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CYRUS S. OBERLY, Editor.
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lurvr nl . printing C!t;iT.li-h:i i.t i
the 1'.-t i-VH)iiit"l "lie in "illiirn Illi
nois aii'l Is iiKiiiy-in:lii.s ! i n.
.vy oik1 Im wilw U nf.i." i:i Hi''
hti!ilif will tin I llii" t' Ix" :m v'.''' rt
Iu-fiire at tl Hi M tin 'tll.v. vt Mr.
K. A. Burnett.
tM. .'I'iiv II. iu i.t v,
nt(.i it :
Tlic iiw Iruui I.oiii-iiiiiAi? of iln innfl
astounding tlcscriptiuti. Tin-re ran be no
doubt tlut Got. Krll . ink-nil- to use tlx?
cunvHSJ'iiieb'JarJ ot thnt prvliK-- to elect
Jot. Hayes to tin.- iii--i'I-.in"y. In tiiii
fuot we observe a ureal- I.iii?'r of a ii il
wnr. I liri'Hts an; nlp-wly U iug ionic -f
an apiHjul to iirm t ilcci'lr tlic r-iikt.
iYc sincerely hope thnt thec threat? way
not be carried into net. As ;i I'l-niojint
coiinJt I Mitmiissioii. If we are rlit-iitci'i
let u appeal to (he people at tlie ballot
box. . They will, w b.ive eoiiiiJcnee,
llnally respond in a in inuer .r;i.tii" Uv to
all patriots. Heaven preserve us from
the dangers of civil war from a Mexican
conflict over a disputed election, Mib-
miasioii to tli! military despotism that has
controlled the elections in South Carolina
and Florida, and that now propose to
oountout the Democrats, in Louisiana. U a
i.lk;tios rii.tt n.
We believe that, in the counties of Al
exander, Pulakl and M isae, ot least
three hundred lll ifnl vote were polled
by the Republicans, and wc insist that an
investigation of the registry li-ts shall be
at once entered upon. Jf.au we believe,
tUU number, or evn a much smaller
uuinber, of illpg:d Ilepubliiu vote was
polled on the 7th inst., the fai t might to
tie proved, and the oft'ondTS njninst the
ballot ought to be n ut to the peniten
tiary. It has bi'Onine I lie habit ol certain
Itfpublican li-adi-rs in tliis part of the
-fate to induce olorel men, who
have no rlht to vote in Illinois,
to do no to swear their vote, into the
boxep, and to tlm- r.-nder tin tiw-lws
liabb,' to crimln.il prosecution. R.it here
tofore the iciiioenfs have patiently cn
himl outrages if thii kind, l in y have
denounced Hum, .nil thui have nih
Ulel. They have permitted illegal
totinjr to become a pa-timc in Alexander
ounfy. if not ii ton other counties we
have ineiitioued. Thi we ay Ui the
-Uaioe tA the !niwr-r,s ot our ronnty
to M ' I Dio'rar ' io s el.- th
pp'Stiit opportunity t-i nuke
Jt.Vgal u.I-jj iu Alexander county
a daiiifi-rous pas;ime. VY know litiu-:.-a
ti mho w. ill liti-ri!iy nn'rihiite
m i'ley t f ur.-nil invei-tiriiifiii ot the
ri iVy lists ! thi eun:y, and we en-tn-at
theDemoer.iiie euuuty coiuuiitb-e (o
t-ikeholdof thi- uutt'T without delay.
It will not do to put it oil" uutil it be
e'i'.nei colJ. .Von i-ihj time, for action.
'iUiout delay the 1M ( r,Sflt'rI vo
'r MjouIJ be t iuiiin '1, juid t j 111111
u!r oteil illegally eliould Ix' arn ?ted.
HIIBHIMi fOL4KM lltniH KAI . j
Tle. colored Republicans ot the ftonih
.oiitinue at their murderous work of
)it.bin; an I kUIing colored LietQo rats,
jiii'l not a Itadicul roisc li raied in dc
i.uneiation of oflenscs of this kin J. I n-'t-
d we have r-as(,ii (y b.-ieve that not a
lew white Usdickli of ibj North approve
intimidation ot tbi k'm l, nr.J rub their
band with pleantirv wh ii;ver they b-arn
that aao'.her mob ot wdoreU IUdicals at
the South has kiil l anotUr colored
U-tuocrmt. From every purt ot the
uth tlu; uc cotnet that the colored
t eruocr,. ai e t.in i-ei secutel by col
ltd Republicans. )u the Olh in.t.. the
:iew reached Richmond, Virginia, that
iov. Have had been elected t rtid nt.
