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RATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
MAMVEt, ( . Tll.Or.ft,
. I of Kew Tk.
THOMAS A. HCJIDRIVKSi
While much mar be accomplished bv
Ibeee methods, It might encourage delusive
expectation; lf I withhold here the explo
it oa of conviction that no reform of the
clrll srvi:e In thu country will be com
plete and permanent until Its chief magis
trate U constitutionally disqualified lor re
jection; experietce having repeat Jiy
exposed the futility of self-imposed rentric
tltns by candidate or Incumbent.
Through thix solemnity only can ha be ef
fectually delivered from his great t iemp:a
tion to o.tuM the power ana patronage
wih wblca the Executive I neeewarily
charged. From Samuel J. Tllden's lett-r
The nobler motives of humanity concur
with the materia' Interest of all lo requir
ing that every obstacle be removed U a
complete ut durable reconciliation be
tween klndrd populations once unnattir
ally estranged, on the bam recognized by
the St. Louie platform, of the "constitution
ftbe United States, with iu amendment
universally accepted a final tcttlement
of the controverset which engendered civil
War." But, in aid of a result to 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 corilsl fraternity and
good will among cUtsens, whatever there
race or color, who are now united In the
one destiny of a common self-government.
If the duty shall be assigned to me, I should
ot fail to aerclse the powers with which
the laws and toe. constitution of our coun
try clothe its chief magistrate, to protect all
tte cltiieni, Whatever their former condi
tion. In every political and personal right
from Samuel J. Tilden's letter of accep
tance. Bristow is ou the stump for Hayes,
and ii making speeches of the Morton
and Logan kind.
Tbx plaln.blunt, and fearfully truthful
Caxbondale Dtmoerat says : "The Cairo
Sun, after baring dose lu little all to
hurt Ben L. Wiley in his canvass, is now
criuglng with disgusting servility to that
Tbi Carbondale Democrat suggests
Dr. Agnew, of Makanda, Jackson
county, as just the man tor one of the
representative for this senatorial dis
trict. "He is," says the Dtmoerat, "one
of the best thinkers, best speakers and
best writers in the district."
Bob Lsgersoll is up in Maine making
Radical speeches. II anybody but Bob
made the speeches he Is now in process
of being guilty of, everybody would call
them stufl ; but anything that Bob says
is tine. Reputation is everything. Get
reputation and your silliness becomes
humor ; your lies argument.
Tn Chester correspondent ol the St.
Louis Republican, writing on the 20 th
of August, say): "lion. Wm. Hartzell,
our M. C. from this district, came borne
Tuesday morning last. He is looking
hale and hearty, and will take the stump
Immediately, having an appointment at
l'inckneyvlUe for September 2. The
Chester Silver Cornet .band, under the
leadership of Mr. W. Schuchert, the
Cole's mill merchant, turned out on
Thursday night and gave liira a beautiful
Gix. McCj.ki.lax has written an able
letter in favor of Tildcn and Hendricks.
' 'I would," he sys in the conclusion of
his letter, "like to appeal to those who in
civil life hare honored me with their
friendship and support, and especially
and most earnestly to those men to whom
I have bever appealed In valo my com
rades of the war and to &k them to
stand once more with me in our coun
try's cause, in a civil contest now, as
formerly In a deadlier struggle, and sup
port to the uttermost the election of Mr.
Tllden to the presidency."
Whi Hayes was a boy be robbed his
grandmother's hen roost after she was
dead, and growing Into manhood took to
the road and distinguished himself In
train robbing. After this be became a
pirate, and lived for a time in the canni
bal Islands where be became a man-eater.
All this can be proved by BabcocK's
Bdss who manufactured the train rob
bery and perjury stories about Tilden.
Bliss works for pay, and the ''barrel"
wuld make him swear to as much lor
Tilden as be has sworn to for llayes.
