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HY JOHN II. 0BE11LY
1'ruiii II. o Address of Icmocratlc t'onitcmi,n
I.i't thorobenodisjpmlons ahont minor
matter j no tlmo lost in WmciimIoii
... nv .,., n .
iirtrrtivr itntiiirlnflvA fnAllnr tin
sacrifice of thn miise 1o irraflfr lcr
smul ninhition or resentment.
roK COXOnKSS TATK-XT-t AIHJ E,
uus. tyim.iam u. asohuhos.
Of Jetretson Count),
ron STATU THKASURKK,
OJ Sm;iiirn County.
WU HUrtRINTKKDKNT OK I'UnLIC INsTUi
of IVcirU Countr.
tK I'RS'tTCNTIAttr COslMlsafftXER, (LOXO
4JF.X. Plt.tXCIK T. NlIKIt.MAX,
Of Cook County.
Milt retflTKMTtARYCOHMISSIONXB, ()MHT
Of Adams Count;,
ron coxouxss xitiTti dutkict,
(!,. JOHN M. CIIED.M, of WhIU C
rou kxatoka, 1st distjuct,
. It. aiBMO. ofUallatln County.
rilOMAM A. K. lIOf.COMrJ.of Union Co
rot ItrrKEHEXTATI VK IkT iitmct,
II. WATKOX WKHU.
4lkxaxdi:u II. invix.
JOIIJf II. COMMA.
ONE HUNDRED ACRhS OF DEMO
CRATIC VOTERS I
una hundred acres or Democratic vo
ter, composed ttio mass meeting 1 1 1 1 in
New York city on Friday Uit. It wk
the trcatest political demonstration ovitr
tnudu in ttio I 'nl toil StAte.. Or it onuhun
drtil thuutand Uomucrnti in council I And
ttili tni-ctlnp, in wliltJi ten tliou'Htid )!o
publicAni joined, ii onu of tlio rvfulto of
the tliri'A'.ened nrmcJ interferenco if the
s lmlnlitrttion in tha domeitle fTuin of a
.State. Another remit will be the liirgoii
Democratic nmjoritv ever given in the city
of Now yrk.
The paoplu of tho Northern .Sulci aro
yet free, Mul, in tbo huge tluinomtratlon in
Now York indicatui, will not iubtnli'ivclr
co thuir libortlc troddvn under foot And
their rigliM dvniod them by tbo l'rcldunt
tbclrtcrvant, not thdir niaitsr.
Ono weokfrcm tolay tlio teloroph will
flash to ui tbo glorlout nowi: Now York
Democratic by 7o,000 majority I
GOOD XHU'SI UOOU CUEERll
Vet Virginia, created by an umcrupu
loui Kadic&l ndinlnUtrutlon for Kndiral
end., it nu of thu inventions that return
to plaguo tho inventor. .Sho ha thrown
olf lUdical rule, emerged from Radical
darkucii into tho gloriou light of Ucnio
cratlc day. N'o Democrat In tho land ci
pt'eted inch a awcrplng victory m hu
been achlevod in that .State. Sco what
h.ts bcon donu :
A Democratic Oovtrnor has been clectexl
to iticcecd a Had leal Governor.
A Democratic Secretary of State nill
out a itadicnl Secretary.
Anoverwholmiogly licmooratic hglla
tttre will iticcecd a llndlcal lcgliluture.
A Djmocratiu United Statci .Senator
will bo elected taiuccood a Itadicnl Sens
tor And on tha popular voto tho Democrats
havo rolled up a majority of over ton thou
Think of that, Democrats of Illinois.
Tako heart, and strike for tho redemption
of tlio l'rairio State! Thousands of hottest
men, disgusted and outraged by tbo extrav
agance and corruption, and shameless ex
cuses of It ad leal rulc,havo shaken off their
party shackles, ami will, on Tuesday next,
voto with Democrats to restore tho days of
ligbt taxes, official honesty and an eco
nomical administration of public affairs,
both State and national. Strike hands
with every man who will work and vote
for tho overthrow of lUdicalism; work
yourselves as tho emergency demands, and
Illinois will bo, shall bo redeemed I
ILLINOIS UNDER DEMOCRATIC
AND RADICAL HULK.
