, plieeofthe New Yolk lli i'l
heretofore live cent-, has been reduced to
three cents, the publishers announcing
that "equity to the public requires that
win uthe prices of all other things go
down, thai of newspapers should decline
in the same proportion."
Hon. Wm. M. Sckiniikic of t!n s mg.i.
mon district has been in Ohio making
speeches and has won golden opinions
from the Democracy who heard him
Tin; electoral count of tho states that
have held elections thus far in 1870, gives
Tilden a majority of thirteen votes.
DtMouiviie mass meetings arc to be
held in every county of Jndiinn next
(ii:x. McCi.i.UNAM is making speeches
in Egypt this week.
OBERLY AND COLORED EDUCA
TION. A Itndit-al Journal .Hakes h let Re.
marks on l be Mubjecl.
(from the fiiringtleM (til.) Juiirunl )
II.YFI UN DEMOCRACY AND TI1K COM K1 f.
SCHOOL CHII DltKN.
W regret to sec that our friend, Hon.
J. II. Obcrly, late of the Cairo Bi i.i.i n.v,
is still being persecuted by his political
friends in tho Cairo district on account
ot a vote he gave in the Twenty-eighth
General Assembly, protecting colored
children iu their l ight to attend public
schools lu accordance with the state
Constitution. In spite of his Democracy,
Mr. OIerly possesses many admirable
qualities. Wm, a liberal infusion ot
uiiisistciicy and "back-bone" in Ids po
litical make-up, he would make one o
the tuoe-t radical of Radicals. His sym
pathies at o generally en the side ol
the right, bui hu us invariably Mous
.i A1",.'1" Ihw into
practical t fleet, 'i lus it the more dee pi v
to be regretted ltca there U need ill
some man ol "back bone" among the
Lgyptian leiiiocraey. to shake tin in up
as valiant John A. Logan did in 1S01,
ami bus bee ii doiux at intervals ever
urn e. Mr. Obcrly has bad several
pluidid opportunities of giving them
that shaking up, and of making for hliu
etf a name, hut has so fat failed when
the crisis came, preferring to hang to the
skirt ol old Storey and the putrid
A lew day sfo the Jarnal di voted n
sympathetic patagrapli to an accurate
statement nt Mr. Obcrly s attitude on
"the mixed hool bill." which 1ms been
made the subject of such bitter warfare
again't him by his political friend) down
In "Lower Egypt." To this the Bct fi -tin
whi' h continues to be Mr. Obcrly'
private and personal organ, notwlih
s auding hi retirement tiorn the posi
tion ol editor makes a reply, which we
copy elsewhere. The aignitiennt feature
ot Ibis reply I', that while lie en
ters a " "general denial of
the statements ol the Juurnnl
by declaring if "mistaken." he cuius a
pica of ffuiliy In detail and by pcelllea
tion. We concede that Mr. Obcrly voted
correctly when he Voted for the measure
w hich, In his opinion, ha relegated him
self to private lite, and we shall then-lore
have no controversy with him on that
account, however much we tuny deplore
hit inconsistency in adhering to a party
which, according to his own statement.
I to a great extent inspired by hoMiity
to lifirro sTt;niil-,:liil,rcn With books ill
In a u risen iie nt i--.iie of tb Bii i.utin
we find that Mr. OU-rJy hn declined a
econd tioinniHtion lor the Legislature
front the Cairo District, an t all-i.s it
would eem trohi his t laborate letter ol
declination and editorial aeeompunyiug
it on account ol this conlessit prt-mdict'
among the D uwificv of F.gvpt a.'.iin-t
permitting colored children to learn to
read, if this prejudice i far "thing
out' as he claims, why should he fw-l ,i
necessary in thi centennial yeir ot our
independence to bow to it 'i In this letter
lie says :
mere i a wider iu i.i in w in. -a i am
called to labor, and ouu in which will rot
ie compelled t conioit the vulvar iaii-
hoods ot unscrupulous aUerrie before
ti0 (! t'-ttri or' . tutu fruiit nine
e:n the V rf rjc-;- ':.(',( l.ivk ret cl
1iVm. and with whom, t regret t sty,
shallow. Iraint'd au 1 di-lutit-st ineu aie
still very po tnt.
What is meant nere is indicated me re
clearly in sundry editorial articles, sliow-
m that they rights of colored children in
the public schools is made the prominent
issue in the l niro ilistrict. One ol tliee
articles, speaking of the position ol Mr.