Wi regret the suspension of the Cairo
Oauitt. Mr. M. B. Harrell, iu editor, is
an excellent writer. He has indeed few
superior, aad bis industry Is simply won
. j . . . .
uenui. ue can ao more worn well in a
given time than any other gentleman ot
our acquaintance. or years how
long! a quarter of a century? he has
worked with bis pen In Cairo, and never
was there another man who labored
more la his way to build up this city
than be. 1 hat he has been sufficiently
paid for bis services, no one can ray.
He ought to have a competency he
ought to be rkh ; but be is not. During
all the time Mr. Harrell was associated
with us first OD the Democrat and then
on the Bcllbtis we found hltu to be a
pleasant associate aoej good friend.
We are net parting from him, for he will
tte sure to ewroe back to the old htiaineu;
but we ttapugM proper U take this occa
sion to express our opinion of our good
neighbor and friend Uaj temporarily
laid d0, V pelC .e be cannot get
at oir!3li iBt7Ltfujrt te pay bin
torblf fcaor. iiilti ;
ftsEA and nrrptD.
'i'lie Democratic convention at St.Lonls
adopted the following resolution :
Rttohtd, Ttiat the soldier and sailor
of the republic, and the widows and or
phan or those wno havr fsi.i.e.x i
battle, liave a Joint claim upon the care,
protection and gratitude of their fellow
The (lalconda Itrraht and other Ke
publlcan JournnU, say that "every intel
ligent man knows that this means that
those who were wounded In their eflorts
to destroy the government shall receive
pcnion at the hands of that Identical
government, the same as those who
fought for Its preservation."
Certainly no person who understands
the English lanrunge. and who is not es
sentially dishonest, would put such a
construction as this on the resolution
copied above ; and nobody hut a fool
would believe any man ol common sene
who should have the shameless audacity
to assert that he believes the rcsoluilon
meant what the Herald says It does.
Let us look at this a moment. What
does the resolution say ? That the sol
diers and sailors of the republic hare a
claim upon the care and gratitude ot their
Jcllow-cltizens. Can any one object to
this But the resolution says more than
this. It also says that the orphans of
those soldiers and sailors of the repub
lic who have fallen in battle have a joint
claim with the soldiers and sailors of the
republic who have survived the war.
upon the care, protection and gratitude
ol their fellow citizens. Who can object
to this r Have not the orphans and wid
ows of men who have fidlen in battle
fighting for the republic a claim on the
care, protection and gratitude of the peo
ple? Why then does I he Herald object?
Why does that paper shamelessly and
dishonestly attempt to pervert the
meaning of the resolution ?
But the Democrats have more than this
resolution to show aseyidencc of their
kindly disposition towards the soldiers
ot the Republic. The house of the pres
ent congress alled by the Radicals, the
Confederate house passed the soldiers,
and sailors, equalization of bounties bill ;
and this bill, although it was championed
with great vigor by Senator Logan, was
deleated by the Radical senate. The
Herald should turn its guns on the Radi
cals who would not permit the Con
federates'' and Logan to do the soldiers
and sailors of the republic a favor.
WHEELER A3D EG TFT.
Sometime ago there was copied into the
Bcllktin- an article from the Mount
Vernon Fret Pre charging that the Re
publican candidate for the vice-presidency
was the author of the obnoxious
definition to the word "Egypt" given in
Webster's dictionary. Ever since that
publication, certain of the Republican
papers have been abusing a gentleman
ol the name of Otcrly have been de
nouncing him as an ignorant misrepre
sentor ot a political opponent. Now, if
there is one thing Mr. O. prides himself
on more than another, it is his candor.
We ar well enough acquainted with
him to make this assertion w ithout te.tr ol
successful contradiction. He U always
particular to not assert anything about a
political opponent that he does not know
to be a fact. He therefore regrets the
appearance of the Free Fret article in the
Bt'LLP.Tiy, of which paper he is the re
puted editor, but for w hich paper he has
had time to do but very little work dur
ing the past three or four months. lie
did not publish the Free Pres article.
