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NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
MAMVr.1. J. TILDES,
of New York .
TIIOMAIS A. Itr.XDRlb'Kn.
Ex-Gov. Cirtix ol Pennsylvania,
governor ol that state during the war, Is
strongly for Tilden.
The workmen in the mines of St.
flair nod Madison counties, 11L, have
resolved in niasa niettintf, that they will
not mine roal tor lcs than ten cents per
Robkbo has been secretary ot the
navy seven years. ' He has spent one hun
drrd and tcrtnly million of dollars ot the
people's money, and to-day Admiral
Porter declares that our navy would be
sunk In one encounter with Great Bri
tain. Tm: Republican senate has cut down
the pension ol tilty dollars a month voted
by the house to the widow of General
Custer, to thirty dollats a month. This
paltry economy on the part of t he sen
ate Is hi strange contrast with the
stand taken by It in regard to the econo
mies In the appropriation bill proposed
by the bouse.
KNAion CoxKMNu'a friends, says Mr.
Mural Halstcad, editor ot the Cincinnati
Cummercitil, writing-from Saratoga, New
York, "aro recklessly devoted to him."
That U, they prefer Conkling aud politi
cal defeat to (Jonkling's opponent and
success. The Conkling candidate for
governor is Cornell. The candidate of
the "reform" element, that represented
Geo. William Curtis, will be either cx
Gov. M irgan or YVm. M. Evarts. This
portion ol the Republican party call the
Conkllng side, the "ring" and declare
that its defeat must be accomplished it
the state is to be carried for Hayes and
Tub Suringtield Journal says there is
nothing new in Bluford Wilson's testl
many; that "everybody knew, pre.ty
'nearly, that he and Secretary Isristorv
'had bad their annoyances, and that the
4 'whisky ring' had been more success
ful in reaching arid controlling the pres
ident through its friends than they had."
Well, well, And this U the man who the
Cincinnati convention resolved "deserved
the continued gratitu Je of the American
people," etc. An J of course as "every
body" knew, the Republicans knew then,
"pretty nearly" as well as now, that the
ring was more successtull in controlling
the president than Secretary Bristow
was. And Hayes Is the friend of Grant
and Is the coiupioroi.se candidate of all
the rings in the Republican party and
the very small reform section of it. How
hath the mighty fallen. The spectacle
of the Republican party of to-day is
enough to make Sumner and Chase and
Liucoln and Seward turn in their graves.
The Springfield Juurnal says the "un
'euiployed workingmen ot New York
'are demanding 'bread or blood,' and
'yet New York City is a Democratic city
'under a Democratic state government."
Tho other day, the Republican State
of Iowa, which has made its boast in
time3 past that the only Democrats who
were ever In the state were those who
passed through on railroad trains, bad
live hundred or Its "tramps" con
gregated, at two or three
different points, demanding work
bread the necessaries ot lift.
They went into the towns and villages.
The city of Dubuque became alarmed at
their approach toward its environs and
its public jouruals warned the citizens to
be on their guard, and to make strong
the locks of their houses. The clamour
ing tramps climbed into the railway
trains and refused to be put off until they
had reached the harvest Ileitis where they
hoped to pet labor, and by their labor,
bread. And a few days ago iu ( incinnati,
a Democratic city under a Re
publican state government whose
head is now tbo Republican can.
didate for president, two or three
hundred men out of employment, whose
families were hungry, bsciged the mny
or's offlce aud threatened ''blood" If la
borthe means of "bread" were nor
furnished them. Aud these are not spe
cial cases. The cry goes up from all over
ttie country. Hard times never pressed
the people ot this eountry more cloM-ly
iiihu iu mis icuicniuai year 01 ttie na
tion's existence. The cloud of distress,
a lew years ago no bigger tuau a man s
hand, now overspreads the whole sky,
and the storm of disaster and suffering
has burst upon the people everywhere,
upon Democratic and Republican locall
ties alike. Anu it will not be staved in
this place or in that until the cause is re
moved, the banettd domination of Repub
licanism in the heart of ttie nation. It
will not be lifted until the
Republican party has been de
teated utterly, not only in u few states, but
in every state, until, with it extravagance
and corruption, it has been driven out of
the national capital and has given place
to something better, a party that is not
only In its words, but in its deeds t party
of economy and purity. The Republi
can party, during the last ten year has
deceived the people In all Its pre .tu along
and all iu promises. While its repre
sentatives in congress and before the
people, harped .upon Democratic follies
and mistakes of twenty years ago, aud
hel up ttepublicanUu) in the ultima
'tht of political perfection, its office
holders were stealing the substance
of tbe people, and rioting in the
luxury of their ill-gotten gains.
