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CYHU3 8. OBBBLV, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
I ur l'rr.Wknt,
SAMUEL 3. TILDE
f Nw York.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS.
pRi:in:TiAi. r.i.M ton t
Wm. J. ALLEN, of .tckvn c -unty.
Win. F. COOLBUAQH, of 'c.-k e.aniy.
Y DISTHK rs.
1st DU't-Thomas Hoyne,
34 " 8. B.Htn.
sd Arno Vos,
Uh " -Thoa. B. Coulter.
tk ' W.C. Oraen,
a " -Junes B.Eckel.
7th " Oao. B. Martin,
th ' -C. W. Bullock,
th " L. W. Janes,
nth " -J.W.Davidson,
nth " -W. E. Ewinr.
1-Xh " -Charier A Ksyea,
r.th " C A. Roberta.
Mth -O. B. Flcklln,
V.th " --R. N.Blataop,
u;tb " J. J. PhiUlpa.
i:th " C. A. Walker.
IHh " J. P. Johnaon
1'th " - J. 1. Creba.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
LEWIS STEWARD. .
of Hernial! cnunijr.
ARCHIBALD A. GLENN.
of Drown county,
I- or Secretary of Mate ,
S. Y. THORNTON,
rf t'ook county.
For State Trcjttircr,
. G.EOROK OUNDLACH.
of Clinton county.
For Attorney (icneral,
cl l.ogjn county.
Congressional District Ticket-
r'cr ( "oitgreis,
ot KinJjIjh coi nir.
t w ilru.Ler State B"anl of h.jiL.iaiiin
OLIVER P. HILL,
of I'ni.m county.
Senatorial District Ticket.
lor Male Senator r'iuielh Iti-triM,
vt" I'ntnn cuuiy.
r wt K'livc-tntalvr in lUc 1
FRANK. M. AONEW,
ol Ja-"Von couniy.
Wltlle uiu.-li may he arooiupLULt'tl ly
tU-te Uiettiixls, It might tiieouraso delusive
cxpee'stious If 1 withhold here llieexpie
ion of ray conviction that no refnrni of the
Uvli ssrtl-e lo tUU country will ba com
plete aui periuatieiil until in ttilet magis
trate is eonsli'uUoually .IS lualiilej lor re
taction; expeilecee bavins repeat i-lly
exposed the futility of self-imposed reside
tlotii by candidates it incumbents.
Through thii tolt'iumty ooly can be be ef
fectually delivered from hi grtat;t toropta
tiou to inttuse the power and patronage
with which the Executive ii necessarily
charged. From Samuel .1. Tll'len letter
The nobler motive! of huiuauity concur
with the uiateriul interest of all iu reiiuir-
iMif that every otatacle be removed to a
roruplete and durable reconciliation be.
tween kindred no'mtation once unnatur
ally tiUiintted, on the basil recounized by
the St. Louis pliitform, of the "constitution
of the United States, with iti amendments
universally accepted u a final Rettleinent
of the controversies which engendered civil
war." Hut, in aid ot a result so bcnelicient,
the moral influence ol every pood citizen, as
well a every governmental authority,
ought to ba exerted, not alone to maintuin
tbiirjui-t equality before the law, but like
wise lo establish a cordial fraternity and
I'ood will among tit sens, whatever there
race or color, who are now united in the
one destiny of a 'common self-government,
if the duty shall ba aligned to uip, I liould
not fail to exer iie the powers with which
the laws and toe constitution of our coun
try clothe iu thief magistrate, to protect all
iu citizens whatever their former condi
tion, in every political and personal right.
From 'ain'uel J. Tildtn's letter of aceej
H L RnuHce th". R'.iutnjittoa cliu$e
f wt of and ic hrr iV.
ut'iH'l iUr'j'iL .V'''i'o't? h' itinrnilr
I 'lot form.
.Ve rf(t thi. fruit of imluttrj tirt
gttkertl for fu- - of th' toikr$, (hit
tAey trr not tcmud l,y tUr projliijacy
fraud or ytcuLitloa of your jullic
i nr. hi i ixrm i.ft r hi.imi mi. vi
I am auiloui to o out of the tttw-.pni.ir
ami irititiiir buim 'ii into unolh'-r lmi-
iiess.au'Ubertforeoili rlbc whole lit 1 1 1.
