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1 A Uadieal tflogram to a Radical pupcr
mi. Hint Mr. Hendricks position Las
complicated in fitter 4 very much, and ha
. rendered, more improbable any .atiirac.
tory rttiVnicnt of the present politicnl
lroulIe. liy hU private couu-l, it Is
aid, he ha lufilgatnl the Democratic
iiiovciiH'tit lu Indiana ; nnd, it is added.
In; nctually wrote the addrt lately pub
lished by the I ) iiKwiatic committee of
that fttute. '1'he "inovcmcrit" relcrn d
to ! a tiiOM incut to intist that 1 ildcn and
' IleudricW. having been (July elected,
hall be regularly Inducted into the olfl-
caa thi y have beta called by the vohn of
; the people to tilt. The nddre urjfe the
fieceity n m tinii t cotiiyiitnatc the
purpose of rccii! ina the result t, the lute
! election to tho- tho ought to have
Iheiu. Mr. HeudrickV oflciifle theo i,
hit Im liel that he lu been elected uud the
quiet eOori lie it making to prevent the
Radical front swindling him out of hii
rights J The Radicals are amazed. What
tight bai a Democrat to Insist upon lai
rights? Has he a right any Radical ra
eal ! bound to reppect? We pro.
sumo thtrei would bu a yrent outcry,
If tjov. TUden were to make
a journey of the junketing kind over
Xcw Y ork state, visiting friend and
charitable institution.", and making little
ipeeche here and there, declaring his
election, and saying : ' Ul course I fhall
be inaugurated, aud there will be. no war ;
you do not want war, and will be quiet ;
but I shall le inaugurated Decause I have
been elected." Such conduct u that, in
the Democratic preeidi nt elect, would be
h:ld to be treason by tho Radicals ; but
how much thce particular men are
pleased by Gov. Hayes' conJuet by his
little junketing journeys and little
rpeechu ! He, the pretender, who
knows that he U not the choice of the
American jcop!e, and that he ha been
counted in by his dishonest (artisan?,
travels about ay ing : '-lam elected, and I
will be inaugurated ; and, what is more,
you Democrats will submit." Thi, in
him, is vi ry prorn r in the Radical belle,
but it is absolutely treasonable iu Got.
Hendricks to say : "1 have been elected,
and the American people, being Just and
honest, will surely ee that I am
regularly inducted into ruy office;" and
the very thought that Tildea should even
dare to say the pretender does : "I am
the president elect, and the people, for
their own ake, should not permit me
to be swindled out of the olHire by lawless
racal," sends a cold chill through every
Radical in the land, and makes him howl
bloody threats agiiust all who refuse to
follow the Radical leaders into thecrowu
ing iniquity ol the age now in process
of being consummated by them. What a
difference: Tilden and nendrlcks, who
received a majority of aOO.OoO of the pop
ular vote, and, on the face of the returns,
bU!es sufllcient to give theia two hun
dred and ttiree electoral votes, eighteen
more than enough to elect, must be
dumb, while Hayee and Wheekr. the
minority candidates, who havo a pre
tended majority of only one in the elec
toral college, obtained by fraudulently
wiping out fe'.OOO Democratic majority in
Louisiana, and smaller inajoritiea In Flor
ida and South Carolina, may, with
Radical applauM, go about the laud boaft
iog ol their Micce-s nnd threatening war
t.pou all who dare to question their right
tinurp the oiliecs of pp-1 lent nnd vice
president: liider Mich trying fact us
these the Deinoeia.S lire asked to be. verv
patient to not -peak in loul tones of
voice, le..t ihey iiould atarilo their Rad
ical lords and lu.i-tn , into a butchering
mood ! Well, we c.m U- patiehl ; and will
be ; but, fcy all tiie gods at onee littk
and big god-, gii.i,t and bad god
it would li our Democratit:
i-oul tniKh good to get down to nn
excellent ai tide of denunciation of the in
fernal liieulcncc. of the Radicals who
have cheated us, and are now threatening
to exterminate us because we have the au
dacity to say oeraikmully that we are n at
pleased are not happy In the, knowl
edge that we have been robbed of our
hard earned victory at thepolK.
