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NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
AM TEL. J. TII.DK!,
ef New Totk.
1 MOV AH A. lir.SDRH.K1,
While lunrli in. he accomplished l.y
thee methods, it tnifctt encourage deluive
expectation If ! withhold liiretu(cnic
nionof my ronvKtion that no reform of the
civil snl:e In this caimtry be com
plete and pernunetit until iti h!cf magis
trate is coDstUutlcBaUy dUiualitied for re
election; experience Laving repeats. Ily
exposed the futility of elf-inipoed retrir
Uone by candidates r.r inciiinbco.
Through thii solemnity ocly can be be ef
fectually delivered from lit groat t temp's
tion to misuse the power and pitrmiHse
with wbieli the Exccuftve'l nec'e-;irily
charged. From Samuel J. TiM-n's letttr
The nobler motives of humanity concur
with the material Interests of nil in requir
ing that every obstacle be removed to a
complete and durablo reconciliation be
tween kindrjd populations once unnatur
ally et ranged, on the basis recognized by
the St. Louis platform, of the "constitution
of the United States, with it amendmetit
universally accepted a a final settlement
of the controversies which engendered civil
war." But, in aid of a reult so benetkient,
t be moral influence of every good citizen, as
well as every governmental authority,
ought to b exerted, not alone to maintain
their just equality before the law, but like
wise to establish a corilal fraternity and
good will among cit sens, whatever there
race or color, who are now united in the
one destiny of a common self-government.
If the luty shall be aligned to no, I ehoul 1
not ful to eierdi-e the power with which
the laws and tae co istitution of our coun
try cloth its sbicf mafi-Irate, to protect all
it citizens, whatever their f nner condi
tion, in every political and psrsonal right.
F rom Samuel J. TilUcn's letter of acccp
tance. Gt.v. Bex Harrison, the Republican
candidate for Governor of Indiana, is re
pealing from the stump, tlie statu at.d
exploded falsehood that Governor Tiidin
refuseJ to participate In a war meeting
held in New York on the outbreak of
the rebellion. This lie has been go ef
fectually nailed to the counter that it was
hoped that no man who set up any claim
to honesty, would repeat ; tut it seems
that uothing is too fale and malicious
lor the succecK of a thief on the Indiana
The Republican senate had ample
time, before Its adjournment, to res'.ore
the fraLklng privilege that ft might abtr
tbe privilege by loading down the mails
with Morton's speeche and other cam
paign documents ; but it had no time in
which to relieve the newspapers ot the
country of a burdensome advance-pay
postage. It wa-s everything for individ
ual rights and party success with those
unworthy public servants ; but nothing
for the relief of the press and the general
good ot the people.
A few days ago Judge Stone, ot the
United States district court, was takei
from a Colorado railroad train.by a gang
of masked kipnappers, and hurried off
into the mountains. The apparent ob
ject of the kidnappers was to defeat the
appointment ot a receiver for the Colora
do Central railroad. This outrage, be it
remembered, occurred In the Republican
state of Colorado. Had It taken place in
Mississippi every Republican sheet In the
country would hava been furious in iu
denunciations cf it. Occurring in the
North, among political friends, It is a
" circumstance" worthy of mention as a
news Item ; but there is no outrage" in
it nothing that is either serious or rep
Of the $4,082,500 appropriated under
the river and harbor bill, only $G.-,000 of
the sum falls to Illinois. Of the f 320,000
appropriated for the improvement of the
Mississippi river, Mi,m was set aside
lor expenditure on that portion ot the
river between the loot of Dickey's island
and the mouth of the Ohio. This last
appropriation is believed to be Included,
by the President, among thoe which he
considers as intended for local, and not
national, work. It would not, it seems
to us, be a matter of difficulty to con
vince the public that the so-called "Cairo
appropriation" is designed to meet as
imperative a want of western navigation
as nowtxUU; and that the protection the
w ork would afford to the banks of the
river urxn which our levees are built,
would be purely Incidental.
