THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1872.
JOHN II. OMKKf.Y, IMItor and I'ubllsl.or.
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TOR TICE l'RCSIDRKT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
' OUST A V US KG2RNBR.
VOn RKCRKTARY OF RTATK.
FOR AUDITOR OP PUBLIC ACCOUKT8,
FOR RTATK TRKAHURKR.
CHARLES N. LANl'HIER. '
FOR ATTORKKY flFNKRAL,
FOR CLKRK AUPRKMK COURT KORTHKRN
GHAXD DIVISION; I I
VOX CLKRK BUFREMK COURT CKNTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
Liberal ticket, district, State and national.
In tho minds of observing men thero is no
longer any douM of Wall's olecllon. II
It gaining stfthgUi ovary day makes
frlonds wherever he goes, whiie Clements1
experience it directly tho rovorae.
playing a losing gamo every day
CLKRK OF SUrRKMK COURT SOUTBXRN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
FOR COXGRXSS KJOimtEXTIt DISTRICT,
OEOROE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MKMBER IIOARD OP EQUALIZATION,
of Raadalph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN U. OBERLY.
H'c arc authorized to announce JOHN Q.
I1AUM AN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
Wc are nuthorired to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
exandcr county, at the ensuing election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Wo arc authorized to announce 11. W.
WEUR, ESQ., as a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
Wc arc authorized to announce I. II,
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuing November election.
We nro authorized to announce PETER
SAUP as a candidate forShcrilTat the ensu
ing November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON UlYIN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff o Alexander county.
Wc are authorized to announce JOHN
II. UOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic Convention
At Trumbull's meeting in Freoport, an
immenso whito hat, twelve feet high,
drawn by two horses, was carried in the
procession. Tlie man who got it up spent
$500 in 1868 to elect Orant.
Johnson, who defalcated from Wash
ington with $200,000 of tho people's
jja.W,i1o,PPJ'!t. boen.caught. This
would bo surprising, perhaps, if it was not
for tbo fact'tbst nobody has tried to catch
It must not be forgotten that Isaac
Clements, the Radical enndidato for Con
gress In this district, publicly confessed
that tho $2,000,000 stolen by tho Radical
agonts of tho government from tho pro
ceeds of tho salo of government arms and
amucitlon to tho French, had beon ex
ponded by his parly to help re-elect
Ulysses S. Grant. For such an ncknowl
edgsmont, niado as it wan In a vein of ex
ultation, ho dosorves the condemnation of
every honest man in tho country. "When,
then, on the Cth day of Novembor next.
you aro about to voto for a representative
in Congress, boar in mind that Clements
virtually endorsed tho villainy of Orant
office-holders, and tho expendituro by
them of a largo sum of tbo people's money
to perpetuato tho present dishonest ad
mint commonced, my relations to it wore
not what tbey are now. I compiled, how
over, with tho behests of my party when
the exponent of our principles, who is here
to-lgut, waa placed In nomination. Since
that time my judgment, my heart and my
tnM have K'oome, thoroughly impreg
nated with tho iollef lhat.wo aro engaged
in tho groat movement for tho redemption
and benefit of our country. Tho gentle
mnn who Is here to-night fsyour candidate
Ho has commended himself in a largo de
groo to our support and our confldonco by
his public utterances, both in letter and
speech. Tho sooccbes which ho has been
delivering in his present tour will bo
Thk Orant journals treat tho $200,000
defalcation of Johnson in tho Now York
sub-treasury as a stunll matter, claiming
that tho government will loso nothing, for
assistant treasurer Uillhouie must make
good the deficiency. Whorcupon the Now
York 'Journal of Commerce' is moved to
inquire "whether the funds stolon from
the money-ordor branch of tho New York
post-office, some time ago, wore ever re-
1 imbursed to the government, through the
'bondsmonof tbo robber?" "Wo havo
'never heard,' adds tho 'Journal,' "of the
'settlement having bcenmado; and it is
one of those facts tbnt would not be kept
out of point."
