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TUUIWPAY. SEPT. If i is: 1.
Unirlkl l'uprrol tlioOlly sstitl Count' .
J j'lMl.OUKIUi KrtlMt mil I'nMISBer
TKKMtt 0FT11K UAllA yULLKTIH
Oae wok, try carrlar C
Qie year by carrier, iriadVMico 10 00
One year by carrier U tot pUd ,u
advance..... i ou
One month, bymau,, 100
Cnrae months 3 00
li mortal, 8 M
On, year .... 'M '
TKnMh or WBKKtT BVLLSTlN.
on Year .... . t) '
Six Month i
Invariably In artvtiner.
M.-...II..V iimllrr mi iius
oral convention that iflct nt Anna,
September 1, 1874, aud nominated
candidate for ,tlic' legislature in tbc
Fiftieth Senatorial District ; ..'
Alexander, IJ F Intake, .1 O Lynch.
Jackson.-l' Diifeonploscph Oulljr.
Unlon, Oliver llil', T M Ferine.
At Large, T F IJoutoa, of Union.
Democratic Slate Ticket.
For State Treasurer
CHAItLKS CAltKOLL. .
For Sup'erl ten lent ot I'utiltc Instruction
S. M. UTTEU.
For rongren E'gMrenili District.
XV I L I AM IJAItTZEL.
For Itrprr eutatlv PHlledi D'atrtot,
POILVTAI.V B. M.mtir.UT.
TH E PLATFKM.
l'lRvr-The restoration ol gold an.' li'ver
as the )'s ot' t io currency; tho reutnptl .n
cl sp,-. ti pa me n I' m -oou at polble i h
cut dlMter to 'be tu-In-n of the country
by steadily uHo-lrg InCittnn ml ly the
piyn.ent oi tb ixttlo al indebtedness In th'
money ot the civ llzed world.
SKCeSD Kro .-cmuer o; no latin' for any
othir purpoc hut rescmie.
Tumi. individual dberty and opposition
to mmrtuary laws.
FocrtTii The right and duty1 ot tho
but to iro'oct It-ditzf mi frin exfrt'on
ami unjust discrimination by chartered
I iTH-KU(ld rirt tion o' the govern.
mrt,"bo,h (5t ar,d aii-im!, to the lglt
nut ili.ikjir. . f i.untl powrr by txeital
U'K U)refr..m all txe.utt and legt-laUve
lUZAlsr, in a letter to The New
York Herald, telh Lott ho made hi
escape from the clutches of McJIabon.
Where i Judge Durrell now
Kcllopp is iu greater need of him nt
this time than ho was two years ago.
Mr. I'eun, the revolationist-Lieu-teuant
Governor, must hurt somebody,
why don't he Cud Pnrrell ntid- hurt
JloftTO.v 93j Ueedher occo told
him that a rfoman gavo him a "parox-
jumal kiw." IJeeehcr likes that kind
might accept the nomination without
Ettiltiflcatiou. Mr. Gore also cndoiFod
all of tho opposition platform that Mr.
Ettcr did, and tnoro heartily. And
noiv what is all tho fuss about which
some of the Independent Reformers and
tho Radical wpers have created ? Etter
does cndor.'o our platlorm substantially,
and he suits u. If The Journal dncs
not like him The Journal may dislike
him aud be blamed.
REVOLUTION IN LUCISIANA.
The McEncry government has ousted
tho Kellogg gorarnraent in Louisiana
and tba late Radical governor nud other
tate oiliecrs have fled from the capital or
are there under the protection of Fed
It is tSio that the white peojile of
Louisiana have endured many wrong',
and have ousttd n usurporj but wo
haTo our doub s of tho wisdom of the
late revolutionary moremeut. Wo be
llevo that the revolution the McEnery
party iDnuunratcd nnd made
tucctlul by a bold resort to . arms,
will work mischief not onlv to I.ouiti-
TliE nemocratic party aehieTod an
other brilliant defeat iu Maine the
other dy, and a disatrous victory in j
Iioiiininiia nn TupsdaT last.
ana but to all tbe country. Whatever
GERMA.vr is expelling tbe Dane J the people of Louiciana may believe
from tfchlcswisj-ll'olstein. Germany j anncernhif; tlir justice of their came,
oufiht to tke soma penon or his nhc I it will be difficult to convince the pco
' ilu I mating bully. lAtti Den-1 plo ol tho Sortli that the rcrolution in
mark has pluck, but he oati't ftnd up not an outcropping of the same epirit
against hh big mnrculnr neighbor. 0 hostility to the government of the
l.nton that led the people into tho war
of tho rebellion. Tho result of such a
printcrs,tht present law was framed. Wo
believe it to be an excellent law; hut
of what use will it bo to tho people if
not faithfully executod? If the Com
missioners of Stato Contracts givo con
tract to other than tho lowest bidder,
tho law might as well bo repealed.
