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CYBU8 S. OBKKLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
IMt'l.l. j. Tii ntx,
f Nw York .
THOM AM A. H:lRIUIi.
WLi'e iiiu.h in ly l awoiuiilNlir.l l.y
ltioe iiioUiihIk, it might encourage .LIiMive
dictation II I withhold In-re the expira
tion of my cnnvii tion that u r-lum of Iho
Ivll ftriije In thla cuiotry will I com
plate and prnnanfiit until IU chief inngls
irate Isoonalltutlcnally dituiulified lor re-olt-rlion;
experlel.oo having repeatedly
-cxpoatd tbe futility oflf-iniMwd reMri.--Uom
by ranUlilalc r iueuuitu(.
Through thlti nh iurtty only rap be he el
factually dellt tied from great tr-t temp a
Mob to iB'atiao the poatr and patronage
with wbte'i the Executive In neeewarily
charged. Kroto Samuel .1. Tilden' letter
The nobler motives of humanity concur
with the materia tntcrets of all in requir
ing that every olnlac'e be removed to a
compk-te and durable rccondll'itlon be
tween aiodrd population once unnatur
ally e-tranged, on the bast) recognized by
the St. Louis platform, of the 'cooctitutlon
of the United States, with Its amendmeiiU
universally accepted at a final pettlcmeut
of the controvert ci which engendered civil
war." But, la aid of a re.ult so beneflctent,
the moral Influence of every good citizen, as
well as every goremntatal authority,
ought to be exerted, not aloue to maintain
their just equality before the law, but like
wise to establish a corJial fraternity and
food wl.l among cltaens, 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 terclr-e the powers with which
the laws and the constitution ot our coun
try cloth its sblef magistrate, to protect all
lu citizens, whatever their former condi
tion, lo every political and personal right.
'From Samuel J.Tlldeo's letter of accep
tance. We denounce the Ketuinption clause
f the act of 1875, ami we h:re de
mand it$ rv.pt i?. -Xatianal Dcmoratic
&t tchen the fruit of industry are
gathered for the use of the toiler, that
they art not wasted by the projliyaiy
fraud or peculation of your public
agents. -Gov. Tilde.
A. C. IlES8iNOa line of $1,000 was
paid, and the prisoner released.
O.vb htifidned and fifty students are. rn
rolled at the Southern Normal ecluiol.
KX-bKNATOR lkWll.lTTI.lt bflirvea Ulu
.K-ans William will carry Indiana by
Kx-Gov. Novks, of Ohio, admits that
the K)litiwl situation iu that State is very
discouraging to the ltopublicans.
Bkkt IIakik recti veil $0,000 Iroin
Stuart Itobeson for the manuscript ol the
.lay entitled "Two Men of Sandy Har."
I'lto kskioxai. thieves ask the d-ntcn-tihd
managers to appoint a day on which
they may, without tiiol.-titation from de
tective, vloit the jMoundn. Tliey pledge
tlitir jfood names and words ol honor not
to ply their business.
THK.Ker.CB. Holdinjr has resirntd
the editorial chair of the Cnrbondale Ob
serrer, and returned to his legitimate pro
It'wtion the ministry. Mr. K. C. Martin,
represented as a good printer and expert-
eiiis-d writer, takes control of the edito
rial department. -
Tux Carbondalc Observer: "Rev. Mr.
Williams, a local preacher ol the M. K.
church, lor some time a resident and well
known In this place, died unite suddenly
on Saturday last. He died ol a conge.
Uve chill, and was nick but a very vhort
time. Mr. Williams was formerly a resi
dent ol IluiitbWlle, Alabama."
Tmkhk Ls no longer any doubt as to the
ideutlty of the Norlhtk Id robbers. 1'hief
of Police McDonougb ol St. Louis, who
went to Minnesota to get a look at those
killed and captured, Identities the two
killed as CM Miller and Bid Cbadwell,
and those wounded and captured as Cole
Robert and James Younger and Charlie
Pitts. lithe James boys were with the
banditti, they succeeded lu making their
Another bloody affair has transpired in
Carboodale, Jackson county, reaiiuding
us forcibly ot the days of the learlul ven
detta. Last Thursday night, between
the hour of right and nine o'clock. I.
A. 8. tient aimI bia wli Ueariug au alter
cation between Aleck Frazler and his
wile, in a neighboring house, and fear-
Ing Um womau'a safety was endangered,
sale red Krazier's premises, and iauue-
dlAtely luterceiled lu the woman's behalf.
1 mkr, repreKnted as a dangerous fel
low, wlUtout auy ceremouy knock
ed Gent down, aud drew
pistol, hiteudiug, no doubt to kltf- him
That geullcouu aprang lo hia feet, drew
. ApUtol and shot Frazicr, the ball enter
lug near the left napplet paiog through
to Um akin. After receiving the wound
Ymkit atV4 o tli ridnc ol . T
Burbsuik, yvbTe 4e died, lying tioii (be
low, Hvjax twa hours alter receiving
llkt wound. Geut 1st well-known citi-
I Ml of Carbon dale, and Is coukidered
3 law aUding and peaceable man.
roR Tll.nr.M aiii H.lHf .
