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Y JJOJIN II. OBEHLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SEPTEMBER 1870.
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Kroin tlicA'Mlfts'of IhrnorrAlle Congrininen.J
l-cl Hicrole inMllsHCiifloiiMlMnt minor
mailers t no time lout In discussion
ol" dead uveitis: no mnnlft'slaHon of
narrow or pro.crlptl vo fcellngf no
Mu-rlllcoor lliocrttisolo grainy per
sonal ambition or rpsentmoiil.
mil COSHKBHJ RTATK-AT-I.AllOn,
JKN. WII.MAM II. AXimilSO.Y,
Of Jwrmon Cotmlj.
OI feintamon (Viunty,
JOIt fH'I'rflllNTKKIIKKT Of l'UJIUC IXSTtfC-
OH a km: r:i.NK,
of 1'eorlA Conntr.
roil PEN'ITn.VTIAUT COMMISSION!!, (LOXll
UK.V. fllA.N'CINT. SIirtlMAST,
Of Cook County.
VOIl fK.VlTltNTlAUV COM MIHSIOKKH, (SHOUT
Uf Adatna Comity,
con coNonxsH xiiitii district,
'ILi, .IOI1X.M. CURBS, of Whllt V.
run ikxator, Iit whtkict,
M. K. CIIIIKON, or Uallatin Comity.
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t'OIl Ilia itUfcKSITATI VK llT UISTUICT,
II. WATMlJf WKIIB.
AI.KXASDfflH H, IHVIN.
JOHN II, tlOANMAN.
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Hon. T. A. E. Halcomb'M Appointment,
Hon. TBfm A.K. Hrdeomb, Ivinwmtls can-
It.l tlo fnr Dm (Male Finale, wilt apeak at the fol
I wins Umoftniiplacnit
Villa Uldfe, l'utakt Co., fkr.t.lMh, at nlglil.
Minimi CU)-, ' srih, "
&ntii, Alexwlfr " " Willi, "
M. tmpolla, Uuw Oct. 4ili,
.New Columbia, Hh, all run.
l. liion kV-uoolHiwic, Jtlwat.cnuulyOct. C.tti
at o'cWU'ji.m.J "?-,..' i ',
New Mieri) Pore coanlyj Oct; Ttb, t S
oVIoi'V', i.rn. " '
(iuKun.lv rnnorouoir'Uci, illi, t 'JoVl.xk .m
I'Iot.1'1 Hlorv,- 1mj counlr, Ocl. lOili at x
oVtb U, h.in.
Kllf.iticihUiwn, iriplfn' county. Oct. lllli. 12
UmiKiiUtKO, Ciall&tiu tountx, tl. I.lli, nt:
i:qullty, Gultitln county, "VI nth t V
Thn nifmUr of Ike NcnntoHil Coininiltto In I
ovli of ilio U)to connUcf, iu wll ax tlm local
lii'iiincrotlq Uimiiilltfti, uHilciuomiutinII mivl
fill nrrtiiionMiiU, jviiJ Ilio j;rHt-t )oiiUu
lml.ligil; o the annmuitrmcnt.
. I'. WHEHtRB,
t'l CU airman Hcnatorbl ComiuilU'C.