The Ix-mocratic house of Congress
yielded prompt support to the proposi
tion to raise five thousand six month
volunteers to fight the Indians; but the
Republican senate woulJVt aeouiesce
That body had a plan to add twenty-flvo
hundred men to the regular army, and
Ihey would give ear to no other proposi
tion. At the last moment, finding the
members ot the senate determined to pre.
- went no jr increase tat -our forces m the In.
d.an county, unless it came through the
adoption of their own ,,iau. th lloUBe
yielded. Th. result will be that the new
recruits will be selected with a view to
flair political training, and quartered lu
the south ; the old cavulrj nn-n w ill stay
in the mountains of the Yellowstone and
light the Indians. No other purpose wus
intended by the senate. The president
w01 $ee to it tlwt no other h accom
plished, if attempted.
I Xo Vejiukk ot congreis from Illinois
. just&a Utter wvrd than did lion. Win.
j Jlarta.lroai the lfeth district. He did
.. , vuat "j u' brilliancy
4 fcU u-atoryV or by hU iiulliical
strategy; but he won what I of greater
value, the thanks and Increased friend
ship of his direct constituents. No mem-
bcr was more constantly In lii eat ! no
member frvc closer or more t!i voteJ at
tention to the wants of his district no
incmlKT watched more violently the
course ot legislation, or toted w ith mor
rudence or discretion. Ilo did not
record a single vote of which he had oc
cnin to fW I ahnined, or one that his
ronsilments would have bin) recall.
'I'bo jx'oplc cant.ot iiflord, in the present
rmrrgcucy, to lose the services ol so able
and f;iithtiil a representative. To re
j)l.ice sucli a m;in with R.'ii I.. Wiley,
would reflect upon us absolute disgrace.
The demand of Senator Hamlin for
!HiO,000 to sustain what he is pleased to
term the "fast mail service.'' is another
of tho-e choice Republican schemes to
squander the people's money and to play
into the hands of tavorite monopolies.
The fust mail scheme Is a fraud its ben
ellts in no sense equal its cost ; and with
ample and cheap means for communicat
ing by telegraph, it is a matter ot very
little Importance to the people whether
the mails from the Kast or from the West
arrive two hours sootier or later. The
difference would not justify the expendi
ture ot ten thousand dollars a year : yet
the Republican senator from Maine nsks
for nearly a million of dollars to main
tain a single mail route. To us common
sense outiders the lliinsr has no other
seeming than that of un attempt to en
rich, at the public expense, a few "soul
DtitiM, the eleven years ot . Republi
can pvace. the sum of J I..VK), 000,000 have
been paid from the hard-earnings of the
people into the federal treasury. What
has been done with tills Inconceivably
immense sum of money ? The Republi
can papers of the country attempt to ex
plain : S500.000.000 of the amount, say
they, have been applied to the public
debt : $1,200,000. 000 have been used in the
payment of Interest, and and the bal
ance went to meet tins ordinary expenses
of the administration ! Accept this ex
planation, (which id not warranted by
ollicial reports) and we have an annual
exeiidilureof $205,555,000. The explan
ation Is i.ot less uamnning to the party
than the truth. In the one case, wate.
extravagance . and au unwarranted
squandering of the public money are ad
mitted, lu the other case a loss, by theft,
embezzlement and otherwise, of tens of
millions annually, is apparent, although
denied. Take either horn of the dilemma
it may, the' Republican party cannot es
cape. It has been extravagant, wasteful
and dishonest in the administration of our
public affairs ; and to hope for it to work
out Its own reformation is to hope for the
leopard to change Us spots.
The postal card has proved a source of
contitiual trouble and vexation, as well
to postmasters of an Inquiring turn ot
mind, as to those who have no care about
the affairs of other. In the first place.
