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CYRUS 8. OBERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
I or IW,
SAMUEL 3. TILIEN.
f Sew otV.
1H0MAS A. HENDRICKS.
Wm. J. ALLEN, cf JacK.nn count) .
Wn F. COOLBUAGH, of tW: r ..my
let. Dli't-Thomu Hoyne.
-Thos. B Coulter,
W. C. Green,
-James B Eckels.
Goo B. Martin,
-C. W. Bullock,
L. W. James,
-J. W. Davidson,
W. E. Ewin,
-Charles A Keyts.
0. A. Roberts,
-O. B. Ficklln,
-R. N. Bishop,
J. J. Phillips.
C. A. "Walker.
-J. P. Johnson
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
of ktniall county.
ARCHIBALD A. GLENN.
of brown county.
r Secretary of Suit, ....
S. r. THORNTON,
t ot Auditor,
of Cook county.
For Stat Trraiurtr,
of Clinton county.
For Attorney General,
of Logan county.
Congressional District Ticket
l or OngrcM,
of lUndoijih county.
1 ,,r M'm'jer Suite Kurd of r.'qua.'icstinn,
OLIVER P. HILL,
of t'aion county.
Senatorial District Ticket.
I or t."tc Senator Fiftieth Ihitrltt.
of Union county.
r l.vr.tcieaiaiive the Leuislniurx Fifsif (!
ALEXANDER II . IRVIN.
mi: nri.i.F.nw r.ii m.isiiirxT
I am ajislous to go out ol tl;e new-paper
ari'l printing Im-ine's-into another hu-I-ri'-riH.rui'l
therefore offer the whole Bi'U.K
rtv Printing KstftViKhtnenttnac-iilncry,
tjpi-j, buiWmg, and good v.HI the
!. Ap:ip r ttiid job office for -vile upon
tr.e easiest kui'J of term?. This news
paper aiiJ j. ' printing establishment la
tlic bc-M appointed one in .Southern Illi
nois and i a money-making concern.
Any one who wishes to engage in the
business, will tiii'l this t be an e(.T.etit
luiyiire at. the P.i i.li tin office, M Mr.
K. A. Burnett.
Oct. 20. 1S70. John II. Out km .
Votk, and vote early.
DiiMocruTS don't forget to vote early.
Don't torgel to vote
Voil lor Tilden, the great lMorno r
of the period.
It i the tlutv of cverv Dt moerat in
Cairo to vote earlv.
Jf every man does his duty Samuel J.
Tilcleu will be elected by a vat majority.
I r your neighbor be too wcuu und In-
lirm to go to the poll, obtain a caniaac
VOTE EARLY, and then give your
atitiiiiou to the polls until they are
Uu t J i.an WilUuutsbu beeu making
speeches und vole in Illinois lor Iew
Tut Boys in bluearetobereorgaiiized(
und the old MCtional hatred rcwvtd
"Let u have peace."
Ik the tluul hour of the campaign see
that every cit'uen casts hi vote lor Til
den and Reform.
It becomes ttie duty of u!l clubs to e
that their di.triet. poll their lull vote for
Tilden and Hendricks.
Djst't mind tha United State mar
shals. They can't tat you. them
by, good Democrats, and vote tarly.
Ai'Aitivlhat casts 351 votes In its
uatioiiul convention for a man like JJlalne
doe not fchow a very strong de-lie to re
form it'ell from within.
Faiiaixks and producers, who dt sire a
better market lor thoir products, will do
well to look at the true l,uec the cam
palgUKid ilicu vwj for Til Ju au 1 Re-trtTi.
t Tlir. PROURMt or I F.XTN 1 1,1X 4-
TIOX-TIIK hri'ttv Ot'TMtUF..
You are an lionet man, Mr. ttepnblb
can ; be alo a sensible man mid liair-n to
The t'niiod Nile govci nment lei ap
pointed ceiUin uilUcn ol Calm iccinl
deputy t nited Slides niiU'hsNi nnd ha In
structed them to ec tli:it a f.nr election I
held at the-two poil of thi city. You
say tliN i pivl-ely tli" thing that ought
to li.r.v been dune. Yoti nre
mistaken: ami il you will give ft little
thought to the matter, an 1 rlc above
your partisan prejudice, yon will admit
this will go hack on your present un
Why, look at thi.-. laei lor a moment:
Illinois i a HepublleHii rtate, and lias
provhlfd law under which election
mii't be held. Every possible salenard
has been thrown around the. poll. Hut
now Mepj in i lie national govern
ment, and .vs: 'The tnto otfl
cei are not u(lleieu!. I'hey in
not be trut-l. 'J hey in.ut be put 8ide,
o that a tair election miy be obtained;
and to obtain a (air election Mr. McCar
tney, the president of a Have and Wheel
er club, and Mr. Holme, the captain ol a
Hayci and Wheeler company, mut be
appointed deputy United States roarnhalA
to take charge of the polls!'1 You ask lis:
"Will not thceo men do their duty faith
fully, and Kive the Democrats a fair
chance V They may. We don't know.
