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JOMK. OBamLT. Baiter.
It U reported tbat . Broadlicad'n poll
will M Mo flic basket Wlicri nabcock'g
trial completed.! ' ,(
Tint Republican State convention w ill
be IwM at Sprlnfrflclil on tlic2lth day of
Godlovk H. Ohtii, minister to Jtitsila,
hu been nominated Tor governor by the
llcptibllcans of Indiana.
Liwvkh StoiirsoI Clilcnjro, one of
IJlcock' attorneys, says District At
torney Dyer U no chicken.
Thk XuUoualDvmocratlc committee
which met In .Washington on Tuesday
Voted to mild' tins Democratic Na
tional convention In the city of .St. Louis,
on tbu;tlir,JiHie next. This will be
the flmoncnBon of the kind ever held
Tiik Now York Sun, Independent Ku
publican, says that tho ll'i-catucut "iloctf
not seem to notice the point, that swear
lug Babcock Innocent, he Is swearing
Gnmt guilty. If tho President was not
an arrant fool, and the next thing to an
Idiot In this business, lie was a fellow con
splrator, and should be lmicaclicd nnd
TUB "HEW HOVTH."
Tbo following from tho Memphis .Ira-
laneht, Is good .'
'The other day Molaw Stoutctnycr ot
Hie New Otmms Times and Majaw Du
i'reo oi tto, LMlslana leglslatum went
outtoflfMaduel. Unco on tho Held,
the two Majawa who served as seconds
ponaercu aecpiy. They Anally decided
there was no occasion for a sacrifice ol
either editorial or legislative jrore. Then
the two bloody-minded Jiajaws shook
bands, wept on each other's thouldcrs,
and returned to tho city, honor havint;
been vindicated. That's all."
When a paper published ns far South
as Menplitt dares to raise Its voice lit rid
icule ol that oticc sacred Southern Insti
tution, "the code." it Is an evidence that
the "Xew South" is different from the
old iu more niccts than one.
The war of the Chicago merchants and
shippers against high railroad frclsbts
and the consequent dUcuvion ot the
cheap transportation question have im
pressed the Chicago Democrat with the
belief that there is for Chf
cajo bat one '"safe and practical
relief from the oppressive bur
dens tepiKti by railroaa! monopoly
this relief Itea la toe Impco-vem-.ut of the
imncu ami Xichxgaa canal the wider.
Inx ami ileepenin of the channel until
i& wm umw raw tun Jtw-tasippi river a
volume of water mmY.S!ns to ensure na?
Ujatlon the year round when not Inter
rapc-il by Ice. The Dwimnni urvt-H tlie
QiuinewaiuA of Chicago cnu;Jle a vfcr-
onjiw move fiin cnnj.Sriionul aii foe pie
improvement: C dm aaniiT,. ami warns
then that ui Chiisuo a-.v:iiu tin action
or chancery law suita by reihtcu- ruilnmd
treTgnrarauif for our Cvvjdhin uei-riicorH
ta diir Uiroii'xli die troaen granite roeti
of Uui Sl. Lawrenov they-wilt wake up
some dan xornfiir .i;nt liml St. Louw
and Cairo jfiipprnvr wheat to Boston ami
Liverpool at about the cati nC freight
fcnai Chicago to Galesfcurg, with, a eoc
rtspfwdlnx rate for return freight7
2tt;irr)nTthe gotl-mlne Senator from
N-wnia, iMpf eil In- Cbkago on hit. way
la ?fianington xnrl mi there iuUrrut-n-til
ij tie nhujuiaxu reporter ol the
Tima. ih-irca e&.ve that Grant would
Unfair h tinreU If Ik ran tor a third
trai tialfciiluA tvc the retnotet Wea
of doing so, aail thai he wouldn't X It
If he did. The senator U a hard money
tsas and be&Tea that "the wontr the
eoastry gets down to a merely coin
age inUrest on the debt, the better it
will be for her aad the people too.' He
thinks -the Democrat will he put com
pletely ia the shade In the preiWtiitial
campiiirn," and doesu't know or care
anything about the whltky Iraudi.
