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NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
tMCci. J. Tii.nr.N-,
of Sew York .
Tiiokar A. nrsi.itM.us.
Wbilo miifh I" aeooinplislii'il ly
tbrte mptbotln, it niifclit encourage delusive
erptfUtioii If I withhold hero the ixpi cs
lonpf niy convli tion that no reform of the
rivil umbo In thin country will he com
plete and permanent until IM t hief magis
trate ii conHitutlonally dis jualilioJ for re
election; experience having repeatedly
exposed the futility of fi lf-impo-ed restric
tion ly candidate or incumbents.
Through this iolenmily only can he he il
fectually delivered from hi? groat set tempta
tion to misuse the power and pMronaite
with which the Executive i ncces:irily
charged. From Samuel .T. Tilden's letter
of accept ance.
The nobler motive of humanity concur
with the material intereM of all iu requir-
Inn that evcrv olialaule be removed to a
complete and durable reconciliation be
tween kindred populations once unnatur
ally e it ranged, on the basis i-ecogiiizcil by
tliePt. Louis platform, of the "constitution
of the United State, with IN amendment
universally accepted a a dual m-tlleinc-nt
of the controversies which engendered civil
war." But, in aid of a result 10 beneliiient,
the moral Influence of every good citizen, a
well a every governmental authority,
ought to b exerted, not alone to maintain
their jut equality before the law, but like
wine to establish a corJtul fraternity and
good will among clt:r.oliH, whatever there
rave or color, who are now united In the
one dettiuy of a '.common wlf-governuient.
If the duty shall lie aligned to me, I hIiouI J
not fail to eiercha the power with which
the law and toe coaititiition of our cnun
try clothe its chid" magistrate, to protect all
It citizen, whatever their former condi
tion, in every poltlcal and personal right
from .Samuel I. Tilden's letter of nccpp
OKTII AX1 UK lMIIAN A fll UI.T
III the compusory removal ot the name
ol (-'odlove S. (rth from the head of the
I.idiana state tcket, the citizens of that
slate have proiouncc.! their opinion of
ofliclal fraud and corruption. Kven
4 1 . .... . ...
"icy arc coinpcJieu to submit to a con
tinuance of dishonest men in the control
of the national administration, they are
Ht least determined that their own execu
tive shall be in hands unstained and nine
Jt was a groes Insult to the people to cn
tieavor to force upon them a narti.san
Who has proved himself unworthy of
the confidence ol his fellow men, ami
they have done well 1 ) so forcibly nnd
eflectually resent it. It is said that the
vacancy ereaW'd by Mr. Orth's disgrace
ful flight, has been filled by one against
w hom no complaint can be urged. He
will find, however, that every man is
judged by the company In keeps. It he
has any regard for himself, lie will cut
loose from those with whom he is now
associated. I!y continuing in their fel
lowship, lie can succeed in nothing but
the loss of his character. As for Mr.
Orth, he may, w ith the proceeds of his
Venezuela swindle, console himself for
bib double loss, and calmly consider, at
bis leisure, the truth of the statement:
"The way of transgressors is hard."
Tilt: l.KTTEKN F At l:iT AM K .
When the letters by which our candi
dates announce their acceptance of the
nominations proffered them are compared
with those ot Messrs. Hayes and Wheel
er, it seems almost impossible that any
thinking man can hesitate In Ids choice
ol the former as the proper htsous to
whom they should give their votes in
November next. In the letters ot Gov
ernors Tildeu and Hendricks, there is
not only displayed an intellectual grasp
of the subjects before them, there is man
ilested an honesty of intention to faith
fully discharge any duties that may be
imposed upon them ; while in those ol
their opponents there is apparent an ina
bility to comprehend the nature ol the
problem which they are desirous of le
Ing permitted to try their skill at solv
ing, as well as a clear statement
of their intention, if elected, to perform
their work by deputy, and delegate their
authority to the thieves and plunderers
who are controlling the machine. With
these alternatives before ns, it surely
cannot bo diflicult to select. Indeed
events show that the natural ellect is bt
ing produwd. Our lellow citizens
are everywhere raining their voices in
favor of the candidates who, they know,
eau and will, without bar or favor,
enter upon and proceed with the work ol
placing all the aftairs ol the country upon
the basis of justice aud equality. They
recognize in Tildcn and Hendricks the
men who know how to conduct the ad
ministration, and who will engage In the
undertaking without regard to anything
but the public good, and these men ihey
intend to support in the contest now go
Tilt: ii lp i blitaxn or maiki:.
