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t"TRUl 8. OBKRLY, Editor,
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
SAMUEL J. TILDEN,
I Fat Vic-rrttUltni,
THOMAS A. HENDBICKs.
Wm. J. AtXEM.of JacUon t-ouniy.
Wm. F. COOLBTJAQH, of i k mmr.
tit Dta't TbomM Hoyns.
id -8. S. Hs.yss.
:td " Art Voaa,
ith " -Thorn. B. Ooultsr.
;tb " -W.0. Qrn, .
..th " -Jmum B- Kokels,
;U " -Qoo. B. Martin,
-th. " -C. W. Bollock.
h " -L.W. Jamas,
1'Hh " J. W. X)Yl4aon,
nth " W. E. Ewinit.
ViU Cha.rla A Xeyss.
lith " 0. A. Roberta.
Mtk " -O. B. Floklin,
l.Uh " -R. N. Bishop,
i"th ' ' -J. J. Phillips.
17th " O. A. Walker,
i Ho " J. P. Johnson
l'th " -J. M- Crthi.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
Kot Govern. T,
or Ken.'bJI county.
ARCHIBALD A. OLENN.
of llmwn county.
1 or "ternary of folate ,
S. r. THORNTON.
of Cook county.
Kor State Treasurer,
of Clinton county.
For Attorn ry Ocnerjl,
of Lo-an county.
Congressional District Ticket-
1 or C'onjie-s,
of KanJolph co'inty.
for Member State Hoard of Kqiua'alion.
OLIVER P. HILL,
of t'nlon county.
Senatorial District Ticket.
1 or Stale Senator Fiftieth liiii:t,
of Union county.
For Repreer.tative in the Itilature--l'iuieth
ALEXANDER H. IRVIN.
While much mar be accomplished by
these method, it ml, lit encourage delusive
expectations if I withhold here the expres
sion of my conviction that no reform of the
civil ssrUie la this country will bs com
plete and permanent until its chief magis
trate is constitutionally disqualified tor re
lection; experience having repeatedly
exposed the futility of self-imposed restric
tions by candidates or incumbents.
Through this solemnity ODly can be be ef
fectually delivered from bis greatt tempta
tion to rn'susa the power and patronage
with which the Executive it necessarily
charged. From Samuel .1. TiMen's letter
f accept an.
The nobler motives of humanity concur
with the material interests of all inrequir
iaz that every obstacle be removed to a
complete and durable reconciliation be.
twecn kindred populations once unnatur
ally e it ranged, on t tic basis recognized by
the St. Louis platform, of the "constitution
of the United States, with its amendments
universally accepted as a final settlement
of the controversies w hich engendered civil
war." Hut, in aid of a result so bentticient,
the moral influence of every good citizen, as
well eery governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
lh-ir just eHulit y before tho law, but like
wise to ttUMiih a cordial fraternity and
goodwill among dtlicns whatever tlioro
rai-e or color, who arc now united Iu the
one duMiny of a !couimu aclf-govtruuieut.
If the duty sua'.t b a'in'-d to me, I should
not fail tt exercise the power w ith which
(be lawsaod toe toaslitution of out conn
try clothe its chief msgiatrstp, toj.rott i t all
its citiicn, whatever tlttdr J-jmicr condi
tion, in every political aud personal right.
From "uinHs-l .1. Til'lf n's letter of accep
tance. I1Y J' it'ti'ner th' i$i'u'iti'jH ctut'tc
J ihr act of 1(JT, h1 t" hf tie
uttiiiil !t rfjH'ul. rit!nii"l ' i"v(V
'j-i'UrriA fif lie fs f'j Ik (iU f) that
iliiy art ut itaitnl Ly tit? prfl'g"rji
fmv4 or povlotlita
Ull HI 1. 1 Ml t.ftl tltl.lsillW lAf
I OB fc tl.1..