Header, have you, nt uuy time, so far
forgottou your duty to yourself and tho
public, as to desiro u contiuunnco of
Radical rulo in Illinois? If you havo,
fortify your.self against a recurrence of
Mich a thing by bearing constantly in
mind that the expenses 'of the Stato
government, from 1858 to 1800 under
Democratic rulo, fell short of 8(100,000 ;
bat from 1800 to 18C2, under Radical
rule, tho expenses exceeded 81,200,000 j
that from 1802 to 18C4, under Demo
cratio rulo, thoy wcro again reducod to
about 3700,000, or moro than a half
million of dollars. Again, in 18G-1 tbo
Radical cauio into power, and during
tho ensuing two, jcani thoy expended
tho enorjiious, sum, of, $1,000,000, or
more thfowico tho. aum oxpended by
a Demomtio JlcfcbilMdro during two
i vears previous, oiiiro mat time tl
Itmticnl party have held undisputed
Hwnv, and now tho expenses of the gov
' eriimcnt exceed thrcr million five Jam
drrd tlmmand dollar every two years
TliChC fuels me obtained from the of.
i (1,.it( re.,ortH r tIH1 iwlcai State
Au,,it0 ld , w ,)C g0(Hl nutiloritJ.
' with Radical voter.
hilesucli unpiirrallolcu ami startling
extravagance exist- is it anv wonder.
that, last year, our State taxed were in
crcacd from ti.'i to 1!10 cents on every
$100 worth of taxahlo property '.' Is it
any wonder that from day to day and
year to year, wo arc kept htrujrgliiitr to
jneot the exaction' of the tax gatherer i
Purely not, and while the Radical party
remain in power no one need hope for
relief, for it will never come.
Foreign Born Voters, K;
mcinbcr! Two vears hlto. in Ciirbondnle. when
t'rfbs was asked bv Jaki; Schneider If be
was a Know-Ncithlni;, be replied by dodg
ing. John M. Crebs was a Know-Notli-inir.
nnd hat b.M-11 nrorcn to bo sucb. hot
lioncst fureiuti'born citizens rcmumbor
this nnd voto against tho man who lias
worn never to mtpport any foreigner for
office, nnd who worked to dl franchise
ove-ry forolgn-Wn citizen. UarbomlaU
Col. ('rebs a Know-Nothing t ".lake
.Schneider" (a mythical being) asked
him if lie wasn't a Know-Nothiug, nnd
therefore he iVa Know. Nothing!
There are in this Congreional district
scores ol men wuo have known toi.
C'reh) from boyhood, who will testify
that he opposed with all the zeal and
ability he iKrses'cd. the aim- of tho
Know-Nothing organization of which
we prove trt-day by sworn testimony, 1.
W. Mitnii wa a bigotted and violent
Mr. Crobt' lather i n German; hii
mother is an Irish woman, ami upon this
fact alone we might rest tho cue.
The father of Col. Crchs is atonnan
Radical, and two years ago voted with
hi party for (Sen. Hatun, Against his.
son. I ).lay nu is earnestly supporting
his Hin, not hecaiiso he has changed
is prditie, hut because ho knows that
Ami Mmm mt mid if A VlOl.r.XT Know-
NdTlliNH. and holds now its he did in
the war IS..." that "TllK OKRMAN
"AND HUSH OK Till; UNITKI)
'STATICS ARK A LOW, LOUSY,
'IGNORANT, HKSOTTKI) lKO-
l'LK, Ul'ON WHOM THK AMKRI-
CAN I'KOI'LK SHOULD NKVKR
CONFKR THK KLKCTIYK FRAN
Dan Muiin's Kiiow-Notli-
Read Tho Proof.
Several days ago we defied Dan
Munn, or any responsible friend of that
gentleman to call upon us for proof
at during tho years 18.ri 1-5-15, he was
Vi'olftit KiwtC'Xotldia and driuntntril
our furclyn lorn citiun at "lawx lazy,
ntnginj, iaiwrant and brtattrd Dutch
Tho proof has not bocu called for,
andwbv? Rocausc tho friends of).
W. Munu knew that it would bo forth-
They knew that in tho town
of Charleston, where Mr. Munn lived,
there nro hundreds of citizens who will
swear that they knew him as :t Know-
Nothing and heard him denounce for
eigners in the most bitter and merciless
Relow wo furnish sworn evidence of
Mr. Muun's Kuow-Nothingism that will
carry conviction to any unprejudiced
mind. Oncol tho uetitlouien whohiirus
10 affidavit, Mr. Rlcw, is said to bo a
German; Mr. C'rany is an Irishman;
Messrs. Crofoot and Duell aro Ameri
cans. Jtcau tlio prool, Uerm.ni and
Irish voters, and then if, on the 8th
day of November any of you chooso to
voto for D. W. Munn, you will do so
with tho full Lnowlcdgo that ho has de
nounced you as " laxy, oisy, ignorant
"and hetotttd people, upon whom the
"American people thould never confer
"the elective franchml"
Chabiuiox, HI , Xoteinborl, 1ST0.
