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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
f VfKBF.D AT THE POUT OFFICK IN CAIRO, II,
UN0I8, AS gKOUKlMXAM MATTER.
OrKICIAL rAI'EKOF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
RmeRt ir. Thielwko, City Eilitor.
Only Morninff Dally iu Southern Illinois.
tinVlal Paper nl Uih City nf Cairo.
TxVBER BRO'S Manufacturing Jewelers,
No. 128 Commercial ave., Cairo, IU.
LOCAL WEATUBK REPORT.
OIONAL UPriQM, I
Cairo, III.. Oct. 1, m)
' Signal Unioi,
Time. Bar. Thur. Llora. Wind. Vel Weather.
to " HT
p. m.. 30.0.)
r ) Hi
Maximum Temperature. Ml; Minimum Tern
ferrure. s ; Rainfall O.Oi inches.
Dlver8 feet 0 luetics. Kite 5 I nebs.
W. H. RAT,
Serg't Slima! Corpg, U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice Iu tlili column, five cent per line, each
SEPTEMUKil "Til TO OCTOUEIi U'i'II.
Tae Illinois Central railroad will fell ex
cursion tickets at greatly reduced rates.
This is the only mute running two daily
trains. The only line that runs sleepers
through tram Cairo to Cincinnati without
change. J. Johnson, Oeti'l Agent.
J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent.
Marline Floyd has opened a day school
nt Turn t hull, where she hopes to be pat
ronize I. Special success assured in mathe
matics, Litin, French and music. Terms
OAKLAND BASE BURNER.
The heaviest and handsomest heating
stove ever offered in this market, lor soft
coil, also, Fame pattern for hard coal, a
favorite wifh all who have tried tiiem. New
arrivals f every variety ot stoves for the
fall trade ure r lliot? In every day. Last
but net least the celebrated Charter Oak
Cook Stoves. C. W. IIexdeiisok,
194 Commercial Avenue.
BUC'KLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The West salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers. salt rheum, tever sores,
tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds ot skin eruptions-. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or Inoiiey refunded. Price, 2o
cents per box. Fit sain by Gr.o. E. O'lUn.v
The "Burnside property" on comer south
east comer Seventh and Jefferson avenue.
House has eight rooms and kitchen. Good
cellar, wood-shed and cistern. Four lots.
Terras reasonable. M. I. Howiey,
Real Estate Agent.
Near Concordia, Bolivar county, Missis
sippi. I have l,o!H acre? of laud ir. cotton
and corn to le picked and housed. To ac
commolate white and colored laborers I
have large frame-houses with brick, lire
places in each, with berths and mattresses
in each house, sufficient to accommodate u
large number of laborers. The bouse for
whites will be separated from those for
colored laborers. The highest price will lie
paid for good hands. Wm. M. Si.edc.e.
Fou Rent. Furnished rooms in a good
locality, with or without board. Apply
southeast corner Eleventh and Walnut
Directs, pecond door.
For the finest roasts, the juck-Bt stea s,
the teaderest chops, the most delicious
riHlcus. the bet snusa:.es, you must co to
Fred Kechlcr's sample room 'on Eighth
sinet.whcre the very cream of the market is
always to be found.
Ovru irsO.OOO Howe scales sold. Bor
den, Selitck cV Co., a:;RnL, St. Louis, Mo.
WISTEU'iOJ.UBELIAUI.E OTtt'Ell UEI'OT.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form the citizens of Cairo that we are now
receiving daily, and the only parties in
Cairo, direct from Baltimore lresh oysters by
the can and from the quantity we are re
ceiving and celling daily we are enabled to
well them f.T ten and twenty cents per can
lesj than any other house in the city and
a the a-ori advances we will be enabled to
sell them much lower. We are now selling
the choice! brands at the following figure,
to. wit; CtK'ia- Slanduri, full cans, 40ccuts;
choice relucts, full cans, m) cents. For salo
at Winter's giorerv! on Eighth street, and
at the Hotel'De Winter?, late Arlington ho
tel at any time, day or night.tut the hotel is
never closed. Parties can always My upon
getting them. Ilespeetlullv,
H. Winter I: Co.
Fin: lot on on Lvve? street, nhove Reed's
foundry. v Hi be oi'J cheap, line per-
Ictt. 31. J . U0VVI.EY, Real Estate Agent.
