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CYRUS 8. OBERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
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nf Sew York
Fut Vie rreiilwit.
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Wuile iiukIi iimv ' avoni'ilMn'il l-y
llire infttii.iN, Hinlit encourage iU liiir
cxi''.ktiuii II I v itlilioUl hero the expia
tion of my intivl lion that no reform of tlio
ivil ;ri'C In Uil onotry will lis com
plete and peiniaiicut until iM liii-I iiiuio
trete lcoii!i'.uili imlly ili-n'ialiiieil lor re
tteiUm: exjH'rier rt' lniin rtiirnUilly
expov.1 tao futility f M-lf-iiiif'ied r tiii
tlon l.y -ari Ji.lrt'on or iii.-tttultcnt.
Tliro'ix'h tl'i" "oli-miiitj only van In- be 1 1-lecttlitllyilrlUerr-dfniin
111 ureal -t liiii)M
tioil t in'u8 the jincr Mill pilrniinye
with wliir' the Kxeeiilivn 1 net ( -urily
charged. Ki-rmi Aiuiuicl .1. TihUn' leltr
l ue noblor motive of liiioifliiity mrn-iir
with tbe nutcrlAl Inlorotn of all In requir
ing that every olnfa'e be removed to a
complete and durable recoiiriliiitlnn be
tween kinilrjd pn'mlation. oin o tiuniitur
ally eitraDK'l. on tbe bssu recognized by
theM. lini plitform, of the. "cont-titution
of t lie I'tilted Statin, with Hi amonilnienln
universally accepted a a final settlement
oftliecontrovcrn.es which engendered civil
war." But, Iq aid ol a result ao beneticient,
the moral influence of every good citizen, as
well a every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to mnintnin
their Just equality before the law, 'nit like
wise to establUh a eorllal fraternity and
good wi'.l among clt'zcns, whatcer there
race or color, who are now united in the
one deMiny of a common nclf-government.
If the duty shall be aligned to me, I uliould
ot fil to etercise llie power with which
the lawi and tac constitution of our coun
try clothe its sbief magistrate, to protect all
iu citizens, whatever their former condi
tion. In every political and personal right.
From Samuel J. Tilden letter of accep
tance. We denounce the littumption clause
if (he act of 1875, and tec here de
mand it$ repeal. National Dcmoralic
See when the fruit of industry are
gathered for the me of the toilers, that
they are not castcd ly the profligacy
fraud or peculation of your puttie
ayeptn. Gov. Tilde it.
Sitting Hull lias outgeneraled Shcritliui,
Crook and Terry. It is true lie is only
an Indian, but bu U a genuine native
American, and defense of his moun
tain home, and his masterly retreat
evince a high order of military talent.
He comuiauds nearly as large an army a
the Prince of Montenegro, and is not
mora ravage audferodoiM than are the
Turks who destroyed whole villages in
Bulgaria, Ix-lieaiJin men, women and
children; not more so than the tierce
Abyssinian who whipped the Egypt
ians, bitting Bull is a jrresit American
chief and general, and although we must
whip him we must aivc him due rreilit
for bn high military abilitv..V. o.
From accounts given us by a gentle
man who accompanied the expedition,
the soldiers were Luiily engaged with a
red enemy more dangerous than Sitting
Bull's braves. They fought valiantly
with bad whUky, and were entirely too
busy with the demijohn to look alter In
dians. His story has been corroborated
by correspondents, l ive hundred fron-
tiersiuen would have done more damage
to Mr. Bull than Crook and Terry's
whole commands. Their constitutions
are to admirably constructed that bad
whUky agrees with them to such an ex
tent that one Iron tier sman can coax tho
the scalp of an Indian from the head of
its proprietor at a distance
of one thousand yards. Indians fear
frontiersmen, but have a hearty con
tempt lor regulars and drunken, de
bauched regulars, are mutton for Man-afrald-of-hia-horse,
and a host of other dirty sons of guns,
who roam the boundless plains and kick
tbe stufling out of ei'Uaw.s and wolilish
dogs. We have frequently looked with
delight upon the scalp of a tall pigeon
toed red man, and felt it was a
duty white men owed their laud
lie and particularly the families ot
pioneers, to take It away from him, and
get a reward for It. The frontiersmen
think that way, and have a pathion for
killing these fiery, untamed orators,
and the whixky they drink seems to
stimulate that desire and causes them to
waltz and quadrille after the red man's
scalp with surprising energy. Five
hundred drunken frontiersmen could
fight Indians a week without losing
twenty-live men, because they know how
the thing works, and will not be led by
a man with a war home, gilt epaulets and
bright wUr. Their education U primi
tive, but fraught with good results as fur
as the noble red man is concerned.