Simultaneously anothor'Kew York jour
nal inquires whether any attompt bas ynt
bocn made to save tbo government from
heavy lots by the defalcation of Collector
Bailey, one of whoso bondsmen is the fa
mous administration unancier, uenry
Clows. Following this might he put the
general inquiry, whether there is on re
cord on slnglo authenticated instance
where tbo bondsmen of government de
faulters havo been compelled to make
his obligation good. If thero is, name the
man, wo never heard of him.
THE Bourbon democracy havo gono
through tho form of appointing a state
central committee for New York, and
havo ii.ued an addross. The committee
consists of three members " at large " and
two from each judicial district. We fall
to discover a fatoilUr name upon the list.
Hos. H. Watson Webb is out of the
race for tbo county attorneyship. Wo
regret the withdrawal of Mr. Webb as it
leaves tbo Liberal ticket incomplete. The
idea of an uncompromising Radical se
curing office In a Democratic county
without opposition Is not a pleasing one
to say the least of it.
Ms. Bkick I'omkkoy's business mana
ger, one O. P. Sykes, professes to havo a
fresh letter from Charlos O'Conor, convey
ing that individual's aceeptance of Blan
ton Duncan's olTer of tbo presidency.
Another posltlvo refusal from O'Conor is
now in order, and it will probably be
forthcoming angrily, but tho truth Is, the
subject has Install interest to the public.
Davk Linegar is po.ted for a speech in
tbo wigwam to-night. If ho is earnestly
and honestly in favor of tlie re-election of
Grant, will be please tell the twonty-Qve
white men and three hundred negroes
who will bo thore to hoar him, why, after
t the Cincinnati convention, be declared
his purpose to support Horace Greeley?
If David was honest then ho Is dishonest
now; if he Is honest now ho was dishon
esttben. We desire bim to fix the date
of bis dishonesty.
The Greeloyitcs of Alexander county
begin to appreciate the necessity for earn
est, active work. Tbey seo the Grantites,
nder the lead of the office-holders, the
men who, for the time being aro pensioned
upon tho government fully organized
every man of tbem a member of a club,
working like a beaver and chattering like
a roagpio for the causo and the candidates.
And seeing this, tbo friends of Greeley
understand that thev cannot and must
not longer remain idle.
Tho step taken two weeks ago toward
organization was well taken. Threo hun
dred voters enrolled their names as mem
bers of the Greeley and Brown club. Tho
club met on Wednesday night last, and
the court room was crowded
almost to discomfort. Over
sixty new mo rubers were obtained most
of them being of tbo "bone and sinew" of
the city men who aro earnest and who
act from no selfish or ambitious motives.
Let the recognized leaders of the party
now bestir themselves. Proper effort on
their part will, boforo tho 13th day of Oc.
tober, swell the membership of the club to
a clear majority of all tho voters In the
The second meeting of the club will be
held on Wednesday evening next. At
that time its officers should and duubtless
will, present a plan for a vigorous and ef
fective prosecution of the campaign.
There is no time to fritter away now
Every friend of tbo Liberal causo is ex
pected to do his duty to give
of his time and of his money
to effect a thorough organization. It is
the one great thing needed now
and tho leaders, those who have profited
by tbo party's success, as well as those who
expect to do so, roust throw a little moro
vim into the canvass, Tho masses look to
thorn to lead in tbo work of organization,
and will hold them responsible should
thoy fnll to do so. Tho time for trifling
has passed. Vigilance, industry, ceaseless
work are called for and must bo exercised
and expended. To your posts, then, Groe-
loyitos overy man to his duty.
Oioisok W. Wall, tho Liberal Demo
cratio candidate for Congress in this dis.
tricl is making a vigorous and effective
canvass. Largo crowds groet bim at
every point, and, his speeches to them aro
invariably able, .earnest and telling. In
Johnson county, last week, bo addressed
ft m audience of not leu than' 2,000 persons.
