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JY JOHN II. OBERLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, NOVEMBER 1, 1870.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
fi tn iln-A'lltin f ItrmicrAtlo (ooj(r-4itrtii'ii
M there l)u iio dissensions about minor
mutti'i s j no Mini; lost J it dlKMisshiu
of dead cvciiIki no manifestation of
narrow or pnivrlptlve reeling? no
ucrluYe or the i-iiiuc to gratify per
s uinl aiiibltloii or rusuitinciit.
VOIt (O.NtlUEAK STAT'.-AT-I.AItO c.
UKS. VilI.I.IAM II. A.YIsKUSO.V,
ron pitatk TwusuitRit,
. (11 SnKIII0iil'-iily.
lii fUl'EIUXTK.vnKf.'T 01' ITIIMr INiTUr-
Of I'mria County.
ri.ii l-r-vmiK-fUiiv ojumivsionkh, (i.oso
UKS. VKAKCIS T. Klli:i(.MA.V,
Of tinok County.
Koll I'KS'irbiriAIIYVOMlllnlONKK, f-UOKT
(if A-l jiii- Oiunty.
von cosonic xitmt iiiktiiict,
ki, -.mux 31. crisun, or wiau cu.
roll sBNAT'lt, l(T WSTJltrT,
1. k. oitisoN, r.niiu Conai)-.
I IIOMA4 A.K. IIUrXOMII.tr Ifnlan 'u
roK IlKl'UUKVTATIVIV JeT lUATItlCT,
II.' WATNO.V U'KIIII.
AI.KXANDKH II. 1IIVIN.
JOIIM II. (IIIMNSIA.V
TllK itrirrrirute amount due the Hlti
1 ' ,
of Virginia from defaultin
-'nice 1SI5."i U $'.V)'2,?ffl, of whieliiioarlv
all i due from military appointee.
r ,, . .. . .. " ,
fr .111 thf C ubinvi H, tt.,' newnrd of bm.-
ty l it not n loH'il itifereinw Ihul Coin-1
uniloii..r Del.inui Bintmpnt v th vn. ,
.int plitcy un thu rewmd of dMiontv f
(Jpoiit.fd, Im-xrut. will routti tlie
lectiuii of Wi'.u In tbo fourth dUtri. t
of Indiana, on the t-.,re of mi ollwgwl er-
ror in tlm o.iuntint; of Vulu.
It will b remutiiberml that, with all tin
rrntidt by tbo llndLcil, Wllion milv nr.
cured a mnjurlty of four vote.
Tin: people or thu United .State will
experience a thrill of joy upon hearing
that the White Ilom-o hai again been
renovated, refurnished, and that "the
conservatory lias been placed in excel
lent order, and filled with valuable
T.IF. advices leceived by the National
... . ... i. .
Deiiiocmua.CoiamittfC at Wu-nington,
duriughe last few days, ngarding the
pro.'pcct of. tho .November elections,
exceed even tho reaHinitble e-timates
made early in. tho caini;iicn. West
Virginia, which was placed among the
doubtful imps, fhow a complete D6mo
eratie Congrcsional delegation and a
Democratic" Senator. The minimum
i-timate of the gain of t'ougremen on
i . .,,.1 ... i,r..i.i v.livr. .
' . . . . .
I-rout lotine.-ee, Arkam-as, Alabama I
Virginia, 'and Xcw Vork, the Demn-
.7 , . . . ... . ., .
eiatin Ideal committees write that there
will bu largo trains in CongrcsMiien.
' ' -
I.V-.M vn r,.i(.i.... ;.. .1.. i.n ilJ.:,11, i
K ,mi I.A.N 1 1 rejoice .. tho po.sion
of two elephants, thu Cerberus and the
Magola, ironclad?, just finished at an I
n , , . . i
enormous expense, and heretofore re-
yarded, wiUi their coioort the Cambria, ,
. . i 1 r - T 'i :
as triumphs of naval ami engineering .
iktll. . Tho sudden Joispjjho latter, go-1
ingdownbef..ro a mere cats-paw ol wind
lias lett tnem in tioum wnciuer tnu iwo
expensive inoiiftcrx are ceawortliy or
not. What will bo done with them io
mains to bo seen ; at present they are
ouly valuable uh oxamples of the falli
bility of human intellect,
Thk adoption of tho new constitution
will Involve tjio neoe$iity of .ruwoJulIng
many of our old laws," and tho ennctmont
of many now ones. It Is highly oisential,
thorcforo, tlint Soutlifcrn lllinoM fliould bo
roproontod In the next JrgUlaturo by men
of loual and eenerul ability. There will
bo a remodeling of tho law 'rolhllhg Utthu '
In our courts. Think what a llguiu Jew-1
.11 W11uv.u....l.l ..... 1.. .. ll.... .l
i i niT V., . . ' J)emoerat who will vote nga nst 11.
gagodl Think of b in In that counectloii ... W11 t. ., f. ,.