That remain to be evn. But put your
felt in our place for a lew moment.
Suppose TiLicn were president now and
the election at hand. Suppose the new s
should come to yon that Mr. Thouia
Wilson, the president ol the Tilden
Sweepers, and Mr. Je.swe Mcllafl'ey, the
captain ol the Sweeper., had been appoin
ted deputy United States marshals w ith In
structions to protect the polls and secure
a 'air election in this city with authority
to arrest you on suspicion that you were
contemplating election frauds, or that
you intended to Intimidate Democrat
with authority to compel the sheriff ot
the county and the mayor of the eity, to
help them execute their order? Sup
pose this, and then frankly tell u how
loud and how Ion you would denounce
the tyranny ot the Democratic party.
The ftct Is, you don't endorse your
party in this matter; but if you vutu with
It thi i time, you jive to it the power to
continue on in its evil course. If your
party succeeds to-tlny, we Mmll have a
dozen marshals at each of the polls two
years from now, and a hundred or two at
the next presidential election. It you
vote tor the Republican party to-day,
yon vote lor a precedent that may eomo
day return to plaue you. This marshal
supervision of elections was originally
Intended for the South. Ui now put
upon the north in a mild form. After
awhile it will be a part of the regular poliM-
chI machinery of the country, and then
good-bye'to lair elections and the liberty
of vhleli c have been i-uoh loud boast
ers. Corny now, good Republicans bo
of service to your country by voting the
Democratic ticket, aud m this way re
buko the dangerous power the federal
government i cxerrKm? over eb'etiou
in th" -t,-.tcs.
TIIK Er O.tniAKT.
The cabinets that the two candidates
propose to themselves are Indexes of the
quality ol the administration they would
give u. Mr. Tilden is left singularly
free In his choice. Mr. Hendricks, his
principal rival In tho convention, Is on
the ticket, and Gen. Hancock is holding
a life position at double the salary of a
cabinet officer. Though both ol them
would reflect the greatest honor on the
administration, tho places which they
would llil can be offered to others. Wm.
Allen, another competitor, Is probably
too old to care to tukc a cabinet office,
snd this haves only Thomas Francis
Bayard aud Joel Parker, whom both po
litical courtesy aud a sense of their emi
nent fitness would Induce Mr. Tilden to
call tin in into the cabinet The rest of
hi cabinet he can select from the
Adamv, Curtin. Sejmour, Kernuns,
Blair, and the long line of distinguished
Democratic statesmen. Mr. Hayes is
held fust by the fetters ol the Cincinnati
convention. Bluine, tin; Jobber. mut
head his cabinet, and Morion and Hart-
rantt must help to make It up, with, per-
hap, Boh Shcppar-d to till a vacancy. A
prcsi-ient is known by tbe company he
The Democratic house of congiaa ro-
duct d the taxes ol this country thirty
nine millions of dollars last w inter in
spite ol the opposition ol a Republican
senate. J t the people ol this district
see to it that they reflect Mr. Hartzell
whose vote helped In every Instance to
cEect these vast reductions.
Movk forward at a solid phalanx tor
1 .Meu and Reform. Let corruption and
irjuu oe an ven into Hie earth.
O.vr. more charge and victory Is ours
k-t this be the watchword of Democrats
aud Jteforniers to-dav.
Tii: ..li-.t!. ... r.r 'Mn. .
"-""u vi a uueu JUiUI B
honest aud capable aduilniitrsfion ot
Eveur mun to L: poit.tn 1 lorward fgr
iua noai cuarjje to victory.
Vots for Tilden sr, 5 Rcfvrm to-iss-
MMiis." Itulmrs nhd MeCariliryJcast fifteen additional vMc Icr the cuuse
tbe tJni'teU State murshal, having ol good government. Ib-sldes these
ronsiiltwt Col. McKenlf, the postmaster,
have arrived nt the ronchision, that the
irmocrats ol t aire may, il they behave
themselves, vote lor Tilden. Steward and
Harlzell an.! the other leMwratlc candi
dates; butMrict orders have been Issued to
the marshals In stuVtantcastollows i "If
you find n Republican, ami particularly n
nrgro, voting the Denifcmflc ticket,
shoot him on the spot !'
