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CYRUS S. OBERLV, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
SAMUEL 3. TILDEN,
if Nw York.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
Win. J. ALLEN, of Jiclncn c un-.y.
Wm F. COOLBUAOn, of ti our.
9 S. Hayes,
Thoa. B. Coulter,
James B. Eckels,
Geo- B. Kattiu,
O. W. Bullock.
! W. James,
J. W. Davidson,
W. E. Ewlng-,
Charles A Kercs.
O A. Roberts,
-O. B. Floklin,
R. S. Bishop,
J. J. Phillips,
C. A. Walker.
J. P. Johnson,
J. Jl. Crebs.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
of Kendall county.
ARCHIBALD A. GLENN,
of Drown ounty.
Kor Secretary of State ,
S. -V. THORNTON,
of t'ouk county.
Kor State Tieaiurer,
of Clinton county.
Kor Attorney General,
of Lcan county.
Congressional District Ticket
of Handolh cuunty.
Kor Member Mate ll-iard of Kqiiaiizatinn.
OLIVER P. HILL,
of I'nion county.
Senatorial District Ticket.
Fur Slate Senator fiftieth I liiti :.;,
cf Union county,
Kor Kepreenutivcs in the Lec."!tttur.-I iftieili
ALEXANDER H. IRVIN,
While much nny be accomplished by
these methods, it milit encourage delusive
expM'UtiuDs 11 1 withhold lure the expie
sioii of my I'ouvi tion tint no reform of the
civil s.;rvi:e lu thin country will le com
plete and peiuuueiit until ita chlel magis
trate in c i:i:utl Dally disqualified tor re
ceti'o:; tXn-rii.-i.ee baxiu repeatedly
ex.'jd t ie futility of -elf-iuij osed restric
tt ni li) tauidates or incuinhcn's.
Thr.'i;;li tills solemnity ocly i-au he he ef
fectually dtlixeted Irotn h:s greatsst temp'.a
ti'.B to in mine the t..oer and patronage
with wbicS the Executive i ueces.-arily
ebared. From S.itnuel J. Tiid. n's letter
The nobler motives of humsuity concur
with the material inu rests of all io requir
ing that every obstante be removed to a
compute ant durable reeoneiliulioa be
tweeu kiudird r.uiu'ation. once unnatur
ally (--tranced on tiie ti. recognized by
the st. Louis putlorm, of the -'constitution
of the U id ted State, with It amendment
uiiiverrally accept 1 a a final ett'.ement
of the conirovers.es which engendered civil
war." But, in aid of a rtsu't ko beneticient,
the moral influent! of every good citizen, as
well a every goverrmental authority,
oujcht to be exerted, not alone to maintain
tuetr just Kiual ty btfoie the law, ut like
wise to establish a corJUl fraternity and
good wi.l among rifzens whatever there
rtce or color, who are now united in tbe
i dotiuyofa common elf-government.
the iluty thai) be aligned to me, I should
, ot fil to exercise the power, with which
r lawi and t ie eo -titution of our coum
try clothe iu .-Lief nngi-trate, to protect all
its citizen., whatever their f run-r condi
tion, in every political and pf rinai riitht.
ir rom Samuel J. iiiuin iettcr ol aceeti-
H't denounce the Jltsnmptiai claute
f the actol6"5, and tee here de
mand ittnjieal. Xational Dtinoratic
S a it lien tlvt fruit oj indiit.-g are
gathered for the m- of the toiler, that
thty an not leanUd by the profligacy
fraud or pccubitiun of your jaillic
ng i ft. Gov. Tilden.
lilt. UlMXriN tNTBI.IS,1F.SJT
I am anxious to go out ol the newspaper
and printing business into another bu'-i-ueas.autl
therefore offer the w hole Bllle
lis Printing Establishment machinery,
type, buildings, and good will of the
tiewpajer and Job otli :e for ..ale upon
ine easiest kino oi terms, im. news
paper and job printing establishment U
the bott appointed one in (Southern I Hi
i.ois, and is a money-making concern
Ai')' one who wishes to engage in the
business will flud this to be an excellent
lu'uire at the l)u ttn.s oillce, ol Mr.
C. A. Burnett.
Oct. i liT'i. Jou.n H. OnckLV.
The Ilcpublican party Iim just iliseov
eretl tliiit It lias tninle a mistake In Its can
rsfs tliat it should have ina1o iiiorc of
its own candidate for the president y and
lc.s of Mr. Tildt-n. Tli CliiiM?.i T.-ihune.
of Wednesday rndoavors to rorall nlfcn
tion to Mr. Hayes by iulH-h:inf bis letter
of acceptance of tli j 11 publican noinl
nation. wlt!i tlij head lines "What
Ilaj'es s-iys" "a forecast ol the policy
of the new Kcpu'jlkvaii a Jminisraton."
