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CYRU3 S. OBERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
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White much may !' aepomplMietl !
tbr.e inrtHoiN, it iiiftht iioourHf:e deluaive
evpUtion If I withhold bore tlic ex,nr
eionnrmy corn lotion that tin reform of the
civil oenl.'e lu thU country will 18 com
plete and permanent until its chief magis
trate i conMiiutlcnitlly li (ualiilod for re
election; exiierlerce having Mfat ? Jly
exposed the futility offelf-imi'oxed reMrie
lions ly iMiiiUates cr incumbent.
Through this solemnity only can he he ef
fectually delivered from higreatst temp's
tien to misiiM the power and jialrotiasre
with bic!i the Executive Is neeetwarily
charged. From Samuel J. Tilden' letter
The nohler imtives of humanity concur
with the material interests of all io requir
ing that every obstacle be removed to a
complete and durable reconciliation
tween klndr?d populations once unnatur
ally estranged, on the bau recognized bj
theSt. Loufs platform, of the "coiMitutioii
orthe United States, with its amendments
universally accepted as a final aettlement
of theeontrovers.ea which engendered civil
war." But, in aid of result o bene tioient.
t be moral influence of every good citizen, as
well aa every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their juat equality before the law, but like
wise to ertabliih a cordial fraternity and
good wi:i among clr'zcns.-wbatcver there
race or color, w ho are cow united in the
one destiny of a 'common elf-government.
If the duty thai! be aligned to me, I should
ot fail to eercle Uia power with which
the laws and tbe constitution of our coun
try vkitbe its ?hief magUtratf , to protect all
it citizens, whatever their former condi
tion, in every political and personal right.
From Samuel .1. Tilden' letter of accep
I IV dtuounce the I:ttmjrion clausr
if the act of 1 87, atul fc here de
mand it repeal. X'ltimm Ihumratie
Svc irifi the fruit of industry are
gathered for the .' of thr trilcru, that
they are not wanted ly the profligacy
fraud or peculation of your puhlir
agent. Gov. Tilden.
Little's Livivo Age for September Is
out. It is full of choice reading matter.
Matt Carpenter eays that 'beyond
the shadow of a doubt Tilden will carry
Les9 than four weeks from to-day Ohio,
Indiana and West Virginia w ill hold their
BIaixe will make Ills first appearance
iu the West In Peoria, accompanied by
J he majority of Germans w ill not
vote for JIares because he is a Know
Nothing, and a temperance fanatic.
Where Is Colonel Beu L. Wiley ? Can
the luminary ou the levee tell u where
Benjamin lias hid himself.
Logan is not received with much en
thusiasm by bis friends In Southern Illi
nois He will not visit 1'airo.
This German tiewypapers of Wisconsin
are nearly all Democratic. Sixty-tour
out ot sixty-nine are for Tilden and Hen
driofcs. Ut.v. Escobedo has succeded Alexia as
Mexican minister of war, the rcvolutiou
Uta 4iave evacuated New Laredo, and
uneof Cortina's orderlies, bearing tils
pafelies, has been captured and shot.
Tint Ktate Journal says : "Col. It. G.
1jt raoll Is exiiected to speuk at Chain
paijfu this evening, w here lie I engaged
in an Important railroad 6tiit." The
most Important case Bob is to figure In,
will be with the devil.
Thb Quincy Jlutj ma : "Cullom'a
home organ went to work and put IU foot
In It by attempting to prove liU Ulscon
neetion with Know Nothingism. The
Journal Ulki to clear IU chief of this
charge as It did ot the Suepurd erab. and
the result is It ha brought down udoii
his bead the condemnation of the entire
(taruian press of the State, The Repub
lican leaders are now more than ever
thinking of withdrawing Cullom.
Ciurlei GaRixek, of Cincinnati
wrote as follows to the New York
World t "Io your tecue of yesterday you
Bay : 'Mr. Hayes assures us over his
own signature that he 'deeply sympa
thizes' with a movement for 'an amend
ment limiting suffrage to persons horn In
this country or of American parents,'
and the choice U . 'Amwkau-boru citi
xeus only to official tuitions.' Mr.