The New York II w it ol a reevnt dale
contained ft list or Tilden men. rompris. !
In ......... not OhlV Ol t IOW Who
Iinve ta-en clawed as 'MIk-niI-iIi uilli
cans" and "IndVpfiiuVnU," hut of a
number of trei.llemen who have until
th pnwnt rnnvnM Ini n netivt ly hleuli
lled with the K. puhlieuii parly. A large
Majority of thine mined In this list are
men who have been in M.lilieal lile fur
year, nod have earned fr Ih. m-elvi s
national reputation". The lollontmr Is
only nporlion of the li.-l, and we coin
mend 11 lo Hie prayerful roiedih -ration of
'liiih'petil-iit voieiV i vi ryu lu re :
Cliai'li-s Francis Adainv, id' M rt:n lui-
Andrew U. ( ill tin. I'eniif J Ivaina's
Kx-Senntor Tniinlnill, of llliiinn.
IhlVid A. Well, ol I'olilieelieilf.
William Cnllen Bryant, ol New Voik.
I'arke (iodwin, of New York.
(iideon Welles, lYce'idi'lit Lincoln's
Seen-hiry of the Navy.
,lu.tire Havid Oavi", ol the Supreme
Court, I'lilled Stab A.
Kx-ioveinor Autiu Blair, the "War
Governor" of Michigan.
Kx-Govemor B. Ural. Brown, of Mis-
tJeorge W. .Iiilian, candidate for Ylie
I'reildent on (he Free .Soil ticket.
Cassius M. Clay, of Kentucky.
General John M. Palmer, ex-Governor
General William F. Barllelt. of Massa-
Professor W. G. Suuiuei, of Yale Col
lege, who wrolo the Hopublicnn Stale
platform ol 1874, and who has now writ
ten the strongest letter of the Kind yit
published iu behalt ot Tilden. j
Professor A. L. Perry, ol Williams
College, the distinguished political econ
omist. Colonel Augustus II. Fenn, the Re
publican candidate for Lieutenant Gov
ernor of Connecticut! last year.
Frank W. Bird, of Massachusetts the
founder of the Republican party.
Ex-Congressman John F. Fnrngworth,
Charles Francis Adams, jr., of Massa
chusetts. Henry Brooks Adams, of Masschu
setts. Colonel Niche las Smith, reprmntlug
the Greeley family.
Georgo W. Fenton, of Chautauqua,
brother ol Senator Fenton.
Colonel Fred. A. Coukling, of New
York, brother of Senator Conkhn?.
"Fighting JocM Hooker.
Charles A. Dana, editor of the Sun.
Colonel Alex. K. McClure, editor of
Judge Henry R. Sclden, of New York.
Howard Potter, of New Y'ork.
Charles G. Davis, ot Massachusetts.
Ex-Senator Roa, of Kansas.
Ex-Senator Tipton, of Nebraska.
Ex-Senator Cowan, of Pennsylvania.
E. S. Cleveland, late Republican post
master ol Harllord, Conn,
1). I. 8. Brown, of Monroe county.
General K. F. Jones, of Broome
Judge Kdwln A. Reynolds, ol Orleans
Colonel Charles James, of Orleans
Porter Shelden, of Chautauqua county,
Ex-Governor David P. I-wis, the last
Republican Governor of Alabama.
Judge Daniel S. Goading, Liuc ln clec-tor-at-large
in Indiana, 1SG4.
Ex-Cougressmau James M. Ashley, of
Judge Iloadley, of the Miprenio court
of Ohio; supported Hayes for governor
E. W. Kittrldge, the eminent lawyer ol
Cincinnati ; supported Hayes last year.
Charles Rccmclin, of Cincinnati, who
supported Hayes l ist year.
Emil Iloflinau, of Cincinnati, who Mip
portcd Hayes last year.
Ex-Lieutenaiit-(Jovcrnor Jacob Mini
icr, of Ohio, elected on the Republican
ticket in 1S71, who suportcd Hayes last
Judge J. B. Stallo, ot Cincinnati, who
supported Hayes last year.
Frederick Hassaurek, late editor of the
Cincinnati VvlkMnll, who supported
HayvM last year.
August Thieme, editor ol the Cleve
land Wackier am Kiie, who supported
Hayes last year.
Colonel Edward Jus,en, of Chicago,
brother-in-law of Carl hchurz.
Ex-Governor Koerner, ol IllPiois.
General Franz Sigel, ol New York.
The HVuays: "The eminent (Jer
innns last named, who have
abandoned the, Republican party
to. support Governor Tilden, rep
resent the great voting rank aud tile ol
the Germans iu America. There Is uot
single German of national reputation,
with the solitary exceptiuii of Carl
Schurz, who now trains under the ban
ner of 'Zath Chandler.'
