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CYRUS 8. OBERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
5, i ,. A , 1 I i i
For I'retldeiM, ,
8AVTJXL 3. TILDEN,'
of SW York.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS.
Wm. J. AIXEN.of Jckonrttnty.
Wm r. COOLBtJAOH, of t ook county.
1st Sii't'Thomti Hoyne.
Sd - S.- S. Hajra. '
Sd " -ArnoVott,
Uh ' Tho. B Coulter, ..
Mh " W.O. Oreen,
t.h " -Jamea B. Eckels,
7th " Oeo B. Martin,
Sth " -O. W. Bollock, ;,
9th " -L.W.JUMI, .
loth " Davldsoa,
llth " W . Swintr,
l-'vh " Charles A Keyee.
Hth " OA. Roberta,
Uth " O. B. Flo kiln.
l.Hh " -B. W. Bishop,
loth -J.J. Phillip. '
i:th " -O. A. Walker
1-th ' J. P. Johnson,
i-th " -J.M. Craba. -
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
of Keoiiil &uty.
ARCHIBALD A. GLENN,
of BrcWS county.
Fir Secretary of State ,
S. Y. THORNTON.
cf Took county.
For State Tre-Vmrtr,
of Clinton coanty.
For Attorney General,
t-i Lpgitn ctuinty.
Congressional District Ticket-
of It.tula'.ph county.
Fur MtmN:r Sute Beard of Kquaiiratiitn.
OLIVER P. HILL.
of Union county.
Senatorial District Ticket.
rut Hatt bcuitvr Fif.ittU DUuiet.
of Vniou county,
I f-t Rtpreser.utives in the LtiWaturc Fiftieth
ALEXANDER H. IBVlN,
While much msy be accomplished by
thete method, it luiht encourage delusive
expectation If I withhold here tbe exptcs
1od of my conviction that no reform of the
civil ssrl?e In thu country will be com
plete and permanent until It chief magis
trate 1 constltutlcnally disqualified lor rc
elrction; experience liavitiij repeutsdly
expobed tuo futllitv of if ini-'oti mtric
uiiu. oy candidates or incumbents.
Throni'b IhN solemnity only can he be ef
fectually delivered I row hiagreatsst tempta
tion to iu ue the joer and patronage
wl h wblct the Executive it necearily
charged. From Samuel J. Ti!de.n'a letttr
The noMer motive of humanity concur
with tti materia intere.U of all in rctuir
lug inut every obstacle removed to a
complete and durable reconciliation be
tween kindred toiulation once unualur
ally etranged on the bast recognised by
tbe St. LouU platform, of the "coui-Utution
of t tie United State, with it amendment
uiilveroally accepted a a final settlement
of the controversies which engendered civil
war." But, in aid of a re-uit no beneficlent,
tbe moral influence of (ver good citizen, a
well a every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their jukt eiualty before the law, but like
wise to e.ublUa a cordial fraternity and
good will among clt fen, whatever there
race or color, who are now united in tbe
one destiny of a common self-goveroment.
If the duty shall be asiigned to me, I should
not fail to exercUe ihe power with which
the law and the constitution of our coun-
try clothe it thief mapi.trate, to protect all
iu cltin., whatever their former condi
tlon. ia every political and personal right.
Krom Samuel J, Tilden's letter of accep
tance. Wr denounce the Rttumption claute
f the act of 1875, and we fare de
mand itt repeal. Xaf tonal k tnoratic
.Srr v.ltu tin frvit of imlvtiry are
jatTfd for the tie of the tuikrt, (hat
liny or not vatUd f.j ihr froflitpnj
fraud ur peculation of your public
Tlt UlLl.rriV 1:T4DLIHHI.T
1 aui anxious to go out of the utvrpaiK.r
aud priuling builuefc tato another bu-i-
rwei.and Uitrtforc offer the whole lit lie-
M2 Printing Latabliahmeul luacbiuery,
type,, building, and ;ood will of the
newspaper and Job office for salt; upon
fbc eaAeet kind cf terra. This new6
Iper aud Job printing csublUbtueut U
l Ust appointed one in Siouthcru I1U
noia, and Is a moaey-m&klug conctru.
