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Oct. 20, 1S7G. Jou.v II. Oblrlt
CHEB IOH t XITFt) HTATF.1 M'.VA
The Carm! Courier nominates Hon.
John M. Cribs, of White county, tor
United States senator from Illinois in
place ol Geo. John A. Logan. We
know Crtba and admire him ; but, it a
United States senator is to be Riven to
Southern Illinois, we in this part of the
political vineyard are anxious to have
Hon. Win. J. Allen step Into Senator
Logan s shoes. But, as we read tbe re
turns, the Democrats will not have an
opportunity to elect Logan's successor.
Our opinion is, that the Republicans will,
on joint ballot, have a small majority of
tho general assembly.
r.i.ru tio FRi i i hoi r if
The honest Republicans of the northern
states will not, we firmly telieve, endorse
the rascally action of the Republican ofll
c'als of South Carolina; but honest Re
publicans too often close their ears so that
they may not hear and their yes so that
they may not see. Nevertheless, they
ear.iiot, in this supreme moment of pril
to the poac of lh r' public, relume to
both ee ar.d hr.r the truth u')'"iit the
ejection cori)ilii,'iniis at the Son.fi.
So, tbtrUore, we ask our Republican
irienJs to look at Soth r'arollna, and
liscen to tbe lMn';fiI ur w that c-n;e
from tnat lii!ractOit ttte.
I'irtt item of iw .. "Tlic returns fnn
the several counties ol th-tate, pra-:;,.-!-iy
official, pive tie? lemocraiit state
ticket 1,:H0 majority. Tildi u'i mn'ority
i .'omewk.t le-s."
Scoend item of ntw, The boanl of
".tv? 02tivaf r .ire now in -evion. u-ii',
r.lj'--d dan, and tlij rumor is that they
wUl attempt to tl.ro w out the. vote ot An
derson, Kdgclkld and Laurcn counties,
which give tho Democrat ",'W majority.
'Jf Ihe board there were prccnt the stcte
comptroller, treasurer, tecwUry
of state, a l)utatit-ener.d and
ntforncy-cciicral. I pun tin: n'les
tion of jurisdiction the attorney general
and adjutant-general, who are not candi
ilatcs lor re-election, ttood out for declar
ing the powers ot the board to be con
fined to exaiuinins and aggregating
tbe returns from tho counties, but they
were voted dow n by a majority of the
board, tcho are Candida tm f.r rt-ehclion,
an J claim the right to ht jn'trt'n of (litis
Comment Is unncccssarr.
Till: HESI I.T.
We have no doubt that the Matt ol
South Carolina, Florida and Louisiana,
in each of w hich Guv. TilJcii obtained a
majority oi me Daiiots actually cast on
the th Jnst., will be counted for Gover
nor Hayes, who w ill assume the presideu
tlal chair with a majority of a quarter of
a million of votes against him, and the
action of his paity tainted by the sus
picion of fraud.
Will 4he Democrats submit to thU?
CsrUinly. They should acquiesce in
the outrage, and appeal to the people
at tbe polls. Such an appeal would not
be in vain. In every northern state, ex
cepting Vermont, Maine aud Iowa, the
people would, responding to it. arise in
indignation aud sweep the Radical ballot
box stuffers from power. W'c kiio that
tubmUfciou, under the provocation of a
stolen victory in a presidential contest,
requires the exercise of political
heroism not often lound in po
litical orgauizations of the present day ;
but we believe the Democratic party will
not lad to exercise this heroism in the
present cruis. To do so will be political
wisdom, aud will save the country from
the curse of a Mexican contest over the
result ol an election a contest that
would eventuate in a wot dire disaster to
the republic If not in its overthrow. At
the South bayonets and Iraud arc potent;
but at the North the right to speak freely
and vote are yet unquestioned. In thlg
tact we believe lies the vindication of the
Democratic party. Submission in the
present will reult in the glory ot the
party, aud the preservation ol the re
Iv the general reoicmg3 over the
splendid Republican triumph in Illinois
ii should not I overlooked that Bin I.
Wii. y, of the airo di-trict, a plain, hon-
-H larmer, uei.ateil Unrtzell, present
'Oi.gresiiinan. and one of the niot porta
Ur yo.ii.f Itemocrats In the Eighteenth
ditrict. OA iriiif, 'J',i'-t,ir.
