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CYEU3 bToDKBLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
' ' For Preiiiet.l,
atrri. j tii.m.,
i f N-w Yma.
Tii-tHi a. iirximiMt-i.
of Imlittn i.
While mucli iiuy le a.-i-"i!ijHs!ie.l ?
tlion metl.orts. it iwgbt n. ur.r,' ilt l;i-ivo
xp f '-tion If I withhold li.-rc the PXjUf -niun
of my i-nnvl tion that no rt lorm of iln
civil -r.l'e in this c iio'.ry wil! Im con
pltte and p?rmsnr,t until its rli'd rntu'is-trati-
tsc) ri:uloinil!y i ilifiod it r
c.rction; r Turrit? let? liavitu rpt:i -I
fxporeA tne fnti!ity or-clf-impns,i rc-iri.-tions
by ( Mnili'f rr iucntHtrnt.
Throngh thl A.ilrmniiy only can lie be el-f-ctual!y.li'Hvervt
irnm bisfrrcatjst 'cmj' O
tioD to m su9 tlm porr ami p.tlivi:rio
with wbin tho Exec-iilivi- i nrrrs-tiily
charged. From Snnvirl ,T. TiUlru's left-r
of teo.f plntH''-
The noM.-r motives r.t imuiMiiir mnuir
wllb the materia', interests of all in m-uir-Ing
that every olist.irie be n inovrd to a
lompkte anil ifuisMe reeciii-i!i.itin le
twern kiu.li'il populations onee imii.ttiir
ally e-trnnired.on the Itjsu reooirtiizptt by
the St. Louis platform, of the "con-titutioii
of the Toiled States, with Its anjemlmtuts
nnivcraslly accepted its a final settlement
of the controversies which encendcred rivil
war." Bat, in aid of a result so benetic -lent,
the moral influence ot every good citizen, ns
well as every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their jut equality before UiHaw, 'iiit like
wise to establish a cor. Hal fntemlty and
good wi'.l among tit:zrt, whatever there
race or color, who arc now united in the
one destiny of a tomiimii Mslf-government.
I( the duty shall he asiinU t me, I should
ot fail to exercise Ihe power with which
the Jaws and the rouMitiiliun of our coun
try clotho it ibicf maiji.-lrate, to protect all
its citizen, whatever thetr former condi
tion, in every political and personal right.
From Samuel .1. Tilden's letter of aecejw
We denounce the l-iimitiit chiufc
nf the. net of 1875, ami uv ( if. -mnnd
it repeal. XiiliomO I inorti(ir
Sc rifn thf fruit of ,'uli(tfi un
gathered fr the it' of thf tniU'r, th it
they orr not Kaxtfl ly thf prujlifjury
fraud or peculation
agent. Gov. Til'Iiu.
of Iour rn'bh'r
tiovKR.v.OK Wisk di'.-d on the 12tli in-it.
I'. right jrretM snakes have lound
in the Black Hills.
Tub irubernatorial canvass in Teniies-l-c
U U-comina exciting.
The HadiiUil trouble in iJiii'llx rt'n dis
trict is not likely to cud, and will be (he
range of pending a Deinocrat to roiijfresf .
Yei.i.ow ft-ver htill prevail in Suvuu
nali, The bi-nevolt-nf nsociatin asks
aid for the sick and distil utc.
The Republican la ijority in Vermont
ia been reduced from 25,319 in 1S72, to
23,527, and in Maine from 17.210 to 1J,
000. The IVoria Dtuio-rut charges tbatt'ul
lotn in the days of the lVkiu whibky
rinjf rewived a "crooked" Income trom
that Rource of 1,(00 per month.
llrroRiEiti are refused Bdiijittaiiefi to
the Fremont records. The llepublicans
nra responsiblo tnr thi. Hayes' infamy
was so glaring tltat they di rermined to
hide the record.
Governor Coke vetoed a bill passed
by the Texas legislature authorizing sher
iff's to shoot any person ugainst w hom any
of1ene is ailetred, il he ihould tail to halt
or surrender when called upon.
Many colored men in the South say
that the I reedmeiiN bank swindle oj n-f-d
their eyes to the dishonesty of the lie
publican party manegvrs, and will Le
the cau-e of tl.oiwhi.d tl otei- being
turned to Demoer&tic candidates.
i imhback r.-ceivci lo,is;.w irom
the llepublicau senate, then abandoned
the canvass in Louisiana and started
North. When Tineli left be said : "The
Republican party can go to h 1; in my
opinion It won't have tar to go."
I x the battle of Little Big Horn, ten
I'nited States battle llas were captured
by the Indians. Gen. 'Uster had with
him in that fatal action his old division
tig aud regimental standards, which tell
Into the lianas of sitting Bull and bis
JHEraducah JWjsays; -David T.