Any cue w ho w ishes to augage In the
bualatM will fjud Mil to bf an excellent.
orporttttiiiy., , , i ! ;
Inquire tt the lit ili tix office, ot Mr
C. A. Burnett.
Oct 19, l)?c. Jos- D. Omu.
A wen si hi a Apt! to l he lmoaratl
trra tl me rifllelh ntMlarlM
, Caiao, lit., Ort. ST,
To the Voter" of the rittleth Senatorial Dlntrlcti
: It I imnwanrj' and titwall! for, to
maki any statement witlf rejrard to the
unfortuoielivb.lu which ha herftoforr
existed In the Democraey ol the Fiftieth
enatoriHl dlsirUt, reciwrtlnif th caudl
date for state senator., ,Snfllco It to aay
that both candidate hatf come forward
and resigned from thefntcst;u lia glxo
Dr. Agne'w for reprt-wntatlvt1; and the
enatorial committt-e liare placed upon
the ticket for ocnator lion. Jesse Ware,
of Union county, and Mr. A. II. In In of
Alexander County, for rcpresenlative, in
place of Hon. John II. Oherly, who ha
diclined to be a candidate. With thrfc
appointee, the retiring candidate and
their friends havo expressed their entire
athfMction and promised Iheir benrty
and united support. Thus by thl noble.
jrenerou ftnd thorouguiy t'einocratlc
conduct baa fictorr been made sure,
where defeat might therwie have re
sulted. - It I but another eridnce that
Democrats are at all timet lUlog to sac
rlBce their pefoc&l teeliagi gad intereiti
on the altar of their party and their coun
try. The united thanks and gratitude ol
the whole people of tbe dUtrict and par
tleularly ot tbe Democratic party, axe due
the?e gentlemen for restoring harmony
and unity to a divided party In the district.
Iet not our gratitude be forgotten but let
it be shown In tbe iutnre whenever op.
portunity, social or political, msy offer.
Nothing i now left to be done but with
an united and determined effort to make
the majorities for our state representatifes
and senator, for oar eonjrressmon, onr
state ticket and our president, a lnrgc a
poible. " The committee congratulate
the voters of the district upon the pro
pect of certain victory to the whole Dera
By the committee of tire Fiftletli e-
atoriid district. -
W. 11. Moaiits, Cliairuiin.
HIM HISDOM HASiCiCIDAU l.
The following telegram waa yesterday
received from Col. Don JlorrUon, our
good friend of the. eloquent tonnc and
religious turn of mind: -
PtORti, Oct., 27, leTti.
X- Judi Mulhey or J. H . Oherly.
Glory to God In the Mxitest! Hfs
wisdom has guided your footsteps.
t . Dox Mobbisu.
lu w hat bag the footsteps of tho atuid
Judge and the gentle John been guided,
do you ask? No, uo t you cuuuot ask tb
quectoiu.. You know enough to know
as our friend Bob Ingersoll says -that
the euthUMUHtic Don means llmt the toot
steps of the Judtfe and the John hare
been directed by heavenly wisdom to a
settlement of the senatorial question.
We believe b'.iu, for In this canvass the
skies seem to sinllc with great brightness
upon the Democratic cause. If there is a
Democratic lion anxious to cat a Dem
cratic lamb, the benignant skies Induce
the lion to put off his tuoal, and the ra
venous beast and the gentle wool-bearer
lie down together. Indeed, not a few of
the mostappetite-condenmed Democratic
lions in this part of the political wilder
ness are eating straw like gentle Demo
cratic oxen. Peace ia In our ranks and In
our hearts; and tbe tnlllunium would
now dawn in this senatorial district,
if the wheeling bird of Union county,
the dark-plumaged and tast-rtylug Crow
itoruetimes Incorrectly written Kroh
would settle down upon some convenient
branch and croak no more ; and it the
never-tirlnit but gentle dUpositioned
wolf of Jackson the all-dsrkeuing Al
brightwould cease to growl, and get
into tbe pen with the harmless lamb
the black-wooled Oberly and with that
gentle sheep would go to singing a psalm
of reconciliation. But the Crow w ill fly
and the wolf w ill growl and the lamb will
bleat, and tbe millenluto must be post
poned lor a season.
