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to w, ran till liow oompl'to1y trio "Hi
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united forces, the itVputilli-aii C"
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hols, writ b N Ills at their head, will fin
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NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
j r rit.ieui.
. t ;rkW Totii. . '!
for Vk-Iilden!, " - '
THOMAS A. 1IEDIII14,
Walla lunch luijr be voinINbe.l hy
theft maUiods, it might tncouratfedeliinive
ipet latioat If I withhold here tbe expres
sion of my codvI tiuu lust no reform of the
civil rvl'e la ttili country will Us row
plete and peruisuerjl until In i-hiel na'u
trt it constitutionally tiU.juuliiloil tor re
election; experience having repeat?. I ly
exposed tbe futility of selMmposgd re.tric
tton by caudidates or Incumbent.
Through this solemnity only can he he tt
fectually delivered from hit greatM tempta
tion to tulsusa the power n.i patronage
with wtiic-t the Executive 1 uecetmrily
charged. Prom Samuel J. Tllden's letter
Tbe nobler motives of Inuuauily fouctir
with the mitoriat IntereM of ail in reo,uir
log that every obstacle be removed to a
complete and durable reconciliation be
tween kindrsd populations once limi.-iltir-ally
estranged, on the baxu recognized by
tbe St. Louis platform, of the "constitution
of tbe United States, with it amendment
universally accepted as a linul pelllcuii-iit
of the controversies n liich engendered civil
war." But, in aid of a result to benefit-lent,
the moral influence of every good citizen, as
well ' as every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their just equality before the law, but like
wiaeto eiublith a cordial fraternity and
good will among citizen, whatever there
race or color, who are now united iu tbe
one dettiny of a 'common self-government.
If the duty shall be asMgncd to me, I should
not fail to eier. lt-e the power with which
the laws and tbe constitution of our coun
try clotho its chief magistrate, to protect all
1U citizens, whatever their former condi
tion, in every political and personal right.
Krom Samuel J. Tilden's letter of accep
tance. John V. Grear, jr., is left, by the re
tirementol young DUhon, !n full edito
rial control of the Murpbysboro InJe
txndeni. lie expresses the fear tnat,
through the retirement of Dishon, the
paper will lose the greater part of the
life and fire that have hitherto rendered
it generally acceptable to its patrons ;
but, In tlie number before us we tee no
indications of such a result. A pood
country paper always, it is a good one
A Soctherx tragedy occurred in Han
cock county, in this state, a few days
"ago. A man of the name of Wilson de
liberately killed a man of the name of
MacDonald, and was shot at five times
by MacDonald'g brother. lie escaped
into a corn field, was surrounded by cit
izens, and at latest advices was hi danger
ot being lynchjd. In tbe East the jk-o-ple
are uow talking about Western bar
barisnis, and are saying wc are almost
as bad as the Southerners. Wise Yan
The letters of Tildcn and Hendricks
Miould be widely circulated as campaign
documents. They will natisly the broad
eft expectation of political friends, and
w 111 compel the support of thousauds of
those usually undecided voters who,
though honestly impelled, fluctuate be
tween tbe two parties. Tbe letters are.
in snort, the heralds of a better era iu
national politics advance couriers of a
policy that shall control In the adminis
tration of our public affair to the per
manent good and happiness of the
BtLkMp was acquitted by the I'nited
States senate, silting as a court id im
peachment. Colfax was not punished
under direct Judgment, for his guilt, nor
was Pomeroy, nor llabcock ; but all
these men are, to-day, politically dead.