I.lnegar, of Cairo, will, bv invitation,
make a speech to the citizens of ritten.
dco, Kentucky, on the 'iM inst. Mr. Liu-
'gar is a tine speaker, and having re.
ceuily joined the party oj Tilden. Hen-
drlcks and Reform, his utterances uie
highly appreciated by big iHMiwcratie.
I he Memphis AealaitcU ay : "The
champion lunatic of the year hat turned
up In the office of the Baltimore Vatttte,
IU U the author of a remit editorial
that Journal advising, In connection with
Secretary Taft'a circular of Instructions
to United butea marshals, that I he mar
sUalsand auxiliaries should everywhere
TfC faU Ljr foroe tliat bayonet should be
TroiiU-o! with bayonet. Men anxious to
Jnfot4 a lew years to industrial pur-
auilsliulde the walls of state prisons
abould adopt this Baltimore lunatic's ad
Mi.xn u mi s t m.r.H.
It was throe wi-cks vestcrday t-lnce the
disclosures ot Tildcn's Ineonii-tHX per
jury were lirst mmle piiblir, and yet the
"Boss Keformer" hadn't explained the
ir.attiT yet. Poeslie mean to take as
much time to ilo n as he did in treltllK
up his lettter i.rac.cplanv'.'-S7i?.' it-
And what has Hayes been lining the
past two veek to clear hh name from
the charpe of perjury and Appropriating
a dead mail's money The- ehircs nre
put so fair nnd square that they surround
him witli the jjrap of Iron. There U no
escape for him. and we think It a piece
of mendacious check f"l the Journal,
in view ot the situation of Kuther
ford B. to nsk why Samuel ,1. Inn not ex
plained. The ililb renco lietween Hayes
and Tiidon's tax charges i this : An e
aniination ot the records hearing upon
Hayes' taxes, means conviction: nnd ot
Tiidon's, a positive acquittal. U"liy docs
Hayes not tell what became of the dead ile
serter's money? Will any sane man he
licV" that he i!rs not know how it was
rpprnpri itcil, and yet all the other 1m l
dci'tsofthi' execution nre fresh in bii
1 lion AS Al I.KM. I M.
The assertion ol Thomas Alb n,
practical tighter, hnd champion of nil the
I'nited Slates, that lie retires trom the
prize ring because It is impossible lor
It tin to get fair play In this eouotiy, will
no doubt l- very damaging to the repu
tation of Die nation. The Kentucky mili
tia;, a southern organization, is responsi
ble f'r this calamity to the government,
and fchould he looked alter Im lre the
election. We are now satisfied the coun
try is going to the devil. Torn should
have had a fair tussle with Inc. am) l en
permitted to smack him on the jaw"
when he lay prone upon the ropes. The
gleam of a pistol w arned Thomas Allen.
Esq.. etc , thai this government would
not give him fair play, and he therefore
hit easy nn.l foul, lost the stake, sdied
tears w hile talking to a reporter, and now
bolls the country responsible for his
bad luck. Kentucky must rouie to the
nation's rescue nnd board Thomas and
Joseph lor nt least one year, nnd cause
Tom to quit calling the I'nited States a
CARI. Krill RZ.
A story is in circulation to ihc r fleet
that Carl Schurz, who In discussing the
civil service question in Indiana, made
many strictures upon Grant's adminis
tration, has been requested by the na
tional campaign committee of the Re
publican party to either abandon that
course, or quit the stump in Indiana. In
substantiation of this story it is said,
that in his speec h at Crown Point, he re
marked that he w as too ill to discus
the civil service question, nor did he tit
ter one word about Grant or the adminis
tration. If the story bo true, we have
the spectacle belore us of a powerfu
party leader made to abjectly submit to
the rod that is held In a strong hand at
Washington. Sehurz.'a speech nt Crown
l'oint. deprived of its sting, proved tame
and uninteresting. Still another story
is current, that Schurz, in a communi
cation, said that the Ohio Germans were
Democratic, and that he feared Indiana
would go for Tildon.
MO CHILD'S) PI.AV.
Speaking of the disgraceful bayonet or
der, General Sherman said : "There will
be no child's play or parleying. The
soldiers will shoot." They may thoot
peaceable southern people who are anx
ious to deposit Democratic ballots, but
their shooting at Indians did not pan out
as well as might have been exiected. If
soldier will shoot, they should be put
where they can shoot at enemies of
the country now in arms and holding in
their possession battle nags and standards
stained with the blood of their dead com
rades. We do not want our southern
brothers shot down hers u so they believe
tint a change of administration will add
materially to the wealth of their section,
and to the interest of the whole couqlrj'.
AN IIOVKfcr Itf PI III.K nil TOH
It is bound to come to this nt last.