While they gained the popular ear by
claims that they were the "honest
money," the specie-resumption party,
their financiers In congress passed a "re
sumption" net which they now acknowl
edge to be barren and inoperative."
which was never intended to Ik
anything else, which was a promise
made to the car to be broken to the
hope, but which. dead letter
though it Will be has, had
the t-flcet to paralyze business, stop
manufactories and plunge the working
class of tho whole wide country Into ab
solute distress and suffering. The cry,
not in a tew exceptional places, but all
over the land, Is for work, lor bread, and
in the great centers of business w here
thousands of poor people aro gathered
together, tho demand has taken the
alarming form of "bread or blood."
The one encouraging feature of this
condition of affairs is that there
the most assuring evidences as
the universal "hard times" now
weighing down the people, that a change
is at hand and that the Republican party
which has mismanaged the affairs of the
country tor the last ten years, will meet
an inevitable defeat in November next.
CAPE MAY LETTER.
fFrom our regular Cape May correspon
dent. Siocktox IIocsk. July ol.
From the mountains to the sea, or
from the city to the sea, thanks to the
railroad, is a much more feasablc jour
ney than it was in Xenaphon's time. A
katahoxr'n may be made in a little more
than two hours from Philadelphia to
Cape -May or Atlantic City, and the
American citizen, be he rustic or urban,
who has never seen the ocean and been
on it, and in it, is devoid of one of the
grandest complemental experiences ot
life. I, never before this summer, real
ized the importance of New Jersey in the
sisterhood ot states. 1 knew that she
produced huckleberries, and oysters, and
an exllerating beverage called
but I did not know that New Jersey was
almost a peninsula, flanked on the north
by Long Branch aud on the south by
Cape May, and that the ocean laved on
her eastern shore more than half a hun
dred health and pleasure resorts. 'f
these the oldest, safest and best is
Fatal accidents to bathers very rarely
occur at tnisplace. The beach is con
sidered the safest on the coast, the depth
of the water increasing very gradually.
but. notwithstanding the safety of tlte
beach, foolhardy swimmers occasionally
go beyond their depth and are brought
in by the lile boats that are stationed out
side the surf from 11 a.m. till 1 p.m. It
is a remarkable fact that only the swim
mers are drowned at the seaside resorts.
The sea Is
MYSTERIOUS .AM DECEPTIVE.
The breakers dashing against the beach
give the impression of a constant current,
and the swimmer thinks that it Ls only
necessary for him to float in order to be
borne safely to shore, but, the undertow,
as the receding wave is called, is quite
as likely to bear him out to sea, and it re
quires no common effort t make pro
gress In auy direction through the dense
salt water. A good swimmer can ordi
narilly ride the waves for the water is
remarkably buoyant, but the breakers
are Irregular In their ways, and are some
times broken and foamy on the crest. It
requires the greatest skill to keep this
foam out of his eyes and nose. With
ladies thi3 U believed to .be impossible,
since it is said they will talk in the pres
ence of the most imminent waves and
are constantly shipping heavy seas.
This will long be remembered by the
landlords of Cape May as a very
The hotels and boarding liouses have
been full for two weeks, which is con
sidered remarkable since the season here
does not, as a usual thing, reach its
hijiht until the 1st of August. There are
about five thousand guests here at pres
ent, a number nearly one-fourth as large
as the average daily paying visitation of
the Centennial exposition. Good board
may be obtained at lrom ten to thirty
dollars per week, and a bathing suit, room
and attendance costs from twenty-live to
fifty cents per day. The seaside resorts
were much less frequente 1 this summer
HIIODDY AM HIIOWY SOCIAL
element than formerly. This class has
not been altogether extirpated by the
panic ; there is a remnant hanging round
here still, but I learn that none ol the
watering places are so loud with them as
in the years succeeding the war. There
is a healthful dearth of fast horses, fast
women and last men. The cxulauution
yuiy purity be that shoddy belu human
is susoeptuble to the refinement which
attrition with the world and life mu
sooner or later produce, at any rate the
advent of a quieter and more respectable
clas must be balled as a hopeful social
i ii k ladies mm.