Every one of them is held morally guilty
by a discriminating public. Orth, the
nominee ot the Indiana Republican con
vention torgovemor, has felt the sting
of public condemnation ; aud now it re
mains lor Grant and the thousand
aud one leaders of the Re
publican party, whou names are
trnirched with the stain ol ofliciul cor
ruption, to hear, from an outraged peo
ple, the "depart from me, ye cursed ; j
knew your duty; but did it not!" One
by one they are falling under the ban oi
public contempt and ludignation ; aud
the time will come, when the Democracy
shall have reformed and purified the gov
ernment, that UMi men will be regarded
at tbe men who fatteued upon the public
No act ot the Democratic house ol
rougress has m exasjerated the Henry
W. Blairs of that bod v as the course of
the Democratic majority on the public
school question. Uy making most un
warranted and uncalled lor assaults upon
the Catholic church and the Democratic
party, in the discussion of the school
question, the Republican athemers
hoped to aggravate a hot-headed Demo
crat or two into an expression of hostil
ity. But the biters were bit. While
urging.with great vehemence, an amcud
luent to the constitution, that no public
monies should be, appropriated lor the
aupport of sectarian, achools, Harney
Caulfield, a Democrat and a Catholic,
arose In bis place and urged an amend
ment! "'Sect, " said he, "comes from
the Greek word ',' to cut oil
or divide, and does not, therefore,
apply to the Catholic church, of which
1 am a member. I move to amend by
lusertlng after the word sectarian,'
tbe words ,'or denominational,' " so that
the amendment may reach the Catholic
church at which it seems to be aimed."
We will see about that word.,,sect,";re
phed Hoar of Massachusetts; and open,
lug adlrtJonarr be discovered that Caul,
field wu right The amendment was
k t rill it proov ni Tt.vii.vr.Ti.Y
it ha N-en the policy of the Cairo
ProjH-rfy Truster to encourage the up
building of a manufacturing interest In
Cairo by giving locations, aud in other
ways; but tlii oli-y, liberal though it
was, ha borne but inditlcrcnt fruits
The chief reason for this, and lor the
absolute failures any citizen of ten year'
residence may call to mind, may l- found
in the fact that there has been an iiiade.
quacy of nieans.for llieend. Men of lim.
ited capital, justly estimating our many
advantages as a manufacturing point,
too otteu preparations made out of all
proportion with their means. They looked
beyond the wants of Cairo to the great
markets of the south, and clayed the
establishment ol an Industry of eorres.
ponding magnitude. la pursuing
this idea they exhausted their capital-
some of them before completing their
buildings, and others before rcali.iug a
dollar's return trom the products of their
iiulii-try. Iic!uragement followed a
know ledge of their inability to go ahead.
and a totnl abandonment of their schemes
was the outcome. Had llu.-e men com
menced upon a small scale ; sought first
to supply the home demand, and then,
as the protils of the business might war
rant, so extend the productive capacities
of their establishments as to meet the
known ami reliable demands ot tin-surrounding
country had this been done,
Cairo to-d.iy would have its prosperous
manufacturing establishment in almost
every blot k of the city. The largest
and most successiul manufactories now
in Cairo date back to a small begiuning,
while those which made a pretentious
aud unwarranted commencement are
"dragging out a miserable existence,''
r-or stand deserted and unused. Can we
not, from this experience, draw a lesson
l)V which we may profit iu the future r
No man who is capable ot reasoning
from cause to effect who understands
the pre-requisitcs to a successful manu
facturing business, w ill deny that Cairo
possesses all the advantages tor a sue--cesslul
prosecution ot that line of nidus
try that are claimed by the most favored
localities on the Ohio river, and many
other advantages of a most valuable
kind, that arc peculiar to her.iell. What
we want now, and what we can most
readily obtain, is the presence among us
of practical manufacturers of moderate
means, who will aim to supply the mani
fest needs ot the city and surrounding
country. A small foundry an establish
ment that could be put iu
operation by the outlay of $.1,000
or $4,000, would pay at once,
and would gradually grow from the
increasing demand of the country around
us. A $100,000 establishment of the same
kind, "would fail in a month. Two or
three practical carriage and wagon
makers men w ho arc finished workmen
might prosper here, on a capital of $1,
500 or $2,0s). A email factory for lite
manufacture ot bale rope and bagging
would lind a home demand that would
give it a good support. With no tannery
within fifty miles of the city, a good
opening is presented, for that branch of
industry. A vinegar ani soap factory
would succeed, as would an establish
ment for the manufacture of plows and
other implements in use in the cultiva
tion of the soil, None of the industries
named would succeed, however, unless
those engineering them used their own
brain and muscle, and kept In constant
view the wants cl the market, and the
necessity for competing in the qualify
and price ot their products with the
larger producers ot neighboring cities.
An exercise otgood judgment in these
respects would more than compensate
the lack of capital, and insure success
where mere dollars would be absolutely
Till: KKriBLirAM rASIflDAlK
KOt MTATi: SK.1ATOK.