5 H S M: A .
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER f,t 1880.
Mr. HiiL'h Barton will, on to morrow
comnioncc tauvassinir for advertisements
Cor the Threat Coinioue's houso program
nu. This "nroL'iamme" is a eood advertis
inc modium for our merchants, etc., since
. I . it .i 1 . ! .1!,
lilteen tliousanu oi mem are w:injf m
tributcd every week.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY,
ot the Methodist church, will give an oyster
supper, for tho benefit of the cliurchm lcui
pcrance hall on Thursday evening. Admis
siou 5 cents. Ovstcrs. pickles, slaw, hreac
and butter, and coffee 35 cents. Ice cream
and cake extra.
OYSTERS ! OYSTERS!
Fresh Mobile oysters will be kept m
bulk through tho season, constantly in
stock, and our numerous customers will be
supplied in quantities to suit, by the dozen,
hundred or thousand. Also fresh Baltimore
oyster in cans, best quality and all grades
at close figures. Send your orders to the
Oyster and Fish Depot, Ohio levee, corner
Eighth street. Robert hewktt, Agent,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice is hereby iriven to all persons not
to harbor, trust or give credit to my former
wife Mary, on my account, for I will pay
no bills ot her contracting, u. lxmmer.
Cairo, 111., Oct. 4, 1880.
Lot on northeast corner Commercial ave
nue, and Tenth street. Cheap.
M. J. Howley, Real Estate Agent.
The following correspondence explains
St. Louis, October 1st, 1980.
Mr. A. T. DeBaun, Cairo, Illinois.
Dear SiR-Your favor of the 28th, to
hand, in reply will say that I do not com
pete in prices with the packers you men
tion, as I pack only kikst-class btock and
fci.l cans; if you wish give those parties a
trial and I am satisfied what the result
will be. Awaiting your further orders. I
remain. Yours respectfully,
I keep only the above oysters. Am sell
ing ova'.s at 40 cents; extra selects at CO
cents per can. A. T. DeBaun.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Notices In these column, ton cents jior line,
each Insertion. Marked
"Between the acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Kotsmeyer's.
The high school doors were yesterday
thrown open to a fair number of pupils.
Mrs. R. P. Robbins has returned from
an extended visit to the north and east.
"Between the acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Korstneycr'a.
The cooking club tripped the light
fantastic at the residence ot Mr. C. Close
Capt. V. II. Walker, who has been in
the city for several days, returned to Mem
Mr. Robt. E. Sheeran, general agent of
Orton's circus and menagerie is in the city,
and called on The Bcixetin.
Mr. W. L. Bristol is compelled to post
pone the erection of his new brick store, be
cause of the scarcity of bricklayers.
The city council met last night. The
Bulletin now being the official organ, the
orlieial proceedings will appear to-morrow.
A skeleton was unearthed under Halli
day Bros, warehouse, the other day. The
laborers who dug it up, again interred it
without much ceremony.
-The funeral of Mr. Michael O'CV.Ia
han, who was drowned the other day, took
place yesterday and was well attended. The
remains were interred ut Villa Ridge.
We call the attention of our readers to
the oyster advertisement of Mr. DeBauu in
our local column. The cans are all full
and the quality of the oysters first-class.
Mr. John Kochler has just received a
fresh lot of genuine imported Scweitzer
cheese, of an excellent quality, for tho
special benefit of his customers. Go and
sample it. "
The directors of the street railway
1 1 1 . 1 i
company met yesteniay ana eiecicu me
following officers: Jacob A. Goldstine,
president; Wm. Strattan, treasurer; Thos.
Mr. John Poor yesterday commenced
the work of raising the roof of he dry
goods department of the New York store,
preparatory towards transforming it into a
two story building.
Politics and politicians won't be able
to create a ripple of excitement in St. Louis
this week. The Veiled Prophets, winch
made their appearance last night and the
fair, will have matters nll.to themselves.