Schurz had better announce this to his
German brethren and prevcut them from
being caught w ith chafl as he has been.'
I don't believe Mr. Hayes ever, over
bis own signature, or in any other way,
ever said any such thing. If you can
prove it, do so and make one votu tor
. your trouble, for, though a Republican.
I shallTote for Mr,, Jildeil if. what you
aay U Mr. Hayes is true." The vrlJ
lminedualj pubtlhl the. letter w
priut elsewhere, iu which Mr. Hayes
fs..Uw AJUaiu ay admimbla, order,
tidM S u4 ni iilr declared pria
aplfi.nJ mv .ta) )t t-jink. Jr. tiard
IrIA Wv tut lllderi. . i .
HATf.N AX Till: AMERICA At
MAri:. No foreign boru man who has a par
tide of respect lor himself and those of
his nationality will support Hayea for
president of the t'nitol States. By being
a member of the American Alliance the
Know Nothing order revived he has ar
rayed himself with a fat growing body
of men who design to strip the foreign
born citizen of his right to Vote or hold
office In this country. Hayes' connec
tion with the Alliance is deried by Re
publican iournnls of the Vnited Slates In
Me fare ol the following letter, recently
published in the New York World, which
Is authentic in every respect :
"I h.ive just received your letter in
f.i inlng me of my election as a member
of vot'K aovikahi.k Alliance. Keturn
my thanks to the Alliance, a I pkkclv
svmi'athie w ith its i'kim'M'I.ks. I re
main your fellow citizen,
By the action ot this order, were It in
political power, every foreigner, although
lie had lived a generation on the soil of
the I' nlted Slates, would be deprived of
the right to cast a ballot or hold any of
fice whatever In the gift of the people.
And Rutherford B. Hayes has become a
member of the Aruericau Alliance, calls
tt 'admirable,' and advocates the politi
cal ostracism of foreigners and political
ostracism means also social ostracism.
The following is an extract from the
American Alliance" declaration of prin
"An amendment to the naturalization
laws limiting suffrage to persons born iu
this country or of American parents ; the
election of American horn citizen only to
official position In this country : oppo
sition to the Interference of the Homan
Catholic organizations in the political
afl'airsof this nation, and opposition to
the formation of political organizations
composed exclusively of foreign bom
To this order Hayes attached himself
lor the purpose of assisting in the abro
gation of laws that have brought to
America some of the brightest intellect
of the old world laws that made this
land an asylum for the oppressed people
of nations, and turned waste places into
cities and villages. He believes in Ihe
abrogation of laws that have made al'
men equal who live under the tol ls of
the flag ; would deprive foreign born
men of the rights accorded citizens In
the declaration of Independence,
placing thetu in an inferior po
litical position to the colored
inau fresh from slavery In the
cotton fields of the South, thereby
planting seeds of caste that would, In less
than halt a century, clamor tor titles ot
How the great German, Carl Schurz,
with these facts before him, and the
know ledge that In 1354 Mr. Hayes was a
member of a Know Nothing lodge In
Cincinnati, can support this man, is a
matter for the study and analysis of his
friends and countrymen.
A TKtTHFI I, REPLY.
The Rev. John W. Dunjce, a leading
colored clergyman ot Richmond, Va.,
received a letter from Rev. Silas Right, a
Concord, N. II., minister, enjoining him
not to vote for Tilden and Hendricks.
Tho letter was ot the most bigoted and
partioAn cimi iiciei jit . uunjoo answer
ed him In a powerful and patriotic letter,
in w hich the following truths were writ
ten I believe the white people of the South
are true In the professions they arc now
making, ineyuonot ctesl.-e huv more
slavery ; they will stand by the result of
the war ; they are in the Union to go out
no more forever. Jhey are laboring
nobly in our state for public education,
without regard to color. I have every
riinn in uicnmonu mat i would nave in
Boston. They are doinir all lor the color
ed people in a benevolent way they can do.
You know the late war laid Its wither
ing hand upon the South, and there were
many poor people, both white and black ;
notwithstaiidiag, there are many of the
white gentlemen w ho have contributed
largely to mission work for our people in
jwiuujonu ana oiner places in the South.