the clerks are forbidden, under heavy
penalties, to read ttie postal card ; and
secondly, they are ordered to retain in
the office, all cards of a disreputable char
acter. Just how the clerks are toobey this
last injunction w ithout violating the first,
is not explained. Then, again, some ol
the cards bear specimens of chirography
of which Horace Greeley or Rufus Choate
would have been ashamed. To decipher
these, is a work that country postmasters
find more perplexing than all the. other
labor of their positions. The postmaster
at Unity, l'r instance, is quite aa adept
at decip) ering hieroglyphics ; but we
have heard it iutimaU d that he has been
compelled to hold a postal card hack
three full days before he could ascertain
the meaning ol Its contents. This was a
great hardship, anj is nothing less than
a trumpet-tongue demand upon congress
to enact a law to prohibit the use of pos
tal cards by parties who cannot write
plainly and legibly. Country postmas
ters have a few right;, at least ; and the
right to know what Is written on postal
cards passing through their oflicss is one
Rei'1blic. orators who address
crowds of Cairo colored people, indulge
in the most unwarranted and preposter
ous charges against the Democratic
party; and, at times, so far presume
upon the ignorance of their hearers as to
declare that, if a Democratic president is
elected, the negro element will lie de
prive J of its right to vote, and of every
other civil rigti., and be thrown back
into a slavery a hundred times worse
than that from which the rebellion liber
ated it! The man who has sense enough
to utter such a calumny, knows it is cal
umnious, utterly false, and wholly uu-
lounded. He knows that a constitu
tional ameudmeut, which neither the
president, congress or any.othqr pow er
under heaven, except that of three
lourths ot the states, can disturb, stands
In the w ay of the re-ensluvenieut of the
blacks, the payment ol the rebel debt
and the pen.ioulngof the rebel soldiers.
Republican speakers know this, yet not
more than one lu five of them, when mi.
dressing a negro audience, is honest
enough to admit it But light Is daw n
ing upon the minds of the negroes ; and
the time is not far distant, w lien the ras
cally radical who presumes to charge
upon the Democracy a Durnose to re-en.
slave the black, etc., will be hissed from
the stand, as a slanderer, a mischief-
maker, and a conscienceless humbug.
Thu Democrats of the Twelfth Missou
ri district, have nominated Hon. John
M. Mover for Congress.
Iu the KightU Illinois dUtiiet, the In
dependents have nominated 'Geo. W.
Parker, of Iroquois county, for congress!
Hon. 8um. Carey, of Oldo, candidate
lor vice-president on the Peter Cooper
inMi.muni,, greenback conven
tion at Chicago on the 2:id.
jion. smeiby m. Culiom. iu au. inter-
view with a Chicago 7W renortt-r .i-
files the rumor that he ever eon temi,li,f,i
resigning his position for governor on
th Republlasm state ticket. He proposes
to stick, , . - J.
The Independents and Democrats of
Kansas have. formed a coalition, and
nominated a full state ticket, with fair
prosjiects of stcce nt the Tfovcmbcr
The Liberal republicans of New York
met iu state convention at .Saratoga on
the 23 I, w hen the delegates from eighteen
counties were refused seats hi the conven
tion because they would not pledge
themselves to the support of. Hayes and
Wheeler. A meeting of the delegates of
these eighteen counties wa then held,
with D. D. S. ItroA-n, inenilier of the Re
publican rotate Central Committee, in the
chair, when the following resolution
was unanimously adopted i
Rtnolmh That we haye implicit confi
dence in the admirable reform policy ot
the governor of this state and have'lhe
fullest faith in his ability and statesman
ship and admire hi hot'ie-t f.ilth iu the
people; that without undertaking to
speak for the Liberal ReoultJicutv party,
we recommend all true ' Liberal of the
country to cordially support the St. Louis
nominees as the best mentis ol lifting the
country out ot the ruin wlibdi threat
vuincy JhralJ: "The Republicans in
the Springfield district .are making des
perate efforts to advance the fortunes of
D. L. Rhillips, the Candida to they have
presented against Mr. Springer. Rhillip
is a barnacle of the first water, has lived
a Ion? lite on official pap and plunder,
ha no earthly qualifications con
gress. Is notoriously connected w ith the
Republican Ting' with headquarters at
Springfield, and is not entitled to the
vote ot any honest man. Hu is one of the
old political rips, whose hankering al'.i f
office led him into the Grcely movement
four years ago, and who, discovering
that the spoils were to belong to the Re
publican party' for four years longer,
made hot haste to crawl back into, its
folds. Phillip lias no principle, but is
always on the scent of plunder. It would
be a severe reflection on the people of the
capital district if such a character should
come anywheres near defeating a man
of the capacity an 1 standing of Win. M.