can hcarccly think, it possible that
any considerable number of tlio intclii-
Kent fanncw, incchnnics ami laboring
men urSouthcrn Illinois), can bo longer j
humbugguil by llndicai proiuiCH of re
form. Wo lwvc it from tho highest lladical
authority that tho pcoplo of Uto country
pay, in the way of taxed, direct and in
direct, no less than 8S(tO,000.000 an
nually, and tUatof Huh nUnost incon-
eeivably yiut aum, lea than fiOO,-
vw,ujiu yo i into tnorooiuttrflaHury--
tho immcnbalanco goingJto',tire Bup-
iiiiliwtrntitjn, wjio urp prQ,tpolod by low in
plundering tho farmers, mechanics and
laboring mcif of tho country tho iuob
who, in tlio sweat of their browi cat
t'-cir daily bread, -
Dan Munn and othor Radical upir
ants for office proclaim it as a great vir
tuo in tho Radicaj party that it has ro
liovod tho masHo. of ubout ono fiftioth
part of tho taxea it placed upon their
nliouldcra. Thoy also boast of tho fact
that:of tho .9800,000,000 iPaid by tho
pcoplo every year, in tho way of taxos,
tho Radical administration applies about
'8550,000,000 toward tho extinguishment
of tho publio debt I Now wo pretend
to say, and facts will bear us out in tho
assertion, that if tho nfi'aira of tho gov
cumcul lmd kcu honestly nduumstcrcdj
if llndicul revenue collccioru and other
officiulH had not Htolcu millionH and (ciih
of niillioim of tlio peopled money;
if the I'rcfiidcnl had not been indulged
in fuHt hriirofl, and liveried FcrvantH nl
the iiulilic c.tpciiso: if millions of dollar
had not been expended to maintain
Jl'idicil ascendency; fTastouuding waste
and raneahty had not characterized ti
moil every department of the govern
mcnt, the public debt might havo been
reduced to Ic. than 81,500,000,000,
ftinco tho year 18C5, tho ticoplo hav
paid to lladical tax gatherers over three
thouMiud millions of dollar, or a huiii
exceeding, by $250,000,000 tho tola
public debt, at tho close of tho war,
Our debt is $2,500,000,000! Where
then is the $2,7&,0fl0,000, onc? Tho
interest on "the public debt ha
been paid; tho current expenses of tho
government havo been paid, and aLout
ten per centum of the public debt has
been paid I Make all theso allowances,
and Htill there arc millions upon mil
lions of dollars remain to be accounted
fori When the true history of this
administration in written it will be found
that more money has been wiuaudcrcd
waited and stolen, than has been applied
to the payment of the public debt I And
thus wo Jwill learn where tlio balance
has gone to.
Wc have aid, and repeat, that New
Kngland controls the administration;
and while her manufacturers, capitalists,
bankers and bondholders fairly roll in
wealth, the farmers, aaccmtMca and la
borers of the Wcstand Booth are weighed
down and itimorcnsacd bv taxation.
Ohio is one of the great agricultural
and wool growing States of the Union,
aud, until New hngland commenced
legislating for the country, those inter
ests were most-prosperous and success
ful. Under the influence of Radical
laws, however, they are languishing, and
arc no longer profitable: Excessive tax
ation on wool has reduced the number
of i-hecp, iu Ohio, over ono million in a
single year,:md if New England, through
tho Hnilicrl party, continues to govern
the country, tho wool-growing interest
thero will soon be taxed out of exist
The woalth aud tho capital of tho
country is locked up in United State
bono, lwnrnif gold intercH, o& which
not a dollar of taxc is paid. But every
article tho poor man lixi,who is not able
to invest in that kind of stock, is taxed
his industry, his little capital, his
house, his few acres and bis production.
IIo it is that is paying with the toiling
sweat of his labor our ponderous national
debt, whilo the capitalist is compla
cently taking hh case on his gold-pay
And yet with unblushing effrontery,
the farmers aud laborers of the country
arc nsl h1 to perpetuato this state of
Wo caunot, wo ic!ll not
believe that they will do
so; fjut that tlioy will ally them
solves with tho Democratic party, and,
through its succcs.4, bo relieved from
New Kngland domination, and nil the
burdens and curses imposed upon them
by Radical legislation.
COL. CJiEItST VOTE.
Whon tho Schenck Tax Dill was put
upon iu jvissago in tho House, Colonel
Crebs voled "Ayo." Tho bill was sub
sequently referred to a Conference com
lnittetyiiid when returned to the IIou.h,
no less than seventy pages had beou
Ktricken out. Wall Street brokers had
been relieved of hundreds of thousands
of dollars of taxation, and quito all tho
changes mado wore iu favor of tho rich
man. When tlio question was tut:
'Will tho houso accept tho report of tho
'onferoneo-.eorallittoo?,, it waawcll
undoMmod. and Bfl .tntadhwihA fln.kr
tho houso refused to accept tho
rcport tho cffcet wonld Jtfl
enco back to tho sarao or aa
other committee. With this un
dorstanding, and in tho hopo that,
many obnoxious featurcsjof tho measure
might be modiiod, Colonel Crebs voted,
not against tho BUI, as Nr. Munn nays,
but against receiving tho report of the
There is no. ait honett Radical In
Southern Illinois .who has examined
tho records of tho last Congress, who
will deny that tho foregoing is a truo
showing of Col. Crebs' votes on tho so
called Sohonck bill; aud thoro is not a
Radical auywhoro, honest orj dishonest,
who will have thoclfrouteryto pay that,
had every voto in tho IIouso beou, as
Col. Crebs' was, against receiving tho
report of tho CcuiVrcucQ coiamittoo, the
effect would have been the defeat of tho
measure. Of tho truth of cither propo
sition wc challenge honest denial.
