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CYBUS S. OBERLY, Editor.
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nois, and is a tnouey-niakiug concern.
Avy one who wishes to cnffairc in the
business will tin ! this to be au excellent
Inquire at the Hri 1 1 tin ofticc, ol Mr.
K. A. Burnett.
t t.20. 1TC. .lonx II. Obii.i v
( ii.. Vatkiv and apt. Potter :iie tir
injr utear h other through the column- Oi
the AriHJwii-Hfil. We cutreat thein to
'leit. Don't, nol boys. This U no
time for lHmoeratic qnarrx-I. Kia, and
Bos .Siu:i ni:iii) U liimnei.illy embar
racd. Ue lias bad a meeting of his
reditors. The statement made to them
Miows that be ba? JiXX'.OOO a-( t over
liabilities. He will probably go by the
board. Tbu one by one tin- r.i-o.tU.v
rni s f;iJI.
Mkhj ai 1 i.n, we l'topos' to take our
Ih-jnoeraey strjijriit. NVver again will
we go away with the Indtpeiident".
Tbfy must come lo u. r go over to the
Kepuljlicans ; or, if they prefer, rim their
own littlf politbvil show in th"ir own
way. With the stiulliuir out ol ('en. An
derson old he wance" light w7i put out
!.. K.I. W.ukixs h.n Jk-cii eb-ettd
to the houi' ol the general assembly,
from the ilt senatorial di-trict. by a
large vote. Wo enngratulate the colonel
011 hi suee s. Me will, we have no
oonbf, be one ol (lie leading niemVr i.f
the houe on the 1 "i-mopi-atic side, . Mid we
know be will lx- one ol the most indu
triousand useful members of the netn
bly. "I am not iippreb"ii-i ve ol the remit.'
continued Gov. Tjbb n. "The popular
majority must have its etleet in the way
ol counteracting any attempt at up-etting
the honest results of the election. Be
satisfied with the reflection that the peo
ple are too patriotic, too intelligent, too
ielf-poed to allow anything perilous to
be done anything that may disturb or
destroy our peculiar lorm of government.
1 on'tbe alarmed. "'
"Talk about 'the popular majority' in
a presidential election," hajs the Slate
Journal, "sounds very oddly for men
who proless to believe in the constitu
tion and the rights ol" thj itate." Well,
admit this ; but did it never occur lo the
Journal, that talk ubout the silliness ol
refering to the popular majority in a pres
idential election sounds oddly in Repub
licans like the Journal man w ho applaud
the doctrine that the majority should
rule, and that state rights arc "vanities"'
and altogether treasonable ?
Mk. Lincoln said that the nan who
eould elect a president could inaugurate
him. 2 Very true; but we won't. We
have elected Tildeu lairly; be will be
counted out; we will to to the people
and say to them: '-Ib.-sent this." No
violenc; ; no war. Wu will be cheuted.
We will swear a little and then settle
down to work, and at the polls ot the
North put down the cheating rascals of
lUdicalism. Let us have peace! Even
ibe peace ol Warsaw Is preferable to the
unrest of Mexico.
'I Mi; OTK I THH NK WIOKIAI.
'1 be vote for senator and members ol
ibe house of the Geueral Assembly In
this senatorial district, was as follows:
Ibn. les-e Ware, Democratic candi-d-t'.e
for senator, received:
In Alexander l.jjl
In Union 2,1 j
In .'ark'r.n -2,U5
Wwe's total vote 5,540
Mr. Charles F. Nelli. lb-publican ean
ii late for senator, received :
In Alexander ,2Zl
In I'liion ;iyj
In .luek-on 2,04
Nellin' total vote
'I be majority for Hon. Je-e
tbe district is l,2s2.
Hon. y. E. Albright, Dem-ratic can-
lidate lor the hou-e. received:
In Alexander j!iO
lu I'nion 2,0:54
In .Uekson 4
Albright total vote 7.22
Mr. Alex. H. Irvin, Democratic eandi
late for the house, recric :
bi bvUson ....
1 .14 1 J
I rviu' total vote i;..vj."i
Mr. 1". II. Kroli, iudejM-it.K-ut Demo-
'atic candidate for the hou rcceivcM :
In Alexander -rl
in Union 2,217
lu Jackson .,j
K rob' total vote ,
W. 11. Woodward, Lq.,
candidate lor the house, received
Woodward's total ote 0,674
I'lio. 11. Phillip, lli'i. Republican
eandidate for the house, received :
Iu Alexander 1,671
I" Colon 1,101 J
1 11 Jack -on 2,510
riilllipi' totul vote.
the dilLdozi iti rini-iiirt f
There arc five parishes In Louisiana,
In which, the republicans claim, tin
negro republicans were "bulldozed,"
which i tin expression signifying "In
timidated." In tin -e 'parishes, the Re
publicans a-i-crt. that a large number ot
voters were it-gi-tered : that two-thirds
of tho-c registered were Republicans;
that one-third were Democrats; that the
Democrats bulldozed the Republicans
and kept theiu from the polls, and that.
cousciiently, the Democrats obtained
majority of several thousand votes In
these parishes, and iu this way have car
ried the state for Tiiden. In view of
these facts, the Republicans demand that
one ol two things shall lie done by the
Radkal returning board ol the state
that 1. Ibe vote of these paii-dies shall be
thrown out; or that
2. The votes cast shall be counted,
and the votes of the Republican that
were not ca.-t shall bo also counted.