Let our Democratic exchanges pass
around the list aud let liemocruta thow
it to their decent Republican neighbors.
v ner3 an Adams leads it Is safe lor Iheiu
Hinton Rowan Helper, author of "1m
Inding Crisis in the South," original Re.
Senator Doolittle ol lllluois, Republi
can miieu mates Si-nator lor manv
Judge Caton, ex-chief justice ot Illi
nois, lile-long friend ot Lincoln.
THE TILDEN ISt'OME TAX.
The Income tax story circulated agalufct
Tilden, uitd which caused Hie hunting up
ol Hayes fatal tax record, was Invented
by a li-llow uauied Bliss, United States
attorney ol New York, who possesses
all the malevolent characteristics belong
ing to the avcrugu cringing Republican
ofiloe-holdcr. Judge biunott, cf New
Y'ork, who was in charge of Tihlen's Uw
office during the war, reecutly wrote a
letter iu relation to the tax mutter, iu
which he weighed the charges separately
giving the law aud facts applicable to
each, aud thoroughly destroyed
the force of the Blia. ialeltood.
The charges were considered go
Ii,lgnil)caiit lv leading llrputilh nii
iurniilN w. inenii tln.i lnl-i-itilnt ol
adniiiiitratlMi lavon-tliat Ihey were mt .
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manly nnd likely lo cause n campaign of
personalities unworthy the American
people. And their ullernnees proved
Irue lor those charges brought to light
the records ol the Fremont com t, and
soon every Republican pacr In the land
became bu.y deleiidiug the character ot
Riilherlord B. Hayes. While 'I ildi-u
staiiil clear ot Hie Bliss Imputations.
Hayes' good name Is under it cloud,
Hurtoiituli d by the grim lax riiordsHiel
the dead dcsel let 's money. He ran find
no Siiin-.it, no good man who can pro
duce Mtlllciciit law to rub tin.' record out
or divert the slur.- of the dead man. Tin:
energetic Bliss, Hie faithful olllce holder,
the loot, did not seem lo be aware that he
Was throwing a boomerang that uiiht
pi oe fatal to lho.se he wished to serve.
He wan loo good a servant, too ardent,
entirely loo i-li.ny.
The majority of olli.-e holders are, like
the liilinnoiis Bli.-s, nut only enemies to
the I leinoeiatl.! parly, but lor a paltry
pillau.-e would htoop to Hie ba-esl.. acls
known to Hie calendar of crime to con
tinue iu Invor wilh (be headol a disgrace
ful almiui'tratiou. We know there are
some pure men who hold oilier -under the
I'niti'd Stales government, but Ihey are
few and tar bctwcii. "
nt.ir ir nr.FORi: tiii. riori i:
Foii ign born ciiicns should not lor-
get thai HiilheiToid B. Hayes, the Re
publican candidate !r president, is a
member ot the American Alliance
which is nothing more nor less than a re
vival of the old Know Nothing organi
zation. At the session of the Alliance
held iu June last, n resolution was adopt
ed which said of the nominations of
Messrs. Hayes and W heeler that they
were "hereby endorsed by tho American
Alliance conference," and that the "Alli
ance earnestly advised all who are in
favor of American principles, as nJoocat
el and aei forth in these resolution), lo
give Ihct-c nominations an active and de
"These resolutions" were sent lo Mr
Hayes, w ho returned the follow ing reply,
dated July 5, 1870, nddn's.H-d to "Samuel
J.Tyler, secretary of the American Alii
"1 have just received your letter in
forming me of my election as n member
ot you) ntitniralile Alliance. Return my
thanks to your Alliance, as 1 deeply sym
pathize with its principle.
"I remain jour fellow citizen,
R. B. lUviis."
Now, here is one expression of the
"principles" of the Alliance ot which
Mr. Hayes is proud to be a member, aud
with which he "deeply sympathizes :"
"An amendment to the naturalization
laws, limiting suflrage to persons born
in tills country or of American parents;
the eleetion of American-born citizens only
to ojfieial positions iu this country ; oppo
sition to the interference of the Roman
Catholic organizations in thu political af
fairs ot this nation, and opposition to the
tormalioii of political organizations com
posed exclusively ol foreign-born citi
The representatives of truth and right
have at all times, especially when their
n u in her and inlluciicc command respect,
had hangers-on of Hie baser sort, who
follow them lor trafile, lucre, and the
spoils. The representatives on thu other
hand of error and wrong, w hen power
ful or numerous have Hiojc w ho, lollow
them unwittingly through blindness aud
zeal without knowledge without wholly
placing the government ollicl.ils and
th icr adherents in the ouu class, or the
oppressed M-op!! and their leaders iu the
other, the facts in the case so nearly
warrant such a classillcation, that
wo arc unable to speak intelligibly
ot Ihcin without so classing them.