ure.ss very wen, i suppose ; l am no con
uoisseur, but feeling it my duty to take
notes, I observed that the young ladies
usually appeared in the forenoon with a
dress made of light colored calico, or
maybe it was linen, exquisitely lautitl-
riea ; in this they would wulk on the
beach, promenade or tit on the piazzas of
the hotel ; at noon or a little before, they
don their bathing dresses, which, when
dry are fantastic; when wet, cling
Ing and uatural ;
AFTER THE BAIU,
they dress more elaborately for dinner
This toilet I havj not learned enough to
describe, but they look more or less like
the fashion plates in Ilaryrr't Jin tar, A
few ladies dress again tor tho evening
but most ot them wear the dinner dress
for the remainder ol the day. Gentlemen
as a rule have two suits, a light business
suit costing from thirty to forty dollars,
which is worn In the forenoon, and
fashionable frock coat with light colored
pantaloons lor tho afternoon ; but the
greatest latitude sooms to be allowed and
taken by both sexes. 8omr gentlemen
who have money enough to buy out a
first class merchant tailor, wear only the
business suit. Others who never pay the
tailor make It a business to wear three
suits per day. Full dress at the hops Is
very rare, few gentlemen have swallow
tails, and I have not yet seen a lady
naked as to neck, breast, shoulders and
arms, "decallette," 1 believe it is called.
Important IKrclnrntioiin of l:-I.leit-tenant
livvrrnor Henvli 1 llttcn'
(New York Herald, July I )
A representative of the Herald yester
day called upon ex-Lieutenant iJovernor
Allen C. Beach, at the Windsor hotel, for
the purpose of learning his views on the
presidential campaign. This gentleman
is among the most prominent 1 cnioeratic
leaders in the State of New York. For
a considerable time he was chairman of
the state committee, and during a term
ot six years was closely identilied with
Governor Tilden in Hkj reorganization
of the Democratic party ot the Empire
Slate. He occupied the position ot lieu
cnant governor and presiding olli
he senate at a time when Tweed
the senate at a time w hen lweed stood
as a great power in politics. Mr. Beach
was a delegate to the St. Louis 'conven
tion, and is a member ot the state com
mittee. Mr. Beach has been in the front ranks
in opposition to Mr. Tildcn's candidacy
for president of the United States. He
took part in the Albany conference
against the governor, at which were as
sembled Messrs. Pruyn, Hoffman. Corn
ing and others. With Chief Justice
Church he agreed as to the unadvisabil
Ity of selecting Samuel J. Tilden. Mr.
Seymour was his favorite candidate, aud
he voted for that gentlemen in the New
York delegation ut the secret meeting
field ut the Lindell house. St. Louis, the
day before the convention assembled.
Now the scene lias changed. The Dem
cratic statesman ot Jeflersou county
comes out most cordially for the reform
governor. In placing himself squarely
on this plutiorui he also furnished the
HtrahV representative with many im
portant facts relative to Mr. Tilden's po
litical history and his connection with
Tweed, which will doubtless prove very
interesting at this particular time.
After some conversation in regard to
tiic excellent prospects of Mr. Tilden's
election, the reporter said: "ChargcR have
been made by certain Republicans that
Governor Tilden is a sham reformer ;
that he was formerly in fellowship with
Tweed during his ascendency. Have you
anv personal knowledge on these sub
"I certainly have. From the year ISO,
when Tweed was just rising into power,
I have as much knowledge on these mat
ters as any other man in the state. Tweed
first took his seat in the senate in Jan
uary, 1S0S. Iu March of the same year I
began to assist Mr. Tilden to organize
the Democratic party of the state, and
continued to work w ith him for the next
six years. He was chairman of the state
committee, and most of the time I was
chairman of the executive committee. It
was well-known that Mr. Tilden accepted
the chairmanship ot the state committee
in lSikj for the purpose of keeping out of
the control of the state organization, the
man who afterward erew to be called the
'ring.' From 1SGS Mr. Tilden was
always in a state ot antagonism to Tweed,
growing out of the distrust he felt even
when tnere was no proof against the
Tammany Boss, and before the deprada
tions began upon the treasury of the city
of New York. Tweed had shortly be
fore obtained influence over the patron
age of the street department as deputy
street commissioner, under an arranire
ment made with Mayor Opdyke, a Re
publican, by whom the commissioner
was appointed, who then selected Tweed
1IGHTIXO IV CONVENTIONS AND STATE
"In the fall ol 1SC8 a contest took
place in the state convention, aiv name
was presented as a candidate for the of
fice ot lieutenant governor. The Tam
many delegation, except two, opposed
me with all the power they could influ
ence. Mr. Tilden made a square
issue witn them and succeeded. In the
winter of ISO Tammany organized a
movement to depose Mr. Tilden lrom the
chairmanship ot the state committee.
