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CTBU8 8. OBKRLYr Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
I ' I'lfiiJciit.
SAMUEL J. TILDFtf.
f New Vi.rV.
vr i't f're-ii'rl't.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS.
pstraiHt.vriAi. ii.h ntmt
Wm. 3. ALLEN, of .tack-.. u..t) .
Was. T. COOLBUAOH. of v i. .-. ...
1st Dla't -Thomas Hoyne.
vt ' -S. 8. Hayee.
Sd -Ar Von.
" -Thoa. B. Coulter.
W. C. Ortm,
th. " -James B. EckcU,
;th " - Oao. B. Martin,
r-th " - C. W. Bullock,
luth " J.W. Davidson,
nth " W. E. Ewlna
lah " -Charier A Keyta,
Uth " 0. A. Roberts,
14th " -O. B. Flcklln.
nth " B. W.Blahop,
Uth " -3.3- PMHips.
17th " O. A. Walkar.
leth " 3. ? Johnson,
ink " J.M-Craba.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
of Kendall county.
l or Lieutenant-Governor.
ARCHIBALD A. GLENN.
df Drown county.
li.r CT.try of state,
S. Y. THORNTON,
y t Auditor,
l or Stile Truiurcr,
of Clinton county.
ter Attorney General,
pf I.f tn county.
Congressional District Ticket
l or Congress.,
ef lUndoIph county.
I or MrroKrt State Board ot fcqualiaiion.
; OLIVER P. HILL,
of I'a'on county.
Senatorial District Ticket.
lor ute Stn.tor t'iilieth ii.tr:,
pf Union couaty.
t or Repreveoutives in tli Legislature-
ALEXANDER H. IRVIN,
S kilc much war l avcoiuiilisUed y
'.'m Method, il miht tiicotirne deltnite
ai.ec'.ationit l( I withhold hr it the niiifc
'.ouof uiy convktioti that no reform of the
ivii iini 't la this eotiulry will lit com
plete and permanent nutll it chief niai'
Irate i const ir uth ually disqualified lor rr
election; experience Imviii rtiiitilly
xpocd the futility ofielf-iiiitinsed rcs'rfc-
tiou It candidate or ilictiUlhetifs.
1 'hro'isu this solemnity only tan ha lie l
UsciuhIIt delivered from hi- jrrr t -t tempta
tion to misuse the power aud )iai routine
with wbiva the Kveentitre is necessarily
barbed. Krnni lainnrl '. Tilde n' letter
.f acefpfaace. ,
ibt iiobJer Mutite tf butusuiti concur
who ttc material interests of all in rcUir
,a that tverv obaiacia ba removed lo a
.u.Ute at! durable rttoinnllaitoa !
n lin-lr.'d roulatioti onct unnaUir
t.u.rjjt J,oa me bans reeojitiied hj
lLt. Lout' platfoiai, f the constitution
f tut United Stat, with it aweoduiCBla
ta.verttUy accepted a a ftaal settlement
of tht controvert which engendered civil
war." Bjt. ia aid et a remit so beoefident,
the tuoral IcCueuca ol ery food cllizcD, aa
wall at attry jtovanitutrilal authority,
oirbt to ba txerttd, cotaluuc to tuulouio
tktir jul tqual'ty btfoie the law, Vut lika
win to fctUMiib a corilal fraternity and
good wi.l ato'i k lit z-riH. whatever there
race or color, ho are cow united in tba
one deatluy of a oiuuiou aelf-Kovaroioent.
Jf the duty ahall be acigued to me, I .liould
not fail to er -le :he ower with which
tiit law and tba toanututioo of ouroouo
try clothe 1U thif magUtrate, to protect all
iu citizem, whatever their former condi
tion, in every political and peraoual light.
Troia Miuuel J. Tildeb'a letter of acce
lie (H'H'juuct tht Jiuumjitiuit vlautt
tf (he act of 1875, and tee h're tie-
iu'iH'1 its r'jttl. Xi(lon"l Ihiiwttiv
Phi i form.