The nomination of Charles F. Nellis,
ol this city, as the Republican candidate
for the state senate, is a surprise to every
body except those who form the Repub
lican slate-. Hi name was publicly men"
tioned in that connect ion, nowhere In
the district, and, we take it, that in the
I ural districts it was not mentioned be
cause not known. Rut Mr. Ntllis is a
clever gentleman, as radical in his opin
ions as the most fanatical Republican
could dc-dre him to lie an admirer of
General Logan, and an uncompromising
advocate or that gentleman's le-election
to the I'nited States senate. Ordinarily
the Republicans ol the Fiftieth senatorial
district nominate their candidate
for state senator as a matter
of ftirm. in the present emergency, how.
ever, they hnim to profit by the dissatis
taction exutlnx In tbe rank of the De
mocracy, and elect their man. Hut they
are "reckoning without their host."
The schism in the Democratic party,
absolute, as it seems to lx, w ill be cured
bclore November next; and where bit
terness uml discord now reign, there
w ill be harmony, a perfect iinderntaiidimr
aud unity of puritose. We cannot Ih--
lieve and w ill not believe that the De
mocracy, in a district where thev have a
clear majority of liiutn huudred votes,
will throw away their chances of electing
three representatives to the ireneral as
sembly, aud, through those representa
tives, a Democratic uumber of the
United States senate. The ambi
tion ol no man or half dozen
men; the Individual preferences of no half
hundred men, should be permitted to
stand In the way of an achievement of
such cousequenee to the Democratic par
ty. The cool-headed, the reasonable aud
the reasoning members of the party
the men w ho put tho interests of party
above and before mere Individual con
siderationswill see to It that no such
sacrifice l made. That means for the
solution, ot the problem our party
schism presents, have been entered upon,
we do not claim; but we do claim that
the lib) we are suttejing will be so nearly
remedied that a reunion of our forces
, will be effected, and that before those re-
Grant Orders that Bayonets be
Fixed in Readiness for
The (.eiirrftl f Hi Army Inwlruclpil
l f 'nvenleiill.v Arenas; Hie
Army In Hie Mnulli.
(Special to tin- St. Louis l imes. )
Wasiiimiion, Aug. Hi. The last sound
of the sjH'aker' gavel has scarcely died
away before the executive branch of the
administration develops its southern bay
onet policy, and announces its determi
nation to elect Hayes by the use ol the
army. In less than twenty-four hours
after congress adjourns the president di
rects General ,Nherm:ity to so dispose the
army that it may In' convenient and ready
for use at a moment's notice. With a
ciiniiingness which will nt deceive any
one, nor break the force of' the outra
geous and revolutionary act, the resolu
tions ot Mr. Scott Lord, recently adopted
by the house are incorporated in the
proclamation. They are not pertinent
to the high-hamlcd action of the admin
istration, a every intelligent reader of
them may see.
Hut the determination ot Grant is to
elect Hayes. It is the only way in w liich
he can save himself ami hisolllce-holtit rs,
and In? w ill cause blood to llow, if neee
s.iry, to accomplish this object.
Tin: work iiKtiivs.
Secretary Cameron has written the fol
lowing to General Sherman:
War Dki-ariukm, Washington Cm y, )
August l.-th, ls?ii.
To t.fiicml V. T. Mirriiuiii, viuiiuimliiijr
t uiltti Mules Army.
Sir : The house ol representatives ot
the I'nited States on Amtt loth iust..
passed the following preamble ami reso
lution, viz :
Whereas, The right of suffrage pre
scribed by the constitution ol several
states is subject to the Fifteenth amend
ment ot the constitution of the I'nited
States, which is as follows :
Article 15., Section 1. : The right of the
citizens of the United States to vote shall
not be denied or abridged by the I'nited
States or by any state on account of his
color er previous condition of servitude.