Every honest Republican will soon lie
compelled to acknowledge that Hayes
has sworn to tal-e tax returns. The Ot
tawa R'ptbU-in publishes the following
m Its opinion on the tax charges :
The charges against It. II. Hayes of
cheating the government and ot irjury,
proven on lus ow n outn, are liavm? their
ellect on th honest men of the Bepubli-
ill! imil . J lit? i iiuiprs ni ' njit i illi , iij
the point, rt'id o to show I be "true in
wardness" of the. Republican party.
Neither Hayes nor any ot his friends dis
pute the fui tt. They are absolutely estab
lished by the record as well as by the
oath of Hayes biuwclt. If there is a jus-
liticaWou U Is the easiest thin In the
world to make It. Evasion won't do.
I I LLS rut: I LI..
Il lie-ins to be suspected that the . hi-
I c;g. Tum is edited by Tilden's Bureau
in .w ion,, mere is certain lv a
strong llavor of Tilden's "barrel of
money ' In Its knaviah assault s on Gov.
Hayes. State Jvurnal.
All the charges ugainst H.iyi s. of per
jury, preferred by the wen; taken
from the records of the Fremont court
Il the assaults ot the'Wi are knavish,
what were the assaults oi the Republican
new spapers "three weeks yesterday if"
I ilden tax matters answer lur them
selves, but Hayes' are of Mich a damag
ing nature that his character Is blackened
with perjury ol tho most despicable
TIIE.M.W TOIIK TICKKT IIII II.
Hon. Lucius Robinson was nominated
tor governor of New York, in tho place
Ot Horatio Seymour, bv the Democratic
in Ltate convention that met at Saratoga on
the Mth inst. Horatio Seymour was
made elector at large to till the place re
signed by John Kelly.
ttr.si tsi i xttt.
The Lowell convention yeterduy noin
limted Ben Butler for congress on the
first ballot. Three candidates were in the
field. Out of a total ol l.x; votes Butler
The ftlubflti'Wat's Clnrlnnnll sh
cl.il telegraphs as follows: "The
morning pnpers report Unit Carl Schui
has Imcii withdrawn from I he canvass be
cause of the unsatisfactory character !
his speeches, 'I bis Is not correct. When
Mr. Schurz opened his campaign nt Cin
cinnati, the OUif-lUmf.-r,it briefly criU
ciscd his speech, by saying I hat II was
not ndapted to the necessities t the cam
paign. The national executive commit
tee entirely agnes with this opinion, nnd
have notified Mr. Schurz to this elici t.
Mr. Scbnrz 1ms not been withdraw n from
the einvass, however, although in going
out ot his way to abuse the iiihnlni -tra-Hon,
he clearly violated the spirit of his
agreement with the national committee."
Tin: raduriih A'.-.eu: "We were un
able to attend the spcnkitig nt Brooklyn
last Saturday, though we particularly
desired to do so. John ( i h and Mr.
Wntkins nre both old acquaintance", and
we have not listened to their eloquence
for a long lime. Wenietold, however,
that they both made most excellent
speeches, nnd larexecided the expecta
tions of iheir audience. There was n
good crowd and they nil enjoyed the
speeches and the barbecue.
We extract the l.illnw inif dispUch,
dated Cairo, from the ilvb''lfiinH'rat;
The new Democratic senatotial conven
tion lor this district w ill be held at .loncs-
In no on Moiidav next. It u believed that i
neit In r Tow ties nor Albright will w ith
draw, and that Dave I. inegar, the reiie
gai c Republican, will - nominated in
the place of Ohcrly, who dci-iim d to ac
cept the nomiuaiion of the o'ber cot'iVeii
ti..n." 1 -H U.I. WAiHUI KN died .'It I.'lVi !lll"ie,
-Maine, last Friday. He was father of
Drael Washburn, ex-governor ol Maine;
Elibii, of Illinois, minister to Fiance;
C. C, governor of Wisconsin , and four
others, one lor a long time minister to
rnr.aguay, one prominent in Wisconsin
politics; and two less well-known citi
zens of Maine. He died alter having
lived nearly a century, and certainly
made his mark in the I'nited States.
I r is believed the Minnesota bank rob
bers have escaped.
From our rcsu!ar Correspondent.!
riui.APU.rniA. Sept.. f, InC.
It was thought that the dog days were
over; but that the dog-star Is in the ascend
ant, and that every dog has his day. is
evident from the attention they are nt
tracting just now at the centennial expo
sition. There are 722 dogs here on exhi
bition ! hat a harvest there would be
tor the pound master ; or, if they should
be Inqiounded, what necessity for the
1'hiladelphia Dogberry ; lor the capture
of one ol these dogs would involve a law
suit, legal dogmas, and illustrate the dog
matisui ol the litigants. It one of them
should die like u dog, it would be a tit
subject lor doggerel lor not one ot them
is a plebian dog; they are the descendants
ot a long line ot illustrious ancestors,
having in their veins streaks of noble
blood, their ow ners valuing them at lig
ures in the thousands. This is a sad pun
ning ; but what can one hope, even by the
most dogged efloit, to make ol such a
subject? Excuse me for omitting the elo.
quel.t expletive of your childhood
"Dog-gone;" resign yourself doggedly
to the remainder ot t luts letter, and con
sider yourself a "lucky dog" tha. you
have not the odium ol its authorship.