When an instrument is made tor
a specific purpose, and suited only to
that end, a misapplication of it to other
uses is often nu injury both to the instru
ment and the object upon w hich it Is mis
used. In point of fact nnd hlstorr the
Republican party is such an instrument :
and iu injurious application to the pur
pose ot peace lor the last twelve years has
produced the usual rcsulu of misapplica
tion generally. The party was concieved
iu strife, born in revolution, nurtured In
aruis, aud matured in war. If you please
it was thu angel ot war its mission was
the sword. It was created lor the Fpc-
rilic purpose of quelling an uncalled loH
and wicked rebellion ; nnd itU with prldo
and gratitude that we remember iu great
achlcvineut. Iu its early existence a fear
ful and solemn obligation was placed
upon u. in i ne uiazo ana carnage oi a
terriilc fratricidal war, under
the guidance ot that nower
w lilch 'a the arbiter of iatea and nations.
it faithfully aud triumphantly discharged
that obligation aud added another gem
and a new luster to the star ot human
progress In the Hue of justice aud Chris
tian clvllialiO!). But long since its du.
ties were pertormed, its mission ended ;
and like the issues w hich called it into
being ; aud which Is irrevocably settled,
it too, should belong to the past. The
organization accomplished its work
long ago, and it has been fully approved
and accepted by the whole people, with
out distinction of sections, nationalities
or color. That pHrly was emphaticllv
the angel of the sword hut its work is
done, and a new party, the angel ol
peace, is a political necessity; and so
sure as an overruling power is directing
our deatiuy, so sure will this political
necessity a new party come into
power. We look with cal.n and reliant
coufldeuce upon that parly which Is
strong in the united elements of all ranks
aud kindred, and which now hag its na
tional standard bearers Samuel J. Til
den and Thomas A. Hendricks selected
as the baptised successors of the per
jured and corrupt outgoing administra
tion. With sentiments of mingled pride,
grutltudu aud sadness, we remember the
glorious part of the old party, aud w ith
fe( lings of cheer, hopefulness and con
fidence look forward to the future ol the
new. New In all hut the mime Ami
may Iho name "Deniocralir pnrly,"
hence forward In Hie synonymous ol
these triple glories:
Truth, lloiiot, Success, .
Aiming nt l.l.-uHUcHlInn
It. tin the St Louis Itcpuhlican
t hief MclLdiouirli hit nt S:I0 last
evening, on the St. l.ntiK Kansas City
and Nollbeiu railway, lor Noilhll.-hl,
Minnesota, the scene' of Hie laic bank
rohhery, On his way he will stop at
.Mohcrly. Mo., and lake with him onic
ol (he police scouts who have been en
gaged lu Hut hunt, lor the marauders.
They will proceed directly to Noilhlichl,
where Hie bodies ol I he dead robbers
w ill he cai.cully examined l.r the pur
pose ol idem ily ing I hem ami ascertaining,
II possible, whether they are realty a
part of the Younger gang ot despera-
iloes. thief ol'l'oln-.- King, ol SI. ran I,
has had their bodies embalmed in ord.-r
to preserve them for Ibis purpose. All
the fads in regard lo Identity will lie tele
graphed to Sergeant Chapman, by Hie
chii l, us soon as ascertained.
I rack of the cut throat gang was kept
up until August last, when it split up,
and it is more than probable that a por
tion of the robbers went nor.li at that
t hief McDouooith w ill probable return
on Tuesday or Wednesday next.
It i understood the Chief will take
with him some witnesses who are famil
iar wilh the .er-ons ot Ihe James and
Younger hoys ; amon these, llobbs
Kerry is expected to meet him at Mo
.1K-3SK JAMKS HKt oOMKO.
Concerning this matter Hie following,
from the St. Paul Pioneer-Press of the
-,20th., w ill be of interest :
For a day or two past it has been re
ported thai while the Northllcld robbers
were quests at the Nicollet in this city,
ihey procured a hack one evening, aud
were driven to a notorious house kept
by Mollie Ellsworth, aud that she recog
nized the leader of the gang as none
other than J.-s-c James. This rumor
proves to have been well founded. The
hack driver contirms tt, and a reliable
person who interviewed the woman in
question gives the follow ing as her state
ment ot the matter :
1HHKE OK THE ItOUnKR-
Yisited my house one night during the
lalterpart ol August. I have read about the
robbery, and immediately recognized the
pictures published in the )'ioneer-Prels. I
was dressing for the evening, when a
mnn entered my room, nnd after staring
at me awhile, w anted to know if I did not
lornierly keep a house In SL Louis, and
if my name was not Kitty Traverse. I
told him that it was, and also immedi
ately lir.COl.MZKit HIM AS JKS-K .IAMKS !
1 used to know ltl in well. Said I. "What
are you doing up here?"' "Oh !" he said,
"nothing. lam going out in the coun
try for n lew days, and will be back soon;
then you mid I w ill go to the centennial.'