There is no doubt that, bad as are the
procct8 of the republicans in the
other portion of the country, in the
Suite of Maine the condition of the party
is causing a very Urge amount of anx
iety to the leader. '1 he names of Hayes
and Wheeler do not seem to commend
themselves at all to the lit publican voters
of that state ; and as that has always
been regarded as one ot the strougest ol
the party fortresses, this fact oecasions
great distress. Messrs. Morton and
Conkling will one day learn the lcou,
that measures of injustice and oppres
sion will always react upon those who
instituted them. Tut: guitk-ineu were
both candidates lor the nomination at
Cincinnati, rat h bitterly opposed to the
other. So lar to good. If they had
uej kOOOrtUle means lor tl.cir advai04-
woQt, hi ooo would lie found to rid- uto
OQfclloa. ,Uut fir J vlulut wiv Uo
rnndiilutc, mnl for innntln Ixdoro the
rnnvention met it was tvitlriit
In tliec niirnnts tli:it lie was
far inotf popular nml powerful
than they. 'J hey tin lt-lorr, feeing
Hit; forlorn comlilion of their own liopes,
very zf.iluusly rnlered upon tin? task
ttliitli 1iul l.een relepateil to tlielil lV
their Miiployer. (.runt, ami uniti'il truir
fom s to tlisiiblf lilalne. Hy the most
iiiisiTiipiiloiw nii'l tli'liasin tnrnns tlid
tliey plunge Into tlit! work ol pulling
down a rival ot whom they were afraid.
No clone tli.ltliiy leave init.urin.Ml, that
would aid them in rmniiiR the only com
petitor whom they dreaded nnd envied.
The liohleft and ue?t ol the IJepuiilli an
conini:iinliT. the Etealest statesman thai
the parly possessed, was maimed and
langhtered ly those iniseralde pnteinl-
r, to satisfy their own ignoble passions
and to curry favor with the silent and re-
morseless chief, whose most truculent
and servile ol hireling they have always
proved themst Ives to he. Mr. Maine's
friends cannot, forget these things. They
may comply with his behest to put their
shoulders to the wheel, hut their
strength and energy is impaired hy the
memory of the ills which lie lias so un
justly had to endure, and tin y have not
the heart to do much towards propelling
! ( T fcl.M 1 H
We have read with care both the ma
jority and minority reports of the Mis
sissippi investigating committee, ami arc
entirely willing that they be printed to
gether and placed in the hands of every
voter in America. The truth lias so shorn
the miichtalked of outrages ol their enor
mities nnd given such turpitude to the
act of Governor Ames, that the white
people of Mississippi arc txalted for their
lorlu'iirancc, in the minds of unpreiu
diced men, the country over.
Iiy the unfair hut peculiarly radical
ruling ot the majority of the committee,
the white citizens involved in the so
called outrages, were not permitted to
enter an appearance, personally or by
representative. On the other hand negro
witnesses were permitted, to crowd the
committee room, to detail their lears and
conjectures, and give interpretations to
the nets of the whites wholly unwar
ranted by the facts. Vet the investiga
tion, almost wholly e.r parte, faded to
connect any of the scenes of riot and
bloodshed with political aH'airs, or with
any issue growing out of the then pend
lug slate election.
The riot at Clinton, the bloodiest oc
currence into which Inquiry was made,
had its origin in a drunken brawl, in
which a white boy stabbed a negro. The
boy was purmed and cut to pieces, '' he
negroes then organized and threatened
to devastate the country. The whites,
believing their lives and properly en
dangered, organized and nrmed them
selves, aud killed eight negroes who
were known to be enoouragcra of the
proposed massacre of the whiles. Sub
sequently the whites and blacks met In
council, formed a treaty of peace, and
thus ended the bloody all'.iir at Clinton.