A HAl'VY RIDDANCE.
The Democratic party in Cairo is
happily rid of thr.o or four members of
which tho "anti-Webbito" who recently
figured in the Cairo Sun, is a fair Mm
plo. During tho past five years these
individuals have been tho banc of the
party. They were always finding fault.
The nominees of the party never suited
them and, consequently, the party was
going to pieces. They always toted a
scratched ticket, and nearly always con
federated with Radicals to defeat some
Democrat who had excited their person
al displeasure. They were, in short,
mischief makers, chronic soreheads,
and unfailing bolters. That $uck men
should leave the Be woe rati party, b4
avow tnomseivcs linmcais, is a fact tnat
.a a a . .
redounds greatly to tho harmony; unity
and strength of tho party. Wc arc, we
'il a 1 M ! .1 t
rvpcai, unjipiiy riu oi incm, ana nope
they may never again even pretend that
they belong to the Democratic party.
Scores of substantial men "who have,
hitherto, acted with the Republicans,
are now nith us, and we en afford,
therefore, to tarn over to the Radical,
the torn that havo ho long annoyed the
party in Alexander coanty. Thai they
may stay where they are, in the with of
every Democrat in the county.
A NEW BURDEN.
There arc no less than four hundred'
negro children in Cairo, who mast, if the
Radical theory be carried into practice,
be educated at tho expense of the pub
lic. Tho cost will bo about 110,000
per annum. Ln tout large nn, too
property owned by negro parents will
not pay 1100 possibly not 150. Tho
balance, of course, must bo collected
from tho white population. There arc,
in Cairo, at least ono hundred Radicals
who avow themselves as irreconcilably
hostile to uch a measure ; yet, by vot
ing tho Radical ticket they do as much
to enforce it as its most earnest advo
cates. Tho education of the black children
of Cairo will exactly double our aehool
taxes will necessitate a levy of one
dollar on every ana hundred dollars
worth of property iu the city. If the
lack parents demand tupenor facilities
for tho education of their children, and
the Radical party is in power, tho do
mand will be acceded to. In thai event
our taxes will doubtless amount to
dollar and a half on tho hundred.
DeuocraU gentlemen of tho Radical
pursuasiou what think you of the
HOSTILE TO WESTERN INTER
ESTS. It is scarcely necessary to urgo that
tho principles of tho Radical party
aro hostile to the interests of tho
West;" but tho evidence of tho ftiot
is so palpable in tho Resolutions' of
tho late New York Radical State Con
cntion, that wc cannot repress the in
cliuation to refer to it.
At tho bidding of tho capitalist tho
convention declared for an inercaso of
tolls on tho New York aud Krio caual
demanded that tho farmers of tho North
west who find market for their surplus
produeU in the Kavt, shall pay still
grater tributo to that sootion-iBf tho
In this connection we present a lot
tcr addressed to Roacoo Conkling, a
well known Radical of Buffalo, by Mr.
Joseph Carloy, also a Radical, hut a
friend of the liberal commercial policy
so persistently urged by tbo Now York
Democracy and so violontly opposed by
tho Radicals. "N.P political ties,"
observes Mr. Carlcy, ought to prevent
inuBu cngaipM. u wiuBwrxHi pursuiisr
from exerting their mffueavee to prevent
.a. i . A. .ft-J .
ine iKn ui atcaut uui awiseil HI
their prosperity and prolongs their
agony of impoverishment." W are
eesifideat Mr.Cajdey doas,DtH ffnt
the ease when he predWts that "tho
Republican vote will bo lessened' this
auvasa 45,0(M.of 60,000 fw the tm
that tho usual iuterest has' been hjr I the
(Radical) Coareatioa practically , ig.