.. n, nn.,.i ,i t . -T' . 1 atnoa n obb, the Democratio en d -as
the roprosuntatlvo of lower l.gvpt ' ,
a portion of tho stuto. that bit', for year, (,;lt0 ,01' Ul ,w"nturo.
socurod tho presence hi tho legialnturo of Democrats are r-eiisiblo men, and can
mon who commanded respect for tboir abll- understand that it is not particularly II.
itlos, and men who at onco W6ro desig- Watson Webb that is involved in the
uated as leaders I "SVo repent that lit, uulltost, but tho interests of tho Demo
would cut a sorry flguru there, beoaufo ho . v n . i i
wm.i.i i. ..!. i t .i.i , I eratie patty. o Deuioorat behoves
would bo placed n a, pQsltlon whure ho , ,,1 . i ' -ir i -i . r i
would find that fine clothes, lavender kids ,,mt Mr NN bb W,U ,-llntl',w .,0' thc
and ?ldo whiskers would not servo us uo- Dcimiciutie party. Tiat he will voto
ceptablftsubstitutM for brains. ' for :i Democratio U. S. Senator, and a)l
Tub defeat of tlio Hepubllenti ticket in
West Virginia by ton tliouinnd miijority,
1 1! viritmiii dv ion iiiousinu mammy,
U dun to thu exceedingly Illiberal nml pro-
gjiiplivo course pursued liy .the Itcpubll
cans f tlio State over since tbo wnr end.
lid. Thl adversity will bring lint party to
1H etui", nml probably restore the M01111
thin .Stnt": to lit-publlcanl'in. CUtaiju
Any i-xtiHC is letter than nunc. The
trutb h the Kudlritl patty was defeated
In et Virginia hnrmiMt thu people were
alarim-d nt its excesses nnil opprc'ied by
its rxtrnvmjniico nml rorrnptlon. Tbo j
linn"' coiKiderntiuiM will coon emio Its
j Is u letter a short time before hid
deatli, Mr. Dickens alluded to a short
child's history of the life and Millennia
of the Christian's Savior, ho had writ
ten for the special it.-o and tuition of
hi-, own children.. Lntcly attemptH
lime bron iiiude by American puLlI'di
er to obtain pn-FesMnu of the
iimiu-iiipt fur publication, but without
fuecev. Mr. Dickon having left
KMitivo orders that it should never ho
even seen by any one outside of I lie
The world will be poorer for tin? tic-
tttrlinimtiiiii ilium tbi' t.-irl nl'Afr tlii l'
j " 1 "-( I
I oil", which it is now too late to remedy,
and the literature of the time will
probably loen brilliant and u-cfu! rem.
The Cbieairn l't alludca to .John
Wentworth in the followiti!,' coiupli
mcntary fctvle .
j Tlm dirty mountnln of proud riV.h 11
' iilnu wbo very nnino ii the ynonym of
t'Oliticul VlllulliV. Hlnl wlmlK 1. in 11 1 friiiii..
rotten wlib lfbldlnoutnen und illmo
tun low, iiiiworiiij frtrca-m upon Ml lliiit
i pnr, nd md.lo. mid (.'liri'tiHnllkfi in
Hint, till dwpicublu political truder.whoiK
I'luiHj trnui urn wriucn uiMin vcry iiu-
uloy of bitnelf l a boH thtit he never
,d tnlmrncUr-tbtn nmii ofwliomtoiay
thut hi groIy lininornl i 1I10 Iilhc-'t
Jltt ry, and to ttllef thst hn l Mmply
" 'm .' m '"'."""nn.-ri poaqi.M ic tlil
lllmi tlm f l.w..... r. .1..... t... ..L.... 1 . it.
With the 't. I.oiiii Vin-i we think
ih.it the VW i weaker than' we have
j .k..J,,,, , mew j, fit ext.eel..
,....! i: t. ..i 1 i t i
t'ideiii"lifli l.nii" dohn' bv anv .uch
loud writing a the above. Ilombard
him with alf the vitujjratlvc adjoetives
in the lexicon of l!illinggjtu you can
never phaiw the ramparts of his iinptT
turbable '.id nature.