Tiik Radical leaders, fearful that col
ored men would vote tin; Democratic
ticket, had Holmes and McCarthy ap
pointed deputy United M-ih s marshals
in Cairo, and are making the colored men
Im llevc that these terrible men will arrest
them it they do not vote tho straight Re
publican ticket! Thi isstiamelul. It Is
an intimidation of the colored man that
call lor denunciation.
Gov. TiLTtKN reduced the lases of New
York from fifteen millions to eight mil
lions of dollars. The people of tho
United States propose to say to him to
day. "Well done, good ami faithful ser
vant, thou bast been faithful over a tew
things ami we will make tin e ruler over
How remarkable the solicitude of the
Republican organ that "none but the best
men shall be nominated for office this
When the devil was !!.
The devil a monk woul J tx.
Dm when the devil got well.
The ucvil s monk w he. "
Tote as Holmes tells you to; obedient
Republicans. Come, now, meek and gen
tle Radical, show your ticket to the
good and great Daniel McCarthy.
These gentlemen have been Instructed
by the Republican party to sec that
i you all vote a straight as a string.
Ir is our centennial year; let us prove
to the world that we are good citizens
and desire honesty and reform. Let all
prove it by voting early, and seeing that
the lull vote of the election district Is
Citizkxs and independent voters will do
well to look Into the official facts and fig
ures ol the Republican administration aud
then will joyously cast their vote lor Til
den and Reform.
THE RI.VG CANDIDATE Havk.
THE RINU BREAKER Tille.n.
Twenty year is too long for any po.
litical party to have control of the Gov
ernment. Votk for Lew Steward lor governor
of Illinois to-day. He is an hoscst
farmer aud has never had anything to
do with w hl-ky rings nor any other kind
Gov. Tilden Im reduced the tux in New
York nearly $3,(Xi,000. That is practical
reform. Can Hayes show any sue'a
record during bis three terms as Gov
ernor? Cst your ballot to-day for .Mr. llari
zell, who, during the lat session of con
gress always voted on the side of econ
oirv and retrenchment.
Remkmdft. that it becomes the duty of
every citizen to be energetic on election
day. or all the work of the past months
will have been in vain.
CtiuENs of all nationalities and creeds,
who desire relorm and economy in the
public service, will cast their votes for
Tilden and Relorm.
Marshals to right of us, marshals to
left ot us, roar and threaten ; but don't
mind them : Vote early, and vote the
VOTE at precisely one minute alter
the opening ol the polls, good Demo
tiif. iii.ir.s roMffirr-i:' ai-
DRAWING TO A CLOSL.
New York,Nov.3. The following was
issued to-day :
Iluoms cf the Xuttuna! Democratic C'w"t
mittct, Evcrttt idouu, -Veto J or, Vr. 3,
l$7ti. To the People of the United States:
The great contention between the Repub
lican officers and the peoplo is now draw,
lug to a close. The evidi-uct is all in and
the country is to pass upon the issue.
which Is. whether by a change of men
aud measures there shall at least be an
opportunity given for a change irom the
bad times brought on by the mismanage
ment and muladuiini.-tration ol jtiblic in
terests by the party in power. The ifrcat
majority of the people desire only an op
portunity to earn an uouest livelihood.
and their main concern is not In the sue
ces ot any party, but In the maintenance
ot the government which protects
Ul'K, LIBERTY, A-ND ritOI'KRlV
at the lowest con ami docs not Iv its
measures make the rich richer and the
poor poorer. The Republican managers
have ignomlnlously tailed in tin ir t-Aorta
to obscure aud trvert the real and only
Issue involved In this struggle lor honest
goverment by the substitution of t:d,e
party erle and calumnies addresed to the
passions and prejudices rather than to
the rean ot men. The result is no
longer doubtful. The bail men w ho have
10 losg abue1 the trust confided to them
by , 'patient peoplo will be driven from
power by the popular voice on Tuesday
next. From intormation In the posses-
sion of thi committee, based upon core
im emmaies received from various
states, we ore JntiflsJ In claiming as
tilt CAt SE Of BtlOltal.
