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NATIORAL DEC3CRATIC TICKET
ARVU J. TILDE,
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THOVtl A. HMBRIHtl,
While much may be accomplished by
these method, it might encourage delusive
rpecUtioni If I withhold here the rxptes
ioB of my conviction that no reform of the
civil ssrv(;e lo thU country will lit com
plete and permanent until Us chief magis
trate U constitutionally disqualified lor re
election ; experience having repeatedly
exposed the futility of self-imposed rectric
tions by candidate! or incumbent.
Throrvh thin solemnity only can he be ef
fectually delivered from hti greatest tempi
tion to misuse the power and patronage
with wbica the Executive it necenarily
charged. From Samuel J. TUdtn's letter
The eobitr motive of humanity concur
wllh the material interests of all in requir
tag that every obstacle be removed to i
complete and durable reconciliation be-
tween klndrjd populatloni once ttnnatur
ally eitranged.on the basis recognied by
the St. Lout platform, of the "constitution
f the United States, with its amendment
universally accepted an a final settlement
of the controversies which engendered civil
war." But, la aid of a result eo beneficient,
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
wise to establish a corllal fraternity and
good will among citizens, whatever there
race or color, wheare sow united in the
one destiny of a common self-government.
It the duty shall be assigned to me, I should
ot fail to exercise the powers with which
the laws and the coastitution of our coun
try clothe ita chief magistrate, to protect all
its citizens, whatever their former condi
tion, la every political and personal right
from Samuel J. Tlldcn's letter of accep-
Bur?n was $142; under Buchannn It
wu $1 80 ; and under no Democratic ad
ministration since the formation of tli
government, have the ordinary expend
itures exceeded $210 per head.
et under Grant, tliew expenditures, on
Kpulat!ou of 38.500.000 souls-
amount to the enormous sum or $4,27
per head, or more than twice the amount
expended by the most extravagant of
his Democratic predecessors. There is and
can be no explanation of these figures
that will relieve the Grant admlnlstia-
Uon of the charge of the most damning
profliracy and extravagance. The fig
ures do not Include one cent of payments
on account ot the public debt ; but em
brace only and simply, the ordinary out
lays of the administration. We arc dis
posed to urge, therefore, a very general
circulation ol Mr. Consul's document.
An Intelligent study of its figures will
disclose, In a form more forcible than
words can paint, the necessity for re
form In the administration of the general
government. It Is a trumpet-tongued
demand for a change of rulers.
Gekksal Kilpatrick appeals to the Na
tional Republican committee for money
wherewith to buy over the Indiana In
dependent! to the support of the Repub
lican ticket Unless they arc "influ
enced," he says, "General Harrison will
be defeated, and the slate will go Demo
cratic In November.
Since the death of Speaker Kerr the
name of Col. Win. R. Morrison has been
prominently spoken of in connection
with the vacant chair. Mr. Morrison Is
one of the clearest-headed, and most in
dustrious members of the Forty-fourth
congress, and the counting of the elec
torial vote may give rise to a necessity
for precisely such a man.
A colored individual named S. V
Casey, left Springfield on Weduesday, for
the avowed purpose of stamping Sontn
ern Illinois in the interest of the Republi
can party. It has only been a short time,
ays the State fop is tcr, since the family of
this selt-sacrificlng Republican cam
paign speaker, were furnished bread at
the expense of Sangamon county.
One of the most stupendously absurd
charges yet preferred against Gov. TU
den is, that, as a member ot the New
York Democratic State Central commit
mittee, he might have prevented
the thefts committed by the of
ficials of the city of New York! With
equal Justice could it be asserted that
Rutherford B. Hayes, as governor of
Ohio, is personally responsible for the
villainies of McKce, McDonald and
The editor ot the Chicago Inter-Ocean
with an assurance characteristic of the
Republican organs of the day, declares
that the investigation into the conduct
of Robeson, was prosecuted with closed
aoors. ow no fact of equal conse
quence is more notorious than the fact that
t Lie aoors oi me committee room were
thrown wide open, and the testimony as
taken, was published in all the leading
papers In the country in the Inter-Ocean
among the rest.