Knowing bis character weU, 1 was afraid
something was up and said :
Yor hox't WAxr to iroi o any
around here. Oh, he says, you know I
never get. left. 1 then noticed that he had
Hiree or four large revolvers, and asked
him what he was going to do w ith them.
He told me that he wanted Ihcin lor a
m-iii that he knew up tow n. I cautioned
him about getting into trouble, aud he
"I SHALL IIK I. IKK A I0(1 OK KAT 1 UK
I noticed that he had an linmeiiseamount
ol money, and shaking to him about it,
he said he geueially had evcrthui;; he
wanted. He did not stay long, and "the
parly seemed to Is- in constant fear of
I KNOW THAT IT WAS JKHSK JAMKS.
I used to know him wen. He used to
have a woman iu St. Louis named Hattie
Floyd. One time he btole a earners hair
shawl, worth $I,5U, and gave It to her.
She was wearing it down street one day,
and being arrested, could not prove who
gave it lo her. and she was sent to jail for
Hve years. When James was ".here 1
asked him what had become of Hattie
Floyd, aud he langlied and said she was
dead long ago. The last lime 1 ever swn
him until he w alked Into my room the
other evening, was at a house in .St.
Louis. There wos a fellow there who
worked in u bank, and he was drunk and
showed u stocking that he had full of
money. James whispered to mo and
STAND ASIDK W UII.K I lROP ONTO THAT.
' In a little w bile he quarreled with the
man, and struck liiui over the head with
a sand club, seized the stocking full of
inouey and ran. I tried to not let him
get the money, although 1 think the other
fellow stole it, as ho was kicked out of
the bank soon afterward. James would
just ns soon shoot a person as to shoot a
dead dog. If he should ever come here
again I would .
DH01 II 1M INTO TIIK A AT
(meaning that she could cause his arrest).
When told he was here I told some of
the otticials that the men had Im-cii play
ing cards iu a place in Minneapolis, but
they seemed to pay no attention to It.
Don't think that 1 told them it was one
ol the James Ixiys. .The short lellow
that was killed wore side whiskers and a
mustache when ho was here. I never
harbor thieves, aud I thought they were
simply up to a game ot monte or some
thing. James Is good looking, and
HAD BOOTS ON OK A MKUKKNT S.1.K,
He has a small toot, and could wear my
shoe. They will never catch hhu. I
have known him for twelve years, and
ne nas always oeeu a liner, ine men
are not -iniai t enough to catnh him.
Our informant is convinced that the
woman told Hie truth, and Uiat her story
removes all doubts as to the desperadoes
being the notorious James- ounger
Cow hiding an Etlltwr.
IKioiu II. Cairo unci Mound City (IU ) Argus
Moij.nu Cihv. Iu... Sent. 20. Consid
erable excitement w as occasioned here to
day by the cowlndingof 11. F. Potter, ed
Itorof the Argus-Journal, by Ml8 Alice
Lane, a teacher in our public school.
Potter made a mean and cowardly attack
on Miss Lane as a teacher lu his paier,
anu, upon nis ritii-u,ir to ret rue t, sue
drew a rawhide and proceeded to make
inn wool ny. H.c universal veruiei is,
"served him right."
The above, heading and all, we clip
from the St. Louis utvbe-ltetnocrat of the
21st. It Is faUe in every particular. Thla
paper nus mane no attack on MISS I.anc,
It most emphatically lound fault with
the school directors for employing a wo-
mmi nuusc eeruiicaie as teacuer nau
la-en cancelled, and who, according to
the county superintendent. waslnTomoe-
tcnt to till the place she had. That waa all
there was of anything that could
bo construed into au attack
on Miss Lane As for retract
ing anything, there was nothing to
retract. hat had been said related to
nmciat action that con Id not he contra
dieted. It was a simple statement of
wnai, i ne eouuiy superintendent liau
done, and the reasons hn ituva for dolnfir
It. There being no reason fur asking a
retraction, none w as asked. Miss Lano
came into our onVc with a bundle of
manuscript, aud Impcilou-ly demnuded
its publication She was informed that
H the matter of her document was suit
able for publication, nnd she requested It
lu h lady-like manner. It should he pub
lished ; but she persisted lu her abusive
manner, and preclu.ted the posdhillty or
Iho editor even looking at her inauii
Kcripf, without the sacrillce ol sclf-rc-sK-ct.