Embodied In tbe national Democratic
ticket, 200 electoral votes, a clear ma
jority of tbo whole number. In Ibises-
timate we do not Include tbe electoral
vote of South Carolina or LouUUna,
wLlcb, II aooordod an election Ireo Irom
I nH'.'f ry lr,rhtr.y. sTotilJnndotiViiv
votes ve Imve i viry rtnoti to r-xprct
seventy-one vote lioin states regarded
as doubtful which, if ca-d for Tilden mid
Hendricks, will give them over two
thirds ol tho Hectnral college. In this
estimate we do not include the State ot
Ohio, from which, however, we have
ASSt HAXt 1. to MCiOKi .
Oil the other baud, our estimate concede
to tho Republican officeholder every
state iu which, by their power ol pat
rouagti and their reekles use of illegal
expedients, they Iirvc uny reasonable
ground for claiming success. The com
mittee feel that the day of re
demption draw nigh, when our
beloved country will be freed
from the embraces of corruption ; when
equal rights will bo restored to all classes
of citi.ens ; when the government will
be honestly und economically adminis
tered ; when
TIIU BVIipKX OK TAXATION
will be lightened so as t be tolerable ;
when the national credit w ill bo upheld
and.strcngthcncd; when the shackles of
commerce will be stricken off and pros
perity so long u stranger within our
gate, will once more take up p. abude
In the homes of American Ireedmaii. It
only remains, therefore, lor the. commit
tee to make this final ap
peal to their fellow-citizens to u-e
all possible precautions to prevent fraud
In tho election by which the will of the
people may be defeated, and to e xer
cise the great privilege and supreme duty
of freemen by casting their votes for the
cause of relorm in such overwhelming
numbers as will, tor the coming century,
render impossible a resume-lion ed'
TUE COllRt PTIO.N AMI IMr-ROV ltKNCE
w hich have dishonored and impoverished
the country during Republican rule. A
victory thus achieved w ill be a triumph,
notot any party or seet ion, but of the
whole people, vindicating their own
honor and assuring their ow n welfare.
By order of the National Democratic
A vram S. IlKWirr, Chairinmi.
1 Helen on Ibe Fit I lire.
A LATE PHoCKssloN.
New Vi'I.k, Nov.. a. It was 1:4J
o'clock this morning w hen the )at tort li
bearerliled past ij,.v. Tilden, Mr. John
Kelly, GranU Marshal Breiuiun, Lieut.
Gov. Dorslieimt i, Mr. August Belmont,
Royal I. Phelps, ami the ether distin
guished gentlemen who occupied tbe re
viewing stand in Iront of the
Everett bouse. Then the great nuns,
probab'y fiO.UUO in number, surged up
until the calcium lights n llected h per
fect sea of upturned faces. A mighty
cheer rose upon the air. Gov. Tilden
advanced, removed his hat, and said:
"Gentlemen and lellow-citizens, you
have just witnessed a magnillcent page
ant, it Is not a compliment to ni ; il is
an e xproioii ol
Till. J'ori'LAK WII.I.
In hi ball ol reform. These thousand t f
marching patriots, this glitter and this
enthusiam. means something more liuo
mere display. It means that p-jop
speak lor relorm. This grand demon
stration Is a harbinger of uceess. Do
lour duty on Tuesday next as nobly as
you have done it to-night. Our success
it.ack, HEroxctMATiox, ixn rr. eif.Niiv
among nil our people, or cverv cIhsh and
race. It means national credit founded
on a solid basis ; a united people, a Iru
gal administration, an honest aud just
government. It w ill bring a reduction of
one-half ol one per cent. in
the interest on the bonded na
tional idebtedncss below the: lawestra e
at which any loan has been negotiated,
which, in a period ol thirtv-eijrht years,
would save to the people t3Ti0,a.0no of
the $700,000.0(10 proposed to be issued at
four and a half per cent. It would mean
giving lair play to the healing influences
ol nature in tbo restoration ol
OI H BCSLXE'S AND IMH'STRIKS,
to prosperity which bad administration
have impaired and for a time destroyed.
Fellow-citizen. I thank you for your at
tention. We have witnessed a pageant
which strikes dismay to the vision ol our
enemies. New let us no to our homes.
labor with our doubtinir neighbors, tout
on Tuesday next do our duty as good
citizens. Gentlemen, good night."
Ten days asro the last card which thr
Hayes men were playini' In this losmsr
game was the rebel claims, which they
said amounted to about S2.o0U.0ti0 don,
and would surely be paid, if Tilden w.is
elected. This base-lets a-sertien was un
doubtedly making an impression ; and
then-lore Tilden trumped the demagogue
trick by his bold, manly, patriotic h-iicr.