Section 2. The congress shall have
power to enforce this article by appro
priate legislation. Aud,
VVhkkkas, The right ot suffrage so
prescribed and regulated should be faith
fully maintained and observed by the
United States, and the several tates
ami citizens thereof. And,
Wherka, it is asserted that exercise
of the right ol sulfrago i?, iu some ot the
states, notwithstanding the efforts ot all
good citizens to the country, resisted and
controlled by fraud, intimidation and
violence, so that in such cases the object
of the amendment is defeated ; and,
itF.REAS, All citizens without dis
tinction of race, cla.-s or color are entitle J
to the protection conferred by such ar
ticle ; therclore, be it
Jl'iolceU, Hy the bouse fol repre
sentatives. That all attempts, by force,
lraud, terror, intimidatiou or otherwise,
to prevent a tree exercise ol the right ot
euitrazt: tit any siaic. biiouiu meet with
certain, condign a;id ellcctual puni-li-
meni, aim mat in anv cases w hi.-h have
heretofore occurred or that may here
after occur, in which violence or murder
has been or shall be committed by one
race or da upon the other, the prompt
prosecution and punishment ol the crimi
nal or criminals in any court having ju-ri.-diction
is imperatively demanded,
whether the crime be punishable by line
or imprisonment, or one demanding the
the penalty ot death.
The president directs that, in accord
ance with the spirit ol the above, you
are to hold all the available force at your
command not now ensraged iu subduing
the savages on the Western frontier in
readiness to be used upon the call or re
quisition ot the proper legal authorities
tor protecting all citizens w ithout distinc
tion of race, color, or political opinion iu
the exercise of the right to vote as guar
anteed by the Fifteenth amendment and
to asist in the enforcement of
certain coudign and eBcctual punish
ment ii ion all persons who shall at
tempt by force, fraud, terror, intimi
dation or otherwise to prevent the tree
exercise of the right of suffrage as pro
vided by the law of the United States,
and have such force distributed and sta
tioned so as to be able to render prompt
assistance in the enforcement ol the law.
Such additional orders as may le neces
sary to carry out the purposes of the.-c
instructions will be given to you trom
time to time alter consultation with the
officers of the Government.
Very u pert fully, your obed't serv't,
.1. I). Camkron,
Secretary of War.
Mr. BlMiue'a NM-erla.
Senator Itl.iine mien tlin eiiiivnt in l,iu
own state with unnecessary virulence,
uii-rcoy uoiug inmseii more Harm man
the IHilitlcal encmv whom Im wi.nl. I in.
jure. His speech at the district couven
.i ..... ...
uimi to.uuiiaou vtctinesilay was not
only in bad taste, but it was singularly
appropriate, coiu'uil' lroin one w ho
just gone through the ilerv ortleal to
...i. r ..i. i i - ... . .
Muii.iim- was siinjccictj. J'ouutiess Air.
Maine Would b lie llrf belie .'t I ll'l t t 111
charges against him had their foundation
in political maliceand were intended only
tor political cllect, but. lorgetlui of tbe
cuaniy ite n-KS. lie mil lo a -corj it in
turn. His insinuation that tioveruor
Tildcn willmeol hi abundant private
means to carry the Maine elections in
September will not lc believed by anv.
and it is not possible that -Mr. 'Rhone
hiniKcll believes it. Why he should so far
torget the altitude in w Inch he stands he.
fore the country as to utter such a foolish
slander Is not easily explained upon any
other hypothc-hi than that his illness has
deprived him of much of that acutencss
and common sense to which lie owed
much of his prominence. It cannot Ik;
that Mr. Maine is trying to scathe others
because he is himself not unscathed, or
mat ne auacks governor 1 ilden's integ
rity because ids own would have been at
tacked had he been Governor Tildcn'
antagonist in the presidential battle. Rut
whatever view we may take of his mo
tives his eech is equally un worth v.
E. N FRESHMAN & BROS.,
190 w, rowti st, ciMimn, o
Ars authorised to contract for svdvartia
l la this paper,
Estimats furalsbei tres. Band for Circular
LiS per yr, pottuye pnpnid, lo any
tiEST AND tUEM-LST
rlr puUitlnd .Id Southern llliuuis.
Wil l. nKHH
Iu 14 1 1 I lir.r I I'm (nit i.l-t
Oomtnenclntr UrtV lt. 1878.
Rich Black Silks
Hit- Mut .It I. ml.. I i.vi'it I tMiiuv,
A I l 25 Kolucl I'll. Ill M Ml,
At l rto Kclii.v.l in .in HI v;,
At l 7.1 ltvl,.(,j ikiiu l-J a.,,
At it -j mi iu.Iiki i h..in ( j r,..