Ve u.in Ac fruit of indu'rj ce
tj'tlhne l fur ( e vf fte tilrr$, thut
thry mn nA vxmted ly the projliiftoy
fraud vr ptculutiou of yt,ur fitilfic
tirjnttt. Cue. Tilde u.
Till. BII.LITI1V EIAHLliTMLT
I am ausious to go out ol tlic newpaier
aud printing buiiuekg into another bul-
uess.aud therefore ofler the whole lit 1 1 e-
iix rrinliuj EUWihmeut toachinciy,
y V, buildings, aud good will of the
litwepsper and Jub ofilce for isle upon
the easiest kind of terms. This news-
pap and Job priming establishment U
fle U-t appointed one in Southern Illi-
iiou, and Is a money-making concern
Any one who wLUes ti engage in the
business will tlu 1 this to bo an excellent
u)uire at tlie lit i t mi olll', ol Mr
Y.. A. Huruetl.
Oct. J, IsTC. Jou-v 11. OkikLV
THE SENATORIAL PISTRIUT
TRorBI.E PAHTIAI.LY HKTTI.a.!
II I IF. w t-Oill.JT0 F HOST.
tT.. Wtltl -ANO MR. tl.-
ftMM.II I ?
At fMilnn 'I I itii' r.il IimihIk
i.H'.d. IStwrt lt.T-mte :iiiI o.mii.hi
.r lliiit jr-nl It-iii.-tii -li'-hl In tliio'tlv rut
llltlf'l.iy Hi'' 'll:tlfiill tliltirl
tlinlMe. in !i f ir H" il l' Ulr tn lliv i"li
tntlill. wa iHlfd. .Itil.'e lliliitiiin
w iilnlrvw IViMU tin iMiira. h nviiitf '!.
Tiiwncin lli' ll'M. will' 'I'" mi'l' t'liiii'l
liitf t lt:il 'l. .i'lavni wnttM nN
rrlirr Imiii Hi- fonlol. pmvi'l'il
lluii. .Ir H are IhmiII lw iiniiiiii il' tl
liy III'1 vimltti ial iliirii't cotivr tit iu.
t til. l'owii ' fti 'iil IlK irlorc. with t lt.it
rciitlfiiiMii fniftMit ami in a. iil.tii'f
with lii intnilinii. withdrew htiii
I mm lli'ciiiil't. " I" I a a w. tin' t a -1 hit
clt-Hr. lr. Ware wa iitlniHil ! Hii
HCtioii. ami ltii cxi'n'-x il lii inl niioit
of oiitilviiir' nitli tli- Mm 1 lil
liifinN. Ill' iimv tln-i'ch'i'c ln-fniisiih ri il
tin? rr'iiUr I 'mortal ie rmli'l.HK- lor
atiiiator in Hie Filtit'tli tliilrhl. kikI
vvc liiivf no diuilit (hat lit
will be elected ly lrc; ruajority.
I'pon lilm ttie Townos anil anti Tov ne
iH-iuoeriU chu and will entlmiaticolly
unite, and in hi election the district will
aecure the acrvlcoa of a man In the Sen
ate who will jrive his time Iinltilrioiily
to the labor of securing the interests of
his constituents. No houes-ter inmi than
Jese Ware walks the earth, ami there is
not living a more sensible Democrat.
Dr. Agncw, our readers will learn by
that-jrentleman's letter of withdiawal
from the canvass, which we publish in
this Issue of the IUi.i.ktin, declines to
continue in the contest; ami thus the
number of candidates for the IIoum on
the Democratic side, has been reduced
to three Mr. A. II. Irviu, lion. F. E.
Albright, and Mr. 1. 11. Kroh. The
friends of L'ol. Tuwnes are
now demanding the rciiioval ut'Mr. Al
bright from the ticket, a lad that is
creating not a liille trouble. What can
be done? II Mr. Albright would now
imitatu the patriotic example ol Col.
fownes and withdraw from the race, the
Democratic skies would again be crene
and beautiful, lint Mr. Albright will
not do this, and so. w hy so. The gen
tlemen In Jaek"ii county who have so
loudly denounced Mr. Albright, may
now take him into their tender keeping
with otir blessing.