norcd, amd, if mentionod at all, de-'
lion. Rewoe Conkling, Ullca, M. T. 4 J
DfAn Sir I am extremely awry i to
i on tho eommerc
wane ytu mi iiuf
(Saratoga) Oonvontlon on the' eommercial
intoretti of Now York aro diiannrovod of
bore, and Republicans hqro aro mortified
and ohagrinod at tho courso taken by the
Committee on Resolutions. The fact Is.
that men ongsged In commercial pursuits
on tho laks and canals, havo, for tho past
Uvo or eU yoars, asked for Uto reduction o
tolli and tho abolition' Jof lho rotten con
tract syitom. ThoDenocrati wore shrewd
enough to know that layering thews meas
ure would insure to tk4ni largo benefits in
tho way of votot, from ' class that would
control from 50,000 to 7S.OOO voton, teat'
composed of Republicans In politics. That
fact it what gave ui tho benefit of lait win
ter's ft IcgiiTatlon, Tlio Republican
voto will bo lessoned this cnnvnit
40,000 or 50,000, from tho fsct that
tlio canal Interest has been by tho
Convention prntically Ignored, und, if
montioncd, Jenouncod, Wo do not likev
thit and would inform you for I dttlro to
keep you posted) that it will create Meh
demoralization in tbo. party alont; tho
lino of tho Eria canal as wllUnmvoDlnion.
endanger the success of tbo tlckot nomi
nated at Saratoga. Mr. Nolion'i friends
will not permit Bin to bold his place on
tbo tlckot. as, the tlckot is foredoomed.'
Xbro will be cooimercisi union meetings
bold all of cr tbo State no doubt to dV
nounco tbls management, and no officials
can prevent taeea cncsiredln commercial
pufiiiLte front exerting their influence to
iivtuui iuv ouwv. a v. n bivftvi Mia p.i ik,
at their prosperity and prolong' their
a art tf "ITTenhment. - - Wo hare
suffered borond endurance, and will now
ao wtuiwo win win tcnomour interests,
although done with a great deal of com
punction an! reluctance.
Trulv vour friend.
, JOSEl'H CARLKY.
JOBS A. LOGAN AND ,TUR "SOL
The Soldiers' Friend is what its name
indicateV a warm friend 6f'tb Sol
diers journal ever alive to. tho rights
of that numerous aaddeeerring eUae of
eitiicns. Ita editor, although s RaqieuJ,
MlMucstnad outHficufi BMafjvo
wilj Jiot permit party fealty to htind
him'ksto the rSfentsiSj'inet-itaVttliat
class of citiiew for whoaa he(speakf
Whafhe niya'of Gen. Logan in the fol-
lowing extract, he means:
"We deeply rs ret that Gen: Lenn has)
accoptod a ro-nomlnation for coronas, had
that he was so fxllh as to doetare that he
was aUe ai enndfda ftr tho.UlMfed SUlei
senate. Oca. ogan hating fcl tared durinsj
tho unt congress, cannot expect the supl
port, of tho bovs la blue. lie not only
tuned againti tbe regular amy, ibutsjlio'
turned hb back on tho pensioners and the
aefcle 'Up discharged feriosei! Hu
gave all his lafluoace for thorpenslon
agonu, and neglected to report; and, tbus
killed the bills to giro bounty to tho poor
oiuicn uiacoargeu lor uikeaso, anu tuo
men discharged For promotion. Lot John
A. Locan be tent back to privatclife."
ii iauswi u ue seen tiiai as L.oaa
piayou traitor to nit conredcrato soldlors
also traitor tofthe federal toldiers alter tbo
Tbo same paper saya furthor:
"We aik 'politicians to 'shoot the Issue,
and tell us why Logan pocketed and thus
defeated the bill to give bounty to tho mem
dkehaviied. for dkto7. JfhrJuMa
uocketod aud defeated, tho. bill to give
hounty land to 'every toWierr' KVhyJL.,
gan pockotod and defeats the; bill to give
remaining instalments of bounty to men
Why the senato rofusod to
organise tho rlgb'.s of the poor soldiers of
1812 toDcnahmsT whvth
onsIonsT Why tho sonato defeat-.
ed ho biirauthorlstng tho aeoountlng of.
ficos to pay the bounty which tbe supremo
court declared to be due? Whv tbe sen
ato .refused, to equaliso the bounties of
soldiers r and wny coneress reruiea, to
recogniao tbo right of colored soUiers to
tbe bounty withhold from them on account
of their having been borne on tho rolls as
slavei?" ' p 5 V
DON PIATT ON THE RADICALS.