BKVEBIB6B -XD THE ni.TIIO-
The Republican gubernatorial iot In
Illinois u not boiling as yet, but "it is
flxiugtoboil." as the colored euuxne puu
it. In fact, it is simmering loudly, and
promises to kc a epCy political di,h
wheu fairly opcued to die olfactori'.-s of
the people of Illinois. 'Hie tot is watched,
not only by the Republican iKiiltlcians
but more anxiously by the Itepuli
llcan Methodists uf the State.
It Is well known that Gov. llevcridge Is a
Methodist. Before he stpK.-d into the
executive mansion at Springfield his
motto wa, -'As for mu and my house,
we win serve tne lxird etrlctly accord
ing to the tenets ol the Methodist
church." But McthodUm and dancing
uo not "mix." and our readers reiiiein
ber what a groan of horror went up from
meiuoaut altars from one end of the
oiaic to me other when Gov. Bcvcrldge
candalhied w, giiurcj, by providiii,
ail tue wctuucM tor public danc
lug at his reception three vears ao
A strong pressure was brought to bear
upon him; ho became comcknee stricken
and with a lively appreciation of Mm no
litlcal power wielded in the State by ww
Methodist vote, Ho vetoed tha daneli
privileges. But many Methodists hay
ttuacioui memories and they will not
permit themselves to forget how thu
youth and Wauty of Snriiigllold chasi;
the glowing hours with Hying lect under
uie approving eye of the Governor him
And If Methodism nnd dancing don't
mix, neither does Methodism and beer.
The Methodist church Is a temperance
church, it wiu warmly In favor of the
BUle temperance hw nnd sent mooter
prttUapstothe general assembly Iu '73
prayhrf fefH pwsago-, as a church, it
li oppMftobctr and holds uo fellowship
with fiwHMlitiilteM', it inenibcrs drink
lemoimdo and pop. Bui Governor Hcv-
nldge Is not a lemonade and pop Metho.
out. ue loycf ccr iasloimttly mid
Irlnkslt too. This may ho nn nfl'ection
nsMiined lor the purpose of favornbly cn-
listinj; the Ccrmau liilluencc In tho lie-
publican Slate convention, hut II It U, it
shows Governor Hrverldgc In n character
which must bo frightful to all good
Methodists. Such n one, who abhors
deceit, If must have liecti who told on
the Governor In tho Chicago Tribune of
Monday. A letter to that paper, relcrrlng
llrst to licvcrldgc s dancing record, says :
It is nlso known that our pious Oov-
crnur cuiicu upon one oi our leaning
browers one dav last week. nklnir his
support In tho next State convention to
secure Ills nomination Tor Governor.
Savs our ltcvrrldge. "I don't, lwlinvc In
this Sunday Liquor law. I believe in
our Gel man frlunds having their full lib
erty, etc.. etc. Why. 1 urn nnslonatclv
fond of beer," nnd to convince our
worthy German citizen, to his surprise,
drank freely ot the llowlns Dowl. How
can our Dcvcrldgo reconcile his Metho
dist brethren Willi this "beverage The
fact Is our llcverldgo Is a fraud, nnd will
sell out his best trlends to carry :i point.
iu him, as will bo shown should he again
insist upon comluir heforo tho nconlu.
The writer may have something more to
say about this in.ni Hcvcrldgu (uuplens-
enins it may nej suouui lie continue to
press his claim. A Mf.miohht.
now is tins? nov. Jicveriugo an tip-
provcr of dancing, a beer di Inker, ami n
fraud "with all that nmiiu Implies!"
n in ixivcriiigo io tnc .MeiiiodiMS can-
date this year ? Wo fear not.
Steward, tho Independent candidate
for governor ol Illinois, bears a strong
resemblance to Morton of Indiana.
State Itrgister: "What does the He
publican State Central committee! mean
by meeting on Washington's birthday ?
ITe never stole anything."
Somebody has elicited from Gcn
Custer this opinion of Gen. Sherman:
"He is a trump any way you take him.
cry intelligent views of men anil affairs,
and unquestionably a great general. He
would run like a steer."