Iheh .tthat lien L. Wiley, fJf the
airo di-.tnet, had. l-':f-l Hartzdl, miy.
r i'h propriety, be overl toked. because it
i not a fart. The lact is, Hart .ell lias
h-lrateil Wiley by a raUl majority ; but,
if it had not beta for the outrageous ?
teiuof illegal voting of the Radical poli
ticians ol lUe di.-irkt. the larmer ol M;
Ian la would have bun l.-fi behind sevc
I al hundred vote. Under the dream,
stances ilarticlj'a ii-tory U a notable
one, and will leave the district
Or it good Iriend, Wiley, was conn s.
inau kct from this district from the
veiling of the Kb. imtil the inoriiiDg of
the 11th inst. Then he surrendered upon
u majority of from nine to liity vote lor
llartztll. Our good Iriend of Mkkauda
ha been nearer to the gloi li of the po
sition of member of eoii're-t thai he w ill
ever be again.
"A ratios, yor a t.rA3t t"-R!'
PI RLK V", VOI R ATTEM1IOS.
Ingctvdl sail it; Morton paid in
BUinr ..-iH it: Logan viid it; they all
mil n. jiuy an raid, "inn Is n
nation. nt a league.'' Then, with
car-ilisturliiiig cries, they nil nssertcd
that the ixmocrats liclicvcd and
maintained that "This Is a league and not
a nation." Impressing th'w assertion tip
on the public mind, they all declared that
the 1 Vino "rats had ait alTcction 1 v tho
doctrine ot state rights and believed that
the states were bound together by a "rope
ol sand'1 only, and that each state bad a
right to nullify the will of the whole
people by its own act. "We," on the
other band, they all shouted, "have con
fidence in the people. We maintain that
this is a government of the people by
tbe people and for the people. We hold
list to the old Jefl'ersonian doctrine of
absolute acquiescence in the will of the
majority." All of which was very well
in its way. But let us son how the Radi
cals like to be closed with their own
Mr. Tilden has obtained of the popular
vote more than a quarter of a million
majority. Wijte out state lines, take a
vote of the people, give to the Republi
cans all tho votes in Louisiana and
Florida, and Mr. Tilden will come out ot
the battle ot ballots with a majority ol
at least two hundred and fifty thousand
votes. That is tbe way the people voted
on the 7th insL, and, in the lace of this
lact, the Republicans, with their "nation,
not a league" doctrine, with their mou th
ings about the will ot the majority, are
hoping to get their minority man Into
the presidential chair by throwing out a
few votes polled in a small precinct ot a
small state! 'Now, then, the Demo
cratic ox is tfing gored by the Iemo
cratic doctrine ot state rights," do you
say ? Very well ; but now, then, the Re
publicans, for the sake ol success in an
election, are using the state rights
ox to do the goring, and are making the
strong be&t beautiful by decorating it
with showy ribtxm. ol Radical applause.
But."' yon add, "the quarter of a mil
lion majority was obtainrd by allowing
the cx-rcbels to vote, an I they have iiO
right to dictate f) the country tin v en
deavored t de-troy." Let us look at
tnisharge. The war ended eleven years
ago. rhoa-ttuds ot the old soldier of
the rebellion have died since then. The
rebel afiny wa not much over a quarter
of a million strong at the end ol the war,
and not a few ol them followed Long'trecf
and Mosby into the Republican party, j
Not more than two hundred thousand of
the soldiers ot the relttlliou voted on tiie
7th, tud they voted because the laws en
acted bv the Republican party permitted
them to vote. Do you wi-di to complain
of your own action in putting the ballot
into the hands of these incur Are
you mean enough to whimper
because, being compelled by a popular
demand, you enfranchised the late reb
els": 11 so, you are children in politics
childreu who impulsively give away
something and then weep over its loss.
Stand by your own policy like meu, and
accept with philosophy the results that
are following from it.
Bu, just for a ujouw at. h t us talk
about who voted w i;u the Rt publicans.
In the first place, you had tho national
administration with all its officers one
hundred thou-and rtroug. Each ol these
ofilcers ilrw with him on an average,
live friends or relatives to the polls. You
had with you somewhere in the neigh
borhood of half a million colored voters,
the majority of whom voted lor you
without thought, simply because they
were told to do so. Then you bad cor
rupting Influences that drew after you
thousands ol voters. In short, you voted
about two millions of voters as you
would vote the cattle you own, if your
cattle bad the right to cast the ballot.
And yet. In the lace ot all these voters
of beastly kind, Mr. Tilden received
more than a quarter of a million major
ity ot the popular vote! Whatever
therefore may be the result of tbe strug
gle over the ballots in Louisiana, Mr.