Wo may bo mistaken, but our present
impression is that another State print
ing investigating committee will be
ncccsinry next winter.
Desperate and Fatal Rencon
tres at Lexington, Mo.
Two Men Mortally, untl
One Man Severely
THE HORRIBLE RESULTS OF
l'KMMnos has dertcd bi fpUow
er's and got ou to Ihc cOmmo'u sense
side of the' financial quostion. What
docs Mr. t'ottor think of Mr. Pcndlo
ton now? Has George ilso become a
national bank man ? Has Captain
HaUiday had anything to do with
George's conversion to our side?
1). IJ. Vtss, tho Lieutcoant.Gov
crndr of the McEnery government of
Louisiana, is a plucky man. He it
wn v;ho ealled the White Leaguers to
a run nnd preciptUtud them upon the
'rtJ4Hm "Hh the tliM tf .drty j Kello-gletropolitais. Gov. McEnery j Republic.
mi-coDstruetion of the action of the
Louisiana revolutionists, taken in con
ucction with the lawless reatlcgiuces of
the ame classof men iu Mt9sisaippi,Tcn
ueijec and Alabama, will probably bo
a renewed loao of power to the Radi
cal party. Wo need not say that vic
tories of the Republican party upou
tbe Uaue of a new rebel
lion in tbc South will bo dis
astrous to the peoplo of tbc
Southern Stutes and daneerous to the
This must be apparent to
Ltured, j.rtvUJ ,,r!u, nt in t1i oitr. Wl.v? V... ), . . , 1. i.. . i
VeJ olu .r.n.lid. ...iui I . . . - ' . "w . l'c'"" ",JU uus uu au uwerycr
ire. ii m unateiriiy
ttdHtlUtl' !...! 1 , o I, i, ....
The followiog Central Committee
was appointed by the 'Republican cou-.
gressfboar cflnvetnion thv not a
M nuocfCilj-, Augnst'13, 1S71 :""
A.-Xf.uJr couuty, O. W. ii Ka!K
Jc.(con, I5t.J L Wiley;
Jabnaun, A J Alduti;
.Mmific, llaory Armttroni? :
IVrrv. S J. lUrkfj
1P, II U. linker i
Vmn.W, Owre V. iUnz. ar.i -
lUndnipn. l). H. MoMiftrs;
Union, 1. U SUnton;
Willluititun, Miiu Ktwin.
The following Central Committee
was appointed by the Republican con
vention ot the Fiftieth sanatoria! tlij.
triol, held at Mound City, August 13
Alexander eot'Bty. K H. WnlbriOgo:
Jnciu.in, Exr i 1M1U :
Union, 1. II. r-iiliipi.
At the Demooratie oonLTessional
toniflntioa, hold at Anna, September
ii, ls7i, tha follovring Central Com
mittee for the Eighteenth dittrlct wa-f
Uinditljih, Hvrly TViluhire;
rrry. K. li. Kuih-r;
WlilUmion, O. V. OodJrd ;
Jckon, 0 V. Androwsj
Union, Hugh Andr-wtj '
Jonrifon, I. S i'mrco;
M.M.e. J W. Thrift;
l'ip, D. U, Pi Id ; .
lu. n-ki, Otd Kboa ; . v
AUmndkr, ,Il,ti II OWly;
At Lnrn, Judge K Hroi) Cairo.
'he doe.nnt endorse the revolutionary
moverr.ect of the Lcacncry?
GEOnac .has gone back upon Uan.
Dan Voorhces says tho 6-20 bonds aro
payable in greenbacks, and that the
man who says the law of lfcCO changed
the contrict and'made them payable in
coin is a fool or a liar. George Pen
dleton says the man who says the law
of 1SC9 does not make tho u-20 bonds
payable in coin is a fool or a repudiates.
The following uxoeutive eowtntitee
fr Uuion county was appointed by
the Democratic county eonvcnttMi that
met in Jonw.ora, August 2-1, lb7 J ;
J-Jk-. jAl, 0, Ufurd;
11 kQ? .
