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CYRUS S. ODERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
I or Prrjidclit.
SAMUEL J. TILEEN.
r w YorV.
l or V.re-Pre;nl.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
I'KKIIII VIIAI. I.I.M lOHKt
Win. J. ALLEN. rf .l.-x-kion r , ii'iu .
Wm F COOLBUAOH, i f !;' oiiy.
II V nlKTItli'T,
lat Dts't-Thomaa Hoyno.
'.d " -S. S. Hajrea.
r.d " Arno Vosa,
4th ". Thoa. B. Coulter.
th W.C. Green,
. ' ta " -James B. Eckels.
Uh " '- Geo. B. Martin.
th " -C. W. Bollock,
th " -L.W, Jataea.
. kh " J. W. Davidson,
nth " -W. E. Ewiog,
mh " -Charier A Kfyea,
Wth " -0. A. Roberta.
Mta " -O- B. Fiokllu.
l'.th " -R. N.Biahop,
Itlth " J.J. Phillips.
17th " -C. A. Walker.
isth " --J. P. Johnson
lHh " - J.M Creta.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
of Kendall county.
ARCHIBALD A. GLENN,
of Hrotrn county.
For Secretary of Elate ,
fl. Y. THORNTON,
For Stale Trtjiurer.
of Clinton county.
for Attorney ticneial.
cf Logan county .
Congressional District Ticket.
of Itandolph county .
hut Mm.Wi State lUard of I".qujl.jii,.ii.
OLIVER P. HILL.
of t'nioi) county.
Se atorial District Ticket.
Vat Slate SMistor iftirili ldtvirt.
e-f I'liiiin comity.
I ox Kfi!iitat!ve in the Leii-Iamr - -KIit'L
FRANK M AQNEW,
T .laVtn rnitnty.
JOHN H. OBERLY
Wbli mtti'h may he aioouiiHlied ly
tin uitilhoiU, it uiijht tnrourisedt'luIve
r i :tlon$ If 1 withhold litre the cxpte
ion of my ciuivhflon that no reform of the
.i"v!i rvi-e in thtu country will h com
iilei .tad pcrmNnect until its hicf ni-t'i-trjre
i conti:ntIciaUy di'ualltled lor re
election; exi'erieci-e h.iviu; repeatsdiy
cpotJ the futility ofK-lf-impnsed restrle.
tioni by eanditiatp or iuouinbents.
'l'Uroush this solcumity only can be he ef
fectually delivered from hit greati't teuipta
ilou to lulsne the jHiwer nod patronage
with which the Kxecutive is necessarily
liai jfed. tFiom ,nmuel .1. Tilden's letter
The nobler iiioUrca of huuiauity concur
wilhtbeunterial interests of all in requir
iag that every obstacle be removed to a
complete and durable reconciliation be-
s tween kiii'lr:d population onee unuatur
iUy et runted ,on the basis recognized by
the St. LeuU pltfoim, of the "constitutiou
ot the I'uitcJ States, witlTitN amendments
iiDiveraally accepted as a final nettlement
of tlte controveraiea which engendered civil
war." Bat, In aid of a result so benefieient,
lue moral influence of ever; good citizen, as
wed a every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their ju.t equality before the law, butlike
wle to establish a eor Jlul fraternity and
goodwill anion cit'zf-n. whttteer there
r see or color, who arc now united In the
one destiuj of a common fclf-governinent.
II the duty shall be aligned to me, I should
not fall to exercise the power with which
the laws and t&e constitution of our coun
try clothe iu chief nia-'Wtrate. to protect all
its citizens, w hatever their former condi
tion, In every political and nersonul rtaht.
I From Samuel J. Tilden'n letter cfaccep-
IIV denounce llu lusumjtion chtute
the art c 1875, ami we here dc
itand iUrejieaKX'ttwmtl Penioratic
Scc ichtn tUt fniiU of ,'iuhntrt are
gathered far the use of the toilm, that
they art not wasted ly the jjr-1t'yaey
fraud or peculation of your public
Tub State Rtgitter declares that fehtlby
M. Cullom was a member of the Know
Nothing order aa lonjj as that order ex.
UUd. kai lltiit LU drat iotroducllou to
public life was Li nomination by that
order for the state leglalutrtre.
lion. Wm. Uartzell. Democratic can
lldate lor coupes, arrived in town on
Itiesday. lie propose CHUvasinj: this
. ounty hi the lnti-rei of Mormwu.d
Aud tit? JlemU raijfbt have addet ihat
In this Instance thee Irdete's are l n-ti'-al.
Wa hiive ror vvUh tirst number t
i iheiialin" t'ttunty Ti'hui. an Iiidcjiend
i nt greenback paper, jublidied at JUr
risbnrj: Itj ihut ctunty. It it very
trexlltable Jooklnjc lit at, edited by Messrs
Ilinon& darner. Tin pajw i a IV.
tT t 'ooj.'r paper and ii working to chi t
Jlayti, every vote for Cooper, being
aubtltiitloiialty oi.e lor Hayei. Kirutn.
l!ly, w wish the young ucn gtieet.-,
MR. lltHIZFI.I. CAIatO
Aii nrtirle In thr- .lai'kson Cnmity Km-
t!i;oiiit of hut week conwrnlnfr Mr.
Il.irtoll nntl the t.tilro appropriation Is t
tisum ot lalnliood from beginning to
cn1. The mmhhtinmd pnpt-r aserts
"the ( uiro pimple will refine to vote for
'Mr. Jliii tzi ll lx ratiie he failed to aecom-
plisti nnyl tii ir to relieve their ilivadtully
distressed roiit'liiioii." Here arc two
falsehood hi twiee Uiat many line.
