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CYRUS S OBERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
BAMtTEL J. TILDES',
of New York.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
Win. 3. ALLEN, of Jackson county,
fn F. COOLBUAOH, of tooV cssinty.
1st Dis't-Thomas Hoyns,
Sd " -8 8. Hayes,
nd Arno Voss,
4th " Thos. B. Coulter,
Ath " W.O. Oreen,
th " -Jtmei B. Eckels,
.th Oeo- B. Martin,
"th " -O. W. Bullock,
rth ' -L, W. James,
loth " J. W. Davidson,
11th " W. E. Ewlnr,
12th " -Charles- A Keyes.
isth " --C A. Roberts.
14th " -O. B.Eicklln,
V.th " --R. rt. Bishop,
iota -J. J. Phillips,
nth ' - C. A. Walker.
1-th " --J. P. Johnson.
K'th " -J. M. Crabs.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
of KentUU county.
ARCHIBALD A. OLENN.
of Drown county.
r .r .tr rfury of Mats,
S. Y. THORNTON.
V -r miliar,
uf Oe.k rmnty.
Kor s;ate Treasurer,
of Clinton mnniy .
For Attorn:)' (itnfr.il.
Congressional District Ticket-
1 or Conors:-.-.,
of liandoiph county.
lor Member State Hurd of UqiulL-aiion.
OLIVER P. HILL,
ef I'ninn county.
Se atorial District Ticket.
For State Senator Fiftieth lVittriel,
of Vuion county.
For Representatives in the fV-iislature Fiftieth
PRANK M. AONEW,
of Jackson county.
JOHN H. OBERLY
of Aleiandcr county.
While much mar be accomplished by
these method, it might encourage delusive
expectation If I withhold here the expics
ion of ray convl tion that no reform of the
riril ervi:e la thi country will be com
plete sod permanent until it chief magis
trate is co'ietl'utlcnally disqualified lor re
election; experitr.ee bavin; repeatedly
exposed trie futility of elf-imposed restric-
H ms by can-iida' er ini-uw-jentii.
Thr.vjj;ti thi solemnity oi.ly can lie be el
fectually delivered irotu h:s reatvst :emp:a
tiun to m ue the poer and plronaire
wi h which the Executive is necessarily
charged. From Samuel J. Tildeni letter
The noVder motives ed humanity concur
with tie materia' interest of all io requir
ing that every obstae'e be removed to a
complete and durable reconciliation be
tween kindr-d population once unnatur
ally e -tranced, on toe basil recognized by
the St. Louif platform, of the "constitution
of the United State, with its amendment
uuiversally accepted a a final settlement
of the controversy which engendered civil
war." But, in aid of a reiu't so beneficleot,
t he moral influence of ever? good citizen, a
wt'J at every governmental authority,
fcua-ntto b exerted, od alone to maintain
their Just erjual ty before the law, ,ut like
wise t establish a cordial fraternity and
jjod wi'l atnoLf tit'zcLs, whatever tlere
rat or color, who arc now united in the
vtie deticy of a 'common M-lf-government.
If th duty ha'.l be assigned to me, I should
not fail to exercise Uie power with which
the laws and (he constitution of our coun
try clothe iu ehkf magistrate, to protect all
it citizens, w hatever their former condi
tion, in every political and personal right.
(from Samuel J. Tilden' letter of acre js,
Wr Jmounee the Iiumjtij clavtr
f the art uf 1&75, an'f tee h're Je
intnd il r'peril.Xiti'oii'il Ih mor'itic
J 'fat form.
Sf'i u It' ll the fruit i,f itiduniri) ire
gathered fur the use uf tlf toilt rt, that
tky nrr not uxitJ by th'' pr"jlijacy
fraud or prrulnion of ynur public
J iitf. Goo. Til Jen.
Thk yellow lever eiude-ini'." is losing it,
trvnjftlt in Savannah.
The IIou. John II. Olicrly srioLu to tin:
Dmociatji of Jackaoinllle laM nljlit.
Kip ;luvet are not popular in Indiana
sill! last Tuesday, but tluie isaii iu
t reased drmand for blue jeans.
.SiNiiuK Monios' has soue, to tltt
raciflc coast. Uo wau't uecdi-l at any
jullltlcaUon ol LU party iu Indiana.
The lion. Win. HarUcll ha spokx-uut
various place within the last tow weeks,
u innlug t;oIJt!Q oplnlou from all torU of
opi. He U loin; blmll awl hit
party much good.
Dob Ikgkmoll aw-ears 4,ly tL j;od"
tie will atlck to the Eepubllcan party,
though iudlavna, New York and
Hvw Jeraey may all go to the dogi.
blue Hob iwean by liia own cod, tbla
Is not M emphalie an oath aa Jackson'a
by tU KUrrnal."
X4TI RA1.1ZA1IO or rol.Mi--
Als uual Itt lorc a prcfidt nlial tlw
lion, lKHtiy f rilenrr a'p applying for
naturaliiition pajwr in allptrtof tin;
cou.itry. but tin- buincs is plit'tl with
uuuMi.'tl vitfur in New York fily. The
courts have bn nipjctl nintv Soptotn
lor iu Itirnlsliinjr natiiraliitaiion paper
to properly qualitiod aliens, but as Xo
VftuUr approaches, both political par
tie have taken the matter in hand, ami
All men deslrinff to vote lor Tilden or
Have?, who have been In the coun
try long enouy, hare ina ie citizen
without any expense to themselves. The
Heptiblieatu iu Nevr York City have had
a committee at woik for some wetk, and
it I averted that through its agency
litteen liundrvd alien have been natural
ized, the majority of whom will vote
lor Governor Hayes. A democratic
committee has also bten formed to
further the work of naturalizing Demo
cratic alien, and the judge in the court
rooms, ay the New York ITemM, are
kept bu?y, carefully hearing testimony a
to the iiiallln:atioii of applicant . In
nearly every case the evidence U found
atlMactory and the part ie arc s Aorn in as
citizens. The bnfinrs conducted on a
systematic plan, and there i little de
lay and - no conlu-ion, coniilering the
large number vv ho present themsclve.