The animal show is highly appreciated
by breeders, fanciers, and even the
ladies manifest a keen interest in
it, shown by their amorous dem
onstrations toward some of the
pretty little canines; these, have been
kissed and fondled, and their long red
tongues have licked the paint troui nisny
a fair perfumed face. The den ol seven
hundred ot these yelping, barking, howl
ing and whitiinir quadrupeds of every
age, tex and breed, sounding every note
in the gamut, Ironi the honest watch
dog's sonorous bark to the petulcnt
yelp of the lady's poodle, makes it livelj
for the Quakers of West I'hiladelpliia.
On Tuesday tin re wn ; a taste r winter,
atld the delicate dog, were uncomfort
able, shivering in spite of their luxurious
There are at present in the horse show
two hundred and forty-six animals, id
which one hundred, and seventy-six arc
from Canada, mainly ln.ni the Province
of Ontario. The Canadian exhibit em
braces some gigantic specimens of the
I'crdieron breed, and these attract more
attention from a large number nf visitors
than do some Fmallei, but more valuable
horse ,i. Conspicuous ainoiii; the trotters
is the Royal Harry, fioni Prince Edward
Island. He is seventeen hands high, live
years old.and wa sired by Prince Harry
with Lady Dexter. Among the heavy
draught stallions Is the Canadian horse
Dom Donald; he is a collossal "nnlrniil,
pulling the Males at '2,200, which is, 1
believe, live or six hundred pounds
above the weight of the heaviest
horse. There are many ruber horses
distinguished in npiiearaiice, and lor
the prufs they have w on at other lairs
lost these promt, powerful, prancing
animals on their daily parade, arranged
according to classes and breeds, moving
around the ring to strains of martial mu
sic, Is a superb and inspiring spectacle
Gov. Haiti anil, of Pennsylvania, 1
on exhibition in this department, and
yesterday, while driving two tine and
spirited colts around tho ring, one ot
them became unmanageable, got his leg
over the tongue, and fell, tumbling the
Vehicle and its occupants, the governor
and tho chic! ot the bureau of agrieul
lure, upon tne grouuu. ine latter was
considerably bruised, but Gov. Hartranll
sprang to his feet unhurt, and both gen
tlemen received the congratulations ot
President Grant and ix-Secritary of the
Navy, Boric, who were present.
yesterday a competitive trial of
fire cugines from various manufactories
took place ; very appropriately when the
city Is lull of firemen Horn all pails oi the
country. There wen visiting the city
forty-lives companies, represent hi;: the
Stnteg of I tela ware. New Yoik, Pctinyl
vnnia, 'Virginia. Concetieut, Indiana.
Mrt.ssathii.sctt.s, J.otii. iana, and Jji;- Prov
ince of Nova Scoiia. The llrrne n' pa
rade was a gr.ind pageant, Kqoiilug
an hour to pass a given point. It is es
timated 1 1 lit t there were "i.thl) men in the
procession. Among them Were I he n in
iiants of sione. l I Pbila lelphi'l tire com
panies, with the Miper.inusted and -uper-seded
mnchinis ol the good old limes.
Inventions have made hut litte improve
ment in firemen, but the Kilt and burnish
1 engines of to-ilny nre In mnikcd con
trast with the piimilive extinguishing
contrivance. As the old volun'ccr and
unpnid heroes ola hundred long im ;:ttcii
llrcs, anil lmos( as many lo! and brick
bat lights with r 1 compan'ic, niatclnd
along, they w r.' einttd with an almo-t
continuous ovation ol applau-e. The
r'u.'i and iiieuioiie- nf their mo-t youth
ful days seeiivd t be levive 1, f..r at
every convcnn nt pl.i t-tl.cy inih ! te. Ii
nicaliv and dot pu !
n titrk ln'w iliii t
(ii.n u.'xi.-t. i j
'1 he Republican party has ore anied
the Aiiiei'n au Alliaei e, lor the pur o- s
ot evil inir mid ii;tlam'mr Hie spirit o
K now Nuoi liin-rjM ) :as- ulu ;i v - e
isi in that party and w l.icli lias hcen
more or less prominent as Uie cxicm-ii s
of the ealnpalU set tiled to (lelilatel. In
this Mate. esnei.;lly, the Know NotliiML;
pnrly was the fonndation of the 1;. pulili-
caii parly, and the In -t state ticket tl.e
Republicans elected ill Illinois was cm
posed i:i ai;o part, if not entirely, nf
candidates hrouehr into the i,
tV the duk lantern oiL'Mii.ili'Ui.