When Mr. llayea wrote In letter of
acceptance lie did not strike the k ey note
of the ctinpaitfn. Jtr. llaycs w n gently
p ished aside and Iio meekly consented
to be pn-lied nsiile, while t'hiudler
snl Morion and Logan laid down
the plans of the canvass plans
in which Mr. Hayes opinions as uttered
in his letter of acceptance were as little
considered as lie. was. lie lia lia 1 noth
ing to do with the conduct of the cam
paign, and if the evil genius ol thl coun
try succeeds In electing bun to the pr si
dencv next Tuesday, lie will have as lit
tle t j do with his own administration.
Every tion Mr. Hayes lias not taken
every word that li! has nesWtcJ to lit"
ter since lie lias been before the people
as a presidential candidate hows that lie
has been and that lie .vould be but a
puppet in the hands of the "new Kepub
Hcau administration." A single manly
utterance from Mr. Hayes, one sinzle
protest from lf.s lips, one bold and vigor
ous denunciation of the policy of Grant
isni which the Republican lenders arc o
faithfully following, might have retained
thousands in the ranks ol the Republican
party and drawn to the enpport of its
candidate thousands of disaffected and
thoughtful voter in all parts of the coun
try, liut Mr. Hi) res has not spoken ; lie
has been dumb as an oyster, while the
Ingcrsoils and the Ulaines have waved
the bloody-shirt; while Republican news
papers have weighted down their col
umns with wholesale "abuse and vitu
peration'" of Mr. Tildcti, contrary to
Mr. Hayes' publicly expressed wUlt at
the outset of the campaign : while Grant
and Chandler and Taft have been
placing the whole military force of the
country where it w ill do the most good
where it will intimidate the largest
number of Democratic voters, and while
United btates marshals are arrest
ing Democratic citizens by the ten thou
sands in Louisiana to prevent them from
voting at the election next Tuesday. At
any time within the la.it three months
Mr. Hayes might have bpoken.
He might .-peak now, but lie
doe not do so he will not do eo
he daro not do so. Republi
cmi newspapers, admitting before
tie; campaign is ended, the mistakes of
their party leaders, may at the eleventh
hour, publish Mr. Hayes' letter of accept
ance and call It "tho policy of the new
Republican administration," but we be
lieve they will find thit it U too late
and of no particular uccoiiut at this time.
The man who wrote i: has been forgotten
pushed into the background, and it is
too la to to bring him out ami set him up
as the leader of his party and the dictator
of a "policy," less than one short week
before the election.
III. VIM. M nRIIWM OfV'OI TIIE
KOt rill.KX I.A!M
V telegiam from Xa-hville, Tenn..
dated Oct. 'Jf), said :
Ex-Senator Brownlow's natn-r. the
Knuxville Chronicle, urges East Tenucs
ee Union men lu vol against 1 ildeu on
the around that he pledge hun-elf to
veto their claims it made President.
Brownlow.then.tukeg Mr. Tllden at bis
worJ and oa the assumption that he will
veto these war claims if elected, advine
th Republicans of Eiit Tennessee to
vote against the Democratic nominee.
On the other baud, Mr. Blaine, lu Lis
goettli to the Republicans ol Chicago last
Saturdiy night asserted that Mr. Tilden
was not sincere when he thus carac pub
licly forward and pledged himself to veto
all bill allowing southern war claim
that it was a bait to catch northern votes
that Mr. Tilden would allow southern
cUlais and therefore h ought not to re
ceive the votes of the loyal people ot the
The fact h, Mr. Til lea's letter is a
(stumbling block in th; way of the Re
publican party that it never expected to
encounter; the turty can neither climb
it nor go arotin l it. An 1 thus it stands:
a prominent spokesman ol the Republi
can par:y in the South says "djn't vote
lor Mr. Tilden, because he won't allow
southern war claims," and a prominent
p keman of the Republican party In
the North says, -don't vote for Mr. Til
den because he will allaw southern wai
claims." Irj short, according to these
high priests ot the Radical party
"you'll be d j if you do and you'll
be d 1 if you don't",
according to theso Radical high priej-t.
sauce for the Republican northern goose is
not sau. -e for the lb-publican southern
gander. Tho gratifying part of this
whole business is that the Democracy of
the North and South are united upon this
point and unuuulillcdly indorse Mr. Til
den in the pr.sitiou he has taken.
KOI Til KOLI!A.