'I ix rriiitlnjr Kitu'ilibiuenl iiinchiui ry
t)lH., buildings, and rtod will of the
jii-Hkpapvr aid At olllct lor sale upon
the -a-i-t kind of u-ma. iliU ti'
pkprau1 (dt printing estublUliint iit it
tlie I rl appointed oitr in Sotltln'iu li
ituis, and U a nuHtey-iuakiiij; coiirfrn
Any oik? htibt to t uvixv in the
l.ulu-ss will find tliU to lit- un t-xn lien
(iKjuIrc at tit Hi i imik niy, ot Mr
H. A. Ituntt-tt,
iut.tK 17C, ,foii II. Otrti v
He Writes a Letter in Regard to
lit tllileh lie ttiniiouiM'ea II Is In tril
lion In Veto ri Rill for
Tnrir fPiij mmf.
("pfrin Ttlfram to Wt t lilcniro Times.)
Nkw YnitK, Ot t. 24. Tliti t'ollowiiii;
letter ot (lor. 'l ilden. tinted to-ilny, fx
plitiiiitsrU: To Hub. Abraliom !. Hi wilt :
Sin: I have reieivcd jour htltr iu
fonuin mc that lN-publicim hlh iu an.
tliority nr.- publicly rcpivsentin that
tlie .south tK-MiT. not without liopo. to
obtain paj iiiciil for loe!J by t fit lute
war, mii.1 to have provbion iii.nlc lor the
reltel iklit ami lor lo-n d Iavc. rhe
payment of such loes v not deemed
important etionali to ile-ervo th i.titice
of either niiioiiul convention at the lime it
was ht ld. You iiNo abked me o Mate my
views in reMnl to their rmurniiifin hv
the goveiiiment. Though difpoed iuv-
self to abide by the i.ues h mailo ujt al
ready, 1 have no hesitation to comply
witli your ieii'Ht. The Fourteenth i
amendment of the conlit ution t xprlr
provides as follows : i
'i'he validity of the public debt of the
I'nited states' ,'iutiioilcd by law, includ
ing tlcbts incurreil for the payment of
pensions and bounties for several in sup
prcs.Mnjr insurrection or relK-llioii. Fhnll
not be questioned ; but neither the L'nilcd
States, nor any state s-hall nsstinic or pay
any debt or obligation incurred in aid of
insurrection or rebellion air.nn.'t the
United States, or any rlaim lor lo. or
emancipation ol any slave; hut all such
debts, obligations, aud claims shall be
held illeynl and void.
This amendment has been repeatedly
approved and agreed lo by the itemo.
cratic stale eon volitions of the south. It
was unanimously adopted as part of the
platform of the Democratic national con
vention at St. Louis on the 2Sth ol June,
and was declared by that platform to be
universally accepted as
a uvai. sKTii.r mkxt ok nir. -itn:n i n-
that engendered the civil war. Mr own
position on this subject had been previ-
ou-Iy thviarcd on many oocaions. aud
particularly in my firs: annual message
ot Jan. 5. lsr3. In that document I
staled that the southern people were
bound by the thirteenth, liu teetith aud
tll'ceenth eori-tititfionitl amendments ;
that tln'y had joined at national conven
tions in the nomination of candidates
and in the declaration of principles and
purpose) which form an authentic ac
ceptance of tlm results of the war cm-
bodied iu the lat three amendments to
the organic law of federal union, and
that they had, by suflrages of nil their
voters.at th national cle-tion, eompJcfed
proof that now they only seek to share
with us and to maintain the common
right of American local self-government
iu fratuual union, under the obi flag,
with one constitution and one destiny. I
doel iretlat the sime lime tin? ipif'tious
SC.ttled by 'bo war uic uvvi to U r
opev.ed. The aditptlou ot the thirteenth.
fourteenth and fifteenth amendments to
the federal constitution loed one great
era iu our politics, it marked the cud
forever of the system ot human slavery,
and of th" smuggles that grew out of
that system. Thesr" amendments have
been conclusively adopted, and tbev have
been accepted In good faith by ail politi
cal organization and people of all sec
tion. They close the chapter.