"II. "the Republican; say ."these parishes
are thrown out, wo shall carry the state ;
and we shall also earn- the state if the
board of canvassers count the votes ol the
Republicans who were "bulldozed."
I'pon these two thin threads tl e hopes
ol Gov. Hayes hang at this time.
And now the question an.-es. should
c ither ol the thing proposed to lie done
by the Republicans in Louisiana be done?
The Republicans s iy : "Two-thirds of
all the men registered ;i voters in the
five parishes were Republican." We w ill
admit this fr the in-tant. Now go on.
The Republicans, going on. ad 1 : "The
Democrat prevented the Republicans
from voting in these pari-hes."' We re
ply : " This may be trite, but the proba
bilities are that it N no; ;" and to enforce
this avert Ion let us both I.Mk
at the facts for a moment or two. Lu
us take the parih of Oiiuiiltt. The
Democratic vote in this pari-h w a l.(.0.
The lb'puMicsn. if they had two-thirds
of all the regi-tcred voter in the parish,
bad, on the day ol election. 2,0u0 voters
in t.he parish. They had a I'uited States
supervisor at the oll, and troops tobnek
l he 2.ttoYi registered men in any attempt
they mijint have made to vote. .Wvcr
thcles. not one of them voted. They
wcr intimidated the Republicans assert.
J- this possible? How could 1.H0O Dem
ocrats in Alexander county so intimidate
2.000 Republicans, backed by United
Slates supervisors and troops, that not
one ol them would ofler to vote ! Surely
there is nothing in the outcry of the Re
publicans about Ouachita parish ; and the"
facts about this parish apply with equal
for. to each of the other four so-called
bulldozed parishes of Louisiana.
But. let us admit that the Republicans
of the live parishes referred to were bull
dozed and did uot therefore evtn offer to
vote at the presidential election. In this
fact can be found no excuse for throwing
out the balloU that were actually cast.
The votes cast were, all admit, legal
votes. They must stand. Therefore,
theouly way in which those votes can
be overcome is to assume that certain
Republicans In the five parishes, in num
ber greater than the Democratic major
ity in the whole state, did not vote ; that
this number of votes must b conse
quently counted 011 the Republican tide
and tbc state in this way carried for Gov.
Hayes. Do the Republicans wish lo
elect their candidate lor the presidency
iu this way? We hope they will not at
tempt to do so. It would be a danger
ous experiment a uio.-t pernicious pre
cedent it successful. "There is no
precedent know to any election law,"
says the Chicago Trilunt , a Republican
pHper, "where the votes ot persons not
voting, and not offering to vote, can be
counted, no matter how strong may be
the presumption that if such votes had
been polled they would have changed
lu no other way than by either throw
ing out iivt parishes of Louisiana, or by
counting the votes of meu who did not
vote as votes lor the Republican ticket,
can Gov. JIaycs be elected president.
To elect him iu this way wauld taint the
result with the suspicion ot fraud, and
tins 1'resiJent Grant truthfully declares
the country cannot allord.
ni:iij or the oudi.k
President Grant, in bi first order to
Gen. Sherman, says : "No man worthy
of the olllce of president should be will
ing to accept it if counted in by fraud.'
J lie meaning of this expression Gov.
Kellogg, ol Louisiana, explains in a man
ner that leads to tbc belief that President
Grant Intends to stand by the Radicals ot
Keilogg's provinco In their intention of
throwing out the voles ol certain Deuio-
cractic parishes. In an interview with a
representative ot the New Orleans Tlmn,
on Friday last, Gov. Kellogg said that
the returning board would throw out the
Democratic parishes of Morehouse.
Ouachita, Kat Raton Rouge, and Kast
andVvet helieiana. "Tildeu tdmsOf"
said the governor, "would not accept bis
election u it siiould hap-M-ii that it could
be ffleeted only by counting the votes ot
those pati-he-;" and, says the inter,
viewer, "the governor Intimated, pretty
dearly, that they would not be counted,
and that the present head of the nation
would resi-t by every means in bis power
the eb-etioii ol any man by such means."
If this means anything, if means that
Proident Grant intends to use the army
to support Kullogji's returning board iu
throwing out the Democratic parishes
named above, and iu tbi- vv give the state
to Gov. Hayes.