Jon II. Osiair, Knq.i
Wo, the undersigned, citizens of Charles
ton, Illinois, do certify that we wcro well
acquainted with 1). W. Munn while ho
lived In our county, and that wo knew him
to bo a very vlolont and bitter politician.
Ho wroto sovoral lettora for the Charles
ton (Jourier, tho Radical paper publishod
in this city, cither in 1835 or 185C,ln which
ho characterized tho Qormans ami Irish of
tho United States as a "i.qw, i,A,r,
LOURY, IUNOB.ANT AND UKSOTTiCU I'EOPLK,
VfQX WHOM THK AMIRICAN 1K01.K
RKOUI.TI NKVKK CONVKH "XUK MKCTIVK
fkanchisk." 'Wo give not tho prcciso
language ol Mr. Jiunn, out too sum una
substation of what lie did say in ills com
munications. It is not itrungo -Mr. Mnnn
should .'titertain such high nnd txalUd
opinions of tlio forolgncr whon it is notori
ous in this community that he na one of
(he leading light in (he Knme-Nothing or'
pnnization, which fact alone is enough to
damn him or any other man. We under
stand Mr. Jin nn is a candidnto for Con
gress from tho Cairo diHrlct,nnd that ho is
courting tlio Irish and (Jernian vote, with
a great deal of pathos and nflection. Of
course, if the Irhh and German knew the
man nt icell a tee do, they woui.ii si'Ur.N
IIIH 1T.OM TlIEtn rttKSK.NCK WITH LOATH
I Ml AM) CO.VTKMl'T.
.Statk or I i.W.t.voi-, i
Coles County. j M
I, William .Iutico. u .ItHtiee of tho
l'enco In and for said cotintv. do e.irtlfv
that I urn well ucijuaintcd with tho gentle
men who have signed tlio foregoing stnti;
ments of facts, as ueutleinen whose moral
characters arc good, and would not statu
a thing to be true If thov did not bellevii
it. WM.JUSTICil.l. V.
November 1, 1870.
THE HALE HAS NOV KEEN TOLD.
Truth is the only weapon we havo
sought to iho against 1). W. Munn in
the pitibOiit contest, for two reasons:
First, because it is formidable nnd ef
fective ; and secondly, because it is a
wcnxii of tho ue of which ho seems to
be wholly ignorant. If wo havo used it
pcrscveringly nnd ith effect, it is be
cause his personal and official ttntrust-
worthiness has made liiui vulnerable,
and because he has stubbornly invited
our heaviest blows.
Much as wc have said of Mr. Munii'ri
unworthiucss, of his nets and uttnrau
ces, the half has not yet been told. At
the outset we believed him to be n cor
rupt man. ami unworthy ol public
confidence nnd support. That belief
ias been fortified, evidences of I ho
justness of our estimate of tho jikiii
have multiplied, until wo Maud surpri
sed, even appalled at tlio result 1
Wc declare it to bo a facl that we.
inve made no charge against Mr. Munn,
on our own responsibility, of tho truth
of which wc have entertained the slight
est doubt; yet, with Mich charges wo
inve filled column afior column, and
ven page after pjge, without showing
ny signs ol exhaustion. nluminoits
s the record is, the half ha- not been
published ! Acts of treachery and bad
tith; political perfidy; political short
comings, nnd official iniquity have been
publicly charged to hi- account, yet
acts of equal turpitude remain veiled
from tho knowledge of tho public, bo
cait'C in what has already been cxpn.-cd,
tho necessities of the canvass seem sup
plied because enough havo boon un
veiled to assure tho jalojdo that U. W.
Munn is unworthy of their support, and
unfit for the high and responsible po-1
sitiou to which he aspires.