Senator Randolph of New J-.-rsey, who
has been in South Carolina investigating
the "politico-military" ritiiatlon of af
fair there writes a letter to the New
York Herald detailing tho concluJoni at
which he ha arrived. Tho Herald
editorially sum ud tbe Senator's eon.
chuions as follows :
The letter from Kmator ltamii.ir.h i.t
New Jersey, which we publish else
where, contains iu luooerale compass a
summary of the situation in South Caro
lina, winch leave Governor Chamber
lain scarcely a shred of the clumsily
woven fabric out o! which he uiadu the
latent bloody-ahiit. h at the same
lime shed quite a ltw
light upon tho Governor's ne
cessity fur troops. It would weui that
Chamberlain seeks protection from the
noncst members of ids own party more
thau from the terrible white Democrat.
The govei nor' excuse want of money
tor not calling the legislature together
(from whom, if convenable, tho appeal
should have come) 1 admirably disposed
ot. Th member would in any case
liuTe had to itovM. Xh esptnev. Tho
real reason Is, however, laid bare
namely, that the malcontent Rrpubll-
ran members of tho .South Carolina leg
Islature would have kicked In the harness
and refused to brinir a needless discredit
nn the state. I'.y appealing directly to
the president t humbcrtnm avoided en
this disaster to his canvass. If thenppeal
were not listened to Im would be no
worse oft than before: but if sustained by
Federal bayonets he hoped to drive the
citizens ol the state literally Into oppos
ing camp, so that any concert or action
between the white and negro races to pro-
Tent bis own re-election would bo nn
Tim: "solid men"' of New Voik city,
the bank presidents, the capitalists and
the monied men. have united in a call
upon Wm. M. Evarts to address them
on the Issues of the day that Is to make
them a fpeecli for Haves. The "solid
men'1 arc all for Hays-s and the contin
uanec In power of the Republican party,
and when they band themselves to
gether and Issue circulars calling upon
the people to vote for tho Republican
candidates because the Democratic can
didates cannot be trusted, it is time for
the meu ot this country who are not
solid" to put on their thinking caps.
Their interests are in jeopardy.
It i' announced through tho National
Republican coramitee that Senator West,
who w as in Washington a few days ago,
"is very confident that Louisiana w ill be
earned for Haytf and Wheeler." And
why not, with nil the w hite Democrats
under arrest and thousands of United
States soldiers to see that the colored
troops fight nobly for the Republican
Mr. Cullom, Republican candidate
for governor of Illinois announces that
under no circumstances will he be a can
didate for United States senator. Mr.
Cullom Is premature.
The National Republican committee Is
confident of carrying the country lor
Hayes and Wheeler "even without the
State ot New York."
Guam ha given up that Hayes will be
defeated next Tuesday, and won't go to
Galena to vole, tor "moral effect.'
I'HKstoKvT Gkaxt will formally close
the centennial exhibition on the 10th
Unci.i: Sam counts on seventy-live
thousand majority in New York.
UNCLE SAMMY S LETTER.
Indorsed by the Leading Presses of the Sauth
It has no Claims.
It Buries Forever a Subject which Co alt
Only Irritate the Public Bind.
Sew Oricins Demxrat.
These (the FrceJman' bank) are the
only southern claims the Democrats ot
Louisiana ask to be paid, and thcec, we
do think, ought to be paid in full.
All the southern Democratic journals
issued since Governor Tilden' letter on
southern claims, that have reached us.
echo and indorse for their respective con
stituencies the letter and spirit of that
leterstmrc fVa.) Index and Appeal.
It supplements the Democratic plat
form, and will be honestly accepted
North and South as a sacred party obli
gation. Further, it buries forever a sub
ject which could only irritate the public
mind without bettering the condition ot
any class of our people.
Little It'.ck (Arii.) fiazctie.
The 1-tter of Mr. Tilden, which we
publi-h to-day, like all his public utter
ances. U clear, explicit and unequivocal,
it neither halts nor miiici s matters, and
will serve effectually to squelch the un
founded charges of the Republicans,
that if he is elected the rebel war claims
will be paid.
Richmond (Va ) Dispatch.
TUden's letter enl ghteus the under
standing sufficiently to enable all men to
understand, it is one of the most clear,
distinct, and complete papers lhat we
have ever read. Mr. Tilden annihilates
all the Radical prophecies and conjec
tures as to his policy and opinions on
the so-called war claims, ami as to the
policy of the Democratic party ou the
Urovratow's Knotville (Ttnn.) Chronicle.
East Tennessee Union men will do
well to remember thia fact, that Gover
nor Tilden, because the constitution for
bids paying the rebel war debt, is op
posed to the loyal claiments receiving
pay for their property used by the trov
ernment, and it elected president will
doubtless use his influence to put a stop
to the payment of such claims.
Mobile (Ala ) ItejrUter.
Governor Tilden'a letter to Hon.