Germans and appear in about ejiul
numbtTS and constitute the bulk ot those
admitted. Italian and .Scandinavians
are nnmerou: French and Spaniard arc
few; English and Scotch make a good
showing, and Uclgians and SwUs apply
in goodly number". Colored jHople from
Cuba and other Wc.-t India Manila and
from South .nierira, apply by the score,
and some lialf doen Chinamen have,
during the month, Im-cii naturali.ed
Blewcvn the prrent and li cliou time it
is estimated Unit at ka-tlour (hou-aud
u"k'ii will In; eon vertnl into ci(i''ii-.
MR OHI.KI.Y') Kl.
Mr. Albright'- little campaign. &I:e t,
publilicd at Ava, iu Jackson county,
perist'in calling Mr. J. II. (! rly "adi-
j organizerand a'pliant torj iu the hands of
tlie ring leadiTs. 1 tn- "ring that Mr.
Ohcrly is connected with i- a very large
one. and is composed of the l-e-st. the
ablest and the mot iniluential Icm'"Krat5
of the Fifti-'th senatorial di.-tiiet. It is a
ring whore .protestation in favor of a
reform iu the public policy of the coun
try, are something more than mere party
clap-trap designed to catch the ear and
the vote of the unwary ; it is a ring which,
by putting up as its candidate lor osi
tions of public trust, men whose charac
ters for integrity, ability and sobriety
cannot be questioned, has given an evi
dence ot the sincerity and J.he purity of
Its motive and purposes ; a ring
which know that to secure the over
throw of llepublican mpreniacy, endto
tear up by the roots Radical corruption,
it is lound to support only honest and
true men for office. This is the only ring
to wh eh Mr. O'jeriy ha the honor of
belonging; i:s candidate have clean
hands and pure records, and will be trl
umphantly elected in November.
'J'hk Springfield Il'p'iblitatt say of the
Southern question : There is i;o chance
or hope of healthy politics until we do
get rid of it ; on that point all intelligent
men arc agreed. So long as the 'war is
sues' are capable of being warmed over
from year to year ar.d election to elec
tion ; so long as a large section cf the
country is disturbed by violence and
paralyz'-d bv mis-government, so long as
white is arrayed against black, capital
against labor; o long as hundreds ot
thousands of our countrymen and tellow
citizens have a smarting sense of outrage
and oppression, so long will the victory
ot the Union be incomplete, so long wilj
our politics be feverish with disease."
Tat trow ingot the Xew York 7'ikV
roosters over the bare escape of the Re
publican party in Ohio, is very sickly
and uncertain. The Timtt advist- Re
publican all over the country that
"Lamest and systematic work, good
'noniinatlotii for ail efficts, and prompt
'conoessiotj on the part of rival candi
'date whose claim stand in the way of
'party harmony, are among the tnot
'obvioui and tiece?arv preparations tor
a twee-ping Republican majority irj'Xo
vernber." Tut elections ol Tuesday lat show
that the Germans of Ohio and Indiana
have cast their lot with the iJeruocracy.
Those who still waver will decide before
the November election. The know-nothing
record ol Governor Haves, hi accent-
anee ol his nomination bv the American
Alliance, and hi endorsement of
Its principles pro-ciibing all foreign
born citizens of the L'nited State, will
drive every lorcigu-born voter in the
country Irom his support.
I ivim.y advice to John A. Log in by
the Illinois Stale HrjUter: John A.
Logan was very eloquent yesterday on the
proposition that rebel claims should not
be paid. If Logan really propose to
abandon his claim lor the bounty for the
men ho recruited lor the relrel army,
why not say so in plain words'?
Ihi. Ci i MENr U making little i-iechc.
here and there iu this congressional dis
trict, but he does not euthuse" hi
audience very much. Clements ex
hausted hinwll Iu his speei h in congress
when its hall echoed to his tread a few
years ago. His feeble light went out
then and has never blazed since.
Tue Cincinnati Cmmnnrciil is as jolly
as M irk Tapleyiu fact It is happy over
the defeat of Republicanism Iu Indiana
and the next thing to it in Ohio. It ar
gues that Republican defeat in October
U the sure presage of Republican vic
tory iu November.
Tut tet of Gov. Hayes' popularity in
his own state has not been satisfactory
to the Republican party. The third
termers believe Grant would have done
a well, with all his Imperfection on bis
I'aurk Uohwin addressed a Very large
Democratic meeting at Cooper Institute
on last Wednesday evening, in the course
of which he said be had nothing to say
of Mr, Hayes, Republican ciindid.VtH for
president, for the same reason that some
one once gave lor not lighting a duel
with John Rudolph: That there was
not enough of Iflni to shoot."
Hon. John II. Onsiu v will devote hint
I', from now until the election in No
vember, tu hard labor for the succes of
the Democratic ticket in Illinois. Invita
tions for hiui to address the p ople iu all
parts of the state are received daily, and
It is probable that he will speak nearly
every day from this time forth until tho
eve ot the election.
IS! It n. IIAVKN A iOVt-.OTIllU.
From an interview between Judgs S.'allo.
et CincinLatl, and a Reporter" of tile
t hicago I imes.
Reporter hat do you know, Jode,
ol that charge made against Gov. Hayes
of his being iu open and avowed sym
pathy with thi so-called American Alli
ance? Judge Stailo ell, my answer to that
shall be simply a narration of my own
experience niih the charge. It was not
entirely new to tne when 1 used it, but
being anxious to learn the truth, I wailed
till some response should come from Col
umbus, Fin illy we got it iu the shape
ol a general denial lrom Mr. Lee. (he
Governor's private secretary; and it
struck lue as singular that Gov. Hayes
beluga lawyer, should think of coining,
before the public with such an unsatis
factory rejoinder to a very important
charge. Several d.iys later, nitctiiig
Col. Maiklireitl,, the governor'. particu
lar tricii4, (called his attention to ibis
damaging irregularity. I told him that
if the governor wished inn to disbelieve
the charge, he must conic forward over
his own signature and deny the accusa
tion in terms. I would then be forced to
Inlieve him. That was some days ago.
I have me:ius of knowing that ol.
M ukbreit went to 'olumhti at once
but. so far. the governor has not author
ized the denial we d in iud.