Tilden will have the right to point with
pride to the fact that he received a
large majority of all the votes cast on the
7th of November, 1876 ; and If Mr. Hayes
shall obtain the presidential chair by the
rascality ol the Radicals of Louisiana, tbe
Democrats will have good reason to say,
while they point at the minority presi
dent of the Republican party, "This i3 no
longer a government of the people by
the people and for the people ; it ia a
government of a minority of the people
controlled by federal bayonets ami dis
honesty ia the carpet-bag states of the
South. The Republicans have made it a
league with rascality instead of a nation
of honest freemen.
We give to I'resldeut Grant credit for
the best Intentions In Issuing his already
famous orders of tae 10th Inst, lie had
no doubt, we believe, that In Issuing
tnese orders he was doing a patriotic
duty ; but was he ': Let iu see.
In the orders he commands Gen, Sher
man to instruct Gen. Augur, in Louisi
ana, and Gt-n. linger, in Florida, to do
certain things altogether Inconsistent
with their duties as soldier, as follows :
First. To see that the nroncr and
legal board of canvassers are unmo
lested In the performance ot their duties.
This instruction gives to the generals
named the right to decide which board
of canvassers in each ot the tates is the
leg J board. .Suppose Gen. Augur should
decide that Ivellogg's board is not the le
gal board and that some other board is
What would U3 Republicans sty about
the dcd,lou '? They would denounce it.
very properly, as the decision ol a mil
itary usurper-as a Mtclsiou made by a
uiuu w ith iut authority and in the lace ol
the plulu provisions of an unambiguous
law. This will not be done ; aud we men
lion it simply to show how thrust ruction
of the president uiljht be abused and
what a dtugerous precedent it i.n.y e.
Hecoudly. The oidou iu-tru..t the
generals named to deuouu- e a fraudulent
couut on f itherlside, if Ihrre should be
any suspicion of such a couut.
We need not tall atteution to the great
lu'nchicf tlra generals might do by acting
under Uiis Instruction. There I- a strong
suspicion that m both Louisiana aud
Florida the Republicans will fraudulently
count the returns. If, under their in
structions. Gens, linger and Augur
should denounce the Republicans ot the
provinces over which they rc'gn,
how loud would the clamors of tbe Rc
publicans of the North become !
Thirdly. Gen. Augur is Instructed to
use all the troops he may deem necessary
to insure a peaceable count of the ballots
This Instruction gives tho general the
right to ascertain which ot the ballots
proposed to be counted w ere actually cast.
It makes him supreme judge ol the elec
tion in Louisiana, and gives to him the
right to use all the troo rs necessary to
enforce his judgment. He may act with
the greatest fairnes ; but suppose he
should not do so. what then ? Suppose he
should come to the conclusion that certain
Iemoeratie ballots not cast were actually
cat, and should order them to be counted'?
What remedy would the Republicans
have ? Would they put him out, and put
in another general who would decide that
certain Republican ballot were actually
But why pursue this diseusion ?
Every sensible citizen certainly under
stands that however honest President
Grant may be In his present action in re
gard to the contested elections of Louisi
ana and Florida, he has established a
dangerous precedent by his orders, a
precedent that may make generals of the
army the judges of futnre election and
overrule the Jefl'ersonian doctrine that
the military power ol the republic should
be kept in strict subordination to the
civil power. Gen. Grant, In an honest
endeavor to nettle the troubles in Florida
and Louisiana, has done precisely what
Napoleon III of France would have done
if he had been in Gen. Grant's plaiT and
had desired to carry the election, right r
w rong, for his party.
Both Warmoth and Pinch back ac
knowledge that the Democrats have car
ried Louisiana. "TiMeii majority, ex
rlU'Ung the live parishes to be thrown
out, will be 'ays Warmoth.
"Gov. Tilden is as god as elected. He
h i eaiicd Stuth Caroliii.i and Louisi
ana," says Piacbback. But, ncverthe-le-c.
Hie Radicals will count both South
Carolina. Louisiana and Florida a Re
publican Utts, and declare iov. Hayes
elected. Wc have no doubt this will be
the H-'i't ( the present complication-.
1 0N"i allow yourself to become excited
good Ifctmxrat. You arc to be ch atcd!
That is a plain proposition, a self-evident
one. But wait lor the advice of Gov. Til
den. One of the greatest men of the time,
be is also one of the most patriotic. At
the proper time he will speak, and speak
the words ol patriotic soberness and truth.
Be patient, and wait until you hear the
voice of Tilden.