Abram S. Hewitt, chairman ot the Na
tional Democratic committee, under date
of October 24th, removes the last ground
of apprehension which the northern Re
publicans had. or affected to have. The
Democratic party and the South now
stand before the country with clear
hands, honorably acquited of every im
putation against them.
Hendcrsou (Ky ) fun.
He does not use word to conceal
ideas, but speaks out clearly, manfullv in
noble, patriotic terms, and puts "his
prouiisi on record to interpose his veto
ot all such claims, should he be elected.
There is not an honest man in the South
w ho w 11! not glorify and Indorse this ac
tion. It strikes the popular chord. It
will meet with approbation from one end
of the "solid South" to the other.
Norfolk, (Vs.) Landmark.
We have only to repeat what we have
often said on this subject, that the South
undentand fully that the lost of her
slave property was Irreparable; that her
public securities, created as part of her
war debt, are aa dead as Julius Caesar,
and that individual sufferers have to look
to peace and the restored prosperity of
the country for reparation of their for
tunes, which, if ever restored, must be
re-established by their own enterprise
KqoitUIc (Ttnn.) Tribune.
Tilden' letter virtually settles the eon
test not that there wa any ground lor
the electioneering clamor ou the subject
of "southern claims," but because every
honest man lu tho northern states will
take Samuel J. Tilden'a pledge as worth
more ihan the oaths of a whole state full
of Bob Ingersolls and Jim Blalnes. Ills
letter is so clear, o positive, so firm and
manly in tone and expression as to ad
mit of no captious criticism. It Is a com
pie to extinguisher, and the honest neo
plo of the country will so regard It.
VioUbutg (iflu ) Herald.
His letter Is heartily Indorsed by the
South. So far Irotn prejenUnj suehjin-
fifobablf! and nonsensical Issitr to the
country, we nstire the northern (K'opln
Unit l h South w ill je pel h ctly content
"to let tiv-goiie be by-gonei to turn
from the "(lea l past to a new ntid n bet
ter future, and on that basis t i nsurc
peace, reeoiicilatioti and fraternity be
tween nil sections, to the end Hint nil iln
springs of our productive Industries
may be quickened, and a new prosperity
created iu which the evils of the pas'
shall Ik forgot leti."
New )r!mn I'eiiejeri t. '
Tho southern people, not even those
most directly Interested, entertain not
the slightest hope that they will ever he
paid lor their si ives or for nnv losses
they sustained by the war. However
barbarous the lgn.trant chies of the
Noi;tli may deem them, they nre cer
tainly Intelligent enough .to undt r-tand
that the fourteenth amendment put, an
effectual quietu upon all their claims tor
compensation lor emancipated slave and
property destroyed by the calamities or
neecsMiie of the war.
. Nir l.lltlr ;tm- for Itepf Hliiit ii:
l.onlniniin ricrr l lie IhIk-ii in
ttonl Irmn llnr Pnrlshlii Inmhi'r
4'olorrd .Men lhrshil 1 li Vole
llio leiicr.l!lr I leket-An AillresN
lr Hist l.niililKiiK ini- en trul i im
imttrr, THE NEW OHLEAXS l ltocRAMMI .
(Special to tli c St. l.oulsIUi'ubihaii j
Nhw Orleans, Nov. 1. It is stated
this morning that the Republican otlicials
arejenileavorlng to charter tow -boats and
tug-boats tor the purpose of carrying ne
groes to and from the adjacent river par
ishes on election day. The plan U to
have negroes vote in their own parish
first, and then conwy them to other par
ishes and have them vote' on frauduh lit
The Demuerat't Monroe, La., spic'u',
to-day. says Radicals ore m akin" the
campaign in this parish wiih United
States troops. .Speak is sUrt for the
country accompanied by U. S. troops.
They stop in trout ol each plantation mid
play the tile and drum. In this wav thev
collect colored people and take thcin to
the place of speaking.
At a Radical meeting yesterday, aftr
having collected a crowd by such aid.
Soldiers Rrcwter and Goiham r.nd J. II.
Ditikgrave, United States deputy mar
tial, ma lt: speeches of a most incendi
ary character. Dinkgrave nm.oiinml
the fact to the negroes that "If any
white man discharged a color--! n an to
come to him, and he woul 1
i i.xe Tin: w mil MA
Five hundred dollars and divide the
amount among the ncgrnc.--.
Williams, a tax-collector, came from
Caldwell parish to attend the to -ting
with armed negroes. Tie ir tttins were
secreted in the woods ne;.r the place ol
meeting. During the j.-rocce. lings an
otllcer in command of the soldier or
dered a w hite Democrat present w ho v. a
bo!d enough to a-k R. Hardy a qo.e-tion.
to litish up th.it he had no right to say
anything. At tie: .-atuc time a mgro
drew a pistol and threatened William--.