There are 31, (MM) colored people iu this
city who are denendlnf on ih hires
for the bread they eat. Many poor peo
ple Of Color WOUld Btnrvn tn il.atli lirn
but lor the kindness of the w bites in
giving them shelter and fowl. Yon can
have no idea of the condition of things
SJITTl.tU Mr l.,.
The hostile chief has under hU com
mand about 0,000 warriors. He and his
chief do not look for peace, nor do they
want it. l heir ammunition is procured at
a place near the Spotted Tail agency, on
uiie river, ami they now have enough
on hand, and plenty of arms to engage In
a strong ana stubborn buttle. But Spot
ted Tail does not relish the idea of flirht-
ing both Terry and Crook combined, not
mat lie tears defeat, but ow ing to his
reluctauce to lose many of his warriors.
uulia ior gaming i miian recruits
are not the very best, and tie will not fra-
ternize with white renegades. The p.
cent battles have inspired the red warrior.
ou Biuiuugu uin a great strateirist. he U
reco-nized as the leading Indian among
re aim relentless Moux. Be
sides being a lighter of courage and abil
ity, ne nas snown his diplomacy In treat-
uS wuu me tribe, m the l'ee country,
by making them presents of ponies, and
extorting promises from them not to take
up arms against him.
Most all great men have drunken
brothers. T he greatest drunken brother
to the greatest man, tu.t we know of.
was Orvil L. Grant, brother of President
Grant. He got on a big spree iu St.
Louis, Monday, and took a comfortable
sleep iu a vacaut lot near the Union de
pot. Two peelers, not knowing they
had the brother of a great man under ar
rest, placed the uucouscious Orvil L.,
silk hat and gold watch, and broadclfctli
clothes, in a hand cart and rolled hi in to
the Four Court. He was placed In
cell No. 10, with a few other roy
sterlng individuals, and reposed lor three
hours. At eight o'clock at night, when
Orvil fcU the need of a good stiff cock
tail, Louis Bohle, of the Ulukt.ittm4iermt
put lu an appearance and took the great
man's very suk brother to the LIndel,
where he got the rack-fall and a ld lor
TllK DESERTER1 MEY.
ilayea and his journalistic friends are
kept busy In attempt to refate the
truthful charges of the tax perjury, tho
deserter's money, and the American Alli
ance. The story ot the deserter's money
Is as follows, which we extract from the
Isaac B. Whitelaw was shot by sen
tence of a court martial for desertion. A
few minutes before his death he gave to
W. W, Harper, chaplain of the 1 hir
teenth West Virginia regiment, two
watches and $400 in money, telling him
that the only relation he had was his
mother, of whom he had not heard tor
year. He told the chaplain to give the
money and watches to his mother, but II
he tailed to find her, to keep them him-
sen. imineui uciy auer me rni""",
Hayes sent for the chaplain and inquired
what the prisoner had given him. He
was informed ot the tacts, took the money
ami watches, and soon after returned the
latter to tho chaplain, but kept the
money, alleging that he had decided that
the money belonged to the government."
Is a series of resolutions, referring to
the nomination of Hayes and Wheeler,
the American Alliance said that they
were "hereby Indorsed by the American
Alliance conference, and that the Alli
ance earnestly advised all who are in
favor of American principles, as advoca.
ted and set forth in these resolutions, to
give these nominations an active and de
termined support." Hayes received the
resolutions, and addressed hi published
letter to Samuel J. Tyler, secretary of the
order, calling the Alliance "admirable."
Foreign born men should not pass
lightly over this matter. May not the
Rupublican party, in its last struggles for
existence, combine with this new enemy
to human progress and happiness
Alexander Silmvan, who killed
Francis A. Hanford, in Chicago, plead
not guilty to the charge. His trial has
been deterred until the October term.
Comkerce, Mo., Sept. 10 1S70.
Editor Bi llktix : Yesterday was
was the dav set for laisinir the Tilden
and Hendricks pole by the Democracy of
Scott county. Before breakfast the peo
ple bezan to flock into town, and bv 10
o'clock an immense crowd had gathertd,
all shouting tor Tilden and Hendricks.
The Charleston silver cornet band w as
present and furnished music for the oc
casion, J. 11. Bridges, F. M. Farks, K.