Wilkv, Wifey, say; did you hear the
news lrom PojieV But don't mind it,
uaan ; other mtu, us good as you, have
been beaten 1t congress before and will
Tiik Ne w York Ktiald says the re
turning board of Florida is Democratic.
Wc don't believe the JhralJ.
The State Democratic, but the
Radical Canvassers Ready to
Change the Result.
Ilampicn PublUhca a ougiatntalory
C'mnLESTo.v, s. C Nov. il. The re
turns lrom the several counties, practi
cally official, give the Democratic state
ticket 1,313 majority.
Tilden s majority is somewhat less.
1UDKF.S9 UY WAbE HAMfTOX.
Wade Hampton late last night, in Col
umbia, issued the following address to
the people ol the state :
Ia offering to our people my heartfelt
congratulation and gratitude tor the
grand victory we have w on, I venture to
bee them to prove themselves worthy of
it by a continued observance of good or
der and a rigid preservation ol teaee
Let ns show that we seek only the re
storation of good government and re
turn ol prosperty and the establishment
of harmony to the whole people of our
state. In the hour of victory we should
be magnanimous and we should strive to
forget the animosities of the contest by
recalling the grand results ot our success,
pros3Tibing none for difference of opin
ion, regarding none as enemies but such
as are inimical to law and order. IM us
all unite In the patriotic work ot retriev
ing the state Uy such conduct. We can
not only brinsr about good feeling among
nil clases, but can most surely reap the
beu fruits of victory.
ISigned wAIK ilAMPTo.v.
The latest returns give the Democratic
stute ticket 1,100 majority. All these re
turns are considered official, as the fig
ures given have been compiled in each
county from the reports of the precinct
managers. The Republicans accept no
returns as official except those made by
the county commissioners ol election to
the board of state canvassers, very few of
which, if any, have been completed.
The county committees, however, have
no power to decide contests or protests,
and their duty is eontined to aggrega
ting the return of the precinct managers.
There ii no room, therefore, to doubt
that the Democratic majority as given
above w ill prove correct.
The state board of eauvacrs met to
day. There were present the state comp.
trollcr, state treasurer, secretary ol state
and attorney .general, phc Demociats
were represented by counsel, who pro
tested against the jurisdiction ol the
board on various grounds, contending
tluit the board has only ministerial pow"
trs aud it debarred by the constitution
from considering the tote lor governor
or member ol the general a.sembly.
t pou the qucstiou of jurisdiction, the hN
torncy-general and adjutant-general, who
nrc not caudldates for re-election, stood
out for declaring the powers of tho board
t) be con lined to the examining and ag
gregating the returns lrom the comities,
but they were voted dow n by fhe majori
ty of the board, who are candidates for
rc-clcclion, and claim the light to lie
Judges of their own election.
Gov. Chamberlain claims that con
ceding all that can plausibly bo claimed
by the Democrats, Hayes w ill have a ma
jority of over 3.20, and the Republican
state ticket a majority of over 2.1M0, and
he believes the final returns will give
Hayes 7,000, and the state ticket .",.V)0.
with twenty-two Republican majority on
joint ballot in the new general assembly.
Such a remit can only he reached by
casting out the entire vote of on! or more
counties, which gave a heavy Democratic
majority. This is believed to be the
party programme, a the Republican
officials have openly declared that the
Democrats will be counted out, w hatever
their prima f ide majority.
In these two items ol new s we see evi
dence that the Republicans Intend to
count out the Iiemorrats in South Caro
lina, ns they aio intend to count thein
oitin Florida and Louisiana ; and we
are impelled to ask our Republican
neighbor', what they propose to do
about It? Our Republican neighbors
know, wc confidently believe, that Gov.
Tilden has le n elected president ; they
know that he is to lx chvated out ot the
office; but we lear they will 1 gntiiied
by the fraudulent conduct of their Re
publican friends at the South Instead of
made indignant by it. But time will tell,
and therefore, in the lace of the rascali
ties ot Republicanism, we propo; to
losses our soul in patience, and wait.
GIVE IT UP.
Warmoth and Pinchback Acknowl
Reported InUrtlr Willi I Ho (.rent
WAKMOTH t.IVI.S II' TIIK Sl.UF.
Nk.w Oklkax. Nov. Il, '2:W p.i,.
State official and federal . flier-holders
arv blue. Warmoth concede Tilden's
majority in the tat at 3.00O. not includ
ing the five? par'-he t hit h t!i-y wiil
MNCHI'.Aik IMI.KMI.WI It.
Pinchback hi an Interview to-day said
he thought the situation n most grave
one lor the Republican party, tor ior.