Don Piatt, of Ohio, is ono of tho.
moMt respectable and talonted, mon of
tho Radical party, and his words aro
entirely worthy of a place in tho records
of truth. Iu a late letter to the Cin
cinnati Commercial he said:
"Wo havo n corrunt Cuiiltii. a tlu-
nid Executive, and tho only arm of thy
uovornmont that remains pure i tho
Supremo Court, and that a l'roiidcnt
hu sought to nnck with creatures of his
own, and tho Sonuto strives to destroy."
UOWTIiaNOTK WAS II ELK. It ! Oil
old story, but refreshing, In thctodnys, fur
for its simplo-hcartod honesty and neigh
borly faith, that Is told of tho two honcU
Pennsylvania Dutch farmers:
Ham had occasion; to tno a hundred dol
lars, and upuliod to. his ncighler Fritz.
IIo said: "I want a .hundred dolUri for
throe months." ' "l'vo got It, aud you shall
havo jt, nolghbor . Jlaai," Tho coin was
duly counted out 'and , placed In Hani's
couch, when ho happened to remember it
.was. customary ,Ja, such, .cases te. civ
a note, aud iono was 4r written,
out in duo formf "For' valuo
reclved, I promise to pay," eU' Neither
party bad'any deaaito idea what snirara
Wyoft with :tho doenmentf bV after
eeoiitaUea.Frlt the leader, settlod'
uVjutUfiletvt 'Nelphbor Hsiis.j pu)must
keen the note, so that vou will know v
snweenej Jmidred, doflar ...When ftbe
three moalhi fad!elafiedthe monoy wa's
aery returned, ana tup poini,ai io ine ais;
domim tRiaaiaanuioaaiaup, "nuiwa
bor Frits," said llans, "you muit kooptAA.
smb new; so'tAAcyoueww.BBWtuper:, sua
owe yoa , hiuUaod dellars and have pajjt
mmt UUo.searcoiy percantiwf reuuotion,
or tne public aeot, as an oviuonoo o tae
Fudenoaand ecotiomy'of. JW 'pracnl ad-
mlnktratlon, Of tlteiWwat paid Into
...... J", .'w ., ,'-.,A 'i.EL -ill..
uie aanos oiino. sunni gMioi
eye thkty waVI alotttlW000 P
plle4lto' asiVHe debt. Of the equal, or
gttiXi iuailhat ft squandered aad stolen,
tho assM papers do not say a ilnglo word..
The sum total of Radical stealipk U fully
equal to the Mai reductioa. of the publio
debt. Koiwithstandlng the efforts tof tho
party to cover up tho rascality of Its sor-
vaais, uig aaittci of thrco uuadrod and
Junk their millions orlliapcoplu'g monoy
ave ec toMigX'a iate1"FTho
villainy yot to bo exposed will provo
lh9Tho llttlo Radical "liobdomodali" of
Egyptian In extaclct of delight bocauso
tho ltadteal joHgross has taken oh eighty
of tho eight hundred millions of dollars of
taxes it impoiod upon tno people. This is
a wonderful relief is about as generous as
the thiof was who stole his neighbor's horso,
nnd being seised with violent. compuac
lions of.consclcncc, brought back tbo hal
Alexaader Awrdd One RcprcscnU
rlaakl aaial IwM im a SUtrlet
wllk CM Beaweseutatlro.
Tho following is tho apportionment
mado by tho Governor and Bocretary of
Btate Tho entiro population .or HUte
is 1,059,410: i Tho full ratio is. 10532, thrco
nfths of which is0,919, and upon thle Luis
tho apportionment was made. Counties
having throc-fifthi org tntltlcd' to ene
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The War Poetry t UermaNy.
(r'toin llin Kvw York Tnnoa.