THl.V ARE 1D ML'ST BC l l Jkl..
All parties hereafter niut accept and
stand upon them, and henceforth our
politics are to turn upoa questions of the
preieut and luture, and not upon those
of the settled and final past. Should I be
elected president, the provisions of the
fourteenth amendment will, so far as de
pends on me, be maintained, executed,
and enforced In ierfeet absolute good
faith. Xo rebel debt will bo assumed or
paid. No claim for loss or emancipation
of any slave will bo allowed. No claim
tor any los or damage incurred by ills
loyal jxTsons arising from the late war,
whether covered by the fourteenth
amendment or not, will In recognized or
paid. Tie cotton tax will not be re
funded. I shall deem it
XI Y Pt'TY TO VETO KVKItY KIM.
providing for the assumption or pay
ment of any debts, losses, damages,
claims, or for the rcluuding of any such
tax. The danger to the United States
trca-ury is not lrom claims of persons
who aided the rebellion, but from claims
of person residing in the southern stales
or haviug projurty in lho.se states, who
were, or pretended to be, or who, for the
sake of aiding claims, now pretend to
have been loyal to the government of the
union. Such claims, even of loyal jut
aoits, where they arc from acts caused by
operations ot war, have bceu disowned
by the public law of civilised nations,
condemned by adjudications, of the
supreme court of the United States, and
only find any status by force of tieciflc
legislation of congress. Theo claims
have become stale, and are often tainted
with fraud. They are nearly always
owued. In whole or iu part, by claim
agent, by speculators, or lobbyists, who
have no equity agiust taxpayers or the
public. They should iu all cast t
liEtM KlllMrD Willi K4L01S CaKK.
Calamities to individuals which w. ru in.
flicted by the war are, for the most part,
irreparable. The government cannot re
call to life a million of our vouih who
went to untimely graves, nor compensate
Suflwillg or sorrow Of lhair relative., oe
tritnds. It cannot re-adjust between in
dividuals, burdens t,t taxation hitherto
home, or ol debt incurred to u1Iq the
goveinuiftt, w hl it ,irv j,.t to ,e
It cannot arptli..ii anew among our cit
izen ilaiiiiiKes or lo.e incident to mili
tary operatii.ns, or lesnlilng It: every va
riety oi lorm from its measures for main,
tabling It own existence. It lias no safe
general rule hut lo let bygones he by.
gone, to turn from the dead paf o the
new aud belter future, aud on (hat haU
to assure peau, rfcuricillatlou, an I Ira
Urnlty U twtcn all section,, das.-., gU
1 races of ourt.j.lc; to .he end that ,11 tJ,o
springs of our productive industries may
Iks quickened and new pro.pci lly rt alcil.
in which (ho evils of the prut shall b
forgotten. Very respectfully yours,
S.mn:i. J. I ii.ih.n.
GEMS FROM BOB INGERSOLL.
Some of Ilia I'vlltlenl Ai'ttiuirtil
Here an some specimens of i,.li ln
gersoll's urguments against Iemrcn;ts :
Why. I migiit, ta)k to you lor six
months, fcixjeus, or sixty year?, and 1
couldn't tcdl you all the uicaniic-. they
did; it is impossible. If you will think
of a mean thing I will find you that thev
They believe as thoroughly to-night as
they ever did in the world "that human
slavery is a good thing, and there 1
nothing to-day that would please the
Heniocrittio party as well as to have the
south own tiegroes. and they, the Ieino
crats of I he north, luljt to eati-li them.
We had to borrow the money,
for? Tohoot I'ciuocrai witiu
They believe as thorouahly to-night in
the right td sercsMor. as they ever Hid on
Now, I want you tl.cpubiicuus) to
think about it, aud find out how decent
You are. 1 want you to know that it is
the only party not founded on larceny.
1 want you to understand that It i the
only party that has not justified larceny.
It is the only party that has refused to be
Kvcry Kcpubiican. I tell you. is
flier in the army ot retrogression.