The matter iu controvt ry between the
two factions of the Democratic party in
this district having been settled. let all
Democrat at once go to work for the
cause. I nlteu azain, w e are sure of vic
tory, but confidence in the result should
not prevent hard labor, on our part, to
make assurance doubly sure.
SELMUS AVI) BIRD. -TREATMENT
of aeuroe nr ni.norKAT
, A few years ago, Mr. J. II. Obcrly,
white, and Mr. .!. .1. liird, eolored, were
invited to make addresses at the formal
opening of the Southern Illinois I'niver.
slty. Mr. Oberly was assured of a kind
reception, hut he could not comply with
the invitation. Mr. Bird accepted the in
viUttioii. He arrived at ( arliondale.
There a im i iiiuiMitli'c to receive him.
lie made hN speech. and
w:t lot Mght . In iIimI
town ol Radical he could not get
enteriainment. No door was opeurd to
hint. He was ciiitipcllcd to walk miles
into the country lo the houeof a friend.
where he obtained aled. This w-as out-
rageous treatment: but it was the treat
ment the KadiruU gave a ucgio in a
Radical village, the negro being in i by
invitation the not of its people.
The other dwy Mr. hail !oti.
a colored man. visited Cairo (
make a DeincK-raiie sneceh. lie was
kindly revived. The Democrat-, wbot-e
guet he , took him to the M. Charles,
the leading hotel of the city, kept bv a
Radical, and aked tor him the aiue
treatment the oiher guet ol the hotel
received all the rights the civil rights
bill demand for him in a public hostelry,
lie was reit ived without any demonstra
tion by wine host's agent, but was denied
the riicht ol the dining-room. His meals
were fc,t to hU room, prolmbly because
our Radical friends belie vU his presence
iu the dining-room would topple the
house to Its fall shake it to its foundation
with iudignuion. At the Democratic
barbecue ou Thursday last Mr. Nelson
was iuvited to a place uon the staud,
and at the ulght meeting, he spoke from
the .ame platform with Hon. Wm. J.
Allen, one of the Tilden electors
at large, lie made a masterly
speech, was loudly applauded, and
at the conclusion of it received
trom his Democratic audience threw of
the heartiest cheers ever given lo a pub
lic sneaker iu Cairo. "Never." he said,
'bavi I, before this received such kind
This is the difli'icuce. The Radicals
use the negroes aud abuse them ; but the
Democrats, although the negroes de
nounce them, treat all nvgroes with re-
pect and kindness.
111. SERVICE KKrOKM I Ml:R
EC alETART I HAS IILER.
Mr. Chandler, chairmau of the national
tepublican committee, not Ions since
denied publicly that he had used coin-
pulsion to obtalu contributions from his
subordinates iu his department at Wash
ington. In contradiction of this denial.
comes one Mr. W. II. Babcock, forauerly
me Drst examiner iu the pateut office, a
position he obtained "by success in
aeveral rigid competitive examinations
and had filled long aud satUlactorilv."
usi twiore the Couuectleut eleclion.
Mr. Babcock was informed that Le was
fxpacted to vote with the ICcnublk-au
party iu that state and to contribute to
au aateismcnt for the campaign. To this
hi objected. The refusal brought down
ou him the displeasure of his superiors in
office. Me saw that it was wmtplianee
or a diimisal Irom Ids Hsltioti, aud he
..l.tr.A Aft.. B ....
ii.us vim uiter. tiio manner of
ue aumissai u tliu related by Mr.