S. Parks and several others, not members
of the band, were also present from
Charleston. At about 10 o'clock ar
rangements were made for luiistiug the
pole, which is a magnificent one. painted
red, white and blue, and one hundred and
forty-six feet in length. At 2 o'clock p.
m.,the pole was raised, which was done
in less than five minutes' time.
It was then announced by Marshall
Arnold that the flair and streamer should
be drawn up by the oldest Democrats of
the county, who were Edward Baldwin,
Asa Foster, Thornton Ancell, Cyius
Eversol, J, H. Ranney, Judge W. P.
Woodward, W. R. Mathews and Pascall
Aucell. After these gentlemen had per
formed their duty, Marshall Arnold pro
posed three cheers for Tilden and Hen
dricks, which proposition was heartily
endorsed. After some excellent music
by tho baud, Mr. E. V.Conway, presi
dential elector lor this district, was intro
duced to the public by Mr. Arnold. Mr.
Conway, although not prepared, made
an eloquent speech, givinir the people a
true and correct history of the stained
and blotted record of Hayes and Wbeelcr.
Next was Introduced Mr. J. C. Moore, of
Charleston, ho discussed the issues of
the campaign, showing that Tilden was a
man In favor of reform and retrench
ment. T. J. O. Morrison, Democratic candi
date for state senator from this senatorial
district, was next called upon. Mr. Mor
rison's speech received manv heartv
cheers from the rrowd.
Mr. Conway was then again called
upon and made quite a length v aneteh.
He was occasionally interrupted bv one
of these would-be smart Republicans.
By a unananlmous whoon and veil.
Marshall Arnold was brought to the
stand. He excused himself, savin that
he was not prepared to speak on the oc
casion. But this had no effect on the an-
dieuce and only made the cry louder.
He then got on the stand and spoke
about forty-five minutes. His sieech
was a scathing expose of Radical misrule
and corruption, and a magnificent plea
lor Tilden and Hendricks and reform.
He concluded by saying, "that, notwith
standing the raviugs of bloody shirt or
gans and the piping tone ot Schurz &
Co., the tide ot reform had fairly set in,
and would continue to sweep onward to
a glorious victory in November, result
ing In the election of men, the grandeur
of whose character soared as high aLove
tuat ot Hayes and Wheeler as yonder tall
and stately pole towers above the Hayes
an.i wheeler paw-paw stalk across the
Iu speaking of "the Hayes and
Wheeler paw-paw stalls across the
way," he referred to a pole which the
Republicans raised some time ago.
After the address ot Mr. Arnold, Mr.
Conway got on the stand, tainted to
the Tilden and Hendricks pole and said :
"Gentlemen, that is a magnificent pole,
and Its equal is not to be found in the
State of Missouri, therefore I propose to
give three cheers for those true and in
dustrious Democrat who made it so."
Mr. AruoM then proposed a vote of
thanks to t apt. Ed. Gray, of the steamer
John B. Maude, for the using or machin
ery to raising the pole, which was
heartily responded to.
In the evening the festively inclined of
both sexes repaired to the court house
and enjoyed the Insnlrlnir At.o r.r
Charlestou string band until the atroke
of twelve warned them that they were
stealing from the Ixrd to give to Terp
sichore. nA r
Tat Amsl or Twee.
Will. M. TwmuI Mraa .... . ..
. , vm lue Sul
ou board a Spanish merchant vessel In the
DO!! Ol VilTU. Ml If .1..