Tilden is as good a elected. It is appa
rent that vast numbers ot American
voters wanted a change. They think
that any change would bo for the b ttcr,
and u great number t workinmeu
blame the administration K r the general
dullness of thi: times, the depression of
buiiits and forced idleness. In my
travels over Indiana and other j arts ot
the country I met number of men w ho
told me that I hey had alway voted the
Republican ticket, but were going to
vote lor Tilden this time.
Reporter: What do yo;i think of
Florida and South Carolina .
Pinchback: 1 consider 'liMen has
gained South Carol in a, as I conscien
tiously believe that state has gone Demo
cratic by at least 1,0JO majority ; and as
far as Tilden ' running below Hampton
in that state goes, I don't believe it, as in
that state the colored voters aro ignorant
aud incapable of comprehending the
scratching business. Thus, it they voted
lor Hampton they voted the whole ticket.
There may have been a very lew intelli
gent colored men who scratched. I
think you have South Carolina.
Reporter ; Why does Packard claim a
majority in this state ?
Pmchback: Well, he claims it, but
God knows where he i going to get it,
for, If the returns go far received are cor
rect, the Democrats have certainly car
ried tlie state, and as it is Packard has re
ceived more votes than himself or his
friends ever expected to get. I consider
that be ought to leel proud without the
How Ta Hake Honey,
AVe will htatt tbat tbe surest, licit and
(.jmedieat war to 'inulttply and Increase"
ia to call at No. 12 Wall htreet, New Yotk,
and roDfcult with Alex Frothinliam ,1 Co,
'I'lieaa gentleineu, who liave Vniif been
ideiititied wilti tbe history and uilulrs of
Wall atrcet. are unusually skilled iu mone
tary affair, and In everything appcrtainm:;
to a'lecnlalion, arc unexctljed for ability
and prolicieiicy. It may also lie aaid tliat
of the many Itrokera In that t Ity tliey are
not only tbe most popular, but aUo the
most successful, best patronized, und motl
widely known iu or in-ar tb siciuily ot
Amon tbe cutoraer ol the house of
Alex Frotbingbam A: Co., are aonie of our
leadini; and representative citizen", who
re mainly Indebted to tbe labors of this
tiria lor uiucti of tbe wealtb tuey now enjey.
llurliifr tbe lonif and aufctsssiul expr
lenee ot lewtr. Alex. Krotbingbam A Co.,
iu tbia city they bare earned for tbemselv e
an enviable reputation for bonettty, Integ
rity and faith, and enjoy abuiues. aluiot
coloiial in In proportloDM. In fact, tbe
aruouLtof buaiuess done by tlnaboiife in
tbe coure of a year ia aomethlng wonder
ful, and often forma tbe iutiject of com
ment. It need but n visit to tbelr kpaeloutt
orhet-i in Wall street to prove the ttutli oi
be above atatenient.
How tbey manage to convert 10 to
to W, W into 0, and 'i tn, It a
secret which tber tloue can explain, ; but
that ttiey tutoeed in tloinif to i t Im -t ton
well known ti admit of doubt, n you
would nately and profitably iuvet xuur
money, do not beitale to lavor tlla "llriu
with your c ash und confidence. 1 but by o
tloing you will reap an abundant reward,
tbe experience ot lbouaud ol our bc
citizen aitem. The necessity of taking
uth a course iu these timea of totterini;
bank and financial atiini;ciiev iiiuvt be up.
parent to the most liidtflereiif Mid careless
Mera' Alex. rrot,liiogliut W Co., are
prepared to iavot money to any u mount in
the best pcsili itica, aud' In every transac
tion in which tbev may be nixat'. d uar.
antce entire satisfaction to those u bo honor
tbeia with tbeir ittroBt;c. ,
riTScnrJ for tnelr Explaoatoi v Circular
and Weekly Itcports, which they mail Ireo
to all wbo desire tbew. Fro. K. Y.
roln.ojAoiUW ImTo. T-lS-eod iiu
A GEHT3 WAITED "
AjMBtt a tbe National Capital
AND THB OAMPAIQN OF 87y
Jut tli book or tba (uia. Give a full butoi y
ol Ihe .NttionaJ Capital aud (iovrruuxnt . blio
bow lbs vorvrtiiaent has bean luanafc-ed tiut iu
oiKStiUaUiiD. tuplaina bow h.ba ai t ut
throuahuonireM n ts a lull liimory of lav
frauda and iiiauaii acautial. I vitw,
'be liveaoriiaysa, WUnlet. iUiisu aud lUa
ilili ia. Gratitl ehanc for Airvnta. Ad lie,
-i;-ww J.ll LllaUtiLKa, l. l.oai..ala.