The wholly unauthorized and foolish
report that, because ol a recent decision
of the Alexander circuit court, the Illi
nois Central railroad company threatens
to fix ita Southern terminus at Mound
City, has found its way into nearly every
newspaper ot the country. The Illinois
Central railroad company accepted its
lands from the state under the express
stipulation that the Southern terminus
should be fixed at Cairo and the road
should be perpetually maintained and op
erated to that point. When the company
is willing t abide the consequences of a
violation of such an agreement it will
take Its railroad out of Cairo, and not
The head clerks In the several depart
ments are engaged, just now, in the con
genial work ot furnishing statistical casn-
palgn documents according to the awsav
ing needs of the party.
Quite recently one Mr. Conant, assist
ant secretary of treasury, has undertaken
the impossible task of proving hat the
Great administration is not the most ex
pensive and profigite sluce the time of
Washington. According to Mr. Co
nant's showing, Mr. Grant's administra
tion is not only singularly pure, but
wonderfully cheap and economical. Jie
contrasts Grant's administration with
that of Martin Van Buren, and while be
claims that the most dishonest adminis
tration was that of Van Buren, he provti
that it VM UtfiMxl aast economical one
. toe country ever had.
It is only aecussary to reproduce a few
-ot Mr. Co cant's figures to assure Uie
Say J Hpia of the country that they
krr hid eapugl of SepabhcM rale.
irtpnttiw, per capita, under Vsa
Of seventeen German papers in Iowa,
thirteen support Tilden and Hendricks.
Gov. Bcveridgc is canvassing in South
The New Orleans IKcayune says that
there are seven hundred colored men en
rolled under the Conservative banner in
Bets In New York arc $100 to $50 that
Tilden will carry the state, and Demo
crats find few takers at these odds.
At a meeting of Cubans held in the
office of El Tribuno Cubano, New lork,
it was resolved to join and give help to
the Democratic ticket.
" Organization and victory," says the
Albany Argus, will henceforth be the
watchword of the camDaign. then look
out for reform sweeping reform."
Colfax, Ortb, Delano, and a number of
others of the " escaped'' are announced
to speak during the campaign. This
will give them a fine opportunity to ease
their consciences by confessing all they
The Mobile Register believes that the
nomination of Wade Hampton for Gov
ernor was an injudicious act on the part
of the South Carolina Democracy, and
calculated to destroy what chances of
From information received by us In
the iast few days, it is apparent that the
rank and tile of the Republican pa rty in
this district are by no means enthusiastic
for Col. Ben. L. Wiley for congress.
Wiley will be fearfully scratched on elec
The Batesville (Kiss.) Blade says that
B. K. Bruce, colored Republican sen
ator from Mississippi, predicts that the
Democrats will certainly carry that state
and Louisiana, and he thinks it a fortu
nate thing for the negroes, as by only
such can they rid themselves of the carpet-baggers,
who are eating up the sub
stance of the land.
Ex-Secretary Gideon Wells is a Tilden
man. He thinks the governor's letter
"is the product of an able mind a states
man and a politician, who will give us
an energetic and capable administration."
He sees little doubt of Tilden's election,
thinks Boutwcll's recommendations
about Mississippi "monstrous" lies, but
trusts "we shall be able to overrun Bout-
well, the devil and all their works."
it is probable enough," thinks the
Buffalo Courier, "that the course ot the
administration will lose Hayes more
electoral votes in the North than can
possibly be secured through fraud and
intimidation in the South. But as long
as this is not certain and it is not obvious
that the candidate's game is desperate,
he is not likely to make a bold declara
tion. Gov. Hayes will no more repudiate
Grant than the latter was repudiated by
Gov. Dix in this state two years ago un
til it was to late to be of any use to him."
Mobile Register: Ail that Mr. Grant
and his troops can do is to await a call
tor troops by some Governor of a state to
put down domestic violence. It is only
lately we saw such requisitions refused
in the case of a call from Ames, in Mis
sissippi, from Kellogg, in Louisiana, and
from Chamberlain, in South Carolina. It
is not likely that Gen. Sherman or, in
deed, even Grant, will stultity themselves
by magnifying a street fight into a civil
war. How, then, are the troops to act?
There is but one method to arrest upon
bland warrants, to transport prisoners to
distant Jails, and to hold them without
trial until after the election and then en
ter a nolle prosequi. We warn the roar
shells, however, that if that game Is
again practiced the hour of retribution
against them will surely come.
Viuceunes Sun : Senator Morton in
his speeches, several times has called the
Democrats Modocs. A Democratic ora
tor a few days since retorted, by calling
Morton the Sitting Bull. The name is
appropriate and suggestive. Sitting Bull
Morton Is good.