Albright, w ho is :i candidate for the lex
ialati.ro on the "anti-colored-choo!
children's" plank, and as such o-peeially
hostili' to Mr. Obcrly, ay :
tie -Albright) says tha. a!:houifli the
constitution and the law 5 derlire lint U
tho childrcu of tbe, Uie, w liite and I. lie!;,
shall be eilvi :i;ed undev a sy-iom ofconminu
SthOoN, Je'.srllOol Itotrrl-. hoard oledu.-a-tion
aiid nthi-r tclexil ollieers. shoul l be
perniiitfil ti exel ide co'tired cliildroo
troin ttie oppdilutity to receive an educa
tion as directed by t lie onstMutiou, be-
cau-o U-li eaijijreii are t ij. r;i j. I lus i
heel au'l-woul IbMiiii i acy. It i tivs "re
lorin." and would iiuu-e the ne-'in, by
vol:-I Wi ileuiioistiatioiis ol atr.-i-lion, lo
vote the Ihfiiiocratie ticket, but it. ai tl;.
same time, a-irts that the nun who !
claiT? tuat the eonsiiiutioii.il protisiuu in
releicut c to popular eilur.ition -bould be
earned out in oo1 fal h Is Kadu-il that
colored clilldjjeiiou'jht to be exi-'udod troiu
lho oipnrtunity to obtain an 1 In irlish tdu-
cation, 1 "i a'.le tliey apj coioreu chililren,
and thai the man wbo denies this ilo.-fiix'
is ro Ie.aioi-rat. Mr. Albright imy
awaken, by his slioumm aiiti-uero hjI
peais, the prejudices ot the more Uiiornnl
umoni; 1 hu Ddinocrat of this ticnatorial
diHtiii-t : but even luuiocratli; ignorance
should, in this day of grace luvt too u.u- li
seme lo lhten to siic'a rhytcring appea s.
St 1 another article in the -.-uiie i-ue
contains the following :
A Democrat is, a'.'cordiiv.' hi Mi. AI
br ght, a inn who always win m-it iiion
hi right to prevent colored children lrom
attendiaK Uie school they :re entitled to
to attend, ai. l a (food De'inocrntie la-'iubir
of tho legiilaturo is one who will vote
"nay" upon a proposition to provide a line
to be imposed upon any person who, in
preventing colored children from att iidicif
l lie echool they are entitled to .".tn inl. u-i t
threats, jii-naces and ii.tiuiida'ioti: And
trance to way, there aro Democrats who
listen to and applaud Mr. Albii'hl in tho-e
assertions. " Mr. ;briy ilocs
not; deny thu charge mado uaiut
him by ilr. Albi i'lil. Uo admits thai it i
true ; ttiid ho belieM s and du- lalt.-h ILat Ibe
man w ho uses threats, menaces, or I'ltimi
ilationN of tiny kind, to keep colored e-iil-dreit
away lrom the chuls i hev are ti. ti
tle 1 10 attend, i- a sooundrd "ho ouvdit to
be driven out of i-lviliztl aociety : and the
man who says that sui-h a brute -lioul I not
be tlr.ed for sii h an orkuse j either an a-s
or else believes that tho people to win. in Il
ls appealin ' are asset dr tineiviiied
And still another :
Col. Town dedal es that no man Is a
ifOJd Democrat who a-ser sthat am .r wf.-i
threatf lis ami intimidates h rtro cliiM a- .
inr to schos.1 ou'.'ht to be ti-ictl : An I t-t
(Job Townes' friends say that ;.e
elected by the brave soltiii-r and the pal'
Iniit colored vier rd t lit? I iltieta m 'liri!
Tim fact i.-. t lie Colonel is not a graatnt
;ro hater ; bin he is tlown on iii io school
children atnl wants ihe rifjbt tj brick-bat
ia beeiu-e Uberly ay it is wron;; to
tint ten i i l.l imidate tin- littib- bi. k ones
searching alter know 'edjc in sehooi book.
And yet agaii. :
If the Townes-AlbTih -,Md'-rs bali.-v
they em nuke any ihin oy kt.-t pin u wake
the auti-nero preiu Hi es 'of tin, iimriii't
Dniuoerats who but itv 1 hem, they iirc re
taken. '( ! o. .cratie party bn ..i.
eeprc-1 the situation. It i-eonics the i ii
izoiisllip of tlif en,, red un.li. and will pio.
leet him in the exeiviac of all hit polit'cn!
rights. Mr. Albright I opposed to any law.
he declares, that prov ides any punishment
lor a whits man w ho ussauli necro hi '.Jrt-n
on their way to suliool. lio be.ieves that a
good Democrat is a man who maintains the
right tt moTj knowledge-seeking negroes
on sight. He would be one of the most ex
cellent shoKiin oiators of the most he
ni:lited reglou cf Mississippi, it all Uie ita I
IcaU say ot the shot-gun men ot that stale
Front nil which we inler that Democ
racy in "Lower Egypt," as tleseritied by
one ot its chtiuipious, does not ditler ma
terially from the same article iu South
Carolina, and that the advocates of the
"shot-gun policy" are rampant in South
ern Illinois, iu spite of the denials of the
existence o any audi feeling in Missis
sippi and Louisiana.