'Ilio Cairo 1 vmoerat will not rrtino to
support Mr. llartzell, nnd many ''r
KepnbHeRin. who would have supported
an honest alid capHldf candidate of their
own party, w ill vote lor Mr. Ilnrtzcll In
prdereneo to Col. Wiley. 'Keoausu he
failed to accomplish any tiling to relieve
their dreadfully distressed condition."
Mr. llarlzell d'ui all that it was possible
for any man to have done under the cir-
eumstanees. and the people of ibis city
npprwiiite and are grateful forJiis efforts
in bchall ot their appropriation. .em
all' the appropriations ir. the river ami
harbor bill were cut down largely from
their original tipiirc and the amount
asked for Cairo shared the common late.
"Win n lr reached the- senate, Ogleshy,
'upon n simple motion, raiied the amount
'ten thou'snd dollar, making the apt.ro
prlallon thirty thousand dollur3. Hart
zell worked seven months and got twenty
'Iheuwitid and In tiv minute time.
lestvr not thirty thousand dol
lar." It the .'.. we are eom
rwllp.l to i.t.rtvl.ite tins title
of th" much-named J ioki-on county pa-j
per; hie I too short to r.iwii it out
were aiaiuiutcd with the Inside history
of Mr. Oglesby's Interest in the Cairo ap
propriation. It would not give the sena
ator credit for the disinterested advocacy
of the measure it is now Inclined to ac
cord him and hi seemingly unpremedi
tated motion to increase the sum from
twenty to thirty thousand dollar. "Tha
thinking people ot Cairo will vote for
'Col. Ben Wiley for procrastination is the
'thief of time, and they know It." We be
lieve they do, but we are reasonably cer
tain that their knowledge of tho adsge
will not iuflueDce them to vote fur Col.
Wiley or to fail to vote for Mr. Ilartzelb
whose majority in Cairo three weeks
from next Tues day, will cooped that of
two year' ago.
lion iivir.N wnii,D Aiwrii.
.Some" of the oiiposltion are foolish
enough to circulate a report In the coun
try preciners, that Mr. Jlen.Sams the Ke
ptiDlican candidate tor SIseritT of Uiia
;ouH?y, i h foreigner. Supposing he
w as a foreigner U It a crime lor a man to
lie born In a foreign land. For shame
gentleman ! Away with such sentiments.
Thus the Republican paper ot Jackaon
County, theiw-o-?'oi;ji. "Supposing
'he was a foreigner is It a crime for a man
to be born in a loreign land':" The Era.
lUiiio'tt'ian may find an answer to Its
question iu a recent letter of Gov. Hayes,
its candidate lor the presidency. Having
Ik en made au honorary member of the
Atnerlcin Alliance and nominated by the
order lor president, Oov. llayt ac-
... .-.. -w.. .. ib.iici aiujj M It ll ull eX-
pieKslon of thanks for the high apprecia
tion ot himself and of hi trust that he
might prove worthy o( the com! lenee
reposed in htm. 1 he oitjeet for which
the ordor is organized i stated in ar
ticle three ot the constitution to be "the
malntainnnce of American principles as
'follows : An amendment to tlie natural!-
zationlaws llniUing the sujTrage to periuns
''jorn in Mft couuiry, or o f American jmr-
lenU; the election ot American born eiti
';?! only to offieinl poiitiont in ra corn
lt, y.'' It will be aeon that if the question
is it a crime lor a man to be born in a
loreign la nd?"' were addressed to Uuih-
ford B. Have, he would answer: "It i
not a 'crime, but a man -born in a
foreign country should be constitutlon
'ally "lebarred from voting, and
Mrom holding any ofllcial position
'In the United States." This is
the Republican view ot the question as
defined by Mr. Haye, 1'epublieiui candi
date for president. Recording to It, Mr.
Sam?, it he is a foreigner, has no right to
be a candidate for sheriff of Jackson
county. Mr. Tildeu'a answer to the
question, and the answer ol every true
Democrat in the country would be: "If Mr
'Sams lit properly qualihed loreign-born
citizen of the United States ; if he is an
honest man and competent to perioral
the duties ot the oftlce, ho bag the same
right to be a candidtite as the man whose
'ancestors came over in the May IC lower."
At the meeting of the Grand Lodge of
Odd Fellows at Jacksonville, the follow
lug olUcers lor the eusuiug year were
elected: Most worthy grand master,
Amo Henderson, of Jacksonville; most
worthy deputy grand master, Michael
I'igott, ol Qulney ; most worthy grand
warden. A. tr.
most worthy trr'and secretary. V r v'
on, ol Peom; most worthy o-rand
treasurer, A. S. Barry, of Alton; grand
representative to grand lodge, John II.
rw i f .
vueny oi iairo.
Wuts rogues tail out. honest men act
their llULf. The IU'tmbllcana oi rho
Fotirth congressional ttlstrtct bf Illinois,
now represented by Gen. Ilnrlbut, have
had a family uutrrcl. and have two
candidates In tin field, Gen. JIurlbut and
Mr. v uimm Latbrop of Eo koad. The
Democratio candidate is Gen.
worth, and the probabllltlea are that ho
wm oe elected to the house In place of
A Ki.-l AluV Ol'lhC Moldira tJt sLr.M..