She pulled a rawhide and at
tempted lo strike him. but was caught lu
the act and the whip taken from
her. The was then wholly nt the mercy
of Ihe rd tor. who eouhl 'have cut her
race Into strim with I lie rawhide, but
fort-bore on : account, ot her tex. This
mercy was not due her,' for a woman
who nnsexes hersell in Ihe manner she
did should receive no coioiderMlinn on
nc.-oiintof her sex. The "imiversnl ver
dict" is. that Miss Lane ii.Jed badly, but
is eiiliih-d lo some allowance tin Ihe sup.
position that, she was Instigated by others
to pursue the course she did,
Tweed Iwkf Sinrrciifleri l lo I lie Ait
Ihoriliea. Washington, Sept, 'ill. Orders have
been telegraphed to dipt. S. R. Franklin
id the 1'. S. steamer Franklin, to proceed
to New York wilh Tweed instead of go
Init to Hampton Roads, us he was (list
directed, lor it was determined lo bring
Twted home on Hint vessel. On Hie ar
rival of Hie Franklin at. New N oi l, Tweed
will In-sum mit red lo the authorities.
NIM I4I. ftOIM'S.S).
Mothers i nn vn-iiic ht-ullli fur tlifirt-liil-.Irea
met rest I'M th-in.-l-a l.y the a.- ofCaa
tm. a ixilivt h.ib.itilnfc- l'r l nlor Oil. It
a!- Int. ly liuriuh-:, nu-l 1 as iilmiia.it lo lake
ut hiiixj-. lor iii.l-Clllc sum- Ftiiiiia. li,
win in- or conciliation, l.,r yimiiir or ol.l, lime
is nothing in eiistrnn like it. It Is certain, it
s si -.y. il ia c lita.
Caked Breasts, Kliuiuutiaiu, wia-
riu, twelliiig, iiain, mill Joints, hum
acalJs, ioisouuu-. Lilts, uuj ull IksU, Imne ami
miucle uilmenU, cuu lie ubviliid ly . urol b) the
Centaur linimiot. W hut Ihe While Liniment
Is for the hum in family, Ihe Yellow Liniment
is for spavineit k-'M aiel lame horses and ant
Ifow to Malt atoney.
We will state that the surest, best aud
speedieat wy to multiply uud lnceae"
U to cull at No. 12 Wall Mrcet, Mew Voik,
au.1 consult with Alex Frothlnpham .t Co,
Thee gentlemen, who have Ion been
Idcntitio.l with tbe lil-tory uml u Hairs of
v au sireet. are unusually t-aille.l iu mone
tary atlir, and In everything appei Mining
to speculation, are unexcelled lor ability
and pioticiency. It may aho be aaij that
of the many lirokcrs In that city tliey are
not only tho uit popular, but ulu the
most fiiccessiui, nest patronized, uml most
widely known In or near the i.-imty of
TT Ull .Utri
Anion tlio customer ol the house of
Alex Frotbinirbara A Co.. are some o our
leading uml representative citizens, wbo
are mainly licl. i.ted to Ihe lahors of this
firm lor nui.-li of tho wealth they now enioy.
Ihiriiw the lout; and sncrcMiil exper
ience ol Mi-hH'n, Alx. Krutuiiixhuiii A Co.,
in this city they have curne.l for lliem-che
au euUhle repulatiwa. for honesty, integ
rity an l faith, and enjoy a huiiiPHs almost
colostal in its proportions, la fu.-t, the
amount or iiiismeKs .lone l.y Unshorn- In
the course of a year Is something wondei
ful, ainl olleu lorins Ihe aul.jeet of com
niriit. It ucc.ls buta vlit to tbelrsiiKi-ioiis
ottlces iu Wall street to prove the truth of
the hhove statement.
llow Ihcv inanae to convert Sl(l In n
'.'O to fHH, it) into MO. and so on. Is a
secret which they alone can explain; but
that they succeed in tloiii!' so la a fact too
well known 14 admit or .louht. It you
wouM salcty and protltahly invest your
money, io not lieciiuU) lo lavor this llrui
with your t-anh aud eonfl lrnce. That bv so
doing you will reap an Rhundnnl rowarrt.
Hie experience ol IIiou-biiuh ol our near
citizens attcht. ' The necesKity of taking
such a course in these times of tottering
bunks ami financial stringency niii-t he i-
parent to the most lii.liflcreul und carelesa
Messnc Alex. FVothinKbsm A Co., are
prepared to inve.t money to any amount in
the best MvuritU-n, und ia every transac
tion in which they may be engaged guar
antee entire sutislactlon to those who honor
tbetn with their patronage.
x-crsend lor tlieir Kxolaoatory t ircuiar
aud Weekly Keporta, which they mail free
to all who desire them. From A'. . Me-
roplU. At,rU 111 1m70. 7-lM-to.l:!in
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Vatiaaal laak Boildiag, ap-stairs.
'h OldeatEaUbllahad Atrenoy In Sout
rn Illlnola, reprttaontlua ovtr
t65 OOO 000
i in ay tsjror
lyuu ittimu kYt-
Suuutv. A dilrvaa,
it. Lctus) dwrtU'c tc Vubl'f Co., St Loula. IU
Blake & Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer a In
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glaaa, Win
rlow Shades, tto.