But, really, there Is cause for the re
Jolclnir words of Col. Morrison ; and to
we Join him in his loud acclaims. We
sound tbe loud timbrel, even as tbe re
Joiclng Miriam and her women did, over
Egypt's dark bour, and with dancing and
with songs, celebrate tbe reconciliation
ol the Townea and anti-Towncs
fictions ol the Democratic party of this
district. At this very moment, in ec
static imrglnation, we are clinging to
tbe neck of Billy William gad are sbak
log bands with Mot Harrell ; are in the
embrac of Col. Towne and rcceivlog
tbe benediction of Dave Mnegar; we
bear Jesse McH&tQe swearing . that
be always did like Oberly, and Oberly
declaring that &lac. was always the
pple ot bis eye, bis rose of Sharon and
the conscience of the Fiftieth district.
In tbts tame imagination, wo behold
Bross and Mulkey rccuiviug thu forgive
ness ot Miles Parker; llilcmau biessiug
Townvs ; Mulkey and Ureeulec bobuob
blowliu Dunning bud Comings ; Wileou
doting upon Agnew, und over all the
bafpyaud roeonciled family ol tho lie-
mocracy. Judge Crawford, the jxtler
famlluu, holding hU baiuls outward as If
m the act of bedding forth a bene
aicUou, aud we besr bis good volte
singing out the w jrds : "Bs you, toy
chlldeo, bless you whllu the meek and
gentle comuiltUt-M orris, Treece and
Lemma, crowu the Judg witjj their
good opinion and y u him i
' Blessed are the peace-mukers in the
Democratic party, tor bomo of tbeua con
tlnuc on the btncli, and aouie jo to ton
greso." bo, with Morrbjou wc fcay to all tli peo.
pie ft tho late warring factious of this
senatorial district: "His wisdom has
guided youf footsteps, but don't (orget
to work and rote tot ITare ."
HAJkfAELt A.tf) ta? t aWrTA-
Uarttln tttjacfrTSttloiw Cadlel rceroC
thta coagrtMionnl dUtrict an ckirgicjr
tbat Uon. rTtiiiam HartalC Democratic
nsatnbtr of congress aadJcandWaf lor re
election, toted tor certain rebel war
; There Is not tna word ol truth In" il.U
charge ; and no paper making U has fur
nished any evidence to substantiate it
not one particle . of such evident.
Indeed, even . while making the
charge, they contradict themselves
Thev do this hr showing that tbe bill.
containing the rebel claim's spoken ot,
never became laws. How cauld Mr.
Hartzell vote for Mils that were never
put to a vote? Will some of the malign
era of Ibis ftentlemaii answer this ques
tion ? , .
There Is no law aalint making adc
maud upon the United ffutes for moucy.
Even a rebel may do this. Any one can
call splriV from tho Taoiy deep. To
do so Is as eay as lying. But
will they' comer Certain demands
were made by rebels Hpou tlie
Democratic house of congress ; but were
they paldf That ia the question. And
the truthful answer Is : "Not one."
Every bill containing a claim upou. ti e
United states for monev, on account of
property destroyed in the rebellion-war.
that passed congres nt the last session,
was voted tor by tbe Republicans as well
as the Democrats of tbe houe ; ran the
gauntlet of the senate and received tbe
approval ot tbe presldect. "
More than thi, at the first s?slon of
the Forty-third congress a Itepabllenn
congres one hundred and nine cases of
what th Republican, now call rebel
claim, were reported favorably by the
Republican committee on war claims of
the house. "'The amount of money In
rotted in these was over right millions
of dollars. This Included the cotton cases
and all these In which the claims were
not for a definite sum, and these are esti
mated. But In the cases where the sums
of money demanded were deflnite.the total
sum recommended to bs paid out of the
treasury by the Radical committee for
"rebel claim," was Ave millions eight
hundred and eighty-one thousand dollars.