At tne close of his speech he was sur
rounded by voters who although they
tifBOfttd Dan Munn -and tbo wliole
Xadlcal ticket, avowed their purpose to
rote, in Novsmbsr next, the entire
UIS SPEECH AT INDIANAPOLIS.
A COMPREHENSIVE VIEW OF THE
YUUKUKKS' GLOWING TRIBUTE
TO GREELEY, ETC., ETC.
Mr. Greeley arrived at Indianapolis on
the 23rd, and in tho evening addressed ar.
auaience or at least 10,000 persons. Tho
Hon. D. W. Voorhees gave the eminent
gentleman the following nattering Intro
r . . v.
JKT r ELLOW-UITlrvv.. rru. L. .
.m..mv ..6 vuD uuunjcuished guest has
been assigned to m. it i. L ' ' "
mr Mend,, that when tWYrtrt bow!
among tho fow specimens of political lit
craiuro preserved lor tho admiration ol
futuronges. I do not hesitatn to say in
your prusonco, ana nuioro mo wnoiu coun
try, that for purity of sentiment, olovatlon
of thought, Integrity of purpose, broad
philanthropy, lofty benovolunco and nlc
vated statesmanship, tho speeches that
Horace Greoley nas delivered on bis pres
out tour tlitwli the Wost bavo no equal
no parallel in American history, In tho
politics of our country. Great applause
If I had never been for him before, J
would be for him to-nlgh!. I Cheers. His
eloetl-jn signifies pence and reconciliation
signifies lovo among tho sections whero
bato bas prevailed. It signifies purity in
every department of tho government. I
stood forth onco to oppose this movement,
but bowed to it when mr parly decided to
omurace It. ro-nigtit l go lurtiier. '.to
night 1 embrace it with all my heart, with
all my mind, Wltn all ray strength, as tend
ing to purification, tho redemption of our
whole country, North and South, every
where. Loud applause. This spectacle
is a bright omon of success. I propose to
introduce to you, my fullow-cltizons, one
of tho mon who, by his own brain and
bands, has carved for himself a formo;t
place, not mcrelv In tbo hlstoiy of the
country, but in the history of the world.
I proposo to introduce one" who, from the
positloD of labor and toil hit placed him
self in the front ranks of mnnktnd Hor
ace Grocley. Loud and prolonged cheering.
Mr. ureeiey, on uemg introduced said:
People of Indiana: The distin-
gushed gentleman wbohasjuit addressed
you has pronounced tho two wulch words
of the present canvass. Tbo first is rec
onciliation, and the second is purification.
I propose to speak, to-night, in tho inter
est of purification. Our country 1ms re
cently encountered and vanquished the
the poril or disunion, she is to-day con
fronted with the deadly peril of corrutw
tlon, the cancer which is eating her vitals,
whereof tho essence is purchased legisla
tion, bribed public servants, and servile
betrayals of tbo highest trust. Thoso are
thu elements. Let mo endeavor to lllut-
tiato her present peril by simply recount
ing to beyond denial ami by undeniable.
facts, which illustrato the history of leg
islation by congress with reference, to the
Union Pacific railway. I would tlx vour
attention vn this as a sample of tho means
whereby scheming. selfish, avaricious,
men contrive to glut their own greed
while they talk of public interest and pub
lic beneficence. Ten years ago congress
passed an act chartering the Union Pacific
railway. ina; act was Intended and cal
culated to secure connection bv railway of
our Pacific with our Atlantic States. A
noble purpose, and one which cannot but
bn strongly commcded, as it was. Certain
tbat private capital would not build a
road through 2.000 miles of montaln and
desert, congress resolved to aid that enter
prise generously. In tho first place the
right of way through the public lands was
granted, with the right also to take mate
rial irom any part or tbo public domain.