-Mr. Tildeu is willing to be fleeted
president by assassination aud murder;
and there is not a Democrat in Ohio that
docs not look upon the massacre at Hani
burg as a I'einccratiu victory every one
Now, my friends, 1 have toij you a
little something about tlicst; partus. I
want you to recollect that the Jeino.
cratic party is the worst party that was
ever in the country; and that the Kc
publiciii parly is the best party that was
ever in the country ; that there is not a
bad man in the Kepit'jlii-aii party but lie
is a:i exception ; tint there is not a good
man in the Iicumcratic. parly bur he is
i)W. that there were word. of pure
hatred, out of which 1 might construct
sentences like snakes, that would writhe
and his-; then i could give you my renl
opinion td the ncmo'.Taiic party of the
It is a jM-rfcct wa
it- ot air to let ueh
ntimcnts are ennobling and
They breathe a neighborly
Ingersoll is a p-rsua-ive ora-
MAIK OK HH hl.1 It. lot's alli.l MtM.
1'r.im Hi Volume Kjtitled ' 'flif (ioJs
acl Uliier l.ei-tures."
An I we are called upon to worship
suehat'od; tojret upon nor knees mid
tell him that he is good, that he is mer
ciful, that lie is hist, that he is Love. We
are asked to stifle every notde entimeiit
ol the soul, ami to itufupu- uu.x i unu ,m
the sweet charities of the heart. Decani'"
we reluse to stultify ourselves refill- to
become liars, we are denounced.
Let the pe( pie hatt-,lft the (iod tlileaf-
en -.vewlll educate them, aud we will
despise aud defy him.
Tlie bonk called the iUMe is tided with
passages rtpi.dly horrible, unjust and
atrocious. 1 his is the Itook to be read iu
schools in order to make our children
loving, kind and gentle ! This i the
book to be recognized in our constitu
tion as tlie source of all authoiity utid
Strange that no one has ev.r been per
secuted by the church for thinking liod
bad, while hundreds ot millions have
been destroyed for thinking him good,
All that U necessary to convince any
reasonable person that the Bible U
simply aud purely of human Invention
of barbarian invention is to read it.
Head it a you would any other book ;
think of it as you would ot any other;
get the badge of reverence from your
eyes, then read the Holy Jllble, and you
will be amazed that you ever, for one
moment, supposed a being of infinite
wisdom, goodness and purity to be the
author of such ignorance a id of such
Who can worship such a God'? Who
can bend the knee to audi a moiMt-r?
WJ10 can pray to such a liend'r
This proves the material universe to he
infinite. If an infinite universe has been
made out of 'an Infinite (jod. how much
of the (iod is Utl'r
We are explaining more every day.
We are understanding more every day ;
consequently your fiod i growing
smaller every day.
What would you think of a father who
should give a farm to his children, and
before giving them possession should
plant upon ir thousands ot deadly shrubs
and vine ; should stock it with lerociotis
bca-its and poisonous reptiles ; should
take pains to put a tew swamps in the
nc-ighhothood to breed malaria 't And
yet this is exactly what (jod has done,
And yet, after all. is it as. bad as to put
the soul of our children in the straight
jacket eta creed to 10 utterly deform
their miods that they regard the God of
the Bible as a being of infinite uieicy,
and really consider It a virtue to believe a
thing just because it seems unreasonable?
I want no heaven tor which I m'u-t
give my reason. Jletter rot in the window-less
tomb, to w hich there is no door
but tlie red mouth ol the pallid worm,
than wear the jcwi'llttl collar rvtn of a
The holy of holies was U hind the cur
tain. All lhi was upon tlie priueipM
that forgers hate to have their signature
examined by an exerr, ami Ihtit. impos
ture detests curiosity.
l'roui such a (iod. why should men ex
pect assistance? Why should he fall
Upon his knees and implore a phantom
a phantom that is deal, and dumb, and
ThitiK of a God w hiked nnd malicious
enough to inspire thU prayer. Think
ol one Infamous enough to amwer ir.
(Search the records of thn w hole world,
And out the history of every barbarous
tribe, aud you can Hod no crime that
touched a lower depth of infamy than
those the llible' (iod commanded and
approved. For such a God 1 have no
words to express uiy loathing and con
einpf. Away with uch a (iod !