' Now, tbe other side.: At the first .es
siou of the Fourty-fmirth congress tire
uou' of which was Democrat ic only
tifty-two cases of such claims "wen re
ported favorably by a DernocraMc coui
niittcc, of which casts forty-four hart
been reported upou favorably by tho Re
publican committee ou war clainij of the
house of the precdiBg Itcpublican con
gress. Of I he cusea reported only seven,
teen passed the leiiiocratic house, ono
bclox a Iltpublicun eeuate bill for 3-j,.
650. Tho amount uvolvcd in tbe tifty
two casts lefcrred to ubovc was $ 215.3S1 ,
aud the amount involved In tbe castrs
pawed by tbe boivte, uot lucludtug tbe
senate cite, was onjy $?J,J33. , Uvcry
Republicau lu tbe hocbc, with an
occasional esccptiou, toted (or all
ot the bills allowing those, claims ; and
some of them indeed, the inot of them
w ere passed over the vote of Democrats
like Holman, w ith whom, npon ull ques
tions of economy in the administration of
the government, Mr. llarlzell nlways
Thus does ttie foundationlcs charge
made against Mr. Hartzell fall to tho
ground. The man who hereafter shall
make it, will by making it write himself
down a consummate fnlt1cr a loose
tongucd ra-iCiil. ;
A . correspondent asks certain ques
tioni about Albright in this Issue of tbe
BciXETix. We do not wish to go Into
this matter. A large number of gentle
men good Democrats honest men seek
ing reform, you understand biter the
first Jonesboro convention, declared that
uiey wouia not no never : support
Albright. He was the man they were af
ter. His was tbe political scaln thev
wished to take. And so they
said to Obirly: . -Get off tbe
ticket, or else we will slaughter
you. With fownes we could get along,
but with Albright never 1" And so on
went the fight, until at lnot even Albright
got to be one of tbe "good Democrats,
and began to cry : "Towncs must get
down and out. II lie don't 1 will stump
for lineman." Off went Towncs patri
otlcally. Then down went tbe good
Democrats contentedly, saying: Well,
Bob Is off. Let us be thankful tor small
favors and stop maxlng a fuss. Let Al
bright b." Thus matters stand ;
but there is not a little feeling among the
friends of Townes. They say: "Al
bright was the original cause of trouble.
If he not been nominated, peace would
have prevailed in the parry, and Towncs
would have run through;, flavin
caused this trouble, Ajbrlgbt turaee)
upon" Townee became one of the
dd good Democrats, and he!r,d
crowd Bob off. And now at ' a
reward for hit unlialthfulntsa we
are asked to vote for him with the
d d good Democrats. Will tee him in
the hot plane first ; and we demand that
the committee shall sweep bun off tho
ticket, with the other damaged materia).
Townes, Oberly and Agnew." Evi
dently they art angry; but what are we to
do about it. Mr. Albright has the eoai.
tuittee In bis favor, and all ot its good
Democrats bless our rose-leafed snls !
have become calm. Not a wave of anger
rolls aoros our pcuceful bream. '
But to bo more dtllnitc. Did Al
bright go Utk ou Townes lie did;
but he did so atUr he became a good
Democrat," aud ahould not be bltncd.
Did Mortlond try to comproiuiset IU
did; but wlml of that? Hadn't ht a
right to do so
lu short, this matter is Uweod. aud
correspondent might as well possess
their good soul iu goutle pattern. Thai
thing is nxed. and-well, we ''god-l
Democrats," weakinod wonderfully.
We Oi 1 ; and did boldly, 1
WILL SOT HE AMCBJBD Og tAltt'
"Hliould 1 bo elected preaidept," says
Gov. Tildeh m his hit Utter oa tli rubtl
war claims issue, "the proylsLs pf j(he
rourtcenth amendment wlll.ss) ar asds
pends :gm n, be mahtairieJ, etecutei4
t uKiAlTirA trorui
fat),z M t1f;bt vi bc; fc, ot
t&ld. Xoyjaim for tic los or enianol
patloS of Aiy slave w'U be allowed. No.
claim for any loss or d.msge Incurred by
disloyal persons arising from the late
war, wueUiar covered by the FourleenlU
amendment or not, will be recognized or
pafd, tbe cotton tat shall not be re
funded, I shall deem it my duty to veto
every Ull provldirgor the. assumption
or payment of any such debts, losses.