Gov. Ucvcridgo Is consoled for tho
opposition of the Chicago Tribune by
the knowlcdgu that "that paper has not
named a successful candidate since 1SGS,
and that it has lost its political char
acter." The governor docs not deny
the Tribune's beer story about him, but
'does not want to talk about the paper
or any of its stories."
The bill introduced iu the senate by
Mr. Sarsent and iu the house by Mr.
Piper, amendatory of the silver coinage
laws, provides for the coinage ot a new
silver dollar," equal in weight and value
to two of the pre.-cnt silver half dollars,
and proposes to make It a legal tender
for amounts not exceeding $J0. The bill
abolishes the exi-tlug legal tender pro
vision regarding trade dollars. It also
provides that silver half dollars shall be
a legal tender for amounts not exceeding
S 10, and that tlte government shall re-
ptaee, without lo-ss to the holder, all
ibrailetl -diver coin.'. The new 3ilvcr dol
lar fc to be coined on the government ac
C'hfeago Pmt itiul SUU state
Treasurer "Tom" iliilgway has written
a fctrer to C. it. Kerreli announcing hlm
.Milf ;u a. candidate, foe governor. Col.
Ferrell wrote Treasurer Rlilgway that
Southern lUinofcs Republicans were
anxiixu to have him for a standard
bearer, to which the ingenuous "Tom"
replies that "innzniich as the Republican
party of the state ot Illinois gave me the
office of treasurer, becaa.-e I sought it, I
cannot refa-e to perform any duty rny
IriencI may iIc at my hands." The
logic of these Southern Illinois men Is
sharp. The conclasloii of I'idgway, by
some law of association, reminds us or a
gentleman of Xorris City, White county,
who, when a party was given In his town,
wis not invited, but he was present
promptly, and, gra-iplng the hoU's hand,
te wrung It affectionately, exclaiming, as
he did o, "I am here, you co. I know
you didn't intlte me, hut I came, Inas
much as I wanted to show you tetun't
Charlotte Cmhman's estate Is -valued
The larmcrs iu the neighborhood ot
Maton City report the fruit sate, and say
there are provpeets for an immense crop.
-The funeral of Charlotte Cushmau
took place at Boston on Monday after
noon. The tin ware actor' of tiie I.alanco
Gro'Jcan manufacturing company, at
Wood Haven, Long Island, burned on
.Monday. The value of the establishment
An earthquake shook up tho people
of Detroit a few days ago, and so fright
ened tho church goers of tliat city that
they ran home and hid under their beds.
.lohn Kennedy, the alleged murderer
of Marcus I.oul, who was found dead Iu
his store at Holly Springs about ten days
ago, was captured by a farmer near Mich
igan City, Mi?s., on Monday.
United States Treasurer John C.
New, has signified his Intention to re
sign his olllcu on the llrst ot April, ns thu
declining health of his business partner
makes It necessary for him to withdraw
Iroin thu treasury department.
Tho grand 3110' at Omaha has In
dicted two negroes named Calleo and
Curry, for assaulting Sir. ltoscwatcr, cd
Itor of tho Omaha Ike, somo two weeks
A person named William Muiiu, who
went Into the neighborhood of Wiiylaud,
Michigan, to purchase 11 larm has dia
lieartil very suddenly, and It Is feared ho
has been murdered, us it Is known he had
a large sum or money with him.