Gen. Kllpatrlck admits that lie wrote
that letter to Gov. Hayes. It is a fair
specimen of the manner in which the
Radicals expect to carry the elections
this fall. We publish the letter in another
menu ot Infantry (two of the latter being
colored), aggregating 3,300 men. The
garrisons In the reconstructed states have
not been disturbed In consequence ot the
war against the Sioux. They remain at
the strength above stated. On the Pa
cific coast there are one regiment and
two troops of cavalry, eight companies
of artillery and two rcgituint cJ In
fantry, and In Arizona the 6th cavalry
and 8lh inlantry. It may be stated that
the presence of a considerable military
force Is necessary In Texas to protect the
people against the Mexicans and Indian
marauders; and there Is, also a necessity
for occupying at all times several torts
and posts in the states and territories
bordering on the Facinc. The total
number of men In the organization of
the army, Including staff corps
of engineers, ordinance department,
military academy, men not attached to
regiment, hospital stewards, etc., is
about 2S.2O0; buttheorganlr.aUon.br
regiments and companies. Is only 22,000.
Uen. sshcrldan, alter tue greatest exer
tions, has been able, according to his
own statement, to give Terry and Crook
3,500 men, which Gen. Sherman thinks
are quite as many as can be maintaiueu
on the Big Horn."
Comorehending the value of the fig
ures just mentioned, an estimate can be
formed of the available force of the army
not now engaged In subduing tlie sav
ages on the Western frontier," "for pro
tecting all citizens, without distinction
ot race, color or political opinion, in the
exercise of the right to vote.
1 he appended exhibit explains itself:
Htrsmrth nf the remilar arm v. S'l.uon
Stationed In reconstructed states.. .S.fc'O
Stationed in Texas 8. n
Stationed in Pacific states t,
fit.tinnMl In Aricnfi 1 J 1
Operating airainst fioux. ....;t,MiO
I'istrfbuted in other localities 11,"0
Gen. Sherman has, it appears a con
siderable force to draw unon in the event
or it being deemed proper to increase the
southern garrisons for keeping troops in
Georgia, Kentucky, Virginia, Arkansas,
or even Alabama. These states are cer
tain tor the Democracy : but Louisiana,
Mississippi. Florida, and South Carolina
are to receive sneclal attention. Indeed
Gen. Sherman has already commenced
to remove soldiers from Geoigia into
South Carolina. On the 17th inst. (two
davs after the issue of the order to dis
tribute and station troops) a company of
the 18th infantry was transferred by his
direction from Atlanta. Ga., to Edge
field, S. C. The interesting matter is
that with over 10,000 men not engaged in
serious military work it has been found
necessary to increase the army, and.
still further, that it is within the power
of the ecneral-in-chlef to concentrate
within the boundaries ot four or five
stales of the union, prior to an impor
tant election, from 7,000 to 8,000 regular
trooDB for the avowed purpose of med
dlinir with the people in the exercise of
their right or voting.
KILPATRICK TO HAYES.
resisted, and w ithout hesitation sacrificed
the locks so dear to ber sex, and, dis
guised In male attire, was one of the first
to enroll herself as a volunteer unuer me
name of ,locph lMichemin, which
was also that or her grandfa
ther. Of iron constitution and
the build' ot a grenadier, measuring
nearly thirty-fix inches across the shoul
ders, she had little dilllculty in conceal
ing her sex, although she was wounded
at the siege of Toulon. Two months
afterward when fighting In the war ot
l-a endce.she was engaged in tnc Dat
tlo of Cbollet. Here she received two
severe wounds, but in spite of the loss ot
blood her courage sustained her uutil the
close ot the day, when she tired the very
last shot an then tell exhausted. J lien
only on dressing her wounds was It dis
covered by the surgeons mat corporal
Duchemln (for she had gained her stipes)
was a woman. Me m-came at once me
hero, or rather heroine of the day, and
was personally complimented by the
general, who asked permission trom the
war minister to keep her name on the
muster-roll of the regiment, and Marte
remained inscribed us a corporal In the
Fortv-second toot. Me altcrwurds
tought at 1-odt. Areola, and Rivoli,
where she captured a flag ; at
the Pyramids, Mont Thabor,
Abouklr. and other engagements.