Thi uewk the colcicd ltepubliema of
tnat city cinstruel into a license to
do lwle acu, and a 1110b
ot thein assenil' ;1 in lite dreet, armed
with club and pUtoli. The mobbing ne
aroe began U threaten the whites ; but,
lihally, upon persuasion, they dipered
Alter a few hours they aahi assembled
and attacked the bou-e ol the Rev. Mr
Iiungee, a colored advocate of Mr. Til
deu. The mob atoned the house, and
dror Mrs. Dundee mid her children to
eek shelter in the re-Id. m c of a w hite
neighbor. Mr. D-un-jee. wa not ui home,
or else he would have bee'i killed. Sub
cpiently he had to return to hU family
under the protection of a police guard,
and up to the 10th inst. his house had to
le protected by the police loree ol the city.
't'hi is not atl Isolated case. Kuch lii
Unce ol violence on the part of colored
Republicans are numerous. Wc, who
have stood even in tlj lace of the abuse
of nero-hallni' I mocruts, defcuding
the Radical neroi s In their right to vote
u. they pkaae, now insist that the col
ored Democrats ol the South shall be
protected In their rlht to vote as they
plesse, without uiiy one to molest them
or make them afraid. We in,ist uiU,
ibis rule shall prevail iu Caypt, and that
the white Republicans, who pretend to
have so much love lor the tu-jcro, shall
tot eouflu their solicitude to the lb-pub.
llemi colored men, but alo reach out
their protecting arm over the pw-4-cnied
'I fi uis Las a majority . a the votes
east by th people even If nil ilu.- otee In
Loullan aie tourited for Hayes by the
Badleal T veals 4 that cppie-tnl provide.
TvnnnH nt N irioMBoNi who
ami: hi ri ui.h m
Ott ibi Republican politician: ot thi
city, w hite and blars, arc, af this mo
mi nt, very i!il itriou!yih iioiineintr the
Hiilliday IlioHu r. becaiiM'. a I'jeveer.
tdin Republican politicians aM-r1, the
Ilaliid i.v Rroiln i s have disehared cer
tain "I their ui'kiIoyes nntaly their
TTliHer. A'l l!:i-tii.,c:lll'"! they, the said
iiiiplio s. 1I1 1 ii"t vot'- the Democratic
ti..k I la-t I'm nl iy. 1 Io mm - i taiii Reptib
Jio.t:i politicians sb'jiiM be mho they sire
ritflit before tle.v 'o ahc.id with this
kind d itbiise; and they rhould not, as
tla v have an atljc'.iou for thf Radicals
who wotk for the Halliday Ciolhers and
are Voted by the certain Radical
politicians, raise a l.ilse issue niih the
Halliday Brothers. They, t !- rer
Li in R1die.1l politicians do nt tell
the truth when they make tho charge
thvy have made ngaiust the Halliday
Brotle rs. The miller, Adams, w ho Is
now- the object of the solicitude ol the
certain lb-publican politicians, voted fnr
Gov. Tildeii voted for him "like .1 little
man." a the bad boys would express it ;
and the certain Kepublirjn politicians
should not forget to remember that the
Halliday Brothers, nil ol whom are
Democrats, employ, here and in Terry
count) . about tliive hundicvl men. two-
thirds of whom are Republicans. Do the
certain Republican politicians, w ho vote
the Hallidav Brothers employes, under
the noses ol the Halliday Brothers, and
then chuckle over their suiartnc-s.wish to
with tlm Halliday '
m ike apolitical issue
Brothers? No ; we hope not. It would
not be wise. Such an Issue tniht give to
this congressional district a few hundred
Democratic voters, and deprive the cer
tain Republican politicians of very valu
able political merchandize merchan
dise lb" certain Republican politicians
use to good advantage in every political
The fact is, and certainly the certain
Republican politicians now abusing the
Halliday Brothers know it. that the Dem
ocrats of Cairo have not been the intol
erant men they are now represented
to he. In Cairo there are about
seven hundred and tllty Republicans.
About two hundred of these are white
men. All the rest are colored men.
Two-thirds ol these colored im n arc em
ployed by Democrats, ami receive from
Democrats nothing but kind tn atiif Dt.
If the churches or charitable ocietic of
the; colored Isolde of this community
ar! in needol encouragement, the Demo
crats have more literal hands in extenil
injr encouragement to them than the Re
publican'. In met. in every way. the
Democrats of Cairo have exhibited to
wards their colored tellow-citiz'Mis a
friendly spirit, it U therefore. In onr
belief, a very mean act on the part of the
certain Repnblie.au politicians we have re
feired to, to attempt to rnis a false !
ime and prejudice Cue colored men
agaliint their beef triend. who are the
Demo ft'fs ef Cairo.
Tlir ii;mm;ka is am iiik 01.
The colored people have been taught
to tielieve that under "Di-motratic rule''
thej w in oe ' rcuiieed f o -lavery again.