-lhc llcv. Mr. Scovllle, Henry Ward
Beecher's son-in-law, asked permission
to withdraw from the advisory council,
us 110 wienwi to uiku no part in thu ills
cusslon over thu icpoii or thu commit
tee. Jlempilla ImfufirAe; Tlio aUj An
lliony Itothschlld's bou-iu-law, a brother
of thu carl of Hardwlekc, is said to be
tho llrst Christian who has married Into
that' famous family or bankers. The
oilier daughter ot tho Hebrew baronet U
sun single, nnd as four million pounds
Mci ling aro to bo divided between the
two eUu-rs. perhaps some other Clnis
Han gentleman may bo found willing
sacrlllco tils prcimlicc.o on the matrimo
An old and tvsjHHiteil citizen of Big
Rapid?, Michigan, was arrested on Mon
day, charged with haying Attempted to
rob the Northern National batik of that
place. He dug hi? way under ground,
commencing In tho cellar of the building,
about thirty tect away, nnd was discov
ered while trying to cut through the
lloor of the bank,
William Bradford Reed, whoso death
wns announced iu New York city last
Monday, was a descendant ol .los. Reed,
of revolutionary fame, and was for many
years one ot the ablest lawyers of Phila
delphia, his imtlvo city. Ho wns gradu
ated trom tho University of Pennsylva
nia In 18-22, nnd went to Mexico. After
ward ho was a member of Poinsett's le
gation. Mine. Bishop, principal ol tho Tnlon
Sfpuare, New York, dramatic school, no
tified tho coroner ot that city n few days
ngo thai one of her proteges, n young
gltl who had nchlcvcd quite n reputation
ns nn umatucr actress, had died under
suspicious clrruuiotanccs, It Is claimed
that the girl, who Is only 17 years ot ngo
was forbidden by her father to go on the
stage, but sho prcslsted In going and ho
therefore beat Iter, causing Injuries which
may have Induced her death. The lady
belonged to an aristocratic family, and
her father thought It degrading tor her to
adopt the theatrical profession.
Prank Moulton has written u letter
to Dr. Leonard Bacon, moderator ol the
I lvmoulh Church advisory council, iu
which he said "Mr. Bccclicr invoked tiie
Deity and challenged mankind to deny
or disprove his Innocence, and his deli
mit declaration the council accepted with
applaue. I am prepared to prove Henry
Ward Bccclicr guilty of adultery and per-
iury. by evidence both oral and docu
mentary, and that If it allowed the op
portunity of producing such proof before
the council I fait to make good this as
surance, then I am willing to be discred
ited and denounced by mankind ns a
wretch devoid of truth and honor, and
unworthy ot human association."
The Nntlnnul tlrniarriillr Com cull""
Will be llrlil 'lucre-,
(?l-cial to the St. luli Time J
U miiwnrnv. t). (3.. Keli. 22. As In
dicated in these dispatches from the be
,.!.,.,!,., r.f tun fmttfit. St. l.ouU carried
oll tlielionors of thu national convention.
Tli.. twn main armunputs that SCCUrrcd
HiU rrsntt weru ttic fact that Missouri
lin tin candidate tor either titacc on the
ticket and the clrcumstaucu that St. Louis
is the scene of the recent and greatest
grief that lias come to tnc Kepuoiican
party. -C. l-ouis rcany nan me miiiju
hr own hands from the first, and had not
taulsvillc put In her claims the matter
would lute Lcen ueciuin me
Judge Prter' Artnmtnl rur Ike Dt
t. 'From ttat. IuU Tim, f'eb.ZI.)
The thirteenth dav of the trial was
consumed by Judge l'orter In his clos
ing argumcut lor me ueiensc, anu uie
judge managed to confine himself to one
day, though it was generally believed he
would not be contented with two. Judge
l'orter is a man of tine legal appearance
and h a very fair speaker. While sj)cak
ing he items to be on a constant strain
aud tin: effort appears so painful to him
that It tends to render his hearers un
comfortable. Judge I'ortcrsncaksslowly,
di.-tinctly and earnestly, his voice
'luiverinz witn every word. 111s
speech was more of an appeal to the jury
ttian an argument on tne testimony. 110
began by denouncing the newspapers a
scanuai mongers anu rcpuiauou-ruiiiers.
rtie press, lie saiu. uoes not Hesitate to
abuse and calumniate any person without
cause, and pre-ihicntiy refuses to make
reparation. HL-i philippic against the
pajiers was understood when hu assumed
thctaik ot defending i'resldent Grant
and justifying his every act, personal and
otllcla'.. lie consumed aliuoiL the entire
morning without touching upon the tes
timony in the case.