Uud -r tliii hoaJ, tbo Xw York Wurld
glv- u n frw Intoruiting fct touching the
libtory of wiim of tho men who bavo It en
Mpjkiintod niarlmlt and mpcrvbor of elqc
tion in tlut city tiy tlic Kauical .luuge
, WooiiMwrij ana , . . im cm . w-na
(.MIahim:. lteud nit J tuidfrMiinJ i-iiotner
i . . b wWd lL(J y v( tbo
t,allut-lox U to loprotgctil in thniritiret
of thu AilmliilUmtl.m and It party
Win. 1'. Murk, .SupflrvUnr 'Xwontlotu
dlitrist, Klght wnrd.Sored Im term Intha
Stati1 prbon of M nnc huctu fur btirjlury;
nlio two year In tbe Kuw York .State irU-
Ju.. .M.CitU'. .Supervlior Fourth DU
t r lot. Highl ward. Now eontlncd in the
TouiU undor Indictment fur highway rob
bry. Win. (5. Irving, hiiptrvlior l oiirlccntli
iliitrirt. K brht ward
llai lerveu atorni in
S hl'.S ne: nr on for burirlarv committed
,n t)l0 Kigbt ward, and hits never been
l'atrlok Henry Klly, nllai Prod. il-
j,,uJi r:rrcrvi;or Twenty-wond diitrict,
Kight ward, K-cvrof n lioti.o of lll-fitmc;
roiort of tho vileit and lowest characters.
1'ntriok lletlermuii, .SiH;rvisor of the
Tenth di.trict, Sixth ward. Arretcl iiouie
Frederick Sterling, Supervbor, Eighth
ward, lln been arreted wvorul times for
keppiug ditorderly liwuo.
j; F. Uaderhop, SupervUer, Tenth ward.
Arretted for murder a few year ilnce.
Kd. Wfuvor, JMnrilial lu Kight ward,
Ul,s bet;n lul ,J kmi timo m ot .state
prbon, whore ho Inn been serving out ItU
Kight ward, Xow in prison awaUlng trial
tor intimity rooiM.ry.
Andrew Andrew;, alias linns lcoW,
Marshal. Panel thief been sentenced .two or
three times to Statu prison, and has Jn.t
relumed from llhick well's Island.
Und a these characters are, the World
declare thut they nru nothing comparrd
with others which will bo dished up through
lis columns to an admiring public from day
to day, as fast as the ofllciul records of tho
courts and prisons can bo examined. The
rost may bo worse, but oven thcio are
almost as bad as souiooftha appointments
made by tbo Administration Itself.
Il'.7if .l.VJ II7AC0.V.
Wo cannot nersuado ourselves that in
,U1 enti jt oj-iro there is n singlo
, , . ., . . ,
' sireugiiien nun mum up mo.- party, 11
not doubted. That Jewctt Wilcox, if
elected, will vote for a Jladicnl U. S.
Senator, will vote to perpetuate
Hndicnl ascendency 'and for
all measure. enleitluteil to dis
tract and weaken the Democratic
pirty, in a fact equally certain. Here
thori, is the issue: Will you vote to for-
warj (ho ai,is ()f a,licalislll tliroiiiih
lewett Wilcox, or vote to Mreugthcn
and vitalize the Democratic) party
through II. Wathon Webb? How run
DeiuiK'rat.s hesitate when hitch an Nsuc
I'nity of effort an undivided .sup
port of jDeiiioeraticcnit'li'bite-i tbroiigli
out the tate. will ivc u a Democratic
lejrl-laiure ! For Mich anXTid phould'
not DeluoeratH lay anido, all perxinal
feelings rise nbnvo indivltliml eonid-,
elation?, and vote a eltfun, tin.soiatehed
The Hphtndid Demoeratie triumph in
Wcat Virginia has ma'dc'2(..0()0 3)emni
emtio vote in Illinois It,lian inspired
the party with new life uud boe, and.
corn-pondingly dcmnrnlifed thu Hudi
rals. 'hall we not, then, i-cize upon
the nupiciom opiMirtunity afforded us,
and by working as one inau fcT.otircauid
date., eeitro the Illinois Legislature, and
elect, iiotJohn A. Logan, buttlio Hon.,
H. P. Mahall. Ocn. W. 11. A'nderson,
James U. Allen. Jim ilobinoi). or hsiuo
other able ami hiinoia Democrat to tlie
U. S. Senate? Let ewy Dinir.U In1
Alexander cotuAV,' every (.'biervMivc
who would bring nbout mich a result,
"vote f.-r II. Wat.-oii Webb.. In ihat
way only, ran wo hope to hucceed.