I veil Gov. Hayes, th- lat- eandid.ite ol
the l'f -publican party l"r Hn- re:cn--y.
- i 1 j .
i;i a speech giving up 'he coot'-st, said
that the country would not be injured by
Dotnoirati'- success, hut that l.is heart
tde-1 lor the poor eoloied man! Never
was there a baser hypo'-riic or a greater
fool that Gov. Hiye's. He ither dots
cot believe his w ords of alarm, or else be
is Ignorant of tii- disposition of the
Democratic party towards the colored
people of the coiritry. This will le ap-
parent upon a perusal ol the admirable
speech made by Gov. He:idri S- aL lu
di mapolis last Tlmr-lay iilgbt. We
publish the sji-f-h in another column,
and i:i an csiH-cial manner invite to it
the attention of the white aod colored j
Republicans of Egypt.
Very forcibly Gov. Hendricks says:
"The constitution of the United states
has made the colored man a voter, and he
owes his vote to the country and not to
a party;" and then he guts on to call to
the attention of ttie people certain facts
which will be news to white Republi
cans, who are too prejudiced to read
anything but Republican partisan jour-
Hals, and to colored Republicans, who
draw all their political information from
the prejudiced fountain ol the laUifylng
mouths ol the white politicians w u-s
them. Take lor instance this fact. Since
Alabama became a Democratic stale a
new constitution hai been made by the
Democrats. la that constitution there is
a provision that declare that the qualifi
cation of the voter in Alabama shall
never be made to rest either on prop
erty or a grade of informa
tion. If the lcmocrats bad wUhed
to distranchise the negroes thev
could have doue so in Alabama by mak
ing a constitution like that of Massachu
setts In w hich the learning quahllcation
is lound, or by establishing a property
qualification. Take again this additional
fact. In Georgia, the Democrats have
enacted a law giving the laborer a lieu
for bis w ages on all the prope rty of his
employer, subject only to the paramount
lien ol the taxes. This law is c-pecially
in tbe Interct-t of the colored meu ol
Georgia who constitute the great mass of
the labor rs of that state. Labor, white
or black, has not meh protection iu any
ol the Republican states of the North.
We hope our Democratic Iriends will
call these lacts to the attention of their
Radical neighbors, and especially to the
attention of tho colored meu iu tticir
ueighboi hood, who have been led to be
lieve by lying rascals that the Democrals
In their success, will not hesitate to tram
ple upon the rights ol tho colored race.
i.onaiavi Kiuiu.tL Htwc.ti.irr.
The Democrats have but little chance
to obtain fair count m Louisiana. In
that mod miserable state a rascally ring
14 Radical oHlcc-toldcr. has tie election
machinery iu iu Iniquitous grasp, .j wiu
hesitate at nothing m secure the sucee,
itt its candidate.. Tour yers ago Hie
rascals of the rin pit, I Kell.g u, the
ollli.e ol the governor by Inducing H j
drunken f Tutted JHatea J.tdf : to l-ite ati
illegal order, mid .secured control of the
housT$r.t U111 Wislaiuie by other illegal
act;. V Republican coiigrvi udmltteil
these charges to be true cmite.-ei1
that the Radicals of I-omiain were ra.
cats of the m aiicst kind, and that tliej
Radical pJity d lbrl Vnii:i wire,
responsible for llio gio-s outrages;
they had committed upon Ihclib'-ity t
"Ii-ecluind the purity of the ballot.
During the four an lint hav inter
veucd since 172 the Republicans of
Louisiana have not letonned Iheuisclvcs.
They are iu this year of gran- lstl the
same polUical villains tin y wrc inJlSTJ.
Kellojg leala them still, aiol with Pack
ard and Casey, m .ke ipa trio of lu
hpiliy that throws m'.o thrhliadeull the
rascalities of the other ring's ol transcen
dent rac lis that disgrace the Republican
party in the eyes ol the world. The
knowledge ol these facts leads us to
believi! that the Democratic m.-ijoti-y for
Tlldcn in LouNiauH will be wiped
out by Hidical rascality. ;i Wednes
day, the day alter the e lection, (i jv. Kel
logg said, after he had heard the new s ol
the triumph ol the Democratic iarty in
the state, that the vote of tlio parishes of
Ouachita, East Baton Rouge. Claiborne,
Morehouse and Kat Felicians. which
gave, the Democrat ,") J nialority.
ought to be thrown out, and now tin
news comes that the returns from the state
have been taken on board a govern-
m( nt monilor, where they are being cau-
vase(t oy Kill Jgg ami ms iiiiscrupuioos
In this way the Republicans propose
to carry Louisiana : and even decent
Republicans iu the Noitli wul throw up
their bats in honor of this crime against
the ballot. But let us have patience.