in ins uciciisc 01 tne presiuci.t, .luugc
l'orter censured Col. Bro.idheail severelv
tor having Intimated that Grant is not In
fallblc. In the afternoon Judge l'orter
took up some of the testimony, but ot
tered notiiing new in tne way 01 expla
nations. In rcgaad to the scored corres
pondence with McDonald, he merely de
clared there was nothing wrong about
Hu employed the most extravagant lan
guage hi eulogizing Babcock, and would
v dentiv regard tnc jury as guilty 01
high treu-iou, should they render 11 verdict
Colonel Dyer will begin ttic closing ar
gument at thu opening of court to-day
and will probably occupy thu entire day.
should lie not conclude until tune rur ad
journment this altcruoon, the court will
not cnargc 1110 jury until to-morrow
There is one feature) about this case, or
tho evidence offered tor tho government,
that is diflcrcnt from nil thu proceeding
ones. For tho conviction of McDonald,
Avery and Mchee. thegovcrnmcntlrellcd
almuit exclusively upon the testimony of
accomplice who hail turned Stale's evi
dence. In tins class 01 evidence
the defence urged tlin most stren
uous objections. Judgu hriim, who has
been engaged In the defense of every
member of the ring arraigned lor trial,
urged that the testimony of Accomplices
Is the most dangerous known In law and
asked tho court to so Instruct. Ills posi
tion on this point was su. tallied by all Ids
co-counsel, and even by the court, which
did Instruct each jury in uccordaucu with
thu reiiuc.-d, Thu defense in each case
declared that 110 conviction should follow
unless there was Independent evidence
against the licensed ; that Is evidence
outside or tint given by conspira
tors. In this c.'im) thu prosecution has
nothing but "Independent" evidence j
they liavu not attempted to prove u sin
gle thing against BabcocKby tho mem
bers or Uie ring. The prosecution relies
almost wholly upon documentary testi
mony and that given by parties who
could not-have been connected with thu
ring. Vet hi this case, thu defense, and
Judgu Krimi with them, changes front
and say, "Whyean'tyouprovo Babcock's
guilt by his former associates hi crime,
you have not introduced any evidence
from Ids alleged accomplices to show
that they ever had any conversation with
Babcock or that ho know of tho existence
of thu conxplriusy." Such Is legal Inge
nuity and consistency.
A Mention t Dtmlera.
Wo have four dozen linltutlou Kbouy
ripraguu Cim-OjKMiei-s, taken for adver
tising, which we will sell nt tw o dollars
lcr dozen, inquire at Bulletin ofllce.
Mortin Nominated for Presi
dent by the Indiana
Godlove S. Orth Their
Choice for Governor
of the State.
Wisconsin Recommends Blaino
but Does Not Instruct.
Gratitude Tendered to Grant for
Not Seeking a Third Term.
Tho Tiokots Selected and
tho Platform Adopted.
The Inillitiin K ulllcii.
Indunai-oi.i, Keli. 22. The Indiana
State Itepublicnu contention met at the
Academy of Music nt 10 o'clock, and w as
called to order by (icneral Brady, chair
man of tho cc11tr.1l committee, l'rayer
was offered by Kef. Dr. Bayllss.
Mr. N. 1. itleliuioiiil. chairman ol the
committee on the selection of oHIcers,
presented their report as follows :
K. B. Martinilalc editor of tho. foMnmi,
chairman ; John W. llux, principal sec
retary, with one vice-president and as
sistant secretary lor each congressional
district- The report was unanimously
The convention then proceeded to ballot
for State oillars. Tho following names
ware presented lor governor : Uodlovo
S. Orth of Tipiiccanoe ; James C. Denny
of Knox: I.eonidos Sexton of Hush;
David ti. Ifr.tliain ot Jefferson ; and Al
bert O. l'orter of Marlon.
A letter was read from Mr. l'orter posi
Mr. Orth was nominated on tho first
balot. a? follows : Orth, 1.12.), Braham,
181, sexton, 315, Denny, 4, l'orter, 208.
as nominated, Is as follows : For gover
nor. Godlove S. Orth. minister to Aus
tria ; lieutenant-governor, Col, Robert L.