Severalnegri.es to-day rvveah d the fac
that in secret session tlx: RalieaN
adopted a resolution to
kii.i. M.nno pn;uc::.u.'.
That a committee wa- appointed f.ji- t!i!
pin pose. If they (il l not do th:s they
were to pay the penal;y ot their reflect
wlili their lives.
United Suites ( Ulcers here, iu active
sympathy with the Radical party, re
ported upon the very best authority thai
it is the determination of the commander.
Hale, to station troops at eai h poll on
elect ion day.
At St. James' chapel, at a meeting o:i
Friday, fifteen U. S. soldier- were am
buscaded in the wriods near the church,
evidently with a sini-tcr purpo-c.
Another dispatch to the came paper
from the same point say-: "In an in
terview this morning with I.i- nr. M
Cawley. commanding the United States
forces, hi; stated that be had
C OXChALKD SOLOII RS IX THK WOOOS
At a Republican meeting, lie had re
fused to allow gentlemen to ak Repub
lican speakers questions. Had it become
necessary in order to preserve the peace
he would have shed blood by recour-e to
arms. MeCaw ley said, and this wa cor
roborated by his superior ollicer. Col .
Hale, and Wm. L. Hunt and other Re
publican canvassers had called upon him
lor troops. The reporter asked
him: Was Augur awate oi tho use
be was putting troops to? Halo re
sponded by saying it was upon his own
responsibility that he sent troops to pro
tect the lb-publican speakers, and that he
had sent word to Gen. Augur of what he
had dutip, ami his action not being coun
termanded It was evident it must have
MET WITH His) AITKOVAL.
And henceforth Col. Hale says heisg
ing to protect all political Republican
speakers with the troops at liis command,
even it It nqui es bloodshed. Every
portion of thi parish is peaceful uud
quiet and has been go for some time.
A l AL-E KKI'Oltr.
It w as rumored here ibis evening that
a collision occurred in Ouachita parish,
near Monroe, between a company of U.
S. soldiers and the citizens, iu Vvhieh a
number of the latter were killed. Lest
correspondents of Radical paper North
take occasion to fan this into a sensa
tional outrage, it is pronounced a deliber
Gen. Augur has no r port ot such nn
occurrence, and telegraphic inquiry re
veals the fact that the story Is a pure lub
rication. AN ADDRESS.
The Democratic state central commit
tee issued an address to-night to the peo
ple of He United States, denying em
phatically the assertion of the northern
Radical pres and speakers that the ob
ject of the Democracy in obtaining pos
session of tie federal government is to
obtain i)ay for slave or property confis
cated during the war. The address Is
signed by the entire committee, each
candidate on the state ticket, members of
the legUlalure and hundred of business
inf-n. Among the latter nra many who
ulfiliate with tho Republican party.
The Democratic. committee has infr.
matlon relative to the sew ing machine
Republican alll lavits that w ill, before an
impartial court, convict for perjury snd
subornation nil the police lorce who
made altldavlts, as well os several state
officials. Several - Indictments bavo al
ready been found agalu-t these ollicials
by the parsh grand jury, -1 , ..
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mini lr :trl ol tiie l-lale of l i Ii r ,, lute o'
lla-Cliiitv i f Alexuiiilcr and M ile ef LlinotH
ill O'tl-'Nl Hti'Cy j:il' IC'ilvC thill V It; ;,s
pear ls:,re Ihc l itn.ty .li t of .MiAnlir
c .lll.l , ul the (,ilrl !t l. I' ill ( a. Iii, Hi Hie IK
er.iliT lnni. on '.lie 'hid M hhIht In I 'ei-e'i r
lievt, nt hu h lime till i"rf "li-1 liavai claim-
ii. iun-t -ail r-iav :.ie 'I'tilhd i ml niii's:i 1
to attend l"r the I i.r. -i" ' f li ivtrif the -nine ml
'erd All pel-s.in. iiidei'led hi dd e-.-0 ine
v,ei'-od t mil e inaia':'.i.ite :iyti.ii,i m lie
I hl'id III! - l-l diiv f N "Vi tn'.e'-. A. t. , t-T '.
ti-.'- iv Ml.-. i:Htlnii-:i' liow n, vdia'r
AdmlnNfi ntor'a Siiire.
I 'Mtr of .lolm Ilrown, ilecm-rsl.