The bi-t t hited SlaOs sen
at.ir which ih'' Ri'publieaiis evi r l'ct
cd in this -I i:e was Rn bai l i a. -. :;nd
his cleciinii was due to the "ii t 1 1 : t ),,
eouiMncI the strength oi both tho-r
p.ulles. II n. S. M. Cuiloin. HiC llepllb
liean caii'lidale for goyei iii r, iii.e! - hi
lirst entry into polities in 1 ,y ! i
elettid to the legislature a a ;iieliilate
ot the American party.
The Know Nothing party has now
brcn revived, and Hayes, the KepnlOiean
cnnlidate for president, is a UK m'-er of
the order, in full connection, as the
documents we have already publish
ed show. Tin! orgaiiialiou also
exists in this state, and one of
the principal leaders of it is to be
found in the otlbv of ( ol. Geo. II. Har
low, the Reimblicnn secretaiy of state,
who is a candidate for rveic tion. It will
be remembered that Harlow was the
leader in the old I'nion Lenjiue, and he
seems to have u special liki.ig lor oath
bound political societies, seT( t ineetin;s.
atul undergroun.l proeeedini's generally.
It was hojH'd thai when the old Know
Nothing party was defeated by the Dem
ocracy the idea ot proscription and of na
tional prejudice was banished from Amer
ican polities, but it npears that this idea
is prominent in the He publican party, and
that it will be acted upon so long as that
E. F. Iiunkel flitter Vl inr of Iron
has never been know n to fail In the cure of
weakness, attended with syiii;,toins ; indis
position to exertion, lo-s of memory, iiitli
tulty of hreathini, generii! we ikm-s-, horror
of disease, weak, nervoiis treuiblinj,'. dread
ful horror of death, niIit wests, ci.lJ Ictt,
weakness, liinmss of v:.-r;ri, languor, uni
versal lasMiuilu ot the n,ii-c:i!ar system,
enormous appeiite w.tu ls,tj,ti; njmp
toms, kot hands, Uifhii ol tho hoiy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid eullt,.pa c and
eruptions on the f.u e. purily in; the blood,
pain iu the back, )ieaintss ol tLe cyelidn,
fremirut hlack spot- tl . in l elore the eyes
wi:h temp )rary sntli-ioii a'i'l In-.s of swlit,
want ol nttenlon, et;. Thc-e s mptciiii
all arise from a wi akn . ai;"l to r- iutdy
that, ue K. F. KuijlvciV I'.itttr Wine of
lru. Il never tail-. Thousands, arc. now
criovinir lipalth who hae used it. Take
on'ly'K. P. Hunkers.
hewsra of counterfeits and b:i-9 imita
tions. As KuiiUel's Hitter Wine of Iron is
so well knotvn all over the country, .Irntr
Kists tiiem-t lvt-s liinke u itnitation and try
to sell it otl to their custf'Uitrs, w hen :hty
call for Kunkel's Hitter Win of Iron,
Kunkei's Hitter H ine of lien is put up
only in i t.oltli . ami ha a yellow w rapper
nicely put on the ou'.sn with the pro-I-rtetor'B
photograph on tb wrapper of
each Uot'le. Alwuvs look for the photo
jrrsph on ihe outsfds, and you Will always
be nro to f;st tho genuine. One dollar pt i
lKttle, or six for '). Sol 1 by drogue-! and
ALL WORM KKMOV Kl A LI VK.
K. P. Kunkel's Worm s-yrnp never falls
to destroy Pin Svnl and s'uauncli Woi im,
Dr. Kuntcl, the only HiiccL-stn ihy-irian
who removes Tapo Worm io two hours
u'lve, with be id, ami no ( v until i. i.iovuil,
Common sense teaches that II Tape Worm
be leuioved, all other worm can Up readily
destroyed. Send n r circular to Dr. Knn
kel, No. 2.'0 Jsoitli Ninth street, Philadel
phia, 1'a., or call on your (Iruis'. and asl,
for a t.oitle of Kuiikel's Worm )iop.
Price, tl.isi. It Lever lail.
en lr ii u Ih I IscnrkioiiislH.