4JI..V r'4 I. IK VIA ITS toitf: IIIH
Uen. John A. McClernand, w.o was
president tf the National Democratic
convention that nominated C'ov. Tilden
for the presidency, has written several
very able letters to the St. Loui.s Il. nnhU
can on the political situation. He sueaks
from the standpoint of a man used to
war's a.arums, aud takes no trouble to
conceal his belief that the Democrats will
lie compelled to light lor their
right to Inaugurate the president elected
by the people. If, he says, the Republi.
cans shall go to the extent ol carrying
nut their threat of refusing tojmect the
house of representatives In its chani
beriu accordance with the late custom,
aod shall insist upon the house waiting
upon Hie senate, iu its cham!r for the
purpose of only witiiPi,1f the ty esi dent
of the senate count the. vote and de
clara Hayes elected, the. i,ou.sj fc,ould
ofl'er to meet tlits senate On halt way
ground for the purpose of aiding it Iu the
work of eouuting and determining the
electorul vote. If this ofler bhould be
made and declared, nnd the seriate and
its president, or either of them, should re
tain control ot the returns.it would be
the duty of the house to proceed upon the
best secondary evidence in its possession
or then obtainable, to make a count and
declare the result. This, the general
0a. xntla Bia.U.4.1ar. Cotntf Twaiftlx Bvraet ten. A
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1876.
ays, would be civil war, and the hou-e
would be constrained in the assertion of
Its dignity and constitutional privileges
to summon an armed police tf
adequate numbers nnd strength
ti Us support and tor Its
protection. In the same event it
would be incumbent upon the person
declared by It to be president, upon his
qualification by outh, to proceed imme
diately, as eomruander-in-ehlf f of the
army and navy ol the I'nited State to
Issue ordpi s to both.
So tar ae we are enabled to judge of
the situation. Hit will be the portion if
thetnifntry within three monirrs, unless
the wisdom ofihehtuue and senate 'hall
deUe some sal isl'uetory w-ay of counting
the ei. i toral vote. If the president of
the senate -hall Hsume to count the elec
toral VOU'S. . tlirowlnif eut C'onln awl
t.iking iu Keilogg", btearru' au'l Chaut
herlaiuV ru-w als, nothiug. can preveot a
civil war. It wi'.l not do, on the pirt of
the Republican, to say : "Wo are the
masters of thi.s country, an 1 as such have
the right to determine all political dis
putes." The Democrats have certain
rights whkh even the Republicans tnut
be made to respect, and one of these
rights L, to hayo a voice In the determi
nation of a di.-puted presidential election
Hut the crisis Is not fur distant. Let us
await It in the hope that it may not de.
stroy the Republic.
A ME SI I'll I45f I OS Sit YAIt.
Young Lochinvar carried off his lady
love in a most romantic manner, and has
betnfung about ever since ; but our opin
ion Is, that Mr. Ually Bond, a young tren
tleinanof Memphis,' in his rendition of
the character of Lochinvar, wlil not have
uiany ailmirers. Ilia lady-love was a
school girl ol fourteen years of age.
Her father, -Mr. L. S. Hill, a respected
citizen of Shelby county, objected to
Lochinvar Rond, who was or.e of
the young blades of the South
who believe that it becomes "a gentle
roan, sir, begod, to take a lriendly drink,
and give any man satisfaction, sir satis
faction." On the lSih inst., Lochinvar
Bond got a shot-gun ; called at the house
of old man Hill ; shot the contents of the
gun at the old man, wounding him;
emptied the contents of a revolver into
the old man's body, killing him ; caught
bis lady-love by the hair ; dragged
her over her dead father's body ;
mounted her before him on his horse,
and rode pell lueii to a parson's Lous
and commanded the pareou to marry him
without delay. The. parson objected,
aud a party of men coming up, the girl
was rescued from the monster, but not
uutil he bad killed one of her rescuers
and aicapid upon the dead man's horse.
Who will sing this Lochinvar's adven
Many of the most reputable Republi"
cans of the land believe that Mr. Tilden
has been elected. Among the prominent
Republicans of Massachusetts who have
no doubt of this fact, the Boston Herald
names : Estes Howe, Clement Hugh Hill,
W'illiard P. Pniliipj, James Russell Low
ell, James Freeman Clarke, Martin Trim
mer, William E. Perkins, John D. Long,
John E. Sanford and Alexander II. Bul
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Its effects are as wonderful and
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It restores gray or faded hair to
its youthful color
It removes all eruptions, itching
aud dandruff. It gives the head a
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comfort, and the scalp by its use
becomes white and clean.'