DKtM.1., the.V-w York banker, brings
cheerlul words to the Democrats ol the
uauoii, irom mldent Grant. Drexel
cheerful words are that "the inspiration
of President Grant's order is the safuty
of the business luu-resu of the country."
Grant lays, according to Drexel, that the
country has nothing to upeet from
party but everything from business
wen, and to prevent auarchy he will kiu.
tain a fair count even at the expense of
me itepuwican party. H tUe,, are
President Grant's fcentimcnts, Gov. Tii
den will be lh next president ol the
U10 (lib congressional UiMrlet of
York, Hon. S. S. Co wsi the
Democratic candidate, and Col. A. L H.
Duganne the Republican t andbbitc. Cox
received 17,021 votes, and Duganne only
V". Were the Republicans of Cox's dis
trict "bulldozed?" This qucitlou will
be submitted to the di termination of
Gov. Kellogg of Louisiana.
I'kikr Cooi-ek carried one township
in tbc United State.
Infamous Telegram from Secre
"Florida Must be Made Republi
can." flic RaacMll
Itrtnrnlnff llonrtt nf the
( ti ml to the M, l.Hiiis lU-ptiMicttti.)
Jacksow it.u:. l'la,, Nov, 13. Re
turns all iu except from thos' counties
Democratic. The majority wiil exceed
OTMiAIOil Msi UAK'.IO.
The telegraph operator at Tallahassee
his been discharged upon a charge ct re
vealing this infamous telegram :
"V mN.;iox. D. C.Nov. s. 7d.
"Hon. M. L. Stkahns, Jb'la.:
"Florida must be made Republican.
Troops and money w ill W furnished.
"Signed. J '.. Ciiamm.ki:."
iiik v 1:1; lai i:sr.
The result not materially chanced.
Evidence ot fraud' on the part ol Repub
rvioi.xci. or 1 it t"i.
The vote ot Alachua county by pre
etnet r turns givo a Republican in .iority
of 731, but they presently claimed NH) to
1,000. The vote of that county wis can
vassed to-day and we have the following
telegrams from lion. J. Id. Dawlitn. ex
judge, and S. V. Finley, a son of lien.
Finley, present member of eontrres:
Amorviu.i;, Alachua Co., FI.i.. Nov.
13. Returns are up from Archer pre
cinct No. 2 claiming "' votes polled ;
3t)U Republican and 130 In mocratic.
Two inspector and three bystander
make attidavit that the true vote was .'Mi,
of which l'sO were Republican and I3
Democratic. No tally sheet was found
m the box, and only 270 ballot returned,
torged anJ false, and proof at hand to
convict the parties to tiie Iraud.
figned .1. 15. Dawi.ins.
W hole nuinlx rof votes canvassed 3.
037 : Stearns 1.077 ; Drew 1.2X); Republi
can majority 717. Could not get an hon
est count: a clear forgery ol 210 proven.
Signed S. Y. I'im.kv.
The purpo-e of the Republicans is to
overcome tbo honest Democratic major
ity by such frauds a tb- above, and the
fctate canvassing board is expected to re
cogniz.'j them. This board in 1372
counted out W. D. Rloxhatn as lieuten
ant governor, and be afterwards ob
tained his office through the state su
preme court ; also S. N. Niblaik, candi
date for congress, who afterwards was
admitted by a Republican congress.
The frauds were so great they counted
out Finley in 174, and he got bis seat in
the present congress by proving frauds
in the same county.
from tlte l'roviner
Ittxlieiils fteterininetl to
I ti" Pilule bjr t rwucl.
jc lal to the t. Louis licpuhican.
New Oki.kaxs, Nov. 13. Dr. Ryland
of West Feliciana, Democratic member of
the legislature tle:-t and master of the
state grange, left yesterday evening for
Chicago 1 1 attend a meeting of the nation,
al grange, with reports. The election in
We6t Feliciana was remarkably quiet.
The supervisor of registration established
two polls at the court bouse ten miles from
the ward iu which they should have
been situated, rendering it necessary for
voters to travel this distance in order to
deposit their ballots. Notwithstanding
the devi x of the Radicals, the Demo
cratic ticket received a handsome major
ity out ot the largest vote ever polled in
the parish. Tbo uegro voters came for
ward and voted tbc Democratic ticket in
spite of the threats ot the Radical lead
ers, and since the election they have man
ifested the utmost cuthusiani over the
result. The Democrats took ubundant
precautions to anticipate the falsification
of tbo Radicals. The Radical supervisors
feigned duplicate returns which were
banded over to the Democratic commit
tee. lie also ngued a statement that the
elecliou had been free, fair and full, and
the oflloer In eotniuuiid of the United
States troops at Rayon Sara tcstiiied to
the same elbct so far as the circum
stances came under ids observation.