Reporter Then ou ineai: to bflieve
that Gov. Have i t onally indorses the
principles of that AUtinee. till become
forward personally and deni.-s it
Judgf Mallo Mo-t r'-riainlv I do. As
a lawyer. 1 can do nothing else.
INFIDEL BOB'S VISIT TO GOVER
NOR HAYES' FAMILY.
llun. ftiilherforrt Worried thrsntli
brarr l lamr ana ra sul
.oi.fMBi'-. O., Oct. 1. I have been
informed that la-t week Gov. Haves and
bis excellent wife had the honor of en
tertaining Col. Bob Ingcrsoll at their
honorable mansion in this city : and 1
propose to report the afl'air iu its details
exactly as it occurred.
The thing was anticipated with some
apprehension by Guv. Haves, who is
really a pious man, and who regards the
opinions and expressions of the Peoria
orator with healthy horror. Thechl
dreu were therefore sent away on a visit
and the governor and his w ife prep.re j
themselves for the coining of their guest
by carefully reading Voltaire and l orn
Paine, and by committing to heart such
passages of scripture as might be useful
in conluiuig the arguments ol an open
Bob arrived on the quarter past Ave
train, iresn lrom Indiana, amt a lime
hoarse ol voice.. At the dinner table,
the governor maui tested considerable
trepidation, and nervously began to
sprinkle salt in his soup, but Mrs. Hayes
recalled him to a sense of his duty by re
Th Repub'.ic-'.n candidate lor presl
dent dropped his spoon Into the soup
and, after glancing timldlv askance at
the scoffer on his !-ft. bowed his head,
ana began to mumole grace in an inaudi
ble voice, while the s.-ofler amused him'
sclfbv tosit;g bits of biscuit into the air.
and 'catching Um iii in his mouth with
surprising dexteriiv and precision.
After the blessing had been a-ked. and
while Governor Hayes was wiping the
perpiratiou fiom his brow. Colonel Bob
wnAed htimcrou-lv at the colored cr
Vaht and than calmly proceeded to eat his
The estimable ho-t and hi wife haJ
no more trouble until nine o'clock ap
proacbed. This is the time for regular
evening prayer In the Hayes family, and
me governor leit mat ne should ue
grade himself In his own estimation and
lose dignity In the tye of his w ife if he
should attempt to omit or slur over the
Yet there i reason to believe, from
a remark; he subsequently made to Mr.
Hayes, that when he sroe and took
dow n from it shelf the weil-worn family
Bible and saw out ol the corner of hU
eye the s-rJonic grin that over-pread
the broad features of hi guest, he would
giaiy Lave thrown amoiuon to the
wiudt uu given the nomination to Jim
Blaine if Bvb ingersoll Lad only been In
"It's our cuetom," he sid, wlib man!
test confusion, '-to close the active work
of the scripture I me-an. to closes the
scriptures with the-active day that is,
to but if vou have any conscientious
scruples that is, if you "
'Oh, bl' p you, chip right in," re
marked Bob Ingcrsoll, encouragingly
-i nere nothing in the world amuses
The servants wete called iu, and the
head of the family proceeded to read ner
vously lrom the Act, it must be said
to Bob credit that he listened to th
reading with great attention, and, with
the exception of murmuring occasional
comments such as Mufl!" Too thin!"
"Now liatcn to that, will you '." thrown
in at passages w hich did not meet his
own v lews, he acted as reverently as
could have been expected.
But when the family were kneeling at
their chair, Bob Ingcrsoll, I very much
regret to say, crawled noiselessly across
the tloor on his hands and knees and put
the good governor into nervous spasms
by tickling the sole id his stocking loot
w ith a toothpick ; ami then set the ser
vants into convulsive laughter by rising
and executing an accurate imitation ol
tho war d m e- of a Sioux brave, conclud
ing with a war-whoop that wound up
the devotional exercise iu contusion.
At breakfast t lie next inoi ingl ol. In
gcrsoll found beneath hi plate a tract
entitled "Pause. Sinner.' pause," which
he pocketed wth great gravity, assuring
Mrs. Hayes that he should find it ot
value in hi preparation for missionary
work among the heathen of Central At
rlca, In case ot I ilden's election.
At moruing prayer the governor read
a chapter of genealogies from the Old
TebUmeut, a containing nothing that
Bob Ingcrsoll could possibly object to,
and kept one eye opened and fixed upon
his vivacious guest throughout the cluvo
This i the unexaggerated story of In
gersoll's visit to Gen. Hayes. I can as
sure your readers that there is no founda
tion lor the campaign falsehood w hich
accuses him ol stealing tho Hayes family
Bible and trading it to an itinerant
peddler for cigar. Xor is there a par
tiele of truth in the charge that with the
burnt end of a match he drew picture
oj a grinning deril on a beautiful
spatter-work motto "He givetb hi
b loved aleep," which Mrs. Hayes had
hung over the bed m the spare uliamber.
The Great Reform Canvass Helped
on by tho Late Victories.
luilintia, West iriilnin oloi'itilo.
TWELVE THOl"ANl DEMOCRATIC MA.MIt
lli. YViTEELlNes, (ct. It. Ohio county
give a Dt'tniHTitiie .naprity of IS!) on the
vote for Governor. Kcturns from the
interior still conn; In slowly . They gen
erally show increased Democratic major
it le. The State will probably go Demo
cratic by l-,Otx m.ijoritv.
I Mil A .N V.
WHAT lll.t K .IVAMs' VM.IoltllY ts.
s-peeinl to the M. l.Jid Times 1
1mias vroi-n. 1.1, MO p. in. The
prernt majority tor N illiam i 4.uS.
The counties ot Brown, ( raw lord and
Perry are still io hear lrom, which will
give estimated majority o! 1,123, mak
ing the grand total majority lor Blue
Jeans .,? 10.