Waller, or soino other Juglbh poet,
ssys that "every conuueror crealoa; a
mine:" and King William of l'ruula
seems to havo inudo a good many of them
within the last couplo .of, months. The
author of tho " WacfU, im , Rtetti' , woke
ono morning lately, unci found himself Ta-
moui tno whole uerman army lingua;
moui tno whole uerman army singi
his song that boglrls-With-t-.i ' ( f f
Kh bnuiat euThnf wlc,Iemiorball ; I i
Wla Scheerftjeklirr uit W'gtlT(Mlf
and onda with
Kafrt nuyt tbtU rct, lev (allioilanj of inlnf
Tt iUn.ln aniwu Nir OaitrU ( ilHiMlili
The song is ahtipre,oaAt etWuarh-isll
tho more u liable, porhupa, for soldiers' to
iRutr ..,it.M ..!.-. .cmthe
sVrprlilng that Whfitorfcromaijtla
treubadou rs , , . of i the , . jfathprland ,
oreventhetsvmaathlsaBE. JvrliU or but
pwu country, havo not iHAhorfrtrTtbem M
,wltldl the dungeon koon or Kytrhauser
maueslHjtlil r.,-very.'tiiieir inat -rtno
ma cwie,-J. Wd
Ifarne airrees- Uer-aiao.iWhavv knows T
tuwu, gets pu .oa .
eeurse, tnthe direction
.takea bv. tho ra.
veas. These latt are ktnewed birds of) tho
Blaek Eagle in color, a leant .and tho
anoleRi,Jtra,tenburg- war ;ef 'ejaA. I
soa itkauluat the service t the eeurt
poels of iTusila. It'woaW be sure W meet
tbo poetical aaprehatlea of KLng Wi)Uam
hlm'elf, wIv7m P10 "U9
WsrIMb ? i (et i aee me lj
rittsuHtaweOaiy a tM 1
H'wfXrrf "f trnrr; tr'r f ,'TTfiTj f
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lultheaa.very well, . " R Q
This Is sJWher,' a lad of Idea ,thfj
enauUeaiii - -- - -- ' Ivrlo. land
rather likes the Idea of a reatorod Katior
)f UNfnOhit aenjelUnlIoheB.
Ky maySkWdrthe tm
time to cool dowa,k Sk eensWeratlon of
anothnr Mi1ii mk nuv hrlnv lha
poetry lu the end to the hard ewetdiUoas of
D. P. Parker.
pABKER it It LAKE.
WHITE LUD.lfflC, OILS
Wlndewkss s4 pvtty.
BvatsMes, Wall Paper, WiM4Uw ah t,
wh OniO IdCTEE,
Cairo - - - Illinois
aaarapiesa aw. '-. "
w. nfaLOT. ifaeiataaran.1 Treeaurer.
IC II. CUNNIROHAM. W. P. HALI4UAY,
i. is. ruiiiiiim. v( T
Bpll t ajr Aameaat Received freua
mij onpaeiaa aiaea oi wrrtxmu
tnMunk 1 ) a4 b9K Ut. Silt
u sMteet not wRkmea MadaVat immctlakhf.tu
the trincim! of IfiedepOilU', oicrti.y givMiUiein
MjUtri Whruuie1 Chllelren
HO OHBC BLauB CAST DRAW IT.
Open ewityheslaeia da from 9 ajn.to 3 p.m.
urHaturdar ;niat 5rr8AVIlM DBPUHITS
oaly, from o to .. -ii m-j fl
FIRST MTIOIUL BANK
t? Jb.XXI.'O. i
. AW.I.KB, Wlee.rs-ee.1
. KCBHBBJ, CeweMev.
W. P. Matt.lPAT, Tsaalla4il h "
a. uimkwrmmm, eiejiiieiri .0 '
WAItTBm m VabUP, Aselstaat Cashier,
" ""DIKECTOatS. - '
KtsataTajler , W P. Halllday,
eett Wkltf . j " " JUkt. H. CeaeleihSM
a. U. KlUlamtee. KUhe Hlrd
A. B. HaVor. C. i
KxeiliiiUBTe, Coin and
' nnd HoM.