Nkw OitU AVs, Nov. 13, 12:1.. Gov,
Habn, state register ol voters, stated to'
me this morning that during the regis
tration the Republicans enUeavored to
induce him to erue the names ot 10,000
white voters from his books in this par
ish upon their ew nig-machine alll lavits,
but that he refused. Hiibn is a Liberal
Two companies ol troops, a number of
deputy marshals and lilty or sixty negro
witnesses have just arrived by river.
Those Republicans who are worklug lor
a change in the returning board say that
they are still hopeful of ctlectiug their
object. The movement is meeting with
considerable opposition from that class
who desire the Republican ticket counted
The two member of the board, who
reside iu the city, do not look kindly
upon the proposition that they shall re
sign. I hey regard the suggestion that
they shall step down and out as an Indi
cation of a want ol confidence In their in
telligence and iutcgrlty, and they are un
willing to admit by such action that they
are wanting In these qualities. Kellogg
cannot remove them, and unless a change
is effected by some means, they will count
the Republican ticket elected whether it
is or not. 'fne Democratic state central
committee have intormaUou that the two
Radical faction? In Madison puibli ere
responsible for the instruction ol five
ballot-boxes in that pari-h. Tim letter
says also that Dlnkgrave, the Radical
tax-collector, bus acknowledged this,
stating that the Democrats bad nothing
to do with it.
NEARLY fcVMlV rWK KK I ill SI . V I KI.
Distinguished senators and represent
atives are here from nearly every state,
giving hope and ruiiddenca to the peoj h
that lair play shall be bad.
ttUUCAI-S T MAKi: NO t ONi I.sSIon s.
From conversation with sonic northern
Republicans who came to-day it U evi
dent that the party will make no conces
sions, but insist that the returning board
of Louisiana w ill elect Hayes as president.
They will not ugrte, they say, to any
proposition leaving the matter to nrbitva
li m by live men ol each party, but have
already instructed the Radical leaders
beretopusdi their case with all possible
vigor and compel the returning boaid to
throw out enough Democratic polls to
count both Hayes and Packard ilected.
1 lit; I'lJouiu.xjMi; lor. tiik rririu..
Should this tie done, the programme as
laid out In their conversation is that. when
the two houses ol eongri assemble to
couut the vote, objections will be made
by the Democrats to the coiintkig of the
Louisiana Vote. Ibe twt tity-sixotid
joint rule not leaving been adopted the
president of tin; -n ite counts the vtes
and he will p ry 110 attention to the ob
jection rai-ed. The house will then, it is
expected, withdraw, leaving the lbpuli
lican members in the senate uhercth-j
railing of the vote will be evtitinued mid
Hayes declared the president. They ex-pi-ct
the house after withdrawing to jio
into an election lor president and ilccl tte
Tildeu their choice, llaye. then, w i:b
the army and navy us well as th,. judi
ciary at his hack, leaves Tildtn with only
the support of the people and the Grant-llayesidinini-tration
The Condition of Affairs in
WiiHl lite Kciuitlicnii nrc Tom:
lu ft it.
(s;-cirtl Li-'.m li to Ihe Cumier-.loimial.)
Nkw Oisliiaxs, Nov. 12. New Orleans
has been ail day in a state of w arlike
tranquility. The people at large are un
armed, but th .' troops are active and make
a lively martial show. There are two
war vessels iu trout ot the city. The cus
tom house i s-ll-Sioicged. yet Kellogg.
Warmoth and Packard go at large, pu,-.
sued everywhere by a Irightlul security.
As lar as I have learned, only a Demo
crat negro here and there is'brougbr to
grief. Since the promulgation of Gen.
Grant's recent opinions the ne
groes arc much encouraged, and
feci that they will be protected in
whatever they do. Roth parties jiere
understand this, and the president's ac
tion is a notice to the Republicans to
proceed with their programme This
programme is simply to throw our
enough votes in what are called "buil
dozinir" parishes to change the Z,U))
Democratic majority admitted by ihe
Republicans to the majority ot 1..V.J
which constitutes the Republican claim.
Tbc Democrats, however, have ma le a
careful count, ollicial and uiu.ltieial,
making their majority 7,757. Ihe hal-lot-boxes
are being closely watched, and
there is good hope that they can be held
safe against tamjieriug. There is riot the
least danger of a disturbance. The peo
ple are serious and anxious, but not un
duly excited. Indeed, there is less ex
citement In New Orleans to-day than
there was iu Loui-ville two d.js ago.