Always on band, Ihe celebrated lluniiulmg-
Oornar KUventa Suaat and Waahia a
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Batvaaa Waaalastoa aa4 Cooauarclal
venuaa, adjoin Ins Haaay'a.
Kaara for al Ilia Uaal isaer, fork. Muttoa
Veal, Liub. aauaaa, Ac., ana U tre
. (vivo laitiilha) la au aiUhUi Baa: iU
HIXTII 8T11RET, Between OHIO
LUVEK AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures hla own Ilora Rhoea and
L-au Aaaurti Uood Work.
, PATltOKAUE SOLICITED
MT. OARBON(Big MudHy)
Orders for Coal by the oar-load
:,on, or in hogahefida, for shipment
jromptly atteuded to.
To large consumers and all
:nanufaoturers. we are oreuarod
;o supply any quantity, by tho
sonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITT CCAL COMPAHT.
ITj-Halllilay Hru 'aoillc, Nu ?u 'ililo Ltvr
U-MalTiday bro a wlutrl boat.
Kl"At Kt-yntiao Milli, or
tf"At the Coal hump, foot af TuutT-EitiLtb
tTfFiMit Ortlre Hrawer. aai
I . .
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, 8hawneetown, Evans
vilie, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elrgaul al-le-wncrl tlnoi -
ARKANSAS BELLE, u
WaLISH II. l'!fNH.,T.M. Muhler
t IU HI El- l'NIHl.TlW tluk
Will leave ( airoev. ry WfcliNESUA V at S
o'vl.M'k D. in.
1 Ur fli--t airaliMrr
Kl. I IIDMA,
I-avra C air. -ry SAl'l'KlMY.
Kwh Wal nutkrx 1()M luinixt tiolia at I alro
Ull ttrat-t'laMi aUmiuvrafor Bt. l.uia, Mviu-
pbiaaail Nw Orlmua, aa-l at Kvanavillr w ith
tbe K. A C. It. U fur altH.inla North aol Kuril,
aadwiUillte lNiiaville Mail hO-aiiura loail
poiutH on lli l'M-r Ohio, icIviuk thniiili n
wluts on t'reiKhU un-l WKM'Ut('r to all ioinla
ror iirtner iiiiorniation apply to
tOI.. SIL Kit, VaM-nt(rr Ak lit.
Or to li. J. UtlAMMfc.lt.
du-riuteiii. Lt ami Guiiral Kreilit AK-ot,
li--ju-ir. CTanavuw imiiaiia.
STOATTOIf & BIRD;
A1BNT8 AUBRIOAN POWDER OO
67 Ohio Iivee.
BOX and BASKET GO
All kinJa (har.l aul ton,)
PLOOBINO, SIDING, LATH, &o
Mill ss4 Yard.
Jorner Thirty-Fourth Btreet and
. O. D WILLIAMSON,
AuJ UeuUr lu
Ma. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL atlauttoi 1o Ucouti'uuiKuU as t
No W Oblo Uvm, '
. , CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
HANDSOmE, durable and
Willi Falenl Ennitfi Iron V.Ur Un.
CHEESPUL AS 'AH OPEN miU"
AnJ a perfect Combination (t
' l3TTf your Tinner hits not got an assort
tueut, avend Uie order to
EXCELSIOR! MANUFACTURING CO.
612614; 616 & 618 X. Man street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
CXt TO I C
O. W. HENDERSON .7
ft-3 w-.l.a rnAw
A Curious Gfood Thing
Tk.t court. lailtli.D;
t rrBRa au, 1 -r
Fr mm Mr im r y fSaraa.
OyaawMlat. TaraM Ltr,
llMaarh. UmUuki, Har tlfeMit.
!! la . Mark mm Klaaiark, M
BI4 l.lt mm Snlla;Mil.
mtmm Mla mm mr lareA.
IlRlMlrat.J Willi .flri llt. (nmu.n.1.' rR.&. , .
et.or.tlou, arllo. on th. hv.r and .toDiayh laiuJl
aur, Uk.oa fruni th. ar.t. iu .rr aanM. ot Mala
rlaaad Bilioat pui.ua.
Da. I. W. Viiarati A!
I laa. pUunti Id ttlfTla that flulnan's Aa
r.v o. carva n., sroBl.-.bd nt4aallr, or tit.
cblll., and, lo adiUtlou tu tin., it taa arBiauatir
Vl'u,'LTJyL l"rfld atin f lb. Iirar l.l I. t.j
a conwMiu.i.c. 1 a... uow i.jorii.a Wtii ballu lb. a
1 Lai. fur llv
v J.mtl-ll H f nOBNTi'N.
Aa.l.taat po.iaia.tt-r, c.a. .uu.ll. (I.
Cot. Tkarnton I. v.ll inowa. Il. oiau... It of
an InJi.ua aximatit ia tb .r with th. Couk-dar-
Prk. S3. Will a.Dil I f Bi.il Imd druccl.t. do act
kw th.m. Knd for book con ii nine luurh t.iuabl.
lufurniatloo abvut tbia wood.rfat curati...