proceeding are promptly entered upon,
and he arlvea In ;ew york wlthluth
next month or so, that state will give an
Increased majority f or Tilden without any
further contest. Tweed having been
prosecuted to conviction by Mr. Tilden,
Charles O't'onor and other Demo
crats of New York, was serving out tils
sentence on the 4tn ot lcceinier, last
year, when he was allowed to visit his
home In company with two officers ot tho
prison. While In the house he Vanish-il,
and has not been heard of until his arrest,
as mentioned above. In the ex
citement of the political cam
paign, he hud been almost forgotten,
but it appears now that Governor Til
den has not forgotten him. but has had
the detectives and officers alter him, and
It Is a noteworthy fact that lu nothing
Governor Tilden has said lor months has
there been any reference to Tweed. He
tore the suits 'were begun against Tweed
there was no premonition that a blow
was to be .truck at the ring, so secretly
had Mr. Tilden managed the affair, ami
even alter the llrst arrest, it was certain
Tweed had no idea that he roiild be con
victed. Sit upon the trial appeared
that Mr. Tilden and his advisers were in
possession r.ot only ol all the evidence
against the ring, bill of all the attempts
which had been made to contuse the
facts, and throw him, and his advisers
from off the scent. It not is known to this
dav how Mr. Tilden obtained the clue
to. all the robberv concealed by great
transactions and by the tl'orts of the
thieves, but it is a fact that Tweed wa
convicted: that all the Democrat iu his
ring were driven from the country ; that
only the Republicans escaped, and that
Tom Murphy was so closely pursued by
the officers that Grant was obliged to or
der him to bo sheltered on board a federal
man-of-war in New ork harbor, it Is
probable tnst tlie public will never know
the method Gov. Tilden has adopted to
pursue and entrap the wily criminal, tor
he is not tlu man to boast of w hat he has
done, or to tell how he did It. The dis
patches represent that the utmost con
sternation fe felt in New York in conse
quence of the arrest, and the expected
rendition f Tweed. It i understood
thst he i? broken iu pnre. spirit
and hope, and he niu.t be con
vinced by this time that it Is
hopeless to longer light against Gov. Til
deii's combinations. The only Demo
crats In opposition to Mr. Tilden now are
those engaged in the Tweed ring, and
any revelations he may make will injure
the Republicans and expose their collu
sion with him.
On the other hand, the administration
at Washington will have something to
say before Tweed is brought to I his coun
try, and it is possible that the red tape at
Washington may be so used as to defeat
the governor in his efforts. It will uu
douotedlv ruin the Republican party if
Twed is brought back and confesses,
while it is apareut tht only confession
can mollify the severity of his punish
ment. Ot course tbe administration un
derstands its position thoroughly, and
will not fail to guard as completely as
possible against the danger. state ll?i-
I.uaraa at Carboutlale.
(I rum the St. Lorn '1 iiucs.)
RADICAL KXTIU slASM ON PATER.
To i ii e Editor ok hik Times: I ii the
Qlvbe-Vrmucrat ol Monday, the lllth, a
correspondent writing from this place
says that Gener! Logan, iu his speech
delivered at Carbondale last Saturday, al
luded to Hon. W. J. Allen in tbe most
"scathing manner." Such Is not the tact.
Men of undoubted veracity who were
C resent at Logan's harangue my that
e did nut allude to Judge Allen,
either directly or indirectly. The bitter
Radicals hereabouts were tlx iug to have
I.ogan attack Judge Allen, but the for
mer knew better than to do so. 'Ihe
Globe-Democrat' correspondent at this
place Is a wild young man of seventeen or
eighteen years ot age, and bis statements
are often very unreliable. In fact, the
young gentleman ou suine occasions
stoops to deliberate lies, and it it were
not for his age and et itain other circum
stances by xxhich he i-i surrounded, he
would be severly repri manded by the
lovers of truth and fair play.
He tells another untruth in his article.
He says there were upwards ot a.JKKt peo
ple to hear Logan, xvhen the most en
thusiastic Republicans admit that 1,00
will cover the number iu attendance, in
deed, one or two of Login's warmest
friends declare in disgust that S00 would
cover the number. When it is remem
bered that two-thirds of the audience
consisted of negroes, women and chil
dren, the disgust of the Radicals is not
to be wondered at. Old ('itize.v.
Carbondlk, ill., Sept. 12.
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lie ware of counterfeit and base imita
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OREitra l ine mi.el i anN. with nuinf. 1" ct..,
vjioi-t paid. L,. JoNK-tct CO., Naas.au, N. V.
in KHlKlon nntl Aarirulliiml Week
lira lltll-rirr . 'eiel for Catnlnitne on the
l.i-t Plan, ror Inlorntatlou, Hiplreei,
GEO. P. R0WELL CO.. 41 Park Row,
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A rwyuUrlT rt.nM tal tYllr qualitiM pbralcikti ini iky
Mt'UlucWafisl, tva hi rr: ilJ iws.