One day the chief iWVAttu
I L,tti L"J1 to IU IU tullc,lkr wtlUU
orandum, which seemed to be In Chan
"V. 11. Uaticock.of Connet lit nt, Won't
The Chief Clerk said : -"Charges have
been preferred asiiisl you. .Mr. lulls- ;
ex k. Im Iom- Hie secretary. Th ehsiget :
sic that tun relusr to v ola or to pav for:
political purMe. I hevcreUiy vvi-hee i
a report upon I he lvw poitil naiiii'l ill
the iiiouioraiidimi." Ol eoiirn I wa in- !
iliitiaui at such a reipiiii iiii'iit ; but I iliil j
lolhins direpe'llul. ' Oil tlnl coiitrv y ,
liiiHili-ii i-iiii)T;it mid l"i ml written I
reHiit, the IhhIv t which xv.i a fob
I Woli'l Vole or pMt lot pnl'.lii ,d lllt- ,
por s. Iiecnti -e In T fluty s mi iiflict r o I
Hits irp;i Inn lit d ies nut require Mu lt1
action and my choice a a priv.iiw ciiircii I
itur. not pionipl il. I li ivc ihic and am !
ihiinsr.my proper work Inn Molly, render- ;
in lo the government litofe tlun all j
eipiivaliMit for the salary received. I SIM
uiidT no obligation to any p.irly. mid ,
ctttnot be forced to pay moony whith I
do not owe.
One week utir r the c onifctiont eh clion
Mr. Ii.ibcock received his discharge. No
i liarr d iticompelency, or itrglect ol
duly vver" prcieiTcd agiint- hiiti. No
reduction td' the lorce in his of
fice was lielng node. He wa tiirnrd
out without any pretenl wluttcTer. In
his letter to the New York Herald mak
ing public his conduct on the part of Sec
retary Chandler. Mr. Uabcnck says :
I had declined to vote contrary to my
convictions and I had refused to lie rob
bed. For that contumacy this high
minded Cabinet, officer first exerted all
the prestige ot his position to intimidate
me into compliance, and then, when this
proved insufficient, punished me by ex
pulsionll is true that ( have not suffered
materially thereby, but I owe him no
thanks for that. If I am not mistaken he
expected a different result. At any rate
the inherent tneauniss and despotism of
his course remain unaltered and un
atoned. If I were a negro and he a South
ern planter I could legln proceedings
against htm under an net ot Congress
which pronounces the penalties ol line and
imprisonment against such offenders In
that section. Rut in my case there is no
redress, except to publish the outrage as
broadly as possible, and trust to public
opinion for the rest.
Comment in this cao Is superfluous. It
illustrates perfectly the civil service re
form practiced by the Republican party
leader, and is a timely exposure of their
base and hypocritical pretenses in Htat
Ax Associated press dispatch, dated
Charleston. S titli Carolina, October,
2'ith, announces that an important ad
dress lo the people of the Cnited States
has just been issued from that city. The
president of the chamber of commerce
has united with the Methodist, Catholic
and Episcopal bishops and leading Pres
byterian, Lutheran, Ilaptist and Jewish
luin'stcrtf. and presidents of national and
other banks, in Charleston, in an address
ou the condition of South Carolina to the
people of the United States, which denies
that th white icople of South Carolina
arc disloyal or disaffected to the United
States government ; that any part of the
state is in insurrection ; that Hit law can
not be duly enforced within the limits of
the stale ; that any lawful eaiic exists
lor federal interference ; that the white
people ot the Mate are dlsaflected to
wards th eolored people, or dcMre to in
fringe ou their political or civil rights ;
thai the title clubs in the latc 'are com
binations againt law, and that iu th re
cent race cnliion the white people have
been Hie aggressors.
111. mm; WasiinrKN-, chief o the -u ret
service, has at latt b-'ll disiniel by the
preaident. Reason: iliskiyalry to Grant.
o fault has been found with Hie manner
in which a.liburn dii-charged his du
ties; Secrelary Mot rill, through whom
the president conveyed to Wahburn the
iuforuiatlon that his resignation would
he Hceeitablr. exprored to Wa-hburn
perfcci. satisfaciiou with I lie manner in
which he had prrtoriue I his duties;
gave liiui no reason for the president'
action, but, intimated (hat Grant' ,li
tavor was caused by the lormer intimate
relations existing beiweii Uristow, Wil
son and the chief. Here U another beau
tilul page in tin- history o the Republi
can party which Inircrsoll should not fail
to iii-utioti aiunug the othar achieve
ments of "the ouly decent party that
ever existed under the sun."