Next, a large grant was in aid of the Pa
cific railroad, and bonds of the govern
ment to the extent of over $25,000 per
mile were loaned to the company in aid of
this project, and the first mortgage on the
railroad taken therefor. It was thus pro
vided that tbo road should be built with
public money for the public
Alter a fow years this project,
having passed into the bands of capable,
grasping men, some of whom were mem
bers of congress, a new step was taken.
Congress was induced to authorize a new
loan in aid ol this project, and an equal
amount of tho government aid, that is to
the extent of at least $35,000 per mile, and
this now loan was authorized to take pre
cedence of the government loan. In
other words, congress relinquished our first
mortgage on ino roau ana took a second
mortgage, authorizing the company to
make a first mortgage of eoual amount
ahead of ours. Jow, then, our security
was destroyed by this way, so that our In
vestment was to be of no avail. In a lit
tle whilo a private company was some
where chartered, entitled tho Credit Mo
bilicr of America, and that private com
pany or ring was composed of a lot of ac
tive members of tho Union Pacific rail
road company, somo of them members of
congress. No list of the stockholders of
this Credit Mobilier was ever published or
can bo obtalnod. But these irentlomen
proceeded tomako contracts virtually with
Itself. That is to say, ibo same gentlemen
officiating ns officers of tho Union Pacific
contracted with themselves as officers of
the Uredlt Mobilier t Amur ea tn ran.
struct tlie. Uniou Pacific railroad at enor
mous prices, wh ch ubsorbed both the'
bonds loaned by thu government and the
private loan of the company. In oihor
words, these gentlemen contracted with
mcmsuives to pay thamse ves twica thu
fair rust of entirely building and equip-
government, they proceeded to dlvldo
ping tbo road, and after b
witn tne proeeods uf monov loaned iv Mm
among themselves thu other bonds, ciiual
to the amount which congress had made
mortgage on tho entire road. Bv thea
means twenty or thirty millions of dollars
were uiviueu among tho parties, and after
all that money Was so divided and thov
wero called upon to pay, they divided the
bonds and built the road with tho (jov
ornment bonds, which woro n second mort
gage on nut company. Now, you seo
tbeso sumo gentlemen who engineered
through congress this project of making
the road cost double what it should cost,
and making half tho cost an appropriate
dividend among themselves, tbeso gentle
men now appear before congress for
addditlonal advantage. Congress had
thus far reserved to thu eountrv
auch turns as this railroad earned by car-
mu man, aim mo provision, dec, for
the army of tho United States. But this
company said no. Thoy said, wo want
yuu io remrvo nun mo monoy you oarn
anu pay over half tho monoy to us. Con-
sequenny, in March, 1B71, by an nmond
mont fastened upon an armv annrnnrU
tlon bill, the secretary of tbo treasury was
instructed to pay ovor to these companies
half the money thoy earned by carrying
tho malls and armies, and only reserving
half thoso earnings toward the payment
ui mu imureii, semi-montniy, accruing on
sue uonus. x,egisiaiors nnd corporators
corruptly used their legislative powor to
faston this corrupt debt upon tho pooplo
oftho United States. Applause Now,
then, I stand here, fellow-citlzens, to insist
iUU lujjuiaiuro oi your country, no
t onal and state, needs purification, nnd
that tho leading mon in our government,
tho men who are speakers and member"
of the committee on Pacific railway, and
othor railways, that theso men should bo
callod to justice. Applause Wo need
reconstruction. We need purification,
and this is provod by tho letters of Oakos
Ames, the undenied and undeniablo let
tors of a member of congress, corporator
and a largo stockholder In tho Union
Paclflo railroad, of which ha
preildont. Those letters ineontmtii.il.
prove corruption, and corruption in hich
places. On this day the people of thU
country aro paying some millions per
annum out of thalr hard earnings for In
tercat on these bonds loaned to tho Pacific
road, paying this money as Interest to
meet the vast sum divided by these gon
tlemcn among themselves and tho divi
dends of the Credit Mobilier of-America.