That which was a Republican i.rinci
pie in 1W0 is now very Ieuiocratic, and
we are laboring strenuously for its ac
compllshment. In that year the l'n.uh.
llcan party Inserted In lu platform the
following clause, which wepublUhed be
fore, but consider sufficiently Democratic
to stand publication every day : "That
a return to rigid economy and account
ability Is Indispensable to arrest the sys
tematic plunder of the treasury by
- favored partisans, while the recent start
ing developments of frauds atid corrup
tions at tbe national metropolis show
that an tntirt thangtuf admiuin ration it
FoKEiukr.F uiutt not forget that
ilajen cow belongs to Dm: American Al
liance, an order that would deprive them
of tbe right to vote or bold oTlk.
Judge Sinnotfs statement in answer to
the charge ot fraud on the part ol Mr.
Tikkn tu his Income returns, has (fleet
ually squelched those electioneering ca
nards, and satMlcd nil candid minds of
their titter fnNity. The main points In
hl statement are few. but rlrnr and con
vlncinjf, Ihe gr nl r portimi Itcinf taken
up in howii'p that Mr. TiMeii did not
nmit certain income Item tor 1NU2 as
charged by the New York 7V"i'. Hi
relet a lnlloivsto the lallure on tin part
of Mr. 1 ildeii to make returns alter a evr
titm peri. hi, showing that in doing so
then wa ti"t tin j-liiilitcst violation of
law, a bu t that the Bri.l.KTlx published
tthcu the Income ill trges were lift pro
duced as campaign material :
In revpii-t to tlii allegation that afier
two years of the Income tax Mr. Titdeii
niad'"' no return but h it that portion of
bis tax which was in cxci-" ol tin pay
nit nts tor his account made by the cor
porations, whose IiuiiiI a:nl "lock lie held.
IoIm ascsed under the law bv Ihe. etl
mateol the public ortiivr, the answer is
simple. The "i.-unti gave the taxpayer
the option to lake that course. Mild
guild and honorable reasons exited
why a scrupulous man should accept
that, option. Mr. Tilden received no
favor from the tiovernmenl olliecrs, and
sought none. He did nothing hut pay
all Uu y Imposed on him. Nearly all his
income from Investment paid the tax
through the corporations whose bonds
and .-locks he held without allowance
for Ihe lawful deductions. On the resi
due, alter Ihe law deductions were made,
In believed at. the time that instead of
paying less, he oltener paid more than
would have leeu the result ol a full, but
troublesome, accounting. Ik prclerred
In that way to Im; exempted lrom
the difficulties Incident to attempt
ing H specllle statement of
the allairs in which he was interested,
and ol the corporations and business in
which he was an investor; and also to be
exempted from the responsibility of ad
judicating on the tacts and the law appli
cable to uncertain and fluctuating ele
ments during rapid and violent changes
of fictitious values. The law was unset
tled ; questions of real dillTruhy existed.
Constructions were set up by ollicials
which were otten conflicting, unintelli
gible or incapble ot a just or sate applica
tion, audit was not agreeable to make a
rclurn on a doubtful or disputed theory,
or In contradiction to even unmeritori
ous claitnes made in behalf ot the govern
ment. Mr. Tilden said : "I will make no re
turn ; assess what you please, and I will
pay." The officers of the government
had but one recourse, to estimate as they
saw fit, hand in their bill and receive
money. It Mr. Tilden was benefitted by
the transaction it was no fault ol his, but
should be charged to officials having su
pervision of that Interesting and Impor
THE lni.A ORRMASH.
The fact cannot be denied that the Ger
mans of Indiana are thoroughly alive to
the issues Involved In their coming
state struggle. Edmund Jusscn and
General Franz !?igel, supporters ot Til
den, arc now among them, and inspire
an unexampled enthusiasm. At Indian
apolis, on Ihe night of the 2."tli, these dis
tinguiscd German visitors were escorted
to the opera house by a procession num
bering over 2,000 people, uniformed and
bearing torches on foot and horseback.
They made speeches that were received
with I bunders of applau-c by the throng
of Germans assembled, Jusscn leaving
the impression that in eloquence and
logic he Is the superior of Schurz.
Owing to the sudden change Ol politi
cal sentiment among the Germans, the
Republican managers secretly believe
that all Is Iot to their party not only
in Indiana, but in Ohio.
i'roiu indications ill our midst, inde
pendent of those from abroad, it is plainly
evident that the German mind has under
gone a rapid and decisive change, and
that these noble citizens and lovers of
republican liberty desire an overthrow ol
the administration power, and are march
lug to the front all along the political
line with the same dash and cITectivcucss
that distinguished the historic march ot
their kindred of the Fatherland to the
capital of France, They do not inarch
with blood in their eyes, nor with gun
and bayonet in their hands, but carry
IX'mocratic ballots, that will produce re
sults far more wonderful and beneficial
than those brought about by appliances
of w ar.