Tut assessment upon tli! department
clerks at Washington, are higher in this
canvass than they have ever been before.
The national Republican committee an-
prcclaio the fact that the habit the Demo
cratic party has (alien into of being beaten
bythe Radicals they propose to honor in
the breach this fall, and the poor depart
ment clerks are made to pay accordingly
to help swell the Republican national
lund. Tbe argument used by the fund
gatherers Is :4" Would you not rather give
part of your salary to retain yourselves
in power than to loe it all by being forced
to.retlrc by the success ol the Democrats V"
The outrage mill W grliiditig last and
furiously in Louhdaua and Mississippi.
Reports of depredations upon uegroea
are daily forwarded to Washington, aud
it is exacted that (ieti. Sboridan will
soou be notified to hold all his available
troops ready to go dovvu there before the
Oov. Titot.v's letter lias created in-
teuse satisfaction among Democrats iu
all the length aud breadth of the country
aud corresponding dissatisfaction aud dis
may iu the Republican party. It has
completely exploded one ol the most ef
fective arguments of the opponents of
The Democracy are holding Urge and
succestdu! meetings at all the linportaot
points In Soutlcru Illinois. The pros
pects lor the success ot tbe Democratic
ticket are brightoniug every day.
Siokch who shot and killed Jim Pisk
Ave years ao, will leave Slug Blag
prison to-day, a free man. lit has paid
tuepeuaity ol Ida crime by lite years
Tiicgoverdioent printers at Washing
ton have bctin notified that tpty must
liand ovtr thlrty-riyt dollars plri foi
the hatioaal litpublican tuuj.
The CinelnLati Oo -eUt, one of th
strongest Rpuhli an papers in Ohio,
tells its Republican refitrs, Ihat Ohio l a
possible Democratic state."
MMIui; Coxa It". I'"d Rx-elialor
Cat pen It r have withdrawn from the eaii
as and will make no Kloie speeches 'for
Have and Wheeler this year.
I ui. jury in tin; Sullivan murder trial
at Chicago could no! agree and were
lfehargcd on Thurd;iy. Th" aeeii-ed
w ill It vc a new trial.
Inn thousand ccnij'iinOil travelers
Vi-it the vv bite house dally. - 's
I he (tnllltnrt Mnrrfer .
n?cio, O. t.'.'ti. Tin; jury in the c.i-c
of the IVoplevs. AhAamlcr Sullivan, on
liial in Hie ctiiuitml court hern for the
tuurdcr ol 1'raricts llanfoiil. came into
(he court room this morning ami aaln
iuloiiiied the court, .ttnlye McAllister.
Hint they were uuH1' lo aaree, and asked
I Im- lischared. Uiih this nspiest the
court couiplied. It is understood thai
the jniy stood eleven for acquittal am
one tor conviction on lhat charge.
Then' is much dicuioii iu the city
about the alleged partisan course ol
Judge McAllisterduring the entire trial
aud especially In his instructions to the
jury. Prosecuting-Attorney Reed has
openly intimated in court his opinion of
the rulings, aud feeling is so strong in
town that several Petitions are in circula
tion asking McAllister to resign. The
petitions of the Board of Trade have been
siifueil by a majority of the most promi
nent member and embrace some fifteen
hundred or two thousand names.
After the arguments of the counsel lor
the defence aud n protest by Mr. Reed,
Jude McAllister this afternoon admit
ted Sullivan to bail in the sum of $S.OOO.
The court vigorously defended itself
from the accusations of Mr. Reed and af
firmed its belief that the prisoner was
rather wronged than wronging, and that
there w as no murder in the case. Berry,
the juryman who stood out for convic
tion, stntes that he was assailed by jury
man doting their deliberations in the
vi'ejt manner, that threats were made
ajrainst his lite if he should persist, and
that he dsred not sleep in the jury-room.