The mills ol the go.ls grind slow, but
they grind exceeding small, and in good
time the Radical party.with till !titiMii
ties, will be ground to pow der by an in
dignant people. The goo-! that it has
done will live after it ; the t will !e, in
terred with its ust.
n.tRizEi-L r.i.K.e ri.i r
We oonvey to our rciders the gratify
ing inl'-lligeiice that the Hon. William
Hartzell has been elected to congress.
The majority is small, but it is sullioient.
The following table contains the olliiial
vole of each county.excepting ti e voteof
Pope which is estimated :
II lUiKI.I. -4 1 H TIK:-.
I 'nion -..
ci : . if. ,.1.11., . ,:. rlo-. r 1o
lhu '4IMS H.'ltt.vU a majority d Idlie
A11.nK.111 is the f-s: runner in Hli-
I liOis. With lint one riaiier in thf ditrlet
. - -i
for him. and with all the -'good men" of
the party opposed to him. he M-citrr-d his
j own election hy a. tremendous- majority.
1 The "namby-pambies," the "rose leal
poiili'-i'ins." spoken i.i hy ohcrly in his
letter to Col. Towiies. hrokc Obeih's
nose with tin ,r IitMc pete ions against A!-
j 1. right and then ot.-d lor him. ;.v
1 "liambv-lia'liljies." wltue wi.e lollftw.
1 j(1 ar, ;
1 . .
Wui.x Vi ;kers, the Kentucky Radical,
shot (.himpion Lewi-, lb Kentucky ne
gro, a'.t tin; Radical if Cairo -aid:
"There, we told you co. The Democrats
hive suet-coded, and th'-y are already
killing negroe.' When it transpired
that Vickers, the iiegro-killtr.was a Rad
cal, the Radicals of Cairo said: vWell.
lie w as provoked to do it, and you Dem
ocrats want to persecute him because he
is a loyal man.' How beautiful Is con
sistency. Tin: lLidical rejoicing over the tletion
ot Wiley was, it seems, premature. The
official figures will elect Hart el I, and. if
they did not, a contest would oust Wiley
from his wat. At lea.-t three hundred il-l.-gal
votes wire cut lor the "larmer of
Tui. bloody shirt has been folded and
laid away with the conquered banner of
South. Tho people aid to the bloody
shirtlats, "pull down your shirt." and
they pulled it down.
Tlldeu'a McuivHMBt Talk N-itlklr-I
b ..lur. ii mhii oiv r.i t,mfn tm
On the evening of the Uih iuet., Gov.
T. A. Hendricks was serenaded at ludiau
apolls, the uew of Democralie success In
the national contest, inducing the serena
ders to pay their respects to the vice
president elect. Addressing them he
spoke as follows :
"My irixow-eiiitNKl Um not well
enough to-night to make a speech. The
work of the campaign, In which 1 have
taken quite a part, has fatigued me, and 1
haven't been able to be out to day, but I
guess I shall get well now cheers. I
believe that the result will juetity you iu
the expectations which have brought you
together this evening, 'lhe dispatches
are not uniform, but It will app.-ar that
the Democratic ticket B elected. The re.
Milt in this stales is very gratityiug.
1 haven't caiolully examined the returns.
Rut the W, of this city, of to-day,
place's tho Democratic majority iroia
twelve lotittccn thousand cheers, which
is a very great gain. I eupposo that in
tho country Governor Tlldcn has
received the largest popular vote ever giv
en to a candidate. Great cheers. This
great popular expression it In u
vor -of th principles which we supported,
and the purposes that we declared. We
lue couteuded lor better government,
lor cheaper government, and for a mil
yersal fraternity nmonir the people of the
I nited states. 1 believe that this uu
rhaiic expte.sioii of the public will must
t heard and heeded by conyris, and by
ihiule 1 iiniv v thai
1 kuow 11 Will be
healed iloul e xiei.taiioiis arc ruiiuud lu
the election (t Mr. Tlldcn.' iiw eJaluiS
ot thf Republican to i owner.diip ol the
vote tit the solilu rs uai come 10 1111 cnu.
That was ettl d in the great meeting of
soldiers ami eiti' 11s on the Tilli ol Ucto.
her loud applni-cl, iu which more sold
iers pu tieipiitid than iu any other polili-,
cal meeting ev r ln-hl in the state. I hey
then gave all neu to know that they
would vote as they had shot, I u u re
stoieil Pniiin and Hie rights id t e sec
tions. Bv this content also another iin p
oslttuii is established. The Republican
party Is not tli-j only trteiidand protector
ol I lie colored peoi 1c id the South. It we
liava carried S.utli Carollnii.it Is by the
aid 1 f the colon d votes, as wns the ease
in Mississippi one year ago. Tho aucecss
e.t the liemocratie party will poon inspire
such eonthleticc in that vote that It will
bo divided b twceii the p:irtie; ti judg
ment and conscience, like the otlo r vote
ol the country.