damages, claims, or for tbe refunding of 1
any such tax.'; . . : . - ' r
"But," exolalnt the Republicans la
reply, "this is a thought of Slippery Ssm
after ihe charge 1 made.'! But the Rcput
licans thus exclaiming are mistaken, In
1S75. in a niessage.to tho legislature, of
New York, Gov. Tildeo declared that he
and the Dcmociaiio party held tbe' posi
tion of defenders of tbe eonutuiion as It
Is. The soitthtTn' . people, he said, are
bound by the amendments to Hie const!
tut Ion. one cf which declares that
neither the- United State, nor any state,
6hall assume or pay any debt or oWll
gatlon Incurred In aid of insurrection or
rebellion against the United State, or
auy claim for the loss or emancipation
of any slave, but all such debts, obliga
tions and claims shall be held illegal and
void. Going beyond this. Gov. Tilden
now aerts that no rebel claim of any
kind shall be either assumed or paid
that he will veto any bill passed allowing
auch claims. Thus i another gun of
our Radical detainers spiked.
CE. C4KY OX THE HlTVATIOX.
Gen. S. F. Csry, cnndiJate on the In
dependent ticket for vlce-preJdnt, In
an Interview with a New . York B-ral
reporter, aserteJ that he did not expert
tbe success of the Independent ticRct.
He believed the sympathy of the great
mass of the western country was with
the greenback party, but It lacked
the means of making It power
felt. It would elect a few
congressmen, and by this means effect It
most prominently desired purpose, that
01 bringing before tbe people n clear
knowledge ot the Annceinl reform for
which the Greenback men nrc contend
ing. Mr. Cary disavowed any wish to
form a new party the end he und tho-e
who sympathized, with him had in view
was to compel one or the other of the
jrreat parties to adopt their principle.
They wished to show at the polls
such a balance of power a to
command from tbe successful party the
earnest consideration of the financial
jitcetioii. For himself,' he cluimtd to
be an Ohio Democrat, on the platform
of the Ohio Democracy "which iucludis
fully the principles of tho Indeticiidwttt
Greenback organisation. He believed
that the Independonta would poll larger
votes in the States ot Pennsylvania and
Illinois than in auy other sUtes, and that
Gen. Grant's proclamation in regard to
South Carolina would have the effect of
driving many ot the Independent voters
Into the Democratic ranks to vote for
Thi: canvass iu South Carolina l doing
carried on vigorou-iy. Gen. Hampton
visits county after county in succession,
ne is joined at each court house by bands
ot music and thousands of men on horse
back, without arms, as ha been charged.
At every meeting the national lbig is
carried in the procesion, waves from the
stand and is fastened to the bead gear ot
tbe hornet. The canvass is "one of
pomp and display. Hundreds of ladles
attend the meetings. Hampton speak
amid cheers and enthusiasm and invite
all citizens of th state to hear him and
support him, promising protection to'
all, regardless of party or race.''
Ihk independent , greenback party
has electoral ticket in thu following
states: New York, New Jersey, Penn
sylvania, Connecticut; Ehode laland. III!
nois, Iowa, Michigan, Kansas, Missouri,
West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky and
rnESinkxT Grant lias proclaimed that
the 301h of November shall be the national
Jo.nesboro. Oct. 2, 1870.
Editor Biuktu. A' rumor prevails
in this county that Mr. F. E. Albright,
nominated by the first convention, was
portly instrumental in causing tbe with
drawal of Mr. Townes from the regular
ticket, tor the purpose ot advancing his
wn interests.. It is claimed here, bv
some of Mr. Townes' friends, that he
openly epre-?j himself In favor of Mr.