The signals of distre-s tl.ro.vn ou t bv
the advocates of Hayes nt all points of
the compass dining the past two or three
weeks, ana particularly within the last
three or four days, prove conclusively
that the tide has turned against them,
and that their retten cratt is about to go
to the bottom.
No sooner wa the Indiana election over
than Sitting Bull Morton lleil to the
Pacific coast. It was Morton that raised
the bloody shirt and gave the contest Its
sanguinary asjie-ct. Does an v one believe
he would have skulked from the Held had
t.e not known that all was lost
The if;iine 1 up. There I no doubt o
the trluinjih ot Tild"n ami Reform. But
the victory Hiould not nierelv be untile
certain. Itshould be overwheimlng.
tne people carry lor their candidate and
their, e-ause thoe five or clx tlonbitul
tate w hose votes will givo tnetn a ma
jority ol two to one over Hayes and cor
The ordering of troop to South f.'nro-
iiiiaeo save mat it ato wa only tiiepre
liminarv etep m u programme that origi
nally cont-mplated uu attempt to carry
half a doyen Mates lor Hayes by the
bayonet. But the ticrv flash of popular
Indignation ba terrified Crant. old
Father Taft, noisy Zaeh, who pun he
crew to the officeholder, and Slippery
Don Cameron, to w hom tbe fae-ile Hayes
owes Id nomination; and Ihey Imve
abandoned all hoiJts of wilvatlou by
means ofthe army.
Etif.e of JVter Und, ilcrtAM.1.
I lie uudeidlgn t having- h"n apKlntuJ att
tnluUtratru of the e.tate ef Teter I'owtl. Ite of
the county of Alexander anil Mate of liliunia.
ileeal hirhy jiHea notice lliat (hewillap.
peat before tLe county court of AliUaudtr
county, at the court house iu Cairo, at the lie
cmlr terra ou th tulid Monde In JieeeiniM-r
next, at which time all pereons havliie claim
aiU4t aaid eiUle are nOliaed vivt requeen i
Jo attenJ for the I Urpo.e of havicft th saiiw a.1-Juste-1
All persona indeb'H to U estate ere
iwpieihM to nka lrnmllate payment ii trej
J ifittsl il
l inli.1 tin. I.l aa. nrt...K.t , k a I,
MR', KmD'JEi; fww li, .!.T.-
SI (; Nate.
When,, K.ml'y Holmes of the titv ef e uirn,
coiiniv f Alts,nh-r, mi, I Mat,. , lllinoK I'Y
liereciiitin iitoriRHire tlii-,1, only executed,
knowletlKfit ami lc!iycn-i, ln'toinit dule Ite
seventh tiny of en tfilier. A . !., s;.i, mi'l
mtitisl in the rci'mitcr's ollice nt h:-J ronnlv nl
AlrMttMhr, in volume (li,,,.k) "," m e !-t
ili'l i-i'tivry unto tlie mult ismi . 104 In ns niel
asuiKtuas morUuire, the lulitiw-lne iletrrlhed
projH'ity. Hituute in lln ity 1,1 i"i,i!o, r,,niilv
ol' Alexndi r, ati't Mute ef llliimis, tn-Wit:
I. 'it iiuniliered tw-i iy-ilvc (.-'.) i i l l,,('; nnni
lien d lliiv-tmi' (Ml , in llir i Itv i.f air nr.ne
w I, ieh sni't Mii-rf ifiijt'-" s - in vie tn -toiic On
ihj inent of one rerliim irntiiissciry note ,l' f i. r
iii ii I l.'nily IkiltiK". Iieavinir even i'utc taoh ml
n-rliiire, fr tin- sum if live hmulied iVOl-in
psynhli-in two yrar- Rlter il(-, ! Hip order
el (lit mnlrrsiK1" '!. n oli inter. Hi nt tlx- rutr- i t
ti-ii )ier rent, n-r truiiini, tinlil paidr An I
Whereas ileluHt Ims liifti inaile in the )
nient of "ili'l rt'ite, itil'l Intenrl. Novr thetelnre
imltllo nli'-e Is lieieliv giwn tlut on I In- -tli
ihv of NHveitilivr .V 11. 17'',, nt " It t i n n'rU k
.1 In , lit tin Writ ilo"l i.f the rn'lrt house, in the
t'ity of Cairo, t-ounly ol U-siindi-r,
ant SlHte. if Illinois, t sluill sill nl
juililir -iile to Hif highest lili(ir lot
rieh, the snid luorltiiE-i er.iniJi. nn l all
lioiiillt of "ttily oi risleniptiim nrt)ie snjil
Kniiiy Milium, her heirs, cutnrs t ilininis
trateis. n assign llieiem, irsii:i'it to the ,.