77: cusi: ' r; can wss:
THE WHAT OF MIW.Y .V-
I77VI ,:. ''.
Twi iiKuo jMuo of tlm Owiily,. 15o-,
LKTl.v will bring io n cloMffliir pV.rliei
patiou in the pnxuiV eubijaigii. C(U
tumplating the part wo have mien, we
can recall nothing which we de-ire to
utiMV. Our Vi'iitilation tif thu record
of Mr. Munu ha- not been a matter of
pleasuru Viith us. but jenico .which we
Kvu ' V"v '! i!nr,;ir our
duty it-a juiblie journalist. Wonvro.
actuated not by n perfoual hato of Mr.
Munu, but by a de.-iro u protect the
j.ublie ngaiiiT the deign 'of- rt man
wh'iiu woiueerely believe to Ik corrupt,
and unlit for the petition which lie i
indu.triouly fceking. ' ' i
Mr. Muuu made his own record. Wo
did not make it tor hint. lie i-hil
attribute no part of it -to ignorance.
What ho is, be madp hiui-clf with a I'ujMj
ooiiseiotisnos.'. ol thu re.-poif ibihty he
was likelv tr incur, al evoryMago oVliis
career. ITo has bctin his own keepcrj
andean blame only hinii-olf if his con
duct lias not al ways bo'eii above reiro:ich.
In (.tTering liliuwlf as a eandidnto foe'
Congre-s. he became a public man, and
his worth and uuworthiues became
legitimate Mibjeets of dUciK-ion.
Having tudied his character and famil
iarized ourfolve.1 with hi ofllciul career,
we feel coii?traiiicd to wiy, uud wo wiy
it more in a vein of leg ret than with
feelings of auger, that ic iViv him to
In- th' nvi'i forrunl unlit thut yrrr ninth
. . 1 '. . . .
ii ronttit Jur iiyrttoitfil limior i"
fiwthrrn lliwn ' 1'inin thnU to timo
we have given ivaMin for the faith that
i in us in this regard, uud if wo havo
clothed these .reasons in strong Ian-
guage, wo did ?o be'catiso the iiocesitio,s
of tho ca-e required it.
In a CongrcsMOiuil district, .whare;'
.two years ago, tho two parties were very
neatly of equal streugth, it iniglojiq
supposed that tho addition of loOil
negro votors to tho ltadica) strength,
would give that party. th ji'biii'ane'y.
The vote on Tuesday, however, "vy i 1 1 toll
no such story. Col. C,eb.'V,ll ,)P
elected by a mnjojajy o.f rtpjro than ono
iIiliwimiI vnt.w 1 Intollloent Jladicals
men nnil measure
vey '-tho situation, 110 lf.ligor contend m( Jll4( , o n(.,tu,r hM UJiy
that there 'n any earthly ehatiec of Mr'- f j rd Wgro put: o! TodV timidiomy
Munn's election. The liigli tariff, heavy , ,,.r.!
taxc, extravagance mid dishonesty of. Murt'ui Y. Brown, Kmj., wants to Tbo
tlio AdminiKtration, linVe, of'" dotirVe, 1 hlt.,.;ft- f Alesamler county. It- in
contributed largely to tho demoraliza- tnl0 ,iint ), js ol qualified for the of.
tion of the llndieal party, but Mr. nwt jf cccvit Would have to dis
Muiiu will owo: at Joa'st fiOlf of '-'Bie iThargoiU duties through a deputy, yet
majority th:(t jvill hi throwji against h0 wants tho office, and is angry beeauso
him, to tho record humado for lijnyelc tm lK,0,i ,i ,,t neoin dispo,'ei to, give
in tho Senate of Jll'unt's, and to th : jt to )',jul
'people's kuowledgo of that record, We! jir ymvu y, tl0 iininiiicp of" the
tlo njil say that iy lladiual eoUld bu I Badical parly, uudj of course, expects
elected, but wo do say that .Mr. Muiiu ! l the "ifegro voleis of the county to
i the weakest man his party could havo I .siipjutit hlin. Mr. BrioVn niay or nli
ilOiuiuated; aihl.'Wi 1'ar'ai bur'kuowleilge J nt bo' "pou'nd (in the guo-o" we 1 .do
extends, the tno?t viilniirable.f ( ' . . A
A KlDXAPPKJt OF FUOITtVK
St.A VKSDW HE ESCAPE PUX
IS J I it EXT TllROVOU THE AO EX
CV OF D. W. MUXXt
Otis'), Iit.,.NoTeniW3, ls;ii.