1 am anxious to go out ol tin- m wpunT
arid printing bueiutr into hikaUt bus!
iies,and therefore offer the whole Bi nu
lls Printinj; Lstabl'mhiu u machinery
' 1 . buildings, and good w ill of the
newspaper and Job cflicc for talc upon
the easiest kind of terms. This new
paper and job priming establishment
the host appointed one in SoutU rn Iil
noil, and i a incip-y-makiug eonceru
An? one who wWln to euissre in the
business will tin I this to I- an excellent
Inquire at tlw lit 1 it tin ofll .e, ol Mr,
C. A. Poroett.
Oct. JO, '" Oatr.iT
HtBORICBS A r miOAOO.
Ilendrlrk' fneetiriB at Cli'cago last
MonJar nlglit wm the lurst thai has
been heM In that city during tlie canvass.
Mr. Hendricks ;ok In Farwall Hall,
which proted all too small for the Im
mense crowil thnt turned out to heaMhe
next vlce-preldrtit of the Tnltfd States.
In order to draw awy some or thoxe
who rould tint be ueootnmodnted Inside
the hall. evt ml outl'le meeting were or.
iranired, on? I which wm addressed by
Vol. Cameron, who spoke In Cairo on
the day of the baiVcue here. Gov. Hen
drlcks' appearance and manner of "peak
ing are thti.deecribed by the Chicogo
As Gov. riendt Icks the audience hav
Ing calmed down rose from bis seat and
stood up to hts full height, displaying
that superb physique and Roman fnce
(with a Teutonic complexion) of his, tht
dullest minds could recognize in him a
man to be respected. His countenance
is familiar to thousands in America, hut
no picture does justice fo Mr. Hendricks,
whose features, when animated, convey
ever? expression Hint his heart and
mind conceive to the understanding of
his auditors. Apparently his school ol
oratory I that of nature. It be
comes the man. It is not dramatic, it Is
not sensational, it is not convulsive. He
docs not 'saw the air.'1 or shake bis
head half oft. as most speakers from In
diana do. His voice Is plenslng and suf
ficiently loud, hi gestures are simple yet
grand in their unaffected majroty. He
carries a proud front, and the charm of
his maimer is imparted to his words,
which were listened to on last evening
with a wrapt attention, which often
forgot fo cheer. Of all tho pub
lic men who have spoken here
this season, Mr. Uendriukt is the
sole orator, in the highest snsc ol
the, word. He docs not sink to the level
ot some of hi audience, hut lifts every
man nud woman within sound of his
voice to his level for the time being. Mr.
Hendricks still looks vigorous, almost
youthful. He dresses plainly but well,
and eschews all beard, except a small
clone-cut patch immediately below each
ear and cxtcudiiig to the angle of his
jaws. His hair looks brown, and is n
little worn off the frontal region, but
hardly approaches baldness. His eyes,
although light gray or blue, ore very ex
pressive, and his mouth is shaped for the
uitcrancff of wise thoughts and superb
sentences. N'o one listening to the gov
ernor would ever accuse him of a ten
dency toward superabundant florldity.
To reverse the aphorism of some great
master of words, Hendricks uses lan
guage not to conceal his sentiments but
to express mem.
-HT ORnilR Of THE COM MIT l
A circular has been printed, contaiulng
the unmet of Irviu, Hendricks, Hurruan,
Sanp, Duncan aud Cain, requesting the
voters of Alexander county to vote for
these candidate?. The circular is signed
"By Order of the Committee." What
committee ? The Democratic couuty com
mittee Y Tho Republican county commit
tee ? Or Is there a secret underground
committee that is moving in a mysterious
way Us wonders to perform ? "By Order
of the Committee," is rather indefinite.