Will, of course, Wi.li to et; all the nights
eoiiif.irt'd.ly ami t in ii.l) . To this end the
CANADA SOI TULIiN R'V Cd.Ml'ANV
bur, through its t onnuclloiis In tne Ve-
and Northwest, place. 1 on sale a lari;e
number ol 'foinisr.-.' Pm t k-ion Tick his
at greatly reduced r it . by w hieh pas.se n-K-rs
cau not only visit ihe ciiteimial '.x
lubitiuii at Pliiladilphia, hut can, in addit
ion, visit the prlmipaltastcrn citii s.withan
oppbi'luuity ol stoppini; at any ol the jjreut
nuaibt-r of famous resorts iu New vU
and I's-iir-ij Ivai.lu. 'I he (ANA DA Mil' IT!-
f.KN is the only line tiotu the west runiini:;
directly to Ni),Mra Falls', piviiuf passen.
ers, Ironi the train, a won Je rlul paiiorainie
ol tl,,; MKillTY l ' A 1' AKACT,
HOItSl'.-MliiK FALL, the CllKAT
UAl'IHS, ur..l l:imiiiii llu in directly nt the
Falls. The tra. k of the CAN AHA Hll! I II
LRN is uu air line, laid with steel rails ot
the heaviest pattern ; tin re are no curves
oryrades; w o id is ii-i d Jor fuel; Coaches
are luriii-heil with the Wim hell Paten
Ventilator, ei.urif.g puf.-ct fr.Hdom from
1 1st. Wi'li it coniiilcte system of magnif-
ecr.t l'AUI.Oft Sl.LFPINU AND DUaW-
INi LiniM t'AKS from CHICA(i
DKl'Iti il l' AM Til.i:i0, iiud Its udiiur
able inline, tions ut MAOAltA FALLS
ANi lit Ff 'ALU with tho NKW VoKK
KNTICM. AM) KUIK KAILWAVS, the
Caiia'la Southern Is fu.-t beconiing tho
FAX i KITF. LINK TO TiiK KAST. Ticket
via this popular li'n-.- can be procured at id
oillce of connecting lines, or at the com
puoy'.ow n oOlce.
Aty itiloiniatii.ii can be obtained by ad
d'BSsin Fit AN K K. fcNoW,
lii ii'l I'u.s. ail T icket Au't. DkikoIT.
XX W I IX Dtll-lMBHn.
SOUTH SWK Of EIGHTH STREE1
Botwun WMhinvton an 4 Oouuorcla
ni.vt iiif.itTIMt:si. is.
t it ov rdo-te nf :intn-f ojtiai ili iimrt s
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ninl suliiet Is Hit-..ilit ni in mml - I i -iitl. r
liifp. siiiiflr ilo '
Tnrrsnt's Celtzsr Apnnit
will i-miecl Hie m i. lily, rebovf il.c i:ini, cbi rv
ell Ihc .T. nihil j fui'-e, ii'i'l sum- sum, .tun,., N
1'lllK t 'I el lttllss. - , llivts me ciaillf Ml, 'I
tlioi i-iiIi . nnd It.- prill nil n-r mil.l j,n vi nt
lnu.-li siillt'i lnn
Mi.i ii v ,t. I. niM';i;its.
A ilnv nt linnir, Am-nts wanli l lintilt
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to f I a i In :' l'avru or cut i nun ni lloniH-
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llli'l lei i iw tl:ili :i i , 'i he KIIH1H I'll-
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v . i i.e.- t '.. l-.i'- n I ki.-., Ciinvnnlrr II
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t!,,- riv it. nt ill t in ham.-. -.-Il
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Cn Oft b '''''' '''"'le- Sinii.fs worth
tpOXO .J.4U s,; ,, ,v V ,.:.,..v.
Of!Ww I in' n.io-l '
Is V. lltl III.IM '. I" I t-
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in i'.iliKlimi i.il V c fit iitltn.'tl 'let,,
li' Hull price ',. i i.t il , oio oi, .,.
l.c-t I'iitti. f or mt'orin ill'.ii, itil'lr,---,
GEO r. K0WKT.I. U Co., 41 Park K'.w,
: w tmiii,
37 Court Fiaco, LOUiSiLLE; XV
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Cnres all f.iri(f r 5 riC-VATK,
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Iu i ffty liy li 1 1 w exjint i im ;rrv
Cures Gnaruutecd iu all C.isci
t. i-..s,i..M -.i- i nnv ot r h-Vtr f'.- rr.l i-vi' .
( ftar:u r-ft"UV nu-i "- rr l 1-u '-"ri -t.v i,- -hiIlH,
Of ? i-bvct, nt i o-irf. wn::y 'it-.1. f r 'hirtf
t-i,:. SUfiii-l rf.Tl t'v all. A'1lri. a'-.v
ijihiit Lour from V A. II. Iu p. H. Huti U?. J o 4 P. It
An i;!(Mnit.4 work
tu til tuttmed aiidriuir
Of tiw JCUfcl V-dtU. IU bu
imirri ai-wuvrrit- en tit
ir;in' Lit rrtuii-tlurt'or, i hut lu
ttuly limpl y -i- Vi' iimnitJl re Umu. MtU h-I ha ,
ui ai.d iniUJ-e ta-wj ij n prvM'nr it ; it
I'HiUnt liiKmottr hju, wnlr-ti ikj one can attirq tu tf wu'i
cut i on how w prfitn'-1 tit- h-!in, mni ruiiipiiion,ii'
five to f-d 4 rh-ki the truhnu ut ymib ; tlit Ut tn-i
I'filv true t&rriao Guiic in the WstUL Fr.c 5-crti.t
livMs L 1 -it 'iUior nitjr be t.jtglifl ptron1lT or
t i. I un mv t ni,'ij.i. t.si r.M nt'utwi in h -rV Xiilt
lt. A. O. OUM W M m liiiiiuu Uiirmyi. Li.