IlliiioU l to be held t JlarrUburg on the
1 Kill tnr C.l iiAM ., .
" '""wn m inn into war jiving
In Terry. Franklin, Jackson, Union. Law
renoe, Alexander, JefTersou, Hamilton,
W tiha-di, Kdwards, Gallatin, Wayne, ITU
liaruson, Whit and other counties w ill tie
T rttt-nt in largo numbers. ' Ge. Logan,
Ao'J.'on and GrlersaiiwUl address their
former couipauloiu in arut.
KlaBOhair. iirnarnilAMi r.tv i,,.ki...
exerclies on tlte lolng Jay of the ureat
ra.uiiaiu'11 Bia U(iwr uing lnit (J tlu
- - - '
Mntmt is rntr nmm nl the rjiji
KaiMtaitlOM.-.H nHMHhatli HlKSlI
h Ptsntf Itssla .-,-Tltf rr.
twrHnle liata!r. te. r.
I'm Ltti cut , th-t. l. wr.
I'KSXSVI.VAXU'" lV. i
The centennial bns Ih-cii written about
o much that one can hardly pick up a
paper but what the "centennial" meet
his gaze; but the 'Jsith ol S?ptembe.t was
a day of so much imta at the great expo
sition, and one that will probably never
le equaled hi polnt.of multitudes, splen
dor, etc., that we etinuot toi'tieur writing
about it. Massachusetts, New York and
other states had had separate days set
apart for the visiting thousands to hear
and e the exposition, and at the same
lime sec the "Wis bugs" of their own
stale, and as the thing was a success, tbe
"powers that 1" set apart Thurday,the
2sth of September for Pennsylvania'
day ; ami that it was a success cannot lo
doubted. Vour correspondent arrived
AT TUK VROl'MiS
altout 10 a. m., and even at that time a
perfect stream ol people were In.and pour
ing in the grounds. It was no day for
studying the centennial, lor the crowd
was tearful in all the buildings. One had
to go right ahead it lie came within
reach of tho mighty tidea going into the
buildings. We went immedi ttely to the
lower end ol the main building, and saw
the great Hook and Hasting" organs,
which Is a model of beauty and tone-
Escaping from the multitude, we went
into France, when we. saw beautiful
models of bridges, light-homes, etc.
From there we pierced the annex to me
morial hall. Here the crowd was simply
a ui.'. As we were swept along we ob
tained glimpses of many fine pictures,
but we cannot mention any in particular.
We next went through tbe Pennsylvania
This building will interest nil school
teachers. All around were specimen) of
writing, examinations, maps and books
for the blind, and very line sewing by
the blind, desks, gloves and everything
pertaining to school life. By this time
our inner man was crying lustily, and
lil aYLTTE HV.8I Al'RANT,
We had the luck to secure a table, and
were soon served with a fin dinner
and a line price for the came. After the
meal we went over to the Pennsylvania
state building, where tho governor held
his reception. Tlie First regiment, com
pany D, acted as his escort, and a tine
looking set of men they were. A perfect
mats of persons were around the build
lug, and it was linposniMe to enter and
shake hands with the governor unless
one waited for about an hour, so we
took our leave. We passed to KowelPt
newspaper building, and looked over a
fU-i.Lrrm of the 24th. Anybody that
wants to hear all the news from home,
can go there and receive any papt-r he
ak lor, and aftrr reading it Is required
to hand it back. It is vi rv convenient
and lit thrunsel all the while W then
Vihliing a few of the many importint ex.
hlhlt. Pop.eoni balls are still the rage,
and coming by iu stand we rnought
that iM-rbaps we might get a ball, but a
glance at the crowd wan sunk-lent to
Oeter all enorts In that direction. Tin
balls are made light there, the corn
being possessed mixed with the
sugar ar.d preyed Into a ball all
In plain sight, and are sold as fast as they
can be made. Passing along we became
conscious that something had occurred
and looking around we saw the great
'orliss engine had Mopped, as it was live
o'clock, and of cour.e all of thu other ma
chinery had to bend to the will of the
monster, and stop at the same time. It
occurred to me about thla time that we
were again i.enr the Lafayette," and we
made an attempt to get something to eat,
but It was a futile one, so after waiting
over ball an hour we gave it up as a bad
job and passed to a lunch counter, w here,
after being squeezed to a jelly, wo man
aged to get a few bites. From here as
It was nearly dark, we wandered around
to get a good place to view the
And finally brought up on the atepa of
tne glass warehouse, w here a very good
view could be had. We bad not been
there many minutes before there flashed
on a white back-ground (placed against
Cook'ti world ticket office) the words,
'""""' jjvisvus Yjsiuog we centen
nial on Pennsylvania!! day 221,000."
Then there went up a great hurrah, for
on New York day there had only bten
ua.wu, anu that va considered a big
thing, and when the Pennsylvanhma
saw how they bad eclipaed New York,
they felt 11U shouting. The magic lan
trn continued to give vlewe ot the build.
ng, personages, curlosiUei, etc.. the mt
oi the eirutng. However, about this
time, innumerable red, white, and blue
lights, together with green and many
other colors, began in be lighted
ooui me grounus, and the scene around
tie lake was bcautilul lo the extreme : the
fountain sparkling like an immense clut
ter of diamonds, and the water looked
like a "sea of every color" all lit up by
tbe lights, and last bnt not least, all up
ueiuioni avenue, machinery ball, New
York, and Pennsylvania state bulldlno-a.
and around the English bulldinars and the
lake, tbe lights shone npon a Dtrfect sea
of faces, lighting them up and giving
many a faneUnl expression. Soon, a sa
lute of one hundred roeketa was sent oft,
followed by some; beautiful star shower.