The Bcxlhtin, when the Democratic
central committee determined to not run a
Democratic county ticket adopted the poli
cy of silence. It has not taken sides with
either of the candidates (or cither of the
county oflkea to be filled at the election
next Tuesday. It has regarded the con
test as non-partisan, and has treated all
the candidates Republicans and Demo
cratswith impartiality, la this same
manner every citizen should conduct him
self In the county canvass. H3 should
vote tor the bet man regard
less of his politics. But hero is a
circular issuedBy Order of the Commit
tee," and a member ot the Democratic
county committee is active la the work
of distributing tho cirenlar about the
county. The Impression has therefore
obtained, in certain quarters, that the
Democratic county committee author
ized the circular. This is, we know, not
the fact. The Democratic committee had
nothing to do with the circular ; and
neither had tho Republican commit
tee. Who, then, compo.o the com
mittee that ordered the pub
lication of this ciroular? Is it
ashamed to show its face? A political
committee ought to be nn open commit
tee. It should not be afraid to show Its
face. Let this circular committee there
fore come forward Into the light. This
dark lantern way of running polities was
much In fashion in the days of Know
Nothing s m, and may have been learned
in that organization, but it should not be
tolerated in these more unlitfhtened
The Itijioin Ti-iAum look through
very entluisiastic spectacles on the pros-
pocti of Col. Vfilcy In thie congrestional
district, und takes occasion 10 say that
Mr. Hartell's efforts in hi own behalf
will not be rewarded by Hie vva of the
people. Tho TAbM sats :
Mr. Hartzell hts done nothing
entitle him in a rc-clectiou.
and nothing that his partv can
point to as worthy of applauding : con
scquentiy mc very men who should bo
loudest In sounding Ids praise, are saying
very uuie ornounng at all In Uls behalf,
Mr. Harten , ( of rVc4 and will receive
the lull vote of the Democratic party in
this uvtrlct, and will not lull short ot his
splendid majority of two years sgj. The
people of Cairo will xive him a Urge
vote as an cxjrcslon ilKv gratitude
o him lor m.H'iiring in the interest of this
city the appropriation of money to txgin
the much-needed work in the Mitsisdpp
river, wUU.li Is to secure us against the
dangers of its waters. It Mr. Hartsell
had done uothlng clc during hi first
term in congress, this alone cntliles him
to the vote of the city of Cairo.
Tils, Republican partv ot Illinois is in
a state of Immense trepidation in regard
to the Independent vote of the state
The uepublican pre i wringing Its
bands, and shrieking to the Indepcn
ueuis, "jJon t vote for Cooper you can't
elect him don't you know that a Tote
for Cooper is a vote for 'i ilden ? don"
throw sw ay your vote vote for Hayes"
4c Ac. 1 he Republican party in 1111
nois U btidly seared.
F.nw abo S.Srog us, the lsyer of Jim
risk, releaaed from the penitentiary
ibsi Bainruav, strongly orposmj fo
A it the prom I ne nl Dettocftts la Boath
Carolina har endorsed Ooy. tllden's
letter on southern claim, ami the Sew
York World ot the 20th Inst, contained a
dispatch from Mr. J. Z. George, chair
man of the Mississippi Democratic state
committee, In which lie aald: "The
Democracy of Mississippi endorse Gov
ernor Tllden'a letter on Hoitthetn claims.
Our interest In the present election is for
good government, low taxes, and a re
stored Union, and not In claims on the
federal treasury. We do not want the
money of the nation, but its protection."
Washington Republicans were greatly
excited a lew days ago by the report
from Mississippi that Senator Bruce, the
colored representative in thfl Vnlted
States senate of Mississippi, had declared
for Tilden. Ex-Senator Revel, Bruco'a
colored predecessor, l working tor the
election of the Democratic ticket.
A coi ohkd orator at Atlanta, III., n
few days ago made a speech for Tilden
and Hendricks. The excitement was
intense for a while and the orator
was threatened with violence; by white
and colored Republicans. The public
quieted the rabble-.
The Republicans ot New York city are
demoralized. They arc so deeply Inter
ested In the presidential election, and so
fearful ol the prosnc cts of Mr. Hayes,
that they have not yet nominated a e:m
iliate for mayor.
Citizen1 of Cairo, work and vote lor
Mr. Hartzell and show your appreciation
of what he has done for yon.
Democrats of Cairo, work
for Mr. Hartzell.
POMTirS) 1ST POPE f'Ot "STY.
lion. W. II. Jrrn' sipeerh M
Gom'osda, Oct. at , is;i.