Cure, all fornw of PRIVATE.
ULg.NIC aud SEXUAL DIS-
Spermatorrhea aud Impoteucy,
Ui rMult of In v"'1 '""ii i iu ri a -
turT jsra. i t,tli r t an-, m l .rluH iijar mrur cf tdr M
fr'ViSC i-nniiUt-., tnWml r ni.ii 'nitfM ti.n-
-llM-tr Kinitlt.u K 4x-rv.n l-h.B-i.i,
uarrikfo lruT"a'f Hj' f tLvrw.ltlt mu- ttu-t-uVf
t'irl, SYPHILIS cwirtl fttiltij.
X1t J t,,,m lUv Gonorrhea.
QLT. HtvWiir. Unltuia. Hrru... ijt Ku(.bi.u
Pil- a itd '.tt- r i-rtvatc li'm-ca t,iti. St -uie..
It i rlf-vnWlit Uiftl a -tjTslrlAM ti- li 11 M"aT'n
Orrtam l.-s-a- and irva'iti tl.njii.la tuii t
tlf, av tiirr- atTftt ktl. Vt xK'iaii- ! Ir tin fx1 .ltiu
r oninte-ti j -i -.us Ui uiT cr , U i,-u II I" lu U rtilrbt 1
!:! llie i Ity for lrrtui'Ut, m-tH hn -B rtt .rat. t
axb-1 tilly lf itiilor mxtm muj a ?.ttt.
Curen Guaranteed In all Canes
.U'ti.tii'.i. i !. oftHr r V-lur ! ai 1iitI.-I.
('Utf mwuhit Kbit rrr-a).ii'1 u-v m-tif ctib-ULtiaJ.
Of 200 !.(, ftnl Ut iT ftd1tr axturvlT ft tkirff
i! vruio. Mi-tiH r-H. .r ftll. Ailina aa !..
Il A nill II A W AriHlu-trKjorkra
I fllIIIIfllF V9 private euuuaof
a rm m m n m mm w
to II luamrd a oil niar
flllinP oftlMatauainairiu, IU ftbuava.
lllllllC rM aiwfrw tn L
m m a cwuct ol rvprudurtiua ( buw lo
truly tiabfj n. Ui oiam-J rtltUun. Mala abd It-uuiie,
yuunf auo uudtll ayrl abuuid rtmd ud prievm it ; it
iwuutua Uiturnmtiun, vhtrfa uo one can at! ore lu b With
cut oo hu tu prrrv th health, and cuoipU'Xum, aad
natfeahl tin lla tnmtr
at i veto tadt-d chrka tiia tmhi
cnlv trua Marnu (junta in tLm urid
: ut brtf at.a
bf Mad. l h author inay t cutu.t-d paraonajiy ar
n.ail un tujr of thamhircta miitODd in Lia vurk I linai
ir. A. U VaaUV a W4 V
w T)B. BOHAff UTAlV-fc
Mamav t.utu- ihuatralnj
wan i uutfroLueriirravtbg.,
Iruin lift l. arht i all tiim.
uiiifitlvr auo.d ai
t wiirti,,p Jblarna
d kuuff on
I A yi aiu nt-.a:ioria ol th
I! kind of DiaMftfi, with hur.drtd. f auab!a tt-cvMt.
mho ahuula niarTv.th in.fM-dimniia to frmrriaff. thir ha
turt aud cure. Traton a.l li ttii.v f-titiaioibii thnr
t-aut.. aymptorn and m-ari to rur ; it i iheutiir n-ali
acietttifir ora tMhf krd rsrt puh nhni t.. i ( tjrr.pK
In enr rpx-t. tw-nt ir-ur; araM un rrr .pt of tn ria.
AddrrM. Ir V A K..H4Nna:- y, ortu llttt $UtJL
(how da shine)
A GREAT nisnnvrpv
llytlteuBol which every family may -ivr
their l.iiifn tt,t l.rillia.., ... i:.t. ...i... . ...