The Republicans are trying to create a dif
ferent Impression, and more troops are
pouring in. The effect of these arrivals
is simply to encourage one party with
the notion that the government means to
protect it, no matter what it docs, .Mel
to impress the other party with the Idea
that it can do nothing which will sati-ly
the feeling of sectional hostility asiiiu
ously cultivated by the Republican
party. Half a dozen fair-minded and
disinterested men on each side could
straighten matter iu a few days. The
state has undoubtedly gone Democratic,
but I have it from ckxI authority that
Secretary Chandler lias telegraphed Gov
ernor Kellogw that the state must be
counted for Ilaye at all hazzards, and
that Kellogg has given assurances that
it will tie. Steps ar being taken to
prove thi.. Certain it 11 that all the
means of fraud are in the band ol the
Republicans. The Democrats have no
show to stuir the ballot boxes or doctor
return. A to the f lection, it will he
show n that t' o Republican double dis
counted the Democrats in the matter of
intimidation and fraud, wherever they
bad an opportunity.
Mom To Mnk Nonry,
We will i-tate tliut tbo mrtst, be.-t uud
lieeJie wy to multliily nnJ itu reasc"
it to call at No. 12 Wall t-trt-ct, New "i oik,
and consult with Alex Frothingliam A-to.
Thene xeDtlenifii, wliotiave lonif been
Identilied wilU ttie history ami uiUirs ot
Wall Htrett. aro unucually i-killed in ninne
tary atllr, an.J in t-vf ryiliin' iipei-taiuin
to lieculation, are unexcelU d lor ubilily
and (ironclcucy. It may aim he kuld ttiat
of the many Ji'rokcrii in that city they are
not only the most popular, but al-o th
mo-t mi oes-liil, bc-t jiutiotiied, and most
widely known lu or ueur tho vicinity of
Anion? the customer ot tin; house of
Alex Krotuinham .V Co., are mine o' our
leadiux and rtiiresmutivc citizens who
re mainly Indebted to the. labor of this
nrm lor much ot the wealth they now enjoy.
During the Ion and aucoeinful cxpe'r.
ieni'e ol McM.rs. Alex. Krothinifham A Co.,
in thi city they h ive ral lied for thi -iii-i-h t -an
tnvialde reputation for honesty, Int"--nty
and faith, and eniov a business almost
voloHul in it proportions Jn fuel, iud
mount of li isiuesi. douc by tbiliou-c in
the eoiirifi ol a year is ouiethiiif; wonder,
fill, and olten lurmi the autdmt ot ciru
nieot. It need hut a vUit to llieli sp-.u-it)iis
Orticeti in Wall street to prove the truth of
lie above ttiteiueiit. "
flow they iiiuna to cinert to ifL'O
r-"' to af 0, Ho mio mii, and ho u, U a
ecret w hich thev alone cun esplniu; but
that they .ucceeii in doim? foi ialnct too
well known ti admit of doubt. II you
woii.il aiely and prolitably iuvet jour
uiouey, ilj 1()t he.itate to Uvor thi. linu
w ith your Ah and eonlldeiiee. 'J hat bv so
doiDgyou wiilrexp an abuinbitit reward,
the experience ot tnotixeiuls ol f ur lies'
iitizeu. attest. The iieeejslty of taking
such a eourse in these time of tottering
bank ami linanclil stiinfiity iuut be ap
parent to the uwit indiilcrcut nuJ euitk.
AIe.r- Alex. Krothinttham & Co., ure
Ph1!!1 ,0 lD't"t money to any amount in
tne bet aesurltita, ud iu every tiuD.ao.
lion in Which they may be t-iiei t?uar
ntee enure .alisluctiou to Uitwu n Uo honor
them with their patronage.
tL9eu lor their Kxplanatory firculur
nd W ej-kly Ueports which thay mail Irve
(0 all Who doHiro tbeio. from X. '. Me
poll$. OAArilu 1.S70. T-lK-eod,IUB
day fiiarBts ettrif our W
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Atviilernl Mn! of Iliinol, by htr ilt:ilil
trust Uctfl, "t suit moiiKiiST, .Uuly'rxectiMl, ne
knon lol'-d D(J ikltcrei, lifhrinff ilnto llif Mil