Abont this time a pie was apf off, rer-
resenting v aahlngton'a fare but owing
to some misfortune It did not bow welt.
Caldum lights, and lights banging from
wane to an colors were next fired. hin-
hung to a balloon. A beautiful shower of
star rocket wert tlenscnt oil, and. the
light from them lit up the grounds as
light as day. Another piece was now
urea representing the American earle
standing on a shield and holding a ban.
ucr on wutcu was "welcome to all na.
tions." Another shower of rociefsfob
lowed, whlck In turn gave way to a
large piece of "square wULIn sijiurrs"
ending a in jhowi-r oi are, and eonelo Jli.g
ono id the iis. -1 pyrotechnic displays
ever given 'in this rnunlry. ' The crowd
then twgan b pour o.ut through the gates.,
and the largo calcuim ligld machinery
hall was turned lull upon tne square.
Soon, and till morning every vehicle nmt
railroad train packet!: the train
Waring your correspondent bad, four
teen ears' or over. It wa a grand day
successful in eery respect, and will for
year and years be reniciiilicrcHl by
Pennsvlvnnians as au imnenc gala day.
It was a state holiday, find many institu
tions visited the '.'rounds; anions-! them
we noticed the Girard college cadets,
the cadets ol the Home lor Soldiers. Or
phans, and others, all swelling the tolal
as the paper announced m-xt day to
between 2.VMU ami 200.000 person, ami
making in point of numbers n day that
will nrvcr be surpassed lor many jenrs,
and causing the Pennsylvania!! to feel
proud ot their good old slate.
THE LATE ELECTIONS.
Patriotic Address by the National
Democratic committee to .tne
Voters of the Country.
Wlilrb f'ontniii Mnrli Son nil All tier
Thnl tSlll bp Taken lT Vote
liinuh to Plar Tllrten it
the While IIoiivp.
Nkw Ybk. Oct. LI. The following
address ot, the recent I r-m ocr.it U ic
tones, was Issued to-day :
To Tni; From: or rut I'mud
STATrs Fttlip Cfire?n . We congratu
late you aspatriot and partakers with
us In the onnimon destiny ot American
freemen nton the results ef the Octoln-r
state elcctin. We rejoijc in the victor y
which the eople'3 ballots have bestowed
upon the 1 iends of reform in the valley
ot the Ohir, where th Republican hosts
have ha 1 overwhelming ascendency in
every presidential election sinee lid.
We reloij in tlie asiiraiie these elt-c-tlonsconvy
that your ballots will le
stow ileckive majorities to the allied
forces ol bemocrticy and Jleforin iti the
November elections throughout the
Union; bet we, rejoice not as partisans.
We rejoin with you as lellow-citlers,
and when the decision ot this week t
l.OOO.Of'O voters alon the valley of ibe
Ohio shall be
1UIIHMI NKXl M'iMII
By the riatofS.OOo.rKrti voters throughout,
the whole Keptiblie. we i-hall still rejoice,
chlelly for the n-:von that not one of its
citizens ciin mis an equal share with u.
who are Democrat', i: the political
leaee nnl govl will whieH will then nnd
tltere te etablishel among all section?,
ra-es, i-l.tss-, nnJ conditions of men.
and In the prosperity of which political
pcaee, liased on equal rights and frater
nal good -will.--1 the tlrt condition.
Upon the thrve, states of West Virginia,
Ohio, and Indiana were concentrated All
th '-iii'iiiw v. " " "'on. tdl
,f, ar tfl .l ! M...M Y
Koit-e-d Irom KxVkhi otliceholdiT4 of the
p.-uiy iii power. These wert: fentful
odd-, not ayain to Im contended against
so eoiieeiitirtfed, f..i in the Novrmbi r
election the eontot will be in very one
"l l lie llltl lj --;lll I.llr ie tlllie
day. evfithele-a. .'ialn.st ibes- odds
the Democrats ami Keformrrs of West
Virglnl'i and Iiil'uii:i havu l-en victori
ous, snd In Ohio they have all but res
cued a state hitherto deemed hopele.
and have created an aurance oi vi tory
in November; Ii it falls to our lot.
as the National Democratic committee,
to congratulate the people of the Union
upon this Victory In the firsr battle ot the
Itetorm campaign, It is only because the
Democrat Iwive been honored to be the
leaders oi tbe people in the work of
The victory won and the victory Mill to
be won will be deliverance as much to
the Republicans as to the Democrats.
The patriotic masses cf the Kepublicui
party may be thankful that the misdeeds
ol their unworthy leaders have been re
buked and arrested. The fcufTering whiles
ol tbe South may lift their heads to greet
the dawn ot a better day for them as well
as the nation at large. The colored citl
zen may share the general joy that he
w ill soon cease to bo
THE STOCK IS TRAIi:
of corrupt politicians but shall enjoy his
rightful liberties and hi equality belore
the law amid universal good will. As for
tbe Reform Democracy to whose stand
ard victory has been tied with all her
garlands on, It only remains for them to
welcome every lly, ervery friend, close
up the ranks and press on shoulder to
shoulder under the banner and with the
one watch wordKeforin. Fellow-citizens,
paao between all section, prosperity to
all our homes of these you have been
lor years deprived by the mistaken solici
tude of patriotic Republicans, played
SEIFISU ANf rOhRl'IT l.tAUP.TS.