eim ami irnvisioii in the pmm mortiiKe r.m
t:onel ItoMKNr II . e imm cii.im.
e;aiito. III.. Oi t. M, lTi. .M.irt.-.ikt e-
W nmr.As, M.ina IColxrts, of the e.'outitv t.f
Alvxiinder and soue of lliuioi. , hylur letlmii
trust its, or sale iimrtioiifc. ttiiiy exet-ttted. ac
Kthih iciln.'il ami ot-iivt ren, benrinK Oitlethe Isth
d:iy ef Aiikriist, A. I' , Is."',, ini'l r'Tonlnl in
Uecorli-r'a oiliie of AlrTiitnler roimty , lu the
.stntc ol llliei;s, in Intnk . ol s.ile iiioi e,-unes at
paite P,-'o, (liilronve unto M -semim i ,n Sii! y
trustee, nil t.ie lolion mp iIi-mtiInsI i ri irii't-s,
situaetil in thirjtirity nl A i-Yineli r mi l Mule o
Illinois to w : I He -ote-t Ii 'ai-lioti.il p.il I
of -v.'tioi, i !ity-ilie ), oii,l,i, m i, uiri'ii
(17) ra!i).-etw,i (J) we-t : u'i the south, a-t Irur
ioii.il part ol m-i lion tm iity -six (' (, In town
slip eeventctn ( 1" ) , in t unio-1 o U) nt, in n
rure Uu- pH' tn'-iil of n pro:ut!soi v note i n- th,
suniol niir him lrcl ari'l sixty-eiuht ool uis, i v
emiteit hv tin- -aid M;ii i t 11 .IkiIs hihi p.,.ilih to
Hie tipli r nl 'the su.-d irniii.is t.retnltj j mul
whi-rrtt". It is pi' ii lett in and hy nid tui-l
tieeti. that in ease of th t tuit ill the pH.Miielit ol
the -it id promiusory noie. or any part tln ieot.
ai-ei, ilinK to the It nor and iiln l 1' -aid i, ou
trun, on Hpp'ir-itlon of Hit- lt-anl ll ddir of said
n de. il slii.ii and luicht he Inu ftil l,,i Hi'- ill,
iler-iir ,ed ir-emus t.re nli-y to Sell mul di im
, the "ni-l prt 11,1-es, and ail" tin- rii.ht. title, f.t n
tlh, und cquit if red'inpli, ii , s.iid.Mtiiu
KoIri is. or her hnir and -K;iir iht tt In ui pi.l,
lic auction, at tee wvat il orofihe r nrf h i.-e,
iiiihe tit j of t 'aim, in the eitiiitv l nd i
und Mite of Illinois, for Hie hulifsi ai.d h.rl
price ihe smile will I rniK in ch-Ii nl cr bin u
udvert.se-l surd su e thirty days iu nil nriti..-l-r
at that lime pul,i.hed in the siud t-iti ol
Cairo an-l In make, ev eute, and tit lilt r to Hie
purrha-er or piirt'h iters nt sin h hi,r. pi ,1 til
siillit'it'iit tleetl or i let" I of t-oiivt-yanrv ,,r Hit
prt noses sold, and out i f the proris-t-, o -u, h
ale to pay all costs und etrsnsea in in rt-l iu ad
vertising and aclliuir siiii pttni.-r.s. iii. lu ur
uttomeT'a fees, i.lan the priii, n il und ihi. ie.t
on said Hide ; and when a, tlefnilt h.is Iten
In.v 'e in the p iymei.t of ihe said noi, pnni jpu
and interest ; now. th riTore, ptlhl t- noiit-e t.a
herehy Kiver.thnl in p r liam-e f h:, sae
inorttfHk'e, ani hy vinue td' o e p,r;ird i;u-
thorily lo fiie prante.) in a- d hv he "ine, uiid
liy virtue of Kit- t.itutc of the .-ijlf. I Ihe tin.iirr
sipmd will on l ii.l.y. the I7lhdny oi Xov . A.
1 ,1-7-', at 'l oV.tn'k'. p in., at n t -t ' r e.1 ft..
court noils;-, iu the nty ef aip. eel' a , :,-poe
oi the pn u i i tis atioie uml i.-i st.1 tr.,-1 m- it
p.lt'l d ed tle-.erite I. nn, all ther irhl . Ii: Ii- l.i-l,-flit
und e'iUitv ol rt'lflilli'ioil ol tlir- -;.i.l i. rot
C-ititrts. l.-rhtirs or a-sln. tin;. ". pui-.ir
an-lion, f .r the hii(he-t and h ,t pu.-e -t.v uite
nil! hiii:B' in i-h.
c'i:si-.i i i;'!i:v r.1- v, m.