WHAT IIOVK.H.SkK lli:M)!ill K AVS. '
I.niANAio!.i. Oct. 11. I he die bn
been cast for Tilden in November, and
there is every reason tobclkve that with
this prestige ot a victory , the stale will
go Democratic next month by no less
than 20.1XH.I. lie says that Harrison com
manded tar more strcnght In Indiana
than Haves can. and more, uo doubt, than
any representative Kcpublic.m in his state
could carry, lie lias run ahead of bis
ticket. Next month there will I no
scratching of Tilden among the Demo
crats. He will bring out the entire
strength of the party a registered f-r
Secretary o! the state. Nell". The German
vote, which wa partially averse to Wil
liams because the llepublicans had repre
sented him as incon petent for the posi
tion, will W.
ai.mosI soi m k. :i i ii.nr.N,
not only because siien argument are
lihdc-s in his ca-e, but because they want
reform. '1 hat i-ne will w In th"m as a
el.i. Again the I eiiiocratie Ite.lt pend
ent, having seen the tt-lly-nf throwing
away tic ir vot. s this time, will return
and swell ibv Democratic lidc. while the
Republican Independent, finding no
promises ol linaii' ial relief in Hvesaiid
ihe hard money platform of Cincinnati,
w ill look for comfort to Tilden nod the
St. Louis pledges. Finally, there is the
strength which always accrues to the vic
torious sj,iear in this stab it represent
a floating vote of abitit 5.1KX1. Governor
Hendricks is confi.Unt Indiana will verity
bis figures in November, it no efforts are
relaxeil between this an 1 cl"ction
IX COLORADO THE eo.V
Kaxas City. Mo.. Oct. 13. A Knu.
City Time Iienver special to-night says
La Plat county, claimed by the Repub
licans, gives one hundred and three Dem
ocratic majority for Patterson. Hins
dale, San Juan and Rio Grande must be
officially reported to determine the re
sult, though the Republican state ticket
will be successful by a meager majority.
The congressional campaign was" inau
gurated last night bv the State Central
committe placing Patterson in the tie-Id.
and. notwithstanding the circular issued
Ly the chairman ot the central committee
on the lie.h Inst., advising registration
for the election on November the 7th.
scores of Republicans w ill vote for Pat
NOBLE BLOOD IN ILLINOIS.
A rniilsiii uf Mr Hubert ln I iu
itvrrclary of Male's Oilier.
(?piiUsUilJ eorrepooden-.e i
Col. Harlow's assisUnt in the secreta
ry's ottlco is a lUtle, thin, insigrtiticant.
dark-eyed man. with a he-trt as big as his
whole body. A lriend of mine said once
when I told him tLis story. "Well, if I
had been around shooting sprigs ot Lng
I sh aristocracy. 1 should never have
snapped a cap at R. P. Johnson that's
tr:aiu for he U a; homely as an old
eb.0'.'' Yet this modest gentleman is a
tranJsen of Sir Robert Peel, once
prime minister of England. 1 was
f.jr years very familiar la the
family, jet heard never a word of intim
ation of their rank. 'Ihi very silence
made me appreciate and acknowledge
the high breediiig and culture of the
people w h" until the subject was broach
ed never alluded to thtir position. It
carne up when the Byron-Stowe contro
versy was on every tounge. Mr. John
ston and I were euing in her bou-e. sew
ing, one afternoon and talking ot Byron.
"Grandma Johnston told me a great
deal of Byron in her last days, lor this
first articled Mrs. Stowe's was published
just before her death, and she knew both
Lord liyron and Miss Milbanke. and
she always took Byron' part. She said
'an angel couldn't love J.aly Byron,
for she was a haughty selt
rigbteous woman. iriiul in
manner au l cold in heart.' Of course
grandma might have been predjudieed,
but what she said always come to my
mind. I believe I have an old album
ol grandma ' in a chest up stairs.
It ha Lady Byron' autograph and orig
inal poetry by Lord Byron." She
brought me the album. On the fly-le'tf
was written the name of Aunio Peel,
from her father, Robert Peel. Through
the page were scattered the names of
r.ngusli lords and ladies. mu h i,ri e-
les autograph ol Lord and Lady Byron
looaeu ai nie, in iauei iiiK, lar lroni the
land where their Ume are crumbling to
decay. Grandma Johnston was my ho-
tss mother-in-law. and ths mother r.i
Robert Pee l Johuston, and the daughter
of Sir Robert, Peel, she married
Captain Johnston of the Fnndish im vi
and at bis death came with her son t
America, where she died a few years
since at a good old aL'e. I saw their rout.
ot-arms and family jewels, and my favo-
rue, liable llejl, wore on her neck trrsaf
carven coral beads, as big as hazel nuts
LK'aiJS Which near A ci-nturv nvn tnr.
rounded the throat ol the Infant daughter
of sir Robert Peel. Mr. Johnston is a
warden in the Lpi.copal church at
Spnnglleld.and he and his wife are truly
almoners of the Lord. One-tenth of the
Income i laid aside for church work and
charitable purposes, and the poor and
needy are never turned from llu ir dnor.
empty. They live iu unosteutiou stvle.
In comtoi that not extravagance.
MonU'siJUii . the .'real l- n neb tw.lifh.fi
author ay: -The tyranny of a prince
docs not bruiL' a srai i-.i ,.r...,tf.r
er thau Indiference to the public good
places a republic. The advantage of a
free state U that its revenues srsv belter
managed : hut win- n t,at ar fieillv liion.
aged, the advantage ot a free state 1 that
there are no favorite ; when this is not
the casst. and when. Instead ot the friends
and relation of a prince, it Is necessary
to make the tortim ,.t si.n v,.,,i ...li
relations of all thr,,e wj,o take part In
the government, the state Is ruined.
f'f Every Pestcrlption
i I H I So
Have tiHu:.l in tluir Vi.ili-.a!(. Htc li ii'-v i ti
Wabash Avenue and Wash
A Largo an l Well Se
lected Stock of Foreign
To Which They Invito tho
Special ATTENTION! of tho
riiii.AtiKi.rni . pa.