O I' Hill.
Gkskkal Guant won tho gratitude
and the votes of tho Democrats of
Arkansas, by retaining iu the office of
Governor, Air. JJaxtcr, who was not
ulected hy tho people of that State
Hill General Grant not now win tho
gratitude and he votes of the Dem
ocrats of Louisiana by retaining in the
orneo of Governor, Mr. McEccry. tIio
undoubtedly received tho votes of the
majority of the people of Louisiana?
of tbe events of tbe past ten years. If
"adical oucccii at tho polU u tbe result
of anti-Radical violence at the Southi
thu Fedorul bayonet will re-establish at
tho South the despotism the white reo
pic of Louisiana aro attempting to
overthrow, ami the Federal power will
prow to btill greater proportions and
overshadow all the States ot the Union
These considerations have led us to
the conclusion that the Louisiana
movement will result in great disaster
to tbe country, and in no good what
ever. Rut time will tell.
a E W AD VK RTiSE M E NTS
for the newest and (jstest-selilnp hook out.
Ily F. II. OooJriili i-on .( l'tt(r J'aricy").
Rt-m-irkaiile vovnt's, Mpwrcrk.s ndven
turr, cxr! ratl"n, itai.'CF'. u.'ititlf,,
naval comh.t", anil th- hts ory ol li kind
of nival irottten. The rotnan.'o of "old
O'-0n." nnd liX) thlnx of tbint;. of ln r
ct and value. Over iou II in, ratios and
vtry low priced Send for circular and
most liberal tf run to agenti, to
VALI.KY ITIlI.I.NIIIMi f.,
lit. Loud cr Chicago.
an effectual a rcmcdv
FOR FEVER & AGUE
t tbe Suli'tiite In the niins dr-, whlls it nfftrtt
the trail lrif,l mste taliUbl inil muc tluaprr,
Htrni for tlcKtlptite Urculr with Tmimnntati
tf VhvlHnnt (rod ill arU (if tba tbunuj.
tSS.fiit,l t vkajci fjr ti'il, M ctnu
l'rrpti. I tjr llil I.INIjH. t LAlTk CO., Minufie.
Wring ( bmltt, lltun, Urn
The following State oomwitUca wai
api-jintwl by the DeuoamtM-Optiutii.
ti .0 convention, at Springfield, Augu.t
li ltrfet, Khrt ,Iraion, Cblce
lit Dutrtet W'm. .1 Ounbnn, Chu.ifu
a l Dutricl, I' II O. Wmton, Chicago
'lib Di.trw, A. il HtrriDiftocCi-nev
O.b I)itrict, Woi Wright i'rport
mh Ifetriev J. H Dr.k-, liUKk itlM).
ih DUrlct. fiw. V,'. ltureni, Ottwd
8 h UUtrlct, W.ihlcuton K. Cw,!.
.b Di.trHoltif V KieB, I'a,jrjB
10th D.nnet, U,v.d t Mid, Uartbacr
lhh OMtrlct. J. M UuiL, lMuflold
lAb Ilmrtov. K L M.rnu. Hprlr,B,ia
il!!! n'.tr!a ,J"n A. M'l"y.v.n
11th Rutnut, J H. Il nby, Churjitm.tfn
16tb lJncv. if. O K0&, "bWtE
ltilb Di-trict. (J I) Hoils.
J7;h DUtrict, II Kramn, Edwnrdi-
1 h Dutrict. V. II. Oren, Cairo.
JWb OotrUt, -K'lifit I' KoblnioD.Olnev
At Lrg, tf. U. Mlllur. Chlcfio.
At, I.&rKe, 11. V Tuwwxiud, -bawhee-
At htn, vra. Ilrown, J.ckionvillo.
Mr. Urown was olocted chairman of
was appointed by Olfc nomnor;itip ,....
?Vti0U"( 'lX3nd,ir unty, at Cairo
AU'Ufl Jj IBM!
t tH.r Ufwli, Thornrt' J.'MClure
0 ). l.Und. O Or..nley.
I) To,h, K Htjntek.r.
lUziBwood, Jurai K. JlcCrito.
Thb, J a. Itolwlnc.
Unity. W J Mlllnrd.