He did not see it until the comments of
the Radical pi ess had called it to his at
tention. At the time ot its publication
he was not at home. He was out ol the
city. But he is at home now, and ne be
lieves it to be his duty to say that Wheel
er, the Radical, did not give to the word
"Egypt" Its obnoxious definition. We
arc, however, constrained to say that, in
our opinion mini that we put it, In our
opinion lie could have done so if had
thought of it ; but he didn't think of it.
It was another Wheeler w ho did. If this
Is not satisfactory to the State Jjumal we
would like to know what will he.
DAVE AT Fl'LTOX, TESSEkSjEE.
A Fulton (Tenu.) correspondent of the
Louisville CourUr-Jvumal, in a report of
the great Democratic barbecue at that
place last week, bays :
An exuberant bunt ol applause greeted
the next speaker, Col. Liuegar, ot Illi
nois, when he stated that lor the last six
teen years he had stood iu the Republi
can ranks; to-day he was proud to find
nimselt on the side of the Democracy,
which was the side ol honesty and of
principle. He had seen tit to be with the
iiepuhuans in the war ; be had seen
tit to sustain them in 1872, but
now he could follow them no fur
ther, and he was convinced of the
uutrustwortiiiocas of tlie controlling ek
meuuin that party. Col. Lioegar de
voted Ms addrew largely a review of
Hayes' letter or acceptance, commenting
ou the absurdity of his system of eivkl-
aervice reiorm, ana aeciarea nimkeii in
favor ot a reform by which tenure of
office would not be dependent upon
F residential caprice or party dictation,
ie referred to the school question, w hich
the Republicans had lugged into the
campaign, and disapproved not of its ef
fect, but of iu constitutionality. The
same objections held good with regard
to ordering troops to the South : ot In
vestigations, aueli as bpenuur desired.
The speaker glanced at the currency
questioa and discusd among other
prominent ! lies the Southern issue and
tiie Hamburg matter. 1 regret that 1
have not roota to write you more of his
! speech. It was a weighty eflort and de-
served greater Importance from the fact
mat it came irom a man long trained in
SiNATOR Log a.n has taken the stump
and w ill soon be raglnr around la bouth-
ern UUsoU. Fetch bint to Cairo.
An old colored waman named English
wu tun over ana insuuuy killed by a
north bowad passenger tram of the Illi
nois Central railraad. two miles north ot
Pulaski, fast Thursday night, she i
walking along the track, and bclnc ve( J
uau, um not near tne approacmng tral
untu too iat to prevent the terrtole c
family. . f
it Is said that King AlfooM h an eariy
riser, a nara worker and a closu fttnoent
particularly of French and English his
tory. Hl amusements are riding and
The Chartje made by Babcock's
Am IIiiiInsUm ey Chteaa- Tleawa
( F rum the Obicaf o Time. Au
TILMiv'Sl AXFS IX '72.
When the Babcock case wfts at its most
desperate crisis Hie country wrs startled
one morning by n telegram Irom the gov
ernment counsel announcing the discov
ery of a spy in the otlioe at St. i.ouis a
"young Mr. Sherman," aid of District
Attorney Bliss, of New York. It turned
out that the principal, who has lor years
been known in New York as "Depor
Bliss," had been in secret collusion with
Babcook to ruin the government case.
Spies and conspirators had been primed
and paid in Bliss' office lor months, as
the recorls in the solicitor's office attest,
to bring discredit upon Bristow and Wil
son, so that the prosecution might be
wholly blocked. When Babcock's case
became desperate. Bliss sent his office as
sistant to steal the "case" from Dyer and
Broadhead to put Babcock out of dan
ger. Later during the winter it wa3the
ingenious brain of Bliss that concocted
the Harney periury against Kerr. The
attempt upon Tilden Is more plausible,
but falls all the same of its own intrinsic
improbability, to say nothing ot the doc
The charge as trumpeted from day to
day is put in this form :
On the2Gth of Decem
ber, I, Tilden's lax
return under oath, wax.