Dr. D. W. FaircMli, Prop., Cincinnali, 0,
tlk. .TOTTthfnj valnalla. BOLM AM'H FKVEB
ANU AUUK AHD LIVBM P AIM, that hmsm aUx4
lb. tl for iraara. with a aaUuaal rr.ntatkoa f . r
Ib.ir .ffiracy, ABB UEIMci COl'MTXar KlTKb
AND IMITATED If cluoiar mplric, and aiwUr
tlb.r a.m... aonta ar. a deadly polco, otlwr. no
Uturthanao Block aaw duat. THEY AKB BabK
PaAUIMl : aotUa lit to all ..a tb. rpaUlioa of I La
t.nuiiM. Bl T NOITE BI T HOLM AS B, HEABINU
118 PICTl'BB A'D tflONATCHE. lur.L afuld
lu( dlaaaaolalnMiit aud iniao.itluu.
nm mm n sun the mi: '
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board. 3d Floor 2 .00 For Day
Spaolal Rataa by Waak or Month.
A limit-.! niunlM-r of very .lHlrall lan.il y
rouiuacau b avcurl at ruuiulmlile laic, lur (In
Siiiniiit-r iiioii Hi
1 lie St. Cliat lea U Hie larj:-t ami t ! m.poii.t
i HulIM! in Solltli.-ril lliinniii, ami ia ll.r U-a-liiiu
liul.l ill lairu. Niitwllli.taii.liiiK U "ilr-l
H k" rt-.lucti.in In iriv, Hit- ull- will, u
liana), Im liU-rully aiii-ili-t with II.k very Im-dI
til v-r think Uml rail bv loiinil lu market .
Kine Urft a-tn.ilL- ruoma li.r .-oiiiiiirrrial Iruv
rlrrs, on Kroinni tluur, t'Tet-uf i barK.
r-A II liaKKawol Kii.-iN mvr) mi to ami Irolil
tl.rliulrl Wltlioltt iliurir- ... .
JKWKTTWII. l O.,
Mimthern UiatrM-tofllliuoln.-sS. Jttl'airo llir
l- IU .lay of August, A. 1'. Ii.
Tbe uuler.lKueJ ltercby yivv uoti.e of
h a appointment ax uhsigueu of WaUon U.
Itockwell, laUl t 'alro, iu Ue Ooutty ol
Alexaudr aud Mt ol Illinois, witbin sui.l
district, wbo lias lie en atlJudKf.l luuikrut
upon lilxowu petition by the district court
ot aaid diatrlH. UKOItUK UMIKK,
Auk 17d.'lw AaaiKBr.
37 Coarl Plate, LOUISVILLE, K V.,
rasjylarij 4urtitM lsd leuM)- qaaluU-l Lti. Uu aUi ik ,
Umt ttjoooaalul, , lila 4A'iiaw
M ttc rwault vf tclf-al.ua- tu itiullt, auat t-ktcsia ty ttmst-ui-r
jmrm, ur other t-tuaaw, u4 itrMtiHtiist B.4Mr cf law kl
kuWiajt r1jrta: Hrrk'iwattcaa, Heuslual t titUaauaia . IftigM viula
bum slrtmws)), llHua tMybl, liU r. th
i- ftllitt) , iuii4m uat Faoat, AtviaHMi btsaawirlt -f V'msm.
Conluaiuu f lXa, I t BtKAiu I afa.wtr. 4u . Vi 4- rlfc
iarilan iaUkrot r ur uliaj.V , ! l(di-4ilil abJ Mlui--H.all
cirr4. HYPHILIS (Hitrt; mti u4 av
iltL .ins. OoMorrBM; .
UlaT, Htratr., flntutl.. b--. Hlui.i.
fVl. ktaJwlbttt artiAU diarti ak alt ruiat,
U latswif w4-it mUml akJ.y-- laat h
aw 8 a-rttsuu Claa ul rflsa-, U-ihUmi H."Uv.u4b ua
fttlf - sVMH i.al akUi. Pl.t'iaft tiii- itwi iku
rsa uBlariil s.ta Ui aMV car. lit llat liiamit ul U
Mi Uittcttj; W WMUstcut, a"' U Miai ynutmlj
u-i aaftlv ttj ajamlloaT iatrsu UJUtK.
I oiitiuUuti (Mejaa'ttuHf or bf
laUtUUulaa Ml aa'ttuHf T bf l-ltT hl tUVllvil.
'twKW fraja-ulMsUsi sMul jrrf1atuWll.' altUUj cubUtUliUaU.
4 PRIVATE COUNSELOR
Of MM w, tout lu uf d.lrt-Mi, M-c-urvlf M-.IW. tur .kw-1f
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uaaUiiiuaii.ii.Mr.k 1 1 r. a-
taarantasa aataf oar Wi a
B)IWV a ihim
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