WiiKKtA, Maria hnbrrts, of ih 'iil)t- of
Alniltrii'l Mntecf Mi not', by her ortltia
trust ilerrl, er me mortjusf, Only c.Vfcuted, r
k no lel -'! nuti I livereil, tuttiing dalr Ihe 1-th
ilny of AuKUM, A. l , l7i'., and refnnkU 111 Ota
llxorrtfr'- tpliitu "T Alrx.'iuiler county, la lite
St.tte 'tf llliti"i, iu li" Z f sale tu'M ij::mt's ut
inHf l"l tt'livt v Hutu Ot-M'iiirts (. result y
Iiii-Ii t', nil tue fuliiiwin ilt st i iU-l .iTtni-es,
ItuutP't iu Div county ot AUxuiitltr ati.l .Stale ol
Illinol. to-w It : l ite s.'iilliM ,t Itnrtintial rt
i.l M'flii'n lciity-n U ) t'wti-'ii setctitwn
(IT). rmij.Ttwii (-') wet; aStilio iiiln u t lui .
iiiii.il I'jit ef sciti'in iHtiity six u'1 I, in tnun
sltip setniifn (IT), in ruiiuc two (J) tt. I" o
iuie l!i? ityni'iitiil a 'H'iin!iirv r.i'lr ir tlir
nim ot one tuinilrvl ami sittj ulit iIhI'm'-, e
cetitnl !' tr.fNii'l M:riii Itntirrts. mi l :a mIiIv t
tlieoriUrol tilt :tij Or-viuttA l.trtirltyt Hint
w lirrra-, it In j'pn MtM in ami hy mi't trust
tltfil. Hut ill c. of til l Hilt in II. e fm; let lit el
tlio .! I inimifiry mite, or anv .art then-ot,
ai tXirliDg to lite letter ami l7tct t f tai l nolr-,
then, n atiliration nf tlirli-iml IxiMt-rof oaiii.
n te. il shun it nu t itiitilil I lawful fur III: tm
Ufrt(f.'iel orseiuu tins n ley to fell n l iliseoct
ol III- -ml irMil.rs. nli'l nil I lie rUht. title, U ti
flit . ami eiitiit,' of rtsrui,.ti,.ii of suel Slant
itoh-rts, or tier lietrs and a-si.ti tl.i n ni, nt lmlt
lic auction, t the w-t il ur of thf rttiirt Ikut,
in Ihe ctlyol' I aim, in tin- oounlv of Alrxjii'l' ?
nii'l Sin! of Illinois, for tlic liiuVst ami IiksI
jince I lie same will brinjr in cash nficr li-tvlu
a.lertis4 nch a thirty ilays in any ut'sm
lr Hi that lime puiilislicl In div rai l rilv ef
l airn ami t't ninVe, execute, s:ul tlelivt-r to the
nr"liaer "r titiri'linerg nt fiu'h ia . iro il ami
FUllit'itMit ileul or tlwtls ef conveyance r the
lui'tnises sol'l. aij'l nut of t'.ie prooeeiln of sin h
sale to pay oil cnstn nml xitt-a inriirrel in !
verlisintr and tselliny said orenu-es, On lii ln
attorney 'n f-, al the jn mcijal :tn'l lntTt
on iaid tote ; anil, wht ren, iK l.uilt lus tx t n
ma le in the juj merit of the ni'l ro, print ii
anl interel ; now. th'trfoie, pnhlii- noiie,. m
hefeliy Kiven, that in p-truance .f Ml'l s.i!r
niortKa.'e. an l hy virlue ol the Mwer ami au
thority to me pranle.l in ami hv the same, :itvl
Iit vir'ttie of lite ttatute fif the Male, 1. the lueler
M'gmsl. will. on Krul.ty. tin- lTlh ilay nf Nor., A.
I., 1-T. at 2 o'eii.t-k, i m., at xrrtt door nfthe
court house, in the city of nipt, bell aml'lispo.,.
nt the iremfe alfive an 1 in trust licit
piifeil'-eil ileicritied. anil all ther eht, title, hen
em anj equity of rilriiiption of the nui. I Maria
holwrU. htr licir-i or a.xi' theiein, al ulii-atn-tinn,
for the Mptiest ami lx-t pi ir the hiiiic
will hnnir in rah.