This news from Indiana, telling us
that the eloquent Jusscn and the gallant
Sigel have Ix-cn received with cheers of
enthusiasm by their fellow countrymen,
where Schurz was coldly met, will
cause 1'etuocra ie Hags to ll utter, and
Democratic torches to burn with renewed
It was predicted years ago that when
the German vote changed it would lie
like & vat tidal wave sweeping every
thing before it. The wave has com
menced in I n. liana and Ohio, .and in No
vember will go on Its purifying mission
all over the land, and assist hi blighting
forever the Republican seeds of central
ization sown In the rich soil ol America.
In J.ippinciit'$ Mtgatine lor October,
the centennial article is devoted to the
art galleries, and is lull oi instructive
and discriminating criticism, which will
greatly aid the visitor in forming a cor
rect judgement of the collection and se
lecting for observation what Is most
worthy of careful study. Tho illustra
tions, though mere outlines, intended to
suggest the subjects and grouping, will
also be lound useful. "At. Atrlcan Balr-
haven" is the title of a well-writ.
ten paper, also illustrated, descriptive ol
the Island of Goree, a memorable slave
station in former days, and alternately a
French and English possession. ".Sicll
lian Folk-Lore," by professor T. F.
Crane, of Cornell, is a rich In amusing
and fanciful stories and traditions, while
Mr. Edward King' account of "A day
with a Voivoda" Is graphically written,
and will interest all who sympathize
with tho efforts of the Bosnians and other
Christian subjects ol the Porte to escape
lrom an oppressive rule. l.iy Barker
continues her entertaining letters from
South Allies, and Mr. Robert Wilsou
c .includes his attractive aeries ol papers
on the eastern shore of Maryland with a
description ol the historical remains and
memories still extant In that country
ol pench-growcrs. "From 'CO to '05"
given some glimpses of domestic tile in
tho South west diirlmf the war. "A
Fiery Furnace'' Is the t'llo of a strange
and decidedly thrilling story with a
basis of seicittlth, fact and the
ory that remove It fro'n the
common category of lletlon. Miss Ol
ney's serial. "Love In Idleness," ad
vances four chapter., and maintain Its
spirited dialogue lu the inidt of fresh
cninplicationn and development. The
poetry of the number Is by M:iurice
Thompson, Emma Lazarus, mid Will
Wallace Harney. nn J the Monthly Gossip
Includes nn necounl by Mr. Hooper of
the Omnibus of Purl, with other short
and readable paper. The publishers,
we see, announce a new serial by George
Maedonald, " The M.n qtiis of Losle," to
begin In the November number. The
admirer of "Malcolm" will not fail
to not ice the signilicnnee ol Ihe title.
A Kinirti. iiitltir,
Wc hear a jfood deal of lab' from
Democrati organ about a "t'nited
South ;" and what does a united South
signify 'ttfiiinri H7iii.
It signifies that tho southern peoplw arc
seriously contemplating h chnnge nf ad
It signifies that they want a man at
the head of the government ho will
recognize the fact that the war I entirely
over, and the laws properly administered
In every southern state where Ihe Demo
cratic party is in control.
It signifies that Republican treachery,
thievery and oppression is impoverishing
the South, Interfering with its manufac
turing Interests, and driving northern
and foreign capital to seek Investments
It signifies thai the bayonet does not
till the soil nor start the mill wheel, and
should be kept in the armories ot the na
tion to be used against her enemies.
It signifies that violations of the con
stitution tor partisan purposes jeopardize
the liberties of the whole people, North
It signifies that the Republican party
for the past six years has been controlled
by thieves and demagogues.
It signifies that the people of the South
have been the greatest sufferers through
the acts of these men, and at the ballot
box will enter a united protest against
It signifies that the dawn of a better
period is about to diffuse its cheery
light oyer a people hnbitterod against
each other by the venomous teachings
ot creatures born to notoriety and public
station through events that were inevi
table. It signifies everything good to the re
public, and an eternal enmity to its talse
friends and political directors.
And it signifies rest and contentment
to every southern state, and their rapid
advancement to agricultural wealth and
Tut Gorm.ius of Illinois, like their
countrymen in Indiana and Ohio, are
leaving the party of corruption by the
hundreds. Cairo can show a large list
of pr6mlnent Germans who claim that
the Republican leaders have abandoned
the principles upon which the party was
Tiik plan ot selling goods adopted by
a Spirit Lake, Iowa, merchant would
take well hi this city. No books are
kept, but when a customer desires credit
he goes to the desk and borrows money,
for w hich he gives his note, payable w ith
interest. He then buys goods and pays
Thk St. Ixmis ltepu'iliemn "It has
been discovered that a ben held up by
one leg will not squeak half as much as
when both legs arc grusjicd. Now some
logical person will be suggesting that
tho pervading female orator be held up
by one pshaw !'