1 J , , y "V'1.jMn Carroll.
A rr.ii!iON by the name of William
JohnitTn sends us a circular containing
au advertisement that read ui follows :
" A big chance. If you wish to en
gage in a bueincss pregnant with phi
lantbopy, and which will render your
pocketh plethoric with greenbacks, send
jour address and thirty-five cents to
William .John-on, we omit tho place
that hai the honor of Mr. .obu.son'
pretence, who will not only gladly
give you euch information a will en
ab!e you to attain it, but will also mag
naimeuly anil jon a tplendid sam
ple well worth one hundred dollar.''
In hi circular to the editor Mr John
on fays ; "If you will insert ttm
above advertUemcnt iu your paper one
time und pond mo a copy of the same
I will mail you, post paid, tho i-plondid
sample and information. Ry accepting
thi proposition, you will not only
evince unenlightened self-interest, but
confer a positive blessing upou your
readers by affording them an opportun
ity to profit by tho offer, the magni
tude of tbe maiMiauimity of which is
uuparalUled in tho annals of philau
hropy."Magniludo of '.he inaguan
imity of Yihirb' u pood.
By n uticlij printed euuwhrrr, It ap
pfcMtht Kttr, the vrmtile Itirtepund-not-tfi)rrn-Dninocrtic
- Libartl - Uuioit-H-'J
ndnUie fur ijtute Surwrlndi-LdfUt
r I ublic liiilrtjctin, no rop,n,VM nj
uumunt of II0.1 lU.ini! nd J. II. Oher
ly tbt he fTom,l the nrd money' pint
rt.. of th Democratic Oppmitlon prty
Ibe'e it efidently 'lie 0r rery lur
limiiniloni oat f jtoewfmr. Vi It It.,.,
lining nd Oborly, or Jitter who told it
The fact is, papor liko Tho Journal
mi'rcpiescntod what was eaid by Mr.
A few days ago wo stated that Mr.
J nomas 1'inckard had made tho low
est bid for tbe stato printing. In our
comments upon tho bid he had made,
we stated that the contract systom is
pernicious and a fruitful source of cor
ruption aud fraud at the expense of
the laboring or mechanical nla.os.
Tho Stato Register copies tho article
from Tin: Rci.letin, and para:
The lk-Lwi:t ,i muUken m lowb
i tho loweit nidder. It not Air. l'n. -k-
rd, but Mr. 1'billini, of the Journal, who
i niil lower than I'mckard on all ticent
If Mr. 'iborly beliovct tbo law a 'fruit-
ful lourco of corruption and fraud at tbe
expfnio of tb Ikborini; and rnt-char.ical
clans, why did be frame itiffa a law and
nUrorat lt poiag '
iin: iii'Ll.KTi.v is not rni.staken as
to who was the lowest bidder. Mr
Iinckard was a lower bidder than Mr.
1'hillipaon tho Fimt.Sccond, ' bird and
Fourth classes. Mr. Phillip was the
I,. . .t ro . .
oner uiuuer on wio rntii class, it u
difficult to determine which of the two
wn the lowe-t on the Sixth cla.. 't
i true Mr. Phillip for lirst class
cnmpoeitiou bid 15 uente per 1000 ems
md Mr. r'mcknrd bid 2S cent. Hiit
Piuekard bid 124 per 100 itiiprceMon,
of pros work mid Mr. Phillips bid 25
cent. For Second, "i hi d and Fourth
dais compost' ion, Mr. Phillips bid '21
cents per 1000 ems, and Mr. Pinckard
2S cents Rut on these classe of work
Pinckard'n bid was I J A centn per ICO
improiions of press work, and
Phillips' 2 1 eeriu. The numllest co,t m
priutlnt; tho State nork ot tho First
Second, Third and Fourth olasfe.s is
the price of tho type-setting; tLe
greatest is the price of tbc prossWurk.
Under Pinckard' bid tho aggregate
price paid for type-netting aud pres
work would be thousand of dollars
less than under Phillips' bid.
J his is svo plain a proposition, that
we were surprised to loam that the
Commissioners on Stat. Contracts had
given tho contract for either of thvre
clussis to Mr. Phillios
(From tho I.txlii.: on Intclilmccr, l itra.;
IikXIAurui), Mo., )tiutiur la -A
trnwtJ ut ttiu mot lerul type was, eu
actid on our illoU to-dsy. 1iu rlnci
(,! in the bluuJy all'iay were Lnfajutte
a i.ine, oi ineciiy ouce, nu t-ugene il
r,ii,t, a young man, a farmer urini;
near li4Xincton. Tbe origin of thuditli
tuity bat not transpKed, and hence wo
ru unly give a plain itateniKtit cf tbe af
lair.whieu riuited In the killing ol Lane,
and the mortal wounding ot Koine.