He accepted the issue. The state con
vention outside the city was so unani
mous tor Mr. Tilden that the Tammany
delegation withdrew lrom the contest.
In the same year be openly denounced
the abuses aud wrongs committed by the
judges under Tammany influence. He
said to me that St was not safe tor a man
to live in the city ot New l ork, and still
more unsafe to die there. In the legisla
tive session ot 10, wuU3 I was lieuteu
ant governor, a controversy in respect to
the city charter took place. After many
struggles the Tweed dynasty got up a
charter which virtually put the w hole
nower of the citv government for vears
in their possession, without any respon
sibility to popular elections and repeal
ing the power or ttie governor to remove
the mayor and everybody's power to
hold the public officials to account.
Tweed, finding himself unable to carry
the measure by Democratic votes, had
arranged to obtain, almost the entire
Republican votes ot both houses of the
TILDEN 9 LEGISLATIVE WARFARE,
Mr. Tilden came up to Albany w hile
the bill was pending and made a speech
before the committee ot the senate, ot
which lweed was chairman, exposing
aud denouncing the bill. Soon attcr the
passage of the bill Tweed who was a
member oi the senate oi wiucn i was
presiding otllcer, said that they would re-
nove luucn iroin me cnairmausmp oi
lie state committee, i answered that
they could not do itthe country
was too strong lor tncm. Ho
said they could do it. I told him he had
better try and we how he would come
out. Iu litis contest the whole ltepub-
lieau party went in favor of Tweed
aim against Mr. lildeu. They were
supported by the Citizens Assoc ation
I tie result was claimed as a victory from
prejudiced quarters, although it was ad-
muted that division ol olllce and bribery
uau ocen cmpioi cu. ii was said the day
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im-iuic jir. mueii mane Ulbt-peecu 1U0V
Beach here quoted from a slip in his
hand! that 'there was something to be
oouum anu Plenty of inonev to buy it.'
ii wus also saiu. 'llv Habit and eduction
the strong men ot the ring worked hablu
uuny in mai way. they are sagacious,
energetic, and luanilestly believe they
on-juiwuc-u iu wie aiiopuou oi cxiruor
diuary means to gain the end ol a pro
traeted tci in ol power.'
" 1 iiis extract is from an editorial in
one ot the city papers tlfeen months af
terward, lhere were a tew indignant
yiuu.-r.itt uimiihi mo Hciieme uvered ti
such high-toned Democrat as tsamuel .
1 II Jen aud others of his character. But
they were without effect, as Tweed and
bweeny hail the votes already bouirh
up. Of all tbe Republican senators, sen
ator Thayer alone is on record as voting
against it. And Yet a week after the
pussnjje of ttds new charter this same
paper hailed 1 weed as a reform, and said
(again referring to a-slin : 'The passage
of the new charter and of the election
law me latter ly far the most substan
tial reform ol the two could not have
been received without the he d of the Re.
publicans iu the legislature, and hence
the credit is as much theirs as It ls of the
'iweeu JJemocracy." n was afterward
revealed mat at this very time the lraud
ol Tweed & Co., were going on, and
within a month happened tho division of
$8.(100,000, w hich is the Inundation of tho
actions brought by Mr. O'Conor and his
associates, such were the fruits ot tho
reform? which some of the Republican
papers then supported and Mr. Tilden
"What I have just told you Is from ac
tual personal knowledge. 1 will now
conclude my hasty summary of this mat
ter. In the spring of lf71 Mr. Tilden
also openly denounced tho bill got up by
the ring, giving the Judges extraordi
nary powers as to contempts by the
prest in certain cases, and, In tho sum
mer of that yrar, opened the contest
which resulted in the defeat of the ring
at the November election. I w as pres
ent at the State ronvention. The friends
ol the ring objected to me as chairman
of tho convention, on the ground of my
sympathy with Mr. Tilden in his move
ments. I heard him declare on the floor
of the convention that ho would not sup
port the Tammany nominees tor senate
and assembly, anil If his refusal to do so
were deemed a breach of party duty he
would resign ss chairman of the state
committee, and go among his plundered
people nnd help thein to work out their
deliverence. It is, therefore, not only
nmusing, but ridiculous, to read in tho
Republican papers that Mr. Tilden did
not light Tweed early enough ami often,
considering that in all the early part of
the contests thev were on the side of
Blake & Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
ivall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Sic.