Who have kept warm the dyiuir embers
of civil Htrila in order to escape the in
spection or the trusts which they have
betrayed. For eleyen years you have had
the name of peace, but at io time have
you hud the substance of peace. In lieu
thereof you have baa the grinding taxa
tion aud the wasteful expenditures ol
war. Just belore tveryTclectIon every
year youbuve had the preaching ol a new
trusade sgaiiwtai-ealon utterly di-lcatcd
in war and anxlomonty to he completely
reconciled in peace. For deven years t he
power ol the men who have seized aw ay
the control t,f their party from the hands
ITS VJ ATUatl S AI I OL NUJK
has been supreme hi almost every depart
ment of the federal government, liis.
carding the hopes of their domination by
beneficent public measures they hav
created and trartlnkod upon pnblle. cahtm-
I he policy they adopted has liet-n
worked out. It taiuro has I Wi ll fil.zn.
I'rte. Jn i,,,f., ot p0St performance
these same corrupt ami seiadi lenders
now profler iTomlien already broken u
their titles ,g funer tru.t. Having
protfmtd cmr manifold Industries by
'! Syyrewnfu ,,.l u-nnt n.ll . 1-
......... .... i.i.Mip
lederal taxation tiny l(,s .-i.i'm solicit
tour lontldeticc n Instruments of re
irenclunent and reform.. Having.
iirnii ciirii mi; ,., M, Ki:hk
ami having iut now in the fitce of open
day, Hse"ed (In ir tinny of nm.miti ofllee-holders-.
the people's M-rvaut pillil by
the" teople'- sje -iti order to erenff
Immeiise corruption bind to Irnstrate
the people-' will, thev now proles to be
i hiimpioits of eivil-sr rsicf relonn. Hav
ing impnsttl upon t'n- soiitln rit Mrttes the
rnpaeiiy. fraud, and plunder of carpel
bag government ; having nlmoM ruined
the prosperity of tbe north by destroying
the prosperity id the south. 'Mid having
created terror, uncertainty, uud con
fusion in nil the productUe industries of
the south which furnl-.li uot of the ex
ports oi our whole country, keep in mo
tion the commerce and niatitilaetorics
oi tne norm ami cai, ami turiilsli u
market tor the agricultural products of
the west, they now propose n renewal of
i nr. "AMr. Hiriri. roi.n v
to prolong their own power, iu flic hope
oT concealing I heir misdeeds, and for (hi
purpoic they do not hesitate to renew
the try of intolerance, to revive the
dying memories of fraternal strile, and
to appeal to the lears and prejudices of
the timid nnd ignorant.
Fellow citizens, these men mid tlnir
policies have tieen tried, and completnly
tailed. Oppressive taxation, an exhaust
ed soutli, an impoerished north, a thief
uatlug currency, the enterprise r.f
Industrious p?op)c locke.l in thi paraly
sis o lur l times such N the outcome ot
their political policy : sneh are the
IlltlK t,0Nc; si k: mm v.
Your ballots in Nov-i-mlter cun alone
dictate a change of measures and u
change of men. Slinll not tlte ui)rising
of patriotism along the valley of the Ohio
goon to a complete and beniTcial revo
lution in the fidmini-tration of the gov
ernment ot the United States? Will yon
not by the voice ot overwhelming mnjor
ity at the polls prnt hiim j our invincible
faith, nftcr all the?e year? c coirupMon
nnd passion, In the high, immortal prin
ciples of a government by the people, tor
the people, ii) simple
MONIjrV ANI STRICT l'.I IOI:l
as the supreme wisdom cf public policy,
in justice as the mother f power, and in
civil freedom n ibe hallowed uid ol a
Hue Republican nationality? Will yon
not build tip a new pro-perty lor nil the
people on the old louielat ions ot .m'T.
enn self-governmeiit, n iiei:c, reconcili
ation, nnd fraternity between till sections,
all elates, nn I nil raes embractl w it! In
our system of American common wi-nlth :
on Iniquity and economy In nil govern
ment : on the honetyvHitd purity f the
adminl-tt ntion. :.iel b.ivlng lost your
prosperity through governmcnlal niis
rulc. regain that jiro'.-j.erity through gov
ernmental reform V We commit ibis
gretit issiie to the Intelligence and con-eeic-nce
of ibe A uh ric.tit people with an
unfaltering tru-t in the wisdom and Ju'
e ol sln-ir deeisinti. '
- Hy order of the Wioria! iH-mot rttie
' "mil . . """ -
'liuit lll 'll, .
i I. Stewart I Do
HaVe (.,l, tltl ll.. ir S lii.'rr.i'l li!,.y,i-, , f,,
Wabaih Avenue and
A Largo and Well Se
lected Stock of Foreign
To Which They Invite the
Special ATTENTION! of the
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
Is lite ;rstnil lllil
LIN IMS IT T,
Which haa stood tho tost of 40
There is no sore it will not Ileal,
no Lameness it willnotCure.no
Ache, no Pain, that Afflicts the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horso
r umer jjomesuo animal, that
Joes not yield to its magic touch.
A bottlo costing 25c, 60o. or 81
has often saved the life of a Human
Being and Restored to Life and
ofulneas Many a Valuable
lo w .t-ilJtw-ly.
SIXTH STREET. Between OIIIO
JiEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
tianufactaritahis own IZorsu 8Uoaaltd
run. id i imu . i"..