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I'lilfp :!-', il.ii ciinvcy tintij )i h-iii.i iiiii nl v a-liu-n,ull
til lolluwiiiK lssrrilt jirpnit'e.',
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llliuuls t"-w-U : lic ulliwist rr.n-tinti . I (nil
nl st-cl i'll tflitv-lne (.'.') , tiMMishii s'- , nleili
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tDiial i:ut "f si:i-lion tnenlv -siv (Ji ), i:i Ion n -
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ruia tli ravilieut tif u l rui-iis.iorv rii-i r tl.c
sum el fine baiKli fl aij'f nit -eialit Unliai -,
filled liy lln-saiil Marei line-it nn, vavatiti- in
Hit- urdir nt i lie siicl 'r.-i-ii.us i.pn-nl-'v i mi l
mIhttus.u ii iii-f vi'tt-.t ii uml In- . r trti.t
ili-e.l. IhhI in r:ise of li-filui in liitpi -. ic tit i I
tin-sal I ptnDii "ty Hole, in miv ji.ut (h rt'ii,
nrriU'itiliK t l tlio teu'il :n, 1 i fici-t of Pni t ut",
tin ii, on Hiiltiutiiin nl l!ie li-ifnj licjili-r -f sai'l
li ite, it "huiial nml nislil t.e lawful fir tli tin
iIitmk.iC'I Uisi niu liieciilcy (i uell m. 1 ili: i-e
el tiitsuiJ il u1j, un-l all tlit iii-hl.tille. In n
elit, an t .- ii 1 1 .- til' re lrinitn ti el .-aid .Marni
Knlitl l, oi I. i r liirs anc HUsi'n- Ihrn-m. nl jmli
ln: iiicli ni, nl thev-t il urul Ihe cu.it le.ii-c,
iu I'll- cityof ( :urn, In the cenritv nf Alex. ielei
an 1 Stito of flliii'ii.-, 1" ir llic hiicst Htid l, tt
i rici: (hi.- same w ill bi ina iu lasli lnr li.ivin;:
ad vert imiI siich sa ilurly day- in any m m
ix r ul tliat time iiulili-lud iu Die sai l city i
Cairo and In inaVc, execute, nt.d deliver t i ti e
l.urclia.t r nr i-iux-lcism nt flUrli ful,-, n- d und
siiilii'icnl Oii d ur died- el' i nti'yaine fur Hit
IjI-viiiI-am Mil l, and nlit.d tin; irnci-i.i ( sin ',l
Mdr tn ri' U ' Mud i vlttiM - in ui nd in ad
v rOsin and msIUlj said jirniiief. iii' ln-lii r
attnrncv 's l-ri--, iil-n tiic ill inciKd mid ini is.i
nil paid li' tc ; all t, lii'iva-, (It t.j ii 1 1 das l-nl
Ina ti- in the . i .enl nl lli md "t'-, fin oc i p:ti
an 1 m'.i :e-i ; :. i, tln.n.l"li-, Jiiibi.'- untiri- n
lniui'V ';ivir. Hint in V ir-iiaiice el' said s.ei'
lnr-rrja.i , mi I by ' li ine nl Ht i..iiir a. "I uc
tiinrm ! m' ,.ra;.t- i lu ami l-v On- shii.c-, an I
I'V vlrlii'- "f il.i- .-at i it-; 1. 1 I in- m I. I lit- mi' i i -.
i.-'if.d. Will. mi 1 1 iii iy. 1 1:.- Kill day "I N'.iv . .
Ii. , Iv ., .it - "'clock', p in,, at i - ( i Wini- ! II,
court lin-.i-,-, niih-r:iyi, i nii , II .:n t ,i -ri ,
I ttio prriniisr uliuvi: .ni l In id ti ,! in 1 1
: '! di-: .'r:'':,t. an! ail I In r .It . I tl,- 1., :i.
e:it nti.l i-in:tv "f ndiu;ititi of tin' .'t-l M..ri.i
linlKCls, lKrln.ir- m a.-ii.-f. tin i, i -., nt put, in
auction, fir the hiufir.'i an I I .--I j -1 i -i- t,.- -im,
w ill It n0- i i ,'-h.
1 1 it I l si;t;n; i.v.-'.,i--,.-,c.
I,ll.i;ili .T f..V-HK. t ,: .., !. ... .
i, - , ;. :.;.: .- 1
Wl-cn-as, l.iai'v II. i.i-s i. lite I il; I a.: .,
county nf Alevmti.'i', :n-l Slate nf II i-tot . I
ln-reeit un lu.'i'iea.'i' ilti-d. duly i-.:ciii, ur
M.nwlnltfi-d nttd ili'tnen.l, l-iawrij." d.iti- l'n-
A' DIti day nf Oi'tnlK-r, A . !., I'M, mid ;i--l-nriii
d in lii lli-T lei s nlli- c. of said Ci.uilt "I
A!i'vai'der. ill vi,!tinn- ('.ni l,) nit ..ii : -1,
did convey lint,, ihr un 'i.r-nrind Wu. I.- n-. and
a-si'uias in u i.ih', il,,- l iil-iuni il .-i Lord
jiroirty. PiOiili? iii t-. l'iy of I'-iiin, ennn'v
f AlcxaiiiW i , und . : I o of Unions, to. nit:
Lot ni'.nili' icl twidv-l vi- i.'') i t I, , ( ; i t tu
Ii, r-1 Hi":y-niio ( I) , iu il." ( i v of tuim afm-r-i-aiil.
vv iii idi -id-1 irtoi'T.-tit- vva - made to m-ciiii' i'ic
i'iy;if-ro f on,- r r'ain iironti-.-ci y lmti- of ti,..