By its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and
making the hair grow thick and
As a dressing, nothing has been
found $o effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M. D.f State As
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f LIVER PILLS,
, luii iiit ii Hi or
1 Hc-natiti-, or Liver Complaint,
IvY-l'Ir-IA AMI Ml al IlLAfiACflE.
:ii;.!um,s of a Diseased I4er.
1y lS i;i t!ie right side, under the
edit-of the. ribs, int. reives on pre
suie : .mot-times the pain is in the left
sidfc ; thy i-alient is rarely able to lie
00 tbe left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
tlie shoulder, and is. .-.oiiietiints mis
taken for a rhcuiiiati .n iu the arm.
The stomach isit4jt.Sj w ith lossf.f
"Tippet ite and sk kne ;' the liowtls in
jrcneral are rot : i i c s n et lines alter
native w ilh lax : ; ho Ivu.J is troubled
with fain, ame-vni.i'.d with a dull,
Ixuvy '-enstii 1 1.1 ; c Lsik jrt.
ii:ere iijki-iic-ra'.ij ;:rt.;ir.idcrableloss
f incinon ,a icir.y .liiitd wiihapain
ful sensation of lunng left undone
'.ciiictiiing which oi!c ht to have been
tlr.nc A slight, dry cough is some
times an tdtencLnt. a The patient
complains of weariness and debility ;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and ha complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin ; his
spirits are low; and although he is
al i; lied that exercise would be bene
ficial to hiin, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above sjmp
toim, attend the disease, but cates
ha e occ urred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the livlr to
have been extensively deranged.
A OUT. AND FEVER.
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IN ( .v: !..-; 01 Act y. axu J-Yvlr, when
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rV.P II ALIJDAY, Preeiiu-iil.
IIKNKV L. 1IAIX1UAY, VioePreal
A II rtPriHl, Caabier.
WA ' U JtV.SLOP, A.a'l Caabiar
S. ST A AT. TATLOa, B. H. CO OIMUHAM,
II I.. Halcidat, VV. V. IIali.iuav,
U. 1. WiLMA.a. tiTcrutM UiitD,
A . 11. SArroHn,
Exchange, Com and United Statei
Honda Bought and Bold.
DEPOSITS received aad a cvneral "banklna
SP.VDZ' toG. P. KOW kl.L A CO., Kew
York, for Pamphlet of low pn, ooulainioy
lwla al' near .paper, aad salintatee auowlaa
cost of advrtiiug
Evansvllle, Ctiro and Memphli
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawceettswn, STaotv
viile, LiOiuaviue, uinouintttl
and all way landing!.
Ti e tlnratt tUe-Wbril gture-
ALtaaB PiKrwuTun. Halter
.uadlss I'swvirraio Clerk
Will leTt Cairi eet-ty W'EUMXi.tt at H
tTrlu't ti. Ot.
. . The Hr. I 4ieairirr
.. . Master
Leavri Cairo every 8 ATI' RD AT.
fcach boat luakea clo3e oounectluba at Cairo
with flmt-clas etcamer for St Louis, Mem
phis and Xcw Orleans, and at Evansville wits
IheE. AC. R. R. for all poinla North and Eaut.
and with the I-ouiville Mail Steamer. fi vail
pointa on tha Upper Ohio, (firing throuith re
ceipts on freight aud pwaenger to al) pointf
For urther inforniatinn apply to
t?OI.. SlLVEIt, I'nHHenirrr A'tlt.
UA I.LIll A V BROS., I
J. I. PHILUPS, jAjrenia
Or lo U J . G RAMMER,
.superintendent and General Freight Agt-ut,
lo-l-.'U-lr. Kvanaville Indiana.