'I bis v 1 1 t liiU-riiiitioiul Kxliibitlun, d
slimed to C;mmctnnratft the one litindiedtli
atinheisiity ol Annru-Rti liiiciratenee,
opened May loth, nnd will i ne November
Mill, Kit. All the nation cd the world
(Old all the 1 itci nnd feriilutles of the I'll
I. hi are pru t ici Putins In this wonderful dr.
lnon 1 1 l ion, l.tiupiex toi'rtliet- the most
eiiitirehenlve eolleellou ol art tresmtres,
liierlinnlc'il iu enton. scieiitiin- i!i-.-over-cries,
iuHiitii'itvtiiritii( ai-liievemeiiis, ininer
nl f I'lm-Miv htid 1 lonlturll i'odiictS
rzer elilliteil. I hn grounds itrvolcd t'1
the exhibition me sitinttd on the line of
tlte l'eiuivlvnii.-t l!iit-niid and etnbi j'-e 4Ml
acres of I'aliinoiitil r.trU, till h't'ldy lm
roved and orn:iiiieiitcl, on wiilcli are
erected the httgest buildings ever coiisfriie
ti'd - in i- of !hee rmcritiK on mes of titty
aires acd cos'ins .".Uiiii.n(Ki. The tntal
number of Iniddtncs erected for the pur
ioe of the evliihlton l nieir two hitn-ilt-i
d. Mnrliet tli lliirt days iiiiincdliiU Iv
loilowimr the opt n'n:; ot the evhibilion a
mil, Inn nnd :t ill;t:t'-r nf jk ole iite.l it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THE GREAT TRUNK LINE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is the inns, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol reaching l'liiladelphhi and this
icrt'at l.xlttbiiton from all sect inn of the
co'iiitt y. Its ttaitis too and from I'hiladel-
hl.i "ill t'.-t thrinitlb a grille! lilt r uial
depot, w hlcli the eom any ban erected at
the in n i ii entiittiew to the Kxhibition
uiotiiids lor the ne. niiimodalloii of putst-n-iters
who wi It t stop at or mart from the
littmemus Ijre hotels cuiitiiiotis to thia
Mutton utic tlie Kxhtbith.lt-a e-iivenlriiro
of the (rreau 1 vii.tte to M-itur-, an I all'ird-c-d
exeitis yely by !he IVoutvlvinia Kail
oiid, which is tne only litie liitini!) d.rect
o the Centennial tttihlirifs. Kxriitlon
rain w ill a Ko top nt the r.nc.iinpment of
he lvttron ot MUibatiory, at r.itu Matlmi
on thi tend.
Tlie i t-nui) Ivania ltailrd is tho ir' and
lit railway ot is'iiniatien In tbe worel. it
eo:itro!s i-even thousand luilus of roadway,
forming enntluuoiia lines to I hiladelidiin.
New York, Hiltimore, and wahiiitoD,over
which Inxnriou itay and ul'ttt cur are
run from Chicago, st. Louis, ix)iiisvi'l:, iD-
inuatt, Indiitifli'dis, coltuuhui. Kile. In,
f'lafclund and f.tie wlttious elisr.e.
Its main line in laid wltc double and third
tracks ol heavy Mcel rails Upon a deep l.co
of broken (tone halln-t. and its hridhs are
all of iron or stone. it vaeiijer trim
are puilpped with every kuo.vn Improve
mi nl for comiott aud s.fety, andaie inn at
faster s)ted forfreater distance tbtn tlie
tialusofaoy lice on tbe continent. The
entuiiy tin larely int-rea'ed it eqttip.
incut toi- ' edtciiiiial travel, arid will be pre
pared to build in its own nhopn, at short
iioth-e Millleleiit to inllv accoiiiiiiodate .-my
any extr demand, 'l'he uneiia led rv
soitt ie at tho command t ih rompany
of the company gmirardre the mint perfect
aceoinn-.o.litioos tor !l its p.-itron-dining
the l.'enteidiml Kxhibilloti.
The. lii.ieDiliceiil sectfl J' for w'Utch the
l'nri lva'uj:t Itatlroud i J justly celebra
ted pr. -e ntM to the travelerover l' pertret
rulwav an erer-chittivii"' panotatua td
river mountain and landicape view huh
ipith.'d in America.
The eytiug t-t.itir.ns nn this hue Me tiu
nii parsed. Mea's wll". be lurnUbeil at int
able botir arid aaple tiiue allowed l-.i in
) .vinir tbetn.
Kxeursioii ti'kt. at reduced iat, vlll
be fr.pl at all Ibe piltu-ipii! railroad ticket
otlb oi In lb et, Norlitvvi-Kf nnl o-.ith-w
i.t inn- ilit vour lit-kot ll via Iba
jr"al JVuiif IvauU t. ut.- I.i tb-. t niti-t,-l.ial.
I U.VN'K IHoMMiS, l M. Itiii ii, Jr.,
en. Mstiirfct. iirti. t Ahi
In tl.t lHl tl 4 AllrtOt t), I'llltnl itui., lot tlx
-niiitietii I 'inn 1, i i, iliii(,i, I.. tktiLiuptty,
So i. 2l.
In il. intn r oi M.cbati il.-di.i .n S. rriaid
Nolle m lieii-b) K'Ven tlmt a prt.tiuii I,u8 l a
tilt-il in i.ld eo irt 'T said .Micbnrt Ht.lirr.ju bd
t'i. ant Well of ( aito, in tli ounty ul Alex
uU'br, hi 8i.i l ilirtnet, sloJy deilhrt.f bar,kii.pts
umler tt,e act ol futigv" ol Mun-h ml, l-,7,
lor a iliai tmiK'e nnd f nil! (-.le thereof, front all
thrir ctthlt Hud other cluluil iroablv uuder taiU
act, n1 that Oip day ol October, I7C at
H'Vwi o'vluck a. in , I fis.iimnl lor Hi bfHrlni
of tlie Miiuc lis ibe Maul court, at flic I nilcd
-statrii Court moid in the city of Ispritiirili M,
wht aaml wlicra all creililors of mel buuki ut.ta
mi l uii utbei persons io inti'ist, iimv attend .u l
Hiaw ciin,--, 'I liny thev bsve, by Ibe prayer ol
me! x liliom fnooM r.nt be giant l
;ei. i. iinvvi:. clerk
I invur A Lanndan. atinrncvn lor u-titinin i.