Kirion Bt.'i.i.r.Tix, Drrtr Sir: Inas
much as your paper has quite a w ide cir
culation and is read considerably all over
this district, I have taken the opportunity
of writing you this communication con
cerning the grand Democratic rally we
had here on Saturday last. In the early
part of the week, Yf. II. Green, of Cairo
was billed to speak at the court house. On
the following Saturday, the bills were
pretty generally circulated, and as a con
sequence, at the appointed lime the
city ot Golconda was : crowded
with citizens from the country eagerly
awaiting the speech. The early morn
ing was not at all propitious. In the
w est aud northwest a dark bank of clouds
and a southerly wind betokened rain, and
fears were entertained that the meeting
would be only a partial success, but
despite ail tho indications of a bad day
tnc turn out was the best of this cam
paign. About now the speaker arrived
on the steamer Red Cloud from Elizabeth
town where he had been lor several daya
attending court, and it would have made
you leel glad to sec the joyful counten
ances of those who had been so anxiously
waiting for his coming, for It had been
feared that the extreme low water would
delay the packet until past the hour for
the speaking. At half past one
the speaker was Introduced to the
vast audience by Judge Foote, and lor
two and a halt hours held his listeners
pell-bound by his eloquence and logic.
Judge Green has always been held n
high esteem In this county as a Jurist and
lawyer, but his noble rpeech of Situr-
day has added other laurals to hi name
nd won for him many new friends
throughout the county . It would be too
lengthy tor mc to dwell upon all the
good things he said or the convincing
rguments he made before his hearers
He handled the tariff and financial ques
tions in a masterly manner, and ex
plained Democratic views upon these is
sues so plainly that many weak-kneed
Republicans were heard to say'that'nthe
doctrine, I'm for Tilden and Hendricks,"
Ac. Tho Democrats were greatly
trengthened by the effort and many of
them are still feeling good over the great
success of the occasion. Oao or two
more speeches like that of Judge Green's
made here before the close of the cam
paign would be very beneficial and
would help to increase the yotc for Til
den in a very large degree. It has been
the winh of our citizens to have the Hon.
fohn II. Oberly here to speak to us for
some time past, but his labors elstw here
havo debarred us from that pleasure.
The Democrat of Rope county think
highly ol Mr. Oberly. They know his
labors for the success 01 the cause have
not been w ithout their good results.
IfespcctfuIIy Yours, Simov.
U K rVf YORK I.ITIIH
Xe Yok, Oct. 2'.,
The Cooper Institute meeting, 011 the
25th, wss addressed by the Hon. Dante'
Dougtierty, of Philadelphia, who has
long been known as one of the find ora
tors of the United States. Ho was form
erly a Republican, and his address, which
was unsurpassed for clear and logical
statement of the i-uues of the canvass ami
general eloquence, has had an effect equal
to that of Mr. Park Godwin. At the close
of Mr. Dougherty's graud peroratiou, the
immense audience rose as one man and
gave vent to their enthusiasm in long
continued cheers. This meeting, like all
others under Democratic auspices, was
attended by crowds ot our most respect
ablo citizens, which is an Indication of the
way bueiuess men will vote. This state
Is sure for Tilden, Hcudrlcki and Reform
I do not speak from hearsay, but from
official returns received from responsible
parties in this city. . .Seventy thousand U
the smallest majority which the isets wllj
allow us to claim for the Democratic can
didates. TOT BA'l Ol DOLLARS AND His MAX PRf.
Morgan, the Republican raudidate for
governor ol JCew York, has quarreled
with Cornell and the Republican state
committee, and put his canvass in the
hinds of the lnfiaioui Jia TcrwUllger,
Who CM obliged to lVf his pOsltloa fll j
clerk of the state enate In disgrace on
account of stealing poMage stamps to
the- extent ol thousands ol dollars. A
postagr-stamp thlet la the meanest kind
ol a thief, but Just the man to conduct
such a campaign as Morgan Is making.
The campaign of the slaveholdlng candi
date is conducted by the postage-stamp
thief la Morgan's down-town office.