To illustrate the polltic.il condition of
tho South he lead tin; Rev. H. It Revel s
letter to President Grant in November,
1S-75. and said : My lellow-oitizeus what
Mr. Revels says of Mississippi, is appli
cable to the "other s-ontlieiu states.
Cheers. , , ,
When the rule of the class which ho
denominated demagogues shall come to
an end. the trouble Ix-twcen the races
w ill cca-.e.
In the stales ot the south where the
Democratic party is dominant there Is
no t trite nor bloodshed between the races
no more than iu the city ot Indianapolis.
It in this election the Democrats have in
deed carried South Carolina and Louisi
ana. I believe, the trouble bewecn the
races will wholly disappear from the
laud. Great cheering. The constitu
tion of the I nited .States has made tin:
colored man a voter, and he owes his
vote to the countiy, and not to a party.
Continued cheering. To show you
that the colored man Is sale umli r the
Democratic party ot the south, 1 will re
lerjoutotlie.se facts: That Alabama,
in amending h r constitution, went lui
ther thsn the constitution of the I'nited
States required, in this, that she provided
that no ipiallficatiou ol the voter should
ever be made to rest on prott rty or a
gride of int licence. Otherwise she
might have excluded a large portion of
our e-oloied people from the ballot
by one or both of these ijualillntion.
In that state, as I understand, and also in
Georgia, the v have provided a lieu i:i
favor of the laborer for his wages, on all
the property ot the employer. ubjeoi
onlv to the paramount lien ot the taxes,
f 11 those state the great body ol the la
borers is colored. This extraordinary
provision is for their cstieetal benefit. I
am not aware that labor is thus protected
iu any northern st-.ie--. It i; the inN-ion
of the Democratic party to make equal
and iu-t law to protect labor and the
just rights of all el iss. s. Cheer-. In
the election i t Gov. TiMi-n I hope for
better days. And better. I look lor th"
supremacy of the law everywhere, when
peace shall sopn va'd that there shall not be
even the pn teiie of sending an army into
any state. What a shame that the bay
onets are now se-nt into South Carolina,
not really to preserve the pe.e-r-, hn' o
earrv the election.
THE VERY LATEST.
With a Fair Count Tilden Will be
Florida, South Carolina and Lou
isiana all Give Dsni3cratic
i I'" 't'llesli Throien In llirow
( 01, , nK, li Ur-
j The following dispat'-h was received
j bv Mr. 1 . W. Halliday, el. lirman o: the
J county central eoi.imit'ee. yesterday:
Cnu Ai,d, l:js.. SY. II. 1 p.m. T.
i Y. II ai.liii.o : There i- seiireely a
j doubt that TiM'.n i- elw.-'ed, Di--
ftitehes reeeivd fi-dav give ns Loni-i-
p.na hy ,.00,1, .-mi s.,,,,.), mrolina by
1,.Vi.'i majority. R. 1;. (jonto i.i .
if!;. Or A- ial--l 'r"-t )
A 1 i.i si i, ea., Nov. ll,0::H p.m. The
late-s' Irani South Carolina giv-s that
state-to the Democrats by l.iV.si majority;
but the Republicans claim the state, as
serting that the upper counties will be
thrown out on account of fraud-.
Returns from thirty-one count'" in
Florida, official and estimated, give the
state to the Domicrats by l.'JOO to 1,.VX
majority. The counties yr t hear lioin
are all Deuioentj,..,
New Vokk, Nov. 11. W. 11. Robert',
assistant editor of the New Orleans Tlv,,,
telegraphs here under dato ot the 10th
that 51 parishes give Democratic major
ity ot :I,1J". Other Democratic parishes
are yet to hear Iroui.
Grout 10 Miernian.
pHii.At.hi.Hiu. Pa., Nov. 10. The fol
lowing aro copies r telegrams nnt at
about uoon ti-day by President Grant :
IO GI N. SHI IIMAN.
PniLAni.i.i-mA, Nov. 10. (Jen. W. T.
.Sherman, Washington, D. C.: Instruct
Gen. Augur iu Louii-iana and Gen.
Ruger in Florida to be vigilant with the
forces at their command to preserve
peace and good order, und to see that
the proper and legal boards of canvassers
are unmolested in the performance of
their duties. Should there be any
grounds ol suspicion ot a fratmdulent
count on either lde, it should be reported
and denoun je-d at once. No nmu worthv
of the ofileo of president should be willing
to It If counted iu or placed there liy
lraud. Liiher party can afford to be dis
appointed in tho result; the country ran
notatlorJto have the result tainted by
suspicion of ill.gal or false returns.
(Signed) r, S. Grant.