Wo might refer in detail to his re
ported agency in tho rcleacof a negro
kidnapper who was urrestcd and con
fined in this city, by the military wo
refer to Grundy llryant. Wo might
refer to his agency in the work of re
lieving strong, sound and hearty drafted
men nom tuc service. o inigiit reter
to tho reported loss by him of tho dis
charge pnpers of Ike Lee, upon which
tho miserable, poverty stricken old I Inn
Lee, of this city, expected to procure a
bounty. Wo might refer to his reported
appeal to Governor Palmer for execu
tive clumoncy for the bloody desperado,
Rrashicr.- how lie assured tho Governor
that Rrashicrs was innocent ; that he,
Munn, was actuated by no pecuniary
consideration, but through u siueere de
siro to screen the innocent;aud howthat,
when the papers in the case were for
warded, tho Governor found among them
liruthier note for 100 to lie jutid to
MimH in the event that he teeurcd hit
(Rrashicrs') release from the peni(eiti'
aryl To all of these and scores of
other aets and deeds equally discredit
able: and damaging to him as a man and
a lawyer, wo might refer in detail, but
tho sum id' his exposed iniquities is
already so great, that tho public is dis
posed to cry "Forbear 1. his record is
"monstrous enough already !"
(ThaCUrtioailalu Nrw Era having elnuW'l thai
Cot CrU cntasU Wlllliiiiuuii county incoin.
juoy wllh Kontnin II. Albright, a leorUT from
tlio Union army, wo nseut btow aiulemniit
of fnoU Mul u copy o n dlelu.rgo which brai.il
no much ol'lliiclurxe ivrk to (jilcuUfmn
P. "E. Albright wnlistod in tho looth
Roglmont 111'. Vol. InWutry,' volunteered
Augujt) 15th, 15C2. Ills reglmont was
sta'tlonou four miles south of Holly
Springs at tho dato of (Ion. VW l)orns
raid on tho latter place. Albrigh had
been sent, by hU superior officer, to Holly
ILLINOIS, NOVEMBER 3,
Springs, to draw supplies for his regiment
nnd, whllo honestly performing his duty,
was captured.ond paroled. Ho reported to
Captain I. N. Phillips, Provost Marshal
at this place, and whon informed that h
had been properly exchanged, returned
(not under guard, but voluntarily) to his
regiment, then nt Memphis, Tenn. liut
during Mr. Albright's nbsenco on parole,
tho 10'Jtli regiment wn consolidated with
tho 11th Illinois, nnd all tlio officers of the
former regiment, savo Captain b. O. Low.
is nti'l tho two nontenants, Bartlcson and
Calvin, of Co. " JC," discharged. Tho
company books hnd changed hands ; many
of tho 1 OOtli had deserted, and wcro so
marked on tho company books , but Mr.
Albright was not of that number, for op
posite his name was this entry, mndo in
tho handwriting of tho Orderly Sergeant
of Co. "IV
"Captured while in the lino of duty,Do-
ccmber'J0th,18l2, at Holly Springs, Miss. '
When Mr. Albright hud boon exchanged
and returned, ho found tho proper entry
opposite hi" nam.', ''captured," etc., crossed
out, and tho words "deserted," wriltonin a
strange hsnd in its place. Ho tried in vain
to And out tho wretch who had written
this, nnd failing to do so, demanded that a
court martial investigate tho chargo
agaitut him. No proof could bo adduced
to show desertion on his part ; but the tes
timony of MnJ. Samuel O. Iewlt, dipt. It.
it. Ilurtlesou and Lieut. Andrew Calvin,
all of Pulaski county, and all Rrjtublicant,
completely exhoncrated him from tho base
charge, and ho was honorably acquitted.
Hut D. W. Munn and other obtain their
foundation for this charge from the Adju
tant General's report of this Stato, whore
it was copied from tho old books as- above
This chargo was previously made and
tho proof of its falsity furnished by Mr.
Albright, and Munn well knew the charge
tube false when he mndo Itat Carlwndule.
A further evidonso of tho falsity of tho
chargo. wo present below a copy of Mr.
Albrights honorablo discharge, which
every soldier or mnn of sense knows, n dc
'Scrterooiild nut havo obtained.
Tor kll i Loin it iiiij ooiici iu;
Know yw. that Pontain K. Albright,
'Prlvatu of OHiitain Robert H. Uartleon'
'.company, (P.) 11th regiment of Illinois
lomuirv oiiiiiiet'rs, who was enroiieu on
tho lltteenth day of August, ono thousand
eight hundred mid sixty-two, to servo three
year or during tho war, is hcrebv dis
charged from the service of tho United
States, this fourteenth dav of July, 1SC5,
at iiiiton jiongi!, ixiuiHuiiH, nv reason or
instructions front War Department, 0.0.