I.INKf. Mt A l.ANsi.j..:,. tl v lr '-i rir u-ee
i . it ':, -1, ,i
P?.i:S2 SSD7CE3 13 sl'il IHE TI5SSS
Room and Board, hi and 2d :
Floors, $2.50 per Day. !
Spaolal Rates by Werik or Mouth.
A limited iiuinls-r of very !i tirtih'e innili j
rooms tan he mi mil ut ri-joii-ldc tmU - lor ll.i j
SMiniiier months i
I he -st.. I luirle.s is the lnrt-ev. and lief nnpoint-
etl Him-e in smi .,.r 1 1 1 1 .,-. . i ;,d is tl - i-ii linx ,
hotel in e mm Xolw lili-li.ti !m U;i- ' l!t d.
Hot I;" psiiiclion in pi it- -,, the luhh- wii!, :.
t'suul, he lila rally uppln-.l with ihcteri 1 1 si ;
nt every thin that ean he foun t in m-irfci t .' j
I ine lai-e nirii'.ltr rooms for t'oii,iiien 1.0 Ir.-- ,
ch'i. on itro'iiu: r.n-r, irieofi hare. j
If AM lsi!iK - of irtlo-tK foil it isl !.(,!'. It r-0
the iioiel ivirn ,;l t ;uirir-- " i
Jl.UhirUII, "0,H ,
4-l-tf. rr,.,ne.i.s 1
th: i- (friii 1
Wabash Avenue and Was!
A Large and Well Se
lected Stock of Tore'cn
and Domestic "
Dry Goods, j
Carpers, Etc. j
To Which They Invite ho
Special ATTENTION of tho
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE!
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
I I he .rii. Olil
L I IT I M E IT T
Which has stood tho toft of 4C
Thero ia no soro it will net Ileal,
no Lament-as it will not Curj, po
Ache, no Fain, that Afflicts tho Uu
man body, or th body ot n Horso
or oin.r I'omeBiic an mat. that
does not yield to ite mumc touch. ?
A bottlo Costing 25C., fiOC. Cr 81
his often saved the Uleol a Human
Bein?. and Restored to Life and
USeJillUCa.S Illany U ValUUblt
? ? 5 H ? ? ? ? ?
Tea Mie UorUmi; I'Ihxh We ule now
plfpureti to furuiah oil clavtH with ennsiutit em
,ioi until ui home, the wliule of Ihe time, or Mr
Ihe.reparnuijUiii.t-.. liUeiDO I('W , liii hi Li; I
protltuhle. frraon d either rex eu.'l. em u
Ii olil u.' ceiitfl in $ j jr everuui-. ami a pmpoi.
iol.h1 fi.iu ty itt-vntliip tieir liole lime lu th
liuniie-a, tto 4 1. 1 u jiii'.H euia nvaiivita i, nc'i
astiien. 1 hat all w ho see thii notice iuav -i : 1
their ailrflf 4, pet! t."t the busius v inaLt- ll,4
unparalleled offer: 1 o aueli n ure not iiillsut...
lleil Wm XX ill .end one tlolli-r tn po v f .r t.-n
trvtih'e of wrlllnK. '!' part len'ais', MiUL,l.a
W'oith atterai iioilare in eoruna-iwe work on.
aud a copy of lion utiJ iieij. ooa u
Inri.t aud be.t llluatr.it.sl j,cbli.-arini:a, all ben;
In hv laail l.uWr, If J a rp Ja ttiiHTici.r
froittabie -ati, eianiiCi-. i.xa,, g Co, Ktl
'i I, Matt.a.
1. 1 Stewart I h
Two Sixes, QOc. and 81.00 llottlci, al
Vor tbe Suro Cure of Chills, at
Holman's Fever and Ague and Liver Pad,
42 00 Each.
ROGERS' FEVER AND AGUE PAD, $1 Eaeh,
For Sale by
X3 AIlOLi AlTSC BnOTHE RQ,
A FULL LINE OF
GLOBDLES AND TINCTURES,
For Fnniilv Use, by th?Sin-!o Vial r,r in complete Bets. We have
rfHt c-.'Nc-H comaiuiug r lKbteen ol . ho Principal Ilomajpathie Bemcr
dies. Flam Dire ctions lor their us? with rv. rv pshc. Will hn Sen-
j fcy Mail oa reefeipt ol price-, sl 50. For stile by
j Either Store.