Alnrny on ltan.l, tie celebrated illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
I rev to. hi.
1 linrtvrvd lv the
Slate of 1 1 1 inula
for the expi-ei.
purpose ol giving
iiuiuediute relit f
n all caitei" of iriale. rhronii'. anl urinary ili-
seaees in all their complicated forma. It in well
known tUnt Hr ..laint-s liu (IiuhI at the head of
the prufe-.tion for thepaxt rears. Are and
eiiierienwareall-iniportant. Nriniiml Weill.
news, nitfht losses by dream pimplt-a on the
fare, lost niitnhiNHl ean positively le curerd
Ladii-a wanting the nioxt delicate attention, rail
or write. I'lea-aiit hfitue for patients. A Look
for the million. Marriage Guide, which tella
roll all alxiiit these diseases who Miotic! niajTT
whv not 1" ivntx to pay pottage. lr .lame
nas -o rixima anu itai ior lou see no one mu
he dortor Oilice hours. J a in. lo 7 n.in. Mm-
tfivi. lo In 2 All Itiuirtw.. afriptlv run fltt.i
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
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Cnrfi all form of
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lr.ru!t of :f-a,'. la T"'j:o, wxuttl rva iu nt.
t'.rfrye-n, iroifw "m .-. i p1 u.'inr tut t f im U. ',
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Nos. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 40
Are a M.u-vfloua i niil'iinili.iii of
Ami all the K,--'iitinl l'oint.- Hint t' Mii!.c up
Most Perfect Cooking Stovo
Ever Offered In the I'nl.lic
Mii.li- Only liy Un-
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
S.i. til J. t.l I, t.l t; aii.l '.li N. Mniu "! .
M. l.tuiN, Mn.
C. W. HENDERSON,
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avenue
A.lvurofcit inutle on l'on-if:niiii:nt-. Al
MracI nl Titles ma.lr, envi' aricc uuj
t ollectioiis att'tnl.l to.
AttPiuion to liUMiits, an. I luminances
Anelion Knl.a I'.very S:lnrilH.v
Wholesale and lb-tail Tx-aliTi in
Foreign and Domestic
lVIXKS OF AM, KIXIIN,
No. 60 Ohio Lcvcc,
MESSiy. FMYTII A CO. Iiava coniUntly
a lare itock ot the kxI - Hit' lanr
ktt, and Kveiiiecial atu-ntion to Hie ufculuitiile
ranch ol the biuineaa.
(hoy da shine)
A GREAT DISCOVERY !
Uy the upe of which overy family imy jrive
their I.inen tint l.riliiaul inlinh peculiar to line
laundry work. haviiiK timeaiid lah.r in ircm
lUK'. Iliure than ita entile cost. Warranted.
Bold By Drug giiti and Grocen rerywher
AhK rOH liOlilSIXS'.
DOBBINS, BROS. & CO.. 13 X. 4th St.
To whom Pensions are
JaTLxAtISAliLKI while la tbo liuu
act diocharno ot duty, either by aldnt o
cibarwlaa, ahould tiavo a pension. The lost o.
linger entitle you to a penaion. A rujiturt
no matter now alight, Kiroa you a ponalotw
'l he loaa ola toe give you a panalon.
Tbe loaa of an eve ttive you a penaloa.
Any injury will (five you a penniun. .
who are now arawliiija penimi, aro Juntiy imtl.
tlnd loan Increase. 1mTV'l1V tat
luroopyof Fenaiou aud Bogniy Acts.
ddxea,p. H. FITXCERALD.