THE LATE SPEAKER.
Ill Remain I.jina? in stnir nl II
Former Home I obMiu- To
ln Prfwenre nt llii iiitcit-liel .Men
Nkw Albany, Ind.. Aug. 24 From an
early hour tlii- morning utit-d 5 o'clock
iu the afternoon a constant stream ct
people was passing through the corridor
ot the court hou-e, where the remains ot
the late spvaker Kerr were lying in state.
From the eyes ot many of the visitors
silent tears stole gently down the cheek
a they gazed upon the wasted form ol
the dead statesman, a man whom they
had learned to love aiul hoiior with an
ardent devotednes, and whose vir
tues were recoguized by all. Choice
ilowers were strewn in profusion around
the coffin and upon the catatalque. A
magnificent wreath of imtuortle. and a
wreath prepared by the hands of Mrs. W.
S. Culberson are among the lWald'-cora-tiens.
Tht fa'-e ot the remains bears
evidence of the intense suffering through
w hich Mr. Kerr passed during his illne--.
and up to the hour of his death. Were
it not tor the familiar apjearaiice ot the
forehead, and the knowledge that it was
his body, but few ot his friends would
recoguie the remains.
At about 1:30 o'clock to-night the
casket was closed, placed in a hearse and
taken to ttie family residence under the
ecort of the committees from the var
ious civic societies ot the eitv. A detail
of the Masons and Odd-Fellow-, of both
of which organization Mr. Kerr was
an honored member, form a guard ot"
honor to the remains, and will wateh over
them until the hour ot tie: funeral.
The funeral to-morrow will be. one of
the largest ever known in this section of
the country. F.very society with several
others from the surrounding cities, w ill
be in the procession, which will move
from the family residenci at 4 o'clock.
Vice-President Ferry, who ac
companied the remains from
Washington, fears that he w ill be unable
to remain and attend the funeral, as he is
necessarily counselled to be in Michigan
on Saturday. He is the guet of Mr. W.
S. Culberson, and many of the citizens
have called upon him to pay their re
spects. Senator Mclionald is also in the
city and will remain until after the fun
eral of Mr. Kerr. Gov. Hendricks, the
state otliccrs and a large number of citi
zens from the various parts of the state,
will be here to-night, remaining until the
The city hall, court house, and a num
ber of private residences are draped In
morning, and at ! o'clock to-morrow all
the business houses In the city w ill bo
closed and remain so until after the pro
ces lion passes out to the cemetery,
'lh.tw Uimrtt-r f Hi Peunum lr-
WaSIMV;10 All. '11 T1. u,.fr..tr
oft he interior bad leased from ex-(ji..y.
nepneru um upper portion of the new
re-proof building ou IVnn.-ylvania avt
ue and Twelfth tntti fnr th.
-. . . , v, MV ,11
the pension office and bureau of eduea-
tittn nt un unnnul v..n,..l . . 2 1. itdUt
legislative appropriation bill gives ill
000 for this purpose. Shepherd will heat
the building, hence the increase of rental
over me appropriation.
A L'eneral order from tin- ur .1..,
meut directs Col. Augur, on assuming
command of the Department of the South
ju or aooui -seprp tuner I, to transfer the
headquarters Of the department to At-
tjtMjrjria. ma comparing ot tin
Second Inf'iirit rv nnw In thn 1i.T'.rriii..
j ... WSSUil,
of the gulf will he transferred to the d.-
imriuieiii 01 me rviutfi, and headquarters
and companies of the Sixteenth infantry,
now iu that department, will be trans
ferred to the department of the gulf.
Prlrr Cooler l.arljr liny.
(rr.ini the Stvr York riu-i )
Cooik-t ever since he came to ilu? city,
j--i-;uuiiy coguizHUi ot ttie biisi
uess reverses ami Miicei-.w.j .t n,.. 1. m .
tlou candidate lor the presidency, said a
A great many people, seem to think
that I eter Cooper was always Ui:celul,
and that everything he ever attempted
turned out profitable. This is not so.