M. tie, A. Cm. C. S. (N'o objection to his
being,) enllit.nl liiiown to exist,)
SaT'I Fontaln Y,, Albright wasboni In
SImp'on county, in tho.Stato of Kentucky,
is twt'.iiy year of ago, llvo feot seven
inches high, (air complexion, grey oye,
dark hair, and by occupation, wficn en
rolled, a student of law.
(iiven nt llaton Kongo, La., tills four
teenth dav of July, ISCi.
K. II. HAWK,
dipt. 114th O. V. Infantry,
nnd A. C. M. Commanding tho Reg't.
KoiimiT It. Hautlcso.v,
Capt. Co. F, 11th Ills. Infantry.
"Ml'NNl'OPE WILCOX," AND
THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE
FOR THE LEGISLATURE
CHOOSE YE liETWEEN THEM.
While ijttito everybody will concede
that Mr. Jewell Wilcox, tho Radical
cnudidato for the legislature in thin coun
ty, is n clever man, few there are who
will iii-ist that he is fitted, cither by
nature or education for the responsible
post he i seeking. He is a successful
hotel keeper, but would be a lamentablo
failuro as n Jegislator; and who that
understands tho wants and designs of
the Munn.I'opo.Lincgar 'clniue, can ,
doubt that, if elected, Mr. Wilcox will I
be a pliant subject in their hands, and
an instrument for the accomplishment
of their designs ?
Mr. Pojte was not put forward, al
though prominently spoken of in con
nection with the same position, for the
reason that it was feared that if tho
prominent members of the "clique" be
came candidates for all the offieos, a dis
gusted public would refuse to give them
any. Canvassing all their material,
therefore, the clique could think of no
man who would serve them more readily
nuil with a more deplorably mistaken
faith in their integrity, than Mr, Jowctt
Wilcox. Thoy felt assured that if he
should bo. elected thoy could fashion
him to thoir liking, and consequently
settled upoirhliu ah their inan. Claim-'
ing to run tho Radical parly of Kgypt,
they entorf uiucd no doubt of their abil
ity to control I he Alexander county
Radical convention, and the nomination
of Mr. Wilodx show's thut they did
not ''reckon without their host.
A vollt for Mr. Wilcox is, therefore,
a voto fop the .I'opert'isher-Munn-Lincgar
clique of Cairo, which made
hiiua, candidate. He will not darn, to
express a tlipy&H that Is not shaped,
nor cast a vote (hat. is not 'sanctioned by
that. oliqii'Q,1 "jlo viI, If elected, be, the
d-opfosontative, not of the people of AI
, . . . .," , ,
ejander county but ol the,iiehomii)u;, '
grasping Radical clique of the city of
The Hon. II. Watson Webb, (Mr,
Wilcox's Democratic opponent) has no
"rings" or "cliques" to serve, and i
elected (which ho will bo) he will bo a
faithful and intelligent representative of
the wholo people of tho county. Ho
has had experience in the halls of leg
iglation, is familiar with tho routine of
business, nnd tho requirements, forco
and restrictions of parliamentary law.
He docs not seek the position because
'there is money in it," for tho compen
sation he will receive will fall $500 short
of his expenses. He has simply accepted
a nomination unanitnoutly tendered by
the Democratic county convention, un
tier oirtsiinUMcs thntTrtnild not permit
him to decline. He is making tlio race
not its H. Watson Webb, the individual ;
not as the instrument or "juinping-jaek"
of nny clique or rihgof politicians, but
as the nominee of the Democratic party.
A votcforhim, therefore, will ho n vote
for Democratic principles, a voto for the
success of the Democratic party, and
vote for tho Hon. S. S. Marshall or
James C. Allen or some other sound
Douiocratio statesman, to succeed the
uebrinto Yates in, tlio United Stales
If there is, in the county, u Demo
crat who reels inclined to vote against
Mr. Webb, that Democrat should re-
raombcr that by so voting he would, to
the extent of his vote, contribute to
the defeat of the Democratic party, of
Jcmocratic measures, and of a Demo
cratic Uuited States Senator. The con
test is one that presents a conspicuous,
necessity for Democrats to rise superior
to personal ill will, personal hate, or
purpose to resent actual or imagined
personal injuries, and to stnud manfully
iy the candidates of tho party of their
hoice. The contest is one that is to
result in tho triumph of Crebs, Webb
and lrviu, us reireoittativo men of the
Democratic party, on the one hand, nnd
Dan Munn, Lincgar, Wilcox and the
obscure nnd Illiterate Urnwtins the rep
resentatives of tho Radical clique of
Cairo, on the other. That any man
who is, in truth n Democrat, can falter
iu jruch fan emcrgouej, wo cannot, wo
will not believe
SalvWion for the Hair.