The attention of the readers of The
Bulletin is called to the various advertise
ments ot Mr. M.J. Howley, our popular
real estate agent. They are of interest to
men of all stations and may be read with
At the last terra of the circuit court
Mr. Gus Lumtnor was granted a divorce
from his wife, for many good and sufficient
reasons, lie gives notice elsewhere that
he will pay no bills contracted by her in
"Mr. Longfellow's muse becomes pen
sive as she ages." We suppose that tho ob
ject ol tho above, which we find iu an ex
change, Is tOBtalo cither that Mr. Longfel
low's muse is "agedly pensive;" or
else that it is "pensively aged;" but what
we want to observe is that there are very few
literary editor who have the inborn modes
ty to let slip siieh a sentence as the above
without previously having it coj yrightrd
or, at least, placing some salt on its tail.
Coroner Fitzgerald who has been out
in the country since Saturday evening last,
returned yesterday evening.
Sir. Chas. O. Patier has gone to St
Louis to see the Veiled Prophets, and will
probably return this evening.
Dr. Frank Metcalf, who has made his
homo in Pulaski precinct, was in the city
yesterday. We are pleased t'o learn that he
is enjoying an extensive practice.
Clem Young, n colored man, was yes
terday arrested on a warrant charging him
with abusing his wife. Ho took a change
of venue from Squire Osborn to Squire
Comings, and was lined five dollars and
the usual trimmings.
Shortly after the arrival of Mr. Henry
C. Laughlin and bride at their home in
Lebanon, a complimentary party was ten
dered them by tho friends of the groom
which outshone anything of a similar kind
given in that city for some time.
The Argui is misinformed. No excur
sion will leave this city for Evansvillo next
Saturday. The Cairo & Vincennes railroad
company offered to furnish ',a train of four
coaches and one baggage car for five hun
dred dollars, which offer was not accepted
To-morrow "Gov." Strceter and Hon
J. P. Stelle, are expected to arrivo in this
city. In the evening they will discourse
learnedly on the greenback question, and
prove that a cow is a horse, and that the
almighty dollar, unless it is a "greenback,"
is a very weak affair.
-When the white Republicans of this
city are asked for an explanation of ''fi29"
bj their colored friends, they tell them that
it is a patent medicine advertisement.
And when they continue to ask for more
light, they obstiuately continue to make
light of their demands.
Mr. P. Brown and Miss D. Cook,
were married by Father OTIara on Mon
day. In tho evening a party of young folks
met in the Cell building in their honor,
and "danced the happy hours away," to
celestial strains. A large, handsome cake
was voted to the most graceful waltzer,
who proved to be Miss Nellie Stack.
Mr. Nathan Newman, the young man
who was suspected of crookedness by
Messrs. Patier & Co., and who last week was
held in bond of two f200 tor his appear
ance at the next term of the circuit court,
has been released from jail on giving the
necessary bond. Messrs. George Koehler,
George Steers, F. M. Ward and J. Burger
are his bondsmen.
The News in its attempt to shield
Mr. Nellis says that "there are other streets
in the city that need improvement as much
as Eighth street." This, of course, is no
excuse for Mr. Nellis' non-fulfillment of
his contract, but will be news to every soul
in Cairo, since no other street is in such de
plorable condition and none other is used
as much as that very street.
Amanda Scott and Helen White, two
black dames, who grace or, more properly,
disgrace the upper portion of town with
their presence, were yesterday arrested for
conduct uubecoming ladies and very ob
jectionable to the neighborhood in which
they reside. They were taken before
Squire Osborn for trial, but took a change
of venue to Squire Comings, who fined one
of the offenders and acquitted the other.
The News charges Messrs. Walton
Wright and William Cundiff with per
petrating the "329" joke, and we took it
upon ourself to interview both these gen
tlemen, yesterday, who positively deny any
connection with the affair. Wm are not dis
posed to doubt the veracity of either the
News or Messrs. Wright and Cundiff, but,
believing that the latter gentlemen are in a
better position to know whether or not
they are guilty than the News is, we feel
compelled to believe them and must ask
tho News to guess nearer home.
A dispatch from Springfield to the St.
Louis Republican says: "Hon. John II.
Oberly, the popular democratic candidate
for secretary of state and gifted speaker,
has just completed a large list of appoint
ments in central and northern Illinois. Mr.
Oberly reports democratic prospects never
brighter for the election of the entire demo
cratic state ticket by good round majorities.
Everywhere he went he found the people
alive and determined on a change of admin
istration. He says the democrats wherever
he has been are feeling splendidly and con
fident of success. Mr. Oberly is among the
best speakers in the state, and begins an
other long list of appointments next week."