Gen. Mikbmav, Washington: frond
all the troops to Gen. Augar he may
deem necessary to iusuro entire quiet
and a peaceably count of tlie ballots ac
tually cast. They may be taken from
boulli Carolina, unlcs there Is reason to
suipect an outbreak there. Tho pres.
e-nce ol citizen from other states, l Uii
derstand, is ruliustcd in LouLdaua. to
see tliat the board ot cauvaers make a
lair count ot tin vote actually eaa. It I.
to be hoped that the reprcsentaUvvs and
lair men of both parties will go.
Mil I. Mi X ACTS.
4iiuvr,To.v, Novtmbir 10.-Gen.
Mieruian has acted upon the telegram re
ceived Ironi tho president, and has re
ceiyed word trom Gen. Augur that he
narj ordered nine companies to Florid 1,
and would order live more and go in per
t?" '' "ion, leaving Col. Hunt, of the
otnartiU-ry, In commaud in South t sro-
a." ;t,ui"iiiani of artiilerv will be a
part of the h oop ,nt from South cro
Niw Oht.KA.vs, Nov. 10. a p. m.-'l ho
Democrats, with retuinslroruall six par
Ulic, claim a maiorily of J.fiOO. The
othiT psrl-he gNVe a Demoerutle major.
" in is. 4 of t,u.r i,t)oJ. Three out ol
the executive el whaitver
live congre-Miieii are rlnimed : one donbl
uVi.w V'iRk.Nov. 10.-. ll.n following
dispatch ban bi rii sent to (iovs. Inger
soil, Hubbard, Robinson, Li lle, Cm lin
Palmer, McCi-ety, Ciirtoll mid others;
also, to Senator-" I hiirman, H.iyaud. Ran
dolph, McDonald. K 1 nan and othi r .en
atoi's, and to h adiog juiliiic en ii in tin
noi'lheru slate, Ke(iuliiicioi nd Dcino
era' J :
I ho iiiz -ns ol New iirl o iir.eiiMy
I-,iii s-t that a di legation el pmminciit
gentlclji' li eouii' there 1 t oiiee I i-nlin.e
pcHco and .1 fair and boot -I u- urn. You
are earnestly reqiies'.t.. to i i,lt,- of tin
orliltcell t i ntli ll.eli, n', widely known,
toinctt at L'Uii llle. ..ill llou-e, Satin
day eciiiig, laiceidiiig dm.cily south,
or ll'ini'iv eoiivi.iili-iif, met-tiii j at tin' St
Clmrle bot'l. New Orleans. Monday
morning. Your prompt acceptance by
telcgrapii is rcqieste-l. This cmergeney
appeals to your patiioti-10.
Signed. j Aiit.-aM s. Mmvi rT.
tiOINli ro KV oitt.l AN'S.
N;:w Yitk. Ne v., Id. The following
have signified, by telegraph, their inten
tion ol starting at once for New Oilcan
in response to the call ot the Dcrnoersitie
national commit ttc : Hon. l.vin.in Trum
bull of Illinois. ex-lii!li d States si uator :
Hon. .1. M. Palmer of Iliinoi, ; e-(jov-ernor
lion. A. G. Cuitin, Pa.; e-x-Si-na-
tor Hamilton. Md.; Hon. S. P. Poolittle,
Wis.; ev-Senatfir e-x-Li'-ut. Gov. al-
bangh, lib: .fudge .1. 15. S'allo, Ohio;
Hon. Oswald Olternlorior. N. Y.; Henry
W atti fsoii. Ky .; lbei. T. 1'. Randolph.
N. .1.; Hon. G". P.. Siuitb. Wis.; Fa-;ov.
lion. c. Carroll. M l.; Kx-Gov. Righ.-r.
Pa.; Hon. G. Y. Fox-, c-Asi-t.iiit u
rctay of the navy; lion. Smiiii; 1 .1.
Randall. Pa.: l'rof. Sumner. Yale Col
lege; II on. II. D. -M Kenny. Ky.
iMltn i i 10 nr. im. 111:.
Pim.Ai'M .run. P.. Nov. 10. In tic
eordance with therrouest of Gov. Kel
logg, o! Louisiana, that pioU'i'K nt . iw:i
should go fioin the North to inpeet th"
counting of votes in that strife, the presie
dent has invited the following gentlemen
to proceed to New Orleans for such pur
pose: lion. W. D. Kellev. f f Pelllisj Ivri
hla : Gen. .1. A. OartieM. ol Ohiu ; lion.
.1. A. Ka-son. ot Iowa ; .lohn S. Scbon
berg. tf Peiit)s lvr.n:a, and Gen. .1. A.
Logan, of Illinois. It is understood that
most of these n.tlemr-n have aee-epted.
and will rericb New Oile;v within n few
A DASTARDLY PLOT.