She was then taken prisoner by the Kn-
fllsn and sent to the nuiks oi t'lyniotun.
ut manaircd to escaite with three of her
comrades by killing the sentinal on duty
and got safely back to raris. t ive uays
afterward she rejoined iter regiment, ana
made her last campaign, tor she lost her
rlirht letr by a cannon ball ut Marengo.
She was then admitted as a pensioner
into the Invalid, and it was a proud
day for herself and son when they went
together in 1807 to tho palace of the Le
gion of Honor to receive each the St. Hel
ena mcdaL Gen. Serrurklr, governor ol
Invalided, applied for the cross of the
Legion of Honor for her, but before the
authorities had decided on such an awtul
departure from precedents to confer this
distinction on a woman, snc uieci in isoz.
In relating this extraordinary career the
the old commandent used to say : "She
was only a woman, but (with a forcible
but untranslated French expletive) w hat
a soldier I"
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DEPOSITS received and a general utklng
Self, Vie l'res't.
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I. Y . I It-niton, t'alHnnia.
Ue-Me-rnl Bunking Bnnlneaa Hone.
tJ'Exchang-e sold and bonitht. Intercut paid
a I Fie Saviuars Deiuu-tnieat. t ollrrtioua nuule.
ad all bmin ess immillv attended to.
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St. Oharlcs Hotel,
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A Bloodv Shirt Campaign with
Money," and the Republi
cans are Safe.
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
atanufacturaa bis own Horao Shoea and
c&n Assure oood work.
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W. HYSI.OP, Sec'y and Treasurer.
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F. M. bTocarLBTR, PaclO. 8chuu,
it. Ii. ClKHlXOUAM. II. 1.. UAJJ.1DAT,
J. M. PUILLir.
A rinnell Catmpaig-n and nm M
ey , M bmI tnrj Defeats
- Coal Coal
The IndiauaDolis. Indiana, Sentinel ot
August 23d, contained the following
"RELIABLK INFORMATION THAT GI.S.
KILPATRICK COMMUNICATES TO GOV.
HAYES A TOUR OF SIX COL.NTIKS PILLS
KILPATRICK WITH FEARFUL APPREHKX
SIOSS OF HARRISON'S DEFEAT THE
'BLOODY SHIRT' WAILS FOR AID FROM
THE NATIONAL CORRUPTION FUND THE
INDEPENDENTS TO BE BOUGHT WITH
MONET WITHOUT GREASE AN ARISTO
CHAT WILL BE DEFEATED FOR GOVER
NORA HAD BUT INTERESTING LETTER,
On vpstprdH.v. Gen. K II Da trick, at nres
ent itineration the state in the carmine
Interest of Morton, Harrison & Co., leu
In the reading room of the Grand Hotel
a letter addressed to Gov. Hayes of Ohio,
in which hil Patrick furnisnes got.
Hayes with what he terms
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
INTEREST uaid on deposits at the rate ol
A. percent per annum, March 1 at and Hapten?-
er 1st. Interest not withdrawn is aimed iiuine
lialelr to the urincinal of the deposits, thereby
riving inem eomuouna interest.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit aaoney ana no one
else can draw it.
Onen everr business dav from 9a lu. to S c m.
ai baturdar evenings for savings deposits only
rom e to 8 o ciora.
w. HTSbor. Traarer
of the can-
formation" of the condition
vusr in this state.
We below srive our readers the text of
Gen. Kllpatrick's mourntul story, adding
that its genuineness is inconiesuoie, anu
it will bo in vain that tlte Republican
press may seek to deny it.
READ AND REFLECT.
Grand Ifona, Indianapolis,!
August , (
Dear Sir I have now finished a tour
ot six counties in Indiana, and feeling
that any reliable information from.this
state will interest you, 1 write :
In the first place, the canvass Is well
conducted, the people are enthusiastic
and determined; and the old warspirit
thoroughly aroused, and it It were not
for one thing we could re6t certain of
victory In October, inere is an inae
pendant party in this state, confined, it
is true to a few counties. Lut formidable.
and it will defeat Gen. Harrison.
There is but one way to overcome this
movement. The leaders or the lnue
pendents are poor, needy and In debt.
They must be lectured to, documents be
placed in their hands that they may be
convinced of their folly.