K2 & -Sv .n a
At Wholcsulo, at
! ELAINE, the "Family
l.iWriijSilS. nas received tbe Centennial.
WAX: FLOWER MATE3IAI-K, M.va'dinp. T:
A l'uil Lin at
, The "La PICCADURA" or 'BOSS" 5 ct. Cigar ,
i This in the Oriiriial nnd Truo Hoab" Cli.tr
BARCLAY BROTHERb, SOLK AGENTS.
' Golden Lion and other Fine Colognes,
. AT BARCLAY PROTIIfcRS.
Choice Perfumery, lmpor. cd and American
! iu largo variety nt BARCLAY BROTHERS,
i A Full T.mn of T'nJ 1 nt n n -
Choip at BARCLAY BROS.
For Plain and Fancy Writing Papers,
I T7fit. T-.etr.or. FocIbcht) mid L' C.il C.,n
t Lov' i''Ut8 Ht BAKCLCY Wj,b""'" Avemo ator.,: -
! Waukesha, Bethesda, Blue Lick and Saratoga
Miuetal Wi-.-tu, at BARCLAY UPOlULns Ohio Levee.
Cheap at BARCLAY BR03,
J.ithtv Cloro Be auio to tall exmiii9 una p. foe lie for o you Buy.
White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Varnishes all colors, and Palnte-is iliterialti, at
BARCLAY1 BROS., DruKists.
7-1 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
A Larger S ock and Lower Prices
Than ever for CASH.
I 1 omi Fi.'l rents to 1 neptv-iive tl,::n.
Mil line of l.itH 4y!o e.irsU anj Ini-Ureut
l,r prices limn ever la fine- oilered III
1 ,.' i 'i. did btraWaiuudeovcr or uLeu
iu e. uuiige for i,i w ;ood.
A full s.iM-k of La-ii i Woolen unl l otion
RIBBONS AND LACES
J t vi'lier-, I lovtrrn etc , of every xaruty aud
j at uiii'ncei
My kt..,k .u,t iei,i out.uh.n will
i m enntuiut i, iatln liaiKiun.s liiiui ever nth let!
wi'ii iuicA. c. ai'i.c...v
0-CALLAiIAN & 11ALL.
Hoofing and Quttorii!? a Epccia Ity
Slate Roofiing a Specially in
any part of Southern Illinois. .
-Lightning Bods, I'umpa, Btovos
and Tiowaro. .
Jssblag Promptly Dons.
and Malaria Kin?,
Safe Guard," at BARCLAY
old, DraiLcsi, Sic , &c.
Ilnvr-lerm. TnV t .....n a.. u
ffi991'"'' 'M, '"" ''' ,,v , v' r" a?,-n
ww vti y luoiith in t If li'iiine. i
fiiinish, hut those iinl,iif t i work ran a tail
en in a iluen tlollurs a 'lay ridht In their own lo
ealitivs. Have no room lo explain here, Umi -nes.s
p!eas!int and honorahle, Women. t'y
an t iinla il.. as well a. men. We will llnuia h
J olt a e.nuplete out lit ir.-e. The business p.x va
better than anymin else. We Kill bear -t4-i.-eol
si irlinif you. I'artieular fite. W rite
and-ee, Kiirmers ami met-hauira, their sona
ami iliiiiKhiera, ami all rht-se. in need of payinc
work ut home, should write to ua and learn all
ii U mi the work at once. Now i the tiaio,
lh n t'l, la, Addrt 1 HI I k Co., Auual,
City C:::,::;!:! thj
fet. Louis, Mo.
TH0S. A. KICE, A. M. 1. 1. B .)
JAS. KICE, A M., V rrinelptili
J. II. HUKW00D, J
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP, $81 00
M isT Complete. Thornuirh nn I'ilo:!c 1
course of rimlv in the I'niusl Matee-a
coin uitii.-iieiivihle to every youiuf muu m-hail-iim
n the sea o l.fe.
For Illnitrated Citsular,
Ad lre.i ,
THO. A. UCT., A. M..I. I I'
en-tll'iliy . i'layijs' " '
4fek dBBklSBS at flaw wamrtaa aelee r.er
U? aliesa Auar a. Drill. aiOA a mouiir
fiTlaBt J railto ..l AasaiU. i.(rr hwfc
rMW ttee. .'Ui A'i;' i-e., L. uls, Mi