1 LINKGUi ft LVN-ltfc.S. Alt') lor loriKi;i v
t let I . . l-.i.
Whia, Kml'y Hoinie if the City of I airo,
roimly tif Alcxai'ier, nml state of liiinni-, ,
livr certain mortgage tlwl, iluly xiile, ac.
knmvle.le-1 atel oelivciel, lieartnir dale tl.e
vvetith tlay Of Ortiihtr, A . I)., 17 ', and re
Cir hsl in the recorder' oflice oi said eoiintj of
Aievander, in volume (ltok) ".," on pKe
did O'livi ) uuin 1 1 if underMiOMsl, lus hein and
assigns an luortiee, the loil.iw inn ik-scnlied
iruprty. f-ilimt'- in the ity i t t airo, rotintv
of Alexamter. and Mate of Illinois, to. wit;
lit Diunltti'l iwnty-tiee a:,) in block nunc
lrtsl titty-one ( l), in the Lity of t airo al tre
aid. which said mnrtatre a- intuit to s'-chit H.c
liayment of one certain pronu'sory note et the
said liiiily Hi. lutes, liearinir evin date with -Mid
llcittarfe," i ir the s un of live hitndre-1 dc ll ir
pitval lcin two wars after eat-, to the or.hr
ot tha ttn lcr-di-'-ie I, with inter' t nt the rate ,,
ten lent, jier aniiiiiit, until putdt And
Wheie.is iifiaud haH wi'ii tnele in the iv
meiit of l Hole, and interest. So tnen lore
public notice is hereof jriM-n i.tat on the sth
day nf Vneinlr A IJ, 1-7' , at eh vtn o't oi k
a. in., at the wet tbior i f the court house, in li e
City f Ca ro, countv ol Ait xan ltr,
and SU.te. tf Illinois, I rl.ul sell ut
public i!e In tilt l.i.-i -t hi hlir for
eh. ti." -aid Hi' it r,Mi.'M im ini'i and till
iientiii o .('itiy el re.ieiii tion of the said
hrncy llitrties, her heirs, ecutor-. t.diiiiui--f
-I'ati'i"-1, t-r a-ri.i- ;ht r-Mi, puruaut to 11. e jc.t
er and I ro. i-. jI:-in '"'e said nioiKa.'e r.m
taiueti 1 iHr 1! OtM-ouv.
itKO. Ill .'t t. -'id l-Ti. Mortcaee-
I SIXTIT STREET, BetTvcon OHIO
I LEVEE AND nflMMPPPFA T.
Manufactures his own Horni Shoea and
tua Asaura Qood Work.
I , PATRONAGE SOLICITED
In the liLMrct Oturt of the t'nie,l S!i,.. f,,r , ,.
smjuUii -n lJistie t ol Illinois, I arili i ..ic ,
No. 1 7 J
In die rutt'i-r of M r-hail llc.J! i n.V ikri.ar I
'ttn;e is hia. hy KH'ni Hint il f.-iit ",n h:iihccn
filed in sanl curl hv Mid .Michai 1 1 leili.ro n and
lier-ard NVt il of airo, i i the county ol Alex
ander, in -aid district, du'y declared Jjai,k.r -I t
under theaet of (mitrt?. M Msreli .'ud, I-'.;,
for a til. chaise and eei-tui.atu tlien of. liom all
tht.ir tlchts an t other laum ,r'nahle under tunl
act, ui lliat the :7ih day of fn ioher, l-7o. ai
eleven u'e'. tck u. m , is J!-'yri''d lor th. Icr.rii.,'
ot the name hy the fuel o,urt. at 'he I n -,-
Ma'.ej Ltmrt rociH in the oily nt ptrinrlicld
whtonnd where, ull ere i. ton of t-aid hankmnia
and all Mlier .'rs')r.i in intetcst, n.;,v attetei and
aiiaw cause, 'I uny th. y hi. re, xt hy the iracr oi
aniil j.etitious. (iioiild not be iri.tnt 'I
t.LU. I'. IJO xi., I .letU.
I.imr A biuim. attorne . -i I t pvt. lion, r.
Ihittsl SpnuviM Id III s, t.t. J . . I . 1 -:
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fee lu.t, W". K.liinui in Jm.