, Tilden and Hendricks in Sou Citv National Bank
Gheering Prospects for
I'ollili'itt 'loir iii cut til t
special to fit- M. ''Uljf.j1,
'Mi:srut, III. Oct. 2.I.-j,.a.
now freely adiuii that Tilliinois
tlrieks will be elected, am joritv
will give Ironi 20,("io to ;tl', v'.
The chanires hi favor of T, .,n,j
drlcks are immense in thitio c'lcc
the people, just upon tln)V,. '()rTc
tion, hoiild fie so inform Ml! f'filst
and power to the onwr "
iuii i n 1. ON ii. , w .
v . . ... ., cmociadi!
Yesterday U in. HaVi .i.r. i iitii
cam.mHie ur fonnreJst., .m m-
congrcssionai district,. M.lri,
..,cc,cKaii.ciing..iii wm rj tll,
IHIIIIM-UII IHUIIII, u , ,.V, !
s..en a Jteiiiocialic m u to
iK-i-ii iieHru oi. ills ,..,, ti,
liehold the terrible 1.!llllii,i.ltl--
iiv btuie.i of I.'e ,..i.n
I heir day mid gous mttai's of
pas neuwny. ,!, , , ,,,,
the departed can b
Si-Ki.vi;itKi.: let. 2.1. Thcio has
been a great y running about ot
the Kcpublff'.ieian yesterday and
to-day, and '.d genucinen ei niai
IKTsuaskin int-rpaiis tu utc siaie
have b"tn in conference. It was
not until thi. lug that it leaked out
that Tom JWy, now state treasurer.
Iuggc.s(c( likely candidate lor the
United Ma nate instead of Logan.
He curried 11 be remembered, n con
siderable rtng from "southern Illi
nois in thu blican Mate coiiyeiuion.
wucre he a candidate for nomina
tion a Gov, and these would, it i
said. Mipp.im for anyimng. It i
also urged he is irreproachable in
his char.ietil lutiits. and inus avom-
nmo ni th-'ofis w hv Logan i un
popular wic better element of the
partv. It jbable. however, that Lo
gan lias iiKliot all the party interest
in his bcliaitd if Kidgewa'n friends
propo to npli-h any thing tin y will
be obliged k.: stn-nuous efforts in
IntlieHlloii llrinorrallr fsnece. I
(Special c St. I.cmi. Kepublic.in !
Sl-UlX'-H Ills., Oct. 2". While
the hcadqms of the I uiocratic l'. -publican
andf pendent state cent nil
committees in lucago, this t-ity con-
tinnes to Im hiretolore. llie locus oi
political iiiiatiou. The Stuff l:-;i-i.:!r,;
the Deratie organ, to-tlay lc-flan-s
that tate i in ;-os..-si..n of
the Deinoc alii Independent. K--Iiorts
from iblc men have been r;--ceived
of (political I'-t ling in every
county, anfie-e have been cart fully
compared xpctiei.eed and sagacioti'
politiclans..'be result, alter inak'u.g
every posvinllowance t-r losses am!
for failure tor mir the vote. Indicate
that Lew Sart will be elected hv a
innjoiitv clnlv not l- ibiiit that
by which I. .1. 1. Williams carried
Indiana. 1 Indication Is confirmed by
the depress exbibiWtl by H. puMicau
politicians I-, and by tin-fact thai th.
very Itest akei of the Id -puulican
party are n eonvassing this stnte. and
will"e.!ifhiiilier. until ntn r the clec-
siiiiii ; KoR tin; nt;ni.