Dut.d Sirunrrii-lil, III , Sept. I-, A. 1. Ir :
.Mrf saiTfe'a Haiti.
W'liEl.iAS, .fobn II. PliiliU, anl lUibel J.
I'btlli bis wile, by their certain Male luort
liuiir, eiecnle'l and delivered to tbe nndrrsiiiirisl
on (! '.'.il ilay of April, A. Ii.. lsT", dul, lor
the purpoM- oi aei-ur'tiB a eeiialn proniu.ry
note therein inililiom-1, inoniraire to tne unili-r
hiirm-il Die lolloU'inE uvscrilied oiiiiise. to
wit: The unilivirieil one-ball of tut niiinbeiet
two (2), in block numbered three A, in ihu
City ol Cairo, I llinoin ; and wbereaa deraiilt has
iieeu inane iu trie payment ol said note ; now
therelore, in piuniianc 'f Ibe aulburity con.
lerrt-il by vaiil naie mortnioe, I will ell the
above ilmi-nlx-il premises, ut public veudue, l
the InirbeHt Imtiicr, lor i s-h iu band, at the door
of the court house, io ' aim, Illinois, on tsatiir
day, October 2tn, A. I)., Ws, ut tbe hour or 2
o'clock, p. in , ofitaid Uuy, ni-l sale to te with
AI.KHKI) I! J. AFKOKIi.Moitifai.'.'e.
l.liKIA A lilLUfclM , Altorueya. d-."t
npi:s ias. iifi:N.
Mothers c inc, uie liealth for tl.i ir liil-
dien and refit for themselves liy the nsejofCaa
tora. a pfifeet aiibstitute for tutor Oil. It is
abneltttrly harmlesa, and is aa pleasant to take
a honey. For Wind-Collie Hour fctomadi,
worms or eoti-itlpation, lor youeg or old, thre
l nollilirt; iiinxistenpe like it. It I. ri rtuin.lt
is bpcitv, it l iMnup.
Caked Breasts, Klittnuilistn, acia-
cia, awellings, oinaius, atlir Joint, burns
scalds, poiaonotit bites, and all lle.h, bona and
imin le ailnienU, eau be alisolnttly curad by the
Centaur liniment. N'hal Hie White Liniment
is for the humau liuully, tbe Yellow I.hiiiuent
ii for spavined. Kiilli-J and lunic horses and aol
frt'iv l h.-c. i ii.ti..i.
Junction of Broadway, 7th Avenue and
4 3d Street, -
NEW YORK CITY.
Three Work wv-t oj siruud Central lepot
bear the Elevated Itullroud, and but tvvi-n-ty
liiitaile from Wall Street. All modeiii
improvements. Ital l pur day, Mb.
er4 terms tofMmali.
. ,"0HA8. S. I.EZ.ANO, xVoBrtntcr
or ueievaii Utiun1, Aibaui, a- I., au
tUrieinn Hotel, ''iratoja.
I I SS I II
SOLD FIRST SEASON.
Will Patent fciaits Iron Water Ura,
CSXEEHIL AS AIT OPS HUE,
And perfect Coin lunation of
CLEmra & mm is .:: cf F.si.
fcJTIf your Tiiim-r has not gut an assort
ment, fcertd the orih-r to
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
612, 614. C16 & 618 K. MiiC Sll'Ut
ST. LOUIS, MO.
C. W. HENDERSON?
'.-t-wlAsa" in w
A Curious Good Thing
Il k' urt im ,tjitM,i. ;
'i Urn i i.,f '(wi r i i.Ju
IT f I BM A I I.
I ! d Atntn roriu.
I y !' 1 wrpttf .! r,
-sarsmi It. lliftisltMft.
HtmatiM-u. I 4 wgK, MMrt aTlAsM,
fiklu In Itirfc anl tHfe-te, rW.
1 iti- anv r rsy rrsau Tr-
ft dfitliiK I f iimltrtj.
la Is. U' il. -P' live x.tULUii. Bf Lf
fti .rK-ii ut tli p -u ,ici J tlviv lievmtit-
ty , IfetklDlf ft vfu ,(. i i .f tlU .1 Jlfti
lfsa!i't 111 l'-'tll 'oll .
I ts I Alk VtILt-
I tk inktf.it in titfftlor t..,t H.Lnsi.' AU
I l turn rtirril U" . i "Ut in tiid tR. lukit t , jI Lm
.Ltt , ai1, Iu Mill D lo it t rrtttttbll
fuicjiuo ui Iv-i p J m. l i id ltr. mliUb t
uf Jf. Irrt ur l-i .Jlal I i M. It tlli. kl ; b4. fc
. '.ufrurbisV Oi l0 (wii.4 tUi b'llU ltd
ti tf.es ifui.v r-1 if
A Utli I tVttiiiatiri , t it, i tit U,
; l w-t i.t uti tt i ii 1 1... I . U (orun.in.1ir
f IbJtALii Kf .flJfbt If. tr.a (bt C. Dtsr-itll -
Pm i? Will MI.J 1 tuail i Uru J I Ugf !W tl but
ic. l tlt iii - U I t'Jl to- sk fcwIituWiliatf tbUkta Alt Lie
i r.f' Kbiib.ii !. it iLit cCi4i f u ! t, ui ati t
Dr. D. W. FairtMlil, Prop., Cincinnati, 0,
l ike rn rj ll.ii.B t.U flOLat AN'H l Vlrt
A Nil M.t K AMf LI Van pAlm, ital baia W.sl
l) Unt fur t, wilti a i,i,util rcpatatiuu f i
Hiir rrt...?, Attn IsKINU vol NTkurKll kl
ASH lMIXATEU Lf vluuty empiric, and uudti
iittmr tian.ea. Hum ar a Uradly uotai.u, otbart no
I tit-r ilio o ruuU w du.t TUIV ARC BAM
K AC bs : got ton u to on lb rrinUtiou ct tt.