Ri'TiiKKt'oK-o B. Hayis said that it
would be admirable to amend ihe natur
alization laws so as to limit Mitl'i agc to
persons born in this country.
The Atlanta 7Wi says that UO.OW col
ored men ol Georgia will vote the Demo
cratic ticket next November.
Ykllow fever Is spreading lu New
Orleans, In Macon it is declared epi
demic. I Ioxkst Republicans say they will not
support a perjurer for office.
Forkh;ners must not forget that
Hayes was a Know Nothing.
What did Hayes do with the dead de
serter's money ?
THE ROBBERS PRISONERS.
An lularvlew with litem.
The editor ol the St. Paul Tribune
went to Madclia Thursday, and from an
extra Issued yesterday we extract the
following account ol an interview with
Bob Younger :
He Is a man fully six feet high, well
built, sandy complexion, and has a pleas
ant face. We should pick him out in any
crowd as a kind-hearted man, whom we
should expect would grant a favor read
ily. He conversed freely, and answered
most ot the questions put to him w ithout
lie admitted Unit the party were en
gaged in the Northfleld robbery, and in
reply to our question why they killed
the cashier, he said, "It was ad d lool
trick." We asked him if they hadn't
had a rough time In Minnesota, and he
replied that "he had never been lu any.
thing like it before." We also arked
why they selected the North Held bank
to rob In preference to others. His reply
was that they thought there was more
money to be bad there that lu Maukato
there were three banks, and the money
was too much divided. In St. Paul he
thought they wouldn t have got much.
A Madelia lady called in to see hhu.
and told film she was glad bu fell into
Christian nanus ana wouiu be wen taken
care of, and tie said be was very grateful
lor it. but could not say be deserved it.
Circumstances," be said "sometime
make imu what they ure. Hit hud not
been for the w ar. I might have Ik en
something, but as II is. I am what I am."
Cole "ungtr said to the shcrill :
"Am you Hie sin t ill?" and ho replied :
Colo then replied : "You will get tho
reward, without doubt, but I want to ask
one favor ot you. II any of them cow
ardly son o" b of detective come
here don't let them in to see us ; I don't
Want to hci' them nor have to talk to
He also told Mr. K-te that il I hey bad
chosen I hey could 1 1 1 Vi shot hint and
several others, but did net desire to kill
any more than they could help, although
if they had seen any of the b'lie-coated
police alter tbelii I bey would have picked
them off, for they claim they could shoot
with accuracy (our hundred' yards.
Soon alter their wounds were dressed,
I oh' Younger seemed to be sohro.uiinir
to himself, iiihI was heard to say, "d
don't believe It I don't believe it."
I'pon being asked what he did not be
lieve, he continued. "Byron says 'Death
is the end of nil suH'eiitig -the beginning
ol tliegre;it. day :tf nothingness,' but. I
don't believe it."
The dead man in Ihe jail was live lei t
nine and three-quarters inches in height,
stror.gly but not m ry heavily biiilt,
black, straight hair, mustache and chin
whisker, and ie sbould think might
pass r,r a pofi-bed gentleman, lie is
considered w ithout doubt lo be t 'barley
1'ilt. and Hob Younger says he i the
man that killed the Notthlield cashier.
Among other Humus learned from
them, they slated that the man Dunning,
whom they made captive on (he l.'lih
near Shabiit's, if be had a spark ol man
hood, would never, utter the solemn oath
he took, have exposed I hem.
They say they passed through Mau
kato ednesday evening, the Mill Inst.,
and the whislie at the oil mill was blown
just a they were going by. They sup
posed they were seen, and t ho w histle
was to give the alarm, so they went in
back ot tho null.
They also say they threw no stones on
the Blue Earth bridge, and tut t no guards
as they crossed. They say they have
never before been taken prisoners not
one of them. -
ONE MORE BABCOCK FRAUD.
A ('oloucl t KiitliiciTV' M lio ti
peiivft tal .Sre.lt ul I lie l'ulilir i;x.
(.'orrcsKin.lciii-' of t!.e l!:iltini..rv (!n.cttv )
Washivoton. Sept. 10. No fraud ap
pears to be too big or too little to be per
petrated by the average officeholder of
the degenerated party in power. One of
tbe little tricks played by tiiat star actor
of the corrupted Bepublican party, Gen
eral Orville E. Babeock, was to send
around the country nicely labeled pack
ages, purporting to contain the surplus
Of the seed picked by his little army of
stipetidaries fiom the plants in the public
grounds, and the wonder wa with the
people why these valuable seeds
did net " sprout under thtir
lostefwig care. Thoc acquainted with
Ids loose administration well knew that
his employes never picked seeds enough
to propagato even the tlowers for the
few beds in a couple of f.ivortd spots
about the wld. lawns of the public
grounds, but a resolution of ihe
house calling kr BabcocK vouch
ers revealed tho humbug, as will be
shown by the following sample, a ver
batim copy of voucher No. 120, 21 quar
ter of ls;'l (accounts of Colonel O. E.