The troubles in Columbus, Lowndes
counly, like those at Clinton, had no
connection with polities. On the even
ing preceding the late election the citi
zens of Columbus were Informed ol a
purpose upon the part of tlu negroes,
who greatly outnumber thu whites, to
burn and sack the city. That such a di
abolical purpose was entertained is
shown by the testimony of Lieutenant
Owen, commander of the negro company
subsequently captured nt Vicksburg. He
testified that but tor a notice " not to
come, lie would have been In Columbus
betoro nightfall, with a gun in ono hand,
a coal-oil can in the other and a box of
matches in his pocket." Without
Lieutenant Owen's assistance, however,
the town whs tired at a point remote from
the center. While the citizens were pro
ceeding to this lire, tin! alarm was
sounded in another quarter, nnd thus
alarm succeeded alarm until the eighth
had been sounded. No other conclusion
could bo formed but that the negroes
had commenced the execution ol their
threats, and that the community was on
the verge of a great disaster. As a de
fensive measure the marshal took semi
military possession ol the city at once, to
prevent the free circulation of the people
giving his subordinates orders to hall
every man who was not known, and to
shoot him If he disobeyed. I'nder these
order the patrols shot nnd killed four
negroes. No political significance was
given to this occurrence even by the ma'
iorlty of the committee, vet it is still
used by the Mortons of the North as ir
refragible proof that Ieinocratie ascend
ency in Mississippi was achieved through
means that make "the blood of the pa
triot fairly curdle in his veins."
The Wilkinson county troubles had
their origin in the brutal murder of a
white store keeper named Aaronson, by
a body ol negroes who were in search of
another white man, with the charitable
intent of hanging him.
And so on to the end. It is not
claimed that the white citizens of Mis-
eissippi have not embrucd their bauds
in negro blood sometimes without just
provocation; but it is IiiMsttd that the
blood-hcd was not due to political ex
cilcnieiit, or to any purpose to scare the
colored voter Into the support ol the
Democratic candidates. No other con
clusion can be lornied alter a careful
reading of both reports ; and so unavoid
able is such a conclusion that thu lU pub-
lican party dure not and will not put the
lull result ol the committees labors into
Hie hands ot the people.
Ilir. I.DISBl U1.ll UI( JI I.Y.
The Etlinburyh Review, for July, re
printed by the Leonard Keott rubliehing
Co., 41 Jim-lay treet, New York, bus
the following content :
1. "Growth of the Germi. Naval
I'ower " give an account ol the ineep
lion and growth of the J'russiuii navy.
Commencing with iu brganiatiou in
the year IMS, the writer describe the
important purt it ha Klready taken iu
me cuuuwi History, ile then give
many rtatisties khow ing its present con-
tlition nnd relative importnnee In the
armed strength of Kuropp.
'2. "IIaydon'i Correspondence; and
Table-Talk." Alter briefly nlluding to
the melancholy incidents ol Haydon's
life, Ibis article takes up the more ngree
nble topic of bis correspondence nnd con
versation, illustrated with many extract,
nnd letters ol Keats. Wordsworth, and
. "Uanke's History of Kngland."
Pronounced to be the best history of
Kngland written by ono man.
-I. "The Comte de Palis' Campaign
on the rottunae." The greater part of
this review is th voted to sneh parts of
works as illustrate flic American system
of forming, training and inano'uv:ring
an army as compared with Kuropcan
methods. The criticism on McCelhin's
campaign on the .lames peninsula will be
read with much interest, as it is stated
that it was written by the lab: Colonel
5. " Letters ami Works of Michael An-
gclo." The aim of this essay is rather
to present an analysis of the mind and
character of this great artist as develop
ed in his letters, than to give a sketch ol
C. " Mr. Swinburne's Kroehtheiis " is
reviewed at length, and pronounced to
be singularly free from faults. (Quota
tions are given ol many ot the liner
P. "The Kajput Stales ol India." This
article controverts the popular Luropean
idea that the Knglisli couquctt in India
have changed the political organizations
ot the country, ny snowing that these
states, which are the only coiishlerablt
portion where the nucient institutions
still exist, have only succeeded in pre
serving them through Luglish inter
s. "Two Chancellors by Julian
Klaczko." portrays the foreign policy ol
the two leading statesmen of Lurope
(Jortehakoir and Bbmarck.