I ai treat Ii.tcrnational Exhibition, d-sL-ned
to UMiuuiemnrate the one liuiidrvdih
anniversary ol Aim r, can ltdceintetice,
opened May loth, ami will cl,,e November
loth, l7ii. All the union ot the world
and all the nates and territories of the Fit
3n are particiMiting in this wonderlu! d
luonstration. i.iiuyn.g togcMiir the most
eolnprt hctu've e lleet'nn ot art trevu-c-.
meciiui, i . 4 1 i r, fi:tinn. scientific di-.-ove
cries, imiml.it ttiiin.' ' hicvement... itiiner
al specimen. inl auriculniriil j rod i.-tst
ezer ex'iiliited '1 ho grounds lcv it-. tt
the rxliild h;n are itii -d on th a : ol
the l'eniisyh aiiU It iilroad and nihi Hi i 4'o
aire of Fs'i'iuotint l'ark, all hiily iai
i'l'OVed slid Ollialiieitted, (.11 WLIrh ill'..'
crrcts'd the largest building ever coiisfue
trd tiieof tlie-e rnvcrin an aif.-i uf tilty
acre a d i-os itig t.'i.is O.ifj ). Ti p total
nuiiilxrof buildinir erected for tlie iur
pn of the e.vtiiMt on is near two h:in-
lied. lm in- the thirl dars iiiiincllati ly
fiW'owina the optirng of tlie exlnbttion a
mil'icii and a jua tor cf people vnite.t it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD,
THE OEEAT TRUNK LIN2
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
N the mo, illrcct: canvenlent and ecoiifini
icai way ol reaching Philadelphia and this
great Inhibition lrom all sections of the
cotictry. It trains tio and from PmUtlcl-
hu mil pas, throufltl a grand C nteLiiial
depot, which the company ln ei t ried ul
the niain entranca to the Lxhiljiiiuii
grounds h'r the aconimodation of pass. n
ii rs wt.o wi h to stop at or sure f:oni the
huiiierous large hotel contiguous lo tins
station anc luw f.xliihite.n-M c ,iiTrfiir;M-e
td tne crt-au rl value to visitors, and aflnrd
( d i x. itM.vtly by the l'eui h riaa Kail
e'jd, which isthet niy line riu.uiiii; tlunct
0 ths Octennial IniMirL-s. txrursjon
i"in will a 1-fj stip lit the l.tn ainjiiiieitt of
he I'tr'-us of llUstiuinlry, a'. Kim tatiou
on thi roa-i.
Tne rennsylvania Kaiirnad is thr fraud
et railway crc' niuanoii in tbe wor d, it
eo',tro' -even thousand inils of i.re.l'.vav,
fotmlrg e'ir.ttnuoua lines o I'Uiladelphiii,
vw v.iiV.. B iitimore, and wa-hii;c!i,i!,.,ver
which injurious day and tii;-ht cur- are
run from a.o, m. Loirs, i.oni- i le, in
iiiiuil . Indian - Cuhiuibu-. 1 A lo,
Ci-'Vf .sii I afel J-.i ie v, it'ioa. eh-.i:ge.
lt main line is U!d lte doubls-aiij third
tra.'kv ot iieav y steel rai.s Upon a deep hi u
of lirokeu aioiic hailust, hicl its Lri(J,'liii ate
ah of iroa or stMic. Its pa.s. i.er irinn
are equipped with every ki.o.m iinproe-liiL-nt
Iu,' euhiioit and bib ty, ai.d are run at
fa-te-r kpecd for greater distaiii-i then the
trjins of a'iy liiic on the con: jr. ul. 'lie
eomrany na largely increased its equip
ment Ivr U-dteniJaltravel, an 1 will be pre.
1 ared to hi'ii-1 in its owu shops, a', slort
notice iilh!c nt to fully accoinuiodate any
anyexua de'nand. 'l'lie miequa led rt
s iurces at the e'.uiiri'.iid id the enirirutiy
ol the company giiurant'e the most per fact
aci-oni'i-o I ttioii f.ir ail l' patrons during
the 4 c nt'niral Exhlhitinn.
'J'l.e iiiannilii-'-iit i:en ry for which thf
rinrivhani.i I'.iilroad i si justly ecf'bra
ted prca-nts t i the traveler over i's pi rlcet
roadway an ei.r-ehariL'in" panoiauia of
river mountain a'id I ind-.eape view ui:e
q',i!ed in America.
iheea'ing s'atiom on this line are mi-surps.-i.-d.
Iea: wii: be f urti'al.sd at suit
ah'.e hours and an p!e t.ine allowed lor in
jovir.g tl pr.i.
Lxi ur-lon ti. ket,, at reduce ! rates, will
be sold at ail Hie j-rlneipul railroad ticket
otlhes in ihe West, Northwest and South-
lie sure that your ticket re sl vis the
Great Peiiii.sylsaula route to th i Centen
nial. FilANK THO.MuN, I). M. lit) VI), dr..
Gen. Manager. Geu. Pasa'r Agl
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE!
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
I I he ;rnu, tl
Which has stood
tbo test of 40
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it willnotCuro.no
Ache, no Pain, that Afflicts tho iiu.
man body, or tho body ofallorso
o.-5 -P0,1? estip animal, that
does not yield to its magio touch.
A bottlo costinij 25c, 60c. or 81
has often saved tho lifo of a Human
Being and Restored to Lifo und
Horse.00"3 Many a Vttluabl
Junction of Broadway, 7tb Avenue and
NEW YORK CITY,
Three Itlocka w-t 01 (iran j Central Depot
iiar ths Elevated Kallrosd. and but twen
ty miuute from w all (street. All u oiiern
iiuprnveiuents. Kite $1 per day. Lib.
eral term tofaiualU.
nt iV?UlL:?- X-sWsAKD. Proprietor
)f llalsvan House, Alnaiiv, N. T., an
C.iKudon Hotel, &arato-. ' 7-7.d;iiu.
Mow To Hnhf Moiie.v.
We will stale tlutllic sun si, l.esl and
speediest wsy lo niiilitplv snd inc cae"
! lo call at No. 11 Wall sniit, Nitv Vol I,,
and consult villi Alex I e . I li ; nj le m k Co.
Th -se n.-i.tleiiii-.i, whfiliav.i long hei n
hlcidillci vvitli Hie hi-to.v and iill lis 'I
nil a i ret f . are iiim-ially'sKilled in in. lie-tan-all
us, at.d in every thin up i it sin ng
to s ui.ilioii, a e I Xeelled Inr at.illtv
and p.oili- cii. y. U ln:i. t.l-o he said th il
id the many lb -o'er ill lint eil tlnyiiie
lint only ll:e l,l st po,tiur. I tit us Ihe
most ne ccssiMi, t p.itri.inz d, and m ist
widely klitiwn in or near ihe vicinitv el
V all Street
Aieoi.' th i-l niiers rd the hoimp of
AI.'T Fio!iinvli:iin A o , arc sotim ,i cur
lemliiii; an I rcprr. native eiticii-, who
sre mainly in I. bte.l to the labors of this
111 in lor 1 1 1 : i s 1 1 o t;.( Wi n!ih tlicy now en joy.