1 h- n "ler-i.-a.. 1 h.i in- lM' -n ti t ; it :- I n l
lil in, --I r it.ir oi the e-t'te i I .lo'in Crown, late if
the C'liirity oi leMimUT nail stnte ol Illinois,
tin-use I h'Tvlo fiit, i-.oIht li ut he Mill u,--ar
h, f,re the r.ninty e airt of Aivaioler
cc ntity. at ihe e. ut t loui-i! in lin-i t i,i. ln
eeinl"! te in. oa;:i- ilii-' M.....y ir. I'r .n,
l r tt, w hieti time an er.o. I. in t-cia in
nr ii' t s ..'I i--'.ri-a;e n"!,:ied :tt I u ii.vti d to
at icie 1 1 ii Vc ii:iim- ol l,u irar the s.-ni" n
ju t;d. All p, r . iitdi'li.ed I" .--el c.i i:e nm
re.iie-:e I to Iiotk-; imni' d ate juiv im ;;l t II. . Lu
ll) i -itm-d
ll.iti 1 ll.i--.'-til ill-, of i )':! r. ! ,..
W II.LIAM WI.Ui H. A Im r
N'.M'inl t -', l''i. w .i
Wiiiilas, M.iu.i l;,.lj, in, of lie. toiiiil.- (
Ii x:itdr and -lute of ll.iie.;-, li- !: r .ett.ia
trust iiesl, or a;ie inoi'i,:tre, eii.y exi-eiited. ;ir
knoH li-lj.-ed u:el .:i mm- i, Uunn;; i:i;e ilie I :h
day o Ant'ii-t, A.H , nml i ri.nial in !: i-
Kcc'iidiT' olUce oi AirMtioit-r county, mil,'
snoe " liiii,'.!-, iu Ij Jok . I ulc in "i Ijtaj-i , a;
1'iieU;", dideoni- y ui.lolirn ini eivt-ni. y n-lru-.ee,
nil i.:c ) n. Hi ,- iu-i-iiImI .n iih .vi-,
-itujied in Urr ".to! y of , 'e., m t-r un.l Mao- of
llllLitl.s to-Wit: 1 lie ' lllliwet Ii .irliollitl pat I
ol -i-t-lioii ieiity-!i: (- ), t' n-!.:i -ii' lihra
(IT), rune two (1) west; h-i.i die - ntli-u-t liac
i. tl.,1 i.irl ol I i. .Jl ici.t--.. (.' ), iu loivn-
top 'ovot.t.-i n (i '), in raa.T t wed, i pe
inie Hie imMi.i il ol a ..t!ii-f ir note lr tlir
- iiiii o! one nun. 1.--1 u td -1 s! -fi;i:i 0'il.ut--, ii
, at.:d I,;, th -.dd Mal i.: H i!s rt ' nml . iwiide I"
the oiiii-r ol i lie mid irreiiius luiinley; tnii
.v'ur..i-. it i, .roid'. I n u-. I l y .i l I-W.-.I
"is d th it in i .v e i f d. i'.u l in the n mi t t oi
tin -ai l pi'uwi .a.-.ory i.ote, or no i-.nt ttjiieof,
.-.re -rdi: j. t tin- li-!.' r tn-d elt.it . f -..id u t.-
I lien. ...')iiie..t.on of t'c-Iin.il holder of .-a: !
n ! it I a:id H:ih: Pe luwfnl for th in.
di r-Ur. e-l i fei'.:-i . i.lie ,-r. t' s it snd di-i.'.f
I II," r.ml pri to:-.- , ui.d ail' II:.- ri-ii!. til e, t-n.
i li'-. rd e.-.tit ' l' ni'. inj.tii.ii if -ud M.tia
Cots i is, or I.f r ii",r-i and .si, -n I rum in. at ;.il.-
I a- suet ii
a t:.e '.!
a' I ; e -
i -or of , la-
1 I ail", 111
r,, ui.lv ' f N n.nndi i
un 1 st-.te ol lihu : , for lii- l.wn t ui.-l Ii l
I I- '.!.' -..tee v,.:i hi in coh al.-.- la-.o.
a'l'.'i'i'ei-'l s'.i ii sa e taut f d - in hi re-.i pa
ler i.i '!..' limr ,,, p-i ( 1 : i t!e-.i 1 nt oi
t .- i.j.d t" rn-d.-e. exreut-, tir.d Cel.M r t'. l i
1 im I a tr or luin h t re kI sui li ta t co il m.d
.-u:l.. a i.i .' "I or 'U- 1 of e f.vi an v f.,r :h.
pp mi.- - sohi, und out i f t' e pr.,eed- el a. h
vah- to .ay all e..,-t.. and ep-n u,. arrril in
ti.-i.X i. J o,l'ikr t.u I pn-iiit .'. :i..-.i.i
I.'.!, nn v s (-,
'n -ai I te . i.
s f'-e , iiNo la.- !Vinci(i.it .ind ifit--ret
lii.d. win i a- , ili 1. l. 'I L-i) Ijv ii
I a.i e in the piyi-iaii of tin- nil note, p. in.
an I ii.ieo il , Ile.ii ii-ie, pul.lir li.eo-e is
lotivt.y t.v. i , t1' it in p -r-eaice of c id r ..r
in. I'tfHje. aii-i i.y orluei.f In and in.-
ilC'iity i r.: Kiant-,1 iu a:-l t il.c smne, ni,n
I.T vil '.lie of 1 1 it- iratiite of the m.ile, I th" lio .ii r-r-ifii.ed.