Now, gentleraon, I do not say what Indi
viduals have received this monoy, bull do
say by corrupt log'slatlon in tho way of
Individual gains, thirty or forty millions
of dollars havo been saddlod on this
country, an unjust and unrighteous dobt.
Applause Wo aro callod upon to pay
me iniorest now overy six months,
ana alter thirty years wo must pav
in? principal, ana all this bocauso, ns 1
havo briefly exposed to you, this could
not havo beon accomplished, could not
havo boon effected, without tho conniv
ance and support of mon high in author
ity, and these facts assuro you that purlfl
cation Is urgently' needed.
Fullow-citlzons : Lot mo say ono word
tor reconciliation, f or years i havo on
treated, for years I bavo Im
plorcd, that strifo nnd contention
should cease. For years I havo
said, lot us havo universal amnesty and
Impartial sulfrago. Great applause.
wu havo ncchloved imparim suiirago.
No man contests no man disputes It,
Now glvo us universal amnesty. Wo
ought to havo it. TGreat applause. It
is timo that alienation should cease, it is
timu that tho bitterness and hatred engen
dered by the last contest should cease. It
is timo that tho American people, thu
whole of them, should bo asked again to
aisumo tho right of power over our com
mon nationality no autocrats, no aliens,
no proscribed. and then, united onco
moro In taking the vows of allegiance, tho
honor, tho unity, and tho prosnoritv of
mis great rcpuiuia win do assured
Great Apnlauso 1 I plead for reconcili
ation, perfect and complete. .1 stand for
amnesty; so thorough that no marshal be
left outsit of its circle. I drslro to seo
every American rscalled to lovalty by be
ing asked to stand equally with us on n
common platform of American nationality.
iellow citizens, wo wero promised
these four years ago In tho republican
national platform. It has not been con
ceded to us. Wo must tako It. Wo havo
asked for it long enough. Now tho people
say wo will bavo it. Apptauso.j In
several states in Virginia, in Missouri,
In West Virginia, the Peotilo havo beon
aked, Will you have every man en
franchised ; no man proscribed 9 and they
have always answered " Yes, yes." No
proscription: universal amnuslv. Tim
whole people will so answer Iftlio ques
tion can bo fairlv presented. 1 have nut
tl.o question. I represent tho aftirmattvo
of that question. 1 call on the pooplo so
to voto that no man shall doubt that the
American pooplo demand universal am
nesty, and tho restoration of every with
hold right to ovory American oorn or
naturalized on our soil. fApplause.1
Pooplo of Indiana, I know your gener
ous hearts are with me. 1 believo that
your votes will testify that your hearts aro
souna ana true. I know you cannot be
bullied, and I feol that when your verdict
hall be rendered.it will tbrill'tho heart of
the friends of reconciliation from ono end
of tho country to tho other. Applause.
I know you, and trust you. Your hearts
beat responsive to mine. Make it sure that
there shall bo no ambiguity in your ver
dict, and nothing to mar the completeness
of your triumph. Long and deafening
The crowd then slowly dispersed.
those men should stay In a room adjoining
that in which Mrs. Bakor and her husband
slept, and keep watch ovor night. The
commiitoo stationed themselves in a room
next to tho one whero the manifestations
wore said to nave, taken place, and tbo
door, was left open, . Their report the next
morning was that they heard a conversa
tion between Mrs. Bakorand the departed
Korflno of about an hour's duration,
which took place from twrlvo to ono
o'clock In tho night. Tho voico of Kor
flno was so natural and so similar to what
thoy had all heard during his lifo time,
that thoy are almost willing to swear that
it was iio that spoko and no ono olso,
Howovor, as thoy saw nothing, for tho
description of tho nupernatural appear
ance, wo must tako Mrs. Battor's stato
mont, as given above Tho affair has cro
atod qulto a commotion at Seneca Hill,
and wo glvo tho story as wo hoar it, leav
ing our readers to draw tbolr own conclu
sions. Wo may learn moro from this in
GREELEY IN THE SOUTH.