In yoclerduy'i 1m:o of your pnper you
broadly Intimate that Hon. D. W. Munn
htid-nn itgeiiej in the rolensn of onn flrun
dy Itryniit, who wns conQncd In u mili
tary prion of this city for tho nlleged
grave otn.-nso of kidnapping negroes and
selling them back into nlnvery. If yen
can show that tho release of llryant,the al
leged kidnapper, was otic tied through
ilunn, you will mako at least n score of
vote for ("ol. Crebs, and among tho num
ber that of ono colored man, certain. '
It in a fact of which many of our old
citizen are cognizant, that during the
first montlm of tho war, Jrundy Hry
ant run off several fugitive Mavcs from
Cairo ; and that boslid o "r Uuvvwyx
love ol tlm mi?iiic?fi. i not in No iin
no-od. Jt is iilioViiown thiittnrinr tho
rtame interval ho was filling tho double
ofiico of py for nencral i?s, of
Cairo, and for .IcfT Thompson, the so
called ''.swamp-Vox,' ol 3Iisouri.
During thoSuniiiicrof lHtll, Brj'aut
was arrested by thc military of tho city
and confined hero in thu guard home
HiMnflbuVe wa?" understood fo bo" kid-'
napjiing of negrot?. Oruiiy, although
faid to bo engaged in I hi discreditable
business, was not friendless. Shortly
after ,hi arrest, and iuipru-oniucnt, one
ol'Jiis friond?,' n.-inted Charley Bradbury,
intiirted himself, and tlio rustil(' VaM
C'fitn'tly,. iniine'dtnto c.-cape. How was
tliis result efTected? Hr.ulbury called
upoli'ii Well ki'iown citizen of Cairo, and
delivered hinuelf subitantially thus:
"(Srundy is in thu guard house for
stealing negroes. I have seen D. W.
.Munn k Itrnthcr, and they told me that
if I wfuild briugthom20l) by '1 o'clock
thi afternoon, SI 0(1 for themselves and
..SliiO for thc Pruvo.t Marshal, they
! could got thu boy out of prison. Now,
if cm tell my lnnve before '1 o'clock,
f rn r;u-e tho money myself. If I
can't .'ell my horco I shall 'want to bor
row from you, 100 or 81
Bradbury effected the talc of lti
horse, and thu raised thc 8-OU, which
he "aid he paid over to the Muting.
"' ' - .(' n ,v,.rv Mi.Cvl
man lor. saying, that nhortly aftcrwartl?
lirynn' was out on the streets in the
charge of a i-inglo and veiy indiflereut
Trovost guard, llo wandered hither
and thither about the city, and finally
to a point near tho river, where ho
'broke and run." The guard, of
cour.-e. fired his musket at the fugitive,
but a the fleeing man kept on his
.tcoiir-e aim escaped uiiwjurcu,
fP.I - I.. I' I .!.
I ii( couciusioii wa- lormett mat
in pursuance ' of an un-llcr-tiiinling,
, (lie uiusket contained
tuilyji inuK (i-firiridge.' Bryant hnst
ened to the river, jumped into a skiff
which I'rfidlntVy had provided 'for him,
and tliui mado hU oscupe. There whs
n battery near the point, u tingle gnu
of which might have Mink the skiff.
There were steamboats and tug at thu
wharf that might havo overhauled tho
fugitive. There were, it U said, 5,(100
or 1(1,(111(1 soldiers in the city, at Bird's
Point nml at Port Holt, yet no second
gun wa.s fired at the fugitive; no tug or
boat pursued him ho rowed his skiff
noioss tho river, and mado good his es-
Tho naiuo of tho individual cognizant
of most of these facts, we have. Ho
is still a resident of Cairo, mid will de
tail the story to any man substantially
i l :i...i :. i
r Wo leave it. with you, reader, to say
whother or not Dan Munu had any
'agency in the release of Bryant the
reputed, nnM no diniht o7y, kidnapper
of fu gitivo slaves !
i Ar r .,,..,. .....i n..
j luvtill T. lJrO.AW Ulld-illC
,?t IMVind o savt but that he
"sound on the negro," wo have evidence
which", to our mind, is very conclusive.
An old gentleman named Moore,
living within a few miles of Thebe?
owned a water mill, 11 short time ago,
and employed a negro man to help him
run the mill. "Wo are very directly
informed that Mr. Martin V. Brown
hiving declared that "no d d nig-
"gcr .should live in his precinct," se
cured thu help of persons of his own
way of thinking, and actually ran Mr.