I ttcr Cooper hud a hard row to hoc w hen
he first caiuo to iiew York. I knew him
when he lirst came here from the coun
try. A tail, raw-boued young man, with
Qiotk-lilea. He was full of rh.-m,
however, and some led to di;,i.polut
inrnt, others to prosperity.
Ue surted a grocery aout where tlie
Cooper Institute stands now, with all
kinds of truck in front and a nent little
sainple-room inthe rear. All groceries
, sold whisky in those days, and nothing
was thought of It. His wife tended the
afore, dressed In a homespun petticoat,
with a white cotton short gown. The
concern ' was very pow.lar, and Peter
made considerable money. Then one of
bis brilliant progressive ideas took pos
session of him. and he w ent to work w ith
a will fo execute It.
His scheme was to provide, rapid tran
sit tront the foot of Ortlcy street (Fast
F.ighth street how) to a point where
Bcllcvtie ' hospital stun Is nt present.
There is n clear stretch of water from one
point to the other, and Peter thought a
a terry-boat run by an endless chain
would bo very profitable. He bought n
great ferry-boat, purchased an enormous
chain, about two mile in length and
started busines. At lir-t the concern
was .1 great novelty, and was well pat
ronized. But by-nnil-bv accidents hap
pened, by which the tanners and peo
ple ulng flip ferry-boat were detained in
the river. Tlipi trati" grew Ittrhter, and
one line morning the sheriff pounced
down npon .'allot Peter Cooper's pos
sessions. The next dav h took a walk curly in
the morning out ol town, up where" the
Murrnv Hill resiliences now stand. In
the midst of a pasture stood an old pow
der hoiHe. once ued for the storage of
ammunition during the revolution, lie
thought what a tine building it would
bo to occupy for the manufacture of glue,
lie went home, consulted his wile, got
his breakfast, and. callinff upon some ot
his friend, obtained the requisite means.
In that place the foundation for his for
tune was laid, and when the growth of
the metropolis obliged hitn to abandon
the bulldinirnsa glue factory he was a
very wealthy man.
SIXTIT STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures his own Hons Shoes and
can Assure Good Work.
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
PEYTON A CANNEL
Orders for Coal by the car-load
i,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
aromptlv attended to.
J&rTo large consumers and all
nanufacturers. we are creoared
:o supply any quantity, by the
oaonin or year, at uniform rates.
CAIK0 CUT COAX COMPANY.
Ef"HulH'!y Bro ' oflif, No 7 Ohio Ltvfe.
Ix-lUUiduy 's Uiirt Ooat .
r""At K(ry.tin Mill.-, nr
t'j'M thv lxl Jjiuiip, font af'f uutT-fciirkth
FAl.NT AMI Oil.,.
Blake c& Go.
13. F,. PARKER,
!)-!. r- In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Alway on hnd, tlie clbrul illiuuinatiDK
Corner Elsysnth Street and Washing
3 AFFORD, M0BRI8
73 OHIO UEVEE.
City KsUosal Bank SuUdlng, np-sUirs.
The Oldest EaUbliehed As-enoy in Bout
f unois, repreeenunir otav
t65 OOP OOP
nigVtand Park, IU. ' .
A ollv-mt, HHd PreiMtrsiwrjr Inell.
iutibu lur s.Haie,
Knll rhliin hrPiM Stlrlnlier lh, l-M.
l4uriol asu.ty llt..rwua-h ami exlrmlnl. Harts
.-ililii-a lor Slu,ic, lniwiuif and laintUi
Maunrrw, Sliiral. nd liraitb if Ou- llr.,1 iiuiur
If; "yr$ ullitii.r onminodiou,,, aud
.r , ,rurili''l',, Ktf ruom, lor pil. abjve I wu
nutiita t.f u,r4 Htion aitr.ctlvr Those
no have cum), irtfii u.nr ordiuary arboiatju
oaiiootlMfaburinuy rrrtiv,d lo liiimur our
'l .T,.C;.,ur'., ,,u l'al advamoe. r.U
W AUU V. Wtsio.N. 1'HHID.ST.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
" IV ItAM.ffiAY. I'resi.lMit.
flKNKV I, IIAI.I.lllA V, VUrrel.