- the ref;.r i),:nin riittc-liule"
etit suite ticket, 1. is to sav.tlte in kct
made up of e;(iHtis iioiniuittt tl by
both the Indcpteiit and I cinoeiatic
state convt'iitioF there are the follow
ing candidate. tbe. field who were
nominated by tlun j, .pendents, but not
by the lcuiocr.: s. 11. i'iiknll lor
lieutenant-govern W. . t'oy f tr altor-iiey-general,
11. Avpcrii 1"' f-tate
treasurer and M. loot n tr seeietar.v
if state. Theeftoliow is to consolidate
j the entire IudepeMit and 1 eni'ra!i"
j strength by such ngcs, substitution
I and withdrawal? tare agreed upon a-;
most expedient. leflcct this put pif
eorrcspondeuce hiis-t-n In progress fur
some tlavs, ami aiiitormul confcn-i.ee
was held here to-da I'p to to-night the
consolidation has in been agreed upon,
but there seems nombt It will be ef
fected, and that, w ill solid ticket iu the
field, the entire antlepublican vole ol
the state will be solhn its support.
THE AVA REGISTR ANiHiLATES
Vnrloiia Pimipent Hrnzriilti froi.i
AlbrlKlu'si Miuoiur ln-iiiot-.-iHlc
Hair i to be worn Inky nnd lower on
the forehead at Snri'lield this winter it
John obcrly is t Iced to the legisla
ture. Will brudder Obtly please pas tic
sassi r w bile de ongigation jine 111 sing.
Ing dat lauiilvi ol song, "Hock oh
Ages." We inViu d rock we -plit on.
The ll'i)Ut:r ii totsuiall for the Uairo
1H I.I.F.I1S to c.X'haire with, but large
enough toinake.loli IL Obcrly squeal
and squirm like a ca with a clam on its
If John II. Olxrlyhau not been a tool
in the hands of tie lolttr. there would
not have been two at-Ui-ls In lb Kttiielh
senatorial tlisViirt. t'au he then be
trusted in the toncst between John Lo
gan und lion. W..I. Allen for a M at In
the United statm .-oate ; We think not.
The links have divided their army
into three corris.canmaudctl by Ahmed
Mukhtar rasha.asisted by subordinate?
Alii Selim aud hiied Kyoub Nish Wed
deu Uasha. Tnii. however, will not
chatiirc the coiiM-t the ;'''. and it
is hoied the alow aiKilntuiciits will not
materially elha J .im Obcrlv aud his nig
Two years .1- the people ot Union
county canceled Julin Obei ly's engage
inent to speak 11 that i ouiity. and told
the gentleiuai tlmt mixed schoal orators
were not wanted, and a speech from him
would jeoptnliw Hartell's election.
The election ittiu ns w ill prove that the
people of Union County have not changed
their.opinloi, ol rtie gentlemen.
wbtivM, i n llni ImIi .Uy of A
1 .1. I
Juhu II. l',i .. ,,n,l kitclit-l J. I'liillis hi.-t
sili-.i wiult l un.l.liiivrivU In Hie imileisiKiiftt
tr tlx (on .on ui rfi-ui iun tin- iuyneiil 1 a
ivilHiii r. uii,...! v u,,te ilurelii inetitiuisl, u
liu.t lU-t-J l.il,r .J'iu iiKlrt-rilif'l jiri-liiiM,
U-lt: l.wt iiiiiia.u-1 sijililten (I'). In lil" k
uuiuUie-l ..ur (ij.iii l lie t iiy ul I uirii, ftlitioi.-,
and wlieirtt ilii'mui )l)w lut-u ina'le in tin mv
tusuluf sio I ui.s-. , w. Hurt i'av, In nn-'i-ute
ut' Hit- niiiU.yrii) (-.,uicri-il By sal't ti l
dsl. I ill w-ll lit ittmvn tlen itn-il li I t tli
al iniiiltc tm iu., iu tlm iiirtliest MiMer. f-u-t-vb
ia Ituml. m n-,-oiu i lii.urt ituor la t iilm,
lllmuu, .iu viiuulu) , tlio inili dyt-f Uflt'U-i-,
A. I'.. !:, si Or )ii...rt.l .u't'lork, liiii .ul
Sit i.l ilsv, tiM ,lr ! Uwill.'.iU i-tileliijill.nl.
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A II "At KUI, I .elior.
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Bonds Bought aud Sold.
T.t,iJ, I'n -Idei't.
Ni II. Vii e Pres't.