HAVE YOTJ TRIED
For usoin Summer and Winter.
Makes tli.lhe clean, owifl itnd vny abilt
VMlllOl I iltilLl.Nt. or M AI KIM..
No Rough ITands !
No Yellow Clothes !
No Wash Boiler !
No Steam in the llouso !
t.iiiiiaiiti d under $,") jicnully not lo m
jure cioihcs, mid uinrlor for Toilet nud Mmi
nii:. rx-lil ut stoirj, or a family paclui: Milt be
tern, ixiiiiotBaih-ct pit paid, on rertipi oi cue
UolUr and liny tvnU, Oie; rt-hal,v ittah-r
unl id ai every iroiuiiient io.nl in, uyenl, villi
w Ir.nt a UIm cil arttiiiaciiu.ul h ill bt ma !e.
A Vdrei ,
F. H. SIDDALL,
ua.u'.'.'-iUw .in I'"' Mm K i m.. I'liilu
E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS'
iso w, rnrt, St., mmn o.,
Ave authorised to contract fur urtvei lis
ts u iu this vaptr.
Xitimatss fuiniihedfres, lend fr Circular
NPK I1L Mltl ll'EB.
Mothers can ..ut liw.hu lux thulr chil
li r-i and trst for thnitlve IV lie ujc ol CaS
tora. a pvifi.Tt substltuts for t'attur till. It tl
aVsiliKciy hRtmlw. nod Ij na I'leasant to Uke
at honey, lor WinJ-Colhe liuur stomach,
tvorriis or mrjctlpatton. b r yourtft or old, triers
I4in.tr.iii3 In existence Hie If. Jt H certain, It
14 SMiy, it iu ( tl"lt,.
Caked Breasts, Illiurndtltti, sciiv
rta, swtllirijri, spuuu, nthf Jolnln, 1 urns
sciU.t, poi.oon'tua bitt s. ami all flesh, bone and
n.uscle ailments, can be nb-olutrly cuieil by the
L't ulaur litiime-.t. What Ihe White l.hiiinent
is for the human rtiniily, the Yellow l.iiiliiicnt
Is tor Hpn hu-tl. plh'U oiid lume hor.-tes and anl-ma!-
FHQFIT OH 100
Ma.ts any 4 y in '.. ai.t ( -i ,'.-. Invr-i nernr Cr
t -i y-nr in. . -i.. ,lii. if . i or l, in Slot K I'Kl V
lLi.'jl, In, l.rotigitii a amall furinns 1 1 thr r,,rtnl
invc t.r. Htj.,!M-vl,rnMjliw IoOTLK VIK
"Arl-l. Il-nk witli lull int.Tin.it. ou r.-,; rr
A-'iiu -fui'ts ty null n, t It-Vyrauli to
BAXTER & CO.,
B inkers and Airoken, IT W.ill ft., NA.
It A KM.
City National Bank
CAPITAL- - $100,000
TV If I.UHAY, I rt-siib nt.
HKNHY I. IIMI.IHAY. Vitrr"t.
A . It SM F(KI, Ctshirr.
WA ' ' Ii llYsd.u!'. Ats'l Caliier.
Staats Taylor, It II. CriM-tuiiAii,
II f.. HaLLIDAV, . I', ii AW.1HAY,
(i. D. VVll.LIAM-tiM. SlKI-IIKN liitfl,,
f . B, S rroi;t,
Exchange, Com and United States
itonds nought and Sold.
TErCHITS rectived and a general ;'ia!Ainp
jr uiisiut's tu'ne .
f llrf, I'rr-Mftit It Wells. Caori
r. i,v Liv.'l I..1. KerOi. V--1
"orner Conmerclnl Ave. and 8th Street
r. I'ro.s, Ihiiii W in. Kliixe, C Mini.
1". V-lT, l aim. Win. VVollr, Cairo.
. Siisunk, Cairo. It. b. llilhiiiiitlt-)-, I l.i.n.n
. I'-i-l- r. ' M'ro II. Wc-I!, aim.