Phb Colored and Fancy Silk:
At 1Mc l,Vlllr.-. ,iu l I-!,
At l M. (mii,v,1 ,ll n HI v.v
At HI lit. In,.. I .,m HI jo,
At HI rut Kt.lu.-nl limn hi so
i:iw mum r; mn mil
In rani. I'm lluir, ('In-tiutu, un.l lijiiia-f., I!...
ilnctl to 7 ., Mi, m i-n.irt 1, 'r..iu
1 :, l ;:. ai.J t.
Popular Dress Goods
In New uicl KKsliiniialilf K.tiirit-s h.l ( olors, til-lel-H
t'2f Utlucett frnm IHv;
It.- I!i-.tictl hum a.l. j
2-2r nlu. i'i-.ihi :tOc;
Ciilui'H ip.m :17c:
30c, K..riiit r.rice Me to ."iBc.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At 15, tl'Mi an.l l..rmiy Sol.l at t"".
inel J t .
Slack and S:ir!si Stella Shawl:
At r., $r.
Kfliict-.i 1 1 ..in j t un. i i..
UASU, imm SSETLAH SHAWLS
AtI t.i-- l.'i.lu.t.t lr..u.tt I..,
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
Tli I. at. ft I'uria Sijl. n f.u t'),wi'l, en.-
I'm ium lite i.iiji:..i not t-iu. l
KNOhMiii s t:i i.i 1 1 nss.
Ladies' and Childronn Un lerwear
VU luill" ll-.e Mock (!' llool ltl illlillll Hr. J
A II at Wry t.n.ui 1!. . hi. lion.
I. ;t lies', I liil'll'i li mi. I ( H-nlli'tiit'li'-i
1 l.tr li. t I ivll i. I ll in ll Ul.'l I .t in til ;..!, 'In
.Mi Mui kin ul IaiW r.-l l'i -1 l.li- l'rirt-3.
Are thoroughly sli.iUci with the hint
Koo.J-i, at tin- ltwet ittcka:.'e J.rlce. Ucau
tifill Aiiit!iic:n li iiil at !u: and lie. per
var.l; lan.l u.l i ,,.:4. ht-.l tui ut In.-. ;
l.tiii.ihtlt! Hliiiiin, ;il i..; " Xew Voik
MilN, un.l vht f tin;'" at l.'Jc
In all the nn.,1,, (;ra,, H, iitJllial.-;
(Vhit h wu kct . at the (Jiaiul Street Mor
only), we are olkiin Kniiliti and Aiiii-ri-can
tajie.trifs at , iriucr nic- 1 i.i;
no.ly itriUM at f Mt luruier price f I ko;
all-wool inirraiii at 7nc, lurnier price, !K)c;
tlirc ply inralB at l aft, former pi ice,
iu 60; uil-il.it I,, ht ,-,c to ;oc.j f'ui-iiier
prici. .'mio. to KTc.
Sauij.U-a of C(if..ln, mil catalogues or la
dle aud iiii.n ,- huitM and muslin uiuli r
wear, and iulaiiK" outiilh, kelit Ireeol i-lmrge
to a.l M!etiou of tlm t utted States.
Kult N tor M tt-iiicusiireuient s 1 1 on appli
cation to all pai u ol the t-ouutiy.
Ilrder for v;,U 0f all kinds will he care,
fully attended to, uu,i ((,e t;ooil pa. led
and loi v. arded w ithout ehargu. Jau-w Mm
Broadway and Twentieth Street.
Grand and Christie Sts., N.Y.
AUENT8 AMERICAN POWDER OO
57 Ohio Lnveo,
UOX and BASKET CO
All kiu.lt (iiui.l uu.l null,)
F'LOOIilNO, SIDING, LATII, &o.
Mill aud Yard,
Jotrner Thirty-Fourth Street and
G. D WILLIAMSON,
A II I I nl.'l ill
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
Tf'IAT. atlt-nti n ui-ii tiiro'iAlKiiiii. nta u I
No H) Ohio 1alv.
7 6 If.