ItlllUC d.i,rr4 in (.,,
htru.y nt'i'V ii. tue umrrr-il r !Uioii. fa. h4
vury Aiid luultUe ijnt mjn4 t4 pr-twnr rt ; H
ti.U'it iuoniit:o, i.uone tAii utl-jni tu b
"cisv iuf urrat nit; ininn w oi rouui ' tu ue iul
J.'i rLtrs-k h trfahiuu ut voulii-tLm LeM at
Jtnc Wn ia'- fjuidft in ti Wil l. l'ni Aui
lait. '1 . a it ti or may U; ontniusj nrrwtnsVv r
I til bB irVlirtliV.il.lMl. mid hi in h., ..... A...i.
in. a. o. Ohm. is v j.-i i i - I,!,
Ailnilulslraltir 'a Aolirr.
I.state of John lirowu, ileceastd.
'1 be iiiidurbined. baviiiK lKii ii.ioii,t.d k.1
riiinistrator td liie e.,l..le ol Jonu litoMii. late ol
tlie county of Alexander and Mate of llliiims,
itceM.d, hei'hy riolne that he will un-
pear li'ore thu county curt of Alexander
cotiuly, at the court houe in Cairo, lit Ihe I te
ct iuU r terin, on the third Monday in I in em
it r next, at which tunc, all la-rsoni hav.iitf claim
urainst ijnl v-tale uie iiotiii and rrtiie-tis ti,
attend lor the piirMisr o hmn.f llic same ail
Jll.Ud. All non iltdehttsl to said t atate iiiv
it 'iieatei to make iinmtdiatv iayiiietit la Hit- in,
di t-ijjne l.
ftattd tl.isv' 11, duv t'f ticl'iht-r, A. I)., lTii.
Ull.I.IAM Wl.KI.lt, Ailm r.
November 1. li, .tw.
Kshtleof I'tler Llowd, tler4ai l.
Ihe titidei ined haviiiK h tn :i),i,ii,ic ad-miui-lr.itrix
t,i thect.leof i'eter ln.utl, late of
tbe county ' f Alexander and Male t, llliuoU,
tlecKstsI hen hy piea nonce llutt the will hix
ar liefore the county court of Alrtainin
coiuily, ul lite cotiii hoti-c in I airo. at the lit
letuiitr term, on the third Momlii In I t cemher
ncm, at which lime all jicr-'on 'bavluK claims
Urfuin-1 said tslatu are loluitd and ruiiieaiid
to attend for the .iiVmi-c or l,f inj.' the same- ad
Justed All ieriMin. iliilehUd In aaid entale in?
rc'iueattd to liuike iiiniiedi.ila payim-m to Ihe
I'litetl tlnn 1-1 dav id Novell, l,t r, A . 1. , 17'..
Il.i-w Mlf. lil.'IIKifcl DUW l. A lin'r
Dealer m Fresh Meats
Between Waahinaton and Cotamercla
Avenues, adjoining Jlaiiny'a.
KkKM for sal tu lal 111, o,k, Million
Veal, l.amh, HauoHxc, ai,d ia ),,
r-d ti fcrlf Uuillle in au aoiilaiilc ma ,ct
Two Sizc3, COc. and ftl.oo Bottlen, at
For tbo Suro
Holman's Fever and Ague and Liver Pad,
$2 00 Each.
ROGERS' FEVER AND AGUE PAD, $1 Each,
For Sale by .
A FULL LINE OF
GLOBULES AND TINCTURES,
,?rJTamilv V80, byt?M,Sinlo Vial or in complete cta. We have
neat cases containm Eighteen of tho Principal ilomaspathio Bomet
U ?B iti. IL cm D TLd
At Wholesale, at
EL!Ethe "Family Safe Guard," at BARCLAY
BROTHERS, has received the CenterYnial
WAX FLOWER MATERIALS, Moulding Tool. Bruhe, &o , te.,
A Full Line at
Washington Avenue Store.
The "La PICCADURA" or "BOSS" 5 ct. Cigar ,
BAB CLAY DROTIIEHS, SOLE AGENTS.
Golden Lion and other Fine Colognes,
AT BARCLAY BBOTZIERS.
Choice Perfumery, Imported and American
in large variety at BARCLAY BROTHERS.
A Ftill Line of Toilet Soaps,
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS.
For Plain and Fancy Writing Papers,
Note. Letter, Foolscap and 11 Cap Envelops, Ink. Pens. Pencils Ac . fcc
Low I ricea at BARCLCY S Waaainirton Avanua fctore
Waukesha, Bethesda, Blue Lick and Saratoga
Mineral Waters, at BARCLAY BROTHERS. Ohio Levae.
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS,
t.tl.cr Store. Be aura to call examine and price before you Buy.
White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Varnishes all colors, and Fainter Material, at
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
d Malaria King,
Cure of Chills, at