Babeock, corps oi engineers.)
"Appropriation for improvement and
care ol public grounds :
"The United States (for flower seeds i:
"To Peter Henderson A: Co., Dr.
"March 10, Wl-For 12.C10 pa
pers assorted llowcr seeds lor
propagating garden $i5 00
"Received at New York this llihday
of March, 174, from Colonel O. E. Bab
cock, corps ot engineers, the sum of
sixty-eiht dollars, in full payment ot
the above account. Check No. 7-V, dated
March I t. ls71. on treasurer at Washing
ton, fur iS "Pki ku IIi:niki!So. iV. Co.
"I cci'tily that the above account is
correct and just. O. E. Baiicoi k,
Colonel of Engineers.
It w ill bo observed that theyj are not
seeds bought in quantities for use on the
public grounds, but all ready put up in
little papers lor distribution among
green congressmen, and paid for from
appropriations for other sjM-citied other
f e.-ilied ol j ct.'. Her': it is that the utl
luitigaUd fraud comes in. Old seeds arc
bought, paid tor at less than half a cent
per paper, and the costituents ot con
gressmen exhaust themselves in vain ef
forts to make them sprout, without hav
ing the idea that a dozen of these papers
represent a value of hardly live cents,
besides (he compliments of the valiant
general, who, in his annual report of
July 1, ls70, states that "fixty-live thous
and plants and llowcr? were sent by ex
press or otherwise, to members of con
gress .luring the pat fiscal year." All
these donations are not worth the cost of
the numerous employes who handle
Flight of I lie J nine UuyN.
Winona, Minn., Septcmlicr 2(i. The
chae after the James boys is still being
continued in Big Little country, about
thirty miles east of Sioux city. Shcrill
McDonald is in command of a w ell-organized
party, and every outlet guarded and
their capture is believed to be a mere
question ot time. Sheriffs Davis and
French, of this state, are assisting in the
pursuit. The captors and slayers are in
daily receipt of anonymous letters, post
marked at St. Paul and Minneapolis,
threatening them with assassination by
confederates of the gang.
HVIA IAI. -NOI l l:SJ.
Mothers ran soi'iire litnllli fur tlmirchil
lrra and rent for tbrinselves by Ihe ii.-p' ot'Cus-
torti. a iierfiitt substitute for Castor Oil. It Is
itWIuMy harmless, uml U as iiIphhuiU to take
us liimiy. Kr Win.t-Colliu sour ntomat-h,
wiiiiih or eiuistiiiutii.il, ii,r yniiuK or old, there
in unlliins in exisli nn-like it. It li certain, it
i H'wfsly, it id rlni.
eia, awellings, sprains, still Joiuls, l.nrns
senilis, poiKonoiii bitt. mid nil flesh, hone and
luusrle ailment, can lie ahtoliitcly ciutd by the
Criiluur liiiiini'i.t. Whui il.u White Liniment
is fur the luuiuin family, the Yellow J.iiiiiumt
is fur Biaviiu-.l t;aUst and lame tiorsea and ani
Will-Iran, on tho Isih ilav of April, A. !,
Is'l, Juliu 11 I'lullm, uml ItiiL'liel J. 1'liillu hU
wiiv, exrrutnl ami delivered lu Hie unileiaiKnetl,
lor Hie nuruose ni' uruium t tit nuvmeiit of u
rertaiu iroiiiiury m.te Hit-rein liicutiouiNl, u
nu.i .iiry iu iiii; liilloH llig ilMcrniru (iiciuipr.,
lo-wil : l.ul DiiinUml eiKhtern (ls. in block
nuiutwieil luur (4), in the City oft airo, Illinois,
antl wlit-rvaii itHuiilt imH Ihi u nmilt in the iay
lueul of buiil uote. Nuw, therefore, I" unu
w't of tlit- authority i oiilcl roil by nai'l Hunt
ileeil, I will tell the above ili-ribe4 jjeinu-i,
at public ri'iiihie, in ihe hmhit IrnlUer, for
uo.li iii haml, ai the court h"iike iloor la Cairo,
lllinou, on Suiui.luy, the isih day of October,
A I'., s;ii, at ihe hour ol t o'clock, i ni.,of
aid day, Mint vale to bo with'Mit rtileiui'tion.