HUemanon the streets of . "alro, avow
lng his intention to stump the district
la that gentleman's favor in the event
of a refusal by Mr Townes to quit the
Hek. We appeal to you, as an editor ot
an Impartial Democrat! journal, to fell us
w miner ttie report is true,' so thut wo,
as firm supporters of Mr. Towncs, wheu
that gentleman ivas on the Xxniociatic
tlckot, may know how to vote Intelli
gently iu the coming election. If Al
bright fold out Towuer-, wo will uot fall
at tbq ballot box to repudiate him and
lend our aid to Mr. Krch, the iudi pend
ent Democratic candidate or Union
county. How tho tciitrul .tuimittcv
oad( coiialstently ask for fjUc ; a lt1"
OraWiil ot (.ucli men as Towncs
and Illlciuan.- ' an J '' fall to
throw overboard' a"in"aV""0f Ab
bright' record, u sonwtliitvt wy, as
Townes1 lriends,cannot fully uudcrstund.
buu auother rumor rn valla tliut Mr.
Morcland, gome , wack"t(ioaf went. t6
taiia x -Wjgeut.of . lbrhzltt'g." aud
blaiie a propolUoa : to abandon Lotli
ti'.kfta with flic eieeplloh of Albr'glit
and Oberly, with Ware as aenutor. .Vajt
yoU give ui inlurmatiuii u tbU aubievt i
Tho Townes inuv mu.tac fully posted as
,fHte matter. Towyj i' rMIKUi
.-ftat r or Want tb."
tli fJUhoU Stvo RehU-r I
thhJfumef c!o it nccQUftfot Gen.
Liptrlrwott's speech, lt night by Mat
ing that lien. 17, com ltuled his remarks
bv oftnring to bet thut Culloot would
carry Illinois by 4') 00". The general cwu
be Rccoinmotlated on that proposition to
anv amount he denirr ! calling nt this
fnce : and we hatfj little flonbt tnst he
caught much bilker term.. -Un. I-ip-pthcott;
In all probability, was not seri
ous In hi banter, or It was a current He
of tle Journal that he rusjde, any such
statement. U. I. i l t. .
Millloais In II."
Frcni tl.eChl.ja) ifnicV.r t, A
Hint t llsyert irdKcys. Af k. speculative
turn : Bet f 5.1X10 on llatW. election ;
buy $100,000 worth ot rebel claim at one
percent, of their face. It Hayes be
elected you w in Sf.XJO and lose- f.00Ok a
net gain of $4 000. If Tilden be fleeted
you lose $.".000 and. neeording to your
own asMor. gn $9vt.0O(, h pet tain of
tM.000. 'i'here's million Irr It. Even 1f
Hayes be elected the rebel claim may
not be a dead los. Send 'em to Logan
and promise iiliu halt. v
City National Bank
CAPITAL,- - $100,000
W.T H4UJDAY, Hrrlctent.
BENRT iy. HAXL1DAT, VlrePml.
A. ft H.VFFUKD, CMhicte .
WA ' rt HYSLOP. Aa'tChU-r,
8. StAAt Tatlob, R. It. CCOIBAS,
11 JL. IUxlidat, W f. OaLI IIIAT,
U. I). WiLttAM'os. SrtrniM bins,
Exchange, Coin and United Btatoa
Bonds Bought and Sold,
DEPOSITS received and a general Jbaa king
btiines ttuse .
f Bro, rrrUot.
P. Ng. Vice pre' t..
H. Wells, Ca-hier.
'i . J. Kerth. Asst. aak'r
Corner Conu&eroUl Ave. and sth Btrt
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Ni'tr, t'siro. Wm WollV, 'atro.
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liii'ler, Cairi. 11. Well, lain.
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Y. CtrHi,on, Cal-t'iniij .
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gJ'Kie.hanite olt an1 buuht . loWrwt pait
n the SaviUK Lrutrtiu.f it . ColUcltuti Miatls,
B'i all b-.f in e-i iT'iHpitly atU'inb tl lo.
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else can draw it.
Open every ttuKinMgilav fromtta.m. to S p.m.
a 1 Saturday rvenintr for sating deposit oulf
rorn 6 to s o'cloiJt .
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5 AFFORD, MORIIIS
Gnerl ' '
73 OHIO LEVEE,
- City RaUoaal Baak Boildlag, ap-stairs. '
'Tbe Oldaat SaUbllahad Aaenoy in Bout
rn IiUnola, rapraaentinr ott
t65 000 000
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
i IRON, TIN
Booflng and Guttering a Speoialty
Slate Roofiing a' Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stoves
JobbiaC Promptly Dona.
r , Marlgnvge !.