Burglars Endeavor io Steal the
Remains of Abraham Lincoln.
Uif owreal nml I'res enlnl.
iiivm li.rt-ti lo .louniulul cut.e-tt )
Ada taldiy otltl :ta! ealue in ar being
pi lfietrate'l last evening, and but for the
prwuiptiic-s ijt Mr. J. ej. J'wer, cn-to-itian
et tlu Llie- d :i loouiuciii atOat,
Ridge, tho n -mains of the m.,riyr I'ii-m-d'
h. would not be in the s.u cptiagus
thi morning. It m cuis ihat Mr. Pow, r
U'came convinced Kouielimc 110 that
thieve h.id de-igns eiilu r 011 inruiorial
hi. 11 or tho Cat icoiiib. :it:d ll- eomtli'ini-cat-.'d
bis suspicions lo L'.-onard s.vett
Mid Robert I.Ml'-olo. f-f I "hieago. '1 hey
could hardly ri-ii -ve it po.-.-ibb-thai theie
was a ,!nu::u being so eUgi..u(d 11 n lo
think ot disturbing the remains. How
1 vcr, tbt-y felt, lieiu the sincerity ol lr.
Powir that sooiiihiiig would h.-ipM-ii.
that Lis iidu.oiiilioo s iht In hec-d'-d.
Deteclivc Tyrnd, ol the United States
secret K-i vie", w h oc lieselqu-irtci-s arc in
C lilcag". Iiiippeiilni; to have bu-iness in
.-pringli'-ld. Mr. Power sought him onr,
under t l-'gr.-ij hi'.- ius'iuetious from Mr.
RoU'i t Lincoln, and requested ii- xa it-
.j.-.. '. - -. i-l ,,,, J.iulv
mg partes lor three il'tv-.nu: .-aw nothing
s.u-pieious in their a.-;ioii.-. Thi, aio-r-uooii
Mr. Power came into the eiiv in a
hurrv. lound Mr. Tyi rell and t ,.k him
C.Vo iiai'i-looking li How s had been at the
eeineti iy looking :iroini. l yrn II junipi-d
tO t flC C011e,i,n I, -it lleioii.n l.i.rlit ......
t .iu't the time t-T s;i. au liud'-rt iking, if
ill Wa to be mad", sii-co 1 r- 7, I v
would be ifiiere-r, .) and -ib-i.iVd ",r, Mie
returns. j.t.t eiu,:iig. train fronj
hi'-ago brought KSmer Waddntru au-l
MUOtller detective, tl;" r-rh;ij' (ll
.secret ser i-1 having eo.,,. i'o-.m, ft tin
request of Mr. Swe'r and Mr. Kob.it
Lincoln, to nid Tyrrell, sh. -r ' I y a lit r six
o'clock th" r.ihVcrs with two tru-ty men
h it tli - ci' v and went, out to the ceme
tery. Concealing u,, luM-iyes j,, .Memo
rial Da!!. they awaited develop
ments. About ti;:w a noi- was
heard in the tomb, nnd a liu!" later,
when saiislie 1 that the robbers wef.- in
side, they salliid -ur. to Ciiptuie thou.
1,'nlorluiiatt ly, jut m they wrre turning
the left corner, 0110 of the men ac-idi nt
ally exploded his revolver, i in- must
have frightened the thievv.-, for when tinj
detectives got to the dour 01 Iheei'Mcomh
they were gone. The evidences of il.i ir
visit, however, were there. The lids bad
been pried oil the sarcophagus, and the
oak- casket pulled out about a loot. Voir
little (.amage w as done fo eilhr 1 notliifig
boyond clipping tin- marble some. On
the floor were an axe. n e!il.. !md a pair
of nippers. Thf. lock ()U uie .rated door
had ix-en hied oft. hence the vandals
must have taken the balance of their bur
glarioiis instruments with th rn.
Wa-hburn Mid Tvrn 1 wci '- vi ry mm h
II..,. .1 . . .1 i ....
u..-.iii..iiio-o ai mcir eseaiif', our tiuni, a
little time will bring tbeni to the suilaee
and to punishment.
l .k nt nt Itlwa.r.. v :th k.int!
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lai ul curr. 'J r. m. (m A j ,.,
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An r.'u'.tra'i-'l VorV T
'I tiw liini.l i..li,..r.
of the vxuil kv.uiii, iu fttiuv .
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.r.i,., i.aj j,, ii, um murru a n .llun. llm tru.4i-,
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l .l4u.u. ii.l,rii,alii.K, i,i, li i,ono can ltinl lo be villi.