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PAI3TT AN D OII.R.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
tVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, 6V0.
a.lwyC 00 haaJ, tbe celebrated illuruinatlr.g
i . tV W Jkv A aa
. 13xoaaB xautldluff,
Oornar Blayanth Street aad Waahlnt
ton A vacua
73 OHIO IaEVEE,
City Rational Baiik Bulliliag, up-f-iri
Mia Oldaat Uatabllahad A-aency In fiut r ;
mru imuuia, reprataauuff o-i
165 000 OOO
- - - -
MT OARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders) for Coal by the oar-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
. Mr To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to aupply any quantity, by tbt
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIXO CITT tyOAX COsiyAJlT.
nalliday Bra. 'a otUm. Ma. 10 Ohio Uva
Halliday Bro . ' a harl boat .
Al tba Coal Dump, foot afTauty-Siabtk
OrVoat Ossee Drawer, tea.
1 aT F. T VtT-H a mm.
pniLanrt pwra sa
'I K I frra.t I .I.M..H.-.I til ' 1 W
tinned to eammemorate the oas hattdnb
anuirenftrr or ahm nan inii.ti.ui.iu.
opeaed May loth, and will eloas Novsmber
l.i.l- tama . ii .1 .... . .
' ""iuiu. jan lua ntugm ot ID worla
and all tbe states and territories of tb Ua
Ian ara parllclDaUng in this wonderful U
tnonstratiOD. tilin trine' liwrih.r ih.
eomprcbentiva collection tl arttraatures.
mecnantcai inventions, tclenttflo discovar
erlea, manufacturing achiavemsata, miner
al pectmcn, and agricultural ptvtluett
efr exhibited. Iha grounds devoted to
the exhibition are attuated oa the line of-
tha l'ennaylvanU Railroad and enabraoa 4tM) ,
aereaof Iralrrnount Tark, all, highly 1m
prTd and ornamented, on wbiru are :
ere'rted the largeat buildings afer eonatnw .i'.'J
ted five of thene eovaring a area of filty - - :
acri and eontlnfr 0i)0.U0O. Tfce total "'
numlrof bulMing. erected for the pur
poe of the axhlUtion 1 near twa ion-
dred. During the thirts days lnuueltatilv , ,
following the opening of the exhlhttion a '
uilllon aad a quaituroi people visited It- wJ
THE- PENNSTlVANil RAILROAD
THX CEKAT TXUSK IXXsT
FAST MAIL ROUTE QF THE U. S.
.,. '- : ; , ., r. . '.:
J" .T''' - -mu ecOXlonv !
ioal ai of taai Linn Philadelphia and this
irrcut Lxhibltton troin all aeetions tt the
coiintrr. Its ti aim too and Irom Philalt-:
phla tvill pssj tbrouiJh a jrand centennial
depot, hich the company bus erected at
tha main entrance to the Exhibition
ground lor tbe act ouimodation of paen
ift r who wi h to tnp at or start front the
bumcrou biye hotels contiguous to this ''
ktation ano the inhibition-a convenience
ol the greatest vaiue lo visitor, ind afforU
ed rn. ius'.vely hy the I'ennsylvrnia Kail- ,
tiad, w liich in tha only line ninniTitT direct
o the Cenieuuiul buiUline. Excursion 1
rulni will also nop ut tbe Encampment of
he Pstmn of llushaue'ry, at K.im Staiiou
on tliiroai, 1
The pennsy I vatita Railroad Ii the grand
est railway crgnniz.itlon in the worid. it
controls aeven thousand miles of roadway,
forming oniitinuoua linra to Philadelphia,
Newvork, linltiiiiore, and WArbihgton,ovr
which luxuiiouv day and night car are ".
run from chlcaco, ut. i.ouls, i.ouiKylile.cie- '
rinnati, lndianpiilis, cvluuihus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie without chance.
Its main line is laid tWte double and third ' '
tracks ol heavy steel rail,upon a deep bed '
of broken itonc ballast, end its bridghs ate r
all of iron or stone. Its passenger trains '
are equipped with every known improve
ment tor couitoi t and aalety, and are run at
faster speud for greater distances thun the.
trains of any line on the tontincnt. The
company nas Ure'ely increased it equip- ' '
ment loa t'eil'.ennlnl travel, and will be pre- .
pared to build Ih its own slinps, at nhort
notice stilHelent fulir accommodate anr
any extra demand. 1'he uaeciuailed re- ,
sources at the command of the company
ot the company guarantee the most perfact ' '
accommodation for all its patron during
the Centebniul Kxliil.ition. . ,
The rougnitlcent scenerv for which the '
Pennsylvania Kallroad ia'so iuotly cflehra- 1
ted presenu to the traveler over lis perlect
roadway an ever-changlui' panorama ot .
river mountain and landscape views uue
qualed in America.