Yesterday while tho horse and buggy
of Messrs. Patier & Co., was standing in
front of their business place,a negro woman
jumped iuto the buggy, and laying the
whip to tho horse drove him up the avenue
at a break-neck ppeed. The people who
were standing about, expected to see the
buggy broken to splinters at every moment
and put after her on foot as best they
could, while several of the clerks of tho
house mounted horses which were standing
in front of the store and put after her. They
overtook her a littlo this side ot the box fac
tory and she proved to be the
same woman who had been confined in
our county jail on tho supposition that she
wa lusano not long Bince. She was arrest
ed by Squire Osborn and conveyed to the
county jail, but not without much difficulty.
At the corner of Nineteenth and Poplar
the positively refused to go any further and
the assistance of, the colored blacksmith,
whose shop is at the corner, wm required
bcfoiM she cnild nt all be moved from the
spot. It appear that she is only occasion
ally subject to these crazy fits, but when
they do como upon her, she is entirely un
conscious of what sho does and apt to do
serious injury to property and life. She
should bo sent to the nsyluin for the
Tho News persists in laying upon the
shoulders of Providence all the blame that
Mr. Nellis has incurred through his wilfull
failure to carry out his engagements with
tho city. It attempts to deceive the people
by shifting the responsibility for the pres
cnt incomplete state of Eighth street, from
Mr. Nellis onto the "governor of all," and
by drawing tho public displeasure that
rests justly upon tho head of the man who
signed tho contract with the city council,
upon that ot tho Supreme Being. This is very
convenient, and has ever been resortod to by
persons who could uot justify their actions
before tho bar of public opinion. But in
this case, as in most all other, this dodge
will not work. Providence does not shield
Mr. Nellis against the accusations of his
own conscience and of the stern facts. It
is known that, at a certain season of the
year the Ohio river is too low at the chain
to permit the largest boats to pass over it,
and it is also known that when the Ohio
river falls above here it is bound to fall
here in the course of a certain time. This is
established by experience, and it is all that
we need consider in this discussion. Pro
vidence has done this season only what it
does every season, and what Mr. Nellis
must have foreseen it would do, as did
others, who urged him to bring down the
gravel that his contract with the city de
manded he should bring down. The News is
mistaken when it says that "we are troubled
because Providence has seen fit not to favor
our city." We are not, like the editor of the
News, complaining against Providence, but
we place the responsibility where it rightly
belongs. The fact is Providence has
thrown no barrier whatever in the way of
Mr. Nellis; for the water has been, and
is even now, high enough to permit Mr.
Nellis to briug a good-sized "barge, loaded
with gravel, over the chain and land it at
our wharf. Hence it is not only ridicu
lous but grossly unjust to charjje Sir.
Nellis' wilfull neglect to supernatural pow-
er, and our neighbor with the quill may
rest assurred that the people know whom
to blame for the existing state of affairs and
will not be mislead by his sophistry. The
News admits that Eighth street is in a bad
condition and need reparing, but S'ys
that it was no better before the hard crus:
was taken off; that other streets need
gravel as much as it does, and that if the
council had decided to place gravel on
Ninth street, the merchants on Eighth
would have had to be satisfied. Strange
reasoning this for a man of good com
mon sense. Does the fact that
the street was bail before
the city council decided to improve it, or
that other streets need gravel so much a
it does, or that if the council had decided
to have Ninth instead of Eighth street
graveled Joes any of these things, or all
of them together, absolve Mr. Nellis from
the obligations to tho city incurred by him
when ho placed his signature upon the
legal document known as his contract with
the city? What if the street was in a bad
condition before Mr. Nellis signed the con
tract to furnish material lor its improve
ment? What if other streets do need
gravel as much as does Eighsh street?
What if the council could have decided to
improve Ninth or any other street in.-tead
of Eighth street? What has all this to do
with the fact t;,e stern, immutible fact
that tho city council did decide to "ravil
Eighth street; that Mr. Nellis did bind
himself to furnish the necessary gravel;
that he could have furnished it long ago
and can furnish it now, but that he failed
to perform his duty, and that iu conse
quence of such failure the residents along
Eighth street must suffer pecuniarily and
otherwise during the entire winter!