Where you find a Republican candidate
for high office, you are sure to find n
public robber very close at hand.
the radical nor against thi. sir-
FBAQE IH NORtH CAR0IINA.
There Is reliable evidence that It is the
Intention ol the Radical committee utter
using the troops now in South Carolina,
which fire mainly concentrated at Colum
bia and vicinity, to suddenly transfer
them, jusf previoin to election, to North
Carolina, in order that the intimidation
of colored voter, may be carried out to
an equal extent in both States. Like all
the other plots of the campaign this one
only needs to be exposed to be defeated.
The citizens of North Carolina w ill not
be Intimidated by this manoeuvre, nor
will the Iemocratic colored voters whoe
number iu thnt tato is daily Increasing
nllow U to affect their votes.
IHK I'ARTY 01 I'llOSCRlrTtON.
Irc4dcnt Grant seem determined to
emulate the Ifcpublicau candidate for the
succession in tho policy of proscription
of all foreign-born citizens. He recently
inflicted ,1 wanton insult upon the repre
sentative of the Irish people who waited
upon him with an address. These rep
resentatives were Mr. O'Conor Rower,
M. I, and Mr. 1'arnell. The President,
Instead of giving them reHpectful audi
ence, declined to see them at all unless
presented by the British Minister, Sir
Kdward Thornton. Naturally the Brit
Ish Miti'ter could not undertake to force
upon the President's attention matters
or persons when he had declined to re
ceive or consider. This is n novel fea
ture in our diplomacy. In 1S31, Kossuth
was our guest, and the secretary of state
was no less a man than Daniel Webster.
He not only negotiated 111 favor of the
Hungarian chief with the Austrian Gov
ernment, but brought him to America na
the guest of the nation, and with the ap
proval ol the President. Kossu th was re
ceived at Washington by a eon
gressioual committee headed by Senators
Cass, Seward and Shields, Mr. Webster
waited upon him immediately,
and formally iutroduced hiin to the pres
ident, who treated him with the highest
ofliieial as well as personal distinction.
But now, the representatives ot the Irish
people, who do not stand iu any attitude
ot hostility to the KnglUh government,
one of them, 011 the contrary, being a
member of parliament, are severely
snubbed by the president of the Cn'itcd
States iu order to carry favor with the
anti-foreign element in our politics, as
represented by tho American Alliance,
of which Hayes Is a member. Whether
President Grant be also a member or
not, Is not knowu ; but his action in this
case would seem to indicate that he is.
The truth of the matter is that the Re
publican party is never satisfied unless
engaged in prescribing somebody for
some reason or other. Its pretense of
being the party of equal rights Is abso
lutely false, and it will soon be demon
strated the Republican party Is not in
favor of equal rights even for the ne
groes, unless they ore sure to vote the
SOUTHERN WAR CLAIMS.
On f Tfcss ttosUHerai OBislaia
Ibe nbje-t Vshleh ta Hpifcl Iratna
(From tbf Huntevills Independent )
The recent letter ot the Democratic
candidate for the presidency has nailed
to the counter the last fragment of the
bloody-shirt. It Is so understood in the
south, and will doubtless tie so accepted
throughout the country, there are no
southern war claims which the Demo
cratic south expects or desires to be
paid, but if any such elaims should be
presented to congress oy mat nouy Mr.
1 ilden declares, in advance, that they
will have to encounter his executive veto.
This is as it should be, ami the Demo
cratic south has no Interest of tteling
in its being otherwisu. Indeed, it
these claims were wiped from the face of
the earth, the Democratic South would
not lose a single dollar or a single vote
It is the Radical South, Individually and
collectively, that owns them and urges
their payment on congress, it is the
Republican party that makes political
prolit out of them by promising to pay
them South and by making an outcry
against Ihcin North. At our elections
they trade and traffic in this behalf, with
the so-called loyal clement in each com
munity, flattering tlie ignorant whites
with the promised payment of their losses
in the war, just as they flattered the Ig
norant bucks witu tne famous "forty
aercs and a mule." And yet
the Democratic South is to be
charged with the bnrden ol this busi
ness, and the lerao ratio party of the
country is to be saddled with tho ulti
mate result, vt here U the traditional
shrewdness of the northern people?