Al. Hih it. sAt toiU, irusi.e.
I liJK Ir.N Jt t.tl.nt, HI', Attorney, m-yf-'s-tw
t or ttMle.,
Ily onlt-rof th County Ciiuliiiaiieis ct A I
exauder county, there will be ollcred fur Kile, u
imbue- aimliou, at 1 hehrs, on the U-Ui Uay of
Sept , i;ii. at a o'doia, a.m., Ihe old tout
lluue, im-tu.liiiK ihe grounds on uuu h it i Min
ute!. lemi:iiuted and kuowu as the Public
Square, lerma of Uia aule : or e.iiiuu
licliniislm ij, lv.Mn.s (o,tui r '
tall-..', -pt. II, I-;.,
If In Mskf Money,
We will state Unit tho surest, best and
tfliteillr-t trsy to 'multiply and Inu ease"
i to call at No. 12 Wall Krrot, Mew Votk,
ami consult with Alex Krothlngham iV Co.
Theo irenilcinen, who have luiijr been
Identified wltli tlio history iind iillairs ol
Wall street, are iinuvjully skilled in mone
tary nll'ilrs, and In ever Ihinx uptierMintni;
to speculation, ure uueM-cllcd fur ahili!,
and p.'olii-icncv.' It lint al-o he mid thai
uf tho m:itiy Uroki-r.' lu thnt city they are
not ciily the nci-l popular, hut also the
Timst i in ci'v'.il, lu st piitrnuled, tuiil must
wiih U- known in or ue.ir the h liiliv ul
Wnll stru t
Allioujr the clM iiihI, ol tin- douse of
Ah-s I'luthiiahiiiii Am, ar muni; o' our
leadiiiir mi. I rfprest'iitiitUe eiticiis, who
Hie liuiilily Iteh-hti'il In the l ilnn, of this
hi in lor much 1. 1 the wraith tiny nuw enjoy,
1 1 1 1 i i i r the I. oil' iiud shi-i i sMul exjier
icni e ol .Messrs, Al:x. FrolhiiiKhum .V t'o.,
ill this city they have enriied I'm-theinscls i s
mi cmliiMe reputation for honesty, Integ
rity an 1 faith, and er.joy abusine almost
eo.)-al in lt proportions. In fact, tbo
amount of leislnes done hr this hoii-e In
the coii'M1 ol a ) ear Is something wonder
ful, uml o I ten i ilin-i tho siihji'it of coin
liietit. It iMcl- l.ut i i-it to t Uel i spacious
ollii ci In Wall sired to prove the truth of
the nhnvn statement.
How they lnnine to eunvcit 10 to
i'liu to 540. 1 1 1 it to v o, and si on, is u
secret which thev nluiic can evplairt; hut
that, they succeed in doinif mi l a lad too
well known t a. luiit of ilouht. II you
WHi'il satcly snd protitaMy invest your
iin ney. do nut lie-ii:ile to uvur this'iirm
n H li your ca-h and coiill.Ieiicn. 'I hat hy so
iloiiiu ynu wi.'l reap an r bun. hint rewind,
the eXK'ficui-e ol tliounmls i, cur hesf
citii iis utlcsf. 1 ho neces-ity f takile
sui li a course In these times id tolttrln
hanks nud liti.tin-i I strineency niu-t he ri
1 areiil to the in-lit i in li Hi re lit mil cureless
Messrs' Alx. Frothinchaui Ar Co., are
ptcpart-d to itic.t monry to any amount in
the best so -uiit'cs, and in every transac
tion in width they may be rnxttjeil icuar
antee endra satis'artloii lo those who honor
thPlii with llii'ii- pat onnc.
If j7"J?end for their Fxplioatoty t in-ular
and Weekly Iteport, which they mail free
to all who di'sire them. f'mm . )'. ir-rnf-t;n.
Anril C, IsTC. T-IH-ood.'tni
I., r. Ittinhci'M Hitter Wine or Iron
has never ht-en known to fail in the cure of
wcu'uess, attended wiih symptoms; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of In eat hit) , general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
lul horrorof death, iiiht sweat, cold feet,
weakness, ditnurss of vision, languor, uni
versal las.-Uude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dysi cptic "symp
tom", hot hauls. Hashing of "the holy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid countCDat cj and
eruption i n the face, purityim; the blood,
pain in the ha.-k, heaviness ot tbe eyelids,
frequent hlack spots flying before the eyes
with temporary sutllsion and loss cf sight,
w.ibt ot nttcii'iu, ete. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. F. Kunkel's Hitter Wine of
Iron. It never fail. Thousands are now
enjoymtr health who have Used it. Take
ouly'K. F. IvimkiTs.