Fur Restoring to
11 colorors, ,,
" restorers "
CO in use. It
in use. it acts on a
totally different principle. It
is limpidXfracranr. and Dcr-
lectly tnnotJiTCUi5, precipitates
no muddv or flaClSHlcnt mat'
tcr, requires no shawng up,
and communicates noVain to
the skin or the lineij. No
paptr curtatn is nccs&aiy to
conceal its tudVip)t,arance,
for the sinvieri-afon that it is
not tttrbif. It is, to all intents
and pufyws, a ni-.w discovery
iu Toil Chemistry.
J Ph:rr.5 V italia" is
warranted to Ctfox. a change
in the color of the7.v.ir within
io days after the firsripnlica
- lion, rue dtrectiony ueing
IT IS AS CU&Vi AS 'WATER !
AND ViAS NO SICIIIMFN I"
Price, One Dollar per Hox,
I'ltNTONIKU 'tu" l'"l"ll..s.
Sold Br alWr'uggists
If your Druggis nas r,pt
Vitalia " on juuU.ivrjtc, cif-
closing !?i.oon(l we will
forward it urfroeclhitely.
Fhalo & Sou ,
SI7 Broatjyi&tM T ,
nr.ltnKNCR-i-orner of Nlii'elei lli at.',,,.
Waahlriiiloiinve. OKKIOK On dnimeri'lalare.
Ofer the PoatolBe. OP'10. HOUlld From
a.ni. to II m., ifldajra WtM). ii fromSto
6 p.tn y$
Ylntclielor'n Hlr Iljrc.
Tin mt is tiis wom.ti lnrs not contain lsivl
no vmiol poisons to rxinutte the system or ro
il lice death. It Is rorfeetly harmless r.uUo
nsUntmieous. Avoid the vaunted na dcluslfe
-Durations bowling virtue they do not pose
yon would escapo tho tinnier. Tlio genuine
w. A. llatoholor'a Hnlr Djs luu thirty years' rep
utatlon to uphold Itn Integrity. Sold by DrtiR
gnt. Appliisl at 18 niny utreet, N. V.
Esmjs furyouiu men, on H,tlat Kvlls mnl Hi
propriety or Impropriety of nutiliig niirrlcd, with
sanitary help ror tho.enlio foel unfitted fornmt
rlmonml happiness, Sent rre, in sealed pntol
opes. Aildrens llunnrJ AnsociiUlon, llox P, Phil
adelphla. 1'a. uptlHlni
The ImperWIinhlc l'erfume.
Asa rule, tlio perfumes ti'iw in use have no per
miihcncy. An hour or two after their n-e, there Is
ootraeoot pfrfumo left. Ilowdltlcreul ImIic re
suit sacceeitin the uu of Jturrr and I-inman's
florlda-Water. -Issys after fts-nppllratton the
hanilkerehud exhales u most iidljhtful,deeato
uil agreeAi lo lrsrnec. mortdeivllf
Thuse svlio nrr Silek, ni
Aftlietid nllli ai y ebn nle dilllculiy, shnullwiili
ontilel.iy wrjtef,)r Fr. IlnmiUi.t. New Trestles,
sent tr.'o to nay Rilutesn,
M. I.KOMDAa 11AJIII.TO.V, M. I'.,
I'. (I. Iloi 4.V..
New Torlt City,
OHIO LEV F IS, CA1KO.
FULTON & HO, - . Proprietor
Ast Sow 1st ft'tsU Q pern Hon. .
Masir. Kultnn A Mom arc tirernru,t In rnrntiili
all klmls of hlotir of Ihe be. I ipia Ity, and nlso
Mill Kred cf all kinds. (ImIihiii KlMir, IdsacIis
or In i)iisntitv, mad front lh Whikt
q wi.vszox a ;.,
(sntcMsors io John. Ilnnnsii A (o.,J
74, Second Floor, OHIO LEVEE
Biiy ttnd Soil Ileal Estate
rUHNIKIT AIIMTtX.VCTSi OV TITI
A!l ISNi:!.KII C'ONVKYAXTirS
SUM I. I. KINDS,
HIS OWN HrliLLEB
f We r iiuiiiif.ifturniif
ts l x Oisouj
Tor hand or pewer ue, raniiing in prtee from
12 ,vi to I71 1) iuid ini'ttpirilv Iri in
1 to 20 Busliols Per Hour.