Kpuliir. hl'V NOHjE Ull HoLMAS , UtAltlMI
HIH eicni KE AND I'll; S ATI ht IL.r.lr .UI4
nf diMppotniiuriu and tm j.lllou.
ice, LOUISVILLE, KVi.
A rr-iliHt- tjFuN l n4 lfa!lr tni. 4)vi.i.a n4 u
Jt Kta.-USkktff . I , ii LJ V aV t U .ll pfS)Ve.
Spermatorrhea and Iiupoteucy,
tt W.m netukt of i;r it am l: jvh. .ij mi-4ii. in-..
Utw jfni. (.rt'kf faiutrt, fct.i f rtu.,na- wu-ri rrc '
IfcWio I Sfrnoi-iiT-.. ml tii. i K i i -ii uv iio:i i im -ioti
t,r itr-niV j.mtj- o I .t.' , (i. i-.-n t Mm - ri, fin
M tllf -HI. 1114! fjt-, A '"1 .i;fl (i .Jr Hit Cl I I'll. 1 .
ObfaoMOl ttf l lrji. ya. of - r I V.r. ., r-. (1T'
fcmrri)t iiiipn-T ..-'.tJtip.T , tre U.roi-a-l iv ht, i r"j
SYPHILIS i---' ;
rlvv-T- J Gouorrhejt,
VJ1.X. JL, 1 , MTKiym. Oi.loot. Itnu... u .i uit
I'll !l,.Tru,i..,i. si, ,k i.
I. u lU. ill U..l..i,),. I.. !..' rfi. .(-- i-.lbl-M .
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nn.ia-u4 iuut t n,ff.r . ii, .. t i...i ,. .
l.il III, IIT fftr trrslmfUI. ifcr-'lLMn, cu I ..III .1It. 1,
Dd .i.r.:f by u.:lar iri.. iiT,..f.
y?r? Guaranteed in all Cuaee
li.imra ill)i Kll Mitr !. Ut li.rii..l.
liJUn ihumiuJ torn .(.u.l. u .m. iu ixuli.ui.hi.
Or?A0pe, 01 1 uy .ilr-... ."t-unlT ir4, ir liirtr
i'Wii. fu'-,H l,- 1.1 i.r an AJli. .u.,r
ft iioun fiu m. u. ut e u. buo.i.,.. ? i . e. it
TH. BOnAW WAirs
M.in.j. i.u.u. Illu.trur,
ith l uiiu-ruu.ttitfraviijifi
iiuui i, i, i, .. n .(.,.
suiiiiivnhoul.t ktuw nn
i iuniii). Slaninjj., ti,a
aud Kfti'lftiioiia vi iiir
llkln f l.i.- ."r"""..' "'
-V 7 i . ? . " iuiiiir'iiil KliiMlil rwrilili.
lui. iaa tut: '1 o.i. on ! 1,U ,. T n,,?.!,,!,,,. ,lr
K r r.Ti i "tl?.""1 e" 'l'". wd i. .......i.'.!.
DISPENSARY I "XVLtiVX;'
Thlrtji jr. art nprrirnrt in !ic Irrational i Scaual auu
Vr.HITTS' Mari1aKe f.ul4f .
A Puy.lolotrkul View bf Muri-iiu
fcr thcniarri.il anil tin, imii. miiiuiii.
inanar., u l,r myrtrrini.l f, i.ioj,,. i.
ium ana thm a..,.ni ,i,i.,,..,i.H. .:. .
li:aiilruod ami wouiaulioud An tlJ.i.lral.-d ljuuk ut li .a
lor pritat. rrulma, wliir h lWu,U UaiWuinlir luA t'tij
ktv. ' nl nmti ratal fur Io i-ta.
"I arirauiNaturalo Uili a,.a, II...U..M. a.ul .1 .
liiiKt.olll.t a. iI.;.liii, and Ihr uiian.uKurl.) 4 t
tt irk rncavuiia, arm uiukranl lu.MrU.
MEOICAI.ADVICKi.uarau.Uiul ChiunU Itlwaara,
Prmtuiil n rakuaaa, I'vlarrh, L'auuvr, ItiiUllit, lit lUy.ui.,
Il.lnl, r., 0Ouv ork ru.uud.r 1,1 ,;l All
till' books i uiilalning 4oO po;eaaiulrvrit iIiiub Hum,
ki.u ii.. uh ih autiittt. aul auuruly atiaWd ciu i .
rlpt ut MO cla. AdiirtM, Dr. BuMa' Oiipentaiy,
Uo l2N. 6thtl..tt. Uula.M.
- The Old Reliable
Boot and Shoo Maker.
Has re-orMni'd hU i sttihlUhniPnt In nlr
Vlierf inn tin foiin.l ui. . flr... ,
oik luiicf a uud. -l!, tf,