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A. GREAT DISCOVERY !
Ity Uie u f ol wl.i. Ii fvciy limoly iimv jrivi
Ilo oi Itiit-n lint Imlliuii' M,I,. .i. iilinrlo tl.il
Uuinlrv woi k. Sa iiix liiin-anil lir ot irom
iio(, luo fc tli.ui ils iilii.. not in rai.ii-.t .
Sold By DiUjjiaU and Gr:cr ETeryvilifire
ASK Hill I i l:f.IN-i -.
D0B1JIN3, EROS. CO., 13 M. 4lh t.l.
-I ilAw-.'m PhilaUtiluliin.
E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS.,
ion w, rcaith st, rasm c,
An1 aotlioi Izoil to contra, t for aiWcitia
is.k in tlii-i iiupoi .
Eilimattt furnigliedfree. Bead for Circular
CINCINNATI VJESLEYAN COLLEGE,
rOR YOUNO WOMEN.
I!it:ilis Its :iotli year Kept. 1-lttl. 1'ai ii'ly
niiuibfiH 1, Mualiiueiii biiililius. eiu r
ims titlilu. 'I llorou'h t-iill'se ill Kii-lili,
Kt'ieiice, (.'las.-ii-s, uml Modi i o ljiiuaui s.
I'lisiirpasHcJ .lvaul:iis for luiisit- :uu art.
Aililress lint I'rckiilunt, Itev. J it i t II.
Muore, H.l , Ciiicionuti, O. T-s-tl-Xw-M.
J. II. t-l:KUI.Y. A. W. I'V ATT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BlNhERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Buildinir. Cor. Twelfth fetree
and Waaiunv ton Avenue,
tfl'ouutr ami JUilrou'lWork a gixH-iullv
SIXTH HTHEKT. Kotwpcti OHIO
M'.VUK AND COMMF.RCIAIj
Mt'Uf.it:turei hln own )Iorn H1ioi-b ati l
can Ai9tii Oouil Work.
, PATftONAaE KOMC1TED
PAT. CAItBON(Big Mudrly)
PEYTON A OANNEL
OrJcrH for Coal ly tho car-load
i,on, or in hogshead.-!, for filiipmnnt
jroinptlv uttoudod to.
EtjVTo lariro ccuaniaorH and nil
lip.nulaeturcrfl, wo nro prepared !
. .. . . t .1. . I
,u HiiuiiJiy niiy quuniiij', oy 1119
Tionth or yctir, t.t uniform nitCB.
i-AiKo ciry coal company.
I-1I.iI!i.1ii I'.ro 'nt.lllif, S',, Tn.i,i. I tM-i-!
i-llii!!, Uv llro '. wli.irl l.oi
J J- M t'.:s '.mii Mill-., or
J 7 A I Un ' o:il i:iii j., lot i,l I .1 tv K'kl tl.
t riii n!i - linw. r. fix
sri .t'i no is.
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Stea.m Packet Co.,
Puducnh, Shftwneotown, Evans- j
vine, l.ouieville, CincinnHti
and all way laudmgH.
Tin-1 l.-tvuit hiile-w iit-,1 -.tnoii
W.M.n.i: I: I'l.vNivi.ioy M ii.-r
Um:!l" ri. im.Vi.tov i "I. rk
Will .-af .a:rt. evrry Vr:lNKsl.VV at !
t't:loi'L l. In.
1 In- lit .-t s',.uintr
I'.ks II. .w r.'
l.f.Uf-f uiro cv rv s VI ( ;:i W
Kwh hoht iukM-i rlo.se fiiii:ci 'iurs at (.'a:ro
Willi llr-t-t:ltt.-i Mtniueri for M. l.oiii.t , lt lu
l.liisaiil Nrwr tiiliuiis, aii'l lit hvaiisv ii t- itti
t lie y.. AC. It. U lor hII points .V'irili uml l.usl,
ttDil wiui tin- Louisville .Mail Mrniu r To t.all
1'OiuU ou Hit- I .t r ulij'), Kivoot llti-oiili r
mil ' onln i'liU uii'l isUMCiiKtrt Io all "ints
t'jr intlit-r infoiiiiHiion h .y in
MJl.. MI.VKl:, Ciw-t iiiri r Ajri-nl.