SIXTH STHEET, Between OniO
laKVtili AJN1J COMMJillCIAL
Manufactures bi own Horse Shoea and
cull ensure Uood Work.
I. KM ok iii:4I.kkh.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wlitil.vule ami llctuil Dtnl. r in
Foreign and Domeatio
ui.m:s or am. kimh,
No. 60 Ohio Lcvoo,
mine Bini E .,1 llie -t koii.1-. Ill lilt: llml
kt t, anil iveiiiM-.uil alu-iiliuii in I lie wIioIkbuIw
rHii.-li nl il.f. In. i.n...
M. J. HOWLEY,
P.::! Estate ::i House Agent.
' Office in Bross' Building.
!, -vt- y .. niii--i..n to A. U. Sulf..r., a-h-I
Vi. rl .lv Siilininl U.iul, tin. I tl'.n, r. Hr.,--,
-n-..li',.t Al. ti. l. r I ..uiily Hunk.
Anx. 1.. II
JAMES P. SMITH & CO ,
rH. I iiiIImhm Iiiuiiiu 1
Ire far hale b tLu i!:ir Juii.I. ri.u-L.-.l m I
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE,
FOR YOUNG WOMEN,
lie-he. iu::.-.th yc:ir Ht tit. I '.th. Ka. iillv
DUiiiticiw -J!, MuL'iillicblit l.uil'liiiL'rt. ceiifr-
huh t:ilili '1 Imroiiu'li oui-.e la Ku'IMi,
KCICIICO, CIUSMCH, :ill'l lOllrl'U I.HIllMltttfCH.
1 niirimxfcii u.lv:int:iii'g fur muMc ami art.
A.lroi.s the I'le-idunt, itev. J:ivi. II.
.Mimie, D. 1 , I incinnati, O. 7-HilA vv-M.
A GRE ATIDISCO VERY !
II V tlte UMtt nl' vt liit-li ri'rv lkiuilv inuv t?lvH
tlit-ir l inen Hut lirilliuQl ulili Mtt-uliKr tu lint)
Uuutlry w ink, baviux limruu.l lb..r in iroiu
UK. mure Uiku IU tun re iul. rruuU-a.
old By Dra ggists and Grows Ifsrywhers
Ati rou Dor.iijNS'.
DOBBINS, BROS. & CO.. 13 N. 4th St,
(HOW DA SHINE)
St. Charles Hotel,
??.;::; reduces to suit the mil
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $2 00 For Day
Special Rata by Weak or Month.
A luiiil.'l niimln r i.f very ilcintl.!.- Iitmily
r.Hiini etui It- .tuifl ul n .iiul.lf rult-it lurtlit
I In- -I Imi lt i Dip larirnt aii'l Im-xI siiiint
e.l ll.nihe in Miiillit rn IMiiiihh, itn.l in tlic I . it k
hoi. I in tairo. NuttWilioliilxlilik' the "llt .l
Itui'k" rtHlucli.m in .ri. f, llic liil.lt- will.uit
u-ual,lf lilHTItlly Hli'hll with t hp mtv
ul'i-vrrythiiiK Hint cttn 1 f.nin.l in iimrki t .
hi lit- uriip Miiiiiile rotirim f .r conmit-rcial trav
el. -r". on Krouiiti llutir, free of clinrif
ttAll ImiJifttiteoi'K'iiiiBtit i invji-. l.iuii'l ironi
Hit liolt'l witliulit rhiirire
J h V K I T W 1 1.r I X AIM..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Ooodfl Sold Very Close.
Oornor 19th St. and CommarbUl At.
C. O. PATTER & CO.
t.iitHiuM in tin- rnitt-'l
Milieu, t ana. In, aii'l Ku
roie ; It rlnri ut low ax
tlioneof uuy other relia
ble liuUkt-. Ct.rrei.ion
.li li.eliite.ini tin' l.l.K
linh un.l fort iKii ii?iia.T8. with int. ritom. At
t'.rney.sat I.hw, uiel ulher -..liriit.,r. e-iieeuill
W III llmse wild have IiikI then ln,M rejeelcl in
tlieliuii'U ol oilier atliiiueVA. In ivjec. riwn
.n r l.-ert art ren-u.nttlile, un.t no t-liaiKf H ina.t
Utile-.-. Wtf ure Mlll'ee.rtill.