ST. LOCK FAIR AND EXPOSITION.
OCTOBER iTH TO !'TH, 1UH0.
The Illinois Central R. H. will sell ex
cursion tickets Cairo to St, Louis and return
at 7. 20 (otic and one-third fare for round
trip.) Will commence sa:.j of tickets,
Saturday, October 2d. Good to return until
October llth. inclusive. This is the only
lino running three daily trains through to
the union depot in St. Louis.
J. II. Jones, J. Johnson.
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS R. R.
(IIIEATLY II EDUCED HATES TO HIE ST. I.0UIS
Tickets will be placed an sale October
2nd good to return until October llth.
This is the only road running an all day
light train between Cairo ond St. Lcuiu. -
Train leaves corner Second street and
Ohio Levee 8:4" a. m., arrives St.
Louis 5:20 p. m. Our omnibuses deliver
passengers and baggage in St. Louis, tree
J. A. Nauole, L. M. Johnson,
Ai:ent. Gen'l Manager.
It is no vile drugged stuff, pretending to
be made of wonderful futeign roots, barks,
etc., ami puffed up by long bogus certifi
cates of pretended miraculous cures, but a
simple, pure, effective medicine, made of
well known valuable Veinedies, that fur
nishes its own certificates by its cures. We
refer to Hop Bitters, the purest and best of
medicines. See another column. Repub
t'AUTEii's Little Liver Pills are free from
all crude and Irritating matter. Concert
trued niudichie only; veiy small; v:ry easy
to tali'.' ; no pilo ; no griping.
Cairo, III., October Ctii, 18S0,
To My Friends:
T DESIRE to announce that I will offer this season a
-1" stock of
Men's Youths' and
That I feel confident will merit your closest attention.
My Stock, as heretofore, will embrace the Newest De
signs anil Styles, especially manufactured to meet the re
quirements of those appreciating first-class honestly-made
Clothing. The reputation of my
being fully established, I deem
further claim, but refer you to
the above. And they are found
pie of Cairo and vicinity.
Hammei'slough Bros., Broadway Cnstom
Roh't Davie.s & Co. and I. L. Lowery &
Thanking yon tor past favors and
61 Ohio Levee.
MATRIM0N I AL ADVEUTIS EM EXT.
Wh, tlic ;iuiliTslt:nt'ii,
Wmilinu a Irhu,
fipt'Hk t Lrou'h '. 112 ISi ueiin,
To let the world knew.
One llmt we faucy iiioi-t
Nih iI uot lime '"nt jlv,"
Hut fine itittj.le tuul,
Color and torn;.
All tin- cv-orifi4
Should be utrlnly hotflu crown.
Eves l.eri' we botutu
Kittlx-r like liluc.
1)1 ack uot un oliptaclu.
Hutt'l would do.
Noih of tin Uruclan type
N t to Hi-cm proud,'
Sonid link' lulitu If
Fiur that' j;iei:Mc,
Plump, nut tiot ft.
Ktei'M clear of urnudneff,
Couldu't ntnnd tat.
(in let and lady like.
DreSfc with tnite.
Neut little wain:.
Sphere of homo duties her
Common accompli iinn;nt,
Hut, In a word.
Thou; of the il-ef :l kjf.,1
real y pr. ferr.-d.
Little I). 1 iiiui(.:il,
Abie to mil ir.
T: at Bort of Hi t..'.
C'hbtty and rortabn.
I.Ike a Cl'a".
I'lea-aut to old piople
I'a aud mam.
Oeulie and k Dd;
Teach iu the Su r.ility- ::.oi
II h' a mild
Lady of ma ta'Tip
Wautini; a l-aa.
Strictly in r.itfld'-cre
Should let n khvw.
I). J. Folev,
Will 1'. Smyth.
l'hil C. r,rc,:i;..
A brum I a :;:'.. '
Joseph E. U Jr
Alouz ) 1'. Daniel-.
Eugene E" Ellis.
Jolm P. Feitii.
Richard J. Flowers.
ft wren M. Eraser,
Oeo. M. F:v.
Wm. P. Hiiri.,,
Will E. Hc-ndritki,
Jno. P. Uoij'uu,
Wm. U. Jackson.
Frank E. Kendall,
Jfewtou M. Kent,
Will E. Liucra'ai.,
Frank i. Metcalf.