. lici-uiiar ui uuv
lullftilrv arfYir kul. ... isi. I l. . .
j M.,i,K iijiiraui laoor in trout
hik, more Uiaa iu mure toot. VS artantitl.
Bold By Sruggiiti and Oroctri Zrerywbara
ask roit ixjKui.vs'.
DOBBINS, BROS. & CO., 13 N. 4th St.
e i:4-tlJtw-m. PhiUdttluhta.
The Grand Pacific Hotel,
Ono of the Safest and Most Fleas-
ant Hotels in America.
Having all the ilirteront fisfcKimriU A(rain.tt
tic, iimaKa it uruciicjtiiv i re-nroot. 11mm i
cviitly uiiiIitl'oih.. riunnivi- i Illlll'll.lllfltM U
iarK amouui tu new luruitiire adilcl, oiaklriK
il one ol the most el, irunil v t'iirnii.liMl Iii.imU ii,
tli country anj the eulire IjuiMiDK rwltvo-
raien io a aiyie, iimt lor heauty of tlein, aur
iaeaanylhinK ol the kinJ iu the worm.
1 he Trnlilution of the hotel la nerfi-ct. luivinir
every modem iiuiirovemeut.
Cost of Hotel, $1,500,000.
Cost of Furniture, $400,000.
Orcuplea nn rntire Mquitrw, IihvIiikh
iruiiiveui i,ti.u leet.
N'llinlier of rooms. IiOJ: aulta r rmmu u in.
hatha coiinecttnir. '1 aie of iiarlora. Iiik.io
ltl; uiie of graml tlioDiiiK-rooju, l4"u; aixe
ol ia'luV piuiiitnu'U', ljnx:iiij auv ,,i olloe
I'liceof rooms, with Itounl, tl.ui, II.M, l
$1. "At aoil t lcr lay, accoiil
wg to localiou.
The table au1 service umurjiasBitt, la.-iny the
humti lu all.
A KKOriTION will be made from Ihe
aliove jirtt ea in iiartiea remaining a Nkhk or
more, anj Ihoae tleairing to vittit the Kxioi
lion tluring tbe Itionlli of Keptemlier.
t yiUx.mii ean lie atcuretl, atatiug jiriceo o
aauie, hv 'IVIeKraiih, al our rxpenxet
JOHW B. DKAKK a CO., Proprietor i.
The It. ft U. lUilroa.t ( V lunula I The lle.l
Agiiculiiual au 4 block Cotiutiy lu America!
GOOD LANDS IN A GOOD CLIMATE
l-ovr ,ricc. Ituig 4'retlit. Ixw Fare autt
Freight. I'rvtiiiuiut ur ltiiirovineata. Kree
faaa lu Lt"l lluyett. IJ-Fot lull iarticulars,
apply lo ii. A at. U.K. Co., JJutliuglou, loaa
P"aTi tt .
a saraw aj . , J a av r i
BIXTII STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures hla own Hora 8boa and
emu Aaeura Oood Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED
MT. OARBON(Blg Mudily)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
arompiiv aiienaea to.
Hop-To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITT COAX COatPAMT.
l"lfalliilay Bro a office, No. T'J Ohio I.eve.
rllairitlay Hro 'a wharf boat.
If" At Kxyiitian Mills, or
lJ"At tUd Coal Dump, foot of TlilltV-klKlitl;
t-PoKt Offlre tlrawer.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The eleg-aut ahle-wtni-1 atcaiuri
WaLTEH II. l'aNNIMMTONM...n. Munlel
lllihl.K rEN.NINl.TuN I Ulk
Will leave a!ro every W t UN K.' Li A V at H
o'clock i. m.
1 hf fleet aieaiut r
lla.i IIoWaru Master
ho IlloUAa I. .hi
leaves I kiro etrry All itli.VV.
ta h boat inaken rloae uoiineclioua at Calru
With url-cla learuera for t l.oun, Mein
ptii anil New ttrlcana, ami at Kvanaviile wtlb
the t JC. K K lor all otiinla North au.l r.al,
anilwahlbe Ixjuiaviile Mail Meamera fok.al)
poiuU oo the l'iier Ohio, ivtnir Ihroutrhre
eelj.ta on frehr hi aul l aiaeiiert lo all point
ror Hither iuforiuation apply to
MJl.. MLtl(, l'aaiieiitfer Aa.iit.