A B SAFKDUI), L'sahlpf,
WAI.lk.lt HYtLJl. AM lCiuhler
P. S3TAAT TAVtCR, tl. ff. CCNsl!4HAM,
H I.. Hali.idat, V I. Haliidav,
(I, l. Wll.LIAM-os). RTPni! ItlHp,
A . tl. SArroiin,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
U'0.IT iweivnl and a gi ni-ral Jhanklns
f llrow, rrritvnt. H. Writs, Caohlrr.
I'. .Ncir. Wv fn-s't. T. Kcrth, Al. ash'r
Comer Commerolal Ave end 8th Street
's. I iro. AViu. KluiM!. I aim.
Nll, I 'aim. Win Woli'p. ( aim.
. Sii-anka, Culro. K t.. HIUinHlev, t Imis.
I;.r, in.i. It. Wrlle, lair.'j.
'. M. I'.rii.kman. t. liuiit,
I. Y. Irrnvm, l ulrlinia
. Ueneml Himkiuir f.utlu llonr.
K3Ex'lianire sold mid ln.UKlit Inlenul i.akl
n iliv -!viiitrs Df.artmont. ( 'nllrrtluua nimlf,
nJ all b'nia es .nnuitly Httrml.il to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIBO
A fl SAKHjKI, fmtiilfnt
S T.WI.'Ht, icv t'reaidrnt
W. ffY!sLJl, frc'y and Trurrt.
P.'.V. TtABtLAT, ( HA ';jt.l..lllll,
V. M . MIX HrLETM, I'Al'tG. llfH,
It. If . CtX!!MIIAM, li t. llALLlUAV,
J. :l 1'uu.Lir.
INTKItEST j.aid on dujiosit ol tbe rntr ol ix
icrnt rr annum. Man-h lt ami Sf,trm
T 1st. Intrrwtt Dot withdrawn is eldd lliunr
fialrly t the prtiieiial of thr deposits, tturrrojr
ivin them comuoiiuif iuti rrat
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Oiien rvery buhinrday rrornte 111. U 3 p.m.
1 1 aturlay evening for mviuk drposlt onlr
roiu S to B o'clock
W. HT8LOP. Treasurer.
i.Ktt ok di:ai.i:kh.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and lirtail Dralrrs in
Foreign and Domestic
WI.M; OF ALT, IiIMM,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSXits . SMYTH A CO hTe coitsUntlv
a larpe fctock ol Uir butt K(X in lot- mar
ket, and (rive rsprcial attention tolhr tlioleal
ranch ot the butinea .
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washing-ton ind Commercial
venues, adjoinlns Hjuany'a.
Kf.KI'S for snle toe butt Beef, I'erk , Mutton
Veel, Lamb, tsauaoire, . and Is pre
prd u ervr lamilira in an aocentablc nn" 11-r
VISSC1TEII & IIALL'S
ffarrauled f-qual to any Folatb Iu the
market, and tnr eiiprrlor ta -rrnlrntrd
I.yr for all pa'rpoare.
for ablth it ia need.
1'ut up in on pound metal cam, nouvi-nUnl
for Use in t'arudic for makiOK luird and Mult
suupi, and for cleaning purpose generally. Ii
m iiiim lor uuiking uuuji, etc., sccompuning
eai h can.
t- or cleaning type, pif stcs, mucjiinery, iwiaU,
ofteniiij? walrr, wahlii(f aiok and Imit tret-
in tli oprlng, it in unequal"! for rxoelleore and
convwiirow ut pHt-kaKf. for sale by Oroctm
and Druggists cxt-ry wberv.
Tlaarher fc Hall's laaeetlelde aud
niaiulf-lant Powder ia invahutble for tlie
doalrui tionol tbr iotatnbiiK. -ttin H oiin,(.'nis.
boper, mice, rata, roaHiea, inet-iH, and ver
min of all kiuda. ft Is liarmlens lo nieu aud
aniiiiHlK, and far t braiwr tbun 1'ariit green lor
the diminu tion of vermin. It is aim, invaluu
bl aaa t'laealeLtant, purifying tbe air iu bonpi
tuUitud nick room, aud ditroyiiiK tbe odura of
biuka, I'lvlur slublei,, etc. I'utup in one pound
can. Kor tule by ItukrihIh and dioccri
everywbere VlbsCUKU A UALf., .