Moore's negro out of the neighbor
Wc have been assured time and again
thut Mr. Brown has, for years, been one
of the bitterest enemies and most unre
lenting persecutors of the black man
that ever lived in Alexander county.
party wrought about tho entrancluso-
tnent of the negro, ho would leave the
party ; and in tho presence of reputable j
wituesACs he lias ''thanked God that j
"there were 110 niggers in Ins precinct," '
and swore that "none should locate J
"thcro while he 'remained n resident of
We expect thu negroes of the county
to voto for Mr. Brown, because they are
mere machines in thc hands of the Bad
ical clique in Cairo that pnt him on the
track ; but wc aro determined that they
shall not vote in that manner without
understanding that they arc voting for
a man who despises them u man whe
lias sworn that the foot of "no d d
"nigger shall crosu the threshold of his
"dwelling, and that whilo holivcj there,
"no nigger shall scttlo in his precinct."
As wc huvo been in the habit of prdv
inc all tho damaging charges wo havo
preferred against the Badical candi-
dates, we shall not depart from that j
practice in the ea-o of Mr. Brown. Tito
affidavit of Mr. Henry IS. done, whoi j
one of the olileM inhabitants of Alex
ander countv ami known as a truthful '
man, is oiTcroliii substantiation of the
charge now made; and voters who
know Mr. .lones, know thcro is not
wealth enough in the mines 'of Peru to'
induce him to swear I'aWoly. The ques
tion, then, recurs, was and is Martin V.
ragW n,dw'iy,,iAft.''HvUJ:Krp 5'o
iiKxitv i:.joni'. ,vvnuiVT. '.
8tut of Illlit'il.. Alta'ilr County. rur Cuirtv
Henry K. .Ionc, being first duly swOrrr,
on his 0:1th snys, Unit. In tlio year, .. I).
180.1, Im removed from the city ot Cairo
to L'tiitv prooitict, in said county, taking
with him a small negro boy, mimed
"Ix.uls; ' that lu a conversation khortly
after bis arrival In tho precinct, In his own
houso, lind with Martin V. Brown, now
Itciniblic in cnndldnte for Mheritf lu
under county, that gentleman, rcforrlng to
tho preKincJ of tho negrft bfiy, jouiarkid:
"THA.NKC.OD: TI1KKK am: Nos jo
(1KUS IX MY . l'ltKCINCT. .AND
N'OXK KH A LL I.I V K Til Ell K ViU I I.E
I AM THKl'.K. AND NKITHI'-U
SIIAI.I. A DAMNKH NIOOKH TUT
HISFOOT'INSIDK.MY DOQU," ( And.
furtliur df iKiiient saltb hut.
HKNltY K. . MINKS.
Ptnluot lllluoi, AUrt lt r County, s.
Sworn to and subscribed before 1110 this
1st day of November, A. 1). 18T0. Wit
nt inv hand nml seal.
i...J .IAMKH K. Mrt'UITI-;
diiatlcoof the Peace.
Mow lu llivta I.otliiK Wife.
A correspondent sends thu following to
thu PhrtM'toiiUnl Journal:
If you would havo it loving wife, bo as
gontlo 01 your word nftor ns before mar
riage; treat her quite ms tenderly when a
matron as a mWsj don't mako her mnld of
nil work mid ak her why lui looks less
tldv mid nunt than when "vou lint know
lief," don't buy choap, tough beef, tuidhcold
her becniiso it does not coino on the tnblo
"porter housoj don't gruinble about
npnilling babies If you can't keep up a
nursery, nml rouiembur that "baby" may
take iiftor pupa iu his dlsixultlon; dnn.t
smokunlid chow tob.teCo, ami thus .hatter
vour nerves, and spoil your temper and
inaku your breath a nuisance, und then
complain that your wlfu declinot to kiss
yon; go homo joyous and cheerful to yuur
wife and tell bur tlio eood nuw. you havo
beard, and not lbntiy put on your hut uud
go out to tho "club." or lodno, mid let her
nftor wurds learn that you spent thu evening
nt tlio opera or at 11 fwnoy ball with .Mr..
DiUli. J.vvu your wife, I hi patient; remem
ber that you aro not pur feet but try to lej
let whiskoy. tobacco und vulgar company
alone; spend your evening with your wife,
and live a decent Christian life and ynT
wife will bo loving and true If you did not,
hiurrv 11 tboii'rhtless biyuity without en
or wortln if you did, vyii'.W titblntne If you .