The exc tement over the case is on tjic
incrcae in the city.
Con lid en l ef T114ch's Snereas.
I From a Washing ton Letter.l
A lortnight ago Chandler told a friend
that he was out of money, and could not
possibly raise any, even for Ohio. Where
can he raise any now . Assuredly the Re
publican managers hare reason to fed
blue, aud they are blue. The recent elec
tiou has also enabled the political arith
metic man to figure away at Hie electoral
vote, and the more that vote Is figured at
the better seem the chances for Mr. Til
den. Most of the old political heads here
have been so figuring, and many of them
are saying now that they do not see how
Mr. Tilden can be beaten. The calmest
kind of reasoning gives him at least the
Th Koae l'llen.
(Front the Chicago Times)
Elratr Washburne, as chief of the se
cret service bureau of the treasury, was
Bristow's conetant aid iu prowcuting the
whisky ring. Like Wilson. Varyan, and
Pratt, this rendered him odious to the
itretfideiil, and having waited as long as
le could contain himself General Grant
has finally asked Washbnrne to step down
and out. Thus Grant i liuatty rid o
all who were closely idciititicd w'ith the
ebulliiion of reliirm Ix'gun by the luck
le8 llli-low. Poteibly, the' reason thai
Grant retained the chief so long was that
Chandler iiiij;ht secure the lull a.cs
mciit. The sudden deei-ioti point to
this rjuiie Mnifleaiill.v.
Wirtes. . M Uif I li ! of A bill. A. I',
l-T-', .lotm II. IMiitlm. met li.irhrl .1. l'lnllislnn
wile, iilii iel ilfjivrinl t i tlie tiu'leriijfml,
lor the iur)e oi .Mirms lite a loenl of a
i rtllll ir liiin-ulT nulr ilt.-vriii nieiitiouril, a
Iru.r the tiillowin-ile4Tils irrliiit-e,
lo-nif : l.ol iiuiiiberrj eililrrii (lw) . in M i
niiiulieie'l lour (). in ilifi it f ul ( .aim, llliiiois,
it i i't wlirrca ltxiili 1 1 tie I'l'u luiele ui tlx iat
inf ill of id note. Sr w, lln r' tuir, in inn -ti-imei.f
Id itiiihoiiiT cotiterrcil t.v m ' trnl
ilft-l. I will tall It, aliove lccrilic. pif rtui-es.
al ll ! 1 1 r-. Tii.ur. iu I tic IihIihM lii,rr, lor
-ali in hand, at lli emu I h"tihe door ia (afro,
lllinoia, on Saiutdav, Die lh da of 'clul.ei .
A.U.. I T" . at l hotir nt io'clot k, i.m.t of I
aid day, raid (ale to le without rtdriiiitiou.
Ai.r Kt.it n. n at f unit, irttttee
nHKKN A (.II.MKKI' Aflornevs. epf
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C AND EE
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Vatitaal Beak Baildiag, me-stairs.
?ha OldaatKaUblUhtd Asanoy la Bout
am Illlnoia, rfpraaanUnar ott
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Bouthorn Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stores
JabkdaS PreaaPtlr Dose.
. i - i ... ii. 1 1
Wheicaa, Emily Uoliue of the City of t iio,
couutv of Alczaader, and State of Illinois, ly
hereertatu tuoriaaiia dwd, duly executed, au
kuowledceil and delivered, hearina rdale Hie
seventh Jay of October, A. I., 17.1, aud re
corded in the recorder' ollice of auid couuty ol
Alexander, iu volume (book) '.," ou gt lei.
did couvey unto (he uuderaiened, hia linit ,ud
sHioaaa luortgauee, the lolluwitip dcacribed
ronerly, aituata iu lha City of Cairo, vouuty
of Aletaudar. and tUta of lllluot. lo-wtti
lot uuinlwred Iwuty-H va t) in Irfock tnitn
liered fltly-ooa ( d) , in tba City of Cairo al'ore.