0. "Moresby's New Guinea aud Poly
nesia" is most interesting, and the ac
count of surveys and explorations in
these imperfectly known regions will he a
treat to all who enjoy books of travel.
lit. "Sir l)enis Le Marehant's Memoir
of Lord Althorp." Lord Althorp was
one of the in jst prominent .statesmen of
modem times, and will be chiefly re
membered lor his labors in the cause of
parliamentary reform. Headers will
lind here a summary of the principal
events ol his political career.
Coi.. Wilky ascribes his dismissal
from the army to u protracted absence
from his command, necessitated by sick
ness in his family. We are entirely
willing to give him credit lor the lull
force of this confession ; but another
charge one that allects bis personal in
tegrity remains untouched. Why did
he permit neighbors and friends who bad
become his endorsers, to be stripped of
their properly and homes, to pay his
debts? Will he explain why Mr. A. W.
Simons was stripped of bis home and
evcrv dollar's worth ol property he
possessed, while be, Wilcv, luxuriated
in an abundance of this world's goods,
held in the name of his wile?
Mr. Simons was uu old man, unable to
retrieve his losses, while Col. Wiley was
a h ile, heaity man, scarcely beyond life's
meridian V It will not do to say that the
property the colonel enjoyed belonged
to his wife. As against a debt ol honor
such a pica is insufficient it will salisty
nobody w ho believes in fair dealing be
tween man and man. Had Wiley and
his wife been compelled to go out into
the world penniless as a eonsctjuenee,
old Mr. Simons, bis endorser, should
have been saved from loss at least pro
tected in the possession of the home in
which he expected to spend the remnant
of his lile. Explanation in this behalf is
now in order. Shall we have it
OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
Nkw Voiiu, August II.
roi n iCAL l'liosrr.c is.
As the campaign progresses, the events
connected therewith seem to have formed
an alliance in favor ot those iviio enter
tain the desire and the purpose of puri
fying the fountain whence Hows the
stream of public Influence and authority.
In their first engagement the opposing
forces have met, and, as the smoke clears
away from the battleticld, the proud Hag
ol the Democracy is seen waving over
every citadel throughout the State of Al
abama. The success ol their forces in
that ftate gives great encouragement to
the friends of reform till through the
country, and nowhere more significantly
than in this section.
The llepu.ilieans here are utterly de
moralized ; they have lost faith iu their
generals, and are tleist-rting almost by
battalions ; all notion of discipline, ure
utterly lost. The disappointment ol their
leader when they received the letters
of Govs. Tildeu and Hendricks w as in
tense. They had disseminated among
their supporters the notion that the Dem
ocratic camp w as divided, and they hoped
that in these letters they would find
something by which they could support
their assertions. They see nothing, how
ever, but evidence of the fact that the
candidate and the w hole party ure unan
imous iu their policy, and that the meas
ures which they advocate are the only
sale and honcnt means of conducting thu
government ot the country.
The conclusion of the Alabama cam
paign is particularly distressing to them.
They have at length been brought to see
that they cannot contiuue their outrages
iu the south without something like a
pretext lor their high-handed proceed
ings. The president has signified bis in
tention to send troops for the pur
pose of influencing the elections in tint
section, but now every pretense for so
doing is removed. Ills by Uepublican
roguery that the deeds of violence, with
the records of which our ears are some
time asruiled, are provoked. The car-pct-basrging
nwiudler with whom they
have infested the whole region, to fatten
upon the proceed of their robberies,
have ihllauicj the breasts of the peo
ple, us they would have done
thoo of the patriotic Inhabitants
ol nny part of the world. Hut thev did
not cause n rupture ol the Jaw s. As this
was the end desired, public money was
used for the purpose of employing the
worst elements ol both races to commit
outrages which would cause horror in
the minds of all w ho should read of t hem.
Then could the troops be poured in nnd
the whole region reduced to military
control. These vile and devilish plans
have succeded but too well. Now, how
ever, Alabama renders a true version rf
the southern tale. Tin re is henceforth
no excuse lor int' ftering in her political
all airs. J,et aloin', she proves her-iii as
pencelnl and as loyal as nny
portion ol tlw national territory.