Durinr t'l i lang mid suciesdul exjier
h n-e ol Missis. A I xk I lolliiiiulniin Ai i (,.,
ill till ci' 1 !ir have e.u tied t,,r I liciiiselv i s
an rim1 ie rcpi.taliun lor le nt ty, Inta
l ily an I failh. and ( i.jiy a l-tisiness uliiiosl
col i-sal in is proport'o-s. .l(t, ihe
auiniiiitnl If isino-s ihini l,v t!iihoii-c in
llic eouc of a ie;ir h Kiin.'lliing wonder
fu", in.il oJIl-ii iomis th-: siiidf.'i .it cotj..
inenl. It m i .1- l.nt a v to ',. n sp.ici. ii.
ttli i s u vai s'.rei 1 to prove lii.'tiuih o
tlie i.hove it il. nil lit.
Mow they iie.iu;c to c .i,cit s;.i in sj-jti
fJI to sjln. s-ll till s-n. and en. s a
s. eii t which tiny alone run explain: .hut
lli.it t a. y slice eii in o. ing o i- a l e t ' t o
w'ed knew a l admit ol .1, nl.t II vmi
vvou'd sale y Mid pioti'.a'.lv i.vist v'our
money, .1.) lot he-itnle ti livor I'fs'iinn
with J our ea-h and eonti h nee. 'Ilnll.v so
!"iii(.' yon ilre:'p an titmdaiit miaul,
lie t X i r . n ! tn.iiisriula .1 nr l,eM
citizens nticst. 'I lie necessity ol taking
such a curse in : ;ee limes id t uterine
bank mid tinam-i I s'rliicen.-y must t 1. j.
parent to the In i-t in.'.iUcreiit and careless
ohsf rv er.
Mes-r.- .l x l-'jothiiihiiii .V '.., are
pleiart. to invc t inonry to any mi on: t in
ihein-st se.'iii iti , and ia eveiy traniae.
tion in rel irhlliey ina l e engal-ed I'liar
Hiitee en ire sat.s'aeii in to ilio-e who honor
thein ith their pat onr.g,-.
J tT'Seiid ..r their f xnl i-iatoty Circular
and Weekly IJepor'. which they nniil free
to all who d' sue t ' e!n. from A. )'. Je
c'i,".,'. Anril t-i is";. T-s-p dllni
i:. I, tiiiiilicl i niltci- Vlriei,r Iron
h is nevel hi'i ii krovvn to iuil in the cure of
w cal.ni s-, attended w i'h m tiii toins : indis
position to i xe; tion, loss bi' ui.'inniy, .lirti
euhy o( liica'bia.', genera v.ciknes-,' l.oir-.r
d disease, weak, n.-i v ..lis ireitiMii g. dread
fill l orrerof d-a li, niirh: s-.vent. copl feel,
weakness, . inoi ol v i. n, languor, ni.i
Veissl iis-Lnde ol the imiscil'hl' sv t. In,
euoi moils appe.i-.- w.tti dys jri ,;m,.
loin-, h d lull I-, li ehit ;.' ol th-1 l.oiv, dt i
lies of i,c skin, pallid riiimlMii ..n I
eruption en the face, ptililj in:.- I lie blood,
pain in lie la- k, lieavlniss ,t I l.e cy t lids,
frequi lit Ij.u-k sj on tiling lcfo:e tlie i yes
i i n tt'i p n a. v siilli-ion and loss ;f sin'ht, j
wait ol alien i n, it-. I hese sv inpi'.ins
.ill a.'ise from n vv e.ik III s, and to r. llisdy
that, use V.. V. Kin.kel-s Killer Wine tf
Ii-a. It never fail. 'Mm s;io l kre now
etjoving loalth vho liave u-ed it. 'Jako
only V.. V KuukcTs.
Mevvaiv of ci uii'erf it. ar.d hixi in;il
tions A K'llikei's Hitter U Hie of I on is
so well kno vn all over i!io country, dring
cist th. ins. lies make n imitation an 1 uy
to n I1 it oil to the'r cust"intrs, when :h. V
eH 1 r h'linkel's Hitter Wine nt Iron,
Kimk" 's liifer V ine of Iron is put up
ou'y in il hottles, and has a i-liow wrapper
liic. lv put on the on siiie'wilh the pro
ll'K t'.l's ph' teirrspli on tli wrafpur ot
ea. il b t ic Aiviav look for Ihe photo
trajib on 1 he eut-i if, and you will always
be sure to g-t tin- cenuine. One dollar pel
bottle, or six fur ?.'.. Sol 1 by drua'ls s and
calers e verv lo rn
Al.b WnUMs llF.VOVKIl AI.1VK.
K. . hiitikel' Worm Syrup never t'
odes'r.iy I'm Seat and Moina. h Wot ms.
I'r. Kuiikcl, the un y sncccsslul physician
who i.nioM Tape Worm Iu two h'lir
a ive, ni'.U h ol. and no fVe unt'l removed,
O'lnnniii sens., tra.-lies that il I'ape Worm
be it mov ed, a 1 o' In r w onus can h re.liiy
de-troved. S. i .l o,r i ircuiar to Pr. Ki.i.
kel, N'. ':.": North Ninth strei t. I'hiladi-I-Jil.ln,
l'.i.. or call on your di ugg t and ask
f.r a botn.j of hunk. I's Vv onu Mitin.
1'rhe, 81.W. It never la'l-. I
Ill Hi" I list 1 ict (fiirt of llm t'liihd "-tales . I.n I lie
son-I.e-ii I 1 -t r let i.f I incus, I I luuklllitey,
In i he m il', r of M .. I.arl l.'-ilhrvii .V Pi rimrd
Wnl, hii. krnpH.