said, which aaid mar urn if vra iualeto aecure ih
lyuieal o'anerlafu Ttniiiaory Bote of the
said fctutly Uohnea, bearioir aren date wilb said
UtorUatf, lortbaaum of ttea hundred dollars
liable in two yrara alter daU, to the order
ol tlie undersigned, with interest at the ratu u(
ten per cant, in-r annum, until paid' And
Where a, default ba been made til th iviy.
nieol of aaid note, an 4 interaat. Biow tbcreloi
1'Ublir aoiica ia hereby aien that on lite Mb
day of Koeeuiber A. 1. J-7", l rlt vn o'clm W
a.m., al tht west door of tbe court house, in the
City of Cairo, - ejunly of Alenander,
aad Stale, tf Illinois, I shall at II K
ulilU' sale ll It" hislieat bidder for
rath, I be said inriaaasl nrnuisr and all
beneftt of eiuicy of redeuiptlou of the aaid
Kmily Holme, bar beira, ctersitors, adininis
tralor, or aaaiau tltereia, uurauant t Ilia uows
tr eiid i(,i ii. as in lb said moilyavr toil
tIL1 l.'utsar it Li skiahaU.
v.-.io, HI., Oct. .11, i,t, Hoilr.fe.
(Or Jf placed la a I'm, ever)
16 MILES OF
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
kv i ii v si v. r
it i 'i . i
Wherever l?sed or sil I
Is" ahohlel; Ikl i M!
Ot K NKW l.lr.9
Nob. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 40
Are a Marvelou Combination of
And all the l;.tnt;l Point that go to MuU up
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
l.ter Ottered Iu Hie riihllr.
Made Only by the
Excelsior Manufacturing o.,
Not. CI 2. till. CIO and CIS X. Main M .,
Kl. I.oiiln, yin.
0. W. HENDERSON,
City National Bank
CAPITAL- - 1100,000
W. ! HA1.I.IDAT. I'ns.i.ler,t
HKNKY L. HA1.UDAY, Vhl'rr..
A. It aArroltU, Caahirr.
WA ' II HYSI.or, Ass'M "h.rr.
.. Stint Tati.ob, t: II. Crwuiuii,
II I,. JIai t.toir, VV. r. Haii. iiil,
1. W ii.t.i A,iN SirtrKix ItieK,
A . B, 'irroth,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
Dtr0sJT. reeeiv. and a riirl ;i.r,kiu
r r.Tvf, fresl.'.mf. H. Well. Catinrr.
I". Ni-n. V ice 1'i.i't. 'I . .1. kenli, till i
Corner Comuaralal Avt k&tl bth Sti eet
. h.-.s, I airo. VV'ni. KliiK, siro.
I'. " ft", I airo. Wm Wolie, ( aim.
. "-ifnik. (aim. K I,. IlillmKnifv.ii I ..uis
. ItinHi , i airo II . V riln, i u,',.
K II. Ilriiikloan. Si. I.i.ui,,
I. . I'lfinstia, 4'ale.biniA
tietteial ItaiiMiijf Uualneaa llaue.
.Tf-Bi-jira:e sold aud houglit. Innisti ald
u Hi J-aTmpi n- srtnu tit. i ollfi tion. maite,
rid ajl h'l-ui es ff .mx'lv attfiidfd lo.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, I860
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A. B 8A1TOK1). freaident
H 8 TAYLOB, Vice lresiiletit.
W. U VbLUf , Hec'y and J reaaurer
P.W. llAMCLAV, ( liat. GaLIOUBB,
F.M. STOCayLKTU, l'ix( HcHtU,
It. 11. CuaxiNuiiAu. II. L. Hallway,
J. .VI. riiiLLii s.
IXTKREST jiaid on ilejiosit at tbe rate ol aix
ncreeut. erannuu, March lotaud lptem
Mr 1st. Intense uot withdrawn ia ad'tcd unine
1 lately to the principal of (lie deposit, thervby
ivin( theiu coiiinouud iulereat
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
olso can draw it.