If y.u waul i.at
elll.r-Hl'l ii-a II
1(1 or (.ketrlli hi
7V full tie.M li.li.i
y J j v ii r inteni
W,Wf Hill lltuk
elll.r-Hl'l 4 a IIIO'l. I
HunimritioiiHt the .utent i.dh e, un l II wc think
II 'Uir l.litlile, will Hell. I Villi iul -l llllil U'lVI.e
uiei ..iteciiu- your ca.. uui lee will ne in or
. 1 1 i it i y ciiMi ' .
Ill Ornl or wi iltt-u in mulli M
L'rtl. Kx-t'oDiiniMlont-r of )'atcntt.
I l t. htii'l, Ohio ; . II Kelley, Ki-u.., Hec.'t
utional t.iarijre i.ouiHville, It v.; t oiiunoour
1'iin'l Aiiiineu, I . S. N., Wa.-hliiftou, l. O.
I f"M-n.l miiiiiii lor our - t.ui ii- lor otniin
Iiik I'ateuU," u honk ol in .u!i-ri .
A.Miuait : LamiU liHtcarer A Co.. toln i
torn ol Talent-., U abhlUKlon, 1 C.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
I Hit (Jrauil Old
Which has stood tho test of 40
Ihoro is no sore it will not Ileal.
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Ache, no Pain, that Afflicts the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to its magic touch.
a. Dome costing zoc, ouu. or an
has often saved the life of a Iluman
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
Highland Park, Ul.
. l ulleavlMt RNtl Frepitralorjr IsH
luliou for (.adieu.
v. i ,i . -t i n..it. lJTii
rait aeaniou ta'iua evpieiuiivr etu,
Course of lu.ly thorough aud exUimlwI. lUre
fuc.ilitit-a for Music, lirawiuK aud r-aiiilluif
Mnnuer-1, Murala aud Health of the Ural iuipor
lance. C'ollea-e builtlinas taiuiiuodiou. aua
w ell ruruUhed. Ko rooms lor pupils above two
rliKliI of Slaira. IxM-atiou atlrat-li. lhoe
... t. L . l . . .i I : -if taj.ltkla atlll-
in uv roniiif iiteir oiuihsh j
ratiou elM wUt-rf nuiy lw rwwivwtl lo pursue uur
IIKIirr VIUIWI Willi JrTVISSaa sswaxatxov -
rs 1 I
ACCNTS WANTED TOR THE GREAT
: oENTENNIAL HISTORY
It clN in. tcr lliuii nuy otlH-r Ici'.k rtcr .iil.ii-h
.-'1 . 4n. iiifrnt Hol.l i.l cfipien in iinv ilitv. t-mt
i t'.r "iir xtru t. ri.n to nKfiiln. Null. .mil I'uli
i linliiiiK -i., t liiiuKo, 111., St. I.i.i. M.., or
I t.lllllilMIn, I).
'''' lh lln-jfr hi iiui.l n Joti
-Hit, thiii n rli.-.i iu 1 1 in j tine turn innn-, llutl'K
If "lit," is ,i liiiiii.iur tlfM-i i.tl..ll i.f thor two
H-.-.tM-.. Ili.iiih nii-li may mul linen itlu. k
llderent M.rtl.ill i.f till- ny.tnn. flip . inw 11 ir
lit ve. iii -n ),.ii-i'in.ii.i acl'l iu IIivU.mhI. I'u
rily tlii-t l.v Hip !! ,f
T A It It .V NT'S SKl.TZKIt AI'KltlKNT.
II will ilo ito work !.ieelilv Mi. I thoroughly. It
it thf Kreat fricint ul Hie niflenT from Klieiiina-ti-in
mi l tout.
Mil. i i y AI.I. Iltl'UOITH.
A WEKK ruarantit to rnalr n.
female aireiitu in tlieir Imrulil) .
l oots nothiiiK to try it I'snii-ulai
fit. V. ij Vll,KK!tY A CO ,
C! CI frt tOfl lr.la) t li'.lln-. Palll.e wortll
Mind Rsadinir, Paycbomancy, Facina-
11 tion. Soul Cbarmlnir, Jteeniarism, met
1 Marriaaa Ouida, lioumir how riilirr m-x
1 niuy iMM ioiitp aid Kain the love uf nny .er"ii
Ihy cIioom- iimtantly . 4i .Ki:e!t. I'v inail "
i -ili. Until A Co., IV' . 7th hi. I'hila.