A&aut 1 o'clock, Kugcno Emng nut I.-ilo
in Ironlot Lueittki'i ta.oon, nnd niado
umu remarki to Line, in rep' to which
Lan it eaid to have accused 'Kw.nt; ot
twllint; a -d d He" on him. Instantly
Kwtni;drew rt revolver and fired at Lsop,
and thm turned to run when Lane drew
a revolver and shot him through the bjdy.
Line n tbnt immeJutely under the
ribt nippia.nnd Bwlng vsas (hot through
thf body, thu ball entering the right ciae,
and ranemi; toward the ipinal column
Kwmi! is unmarried nnd about twenty
tlve liart of age. Lane It a man of family,
nod ab.ut thlrty-3v years of ago. He
fore hs wa conveyed to hit residence Ins
wife bad hsard of the fatal affray, and
came up to tae tbe body of her dead hus
band. Her wailing and cnci were heart
rending, and many (tout mti fallal wr.cn
the? heard tor cailmir In mtloui tsuj lor
hft dead hut bind. Al laid Lfuri. it I
was i.-npoiilble to ascertain the cause lead
ing to the fatal encounter. Hut tew word
w.re exebangrd whoa thy mot, before
the two unerring shoti were fired -wbicb
laid Item waltering in their own bio d
It leemi uielen, and yet we cannot re
frain from calling attention to the fact
th-t tve violation of tbe law prcibioit. -g
the carrying of concaUJ weapons is gen
erally attended by reul:i tucb a wo have
Juit deicribrd; and yet tnsn persist In tho
rioiuiioc, rrgaraiesi ot tho conitnuences
OlScurs, ton, ere to blame in many ems,
cd in many cam it is not their fault.
they certainly rannot bo ixpe 'ted to
cearch tbe pockets of every man to seo
whetner or not no carries murderous wea
pons upon his person. Hut wben
ever a man is discovered with concealud
weapons be iboubi bo soverely punished.
not only by a few dollars fine, but by n
Leavv fine and imprisonment, that be
may k'non that laws aro not enacted for
him to disregard, but to reP92t and obev.
Only las: V inetday n shootini: affrav
occurred on our streets in waicn ono man
was wounded, and to-day another, in
which two men were offrei up victims
ota furious passim, who would have
ttttled their ditHculty in a milder way.
uaa iney oueyeu iLe law against ice prac
lice oi carrying con i.e-i weapons.
nine tne a&ovo was put in type the
xsitemant has subiidel. and we and on
nqairy that both rner are still alivo.
ihoiigb physisians consider their recovers
extremely do'ibllul. l.ane is a very
CiltAWFOJlt)-. villi:, INI).
Full tfrra bealns -rpt. 0. Its chifsl,
s dentine, pn-paratory nnd Lngli'h rnur .t.,
are fit ushf aud thorough. I If Faealty
hive cnlarced the numb, it sttl lit In the
preparatory depantiiei.t io tti it oung men
In any trrni tnuy r nite instruction In Al
gebra, (iioinitrj, I iiMnniiiflry. furtpslrg.
thliiifstry. u.rmar. Hook Keeping' and
othir studies n ally t sunlit In th hot
acartetnlo For turthcr inform ll n s. tut
rr eataloj-m to the preaturtit or tn usurer.
I1JIJ1 JJ-IAI "UI..j,Ji,., MJ
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
OKO. P. JKAVIiLL sfe CO..
conduit an aifency fur tho rervritlon or ad
ertlsriniii fur Ainerk'a'i .Nwpiter
the in t cutnplete ftabll'Iiment of the kind
l'i the world, six thousand newiap..r. art
Kept rfgularly n Ule, open to -mpoction bv
ctistomt rs. l".try auvkiiti'.kmknt ltakeii
at tue nome p tre or th pai.er. with .ut an
rtrt,t. n, t. . , . ."
frtl-cr, in drallng with theagnni y. (unc i
uuiiFiiR ann i ot spo iieucc, uiinn-' one
t'iii.raci innca ' oi a uo.'.i ti, a nunurea or r
llOUxtlld. A l.nr.L. of l.Iihtv oi.n
alnllig list of bct paper, largest cfcU a-
iuii", rriigioiK, Hrit-uitiirjl. iit. poillli al.
ally and comitr) pupers, and all pulili'-a-on
which arr rpe.-ltlly vsluablivto advrr-
er-, ulliouie information about prtie,
suit FUEL to anv iid.lrc-son nppllcalt.in.