Vi .11 'i I rid . . the iCth day d Nov , A.
i , I-T-;. ::t i i.'i-!..rk, p in., at we. t .. r ol I he
.nil : lion ", in l!i(- nl.i I air-1. sell .if 1 '!: po.,:
ol tne .anii-i iilo ie and in ;. id tru-t nr. 1 1 -irni'ed'-e-l
d-i-ril.'-.l . and alt t:,.- r ir'it , l i !-. I en
etlt nnd i-f.intv of r.-dem,.!ton rf t!ie (.! Mi,ii
K.iUlt-, li- r Ii'.im " u---jr th. rein, tit piih.ii:
ml. tion, I -r Hie t.iaije-it tiaJ 1 -t pii.-e tliciu.e
wi,l Iir.inc i" e:i-h.
; i. m s r, n r. v. i . y . r. .rtti-c-e.
I.IM-.r.Al: A l.Ai.V. Vtt'vtoi' ..,....a-w
;. IT, 1-M.--.1 '
IN EANKKCF'f CY.
la !ho Uidiii t t onrtof :lii- ffnleil -utn, f, r lie
S.idl.e. n L i.di .i '. ui l.lui'iis, l'i UiBkiii'.tn-.
l-i tie.' matter of M. '..: I IliilUon A. firiianl
W i ii. l).inl.rnpt .
Sota e i- re rehy irivrn lint a pe'ittoti hu. bier
llied in -ai I court l,y wii I M.rh..c t.,l r al
Her. ant W eil ol Ca'ro, ill tlie ci tititv ol AIe-niili-r,
in said ili-inut, du.y ile. aie-( l.ankii.,i
iiu.ler Ihe ui t ol ii.iih, ol .1 n u j t
I '.r a ilii'l.ai:i- ui d ceil die. itc il.iie.d Ir-iMi all
their deht. mid oth.-i rlmin, pr..i'.:e under ran!
net, ii'J thMt the iTth lay ol i,.'t,.',ir, 1-T-' ut
i l. vi-a o'eloi k u. rn , Is irne'd f ,r tl e h. urir.v
ol the Mime l.y the -a.. I e- nrt t i I n i. .
ta'.eh ( oait Mom in Ihe eitv ol -i 1 1 1 1 ti,-: 1
lieu ntid wlj le nil eie-iiiiors of -aid lie.iikriipt
and nil other p- to .ni in ii.ti n t, u.ay i,n, ud ;iri.
shw inn 4-, 'f any tut v luxe, whi tia- j i-ju-i ol
i-al 1 peti'ii.iid "loiuld not be r..til .1
;i-. 1'. l.or.v, ( Ink.
T.ineffar i Ijiiisdun al,orres for peldi'niers.
liiitoi spiinancld. I'! , he;.t. IS, A. I'. l-Tti
How I1 Itil.e Di.ui.i.
We xv ill elite th it tne siire-t. la-t and
sprcdie-t wiy to "inullipi, nil I inc.. eu-o"
is to call ut No. 12 Wad Ml'-it. Niw Yolk.
titi'1 coiisult wild Alex Vol ii niUiaiii k o.
'i'lie gerdieinen. wliuliavn ion.' Iicen
idenliiiud Willi Dm hi-lory and allirs ol
Wall sireit. uie iinu-iialix ssiiled in mone
tary all'i.i -, and in everyihinsr apt ert iiion
to spei tilution, aie tin xeei ed lur aSilnj
and p: olic;ciU.y. It in;.;, nl-o be cuid tint
I'fll.stiiaiiy I'-rokcis in that city tl, y me
not only tuo mo-t poj ti;ar, but nl-o tin
mo-t HP cr-d jl. l.( ,t patronized, nnd ni.,-!,
xxl lclv known in or ne.ir i!i..- xicinitv ol
Aii oti; tlie , u-1'.n.u-j ot the hou-e o,'
Al'-t lrVothiigha:u A. Co , are mine oi onr
leading and rc ;-e-. r.t alive citizen-, who
uie mainly Indebted ta I he 1 alios of this
lii in lor mucli ot the wttt'Ui they now en.iny.