These Mills urn very utronjf and dunible, and
leritilre tury little poaiT to riintlieni. Kxdi siiv
will (jrimt eitlur
Or stock feeil, as may Iki desired, nnd will nif.re
Save Its Prlco Evory Year.
r.uiry Mill Inlly mirrunli'd, ,
We also ntabqiwoalaea of llotio Mills, ennnc
lly ll.Jto a tons p r day, prion Sl'i In
iMadrlpiIrr Oir.'iiUrn lunis)u., oiuppltralion
Tlie r iuuiuutl HIllMavuiirHrturluK Co.
cjum:u i'IKk ami kuunt stiikkix,
CINS J.V.V.lll, O
Ax'Jtits ws?(J.t1li ert ry town snd ouniy.
TM. II. S(jif I'T'S Ka,
Importer and Wholesale Oealpr
fur l""t bma
OHKAM AND STO -!K -m
T' ' .
I in if
DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT,
THE DAV 1m YKUTIOAIj PKKI)
Tho Completest, Simplest mid Hi
Sewing Mftchinc iullse.
Cor, 8th St. & Washington hi
0AIH9, JMM)M. . .-
Tlin ilsmsn.l f.ir IMVIt l'lVIYi vicii.
i.sr, in ine Aimntiesn.stes, whets tnev are best
known, nnd wtierM ihv iitiK'dnt sill ciltiitpj I m
Kreatet than can be minlleil.
ltni'tlY fi'llsln ariVLInil nfu r' If ls'ltnfl.
eonsl-llim few Hitting rl, nft I lt vertirnl-
it'oa i-ii.ii uw mo run smnsfsiiii i.ttninr
nera without cluuii ,r :iieh ir tn-i' a.
Clollilnq snd Clove mstilifm tnr'-rs ptefVrlt Id
all other., smt that Ills Junl Ub tli.ni fur f.tnillr
sewin eti,rybxly ml I aeknowledao aer e.xani-
Measrs millers imvc severnt site air! different
ttles of llnlali. and resneetfuKv Invii., attwhn
mi mm mm
Jtsnnf.iehired totji're ihemn call beforu t ureluJ.
(Jail nnd Hot it rfirular.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OI'TICI-orlluvrHt Cor. IV.itcth mid
"inr streets, si I. i.iiiiu.
t'nsli(,.iii.fal. . ,
dish iK.M'U over,
AIlTllL'll tl. IIAlM'i.'r.. Kr.u.
IIKMJ. VII.I.I.n.1, Hrfy.
V. l. HAWKS .t tlKAV. tia f.a
ChlenK'o. Mle JlsnaqMrs for Illii.,,!,
O. r.TOI'l'j:!., Ciiro, Heelut Attdit mt South
ern Illinois. r T
I'reiiilinnspnlil toiiud ftl,ft!i i n ivbibyf. .N
IliiKlies, Ca-luer Klret National H.tnU.
. -eti iii.u.i
JOUX IIY:.Ai'S KAJ.OO.v"
la u'nppllrsl wllh all Ulhrfa i.r
o.v coMMEiiciAii avi:i;e
Iletireen Eighth and MnthStreeta,
Tho thirsty, wh lore cowl llquot, should site
him a call, and Union ho w ant a
Fit AK XNT All
Can have their wants supplied at Ilia Ur.
joTrv OArEM "
Pioprietor of Ilia
Ullllard .Saloon ami liar Room
too I'nniHicrt'inl Ato.,
Cairo. - - - - Illinois
Popular Public jResort
Where i ho ,i!or !l Cnl Itrvu airy rooiua
n piled mill
iuiiatm.i.i; ami nr.Kii.Mioi.r: taiilkm
(.'oinlorw' le Knit, ute , nnd ahsr nippbail a-tth
llii l.l and e..oItl..,'erls.'er, the purest wlr.oa
and llqinira.ecais, rie , l I o fuunS in
Kveijlhidy la Inrlt.'d 10 call 111 an 4
I'ltniyi'f room free loeTerLedy
na in ilro.
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