Black nml while arc alive to the iniqui
ties which have been practised by their
Itepiibliean rulers towards thein, and
have hence ileeidid that they will not.
The result of liiis election, combined
with the succcssi - in Kentucky, and the
Indiana disposition of Mr. Orth's fundi
ilatnre for the governorship, show tliem
that the ndvoi-ah of honesty are alive
and at work ail i.m r the land , the Idler
of acceptance make Known their leaders
as statesmen whom they can trust ; and
the reduction til ij;!.1,iHKl,lMiO in the appro
priations by congress displays the inter
est which their representatives luve in
lightening the burdens which they have
to bear. All things work together for
In the city the -ign are increasing 111 a
th? people are entering earnestly upon
the work which is before them. The
number if political, associations is
rapidly augment ing and every
where great enthusiasm for Til
den nnd Hendricks prevails. The na
tional committees hold daily sessions, the
Republican to take its share in healing or
in causing state disruptions, the Demo
cratic to vigorously pursue its legitiinatt
work. The residents of French nation
ality have tonne I a Democratic I'uiou,
and will almost in a solid body support
the St. Louis ticket, while the Germans
are greatly encouraged by the letters of
General Sigel, and the declarations of
.nulges Maito mi' I toieppe, as welt as
those of L I'. Hii.-saurck-, the Hon. Cus-
tav K'crner, ami fthers, ana they now
conic boldly forth lor the same. In
many other parts have Democratic cain
paign dubs been formed since I wrote
last, and in all there Is a great entliU'
siasni lor the well known reformers.
OI II Kit MATlKUS.
Another demonstration was made on
Thursday by the w orkingiuenof the e i t v ,
They did not assemble iu large numbers
but as many as could be got togethe
marched, under police escort, to a con
ference with the mayor at the city ball.
They bore several banners, conspicuous
among which was one of a red color, and
bearing the inscription: '-Government
protection and provision for all, from the
cradle to the grave."' The discussion in
the mayor's office was rather heated in
its character, and was closed by the
mayor intoniiin the deputation that not
withstanding bis feeling ot Oct p regret
tor their misfortunes it was not iu the
power of the municipal ollicers to do any
thing for the men w ho-e cause they were
pleading. Another thing that engages
our attention is the condition of the Cro-
ton water. It is pronounced by compe
tent analyzers to be unlit for use as an
article of drink. No remedy has yet been
devised, though it is Imped that belore
long the Impurities will be removed.
Commodore Vaiiderbilt still lives, au.l
that is about all that can be said. Jit
is gradually but surely passing to that
region beyond the vale. His death is
looked for evcrv moment, and the c licet
that it will have upon the gigantic enter
prises that he has been conducting is
largely cauvas-ed. lie in his dying,
evidences the staying and enduring pow
ers ot man, and O l.eary, in his ardu
ous tak which he is perlormingdoes the
same thing. This great '-walkist" re
mains in good condition, ut.d about 11
o'clock last niL'ht completed the four
hundredth mile of his course.
KTI'.AM fill ATM.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis'
Steam Packet Co.,
raduenh, Sbawneotown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
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tmiiiu ou lite l i iK-r tiltio, uiviutf lliruiii.'li re-
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for urther infornintion spiily to
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j-'uiieriiileiiitilit auilUueral trviKltt AKent,
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Dealer m Fresh Meats
Between Washlnrtoa ni Comiaurcial
Avenues, adjobiUur Hanny's.
KEKI'3 for aa'le the beat Bwf, Turk, Mutton
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l iiieolu llutti-r Towdpr is un cutii-ely
liaiiiili-i-s nrlit'le muilo tluui a i-el-lr:tttl
Culish ret-int', mitt now in iluily u- hy
iii:iny of the wo-t noieil larnifrs in tin
butler counties aroiuiil I'liiUiU-lfliiu.
In lint weatlit-r thin I'owil'. r makes tuithr
luui-li li tine r itinl bwictt r tliaii it iisii:illy is,
anil keep it from turning; rm:cil. It ulsu
remove tin- strong flavor of ttiniijis, '.u In-,
vvet'ils, cun fctalks, eut'on si-eil, t-ti-.: ainl
tin: iurreast'i) vii lil tif huttrr iiuirli mcie
than l'ay thu Iniliti' expense of usiti it.