Vol'fd Beaten Claim Atrent, Inpiamapolu, Isa
MTOu all leltvra inurk 1. O. Vox U.M
lo .tatr In wh.f rai .r T"u k.w tbla a'lvrliiiiL
The last chance l'r good uifruulltnul lamU tin
Ta Vkah' tut nil. at hli IKH (kKT inlereal.
1'iiii't run anv rinkx, Imttio to a couuti v that haa
lieen Droved to be Koinl. piind your addna l.y
JMHtal card to ljiu.l t'tuu'r U.AM. Ii.lt.,
iurluiKlou. Iowa, inn I receive fit ciiy of Iowa
and Nehraaka fanner, with cuurt of laii'l. und
w rniitul tri rattt M.-.'-w'hh.
E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS.,
1.3 W. Fourth Si., CIKCIHATI, 0.,
re authorised to contract for advertis
ing la this paper.
EitimatM furniioed free, tend (or Circular
U.'. . ' -
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE GREAT
It aella ranter than any other hmik ever iiilillh
ed. line aifent aold ill ro. lea in one (lav. Send
lur our extra term lo HgentK. Nnlloniil I'u'i
lixhinir :,., (hicK"i 111., fit. tiiiia Mo., or
( OllllllbllM, l).
"titrrw lit) llnarr ne llxht He yon
cnii, that'a rheiiiiiHtiMii i one turn more, that 'a
K'iiiI," la a limii lar decriitiiin of llivre two
(li-cu-cs. ThouKh each may and dnea attu k
dillcrf nt Jiortinni" of the y(em. the ratine in Im -lieved
to lie poiflonou acid In the Mood, l'u
ril'y thix by the use of
TAUHAST'8 8ELT7.KR APKUIKST.
It will do in work aiieedily and thoroughly. It
in the (Treat friend of the sufferer from Khetitni
thin ami Koiit.
AM. 1)111 Gills.
A Wi.KK miaranteed to male and
female aKciilit in their locality,
I mts nothing to fry It lartlriihir
free. 1. U. VH.KKRY A t ,
ft1 tr ClOft rn rtliiyal home. Sumi .lea worth
K" vw i frw.. htiuaon A Company,
Mind Reading. Pavchomancr. Facie a
1,1 tion. Soul Charmlnir. Meamerlam, and
Jaarrlaira Uulde. ntiowmit nw eiihrr nx
may laM'inute and guln the love of tiny ieron
iliry , n.i.ise instantly. io Ku.'ea, in mail
centi. Hunt A ., IT' t. th Ml. I'htla.
A ANTED. Any Person can make
5UO a iiiniitli nellinii tuir llter-o...yiiiK
book. Any one that ha a letter to write "will
btiv it. N.i iircH or water u.-e.l. en. tamn
fur circular. K.Vt r.l.flolt CO., 17 Iribiine
Hull line t Inrago 111.
Tf vnn want reliable information, whereand how
l.i kri t n chcaii Farm or ir.iM iiiii.int Home
Stead free i-eti'l vmir addre-K In f . J. t.ll.-
MuliK, l.iind t tiitinii-iioiier, l.awr n.-e Kii-hs
iin.i iti( Kt-ain a eopv oi The Kansas i t
Rtr Fancy Cards with naini.,-i'. rent.
nl. A. lli.Wl.K A III., North that
lium , V . V .
' pli-lirnt. i for In Pnrll,. Rf rrnilh and Flnnr
tt itrr-iiitcj in Keep l'lckle i tinaranlrr II tf
. entlreiv free frt.m Suffthurv' Ana or utui-r ilvivtrrx
eia.iit.ititncr. with which Jof rfneuor laadalterated
h'.ir i,)e t.v it' I ttriicem. l.jtrtfetit Vln Kar U'orkt In tin
Won J. huit. 1-J41. L. I'lttbbl.sO A CUColuiu
Hut la-fore going t-U ew here to ilo ao, aeiid lot
t-ircular-t ol .N . . 'lelegruph Itislilule, ,l:iiu
villi-, n.-on"ni. Hecitiien le l by upt of
"tern I liloli 1 1-r u 1 1 ( n ,m llif ..riljr n-.
Iianie srnoot in ine n.