0ien every buHineeiiday rroinWa ni. to 1 p.m.
ad Saturday eveniug for sunngn dtpoeiu ouly
roiu t to 8 o'clock.
W. HYSLOP. Treaeurar.
A GENIS WASTED t0 -IU'
sAaif Kventa at the Kational Capital
AND THE CAMPAIGN OP 1876y
Junt the lioek for the time. Give a lull history
of the National Capital aud Uoverumenl. Miovva
how the Kovcruineut ha been uiunuKcd im ita
oraaniAatiou. Kxplaina how Job uit put
tlirotiKh eiioitrvk. dive a lull hislory of the
Whisky fraud aud Ilelkuap hntuihil. Iini't
Ihe liv of Uayea, Wheeler, 1 1 Idea and Ilea
di n ks. Uraud chance for Agents. Address.
s-17-wsw J. II CIIAMUKllS. hU Louie.Mo.
VM PROPIT 0H JI00
Msde any day in Putt i Calh. Invent accorJinir
toyouru.cn. $10, jO or 1"0, iu S I CK K 11(1 V
ILfcGl.S, hj broi'ijlit a small furliin to the careful
iuvtator We idvi.s when and bow loOftSAlb
AKI.y. ISook with full iarVirmatien tcht Jrtt
Addiourdera hy mail and le'. graph to
BAXTER & CO.,
Bankers and Urokar 17 Wall bt.. N Y.
Thro Ibouaand, Iho hundred and Al'iy dollar
worth of newapaner advertiaiua, al uidiheia'
nti'S. i(ivii for ITisj, aud a lhi inuullia' not
rcerMed in iauuiil Irmu a-Hrriisnsof iwjh,u.
ibilliy. A piiuteil list, i;i1iij baiue.c (larai'ier,
rlual dally aad sleekly euvulalioa and Ixdnl
a la of lTrllstii, tent li l any addraet.
Abplytolieo I'. UoM.IIAlo., N.Htpact
Ad.erltsiag Ateod, i farkltow, . .
f U M V
. - -
Two Sizes, 50c. and 1.00 Dot lies, nt
BARCLAY BROS. .
For tho Sure
Holman's Fever and Ague and Liver Pad,
ROGERS' FEVER AND AGUE PAD, $1 Each,
For Salo by
33 AnOL A.Y 33X1.0TII33 Fl,
A FULL LINE OF
GLOBULES AND TINCTURES,
For Family Use, by theSinglo Vial or in complete sots. We have
neat cases containing Eighteen of tho Principal Homeopathic Remet
dies. Plain Directions lor their uso with every case. Will be Sen
by Mail on receipt of price, $1.50. For sale by
QJ 9& .U. Dj dlfr :
At Wholeaulo, at
ELAINE, tho 'Tauiily Safe Guard," at BARCLAY
BROTHERS, has received the Centennial
WAX H.OWKR MATERIALS. MouldinR Tools, HrtiHbee, Ac, Ac,
A Pull Ijino nt
Washington Avcnuo Store
The "La PICCADURA" or -'BOSS" 5 ct. Cisar ,
Thm is the Oriifi ml mid Tiv. "Br.ts" Cluitr.
BARCLAY BROTHERS, SOLE AGENTS.
Golden Lion and other Fine Colognes.
AT BARCLAY BROTIIERS.
Choice Perfumery, Imported and American
in large variety at BARCLAY BROTIIERS.
A Full Lino of Toilet Soaps,
I Cheap at BARCLAY BROS.
For Plain and Fancy Writing Papers,
Notti, Letter, Folficap and Leg-al Cap. Envelop. Ink. Pens. Pennila Au . Ike ,
Low Prices at BARCLCY'S Waaainrton Avenue Store
Waukesha, Bethesda. Blue Lick and Saratoga
t Mineral Water, at BARCLAY BROTHERS Ohio Lave
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS,
Kither Store. Be aura to call examine and price before you Buy.
White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Varniahea all colore, and Pointers Materials, at
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
and Malaria King.
Cure of Chilla, at