85 '-ii(H P-r l'at-Uiiae.
Winii.KsAl.K DK.rtir : lot!; Market St.,
Nebraska Ahead !
The 1!. A M. Itailroii.l 'n'8 I.amU ' Tin I!e-t
AL'iii uliinal ami Murk Country in Aiiiciii-u!
GOOD LANDS IN A GOOD CLIMATE
l.i'W irires, I.,ii( t'reilil. I.uw Fares unit
FretL'lils rreliiliiiiM I r liiiiriveinentrt. I- ivt;
1'itss lo Laii'l lluyers. l"Kin' lull p.il t ii nil i
apply In II. & M. li. It. I u , ISiirliiu'liui. loua.
Kiilisli Hrus.M'ls, Tim I'ly uml Ingrain,
also, stair i niirt. ilM t'Ku'.'s, riiiulj
Cloths, Oil t'lotln, t'ti!., very cheap
ut the (lltl 1'lure
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
Carpet tariliilly pat-kf-4 nnd t-ent to any
part of the l ulled state Irtic oft'hai't'e.
i r-sENo:ron price list. "
7-l-ly. J A. BENDALL.
KORTllSIDF. OF EIGHTH STREE1
Betwe B. WaabLngton ami Oommarcla
.C 0 R "state
IIOTI I S
St. Charles Eotol,
PEKES hESylES T3 SKI IHS OT
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Boar J, 3d Floor 2 00 I'tir Day
Special Rate hy Week or Month.
A liin.it-.! niiiiilii r nf vi-i-y ili-irulile laniily
.n. Hip rail t ' - run l Hi li'lv-iiniltilc late !r llit.
I In- -t. I hurle is tlif larj-'i - IhihIIh it i..itit
("1 llmi-i- in si. mi, i n 1 1 1 1 1 . . , an. I ii tin- lui lnu:
Imtil in I uir.i Nt l'li-luintinj.' tin- "lint
Km k" rcihicli'iii in j r i -, the t:ill- wili.m
ii-ual . Ii- IiIh -rally n.plii-t Willi tl.i- try lx-1
of fveryllniia "i-1' ' ,'' lnti't m in u ki l .
1- in-'lur,.r' iiiiiiplf riH.init lur iiiiii-ri ial trav
elers, on k-iiMiin'. Ilnor, trit-ol i liarv.--
t All la.';;Ht-i. irm-ls i uinetl t'Ullel 1 r.
tin- !litt-l lltlnllt i lmri'r
JKW Kl f WII. 'MX A t O .
4 - 1 1.-1 f I'r,,; ni-l"! '
VAIIM1 v sroiii:.
WUOUSALE AMD RKTAII..
IN THE CITY.
Qooda Sold Very Closo.
Jor;i:-r 10th St. and Coinnirt Ul Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO
TA I i tlititllit'l
in ttie rnitt-i
1. 1 111' lu. Hl.'l Kll-
i in- tii iw a-t
any nilur ii-liit-
.tiri. I i.rris.iMi
leil in Un- l.hii-
li-h uml full l'll "n itlVi-lltnlH, At
t rn -ys at Law, itiii 1 ntln-r Miliriitnrs, i-ii:ill
III tli-e wlin liave li tl llirircn-es r is-l-l in
Hie liamls nl ..llier ill t. n ll- s . I n l . i rli-.l t it- 9
our leef nrt- tiaitialli, uml h' tmrv i-i untile
liiili-sit i- ur Mirit.-. lul.
I " '"" W-Ui'a al
I .-.- r i-x enli-eii'l us u iin.'l 1
I 1 1 1 l II "r '-l-'I'tti nml a
llllHM fill N lull Ie.-.1I. .11 i.l
lii V oil uul n")X'':a
aliiination at (lie patent (irlirf. nl It we think
it ial-iiUlile, will Heitil yii'i -u-i- Mint im
Bil l irirernl y.mr t-a-e. Out l-e will la' in r
II I I 1 I I . Miinen.i.iiiM. ! Iflll
Jill V 1 1 1 1 f Ii. I. ieni. - : - I l1!-!