Manuru;turera, Mi Wail tot.. New iork.
To whom PensioD8 are
aTrXAJaPlSABLt-D white in tbe line
aad diacnarge ot duly, either by aneldmt o
otherwlao, sbould bavo 81 persloa. Tbe loes e
S ftnger entitles you to a penaion. A ra4tO
no matSar now alfcbt, (ires you a pension
i ae nee 01 a me aires yon a peaaioa.
Tae loss of sa ere a-i
riv roa a t
Any injury will rli
r Injury will r're you a penalOB. .
ar now drawing a peatton, are Jnsti y ecu
.antOlINTYil loroopy of Pension aud Bounty Acts.
duoa,p, H. FITZCKRALDs
failed State Claim Aaent iMDlsssrous. !
vo ail leners pxara s. w. m mum
'Im Mai la hl r.DOT too tw Ihla a.-nlarawit.
ILLS. NORMAL UNIVERSITY
Normal, HrlMS, Co., Ills..
Kor tbe preparation of teachers. Kxcluiiivrly
Profntaiuiial iatrai'tioa.tbr-tliusa who are yr
piied I .r li- Juitiou free. Neit leriu la-Kins
nepu iulier 4th, IM7S. 8urior oroilemic Inatruc
tmu at low rales, lu tae iludrl deoartiurnt.
Adapted to any arrade, from the yObnget pupils
lo tboae nttiuK tor tbe brat colleges, bend for
catalogue, or ad. Ires,
HWfS C IfEWETT. Pmt't.
Aug. 4-dswliu orrl.al, IU.
St. Oharles Hotel,
nix 1:1m :o :;it the t:es
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board. 3d Floor?. OO Per Day
Special Rates by Week or Month.
A limited nuralx-r of very deMreble family
r.uis ran be evured at rvuaonal'le rates lor tbt
.-umim r wnailii- - . "
Tne l. tnurlet is tbr larrstsmlbrt :ipMiiit
rdllouar In Snutoern Illinois, and la ib- iw!nm
botel in 4 aim. Notwlilulaudiiir tbe "1'h'I
KK-k ' mlucliuii iu prii-es, tbe luble Will, us
iisii:iI,Im- lilierally ni..liiit wnb-lhever) bsf
ot rver thing tint can be touiid 111 mark' I .
t iue lnr'f safiiilc nxims for ruiiiiin ri ial tmv -ei-r.
on Krouud ttoor, frwof cbarg-
t-All iftV':iip-ol riMstaeHv U tvandlroiu
theb 'til MTItbuUt eliarie
.1 1 VV IT V'U. X VD . .
t-la-ti - frrHi tor-
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 19th St. and Oommtrolal A
C. O. PATTER & CO
STO ATT0N & BIRD,
AOENTS AMERICAN POWDER 00
57 Ohio Levee.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds (bard and soft,) "
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &c
, ' ' ' v : !
. . BC1U tt Yard, . , 4
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
O. D WILLIAMSON, , .
And lealrr in
BOAT STORES, '
gl-KCIAL attantioi fiven toconsimiitimu an I
h'o WObio Levee.
T 6 if.
rnmmiinn Merchant A GREAT DISCOVERY!
. -,-,, . J 1 their T.luen that brliliait polish iieruliarvo 41.it
Ifo. 16 OHIO LEVEE. laundry work. Saving timeand labor 10 irom
; - f , injj more than iUeuH".-,0,t. Nvarrautsd.
SKW AUfKMTlHCJICHTS). .
tn otpnlefof (iinnrr often drranrwt
' tbr ( m bria;a mi flatu en and wind railic,
.and anblet la tlie pidieiii to unnl Utiiy -ufli r
t la. A fiuirle dae e
Tarrant's Selttsr Aptrsat
will eorrei t tlir a. i'l;ty, rl:ee thr pain, rarrt
ofl tbe ottendin ru. ni'l Kunn'tiinee e
u long -ie 1 nT 1 1 1 . ll efli-i-H are Ki ntieaaxl
thorough, and it k''iio1 u woiud prmnat
mix h autfering .