J. Kti'lli, Al
er Coruiiicrcliil Ave. nnd Hth Street
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I iniiiil ImitliiiikT lliisiiic-. Irne.
tf Jl.M-!i;ni.'- iM n 1 Uiuirlit fnt.-re!
n li'c :n oiw- li -iii In." nf . t i.'i'n'tii.i.i iiiai'.e,
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CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A )'. S VH Hilt. I'ri-.i i- i-t
S TAYI.Ott, Vice I'rt-si-leM.
V . II YSt.til', Scc'v ;i-t Tr.-i-un r
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rU llAK'IAY. t UA-. UAL-.lilit.il,
f . M ,SM1 ht'l.SIl!, i'Al l. ,. S) 111 II,
! 11 I l SSIM.MA'l , II 1. II M.I.IUAV,
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IN IKltt T paid "' 'lc;'"-iH lit the rati' ol m
p.r.-.iil p r utiumii. Mar. h lil ami .-ltein-h
i l-l lnu ret u.it w ith'lianii lit n-M.-l uume
luiu ly tollie iiriiii ipal nf tn 'H-puHilf), lli-ivhy
iviti; Oicui c.tiiiMnoiil mlrvi,t
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no ono
elsa can draw it.
1 j '1 1 vi ry l.usiin -?-lny l.i.n i.?n. to S p.
li Mil. nitty t Vt llOls t,,r cu l!,M Jepaniin ..
r..iii j tJ s o'ri.u'W.
y. UYSI.OP. Treaaurnr.
isi k i t:.
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City Nv.iCDil Eaak Buil(infr, up-i.air.
71ns Oliot Eatablijhe.l Afc-oncy in Sout
rr. ll.iu Jia, ropr&aoaun; ivir
tdh 000 000
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Quttorins a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning ItodB, Fumps, Stoves
JobhisE PromVtly Don.
sinnissnsi sti.urii nr.
tA- Fvttnta ut tho Kational Capital
AND THE CAMPAIGN OK lb76y
Ju-t Uih li.-.ik lr tlie tiiiii-v lilM-it a tn.l liixtory
i.rthe Nutiousl t.utiitalaii'l l.overiiinetit. nlmws
Imw ll.t K'.vvi'Iimeiit Ij-ii iiLiniiKe'l niii'-f it
(irK'ani.atiou. til:iinn lew Jolts tin- put
Ihi'Hih eiintfrtss . t .i i-rt :i loll l.Uloiy til I he
Whisk v Irnii'ls and llelknaii . i-nii-l.il. It.'ivt b
the lives or Haves, Whw-ler, TiMi-D nml Hen
ilii.krt. tii-t,tt.l iiluini'ii t'--r A--i'iil. A.l.lre-s.
h-i;-ww J.H ciiami:ki:. m. f.oiiin.M.j.
Where'H, Kinl'.y llo'tiu-s ni the C ily ( t airn,
eontitv (.1 Alexaui'.er, atct Malt- uf 1 1! ilioi-, l-v
hirtt-Vtalii iin.ilusife detii, tluly t-Xi-f-uitd, m-,
kniiwleilt-a ami dt-livtivil, liNirin ilale tlif
neventh ilay of OctnU-r, A. I., i mi'l n
cnriltil in the recorder's, oilice oi sai-l t-oiinty i-t
AlexMiuler, in vuliinit; (1)ik) ' '.,' ' on ia;;e l-l.
did tonvey unto the iinili-iM'ud. hi-, heirs iin-l
sainas uiurUJat. Itte fitlhtwitu ! st i ilii-l
ornm ily. t-ituatt-in the City t.l' uii n, t i.ioily
.if Alexumlcr. and Slate r.f Illinois, to. wilt
I.i.t liiilnlit rtit tw-nly-tUe (i ) in hhifl. limn
l...r.,l liiiv-ons ( .11 . in tho Lilv nf Csivo atme
.aul, whiih :iil inintuitKe walii;vlt In mi'uii-1 lit--........