A A I tvyn .. I..,,. I I I I
iii ..ii.ih A j J J
(fell, r. x -t.i iTTimi ss i lier ol raiei.is,
l'lei laii'l, ttliiu i O. II. kelliv, I ".-(. . Set:
Vaiintial i. run re l.i.ttirville, Kyi Cninni"lir
I (an 'I Vinmeii, V . S. N. , Wa-lilnut'in. 1).
S5"eni Mainp furfur "t.uiile .,r tilitain
iun ratenls, " a lunik nl" pnu'es.
Ail'lress : l.titiix Itnuui-r A- '., Snlii I
tin ol Patents, uuluinflun, l.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
It tin i.ritiitl Old
L I ST 1MB "N T,
Which has stood tho test of 40
Thero is no soro it will not Ileal,
no Lameness it willnotCure.no
Ache, no Pain, that Afflicts tho Hu
man body, or the body of a Ilorso
or other Domestio animal, that
doea not yield to its magic touch.
A bottle costing 25c. 60o. or SI
has often saved tho life of a Human .
Being, and Restored to Lifo and
Usefulness Many a Valuable i
Highland Park, 111.
.1 (ulli'Kliilo Bittl I'reiiiiralttry luttti
luliou lor l.dis.
Kali M-atainn lieninii Sepleiuler Soili, Is7.
Conr-t of nlii'lv llntitfiiKli ami exU'tnleil. Ilare ,
lu.-ihiii for Minn-, UrawiiiK ail fuintinK
.Milliners, MiiraU ami lliallliof Hie llrsl iinit-lam-e
I uliei.-e liuilitinK iiliiinudioui, aiel
w ell fiirmaliej. So room lor pupiUatiuve two
llik-lils of lir Uicaliou aitiui'tive. Tliuiw
M li. i liavet-oiupleted Itieir ordinary rtifiol eUu-ri'.liont-lsm
here may la reeifivtsil to pursue our
hiulier t-niirbe wtlli nuuclal aJvautue. tU- i
W.UUH f, IVEfcEOSr-t'UiiliS"?. .
& moN R Oh bTsy.
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE GREAT
s la-ti-r lliaii uliv otln l Iw.l mi r .n!.ll-fi
I. t ne iienl -iill Li ro; iel ill till 1hv At'lel
..r mr i-xt.t It-tun l nifeiit-. Nuimn-il l'ul-Ii-IhiiK
I i., i liip, 1.I-, M. l.Mii- Mu.t r
t ..luillllll-', t).
" Vi ri-H I lie fiiiKfr h li;lil im ytiii
l-Htt. 1'iat'fi rt.filiiiatlriii ; rn- Inni iiidh-. UiI
fi-iu," is l.iini'iar t---rii.tiiii f llt-sr two
ti i-a--. I huni'li trli in )' aiel iN-M Mttv-k
i :ill i-iil ...riiiiii- el Un -t-in. tlif rmii-r is l -l.--.r
1. n ihiiixiiii'iu- ai'lit in III-- M'mM. I'ii -r
i tj. Hi.- I.v ll.i- ii-- nl
I AI;i:AM'- sl.l.IKH AI'l.ltiKST.
It .fill ! it- work s).s iliiy sml tin rni-liljr. I:
i- tin- im-.it fiicii'l 'l tlit-Miflit.-r Irniii ilhciiHi.i'
ti in an 1 1.-. .nl.
MH.K l:V AM. Il'.l"Ot.ls
j"TJ7 A WKKK ifiiariiritii ti ii:m1 n i
I I ft-iiu.lo mcrrilii in llu-ir l.x jtlily.
M t .i noliiin l try it riti-nliaj
J S I ' " VII KKIIV A t.t ,
Ci'i trt QOrt MT'l.ivul li'Hiif- Sain.l-n worlh
pJ kU t?i6J (i fr. Minion k Compmoy,
Mili'l K'-adlnn'. Paycbomancr, Facinc
lion, Houl Cli u-minK, MeamorUm, i. 1
Marrias-e Guide, .li iwinr ht -ihr
may In- inal ami j.-Kin t lie lute of any m ti"ii
t n: y rh"-i- in.iiiilly " i:iiit-s. Iiy mail i
mil. Hunt A t ., l.fi "Ui H l l.il.