THE NEW YORK
jiroeiin-4 I'l-N.IUNN. for t(Brran.l Soldieia
wouniieil. injured t.r niitureu, IMiWeter uliU ;
obtain an increnM.-of olil rutc.,; collet-tit arrears
oi pay aii'i otiuntv, etc 'i cnaiice unie hue
featl'id. letters i.riitni.tly annwere.1 by a. I
drefeKing.l. It ihCH'iI.I., Attorney ut Ijw. 'i
t hiiiihei-t .Mreet, New Vurk City, tare 1". O
Tbi k'reut li.urnationul Kxljilntimi, il
iiii tl to c iinmemorate the otiu buinlredtli
anniversary ot American looeienlt-nce,
ripeiie.l May lutli, ami will clo-.e November
linh.HTii. All the natlont t l the world
ami all the flate ami territoriea of the I n
i)ii are participuting n thi" wonderful i ie
uiontration, brini'irig totrether the most
(Mitnprelit'iisive collection ol art tre iurc,
mechanical invention, n ientilic di--ovcr-t-neit,
iiinnulactiiriiig achievemenu, mine r
al .(( liMi iT-, and uirriciiliural producta
ter exhibited. '1 lie proun.lH tlevoted It
tlie exbibi'ion are tituated on the Hdi of
the l'enn-vU ania Ki!roail and embrace 4'm
acre-, of t-'airmoatit Tnrk, all hiL'hly im
Iroved and ornamented, on which are
erected the larL'r-t building ever coii-driio
ted live of thc-e co ering an area of lilty
acrt-a and ros'.ini; t.'i.ia.ti.ijtit). The total
number of building, erected for the pur
tioes of the exhibit on lt nesr two h 'n
tlred. liiring the thirtu day linmediaUly
foliowini? the opining of the exhibition a
million and a ijua'ter ol people visit 1 it.
THE GBEAT TBTNK LINE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Ih the I11Q8, direct; convenient and tct.rioiu
leal w ny ol reaching I'hilndelhla and thin
great Kxliibiiion lrom all section of the
country. It train ton ami lr.nu lMiilu.kl
phla will pa throullli a frrand f'-nteMiial
depot, h hich the company haa erected at
the main entrance to the Exhibition
ground, for the accommodation ol passen
gers who win to atop at or Ktart lioin the.
humcrous lur'e hotel eotitiruoiia to this
tatton anc th Exhibition-a convenience
ol the greatest value to Isilors. and allord
ed r.:lu.:yely by the IVnn-) lvrnia Kail
road, which i. the only line running direct
t-j the t t-iitcimial b'uildinL'n. Lxeiirioii
trains w ill also atop at the Dticampmeut of
tho Patron of Husbandry, at Kitu statitni
on thi I oad.
The i-etiiisN Ivatiiit liailroad id tin- Kraud
est railway oianiiiatioii in the world, it
controls Btven thouitand milea of niadwav,
forming continuou. linen to I'hiUdelphiit,
New York, ll iliimore, un.l vahingtou,over
which luxurious day and nm-ht earn arc
run from chicavo, r.t. i.oul, l.oul- ille.t in
cinnati, Indiatl'ipoli, t'ulmiil.u-, Toledo,
Cleveland and l'.rio wilhoiis change.
it main line is laid wlte double and third
truck ol heay steel rail upon a deep bci
ol broken stonu btlla.st, and its bridlm are
all ol iron or stone, its passenger trains
are t'iiipped with every knoAii improve
ment lor oomiort and a-tlcty, and are run at
in-iii sn en iu i.-icaier tusiances tiu-n the
trains of any lice on the continent, 'lhe
compuuy na largely ihcrcai-cd its eiiiip.
inent lor Jetlleiinialtravtl, and will be pre
pured to build in it. own simps, nt short
notice aiilUcif nt to full v accommodate any
any exlia demand. Iho uiieiiiiu.led lo
sources at tlio eoiiiiiiHiid of the company
ot the company jjuurantee the most pi-rfjcl
accoiiiuiodalion tor all its patron iluriii"
the C'eiitei.nial Kxliibition.
The nia'nillcf nt eeiiet v for which the
ruirisyhaniu Ksilroad U ' justly ct lebra
ted pri st Ms to the traveler ovt r i'a perlect
roadway un c-vcr-changim' panorama of
river mountain und landscape views iiiic-imHh-il
in Anicrb a.