Tbe eating Ktations n litis line are uo
surpaised. MealK vvil! be furnished at i-uit-able
liotir and atrple time allowed for 1 n
joying them. v.,
Excurslou tickets, at reduced rated, will
be sold at allihe prim-lrul railroad ticket
offices In the Went, Northvent atd South
west. Be sure that your tickets read via the
Great Pennsylvania route to tbe Centen-' :
FltANK THOMSON, 1). M. lU)YD,Jr
Hen. Minugcr. lieu. Paas'r Agt
WILSON, EGGLESTON & CO.
Flour, Grain, Seeds, ti Provisions,
21 WEST CA2TAL STBHET,
t 1NCINNATI, O.
X3T ciiuslunmeuts scl.ulted. 11-io-eod-lm
Whereas, Joeph McKenzle and his wife
did, on tbe l'.Uh day of August, l7;l, exe
cute, ui-knowl liiteaml deliver tome a cer
tain deed of tru-f, now of record la tho
recorder' office of Alexander County, in
book ) of tiust deeds at page 270. and also
did on the tied day ot October, 1873, in liku
manuer txevute, acknowledge and deliver
to ma another deed ot trust, now of record -in
the recorder's otlb e of said Alexander
County, in took. (Jot trust deeds at page
117", beta ot which were irlven to secure the '
payment of a certain promissory note, exe
cuted by the aal.l Jose ph Mckenzie to Alary
J. MiLioualil. And whereas, del auk has
been made in the payment ot said promis
sory rude, now. therebire, I give uollco
lht by virtue oi the power given me by
said d d nf trust. I v ib. on the imb day of
Unitary, 1m77. at tho hour of 11 o'clock, a.
m., of said day, st tbe court house door iu
the city of ( 'af'o, County of Alexander aud
Mate tt UMiii.ls, sell at public vendue, to
the hlj.;beni bidder, tor cash, the following .
ilescrllwd lota. "'Iiu'cd iu said city ol
Cairo, to wit: l.nH thirty-three (33;,
thiity-four (U4i. ntiecu ti.'i), and sixteen.
1 1'n. iu bloc); mty.ibtee (.V.), belutf lbs
aiuue, granted, to ri'aiued and fold to uie in
tniat. us alorvaald. by Ud deed of tPust
The purcbitit-r will be entitled to a deed
IliUIH-dl Vrlv. iited llecember l.'lth, l37t.
JAMKS V. CLEMSON. Trustee.
SaWI'KL P. 'UBKLKK, . .. .
w-.M Attorney for Trustee
Atltttiuiatralor's Hi at Ice. .
1 late of Dahii l l.ampert, deceased
The underfilled, havimr been appointod
Adminlitratriv ol tha Estate 01 Daniel
Lampeit, late ot ihe Cousty ot Alexander,
and Sute of IKIihds. deceased, hereby gives
notice that eh- iii appear before the Coun
ty Court ol A La under 4 ouoty, al Ihe court
house in Cjnro, in siid Couuty. at the Jan
uary Term, on the I bird Mondiy In January
npvt.il vt ti i tt time all perarns havinK
rJalms ji airivt .aid Etute are tioiihed and
rciiicud to attend for tbe purpose of bav
iiitf the s uiie adju-tad. All persona indebted
to said K-tuto are requested 19 make lauue
diate pi) " cut to the undersigned.
littted this SM due of November, A, P., '
IS7U. MAKUAltET LAMPEKT,
ll-;w-w.(it. , AdinluistraLrix.
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Btvaii WaahlarSo as4 Oosmaaareia,
Avanmat), tvdJolaustT Rsousy'e.
KCRPti sor aala tha bast Bear. Park. StaUoa
eal. Lamb, Sauaasre, Aa . aad is ai
read U arva fa 11 1 Ilea l a aoasetahia aaar 1 s
t 1 . j
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