UUI ttt ALf. rRI (,4jl-l. '
A day kt bia- e, Agi-ntH Want - Outfit
itn I li-rius free Till K A , AuKUsta,
If you wantrvlmblt infurtnatiun, whrreami how
to Vet a liii Farm or Kovernmul Home
atea4 tr rend nur addresa to h. J, ll.
M'i:K, I ami ( omiiii-aioner. Iwrenr Kanf.ia
and receive erutu a copy ol The Kansaa S'a
wrrk to i'nl. Samole frer.
P. H VH.Kk.KV, Augnalo. Maine.
. trairl f.ir Ita Parltr, ftrrBjrth and Flarnr
; irranira to Krrp I'lrkli-a. m (.ware aire It tt
u.-i!.t!r!v frer fri.m Suiphnrlr rforotlirrrtrlrtrri
mijuiarirr. rth m lilch Mnt I ifjfjr l.a.lullrratrd
t ir aalr t.jr ail l.rocera. Ls-1 Vlnenr Workaln tlu
aor.J. lsia. il. U. I'liLSSINU ACOHCnicasv
pC(TC"r larife lifr-like strel rrgraring
nubii 1 wtiii tj,
ie I'n-sulriitial I audiila'ea sell
Vr,.i.llv ,.i..lf..t,in..,l.. v v 1. ..
N.V. no aufgranng o I. Wall t., inn
tl tr COn per day at homr. Sample wortb
- OKEnrs Fine raln-l Canla with nam. I" els.,
Jiot paid. Li. Jexsaat To , Naoafi, . 1.
in HrllKlone aad A(Tirultaral Week
Ilea ilalf-prlee. Send for (. aUkvu on tbe
1 l.i-t I'lan. for intoriuatiim, addrves,
GEO P. ROW ELL CO.. 41 Park Bow,
01. famed in the Called
Mute, Canada, and hu
rope i terms as lew a
those of any other relia
ble boue. ConTi,n
lence lowed in Umi Kns-
liah and forriinr antfiuuf', wito taventori, Al
tumeysat lw, and other Molbditors, mperiall
w th fboe wbo bare had Iheir raae rejected in
tbr hand 01 other attorneys. In rejected roae
our fee are reaaonable, and no cbarr n mode
tnilcavi we ure tiicrrsrfuL . . . -
if yoa wont a pat
unt,tend u a mode 1
ur aketrth and a
full dcecripUun ot
(v o u r invention.
U'a will ni.k. u m
examination at thr patent o 111 re, and II we think
it patentable, will send yo'l paper and ad vine,
and pniseeutr ymir case. Oiir lee will la) ia or
I nu or written in tuannr
iaim w .iirafh
I'atent La and
lion M It. 1 An
tra. kx.lVnuniaalontr oriWnta.
Cleveland, Ohio 1 U. II. Kelley, Km., Pec'T
National liransT' Louisville, Ky i Coimnwlor
Uan'l Ammen, L'. 8. S., WorfdnRton, 1. O.
(.Jsej)d biamp for our 'Guide for obtain
Ing I'aUaiU,' a hook of 4iMj.'ea
Addresa : l.ouiw IlitKuer etc Co., Solid
tor nt I'atenu, WaDbins'tou, I'. C.
. gol4 By DrnggUts and Groctrs Ererywhert
Ae-K KOU POBIUN'S'.
DOBBINS, BEOS. A CO., 13 N. attSt,
Enltxb Uruel. Three l'ly and Inirraio,
alo, hi .ir t'arprt-.Vtlvet Ifuifs, t'riiui'i
1 ciotbH, Oil t'lotbs, ee., very cheap. ;
, ! t .affile Old Plaic
113 PULTON ST.. NEW YORK.
j Carpets carefully parked an1 sent to any
part of tbe United states free of charge.
I ffl-SENDirOR PRICE LIST.-
7-4-17. J. A. BENDALL.
1 . t ..
gj ' (HOW DA SHINE)