Z9eX3oaalt9aw XY. ooolvoct
A X B a e
A CIRWBBAS. ABWIBU aiMMMNN
1 Um Uc U Kl lh saw and fuJiiuiiitble
Umxmm Hadr Rats
iw rail - .
1 'mii Ki
llHtx aui4 Kiel
Ua.loyM.lf for avitool uirla
WeAtBi sleaVatav lUsaaaw. satal
m adiV3 Xy.iROiWTO. aaia
tftffT&ttfpiny thVKiw or ut
unlllC-iiilluhBr-olHWUMJ W rwi waai
UCH t!l.TKHa.aaa4il, t '
,i, MAXUZ&XiA 1
tAftfOtPw BaHMtaBi da 1
n wiuo uiti:
I II IS.
-1 l J
- . 1 I sftsLeawaa
, 'HI v.J'i tll ei- a. 1 -- .
Ull l npiivama ?
Thflilcmonil for Cliartor Oak, Cli allontrn an.l
KTCnlnf Htar HUitoi h.. nmmn .A nimlli nl l it,.
thai wo ha to nut ftlloj orilurx m nromplly m iI.
rauiii dui iimni now niirwl the UMliitnncn
ui Koirwr ntoio roimJnr. '
wo aliall licrfrorur
lilItis?", rfo-jiwuon of tu hiotc aiTo
ui vt i..Kii..r.HA .....
virLZS ,.X?X: n'.'. ".etewra wiiiwat iiciay.
We woul.1 cjlllhfi attention nrthoinlioiitTiir
rhanlmr, to tho inrH na wpulrlty of all of
Ihtaa iSiotja. No bctkt eTl4eii.'u of their lalrln.in
raorit can bo otlurea than aaUtomrat of thx tiwt,
that after IS years nM andlwiB.ut.i io..;
Ulna I Bjn.1 oflocalrll.., aaj to tho muni
liUMrajxl dotermlaeil nonotltinn n,i ...,i,i i.
iarantod, that llicy ore to-day, tho
Jfest Pf)Rlar Hteves la the Market.
and have girrn snch laiisfacllon thai Uto dmnl
is greater lhaa ever.
If tou waat Ibe
BEST COOKING STOTE FOS WOOD
buy the CIIAttTBU OAK.
If you want' the
DEST COOK1NO HTOVE FOB" COAL
buy the CUALLEftrjE.
If you want tho
Neatest k Best Sheet-Ire Parlor Stove
Ycrmiulo.ijiiy Uio EVKMNfl BTAlt.
80I.D JIV .....
EXCELSIOR MAKUFACTintlNH CO.,
Alt ail N. Main Htreet,
PUMTIH Of Tn BLOOS,
It O W JTmntWi TonU and Pr
mtr f MmHh itr ttttmnt. ItU
a JiseeaaVu and tun tun fsr JJt.
MtUftmStHtim evs U iimut tj
HtfmOd md ddkUM Imtit.
mtM & Amt mdi tk
tr Mav CJUUk m tmdloJmmlt U
ilturtcurtr Hfmd CUt, Criftng
2Z t B9Uketahfam wi'lalali
HIS OWN MILLER
CRIST , MILLS
For haa.nir power iip,rnginrf in price from
lijo U) tl.5 hieapmsir Uf'
ii to 20 Bushels Per Hour.
Tlii'MfMlHaar" very airMirf and dilrU, im.l
leuuirv wy ""lu pvr teatUe w. fcach lco
Jin v mmJ lUii r
.1 V---B;-ers-' t '-rn V -r
J.Y1. x.r-a .1 i
g:tj-ie U duredjaud will mc.ru
Savw fif Frka Evtrv 9w.
' WualaoiuakuiwQalaoaur Bono Mill'; raiuw;.
T)eMrlpiT Circular furulahed oh appliealiou
Mm aMayaaM aMaaeuataulaK Co.
5 ceafhavrua aib yvtnnai(t:Ti,
& Tnrr ,MaH INNAYli U.
AieaU wanted la every tewu and coiiuty.
DEALER IN FIRtWOUU
! Vn iuir rut.
PpUTanJ .lWcWHlyUh ll.o iry l-o.
OAK m1 IIICKOMY
leave orders aTlfalea's Md Ntaad
at AT TaUl
aaisK4 Ibb'o sa