OUi ua !... W.r wvelhli. ill, i.4 toli.plo,iii
flielo fJ..l ill. hi tin- rili.icMiulyuili IUIk-:.I
only init .Mrr, ,:r nUil in lu ,jn.. llfiu jMDl
ff Mill, lue auilior 11-i.y j oiumiii1 Mrauiialiy orliy
nmil ul. i lliv .if I'ic.nl.i... Ia iiM-miuunl In kin urk Aum
rnlult- of John Uriiw ii, itiv-a.-,i il.
Th: unitt-r-ivnvil. Imviim iil'imintnl ii'l-
inliuliBlorot llit e(.nei J.ihu l.iuwii. lulu of
tli county or Ali-xaiid.-r and M:ii. f iilinoU,
llucuilkl-.l, hi-Kby du liolici- Unit he M ill ui
at Ufnir tlm i-ounlv court of AUan.lui
oomtly, at tin: i-oiirt hoiui- in Cairo, at the Lic-otlubi-r
Urm, on the ililnl Moiutuy iu 1'rci.iii-l--nut,
ul ivhii-li time all rnr-on-. hav reclaims
u';iiu.-,t uul ttatu art- noliiif.1 mi l rc.Ui'tl. to
utt'Oil for the iiiiji(jm! ol hHVinK the uiiiu ail
ju.iUil. All it'i sop in, hO, in) to buI'I i:.ln!e am
e.iiett J iu make UuiiinlialK iiayiui-ut lo tin- im-
l'ut'-l II, ie i-lh il.iv ol i I brr, A. I)., '.
W 1LI.I M tUKU, Ailui r.
orin'ivr 2. ts"u, .i w-
AUuiluUlf ittrlx .No I .
lili.l of l'i-ti-r Ilowil, fUri':itfil.
the uuituiciiurit h. ,kua l u aitiiiut U
miniiiliuirix ot the tattle of l'i-ti-r liowl, lu of
Hie county i f Ali-viiiukr ami Malt of lllinou.
Uuim- hi-rt-hy Hiwit uutice Ihul hi-uo.
az lufuri- tlic euuuty ruuit of Ali-xamlir
euuuty, ut Iht lolirt lionf iu I iio, Ml Uu- le.
i-tttiU-r trmi, ou Iht thinj Monday In l)ri--i.U-i
ntl, ut w lm h lima uli jmukuu tiaxiiiu ulaim
agkliikt feuid t.,tai an noiiflnt anil rtiu-alt-.
to alttu-1 oi ilu- iiiiipoer of ImvinK (tic -uiue al
Justcl All iiun iiiililiii-it lo anil oriole hi
it.1UjiI t o nihil t Inininl.iitt iiaymi-iit 10 thi
uiiilrni.'iit'l. (It, I Una I.t iluv of Nuvi inler, A. It., In7 .
U.Jw Mil?. Il K I IK'K 1 lOW It. Aliu'i.
Two Sizes, GOe. and $1.00 Bottles, at
For the Sure
Hoi man's Fever and Ague and Liver Pad,
$2. 00 Each.
ROGERS' FEVER AND AGUE PAD, $1 Each,
Tor Sale by
A FULL LINE OF
GLOBULES AND TINCTURES,
For Familv Use, by theSinglo Vial or in complete acts. We havo
neat casea containing Eiehtcou of tho Principal Ilomoopathic Bemet
dies. Plain Directions for their use? with every case. Will b Sen
by Mail oa receipt of price, fjl 50. For sale by
SL? & jfl3L 'Mj D Qj
At Wholesale, at
I ELAINE, the "Family Safe Guard," at BAECLAY
BROTHERS, has received the Centennial
j WAX FLOWEU MATEIIIALS,
Tlie "La PICCADURA" or 'BOSS" 5 ct. Cicar ,
BARCLAY EHOTIIEliE. SOLK AOL'NTS.
Golden Lion and other Fine Colognes,
AT BARCLAY BROTHERS.
Choice Perfumery, Imported and American
iu largo variety at BARCLAY BROTHERS.
A Full Line of Toilet Soaps.
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS.
For Plain and Fancy Writing Papers,
Note. Li.tter, I'oolscai) an-l Itral Can. Envelope, Ink, Pen. Penrll. a, An
Low Pi icon at BAHCLCY'b WMaliiKton Avenue btore
Wuukesha, Bcthesda, Blue Lick and Saratoga
Kineiul WaU, at XAB.CI.AY BROTHERS, Ohio Levee.
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS,
Fifher Store. Be aure to call examine and price before you Buy.
White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Varnia'uea all colore, and Painter Material, at
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee. Cairo, 111.
X I . M
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liiftCBay-ij..ifeto8b -izag U
Elm p'C-WPV'te s 1 to
V iypAERu0UsctmoACQ ' A
ui Mm 1
Curo cf Chills, at
Mouldini; Tools, Brushcii, ic, tc.