II A I. LII A V film-) , t . . (J
J. il. i Hii.i.irs, (,,',M'
r tu U J l.UAMill.lt,
-iis rii:lrn.!i-nt ami f:m ml f rt-iiflit Arvof,
I't-.'l-'.-l-l . ) VHllnV lllf llt.llllljiA.
I'tllfniSSIII.V Mi.ill 1I.M1N.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
AOKfirU AITKIIIOAN POWDEtt OO
5? Ohio Envee.
BOX and BASKET CO
Ail lil. U (tiai'l uml Hon,)
FLOORING, SIDINQ, LATH, &c
Mill od Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
O. D WILLIAMSON,
An, I I 't ali r in
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPKI'IAL atu iilioi Kivt-u loeooiiiimi-nU an I
No sj niilo I.i vw,
T .0 If.
(OFFICE OS PAELOE)
(Until you have tttn and tried our new)
(AS WE GUARANTEE FOR IT)
(Peiltsl CoiEtoiicii ol reel asl Cm)
(Mmzlitil.Gr 13 Scot or cinder,)
( rirfl-Bats Iran Willi entire ccAiru! ol ttu nre,)
(GIVING A TERY STROM
AM) IMF0K.M HEAT.)
Anil tli eon-lnirtlonfif tlif l-lovf Is flinilo tlmt
the irls wlilrli art-rxKs4x tu IiiI. ii.h Im-I rm,
I emuHy ami iii. klv n .la-r.l t nall c--t l.
llii'mttfll liii-f-ti.iis(l jM-rtwui. t- are Uit re-f..rt-
ronrVlt-nt lliml im HE Alll.Ii.ll T Is
(I iieiualjrsj la Uiu l--tial -tilnta i,l
(Great Heating Capacity,)
(Economy in Price.)
Tor Trl'' Uti a-hlrru
mum ummmi mi
612 614,616 & 618 N. Main Street;
ST. LOUIS, MO.
C. W. HENDERSON,
P21SES SEDUCED 13 SUIT I2S IMS
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and board. 3d Floor $2 .00 Per Day
Special Rat 17 Weak or Month.
A liiiiit.il iiiiiiiImt of vtiy ilt-iralil Ininily
rtM.nm ran In- -a-mrf! ut ri-us.nul.li' iai.s .r tin
I lit- M. l.liarlt s is Hit- liirKfst nirl Iw-t hi . i r. t -el
House in tvniitirrii lllinuii., mi l U liiv IiilIiiiu
li .l. I in nir.t. Nutulili.luinlii.K l I -a
;m k" ri'iliictinn in yri' f, 111. lulilt- uill.us
IMUlll, Is- IllMHtlly ll.ilft witU il.t-mtv I- I
nfffr IhinK Unit tun Is- l.mn'1 In limlkit.'
I hit' Iuikc nuin.lt: r.H.liiB l ir i hiiuih r. i:il li:t -elt
rs, on Krnunil ll'ior, ! ol 1 Imivf
1"-AII lniir).'uUs-ol cniisti, i:nin-jt.. l.ian.l irom
tlit- liottl Willi. .lit i lmrifi-
JKWKTT WII'OX A O .
- lit-1 f l't...rii f.i
INSI Kix i:.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
lit lit ral
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Euilding, up-itairt
?ta OldatKatabliabed Affnncy In Rent
crn Illinois, itra-brillim -r
tftS O0O 000
FAlVr AMI OIIS.
(Sin .1 ss; r I.;)
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
iVall Paper, Window Glasn, Win
dow B had on, &c.
Alwaya on liautl, U-t ct-lrbiutrU illinuiiitttii K
aroma lixtllrl ls a,
Corner Elaventb Street bud Waablny
Suiilliern listi'U-l of Illinois. -ss. AH'aiio Hit-
ltth tlay of AUKUnt, A. U. U7n.
The imtlernlifiied lureby K-Vf not!re of
Ii h nipolDtliifHl as iis-imi! of Walsoii II.
Iti.i Wwell, tola ot . alio, in tho t'ountv of
Ak'Xiimlor uml State ol Illinois wlitiin auM
listrii't, wlio lius lieeo inljiiili-il ti:iiikruit
iipou his own iiclitinn liv tlui tllslrii t roin t
ol.iii.litrict. UKUKGK I 1-sllKK,
hug ITil.lW AaxlKPfe.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington nd ComiaertlaJ
Avenuea, adjoining Eanny's.
KKKPS for aula the bust Beef, fork, aluUoa
Vtial, Lauib. tauaa, Ao.. and U r
.r'l k serve luilU-si iu aa aooeolalila aia- 'ur