'J'he ealinjf station on Ibis lino ure un
surpassed. Meals wil! be fiiriii.lieil at suit
able hour and an pin tiuio allow t d lor eu
ilxcursiou tickets, at reduced lutca, w ill
be sold at all the principal railroad tieket
ottici's in tho Wiu, .Northwest and South
wesl, Ito xtre that your tickets real via tho
(in utl'euusylMUiiu route to tin CYntuu
nisl. Kit A NK THOMSON, . m. IHiVD..Ir
(len. Mtuager. t.en. l'usa'r Agt
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE.
FOR YOUNG WOMEN,
Uglu its ,r,tli year Sept. Mth. Faculiy
numbers -Jl, Magultluent building, gener
otia table. Thorough r mrso in KuglUb,
Science, Ciaasitui, and Modern l.auguajfea.
I'lisiirpassed a.lvaniagea for inuloaud art.
Address the I'resideut. Jtev. luvid 11.
Moore, J), U., Cincinnati, O. ;-8-dAw-M.
In all I heir l)e.ai'iiiieiit
Cotnmencinir May 1st. 1876.
Rich Black Silks
TheMo.4 t elebrnted l.vou- !-ooiii,
At l 2.1 Ketlurd from o,
At l OA ItediMtd iroiu l H7,
At l 7.1 Ke.luc.Hl from ""i ",
At OO Ke.lu.cd lniin i ,
Plain Cold ad hv:: lu;
At Bflc Kedtiict lrom I" I 12,
At fH M lU-ditnrd Irani III !.1,
At l Ui l(eliicrd from ill HH,
At Ml .lo l.l ic.-. lr. ni I tn
mum ik hi:: :::::
In I siiiel 's Mair. hun. Is, atel ItainaseeH, It,
ditfl b T .. sti, ' cents t. limit fl
l ", l ai.tl J.' '.
Popular Dress Goods
In New und 1 a-hi. .liable lain i.-s atel I oli.r-,
ft rcl ut
I'Jc lledllrcl from lte;
IHe Ketuc,-I front 2.1e;
fit- IUtuc-t from ltn.-
ii.lr It.-luce-l In. in 37. ;
3ilc, ..iini r .ru v .1.- to ftc.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At J-'i, 'i and li., l itn.s ly Sold at .-,
-ir mi-1 ",
Shck d Scirlst Sislli Iktiz
At T. aud
Itedueed fr..m $ , 'f and '.
LLAl'A, .HEILA1-D Will
At ,l .'" to'.- licdiu-ed lrom '. to t-.
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The Lao t I'aris Styles from $lu ( pwapl, eni
lilltciLi.' the choicest noM-lties i
KVOItMtl HI.IU I I IliN-s.
Ladies' and Chiidrena Un lerweur
An linmen-e tock of M il lU-aiititul ur-l
UKI.l i:i.K t.oun
All at Very (.real lU-dui tion,
l.n'liis', liil.Jren's ami I ieutlt-iiK-ti's
1 lit l st h.nlif L. J itiH h n1 4.4 iiii:in ;. U
AH Al-n .- at Ihiw-i 1'or-iblc l'in .
A N l
Are thoroiiKbly stocked with the best
:ood, at the lowest package prices, lleau
tiful Ameiiean prints ut .V. aud Gc. per
vurd ; standard 4-4 bleached oods at lu: ;
i.tiUMtalt; shlliitiK at Hie ; New York.
Mil;s, lajc; and .V4 shcttins at lijc
TAS1E Al.'D 07i.SH LIHS
Iu all the Various tirades, .Ht'r'i"H'
(Which we keep at the (lraud Street ator
ouly), we are ollcrinj Kimlish und Ameri
can tapestries al $1, former price l l?;
body lirusaels at ', loriut-r price $1 hO;
ull-w-oul liurrain at Tuc, former price. !t0c;
three plv iui-'ruiiiH at 1 tf lonner plice.
l 60; 'oil-cloths at aric. to 7oc ; foruit-r
nrict-s, .Vic. to 7c. ... - ,
Samples of t'oods, and catalogues of Li
dies' and misses' Dii in'ilu iimlei .
wear, ami infnuu' out tils, sent li ce of ch ii jit
to all sections of the l ulled Statea.
Itules tor fccll-meiisuiemeiit sent on uppli
cat on to all parta ol tbe country.
Orders for Koods of ull kinds will be care
fully attended to, and the goods pucktj
aud loi warded without charge, .ianh-wJm
Broadway and Twentieth Street.
Grand and Christie Sts., N. Y.