A BL00DY-8HIRT CAMPAIGN WITH
MONEY, AND INDIANA 18 SAFE 1 A IXA.N-
CIAL CAMPAIGN AND NO MOM. T AND W E
The national committer has done notfr
lnsr for Indiana. Alone they are fight
inir this battle, and bravely ; but unless
the national committee wakes up and
does lu duty to you. to the party and the
country, defeat is certain in October.
I never in all my life felt so certain
that 1 was doinjr my duty as in this con
test, and my desire for success, my dear
sir, is my only excuse lor writing you.
l our menu,
To It. B. Hayes, Gov., Etc.
A REMARKABLE WOMAN.
CHERE THE SOLDIERS ARE.
Order for Coal by the car-load
i,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
arompuy auenaea to.
aaVTo large consumers and all
Manufacturers, we are prepared
io aunclT any Quantity, by tne
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COUP AFT.
Halllday Bro.'s offlec, Mo. 70 Ohio Lev.
lialTiday Bro.'s wharf boat.
At Krrtitian Mills, or
At Uw Coal Dump, foot f TnutT-Klgbth
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and ifttall Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic
FHICIS EISUCSS 70 SUIT THE mil
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $2 00 Per Say
SpaoUl Rates by Week or Month.
A limited number of very desirable laraily
nxims can be M-curcd at reasonable rates lor Itit
'1 he t. Uhurle Is the larcest and lx-st appoint
ed limine in outbern llliiMiis, and is the li-adniR
hotel in Cairo. Kotwltuataadinir the "Hfl
Ko'k' rertmtton in iirie, the table will, at
usual, 1 liberally ii.hM with Die, very beM
of everything that ran lie found in market.
Kine larire sample rooms for commercial trav
elers, on jcround floor, Ireeof eharjre.
tt"All uarpaireol tcuntli con ve) ed to and lrom
the hotel without rhsrge
JtWKTT WIL"OX A O. ,
An at crilais of dinner often tli-rmiifrs
the system, brings on flalinen and wind o.lii-,
and Mihjee.ls the patient to grail bodily Mitlrr
ii)(f. A single doe of
Tarrant's leltrsr Apsrsnt
will eorrvrt Ihe aridity, relieve the pun, ritrrv
olf the oflVndinir rause, and sae so nit-limes a
s loinr fK-il of illne-s. Its effn ui are Kentle and
thoroiiKh. and ita ireneral Use would prevent
. 'L.Ii It V Al.I, UIU (ifilHI-.
A.n A day nl home, Airents wantwl Outfit
IZ and terms free.. TKIK A. TO., Auw-ti,
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL.
trf Post Office Drawer.
J. II. OBKBLT.
A. W. I-TATT.
CAIE0 CUT BINDEEY,
-V. "W. PYATT J CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
WIXEN OF ALL KINDS,
No. CO Ohio Levee.
MKSS&9. 8MTTH A CO. hays eoneUnUy
a larn stock ol the best Rood, in in mar
ket, and Kive especial attention to I be wholes
ranch of tne business.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Waahlnartoa and Commercial
Atsdosi, adjoinintt Haany'a.
KEKPS for sale the best Beef, Perk, Mutton
Veal. Lamb, bausajre. Ac . and Is br
prad U eerrs families in an aooentahle. ma- It-r
Bulletin Building-, Cor. Twelfth Street
and Washington Avenue,
Present W&rm r the Eerrea
WklrSi ssrVv I M in wains;
the . .
(rroaa the Sew Tork Herald.)
The orders issued to lien, bkieruian to
hold all the available force of the army
ready tor prompt service lu th Sou Users
iiau-s iq view 01 tne aipruacoiuK preai
dential election, irlvea rise to ttielateresU
in- inquiry as to woat number ot tueu
are actually at til dtapeaaal toe that pur-
poae. Uen. hUerldan haa stated that be
wu oblijred te atrip every post from tne
line of Manitoba to Texaa in order to re
Inforce 'l erry and C rook. Kven troop
bava been ordered from I alllornla to tit
YeUowitooe, and lliey have no doubt
by Una time reached the theatre
oi noatiiiDei. 'Hie bouUiern atatea. ex-
eepunf TeKaa,nav quartered In tuen two
regimenu ot artillery and lv of Infantry;
ureAratlnaT $MO men. and In Texaa.
principally along' Um tUo Urande frotv
ucr, are uiree reanmenu cavalry, aeveu
companies of artillery, and four rrgt-
The Daughter or an Old holdler -Hhe
Dles;alee llrreeir ana Jwtae the
Ana y latt tletwlae.