HfivM.) of counterfeit and haso lmita
tiotis. As Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron Is
ki well known all over the country, dni
gists tliemst lvesniike an Imitation and try
to fell it na to their customers, when they
call for Kuiiki T Hitter Wine of Iron.
Kunkel's liitter Wine of Iron is put up
only in I bottle-, and has a yellow w rapper
nicely put on the outside with tbe pro
I rletyr's photograph on tbo wrapper of
each hot-Ie. Always look for the photo.
frrapa en the out-id?, and you Will always
ie sure to get the Genuine. " Ouo dollar pel
bottle, or six f.irf.'. .sol J by lrujgU:s aud
i ealers everywhere
AM, WORMS ItKMoVKD ALIVK.
K. 1". Kunkel's Worm syrup never falls
ouVs'roy Pin Scat and Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, tlio only successful physician
who removes Tape 'Worm in two hours
a'ive, with besd, and no fee until removed,
Common sense teaches that II Tape Worm
tie rimoved, a 1 other worms can be readily
!etroed. SpihI lor circular to Dr. Kun
kel. No. -j:.!) North Ninth street, Philadel
phia, l'a., or ctll on your druggist and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm fvnip.
l'rlec. If 1.00. It never fail.
PAINT AXD OIIA.
B. F. PARKER,
Di alers Id
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
lATall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on lift ml, the celebrated illuminating
Corner Elaventh Street and Waahln c
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington ud Commercial
Avenues, adjoining Hanny'a.
KEEPS for sale the best flef, Pork, Mutton
Veal, Lamb. Kausujte, Ac. and is pre
I mail it rv Ismllii-x in an amwntithlii ma- "s
To whom Pensions are
nATTt EVHRY. Holdler
MrLXU aDlSABLKD whila in the Unit
and dikcftarge of duty, either by accident o"
otbenrUe, ihould tiavo a panaloa. Tba loea (U
a flnger entitle you to a p anion. A ruytul
co matter how tliKht, giTes you a peaatotw
a he Iom of a toe aTvea you a Mnaloo.
The loaa of an eve give yea a penaioo
Any Injury willRlve you a pe niton. .
a AMY penoT
UnltM State Claim Agent, IxdiikajOLIS, IT
lUTOa all letter mark V. O. Box M.M
tlitM tttt In vbat rnrr tou mw ihU 4venlMaicnli
HAVE YOTJ TRIED
who are dow drawn.? a punslon,
tied loan increaae. HfTiTTTaT
y3endltampXI"J U XV
Zur copy oi roDsion au.i nonnty acta.
Atdr,p. u. FITZGERALD.
For u se in Summer and Winter.
Makt-4 ebith clean, aweet and very Vliite
WITHOUT ItOlUSljor KJAI.PING.
No Bough Ilande !
No Yellow Clothes !
No Wash Boiler I
No Steam in the Itouse !
eiuaruiiU-od iiuji r ') jieualty not to In
jure clothe, ami u-riur for 'Toilet ami 8huv
iug. Subl at Stored, or a family MtcLiige will be
Kill, eire charge prrpaiil. vn mvipt of one
dollar and 11 Ily cent. Oui reliable dealer
wunted at every jiruiuliient Hj;ut iu agent, Willi
hni a liU rul urrungi'iia.it will I niaiie.
P. II. 8I00ALL,
-- iIaw -'iu l"t Market H.. I'UUa.
SIXTH BTHKET, Between OHIO
liKVKH AND COMMERCIAL
tdatiufHi lure hi own Hums Rhoea and
inn Aaaurti Uoud Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED .
I - -i in
MT. CARBON(Blg MudHy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
l,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
aTTo large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CA1E0 Cm COAX COMPART.
ttT'Halltilay Hro. office, No. 0 OhloLevre.
tVllaUiilay Ilro w hurt boat.
irAI Kirji'tian Mill, or
ly-At tbi toal Dump, root of TuutT-Elnhth
trf-Pont ftffli-f nrwn, n
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Faducah, Shawneetown. Evans
Tille, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings. .
The elegant aide-wheel tmi
Walter B. I'iskixoiom. . ..ManU-r
Cn AHLkd I'a.tniHi.Ton Clerk
Will leave Cairo erery WEDNESDAY at 6
o'clock v. ni.
The flevl sicauier
ho. 1 iioma
Ix-avc Cairo every SATl'KIMT.
Each boat ruukea close connection at Cairo
with Ilrftt-cliuM umcr for bt. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Kvansvllie with
the E.AC. It. It for all poinu North and kasf.
andwitbthe Ixwisville Mail bleamera fin. all
IMiiuta on the l'per Ohio, bividk through re
ceipts on fi-rigoU and passenger to all point
tor urther information apply to
SOL. SILVEli, l'asM-nger Airent.