Bobcrtson, of Allen county : Judges of tho
supreme court, W. V. Kdson, of I'osey
county ; A. C. Voorhces, ot Lawrence
county; 11. t. acwcoihu, 01 jiariuu
county: John F. Klbby. ot Wayne
county; secretary ot State, Isaiah
1'. Watts, of Randolph county: auditor of
State, Wm. Hc, of Hendricks county ;
treasurer 01 state, uco. i-. iicrriott, 01
Johnson county; attorney-general,
John W. Gordon, of Marlon county ;
reporter or the supreme court, li. U.
tinier, m.MuriiiH wumj , ui iuu
supreme court, Cha. Scott, of Clark
county ; superintendent of public instruc
tion, U. 11. amiiu, 01 spencer county.
The convention adjourned nt U o'clock,
having been in continuous session eight
The Wlieoimln RrpubllraaN.
Madison, Wis. Feb. 22. The Repub
lican State convention met here this fore
noon, E. T. Brown was elected chair
man. The committee on resolutions presented
a platform which was adopted. It depre
cates sectional strife ; declares the univer
sal right of franchise without Intimidation
or fraud ; calls for the punishment of
official dishonesty; recognizes the un
written law limiting the occupation of the
presidency to not more than two terms,
aud says the declaration of President
Grant declining. ircnomlnation claims the
veneration and cratituduof the nation:
advocates international arbitration In lieu
of war; calls for sustaining the nation to
faith and unanciai Honor by nn honest
economy, lauds thu common school sys
tem ; protests against sectarian control,
aud recognizes the Republican party ns
the savior of the country and the guar
dian ot its future safety.
The following resolution was adopted.
Iletoleed, That while we believe that
the choice of the Republicans of Wiscon
sin emphatically favors the nomination
of the nation's gifted son, Hon. James C.
Blaine, yet In view of tho time to Inter
vene before the assembling of the Nation
al convention, we deem it expedient to
Instruct our delegates, but trust to 'their
..... in .1? .1 1 . til.
iiiieiiigciieu, uitcreuun ami amiicy 10
fairly represent thtlr constituents In the
discharge of their important duty.
The convention then adjourned.
The Rhode Inlnuri I'rohlhltlonlat.
Puovidknck, Feb. 22. The Prohibi
tion State convention met at thu State
hou?c to-day. Most of the towns were
represented. It. Chansey of North Kings
town, was elected president. The fol
lowlntr ticket was placed In nomination :
Governor. Albert C. Howard: licnt-.pov-
ernor, Alfred B. Chancy ; secretary of
state, .losuua ji. auiieman ; attorney
general, Warren R. Pelrce; general
treasurer, A. I). Vosc.
Thu JTew York Rvpnbllruim.
Xkw Vomk. Feb. 22. The Republican
Statu convention will lie held at Syracuse,
March 22. to elect delegates to the
The Nuccettonil I'lijuk-imi,
There is probably no man to whom the
community owe so much as to tho honest,
fair-poken physician, who does his act
ual duty both to himself und to hi patients,
tteally skillful physicians arc not so numer
ous that their virtues need no mention, and
heme tho utlvcrtl-tciiunt of Dr. It. V,
Pierce, oritJlfulo, may well claim tho read
er's attontlon. Dr. I'lercc Is a typo of a
class of men who obtain success by a careful
aim well dlroctcd effort, not attempting too
much, urgcrcatlng false Ideas as to the abil
ity. Tho only reliable physician in tliuso
days or complicated disorders and high
prcsiuro llvlii'i U thu "specialist," the man
who understand hi one branch of the
hiiHlncm. Such Iu ids Jliu is Dr. l'lereo.
ForthobcticlltofhUrcaiershu has writ
ten a "Common Sence Medical Advl-nr,"
hlch Is well worth resiling by ttioio who
need such a work. With strict buslaom
honor, high prolcmtomd "skill, reasonable
feet, and a lurgo corps of competent assist
ants, Dr. Pierce will doubtless make his
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v ' Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors,
- 62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keopa a full atock of
Monongahela, Ry e and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
rho People's Bcmody.
Tho Universal Fain Ext actor.
Note: Ak for Pond's Extract.