s od l.Nnlj- II dniti. Iiuiiii!r evni (late with -md
tie .1 .-" -r-, f.'l ti c ,tlltl of liv- l.tltldred ii .11 ns
11- iTaliliTtl I wo i-.ns nltrv d-.J -, tn Hie O' l. t
I tliu tin W-t'sk'. wi'h itdco ;t a' t'nc rati id
ten iT cent , T anniitn, litdil 1 til : At. I
W ticiv-as di'lj't-t Wa- li- n uta-ic ill the ,,tv
un lit of fai I note, rii t int n .,vr t!i i . t l -pnlili
-nolii i-is ioTcliv ien t.i.it on tlie . t!i
day of Nnvi-nt's r t . I-T , al Ii . ti o ' . '.
a in. , at ti.t west door of lite curt ho in n,"
ity of tiito, i :ii!, :y ol Alt .t: l. i ,
and StHlf. if r.'.t'tni-, I -diM -.1! :,i
public -uli- ' lln Iii sliest 'iii-, r for
o:l.dl. tia- -.tit tnoi t.ci il ,r,:i,i-i Hl.d a:l
With lit i' l ('(iiitv nl I r W nipi ton of tl s il l
Kinily llv!ri.i s. l.ifhi.iiv, extnii'ir.. i.dnenis-r.-titor.
er a-i-tp llii-f. 'ii, .ir-uatil tit!,- p.,.-
its rail i oi isiytiii iii I'-t i-ael iiiui-'.i.l.- i-.,n-
tanit - I II- o, tir 11 . ( i is t it.v v.
AIP.O. Ill . Oi I .'(' I I-
! HORSE SHOER,
JIXTII STJIEET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMEliCIAL
Kacufucture'? Sua P7.n VLorr-t, Shoes an i
cau Assure Good Woik.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED
l- -i, in
In tii- riif.l.i.t ( 'ouit'd' tl I't'udrl lor il.i
M.uth-1-n Id-tii.tvl" I. linn.-, I . b.;t.kr.iptcv.
In Hi. "iimtti-r nf .M ' Il' uiiiou A I'.. rntird
eti, I s n k riif it .
N'di'X is liei't.lr Kivcn 'it.it a piditlnn has 1 n
Weil in -ni l ! I.v 54i'l M ..-ium-1 iic-,i!.i.,n ud
Uci . ur l eil rd Intro, in tin- r .tttil , M ! -..-nndi
r, in cud ili. -ru;l, du v dis lun-d lumtr 11,1-und'-r
the net ol rotiresj it M.,i-.-)i j d, l-,,',
lor (.ii' ii.ir,-!: hi d crrliilcate tltciinl licriitil
tluir d.'t.H an I ..tlu-reiiM, i.rnvul.li- nrcL r aid
tt' t, olid tht llic .'Till d.-iy nl rirtnl.f r, t
i ievi n i, dock a. in , I, usi irnc tm tni- Iti nrms
of th .-sme liy t! -ind t..in-t, sit d.c I i u I
stnln (.ntii t i ,riiu in tht- ilv , ' Kj,t iii-.'!!. M,
w in-ii ncl wlii ic nil i itditui t t runl lji.r,kn,i,ts
und i-ll o-.lier i- v-ms in ftderct, mav uttctm an I
rl.evv l iiii.e, "I imy tlii-y h.-.ve, vvliy the pruvct i,I
mid l-iitin!iii tli'iuld i n! Li- utiii! d
ofco. r. iio.v i:v, i iri.
I.inr7.ir A I.ait-Ian. B!..-ni ) lor i.i'.lini,nB.
leited sprmriloM. Ill , ') t. 1 - . (i, 1-: ,
!Ikinl nfl (, :h hn.i
tu'e bi f'ltr. jni'i.fi'n.1 j;i,.
cau tvirifiv i,,. AT., rr'tt t i
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Al n'.a4rtii VorV T
Pu,-' pmt ('.M . :
tu tn- u,aT,L,l nl ,&r
Cif 119 t,. .1 ,Wiu, 114 hul.
ew., lut-l u: w. r.t-t In tLa
r,trot, i.tii'X n. uj iintrrii'd rcittiuo. J
)uuii lT li.Mil.e r.'- i..iu,,l rtbd
Ata i,l '
tLU.!:! nituririittios tM' ,'i iivorut urn 4.irQ Uj Ua m:
ii l.r, -n'u it , il
eutiou lii.w to prfrH.rv-ii ha.t.i, ai.J ti..nij,i, a.i7fi, ,.
five to tWlJ i t,-i-ka Hi trfaitticia ul youUl ; the Ut l,'I
4ii,it tru Mairm,' rjij ds In ll.e wut I. IVica Uioevj
Vjf Xlail. 'i:,e a'itl.ur may l turiaulu-u pcf.ut.AMy or uf
I -a.J ol, ii'V -,f trie ..il.,r, t, mi'it!oii U i:, i, - ...r. A.r-.
V' A. U. OLLJ. 13 ...i.v-i.'u au. Cwjuiu. Li.
AilmiiiUt i hIoi-'h .Nolle,.
lj-Uilc of JolniViowii, il,i-.us,d.