UANTEIi.-Any Person can make
$500 it limntii t -11 ti.tr mr lvtli i-rupt n.
Imiik Any '.lit' lliat lius u lftt-r to write Mill
1 it v u. N.i ir--i ir wa'i-r ii-i-'l. st n l tit )
I !" rtn-ul.ir. i. I- I.slOll CO, W litltiu.
nuiHiiig i hji m iiu
I I ymi waul rt-lialilti nif..riimlinn, lifren.il tw
! .'cf it i-lit-ttp Farm nr unvt-rtiiin nt Home
stead flit- m-ihI ymir aililr-" l V ). ill.
M i I ; I . . I. ami I ..mini sinner. I jiu retire knn-t
jii'I i" Tin- limn a i ii.j i.f The Kansas l'a
fir Fancy Canla
UJ e nl-i A . J IM
i.-nl. J i
I'll I tint-
Itul l lure '"!-1 l.ealiere . l.) in. st-ml lut
cii i tilars nl N . V. 1 -lfirrt)'li liixlitute, .lanes
Ville, W Iki-niirin. His-.iiui tel. I l.y rll.l of
tr-ti rn I'nii n ri-lviaili I i. , tin-nnly i.--lial.li-
le.t.1 in Urn V ,!.
THE NEW YORK
iri.. nri l'i:VMO.N f r otti.'ri" and Sulilifr
wouitl-i. iiijuieil m i m im -'! , liieter si is till :
.il.I.iill" un inereil -e til ul l l ate-; rMille.'ls um-al
,ii ,v ii l Ii . unit , eli. Nn ftmriio unlf- mie-
,,..,. Iii.i,' i.i..iii.lly answeitsl l.y a-l-
ilre-Miii.l. list linl.l.. Atlihe at lv, I
t h.lnln r -I,,-, (, New i.lk t IU , iie I'. O.
-' - :
' H'-'l f"r Its I'nrlty, Strrntrtb ami Flavor
ttATHiiie.H.iKiH'Pl'li-kies. Wr t.uaianlee II t.
..- enl'r. 1) fret Ir .S.iiri.- -i,irolli.-tili'kt. rl
,iimi.i,t;ii e.nlili aluch ."( ri9rlailultral.-a
K'.r -ile nil (iru04.Ti.
l.iirMt V'lti' t Wurka in tin
A ori4. .jtuO. ivj. 1. 1.
1'KiMiiM. c co., tuica
I (III Nk II
Nlri-fla. 4 lit.
t liuilereil Iiy Hie
Statu of IllumiH
fur the expn-sa
I uiriii-? ol rivinK
ra iliiliii-ilmle rein I
ii all laM-.sui iiiivatp. t liii.rj io. uml urinary li-
sea-es in all tlu ir eninpliealetl fulinn. It in vu-ll
kmiu n lUal Hr..l.iiiu- has Htoinl ut tin-lieuil of
Hie prufi-K.-iiiii for tin-.a-.t :ii years. Ave unit
fli-rieiireureall-iiiiiiiiriaiit. M-mliiHl Wfnk.
liena, nij,'lil Ikssus tiy tlrtaius jiimjilM on tin
far, lost iiiiinliouil, fan iioMtitely If t-.uieeil
latilicit Tt untiiiK the luort ilelnaif alleiition. fall
or rile. I'leaant hnine for imtienis. A Imok
for the million. MarrniKu linnte, whii lt telta
yon all almiil these iIiM-anea who ulionl l marry
vthv not 1" eeiil In pay pnbtiiK'-'- "r 'laine
lia til rooms ant parlor. Von nee no otw hut
the ituelor Dllii-e huiirn, 'i a in. lo 7 p.m. Mm-
! ilavH, lu to 1J. All lituiuesa mrirtly ronllileii
1. 11. GliKBl.Y.
A. W. rtfATT,
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOk
Bulletin Buildtntr, Cor. Twttlftb Street
aud Waahing-tou Avanue,
tJ-CountT anil UailroaJWork a Specialty