v ncrc is mo common sense or the coun
try. when such glaring frauds eon be
openly practiced upon us V
'ihe country thought that the Four
teentli amendment had settled this whole
mattrr forever ; but the Radlcul psrty
reckless and unscrupulous, unsettles
anvtning ana ever v tiung wnicn
stand in the war of the sectional agita
tion which it finds necessary to Its suc
cess. We of the South, knowing the
hostile, public tentimcnt here iu regard
to thoso so-called "war claims,"
loyal or otherwise. were some
what surprised that Mr. Tilden
should dignify the subject with
his notice; but hsMug every
confidence in his judgment nnd fsgacity.
we suppose he desires to"mske assurance
doubly sure" to demonstrate the utter
inability of the South to burden his ad
ministration In this behalf, even it the
had the Inclination.
But the South has no Mich inclinations
She has ne ver been venal in her polities
sua has never looaeu to mercenary con
sidoratlons in determining her r4ations
with other sections ol the I nion. She
has indulged nerhsps iu wild, impraetl
esble sentiment in favor ot local rights
and individual liberty, but she has never
stopped to speculate in political econo
mic at the expense 01 me country. Miie
only repeats herself when she bean II v In
dorses the letter now under consideration
The South surrendered at Appomatox
the whole sectional past, and now looks
alone. In perfect goo. filth, to a common
THE COST OF HAYES ELECTION
On of lhs Burdens II Yvntiltt Impose
From Hit Albany Aijiim, Oct. VI J
The election of llnyes by the pHrtv ol
plunder means the payment of the Im
mense war claims now owned by the
Radical, Washington and carpet-bag
ihelfadical4.i l congress passed bills
for the payment of southern claims to
the amount ol J .,?Mi,uoo.
1 tie Democr.'i'ie House of the 41th con
gress, in spite ol the ellorts ol the rings,
rejected these clulins, nnd awarded for
w ar damages only $1 1,453.
Ihe Democratic bouse passed onlv
claims owned by loyal eitirens, and still
belli oy mo original claimant.
1 tie Uepnbllcan congress passed exag
gerated and fictitious claims owned by
ring brokers, and founded upon demands
Nearly all the southern claims are now
the property of Radical rlnis. They are
particularly anxious for Radical success,
because they knew by experience that
tho Democrats w ill not aid their plunder
TilKSMCTHKKN ( I. AIM AGKNTS
AUK THK MOST I.IBKItAI. CON
TIHBUTOKS TO THK RKPl IlI.H AN
Mosbv, the guerrilia, now the head ot
the Radicals in Virginia, In a recent let
ter publicly urged the election of nave
so ns to secure attention to sonthcindt
mands. In ls72 Gen. K. V. Rice, the confidant
of Belknap in the .post-ttadershlp
swindles, was the representative of the
uaiiiem southern claims ring, lie sent
circulars to iiortheru-lorn residents of
the South, explaining the plot and tirg
Ing the buying up of every plausible
claim. 1 lieso circulars were received by
many JJeniocratic I 111011 soldier?, nmong
others by Col. Gere of the Sixth Wiscon
sin Infantry, now a member of the Ala
bama legislature for Sumpter county.
Tho $:.S1,(H0 paid through the action
of the Republican congress in ami
17 . WAS PAID TO THK
RADICAL RING ASSIGNKKS. If
the Republican should triumph til
this election, the I nited States
treasury would lie emptied to puv such
claims. The same Radical rings ow n the
cotton claims and nil other projected
swindles on tnc federal gov rnmeiit.
Remember that tho Radical. stole. 11,
000.0(10.000 ill the whisky frauds alone,
and that the hungry carpet-baggers of
the South, having stolen the Southern
states pcor, are now organized for a gi
gantic raid on the Federal government.
The election" of Hayes means prosper
ity to rings and succuss to public plun
derer to an extent ruinous to the tax
payers of the north nnd to the, whole
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE.
City national Bamk Building, ap-italri.