'I be utideieint-d, mu-f Invn it i - rin t-1 ; .
iiiinistialor nl the est. te 1 1 .Inim J:r.,u n , l.iu- nf
tin cnunly n Ali HndiT nml M.iic nf illiinis,
iicci,,e., hi-r'by pice finiuc tlnit le Mill utr.
(war ln.,rc ll,e comity curt ol Alcxuicicr
caiunty, at Hie court hniltip in ( uiin, nt Hit- llc
cciiiUi t.jiu, on Iiie lliird Monday in Ii.-k-h,-bt
i- next, ul w l.ii li tin,,- k1! r-nn, Imv rluim,
ai-'aiosl s.iid e.-tute me tiotiiU-l nn-l ri-nuc.-fcd to
micqd fni-tin. ,iiijiij. of ImviiiK Hie nine ml-JilrtC'l-
All ii -l-.-olli illdel.li d lo sunl Caliltl' iii-tf
rilUitil 1(1 Illllkc ilUlllllliutw piiviliellt IO lliftlli.
Haled tlii, 2-1 Ii d iv nfli r,l,nr, A . II. , 1-7 .
W Il.l.lAM H l.iil.li, Adin i.
nv i-nil 4-1- '. Is "0 . vv .
Ad mill 1st rill 1 1 Notice.
EeliilL- of IVter P'.vt d, il.-cem.Kl.
i lie lindi isiL.'i,i l liai in(r In in :i,..,iiiti . n l
Iiiinisli.ilru nf t!lt. t-ute of I'cti r Iinwil lulc of
the county i I' Ak A.indi r und Mate 1,1 jllitioi.
lii-cea-ed huri-by (fives nniicp that elte ill i,
iiir U-fbrt- II. u county oi.urt of All natelcr
cninty, u Ihe t nnrt limt -i- in 1 utm ul tin-1 c
eemlier teiiu, on Hie third Sluuilar in lieceinlM-r
next, Ml Id, Ii linn- nil pi'i-Biijjs'lMviiu' cl:iiiii
uuillal said tsUlc uiu imfiiicd and i-njiicsti- I
In aiu-ud fni Un- ,ur,oM- f having the aaiiu- ud
Juried All pci'.-iiin, iiniclitiHl lo said e.-tate all:
rciiRili l to uiuka iiiiintt.li!itt I .iv mint m tho
Haled Him l-t dtiv r.rSi.ytiiil.i r. . ii. ,!s:..
H-.'-Ov Mils. JlltUit.t.t liVl. Aditi'i-
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between WhUitco and Ooiauifcrila
Avenue, v4Joialnr Hanny'a.
KKKI'S fur aU the btial llui f, I'ora, Mutiou
Veal, la roll. hatiHiKic, an., nd la ir
r- l t rrve laliilllc iu an ki CLUl.ie tl.a; lit
Two Sizes, 50c. and (is 1.00 Bottles, at
finises Dompsund and Malaria Ik
For tho Sure
Holnmn?s Fever and Ague and Liver Pad,
ROGERS' FEVER AND AGUE PAD, $1 Each,
For Sale by
X3 SLJTLGJL VTiJ BROTHERS,
A FULL LINE OF
GLOBULES AND TINCTURES,
For Family Uso, by thoSinle Viil or in completo sets. Wo havo
neat cases coritairiinKEightppn of the Principal ilomcuput hie Hornet
rtjOH. Plain Directions for their uno with ev ry case. Will bo Sen
by Mail on receipt of price, 1.50. For alo b7
3U & jsl. 3E ; ;oj
At Wholenalc, tt
ELAINE, the -Family Safe Guard," at BARCLAY
BROTHERS, has received the Centennial
WAX FLOWER MATERIALS, Mouldirif? Tools, Urustaes, to, &c,
A Line at
Wanhington Avenue Etorc.
The "La PICCADURA" or "BOSS" 5 ct. Cigar ,
. 1" tta Orit-i-l nti' True Bosa" Chrar.
UAIICLAY UllOTIIEKS, SOLK AOEJNTS.
Golden Lion and other Fine Colognes,
AT BARCLAY BROTHERS.
i Choice Perfumery, Imported and American
j iu large variety at BARCLAY BROTHERS.
A Full Line of Toilet Soaps,
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS.
For Plain and Fancy Writing Papers,
Note. Letter, .Foolscap aurl Wl C.ir. Envelop, Ink, Pen-. Pencils ice . Ac
Low fxicttt, at BAKCLOV a Wft.inVton Av.uu Mori.
Waukesha, Bethesda, Blue Lick and Saratoga
Mineral Waters, at BARCLAY BKOTHEHS, Ohio Levee.
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS,
Either Store Ee sure to call examine and prica before you Buy.
White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Varninhea all colore, ana Pointer Material, at
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
i ; : i
Curo of Chilla, nt