.'..,li.-. i-. h. 1, t,y i.-,v 11 l!i it tt pet. I em La, l. en
lil.d 111 .ai I eoi.rl l,v i. .V 1, li.il lie.lhron and
ilt r. ar 1 w . il ol 1 sin, in toe cimty r AU-a-:iii'l.
1 , in said oi-irict, u'y ilis-lsirisf lnklu.t
t;ti ler 10. re I . em, -:iva ol 1 r. ti 2nd, l,T,
ho a 'lo. I.invc m ! e rliil'-ili' lhtn.,1, fii.mall
In. r .li-!. I, hi. I oln. ti la'.nis 1 1 a I ile lllnler said
a. I, an I licit the ,;th .lay ,f ielol-r, l-Tn. at
e.ein u'eiock a. 111 , is iiss.iie.l r the l.earii.i;
ol Ihe pniiie hy Ihi" n, l ei.tirt. nt 'l.el'iiited
'i.ie. I i.iirl 1. -..in ill the eny i.f spi ni(;liel. .
when Licl win ie all enU t. ils ..f mid liaiikniot
and all other - rs ns 111 interest, may i ltei.,1 und
show mm -. 'I a. iv th. v have, why the iruvercf
sui.l enlH.ii. l..,n!. 1,1.1 Le (iriiM .1
l.l.'J. I'. P.l 'A l.S, eleik
Mli-g.ir A l.;,oi"tun. at.orm v . ..r 1 rl.lioi.ers.
linte l sj.r.nf.'tlel.l III , s,- t". j , . i. Is;.,
Wiiki'.sa. .h.lni It. liol!!.. aud Itaehel .1.
rhilh hM w iie, hy their ceit.iiu sale luoit
Kage, nn nte! ui.d delivend to ihe inideraii.ed
on thy iLM "Uy of April, A 1., s;.., oid, .,r
Ihe .nrH,.e i. seeur n u eeita.ii .ioiiiisn,i y
Hole therein iiieiitioiiel, luorlKajrc to Ihe Uhdi r
als'iiitl Ihe lollovviinf ilct'i 1 Iuil pumiies, i
vut: I he undivided one-hull of l.jt tiiul-iid
two (.'. 111 hh.ek liiiliiUred three f, 111 i,e
ily d C;iip, l luioiri ; und whereas dslslill ia
hern made iu Hie pnym. iit ot smd noli-; now ,
theielme, in purstiai ce ef Ihe autliorily con
ferred hv sui.l sttle rni.itdai.-i-, I will sell ihe
hhovs" d. -enhed premi-es, nt .uhlie, vendue, .i
the hiiied Inddei. f .rc:i-h in liand. at thr Wr
of the e.eirt hnu-e, in 1 mi'., I llmois, on Sulur
day, UcloUr -th, A. !., Is"... at the ro.nr of g
o'. hick, p. ni , ol laid duj , said sale to he with
Al.r HUi It S AFKOItl), MoiIltiis'-
I.KKI.N A OII.ISKi: I . Attorotys.
fsl'l I A I. Ml I ( H.
Mothers I'ansecaii- le aUli for II. eircl.il
drea and ret for thcni-clvcs ,y the us; of Caa
tota. (rt-ifeet siihstilnte foi ( ustor Oil. It i
uhsehihdy lianii!es. and is us ilea.iaiit to take
as honey. Ir'or WinJ-Cullic aonr atoinaeh,
worm, or coustipalion, tor yonnic or old, there
IH nolhiiii; 111 existence like it. It Is certain, il
is -peed) , il ia el.eap
Caked Breasts, hliiimaiioin, cia-
eia, swellinifs, rirains, stiff joint, burns
ec aids, polsoiioin hilts, and all tloh. hone and
muscle ailments, cun be ahsoliitely cured by the
Centaur liniment. What Ihe White I.iiiimeat
la I'm-the human family, ths Yellow l.inimsnt
i for hp..v ined k,iIvI and In me Imrne and snl-
SIXTn STREET, Between OniO
LEVEK AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures his own Horas Shoes and
cava AssursQood Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED
(!- m day r,arKntsS sslos oar W,
sC2sJ K Au.sr prills. iOO a uoiTifl
'lm0 iri. Jut AwC' lis. SM- iuU. its
(0F7ICS Cls rAHLOE)
(Until you have teen and fried our rrw)
(A3 WE GUARANTEE FOR IT)
(fsTlEct cmlaruca ol reel mi Gaa.)
lime cr 10 sect crciciu,)
( rirst-Eate Draa win entire cairal tl lit nn,)
(GITIG A VERY STROG
AND IMFORW IIEAT.)
Ami tli eonstrocUonorihe SUirets so slmpl that
ll. parts whlcliarapwsi to liiO-i.ss beat can
' saalW aii.l quickly lejilaosrt at a siuaJI est lr
llimos( I ispxprw-ncl i-rson. W s kiq Uicrs-r-re
ennS-VPDt that tly flEADMOHT U
(t asifualltxl la li SKeclaJ (mints jf
(Croat Heating Capacity,)
(Economy in Price.)
Tor rrU-s LLts address
mm murACTMs coitrr,
612, 614, 616 4 618 N.Miii Street.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
C. W. HENDERSON.
"-S-wsl a'rn w
TO CV TTTJ
A Curious Good Thing
T hht rciirt In ei'lf tMoi, ;
IT lit SJS A LI.
tiii'lliii; a;tis Inrtti) furus,
.jil.ilu, l.iri.1 1 litr,
sX'israi, sis. ssi.rnas.kil.ns.
Ilrssilavetse I l,r. I ,mihs Hrarl Dlsnw.
1'nls.s its . sle. v- rs. uisal fclssuserls. siT
Xisr..- hii.I ut-t is, siur-sS OoH Tsir
t1.l I 1 1 s s KKil I sslltr. lle,.
Mil io:iri" JiftBiim.
Is mui. it. ,.' si ill ,
1 ' iiriirwuii.U. C'ursa tr
- ... . . j ,rl r aiaj.strb luiiiissll-
si. , I. I,ir- irv.m !. s, :. in ,. 1, t,ittM.lr vt Mai,.
I.u ai.d LOioi.s j. is i.t,.