Take no other.
Iti-ar: fort will sioiik of excillfiittlihiiti.'
InJurloM to Man orli.-A-t-i,
NlrHliiN, .Spruln9, Contu
FrtK-lnrcw, Cuts, Iiciru
tul or Inclstil Wound.
Illrrdlnir I.iinirM. or
Milan lllrtMl, ami llt-il-
Inu (Jumii or Tottli.
Voniltliiicor Illootl mill
PIIhm lllwllnif l'llra,
Ililmll'llM. (Infallible I
niRii, owtuca raw,
tlu Swclllnir orSon-nui.
NlllfiiciKi or SorrucKd.
Nur Tliront or Oulnsy,
More or Inflaniul Kyca or
More NIpiilfM, lniluml
I'nluful or too Profuac
MIIU l.-(t. Ovarian t)li
iiuui and Tumorti.
Gravel anil Struiiirurv.
liii(liipi and Kxcorla--
110ns or inrunu, or
Vnrlroae Velim, Kn-
larKeil or Inflamed Vehm,
Vlcvrn, Old Horea, Inter
nulla, Carbuncle, Tu
mora. Hot Hwtlllnirs.
Coma and llunlona, C'tiat
( t or Sore Keet.
'liiilliiCN,lInrni'83 or Sad-
felon or H'lilllow, Froat-
til I.lmlja or 1'arta.
MwNijtiifo llltr. Insect
nunga, unappiii iiauu.
lONI'N KXTIIACT la for aaleby all Flrat
Clnaa IlriiKKlata, and recoimueailed by
ult DruttKlstn, l'hyaiclana, and livery
bully wlio Iihn evor uumI It.
Pnmphlrt containhiK lllatory and Uses mull
ed fit-eon aiillcution, If not found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New York and I.ouilou.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Bold Vory Gleao.
Oorner lStb St. avnd Oommorcial At
' OAIBO. ILIIR0I8
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
" corUlnexteut.totlie ndvnodcotor
oliii-r MHiiurrrliin r i-un )MMliii-ca :lCr of
filled cm m five m
and hm Convinced.
The Gamble Wagon
i OA.IH.O, XXjXjXNOXM
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THKBE8T and CHAF8T WiOOK If AH
MAD UPACTOB Y, OHIO LEVEE
1 Wear Thirth-Fourth Btreat
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
IjEVEE AND COMMEBCIAIa
Manufacture hia own Horao Shoeaand
can Aaaura aooa work.
MT. 0ARBON(Blg Muddy)
Ordora for Goal by tho ear-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended 10.
IfirTo largo oonsumers and all
aianufaoturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
aonth or year, at uniform rates.
OAIBO CITY COAL COMFAMT.
CJ-Itullliluy llro.'a ofllce, No. 70 Ohio Levee,
Ef-I lairiday Hro . ' whurf boat .
Ef-At KKJ'l'tUn Mllla, or
EfAt the Coal llumii, foot of Tfthty-Klgut
KfIoat Office Drawer. 300.
t t ii
SUbidribe M i
'I 4 Jt uf
i. i - l ' , iwi" J. i- t .
Leading Journal of Southern
Willateadfaitly oppoao the (lollclet ol th
ltc(itibllcan party, and refUin to be tram
melltd blhe UlcUtlooof any clique Is Uie
H heifovei that the tlepublicao patty hu
fulfilled IU mUiIoD, and that Die Dbm
cratlc party at now organized ihoulu l-r.
stored to power.
It bellevei tbi Kadlcal tyranny that b
for icTeral yeari oppreteed the Foutb
bould be overthrown and the people cl the
Southern Htatet permitted to control tbtlt
It bellevei that railroad corporation
abould be prohibited by lr jrlilatlve rcarti
menu from extortioc and unjustly deecria
Inatlngln tbelr buiineu traaaactlom with
It reroKnlea the equality ol all men
fore the law.
It adTOcatee free commerce tariff lot
It adrocatei reaumptlon of apeclf pay
ment, and boneit payment of the public
It advocatet economy ia the admlnlitra
tlon ol public aflalrr
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