A correspondent of tho New York
'Tribune,' ,who hat mado a tour of a major
ity of tho Southern states, sinco tho Balti
more convention, thus recapitulates his
convictions as to tho result thero next No-veinblr.
Tho states which aro certain for Greeley,
ho says, aro :
States Klect'l vote. States. Elcct'l vote.
Arkunsa o Tcimecc is
Delawaru :i Texas a
Oeorghi It Virginia n
Kentucky yi Wert Virginia 0
Mar land 8
Missouri 15 Total 101
aorth Carolina., .!
Alabama 10 Louisiana 8
Tbo states which are doubtful, hhi whirl.
will probably go for Greeley, are:
Tho only Southorn stato which Is counted
as certain for Grant is fc'outh Carolina. 7.
Thouno doubtful Stato which In nrnli.hltr
his, is Mississippi, 8. r
Tho correspondent concludes: "If Greo
ley carries nono oftho doubtrul Southern
states, ho can boolected by the vote of New
York, Pennsylvania. Now .laraxt- am) In.
dlana. with those statut in tint Snil, f
which he is sure If ho carries Alhtn
and Louisiana, ns I am confident ho will,
tho vole of Now York and Pennsylvania
alono will como within ono electoral vtn
of the 184 required for a choice Or, ho
could loso Pennsylvania and still succeed
with Indiana and New Jersey, and either
Wisconsin, or any cf the three Pacific
states. Tho Liberals at tho North may bo
assured that tho prospects at the South are
fully as encouraging as I havo represented
abovo. If Hartranft Is defeated in Penn
sylvania in October, thero will bo no
furthor doubt about tho result In tho
states I havo classed as doubtful, and in
all tho South Grant will be ablo to expect
no support save In South Carolina."
The Presidential election take pU
on the Tuesday after the in: Mozdsr :
November, the fifth day of th-s sc:i.
in eTery cute excepting .rjorvii. li
males over twentv-oae vtars of i;
cast their ballots for an electoral "iieVet.
In Florida the Legislature chcom :b t!
ectors. Each State is entitled at '.it
Presidential election to a number of elec
tors equal to the whole number of tu Sen
ators and Representative! io Congr,
and for this year the electoral colleae ii
based upon tbe representatives ia Con
gress under the census of"lS70, according
to tbe apportionment bills Dined at the
last session, and the whole number of elec
tors for all tbe States is Z&C. This is an
increase of 49 over the number of e.ectors
at the Presidential election of 1W8. which
Th following shows how the electors are
apportioned among the States for the
Presidential election of 131!:
Alabama 10 Missouri . 15
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my hands ; I thick I wiildircsT sts isto
mr eyes. i I wet I KraiK al i
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California . . .
Main ... 7
Michigan.... .. 11
North Carolina . .
South Carolina .
t cet Virginia,,,
As compared with tho electoral voio ot
18'i, tbo Western mid Southern States
gain 118 electors, tho Middle States R; Cali
fornia 1, and Massachusetts 1, making the
total Increase ol 4'J. In tlu-'Middlu States,
PensylvanjU gains 3, New Jur.oy 3, New
York J, and Maryland 1. Nearly every
Western and Southern States guita-s one
or moro electors.
) In 1808 Grant received tho votes of 214
electors, and Soymoro received tho votes
of 80 electors. Tho total popular voto
cast numbored 6.710.688. ol whlob tin.
Grant electors receivcq 3,013,188, and the
Seymour electors 2,703,000 a inMority for
Grant of 309,588. In that election 34
States voted, Mississippi, Texas und Vir
ginia not having been reconstructed.
Thero was no popular voto in Florida, the
oloctors having beeu chosen by tho Leg
islature. At the Presidential election
this year probably 7,000,000 persons wil
THE HPUllT OY X DEAD MAN SAID TO Al'
I'EAH IN IIODILY FOHM.
From tho Oswego Press, Sep!. 20.
About three woeks ago a Gorman named
.eruno, wno lived two miles cast of
ouiitxa mu, uiou suddenly of smull-pox.