I s. I. W. s-atB. hu 1.:
I tal. .;.a,iir. iu ts,tl'i,:v ihi.t II, In an' Au
I'a I lias ruied n e. n a 1 10 aid eft., lual r, ul la
ilol , and. In a Uil.i ii 1u .1t I. a. ixru.a'iralir
nr d 111 01 4 I rfld arli 11 it tl.sli.rr, Llih I,..
ul'ierted n:s t- ei..(1i i.i I ,i. i,s aitatas', and. a
. nae juei.i. I am ii. tnjoin. U ti..-L ealtU thau
1 !." 1. r t. hr lea
Kesps. tfi.t'v r.-nrs,
j..si .ni it . i ni'itsTov.
A!-tai.f I'eat icsstei I 11,,-tlil an. o.
.I. 1 le.ri.t. n i. II s ie , ii 1 1 - ,:niniwlrr i t
Ml I urii.iL , hecitnsnt 111 II, e s llttl f Im I uulsdrr
I'l ie . V ill asr.l I f nit,' list !i n-s"ists 1u lir.t
kieptbel.'i. h.le1f.. I. ...-k e. .iilal III lis llinrli sslustlw
iiilvrn.aiiuu u.iut i'ii i,u.i.;tijl i ni.tii.
Dr. D. W. FaircMliI, Frcp., Cinoiacali, 0.
Tluall HOLM A S B FEVKK
AMI M.l E AND
I E AND I.IVtii PA lis. that bass alu..d
thi- Kssl l..r yeurs, with a estlei.al rsputaliuu fi r
th-ir sm.arv. Alia, I's-iSU eul'Nllar KlTtli
AMI IMITATIU tr cluoisr rmplrna, and Hbdsr
other names, hum. ar. a deadly noiseu, elh.rs n
I'ltter tliaoso nuuru saw-du.l. Til at Akl BAeiu
I1A I Ph j .jttii up lo ssll on tb reButatisa bf the
'-nui.ie. hly NOSE HIT II. t. II A KM, UK A HI. Ml
1I1M IK'Tl RIt AND hlOK ATTHa lU.r.tf asrtd-in-
UisaLCblutueui sud IbiS'jsUIuu.
37 Conrl Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A r-fulsrlf rj . tM 4 lmkl-r quaHfWI .kTskUi (! Iks)
l'.-t -)ucasfal, his i tiU-: Will irtitr
Cnree all forms of PRIVATE.
CHRONIC aud SEXUAL DlSi
i tlit rruii f :f t.ua- tu vil-'. -
lurvr Tr. or eiiiirr an , . .iij4iK .bn ,! tb Utl
k liSjtrt U yt ift'l-tlrti, Fciitifiai ii4s-s, ( Slhl sail).
suV'ua iff slitmnii) hiiitti Of hild, li trti Wri.f. fht.
tH ftl li aT. riWrUlM tav, trsviak bssMl ol fSiH,
I atifuooa uf Mi al. laa f r-na f.r. kc, ia Uriisj
uarria. iBillru'ri-r wr ii'ira-, ! v , a' iiMii-i;uis mmx ss-rma-
ur we .ine.', . , , ... lli.iM..i,blf sad s-im-
, ltrliKursX, Orwfsilitk, Rtib.at, vg fci.t-Usj-,
tVlis aiaiTUser pnvatf rliasyasaa ukalff rursl.
Il U Ill-li1rul itiat tatsisdcian altnii afrilat-s)j'r4
ta i ta-ruii eists r de-tfA-, atil trtraiing !Iiam&sM sauii.
il. a-nirr-i skmi aktll. pi tai--aus itif tvt wiiasv,
ra wSbbasMi-l piatia t mt car. Whan M U iijrsiaiut U
i i lar ai(T fr trcatM-ot. if. nm ( vai rif atari v
it) arlt by bhmII ar ax pram aftaii-s.
Car GaarntB(l ia all Cm
t oua.jiiatuiui LenrauBaNr lv Irlterr fra an! luvitosi,
:Uafs feaisoaaliU; !! cvrrriii Jtac atrtvlt ttrsuKaVbUas,
A PRIVATE COUNSELOR
Of riOO iaf, ! W an) adirsa. arrtualr raLM, lur tsalMV
iat, uuiM. febuu4 la road bw IL Addrfai -
O-lloa fWura frouff A- At. Wa f - II. SwlsVV 4 I. IsV
t. BOHAItW AN
Mrrige lui lliu4ritJ
IrotuJite I4'h(i4r. th.ti
uititivr (Msauia ki-ow i-n ,
UUTtll1l. Mauiiatft-. tlta
JUkCisUlima ol Iti
all kin of Diseases. .
ih hnndnia l Tluabl rrtnutu
who al.uulci aiarrr Jl iiiinrilinian't U marriai. Ihrir n-
turasjjud rurf.Triaison all liiattara, lulit Kplamtng their
Uiaea. cyniituina and ittraii Iu cuta : (ill thal rrtUf
a ientiflf urk uffht kind rr pub.lihrd, mm1 ia uiiiitM
iu cwff faaiMMi. Ae nt i-urr!y a-altd on rmip ot AU 3i
Adilrraa, Dr. C- A. H.ua. 1 hoxltt - tmtwk
bi. etouia. Uk. i4Usb.ai.c4iu 1W.
DISPENSARY .vf EifitSX'
Thirls rr.isespeo'enra In ill. almam Vt U.XU.l ana
rBIMIrl. A Plalolostcai Vi.sr of aiarri... a
Xp i ill X"hc,n'"'dsiid II.'.m ta.ntemul.il.
Pi' y marlM., oa ths myMrnravr siprwlun?
assMaSaaasaSsr ai.st Ih. smi. ii.Umiuo.soI o..n.,
nsnhou auJ wuniantiuod An illuMraStsI buuk ..HSiinaes.
I,r pin. 10 ieaUi.(, aliirhshuuiiWiiyllualsl liH.Vau4
Ley. St.-nl un.h r -ai t r ll ci.
i PIV ATK MEDIC AX. TBCATI8I sa sll disease,
of a Pi iy.ub Nalur U Uih .. ., Hi. abus . a.4 !.
oiiler. ol lli. sexual sjMn, an the uirausuii;uj.,lJIaac.
,tl eiiyravlig;.. S.-nl UllU.SMal lurfcl. lis.
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