"In his answer to the
complaint in the Cir
cuit court orthel'uit-
exl Plates, in the in It
of the U Louis. Al
ton and Terre Haute
apainiit himwif and
other, which an
swer was Med re
cently. Mr. Tilden
swore under oath as
in this form:
"I hereby certify that
the following Is a true!
and faithful statement
ol the gains, nrotits or
Income ot Samuel J.
Tork anil county of!
New York State of New
York, whether derived
from any kind ofprop-i
'That for such
ertT, renta interests !vfrs the defendent,
diVidends, salary. or;TIIlen, made a chsrye
from eny profession, 'of ten thousand dollars
trade, employment, or against said second
vocation, or from any. morteatfe bondholders,
other source whatever, 'and the said rharire wax
from lMday of January paid I it or on behalf of
to Hist davcf December, said second inortftafre
IrsiJ, both days inclu- bondholder on the 17th
aire, and sobject to an f October l''it
inooroe tax under the that the defendent, Til
ecit laws of the t'nit- den, for a part of his
ed states. Income from, services aforesaid, also
all source, 7, 1H." 'madea charge of the
jlike sunt of ten thou
sand dollars on account
of professional services
ren-'ered to the flntt
and the receivers,
which was paid to hiiu
oy ine sain a J-arun u.
which nsymert appears
lunder date of Nov. 7,
in a ststement an
nexed to the first re
port aforesaid, as hav
ing been receipted for
by the said TiMen "on
account of professional
Iservieea." ' "
Upon thl Bliss c! arge, the entire
Hayes' press have been tilling the air,
with clamor. The very men who evad
ed the income return pitching their in
dignation in the mot violent key.
Tlioi-e who are familiar with business
and the methods of computing income
under the old law. will readily see that
the difference can be accounted for ra
tionally in many ways ; but it Bliss had
been less eager to smirch the reform gov
ernor, be would have discovered refuta
tion ot the charge in the document from
which he quoted. The moneys which
Tilden acknowledges in his answer to the
suit were not the income of the year 1SC3,
or 1W)2. They were the earnings of le
gal services begun live years before, as
the subjoined paragraph ot the com
plaltu from which UiUa extracts his ma
terial shows. That paragraph says :
"And they further say, touching the
statements in said bill of complaint as to
theservk-es orthe detendant, amuel J.
Tllden. that he had, long prior to, and at
the time of, the commencement of the
foreclosure suit iu &id bill ol complai-it
mentioned, been the counsel tor the
seconl-mortgage bondholders, in whose
behalf such suit wag instituted, and that
he was counsel alo for the trustees of
said second-mortgage bondholders, and
had been from some time In the year
ISi". to whom the railroads of the Terre
Haute, Alton and St, Ixuis railroad com
pany were surrendered, and w ho were
subsequently made receiver thereof ;
and was also the counsel lor said re
ceivers, and that he alo acted as the
principal counsel for the said first-mortgage
bondholders iu relation to the fore
closure proceedings herein before men
tioned, and other proceedings connected
therew ith.and that such ser lees had com
menced prior to the year 1.7J, and were
rendered, from time to time during a
period of upward of three years there
after." it is not at ail likely that the presses in
New lork which gave and are giving
this disreputable person Bliss the use of
their columns, were for a moment de
ceived as to the real standing of the in
come exhibit. As business men, they
must have know n that the earning of a
man like Tilden varied, and that between
the receipts of the year and the taxable
income there was a wide distinction.
They did know it, but they furthermore
knew that a lie well told and well stuck
to will gain some credence from a certain
class, and that even w hen exposed there
will be no chance of wholly ilUsipatluff
the tlret impression. Such supplemental
misstatements as Bliss publishes In his
paper, based on the foregoing false as
sumptions, fall to the ground by the evi
dence which the documents themselves
furnish. He prudently selected but
one year to convict the governor
ol dishonesty as if a man who
would cheat the tax one year would
not cheat it every year during its impo
sition. Bliss goes further to insinu
ate that the bonds awarded Tilden that
year by the stockholders of the reorgan
ized road amounting to $33,000 or more
were income which he suppressed In
his exhibit, while the documents them
selves explain that these bonds were not
received until two years later, LSol, and
some of them he has not received yet !
uunng me eariy years oi tne war. it
appears from the records, Tilden's busi
ness thongh good gave him no extraor
dinary income. , Great amounts became
due him which have not until recently
been realized, and many commercial ven
tures w hirii have enncheU him of late
were sources of loss rather than income
during the first two rears of the war.