.iii at ,t in--. icce tiMi!ii to inac ron.
at or adtert sing in an town, ritv
o , state or t-rrltory of the l.'nlle'.
Pa . or any portion of the Dom'nlon ol
C'a uda, may aend a com i-c statement ot
lut Ihey want, tog. thr wth a copy nl
the AKVr.ltTIsKMK.ST thev dt-ir lnnti.il.
and will rrn-ivc Informatiun bv remrn msil
whirh will nal.le them to dir'ld uhettirr
to increase or reluct-the older. Kur Midi
I tur.nutloii ihcre I-no ' urje. Ordi-r-sr.-tikn
lor a sin'l- fan r .-ll a- foi ll-t :
for a i-liinle do lr leadilvno turn Ur'i-r
sum. ouices i i im s nuil'lliui, -
41 PARK ROW. iV. Y.
SB TO S20
rcr day al Lin. Tfrm fn-e. Address
it.u. si D'U.i .V to., l'ort,ai,.I, Me.
Jerm.ol Ailvt-rti-ing -re offered for .Sew
paper in the Ustepf Il.l.ISOIr-! .-fiid lor
a ii t oi jiaperi an.i ' rir-lir of rate. Ad
dre- (,r.o. r. HoWkLl S: CO.. Ailvertlr-
mvr t ni. ' I'tri. i; N.nv Vork.
lti:K:n it, nn: Kmtuu Tiiib
S77 -A. WiEK
uuarjnii-eu to mile and lem le agtut-, In
.... .wain-, i.ij.im .utiniM, to try It.
I'artlculirs tree. 1. O. t!tliLlt 4 Co.,
The stonu, b is one of tho rnot di-licite
organs ot the human j iU-m; nd the ludi
getlblefood rrowd d into it ! the n-qulre-
uicim oi modern 'Ociety. keen it In
A State of Chronic Disorder
which ts followed by a resort to tonics and
alterative, for relief. It tinlortunately li ip
pen, however, that many of the medicines
used rorthlipurpo-e contain alcohol, which,
poured Into a di-eased stomach t.roduces lr.
rooutt and powerful man, tut it is hardir r,,ll,lon. creates InlUmitlon. and dots more
t., . t. . t.. .... .. . Ifpli, (!...... t
uuriiuie IUH1 uo VBU live inrOUtftl thU I J ' mail H'tV'j.
ASTOTlIKlt tUOOTl.VO jLYfHXT,
'ifr, ar.d Ur. IJ'Arter.
The following Central Conuaittoo
wfi appoiuted hy the Democrati;-Lib.
tion convention in rofurenee to Mr
Liter. Mr. Ilcsing did not say thnt
air. i.tter would vole fur Carroll.
We recollect distinctly .Mr. HesingH
lauguagc. lie taid Mr. Ettcr favored
a return to Hpoio payment at tho ear
Rt possible moment, a tarlir for rev-eTWc71tf(lWiaual-beTty,
the right and
duty of the Stato toprotcct its citizens
from taxation and unjust diacrimina.
tion, and the reotriction of tho Federal
aud Stntooverninuut ouch t(J jU i0:.
iinute domain of polttlo.il nowor Mr
Oberly raid substantially th ...-
thing, nnd argued that Mr, Dier ' vent cofubinat
Tho RegiMcr sayn u us. "If Mr.
g and Mr. Oberly in tho Opposi- Oborly believes the law u fruitful
source ol corruption, why ilid j10
write such a law nnd urgo iu passage."
X o did uot denounce the law j su ,.
nounced tho contract syntom cioated by
thu constitution. Thu constitution re
quire. all contracts with the State to be
let to the lowest bidder. A former
"printing law," Iramcd under tho pro
vision of tbe constitution, Was so bung,
liugly drawn that the Stato got no
benefit of competition, and a system of
blackmailing always robbed tho cue-
cenf'ul bidder of moat ol his profits. To
prevent audi blackmailing, and to pre-
iom among oompeting
Last Wednesday a ditllcuitv occurred
which came near proving fatal to one of
me parties engage': iu H. Un tbe dav
meutiuned a party vf men from Aullvilie.
un their wav to 1'ichuicnd to attend a
trial, stopped over in this city with tbe
intention of remaining until evening and
tan me irain lor i.icnmunu. 1 Coy were
brarily armed with Coil's revolver. A
numbor of thm, however. It not all. at-
posiuu ineir arms in Uiy ollk-oot thu Cuy
nutei About 1 . o cluck a u i til . liv snran
up betwem Mr. Nnlis A. llui and Mr.