The Oldsst Established Asreney in Bout :
in Illinois, rsprsssniinr ovr
tGh 000 000
Whnnii. V.nillv Hn'mrs of tlir C.'ilv nf ( dim .
rminiy of Alexauder, aivl Mate of fliinoii, l.j
hr rerun n iuortsK wi, uuiv rxtcuwl. sc-
knowlnJitwl oni (iflivtreil, bearing lnlf It
sevrotb day of Octottr. A . !., 17-1, ami n
corded In the recorder's office of eaid county of
Aipxsnurr, in volume iikiosj ,, on (ise ibi
did convey onto ihe andersis-ned tils hHr snd
axsitfn.aa raortgutee, the loliotring descrilie-l
proity, situate In the City ol siro, count r
of Alexander, and Htste .f Illinois, to. wit:
lAt numbertd iwntT-flve in block num
bered flfty-one (M), in the city of ( airo afore
said, which said murtpsire wnxiuadeto ecure the
jm mm i'i 'nc rrrmin riiniiory note i me
nam t.inny noirors uesrinfr even aute wi'n hii
morteage, for the tun) ol five hundred dollars
payable in two year after dt . to tne order
ol the underaifrneit, with interest at the rate ol
ten per cent, per annum, until paid: And
Whereas default has been ru.ide in the tiv-
ment of aald note, and interest. Now therelore
public nottee la hereby givn that on the th
day of Kuvembtr A I, I7S at eleven o'clock
m. , at the west door or the court house, in the
Cit7 of Caro, county of Alexander.
I Star, of Illinois, t vhull sill m
piihllo sals to the highest bidder f ir
rash, the said mortgaged memiaes nnd all
benefit of eriuity of redemption of the snid
Emily Holmes, her heir, eserittors, i dminix-
trators, or asaigna therein, pursuant to Die pow
ers ana proyinrona in tne rai t morrgsgs cm'
TS'TieU. ffOBRHT 11. Cl'KHIKUHAM.
Cairo. 111.. Ocl. 2d, H70. Mortgiigee
be mwe hy every a pen
) w ever
ry month In the business we
furnbh. but th'e willing to work ran easiiv
earn a dozen dollar s day right in their own l
rliti4. Hare no room to rxplHin here, Huxi
nts jiieasant anil honorable, Women, boys
ani girid an as wen u merr. ne will lurnmn
foil a complete oidnt free, ihe biiHiueK pav
iietter than anvthing else. We will bear m-
penaeof atarting you. Particulars fie. Write
and ie, t arnieM and mechniiiua, their ion.
and daughters, snd all elaxwiin need of iMtying
wors at home, thouin write to u ami It-urn all
about the work at once. V.w i the time.
I'nn'l delay. Address Titer. 1 to , Augusts.
lf. privtt etnjnsv.ua
Iht Diamexl od sir
sw a a B . as , ria. i'),t un iui mjrauri'
nillllb Of tht iui svsVni, it fthuavt.
Ill IP Ha., U:s ditruvcriua In tL
mM mm m li srln of rtvrolurtin t kiow to
wtfttly tiAppf il HisUT.t-d rrlatioti. sMi ftbrf mtir,
oung and no44j "houid md ti.d prsr? h ; it
(.uuwavi rial iniurnssuiusa, w ii i' n bhi vnv srata buitu u u
ult od bw o prtMrve th ht:tti, and eompiriiofi, arid
fito tsVsJM chfka tha frhr'ssj ot touUjj tha brut
only trua larriace f.tuda in tiia world.
bf SlaiL Th autriAr may conau!tr4 fron)f vr fcsf
ii on anv oftnet'ibWt mmwnel in fa work
Dr. A. O. OhtSt J7 Y uhiiaousu fUCkisco, U
I. AH TERM.
JOHN H. MUOLKT,
4t(omey nl 1mv.