All these facts accompany the document
printed nrst in iKcoy Bliss' New l ork
organ, and resopked through the whole
following of partisan servitors. Not one
of them will take the trouble to confess
the fraud they have put iiikm their
DEAD AND BURIED.
Ilia J a It mm (saalr Trauredy-Mltlo
As)! nillla)(r Uoa.4 Barlesl
i aar) r hor aralcror.
(Special dispatch to the Olobe-Uemoerat )
CaRBOXbALK, ll.L., AugTIKt 2. Little
Addie Dillinger died at 3 o'clock this
morning. She was hurled at 4 o'clock.
The sceue at the funeral was heart-rending,
as nearly all htr relatives were pres
ent, and she bad den loved by all. Her
mouier is almost broken down by grief.
Her murderer, Bill Kowman, is now
lodged In jail ia this city. He was cap
tured by the wide-awake city marshal,
O. P. Hlglitower. assisted by his brother
Jacob. Tbcy lea here about 10 o'clock
yesterday morning, and rode to Bow
man's houw, where they made I'orap
Taylor, Bowman's negro, tell where
Bowman bad gone to. Having ,--
OArXtD VlUT THKT BOCORT fO
they started nt full speed, miking for
Green's Ferry, in I'nion county. They
had ridden about eight miles when they
turned around a curve in the road, and
bcloie them sat Bowman and several oth
ers, to whom he was trying to sell his
borne. Theollieers advanced on him,
and he held up his hand, -aylng, " Boys,
don't shoot." H'.srhrower requested the
men standing around to aMt them in
taking Bow man, but they relnsed, and,
probably thinking the James boys were
on a raid, they dispersed, .lake High
tower then held a large revolver to Bov
man's head, w hile Feto
Having secured him on his horse, they
started for Carbondale at 5 o'clock.arriv
ing here at 2 o'clock this morning. On
the way here Bowman cried like a child,
and relented verv much at what he had
done. In a conversation with him this
afternoon he told yonr correspondent
that he would not have done the deed for
the world, but being so crazed with
liquor ho acted on the Impulse of the mo
ment. He said he would rather die than
suffer what will necessarily follow. He
will probably waive examination, and be
committed to the county jail at Murphys
boro until his trial, which will probably
be next month. The Hightower boy
receive great praise for their bravery and
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Order for Coal by the car-load
t.on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
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STTo large consumers and all
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U supply any quantity, by the
aonth or year, at uniform rates.
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Boom and Board, 3d Floor $2.00 Per Day
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1 ill jlill !rlM bouse. CorraaiMm
A LVUU11 JnarlnMflia tne tD-
IikIi and foreign anruajtes, witn invenwirs, At
(.mevs at l-ew, and oilier Collrlltors, eHprriall
w III those who have had theircaKS rejeclel ia
thebands ol other atUjrneys. In rejects,! cases
our Ii-es are reasonable, and no hsrfe is made
unless we are suceseful.
If yon want a pat-
eiit.send us a mixlel
iY)lT or sketeth and
I I N ful1 description oi
u r ti
examination at the patent olDna. and U we thins
it patenulile, will send you paiiers and ail vice,
and pronecute vour rjutt. Our f Will be In or
uiiiary raes, ..
a' ' Oral or written in matters
Cleveland. Ohio : O. II. Keller. Esq.
National l.rsnre. Imlsille, ky ; Commooi
in men. c. 8. Si., ashlngfon. U. v-
t Vend btamti for our i.ume lor ouiain-
HiK I'aterits," a Imok of 'J) panes.