IAANTED.-A07 Person can uiaktt
600 a llli.lilh M 11.11 our Ultei -eo.j inf
txx.k Any ulie that hat a Inter lo write w ill
lniy it. So .ie- or water ll-e.). .-.erel UlU.
for ciretilur. KXt I I,-lnlt CO., 17 Iril.unv
i lltlil.lmifj hiraKilll.
. If yon wm.t relmlil iiiforinalion, hertH.. how
to iret a cheap Farm or l". ten, mi nt liorue
atnud Ir. i.en.1 j ..nr ail'lri-Mi lo . ,1, i.ll.
M'iKK, I. uml I oliiini-Hioiier, Ijttt reii.e Kana4
! mil I re. eie irrntu a ti.y i.f Tha Kansas V-
I tiric Uomeatead.
AC Fancy Cards with
u i-rniii. A. iUAW.Ii
iisnif, ! e. nit. i
A It)., No i Hi I hai
lt.it la-lore KoinK rlaeuliertf to ilo So, m-iiI lor
circular ol N. W. lelt-Kra.i Initlilule, Jam s
Tille, i neon sin. Heei.iu. mle.l hv Sii. of
Wn-l.-rn L'nioii 1 ele-.-i:tih i:o , at the ulj re
llal.le nehool in the He-It.
THE NEW YORK
.i.,-iir.-4 rtl.SSIONNs for Olli.-er-i an I x.hlifr,
woiiimIi .l.iiiiu r . I or ninturetl, ln.M. v. r nlinhllv i
olitaiuaau m. reu,.-of uhl rate, j cullccM arrears
of V ati l houiily, etc. So cliatyr unlen mu--ce.inlul.
l-tter-i i.r.iiii,tly anwerel hy al
ilrtts.uiK .1. II. HCIIol.L, Attorney at IjtW, .
i haiulier-i Mreel, New oik City, cine T. O
. leliiute.l for Its Pitrilr, Slrrnrthsnit Flitvni-
narra'ited to keep I'lrkl.-a. W e t'uarHnlee 11 i
ue ntir.-ly free from .v.if.Atin.- . i. or oil., r Jleu-n
i.i.iiil.ui..-.-. alili whli h Ju.1 rnHirlkadullertetl
r or le t.y all t,rot.-ra. I.hrvet Vinegar WorfcA In 1 1.4
fturltl. ftUib.KAa. t. L. TliUSHl.Sfl AIOmCuIi
Nlrerln, 4 hi.
liurlert'il hr I he
State of IIIiuoih
lor tin- exi.re-.ri
purpose n (jiniiK
i imiuetlialt! n il. I
ii all cttHt-a of private, chronic, uml unnurvtli-
Ht-anea in ull Iht-ir complicutiil forma. It in well
I known lUnt l)r. -luiiit-N Iiiih hIoihI ut the luti'l of
(he prtiftasitin for the pat J year. Ajft- ami
! (-tiH-rieiiia-arrall-iniiiortunl. NciiiIiihI Wi-itk-
iiean, iiikIiI li.Nse l.y ilieuiint. piin.ln mi the
fitce. loitt inalili.Hi.l, cuu positively U' cuiee.1
I Ijt.lie" M'uiilniK the most ilelicatu altenlion. t'jill
'or write. I'lctt-stiit home for patii-ul. A lunik
lor the million. AlurruiKe llui.le, which U-IU
you all ttUmt these iliatuaeH who ahoulil many
whv not lu tenu tu pay poalaKe- l'- J"""'
lm:Ml rooina uml parlor. You ee un one Iml
the doctor uilice houm, a in. lo 7 p.m Suii
luy, lo to U. All busiueis strictly cmllileii
i. II. OIlgllLV.
A.M. IV All.
! CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
i a., xxr. r"V..TT a oo.
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOk
Bulletin Buildinsr, Cor. Twelfth Btreat
gjxd Waabinif ton Aa-anua,
tJ-Countr aud BailioadWurs. a 6lH.-ciultT