Uruvu Voungs, of Aullri.ie, one of the
irty atote ruierreu to.in tbe bar-room ot
ifie Uity llulel. Ihout;h the controv.r.j
s briut, uud by iau meaus bjii'.erout.
ach suemt-d to :.e an-aru of the otuer e
pluck and determination I'heir Iriunds
,ikwiuon tho a.ert, for no souner than
ttm quarrel had ftirly begun, h number
f armed m-ncrcwdd into tbu 1 on,
iiu ior a law moments things looked
'1uHt mded. llnl went oU", but returned
i me noi.i u short time, and took
"r toe snioon uoor, lounga
'me twe.ve or llftuen lot from him,
"(iDunjf uuiitious ot inn i prusenco.
in i.'uiiiuioi..:eu lancing io seme men
i'ar nim, wnon loungs walked up to him
ry quietly, and, it eamod, cautionel
him ,u tla.ut lrom makiliL- further n,.
marks. Immediately the former rolu was
ns,.ied, and pitiols wero drawn in u trioii.
Soveri m-n interfered, and succeeded in
keeping tbe combatants apart, and several
"diisrs came up and disarmed some of
the men, among them Willis Hill Things
remained ,tet then, and no apprehension
was fell tr,t tho dllllculty would torml
nnte latal.y until abuut 4 o'clock p. m
wnMii i , piitol-shets, in iUic: succes
sion, Dmr tbe market-house, and tho run
ning and (touting f Several frightened
parties wdo witneised the scene," made It
ividnnt snough that Toung., and Hill had
met, and lim Moody work had been tho
rtsult. 1J( ity Sheriff Mountjoy rn down
and arre.td Youiil'i. and il ill was
taken to Or Small's olfice to have his
wounds drci,oJ. which were at tbe time
reported to be more aurloi s than they rt
ally were. He sras shot through the richt
upper arm, and tho end or the Inuex Un
UT of tbe Mi hand was shot ou"; besides
ho was beaten over tbe hoad with the pu
to). Hill, it roctni. whi unarmed, but da.
funded himself win, rocks. That and tbe
OXYGENATED fllTTKUS CONTAIN
but are a purely medicinal preparation,
which, iu ca-e of OY.'i:i'SlA, llKAKT
IintN.INDIOEis'noN. ai.il other like. .11..
orders, at once re-Ujrcs the stom-tc-li to itn
NATURAL CONDITION OF
The O.VYOENATi:iJ H1T1 KICS hase!. n
tho men popular remedy for the above com
plain' lor the lat thirty years, and still
mat uin their uurivakd popularity.
rncc (i per b t'Je.
Joii.n F. IIi:Nitv,Cuiuux.t c.j . Pr.r.
o ndU Cod g" I'lu e. New Ylk
Jobbers and Retailers of
P TTk "R
SiuiiH. JJr ilit
Cheiuicil, I'utout Iodifinos. lV-rfti;
loilott Arti.'IiH, Drui?isfs l''aiic ihn.ih
Lead and (Plicr Grades. Uii.nfsCV.l.,,-
1IO 1 -,, ... . " ' , l lll. ll
ot 1"."01a' Nax -Material, Ti W Colors, 1)
.Stuns, Ltc, Etc., Ktc
inwtini',iltnr'Jrrrpond.e,.lre s'"1 or'ler" 'ftn llmgjrl.t., I'hy.l-lan- anddr- r-v.
in want nl tiood. in our 1. ne Meambeat. I'UniaiiJ... n,i i.-.u. ti r-
Ishe-lorltetllledwlthltMlatdeliAigi at HeanK h,m") 1Ic'J"' c':" '
WHOLESALE JtETAIL, HKTA1L i I'KE. t'MVrw
7 Ohio Lev..... Washington Ave. ror. I Jgotl.
It X K H
PLRbT National dank
J. M. l'i Il.l.Ii'S. victs lrpWiiJ
CI I As. 0 UN.S'I.NGJIAM, Sill & !
COLLECTIONS fltOMl'TLV MADg.