.0 xs- a
OFriCR : AtreiidenM on Ninth Street,! s-
tvien vitiington avenue ami v aluut s
A B2KT3 WASTED
bSiibi Events at the
soil tho Mew
AND THE CAMPAIGN OK !H7t3v
Just the book lr the tunes, (iivea s lull hixtftry
of the National ( apitai and l.overumeut. Hbowa
how the government ha been ruanuged since it
organuutiou. t-.xduln bow Jobs are put
through congress, divra a lull liistoty of (be
Whiky fraii'U and IWknap Hcaiiiiul. It gives
me live or llavea, Wheeler, lilileu ami lien
drirks. Oirum) chance for Agents. Addrws,
t-l7-ww J. II JI AMIIMtH. -l. l,oi,i Mo
EM ttt of I'uU r Liowtl, dteeufcd.
Ihe undesigned having b -u appointed ad
minif-trutru of the eaUte of I'ttev liowd, lute of
the county of A lux audi t and MaUt l Illinois,
ilereabet ncrtoy gives notice tliut nlie will up
M'ar before tl.e county court of Alexander
county, at tlie court lioute in Cairo, ut the lie-
readier term, on the third Monday in Iterember
next, at which tune all psraona haviuic claim
agaiuai raia relate aiv noimeii ana rivjiuiteu
to attend for the purnohe of having the name ad
justed All peraon indebted ( kaid ratute are
reriueanxi to muae iiuiueomte naj ineni v tne
iutel tin 1st tlay of N'oveinliir, A. I. , 17.
1 1 ,HS MI1S. 111! lUOKT 1MJWD. Adtu ' r
I lne of John llrown, deceased.
I lie nnderaifund. havinir been appointeil ad
ininistralorof the etals of John llrown. late oi
the county of Aliand. r and tdate ot lllinoia
dsoeaied. hereby gives notice Ihul be will air
iar before the county court f Alexamler
count v. at Ihe court bou- in Cairo, at ihe Ik-.
eemlwr term, on the tbir.1 Monday in Ixrern
ber nest, at which lime. all person buv ngclairua
against said eatate are notified ami requet,ted to
attend fur In purpose of having the same ad
justed. All persons indebted to aatd aatats ars
requested to niaks IinrueUiatr payment le the un
IHite.1 this Hth due of O. tlier. A. f., 1KTC.
II I I A.M Mll.lt,
Two Sizes, GOc. and $1.00 Rottles, at
For the Sure
H olman's Fever and Ague and Liver Pad,
12 00 Each.
ROGERS' FEVER AND AGUE PAD, $1 Each.
For Sale by
33 Aiiois aflL"sr imoTina n&,
A FULL LINE OF
GLOBULES AND TINCTURES,
For Fainilv tine, by theSintrlo Vial or in comnlcte seta. We h&vm
neat cases containing Eighteen of tho Principal homeopathic Rem at
dies. Plain Directions for their ubo with every case. Will bo 8iv
by Mail on receipt of price, I 50. For Halo by
CD iQ. Hj Ct . U j
At Wholesale, at
ELAINE, tho "Family
BROTHERS, nas received the Centennial
WAX FLOWER MATERIALS,
The "La PICCADURA"
This Is the Orlgl-nl and Truts Poss" Clpnr.
BARCLAY BROTHERS, SOLE AGENTS.
Golden i. Lion and other Fine Colognes.
AT BARCLAY BROTHERS.
Choice Perfumery. Imported and American
in large variety ot BARCLAY BROTHERS.
A Full Lino of Toilet Soaps,
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS.
For Plain and Fancy Writing Papers,
Nota, Letter, Foolscap and La-al Cap,
X.ow .Trices at AiAJtuiAJX
Mineral Waters, at BARCLAY BROTHERS, Ohio LT.
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS,
Either Store. Ba aura to call examine and pries before yon Buy.
White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Varnieb.ee all colors, and Painters Materials, at
BARCLAY" BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Loveo. Cairo, 111.
Cure of Chills, at
Safe Guard," at BARCLAY
Moulding Tools, Brushea, too., &J.,
or "BOSS" 5 ct. Cigar.,
KnTelops, Ink. Pens. Pencils, e , .
waaainaton Avenue btore.
Blue Lick and Saratoga