Tim f ineinnnti -f twvnfrrtnt "SaymnU"
Nlarsl.tll J. Milium Jo'vpl; IJatbier, .l.AW,
KldrldrfP, M. J. Wrlght'nnd othtr enter-
prl.lng capitHlit, were, iu Augiut last,
granted a fharlor by tho.jviierul ,Aem-
bly of Ihn State of' Tennpsseo.whoioby tha
Atbtnlio (iulf and Mlsslislppt S(eauiblp
eoiiitianv wn incorporated, to Imvusiiccni-
sluli ror any years, iiuvnir wiiu iiio.rigui
to piirehuiu or build vweU to run 'from
Tennuieii to any point 011 the encoait of
thu United Status or Kurope, overland or
othurwis.K Their pamphlet eontnlim niodi
valiinblo Information and. suutMtluiu.
aiiiong which wg notice a careful uintbo -
im..'iiHes am iiroonmo im ill 01 t swiiup.
iritii-rsiJi 1.1101 inniii witiri iriund 11 iitiir'i n
t .... t.iltl.i .ul.t..V. ..I..... .. miir.n I
of not profit accruing to tho nwiijif
ss.sijs h inn-mo un, or 910,0011 w iHT'ii.n
im- 111. inn. or S70.ii.i i oa tM'r nin..'.
nuui.whieli wmil i.uDrtl,ian,pny 1110 origi
nal n ..f tho'v'e"elln it single yF.j .
SalvWion for thc Hair.
For Restoring to Grw Hair its
utterly from aHrthe "dyes,"
" colorer'wiil " restorers "
(V) in use. It acts on a
totally ilyfFerent principle. It
is !impjdfragranr, and per
lcot)y jnnoctrvij. precipitates.
nt tnuddy or ilacKjUtnt. mat
ter, requires no shofung up,
and communicates notain to.
the skin or the linen. No
paptc curiam is necessary to
conceal its turtji'rllppL'iir.lncc,
for thc simple ccaron that is
not turbyL kf to all intents
and purposes! a'nf.w uiscovtRV
Phafcs ""V italia" is
warranted to cKvjt a change
in thc color of the four within
10 days arjer the .firttptHca
tion, rhc' direction 1 1 being
IT IS AS CXfAll AS WATKRI
ANDj,fAS Nt) SKPMINT.
Price, .One Dollar per ttox,
t CO.VVSKJMl IW I .JH11X.
Sold by auSDruggists.
If yottr Druggie, has not
Vitalia" on hand write, en
..- -.1 :
IUlillU 11 ir( 11
SI7 Broadway. 'N.T
nmrhrlor'a llnlr Uyr.
Tin in tiik omi .loot not contain Ii
no rllrlor puisoiw ioj.Arniyn.tni systsm or ro
ducii Jcmli. Ill porfftly hsrmlcM f.ul.l.i
Dt(jotiuroiii. ,m. .the viumti'il un clflmit
iKMiIoiiiilioutin!! irlnrihsj ituitoliih4..
)(.n mouI.J tfith Jaur. Tli k'"""
W. A. ItMclirlor'' llnlr V)r liu tlilily yrjtrt'rvn-
ilUtlon to i.iuM II' liilrxnty. Hli hr J)itix-
gl.U. Apl'tlnl at l'i H'lity slivrt, A.' T.
K'Myifarjoutijjtni'ii.on UocIaI tvll u.l th
propriety or Imprnpricty rj;.'lU"t mnrrlci, with
unitary help fur tlio.o who frrl uiitlitr.l for intl
'tlmonil lispplnx, Svnt frei, in svaleil rntrl.
open. AJ.lrcs llownrit AsoeUtlon, Hot l I'lill-
lolplila, l'u. , ..DtlK.Ilm
Vhm IuiicrUliabl I'rrrmiic.
Ahk rut, ttut crfuinrs now in tio hrn 0(r
nmni'iioy. An hour or two uftrr llivlr wo, llirrn l
no ttwo ol prrfiimf Irft. Hour .litlrront I. Die rr
nil surcer.lluK llm un of Marry Aiul Ininma's
riorr.U Wnr. Pay nflfr ll nppticittlon the
hamJkvruliU't vxlintrs n ino.l itclli;liiriil,ilflt(Uto
unit nitrft'itMu itturnwn, iiwrl.ltMHtly
Tliut horr MrU, or
Allllrt.sl with any rhroulo ilitltniliy, hnul.t wltti
oiu dcUy rll (or Dr. Hamilton' X f Tri'Stion,
sritl fre l any mldri',
M. liKO.MHA.1 IIA.MIIro.V,.M. IL,
OHIO I.KVl.i;, OAlltO.