HAI.LIDAV BKOS , .,,M
J. M. 1-HILUfS, j AtuU
Or to U J. (iUAU.uKK,
-iiru.tm.leiit au (jaiierttl freight Amnt,
t-:i--Ai-l. Kvanaville ln.lii.na.
CUHMINSlOa HI.KC HAITN.
STRATTON 9t BIRD,
AQENT8 AMKHIOAN POWDER OO
57 Ohio Levee.
BOX and BASKET CO
AU kiuda (bard ami aoft,)
flooring, smusra, lath, &o.
Mill ud Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
G. D WILLIAMSON,
AJitl flvaler ill
Ha. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL aiUutioi livcatocoaiig-umeDUaal
No (Ml ulito Uvea.
T . If.
(OITICB OS PAELOS)
(Until you fcava tata tni tried ur naw)
HEAD Or LIGHT
(A8 WE GUARANTEE FOR IT)
(Pertect ccmtmstici of rnel aM Oases,)
( latUiz liuit or io Scot or (Mr.)
( rust-Lite mi wiiii emu mm u uu rui,)
(GIVING A TERV STR0G
A.D I'MFORM HEAT.)
Amt t)e eonatroetlonof the Rtntre la an .Imple tliat
Iti. lrt. whlcliare aipoael lo laleiiae lieal eau
be eaallv and qulrkly replaced at a .aiall cwt bv
Uiemoat Inezperteiieed tieraott. W'e are Uaere
rtire conMciit tliat Ilia IIEADUUIIT la
(l uetjuauvil la Urn apeclal poluu or)
(Great Heating Capacity,)
(Economy In Prlca.)
Tor Trice LUti addreaa
Excsisioft Kisuricmx coxrx
612, 614,616 & 618 N.HliB Street;
ST. LOUIS, MO.
C. W. HENDERSON.
' t-w.-.,t.t n.A w
wees mm io :m the the:
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor 12 OO Per Day
Spaclal Rata by Weak or Month.
A liliilteil Dtimtier ol very ilei-iralile taiull)
rooina eau be venire. I al ri annual. lo late, lor Hit
I lie M t barlea i Hie larye.t an. I lst aiiK)iul -e.
Houne io houlLeru llltuoia, au.l la Ilie leati'ia
lioti I in t airo Nolw llliatauitiiifr the ' -Be it
Hot a" retluclion In ri-ea, Hie lalile will, a
unual , be lilwraliy auilietl witli Ilia na.in
of everTlbing tliat tan I lounil lu mar 11
l lue larire ainile room lor coiniiaib.iajj trav
elers, on Krotinil lloor, Ireeoft harg
C"fAll bai-iniireol friieala roiivr)l(iaiiilroiu
lue hotel wittioiil t liatire.
JKH klTWliruIK O ,
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE.
City national Bank Building, up-ataira.
?b Oldeat EaUbUabod A-enoy tn Boat
ra Illlnola, repreaeutluk ovr
165 000 OOO
Blake & Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints. Oils. Varnishes.
Vall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, ito.
Alwar on band, tlie celebrated llluntlnatlng
Oornar ElTnth S treat aad Waahina-
Southern Dintriot of Illinois. -Sfl. AtOair llt
I tli day of Augunt, A. 1. l7ti.
'l'be uoilersigned bertby ivea notlr t
b'a uppointiueBt al aa.ignee of Wataoa li.
Kockwell, laloof Cairo, lu tbe Couoty of
Alexander and Mate ol Illinois, w ithin .aid
tlistrit t. wbo baa been ailjud''el bankruut
upon bis own jietition by the district com t
ot aaid diatrtot. OKOKUK KJSUKH,
Alitf lJdJVtr Aaaixne0.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
etwaan Waahlnitoa and Ooaanaarolai
Avanuea, adjolnlaa Hannr'a.
KKKP8 for aale tbe beat Bee, Park. Mutton
Veal, Lauib. 8aueaf. Ao. . aca la lira
pra4 k af feiultlaa ta aa aooewtalilf inIh