I- M r.riiifcinun. -I Linn-,
I. l.l U-iu-.on, alt-.toiita .
(.ent inl llnuUiay lluoltieas lltur,
"r')"l.Xi han'rc sold and bouitht Inrire.-I paid
n the -nviiiifS li'uitiliriit. Coll. -.'ti,. ns Ili.. lt-,
nl all li'i-inean moiiiMIv attemltsl lo.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. Ib69
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A H III'UKU, l'l.-sl.b nt
. . IW I.Oll, i.l'im Kl.t
W . HVSl.tiP, seti'v sin I 1-vatum.
I'.W Ha HI LAT, IHAS (.AllUHth,
t . SI SiTOK.FLlM, i'Al'Lti ScSlH,
ll 11 I .SS....HAlt . 11 L liAl l lDAI ,
J. .Vf 1'HIi.LIJ-..
NTI.hI.s.T puid on depopiu at the raiu ol nil
pi-rcci.t ptruuuuju, M.in ti b t an J stpti in-M-r
Nt. lMerei uot witfnlravrn it nldeil irnme
lulclv lo the irincipal nf the dcposils, thin by
fit inj( them comi'uund iutt rest
Married Women acd Chilc'ren day
Depsrut iTcnoy cni nj oce
c!so can drav it.
x .1 ?-aii:r-Iki fvi !iiii4i lor botviiiai i-;j.,itc uiA
r n n in ; o iiiiiCi.
W. HY6I.OP. Treasurer.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Braiding, np-stairs.
?fce Oldest Established Ag-eney in Boat
trn IUluois, representina ovtr
t05 000 000
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Rooflngand Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rod, Pumps, Stoves
JcbblaK Pronsptlr Duue.
( Y.I MIIU HAN 14.
' - . . . . . ;.Tr.:;x; - . -
A Qn WAKTSO t0 'l"BoJlia N'w
Catsi Rvents at the National Capital
AND THE CAMPAIGN OF IttlOv
.'u:l lint l ook i"i Uie-Him . Cm . a Hi I liiiiorir
..lllH' Naiional (Aiitnliiiidt,oviiiuitiit. Mioua
li.iu liiu ifovci u in' nl haJ bet ii mniiuKed sim p iu
orxunUaiiou, t Jiolniaa how Jolat ate ut
lliruiuli coiiiiif. t,it. a lull IiIbIoi) ol th
VVIiikkv Iruinli aud lli-lknup hmiidul. It x'Tra
llu-livt.t I Htim, Wh.iltr, lildeu and Urn
Ui n'V". Itriiiid rham-e lor At nt. Addie-,
s-i;-vv J. II CHAMHKK, ti, Louis.Mo.
Two Sizes, 50c. and $1.00 Bottles, at
For the Sure
Hoi man's Fever and Ague and Liver Pad,
$2 00 Each.
ROGERS' FEVER AND AGUE PAD, $1 Each,
For Sale by
n ARoii a.y nnoTiinna,
GLOBULES AND TINCTURES,
For Family Use, by theSinglo Vial or in complete sets. We have
neat cases containing Eighteen of lho Principal Horn odd t hie Remet
diea. Plain Directions for their nso with every case. Will be Sen
by Mail on receipt of price, I 50. For sale by
CD 0T CL JL CID
At Wholesale, at
ELAINE, the "Family Safe Guard," at BARCLAY
BROTHERS, has received the Centennial
WAX FLOWER MATERIALS, Moulding Tools, Brushes, fcc , &c .
A Full Line at
Washington Avenue Store.
The "La PICCADURA" or "BOSS" 5 ct. Cigar ,
. Thle Is the Ortuhal and True Boss" Claar.
BARCLAY BROTHERS, SOLE AGENTS.
Golden Lion and other Fine Colognes.
AT BARCLAY BROTIIEBS.
Choice Perfumery, lmpor ed and American
in largo v ri ty at BARCLAY BROTHERS.
A Full Line ot Toilet Soaps.
Che .p o- B liCLAY BROS.
Tor Plain and Fancy Writing Papers,
Koto, Letter, Foolscap and trfi-ral Cap Envelope, It.., Pens Pencils eti , eke.,
Low i-iices at iiAUClCY''i Wuau.k-tua Avtnut btore.
Waukesha, Bethesda, Blue Lick and Saratoga
Mineral Waters, at AiiRCLAY ER0TU.EP.8, Ohio I.STes
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS,
Hither tcore. Be sure to call examine and pries before yon Bay.
White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Varnishes all colors and Painter Materials, at
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Lovce. Cairo, 111,
kn ; ! 1 tL -4 Jg'a t 1 Jii
a 1 Vfs A fjS '
Mf i- .J J i
& 6.B.cobS&rOStsO i
ui Mm King.
Cure of Chilla, at