The l'aria correspondent of the Loudon
Standard writes as lollows : One ol the
lew burvlvinir veterans ot the llrtst em
pire has lust passed away lu the person
ot M. Le t'omuiaiidant luchemln, at the
ripe age ol eighty-live, t 'distantly on
active servioe throughout the campaigns
of Napoleon, and frequently wounded, he
fought his way up from the ranks, and
on the occupation of l'aris by the allies,
rendered niuiself famous as a duellist.
and boasted of having killed or wounded
a score of the "odious foreigners" on the
Meld ot honor. or the last twenty years
be frequented the same cale at the same
hour daily to play bis game of cards
and take his absinthe, lie lived almost
entirely in the past, and gave vent
to his leeliucrs hi maledic
tions ajralnst YYellliiirton. Blucber, Clrcu
cliy and the rest, "yut anient ait tiiuur-
rw sun tmpereur." His principal aeujcui
however, was In recounting the ntstory
ol bis mother, Marie, whose career was
Indeed a remarkable one. I tie daughter
ot an old soldier, and a vivaudiere, she
was from ber earliest years the i-t of the
rigtiuentof the Gardes I'ranculses, who
alter taking part in the destruction of
Uie Bastile, was killed in attempting to
save the life of a soldier of the hwlss
guard, leaving his youug widow with an
In! ant son. Wtwn the great revolution
ary war broke out, Marie felt the hered
itary military instinct too strong to be
KfCounty and UailroadWork a ipeeimltr
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la the Urand Old
Which has stood the test of 40
Ihore is no sore it will not Heal,
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 viald to its magic touch.
A. bottle costing 25c, 6O0. orl
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
VISSCHEB & HALL'S
Warrauled equal Issny folaah In the
market, and far superior to I on.
rentrated I. ye for all parpoaea
lor which It la uaed.
1'ut up in one pound metal cans, convenient
for uve in families for iiiakiDK liard and soft
soap., and for cleaning' puro6es gtm rally. 1i
r lion for making xoaii. He, accoiniianius
I-or cleaninir tne. Dresses, machinery . puinu
oftenina; water, wsnliinu Kinks and truit tree
in the surinr. it is uneoualed for excelleni and
convenience of parksKe. Kor sale liy Urocers
ana UTUglKl everywnere.
Tlsseber A Ilall'e lnaeellolde and
nialnleetna t fowder is invalualile for the
destruction ol the potato huj?,-olton worm, Kras
bopeni, mine, rats, roaches, Inseets, and ver
min oi an aiiina. it u iiaiiiiii;e w
auimaU, and far cheaier than Paris fc-reen lor
the destruction or tennln. jcishiho invaiua
hie an a lliaenteclant. inirlfvlnn the air in llOBiii
Ulsand sick rooms, and dextroying the oors oi
sinas, cellars, aiaoics, eie. i-uinp iu one ponou
cans. For sale by IHWKifcts and -roccr
everywhere V I sst ; H r. K 1 1 A M . ,
manuiaciiirera, uo mi oi., vw s oia.
Aug. 4-da w?m
To whom Pensions are
n ja VTA KVIOIIV Hoiaier
jfJXXWlIMl l while In the line
aad discharge ot duty, either by arolaeat o
therwlae, saoald have a pensloa, Tos loss ez
a Safer entitles you to a pension. ruDtun
no natter now slight, aires yon a pension.
The loss or a toe gives yon a peasioa.
The toss of ea eye gives you a pensioa.
stay iDjary wtn five
E. N. FRESH1XAN & BROS.,
1.0 w, m st. tmm a,
Are autborUad to eoatraot for adTertla
lasr la tale psvaar.
Istiautss faraiaasi frss, Ssas for Circular
I ars aoardrawln
tied to aa increase.
sa ft-aA t atamnl
for eopy of Peas ma and EnjrActs.
Valted States CUios Agent, iwpiawaroLisjws.
gSr au wwn naia . v. ' mm
1 iiw la vtM mum tern nw thl aSttnlnnsti
ILLS. NORMAL UNIVERSITY
renal, Meleaa, C Ilia..
Ifor the urenaratioB of teachers. Kselualvely
Professional lurtrurtion for those w ho are pre
pared for It. Tuition free. Next term begins
September 4th, IS7S. Superior arwlemio Instruc
tion at low rates. In the Model department.