J. M. l'UILLirs, A-BU-Or
to U. J. GHATatlaKB,
juperiutemlrnt and General KreiKht Agrnt,
10-3--JU-1V. ETaniville Indiana.
t'OMMINSIO aUCKt'H A HTfk
STO ATT0N A BIB1) j
AOENT0 All EHIOAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio Levee.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kind (bard and aoft,)
FLOORING, 8IDENO, LATH, &o.
Mill ud Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
Q. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer lu
lie. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL attantioi fivea tocoBtif niucoU an I
No 80 Ohio Leree.
(OmCS OS PABLOE)
(Until you have leen and tried ur n)
HEADLIGHT (A8 WE GUARANTEE FOR IT)
(Perfect CcBtJci of toft ni cats,)
(lallU Halt or is soot or Ciifcr ,)
( rirst-Eate Ml will esUre cciirol ol m ruro
(CITIXC A TERT STRONG
AND OIF0RM HEAT.)
And tli eonrtrnetlon of Ihe Store I an ilinple that
tlie frt which rr cxpowd to tatrnae 11 emu
M Mall and qak-kljr rrplaeed at a aaall coat Ly
the moui Infxpcrtpooml pvrwm. We era Uienp
Ibre eonfldent that tlM HEAULIGHT la
(L'Bojaailed la Um icclal point of)
(Great Heating Capacity,)
(Economy In Prloe.)
Tor Price Ut a4dme
612, 614,6164618K.Klil Street..
ST. LOUIS, MO.
C. W. HENDERSON.
IP 5. ED
A Curious Good Thing
That ronrt InT.ntlf lirn ;
That cooqu! frrjadicr.
it craze aix
rr mmm) An la ry tmrm,
BiHf.l, Tryl4 l,lr,
nrh. Llvvr Iwaki, HMUi
14 Itww mm4) Ia4lrritn.
! aealBB aa4 hr ratiace.
If mdiraUil ilh fr tiva eomaonnd. Taiea ,j
atxorllon, action oa lb livor tod .lonuh iamdl.
atlr, Ukiaa froB the.).!. m tnj aarlicW! Mala.
na and BiUeut cloa
Da. T. W. FAiarmib:
lUk.plMiur. la Uitifflac that tlolaaa'a Aeae
Pad ba card me. prcmpil) adi! .flrcioli7, of lb
call!, and, la addition to thn.it naa m aaaiaill
ttira mora torpid action or tba llnr, kkb ha
ubjUid ui. to periodical billou. attack! aad, a
a conMqono. I am aow eiyoMu Uttar baaltk law
I bT lor twelve raar-
. w JlMpwtrallr your.
" . JMsFU H.tROBKTnV,
Al.lntABt l'otiiitr, I liuiuomti, O.
Cot. Thornton la well know th coramanilar bf
an Indiana aefiuenl lu lb war witb lb Conftil.
Prica tl, VIII nd bf nil when drnaalit do not
kft them. bnd for book containini much valuable
Inlormatioa about tbi wondtrful caratir.
U. D. V. MW, Proj., CitciuaU, 0.
Like vfrythlnf valnahle. BOLat AH'S FETXH
AMU JLUVt AMfi LlVSa lAU8. tbat b .Wod
th teat for faari.wltb a aational rcaotatloa for
AMD IMITATKU ( clumay eniftrica, aad aadar
other name. Some are a deadly poison, other a
tfif r,Lh ,4 "ttth aaw.du.t. TBIV AHK BAbK
rKADoB; gotten uato Mil on tbe reputation of tbe
tnulnJx0IiT". BIT HOLM AI). BIAalKU
lid PICTCBS AND HIONATCRI tberebr areld
tat dtappolntmnt and lapotltlon. -
nm SEDUCED TO SUIT TBE TIKES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board. 3d Floor S3. 00 Par Say
Spial Rata by Weak er Month.
A limited number of Nrtry dmlralile lamily
rounia oan be avcured atrowoaelile ratea lortlie
The bt. Uiarle la the lariat aad bent anpolnt
edllouae In Southern lllinui,and la the leadma
Imtil In Cairo.. Motwllhetaiidina' tbe "Bcil
Hock" reduotiotl in priee. tbe table will, aa
usual, be liberally auuplied with lb vary best
of everything that can be found in market.
fine Wge sample room for commercial trar
ulera, on around door, free of cbanr. - '
Cf All baggaceor guaau eon ve yed to and lrom
the hotel without charge.
JK WJCTT WILCOX ek CO. ,
. S -V
A in) CAIIDFE
. Genera I
73 OHIO LEVEE. "
City VsttOBal BaBk Baildiag, ay-italri.
The OldMt XaUblUhad Ateiuy U Boat
. en lUiaola, iapraanUBC er
16ft 000 000