L.VCII..rii:,rola,banknotesi ic Coiled
5Ute securitlc. iMiuj.-ht and old.
Interrst nllownl .m Hmo th posits
THE CITY XATIONAL
Bristol & Stilwe
Keep erory thing per.
Um of Staple an.! at
W eodenwrt, Vearctai,!c
t ' ' t I
JV. I'. II AI.I.ID.vY. Pmldemtt
IILMtY I.. IIAI.I.IlJAY, A It ' I'rtalsk-i.
A. li. SAFKOItL), ashler;
Y, AlI hll II Ysl.01', Assistant Cashier.
n. i.. iiAi.i.niAY. w. t H..I....J?
1. 1). WH.I.USJSONV STEfBIJi nri,.
A. II. SAfroilb.
i:fliuni;e, Coin nnd I.'iiHeil Stalet
llomls lluiiglit nint .Sold.
DIJrosiTs rccoivcd.and ageueral bankltm
r r r i i ifk
J Q. HARMAN Sl CO.
KJ-AL, JJ dT TE
And Land Afonte ot the Illinois Central and
lluHlntJCOnwd Mis.ouri It. It. Co.
North Cor. Sixth aesd Ohio Levco.
C. WINSTON & CO.
Ileal Estate Agents
1 Ohio Revee, (Second Floor,)
CAIltO. ILL".' '
lluy and Sell UIUL CSTA'I'K, I'ay TAXES
... ' u"i""iiet ."wmmci ol l ine.
t"Tl Land 'oiiiiiil'slonpr.
Io tin) Editor nl Tub 11ii.i.i:isi;
I.s.ii:kmkii Fiuiimk Von nil! plcako
lurm your ruadcra that I have u poitio
ci.ui: run ( onsi mimion
and all ill.or.lers ol the Thro
lactof Younus ni.tol faillliL' to Are the I M"'' 1.l'.!l.,.,..,',' m' lr"'-'-f, I h?i
first two .tt.--,,p, B0 doubt saved mn re" " U U u
' 1 ' : -rr-s
Mui.ufa- fund by
Choice Dried Jierf,
Fine Pian and I'm. hi ',.
JOH1T P. GAMBLE 3.2 EIGHTH St.
from iDitant ijeath Of tbe cause of tho
'iiuicoi'.j dill-rent torsions aro given.
Mr. llil claims that It grew out of the
Uot of his hiving notiUed Manual Ilrant
that the Au'miin men were armoj, and
wiai no ougfct to disarm them. Mr.
i uuniM f mm. tt,.t inn niinllod verv ,n.
probiotis tpuheis to him, and had de
nounemi i,ln ht n Coward, in consoqurnco
whi'h he had waited on Hill and de
man lo, a retrnction. Mr. Youngs was
earint,(. lieforo Ksqu'm fleck, and held
In ll,e s f sou Whatever tba came,
and wbatuvor the fault, the occurrence Is
one to be regretted, not only by these men,
but by every citlr.on of Layfayetto county, :
or tt cue u will not h.iii.'llt. Indeed ho
trongis 1115 fulth, I viJ nB M)J'
S-KK, to any Millercr addruealiig niu, ' ' '
Please tho w thin cttor to uny one vou miv
tiiowwliols,illfcriiig from these dLcuees,
ind oblige, i'lililiiully Voura. '
DR. T. F. BURT,
t VVlllll.lu M j , ' -j
A DAY OUAHfln.. -il
DR Il'lY E i ER A W D
ThoBcHtand Cheapest Wngon Mnn-
O XX X O Xj 353 "XT 33 23
NKAIt .'MTU UTIIKKT.
E5 XT 1 O 3E3C 3ZS JEL ,
And Dealer in
Kkiiitii riritr.KT. hkt. V.'asiiin.ito.v and
Co.MMKiuilAi.,AVK.Hiliilning llnnny s.
Kceu the brst 'f Hi'cf, i'orl;, Mutton veal,
I. limb, l.au.egu, etc.. mi i is picpurcd to
serve families in n acceptable manner.
ICS! ICS! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS &, CO
( J'ak'rcat jilcasuM in niuiuuii' iiig t
fiey are now prepared to supply eu rybody
itli lake lecol thu very bet quality, either
at their JiotiH.-H or nt thu store... Ordera1
flioiild b leu t the olllce, No, 00 Jhio)
i li , rr-( m i )W i j mil i i uii
I .1,11 v 1- l
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