I im in.' thu loier bud siici.i sl,d exper
!' tiee ol M' -rs. AI- X. r-1 ot 1, i n'!ii.ui ( o.,
in Itlis ciiy they lvc earned for tlieii.se'n i s
:.u ciiil.il ic n p,.t .itmn lOr hnnis!j , intej.
r ty and failh, ar.d et joy a Idi-incss iilnni-t
colo-sal in i: pr. purt'ioi s. In fact, the
einouiitof bu-iness done b tliUhtuse In
the cour-e of a xearis sonn tiiinif wonder
ful, sfd olteti t .mis tiie snhje. t ot cli)
inent. It need- but a x i-lt to their spacious
. tli: e in Willi atrei't to prove the truth ot
the iiboie rtitciumt.
How ttii-y nn n;e to convert fcin to )
-' to ?', Ii into fso, ai d i on, i u
secret Which they u.oue eiui explain; hut
that they succeed iu iloin mi i-. n 1 act l io
well Known to admit of d nil.t It you
would Kitei' sinl profitably iruc-st your
uimicy, do not hesitate to I ivor this"nrni
Willi your cash and conii 'eiice. '1 hut by so
doint; you widreap uu ubuin'iint roard,
the iXpirlcn.-'H ot thou-biiits el our lies'
citizens attest. Tho iieoesity ot luLing
such a course in these limes of toiteriiiK
hanks nnd linaticitd strir'geney must be i p
purent to tin most indifferent Mid enreltss
Alessrs- Alex. Frothjiifdutn & Co., ate
prepared to lavo-t niouiy to any auioui I iu
the Pest se.Mirit'r s, aud iu tveiy irausac
tion in w hich they may he in:a;ed u.-ir-untea
en'ies salislacUon to thoc w ho honor
them with thtir paUoufcfce.
lTAT"send fur their Kxplanntory Circular
aud Wenkly Iteport-, which they mail free
to all wbo cloHire t'leiu. fmi .A'. T. 3A
fi A sril 16 1..TC. 7-l.eodao ,
A GSSTS WAKKD t0 "fif Naw
sbab Events at th Vattonal Cardtil
AND THE CAMPAIGN Oi' l(70.v
uf Ihe tim.k fur the tiinei. UlVt." a lu'.l 1:1- lu.y
of the Xatioiud l apiloland dot eminent. Show 4
how the fOrum"tit haj been umn.ii I ince it
uruaniiution. Kxplaius hvr j.jb are put
liirouuh eoiipo-i s . i .ivca u lull Ll.-t.i y of lb
Wl:iky frauds ind Helktmp x-nn l.il. It Kivcj
the live-i of ilayu, W heeler, T ildeu H'.d Hill
tricks. irniHl i'Iiuim lor Assail. Artdre,
-17 wsvt J. LIIAMUKUS. Si. I.uiiiH,.Mo.
I paain, ania
I lUlMlMlllh w
ii a.in.lfw jusauiliui4 aul will turtla mv i
ft'- au Alrrtia'4 S T ubP Co., St. lr: M
Two Sizca, 50c. and $1.00 Bottles, ut
mm Compound d Malaria' Kiag,
For the Sure Cure of Chills, at
Holman's Fever and Ague and Liver Pad,
82 GO Each.
ROGERS' FEVER AND AGUE PAD, $1 Each,
Fcr Sale by
33iVXtOXjA."32 BnOTILTJ O.S,
GLOBULES AND TINCTURES,
For Family Use, by thoSinfrlo Viil or in completo sotB. Wo havo
nrnt cwbcb contninmrr Eighteen of tho Principal iloinoBpthlc Rernot
dies. Plain Directions lor their uao with cverv case Will be Sin
by Mail on receipt of price, $150. For salo by
$D ;d; TLi
At Wholesale, at
ELAINE, the 'Tamily Safe Guard," at BARCLAY
BROTHERS, has received the Centennial
WAX FLOWER MATERIALS, Moulding Tools, Brushes, &c, te.,
A Full Lmo at
Washington Avenue Store.
The "La PICCADURA" or "BOSS" 5 ct Cigar ,
ts a -Tki th OrUM-inl nnd Tmn liona" Cl.'er.
BARCLAY BIIOTIIERS, SOLK AGENTS.
Golden Lion and other Fine Colognes,
AT BARCLAY BROTHERS.
Choico Perfumery, Imported and American
in lurge variety at BARCLAY BROTHERS.
A Full Line of Toilet Soaps.
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS.
For Plain and Fancy Writing Papers,
Note, Letter, Foolscap and T.niral Can. Envelops, Ink. Pona Pencils An
Low Puces at iSAKCLCY S WaaainVton Avouu. bSre.
Waukesha, Bethesda, Blue Lick and Saratoga
Mineral Wttrs, at BARCLAY BROTHERS. Ohio Lerse-
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS,
Either Store. Be aura to call examine and pries before you Buy.
White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Varnishes all colors and Painter Materials, at
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
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