,1.1,1 ,,r f.nr rrriuiii iirmniBfeoi'v liOtt. tif the
ui'l I. unit- H'llint-'.s, laniig evenilaie with -ail
inorlun.Kt'. lorihesiiia el live iiiin iit-i uoiinis
iiHvulilr in lvi veiii-s litter Ui1". tlio oi-tter
ni 't lis un'leisijciit-.l, Willi inlertsl in l!ie rate n
ti n iicr etui, pt r unniini, uiilil imiil: AnJ
Whuea, ih laiilt ha been ina-U- in the .ay
lut iil l' hni'l nnle. un-l inlcie-st. nv llienloie
i. ,,1,1,,. i.f.i,,... i. h. riliv uivrll thai nil lilt- Mil
ihiv ..f Xoi-t inlr A-l). I-T'-. Si flt-Vt B o'Hwt
j .iii , n! lilt west Hour nt tin- rniui nini.-e, in in
I it v t.f L'airti. i-inulv ol Ak-Min-lei',
mi. I Shin-. l liliimiB. I Nhall Mil Hi
i.i.l,: i.. ,1h, lo Hi, h ijlilit lii-htti' I.
eieh, Hit- .-ai'l III"! la-t-'l iniini-ti ami all
ht nelit tit njuity r iKtlt-ml'litiu nf Ihs Mint
Kniiiv 1 1 - . her l.eii, i-sniilois, leliiiiinv
l.alut s. i B-..i,'ns thmeiu, .ur-.il.inl t Hie jh.
cis anil i.l ut isiuus In tUe tsi-t ninrtiiac ctni-
IUIIU-.I. HllMKMr II . t I .NNlNiillAM.
1 .IIIO, lil., CM. -'6.1. 1-7',. SI-.rlitaKt''.
Tim louuhiiuil. Iij Imn'lif't timl 11 ft v "ur.
i nl newspatiei-aHveitisin-'. "t iiiniisn.i
u'lvt-n lor Ttm. ami a this- ii.nulli-.' ni.te
t-i,l..,t in uuvnteitt fviiiii a-lvei U iet ol rvxiu.
ihiliiy. A i.i inlrj til. ijivliijt liumi-.eltar.eier,
(lull itailv ami weekly t.nvulutlou ami srhetliile
a t-soi a.tverilflnif. 'in lii to un a-lilis.
Annlvto tint. r. Itowf" -o..
A. .eiiUiiia Ad nt, l 1 alk l.uW
mtrs k ilioi
Two Ric-, 50r. and $1.00 Bottles, at
For the Suro Curo of Chills, ut
Holmaii's Fever and Ague nnd Liver Pad,
$12 00 Ench.
ROGERS' FEVER AND AGUE PAD, $1 Each,
For Sale by
33 AI1CL A.Y BnOTIIE O.S,
A FULL LINK OF
GLOBULES AND TINCTURES,
For Family Use, by thpSinglcj Vt il or in complete sets. We have
nr-at cases containing KiRhteen of the Principal IIomoDpnthic ltcrnet
dies. I'luin Directions lor their use with every case, will bo Hen
by Mail 0:1 receipt of price, -il 50. For sale by
CLJ Ms 3&
At Wholcsalo, nt
ELAINE, the "Family Safe Guard," at BARCLAY
BROTHERS, has received the Centennial
WAX FhOW'nt MATERIALS, Moulding Tools). Brubhej, A:c , &c ,
A Full Lino t-t
Vasliir.glon Ave nut- Store.
The "La PICCADURA" or "BOSS" 5 ct. Cigar ,
Thi is tho OrUl ml and Ttuu -Bona" Ciienr.
BAltCLAY BKOTIILHS, SOLK AQKNTS.
Golden Lion and other Fine Colognes.
AT BARCLAY BROTHERS.
Choice Perfumery, Imported aud American
in largo variety at BARCLAY BROTHERS.
A Full Line of Toilet Soaps,
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS.
For Plain and Fancy Writing Papers,
Notn, Letter, Foolscap and I-n.l Cap. Envelope, Ink, Pens. Pencila, &c . dto .
Jmw Pricea at BARCLCY'ti Wns:inirton Avuiiuo btois.
Waukesha, Bethcsda, Blue Lick and Saratoga
"idineritl Watera, at BARCLAY BROTIIEItS, Ohio Lavaa.
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS,
ICither Store. Be aurc to call examina and prlca before you Euy
White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
VaruiaUea all roloie. and Puintera Materials, at
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
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