WUcn-as, Kmlly Holmes of the City of ( air,
count. of Altxsler, amt blau: of Illinois, by
tier certain mortgage- UctJ. duly cXtxuUii, ao-kuow-lcdue-1
aiel iili vereil, beating tlute the
seventh tlay of Uctobar, A- 1)., llZ, aud re
corded in lh recorder' oSice of aaij couuly of
All atuler, iu volume (book) "I," oa pa(a !sl.
did t-oDViy uolo the uadrraigned, hi litr ud
ihmt)ai ru1.ru.40t, the lulltitvtuit U'4uriUd
pruiM-rtv. swualc iu In 1 itr oi Cairo, cuuotv
of Alexaudtr, and htate i-f illinoia, W-wit
Lot BuntU-red Iwaty-Hv Hi) 111 l.l-.k uuni
Uered llttv-une (.ill . In tlieCilv oi' Cairw alure-
said, wbti-B aaid mut ifluge was inadi- to uvoi llis
lanent of ona ee.taiu pruuiiasury but of in
aaia JCinilr Holme, IsjaiiDK even dale wtMi said
ruorttmtf, fortbaauiu of nvo aiui-lrfcd dullara
payaUUiu two year aivr oatu, ! IB ercwr
ol Mi Qudtraim-aed. with ialereal at I1h rl oi
luu per cent, mr annum, until pnld: Aw
W herca dtfaull hat buea wads ia Ins pav.
pient of ai4 not, sud iuttrrat. Now thereloie
iml.llr-I.kv via.K that OB lh .lh
da of November A-J. I-'. o'cloaa
w.,af b wpm gr ortns oor, dow.iih,
til v. of Cair, naualf of - .AUsaadarr
snl State, ol Illinois, I shall sell at
r-nbltc ala to tM rtfil bidder Hw
K.h, tb said -reerlin-swi rwenils-. aud all
NmsAt of aoulty "f redemptfua of the -4
LoiUy liulioea. her la, aaaeutor. admtata
tratoiA or aasla-ns IhaMl. pBraaaat a IBS
sr apirjTUion sua sal j ramgw aoa-
ibii1ii wyrrmw ... 1
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Two Si2os, 60o. and 61.00 Bottlos, at
Tor the Sure Cure of Chilli, at 1
Holman 's Fever and Ague and Liver Pad,
52 00 Each.
ROGERS FEVER AND AGUE PAD, $1 Each,
For Sale by
bablozjay rmoTHE no,
, A TULli
; GLOBULES AND TINCTURES,
i .ur xuiuuv use, oy lueamk-io
neat caaca corttaining Eighteen of tho Principal HomrjopAthic Remet
di08. Plain Directions for their ubo with overv caae. Will be 8en
by Mail on rooeipt of price, hl hO. For aalo by
CD 0J ; Hj
At Wholesale, at
ELAINE, tho "Family Safe Guard," at BARCLAY
BROTHERS, has received the Centennial
WAX FLOWER MATERIALS, Moulding Tool-, Brushes, Ac, tie,
' A Full Line at
"Washington Avenue Store.
The "La PICCADURA" or "BOSS" 5 ct. Cigar ,
. JFPJj lm th" Orsitrl ial and True Boss" Clanr.
DAHCLAY BRX3TTIERS, SOLE AGENTS.
Golden Lion and other Fine Colognes.
AT BARCLAY BROTHERS.
Choice Perfumery, Imported and American
in large variety at BARCLAY BROTHERS.
A Full Line of Toilet Soaps,
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS.
For Plain and Fancy Writing Papers,
Note, Letter, Foolscap ani Lejral Can Envelops, Ink. Pens. Pencils Ar a
Low Piicea at BARCLCY'M Waaaina-tOB, AveZua btore
Waukesha, Bethesda, Blue Lick and Saratoga
Hinerel Waters, at BARCLAY BROTHERS, Ohio Leyee.
F oath sr D u sters,
' Oicop at BARCLAY BROS,
Either Store. Be sura to call examine ana prion before yoa Bay-
White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Varnishes all oolora and Painter Materials, at
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee. Cairo, 111.
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