Ho was possossod of somo property, and
left no will that any ono know ofVt tho
timo of liis doalh. Korflno spoko in
broken English in a poculisr manner.
1 his fact must bo borno in mind In order
to under stond what follows. Ho Is suid
to have lived on not very good terms with
his household, and had a daughter who
lives out west, of whom he was vory fond
ftinco his death, a woman by tho nume nf
Mrs. Bakor, who lives about half a mItu
rrom whero Korflno lived, has beon mak
ing statements to tho otl'oct tha tho spirit
r . ' P0 P,P.areJ ry night at tho
foot o her bed, in tho form of a child, tx-
fiep.1 t.,1?t 10 fuco w,l t,,Rl of Kerllno, and
that it hold conversation with her in bro
ken Lng Ish. She claimed that Kerflne
had told her whero a will and othor valu
abio papors woro, in tho houso whero ho
Jived, una it was ssld(on this point tho
story Is not very clear), that ii will was
round ,n the place Indicated, which gave '
out wM?.r,ertjr t0 W favorlt0 iMW"
The neighborhood was naturally oxcltcd
vL. .,toriu ni1 U Wft !vod to in
f,nm8.1 ' A, oranlttoe of live persons
Investigate the matter, The plan was that
'is s UiV Tii: i mr. Asi "f ir;-'
pes- iii". p.-'-v.T. viv-i1i tzck. cttT '
oa tit f . 3ir vki zztl:z, I u .!
ttk., a eiipjsti o" -a-AZVrf to . '
coio-! iUby; locked Ustsci ii I u '
afoety littfetoi. asd looked Juit Hi 1
tbe coicfseL H smelt of cigars, and I a I
not citd to ttta. I wonder who Ut 1 !
belong to? Yes. there s anotber ohe that's
graoma. She held me against ber cheek
and isid it was granma's by, so it wat.
i aont know who l belong to, but I'll
holler and find out. The idea of giving
babies catnip tea when they are crying
for information. I'm going to sleep. 1
wonder if I look red in the face?''
E V E N I N G
F STTl -A. fiRT
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TO OlYK A MOHK UNIVOHM AND I-LKASAKT
II CAT, TO USK LK8H WOOD, AKK MOHK
CAKKFULLY FITTBD, AMC MOHK
KABILY ANDCIIKAl'LY MOUNTXD,
AKK U.VDKK MOItK rKRFKCT
CONTROL, I1AVK A BTROVOKK
better satisfaction, and nl,l fnr .
Less Price than any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
In tho market. Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
NT. LOVIH HO.,
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. W. HENDERSON,
PARKER & MONTAGUE,
Proprlttors of I ho
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
Corner 7th street and w , vrvmu m nnu
commercial Ay. "
Tho best brands of Cigars, choice
net, Liquors, etc, always en band, tf.
DEALERS IX HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
O.I. TENTH-ST. axd OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR
And Agmn of
UIO RIVER AND KANAWHA
FOR ONE DAY ONLY.
70 Ohio Levke,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Bucosssort to E. It. Ilendnoas k Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
ViygSa. I.ibersrMdfsncemeDU made atfSSfsW
tkaaW upou ConslKonients. aEV
Are prepared to reesiv. store and forward
freight to all points and buy and
sell on commission,
WDuslness attended to promptly;
Z. D. MATHUSS.. O .UHL
MATHUSS & UHL,
Commissi on M erchantb
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
HO. M OHIO IMtMM,
MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE
Will exhibit In this city on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER SECOND-
Corner Cedar & Elkventii Sts.
This company hadbecn (argcly ainmiented
since their last vistt to this city, are now giv
ing far better perforrornces than before.
Two performances at a and 7 o'clock p.in,
Admittance, 5Q cents s Children under 10
twenty-nve cents. 1
For further particulars see small bills and
posters. ' '
. W. ll.FLATT, G. Dlrsetor.
L. Myjcrs, Agent.
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