Adapted to any grade, from the youngest pupils
to those Bttiug tor Die best eollagM. Bead for
eatalogut, tr address,
tuni.x i. viiui i. rres-i.
Aug- t-dswlin NorutsJ, HI.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
If ymi wsnl rrimljlo Information, where nd hw
to a caeup Farm or irtvenim nt Home
stead (Y.e rend yuar address lo . J, '.II.
MltK, Land L.iiniiisiiiiier, Ijiw pence Kans
and rwi iir unlit a copy of The Kansas l'a
CC-i77s week to agenlv. fainpl'1 free.
90Q- 1 1 it. VIchhKY. Augusta, Maine.
"Mrtl for H Parity, Blrength anl Flavor
Wsrmnrft to Kep 1'irk'. tt ovsrsntr. It I'
i ertirly free from A'li'pSMne Anil or oilier deleK-n
iu. utHitaric1. with wlilth J'Mt i'tuiar Undulterafci!
f or ,lf ail irocer. Lsr.t Vinegar Work, in thi
.Wurlii.Asiuft.ls4a. b. L. fillibSlSU aCO.,Ctucago
S prUTC!''"'' Isffe life-like steel enKrsvinr
ftULII I Ji,,t (I
I'resideittial 1 andit.iteH sell
taudly. end forcircular. N V Kn-
Kruving I all t.,lo il' t. J .
rt C!Ort lT day at home. Samples worth
Pel IO tD4U 41 tnr. Miiuwjn A Company.
Corner 19th St. and Commercial At
C. 0. PATTER & CO
tra Fine mixed ( unN with name. In cU.,
I.. Jones A Co , Nassau, N . .
I " '
COUMINNION HKR IIANT".
in Kellurloiia nud icrlrul t nrnl Vteelt
Ilea llitlf -rier . end fr Catulogne on the
l.it I'lan. rur information, address,
CEO. P. B0WELL & CO.. 41 Park Sow,
STRATT0N & BIRD,
A.QENT3 AMERICAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio Iivee.
BOX and BASKET CO
Iealt r in
All kinds (hard and soft.)
PLOOBINQ, SIDING, LATH, &o.
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
olitmned tn the I'nlted
Guiles, Cauada, and Lu
rope ; terms at low at
those of any other relia
ble houe. Correstxin
deuce iu ted in the f.nK-
liih and foreiirn animates, witn n-entors, At
t'.rneyit at Jjiw, au't oilier Soliciitors, eiciall
w III lhoe who have had their ca-en rejected in
the hands ol other attorneys. In rcjei td canes
our fees sre reaaonable, and no charKe U made
unlca we ure mccennlul.
w a Ifj-ou wants pat-
I 1. eiit,cnd ints moilrl
exummnTion ut the patent oflic. and 11 we think
it putentahle, will seud you panern and advice,
and pro.-wcule your cane. Our fee will he in or
dinurv cam s,
V ' 'nil or writtun in matters
i Cleveland. Ohio O. II. Kelley, E.-mj . Scc'T
National t,rane Loulville, h v ; umiuodur
Dan'l Ainmeu, I,T. H. N. , M n.-hlnjftoii. 1. C.
rl-s(nii niiunp fur our 'M.uide lor ohtain-
Inxl'iit'Ut-," a liOi.k ol ;JI pnues.
Addrens : !. Ilnaat-r A ., Solid
tors of I'atentn, aehinstou, 1. C
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And 1 Mulcr iu
fa. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
Ol'KCIAL sttantiot given to consignments sad
No M) Ohio Levee.
T a if.
A GREAT DISCOVERY
Uv the ue of which every family m iy fiv
their l.lnen thul briiliuu' poli-h peeulnu . n
sundry work. Savin time ami labor in rom
iu. more than iu tutue tost. arranled.
old By Druggists and Grocers ETsrrber
ask ion iiomtiss.
DOBBINS, BROS. CO.. W. 4th:St,
F.nitH-h Hrusnel. Tliree Ply and Ingrain,
also, Kttir farprt-.Vflvet Wus, t rumb
Cloths, Oil ClotbH. etu., very cheap
at the Old I'lace
112 FULTOW ST., WEW YORK.
Carpets tarrfullT pscked and sent to snj
part ot the United tststes liee of charge.
n-SEJTDirOR PRICE LI8T.-
7-4-ly. J- A. BEWDALL.