Address -linl BairaTor s Co., Solirl
tors of 1'sU-nu, Wasbinstuo, D. C.
SB. i w .sa
A GREAT DISCOVERY !
u i.A nui r.r which AverT family may ifive
their Linen that brilliant - polish pwuliar to one
laundry work. Saving tliueaud labor in Irom
ins. ure than It eutire cost, v, uisuuu,
fold By Druggists and Grows Eferywlnrs
j AbK VOK DOLUlNti'.
! DOBBINS, BROS. CO.. 13 N. ita'Bt.
i misfit carpets.
: EnttH-b BruHls. Tbree IMy snd Inpraiu,
i slo, ir carpois, en ft jvuk, -
Cloths, Oil C'lOllis, eti, verj mr
at tbe Old riace
112 FULTOW 8T ffVW TOBK.
JsUaW 'a awat ai V. . f . n L .1. M
Usaw1 1 aJ". V V.'V. T aaW ssw" V
Carpet carefully packed and Bt " nJ
part of tbe Lnited outes free of charge.
7-4-ly. J. BBWDALL.
r W ILL nri KH
In all Their tieparimenls
Ootninaa'cln Mar l,t. 1S7S.
Hich Black Silko
Tlie Most C elebrated Lyons Looms,
At I S9 He-lured from ! 0,
At ! M Kcduced irom Si RT.
At ! ? Itedaaed from M.
At M hedunH from M,
M W id f us &
At Or Ke.iK,l from SI 13,
At SI Ow Iteduoed Iro'n Si BW,
At SI HclneeA frosn M (M.
At SI kedueed from it ft.
mm wim o? im mi
In Camera Hair. Cherlots, and Ihimassees, Ke
duced to 7A. ), i eenta l, from II t
V ', ! 7S aaA f i "'.
Popular Dress Goods
In New and Fs-hinnsMe Kshru s aad olors, ol
I He liedtiecl from 1V;
Ho Kediunt frosa S.1e
3e aeduerd from Or
S.V KsdiKKl from 7r;
Swr, Former price IOeto .
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At ti'i, an. fix',, r.trmmly ."old at I-""",
She. ni Scarlet Stella Skvli
At $V, C. and t"-
r.edurel from $.1, aitd ,".
At h Jj to - Klii.. irom 11 to .
Ladles' and Mise' Suits,
Tlie latest Paris Btylrs frnan 10 Towards, u-
urarins uic cnutorsi tmrnun i
Ladies' and Children Underwear
An Immense Stork or Msat Beantlrul awl
AU at Very Great Reduction.
Ladies', Children's and Gentlemen'i
The Host Knllh, French and Cierraan UwmU (
All Markeu at Lowest PoMihle i'rices.
Are thoroughly stocked vKta tbe beat
Kods, st tbe lowest package prtws. Beau
tiful Autericaa prlnU at 6c. and 6c. pet
Jard ; standard 4 bleached goods it 10c J
ontdele shirtings at 10c.; New Vors
Mills, 12c. ; and 5-4 sheetiogs at Uic
mn m om mm
In all the Various Grades, atJ.Bargalus.
(Which we keep at tbe Grand Street alar
only), we are odering Koglisb and Ameri
can tapestries at $1, former price SI 16;
body KrusseU st l !, iormer price 180;
all-wool Ingrain at 70c., former price. te.;
three ply fngrains st l lonaer price,
1 60; oil-cloths at aac. to 7oe ; former
prices, BOo. to B'o. , . .
Samples of goods, snd catalogues, of la
dies' and misses' suits and mualtn under
wear, and infant' outfits, sent Ire of charge
to all section of the I ntted Mates.
Kulei lor self-measurement sent on appli
catiou to all parts ol the Muntry.
Orders for goods of all kinds will be t are
fully attended to, and tbe goods packed
aod forwarded without charge.- JaBaVwSnt
Broadway and Twantltth Strut.
Grand and ChrUtla Stt., W. Y.