Sir Guy Murse,
Thos. J. O'Lauijhliu.
Geo. E. O'llarrn,
Edward G. Pink,
John D. Sanders
Wm. R. Smith, jr.
Walter E. Speai,
Frank M. Walker,
Edwin II. White,
Will L. Winaiis,
Paul H. 9chuh,
Ditto with tiu,
1 a tor would win,
it unnecessary to make any
(hose who will substantiate
imionjr the best dressed ueo
- iwule Clothing-.
John B. Stetson 4 Co., Celebrated Hat.
Co., Fine Neck and Underwear.
& Wedislers' Famous Mauhataii Shirt.
soliciting - a continuance, I am
Ur, A. MANX.
Tlie Bos Clothier.
A I'K'TUIIF. OF CAI1IO. ETC,
HIIAWN HtOM Tilt IMAGINATION. bV AN
AITRLCIATIYE ItKADl.ll Of TUL Ul'LLK
HN. WHO KEr-ILiti IN PITTsCl'ltO, I'KNN
KVI.VANIA. Eunoi; Uclletix Your welcome paper
fctill continues to arrive n tiui.-, thinks to
U. Sam 'in i steam pow, r. Every time I
read its extents I aure y.u that ivery
pflptr is rea l, not merely .'larked at and
thr.'wn a-i !. I wonderhow it is possible for
so much lows nod to many witty fiiins t
d'Uie out oi'E'vpt. The writer has always
un Ilt-:.i that -E,'ypt" was a dark place,
''lurk a; Egyptian darkness" l.t-irii a mas-i::ia-o;ins
Methuselah. How I should
like to viit you in your '"sanctum sar.cto
rut.;;" should txpi-ctyou to invite u.e to
ride with you around your beautiful city
beautiful 11 must be. for uo such paper as
The Bvi.Ltim could be issued from an of
ficedevoi i of beautiful burrnundin's tid
ir.li iuceii.e to vour lady friends. Whisper
it. I am a bachelor, my imagination has
conjure i u; a pictur.- of Cairo, which is
just v.'lut I shall csp-.-c: to see if it i- ever
i..y '4 1 f-dtuae to visit it. I can imagine
t:i cr. the summit i t ti beautiful sucar
l"a:hii. 0' m.ttir.taia whoso sides rise ifrace
:y upw.ir 1
irf ::i cnt n p-.ur
t of til: Ci 111-
f almut Cftei-n
ts rut.;ii:; at
p.e si I'. walKS,
down on a city 1
t;i-ui.,:,,l er,!j;3 with its strt.
riirht am:ic. wi ic H k'-stt
strei t 1 imp? 1 -a every corner t libt the
ui-uy w.ir;der r o:j his vr her way, church
sr.ires pointing hcavtnw.ar is, beiutii'ui resi
denies s'.irroun led by spacious yar U. and
h border of different
f.lliiiL' the a;r with sweet
perfume. But the most beautiful of all tLe
beauties u; ou which I gaze t'rio my look
ut are the hills, surrounding this inclosed
paradise. Their trees covered with foliage,
while tile rocks show their pray granite
fices litre a:;d there, presenting a beauti
ful contrast to the green of the forest. N.,w,
Mi.Elitnr, has my imagination deceived
me: If so, pleus;.- write me a personal leth r,
informing me of the fact and tell me just
how Cairo looks. I suy, ''Write me a loin;
personal le'ter." for the simple reason that
editors have an abundance of leisure time
1:1 which to impart all nece.-siiry ir.lerma
ti..n to their subscribers. Wc expect it and
feci personally insulted if wc don't get if.
"Politics" is of no account here, what
ever wc are, all men, women and children
for Hancock and English, and were it not
for campaign speeches sent us through the
mails by sonic Republican gore-heads, we
shouldn't know that Garflul l aa i Arthur
had any followers. What few they may
have we are satislie 1 are after the "loaves
and fishes." Convince them that they have
no possible chance of getting them, and the
Republican, party will bejbut a thing of the '
Continue your noble light for the right
it will triumph ia the end and may you be
as financially successful as you ure morally
and politically, is the wiidi of
Yours very truly,
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P'lr'l.aihii". utidj'.iit what ia wanted for tho run
c f Job. pamphiet and other work In una'.l tow tn.
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