FULTON ii SON'S, - - I'ntprlittor
Aro Now In full 0trrntlitu.
jlonrs. Kultoh I Vi or iri in iUn furnish
nil kinds ('f Flour. if tlic U'.t ua'lty, ml aUo
or In' l.'W qianllY) in'l tyi U. bo. 'A' till
VINTOX X. CO.,
DTA I FQTA T K
flCML. 1-i.O I n I U
4 icHVTrflCa1 "
1 jCCjsrXiiXI. O. f
4 .. . t . . I
m ui sj; 'J.- mF. XI JEsEi JiV fm
74,- 5ectnd Floor, OHIO LEVEF-
1 ,. . lUj', i,...,T tJoinL
Jlliy illHl U0ftl.itJr8llu0
r -A. a a '
rlr(lMir auk'tRXoTM uv T1TIJ
AMU MIHVAIill ran VKVVttfria -'
i. ml mm
THU DAVIS YKUTICAL FKKO
The Coiiipletpst, Slmplpst and Ho
Sewing 3Iitchlne In Use.
Cor, 8ili St. & Washington Ave
Tho .loinnn l f..r tlm DAVIt IJWIMl JIACII-"
INK In tho Atlantic .tatr,ffnW diey sre liest
known, sn t whrrn Ihry nppl:mt nil olhers, Is
renter tlmn can Im iippll.l.
It nnrcr hilln any kin.l ofw rl. t hflinpl,
cnnlitln)i of n fnw ,tr n pnrt, nn.l ils voitlcsl
f..l enil.lns ll to run nrrr nnm" Ami to turn "or
nsri without rluuno nf .tllrli or l. n-i..il.
,flotliln nml OIoy" tnnnnfntliir'lr pirferlt to
nil oilier?, urn I llit It nju.t the ttiiiw for fonllr
xwlnir oretytiody wit 1 (irknowtct-'A Sfierexuni
Inlnif. f...r. ltitilr I, ivr .rttrprftl ,n. nn.i .l.fl.i.rt.t.
tjlv of flnlh, ami 'ri'jprctfnlly oitlt1 nil who
BEST SEWING iCHIliE
Mnhiifrtrliiro.l to into llienia caII l.ff.iro Dmil.ii.-
ran mm i.oi n riivuiar.
OKI'ICT JlorttMVl Cur. K.ittrlli mid
Ollte atrccK, Nt. l.nnU.
Ciisb Capital. - .
AltTIIITU 11. HAItlir.T, I'rta'l.
1II1NJ. VVI1.I.I.V1IA, Set 'y. .
V. M. HAWKS A. tiHAY, 111 U Slte jtrrst,
I'blauo, flulB Jlsx r- for lllinm-.
(I. P.TDl'I'EI.. L'jlr.i. StHvlal A nt Im .w.olli
I'ramiutii. pl,t ton.t tollecticui. niii.lt by O.Ji
niiKhc,t ii.il'rKlrt .Vntioiml ItanU.
JOIIM HYI.ANIV SAI.OO.V,,
Boor, Jk.a, ;fto:; I
0. C'OMMEIICIAI. AVKXIJE.
Uttwcrn Elgtim aii.I Mnt!i5trrl. ,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. 1,
'Hi' ltilrty,"whi loti ito. llqitoi, nhoul.l jiti
him n call, nn.l tho.o ho want n
VILIOBAKT CIO Alt
Cn hin Mt wants npplis .1 t ln Ur.
jon.v ciatHm "
IVoprlt-lor of tho
Illlllartl Salftou and Bar Hoin
lott ComMorclnl Ave.,
Cniro, - - - - Illinois
Popular Public Resort
Wbcro tho vi.llor will fin. I l.ir 1.1 ry rooina
iiaiutki.i.i: ami 1'Uii.n.Mini.r urtLn
CointortitMr. rnts, rte.. An.) A lar uppli4)l rltli
th.i h.t nn.l t'ftolritt I nrrr lrr. llu i.urLtt wmu
aii 1 li.innrii.ncir, -i ., 10 U f.iuo iitctkiro..
KTrryloly m mvlUJ lo ejll In and "uool o9,'
PUntyof roomfrs" totTfrjlKhly,
1, i. 1
2 c .
. Ill r m 1 .
. as s :
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